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: March 10, 1849
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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2. r.fth.' flhITtk"! and 75 liberiId h laws for the protection of thenavigation fate?*?
Tnelrly. loth* (enjoyment of the same; this Gfhera as its basiN bjr those who made the constXtuJtfonat ..tinbjjcan freedoni :has, adiscipJe>artha It. 'ests-oftKew England and ;New i'ork>_ThWikmth'hM '4

1101!' will be made. fr betnre sembly, therefore, believing'ihat'Cbngresa pos? wm nWht, bVthV wntrolln7dicrtatiof { I''yoiTshouId subjugate the Soiith .if ybii ahotild yielded ttttoi&atigatioa States ef:,
!rrAfl ahrerdem! $ mnt bIpd releri4ne seises, under the constitution,td power to pass the.-politiclctnductof! eyryrgo4 tiU'icen bbyfr6fcefcvmpel them to"sul>mit f6'yoar"arbl- ,tbeEst: and Middle sections jail her.carrying' 4
, IPtifnunIei.lI by a reg1JaT euteT, By suchVraeuaurey adopting -similar language ,loth ., Irepeatj- ir, the Union-and its perpetuitjr -.1,tiypIicusi bitten and.scaldingwill 'be theyQuiLsedoJ trade.- Those sections enjoy iit exclusively,.-. .
I rPI1i3te sulU ff17 ascertained *>rbf the legislaturejof A'irgini hereby declare ,' upon tub Inij1W1sbbuidb.tbepoiarstarufevvr7patriQt1 of*&Jrcbii IffitiAiI Bave.-selfishl feelings:influenced the South,.iar
.,ftr1Pnni the ho ; d this? -She;monopoly .oftht entire coasting-.
..dveni.en.ent.trA.lrrruVinef.tr. it as.their .opinion.l that, under cit- loojt.t ; *
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,,rf ,xpminf.a with iwi mtfk d with the notnbei cumstances.-will reople of this State be wjllirig the dissolution of this confederacy as(the' politJ J Am. .I asked, r.1.' *i-TT-i, speak.thus' trade of-,the Union given.,to the navigatififf;> '
to aa'binding i iDirektincaonord' retable to the EastandKorth States'upon:an Did jmd obsolete?principle ofJthej
becominwd anul forbid recognise anyentetmtntof. -wermoig and why 1 do not addressabnilar '
, inM.r..( ,fuireLwIIl the federal government which has.for its.ob-, the nations of the earth-of the"people of all exnortaffoa** tb-forbearance* toay* own restrictive,-policy Europe,1-Have* thei?
I mr.:7EiYe this cWtftitfefil 4i '* lojSW 3ttTI South sought' to beallowed;;; employ foreign;?
via rhirr' i ject the prohibition.of slavery in any, territory .... ,. Sub'are
ill vessels in their
for announcefrtndi4ili i. : rtnIU will be chifrnt south of the line of the Missouri 'compromise -When- thagthich baQflenjed Aiqr. not the aggressors. They, are the rTT assailed coasting trade,' WIT
.., fur office. holding to be the natural and independent I lean freeman on land, abd on lea, to victory t iJthVare the deifewivi party. *Sir'theSouth claimed.;the: advantages of .their; competiticaS
? far Si* )!onth5, ; t tlO 00 right of each citizen of each and* every State: r and'h'bnor : tfiat kg'which'ii now a sort proTI hltnoW:* W llt.fint-.aW-MitM.zotjJ fV.. ,, uid3 with the vessels of the Eastern jand Middle'

1 0* squire Debwrt" Creditor, t 7 00ffli of;the confederacy to reside with his property, I t'-ctionJpiAmerican cUiirosr where verit;waves' :hesitate- as'Jo.'her course on this subject SBe States fo-farfrom IVsuyat thh ivery linn

Mire U' for tfOWi of Admini taton 5 00 of whatever description, in any territory acquired throughout the world whose stripes remind feels"thjilrstteis.forc XbthVdicUt of,Mli* acts Congress for tbe the, Southern benefit j f States Worihw-n.whose:wsysVlow&en.oblige .

S notices will be inserted jrituitdmimMe I by the arms of the United: States, or' us, hat within a century, thirteen dependentand PTOCT*avion, and. ni.every.nazara.io. "resist theuncozisttt1tionil citizens ? ,; tv
I '.A1 religion* with : oppressed ;but Unitedf lonieBy won.their iii' .U.4 .i haveIitle.nvigatjngintexrst1 to pro*. '
power.- towards
yielded by treaty any foreign course pursued her.She .- cure the products of Cuba and Porto Rico
Resolved, That: the attrition 4>f slavery in independence as sovereign States'-f-whose,stars feels that it' is'ber-p litical death 4fehEhehasna1ternative. they-:
tt3.7M1 personal .ornmuniction will rehiind lis1 that-sneitfeai!otHe States Hheif'offT consumed the.Northern,Atlantic cities. My ;1))
it does
the Djsirict of Columbia;,involving, as 'p'assive.ly-yields ; ., She own State and Georgia .two-thirds j
sjlrprlj ernellts. riot the constitution spring.,but equally sovereign! )have since sprung- most resist. The Of whaM v .
.r1r'1 nn exerciwof, power granted by ; questions' arc of :they.use of the products of those islands v'
frota, ,
Printinf. u' be pnsl nn th is of affecting into existence and that united they fprm.therughtiraf vital eWracterj Nots *
or Jilt and designed, as it as a means ; merely"ciVii. WAIT, but
the North
2 icr ( though we are ; t the wntk.irr the institution slavery in the States confederacy of-republican States the 'what is.still.more dreadful,jeftik jrcr is one of tince from,both islands. Under the operaticaof ;
wnmmiV '- n muni he *ddreMerl to :ijran.-t which it.is Aimed as a blow, should be world: has eer'beheld> ; whencthat glorious ; tbe.consequences.ofeubmissiou'to the attempted navigation laws and laws .
All respecting-
C. if.t.ETT. PMMjt paid.la resisted on the part of tbe outh, by whatever H..gis torn to. shreds, in the terrible conflict > encroachments upon her constitutional rights; commerce your Eastern ships monopolize the.farry
AtTavnCR means are best adapted to the protection of the : i-t riiuslt be the prelu'de to the'dtssblutiohofthis and [this>rill ,_comeuppn her].if she does not |ing of.most of our foreign cotton trade FewY*
Senate or the rnited States.FEBRUARY constitution, the defence of hersilf, and the .Union, Task the.North und East what other ; at once unite and take a firm stand against the foreign vessels now visit southern ports, thought* '
the Union. banner will adopt in its steadl What incendiary other
preservation of you intermeddlingof sections with :
19th 1849. they.can generally tarry freight profitably *
Resohed, That knowing no party names cr otHe'r constitution tth that' sfgned by: Washington 'thediuistjcinatjtutjonaawi1ocal; policy pf the, prices below what vessels of the United State
r SLAVERY IN THE TERRITORIES.Mr. political divisions, on questions involving .in will sectirei! disseyered ctipnsjequ.il -: southern States. Sir. the South does not seek obtain. The South has submitted all this i
to. ,
Vn.EF. presented resolutions the legisw their settlement and consequences the charater.j freedtfm, equal security and tequal prbsl i ::i 'dissolution' of 1he! Union. The Imputation 1 Look at your fishing bounty laws for.theJt
that nbd lives of those whom we'represent, perity'to that whfch all have'hitherto5 enjoyed:1 'that! she does is infamous Tht-
t. lot ore of Flerid.1,del:irine Congress posses roperty, an. calumny. benefit of the eastern States. It would be a '.
IMUO powerto prohibit slavery ih any terr'.tory we ilre ready, heart and soul, with a united anl which all could still enjoy, if the rconJpici ;people of the South are not merely attached to. instructive,Jesson as to the value of the Unioa.

ef the United States, an the purl of Congress to abolish slavery in the other southern States, iu taking such measures to? If the different'sectfons of the'Thu.on. as natjonalin their feelingsas those pfanyother been to them as a mere speculation, to haie.A *
T District Columbia* should be resisted by the for the defence of our rights, and the preserve become independent and separategovernments ,sect ion. But the Union to' which they ire statement of the immense-yes, sirs the immense;
t 6 ath, M the exercise oft power not conferred, Lion of ourselves and those whom we hold dear, disconnected from each other, and holding hound is the- IThio of constitution. By sumsannually: paid for many years ucdet;,
) in1 in violation of the constitution of the United .is the highest wisdom of all nuy, whether, i each"other us fofeign. regarding1 h oih ras that mpact' all] the States of every section these fishing bounty laws. : ,... -,
States. S throuch a southern convention or otherwise, "enenziesu&ivar," aud, lIlt can.be', no peace -are equals! The bastard Union that .sectional And, sir, all the difficulties we have had with, -
Mr. T. aid : I deem it proper to bring to S'igge tad devise. friends? who can foreseejhat each section niay' ? and! fanatical faction would force upon the foreign powers have been chiefly on account of '
pr Ibt knowledge of the Senate certain resolutions Re>oiwl. That a copy of these resolutions be successively become the victim Aggression byEuropean'powers Southf:instead of that.formed by our fathers ;interests of the citizens of the eastern Stales/- '

vlich were recently pxssed by the General Aslerably transmitted to the govvrnorof each of the slave .nown our jealous! ,rivjtls,-and* has not, and never will have, our affection or That,with France at tlie commencement oftb.is- .
of Florida. It will be seen that they States with a requeht th:it they be laid before whose hostility is only rest mined'by the ..con.sideration ourrrtjpeet: 'The ;Southne-vercari: : admit the century; those with tbeBartury powers, about-
r irrnot addressed to the fedenil Congress nor the legislatures of such as are now in session. thafth'e5 "United States of America'? :doctrine that the federal government possesses the same time; the war with England of 1812f ;

I design- I presume, for influence here. They Mr. WESTCOIT. Mr. President, 1 trust 1 may possess the power to redress wrong, though the power in anywise, or to any extent to legislate the quarrel wilt Algiers, and the difficulty?
, o %uin simply ait expression of the opinions rely upon the indulgences of the Senate to listen perpetrated by the mightiest oft1ieth.rby all with a view to exclude the institution oi with France since, mostly originated in tbeef-uj
indfwlinjrs entertained by the people of Floridmpon to a few remarks which I deem it my duty combined, and that indignity the -star- domestic servitude froni the territories. Fol- forts of this government to protect the comment .

the *ubj.*cts they relate to, and a decUrntinn -. to my State and to myself to make on this occasion. p.ipgled.banner" cannot be committetL, ,with lowed up as it would be by Attempts to enforce cial and navigating intends of flew England.*

to her sister States in the South of her tn..unity ? kindred doctrines as to the rightfulness interfering and New York, and Philadelphia. Eight- ,, -
vitthiEneni| to co-operate with them in resintinf The resolutions presented by my colleague And now,'Mr> President, bow.Js ih :di solufiou with the local affairs of the States tenths of all the claims for foreign spoliations >

if they cannot avert, apprehended aggression were adopted by the General Assembly of the' of theUuiQntq,.becompit I *. nnd her reudiuew to follow in their lead State of Florida on the 4th of last month. Copies the means of 'wliich is to be the result 1isfe inferiors; they would cease to be equals and \ sirl learn six-tenths of the claims on MCXJWH'JI

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II byre been transmitted by the Executive of the myself about the middle of January. It will be lo.extremities to pause and reflect. Can any sectional majority Congress.. Such were not claims which the retuwl by Mexicota pay was .
Bute to her representatives here, and as they noticed they do not indicate to the governor of one be so infatuated as to imagine that the the terms of the Union agreed upon sixty-two. urged by the President as a just cause of rWar. '
f lull guide my course, and, I believe, that of my the State the transmission of them to the senators bonds of this confederacy be peacefully dissolved years1 ago by- the Southern States when" they expenditures of your.rev\nueymilitary ..
colleague. nn'I us I deem it to be important at and representative of the State in Cvnjm as. No, sir. What then ? CIVIL WAR ratified the federal constitution. I naval; ,and civil, are chiefly in the Middle awltnd '
this juncture th.it the States of theUnion should They do not contain any instructions to the sen- This is the practical process by which the dissolution I repeat, the South cannot yield. .She i it : East. Look at your fortifications, navy

I aultrtitand each other distinctly, we propose tors or any request to the representative.They .- of the Union is to be accomplished.Are .- resisting a principle which, established, seal yard, docks. arsenaJs, light-houses,an tft place a copy of them .imong the files of the are not directed to be 1 d.l before either you prepared for this? Are you resolved her poliiical-doom under.this confederacy. It public cuslom-houses in the Middle,and; EasW
I house Congress. The governor is directed on this ? Will you 'enforce your arbitrary, is her political death to acquiesce in its establishment" era States- and then look at,those in the South.;
Ther' trE crcunitancfs which give to these merely to transmit a copy of them 'to the governors your insulting, your, degrading edicts against "* It is'not so with those sections that Of your local officers of any ..consequence, Ja* :'
Florid.i is each the slave States with the the Southern and their citizens at this are,jrtriying-jto force principleuppn her.
I resolutions a :j: rke.! a'ifcinee. of of request States ; number and in amount of emolument, eight-V;
on oflhe Stftt--: : whose vote was ami -unce'i afrwdavs that th'.y be laid before the legislatures of those hazard There have been taunts. It has Those sections are contending for a mere political ; tenths arXto be found in New England,and incltt'di .
I : S'TCC iy support of Vne nyaiimwthawing V' SMes"1 been said.'the.South' dares notresist;* ,r' We ; abstraction- what they believe to'be I a ng as far.as Pennsylvania. Ton even dejny
3 par\ f--r 'r-iie.t ;.:. Yic> Pre-i- i : : the .hreetion thus given was bets have been* defied-'and 'threatened, and "boasts philanthropic sentiment-for a priqciplej hat thefrpn.tifr southern and western .States

dhi I t It M o, ir.d, i ; t-i': -, ;i -t she TM* t'a? ; ?: ? *1j rttiolitiotis treat of a question ofJo- ha'rebeen made.of, the superior;Joje.r of*the does' _;t- L.- ._.wholly?? i t he ttfnall prestige neighborhood Uii1SJI1*1} '
b2u?>!' "fhj! tae. Th? : i isl-iture which fnete.1jheucoMpriedHosjr caj-am] dumrt-ric fc"lwy of the slave States ;: members Knnyof -j'?. vnth-' hieiuhe nonslaveholdingrStateshve those;whovtEui'ctito'irsten to tie vbtcofhuuiknity Iis.4nt; political comrtrunities. The; ions are spent for, the benefit t>f Atlantic, citiesp ?
I the leading spirits of both parties. ajiJ contained rightfully no concern, and to avoid affording i .tnn of justiqend-the guar.anUe&of adyocates of the uuti-slavery restriction are and carrytonJntercouraebetween theaaaov
decided tuxjority in etch branch the any pretext (in reply to those resolutions) ,the constitution are still unheeded.As .- stnvirig hot only' to exclude southern'institu foreign couctries., "fi
friends of the ineuiu.ng President. They werf ior whiit mi ht be offensive, and tend to incr our fathers of the'revolution appealed to'the tions by,.coercive means from the new Territories I will not recur in detail to the iniquitous7 ;]

I nil fresh fmm the people, an-i from ,m ::ciivi'canvrifs. ;,?p.th? unkind feelings already existing.My .- people of Qreat Britain they are ;appealed; hut they seek by the power of arbitrary tariff laws that you have in past times imposed 4
They hid jnt cons'JiumjtFi he el- eoHe-jjjtn* in this bo ly upon consultation their 'nature: justice, and magiiauiiiiity i.i-v legislation tb force (hc people-of fhose'TtrritOrie -' upon the .South for the protection of the manuf'icturcs -" 3

action of a gentleiu.n to represent the St.ute upon ; with tn*. h.is deemed it proper to submit these invoked f they are'conjaretl by the 'ties fcf (j ftdoptftbeir>pripcipl s, their prejudices, of the eastern md middle States, and >
this floor who is a meniher of the whig par resolutions the Senate of the confederacy, of our common- kindred -to.dij.triu' tlii-se usurjw-,| and their institutions. by the effect and operation Oi,which the South n "-
ty. Thi assembly, thus composed, have declared which the State we represent here, although tions" of which the S.outh ,so justly complain, Will the Nortti'and'East jeopard? the Union? were compelled to bear the chief burden of all? "!
thai, 'knowing no pirty names or politicildirijions" one of its members is, under the constitution, and which will inevitably interrupt bur con- nre they,;preparedto' meetall ,thut must occur the taxes imports. With your fed erslbink) .*
; upon the subject of the resolu- the equal of the eldest and proudest. We have nexions and correspondence, As our fathers oi before the Union is dissolved, merely te carry as an engine in former times, and your laws 1
,,r. :!>ey "-ire reIV. he-rtanl soul, with a regarded it as due to Florida, and as due to her the revolution "warned" the people of Great oiit'nn abstract political sentiment which is not respecting th .currency, and affecting.exchsxtv iges
ili>; '* rjniit V ; U.jfl Virjtiiiirt. the Carolinas.i : sister States, and her feeling and her determination Britain as to the'ilsurpattons of the British to optr.Ue themselfea, and .whichj if carried trade, and commerce iu the, ten thousand \\
: i Mh'-r riif::"V!> 't t s.T' in averting and upon this momentous question should be Crown and parliament they have .from ,t'im? out, those sections can have little, interest I vays so well understood by shrewd commercial 1

i > :. : ; 1' :r .".'nis>.,n rijrh! In token oftrir expressed here, nnd placed on record; and to time'/ been. warned of the attempts3* by the I win, However,1 present the question in sO aim- men, you have done more th.ainatua1 causes- #;
-ir.vT'iy 'i r <%uation containing this though the terms of the resolution do not enjoin legislature of thecon'federicy/ 'xteiid iiiiunwarnmtablfrrjurisdijBtjpn pie n-form.thi( every intelligent citizen in the-' to occasion a concentration of business New *
'A rtuvre pa wi W'U a uunuinums vote in it upon us to present them and ask for their over, the South Union can understand it truly and see' its injustice Tork. -make it a great monetary, focus, and V
>; i r.jich -ai ifte.neU the prompt approval printing under the precedent of the resolutions and its domestic institutions. They have been at once? If the South had 'm:j6'ritifs iii render the South and .the,agricultural inter-. j;
.. '..- KiCMfVv.. of the New York legislature, made a few days "reminded of the eircumsVances <6f our 'emigration both Houses Congress, and should propose sts of the country,generally tributary to it. -
:M-.plf! 41; Florida sir, compos- a port ion since, we cannot doubt the motion will be acceded and settlement7' on this continent ; of the with respect to these Territories a law of Congress'declaring After the explosion the federal bJnk, (and-, !<
a.- ,.-rijie of th" Nouth. and are. therefore to. struggle which effected our common independence 'that no citizen of a nbn-slave- Gen. Jackson wasaided in, his movements 4gainst /:
'f no-si Jiy Hiniiltr influences and sympa- Mr. President, I am egotist enough tc regard ; of the; formation of!tfte constitutional h'oldingState should :tothTrritories.un the bank by New York, .as it was then ;.
.lt > ii. ..l r't These proceedings, then. the forbearance of the legislature of Florida, to compact, and 'of the unparalleled prosperity we less he bought and took with him a negro t.1 ire.iid located Philadelphia..) the effects 1 have men-. ?.
f.; uui L err reluctant representatives give any i nut met ions to those who represent : have all enjoyed under ; and c.tn it be that held such lavi-r servitnde there, would doned were produced as mttrh by,the administration .
.'rt! i.i.-v of ;o like the 'Nwusibility of decidH the st.ite in Congress to the confi lence reposed history is 16 record,timt. disregarding,all those t Iieortbu&.East submit / This is ,the qther of the laws by,the powers here as oth.
I I jic'iou. or to precipitite the questions now in them bv the legislature that, on the subject appeals, arf the people of urett Britain were 4ul76. eiJe of the question presented bv those who efwise, until that was checked in some degree*
I i'tipen-linc between the northern and s4uhern referred to iu those resolutions, such, instruction 'they too,'are deaf to the voice justice. seenvcletermined to'insist on the exclusion from by the subtreasury act. though still the entire j
I wy.'ii$ of this Uui&n. the people of the South were uniiecastry.1:1 know mys-If,sirt hat and cons nguiuity ?" I ask, ,theui are.-your, the-territories of? the sbuthern citizen with lila power of the federal government is continually
I 'iii i UiSt.. ten of the South we-in to assert their confidence-in not misplaced i may differ with feelings-towards the South go embittered that, slave :property.! It.is n bad rule that will not exercised for the benefit of the At'Ssntic 'ci
lur |rs. .,ii'1 wjj] be found at the proper time some from the South -as to the bei course to be you wisi to drive the Southern States frum the work hoih ways ':Why, sir, the 'whole non. ties of the eastern and middle States,'to thV i
it'ir.. '.. Vhr to this nd. without ralteri'i.r.4' adopted protect End (friend successfully the Union? Can there be any. whose prejudices slaveholding plates would, rise up at once ea prejudice of the other sections? IkipwthU

r iid l s >ul. with a unit*! front.n'lf constitutional rights of the southern Stated and are so'overwhelming a*to desire .the;Liunq; masse, resistby arm, if necess.-iry. tberexcIuiOnb1 cannot always be the case.. Jn a few yesrslf.
.ttc inaii which these resolutions emniif of their citizens on this?subject ; but 1 will not be severed i Js their hatred of the South .60 stich'law of Congress. If southern Orleans will outstrip even thenijiredtjuit,' ,

h.-.j aot long occupied a place in the con IEMI. yield to any in sincerity of purpose to .main- intense that,it can .only be,, slaked, by a CIVIL majorities hefe should-euact (such a ;kw, the if ever Canada il annexed, the opening of the'St.
Irtcy; but her title to that place was fount! inbrr thin those rights to the last extremity. There WAK? Can it be possible that any,intelligent iTorth. and Ejst, and, West' would be limited, Lawrence to1 the commerce of the North1west
>tiiej ktin*ite of tbe value of liberty and dig- is one thing that I will not do. 1 will not con- citizen of the-Upited States has such feelings ? 'arid w/oukTwith'draW frni tire confederac/i; and and West will:rear up another formidabls
W/ffffftlqjftidence. To ra-iihtwin theae. she sent to make this a mere party question. 1 Shut-your eyes, .if you can, to,all. the.horrors fight jr ther than submit to such coercive exclu rival to her on the shore of that river/ V" T
/HMd the Union to maintain them. Her pop- will do my utmost to prevent being prostituted of such stfile; to disruption of the ties ofkiudreij sion. ,And. sir, they wouldact! .rightly. Andyetfor'daring I :will nbt: on this occasion re'capitulatei the'
"tan* h not mimerous; but her jurisdiction to such degenerate purpose. This question, ; .to the rending asunder of the bonds to speak of resistance to the ex course of the East with respect slavery...
com i* large area, posgessing unusual udvanbftt shall never, with my aid, be mate a football for of society ; to the devastation,and carnage cIsiouflowoqghL to?be imposed upon the Some of that course is detailed in document$ ;
dfraate, soil, and poaiti tt. In this earv political aspirants here or elsewhere. I am rejoiced which will be its attendant*-hope,:if you cant South, its citizens are denounced Southern recently published in this city by southern
8y of her bktoryj the duty devolves on her to see that the legislature my State, in that it maybe conducted by humane commanders fanatics gitatori," "disunionists"and ttrai- members of Congress the form of an'address v
fp t'1Rgih1pe to the destinies of the powerful the re nlntions now laid before the Senate, -nod according to the rules'of modem.ci iH- I tore," seeking a.severance of the Union T : to the South; but, in judgment, much 'of

Umimmweohh which must one d.iy occupy (which 1 learn were adop-e-l unanimously,) express zed warfare,and 1 ask you, what will therebeotpiofit Mr, President, the whole.history of this outrage has been'omitted'iu that'detail.
'er bo rluries. >he feels her mjponstbilitj, he e-.me opinion aitd I can freely dt- or.of bonor'to you jf you should be,vicio-, country"stamps all these accusations with The Missouri compromise act, as h is eilfe ,
*?* "ill aut shrink from if- ke1.irc not omit dire that evry sentiment every word and letter rious I What.boots itiif..you. succeed in.fKJ>;j< falsehood, Before and since the adoption of is in my opinion the leading aggression 'and'ifc ,
I tke tiutyofmitiMaiuing unimpaired the freeof of these resolutions find h. bpk; und she must defen.1 at all ings. nn-Tan approval in my deIibea&ttej'idge. :Southern States) oujvejshown;their devotion **the Union. Their not in terms'becoming reprehension'and"deinunciation.
victory.C'ouldti! be crownf4j frith.gloyy f f sacrifices in Nor the
zatIthjr political: eqii.Iiywitb thft Tent meet < ; thirewlutioiaryistruggle were at aref "subsequent parediej,4
I Jtui (ur without ; lity neither the Mr. President, in these resolutions there is Could heroes spring up among you iu.btachconfiiut least equal.to those of the.other sections,. Per of that outrage, railed 'a compromise,' in-toy Vljudgement
I kbcrtj ofhejnjdu.1 ,iorthe lid no menace. There are no words of '!*ound and, ?, And-whuV dktate of/ permanept.joJjojuj sbns;;thdugh'slavehblders,'were not laggards" Inthit properly condemned. The ageneyOf 1. '
St4.5 CleXlst. The issue involves her sover- fury signifying nothing to be.found in them. iuercstCn rontest tTheie is iiot a battle-field that some in the eastern States in causing tHe'aj-

ifrrfie TMUW de.fr&l' and preserve.kpp3 ..- They are in grave but earnest language,;btcomine find totnUon jn.Jjic suIerttJie wafjfrom.Mainetp-Qeorgia; but.tras moistened tempts 'to revolt by the slaves in Charleston's.
I inn doing the Union can be preserved, a sovereign State; whose free .citizen* feel, jvn ; n on.l, vi'here w nop 'KanaticsHud. with'therbloodof' some of her'epris: lntheouncilsiofthat Carolina, within two years after: the SUsscufl *I
be "solutions, Mr. President peak for that.they'hare ben *nd r* insulted an-l ;Wronped deio Wgues ay e k' jmUeid y u, bul er*her sages';jtrere among?the agitation, and the fact that the insurrection '
I tflJ5PJfl$; they declare the united, yoke of by thooe who seem .to regard power.only:n yon willsu'ltii ailj find.that youfKweltar and wises and firmest,patriots. ,And how was-it Southampton Virginia, some tenyesn-aftijv' I .
!.li.is i they deliberately assume a 'posturenoancei I It .the limit of right. . ,,*. prosperity Uepe.nd upon f he haraqniooiB fireser- after: our iridepehdenceyas gained? "!Virginia wards,"was occasioned by,'incendiary;ibolition j
pledge from which the'State fiir.the first resolution declares thatibe peo; TItion! (. North Crn1inaouth-CarolincandOeorgis publications made iu Boston and clandestinely
tzflot recede with honor and from which. pie of the State of.Florida, Sis,FRIENDS OF TUEnmocriew rights pf nil.'Suppose voluntari yf restricted their Jfespective western circulated' among'the slaves, and'spetches'ia;
ziil to their sister States4'as Congress froia 1819 to the session preceding the-
feel warranted she will not with roost serious alarm the counteof in the effort to sbdyaethe bbundarlesfarid 'gave
Jo say northern brethren itf relation .4to the you'h the aid of the machine}wlltdthYfei|. [ fncomnion fund.their vast domairi, extending outbreak'uf entirely unnoticed in that address

It1uain i only for me to that t' question our of slTeiy-a Bourse ,wh*ch. marked eriil %ovfrnmentVa say approve uthe'eontitut&nirasrnuified.e facts is in the books the desk fore'niI
iur be in its Northwest Territory before on
tDTlfl1Iy insulted Salreadv. ,
the'courae which tny State bns inditil1Orber. by. nnkindfleI.) wrong sanctify the outrages you'may perpetrate alluded
extent weaken.ed it"compels Ahe .Allsthatr< voxicat tributary to have1 before to it'lnthiscbiinbr.Soo' .- }
citi? is- und shall humbly but to ii mort unfortunate uaroe"criSappose >tbtbfarni ; '
iitIll7aitI In.giving effect to her wilLs thp'bonds whichunite them and.un ;; which. South submit.. izlnfeW7ea0U0! her lair, art under the slfcny existed there. ; the course ofth.afdtal gdvrniaent .
;1 moTe now that (he rc8olutjons.be if in. in thefcaroftspirit, can:only;terminateiin supem yof.nnmbraill cease to exists ,U is Iii J"the Mtablisliment''the gbve rnm'ent'ibrtbjHt with respect to foreign gove'romenls onlhiffa ;j|i iject
read. itLd persisted :
intd rvr the wforniation of the Senate further Alienation,- and.intheinevj? destiny that;thc rtlreat Weit' iU *oon to',conprard : territorylt3Was.provided.that it should bewhatis Of el* very has net been fair or just to1 the- j.:
TMtj were tben irad of the conffderacy trot .ppw:Bailed' 'tresoi1".. ..She,4iduotr SouthV it has not eiercised its constituticail
M follows Uble dissolution '
: .Preident,4h I could ofithe.eonstitutjoB, and ilsi the usurpatioQJof powerSirbODslarf: powers er fulfilled,-its conslitutionalduUea'o9
Mr. of ibe
4'tie Seistze Would to fleavM,: ,
tifli :
fl si !Represea. this subject It has'failed:to"do tfir"
iCts holding States "haregrown'.Bpjnnderl j
T1he or(,beotJieCJflsof in'yonraggre on! S6uthmay perhaps
Wltetd. Siaze of F/sila friends it ofibe Geneiol 4ntri. Impress tHe IJiijoti.with.the myfelIoWCitiZCnS! convicnoo** ,ttrsa4be.i5cd I be onn l 4ti'justification f.totl irtturnmg the striction thusimpbed. 'Vi2ifliaL.iu tbn$ ;Cel.t4 eign government Ironf prejudices rrtspec**-*4In*&| OjSktes'and >
itw Uio1w if; (4he sonedchilice youiilipx?iiliwilLnDt preitent slaveryIallude nw bZ i
with there m de will ; 5pic to
abnin the prrdiction L'Amistad and ito therfi&1oft1be
courseo our South an7puUhlsectIOfla j
iOjT !
urthern bUbediJI4grEssiOU agj iipicturerqriyunrcOnlifomiEctbS
*Very.-zi e' relation t quci.qon voice of Inwlt is mot is stayed.no nd Jf Bection Ja fact ion should,. Under Pxoidencei defeat 'yoa;;in.the feeling in Ihe other ccssi9q$rhaefetied to.I ment to meet the demands of Spal bbnozb17 1
'marked b.c uijkind. I iidenekit ortb. Sir? is it not notorious! th3tUOflrb'
encronci of which.iaust edatbe sever*
'pupon conflict rmsr
Trong; it not rhwked bits selfish pre has well 'tre .
I alr a4 to the equ44gkiS9tteSoutIrinidtrthsttompaCtw iieeuof'tbinntWhoevettrrumph!,flub 8ouibenxequtte4 ByiUibei'alitpi.ciona1o justite lgbocesiend gpf
flbfOrttlnte eit weakenI the bonds the iconstitution,;and upon < abuse and bermi ster1ioihe. and.put atf end
c' true-hearted no ( ,
Ycuuhethem pjtrixfl
Zttahe and I j 4;* "r.Tni?VK&TTABt.E.HlSSQl.trnoKflr % jtjo-rfriend of hutncttrUeiii*. +frinta f-thbere1tttgthe niatic intercourse bet eeh fh ltwtf 3toI__
Mr.President zs '
srnespirit, oni terujzt. in jilhepredictio whhbhOrreDC esicticn meats? She would-have-bejuitified iasoduing.
and l TBtCOpJC EllACy. 1bprbitIdilr'TeiOl& id ve been*, 4Uowc.Lu t5 2e2bth; leaiofb
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; ( ., / American- there who can'looktiponsucha'eatAtr6phe"but from dip eeenej putdyizchcbflfliCt
What true
I with' horror 1ttimeJibEatter.wbat Btc oai*;.victorious. .
) tory I ; cft c att depldrible:var,sad 4Qhi9u -
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,' I (r. ,. protected in those islands, be excused I TrHow:: i nc Wi'Thb1! m itd.d 8dnS 1 atd ,the U U. .
1.r.lt;: .. ctti1 its'unpardonable'omission *nd'I1P lictt 4insist'upon c= ude4fli that the pf ts rontffa5 Co fbrnift by way of the : imi rthe lor Jn :

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.. ;, ,:: committing'murder and robbery Florida fled,. dance'with:tneTederative, '"principle of ifreu, "came:down7Congress' I Thiirpstdt,, lIb't1j'JDOdired'-tfflt'it' !

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refused to: be given op'to the Florida marshal r. of'

; 1. r. t' be'palliated. .?: Sir.your politicians dare not do T JACKSONVILLE, MARCH 10, t849.' stitution alone'catfth'epornV."be Jecidetl. In Congress on 28th t February/the report.of en, ,. "it:..!;J.sob"'J---.t'-. .. '' .\ 'POUt.. J

.1' :J J:., their H j" by dozens of British smacks from the Bah: ease present Congress. They ..
:4. .' ''i1, manned arid'Often commanded them f. NOTICE.ct ) fl.n Jxis.ele.cyon as President jot;.)e Uni- to etitrnst. not weuJfbW
, "" ". mas by ) 'nouce that Ieuiir eiTjLt,1 tlf& G 1WHitflent.Zveinaytrusrthurereibemeetinrof- : .IA > .1 .J.u. the control l*f this matter l .
: ;' latt ri WE are requested t i'. St.ateswaI So
and negro > mahcipees of'those islands l presented to the S nat6. Ar- ''em.Pnsident."whOl"Chier'.Bn
: who, lurking about our harbors inveigle off me 'tbitliI'dDliaI Cqtl fltW1tht rrwafd rttf"tt5rnnrw&s-raun51Jt'fi!" in therterritories: is a'Q.Perdter utb.:

m; :! this laves federal find eicite government them to eek disaffection..to afford its Does aid: ou ,Jistinc1ion._of-.t:py'. ftll; b ':' 1tj JCour' ,,f'the.,J pecited _i.; ,C L-1g"Jte ':.ti'.0;:"d, 'cv,.Pth" 1" "i\i. 'l'i.j ,,'Mr.akqr'ajunndrneut. ,J! n""J t, b 3 .. ffY\ft: Jf-.itt. "'t s uch 3a- citizen,.ropositiop Louisiana. And !F. optlo ,I

>r :';r P' for our. protection'against their incendiarism ? ; House, in Jacksonville,:on Mond ) tat fromrthe Slavery discussion Will :r>ry goernmentforCaliforoiwas I f titutIon +e t'e'b..Congre1 Ternitsej tt1dm&li
a4Ppt4by.t !
.l ::\. Jfo'cir.; When the act of 1803 is invoked, an 1 1 o' loek-A:;Jijfer the t purpose.of.Tespon i.'srrit. :;',_J_lpsihto'ihiteiMi: : ;: 'r,!gtermen. |' .. -a y t f J29_'o''Messrs." ; rItid tiatjt SituN411ast,fit.
. :'::, .: ad'passed at the instance of citizens of North to the Addressbfthe Southern member ofCongress "'{ ( 't 1Ii." I
ding d}reaitere{ li'i: .TOt wast.a.. : aon i dd MrBlJtler
int th
;j '.l'h nayyetneed the!;lii >Jof: ,'. .... .. ;.ithltlelriJpaJ i
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to out of St Domingo i1tItUit1tt' "
r Carolina brigands < ,1' .nos. vindicated the
receDUjrrmade to reiiC .: ty, rights of the f 1.
' ,. .,;:..i.i. : we ate told it does not apply to the !' "' -' :.. r :,theSquth",;. 'gamst" -'i..g rb. ,1.r'J.1."a<" : i\l. 1 ll .keD'.1l..thrc.o'f. ,.,.are; e 4.w',C tj1fl. '.Constitution to a ;fgl1..bare and.8outli Q tt' "
,'; '' t J I I ,1. {r'TI favor of the'amendment, .1.1r. ,
:.4.-t. .. !' crews' vessels, and that they are protected by Mr. 'Westcott'tV Speech? :\ ,) J3 i J JU "\- V1U1...* v'MMV Pili'IJi> 2l, Hale..moved an.ot'- inall: the :,ad vantagesacquisition ,bejj, JlU'ticfPldD froui. .(
' ; the I
: .r' p;. -'. treaty, law or no law, the, visits of these vessels We, give to. our ,reader" '*_ this r. week.'the'marks .< The the e-i: ti : .,nffiikdJi; : which< 'molioaHwai witKJ' l be a pregnant intimation of th lr iiah,
and their crews to our waters will be. preven : / : ;. liorRepiesetati'vesT on .u.Tt ; j. Jjijr < :the subject VnawHch"wedoaAt < poi' 'I
,?: ..I .' ted. re made bp.,Mr. Wi'Ic'OTiflthceEate .4raw: afttra' long discussionbad.tabapiac'orithC"propsit1on. 1uStle4 1
: we in1owppmmittFe qr the '
.1 27ihV February
; present moment'ln
.: ii t; And sir all these the S of.the' Unit States/upon the ; ;,! ; "Furtheramendraentslrer'eproposedj'when : PPOSiD t.", ,
to of will ,
;. wrongs people my ,.' th \WhoJe .thevCaliforniaTerritorialRill ] .. f norfaithfully carry info eft"ect.T't
.v-f: ::f. : State have had Ktiperadded other causes for the on I the Senate'took' from. i, : Th rE' is little doubt
Mr. YULEB to that .body ', f1 ; a recess that when tbf'tffl
,t': t.." weakening of their affection for the federal government presentation by / 8" '' >rt I!!O" .1 '. I', '...q..il' i,turned to the u I'Ii J

:s;.." If.:.;.': and for the eastern sections of the' of.'the resolutions. ,of the, Legislature : io 6 o''clock. ;:. to engrafuue:Honseien Wilmot at .SJffi he;IZaI4t:
; '. \or .; s.: -' Mr. 'SAWDER' then moved L.totrikeout III the .
House of :
.theforniS C1i
Union.la Representatives ;.
i ; I
1" I able"exposition ; sition of Mr. Walker and $
.onlyan -
riot } -- "* v jodginV
r' are I.
Florida. They fi Pit tn
;ri--l;. : '. 1S36 the war with the Seminole Indians thQ 12th 5ecti6vbich. 'aectirnthe ,is*'1 "Territorial'BflU'-with the WillmotoProvisoj.was of that body on Tuesday. there Ui 1 t.' .
*: .; .i broke out in Florida. It was not caused by its of bis'v e\vs'upon: the Proviso, : biflt3' t1i tt ise,, P'ob"
:II iff'.: r. Proviso and ihe motion Discussed,'passed, and sent to'the Senate tlll'suceedTJj5 :
citizens-it was deprecated by us-but it was to' ; was.,,._ hega. House abd Senate brillCi
# intended"as explanation into
> VvTvr! but ore an i j f* .byt &tTotetl! 6 CaliforniaMint conficwhich'
to 87rvf/the : ; 'tle
', caused by theattempt'totrry out a system of lived by ,a .vote'of. 88 :'to 105.. "Mr, ( .1 is involved in much u1''ot
i'C : ; of his course in not ; Bill was action iid. anc rtalt1.! !\ :
policy adopted by this government removing his constituents also discussed,but no ,.! tire appropriation bill fall (i4

;r'&vi. ,: .;*..< ; ., the Indians west. We had nothing to do with j signing the.Southern .Address. wfeel PRESTON then offered' substitute, and The New Mexico, Territorial Bill was brought of the two Houses, or should by the tie disape. 0
\4'r. '
-*;VV,: -f' .?: defenceless its origin. When and unprotected.it broke out we Our were Territory entirely !j bound to'say'that consider this Mr. COLLINS:moved ;to. nm rid :the i substitute 1 tip an'd.cpnsiderecl- .,i but<. pd: :>jf st l"" variety, and the i bill be aent to the PridenWiJnot Seuat"le14 azad,:et4. .

t? i ,-{ !'. and its wants had been shamefully neglected by ,speech l, as' by far the .ablest which. )hasever by' the. .insertion' '(' the _original.Provso Miscellaneous business" was- wastransacted. !. wUl.ba..undcubtedl1.iUt..co Pro'is 1an 'ltl'a taiDi l '1

'-::i $. \. Congress: and the federal Executive for year. talented Sena-' ,, which J was carried, ,, 'the vote t In the Senate on 27th ult' the civil and diplomatic I must necessarily! be called aTan euj9J1 4iy .Q 4
: : Florida been made
; : was tleastatedbythesavgea. A frontier by our iay'to
r-t'S .J '. standing 9!; 87 The substitute being appropriation bil1"b ing.u def consideration : make the requisite, ppropnati
of four hundred miles was a lineofsmoking and unanswerable} to: : 't't' .',. ntfor.the.lUp.1 1
oTthe '
'M : .. tor. .It is a .brilliant. the i port Government Such'a'resi
ruins. Well sir, our ttateand? its citizens have ,, following amendments.were,jropo- b"'DOt. ,
W/r' rejected, the Bill i was reported tothe : i desired by 'Gen,.TayloirY .
been defamed and reviled, and denounced as i statement of the case on the part of the 'ed and acted upon :: Go. ., from their friends who
: : : I anxiety.to settle questiS
t'*{ House. this ao"
r ; having caused the war as having made it a I South. But we hardly feel satisfied r Weltcott"moved! amend the bill by inserting ., ,' so .that* he'nay be spared.the ,

fife: source peculation and profit-the just claims Mr. MEAD moved to,lay the Bill.' 'n, the following provision 'which was a- sanctioning or'vetoing the. Wihnot alternt,1!
: ,
; oj honest citizens for supplies sold your troops I with his excuses. Thy seem somewhat x fearful that it will ProTiaOllf,
for services tb.table arid demanded : the and" greeito:, precipitates coliyon
-for property destroyed by your shouldbe ; ayes : W
fanciful. At rate, we tween the WhJg'and Ultra :
t r'rt.: officers, and for spoliations the any For buoys on and the bar of Nassau river portions of tat piWj
by caused near ,
.' .; enemy noes. The motion. was t tost i, ayes fc>6, ty, which.by many is deemed
, '. by your not affording the protection it was I ,far more gratified, had the.signature, and on the coast of Georgia and Florida. in soon'as they begin i to JnevitaUt-wv. :
r.; -* ; **.. your duty to have afforded, are refused to be noes1127.. The Bill ''then passed ''the rcomoareopiaioni gj W.
of 'lIr.y'ESrCOTT, at least, to tb the'neighborbood the policy to be pursued the
.J' ::+ ;. paid on the most trifling pretences and subterfuges House of ,126 87. of'SlOOO. by new tdoiaU.
by vote
a to trationj
:; "Thi'iiversjon
,,it. :"' .' and injustice and injury thereby added produce the appearance of unanimity Mr.Johnson ,of Georgia, moved ,to a'mendthe. to an extra sessioo'ii I
r..; 'i":: defamation and insult. Nor is this all- the :The vote was almost entirely 'sectional bill supposed to be participated in by..Qen.TavIor's
by of the
members,, following
:rJ.1: : slaves of white citizens on the part of Scuthern of. : himself, and a desire to propitiate.

J;{:. r : negro the Indians, if captured by fugitives arm'were among Congress. ], except ADAMS and BUCKNER of And heitfnrtJifr'tnnetfrl, That'the'Secretary opinion,, .with a view'to ft share in seine of IGOtI tui
;. your: o! the 'Tr si1ry aml.hfis. hereby anthonid many desirable things in
..1 tbeduppsaKoftif
sent west by the goYernmcnt'WJthout payment Kentucky, who voted for"the Bill, and : .
.;...f the zeon and required tb'jmr to the State Georgia l, Exec'l1tive.'IDty. induce, a sufficient naoW
from whom
.T ownr had
they fledj and if f&
. ;,', .. retained and employed in the service of the; The Constitutional Question.By .BRIDGES, P.! A. .KENrfEDY, MILLER and t'ofany rhonpy thptrfrtsnry not otherwise the Proviso men?to change.their,votes,cr,19 i* .

43vVs i ; r <.; trhment, and iftby were killed, theowncrhis gov. reference our Congressional. report S wrER of Ohio, who'voted against it., appropriated, :f he Ketprnl sums of money 'allowed absent,when their name*art.callcil Iq|&haubft J ,
: by 'the 'njr'ents'nrpointwl nn'ler the 2d obnoxious measure not be
: to petition tpn in vain for may appendrftotU
ll-a., t and at this very years session only after compensation1 month ; it will be seen that the Wilmot Gen. Taylor's Cabinet. section of the act of March 3. 1837. to inquire/ bill. The majority, for the Proviso on Tuesday:

"' in the House in its consideration: is a claim spent of' Proviso has passed the House, and .abill : what depredations: were committed by the S f main last was 16, which would be cancelled..bv.,V
% ,..>r this kind passed by a meager majority of one The Charleston Mercury; from information ole ,and GYeefr Indians on the property of citizens change of 8 votes. The influence of an incom.

*v,:""J- or''two votes. establishing a temporary government received by. telegraph, an- ] of Floriila, Georgia 'and Ahtama, to ing Executive sufficient to control doabli

'V'Ji5':: : "-- Mr. resident, I have made these remarks for in the territories has passed the' Henry W Jerni ran: & Co.; JprniprnnVGntchet & that number; and we are therefore not withoot;
. >! .. nounces the. following gentlemen as (J 6.IHhl. & Co' R some expectation that. Mr. W ,
? : one reason; because that I have within a few days will be ;. Jcrnigan ; Asnpli -Hijl; and lkers! propoa-
>:fC.<* ; Senate. The proviso uridoubtredly Henry'W .Ternipnn the 'bein tion will both Houses and
past seen in some northern papers erroneous composing t cabinet of.tten. TAYLOR : ; same ; designated pass become a law oft

v t l: .r.-i..* .*' ..':,' causes assigned for the absence of'my' name lost in the Senate, and the influence J. M. CLAYTON of Del. State in a report made by said agents on'th e'28fn day the laud* i "t. .1'
? : with those of other southern democratic Department; o November. 1837, in H Al'Sd clans, ''by the ',, .,:
:T ;: i- .2 members of Gen. TAYLOR will' probably secure W.M. MEEEDITH of Penn Treasury numbers 805.- 854 855. S56
I.;. Congress from the Southern'addresa ;; ,- arid 864,-the
4 bi,*..,:t:"*''*.:' which': I hnve adverted; and, predicated upon I the passage of the bill, extending 'W.H.CRAWFORP, of Ga, War; ; same.having' been assigned to lair. State., Response of Charleston.A .

?:'.. i< ..' the statements I allude to. some censures hare the laws of the United. States over California ABBOTT LAWRENCE of Mass: Nary ; ,. ,After. debate, m I the course' of which t great" large and respectable meeting :of' .

:: ?: ;' appeared in southern prints of those who with- THOS.EWING, of OhioPost,, Office1; objection urged against amendment wasthat the citizensof_ Charleston, (as we l arri
: held their names from that Whilel I and New Mexico under the direction
paper. concurred '
i.. ':: "... in the policy of an address, I did not sign I enrfetti W. P. PRESTON, o'f Va., Attorney General.Tjric it'engrufted n private claim upon.the general from the paper*,) was held on Friday
.t.. .. -_, the of the President. So bill it evening to respond to the Address of
;-1 N T paper presented because it did not suit my appropriation ; was rejected by yeas'

,.ff .;r .: .:'': fancy m several particulars. It did not meet I the first chapter Great'Sea Serpeirff. 8r nays 36, as follows : the S 'them Representatives to their'

.?L;<,_ :., '' and my views'of it contains what such a paper should contain, 1 But the most interesting feature. We are' happy: to perceive that our YEAS Messrs.. Atchison. Berrien., Borland Constituents. Hon. Edward Frost

some things I did not like. It [ l3 reese. Johnson of Lonisiann.Johnson of Geor Esq was called to the Chair and :/
f: Ho
has himself ,
; ; L' neighbor .
did not refer to the often repeated accumulated the great debate on the amendment of magnaraously flung -
.. I gia. Mangum and West cot t-8. D. E. and .
} ; Huger others ( in aU
': : aggressions of the East end North (5(5 )
the into th breach of ,
upon between public incredulity NAYS Messrs.
M WALKER, is the discussion Atberton, Baldwin. Bradbury I .
- > Vice PiesidentsY
other appointed
were .1"1
. ; ; in. respects than with reference to *
.,.t; :: 'II';' slavery. It did not., as I have stated present M Issr WEBSTER and CALHOUN on the and. at the risk ofbeing laughed,.. Davis Bri Mississippi.ht. Calhoun,,Cameron Day ton.,'Dickinson Clarke. Corwin, Dix,,'I After r address from the'Chnirmii/i '
!r.:.: the inh.moushs8o I
a," :'. .. and as the ri act in its proper character point whether the Constitution of the publishes the'solemn facts concerningthe Dodge ort wn,Downs,.Felch. Fitzpatrick, Foote, H commhieeoIOVersonsto P r':

I.. \':'.,.,..** I tor.of,. all the subsequent leading wrong outrages and, and the progeni.it passed United States was of force' in ihe Ter- sea snake lately seen off the mouth G reene. Hale, Hamlin,,Houston, Hunter. Johnson a Report and Resolutions; ., Oluno.
: of Marylnnd.'JonC Mason Miller .
King, ,
,-l ,.J: b overtheabolition efforts from 1821 to 1835, and ritories. It seems to have been settled' of the St. Johns River. We republish N i1Si Pearce, Phelps, Rusk-, Spruance, Sturgeon tion of Hon. F H. Elmore, appointed
; their effect in \\'emake for *
1" :.i producing the insurrections in room the resolutions re
" .' -.,:_. .' of he account from the Republican Turney, Und erwoodf Upbam. Wales, .Walkernnd -. '
; Charleston nnd Southampton, totally unnoticed by these two great expounders constitutional I merely 'Y111l"e-39.. ported arid adopted.: \

. >.., .,,.:.i'. take Sir place, if a within revolt of year slaves, the in incendiaries the south should of the )]a\v, that the question between l remarking i that his snakeship ..was Mr. Kiiig raored a reconsideration of the vote Resolved, That the. 'citizens,,, ef

.; : .,:: ::4: .f East will be responsible for the consequences.. the North and the'South was seen by several .most,respectable j individuals by ;hi1'theSenate.* : last'evening, rejected'the Charleston District have maturely ex'

..},.':.t, ..,.'..-;.' The blood that is shed will be on their heads.' narrowed down to this, and it was handled now in our city, and as ,far as amendment relating to preservation of the amined and deliberately approve of
': The address omitted what I wished to be'inserted "The Address of the Southern
archives of Florida which Delef
was agreed.to.
.j;.; f 114t to prevent improper imputuionnnd to ward by both Statesmen with the signal ocular'tes mony cang his existences ; in onstitu'entsn
Mr. Yi'leethen moved Congress to their -
'' r ";-: 1offdefamation in advance. This was the unequivocal which Iwye been i i undoubted. From''all accounts the to amend the bill by gates
ability might
: expected and of all the
t :' :. declaiation of the attachment of the :. adding i the.following) ? ection; which'was: agreed
:/:1'. ;::4 ; 801th to the constitution and the Union, and of them. But a*' Mr. WEBSTER appears I gentleman'hea.d.'W ,aa.large.as a barrel to: therein, and of the conduct of those
4 :
: : /I
"'i;;::. 11' ;. not nierelyadsclaimerofintention. but the denunciation to have been :conscious. that, he !. [ And: be itfyrther' enacted, That,whenever it Senators and Representatives who'bate'signed.the
." :: : as '
! '. i 'L:' an unfounded'calumny of the accusation (From the Jacksonville Republican 8th in.r shall be shown to the President of the United ; .!Dtnc, ., .
that it the side his .) "
was on argument
' ; was seeking to disrupt the con wrong .
: T% States that the State of Florida has by law Resolved That.with
: : Virginia
.; tcd racl. Sir,hold weare the true champions TH& SEA SERPENT SOUTHWARD. provided HJT
';:-tvI a, ... ;.: of the constitution the true defenders of the appears to us to possess.. more of the As for telling about a Sea where for the safe custody j of the public archives and declare that the Government' cf

,,1.,,, ;., p.' I. Union, nnd I desired it should be declared in subtle sophistry of the legal advocate, else except ioff Nahant,"you Serpent might as any well try. o f archives,'which were at St.formerly Augustine kept ant),Pensacola,the keepers, it the United. States has no control, directly

.:1 :. '.J:' terms.' than of the conviction of right which I to convince people you saw a HOW in the moon. shall be lawful for him to cause to be deliveredto orindjrectly j mediately.or, immyy:,.

.jy. T :' 'Again: should have preferred instead of beams from the 'words'of a' States At the risk'of' wearing' ther
the assertion of the antir.ipationofsfubborn great we venture to jot down relation made 'to the said'archives do
.1., per- as not to of '
grants ol'tbt'
.r' ::.; < ... eistauce by the East and Korth in their erroneous .: man. He has made a' last struggle for 11800 the'night of the lati&st;, by 'apt. Adams' lands which remain unconfirmed or unaurvey- very{so as to, impair the rights

,,:: courses' towards the South, and instead of of the' schooner'Lucy & Nancy, arrived at,this ed : Provided, That the President of the U. S. slaveholder ti ; and that in taking any

'.,1/: ._;' ''. the dissolution of the Union being put forth as Northern fanaticism and his bad cause port from' New York on the 22d ult. CaptA.states may suspend the execution of this provision,' .if .such control ;:.ft ?,transcends the liroir

;;;,,, .:'t../ the.sole means redress for wrongs the perpetration i is defeated' He .has yielded] ihe .vantage that, on the morning Sunday, the 18th I in his judgment'the' public interests require it. of its legitimate functions,by destroy,

!J '.i.... t, which ould not be averted, I preferred ultimo, about 9 o'clock,'when off the south pointof i of the
; / ground to the South. ng'the'internal' organization
; 1'i an expression if not confidence, at least Cumberland bland, about'12 miles from the

\ '". of hope, that there would be no necessity for a The results elicited by ..thismemora ;: St. Jo n's'(Via.) bar, the attention of himself, From. Charleston, Meicury2nd\. uwfr sovereignties: cieated it.

.1'. 'iil' resort to the terrible remedy. That hope I still 1 crew, and passengers, was suddenly riveted upon The TerritorJulTQucsfion. .Resolved, That; all. Termoryacqtirred ;
ble discussion ;
4. :,'". ..: entertain. I trust that all patriotism and liberality appear to be these : :thatover an' immense sea1:monster,.which he'(the Captain Our readers ,have; already; been apprised by: byitheiarms of the Unitedi'Staief I t'

;'{ : Y .is not fled from our fellow citizens of the the territorial property ofthe; :U. $. ) took- to'be ii"serpent;, It lifted Its head 'our telegraphic despatch from...Washington," or' yielded by ..with anf-.foftJ&il.
' 7 .' Northern and Eastern and : :
Middle which *
States. If I ( asthtofa snake) several'times out
that the proposition of Mr.Walker a (
) Senator .
the '
Constitution has '
much ; set'eratrfttiertbf
as force
j : could have po\yeiVbeldng-
procured.the as :
: modification of the ad of the'water,seemingly'to take ar survey o'f the from Wisconsin, for the establishment ,
'.:".::;l" ,:''. dress, as.I have suggested, I should have been over the United States, themselves, -. vessel; and at'siich.times displayed the largest' temporary, Government' for the territories a: ?' Unjon 'as 'theitjomt and' wmrh int

.l.. ;' s'" ,' proud to have placed I my namewiththoseofth that Congress portion or its'body; and 'a pair frightful fins cently acquired! by treaty'with Mexico was pr .1ytn:; 'wKich'each[ : anequalrights !lr 1!:
: : *-; distinguished of the bas'the'powerl'id'regu
: sons South
who did er' clairj'severat
sign it feet in length.' His tail
; wasnot' Monday of and that the UneDC
adopted on night by a vote 29 to 27. ; : tna
&fci'-v awl- if it is supposed that, from I late but not to establish the seen at ; .but 'from'the dimensions ;
any cause, municipal'I, anytime; judging It was offered as an amendment to the;Civil, the Federal Govemmentofanywhich'should law
;?:&:+:< ifcall be recreant to my State, or that 1 shall waier the'body, the Captain'supposes the and Bill by
institutions of such Diplomatic Appropriation and in
$frA In cay allegiance to her I am done injustice. territory;-but,that leviathan, to'be about ninety 'feet in length.Its .- the following words: was," : directly.o i >:'b jjtwprevent :i!

! ". If my hope as to the course of the East is a mis; both the regulation and establishment ,neck tapered small from the head to:the bo. "SEC. And be: further eaacted, >That theConstituti6nbt : th ,.citizen(qfjy.tatefrom'] ;'
jW taken one I shall obey the mandate of Florida. dy, 'and 'it, appeared measure about seven thcCUnited wjthVhelr Apu ,
: Y It is must be in accordance ,withthe consti States and all and, emigrating property,
expressed in tho fourth L. .
* resolution, in: feet acroarf the broadest part of the back. 'The
the several
acts .
#. w: ''.. these words. tution. To apply. the: 'case. ,'.Congress: monster iii ed'from the side of'the vessel and singular theregistering1recording'enrolling Congress respecting ,' licensing ever 'description, ,into suchr1ymildr Fett0TV
.ptI' 4 V "That, knowing no party names or political placed 'it., athwart its track'in' front of her or \ 'inalre' 'l(di-eimttj0tr9U1S
\ ;'i '4:. divisions, cannot.exclude slavery.from the territo ships: or'vesselsundcth entry' L "
, ;E4r questions involving in their.aetth bows{but Capt.'Adiirns, not feeling'partial to clearances thereof,"nnd:the foreignfand c nnd'i a:8nt iK.i'd, jii9yolatidCteTh'ofths .

t.\ .:\ ., ..J' pent and and lives consequences of those the character, proper; rial property, becausejtis a'Municipalinstitution' an encounter .,' bfaPsnakesbip; 'ordered* the ing trade andJisheriesand.: all'the acts respect Siiuesehiigratedand'#rum wJucJtiQ 1i tiffi
: we represent, wewe vessel to be kept off. A boy on deck (not knowirig the
ting imposing and'collecting-of duties ? i in'derogatiofl0Ct
a "
r .: ready, heart awl sonl,.with a united front, i by thee n Is. his'antagonist)'hud seized r :harpoonand; 'aU'ftcts ;
importsfiand respecting'.trade'a din
;hC"i," :< to join Virginia the Carolinas, and the other stitution. The j jnhabjtarits.pf the | wasiff'the'net' t striking but- on'seelng the. tertidurse'with Indlarr perfect cquility'that. belons'tt' ,
er i> > tribes/aDd all-acts. )( !
.: 'J'. ; southern, States, in taking such measures for e rodnding''to f and hiipthosethus thwarted the lands .. yeal .ai'es w .iximtiri'ofthe 'l'a'.lO_ |),%
public of iar and
Jj-.tt.-?: 'i ::; '. the.def nee of our rights and the 'preservation ritory cannot exclude until they form /hi'n alaimedl(not knowing the precaution; respecting general fchiraeter,'"and.the'!provisions, : public whereof anwpuld'tenii::' & rUjv'io _*dMW! -

Yl: .. the of ourselves highest wisdom and those all whom we hold, dear as a federal constitution. because: they: caiv,i, Got, order came from the Captain) "What'the are'-suitable5 and proper:t 'tbct: ;applied 1 Olth" Union itllelr.t j ,'fo<.d t 11 "1' !;'IZ'

; .:..> southern of may, "h ther'through exercise i no right but t : bll'yod keepirigOfPforH/:color'5 of the f fierritory Wesfof-the Riotfel N nte 'acquired I; ff.tFt lwd t'fh i'-if'in'disn-gitd '*liJrie
convention otherw delegated snake rfwas that of.ttf : :
or $e.; suggest ? dirty:ired and brown.- fMn'Mexle&btht* treaiy of thef.secondiFeb*

and- I devise/ btheStestoC. rigt Sa. ;: ,0 "s'J When :ifirst stendt iwwf beading;!toward .the faary,1'eighteen hnndwd'-aacMorty Sght;*be: of: thejpiril h ,.d1S and*principles 3 tt;*of the""ifcOp lilt'
can doso cheerfully, for I of,it.. \ 4 mouth of the.8t.Jphn's. id i I Qpnferress.pQ the adn t'iL" J .
...Mr. approve Thus we' perceive; 'jhisso: called x 3B ioo 'in y r s find the :Kimes'are'hereby te dedl'on an J ,. "i*!ionf>. '
president I.have: seized on this occasion Aathtle a.tories |:' Miiwun gtIJciJU ,
an'array'cireonistancesV' giy made ih ifQWforc&iand: efficacy f!into .the, :Union
-- : the&express my views in order to avail myself of abstract,:.question' e. ..jhyhpfe eyj f'Uami "'dateejand too entitle allt;id' t'eiritoiv'tlind; ;the Piesie t.oft th. known". asnhe :l\lillOurh Cdmpro
-. cfwlAi advantage afforded me by the publication' stone of our .federal" them tola'shadoir of credtnee lvreadAdams' that'Capt United t8ts.bsfl&' hef'i 4ierebyiouth6rixed; ,' f."I'a ''r- .. ":H ,. "l':1ju"lJ"e '
say.here.in Jhe two papers.of this city: government.A 8 has-nwde'-thU naralivetb J w3 nbCr.01' o sbndesta'lsh I all 'andneed : 'II, t'.d.t"ratlO .S'J
ttotreport. t pr : proper "?*10''> i..TJi fw' TJ"!SVd'' kv&
) b*'eDA ledto our,.know debates. My constituents.wilJ IQ1g.: 1 ,Jt J .pro (1 '_. d'\id.' ..'j: o bspr11" '': dtizensj'tUathehiin8elf.iiaimasterinfiritratestanding ; ful rules 'an ;lre uUtions,(iasoonformity* with of.'constuu'.'.. oq'rt'Jg l!.ana"' vII ylrfromrthe r-
what ? \\'f' U
*az4 ,, l 4itj and the motives my course for.it has and been arosafe as a 'community of ditUnctinui: related ,y t'ns nnd ih-the that; the!facts;her l; Were 'the f nstihitrofrbfnhi ITnited Sb ter)f. forthiiwaidtritoryanc r \I "g-\ ctl !!!, 't ab1t
.the tt pdrlor
: -mosi'jrespecta e'Qt'or "s
t b i.a'l I
-2.C. h9l country can { .H>,! u PQn.: IbecontryhqflUP h .J.
.aef'n.tld a1 may con t !
2IrOTe-a1 : adobtion or the .W !
Jt. .
e'y n tiglst. I h&v thus)
am .
t CursfelCirf i
entirely ( tsi
nointj*andu migjit becomes the'pjlt iii the b1ilb r IJastiC.thenl nan
:' 1 '.'i"iiI 4f J that co.une jandcarekasof.theopinf'i |- > i A. ?" .. rribhts..-..the of this an'noiinc mentjttW"calculate to hock I ft'm1tui '.t tt.t. odif1io'up the UI(I. Yi. 'o n"., ut lentrj eaiure;''iI'I

oJaf"u.Y e" I.ew$el1tion"lth ftJpeet and*o.it.'ust,1 thank e slt'nJef.Si.,. ,. 4 l..... 4..'!I ii.,:\ib,'' .Jp;) "f'!leEI.'il if'"l P.P:: goodmany. ;of dor readers-I bymothingelie rules angeiai t' W tl n8t.1ftin c.h t n .a bDaJ act.ftt", l t&'' 'l'tietal4 t'4Lw tioveramenta.: $ i 'S I
.* Iran )
> the resolu- having apprised &heinfof the't.dirlt.tioil dtscWet : :
U 'r.\hii ind .
UOll nil be larger.--t1etweaker sectionsat i > aproper may pecpte qfdiculiyin t..JI; arleitoncpul c
read .
.. and prwted, and l&jdx thetubjf ; f ; the pow.ero"hQaJ'ro i ken b"thi.ua.tupotiu>,,ft.Probably some.will kdribel and restabli5h: teinpDrajilyl such)-diBions !
/ aa moyed.bjtwy )Mt "'jW'Tf* V? ',i>- -. ; choosing iketwet
: f '
___ ague.1, ..,. 'VIJW.. ner", ..:.t'r1.' ..4 :(.. l't! 'f'. throw;:down! therpaper io-disgMt Jbeforel-they .,'districts, P4tt lomcts4nd'arl'UgenJenta two
010. : ;: ge'halt. the ; %:
'i' I -------L T : throBgb
; 1tor1imhtriWiU dtrabtraise tbeutI'tfaa1 *
'.noblo' kioni'. no r.r or :I4'i and ipscrifee : .
occupy Thep.atkno Mdt
po 1"t i-
'-Clt.tF Get.B AT"THE' their with'grWt patiehc othv tt'rii rDti1 st fel.KJP.i.nd
Mar 1V e underr 7 ;spflcs *pawl Jt such m mf I. du axSKafaasy 'rt

e 111tbe.. WWlIDgtoB lTnt 'lbat1th ie iire.. I"b'tif''ft'1..t4. ",to",, Ar'HJ e{ .tl'..t.tt"'f'X'1f'i..J; .(, 't F't !,'!*" ', .crs will,carious' to ia the e/o> the jnau in question, 1 tct ID I j.81i'tJ4M' iA: 4' r'i. r, g ,'oRjhc! one naajczcj 1W@-'jieabih "

J &m4aL4fkalifotniagH! dipoited'at'th.. mintwas 'claiDz_ that,Coiress vl.W t nomutht=" U' panca Inquire wHctherAhJa.elephant? O,1 J exQtr13eft JJ eaJF! !" 1)&J J\.All". .
ofMia elphut f tity tobfclissedTrith

, .'Th.. pto nll'eo, 'Fcl:21stor't'Oit''CJtCaUforD ge' 1 Fs" tJ ii. i Jat ht.. .o.4 MN I. ii'nfr.T ;C.I r1.1 tMit"r.ifr :- '-tribC'tW.wilJlDrtl1].th"'pllClt&ri atDrJf.'thaD or'reptn gOLII*Pp i: ,: btberwirt, :whcae.prodded Jautbority.eUllcontinue, 4 C9 : ..'d. ..c.until:.' .lq t wb'tIdit-i"M,.fu k1" .i it!: rJtP.:
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bich i terr5tory acqne '**v 't $5tyI iuJM ffl't f. .'P f; 'Mi6 : $ .
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P would mftke if the'datyof atlan? Thet"W'ererdl1o\ d.ibif'Mr' :: PORT-- .JA ? I 1 c I dwebf letting-the..pre din| one,'((: 3943J4Waaicola.lo
Congres *VVmTOnKam, : 'J (1,tt 1.01'Q I rt.'p .l Qf !!, .
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the citizen c 'theoF..' ns'thef. value '.| ht.' pl ltC .npl- -: I. : : "LSJOU_11 1 ; I1. Geneva Aiatma.' \h 'J .
an .
with Mr,. tu cov CLEARED it +1 an\ll.ic ee.ft..r
.d eir.y .CnqconorNew; Yorli.- i"i' lih l .
dearest privileges, l3M lf'iolf1.Jiri iiltiStt.JJ ''
dint their independence, and their; The last deputation', started .'from hereOn M'h 8-Sch'r GOT. And rso'1t1.T wrK.wtstt -1. ; : ; ut '- cf k1i rr C1hfful h, ft..rT t

retptty, united r this i 9 .g.Bt._ ?Jay31ToJionorable -- W 1J:1'S V t100n'ti n" 1m tu.t -2a ..2 41 11
, of to 'take firm, mornlng. Mwsre: 'Jasper I. tP2 ..:1l70". % .: t t'sS .. r. ,., .; V44&U'
property' '" "I'.i
concerted nt.tion in this emergency. : :Papy, .John 1 L. PKiiips :and' .RiIT4Hernandez. ? : s't.- :-r-' i'i' '\ I' tiI l'','Dl'; .st (e'Ql'd .r"ce. U &" 1a. XU".o
f slid rd 8fei9Hffinnil .Wlt neCt.l1I..v! e e'Wlw 'we L' "C1fte
pas- ; ., :'rhese1asfprpceea Fort : t -. : l!j ; UV18
Tliatwe_ ) ; ,4:
Resolved : Un.q
! Jsag.ofMEct&n' at Mooch eBetc -
f Df J'w ,by Congless, aboli.h.iog : Smith, Arkansas-where .we understand "354Bf ..1 ttim'TalUh&siefnf v'a' p'tn \r..fa..t\.
.ge any trade admitting they will hate Circuit:-of the ( MEjrCnm Wpr' i1.ily iia f j utJ D.l1eD
.111ery' or the *la"e or an escort :of Dragoons 'rit' 't-Y -* 1w" *G/ *-"'* ctf THIS *' IY t ticD.he1f'P' it d P5Wt1Zt

,''ave.'ro 'vote' in the District, ofd'rect _as far as Santa Fe.: ""They must cer Florida :- i r al.( waetictf'i&of'SeVeral, na'tS-tb"YeafsMri4iinH6u) wjsuiTt'i f ap jxfejisive cli- q i}{lL.i.Sti' S'othrby f4fw1'' i ljil i.)

Colurnbia as II attack upon the tainly have a jolly :jUrae:9n'the'ay, as Petition CHAKDLXR'':-o Gt;' tt i.L mTbise'whavs editthx ievss Ji .t l1extlU" .. t'emd:"'j'.:,-. ._ ''f>...P jTh.'!,

jsfitUtiOP5 of the sUveholding Stnt .. they have music as.. well as medicine A *Uf"1\bd Agetit of the-'-'United-State: seen it*wlutaryo effects nponroth.: *eed nb, .3 1rt t\i.at. l krlSiaf 't JI' rt
resisted at and the purchase of certain lands hereinafter- 'firth.revide: Jee1 tits .lni.&1 TII health' :. ) ; v Jo1if 'dt
t and as such to be every -' violin and ,flute, as scri bed, resp ectfulfy> h'owj\nhtoyourlHonor: of thousands great bu.u: BfN' 4a t a
. ; tnsvbeenuperfectlySrestbredTby' T'ctfo i .1 lfo1Dl1 ?k.l
lifts !
wel liaipickaxe i spaae md"sii.sho i i1er. io'
That the'United'States.desire to J
huard. this medicine, when all .theKretae iesihavefailed And 1 : "
' Resolrtd That in the event of the ." The. Sierras. will. 'reecho'nev. 'quire; bold over, occupy?,apa?.possessf or;sites Tl per n pb' "pe k 1 } *dt, ,;'t vlfejtt"71ay'di/f5 uacK-TCvwcrn'p f. m-nv,- *taa* pi.4i OB" : ;
.of the Wilmot strains. on which to. erect./3nd maintain forts;magazines tbe4isease P 'A 1 :i
by Congress fz'a, juemt to tPP\f1.dh.ell f tdlJi ni' t< Lt IN'i WO W $ laY! .
pA"age equivalent measure; The :flower of our ''youth have 'arsenals,-..dock-yards-' tber;needful tem, and restore it to sound and perfect 1ieaJtb,. .:*rLt .- 1'1 c ; f 'I.r.p.io.Y.Aul
very 43DW
: or any
1 proilo,- \ buildings.some_of, them -the following described < .. J 2!
r small
: Aj JVffWuion iJie. ri Q 1n. hivi.Frlds' :
t& =
abolition of slatervorthe .
forlhe tpEl .Dorado anil" now few ,
only a 1. .
: gone land
or anymeastTe ; lmds towit:: that.tract of situated and care.pffejf errand. o 1eriiseases.ot 1"B11i1yCothfort : L.1"T' *.
ague .
slave 1 trade or the a mis. -remain' to tell't he''ttle. all I .Amelia-Island .in g
As things on the County of.Nassau- .bilious climates/i{mayvbe hadjgratU of ihe tin-, : -1teform. by 13 m. Itt miles" '.l
ion to vote of slaves. in the District of here below are. so' transitory j ,ve kndw, } II in isnidState. ,;; known- the,.McQueen '.Grant'North ,- dersign. d t N! .r r. r'f? t' fJ t( "iI'tI'1h'n't- tw :if t A, 'rft"i'- : : AnCb b tw "lr'amiiil ;a

Colombia, that the Governor of.this not how soon the.rest will be "in tram,.: of'.Edgus Creek, bounded 'NorthEast: .1sojJ zumemauscertificates:f q 1.A.t : Proposals embrace Secludo Wil! coili d
ind West by the water*of river St.:Mary's and .higbesi.respectabHity tKe .ered.> f- ._. ,__
he requested sit" for the side' ; Xeftlfying;) o. great -
be and v hereby other of the continent.St. :
State Southt hy'marsh of. imid creek;and by 1andaf.BUchelot.running ;
efficacy of tls.n\ejlicine| jreain. be i549.. .Fobiuiat '
$ep pnjippli, l nWc esdaJ
\ to convene the Legislature rfugustint Herald &hIjirutrnnut ins I North '' ,
immediately 70 East froma mirhtnthis cation to %..yV,7 4 'R *clu Cf.y f$ m/9 nule t ')H

of this State (if it be not in SE1S. boundary, containing ..400 'acres/jnore: .t"o''Yn O. HOLl\'U:S"&lCOo;) "-, And back between Sam and Ham. '

lion) consider_ the mode and measure G.n ral.' 'or less. That,the said lands are,/owned by.the. Agentfor* Jacksonville and Fictmfy. ,. ,3550/ From..Jaspef'al G'Rm Monday'*-*f'-1 f P

redress. I In the.Senate, on the 24th Feb, Mr. Fitzgerald ,-heirs of John McQueen, deceased,: who" reside "' JacksonvillefPeb. 24, 1849. ..' 6n .' JHanaway ".- -By .-Ferrylfand'!Rswli f :

of That the citizens of Charleston : asked and obtained the-unanimous consent beyond. tke limits'of.the State of .Florida.-; >_ -.-....;, : > x-. _-' .-:' I' "-. 'FeriyJ f. <' : 9Z jJ4j4:
Resolved, of the Senate to introduce the following joint wit: Eliza MacKay, Mary -\nne'Styles,*and iVcgro.Caqght., vl 1 j *.To, Centre Village,'Ga *'by erp m Wnesday ,*

District will hold themselves ever resolution, which was read, and passed to the Benjamin Styles Wil 1.ID"MltcKllY, Ralph E.EI- 1 BROUGHT TO THE JAIL efDnraljounty -- 'j ,100 mile t '. '>r.-"rui
with their fellow; Hot and Margaret Elliot, William H. :rStyles.. And .
ready to co-operate second.raiding; at Jacksonville., on the26th of \ : back between 8 a in Thursday "'>
citizens of the slave States in any and R.es lv'd, That the President of the UnItedStates and Eliza- Styles Catherine .MacKay Robert ,[ Februarylast, a runaway negrojJwlK) .' --and6 p-in Saturday.: i .--.-i".ft

measure that may be considered be, and,he is hereby, authorized to con. ? "MaeKay and' Sarah .MacKay, Abram B.Fanning 'itays-that:bis "'JACK.andth: 3551. 'From Pilatka ntS' ni Friday < .jj j-ij j1w<

erery for fer upon Major General Winfield.Scott the brevet 'McQueen McIntosh; 'Georgia MCintosh, Florida ? he belongs:to'Mr.'0111et-ofAlachna ctrantyjiint : To Newnansville by 6pm next day,"37-"I

h1.them expedient maintaining'theprinciples appointment of lieutenant general of ,the Fannin and Jane Fannin, -,wbo- is his.i State. -Thfe: owfler requested :to come ., >-. miles'l'i"r. : ., ...? /< tffA \ & ;-
of the foregoing resolutions ; of the United token of 'a minor, and JohnN.. Lewis her, guar-. : d Jback between'6 '
army States, as. a national :.torw6I.rd1 pay charges, and take him J ny.1? ". } a a Sunday, andri ?
indtbat for the purpose of being always gratitude for the services he has rendered '.;' >, 6"-pin next day. -'- ? #1: V >*/!. i I -

prepared for such co operation and pro. his country and in honor of bin distinguished Rctd and John R. Read, a minor, who resides "- .- Jailor Duval County. Proposals to c commence, at ,Orange-Spriap11i
in Savannah '
Georgia, and whose guardian., will be considered. "''. Y '
ability as a genend. Jacksonville .Alarclx 3d tf ;:) ;It
OF ACTION a Committee Mrs. ,:1849.3 /
dacraj CONCERT William G. Read,who resides in Baltimore
.. y. .... h____ 352.Frbm'AThgttorit'r;
of Safety to consist of twenty-one per. Senatorial Election .of Henry Cldy -The .\iiryiaua.yionn WlLllamSOfl Julia Williamson ., AdmiiiistratorsrJ>Totice.7-v H? -To..Olust: t."" "R "Ii VI .,. .,:S
ions, be appointed by the Chair, which Louisville Chiuniclea very decided Democratic' William i McQueen, Anne McQueen. Your-petitioner .. ,, ,: SALE OFjREAL'ESTATk""* :1 And back 11'i \ ,'.r" oj. ,.

be charged Committee of Vigilance piper, confirms Uie. general belief. thl.I:.. is informed and tbelicves that William ; Bidders will state the distanct'and tat Gui
shall as a -
Clay returns.to the .!. S. Senate.in defiance of McQueen resides in C.Llifornin and that all the r>URSUA t W anoVd\ruth jaflgl of Probate of departure and arrivalS -.- t ,

and Safety to correspond with 1 the Tnylor leaders. in Kentucky.: The 'stnte- other-heirs whose names are above set forth, -L- of Duval County of this date, IiwiH 3553. Froto New| :Ti1II at 8k m edseaday

other like! Cowriitlees and to take all ment of the Chronicle is curious, and we giveit reside'in State of Georgia excep't Mrs.-Will- offer: for'sale4 Pub1icAtion-onihe first i': By Wacassa. _. .

future measures necessary to carry out as foil owe: lam G. Read.: as.. above stated.... .X petitioner Monday' inApril"netetc.4ulng-aL'the': u sual: !: 'If;" !QC a-Kejs; ly-ify m?en; yi' 1t..

the foregoing resolves. Mr. Clay liu3forcihimse1t upon the State- further htates that theUnited States and the Hours. of Sheriffs t.e"oUowin.t. destaibed'" I. ,'OJ .j"l; mileaL. .. 1). J 't 11. .: ... J1 '
for howevermuch the Louisville Journal and owners of the said laiids cannot eontractor .real estate.ofjEliza'M.,Cricntonx .de eaF- ne' .. ,And ack,between.C m.Friday? an4TjLl

\ Resolved That a copy of these TCSO- Lexington Reporter may attempt to create the agree for the sale purchase thereof. He Lundred and thirty.((130)). acres of :Xan"dmoreor | 'c::. \- ,p.iflt next day.. ', .. 'U'3 \\
Unions be forwarded to his Excellency therefore that a venire issue less situated on the St. Johns E.iverr Du-, .
imnresion that it is the wish of Kentucky that prays may to the ; "JFrom Newnansyille at S.ain 'V;ednesdall.i .

Governor and to each of our Sena- !! \1;. Clay, should return to the Senate of the Sheriff or other proper officer of the Circuit val County, and bounded on the South and East ',)\ ...BY. 1adjsQn .Qr& oJ. ; r:L.>

tori and Representatives in Congress. United States they can deceive no one. Court Nassau County, requiring m .to,sum by lands "Eleanor A. Crichton, West by'St ; To Orange Springs by 6 p in mI1U'.da

Col. Elmore addressed the From the very moment that he was serious'yspokei mon u competent jury to be, and appear before Johns River, North and East by lands of Cal-J & %_..60meJ.} ., 1k..i: 1-
meetingat of as a candidate, there was an intense your Honor Wednesday, the.23d day ,of May yin Reed, North by lands'of( Cl ar1 Byrne: I And back between 6 a Friday, aad .
some length in support of the resolutions feeling of Alarm and terror amongst the friends I next, nt the Court House in the.county of Nas. the same being one-eighth ((1- ) of.a tract _t.: .i.pm' eulaJ'f"I:: ;

and with his accustomed ability of Gen. Taylor, throughout the whole State. StU, to hear and finally determine .the value of land owned l>y the .late. John Crichton,. O'j .Quere fWhether this route wiU be u IC. ,

portrayed lie wrongs nf the South, and The Louisville Courier took strong ground a- the suM lands. And your petitioner further I ns.'-Tweed8ide." .andsituate at, the mouth of1 ry,4n ease .letting route.. No. 355. from -..:
him \Jr. Harbour member prays that an order may issue toa Julington Creek. The satd real estate, to I latka Newnansville. -
the neres>ity for a firm and united gtinst a whig of competent .. .. 'i.h i i.
the Kentucky Senate, declared in isJ.place that surveyor, authorizing and requiring him. to sold for pavment of debts of deceased. .'! 3555. rFronLMieanopr S a m Friday' '
against ,11,1 "
jtand farther ajffre-sion. lr would not vote for a man who would go to survey the said lauds and to make a plot thereof ALEXANDER W. CRICHTON, I' By Fort Clark rri t'..- ::
He was followed by Hon. \V m. D. I Washington determined to-"rule or ruin"-and and repoj-t his proceedings to your Honor, on Adm'r: Estate o(Eliza M. Crichfpri,'dec JCo Kort.Harle'e by.7 p m, 40..v. i.. .

P rtert who seconder inr. solutions in some of the T'fvlorites of the Legislature held or before Saturday the 19th day ,otMay next. Jacksonville February 19tb, 1849., 4. Arid back between, a m_and..if.'ai tl

a jpechreplete with glowing eloquence i. it in serious consideration to attempt to defeat' And your petitioner further prays that after Feb. 24.. 30da :. '.ne t dll. 1 .. ...; .
the legal notice has been givenf9 th -saidowners '. Proposals to embrace Fort Crane te
him: wli..il T:IS thwarted, is.far as we learn. e. ; d .:
and true Southern feeling. hy tli e _I:_:__Tinip.-i..inii_ _.__.__ '-- nn -- --- -- :
On motion, it was ocratb'J ia case such a contingency--'oJ nol should< arise, ,. and-after'th'e value of said' lands. .-- 'hk'rn-- -<, !jA LIt PERSONS*indebted to t theestate 3556.. ; From J&cktionvjJla.at 6-a m Tuesday, > .;
Resolvd. Thnt ihe Committee of to vote for )lr. .Clay, being well satisfied'that been ascertained :ih the manner prescribed by- t .George Chrircb, late of Duval county,*''. n '>j Haddo k' K11k .d'S N au Oil: .p

\\wf'nt.oue' appointed by the Chuirtnan the devil will be tu pay the moment he takeshi the statutes of Florida ot 1845 and 1849,'to the fla."id cea8erItcome forward and;,make im- .t.nndfW t.ock) fj,_:

seat in the Senate. satisfaction of yonr Honor ind after'SU1"Ycy' medute. payment And ,all persons: whatever'baying ... .rost.Maij's, q by6p.mext days
his leisure. ,
at thereof duly-made'uriderlhV direction your demands 6agninstthe; said ,estate,,,will, "-SOinile& -" '<. -. t

S Honor that your Honor will order and decree render them in within two years, authenticated , rAnd b I( between fl a' fei. iuxsdaj J -
From the Charleston Courier, 5th inst.. ) PRESIDENT BONAPARTE has -granted a pension the said lands to be conveyed in'due 'form'to as the lair directsor tb.fr mrtieeCwill Le 'arid. 6phi: next dayi, : ** j
Fronl'Vasaiutou.. to a widow with five children whose case the United Stales; to'be held,ow'netl pleaded in bar of their tftf :
'and possessed recovery. .S e 'pt f'os als-- for that', part of" &! .:
is She is the widow of theonly f *
We have several, but short despatch- an'interesting one. by them for the. purposes aforesaid; 'LAWRENCE RYANAdm'r, rente between. Nassau C.HAnd St. 3laryTa; anv e
U from \Vashington, in relation to the man in the Fusileer regiment who wasnot and that a copy of this i pe-tition'be'rnblh.hed in' : Jacksonville, Feb: 24i849., ; j2m_ iur'ited. ." ; "' : '. .' .
killed in Moscow. One
the retreat from dayCapt. in :'this State From Nfeau : '. !
swme newspaper for two'months 3557.-. C H kt 8 Dr Frida *
pro"-' dint? n of ( ongres on the last day Jumontier came to announce to Napoleonthe U dministratnr's 1IcI.klliS1 -
.j. before the day appointed for the hearing. And jper-: .To F J ndln b .. i's'' '( ilCI'' VI '* .t :
of /-.ion, the substance of which arrival JWUrshal Sey and his corps. Na. your'petitioner as in duty bound will ever i sons indebted to, the Estate o'f Joseph .And. '* .. '' ortIere hint his late of Nassau Fla.deceased ., 'f. t
ri f !' .': poleon to rejoin regiment.An pr3Y &c. C. C. YON'GE Bergallo County, neit: day: '7 i :,) : .' -.t 1t'1..J S3Z5S.

; :init-, evening session of hour or twffafterwards, Napoleon perceived Att'y and Agent of the United States. will come forward and make immediate pay .' 'Fro i Pilatka at 7 'a ninisdiyb- .!
Capt. Jumontier standing near 1&soldier, whose ment. And all whatever, having de-
L'I''I1n'i : fa' Fortification Bill On motion, oft.( C. Yonge, Esquire: Attorney persons By ATolnsia, Fort Butler, Enterprit '4 :
wajl singular dress attracted the Emperors.notice ; "jands against the Mid estate,will render themin "' -
and of the said Mellonrille .
: ; *>M"i On the Appropriation Hill his head was covered with a sort of Cossack Agent United States within two 'years 'authe ti atecJ as the law Toibe ; j
bonnet and instead of his uniform torn vest It is hereby Ordejed,.That Joshua A. Coffee, directs this noii be"ptead.IhTbarbfthfeir.7ecovery headwaters 6f St JonnYriw-
winch c-tjne Mr.t Baldwin offered a or e'wiij. > 'f" '
up, an of Duval in (&rrater) by T 169s
which scarcely covered his shoulders., The Esq., County, the State aforesaid, D.'ACOSTA.. ., .'* p Thuriaay. ;, .
amendment the Habeas Cor- be and he It ? : < 'miles .II ;
extending hereby appointed to thetract' .
captain and.the soldier were marching steadilyonward. JNO. A. CAVEDO, '..:
i I
I ])Ukto California and New Mexico, and Napoleon called to him in a tone ot of land in tjie foregoing petition mu en- -. .Adm 1iltratol'Li" 44 :.adbk between. 7"a" "ida7. 'tad
i prohibiting' Martial) L&w. On this an impatience and ill humor:: ti ned : ': Fernandtoa. Feb.24,1849; .2m'> 7 jith-uth1" 'tJ". : 'i2;
And it i* further Ordtrect,That the said Joshua .' ,: ,'-, 3:3g: : Frbinttlie"h ad:wateif SV- hjfri
i debate took in which "What are you doing there 1 Why Lave you -
tinting place, A, Coffee, Esq., dp make a true and Correct at 6 a m Friday -.1" .
Messrs. Butler, Baldwin, Foote, Hale not rejoined the head your of regiment and ?taken". your survey of the said.fract of land, together with 'a. Pln..' if. BJos. "' .&' 'B :" 'KEB. .J d: r.l;!' By Indian'meffPalo BahXncieyaad- : '

and Johnson participated. place,4>'Sire at I have not your lost an company instant in obeying a plat and the proper field, ,no!thereof. and .Sttorntn ; at TLab .. :' Jupiter .- ". .>> >? ",,i, '*

I ID the House, the Indian Appropriation your orders.ii ." that he return the said survey; plat""arid field 'r: : ; 'J'J! ., .' To Miami: Dade: cohntyriby land) by X 9. -

Bill What do ? You don't, understandme. < : notes to me the undersigned, Judge of the Cir : .JaCkDViIfr1FIas'. I i p m next ThtlrsdaO milea ruj '
and discussion took ,
came a you say .. "
up r'- backibetween ,
cuit Court .
forth Eastern
Cireuit 6amrIdyu.
ofthe Stateof ': .1" f -'_---:;' ; '. ".t"f
r place on nn amendment offered. Florida, at .my office in Jacksonville', ih Bo- McRouERT BAKER. s. S7EcEz J JI pm next Thursday r n' J. *? i +.
Sir I .with / .
. The House met at 6 P. 31. on Friday ** regiment am ?my" regimentYour ; val County aforesaid,. in, the_ .State aforesaid, I : Jan..64.9.1y, ( .. ]! 35507.. ..Tampa, at t. '* UdJ' *:. -A jr-
duly certified nri or before. Saturday theJJJtb I .: ---- .By Manatee i. j :
rrenmtr and the Civil List Bill t.
was re- Yes Sire the regiment of Fusileers of the I .
: '' f .. .i: "-To .
: Sarosota
; ',
diy.of May next. < < ,by .50 milea a fo iA
} ported. The House all Guard. ,
rejected Imperial for the-JHail.
Proposal I
propositions And it is further Ordered. 'That the ttter.of And back between AT ."- o' ,'*-*
f for the (.internment of Cali.I. uBut where is it,-then? the said petition be set for hearing befqri tne oJ4i 4'W &ORuLtExtract ;t-1-J Separate proposals to supply Manatee froa L
Then hoarse voice cried- NEW ROUTES IN .
fornia. The Senate amendment .was the undersigned, Judge as aforesaid, :'at'Oie : Sarasota, in case. .of letting toute No/3563. ,'art t

r rejected by a vote of 100 to 114. A -"Present, my was EmperorP'l'heToice that of the soldier near Jumon- Court House inN ssau' County, in the State jvA** " i act*5.1 f f.Cpagresi ofc.>d1tqz, inlited:!.' ,'t;,. c'L, t' J.
&' section 3561. From
$ aforesaid, according to the prayer of the'id ? Tampa at G t a ia Tuesday j_ Ttu. '
conference between the two Houses of tier ; and the widow succored by Louis Napoleon t.lti if/rjhai--1t ; I : ;
ekwJsa U
petitipnerj on Wednesday'the' 23d day of May "iii'! tfiir-1I ct /1f X--'ByHitchepu and Fort'CbUlia':. I
: ortgress tras tty take piee) '.on the item is the. widow ofthi" soldier.'-Batten Bees next,'at one! o'clock, v. tn. 3 the duty of the Pj s tm teI r.aJniJnf11: To Mellonville.? by 6:pIa.TI a3dayJlOtailesJiiss 3 3

t for the purchase of the Washington and .- Aifd'it: further Ordered, f'h;t'a copy of the, ture letthgs.contnictSj for.tbe.transpprJLaticm' ..01..61011 > usflatue? 'J 3-. ";.J.C-l.1" S

: Monroe papers. po coaD. N. H.. March 2, 1846.( .i said petition;and of this ord be'pubhshed for of tilematl tq\ct.t.h saw.et j jerj sq i And back between:6'A .Fridaiad -.4 -

, The latest informs that MY. S. W. Fowle-Dear Sir: .Two years ago the period of, two months before the ,said 23d the lowest bidder teftde? ns sufficient'guarantees ; 'eo. : lf,1J um'.Sanchy "\'., !' I.( j .. 4j

Hbesewion dispatch the past winter, a sudden and .violent attack: day ofjMay nexti7Tu't.TheNews! ;" '.'public foCfaitWal perio4 nee, tbjmt"p er t.je- 3562.* From Jacksonville at "am: Monday ad
of Congress lerminated e .3 tfThnrSdajei-s& C{) }&G>i> 'i ail .
yesterday upon my lungs by exposure to cold, confined, nespjex'prizifed; flndi/publisned: .at'Jacksottville ference the mode of sucn transportation ,
!, morning, great excitement exis- me to my room and bed for several.weeks; and ;-In Daval. corihfy'aforeshid\ -------------I, Siay be necessary to provide fi>c jthe jI-Je F 1 To St. Augustine, 12 m, 38 miles *'':

tlag towards the close. 'l'heCivil List when 1 recovered I was so much oppressed by 'GIVE tirfdw my'hand, talhefflty. of{ Tallaih ty, ceyt*inty+and sec.uriy.Q(.itranspqrta., ?>..n, isAodbr.ck. ; tietwe ni-amandt4 p.

t BUI,, the Mexican Board Bill and the difficulty in.breathing, that was incapable .wt isseeinthe, SUte..aforesaid! ; this" !2d"day o"f tion; nor shall any:,new.contractor.berea.tterbe *' '!% : &!. t- -y3'i i'' *s 4. 1J"T nf .. 1'

F Bill for rapid walking and violent_exercise, and often March,. A..D,.1849. \: requc&tOiJfl'chas94t, prcie..a. yalua- f Proposals make clozr'eo ezjonz'wjj .
I the establishment of a Home was unable to sleep.or rest upon a bed y.p ght. rI1O.tDOUGLAS.Jjide&c. lion, the stock or vehicles of any previousjcon I steamboat at Jacksonville Trill beconiidered.
Department, were all passed. The suffering was frequently extreme, and March 10, 1849. '.'l' "v,I. .. 1' JO'r. M S we. y ,tft\1 .::1; .a 13. t :iJt't 35 3.t From:8 1 AugUEtine, bySnjyrna'ltrdUa'iverj > 1.

!r 'The Bill for the issuing gold coins judging from the inffficacy of the remedies -" 'J : I I." -f -1 i-! "J.t-f f e, r u1' 'il' % 5::'r Bidders will be careful to read the forms r Ban LucieJilP3t: MiamLKey Char- t.- -4 a.;

:, o/tfie viJoe of one Dollar and.the CenBjHiwfc used, I supposed the disease,incurable. Being Tux Assessor's.Lust; Soticc. jr anxi.tn$tructiot1S nppended{ tce3this>*adtertise- ''wilott.iiiolddiKey" Key West, -

loi ; pa-ssed.both House.. persuaded to try a bottle \yistiirs'BalsAm oj' UNDERSIGNED, 'Tu'Ass: ssorTi.nd' ment. They. are requested to state in.their; HbOiiSarasotaTampz St. Markrs.Jcseplx's Cedir
The Wild Cherry, without the least Confidence in its THE. ( for the Connty (P..I1Y81J State? proposals .thec"TOCde ty rhichitlie3nifl.tendtoconvi Keys, p-J-thioota.a; I

Senate lias.refused to take up the efficacy,.or that! of any other .prescription, ho of Florida,'will attend at'thefollbwjijg5plafceffor ib\inail.Where'/the i site-rnidw Jght a11d.Bk..Andrew'S to.Pc ;? -

,.California Bill,] with the Wilmot one can fully understand Qiy surprise and joy, 'the purpose of nssessiiig the Revenue'ef the ofth.*iiail8, or;thy p eed,: 1eirdtthe ,cola mont 9hPr11iei, in steam o ap f'.i dack-, twice. a .

Proviso.. cttachrd, by a vote of: twentyte when I found tlw i icnt y almost entirely removed State and Connty for the year 184$:.L '* &,LAt schedules, shall require it, the contractswillibemidetor e r t3rae -'''pWfoietioiicfti ab,
bottle had been sWam>ul T6ad '
usedup.- COach
before one convej
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tb01CekZyfive. :Hou .
. aversion to medicine arid seldom !Laurence, Byan's i & 'hl incejt ftgr-thB JcasemayMj: ;conseqnentlyT: tto j
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lilt I ba the C tIi.bJI on:Saturday, March I7th. 1849. *.. ,,. ( Jet ,bids. '
n&ge4'pon but r "I suehl routes c-be :to
\ propoiing'.snth
form not syrnpa.tbyiritbrny Y
using'-il any fpg At,Samuel B.'JThompson's StOze B1ackee9tk r&> &> **'*&'& >a&fc,Urjjrf >31i3 i:
ilts all to make t .. mode of iiJniall> elh Jkaaesn'lhe
>op6.Huns being fellow sufferers inuucesme : {P : ., .
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iato.iht be 'artm- routes proposing I. nne 4aItiw
ebate. :A 'grand ':row this! iiib1ic.!ttnt, and'recommehtt: .. At ..DarhngITuesdaIIarclk A,. o r teJ1' MkR & -e t-Y. 1 .t"-t_ ; .
place! cheape t-mod io.tDl1: tllU ,114"snit C J htoJto g n.erj ; i,
lfk early cle to others iimnartyafflicUcl.e o.t" 1S9,
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Ficklinc(0f.Ohio. with a caner! \1 : ; Mareh22&itS9. ,, ff4'f..fAt rOt'ri :1'1'wt. .11United States from.thelstcday' Jniy, from to b!
The Jlsu\of the. rejection of all .Signed I. U Top t'For e rapper : Cot. Johu.Br.QwlLr d''.tr 9 t "W"I'e." tS49lt thtcSOtE of?JnnMSaiJullicJiHttTe. tbti t'l memJ,. e : 1

jOSitsuhs' in reference I to Crfifottijfell aie,irhol.* al .'and. retai'Vby" -. ,n' SaturilAy, fOJrM 4 i Wl'T& FB thwAuI berecel*tf4e.tmc. t..i t :PJ19r !tJ e,(1 Jnl / J 1
leave Gen. P "' 7r. '. 1' ,' O/HOtl&tJ!&
indit rsiforF.Snijth Governor .f' ., "' l' j hvijf V fF: Jay Tuesday,and.Wednesdayjthe-Solh,27th 'Y8shi ci.\tfitll'tf i ;ftfr.t1 ei'4: Apnl{ Picepjp sd3..1 u IT' f) 1
iiunderstd ,., and'8th
that oll..t. : Marcb1B4P.oi ti10 Shith" 'tAnTlLto
: Gen.Tayldrbfretairi i. F' 0 J. 1' j 8eo7'be de' !l 1Jtfii avi I Tha41u ildteiccbtoaniedby! die certificate

illlt.t p thrempon ; And by drnggisti gea.ralythrougbput.tbe) ; ; ;It is QP.e4.Jh&P! ll1r'mad&J 849') 01t ii1utes ar4 ill JhefDDa'tl2 'f a postmaster, .o tbit ai-i&l u& l
% tbat United; States., -*=;J'f MwduKWWe .-' elrJrWBSimU we iuie-'b Ii1evtz4ri1-w" 1' *
poslion, lQU.'l nvi 1g': haUhe.11IftrantorSorpto ftVr -
khat territory uder i i7n ncejQrJ J rW 'M rlemMi "n m"t .t"rU" 'ilt' ?.m tttt)4.: .ible to..make good tbqiqap.ntee.,, ':,;. -
a.emi.military.fO'ernment. are auThorized d requested : ("j", ,f il .t to AU e4hifTax ")tJ JU 1 'ffnHljf"'J '.. li tt .{ lt- fZ. ,tt5M2. 'I'h. ; _T hul lcJ tf&o dept'?
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A" DARlENi i.BRUNS\YICE.f f1 ::1 u. (,I TEtE1t: &:WDSONM FALL ?ts0TjW*'WAAt* w Jw *-i(jCi CaT4fcr JsysyJai E.h } who,hsa thio D .1IpJtaf..Lt

1 i .i;. .!,' r Ltt.t ,. _. ">'" .- '., J ACKsONV1LLg. BCREEAN1PICOLATAFLOI ; _.'i.f"v.to ,. :. J> (Occupy the.:Jpadous':HVE STORY,WAREHOUSE The', greatbeaut7 and superiority of this.r-l Sarsapanltaover -* pc1dpgtbashuu14teg1e Fi Jerl,d;' h.'
.: fI!: It 't' rrr rat iOVIIl:& OP THE STATE qTrLoz3DA.- .-. ,iL ,.,- "-4 l'o'1 No. 56 CEDAR STREET,-the WHOLE *IiobLer! remedies: .1'; :it.trafbody'consnmptlitt .. .i 1ft- take Jt- ., ."J'1it..lfi,
:Jt i\: '.' -I S Tt is required i by law: tifit an: Ia :connection'';"with itJi.e st tjD i i 'of which is devoted the'exhibition and ale.o : .'ditidt*' Q 1t1TIgorsthe .1 1. "ilth' fOr'IDY otthelJ* oU J..fttt- I"t

t". I to WHERE be held in this State on the Mail:Steam-packets[at Barannali,\ theiteamer. (the Single Article of *-P/ 4: ",\ :>ctiredbronochitisj }'- u < diseibftoiibIih f'ja Jt.rM 'dbfe1t

: hr first Monday in May next, for a Register of SARAH.,;. SpALDING,,:fh a;iPalatktO.Lake J'7. ""w n;lcleause IlDd..trensthtD-"O d't' tineeciflifcn 'TLiaI'ptrioch i tt..u ..tali:

."c1:4:" : Public Lands, .to hold until the first Monday of Monroe, the IT. 8,Mail.Stages,'.from Ficolata:toSt. R, RISJCRE; J C_,.,?J.i'rOO'E?,.,. .s._ _A .1 .c nlumptiCft canbe fDr ra1ye.rbZ uaingtbj. titdie ,.'l 1

rt ; 't : October,;1850; .also, for Judges of,Probate.for Augustine,'and from Black Creekv via?New.nansville .,. Their, present Stock-. consists. of, nearly" "cQId ;consumption t4rrl1",:liver'cbmplain ,q J Its1.aJu.b1e., ,:11,... those,' tho..atf.. "t. .;11
I-I: It tbe several Counties to hold till the first..Monday JUugatdr:AlinerahSpringi : hie 'Thousrind Packages ; uthindipit. wo z\u a'i CUUlt t 1".c "
,11,:i'r; !'. of October, ISM, and for Justices'' r the: 'umbusj toTallahassee.OCAMULGEE 'Erat>ibg- le '.THOUSANDS :otf-dilf"ti ht-\ 'tinjr6f blbod,1;soreness in the cMst/17" Ib1'q l kiJiJDg1! 'bThOd Dd'JntJ 'f1' .,

r.trt :\,.. Peace for,,each District in the several"Counties, .Capt. P. M Neltl' I P.1tterna and,.coloringsand comprising everytb1ng i.' ":i hectic! flush, night sweats,difn',' V 'sstemk4ndeedthIs! sdItltjIsj4'lka.;

,, .. .. hold for' all of said officers Uwirabte in the line 'FOREIGN S'.al a lt9r prpJuaeezPep. 1 all.lh'I
I to two years ( to W ..G ASTON, Cap J ohpJe ard ,1 .r.f44"i t 1/ I J.o ., ,_

(IJ,.. ;t I)il' continue in office till.their successors-shall be ST. MATTHEWS, Capt.,Nicholas_ ,King.: .! DOMESTIC. VWM V.J.t..! >. .of,. toration h'h and\..'pain*' p c5 'r ."It. )b1'4Cfalhe wbole. "a "t.

({ ., ,i.:. ; 't, elected and qualified.) These:packets leave Savannah every TCISDAY I ;:AH
1t.''t''.':: '0 IT is HEREBY ORDERKD That the said. electionbe :And SiTtiRDAT.MoRjftNO, ,at 10 o'clock, and arrjveatPicolatain.timefor .- satisfactory credit, &t ibeLOWESTPJUCkS'by aafe'' an. t.. "' imp rit I iiot{ 'tat"Ift :)
l"': r held throughout the State, according to law. : .the Mail ,Stages togo -* ,(i .! fi'..,:'...) 'J ;'caD be Q' /"I beyititjonj 'tis r tiJ'a Q\i

;.rL; -1 : and the officers whose duty it. is to order said through to St. Augustine before night_very V'pJEcis '.OS.PACK AGE. V < ,:0'J st .1'' i. cured. "d' 1. "Juch Ja tbcase..of 1rJ00t.utd1d i

r. i;f, : ::: elections will take notice here f. .Thursday and Moridayl > New, Stiles' are received' almost every,day 4 'Probjably'fhere'never eras a remedy.that\has 'for"'fl'JDule weakness and ditlae. 'lalii'
f-.. .Of Witness hand and the seal of the been so successful in despefate cases of cofisunijjJonas'this DlSE.ASE OF ,
great own THE
my and of them are gotupfor our lesj' ", lIEJfll7' tmtUj
Pal tka and many ,
> : : :. .. ,State given at the Capitol) this 20thSEAL. Returning' ; eteryTtfESUAT above and not to,be found elsewhere. ; .it cleanses And Btrel1gthtns the' 'HI H 'ruBE ND'j1o fg4
' .''i. :f;, .... [ .] day January A. D.1849, and of the FRIDAV AJToRic wo, at. 7 o'clock,"touching- as. |3r':Printed lists ot;prices,'corrected from system, and appears to heal the ulcers on the ,r-;nJ', Jj f1.i NiwroiiuJu1 'Wffttb"

tJ:: :-.;;: .: Independence of the United States the each Theyare way. both 7tw prestcre boats:in. complete day to day, with every variation in the market,' lungs,health and the and patients,gradually regaia.thrir DJlJl.owils Dt :'Eir ; t l'y.Q'ti"1
:: 73d WM. D. MOSELEY usual strength. Jttcfttfflictcd with>
the : .
"f'>, year. order and furnished in res. are placed in hands of buyers.' : : .a. Jsta OIth4tl.
handsomely every '
:'.'r Attest; Ooernor.I commanded 'of Well .Merchants will be able form some idea of CURIOUS CASE OF CONSUMPTION/ with, a terrible ,"f9f o'er Jft.q-'l.D
f1'-l; r. ::. A.E. MAXWELL, Secretary of State. peet; are the by gentlemen and their patrons 'the'extent and variety 'of our assortment,when There is scarcely a day parses but' there area 'thfgmter prt bV t1e'tllDf.\S1a.. .f '
known experience on route '
)': : January: 27., 1849. 2mHOLMES air'w red that every attention will be we state, that.the value of our usual stock of number of'cases of Consumption reportedlm I rdub1d, 'Ithb'ctjntering'of fbt irtar
." t ,0' I cured by the use of Dr.Townseiid's anaoarilla.. the heart lif)'
. f!\r : 'paid. to the safety and comfort'of passengers;. this ONE ARTICLE is at least twice the value of ,which. ;IIUI1ltQifb1'
the entire stock:of dry goods usually kept by The fulfowingwaareceBtJreceiveI: rtresaWi ,'Illdl has'1eaeber : f ; $ '
) ? i ': & CO. and to the careful handling of freight. Uf'DtJl.Wta,
DR. TOWWSSMD Dear Sir ,For the tied 1tG
'O largest wholesale jobbers 'This fact .together : last 7he"rupt1U'e
h 4..0I." '.'a AGENTS.: Savannan. with the fact that our means and our three years l' have been afflicttd with general ss .Sh'C t '

Vgi1-:: "!' TVTESSRSHOLMES & CO., have removed Brooks A. A..DeLonne Tupper, Darien: attention instead of creing divided among a vast debility, and nervous consumption of the last with, ggsrsssfflfchad :

, K* J"A;: their stock of Merchandize to the large Alex. Scranton., Brunswick. variety of articles, are devoted wholly to ONE. stage,and did not expect to ever'gain i 'my healthat taken but..thl'te'oottll'l of-witf iSrtSi

4'v..! :;r:! building formerly occupied by the United States, John Bessent, : -St. Marys. will render advantages which'we oan offer all. After going through course oi'medicine medicine she was tl1tireIy nUned oftle
'.; 'T..i ... known as the Government Building. They Fernandez fcBisbee 'Jacksonville. to dealers perfectly obvious rand it shall be under the care of some of the most distinguished ofJhe lean, aDd the :ru Qft.ha'IbD cH i

. .;:ii ;!'O have added to their stock, by the late arrivals A. Coy, -. e. ''Black Creek. our care that '.none who visit'our establishmentshall regular physicians and member of the /"h ..PPJ"'J V .. t' _, .,

:* :;3 *'r: from New York. a fun a8801"1111611of Dry Goods} Geo. Cooley, .. Picolata. .I- meet with any. disappointment. Board Health in New York and elsewhere; au.t ti t.r'aro" L,:&J

'.'%r.' ';' Groceries, Hardware, Provisions, &c., &c., .R.R.Reid&Co, ,- Palatka. ,,/' Our assortment is complete at all seasons of and .spending the most of my earnings in attempting -mucJ. 8.bnfn 'We 'hadbeao h'1"ffiiJ

. t"L': .:/; which they are prepared to sell at reduced N. BJ:Goods' consigned to the Agent.
*v.,/'.j i.r;: prices. free of commission. Freight.from Savannah 8.-B. F J. LEE.; formerly of; the firm of in some paper of your Sursap rilla 'resolved 'ofiseases..43itjt a,II,1tJ1'DI, iUt.

>**&'. '::* *,:' They are now prepared to purchase Cottons, I and Charleston, and all way freight. Lord &Lees, and late senior partner of the original to try it. After using six bottles I found it peal. relieve, i Ler. r the. 4rtpsy. t. ,apor,

|4 : :V r *; Hides, and other produce of the country, at theVb' payable shippers. firm of Lee & Brewster, from which connection done-me great good, 'and called to see";ou' at .thit'thiti a t temeit'js strngj:to -Isrfz

> .4--; ': highest Market rates, and make cash advances September 30, 1848. ly he withdrew some time ago, has resumed your office! ;j' with your advice 1 kept on-, and do tiliiiOst like fiction, tint it'I'.' nemA rw '} Sa
r:l? .' :. t-consignments to their friends in Savannah business in connection with Messrs. Lee& most heartily thank you for your advice. 1 persevere mhty. Your Sarsaparilla'U''eerWJi g5uable

*. ;: '' .r. and Charleston, or New York. I- Judson, and assures his friends that the new in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been aedicrae, ana shg4ldbe'.D e4 ttvm...
'jfJ.!*;* :' They have a new article of Wrought IronIVYf NEW EDITION.or concern shall have the same pre-eminence in able to attend to my usual labors for the lust eec.that isufferiagAswebae beta. Ifaa1disbelieve'this

:"' \:' Ploughs-to which they would respectfully call this \branch of trade, which formerly'distin four months, and I hope by the blessings ol God account, they aw'tt'Bttri J '

t-jft-.A-:; ../ the attention of Planters. t DR. WEISSELHOFFS. SCIENTIFIC WORK ;aisbed the other two houses which he be and your Sartaparilla to continue my health.- cull at my f1 use and have oculnrdrftcuiimttWILLIAM "

**r/v-i: .. '."V. :r*: Jacksonville Nov. 6, 1846. tf CHILD-BIBTH.ON THE SUBJECT OF longed. June 25, 1847. 2y It helped me beyond the expectations all that Y0u3sresprctlully, r.., ,i t t'S1' Jot
." knew my case. CHARLEs QU1MBY.Orange. .
:a Z,'/;I"&: :. B. R. REID & CO. A'HEW and beautiful edition of this releftrateHwork. Essex.Co. N.J., Aug. 2, 1641. TOWSERj. Udtt_ f

,.'l.. ...'JI. i. ,OK the .nbjert of GESTATION AND CHI LD In Justice's Court-ColumbiaCounty Slate of Nerr Jfrsey, Et\ex Covnty, st.-Chns. DYSPEPSY. s"":: i
BIRTH R M. Weissellioff. M. !>. late of Paris,
: ,
!i5i f '' R. R. REID & CO. leasf by Quimby being duly sworn according luw, on No fluid medjdiue
>' : 1I/TESSR8./ having hasjustbeen issued in New y. rk. II !i.'a work which Florida. or has eured 'lIt 'o; "
'':*II. ... fc'i i 1TJL ed the Wharf and the buildings attached, should be in the hands of every Man and Worna-i whu ; his oath saith, that the foregoing statement .Js which' so nearly resembles f.i fiiiJi

};* I.J..r':;; '. are now prepared in connection with their hat i incurred, or int..nd'lo incur the reiimniibilitieti" 'S &'. 8. Wester, ) ATTACHMXHT.vs. true, according the best of his knowledge and or saliva in deconiposingfood and ft _IJ

.'f :I'.J' DRY GOOD, GROCERY HARDWARE tit the Marrisce.stste. It will be fmiad nfaperiat value V,[ Debt, S46 belief. (HAS. QUMJBY the organs ofdJgwtion as this P .f
t' ..'' <::4. AND MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISH- to tin whose mean flf'ahh'or other drruihttari Tames C. Green. ) Bond filed for, 921111E Sworn and subscribed to before me at Orange, SU1 lpari1b. Positively cures -' of
; GENERAL COMMISSIONi rot, dunra permit them to / crf'lIIhp! number ot the 2d August 1847. < RUS BALD ate lBXNK
. MENT, to do a their famil incnnrenience. ill Defendant nnd nil others interested } Wl- dyspepsijr, nowevtrseTere or chronic.w:
.. I Iy. wilh"great uffej *
BUSINESS: { Justice of the I'eace. DKMRTMC9IT.
: :.. : risk life. A method of notified of the AtBArT. IJIII0.1SU.; 1 "
'i' .* or perhsp avoiding! ,itie,' hereby commencement .
,:;.iIl, 7 .;' Their charges art established. by tht SavankV trouble and dangera at will(rereutlv discovered \t., of this suit, returnable to a Justice's Court }.. TossEM)-,.Sir.1 have betS ffiklt J r

...) ._ '.!.,. .-' ". arelebtated French Physician) i ii fully eosnmu nun '0 br held at Jchnsville for the Ninth Dintn TWO CHILDREN SA VED. for several years, with dispepsi* ift irl.%(nf
:'t r .;'. They art I the Agents of the U. S. Mail ted in this work. The titeansnfprvntnnctroii .>said county onthe first S tur,1 7 in April Very few families indeed-in fact we have form,attended with. sourness. of jtotacli. lut

,::5;) : Steamers at this place, and are now enabled narativety nothing;and are w'uhin the reach of all.- \. D. 1849 and, to, appear and plead to the, not heard of one-th.it used 1'r. Townsend's ofaj.petite. txtrr .heartLurii., tad a p.e "
::' .. :: ..... to'offer evi ry facility to the Merchant, Planter The process is new, sale; infallible, convenient, and Sarsaparilla in time lost any children the pnst atemon to. dJ kinds of food, and '!O. WtiVnhat

.:;,.: 1- and the Public generally. simple, and cannot injure the health! of'the most dei! same.Given under hand and seal this 20th summer, while those that did not sickened and ( 1, could eat) 1 have been unable') ittriti1
N does it curtail matrimonial
rate. <>r privileges illtit my ,
i :.':.: Goods consigned to their care will-be received 'Iea.r. day of Janu.try. A. D. 1849. died.. The certificate we publish below is conclusive but a snu.ll portion on n18ton.l1rh.: Itrwd thi
.it" ; and forwarded with despatch. is evidence of its value, and is only another usual remeUJcs.! bat tliy had taut littl.rao)
03TThere: : no deception humbu lerv rf any JOHN W. PRICE, [L. s.] ,
,. :, .,5.; Their Store, Office and %Warehouse situated kind about this work., It ill precisely what il;title in Justice of the Peace, instance of its saving the lives children, : effect in rc-mcviiig comj-Iniat.. 11F j* indue-
?; of": ,'. .' : convenient to the Wharf. licaten,a 1..i.l1Iifir.l'uMi..1 nn,containing informationof Jan. 21 lS'41. 3m DR. TOWNSEND-'-Dfar SiT I had two children ed, about two nioths since,'to_try joni I ifVatt

'.Yz: ;.. :. PaUtlu, St.John's River, E. F January, great value married people.or those contemplating cured by your Sarsaparilla of the summer of Sar ipa rlla, UJld I mtst &j with litti nD.l

:' ly marriage,eipressed in plain language which allan complaint and dysentery one was only 15 fidence; but after using tinny two Iftftlttit)
.. .:r. .... '. '..', --- understand". The whole! story is told/ and the "D'.nit' .C.uniy fax :. .'.r ) ( : means accomplishing the,objects of the work fully virtue of.the vested'j in me by law. much reduced,and expected they would entirely removed
very and
.: r : ; NOTICE TO SETTLERS and faithfully given an that theteadfi ,avail him'i. power 1 neold .e..unrtlT ri
may :
: } : .lfnf it at once, 'without'pnr haaing'anI 'medicine. :I have levied upon and shall expose for. die" they were given up by two respectable. commend the use of to these vtio ktVettij
f J.: to .t" Uuder "Armed OrenpnliM" iniriirnrflt.flT other article, from the author. The tile,before the Court-Houle door in the Town phyli ianl. When the'doctor informed ns that afflicted ai'J hive beea. ;Turs.'C.. n

; .: '... 'tflE' tINDERSIGNED Agent of the United means of protection which it recommends may also Jacksonville, on the first Monday in June we must lose them;we. resolved to try ypur W.vf.L-.4; ZAKDTi')
.\f: :: JL States Treasury &a, will attend at thefollowing be relied upon' without .a;'of d lapfointmtnt,,ill next, ((1849)) the following lands, or tlO much Sarsaparilla we had henrd so much of, but had N. B. Puteh none brt, such*&brt3pers ta
"ilt; ; .; : ; jury. V hereof as.will pay the State Taxes due thereon little confidence, there being .o much stuf advertised that bide_ the bottle eeftjpletely sod 1.
places on the days specified below to "
:. .,.ir.j Benare of Frauds on this Work 'or the 1S48 Ti that is Worthless but the
. : written
J year :- we are very ahr of 8P.-TO">?IM .
. ": take Jind receive proofs by depositions belore
.;. Beware of a catch penny fraud upon this work at 2.000 acres of Land,situated oft Nassau River thankful'that we'did, for undoubtedly saved Principal l.f'ffitt. 126 'nltoi.t.un eilJir7 i
t. : him, iu relation to the settlement and occupation 25 cents, which. only a d "ny.to promote the sal ,
. _'nq Houston's Creek,.adjoining! lands of John the lives of both.- 1 write this that others maybe K. T.: Reddiar &: co. 8>faf-bt. tot' : !'ut
; .,.....:. : of all person who obtained permits under. Maurir.eao's or Desomeax'a instrument at '10. f>r '
p.' '" the Act Congress- entitled "Au- Act to the same object that IIi. work itself pretend to be IoU3tonparticular boundaries unknown induced to use it. Yours respectfully, &Eor s; '132 ? ortn 'SOtidJ$1. JLuz'd'iij1.js
: pro., '
': '. .' vide for the Armed Occupation and Settlement written the real secret of my original work! bem .lurporting. to belong to Sandiford Holmes. JOHN WiLsON.Jr. s. Uance, drtaggist.. aJtinaorP;'"Dvrol :t1)1.'
"; .' .i withheld. 'rhn ,'who wish for and' A.. A. CANOVA MyrtSe-avenue BrOoklyb 1847. Richmond P JJ. ,
:. :: lc e(the.unsettled part of the Peninsula of Florida thnrtrint tfeiiuin'e -, V Sept.15, ; :: Cohen, ,CharlestonH ,& )
k'F : : "" work, by Dr. W lIselhllft with private'note*. VTaz Collector Duval County LUNATIC AYSLUM. &.co. 151 ( nttre8.t. Kev OrJtu2s.l0 SGutl
;.V.-f.; .:' :;, approved under August that Act 4th,ail 1642 the, and Act who atuendu-wereoccup.iuttf added by his him.own hand he can obtain it only" ,by sendinr Dee. 4th, 1848.,' DecO-6mDa James Cummings,Esq. one..ofihe Assistants Peafl-it.;Albany; R. Van nuckjr .-.2' 'eor .1
: directly as employs Agents whatever.
in the Lunatic Ayaltnn,blackwt"lJ'llzsland..i.tu Mnfket and Broad-i8. Newark. K.f. anJ Ly
;.; : tury thereot, approved June 15th, 1844, und and never ..tllll""work at wholesale-tlsrefore,inIWik ) vail C'ennly Tnx ( otlector ftnlr.8Y .
:.": .. ;:; who aCl ually occupied or settled under said Agent Pedlar Postmaster Bookseller cai, gentleman spoken ot in the following letter: principal" gislI and Merrbr.Er g itr.liythrouglitat
'" :: .: Acts and did not voluntarily relinquish jinu |1" ilily.furnish! the! genuine .work. Brwafe, there, virtue of the authority vested in me ly BHE UJll:4 TISM. the United Mali*. West Jcdiwsti
t : '. abandon, the but continued to reside onsai'l fin.,ofalsecnpii'. and IRlllalltlnllwhlch; may not.onlvi law, I have levied upon and shall expose This is only one of more than four thousandcases the Cunadas A. :M. KEKlJAgei.tJ.ckstiiMlle

,'1-j;;, :: ..:.: :frontier same bouth; of the line dividing 'owu.1 ;.wna 1Iilpa.but t..nltprous! All infrini.menl.ntIi. ,'or sale, before the ,Courf-House door in the of rheumatism.that Dr..T-ownsend7 Sarsaparilla '-. ,FQrid,1! !
: copyright ate promptly prosecuted; anti. cheat* Townof Jacksonville on the first Monday in has cured-The' most Revere and 'Febrwtry26.184S1. ly .
p: .. :: : hips cumbers nine and ten, :outh anti Kt ui will only sell altered or abridged copies. This is the larch next ((1849)) between the usual hours of chronic eradicated I' ::t
cases are weekly its
by extraordinary -
the base line iu said of Ib42 and -
Act work-nn
'h specified only original true other can be genuin
1.i: .! 'r 10 thereby aiding to effect the objects of saidTIX .\.c&.1 thousands of copies have been' sent by mail with ale, 350 acres of Land, or flO'much thereof as ,virtues :- ''li'1'LLJ kU SALOONAND ":
.f.. .: '. ".. .;' :- perfect utet,. *ill pay the State Taxes due thereon for thee B&ACKWKLX/S ISLAND, Sept.14,1847.DR. ,.
4. .i 07 Copies of this work will be sent,in a close envelope r 1848, bounded as follows, viv: North bynndi TownsEJCD Dear Sirs 1 have suffered .\h
:H .. i/; At Newnansville, Alachua County, on Thurs ,at single letter posia'ge" to any par nf the United { of Francis Richard, South and. East by terribly for nine years with the rheumatism; BOWLING_ 'ALLEY.. f,
s1p.tr.q : .: day, 12th October, 10 days. States, for 91,sent post paid to Big Pottsburg Creek,and West by Little Potts considerable of the time I could not eat,sleepor .Subscriberh'cs"a'I ; uicEi- -'tit

rfr c r:, At Long Pond Levy County, on Monday, 23d DR. R; WEISSELROFF, urg Creek. ,. purporting belong to George work; I'had the moat distressing pains,and THE fitted up;aij7-a iJilli&nl>erettljr'nlcon"lnd r *a.s

October, 10 iiya.AtMicauopy Box 2710, Near ',York City. J lgan. -V- A. A.'.CANnV A, my limbs Were terribly swollen. I have used Bar Room,the spacious presumes formerly i1r*
t.: .: k. : ,Alacbua County, en Thursday, Tax Collector'Dovul J County, four bottles'of, and
z PUBLICATION. Qintt, 338 Broadway New your Sarsaparilla; they hay ued by .Go emIDt'Dt. ard, ocetifitd.by;,JndjtJ
,:.4, .. 2d November, 2 days.At York City. : .D'te.4th,,1848. Dec9-3m done me more than one thousand dollars worthof Lancaster. ,:He.has also just finished splqwi

:.i, .. :, .'. St. 'Augustine, St. John's County, on Thursday Jan.C,1849.. 1m. -V good-1 am 'so much' Uer., Indeed I:am Bowling 11i.1't ;withsbis e ubliia! ':
November 10 days. "
a 4it. Executors' ,Notice. relieved. You at, .
entirely are liberty to use menf, and at ,reseut'ibeoulyone in'Jiclw>

!..'':;. '/. ',':. At her St. Lucie 10 days.JLtftleUonrille County. on Monday, 27th Novem.t. V : :TA.l .. ,R .E E P .. .. THE" Subscribers, having: been qualified as thia for benefit'of the afflicted. yule, which', will t>e bperi to the Public oa:Iota?'
: of the last Will and Testa Yours respectfully JAMES CUs1JUG&
day next,)the 23d October 'As he has bent A\\
J :' : Orange County, on Thursday, constantly oa hand a well assorted
; HAS ment of JJiMg..DELL lute of Alachua COULD NQTWALK.That .
county '
V gre&t trouble l and el1le to afford this.cimt
'- t, of exj ;
" Uth December 10
days. :
t ;.::L.: '.;.ii # Monday lit Jan deceased, Not fee is hereby given to.all persona Dr. Townsend's Sarsaparilla ia the.very -' t---t-Sf TM wttion., he tl1ltJ.hit i ,exertioai
, .' ,' At Ocala, Marion County, on Groceries, Provisions DryGoods having demands against. the estate of. the deceased best remedy for female complaints there is r' Wy- J V ti
:. ,.: '
. r uary'lOdays. ,, to present them without delay to the no disputing. ,thousands and- .thousands of : VUtil\ CLJAfk {}Hiri'always'keepronhau'- I'th1
.i'S :: i ::. At Chocochattie Benton.County, ea Monday. Hardware, Crockery, &c!, viz ; I, undersigned Executors or their authorized I weak and' debilitated f emales I that were prostrated r choicest LIQUORS ind llAYANA8EGA : ,

W ct:, : :4. ;15th Tampa January HiUsborough, 10 days.At County, on Monday, Superfine;Flour,in bbl and % bblt; I agent, James G. Dell, at Newnnrisville, East 'I by those diseases to Which females are I and,he. $feeU I ,, nfidentthat no.:.faali .1.iil k)
: : Pilot Bread and I Florida, within.the time prescribed .bl'l"w or I Hubjectwere foca. in Jhe.enjoym aXpCrpbu. ,
r.' "", ,' /3OthJanuary, 10 days. Sugar Butter Crackers ; ; found, .with. .him, in this particular. t Of
this notice' will bt. in bar of their health. -V *- < *
Hums Bacon, Pork F M Beef Pickled plead recovery o rJOBN'CLt.L -
; : : West Monroe County on Monday 14th Toueues; -
:: : At Key >' 1.
; { : New YORK Sept. 23 1847\ "; !:
I Mackerel Codfish .
SaHrRice Jacksonville -
.p;;:: ;". .. February, 10 Laya.Y's' Gosben 'Batter Lard, Cheese; White 'Beans And notici;is i ,, hereby" given. -to .all creditors, DR. TOWNSIMD.-Dear Sir: My:wife has'for. of. ",_ ..._,.Oct..... 21,1848..i .., _..i.,.. ...-. .
1st March ; ,
:-! : At.,1)ade County, on Wednesday, 10 and 'entitled .to distribution the;last been1. 'sick and in'.'.p\l : '
, ::. .:.; days.ci.a Irish Potatoes; legatees persons year very U lLld Elh P.LAS'J'JcU: : PARI$ .
that theirc1ilni will be unless exhibited reduced state of health, reduced ''
Oil Candles being
Sperm V barred by a
:- .. will be examined and ; ;
tAU ea presented "
Green'and Black Tea Bio'and Java within years from this.date to the Executors variety complaints such as females are liable E 'COGGlKS & COr of Phi adtJd --"
i ::L ;;;;'' reported on,and persons interested are requested Muscovado Sugar, N.0 Molawet Cofftej;, or.j 'authorized agent.. to: ; 'she*got so bad at length'that she wis entirely .! mn 1"1t ;' manufacture; CAICJNBV:
'?r ::' ;r.: !to have their permits, depositions and witnesses Stuart's ; '(Sign'd BENNETT" )!. DELL V I unable and child POSTER'of.the.whiteet.'DeL ''.. ltJ
:t..... ready, and be prepared to their Refined Loaf, Crushed,and Pulverised ,) ., to-walkj was ns bvlpless us u ;; "
l prove -Ugar;-' V .' : S .M'L.! "R. PYLES. she commenced 'ustogyour SarsaparillaJ; and that can be producedj'ai the 1w riite of 1M, !
: '
:1t :: eases'folly conformity with the printed instructions o : :
: 1h
:Lf :\ forwarded each cLdinant.a 'Brandy,Rum, Gin. Whiskey, 'AlcoheL.Turpen __!:!_ee. leyU4I. V bwAdministrator's he immediately begin 0 to regain'herlrtreogtb' ,- p i conditlnoD lui'J &eb1g&lp"',its:' lr 'f n'.1 e4eIi-
'.i,,.;..'. ,. .. HUGH'ARCH tine, ,V ., V V complaints left her.'fund'after taking several shipping ;
.v-? London Porter, Port Madeira and Notice. bottles she is re tOred.:' Being aaing hit :AI.wm STEQTPEiPL43T11Eanti '
rtt'::: } United States 'l're: W'1r ; ,: Champagne' ,.18hl\n apply to case : .LAND p '
781OctL14lS48 Wine; -. thought'it might'do'good to publish it.Shi PLASTE&J .4t J.ct
r V ,
$;.V.:<'. 'V ., -" ,. nl Cordials V Confectionary, Preserves?,,&c. V V theI1en..Probate, Judge;;:.of>..Columbia county used a,nUmber of femedieff,that done'her. 1)irfct ordert( tJat propreorsatr3.snhia
for ,Lettera of Ditmission-as '
Administrator .
&?. .* '*. .Couplet JJllart1llt1 ..j' Dry 'Gwdi-_. OA no good previdusly:{ :.Tftrir1 Wspectfujly.1 lJOHlTMUfAENi or 4JOBNJt.A.\'ENNA1iGR Nevr
< a the Estate of Henry Clefton.late of said 14aW: aj tH ti 'PtJOGG1NW&'CO't
.. Land for Sale. I Calicos 87 Kbrfelk4t i : .
: tiinghams Muslim
and Taffeta
rfsomed.-- .
,. 1tif ;itI
\! L I' 'iPbUtIde1phlajP4
< U404 i t"J '
: : I1
.l1 t'z: :Wi offer. for sale l (two tracts of Land 'Ribbonst. VV. f
" .1 j0, which was purchased from Jno;JM Sheetings Shirting bleach'd and unWeach'd J 27,1849.late .-" t; 'V", ,Sor., : TOTHEMDIE5 r 'f! o. :. 'j 1 1'S n \. ,t ;.,.lm4M"o'. _"_

fc5.- :. *' Bowden, situated on Lake George, and conWsof Irish Linen-DitqtrBisbops and Long Lawn;:!n ; V ''date. '1,sba11V .QRE.4T1'FEMAtEtlME1JtClNE., ,... ? !l CH I.ES n. 'w'j \ i)

'.ij. ; three,. hundred and fifty acres, more or,less, i L'uinbyics. Jaconet..Swiss:and bar Muslins; NQ1IcEe.Mowrnsflflor: ,i'c1 S' i Ad.1U DaT9WN1ID I- .I sSigsApAaIu&1sa<" I ,4' taiv'.CJI'1"-!sovereign.; RT .*- .i! t '1Hz_ 1 AU' : F"( q'r'fft Lt:!'II..s.

ihp I. .." &LJ'Plbe't hammock; ,, with 'a large' 'otLgepaEp1 ItueryeHdk'Oloe3SuspendersTicgsLineId ; ",' '$ .l 'ttli :!t r'Ftancf* hant,I and speedy cur V for, incipient V* niuzdjtlon*and, .: kr1it, It.'I R." a
'.r grov :The?other wacipurchued from Williaw'N1t t Cotton Osnaburg Duval i. for the [ J" ft1e" 1 : .9 uvtHUCSo.NYILLEZ: :
; 'r ?? of County] deceased,.to, the HonoWbtt'JudgVof .general !prost "iiC' Bystem-:
Gardiner, sRtfated:near :the'above mentioned l Wine white and .browa- Linen''Drill for paat. Probate of slid'wunty for a final matter whether( the!,resul ;of Inherent; caniep ':t .attsjniiny; pabt fthe tsbW'tosndrpecpI1ybolicied.

4 ;;4 tr&t'on (Be St. Johns? River, :&Dd"con6istotl V &. &0. &0 _. settlement of said Estate 'and shall/at, the-eanie or causes produced.by'irregularityrilTncss'ora vhu, tA JJ
__IM , ;..-. r "- p..ftyi11 UP1 RI84.8. J.' 11,.
iM acres Cottou\illiC \ 'gpply'fbVLettefr of Dismission as'such. a _/, .;. ,; ;_ V. 'X 1* J. :3. ..". : d; ( I .. -If
I 1iL11 ; l'1 aDd whale bone framesj') -.. V V '. V .1 Administrator, of which all,tferBOns'interestedin Nothing can' be'more surprising .than its ,invigorating : :',..i.1t
,- -. -rf1' i1)OT.tfl n4i will be offered 'for'.te at: Bardre frMery;KniTCkv Bclttorl, Barors aid'Es t1'.re.d 8iftd id take notice. effect&! d"thO' human trim:":Per mW'M ,S .,.trYfONj' .r
PnbHcAiUitloo, at'the Court House at Juckiontffltpoa ,V Nails,'HingvSj" ttf 'Knives and Fork'Spoons: -1 "c.iq Hn 1n n'J :" H.J 1J iiii.to )
: ; sons all
STEPuEN.'D.PSRNANDEZ.*Adm'i.Jirua eakaandIasituder4ouitikinItat
VI the: ;Mcood. Monday In'MaobAiD'. 'Tea V Trays. ;,JR:s'c .-!" .. V. ,-.J V 20J184S! >;;; tt 4 M')" '8m' ., -* f once becomf, >robust and.ful of energy. under : if, R R."L fq ,., IN !ht.q
# 1849. THOS. J.; JOflES, ,J Collint Axes, Hammers, IIatcb.tsSaws.;,.' ,1; /- -. ,0d- T *. -.i '.'.,ty-'S> f .. J its infiueneJt.immediately counteracts the 0 ( (' "Q f4lLCLar1! plop 8.t..ci sjsI

,; ?, e 1 ; ; JNO.8AMMIs.j! CamagA,. Wrenche. 'Haltet.1 Chains,. ,Ket.'A R ttct toU'PERSOKS'iride>1e"'t ', ?, nervelegsnesV of the' female frame" which'is'thegt'e i iB I z.Q B.: !Jj"id4n i 1451711g.FpaniobuietOn "

t -L.l ftekseaviUe/Nerlltb. .. 1848. 4m A t1es- &cq&C.a- n"" f'jL' rt O.1 .>. : l tta to'-".ihe'Estate 'of f u l t' 'r l1e :J1b 't\,;'XL:. !on.Jm E. f.j yGo,;'(" J'. cma1d J .tti
s few Rifiea-low pr1cPowder F1ask : 6:1" A JikwLoic 1 deceased,?will pi eawraakfpayment It Will notf be expected of,tts,- in easts fef:soilellcate :'.:' :' ."
'r4' Notice. :: Gooa II'rtlW1lljpr J end n. 1Vr, 'jm5llatlj, 'th 'acconbtsuBtettledwill nature, exhibit certificate*of cure E1 ;g uJlI.&n; 'i ,ij.

t: 1J1J : Bs.c4Ea' 1 I ide Out,t SMtl--Mc ','and Children' soon'be'placfedintbe: hands of a lawyer nei f6rtnedr but;we'can asslirth afflfctcd(Kit i, 11' IJ9;_IS&'< '' ;b41 t;; J t' ; ,aM
and .
11'ouBefonnerly occupied; by Mr."Hatch.on'rtetrLlioirn .. Boots : !Show, of all\r d&1tIttl. t1Q 'il; tor ot\eofi .) : 'Jj; /,J:tT: ''r *.J J T ftJ...2 !, ,A'Y,.eeif' rteou .' ..,.:. } .1'
a&rt/ "i'0id A varirty cf Faocy-Artiol Perfuintry Medi. J. 8tEPi1Ef'D. t Djt. OZiSD: Iy beinggreatly 1 dip.byiktieA 1 II..r. sf
( It
JZ; f. i..Ci'lJ'
Boarding 'oineijsc' q 1 & <*',#-*'A itfct& 0'1" 11'-.1 .. : "11 m' : ..
H O ) accommbdatS ; lrelS f'U nm1'geera 'dmstaiidadffeHbg'1it2 rr t tlie;, t n
.,! .P p to Aget foTu-Lotoj-AdmiistrMr1gr- 'J.l" '
O I1 seA fit to Ntt"d : : j! lACk dll j;April 15,"lS4&>v 't' IT 1F lR .r tt 3.b1.' pain( fad-witli other J 1'\ JJYoh'u1l.m) ;i141g' t. i
'' _z--y Z8 hi 11.d. II-.. mT'}f"1. "! V7 h rT- i .'. .j t,, W a. ? h u4Ttcrit "l"U: .J ,.,
rnii Ilh. { f 110'. 101 will be" 'ncF .\ t I 1" i .l ,- \ I : .. .. jll&n't' and having knowttcaseiwhereyour' : tjNpdeAtd1t 4rtn1 lf t $
t l't 'A omm aiot..b isi'at" UNS.-V \few.IiDlli'.ndidoitbto barrel lpOltD UlbTJ.i;_i tfiitaM. t tftftKiSfiSl ljio ;q i 9 i inedieinthseffectedgr;--aDd-a1J ;nAt iat.Jt' Jlcr&Ui" "

tached to the establishment,;and'' atten t 'G\iD fior d&1U1:f6rsatbyct f .LepQ.r8mpn 9lP 'JAlU hearing ftco thdfocb: .&SI1U' M"'p'r p.Q.>Ihq.14rn,

tietowtlpKf pMW'to'the horscs of those every travel Dec.r. 9."'. t "t--f!..JJtt); lIJ' .P.fJt: !- -4'T'ONDO MHtEID.t.1r '. P" d'ftt .e",.;.,n v. JtOJi.1 :,";':a..J.:. i'ib',.JofSrsU.o J1e4.,.b tU. of OU,Ezt'Ct'( \ .J"lJ m'Ire.p'1iialitit1(8n

Un who inqthInkt' .\lri&1ihtas1 i J Lobattji) jJ1 'ndeflowe4 the directions you '
kW :,44; &KI :62 TiJiJ'J*ttf. W'ICHtON' PORTER-ANP'SCOTCH. = )lJJI1l..Jt ;: j Ju pW 11.. ni..h it1)eri04li ta 1iif ; ;J 'f.
For calt by ,-iC m t 2Mbaa'W.I.D.: ; t'41I! ',1 I ;!: aba.sLt1r'l1tO' 'I '.1'1I tJ' Ji"t: t' tr 1IMtafucfIftld- -tci. bit ro. $ifjV ,' ,a ?an' .
Q& oiLi. ,I :1J 'f. 11.tf 'at fI-n.2 .r'I ti' 1.6. ". TaeeIta4&-. :r, f" t. ,
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