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 24, 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 )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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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.
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be paid Cor before twenty ; i?J' books, papers, documents, and -recerdi in the AMcathat.. ,difficiIt"y b'i.l.J. t We"( Aud' iumbetWe* 'ifrbnt I uroper-AnafcAUjf
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- ad'tenbemeDtl lIIIC By rererTing For repairs' ,,fuel,,apparatus, forage for pub-' War, Navy; Treasury; 'And Post Office(U 'i: I onfeltb4 .itbOut1ud Ting' .jundl emigranbj to ? '-ambont- exceeding TV. two>undre4faod it'

f -on_ by a regulaC'T' uceiaaSd.Hrs1smitted lie horses ana oxen, stationery, prlntmr,: d meats, 'and the Attorney,,CleaeraVA-oaieei may feelings'b t,uprtidou, 1tioea-se .to "? : fifty thousand,' at a'cost for.'tae'ptssag* of-
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- ._leMI.the r.qUv2m may other incidental and contingent expenses,twen-' be,opied and certified under seal in the same, 'it ml1)1ave Je D'am'Oni Ji the"dispensations j 'of' about teri'dolUrs per headj, aid'they einblzki'Eiropean
.'t with the .hertitemeBt. ty-six thousand four hundred. and. sixty dol. manner'as'those''in the State Departminf may Providerice'tojfermit the:6'aiPitder which' port*?more disunl irOm the United ;' .

rn.4 AdYPttIY' Dot Marked with the Bumber lars; now by law be, and with the same force and effect Africa has ,suffered,.,to >VZ>e inflicted*that" Her. 3tes'thin'the Western coast of:Africa.>'-It i*"-
i- tr qa'-.1.will be coDl Dud until rorbid.i for,the increase and expenses of tht library, and the said Attorney;General shall cause children might .zet l'Dtd 'tou .their" rigfnal, true that the'commercial marine; employed bt-'i
,.fIat.J'Fe onetbouanddollars; a seal to' be' made 'and'proridei'for'his' \ bffid,: home cIT11iZ mudwlth'tbe'b.eiaiL ipirit': twfcen Europe ftidU'e"United Stat atrordl fV '

l ebiT7Fie (ar. for all'announce- For expenses'of the' board of'vitlters, 'one with such device as the President of the United, o r'cl riitiahit' incl" ((1-'idumai 't eilities, in the transportation of emigrants, 'lath
ii llal'l will be charged thousand and thirty-three dollars and sixty one States shall approve. deem that'gxeat.Contine: t trom1)&l1J, C.m.'d t low' ral whiclx thut engaged la thYcoameite' -- .

. .oraudiliatel for ofhce. cents; ,. Approved February, 184g.. idolatry, .- f t'Wi beeeiLib : and.tlas countrj,dot*,* '

It.quTe.for StS Month. x i 110 00 For barracki for cadets, one'tlouand- '-I :t>-i\ ', ut undertaking to'jtldge,for any other', not' DaY'IUppl,f tmtthaf commerce is tncrtto- .

soe. i jee I Debtor and Creditor, i I 700 lars. ; .] State/ft;as"my opinion,Jn'1799, ,that &1 : ingandbythofljbepjr5yjijs&doptedgointo .
? BcBciSoa for Letters Administration 5 00 I For new mes?hall,.five thousand dollars ;, AA ACT grantingBfiVCe"y&'half pay to'c&' tucky was in A cohdUion to:admit, of the'gradual : operation 1tii1Ihs'_

1. AU ti11 iw" notices will be inserted fraudflTAll I For riding hail, two thousand'dollars tain widows And ''orpha;'of officers, uon-, emancipation t.iqf1aT";>and how deeply geatly.augmented' '.- "**

.. T I For hospital for enlisted men tWo :thousand commissioned officers,musiciansand privates. do'I lament,that A system, Witk that object, had ,.If. .tlere.we a certainty Of the annual traa*."*
lie .,i$1. penooal communiCatiOnS willL. five. hundred.dollars j both regular and volunteers. hot been jtheQ f.establisfiedl "If.it had been, the portation of not less than Iii thooSand'pmo>J I t :
:14, : admtltab1e For permanent quarters and'b m.en for en- Belt enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives Statewoulcl. now' be nearly rid'of'all slaves.' to'Africa, it would 'create ,a demand t .\'*

er .chirred ..a.ert M'meU.OT gineeer troops(sappers,minersati4 pontonieraj of the United States of America in Congress !4yP'49n! ha;!never changed aid I haTe f' ports, and the spirit of competition woul. ll
ar Allb U for Job PriBtio-.most be paid on thej.T.rj five' thousand dollars. assembled, That the provisions of the second quently public1yeipressd It. lsbou'ld be moi' have[ nodoibt.jatly dhnlnishthe' prtseat *

10, ]: 01 l Aa work., '. ... .._ Approved, February. 19, t849. section of:the, act entitled, 'An act amend happ7ifiwhit Wu impracticable: that epoch'. cost of the-passage. Thai cost'has been state ) ;
'StL. rr.us comaaallicaf. mte d4rused to .. ._ k. ingjthe' act entitltd' 'An"act.granting half pay could'no*'bt'accoti1ihej; ''iJ "" upon'good authority, to be at present fifty dal-''

-' C. GILLErTi HCqt 11t&U. 'S PWH- 9.J to widows or orpBahsjwhert theirImsbafidAftiicl). : viy f na >i jciiu<;rme'cpnaiaerAiOBrortb. lars per head; including' the passage" ,.and tit'Africi
II 1.I1IW11. AN ACT making appropriations for.th 11- fathers have, died of wounds rectbin }the subject, It appears to 'me'that'three principles Dt1a ikp 1Ttv1 ,- ._ )- .- p'pe :
ment,of revolutionary and other pensions of military"service of the United States,'incases should regulate establishment'of A system"of Whatever Jnuy 'be th. cos tj 4ch' i' -

BY AUTHORITY. the United JStates, for the year ending the of deceased officers and'soldiers of the niiflt.h gradual emancipation; The .first,is,. 'that'Itshould ever the number to"be transported; thelftauw* "

5e thirtieth of June, one thousand eight hun and,volunteers' approved July twenty-first, be, ,:'slow ;in its bperatio'n, ea tious'hndgradual be raised by the hire of the liberated'' slaves' Ibr .

. :ACTS JBiW BBSOI.UTION8. dred and-fifty. eighteen hundred and fdrty.eigbt, 'haiFb so so'as: to' occasion' no convulsion; nor a period not ding three years, will ftnuaf: f

nfiSED AT THE SECOND SESSION OF Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rep- construed as embrace all 'widows and or' np rash oriOddeidlatu'rba, cCin'thC i Istiiremoved'from $. ply.sufficient The annual hire;on the average ,:1 c'

? Till THIRTIETH CONGRESS. resentativee of'the' United States of America 'in phans of officers, nen-commissioned .officers, habIts Ofo1ety. 2d: Tha asarJndisp nsa.ie may be estimated fifty'dollars,'or one hofl-

Congress assembled, That the following sums be, musicians, and private's,'whether of the regular 1 Ond1tio th" ii :1CfpatedJ1aTes ld bi' died a dflfty'forthe iwhole7 term.rt s...

:6 [PUBUC--No. 5.] and the same are hereby, appropriated out of army or of -volunteers; who .have' receivedranhonorable the State to some' colony.And, Colonization 'will b.attended with' Uie paia:

" ACT authorizing the payment of interest any money in the treasury not otherwise appropriated discharge or who remained ,to ,the; :thirdly, that,the expenses of'their transpOrta.thou ful effect of the separation of the colonists from ;
nf the advances made by the State of Ala. for the payment of pensions for the date of their death in the military service of the to luch'co10I1yincludlng''an outfit for six their parents, and in some Instances from their1' 1ehildrenj'

tpoa for the use of the United States ,overn- year ending the thirtieth of June,one thousand United States, and who have died'jinco their months after their arrival'at; should be defrayed but from the latter it will be only- :

, tiBS in the suppression of the Creek Indian eight hundred and fifty ; return to their usual place :of residenct, ,of by a fund to be raised from the labor bf temporary- as they will follow and be &gaInrt.unit'4 **

sent of hundred and thirty-six For revolutionary'pensions, under the act of. wounds received or from disease contracted ,each freed slave<- Their separation from their parents'i

Itit koctUities eighteen hundred and thirty-seven inAJ&bamL the eighteenth of March, one thousand eight while in line of duty,;subject to'such rules,'regulations Nothing could be more unwise than the inv will not be until. after they have a tained'a r
tad eighteen "
I hundred and eighteen, twenty-eight thousand and restrictions, the. (Secretary of mediate liberation of all the slaves in the Stat / mature.Age, nor greater than' voluntarily takes
:r I four hundred dollars; War, by the third section'of said act is authorized .comprehending sexes aud"'all ages from' place ''WIth emigrants from Europe,'who YeaT l%
Jtt it euete4lJy the Senate and House of Repuitve that their parents behind.' It wiU be siI ssdIa; V '
; For invalid pensions, under various acts two to impose. of tender infancy to extreme old age. ;It''
itt of the United State of Am rica inCngTtnetseabled i hundred and seventy-two thousand dollars; Approved February 22,1849.RESOLTTTION would lead to the most frightful and fatal COn- tresiug'thAn' :what:: frequently Cc tIn thl
. That the Secretary of War state Of slavery, and will Attended 'with:thf
For pensions to widows under the act of the sequences. Any great change in the condition
9t Jbt-iad be is hereby directed to'pay interest : second of February, one thousand eight hundred ( -PCBLIC-No. I.] of society should be' marked by extreme care animating encouragement that the coloniats'Srtrtransferred }

r .I ran the adTinces made by the State of Alaba- I and forty-eight, one hundred and thirty- A RESOLUTION, for the appointment of regents and circumspection. The introduction'of slaves from! A land of bondage and"degr*.
11II for the use of the United States government, I two thousand dollars; I. in the Smithstnian Institute. into the colonies was An 'operation of many dation for them, to a land of liberty and equal. '

- i a tie suppression hostilities by the Creek : For pensions to widows and orphans, under I Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives years duration; and the work of their removal .t y.' "I .'. ,

t Isi'iiu,in eighteen hundred and thirty-six and : the act of the twenty-first of July, one thousand I .of the United States of America. Congress from the United States can Only be effected after Arid 3d. The expense of transporting j'

: eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, nt the rate eight hundred and forty-eight, twenty-four assembled, That the vacancies in the board of the lapse of a great length of time. liberated slave to the' colony and of maintain* i

.. of six per centum per annum from the time of thousand dollars; regents of the Smithsonian Institution, ''of the I think that a period should be fixed when all ingtim there for six months' ,Ithink'oughtt I

a it tdrinces until the principal sum was paid For half pay pensions to widows and orphans, class "other than members of Congress," be filled born after it should be free at a specified age be provided for by a fond derived from his US

by the Uni ed States to the State of Alabama; under the act of the sixteenth of March, one by the appointment of the late incumbents, all born before it remaining slaves .for 1ife.-.o bor, in the 'xithnneI.irdyijdieated.' He' &

ui the lum so found to be due to said State be thousand eight hundred and twelve, and the viz: Rufus Choate of Massachusetts and Gideon That period, I would suggest, should be 1855, the party most benefited by ili cipatioD. .M
] paid out of any money in the T.easury not othIirfiie would not be right to subject the'n'on-slavehol.
act of the sixteenth of April, one thousand Hawley of New York. or even 1860 ; for on this and other arrange
appropriated. eight hundred and sixteen in addition to an Approved December 19, 1848. ments of the system; if adopted I incline to: a dCr to any part of"that expense'and'the'slavt-
.2 Aiui be it further enacted That in holder will 'hai made sufficient1
as- sacrifice
. balance in liberal obviate
unexpended remaining the treasury margin, so as to as many:objections &
terUining the amount interest. as aforesaid of eleven thousand seven hundred and sixty- and to unite as many opinions as possible.Whether without being exclusively burth'ened witlf tax- f>
the rules Important littler from air. Clay.. to raise that '
i1r in to the State Alabama, following the es fund. The emancipated slave
four dollars and fifty-seveu cents, payable commencement of the operation of
shall be HIS VIEWS ON THE SUBJECT OF SLAVERY could be"hirect'oat'tor';
diH : That interest not computed the tiineproposed b/
govern the ,
. through the Third Auditor's office, ten thou- system b-a. little earlier or later, it is mot '
- on any sum which Alabama has not expeu- sand dollars ; AND PLAN OF EMANCIPATION. so important that'a day should be theSherifforothei public agent. in'uch o1m j
. lea for the use and benefit of the United States, NEW-ORLEANS Feb: permanentlyi tyh should be: subject to strict accountabi; V i
For arrearages prior to the first of July, one l', 1849. 4 from which we could look forward, I >
. M evidenced by the amount refunaed or repaid thousand eight hundred and fifteen, under the Dear Sir-Prior to my departure from homein with confidence, to the final termination of slavery lily; And it'w uld be req iSit that"thri

u the State ot Alabama by the United States act of the first of May. one thousand eight hun December last, in behalf yourself and other within the limits of the Commonwealth. should be a registir r of all births of all chlldrea?

Ir It taonlthit no interest shall be paid on any sum dred and twenty, in addition to an unexpended friends, you o'tainedfrom mt'.a promise to Whatever may be the day fixed; whether of,color; after' the day fixed for th commencA-4.

ea which the said State of Alabama did not balance remaining in th, treasury of two thousand make,a public exhibition of my ,views and opinions 855 or 860 ur any other day, all born after it, meat' of the system1,' enforced ..by'appropriateftftnctibns I

t dtaer pay or lose interest as aforesaid. nine hundred and fourteen dollars and' upon a grave and important question I suggest isaall:be freest the age of twenty-five, : It would. be &verj Uestrable regulation

. ROBT. C. WINTHROP, eighty-nine cents, payable through the Third which, it was then anticipated,would'be* much but. be liable afterwards to be hired out, under oriaw'to ha>eUe'hirths
4 Speaker of the House of Representatives. Auditor's office one thousand dollars; debated and considered by,the,people of Ken. the authority of the State; for a term, not exceeding thanlagei'ofthi who1eopnl ti6u o'f the Stall '&*!."

G. M. DALLAS. Sec. 2. And be further enacted, That when tucky, during this year, in collequencefth) :three years, in cirdf-r to, raii a sum regiSter and Pe8etTed.u fa do him 1r ,.
vice President of the United States and States.1" -,
approaching Convention summoned to amend sufficient tHe governed *
ever any agent for paying pensions shall have a I pay expenses heirtrfmspo'
1 President of the Senate. deputy,or jclerk Authorized by law, said deputyor their present Constitution. ,I was not_entirely tation to the COIO'I1Yiand, to provide them an Among other considerations which uaitt' la*
Approved January 26, 1849. clerk shall have like power to administer well when i left home and owing to'thatcanse, I outfit for six months after their arrival there. recommending 'toth&StateOf Kentucky A syt *
JAMES K. POLK. and confinement several weeks tein for the'gradual abolition 1a"e17'J tail .
during If the descendants
oaths or affirmations us said agents may have; I my my thoaejwhowere, them
, and all oaths or affirmations taken before said I sojourn here, from the effects of an accident selves to be free at the age of twenty-five were arising out"of her exposed co"nditioaaffording;

: fPUJlLIC.O 6.] clerk or deputy shall be of like obligation, and which befel me. I have been delayed m the' also to.beConsidexed as slaves until they attained great facilities to the escape of her slaves' ,iato'
i AN ACT to authorize the issuing of fulfilment of which the and this rulewere the free States and into Canada. Sfie does
a registeror subject to like penalties for false swearing or my promise, now proposeto same age, continued
enrolment to the ship Annie Tift. affirmations, as if taken before the pension execute. indefinitely as to time, it is manifest thai enjoy' 'the curity which some of ,IbV slavs ,

Btit enacted by the Senate and House ofRepretasatites agent. himself. The question, to which I allude, is whether slavery would be perpetuated instead of.being States have; by being covered in depth by twef

of the United States America in Con- Approved February, 184g. African Slavery, as it now exists in Kentucky,. terminated. To guard against ,this consequence I three slave States intervening betwee'n theaF. '
ptllllwmh/ed. That there be issued under the shall be left to a perpetual or indefinite contin. provision might be made that the offspring and free- States. She has,greater lengthcf:

direction of the Secretary of the Treasury, aregister |PUBUC-NO. 10.] uance, or some provisions Lll be made in the of those.who were to be free from twen. border on free States'thaa any other slave State. j j
1, or enrolment J for the Ship Annie Tift, AN ACT to authorize the Secretary of War to new Constitution, for its gradual and ultimate) ty-five'should be free from their,birth, but.upon in Union.from That the mouth border is the Ohio'Bier,:.
formerly! a British vessel called the Kestrel extinction? the condition:that they should be apprenticed extending of the'Big5lnduky
make for the of Caddo
reparation killing a
the mouth of
r bit BOW owned by Ma F. Tift, a citizen of the boy by volunteer troops in Texas. A few general observations will suffice. my" until they weretwenty-one,.and be also afterwards six.to hundred the'Ohio;a distance near
j Suu of Florida and which said present purpose, without entering oft toe whole liable to be hired out a period not exceeding'tbree miles separating from'the'al-
noel having Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatices '
subject slavery under all its' bearings in every for the purpose of ready powerful and growing States of Obiola-
I Wn wrecked on the Florida reef, and com- of the United States America in years, p raising diana and Illinois. "' s '
f 4 Ded. and sold, was purchased by him. and Congress assembled? That the sum of five hun aspect of it. I am aware that there are funds' 'mee't.the''e.xp se to' the Colony and Vast numbers of) slaves have fled v,1'fronTmoat'
who believe that is their for the first six ,
vlieh he respectable persons slavery subsistence months
has caused to be and refitted
repaired dred dollars be and the same is hereby
appropriated of the counties in
Kentucky from Th'mO
that the institution to exist The of tJ of
for Ptouided. It shall be a blessing, ought Pennsylvania, system, emancipationfixed
seaagaia: provedtothes out of in the not -
: any money treasury the Big Saadusky to the mouth of the
in every well organized society, and that it'is the period of twenty-eight for the_libera Miami?
tufaction of the Secretary of the Trea. otherwise appropriated to enable the
Secretaryof favorable to the of tion%f the and and.the evil"increased' and (increasing. ..
107 that the cost of repairing and refitting said War to carry out an agreement made and en. even preservation liberty. slaves provided, Ion her Courts .
Attempts to recover the Ted
(Up to the United Stated after the Happily,.the number who ertertainthese, extravagant have since interpreted the system tomean, that fugitives to the '
purchase by tered into at Torray's Trading House, in the .
most painful and irritating lIisiona.'Yoimth'e .
is not and the of all who were
opinions the issue
present owner exceeds three-fourths of the ori- State Texas thirteenth 'Eeptember eighteen very great, to be.free'at the limited
to countenaflcft and '
|iulcost of building a vessel of the same ton- hundred and forty-eight, between R. S. Neighbors time would be uselessly occupied in 'an elabo- ,age, Were from .their'births, ,free. J.'li, have been chiefly afforded'assratan'ce'to tielugities
.refutation of them. I would however by "persons in"tht J
in the United States.AflXOTed remark Pennsylvania system made no provision. for
up ,United States special Indian agent, and State of,Ohio* but it is to be ; bthe'
apprehended from
i849. that if slavery be fraught with the alleged Colonization. : ,
February 1. Cot P. H. Bell on the one part 'and Jose Maria
benefits,. the principle; on which, it is 'Until the commencement of the system.which progressive'opposition to slavery that ii
Tow-i-ash and Had-i-hah Caddo Indians on the :
1 maintained, would require that one portion of I am endeavoring:to, 'sketch,J think all the legal process of time; similar' facilithistOih''ecapi. I Iofs1a'yes
7. other make remuneration in for
puEuc-No. .J.JU ] to
part, money will be foutid in the
the white race should be reduced to bondage to rights of the proprietors,of slaves in'th'eirfullest : ; States India* t
,: ACT for the relief of the forward officers the killing of a Caddo boy by the volunteer another of the when na andlhinois.: ,By means' ofrlfljbadjgna. '
serve portion same race, extent, ought to,remainunimpaired and ?
of the late troops in Texas in the summer of eighteen hun da be reached .
exploring expedition. black subjects of slavery could not be obtained; unrestricted. Consequently jtheyjirould .have can from nciilitj'ju'j1juj- $
i if enacted by the Senate and House of Reptf dred and forty.eight.Appro"ed 184g. and that in Africa, where th'ey.may i entertain theright to sell,.'deISef.or remote them,from more'than twenty ifour Eouirs;* "t. -*' .

tive: the United States of4merwsinU4S February, as great a preference, for, ,their* color as we dot the State. and in the latter case.without their Ir the event-of'a'civil war breaKnjfout7'

ii, t assembled, That the proper accounting ourj- they would be justified in reducing offspring being'entitled (the benefit of emancipation. in the more direful l1t of a dissolution of ti> 9

'i.f yficerioftbe Treasury. Department'be author- [.PUBL1C1io.l1AN ] the white race to slavery, hi brd r to secure .Jor which the system provides. Uniony in consequences iifTthe'existenca'of slavery .

'"w id directed, in the settlements of the ac0JIIta AfT for authenticating certain reco \3s.Be the blessings which that rjjtate. .is,said, t.dif 2d. The; colonization Of'the free' bIaekt"u ; Kentucky would become"'the* theatre'and: -. j
f of the forward officers of the late explor. it.enacted by the Senate and House of.Representatives fuse. thex;uccessively arrive, rom'-y.ear"toi; r.t|( bear the brunt'of th'e'warf 'She would doubtless '

"ftipedition, under the command of Charles of the United States if America in An argument,in support of reducing thl African toeage entitling them to free lorn, :J consider defend herself with'h known valor iand .
f '
t kt1 esquire, to allow them the extra pay of Congress assembled. That it may and shall be race to ,slavery, .is ,sometimes ,derived a conditio'n absolutely'indispensable. Without gallantry, bnrthe'HBuperiorityoftheniimberj' ; '' i j

{ 1Yt\, ndied and fifty dollars pet antoumcre- lawful for the keepers, or persons having the from their alleged intellectual inferiority to the itI shou'1.be'utterly.opposed to any\ schemeofemahcipatibn. bjwhch she'would f pp ied w6\sJd'JaT\ft' *
&Lo laid officers on the pay-rolls rendered custody of laws judgments orders, decrees, white races'; butif this argument be.founded One hundred and'ninety odd! 'and devastate her fair fields.'. Her sister slars *'-*

,, wtke&r&l of said expedition in the United journals, correspondence, or other public documents in.fact,'(fas it may be, but which I shall not,now thousand.bHckSj-'composing: :about one. fourth of: shouW States would fly tblier"succ6r'but'everi( if they x4

[ !tat !,agreeably to the direction of said com- of any foreign government or its agents examine,) it would prove entirely too'much:- entirelpoputatio.H of the 'State" .wilhjtheir; beVticcessfiil'fn the mieq ial oictih.nevecoud"obtain ', .
'1' mader. relating to the title to lands claimed by or wider If would prove that any whit* riaiiotu, which descendants could never.live:in'peaceharmo. anindemnity' for the a;

I Set2. b4; itftitherenaced, that the act the United States on the application of the had. made .greater. Advances in civilization, ny,,aid. equality with'the'residue"of, the. popu-. vitable ravages of the war.- 't. ,
I 'COQ.t.inc officers of the Treasury be, and they head of any one of the departments, the Solicitor knowledge and wisdom than another'wnite'ntionwould .. J 19n.1> T.leoor: ,- :.passions' > >J( ,and* .prejudices It may be urged that we ought DOt by tfct' i ;*
Ire *" Commissioner' to'reduce thelatter to would forever, the two : gradual:bolit1on;:of slavery, to separate our.
koriied and directed in the set of the Treasury, .or.the of the right prevent races living tot
I !"ja< of the accounts Of Lieutenant CadwalJ General Land Office, to authenticate'the 'same state bondage...,Nay, farther,if the principle gtthei'in.'state of cordial union.." Social'mtirataud -, se\ytsfrpm; the.other; slave,States, but continua
r fiwijold late commanding the U. States under.his hand.and seal, and'certify the same of subjugation founded on'ihtelteciual 'su political degradatiotylould\be the. (net-:: to fih e jwitir'them! in all their future lon nes. .'

jPffrttpoise, attached to the exploring expe- to be correct, .and true copies of such laws, periority be true;And be'-applicable:tb}faces itable'lot.of the, olored race. Even in the freeStages' The power' of, acbilave State,within its limits,-'

'littoJ2 1 iii allow and credit him in the extra payajwestifiedaties judgments :orders, decrees, journals, correspondence and.to nations, what is.to prevent,its|beingap-. (I use the'terms free and ;States.not' 'over the iistituition" of slavery,is 801.- > :' 11J

I! at the rate of one thousand or otherpublic d documents j and*ben plied to individuals? And then the wisest man: injftny sensederogatoryfrom phetelass'crim. reme and Jcl i.e-x'CluJiTe ,.of that-pf;(3oagresf '4

f If ?per&nnum nd upon the principle ape the same shall be certified by such minister, in the world would have a'right to'maker slavesof plying any superiority InHhii' thetb'Q_" for the:: of or.each slave of any otb'erStateC The'goTtrament -'

JJ* to Ae accounts of Lieutenant W. L BUd consul, ,or judge, mentioned In the'rtectioot all the rest' ,of mankind J. ,. .i. ;.Ki1 s k'onrevifw' )','tbatiatheir.present condition.Ws .; ..Ut'aDa'm-, Sutelf'bouad.'by. the high*. .
,I ? *efl ommanding the United States sloop this ACt underhisbd and;seal office,1, to If indeed, we possess this intellectual superionty me ihtiori. Stttis the ena1 leghIa.obait _' ", so1enobbgatton.'as to}dispcacf'theqOestion
lseock, attached the shall ': igratefutjand .thankful to: ; i thVjpeople ofOolor"is4iiite'as| se. ofa1aeryso, .best'to prcaiota
to said expedition. be true, copies of the, originals, ;same profoundly the and .
if. fpw* February, 1648.. be sealed, ,up and .returned to the ''Solicitor of RThL.wbo has bestowed,it,,we ought to fulfil all yerejif not hsirs' er, than itis in some of the' ,of peace the,State.happiness, proapenity.otthspe. .
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the Treasury, :who shall file tbesam1zhiaOtice the'"obligation* and' d tles whicH Hrimpose fi 'slave Stole. 'JUao! ,where ja the Unit d States pIe: ,.Kentucky-beingeasentijijy: .4farmiiliatate

Ptrzuc-No. 8.] ', and cause It'to be recorded in a book to be and these would!require<09not tb ubjugattV)ordeaVunjustlyby are'tamalgamatipn i and equality, between' the!: 7' in sIAv1abo1esipnflbIe! >'H. .
U ACT 'AJ t'wd laws fello who are less 'two riesji ibl"itJ8 better'that'thare should ;If,, aostoftheotheis1aYeStazejJjj4 (
Ia.king appropriatiODi for tkerop. : puroose. ;copy par... men that labor more'p' ,
pert oCtile feed Ia tctr.t... ft be'paratio :anti 'thairithedaats Afriris. fitaLIes'in' ;hf 'u1tnaof
Julgmenu than ire Hpfo
MiILtry Academy, for the year orders,decree ,journals, cbrrespon- ; uU : the staples of 'cotton aM '' thmaz
IDr"1he thirtieth sonled of And to thenu ? noil 'zub : SBonld.be returned d' to,the native Iantt r.t"'eu"aU ,
of JUDe ODe thousand deuce or other p.ub1i doumena ; or enlighten c s<4. '
,, **> \ 'I perceive ATMsoalathatTeeliag: forjtiauiag'fsIaVeryi '
gl&t hundred and 6n book A of the people of the UnitedStateln'every ri..i: ,., ,
the same recorded in, said,. ,:rnaYirdineyid .yast L'i 1. : !. J'I" ''' f" 'j'' 'I I1""m which it canfloti: e4 .
lIit Gltttd" tile Stnat end'Htnue of- nce in all courts where the title.to land, ; &tion W iWdJ'I UI1C.ej-"f ', Ye.b"1i seenthat tha .p'I bs'' 'should %. .9
codtrpLthe jadgement.fkentuckya I
-ttica.f the United States gret'the introduction-slavery into $hft Qpjojr:i ugge4pQp9e14s(4iiepreaciibe1 ih' 111 ai'ir .rtatioi t:
StatesThat 01 .f1lt71C4 II claimed by or' .under] theJJnited may. i .,'; ". to what ttafr be'fittimr and 'Ar''t rh 4
.. ltd theherebj 'c u ',into with the. originals nTH' undef.he authority1of- our .im ilied... lr:r -: -" ** -" "'
following sums qiit$10neU4117 tiaM1ea1ii. teHsta., h liS e. 'iii w
e lame are $ appropriated out ibe:' Wl'Ii lament that la single II slave trc&d ,, : age .t othaCot6fwMcb1T bhaitM1 ir )h f is1i '...
1t&D -
JDOntJ in the treasury not otltenri apNpriated s2:. 4'd tliriri t bUui tl' Th t'the5 Sp- deplore;the'necessity of th'e cdntinuawejof: slain T-iD'h Ie1eCtd far tberestaqOla&this'1process *- f t<>'fvreaay aiih 'ia1w!tl tefendthe t+estta< :
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for the WII:'cause' e'eil to"be of the States regard e institujoieViu.the Irattportatio4 U> >continued;,tan-;
IUpport of he Military A licit 6f.the Treasury a very any Iathe; enjoymeni of all their lawfiil.ba otst.' J
D7 tor the Thrtding the thirtieth or June made and provided for hU'bffice'withrirach'd) .Uija 1fe-iil'tO'bbt 'i l' 4W u1d re- :, til the separation of the two'races'iscomptejedjIf : thtional rightl;. Her ." w; poimaaand'pajeif ,
taethlGlalld remain in .
eight\inadred tth'. United States i1i 1l.ppi adoption oy.aj just agdpracjtfcable the emancipated slavesTwerr'to 1.' "- ** -1* i* -
fer and fifty; vice as the Pr"eident, ; !I. ii ,'-woaJd 'be greatlyIncreased: for -the
IJ 01 o5. for the removal ofalT slaves from Kentucky jUntaifbeyAttained-ithe/ twenyfeighty -; -
-instructors : and tl'iany public''documents; plan l1i iiUf'if 'i-i-i odd U-Mt-i.r5.
cadets and copies 1i l1n e&I
IIlchzs ; .. : .
Inlnt-niUe.thoUland jjaperi/'Velpnzing to or oti'the tnon2ui. HIthertoiio-'irach'toti it\wouldl ftbout WrtyrCous gears ''tIi..d1" ..t fcftie. au
hnn- ,
seven recordsjbocki i
cad n.. !
mt-four dOl1aI'l under the si iLt r -- .Hunt' Wh.nn. .1.e'I\Muoftof I fore.the first,Anunal.tnmsjttlie rtati ,be-9Dt.jf : -
Fi, ; 't' fie of the said.offices 1IiAIJ. l I '. 41J -# ed .ti"e iiib .hfte'uuiab vtiati.rhcfwoutdTe .
i ii 00 of subltuc *ve thou- rAt-jttiSdficaor: ; 'wben : hij otB cia1a1" the formation of 1i.1 resen ionstitution of.y. I system vtfomri. M 1q :,t f1 mif fetil''eit wpl '

i, dZhVn&1tdr aDd t.em,,ou.dollars be vacnt: under 'the signatfre bf such'officers I 1C etuc'ky1n'111l' qd tJ b1 r 1;I ty-nine year,'if its operatfon1 ega.zrlQ.,18 i ." hUdeie bt'tefiftbs.IE' -*OK 1 :

,:: forage for o&icera' horses,two thoDl;I' may''bo'ocIati4fOr. the'fitne bmg,I accomby -::1 ,> .-.. -i--.;.-_,,_--'.-- j.__ thtt;;n-2iJl e f-J *.i. .u WbUIi'j ti : 1M nJ4fl3.1uLiu1&bI 1 ..lt1i t rma t i'll'h Cit. J ,j
hadM"'tDd aiaetl.. aolla &Dd aU -. anied,' an. ltD' ./ the'saitilJealT 1.411be': ,tated: its friends bad to eacjbuater a:greatstflclein o ti-I ;daDat' 1' tl1t '4i iici2ii: i"4. t* .11 4 ii> r-j .....v _-* >i._:Twaowieac rt
PWtoi .. --r A

11oo11" ODti\lecI! to the nawwJC4U'ctsei'e ttall TiritHrtocrds >, the;fact tbali IHere thai allst6i.J ,ed*! lobserved sMt tedythUdIl&t I : ? 'fy tm-"il" ;' .,6Du'1 t :
: : Wed toelJicenoll.he earns amount om etel1t I '.Id&BtntV bo bfa '' .' >ll4fAco: lptIAoi J JvjotttS. JH9 c ibl incrls.oThlav*I 'i ntCkY 4 t .f Jii '.! =!, Jf _'
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..af1&W.. ,. 'I .:. 4 ;.:!1', I .' jKtf.. y tbfttti IiWDe 11\ *51 .. 1 ,, 'fdntftft., : ,.. _, #4NIU,'; $ .
.s..4'.t 't'f\Tt l .i444 or .1';;. J j: !|:rtf *.fnJ' Tf *t4 'fr' ,Hftl rlu1'j 'Ilr. .' ot'q', ,MiIJ".'" ,

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':: '"',: t4TthI i ,whj**' tf f U& .J Jim' t d1;r'i Tile War Ja.Jadia .. -Tff EJACKSOXY1LLIV E 'W S'f \hDaatbingelse SStfi I to' prouaeInchE1; ,, -.QI.1.. 4 _...I .

'. I .' watal4 LMS sdmlMed of icbe Urg t1. ,' j ) AND FJUjgOF MOULAN.t 1 4t, t t 8-J.- f Sti i .L fAltk tjgb foHneeinpthe'conse- J ._ Ws14su; "

.:,:1'. l' I Uts.,d iirtdt Jo,.egD. l' btIt I ; ,The pun: J otfta27th Dec'zzThe % ""."'. _:.t .a, # : \fSlSKjTtheS ; t.
: Operations began .w I Iio ;
n ('' t- auenceize i4viseskintucky 10 avoid t
' which.t Jut proposed; ,11Ibs$1yi .ftecastdof ', __ ___ .. t. ". I suburbs werfjcarntxl byjtht -, azJ' i t ybff ;w5 *g"i" ..ofG. 6
.. :, "Wot too ssrlv {nit' ,. .eonuaeflceioeiJ< or too. S the town captured by wnibsrdmeat, breach; ii them bjr air act-of injury to the negro considerailoc, hive tuWli
; ; rapid(iTItiopeMUco willffcyttww! HM/' i lie ia
and atorm. Few British were killed, while i her & IAeltlbl< .at I Uat -
t-'J.-- to at t.with wntmy.rtproache* adopted, aqdjiNjpotroojieTy JlS.. gb Thirty : 4.
; 1 tbere wasgreutrloa to:thSikh 3he: town '"T "= uoIntJ to.oti1'.
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' : it-is begltt tWrty.fottr or.thfrty-nln years ; 4' : be,5
to Stitea.iWE eftrr
* 'r : i Was surrounded on all sides and attacked without boring 0,1 0 lae aDPJroM-t'1_" .
'; ''v I' from the Urns of iu adoption,*s the out period regular Approaches while an incessant cannonade .1.--'S' t e.> C.40.. i- ---- ;_' l\"t i

.' : r or the other shall t*jefccttd for Its commenceotnt. -' of sbp b-eU.and roeketSfcWas kjtptup ; :; .. The selfish nature. or Mr.. _CUT' j Tb..yoftfiD: w a
r! How ) time It will take'fo remote v =?-- : 24,,1849.r-. -.. -.- _-_. _. -<_. 1tItf' ..
;- 1 .f long to damage the defences and to awe the besieged.The he 'thus uOTdl en&lmm1Jy o '

.; r.' .11 tfct colored rice from the But by the on- ..ioDIM transportation of each year5 nataial increase ,1b.fri i b rbof. .lJt lg-Letter* I There arVsome occasions when'tbe aVy& thStIeci Connnittee tcas. ;
pole iiP.JI9u'p J.h! .. ,hoauraa
:,: be alt'.tI Ined. After ** *!*>> -- ? !xx&Xy'ZWgoment!
" cannot exactly -
i. had afforded to"tI SIU
moesive a .ofGen. SUeld .
.: t : !: the system bad been in operation fbtneye rsJ 1trouioitionL; boiJdiagl"; hee1dZtflIj1n4: 7V: gid.tb'i. week to our reader the "to,1o.-.P.r.onii'.' ... .- only .ao. i* ported a resolution eligibilirj the .

j.r. .4; ,. that tUck.would it probable JioW from, (rom it the front Manifest the diminished blessings routed,.the main troops advancing In lines with declaration"*S ?. P J :of* *Mr.*- : *CLAY**-- s- upon the* cubIt *'-' missible but ,'necessary? ,y < y The- motive* .b.; not having .been" _.a dtizei tJoi"

' !f ..\ ,gu. of slave labor, and, from the humanity the bayonet 100 killed:aiid nhderXloss And wou idett:o;!_JEJeaty thelt partofabout batte.; ject of-emancipation.; is OneS of the oLany;I,4i Anguishedttatero ;"who J ,tiOD Sttet A r nI thesahject dekweasa term nqufr, .

!." 1 i' and btnevofcnce of private individuals prompt' vies were Ihftt'erected at.thosemounclSj.wluch: ;1 1were' moat 3-=!*5 eztraodytary.productions." ; of'this- lends all the mngic'of his fame'and gen. The w.:1na1J1 tOItpoDei t"

; ;\.t log a.liberation of their slaves and their trans-I 'distance from the -o .I4tb. The Senate .
at aTx ;
ut 300 -
> wal, :
. would exist I of'. and ins to urge a wicked meamuTeshoaldeexposed. ; D.Btc11ti.
; 'f porUUoo, & general disposition 1t' Deybrea1afthe29th: 'opined'from,the. age pseudo-philanthropy politic.atJ ; and several auga.trom
Jtl. tup
. ; ( accelerate arid complete the work ofcolonita- liseV With fire' ofmusketry i ':Ti'- u5s isIn.i> JJ.t 9''i Sinee1 HEKET CLAT,formed ', recehlLL. .:
".. c:... ; British : heavy' : i. v. ,1 !advocates,, a meas-- ? .40. t-_ (.J r
: ; simultkneous ctthe.mortar _
and the discharge _y
'i_', '. 9 tlOD.That the ly.tem"i11 be attended with some & after which the othtr heavy wtiljery and a'ethterrible: consequences of whichit the celebrated, ';' Coalition,betweeij Fr.ssthe CAarlut'lI Cnritr- : ; '
g 1Ir---J.
e' ,l; sacrifices on the part of lavebolders.wbic1i are howitzers 'puahed tb within 80 r yards"of the, portrays. \We :have hitherto.. had the'\Eastern, puritan'and. the Western i. 3:" '..r... .." ..- .' :,. _'
.' to be regretted need not be denied.. What great '
1i i f **' ? H-* "t't
::!;I' .f and beneficial enterprise was ever. ,accomplished walla.;' The of enemy's the Britbb fire,;continued helL .nearly.incessant cea.e4.twbilethat ,. some admiration" >. for., -the .powerful' ir.telIecto )- Jack.Jg,*' he_ .has,steadily' sought :tp"i was T not again v. Senate discussed, yesttfd 1'1"t kiwi t _"-_

':!\ without risk and sacrifice But these sacrifices < ( the .ambitious 'CLAY.Ve. build of the East. A i_
and.e'TiJtntll..ith.greafetfect. uptheower. .
* As- .". .. ., are. a.citizen 1 orrn the GovernorotIlIjnj '
f } :. are distant cont1ngentan4incouiderable ezplo4d3n the \ N < -" .p.- "*- ji O ? JL- t"
the of "Xext day'a large_magaJane with sentiment of unmi- of nnnjTncultaral Statebe. ad carfoned by Gea :Shield's.mfestfelSS
. ';. : aumlng the jear Ib60 (or commencement town under oar fire 'and'a confligration'of now-inspired ;a : .I .
OD she table.. T
.;'10., : .y: the system oil klaves born prior to that time grain stacks succeiietL "All, '.thW,however did ,tignted o'isgilst for'his 'utter hypocrisy ,focnted tarifFthattaxed the:,Union declaring the election roluziooo YOld ( '
. ; t; would remain such during their lives and the of the Sikhi "u d'

.::#. _4.J r.. pcrsonnlJoM of the slaveholder woulI be only now not appear in the close to daunt vidnitys6f the courage the British.troops,, and'selfishness.Thht eighty.millions dollars_ a year,Tor the adopted into Executive by -a J"..*'.in I WJ' ritl.-' Th... StDat. "
' session. r ,
. 1-:1 the difference Talue! of female slate whose .n1. ..
a '
' 0 for the!fire of their matchlocks increased and : benefit roinufaclurers. His,National
Mr. CL&T has _
entertained 1"h
;-::5) ". offspring if she had any, born after the first day became more,effective. At length after an incessant long S
'.' January 1660 should be free at the of \ Bank located the.whole:of the-moneyed Pia. thEWuihigr.ii -U. l' ;
\.t.f. age roar ofcahnon and rattle of ,musketryfor views i favorable to emancipation in ,. tkih. ,
;- tw": ., twenty fire or should be slaves for life.luthe y JF ... .. .
the close attack A.Nd-'t11.
about:O hours, was. capital of the -rn the East. He -
-. : : '( ." : roefe.tra*. if th.rllrhtto rOt'e onpn 'the advance two columns from Kentucky iswelJ known. That as ,'ep the sUve out of the Stnte should be exercised, by Southern' voted for Adams to the haunt the members C atfuuts'1o
the express
l-: : th low would not be incurred. The the..Bombay army while Bengal ee moved >, statesman. he had a right. to contrary oftfiecsbiirec .n.
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l ; :1 ; on the other side. Meanwhile the Bombay them i instructions of Ken tacky and the denr havinrthrown"em oHJ'UDT _
p slaveholder, after the commencement tbesys- : column had 'successfully effected its entrance.; urge no one. can deny. But we only cast thtai "lf* _
.ta im
.' =: '; tea, would lose difference in value between would, : South to the East. He ; itnCtupon lie
l.r.;r; .. \ slaves for life and staves until the age of twenty I This occurred about three in 'the afternoon of' question the delicacy!such a was Secretanes. TAlI fUnctioaayj ah1btzP&
the second January. Fourteen and 25 I for taing t look intthefreIa ,
guns ,
'..1. :J ;or ,fn. lie might ako incur some inconsiderable I hones and a.vtst step at thift moment, .when the whole the only Southern man who voted for the of mt dlft
; .} in from their birth the issue of elephants many supply.of :caUs. .,Ioctt.huf h.
F f nrfnse rearing. grain were (found in the town and the other South nrelh: the iron 'grnsp of our Congressional the Missouri Compromise, and :he did smeas of their ofiertVa no excuie
b free
who at JO.cfiJ
/a. J those to twenty-five f.-i.'t
; were .
;,, : todty, in the nuture of property, is said to be: to favor the East. His Tarifl'eompromse Some few of the onTce-sWkm hive :}
" .4 :" as it is probable that they would be most generally value. From tyrants,-when the protection so pa O'Il.,
t. : of considerable the Bombay Tel. dissatisfied
: = bound to binj he would receive dome indemnity complaining. ,The 1D l"'f
':j lhe fallowing account"of- of our lives and ; was a deception the remain have become
.:'?:. (roan tbeirs..niccs until they. attained their eiraoh we gin property_is withheld upon onlth'more ck ,'d

.;, t. ..,.".1 majority. THE EXPLOSION..One from political motives. Moreover South for the benefit of the East. His the more impatient theirprty_ 'b &.It

: { Most of the evil, losses and misfortunes of of the grandest and most awful occurrences danger lest the'moral courage olthePresdat
I. this letter of Mr CLAY is Bankrupt Law, legalized a species of should and
1" tt '.fr human life have some compensation or allevia- of the siege: now took plac*-the blowing not so much yield the torrent:fpTMeriw

i! t:; 4 dODo The slave-holder is generally a landholder 'up of the principal magazine in the Fort of applicable to.emancipation in Kentucky swindling for the benefit of the capitalists break dowtttyery barrier, andswtep".,ail

(.;,.. .. I and I am persuaded that he would find, in Mooltan. The explosion is said,to have been so of the East his past pledges and all his generou("r

"': ';" .. the augmented value of bis land, some, if not terrific-and the general effect,from the f tllof' as to the. Universal abolition of slavery I II I "You have beaten tb .eDftDYIaid...

. :2' ." full indemnity for losses arising to him from rubbish, boughs of trees,&c.,so startling-that in the United States. At a moment .Such has hern the career of this bad I to him.the other day, gloriously oa tJai4tWel
'.::'f r emancipation and colonization. He would aLo at first it was thought the place hud been vint- battle, but you *!,! ta..co 1t In.

j .i : liberally share in the general benefits accruing ed by an earthquake. For a .short time, the when every thing appears oat id the man. His Emancipation; letter crowns where you have Uiueet.as'ut'Dtau uii.Allie

;..,. ,r to the whole State.from the extinction slavery.. huge column of dust ..which. was _thrown up, South, HENRY CLAY believes that he his acts of perfidy to the South f and uiore greedy than thaMaiigks,1ft'
200 yards in height rendered, the Fort fear for the result. The drpirtnLsa44
. a a These have been so often and to fully stated, some ,
]'!' p. that'I will not, nor is it necessary to dwell upon .. and surrounding objects invisible; there was can make one more desperate strugglefor state of aiege. The Secret trisnjj"

:, ::: f them extensively. They may be summed upin consequently a brief pause in the firing; but as the Presidency. He now is willing Spanish Documeet. crowd or II re begging! lor time. r'Jfillll

: few words. We shall from soon as the dust and smoke was cleared s-ty,that if amidst this trmenduuspnnur 'h-
'- a remove usl" away
j .'I ; among Much has been said in and
Congress in the
the contaminating influences of a servile and degraded the fire was resumed, as hotly as ever. It is to outbid Mr. DEMON for the Northern General should stand his ground,;tiert.lit
,:: :.J''J;; race different color; we shall enjoy said that some of the Moolraj'a family, with vote. American press upon the subject of the follow moral force which his situationret' am uii"proscribe .

, : '. the proud and conscious satisfaction of placing many other persons were hurled into the air' ing article, which appears in the London Times i! pro cription, ;a he f ria.uedto.

. : ;; ;?. that race where they can enjoy the great blessings at the time the magazine exploded : also that This great and bad man, found his of the 14th ultimo:' he will prove himselt wor.hjr oth.. it mri:
S ; .1 of liberty and civil political and social e- the Dewan himself received a wound. This to which he has been prgmot.edB ozkii

, ;.A: I .: quality we shall acquire the advantage of the last report, howeyerdots not seem to have been argument upon grounds that are false, CCBA .AND TilE UNITES Smru.ElNitci'onu1of mllktl '. :' .
.i. Cadiz of the 5th
ultimo. has the
.i '. diligence, the fidelity and the constancy of free f. true. Our guns were now directed to the sup.posed .. and draws conclusions thit strike at statement, regarding tIe rumors prevalent following a Issthu.eiia n. ..I 'u...
: Ubor instead 1 of carelessness position ofthe Moolrsj'a
: the remaining
: "S. infidelity magazines
'it.: :'k and the unsteadiness of slave labor; we shall hut without avail, aa no farther explosions ,. the root of-the'institution o'IJa very.He .- few months back, of a cont pJateJ sale of the The following mcsuage was tranWaittrd toMasMchusetu ;1i

'; 4. .'It elevate the character of white labor, and elevate took place. It became evident that great. quietly takes for granted two points the island of Cuba, by of the the United Spanish goternment to Legislature. on &Ttarday.

, toO 4". the social condition of thewhite laborer devastation had been caused by our incessantfire government states by the Governor of thaXState_ ,accompanied 67.

:.v ':. augment the value of our lands, improve the ; ; as broken masses of masonry heaps of which are vital,. and.which. we utterly In the session of Congress, held at Madrid the resolutiuns oUhe State of Soaih.taroliM:.
agriculture -**' .- $
the 31st the -**>
on of
'l:J 4. of the State, attract capital from abroad > brick work, .ind crumbling walls, couU be seen deny. He maintains that the negro for January the on motion all Senor TetheHoit&ate.t ,-$ ( ts

: :, to all the pursuits of commerce, manufactures by looking through a while the principal Moyano, production. correspondence 1 herewith communicate for the use of jtit
S telescopel race are not happiest in a state of slavery which according to the_ proceedings hi
and bastions Id Senate the resolutions
, t! :. agriculture; redress as far and as fast by our 24lb. Congress of the United said have .the bgislatss.iL

. 1.:: M we prudently_could, any wrongs which the'i shot. and that we are committing an injury passed,respecting the annexation States was of the to Islandof SouthC'uroiiaa.. on the subject of app1ingjL_
: aescenaantsora Inca nave principles of the Wilmot Proviso to thcterxiairryacquiredroinMexico.
* suaerea our bands
.. ::. by holding them in subjection. It Cuba his excellency Senor Pidal replied that
, and we should demonstrate the sincerity with TilE KILLED IN THE STREETS. _. ,of

' ''J j: .; which we pRy indiscriminate homage to the MOOLTAW, Jan. 3, P. M-According to plan will readily be perceived that if these no proposition fop the whatever purchase.had been the made Island to government of- One o( these'regulations declares indecr,

: eauno of I he of thchunutn ous but pl hr terms that the;time for .
great liberty race. and intention, the City of Mooltan was t.akeo.bI Cuba ami that the ,
; -. ; Kentucky enjoys high respect and honorable storm yesterday about. 3M P. M. Our propositions are conceded, the questionis iu the United!supposed States negotiation published denied sing thia subjeet oa the part ot the eUve.SCata
!. /'. eonniderntion the Union i almost newspapers was has passed, and that South Carolina is

' -;. throughout ami troops, both European and Natives, Bengal and entirely yielded. by his order in the official Qnzette of Madrid prepared
. .
throughout the civilized world hut in humble behaved t(cooperatewith her sister Mates io rnt
; my Bombay gallantly
carrying eve- and at the time the Paris
,;1lb.4..... i'J. opinion, no title which she has to the esteem -. thing before them at the lointor the bayonet We have no wish, ami Jo not per by tfiy, Duke of Sotomayor.same in Not content journals with ting the applwatioa of>the principles of ti,

. : and admiration mankind, no deeds of under a most galling fire of and proviso to such teryat-cveiyv'id.j.
. musketry cannon ceive the necessity of entering into this the ministry directed suitable instructions
' .
her fonncr glory, would equal, in greatness and from the Sikhs, who had ensconced themselves any With undoubting confidence that slavery mav

to in America that the
\ I. grandeur, th) tof being the pioneer State in removing in rwr of the breaches. Our loss-&< argument to prove that the negro i* should our contradicted agents and in reports ,be excluded from anyterritory oS the Coital

S ..'."5 from her soil every r.ice of human slavery far ascertained entirely ; con- States, where it does uot.u w:exist. witLoattii
as yet slave.
comparntinlll1mull' The time
happiest as a for ar versatiou.wifh certain foreign ministers
: r l :j.:. and in establishing descendants of Africa -far less than what was apprehended it wouldbe taken denounce care least i rriDgemeDtupon the constitutional rgki

': :.. within jurisdiction, iu the native land ; that of the enemy is said :o be imwen gument is passed. But there arc some manner was the to project us, in impossible the most to emphatic the end of the slave Sut,9r )l.As.uhueu.t.uJll'fto
:; ef their forefathers. sed her wpposinj sudr exteasiwL sifncooslstent
.Jf' nnd the streets are reported to literally chokd facts the, tnan'sface. that all doubts purpose
.:. as plain as nose on a might be removed Senor Pidal tEreotstitatwB
.: I have thus executed the with the spirit of ,
I made alluded
promise with the killed the
: .( .j': to in the commencement of this letter. these must have been; destroyed greater portion shell of One of these is, that the slave of moreover,expressed his belief that no ministry the vien. s und intentions of its fnaith'iad i&V

,'::J :.; nod 1 hope I have done it calmly, free from iu I &c. that by our composed of Spaniards would ever listen to rights orhumanlt,. -'-** *
' shrapnell, were thrown intothe city the United States is better fed, better such a shameful proposal, tnatfe, and that we
:. .t::. temperance d so as to wound the sensibilitiesof from the commencement of the attack.-Corttspsndexcc shoaid cede the island It is hoped that the National Legisbtnrt'tu'Ipromptly
never of Cuba.
?. of none. I sincerely hope that the question Bombay Telegraph.AND clothed less addicted to vice, than the In the Senat also. General Narraez confirmed extend the pn&C11.1t'S 01 thatpmiie. ,
:ltr. may be considered and decided without the influence which are none other than the great pTiTI1
colored in other situation
race in the above discussion and added tbst the
any ruUIlYofa'ctSioo -
. : 'C, of party or passion. I should be most of the ordinances of 1787. overall tries 'teri(

: f :' happy to have the good fortune of coinciding % = AND MATRIMOST w CAUFOIXU. the world. Another fact is, that where- were entirely unfounded, and of'the Union, and J, ye'to those 'whi7
that the isltnd of Cuba would
:1i...' :; in opinion with A majority of the people of Kentucky letter dated San Fnnciseo July 28, written by ever the negro has been left to govern as now, a part of the monarchy of always Spain.remain, choose to resist such:11.\wJ to Oto.JX.judge of Bxwsi'Councn tieir iii.course. .

'; ; but if there be a majority opposed to a lady to her friend in Massachusetts, : "
: ,.;.. &11 schemes of gradual emancipation, however i Since husband says himself, he has shown more ruthless; Chamber,1" 171S4, .-.. _:.ifA .1\,
; my went to the gold' region -
.r', '4.. ::. in ranch submission I may regret to their it. will.my duty will be to bow houses have become vacant in all carts ot'the. brutal cruelty, than any cannibal race I 17' A Wnsliingtcn letter in the New-York 'Estt'.i;; t1avrry is 'Marylaii

.js. ,. S It it be perfectly certain and manifest that village and the entire male population has left that ever existed. Compare the freed .I Express says: meeting of the citizens of Charles etmiljj

ft VC: us. The women have been obliged, in the absence 'Almosta1l ofihej offiee-ee.ktn liar *food saxsthe BalUmore Argus irrespettive'dfWyfwas
wch majority exists, I should think it better of Jamaica ,
/:>,iV,: act to agitite the question at all since thai in of the males, to congregate together in negro Hayti or with the story to tell of lliePresident v'a 3 ulrhotigh hi-ld on Friday] 23d:tilt, at 'PotTnfoht
{ ; that eate. it would be useless, and might ex.erCe large numbers,in the large houses, and live together slave of Virginia. Compare the negro none as yet are mtjltbelteve,. toll'aw satisfied i pifpose ot Kpressing their viewi'wt
,. and do their own cooking. &c. I am witH tlierea bnibleh orbit' ITis ion"6f tie"
('. a pernicious collateral influence the answers. lation to exten jdarery over
S of Guinea with his
:ir r7. fair consideration of other anxendmente upon, which now living, or aa we call it, messing with a brotherinKentuckyThe resolution'is unshaken'its "removals. He will territories and other questions iuirftfeiiay-t*

..t! *l x&ay be proposed to our Cona If there company of fourteen. The experience of the deduction. is, resistless* S r "* m'ake'none'mand f.hU&elf.; 'AltuUi';e that u. The meeting was addressed very

!i'r be a majority of the people of JLeuiuckv at this world, men have said, showed that women could 5.4It "'f-.: ibiottgk the:'.proper<: epartmerat,."-kfld' tll Willb5c99iIaerel effective&, by the ifou 'W 1. D. Merrict, wJ

3. ;. 1 time adverse to touching the institution of eU- not live together without quarrels and turmoils; is. foolish to. tell us hboiHr their'nat> ; in/cabinet fcoaiiciK. v _C Others after which a commht W14PC1DXI*
but our sisterhood, at this time gives x' *Q *JS-; <* '< r 3i'. .L or
j. a plain 'I. ft ihirseuetht
1.iI. 'erJuit now exist, we, vKoixad.thought contradiction to this. slander ural right to .lreelfit YesTeolUJaycswhero'it ".\ good tot1111-t01d"by one ofnls eld.nejgV to draft Te aatlonstzprtisiveof
L : w it&e4 &. can oaJy indulge the hope interfered with upon our sex.- bore and warm ptrsoa&l (Vienna,who presented :'nmeting; >n the,subject upoa-,which l7hRa

r: 14;' that at scae future time..uud r.better auspices, When not drink by'wen, and when 1', .isc tha est5dfsocietythat himself at the White Houston ""dnmll''B; aw s$etnblcd, :deliber- They erfWrUuct ,
> jm *
to ** t''tih.-:1lC- &
permitted our cup of tea "Hinder ?nf rPi.
our b1.
..t sadwjti the blewongvf Providence, the cause, vine and tree" we sbouldibe /Uiijncpmgible mlj the President for.* fewmomenta, told him his : d 46 T pon on hej-.Iodq1foO4&4h'wbith
:. .: 1Ii have mnch heart own., fig we'are at quiet'l,:las ibe ceig o; .
. we so t may be atteu lambs. "*' > wishes,J>nd th.tn! commenced laying before nim .
. et..t.' ded -i& beuersicoes. peaceable. demand sjt : n sii'l ked1ip'f years,ry et he' rris bI'i 1triUthk'tf 1 b1bbiae,- .rlae.mett.lng..assea\led.: t.t,,!dJ! :
; 4.. In&ST r' I shall hajre the satiafuotion of for marriageable women s1eini .n.-L..t.right.-t S b .'rle., Lun ifSi iPilf t\ttJ"t1p *\heGehhtl) 'lrntbtl ok t D.loncL1Y ;:111 $?{!
. ( Jobea* great as fpr/goo'df./ fhls1 : _! .. .
!. ::1. ;3axing per2bnued $ duty to the State, to the, .country in.the world where fjrtbsVnly' vtrtt > *i "l"f > i. m. ." .u.j..dt.nfnditm \ fit\, onV ofthora.VA11: Mppoltatmenrt mntectsaethriA Ju\iOm5 reported.by.,stbe Olh1l.tteJ! !
ii 1t"";'"- al ricnd 19 SDe\f3 by placing eptixcent .' ; women are proper. novt \eei'tght. i1b u t tetthtinel-nd"hil-l.h t unanimously wopt .-. They breath t p rapiritt4o
toy 'recaud. 'fbe
vt v'uwyaliti
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; perimtoectlupon,record. llwjafety iI, 1\"l bersdnriV D'pp l1"-'bd.nf Qbl &pra8- herun ; .
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;f.ftru5p Ji. arnuc uceded -
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It : "j" tieK. .I. Jiaver.proposea.wllUanll/'ba Accused, ,The suburbs wert-carrJwl bjthe bayonet arid. _. f i 4uenceie a'ile'! Kentucky "Sin v TO un (0' O ",
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contraryreproaches. t.1omIAAtJon
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was pt.'O
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, k 4' other shall be1tecIThrit, othmeii e.t'f regular .The selfish nature of 'Mr. ,CLAT'I F rergifupu .iIf
&hell antLrocke
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damage the defences i tlii besiegeThe'tubnrbs letter:he thus lcif cnf:8'i"h \". '

;, :.1, .i..; all the colored_racf,fin tKeBtatt, by thVaiinttil : were nttack4cUiU tyb diff rttof ::. f. --,...- .,. 11. .. ."... A.. ; ..01:1 iOlefc4fc4 V :' l q 1D'lhe'Senateol.th.lJt&-! ,. ft

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: ascertained. After. ,i ciqt
cannotbe < of
,610 exactly Gen. r
'A tbeS1 rmkrvr* : .
).,t ;: tht systeR had been in operation jsbmeyearSjTthink massive. oitiokia. The3r M W1ar :: *,!week. to our reader the .g'omen-,, 'to- f.the**-1',person. .,j- -;'is. V*nqtpnhr, 'aq-.i ported>a' resolution a.t1igibUit1 tbt the e1ettio i

.: ;; ,;: : it probable from the manifest blessings .strong rnistible but The motive .he. Dot ,
; routed,,the main tiops advancing neit'thebayode ; de l laraiignpTit.| CLAr upon{the ..11"jectofemancipation. ece'Sart.l. haTing bun a Citizen r. i ;
: .J i : that wouldflow, from it, from. the diminished! ils'.oj4.thfetf ; < tot L rv" '-- States'"for 'the 'ti...-ftq

:!i4 .; value tzlavehbor: and from the humanity 100 kili!f1d>.tinder,nd>>0undedtjfeavy:: [ ;partyfabout batteries .. It;is one of the of..any.3- distinguished.;! tatesjpan!;:awhpj ;lion; 'AHong debate *nsaed'rrid.bt-t1i a !t" .

. : 6 f: : and.benevolence of private individuals J prompting were',tKfn erected j at.those moulds,:whichwere' m&MlVitrM f.dinay.;>'productions,6f''tfiiiT .lends all'the mngic'of his fame'and gen. The:tobjtet ...!naU,}Ostpt11e.1
; .k: r liberation, n of their slaves and'their'transportation from''th : ,.,>.,.1 s ,.,> \ 14th. The Seut'1.Wal
at abotit..3OOLyard* "distance \ uvto 'I
; : 'If t a general disposition would exist to walls. Daybreak Ithev29th'Opthed from theBitish age of.pseudo'philanthropy and politica { 'gi.vi measure: should r and sef eral atssagev.! In.BltCQti1"the f

. :; t.;: accelerate and complete the. work of colonization be" d. ;' Sinee: HENRY CLAY formed : recehed. '
; : a.ti l t1ghis1n L&dvo cat xpos ... _
. : 1 .ti toitH;a heavy fire' br'musketry measu Wjec ,
L '; .. ,. ._.. ... ''I ,,_." .J. t
!;: ;:. ; r ..That the system 1ili be attended with ,some, and the, after simultaneous which'the "discharge otbtr heavy cfithe.'mottar'artillery antf, re:the terrible 'consequences of whichit ,the ,celebrated, Coalition' ..bevween"the FTomtheCha'lutoi Coarse:,.,-l-n 1I1'l'' 4'A

, --t.: 4. sacrifices on the part of slaveholders,'which are guns howitzers "pushed'to 'within' 80 yardskbf,the portrays. JVJe ha v ,Hitherto,I,had Eastern puritan. and the ,Western t-'y,'I. Ii' 'II'r.. ...1.i14&-r.: \ ,

. : : What 1.'t1
be need not be denied. "
; to regretted, great '

: :f;, .; .-e' And beneficial enterprise was accomplished while wall n:that The of e he emY'St.fi.rt.British-continued then. ,nearly, incessant.Ceased,, some admiration for. the powerful intellect lack-lgt". .hej .has. steadily .sought.,"to" :was TQ again the Senate discussed.fora 1estti-d. JI''L'th"ShteWi-_

it":i': .". without risk and sacrifice? Bill these sacrifices.! and;evidently with great'effect, :: :: 1 ,of the ,!mbj.JlQ uI *C- AY.. We, are. build up,the,powers of the East. As a 'the Governor of HMablsttk.bitt, _".
:t.F are distant contingent incousidrak1e.As: 4 v it fi i J: '
t "i
r Next daf a large"magazine'.exploded jn'the;: with sentiment of unmi- citizen of, nn agricultural 1 Stale lie adrncated'a casioned by GeD.Shleld"IltJ .
i;: ; :.f sqming the year ltS69 for the commencement of town"'under" fire and a, .onflratIoupfgrain 1 now-inspired a : qn.the |able.The 1M.JaiC

,t -:.,.1 the,system, nil slaves born prior to that time stacks succeeded. "All;thisYhowever: did ,tignfed' disgust? 'for' His utter'hypocrisy' tarifT-that taxed the Unon&ghty declaring the election reolutioth void i t

;;!;;. :: would remain such during their lives and. the the Sikbi Wal duell R
not to daunt. the courage of adopted
appear. by a large
. wouth millions of dollars majority The
; .r; '. pcrsonaUoss of the slaveholder be onlythe and -selfishness.Thht a yeart&tihbenefit 8tbtiJit
. now. in.the close,,vicinity'of the l4ritisbtroOps, i into Executive 'seaston.ioiz .' -*,*
.' ilO \ itrere.ncllin value of a female slave whose. increased and ; minufaelurers. His National 4L
for the fire of their matchlocks Mr. CLAY ,has entertained I fro. zorn\. ,
.1 long "
r:1' if had born after the first
; she day. '
; offspring '
: : any, after incessant '
became morel:effective. At length, an -, tAi Wu.ihi i;
'L..!. :: of.January, 1660, should be free at the age of foar'of'cannon' and.rattle musketry views" favorable to emancipation in. Bank located the- -whole. "ofthe'moneyedcapital 8t. U. i J15 l i:

: tr'' twenty five, or should be slaves for life. : Tile $eae A....'C( .. ,
the clbi attack of the in the East He -
for about 50 hours, was.comhiehced "is country ;
:: :: I( ', lu-the meantime,'if th*rightta remove or sell advance two columns.fromtheBombay Kentucky ",well. known. That as .a. Th'arth of o-fti'c'ehiiziftn 1
' C J.: -I the tl-iVe. out of the Stnte should be exercised, .by. the : voted for Adams to the haunt the member tinue.;
'armyj while, the Bengal fdiee moved Southern, statesman, he had 'a right to contrary express of tfie cabinet; 'Thi
:! :J. loss would not incurred
$ : tbt.trifting on .the other aide. 'Meanwhile. the Bombay i instructions Kentucky and the denihavingtbrownthem OfHr0t2rh_
'' :' r'a after the commencement ofthesys- column ,had successfully effected its ntrance; : : urge,them,no.one can deny. But we only cast them witb.' iDJ tienca .

'.,.!:.t.t'..\! tem, would lose the difference until in value between .This occurred about three iti 'the afternoon of would,. question the (delicacy of such a South, to propitiate the Bast.. He was Secretaries. TAeti 'funcfioiiaries upon i,
slaves the of
.i tlaves for life and twenty
age for timsto'look
.!?j .:r. flve. lie might also incur some inconsiderable the second January, Fourteen and guns, and 25 of step at; thia- moment, when the. whole the only Southern man .who voted forth jog thesmess CI1i, Of ifltatbeirchsjmcand Tist 'fs avp.
many utJ
'..1 ;: expense in rearing from their birth, the issue of elephants grain were "found, jn'.the.town, and 'the other" South nre i in the iron grasp of our Con- Missouri Compromise, and he did.so of their office" tt kn excui!ll foi dtl b.
/H.. .i those who to be free at tw nty-fiYe until f..4
;; were in nature of pr6perty is said to be,,, favor the East. His Some few'of tht'office-swkew hi,
, ;.. .#..; I.itis nrobablf.thattheywould be most generally booty of considerablevalue., jthc From the..? Bombay T.el-' :grensional tyrant*,-when the protection to Tarifl'compromise dissatisfied and comp!ainiD- The lii' hoQ1"
/! ).; .: bound to him services, he would until receive attained some indem their egraph we give'the foUowinJ1acc9urit"Or' ., ,of'our. lives and property is with., was a deception upon the remain have become only'tht'more ckfei many: ul
. : : nity from their they. 0 "
, ;t' t majority. THE. .EX LOSIO 'held.from. political motives. Moreover, South for the benefit of the East. His the more lest impatitnt the for thefcrprty::Is tarn to,
r danger moral
; : Most of the evils, losses and misfortunes of. One of the grandest and most.awful occurrences ? Law courage of the Prtsidm
! letter Bankrupt legalized of should
this of Mr. CLAY is not so' muchapplicable a species yield, and the torrent
alleviation. of the siege now took place-the blowingup ;f-trostriBtb
;. -fi human life have some compensation or : break down
;' .f ,::::. The slave-holder is generally a landholder : ofthe principal magazine in the Fort of to emancipation in Kentucky, swindling forthe: benefit of the capitalists his every barrier, and svtep nsr ill
; ..,, past pledges and.all hit
.r._ ..... and I am persuaded that he would find Mooltan. The explosion is said.to have been so gensnjj
:' \ to the .of the East "You have beattn the,
as universal abolition enem !!_
from .IRvery'iri"th ), ltid.tlsocn&
';rt .: the augmented value of his land, some, ,if not terrific -and the;:general ,effect the fall,of. \ him the
to other
:,; !. ;. full indemnity for losses arising to .him.from rubbish, boughs of trees,&c; so startling-that;,: :: United States. At a moment, Such has been the career of this bad battle but duygloriouslj' oa LbtAeJ4.r

', '.1. emancipation colonization.. ,He would'nl/ at first it'was thought the place had been visited you hve.ytt. a.centsstbefj.1 von,

;i;i r to :: liberally share in the general benefits,.accruing .by an earthquake. For a' '.short time, the :when every thing appears lost 'to. the man. His Emanripatron letter crowns where you have to.iuttt.as il: Dta1 U,.
astic and
...t _i'. to the whole State.from the extinction slavery. huge column of dust : bicb, was thrown up,. 'South, HENRY, CLAY believes that he his acts of perfidy to the South f ftar.for the more result.greedy Tbe tb4nthtiuixiy! '

: :.j"- These have been so often and so fully stated, some 200 yards height, rendered the Fort drpanot412jstats 1.

\ :; h. that 1 will not, nor is it necessary to dwell upon and surrounding objects invisible; there was can make one more desperate strugglefor of siege. The Seeretasiydj; ..

!; :: them extensively. They may be summed up in consequently brief pause in the firing; but as the, Presidency. He now is willing Spanish Document crowd tfai.it.or amidst ure begging this Jor Ume.' 1ti lb:7.

.. : few words. We shall from soon as the dust and smoke was cleared say trrmenduuapreij ,
; remove us away
'i : : among Much has been said in Congress and in th.
. to outbid Mi. BEiToN.for General should stand hi
':' "i{ contaminating influences of a servile and de. the fire was resumed, as hotly as ever. It is the Northern *. gruu&'ej J\

,.":,j"., graded race of different color; we shall enjoy said that some of the Moolraj's family, with vote. American press upon the subject of the following moral _force which his situtionurt .d

': ... ..: the proud and conscious satisfaction of placing many other persons, were 'hurled into the air' article, which appears in the London Times "pro rl be. proscription,1' us. be prin. t'

'i.- ,::' that race where they can enjoy the great blessings at the time the magazine exploded : also that This great and bad man, founds his of the 14th ultimo:- he nL ruYe hi.mstlJ'wor.. y otihhi \ ..j':
' .- the Dewan himself received n wound. This to which he ,has been promoted, Btit, cairzllbe .; ,t'
;;. ; I : of liberty and civil, political and social equality CCBA UNITES STATES. ,
that arefalse -ElNticipnal 1
argument grounds ,
' ;' last however does not seem to have been upon .
e, :-; j we shall acquire the advantage of the report of Cadiz,. of the :th ultimo has the following C7itiflasauch.rsa

.:;:;.r'.....L: diligence, the fidelity and the constancy of free true. Our guns were now.directed to the supposed and draws conclusions .that strike ut statement regarding tn. rumors prevalent a n. ,..... CSU'.I1.. : -

: ;. 4 labor,instead of carelessness, the infidelity position ofthe Moolraj's remaining magazines the few months back of
root of the institution of a contemplated sale' of the The following ta.uMIifiiJ to'tiV
slavery.He was
but; without avail at no farther menage
!!: :_- and the unsteadiness of slave labor; we shall explosions island of Cuba the '
. .:_ elevate the character of white labor, and elevate took place. It became evident that great quietly takes f granted two points the by of the United Spanish States government iTu to Massachusetts. .Legil\lat are. on &ilurday.Iait,
t government by the of that.State awtomjKuu'eil
the social condition devastation had been caused by our incessant 9'ov.erno fy
; of the white laborer
.::.F.,.. \:' augment the value of our lands,, 'improve the agriculture -; fire; at broken masses of masonry, heaps of' which are vital,)and.,which .we. utterly on the the 31st session January of Congress, on the,motion held at of Madrid Senor ,: the resolutions of,the State SoatLtarbnw. ;)

\ :r. of the State, attract capital from abroad brickwork,'and crumbling walls, could be seen deny. He maintains that the negro Moyano for the. all corrtspoilI I TrheHon.ate: Trffaeit!
.I"::. :'. to all the pursuitsofcommerce, manufactures by looking through a telescope, while the principal I herewith communicate for the uie oftUi
." race are not happiest in state of slave dence which, according to the proceedings in i
; bastions riddled Senate the resolutions the
: Lfcgialatiiri
appeared 24-lfa. ,
. ..?-:: agriculture; redress at far and as fast by our Congress of the United States, wu suid to have !
' ,:: as we prudently could, any wrongs which the shot. ry.and that we are committing an in- pnssed, respecting the annexation of the Island' South Carolina on the subject of applriofj&t

.:': ;:'"; descendants Africa have suffered at our hands, -. of Cuba his principles of the Wiliuot Proviso to the tfrrity
i thatno
them in
It excellency replied
jury by holding subjection.
:.; ::' and we should demonstrate the sincerity with THE .KILLED IN THE STREETS. whatever had beeD made ry acquired from-Mexico. _*.,st
proposition to
.. : ; .: which we pay indiscriminate homage to the. MOOLTAN, Jan. 3, P. M According to plan will$ readily be perceived that if these for 'the purchase the Island government of Ont of these resolutions declares ill de
: ; ;; si' 'p-eat cause of the liberty of the human race. and intention, the City of Mooltan was taken i Cuba, and that the oua but plc1in terms, that tbetiiue for dDsing
are'conceded : supposed negotiation
the published
propositions .
.* question this oh the of the all Stit
J Kentucky subject port *ye
; ; enjoys high respect and honorable by storm yesterday about 3M P. M. Our in the United*States was de-
V- tonsideration throughout the Union and both and is almost entirely yielded. newspapers has passed, aud that South .Carolina is pnp*'
'; t : troops, European Natives, Bengal and i Dld by his order in the official Gaiette of Madrid -
:',.-r "' '\ throughout the civilized world ; but in my hum- Bombay, behaved most gallantly, carrying rve-, ,and at,the same time in the Paris journals red to co-operate-wUh htr sister StateiQfguting
1'.i.l' ble title which : We have no wish, and do not the applieat'wm of the principles of th
; opinion, no she has to the es- thing'b'fore'them at the !)int of the bayonet, perceive by the. Duke of Sotom 1or. Not content with
:-j.*"- teem and admiration mankind no deeds of under most fire of I proviso to such teritoryut'evezyhazxaL!
: / a galling musketry and cannon i the necessity entering into this, the ministry directed suitable instructions
?> : [ i her former glory, would equal, iD greatness and, "from the Sikhs, who had ensconced themselves any 'to in America that the : With undoubting confidence that slavery maT
our agents
' V- : t9'p'ro.ve that the i ii is reports ,,be excluded from anyterritory oJ the UniteJ
that of the argument
,!:;. grandeur, being pioneer State in reP in rear of the breaches. Our loss-a. negro should be contradicted entirely and in conversation
; States where it does not,nowexist.- without
moving from her soil trace of human slavery i ,
:''l every -I far. as yet ascertained' comparatively mull happiest as a slave.) The time for ar. ,with certain foreign ministers, care the
: :.i' and in least infringement upoa. cousUtationalijgii;
. establishing of
-far less than what was apprehended it would
Af-I was taken to denounce in the most .
{t :-:: rica, within jurisdiction, in the native I be;' that of the enemy is said to be immense; gument is passed. But there arc some manner; the project us, impossible, ,to emphatic the end of the slave Suttsy' .M.asausettihiiezpM.i
4e ueh'eztewlto.
;::4c :; ef their forefathers. I and the streets art reported to be literally cho-' facts the, iimn's that all doubts be < her purpose ofoppoaiej; ufnconsistent
., :, J" as plain as nose on a might Senor,Pidal, with the of thrcnstit5t4D
spirit ,
:I have
executed the .
I made
promise alluded ked with the killed the

'; : ;. ; ; greater 'portion of is ,moreover,expressed his belief that no ministry and intentions of its fr2ien>aittaV
to in the commencement of this letter, these must have been face. One of these that the slave of the views ,
destroyed shell
.If : our composed of Spaniards would ever listen to -' -ti- "a
: ;\ orhuman
.' ':::-". n'nd I hope I have done it calmly, free from intemperance .I shrapnell, &c., that were thrown into the city the United States is better fed, better such a shameful proposal, if made, and that we rights It is hoped that ty.the National Lfgislaturttil
and so as to wound the sensibilities fr the commencement of the '
m attack. Correspondence shoixid never
cede ,
the island
of Cuba.In
,,; ; f..-: of none. :I sincerely hope that the question Bombay Telegraph. clothed, I less addicted to vice, than the the Senate HSO, General Narvatz confirmed promptly extend ,the principles of tnaipnviiiwhich

:t r. &: ..} may be considered of and decided, without the influence i eolored race in any other situation: in the above discussion: and added that the rumorsof oftheordrnancesof are none. other 1787 tb.-.n.lbe, overall great the nneplM tmitO
party or passion. I should be
;:' l?::... happy to have the good fortune of coinciding I WOMEN AND MATRIMONY IN CALIFORNIA. the 'world. Another fact i is, that wherever a'cession were entirely unfounded and rica ofj the Union. ;and JILve'to those 'wht\
: i that the island of Cuba would* always remain .
1'\ in with ., letter dattd San Francisco choose to resist such a IIwJ to judgej their W.
opinion of the written
a majority people of Ken. July 28 by
the has been left
l .:.,.: negro to govern as now, a part of.the monarchy of Spain. course. Gko.: *. Bxicst:
if there be *
tucky; but a majority opposed to lad to her friend in Massachusetts
,; says: j :;
i... : all schemes of gradual emancipation, however himself, he has .shown more ruthless;. Council Chamber Feb., 17,1S4; ? ._..' '
I. Since
husband the
went, to h
.T.r my gold region 1
. . much I may regret it. duty will be to bow A letter in .
: my houses have become vacant in all |)urts of thee brutal cruelty; than any cannibal race J- Washington New-York Kxtrnniou .F Klarrry fa M.ryl 4.
ai in submission to their wilL ,
, !.4 :t If it be perfectly certain and manifest that village,and the entire male population has left that ever exi.tedCompare the"freed Express' says: A meeting of the citizens of Charles-tffalji

I : ut. The women.haTe' bee obliged, in the absence ) of have Baltimore irrespeetiveo'ftoTf
": such a majority exists I should think it better of Jamaica 'wlth'the u.A.lmost.al1 the/tffiee-seekers a good says Argus
. :e :\f I' not to agitate the question at all, since that in of the males, to .congregate together in negro Hayii'or story to tell of the President ; and although was hl'Jd.on Friday 23d ult, at Torf T M

,? *":. that case, i! would be useless, and might exer-, large numbers, in' the large housed, and Hvt together slave' of Virginia. Compare!the' negro none as yet ate gratifie4, I believe all are. satisfied for the purpose ot npresirigtheir vlewfttW
;.; 'b and do tbejr own cooking &c. I am with reasonableness of his His the extension"of o frtl 1ilt
:.''i ewe a pernicious collateral influence answers. lation to
upon the of.Guinea with his brother
: .: fair consideration of other amendments now living, or.: as We call it, messing with a inKentuck.y.The resolution, is unshaken as to remov ll. He will territories, and other question* IwiJeitiPU

r :L.i '!>. may be proposed to our Constitution. If, which there company of fourteen. The 'experience of theworld deduction. is. resistless. '' make'none in and of himself. All ''must come that subject. The meeting was addressed joj
.j ; .' be a majority of the people of men haeiaid.showtd that women could I. tliiouglt the proper departmemt, and all will effectively by the Hon. 'Win. D. Merric wJ
Kentucky this
1'I::' i" time adverse to touching the institution of not Vive together without quarrels and turmoils; It is ;foolish to tell 'us about their nat be considered in cabinet council. others ; after which acommittee wsiafpww

'.I, ;. .; : as it slavery but our sisterhood i :at this,time, gives a plain ural ': is told ofbis to draftresolutionr fxp uiTe.otihe-MJ"
who A
now : old
( ; exists we, had thought And contradiction to. this slander our'sei-; right to be; free, \\,e.tre. all.slaves. good story by one neighbors
:: upon upoa-ifhici 1.11
: wished otherwise, can and warm personal friends who the.meetingonthe.tubjtct
11. 1 :,7'. at some future time only under indulge better the hbptthat When t.it. rfered with b,men, .and'when : where'it"* 'is the interest :society that himself at the White HQus. on Wednesday, preseLted saw had ussembled deliberate,* lheJvFf "r
, "* "
auspices ** ,
4 drink Sf
: permitted, our'ciip'of'fta 'underour: :
b.I.J. .:! and with the blessing of Providence, the cause, own.vine and .fig tree" w'e"art at' 'as we should,oV so. An incorrigible l the President fora,: few moments, told him his strutted to report on thej)toiida.om&tIwhich : .
'i '... which we have much quiet'and wishes and then time'the me Upg..th ?eujQiiadjo'orpfdon
> J so at.heart, may be attezieI. ; commenced laying before him ;
:. \ ded with better success. peaceable The demand as,1amb ," :, ness is locked! up for years, yet he has his .written application, testimonials;'-&c- Th ,D1eeLiDgasse td"J piirsut to>! r
;i L...1'. '. ; In any event, I shall have the satisfaction of, ,to'be as great as for for marriflgesblt goods. This women ir tht seons ao'abltr"c.tl; right!to ,be fiee.. Lunatics. 'Put them up.' said the General, :Twill not look went, \ and., .the'pres.n.bl6lutiowreporiea si i re 3O"

;'J .": having performed duty to, the State. to the.subject in.the world 'only at; one,of them. All appointments must come y the, coinniitueand 'JJr .

ii.ii.-r.:!; ; ,and to myself, by placing ,my ,gentittents .-I country.appreciated!, The where prop rt w'om.n' males are proper in the ,and. ; !.madmen have 'perfect' rights. ., but through the"proper' channel,' and while I"wisl) unanimously adopted... They breath t fUjT?

.e i': ; : permanently record.' the all and all: lar spirit<'to.the Mint which hawctinwit
ofsockty their personal happiness public
upon !' :territory is. five to,one (females and the labor safety precludes en* you prosperity l
;( 'f ,With I ,:. views of the.,Southern States gfl1III7.! '
7;. / great regard, am your friend and obe-i I cannot make any exception to the \
.. .r_.1. J ient females as.much, needed, in c09 irig&clt'. j6yFientdNl1rn.( :- ::A minor, has'an ab- thl. an4'uily,eUdOrU wrt
trvant. HENRY CLAY.. course 'have marked out, even for the''best preastd in I1\t way,
tiig9.ld l 1't
:: regions a 0n*_ been J uatract '
r. : BlCUAKD Pi DILL, Esq. more s.'bete'h right! ta,his liberty but, his friend I have The reasonableness of the answer sentimentsof Mr,: Ctilbouys/ a -
, .L..c marriages
lastj'few than in j per .
.S''::; ,' ', _ _ ; ten was entirely satisfactory t:him and'hl lowing are the'two last .J hl
; 1. years previous, i9.UI country.: The > control'of jsl 0
( squaws son' if: irl the his parents.- '. .Ru'ted Thl1t bereat 1U
left his friend and ; ,
admiring more more.
Correspondence of the Baltimore Sun.r.b before will -' tl'.W Ift'i r .
f "
: they ; A /
r" : go toh&gold' region, make ef WASHINGTON, March., :184. forts to get white husbandsfwhich: they soon The absence of, intellect and.knowledgeare. ."Another,.applicanthad .an interview withhimyf5Urday.and i I
' ; c. i i'i' the thewfore.. ? '
I'. :. :: -.ln the_Cabinet,Virginia; Ohio, Pennsylvania, obtain,in the' present ,state o 'affairif1: Father : in. a thouiand,i instances, considered ;; bore'' .f' ;hinVa" petition, oromend year.that tha j egisli4urO to.fffi9JJ S5--fS I.
. t) '.Delaware aDd Maryland, contiguous States, )Manaqiie ;;the Catholic'priest'has; I Infonri. d'nie -i" "i '"' utL + .r. '' with an Immense rOIL 0 'Mr.f Presi- Executive and.,oth officei nnqer.* S vt te

,,. i t1.J: -arc represented Four gentlemen, to whom' that! he'niarried, 'the'Liscmonth one hundred I to ,affect .personal liberty.. Thus. -' .the- dent,' said thrfriend. 'you.d. .not'get'ovvr'that : Constitution a'tbe'fU r j .i i: ti. l D ; ;.

,r.'i 'Cabinet. officer*.were tendered; have declined.. c and. :fen white: men 'to.:squaws.: Thb ccbnscojnehceis : biutal rq f eg'i'sjn'the custody of those Jam sure/ Bead, :and Iram: 'sore you would -take suchDiCs3Mie*,,to.nlf"w' j -
f. : Gen, thai ,>! 'I IO'' and: the rolled from ought
: Taylor to-day'receiYed the various del. the poor Indians will soon be .1f' ; ;, a say: ; ; ,: paper the ijli.n'shind xenscof Maryland a Iotjpnmay.wziie ? -liJf..

.;.! ;.., '. : egations from Pennsylvania and made a.'f. r1' left without'any class'.brferaaled :(roin-which under,.whose-care;. be .can,,alone! emerge as he spoke... Th"OeI' eral'took it wiU> theicatt'tht er t. l i .
t ::!; I. neat speech to them. He reminded them of th'ey can choose.as,certainly n6.white woman from intellectual debasement. handed it.: backhand said he wouldrnbtlook'ajt Constjtutloa.,9IthS U'pi d tt !

.1JJ't;. :';.; his promise not to be the President of a party,\ whatever copdilibn in socitty;will marrY ah! ;. '.. 5. "" ; .1" M 't. if\\; reached.from the Whit Honser toBocbvefter.r..It : outragt aad.tbtipjowa rigfclrff.K85 ?>Ji L.--r

i, ; ; and assured Gen. Oi1leron behalf of the "Tay-' Indian, when she on readily. marry 'a White But<\.. c'LYyieids icttttse; points >ust come'tlroigh the'department! spoliation, .'r.i9 ts ,iT.si.1 1&.J
-t' J < )
-lor Democrats" Pennsylvania, that he: should! man of some wealth IiI4| proininence. Some of ) 0 llSo70u.st: ( : theref! BO getting round, or Resolved Tbafe.th umet
I ( 1elluvro.tt iti'in d. tl limejb
4 F'*' distribute' ,andLtalks _. . Y' --1L1' 'wrku'J-m.i ,
the offices equally 'among whigS: the most ugly and'sloverily'aerTants' here inaf.ry -' > I.:' "'<' ,r. .itice gettingi'i r the, thifi o persuasion has passetLby;anti iohui11t

Si. democrats and natives. He then called. on.Gen.;; traders' whQ hate accumulated'fortunes in a: ,":1e'.injury', .are inflict ing,on ana t"cJ.h..o ctimbs1P ijnJ. other wy h'kn!the patriotic action will save, either the !Sol1t or't
DUlerto keep till crowd from few weefcv.A ."*ho" e i'7* : T iv Hghtfcetresited'fai'& !qliiigoo(1; 'sCripral'4bro l gy, "*'/
j 1t.., him. : 'on&tOotb' woman eomes' herewith; the negro., j 4u :'see, utnfcrepcehe4rawe i ', ,thief f'nd robfJer.' e..umoDc'U"i't.. -; a; '_. 'MA 1.1i
1k .
b. ir.hi. wHB i :" r' :f.' -. -: I : : ._ h ,
iprihth C '.-What ,: gin 'hiritbeuatrhugOhial 'bne a.nd I'h'i4 .mt'g.o .: He -'h';; appolntweDwIflkii0bepm1Lde
:/ theUnjetj3 be. ;, .. -- !ar :.Tlatr Fuiar .i ", 'xi"t;
an&"blscabinet ,
.' 'f hl.- ? baPreeflt '

(gan telligencer cf do sixty, Great Tears Britain ago, iyathe.Nati6hal' In: .t froth tbougbt.that, L !ell iacargo, 2.r. girls r'''ihiid,' 1 .f. y"'_ tli-, ,.i, 'i..i n..:..'th"..$ ',-"I ent'.' .9C',> '.tlie'lr... ., ', .kin...", g f'ny.great ieefe'dispsed. 'burryd'not'" . r :
.7 JtoJie.1t
biSSuit.jbought > n: urea1speculation
Tdoibg;Damel1 'numb Hng thepeop1o : of, '; : enterprisingYsnk'ee "Bj tjl', out of arciviUwaiy Kentucky,wouWIw b r 'd-'b.'C any" other, 111tmentaare'seQ.totlie" ', ntsoto' the'ninOmit niamirlCCtu ." from\ .
Acensus r '
:cf.the whole' ; a rmeans'induce J pew ,t ti1efll ,Uiosegnto flu 'TacaDClea'alen&tet ton to- ;lN rtb m'.p rc:1 ys-:
British ti to efe .'y tht! i in :
be :
empIre !
1l. Ordershave be Utrit.l Utha C ak&ii 1les:. fiTSt:vessel.UgIy'as;' ; '.heJ'-'lookrshfrwbrfd; be: :"j :vS/? Ju, cc"ftji! ,she- r- r '- "'&' ."'u etl'cnasfdJ)1 the !of heavy fcOttOnfgood"" and oft
l world.
F .. .V,make preparations"Cor' h J bor;'thiiHt'mtij "re dil'' "tak 'b -'soi ""tridirl 11 'c 6uidnever 'obtain 'any indemnity.!' 0.siThisiisWtainlyi' ,..t.'orcon--. J ., ,.,:rl'4gtks .aw y. the.thmMexican .i yarn*,;thf'chUisedtcommereial ..-
: : .' p. be;executef e a : .t1, ."' nt'bH., : t .'ottfie1riiark /.'N 'Ii I .Dfrtf; JIi5 'E'J jCOmmtSI"wneecret3lJ' ;an lystem&tic.an4 '
4h .' uhifonn"p'nn' j .N.'IJ 'iJi 4j r'tr 1J "ftii, ; J most "torthe Minesotaare eii t1 tDtirmtans* o* iW,-
( rougDout the 't extraordinary clekndthtiPp9ntznut.
British i .
$&& 3 dom l ons hi' t ,CJ '1- -' > ..I". : ( t" '.,..< H tbIAtIntic!! "
pn > h > : eacb.Prilc Able tnmk Th Ipoitono
r it.3 appic4nts
.e.II 'This.is tb&flLt1tit l'j j.r vi.iJ!! < r'Ati asi AtAllrWO MM: it' does 'erntoryTber, i'' VPiIigio1twster
"Gild" JI !Kn JP toming 7" 'Iith1charatefrIatic -' Uie Dhati i1iJliouP
(: iodusft' % o
W pjete} censas f.th.e Bt 1 lvil1li,.T my J.l ;: :Lf un'\fb"t ".1 ( h' pro miy
term i bed npat ,D:J' the.o 8h.eI+er: uieuk.f 11ts3jIj l dI not ':1lt St i1lng:Whig ipe kt 01 a,gold nthe h'fiQg'I' !fro n:. 'IJ ao f.n! je !t 91 rt I'. dJ'/).E 'iummoris hi,*caMnet:at,9':.o'c.lock1rthe' morn.: powl' da'rh: n 1'4 d QIII"

coUP 11l P@ c 8O 1 ngh been discovered in'Montgomery*county: JKywhich I ;ie'iLt6:)'thhnes:of his=:motive und .tJ )ttT11.,bqir Othethorntug thCyhe .pidI1\f thei, del io th e octa\1 V'knVgitethiwgrt
; p' Dl. .
,Abject Grea.tJ3rltaIn.WT1tST3Qflthe I promises. ield'a quantity rof tht priciourrattal -! w uoyj/jyeflOJ 1ktbeuucrupuious yiq 'Wto n-jrfc""ifA; ?rii met, veflater.thseveret. bors of the pikEi ., abundance of rw CO\iOD'l bred3 st'tagorlCiMof&ctU

I ".o' et. oftPUIi.hOUn.e t.-'L: "' ':Onlhe p : :zr ,offjsqo"A Zjl. II 1'( H1HI ; p naurwch i on. ? n .nl"J\b'given" tos1derat1onstrom. sad.pec li

"fewer Vriters'onf the: f1'pIlaY8pncedl. gentlfeman ttt 8u V.alll1itC1i to un J. .110011.-' ?.'.?;"',.,.n. Jpttbliereceptionsj,and allJtiirowtfw : ?* bf.tbi,13P
'iej'i '
Crest Britain. France, or ( -.tPv'whil. digging' "1rtU; cmupoijejn v}, tbqi! 'flicknwledgetitbeb4' b 1dt tt9s'g0b5bu ,rom 3'fc 'ggaoto! : business:'?WejW6rkin 'l. J G"J. 4.c 1 : 1 1', "

,.tt '' Vb't"h'tUfnTs1ied' : m* ;- -* mp e.nnanl1et f on'rj l of yellow JTnioeraIvwhich, is J erth&, Ieb.d,1 ity.tha ;ac}!IIi.y.a !t > r ,Pr .identani; : ,'jr6rkiifttJ&a 1i-! \ advhne* egmnot* Ttl1

It c- fortjifipetf- 'mecrtG i!*irSS! "nod his ."'t peaiitestbfbei"g'PQft gold! n' ," '. : l'a. r : fotHfte/p/ :|1n>HhWt Is"ah obundanctof in1proted'ir&nd' I'w.1heT
i.iaiti. of
: OBXwIfifO. ,' \4DipletJi a*W,MAhJftQ- ijlaftutAl. k ; m 1 A.&i' .el o t t* .\If'1..J s1ev.1yeiWE no.7f wort trrfotf nff nft rauVn 1i i.'iIiib,,' laftr.l f.' _

purport of t" ins it. '. ,publiebsi" letter ,wnic teftu8: more)I t tl'begin' cltantiug the Inge'an stskle1' l .:.i'oUtieat powii-l.IJt. k1.



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$WuklDgt.on. 1Ormpcndeu'or.the C.werj4iccrti1 I .'..)".01..tria1," .. ,r:---y"- ,."'l@."."..,-'r.,1. pitta still e.Z1te atn.the aea UQft': .war i d" .wv'\'Reaa, bC 1l"ft.! acob.. Rea'd ifj,'. Ji, james r...; :Sa iIfij-wm S wKBC *7.*"r! re? f. .. It

: IJ UJ. sketches some of the dis- o un'otan'" It" 1( u.aa ( bTOKl .J1 t Lon4 ewsb ReTiin' JoEa'n Read a minor. wh fesHti .3544 From *.
c&atteudiug) theclose otWth, l ria I-/j P4from d9d. 1i. i.i f' strongly in rILYot ot .uie.m,em nt ot h.--Coli": irTpAT :'-'' ."JJ.I1 Georjri .;anlwh-oSe'. gua'; 1 .To AUquaat" I"ba am Friday ,' |

1. -. '- 1lyzpel1edfroi' .Ui':'lIbythe" i' 1 IJfsrror it 1..mijl.-n98rJ M&wiffli > ?B.: li1rhorajdeall1B'a1WD j 1 J j ,mil. i$ ;.. G i 1-
4:01' whfch eelcrrdon 4 .._ : -- vrflt ***""I'" :TT"T*-*-w
.collisions > '" "* > "' especially, tmpefintiodncIng.rIrapnc1iusesiutq ) 1blJ ._ _;_ ,_ >
h aDd personal I 1iI1)Jull Wi1flaiio Ani 1 1
the Jloun:of.both Uousuaze"P7. Assembly',' .t Cot.'D41iu' atterw)J oc g.k .; all'faturo tratitl"-Ua' William Qa. Your JW* 1 'Pa' 1J
day. .
should Dot be fQrgGt' by Hen.MrTCa'meronainTefeifirVf ffiVnifjfo :;most excellent philanthropic practi&tl'fd.t 'flttune McQa..1111 'ibAVijlLua pe. .oJ } ? v '
bt.deplored-bU\ Wheteth1
W tuck 3SSTP None : 'q !".J.I ec{ 1 Ia.'CAie
rhlCIl of the nations1 bf j" thinks'wouldobjeci'fo '
tnose' tfe tf W Europe MQ.e ''
tg. Tbe f.&ctI concerning uEiflfli&? .' Ministry tJ ;"! 4111n' aathat&flth, of letting the 'preceding; (No. 3&3J
al"'the Houle develoP Ilot o1fl A orcaVatOTsfplttln Jhei n;; ;"' t : ii becausejttbn'e: of em:areben&oD''lf other heirs whose names are;above "i r;, thfrt being now a route in operauca. bssws54Fx i,
ex- 6.J.GI *
p.bIt but a m05t alarmlog tate 0, fee1111g air.as Gid- I tbe,House ,Of; AueithfaHft t.>ikv i; MX3i '.i : ) ritortal aggrandlxement.lSach treaUe"withvtheDnitedfitateSjItthinks !reside' in.the'State of Georgia cieept' ," .tri-Wm... G eDe.. .&ila.aw.a v llel'' 'Ji'f'.T", ." .....- _..2 ;_.

hung there. :ThedUlicllt t'e CD aboU\ un.iDpan theHouse iir etH] /ThenotQrioiSsrifadam Itftar lEngland, particularly in reference most?ImpOrtant.rta Canadaniregard /, 'f\dtt lorn GRead fr t 1U1h aabdyeseE' 'J oar ptluoDe a niMr.ii&*at'i'y. V.j
ME theSuutb Mede W fl? p1ace? ;; ( Lay.jngbeen Mackentifelt.U.wel,known, has hid'.the impaV1dene [ ; to which1t.say that if the BritishGovernmenVdoesnot wnejptXof, t ehnid fr'1IiitT hit ia annoVconfraci ttaW itid'lh br! '; !t *iL !.Ta Ochesee Calhoun co1WT..,. .1 tf Y {{1
o'clock when 0"1\' *jto *i it,th H6tte.seVerat rfmes'tincV -ADdbick\-_ ( ;t m
fed: : bu
e I t t t} T1. 8* t
the evening keep fblr'
at time iu' peatfr sgtet thejOJdTe" cr nrchlase'therec'flH! r Cidden will state
one the return under the AnhfestyBHU.Upon:Colonel distance(and sizes ted.'j
1woit in. airthe '
tbought *& : qualities that 'to ;
high'degree by ,wMthey feerishedeertainiy Prince guing-intatheS-oom: he sawMackenziesitting tt.eh'apopu1atio therefore. pwysHhatfijvsnire'mayissue'to the tic,to connect at Ochese* with the rout Ill :I
their niot ( the i ti Kilfio'iiJof teens and* ShKfT '
jr govern a gttns or Other'propeT5 officer1 of)the'Cirtnit'Colart Apalscbicolvto '
of success. ti 41plans at the fable.reading .when Chauahao hee.i ",r*I i r;
chjnces or theJoUqwing could the '
not itrug-7 '
thst1tb Supply inferiority inany Nassau
County t
; begin tOC.** I occurred reqtifr1ng11th lo saa- 30464jFrom Tallahassee at;6 m .
scene : a Monday*}\o cii
lidding It1
Mr. ( *"* ,
,aceta (neliueJ to'ttirir adversaries. The Colonel accosted him 'by name And gle 'for"th.t_.-.4 'country.* !"fr_ : '.>.. -a. r -- I II mon a competent-jt f/-to be"and apjI&Thk'your eat:" By Ben ,hell Point atLPjwziq I
: -
chair --I
the Speaker's on tee. ; ., llonofrW'dhi&.the': 23d .,To
.n ear far asked by whose permission he was there. "MacLenxie .' dajTpf Msy Sot py, by,6 pro, 45 ndla t f: j c5s rt
of it
Mr. .'lSIld e a n at'directly in front" ,not hesitated to answer but' .1, L_tA t OF WILD nERaYTliisken" l next, at L1a.Conrt'J II Dse inthe coohty'of Nassau I <.*Andl ekv:between 6.s In u >f 1-
afterward said psica*
!.I Bet'fleen their seats is the open se ; medicines ,toth eat:and;finally,determine the_.value .
f the or .
ot' fl
the. few next
day day. .. .
had patent
remoyeu.. before the Cler k's d'k. ".1". he ,been admitted. by,door-keeper.. TheColonel ," .the till 1fldLwAntIyourpetitIonqruflker 3547.o.FromSt3Mark5-: t -j b'I t. t's J f
ircUlar ana the desk of Mr. Tur- declared:he.would not suffer his which we can recommend with c'onfidence to all ; am7t.i1ndq-a :;
: CIOed over to : thatanordermay'Jssue: to "
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: competent
I fliddines of UHnoiiTealouly engaged m coopera.Jnl eelings as a loyal subject to'be insulted by't' 'e' who are n1fe d wltli Cough'spCdld, ''br Conmpt lut-veer"f.nthflrjaidgn ndriqujtiog )im.';;I, 'LhMOIlUcello.b-B.K.wporti\/aciasa.and-MUioa'6, ri,3 ':
ofuh ;2. p 4tt oilea> : taa
in.the effort toSe pres ncc a person in the library;. and mf s. :, I
with Mr.G.: and ethers ., folt; or whore :'predisposed the1atteiomphtfnttIt survey the said lands antothakeplot.thereofadrejozLiW1pr And back.between
ordered him out. Mackenzie hesitated r amlQcb-t. sftXfi
or to defeat the. ...
off the Senate amendment C hafftjeSn osecf with consrd"erble. |' cet1ings to your Honor, on:9r. ; iaezt'day _n'it w P **'
who is nlemMM.1 -' lepartingt.when: t 1 el.Prince.'remurked- < t: ,
Si asked Mr. Turner before I
irtheLoe Mr. (.1. 'sn his side of the House: should be'unwilling to lay hands ozi'suck'a.felowAfas -' :ad vantage Jby,. miuyi.ftiinUies: > fn-town,,and;in a': And youiTpetttToner uraythei9tL*further day prays'tha ofMay:iiexC afterthejlegaLjgoticehas ) ted.'t Proposal-. "ILl*to commence*dinrport,are iati '5

: *'Rood humored the Vfhigson the oth- :you are ;J but unless. you, march''down 1 fewjstubbora cases has produced,highly benefit .beeu,given. to.the'; ':"saidownerSj 354&iFrom Q.dDq.at 9 a a Friday* i ,,: i-..]
were .
that not that they' immediately, I'll kicky. bii from the' :top of the' cia e1fects.-Roch Advertiser.i he
Mr. T. replied they were : er'Dai1..J. :Teg V/epresentajtivesandgulardj < ByRocky Comfort ",. > .- i
were r TCry: mach sasperated.Mr. GiddmgssaiduotgH stairs." to the bottom,-' and. into the public' street- i iabo. *><* tf. dians,..j.t-A-&.ftheTvalne o t.said' lands"''nave: '; .'TokefOrm, by 12 in, 10 miles* : :Av ;.. i'

tbit wai policy i.tb. t there was nosetting ( I. CAUTION. letting, forth, the., irllfS.ot: .beetiAscertajneU'in,' mAnefprescribed by And back between 6*m .nd 8> 's:saiM t, ,
Tht hero >
need or pass un. .; of Navy ,Island took up his. hat, 1.Wistar'a. Bds1IDr', have no'desire to .d !rceive the satotesof.floj4'j$45 aii&1549tosatsfacfioiot the S Proposals tmbrace Secludo will be niid,

Mr.Meade wn. near, in his own seat and very quietly marched before the Colonel : those who 'are! laboring:under.afiUction, 'ti'purEonor'M ,,... d.aftersu'vey1* fr d.. ". ,
laid, seeming to address himself in part to down the.two flights of stairs, and, through .the .nor do we wishto eulogize.more than it just: .thereof: 'duly ade1underthe'djreetipnof bur 3549. Frcm Quincy at 12 m \f. J
He Wednesday
: j
anoiher gentleman thatthe'onlv lobby to the street dOor where he left'hiin.-: deserves. Yet when look around and }' 1C
to that
Mr'O and i1\ Parr ly we : Honor, ,our Honor.wUl.brdef and'decree Secludo/by 4 p m,'8.miles.,i U S 4
v*y .niiinage the scoundrels was to : This took,place in.the presence,of several genilemenancjwe seethe vast amount of suffering and distress ,the said, lands tu be con veye4-iudue, lO.lmJQ, Andbcktwtc1lr&-ieud1l.. !.a
fear to make them under- have it from an tie witness.- of,thfe diseases in which the UD1te4.f'.t 3550. from .
putttemin budily occasined'bl 'many to be held, owned and pos? Jasper at C am Jklondsy : $&*: l' r :
WodlhAt !they persisted in their factiOus : Mackenzie WAS'afterwards introduced into'the this medicine has proved so highly successful, sesswl-jby themfor\ the purpose? aforesaid;.-., By Blount'a. Ferry .and'.BawUata'.J.. 1

and incendIary course they weie doing so at library by Mr. John'l1cd'onald, M. P. P. Tor wefeel .that we cannot..urge, its claims too and that a copy ffth is petition be published in .Ferry _, ,\ -. k* 'it 1
e ( ; >u $
the risk of their livMUc was understood to Glengarry and H Malcolm Cameron,M. P.P.fur strongly, or say.too much in it* favor. $, _some.newspaper:] in this State.for .two iio thibefoteczhe To Centre Village, Ga, by .' P m .W.4.--I Inesday ".!t,

refer to the contest then going on. Mr. Gid- Kent, one otHer, Majesty's ministers. Let. the public be on their, guard.. ,Other Iay appointed for hearing. And 100 miles -. \ : J

dings turned to him and said that that. would "Balsams71 and mixtures are sometimes imposed :your petitioner ;as in duty bound will .ever, .And. back between I 1 a a TB&rsday-* J

irJly) effect any good purpose; that the beat C!.l. Frriuanl after Kmrrnldc* on'the unsuspecting. the J genuine Dr..Wis-, pray, &c,> C. C. YONGE,; and 6 p.mSa'urda'.uI' '*.. '.J ., t

*&y would be to be calm to contest the matter The.New York Suu has the following: tar's.Balsam of, 'Wild Cherry. Some, for the \ Att'y! and,Agent of the United States. 3551. From Pilatka at 8 a m Friday: -...-w f.

with mild firmness, as long as there wus a fair U One of the most distinguished jewelers in purpose of succeeding better in.their schemes,. On motion of &c. Yonge, Esquire, Attorneyand Newuansville by 8 p in next day, .'1 ;-"* i f3 $

dope f success, and to yield with a good,gr.ice this city has, within a few weeks past set in have used a part of the name of the genuine, as .Agent of the said United States miles : XT3 f'T f

trUeD it becjime inevitable. Mr. .Meude then gold three of tbe most valuable emeralds, ever uPh nix Balsam of Wild Cherry,". ,Balsam of It is hereby Ordered, That Joshua A. Coffee And back between C'a m Sunday, aatt;n th
*nr& g tu bi. feet and seized Mr. Uiddings by seen in this country. They were left with.him Wild Cherry, Comfrey, &c.. ,:> ,,Syrup-of Wild) ,Esq., of Duval County, in the. State aforesaid, 6pm next day* ,,... t h'i jj .
tbecftil., swraring with bitter oaths that if he by the wife of Col. Fremont. The emeraldswere Cherry &c.&c. be and Jie..-hereby appointed to survey the Proposalsto, commence at 0r&l1ll8Jdaea'f!. (

utttred wwilier word he would cut his heart presented to Mrs. Fremont by CoL Frr- Signed BUTTS on'the wrapper. tract of land in .the.foregoing petition mentioned will be considered. ", ..' ...I"... iia F.:. t
out. The members who iuteriered say that Mr. mont on his lout'return to the United States,- : : 3552.. .. From Alligator, at '. ,.. ; i t
For sale wholesale ;
O.bad hi* hand clenched, in the attitude eta In size and brilliancy, the emeralds will vie with andretailj by 4114itl further Ordered Thattbe said Josh4ia To OJ stee., .. : ,.fi:,:.:j 1 f..f J i

IIIU about to stri kHad he done so he would the most gorgeous af those described by the T., 0. HOLMES > CO.", A. Coffee, Esq do make a true.and correct And back ._ : t.,tt ,7-ii 'i.

ban been justified, and his assailant would Spanish writers in their chronicles of.the Jacksonville, E. .... survey of the:iid tract of.landf Dgether witha Bidders will,state the. distance and the isajfc, ., $ )

b*,e been ot'Uerculemi mould, and his antagonist wus so Spanish conquest. that'he 3553. From Newan vill')1tG.a Wsd&stday iNJ
: return. the said .
.. United States. \ 'u :Pj&archtl4. survey plat! and :
parried with rage as to be totally powerless.HJ Those who are at all familiar with those notes.to me undersigned, Judge of the field'i By Wacassa i, 'j(

Ale.ide'* ideas of legislation been carried chronicles, know that the Mexican and Peruvian cuit Court for the Eastern Circuit ofthe To>Cedar Keys by f p m next day,.7f. & jf*.

eat, the proceedings would hfcve been brought Emperors and nobles, had in their possession oJ- WE are authorized and requestedto of Florida, at' my office in Jacksonville, in Du I miles jf f.j -fl$
ju. buiittuary clo e, by a fearful riot in the an immense number of these And back between 0am Friday sz4.Gpuinextday.
: stones some announce Major'JOHN BEARD as a Candidate val.County' aforesiid: in the' State aforesaid, I '7 s t i
earlpart ot the evening. of them surpassing anything that bad ever been dulyrcprtifietf. or. 'before 'Saturday the 19th : '. '1.t; 4 .
for the Office Public
1'lie incidents of the n'!ht between .Messrs. R. seen. The Spaniards were never able to learn Register clayotMayn xt. ,\ I 3554. From Newuansville at 8 a la.Wednesdiy v"

W.Jobniou *ud Ficklin betrayed a similar spirit. from whence they were procured, such was the of the State of Florida, at the election on first And iit is'fiiTtlter Ordered"," That'the matter of 1 By'iladisozaboro'r.'." : v I/ f.

U arose in an altercation[ between the two jealousy of the Indians and their rower of keeping Monday in May'next. feblO!wTTT the said,petition.be set for hearing before me To Orange Springs by I p m next dayV f

pun a petty resolution offered by the former secrets from the wbite man. -. the undersigned, Judge as aforesaid at the 6Q miles 1 y 'f .
and derelLt J. From words they quickly came "Traditions affirmed that they were found in T. the V.lrr. of Dnval (fount. Court House in Nassau County, 'in'the State And back between 8 a m Frid&1,,: u:

to blows. These would of course have been thi North of \1ex.CJ: but no adventurer was WE are requested to. announce EDWARD A.. aforesaid, according to the prayer of the said 4pm next dayf, s >/.*j' = "

teruuaated iimiiedutely by the interference of able to find bar -ouce. How Cu!. Fremont. DECOTTES as a candidate fot tlie office of petitioner, on Wednesday the '23d day of May Quere. Whether this route will be'nec" ury ,* 3
Members, but Air. loge or Alabama, a remarkably dime by-the three we have alluded to, is not for next, atone: o'clpck, p. m. in case letting route .1\o. 3551, fruPi.' .f
Probate and superintendent of Public *
quiet-ind gentlemanly man in appearance, .us to say, nor at pre>ertt permitted to name Judge of And it further Ordered, That copy of. the latka to Newna sville. j ". .i ;\1

reached up and struck Mr. F. on the forthe the Jeweller entrusted with thir setting; but Schools. feb3 said petition,nnd of this order, be published for. 3555. From Micanopy. at 8 a m Friday *' j t
vita a stu.il iron cane which he carries. After. .e may say they were not all the Emeralds iu the period,of.two months before, the\'said 23d ByF Clark ': ', t
the ntfwr was over, composedly answered the the possession of the. gallant Colonel when Land' for ,Sale. day of May next in "The News" public .. To fort Harlee.by 7 p m, .cO.m11 i, :/, j IJ.

inquiries of the curious by saying that he had returned1 WE offer; for sale two tract, of Land.Loue newspaper printed and published at'Jacksonville And back between am and '7 fi 's ,: J.
L ;
been expecting a row the whole evening, between .next day. ,
.. of which purchased troui Jno. M. ,.in Duval county aforesaid._ ;
tae Noitbun-1 the South, and thought Rt'i-E! ron ,A.I'POIXTMENTS.1'hpVi1shin ton .Bowden- situated on Lake George,. and. consists. GIVE under my hand at the City" of,"Tallahwsee Froposals to embrace Fort Crane' insteadFort .' :l355f. I -I

this lUll beginning onto His only impulse correspondent of the Philadelphia North Amer of three nuudred and fifty acres,'more or less, ,.in the State aforesaid, this 2d day of .Clark,,are invited. ._ \'_ :..!

was to as-ist a triemi from the ioutb. Naive ican, who is good authority in such matters, pine laud, hammock, with a large orange March,A. D. 1649. .,From- Jacksonville at 6 a mTueaday. j .,

M this confession was, it doubtless most truly says : grove. The other was purchased from William THO. DOUGLAS, Judge &e. By Haddock's, Klrkland' ., Nuuu' C V..* 1 4 t
Jicaed a very prevaivut feeling among the "It. is understood sufficient March and Woodstock Mill* \
upon authority Gardiner, situated near the above mentioned 10, 1849. 3mBPRttCSEB : !. ,
juuuger mIU1lt"rf ot the Sjuilieru.delegation that the President will not entertain personal 'tract oa the St. Johns River, and .consists of -, To. St.-Majyrs, Ga, by 6p'm_- nextday, _. o.
This m.,u had probably be.ird )Jr. Meadc's re- appeals for office having established the rule less. oak 80 miles" .. ::
two hundred and fifty acres, more or > & BAKKB, ,.' '.
miL"U 1'erhitps they had been partly uddres- his And kick et"een.G a m. Thursday } : .
after a conference with Cabinet, that all and pine land.. '. :
led to biux, uv his Keul in jn that yiciD 1Y. The applications for office must be submitted throughthe The above lands' will be Offered for.sale at : ftttornrgfi,at Va3neks.isv1fli'F1. .. and 6 p m next day. .' ', 1

kwful consequences that might have resulted departments to which they appropriately Public Auction at the Court House at Jacksonville -. f Separate proposals for- that part of:'tii A I

from the uterest accidental collision, at such a belong. This is not only a wise, but it is a on the second, Monday in ,June,. A.. JLh, .. route between Nassau C H and St, ,Mary's. $are 4invited.

time any one uuy im.-igiue. It would not beeiy proper regulation, and one that will relieve Gen. l .4g. TI10S. J. JONES', ; '. .. ? : .t. .

to exaggerate them.. Taylor from disagreeable iinpoYtunity and establish JKO._ S.: SAMMIS. .ro. !. McRoBiRT BAKE. .. S. SPINCXR. 3557. From Ncssatt C H at 8 c m Friday. ..
the Cabinet on that and elevated 24th 1S48. 2in To ernandina- by 6 p m, 30 miles .; A
dignified Jacksonville, March : Jan. Gr'49. ly .. .
C.adili.n .r Cnlifornin.. footing by which member And back between 6 a mind s> sk
every may .
The Albany Argvs publishes a letter from feel himself honored in occupying the station. Administrator's Notice. next day. ., : ,j i\

Col. Stevrusou dated Mouierey, Oct. 231, lb4J, Besides, it is manifestly right in itself, that fflHE'UNDERSIGNED, having administered CHARLES DBWAAL 3558.. From Pilatka Volusfo at 7 a m, Tuesday. .. *: '
applications should be examined and consider. AUCTIONEER,. By Fort Butler, JBntsrpris.,!
frum which we take the following: JL upon the Estate of David Reinbardt, of .. and Melionville W .3 ;.
ed in the irtments before the
This is ia Dep appointing Marion County deceased gives .notice herebyto JACKSONVILLE.. E.. F. ,-
country To
u deplorable condition, is called to exercise his Executive I. ? f- the head waters of St.-John'a river i
without either civil power upon those interested. All persons in wise 7 SALES in part ef the County attended
or military .w, or governuif functions. It affords to the any : any _(by iwater,) by 7 p m Thnnday'U
ot. At this moment there is nut in this town and to the President" pnblic'serfice indebted to said.estate,will please make immediate to'and respectully solicited. miles 'S *. .* 4,

he laU capital-either Governor, A1C.LIJe protection \ payment me, and all persons having demands : J Jacksonville. May. 6,J 848 ,And back between a .Friday&84

AJjutaut General, or anyother person clothed The Quarrel in the Senate.-The Washington against said estate will present them _: < ;&. ', "7pmSundy. u .z .b-.. m
tith authority, C.ipU Burton, late LieutenuntCiloueL : correspondent of the Baltimore Patriot gives the \roperly authenticated within the"'legal time, T \V 1\1.' S. L'AWTON, 3559. From the head waters.of gt Jrfjtfs rivss* iat
(commanding the post.) and some twen- following account of the difficulty between oXthey will be forever barred by virtue of'this i : '6 a'm Friday
17 regular soldiers. All the others have deser Mebtrs. Foote and Cameron : not. JOIIN.G. REARDON, AdlD r. ? I FACTOR "COMMISSION. .MEnCH 'HT, ; .By Indian river,PalosfianLueiesn4 f

ted., Of the company Dragoons, C oust reg.: In the Senate a little emnite took place be. -Ocalm Flsu March.24th, 1849. 2m I Charleston, S. C. Jupiter .>sa-ul}

iment but about twenty rcm.un, Rod they are tween Generals Foote and Cameron. The former Notice. '1 1THE I REFEBENCES'-.-E. G. Jaudon Eq.near Jacksonville : ,To Miami, Dade county,.(by land,).by '-
dirideil into detachments 500 miles apart. All went up to the latter to complain to him E. F:;J Gov.C.J. Mcboizald, Ga C. p m next.Thursday,4250 niha>t. '% i
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tie recruits that lately came out bvre deserted that be hud officiously interrupted Senator Ber- 'next-Term of the District Court of the Furman, Esq Charleston, B. C. Hoc; :..- I, And back between 6 am Friday aad tlI ; '
and I have no doubt that the whole States, for the Northern District ; next .
t' military rien while be Was addressing Senate, and Elmore Charleston, C. : p m Thursday.3560. > i f ;.
force oft be will in hort time consist of Florida to: be held on the first From ,
country & in so doing he shook his finger menacingly in (appointed Fejbruary 1848 :> Tampa, at" ,
tf the officers of the military and dragoon cornpur the free of the Pennsylvania Senator, whereupon Monday in'April nest,) is hereby postponed or -: ly i .By Manatee ,;

,jmd evqn they have strong inducements Gm. Cameron.indignantly struck General} adjourned to the second Monday (the 9th day). Proposals loi barryiog mail. To Sarasota,.by 50 miles ., e J J
to desert-if not to dig for gold,at least to find Fooie'ti finger down to its owner's side.; Order of 'uid.'Apri1 ;; then to be held at the CourtHouse ,:? : the And back between

some pLtce were a common round jacket may be order! rang through the Chamber,and General in the city of Augustine.. ." ""SE\V "ROtJTES' IN FL Rib .Separate proposals to '.app11M&Jiattt fret p
purchased for less ltn1ifty dollars,and where Foo e retreated. The difficulty was afterward Byorder of his.Honor1.: HBRONSON, Judge. Sarasota, in case of letting ronte'No,(3563 .am

.very indifferent board will not coat four dol- Amicably;made up. ROBERT MYERS,. 'Manual, -.- '. Extractfrom. .the. cci -conress* of .IC March.' invited. -._
: Itri per.day. In short I regret to sy that .- By hh Deputy-G.. HUMPHRITS.U. ." -- j '. -1845sectiziI8: 1 3561. From Tampa at 6 ala\1'uesdarbA '

'; there is neither law, order,.nor any kind of The following is a paragraph from the speechof S. MARSHALS* OvvicSt. ; *? :*tHUh" And fa itfttrther',tM&tQ.:That' it shall::' b. By Hitchepucksassa Fort Gatlia '

taternment, civil or military, iu tk.e.c untrl. : Gen. James Wilson a Whg member of Con Augustine, March' 4th, 1849.3t' the duty of the Postpaaster. General .in allfu- "' .To. %llonville. by 6 pm ThnrsdayFWIT
U is simple anarchy, and the power of the.stron- from New Hampshire who is'a candidatefor ; ; 1 ture lettiugs of:contrac/s for the transportation I' -miles -
pst The wild Indians infest even the most gress reelection:' Land, for Sale.. '. '. of the -ila-]t"tho! ame,7in-VveryJca8e,'11tl I I '. And'back between 6am dl.l"&l ,

. public highways,and .hoot;down with their ar- '"The earth groans, and the air is vocal with FOR SALE, between nine and ten thou. *.V lowest T >bidder 'tenriiig sufficient 3- guarantees *-*. I" 6pm Sunday :. : J'I" '" .

Toys the' unarmed traveler, merely for his anathemas upon th'w institution., 'Tell' me not a sand'acres of Land, situated in !Nassau for.faithful performance without,other,refere'nceto'tne '- ;35 W.: ,'"Frem' ; Jacksonville at.*- am> Mondajsa1: .
j tlothe*. They eater: the ranches and compel of the dangers of a dissolution of tbiicouted&ra. County, partly near Nassau and partly near St. mode'ofsuch tranypbiiatron'than r Thursday l "J r

; their inmates to entertain them with the best cy of States if we attempt to stay its..further' M ry''Rivers, being ft portion of the Waterman may be necessary to provide for'tne dae.cele'ri-- I, TT, Augustine, 12m,3srnI.( ), -' :*?

t tbl han, and then drive off their horses.- : spread. I am" not to be deterred by any such Grant. The above"is1 heavily timbered pine : ty 7 ,. certainty. -' apd* security* ** of such* -s* transport 4' : :."1;'. 'Andback1betweea1arn and; 4'pw: ... .. 44
How.l long this Jawless I condition of things is totOfltiDflt considerations. I do not believe in any such land, conveniently sitaated upon water courses. : tion; nor shall any, new,contractor. hereafter.be t net'Javitiiir ; e. .0

DO one can tell In effort should belude dangers.' But if I did, it would make no difference with the exception hbout.fiv'e hundred acres req.uiredttOr> purchase" 'put, of .'take at a"(valua"'.I' PoSaII ,.closir conneiio.wji.

organise ze some kind Government,not: in my action at this great crisis.. No,sir! of heavy hammock-Ian upon the St. Mary' tion, the stock 'vehicles of a previous. contractor 'st nibOat' tJacksonviJ1e'will be consid r:, j

etly for the protection of the inhabitants, but sooner than give my consent the extension River.; The-wn'oltfor'anyportlow. .ill:be'. SOld t for* .i the- L same*. .route.* -A.tA.4"* *j tt' V tUUy :, _. 3563. '.Fro n"St. Angnstin' by. mlrna l dl&;? .

.?,tht occupation ihe countr,. In oil dittAt -.: of human slavery. over a single hair's breadth cheap, for c h... 'Apply. lo < "H .1-, |- vj Bidders will be careful to read the formsan4iQStructionsappendo4to i' River,SaflLUCieJupiteiiudi! .etdJ
t .
*ftttd proJuction und e.pecm1Jl in.ihl gold.athilr territory, how free" I'would 'say,' "Let the WILLIAM HICKMAN.Jaeksonville h.iJ.adYetise-: l' .:... Largo, lndian.Kej 1"yWut: Cbay.. .

.ta4nJ Cl Oes it is worthy Jf the protecting Union be dissolved Nay sir, Jet the Universe March, --. ,,1849. ..: *lt. .: "i ment 'They are requested to state, in. their [ ... Jotte Haroor, s.8I":1sota;'ftainp; ;C cit'
l oflAe home ernmenttp And if it were, dissolve.11. 4:' J : proposals, fhex .mode-by which they intend to .' -. a 'Keys, 8t. Miitk'1Apal rcola 51::.
: coaunoa humanity and justice demand it.: s1'ATEOF F LORID..A.t.i iTo convey.the,mailWhert;the size and weight 3eh'. '.! 'anrSt.. n'diei .t'PeD";

t 'I'7 day develops .increased wealth in the gold The 'Mexican Vice Consul a tNewTork.pub? Honorable. JQA .l ki of jh!amil8, or tht speoJ.rcaljedJor. ;} : the 'coi ,-; :*" ,mi1es>'d .back..c.? twi. '..:t

f ? Oiattl the necessity establishing) some : lishes a card denying w fo/Vand: "byautbori- : schedules, shall require it, the contracts,will be mont j,' i1i steamboats'f ,

I cooCrule ofralae, cither in ingots or ty/,.the 'statement ,that some ..of the U. States of ikvEastern Circuit: oftfte'Stat* of made for.,coach?steamboat, raij-road convey 8e"parateproposa1sforseclio"nrof> th'$ $isv.
: 'L4LIj" l **
.. overland immigrants (tnrough Mexican territorypxtd '. LTHE : routeswill be'considered. u A
I Ffoi&i-t\ T If', I ahce, as Jhe"j.ejDay,}andcouseq ently,; 7.fto
t _ ) been molested,by the go'ernthentau. Petition of CHANDI W It'C..Y
....mI, '!..I IID.al.: thpritiea Jtbere\. On the.contrary.be aY8 the3ldfcani \' n4 .AftbJ.VJ1it.d,8tntesvfor* mode of convpyauce.iu4rl1 ;other 'cases:tht: ; sho ld be i mpaD Icf b1 .
|e.Baltimore Cljpper menrione, the followJ are zslberdipOs dto'eucOurage Ethan the purchasejoCiCettaiAlands: .hem.d"te .dribed.r.resltfuU1 routes wij be assigned to; bids proposing the guarantee,':signediby morerespoasiblt.-

MgUad" J-Abbott Lawrence,.of" Mass, Minister to lo. irapede, .hese' ,expeditionLbSTher3 *bowa.uOto your:Honor i c P'1tqt po ,atiqa"rcr ,. .,C ". I onSjm the following. manner' ,'vif- **..5 1 2

mnee ; J. B. I gen lt Or Pa, Minister to I) J (f" tEe'ipes h'ofCliTpmzin 9i That the United.Statw desire 'to purehassy at. 'b qflOlQSAI ''.oe'nndmfgned' : :J.U 'ayjj' J
; D. M. Barlnger."jfN. Caroliria Minis- t .aites forwrrjingjlj*,maJt.ottDe .: f--: j f h .1trem"
boldQwnoocuP1rane1ess'lf --J ..
( 'cPot.m* Quire, ; dgtheD
i o *
tIM4, q Wg. tc- United States from.the'ls day of rJuly .. **
leg.tip 8p.in; Douglass.Howird. SecreUry of of the Baltimore P triof;hit.argued that if( onzress 'on whichi to.erect,and i mainuinf fortt/maga- 1849.to the 30th.of Junfr I 'to > be accepted by O .
n to Spain John S. Skinner. Third Af.Postmaster could ibolisli'slavery! in the T> strpS)6emse ,\ zines arsenals, dock-yards, And other needful lf'4jnquaiYf Postmaster General, 1. lttnter ti4o'aiCoo-L lI
F O of.1
IDAt el7ed .
&, ': | Krg ,at.tbe tpntract I '
: : : General. Mr. Skinny is S01De'ot-thew.the-roll ligation prior to fAe first d of JWy'n&'wjtKf
tit of Post Office in.the
:! ?" spoken of for tbe oftiee- of Com-"iooer..of.lIttttL or' purchased the'District; then the, overaro'entrmight. .', cribed taiidili ttwiCh t.tact if laidsitua.t of Washingtpn-until 9Ja.m..ofiithe.4thJlprilTmSytoJfy Department,: city I good and
'.purchase' a.square .in the city:of d'onAm 1i Island inlhe County of Nasjau,' Ticeprtposejd_.It, ,
tJ.t ( decked by; h24tll day, fApri1i'k549 e "
i n IDi"a >oos sent the Senate In--s Jmo.rr.'urMcQUt.fliJ Grru'r I [
t to oq Charleston.which"to'erect fa Custom House, idBtaUf rtb ,) on thr routes and in the;.manner and Iofpoejrnas J ospani6d 1i the_ i .
ere Flrtchcp E
bounded t
WftbglwiI"tric :North -JBagua tretk/ .
Attcft : ;: jnd Coiigmsconld.itbolishlslaverylwithmthe ime 9/9 therjqnl i AUIfiiV'
beJfleJLTzt :m w l-t ft 1' i1 vCvv &- ; ,.
Sost0n, :and JIr. LeI'OI uN"Yll And;als6 and!!West by tbe'wutenof river St Mary'.a that the guarantOrs are.men of ;
AgeLt4o,2i. limits pth.tsq re- lhtCo1grell I /t.H In-'LORIDk.attr. > II '. t property,,aa j
1 York. *.R80 had the South y:marsh of-a 'creek and by UndbfBatchelot m able to make good their'guarantee.
t". '. :hsd the power abolish slavery,* > I 1. tt ,
; *
t :: ;-'M' . I, .: powerio e/stiblielrft,and it couli also purchase ,running orth 70*East frouittmarth7on 2 Frt M1ftCa6 !Wk tSa 1 fte'pwj>csar'shonld-bei enti6>.tW.deps* 1 '; :
'f j''
i. JI. ...pa.l, .Ueca..,' .r.-_ ., : faHhe*'city>?:Bo>ton JJfor"CUst01D.5I booncUry-vcontwning-400 **te tBMor g,.U.J seamoiA county"ana" ;stnansriijefB I went eeald endorsed "Prcioealz forrnttq t I
\t lDlmol'f" L the L'mocratJC h. .d' te..for.'GOT- Uonebuld1flS square ,.;'and1! tblsh. 51 M.lU i less, .That thte'sald.lands of* owned by the .r rtSr Alate ay" p.totxtdajr, ;',i&i ; rJqt n t1 td1r'It. ; ant.n' :Of, ,. i: )heirs ofJoKn,McXJaeen1,deceased, who reside 7 mile.s.q -o UtattPostmaster; GtneraL8 *'j '. V31Whichitli4
1zmitsOtt l't.f1.1 .fi1'9..1"iL
the j
lp.Eeniiljorkp .
, tiles.M.rD'-! fl'Mb lheThirdcongrisjothj't Dl84 ': -1)I'] 1). :n .I ""." .'!t-:.J.jJ 1. ,'1.H.. J,t:. bcjond the liinitot.tbe&tti. ,fFtot'tOtoi. : And back-'b a !F 1 tI! : f '..orthe'fl'Ohibiti'ii .bt 9' j

hteh t.l h. Wilson;:the'WhIg caii : I A 7OfJe4Thi H Jl1i ft fr n ':pjtt ff' ;D .:..Eli, M. ..e. tar1, :.131. I \ a&13' .f n r f' ;. l_ 1 y, .bi "dM"Ud tJi tertnsazd' ttlblr.:
'. I\m1l1 S t e i contract ft{to be &'J
; tn.ln ftfaf Tottt&Tesahhialee ( :uc 4j! { u ,rnderev: ,:
1t"J lirb icrmiJ6r HMnwg.So BWdtf1\ti\jm ,
1 theTO.1fcideftHf 1ib' na111 t ? 1 4BMa4u1ld U 1 ee.l'.l.. ; tt1 : 1
[ tr T1P' utriet it is doubt ful wieth. 870 000 (r three iloies nrnroch as Q
btOtMieitiP d
:- be Wbg ? : Lkxisjoki4) i.flct1mr Li. MiLrI'n by"SIni !i48j4&th11eL J''A. a\JOBNscm'P. f
ait.7b b tlrrMJioI he'UmteW Cek wM. ) .1ralmtfr'fd1a'G'T ., j
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' f "1 ." '. DARIEN' BRUNSWICK:ST. MARTS On.'tJACKSONVILLE,3 arTB I :She.tued'a t idab *iof reaedies .
j. .. V.. CREEK .i; ;J .O'J.t 1_ 1OeettDytte >D thM..
4 :,} -. ; .BLACK1' .' AND, .FIVE 8TORYW ARE- S I "'DO ioo4... p1'IYlOUJ1Jf... d'Y '
.. a PICOLA '1'r.o1UD1 ) spacious ". o.u-u U'rnY, "...= .
btJ" f n TK* OOVCUfOK OF THE.STATE OF.TLOX1DA.. ; HOUSED No:69 CEDAR STREET,-. the waoLk -. .. ... k .
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::j '0' \. it is required bylAw that an connection ,of whkh is devoted '.to the exhibition and jfialeof : 1 w. ..
it.t: ::.. W'flKREAS election be held in this State on the Mail .'. a 1tefa.Savannah' Palatka;;.the steamer.' th*Single Article ct<> .-;, '' -''ti.if I I I t. v TGTflELAJj $ '14 11

:h:1P4t: .' ;flrrt Monday In May next, for a Registerof SARAH SPALDING Mali :from Picolata, to Lake toSt. p ivim tE it \Q.4.; itfifti s r ,;fJ { 1t 1.Cfr ,
Monroe theU. S. from :
r : PublwlAnds to hold.until.the first Monday : ;, a'I t. :DL" 'a.& .
,i t : October,.1850 ; also, for Judges of Probate for, .A t.in1'and from Black Creek,via. New- Their; present ..Stockconsistsofneariy .and, 1 cure(01:D -COZIf. ; T-' (.

;. ,!: :'j the several Counties, to hold till the first. Monday nansviUe, Alligator, ,Mm 'r&1. Springs and Columbus ,One".Tftoasaea,Packages Jt ; t01",.tie_.iPt\n 1'1U"prostration 0 iys.'t c

f::) ; of October, .1851, and for Justices of,the to Tallahassee.OCAMULGEB ._ .Embracing'some v THOUSANDS of,:different |.ANiENTIBELY VEGETABLE COMPOUND. matter, whether the .result <0 fl-1.e- .

r';,:f !1 Peace for each District in the several Counties :Capt P.McNelty. patterns and colorings, and comprising every I ri .MED I CINE t or causei, produlid' .*' Irrei1ajj j'S t }

:h:, % to hold for two'y.ears taU of said officers WM. GAStON, Capt.John Hebbard.:, t thine. desirable, in .the,line..JTOEEIOKand',. ims" and.was prepared'by a regular'Physician accidenL. .11.* .., f/I
L : ; Js.| .the result of an'extensie .t
Is Of i ontin, "in office till their successors shall be ST. MATTHEWS, Capt.Nicholas Sing. ; DOMESTIC. .. i, biliouV ,N thI e be.m .
.: r: 'elected and qualified.) These leave Savannah TUESDAY All otwhic11 are offered for sale for cash or I practice ofsev'eral'years' a 'llg atiugetecis".i pasSfeSS1; :
:!; r.; packets every WRdTPRICB' mate. Those who haTe\nsetr it themselves or '
.).' r; IT is HEREBT ORDERED,That the said electionbe and SATURDAY MORNING,at 10:o'clock,and ar- satisfactory credit, at the LO swn its salutary"effectsupon need no .o" .iB "j 'euiad.I wiwi& ircm taik.ii

:." .? heldthroughout the State, according to law rive at Picolata in time for the Mail Stages to by thePIECE PACKAGE farther evidence. of its value.bthersj The: health at onc,become ?ObU3tUd fnllof f*t*
.;':t 5.: and the officers whose duty it is to orderiaid g otbonghto .St August .before night eve OR *. of thousands. has i( been .perfectly restored:by Its influence.);n:Immediately coaatSjfX" al.

,1. i.." ,'.:" lections! will take notice hereof. r Thursday and Monday..' New Styles 'are received ah everyday, this medicine hnlpILC r 'remedies 'have newlessness oftheJ/etMle gS? JJi5great.cause .

z : Witness. my hand and the great seal of the Returning, leave Palatka every.TUESDAY'and and many of,them are got tip for our own sales, failed. Its'operation, fcrnbVsimply; t'o susf, >end .of barrean e. .- *.%.'

:I!j t. State,given at the Capitol, this 20thSXAU ,FRIDAY MORNINO at 7 0''c. touching as.above and. not to be found elsewhere. the disease for a time,'but to purify the sys It>fflnot b*.expected of cue..*- "

t= S': ( ] day January,A. D. 1849, andoftkt : Hr Printed lists' of prices,. corrected from tern;:arid'restore it to sound and p rfthahthA delicate&nature' ,to exhibit cerJfiSt ;'
., r. ly Independence of the United States the ;\a are both',,presscre boatsIn complete day to day, With. Ter variation in the market-, small Treatiii'on the' "causes'/treatment performed, bnt;we.can assun tie'itSES )'
.! .1 73d WM. D. MOSELEY, replaced in the1 hands of buy. ? i. 'hundreds cases have .
year. order, and handsomely' furnished in every respect and cure of fever and ague and other diseases of beeareporH *

. : .! "., Attest: Governor... ; are commanded by ,gentlemen well Merchants will be able to form some idea of bilious cliii te i' may b had gratis t11i,'undersigned. t 9KSN iiD S.M. i 1tt bSSrSh'k:
I. -.r '" rT. SecretotState. the route and their the extent and iariety'ot our assortment;when .tresse4 by eakness and
'" i'J known experience on patrons : -
. : ,... J&nuiy2l,1849. 2m .are assured that every attention will. be we state, that the value of our usual stock of Also, numerbus, cenmcates, iT. from' .men, 'of_ the suffering contlJ1uaUl: b?SffSSBftsJmedicineas'effecie :- .

.. '"- paid to the safety and comfort of passengers, this ONE ARTICLES is at least' twice the value of highest respectability, testifying to the great .difficulties, and ha Dgk C"A ''

)1h: HOLMES&CO. and to the'.careful handling of freight.c the entire stock of dry' goods usually kept by efficacy.of this medicine, can be seen oh application great. j.lad' .., \
wholesale This fact,
,L AGJfTS: our largest jobbers. together to hearing recommended such euM"Ib.:1:
'' Brooks & Topper S& !nah. with the fact thatour means and our described, I obtained. ttJe.ot.1 :
( -r- O & :
.r MESSRS. HOLMES & CO., have removed I A.DeLonne, a Darien. t attention instead of being divided among a vast 't. cq Sarsaparilla aItdf. flouredthegaveme Eatzui.

J:(: :! of Merchandize to the large MeL Scranton .' Brunswick.JohnBessent ariety articles, are devoted wholly to ONE ,Agentsfor Jacksonville Y&Mit,. lna..aho ctICDJ1

:ht. building formerly occupied by the United States, .' '. St. Marys. will render the advantages which we can offerto Jacksonville! Feb. 24; 1849. 6m- plaints and restored penod.i&nniOTedl.eam.her to : .J

1.-t:! :' known as the Government Building. They Fernandez &Bisbet, Jacksonville. dealers perfectly :iobvioua; and it shall be DR. COMPOUND grateful for the benefits she :dai.

:i/:: !..\' have added to their stock, by the late arrivals A. Coy, Black Creek. our care'that none who visit our establishmentshall TOWNSENp'S .. EXTRACT pleasure_ in thus ackuo'wiedgig.hctiTtdl&ak.acl

: :t i ..r r front New York.a full assortment of Dry Goods.Groceries ; Geo. Cooley. 'Picolata. meet with any disappointment.Our SARSAPARILLA. mending it.to the public ., it 't .

: :;_.'( Hardware, Provisions, &&, &c,, R. R. Reid &; Co., Palatka.; assortment is complete at all seasons of This Extract is, put up In- quart bottles-itia M.D..MOORE, cor.oGran1 It Lydia ,

,".''t..'J, which they are prepared to sell at reducedprices. N. B.-Goods consigned 'to the Agents forwarded the year.' LEE, JUDSON & LEE. six times cheaper, pleasanter, and warranted superior Albany,Aug. i844. stj J

"..-J'. ..t...v. free of commission. Freights from Savannah P. S.-B. F. LEE, formerly of the firm of to any sold. It cures diseases without TO MOTHERS AND

j j ; They are now prepared to purchase Cottons, and Charleston, and all way freight Lord & Lees, and late senior partner the original .. vomiting,purging,sickening or debUuating the patient This Extract of MARRIED L esSlT.

:: "..} Hides,and other produce of the country] at the payable by shippers. firm of Lee & Brewster, from which con' ,and is particularly adapted.for a .ly prepared in reference Sarsaparilla been
:t:'S"! highest Market rates and make cash advances September 30, 18.(8. ty nection he withdrew some time ago has resum- FALL, AND WINTER'MEDICINE. No female who has female ccapS .' J

::B- ': .1 n consignments to their friends in'Savannah ,- ed business in connection with Messrs.Lee &, The great 'beauty and superiority of this Sarsaparilla !I preaching that critical reason to supp*.. t fa.'
;. : f! and Charleston, or New York. EDITION !. Judson, and assures. his friends that the new over all other remedies 8t it eradicates -, I should period, "the cfUte.-
NEW neglect
:;.t.. ';:. They have a new article of Wrought Iron concern shall have the same pre-eminence in disease, invigiatestIiebod7 take it as itit p"t ,
' :"tPloughstotWhlch they would respectfully call OF this branch of trade 'which : cured ventiveforany of the nuaercms"MM lOnibJt
. ; formerly distinguished ; .consumption I.
the attention ef Planters., females are subject
.:r the other two' houses to which he be cleanse and strengthen, time at WiJ 1

:l.!'-,;,'j .Jacksonville. Nov. 6, 1846. tf CHILD-BIRTH.ON THE SUBJECT OF longed. June 25, 1847. 2y consumption can be;cured, several of years life. by This using period this may be de-, 7ed,ttpt

,' .6 : bronochitis, consumption liver complaint medicine. tot b ia .
'. B. B. REID & CO. A fEW and beautiful edition of tbia celebrated valuable for those who are '
: colds apprvvi
, catarrh asthma
spitting )
.t work,ot th subject of GESTATION AND CHILDBIRTH Ittanufacttircrs' Supply Store. chest womanhood,>as it is calculated to assist
\p by R. M.Weisselhoff. M: D., hi.l of Paris, of blood,soreness in the by quickening the blood ,
::.: ; .::' ESSRS. R. R. REID & CO. leas. hectic flush and invigontiari
: M. having hasjustbeen issued in New York. It is a work which ,,night sweats difficult Indeed this t. I
:t: ; : ed the Wharfand the buildings attached, should be in the hands of every Man and Woman who OSCAR SCHENCK & CO.; or profuse expectoration .system.all the diseases medicine invtfot&j fti> 1
. :: : are' "now' prepared in connection with their has incurred, or intends to incur the responsibilitiesof l and painin to which women'are nkjett;.J&' 1
':/t;" DRY GOOD, GROCERY HARDWARE the Marriage state. It will be fouad of special ral- or PwXj the side&c. braces whole system,'renewsvm N ,

;4"j l AND MISCELLANEOUS ESTABLISH.r u. to those whose means health or other circumstances NB W.YOBKa' have and entJy the natural energies....br removb. \h, J

: .",- : MENT to do a GENERAL COMMISSION do not permit them to increase the number of DEALKRS can becured. impurities of the body-not so far aUml1a 1
their family without great inconvenience uffering, the system as to produce a' rdilxv'tion
) subsequent
, lI : BUSINESS. C.tt n, Woolen, Bills and Carpet .
or perhaps risk of life. A method avoiding there which is the of
.'..:...:? Their' charges art established by the Savanna troubles and dangers at will.(recently discovered b, Arlielms. Probably there never was a remedy'that has for female weakness case and disease.most medieiDfitaba' .j
.. ;. : rates. been successful in "
celebrated French Physician) is fully communicated so desperate cases ofconsump.
.V 1'i:; They are the Agents of the U. S. Mail in this work. The means of prevention cost comparatively AND MANUrACTTTRKRS OT tion as this; it cleanses and strengthens the DISEASE OF THE BEART, RU?., I

;rSteainers at this place, and are now enabled nothing and are within the reach of all- WEAVERS' REEDS, HEDDLES, system, and 'appears to heal the ulcers on the TURE AND DROPSY. .

;'r.A ',. to offer eTe ry facility to the Merchant, Planter The process is new sale, infallible, convenient, and BOBBINS SPOOLS &c. lungs, and the patients gradually regain their NEW Ycar,July,221.41..
: :'. and the Public generally. simple,and cannot injure the health of the most dali- usual.health and strength. Dx. TOWWSITO-Dear Sir: M, wife lis ]
; cate. Nor does it curtail matrimonial privileges in been afflicted with a disease. of. thp'.pt, .!.
0 : Goods to their will be received .
consigned care --- --- --
; and forwarded with Agents for,the sale of thelatest with a terrible rupture for over.fifteen
despatch. improved yrtrt c
t 1' :.4 03: There is no deception or bumbugcery of any There scarcely a day passes but there are the
1;;; Their"Store, Office and Warehouse art situat kind about this work. It precisely what its title indicates SHEARING AND-NAPPIKG .MACHINES, a number cases of Consumption reported as troubled greater part of the time. She:fcu betx" I
1'.J. : .d'convenient to the Wharf. ,a scientific publication,containing information I WOOL PICKERS cured the of Dr. shortness breath and great flnt., ]
WINDERS by use
;: :; .Palatka, St.John's River, E. F, January,13, of great value married people nr those contemplating .* ?. The Sarsaparilla. tering of the heart, which has been-very di*.* '
t !"t:. 184$. 1y' marriage expressed in plain language'which all REGULATORS, SATINET WARPS, &0. fullowing was recently received:. tressing- and has frequently been ufiibl t$ s
understand The whole is told and the DB TowjiSEND-Dear Sir: For the last leave her bed. ''
I' 'I.J can story The
Oils. Lard rupture was .
and Olive and
-Sperm 'Oil very largtand
: -," Soap. three I have been .
means'of accomplishing the objects of the work fully years afflicted with general severe She tried almost
."f...: >. .Tar.Assessor's Last.' Notice.THE and faithfully given,so that the reader ms ,avail himself March 17, 1849. 2m debility, and nervous consumption, of the last such cases .*ith but little benefit.every remedy Wfcu she for**

:.; UNDERSIGNED, Tax Assessor and L of it atjOnce, without purchasing any medicine, stage,and did not expect ever gain my healthat had taken but three bottles t
LI of-70'r feUf* .
I. for the of Duval instrument or other article from the author. The In Justice's Court-Columbia l alL After
;. County State means of protection which it recommends also going through u course of medicine medicine she was entirely reliev d Of th &'mi t
: ;l,: ofFlorida will attend at the following places may under the care of some of the-most distinguished of the heart ond the fars .
be relied upon, without fear of dissppqintoieht or in rupture almost en t
;c, : ... for the purpose of assessing the Revenue of the jury. "' c County, Florida. regular physicians and members of the tirely disappeared. 1

::&:;:/: State and County for the year 1849- Beware ofjraiuk on this Work. Sam'L 8..Wester, ) ATTACHMZTIT.vs. Board of Health in New York and elsewhere, She has also had the dropsy and Wit' very )

;!1' 'l: At Laurence Ryan's House, St.John's Beach, Beware of a catch penny fraud upon this work.at t > Debt, S46 and spending the most.of my earnings attempting much swollen. We h&4 no idea) that she gould

It.: .on Saturday, March 17th, 1849. ., 25 cents which is only a decoy to promote the sale James C. Green. ) Bond filed for, 92 to regain my health, and after reading be so benefited as. he had inch- complieatioM C

':./ .. At Samuel B. Thompson's Store .Black Creek Maurkeau's or Desome x'; instrument at $10 for Defendant all others in some paper of your Sarsaparilla I resolved of diseases. But it has;as strange ns it cay pi:; !
the that the work itself ; andj interested
same object pretends to be THE .to it. After six
: try using bottles found it
'6i .:' on Monday, March 19th, 1849. written.the real secret myoriginal work being hereby notified of the commencement pear, relieved her of the dropsy. 1 Am avirt! .

::::l'.'> .: At Darling C.Prescott's Store, Clay Hill,on withheld. Thore who wish for th.original and gen of this suit, returnable to Justice's Court I done me great good, and called to see"you atyour.bffice that this statement is so Strungt as to l U1'1 i

:.' -Tuesday,Mareh 20th, 1849. uine work by Dr. WeisselhofT with private notes to be held at Jchnsville for the'Ninth Ditri : ; with your'adyicelkept on, and do almost like fiction, but it is. nevertheless,K/b,rreality. .

(: :: At C.:S.Emery Store Mandarin,on Thursday added by his own hand;can obtain it only by sending of said county .on the first Saturd..y in..ApriJ most heartily thank you for jour advice. I persevere : Your SarsaparilJa'' edrtaisly s valuable to

'$:&! March 22d. 1849. directly to him. as be employs no Agents whatever, A. D. 1849 and, and in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been I mcdicinpy and should be used bravery I
to'appear pIed to the
-. *+'t At CoL John BrowanFsHouse, Cedar Creek on and never sells the work at wholesale-therefore no asame. to attend to my usual labors for the last I one that ,is suffering as we have Been..,If MJ. '
.. Book Agent.Pedlar, Postmaster Bookseller can four months, and I Lope by the blessings of God disbelieve thiS'net
i,:: Saturday, March 24th, 1849. Given under hand and seal nnt, they are at lib 1 U
. this 20th
. ;.;,. At the Court-House. in Jacksonville on Monday possibly furnish the genuine work. Beware, there my and your Saraaparilla to continue>my health.It call at my house and have ocnkr demo&stnttau
of A..D.1849.JOHN .
L Lt foie,offalse copies and imitations which day January
may not on the
helped me beyond expectations of all that :
and Yours *
,'Tuesday, Wednesday,the 26th,27th ly be worthless,but dangerous! All infringrme'nlsnfthis W. PRICE, [L. s.] ,respectfully, *
: .' and 28th March. 1849. knew my case. CHARLES QUIMBY. WILLIAMThWSER *
copyright are promptly prosecuted and cheats' Jaaewl
.. ; Justice of the Peace ,
: :( It is hoped lhat persons who have not already will only sell altered or abridged copies. This is the Jan. 27,'1849. 3mI Orange) Essex,Co.N.J., Aug. 2, 1847. .

: : ". made their returns, will be punctual in attendance only original and true work-no other can be genuine : Slate of Jersey, Essex County, Ss.-Chas. DYSPEPSY: .

l':::. ,and thereby save double tax. thousands of copies have' been sent by. mail with Dssval 'Conntf Tax Collector. Sale. Quiinby being duly sworn according to law, on No fluid or medidine hns ever been diseovir

. f"A. A. CANOVA.t perfect safety. his oath saith, that the foregoing statement is ed which sx nearly 'resembles be"
. l' 07: Copies of this work will be in close virtue of the power vested in me bylaw "
.::..:. Tax Assessor and Collector Duval Co. sent, a envelope I. BY true,according to the best of his knowledge andelief. saliva in decomposing foed-and '
: letter I have levied and shall strengthening
single postage to any part of the Uni i. upon expose for b
Tfj.;. Jacksonville, F.. March 10,1849. 3t ted States for 91. lent postpaid to sale, before the CourtHonse door in the Town' Sworn and subscribed. to' before CHAS. QUIMBY. the organs digestion as this preparation

""4.: .-. DR. R. M. WEISSELHOFF, Jacksonville on the first Monday' in June me At Orange, Barpaparilla.. It positively cures every case cf.

\ ;.tf Executor's Notice.I shall expose for Box 2710 New York City. next, ((1849)) the following lands, or so much the 2d August, 1847. Justice CYRUS BALDWIN. dyspepsia, how ever severe or chronic. 3*'*
of the
: 2d day of BANK DEJ A&TMENT AtBAtnr 10 1845.. .
: April next, in front PUBLICATION thereof as will pay the State Taxes due thereon May ,
Orntt, 958 New .
: '.f:'.;. of the court house at Jacksonville, Tena and York City. Broadway. for the year 1848, vi*:-- Da. TowUSEND / .1 have been affiictei

:." .1., her children-Amy, John,Louisa and Thomas, Jan.6,1849. 1m 2.000 acres of Land,situated on Nassau River, TWO CHILDREN SA VED. rot several years with dispepsia in its vbnif

'. : property of the Estate of Joshua Hickman, dec, and Houston's Creek, adjoining lands of-John Very few families indeed-in- fact.we have form,attended with 'sourness stomach, ktt
. ;t. to debt due from said not beard of one-that used Dr. TO* send's extreme heartburn find '
" : satisfy a Estate. A. M R..EE.DHA Houston-particular boundaries unknown appetite, a gmt
r; '.-3 WM. HICKMAN, purporting to belong toSandiford Holmes. Sarsaparilla in time lost any:children the. past aversion to, all kinds of iced, and for. week'

ji Ex'r last ,Will and Tes'ment, J. Hickman, dec constantly on hand a well assorted I A..A. CANOVA summer. while those that didnot sickened and (what I could eat) I have been unable to retail r
I :; Jacksonville,March 10th, 1849.Administrator's 4tW ofGroceriesProvision8 Tax Collector: val County, died. The certificate publish below is conclusive but small portion on my stoma h. I tried tit, :]

.;; ii Dec.4th -1848. Dec9 evidence of its.value,'and is only anoth usual "remediesbut; they had but little rt-'.
";' Notice DryGoods, instance of its saving the lives of children; effect in removing the complaint. I was ftdVeVed

..ti.:, ;.. SALE OF REAL ESTATE. Hardware, Crockery j. &c., viz ; Administrator's .Notice.; dren. DR. TOWNSEND-Dcar-.Sir.i J.had two chil about two months since,'to try your Extr*$;
cured by Sarsaparilla of the .:
your .summer of and I little&a
j with
:::4i ; PURSUANT to Flour in bbls and AL LL' PERSONS indebted to the estate of SarsuparHk toy
an order of the Judge of Pro- Superfine %bbl; complaint anddysentery f, onewas;; only 45 fidetiee but after nearly two bottle 'lj
,9 ; ;; Jt\ .'bate of Duval of this Pilot Bread Sugar and Butter Crackers 23k. 'George-Church of Duval county, months and using
,. County date, I will ; old other, .3 years* ,They/were found Restored and "the Brtrtborarentirelyrremoved
: offer'for sale at Public Auction, on*the first Hums,Bacon,Pork F M Beet,Pickled Tonnes I. F1&, deceased-will come forward and make immediate very much reduced and we expected they would flit appetile :and 1 would;:" earoeitly TIcommend' ''_

itf '1I Monday in April next ensuing, at the. usual Mackerel Codfish Salt,Bice; payment. And all persons ,whatever.- die; "they.were;given! up, by .two respectable >
., the'nset of it to those who bats Ue
( : hours Sheriff's the Goshen Butter Lard. Cheese having demands against the said ill!
. sates following described White Beans. estAte physicians.' When the doctor informed us.that. afflicted' I'have been. Yours'& '. '
as ,
,"f : real Irish Potatoes render them in within two. ; ;
estare.of Eliza M. Crichton, deceased, one ; years, authenticated we4iust>19ae.th, we resolved ,totry. .
your 2AND
t;! hundred and. thirty ( of Land Sperm Oil Candles as the law directs or this notice will be had ,
(130)) acres
. more ; Sarsaparilla we heard so much off but bad L
f. $: : ; N. B:> ?Purchase but such'have wrtjtr
; crle8s;r situated on the St.Johns River, in Du- Ureen and Black Tea, Rio and Java Coffee; pleaded' in bar of their recovery.LAWRENCE little confidence, there being o J uch,tuft ad" that hide'tSe.bottle e '' aiJ Eat.?
ft' peTs 'comp1fieJ1
'; : val County and bounded the South Muscovado Sugar N 0 MoluseaStuart' RYANAdmr.. .
on and East. ; vertised ,that worthless: but we are ,
: -"'''. by lands of Eleanor A. Crichton Refined Loaf Crushed ,Jacksonville' Feb.,24 :1849.; 2m very the Jittrn iignattit dr8.p10WNBEND.,. .
West by St. and Pulverised ; thankful that we did, for it undoubtedly,saved I: i26 F lt4n.t SUfl BnlldbV'N.Y.
:.t; ; Johns River, North and East by lands of Cal- Sugar I the lives of.both. .write this, that others PrinciparOflite'i' .
:i ; i; T (Reed North lands of Charles Brandy Rum Gin AdmnstraortNoilce21. --, may .; Bedding & to:8 StatWJ1Joami t
Byrne- Whiskey. Alcohol Turpen 1 induced to.use it.Yours. respectfully.JOHEWILSiONrJr at'eons .
Six MONTHS 1132 N ort'h 'Seol.itPkIhid1Pb1Riehtid ;
4 afterdate
shall ,
the tine .I apply to
same being oneeighthof( ) a .tract of ; t I' 1 : I
\ lahJ the Hon probate. ': 'ColumbIa & Babce fi druriiStB ltm ; : Iar c
t owned l'y.the..late John Crichton, known London Porter Port. Madeira, and Champagne I. Judge county .Myrtle-avenue Brooklyn Sept.
':; i for Letters of ; 15,1847. P"M;'Cohei' Charl"t'J(1r tIi
&I. Tweedside, and si ut"e''a the mouth of Wine; Dismission as Administrator on ;
:, :. .: Jniington'Creek. The said real estate to be Cordials, Confectionary,Preserves, &c. the Estate Henry Cleft n.late said county, '. L.UN.A..TIC;4YSLUM. '1 o"' Iieslt.j: FO e l .

,;1.i' :!.. *old:for'payment. ; of debts deceased.: A Complete .4l1ortf1ltJlt/ Goidi. deceased. > -JOHN CLEFTON, Adm'r. ; James Cummings, Esq.one of the Assistants Peat1-st.\Jbany: V e 1r9''tMarketn

':.k- .,3 1 ALEXANDER W. CRICHTON. Calicos, Ginghams, Muslins Bonnet and ,Jan.. 27, 8'J -' Gin in the Lunatic' AyslumiBlajckwelPs Island.is the. Broad ts.Ifewartyprincipal J."f-1.,"1
Taffeta ;
: : } .- >> ffArt'v \ h gentleman spoken of in the folJowmg't ter : Merchants|
.. /: :Adm'r. Estate of Eliza M.Crichton dee. Ribbons; "' ar- .: tDrnggfstrand
(oldr.' I Jacksonville, February 19th, 1849. Sheetings 1r1l&ach'd&Dd TV od e.-.slX MONTHS after date;,1 shall : IWEUMATI&'C' I .throughOut"the U iied StateirWest tA\tA.**A

' ., ,:.: Feb. 24. 30ds. Irish Linen, Diaper nnbleachM J.1 present my accounts and vouchers as Administrator 'This is only ne"sn ie'th:'fdny thousand I the Canada <*;-''.'3flgtatJacksonville u -;

;\.: ". _ _ _ _ _ Bishops and Long Lawn; of the Estate of Francis"Richard cases of rheujmatisW'tliatl"Dr.!ITownsentfs'Sarsaparilla -1 ,flirito
.:;:t ,;: Cambricsi'acoDett Swiss;and cross bar Mnsliis; late ,' ; ?: :has curedThe'""mbstsever'e and
A of Dnvtl :
tfmiBistrator's deceased
Notice. County to'the Febrnary28184&BHLFARDSAL@
-All Hosiery Hdkfsj Gloves Honorable ; "ly,
. perJ Suspenders .
; t.M ni*ri. lea"8n r vl S* <- T-"? -t"*' fi- ; -
;ti: f
$.' ,,sons indebted to the Estate Judge of Probate of klv dicf&Ib1tz'tr -y
. Joseph L Tickings,'Linen and Cotton Osnaburg "' said-county,for a final "' ,. .. : :
; h:..l, Bergallo;late of Nassau County, Fla, deceasedwjll.come ,- Wine white and brown Linen: ; settlement said Estate/and shall,at the same aii'Tirtues'( t." J',1:1.,1 ; : ,Q)L,

.: .. forward and make. immediate pay.. &0 &C, &0 Drilljfor'psnt 1; time,, I 2, H telf: "'t ; '
'. mint And all whatever; ) Admiaistrator of which all i JL." D Sir....t'Ji n suffered I 'I" l t. l r.iI
persons having de. Umbrellas-Silt 'prions interested' ****'**r : ''T
ll'n'O'nL' .1'1
: ; nvinds estate'will Gingham, and CottonVth. 'lifei: for'Jiiine'! n'witJi th 'rheumatism I '! G' Y .,tn1.
against the said render them I and whale bone frames : i iD'wd.Estatef are desired to take notice.! ,t, terribly fcepsiderable I : !

in:within:two years, authenticated. as the law. IlMdmart. Cirffery-Knites.Scissors.; '14 (STEPHEN!FERNANDEZ'AdmV. I' '0"/.l1 'tiD ii I,could,npt'eat;'sleeppr4work :THE Subscriber,has -.ecently-. p r8klsc4i;

directs, or this notice will be plead in bar.of. Nails,'Hinges Butt' Knives SS January.20,1849 ta'i -:** '8at:"'" I'I\ :J Had, ifiei most 5' tre>athg painsa l \ fitted up as:* Billiard "SalooawBar

T t. '.'..rec yel7. D. ACOSTAl, '. Aea xraysj, ,; 'i''r.;.> A-'. j ,, ._" .. .- '-' ... ., .. \ iny:lliiLM,irere:twib1yjswojlen vl4 ave used Room,7.the spacious premises tmlierl1'Wf:

JNO. A; CAVEDO. Collins Axes-Hammers Hatohets Saws ': ;;. .,," W Jt1j .e. w D.lt.'j.'t!.: four,bottles*--* ,11.of your" 8arsaparilli.and,they bavidone .' ;nedby: Governmentand, 'c by' J4 ;.
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Administratcn.j.. Carriage Wrenches : JBRODGHTJIQ JHElAILof! Doval I me.more thanone tbousnpUdoflariwort1of :Lancaster. He has also just finished a spljBowliog .

'Ffl1fldIn'Feb.. 2., 1849. : :' .tles &. &.; ., Chains,. :Pots.Kk V rt;, : '::'t)Collniy.t Jacksonrille,on.the 26th of Ip :.'g d-'I am So muck.'_,*t rTf tlndeed Iau 1entirely \ ;Alleyj rtnected 'withi'hil eIbI'!
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A few Rifles-.low priced Powder : 1 ,..Eebruanr ilastj, a,runaway.;negro cwho :reliejsd.;* Youarei.atliberty tof"rqV. ,' : mentrand, at present, tbcnlyoarla Js'elwKivillej
Li 1' Flasks.* 41.* : $ : : this for thebenefi'i of the nn c.t l. -- cfi5*&
Notice.x A Gooa .Allortment.qfCt ? tb.JaIIWDaisJACK,1Andtha&! ;' which'.will be pea to 4h"-Public
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A-. THE .SUBSCRIBER ,& l Boots& Shoes Men's,Women'*and War' h"be1ng a. : fiUietiof-AlaclinaiCosntyjJn:: :;J. !' LD1'NOTW t\tvef'CtrmnNGS'. .. :day next, the 23d October. Ash>.f.bettlfr

., '* .. ouseformerly[ occupied by.Mr.H&tch sed.the .Boots Bud Shoes,. ",v--& WwysftS.GUNaA thiS,:Static.Th..'owner.is.requested .to coae- 'iM.f .... ..s 'k4..4. "Jt" !\ ''f ? : !great trouble ud- penn to effort this oetsf
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