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 30, 1850
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
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[qaent Insertion.F made. .i. ? P'E E C.U' rF..T U.Jt. ILi..J .ference in the Senate'of two!Seaators'in: avor' ':to't'he'South: but about' D-, .foiuatic1 "-" ',...- andhosti .:Tegird it''as acrime ah"'offenes "

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U; CUltomer. By i'ieferriiig ,_ :under the census of 1840;there'were 223 memtoers tid'tla': : iUbrQ D w n. l1 two".. .not w fanatical feel themselves bound tousa ill "

bj irregular be ucenaioeA I ,On. ,' the Slavery:quesUon" ,:,', of:the House Of Reprcsenwtivesfofwhichthe" -tlOhifltheOo! mn ntl: : ..q, L effort toffeJ the- lame 'obj ct.;; while thcsV

the requilite sum JUlY 7Qo-:; : l Northern States had 135 and the'Southernfltates ;,The'next iithesysenz, ftT Dueuci dis-- who are least opposed and hostile,'rtgard U..i a",

Jcransimttea with the adTertfeeraent.roT >E .fJtED'Ul THE SENATE.OF,THE,TJ5ITED.: STATES.,I. }'(onstd. rh g 'D. la&ife"?ra >heutralj.l'87 ; :bur.eriients which has.t:: i: adopted : blot and a stain on:the-character what tfaejrcairtie'Naiion .

' Advem* enu not marked with tbe,number arehI4th. l85O.; making a'drflfereace in favors 6f the' former iJthe G6vernment It/U well luow, .tiat. tieVvfrom ;'and'feel'thenselveicodIng.;' ,

ofinserU".required.will continued 'unulforb.d .-f, ;. House of Representatives of 48.: ,JlhecUfferyence 'eriment J1 iasrdcried" ztrevenuen.tinly: -' If"bound give':it no countenance or.support* .

I for. I,have, Senators. believed from,.the first that' in the',Senate 'of two members'added, to duties'on n"rt& 'J, salLnot undertake to outh4the: wntrary,the'Soathern 'section' wgaerds.'
and charged this)'gives'to the North; in the Electoral College show ihat JCdUUe > re4ati6tts' oiwwhwh',cannot "b .
will be charged for all announce. the agitation the subject of slavery uId, if I \ sSiri1' jaiL dttroy.race3tt
p-Five dollars 'amajority-bf 50. 'Since the Oen uIof 1840 nthe"fx" ltiDg6Ststf''> eel.lrA ii th*two ,
not prevented by some timely ,and :Effective : f inainly : .aat't' the subjecting thegrea'povert .
1 menu candidates for office. 810 CO measure, end in disuni.. .Entertaining this four States have been added tb.th'ej Union:: Iowa !Soutbaa!he great CXtijjoffleUDfl tet'Wiimif" : is 1 to d '
one square, for Six Month I Wisconsin Florida dTexJt&f l ;They leave JaaSlD.l'edit Obitio 1t': d!'Wr fc1ieJims "an'd cco i 1 '
00 opinion.I have, on all proper occasions, endeavored ; ,pMd'fI .. thlU1."er;die, '
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Notice to Debtors and Creditor. t to call the attention,of the two great parties the:'difference'in the"Sci1nte asHt' stood' when' ::proportion\of. the rwenubj; bacans ;jldeem it" tbeteOlboun&.beveq i1Jidmt. ,, ,. ,

App1iCIt for Letters of Administration 5 00a which divide the country to induce. them to, the census was takenbuta4d;, tyto the side'! ,:,unnecwaary,as'the) subiept bos on'safttmfWj ),' *. i iewstfed. sdfetyjt6 defend' it. ''

: All religious notices will be Inserted gratuiousiy. adopt some, measure to prevent so great a disaster oftheNorth in theHouse, makingtfae present' casis' dN r!: 6i1 'ThishoJrtilefeeling on the part-ef the N"oitk

but without success. The agitation\ has majority in the'House in'its favor faO; and in )tJi :8 1 reason j l 1keto. w," towards the social organization, ''of the': SOtk1kydouiutJt '

ar All'comniunlCa1fl mud be tddressed foAOOOSTC8 been permitted to proceed with almost.,no attempt -.I the' electoralcollege? of 5*. r. Site.'f g ''gr t i-p. ritp .t,t )ti 1* ; < 1j&" 11' ',- .,''.' -' _".. -' .

'C. GILLKTT. pottag paid.J3 to resist it until it has reached a'period The result'of the' whole i is to give the.Norcrn bthed at,th. _NOrt t1', ; *
admissable personal communications wil when, it, '1fl0: J longer be,disguised or denied section a predominance in every .department .that the joint'effect of thesOpaiises.h s.been,to most inteosely, that" the j" were res*
( AU that, the Union is in danger. ,You .have thus of the Government, and herebyConcentrate transfera vast amount, from Sooth"to .North p risible for its continuance,to call tt into action '

be charged as adrertwements.jrj" had forced upon you the greatest, and thq gravest in it the two elements which constitutethe whichjunieran equal system of revenue.and disbursements -, The increasing'power of this Government and .

AH bills for Job Printing. must be paid on the question that can ever come under your Federal Government; a mnjority of States, ; would'not haVe ben lost to her ,If of the control:ottli. Northern',,section" over- all :

Jelivery of the work.ThOMAS. consideration: How can the Union be pr ser-. and a majority of the population estimated io ; to this ba'added that manjr of.the, duties 'were its'; ep l1m n ,'f sh d the cause. It wasthiswhickmAdeanImpressiononthemlndion'; 'j

\ federal'numbers. Whatever section concentrit- | imposed, not for revenue, but'for protection }r .' ,...... .
ANDREU, n-dT1. a satisfactory answer to' this mighty tes the tw o,in itself,pyssessea the control of the that is. intended to put money, nOtinhe Treasury manyi; that there was"littl 'or no restraint i'.I: I

9BAPEB AND TAILOR. question it is indispensable to have an ac ur. entire Government. but directly into the pocket-of' manut prevent the Government from doing' whatever .

determined to ate and thorough knowledge of the nature apd But we'are just at the close of the sixth decade ,j facturers-some cocept\1 may' be formed of might choose to do., This was sufficient of it* ... ,
THE his permanent residence in Jacksonville the character of the cause by which the Union ,'and the commencement'of the seventh. the immense mo it in \the'lone course self to put the most fanatical portion of the .

returns up thanks to his fellow-citizens is endangered. Without such knowledge it'is The census is to be taken this'year whichmustadd : : of sixty yeats has bn'thinsffrred from South North in actionforth'epnrpose of destroying! .

the ,unexpected encourgement which has impossible to pronounce,with any certainty, by greatly to the decided preponderance of the I to Ul 'data by which it,can. tbcexisting relation between: : thetw6racei in :

:for been bestowed him, and assures what measure it can be saved; just as it would North in the House of Representatives and in be estimated with any cutainty. but it is safe the South. \ .
!hitherto npon will exertion be impossible for a physician to pronounce in theele'ctoro.lcollege. The prospect is. also, thata to say, that it amount of millions The first organized movement towards commenced ,
that in future he no undres
them merit continuance of their spare patronage. Be- the case of some dangerous disease, with any great increase will be added to its present t'preponderance of do.la. the most loerte.estimate in 1835. Then, for the- first time, socie '

to that a his reputation has been well established certainty, by what remedy the patient could be in the Senate,during the pexind of it would be sufficient to getly'to the were'organited, presses established, Jtarers'sent"forth

lieving in St. Augustine and this place, as a superior saved, without similar knowledge of the nature I the decade, by the addition new, Stated Two wealthof the North, and e to excite the people"ot the

cutter and maker, he begs leave to represent and character of the cause of the disease. The Territories, Oregon and Minesota, are already : her population by attracting emigration from North, 'and incendiarypublications' scattered

to all who might be disposed to favor first question, then,presented for,consideration, in progress, and strenuous efforts are making to '..all quarters to that section. over South the whole South,through the mail. The -

with their custom he is able to furnish in the investigation I propose to make, in orderto bring in three additional States from tke Territory This combined with the great and was thoroughly aroused. Meetings were I
him prim \
of kind of a
garments any be in Savannah'or has endangered the Union 1 1 if ,successful,"will add three other, States, in a i (1 uired a preponderanceover every department of ling upon the North to apply a remedy toiP '
that can procured ,
any To this question there can be but one answer: short time, to the Northern section,making five | the Government by disproportionate increase rest the threatened evil', and pledging then:* j!

Charleston.taken the shop formerly occupied as that the immediate cause is the almost universal States; and increasing the present number of I I of population and States. The former, has selves to adopt measures for their own protection
Having which all the its and of itt Senators been shown increased 'a if it was not arrested. At the meeting of ,
discontent States States to in
the Post Office, he is now ready to execute with pervades from fifteen twenty, ,h"a ,fifty years, 2,460,-
promptitude all orders that may be entrustedto composing the Southern section of the U nion.- from thirty to forty. On the contrary, 000 over that of the South. This increa of Congress petitions poured in from the .North, 1

him. All garments are warranted to fit. This widely extended discontent is not of recent there is not asihgle Territory in progress,in the. population, during so long a period, calling upon Congress' abolish slavery in the }:
THOMAS ANDREU. origin. It commenced with the agitation of the Southern section and no cel.tainty.that any additional accounted t rby the number of so.tftoriy District Columbia,and to,prohibit what they
and has been will be added it he de their eignt call the internal slave trade between the tales
to d
Jacksonville, Nov. 10th 1S49. 6m slavery question, increasing ever State during | inceme.ot: sce .
since. The next question, going one step fur- cade._ The prospect then is, th"t.t.he t.wo'sec-, have to the Northern! section announcing 'at the same time that their ultimate

J. itlcKOlll 't' BAKEU ther back, is: What has caused this widely tions in the Senate,should the efforts now made from Europe and the Sout i consequence of object was to abolish slavery,. net only in

Jacksonville E. F.. diffused and almost universal discontent? to exclude the South from the newly acquired the advantages : causes assigned the District but in the States, and thoughout '.
mistake have succeed will stand the end It they had not cxisted-if the Union. At this period the .number engaged .
It is a great ; to suppose, as some Territories before | the South had retained .
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS for Alabama, done, that it originated with demagogues who of the decade, twenty Northern States to twelve all the capital which has been extracte 1 in the agitation was small,and possessed ;,

Carolina North Car- excited the discontent with the intention of aid- Southern, (considering Delaware neutral,) and from her by the fiscal action of the Govern little or no personal influence.
: Georgia, ing their personal advancement, or with the forty'Northern Senators to twenty-four South- ment; acd if it'had not been excluded by the Neither party in Congress had) at that time, i

olina Virginia, Maine, Pennsylvania, disappointed ambition of certain politicians, ern. The great increase Senators, added tor ordinance of'87, and the Missouri compromise, any sympathy with them, or their cause. Tfc. :

Connecticut and Mississippi. who resorted to it as the means of retrievingtheir the great increase of members of the House of from the region lying between the Ohio and the members of each jartypresentedtheirpetitionswitligreat .

fortunes. On the contrary, all the great Representatives and the electoral college on thepztrt.of Mississippi rivers, and between the Mississippi reluctance. Nevertheless: as small J

Jan. ]1850. ly. political influences of the section were arrayed the North,which must take place under and the Rocky Mountains, north of 35 deg. 30 and contemptible as the party then was, both ; ,
. .. of the parties of the North dreaded them.
II. D. KENDRICK against excitement, and exerted to tne utmostto the next decade will effectually and irretrievably miu.-Mt 5Ci1l"Celyadmits of a doubt I hat she I great _

keep the people quiet. The great mass of I destroy the equilibrium witch existed when would have divided the emigration_ with_._ thc__ They felt, that though small, they were organized '\,
the people of the South were divided, as in the I the Government commenced. North and by retaining her own people would! in reference to a subject which had a great 1 .

I I other section, into Whigs Democrats. The Had this destruction been the operation of have at least equalled the North in population. and a commanding influence over the Northern 1

.Connaellor n ( Law. leaders and the presses of both parties. in the time, without the interference of Government, underthe census of 1840, and probably under, !! mind. 'Each party, on that account, feared to'

South were very solicitous to prevent excitement theSouth'would have had no reason to complain; that about to be taken. She would also,if she oppose their petitions, lestthe opposite party j'
: because It : but too- It caused the had retained her f should take ad vantage,'of,the one;who.'might, 1.
L practice iu the several Courts of the and to preserve quiet; was seen such was not. fuel. was by equal rights 'inthose 'lem'toT their The
WIt Eastern Circuit, aid in the Counties that the effects of the former would necessarily legislation of this Government, which was appointed ries,maintained an equality in the number of, by favoring petitions. effect was

[Hillsborough and Benton of the Southern Cir- tend to weaken. if not destroy, the political ties as the common agent of all, and char- btaterf with the North, and' have preserved the tkflL'ld both united"received,in insisting and that the petitions i 'i 1-.

lit of.Florida. which united them with their respective parties ged with the protection of the interests and security equilibrum between the two sections that existed ako be that'Coiressshould
of the
take !for which
'T&OJp3. Bay, October 28th 1849.-nov.17. in the other section. Those who know the of alt The legislation by which it has at the comnencement the Government.The jurisdiction subject they "
strength of party ties will readily appreciatethe been effected,may classed under three heads. loss then of the equilibrium to be attributed prayed. To justify course,they took the
CO.Aftl.K9 P. CO OPE B.ATTORNEY immense force which this cause exerted The first is, that series of acts by which the to the actiQn-orthis'Government. extraordinary ground, Congress was bound {.',

against agitation, and in favor of preserving South has been excluded from the common Territory But while these measures were destroying receive petitions on every subject, howeverobjectionable ,
it be and whether had
quiet. But at great as it was, it was not sum belonging to all of the States, as the the equilibrum between the two sections the might they i
AND ciently so to prevent the wide-spread discontent members of the Federal Union, and which have action of the Government was leading to a radi- 4r'had not jurisdiction over the subject.These I .
views in the House of
C.u.eIlorat Law which now pervades that section. No, some had the effect of extending vastly the portion ail change m its character by. prevailed Representatives,
concentrating aad in the Senate and thus the
cause far deeper and more powerful, than the allotted to the Northern section, and restricting all the power of the system in i itself. The partially party \ :
resumed his profession, will devote occasion succeeded in their first movements in gaining ,i
HAVING one supposed, must exist, to account for discon- within narrow limits,, the portion left the will not permit me to trace the measures ,
its what in
exclusively to practice;throughut tent so wide and deep. The question, then, recurs South. The next consists adopting a system by which this great change has been they proposed-a position Congress,
) the Eastern Circuit of Florida. consumma- from which could be extended
: What is the cause of this discontent of revenue and disbursementsby; which an undue ted. If it did, it would not be difficult to show agitation .over t
Jacksonville E.Fl. Nov. 10th 1849. the whole Union. This the commencement
It will be found in the belief of the people of proportion of the burden of taxation has that the process commenced at an was \
early period
---- -- I of which has since continued :
States the discontent been the south and'an undue of the Government -agitation; ever ,
HPUJVCEB: & BAKER, the Southern prevalent as imrosed upon ; that it proceeded almost and which is: ha endangered
itself that they cannot remain as thingsnow proportion of its proceeds appropriated to the without interruption as acknowledged, !
4 step by step, until it absorbed the Union itself. .
ttGrnrgg at SLaU 1
are, consistently with honor and safety,in North; and the last is a system political mea- virtually its entire powers ;but without As for I believed at that t
Jacksonville, Fin. the Union. The next question to be considered sures by which the original character of the going through the whole process to establish if the who early period, .:
is: What has caused this belief Government has been radically changed. I the tact, it may be done satisfactorily by party got up the'p"titiom"abouldauc-
a very ceed in to take j
ILL practice in the several Courts ia the One of the causes is, undoubtedly, to be traced propose to bestow upon each ofthese, in the or- short statement .Congress jurisdiction '
that agitation would follow and that it would
Eastern Circuit of Florida; in the U. to the long-continued agitation of the slave der they stand, a few remarks, with the view of That the Government claims and \
practically in the end if not arrested destroy the Union.
: District 'urt, Northern District of Florida; question on the part of the North, and the many showing that it is owing to the action of this maintains, the right to decide in'the last resort, I thm so expressed, myself; debate and called .

he Supreme Court. at Tallahassee; and prosecute aggressions which they have made on the Government that tho equilibrum between the as to the extent of its powers, will scarcely be both to take ground ,against '. .

claims before"Congreis and the Depart- rights of the South during that time. I will not two sections has been destroyed and.the whole denied by any one conversant with the politi upon 8umi risdiction parties but in vain. Had voica as- .
,. icnta Government Washington.. enumerate them at present, as it will be doneherell.fter powers of the system ceutered in a sectional ma- cal history of the country. That 'i. also claims been heeded and had Congress refused my to. take cl
Jos. McRoBERT BAKCO. S. SCKNCER. in its proper place jority. the right to resort to force to 'maintain what- '
jurisdiction by the united votes of all parties )
Jan. 6,'49. ly There is another lying back of it, with which The first of the series of acts by which the ever STVft"against all is ,
opposition, the agitation which followed would nave been .
-" -- this is intimately connected, that may: be regarded South was deprived ofi its due share of the Territories Indeed It is "apparent 'from and the fanatical i seal that gives impulse "
tUILiP FRAMER the and primary cause. It is originated with the Confederacy which what we daily hear prevented -
as great that th s'has""become the to die'egitationand; which has brought .
A 1rQ)1ENm1f to be found in the fact that the equilibrium between preceded the existence of this Government. prevailing and fixed opinion of a i -
great majority us to our present perilous condition would hate
ANDounntILur the two sections in the Govern uent, as is to be found in the provision of the Ordinanceof ofthe community. Now, I ask what limitation, become extinguished from the want something, f j .
stood when the Constitution ratified and 1787. Its effect to exclude the South can be
: it was was possibly placed the '
at LaW, upon powers of a to feed the flame. That was the time :for the ?
in action has been from that vast and fertile which
the Government put destroy entirely region governmentcL-umingandexercisuigsijchriklits '
? North to show her.devotion to the Union but t'
JACKSONVILLE, FLA., ed. At that time there was nearly a perfect lies between the Ohio and the Mississippi rivers if none can be, how can the ;
separate unfortunately bothot the great parties of that :
I |{ ITnLL attend to any professional business equilibrium between the two, which afforded now embracing five States and ono Territory.The ernments of the States maintain 'and protect .section were so intentoiIobt ininjorretain. ,.. .I

"Y entrusted to him in the Courts of the ample means to each to protect itself against next of the series is the Missouri Compro- the powers reserved to them by the Constitution ing party ascendency,'that all other considerations t : .1
:I tern of the other but it mise which excluded the South from that or the .
Circuit and the Supreme Courts at aggression ; as now large people of the several States maintain were'overlooked or forgotten. ; 1

ala&iee. lie has also such au advantageou -, stands, one section has the exclusive power of portion of Louisiana which lies North of 36 deg. those which are reserved to them nd among' 'What'has' followed are but the-'natural 1

oiaectien with an able Lawyer at Woshfugtoa controlling the Government, which leaves the 30 min., excepting what is included in the others, Jhe sovereign powera bywhi6htheyoi; ;: consequences.s.. With the 'success.of.their first :

City as will ensure a prompt and spee- other without any adequate means of protectingitself State of Missouri. The last of the aeries excluded doined and ta.blishedi not only 'their! Separate movement this'small fanatical'party begant. i i

dy collection of such claims as miy be placeda against its encroachment and oppression.To the South from the whole of the Oregon State Constitutions and Government*, but also,. acquire strength;:-and with that, to become aa :: :

1 his hands agaiust the United States place this subject distinctly' before you, I Territory. AU these; in the slang .of the day, the Qonstituupn and Government the'United object'of' courtship. to boththegreatparties.Theiieces8ryconeqOen ; ..-. i .
Sept. 8th, 1 49. ly have, Senators,prepared a bri statistical stater were what is called slave territories, and. not States But if they' have, 'ho. I constitutional, "'',was,'a'further increaseof'powetan4 I '

ment, showing the relative weight of the..two free soil ; that is territories belonging to slaveholding means of maintaining .them against "the'right: t a' gradual; tailJtingtthe ;1 : .

CHARLES DEVVAAL sections in the Government'under the first census powers and open to the immigration of claimed by this GovernmentMtr'necemrtly'1allows opinion!both(the other parties with'their rt :
AUCTIONEER, of 1790 and the last census' of 1840. masters with their slaves. By these f several that they hold them ants pleasure.and doctrines,'until the infection has extended over ;d j t.:

JACKSONVILLE, E. F. According to the former the population of acts, the South war excluded from 1,238,025 discretion, and that all the'powers 'of.theM,I. both'adthegreatmAssbfthepopuiationtfheNorth : ; : : I

-n-SALES in any part of the County attended the United States includingVermontKentuckyt' square miles, an extent of country .considerably .tern are in reality cphceatrated;Jh: 'it. -*'It'also : ,'who,'what ver may be their:opinion J -; (' :

and pectully solicited. and Tennessee, which then were in their incipient .' exceeding the entire valley of the Mississippi. follows, that the character 'of the-Government of the original abolition party, which still preserves f .< I

Jackswwlle, May 6, 848 condition of becoming States, but were To the South was left the portion of the na* been ch.o.nged.ln' consequence ''rroni I ''its,distinctive 1
; a'fedr organization hardly ever !
,__ ; !
l. not actually admitted amounted to 3929827.' : Territory of Louisiana lying South ,of 36 deg eraIRepublu.as,!1t Originally came' from e.j fail wheaitcomestoactintoco-operateia, ; : :. i
AGENC'kOF Of this number the Northern Stuteshad 1,977- 30 min and the portion North, of it included ha 1 f
f S'lw nto"hPtotll'aMoS' > Il. carrying oat their measures.. With the increasa., L ;)
899, and the Southern 1,952,072, making a difference in the State of Missouri. The portion lying : Democracy. 'It has indeOd,-, t present-II of their influence, they extended the sphere of :

DR. S. S. FITCH'S of only 2,827, in'favor of the former South of 36 deg. 30 min., included the States all the characteristics"of the latter,'and not hn a their.action. Iu a short time 1 after the commencement. -:. j

f.ji States. The number of States, including Vermont Louisiana 'and Arkansas, and ,the territory I I the, former,, although still, retains:;Its'oat' .Of- their, .1irsfmovement.ther': had I i- .f "

[CELEBRATED MEDICINE. Kentucky, aadTennessee-were sixteen; lying West of the latter and South'of 36.deg. ward, form.' *< -,\acquired sufficient influence to induce the:Leg ; -;

Used by him with distinguished succeu in the I oiTrhich' eight, including ermon belonged 30 min called thfe Indian'country. This,.with The result. of the whole of these'-causes'com. islatures of most of the Northern States to pass 1

cure of to the Northern section;'and"'eight, including the Territory of Florida, now the State,'makes ,bined is, that the North has acquired i. a'decided : actSjWWch,in,effect;//abrogated the provision of ,\ t

Catarrh Kentucky and Tennessee, to'the Southern, making in the whole, 283 503;; square miles., .'.oi this I' ascendancy over every department this Government the ConaUtution. 'that provides the e'ita.' I
Consumption an equal division of the States, betweenthe must be added tthe.territorywith' Texas.i elf ,'and through'It a control'over all the r-I ing up of fugitive,slaves. ,Not long after,petitions HI
stoma Heart Diseases Dyspepsia two sections under the first There the whole hould be added to the Southern powers
nsns. section 'I of the System. A single! section ; followed abolish slavery in forts,-'mag : h
:was a'small preponderance in the House of Representatives it would make an increase of 325,520which' by the will of the gover'ned -' '
Gonorrhoea Piles Female[
,numerical majorit J V1 has azines, .and .dock, yards, and,all other\ places t J
and in the electoral in would make the whole.left to the South 609 ; I now In fact the
college, .control of the Government where Congress had exclusive power of legisJatioou -; );
Complaints, &c., &c. I favor of.the :Northern, owing to the/'faet thati 023.'n But'a 'large part ofTexas is still:in;'contest the'entire.powers "of:the,'sysiem. What'was: :: ,This was followed.by petitions and reso. ,-J

ALSOr. I, according to the provisions of the'Constitution! between the two"'sectionswhich' leaves it .once: Constitutional federal :Republic;:is'nbw lutions; Legislatures:.of: tha:Northern States .> \.

) S. S. Fitch'sSupporters, Shoulder in estimating federal number>e slaves'count' uncertain whaUwl1Ie;' the. ; real extent of the j' converted, in reliyintooneo. absolute that and popular meetings to' e.lud.&he,Southern -
as :
Brace, InhdingTubts: and Lectures but three J'b; tlitt!# was oo'.small'to affect' l sensi portion" C J or.territory, that,may be, left. to;:. the ; of,the'Autocrat of BussiaV i and: as despodo in its States..freu(,alTemtories&cqn1zed\ ; er to:be',

Consumption dad the b1ythe perfect' equilibrium?which' witk thAtxceptip1' South "'"?;a; ;/ -i-t' -'f,.jt t$ >iHi'M te dencyasany absolute govefnnient that acquired and.to'prevent thetadmission.of jx if
ever ,
on ; existed,at the time ,!'Such- the I have not"t included the. eXisted fj. .>'" .
territory -
and WAii recently 1 ; -6..1--1' <* .,.! State hereafter into, the Union, ..hich byiutConstitution .
art of preserving. Life eqnalitjrprtae; pro'netioas:Jirheri:the States ; acquired by) the* treaty '.witht Mexico. .iJTheNorth 'As*then.the North has the f:absolute'-control: does,not prohibiteIacry; ,And

Healthy t&, Old Jigir composing them Agreedto enter into a';Federal :ia'making tbe most strenuous;; efforts to I over,the,Goverumeflt.Itl3Imanjfe3t'ihiij' all ongrwais'infoked to do all,this expressly.wiSjiV -
:4a4; '4Lii&e :Union? tSin ethel" the equffibrunvbetweentUem Approp e.t.b'e_whole to herself, by ;excluding quwtiQns;;between; 'ft,!and the"Sbnth: ''Sfh'jjrii the view. to the final}aboliUon.of slavery ia.tht'r
Kais'been greatly1 disturbed ft* -" 4 +)t-. the Bouth'frc'ra foot of it, Ifshe shouldBncced therais
every :; a1 diversity of"interest theJnterea of Stat .iTna t has been'avowed ,ta be: the alimate6bjecy
been appointed Agent. fortuealoofMW ; 'r According to,*the lajt"censut th&'aggat&outatio ,it will addto thut from which the South: : the latter'will be sacrificea j W' from the beginning of the agitation- I
f above .
Goods and will keep thm constant : ,
of .
United'States':amountedrto17l063W7lbf has1 already been i excluded! i ,<526,078-square vei. the' "' :"'
: Opprsaie effect* :
o* hand at'm Dro 'store,1 la'the Town of wMch'tble l ; may te as the,South; Mflthepresenttimeandyet the great body.:
. 1, t.ik : t Northern Action1 cOD- z llOsandwoulcl', increvee the:whole which the, possesse ;aomeans> rbjwhichit; "can :resist;! of botk'partiesof the North,with the fulikn9w.-; '

.r & TampaBarrJ&_ .; ,L;k Dr.'I* D-R'GZB.S.' J ,'taih'ed 9,92Ofldtbemaking SoutKern7.33443ft I;)' North has appropriated herself) to s 1,74,023.' thrcmgh4be octionof the:Gorernment. ';But.if 'led2 'olih :t. ,1tJ1Qh'dtSai: ; : ; ;
: a difference inround'numbers.of 2400,000u ,. not including the'portion: there;was n&questlon.ofyital importiuiceto tiie" olUiontetshave peritfcdwitLtQ
, no:Pr.Pitch "GciDB' BOOK; TO I y A1.tJ', The number States: ,had' increased U from in Texas.!.'. Tosum:up the .Southernsecubn, in.refer noB to'which''there1was 'ell their rQeasure3.\ : :: ; '.;;.. '

d Directions for'promotingHealth, ,''and In' from'sixteek to twenty-sir, making additidtf I whol, the United States since i they:i declared' :a dIversisyofjewa: between f the two sec : -. :'BocH'li j\ ) history of.he' agtado as.tAr,-' '

: "to "Mothers; in the Mansiement'of. : of ten stes.rntbe meantimethe; 'position;ofDelawar their independence, have\;acquired: ,3140q46uare i tion;' hla atatt of things';;might be':'""endured* : as tt'n 'yet 'advanced., _'Nowlijsk; ; Senator. .
;; hLldtL. I"- may betid,.gratuitously,.'by calLa& bid become doubtful alto which cation1 milea'ot.territorYi from which the Non 'without the hazard of est'uet1oD to'the So th.. ,hat ;'theitOpTeTeL: ; '!"arierIprop r'

for U&uhe store as above. An extremely she properlybelongs./j /Considering her Ks will have excluded the South,'.if she should succeed Bat suca is not' t.he facL There Tff Y oues'tldorof until it fulfils-the ueuProPOunlti J'"

1 .lu&bieBobkr'Taow 1'1 .' li.tr J;the'Northern States'will thirteen :In monopolizing the newly acquired)territorJes ivital importance to theSouth'seetioin! ref-, I somiB, ecisiTe'ittmuMshoui ..__Je_ &dOjL 141 pre. .
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1 '. .added lo ita increase from its original small and 'i But we cannot believe them to be sincere; for, object,inflicts"a'dangerous wound uponthe'Congtitution -: preliminary. ccft-r 'p mission. 'was",'to'ascertain and other tffi ri. appoint IHh J

contemptible' beginning until it has attained its' if they'loved theUmonheyyouid necessarily :by,depriving Southern St&te3as : sufficiently Judg' 6bd wa entltled'ua -

I ;. jr* ent magnitude.dimljaishedin'foJrce, Is the be devoted to the-Constitution. It'made the joint partners and owners of the Territories numerous tolnthorlxe jthem to be formed into ofc'es3'to"b'admlt i d b tJul V_ ::

'original cause of the movement that slavery is ;Union, and to destroyi&e;Constitution would' their rights in;them-;!ibut itjinflicts no, greater :a State:;),This'wtsdoaeby,taking a -census.t'belondtheimber Stat ia Is .. taJ ,

I a sin, and ought to besuppriaedweaker.now be-to destroy the Union,( ,.But the only reliableand : wound than Ii absolate11 necessary/to effect-;- prating suffi.cfetpiini tt TcrritoHal. Gn, 'i
I ) tthan.atthe. commencement' Or is the Abolition certain evidence deroti&n te the Constitution The former; on'the'contrary;while 'it 'indicts" g1ranie3.. ,The that nambeiy < b* bywh1e t
4> + *" *
) I party less numerous us or influential,or hare is,to abstain,on the one hand, from violating the same wound, inflicts others equally great ting it fixed ij leh'.pn. appeared 1tiiciede1Const1tuUonnd' l. 8hta
dhey less influence or control over the* two great i ii it, and-to,repel,on tbeotner,all attemptsto and if possible greater,as I shall:next proceedto place ofholdlng i ,e n' qualifier applied for; tdmgress"eftised -'I

.parties of the North in elections Or has the : violate it. It is only by. faithfully performing explain. .? .,_ ,, tion of the voters!,establishment of its bnnd. tidmtt'herobzrointheCensns' : \" ""
r South greater means of influencing or controlling .these high -duties that the Constitutioncan In claiming the right for the Inhabitants, instead -' ries,'and all other measures & .abttd" *e' taken by-;" h.'t

II, I the movements of this Government, now be preserved,And with it the U nion. of Congress, to legislate for the Territoriesin tied,ryio&admission.' nee ac 'per States,and that Conge had not ,
\ L than it had when the agitation- commenced.?- But how stands the profession of devotion to the Executive Proviso, it.assumes that,tbeoereignty'ofthe withdraws sovereignty whether the ;,be,
'I, I 11 I I To all these questions but one,answer,can be ,t Union, by our assailants: .when;.brought to Territories-is-Bestedin; .the'. of,the U carl1 8tleTs the,inhabitant*- 'Qbeor.w: ,States,, as..it was .utore\4.

fl 1 .given-.No, no, no. The very reverse is true.- ,the tesU flave thej abstained from violating former,or.to express it,in the language,used in, of the. .ron < -,, cession._ She,::
I .Instead of being weaker, all the elements du .fa- the Constitution t- Let the many acts passedby a'resolution offered,by oneof, thisenators,from .atitutiori and.Government, as originalStates her territorial Oo l diU a. An/act:was paIeJji

tor of agitation are stronger now than they the Northern States'to set aside and annul Texas,.(Gen. Houston w!absent/) .they".have:. pf tijeTJnon''aftetbehe4! declaredtheir.independence. take"census by the United States; conta1Ii

'Were in 1835, when the agitation first commenced the clause of the Constitution providing for tILe "the same Inherent right of" self-government as At 4h'u stage,.the inhabitants a'p tbio1.that the'Territory should!foria.,

while all the elements influence. n,the delivering up of fugitive !es answer. I cite the people in,the States." The asstanption is. ,. of the became for the first jt time State; AH afterwards wan regularly GO doe(J
part of the South are weaker. Unless something this not that it is the only instance, (for,there 1 utterly unfounded, unconstitutional, ",witbot.'example a eople1n'1 constitutional language. and:.the' TerrI&eryV.sdWjttedU 'a'.3tndi.;

decisive is done I again ask, what is to are many others)but because the.violation, in ;; and:contrary to the entire. practice of.: "Prior, othis, they.were, f the old acts ef.Congress -. ,r The irregularities in the ease,of Callftnla
stop this agitation before the great and,,final' .this particular, of die Constitution is too notorious the Government,from its commencement to the'. : and people.. All are.Immeasmrably greater,,offer chstzej
object at which it aims-the abolition of slavery and palpable to be denied. Again have prese&ttime, as shall eto h Wt.-': ., ., cUed-'lnhabitnt with the sovereigntyof ger reasons forpursuinz jthe same cbars .'H'*. f '

: in the States is-consummated. Isit,then, they stood forth fiKtifull/to repel violations of ,Tee recent movement of individuals In California the Uatect'States,'with the powers of Congress it inay be'siid,'Caltfernia'may 'not :sU bi1t.fa

not certain, that if something decisive is not the Constitution? Let tikeir course in refer- 4o form a Constitution anHra State'Govverraeatj ,: : (tie a people toself That is not probable; but if ahe-.houl4
.n IW done to arrest It the South wUl be forced ence to the agitation ofthe slavery question, and appoint, Senators l and.Kepresfhtatives ; riht.'r '- :when she refuses;it vrilUhea be time 'for W to'" g

,to choose between abolition anJ .secession?- which commenced and carried on for fifteen is the first fruit of,this "monstrous, gyenment: the first:-case in ihich"'ther decide what is to be done. -&* .

Indeed, as events Are:flOW moving, it will not years, avowedly for,the purpose of abolish- assumption., If the individuals who'made this was anydepartnte1 from the Having now shown what icaanotnva: tit D,
: require theSouth. to secede to dissolve the Uoion. ing'slavery in the States-on object all allowto movement, had gone into California, oc.adven--. ting.'-"' 'a very'1pt tspartnre'from moO I return to the questioa,with which I ew,

Agitation will>ef itself effect it, of which be unconstitutional-answer. Let them 'tuners, and if.as each they had.conquered the established usageThe: : ce of'87 securedto menced ; ;How,can the Unionbe.saved?. ,T_

its past history furnishes abundant proof, as I shewaMnglenstance, during this long period, Territory ana ,established their independence her the right of becoming a Statewheih ,is out one way by which it ,can with aaytainty '

", 4shall next proceed to ah:W'. in which they have denounced the agitators or the sovereignty"of the countrj,,would'have been, should have 60,000,inh bianci :Owing,to some ,and that is, b: a "full and final atUe.

It is great mistake to suppose that disunion their attempts tii effect what is admitted to be vested, in them, as a separate and independent neglect" Congress can be effected by a single .blow. The cords unconstitutional,' or a single measure which community, In that ease they would,have had In.,the meantime,her population increased, un tions at'issue between the';two; aectioita>,!"
which bound these States together in one com- they have brought forward for that purpose.- the right to form a Constitution) and;fbj estate : tllt clearly'exceeded more than twice the num- South asks for justice,ample;justice lid'.

men Union are far too numerous and powerful How can we, with all these facts before us, believe lish a government for themselves,and I1,'after-h entte her to admission. At this she ought not to take: She has no Ccmprc&

lor that. Disunion must be the work of time. that they are sincere ia their profession wards,they thought proper to apply to Congress stage she Constitution and ,Government to offer, but the Constitution; and nocoocessbi

It is only through a long process and in succession devotion ,to the Union, or avoid believing for admission into the Union as a sovereign'and: .without' the census being taken by the or surrender to make.. She baa already surrea*
that the cords can be snapped until the their profession is but intended to increase the V independent State all this would"have been; United States, and Congress waived 'the'omission dered so much that she has little' left to sum*

whole fab fulls asunder. Already the agitation vigor of their assaults and to weaken the force regular and according to established principles 83 there was no doubt she had more than dor., .Such a settlement.would go toJh ro J

of the slavery question has snapped some of our resistance? But such is not the case. It ,was the United: a sufficient number to entitle her to admission.She the evil,'and cause discontent. BY, 1SfiDi

of the most important, and baa greatly weakened Nor c'\n we regard the prefession of devotionto States who conquered California,and finally acquired vas not admitted at the first session she apptiedj the South, she could remained honorably s
all the others as shall proceed to show tie Union, on the part of those who, are not it by the treaty. The sovereignty of owing to some''diculty respecting the safely in:the Union and thereby restore the aai*

'i. The cords that bind the States together arewot assailants, as sincere, when they pronounce: course,is vested in them,and not in the indivK boundary'between her and Ohio. The mony and,fraternal feelings between, the nertions
only many, but various in character. Some eulogies upon the Union, evidently with the intent duals who have attempted to form a Constitution irregularity/as to admission,took -, get which,existed anterior to the Miasoagitation. .

are spiritual or ecclesiastical;; some political; of charging us with disunion, without uttering and a State, without their consent. All tbenext session, but on a point which can have ., 'Nothing else can,with any ccrtiiat/,
others social Some appertain to the benefit one word of denunciation against our as- this is clear, beyond controversy, except it can possible conaectioa with the case of California. finally and forever, settle the question at :

conferred by the Union, and others to the feeling sailants. Iffriends of the Union, their course be shown that they have since lost or ,been divested terminate agitation, and save the Union* f.Jt';

:, of duty and obligation. should be to unite with us in repelling these of their sovereignty.Nor The irregularities in V another cases that have But can this be done ? Yes easily it,Jlb&k

The strongest of those of a spiritual and ecclesiastical assaults, and denouncing the authors us enemies is it less clear, that the power of legislating since occurred, are'of a similar nature. In all, the weaker party.for it can of itself do notoiaj

nature consisted in the unity of thereat of the Union. Why they avoid this and ovr the acquired territory is',vested in, there existed Territorial Gov established not even'protect itself but by the stronger.

religious denominations of which orig- pursue the course they do, it is for them to ex Congre;and not, asassumedin, inhabitants, by Congress, with rnments by- The North has only to will it to accompli '
inally embraced the whole Union. All these denominations plain. of Territories. None can deny that the the United States. In all, the Territorial Government it-to justice by conceding to the South 4

,with the exception,perhaps,of the Nor can the Union be saved by invoking the Governnent of the United States have:the power 'took the lead in calling Conventions, equal right in the acquired territory,and to d*

Catholics, were organized very much upon the name of the illustrious Southerner whose mortal to acquire" Territories,either by war,or treaty and fixing the preliminaries preparatory to theformation her duty by causing the stipulations relative ti

principle of our political institutions: beginning remains repose on the western bank of the, ; but if the power to acquire exists, it belongs of a Constitution and admission into fugitive slaves to be faithfully fulfiled-to ceut

with smaller meetings, corrresponding Potomac. He was one of us-a slaveholderand to Congress to carry it V into execution.On .- the Union. They all recognized the sovereign the agitation of the slave question, and to pros

!;! with the political divisions of the country,their a planter. We have studied his history, this point there can be no doubt, for the ty of the United Stte and the authority of vide for the insertion of a provision in ,tin .

organization terminated in one.great central as- and find nothing in it to justify submission to nstitution expressly provides, that Congressshall Congress over Territories; and wherever : Constitution by a amendment, which, will re*

J, -semblafie, corresponding very much with the wrong. On the contrary, his great fame restson hive power "to make all lawswhich shall there was any departure from established usage, store in substance the power she possessed of
character 9! Congress. At these meetings the the solid foundation, that, while he was be necessary and proper to carry into executionthe it was done on the presumed'consent of Congress protecting herself, before the equilibrium between

principal clergymen and lay members of the careful to avoid doing wrong to others,he was foregoing powers," {those vested in 'Con- ,and not in defiance or the the sections was destroyed by the action
I: respective denominations from all ports of the prompt and decided in repelling wrong. trust gressJ 1nd all other powers vested by this sovereignty of the United orts authot Territories. of this Government. There will be no difficul _

Uniou met, to transact business relating to theircommon that. in this respect, we have profited by his Constitution in the Government of the United In this respect Californiastand ovr alone ty in devising such a provision. ,One that wil -

1 concerns. It was not confined to what example. Nor can we find any thing in hishis- States,or in any departmtut'or office.tbere ."- without usage,or a single example cover her protect the South, and which, at the same timtij
.appertained to the doctrines and discipline of tory to deter us from seceding from the Union, : It matters not, then, where the power is vested case. will improve and strengthen ,theGovernment,f.
the respective denominations, but extended to should it fail to fulfil the objects for which it i for, it vested at all in the Government of the It instead of-impairing weakening i
j plans for disseminating the Bible sending outnis.iomiries belongs now, Selto for you to decide But will the North to do this? It is
was instituted, by being permanently and hopelessly United States or any of its departments what will agree rOll
to this
part you unprecedented
distributing tracts, and establishing ; her to llDSWer this question. Bat I will $51shecannot
converted into the means of oppressing ?officers the power of carrying it into executionis transaction. The Executive has ,
presses for the pub.i nation of tracts, newspapers ; instead of protecting us. On the contrary,we clearly vested in Congress. 'But this important laid the to ie the Constitutionof reuseifahe, has hair the love for ,
JI and periodicals with a view of diffusing paper purporting the Union which she professes to hate/'or with
while it
l find much in his example to encourage us, provision, gives to Congress the California before and asks admit
religious information, and for the support of forced the Territories you you to out justly exposing herself lo the charge Ihlt
should we be to the extremity of deci- power of legislating over her,into the Union and the
impe.ses questionis
the doctrines and creed otthe denomination.- ding between submission disunion. There restrictions on its exercise : ; her love of power and aggrandizement.is&r
important will
All these combined contributed to r ; you or you not admit her It is a than her love of the Union. AtaQ
I greatly greater
existed then, as well as now, a union-that between tricting Congress to passing laws necessary and and there '
strengthen the bonds of the Union. The strong the parent country and her then colonies.It proper for carrying the power into execution grave question, Much ret upon YOlahe.TV events, the responsibility of'saving the Un- !<*.
much will depend
ties which held each denomination together responsibility. ,very rests on the North and notthe South. Til
was a union that had much to endear to The prohibition extends, not only to all laws If her
formed a strong cord to hold the whole Union the people of the colonies. Under its protecting not suitable or appropriate to the object of the endorse upon your and decion sanction you adli that, South cannot save it by any act of hers, asl!

together;, but as powerful as they were they care; the colonies were planted and grew power, but also to all that are unjust, unequal, you has been done. Are your to do ? the North may save it without zany sacrifa.
have not been able to resist the explosive effect .p and prospered, through a long course of or unfair ; for all .each laws would be unnecessary Are prepared to yon prpa so -of whatever, unless to justice, and to perfo i|
you your power
of the slavery agitation.The her duties under the CoustItu On. should Et
years, until they became populous and wealthy. and improper, and, therefore, nnconstitnnal. legislation for Territories '-
; a power expressly
first of these cords which snapped under i Its benefits were not limited to them. Their. vested in the Constitution regarded by her as a sacrifice. 1 1IJ
\, I{ its explosive force, was that of the powerful I extensive and other Congress by as_ .is time, Senators, that_there should :ban|
agricultural productions established has been established Cad consistently
'" V Having now beyond controversy fully -
Methodist Episcopal Chu h. The numerous open and manly avowal on all sides,as to whl I.
gave birth to a. flourishing commerce, which that the the Territories is. with to the Constitution
sovereignty over vested your support,
j.; And strong ties which held it together are all rewarded the oat intended to be done. If the question not;
for the
richly parent country in,the United States that is in the several surrender 2 Are

power you prepared
\ : broke and its unity gone. They now form separate trouble and and settled, it is uncertain whether it ever can ho:
expense protecting States the nion-an that the that the oL'the Terri
: churches and instead of that feeling of composing power amt inhabitts after be; and we, as the Representatives ofliij
; them. born and
Washington was grew up of them is ,vested ton the them and
1 legislating over expressly
j possess over ,
.attachment and devotion to the interests of the toiaaubuod under that union. He 8 ereigt States of this Union, regarded as Goverv
acquired in it follows that the individuals in that number
J any, ,
whole Church which was formerly felt theyare Conge may dm'aD menu,should come to a'distinct aaderstaxiduf
his early distinction in its service and there is
Cal o have undertaken ,to form a extent of territory they
;1 for
now arrayed into two hostile bodies as to ourrespective view in order te ascertih
engaged to believe that he pease '
every reason was deiotedly Constitution and a State, and to exercise the Constitution and it into
litigation about what was formerly their whether the great questions at issue can be rxt|
attached to it. But his devotion rational
was a power of legislating without the consent of Congress a State, without asking your permission 1 Are .
tied If who the
or not.
common property.The ofle. He was attached, not as an end but as have the sovereignty of the States prepared to surrender the of 'you, represent strongs
usurped you sovereignty '
next cord that snapped was that of the portion cannot to settle them on w1'r
to end. When it failed to fulfil its agree
ameacs an
and the authority of and have actedin the United States over whatever
Congress, territory may ,
: Baptists, one, of the largest and most respectable ; end, and, instead of affording protection, was open defiance of both. In other words, what be hereafteracquired to the first adventurerswho broad principle justice and duty,say so.ajdfij
of the denominations. That of the Presbyterian let the States we both to
converted into the of the colonies represent agree settifj
i means oppressing they have done is revolutionaryand rebellious rush into it 2 Are prepared to .
may you .
is not entirely snapped, but same of its i be did not hesitate to draw back his sword in its character anarchical in its tendency and surrender virtually to the' Executive arate and part in peaceV If you ure unwilhijwe ,
strands have given That of the Episcopal I should part in tell us so and weiial
away. and bead the movement by which that Dep peace, ,
great union calculated to lead to the most'dangerous conse all the which have
V Church is the only one of the four great was forever severed an I the independence j met powers you know what to do, when you reduce the questia %:
Had they acted from over.the Territories? If not how
x quences. premeditation :
Protestant denominations which remains unbroken remain silent .will,compel us,to infer wbt 4
ofthese States established. This was the ,you
.j' great and it would have been, in fact actual can you consistently with your duty and your
and entire. deig intend. In that c ise California will becoot t.,
and of his life which has you
V crowning glory spread such is not the case. The blame oaths to the Constitution
; support give your
The strongest'cord of a political character a the test question. If admit her under il ;.
whole yon ;
his fame t and will transmitit
over globe, lies much less them than those who sent to the admission of California
.upon upon a State ,
-consists of the and ties that haveI a the difficulties that her admission (|
; many strong to the latest posterity.Nor oppose ,10 ;
have induced them to take a course unconstitutional -: under a pretended Constitution ,and Government -
t I held together the two great parties which have, compel us tn infer that you intend to exclsdiVt
the the They have been ? believe that the
can plan proposed by distinguished auddangerous. Againcan
5 with some modifications existed from the beginning us from the whole of'the acquired Ierrit5rii]
Senator from that of the Ad- led into it by language held here and.the course of Constitution which
of the Government. They both extended nor a ,they have adopted with the intention of destroying irretrievaH/j 9
millistl"tltionYe, the, Union. I shall pass by, pursued by the Executive branch of the gov- has the least valdity' Can you believe, ,
to portion of the Union and the between the
every withou-! remark, the plan proposed by the Senator ernent that there is :tL reality as the State twog cfj
contributed to hold all its su '
But this powerful cord has fared parts no together.-better than and proceed directly to the considerationof I have not seen the answer of the Executiveto California ; there is no such State. I (ions. We would be blind not. .to e1

the spirituaL It resisted fer a l long time the explosive that of the Administration. I however as- the calls made by the two Houses of Congress, has no legal or constitutionalexistence..- It feive in that case, that your real objectsf j

tendency of the agitation, but has finally sure the distinguished and able Senator, that for information a to the course which it took, no validity, and can have none, without your are power and aggi and Demerit, aDd Jo *
iu taking this course, no disrespect whatever is or the which it acted in reference to what : How, then, can you admit icasa !
snapped,under,its force-if not entirely, inV part scton. fatuated not to act accordingly. |tit -
intended to him his I have the, of the
or plan. adoptedit was done in California 1 understand the answers when according provision
.a measure. Nor is there'one of the remaining *
great because so Senators of distinguished Constitution is limited to admitting have now, Senators, donemy dotj;|
V cords which have not been, many have not yet been printed. But there is your power
weakened. To this extent the Union greatly has already abilities who were present when he deliveredhis enough known to justify the assertion, that new,States. To,be admitted it must be a in expressing my opinions fully, fred lt

V been destroyed by agitation, in the only I speech and explained his plan and who those who, profess to. represent and.act under StatCj an existing State, independent of yours and candidly, on this solemn occasicif, '
were fully capable to justice to the bide they the authority of the Executivehave advised ,before you can admit it. When you
way it.can be, by snapping asunder and wea- In doing ,so, have been.governed If.
support, have replied to him.The aided and the terminated give your permission to the inhabitants of a )
kening the cords which biud it together.If encouraged movmen ,whc the motives which havegoverned me a
of the Administration cannot in what Territory to form a Constitution and State,
plan save' forming, they
the agitation on the same force cle C
with increased goes intensity, as has been, the Union, because can have no effect whatever tution'and a State. Gener ,:who professed the, Constitution and State they form, derive ''all'the, stages of the agitation of ,apt;

shown, will finally l snap every cord,,when noth- towards satisfying the States composingthe to act as civil Governor, cled'the Con their' from the. people, and not from : Slavery 'question, since'its cor m /
ing will be left to hold the States together ex Southern section of, the Union, that they ventiondeterine on the ad i' ri-, you/t The State before admitted is,.actuallyaState ment. 1 have exerted myself, dora,

.cept.force. But, surely, that.can, with no propriety i! can consistently with safety and honor, remainin delegat appointed .time and and doe not become so by the act of admission the whole period, to arrest it with tk Y'c
the Union., It is in fact but a modification of place of ,during the as would ,be the case with California, ,
., A of language, be called a Union when the it present r"Uy
.only means by which the weaker is held connec1 the Wilmot Proviso. It proposes to effect' the session, an4 gave its proceedings his' approbation should you admit her,contrary,to coDt utio intention of saving the Union,ifjt' ,

:1 ted with the stronger portion is force. It may, some object-to exclude the, South from all ter and saction. If he acted without authority provisions established, usage be done ; and if it could not, ;to !.
I| indeed keep them connected; but the connection ritoryacquired by the Mexican treaty. It is he ought to have been tried, or at least reprimanded -; The Senators on the other'side.of tha Chamber the section where it has pleased ,P'a ,
I well known that the South is united against the and Neither having must permit meto, make a few. in
I will partake much more of the character diAvowe ; remk dence to cast my lot, and which I '
Wilmot Proviso and has committed itself been done the is that his this connection particularly
; .subjugation on the part of the weaker to the by p course
I I stronger, than, the union of the free, independent solemn resolutions, to resist, should it be adop. has been approved. .This, of itself, is s mciet with! the exception of,a,few Senators from the cerely believe, has justice and' the Co* .

f. and sovereign States,ia one federal Union, ted Its opposition is not to the name, but to' to identify the Executive. with his acts, .to South,sitting on that side tJ the "Chamber.., stituion'oh.its. side. Having /aithfarly )

.1 MS they stood in the early stages,of the Government that which proposes to effect. Thatthe, South- make Him'respdnslble for them. I touch not the ,WhenhOregon,question wag before this body dune my,duty, to the_best of my ij -

V and which only is worthy of the sacred era States hold,to ,be unconstitutional unjust, question,whether General Riley a appointed; not two years since' -"yost took (if I'"Itake not ity, :both(to the, Union'and my ,sects"
jname of Union.Ill inconsistent.with their equality as, members or received the instrllctiod under//,which he universally: the 1nd''that. Congress had the'sole M
this 1 shall
V V the common,Union,;and calculated" to destroy, professed t act, present Executive, or and absolute .legislating for'the agitation,. '
V Having now-Senators, explained what' it is irretrievably the equilibrium between the two his predecessor.', Iffrom tbev,former, itwonidimplicate :Territories. How then canyon now, after the the consolation, let what' will comet I
;that endangers the Union' and traced it to its se tions. These objections equally apply to the preceeding as well as the presentAdministration. the :short,l tervi which, haD.8t 1 am free fromaliresponsibility. '
and its nature and character 1i
cause, explained what for brevity, I will call the Executive Pro- If not, the responsibility rests i don the h you ( 1 ,
I the How the Union -
again recurs:
question can
viso.: There is no difference between It-and on the virtually admit power of legislating, .
exclusively present; V tat'e DUtrici ,(nrt at the Called !La. ,
i be saved 1 To this I answer there is but one Q instead of ," I. u
the Wilmot, except ,in the. mode of ,effecting 'is statement, that the being (in, the inhabitants : : "
mnife th
; way by which it can be, and that is, by adopting I the.TcrritoriesJ, How V !NOXTHEBN flSTJUcf ,6)') rLa&w4. :)t: VV
\ ', the object, and in that respect I must.say, that : Department ha undertaken.to;. perform JJ can you justifyan&sanction i '
such will the States is !that anlt
: V measures as satisfy the latter is much the least objectionable. It acts preparatory ,to the meeting:of the individuals : .byyour votes,.theTacts of the' Executive :"JVTOTICE hereby given purs '
:: belonging to the Southern section that tbey can toils object, openly, boldlyand.distinctly. to form their.so-called Constitution,; ,'. which; inTdirect- .'derogation: > to,.V 11M,order, ,of the Hon.Isaac H.Btisi ,I- _
r remain in the Union consistently with their ; ,of said Court the Term ieqti1by
what youitXen'cQntended-forf iBut to. April thereof
It claims for Congress unlimited power over the andtGovernmeut which,ippertain exclusively:; 'ajk,
::l' : honor and their safety. There is, again. ,only Territories and, toassert, it over the to Congress pro ch still hearer to,the present:time,.how can : ,law.to be held on the first Monday of.wiU'be }
proposes '
,: t V .one way. by which that can be effected this and that' Territories acquired,frcm Mexico, by a positive ny 'respects, ,.Qdee theJ'areldenticin J.,by. you,.after condemning,:little.:more than ajear adjourned:. ; to the. '3d 'Moxiday. 't'((1 lLaApi1ll8O t. '
is removing causes by which belief t' VLij'I t
\r t. by prohibition} i slivery., Not so .the Executive Congresswhen it gives permission 1 aTern-; ain th'egrounds taken bythe; )party which, t
f has-been1 produced. Do that, and discontentwill i .visa It takes au indirect: course",'and in order Wry,to form a.Constitution and Governmentinorder you defeated.a$,,thelastelection. t ,_ wheel'r und.an I: ; JOHIT. MyRIQKVMaIbA' :
cease, harmony aad kind feelings between to'e1tid 'the Wilmot, Proviso,".and thereby to.be admitted as'a State,into the Union. support by your.votes the grUW:;.whichas :' Per G.L Znsa&uzDuputyIarch&"
,U -thfrsectlon* bel.restQl'edc and every apprehension avoided encountering the united and deysrrnined Having now shown that the assumption upon explained receOtIyont1i1afioo /by'the;:,candidate ',I, St. AugistWeU2V18O, mu'1.

I S of danger to the Union he removed.< ,The resistance,the South, it ,denies, by impli- which'the Executive and the individuals Cal. ,of the party_in the last election, are ideatical -' 111 .! 'V !" ." ,.,1WoU. e.' _-,- ', :
question, then I undertake; is r by what answer can this! be done cath ,the authority,Congress Ole.giaJate for ifornia; acted throughout j this, But before to uestion 1. .
tkie4 the Territories, and claims the right as belong unfounded unconstitutional, and dangerous; ted in r reference, ,. { I i :' eerEE mIiand"JIIM'
V '; .saved.1 propose to show by- what the Union caunotie jug exclusively to thd inhabitants of the Terri remains to make'a:'few* remarksinorder.;! ; to understand, by,all this! ,Muit we'iMnclude.thatthere \ ..since the'end ofT iWil;l h rebfP''

I tories.; But toeffect the;.object of excluding show-thatwht; : has,been don is ,cohtrary\to, 'is no sipcerity nq'faiiht ::tice that I shall,notbewsponsiblajforas! 0 :

:, *: :It cannot, then, be saved by eulogiM en" the the South J it Il ere" ,in 'he mean time,> o t'l the'entire practice,of tbeGoyernthntJrQiwitiCOmmencemnentto ) declarations of pub Jio men, and \iim ,she mayconact,.,fcn&aU perso&tVare'
: ::Union, however,splenilid',or;numerous ,The letting in emigrants'feebly, from: the NorthernStates i thei present time;; 5. f r>;. :;' acting or hollow:p9fes4cnOr ;not to trust her on my. .account.> VI
f : crof1: w Union,' .Jnionthi'glojousUnioj: J." and all other,quarters, ,>excftpt from,the': ''From Itacommenoemui4'untIl j ithe.tim.ettiatMichigan'was elude ththe".- exclusion of the : de; J .-- : ,:JOSEPH SAr4,

I V canno,more prevent ,onth"nI_ :the, cry of South which it, takes; 'P'OJal"care"to exclude' J'admitted,theVpractke was uni" T, aJ"cff'r UWTI- ; l; t l!!,? d'F! r ;., ',
; t "ffealtbhealti-lori health. lu onV .the'partof ,bofdLupt.O: them jthedanger,.of, aYingl 'i;,Terrltoria1'GQTrneDtwejll$ or-;1 II P mount' 'a > w ,
, \ the physician,, ciwi,save a patient:lying dangerously their slaves liberated under the Mexican-laws. : for iby Congress. : nenrpt.t ei: tbatightJuat1p; "",".Constintin, ._ ,: and: Cos1c7it "e-;; : .,, '.. 1 A..Ia&r1aIl'W' & j1'

t ill. So'ioojj as the ,Union; instead, ofbeing'egarded.as The necessarv;.nseauerice,:iaito.exclude, the: United States appojntedtbeGpTernbra, Jadg s 1 all-** t : V jjretector, is.,regarded.i in' South from the Territory,just'as--effectually' Secretaries,fUlirsbaIs,-and ether,_ooezs.'and.thInhabitauta .1 ? te*'- **',V t- ; .l count taut Tduehers to the Hon.
" : ( the'opposite character,'.y'I ranch:lew than I, wpuld'.the WiltnbtPzwisi' ';:Theonly.differencein ': of the!T errepresen,1 U9tHI /; wyj: !b9i.aske1ist. t l ta 1 Loe4on11th ,- ',.Probate- UD .J '\ \ 1',
majority,of.the States it,will, befri Vain'f 6 lit- not joe a4niIttedV1--; au44sJ U1iL ft the'uher)4
thIixespectfstbatwhatoneprposea .to ef..' tedVlegislative.bodies, whose:acta were,subject r CalLfoniajbOuId! ; b. ';
tempt to ConciUatelheni by':lrQnouncjugxeulo. feet directly and openly,' he other, proposes to to*the revisionsVof Congress Jii ,: oipf j I answer,remand. her i,back. tOtJ1e. .TeXtitOrI4: ;,traUoh V 16fiid, ,ettatijof John- "Kffi" ',1 nd V r: ,,
gie5onuiV V ; effect {hdirectl7 and.covertly fy ? things:continued until the'government'of a ler-'I co dj )a' )'I' jienthe cast pfeBe '1e-4 oX U.QGQt1'., V V,. V .V :._,'t V 'r4Jsksonv1le ";-

V '..Besides,\this cry, f Union I (cornea commonly : :But.the Executive Proviso is mare objectionsble / ritory:" applied,to*,_Congress,to, ,permit:its inhabitants ., lathe. 'e.inly :.. ,'Jt tbeGoT: rment:,;,;, nhd' -! :".. 4..n.v. f .i;;"t..IlARY'E.*...- <- .. SA .
t i from those whom: ,we- nnotbefe'! .:.to be sincere :than the,Wilraotj;'in another, ,and i more Ira to:form a constitution RndGonrnentj; gress,<,jnher :< ih1iha
,1 I V j! V u' :?'> Jtosualljr :,coiacslromoar asSaiJ3nts'7I tf pofontj>arUcfllaR, The, -.l4L.teM to effect its I 'preparatory JtoJa-tinissidn.into i Gover_ ; .t' >!, > t, e.1 ,. f-W '" V 't". : I r eb .-.tI".18M.l... ;", ;.L;_ ,


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I IJACKSORVILLB. l'J& ,. "'.J1t'i. : 'It". ;
: jJ mea" baecn.deiggaadniioah.ing arid'will ttekle there:until'the ittficmeaV ) ?U" d ::01TT. .::I r.i } .- ':. .... ...-l.If ,.!.t\ "." .'f' ".
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a t, >t '* : KAIoNBY: .TEiflco :
: sinuate does exist,in Ameri-i Irtlk : '
not every Retoraa his thanks to Ji fticOds r ,
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call.eaB" peeckAt .' ifew e)8g... with:his"unique'1 ':and mas.terly -' c&n'boftomwill"' 'beconverteu'J >into". JJi_. ludif-. .;. Ton hefcaTecriTed a l1
| nenif'i'cri.ia- ?in the tmtal'1-of pcrformancss. He:;executes;,.:so 0: 'ference and,h atility.:-J The.,South', iperot m.thts ci\11n 183&,toSlforil&tUte. :to his 'D71II1l t WY&m Ai.1&1Wib'ee k .... : : ''c_' t: .

an'country, aTenerable statesman, : many:be& tifal.:'and: highly:interesfrng ; '.to;.;bo' ruled'bytMtiiU v"; --> ..,".N.'.< ,Or/etm---ftja; &aa friends:itt,and Tidaity jthe and public, flie; >mera arrouncfebg% -f Sataaaah country, _.lxt$ie CcfalltrotJl fa 6faSl&&e:1_ j

feats 'theft to particularize would be invidious. .u" ,ihat Jnring his Ute tMt t .Loafloa aad,_ 8'.1..U".P80N, saI'Uig
service and bowed j jwn -: no fS !.i' ,1..1J.>" a.j'i t&JI itO ihOti'WU .
in its : d7 BI T."'1Ib'b 4i7
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a racqu .
wn gray S :i f < '
He ::far .eicels ; ';! a; \,"t .
makes a last tjffort to : certainly any 'SAWMIIJ jebunectedirith v j ; dad'tti .!M j
by disease, A ;$BW' : \1 .':fi 14t of ,. tber,' t .W fotIeit -

It 'Crom Violent d sruptioD.erer .-' performer that'we have- ,ever n.witnessed.- J The St. Louis 'Republics )gsffi 1 t4 'DYING, .t FRENCH' .CLfiANIKG. d f '.tid f1DIU.Y IH' .;'
eJel'1'e in "Diablerie," &c."wllile to* efforts in"Ventriloquism" ;<* x" "' hrhieh;he trusts.will casbh him ttr gire amt be t'b. 'Mi'as1
and ( :. .
occasion greater, of and --: I
wtts following account a;new-* ttbp satisfaction to arH who aay IeasetofsorbIawith'tbeWnage.w / ,frorn.3a11aad lea flCmJUltlce '\ :
CjJ.IIevN'Shown himself mustetcitethC"'Rj.S ttierftie $: : .;< t, TnuBt j
has Mr. .:; ;
vet '? '_ woolea fthe :=
.L aad
upturn t&e-gremto,end(drive Indies' silk Dresses, Shawla, &ft i
eater in meeting its'eXIgencIes. from ; "We,yesterday whnes.a theoperattrra > 1tc. clejcaedaa cdyed 'twdtmi,colon, so;.sa to. ,'i11, iD Ytttoft 'T y thefcws'of SWedo: -

Like all eader' Mr. CILHOUN is not dull care the wrinkled brow. "?"" *.*of, ,**the_ v f a small,_ saw mill,' 'Ceostructednpon gif good satisfactiaa., :-,.",.> .sM\' ..J*. & .inww: ..hereby off*.OtteHnndffci. bflthwidelie ..',..., \
of the interests gravest aspect. Had the "Fakir" done % new cftd,regular.principre--that Table Coters.cleaned or dyed as 'may be:te> 'th a ftSIdt1'o a1'k: -:catt'Iia-- -- :'

the Representative 1".f. ,.. t.. eaerlhhal= .
nly qu1rc&ts c 't < "
f honest and fearless men, but also of such things in' the_ darker ages of the 1f-prop1tlsicm. T&e i en''r ..Mr t' .(Sendemen's'"garments- .re&dtatefl.theeaae: lIt4 -&ia AbDet. YhoJ&pstti Is'aotxt&' J

indecisive and some that world, superstition would have fettered, Amos Jackson vCPnttomtfnaie county. good style as formerly,so is not to.be sarpain- Ot''lIffalio about*feet J9', .
-me that are Iowa. This mill is built in,sffdb'a'manner _l by any done at the North,.-or dyed"as maV'beTeqmred. 'inebs ft beihVsre.'boi1&, p fdee -,
[ cowardly and treacherous. The ana the auto de'fe" have secured hima nato derive_ its.entire ri JJjffg9 w- trithoktftaiftiig4&eki&. ci','sothnghe :C :. t
victim its cruel rites and Hen: -r- / .; 4Wf; ; \ .
to horrid
Lest and fearless men of the South er from,the:.weight i _of jlre.log'to *, be : O. t J"h; ;
dadies! 'Bq & ,.:_and f Testimony wlrawoH :ij e
long entertained the ojwnions aduiced butcheries. As it is we conclude him:a .1&We4 ,which he accomplishes in Cbe pressed in a n 4Ladies' \ .. ;\. "'. m laUd aDd the m
ave following manner. The ordinnry"aYS.upon : and Gentlemen's';Kid Glorts cleaned ((1Lr.the'State.
btt 11b
trump in his line, and heartily wish ddi. _'Qaa. #.. .
by him. which'' carriage travels are"fixed after the'most. approired London,fashJori.t :i' ; JQitaariJL'n\oso. -4 .
Southern slavehol.ers him success wherever he goes. : ( Terznsmoderste!' ,,* W"*r j'i.Y : .' _..tflOMAS
There are many upon hearings, that enter into the ? J : aowlt! .
We understand that it is his inten- N.:B-Orders from FloricU South: 'cuand tidr. JFt,iJ&.
while honest are indecisive. frame the ends are .d 4 .
who ; oposite pro "
:'the interior, of. :Georgia.,Will be faithfully B7tbbP5fliCa.Atf55t. :, .4. :
tion leaving this place to visit St. with large of cogwheel wor '' :.It.w. a.4'VWII '..' .
hey entertain a passionate love for upon segments an.d.p nct.11.atteD to. 1'_ : n.. ," q Xi1l '. '
king :&to a series of vbg-wheets and pinions : f :a e: '" 1 1

(he Onion, and would suffer amputation Augustine. ; thus< it will be see*:..that, tvheh.f Shellff ',:Sale.;; ,:Benton. '. .OTh. : '...... .-.... :i,: ,". !.,. :, i :::l.. +

ther than witness its dissolution. At Spirit of the Southern Frees the log is pushed Onward the saw,.its j I SHALL expose for'sale in irrtat-of the Conrt WBOWLING;JiH AnAHFiI 't. I

[he same time should an actual'attack weight i' brought to act with great Hduse door -Beaton cut,; 'Ofl-theftst' -- J o, .

made tlpbn their slave property, they NOKTH CAROLINA.-Gen. Taylor and force through the .. cgm nts upon: .ashaft sale Monday die following in April 'property next, :within,.to'wit'legal. "Ttro'hoars tiun-of ALL: ;!r"t BLI.tARD' 'i; I

9tt1d ttlCl'ice all "
of their reckoning when they talk to increase the speed su&cieiitiy. the:East'%of the North West J :of Section 17. ,
arrived when
omen! has now they of preserving the Union fey falOeIt for driving the crank sh ft.Vhen we and North Baso: [ Section 18, Township 22 TIHB'SUBSCRIBER haajust opened 'on Bit .'. ),' I

aust stile the real danger in the face, was not made fey force, .n<4 it can beheld I consider that the weight 'of eaw' logs is South, Range 19 East the property 'of awlesKDRelt.to &,North tide, one door.from, 'ti'" I

Ind answer the question they would together only by the principles of commonly sis t'l-eigfet thousand' poundswe Circaik'Coiart, satisfy of MadiSOri.c one Fi..Fa.unty issoed; M."Fvfn from the''faTor corner BOWLING Lrantr ALLEY street_d '*a USfAUBAN'11:1

void,-whether they would yield in ab. justice, compromise and u common af may judge of ihe wnmense propelling of William Ware, this 18tfc Feb. 1850. The establisnmentbn been tted.IIp'entire--.'

submission from their Jove for the fection. Nullification, and Secessionare power' thus obtained iirleed die .".. I N, 1L MOODY, De",'and[is'epe&.for the reception'&lit .
led very different results. A State or fear is that means will have to be 'used Shentf, Benton Co." the vonai hours. ': .1' :.- >,;. ; ;

Jnion. Such men may find unpalatea- States have the right to -secede, and to check and regulate the velocity l of -March2&I'8O._" &- . ,. tdsSheriff's ..I. "He.. 'H., ;j

e the 'facts stated by Mr. CALHOUN there is fiG power in the Federal Government the descending mass. 'as the segment .Sale, Benton CD';,. Fla. ..HAStieenfapplJed'Srith tS 'I':I iii t. ''. I

lut cannot deny them. They the creature*nd agent of the describes its area If the p.tinciplewhen every palate
they I SHALL expose'for sale.in.front. of the CourtHouse be prepared de tL Tne' tffileades,.ot'" !
ill be wresistably impelled to one States, to reduce them to subjection. A carried out,.. answers anything door-f Ben ton'. cxjanty, on the first ,the season willed stall tiesaupp1Iid.tjy ." :\

I I sovereign State cannot commit treason. I like as well! as trie one we have witnessed Monday in April next'with in*the ;;Jig tters. Partridges,Venison.Steaks,'&.served at : I

)oint. ; Even if dissolution should take place .e cannot see what use there can be of sale the' following property];to Wit,: One hundred !hours, and on the shortest notice '. ,
and stxty'acres'Of Land xcfore less .< k.
There are many traitors to Southern we have no fears of invasion from the for steam water or 'ay other power' the North'W Section' or being Th. Bltlianl is".. ji
3 O( 23 Township
iterests and institutions, politicians, North-.Mr. Bissell, Illinois, and Mr. than that used by Mr. Jackson for Bane 18, the property'of Michael Shoolts 2''j; 'U., T.iASbeen.Izapotej: iipressly for the.Hoeat.. i

Iffice holders and hunters, and 41 few Thaddeus Stevens and Horace Mann to saw milling. An important part of satisfy two'Fk Fas.. issued,'tram Justice tics wiLtlair 111 and of ** B108t- MauUru1 aaaan9i" q. ;;:
India :
'faTon&f'Thomas P. -1'I1bb.. .cuahiont, _
the contrary notwithstanding. The j the invention consists a new form of ofHillsborongh county m 'r \ '
arty presses, who will feel exceeding eM Kennedy served '..byro'hn' B Constable; ; ft..I tiPl_;''BM to,. I
advanced Yeakeesare as brave as any people under saw wheieby fcettfag dispensed orB_ Benton county, and rettmred to m&loT tale, A RE alsajost from fike w ZbDau'and '. !
the doctrines
ly at i
aggrieved the but it is habit of with. The toothed of Mr Jack every' :
sun, theirs to edge this 18tft'Feb. I9& !, .rL_, tonvenience for .IM entAaimtU':IUtl .. .
jn this speech. Such men foresee an count the costs and chances of war.. son's-saw is made thick,-and diminishes N. M.: MOODY, COmfort of gnesta lots been] .-- -'-: ;

Infringement upon their salaries or diminution What could they gain by invading us t to the back, thus leaving all friction put Sheriff. ,' Benton Co ... I CAUjitiJe:tbe .tJHJc to call '&I ::

of their political importance.- Suppose they were to raise an army of of the que tion, and saving:the setting. I March* -2d, t8 O.; -tds this&tabUt1rmeD&.aasuri1Jg1tJiem.tJwI gin, t -

.u one hundred thousand men, how many The price of these mills, we are inform spare no effort totjonflnboteto thou reereatieo,.
heir selfishness will be the touchstone Sheriff's Sale Benton Co. Fla J :
,. GEORGE 8KIlF.11 ,'.
of them would ever pass across Virginia ed, will be light, compared with nthers, Jacksonville .

to detect such men. / Every plain in that gallant State and they can-be' ttached to wheels for BY the virtue Circuit of a Court writ ofFiri Benton Facias. and issued to out directed of .. : ,February- 16 1849. !Jy '*-. t'. .

But'in' the hearts of the great mass of would give them'graves, every defile travelling through the country. I have Levied'upon and shall expose me for. General Orders ; f";'

Southern men the words of Mr. CAL- weuldreceive their dead in heaps ; and sale in front. of the Court House door of Benton EXCUTIYE:PEPAK IJlT, .. r" ;'.:.< -

DUN will ink like burning truths ut- from every height, every corner, and MARINE. INTELLiGENCEPORT ; County within, legal hours of sale on the first 'TI 'F ." l,1850V '
every ambush would they be picked oil r --. Monday in !April ext the following property, I 8T.'election is fcereby rfer i to be lield ia.
eredfey the mouth of one who has bat the ride. No OF JACKSONVILLE, MARCH16. I towitc One umidred sndfty acres of land .Z3tbe8econd Diviste of the Florida MiOv'tw
by unerring power i more er less fceingtfae East%of South Cant% cfli'tlietrst Moaaay 4
:w April next at thFebruary .
ittle more tolive for in this world.- : .
which the North could master, if even ENTERED '. Section 24,'Temahip 21,Range 19;and 'West _a ned b wfct theecto ofCau.>

They will s&e'\\'illa melancholy that a'reat i, led on by Zachary Taylor with Colonel March 5tk-SeL Philana J Sooth West 1 Section 19,TownsJ p21. ti OfIcersjfor: a 3Wdt 'GeaerilJ'to, miid'.t...
Saumiers N. Y:
crisis has arrived when they mustiecide Bissell to aid him could subdue millions 10thSch. Range 2d ;iabd.one.quarter Section. ef land being said Division to fill tt&e Vscaocy oCcaaioncd.. _by. .
West of Nortk Wcst't the
Cyprus. M ): ;of Sectioa 29-, resignation oefaenetatleae'Cut
for ever whether to submit oresist. of brave men fighting on their CLEARED and.East % of NerthiEast 3 of Section 30, Offier3cmandngp&,3egjeg: .

own soil in defence of their social and u "' Township 21, Range 20, the property of lames Va.PilKAWo ,.rm d Companie 1"U\1D Ihe. limhi
It is difficult matter to rea- 15th.-Scb. Philana, launders,N. t.YENTIULOQUIM ::1 .
political rights, and for the preserva. Haymam Jeremiah M.Hayman to satisfy a as laid Division, are hereby tene&"ti'carry: :

ize this fact but the necessity im- Hon and security eighteen hundred : FL Pa..it iiTor James L.Toe,this 18tk Feb. into. elect.this order: .withia 'the fr:respective 'j
HClRVtCK& 4BT. 1850. N. M. MOCDY; commands,and make returns ecco r4&a Jaw.
jeratire. millions worth of slave property. The I 00I to 1
I Skeril'f Benton County. It ie also e ordered hat those
pewwnwfee .
.As concessions are all r to come Yankees know this. They may Muss JBIm JrAEJ1l"(r JIVAJ March 2, 18M.. ;w -.a tds t i as Inspectors of life'- tio 'h ._

ter and threaten but that will be all, ber :
from the South Mr. CALHOUN jaltias, /or tonnty and Mitay 3&
proposesno JVertA Carolina Stanford.GEORGIA. VENTRILOQUIST Sh riff's Sale. : : also act. inspef tie elecabo!. ."_
rompromibe. Our rights are defined, MAt;!!, ltue'of i'wtofF'iri- Facias tr issued crm" deredJSf \ : 4

and will be maintained, and it is for the .-The New York Courier Fcr several.years a Pnpil .f the.HindooBrakmint BY.the Circuit i Conrt,;of AUchua cou.tyI : holding s.-It the. elections'shall fee the duty "f fte pmcnj' :
hAnle'led'upon'and will for sale before 1 int&e vstfrax Compant
North to offer propositions h 'is objected and Enquirer talks editorially with great 'and Priests, the.Court House door,Benton expose county, on the Mstriets' ,.to.<" tea days-aettee.thereot ."

he glibnes of Southern traitors, and insolently first in three of t e most public pieces in said \1
that gives no hope, no prospect Will give HUB representations at Jack8 .legal THOMAS DistzietJ> .
threatens the SHth with the armies hours of sale, the fellemngnamed: proBertj, to BROWN, : 1. ,1 VIHAGWIFICENT I
for the preservation of the Union. and navies of the Federal Government .' dA79 FrIday ae SoinrdajV wit;;"The E.3of 8.'B. of 8:35and; .., the W. 'GftCTAO'ad .ItIaCMtI"i. '

On: the contrary he has pointed out the if any attempt at secession is Tie litfa, I5tb, noil l"tk Marck %.bf tke 8. W.3:( of' :S. 36,_ levied upoa'',as the __: i,. C,.1850." 4 -" I .' .i.8s' ,..- .:.. ':r .".,'.
property of James M. Bates, to..satisfy,aa Exe-
wily ray of hope the only means of made. Doors opea at 7 V lock. J -,See:Bills. tlOQ.I"f&vor.etStephen.Fagan.. ., .IiOTTEBT'';: ,

happy alliance for the future and that Ttiere is but one wocd to be said in March 14, 1850. it. .':.. dMOODY: '. \ :. ,.i

the reply to all this bullying and insulting 'Sheriff.Beaton Co .. .... .'_.Pfta tIC. 'j ; .1
E by majority securing equal rights -. '; .k Y "' '- I. -" .. .. !
bravado. The Federal Governmentcannot N tlce. : Mawh2d." IBSp c.t: ; ,__;. _'f on "Ill !jtds_!' .. '.I. :I C : .,

tad justice to the minority. If this is be held together by force.- SIX weefcg after date, tfcali apply te the. .; Sherifi's,Sale., .' 4AnI- 250 prizes $2,000. T. '. .
ropracticable ef what value is the Hon. Perry Gt.::Wall,J.4ge of,it Probate '7" ; 'Y.: S
When affairs come to that pass that its Court in aad for T Tirtae of five writs of Firi Faciia Issued VIRGINIA:STATE EOTTEBT
theOysfBentoifcrr1et.ters B
Union.: only salvation is "by the grace of God of Administrate en the Estate of Hardi $'.CTOB ike Justice.Court of ton.eomitj,' For'tko benefit of MonoagaKa Academy,
It is objected that Mr. CALHOUN proposes and gunpowder it is already'dissol man f. HarreU,lat' efUentea,c uat1* deC se4. I wflIupefor'saIe befqthe1 Court oosa Cteajy for &.. -
ved. There i is not physical in NANCY. P.HAhRELL door, inBenten County'.onihe-irst Monday To fee drab jrt Alexandria 'Vi i
power on Sainrdayw
amendment of within ,
an the Constitution April next the legal,hours,.ot.aale the i
IlarCh :
the whole of the remaining States of the 1.. April. Ci 1850, ;under tteisnr- ..ft '!
while the South has never claimed. following named property tCviednponb Th: '1ftICOofOcnemisioa"etI., ;.,. ....
Union to conquer us, if the South, or "' B. Jscksonf't/bnstable of Benton county,as.the .f

more than its strict observance. Majorities -' any considerable portion of it, withdraw Notice.AuJGAToay I property of.John,W. Riggs, tp satisfy'adry.ExecnUos .., '_ 11-.('., .'i-ij'. y .n_'. ..' :)'' .. :.

have a way of construing that from the Union The President is I COLOMBIA Col, FLJS.J l in ta1'or'orThollIlP' : ead,;and. o Mnter. 1otteJ'1-*-13.&'tdota.'*y-., fI .
'' : March 9th, 1850. Wn;8.Bre'w. r.t ith-"N.W... ; tL'Qt,8.'i.T! ; .,. .. *
I instrument to suit themselves, and the mistaken if he supposes that be .can : ',L 1, .*&e 1-- .: .R: t: t. 't'j -' .t 'N'iM.'A100DI';- r 'sPtvtDID:scBlkI. "- 1 :: i*
in the South a Corftoral's SIX'weeka afte.de. tindersfgned;vin tIitf I1Jr : ; l mp1ceiita1talof U
even :
muster ntMh2I85O It
ffects are BOW visible in the denial of to the HsIudge1ofProbate1 ; i'l '. .Sherriff/Benton- 'l. : ...' .., I' "1t : ,
guard,to carry but his threats. A very i for letters ef admiulstratitici the Estate ,. i. --,... .I .f ." IspleBdidprize'. .- ., ::,
-i. "" 4- ':- r)4 -';' ( T-- : st'v'rSSJ' '
the right f the South to aa equal c .. : v" > : :. .
will be sufficient ;
participation of
small hemp Fisher Oasldns late of said .
qiantity ConntfdecdHEZEKIAI i.'ti ,1"cJ'8Ie'.Be-ani'.p. : 'I.i t v oI r. fc.i. i -. 'v"- 'j ".VJ '
I: in the newly acquired territory. to hang all such traitors"'ataon gus *.w* '!'tJl'08.&iY1\ I .? ''"'&m d tDoD t' *3aV-St.. tJe.*' "." ': .- d 't W .,

We do not apprehend that Mr. if there be any 'such, who would I -.March 1630. .-v. '" ,,*' ,...,'f'1 't').. ::t ,I.!"f''ITor'ta'o appreheiasloh'and' 'dolitery'to I. ... .,. ;.ug'..:.?. ."-.":-'tf:'. ; -.. .,:_-...; i _.-.i= liSSov I..M
, hands their ,. -'. m eorn7 SUSAN vhoranaway'fironi 3& 'uu ; : ft "
CALHOUN more than rise parricidal against own. : tl "'wt t negro womany : VIV
proposes to give native South. Constitution N flice.: i.; ;:1 J !{ J 11 'i1."; 1 the'honseof Mr.JohnA. .9. 1-. ., **',At* 410'pOst., ,r 3.nimbrrirk. ) ,2,000 "
-dugusta .
:greater explicitness to some of its provisions SIX weeks.after, I/shallapply: r
I being well ratisfied that it alist. : Judgeof; Probate,:ofHiIhboroagiiCOOntv. : yellow compfexiwii tall and stout and about for 4'1"<,::a ,,; -' "L. ."i. taee I
I ; .j i for letters of Administration n n the.xa-: ty.fisiyears t. rha1"'ftUCo to believe 65' de.. VJt A 'I. -. 200

should be understood as it was inten- LOUISIANA.-The. North 'and'West' taUTof George;SJ.Payne,late of said O 1' she is lurking in.the vicinity of.Jacksonville 65',*: t : tt" .1. ,:10 ... ..... 160 V
ded.' than the ,South,, _. deed. ; : ", ;'fv : i JORND4RUNG.';.'; .t"f' N1,1 '- -" ElJZABETHt.Z.lAT.TLr { .'C,SJO o. t. w.r 10" ," '-Aft QV i.
are stronger They Tampa,Fla, aarlC 50. -_;: tr: r 'ji. k I Y n eb' "00. 'tqJ.i.: 't.,. ',. :; fj 27O4Gdo: > 'r >- b ,.-' ..C"
have Representatives' moreelctoral ,. .,. -t '"f "-r't .r "
Partizans may object that all partiesat more ." i- I.- I. i j "r"-:: "I?"' T Tickets 540-Halves i$2e-Quarter 110Ei .

, the North are represented to be.inimical votes, than ihe' South. It"may' J wNotI. e7, 'Jj.1'k{ I-.teil' *- .ftfJil., QK\. Qtic&V&' ,.l,?**" f. JriceofcCtU5cates.': : 1'! .J. fT

.be 'safer to threaten the' latter. ,.and.on, : sfterdateshafl I ,'-v :! wsrT?'r't M {ON|Saturday-the day ttext March Twill '- : zgjin thsAbagn1IcintScbeeoUoirit ; .

to the institution of Slavery.' that very account we do not,f',we'cannot S'IXm, t snd'vbuchers to:the present Hon/Jndge my J ao of 1 : : sell at the(.Court lioow in this Connty -1-:4 f IJ!
However unplea antthis is now too glaring believe, that such, language; ever Probate- for Duyal County:for final; BetUement,' as the'Uws dir cta,'Two Hundred and Scr- ,''t- 'A)ccrtifiaUe'fop of"25' 1r1tt( p; ,
and :Ad D1n trii* : : of land'ihe rieaindter of. tta RealEs'te' -'i 1icket '1- '. ;.' :i."Jo: t1etH
Nor dfscnJarga'as of D. i
a fact to be denied. Politicians. .in variably proceeded' (rom'eu.' Taylor.! dec ,, SARAH 1FERBia3 Ferris. of"tbe would such 'language be.:becomi gin 'sold 't : ,the" debta'of said.Estate,. 'Terms '/- 'Do1 '.'ft J ii126o ,
bend the cod -cb n 'rtUJ' r uaij1 ; pay ; 26quafl !
to popular feeling, ;; Oltit: : '
any, Executive: of h.i.j-,Union i /T6e; ,- ,.. ," \. ""'I ha1t. bi 1Tt1tOi credit;' -The -' D&S : -0' i6htk4I'f f

the events of the last year prove that; it President,no:Autocrat-Valicg'?by divineiight ." Jand' t ted aear this;;town" ,:and bern.as "A ite'a pac'hP ftQlt eiw.
i. not faction that blows this ; with armies and navies and; J''jl f >irt Jif a n B tyson tod PlAttUlioDjTorBJtrly- tl&th hoJ4ertoair'OTet1M4itfUtirttoiy7tractive .
a party or ,'AL'r3'! jb OOUNSELLOB i'LAW' ufrb"l'l.TiIi_.. '-Hart.":: P' : : r ri 1j1h; .'''J'iixdoketJ .'ti'e .
abolition breeze but a whole pebple.r! the p c'puiae' 'atbLscomtna': idi. ';tIt : ; ', '. 't flalt uarter 'aa3;' !
...: ; ,. :i LNGM&X .f pert > .. .ili Sti.AnnrtiiL
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'This have been. and is"a usurpatidn/Jor fbim, ,1'without\ :the H A VI removed hb:office from Colombia :.,cf;:Per .if"D-fBI.UJANlit''DI:1 -1 .. ..' _.l'lo\i.l.--", S -S 4 \
duped ,
people &ay County to Jacksonville Daral. i; .l, 9. ..
:consntO&00DgTe$$, to:declare war, to I., ay n 'leb ,lsn. ; tlc '_.I eI_, '
l respectfully informs j4sfefldatht !'t\c..Uh. ''' .I'W ', m.4 '>. !
ho. '
rvavSD i ; fetf.
-ebaltge-H/u/the.onl/ / l.1 o f B drawai.ftttheUa1t111J
p ,
J .. -; threaten l9 ad9C: \ :even .. foreign Ijwith'him,.ini.tha practice of;Law-fii.> f ;"&ti"t: .il' """: t. "". tJ ''well woi ftberh. '
t" 3 j
the L :
rtv rntich ,more of the ports Tof tsoiereign brother. S"W.j1AUDIHJ.Mo1'f..n.t'.1. i._ 'rk.OTzcEla' ,, b.ersbg1ventoU- atei .lowest pdaebat caabe; ,i... .
AND "THE '.i vxLLB..GoNrTMTIOH ; States tf this.UnioiifrHissimple f .hejftktnwuieryteOftbe .,' P---teA'' .. .w. t r t1 u r.." tak1tIeoo. l Urt.. d;. 1 .
_. resolutioa doty.is.to'see ifcatthyja; fur.1u:; Circuit. Cosry jn ttha.'er..1 aftn- ; iti'h tft t .tu 1m''""'k eU%Le1Dgo J'j..jo.a"'.a.t iIHI0' ( '\ .:u: .. .. .
The: appointing Counties of the.1I ft"'eT'n I ?< >
> .bi : .'t .,.'Thecf orthemtrorliift tosellEs t -ii' 1'3j SN$4I
delegate to'tbe NaehvUle: onventiin,' i they arc passed Coagressare ere- =\ ..BAiiaUto', .1'"i 1"a1= &Ithe $. Ja'Ill' '. .
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'.! cuteiU j If he beyoudthisjhe a JCo ; .7 I'J.\ > et.s; ,
goes .11' .
effectually killed in the Kentucky -..,..".. }" .m.de ':tarJ"oh"t' t'_.. -ft -
Senaf the decisive tyrant and traitor.. .' U}!CoSK 84ngusUae 4 hrY Ji -ho drawing wlllbsseat \ '
e./ni the.S8th.nlt.t by. .t t1 \ tr, ;' _
: AU btss ,
GR4 atrlate4 "
vote of 27 to 9. : Only (oneiwhig:''voted .: We 1&lOklt.1I a: great.error.toIma. : I, J 'l!. ofaaiEstato.-. 'h :1'LJ : oiiW.Mi a!er _. S Si
deroocraw' 'iile: that toe'jpesple of the,i South can: rtceiTopromptfttteDUoo.W.SANDBRSON.< i- 'l .t' '-. 'uu) AG )M4 r JI .::T .' _
ret'jnJY' two againstthem. .
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v :iato an athmecttofa, &r&:4 4 t ,
browbeatea ; : Jacksoavme-fDuval
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She used resaediea
to apply for'amendments.to the Charter of SflTUWThtE OPENED ON 'toiLMethIRouMedfl1e d _
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L L November,.1849.. 't ) ,." 3m 4itioorilrb, fitted'up r.the le 1fjl er md iaIpe'fi.t '-

.. ffli 6databn'v6f yoting Lads'ahd''Misses where' .7" iemr.1\t ot1 iJi( n.. -

,' : -.dPor, ,,u. -:!Siil. ;- .'::4N'.' .w'H .t' .4 p'at.. tuymlPbe! instructed in the Elementary'and' find this h use desirable/It is fcituited facingthe .

I Jl'll w.1 _i:' 'higher brrachesVpf an1*English,' andclass1ca1tiiioiii'd "., sSoatlLl with,4arkiixzaaJ,(.1-1. eetrjlg: $ DL.TQwNsxzD3'.aWAvLLLj3! &

"* > t a ?1 a-* j* j ".' "''''f* ; lyorag meh will;. beetled with court yard in fromt, .and protected-from'northeast ,- I' 0 !speeay'cure; ifor incipient cbniufflp f lulls land'a q sectionjnquantdtj lies College or f or professieaal /in the Latin and winds.._ ,The rooms are eligibly sifiwU f forth ( g'eneral t')c;

; .L; 1nBimmon's\Hammocktat t.wewe.wles.' .Greek'classics; : ) .-dis n e riG th 'l & zicl'ro' cU1e ". 1rmyspr matter. .hethertJuL rtsu.Ii of Lni3ntor *
., Mathematical sciences. ": being new..,T fa.i i/bllt'df Wood,lathed '
Tampa.'." About one half :cleared and i.asbeea ".' ?' is EDI tffl fF$ .; causes, produced By'irregularity, flf tii
< and ow1 n buUt 1
*' 'iSj lJ A&se ie lia. ; I plastered, 1 Jl .a .f.htrV exp tP1"f, result of anrsevyea ell.sbcrpriLcti taecldeJ t *.* &>' ::; tnJt
soilagwarmVlight' ana "
ittVcultivation two Ihe fUJ .
years., > s1y'r r 4' ,
: e
I THE YEAR.will be'divided into four quarters, ? Lat'biU Wl eli. .N9thing4an..bemore surprising,thaat..t.:
;, and of goodjdejpthiani i ( *f about)12':weeks eachj with Intervening.vaca With: thbanysdvaitages: ;combined,*-the; yigorating"effects on'th'e luunanficaae.'lCl
J edtit th.em
m ehes.OP r
; iknown fQritsAarge4yieI! of .S.Ljoo. L present proprietress Mrs. DAVJS. assures those M-.luThoMjrho' U'" ,. ',.... 1 lf f .
.. t iecidedly tions. The day wall have. two sessions; the first ,seen it salutary4 -.r. ects upon others, need no 'OU'IUIWCilA.Uet: a d'IthdefrnrM '
The Water soft the
s aud'jureand; place 'from 9 U'12 M. and the:second. from to 5 ,P. patronizing the-house that her 'f rthe1"e\id titgi4atflble\\ Tb.8I ltta at oncebecmerobust ,
1 h a th1.- Seyeralbtndred other acres : f n" i'f""J; 'l tJ ll n StW1 ,
: M.' Wednesday mornings will be appointed to otho 'n.tI.been. -ne'l'r 1v: tore Jtl' f tsmlKlence. ] C01U1 ,
could be similar the whole being .
t got ajaoent and exercises in English.composition'and declama ., ef elevation.. The .
on,,* plaia moderate EPRO&ITiI
.'. is .oc1. a Uie neighboring, woods and tion. < {tf "I :1J ; St'A <.ft,"' 'OctThO'i849"N "/-i/H .p .Itit failed.h operation-is-!.nbi. simply,to. nspend great cause of; barrenness.r.?,< '-,tt"" ")'I .1ir.
f range '6 After the first term,nc pupil will be received,: gostin; the diseaaeior.a time .) u1 O purify the system4 ,Itwillnotbeexpected./ofps. zncaseijdeUcte '- '
; riarie twhlchla tcrwrequiteextensiye.. With! BAttached to the house is firie Stabling.' )"t f'I ,
4 ;
except:or'near beginning: of.tier session, ; and restore.Wt towMlftnfpeifect health1and / &nature;to exhibit ocxtificatea of(
convenient distance,,on.the public land, ,is,a h tponietboats d'1l'fix\! \,
1 'and tfot less than term. : carriages Yc treatment : rmed. but..we ,
no pupil. one : Ii- small i'l'rt/Zt l U',tb 1Jses( can aMue. xe.afflie
: 'site'OXftr&deflCe, overlooking a scene of sur- turea orexcursiuns' ; oct,27-2w11 : ''- > "
uo : and other diseasesof bun1red3 ofcaseehae eenreportw 14
The.terma ioaadeknown'application : Tnitioa cure offerer and ague :" .
pasing beauty.,. wi1tb :
j' 11 at Kw West Florida to Beading,Writing aad'Arithmeticr$6,00 1\Boot and 'Shoe Store'tJ8B t" bilious climates, maybe had gratis'of iildril t'Towaa'Mw1febefngJjy" 4
t 1 : : ,
; ; tressed ,weakness and
l 1t 0nU51 i' general debiliu ai
studies 8,00 ,dersigned.iisu; th 1! it t
r .J.W.STARIL. ; : Higher English .- ? : UBSCR1BE 1 bi\i \k D'.J.
\ ..Dec.. 1, 1S49. :10' : Philosophical and Classical studies, : -. 10,00 \ m riaetly i- ; Ala. \Aumerous..eertifica1es.. 4'w.n i u {'the' suffering continually\by p J 'md 1f t\t
.. ,
,, ,.. .One half the price of tuition,according to.the ;; i'THE ,h.19 h""ffll.t..yli.t1.Ttt::nl1YI. tE i e gre difficulties'and hancgknowncasesnteni
:" ,JIAGAZINEj advance' ; respectfully ytnf n* efficacy oft1smedicine can'be seeion.app1i- medicine lisa effected great cures j ,aad
t ;. BL A j AND,:.THE _' and the-balance'at the end of each term.' .' !.i. public_ that* X'he.. ; :is.oqw.prepared- .. > .: uotttDR. hearing it recommended for such cases u'ij .
t Reviews. at to.carry on the Boot and btwe .Dusmess iAaiV ) TOttorJEs: & :.J H. described// I obtained a bottle'of your EiL
British Board reasonable ,
;! Quarterly will.beprovidediaTown( its branches. As heObtthfs all his"materials t,.
OWING to the late revolutions and counter- ratfes'per.,month,'for'Pupils from the country directly from-New'York he willibe nbl dtb' ,'!i1Agtc for Ja kiohtille z d'1'Vwinitjik1vil Sarsaparillaand; followed thedirectiosjjgave '

which j' and Parents'and"Guardians, who may desire -' } 49 ,. me. In'a short period rem ved hei_
evolutions among the nations Europe, ; furnish :custom .workat much less price and. \!J 24J; ; :; t: 1l I' nts'.and restored\'herto!; health '
this pla }
have followed each other in such quick succession Institution to avail for themselves the education of the facilities their childrenand of I of far superior quality.than Jias" hither tq:been; : TOWNSEND'S COMPOUND EXTRACT eratelul.for th ,.benefits..she ire; ehed, ]11.j j
and of which"the end is not yet? the leading accessible to his fellowcitizens./ He trusts.that 'in '
thus a"ckn6wledguig'it'aiid
pleasure hie
periodicals'of9r t Britain have become otherS may'be assured that 'no' exertion the patronage which has'atre dy'been!' xten: : SARSAPARILLA.ThisExtrociS'pat.upn'wflrfo. .
mending it to'the'pnblic.' "15 1M.D
< invested with a degree interest kitberte nn.ktiown. .: will.be spared ensure the health, comfort and which'rh 'takes thi&occasioa : -
ded to him and for fs \Xtis
I of all who bed, .MOORE, cor.of,Grand & Lydius.A1bay ', !
They middle ground between progress: knowledge may thanks'willbe'stillcontinued. six times and warranted .
"j occupy to return tissinoere cheaper, pleasanter, superior Lug: 1844./ .-'- oi.TO'IOTHEB8A1VDMABRIED
I the hasty,disjointed\and necessarily.. entrusted to the care of the PrincipaL .; I' : toany! ,'sold., ,It curesdiseases-withptit .< -. '
perfect: :: records of the newspapers,and the elaborate RUFUS K SEWALL, PrincipalN. .Repairing, ; of all.kinds. executed wlt L.neat-. vomiting,purging t sickening i oid, biWatingthepa. J .
c: and ponderous'treatises to be furnished .B. Pupils in Town,' will be expected to, ness, and a.tOh"directI1' opposite'ibe'BIL- tient,andis particularly adapted for a"' This Extractbf Sarsaparilla has beeno' :
I| by the historian at a future day. Whoever. provide seats. and" desks. Chairs are recommen LIABD SALOO)1'.in Bay.Street.1 f' ,' -.. FALLAND' WINTER!MEDICINE.. < prepared in reference to female.ccnpL, it

I I, tr ads these. periodicals obtains a correct and ded. (Republican copy.! .- BENJAMIN G.J: (LLS. The .beauty and-'superiority of this Sarsaparilla No female who has reason to suppose she it'

j connected of all the important political May 191S49.; tf Jacksonville,SeptSth,.1849B ': iQm; I ,over,all,other remedies is, it era- preaching that critical'period; "thetorxiof e

J events,of the -old world,. as they occur,. and JACKSONVILLE, 'HOTEL : ;., ., ,.dicaesdisease. it}jnyig9atcsthe, should neglect take it, as it is a certainventive r
.learns the,Tario1Uconclu.ioD8 drawn from them j jby : ; R ; REID &CO. '"b d cured for of the numerous and'horrft' 'I
; ., consuniption .j. any
... .. ". .'. "- .
'the leating.spiritsoftbeaga.' The Amen 1 H 'cleanse'and stfen'gthenjcohsnmDtion I diseases to 'which females 'are -subject at

f 1 .can Publishers therefore deem it.proper call ; liiHIL MESSRS..Wharf R. B.REID:and the&buildings.CO.'haizigieas attached; can be'eur d. time of life. This Ie ic4nay be,delay Jt

;, -; renewed attention to the works they republish 'THE SUBSCRIBERS having takea a lease are connection *1th 'thilr, bronochitis; consumption,: liver complaint,' 'several -years by- using-this medicine. Nor tiI-: '
; t And the very low prices*twhieh, they are of-'. the Hotel formerly occupied by'Mr. DRY ow"pr"pared''in'GOOD GROCERY. HARDWARE' .colds,coughs,,catarrh, asthma, spit, less valuable 1r'the who are ,approa t.

fered to subscribers. The .following, is .t.ht.t' WOOD, respectfully seiicit a' continuation of AND .MISCELLANEOUS, ESTABLISHMENT ; .. : ting of blooa,soreness. in,the chest, womanhood as it is calculated to assist,Baby 11
! ; :1 ilistvU,, i : i j the: extended patronage 'which has' hitherto '' '.. hectic flushnight: sweats,diffi.jj quickening tile bloo'd and invigorating
been tkis well known. establishment. ** do a,GENERAL '.!J (f. Indeed medicine is invaluable 0
L I THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW, bestowed upon, 'cult or'prof use sipec- system. ,this
t'L ; ,. ., In order the better to merit it they \.t iJ' ? :. Oii i-'. .: toration and pain'' all the diseases to which.women.are subject.It .- ':

TIIEEDINBULtGIIJLEV'Ew, have enlarged. and thoroughly repaired the Their charges' established' : bytheSavanJnah r <.- .il J.. .4 in,the.side. ,&c. t. -- 'braces the whole system, renews pernioentlythe '

i THEi'NQ&TH BRITISH REVIEW, ,building, and adopted many improvements to rates. ,have, and. natural energies-by removing:&\
I 'THE WESTMINSTER i1EV1iV;,"," premote,the health and comfort of their guests. They are the'Agents- of theJ1.S.1Mai: I : i' can'becured. impurities ,ofthe' body-not, so far stimulat '!

The old friends of the. house will ,certainly 'Steamers at this place, and are.-noY'enabled the system as lo produce a subsequent relation .

If Bt.ltC'KW.oQD'S EDIUItGIfl1&GAZh'EiThe deem it an,advantage.that.the table will be under to offereV*Public(ry facility the" Merchant.. .,.Planter, ,, Probably there never was a remedy- that has ,-which is the case of most medicines tal*
and the
generally. ,
in ,:tie superintendence .f an experienced, been successfulihdesperate) cases of consumption for.femalewealnessand disease. ?_ *
abVve >Periodicals repriuted New toTtheir will be'receiv r
are Goods'consigned care '
ostess by whose, aid they flatter. themselves this the 'DISEASE 'OF THE HEART RUPTURE '
,;( ; ; It.cleanfjes and. strengthens
i their arrival RY.Brit 'j ;' *4-i ; "
immediately on ed andfoiwardedivithdespatch.-
4 "ork they:shall',not be rivalled by.WAy Hotel in the system and'app rs'to heal the ulcers on the ,AND ,DROPSY- *;
ash steaii ers 1Q a b/eawfiful/ clear type, on, fine TheirStore Office Warehouse arc situated -:
South being now enabled by,the constant steam andthe' gradually] tteir NEW VOKJE Jnly 22,1846.'DR. .
lungs patients regain
aid faithful copies of the prigi- the Wharf. .
convenient ,
white are
to .
\ i communicatten with Savannah and Charleston t. usual health1,and strength. ; <" 'TowNSEND-Dear Sir: My wife'%
J 1 mal.Blackwood's Magazine being, an exact fa& Palatka, St.John's River'E. F., January,
i to have the- advantage of the fine markets d. CURIOUS CASEtOF CONSUMPTION. been Afflicted with a'disease of the heart,' iwitha

j'tmile of the Edinbargh'editio are-contained; the views 1 those,Cities., In addition they bring to the business 1849. .: : .- ly', ." There is scarcely-a,day passes but there are terrible rupture for over>fifteen,,'fJn::
in these periodicals an. xperience of many years, which will :th'e'greater 'p- 'of'the, time. She ha.',?..
a numbefcs.oLConmpion..reportedascured
1 moderately, thougk clearly and-firmly expressed better the of attending HOLMES' &, ;CO 'With shortness
enable them to judge means the'Use fD'..Towrisend7s' troubled breath and great toteringof

ofthe three great pirties"Blackivood"in.England..Tory and the i to tie;wants-of,thpse who_visit the nrild; MESSRS.I HOLMES)& -0'. ave'removed' ) 'tul bv owtngwii's'i' ? 'centljreceivcii Sarsaparilla.T :'J.t.. '.' the. ,heart, which:has.. been..v jd*

Whig) ;and Radical the ''Edinb rg1&Review" I climate df'Florida, for the purposes of health .of,. erckaJe'to the; large :DE: TOWHSENJ>-Dear Sir:, Fr'the- st tr ssing; and has frequently been nnr-1'' ',

"Londonlua.rter1r' are Tory; pleasure. building formerly occupied by the United States, three I have been afflicted with general leave her bed. .The; rupture was very ._,.
"Westmiaster Review" (
Whig; and the THE, INCREASING reputation which the climate .. known as, the :Government Building. They years and of the' last, and severe. She tried almost every rtn.cdj
itsestablishmeat" debility .neryons,consumption .
British Review" : ,
Liberal Tfce-"North owes of ,Florida possessesin; the estimation of. have added to' their stock by:the late arrivals did healthat such cases with but little benefit.hu..'flf
and uotexpectto ever gain
the last ecclesiastical stage, my
to great the medical faculty for the cure of consumptionand from New York afullaszortmentof'Dry-000ds7/ 1 ; nIt After going through a course of medicine had. taken but three .bottleS of ycur exc v
is ultra in its
I movement ia.Scotlaai.tliegrand and not other pulmonary diseases,' induced a Groceries, Hardware Previsions &0.,, &c.. under the-care of some of the most distinguished icedicine she was entirely relieved cUb disesi

: 'views en. any one of departments edited. of. vast increase of travel to this State,during the' which te1"ai' pr pk to sell ai'reduced regular physicians and members of theBoard of the h i1 nt1 and the rupture lias ah i'" .

( buinanknowledge-,was originally : by. fall and winter months;'of'those,who seek the prices. i, /. :,, : :? ,of Health in.New Yor] .ande1sewher. tirely disappeared. '. r "_
br." halmers, and now, since Dr.Hanna his de th1S associated:. .c9D. ., relief afforded by a milder atmosphere,-and in They are now prepared to purchase Cottons, and ,speeding. the most of, earnings attempting" -, She has also had the dropsy, azidwu..w .

r 4UctY' son-in-law, ,. view this fact, the subscribers have determined Hides, and other produce of the country, at the healthnd.myf fte.t'reading .much swollen. had coideatbahootc1"
with:Sir David Brewster/literary, .,cWra that their, exertions to merit the patronage highest Market rates and make cash. .advances IIi ,to'regain my Iresol :be so benefited as she had snch a'con ___
paperpf ur Sarfiaparilla
some x (
ter is of the nryhlghestorder. The."West. which shall bestowed, them shall be to their' friends in Savannah of diseases.i But it has -
tinder'tha title'only pom on consignments ved to try ".After-using six bottles I found it ,as strangers if.1 1 tf ,
minster, < ho*repiwied ,. without regard to toiler expense. and Charleston, or New York ,i- ,1'>. : called to pear, 'relieved,lier of the'dro sy. 'I am ifirf:
done good and .
under the me great ; see.-yenat
in titleApftbeForeign
as published England BUFFINGTON & COX. article of Iron that :
They have a new' Wrought 'this'statement is sostriingeajinost >toappa,
with jour 1 and do
Westminster'it being .adyke kept on
; .
: ol' QuarterlyVand: Jacks aville., .Oct. &, 1S49. Reviews jour
the two foraerly '
,, in fact aaion of -' Charleston Mercury, 'and.the\ Savannah attention of Planters. ?-r> ri' y the8axsaarilhand'have' l leen.- reality: YoirSaniajaril1a is c inl1-'i'atl!
severe taking
ani reprinted'under, ate ti-. *""" '''''-- '
:. 1 ties published: It liae therefore 'the'advantage.sep.by this 1 Georgian. ,will please apy the above jacksOnvil1ei'61S46. _, ." ..J. .. .. .If.'I-," ': ,. '. jO .o. .. able Attead myr'umaJ.aborsJfor: the last' noble medicine, and'should be used ty ertir '
until forbid I one that is Buffering as-we have been.
work tie best fea- I feur months aad X hope.by the.blessings of Goo t If MJ
In : |
combinati f uniting one II
I Land for'Sale.
: : disbelieve this,account, they are at liE iiIJ"} '
and to continue. h .
Sarsap'arilla lth.---
issued. my,
tires of both as heretofore Law Notice. FOR SALE between sine and ten ttou your ,
; f1L at my house and have ocular demcustraca
of ,or .all the .above ,.works 0 It helped me beyond the expectations of all that \
Four copies any JACKSONVILLE, August 21, 1849. sand acres of Land, situated in Nassau h' .
will be"sent to one address oh pay raentpf,the.regalarsubscriptioa left ,the State California, I County, partly near.Nassau and parily1D St. knew my case! : CHARLES QTJIMBY., YoursrespectfuUYi"WIIX1AM TOWSERJamesitDYSI ;.
HAVING Essex 2 1847. :
*. for three the fourth copy, Orange CoNJi'Aug- .
transferred niy business.to Cot Mary's Rivers, being portion of the Waterman .i ,
t State New Essex Chas.
being gratis. Samuel Spencer, who will, in conjunction with\ Grant. The above is.heavily ,timbered pine! cf Jersey, County, ss.to- >EPSY, frtf!
Quimby,being duly according Jaw on -
: TERMS. ', ,' : ]Mr.Baker, prosecute, all, unfinished, siness to land;'conveniently situated upon water courses, his oath saith .sworn statement, is No fluid or medidihe lia's ever been a iscoy'edwhih 1 !f-.'
,It the.fpregoing.
a close. with the exception:'of about five hundred acres ,: : '
$3JOOperam ,
ftbfcur Reviews so nearly 'resembles the gastric(
: r -
F ( the best of Ms and
anyone true according knowledge
\, "/ For any two 'do: ,. iSOOr, The MilitincWms' i in 'my'charge,will be attended \ of heavy hammock' land'upon the St. Mary'sRiveri belief, ; Aa'<0: *, *'CHA& QUD1BY.': orsalivain decomposingfood tJAim g VtTU KiC Cutfj '-JUthe'organs'of
do., 1,00" ,to' by1 myselfj in 'connection with Col.) :;. The whole or ny.partiQn'will be sold as 'this '
For three, 'Sworn d subscribed to before at : preparatioarg
any Spencer and ColiCharlesE; Sherman, of)Yasbingtonund .; cheap for Apply t me Orange, It aiUt
Reviews "'3,00' casK t.JJJ .Sarsaparilla. positively' ]
for'aUfour .k. : the 2dA CRUSBALPWI cures every
ittA' !
I'u ; effort made by us jointly i to' 'WILLI.L\I iU ,k mu
,every fl
> dyspepsia however
For Blackwatd's Magazine, 3,00 JjstKeoftheP,, severe or chronic. ..
successful result. 1 haven Jacksol rch:11: IS49--'' 'tf: ; 7
ForBlackwool and three Reviews gOO prosecute them,to a rill 1" -- -' '-,44. '' BANiJEJ'AitTMENT.ALliAr.y:1Jayl0; : s'1'

and four Reviewa.10,00 authority to collect. !.money'due on'theseclaimsas ." jDn.ToW1'sE1n-Sii- have wen.nfi. ffi.
ForBJadcwood } have whatever New-Book! NewBookS'U..tl TWO CHILDREN SA VED. .
I kave to
I': Pavmeitiit9 be made in all cases advance. ,, alwayipreferred in the I TUST Received and for sale by. the:sabseri.tbcr ,Very Tew families indeed. ini fact-we*have for several years 'ithdiciain 'isformj 1\ :

C l"VTn money'aybo;appropriated placed .. heard ;ot rthat j.used ;atteoiled with'so rnrf of stcnitt ;' ct1.
; nBB ., .n9 hands ota loeiLl 'paymaster such as tte parties not j and communication I THE CRATER LCAN'S PEAK ,.in'\time.los children ,appetite," :extreme heart.burns' oad i'aT gnb
RemHtances .f houjld; interested select after the act of their re- pr'} Sarsaparilla \ 'ny. thepastclufeive
bt; aWi&tS8Od,"jostpaid; :" orfraned, ; tb'LEONARD E. .may ,T4jt1i byJ. enthmorooer summer1 'while. >those'h t".tid'riot sick i d a d' ,aversion to all.klnds.iof fQQd, $nd ..for.vewhrfn b. '
lie t }; .GREGORY YALE '. j ,. .
die pbIisher '' f. tft -..S. i" .f Price 50 cents d''Jmt.'j .lfi".r..u} bl'1ib'l IS"eon- ( could eat) r have been unable. 'ef ri
.1849. j.
'SCOTT/ &'C04 August'Hi, ..28',** i .',.Ro. ** j? ; ;THE' RAID OF.G ;.. l5 ceiits. '. evidence of its vdloepandns only nnothef but a email portion'on mY8t macb.j. lti'Udtl'';

;9. FtruroK; STEBKX,New;York' In'Circuit Court,' C ln nblo.C l m. "THB'"F A"TAL''E'B.ROR'.M';" s( t. instance ofita'saving:the lives of children i;it ,usual remedies, but they had but lit tie r J*. ."

.' : '_Entrance. Gold st. 2"EasfetlifClrcolt'oC Florida.' }J By J. tie. Countess- .r-'t of Blssingon-2.centa.' .U/ .: : Jgvrii8EHjifcDearSir: J hadttwOiChil- effect in removing the complaint. Iwas'ftdw i
._ 'i .it. *
c H .4. "THE )?RAIJl.IE'GUIDE.h' dren ot OOt;a about two'niontbssintetotry yourRthsd' ?
cur.edby.Quramapailla thesummereiUA
oiLs h: -J.ff" -4 .
Scbool : ." .' .'VtiChazaciiy.ELBIJT '" .' ..' 0 -. .., .: A'Tale{ of Vie Mexican- Ww, 25.cent&v. nuysen: ,. t'ery the':.inftfoia'iff'mohthSbld ; .ofSareaarilla.y.and l musts'. >'tith 1it.I I, ..
Towns? .Spelling Book, "i Kirkham's Grammar, .' .,"M:T.S1tUTH' .' ) + THE VIRGIN OF THE SUN and tile other' years!. They were' .fi.den e;but after using nearly"two. lcttldt |

:. lake.Rhetoric,',_*: ", Clark's,Grammar, :.. .. ,v.s: -.d." ,, '> BlllfGroDierce.-.:' ; ARoTnanctofthe last Revolutwi &j .25 cts.' very much''edueedi]and we'expected they would] ;fonndfiiyj: appetite restored'"and !the h iHi\ .

Abercrombie's PhiFhy.fy ,' Chambers* Drawing, v ,..1"ED .J1SMITH, V ? .v; ,.._. ,.CHARLES D1VAALI die;;i they! \vre'j}giyen up,jby::Ijwoj respectable t fentirely remoyedixand 1.oul& .eameflj' !

h taW'U'J.pa Yl i fYTl, ** ,"d r 'Chemistry Zool. ; BAPjPBABJNGt!; .. tbe.satisfaction, ,p f1t.th Jaokonville Sep"1. ,. .,; 49.r.,. ,> c,J t. tt physicians.Vbentjie d. .
< Lesson gy, niadeJn t cause-.that > -iT |v V;
; ha"fe been.
Davierfs .afiiictedasl I
., / ) l ... we must:lose.them, we resolved,to trr yonfSatsaparillafwe ; 'Youre&ck t
do School Arithdq a "do. Treasury of Eda Smith;the Defendant'resides out of.the Jacksonville Female..,, InstituteTEUS had KeaB so q fiuch of'biitliad; '. T"Y.: W.,VAN'z1iJ .

f.1, inetic ,. .1 Knowledge' ,. ., State.of,Florida,;and,In,the State of Georgia.TOn omnnttee.of.Direct.ion' 4:have.lo.tet little'McO fid'eh(e, there being'so much stuff adyertisedthajti N B. Purchase none*but such as have TTtj .. .
... ,...
i I ". : Algebra, : "d?:1.,1 Phyitology, motion of complainants i SolicitorIt, it ordered, ]" foilowingiegu1atL6i'Tbe s-. t jw.QrthJ. S8.\but e :ers that hide:"the bottle completely aIflhtI'I
dp:.'Elem. Geometry, Burnitt's'.Geogr phy That the'said Eda Smith, do appear and answer s9boiastIcyear is to consist. t. tlnk4uI4hatj_. j'j fo i i. __i ti'-Ji areKTery ezvd< :the. written signature of&P.PrWcipAl .TQWNSES ,
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.1."s and Atlas, the Bill Complaintfiled bibisfCourt within I j. Fj ;'H i Office s\n1di
Detany '
Ltn .k' t'h'.tl' i26rFnlton4t'.Siii ,
{ ft each., .t tj the lives otboili." .Iwrite tnip 'h ers may ,
1., + Mitch'eU' Geography & ,I Hedges Logic; four,months,'orthesaid.Bill.willbe: taken. for OfthographyY reading,*writing,and, arithmetic b lnd' d'to; < 1t Ii;Lt rs .r tt\i1Jj)1- N jY.f;.Redding' i'co.State4tJBoston f Di if'

1 ;Atlas, Little Speaker, confessed{proyidedjacopy,of this or4 er be pub .erjerm $4jSOwTheAabo, ;e. wif .:' i lJH10'11 ortw ftTOBN WILSONJri8e.151847.! t'ltMyrtle..a1enaeB !!& ons,132 North.fiecond. la4eI1bi1iW
Villrd'1. States 1 "
Parker's First Lessons, ,f; !ihe4i in eNepapeintheEast ra C itlJrJoict S.Hance Baltimore
I grammar and Geography,per term$ ,O. The ; o1't ;
;:"do.. .Sclioo1PlLilOCbawbeIs.h.4 ..I, I >svRh GeologyV. of 1 iOnce.a wee jforthe pace otl fonrmonths. above with the higher brln'ches. of an English LVM.r.f1. iRichtoorid j P.: M'CohenCharlestoaY; WtfP ',

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.utl a rariety of French School Boob <, '.r .. Jun1. DOUGLASS. W 'z' ntural'" tndnor1ChemlstrZ :Phil' ll'&i:'i,1 Esq. one of the Assistants ::Pearl-fit.Albany; K.Tan Bnckirk!292-T.*M'w

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A. M. REED Ntv.-30thl84.taD h'n'. 't' AJ' r !!Li Hj" 1l: and'Eviden.es'bf (ihniatiaiiity'''';..ten? .. ofin the 1'olloing letter: .pr !- -yroccJ nMercbats g* f.throughout
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JjasksonvillelFelL2, 1850. -* tf 11 .t I .S.;SqARBOROCcX.Clerkof the Circuit Courtin 'EtlCli aHer't be'paid to theTreiiimr! lyance iIt ; ; 'olSlH MA'7'lBl'r the United'States West Indies i

... and for said County do hereby Certify' ',that the .i\"o.... "' h'''.II'i'\_ -, :r.t,<4", 1 is only oSf'('mbr thah fonr'thoisattd: ;the Canadaa. A. M. REED, Agent ,.f-a. _

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above stated case,as appears/rom the files of said ariI1t ha h *.xMA 1m stj.ev r d. : ehroaryR26fi848.. "-* .1 Tu* -
ir E have appointed T. HOLMES pur Geni'id lion of an experienced female; e tiuc.-1 i ly .i.BOARDING ,
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in the'nnme4fP4haer.&'FerrjsJ tne8S. InY "an 'alM t 118 0 I'aliitiii 'iraordlnar3" :virtues : ;.
.. and all business -fTJLt'1* J'$1OS ftl f' Said Court':atL'tb7Ja *mw&wtUf fY it
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'1 .doT against ,Palmer 'dit f>e ; -If, 'f-t. l. Mil pqnoW&iving demands ; .?raiT 'hW1 3 ;, r i4ffntffift >_ *fe Applications for admissionare, ., ...wve.. !t 0 work*Thad : j Jl.fc4.ffls )' ; .
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