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: April 6, 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.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Resource Identifier: aleph - 002057492
oclc - 02265067
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Preceded by: Florida statesman
Succeeded by: Florida news (Jacksonville, Fla. : 1852)

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Apecffln wIurd untilIm-bi4 e will give5 newsupbti th'f s rerSl subj ;viCLS ton forfh** prohibition or slavery, iwoatdtiotfirbteftr whiclLougb&o1ihpi lecce reigced until be -closed. WeUterW1Ckj
Jr iu whicQ the South' '"are'more particularly" Hjb o? f_Vjiirmr &w imnz-t i /; t .. departments let like jtataw. The Utter.WM etidentlj/
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ujS.kp >16u&; siriiu. 1iI4bieri far,as rpooe to go into nny owert-itions |enactmpntit,a P P s
..r3I '4 CkIi.lLCS fur : : 6O,(Y I'havrexpressed my determination'to* vote for e UblisTi.'thppmpositiori *Sttilf ch'I set ont iudiCMtores; of the several (ates etthigovn.iaei't5to ,very different speech,*and was not iII.ng'

jnr Lzarr, tsr SX r -T-wpoa which I enqto. stand.ottQ f.ill;j/.rhat, ddAlt thai5 i j- lined at the slight nutire'of his pnJect'WhMchMrCalhouniooL ,.
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Nttne 11ldthT : E 4 uz"Wej. My iai bi .W'thtt ffce wnole lerntorv tn t'leStiites efthe v : luwe 'Sir;Webster,?iogaL1-'

ApjiKcatHtii far Leiter* of AJ-nlnirtritmn 5 00TJ" iuve territory enough./and thatw should use Unitel SrAtPS,1 ih.newly -*%iir 3 Wrritoiry them to hoso who claim them. WhereeiIohee whole- attentionto the speech.CoLBentoneamein -. '
AU religious notices will be Inserted gntulrr : tUeSptrum taaxiui: -Improveradorn what'yoo of the Unitefl Htntes has n fixe-l and ettledichiwcter i & whenthe peec!
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ivf'fi '' S kaVepiedciuf further/1 J> [ now-fixed nn'I settle'd t y Ii w whieh t peop1ftorzE 1yWdbut gave'theremainder,th>

IJre.sediiiUac8rU Ithiak air, tkit at.was on sOmebbseTVtiiious :c mnot be repeT\ledrin "the cise' 7'Tex' !-- with- whole Korthr-I say thJtt thtw Soth Ji1 kei in- tettIofl. He did'not'rJjise his*t 4'tr 4 5
4. Imulth'ere on the tUree-aiiUian loin biht ottk ViolBlJnn tf pSbWf f it ntf>$$ffteWinnotihe s

C. J 1LL1Te TVJ4494 cutu1uuIiCA pi .oIaWilsi i UYvWcil :8efttiIflflt. kish&rt; ami tht1srnti&ettcliii $! repealed by anyhnm".npowgr' rVg.ird to t RUV sL >%.* t ? ';The true rtenda'of t e fioath were of cat; I

,;:r dISj1IIfli.ahe prs"1 Wen air owed qiiiteaaoitenj'itfiyni'aoy ezico. ,trr nrj1iethPr what l
UeniPuiRiiu. i 'placet,-and Lei'ore .4 many of th 'peo,1e nS t; tb.p1iw pverv Toot offterritorv inS ; ercu outdone all hia former -.
;::r Ail hills for J"b i'riniinj,muM be
., e1I'fY the ot luiue has' been avowed. p fizejl jflni 4iJ4; ieUiric(5r4si0irJjdfiJWtTnnriPnt ( tipus that- fmanatevfroui tJie 8eYer4 State 1egis- read, w as fery ifinTj ufirien4 cordi-.Ujf tp
but, now. sir, *h..t ia your condition 1 .Tex-" 1LitUreAnir eent4i4re- irf'fi : Theait1nt
THOMASDRAPER iNDREUI : were n"w nnkin forN' w Mexieo not oniy o ;
;is isiu, wall ail her territories,as a sUve St.att't n4st1tb4iy; n1a k rtlWWtfWol Pr'oVt'it he suhjeet of Uremia JhL IJiatrictitutsomWtimes the

AND TAI.I'QR.rpJE with suleiuu pledges lh.it if she is diviJed into q Q. I1)nq1itrftt i'nrst Mr.'Pgktretp4 recpmaeuding Congress to consider the adjourned. There iota Clajr, Calhoun and wel:

>UBCilIBEll having determined to uiany Jjiatc.j; tltJi-j but to ni.y come iu us slavoMaluj t !at jrropositic \. for frrjn'lfnjr! Ai\fryt frmn mena f UlwHshrng Ia ryHttHli'e' Sutea."'! str, standing together'forsome time. Bear the

J- take up his permanent residence in Jack- ) sjuL( rU'j dt-gre.s 3U tjiiiiutes. How jvjTon.1 Mr/folk wicnrvtrnto frfopjni n $S AeMWWP H;Jlcd.upon 10 pie ClerkVdcakf co4Ter31Ejbout the spee4..

.--ouv'.lle, returns thanks; to his ffUovr.-ji-::;- I I ire Wito dv'il with tUtfin I 1 kuo'Woi w'tV.it y 1c4uv'n4vei; to.tTift TRImnj- IrovM.'v?! hut, sent any:resolution, not referrable to nay ackagtaSpow Mr.L Webster has tbd flo r or Thnwday,ntjt .. '>'

for the uncxpectel enwurgement v"c!* !ifiithcrt .,: i&:4 joU, biat1 hettc.irrv P frit th? neernsJiv nf n Vm for flie 'rftT| rf);.. 'n''Congress, -nnd therefore I regret shat 1 ha'rJiot'iidetagjve joa a mbreffol
? been bestowed upon him, "tv$ us r-- zuto tff-ct; II i ba4L 'l 4d' to receive; from-MasStCbUtett8 report of the dclngs to jda y. I mast aTO
.will : n* eeru; Ve !pih4te.L.: I do it't vit& m 1 the mail and to'doWmSt '
he.'t.IIt.L.1aLUre ue spare tt11I.i.L1 ? VflufTIOt Przio y t'h.ii. jh'eiVn r tlitt.ltwoul > .r. prent3elutjo bring my letter'tv
I to uierii u c.jutiWiUe: oftheirp.ar.nte. i j .' : C.W iia suu_ I ;! b a prfectlv ting ,tcrr PtWiso. ._ __ ntif"nc '.et rwteing any opnron wuiterer' upon 'slaverj clusej; and write yioabgniiE and njore fully.;Jomorrptr. -'
ei'; tIjt f2 rpatLti3a; h. iteu weI cta- I :S there' : r..oui'i'or tier?er3eu4ttiYt.3 tcS "it\ji'ist; 5'-' *e-1 Y'initcrv.sinep ft1W1Cflv t .is iu-xists ttVthejrir8ent.tiioiueht io the States- .I will aeil ijAdd,that Mr. Ualavun2

fihv4 in St. Aupistine an this pi ice. sis i i c ci-riiijg to nuuiWrj. wcsltuul l creato1 a nw 0 i1erThili1 mr for two reasons. 4n the firt pL&cei donotTco.tJtijng ia'eridenlly, m'uch.iettVr than he'has been for

perior cutter ani iuak-r, he beg* leave t re-i :, iuTae ti'u.u7 with 'rt..rJ io 'tbut, think tangible ? .of.the. ; Sflnt1iv.h? said- he,..wjoulil some'da ja, and 1 aiicerely tope that'te will <*
present to all who might ba disposed to favor be this: When we have crettcInev Mtates &th' bill l"iw for | tq.deAb itand/4n thenext place,. abl ere long,to itfcnd" the sIoirguIaz1y."**'

I him with their custom, he ii able to furuiahts out of Territories, we have generally gone upon the government of the TerritoryJ hnd-let Ihnr 1 do not consider that I, here. usher,repsesentative -, 'I '. ii4Y. ;, t-f

of any kn lot a cut and finish equal; the idea th.tt when there was population enough entirely useless -urn! in tbi};coixion ,iire- nave anything to do'with ill *Aud if the' -
in Savannalror e to entitle them tea member -00.000 f i '< !*' !l>IS fi 1 S -S 5 Sr's
or otihetatei.
to any th.tt can be procured ly! 8enseless Profi o romiin. Tor msoiP. I legislatures do.no&-4jke it, they : q1oi? ?
CIurIton. a OLfle such, 11 amber-we should create a State. will: fjiy w'ei heaTof the nnnex1tiontftii h r $Iei& leaI more powt 3 .tQ pItt it mdOWU m'-
Haling ttken the shop formerly occupied us. it may be'tiiuitf., u different thing, "were1 a' who
,The Post Oftee, he is now re.idy taexecute with tate is 'Iii'let1. uii i two or three are made out .rlS ipmnftfuev1-if-K, or kAiffhP' < TTffn1r p. r T, o too couimon a practice' for State I : died at.fcrt1ou1trje, were'lnterjdjrflh.out .
. romptitule all wr-lers thit nny be entrusted of oue. It Uoc* oo t ioiiow that (he same rul-olappur suppose it neeess'irr to insert:n
to Uin. All ganaentsure;w irr iate 1 to St.THO iaaaiCQCliiUst pr v.-uL But th ir, sir, is.xintter I in the tefritorijl ,vrn'n'n of New lejcien j tructjn u here.upon; : all'subjects, Courier remarks i reply 'to V correspondent
\1AS ANDUEU.JacksonvUle for the rcoujilerition of 't'oagn-ss. tKft: i4n1l1 f&re'be of opintnn IhihViinw i'hcre: is iw public mm that needs instructions coraplainttcf the desecration of the grave,

Nov. lOik IS 13.
---- 1 uiay have no lute to give oa the vco.iaiutij Can'id i from th vote of slu verr. by,, this siraet Ido.pnidtsiresjUnore thai JLdo j* bat'1 do not garriaonand citixeLSj'a head and foot stone had
McRoBERf: B .4 Ik di 1CoMMissio.F.a but i w-i'u to u-jdisaautly understoodhia 'rvprpow it, *. !rin* t?i .r ini',of an- i. nct" rrotr4t.;--. I like i! to.havn it coin in too imperative shape.otherilayi been erected to markihe spot where the* bones*
; d :th.it uccordiug to vi6ws the uT tert t tIcedWith of'this noble chief were supposed to
.bucka.UV IIr E. F., ty, uiy Na Ir.'ur.v'r th.si ;a tMd-h jtpcse
his svnuflout ia i uwly pledged by uVto in These7 ktoues had In process of tiaie' bees
g' be> Tnn. wh8"fy- there is nn inch ofjanfl to seuateuf- Massachusetts bPoung'lnnU so
/ OF DBKUS for Al.ibamiri, uv.i.e new ac tes out of Texas,T itii ntrcouut. I: ? i J < j *r T. < of talent utanding and mia hmztrreJbthtjdle, and carious.'irba
ly nv *'i nick trom n corninc'i RIVP fprntorvlc I y character
Georgia, Suth Cnrolm.J, North Car ? wiiea utrpopuittiou bli-tll Jis'ify sacii .t 1 ;!P're1lV tn in4Jrt thYrn'in l nftIi r1 t ful: wljom'the t hopes are'eutertained 'upon deceased were desirous obtaining a memeiito of the

r L'j.t 11u7 u iihr II U..W .t .Cir i :>' of sKvry. I nm i>!etjpd/ to th.'t! ; f thrs>nl!>jrtf7rr 4 ineanjMr lIilliiird-' lie ikl the as toinduce..lecowmading officer
olina Virginia, Maine, Penunyli'aiiia, : 'iz"l oas ui'iVxaa Territory lyiii Soii .'ii..*i 'r in'in-i njriin- '' "> 'fr't- *'p *-r.thiV'iO <-. ; sen ite of.M SKachuseits that he wpuld vote for OftbIOrtjtO direct .the head-stone,vwhica

Cuiitipcticut and Mississipjii.Jau. 33Jt raes.SJ miuulcs, iw ft ihi-ui m .s sl-.w' BntI .ciIl'nnt rn iih1n no iiistruciiinswhateverio4'befbrwardetl to alone remained in anything like its original 5

i J&jJ. 1- th maaig uutu rotiiuu: tIflflP1.A.Nfl'jV t1flI.wv1fls! ?lI f4 ; o ntli.0r4 : members OtqQUgrS.DOrfOrafly resolutions state, to be removed jvithia the.ordimaiceyird.
-- __ ____ which our iru-tiJa. the u ivhoru dcma :rxy, ."' *s ilsif-iee to'niy 6wn'uh'lersnnMr wh-itever exprtssilre of the sense of MassachuetVsftiw and a siona cutter employed to restore iL aria* ,
II. D. C X i> it t 4. a Ice l fi as ii. i-e iu i'liihl u, oeoiu33 1 wil. iu i 'Ur. _, 5- S to whiit her laembenr ol*Cotfgress o'nght* practicable, by renewing the.naae, i&o,- with

A T T 0 Pv NE YA viutt th ; .itit gu.irt.ui.1I'. Pr si'le- tf inth, -exrit 'lJnmP3j: \. which r to,do. r He,saidhe;&iW;no propriety au'ane set! the weeping intention willow of pUcing ii thnt it incksure under the shade ol'
N'J" sir sirs t'i i.nbniia and New .Mexico: thatit aifthtremaiu
w ''lfr;J tn'Afd'f4'i's'ite rnnriiTto'exijit'ofm'ini-xl of public servants giving iustruction Tand rea.ilina -; ,
r. iCouttmrllor > 1 Uoi i th..: ,very co oe i-xciuieJ ir.ua'tlio.sci ''nmin'itiontJin-l; '.refiriniinitioiT. h ic'twe* n '-..theSpnth : ; a lecture to another$etlbf public1'servantstb *monument to the memory- the
I Liaw. 'eiTituncs 'uj .11 iv> cveii superior'io that which nnd tb North Iheit own, all noble chief who ended his day sat that military.Dust.
itirto of
n ) !! ThereBnrp list of8$- -* ; meters > them iinnst .*
.&iiuit and s luctiuii.i slavery iii Texas -1 mean nePprO1uce4'byeich :: a 1 & | stand or.fall, and that master is tieircourjt [. '89muckfQrhiaQr1mitIonoLouz 'cwirwpp
practice in the sever il Courts of t\i\ theluWof u.iur-Id l.iWut physical geogrUpTiy reflvYL sipeyiIiente c f1a of..on dentjjn ega jto the *desecraii6n3cuuv?
WILr. t'ircair. uiil ifillnTv Tiiei.JfliIkbJrodt _'ihtf1 laW of thwToriaVrtyu of ilTe earths fplaineout' B'uaweareaIsorequeied.byth.
ieni -portioiiof he country from the nth r. exaspfntethe'fe moeommon-gray! .w.conmiou. *,
i .ml Vtun o the Souueru; Circuit i'ti..t i-Wscitus forever, with H streugb: be- 1in2s, s'l'vliifttlie' QPfl> (* of frit'prn-'l I hive never- eutered into the question,and same authority from which the abov&iacts Tare

of KJoi-i i i. jIJ uH tenuoot'uaai.iu cu .vtuietn, ih.a Uye* connxianpf.-piitn'nicloTBw3n'l: mn'tnil rejrftnL : ni'ver sh'alh.abont ine oifaaing force of instrntinn <> obtained, suite, that none of the hones.of>

Taiipi i.irs. October i25/: 1513 -a v 17. .7 : &flO& cxst iu '"alijomiii of New .i1eko.LcrLfl1'1e .- I shill! bestow a)little ntfentipii iippn t1>,e py.irioiis -, tel will ay simply this* thaiif benny i Oceola erected rest near, the; spot'Jiereikese iatones; S
4uAuI4I sir i uicaa slavery as we re4vvs in ?were us the bod/was .exhumed. and
; 1eYui'' pioliice ny the nm'p1tint : interest pending either these bodieihi ,
( lb. ; u .l -$ iu gross ot' the coiore-i race, of the* 'OuthiftiliwilinotiJinfwer ""fnrtHf'r/th I.I I: 't'Xm a mraiberjiaDd[ >'MasSJhQsetta''iS1in.that :taken awajlbr anatomical pnrpoeea,-..thett nigs

A'I'TO H N E Y :'er. blu by s Ue an 1 dehvwy ;is other projfvey. -. hiv; the genenl stitempntf of .the.hoporibftfmemHcr !i qaeetiou any- particular interest of therowjn..not iifitr 1tW1SCO1nUi1LLed to itanioihret .

I ah ill not co'.i'esc the pjittt.' 1 leave'.A frbra' ouln Carolinii' pfr. Oalhonh.'JthIt : d versa to the general interest of the

t> .iia.i'II AND o r at 10 the ieiruel gcnilemtfii wi.io ii1ejt.tke' ;the North Jmsigrowo* upon the South in' iconhlry lShUH panrae'her ih'sthictions 'withdulness t The Washington Union has the liheraiity tS.iy -
.o Uiccass it ; but i .sipp ) c there are uo onseq'ience the,, m; mer. pf ndrniuiat in i of heart, und; with all the Deficiency'tKit that Atr.nVtbsierVuwhble speech"nik''Seal.able '

repurne-l profession, will derot,. ol th.it Jcscrh.tioain Alcxico tOW, aud siiinre &zpj 1j tvP1 !flent. QThVtfl!! IS !PVPflUP8.&e.... 1 I &m bring to n. But thequesion, be, ,and the last part of it 'was barked with-
HAVING efdttsicdjf to itj pr aci ;Lhz1Jugl&. : ucver Wili b& i uuJcrsiaud tu d.'iLiip Thry .nrertlistmted topicw.hich'I h.vnoinclition .., ;one;IhVt afffcts tfef5 interesti; and'at' the iinetinie : I great intrepidity, frankness and liberality! .;VYt'irustiu

5&LI the Kwcru Circuit 01' Fiori-Ja. x/u lire; his sort of t1ii! ii) servitude in which*I to pti1tv! hut Jwill, state'; ibesecoJTi-' affects the interests ?f the people ofall the Heaven that he has iot-spbkeniuTuai

Jacksuuvitk E. Fla., Nov. 10th, Is 13. aitu are'o>u ior dob., exists in Culif'oruiY.iu *n11sVfs. nn-i esppcmuv ncthiiTiint of the; of her States I should |(eelmyself more bound- W cannbt butlratertaia'ibe ferveat hope thai"Mr.
.u iiuc Vi.rfs oi'JlJXiuJ. .liaL.tfii-ii 1 iimau ..oj 4nth whiehi h ts. 'Jn'mv- opinion.jti'in jist'fonn4a.. -t<>f eg irH her particuhrwish'es and ihsVructTbnVthad Webster will esseufiallj contribute to the

MIFEu: : & attarnrns ; *4' is .iii ii* tu ; ;xi>tviic oi'Atricjiii i.tyory, ..irtc : ,:.winch! i*. fib it--t.hr. h-is bepn found at he, : it.! were choseq rrSferee or.arbitratortoppoiated bdjustmeat of this'disteBeiing ." '*
S: at ee Hi! :'rJ uui i. ui, ift'is'ui>ery! iai;;i+4-. '\or'h.sir' I'HivMtViTs.% :iii
rUt 7i.U itstlf ru4'L4U1i42'b1k 1 htur!s of be North A djsi >eHuition l .p r.'j ri1fI.1 2IthuIdfeel 'lfWi-I& 4a tueinstruetions 4- 'general impression frbxathe whole it1ithat

l } 1n. ee. 'forn fiiJIv-tu/Mr eo s'.U'-'ionil, < !'4.iein,7etth '' oftbe.uian that me If if the Senators and ''Keprtsenatives Iroa

A a.*, s/.0>.ii.wt-i.ii :iiiJ .iw MP.L.f.U ate i th'roiin' flriV4hn( hpni' timjv7ce 'rlW 'tberi\eyer ,was u goveruuieat on,earth,it is this both sectious'of the country.would set in io tb$
nSTlLI. '" tice iu ihcsevtriis t curtsi.* litVV t cj; i iii' ir-tortUl-.i iii uuJ iJifcirftctMitTy.' 'T ieyj tiiti, fW''ff4 1 I:povernment* "'fthere'evrr"waa"1u>*body upon accommodation of this important questtoala* S

i: _,. .* CLrcsut; : ol riorila ; ir. tU U. j I ..- .1'j.- uL. rnua4I.iu14jue; It i 14 "1t ji.Imsntj'hit th'. ; 'yb! i rjhtnni-I eirth--it ietbi-badywWck"houl4; consider iu the spirit which Mri Utbster breathes,'we';:
S Jtrct Jt.-r:. N-irt-j-fru! District ofFiorid :: I! -- ,..1 UjuUi iio. Ui, uaCiiiii03 Ofoii'ii uy Les; the) Noli'n. Ei' iry wfniHer' every se1tns.eqrnpoeI by an j sreeuient0f| ali -up-m shall see it at no distant day adjusted bye coi-!
iiebzprtu it* :!ia.rt, at T.al.tAiu cui siu pi'jj : tLO4ta.LL5 ar U 5uZ4.t&Ct ) but
,northern lejf.Hlitn-e.H tfmoilhvi oithtcOsnp- oitiEhj'sothe, brgauiieJ general consent :dilatory compromise, the present'"alarnucff',
S d.2.iJ ;. ( Le i t. .u--.j. u.iveii* r44i tu ii' ,port th enn !V :ii-ints Uovcnimeut at W.1iiu&ou. ,./ .T'-U S" aTil re miy i>e ia z&rrc1e' f the eVrmtitutidri. hTcfi says totlies conscience."to" do,that hich'theyconsider S ___ 5 f ?IT
IClUT1i.tiC.Jau.64. i. *S. Srsxc hly :iv; uaw! iiivJo free byhnr cwas'.i.UUoa .'iu.!' (> Sfat* that thw shall deliver fugitive a ileVtfor'thVjtob\f6f the wholeT"* '-5- r-'

4. .Uercare, uo dua? i-, jiui troC.s uiV.tLdIU shv %,is nsblnJmz IB hnnornn'l \n ..eonsctenceiR'anyo'th I Tbea..sirr there iire those abolition j societies, .Washington Union holds the: folio wing,

i.ind; t.itlt is much luas tuluiUie, wtuyu&a'I r 'rtite1 iiiid nohii'tn fHlfilithiscliity ofwhich; I MUV,very.unwilling to speak,,.but inJ'tji .complimentary language as to the real 'author1 5
eb&1IaItb .V .M K U : ;etiuto.tif.w M\ica lr.y, wit ttj is bt eel- "n ler. this: aith.1in nny State legMAtitrey i nrd P. to j r which iJ-W I have* *J very J \* T fixed it sIre notions- -and- |ofthe % 'iiiot! Proviso I 'jr*
; \ ---i).L T '- SS 9: icnygeu.hu in; :whn1i| feirisejf fn rork to fin 1 xey j sveypsiftis -, 'opinions: Ido not think them iiseluL' I think I! :" ult was the concoction of the agents of.Martja'-

AM c.L.tti ( fl.Ulj. ; sej p'p from'' ltis' ennsfiiiitiooal" liity. T l their operations for. the lut twenty years have [Van Bnren,:who traitcrously stabbed the Democracy ,
.4'S >.J'e 'read- l i coaU'- hive al vr jy s thon eS f j t hItJ'-T h. 'eoH t Uu t(o'n'aildirs 'tht'igo&I Fa1ible'&iheme1jme in fi r. his defeat ;
.'.. J. .. -.. 't u.i l-tM.i.'l le.iru rcFenge own rzotwftsu. ,
-- ; .it: apou efl jtsflftoth!* legislatunai ofJheStntes i i knowthatthoasandsoftbeai'are- ding that had
generous ponocracy
J.tciv- t'z. jan :tft.( iva M& lacsuua iNe S -theins'-lves." '- to tne **tatPStbPrnSe1VeLjt* ** i' l nnd oneeelevated
; or s; j very honest good uenpcr1tL.yw4t-weaa., him to hehighest'honors of the republic] ,
S ', TiLL Itti I ti '' S4 o goiii Li1eri.- 1h.t those peTw>n ,. r.tpiInti.Mhir States i ih in;. 'They liave excited feeliags. They'thinkI and sought again to bestow,upon him the
,Y etgtrute1 tu iii'u itl th; &ius 1 4 5 f tthi i.utU.: uir.iw sri ot # 4|1 het j and I .confessjhut L lyive j I they mnst dosoiethiugtor-the cause of liberty, :distiaguished honors. It was'through- .the aaacu 4 :
; ; t.tn Circuit, an.!? tbtj .'.;;rt -neSiee. Cutr! s sole l.tiiif upon !h j uurJersuf'therlversf-: .nlw.iyg feeni of opinion that thVt'w is Ah inline-i i uud k iu their,sphere of: *uctiou" they, do not see chinationi'of thjttman .destined, to be Bi.r
lie has ahw ssicl* LU : .i, :. a': &V4 uu-u.sr v'buryup -&htUrtiii.-/ tltIflmttOt2'ibQtt t es-t hemsel ven.' c/It.i Is tiiiJ![ f hits>i ia iwli.it else-' **hey" can-Io; JUt-to 1>c- ntribute1tuan* .S '-% through allcouuning ume, knowa-
as a political
EC-JUS connection wihu.Vole Lawyer at 1 1i _5, j441IiIJitr. Au iUui. rlid ualiyc people! then cm S iM>rmescipinginto.-mother Stntp. ,nndv be., i abolition pres ,'er an abblition: society or pan pay than the Wilmot Eroviso vas invented traitor**
taa City, as wi'l 1 iiur a prompt :nl s'S rtiwibomu liute'article* sotue'litt'etuiu :'coming* : i fhT wt--forp within> thf'J 'jnris-iiction w.ii. -- fhii- [ aboljticB lecturer. ?I donoLmeau to impute, arid break down temporarily the :to hat.raas -
S. |'y collcciicn ofsuc'i t--.i'T.; as 'ctoy b? jh.inh } SI b1&ata4- r in Ar.iir own ueiuu St4e.'hIhl n'lplivrreil iip.: U Wrni >toinp'thu : pros* motives evVn to the leaders of those eocie-* icparty and to the Union
!1 !Lt ngu'njt the United tite.p1.StI,14J. .i1.th5ivby Wh to sici'4sthit'the'r th endanger by the agitations
CXjaCS se* I thcplttiu iuiprtj tl' ..pjj ties; hntVmnnrtt-blind40 consequiincesj'Tciuuot of>hich it ,ia the cause.Wiliuot;
i was the
: : l1itjt- T /- -r. *
Iy. lianfrej44L'gi'ii; c tittitseh*, In OHirlirncc to the i'3 ifliofl'1f twit 8eerwhit: mischief their uiterferencejwith '' jwhi1ithearcb traitor bruadenwald
.: ric.'. anyuii.igoat.iuid i Ni..v iczie4.'lt coristitntirtn.. h'ill eVas* bimito b Ueiiv* 'the'south hhsaccoiuplished- ''lsi hot plain tbeuiextorottheiwplemeut- .wu

('IIAfliE $ lEt'A.L" LCt4.&$ u ,) L'rkeuu I !T iw:, ;;ta every man' -i'-Let any-genileinan'who doubts' bears iJr.Wilkoi'iiuaeaad omiachiet'whfrJ'which.vijI.f .: .

t uc rj .> x'iusu.. .' i r,'iiohJiare- uU i tilJl t3 use'a cof *ii'(Tttinca it. nn rAcsayiriLLjs.. r. ,res.ua Jud.;; .-Tli4tt>oiiCaiiiorui4a v: ) hft salj't'ti im oinp y eiVs t11P'1ID11er !;ti6as r>of tJelegateiJ in ,1832." See with what i -_ n :
Ir?;; s-in .ny ii.TLytthe tc 'iuty'. tA5Ie1.rt.4jetuI1y .nexico i ie d'.s.i.'jeu1 io ua Jre so tar t he coiwUer.. U i inof the, iSnnreine, .( out ofithe, f freedomvthe proposition bad:tjT AIr.rB jindolpb'ifor.the VixRffA.' : - -'- 'p.1 t -5
4 m. I- -Itu rumored in
oliciieL ki., are a-etiieJ-nt1 lut Which 1 u'iudv*, tThite4 ttte', she m'jrity of ti .luuge,. nt1. gr(dual boUtipnyof sUjrery.was cusjse -; n A % t%* *i BiMt .w.t. 1471 Wath ;
JackQUvIUe 24ty Gi4b wi h rei1 &..u5..Z4t444.' .: ), wiii DC vey tJut the fl4)J4 e liMP thfiVC14t1Sfl kr.'i1| 1 .!r' mn1at! "house deregaies. Every"'body* hits been nominated Thomoozlmljani.bj :i
: utile tor a gra<( l u .ii u.UJ.i-.Le by tin tj' e ut 4l k ;,!andCry 1g., the1Prggidg\'Cnargg
;;!: !to
A.OENCk theCqurt; fJienua in of OoL
place WebIL
4 ar uai i 4liu, <$j L5 rlsed uui r tiiVnfhorfy"rtr!HIs sovernnieilt.t ifnoinjniiiusun'l t tlf ; ; disreputablenaues,and epithets, rejected; bythe.enatt, x -T .
: CF. A:1 i ) 1Ot kiov.y itir I Ii* wffih*'. t b t4 Iyi 3intl ijt v'lti1i4d i to"i't Ireely*. Thedeoafes of then 5 ?; ,
o.Ri ..s.s. 11 1 V dJ ;I-k -' tLr; i flrTY U sot I Iu $ J1fl .vLMwerettU pU&lUhrakKsTieyery 5_ 4 ::4ra SCaoi&.ii
t 4.S. iTrt'h rhL4 it 4 mf ; l4': ml iJrt1ltuIr1 ty s t d wertt.rsu1.mbv xjolorcd rtn4twbpjcouid! RnjuA.-Tha: Bumajreturns coiat *
S CELE : j.t! $4 *' rI littil1I' .U id'( ;:1tt ir B'w.-ts/iwtV colored mau'irnoe I acknowledge the death of' CSS-WO-

C.e t iy tii/.i KtiA ills'iiigjjffteii .wiJr tV.ls"r 4 L4 t 4 :;: ; '! ; nHpfea4piliey Were ead'1.ywi.it&: inch to solor4li .visit.persons,.. .Thisis by.thia dreadful scoargf)daring its las?
tore f : i; : '' ; -- :! ; 2 ,:ri, &,. IrQ iW uili, :Jj'4 'I l.t.I)_: tb'k ] 1flctt; wlI! )cuubtiiot fr ,4'AUhaL .tiua really a frigtfuj-mortaJitr.-baK S
it issaid that '
even thisisbuta'sullportioaeft -
; i Virginia W..8 not'uuwiliiug or uruld'to'discussthisiwhM
ougb. C.nsuui1zi Cairr l! nC I quesiioni ndilorlet thatfpanicular 'those who have reality fell victias tfrit,,and that- <*
lhma Htarti LisL'a.s .t 1 w.uilA frieiiILt } : :the whole number wu5 nearly 12,08Q. Gd.3rji9 5 ,
D's1)z1 yozeo thehe.i'loftLe
thr My J.uJicijiry Coinmit- j-ifl Ut br p, populutiqii.-.know_ ; much, Juf.it as. official --'' '**4' ': '
Gouortbcea PilesFeuidlc ,, r teebUabillaporttfiri : jec't *bwyKefore\: i ien.ite -i 'CkJlBJ a iV* *** *7* *
sucn pruuioiuoo wou4'be idle proportion of about out of8 of'tho eaietW
us with As hnsl
-2 respects any some >een said;by th hb&ocahle iraember
CompIikits,1. &c., & i --.. t. KiAL effecwapon4h rTerriibryr T would;'not 'ta'ke' been offered. 1 from South,Cotrolinaj these; abolition, societies I.1'uMJ I. 4ed : t: 5 5 -i:. 'oae 5 5r
>V pains lOTvuSrm 4iu unluunce ot'ttaturej nor ib S nil pvoprAOfflI4fl7.j scfUndiii: I S3 1 '* -: 5-

r. S. S. FiicheSNpporeii, SU1&r ,? .uiui.. t ttenL.totbe knor not bntebdttrttt that they sent inccniA j .- Czotutt: NxT r.iTh E1Y

Bracts, Inkalinsi Tuitzdtec- mot fruviao iur the purpose of u t&auu4 e r i iura f lcst iietiLi2lisireo c.ii the 4bmry lie oiona lntoxth >jilavfc ta tesA At, 'Dally Advertiser.nas the ifoUoilIgCityofNeWYork
rfh-uu vi tir .su'ect I4r>JTt *j in Pemicettf th
Votes .
turu on;Consumption dud 1-' ence suuerior ittQ11tioti ij T ihey'attempted Jo arouse and did 5 -' '
nIP, ithZ1nati41 oerwbrd : ; : : :y'
rtofpre8erCi4g Life wi.d- -J t"5Ihaveiieen : -Jt will
I- it3I1O thnrcojistitution.lseemVto oteli"jU ..-, S begritt'to
ilea1th OiS4ge 1- Ii: u :b know that-hwHonor the Mayor last evening '

4.4-c:4':7 : 7qsicb ibu4: i1ter.'Tb iibflqpiq1 .d w the attentions of the'Commoal iaaefliiSthe

abti nw>UApurpiise.( ; ,. TOejf wouM I ttji qtiestson oj'iuor.fls-a qnt'ion orcoscience ; fact of the prevalence of Choler*; Ii i
appoiniea Ageui or the sale tjfe hii ;i&ii'ta6in' Phejir 1 I LLLWht ri'ghi Ie11hiW T1zgu4: r1 UMHTirginUf juslHhen opening o'the tree 4 Yprk, thi proupt to -
j bo e.,U>od Mod will keep t peon,coo>UUi.on think Itl0ib u ui.aet.tei-itig>w.ryiJflonftKrahcueHt'froiBtt I sim* ) .
hind 4zuj.))rug store, Ju the, '4uwp 4h ir4 jruper q13lK7Qr fli I ---- St
nTinia B.i' Fa. A '; 4; J privi thus eonsiitutln.ii,1l e1ntnrrns free rz.'r M gfe jxU 1 ;:
_. ; l g. SI wln'tIer Ulk &IiYIrAt .
ri; t.' Dr.'LDFRGEaSS '4' f'ni2Wr&I niIyiivju Virinia;can S -
-'ttr 1M4i'tS 1 te I1mi I ttl I Tbe S

l3rIHrectibns'for OvfD ;k ta1 aa11O841efl3t'C all-uoike ; I I. 'JJ1I1 fl1 144 (? B M M coajna e proceeiiluip of -
: promoting Uealth *nd Li tt4 i'19u41j rd1mbourse rtf-tninjressjn Ifirta, jre ,all,kucw-and weiaaTrhlieiiuaeil ajut1g
T1vt.oz14. Bothers, in the3Tiagemcuymay Qt .: tf6rrtfiUiottallhk'yirluii d: -

Luitously." 'by cal-** unii it is a i.ttte fr tti tro1u1'b 4iog to thereaolaticms,bf the:
J OTLattheatoreiaDoTe.: ; tAti extremely a wereTsaniibthlug essentiuTiy. uoportant'to ) provic ofrth 5;
: Suable Book; *oia *.?- *& wz cA5J; the coiratiy'-aod efficient to the prfiervatiaa'of j t'Af"U- 12 ganixhtg fwr
t17 libeity anxlIretdDm ,1s beteffecteiP* Tbe're 4. me, into a current thought in which ment. '-5- ., -- thntbody. '

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\ "W.I'&l. ., -,. ..''. tewbithiiusda" ," '' .; .I:,- stood him. that i Intelligencer J f was inj an'l J'uUimaiely:)ourVpfoberty,.it':will ,be Ienco 1'4dlj ea hC ,,'." ,
n. tfev .
I 'AtJSTBTAUvriu HYiGAR when' ? !\, r ;
: ; Jai i'' *" -' r- -' ,very<'.peculiar. indelicate situation; sweMcou9pmtMiilp know, ,, nil ; !t. .ta":
I 7he.BmperoJiasecoeret: ; froEabiscentiisUou '" L J'SrVfft f f fi? 5* r "" J""t : : 1 1" r! t"" r'Otll"e : .
; .
'tThfe ministry :published! in. fromthe,fafst t.' oif U,:DcItig! "., bJ'' ht' itoverntAut ; .ibis mtefy'feas: : beW! en4u! d-When. Editor In his new ocatjafl of,TGtor

). 'I Ad,Vtensp:its. 'i-o.le nioi i Custoinad fof: the/ormatjoa":' ; po1iticaIuni} .n.ithe,* Ihe';"! 'i'. b ::t"I.l c .,-. bapz&L" ibells'y.I :oib shadow: teei(;oJr.D .Jllt rhiliocet1 J ; "

) 'Th 'memoranduin'recommends the abolition not. very. far from., '"Mason._ and. .Dixon's_. .. ofd aiit-and'oiemerging'flir; : i : p'Lytoeenslabed ,- '-. ,Bu'' anyassurances- /of'should .;d&ui "
; ., 'Sti'fS .r' : : **' *"
o'':prohibitory} ) dutksind,: Babstiation'(BQch, I-..-- -Z;.r .__-___- .- l --""' ''Thi position: 'stline. of; -"betwensty!': :, :" :.ourselve-that .it. has 'be thus nemb 1dfBe41d oatrag aai4

p regarded te tWedaticia8uy.important; .be measure,required.much J ,,,This calcu._is. \. JACKSONVILLE. MARCH 23, 1S50.I. .. created'.a'-sorr:!btccessi. y'for i its:playing all: been. caused: by ,.dear' brethri'ft' -a- :.a1t' nVdlpiity'of the:pipopW'wntffci'* a.

Uted ''to uu1oa:1: .. ,', I l' I ,lafedj'butsh* is u rThh'aid'troij' asftnd'seteril 0.Ja.l
,7 t j .t _- ; ;.f :' .! 1 ,
f1 teflh&fil" '
iirtir' i
;i"RUSSt::: : iAND TURKEY.. -,,'; 1'.J tJ.JJ !i'4- ndth&rntb1 \Vit1fo ae&ct .; .. : other Slates ir r l I ia the Eevol' '
e refugees have been- sent to the Asiatic : It is with great Ieasuro ibat werib; ; deeided if "'L-'Ui\."'_ ---.qu''ijor'. : '
.:!: : ; 'i : : : par'fot'iilien n i .r ifi' 'i' I ulPo&e3ses t too many strong arms s4'p t,
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r'i ;
( .t
I pjoi'incespfTurkcy. .. 'jTi'! jish the, proceedinuB ;.of.:,the, CountyMeeting 'i tiJt1fa Jd &>' ,}' '. \ Prospect4 ', i '
i f.i f.J.Ui A 't
'fhj recen t,attempt to assassinate Kossuth.is : 1.Tfth. r '. f!!l !. o p JrLt t > : .tie,bojjoias>to,be lpgrHd. l-and trampled iatdnst.ihy

undergoing Ir strict t 'investigation,by thjc Turkish, : ,held i in> tbisplaceoraturdiiy* >: Wi- : > jIas .i!'enso.voul.d t-u. "'1 : apply t eipiallhyto} ; :1belsi." ; 1' The,W ashlngton'COTrwpondent nf!the .,B ilti-, I fratriciJal.,Brotherji! )O t'! tjaxcntt. .1J '
VIM''P ; J ;inteS i'iitk1 lfaJi.Tbil.; they sre'ico1uprnisingitthe -
government. Austria has not yet resumed rela i,1 ).. The,.resolutions' tedIcl,almost l \ t -f4tellt2ence. : i .. _. /
; repot ; c u ? r: ,
tCoMirilK; the Porte., ; : "n' '- fr, ,, smote. candsu coiaiuWr.tne, ? Capitol th.StAte of Ohio baa ,
? J I. ; 4--* ; i 1 1'>- t "?"'>J.<;*'" -v* p**"* "' *" '' '"T-;: Our Korefjtthen resistrd-a "
$h.KtesVdates from Constantinople are to unanimously, adopted. ;;..ire'' .' 'of the- 'Nat ional.d, wbichcomeiout< ).quitedckcfe made a;movn J in. the. opposite Direct ion, a,,bill, ; parent:" .
> .
i ; < -ithj havingpisaed, her flouse of JleprtjMijtativmliiaking nourished and pmtrcte them In their I ia& ,
the 13th January at which time it was : :' ; to>
pprI true strimp, claiming no,.more. than. ; ; onT'of' ibi'i &i il (
: citiien
.: hended.thai. / the English .dexnoistrati9uiu, ,I ffor .. -i j' *wi ' it jpeiia'for any of ibeateoth.rtbans hrit who hd become ovfrhwrinZfaTx" abn''
_K:_ : v.i'-.T' -" 1.1 'H'V' 'i :
Greece, t11 .divide their efforts, and those.of., what is ours.. .but_ .. 'yieldihiff,r'I >. .ps hot- ':nri-; ibtn ytirsi ,we must be permute c! to doubVtwneiner, .. FederaLofficer J Lo J\.n ii4 incpturing.'detaining \ .' not wist cruel,unnttunl,and wlflsh B "'
I r/ or restoring a fugitive slive! ,Tb)
France in theTurco Russian aff.iir., it f's' '
oF what Is received [bat 1""
right. They. ourNt'sghbor';penetraition bassiOt b n.fjt bil\\ was expected to the Senut*.. ,Ob. this from whomW have never':"recfeved Ih! , The Austrian.Minister lit Athens had.,.orders, ,, '. -J, '{ t.I'i"t:: : pass! ; .
; }> 1 .t I -o OJ
to t act in concert withthe liusiian. Charge. ,? slight opposition.and, ; that i too onyiorte1'13j !'. .sup .too, severe1ytaxed in;mpuDg.todJs.. 'glorious nion.Tq! : .swe t is,its,peace..ho tent of what we hive conferred; either h tIa_

The people,of Hungary are ,begining ,to express ., the "feVble argum>nts of theBROWN" ..j; >caVse'of ihe0:duplicityfc. ample,ats pWctiQn-b9! ,.u 1at'rjngli, jtkstjCYh&t putntion: encouragement!, or protectioa, -
the of hatred *towards c Vfr. recentl ; : naugbtj :P?pl*}!w Jsouthrpna jo '
t( strongest feelings j.*" ''.""ff: tlf V''f"" 'i'f Tm I- 'Iand.armntibyp.ocrisy who would.now. ,seek to deprive. iyj
the Govcr meut. Count A. .Ftlekie has ,beet.. 'I school. ,'-and. the' eloquence, iof \ ( Yo of,the.'NationalIntelligencer. 1 carp ajtsbi, ssiugsjsadeea.fthreaCn. togo '
released from custody. ,. ,these" ,orators L Co;\'was 1 testified by..the; ,. H_ 'I" ..withodtthenil: ,", .r. ., ,: right,to,protect,ourselves!I. p.i'
The New York tribane saya Mr. 'febstef But the Editor is cot satisfied wlUa
The.entel.lcl" of death has, been passed..on t, !l', .{ ( '
tweenty.thr e Hungarian officers ; ,bpt,. on the fact that' they alone 'voted, against thtfI : '.' ,, f ':U (trill;not changea' ; single. Northern' vote-save ridicule and denunciation :npoa,.th'. pJu.tt

19th January, their sentence wan commuted by I resoluiions. :riie: tri .nd8. {Southern. A Word.,ColUose.Opposing aConveatlon. ,- 'his.own. .Webavpuo.ti.Ithia the Tribune tas Southern Convention-but, xatut.evcartisgt .
B iron Haynau by the terms .of imprisonment "* w. ,$, a narrator.bf ts; but.its. influence_isj large,
Vary ing from 5 to,IS years. ': rights throughout the State"will ,learn; 'I aildltho: symptoms so,far alf In favor of itsaase. rtio falsehood, to create a prejudice againtit ,]I '

V A serious collision had takeii, place between. with pleasure'that ever,.has.there been Those in the South' wtfb 1- bpffeseySouthern .? ,:In the House" on Monday Mr.' Fowled says that "Rumor mutters of dark the 'of Convention have ': ;: :Rfassachustjttiij roade a ,speetb .in which i .to be the 'of" few Brutnses Nashville"
'regiments infantry stationed( at Innspruckjta a? yetadvanced part a at 4
which wounded. Thefleet as,meet ing in this 'county FO 'numerou'sIy sure the only Mea was borrpweil! from Mr Webster

is tobeincreased..thirty men ,Two\frigVtes vert ,of sixtyand atiendidintl never one, i'bj'which ,but two "ostensible. .'reason. for ,"but the tone' ,was in perfect harmony with that 'it is gravely s.iid in some quarters \.
t" southern Constitution is
SouthernConvention Qiddings and Hile.In; ,the Senate; .Mr. SewapJmade pr pitrd' be
orderid. that
a corvette of thirty guss have been -, their' c ductt-ls a '
.' the enthusiasm'' was so great. his, effort, which_ was all that was! expected ted''in tbeConTt' tio b covp'demam, 1
.'. PRUSSJi.I Marion I county has already' spokenarid, could accomplish no' real fhirn, narrow! and bitter,-in short, antislavery sir, I believe to be a sure fabrication of hii tff

6' A. decree has been published Berlin for the object ";and 2d ,that theNorthern up to ,the hub.; Commenting on this
people I heard
it now remains for Columbia Alachun I the brain, never ornor do I believe UQI
German Government. ..Pariiament was to meet speech,. correspondent already quote
are:beginning to see the error their, says: existed such a rumour, until it appeared is t"
tJorCurton the 2GU of Marcb. St. Johns, and the Southern counties to. -
3. FRANC 'and.there, will be:no.necessity: for I: 'r have! no doubt that Mr. Seward is comet Republican." Certain it is there is no fan.
be active in the cause. Onward ways, the
Paris is quiet. No seriois disturbances have good in.his'position! ,.that Union exist .and will dation whatever for such rumour whicht"
one. We 'say these reasbns'are ostensible continue,by necessity, but it. is likely to be a.
occurred G01'I the show
in the Southern p?ouces. The with, ball Let the people ,by Editor of the "Republican" knows fall
: I rnment is'devising means to. quell any demonstration -for as they, re entirely. unsup'ported good deal' agitated for some time to come.' -
: f of dissatisfaction; which purpose, acclamation that they sustain their delegation There will I .be little.harmony until$ the South and yet he gives it circulation, and would,to|

; the country;,has been divided into. t lour grand in' Congress"and.' are. not 'to,be ,by facts 'they are either"no, reasons -' shall be prepared to submit.i .JJ the ignorant and timid believe it, so despot*

military'divisions! ,. over which: Generals ,have hoodwinked Guv. 'BROWN and his at all) or are'the cloaks for others. : /'Until the South shall be prepared to snbmitr and unprincipled do men' become, when tfcj
bce edwiLh The by ,It.is such craven. and .most. unworthy
pta extraorditary powers. that cannot be revealed. have lost all love. country. He says Het
Assembly has been chicflly tngaged in discussing two party language as this, that gives to the Sewards and p

the educational bill, on which .Mr. Thiersi presses. Now iu regard ,to thefirst, i reason it .Hales the power,to disturb the peacepf the South. resort to legal, means to preserve fa :

i haiTwithdrawn' his support from :the Govern.. Country; ,and. pervert its justice. It is to the rights," and opposes a Southern Convention' .
time the
is if to the of
: appareit.haI up small-spirited, much-talkin few, of the class of '
'S The National
1 I ment. Intelligencer. being illegal j wherein he discovers ftc iiIe1it'!:
_*Nothing new from Italy' except an eruption r' sitting of the Convention 'a decided"intention thin writer that the New York Post refers in '
J'; he does not show. The friends of that
proof that the South were perfectly ready'o'submIt .
I of Mount. Vesuvius. The Russian army was about This ewsp perp:iDted at. the seat .
is manifested .
being diminished on the Danube. by Congress ; that the North has the whole game in, propose it, as both a peaceful, legal and couzt
; of the.;Federal Governmen, is the'most admit California with its Constitution: her.hands, anJ could have gratified her sectional -
:. There is npthitig ,of great importance from : tutional mode of redress of grievances. :t i is l.
: tugland beyund the fic that Parliament' has treacherous and insidious' 'and.therefore apite,'without the, least risk of resistance, and conJtitutiona ConstitutW'lof
t been the in t excluding slavery I that the South will .when as'It alleges, Mr.,Webster stepped in and gal ca *e the
engaged during fortnight debating
tsie, Free Trade policy of government and .making the .must mibchievnus publication in for ever be.as a minority .u'troted.by..:a: voluoteereda< retreat. The Post "quotes the .the United States* guarantees> ,J- <. to, Its 4 citiiea3
I some alterations of the' Irish law regarding the Union. The,."National. Era," published Northern that New Orleans Bulletin, in" proof of the, perfect the right peiceablysseiabliog pot.hiotl
tyrannical majority --
elections.' On the Free Trade question or : : lameness. oft the South. ., .Its. estimate of that ing the goverrnuent fur a redress of grevncj
sustained also in Washington,:and openly such of things will be ayirtual 'paperis no'doubt just ; but to suppose that itrepresents ?
-policy t ministers. were by.a majority a state It Jpeaceable; beciuse i there fs.no dangero//
'th.e'people Louisiana is to libel
of only 34. devoted, to the cause of Abolition, is dissolution of the Union that it, will 1
\ ,- that,St
1) much less to be feared for its hostility : be so declared by the Cun.v.'ntion.and. Mr. Stanl", of North Carolina, ,is, also, profusely insane attempt to put it down by'force.In tV

) i.. Carlfle' New Literary Enterprise.Mr tu the South than the Janus faced organ measures be taken, accordingly if the excess quoted'of provocation at the North and, to wrong.show that will, underno the event.8irJ admit there would be an end topec

: Carlyle has again appeared before the of the Federal party at the seat of North :.should perfert their ,intention. South resist. ,They have u right tp the,authority Yes sir- ,' wrath and indignation would oil ,

English public in the first of a series of papers, ,r -' ( j, i 1 as fas asrit is available., Mr. Stanly, undoubtedly spread!l e.hole South aa a,,current orel tri-
which under he ominous'name of "Latter Day' the Federal,Government, for the reason Now ir"auy 'this course
one object to
; has given pledges to keep the peace ty, and terrible indeed would be the shock k

Pamphlets his subject" are I "The to appear preseut'Tlme-monthly.: ) which He takesas he'characteies that an avowed organ is J less* dangerous' o' the part. of the Convention", it. is evident under whatever he provocation ; and. iu his recent all who d.ired 'to oppose the tfiunder'bolt. Bull
speech, eeiIsetyip som cock-sparrow pretensions
as "days of endless calamity, disruption that a disguised one., that they, are willing. to sacrifice. to speyk for' North Carolina. But sir, all these objections are mere pretexts;tin*]

,dislocation, confusion worse confoun- The whole'tendency of the,course of Colifornia, or rather the ,whole 1 question I there ire circumstances in,which Mr. Stanly is who opposeV 'Convention''wouM' oppose uj;
de-JJJ and declare his persuasion that if they
f as belligerentaaany) may living ; 'ndf .in'tb'Js other measure redress nothing will ud
1enot also days of endless hope, "then; they are the Intelligencer" several. years ,t, of ; of ;
slavery! to thetytanny' a majority very apeeckl finding Mr. Hillianl, of AI_ m-,:, the 'but unconditional subniiwjlwj tb4itt
! {I\ days., of utter despair.. has 'been to undermine'the. -instiiuiions. in '.Congress.: '' (s<, they should avow Methodist clergyman, within reach, he attack. : '
t revolutionary attempts past'years are ed him'with. the fury ora'jJJ beast. Even he of the ouh, and they only kevp up a pret .
i examined and condemned as worthless-inca' of .the South and encourage Northern it 'and if they avow it they own their therefore 'ded show i '
'to : ., is,not opposed to resistance, on. principle" opposition to NorihxTnajtgreaJ... .
t pable of mankind.effecting any At amelioration Democracy he of launches the condition Aggression.. No candid, reader of the treason n, to. die j South.. It, should be. dis- : .; It i is' not" peace, but' safety, that he holds. in order to obtain- or promt souie influna-
i '
'I. sacred., 1We
many scathing bolts: universal suffragevote. 'Intelligencer will deny this. Notwithstanding tinctlyrasked) of all who opposethe; Con, .neither, )see symptom of. sabwissipn. onthe among a people. whom ih"lare8.-ekingi t d l i

.- by ballot and all the several parts that go to- this notorious fact, .this print: vention, ,*; to, .what ',extreme -M, rr indignity[ part'of the,South, nor do we see anything and destroy. The assembling of that CoBVo

.. make up the perfect machine of representative hasa circulation in the Southern' .in'e prospect, to justify her in changing her lion is well understood, to be lor the pnrpostfti
(i can answer no other end than tomake large submit. It :will ,be
governments, they are'willing to
proud '
11 attitude or relinquishing appropriatemeastnes general 'consultation by the whole S/uih, %
the,phantZU m.go eroori and governed go States partly tu the ability ': teCtioa
owing, found that)veibally they have the ,resolution 8 l pi Mr. Webster has
S h.rmoniously..r.fge her .o perdition.!, America. made aU considereda they may agree upon suote general plaaofehave
speech, things -
with which .it i is conducted ind paitly niagnan.IZDOU8OflSJ
: is whimsically characterised .. : ,. 'of the lion,-but practically, the 'but (has as yet received no solidniarkotaprovai concert of action, aDJ whatever is gnifw

:Cease i stitutions to brag'to and me Constitutions.of.meriC3y and To its men' ,model in.- to i he.foot-hold it had estiblihed in the yielding' heart' of. the, ,har,. .-that their ,from the North. upon by them,is to be proposed to the diffmlC

I :. their sleep there, is nothing, granted l. in.:,thus South before it. 'commenced its very immense.courage. always to'be' exhi- =Southern tes for their probation and sp|*

world: nothing, or as goodus nothing, to men, gradual secession from. the cause of the ted "when the comes-.but' M A 'Voyage Round the W rId" tion Is there anything very violent orunidi.
day -
that idly caucusing and baII .t-boing. :the constitutional. of the Southern is the title Qn, intere>ting n'irrn- fuinthisl! ,. ,
graves of their heroic ancestors, saying,. tft i is rights we wander on to that dreadful day to very ,
well,it is well!I'. Corn and bacon are granted.; States. .tive of the expedition 'fitted out by Gov Dut.ag.in. says the Editor -Hrr IndrpendnaFlorida's J
them .it is always .at, the samedistance, will consist iu the
such ( ) privilegeground
not a Tcry sublime boon, on conditions, ; a ir
p.n elt'sOm
since he :
l immense influence
It exercises
boon moreover which, on such conditions, cannot i I"an and) their'Will o'th'wisp lead us to per years down by taxation, to keep upu .oItli 1

f t last .No! .America too will fashion have to strain;' over its admirers;: which we might illustrate ish in' qui i .ksands "and 'mo as es._ '. command of Commodore RKID, the ob aud means ufdeencefom foreign and hoe_ A

:, to energies crack its sinews in quite and another all but break ihanlthis its'heart;, i ifyiV wished to particularize l ,Now, in regard the ,second reason; ject of which wasjo. make a dem nsi ..I iuu. What does he mean by being grwoi;Id..wD

as the rest of us have bad to do,in thousandfold by' the,example of our neighbor of the"Republican' 'Convention should be hrldi rat ion with ur.flag Hm" ng the pirn- by taxation 1 Does he suppose that Jt:
., .' wrestle with the Pythons and mud-demons be- ." why ,a r ,}." _- ,.- < .not- '< -' ? tical Malays and .Islanders( 'orth In. sun of the South will shiue'less warmly f /four
His is a
very: strpugcai ,
the od.
habitation for North is
fore it can become a namely.that becoming actuated rich soil will to roward the
America's battle is yet to fight; and we sorrowful in point. Since the commencement dian seas. As'a book'of voyage it willI'W.1L4iiot cease l.abuqrtfjt.b"
by lat better spirit-TTwe! 'kay thisis husbduduMn I that thesbuwers of.pisl
wish her ,
i though nothing doubting! will ;
strength for it. New Spiritual Pythonsplenr of his, Editorial' ." ,. ." .career.,. in Florida'. . equally unsupported by fact., The th a, pc.rusal from th,' graphic anti summer will cease to refresh lund iarif

tv- of them: enormous le-atbcrious as ugly- -,.us ,he lias rasde;the,Intelligencer his textbook speeches "of ,Messrs. DICKINSON, CASS,' (descriptions nf varied incident and rate our'wealth pro>luciug crops I Does be iff
and hideous : '
were ever born of mud, loom huge and 'all the censurable .and 'danut scenery: : 'necessarily .encountered. his wild iuuginiugs suppose that Cotton |
America and she'will AndrWeBsTtB
out of the't wmglit Future on ; : !, have been referred'to, as _
have her own agony; and her own victory; ; ''gerous heresie, which. he has been in*' -' rice and tobaccu. will cease tu grow 1er: rtW/
well as the meetings in' Ptiiladelphia' .'.
[ is "F UI..erJ' ,.f the ?lrxic*n War
but on other term 'tba she yet quite aware < the world will henceforth require ,no o* _;

-: of. Hitherto she but'plbughs, antI hammers, in' fulcating. ,'i jlhe, 6lavfry question. and the CLAY meeting in New Y rk.-r is.an 'admirable comp.-nd'of the 'nci.de cloihiug. lie forgets that in case of asepi* f

a-'very successful mniiner";r"hitherto; irt'spite of may b ,traccd to.that pestilent suurce.' do these
i b:1f
,. '. her-14roast-gooses with .apple: sauce she is hot' Rut; e"nd. speeches? ,. sustatii-- connected* with that stirring event tiou all Northern manufactures would

much: 'Roast-goose'wiihapple-satice; 'for he- ,All his.. argumeiits-fliy< ,, literally the(,; ed .byiheir; ,:constituents 1 Dotbey: not which'added' such'gl'.ry to our banners foreign goods and subject tu duty, and tbltt

_" po rest''or ing'IltnJ' well l .urclyth\tis the. stree,somef ,very: laog1.1ageuse1 by him. against the indicate i 'a', 'miraculous, ,c1iangen i the, .and[which i8>till of interest to all. It bonus'ot many millions no W pad to their 1
thing-thanks to respect Jor '
your would into { Trwu
ufactures Southern
Convention have been den.from a .
fertile waste'; Southern'. ,. of the .is : go (.
constable, nml to your contInents -1 )!', opinions speakers themselves lAnd admirably written 'and embellished
if could continue is'b i !ved the oracular columns of the I to be expended at .home. Yet this is.all
land: : but that, even with well
is and
what this
to change tO'rttri.i ,executed illustra.
DO means: enough; that is hot even an :instilment : I I many and it can be easily demonstrated, that a ,

,I towards whut will be required sof you. )Iy. 'I Divinity i.t ,. which. .. wiirahips', .' '! '.His,", 'at- buted 1 Certainly "not .to political !.i tions. era Confederacy could reduce our present &v
friend, brag'not yet of our American ouhisI f ;;; tempi : aud" that of Mr BRYANT,, at the movements1 ; "Both t ''''
:, : J 1 in the: North. .,-" for the re- : : .th'esbooks, .are,for sale, on low ties upon'imports still raise a larger ,
dollarisfiu'dustry'tiadI ;: l *' t >
Their'quantity'ofcottpn; vl : i |
t 4 resources, I believe to be almost uhspeakiible-' i;;meeting-, i jtsnw'l last fsf: 'Saturday'(- ', when-"" 1.,''called r. '" ""upftv "v-' solutions!Philadelphia t wet only'generaljarid .. terms, by> the Agent, Mr.', TURTISS, ue than' that: .>f the whole Uuiot at the f11I.

but I can by TIO means worship the, like of these.Whafgreat on .$to fjnstifythemselveafor, the.reck-; those .at New York. .bhlyTyiel-I: ; J wbo.is'.Dpnr 'on. aivisit.to this place. 1 time.. This. mTty appear a outhera parad J f';
what thought ,
human soulj; -great ; [ *' -'fH -if ; -Southern Editor withNorthernpriadIf
that could': ; 'leVs h Tke'inhiiitiatedbyth m agaihst1. ded with the CLAW. .. __ __ i /. our
.L what great noble thing one worsnipj: -."' if. t .. <-iw 1 1-1 Ar a>- difficulty com pro- f .H. v >a autb rit1'
,loyally admirehas yet,been produced there 'I the advocates of. .Southern.. Convention which is (FOR 'THE WEWS.JGov. ) so I will refer thirD t 'Northern
utterly unacceptable
None American cousins have yet done none '11\ : -.' ." at Tefer him to a letter from the Washington?
done l' that1.. they meditated revolution. ,.: the South. The '. ,Brown's Letter. daUk'Vishington
of those things. What have they growlsi ** attempted meeting at respondent of the New York Herald ,

I. Smelfungus tired .of-the subject: 'They have and 'Jtad'j constitutions for .".a Southern'Confederucy" Tammany Hall was broken up in f a row'! As.,was anticipated-the"Republican" is out % Feb. 18th, 18O, I would refiir)*(
doubled their population every twenty years.-
ThJ.hAvejrhegotten- a rapidity beyond \ ifW V tU 'T" v ')'ready f '*. cut' and:,., oiivd' ; 'to- '' And ROW we have SEWABD,>wha holds warmly in support of.GOT.Brown in his insane and all others who are 'disposed. to ccdo**

;;, recorded:example, Eighteen Mil our' of'z the..: preentto i.theN uahv die ,Convention,' more, influence than, W&TEE'Inakhi1specbigiinsvile.formaiion'ot I.: opposition to the Southern Convention, and in our strength aud importance, to_the wboN'
in this world before tt that letter hut to the fol'.owUr
,greateatiorw-everseen particularly:
truly'pitiable I What will hidotttrageou* misrepresentation of his consti
: hitherto is their feat in History .. ourrea.'i a three
113 the ca0
"Have the States counted
t87'l .. ., Northern .
c t one:seems ambitious to act the '
4 Z
part -
; the ? '
i.'rt't ders.suppose "authority I offered : slave : *
: ; States'.from Tex ,a
; ;! '. .THE.Fwrirs OF CojsauATiox.-TbaPennsylTnian .; ( M .;> 4. .provision v of the Royal Governors -of the Colonies before Do 1 hey)know,,or must.t.h'J reality t*$$ .

I f saysrrrWei that.the.uuipn ofltbePjjmporatioparly ] Wvthdse. .;! gentlemen* '%., tf .. for'. 'advanciiii". .i guaranteed i in ItsConsLilutiuuld; :toes the"Reyolu'tiotr .-and the other,-that of' the l inBnecringatJhe -i -t that,the aputh;b e ever 1.t thiDg i to;gain b1i

': : inthe.,8tateof NeffvYorlj'18t \ ;this- unfounded, calumny:? ". ""Why. an, Mi *\ilo6k" lite"yieidioff.t!' 'H&*S l excellent results. H. K : "
: Th ") ?
silently producing '; '' > D* Ji\ '
ex.-unine'a'/'ew :
i 1: Smith,Esq- &very'-'ab1e-nnt1 eloquent Democrat linbo"'ri1ob'IJ'eti'i f tO <*' '4 4vJ-f H'j.in'the i .&ttolIl.?Jl'{ i '* ,'" *jtf.J' ". There; ',i isronctpld Portuguese'-saw,-iiriterenoughbu't -' 'cjipabilities.ofourStatetoaus.jtainlhenelf :us / simpIe1ttctsThepayeaxth8outbernSiates '
i i&'elp.ced }1yortBifti4O, :Kv.. rt 4'1lj'M.jOt' whichiMr.vDaEW, io her Sovereignty ; > \ ,
I I ligencer bays Air. oppropriate,j ( at the : Independence
4,6:8(: ,.14chao aJ'O tp'I.ot (J.t9cheltft.,1 ( : present and Equalityij -'i, 'Af' (1"ft1 .. ha ,:p \,2J P'o. .ba1 '\ .+ t'
f'e''p the 1iule l, ;i ii GALES y fily b lieVeW t. 'JnrustJIiave been. ,--,.that ,HeUI:paved;j with '
a l1J eJQ l :> goodmteninns11
&P v .vT v '' 04t .4" t :1 of i.c .toJ
., I 1) N. Troy"rolls usaDemocratwUiyP'* '*_ 1 ivrittenby..soth IJ i '' -\r:,Southern: man'! "- Niner>tentWorttUtbe: 'injiryliatjliajircVeibeei :; : tik .1 a; :i .sapentdr om i d'tbtslipgbtilready. .. J .t t P !, 'Q,) S : '

i : .. is brnnied per bale,M' 1 "" 1.1qG.
o1 k9!'bigh1ybreas,tIiemur4ing.'J-- ; : 'f i t3';.." ( '' our State ;by J \T "Sf '"

t !C"' ..' 'f \,' t<_,1 it .,: t:NHt1 jr ipi'J ";. 'l 'i dxceedine' 'gravitywithwhich'our. } ', | / l ; ? ; ..commuted, nai )iim..lth\Bepudiatioij '-and -wltl'h having I The.otherpiothct&oQiqe tbac4t

or the 1hiLidelpMaIczqui. .con temporary submitted'histfnonymous ?Manri t.r fthl : t .. I' 'co and ,will'.no tfU short "
,ThrslQndCnt always'hadan' excuse. and in variably $'fLr"t ". :it. t: sugar. .
., .u' i.1l O ? p 'A '' !* '*' 'L -' '** : !'" '! "* >i r J/.f-c'f ; e'L -r' u :.lJ -. aA_
.ot l; li .v'-ii'M ; ; Jlmn :
.1 rttrl&Ji: .tt5' lf 'i) : : L "rsGie ', p f t, :J l..h ,,, r ,411.
1 : JaulKwii"j' norathcent innb.,, 'beend9under3mo,5dtbflt. j. COO. ltl 1.1."+" .,. \ 't.if, -Ul, J> ;( 2 t i i'Hereareo 1';: '
1rfi 1. :* ) 1 fYt ,
lhotn'f ; J iJ < '
< I .t."l\r C pe 1 tbet: pi f 'IDn. iJ : mpl5cityAvith: .which\;lie_ 'seemed: :;riot'be.irnpa i ned.tnijf; ,Wthe: i cbnduct'otYhoe ) .'$.ipft'.*'Uttl ;jin4erpar! ,*is..t as ucb'IO as' i httnured iaad 'ftiIk
'esterda1t: ; J
in the Senate .. '' Af.l. the old Coatioental" dolf aH VlUA! layt'hes
; I .' fii'h'" U"L 1'1 )" 1'X'.flt 'f 11--.Utr.tJ) tlrHl jssoe was1 Not 6n tenth'.t n
d."h'N 11t. '1 1
e&tiol1 Cfd toJay.1tmOug'aU hich }&:.-hatl cIeJTorbiii P.bert! J8 ;tOCUVID'e popul1Ltiou ; ::4' rtln'.tUr.l.r1"a:'d"ma i :'." "t'ci1k$1iu ea8e, :" '." i.IIJg : \t thij, .. (IUthi4VbO oppose'every .;- I't'..Ii n. l> i fwQ'chllt d'd.. cf..,I..u/J"ou\, *ealthjfiC4 Ri itajifUi, *%1Le f-tt.--NortnV >*%(

r f. 'Tb''1BfD:yilw \"tt J'htid.*6'th6ughtttiaithW ,. : richespariofiha;,.scencehwjok \measure. tit defend' -., -, ',$',Southern. .-, -' '*4 Right' 't 'theiHeiief '' I' nqB t. .t1t'? 1 tq"t..J.b'tu.; 1-.1')1 J.lng) \ for '1ktIpeDg i I.tb. A mp! o-ru1,!

-.."', \/* ..j'p'I.elS" t e1 g1ver/questOti.a'shoet! :e,*4 ;f 1 1iai'rjt.11Hli'I.\i j J\rlbli"cf 1 1"- e, lib., .r"'i'> i. .. Jit, the,:North: ,continned: ._that ,, eirJileftiesT tjt:8ayaeiiditof the tion of feu9-vajAVw' which haf made "II '-'i-Bl
SS -
t W1U7..11 b.t&tatto ii about the'to'.RepubU eper4ence'i :1" \ !gy. trb; h In',eJ hgtncer'* (ree.soil- prin.thespnkersr .,: J!hriI, ;ai 1 fra'! i4 ui t t"c ;0nion fnemptyjo la'weaUfci Jobtb e!Mktr *J1cfJ wtal'jJBrf t

i be\ieyeih&.Dj whlcht ,pres1deat's1'm'cssagOO? ftd f r "'cfi r' "
t 3p b d'.nI n 'c t o gbt Mr t I. ,'J\.Ifu floaid ustve.'l' ") that .rr'.b'lf tiuibe 1a1i ,fi" i '.i.l. t jl iA !9 rlda.w1 lak,.tt" o."rr"' : VH. e then, goes ,on and sbowj ta t.tt." a e ,
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JIIlloInpeeclronlr ulf' !!tyvbuVm"doced d and aUUo of
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p fted i : e 1a .jaa that .I ln..tbeIrjudgep4flrsfityaudIwflOnmpcTt : l' --r; Il t; 'ti 1I'iililtGatl ..
l N T i
.1a1 : : 'f JJJ.lIl; E. 't .
a. ? mesas to which tift .
ID lbS. bP .0111, ., JJI".JII r Uitt.t! lTt1..QftiU.SIf .; .
withaduty of forty percent we cad'resort as a aafelMd'SBIT pmeitife for ; T ft. rn.i'W4ijkJ, ,, .. ,..... .. : .
pblai : 1i'jFii; ;' i .r --f J'.t .
131 Or'lxty_ BSJ butppoSC th 1 \ 1a1rida..l eli (R "a" TB&-t ) 'naa "Mlt..WR."; .
a:1'Tfn =

uld'yield we $I.e It to twthtlr r. .nt tl"the UtIonIe t'reae.tdait.t..Ytlt not wrth t.Hd* it.lJi1tth.ieii"f CC J aZtWfSfflt' ; 'A'v. _4 F .E 0. )&JoeebU'e1101r_'lti aWey8eIdnksf..c&t1'H1. __.__ ,
I1 yc .
ol1rtl'f'Seat tax )Ii t' 'l.a. Hf'.1''I1 ( ni>11JTfT ;rt .LL'tAt.EXDER .' 'ir ; ;
cen'1m &baa Toefcttheb1g'bid holy pnrposectpreser. : & I :.ri ;' _iGW1:

yeene "t thirt1 miIupuL.1tku2a4t I ting 1iolate the POlILhd n&1bssbti3bug GAt1L WAT,'Y d IiI. lurking ia. tie Wr t hiotJa'r1U :.
e1 '
tlsnnigh any ftIler- united theisoUeoMtes to J- -r... t ELIZABITJI.-1.1I4T.J-"
uuafrf ; .;
ibi: tfj
pre'fl'1 te C ITry Our Committee reconamrnd' :fall aid alrepreseotutioo *his thsnbIo the a.1 Fcb23d ;,; 'j
mijI'4. .J have not 1 a ge& ble Jacjynville, :'c' ::_: .
Del In which- puIpose.jtciing itIflSID3UflEbZt.th4the 'in:. : : he'.h.. t since andVould heAfommencwbu:to hia :t.:;iT; ,; .t U "; .J'A hnft..'.
tirgdmentfo. ,! ; *in this city in H832, state .cei
opted tbIStT112! patriots of;the tiouth may confer'und:ebon-, ., N'at .J ;
show =- fr.
to anclibe public geneUynEsak
i ,
bUflY wif\bt .
.di; olntJon.re\80ft to be f'riptened se1'itoptberfureferenc&which we.ttwrtjtstlycompUln tbtby, .well as;the ';its.,vicinity and 4he. .urroupding i country, 'Y1.wmleUa'Saturday: the tht.Cou 30th ds1otau'II Roue lo&hll ;' ".

At the Sourli his 'D1t mode imd-ttwur cj T .-DtI.'t1i: t-ti. <' l Ldnring: .his Utejrisit;London1. and Scou the rl'
aenselesCT7 ,of 4j3.Ion. eynwy C"a laws directs;TWO Hundre4'S
berpropertyby the ." thiaBolem -mini i remind our North.iri I ,!behas&acquired tariou*)iaaprovements .
tof .
:; entyAcrs'ofLnd the remainder the Xea|
bat on the eoatnry,that we have..etel'Jinr'o "brethren'of t1tbewithposterit :'solemn(reckoning awaiting t.,. ; \ with ."*, ..... ? TaDYING !* atate or.,'f1i;Estat 'fJa."LoDZ,:4eeeisod,

.encounge tomiiotam our rights ,if they' wilfnllyhorry. ., '&tBENCHCI ANING, sold toAy1h debtS Ofaid4Etate :Teia

incbin Bat ,gninsir, what doese into measures'which r shall 'fort rer"icier the \ : be trusta will eD&blebinst: -give seaeni 'halt shand hilt t.tTeuoDhta.redJt. n.. .
tbont Ctca keep up'a wMie "and North and the;South*.and ,ureI1.tt.ttim',8tremftinsamQDpt'them : ; : tiOD to.'aU.who. may'please'to favor, him land"Is situated'near|b1.town,and.known aa :

Editor mean by 8.d lNlU inva- any.sense1' of:jastice,\or .- th their'patronages. .. ,>f_,- &&. HungerenpIedbyCoLLD.Hrt.Harfshiantitio'fOTer. J,oc. *
.tans of defence from foreign : fealty to the Constitution, they J-'irilI forbeHr; f. Indies*"ailk and woolen,Dresses, Shawls,,&. .. .:."C, ,'. 4
ion F Does he join in tke boimon tnt, lest they'fan the smouldering embers i discob : ;, cleaned aidLdyuLvariunscolors;: i so1 as to I '.MARY'..LONG Adaa'0" .';'. :;

Northern help to keep down our tent into-.'blni that will consume1 the last Veii to : "I& ( tl ... _;.' .'. j:? :' 4.. 'PdatD1. VERNANDEZjAenL ;, .
need '. : .
hit: we woul.1. nsk, n*sibeNorth ever tiC of this glorious Union. "Wherefore/- : 1- ida Table Covers cleaned or dyed U nay be re 'lKbniYiltf"'Fet_ _, _23d. ._;,1850.: _'tdS : L,
lares When, 1 needed v:JZew/cerf,,That we lUlU with nnm ngled satisi :' ;?' T *>'_'' -" t* -ft, ..__? '.i < .
f Q4 red such art,or.the South it?- faction the movement of our Southern brethren ii-. Gentlemen's garments renovated in the same '' "> -. NOTICE. ":' :::-,?

Lnd if we were to as* HI*, have we not every to'swure on the part, 'of our!S6nthett u8taf&$ :style formerly4 so;as not Who urp. JV 1 OTICEIsi herebjgiTen'toail "qlD&i

believe that we would appeal to bitter : firny: united, and concerted action i in i'view;,of by any done at \he' North, or d,d.aI may \: -&**,'W'fwr weeks'from date! we will

ewon to and that the Blacks .i the imiiending'political danjrers which,thresjfen _required,. without. staining, i the akin' rr soil apply to the Hon, FelixLeTibMtonl'Judw :of
nemies instead of friends, us. .hit we hate witnessed wltn lhe"highest : :the linea: -V" : ?*' '. ll, "i.Ladies1 ., Probate for'the county of DttTa\for leave to tenthtfreal

reoU hare warm allies.In them, but any ap- gratification and the most unqualified tpprobatibb Bonnets, ', dyed, .black, :Cleaned,.'and Property belonging,the Estatt,of
of home invasion is unworthy of UBgcorobattedand 'the course pnrsned by our Senators:and Jl.1 ed ina-superior t1 e. iiV "* JamaJ.mea deceased,. or so much ,thereof"'u

ire'Jeason, which is never felt,.except Eepresentative in.Congress. in maintaining the 1 Ladies'.and.Gf 1tlf.r. ai", ::,Kid Gloves cleaned" ,- .'iin'be l arj V>pay.thtoat tandng5dehUof .1
old Interests of the' South, and for assuming the "*: 'the most:approved,London.fashion. said : ,
;,rehanw by some timid Editor or.nervous firm and decided position which,they now maintain ; Terms moderate '?, ,5 ,s_ ,' ,t .'. ;: JIAGAH,Ada*. l :
rom'in. If the Elitor of the Republican ItuID11uch with regard to the question which. is now 'N.'.'Orders from, Florida. Soutli.CaroUn. MABY ANN JAMES' Ada's.February .

misgivings let me beseech him to dis- agitating' the country. I ( the' interIor of Georgia,'wiirbe. .faithfully. 'Jacksonville. ,. :UJ'1850.. ." _

for really he is in no dan- Rtfolced, That the time, in our, opinion, has is : punctually attended._ to" '
:ir\l them at once, now arrived when, uthe argument having been ; !. : HEW 1 m AiAii
however : ; .
I 1 would not undertake t -'
liter ; police.
that ;
er from qu exhausted, it becomes necessary tor'the Southern
: ,
to iasure kim against the wrath and : SUtes take firm united'.and concerted S'IXweeks after date'I shallapply the BOWLING ALLEY' 1 t BILLIARD' "
Probate of'HiUsborbngh :
of the insulted white inhabitants action in this emergency ; and that as :the, best ly : :
liignation \ letters of Administration the Es %
means of bringing about this firm united aDd n ,, far on > SALOON &c. :
mistaken in the .
who, unless I am ; of OeorgeSi.PajM, late of said :county ,. -
'lorili. concerted. action, we cordially approve of the '' .-_ .
: .
't' .
I of will long teach him. d. ; A JOHN'DABLING. 1"- .
made ere
itaff they are plan.of a Southern Convention to be.held at is \ SUBSCBIBEB
Fla marlQ SQ.: t ; : has just.opened,on BAT
j veil as his illustrious prototype, GOT.Brown, Nash villain June next, as recommended by the Tampa. ; ; ,JL 48Taxxt, North, side, one door from the .
. tb tare been "weighed in the balance State. Mississippi seconded by the Statesof IVoUce.SlX'Weekf comerof- LUCKTT: street,. a
lut y Georgia Alabama South Carolina Virginiaand : "anff'date I shall apply to the BOWLING.ALLEY SALOoS
>; and that they hare been ; and BILLIARD }
md found wanting, .Texas, and that we concur in the propriety G.Wall,Judge of the Probate The establisament has been fitted ,entirely
uiling without their compass this time. of Florida being represented in that,Conven ;in and forth, County ofBenton, for let new, and is open for the reception visitors up at
be the' watchword tion. of Administration the Estate of Hardi-
Li'JertYl1od Equality tkeusual hours. .
Let .. .
who is NO TORY. Resolved That the proposition'of our fellow- I. Harrell. late Benton county, d deceased.
Tbr.Bar 1
every man citizens of Gadsden County for holding District ; JNANCYP.HAEEELL.March:16SO. ; .
Conventions, appears to us.to'be the most convenient ; : f' HASbeeutupplied with thectt<*cesiquori, :
DjV.t1COt1tY all Right. mode .of selecting Delegates to the to suit every palate will
Sale .Benton Co. :FlaI' be prepared with despatch. The delicacies' of :
Southern Convention nnd we therefore recommend ;
The Southern C.arenlien.A to our fellow-citizens of East and South ; ; SHALL expose for sale in front the CourtHouse the season will be at all times supplied:.- Oysters

-uo- Florida to bold primary meetings, nnd send : door of Benton County,'onTtherst, ,Partridges,Venison Steaks,'Ite,.served at ;
all and the .
Meeting of the citizens of the County of Delegates: to a Convention of the East and Southto in April nextwithin, ?: legal hours of hours on .shortest ..notice
favorable to the selec- be held at Ocalaon the fourth Monday of April the folio! wing-property,to wit:'Two ,.hun T.. Billiard 11..n. :
)aval heretofore called next whose duty it shall be to select two. ( nnd forty acres of land more of lets, being HAS been imported,expressly for the.How :
ion of Delegate to represent Eastern and suitable Delegates to nuite with other bele- ; .lie.E. t -of the'NorthWesti; :of Section 17. is'of the most beautiful constrno- :

Southern Florida the Southern Convention gates: that may be selected by the other Circuits : North_East: of Section 1 Township 22 tion, with air and India, .rubber cushions. {

o tit iiildi .V.islivilie in June next, having Florida, to represent our State in the' Southern Range 19 Bast, the property of Charles The ....**Pf.. m4 Bail. ;

aodnuoierouily responded to, as- Convention; the Counties to be entitledneipectively I, to satisfy! 'one.FL:Fa issued from the A BE also just from the workman, and every ;
t'eu i.argelj to as many Delegates as twice the Court of'.Madison county M.'F. in. la- 1'1.conYemence for the entertainment
.inbkd at ihe Court House in Jacksonville, on number of their Senators and :
Representatives of William Ware, this 18th Feb"1830. comfort of guests has been provided.
5 mr Jay .he sixteenth d.iy March, 1850,and in the State General Assembly.Resohci N. M. MOODY, i
*J :I cordially.invite the public to call, at "
That in accordance with the above
.. of J. McE. Baker Esq. was Sheriff. ,Benton Co.
,wa WU IOU organi this Establishment assuring them that I shall
resolution,we recommend the appointment of March 2d 1850. ids i
i*t twelve o'clock of that day,by the of selec- six Delegates to the Eastern and Southern Convention spare no effort to contribute to then recreation .

ioatfJ AU&SL DANIEL as Chairman and OsAR ,to be,held at Ocala and that 'said.'Delegates : Sheriff's'Sale,, Benton' C'-.t' Fla.I JacbouYi11i- GEORGE'SKIFF." ._ .' j'f'

: HART Secretary. have power to fill any vacancies that may : SHALL''expose for iaIeIn front of the CourtHouse -,February 161849. -. ly

rhl' hair having stated a- length the alar- occur in their body. i door Benton' county,'on. the firstMonday'in General.Orders,. < .. -
ResolutionS read 'J.lcR. $ '
situ tbn of the South and the jeopardy TheFreamble and being ; April next, within the'legalhou'rs ExECUTIvE DKPASTXIST; ''ITcmauee
ntajt Baker and .Augustus C. Gillett, Esqt S of 1 11e.the following property to, wit; One hundred February 1-1 sso.A.NeiectiotiJierebyor4eredtobebei4in. .
)f be Union, which had occasioned the present moved their adoption, which, after having, been t and sixty acres of Land more or less being : -
motion of the Honorable Felix discussed at great length, were, upon a tote of .
b.eLivg,upon the North West #of Section 23, Township 21, .l1. the Second,Diviaion the Florida MilK
Cotuaattee uf was appointed the meeting, enthusiastically adopted. BAn s.-1h..property or'111cbael. Shoolts. to ,
Liiaun, a ax -1 D ihe first Monday _in April. at the .
motionof the Hon Felix ,
Whnreripon, on Livingston t.wo F|. Fas. issued from Court
Hatiafy Justice
.. c
b? tbeCutir to drift .and report a Preamble it Wli!. of HillJ oroulh' countyin favor of Thomas'P.Kennedy'served places appointed' by' law for the election of Conn

uij P.wj-ilutwus expressive of the views and .I It" Resolved, That_the,Chair select ani appoint 'by' John BOy$, '.Constable Mid ti Officers Divisionto, % 'a. Major General,.to.command .

.WJLeciiizn of the County of Duval subject to the cpprovnl'of,this meeting, six Del-' a of Bentoo'county;'and returned to me,for sale, 11.che.Yacancyoaicned: : by t.
the in theE resignation of General Jesse Carter.. ,* '.
sates to represent County ofDaval
Ibii18th Feb. 1800. .
.11.1, : .Ue lIa'a&c-u'-OusquetitiQO which they were istern nnd southern Convention to be held at II'i- N. M. MOODY Officers commanding Brigades, Begiaenta..
c.alieJ to<\'aIvr.. JJpoa further mo ion of the Ocalrt, contemplated in the last resolution. Sheriff 'Benton Co., Battalions, and Companies, within the I limits

aJilUo.ille Felis Livingetou. the Chairman of Upon which the Chair selected, appointed March2dl50. 'tds as said Division, are,hereby required carry
into effect this order
within their
and submitted to the meeting-which selectionwas
this Meeting w... JIJt'de.abe Committee nsllmruuu : '
cordially approved by the meeting-the commands and make.returns.according to,.law.
thereof. The Committee wag then ; following named gentlemen, to wit: Sheriff's Sale,Jenton Co., Fla, It is also ordered that those persons who acted .

arranged! follows to wit James M. Daniel, J. McROBERT BAKER, BY, virtue of a writ of Fid Facias issued out of as Inspectors of the elections held in Octol

Felix Livingston Samuel Spencer, Thomas OSCAR HART, ( tbe Circuit Court Benton, and to me directed her ultimo- :.for County and Military Officers ,

Ledwitb James Winter Charles M. Copper Albert ELIJAH BLITCH I have Levied 'upon and shall: expose for also act as inspectors of the election_ abov cr| .
FELIX LIVINGSTON, : : sale in front of the Court House door of Benton dered, J.

G. Philips. CHA.RLE< P. COOPFR' County within legil hours of sale on the.first Ke .-lt shall.be the. duty of the person :

The Meeting then took a recess until half and COL.JXHN BEOWAttD. : Monday in April next the following property] holding the' ,elections,,in the various-Company
to'wit One hundred and fifty acres'of land Ihstricts to give ten days notice\thereof: :1
post two o'clock for the purpose enabling the 0 n motion of Charles P.Cooper, *q. : U
less the East of South'East three of the most public places in said District! '1
Committee to a report in accordancewith Buolced, That the thanks uftbti'meeting be, more or ;being % V, ;!
prepare '
returned to our ChLirmla.fOt'. the able dignified i-. Section 24, Township i Range 19; and West THOMAS BROWN, } "J
the above notion, when the Meeting rea&seinbled and impartial manner in which'he has pre. : M of South Weet J Section 19,Township Governor end Cosiander-vt-Ckif J

and received from the Committee byCol. Kided orer.'th*deliberations of this meeting : Range 20 f also one quarter Section of land'being February 2, 1850 8t. :. .1 !

Spencer,their B.eport as follows to wit: and that the thanks of the meeting be returned. West k' of North West } SecUon 29.. I
and East of North Eiat of Section 30 IOAGNIFICEKT 'LOTTERYI
3 ,
PEE M BLE. to the Secretary for his services. : ; }f ,
On motion of the Honorable Felix Livingston, j Township 2!, Range 20, the'property of James One grand Capital .f. J ., : .1
The Committee .ipjwiuteJ ta draft and report HHymaa and Jeremiah M. Hayman to satisfy a

.& 1're.inible, an i Resolutions expressive it w.is.Resolved. That the Editors of ojr be Fi. Fa.in favor James L.Took,this 18th'Feb. $1QOOOQ-a1soOOO$3OOO$3Oc., d
ih.-fuwi uu i frciiu s uf the citizens of the requested to publish the proceedings papers of our 1850.' .N. M. MOODY, And 250 prizes of$,. ., { i

(Com y ot'Daval at ou the momentous question. meeting: and that they be furnished copies of ,Sheriff. ,. Benton. County.. VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY, \
whIch aueoibled consider
thy are to respectfu'iy March2l85O. "tdll'
the for For the benefit of
: proceedings publication. MonohgaUa Acadesay, ,
The rejiuri occasion an- the circumstances under die.On motion the meeting then adjourned xme J Sh riff' Sale. Class D,for 1850.- .. ; '' .j

hich we are auemb.ed are of no ofdioar.vchiracier. JAMES M DANIEL Chairman.OfcCAfc Y virtue of a writ of Firi Facias issued from .To be drawn at Alexandria;,Va, oa'SatUMa1.
as the q ivsuuns this day presented : HART. Secretary. 4 : : B'" the Circuit Conrt ofAlachna county, I April 27, 1850, under.the superintendence I
for consilenuionure those which ID.'T ultimateJyretult ', hive le>ieil upon*and will expose for sale before' of Commissioners. '
in the severanceofthese now united the Court'House door/In Benton county,on the U
Hlaripn County Bight J.. W. 1iVRV C..,
.II. M.
uJ h 1 ppjSta. A question so momentous t' first Monday in April':tiext,.within the legal 'I
aunt we reviewed by the puriut with any utb. ThE Pontbrrn'C.a. ..II.a.uo .' : ;.hours 0.11e the followingnuned pro eJ1TjtO. 78 number lottery-13 drawn ballot'. /,
*r.tl1&0 the liTelicstuud deepest interest, uitd twit:. The E.-' of S. *.U of S.35, and the W. 'aPz.uBlDjScu E .i.I ; 7. S

alE Oe acte.l upon whh na other thin thefflJtt At a meeting of the citizens of Ocala and 'vicinity % of the 8. W.% of S 36, levied upon as the 1 roagsificeni'capital of .. su, :ii.

sincere neure for the welfare of 4>ur com. held the of March motion prO{.*rtyof James M.BIt, to satisfy an'Exe- 1aplandidprizeof. -. :." ZOJOOG.. I
on 13th on
moa country. We need nut attempt to conceal ,; : cu iou in favor. of Stephen'Pagan.'. ., i i,- d 0 -.,";. :; '30,COt
poxs'icg events or extenuate the aggressive nets Col. Mitcbel was called to the_Chair; in a lucid ., ; .N.M.MO.ODY,. v '1 da 20,000 ; ,

and measures of our Northern brethren upou manner he explained the object of the,meeting I. ,., Sheriff, Benton Co. ,1 'sdo. ., ,15000 ,
: ._ 1i
the ,ad, the ulerexri; and the feelings of the to be to ,respond to the suggestions(the : .Jarcb2dS50.. ; I tds, -I :do. : -, ,.:.tr.. -. -J, 5G : .'': .. :._:_ ', .
people of the South: and your Committee acknowledge i 30' do -; ; /5,000 .lr(':: '.:" .' '
with the deepest regret that 4iti- publication i designating Ocala.s ft convenient i ; : : ;Ti1/v.' (Sheri 'sSaIeYirtn.offivewritofiYacia' 250 ',do:(lowest 3-Dumbunri.-'ooo. ;).. j

lions of a itectionU ch iraeter have produced ,- place for.t.he.meeting of Delegates,from the.different ; & : $ issued i 65 prizes. s of :-." *- "- %*i -- 500 1 i

lien Ltion and estrangement of feeling'uac1l1eut" counties of East and 6outhFloridiforthe : : /i 1 .from the Justice Court ofBenWueouuty1 64. do '- .- -,'- : .., ,309-
Inetl&4m0ng a people who from a common origin purpose'selecting representatives to the ; J I will expose''!or.l4 before .the' Court House 65" ...do .- "f:r. :- .* -. '200
should lUte '
LUll interest blinded drops lute Convention be "held in ; :door, in JJenton.Coutioo'the first Monday in .65' ..dor. '- --S i" 160_ t I
proposed >outhfrn tot .
iato Ou our .we and *
mingled one. pan aver. April next. within the legal hours of sale; the 910' td& 80
declare before Heaven that we hold' the' Union Nashville in'Jun'e next. : 1
i following named property levied upon by Tho. 27,040'dC .' f- > :* :40'Tickets
of these States above.all price, and rather xh.m On motion'J.G.Eeardonwu, requested toact j ,B. Jackson,'.Constable of Benton county, as the ,540-Halves 'S20QUme1'l'IID'i.

leek sever.the bond :woich ha. for more' tblll1u.1C aa'Sethetary-ofltbe Meixi&Mr. 'Ac. ,- :property of.John' W.;'Biggs, to astisfy'undty.Ezecutlons Eightb1S5. 4 4
a century united a free prosperous, and ; in favor of Thomas P.Kennedy,and Price certificates of packages,in the abort.
will-submit' to J. Paine offered the following:
happy people aggreassion '
Wnx S.Brevertiwitb:4i.W.4oS.7T..25: i, Magnificent Scheme,as ifouows.: >
cppression injuryso long as submission UpONtible fitrilitt 1 That a Comiueeof five beappoin- ..
:ft.2b J- .' It)" :1l'-iM.1MOODY: certificate of psckagtf of 26 whole :
and until forbearance ceases to be a ted by the Chair to. suitable resolnuonsapproving : 1- 2 Sh Benton;Co nty., .. ? ?
-t :* v' ;'; tic'J. : -' S300.00Db 2
.: .
Tine,. *the.1 sentiments'i of our 'Bepreseotattves ( '
March 2 1850.. tds ; '
( :001 ,28.halves 250' J
; t 00
With a generous confidence in the integrity in Congress] express ed'in their letter-tohis ) j .' ,. ;
.. 4 3Noitce. Do 4d .26quirteia 123OOD :! .
: .
of the North,and anabnling-liope'that a.returning Excellency, Go v. Brown." 7'c '.
I months after ante r shall present ac- : do 1eeiihtbi625aAcertificato .
justice would compel them to render : my ,
to sense the Soeth their just
hesttated to ado t ny mode or [measureof redress. .. be aiM, J
Battbe evenU' of a few months past and T tesoluunn being adapted._the Chair appointed ; diadiarge'as Administratrix of D..Ferris, by the1 twentysix3ickctsnamedtberd .*. ,
especially. the developuieuU of the preselit.ses- .''Messrt Tilne; :?i y 'l :Hth142Getthi&n4 ;: : deceased,. v :h' SARAH P. FEBBIS.J&cksonTille :Certificatea of halves. ,quarters,'and. e hthi,in ,

.dou of Coup ras,convince>us.that compromises remedies I.- . f'P, ''1ie-, -'.Dr 1. I.' l.J cl"' {c. .i.-I.' i. Jnnuaryi9i850.,... _iff : =.: zic scheme is e'.cf the aoct at.tractive .. :
*&, inefficient -' '
for f4b paper.
: by the demazozue and the pseudo philan :' ,;;0tt motkm,.tbCikiraian was added;'to'the !ATtpBNBYTVAYIlfQ 48ELLOR, ;tA" ;veil worthy of the attention .
Qropiat.11 r Committtee: <# ?-i i" ** ',; t %?. : lowest prize that. can;be draw .by 'ti '
Tour the _. -' -.. 'to ... .,-,, L ; removed his;office f'r Columbia having?on;{t three;of,the jirawn nnmbera, !'
Oommlttte will' not here rehearse t i ; 2tr, iboreceu the 'tb 1at.h ." Jtl,.County to;Jaeksourilley DuTal County. $ )1)L' ". I
Vong1,insults,and iiijuriee;which'have{like C1i ( : informs his friend has : ? '..
r ; 'DiQf 1 thejfcHowing Bewiu- respe tall *thai he associated !j'Order.for ticket and shares and .

)w-ionPelionr.,this been b&ck pUed-ou tlle'80utbbf1e&ut would detain i tiou:.21 .i r '(1.it"j.j.. .- .. : : with h im.bi the' practice of-,'-,Law.., hIS ..of packages/ thd;abore;magnificent.ctihem.
too k rS.'JV&jrDWo'TbI'finDY
us Ho the going dx>wnof the son-. V *te&olTtettelt V.VtjrlR3.5BO :U?ia.'x.te; : : !bfoth', ; .be:;repreientedevery t. dr Dd ,l will the drawing be'promptly P.attended be.sentimmedUtely to and an'ooun aflar,it*of_u. S
In view of.these facts the.qur..iollnatural TUhiiM00Jtbe111tO :, ; .
; ; -term of the Circuit Cocrt, in the aereralCounUes I' all who order tickets froa us
jy.preatuts'itself the eaquiring 'mihd'vix-= JOY:BroW under l retl or.P bi rit18 v a" .' } : : bf.the Eastern Judicial ClrcolL Thot aver 'may.1. iC.'JrlAt1BY'iJ't .ill

u nut the Cnion.already dUalved .t We answerThecdupact '\;far'as ;iirecotnmeuds"ttfcion'and envrxetieaction untyof'HamUton', in tho.'Middle Circoit :,. "Address.-. H'14,. 4 .. ,. ,

ol'. has been breaelftd by' one in the Southern tiiates.iaeets our hwrtyod "I '.The'6opreme Court; arTallahasse&. .ihe: tJ ., 2 :l'i_,. "
putT,bat forbearance and submission been apprubal1o, bileivingM .e do t.hucombhi : : UliEcourtat Bu tii; ". ;,' J,. ,.L', Ji. "1-> .

laeaaiy retort by tbe-cther. Another inquiry' .uwell ft&d wisely.directed resistanee on the ;, U1 1n_:enustd i th rwIIt fi.ft'm; .Jf'rt..G' ..''T <.'

fP* : uionnt interest*;Bi'.'.'theTJnionbe. .. part'of the Seutli'profflptly developed,,maywUleventnally'sTicceea'in'srresuag $. .rvcpttten.Icfl., ; : ,l
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,t J r, of the Atlantic _-_..-. __,_..,_....._.__. ._._. 'J.I' S and I is now t1i reopened for the-t. pi Q1f.! 1blp.ny. t a I S S 1.b ifr'h\t J.fH'j'e
? -r. ( .- ?" .f. 1') J.r r l $ ::}; dJn
f') fir: ,]apply, for : :f : .WlLkBE OPENED ON .Tbe well earned repntatiotf which this Hotieiftiivtu1 I c S i'l rbi\ j

,: S It Company, at the .in J n nesbut9o'clQCkJ\.M, bft !A ,< J It' t* the>.utfDti A t''Af the' r>n> an"t d I 4 iol trrenoua1Tt 't'1 otte ttlJ'
ral Assembly! of Flot i i1 e'E.ait.'Fio'i ta.: '5I ,"Htt'J, ,. J Qmt i Ap
ii prvprietOrt sas'tAi t }';'t 'J) tot :.111t. 'tI9) 'i ,
November !t4 1SG. t
; rooms will be;fitted'up'for the1c. ';1 E'veir .ccothzodtI nLwilltbetxtende4 I d. 0II ""lf.1t:11 f. t'. Jr1.4Kt.s.t.f".t.:

f; Land, For S ; ofjoung Lads'dbd. :,Mzsseswhere, iuests:14 InYIis.ttnTeI.lers! ; >'and.i others ''will-; I t

fl : instructed. in' the*Elementary tnd find this'hou e< irable.1' '. It situated fadoe $ 0

1 I !$ estot an Engh8h"Rnd'cll\2: lCll the i souths; ; _with.d),rkpiaziii4. 175 J feet: J long.: 9 I 1 L: Ct ii .J.t.' :* #t" a2$7yi

and'-young';:men'will be;fitted 'for with court"yard in front; and rotte1ed",1rbUl- :fJps: .To NAi Jl'f.4 PARJM-vif.aacafcJ its
F I1HIS. land, a professional life]'in the-Latin and. .' I4.ft and speedy cure i
northeast wi nds. The root are eligibly situated \' fa
:JLr; in SilillD n's < ? foVtheorlcansesi ii l fril'iJ\1r
and in and
-Philosophical large and1ii-rflki! building fixtures, &c- AW f '! aE1'AB ) i NDt s
f1'V f
\ distance i from the pie. : ] sciences. c *> c J- bevng'oeW. :TJie,Hoose built of wood,is lathed .' .. "l'.n f.,rl _:1..1'.jM1 .Ji } .H" ,H S. !"t..2 matn 'W bieMhe1e J Ofihfttj

I Tampa.' ,. About .rr".ara'I' :. t J and plastered &;:'-111'Word. it is built.expressly' mllIgl uVlJED,U 1N 'was,prepared by a.regulair J productdiby.attonee irreglarityiccfden1 .
S been in cultivation : .t v, Physic*? in and is the result.of an exten* 0
will be dh.ided.1nt four for the purpose; ."3 I ,( .lH"1 .1111I l. :1rti1&s
warm, light anti of quarters' With s sive.practice of".evejMl, ye sin, 'a; bilious,'d\\ NQt .mlJ' CUD .be,. nore 1'l 'rl ID. JIIlrz '
weeks each with ,vaca- ?! ; theranyadvantngeajCombinedt Nthe > jl' 1'"I" yI
intervening ;; ; 1'fjt.
known ; i ''' .
for its large .irs JuVis ussthoe nwite. f"t)hos 1.ho_Tjave.used. j jit theinselvtPStorseen "J o.-atlt g utcts .cn I e L ..n t t *
will J
day hivetwosessionste first present proprietress. ;
I- The water is soft anti J salutary; ..' ectsauppn.6thfr8toeed no s n !aJr1ftnlJih; "alid'lt!ittdtttftt'Jh f '
exertions : l
patroriiziigtlie tbuse tharher ill
AL and'the second from 3 5.P.
: to
dedly healthy. ', be'toplease?-;r .3 bn *"" i"t'f' -"""...- ..'t farthe' evidence pfits great;julue TS.The health becuice.rtt&et's nd .: J1 O1.nUon
could be got, ajacent ;mornings: will'be appointed to of thousands hisabeenPfrft"c tll iTwtoreditbjithis \\t.I j jnfluciice.1t Ji t
English composition and'declama S i Very,respectfully, *d. cj.3i' t. : : jj V MtJitl: jl firU
ing cm a plain of .. 'E1PPR1ETQR radiciitf j wJen,;otberi-rmeAJliea, r hate. nervflefsness.. .oi the iviLiile irb&.cilkVii'ilIt
: is good. in the -- S I' { "- f' i ; f t failed Ita ta ausptjBd rtn'e .II J'tU.LUfit
range St. Oct. 20 1849.1 ;, operatiqu .s pimply great U ;
Augustine _
first terra will be received '
nc pupil
priaries which l\tt r.: near the beginning, the'session,, N. B. Attached to the house,5 is'fi 1 'sf bllD".t: the: disease:foi ji: me, but:to .purify the;j8tejn JIuof bVex}:
in convenient : i carriages: horses b atst'ami'(*Hfix ,andrestoTejt.tpgoundandpeifectbealth. d delicate nature.1 cer'.ca\ta t
for }less than poniesj2
one term. '
.pasing beauty. The Tuition.' and cure of fever, -nnd ague and otlierdUeTises. i ,of : of ciises! have Leez.reertdo

by' application. at Key "Arithmetic,. ,$6.00 Boot and "oc's.oa'r: ., ; bilious limates'j" may "e.hndgrLtti! of Jlre u"% *' JJ1t'TOU'NEt\D\/ .Jfe Leig'Mj

; h studies,. r 8,00 THE SUBSCRIBER taken> !.rsJg ed.\fit I' f" : tresstnl:by iwe kne sa iud JjenetT417dtWlI,{ s*
: Dec. 1, 1849. and Classical studies, 10,00 m .his having ,Also; numerous certificates from men of,'tiehighesttrespectubility WJiff riDg cent UJl JyI.cJ: J JtJid .
.residence in
; the price of tuitiou according the .t1.IptJdlIiI, up permanently I testifying! difBcuItit
) to/.tae great 9 u1I& !"Y
) : :
BL.AI \ (( ed will, be' expected i in advance 'l" &t !Jacksonville, respectfully, ioforms O1tbIS wedmcmne has .
the piiblic tb now
at the IiI of each term.. preparedto c tt1t9, .f. .?. r.'ti v \ heimng it e'C:DJtrifJ; M fiii t1 a ni it
Oritisli ( ; .be provided ,in, Town nt reasona branches.srl.on the As Boot he andrShoe obtains all,business his, niiterials *. .f. T.O..HOU1ES: &iQO.;, described .oltaiued a'.Lottlt,cl j i br 1

OWING to the late % month, for Pupils from .the'coun- from (w.tork' be will be enablel'tofurnish' Agents for Jacksonville and Vievntif; c garsaparilla .and.lollo*td. ,the! ; itck.jgave
revolutions among the ; and Guardians, who 1aY.tIE- directly custom work at much'1 JacksonTilIe, Feb.24tlS49. 6m > me. In.a short erjicU ien.uedh.u
!hive followed each themselves of the facilities of this a 'Iterprfce'anuf; plaints and"mtpml "ler' to h ulth.giiffuFfor Fi'J'"I
than hitherto
sion, and( of which 'tk : for the education, of their children superior'utility iD:8' been. .O\YNS D'S., :COMPOUND EXTRACTS 'thV'bVne'fits'' 1ie 'feceiTtd 1"' 1'hi
accessible i to his fellowcitizens. lIe tfosts that'
ding periodicals of : invested with to the health, comfort and jitroige aleadybeeiiextenIe4 -
A ensure mending Jo the
public. .
to him and f for which he t ketbisoect- This Extract!is ; s1tisxtii2scheaperpleainter v jja.M
known. They knowledge of all ,who may be D. MOORE. of &
sibn"to ei-e thanks 'will'be"stIU ; cor. Grand. Ijdilbany
return his sin
s warranted : '
t tween the hasty, I the care of the Principal. '1 'r-. "+ su ,Aug. 1 S4'1. u* t+.
continued.Repairing. sold. It'Cures'diseases rvilthoiit i
perfect records of the i RUFUS( K. SEW ALL, Principal p rior'to'u1' (
orate and.ponderous in town. ,will'be expected to of all I kia i I ls:,executed! With neat: vomiting(purging.,sickening r/e//i/ro w"the patient TEEE4xnM4u4
by the historian at and desks. Chairs are recommen- fcess and despatch, directly opposlte.theUILLtAltV' l ,and is'piirdiJuhrl'udtt'pteJ t' 'roa' ". c"This ifra t 6fiiiizijii'illz i lii!Ie \l "

: reads'these SALOON_ in'B.fy'Street:''i15 '1'T *FALL 'AtiD' WINTEH MEDICINE., lyprepareil I :in 'reftirD' e t fe I'ftJe ttirl 0
[Republican copy.1]. 5'- I v>! BENJAMIN 'tf:} MILLS. The' Ko female who'has
t connected account of ; } tt" '' great;Beauty usujei4ori of Ibis Sarsaparilla reason tosnIcsesbeproachiugtbatcm1tiaiperiodiLetrn &
,I JacksbhTille/SeptJ Stli. 1649' jJn '6ro' 'over all'other edit."J'i&; ii era-fl Its
events of t e old ; '., S S .. oil.
t t learns the various iI 'l'EL.llliJJL ; -5--- rR. kI' '\J 'dicate'sdisease,' vigoratestie ghould neglect to.lake. if,as jt is a.cerialsventi've

by the leading spirits 1&, REID. A. ; CO.MESSRS.R. ; .. I body consumption cured, for"isny of th'e buke'iow nod hch 3t
-S 5 diseases which iito
can Publishers R., REID & CO.haying: i .leas- cteaandeirengtben. fcwnleire'subjecta1t
renewed attention to taken lease 'and the; buildjngs'aUucheil i 'coniii ptiOn5anbe' cured, time of life. This_period ircy delayed i
h.iving a
: bronochitis.consumption, liver complaint) several years by sing tbis aedicine Zcr1
and the very low Hotel Mr. are now prepared in; connt'ction.wdh.! their .
formerly occupied by
'coldsVconghSy'Catarrhj: .asthma spittingofbloddj l less valuhble lbr'thole'Vhb" aifrwomnnliood u
( red to subscribers. ,GOQUs UARPIVARE
; solicit, a eontiott4tion of ; -
; AND \ ;soreness l in the chest, as i it Calculated. to oisist j L..i
:! list, viz: patronage which h.lS.hith. r !MISCELLANEOUS. .3ST4BLiSHS: S hI
'hectic difS
sweat by
this well estab MENT to do a GENERAL flubiiight 7 ; quIckbgtt1fbfcliLt&fiviritjDgsystem.
i upon known '' '
1 'cult profuse Indeed,iB hicaTcTne. is intalnableil} )r
BUSINESS ;, expectoration
,, .
In order the better merit it i .
to '
they ? : ';
THE EDINBURGH > ; all:the.disea.
I : pain ea to wLich 1tJr.fJ tiij"lfc tM
Their charges established by the 9ATa&
and the
thoroughly repaired : S x It-bracts 1
thesi'dc the.
THE NORTH i adopted many !improvements to nah riites. :. a < ,. ., : Sin ,1&c. "hole syfteni:rcaeva exiutentlyttlie '-
THE % health and comfort of their guests. ,They tire. .he Agent? -or'4heU." S. ,Ulail 5-,: have and. natural cnirgit.Ly:r.ccrkv&f< :545 S
n ls of the house ,will.certainly i Steamers at this place, and are:;now enabledto S can be SProbablytherneverwas impurities the fthe body-not' t o far stfn.ulot' 5
1'- cured. sy'stc as to produce.a sulicquiiit rejig
that"the table,will be offer ev BLACKWOQD'S % : g un. ; tioc vbich is' '
a remedv that has the case ci nest rilediducs 1Q
and.the Public ,
j ,
The above of t an, experienced ?? been siTsuccessful i in .for female ,
whose aid'they flatter themselves Goods consigned to their care will be received j : : :desperate cases ofconsuniption Weuvcsabddieztse. of fI, >.'.c..
| York, immediately on as thfs it cleanses and the DJSE.41OF,7BE. l1E..ABT L71
t and forwitrdedwitizdespatch. ; .
be rivalled Hotel I i in the ,
in by any_ .1 .P ;
steamers .
a gyetl-iD.lnnd"ippmrs to heal the ulcers on the TU.:4M: iUcy. .
Their.store'O e and WafeUouse situated .
I i now enabled: the constant steam -
by ;
\ white piper, and are with Savannah and Charleston S convenient the.Wharf. !lungs, and the patients gradually regain. their 1 1\EWLiOUXJUl7' 218S4IL .

JI i mls LMackWOOtl'd : advantage of the fine markets of .Palatka" St."John's. Kiver: E. F,. January 13, usual' health and strength.dUlithU.&cASE! . 'TowisiND.Jear; 'liT:' 1\,5'1fUe-' _
unifc Of the 'OF .been \; .(d. with .a. dwcr.te.of the lUft
1849. ; /. ;i ,
In addition to the bu -
they bring Yac1ii I
In these periodicals with ,a terrible
;:Therejs7scarc'ely a day but there rojtwcrjitcr. Cfucn jus;
passes .
of which ,
f moderately, though to judge e better manyyears the means,; of will at- '" ', ( 'L' tJlj .-j.>". .&. ,,C.'O'' .: l nuber. of cases Consumption reported\ thVgrea'terparf of"the) tinr?. fcbe, litate.
sed of the three troubled with \
great cured by the Use uflir.Townst' d'8 thcrtnns ol tieath tttj) jrcitfe:
,wants of those who visit the mild 1,11EoS1t$.*HOLMES & CO. havoi:removed arsapui4Jia.hfullo.ing
ry, Whig, and : ; I ; T ,received turing tLeLnrtVliih-! -It ti : 1'u11'
was recently :
for the purposes of health 1'.1." theii stock of tMerchandue.i ;to:the .
4Londou Quarterly ". jTjowsisENjDear I"fFo theflast. trussing, iud .bi.s Jn'vtiitly' lc Review" Whig; and fortnerlyoccupi d by the United Stated 4j ve her led.. 5le: itttuie
tfatee\years have ItehaOiicttd with' t'nel.uloid' .jtstciy J'
which the cli
Liberal The -North reputation known as the GovernmentiBi1digi7hthave | $ and Me tried
the estimation jie$ and{ nervous consupj)ption of .the last:: severe. airiest eveiyJiVncsuch ., di h:
establishment to .the :. possesses in : added to ltock.by-the.late arrivals j cases with Itit little] '
'tie';aud'dM not expect to ever'gain i n health Itti ft. tUrn I ti k:
i faculty for the,cure of consumption front New,York. af911:tuientoi\Dry leeds .hud
movement in Scothm at all After 'goIng through a COUf5C'of mWi- taken: but ( lottlts of )CUt exctSutnicdicice
4 views en any one of : : diseases, has induced a Groceries, ; Hardware, .l ron u os.L JF.,,$? cin u dWthe care of some of the icost distinguished iLewz.s*ath ely.nlkeci. ot tie dftui
I it of travel to this State, during the which they are prepared .'to ,sell at wreduceUprices. of the heart
, hum'in knowledge; : td the h&s aln.
regular i hysicums and members the 'c ititure to
l mouths;: of.t1 ose who seek the JT 'V' / *
i( Dr. Chalmers, and I3t _4 v S / Bourdof Heiiltb; New. York tirelydisqeumtd.
; : in .
: ducted by his ) by i> miller atmosphere,- and in .They are now.prepared.:,to purchase Cottqns.Hides 'Flie hi.s al! hud\ the itrd
the drcpy
aridspending: most ia wes
of triy
fact the subscribers h lye determin : earnings
t with Sir David exertions, merit the and: othe'rproduce oft the o !aJaflC atrthehighest C ,'(regain .n y.health,ann reading much 81fDUen.w\\ h.d.LO iUen that *he cot

ter is of the very : to 'patronage Market jotes.andmate: cosh .t f .in Borne piper of your SareaparillaJ resolved i be.!0 Ltnefiud' as the.Ijd tmh b (Iiijlig
minster," though rel't be' bestowed upon them shall be o u cVnsSgnmepts to, their.tViendau,in SavannaJjand.CJiarieslqnVrNew it. of di e)!(!. Lut it Iff.is&tK it D
: rd to toil or York.T / ,to try .An '.usb gsi bottles. ,1 found i it 9 r jcis r,tl
expense.BUFFINGTON ,
S : is published in & 'COX. .j K -, HJ..? dpne.me? gr at5gg 1,1aiii1 called.to see. you at pear, relifvid htrcf tLt diqiy J tn.iithat' .
"Foreign Quarterly They,havVa. new article "Wrought Ir9n office;' with.your advice and do "iliii 6t, tfir etUs' to' stviifcln.cst l" a te tlUi
y ; kept on
Oct. 6 1849.: tf ;
Ploughs: to which they wouM respectfully call
of : .
ing in fact uniou like Ccticn. Lut it jF.
1"'t"Charleston' .Mercury and the 8a- the attention: Planters. Ill heartily thank youiox'your.advice.. 1 persevere : r.e\nthl.1ufjttlC:
ly published anl ? reality. 1r.S1i .iirilla'i .
) >
< iu taking he 8ursnipiirillannd have been utdli.1.J .J
will the ;
) please copy J Jacks Nov.6/ I
tles. It has, 1846.tf'1 able to attend to'my"'usual labors for the last uaole medicine atd tLccld le..tjt 1f', .

4 combination: efunitill :- Lnnd, ,'.1o'S', j. 'I.,' ;' four months and 1 hope by'the blessings of God one that is 'stifferirigl&s' Ve JnebtlJ.. n j

I, t ires of both as > and Sureaparill! to continue h ltlth.It disbelieve t bis licccdthry: ie ti 11It11call '
Law Notice.JACKSONVILLE n FOR SALE, between nine nd ten thou your t my -
Four copies of any August 21, 1849., ,S ,sahd)acmbf Land, .situated 'in"Nassau helped me beyondthe expectations all that at my house und have ccuLr dciLidCfetruia"

will be sent to one left the State', for, California. '1 County, partly near, 'Nassau:and partly'near St.M knew my case. .CHARLES'QUIMBY.Orange 0 8JFf5FecUu y,: ': ._ (, ,47
for '
ular subscription ; transferred; my business to; Col. iryV Rivers, being portion of the Waterman &sex: 9.N.J'2.A g, 2,, s47.1' VILLJAM' .TOTTEEIJ.' M U' 'n n.f V \MI ti

r being gratis. who will, conjunction with, Grant. The above' is heavily timbered"pine Slate ofNeiD,Jfrsejf, Essex.Cpvnty, :..-Chas. -

:: .all unfinished business to land, conveniently situated upon'watercourses, Quimby being 1j sworn,accortlfngtq.Jaw, on DYSFLPSY.f''
:. nis Oiith 8itbthatThe -..No flnidor medidine h ever: been d ra.tn'
For any one of the four with the exception. of About five hundred acres ; foregoing statement is
For any two, L claims in my-charge will be at: o ,he'TI .hlimmQck land upon the St Mary's true,according to."-the best. of his knowledge and $ which.? nearly resen-ljes. jb gt-ri4M!

For any three, myself in connection with CoL I.River The whole or any potion will .be sold b, 1itf.;,. : : : C')AS.:QUIMBY., or saliva' jn dectn-icsiD k-odiiid' BtrI1gtlJ
For all four of the Col,Charles.& Sherman, of..Wash. cheap for cash .Apply to. 4) < ', Sworn l and'subscribed.to before me at Orange, orgjiny" of dfgegticnSarfaparilLn. tit1i.j rt't i\'

For Bbckwo.l'l1 every.effort,W wle by jointly. to II WILLIAM: HICKMAN.JaclcspflviUeA1aTch.tL1S4L..4f ., the '2d.. August,.1847. CYRUS. BALDWiN, oeitiTdy'rorex every casi.

For Blackwood:and (to a successful result. 1 haTe i' : Justice of theFea'TIVO dJ'fpef8.a, ho'5enritnte.r chtonjc. ,.,1

ForBlackwooJ collect. the money due on these:: I' ., : BANK. DEPABTMENT,AiEArv,'iiny I0i84i: j

S be made .always preferred to have hut-: : I Now :BpblcsiJUST Nc\v Books'lIL CHILDREN SAVED. I/a. TOWKSEKP fir.1 baTe.Ucn'afi.icw

Paymexitto may.be.appropriated pl.iced in the ,' Received. and- for sale' by the subscri Very few families indeed ia" fact'we have for several years with di -ltlria hi its, u 4

Remittances paymaster, such-as.the'parties i -J tl \ ilt .> At 'if 'i *? 'i .not heard1of
be addressed 4w select' after the aid of their re- i.; THE CRATER VULCAN'S PEAK, :: I\Sarsaparilla time lost any hi1drenthe. : .pasts appetite, extreme hcartlcrn, aid .'pill
always GREGORY YALE. ;A Tale of the Paci.f.c,.by.J. Fennimore Cooper. uimerwhile those that dId not sickened and ;. aversion to 'all.kinds or feed, ccd for-uU

the, "publishers.- LEONARD 1849. ti'S t- ; -S T Price' $cents; "t: : ;died.: J The certificate i we? publish below is conclusive 1. (what I could.eat) 1, have Uen.uDolleto reUl

THE RAID OrGOMEZ.-?5 cents. evidence of its'Value, and is only anoth L f. but:a eniull rortitn (n ny ttcnmcliii i Urtfdih

79 FULTON : Court,: Columbia' Co. "t. I --'. .." HE .FATAL EltROR-- :instance ofjts lVJ1gh lives of children: I usual :.rtmedieg, Lut tLty 11lid lut:little s

_" .u IrcuII4)f) riorida. By the Countess of 1essin ton-2i cents. D&.tQwNNri--pear1Sir.: I .bak twotchll- ;;'effect in rta c\ing the tc..JJ.IIa.iDb,] 1 tcj* fidtfr

7 School ; In. (:tmncrrr i. S THE PRAIRIE.GUIDE- ii. dren curedby yourfturjaparilla of the'snmmer ;i,ed, about .Won.EthSsiEce: to try \tcrJ jijxi

Towns Spelling Book SMITH .). f .A 'l'tzIe..t,1Jlu.i&aI1. MV/r,-25 cents. 1 complaint,and-dy.6entcry1"pne.>ws'only 15 :.of Sarstiparilla, and.I D:1S '&y :*itJ '.little ci>
Blake's Rhetoric, I > Bill for Divorce. i. THE VIRGIN OF THE .SUN.. months old and thQ.otber.,3.years. They were fidence; but alter; using, curly tuo Uttlrtjl

Abercrombie's Phil'by \ ) .. ,,;: i:f ARomflnc*oftfa last Revolution in Peru.-25 cts. veymuch reduccdand we expected they would j. found my apy elite nsdrrd.nKjd the'ieartlwl ,

Scholars Companion, [ to sitiifaetibn of' the; 5 .. ,\\h, 'CHARLES DEWAAL.Jacksonyme ;;die; they were given.,up:; by two respectablephysicians. entirely removed,{.and l.wculd t'uJai11lt -
Davies's First Lesson, I Affidavitmade this C'lUse that; : Sep. 1, 1849.. tuitf;. >.. 'When the doctor informed us that: commend the.use of it to tLcse'who-lave.!

do School Arithmetic Defendant, resides out of the we must lose them;we" resolved t (try""your afliicted as 1*"''have been. Yew s. &e..1O '

i, and in the Mate of Georgia. :.1 a f lUoriYllleJ'c lDa..lc 'UiblutC'If Sarsaparilla we/had beard so.much of;but had ;\V: w. 'tANZAt'l.J

:j: do Algebra, I .. Solicitor, It Is trdeire .,{ IIHE Committee! .of.) &.!.iuQ..hI1Ye.'adopted l little..confidence, there being so much stuff.advertised" -, ,N;( Purchase none but sueL ii lavipjrifi

;, do Elem Geometry, Ed* Smith, da appear and answer ,1 the following regulation. ft thatis worthless:, but we,are very.J. frs that,bide the bottle cm n -Jl'le1111 Jd Li Its

Lincoln's Botany, i 'filed in1 this' Court within ''Th6 scholastic' l'ear is to conuis-.. 't 4-.J&ut."r-s. .thankfurth.it ..eldi"t; for it undoubtedly'saved t:. tbewritte: signatures SlP_1(ill'fl? i'JFrincipal

Mitchell Geography & I or the said Bill will be taken for of eleyfttt-w- ekeach. : tUeUtes:of bbth';" J write this' that others (Jthce.126utcn4t.rn J iWtl I IN.

S .Atlas, a copy of this'order. be ptib Stie 9it r 1 rpi 1g j' r l i i! :'!r t ie'i 'induced to.use tt.5Yo rs, respectfullyi' .Y.; Redding-&. COo-8 flat c-it.,LsUaJ-i

Parker's. First Lessons, l Newspaper in*the Eastern Cir iait S.' pertera.' .$,)orj The above it witb, :.En g1isJ.l: f i'H '. 4t .,].JOHN-jWJL. Jr- dl S & 601,8, 132, onb &'c Dd4tl. jJl. t'1fhia-r') .

: do School Fhilos- I : a week 'for the tquce of; four: grtmmtrund'Oe grlphy,'per ei'SOo; itlie I. Tyiyrtle-aTenue. Brppklyn! ,"Sept.\5t 1S47. S;' Hance,druggist; .Bultin cre .l cicl' & tt;
uhove wIth he biher i $ -' Richmond '
,phy, : "i.Tao. b.a1.ch ', of.MD''gn'gUJJ L&JN TIC JfSYLUM ;j"P. CchentlCh21restcD'' "HtJfPearlBtiAlbaDy :
4 and a variety of S. DOUGLASS tlu !lon'p1br g g b 41GO et "Hi8Ory[ ." '. 1J keo..liLt harrestcwOrls:' 3 03 f"jg-
,For Judgec.c. .c.. natur !; m unl1ud ni'rdUletnhitry ht P. J" ( o 'in i/ames.CuinmingsE8q'one the Lunatic: of the Assistants I j .BiTan.BuckirbSfla) xvti

; .\ !' I' ,GeologyAiltrononIY, RlietorIc,.ogJC f Ay6lumBlAck'vroirH Island,is the. Marlo'and 'Brc lll"IB' ".tk 'lhJ:'

Jacksonville, Feb. 2, & GU Clerk" of the"CireultCourt''t jind Evidences of Christianityper' ternf'$6\00: gentleman spoken of iri'tEerf611owfojfletterr; princJpnl-Drnggists i)1 rebLttpmiM
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Each be 'to ;
County do.hereby Certify t the: quarter to paid the Treasurer in udvance. throughout. the UDitedkitcsWqsi )nd; ,
?/ jfdw'tfflf 1.:1 '. q1y q qui than fQfltbOflmd :
: the Canadas.
a 0 gifx J ; r.iA.. M.:l1EE t' JfBtl't
of the original order inth | :
? : copy c The.scholars will be under the'careful in&truc 4 f rheumatism! ha; iDr Tpwnsend's.girgjxpiinlja M .Ju..1td-
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the ::: t &# o c
as from files of said :
\\ E have appears : } baS ,
VT ,'IJ'f Lion of an experienced tern;1,8 t;ich r.'t $dJ w.in! 6. w 1hAnP1Ost.8e.T| reJWd.L February 1848. ly .
eral.Agent .Provisionhas: .b .chronic. elates aj e* weekly..eradicated by its :
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einadfoi lD truction ; -----
\ a l in1' :; .i ; -1 4j1:
Witness hand and the i '
And all business in the my : traorthnary vJrtuesi.1/Irit 'k.yjjj ii ;: ;- R.A.R'I: .,
,Seal'o'fiiid Courtat LrIu..FreuchPaintingn ld Dr whigluid't&Iu' : { y u. ., th pt '
To'collect and receive they S> for which : B., .ACJWEr.L'sI8r.. *lfn Sp t. .
addition'il charges'iwfilsbe'modei' 14,1647.1 IPBB BDBSCEJBEIk oaldi ctfel
Palmer & Ferrw,, by. S' \Court House ai.Alligitor r.J | The first term ; the commences on 8th ofO to- \d 1ritmdsaidthepubUcgetezIlthtbelzispnparect&
j'qtezwii&alsO for ; i said.Coiznijul4s.5rl, : iFor*riin ; With.
( ? ieafa tbVrbemnatKm'Vnot
:: next. < Z$ ( ,snkK53 :
:;qer 44 a.rtI :>'i5t.L ; f :'I'.:bis
: .1 .4ay of DeVl849. '
hivIng 4 } .
persons : : t -f :vvuovtv4uiMB u*a1ie&iJn' : eat ;;
I 4 I'
Applications for admission sleep 1inearei
: ; s. SAUBuno : .are to be made to __ Ihlg !ioue-itakt ti tort ha acrthutioD
6 Darius : ; .
\i;I. II Ferris, t ; lJJ'1 'be (ommiuee'Ur Dir il rimi': uhtdU'. ;C1M;? M 4/lt mofit.dJstre iMiua aj)d.1m 1 ; otrmtelkrssndaoli i.tlie parpi gH
eent tb'e'same'to T0. ; Clerk.C..C..
: ) 15tb-llS49..f"lf. < .tnt' : 'n.li1 rJ.3'i3WJ it Coautmt o?> DiRBcf toUyo tott\'e'were' ternbly. wo1 eD._1 naT.e'used. S tbose.)boioiayjltuppen Q..iS Jwksonvilte*
:, all persons .' J ; ; H \ ,H.tH' nv..rJM. DANIELr; O ''fodf ofyour Sarsaparillata'nd tbeyh'aye'jdbne ;.;bugicc ,plewsure or hes1ibTbbuilIIasewiione

rius,Ferris,ir and'. J ,. JV t c a .. ; r:5: I ,n.. tOiTa : Jb. :\ DrJIf.DjH: LL'ANDir ;q me for. eettlemeat ., : .. -r.r 8 muchii.bett rls.Indeedt :i '
im ao ibe
.p J : criber wishes't(ohl're the' hfl1.r'hHW t AL&EED, I x. Ld Invalids fontkhedavi IJ'DOIDIij
."', ; :next by year' f >T ,ul1u t'1. }' Qt1t' r' ,iJ.1wmrrJ."I I.I! Relieved. You are at ''UbetJ'4q! ; i without fireplaces,and may be certain ofOFELAND'S +
Ad : -January ibrcejbr..four bis for the benefit '
'. J *' to.work in his i'steam sawmiUlin I[ "RevTFsWART, \N1i tnp111aGId ; "-'elljAM1: oftbeaffijcte.AYoiiii :V. .;. r.ivinivsv : s t JeJ'1"teDtioikp. : 11" .

lacbn.Ue Jan.. ; ;which;liberal wages rot'the year: ;; } Jcqt1U4Ju3y7J4Dj4: I I : fOrtrveIlejafrom: h&C11
I $. . -' .} =. 1. ; wuuisijii&u'i-WAbKi *' '*?** J *flj t The tguawiU.ubLt dJUgJ1JDiodefttk1o r
" : CASTINGS; CQ { .- &.."*$.&*"*.;:.t Jai&-JAIBCOLRj& :.!* .f4"PV t f it' ''1' JtJa d t That Dr; Toinse! d'8 'Sarsaparilla..'Is th*nl [ '. Jw t-: ;;f Jd'Y.oL1 1D!LJJIOn

>r-NAPTHAV ; ; f rPHE'BOOKS of l subscrlDtiorr to:. \ppI.bestiremedytOP-_ .feDia1e" :comnJahi.,. t"' eII IS4L ,til4VU
;D.C,FlavDeoiM: i 849: tljfyr tbVcrfpital \1 P d-L ; //, It.
'* pt IJ JL stock of the AHSftfcand Gulf n'1l n ll.g "t quujn.; bp'na2ip1 I -i : i 4ciL5
A c'ur for'to ; : "... !_ .- ''. :.J .. : ,. Rail Road
*ll dlseosei. .i of the l ,1 .,}" t.rNU4'lCj.il4."..t. "I'' #7 hO"'J" ) CompanyJ Deepened irtthejiilot St.: Augustinea ( xTT cTpr'trF<*r JqjTJV r5ilHf-Sli'tl'7'';rrjo1 !.1 .CcmpcdndEthereali8 *
"Jorsileby ..-"d'b"t,l to'P 4 l"merQ..L"et'Pis h.Yi, :: ibelofficeof. : .%Vm'A'; 'Forward, Esq.atuiQeoclocltM.MVon Kj5 ? : .uot Tar aahnnetljate Cough'CareJ'a1"
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F b.,2j;i| 50. nrmoo J-JU'l".,':.flr4herb7tnoifi' .c4 'Tnesday.Iii,? tti d ir? ( ecmentoj9jit : : vt .L'o.e.l.bjdd JJrhBlE,

; raaer, 4t..&; At, IIC ,1"1"1.. .D ,' of September,nextnnd will) ba'-.:ontithiedop! nJ B O _* i* Ohsv ..a-JiC2ie' 2t'yTT'ivi ,, :t! : i Fdk2.. 1 qt :s.lMtJF." 1 ,I;'za .,.ft-tt.d.a't. ,
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& 'I'I -- to an : 1 utziiewholesto kis:takem'1 ;'Vt ,1st' f'04.J'lC-t\fH'r ;f .''fWXOK, ep\g3M1"'ii ;- 5i---. -
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5- i\lTt" S .Thorlium's OweD.SeedaJost rectal
.a : lalSi? ;t1.T&O; Ji -tji3 ;{,it D.- .YULEE. 1f"'*'* .
i I IP. ; V" 2:5 1849. S"S reduced 'Bti of iealtbVbeing Vedttced-b-i f aadf'a .1 Ar..," .. ALB". ,
: S 94s 't*.* I :-... _.ti -" I August / at" \tAtdJf" 1 variety complaints! such as fezn1esarel1a 'loI ,,r b2, f8 S 4 ,tt ,.'0'i.t"

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