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 13, 1850
Publication Date: 1838-1852
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Nov. 3, 1838)-v. 14, no. 25 (May 8, 1852).
General Note: Published at Saint Augustine, Fla., 1838-<1845>; Jacksonville, Fla., <1846>-1852.
General Note: Editors: D. Whitehurst, 1840-1841; T. Russell, <1842>; G. Powers; C. Byrne, <1851>; J.F. Rogers.
General Note: Publishers: Russell & Jones, 1840; T. Russell, 1840-1842; Russell & O'Sullivan, 1842-1844; T. Russell, 1844-1845; Albert A. Nunes, <1845>; Gillett & Hazzard, <1846>; F. Adams, <1846-1852>; Charles Byrne, <1851>.
General Note: "Our country."
General Note: Whig, 1838-1845. Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
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square'for Sts t I .. calculated to'awaken.. .You have italicized .t1im:1.rr_ if'Idkainotr't ghat the y baa
por4tions legislature entirely tomitteemerr ;Whigs, given Mr..;Webster_ no.pledge of
Dei.on and Creditors; t 1. 7 00ApplictdbnfcrListtmofAdmlnit'traripn of the; the Sezi rl''and ecotTeatlodtip: ipo d tb heldti& 't.tJdt me.F
I ice to > letterbf tlepTeaeaUtiTe ; : &lJ ,and except in a"vaguecospliment. to
. S'OO; Jrom .Florida without DO\inCiitJf !W rth,. M9Jld&Jlma f fln .. 1''a I c1 t kli ..,w Ywt.Lt' Sffoval 0
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:jy AU reli6ioaa notices will beipiened crattrf.' your c; and not theft whatever' may halebeen'youraiziutionthe ; 'f ,4 11J pJJi' 0e qtJli ,the' inference d'ft"tabllt'hI&. -yoa,ttlnk 760;,or U as a forbidden I c._ ; ---
OU8U. '' effect Jof your 'letter] ,' loUe awi t roger ertgt a b ttut moat CIt-I !lilt convey"the idea,"that t>i legislature,did r As';for New York;the speech U wwaly ap:

All4VGO3TQ3 eomman5calJon' ranrt be,.dcir -to I .has been,to,inflict.pain;npoof Southern teen,! 'teCt nsofrczfstutgtbeaggr tontofthe, .ngtintou&' end ead'orwihlsScrathern '- proved by the Her..Id'anci1bi 03 OltLlTT. "aug"p., who are struggling for Southern-rightsand the]' Worthof forcing'a cwnplhnce 6nUeir part\; *ticn' *echeT ."_ It is a littlestrange: that f fa M. :Jt';rtcdvesa:relucUat>ndwryfiucd"' ,
C. ,wil', ;intigriti of the Constitution and,-.thet'Ui 1 1hilst t.', i jtbejg t man ah"} jrj All ad aa&ble pertooal.totaiouBicaUoas It n..t ; "by of preserving uni n of thq St. .. Ji -. elat Adm !'J .
' .! .n has;given,( 'd- and> comfort t"q theirsadreicsaries. | 'u. .I.iT lr.r" nr.T, I-cA ecuti're. cuair.oi.rjonaa. : cannot. '"poapre*. irfi desbtmcc be charged ..advertisements.'Print'i J' The drift of your letter u to min I. a.imminent peril by ieasobi of wae"COorstpur-; h'e'f" .t.u.' ".; :.' & 3 by ttieEoeiitng'Po and Tribune.==

03" All bills for Job g mUll M paid" on the. 'gle the slavery quesuon__ :with:part7rpollticaid_ ; bt ntnaiaio>mlg! ,ta1es1nd, their"represenktiveii % 'tirerj,oljthe work. c t: .embolden' i the Njairth; and:ttnnerve;the Scnthi;-: ;ia Congress,in;': he'..ceaselesaagitation' dona.tbi*Southern C&nvention sc&emeP Why 'telL ;But'it would be cruel1'self-delusion for

Were you a private individual, your communication -;: (and thai, too; in themostunfrieiidlyof what II the $4 otherfts lut1ou sabers te the Southern people' to 'yield to the belfef that
THOMAS AND R .tj, Ought fall stillborn lindf harmless1 V!buVj:, questionainTolTiflg the'piaCfe,the i i- d1..thllufld C in'ao the b '.is-over and their peace' :secure/':Oti

DBAPES AWD 'TAIIf OB. .1 being the ezecutijeheadofa yr*'eholdiJgt1 tate}, u"stitOtl 1lL, and'' the' ,very existence'. it ern'States, And approTwg'tlie object'of Ua' Carolinas element having the force of lair" shall '
your position gives anlmportant".P-andments' ,an others&rathen|States:,whether
determined to ,
THE} SUBCRIBER hating residence Jacksonville a response: 'I shall give;it'upon my individual. invention, afabove jet rthj'the General A* through a Southern convention or otherwise,"in sed both'Houses of.,j ou8reas.'. ?lave'we'afbt
his in
op permanent feUow-cit% ,responsibility, ;In the first place, permit'me to "sepiblysdothtecoistmend tgtthe good-people"'of" adopting tuchmessures"for" defence :of to count' on such a consummation?: We see cot .
returns, thanks to which 'has ens say. I believe your letter expresses the Opinion'' "this Commonwealth to send delegates thereWAkjaA" every thing sacred and;dear 40:';them. '**aa the 'ai yet the evidence of probability.. The in*
for the unexpected urgeui nt of neither;of the'great parties of Tlorida; and If;: i Laa "iHiod lx
hitherto' been bestowed he.upon will him.and,exertionto assuresthem the,time:should.ever.come.when either party,of -,The above) ,fete- forth, as, I&understand'< iLt* .tbeobjects < > If this !is not.endorsins-a, Sbuthernronvenlionscheme.9 ; the heads of:Senators'and "Bepreseatativcs' ; .7' .
that in future their spare no Betiering the South can,upon this vital question,be made of the Nashville Convention to presere what wbnld amonatto it? ,.Yea, more. : their own denunciations of slavery,'and pledges
merit a continuance has patronage.been JrellesbLbnghed to affiliate with the North, they will'-become c as the,:.UniozVitaYiiebepresttee: 'addttotpfesiv the'legwjature as willing"to join'Virginia;the of eternal war upon it,stare them ia the iacr.

that reputation impotent and as harmless as:were the!tories of the &na1.-f1'} it.cannot bwriThts tsiayfaervgwtn Carolinasapdotire. otatheraSta /d. Still more the firm conviction of each political
and this place a* a superior "\ I' r- V*J <**"::*V '
St. Augustine ,
in the Bevolution. Whatever construction you explain tol'ouwhaIyou cazmoromprelleDun $vtdtfferentWTclvctdiiily; but with Heart and party;that its assent to'tail' adjustment with
cutter and maker,be he beg leave to to favor represent nay place upon a single sentencejet; taken in ill::thel. xpremmit ofi'' n original; resistance sffuljhl Would,'It have been any ttretch of exe-. the South-.onId throw.the other'info an ai:*: ;
who disposed
to all might he is able to furnish .counexion..with..the.succeeding one,cl utterly promptly developed n'To be'still more'that.you plainj entire power,for you,:;avhenY'i'8' ,and other tigonist,Position,:',and give it the 'decisive&d
him with their custom 'abe he may "nom rehend" it th;' meMo 1s Southerns vantage of the the
and finish disclaim intention of reflecting ,upon} tales were moving in favorof aSouth- .appozt9t entire Abolition
kind of cut equalto i
irarments of any a in Savannah President of the'United States;fand fairly cbnlatrue which'areTdepreeated1 shbald'be 'consummated ern Convention.1 to 1ufH"r the peopleipf"e faction, is a;leaden weight about the.aecis of ,

any that can be procured or. U.does not-it is in these words: ,' We Ike Naeh nlJteA.tj will presumej stu$ Floridatoredeem the pledge their legislatureSoas'toelldt politicians that allows- little hope of their rising> [

Charleston. "are satisfied that no effectual or enduring check gest such means end measures way be advu "thahlg eat- wisdom of all 7?' If to.any generous cr patriotic view'of the" ques* ,.
Haring taken the shop formerly occupied as '"upon this aggressive and injurious tendency sabre-for the:SOUth!!to'adopt to'preserve 1 r'lib1- yon;had:Approved.i these'resolutions if your tion.., Moreover, 'theyeagerly{ bring to their '

the Post Office, he is now ready to execute with uin the action' of the Federal Governmentxjan pray and,indepe dence.fi :Call;this "revolution; -'heartand soul" had;fel "the 1 FPdrtztttl; and bosoms one of Mr. tW Vebster78 ideas,.,that this t

promptitude all orders that warranted maybe entrusted fit. "or will be applied by zany of departments ary," it you choose. ands r'make the mOt of tt,? contemplated outrages: 'upon .Southern rights JTnion cannot be dissolved. Cannot! It only !
to him. AU garments are to Why'should not(" the South take : requires that theGovernment and ;
"which administer its powers. We advance this thepeopleof peace and bappineeawoald you hot have sir the Northern
THOMAS ANDREU.Jacksonville "proposition, without reference the dispositions counsel[together 3".. In a common dattggertbere genteel the ;:proprietyrofaomeplaaby'! which 8 people Jteepdobg a little longer what they have 1 1 f
10th 1849. 6m
Nov. of those who now, or may hereafter ad- should be a tree conference-in a multitude oC these resolutions could be carried. into effect? been doing. ,.and it cannot be saved from dissc :

J T-ROBERT BAKER, minister the Government, but' as 'resultingsfrom I counsel l there'is wisdom.:. You'siay"there_' axe"restlessapiritaamong Were the sessions of our legislature'annual instead lution., The' love:of it- dying out fast,under '

the inherent,character of our political i usiwho.uY&e; I of. Keniualf .the'letter, addressed t*;you the bitter aliment gives to the South; and 3
Jnekionvill E. P., ;Bathe vahte of the. Union :and would sell would 't hive even slow. po'atter.hn 'accumulation
"system, which must in all its departments ; .perhaps never been written. I of '
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS for Alabama ""eventually bend to the influence of the domin- "ht'for a mess of potage." This is language ,.The counsel in the last paragraph otyovCom-" i malignant power work to a sudden catastrophe; ;

Georgia South Carolina, North Carolina "ont section.53. -.. -* which,vif'not expected, might yet.i come.:fcom munication to jHhe,' membersin bth Halls of We,have yet ta learn that.the Southern people, .

I, us you well know, voted for.and sustainedGen. the North denunciation_of the;.South' j but Congress as to the performance of their duties, when they lose all hope.ot a change, :will lie. \ .
Virginia Maine, Pennsylvania, Taylor in the last Presidential canvass ti6w'is it)be regarded froni the lips of a South- which will,euablethem to return to1 their"cons down brutishlytoreceive'the. doom. .. .-, 5'

Connecticut and Mississippi with my.humole abilities. I now believe he era ID"'.dressed:up iris little brief author tituents' with .a clear ieonscience,19,'will receive 1 v 121.

Jan. 1, 1830. ly. would yew both the,Wilmot proviso and .the ty?" Will;nqt ills "spber.second t.Uioughi pro.nounce from'me all :consideration. and respect to ,CAulo1i.The' Jackson '&flssi iippi of "

abolition of slavery in the District of Columbia; it a1slander upon &Q"aggriccei%insvlied- d, Which it is entitled;from the high iourcefrom the, lit. March;contains the. following advertisement ;
II. ,D., KENi> RICK, and the docks arsenals &c.;yet,it is too manifest patriotic.South 1.; .""Sell for a mess of potigel which it sprig".. mean !to return.with'a : -

ATTORNEY that this question has.become sectional; In a crisis like this,.when the;South ..isrstruggling clear'conscience, iid howevwlmay: differ with ;"Citizens of the Slave States !desirous of emigrating

thai Northern sentiment basso embodied itself, against the(North-the minority against you,I anticipate AO difference with the'people to Calif'with, (h"1a'. property

ANDC.un.eilor that there, is every reason to believe (with an themajonty-theiweah against-the:strong of>loridaas> to the means bywhich'the; hon.or'liheny are requested to j send. tbeirnam,number

at Law. ascendancy, so soon to be obtained ins both Hou struggling for constitutional+-covenanted rights :and welfare of our beloved Stated slaves,and period of contemplated departure,to
S'of Congress,'and also in 'the Electoral College -n ghta'ackaorrledged.gait guarahtied'in the Ilk and will be defended. 'I am not'willing'to the'address"Southern Slave'Colony Jack .

practice in the several Courts of the there will be *t no effectual or enduring Constitution,.yet:trampled in the dust -righta return and tell them, ire have been 2driven.to:; son,Mississippi.. All letters, to meet with iut n-
WILL; Circuit aniu I the Bounties check, upon this aggressive,andiojnriousten- of common equality and common justice for,them the Ii 3t"tre 1c /and beat"down by brute forcef tionmus&'d'A'"t' .'' "':' ." "
Hillsborough and Benton of the.Southern Cir- Jencyi"butthut'all its departments'must'evenluujly to'be Valura brthe Executive of my State as"a that?all the barriers and d tel ces of the Constlitutlon : .enterprisa'

cuit of Florid bend'to the influence of the dominant meSs of pbtage'l' fillame: with mortification i: are beaten down and the South deprived to settle in the richest mining sub'ag?icultaral ,

Tampa Bay, October 28tb 1849.-nor.17. section," unless the North becomes.satisfied.it.is and I should blush for Florida,t.ihth. ?aentiment of her,eqaalj'rignts.11-'lam not'willing to do portions of California a.and to'secure ''the:nninr=
tile tlfciermination of the South to resist uat found tai echo from any'part o d e limits' this,-for tlhte'poor consolation:that I;iriay:'sir9.r to tempted'exgoyment of'slave :pro's: ; ',

C11ABIE tI P. (' 00 P B 8, every hazard,and to. the last extremity. "rh.areTestless spirits:among Halo, --Where them that!*those who jbrought.I about this i state estimated that by the 1st of May next,the mem

-ATTORNEY Whenever the North becomes satisfied of this, are,they ., Look to the legislutures of!the of tkings'have'iaourred the guilt and shame, hereof the slaves Calouy'vtrill' amount' to about '

there will be found conservatism enough- a- Southern Sate-wlibni do they rePres4ntt-- and upon thetas heads will rest the curse" No* five thousand,and the. slave to about tea'.thousand. :
ANDC.4ueell.r wong its people,not to hazard their peace, Iran- Count the l leaves of' the forest:;or'the:sands on sir,..no. I trut.I have' nobler.aspirations andhigher .The mode of effecting the cnrgaaiiatiojjv i

at Law. gzi&y, and. interest, however regardless they the seashore, and you, will'Dumber; the "rest: purposes. I wish to be, the bearer,of &.will be privately transmitted to actual.mrabers. -; I I
may be of ours. l less'spintb.They "calculate the-value of the no such doleful tidings. No;let me tell them .;
resumed his profeasion.ill devote the Union" as our fathers formed i;;vlovtflQpnctl thatithe: t ., ",
HATING You would lull the South by assurance breaches. in the Constitution have been .
lf ezc/twict/y to its practice,through- that u more than 50 years. ago, abolition peti They formed itu i f to establish ;jasticeytantre.rftf* repaired; that Southern rights'and State equality TEX SravE TJ P .-Ihe steamer brings ;
Circuit of
nut the Eastern tions were presented to and debated in Congress tit rdnPilitg,provide for the common de have at last been respected,at' least m action formation_that the FrenchGovernment bas n,1,1
E. Fla. Nov. 10th 1849. given
_. ;" whilst in the same sentence'you admit fence,promote the general welfare;and jecnreuthe by the free States,and this in spite of fanatical 'notice to Great Britaiiiofitspurposetowith ..a

MPKHt'ER- Se BAKER, 'that,thirty,:Y.ugo we witnessed. an agitation '' ( b .gsBOlbeh .t ;to ourselvea$tang our agitators and elfiah_demogoguea at the draw from- the,treaty;fbrmed five. years ...ago,ty
this identical Wilmot posterity/ its object s are forgottenand North and cold >
brought about by proviso friendsatthe South. If otherwise which it waif bound to maintain a fleet of' '
SttorntJl a at Ram, question in a more offensive shape,-which disregarded,and the South lalto btdnarftd] ,"the.curse"will be upon, the North, and ty-eix sail for;the prevenUan of the Slave Trade gen- :; i;

.JHck..arill", Via.WILL convulsed this Government.to.iu center.!? Was and humb' 'aDQ d lhotuw "j slain, the still more concentrated upon the South because The treaty expires by'limitation in May,1630r. <.'
that iigitatiou' brought about by Southern orNorthtrrn Oonstitutibh, they will value it as they should, she had not the ,apiritktoTpreservehefree.domit { ., ;'The United States with France. ;became I
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practice in the several Courts in the men? Are we to understand that, morse than tntl thing.. .. Taons. A party.tea similar arrangement' under' .the,Ash j t

Circuit of.Florida; in the.U, in your opinion a resistance,to unconstitutional 'You ask. "when.the: Southern Convention ;An conclusion,sir,-I will-imitate* an example burton Treaty,hy engaging to keep eighty.guna* 'i ,J,

S District Coortj Northern District of Florida jthetiupreme legislation is culpable agitation oil the part of meets; wbb can'tell'what its. members way not of yours,in;sending this in printed;,form and on the ;African Station. fi>ince,.then ,the 8 lav ; \
; Court at Tallahassee;,and prosecute those determined to vindicate their rights 1'" attempt to accomplish, DOt thought ot.bl thosewho through'the public prints!" Trade has increased,'and, more slaves. 'are. now

eJaiws before Congress and the Depart- ,You say ,from,the time the slave.questiqn septfthem ereh1" .Jftbey-jattempt that II 1.am,vita high resp ct.your fellow-citizen, stolen and exported than;eT8. '* .

meat*of/Ciovernment/ at Washington. first made its appearance in the North, when not thought of'by constitaenta) sndf con. ;; '* !jTACKSON: MORTON.; HM MB OT M i .
JOI.'MCOaETBAttER. 8. SPSKCER! -it.was a 'little cloud like a manVhand,' until demned;by;them, their acts:will he repudiated t f' 1 -' Cotres omdesree f"the_Ness... Herald ."ffYarY ,
Jan.6.,'49. lyPI1ILIP "the present time,when it became a black!lend There.,will be no final.definite, decisive action, .;Mr,.$ ,tst.epresentatkefrbn'North! umr ,
p e "of thick darkness impending over>tEu'Umbn, It will be:II it U only'intended to bei'a grand Carolina FROI WASHINGTON. :.: .
.himself this
hap aignalixed daring session
FB'AefER. "and casting 'a deep gloom:'over the prospects council of:advisement-and report to>their'conistitaentflj'tQj v -- WASHJWGTOH,'March 1 1,1850:'
continual ; be.approved or.rejected ,as the of Congress by hisrecreancy.. to the South .The Presideat,' it is said, has iastiedaecret'ln
been conflict ,
.A 'fCDr mY "of the future, it has one ? > f1 I4J!? :r.*;f i> >awii > -*2He *- .
you''nlxfrior,AriD.t a ?.r La J Hors of the North and: the politicians ortbe ;iand imen're'markabl*Jot wiJ4omSvy of ide-UnlowwbotleA, 'rHpicacitj i '!bta' him J military stations';to hold themselves-fix readiness ,

,% ( ,' ':Sputh. JACKSONVILLE, FI.WILL .. "experience has brought no knowledge.. The in promoting schemes' agitation/, wrong and aggression on the South To'repel Nashville Convention shouldiequire it. I
attend to any professional business "northern-jtoKficjah ;;gjtining; confidence,in this This;Jangnoge nbjild' ';better'!suit the meridian: the'cEarge i ofaggtemionbeaudth'e'foUouig I learn that Chagres has been established aa 1

to him in the Courts of the .wordy coudicttsynmesatiiorethrtateAiagto>ie;; of+Buffalo i- than- that f ofPorida.rThe ,!Soathern languageith lflU.lntnu H.f !' _, ."h. Lhe.rendeuoU8'.for the'_ Cuban revolutionists i .
Extern Circuit, and the Supreme Courts utTaHih'isse'i "and \th.e southern PD/ificitouy'io keep eyeupaciuinust -. mete are agitators, in yOur opinioaatatoia gentlemen;speak of.aggression, aposrthtl but General Taylor will intercept any expedition ,1
He has also such -an. udirantaeoos becatmemore violent in this manaeiofre- without cause, I suppose. Our fathersitf7S buth:,I j We-hav a'Prestlent"who oratwohnjodrtd :they start' 'These: rumors I.send yea fbr. ,

| connection with an able Lawyer utr\Vaibingtou *'si4tance,,and,threaten,still 4er1 until,ljR this, were"JL&;tatortt? :1.t..11'and .' WE! **$-.1a- 20YerJIOn S. aegroea'tsalaeholderj: ;:andan excellent whattbeyare'wt6rth----' .
City, as. will ensure prompt; and spec* "war of words, we 8h&lrcome to vanesrsoterribly"as thought they agitated without cause .Those } .gentlemaai :.!$1pleptedrSpather'ofhis: ,;': : J' (' "
4y collection of'such c\uims as fitly'be' placed uncle Toby'says-the:army did ,in Flanders. were Stfanes orexciteinent,n'azid'th&WU'g' find Houra r"a" o648hare!r8oatheni' ben,in the ;Mx>_CAUJOCH'S HTIn..TB.-W are glad tbpwceive -

in his hand Agiinst the United.States, 'Andstill.l.beUeve that this glorious Pnjqn} will. parliament> ,and'*royal governors; thought theCongress Cabiuet:g The t.Supreme*Court i stands-five to I the following-; the Washingtoa corns-1, i

nept,6tlt J b4 \y. '. "firmly and aafely weather this attain." of the cfi'ones.rwaaK'conapteuoasinlu0rootingechemes '' four.e Tbe Soath'has, many of,our foreign;mwr.f '' deuce of be C J mbia'Tef", .. .1.;: "*_
In thi fdo yan not seek to ridicnleih'edefen* agiJationT'-and:nodoubt, zm and yet y we h'ear nothing"but. agjreasipmiiand .! -I' 'Mr.'CaihounVheaith ia improving. '

.,. C:HAR; f.ES l> $\WAAL', derspf Southern'right ;in:your own.,fi tej in in' r t."*1 Trop iory.not'cmark4le; .for;wisdom.-1>*ViT'Phonestyy -* ; { ck.iJSCajlorfreedvedtmorfr i ,toterf :attends beenata.rrgulattynd-seems Hsaow to be*

..t va, UCiC.il.ONI K It., Congress and in the nation? Truly may it. be. and discretion/1 'N' ,''- the "* from thFr States than Gen. Caa .and only; raining! his vigof of body rapidly .
;though etilj!
t has merit iu-th&Sogth orbey6nd b O .aJe Sdrtd 'udl.Pt14ree
J4GKSONmLEE.'F: acid that,in ltigb'uarter'e'time broughtno (b i njority ft-id1i&' ,, looksgaomewbatthe]j ,worst,.from,hisirwentaicknesi. '
c;' ben kny paifcbf1 the County'attended' wisdom,;eiprienaaowltpatrledge hand AYog the s5kesyt;; >lo"'edI'll.Qkdr1pf'womft;.ther..Ua.t'P''J ,. thonsaud sit bondredand foxtrteenvotes .;.,All,apprehensions I in'relation: to his ,

| !And .solicited:) .->-- cbOF "- 1 "ct admit she "little cloid,' like a man's has .o YJ' iuher'itedilibertytee -over E this: terriblflf horde, .,* '..Abolition. ., ., .* malady,may,,howtTer, now.heaUa1 fox i .
become thick'darkness impendding.a'ver tbey'pa! aD.1tdi" e'ut'M .Mtjj -y- .wu.. .r.fv.- !
; black clhid'of ; ieta, ;
,dac ail 3iay 6ia48 ; due..Dare_.., .his.._ restoration ,cannot be doubted. ,. .
: ,' ; .!: :,' ;the Dnion; and,ata; HjcbAractefr .1IJJ'h 'gKl4.n';tiThiy'' .Toc"moo. B Z itr1veeiti P Wtoi; ixcaso r.l lU ,, ,,t; \ 1
'c n (1 ;: .; A.G t,(.t tI ; I ice it as a mere fconflict"of words between the y,and discretion, anthe ibeltofH I 91'W&. such a wrong to the*South,at the refusal.tA surrender "Mr- v;-.WrjSTia fi J. Sri 5r xc- 4t annc4' ,,be:1 iI":' 'i.: .' *

.' SibolitioDista and agitators of the''Nortli'aid; ern x>$Swtten ftne Qf will fall'barmles-' h'Wfeg >fugitive slaves,such aa argument, sin that the speech of Mr. ,Webster. has : ,
:. )* -* O ? the tiouth".Tou.belieTp' "fhatnhb >7tol'r4alybe.temept tu.11 sconed :.. Made produced: : :
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B H. S' 8.J4 r"T ut 8'C the politici. !s. < Mr.:St lqofl'era'couJd searotlyqtlftQ muchsurprise}and, no little,dissstisiaetioaa*' : "1
'Can tell xat.manner'o
,and safely me :
21urious"Uoion will firmly you oppression the such.Abolitionists.
'; cent pleain months of ; '
Even the
moAghi8rriendabere. _
E Ltlf'TJ f' .. weiiSl&ia atiTrii,"..Y hope 1w i itf epics Wheabol woa1d&k "" g npag7Gttorl'b.: hslivnld'heglad 3i fltilJS nd k .:Keot.rMr.'Staaley,' says' 'atoaJherner i in Bssto$ 2rwcn'; Atlft dmiu. ; : ;.'
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i Uw,:" by him',with.> "distinguished cureV' "success*-Vu'c-in theo ...,. at the S.ath... To them (whatever may"l, ,your pesttion.Would" tbepaasage of file n'uliiOt'Prowiad&hii.bOllti era man' is.Speaker of thf House. ..1141'mffl&! c, WJU< "1 VnDlCT.-The'"J '. Coroner-ot**atoJ.tu'. :r'l" ;

ry &the I ttSytttf MJJt"i i"time'It..olb''t"wis h. tam l1!Jb' th"eDW' 6e rsjof m 8 U t*:COw t are frbnTtbeSouth.. bone--7*bti:.couple,of'cavaliers ;;or!';;rouadheady;'! ::'
CoUghsu .Con8 m hon,' ,',4 Catarrh,, :JEf and experience knowledge?' : iba'd.ft1.. ] I ,t't'r) bO.b'lJ 0Jflli!d"Y l.Nf.- !i'itionpf Oonsolatary. fact trued ios&fertUfiaUi%7TBbfil2 : slain at theBiege of the*,city by,Prince-x.aptn\

A\lwxa. :iHfart pisease8iDysejMQRqrrhppa p. ; and experience!. ,have taught hjr.thjstruth 'aneuaaslQi. d"the rohtbitton cf the trans nation of circumstances: .; t'n'l t?rP"'uJ'* is'bavims.beentu: >., .ea, cp by aoa/aaf ivles .i?,
[ F110' ther"trutheart'sndmtnerres: rtfroin'6n4ali'8tMe2tafeudtber1 4l> Websiet;edittltagratr done to(the '. "cf" \ 'z. .
aa. them
fjies t *a wquupo aadA<
ii ( ,:, ; 4fezpae' ;; :she!haste rely for Iher defence and secumeta.Bat ; !Walie, .4.af.he/ "or ilfn,.ina w a fIi7 ,I Soath.;by the Legialatttre+I *bf, the'Nortb,?iri diesWe8mrau ". Jury. 'returned, a'veraiof_ <*Found.DeaxL: _?,' < .'.

I,. .Complaints. _,,&c.ii.,'&c.- ..'v,_ J..,,_..yi/t ; ,pare, edto38outhertiCOATeII on,', :,tatorP'lf not, would the abolition f of slavery.in i .fQr.t. ... perry >riiw -' '- -- ff, "' iLThe i.
< ,ALSO int'sSbald be'intended'to do inert tliau the theB eiby CorigVeMmakeiyua# an j3ttlrW013 asita-i thi i1d n ; 1DtbtrBittarRtAittlthePitl ; Dttmoerauo tiCteib rprevailei':.*$New> ;

v-8 8P Rich r 8tipp irt8f' t' ,Stl.te alFeedj havs don'.bt ftao1\ s 4re' I .., d Iop4Uftf"r" ..c8e. .c kEtl, The' 0 Hampshire.' 'The'Democrsts., have'all the State- I ./I
boftilM1q; asideritat.'reTOlntiottay."This IU1"eI mAe TOO, .asa.Scuthero' man.oalculatr Mr.' .coaced&' Jus; and a larger majority in the LegUlator
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BracuJ1.1n/ui1intJ 1' tUJioU""ft Soatlseri ::the* iiir. f 81TrdoiJ1'j '.t ar.t' tipl .iU'mff'ti Is' 'tdtTioi n SSfSSSSSfcar : = hadAaatyear.. ;The Free Soil_ ;Tote; issmllerr" '

"rt "lUrui 01J.Coutiin'pl;-.dadtdeesilsh .} if sttt'dm',tthrough.their..'. t r.t.Jftt1. .--!nt /,(.L.tir9 J9 out PttJfJH'are"uvyernor"'aDQ' = :1"A. Mri6taaikiuttpni.min? ,. "1'1. .

't-$1 f u j i'li .! e.tJy:ttrot.tid" d' n.' li i' :Senatgr.: i f fills theSpcakey*: chair.?"; Ii flea'be s insult 1."'1. i .- t
,.W OJ d 9ag f ,cited:cog t1 r::teaulti'of'the'i !North+sir i ithb P lair f(lei' tt ihJi attliieloom nisii 'ttr'the8oathiws&>lft.'Nbbtttettosdopt-,&hi It has Wen so cold ::at.' ;Km9chatlta tin piit .

) i" J:1: "'11t States tpoathesiit1ibttiotsioLelatvery-Jlf t1 T ,o TR reor ow Nt : ;, 'p L.l? Tiwi',IAcYueo i.l;St i"iScutJLl tit+a 1I'tntftt"ht Governor: was comneliedlto. .1
naolutouhay,beenLanheodedor. if;not,have., #of t&t&er of the great.parties' o l'110rTdtt. it ve men'on the beach of the Sine gnithisu alrisideriOnd Ur. to hu"'' titer, 5 'Ii.
Q.app 1nted Age t."for tbealeof :l>;ed'rebehed Iii isn aptriettdlyatidbeadleTheIf ithiit :;'for tliti'P L :: jtJ ',ie.SOldtle>us 6t.nuN'Stet 'Court f"It HrouldJ.be1:aa\ lt..th.i uoder- raneanwhich is.twenty.Inca:iM ,1

Ae.abdel Ukeep.i. aflush .,; i 'lUtle cloadlike man's .hwL" a'..b' tlo'.1..t..1..t.n'od"ta13U, ftf' JWi dipg of our.readera.to dwell,TO saA pallia.- below the ate' of ground. .Ji..JI; .n, : t
11. on uud ru..arL- i .the Tows of, become. a "black cloud'of JdckdUkDQ ;Jaaastrlx84 is wuiveao' csu:inas KUOW. :tte-as J4i'$ ploy qfli 4tb'b the wealthy people:of that country, faUD..u..iLJ&m' a Flit.stcV .t rt[: i'Uti_ .3.J'w.. .:.; d 1 'over ri'1, UbIOP.p:!TI?n+ t.VW' E I Hog co j toss;,'or!Wi. mcal:divfeioBsW ytpt; a < + rebeltetdtbaita, grosid dwel ,. 'wWA., ; t, kr: y t 1-
: ;t slit 1 d .Dr..rL.D"J.eJGUS.. 'I: .i re iia ' '
the Impending ftono,who hear its tl the .cbirtcter, property, 1 L C\ar .N" "i )( .
1'j tIP.oEo4Y; kt.I.
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sad Directions fort. promoting Health! ,,and In.eszMctfone'to ,.: Tr b 14 4iv'LTrrl k. i'*

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Mothers,in the BCaattjfmeat'of dat4, dti:1ki.t. tt :, d J; ;tots f o.fPwi $,lflft.4lac'din _ewr..a..0 lirae".'lo-," .
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CIa.\ l'n"iq.J...\lj :& 'Q "' .1lb'Wund.jn'o cenIrsted"flow i ay th e. l ef.U A : ,SuJab. .fd'=o& aPat lit1l1"1I .-errs tk;theta,. i'-

1g for it sit the store, as, above.J An eztresielyoableBookT' = tt4 't'cf' adaosionto Bie'11nletiaoarlll I'' s.". 'asstwtei eta P v pje;o" '1Ptition'tothe .east ,'Nt. fit ... _iUaf
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Tampa, A gojl 2*, 1849 > ly protect themselves- ;:if the barriers. of'tieOOU-1.. ,|- tR oeebbl< higheit wisdom f"&c-. .i.. .' i t .Y. .J.. '... ..po.>.'''t ; ',
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I \A.CLOVEB;EOE.. TID.so1J1fJL. .. 1'IIIi/ "mij -'-' .. :-t1i r r i 1 Mij .: "- '
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The Tallahusw FloridaJ Sentinel! bake i" oiL- ? TiiV-jPi r' "5 l tit
,, ( ) i-i ? : 'Qstl"'t1n1tli :f'm else to show'th t lDenDcratt..either. J '
-following upon a subject which r he of tfctei'st 5\ abWe'nead neighborfpf -iV-gSj' iSjK "" "'#"-' l" '. -, W9ssF&aMimiS!
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.Southern .State
FJorMaqrri19'Ii 'tarsbalt
i readers *- jbr ,,. .oagqand 80 wthe& ,
to oar
a portion'of _
I I : e.ft1 1 A :.a 's 'st a1 )1113':1. t1. f |he nn'Jtepubliqah 4evotes" romei' tnree; .J wo4jrnid! :sMIs a-P111''outpf! :'the i loner mat they--remainID cossioijziijuWo f' .

I t 1 Ckilian'.-doTcr/iecd 'jras' :sent Gpycrnor; cot .o..a lab ,effot.t. appear1 question, except.by' showingtheir superior : l :il jfwl f vf.i'
) 'Browu'ti"Ou the Patent Office',tWaiUgtO- '.' '- that Plthe .. flf'J .. .. cr"t'
I he is not againsVthe interest '11 ") tr. Ili .A-.1t I "
> '..1 to the Sou thr If { t \
1 IIing tried many experimens in graase and : i-" '- --- --- fidelity wHy 1terrnpj4ii irappoinme: ; J'J tor '

I 'been.successful none,he.threw..the seed care JACKSONVJLLBIIARCH. ; > 30, 1850.W9RflJOW South. He at the' 'same. time makes an cannot "be) :rivalled by Whig competitors i and many other quttionr(( wit it-:

I lesslylnto the gro altogether outof, respect attempt to deny nis'iJevotionJoI'theNa i ) ', !
7 !Ii44oz'TI '
L to the person who seat it,'and in,'no. ,other :expectation GBNEBAI.: :"' :. ; in,the_same glorious race F" tion,) "may and should be_asked, TwZ.

J than that it;would spring up,.flourish E .tipnal i jJ rt Intelligencer.& t "V tJ .J.,41 iwilliffj. .' Ew3.ltL ..1Qiii3t. l, fm.. i"t. ( ;t i.*b :ill: ,2/J
awhile and die so,soon as it.felt the sun of our ,Ii REQUESTEDjJ; hs rrientlsof.to Ol"'k.lf due at .JfimJe | [ ] ; ,"6 .' .:1 1 <_
g.yeII .any ,
) midsummer. But contrary to all hisanticipafibns .Col.._:!.E9!, thnnOuncejLeanto. G.v.Br.wit.fJeiter. j rtj/ .upon;Iheir. friends.befora) '

,' it seemed to brighten with the sunto'care the officeofMajorGefleraLo1the2delectio-- -- S.-- .[:ana. aisthe.gist'of.a' i"' arwe" .h .!canascerafl" "" ,3"\\J I :i'.n,h.'ii" .,il :'. '. \. ; I.i: : '!Hh'OJ.. ,:1'-it tI go too far to retract." 'Iile'i' ,, :

twthing for the droaghts-and has now:;;been" 'Dr.S Ii fFIg d :M t.; &, '.i1i long-nrticle: that'admSjfejj it MR., EDiioBi ?Ijnfe2eJyery"party there; i f1hi .-

.\ flourishing vigorously,summer and winter, .for i '1 *'l ,;V ,1 ;"-. "- ./;, _Dv"-, hf, ri,.-_ &_ ; jsof
iWhoxwheni deeds ; : .s
takeplax Otttheif8t3MoiadayiafArnll: -.1 : t i apptob.cfqun fl4 : :
: three.successive years,without care or attention $: : 'cbarge we' pavebf oug .against : "
: -- ;* -"i."** wvUnj'. .."i ."t-IB-Uli' "O I .f.l :h + :t. H".k : wisejhonest' an oV discreet JStaU
i and is.':as we understand a foot or eighteen inches 'It ._ ,-. him,:1tn.i 1Vi.1.Ln ,. 'f 1: J .tlf t J!iLtY1; are to be, substituted for wordsor"thei '
: and ;
> tc' '
I t high. This cloverj;'we are .told,, (tor :we NEjtg; BLtcATlqN8LW; hivee "' *!( ? t JM vvcV *' ?I.L'fsn t: y U(' : -U08i i for iitariftltjTri3'itC e a gll( feel J ;' ..DOne:pf these. ldq..r.
action comes nto -
B.uris' lime i for Southern ;
like the Lucerne no now ne.wslT'i.'Ut -
have not seen it,) IS ore, grass J ; i- v--.f n'" ,4iaw >-*" Jf If r<. unu' *s-1 >J -' ? >- *** 1 :[are'tpber ajppreh en depV'r:: .* 'e, *.
I i than the English clover, but is a tn-foil";and ceived LEONnSc 1 .&C.: t '14 ,paperstobe.,warring7upon,3 presses Et theirvcourage'oozing'out;at their fin: :c.j I' :; : t

II I bears a blueish blossom. In Chili, he'custom; lent repindi'sheltnurnbers:of.BIa& .W hmgton.or:to' be.aOting abovopa.ty ) ,'grs"ehdwho are 'iiTjableat l ( sucb; timeVbf excitement, however,:'mejji
is to feed die round alternately uponthree ,markable ',
year Q1"3" for and 4
: honesty
not i:
always- profe rng: "nopartjf1todayi '
; ;
:. enclosures, and so plentiful and cheap wood's. Magazineniidof; j'itieEdinbarffk; i .cpnjuntures,to see the necessfy oprocee'ding > '
grazing does it afford, that a horse in that section *' :.and pandering. to itslbsa'ti ie de- are rarely, if ever :cdnsbfcaoas i iI ia 3 :
: London Vestmmster 1. ""' "
and .tY4 -**< *
Revieivs.-- { ; is- I Inand to extremitie# tan are forifinftfnN ? ..rVM* "
: is worth somewhere about ten dollars.It i to-morrow. ,J'Jh ,Intelligencerlas '
> j'T- ; tifXwv *' : J lo os. !?' .poLing scenesofagitation" ;",o.Jmen'Vthat
is the opinion of Gov Brown and others In the latter we"findran4nteresting. !ar-: :erred, at all,\ tfi is in
t who have seen this clover th.atit wilt do well in tide on the African! ,Coast blockadeexf fore:spoken to,the question; osl&v ti.! cilia'tion i -(though"both' of these Tesbrtay is, the good and the
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Florida, and furnish the great thing needed to L'J "* *** "* **n *'atsuchtith s1l those' '
s tl i 'It'ii': ottli and y' *' "tY" i < ( whichvtryjouls
; this to wit hibiting thetTansportation horrors attendanturponl the : day. exhauste'd "d'1IJ. d .
complete as a farming country, : a ; ** *tt. i .v "i' St-f '. lave. been;I previously ; "
\ i ;he able J counsel j which that s80cO'.J1petent ] ) "ustallygiveplace ,(thU&l
good nutritious grass for stock. An effort will .of slaves and';proving] press end at .last by!'backing out of'the'Hiffiasii ,
be made to save seed from. the little patch we ) to.give,;it might*have{surged : ; : -f v"1 "' -7 .' history of:all).great ,crisises;) ''tot."I-
I have spoken of, but as it seems to ripen at_no .conclusively that'the r arecaused"b'yPtbeforcible ; : the,North particular time there is difficulty in doing so. 'p '.t.1''l..J'Jlf. 1f! rt' lotward"gues *
measures :resorted to, -to;suppress -1;; .0' uju'ightL: i it true prudence to meet:1!;:and manfulal '" -,
Application should be made, for more from the. ,- *:wriy v'l'' .'i I (''y' '!1L :f r. ".t' '' *' Vf .who .generally.)manage, to
f. Patent Office;but probably,'if upon further observation the,slave! trade! In other respects: .Now the_ question'is'not only whether -. y.confront. 'Jt is, neverthelesopser.: th n>selves and
> ,,, prominent
there should appear to be no good reason 'this article exhibits the "wondrous i to the South I ved of such that their fears popt4neve I
thptilbgenis true persons ,
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of the entire ,of this Whiclrthe.gven "
to doubt success grassin *' J" V"jV "*"'' *' > --*' .ux '' b' r v '."';,-' JI ; pr l rPa
Florida,the better way would be to send fora change which, :has'. ., come' .over.' ,the,pub? ,butwhetherourneighbor.; ;may.not be a however. paralizing totbeir. powers of ae l : 1a9f -
quantity of it to our Consul at Yalparaiso, or mind : ; 1 ,' oursq epccss .
lie of reference ittle action have wonderful effect
England to tiehpilinthropyof fishy ate 'k'admits .his dev always a
the United States Charge at Chili. If we could i. J. .; . ..7init i> <' > 't .' ,' : st' ,the.pombility that aj jnajorfa
only secure a grass which would make us fat Abolitionism.The i don to the ""lntel1ige cert'.? .I e'venerable ,n !.sharpening';Jtheir. i ,wits,) .qn&clearingujtheir J i : ; .
and cheap stock and a plenty of it, and serve as wildjvisionary'or; reckless meDi
t organ of the Whig]party, he even i intellects,. so that. they"become I I. 'i" > : ;: : I
I clover is made to do in the Northern States, as 41 ,: :& ; '" ii get.into tbeCoiivention .fas, gen',
IuaI us. *>* -v*- i ** \ .
a most economical and efficient fertilizer of the styles it''his text book" and "hi ]divini- marvellously expert and i ingenious in when such assemblies' -
oil we could fully estimate substantial value "' ra'as ; J enabled to find rea- happens. are .
: As the Intelligencer argument an are j' ''
An ty. ; goes, t
abundance'of.lrumors .
I I of the acquisition reach as. ( .ed by the{,people,) would caitsemttremble
& from the frontier tbe'effect' herefore,-we may considerhim: as con- sons "plenty as lifack-.berrics" for,proceeding -
I to 'that:SAM at the'idea trusting to'thai>
essing to the; same pol y.ii; ;willingness with. caution, and: pausing be- ,
f The recent abolition speech of Mr. Seward in JONES and his tribe of Miccasukies. posi; .iultolf. ., :'its deliberation., *' Vjrj, '

(he Senate,tempted the Washington Republic Lively) refuse to emigrate' and thai a .,to sacrifice"every. thing-to' hispary "ore,they.go. furtheror commit. themselves lath be the consequence- 'if the IC n..'

: to deviate from its ordinary unruffled course'of Government : .1 I ; : ; ;":; :-." to a course'of which they cannot
train,, sent .into the l'ldJan : iib.n": i (though fully,
agreed the"ject
the and"to :He :attempts 'to4rv i til.the and ; -on ;,
wishy-washy on slavery question, to' 'assist the ,Seminoles : a comparisonbetween see:( consequences :possible, results. :
country i.n' removing for which "
f j administer some appropriate correction to the tbeq Ititelligenc r' arid the UnionTb These'geniuses, who always become they meet) 8h9 /
heir property, has .been. driven '' '' > S; to
and remedies
York measures
New couscience-mongering demagogue.It *!-* agree upon ,
; pf them 'on'theve .
political .papers so suddenly peaceable
was so unusual an exhibition of spirit on the back. We have,obtained.',however, no > It is very-certain that'delegates] Trpm'ivast
l published at: th,'seat of:Government.Nfo ofaction, are sure to make a:constant .
I part: of the Republic, that we have no hope of authentic.in tell igen.ce. : extent ofcountr
l '. .' comparisoncould have.been, 'more' and adroit 'us'e of certain stereotyped r representing en
its than accidental. How it
will be "
t t being more A letter in the Wakulla Times dated -i> .
f received by the masters of the Administration unfortunate. .It is evident that he.presumed phrases:and wise saws .suited, to such ry shade of opinion t,will agree ont,

may judged from the following paragraph I Tampa on' the 6th March,., says :-"I :upon the ighbrarice. of.those. 'who occasions, among which 't they find the subjects, on which their'mtndll' ',,;'
arrived safe at ,the 2d and d ? i >-i *- i > i. .
I Tampa on been made
of the New York Commercial previ opt'* Will no!
Advertiser are notin; the.habit of readingboth'pajers. words excitement and agitation, more -. '
iiticiana -
had the
"THE REPUBLIC AND Ma.SEWARD.-The Wash pleasure of seeing the 'first parr .' The Union is:a sturdy,political!! and ready at hand than others propposing i ,parties certainly
apt ,
I ,, any
cannot be well informed "" (
ington Republic leave r
upoa ty of Indians for,their horne&in a-1- ;& I lesce ,
a which i jb
the state of feeling at the North, if it supposes '. p perIListrue-but, i it is known.and as they conVey a queer censure ,on uppn. Jppjc; 90. ,they *:.

that its editorial on Mr. Seward's speech, will the West. We got to the Manatee felt 'to.be just otherwise. been, agreed, fur. moo,I ItweniyJyearsvpastl" .
as sturdy'a
99pptrofSouthern' those whose, actionjhey{ would
arrest. ,
1 be at all palatable in this direction ; nor.do we river on the ]1astdayof February. 'The >* : t have here
J.I,: think the tone of its comments is that to which Interests, a, .commendation by representing them as being more .

the Senator from New York was entitled at the steamer Fashion was laying at anchor which cannot j.be'applied; 'to''the'Intelli- governed by passion than prudence Editor, .gWen the general form-and,
hands of the Washington Republic.' Mr.Seward opposite Dr..Braden's i '- VJ '
plantation with'74Indians
V with no less courtesy to the Senate than jencer. 1 ,ItSued. that its junior:editor and reflection'and so far more in the some the.exact words pf i

other speakers, frankly declared his sentiments, : ..men, .,v rpen.and. eti;idt! n., Mr. BDKKE 'wls" born' ..in ;N .wHampshire. wrong,. whatever provocation ,they species i "I ofc, -i oracular' 4 '. .inLerrpgatora
sentiments that are largely shared in the There i9 warriors and ftj-r ', "- '
at. were. shrewd
boys and
.. .. queries, doubtful do
Our : : *
North-and we see not why he should re- neighbor pretends to may have ,received than their oppo-
civec less and civility than other Senators that would be. warriors!. in a few years. I which may .be found propounded.in tit
Forget. thai b th'bf l His i clear,.party, :or-t tients-wh .are' 'impliedly: .acquitted of
i from aWhig jq rnaL W e do not agree with The chiefs were Cap-a-chu-chee and *: J t" ft' -'"\ : columns
all that Mr. Seward so ably said.Ve think. ans .are:liable; to:a similar objection, thid'species of erro'r, and therefore to oftheopp. ition pr.neutral"fJ p
I Mr. Webster was nearer right in for Cotser-fixico-chopko, both intelligentsmart c persof the.day-if they can be
f contending and that'would. be difficult l to:point be considered 'as :setting d opposite
, the supremacy of constitutional requisitions. men. The.steamer left in about .'\- ?:lout \ ,. -', ".' *.*' '-
Ct, : neutral when
I- But we can assure the Republic that such remarks half an individual connected'with either example of forbearance and moderation, contributing by, :

as it indulges in at Mr.Seward's expense an hour'after'we got iiito'lhe, river the:Intelligencer l j :or the Repiiblfc\ who in other 'words, they' would have' those course, to-.diai'countenance'tbeir friesb. .
I < will neither counteract the effect of the speech Bowlegs is making preparations to leave .- ; .*! -
I nor gratify the Whig )party at the North. when : bad first,drawn breath on. elaveholditigsoil. ] who have been compelled, wrong and and, i'giyej comfpr to the enemy.! I
the returns
We look to see Gen. .Taylor's, organ sneak ,steamer' frorriNew' ; The. :junior editor of;the Bepub- apprehension, to take a'firm' and final of these moderator.. *on' "'-the" field. of IllS
few such this. Orleans. He"a d his ,will : + < "f .
back after a rubs as What else : start I'
: parly tie has discovered_
| :I can it do? The doctrine of ilr_.Seward's lie,.labors under: .imputation of;having stand against any further aggressions, "more than' %

I i !f I \ speech-that the conscience of, the .North, in from Charlotte's Harbor. After they I i 'edited the'BbstonAtlas. in its. .:worst. or encroachments' upon their rights, 'to years ago/'abolition/ i i I petitionswere presented ;,:
I \ \ the matter delivering up fugitive slaves is have left,.! think.Sam,Jones will agreeto ; -- .4- ;i>f- i and
I phrenzy Abolitionism ; do. with mildness and forbearance to, in Congress .
| : of higher authority than.the Constitution of the > i, so ,or :
He at this time that he will "
| United States-has been avowed, time and again go. says .' But'all:this'is' neither"here' there.: in the and that thirty years ago an agitai _
t the highest authorities, in the not leave unlesshes .,; .;.. ..1. ., nor- ,. most. gentle manner possible ;-
by Whig compelled
j The is about'Editor's birth and forced last in ,defenceof was broughtaboutby the WHmotPrvfi
l j press. It was put forth by the Commercial Advertiser question, not to fight at :
i in its comments on Mr. Clay's speech \ their alters'and firesides -do without so question,? that convulsed thi
places1b"EditOri!! newspapers.. Ourrieig&bor so goven ,
lUre .
Norton's '
r'4 and by the Boston Atlas,as an answer to Mr.. ,Reply. I 5v't **! '-> J -- ,. "
Webster. It is common doctrine with the press : c 7' ,' admits his ,veneration his :' excitement-10 make conciliationtheir ment to jtsfcentre., The object of k4

, and the politicians, and has been practically car We give.to,our readers ,this..week, "text Do k"'and "Diviriity"'the I IelljLl countersign"and peace. their battlei'd' writer in lefering to this forgotten evo !
ried out by the Northern States for ,( b ( ".: !"I' .0. LJ4. ; -' J.'
tt {tast. If this indignation of the Republic.many years at on tour'first page,the reply of the Hon,J gencer. Any one that:can:read knows cry,. as being .a species of. strajegy; is no doubt:to' show.that- ,there' i i. no uson'why "

;, %lr.Seward were any thing more than a caprice JACKSON..MORTON .to the extraordinary the' insid o "''course. "',the' latterjouirnal best 'calculated 'to strike with' astonish this"harmless] agitation j .m '
should have heard the like before. At least ! it we seems so. Possible, however,this is the drop and uncalled1 effusion'u? : _:of o'or.' *:Execuu .-, ha ;p rsuedifor the lasttwo: years-- mint,'and carry.terror into the ranks,"of not'go pn.fortorty: years : jri re.iliv|

I that made the bucket run over and that we are fr,. .$nowz. j an admfrablywritten and that couldheaifnHignt. have., enemy. Being agitated themselveswith ; J
: r ,
now to be remineded of what the world had so -il- >* ii* i.1 :{';?'*(: -j i.' 03 "
well forgottenthat the President is not a Northern production, and_ the thanks of heard:our neighbor; rise in.the.c South- .,the :ague-tremblings of .fear .and. has occurred, i in the aspect. of.this'if

man. It is certain that the Republic can- his constituents'".are due to oiir"'respected ernMeetingand* withmost"* : i >enviable 44 't'TiV *as-*S5'| doubt!;)they' deprecate, 'above all:thingsj i tating question, which should'call.fo ,
,. ,
sustain its attack on Seward,without divi- t-iliJ'fJJ Pj"Ht'jJii. .n'v.I "i- .1' ; : .iiWj 'LCi :I-:
: ding hot the Whig party.. Which would take the Senator, for: thetl logical' manner in* .'surance declare that\the ,policy, of.the anddenounce 1 agitation-or theznova.m&itS at this time, xraordinaryandi red
largest half is not quite so clear, but ,the spectacle which he' has'exposed'tfeabsurdities bf' 'r was i to i > \'r yrublio'tJalf'. .para-ttIntelligencer ,. >? which'excite.'their apprehensions.i" ; tionary measures.:" jn.other wo:rt
,of New York cut up into four nearly equal t' li i--1.t4'T ,1* 'v'i'p' V l. o-f, >& / u.-' "- .i ; <' :' : '
parties, would be intensely amusing tc the spec the. ', -ti.be.1orgotten. i,t. 6,. 'a B. rown-4elter.t t. ; graphs from:Southern papcrs opposed as j,'prematurerasban4crunina'1; j,:and that justifies fif. .any-ijf attempt t.nTJf-" to:put acisiveth

tators. He properly; comments ..witb'severity'upo to a Southern Convention.and... 'that thereZtJf by:thus"assuming. "or implying. that'their : kiluti e '
". tr-it.tt'ifjzST ;jl;' :' iitbiJUM Jt '" '.
> iij "i u; 'Ediio'r'
.the': $- .ctthatouj; G t !'i { y' !i fore;- ,hei :himself.was_right 'opposing. friends, though..stan log. on ,the'defensive guage" \ iW i !,.. ', J.J otli, J'e" .wIobaitengththe .H ; .,
TUB DEMOCRACY OF DELAWAEK.-The Democrats himself of his official l character togive itIDe1icious! : logicfoSodthern: i;l'Slave2lj ( .' are. urging i in their mode of seeking people a; \ dorft
1 t..r
of Delaware held a State Convention at : UVHH'1V 'i-V\ '
id* Ions'which;Trom'the i ., j redress contribute to .make: them n "Lt .now urging .them :'to:&:
Dover, on.the 22d February, James N,; Sutton importance j .ppm i olders.w,1' .af 'wtl, 4.1.r. .d} fl -'- ili. ; a'4. v-ij .; "* .'.'

presiding, at which resolutions were adopted in man,were utterly\Vorthless-and, rightly i'i'N.._*;?* itr'&t'? 'tbai' Thii appear' sa"' in the eyes of .theworld.'t : .-" frcrt and.:.resist',oppression-and/.>
favor of calling a Convention to amend the Constitution ; ci4: 3' ; joit jtt ? v S"V"*' .' '' >-' t :' '
i I "declafes'tHat' \ ; ; r .doubt seiziI ih ai'bj the 'srm :..aTud. i 'palm
he\-expressesflneseni-( is past.for.discussing expediene7of They expediency and lawfulness .. '
of the State,by a vote directly by the |I' ?;* "i't| l'T'iJt)xlH1.. 4t. .-*iav .<. w ; t '' V. .f f. : : : ; '' ;
; people; re-affirming the Baltimore resolutions ments ;ofneither, ,"of.thegreat': political' holding: ;'a. ,Southlsni.i jConypntioh { l"flt :of; 'any:''organized ,resistance. ;?even them bytheiJcirts,'the instant that,i e J,
A of 1848; and, after some other resolutions, .. rfJ ::1tr wwiltrnoterLainlybe t'.ir: ,' 1J" J i/Tlw >/ "ii.t '''' nrti; it.,, o'to.lawf to takeconcert "
doptingthe following one on the National*quea-'. 'arties't6f' "" "fljl Je',.4tI'I State; He,:. "i.'atso.. \ 'iJukes, ; {held.,!and,)'any ifopposHion aggression,.and.have an-instinctive attempt tbgelher, '

> tion: '*'' b.'m' ;ror,a16wjn! partjza.ns i tointer" J i i ; -SuihcdlIhv 'and insuperable horror of those act ini proper consent (or the'.purpenj'
'Delaware from her geographicarjxm- I ; ; tU fI.hH. *0 j ri .'<'t '' > ri&"v
That .13I : ) r.iV..i- .r contribute
fere.withns/ ; views "and Clearly l Jgixi tHe effec.t 'rtpaefeatv"its obJect rrflf thorough ,, mpstdangerons t otj.all. .assemblagesConventions' daily ita embarrass. j .
!. t;on, is peculiarly interested in' .the. : question1 ;'ai tt.rUt'c'Hl r-7f ,'II.\' ". L-"l1' ..-. 1.. If,, *\ r't tt V"f f\' *t
I which'now agitates' the Federal''Congress.;' strates,that: Gov. BROWN?is far'.more"an-; pacification5 f of'section5CU ) : i 1 diffil l of.the People-as tending to tionandarray i .., .public .pinion ;aifsis- '- ,
of her citizens iJ! S': 'iHft X1 tlf' 1jiirl-jrlV-y .'14'Obe4eetof &kdjfl: tf Vli.kj S'tl'iwv. > ii & -
That a large majority are opposedto --f > *"il ':* > i f .ri do the
can so
any interference with the institution of!&1&? xiou'about tbe"salvation of the Great.4'.., ties;;97Ye 'J n !; tbiLhoBe.; produce).cpllision, fn9L:conthctvithtbePowersht.be against. coarse" ? r.

very.on the part of Congress,or the application' TAYLOR party.than that,of.the South and pubIjtand: Sentinel cold WaterweeU r though ;the:latter South.._ .We,"hence;'seeihe' .NaIntelligencer ;
the Wilmot Proviso to territorial > 'c 'O : 't '-e tli Ifru'Jtf. I 9fU w ; p- i'C. 4v '
of ments. That the people 'of these_territories govern-, ten'..-tUH"t i on'"','>i' Itd"Ja MDi4.ffJo8) :Ji7'1 f"!)(""1Z3 t.3iW i 1.I't41 t'\-tllt' after,'w.Qe.kjipb' tiie.'prpject and, _.LeaRt9 tQwor.. ..h+e, .:t evils., *,",.?* whichJeqd f >*.*'tJJ -.1}t%T** : daily fined with eitrH, *,,

when they become States alone have the'power .e'Wejiare.pleased to:perceive. h.at.i evidently desire' 'itsdefeatf the'sameTAj&wJ O'Uhd.render 8u meetings n eesstJryJ from- Southern a> "AA JR.papers 4"p, in* \ fit i *
to control their'dome tic'institutiorthjimnd that1 : -ij!*! -* -jff'A .i 4iff.'f iViJ't tyrt "J/k'J7Jf[ XT "Ijt! W "ifi ii J-i W // "ififxitime.seeithe 1il4b U?! at.-jfS i-.tw i rr'.C ]- .rj ; '
rreatChangC is" ffifit". ver'theew 'quotation) declaring ithattheyrafe Tqytnid : irij fi.h ':. ;treacherous ,and cowardlycpuraeIuedQt4it if m[
any attempt abridge such'power1 would?not : 'c. ]1.,1 i. .j.U1whohave.enroled.themseles- \1IJ.. .P ... ? ." ". inosi.uiv, ...hrF.tJ.u .
only tend to disunie,'but-. o1zte"the most-' i as-the; true''::aVsteel' to:'SduthVrS !finWr0its ;} fectiVe':modes'that :can':be:devised.-to,, : ccrt-ht'ed.tirs... ;., iT.:

cred States.pledges: 'That repeatedly thoultbe1ievinThat: given! to the. ,Sou Congress hem dj"J; ipl' j "Gof C'I"-G ;vBiiP: 41'thjs i. ".i.jlI"ihitf" 1v .nt. .I& 7 $,:Snd;ihat.iVj t: ; : QVEOTioMjLBovapwtyl '' .;14.D,1d "embain.4clefQat_* \ : s the.J.UV-tt "action* *?- 9f thelr r >;' irM;, ;! Va".lff tt flt o vare;accompahie.1--tl.,if,

,, has jiosuthorityto interfere with'the 'qu s iou .p1 tb ,$outh 'n .hey 4o -not' speak' : f bfw6compwnceting 1i ir( x r cl friends ;or th. party, with.whom ,they \ttwaddlecommonp1ac ., andww*
either in the States territories*the > RL: hJ : ; ; 1.t.I: u' iit t '
of slavery or 'tc -" > '
; deep and abiding attachment bfthe people'"of su.t'confidently fJ' (. ('.,f." areturning. ;:..'aen-,4., "L'eoF:. .a paragraph'r&in i fliucningliboi. ? rtln: .prpc9Qt.askerBCfljuestiotisj.'I't.T'h"' '' '.ey..Iri.t".l', %.J Ef: ; ; rng: of ihe- prosing dotard' .w>oBs'th'em :: "

.. I t Delaware to the Union' would,in the same spirit justice, the Nortbforfacts, are against which htr. eijten ai 'hi-': asliftioD h\..).of1. : and:as'we. have;be-: i-t :, 4.twh'ol whiJd'tfdi'\'..'Ji :*.w

1 I of compromise which o"led'the Constitution', theth" iid r 'J efi 'I j\y t1i l6o\ ;atbeadofhiaamcl 4" .}2zLr -it'! toix J Je.H. !lSV{ f( t ejajjj t sjugges l rs'bt1i i a"and. Y 1lv_. copiously'vftorn:i these1''hypocriticaldelugesahe ,.$!
U, sustain and enforce the.extention,.pf theline of ;.ut't.'I' J.I./I t.'pg. 1.' r i .4i.. J. "',"' b.! :{ ';'-'t "S' tvjJ
j: the, Missouri:compromise. to.the.. Pacific.4 : J i. :-jt regret( .tbat h!they r have' taken;a1f I8tf:po- fitid lithereiainly| l \fitt iaj<*P lani8i1 .ef,.cease'croaking I their}minister..prophet : j lp "tP p ,ife

t ,, : :- _, ) r; .c-;.. 'S'.-.A-k"i "1 f lfe; ',henndGQBRowri" on Ut the 1 :Southern jwwMpTt t UZ il-t..jjdijjjanuthere o eJt .' 'ii"'. '8f,. ..-;{f 'a-roki; ..g' iJ ''l iinr. i1(3evis l'iaz witI1ils QY.Ii PMlkl t", '
I ; .... : >rf. -' :40 ,1. .H.* .fl I..rilr.q1
4 .
-* Iot-l \-4 :
: .443i '
V>THE UASSYIUX 'ESOUJTIO'N.W' tnk'e measure -, toh9'' pangs .offemrse-and; : tot'the. I.ri 6-a i'c r ? e. .tb:WrtVpr ej'u- ;terr ogatories. at.-i thosqwhorniheyeof t8ki nm 3aky..bluf1JiQ d c zjO'roo,. 1
in standing tne fact that the proceedingsof L.'t t "1illM.P .t; AIr .!a:.J tf.I '..sft.TiTriboWly. -
4 t I : l-Ji.lt. his columns) fOT s ltiiig'
'i I the meeting'at Cdssville;:on the Sth.inst, did convictontat;'!, .,,,., .,! fo.l.I.1C.., .'it.'llliJJ...gil'... 'Jj: .Q t ti1 >., 9. 1,r 'mpi a i ku_ d } t; -%: -5'and. ?.,!firmly'arraed-inlthe. J-- 'i ." q.'i' 1.i j.1, '(: [ -- \ \\ C} 1\ \ _

L1 not ejesith' :jenthnects< or ,the :citizens'of.Cass seqileIc s e .fron t 't f f(t6 'a$$ \ tiihistt: ve.ii< f ib 1i rBl '. 'con tes.tBJandresolvecLin declslfe.,8.Oof: 'the.incendary publicafro __ -Jrt', i.
Cass county... Meetings subsequent held/at, ; ; "'. l 'vz.tyti'wn!fi;av t%s t-to i)fts&mWementa .;\ft Q1r.r.iJ.1r.j\-h'rff.i ; " Cartersville' 'amLAdairsville;l luVeTcondemnede NortUt aclcnovJe2h' ourcpntiutional tO ., !p:11r .PJY vezrqcnLtc!: 'Unp :. 'JerrIe. : at v: irm!agamsttheSouth.contaiDedmt j
.';":'.) '.J ; > --i "" *"'i11''". -!JM ji Wfc*ii if**o d IW"Vframed > fr Jj
,' U Bolt t s'adop ciJ p ,j U.sl) i t Ci Ur:' ligb1:1b' WUbhov b li n'a.dt b z'' '. 'I,1 h. Wli .1'.I..e.c"8..'...J e,'meairexff !--.i ft ohd-propounded the following,: .abolltlonprJ.1'f8.So11' ppeofthe.Iegitz1, '.
'J'tie aCtiOll' :t the' lat ;.IJiarictnventIi; iaJ ;: J- ,;>w ?H;.W-X"3jaVJ9J3wK- .;WC JVfr-rJvSwwis ', \ -tJ4-ffmi- :5' 3iv32rf* ,;)L'rvifft.i i ?v-Sci*> "fnrr';, tk.o lJ.'P'ln'nl''l:1.'t '. T t.f''I .
'shows:that < 'p rmmove8tamoei JsJn"tb Z/iJ i iJi those wJweten4ing, 't-4[ greater ,qeptlbatirt..isbettrjo. f\a, .,r1tlA; o \\<)J gb.ferytM'tt : fRtv, '#.).:It,_% "1rn1JI't.t'vueD'! l 1018:S J*-onOseQ Wf ti.a,j, .' euts al t l'. 8. f Oft t.'. 'i,1tt'OQ. .

:'w beleft'aloue'mrgfy l )love1orthaJJnionthd i the.rcstbf4hejr rUe.to'w'i\1liefS6al6if \"JsinnLI'.._ ,WTe'reatr.' .I t t l l tlon 1 1eet!;. # *-t j'i)w at'' USI'jWi.B ; : fj jec f atat eryjJaTef bq c ,
will perhaps.Jhjayejhewitislaction of be-; : .''SlWmitnd .' ': ." isqMsr r '; rl'j u..-. ? mp r f soy* : JWfa'i ? < dP.n' "" '.''*rt"IJ .,!y rt;I atfd:'ih Ktuwfiind'ii* "'jt'
neghuorevinceawiIiingness; to hfo to peqatQ PLTq1jjt'C,|y b imT. : :.me1nber8mayqtAtetflptlih' \ .to accpm.; iflqita .
; r.l
in'Quoted by .NbrlhernsaboUUpnaagitators iis | ) "4f .Mvi- t bn I ". t. ;
I I., mea, pfbtrCt9flp.. But(those idcnpancersof ; ,:tyranny-which- .Viveswea'iti t. '., .f.'ri. J ,';., ..ttG.; s1wB.J Y".t. ;,f. .I&t..h.we .. notthooght. ( bylthpse! who:/send l.1t. Jj) ) :'iit Jrm 4t t.tl'ft' .

t>outhor.tf'ConKntwnsyjUftQt, Iw recognized! 'H:<".l lfTf4' "*itt ?rt**rl.11i. ,Y.10t1ttme :! i!trrvr.l. .tU fttfi q O'Jtt1J t} ni4 1J.q. jW: '' ..;nQ"'h ; !'t' .; iiveraiJlft/i .cJri fp} ; \

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end other jnterestsare rof .tu2; 1xzUers rug ti nitter nntflthy, eunta ZJjous,) l1Ii-jiM ave Ista1I .

1Ut' secofldTY imporaucer 4te3 tuna 4ou'bl tiat numner have graaua; Mdikbet M. S

$ svhebe $ : ttP : rtTz1 miVEXANDERtGALLOWAY4I. ty-fiveyearsofaga.-!
of c ns4ert1d! *** iwt '
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of erentl.el>amest por- : : ELIZABETH

liberties : _
lOt.QatcaLsthook S JiflePeb23dO4Not
concerned : .c
L10 of the bumanfaP5 enea- si 5 dThes4
liici 1 J$32 at 1tiacikb
naiienb1eiizht" I ; ;
freedom anIs aid bqoc i flVirgiiti vh iE'owihThN6iE llId gfljfSi+i iith.raai

of ill the rest of' man- d Iiui i i4i1 Saturday
theAfriCa .
)f ; >willaellatthe Court House .

t carr'_ -fc, -zc -( tyi&tl. Lawa'dimss, Two Had i SeJ
ind.tWben. The lawngs Ttended'toand'large ; has
the Southern Staff am eal'the etonea fiirown 'td plo 1iibKvc counec j..4 .eatyrAeret Land, the' rmaiader of the Kal
hbcrtobeeu pLeDesk OlT ck4 v nvwww 4IWW&% d I J
free, j
constitution, and ifall baclyi p? -AmerieAn pffic Easbeen, r Under these circumstanceViY fills'usvitU ( .z sold'to pay thedebt* f aid Estate
0 r. ;
it for prelection, the cry is.rttiised: and his life is despaedof4: young Pole)h43 thine ,and-h ifiatiohytoif inkATiththe1r half land cash la situated and haiftelvooflbtedJ5 The '
,D {iM i irf" in danger 3" asi1, the been.killed and manyotheEualtieshaTeta.;, > parents endinfrtheirchiUlreiir
the Union is patronage, !t fiil Hungtrand Hardship Pla&U on formerljocicopiedbyCotllmiHart.
bat kea.place Many arrests continue takejilace i -ijjjji.i .c; t<- .
; -S. S .
distinct from and ichoots, Wejs.tietate 8hala, & : ?- -
Union was something in Naples Mr, Brown,,an t American,-an4rfortmerly. $ pridel Where is i &cffene&and1Iyc&! i7 arwus r ceior saa 1 fc> ; -L -.- -iMARY!LONG.Ado x :
than that sacred .Consul at Rome,has been ordered to.quit A* s.V* S-fc -r* -* -< S
character : give w facMoti ; : &DJERNANDEZAens ..A
lof a higher Naples in forty-eight hours,t and ,iDdign&nt t e South V Whe is their igard for hble gi'Covers cleaned ;or dyed -ei ** ;**w \
of liberW. may : t '
instrument, and great charter and angry,correspondencen has taken*place.be f r teyi %jum? ;wiea. Apour : t .
Th msvilel
Those who talk most loudly of'upholding tween the American charge;d'Affaires and the their patronage riiif tre msjipoa..iSPP80wbouevery : Gentjemen'agarnentarenoatea in the seine ; .

Neapolitan overnent.ThereJs;DohIng yet and abuse them kotyWas'fomerlyrsoiasmot o 4TRET
considered day
' the Union, are as known of its .termination. i > -*** ANDvCpDN8EtLOB
; edbyany done at tie.Nbrth or dyed as '
ndth ir1nstitutions. *" ** &aw* may removed
''the truest friends of the constitution 5 _: ..- required, withotifslafnihg the skin or,soil- : his office from Columbia'JL q
nntyltb Jaclwoavnie.
1" "J *H JOuralCoast*
The New York Legislature*been revising hhe linen.

and those who uphold the constitution, he law of divorce, with, a view of making the contractjhan'betweenS., >utbern' The Ladies' Bonnets dyed"black1; clean'ed, "anda respectfully woated withlim inform: in'the his; friends that he has as. t

are denounced as the enemies of the dissolution of the marriage tiernoreeasyto callous iy"n4 S(>u ernV J'apticjB Ancljy ttils press' stieKortyIe. D} brother, S.VT. SAKDKMOJU practice_" of'*Law j'The hi* S.

The people of the South, how natures. The'joitit sel committee" "'has'' ) 311 Southern Praazcealotte tnj re- 'Ldi&* d Gntli'edGslealied''* firra will be. represented atieach and ..
Union added to the causes for which divorces'are1 after the most approved London fashion. ; -,

on tins sub- permitted dress.. 'can'be found for Souihrn Rihts. every term of the Circuit Court, in the several
Hill not be mystified by existing statutes a number of ethers
Counties the East era'Judicial
ever, which i is -"incurable Encourageyour ownad] "depenitl Idpotfyourselyes f N13-Ordere from- Florida South Carolina Circuit ITit
insanity followed ,
the daily among ; ,
by County in the
be imposed upon ofrHamiltoni; Middle Circail .
or ". Thai sihe9yj uUvarli and the interior'of Geoi'gia,4will -
Meet, by partial idiocy. .'tA more helpless condition > |s ) faithfully The"SuprenieConrt' TallaHassee. ind

repeated trick, and sanctimonious whine could not-well be described than is here enumerated State Right s.to which-the Souihrcan and punctuaUy. attended to4 UlS.'CoortatSt.Augustint the i'

of the doubled-voiced deceivers,who cry iis: justifiable cause for total .abandpnment look with1 particle of confidence; W& ,,4., & :-: i9tic. : **fAll business entrusted to their care wul
-Nor could
; a'more'pitable'eause' be con* 'believe'iihat if ALUOATOB.. .. receive prompt attention. .. ... .- -
and ( institution solemnly therSfdutheni3fat'esxfthe (t
note ( ; c
high ceived for JUttselfish 1.AeI.icI': :
Union in a -calling allthe/mot ten edes
Jr 5.
: SwANDERsoN;:
scarce-heard undertone and hope derness and devotion,wJiichare the natural and .Unjoh,! alY.8UCqt4nhtq! t :-c! $ the$ 4 S T4kaOnvIUDmtiil
weeks after date. LundeisinOdwiU
in a o'fiheV. till fauJtrwilUbe Tall SIXr; | ; -U C'ty.PI
pure manifestations faith pledged ;;heir, adversaries, the of .5 -- -

to pass off as the only Hue friends and death,///for/ better for,,worse,fbf.ficherlfor.ppor? their own. Instead of making themselves Probate for apptiototheHon.Judge letters.of administration on the Estate

Statesmen of the day, and as Sages and er, in sickness and in health,''that'the object of Strong by self'dependenceirthlBy ,of Fisher Gaskins,late of said County,deed. !
affection hhandpf.
an early ,reduced by disease ,
ar-seeing prophets hereafter. to feebl ues&.kincons Thus essaiid imbecility. absolutely furnish .'tHeir. enemjJJswJth! ..sitfp&s, j HEZEKAHjOSTEEN'' BOWLING ALLEY BILLIARD t

STATOR. We"are.old'( hIon enough" fb thing that j8iqews of'ar' :jn immense annual -March.16,?50 i?-, <\. $5. SALOON.. : : .

the application for a; divorce 011 such grounds sumsito be used iu noucishirijerourTevilersj v Notice.' : : ; inT:
ILweeks,afters shall ,to theHon.ferry : ,
;datejl .apply
of the Mercury. ought to subject a inan or woman to universal ulti- S .
Correspondence and"increasing5their.ability rIIEsUBsCRIBER.
and that the to G. 1lJudge of the Probate hasjug
contempt, application ought
WASHINGTON, Marc 1 12, 1850. come from some quarter to take the sufferer matelylotind. nand foot!* Ofa; foilj.! Court in and for the County of Benton, for let !,r..R.1rr, North j zideone doofroeonier

Since 1 last wrote you, nothing of any partickr out of the power of one capable conceiving Oh, :madness \-.--Richmond Republican.DISCOVERY' ters of Administration on the Estate of Hardi- .OfLIBEZTTft Street, RESTAURANT..

importance has transpired in Congress to the idea of so heartless .a desertion.. -N.. 0.F 1) L .. L" man'I.Harrell,"late Benton count-/:deceased. BQ&LING.ALLEY.Las and BILLIARD SALOO

chance the dangerous aspect of the political icaun.c.. < j<- I t OF ARUNAWAY' ''Sw.VE IN 1. r -. ;i NANCY PjHAKREJULl establisnment been fitted up entirely

iorizon. There has been speaking in both TexVs ", March..4 6, '50.:; ?f <:-, z, *:, :i, new%ooi is open, for tlie receptIon. of visitors at
louses. Yesterday had the Hon. W. H. So- MEXicOf-The Bijenbam ( ) Lon ; '* ]' the usual hours. 3 -..

rartl the ex-Governor of the great State of New VIRGIMA.-Gov. Floyd has recently communicated tarhas ihe/Qirowing.paragiaph,: .* Sherifi's.SaIe, feBentpnt Co.,, Ba.I /-2 TbeBor, : t-" SAS

fork! How are the mighty fallen, when the to the Legislature of Virginia the fact "Our townsman, Hugh C Mclutyre, SHALL expose:for sale in front of the Court been supplied with the choicestjliqtjorr.and .

2mpire: State is represented in the United States that the Governor Ohio has refused, on his has just returned frofn'a'trip'tO'Mexicoij .House door.ofjBenton County,,on the first beverages to suitevery palate wili

Senate by such a man as this. You will get the fugitive requisition from to justice.deliver up The a free colored for man the a whither he has been in, pursuit ,of his Monday cin April next, within :legal hours of be prepared with despatch1. The'delicacies' of

entire speech as corrected by Mr. Seward himkelf pretext refusal sale the following property, to wit i Two hun the season will be at all times supplied: Oy
the mail. I is essentially the same as that under which egroboy, who, ,it wilj be lecollected, -
since its delivery, by present dred and forty acres of laud more or less, being ters Partridges,Venison Steaks, fee-, served at
lincerely trust that you will give it an extentfve GOT.Seward a few years since refused' the requisition ran away Jastispring for the purposeof! the East > of the NorthWest } of Section 17.andNorth ; all hours, and on the shortest notice. .

circulation in the South, byre-publishing : of the Governor of Georgia. Governor going off at the same time Me cerHill's "Eas31of'Section'lS'Townahip 22 ;The :Billiard R&aHAS (

in the Mercury. You cannot better serve Floyd,in communicating this refusal to .the' South 19 East ..the -
t stolen. Hcliii d his Range property Charles .been
iiegrd boy was Imported
recommends that be | exprely for the
Legislature ,
some measure
South than If *AVMW
of the by so doing.
he cause Russell, tol satisfy one FL Fa. issued from the is m .of-.the -
to transfer the trade of Virginia dlrect1onhQveverad most beautiful
.here are still remaining in the Southern sec- entirely Circuit Court.of i Madison county: M. F., in'favor with -construe*
tiqn air and India
ion any persons who are anxious to believe that from those States which have trampled' in Mexico, near El l Paso.' .tHere he had .of William.Ware,-thU 18th FeblS50. rubber cushions.; ;i-1' v
from the North of to the under foot the Constitution of the United States .Thfl.wIijp1iea.dBia' 2
here is hope justice taken conditionally a Mexican wife, ( S ,.NLMOODY .
read in Seward's speech what to those which are still,willing to abide,by itscompromisesand p .. A RE also just frbni the workman.'and
outh, they can arid was in a fair way to do well, wh'eiihTsmaster -i, -; .1, a----- Sheriff. Benton Co.: ev
their. under
is be Seward's recognise .rights ... 21 convenience Itae entertainment
:nd of justice to expected. March 2d, 1850. *, 'tds ; "and
peech will be popular at the North, for it honatly it. The message concludes follows. :, accidentally c beard|of,|and L comfort of guests has ,, provided.'S .T 'T

embodies the true sentiments of a very concerted and united action on the part followed. and'capture'd ,hir-thoughpoi Sheriff'sSa1e, Benton C Fla. *#* 'CdrdaU3inYið&publi&toll

arge portion of that section,and more especial- of the South !this matter, will eitherredress, ; .4'j. a, little brush with.his;;fat her- [.sIlALL: expose for.gale front pf the Court this Establishment, ssuring them that 1 shall at

y, of the constituents of Mr.Seward. The Senator our grievances once or- transfer the.direct iri-lavr, and oth. rs.-df.his new.relatives. House door of Benton county, on.the; first spare no'effort toc6 tribute to theii-recrtadon.

his the confidence of the Administration, European trade to the Southern ports, or buildup Monday in April .next, within,the :legalhoursof li GEORGESKIFFJacksonvillt -
all Major Scott and;' other officers at JFofl v ,:
and is the adviser in the most important Cabinet manufactures of sorts, in. our country, sale,the following property,to wit:.One hundred ,February 161849.. "- "
which would tend greatly "to.-our Duncan extended to Mr. -- ---
measures. While you may smile at some ; Mcntye,5r and sixty acres of Land more or less being -.---

of the pranks of a Hale, or a Chase, yon cannot strength and independence. ;. the capture pjf his priiperty, every' iaci-; the North,Vfc8tJ ,j) Sect ioa23j.Township,21j S: :Ccueral Orders, T:; -

smile at Seward. There is mischief in what he "We now tax a tin pedlar ten dollars a year, lily? consistent. with their.duty ms <>ffi 0 Range\8X-the prpperty of Michael f Shoolts to o- E. ct1TLY D7A3TX5$7', 1

says, and in what he does. He is no fanatic.le whilst a clock pedlar has to pay fifty. ..Theivenders ; satisfy,two Fi..Fas, issued jfrom Justice Court "

is cool shrewd of all articles manufactured in the. recus* cers. Of Hillsborpugh in7favorof Thomas P. :
a calculating, politician.Je ;coonty ; L election is nereby.prdered to be held In
from sudden He ant States,could be taxed one hundred per cent, served Joha .Constable
never act: any impulse. Kennedy by ;Boyetr IL4the Second (division of the Florid*Jfili-

akes a deliverate survey of things and men as sad thevender, required. tosh -where the W.JILTM. : '.'SP'B1'G1 4. of Benton county,and returned to me for sale, -ion the first Monday in April next, at th.

hey exist, and shapes his course accordingly.le .-. articles be wasma.de. Pains and penalties could .. .i :i.Uamiltou i. thisl8thFeb.; ; 1850 .fri ..1N.LMQODY places appointed by law for the election of Connty -
attached to evasion of the law
easily any
[ has no more principle than a fox. Popu- : jDfacers for a.Major. General, command
arity is what he aims at. and rest assured his which would insure the due enforcement of it. : kJ y, ? I Sheriff, Benton Co. said DiTision, to fill the .occasioned
vacancy by
peech takes the popular ground in the State of The details could be made to embrace livestock t4uuiy, Ftoridn.pIIEUNDEItSIGIED. March 3d, 1850. grSalo 2td.LS the resignation of General Jesso Carter* \

sew York; for not only will the Abolition and and the products of the soil/ ; Officers.cconmanding Brigades Regimenta
ree Soil party stand by his views, but so will .1. the Pablic that they are"the JLeaseeS'Othis.celebrated f StcrifPm / tT Anfnn On Plir Battallibns.. and fnTnnnT witIn +u. t:_:._
mm-**--- i J. ww w- w v W te --i-*<--T-----}-r *&, iUU4M
[he great body of the Whig party, and a vast Threats to Mr. Webster.-It will be jseen from Spring, and wo ald respectfully virtue of a writ of Firi Facias issued out df as said Division, are hereby, required carry .

lumber of the Democrats. I was present at the the folio(ring statement, that the Free Soilers urge the afflicted,lo come aiwUwhealed. The BY Circuit Court of Benton,:and to me directed into effect this..order. within their respeciivsconnnands S

leliveryof Mr. Seward's speech. Much was are trying to frighten Mr., Webster from lila virtue of the-water(is a "fixed fact" -not ideal. J have Levied""upon and shall expose for : ,andmake returns according law.

\\ipected from hi.-u. Great boasts had been propriety: To those. icted.yfithlIlEiJAlATI3M1iSCjBQr sale in frontof; the Court House,oobr Benton _,:lit is also ordered thatthOee'pero a who>acted'aslnspectbis '

ude by his friends of what he would do. It 5 Bosios,1 Wednesday, Feb. 28,6P.M.: FULA, DYSPEP Ui audnthe JIhous-vcaTjills Coanty: withinlegal hours of salp'on*tlie first of the elections held in Octo.

raathe first a/speechhe has made in the Sen- The Free Soil Convention at Faneuil Hall. which,mortals\are heirs to,;we'would jrespectA Monday in April nexVithe following'prp'peVty, berliltimo, for County and Military-Officers,

Itte, and I candidly confess .I expected more continued crowded during the whole day, and fully suggest that they;try iu virtues, believing to wit-; 'One-'hundred hnflftfgcres olindi&ie'6i' also act as inspectors?of the election 'above or

from the great man who has so often astonished excited considerable interest. Mr. Palfrey,in, fr6immany aloipst;niiracalcug cures effected by l beingthe East%of South EaVt dered '
Vis own State than I heard yesterday. Of its.use ,that they also will,be iizillybeaefi. c ifcat IfSshall be
the course of his remarks, said the Telegraph Section 24, Township,Range 19;.and'.West tie-duty'of the persona
bourse, he commenced with his usual mounts .. .. ,, holding the elections-in the various
brings as a report that the Senatorfrom Massachusetts ( ; .t .q" ( YY' 3 of SontVWis, 2 of Section 19Towns ip21. Company
ank. undignified flourishes. He changed his The seeder pleasure will here find a delight* Districtvto give ten''days notice-tKmoC'/al
(Mr.Webster),had proposed ii compromise Range 20 ; lsb"one quarter.Section'bf land being
[eat from the place near Mr. Clay and took aeat that would be satisfactory to the South. He ful place to while away time., TheJrjTable| West k Tot North W&t J of Section 29, three of the most public places-in said District1 -.
more central and near the seat of Mr.Kebster. be spread with the !best of the land, and no exertion THOMAS BROWN '
would notbelieW!t.,arid, if(rue, there was no and East of North, East 3 of Secion 30, ; -
The galleries were crowded, and so man, however distinguished who would not on their parti will wanting.to provide Township21Eange 20thepropertfofJesHayman Governor mi CommandtT-i :

r ere the sofas outside the bar. He had net wither under, it like Jonah's,gourd.4Several for the omforuid pleasure of visitor&4.,.. .. and jrerenuab M.i ymanj(o satisfy a February 2, 185a-i : 86L.OTTEB1T-

oken twenty minutes before the galleries bekan others of the Eree Soil party addressecj the Con- Ths rrouiding'couutiy ISfiIIt WithDeer FLFain" fayor otJamesL.> Tookhis 16th Eeb.
to thin off. The Vice President began to and iietof JTLtGNIFI ciz !
whom p'uf iso; ,
ventioh/one-of .Kepresentatives $F' lZ MOCP.r
jipe,Senators turned to each other and entered in cowed *aid fish. Good dogs and fishing tackle will be atfii'e SUL SherffBeitton.Qoii -_ ,S-- .' -i.- 5- jen -; .
Congress,were by fear j ty
irt it'> dill _: : Capitali5VffiGUOASTATJB at
ato conversation. It was a decided failureboth'Xatterand all at their serviced ;
another W
iiirefeenc1to 'the'ipyoposal' pass i !:
i in the manner of its delivery; :He new laws for the. return ot'jfugitjve slaves. declarednis 'Conveyances*from1 JACKSONVILLE direct : $1OOOOO-aIw$3ooeop. .,
i no orator. His delivery was very tame aliough determination to give fugitive slaves to the SPRING aVall tim& ready. Sherifi's Sale w.. ,r4i42o.prixesor12ooo. S

his speech was written out and be welcome, a d'nbt become the Jackall of South, Board pertnobthU'H i 20.00 .virtue of a'writbf Facias isgupii from LOTTERY,
re him. No body will ever dissipate their Children'and Servanls, HS 1000 BY :cijaU &lBfJU53
era. slaveholders. .An1 an addre'ss to our.repred % ;CQ .cfiittntlllavelevieJ Foithebe. oYMonongaUa Academy ;
[me to and hear second from Hori -permonthU| i" ettWc niHiobO ,
go : a speech sentative in Congress exhorting them to.stah dp6nand Srill expose for before -'Class for
>e would-be great man. Mr. Webster in- firm to the'Free aoctrineiwas, reported \-. *i BUFP1NGV&.. -,.. RYAN. he; Court House'doorpin Benton county, on the pi-

L fcrrupted him once or twice to ask if he correct, soon after which' an adjdurment was moved and March 30-1856I( *. -".'' : '' irst. Monday in April next/within'ithe legal To be drawn fatAlexandriaJVa on Saturdayt
understood the --- : '" j." April 27 IBSO under tae :
speech,and then sank down carried.. : ,-Notice., hours ofiale,tbefollowiig nAmed prop rtv, to mupten
i his teat with a sneer of that told xt y ? -*-" ''- (3rplIEs1e.oftheLantIof wit 1 de 'ot(1oth Lssioneri. :;
contempt, as ; : : The E. % of S. E.3 ofS.35and, the..W.otthe&iW -
&inly language could do that the Senator ; the Estate James 4..3.) t ; -_
JL deceased i of S.30s Icylid ziui .s ihi l I ALII K V &_, .,.
Jin Massachusetts was disgustedwith him ,The following Executirennbminations were Long, ,, potpoue4wJhe.&st; ? Exe- ; v.
proper&yof1Tames tosatisfy an ,
J that he regarded the man so foolishly far unanimously confirmed by theSenate onMoriday Monday of next ApriL. cutiou iafavor: of Stephen Fagaa.' '? ',. 5 number lotteryj13drawn baflots-B
aue as not to be worth d "' "' <** 11?*>O I .MART LONGAdm'jc.. 4'SrLEND11SCUZM& .
the trouble to set him iN'M.MOODY' ( _
last f '
: / ; : Per aj FERNANDEZ AgU t. 4 -5- S. :t -. '
[gat. Mr. Calhoun'svoice reached that side of W.C Rives, oriifEnvoyEztra rdina 1 rrc st spft 23d 1 850.... 4 ***4>- :> M? fr8hiiffBento Co.btd3 .'' *< vtMagnificent.capital of. ,A;/ Ti,
ie Senate when.Mr/ Webster interrupted ry and Minister'Plenipptendary 'toFrance.; : EfMarch,2d-J85p ol> I iSi# ; .t '- iTsplendidpffre-of I **-, % ; '?SOQO .

'ard. "Let him jgo on; don't' interrupt him. George:MarsJi! ,,of;Jj mdht,Residnt'MinrEphrain iDttr1d'C.nrt of tic Uniic4ii & i do-: !f-- / < 30,000
fas all the remark that the.Senator 4.u9.NOE.THER ; *
from South ister4 Constantinople. ,.PISTKJTtOF PLORWA. 1 ; : ;;; Shfl'S1e i. dov. ;:?J? -4 'oooO,
Dlina made, and Mr.Webster took no furth- I.(4 u LIL47.Jj !.
notice. Not so, Mr Foote.. He'interrupted : GlSiuier'of.KlentuckyCharge'd; af'aires ElCzi4 h by gwen bat pnausit tq B 41 OeE 5.J.:: r13,000
to Guatemala.! -; from th'dJnstico Court of Benton -
y -t county, "
/ 4 1 !
im twice andthelast.time him
[ gave awelleserved Thomas M]' Foote. o'fNeWcYprk7Charge'd' af- Lwill exposes fof)sale before5the-/Conrt House .

[ castigation, which the Senatorbore fairestoNew'Gfenaaa.v v v. U byApril1 door, in Benton County, oa the first Monday ia 250 do (loweat3.nnmbeiprizeooo) -
meekly and ''Mr. Foote turn cry for his, honest complimented devotion .to the Union 1y; 1LP Whitc, Fostm zrPhi1adelphid : i.| a aj dj to the, dj,jApnfojakJttbJ'rf! April hexkwithintthe:legal hours of sale, the 65 prizes' 6f' S
) do .
: 64
1_: 'Uh1 3' uip following/aiamed property,levied pdnby ThoCB. ; .. 'S 300
klluding-to1 his reported disagreement with ( Jackson Constable of Bento theExntiois1n'faor 65 > do .2OO
UifpfiSXix. county, as L
r.Calhoun,) Mr. Foote said two.good things iNif ''LWff. T W ...* **B Tl 0 65'do 4
Ihich deserved to be recorded;" Seward liad 48IO
Lid,in the course his'remarksthat he should : St. Augustine, }eb.23, ]SZ0. ofThomu PIKen dyind' I -:-
do ,
whi h will be news to ncanyof our.readersfrrj Wth&wwIthN.wI bf&1 27,040 .40
pnsider he had done'enough for the Country.to "Itwill ; ; tkzi till ti:4: ottcei1tw: dz l.1ii B.2bu: Tikets 410-I-EaITes Qurtejs $lO- .
Rerecorded his vote against slaveryin this Y SherriffBcntoi Eightha1.5.; F : L.1T
aw&reofbe fact that the first two towns boilt I
'strict. Mr. Foote another r
thought actmighti by Europeans the Ameriednrcohtinent} 4&&isii&i1the MaI'ck2 tds *:Price of certificates of package ia theabbTa il
i added whichVould tendtdimmortaieSe. upon **"
"J were Bt Augustine'in East Florida; and Santa enf fJ4nq r.y!a8t,1 hezebjrgtvWno .i_& Magnificent Scheme ts'foUowsr r ** *- 41
,and that -was, the presenting of a curry* Fe the flee that I ulilIiof be responsible orazzJdebta ii 26i w
nib i to the President of the Union to"be used capital bf New Mexico. Theiterila *; taU prescmny ao-
he"may4contract//and tilt persons' affe w viV- ; *-' :
was explored before the: iknfldgOldWuught > and'Vbttc tickej ; ** fe t6ftA
>curry old Whitey.He added; "I -will not' Mississippi Was t* counts 'ers.td the Hon.Judge of
not to trust her on accpunt.
my 26hy 2oo.in
$ in
so-but I If I :the Senor California locg'-'cre the obattfoK ttharCouiity'for; final settlement '
y might shoosei-that- q julA1iA ci: ;ttA: ; '"' '
from New York merited that-it'should! Wedon first white mait nod endeavored to bdbdme and alscbiirg ds?AdmijiUtratrir of D., Ferris, $-D 4 26iLIIte 125OO. j
on .M* .<2h .6rNew There'alfe JacksonviUe4S ceased A : % ?DtfXe'd6 e tisiB25o!
his ? ( ret; Eiigla1nd.- --rr-55 sAR.P..rFEBw8.: ; -. :
own b cl for ctha infamous'speech' i
had made this day in thtf Senate. :ToHay| doubtless;trees standing vltbifl the fallen'buildings .. N.IIce.S _Jaclradnville, January'*fc H A Thli%ejrtlfi' JeT6fafpackagV* wi&iria ar* *;
Ancientlanama'that had1 commenced to Ideit all S44icKthi.tay b
ir.Turney made s> most excellentBpeech to wheix the I shall present my.accountsland Ocfi drawn thtre4i: 5
latch I growl Boston and New York
mnstreterybuasais b/to 'the'-idebate Jiwfchera to the Hon.Judge of
the otWioase.-irhich'is w Acoere With the prevIderzis.i Probate- ei- quarters,and eighths .: '
but little of Duval for
of conselenee. county, /fitial settlement ia1
_! itloI -
I1 $ prO
This eternal speechifying"doesv'nbfrwunt ; and ask a discharge .fr.t6iidrniiia. 4a 9)ill .-* i
( pp17t1tbs4Il4n 'eliILeT4ngstdjYbi' one of the most at- :
to mnehr-lt only delay actlonrindl : tration of the estate of JolittiEl&aunderB 'deed. Veverrti .
tnu iv mt .
I' afraid, when thatactiotf come3itvwilIaJ the LcgislAtnre," instrucUngJthe lateofiu'aIeouut'- i.* -v-i--i* tp
Wt r'f r 5 Jf th1Openj weU
punt to little' that'can give satisfaction to the Reresfnt4tYes.in Congresr onif to tHUSiifeittfr :, bclongtngto :tne'Bstatfofthereo thelowisrt.rthtb dftbet. .

Juthern States. Toamiyrely- itj the :QtefDr the admission of ; eiM*i i t 3tAamIn&lriiri 5J'JMfcMffvai a3 baviDg>>n xt thi eofrth<.drawn1tMUDb9Mr'> -
uth neej expect nothing towards'eatisrjineirjust tbs ::1 ifgteaaisatteiiia qag*,r. ,1' : WftfiftS"sst"> ( >' ? % *WH3 SVv s- S.
52,060. VAntOfe Vf >fc-4lV41 s*
fr.m-Ltth Th* twh ? pice 4Jto "it NotIcC& Orders fotiicke Sna aluira ii-cf > .
balewfll be co tlnued fmdzy .d&tAweek.t %" J-
) week and wien ircewes, billmlttiug1aliforthswjfl .. ; s: 1.1.jffs9 i-tbaboveagIilMt is w. *.|_5_ __'ieses offidiij

aid pass 3 both Ilo Thirty hQBsaniJ dlbifds. own Engling diaaty fcileuev44r Miizro tI q,45;; 4( wg4bi A isis

paw'the 3OQO&bI id, owi I eani, tater of George iover S.
7 they moretb n;25.Q > Addres2 ktM1RTAiat&. .

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1)1.to..pp1'foramend to IheCharter THIS INSTITUTION .& Ktuniman 'AA tt .lI
; l earned repntatloa whlchthls.Hohse.it i .
I I:Company,'at tbenert meeting,of the GenoV' ;the first MondAy in 3d : ,. isjhf intently. o;t peat Iv
I ralMsetnbly or.FJori4a. .t iJ1.J. .. nti11A.. .'E, HL1 if'srtitf'.Af -1(7+
.' November 24, 1849. ;: : (. J r3 .n ,' NtI' ._.e' rooms' < p.Pt' IWWmmuwwon., l* ? ,oe/ $(' 1 ,w : rti 3"Td'I 'Jj '-

\ ,; ; e'iii.E d ')"ypung> '."t 1\\ ftlJAa; ; rm .
nPor ac If ear Tampa.MBaM' i ; 1.: 112.fii"
>;:) :the wm) e i c oi 'desirAble4ii ia sitnated adng M ifdfjJ. ,

Mitt ..'U'"0 : ; .,. ;,, : "and; DB.TowKsmi>fs is a MT
'n.\ "., "* !_,',?* L: -!Z33fllitSI4jquarteraectionInqusntity,1iea i'* I Education, ,young; ; ,.WI lA frontj.ndrotected4om '

\ r i College! or for" il, 'TrOTn are e1igiblj s1tu ... ... ... ., _.__ ,...., ':&rJ and speed 7'cure for incipient consu&t] ,
: Jtjj ,in J1'8Hammock'J&t twelvemilesdistance i Greek classies, and la Dd'.l i tti ild1ig flzt&c .ANxmmRELY= "' ;'VEGITABL&"COMPOmm"r ? toP: 1% gee- c...tic :of1.enln'

from the pleasant,and growing village :.Matheznat1cl.snces.4 : .: ,The House,builtofwocd,is lathed matter'whe, Ur'1e 4At 0 t ftIi
-- ,.".<.; IH1S-MEDIcINE was d1&i taddeni.
6fTampa. :, &boutoneha1fiscIearedau& has e .I' t'1. bf'
built'u ,
: : ._', &C.-H, In\a:, .rdrnia'! -' .
: been !nuIyatiOntwoyear&. ) The soil.'is! 'j '., : .wff., i.i J.R.aPbys1a14 and Iati>result of aaexteDrive'practice ,?*!* ? ,_* '.*.o,--. .".J.t' If '
THE TEAR Vill be dr ..h.,.. ., "u
,' ; J < .t.- of eevcral yean in a bilious cU be "W
warm,light,.and -of good, depth;, ani is,well advantages coniDifle& tliDAffr 1 : can more
fabdi12tions. weeks each many surprisingfr
I 'knP1fD..fqr.J) 'yield'',of,:S.I cott n.- ) 'ri"t Mrs.' h 8 mate! -'Those who have>used
.: The water is soft and,pnr ,' d.thepl.ac8.deCi. The' day will : the house that;he* 'exertions;:will i<-ecte;upon:others 'Be d;no eonf allweakncss; and- tnejfrcn ...
from to 12
dedIyhalthy. Several;.hundred other acrescould ; .. lb'of .rat\fI thereyIdence'" of its'great Talna The health ai once become robust n ) Thbiiq
begot,.ajacent,and similar, the whole being ;M. Wednesday m : 1JyrIVl hfff' of thousands'has :been I perfectly!-restored':.by, iti1jUl t It: iicmfonaed edi1bl : tiWA

on!'a plain otmoderateelevation.1, The :exercises t1on:4' (:<"in* t'-i English i7 i qr ihtt'r this medJcine. when;'all .otherremedies. have A .\ if. l 1.JD K.W ft.
\ I t fafled ;'Its:operationn'ot simply;to'iraspendthe .rea cn1lJe flf UIorrtnnea. <
is ,
neighboring Broods..andfriarieswhicKlatierarequiteextensive .
goodin l "
range : After the first term / ; "f1lLI'L -'l :2trr1" ,'.
but'to -the
disease for time,1 purify sysf .. '
With. WIU 110Int'8Xp"uv' "
61iii CUft
; cbEd t the
: ;: ; .
ta'Convement distance, pn jthe public\ land,*' is a_ ,and iceptt nofpupil ore for r tei.the ti ';,.howes/ 'ponies,- otstsnd calllzt t tern;and'restore it'to sound.and perfect;'treatment health-. '. .tea'nat.J' '' ,'toe.,' f'i.'J a:!eat qf. '

site i for a'resideiice, overlooking a scene/of BUTpasing \ittff (LM ,>' << : excursions. .'7J.N1p'tj n, t,21 2m A small Treatise on the*"canses-, but we can assure thp 1I1Ct1i t
beauty;! The terms will l be made known :ir e r r" ** JLfS and cure otfenr'and ague and other diseases.of tiiidreds of case's haTe-' n reported VoWltressed
**"* 1 i* bilious! ,climates be bad gratis cf the'nndersigned. .Tounrn'IIIJ .')1- w1l.
and Pa : "tSJ1IP..M..t1.
by application'at' Key-West, FIcrid..tI Reading,Writing o' and Shoe tf may .d ; ., i .I<"'" r"t#,.
,5 4Eit *H' ;* w t ., : ,.. b..r weakness and
--f j" tAik. HigherEngflshatudiee < > 1TBE SUSIBERT11k i ft H /? i $ < -it & ? o general det
'. "; )(1' Philosophical CI J -Alsonumerous.:,certificates from men. Jhe Bn'fferilig'continually*by;paJn1'ii I1fn
'Dec;'1, 1849. 6m | residence in i
.'J f 'f f\ '_vOnek!half the price. j -up'his5 Jacksonville: respectfully"penniiientlr: informs highest;'respectability) ,.testifying .to,the.greatefficacy' difficulties* and,having knom'edicine. .D csi
DLA.t'KWOOD'tJ 0IAGAZIN studies ,of this.medicine- be seen on application has effected
tW ,purau dwilLJ great.cures:,I.
.- '. "' AMD THE' '., and the balance at the : w-thc public that hes|. now.prepared} to .H1.t ".f ,, ,' .?--,'.:., &; bean g ItTr c nix Eiided for'rnch dsei ft
the and Shoe business all -
'11 British Quartery: Keviews."Owwfi .' .' Board).iU.b ." .As he obtains': all bis"'materials: ; T.,0.HOLMES; & .C0,?\ deacbe41I obtained *:bottlejof jcuis J

to the late revolutions and. counterrevolutions ble,rates per month1, fro i:New York;he!will be'enabled.,to "i.4gmti0"-Jacksonville and Yaeiait,.!, 01 8arsafla and fOJOlfed the dirediCfti-

among the nations of Europe, which try; and Parents and w rk'at a much'less pric add Jacksonville i ,Feb. 24, 1849.6m' t' p; thhlpWitaTand rt Peii ditjf ; dJ ei'

have followed each'other in such.quick'1 succesi sire to avail .quality than has hitherto J&eetf :z.est r cl.h'0 to :h a1th.t .
ion, and of which tlt he end is not yet," the leading Institution for the 'd to his fellow citizens. ito; trusts that TOWB EN1) : COMPOUND EXTRACT grateful for the benefits she. received 1
.periodicals! of Great Britain' have' becomd and others,"'l fb8, which.has already\ *been' exten -.4.., iHl 8ABSAP AB'ELA.A. : ,I pleasure' jjf'tJi sr k Wledgmg 1tmeii4i.ng '"

t invested Vitb;a degree interest hitherto on- will be spared to i and'for which* he takes';this'occa 'This Extract isypnt'tip iii'''y ,'i itl :1tts it tp tbepublic.' .' 1. t. ,; ,'ji;! jj

known. They' ccupy'ainiddle ground between progressin: < ': t tum1 his sincere th kt"iU1!be still six times'cheaper' \pleasanter. ?and tIiivomuzjiurp'ig ( ,.'I.D.'' ;MOORE- ,!'f 114'cor.of-.: Grand"._' ..at. Lydi.,. .
the hasty disjointed, and necessarily im entrusted to the c eri iO D' ;Ictu ''diseases'without .n'I ua.uyAUg, :' :' Sii.
: .u l .n N>) : .1. P r .1. )ld7 s. .
perfect records of the newspapers,and the elaborate r' RUFOS;; ; ; of all kinds ezcutedvith.neat. ,si4enzszjor debilizatznj"th'paLtientndlsparticuLfrlyadapted .TdMO.THEBB1JtND'MJliUilEDUJ. '

and ponderous treatises to be furnished : Ni'B.' Pupils id' : ,'des ','directly,'opposite'the;BlL-. for a '"' This Extractof Sarsaparilla has been ei

I by);.the. .historian at\a:: future day. Whoever provide seats and de OON in Bay'Street. ,1. '** FAl&AND':WINTER. 'MEDlCHfti. ly prepared .in.reference to feniolect _.

I reads these periodicals;.obtains, a correct and ded.- [ ] *'. BENJAMUTG. MlttS. ; The greatl: beauty'&1 cf'superiority.,of..this Bar; No'female who'has reason to suppose sLefe np

connected account oall the important political MaIlG, 1849. : Sept Sth,,1849.. 6ra saparillaVer'an remedies is. it eradicates .-'*' preaching that cr itia.1 per ,'"th turn oj j

events of the old worlds as they occur,th and -. ... t' ,10"' *( disease, ItInigoratesthe should_neglect to"take it;as it is Ii certatventiveforanyof
drawn from nibj' & '
learns the various conclusions ; -" .:U. BE ID Jr
I body, Cnsumpioncnred, the' numerous and hodiseaSes .,
.e "r .l't. : -'
\ ;
American '
Uu leading spirits of the age.The 1. cleanse and strengthen,: to"which,'femDJ s,are:IUbject.aitime. : .
R. R. REID.k leas-
deem it to call 't < :CQ.baving; "
therefore II '
Publishers proper consumption'can /cured, ... ".of life. This period be
attacked ; > delayed
the Wharf and the
to the works they' republish : 'sU : '
J renewed attenti6u '' THE SC prepared in,;connection with their bfbndchitis, consumption, liver complaint, let a11ea by using this na licine.-.!c '
which they of. : '
and the very'low prices at ; are the Hotel colds catarrh
: :; GROCERY HARDWARE coughs asthma.Spit- lesavalnable- those into ate: ayprcawomaniood
i fered :to subscribers* The following their WOOD' respectfully ELL NEOUB'1ESTABL"1SH. ting blood,soreness in the chest : ,!'as it is calculated to assist_

i list viz: ; the_extended do GENERAL,COMMISSION ,-f> hectic flush,night'sweat*,difficult ., by quickening the"blood and invigorating
I LONDON QUARTERLY: REVIEW i been'bestowed'upon\ : or indeed
; THE ., i .' \ profuseoxpec. system. ,this mcdieineisintaluable,
EDINBURGH REVIEW {i"f lishment. In order -- vtoration and pain all.the,diseases to which women art subject
THE ,. established the
i have and I charges,are. ,by. Savanj
enlarged ,
t in the side,&c. It braces the whole system riDf1l1
TflEtRTWB11T1S1iEYBW .' 1
building, and adopt d t' have and
) "s. q ently the :natural'. nt giflb'Trem yiJJI:
the of the u. Mail
REVIEW Agents :
WESTMINSTER the health
THE promote can be impurities the body-not' far stJn.u1a
)a" this and' 'are now'enabled .
f The .bid .friends.of place
'a.ND : to theMtrcikantPlanter cured."Proba.bly.therPnever.'Wasa. the system as (o produce a'-subsequenttion r ]i
MAGAZINE.. deem it an advantage remedy that has which is the .
B CKWOOivS EDINBURGH case of most medicinesta
generally.. ;? rh j- iv. v ?
der the
The above'Periodicals are'reprmted in New been so successful in desperate cases of consumption for female.weakness disease. -t a,
i Hostess, ,by'whose(. ; consigned to their4careviUbe receiv.. ',' this it cleanses and* :thesystem DISEASE .
York, immediately on their arrival by'the British ided with despatch': as. ,; strengthens OF-7BE-BE4RT-RUI
,fine they shall not be and..; to ,heal the ulcers on the TUBE AKD.LKOP&Y.
in beautiful clear type on ; Warehouse appears
steamers, Office and situa
; are
J: white paper,and are faithful copies of the origiml South,.being now to the Wharf. .<> *> M-;/ P">t"A;:, lungs,and the patients gradually regain their Iviw.Tosr,July; ;184L

: Bbiekwood'a Magazine being an exact foefiriitf communication' ; ,with St.John's River, E.Ft ,January.13, usual health'and strength. DK. TOW .-Lear:,kirr' S>y ."ite-
to have :' &
: been afiictcd .with disease the
/ of the Edinburgh editioa. CURIO US CASE OF CONSUMPTION. a hurli
t .'::'In'these periodicals are'contained. the news t those Cities.. In 1.11.1; aJ; r 'h t' There is scarcely day passes but th''ire with: a terrible rupture lor ovw.filtten

m'oderately: th'ough lea.rly.firlJly expres siness an experience '\' ,&'t'C'O': : a number of cases of Consumption 'reported'as the greater part of the .. btLuL;
.edofthe three great parties in England-ToK I, enable them t to judge : l, cured by the use of Dr.Townsend's Sarsaparilla. troubled with shortness ottrectb X.'d gust I
tending to the wants' HOLMES &:CO; :have removed tering of heartwhich has litu' .. .'
Whig and Radical-"Black'wood'?'and thefiondbaQoatterly1 The following was recently received: :: ,,
: are Tory;' the "Edinburgh climate of Florida," ;stock of' tb the large DR TOWMSEHJJ Dear Sir: For the last tressing, end .baa irtqucntly Lan ',wsiw.leave

.. Renew".Whlgjl and.the "Westminster It ifew" or pleasure., : .3' formerly occupied by the United States, three years' have been'afflicted with general her bed. Tbervpnre vryfk

Liberl'The tCKf Mfk vifvoU Review" owes its THE:iNCEEA'srao ? ,-the:Government..Building. v They debility; and nervous consumption, of the;last i and severe frhetritd aluxitevexyn
establishment* the list' :great ecclesiastical mate of:Florida: to their stock by the late arrivals stage and'did not expect to ever gain'niy healthat 'I' such casts kitbbntliitleli
j\{\ movement in Scotland, and.is. not ultra in'its the medical faculty York" a full s rlmtmt of Dry Goods'. all. After going through, a course oi medicine had ,taken,but ttue- Icltht'-cl jtti tuil
views on an/one 6f< hegrand departments of and other'pulmonary Hardwue'Pioriiio s', & it' ',under'the care" of some of the most distinguished medicine Iihe.8 t'ntinJn1itua itLda.

bn knowledge; it"was:originally edited by vast.increase'of'travel 2Ot85O.V'k: are'prepared to'8eli-at'reduced. regular physicians'and members of the .of.the heart, and the rupture has:' abxttl
\ '
Dr.tChalthersand now, since hisdeath. is.con tall) and -winter : Board Health in' N.ew'York*;and elsewhere, tirely disappeared. 4.

ducted by his i 8o .in-la.w,Dr.'Hanna' associated elief afforded by": e now prepared to purchase Cottons, and Ddmg.the"most of my'earnings)in,'attempting ,She bus also had.the dropsy,' and .0.2
witK Sir David Brewster. Its literary5 charac- VIew of this fact,'the. .other produce of the.country-at* the "regain' 'my health, and after reading much.S1Vo11en" hid to idea that ube

tAte is of the;'very highest order. The' "W st ed,that their< rates,,and make cash advances in some'paper of your Sarsaparilla I resolved BO,benefited,as bhe.h&d: such a.ctnl Jiu..

:: minster;? though'reprinted under that title only, which shall be to their:friends in Savannah to try"it., After using six bottles 1 found it diseases. .But it ha?,as strange at.itim j[

!'. l published England under the title of the without"t--if iid, *to' toil or New York. done me" great good, and called to see'/yon "at ,, pear, .rdievtd. her of tLedrbj .:1 UDI

; 'JForeign-Quarterly:,and' Westminster," itb'e- l' -u ,a,new'articleof' <' Iron your office;with your advice i I,kept'on, and do ',that .this Btcten.tut is eq.strttge: es to'H f.
Jacksonville, Oct. 6, to which they w6uld respectfully.call. almost like fiction. but it is.
ing in fecfa union of the two Reviews formerly most heartily thank you f your advice. 1 persevere neexthiluihJ;
<: published:and reprinted under" seperate,tities. | The ii n..of P1 ; a.. in taking the Sarsaparilla,and have been 'reality.M Jour SampariJla':is .ct rtsfcly'.'.

.' It'has,1 therefo e;the advantage".by this vannah,.q Georgian : : ,NOT,* ,.6/1846.. .".' ..ttJ.1- able to attend to my usual labors for the last u.a lem'dicinf'l-end ,should be ustd Lytone ,

j&1. tombinationf; of uniting in one work_the best. fea- until forbid., .: -" ':Land 'lor Sale.IT soJ- four months, and hope bythebiessthgs of God that is snffeficg as we have been,.li
tdtea'of both as heretofore iiSUe< Law and your Sarsaparilla to continue i my.heultJ. disbelieve this account, they;8tflatlile}|
: ; : SALE between nine and ten th'od
., '*?oar copiesofany' or all,'the, '.above-irdrks ACU N acres of ,Landp situated in"Nassau It helped me beyond the expectations of all that call at,my Louse and have ocular deacnfitolsr j
address on.payment of the! : knew case .CHARLES QUIMBY. YonrsrespecMully : rf
| will be sent i to one reg- left the Nassau and near.St my .t 4li/ ?
near .
f f Subscription for' three-the fourth','copy HAVING ;partly; partly Orange Essex Co.N.J., Aug. 2, 1847. WILLIAM, jTOWBEB,1 JaoeWfS
I r # J being a portion! of the Waterman, !' ,
State Essex' ssi Chas. *
: k&i
I ra.tIs. ofNeiDfJf.rSiyi County '
heiD' ,
.g'. Samuel Spencer, who' he'; above' if ;heavily timbered'pins '. rlNo
: '; TERMS. Quirnb-einluly. sworn. according(o.lawmen .
I.'t" Mr.'Bakerfprosecute,* ; !en.lentI1.it ted upon water courses' his'oath saith,:that Aforegoing statement is ,i .fluid.or,xaedidine,has ever been di,' "
\ Foranyoneofthefour.Reviews, ,$3,00pera'm aclose. : exception-'of about five hundred acres '
t true according to the'best of hisknowledge'andbelief. ed,which so nearly resembles.the gastrwjsj
1 For any two, ." do.. : .,5.00 ,;t WFpr f. : The Militja' t claims hammock. land upon the' St. Mary's CHAS.'..QUIMBYl: or salivaindecompsivgocd and,strexgtlia
; riy three ,.da ,< 7,00Foriallfont .-C" tended to:1: by 'myself, whole or any portionwillbesold ?
> ,* Spencer and Cot 'cash nJ1eReye"s, 8,00 i Apply to. '
the 2d August;;1847.. CYRUS BALDWIN, .. It positively cures every as'1',
ington'and 4ry ,
For Blapkwood Magazine, .
Justice of the Peace dyspepsia,however severe or chronic. .
:them to : ., .. .
a villeMarch 11':1849.t tf
Blwkwoo'd and three Reviews .9,00 prosecute 'd
.:: Reviews. 1000Pavmexts noi'authority to collect .II" rl ,May 10il841'
For Blackwood and four : ; / i i .CilhrjThr rDL.TOWs1NThEir 1.,have been'.""
claims;'as I have '." Books I. Wew ,Books : TJPO SAVED. : :
to be' made in all cases*in;,1 ad aaee t.1. ever money'may, ,be :.and for aale.by the.,subscri- Very"few'families",'indeed"in fact jrg'jha n v for,.several.'years with dispfpia inJ11t1' .
? : '
.' : CLUBBING. hands:of a(I6caV:: i/ a v .' not heard' of 'one -'th' t used Jrl: Townsend's forittqidediti-.;of:ptqj*ti,I
r *.*Remittances and"? communications' should interested, may select," CRATER, or VULCAN'S ,PEAK Sarsaparilla'in,time lost any children the past' of appetite,; extreme.heart burn,J and-*Ja

beaIWayS a'dar S'8 stl"H id.;:. i'"lranked. r\ ( 1n.to.;I! lief. ? : the:.'acficbyJ. Fennimore Cooper. summer, 'while' those'that:did)not sickened and e to..altkind8of, >foco ;ani Jor-i .

tti'p i i41' August 28 Js 9.' ; .Price.50 cents. .'_,' died.''"The certificate we"publisK: .belowfs,corii (what I.could .eat)'J'havelbeetttona: tt
; LEONARD SCOTT CO, RAID OF GOMEZ,-25 cen &' elusive evidence:of ita value,'and: i :only:'another but a email portion,on ay stomach t1trid

{ }'''rFuLTOS t&EITNewY rk, idCircuit t ., : THE FATAL",EftROII.L instance'its saving'the lives'children: .usual remedies, -bnt..they'had But littltJ

.c... r'." .Entrance.54 Qpld gt. : :! I.; Countess of Blessin ton.-25 cents. DE. TOWN'sh i>-y Dear; Sifc. 1 had two. ";children effect in removing the cojnplaintl wsab ,

School Boolis.iing "I'H ., .: [ THE PRAJRIE GUIDE, 'cured by yjpur';Sarsaparilla J fiooijn Kiikham's.Grammar;! Hilt!> .:. : ; of the Mexican War.-ZZ cents. complaint: and dysentery, :one was only ,15' of Sarsaparilla and:1 must&y, .with.little*'
T.ol' J5 'I'"Cl fk/a Gf ELBUT.M.T.' VIRGIN OF THE SUN. months'old and the' ther *3'y f& They were i fidence.;..bnt after nsipg ,nearly t'o1: "',",*
Blak' lCt ,
Abermbthy.PJ 't$ ,ChauibersDrawing! .: o> :.EDAtB"* qV5Ii.LMJj s- ;1' of, the last Revolution in Pen -25 cts... very much reduced land we expected they would found my:app tite restored and the ui.
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: i' DsWAAL. die removed would ,$
Scholars Companion do Chemistry, : to : CHARLES, ; theywere g Tap by respectable entirely ,,apdJ: :esr
'A ,"fc J "V if.t APPEARING i84 .. : :1 When the doctor informed commend vthe nse.of to those.bobaiD
Jif :
nk.: 7fe %nnf> I uO oolj 17 .Affidavit ; Sep. tt. physicians. us'that '.
: ft/ftWIC9 *** *JMXW Court by '
do,tl-:8ch o1r.A.'rith. 100. IJTreuurlofmetlC :: Smith, the j 'I.t wet mustk;lose t them*we iresolved.,,try,"yon afflicted as lihavebeen.i.. -JUt3fleit!:
t Knowledge, : Eda '( ) Female Institute : Sarsaparilla we had heard so rnucbot, buthad ,-... .'. *. All. s* W.w. VAltU
Algebra,:' Ado ', I .. .. o. ,,:Pby8OlOg7' StatetotFloridafalid Ollmo i 1\ofeQtDplai :Committee'of Direction. have adopted little 'confidence, there being so much stuff.advertised .N.,B. Purchase none but snch is kiti .
.' I t *'' .* *; '>,.* that bide th .bottle 'coIteIyssb
N oto Elem Geometry, Burritja; Geography said Eda iC ll tng eula uh. : -, XthaVisyortbless: but we: are TVery -er ;
k- That the thankful that' for"it undoubtedly.-savedthe'lives'of the ritten signature of S.P. "ZEUW.
t. tineoUi'sTJotany, and Atlas the Bill of Complaint WJ .yea5.is to.consist,of cQirtermS .we J4Id : .1o. ,
.J Mitekell Geography &- Hedges Logic, ;! months the" weelca,, each. -'- ? both'I write this tJ t'o hewHay ; '-ice,126Pu1tonst.n '
\.IjAit. Little Speaker, (four or ;/reading;'writing.'wd,t4 arithme- be induced.. td.use. ,. it. ,'r;' Yours respectfully) N;,T,;.BiddiDg'. .8St f : Bcstonoat32j -.
P: kers FirSt LeSsonsvmrd'! 'U.'S a, qoqf essc4;provided:.a ,t:$4, oo'The\ above-Wit Ii/:English -i. vv fa .w .It.f JO&NJ WiLSON, Jr.4oklyniSept.lS &'. orthSeccndt.t Pbihdelp *L
wheel in
: Vl"do: SchoolPhilosChamber's Geology, :of Florida, ,,,once-&. I 'and' ,Geography, per te'rtdSSJdO'. The I .\,Ml l !, ue, 'P ; ,1847., ? aHancejIzuggiat'BaItimore) -Lq:01'*''
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the higher branches of art'English1 B1chmonc P. .1LiChtD cizrstcn
Ofophy jRW3UietB? : LUNATIC .ASYLUM. '.>: ; ,t
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: ) &cos 151 New,OrJeJDB1.1
.4s TOelJ.oflFrenchjkh'obi ii BooksJtrl: '. :;". ,:Jt. l' mental,Di ; and cingAlgebraGeometry'History' ; James Cunrmings,'Esct'on ,of the Assistants Albauy33Jai Bkirk2P4 Or'P.ea'kt. -
sale by D mom'PHlosph' Botany, in the Lunatic' :
For t.ott Ayslujn Blackwell'sIslandJs
.vrfl' v( f H.t"JH j : the. "
f\lle: J&rke .ludroad.f&.Newar.iN
: + A. !*. ,Geology.Astronomy,. ,Logic '
I J 4 BEEQ. JNoT2Q .1t4 .)jn () s of Christianity ntlemaa. ,.. .. spoken. tbetolJO'Wing-letter.:. and hIDw *
BoO. .* .per,,term $6,00 -- a --T:1TIvwr: amrMr' : :
dukonille, Feb.2 nit rf;+ \ 71,S;So AiiBOBouGn -- jogi. :
;: s4bfl.CY44L44 StateeWeetIs&N'
;: .to'be paid'to the Treasurer in ad. n ; :United
: roughoutt.tie
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..NOTICEEhaaJ3poiflted a, ov. above.it, a true.copy 9 ( cases-of rheumatism:that'Dr.;Townsend's Bar- i
fl bIill bennder the in1Ii
: O.BoLlttSoarGtu. carefulinfctru<>, jiuK>v& i i g5iFebmary /
:above stated }
T. : most
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I i ;I : L ". V"1'- eral Agent and Attorney;to.settle:>toy Court.rk', trtj fj'il : : 'JPiJ.has1;been female,ma'de.I t"p..lnltrnf'boft' 1Vt { .:In chrom<\ .case?.are:weeklyneradicated' .,by its exterriblyfor 1.., ...' :,"- _,.86.-,.184S.u.. .- :,&v r.;.Yil._ -c-' 1_:"n.!_'
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J j, fttQUaennse.also for DadusPrrs4easet1.ti3 1o .,t. m t''tjf t. ;, .;nineyeara; .witbthe rhenmatisra : h?. qp repaedsferoo WPJ .
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aenLh4psmi <' -n usedfpvurbottle3ofjouj
.'rfl 1 CQ MITT .:OF DUt&C'fIQIIr.. t 1 Iei& sckebe1e I .
t aYpewoasM M'to?**'**"*.*'>..erri*)*? a> .JeceC1.1! f .;':1y J'-iJt'Jvll.DAN1EL} ; 1 .Sarsaparilla.and they"have -peJur or.bediJa b{Tbeb.

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