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Florida herald and Southern Democrat
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Title: Florida herald and Southern Democrat
Physical Description: v. : ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: James M. Gould
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla.
Creation Date: November 16, 1847
Publication Date: 1838-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: New ser., v. 4, no. 22 (Nov. 1, 1838)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1849?
General Note: "Principles and the people."
General Note: Publishers: James M. Gould, 1838-<1845>; A.F. Gould, <1848-1849>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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lt iflfli&E&1 i. I I THOUGHTS OF MLLE DE LU3Y.

AXD r FLuRIDjA HBllJlf-ii I I Women of, fifteen'I appear older.than you
are. Woman of twenty five! >
.....& But let it be,with core! Uaskmul appearyoaf thieves ter.are

_rfll..aD aTaa' TQIHDaT, lIMHHiHHB F- the ones who are !.

JC'a..Q su '..V Z)1 Love b more a science than a sentiment
ODe learns and learns but BO ono masters it
AJO rirrr crirr rut 1>r1kL'>t, ,
.uu at the first essay. .
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1 dam' gut DOLLAW AT T Eat I OF DIIIII IDIImGWUVQM When happy I pray When uafbrtuaate I

L blaspheme Gratitude b the most spontaneous
0011.jBoarnwOlbe inserted at On ]Do1.- of virtues.

rrJ6fteaa lines for the firat .ae'ucI To flln$ yourself from virtue U a crime--to
M wad UXXTI. / Pt"," fall from it, only a i misfortuae.
rJJJ for each obneqoMit ODe Longer ones I do not understand how one, who obrcrves

md no erne will k coD- leas than the seasons displace each other can believe in

I TeL. .) 8C Mari, TBC4aTt NoTemb !" 14S7 (Yes H. the eternity of love. Nature 4I.examples for

d be made to those who advent,* by -- all things.Our

j. from the bears of his friend and the voices of ihb of every I instrumeat and ornament which be -Sackett that's not air; you took the jump on I love We for one man kills our affection for

;1 pLc.; /" Lfltfr9 eadswLrtra., daughters. The new song, performed 1eY- used and wore about his person. A beautiful I 1 me." Lieutenant BadceU's horse was almostat many.If virtue arc worth vice more before we love. k
were and vice virtue how impoverished
to uV* rWtI With raft $3,0- eral days afterward Strasbourg flew from sUvrrptpe was one of the best upccimensof|I that moment shot and fell with him into a were Satnn!
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.lima Cnditort, .4.0.JTjr tort n to town to all the principal orchestras- his handiwork which I saw In his curiosity j water-hole; he fell upon Sackett who withpeat Were women's poor persons I less clad wild'f1 .
p Marseilles adopted it to be rung at the com1mcacemcnt shop, and onr upon which be seemed to place | difficulty dbeoprcd b himself with the make fewer they
*,c. rf f,will be ehtrced $10. and clone of the sitting*of its dubs. \ the bltbetlt I nJoe. It was compound of cver- Ion of hb sword; gaming the bank, he seized ly civilized conquest nations It H only among high
JJ,fi coo uetUf and promptly exrotrt 1 on The Marsiellab spread it through France by | al distinct piece about four or five I Inclrc in a horse from a Mexican dragoon, took a female that there arc attempts upon

tmDL singing it on their way to Paris. From this length inserted the one within the other, and sword from a Mexican officer, mounted hb Ono modesty. boundless .
JI _- came the name of MartnUaite I I ornamented with silver chains of the smallest charger,and joined ia the "mal 1.- When the are nothing.infidelity u a misery: -two

THE'BOLD sEA tivAVE.r The old mother De Lisle, a royalist, terrified possible link pendant from each piecr. It was battle was over he returned the sword to the Nothing
ITS UJrJ'.n ... at this echo of her '' ,voice Wrote to hknMWhot his favorite divinity sad ifl constant tfi officer. Corporal Farrtl of the 4th Infantry, :-nothing no easy difficult as to commence to break an it jntieaacy -

at"I brut, .the bold K& crave, is this revolutionary hymn which ist i Major Stewart was born in Georgia,milrratM with ten men, came up to Lieutenant Hays of when both agree in wvAfng as its otf- even.
t'II the wince8I winJ t sung by a horde of brigand travrriinj Fnaee, when a boy, and loafing in this **mnon the 4th and exclaimed.lieutenant, if we bad It to ninny, but the
very
the it ridr my angel prai ej
ri**rf>r derp and with which is ajwocktM r Del ** an officer to lead could take "
disputed that piece
Rwbbe leave*behind; thy name round about, and Inbat wa then the us we we love tho bent are for qualities we do not
j rpriy down,and hk lordly crown iiile htnvclf proscribed as a royalist, jud territory Unworn the Northern and rcfcrrifig to one that was pouring the -leaden possess. .
,ia f ro'a while to ; dered as be beard it resound in hi ear like a Southern Indians be continued to nV At OTT* mcvcscrrs of death" into our poor kUows. You mi..taJumy dear when that a

1 Jf ere bold bright ware. jp tuna it*rave menace of death, when flying along the pathway -'f 1; mtnfsasbccxprcWd it,and lived to age the "You shall not ny you had no officer to lead woman can love but ono man you at a saT time:-It

feat fe Vrp etn of the ra.iy of the high Alt*. countrY settled and flourishing like a green bar you.Corporal:/JW sw r was the reply of the there not love of the head as well as love of the
b What do you call this hymn!" demanded I I tree. He had lived to ire every house built fearless Hays; and away they dashed,stormed heart and are they not most seldom given together
,&norm conic out and voice shout be of his guide. and firm occupied and knew all the marriages the battery and took tt! Such, such b the tAt ,

frfbrlpo'rr the gurgling niain .Tht rrriJZffif," replied the peasant ', births chrUtcninjrs and deaths that had character of the American officer and soldier. a ball we sec all the world. A wo drive
ffi<.that pre their light to the wave, It wo thu that be learned the name of hi j j,I j happened in the country for aperiod of forty It must not be thought the enemy did not fight. homo we see but one person who was thcro-. -

friftitm'J_bold ".n'in again, beard--,like a wild ira bird, own work. He was pursued br the rnthtsa- ,, ynr*. Altogether be was a singular and extraordinary T1tJ fuagk lit Jet,lib Jm I unless, indeed, jealousy makes us see two.
awn which be had sown behind"him. He ocapcd ] man. When a man who does not love me tells me
Grfm4 na 'is way. death with difficulty. The weapon turns DESCRIPTION OF THE VALLEY OF TilE that he does it affects like false in
u> ,borr,and nve uV more me a note a
||ft RIO GRANDE.No .
f110 against the hand which has forged it. The Gn fidk W War familiar air:- heart makes
yI bus hi lorki with rage torn grey. nv.lkJVf. wr* tf of Texas in fertility my grimace.
part orequals
Revolution in its madness recognised surpasses
no longer W1 Vzim." 1 know nothing equal to tho effrontery of a.
1M fcnt'to the brave u> bold ra ware, her own voice!Lamartinc. CORPUS C1IRISTI. -KI.VNETS RA.YCil"This Grande.in The salubrity river,courses the Valley its of from the Rio the letter!however passionately written, it never
*true heart bone, way blushes
Ttubi uany read it.
km- the d-pth bIow, I I place w as first settled by Colonel IL L mountains through A varied climate which as you
it in
bid
AtJ From tie Sellanal /mat'. Absence should be used only as a coquetry
p Uf tn faifmt n".t1I ; A KENTUCKY HUNTER.TEON Kinney, in ISM who ia conjunction with his produces any thing, from wheat to sugar and i by the men:-they s.xm so handsome when
nat roramrnr bring to our.h'rp.'free wing* partner,Mr.Aubrey established a trading-post,1 ito I cotton. Nothing can exceed the rich growth they
Tk aid rl a golden Ail CTrrtusioD xss, XTTHC AUTHOK or *nuWc meet the immense traffic carried on by the 1 of vines. The melon flourishes and our camp IF are not wish present I
liritf Biiffetincn-aw.fur, truth and f.ace. irar.Duw" Mexican It was the exttecm frontier settle b daily supplied with fine water-melons. This you to escape n man,stand still! He
4 riD the ow mind fhall4>revail. C'crhere. in our travels meet with ment. The incursion of the Indians were so region of country is bound to be settled very will outrun you if you try to ily!
some eccentric character, who b the observed frequent and attended with so much danger, rapidly; if nothing else points it out as a desirable Your first step with an unwilling mother,
THE DYING ARTIST AND ins WIFC.Itr4m of aU the ob cncr* in his neighborhood, and that be was forced to keep a regular cornea- location the fact of the Rio Grande being; j; should be to mistake her for the sifter of the
i couch tbe paintrr la,. txct&mcr of the little I? I young lady you wish to marry. This done
bin dying the I
generally I lion par ny of nrn at his own exr>cft*% to defend his rtallym natyabk trtam is sufficient. In point
Tmriunc with the strange glory of his art circle wherein be resides. \\e saw such an ranch.** Its proximity to the Rio Graade madeit of health few regions can surpass it. There you have gained hnlf the battle
ow-lift( of hit re sod In-art 1. Let us confess Flannel we love, but it b ft>r
It Tk'fuctttn one not long since at RusHlvfllc,Kentucky the? mot convenient point for the contraband are no causes for disease; there are no swamps I
IVa thf, J Fa riser of lip-long Jajr Stewart. lie had been a resident ; ourselves only! It I a little too simple even
I His name was trade. This trade is carried on by Mexicans which, In the heat of summer, throw out th 1r "
|, *rfr bum in trim)--rtay and,drarmt husband, ruy..id.Ltbt.t.m of the county for upwards of forty years. who brine in ifsmca droves of horses poisonous miasma; the banks are high, andtbp to call love "egotism in couples
Wik u*enin look,artirt his life in theo and ; Many women write letters that seem from
half
bmJr bed, lie bad spent and mules mddles and bridles Mexican blanket country preserves that character to too 1
tbuu iand" now my the bt"art-anJ !-but the heart w
so they ore
fire tliia trembling band portray; was a ccnuinc*|ccitncn of Kentucky Hun and silver and in return take back the Colorado. Let this boundary be settled, and
Titbtrt> only the inkstand, from which letter to anoth-
a
BrUri Kisr O. *ter unto rne, ter. We lint saw him lolling upon a common common unblcnchod domestics aad tobacco there will be a tide of emigration to hit favour ercould ham been written .
rush'lx ttonv d chair, inclined against the out- From the extent of frontier the RioGrandy. able equalled. If of just easily.
focf fi: 11 Ln'w th. and had hope to win great oa region rarely some our "All as the head!
HiftCxu&h 4 blued angel 1 t rn. er wall of the hotel, with hb fit braced upon ,they are enabled to escape the custom Northern formers would settle here, they could We meuareequal"-upashioh sometimes desiroiw of
are
XfUV tiy u c\.v. hlf-nT.aU] all in threvI another of a similar sump far in front. He and renlizctmnrtm* profits upoa their good make ono fowerarden of the river banks' that we arc offended so at their not hating offending peopIc
I- ,.. i,n karat tiv-drf tie caught it* grace was holding a scrap of paper, covered with Colonel Kinnry0 life baa hem a romance fromhi from its source to its mouth. Cultivation can !
tw
bbr.brn w< ,its iat true "..rl"'* trarfulface.A figures and hieroglyphics in oneband, while ctitrano i into the counf"; and those accu l I" carried on by white labor, 1 think. beyond The richer in the
the other irra"p"d a worn out pencil of two orthrou turn,. to the luxun' of cit and unacquaintv a doubt. No summer climate can exceed it inlowliness in you! arc thought, poorer you
are
STORY OP A SONG. inches in length, which he originally \ nigh Uitdennl life, can hardly realize much ; the everlasting breeze deprives the happiness -
The Marx mb'? it1uin the echo of a song made uc of ill cyphering out tome algebraic .. credit, mm? of the astonishing adventures sun of much of its heat. Such evenings! TIlE NEWSPAPER.

|(tictory,und UM. <.f the cry of death; it u equation or calculating the superficies of apiece in which be hn bern a prominent actor. HU Such n mom! Young people should come hereto 1 We occasionally nut-1 with a business man
eWriaasa ones tiiMnul as the"other: licit i* of land the minutes of which lay :sire ready witpnrrmity, indomitable courage and make love; the old should emigrate and rejuvenate who aflcet- to care very little for newspapers
rrtipn: lain. He sot. add, for the tune, to be absorbed pfnwvrrancc have relieved him from many perI'lc.in themselves. To the former I say, the and the information they furnish. Of course,
Tlacre.-u nt that time (179:1 young nr- in m.thfrmt CA but bit pencil wa Idle hU paslr .ituaIKn- moon shines with such bewitching sweetness we must give this class of men credit for meanIng -
.csS K't in tr? T.fcrtn &t JirAjibourgti. IIi | n. and IM., '.xceit ixm iirnl tIN a whvn ruts A. the cooocntrwtjvn of alit army at thh no matter how dttcrminailhe1 may be to live what they say but,nevertheless,we cannot
7: star R HIM' iwU..U'. He tvai born ut s!'sl \>y th.* wind: 110.1, elm".il1' rlo..r| toward mint has rendcreil it notorious I cannot retrain and die maids they will find it impossible to believe them to be at independent of newspaper
-S.: .''LI ii; r .t, ti'' Juntn cotiutrj* of nK* him r i rc..i.td lie HU taut u,l<.'P. Sunmu* corn at the rtp rwj of being considered resist.the little god:" to the latter some of the aid sin they imagine.Wo .

id I. t, 0* an nil! nvmtitain .1in- 'i.uhave a momentary -
". ,> ,': !.,<;:! luvulu- un .ifJl&i.'r! Trod ;Ji! and: i;. U him firmly in hU arms. P.- w Hh tie pace**l its fffriteJ proprietor. For Uw and their frames invigorated by the ocean glimpse of the buxinc-w world, as it wouldb
t', ': ... 11 ihinki-r; he UguiluiJK nicr u tiU iMII, timc4 mnlnnd >-, did our K '+- suppression of this illicit trade the corcrnmentc breeze, which comes every evening laden withcoolness ':"if all ttwspu "'r'ilcilit.'were annihilated.,
.u .- "1. wtarj* iutp tic.tCA' of lucky hm't-. At length hU nap wa o\' % f>l h aico krpt cuasianU r stationed on the Rio and health. Extinguish all the light which the press hushed
r.n".4i, ,' ,,i XMUpht aO T fur hb double iiiMlfou l-y '*I' itlar* of the "."hir..h "\-,*. Gra,;dc A 'i.cirg of tronm called "cnmc MRS.TARTINGTON upon the wants and interests of *)ciety. -
t_/ rim-. .& 1",11101.1. IK fn.'tluentf.od| fa- stow +(11itiinr' l'i}! ip' ..rlr r.41 t1tJ1l1OC uf' J>-tnxh, the uftyur of 'tivMatid in**!-. :4. Mhich Ii htad ups IIKh ..m : "'. ihlcM vngatond, w bo was ready in a have gathered from her organ,the Boston "tt.toftho w'or Id,nnd scattered among j if
r' \.J'gh und a | atrioic AlsntKin. Df.- ip and t"N h: lorded his large d-ik ry< Hum lit to mcrif.f. hn dirty fora bribe. Th'r Post a few more of the titterings of this loquacious ITS, l e forgotten; let all the intelligeiimparted

'l'a a sic iiiid daughter | arlk in his cutlitibr Cray -,. |-;*:r, tutd with un aircif undtilurl -rr.ri -nt, li.4.inp w;:h u /-aloui eye at the old ladr. They will serve for amusement all the enterprise: it has a 'k
'.vza j I"triotisin und the Ilcvoluliou. Tiny I .; i* .M. ,., ri.l.+o\l it in his ;. I IefidtlN )-.HinoIliccr; th'e in"piratil'1li4 .f tar wga ftitispilar looking crn .and pHtrh< .1 an nlflttr of thwith M I hav'nt got any money said Mr*.Pattin in what stain as
\ tai, lib ic. UTTUacfiwluLo i J.- him the more c, r>xw I hundred to dotroy his contraband ton, as the box come round at the cl we of a
bart |IIOI tr y, inu> They ti -: r- a : unon two men meant may we suppiMe the flacrc.'l1tile'would
|"rforni.tl his carccly unfolded I I It'll.' KJJOU hi* history. lie wr.d in z J< and take him pri.ooit.-r. At this time charity lecture: but here's a couple elegant now U*found t r

tb,full of cuulidciioc In the early lisping a ca t r Lulling shirt black atin vailcout, Ki&nry had w jib him a company of forty men. sausages I have brought" that you can rive to How would a city without n well-i i;
oJ t.rmiu. I It. M'J.icli wo ornnincniod with silk Jnt're of the R cH h'inc> information of the introd expedition the poor erectors! The box holder looked press ever coanpttt with one having tThu .
at while al 1: c-/rd: with be hurried to"Uveoak Point"a Wkkd-the people smiled-with her view
m the winter of 1792. Famine raged Name color at the bottom nctgh- one in comparison with the other'be ,
L.'iebourg. 1).lruch'n IJWIHO WltM poor and Inrgc double ta 'el* |*cndant at UK' goals,*crvcd boring settlement cart of the Nuccc*, obtain of charity she saw nothing wrong in the act. less than btll-civilizcd, und wuuld'.f'' .
trtabletrugal, but hospitably open to ltoujct ; the place of button Theca be tied,or left all the assistance they could parc. On his Bless thee,Mrs.Parting!angels! record stantly at fault in tbe common tranjbusiness. 'or ..''r'
Lft.. The young officer wealed liim clf hanging locrcly for ornament a* miitf d hbtlea 1 mum be found that his valiant company had the deed on the credit side of thy account, and And what i is true of n ;, 'Id' tit "i
[r*yt ai ip and morning, like a ton or brutltcrd >ure. Hb pantaloons ,'creoftb,. r<,trununImppin nut only deserted him. but stolen many of his where hearts are judged shall thy simple gill be true of an individual who ciZ "in
wt tamiJ}. One night there was onl v pr-t I R; of the countl',nnd hi.feet clw-ly covered guide "Ranch" was in itself pretty weigh like gold in the day of award. depriving hiiibelf of the aid and advaallfpof
r1q bread ham pins of his own work surrounded a wall serer 1 I I "The Prater of Mosj-s executed on one the
| and a few slice* of smoked i with docr-fUn mucc strung ,being by modern journal. 0 Z
IC the table: Dietroch looked at DC Lblc with I I make and Uhhion. Hi particolorod shirt bosom ttl fur infantry and having two p ace or artil- string 1" said Mrs. Partington. Prayinfrt. I There are numberless vrny i in whicltdte,M'
'tojncholy) serenity, wild I was oniarrrnlod with a Urp; golden> >:rr mountrd for ill defence. The COnmand-1 I spoac, to be cut down. Poor Moc*1" sighed don't of business i U benefited b)y even the glano I f
T ere U a lack of bundnnce at our meal!- ; brooch double bf21rt..ha: aUo of bit own> inp officer of the detachment j jw I fie7 executed on one string! well, I his paper which he tak'J4in the morning'w4M||-
WMt roattcr it if there be no lack of ct..1 I I make, toiMher with JIJbirt bullons with nhin three miles of the Ranch,and despatched I I know as ever I heard of any body's being ex' we nei-d not rvpeiit. The advertisement" ;.. .
tt, *wa at our civic festival or of courage ] the initial of bb came loridhomely engraved a ant* ngrr to Colonel Kinney, telling him if cutcd on taro .trinp unless the rope broke; give him infonnation or wupgrst a nI
!5*****of our wWicrs! I have still abut J I bv his own fingers upon each. he would girt up bb goals pcacabl1' be would ,I and_ she went on wondering how it could be. thought. The news department may int_ -
*?;:..'be in my cellar. Let it be brought," I II Major Suwurt, or Bill Stewart, cj be was> not molest hb p.T oo, The Colone/l's force Breechesof faith" screamed Sirs. Parting- to him the direction whirh his efforts shouWj.k.f;j,

JJ to one of his daughter, and let us I'iI j i i more commonly calloJ aid known in hi neighborhood consisted, all told, of eight trusty adherents. tonas violations she of heard the that armistice.term applied*Well to I Mexican wonderwhat | take, or the record of SOUK stirring and Sterling **- '
J fito liberty and our country Stra>l ourg -though every way worthy of his military While the mcfocngvr was delivering the mandate example jnercnntil life O1..i rouse him ,
**.hue to celebrate a patriotic x-remo- title-wo*, I should judge about ixty of his superior, they were employed, by they will ham Dt':t. I have horn tell or to tho-c endeavors which will conduct to lrium.vi"
astm n. t s.jc must find in its JaKl drops unebymns years old of large, thick-net and heavy JUTon order of the Colonel digging boles in which to cloaks t hypocrisy: and robes of purity, I phnnt success. :

tl 1ll'* i vhich i cut)- into the soul of ,though not tall. Hi*complexion was frvhI i place some bfimb-sbclls the Ranch being well I but I never beard or breeches or faith before.won't; I j I The expense of a newspaper, it w true, i is .
made of thnt
'k that intoxication from which it has I I and fair, and hb hair long and thin parted upon supplied with the various materiel of war.- I hope they're something soma,thing; but the probable expense of hay- I
1, his forehead and hung loosely upon ht*i Observing that the proceedings of his men had change ana wear out as old Deacon Gudgin'sfaith ing no journal is often vastly greater. Ignorance
and facetious and I attracted the attention of the the did, for his was alwuys changing. lIe is
hJrJ pirls applauded his wordsbrought i .houldl"rL lie was lively messenger would generally costly.-Mercantile TYmwf.Hour .
I' that be
old' and regretted Colonel raid to him, Go back to ; went from believing nobody saysed -
?*' filled the glasses of their withal vcrr communicative my your captain -
lii !t ajj the young officer until the liquor time and Visit was too limited to enable me to> tell him Ill neither surrender my goods nor to believing that all would be, and at last THIY IJVE -.\ foreign writer says that
**i*Hed. It was midnight I the nIghtI1aaLFe obtain the ..bole.wry of hb eventful and chOw myself; 111 fight him to the last and will lari turned out a pb renolSrr,and didn't believe in Dickens who receives touch iinnieaso suns from
> Lisle was a dreamer; his heart quered life, though I gathered Mmcthing of hbI i hb bones and those of hb command to bleachat nothing! I wonder U it's as strong as C8."- hw publisher, barely keeps himself out fpriJ.
bit head was heated. The cold hu tory, and learned that few if any more in- my door." Thin reply bcin gi retorted to mere 1 and.she bit off her thread and prepareda on. Eugene Suo s]>en'is thousands every year
hillIpc.a him; with unsteady steps he enter.I I.I tLTClrtlf1lltepdl could be gathered the West i the worthy commander he exckumodt\Vhyi 11. new needleful. in pnintm.ss statuary; and tJy'eeU Je terrnvThk'rs -
d. .may chamber. He slowly sought Ins I than from the life and adventures of this linn-, what has got into thus d-d American he must *I can't"bear children, said Miss Prim dis wastes hb great income from hb worksin

stow In the beating of his citizen heart her of Kentucky. have been sure of whipping roc, or be would dainfully. )(. Partington looked at her over giving magnificent partiesat his splendid
.. I sociable and fierce answer." The her spectacles mildly) before she replied. hotel in the place St. and Victor Uugo
piano; now composing lie soon became very inqubil1 never have sent so an George,
: Ore thehis i now the words before>1 I I ire, and as it was hb custom with strangers, atfair thus savagely commenced ended in a *Perhaps if you etmU you would like them who was made peer two years since the Citizen -.
sad In such..a manner associating them 1 gained all the information be could of the conference. A few insinuating gold pieces better, a eat W said; "but why is it that unmarried King,lavishes the fruits of Notreand.. ,
a. that t" could not himself say States and of foreign parts. He was delightedwith I placed uaoctcntioudy in the bands of the worthy old maids and single bachelors are other great masterpieces on old Gothic furniture ,
of hb always railing against children 7 It seems as if and other old hb mansion in
.fJ'eaSed first music or Terse and uniIIpoUible a description Cbilowncouatryol.bichhe and valiant defender country'ala.. rubbish for 1
it.,, to separate the poetry fromand 1 had soon and beard so little. As be became I I scot him bock to the Rio Graade, to report hbhb they had never read the command given to our the Place de Royale.
into hb that the conduct of the Colonel forefathers to increase and multiply and punIsh
I the sentiment from the express1lalL I more familiar, be invited me lodge government
wrote nothing.' Overpower- which was dose by and known by all the was unexceptionable. So much for ,a little the earth.* For my part I love the little RAZOX .-A correspondent of the Sci-, ,
L lime be fell asleep 1 people roundabout and universally ingenious bravery, and a happy application of dears and I had rather near a child cry any day entitle American says he has tried with great, .
L inspiration, country
than hear the Brass Band;wand she went right satisfaction to himself the following improveroent y
awake small near the feat Ae worU
on the riaao and did not call the Den. It was a shanty Ae f
to work covering a ball for little Johnny. on hb.razor trop He uses, on two,of r
1'6e of the night returned tohb hotel and consisted of two diminutive apnrt- -
,'iladi.Culty.like the impres t oQ of' nos rats,one of which contained his cot-bod&c. ANECDOTES OF THE BATTLE OF RESACA "Lock-up umbrellas'* read Mrs. Partington, the four sides bJacklead,and on the other two '
dedicated DE LA PALMA.fur as it was attached to a new article In a shop sidesa power made by rubbing two Turkey d
to
He down wares and rau- and the other WA a workshop
wrote
.haied toDietrech.; He louod l' and filled with all manner of took lumber, acts of individual darisg are recorded. I window. "Lock up umbrellas! '. very I stones aJfaJnat each bt er, which produces a. ; 4
4 Ms1m winter lettuce The j idijeriar and utensil which be bad been gathering together General Taylor was sitting on his hone in the .good advice to them that has 'em; but what I beautiful powder,defying in quality any, aatjall d lJ$
up sword would creaturs do in the rain that has of the powders used on strops and required r
its wWaad daughter bad not yet t for the last fifty years. Here were sad- thickest of the fight, with hb drawn poor W
tech woke taem.aad seat for tome 1 ales and bridles and and buffalo robes : while the balls were rattling around hinv-- none who has to depend on berrying 'em 1Theyl1lock to be renewed' once In a year. ". .1

**aisiseir passionately food of music and blankets rifle and spurs poud and .and I CoL CL, the amiable sutler of the 4th Infantry, up door scrapers and thermometcrs Tsi or TD ntissIn theyear 1'flaf c b
of aU aDd chemicals formerly) Mayor of Augusta, and well next, and then they'll put a stop to the TOWX : x
it. sag Indian curiosities sorts points three
of
performing Roujet just
&I.Jof the wages a laboring man were
kiadncw of lDOemeat of trade I and Mrs.PartiDgloB 1. f
and -
ia bawD for hb disposition guess;
which used courage
Mm- and crucibles, Itc, were tho
tiIe&-.QQeC daughter accoopamed a oa"im free." halfpence per day; and at the wind period; t.
him that be paaeod "meditation
was fancy
-nt all the of gold or the search after the remarked to exposing '
atauza their teD&DCe8tear. grew smelting price of a bible well written out wa*.steJ'0'1
'B hb much and proposed to aim to Dear, dearId ). Partiagton.'tvhatbarbezoca
Jut .1IOBe.ritk, embossed very "
person
tile
second, flowed: at philosophers lung Of coarse, k common laborer'fat thostf
1M forth.iii. and silver and of massivepun retire a short distance "Let u* rib m lisle acts war does make mea ear
a
wildoeas of eathusiasm burst with gold pair days could not have produced a"BlWe.with less'than
.s wife and daughter,ae old tmaa lum- of the same metal, cxquiU rely wrought mrrr, tit &a 8f trill fall WiaaI w.was the Gen neB ia the present age! Why, it was only the. entire earoiagB,;of>tiirte. ::Yearrff- ..
of,the !'. reply. lieutenant Uncoln, of the 8lh, the other day that a man {a tie Camu.i '. t'
friend., the youacoftoer, threw Ikem- by hb own bands were line spylmrn* era be sawGeneral Now a.beautifully..priBled copy of A sama; .
--.. late each otter* anas. The mechanical ingenuity and baa 6rmft of this eooesMric killed two Mexicans With hb sabre.In omnibus pointed out the bouse where. book con be purcbasvd,wUh the _earnirnqoff..
'the country was dJ! But alai; it Leafher-Stockiaf and Df..taught maa. the charge led by the gallant May were Washington was half a day J : -
detatissed to be fee byrao of terror*-- If be bad set the touch of Miio to turn ere- poor logo aad Lieutenant Ssckett;when Maygave \ Ihe cJHW.b / : ZccnIt

y Diebveb a few ir" 1aIer..0 r thing'\sAo gold be bad the power of,coa- the -CUrgcr Sackett'a horse beISJT teach u. to'Could t they but teaeh is stated that Gen. Scott was born in June,
b.. < fivsewlisd into tW he HEcdaadtte a little the quickest rot the start. la Cool '0 we hare 1oee. bleJ H of
sesJUd to ISM .atYld es .ertiRc loW every sacra irk 1788 and Is,therefor years age.
-. ,Wed s frith sat. rbearth predouII were aft 10 cempese a portio midft the ceefny! fire May said to Socket, u.to blush to imitate

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,; 't I -Cum P iaVwa cf far ftaJftstort fim.Boitw .-- the Jl perpetrators Government_. of-has murders aad other a resolute ostrage determination .I ft. .__ 1 rmppr_# ** {fa-taailillli rT' at* aatidpstinf a: I .foe several. am years...aVe i.-1. ."

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The cxprcwcd
4 \'. 6> 6 P. M. to enforce tho payment of pc"r 1 lf.--'Mr y t kegs crop of api this NUCIL They haft maJe the I Georgia respecting our Bouii1ay lilt r.'

TLc Mcnropshlp Caledonia CapuLou.which rat ', cvci ia the mvwt distre
l '.r-es 5niVl frotu Liverpool on Ibo 19th of October, j !):: is h":. tj be cxp-c'-xi Jut the Principles and the Ptoptc. aoaatevl to tho eahrtttkm of the ena as the alluvial oed uneasy feeling between 1M

, I has wit arrived fttria boon seventeen day *uJl ,. eh a;3 ,cn 'eftjvhmtd\ ,without very for the Sc. land. This Set hu bred kaowa b Fleetfa for yrar. At the last session of our.V! Iii .
_
I 1 oo the pass She brings the following .r at ; '.ritiou and *u kinp, t, om an idle bar- tT Ts TIIJU Qcjrrt.T Metro AD oar ssraan&&imeia their case spun the pine
the GorrcrJ Cbereb pw mado obtain
aarmmry of the news+ mode up by tctrnru isolated potilo cultiva s t I ondcut of the Bun la Liverpool: which will neccacarily brine down, at .will Mbe t.oIJd at the Xtdao Q. laths kada eewlessel, aid they hare ahrars an ahoadaatcrop. question, but the resolution for .

I Lnrcaiosc Oct. 19,JMt, 12 XL the ootnrnencrrncnt of the sykcm,a Urge class f daf wiih prtmcyaf oo Tt'r nif&t.tW was lost in tho Senate for want or
JWodZovotuiiteBfreiK v ParlkiBcnt was of cottiers above pauperism to be themselves Gr/eoa8K Oar plasters have bat just commenced nit tin f their Ii- .
just Today sod Friday however that at the '
\ hope
Services is -
I h bM. 1 present
I December when It will Ash require 18 War which all the i
,; prorogued till the II Ui dependant upon ibe rate rieTV csae. Owing to the Seminofe by
\_ ,U further sJjottraed uutil Jaauary, for the :|I throe times the quantity of bind laid out in Ilatwdadate sod M SinaxUy. sad SoatUf twice or u cstenaiTe aaftr plantations were broken ape but little if mode may be adopted that wiD

"I dtatttch of bualBc I'I I corn to what would b* Decenary in potatoes cia,. hu beta raised for export. States. Why could not a refereacebJ 1> '
any tap
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The steamer Britannia arrived out on the] to feed for the''oar any given number.. of per- Cto.R. FAraUnJ.Jdacorma the ITtliDbirkt laomr immediate neighborhood. GetuJonm M. to some eminent jurist of a nefgnbori
H'
I rs,11111., of the 15th after a plcatantof pw sago son*, it is plainly evident that, w only one- a and have the matter
l left UM for Tanabawe oo TVabr- Iltaxaa nbaz te-ewbG.bedhisplantatlou.and l made so disposed of?
14 days from Boston. sixth of the usual quantity of pi pbnlA'V'the city
"J M The Lord Mayor of London gave a splendid poviton of great numbers of
\ 't't1tcrta1nr t to the Duke of Cambridge and alarge Ireland must be truly distressing. St.Jolu.*.WI the forTaIbla! K ooTb Twt-d.,. arale. Hi crop this year owing to the ono aaf- security of the border settlers
,
work The invitations raid II ...., of the
+
on Saturday I.A great outcry is being ) he termination.
company will be u anticipated-
I not aa large
f ly wet season
the American contnbuion i tCo J tkeEM era Care it of Fbrida.
I u! } included bit Excellency London Journals againxt any future Cut n
; In
.4' inim"l', and throe Polish Pnnccs. Mr. Ban on the part of the English in favor of Ire held for SL John Couary.adourseJ oa Satanb. planted 400 acres.CoL looking over thq.Message of the i
: croft's health won proposed, and his address land I but while we perfectly groc with th in Jon M. I t roxwiil make his usual crop.ta of,Georgia to the Legislature, now fa t-r .

was received with the greatest enthusiasm andFerrera In the absolute necessity of rcfuVin* .'l 1\.<
t nary aid with a view to stimulate. u,.in .t the UaitrJ Suw. prodtoniof extrasiTCioW 1 pbatinf the rich land which was formerly the planta- tempered remarks:
i in about to be completely cvacuatrd the smallest I dous..< the Gad Officrs at N.w-
all where
talc
tt
cars '+of Gad to place make ISO. AnthesmaOfitmera .
tios 01 a. ..wm A resolution of the last General
will bef l li-
by the Austrian troops, and the Pope respecting the utter destitution c tar&rt St.Av vibae and TaQah ee,fa February
f make their tweeteniag. required the Executive to
the own -
I preserved undisturbed in his career ut'civil and cants; nevertheless we are not ,.. J-o throoghoot county appofet two
I \ from the '.' acre ." stoners on the part of
administrative reform.The I turn our faces utterly) pc *- 5* forlilt
civil warm in Switzerland is still Impending fune relief in canes where death and J.-. e'XUtrninntion Osir Paper Preparations am making fa other parts of East Floe of might be appointed Florida

t i and ssK ious disturbances have taken place are actually thrcalcnrxt Blultiecrs- We ml Tit HUAIA du week to nor tea Jen fa ida to carry on the cahare of angar largely.*o4 fa ... two dcfinitelY'lcttUnlt States, with etch thebotmdarT restriction iel
the pre (
1 in In the Spain two Ri Espurtcro.iiles. has been suddenly' displaced I. wty harsh and theories expediency of political rourt economy.over-ride v--rt a seer 411'- The type II 6 the Fosa by 01 lo.x T. other year the export of sugar will be eon JcrabIy nor may deem necessary to impost tl

from the head of the new ministry, and \\.IITTC.N"Y cd. aacmmtfJ. power granted to thfs Department>

1 1 I t Navarcr installed in his place French influ-I A MISCIU-An old woman has rrcrntlv .li- : We Wtn uut s proper opoortamty ry to nuke torn We f*py the flowing frwn the New Orleans Delta, ordinary, and may be regarded as a

e t-nce ban again bwn ucc ful in that country. In Paris whose nartimony left far in ibf '. : rbaape fa the pic of nr paper,and the t.rmor.aJrtii NortmVr 5th proof of the solicitude or the LeirL,_

r The piwpects of Ireland during the coming I 1 ground the fictitious Misers of Molicrc, s. >t. It will oe seta MI Irfrrntce to oar terms, rTUP. SUGAR CROP.It .this State to bring this protracted coae hot
I winter are gloomy in the extreme. Famine in I father of Eugene Graudct. Her dm. t ,f is rstimatcd br competent Judges thnt the o an early and amicable adjustment hex. unSi
to o.vt
crd the
that barr ml prior mir ppT .
an ncgmvatcd form has already reappeared, place in am pqurnccof n tragical crctit%;. seas we crap of surer in thN State will exceed the crop trimon of this authority it at once
and the Queen has issued a letter commandingthat occurred in her huUM3 a few 'lay. pn-v .+,_ uu of oar guesser pert,sal tar airs *f a tyPa..ein. i r f lt year br nt least one hundred thousand that I could not overlook the ConsthStho 1 w

a rr-ncral I collection be made in the Church This fxTnon was)bladenob+rllc R hi, iras t> nrtrlf rsxxrr rot CUT Ulow be l au t b' Wo'1' hojrshmdThe quantity of molasses, of this State by which our territorial Imp 0

crtabluhmcnU ''I over sixty years of age,and was in po* cn tt,tag d. nit reduction wall w t wr ..laj .l. it crop will even exceed that of the sugar as been declared. Apart from this

Corn Marlcet.Best Western Canal Flour Is of a fortune estimated at 500JOOO fmnci. Her -l u sQ who de ice to aka t, = w r p'r to :.s .. compared with the product of last year. Ow- consideration, I was desirous of exan T

bringing 25s to 27s ,per bbl.; Richmond and.I I only companion was a female attendant tiamedI No gee eao irfue to take oars.n .> *cvr *ft** injr to the lateness tho summer,and the con. question of right, separated from tksT
Alexandria 25s to 26s; Philadelphia and Baltimore I I Margaret,almost as old as herself and to wham uW of FlovUa.uW rbctpv-4 ia tiniianco of warm weather,the yield of the cane lion, to the end that if the Cbnstitutfotf fe
25s to 2G N. Orleans and Ohio 22s to I She livid We oflct to people pips a claim to territory inconsistent with tilepnnunount
; she paid 100 francs wages annually. will not, for some time, be as great as was toby
and Canada 20 to 21s. : toe 81.1".bot u regards febvcrip:**! ant 4trfiwinf. on Florida: then
2isU. State I in entire seclusion, never lighting cither lampor rxjvctcd from the appearance of the crops, recoi
Wheat United States white and mixed per : fire, and receiving from her tenants in the and oorflbrt oo ow pin shun be rpirrJ to retie it thetext. and conxrqu.' the quantity of molasses will for your consideration a removal of the 3)

4 70 Ibs., brought 7s to 8s; rod 0*to 7s 7d. Oats, '\ country different articles of produce, such as ': be very rrrnt. 'The present weather i is unpro- do. sAM

pr 45 It*.,2s 3d to 2*8d. / milk, butter and chccc as well as poultry, Pofttxajtm thro -! the Stale who w(3 set at oar pitioui being too warm, but still those who In respect to the merits of this ones**- sAIi

Indian Corn per 380 lbM 30s to 33s. IndianliKal which the caused to be sold at the market arau,soJ forward ratwcnfuoo* to .,shall rrerite a are rolling make a good yield but of ordinary they have presented themselves after .
I, perlbl., 14s to k 'This old woman inhabited one of her own 1 quality. Many planters have not yet commenced : inp with some care for information
E The Corn market is of course sensibly influenced than francs copffrsti* might lead to a correct conclusion and
I| houses and did not spend more 200 jrrindinir,thinking their cane too green, I
by the unparalleled .trin enc)' of the I t a year. Meantime she was extremely eager in IT Mr MCTAO. Uu..& EM hers appointed and and desiring when they do commence to make I by reconcile conflicting claims and arertil
money market and shows a general decline 1 her and puzzled them of exasperation and strife consequent on a dm*?
collecting rents people daly gaala6ed a CotMuble for Duukt No.2,Cooaif of the largest possible amount sugar out of
particularly in quotations for interior |>>irocl. selves with conjectures to now she di poscd their I' Jurisdiction between sovereign authorifK, "Ire
Indian corn has depreciated frutn 2s to 3s Per of her money. St.Job -- crop.Notwithstanding, however, the unfavorableness regret that I am not prepared to rmke %&

quarter, and meal has also receded in value, On day Margaret, the old woman who for I I lajor iY.W. Lorin;. of the weather, tho extensive character of recommendation. The claim of Georgia ret

and is in very limited demand. thirty year* 1 had shored her life uf privation, \ have brra C ,orr4 with the perusal I of s letter the crops and fullness of the cane throughout '1'firmly I I believe on the treaty made fcetww I
The above quotations represent the maximum thiu&ii! = that her long dcrotrdncM and her the State, will fully justify the calculation of the United States and Spain, in ',w cU .
price, but occasional forced wiles have been ienidm'Tititl It tardy recompense, vcuturej fives d pfia at officer to hi mother fa that city. It the produce vf this season. Two hundred and should be remembered, i* concurrent ia tkrespect fa4y

made at considerably under these ( ". to nrx'akf,* to MaJam R. of her wilL She triol will be fttu/yiaf/ to hi*ftonwmai fnrod fa ihia State to forty thousand hogsheads is an estimate which i with the Constitution of this State.

In London, on yesterday, (the 18th of Oct) to nuke her underhand that the way to make learn ibmt Ub woaaJ has eaUrrly healed earl, sad that no one regards as extra vngnnt. At the rate of I I Without re-stating the reasons of this opb

there was an extensive supply of foreign i wheat, her memory loved and honored wjas to do goal Ito l b:bahnirt to team home on a knee of atveoce. lie was $50 per nhd., (lower, we believe, than a fair Ion, I beg leave respectfully to refer you to fr ,
but trade was dull and American receded fromto those who have taken care of nee But th? rapvctrd to attire faaNrw Otkaat oa the 15th iiulM avrragrO this will give the splendid sum of instructions which wire given to Me ,n. 1H to

: 2s 6d per quarter, without any progress old woman eluded the subject, and when M4r- + hu he eoadactnl hlnurtf aDd tOMOfhfa twelve million of dollars as the value of ono Coupt'r nn,1! J. Crawfor*], Commiuiorenioaillipnrt nep
'being made in safer.r garct perxl itcd, she declared plainly that Mae >r raIarittNew Orleans ordinary to aU ihkl ojactioo*of Cerro Gor,. PrJripl.Con- tingle
would not leave her anything at her death. middling, 4Id to 6id per pound; good to middling This harxhncxs and ingralitutc a.Tcctcd: the old teas Chcfobojco, sod thetfonala: 3 of Chapulvp '.. piri parishes, which contribute immense aitJi- missioners of Floriitn.; Copies of take an

fair 6d to 6M;good to fine 7d to 8
Alabama and Tennessee ordinary to middling into a corner of the houc and hung hcrclf. aW.t .. a: ,:.., .. ." ,. urttt- in utoh! sugar U thu Iriuling ur principal crvi that the has' pr'scritinn' ; nn'. &vdjcomrnnsioner :
Hd to 4d| ; good to fair 6Jd- Mobile ordinary It was nut till the evening and aOer her prolonged .1 In St. Landry a.lca ieu. Lafayttr Georgia to those ofl'oDU-
I ,
u'r. pnidacf.
: w. s r:
.01
to middling to 51 ;fair to good fair 5)) to 6d ; absence had caused considerable un V .nni'lion R.I \V that n, to run the line eastward to he hiepoint to
Avoyellcs st
tfoodtofinc6Jdto6d.d | Sea bland from w.rwod.y a C1., r nr I ?' .. u!al was : < pules
ranges easiness that she was found dead. The cal l Iiciana anti I'uinte Coupv, j is cultivated on the principal branch of the St. Mary'sriver a.an
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} Md to 18d;stained 6d to 8}id. event was announced to Madam It. She did n "f..1' w.aa.arc II ani! ;'he.1b9w. to a limiii. il extf nf, cotton sugar and corn bung at which it* tributaries accumuIatAawlicicnt ,

This market o participate in the ;nc sal nut, however, *xrm to, be much affected by it, We M y oar Lrf atve anv argot to a..!!.,will th.- chief pnidncts send Krrzint an i xtenrivormrlovmnt wntrrto cwiwo a permanent flow fa i

vicissitudes of trade, and snows a gradual deterioration but contented herxclf with sayingAh, well a'1' .45. awJc JaowiaC"a. ." fj.i. ..f-trJ awn '>f th ; nv j iI U tKifticting two w Jl drfinM channel nnd if accepted-wwJ I, a

since our last telegraphic advices.Theuuyitity she b very h-jipv, very happy lobe is." ..1.I,1W i.cuxo.:1 oC. ;w .l' rii .t -a l 'rth- scar prtxiucinl in thrj have met my approval,nnd thu nccc arv 4p I .
parMi ,
greatly exceeds of the Cotton demand pressing the market sacrifices : The n. x dir fi< Mf'vr *hc nxc pal.- and fitipind . .. ,.aWe triM"4 i whrrh U n>. '-' ul.l an cxtravngnnt calcuit taken to establish the boundary accordlnzr/. ,
producing and fiarii b ion-d theneighbursu 44 In of tii is amicable COBtrovcrsv -
,- rn qu' br every aspect as yet
h.nvi fiHirUvn which
the of sellers who have been 11 : .1 'Do. Y n, rte : parishes proten
t on part compelled "A"E *
d h il 1'r. l d and neighborhoeddemand pt;
prudence
lt) 'it' 14 r ii-4 .a : v1rt .!uc.- miliinns of dollars worth of friendly
sugar.
( to submit to prices considerably under all night ; li-i cnciud conslatiUy IK fore b4-r ire. r ihN.ii TML-ah i fcwlrtica LKH %r to rx.Jueau its early settlement. A conflict ora.
i our quotations for the sake of obtaining cah. This too it mu>t be borne in mind, i is clear
The saol.s for the week ending the 16th ult. eyes the Iigur of poor Margaret dying by the hint IwbM'iAf'At'ofthe LrfiUaivrr. profit to the pl.wter.a.. the molasses pays all thonty between the contesting States may fc
chord. At night she went to bed earlier even t'r"a ji Ai Etejuag Pott.Mo in the whole Union sooner or later expected. It will probaNTa.
pchrn ,can
bales of
amount to 21,700 which 3,900 you ,
t and for were on than usual, but it was never to flue again fur in ,I"L EJ itoi -Permit me to place before find fourteen counties, of less than an averagepopulatit rise from the decision of a judicial question
Speculation, 1,300 The transactions
of the 16th amounted export. about the morning the was found dead in her bed. the public sum: incidents connected with the n of eight thousand souls, producing Resistance to its execution may follow. Tan
to
2,000
t
i" bales,while on the 18th they reached The poverty of her dwelling was such that a life of the commander of the ride regiment; in one single branch of agriculture an amount against force may be employed, and think
only 1,200at
neighbor was compelled to lend the cloth for two States be embroiled in strife
a decline.In the gallant Majcr Luring. e ual to the probable yield of the sugar crop of may angry I
the districts business funeral garment The authorities immediately : It is nearly ten! r :art .i iocc" while htj was a this year f
manufacturing wears I proceeded to the spot to place wuaU un the J } that he volunteered Mexican War and Wllmot Pretty
resident
the gloomiest week of St /u\ Florida Whilst upon this subject,we would notice the
aspect adding to the
number of mills making every; abort time or closing property,for the interest of the oral heirs as one of u ,npan}. raised then and successful efforts of those planters who broke Governor Towns in his inagural address k*

entirely.MtmrJary. fur she had no direct one/ In beginning their in ApalachicoU, t pro: ct West Florida then through the old and now exploded idea that fore the Legislature of Georgia, makes the fit 1
search they found in an old trunk filled with infested by the Scminolc Indians together with could be and the WB-
,I Affalri. The disastrous monetary sugar only produced on an alluvial lowing remarks respectingmet the war
1 prrsMirc recorded in our last advices has dur rubbish the sum of 40,000 francs under tokitchen some of the refugee Crccki. George S. Ilaw- soil, and below the latitude of Baton Rouge.In Proviso. These two subjects are sens* 1
1 ink the land fortnight, continued to race with tiles; and in other hiding place, 110, king,a brother of the gallant defender of Fort every case where it has been tried, the experiment !
000 francs. A written the deceased and be met because they will be prtJlll
note must ,
by
tmahotcd severity, involving ftevcral additional Brown,and now Judge of the Western Circuit, has succeeded admirably. On the !
fnilurm: and dinuninc a deep and impenetrable mentions the sum of 60,000, which Is buried in in Florida was chosen captain of this company high grounds back of Baton Rouge, several with all the zeal of fanaticism before the cueing

gloom throughout the whole commercial com- a born place found.not designated and which has not yet Robert Myers, Irt Ueut and Win. Luring magnificent sugar plantations have lately been J( Congress. Let every citizen take the"

of Great Britain.To 3d LktiL They succeeded in their object and opened. Thoac or the Messrs. Perkins, Klein-'Ject in hand,and not only be prepared totlaAbut
such a point of intensity has the inacocsKibility dispersed the (oe; but while engaged in this peter, and others have now been in operation
and stand the
also Jman.Vhile
to act by
t now u.rri\'td,that there scarcely any Correspondence of Ai Baltimore Clipper. arduous service this company encountered a three or four years and have never tailed to
one house which can be looked upon without WAKKIJICTO, Nov. 2, l 477Ko2
Kuspicion, no matter how exalted its portion. Fmnunt.-At 12 o'clock today, there were assembled upon them as they lay in ambuSh in a dense who has long cultivated one of the largest selves there are others which wu possess it
We may avoid further enunciation by stating in a room in one of the buildings orl J hammock and under the fire with which the cotton plantations in the State, situated some common with the other States of the cpnftde

x that altogether fifty-live houses have either broken the arvmal, eleven or twelve officers of the i Indians received the attack CapU Hawkins and 20 miles above BayOU Sara, on high rolling acy. During the present year especially, w.
d.jwn or siirpcndod since the departure of army, on bu.inea connected with the charge Licut M vers fell rrcrcly wounded, the former ground devoted his labor and capital to the we have seen the capital of the whole coaaty

l the lart steamer. against Col. Fremont of disobeying order*,--. in two places, both being completely disabled. production of sugar, and has now a noble actively employed, its industry,throughout tIt
On the 18th of October it was announced that Cul. B-'nton aat with his son-in-law at a table, I The command devolved upon Lonng, and it crop which he has already commenced taking length and breath of the land, abundantly re

the Royal Bank of Liverpool had been compelled apart from thou; composing the Court, which could not have fallen into better bauds. At off. Still higher up, near the Red River Cutoff warded. While famine and misery have gazes
to suspend payment. however, was not fully or nized, owing to the' the head of hit men be charged the hammock, Mr. Lcdoux has a very large and well-ma with a heavy hand upon the inhabitants of otstf

i IJVEEPOUL Oct 19, P. M. absence of one or two of its members; and, inconsequence and the route of the foe was complete,althoughthe tured crop of sugar, which he is also now engaged countries, we have enjoyed a season of"""*
I an adjournment took place until Indians afterward said, that had amplcd Whether this is ti* re
J). 8*-The markets up to thi moment are they in grinding. On Red River, too, many prosperity. firs
losiiif ground. Flour cannot be quoted beyond to-morrow nKiniiug. Gen. Brooke u the pn- known the smallness of the force opposed totlictn old cotton planters have gone largely into sugar of that system of liberal trade adopted b.

i 26* per barrel, and Indian corn rhows no tendency aidcnt! Ilnd Copt. Lcc Use judge advocate. Among they could have easily dtfi-utcd. thcni-- and are raising immense crops. These present administration in that part ot the w.
t to line above 80s. The stoppage of the the ,'itne><
'. Liverpool Banking Company Is Just announced.The who were with Fremont when he firs upppd }Florida nt Tall.ha* trt where the writer became field for the production of sugar, which we every where seen and felt. It exists not ia

liabilities are not heavy The cotton market the Mexican authorities. In the word of Col. I bcquainted with him. have no doubt will attract capital and enterprise ory merely, but is actual, positive pt1-
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is much d Denton, who introduced to them Mr. Gales ofj Less than year since he was appointed a from various parts of the country' ,and in and nothing short of rank folly, woulcl-c

STATE OF IRELAND. the Intelligencer, "they ore what are called in captain in the rid? regiment and was particularly a few yean snake the product of {0 or deatro-a change to tills '
Another _The the western country coin/* and udfiaa from noticed br Ocn. WcOtt tallls dispatches, Louisiana nearly equal to the demand sugar in the -midst of all this we are reminded that war*
JPjnaine JLppn+rkigi increas- *
{ dilliculties under which np patranc ctI 1IrC think the complir merited. for gallant conduct at Cerro Gordo\as its United States. 1st between our Government and the Repotf
jag tae
to be people of Inland k KOtlml.7' wnscalmaiaammer. Ong" ccvnmander a major, though I am not aware of Mexico. This war was not of our seekty.
suffering, as the ad-
vanco appmra,claims the mast Riuful attention.session Two It wag uv> who arrested VAn. It ilKJUU And how be obtained that rank, having seen no notice tT The following latter sufficiently explaina ihel. nor is our Government responsible fonts eases
here in the wane room the name two of the act of uVeli"
Forced
bitappointmenLSince us by
appeals the one from Mr. Trevylian, and the I Iuther f'X.Qoy.1 It gives sa opportunity to oar citizens of making at knit quences. upon
croon of California-Fremont and eaiertaiaes'Jdoubt
that brilliant affair the Rides" have public of Mexico, I have never
(ruin Sir John Kurgoine, addressed to the < a trial: 1M
The latter i. twice as old as the former. We their seat .
iwum spoken own best culogtam on more than that justice to our own
British have been .
people, publuhod We are reminded of the which I POST Orncs DsriaTXxaT. bt November 1847. deraaad *
extend scenes through one occasion, and"Molino del Rey, "Chopul'cpec honor of the Nation imperiously
charity implored to to the sufferers once on the more western the hand count of of' they had scrcrullj passed within the last two ," and in the suburbs the city, they Data Sa:-I received your letter of the 7th prosecution with all the power and eaer0 d

1 Jrdaixl ; find the ststenrnis made of the al- years-the vici | the dangers -and could not but that I-, merited the war. t-
bestowed with
regret any | the praise them by Intimately connected
upon for
ready existing d diMron by two gentlemen 00 establishing a line of steamers from Charleston
n
thing bAd occurred to call for into the ATe-liulitalStates
ti investigation fceru of Lundy's Lane. In these last battles Question of vital concern to the
well with the
acquainted case, cannot we re1grU the conduct of by SL Augustine and touching oo different ._
whose has S-W-
one name the
be It it I already Major Loring lost an arm. of the Union; should
indeed
to Impeached. ,
aay for winter. a bnen indelibly written on the records of his FLORIDIAN. points on the coast of Florida, to Key West. principles of the Wilmot Proviso, reeaive tj
Intuit With
melancholy prospect | and on ono of bo brightest You the filed sv
country
daily incruaintc diatrc in our owu manufacturing I page arc aware that advertisements issued for sanction of Congress,and become

d..rictaearWr1 fqorn the stoppage of A PCZSJL-A writer {In the Baptist Register 383 utf ern, sod 3783( oak and fie, hare beta this service last year and that no bids were Icy of the Federal Government in refaeaestj it weaH

s I luilbs and the pmacnt derangement ol trade it propose tae following inquiry i ; wounded since Osr catered the r Bey of Mexico. received for steamboat service, and none in its territory hcreaftet to be acquired too intolerable

is grievous to find that the poor of Ireland will < -If a Mr. Randall I is blemnd with a son. sail-vessels that would justify the Department constitute a case of Federal usurpation

'- become supplicants bur relict from the I whom be wiraes Ezra,and if Mr. rL, uporuhc Oct Wr uVr b (all lAd has bees for endurance. An act repo aaI".,
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root delight ao in
1 I accepting the service; nor do I think that the Constitution destructive of our rig .
dIuIeat and the both in this I Ite death of Ezra's .
umaso country mother marries the daughter est
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M a rna h. Oo1y think of faKortahtr of the **"
lase evr colonies and indoul, wherever the Mr. Alvord, who few y*rs before had fort ripe F\p any will be made at such a price,as would induce dishonorable to Georgia one p I
receive as dajj
sassjUali ItBfuafe spoken It is a further ag.irnvastoti .I his wife and who tubvqurntly, by a second an acceptance. Yet if any of your citizens tho Federal Compact, should residlnceor every tntf '
I ot' UU' national calamity that crimes wife, U blessed with a dru beer that Is named Th.s Slc ier Natnmfmjuett* will send propositions for it, they will be not it would,tho united y'ri

I \ t ,,is alsirF giy oa the increase in rany districts Mary, but who lives not long, to lamest the Oa SunaUM the clan of Cape Donna and received and considered and will be hearted friend of tho State.- rr
at the ssusf couatry.i early death of hit first daughter, II.Randall oiw rs for Mrrafr spoo the food sad machinery wired ready to The Xew York Election. s
A Mr. Roe a.rate of Rodcivell,(In Tip- '1u or enjoy the socicly of rut companion and the Bv+mtt Narraett, wrecked sir MoM be submitted to Congress if any further action received it is probable ttWIC

.1 u \ '".nary, hug been murdemd in broad noon day daughter,Marr; aad if afler .1rIr.Ran. I pita..decided ba abe U.S. Dteriet Court sat.ti.g U to bo had. I have directed advertisement From the returns ."'

f under cir,uiaUoaoM of fright/Ul atrocity. Lit'Jo doll takes for hi is third wifo the former wife of u a Coot of A oinliy, The Ccvt awarded 30 for the service which you will see.In, a few the Lcgiskturo will stand: Senate, JOCllts
ur ou duttU ota be cetcttai od that, the his &&er4n4aw, aad.r'hlt, son Ezra choose to I 8 Democrats; House W Whigs, 331 De I
I jjurdcrur wu onto fl kk own 1 ,whoa hud nttrrr HM daughter o/ his /athex'. third wife per CftL days. am respectfully, and a tie on ooe member NIagarir !

pg t\ properly evicted after fcavtaf shorn to- MIsiMary Alvord will any Jay, human or dUvtn The erUrac before the art sre/ii'Qed the Captala Your- obedient- servant '
e rarsV km fho liberality and lenity,- %be broken T-And what relation will Ezra boa all bktse,sad rrp >d compieuly the anpotadoaaWe a JOHNSON. Mr. Wouix Hnemwiv has taken <***#oVmsjUoQ

'p a Iota Dublin Ocaetteno fewer than five be to fait gather, or hit chiitoo to his ft&er cbatg.s tint W bees throe st agaisst O. R. FAIHAITS, Esq., i'.:] tka w.9-krrewrs city Hotel ia TaBbaaaaM.. Wa. r!

!rue.I&IPttIuns appetrtd olTcriag ..rcwart's fur :rife! I We bars the aroadas sin rrpoit of thai ns*. &L Aufuatfec, FJcrWa. :' .. to tdnrdsnaeat. la _dart coteaa.

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rrltksppsNt taaaewa J LA 1 .'S a seaf the oipcainy parties. Nearly all the 1 yatroo* of tyr hoses that bare kosed a. sad&at >LY.R -

lit afahft liiirhwftttaf New at. eAeen of tin Jiiatrscd array were at Qucre- k wig hereafter be coodvctod by WT1 *.vJSl.,..of A t .
ndraeaf bit.Ills YetaCraaoa' Ac tare aM Ie b hared it hard to obtain subs 1 I HEMINGWAY. Eaq,who koo far awrf won ..kaww* tkat peAfis aoJaoi .. '
ecaeet d.itb the Me thus s..riI al 1M N oetk, M ball
i" lei ssrleaoe. I Ii I .....1...Load Oao la tin .
iwawM taot oafl the i siaewiaf psaiy. r. IItLU.& .ell the litfe teL,'i The fafl&ary force at Qucrctaro coastal of rrmnIt from the Aaxikaa Hotel ia New Yeefc at fee period noreiaoAor BMoJfiae

ntke HoeaeJioTMl wyA by i wa fists frith MM area mid six pisses -rte about 1000 cavalry and infantry, with *ix pk-cc ao Beti.etat aauo..Io..ullia.kt will keep aa cseeBeM hoses,sad Land bslot at, &T. AUevnl _,

i.osrNea:' Mrs A dcspaiui of 8aaa Aaav. ,UK 1Iaer of artfllenr from Gud.ihjir.t, under the corns''I rtcomsaead the hoses to : .i std hepubbe. oa MoooUr'lao otvoatfc d/ of FsWttf
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will sad Baa Texl could effect kki- 1IIaPIML mead of Gea. Ikredia.TW 01' 1M ,..kale wiiMi*
.they to Aafwaae l !, setter apIMt e. THOMAS HOWN. .
.'-1. Gowop Write to the Edter to be (;'m. Sate had ton ifiiKisnfcid Qumau of I Star asaored by a Mexican that the -- .. sad pasta. .of.lowaolijc.ris .

1., the city of Meftfco. Gea fryi aMii it. abet to cathedral of Guadalajara had been sacked CITY ReTu
Bay to bin to say tk fill word, tAe NJf n. swtdrut tJI -.wt.t swsI .
r-nim to Ike Jailed Beat**. (lea. flh las, i by ts* party opposing th" church. The Bur TaJ.Ie.. Ylari'.. I. ,-
.. Phil Kearney, Capt Davit Ueet. Kjger tlitnrs there.is soraethtnr iroportant and "deep D* the aaaafcaeBt of this Hotel the I .
J, rrt twist -.e ekopTOX of this appeal So, and other oftoers will accompajrr him. rooted" tatfii* .dentfaed wiB at hit beat aertooe to .,towaoKip",-.d. exevpt twenty of or raf tioao so.llutty-oa*

pews and WltLts,row will hare. the gooi The health of the army its fat fresn beIng Th Biar of the 16th trays the assorsteation of ki* He aaka the nmkkc for their .la.._.thirty mod thirty..,) sad Neal fitly.

., k ba TOW jjipc and smoke U. good. The climate of tae Talkr of Mexico is American soldiers by th, Mexicans had spin !roMfeWILLIAM November let 1847. HD OWA Y. .ioa.., two three fort, In. ..
'. l net u it appear*, congenial toe eaantfe&ioe ooraraeaced. ScrrraT Suhlifle, of the fUrics jhr. nine. 10. oloveo. & taft..

At 5tfwomal ArpnM c
from of the l Killed the .. BAy.ibl of tbirtx if bl.
southern as that of Vcra Cruz to the northern Infantry regiments was o TTJOTICC IS HEREBY GIVEN raDe'
-l.flowingletter and the note appended coBtitution The effective force of the entire i mme rJ ht and it was reputed :oat br,, .,:thcr L w tJ in th* E "e of Join S.1Gtt iar,d 'fiAy iv..bI)7.tisevapteeri..on.; .)
deount
.IBplain thcmselvcu. They give a killni.Gens. even. (u spt..eiiu.a iwtao tin, teary
it reduced were .
tea fifteen ct.
armr or that I will and
per present air .trceoantt ouches as .
of the death and services of a The city of Mexico wan filled with rumors ofpeaee. Rincon and Bravo t-iva U en t Winced min"",.:J aul E tat".Mare the Coca of ,,-'bitt'w.cv0a. rwrai. ifbi' sweaty.aia.. tbaty.
ibree.
'II- officers It was sai
TACUUTAMEXJco StrT.12,1847. Queretaro,and that the majority decided in favor : pri..n n* :!' .n! *rownn ,_: Before this can reach you, you of an amicable adjustment of diflicnltH*. Thrns have then n revolurkxi in Ga :anr*. Free that la tt non!"*iftrr due will apply for .. ,. ,.and lw..'-?'. to C.
tiMb{romthe public prints that our dear Major Gaines Capt Cassfu JL Clay. CarL Mr. Krrs ill thinks G imcz Faiiu w a u.(1-'. tt' cf iL'rL>'**front I" ..linmt!tratk>o of aid and frs..rwet towaoJUf kt7via, C-

irk tIfL Eo K.' jiith, has found a soldier'sYonly Heady Major Borland CarL Danley arid MMaMpmfia tnctctf itWe \RGARET C HASLAM.Adaax.NVr. "...r.fl t o soj .u.) .. 1 1 Milis

remains for mo to give you the Roger com home,and w ar happy h-iv.' hrown tae above item t*"-:!,l\* : 4toeumxMt 15, It47. Cm. roftf fort>.. .
rfte fast hour:. The illness of IJert tf add ear associate Mr. KendalL bat;end without nn i pp. tt. 'rown.hip tfHy.fir. oa.'diaega,8e1"
As.y.ed tba or.CapL {''ltcrr ce, Butler lard, -.. forty ono..
y-nA lr.Bankhrftd the British 3nni ,arrived nt to arrange or revise them. In our next ,..; *<
E.K.Smith Inf. (For this Mjrkrt-Dirrct from New York.) Uffieoat X\VNAN3VLLtJ oo..
(5th )
upon Vera Cruz on the 30th ult. nnd was n-cetml ACOX Perk. FTonr. Cnckera the first .i Fsbew.
to the attack on the enemya linesrdi1yM B> Soar, a Mosd.y( twomy dy
the foot of ChaPulicPee nt with rnilii-irr Iionnr we LOIN more con. 14ent. Z R op*.Cr ,.Tobacco,Cotf e, Rice. Cons n. ., the djepvMl of p.bile Uod whin a.
at
f, Lieut E. to. D1nicl1'e the Artillery ha SOY.I3. B. E. CARR. adoo.d towmLipj aDd pant pf "'Jllbi ..
.calle 8th int. The conflict WILt the died Irvin /W 1''iiWl.i"M' .,.. 5.
of hit ",un.l.. --
'J and obstinately contested, of the It If mid and we believe truly, that Captain nutur (>>i'Ct Don's CA cThc putl.cha\c 'IJIle. rofatneft, CabhageM.is tit&,. /I'M and tnt* 'flktpriKcifitltwsntyoiM fitsridiaa.
from Palo Alto down' Our arm 1Jrd'in nrtair noticed with wane yurprl the cnmlicunx u,- Fur OnJer At '
Walker, of the Rifles.wa the at ( Retail
riJ.-r.pbelOm',I the fenrt'ul)odd of perhaps five Huonnntla. Cnnt W. If fl the catwo.of rainS
arahs to err: but-ut w lint a Brice was the bat- in command oft three cnmpnnic in advancr.ii pa pen* in r-Htion. to thU ca.'e hive our- J| O 1 B.ml Choice Craabemet, r

The IU cf i'allcn unl.ractij mcof Gen. Lane' train. Nine mile*miih*4" I'ud.ln -1-C3 reprinted t.'n. didcrcnt statements 25 s.rr-U Aowrted Potatoes, I tipe '..Ol.on., (ex"pt ,ii ai, oo.,

lilt I di inwR names among the band of hccoim he met 900 Mexicans, mid to be under the im troin two of the princijil .New York capers, 50 Head, C bbc". .ft urt.a tweoijr-Uuro.iwtai2'AMir,
thai ised thin ormy. Copt. E. K. mediate command cf Santa Anna. In charge rx knowing which WUK right and which was Dried Fraiu RAJMIM CoaHevtionary.See. fife.) and tw." ).two village iw.nijr.
II IIii W bit iiattalion with a gallantry that W. received lance wound wrong. The dimcul'Jcs have doubtless arisen I I I' I folieit a eootiaoaace of the liberal pntrooaf bip t'oaiy iwo aiMltwffoty.tbiM wf tu.e
: 'ndmiration of the whole arm}'. ing, Cnpt a entirely from the exclusion of from the louse !slot, bestowed apoa the late Arm of B. E. CAM St '
c.-utb( through the body, and also lost a Icjj by a cannon of reporters t I:[ 18. B. E. CARR. tw.alp.lwosud l...iy.three.f rani.I .
I tIeD hits head at the moment victory; a nhot Ills personal antagonist in the Bkhop, which sat with closed doors leaving I I I .

H1 truck him under the left eye and charge and who lanced him, was a celebrated the press to uncertain and erroneous sour rill r t 'II ILl/ ) j Laud Office, TALL.M1.ddFE. CMS.
I had him removed of information. t
the left car. ccs
.out tt guerrilla chief; it is raid he had sworn vengeance 11 Jlondny, the Mveuili day of FebttMry
" leaf oatrtcrs at Tacubaya, about a mile from against Ce pt.W. But he too,fell in the We arc now happy to hive it in our power MOFFAT'8VEIETAILE .Ui'ponl of tho paUiC .. wrthi tho
fc 0ot where he fell. I had his wounds dress- conflict and by Walker's hands receiving two to prtNcnt n statement of hers in regard to the LIFE PILLS ." 11I..041 pair'vi towaah/p.,
-ntI'1. possible care bestowed on him, I. balls from his revolver. action of the Hou
1. is ni;be lingered until four o'clock yeas I Capt Loyall, and eighteen men of his com dunk ca. which will drsabuae the public mind At1DPHcN1X tit 94 M lint ond West o/ lAs vrfncioajI

afternoon *hen his immortal spirit took of mounted Georgians, and from six to of error, and prevent injustice to individuals BITTERS ..

.pt and we consigned hi* mortal remains J ten pany of the rifles, are also known to have been The report of the committee of five bishops Tin...w..ells> ... 'v- I .. township tea, aott sort of Forbea't ,
rarth tfcjs morning,whilstm.tn)cannons (which was stronzly I adverse to the suspendedprelate's ii.r.rr law ah.bw a.their Mrerrll..iaey} i.aS ..oe.
V killed in the of A .
t charge CapLalktt. man Idafl AaaaaaaW V aWala W p..b.s asi a aM Li, vaaaaaaaawil sa siat of Forboa'a
j car Ii:.* in front of the city nnd of Chap named Raborg, of Baltimore interpreter for memorial sea adopted by a vote of .iris d.nt..u ....a.arr,hi wnliip on northeast
well as from the cncr)'" batteries sixteen to rir-one bishop not voting,and two rSo. TWy are hen {y their hill r tWIr *.4SX10CS "two.
p- Capt Walker lost a leg from a discharre of I stela .. 55.7.w 17 die aira.1tlr j aMrtiuoe three (wit. nino. tea fuotiooo
. a ,i iuiir.i his requiem. He remained in acc artillery. Col Wynkoop writes that the Mexicans being abnait The vote stood thus: I i .ij in m farmer Indua ree.rve, and ctian.

1 ,. nVtbility till the afternoon of the were slaughtered after this like sheep. 4r'-The Pmoding Bishop, Bishops Browncll sswrit 'Wr_'Wr- eo sasauarniaarrrara t*enij*.i itU, thir j.l*-,and thln-

rt t ,.1z..lllM recognised me toying"mY dear Torres, the editor of the Monitor Rcpublica- 3 arcade HopLfas Mcflvsine, Otey, McCroskey,'.I ,actin sad c.ao.\1C ltNWti ATnx4rsC7m t pv. towurbiutwo.woBtof t'otbe.',
it f ka tc never recovered the possession of no, was cowhide for aspersing the characterof Polk Elliott Lye, Johnmns Eattburn, liens _"M. sta00ta..t IDN"n.I twWMBtp three, west**( UM ApeJachkoUf

,. fields,and his mind dwelt upon the last a lady. shaw, Cohbs I hawks and Freeman. I I ir la rr.rs./.twt.soe.I'rvA3,wsw a raps..CCIIIJ'LADIft.-,reel,tire,5V I "|. eilba. J
ar of bi< activitv. He saidto me, tried A due was fought near Vera Cruz outride Aatr Bishops ire Doane Kemper, DeLan- stir ts-.iella. 1.4 ..w inwu.hipa three (eieept Uw aoutkw Mt

I' i*, I trial tod* tr, I hf to ;Holt a-krad but the Gate of Mercy, on the 1st {mat bctwcerf cer, Gadndrn, and \VhXttinjhara.Bihop --. -ei.r.wr-ew sMr.s.r M.ttN..Lcs I MCI'MII dun,* a..1MJ**Iraciiuaval town
QIOUC V 1-- ssL.u of .1 Lake. act.-
liHcdm2n The noble I fallow did Chaw of Jcw declined CnipiIa (elc.p'
fchne< Hampshire,
: nnd White with muskets
f Cl Warrington COiI1"J'nN..COLD8. cououa tNULJC fix ..Nt of ...
l Y'z y.Lo1h s.hr.td,ad merific d his life to his i at hixty pace At the find fire Capt Warring. voting, and Bishop Smith and Bishop Potter corrawt.rnwt v..55._r.. MCtmitetwinl.Mesa tliirty4iuet Mwo. tweut.J terg.-ikrao and
f 9t4r r, in on exhibition of daring cour- ton received ball the of were not prrwnt So far is it from being true CraUPT .17.C." DOPSIZ1 } ) twwwf
a through fleshy pan no tbo rush Laud in IUWIMUJJ*
d occasion. that t*clvc voted for his rvszororibfi that >._ .4.A. 1Ie..aw..i.
nd pliant" on bishops ,
t } unsuqiass any both leg below the knee.A err.,west rtw.i..u t..etla.e nt-aii.
. 'clayed ut5U.iwl l tfrllantry before the teteta&tChurulifeco duel was fought about the 34th ult. between the qurMtion of his restoration was not rtm UKW i CPtJo d W urrnru.aa ,uru.u. Mction* tkirty-*, ikjrtj-two. thirty

1 ;, .n the great battle of Capt Porter of the rifle, and Capt. Archer rrf not one bishop so far a* it a appear being ,-vioa tae...load in io.n4up.....

,. I WM I tbciOih of Au ruJt.where he rallied of the,"Olti '. At the neo md fire Capt. in favor of that mrsuurr. It was moved in .VZT=1 rr..lieL A aa4 AGeL.eNe.::.bow a ...ewa. aid .e>ction "if ui.niM,iw",,,......

S I' Battalion under a dtttidful fire at a criti-! Archer was shot in the abdomen severe but neither house ._. OvaL=t.. eelbw r e ,twantjrfive, iw.Mtj aia, t.entoafea)
*uncnt; and where his conduct was the not a dangerous wound. Nor is it true,that.the General Convention ha raw d tY et.eals .Iw Iv..II pi 1 -..... shit UMM laud tu Wwadap tw.,
TaT nt&t. tc SATunxa. urn aaccnaoxAX. ._ .'R.'
of tanivtrsal odn iration. But though Lieut Kliackclford of the 2d Artillery, bandied sctdcdthattteDkiccMUnnfittcaaC&c. Thatpoint '0"""... s' CDNPLLYIOM teH" three on tho main land. (ei.
.IIIap
.mpomdtoa most deadly fire he was more wf W. wouutl. *- visas, in no sha,, presented to the hnnwe ..... BBBZZ.ZTT. .sue, .',.ii. Mtvan .i Ulv.u..d iweu.
aar.tL.a M>Mvb.oW* 'csca 1nf un. As far back us the 14th ult. Gens.Pillow and of bbhop; and in the bon*a of clerical and lay oovr. 0s oorasji ruts rat.mtADca deers Dr tLwij..,. *
**M. onrxao nr L cvrxjxMjrotr JUTIUJUrasx range
a CarL E.K.Smith and earned, the voice Shields wens able to be nbut t. deputies no vote was taking to that purpov, J'CU ixoon. JJCMUCJ Lori d 'J'I. the tteire oW nut of the priaciprnlallr.IrnA.

J army had accorded,ark the Government The political ititrllteri.n* !It- this arrival i. thus huuws fusing r.'tudr\clars'. by laying upon TTTJ .

1 t t:ttcr.:f-mxl upon him, if he had lived, vague and uu-..tuwaC'tur), th sigh a. yd wt the table a moron to thaterrl".t.Thil z.zram OSMFZ.AZITTI.jnear y&f. townahip sight and alas went of the

"r-nni .Major for the 20th of August nnd have nut had jan to read u tithe ut* oar kttcraurlJa Ktatement of lacM may be rtlHl upon, J.M'ao.r.. ua..sac"aIAL DI8SA8S..wr. rwi ,.".. fourteen.tor r
h (oL for the 8th of Sept., but alas! these being mode on the authority cf one of the bishop ,s air.sitleb a1 ts.aM S d Mew. As Ate / and out i f the Jmc" ,

l ft Ann are buried in bin untimely grave.I 1'hc" Lconida*" letter mode a great stir in who took part in the proceeding, and .rab..r.t ins...- -. ranic"". ,..- .,

dIe remain dec. the army. We shall give ample details aboutit. whose letter oa the subject lies before in. CaMPLLJYls swrirs.. ell xoxroai. ouorrr.arrZCrrorraPILRTartt7N wxxrucsoaxujvrc twelve l .llurle.a.tvu,"..,,...t".

._ V M.LS" r snits CIOLpR twu.tweatyibie.twruiyroutt.
Otis of the above duel grew out of it. -- -- ------ -
- Satt-capt. E. K. Smith wits with his iItfantrv The American Star avs that the Americanshave MARINE JOURNAL. P 11.U e 'nil e.id.al.d tkw .ire ais.tw.ntjv,tw,..atjrikt..i,
.. k ...der n.fila,eti..e be._.. Lilt >twuqunytbre., tbttt -r
s. ( )when Gen.Taylor M as first tt.it' )
entered Orizaba. lhcir force was about Ha .:1' S AW4D .t r. li.ater. ., Ol
Mfaa to C&rufi and marched with I ihirtf xis, II* lUMIwblp O" rags
Corpus
400-we principally mounted men- AB9 to dja h.4..i1.bask i.le.l jMaj MRRKUMATiaM. e.ew
suppose MCwaA two
tw.atybvs
10 the Rio Grande and was io the IS & .o. R.. JtcknnLe.. LomUr. TW. w.a rrss.ile OHM,suit ..
No opposition was made to them. Many merchants Baikf .
I
. awa.a*n..W nfaf ky tto LA MMid.1.J Jof '.n. twent-eijht. ttl-4brce
rT7- battles of Palo Alto and Jietaca del went in with them. -- -- ava. BLOOD .. *. HKA0 8Caa.r. -'.. an" thinjix,and twwu.biu tw. .
l .bcre he distinguished himself In an Gen. Patterson's command has not left Vera NEW GOOlKt-ItCDrCCD PRICES. auirurzcne arziuws 1 '

A'1, \ degree. Sic rx.'n prevented his pre- Cruz. It will be composed of at least poomc.n. Groceries, .hardware Crockery mad scaoroLA. XXV.'I .TIL, lairomu tU to* lint sad rat / the pri ."o"l'i!

e-- k die ttttje of Monterey. lie was not The Texan Ranger go up with him. M..elf-G. I t I .r..aar.t..; i ULOSRLdwsw'Mt.aR. 1. dal .aw erwnltr ee.1.d M MefId/0N. '.' '.
hltale d E CA LL the .n tiooci<&Trade,Prime
Buena Vista his rthof"Foibea'C
a Regiment Assistant Surgeon Trcdwell died U1era W rare. .tril i twa r..Wr tle..1. lewnahip UDe. a. .
-pmiou&1y ordered with the main are fcnuur*, sad others to UW rtry large eopplyd .w tte.lr..l.ar.w. a.it will M errrsaTN ix i
. ; Cruz on the 24th ult of the vooufo.A ,,+
rhoMme..' TftCna-at the capture of which he court martial was in session at Vera Cruz dirchugr4 prvtnaew Scbooecr ankk MMflf Vta4ka.kept by w,sow being un ill rum BITTMSPORIFT towiH-Lip one. iKinh. of"Furttca*Gf* A, f.'
p raf ancI shared in the conflicts that per e'.n __ \ 1.
., .place and ita famod Castle of San on the 28th for the trial of Capt.John IL Kinr.filit&r1.SIore They have bera rlcctcJ wish great cite,sad pst TIE BLOOD, teas two .".a, twelve, thtrtorg. ,,:

:' keeper. churd wish the KrkuC rcoocxaj,which ciublcs M to Aid Ua.rtBovt all diaeaao r roe the tjatem. .....nij-iu. Cf''I-ch. .IW.'
.., -Itrimcnt.In CODteque ol being order. Gen. Marshall ts ill at Vera Cruz and will redact UM price rvnblf to the ticx A irW wa alM* rs LIFE Pill .84 ..twe.".a/a. twenty.....and tho JeIIIIi..t.! .
r rid h to march uponAfvarado. not be able to go up with Gen. Patterson. He We rtfrr to cur Infra sdmtttrscata. aa l emu Gordo in time to share will wait till Gen.Butler's division arrives. Iwo &Ut"Jla cl aM Trade a e4hrn. I N I IbM tM .eiatl".f.wq pei..S.h *erTe. ih! ..a.rroldlU of ftn
lrriWe conflict but having joined the I Lieut Steen of the South Carolina Regiment We wig roe ne to fire the lime scroraaod iioQ iww st r1a..a.i...sees pa q I.eNr ....,wid..CIM.IM thin'.uot,Uiirty-it..M\d '
.+iortly after he continued with it, and Capt. Huddlesoo of the,14th Infantry arc sad Gdlisia! u done by oar UK firm
f'r I IpIw ia aU its bloody conflicts up to dead; the former of his wounds and the latter At Co. B. E. CARR. e.".eli.1.Mk..r.triq...a..Wan etr..e r.,a..., -,.tw''' vu,.tw.iity-6v..lw.i4y.. .
.killed at the head of hb column of a bowel complaint Nor, 16. 1W7._ 0.'aW w+. .w.t..4 tM err as eeyld z five and tbte0... township two; aiM| .
.:t' .uwck GO Mol lo dd sty's There several shocks of -- r aid i... Yase area .,. ,, two. Sinn. ""..("Ia auu lw.l... IM
were an earthquake .
l.liaew..r.d .
Flenr Btickwfeeat Cracker .aO rise d.pea..s r..i of ian .
rrtrFJ a thorough and accompliiAcd the of Mexico the mornin of Al .siesta. three eignt.
at city on tn; tsar pier.
.ix ia sii
Cboke ,
BARRELS ramifllow. and towoabip
.. tliiity-ivo wiriy
.
sa/ II
a,
Cap Smith those Hies.a';.1. pea
poMcsscd the Sih. lip
1Iir' tats tl of October and again at midnight on O 50 BUuoon do. Jo. Yet ttiy..r .a.1 w.r.eatit..att.pr.d.r .. ..
., character which render ant They do not appear to have been very severe 40 Cal do. do. Mil by tow whip three, ww".r" Choctawau
-Male_ in private life and com1896 as no damage was done in the city with the exception 45 Half BtmU float .. I LIAJi M.serest ..JPI'AIJP. of r.ng-Mxuen. .

It1 .. ; rd ;among the.e generosity of cracking a few walls. 2S..dace.dbeaa. .w..t.1 1rseq A.rt N.T el. iwetHy-rour,iwnul.five. ,rweulv-flts thrr-
. lit IIIJ of conduct were We regret to learn from the Staff that Col Ass ittcd Crackers,Stoarf S",&c. I INOT. I Far Me thiny. .. in towo.uip thr o. of r.ngo .
+r : a lduate of th W.Poi aitime Roberts of the 3d Pennsylvania rejruneat of 11. B. E. CAJtL j I B. E. CARR.

..1n Mai w In ,and had ever volunteers, died at the capital on the 3d of Oc ;,three,of tangs thirty.
. 1 ,where he had acquired tober. Tea C.tfte C! :I ate, 8 icet. NEW AND FASHIONABLE approprutod (+j law ,.r the all of ecboole, ,
"J ; t WctimWWy and rAt Rodsosd rriees Wefl Selected) C d outer putpo ti1I reputation, Lieut Joseph D. Bacon of the 6th Infantry, I Fall.. Wlater .. .
eo 'totheteeaeofState died the 19th ult of wounds received the ", Y ehoic*. Rio CoaW.
.rise on at OLallY., Cabs do. GE9KGE BIJRTn.8 cri..of the had will bo coaaMoeed on ,
of tie
a. t a of Coonecof battle of Churubusco. "and prootd tho MMM ordor ill
J.ft..
wtfltl a.r.wde! TW .DAY naiad direct frow
t Ire 1108. JOL I. .kh 01'r Dr. William Robert of the Medical 8UC; I adveru-rd. with all .enionl die.
lo rml Mocha do.Bbck 8ch,. Vaadalia a very ...: ? are e4W
,"I the I OIL&pIaraja sad attached to the 6th infantry u Surjreoo. M CaucoUtr, oipUto aMsTf per l of Siaplo Yeq.eeI MlieePoo ill wool ball bane bees oBTerod and]dM ,

.. ti, prahiinfK csttiea of died on the Irfth ult.of a wound received at the Spud Oboe. ste, Swat Sock CbocoUM, Baker's c* .Good adapted to the prtotat and cootaf ck o. Uot no sits shall I be kept opoei '
. 4 kIkrfesnsed a rtaUJniniishnde XIRI',Mills. c. too. 'ha r.a..itac.oojnoaoa pot sf ih.diE+ two wcok.aid 114.pwf sorry of aoy >y.
I'i '
avM Great Capt.C. T. Hutllesonof the 14lh Infantry, If or. if B. E. CARJLFlerMa eat vanniee ti=t A* ."pat aaeorUMnt of will ke aJ aimed until fffor tfta aafirv

: died at Mexico oa the llth ult of diarrbd--' dew feods and tneaoiine.. Brand Clock Ca... two wo k*
tit a.t.d.ea-IJ. He was ia bad health(rom the time he left Vera Lat> 4 aln.WILL seed Vootioff ffroat vorietV aod. aaoerb o.,i nnder .T band at tbo City of W. .

.1 I&.ltz will reward the CTUE. W.&tWfar-,at Aacd the JU K..'.. JeanOtFreochaMl Cailiok. ."II.&J day of Uctwber. Asia Doeatai

I b. ayUrafl aoWe spiritofarcaooasbte .Pianos of the -Y ark Regfaaeatof provisioaCoek Volunteers died the 10th tdt of wounds re- Bests Cowirj. CMC Florida several tncta U had laTowaokip ri* oa 91. Range 18,std ia TOWIIIIIaip 94,Rye C1"be of e.err onalk/! I.,..araertiiMiot *T wa. ) M. YOUNG
taeired ia storming Chapultepec., ... tAU ..
SI. I and CcMred Fkioel*a/rane.q..Utie .BI-dt e/LA.4taersl Of.
: ;". Sesor Roma.tke lEezinn 6ecrcteryof Stale OB the h df cf Ftbnurf at the Cost Howe( C.lo red 9.lh.. Aa> ties.. rA.li.h| and FI '
,,. It A Jobs paper, IBM under the Instruction of Pe J Pcma ad.'ased Manoa Covotr.godly tracts ia print and Gi.r> nM i. tilt ?a i.'. Bo. TO PRE-EMPTIO.N CUAMANTS.

.. ._. ; who %wed q ao.Cea Basta L Anna a ace from Toiuca order- TOW'1aII.ip 13, Range 20. : Alpaca. )l. inde Lm alverr U>. pnnaet :. eotitlrd to tie right of pra-vtnptxtn
. : IIIe We .thin 10 preiii tho comroaBd of the army 13. 81. I Cviten anJ u... Camhrie Hn Hiardiif mf .w ,I wiikia tho Knits of tho
M to. con&mill ha conduct ia the late bai- varkrr. U... aod Cotton Or.llift.nd .. towsabiP'tad
ay .tIIple,ew kid 14, SI. White .hipo above ....'.tpd, ia reqnued to
1Ir ties shall have been Br.+n and Wbito Ito. aod C.
Geefje Investigated by a military 14, and Do_! c.. ... .'1M S4tMKaeti of too riegMti-r
qtrItA. t by brit'may.tie ple of Ha1. council or court martial. T nOMnJa aeb-sbe UUac! k three Cao htie BaraUpe Nan 8.,"sg.Tiepins. PUd ac a of tho proper Land Office, and inako J

likewise ostnnlslnt to The officers of the Mexican array who had I'q'U aanul ivukamc with laurtat ia advaae.rOr and Pdalo*.a f. :.iBc tav a m of foe anti ,".*iT< therefor.procaVeUc ftertttimg few .

.t. A&nkaL Oa oae ODe to Queretaro and Toluca were booted it .if sty patbsat.a.o.s.I prvi to pay ell cui&fill I.f'n9t! Silk ami Wonted H.r.*.. bea vifsl befits tko day app Mal.d lor' tbs roui- .
> sates three or few bb- u said, by the population, both mea aDd women p.cent vi3 be JedocteJ from the cirdn ia.ukMst $lk in{andTabb.V.Iv.t. Woolen and romnvNi of tho public isle of tuo Unde.rotbraeJeif '

W wk. theme to Hslaoygr >< ,and scarcely dared to appear ia the streets I Lfau J& -rticmlaf tracts oa br U4 by apoljia C.aa j ''-./.T.b14 Li.o.ToiUt and Table Co.er.Cr .a otherwiao tads.elates: will M foes .,
W 3lanaa
r tlpsorndsali for fear of being hot I. to say of the pmtmmm ia Sesi s. or Lioen.Laa y ralo* B>.ck and ColAdred' CMDO RICHARD M. YOUNfi .
i) have bees CI The guerrillas arc on the road between Quo- 17; or dVj wd be'fenUwd tf tidied U by Iruer Lace t .'..Sid a..rtna4at of.overv .ril'Y." C.eJ 14 a..I fast.tiIM.ii& '. ':
l Ta StAn Rwum -
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"Ie Ii Sir ;aw retaro and the capital and and plundering roar Ante sdditw'e.+ to- end C.rt..s &Ii..C" I..ni.c. and Looaa( .I
traveller they meet. I, TsulaLau,FL .nu.JOliN moo and ettra ..Uo ii Caeabrie of beano( .... L : .
1-elb Mt.t ranle.- every BCARD.R Wterof P. BeLaaJ .
Y. the slug. compute aMnrtaeatur Gs. Tbs .ar "sroe'.. ... 'I.
A letter dated the 12th ult, rccdvrd at 9aiUl .
of Florxl
"UIa .-. for ta Site .. : tn.. :
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capital from Queretaro Pena Pea had II..etc e<*n ntiaf 01 |T.rj vaiittj of oletir \.r vY/7.. '
says y "
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t TaI1a &. Nor 8.1S47. tll4Mi. varie'.r of superior and eoe8K4 .. ..'. ...
r Jwt| arrived,. in company with a few deputies, tT The feflowiai ptpen. wffl pkwe paSt.h the I geilitia an b and U..wtc.iet.T..s.nT'> +utaia 'rrt A .; ,> '-.'
ivrki hardcaod bytecratitude: Ay. It wag thought ways the Star endeavors StAn .. tit >-Tbe Florida Uresld N. .r eve)vriet,. "1 Lf't/s...ieIIIr ,
It II an'eeeaaiein Al.. SM s eorta ..&of taMe(aobiooabU B .1t.MMSN1iMt KMd,
frelet.e worid be tsde o t ones to ergaaiM a Covens at Jftckioenfir, the ArfM, Ocsb,baits tLxfdbfrm .la of.......i&1. a very lars s aaswrteaojat s iM1.. IIA- 'Jig laaSietisy 'a.rrw.lrr
vMek weuLa .le the ofst aM Qianr Merour sad Carat WI. lit'
_et, quertleo peaea' Crvrfka. Mi rndisMMao4-.BoTeHaios i d Cafe "f ifce .Ifvosjkf .. M esM
.r--t.1 J b t.i.. WIII". Y a d.Co.6esascould'&asestsMed tkeTUWffc 8uadrd sad RqWr.ii tU CotaabojJOKX erot etrla sad of...11..5. a.f B **sk ..M ., norsaonoaff reoMta.
rnls '
ltlttlritbM 1M Ant sm-sahan- wMeh treaM besirup Wesel. slut 1. ellMCI.a4 ..r. N'd" M. J. TUUMAtf.
1M/w; '; W Wawal sl aarffe W fl VamV k ptesiis.e,- *JLjWaa**t BaSTM a "'I BCARO Rfffrttr.ToBsataset ice. siao titslr aid prfco. An ..... aoieiajjo < J. JSn.
r spoken of as Ac ctndiiklo f c/ the Purw* Nov. r. 1617. W& fteioo g Ub s. INiB-ee, *oekd aW r aHoe''

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S tI %_ sate !. tkMCoNsrrrUIION Notice to A 1CA13t$ u e tie, .. ,"

\ II)' I.e cuiclciit el the UnitedSUte virtae Slter1"of a srrit or.l-I. Sale.ft /atiu.,.td from ,1A Ersoroata '4eieetlt r ,!alts el's

"t-k *. eosV .o{ Ne..CUftua/.l / | coon .0.11. W I've ei et the d ee of ..
of ajo ea PQU..r
Ciretot af Fk .iaf 7of
Itmsn >
pis IawM,1utJeA.NE1B afthtttf.of s. *.elrar.f Claimt.tsabere mhs8t .i41ti1 tMi
TOTSlt'ACtltla6
'idetN .,W te.ewdtosisod.v 61.* : AssKl. *VJXCTAm Matt IagM1A Iik >i.rv
.wwys : t ? o and ntwtae4 by tlMswttt
k. la
ia d"'T& or .'8tattef Florida, 1 win etpoea; ,V alo 'P& E 1: L"ULU nat1E.T ; It+ida,sitd IMI the period o(' one .as' s1.wM the
Mtt.t
Lead oe An.gullio the &su .sae r ,
.
0 M L f
io the City At 'be .ytnat
v
Mean af tie Coact H ,. ,towia ha been to.m..nd, end the otleo
sbleatent' panwtet g.srler.
hereal rn that all.
Ibe find the third taW".au. iaN th t.et
FLpRIDa
ID J". Cavity. oa Monday to uti" r. .. fiat 1t4.e.
,+At+' Dd :t oeof IT. AUGUR TIN& COlDel of ,May St.Hext. between the boon rf tea toil two rta* I .K0nrM .the ee wafh day !if Februari day therefore wboeeiSIIkiMPPnte'err to -" x of thoeeTowuehtpe' art req.estel th le eel
DIeDe; and Ut N parcel r. Ski. / *
of that day, an that certain house -ierc reel VU444 u ct .oa "
I wihintbiaadWtiotied before tae raid
aMtprth lands Dad da,on or date* tatufactory proof
.r, r di *. public ofkad .itnle.lJi., nod being in the cay of dt,Au fmtA u Waiver U-ftt AafaJno pretttMt M
1 ; towwUfel and parts of towoahipe, nine and bounded u fellows, ..'..-011 the .r.c f Ill, I '8. st.ud..l'f 1M ScMU l1 I tXDoal* of aiw above naaatJoBod.Soch t :
Ii t'I f f a. 'KeriabvlbeEpiecopa! Church lot-On tk- West *).&>*,,.. ff-, (sitar SIal.-1 !HetWa? a* Gmtrat peWea aailf ha the Appttaaat'a owe affidavit,corroborated br the teetttaoaylars'M of iwe err
'Soot (tAt t1i ,tat il tall oJ trhe ipaIa Geoff fittest- >a the 8o rra bt Art tift' Facet I _hl.tfll14.. hat the first elates ol UM J eoaaaeaiat, wrtaeaee*f whkh proof should aisle all the aankalara aa to the Nfhlteet
I A by Kootioa which U i* made.Unle 2
oattJoalar quarter oo ,
e Jid Taken i. .iec Uon at the tf lIit.rVII.alll Ilickmaa .lUll art r..f 1M tlatfO't i NO *o emended atOM designation of.tlM r
I tiooal' township 'twenty.of range thirtyone.tuVina : against the **othern Life la!uran1. and Trust f..a.c: .t-- a,0ie |. perveiv of the *% tho 'afoofraBirtd ia diei foregoing idled oo or before tbe date* specified,tao A

w fiftyix, (except aectiwus adz. w... Company anti will fcd t.) tM w rt I "..". "r KA ". ''h.. 1 ee..,.. .*d who IuD foil all rl bt wo and alas to bind under their Permit. e

c.' 'ttfU,wneleeo, thirty and thlrty-one,) and fifty the .aid Southern Citk lc-rafx...l 'Tru-i .'.apany > .." cis 1Mb...j aomial'bseto ate oft ot or. w t e
i or e"ttud sections one, two, three, four five, six. -Propenv pointed oat HJ for p'aii.ntrai ..iM.gamin. 4 i$4it,aole M Florida, for one you I a.Dp. meat mu.t be Mad,s.d tine M
J seven, eight, nine, ten eleven fifteen aevtfitetn. a*" '* 4r-ctioa at which be may stilt UVtot .T..wP. .ectiow'
; \ rigtiteen i nineteen twenty twenty-one, and tweaty- JOSEPHS. 8ANCII CZ Sheif. % 11U *t och time sod for six raoatfc .
r awn, in townthin fifty-eight or range thlrtjeigbt.Townships Mirth lhl847.OT j.I i. h .' ne.Jto' nerd time have bad bit hah* Fatty wit 0. TIUnJ' eight 7th Ucxoba 1114
: finy five fifty-sit,(except aeeu"u oue,]) Tie above sale ti postponed aniU the first Mea tan .%' name and place( permanent aboda Fitl: seven j. e Thirty eight 7th Oetobw Jd47 '

t and fifty.seven,(except section* twentyfiye, twenty.fix. day ia Jtiy: next in to r."i 0 ia which be may offer to von.iMW bdeemf ran eight Thirty eight 7th October 1847' ,
:1r twentyeven. ,- .twenty-nine, thirty fa The above ale ie poetpoood until aIM drat Monday Mlihed voter at all election and- aha Finj five Thirty nine 7th October $47
t thirtf-one, tbirtv.lwo,thirty three, tbinyfoor, iLiny- tn August oext.fcr CobontaiMM|. and OHM other,except m election by Filly six I Thirty aiDe 7th Oetobsr'J847Fifty

i live and thirty.atx.) of range tbirtynine The above ale n ember postponed aatilthe) general tick .tin the Stale or Distncl prescribed bylaw seven Thirty sloe 7th October 1847 .t ',
t ,! Section one, two, three, four five, si. twelve, first Monday ia October DilL isj *MCA r.*e* the elector most have ban a cur Fifty five FOIl,. 7th October 1841'
thirteen, twenty-four, and tw.ntv Cve, in township OT Tie I bon sale I postponed to th a fintMoodaj deal of the State one vear next preceding the ele* Fatty sit Forty 7th Octoberl847Vitt
lift,.five, and frsdionul tnwaabip fift/six. (except in November next.O" ties and .x n>*oih. within the erection dietriet in five For one 7th Ootob.ri847 V
11 I froctioni two, three, four,five and six.) on lUscayneBsy I The above site is farther postponed until the whkh be offer* to tote t rttiaW.. That no oldir NO rE.-The particular M tote settlement shall bo:-tho tirao when cultrvaiioa woo 00..,

I ."or range forty. first Monday of December DuLCII..cery seamen or canoe in the regular Army or Navy of kind of crop cultivated-number of acres la cultivation-tbo kind of tenement erocteejM_
r FrICtional townibip fifty.fire on*' Disci/ Day, the United State, ante be were n qualified elector compoeJfag the family discriminating between adult and children, male and -vhiaaei,

I l of van jI rort..Ane. Sale. of thia State preview to aia eol tuneat e tuch soldier. JOB 1(. FO TA K,Reviver. W. II., SIMMON,]
; 1 Attbs Land Office at NHWNANSV1LLC coin* + eeaoaa or erection I. the &g.Ur Army or Navy ol 8 t. Aogutfin*. Flo Octobor10 1847. *' = _
Circuit COin
t trends n Monday,the twenty first day of February VIRTUE of a decree of the I I vervice, ball be
, BY of tbexavenoo
tho taltod Srets. -
of Itnd within her the County of t5L Job... n+deoatbo 14ih Of --
j next 'the disport public '
.*oee .f being *utiooed Taauatntr. MAGISTRATES DIST
\ eoasidcrvd aretidtot ia tea q OrncB or TBK Sottcrroaor T B
curtain I.
r N underaefitioned townihips and parts of townsltipa, day of November A. D. 145,1 a cause I 17th. 1847. NO. I.
viibio the .. August
and William .1r.

vita which B. E. Carr& co. were complainant,
December 1. I54C. PROPOSALS will be received *t this< Oaatato. That tho of SuJeaa/
Peered County
I Senate.
Smith the bate lint and eatt r/the principal me A.Forward and Mary A. Forward hit wife were SEALED
cj ] defendants. shall Mil at public tale on Monday the II. II MAYS President Senile. Ibo 25 Ib day of October next, at H into three Magistratea Diatrieta. f,.

. ndian. of March next between the hours of lb sod II. Aacataa. Secretary tHD... 'clock at norot for the purchase of the interact of the OaptftKD. That a Magi lrsto District to.
Townships twenty-one and twenty-two,of range 2 firatday of that day, all the right tide and interest of the Patted 110... December Id. 14 a. United '.tt"alla. and io equity, of the property] District No. I. Dint north of a point oa

nineteen. ,sections said defendants tn end to the feUowieg described premises. ROBCRT BROWN. Speaker Ho Rep. h.rtin A.r decrtoed, upon the tern and cooditiooi on the Ocean 10 miles north of the city ef
Township twentv-one, (exnept one, izt All thxt tract of land 'lying sitailrd and be M. D. Part, Clerk. mentioned below, to wits tine, and running from thence west te
%
twelve, thirteen, (fourteen three.twenty-four, |
twenty
Six Milo Creek from thence
Ea abooteix mil 'L\NDd IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA on down
: and five and ol. ranr.lwenI1. ing on St.Johns Rivet t flortda ** LYING
twenty ,) twetitj-Iwo. aDd ascitseie..f tilt 9UU to os le to the tit.Johns River, from thence cans,
formerly U amend Aa C.
Ute South of Picolata BOW An Ad
to
of
T. being
.three
.hlrleatr-twI and rat.getwesty.one. Totoa lacksouviUs Div tl cnut.
twenty tuaatal al River the Road and from
to Bellamy ,
4 AtMtUf
the fivelboo.Mod Cremcrol
known by the naote of"Toe being tanks UU aurtea*/ ta*
t by h (vetnmot iataatamaaal. I U. Lewistl. U".ot. &0.runner OWDe,. I I tog the Bellamy Road to the North, westatary
of acre tract granted toSpam I'
'r 4, Townships. twenty-two and twenty-three rangetwentytwo. to Juan lIutrtU.Del bvsaid IIIMtueonn.ch. Ao- i. ** l itcudt as aiaiiafeiutrot r an,l6 Inn.6.in squire o2 (al.iintol.ah of the County of SL Jobo, thence 8oi

: { At the Land Office at ffALLAHASSFE, com* Mint Gay and being the -ante tract of land conveyed SECTIIJN ., of a. 3eat..f flnai' ii C- td t 'hlfor tot N", 3. (en 167' rl by 105 Rica Creek thence down said Creek N

.. 4 tnencingon Monday, the *ei enth day of February to the aid W. A. forwud by Joseph 8. 3 inch ex AmmUg"aM .af. Thai the second clause of the CONDITIONS /Johns River, thence folluwlvgtbo d..J
I \ next, for the dii oral of the public laud within the Marshall of East Florida (exeeptieg ebowt three ban of the l..rua article( the Coo titation of thw State 1. Ev-b bid moat be,for a M pirate n amber on tin to the month of Deep Creek; aad from thu
; : unoertnenliooed townahinsand t arts of township, deed and fifty acres. oa the first" or North line of be a amended a* U read II follow, vii x 4d. Tbe schedule,&c., for cub to be deposited, ODe of the stir to the 10 mile pat on Tomoka
,.. I vizt aid Grant having about fear thoutaed .sis hundred membete of the Hove of Reprvoattivr shall be following pl.c...10 Ibo credit of the dolkitet of the I thence North to the 10 mile pout q da'

j South of the bate line and wit of the principal and fifty>aerca of said tract,) called.Tocoi tract eboaea by the qaaltficd voter,aad rtwll serve for the Treason specifying,on account( what particular Road land from thence North to the Seeje
f of land from and after the day of the first day or Mid Di.trit No. 1. 10 miles froei
. \ meridian. AUe all that Jut tract or parcel .eofiUMipg term( 1-0'ssrs number tbo schedule of property It te deposited to .
i Jbing Constitution, and nol and the inhabitant included In said O
about four hundred acres more of leaelyj er a44 -> election nadir the amended wit:
t I Fractional of township two, northeast of Forbea'* attested on 8t. Johns Blair acid generally" called .gtrs sod the se*ion of the General AvMmblyiMli the; United gtatee Tle.rl.aVI hlnftort, Di.. elect three Justices of the Peaee..t,
grant, range one. Also all U aal .! be biennial and nor on the fourth Monday NO. I.
of Forbes' :. Vtneente Ferrer. atjniuaeotjpft com me met of Columbia ; the Assistant Tresauier at Bo -
. r i Fractional, of lownthip ..e. northeast Uod.containing about five boiidf eaV .., liNn or ii Nvr-mber in each sad ovary Momd veer., .r at io,.New York. I'tiiladetphia.Charleston, 8. C.New Oaoxaxo. That District bo (aid aft .te'
' t grant range Iwo 0 lers'lying rod being situated oo the blaff road eighteen each abet limes u may bo pro cnbKl by law Orlrtnt. and rft. Louis; bend the inhabiiaiite lying south of a lioece

.1 / and Fractional fifteen )in-ections former three four nine, ten and, fourteen eections miles uorttt of the Town of Hi Asge.tiDs and Secs. B. k jafgernet'.trt'Fbti the third elau. The Collector of the Customs' BuflTtlo,N. Y.. at the 10 mile pout on the Touioka Road .
i" tweet a Indian reserve, and two miles south of the'* tvntj wife AMM." Also aj| of the Aionh article of the Coe titahnn h- emendedathatlboameh4n R IUovritM WilmiogtoaN. C, Savannah Ga, RastU the Dividingson me Matania
; I t threetntownstnpoar Heren, twentr-eiglit; ,, thirty-two, Forbes.t thirty.I '*- that tract lot or parcel of land containing about aix read a* GUuRs : 31 feat the Mobile '.,and Richmond Va: I thence East to the Ocean, from thence
towo bipiwowe.tof Creek shall be choen.n the nm Moudav I the Sea Cost to the doutt Rat coracr(
handled acres, liDlnd being oo Jaungtea -pre eaUtive* durreyorit.r the custom, Nashville Teno.. Cm
p grant and of the ApalachicoU
of township three west about twenty eight wiles from the Town( St. Aa- ia the mouth of October ta each aad every second cinniti, Obi and I No. I. and from thenco.Wetiwardlv.Eajiterlv !

t \' river Fraction, range eight three the eontbwentfraction gu'tine. all of which said several tracts of land aro 1 ear.from*td after tho fim.&. .'this amendod Receiver of the public ihoneye at Little Rock. I along the .I line of said Dut'ict N.. t-

: 'I of Action towntbipi thirty-one.,)(except and fractioual township the tracts (eaeeptingsail. the 350 a err* from Conitiiotioa.or oo such .& d"U m\\ be di. 4\k. JefTeftonviJlo, red.( Chicago III!) and Detroit. pl.eee[ l ot brgmuiof; and aid District to beiriet '..
4 f four wostof U.e T..co, tract) which were conveyed to the said W. reeled"law. Michioo. Nn J, .and the i inhabitants of.all 0

I'uhec ool six,seven'CnipiiulaLakeeieeptfradino and thi")- oe..f range aiue*. A. Forward br deed from Joseph S. Saocbcz, U. S. Sec. 3. B* it fmrptr enad4.Iht the fifth chuM 2. Each bid mutt accompanied with a goarrarvtjf :elect two Justices of thnPwot
1 Fractional twenty-three and Alsrbal.onthe2ltb, fay of February A. D I&43 of the aforesaid article be M amended M to read a m Ibo form given LeU>wr, which matt be' cernfted NU 1OROCRCD.

R,, I iwenry-fonr,IIctuD.lwenll.l.o.on the pun und, ia township Iwo 01 I Ia and by him sold aDder a decree of Foreclose o I (.... vii The Senator dolt becnoe-n by the by a collector natr.l officer, marshal. United rilatet That the inhabitant* red! on;
t range twenty-six. Mortgage in favor of E. Petal and jUn*agaiort the qealified elector far the term of (one ruts. at too* dnuistate.rtney.orpoetina.ter.thai the guarantorstoxl the boundaries of D trict N,.. I. & i .'
' Fractional sections ratatenf Aotbelrn Gay. Tolt'Lbtr-hli aU and aiogo> Matt tin', ii the MUM mana?. fie 1 in the aame and the making it b responsible for the 'titute Uuttnct No 3 : avid that the said .
thirty-one, thirty-two, thirty* party
three and thirty'.*ixon the main land,in to.nslup.'n'-, 'tar the rirhta. members hereditament sod eppon.* place wb r* they vvte foe we.b-M ol the (louse| of amount its ill elect two Justices of the Peace.-
.1 t and fractional sections eight pine twelve, veveuteeu, maces I..II 1 MIprvmWs belonging or ia any wise kepteaeiiuUve*; and no per*>ii .a.ll be n ri."H'.r .1 t," c.i.i"; a certificate or depwnite. signed NO. 4.OaoftacD. ":
lJeiliftJt t'r al'p'tUi..n( anion be be a writs mm. a ...n of tN<* Urn*>( That the infwbiuntofibeC
tweert Joar of the above mentioned ,
,twenty-fire, twenty-six twenty even o* (one dopofitora a quit -
and JO4CP11 S. SANCHEZ. Sheriff Ute. end shill have bwn an lehibiunt ol" tht. ..' and hung north uf District N... I. 2. and 3 .
twenty-nine, on the main land in township two, .in "*CI" tt>nvjmc alt.1. right,title interest.
i of range .went,,,,". KL .\u ullintt, Ja'.u.ry,26.1847. thaw for two years IIfU a>n**>ii4j hi. rl t'"',. n! iifit of the rated Si4tc to the properly.described eastern northern and weaatern limit e4
.A 17* The abovnaU* m p,*Mp"ftr I until MondcyiheSih I. Fa.t.".r a re id.rn, .i to+. J'er' ,.r c..t..t. ire constitute a district tn bet called Borne]
main '. t ,
t'lactioDillownthip three, on the bod. (except in *ht- !, in> plod ru wilt be eiecate sections one, three,.ix. seven sixteen aud tweolveven day rf April next which b* chili! 'e C",-.. ii, .... wail Httfi it.>Bi J the t-\..-4}g>J by tin .Solicitor of the Treasury, (,.'n( that they elect two Jounces of tho Po.carOaosaao. -, .

I ,)of range tbirtY-. The .*U-ive MC! H lurh"r IIW'P',prd until the: 4f_ ..f twenty Ere v jr. all ,,,.. t. the purcbtMr. Ouch "nvevaueo will : That the Cierkof .thi.' .a'
t J South of the bate lire and east of r th* principal first Monday in sly '.e ,t. A|.rii 6. Sec. 4. BaitfinbttMnttJt 1..1 1M ..at* clai' bt sent r'N..r expense, t" any post CJftJcd.'n'the' U* .the Editor "r the HebUJw,.e.,
.*, ta read Order off the ofi
nded laying County
of the forf-eJj attirfa b** tf as aa .ntJ
meridian, CT The ab .sale ia p..tp4 Non* acted M.". at may be requested.
.
follows TW clM.i6caii9 i of :....",.. made it i trat" bistricu. -; t' ,
I fractional township bight and nine west of theo day in June next 4. No bid will he JCtwplcd onlnssit.h4ll be .ati.! '. "
,, eery
the first fteaaioa of tbe General Ai* .obly held in aIM Agreeably to the aS 'f I, 1 uwannee river,of range fourteen. EJ l'h.*ibov(* Mir' t* further postponed M'UU factors to the the solicitor, whether there 'hallbo one ,. taker
.r l4i, "full cw".... .IK ban fed I one halt **f oref. are trna'arid correct a
r Aor/Ji af the bas line and tail vf the principal' the II'+ Monday in Julr Pto'l, y or ..'r. bats f"r lli, ,*i ''I" ",. +
I whom a* ...rlf. p Mib' %*. hU b* chnen farterIwreafirr I County Records and were pa..oJ nu the liein I -
h
I' meridian. O" The n'' ot'c sale h pmtnomxi ti-Pil the first ally lot tbe tciaw *>f f.ai yeses t /*,.. & It.1..r.. f,* ".*:. II",rttUhl1J. are req'I 't"d toiMtkolltcM mber.ltJ47. <

\ sections twelve, thirteen,fourteen,twenty,twenty Monday in Auf.< u itO tUcat A< et+ e r.sod it M hereby-.ared. tb.i me MIMe and ri.f "lllltd'| 4 eats intend tli* l \r.illum.tail for val- JOSEPH P. UEIES.
dev
tnir' (r. ; w soin
'twenty-two, twenty-three,twenty-four,,twenty I'*.e a tnfvc aUia po.lpoo..Ju..iU the fist >f office >f thatclAM ol' .S..4i-,_ ui* xpirAl at the n t "pdY Clerk of L' ur.ty'CoSt.
i ve,twent/rtix,twentjr*.even, twcaty-eixht, twenty 3l*' day in MepUsmbr next.O first el eti.n under the awienKl CintiiMtfc shall u After relt upon u ir UWI juJf mriilui b.dJilllf bid. \u..in". 8"1".mb. 21st. I"t47 :'.I'.IT.TaorlroaiD&
tine,thirty,tWrll.two, thirty-three tbirt .four ttur sale ..liJllhe & the 1..1 day for itcriving then.. the
The above ia further postponed extend to dexpire .. ihe fist >!.>uday in October "
.fin and ibirty alt. in township o.e.of range five. first Monday in Oclotwr neat.UT eigbwee hundred and fifty.8c will be opened in the pretenc oi such otncwr-t of 'thedepartment of I llll so ltw'1 c
M shall be able t't attend t cud will be ex County 8IJoh..1 '"oJ
Township and sections
one, twniy-five, The above use further until the
twenty ia pestpoaed 5. 6 aavUaf.That the fiat electionfor ia eteby given, to sJlper
iX/arUar amend and fut ,
ix pissed a' practicablNo
..irl- upon
twenty- even, tweutY-et ht. thirdJ-three first Monday in November nest NOTICE
Aeeembtymea, under Situ aw.nd d Coo titaiH .. lice will be each whose bid *' a atnil the Eatate'e/
four, thirty-fire and Uiinytix and town.bip two, cf 07 Tli** abr ve sale i* further postponed until the given promptly to .ruu '
I range .IZ. first of next. 1 hall lake place oa tho bra Monday ia October I. accepted, but DO Other SANCHEZ late of East Florida, doe .)
Worth of! the bate line end west of the principal Monday February eirVeta. hundred andf_ vty-eig.tt and the fist se 7. The sates of the bidder should,in all caaes.be the fame to mo duly atiejitd whboqlpersons
< meridian. --- sioa or the General Aa mMv, and r this .m".dfd."'Written at V-of.h and in a legible hand. The bidder indebted are requested topavmsnt. mate':
1' v Mf.W AND FASHIONABLE C.ort4eti a, shall coanam...a the fourth JI"iday should give the name of the Pest Office to which And all, creditors lew..ted..

< R of Fractionaltowushipoaem'rtbof"Forbes'Grant...il.FndioDlllDwnlllip. Fall and 11 later' Goods, I ht Neveotber tn tbe tear eigt>t-.s b.adllel.nd forty commnnicjtions foe him are to bo sent ectitled to distribution, wboahall not
range GEORGE ftVR'.' eight. chiois and demands tenpin tmo
i onel.orLh 8 Bid mutt bo scaled and marked nn the outside y
4 of rUle seven.Section of"Forbes'Grant. THIS DAY received direct from New Paced Senait. Decemoer tie Idl6. IJu those words diALKn BIOS roe U. d. raorcn* canon hereof will b. forever after ward*' .

't one, two, eleven, twelve, thirteen, fourteen HAS k per Schr. Vandalia a very .&.. aid D. tl. MAY Pra *de.t of Seoate. "rr t and addressed to the "Solicitor of the Treasury MAURICE SANCHEZ.A
..a r.b fifteen, twenty-two, '..lItretueelwloll.four. complete aw.na'atof Staple Fancy and MboeRa I II. Aacaxa. .CaIJ. rteatie. I Washington D. C." July 77, 1847 y

.J twenty five.twenty-siz, lwenty.s.iensad the south neoue Good.adapted to the present sad comtag, l'a'ved Hn+t* Uepr eoiatiwe. December. I D. Form ate bid guaranty and certificate t P"IC.CLAM,'Tie.Wn .

eauttraction of auction twenty-eight in the former aon Tl. fuRawing compose a portwa of the dl it u. Ip46. I I* residing in Ibo county EREAS Tbaoka and praise art
Indian Reserve, the east fraction of eoclicm thirty eat varieties vizt An elegant Ino"+nest 0 Ld ee ROnEKT IIROWN HVrr Ifs of Ktpa. .f fn the State of ,hereby offer the people of tho Stale of FIef ,
.: three in the lime,and aecUuns thirty.fonr, thirty-five dress goods and trimmings, Breed(:J.tb, Ca.mere. M I). I'.rr. (:.,. HA-. IlrDto United Siatee the snot of dollars in cash for thor or all Good for the health noi peiiJ

j and thin y-sii,i in township one; eectioo* twelve thir and Vesting great variety std r.f superb quality March 14 IM7. KM their rilChl,,it Ie, interest and claim. ,,the property blessings which we. af a peaple heto .
rIMn Kentucky and Cotton Jaoes,French sea Ka It*h M. describe in .
twentr-tbree,twenty.four. Iw.atl.6twII.- ( --- number in the printed ad/ertiament eajjy during the current yean "
.. aix, &hirt-fiY, aDd thirty-.i>;, in township two) cad rinoe*. Sattineus. Sheeting aid bbirt.ag of eve" ..- ""orde.. of tbo Solicitor of the Treasury, upon the term and I Therefore it is proclaimed tbat '1'HU
I S sections one, Iwo nine, ten,eleven and twelve, in rid,. White a.d Brews Lc ea. Kerey sod Negro FLORIDA flfGlK LINOS I.: condition therein mentioned; arid hereby, in eon SSra NOVEMBER next bo set apart to

.; Ji township three, of range eigbt.Becitoos Cloths of every quality,Urae aasonmeatbf White fttoated p. the Atlanta Ocean in Latitude 2fr*50 stdcranoo of the premises agree in ace my bid throughout the State at a day oC TU_ _
f thirty-five and ttitrty.ix,in township six, a i.d Ccloered Flannel of various qualities.Black sod merit axt of lh->* c* of fp-t therefor shall bo accept! by said Solicitor, to d.. Praise to Almighty God. :'-
t ol. range twelve. Contoured JJilka, American, Caajiah end French 730 ,Ct.., |.if of the YriM) grant made In 8amo*| posits that ..tn.lo lawful money, in ono of'Ibo d.- Given under my hand ..4 lao
Fractional township three, west of CboctawaUchy print and Giogbams in great van*ty ...d.., Brt awl ., ,rid in II n- *>kf*rd. iii itnatd on poeitoriee mentioned in advertieement, within [lEA"] of the ..t..M the CapitoL lak
nver,"of range ..izkenJ8ectoonitweatydoureweutY] Alpaca Mcnhn ell Laini el very loW pr.re.: Silk, HilUu"..MCb Ki. t. the 41 .ril nf ,N., mJra. thirty daft alter my old shall be accepted and notice tuber 1847. '\
-6vetwent-stitbir* Cotton and Linen Clmbrie.l1aDdbduf'r. ..,.., aid i*at ...11 P' t w ,Ipoly l I", thereof sent to mo by mail W D.M
; I. ty-five and thintx, in township thrte. of range variety, Linen cod Cotton Dulling aDd tieusbar;.. it ". f .1 \":";Ii". l Ue-ed. 1847. octl3 42 dtNOTICE '.
t Je eventoen. Brown and Wliite Holland Wbue sod C ..re.I ,.J.o "t .t a 11. S., n.ah Rte Car vain rc ived. I guarantee, to the United

Township three of range thirty. Cambric Uorolaps Begging and D.>A. Caea :. ,1..4. ..*. .... se HMV ...| n T t..1f' 3re the |>.rformai>c" of the above undertaking by ia hereby given to tho cull
' I C ,.. Land appropriated by law for Uwt oa of schools, and Paddia .elicit Nsakneo.TickUir. lUd ardU .'.'. ssr 1a % *".,.... .*... e.4 b'hn.4n the lands th" .iffnr thereof in caw his bid be accepted. persons entitled to din
j i, military$ or otber purpose, will be excluded from the taper*, a led.** M' of fine ao I aale*. -ilk and Worst jd Sure, a beamtfa ArtieU i.i .\.ly W. p.:,b' 'C I.I&tlib.. I certify that the ahov guarantor la responsible this date I shall present to the Cour, 0.
1 f j' The offering of the land will be commoed on Silk and Tabby Velvet. Woolen sad com*** C.r- t" Y.tlbla R. rONHrOarie... Ga. fnf for sow mentioned in the above bid. Benton County, Flo., at each place ia
}. .. the day appointed and proceed tn the same order iu ;|t*>t ng,Table Lirieo.Toilet and Table Co..t a.M.. 0..l. .. .7.y4 H). Phte of the land at Baton can be teen at the where said Coartmay then bo herd, my

t which they are advertised with all convenient die- Linen, Line/ebu BUcaTaod C..ourry CII,'. and -0 office of the United dtatae district attoraey ra that vouchers of the estate of Joan W*.
''l 7E patch until Ike whole hall have been offered and the LaCes.aepkdtfida-sortmeotvfcvery ,i. .buad .'wM "j (4iIc1111ge.! 1&t,. a.| in the Solicitor' office ia Washington. NANCY M. PICKETT, Ad-n.

.- 4 oalee.... ..p-' eu.eal..-.u.be..t.., ."CottraF ", o .lting. and 1. o. uw -. .4----J. J.\lts I I. Bid not performed on the part of the bidder, Ta-npa, Sept. I, 1847.ALL. ? -. eetlce.
t longer than two weeks, and ni private entry of any moo and exira quaLtiee; Ltoca C: anon; TT27a.t'fi.l is according tho term*:speoiSed Ib iSeIVote'toMl'
: .r 4 '. t
r ** are hereby notified that % .'
af tbe land wi'l!. be admitted until after the expire quality, a full aud compute aasorunoutcf eil.v.*ark Ie. lions njar.st the spoon of the Solicitor declared.
I w u+ I will a pply to the lion.| tie INDEBTED tho
tion of Ae two ecks; tlesery cooftating oi every sari iy .f oleur and ... null and void In all CAMS where rand have PERSONS
u '*s i.: Jutsae 1.ertaev (. may
GIVEN under an r baud at the City of Waahing.ton qualities, aa extensive variety of *i.peoor nod rooj' r.1' a dikMt been practised against the United State, the Solicitor E., CARR A Co.are les
IBU twenty. hird day of October. AnDo Domini toon 8ba.ls and lUodWrcBiel, T4>o *Triwditag' I.).j. 1A .. I.-.i..r. d tate. having tau,' I say before execatmg the conveyance, declare to call and settle thaiaccoonta..
I ( one thousand eight bonlred and forty-seven. of rrery variety > tbo bid invalid and of no a'set. mtndt will proeentth saw Gk.tet
.i.D y
Br rot Pa&raDnl' .IAMCS It. I'OLK. I Ales' a fine assortment of Lads fashionable BoaBenaof I I ,.J.. i* .7. HANSON.). .. .11'Administrator.ftotlce. R H. GILLET. Prompt attention to thia ootkf
ItICIlARU M. YOU' czars qualities, a Urge aa nmeM of 1 1 !
G. very ___- gp August Solicitor o f .Trtuar,.
CVaeaUst batr /tiu G aural taM Of*. Gentlemen aod Boys Hat and Cap .f the sat t L. IPreI. .:... Sept. 17, 1847.UICE1Tbete.
Jeeeot,.. end of teaoufel qaaMe a fail alack of l 'gnaavio ill.
.i, every variety of Boots and J c g NOTICE TO PREEMPTION CUAMANTa quality and price.. Aa extensive .nee..r I J 11 the rletate of JOrfEPH !;RA V E.". deed., TO GRAVES, deceased to pro seat tho war
'I Eve" person entitled to lie right of pre-emption Haddleo Bridle sal Huoe, Books cod :Lat.", that I Rip pr.*eo| my aecoeata cod MR. LEVI BROWN,. attested, withoutdek aael aroqaeetod presto
to any (land witbia the limit of the Iowa ship* and Perfume and fancy articles Hardware sod Cot h re Adi .iauaia r of .**.! E ute, before the L'onrtse..rI .T run to make, imsaWiaae,
I, p arts of towothip above enumerated, i i. reqamed to Drugs end Mediciaes. Crockery Glass aDd ChinaWare I Probate ..fa. Jo.: County, in two month after AMERICAN INST1TU1E FOR GOLD PENS. creditors,legatees sad pofeafja awboahall
I .tablish the ama to the aaii* \ and Receiver of the proper Land OCce. end make cooatkatiog ooe of tb* taett exteomoaadbeoteeloctedatorkof I ti.iue g.. IHl IH.SU ...he after data I win 1S41-0.Diploma foe Gold Pen*. from ibe pnblitadoe} bens( :iii ber
) payneet tberefor at*ea* at vna oaWi after fmimf dUN I li.ce Boon .O ever .P>1' for kett r* 01 dM.ia9a a* adalnMtrator efideate. I8i8- a Diploma for UM boat Gold Pens*.' : GEORGE,
i t ,, sad burs die day a"olat' tot 1M offered ia ibis eitj. The above stock -Hi b* kept,I GEORGE COLEE Adm'r. 1843-a Diploma for the beat Gold Peon Augnat 34,1841. *.'.,,
.ce..Dlor. pabUe eaJe of tMla_,ombraaiag ap by koponaboc dime front New York tram time 1 ,August 14. IW7 tarp 1844-a Diploma for superior Gold Pens
lr r Aha test;domed. ttbsrwisoch eUtm win be for to hums tad arifl 1 U eold at Uke very bweot pnce.Cd' I 1845-a Sifter Medal for the boot Gold Pens, Netiee for

I /ettod. RICHARD M. YOUNG. aDd CNtotry Merefcaat wU fiad it W their interest i Take a at an Estra 1&M-c ....'.edallotb. beet Gold pane.
iaierede41m
i, Caa to .a and the 1 This fcto certify,'that the abon Te a trio from PEWON3
istipa'o.o..lLaN exaattae above exteaaive stock and cop ALL
.
O MULE toot hao beet In Ibis fStbat
be assured of A ; raaaiag large the records of Ameria.laetatn. AVERT? deeeaaed, *
ay liberal .
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