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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: March 7, 1848
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>.
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Clark was one of the feit who built the small"4trianfIrlruheork .
Jl1ijt jJjJ 0 of two logs in height,, be
FLORIDA
.LID HERALD tween the first and second engagements, aM .
:r feU severely wounded within the breastwork #, ,
H. ..a. a..a& a his shoulder being broken from the repeated "

,, rUiLUHED CVI1T TOMDAT, wounds received in it; ho also' received i a .v-

JilUtaS m. _ 1 I which caused a great loss of blood but servedto
,
CITI nit AMU
r tM'o AKO TlTTt ADm Ej W IIlIlJlnt 1 II1lNc save his life The Indians, alter accom .
mA
? AJfAlCEt TlltCC DOLLAR AT TJtK EffD ort Q pUshing their work of death, commenced to

niL cut tho throats of all who showed nign* of

fjnsTtturtKT Kill be teamed at Ot Dot- life, but, on perceiving him covered with gone,

..17 re of fifteen low,for the first Inaf ition and they loft him, supposing him already dcadand
perC T'I retired from tho field which
----- -' was long after
- .
s wr11 M .drrcd 1ew I than
,and no one ca dark. Ho describes ,
? the scene whthin the
VOL.
fq'IIrt. XX"I.) .It. A. ..q.e. ?.e.1wT. "arc" T. 11... (f0. 43. breastwork as awful in the extreme: the dead / 4

jdirtion rill be made to Hwe who KerUc by lay In piles around him mangled and bleeding
s A cad of and he alone, unable to rL a or assist himsciT.
walking and
at night or in the morning, i '
slicht progn.g irad by them in the settlement the State producing from 20 to 30 cents
.- udsmustta. feeling the chill of the weather I per The Indians with lighted torches, robbed the
the
.r.J fir Lrttrre 0/ night damp, of
cpplitatroe ha new countries thai their :Kttleinrat Flor pound the last season the coast usually producing dead of all the coins and valuables found
*to these rlr w11. cost S3'50 uniformly grown warmer and milder from I ida was very limited In extent and that with the first quality.The upon 1
*** the them, and, after burning the
Mr 1 and
gradual withdrawal
carriage
of the of the gun
effects J
Critibrt $ ,. the exception of rstabll.hin a few miwotn Sunar Cane will however in few
,
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fif.f w'G K""* wind,which I a baggage wagons they, with fiendish shouts
. tinI' lilrhrlt will I b clamed 810 oilier climate CCOAC the entirely about cbr1ihLIn house*,they never ventured far from the coast, rears, become the staple of the Peninsula and yells left the field in tnunph. i
night i*almu invariably, and paid but little attention to the tillage of the which from its climate, soil and facilities, ispeculiarly Clark
and rxrcntcd about made
neatly promptly and i midnight
rr Joi rnmirt on always liable to be colder and damper an attempt to
toil adapted for its cultivation. It Is I leave the place,and in
that the getting out of the breastwork
In -
ouabh Irrml. day. SL Auguxtine the reverse i* In '& the Florida ceded to now cultivated for homo almost i'
*were by Spain consumption by ho CleaN a fnint voice from
the coMvand t.hut the delicate lungs of a among the
--- -- patient the Britih
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---- -- crown. The Inhabitant. planter small and but the
SpraWl crerr
--- treat; heaps of leud calling for and his .
to
nro'fplicved help surprise
ST. At cW lUE, November, 182P.I from one of the greatest *ourcc principally led the country, and It goon began cxpcoM of machinery, and the time required he found u brother soldier nntncd Do Coney
of irritation.
Thi
it i
I Siithe' nature of the present comnmnicn- constitutes the my opinion that to prosper under the rncrgrUc irapul-c communicated to get under way, has deterred mnny from a- who wa* also severely wounded and left
ROCmOr the itcrcatcitbe
climate
I.JM'will; present the best upoWyl can offerA ; by the Anglo-Saxoo ncc. EfTcrU and bandoninj their cotton to raiv cane. for dead. They resolved at
; bland once to return to
most
and uniform of theatinoiUihcrc
f as1 kiol your Attrntion to it oLJC'CtlC. Ionic temperature settlement on n lUre rcalo were immediately Previous to the Indian war, a large numberof Tampa, and commenced their that '
Journey
. r r mcc.I\"quimlln! the ttituntion or ItbJ'd i ,nnd there are no local cause to : undertaken. The British Government gave sugar planters had been established on the night. Next day about noon
they saw at
il iu a
the "Infirm.1rr for di..m s of the iinpcdc compile operation. extensive grants of land upon the condition of eastern coast of Florida upon the Halifax, Matanza. distance an Indian on horseback .
Jo'1nJi"established In the) City of New York, In ncconlancc with this general view of the theircttloncnt. Dr. Turnbull connection ,Tomoka and Hillsborough r rivers where them and they resolved to making towards

it'd totheKimercKull, that nil others, COn. matter, the di"caxc* which generally prevail 1 with sane tinguUicd gentlemen in England, the lands Are principally the heaviest live oak no ch side of the road ; the Indian separate,one 4 f

want with the dlseo fICt havenrrttrd nt; that am thorn of old age, pal liy,apoplexy,and flight laid the foundation of an extensive colony at hammock,and by their advantageous situation Clark who hid in a thick clump of dwarf pursued).
fever paln
from '
":te nl 4rM{ l character in Consumption, Irregularity of dietThe diftcoac New Smrrna,and brought from the bland and upon navigable strranvt, are very suitable forcane. 'ttors. The Indian after a time the .' ,
cb3.nscofchmn tale not known berenrenU thediscascsof children, shores of the Mediterranean 1500 fami- The cultivation carried gave up
con1rrrmt"Jd'i" a some was on successfully search for Clark,and left in the direction of hU
nocc" and the West India Wand hate ml such a* meade*, whooping couch,scarlet fever lies. Lord Rollc,GOT.Moullric,Earl of Bcrcs- ; and had not the Indian war desolated the friend De Conry, and in a short timo the '

C1111't'/ but each have pcculiarilie* I nnd mall pox, intermittent and bUliou fever ford and other Veit era sctUcrncnU: and country and entirely broken up these establishment of a rifle testy heard, and Clark well report

hat aliens have: neutralized tho nh'OntaJC" except MUCH brought from the country and upon the breaking out of the American Revolution *, the surra crop of Florida would now w the fate of his friend, for ho never saw
L* **-*. Well altested ca c* of the poodMfcOfof mi man potu have: never been known among large numbers of loyaltas came into have been a large one. The interior of the him after.

a-change to the climate of Florida 2000 inhabitants It h n remarkable fact that the country from Georgia and Carolina. Pensnuta I- well adapted to the cane,as K indeed Clarke thrn moved suffering from exhaas- /

lid brcn so frequently printed to m.v ntlPnEion that new dieat, the danguc fever after vMling The exports i of Florida in 1789 reached for ,the whole Peninsula extending southward tion caused byl low of blood from his wounds

,that I wa al length induced to try the exitnent I the \'(* India Inland, croMrd over to the. 000 barrels of naval & One of the principal from IaL 30 to lat 23; Florida approaching pro vented'from sleep at night in consequenceof

in n case in which my own feeling continent and travelled a* far north a* Philadelphia (of cultivation seem to have been most nearly the temperature of Cuba of any the wolves, who prowled near him and

cdfcply concerned,and with a view to amore but omitted to pay thin favorite place Indigo; and it is raid that the Indigo of Florida part of the South. Lands suitable for the cultivation thrcatned to devour him, and in this situation '

thorough examination of the subject, I even n pawing notice 'Several cac came i brought the highest price in the London market of sugar may be purchased at the present reached the Hillsborough river,about 30 mile
lam I from Charlf Mon, but without communicntin it time at very low prices from the Government distant from the
jrtmnio 'd to visit Ihe (p myHf. am now Tumpa, Ufl morning of the
Kiuifod he'andqncstson,thnt thU favored landourst'OhtainC in n in pound 1ncc. The climate of this city ThcBritwh poucsqon of the country continued price of 81 33, to $S and 310 per? acre, i fourth day. Tins river being high anuVery ra"id -
will be
1 tho spot that present more nd- of great benefit in cac if raining but twenty years; but during that period in private hand, according to their situation. } he found hitmelf too far exhausted to fordit

utJ.tl\0 th.! valetudinarian in cnn+rumptivc of blood, aMhmacrofula, dvipcpsiaand rheulaitiwn more was afloctcd in settling and improving Even the old plantations with their improvement and he laid down upon the bonk and prayed

0.thai a I/ other on earth, nnd that thin a* well M in consumption in its difTcr- the country than in its two hundred years of *,may now be bought at from $5 to 810per for death to end his sufferings He had not

IA'pci.i i.the Tit v of Rt.AupiMtnn, in the Tcrniiirr cot vnrictic Then arc a number of persons occupation by the panhnU.. acre; but as the country bocomvs settled, l len there long betone he spied body of In
of E&4 Florida. Convinced that by div who have resided here for MX or right year But unfortunately for Florida in :. the of course lands will nse in value. dim iipprouching the opposite shun,and perceiving
with this part free from attack Itf ritaa*, who came rc-ccded Great Britain to Cattle are among the most productive sources them tu be from
'r;.ttingn ?"" fact regard to place, ; province wa. by friendly a badge worn
.?,.,?_.i"n withlhiK iboct.IMiall| bo ihkninjf originally a* In111idthe history of whowcaMCA :Spain; and the Engl hit. population.hich in of Income to the Floridian. The vast br them, he made sipiw of distress and they
thccawj of humanity, I have taken the would lead me to conclude that same of 1778 in Eart Florida alone, numbered over nnlCt'S] of unoccupied bind give the greatest abundance came over to him nnd.carried him into Tampa,

librrtrof ndditHHing to you lliicircular; with them were in the last stage of consumption; i 13,000 principally left the country and went to of perpetual verdure and green pasture ruul he confirmed the statements previously

i requort that no Itr: n<" convenient you would other with profufc and fn-qwent hccmarrhage the adjoining American States. From that period ,and they double in three yrar, and may made by the other men,and from their account
'unicatc it lo UHHO who within ,your from the lung; nnd some with rhcunvUt-jru I lo its ccuion to the United States inlSJla now be purchased in any quantity at $S per of the massacre Major) Belton the commanding r:

,ileJpe rails be IntclW'k,1 in the informa- During the ln rt winter there arrived here about -- period of about forty year* -it languihcd head. Swine Are equally profitable,requiring officer, made his ulhcinl n'JJJrf.
wxl v int-alid of nil tlltJrt- nf this number little cue or attention lion* and mules I
t ion. ; only and fttrurflcd along with difficulty; the cultivation are was personally acquainted with both
The City of St.Aujru tin<% one of the oldest I throe died. I have incn heard of the death of the country neglected; the English also rahcd,without care or eJ pcn. Sprague nnd Thomas and have conversed

.been cMiih>t, Continent, i Ie wilnalMon the Atlantic of five individual of thi number since their settlements having been allowed to go to ruin; Tar and Turpentine, which were in British with them upon the subject many times. Clarke
onrt in about 1/iU 30*north. The roll I t return to the north. Taking then a review of and at no time during this period was the population times cjAoiivc ankles of export have bern was not no well known me, but I have heard

[around the tihce for mile in a mixture of shell l the above facts together with the testimony of in both the Florida, cstimntrd at over neglected for a long period; but the profitable his account of the sod attar repeatedly and .
nevcral r'-|Krtable penllemm who bare pad operation*<. North Carolina have recentlr.a* hate never heard f
InnJ.nd. The lunw+ an* pwrally built ofj lOpoo a farce portion of whom lived in town or seen any-other names
J shell\Ktimc or wiiod,after the\ old Spa llb mode I, a winter in the south of France, in Italy and or were hanrcrs-on the Government. wakened renewed attention to this brincVolmanuCicture mentioned in connection with it,and they bn'oall

[with orange :ratio In the rtsir; but owing to" in Ht Crnix, and who with one content prefer TIM Spanish population lo comtdcrabk extent and shipments made from the tJt.John.b.'t long since departed this life. Thomas and

[their n;and p rKruliaritr construction, not I'I the climate of Su Augn
jofTr/n/ it mu"i h"conf d, much attraction conclude that it i* far preferable to the invalid States and immigration brxan to flow in able and Clarke some two or three Yeas since in ,
[at find to ti'! 'inhnhitAntxof Htalc A'large to trust to the healing qualities of this fine climate rapidly; but the umurrcycd state of the country Rkc Las also born neglected as a staple, the city of Boston. Sprague never pattI of it

liiotct IJOMITCT, i Ie aliout) to I In eroded, which I.I.illt i within from MX to ten day sail of hi. ,Ux uncertainly of aDd title, most injudoouftly *- since the days of British cultivation when it but with great reluctance; and he ever after
nd'od to ntn-ilv I any objection CHI th'tt .core. home,.under the fame lawnand among his own involved in litigation by the Gorern was raised ton considerable extent. The lands wore the rap iearonce of deep. melancholy, 'and*

[iVir i ie ti'tw In the place a Catholic church, a pwnle ,with whose habit and manner be istatmfar meat militated acain-4 its settlement; and the suitable for its cultivation are abundant alcxi ng it U believed finally cau:viI his death. lit .

iM'iWiitf wiinjr liou<*,i rr tcrian church titan lo traw port himself to a foreign fierce and turbulent Indian race,who had made our rivers and stream and when our population was quite an intelligent man, and is *uppocd
Iryvly comjiletivi.; and inrwunarc in train land,rutMOnh strangers wlnnc services and yinpalhicN it a battle ground for over two hundred and fifty is sufficiently dca-w to derrlopc our rt> I I to have given the most correct account or it. .
jiW the erection of an Episcopal church. The I can b: ptirchaMcd only at crcrr itacri* rear*,and who bad never bcra conquered, sourer, i:will no doubt,be one of the must important The object of this is merely to correct what

JI"'rk JI |pn wnt a Kulncicntaricty of meat lice and lit the risk of every thinr bcld most ana had no egress from their peninsular home, branches of culture. I think w a mistake.,and to state what I know

ridblf'K. ). ;r.though lean,of good tinrj dmr..00, rcj octfullr, occupying the best lands of the Slate, rcadcr- FL*b, Oysters and Turtles abound in thocreatcst of it, as received from the survivors Ihemselvej. *
,
|\" ; oiiltrv wild nnd tame turk 4'M and vcni-I I AXURE\V AXDKIUXJX.OL D. in F it impomible to obtain tbtm. But jet In profusion, and the Havana rl.-h nmrket _._ P.

$
the FI
of
ida.
r,'or1J"btq..h(2UJ.bawt mullet H hitingcrnbf *, Frmn De /?>+''< Ccmm'rcvd Rain fur January.FLORIDA. lation planted tbcm-clvcs in the country. The I The coast Oak Cedar and Pine of Florida lie. by the Court Martial and b v the President
,
purtlct nourinhjwf Territory was Just beginning to reap the fruits valuable are of the United States in the Case of Lt.
(- Among the fruit arc the orange,the Dr THE iioi. o. a. rAtmiA>ta. of its American occupation when the desolating I coming shipment. The Navy yards Col. Fremont.
[liD;the tip.and n great variety of kitchen ve- The adventure, of Narvcz and the romantic Indian war broke out In 1 835,and continued : have drawn their supplies of Live Oak, fur We have now before us a copy of the General

\L1C1. The vine, olive and clatu would also wanderings of Ponce le Leon and DC Hulo, in for seven l og ) rendering all habitations many years(ran our forests; and the diminution Order, issued from the War Department, under -

S1ourihandfitt+ no doubt be shortly intro- search of the perpetual spring and the fabled I out of the limits of the occupied parts and high r rkrs of pine lumber at tho date of Feb. 17, including the judgment of
North,are Yelow Pine into
luond. nat h U a place in some rc*| act not mines of gold: the buccnnoerinc of the EnglUh insecure and destroying all the improvements demand bringing our great the Court Martial, and the decision of the Prc -
and its
is '
IircMentingall' the convcnicncic of a large and ; tho wars waged with Oclclhorp by the which bad been undertaken. la l&U this war shipment rapidly increasing. idcnt iu the case of Lieut. Col. Fremont

1I'e b 'citJ', Cfrtainly not to be denied ; '; and more recently its long and terminated- od the Seminoles afire a struncfcof which Among bare the various mi-celancous artkle+ The charges upon which Col. Fremont was
|that ,tvcr, U an evil that will soon cure it. bloody' Indian "wars have given to Florida I nearly 300 rears, were forced to 1M-LIIO been found well adapted to the tried having been heretofore published largein

[writ.. The water too, though drinkable, in like greater historical interest than attaches to any their destiny oral were ncarljr all transferred Banana country,may bo mentioned the Orange, I,mon, this paper, with all the particulars which
dire Palma Christi Bcnnc
fthal of most southern latitude, rather hard.. other portion of our country. But as one of bcvond the IUU-4pnL '. Hemp, weru known to us to have transpired duringthe
Arrow Root f issavf. &c.
ITbu price of board nnd lodging p' r week in tim youngest sitters of our confederacy but Thus the population of Florida bad up to Indigo, trial, we pass by so much of the record 03
I from seven to ten dollar All the above car., little is known of her topography, resources 1842, undergone four entire revolutions:.aj dafter affords Take it all in all. Florid, at the present time, contains the Charges and Specification,&c.lo

cums1AncaI and facts aro no doubt of omo im- and productions. Pcnin ulatcd rornalmoct all having been settled by the European race as good an opening to the Southern coma directly to what will be of most interestto

I lort&ncetoniosi persons; yet to an invalid in intercourse with other States, he lies out of the for two hundred and eighty Teas, was forced planter desirous of changing his location, as a- our readers being so much as concerns the
march of health, there uro other thing of far great Uiorouchfare of travel and while the to begin anew the settlement of the country n v portion of the Union: and indeed our partiality Findings and Sentence of the Court," and
interest a mcs of disasters unporallcUed in the history would lead us to say that, taking into .the President's orders in tho
decision and
mater ;and it i I. here thAt-. Augutimcrtand *- commerce of the West swaps around view its
climate latitude facility
America. splendid tropical "
of
,undoublftlly unrivalled air,in her*horcftlhcy are looked upon but as to many of communication of case:
I temperature,in pbywcal l peculiarilic and ad.I dangerous rods and rucks thrraU-ning dcartruo Since 843,the actual settlement of the country its soil and water the low of its fertility that it Fintlingt and Sentence the Court.
lands
wntage* generally. I tlon to the mariner. It is our aim in the following has commenced, and progressed with reasonable affords inducements prices After a full and mature consideration of all

The climate U iw equal nnd a* agreeable thejjar article,to give sane idea of the prcacnt, npiciity.the present population being than utrongr other of tho the proactivesettler South and the testimony, the Court finds too accused +
,
round as in the nature of thing 1 can be. :uctunl state and condition of Florida.The probably one hundred thounod.TO that and any portion will make it I.cuL Col. John C. Fremont of the Regiment
fhe mean temperature by Fahrenheit for Jan i peculiar outline of its coa has probably health of Florid will very favorably State.capital enterprise a great of Mounted Riflemen, United States, Army, ai I y

uary w 1829, wa a* follow:-for January, rendered its general shape and portion familiar compare with any other portion of the Union follows:
18211,at7 A. )(. i3-, at a 1'. M. COat I 9 K M. to every one-having bwn nomcwhatapUy having no disease except slight fevers, and In-w Mercury.DADETS CHARGE r. '
JJL; for February 7 A. M. 63-,at 2 P. 31. compared ton rrvcreod lioot. It extendsat that concomitant of all new countries fever MASSACRE. In rpcilictdoaMGniUy.'* 7th .}*cifieiUonMGnilt7.wi

60-,at 9 P. M.64'; for March, at 1 A. )1.53", right angle* Nome five hundred miles "Cat and ague. The ratio of mortality is believed Ms. Ecrroa: In your paper of the 16h inst.I fweificatk."Guilt,."'* &ih rpeci&atk> ,"Ouill,.""

at g P. )(. 63-, at 9 P. II. 64w. for A 'nil, ot 1 nnd Mouth and has a length,ins iJ greatest ex* to be unusualsmall! ; while many instances I noticed the anouncemcnt of the death of 3.1 peciHcatk>aMUnihy," 9th .jxcific t Jon.-Gail tjr.."
4th dfir don,"Gailiy. 10th -d cation,-euUt,
A.L 6\-,812 P.I.14..t : 66J. thousand mile f of longevity are presented. Samuel \V. Brady from wounds received at rp
91) ). lathe' tension, of nearly one ( ) jrrcat 3thrpccific ."Ouilty' llth rpedfieaaon."rmlty."
Ummcr rnmrtli it ranges from 80* to 90", but I The southern portion of Peninsula is covered The lands of Florida are almost m t irrw, Claapultepecnarthecltyof Mexico,and represented 6ih.'CilicatioD"Ouih- ..nd"pilt'oIthe charg
the heat is b.1 no fne4J" M opprwsivoiu the with a large hnoct of water,called the Everglades and are very curiously distributed aad may to be the last survivor of the ever eaesioraue CHARGE D.l .

sane he.ptJa would indicate in more northern of immense extent Gilled with I iftland, be dcsicDated u Ifiga Hammock Low Barn- s UMcr of the lamented Major Dade, iT>rcific.tlon,"Guilty." pmncationMGailty.

lautudesOQ account of the dryncss, clearness, and which, it is supposed, may be rendered available mock S waraji,Savaaaa,and thedUf'ere&tquaJ.itka which occured on the 35th December, 183d. I 2J Ppvciiicati,"Gwlty.6th adOll,"Oailt-
and COnatoqu elasticity of the atmos here. by dralna e. The central portion of of l land. do not wish to detract anything from the gal- 3d fpcnfiaiUoo,"OUUI,.* 7th peeific oa,"Cailry.4thpccification ."
The rinds! sets.m i about 10 A. *r. and the Peninsula is somewhat elevated the highest 77lmswc usually timbered with lire Jut acidic who lima lost hk life in hb coun ,"Guilty.1 and "guilty iuf the sharp r

LlcnrlltcAdily until about daylight next morning. portion being about 171 foci above the nat and other species of oak oaagaolia,laurel try's cause, but being somewhat acquaintedwith ciunoc III.
There are no marshes in the vicinity,and ocean, and gradually declining towards the &c and is coosidcrcd the best description of the details of that sad event, I am compelled tat rprcificadon."Guilt,," 4th i dfication."Guilty."
wrrtme. therefore generally braced and the coast on each aide. The portion of the State general purposes. Low 11limbered to think that there has been an error in 2.1 uprcificatioa,"Guill,." 5th pecificatioo,"Oallt3d ,.**
gnu in a state of cxhiUration that at first is between the Wuwnnncc and the Chatahooclue with live oak water oak. sad subject to overflow the mention of his name la connection with it. specification,"Guilty and"- 'of the charge.
uhing. ThG it draiflaie, but when I became acquainted with the only threw who Srarrxx x.
no doubt th o true secret rivers U elevated and hilly: the western per- -usually needing
those enthusiastic sad low.tog descriptions tion of the State leveL The Su Johns river drained, preferred for sugar. Of this description did survive that bloody scene a very short time And the Court docs therefore sentence tho
ci this land of flowers, that clUuaetcrizc .U of magnificent dimensions runs from south to of land I requiring mere or ks draiaasr, after its occurrence,and have never knew or sakl Lieut. Col. John C. Fremoat of the R gi--

t early accounts of till country; and while north upon the eastern side of the Peninsula large bodies exist m the State. 3.uw.oa the beard of any others who escaped lire from it; ment of Mounted Riflemen,United State Army,
ODe of .tie greatc.-t sources of and debouches the northeast bouadaryof marria of streams and frwjoeaUr in dctatcacdbcdns their names are Thomas Sprague,and Clarkn. to bo dkonisacd the service."
.allO In itself + enjoyment. the StAte and near the Suwannee rues a nearly -tisuallir tern rich allutiumi aad ear Thomas was the first to learn the scene of strife, The Court deems it in view of the

Soto.thable .c11 ands rltood the western aide of the Peninsula crptiWe of bekr cultivated in dry seasons being severely wounded in the arm near thetWkJer. mass of evidence on the reco.d, to remark that
"i course
**5jcU avT of the trade wind that it U are. parallel, from north on to south. and _rkldifif tergelr: a..paWa aad d/kteg He left in the early part of the first the Court has been unwilling to confine the accused -
styled a 1
tI'fc Iheirdiabiu ,-the Doctor The tim sctUemcat of Florida was made at would reader mud of 6t MrASnrnna *- eenjremeat, aDd arrived on the third day after to a strict legal defence,which appeared ,

it"Aturc of the toil assists! the in the 1M4 ItbeiBC, by ,upoo the borders of tide 1tteaIat.hea alTamfMiBar. His account of the nrtair wasnot to lie within narrow limits. d t tN
BL Augustine
operation year for rice believes .tfco officers in command and the gravity of the charges the _
Consisting of-enl and nand the oldest settlement in the Unrttdt96. reclaimed are very raluable or caae- by Considering
It herbs tile rain that fall my 'and, forty years Pensacola nettled in the rear 1 some land of this description,tae Tbmoka,bar- be was>et iaeaaflneraeat AS a deserter. Court has allowed the defence the fullest scope,

Nuts the rare and accumuUtion rapidly of, ft. States.The archievcs of was the country during the pe tag yielded above three hopheads of sugar to Spr f>*e wss badly wounded in the IAnerpart in I Its power to develope the Instructions oft e ,

tMd av ode the unhealthy decompo ition rod of the Spanish rule, prior to 1768, having the acre. First class frfne lands are generally of the seeead engagement and crawled Government and all circumstances relating to

fable waiter those prolific .uairecw of been removed, it is difficult, now to Judge to preferred by small planters to my other,asdt&er Into a largo GEld or lagooa on the right of the the alledged misconduct u.well as to impeachthe
,and daseasoip ourown climate and extent the was settled previous have been found productive and raluable battta frrooBd. concealing himself among the leading witness for the prosecution. The
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a+ionaUy the air be prep country Britain. Rcrnates of ann lacked,it is believed that the pIne lands of Florida I tall crass tat skirted the water's edge, and Court has even indulged accused in a course
Itwb tepfmaated with ay salt.omcwhat lo Us cession settlements'to Groat found to a considerable are superior to an r pine laads ia tae Soutb wafcaed die clew of the second1 engagement unusual, and without its approbation; in the fi* l
as to be ostfrt are rood \ m their until had tallest to rise hetfltekia naJ defence, of wistf ifldwcriminateJv matter
T'-rra4eii. Onelbttt and Chattaboo- for their fertiiryieWuef cropi every maa no more-
bWorthy or the Suwannce
eves rk. u being to par. dde extent rivers between'tfee traces of old roads forUficartwt.sV natural state, aad when troadea by eaale.be- amiseif the only surriror. 110;; described why baa been rejected or admitted ia'criideocc.
.K g famoelsaaoe. Bile Ic ; aDd barrels comisx ecpJ to rich hammock kad. I hare the conflict with the three or (our'who .
eo.I esidln th eIIIMte tlwt t+e M potteryslk iw.twy ipikes distinct iu are; found p; but tie e.t earl, Ie the seajoBeaae bs.rtefs- were the last eafa'ged ia fig&Unf,as desperate With all this latitude of evidence and the
i DO riI. > ,
of the Cow has found
vnbMsjtby or datngcrouas,._ eui cofi&iofj of the country is rather India bore twenty joints crud veil matured crown beyond imagination. The last man seen was aSerceeat broader latitude defence
I Florida I aad ti uuk named who nothing conflicting in the tl.and fnstrucioa -
owenr caiieus II 'ti n the that these settlements upon *tae laads: svgar Chapman though sur- ;
'eeJUfttcd for on The plaiD_ Principle ed to made supposUion bvccanocrs,.who about 1660, from such laads Is generally of superior qual rounded on all sides by the savage foe, used (| o? the Government; nothing impeaching
are no sudden were br and the quami- ity. Tbe hammock Lands-lach cleared made his musket a club,and fought until overpow the testimony on that part of the prosecution; ,
changes from heat iwarmed te the southern seas;
to in fine to In a legal sense, theiegtanca
left that quality,
reerf excellent atellseasons. ered. Sprague, evening after dark nothing .
dry to dam Du to reader crops
found seem
I. tr+ada aripd.1 p.? rH Kady the day1t..LIft ty.&hofoihacc. Tbe chief staple of Florida at present, is and aft much suffering reached Tampa the to authority of which the a accused Iscork
gMtl a curVln
sad ( trom the known Cottao-(aa rerion west of the Suwaaaee cultivatins fourth dsr aferand upon his statement Thomas
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-wae fk L.ate opt"I'IJlop-of nature Iou fa gifog on to:bod I. Incrtucs ItlspretuaabWtha of the Spanish ore character and the ; tho UpUad, aad the eastern portion of WM re eased tom co"se -The attempt to issailtho leading witansat ;


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fur the prosecution hay involved joints nut n''I From the Journal of Medical Science; N. Y. Dr. J. G. F. Wwcx AS,m ccnttemn! ia every; .I s AVVzmma.Xarc" I establishment of tho following propo

issue,and lo which the Frost 1ut.oa brow brought; I84It ay en climate by Dr. Samuel Forrr. way qualified, author of M notes on Cute" Ja 9 1118.iE' I Taat I when Territory is acquired all thi

BO evidence. In tue judgment ot u\ Court bib U. S. A.' the Southern Journal of Pharmacy, nays: -, and edicts of the old sovereignty bee&

honor and chili utter uc unnnj.CUCM d." 'Among the ,ariouslItr climate prr- The injurious cffcds of cold on many chronic st anil the. Irv lr.* tint,with; Uw oU sovcrelitoty and tile ,

The *bulcpiocttduig t4 tea UYiKrul lCourtMartial luuS ud in th< United"Mniets II.M'.r the IVninula Ji'caiiey odmitti d by cvt rv one; I ut&alhwh l runty b.xrwnn Ian n.dintely vested la tat
in the butt bun
iorcpJU'i CUM.K Lruni ill tcruluir. 1''>M:,Can SirlamrsL lark in CnflaaJ, and Dr. >arnuvKorr I sjvercltf that such -
> .f wholly | the publication of upon( acquisition off
before the Proictul '1 tLc Ui.Uid bI 4t s.i what Ltxiwn lothclinuc IT U"c cunrn:ticc an we-
insular t mj, 'rtun'ne* lo equable end > bitv |ItUtI.1 wj th ur the Hon. Gso. R. pda of all i\s S.dtti U that new sovercun.sovereignty .
Jfo'ntJuLn'f eruu.n end G&rr in lie catf.WASJUMJIOK a4ubr,uuc in wnti'rih&n that ulHrnlf by the of the two routimcU them h no sub cclltit article from ; pen

T > FCBLVARY 10, IB-IS. iuutIiU' CunJ11t. it will be| air that invallii j: ct oil which Ilk, nudiccl -rot km N nee I FAtftSjuxs. on the clliatrc: : of Florida. It will U totally indivisible and .

I have carciully cc..ni idend the surd ol. n:quirin: n mould H inter roi kiicc have go.ic t
ti proceedings of thu Gem-nil Court Martial in ",I'\.jJu land in starch ot what might bait ixtrc led u the case of Lieut. Cut. John C. Fiunn.nt of the merits and laly ban of lite lath pmcinlly a-
been found at home. Florida *bcnfon; : a v .tt The \\liip hid a m.tting on Saturday night, sovereignty as the Representative of all the
liniment of Mounted Rir1emclI'I.idi cur: the uti/niionof; ,lMs'icMtis at the north ; I'r l l4IfMlunuJIbYlhr IXipiWi i tbjrir invnlkli tow
vctioU Waftliiii.ton, Arsenal, in the District here the pulmonary invalid may ciebdJrctheinckirxntMCiiMon lw r.carting to .ira; w kite so. lamvofoukk :and scnv* vpiTchi a went mulDnd resolution I pie. :

of Columbia on the 2d day cf Aovrmtier,1847. I of th, n.nlli, or the d > hate Muiind from Wlok" rc Htncv Itnu i I pa tae'd, we unifi r tand. I: Is said that they Now this propositions la the ,

c and of which iirevet: Ungudicr GUI. Gvotee 31. Uriorufrd n'moMphctvcf+ u r.-om to bich hv \V>t Iruli *, uulr. tu direst hm. hat n vcvru ch.1ractctie thv< War. "1J tLT." We pro i|axiom-i and how U it therefore possible for ,

Brook was President I ray be confined tie mild nt d iquabletttnpc*'* era) iA' our t-r""mt \tIf1"ft1 ph .ici.tr., ban some wohall sit the proAxdi in some of, people living on the territory unJcr In.4
R The Court find lieu Col. Fremont ol' b'Jvitdl conumtrxnt in ZI cI- tl. fat atcinnn
guilty .tur".lho n it n nttd twliny (KcM* of an \ "- I Ittl"
I the whig prints in the adjoining cum+tances, (I mean constitutionally) to I
the .rcfenncc .l to a soutbcn numerous IIi'
.7 following charge, vir.: err 0 had iu: which: dowers never earn tu uiWih in | to a rtmuvi
1 st. .tic utiny! ::d. Ihtobcdicncc of the Inw. : IbM .1..1 l it I" LaSj -." climc. _* late UPOI U SUJjxl.OO"bicIl there it noP' r
ful command of his uN.noroi>cei ; 3J. I or- regard to bronchitis late bccwruna Fur many 1t1a r< adJctoJ wih f LbUlsaik !In the people them (the SOV\ltcl i

1 duct to the prejudice ol Jowl urdcr m.d military j so xcrv |I'r*val kn' at the north be iuys cimijM lied to paw the la" hcnn u inter in the The Tr-mljT. I'jgMat.; there beta; the delegation I gf no '
disc!) l.r+t."- in the Constitution.
thervfjr
missed tnc ttcrvicv." I vnn'uc nt a winter nsWetic-; A more *>uthcrn we have Uv ncccMCirily, t,!ace\l in n
Four members of the Court nppcud there latitude, to a |K.T*"I laboring uinkr efcrwiicMtnili'M w rh I.Unl.NU1 invalids Mtnibrly nSlctcd on the T .tr. The Wa.hwgton Corn' pond fi:ctinj;the rfcliM of property not always of ife t

cord: of tL ?,r 4rjtocdin M tit: loUovr.n, ; \.z: i I b. (.on... ut otcc apparent. If h miny of win III wvr* HIM! r our pn. wt val of the Baltimore Sn order date of 27th r u'dvnt.1 of thu territory but the rights aaji s
-'nt ,
Uitd.r the eU'CU..HtLl1lOC. hi .(tics. l.cut. f atnuvoid ihu tr.inMiion .4* the iwaon*-that n&t ;uoJ (runt p-ronal c.\| -rieiicc nil the i crtta of citizens out of tho territory
t Col. Fremont was placed, lcitvernttvotiiiicr* I''nt ieoruloical condition of thu uino'p't:rc ooxrtT tijtu wf uIirs, rj hnb.uI ample oppiKtuuiJk ., February" writs iI :- 3fr. V. showed tho ; t
of superior rank well ciainrmg) to cotitnund I which st.:rda first arson the e.auwi wuich fur 0".11"| .in: bo I clfctU of twditlcrcnt I| It h btlicTtd tu taJ! that th? H hip*Arc afraid alarming consequents
in chief in California: circumstance in ate.it :I hlh:cc Clt.rrl.al ltKrt shc will do much to- cliumtrrs on the da-. Irrmi.4ng Ics by voting for the trjoty they will ncogni+u the South to which the doctrine would kt4I'lcadlng .j.

future: calculated tu t tit./urret.r She mind cud I wl.rellC controlling 1.ia malady.An thi.t'He have pus*11 tier maters. in Culxt. ont l I I the principle of ir.dmlitwteich9 in can the the importance of the subject to, 1

excite the doubti ui' oiiieer of I rcuterf*|tern '1 I rccnnU th: advantages ofchanpc of a' Key \\t'cat and one at Enterprise, Co>t Flor i treaty in not ratiiU-d by th- 31,*ican Con U'l"f. coantitutional rights and liberties I ma jar r

cnco thun the nctu: d,and in C 'IIM
+ the important profofiunul 1M:mce r,*:.., ixd nude only tu cVtmfc hroad l *. Ax a natural \Vc L uo'v iUiiHr i more of the clhrat;"f Javnkc tlt.it this trigh, i- Itt! Hum in thu end t', g u fur oco '

S by hun.prc\ tu tii!cot currr. 1.0-01 liit" .".I. con
fur wh ten he ha* bmi trim, me jtijir! >irtiej r,r-"I"1II1I1 fnin tmobijry, "."!d f.iluw fa ulh- I Ia1iu; iu* cun"';' "'' M,iJivrnt Unrtu : ftncH'Xation ut c;. :-!L.:.! of 3Ie.ico, th* princh that every war will cxirnins the subject br lit r

numbers the Court nvnvcifuHy cviii'ii.i (rf.iii'of c tn>uin;>tititi mgJ( i** w arrunl id.**! nOC..I:, r..I..ly under u. dc't.ititatirecbests. ..! pi' of ann xatiMit, m otn** ahi II'| At least i< constitution itself which examination mustkai '

& Lieut. Col. Fremont to tue Icl.i ...t vuiuuur..* "I lutx'thuicuncluidli! iMCfigition of ..t..maIl1'' cvuJ! tti r tT the trul: t. DC nuWJ.-dt'\\ .'ft,i th a, in conjunction wall to the adoption of doctrincj favorable to eCraI
Don of the President of the Uuitial Male"* I i, c.tatrl d...-a-" in n-Jfcrenee to thu I1c'uc"1 1 ca i,!acdi,(nuJ w- have cm i"d with mar the theory of mail 'maiv, would iiuku u pnty and '
GUOKUU 31. L I tOO JI I:, of K.UMIU and climate ; and the multi,it i*coa- : inteKi: tint iualil4 who havs-inured on thcta:;) strung cntrnz Itlr the wjfm niitrnti'>n. I liberty equal rights.LET

Brevet Uric G uraf U.lItl od Sum* Aiiny. ech' d, d nion&lnite c 1,jclu iv.-ly, ;h.; advanfupr -, i uki iMettrao gnct ad'anapi*unr SJuTLoous .Oa th,. other han, if the tri-aiy be objected ALL U'1I0RE AFFLICTED WITll

'ruo .,.\: F. Ills..r, i ol a wait r> t.>.id< tie In th. pjsmsuU d Siuta nix mid Curiae in cl.nuV; but ilbtcuiuiKALiiuu l to by the whi-e ii it 1 Itxiy.tbrop<>ibiliiy ASTHMA READ TILE FOLLOWING '
Lieut. Cu!. and IX-n. Qua tit riuoalc-r Gen. I'Jo::id;i in. .4i'4 of cirtMie,rnncilu.Mll I. i* Jar ii.lci iurHunJa I <.f con' nuinst the wnr will rest upon them, and!
J. I'. TAiY/rjU' / Pleuritis Ua t, a il r i.dtantage over lu.- will: havutho LETTER.
fillu" MlY n tint ia r. ird to ion : tSr adnaini mtj.1 again uuipol -
'e Lieut. Col. and .Wt C nn. Ucn. of Sub. (Pit tni.' to ly in hiring tut mountain rinse* conn I .!urinj hatiJ u\r thtuJ." 3i.. S thlV. Fowle:

1L 1. IIAKIIlt, con.iuirr not only th- dt-jtroi: of cor.traot in the t i ;; winter wiJi snow: tbc cod! tbrfj from I -- 'ir'Ilaria;been a1 Led fur,more than thirty yew

1 3lajorIrdiiUuicts DcpnrtnvnLThree itcn ons hut the .Iardiaa of high lmij'cratur ; the Apjoi.nc iinJ the Jura tae tnta.u', r nd rj j I the with. the asthma, at times *n jeverrly u to incapadta
C! lan .Ttnljci by i'eope.&n
other ."rotorsul'ticCourtuppti.dto L-a%i rv out of'-i.'w i hs't ii r.v classes cotnk '4nth ; I.g a tnrr*' (1..1..1 .4 I'aly f.tnl &M'\ 'rnuui.t Hicf.nu trnJane of burinesc. sod having
the record of their pietxxdute the lu.u\.injj, ",ltl.\ rn,!\'i..i i.m.ll' I no United & '.>, th t r..JM l. iuvUMv ui:uk ta Lt.s.r ist ,IJ- : < f cur D nv.r; tic fri nJ,, have their adopt'
viz: :.\ It prciiscly l tho IM u* iu u cauurlul k- ;.11 .
Under ell the crcmn>tancv (.f this; case, eiun'. 'h..sd .r.. al-, w rn dxtaiiujMivcs, a >?r..I-.II rh mjrinjj hUt State C..nUiluitlu: so as tu au- ,a boa: three yatnnce,of Mr. Edward Mtam]
and in cuns1 itlf.'rJti.u of the dMbfUiciiul professional M Thclimitc cf Flurida brig bvn found b. n- I ly, IIpln a !..' varl d p.r. jrc Iran their yoor anent in &.:. city; ,several bottle of Wt-uri BaV
tb' irizt th': t Kvtion of al!1 "I.cUt Judicial olH-:
service of the uccu$'J |irerit/u* tu t r. i.&l.n! ( IH'* of i.. .,knt pumtoi. iry cxr %;.n: quartern A I' snttwii i-iVf? Jars in aria vf IViU -rry.fron the effects of which lei]
the transactions fur waich; h" l hat4 now l jun sumption suit) thorns ::Jinalncd *ib: the Ji.aoc Febnui/ ;Hivt ir.:: oil run:1I'J.4'QHAIOIM ors ttu ? f1rl'e. I Iltt..J uia.Y rvu-- f than from all! the medicine IhaJnvt

tried, the undzrH,ncd 'U# |rcvcti> rtcomnt'ii>i from h'TtJitury or wcijuind indi.,p>>" :. It tu stuns to th ir IHMIJCJ, iiia..tr the riii-r 1 tn&tlh Arr V"t:.,iRl luiu bout :b't Lc( p '''P Iv: trrrud ,k-.n:of tnt! cI"'r"r"'lUf disoflT. I have by the.
him to the cleineiicy of tut '.iJ.tUof luc United i i" in chnuac br *tKrliijIttf: vtion; <* trann wititlnT L'. I sari s H in ; tlicr commerce .I tntsWflrt.IY. Ti..1 .:- UI!' peripa u t."tr.a.iu- nterfl
pjwi tv vat wibe! Dt!-aci,bn
< more
r Status." 1 Hut it pecdil manifi-kU itscaluu ry 1 1.dciicy. .- tbs ir hum'wlyd j *--irnr/and ia i ViniH* your
) tu lh-ir .&t. faciion il. a th lvIr
t\ H. LONG, i IU!!ur Charles**! m.- t trrh asp '11 ..f C..JJwcatlier < y yin tu it. b." :eb.ani ipifaioa on th. lump, thaiIIhjIan l

Lieut. Iot. ToiK 4rupaicul Enpnwre.lllUiAKb .i>iit thrra arc other furnw of diaro- in in the br innin: i f April: eau-i.tg a c,'nl!:c In ttKiu Ivr, than in :IHr dil I. r.t U5.d -ip'u tr. ai linl-eJ conceive myself eort rf|

e liLLAFILU, \\"l1kh .ti 'h a climate withal of Hu .Florida lru h hack tf bronchiand i cotiiUfctmall / \\1' 'ta the ft'luwil'! g. Thtf Pennsylvania ;lj' JUt-'nr.rpinj: nutaJi.

31ijurol Engineer. i, Utlt utlh. d'- LJl1dnma C- To tin* b.tr St dcrind Iy -it rxclu! <*rn trim -cuut., by a rote cf 4S to 1 1, ba* pu.*t cVtrfjily trader you this acknowlc j jru

E.V.. MORGAN, thi.claIM I.II"cl1tl"r :. t the cub l of winti-r..t sail pni.t 'r 'adl.n pn,tridi.ijr for the i-U-ction of Jud grs by thepeople. at.wlikh: you will uc as yuurjuJ,meat ilktates.nulne .
Lieutenant Colonel 13th Infantry.Upon In elmnue di.,rd'Ti of the digestive organs tiiitt J l : 1
an inspecliun of the ncord, I urn not when n<' iiiJliminiiiuaxi4: : or NruaAuiai at uid, iiJ i4t.n w h* n r.Uy 1 jurtlilly n- I Portlsn.l 4\rp'ianh.2oldi 6. I'. D .IAY y.RD
( satisfied that the iuct* pruvul in ibis case con cl ;itipi have sJj-crvcned m v..... i.,rtit t IK-V I d, KJ Ib. ,iwm. d&ll"': hud rccuhctpm -
: si i j I BUTTS the
bruu IL k. T" .' who i'ruccirditt4 NQftt"g uio* tie on wrap
: 1 wlmh ntoti Uta cli4-
stitute the military crime td'"mu.inq" I am t l4i Ilk. but the itiaicutikHi U m ntu irrstcdir ; <
opinion that the K cond und Ultra chHrgvn \ 'it*? uf u I Iuietiu: .tal ciurac c-r, n "' nlArArcIdl'n truu.dnJ a I %\r and news p:.tk-n!, jtt t con Ol.a DcrK'
arc fcu,laiu-d by the pn l's und raid the conviction .' pn.iui"s gn lit b+.ff t1; : 1"1n ere r tae \'ah l rat. luck To Lit mr>hy bor, would' teluukid ct nd-o.-vlmt tu |pniriuus n .ticc on the ..IU >.
upon thoM.'chaiNUurruni ihcnlcuce th.. I'jfii uir, nidby 4 I'<,- n'i I& a.r" upona4inI ", tu.i'k tbc cliarvcu4 lately P. C. Z'LSTR.SLAup Dt
nth
13 W.
of the uurt. The H/IIICIIOJ; of u.' r IHJH in ind ijM'jiMLliMMljutici$ *. [ ue pjlic". I to n\ ,fcrir i'' rr iavalut! v/ F.trtliuy i T. O. HOL Ut & Co.,JaekPotiUtArvl
therefore upprovi-d ; Lut, in c',ii,idrs
; of the previiMin in rit..i'Hi .
uablc uervicot'ol 1.1,ute C*.1.! l'r.;in.ait, aut .4' "aJ; trat.'lii.t: I i.1 thi cii.ti.t rare 1r.qurut'.ed I ttt ny wLo. bate nin M d< nJiMy Horn'. it d to the Chair, and Capt. :. GUMKI nppointrdTH ; S teat

the foregoing rtC4>miii -aad.+'.tH ,,f u ui:.j..rny U {xmtrinl uitdvtheiuit i I... ;. lunn r \ "(.w v an inclimil to atmHut ac' I .\ --RS.\rARILLA.- amount o1s
of utUmixsnl **CSirrttie rkwwu" irctitltr much n nil I' do" lau p/vcjation, a Iarj cretary.
them i
.m.mlJcrll.f' l,u.1 lh 1"-lIo1h'| ol 'A,4ui4ti .j ; ly pitpjr rclierwJ 'hi invaluable! preparation ia.
Ailing by
1 from tin H.rt rte. ii ix rduitt'. l I.l under the fads ce..4 11 utUl."ioal lioa of the laUl c. M.4. obj ct of the mating U.ing explained. *
Lieut Cul. Froii..ni: will atxordutgt I ly 1 1)0 r--* .itu.u c.th.ia pu.'trvttiic: a Jf ru J" will b J t>..ii In an rile brtklc }>ubi! htd in the NAtiuauIIctdhicci by t K i hairnnu. out a pcarrlttlln! I the hi.ro'y of me,lieine.

leased from arn,,(, and will r..-stun ..1, uord 'iKJitid; by u wiuUY.-*.u'iJC in Flt rUa. .\4 ir of ljy lib IS 13 Dr. .IIaarJ Ou motion Col.JAXIS B.Cote was nominated have been rrt ored to heahy by it* healing ta4 iferain2elHaty.wIi (

and report furduu.'" LhOUTX'I : 11 ni\: ih' bttnt dJActd Ants B rite*, U. S. A. h .ld< to f J towing t.IJ,., ,,.e as lhDiJpjat'. t.i r.jirscnt! this precinct in the ) werconsidered past the and
J.\ IIi K. POI.K. cf nv,i isci: it M 14 only rtnudy! which Ibv of ixiur Jical niran,as various eer&lcitet heretotpi
ft 'i4 uhlia in ct to the cim! Je ff Florid :etc CtMinntaui: to bt' ht-M at JaJ ..n Court
trln.ni eiui nzr4u11.1 +- i.
u ph >; riuinck map
Lieut. Cul. Frnnt, it, of ih. M.n.tit.iT Ili.lcB < ; pun !'i hvj abuuJantly! pruT It ht. received tbae
lte imcat, it i neconJiii ly r..11..t! t..ii uri("t, : .I'I :. .Ii. etA ., ntxx M. Tuc clinu'.e of Ci,t Florist uLin; U thaw HuiL un this' : th Sarch: 14 H, nod receiving tire approbation of many Practitioners in this aaJ ii|

and will join hU H'-illl': it: li M ,iCt,. The W: it II t. M 4*a g' neral delicacy of thecui.tiuti.t huh- .tur nual,is nrxh u.rc jgrccutlu thanmy the unanimous voa of:the rn xtioj wus thereby er eitien,and I its tepid i growth in the estimation tl
General : + i.I'hitdhuod. allot the rubcolt or : other in th" Uuitcd Siitiv, uraI than
Court Murtiil of whit h Brevet Bri declared cl, rted.Revolt .
Gen. George 31. Brook h I'cuhJmt l i" lu-rcby? ,..trl.ttilli', inunifeioing it..-lf b. .ymptou inJici that (,t' lIal,. In the s iub.rn portkni of thu duly pubuc: hag plcceJ itbcyunJ the reach of JftrtcdaitheetT
dissolved. : .iv.% t." u rcrufuiuus! deposition, M winter fw-nin ula trod is never f! t, scud can M) far that the prccrcding. cf this mctt >:i3rf 'omrtft ton.; Dum eswhjch arise

Iii order: R. JONES, A.lj'i Ccn'l. r-jidrnw ia a tr Inn climiUi frequently produ- north us the Suwannev river hem an tenerally infC be sijrd by tire Clmnrun nail l &'Crclf- the lmpur .1or booJ! or the vitiation of the

To the above infurrrntion of an otlieiul ch:.r- c' K tin nvt lalutaty t tiict*. I but for v ur four nights in a whole inter arid published in the Flurlt Herald: acid copy generally mcb as Scrofula or King's Evil, Rand

actor, whnu to add that it i it p( IIrullunI.'r-! 44 Anther firm of diivxiM rem sins to benl- hat ice an thick as a quarter dollar; H found.Hie be fungi.hd to Coo!r. Jiacs B. Cute ;ia hi ere* Jarpi.'nt: Gout Silt Rhame and other- .
stood that Mr. F'n'mont at the snstaut; f Indi. d to, in which rhan.'C of climite I'NI1.c. winter wcbt .cria ila4>*i ; dcntiali tu the State t'onreit ion. dineaces. Ferer Sore,. Internal Ab.-etaes
intr the notification conveyi-d by the G l't'CCiv-j iu; healing power;viz: premature di cay of the hey utid dcj Order of which the funtcuiu U the material cnnaituti'mchar.dcizx: by pcncrul evidence hat x-a/n WLR-U,1.1 UK JIJulu :tatos U I* tin.J F. L. D.XCCb.1I. \n. Chronic Catarrh Ulceration of the Throat and 2fr

part, resigned his placj in the urny ujx.n the of deteriorated health, wtiilr S. Guxjir.a :crctar.TIiaTcrrltaria". I 1 (Minfut ACtctionsof the ,ncs.Chronic 1ru1ama-

ground that he WUM not conj,>ui' of hatiiu; pin important td htu coinmotilr) m..nil>UNvniptum da the *ky ia |*rt. c.ly clou- and the utiixjcuwrc the Ki Ineyi", Female Derangement*, General '
done ant thing to merit the finding of thcCourt of obnorm.il .. This remarkable IN dry* and :: Cwatrary to w batbciipccudjhi Qttntlon i! and Prostration cf the system. are allrtmoTed bjine.

l against him, and could not .nn to admit iU change occurs without any obvious cau e aught : ..weather iu EastFwnix Wo bar. rrcjireJ and IYM! with gNat plena '
mid in nut inippnrpriatcly: u-rmcd coroin>.m u mach ta.ru.urt t.lc audits IK at
justice by- accepting Lvecutivc clinuicy. e parlance "a brvukmg up of the ronstituliun.9* tfs oppnxsivu than that which is eijicriciiadin UTO thssprch of ib Hott. Oatrio L. Yuttc. in I, Pr.-pared In.' IIOIJ? by A. B.& p. SANDS IX

M In treating of th clunoate of Floiida, the the otthvrn und HiJJlc iJUtcx Tiih b n!* support of the resolutions protoscd by him os gist% 100 Fulton atree. New York. .

Cllmnteof .:a-t FJorlda. primary object hel in view, H tu direct fttt -- ribulcd in a' Knit nrAisur.*, tu its peninsular substitute fur thc c, otfcrcj by 31*'. Dltl1. ', of: JoIJ "L o by P. C. ZYLSTRA.St..Aq
EXTRACTS ruox AAEUICAS JOUEKAL cr MCDI ALI lion tho iu iitmtxN us a vm/rr roideiicc for Mtuatkm, which carts i it to bu f.amMo'on the I.f and by Druj i-ts generally ihroughoat the United
.
I SCIESCE AXD TilE :ulTIICRX Jot n1e4L OF McCI-, uo.thtru ill\'ulid. In 1633 Prof.Duuglitoa coll- Hut by Atlantic bray eti and oo the Wit New York. Tae po ititn ounnd by 11r.YVLt I Price 81 I prr bottle. Six bottles for five dollars.

axe AXD TncAKALxv-OnMyxor Da. **'- d the atcnti'Hi of the prfussiun, ttn the metcurologic.il by cfruintbc Gulfof Mcilco, both of which ;are high and comm.ndirt:, nail oti the '

tILL FORRT U. S. A. D*. J. G. \VtT.LEMA* ; reiMler* kept by the 1II. ca1 vtaC of art:diizInctl y felt ic the wr centre of the Ter bask of the Constitution,ur:um !its arc u.ian : VALUABLE VEGETABLE RE3IEDY.
:he jt i my, to thy vuitblai.aa: of. til. .tuguatino ritory. The summer nights An imtriollj coal(, swcrablc. A corrjp Mkltnt at Washington; DR. S\V\Yl1E'S
ASD De. BCBKAISD: BvEsc U. 8. .\. THE Cirr Mii.l Tampa B\',' a wint'*r r trea. a&IJA.1C13 the bJudM,. arc but cldon
| op HAS fumnhed th.*( l coairotntD srtcr or wio CHKUY,
Ui JUuwing.Vctlh; pub
or $r. Arcu Ttc ux tc. .. ; "A (,m; amen with the IDIt4 favored 4tua Psatires in the h2d. 'inh Utter I fjct b c..- all ld
The destructive and increasing prevalence lion oti: thus continent of Europe nnl i the i- l'bJ..t b1l'hl.idanc on the principle that tic 11th l the JpctCb. Is milJ and plea< to the taste perfectly .

of in the Northern lands Kcld in higher i-kiinution fur mtldnc 1"-1b blu I"piratMrfi which U ant*aptly t. Far At WraLL harmless in I ls operations, and yet it is one of |
pulmonary
complainbt portions und ( ctuabilitv} til! climate fttfords ruts in no itansUng f rum the whole surtax of our bouicsj The Territorial Question. powerful an J certain! reweJies for Consurnptioa tl fl
of the United >tnU* nnd tlu British Provinces du : Acm sarbum of the main I Blood,U*
ptlnlbl
way > raid rapidly cvapomtoi WDCII the atmo.+- xa. yn.s'. as+otcroxs tx rac lL .1T. or ins lung*. Cou h.. Cllclt..nhma.. Spitting: '
bits within few tngrmvd ret u re nl( *inter land nummcr, that of the U and br, *
ycnr past limp pbcrc dry V 'i are Divalent; wuilc: Cuidplaint Pains in the Side or Breast,and rDebility -
much of the attention of medical writers in oust mist and coldcft month and that of sue m the contra r%, in bumui ajid ?ta naut atiuolures ** c.irrtD STATXS.WAnnoT05 orb Constitution that was ever urea
ajiuive m waJllon" vc4>ratJuti slot tnc ofhj
seeking some remedy of Alleviation: 'lot lhi poix-s tkill oeman relief of the afflicted
I for the
(rx.rally In (;,,'or of the Pitiinnula cf Florida. skin become obstructed and a gnat pot late R:ilution- 31r. Yulec! of Florida, the
mod didrciuing class of di in thn United Smiles Semite and
The influence of clim.tle: upon pulmonary '4ands thus: k Fiwi.OTS. Mc. 474, IlomM'39 tHruwn o J f nun the mu in U tWined, on this sujU ct I are daily received from all_ quarters. Dti .

complaint has always been considered one i.J'. F..King, Flo. 428, Mr. Acccuntt, Fio.3M. and tivcs ate U Uiat taa.eIc L&a and opprea iunruich the doctrine and principles in support thereof pa-ible to conceive the gregate of sufferiop tt"l

the direct cau*** of their inception and fatality IVrz"itcrfEnr. 3iJ5 T,mp B< y, FIn arc M fnt u--ntly cipiriccad in our con i.o1 in his *1 pctch,evince much constitutional ery that has been relieved or bar&hed by [iC;'*1r
' J-97,Key \Vest, Fir. 241, gad I n,2'41. The 'iuttnern' acd tfiddle Suites c'uring the KUinnvrn I'-nrnins ,in I>jrcal researchnddocr'e+aIL calculate the iuunerue benefit that aul! su'. |
the regions of ice and nuw being the chief m'-nn ninjunl mnci is thu-: Fort Kin( Fcv .nlhe.Tac we .
localities of this class of disease, while those 78',Napl:. 6r, Horn. 6?., Nice, 60". \I".tp. of this climate U ,him and bU taUr. Errors have sprung up I hereafter. AU ages,sexes,and constittttioassJM I
salulrity
beyond the influence of intense cold arc almost bier,69T.. Atrotrsrnrc 69*, T"MIJU Bay, Flc. I KX MtrvrUbl grt\a ctflabli-ifacdby the data which now 0'i tbi subject even nmo'ijc thus who repudiate I afT cted by it.and the disease is eradiated frs*" tT 1

:;*, Pi-nzanor, 49%Kr'1V (*. 37'. .- Ih"cel.bmtcdVilrmt Proviso, and it becomesthe teat,the constitution reptired, and health rssisi
wboly exempt Frnm these facU and from a i mad ba uig war of -".- years duration
"On the co ivt of Florida, the irra:- number uurds. Our in Florida during this duty of the South in thU morrrcntou*. criuilo the u*of DR. SWAYNE-S COMPOUND ." '
) the influence :d\upoD the lungs by the pai 250 whil* in the army pc *!
fair about
of "
days ti riud a'ctl5-d about 6JOQQ men. Th.'*o uicnuui be cohitantly on the w.itch tower, and to sec OF WILD CIIERRV. How many Sff? N
titular condition of the atmosphere, a chnngi ')orth ptthcrul tram every clime-they to it, that they are not xvMn; fd,(even unint n* Jolly behold approaching to an on timely gra
from a cold to a worm climate has been long per ttm Let not the invalid howCTer,tru\t much crtry wswu-th'y fQI.nrr liooally) by their profi srd frkn'K. Tho doctrine ed in the bloom of youth (rom their i alai.
regarded the if not the only! cidrict-they wtre objected to such COsTIOa
as roost powerful with Lint fatal malady,
o a change of climate. Unfortunately fur the karutbip,and cxprKurcs as arc meat likely to U now advanced by many.of this description friend. afflicted :
remedy applicable. c.bun.etu the pTihdv, it has been rncotn- iruducu diKTuc-any yet notwithAUndinjf all that though Congnna bas not the power to .w9teTti wag sew the mise'raNe sufTerer ,
Hitherto tho South of and? tho Weal mended indi criminatcly and without skill. U asclt '
Europe
proper tail the proportion oTdistlh* which occurred hterdict slavery In Territories hereafter to be beyond the power of human
India Islands have born principally veiled fur con & rLtion. It hat bcn too often rvorti d in the F.ofKU army (inclu-iinfc those who were that thePrePle wouLl l only make trial of Dt.8wIJDe" rp < _
health by those whose irv-onenabled Uum to :b us a ln- n njrc rr forlorn hope : or in caws !iHcd iu La llt') during the first. fair ytwri of acquired or at present existing yet of Mild Cherry,they would find the* .
of alleviation runanent cur, th< Territory,who remove thitb
or :on 5
susceptible may
do Uu war (the mug mortal period WM M buto.t varioosinefl eti i iwt ,
while
to, to most it was impractical lo to un lived than gulping the
I.{ y
it has been wholly rm nnpliod. Ortp person \ to tar, conipan d with thuecof the south.wtattru rr, or may La;pen to bo on I it when acquired this *'
dergo she and dilficultic-s of nucktog wih the ccraiy : 1 which new- abound;
expense hurried from his native land : our -psperw
divloon nf our army in which tho bare an i/iJUrq** "JUto legislate aj to their domestic
such distant examination tmvint his .nfcrings Incmised and bitcjsuorutied. heals the ulcerated lungs steppes
localities but recent y ruuju were s a.ia+avd in oxftt&li qarUn! inclusive of of the subject RetneJy *"'
and coranarisuns made cf the climate cf the l.f in ++nt &ct is proved by statistics In policy course night sweats, at the same Uma ioda big s .* ,F-' :e

I\-niruula of Florida have di clo cd the fact i let j'llorc in big nwn family. Uhile an:thrr, the {Burgeon General'*otCcc,ana wo oifciallyjpurud of slavery. It will be prcccivrd that the con* healthy expectoration, sad tho patient-nB; v

that oho might derive much admntnte from the t three yu rs cju by Surzt-wi GcccnJoilrc. S qucoccs of such a doctrine would be equally himself la the tnjoymeiit of coiafoft k bNj JnobUo
iUcUmaicJ*not only equal but..rica o .han;r, is .1t: nbro-.d wholly uninMructiti in u frtal totlu rights of the South as the doc in mind that Dr. Sways.ls.
beat
either thai of Italy or the \Vat mug .Islnndi-: ret nrd to ho n'l-ciio.i of o proper residence, L.lWIU6l.T.. It CWIlioeL trine contajVd in the Wilraot proviso Itsclt.- should

that there is thus presented to the Invalid within tar iTtforant I of the various circumstances by 'II years
tvhirh t hear th* M'tSt Hd'iUtld climate can be The latter would tivctbo po.er to tile federal

his own country and within, every acres*i< ,':- '"-d 'Umficlal.II f > i i I I povcrcmcnt.to Sn/iringO upon tho Constitutional cal aaJ only) genuine srtiela k.oely = ",- l

refuge from tho cold regions of the NuVthy) one of fUr irvwt rrwrrful rcmcdUl r- SIX WCEU fica d The following; extracts from ) lical Jour ?nt.,nnd ono which in many r*.s will aimiaitntkadebnnk DOG with tic wills the territorial It 4 .e-
high eminent .,!mlt no U'tw1lfU, But much perraantnt ..dI I, .Rd IfpotI the .,ail J Ftaasro I. Aattrc no would giro it ta YemmcnL phisde 1ph1a.J'
Bate and from writs
of
n-putu vantaj: ;" w'Jl r"?.ul% neither from trav."lio: oor lira 0.c, .! Csutn Rosto sew cIf--I rat ene of the main objects oC Mr. Y 1ee'- resolution Dr.9wa'.Compoad Syrap of Will ,
in their profmubn who Hare d' 'uf'd CI'tCL1.. JEI"n1Of-W the Mgt of Ftosate tU A* CWtyM. ;
attention to this subject cannot fjflwith : luc! cxar.Jael % un'r,* the InvaUJ acb rrx .lrieUy. w such I Irc&Lnx.D et&&'!. 34, IBI8. IIrf LL"V Y"'I"QM I c&ctualljr and admirably performed by the T.. rfag the sigas-ture of DR.r .Ili.,.1 (.

much Interest aid I't'hpoc ar his cute may trq uire. .


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.1 .id-b- t Rea u in-aJ11he ptb' i &oe'DI tbrot 'd. E E l..ra ..rc '. tip"1)- 1I..'e.O eaot,- -or- .plkrsat.- a a_thnty or Gcenw 1JM.'Io. ae-. ,known,to-wtiify-.> SO! py OM tnxn J ivr tV ru 19C7' .. .. .

Ac United 6u tea.fiM I % .'R' J>CH NCK A. t a. is Watt.cfter of. cot bat :0 tae blaJ of the pe t oat'to.rp'rml' thata.Mr'y Ar.- the trims tin 'nd piss; wHf tV'.eli 4
A De.IlEALTRS .Kw .a ,L nr.t-.I.ia Ceaoe W.,.. "ai .-4 2.22 2.9 .
F.'C. Zt'LSTR A.St. : t.we : apt a 1' c( land tM Nyrt.tre* Lard '
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L 1-2! >! 1D".r. artktr A"raa.% w Vi.es. I F>r 9 Been- atC":'spHromr*,ra'l 1 ,?r otV* of Jnr a Flier.n part of the Low Gr at':Moacnr4 ttf

HEAlTHtTHOMSON'S K *,ifi C. Igsala,1ILL'ac.. ie1'ltt tt Inwx -. ."'r?&. lord's a -iqtr ntryttrn car gaan Mtag to Uoi nJ EaJdler. te a* > tad ty i otaJt

.*->1-wVraa J flfc I; : -fS ,t. .+- trt,i.c,.II It... f thyear ISC1.
..a .I-$ S3 ,lci1 in.4rUUr. t c.ro 1. tie rt',' Ts.l.sattbrte Alao- Wj be mil it eM aaae time tad p!:. "

I ,,rovn Om' or TAE d. wlte ,.uaTJU.fk.r I 'uiCsa4.4.JOO j, :-1 xw.. t .:1 .a .. : 5:3fl acre of iiuxf. ",. the Northwest Head of Ia- .

C IZT.C1X RE.VED1 J" tkrcurt./ I p .. IU- .4. 1 ., Pit .of D-wen. AI'p..t.e4t"tt Jan RytrbckrsgistRlothe eatau of Ruben f4An y., ...
CONSUMPTION, s.I *" "4 M <" ; x I "* '-. .:. Z t. 1 ,. .. Iv MU 7 and pry UM the uir fcr the ytw 1547.

._ r. t -- .. ',- 4. ..a..r, ., :"' .- : """. U.-1)O J acre of Lad 1 lying sis tales East froajr
tfd.,10aCLity.SpI'lr:t1.tH' Telnln "\,Silt C '.. e* j :. . .. tp '. )0.. ? 'U OarJwa. oppo.,l to belong the estate of F.
.a'
ls t. J'4PI.i -'J. : I ; : -. ,l. Ar,..oJo.toMtLiry and 1
-In" S TAN'. o rrrarl :1. -- 'r n tu 't. ir, pay the tun lOt lie

JVHorifl' C..tA, ttrovp. Kies,. 1\-- c..c"c"a.cClt"\'f =. ... -_ ..4ta..I,;. ".. .r, . ro'a Itu7.a' .

.11", II eased Gil,.. .,4 -_. -'. ::-U.ew-! ta.e1d1..9d Crth.f : ..- :. .t', .. -S .\ '1 +- ,ri.1 ie w'd it the mac time end:e*I.S

""",Lifff' c.-I'Zait. t = # a ....a .. e 1' f .l :.t r_ 'fa:1. r. .. r t 1-ltease. .* .or an 1 near N w Suiyraa. bpondtd 5' nk by
I/ttfr".f,":,./ tit TAmrMW. f Mft.OfJHhcdisra xx .1--. ? L ? i .a.-t I. ,1.J... set ft. '.e. .. .I .'. ... r' .,. .' \ II ,.. tn< -. bwloo Q1nC to John Ballon to anti}r ta4
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Incident tow cttm.te there is /..7. =. .e A I . 1'i1 I IQ. p ; tI tan a fur the y.4r Is.c:.

. 1 and a' die amt time O dOtY; aDd t-.-. .i .< ; I v s' t'.Iltcr .; .,. ." .....: I. ... IIIIt' St (-\\& br oU: at tbs rtja time and plaoa,
.lyt'fll11, A .I.C.
aptt N i, ea> ; :,- .1'.. \ A II J.I I.?":t t ncca of land at Mooot OawtmU on the Jiafl.ita -
OD. In this country N'p''Ciatl1.! r.1. j i.I -3 luna&c.1ftf tI.. wif Dna. M.I ;II.. -
,01.II CODIWCp .. -I.1 ,. r. lending to the estate of Tbcmaa Fitch to _
.f1CcD..um .:O.1 ii emphatic!y a trwrrrf. and I '''z''z 41.': ,- F1 1 r I 55H 13..St Vein last ltl Prp-r ,b'L..r b C..Jm at aaI rQ'r, .u,"lJw.', '. F... :..rr aJ py ties tales for the year 1M7..M .

reT .cm thclsnJasa Do .1. to sad Tapestry Faaey r..J't"I. I1.r'Pt I It". .. t II wi i s o ,.' *-Will be M>U at the tame tine and plate I'
ntrn r
Ifl. .Iii 1it1t low. with rclcnU,. head l. the !I. c.1r' ,_ S! wI I c. I::T :lt ateGYa.f w .feb.I...J.W,. ..1 +.shay .: .f'It' ...J 0*>4* !!.!> acre of land a part of the Crtta tract Ia

oriD ADJ'I l'!awing rJTbe'proFrttct t/a' 1 ..:. i Iau il LnCl.Ima..ac. ?"".t th. nzi.r'ti.tht,4re 1, a I taw't..I .- McDftwiU Swairp belonging to tic estate of Joha .
IIuLr.no +t.M 7
fl11III"A ana runt rf our race, .' i Il" wi'rethe! 'p'.I.p.a rie-'l t- r1..-e JJ. II. L>fyandpytheuxeaforthcyearl847.:. tlI
here proud 1:1, .d aUel fp ?'-* : A ? w. i J. C. [riooih Tallur AM! Will he JoU
> the
: tkidra.'J! cli..et ; i* & nte ef Ilirrv A+lts j a>iai.Forrrery :I at amc time a&J place.6OOj
tetras .Zt..ia. .Sr 2 JZ2 N a S< i*.4an 1 rUe/t,n Ir*. oc.w;1Crit. kra j acreaof l4:1i South of New S
wlti l oat p'tw wu a: tears the ,-jn -. -, -i r 7.1 *to kr-o ii aj .i 1-y eta'.1 nyrna/near Jane Mnr-
/ lt rem Hacwhat auaoooht"f the ccrtaiprotrea' I *: 5fH em llvct. ilUTUl.NU .. a uJe alr anJ terse:.fist dray wirr. .ea rri1:'.at } Va*<*- ,tifwl frr : ray. tart.own*J hgr Ca.oune McArdy, to aati ry aoJ
dMlIk-rin,. It'D.krill' I&4I-AI at wN : ly atttaiwi J a** '' the fcr the
etK rater
pot I : JfL the pitrpxe of'r7 n t-e :'' ,i.. "! .4 r* errevr py jeu l&47.I .
tothNtomb. I 'Er G.V._ 5. rL.aJ ,.., i', .> cab nS .rutt > wti... wJrr .r ca 'bolt Yt! .fr..r'. el Al:
,1IItIi b.inc d" prtp&rl uon to the .y.1.I1-! : -i 5 ? f M .e.t U r he. p"7 tEe rl eae "n,to rrr. w. IA A t. ., '! tsr 10S arrti ,.f hnJ knvwn a* the Spring Gardentaititknltoninsto

tit -. Irate ,r 1M. ,.c.-t'... .. Judge Marvji and othera k.fi
unmrf.ihe 1'P'rtUU.IY err ere -Ta ra-I t- >
1 e.would 1 the n, .n. .. rn. ..s :*rc ..iB:H i ..&her ilaii.1... I "..: : ....N! OC'.' '. ,' ,.. .. iy anJ p y the tam for th* year 1P47.Al .
tea .
iutnm" an '
froand U pa t. forth ; ; : -: .I I r. 'fHi.f.4wsk.tsa.d't.a.q.L.ftl- .tV. ') "1 '.' :. .. n-V.ui be a/iy: at the rome time and place! 3000

tit "bida it _&Lti up:nor daim.a to the 1fnioD tlr !,---. . :. nt t ..M L.D s\o.1ri t.ruU.j sue, Ie .. a \MR.- ...".. a s I-t... .:. ,. r' ,' .. -t. cf bn I tt ihe'Kaw Crack Ulonpnir to the eivf -

affl! t!Uul ail who require iu a*rosy r-pf, fall -- .--- t T.-.c Las 1.hate tetrad UW tr p cL..i '. two ..1Hr .f"I o. l tie%rue Atlin.-on Hrury Young Eirentor to
the *
1 Itearttire powers Kiner i fc. fimt prrpj. () rlrit' "ft1.. u t44:..e.J :ktkT U 7.waat a: the F. c. .a r. K ..ry .. } .% rfc ? ... -..&.; .y tk iac fut ihe year 1947.

eonfiJeat ia it hippy I "J 'r.y.'T1a7 nu ,trtlJ t ssi jI.IK a ." M... .. p.... 'tte I't.:' : A i iv-WiJ U. .o.'d: a t the naie time and pfeee OOO
he bn h.1OuWtrC'the pl'asare of witn-silnj; rn.-o t tits! 31 i i'1 t Cetawre t.u wz.x s..u'aJ .. a f ..
. titian .I .w.ll 'Wi"c. w. Hit. .f .r."I""t1. .. I ,; we % -n nrar Nrw Smyrna bounded North l"f

f m iu.uneet; but be had dotnnuid ; d.*U.t nt T iJ Can.1,0.: aid .\-. S.....; --, ,. --1 (.. ..t .. .II, r too art I,11 *..H I. r. ,'c, 'J CMIOI : ;("ed to belongoig to Y.i .

I to offer it to the public ant) be had become thoou /* err\', in Oit 7.h ,tilt ..(I.crut:* j I. < ttrttrr. .1 1t ..It s i err'"' j.. M.... :.! JW .: ir U .a'y.t .t': fy anJ pa y the turn far 18 17.AH '

. lot of its efficscy. Having .wh convxUB Ie Til" L rJ lah: tau C nd :hA Ce.i.. : 1 1.1TA _n".,r L''r a.. .rlr.1i.nf, aM:efr.t te: --V*.u te.,:d 81 it e same tare and place WO.e \
bly convinced iLScte !" at-ti.io-.t rr.aett rant cvII r r'rr t ..t.t sfre Nt..;.. .. Mat :o to .-.. .*! I r. a; GtaLttb Swairp \xhof rag to the er .
bepowccnfiamtly) rfl, It aa rmedy ---- - -- --- .!.,. .'f; II, ; k.l.a..ra (:. 11'.
l Iat .hw t at .1"at.o v( HUI pAIn. "1 ': C1aL.to satisfy and pay the taxes fur
rs"rltl Oijn'
PCDlONARY trUNS113lFprtraDel .t ; 1'+I.. /.ass.t.1: ji, S;.:
Lit" lS17
for the earecf Pit" p... ts.r.C br'VL. ." espy "n a:! ya+r .t
TION; audit kiiidrrd duK *'. ''Dn 4II .a.7 q'rzt a. *..w..t'..sn'. 3..i.a .. ua .Ma W. .i.!. ': r '1"t t. tli .d .let-' ,' Al.-\'Ja heel t a: the reme time and pace! tieuoiifi.d

{ .- :.',01. .7a.w.al. I. 1"e 1 :0 's .I"r-ct'f 10. p 1 ..ash I':s r..oml.Ih, : ;tw,. think cf the Orange Grote plantation
I the toDcnrin rrpeakfjritulft I J.t Zf.:. 'kry.r '.".e-H. itJl"aP ,++ts..t rky'rriaj.' s 'ah,'e to the'5t't. lb.e't -,. :nr 1i-Jau Hmr crnuir.in U,20O acres of land ,

-lhlYt u'It'd'TH('nu '. tv oi.rxn StIr or Tat tl'b.l.o:. $utt ,I. H ;.1.,:. ; **a-r'1 4cn. 'mtii. 4JJUOD. I P atltro that .'l Itnr.a.1 's'r:y' ti ''.n: Of' -ssebnt..l lt"r. y '..& u ly SCD.U! II. Will mllnd Brthera to ;

. WOOD til.tsL't: fur Wlae tiuat' iu laY pt.cU.uJ t nU_ oag 5CP+. IIrt.J'J II I .ot'a'a: ..' .. \,.' !t"" ,l,?.. t,. ."Mtl: S'II "rurymi j"'r the itxr'tW the yttr 1847.

bve f cnil it the most efiicicnt rvntdy I bn rw ud Bth.-Sch. .\u.t\! .; t...tI&U.'Utt p'. I:" } I oIa..en tV .L y H-.*J. -jrif-l T- .r f- .!*. ya: .r. .\fct ih?*.
aaa Lrcn&CCaurrbrtc.Wbragntttirrittbty & I I Wert. QIUJ).1 I r''.'" .h .es.iiit a *. 'r p- j a.? pU. I l': ";llf" on ..- e3.">.t.< ef LIG-Gro..r Ic.rgiolao the estate
. D'QnzUT1tecarru. -- .:''f': :' C.j.'li. I th% p mi i *oo of th> ..';!V v". .' 'hrr1'AV O"ike,to.au.rand pay the uses f wtb weal ma of tic pabjonary etcsu.H.th :Carv hell c m..i & ,t uu cny f>r 9 usa '. .
: 1''Ullb?I'n .TIrrchn U.NfCW Src 7tk Bf'. rO.dtaed.Se Thnt. > 1 J ai. lt47i .
I
,minted. 'Deeap1Jst7 whirls it ace U rosily in YORK WI10L ALi UOU3CS.Th I ..,t f. r t', a.r CIC-JIC. t 4W"! sl the b. the doty of"r arh tnJ n' y Drat "P''yeas. 4 vn' ,i -v". UM' J at the time and place! 404 arm Ir'
. .itb isimmedatcly f jnJ*ceoU(1.OTT *.II1.t I r tar exp DId rtl Cir city ihl ordmnec I u.n ke > !Gen I ha the eat side tf Lcke George
i&f.&ur.-btTt dr.pura vr orrt'fIIIoAD: ui..u, tilt ? unJetfifm
M-iduttts Wi Impurrrt.au411.'iti'.k .
w. 'e'a "J totS J utI Boot i
eJ9. p.r p II"fti Vp.'p-rwent or nLer P'MV w.tkn thj in aLdtoab. .:estawot Chaik! \\. Clarke to Mtiiify the .Uixear
.' fL" n,1! Ly It." I).*H r-,.,.- IH'W p J" rf ..a. An XT ft-1 f Is<.// .r oiVr .
want rctnenor D ipr yrar I
q <
.. .la lm.Mry: CocMiinptton it can br off I witli conf i KULL STOCKS U nil lot tale! make a
RIw 'ny are kept or exposed tn a true minrnt -
. ( oer.bra: ai ptc..I.. 10 t cry Germ *f that dii a.. pirui-n.Merchant:'.,pln.t..1a.11It'J 1eIJa: .a c.S :5 Y.lta (. e D... 3&1J ia wruia j vnVl r oath (which oath the Clerk o'l ltHiry Orang County Nor.30th 1b47. .
il iluJ
.11 I ccs .!.t ft a vriirfne w U wonby ih- ttentnn! Tai Urge anl ai*>J r..ot.1I-s11 wdnaCr N E 8-la..111Zciaaa l.'oanetlia hereby aaJtorized to adrainrtr/ --

from the i imputation cf tw YORK t.u arc {fjf . J J'bf r..atn? xurp: > .4IP"f;11 et'.p.' "DU sap ran -
1 : him. them in trade 1..llh!
f'1IJPWr-J hrr. ,
1:1.\11U.nS. W. D. c'J'} naru:> for I tenet alit-.our. au I #, t... ., .. .if.glsrms,.. Jwtt- tr".*t>lo ty ir NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
IIIc. pinelc)1. I.I \.ilI". lu -y IV !'..:.n- any tr;Jj ". i4a L /..r'.V f*/ "J Iwrl'-tjll.lC' rp.f > .4 Jie I!!'rk oIl loJoeJ >b!tl not sue license until ,M f PURSUANT to a deental order of the lion. G.
Fk"&fha. Or. Jl1. 1 4G. M Itttla.ntun J ,vur Jrtr/.Uitt' iif loa fflw. .1 I r'ra is 1ft1.. 'aJ any ,t.as inploTin; I'C"r pfv ''J W uCtAt JuJjr of the Circuit Coun in Chan*

17" t4r.,, u..lr..ne f: p.rtd only! by Axcxtrt j i I po .i.. butte wJ *u I n in ca twOHt. w1,a Loft '- I T .X1. kn I.. ,cry ow a ne. than arnoan ft c wbehbr.'hiK r-ry fitting tale oa the 6th day of Norember 1B47 in

DKIWS.atC.cc".otr" r..hwJ.! prune i treru, p-cUuliy nuu-d to eiiutia; 4IU tcr ral St< *k. .o.' -ttnJ.I. G' 4 rdstsl If lie "tWit tf tae !,,10. h7t'v.ul.ahrrr! :s : IXV kf" a retorn '.revl certain"1. r wherein Andrew U.Wool tu the u r if
"Eo.: a.'r n e I.. s-r A' -. fcr. n r sent+nn'y! arHniffrU
I rt'f. .-I.t"fI,1 Ar'dM,.. "r Airnri._/ 't.a.=."ti.e: I ,! 'r. Holmra.wa complainant and C. S. Aldrieh eietttor *
FldladclpUl.Furs.lrby fe'aarrth ,0' tk..U! thrrene.
r)' : h. rt s wr
.'1em r1.. Fd..i. lSia.11ca r. i cf Dorothy Hall wan detcndnnt the creditor of
.r.t a- r r 1 t. rte. tr.l : I p.ri I l ;
.. .
a. .fh' .: .if. hat
P C Z\.LSrnA, %ugurtine. 1 'It' : .
j s t he said DurotLy flail\fn .'ed
I -J.I4C4e1 c ,f- .., a: fcVr .. tie -I. [ i4 : are hereby requrrd to
Sal rrfpcculle drug'i.U wtsi".y.' KeUticil ., p-rl : before the ietugned a Muter in Chancery at t
i pc .. <,aud.I.u:1f'-- 0. r"'j 4. IT : t y f r :i na ,"' ,at 'C-: ;:: rear r
Price 50 rut,orI p-r b. e. Beware of faaitat03f. ;ar, Arc.A. aul .t "i E$ ,.. ,..'.. .., '.. '.: V. 01.. '. ... '. 3t.. r ear alt ny oi&e at the Court Hou*in the Cltr; of !St. Aojua-
. tine on the 2Gth Jay of April next at 1 10 A. M. of that
L & .\. Sri u. r : .. .
T. .
% >5 i;:1 rc'.. nona .JCbaunbtou r '> l' : r tn t. c
l
,, sal o'th&debt
HIt: A of.- . Icr mak..p.-o..J cUima aeiiiut the
t.N ". ) tJ. ., a'.hD.! thi
r.
tr' t. h >
tIcI -e. : a.rr! "C ail estate an J in Jtfiult! of ro doing they will bIprt'*
O. ,
,
NEWS FROM: TilE TANADA; LINC. I;, .bar..t vf St,1 f,:nt" uIt. :.i.l1m the be urSt of the d of a P'f"': qU..f. .... Lbj err Hand S ti'd l.1 t.J. j I"' ).'/'.y r 1': f liiijr fT, .id G. R.
Tie tf fntn '. FAIRBANKS.
Uowuc a hilh"'fttp-t1.ab m thf nt : L. ..tr. fA. .
Caw.J 1 G 2dt. .. I A'f 1l..er I -
au r s. g s'u.ir. Ore p rain I t at. It. .w.. a it'tin3)pnet1S'aslass Master ia .
Dr.. D. Just-Dttr S./: -I am ery pUd to inLnn ages up*.' !*. al a* h r n h p; i.- ,. -.nyr.tabliAt other -t' q fns. .t.I p'f caniaj- J.1.a !y rwu t I I.t I.r..i'. J.:' .- 'r.".11 ft''J pun L. ';,M1"1" :.a, 154 19. Chanrrry.Jnnoary 3mi'jrr1

lot dent your ta.d>cjtt art going very Cart. lad,-r j An I //r.Y.t r .l -.e' :a J n. h 9. not b pt --
I tetl csnch;h'tIffr2tnJ(rent the goof account I M of tod ti'-rc< I : I w : h..u ii, ret b. C"'tf'l"J.d by 'h'ktk .. '
tie l MW.VliuIconic pa.-r1' A.' the nrk-*a Irr tie MTV KJL ane+.* tail tee satoou rale Musr.tr Ltod.Fr .
i3 who ir a"in?dx m. Th-!A 'rTI\'C PILL are s 3serx :. B.dJtJw tc' The 'r tLe rff ,
i \ < t .lIn ; :u.r4 : h-r'Ltr. S L.: 10JG 2-3 (f the Plantain calf! 4! Or.
t L&$Wyot any th rg of the kin iu tLr country. t1 I tf.t. ..1 .ins fa. II e.ri7;ta 17' .a1 I I. z.it ,I .ic 9B.I j.'I".o-J'M.l.J'.. T'.uC w. !' G ,.\- L.,ice; au nn'iridcd third part of the

Cvcrjrobe **: to pra.c them a* well a. the other C T. LOVG TRJjr U.t hire-t'. V i ..k oLe. ...y of iv ry cr+t. K* p r* a :-ri'T in Ii J i Jimnreii.c thi.,riy in:*t.'ntwth'pluis1or'r! / (..rof.ar.: I llsM-aj., I/ rat" p..J t'y the Wilnacu' near.
is ro &rfire ate ty Elsttr a at w rd -.irjr* ,f J AL! .
; 1" tray pvtpetty'pis the Jjnnce br I tar t1 .
. aeraei! aa race sre h-H'f r P ; the X..iai. .t"I' aNa Liar KiT'-r Hahiajt in the Comely
fI. X" Cl NJ, ant. i
ptort. I tart. hnw to : shear % Je tV Mt
pnpr-J a pp4JiI Kn to lEa &a iy fo
oty bit aH oednsa,- a .nl pert of crJtaiac of stair eiythiteinbe ,f o-sarE at Hurt?h.anJ alfj >inn; the pi"n.ations'f
The ALTOIATIVC 11 coinvrry w-n I am Sow the 1a-g:i "d cf CLO THING in the Uat J I I nail :rr inu MJ I leafy Mir Iii a oriect aeew art of|it i f7n.l .It-Ht/tSrohTec'..( bi.or I'It" er J Ccl.Arni-.iroug and 3f If
; > tie-t r by met
rry aloe
S.alt. Hlil.a'.J (, the I II
tieM try! out of tlTOMC t'EItMIFt'Ct.hrrngsn.; r S".t"wra and tams Wessas.a any teas yc; tTy tVy laU be the cwt or a 'atK I aaU.a be .IJ sal fa me.. a. n I tndftSwt &3 Liilr tunas of :/. AuptiJIC: together
.
rcha ... TbMr Jratjt the p"I.1
tier ; in ;,air inrrrd to cAnJ tat if
e&argf
JT4 Of S Luul Mt The call! for t'n slays p,t h*, anJ tb o.brrmepwtJJ'm any pin Ukn-of. w.tIx tit t.". itOt; *mcjr miL;..rii iova ami otter cpper
call cxvninr : Kork. A>rrgtrJ nyhr a.l pjCM. i,I Ne alwl wdC; j bJ or tr &* to da i..or gir*a Lie r".J 1.0000c.hhf' d.' f Ftit ha
m r > ry.C irwreof winch
ruin i
un-ir.er w (Yer were be.
eoropnt! ) erp'aihrd mr. The H \\R\ TOMC i,n e I eballtn," t'OWP'::., I nt..a.b''tv. ,fb-.oriSe7taiDcpMicMirietira.be I'
1S43. .ID HUnPIIRBY?. tl, u.I aaUPlin
J Iou.u: j or in any wise app Mlinc: urto thr *
ttN fed wookaa Isere-; gentleman whob
UU for IS crSO yea**, haa hi* hair nca-Iy half an inch Po mlriaVVrlU.. the .Le' i1.11ape an4 C-.ftcil. wbkb nJnJ c..t -/ (:..anti iZ ,by Jed IMH put of *nl plantation pn-b' sr.and property

long end bi ttily" UK J rat bottlf My wife I* fan 10I PHRCNOLOilT AND rULLI-HClIJ' *. 131. ti"tt aIt II t.f M tin! of th. tltw.1.' ciutiW.orbaNy i M>kJ by John T. Williams: to William II.W Ulan.*
Naresd.4nct. t tt.J tro'isro: ci raid a.Jc.r.or W..k.tGybriatserara \31\ Kale of Ln id for Taie. J c'amaH! II.Williams.Ajplyto .
M the 11 AIR TOMI sb may afar I rrrrivrd it.io .' mul"i I tie salcoa.a are palest BC SOLD on Thn: Jiy. the fret aa Col. ORLANDO REEtJ,

Fresco b*t hair(rum lalliaj: cHjini only c,ed It take j jwL I iI Floor o.i n nm.ALDRO. I I dro J..rr 11Vte t ties M I r"sal Cov dL An I that WILL Ji t-. A U..I>4 between the bu itate bngb 4. C.

It art only a 'P:' i| r hail tram filling crT j HO YT &C,.. M,inufirinrrr Flror OJ c p. I 111-.1 I CIIID'k 'J1 paiJ dry Msr'I sI. br.id ''of JU anJ .' .k,at the Coutt UOOM at Mr&mr.. J.\ tEot RIZ.P.coUta. .

k hoc CVh. 72 John b1ft Iaa.tf 2'litert1orsntaptr.o.IUfU7atcharge I'' M Or aje C.t .y. a ofij.rw quaauty *f the LtLw- W. A. FORWAUD. ,\aCW'tine.
bipto j.ecd n w hair three inches Leg by .be twef '. eonftant'y hand t grn-
eral assortment of these roses.) UT aJ 'sslsl4 p p'my.the tut owner,."..>,o. pe tag T. eu o G_aau Lat: iv Mtrfy aa4 pry thrtaxet :t. \nguttiBe Part Florida,January Z7. IMd. .
drnrt!oral,. Et er>-one It pl'ated with it that ha I : !. ill 1a ..CJ"LI ttsabse po.n shag due the Stale .f i.e... t.1 l the County ef Or-

tied iL Y wrr. T. C. BUTLCR.Tb1I D. N. *cheo A Ply the "" AnJ poa C* ;."t.pry aiJ tea fit Qt- a.tol fir the yaM Jf.i a_. J' 4>. ioj-tLer with at. Valtiublc H nr A Cotton Land '
;
r I rnr' I of 4 aiJ drnunJ ,hQ br arid kpi to'traao cha .. k. .
*,,.J.n, 29. J8iG. tnm tea Tor TEACH LR.: & ,CIia"
furm-hing Hall.N'o.S FOR SALE.tHC .
: for aX ritJ MvL,I t.key (tit,r .rJrgmab writ 4 IOJW :.jl tt* :3 .proMerritt'.
CON UMPHO.V CURCD. Be ktiisn trrrt Cl'culars furnifbrd on a pplkatsoa, to thil t&f., U*? :4"iJt up-io .iJ laitM prpnyanJ -: laXaa n*...f4 ...'1 h UJ'pus taotAptJ.icr FOLLOWING tncu of Land ia East Flor*
r Tie Ixtteu must be post psi-L I \i 914. L. &La cJa c.Jod."i an.b7ta J| iJ .. now vfierej Lr ale on'iery low terns
. Lflcwjjj: IOUCT; k (sun,a highly; re prtatle met- ,rQ iV tan terr.rc.. web ciy D ,' a.Jt.g. t \
. cataotdattd Lt.iPto'D.\ ( C II. 11 :SLCOX prietcT.. ."z,_.' .: Jrocoh.. uor ta .auy ail sal t,..c. Hp.. '. *>V.' r. I itu ,aiKi** now aa4 axe wrll worthy the examination oi pertun deiu-
..!tt'. 1O.1344. t.I' Sn 1 ."r..ud ILea 7 .uNtsi 'boal: pat Uk pets f ppo.e-J M bviovg! la M-a... Ji4 The abote :our cf baying Sugar and Cotton lands in Florida-viz:
Dr
r.r D. JAYXE-Dear sir It i< tai! by p'iy .n Crad11 I/a.rrrol' rat. dut-rt e u Bt p,j.c. i iB ,>f the OCB: &r. prrian LnJ wi3 bee d ea the iu.. t-y tai :. l&e'.io' wt The weL kauwn aaJ Tcty extemave Bulow: Fun1 alien

and a ly the ma* of rat'kind believed, that Cou-urn p. HAVE ft.h'lyd 1M brat P'I WU for Jirec MtccrMreyear I .!, J tb r"+.od U".uJ irna .!aS br..w::.Weu : iWy an I pay IM tait. Ju: to. dutr s f fWtla awe thrCvunty utabe! for both Cotton attU Suq or *situated at the head

OD rams k t'Urt'J-ClaL when otter it Lecrae actt- 2202 Creed y UK w n*
diD the bnmaa trio-nth'Il f jnbr".as icaia.:brb...ct ttsry weal I -Ui2! U .. .. at the mtutM aitJ 'aee.I tire niilrt-'fforibof Mucquuo luietaad thirty live South
'stem.nothing can eradiate or/tay itaP iag'iicrrrofyj > pnrnlu nncl be dJ..nbtr.1tt t\l p ". It t..d..f S. ..d..warr. Jt j 19 acres of 'iu on tar N.J> rcrt Head of I of S:AufJuLne.This Plantation, cond KUd ry

'pm,but that it w& eon nut the work f Jc. rot I, ItfflO .**. I In LAB Rirr.granuJ bTu P'DJ-.h (*'jTvrnu* nt i" I the lave 31:. Boicw prerioa to the India war wfu (

r wn until iu tletiui risk into the (ran. I W & W H. LJV.1*. l2 Cht* boa I. Ftc. 31. ff >/";, .Se., ?.-: ,I Ja>. -./ beoaf Lab!., P.08... oa the Joia diy vf Jon'-,one Uaw-aaJ I" Gene cf ,beat 30o hnJ It contains a large q. ,

I Howetrr true tLi.maybe in theory,I am di ro-eJ Chatham Tli.aUr.Saddlery rert.'J'iuUt- If.'rsyper.tso.penz.: s.. ,c. fatae! rips hey Ir.J in J .n.'lIf.aJ pordtue I Joseph lily rf li.ppved land has extenfhr rv-nt work* now f
I to doubt it b fret J wUuaUw. LiMMtcf land /.*. fit "J; .a .pol e D HpA rf PabtO T. l\aune on the tutti Ly u> owitf rr.u front lap*, nf IjAM anJ i* only tm ber- +

, desire ; teJeed toy own eip-rience anJ a : c4" for tjis wi.hm IM LMI-C *L .ct* I. *. M.ub. !?XvJ.sal b i now ,appo.. U auw ta belocx 10TLi : eJ and cvnu.n*34et;acie.
r. to benefit:,. the r a nr"., and fusers .. Je-UXeJ 1e. ttt Abo two otbrr tract,one of 514 ami one tf C75 a. .1
eoaprU mc to pronounce a.ww.$J sl....-iaat c.us7 i.. -. .1 : ..1 :., ,.. L." k ui.} '
r ** ruon untrue. You wal pruUbly) wr. that llnidiinir.W tty,htD t teem.hOfto h"t a. el. : 3J..... r.. ;l': .:d 47.84 wI: be ... Of as u'veh err on thj Habra River near Tomoka hraviry taa.

I "the .SMbl-f 1840 I ,J. BUCK. Erica.".' Manufirrormei IrTport r. Ue,Srsn; P..orloMln;,.U.y.t e.ru7. ..,1. :. .." .t/. i >. y tbt t9ze aloe the Sate brre.l vt hulDLtD.h..
,. bad the Conwmpt' wrote to yea atating that I far the nipp'y: of large d,slrn,tf J9 Pv.H Mrret ;1$'.,:* KiH .>, tfayrLria=+ dL1. v, .'. .* y O.&a je. together woh aU AU 9
. the + tt.tjji that it was Cut hurry bg me .; 2.x.1 ..t't ett .)' 'ft. .. ,. a the HaLCix Kinr cpvn rut:'gaiion.Al .
to grays I did not corn The I. lt uf.irtu o a Li cf 11UO acre on the Halifax rivet known -
no, do I now dfHlbt.ere n.;; Taster fIt I '1ft.. CT.W4.JB '
I If f1m lcm w.l too plateq as th Bethuav tract suitable(lOr.ar planting and near
painful: i To. ', '
vble
r \Sy Phyalriensdend .; .
, .Marl .
Ct L :
, 1M llCllrtb-.bu\] advice which 1 rkrd JI1tt em huJ anJ fw "' .J ku1 4 ..- '.. : 3rQ..l..k Tw' t.IItI a.UM .
900 acres of hraey timbered hammock lands in !
r oyoa wu ri.f1I.anJ J lru.a D.d.i abr .1l S..f" C< let OSrr *'--: .. ..n.Pcl : tar r at. L t a a; JSsets 'i rc.ar. p. ,: ., .I atpl'r.i tie .e.r.c tot
l few AID ha.l y was, .bt bT u.r.n: I .'t' .. ,.. II'.-l''h EI ce .: f.. ts' :.a .. 'On.1 vilrt yt rv Cretan-wimp neat Gen. Hemandn's plantation.
1I bpUitof your iAe mpmbl, rued c at--th LX .rIlrr r.1t11't : ata nty. ta w sic i to'1.rent ..,.. ... ..ear err ... a w. t- t'o... J ,cd pry the AM>O 4iO acres in Grtham swamp a(ar GeL Her
11t.1)tr
1r I.t PtCTORAt\T.1 au catered WIld Dnt'r In life ) ana ) ;.bt.tL:..sr: 0:4.4' s J J') Sr.ot.b'Ii i. .Ir+ J '' !.s : ,'.. .i F..j' RJ v. ear f of O.aa,eN. d.'/'pUntation.Ala I
trey ;. I 99U Creek inJ HK&x! River
I.II ten I W*betur "Oil ifx'a: ww .-r.J .a. or.".L.aaaa".etarp ;. I. ; "f "fie. acres at Spruce
T tutee that time. or icore wiinunvpted bea.th thr n D.lIf* A.d I Ff n-y G..il. deil.' wj berspp,- I naycn.sL y,.-.MIl.C'. ../C" .ri., 0. >r 7 xV t -. .\. :. .i,. S. oaz.. .... _wI pae! w jtjf an oW plantation originally_tiled ty the Enrfoh.

If yo..houia are me row, ,r4.-fI\Jd with N. snit! !! Prays... P. ,(. "iLr'rtacnberi ("a t nh- IIOf'Ix Dr pa P'Jr e4 ea. iso; i" piUa:. t.? It.Co ''ttt\. .: '5--' 4 t:..J D. uJif.W A:10 1000 acres II.TlIlIIbuIlIWlU'P pan of the PaVv .
not ta ge t.m, or f.t of the wht-! Je D.. .. or I :_. .;" R svtte tract And situated a few lullea south of New
r appeannee that I kd ew tetn m any law or re wr J, l CM-' wire i Cot *)--.da.;-* .Jc ..y I. 1IItIC'y ais ; a. eiot., to ,
lick mach INI that IUd bad 1M Cwn.a Ut Fancy G90*d*l Tm New York ehy. odwrpR1'n1T c.oca nor place to."+:*ncr wJuj ia. IJ u>.> .n4 pay tk ui..*** .y- / .., 5.'JlaSe
6a I tm.cill Grit" I uca be preen. N. B..:at'loj'j Pat 11 Uiil w*. regWI1Cd. eery..QouI taro; I.T
,LZFCCTOR "boJ.Dd utirt1r to pots raid. .: UtSe rrormoaiof the OrLMfcce U p toe 3.0J3 acre of iinl art :' /r ? 1..2.. t.IFO.edto fu
AT. I A. & J. RAM SY.25 Maliea Ltne. and carry ea MI 1, trade* sal ocnrf tjoaro brk-3; to Chile =l. t.a t. a .y .nJ pr 7 tLc ;r.I .
LEONARD 6HCTP IRD.P 1, ftuc tror to N, S..ta rlftl& any of titen. IUft Gee th.t iarl$47. \I Also 40,000 ants on the 8u Johns slyer at' TariousAUa

PftJIarf'cI only br Dr. D.1.1Dt,rJwdtlpaaraci: / tcSX 1>ilj.,1n Oritiu, die TLttltthiHBotU : .-Wdl be oiJ. at the MM* u&- ant plaer.acrw .0 .111.
4I'l'tDqbJ tOld .,:UH till : fu 1"It. : : h.for any peons or poo* too a any J.90o of had a pi: ct tba.lJ Tract, 13000 acres b Alachna Conctr tart of a gnat

nOR -S .TfST '.LD BOTTOM pUor t Tavatncal or frtarr, extatiMO s ahow/. vLchtof 'i.c pp eJ ia bdooj \* a J!. : ..., r. o; N.w York tow. of S60CO acne originally made to G. I.F.Clarke.

C. 2YLSTJjAHt. 'qdstc; CLA.S FOUNTAIN CA iPiIi.YJ LAMPS. +sl.t jwtfcry.wig,... It bannf ..w<1M-I t trot "T. I pt tl. were'f.. Ju. t i le17va Also 900 acres of I,qoality pine UaJa oa the Santa

--- .- -. Thrr are .up:,. to l U "Ie., Miaaf ciar.'J ty J. ,, the Lie Lwe lot whka he. Ju o/ sky >h3 pay .'trO -\\.W.Kea.2.t:t rustic :i.-e'a: p'ae' ,?SUattea F.r.Tr Colombia Cdoary to he sold teen furchared -

1..alee. O. f.,. 131 iI36 fol: a ILeo.upte : (lit each aaJ e.fry ca exJk&ttot 'k* saw *Af94* sd r tJ .t I.lan Ittt r to h. vat'. I rick te* a.( the United States many yean sac..

I' HEREBY GVC i A. a a. ruaiit of 'oJir Lt= '. Ch.o- brt..J nay prim o-aor copraf bof % *:- .*: j a
1Cuda iD.a.u' that Up tb.1lkh lily 01 delicrI. Gil'ln4o&.. It kke,.I4.,at LJ"dpX.,rho t- CfHII J war 4MiI aJ!..any radx Ja *iAiu or v ATa kr Ix f'. 1o-a: m 're iha the price asked (or them. .r

,drah It the Lk IL a Offix ruel 0 or 2. Petit Jurorg wAU{) be ale and null ei,+bi:5oati Ih..a, f lte U : of ,.; ,r'y lit 1't -\': k c. r".I at A* Na." .'.. j ra plane! Foe(ia.et panlcvlar, description and plate awl? to..
Vd d atl'l fa the the D..uiet Loran ol at bra I Of C&\tw4 tNtNCI..a t ate tt- aeLastte 1, 21.34i' &f Aa>* a' V): O '.y:. f-eV Sacp u. JL FAIRBA1SIUL

.4 tCn.la the Northen lib d uies 0 Ftorsdt a' Strati' Hat I rc.*inff .Tlnchinc, a vgtia I. a 1M el ttrt.rt} IH". ws : is'.t .r.r.. ? r' ? -, 'r ,rfT'tvd Pay Agent for the sate,and pnrchase of lands jnyaseat a/ '

of.Ih1 II t y rat la:arras .t It M. I Le capered ia &t aftftay ajls r w.JJ iaih: cri t aM Csl-* .*eiLeisrr ef Vcrr-' .1 C s.y of OtTfee-. ion reM Bata taxes 4.
em : dkc.
c "prO Tens or .w C..an rt '' r.for coItaJM o- eda.t i l sad MoL'-r I n W-'"-t.l C -"c'a a' 8u Augustine Januaf7'2G 1848.Tra. .
.ttJOII" JI.FO.\T.\Nf Clerk. W. 4 W. IL LEWIS, 1 12 Chatham test cfpoaiu 'r..1III UCECU-. I ISax. .i shoe. 'a b-o-1.Ie t tie t erase o* J'".p!; W 'y :,.-

the Chatham Theatre. I I Wan 1kUlrt''OrI4i.H. fka., TMllt 1 1I Ibs tour f by J*.a Di SatlJcn n a*nnr CoHc e, Chocolate> 9ptor.. ,

1 I xUM3L.4 kathrr .:1aiH bath. I tat fc7 e/ sal pft fir,f1IM' who 1ft1) W d.- ,\ .*V t It ** KU. n the -*tie place. t.. the ht r Vt R-rJ.cl -Well Seleeted.lOf. \

"ILL .Ie ,ANCI .. (.trrtehed oa "'tt pistol puui f to th* exn s Joss of frotsjalat a!f en rfrr 'a ray f.J asjsr pete .' day ef M,*ea. A, D. ll?, .Dfd lst.4 oa .O nVSO.t tery easier, Rk Cofte.Ycantr .
It SOLD only puestfi d ghee Xcrth (..f rtnwtojer Ieiaa Rise C "
a-.lt (
a Wedamsdaf meetitrt 1a tp"tot *ch, oi ** reek on Hyson, ao.
1Stlt Tbew
of Lather.am.d
M. ) aria /nr the bet Oa ptuct .
t i.r"l..ot'Mak.sad a 4JUatit fIl try. Gana the L-Srt are .14 tll.r 1M wk.a1 11.- r1'lryk J far a Litta.. aa 1 U 'bd k t5 da. J for tau I b.*to the Estate of Girrin to nti>ry tnJ py the Can 10trJer na Ii-' '
trmtny I1f '
gh.f ttrttid sal ri.riI6Waf1'.r ,u!it II aTrt7 iortfrJ ta>o aay8enUon. snags y : tatrt frr thf f rir 1M1 and I'M' ?. Impt'W 3lae6ti der'
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t.Iaat ftlY'ff.gJ ; anJ srarraated to SLM
AME8 R. HANR\If.- Oritrt aJdresitJ ram W Mr.I A 1 aB the ceai/fc&s aereia pb.*... sad the py* k 4.M J irrrt of he.1 en tb* West riIr of 8t. Johns I Cl estate, Cw-ct Slick' CaocoUte.rf MdaCf'Cf'1 .
wl. sat
'I.'A tac Q-.nrr !!asset.Drpartmeal to rtatte.tioa. tacit tokLa of h* W irniJ: asCrtar nHKrf.+. Rlri. e Cjrrk .**.. tinted tasks St.ta ef jak.Gt.rr. Fast CKoa. 'I''n.' -

.anIa"INL' I. WJt EUJ EL.1aacasecrdtJ f teatlabsrioeeesad ascet8sti aa.a pu& apw I .ana, to Antonio hires*.present i owwr f 4 sat* 'I '1f.. .18. B E... .CAM.tW .




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t the Florida Armed Act of the By ike TrtMtmi ef Hie trifle* under
Notice Applicant under Occupation App1icant1i the Florida Armed Occu a thus' Act '1'

4th August, 1842,to whom permit were granted for settlement on .. ,r..aa oefUw.I.JAMCSK.POU..Prt KUte .{ 4th of August, 1842 j to whom permits were granted for settJelDt'lt.

kn'd.wbicH.worc surveyed at the date ol such permits.NOTICE Ilde.e theUaited tftete.ef atenre.de hereby land which were not surveyed at the dates of such permits.' "i

IS HEREBY GIVEN to the clans of Claiaanta above mentioned that the pLAta of the foBew. declare sod make kae* that peWe"'*..11I' kid q'1CC1:11lEREEYUlY1.Ntataeelae.r: Claimant shore .'Dliu..dtulthcrp..*of the few
at &. .nd.ra>r tieoed Laad Ut&ee 'HI the draia orFtaaiot 1 I I. dcriWd Township have been certified and returned
end .
bed TownabJpa bare been duly certified returned by the Surveyor General to the District by the gurvtyor General.the DiZu'
Laud Office at Newnaatvifle.Ho 4&,sod that the period of -one year" allowed by the sail Act for proving at the period be-eiaafter ..1..to win lAM Otfce at til. Aaf..,., Florida, and that the period oraowvet..allowed by the *a lAct far

+ the*.fact that the *etUerne6thtabe commenced,end the inirnlar quarter ruction upon which it I I* located,- At Uke LaM U5ttal 8T AUOUdTlNK. coca* lug the fact that the settlement ha. been Commenced, and the particular quarter section aaoa .....

trill rrptrr e On the date opposite the'T...nahip* described in the annexed I IwL Tb.*e Applicant therefore.wtiociulemenu nkti nencJag.for the on )*al,ef. the e Mfteta UM day /February within! the hC4l*>d.wilespi4>eatthed4tM' .,potat.I'Towahipf described ia toe annexed huts. Tb A*** ,
dip*>* pabhc thervfore wkavesenWmeat* are wubia
are within any of the**'Township,ate.rrque.ted to file with the Re >ter sod Receiver at any or thoieTownship,are requested to file with the ReaaiM
oder. d
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eatjoa. .Mi .
4 Iowaahip. Aautine Florida.da
putt Receiver dL
before .
or the aaid data
New -viUe,Florida,on or before the aid date,Mtieftctory proof pursuant the rrqnjrementa of law abovementioned. .111 meat aflame above mentioned. sauificiory proof pursuant to tke ,,

: Sushi of d.1..u tat .-.4 rail q J4 A-ip 1 werif Sech pro f. should be the Applicant'. own ittfid.rit,eortuborated the nf .
Such proof should be the Applicant'* own corroborated by the testimony of two or more dma by testimony two ev aaere
terreirtcd competent wltne-ew*; which proof should rtaf aU the particular a* .o the eulemeat and fir the <*. lere+red competent witneMv*J which proof should suit all the pnrtieulart a* luthe settlement..t'N
FracUenal of thirty s. deigMiN ef the Da/ticnl Quarter section which it i i.
i Uwewlwp twenty tease I a on made. _
f dad"scion of the particular tract on which it in madUnlce /. Tewa.r* fifty-fix, (etrept -a.. ... *rvra, U.s.. aM Rroo,r-qaind i. the ("I.tal b6..d 011 or beWro thedatee .peeiGed.tho
for
before the date will
U filed the '
the proof required in the foregoing on or ep-ciGed, Applicant Applie""il6
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,bee..Mata, thirty and thirty ene,) and fi/iv> Ml aB riihu title and claim lit bn and,, their Permit. ,
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refit alljight. title sod claim to land tinder their Permit .. th ,.. "
e i and.eectiente,. two ve, four >.itMa. "
( U.tre va or br.m.whTd ib prPol l trrtt- eTownship. : *. eight. rise tea ,".e. lifters levaateva, UaN oa 0' beri wl proof ..r.c'To..taip.

Range. anent mud t.- L1ed aDd the portiealude.ct trot el l|.... iatra, treaty,twenty 4av.and,..aly. I R.nl' meDt DUt.I IMt fil ,aad.h.P.-"ic..,..
7xd. .**. la ... h0 fiAy igM i */ Mag* ll>irt flight.fty section described.Fdtr .,

.- _. T.w., 6 five,.',-*..(except 1.ooe,) PSI 'Cbittr Sight lire October 47 .
j'; if ,'oun f"f"a t4 IdthNovem ruts end fi/iy."....(exeapt tectioa. ".J.'!'. twenty* Fi'tj eaten I Thirty tight I 71b October JtU7
Thirtis g S'rentrtD C 20th f\brr 1$4t3P '1'...eatr-. tI..I.t.I.I.. tbWty.ibtrtf rat\ eight Thirty eight 1&h October 18..7 \,
'flirt)' sdx f4 EcbttrD; E 20th NOYf'lnbrr 1848'nalrtbeflr.'f'D -. tJ,-Iw..tfcirty,.tH..w",.ror, I",. Filly bte Thirty nine ilh October 1S17
'' 8 F.ibU'ra F. lOth Newf'lnbt-r 1B4A20th five and ibiny..) ef raage tbirtymae.tfectioMoa rAy tit I Thi.1, pipe I 1th October 1811 "

TWrtr.eicb\s 1ibttf'D r. Newf'lD4'n 11149 *. two, three foer fi'e. at. twelve, Fitly servo Thirty 71b October 18-11 .
Thirty.nine 8 J-iplrt'a 1: 70th Ncn'f'lnLfor 1848 ILirte-.rftlr".1kS ..,.tt" ". in towB.h'p Fifty 61e Forty 11h October 1847

1 Thirtyseiz R Ninct cn 1: 20th Nnt'f'lnt.-r IRU fifiyfive. and fracu*. l Iewa4iip fi/ryix. (tic ptctione Fatty nit I Futty I 71h October ISl7 A

Thin ,evem S Nindl"t'D. 20th NOYf'Inb.-r 1846ThittyeIght two,three.I..r.five sod eat,) .. P *cayae lLLI. Fourtne_. _. _7th October 1n47 .
t 8 Ntnrtrrn 120th Ncwt'll'lbrr IBIS I Ito."of range rosy.nctioaalt.we NOTE.-Th+particular alto the MltUment shall T be:-the time when cultivation
''n.irtr.l1iD S Tinetern 1-; 20Ih f\omnbfor IMRThinr } hip tfry.five ea4 Bicayoe Ut,." aeIof CN,r.lIhi..o-d-n.mb4'or! ectae iaeultiv"tion-the kind or tenement erected wu-i- .--rTTrt-

-i s S Twenty I: 20tb NMnnbtT iMByr of rang,r.n'.. compo ing the family t discriminating!< between adalu and children male an,l fennleejvhita numbraatiM
ThirtThirtyeight S : 20th I At Ibe Las>4 Office at Nf\\'HA:45'.ILLE. com. inn '. andei
eren Tfraty. Ncn'f1IIL--r 1MB )l. -1'.a, Hte..i... W. H.
S TwtaIY.: Wth NO\'ra.L--r 1848 1 menciag oa Monday the ,,.Dt, firtt day .( February Sr. Auruvtine, Flo October. 10 IS47. SIMMONS.-_

Thirty.nine 8 Twenty E 20th N..mbrr 1848I eexu for the dup***!.( pablie land within Ute .1
uadermaaUoaeJ lewanhipaad puts of towaahip; --
I NOTEI:Tlie particulars M to the settlement f4iall be:-the time when cultivation waa commenced--the tilt: Premiums Awarded MAGISTRATES' DISTRICTS '
kin of crop cultivated-number of sere in cultivation-the kind or tenement errrted-wtmber of rrmonacompriwnt l'
S *lk f ie pa te lint eW tau f (A e fri ncrjml men NO. t.
1 the family-Jmcruuiiiating betwem adult and ch3 irrn male and female white and roloarrd.JOHJT t
< Vea.j ltt. LEVI BROWN Oaoxaco. That the County of St.John be UJJi
PASJOV. Receiver SAMUEL RUSSELL Regater.s i iNewnannille I'j Towo-ilp and 'DI''O.r laagenineteen. ar TtIRAa1ERICAN into three Mait"trate* District*. :
ttM/-one.
Flo. Drcember.l 1W7. t IN. TITtr F. FOR GOLD PENS. O.DtnsD.That a Maf iatrate Diitncllo braid
_. In |{Mil-. Silver Medal, Superior Gold r.al. District No. 1. lyinr north of ;
-- ---- ---- T..Ia'1" twenty-eoe, (tart 1 ecctioa eon. a point tom
APA lc.. olafoe, Cabbage" NEW AND FASHIONABLE twelve. thirteen.feerte sad five. and .... ol 1312- Diploma fir he bent Gold P.".. tine, and running from thence west loibe
(In Fine Order-At Retail.) Fall and U later Good :i twisty ) tweatJ range twenty. !A5
1443-a Diploma for the bet liotd P. .. on wit Mile Create from thcaee
BARRELS Choice Le. 'I Tewnbip* 1..1'...aiNdlweatyJlireeef site o down and
Apple Pippins
' GEORGE IJUN.I'BAR
1 5 lwentyK Be. 1& 44-a Diploma far uperior Gold Pens toth-t :t.Johns River, from thence aerae the
Barrel Choice; tail
25 1 Darrela A"t rtrJ Cranberries. THIS DAV received direct from New Town bjp* tw ntf>t..sod ,*." .dart. ef raagetweatflw 1843-a Silver !helot for the Wit Gold Pen. Rn"lo the Bellamy Road and from thence fotkiw
rf' > Potatoes per Bch,. Vandaiia a very rxtenivea&dcoeipleteaM .. 18..SI.dal for the be.t Hold l Pen.. inC the 0llamy Koad to the North Wesley tinnaei
50 Heada Cabbage, ,""*ntof Staple Fancy and MUeeUa Thin lath .lh the above U of the of
I At the Land Office at TALLAHASSFC com. certify a true copy (rom ty County SU John, thence Souther* ,
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Dried Fnuta, Raininf,Coar tnnl f'.&.. iirou*Good adapted lo the present and coming acv the rtcofd of American Inatitnie.HENRY. Rke Creek, thence down Mid a
Creek
seating re I.Dte''M III '.'h day of F.bsary to-the 8k
aolicit a continuance of the liberal wiron here* ... of diftVr-
ce following the "
| on. compost a portion the MF.IG-I. John River, thence following
for the die of lauls within
next sal the public dUJaJraVlfrer
tufore bestowed the Ute firm of H. t;. CAIK&Co. varieti. rite AM el( or Litho
upon eat *tent aianrtment anoetmeaUeaed towa reed of low ntbip*. Ree. See.of the American Inntitute.HE to the month or Deep Creek { and from tkeaeeea
,, Nor. IB. 11. f;. CARR. drew good*and trimmini,Broad Cloth.,Ca.imere* Vttt parts '11II..I I... New Yak Uet.Y'th' It+If.T stir to the 10 mile pout on Tomoka KM.T; ftea
and 'e-tilll.D great rarity and of superb quality, thence North to the 10 mile )
.snll e.f lie J.Ut lint caa! are*! / lie peiadp4merldee. peat on the Pieeiati
1gOTICE.t Kentucky and Cnuonieens.Freoebani.Injb*" M- COPARTNERSHIP heretnOr esi.ting Road : and from thence iVurth In the Southern fceea
tine, Sdinett Hfiertiai and Shining uf between th..ab9Cfibftrt nnder the dm of B. E. Di
UNDERSIGNED harinr taken etary daryofmi "trlt No. 1. 10 mile from the
THE ona in DAGUERRLOTVPING under riety, White and Uoaa Liocn. Ker ey and Negro Fractional towoaip; twa, northeast .( F.rb-t"jl' Casa Jt C t. w trH day dt.ol.d by mn'nel eountat and the IDhbil.nla included ia aid Ocaeej
Dwwietitkw
Memra. FcLLCt &RicnAXDWW. and having parchaaei Cleibr! < of ever? quality Ur.e asmrtntent of WhUe graief' r.nge ae. and B. E. C.'r aathoiiied ta,etUe the ba.iaev+ of elect three Justice of th+ Peace.
and Cct.nred FI aneU-.h.tiou.qualitiec.BUck I rectiooalrw..kip oae, aortheaa of Forbee lb. concern. B. f. CARR. L
Mr. F.'. celebrated German Apparatus U now NO. t.OKIIKBXD. .
] prepared ,ef .. I IFrnk
LikenenMra in fine the low Coloured Silk. American t Jli.b and French grant II"S.I. I I JOHN PECK. That a DUirkt be Mid
at off
to execute rt tyle nricr te
ral prctwn three. fr aim, teas fourteen | .
and in Bowbtxjoe The nodr-fneH will .
of Three Dollar D. L WHITE JR. priul* Ginghams teat variety, continue the hn'in&e a* tend the inhabitant lyin;south of. line
M aaltn d. IAia. at lw ilk. and CTieen,ia s braver Indian reserve, and section heretofore b_ CoMtoI
-- Alpaca. very pner s on own account at the oM*4an '. at the 10 mile poet on the Tomnka Road.
t BT WE hereby certify that Mr.WRITE liars taken Cotton an.f Uneti Cambrie flandkerchteftef .'eryvariety. tweaty-Mvea, Iwearyeigkt, thirty-two, ai d thirty" B. E. CARR. "tto the Dividing; on the Matanxa amltkeiata
and Linen and Cotion Drilling and U..b three,in lwi .iiip. low*bipt.ewe l<*f Fotb a St A.E..ilM. $17. 1817.$ Rivet free
nwoni In Dagnfrrrot)-injjun'lfr u". that he tnan irp. Sept. hence tae 10 the Ocean, from thence Northerly
Brown and White Hotland White sad .ere4 gnat.sad .ft..i' Sheen wt.t tbe ApJ chkvU .
ifected an uncommon aptnew in learning the art. We he Sea Coast to the South Fait ef '
corner DU
Cambric. Bagging and D..laa C.... m,,.or raigo "ihtFraetinotl Notice for >M
DI.chtrge.
eon df'r him fully competent to execute in food style Barntana No. I. and from thence We'iwirdly. _
Southerly _
work of that art in all iw vnrinu* branrhea.L. and Padding.filieia ,Nnken.TicUaf. Ptad and to *4ip three. (eicpt the oethwes & LL p..IaI.It td imhe Eatate of'JAMES Easterly' along the line o/.aid Untriei No. I.
(racti .r actia ..) tad fact nasl tows I.a*
Diaper, U ll'H ortment( fine andcomtawnTew thinye* 1. HA.NdON. dlC. .d.ar.
a *
F. FULLER. hereby notified thai pl4C.of beginning. ; 4 mi said Di.'rkt te be called Dd
L: D. RiCiIARD$0N. eting. silk and Worsted finrte beaatifal anit"' ahip few west of C.ipt Oa Lake, (csctptfractko* I. .it month afiar date will apply to the Hon.jle trio No. 2. and the i Inhabitant o(said Outikt
St. Aup'tiae.23d -c.lB47.. Silk and Tabby Velvet. Woolea and commas Car j I al'ertioa six,ants sod & ,..)ef liege aiae. Ceert of Probate of St Johoe County fir a di'ctJrre ,ekes two Justice of tint Pete. *h '
f-u! I.Tabl. Uoen.Toilet and Table Cover. Gr*.* I Fraction ectwB..,.,.... twealv.tkrte sad from the*Jminrt'rator,h p of amid e.Ule,having folly NO. i
Linenjjn-er.alae DUck and C..or.* Crape and l.*.1'-''. .. the aaua lard ie lewajhip twe ., admiautered; the ... I OIl CaID. THAI the inhabitant ..i lint
Estate of John M. Hatlam, dec Luce e plcn'lid aiorUnent of everv ntjTboad range lweat>... iFr JOHN X. HANSON. Admnutrator.Aatii boundaries D. r Sontkdthe
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IK HHREDV GIVEN all pCraODS and Cot tun Edgings in.rUo end Lame e>f e.., tioJ MC O.. thirtyn>oe, tkrtywo! thirty I!I 17, I j 7. 6mi Dtftricl No 1and that the eetilute >
NOTICE darN..4 tkin *.ix. tW m... beJ.ie M*>aiiip..| aid inhabitaa
Cambtir of be..tds1gial.ty )
and
the of Jon U extra quaMiea.Lioen
in Eute 8. nux.df'C. men sh,.ll elect ft J u,lice* of the P.. ,e.
that I will 't acoccunu and voucbrn a. Administrator a full and complete aMonmeiit'. Glove and std fractioaal ....lal. .iN.twelve. ,xveateen. |i I r\oticc. NO. 4,
of Aid my Cutaie,brtire the Wan of Probate ll<*M-ry con tint of every variety of eelMf ... ...'-",.twenty-five. iwatj-it. tw*.iy* evj NOTICE A*teby ivea '0 all per.on. interested OaohMKO. That I.l.e inhabitant orlhe C

of fit. Johns County,in two month after date, for wtdement 'I..lic., an rtientive ""i"I.r superior and toMH .. and tweaty-alne,.. .. ania U. in tewnsbip Iwo, .,. of JOdF.PII qR\VRM. deed.. nosh wf District No*. 1. 2, and :1. wiiKri mntvHiding *-
and'allowanre. And notice I I. lirHvy farther th.a. and Hn4VercbUf.ilorTriennial of tiara tweatyr' ii.FraetieeNltwa tut I will pre .at my aceonnta and vonehert a. northeru and ( *
eaitern. wer*tern limits bl rail Csaavcntistitute
.w p three. on nisi rail! "H.(u. Adnlawrratar of .aid .,.
r'ale. 1Mr
or Ihs Court of
that in ala months after date will fur let every variety.Aim district
given apply a bfr tailed| Ui.
ten of discharge from the aHminbtinitnn ifMi '. a fi.. aortmebtof Ladi* fihionable Boa. cept.*ectMi.. one, il.re ,*it..sites, wins sad t....1 J I II Pr 0ati of =,. John CoMitty. two month after hat they elect two J notice* ..,iUe Peace.tric' M. 4.ta|
"v .).1 rage thirty* 'date. fcr sad allowaaeti.
MARGARET C. 1IAHLAM, AJ.ni.Nov. nettaof eitra qoalrue, a very Urge aaMnaveat fGentteieeni *rUeeat And uole Mfoithr UaocaKD. Tint the Clerk of this
Dunn fun
and Iloy.list. and C.p..r.be Bart Song fj lit hex lire eW till f lie pviactpejawerWiea. give, 1M' i. .ii month after date I will **
IS, IS&1. f n. the Eli'ornf the Henl't with crtifi't / Us]
recent "t'le and of beautiful 41"';". a (sill lock of tFractw f apple for {effete of d.*n'iatrn a. arfmini-tlralor of .4 Order lain nit the C-mnty oT dt.John copy lire
----- -- every variety .*f Boot arid fhoee nf every grade >0l Mwasbip eiahl tad .i... west el the Mid.... iHtKGt: COLCC. Adm'r.2l '.trait OittricH." into I

\ollcc.IS sac quality and prk*. An eitetrtive a'.n.e..r 3awaie, river. of r**|. .nn/ I A&lIe' HI7. usg Agreeably to the above Ord.." I
HEREBY GIVENTliat in MX month after dai rUddlM Bridle* anJ Ih| rn-+*. fluke.adtitrtMoarj. Aorta / lie kit Uncoil Hit f Ae8ectiM .act,' abwve order ere true and e rli.IhII"|
I will apply to the Jodce of Probate of Hi. John Perfume end fancy article Hardware and Cordage D"'J.4... I NOTICE h.eby given t.t the ereditnr. heir, KecoriN and corned a takenIsma tls
County were +ed the I0 hJO3F.PH dss dkpt.w
On
County for It-urn of ditnUrion aacxemtorof the ertate Urt'J' and JI.d.dHl, Crockery GU. and Cbi. twelve,t/iut,a.fe.,..t.cal)twisty per.AO. entitled, It inflation, and et,1 l47. pas > !
of MAROVRCT V ACX ITA Ute of tai
which all eont'rmood err requeued to take Jue notice. Alt"j'tl er constituting; owe or the reot estCBMvc. 6.etw.ay+itIwt/11J .+tt..lwtaty eitM.IwtaJ. I tlt-..t.1 .,H pre tat to) trw Court of Probate of Clerk of Ci'iir.ty P. Comm VELr.srt at..

GEORGE C. ACOSTA Executor. and tout elected .W"k..r >ticllan < o* E.ndr.t et ...1..tt.inJ..... tl nytJ.ree, ..nvfe ) ,.. B..toa County Fla.at aitch place In ."kJ Coontj St. Augustine September Hist. 147.aVTOTICEi .
January 18. 184 .ffered in ibi Htf. The above dock _.U' kepi ty.Sva sad thirty ait. ia |OWB | > e... ef r..p five where Mid Cenrtmty then be bell l ( my eeo inw and
"|i iraponatmc direct from New York fi. ia e Teal Jp.,sad eetiea |...1.1... i..aty. .e ., of the.+t.:e.f Jov.. Picxarr.deed. :TAT&Or FLORIO'. f

CITY COUNCIL ROOM ) I I" time end wi.l Ire auld at the very bweet price.City atx, Uefttj-e' ..tereatJ**nalt. tiiir tythree thirty* NANCY ),. PICKCTT Ad..lnilI.triJ. COllnly or St Job... S Citatioilsliis't cn fiw'i

Ft. Augustine, Dec. 27th.le.n' \ and Comry > ."...<. will find it P r to>lr ia ure*c '.'.U> "/-'.. .. ibin,** .,. tewmhia i two, afraage TssapaSept.I.Id47. i. bel.byciun. to .u person le .

Whereat naa been reprei nted to thin City Council to call and examine the atme ettemivc mock aod eix. .1 any demand against the Estate of HAMSANCHEZ
that the Gland*and other rtmtaciona -.,prevail may be Mured of feeing aupphcd oa liberal turn.Noren.bti *. Ninth iU but line .. teal eI lit r.raefpetMrr1iN'rt. Chancery alc. late or Fiat Florida deed, to
&. Ib47. VIRTUE(a decree of iho Circuit; Court
to a considerable extent among Horvea within the tree BY the fame to me duly attested witb-xii deUya i .
ponte Uiniiaof thU citv.He Fracuon.1 tewiMtJp .. aorta ef"Fotbea'Graat.** the County of tfl.John, wide nn the I4ih potions indebted are requested lo make iutuwtayment.
%oller,4OTICE
it therefore Rraofvrd. That owner* of anew*roinr ef na,..it, day .1 November A. D. 1348.in a certain ea>teinwbkh i And all creditor, lec.iee and pe
I ( their date. will)apply to the Hoe. the lien. A.Forward and Mary A. Forward hit wife
rom Jadre ef weref m/Aie
within five day after the publication of this RenolaUon raace aeveau5ecueM claim and demand too ,tat from the pet
Be It further resolved, That it ahall be the duty of the of Probate f 81 J"*ma Crenty for letter of eJnuaitrationon *- sac,twa,, '''., ..ft.. ,..'. foe. .dat .-I fcl. Mil at public *lo on Monday the catioo hereof will be forever afterwards bar.d.&I.UKIC& .
City Marshal after the expiration of the time dnVd tilt Ertalc of Jiwi Fiord,Ute of SL Jobna ".. "Xiea,twratywe, twrat-thiee.iweatj-feer. Ent day of )'aRb.UI between the boors( Id and SANCllELAdministntasNotice
rp County deed. ANDREW FLOYD. .... 2 of that d.,. all the right tide and interest of the '
twe tooth
in the foregoing Resolution to cau e any hone or borne, .y-4 e.twtatf-, ty>*vva.aad tW Jat, ,1847.
aid defeadanU
Octob-r 12th 1947llacon 1Q't.. f orcUevi in sad lotto following described prero-
which may be eo diveaaed to l' kiDed and buried and east *> IweMyewtkt in ih. former
*..fist All thai tract of land situated and b for
lAm Reserve lira ..artea.. .r -c. lying Discharge.
Uirty
*
all aecruing in carrying the same Inte execution IIa A hOH Idem.kBDLSBacon
rxpenaea HIM : .
ogoaauJoha Rivet Feat Florida, about MX mile
uncle the aame,aad <.. thiny-leer.thirtyfiveaad LI. PERSONS interested in the F.a I LV.
ate
null be paid by the owner of such bone or borvea. al
4 CacnCbeea I. the Sotith of Picotau and
rEDRO BERET 1. AF. FSOU- Bboulderv t..ia tewshp...txtiow*twelve flat known Being now formerly a \ AVERY deceived are hereby
th
tees. twrutv-tliree.,-"" ....Iweaty.five.iweaiy. by Ma neer"Toeoi"being the Ers rho u.
date
will
Pro Tern. hat in nit month after 1 to the
Mayor apply
5 ChertaTca KKI) "Dried beef e l.&lain,-". red thiny ait. two: aadaectioe Mod acre Uact (rankd by th* Spanish Government of Probate of St John'a Isis
Attest, P. C. Zn.ITJA. C. C, 40 Bag Shot 1000" II.IMIS latawaship to J... license sad by cad the Court County,
*one, tan. ., tra.elevea and twelve, i ia Ilnortaeconr.yedtoA- iecharge from the ol and S.
Administratorship
lion C.Cidn S" blf bbla F M Beef to wnshipsinee..1 i. helm Gay."d being, ihv retie tract of Und conveyed
range eigi
Florida Land -"Ie'h 14 dot Bmrena 40 bU Pork dectww thirty-five and tmrty-eix, tm tewa lwpix, '. the ...actV.. A. FofwjH by Joseph S. Sanchez having fully administered JOHN BEARD the name.A-laiialitraur

be of Fred for ale,at Aartion on the 7th 20 box. Herring 5 HhdtSerar .I nap twelve.Fr.eu.aal I IartUII of FAIl Florida (excepting about three bund
20,1817.
WILL of March, 1818, at the County Bite of SO bbU Flour 40 bags Coffee tewa hip three, west *f.4 Ckoctawal and fiftv sear on the M Tint" or North lane ofiH April

IWnton County. Eat Florida, several tracts of Und in 40 keg Nail W bbU twitted Crarlcr chynvfof note sheen.S Grant h.ivi.g about four thousand aix hundred For Sale.

I Township 21, lUnge IM,and iu Tow t'bip 24, Range iObiUUsy 100 bores Fo p cre..lwrtfyler,twenty-five,tweal-ix,this* and fifty acre .f Mid tract,) called* Toeoi tract FLORIDA SUGAR LANDS. ,
I ball Rope. '1.eI lhfftj*.x, ia lewarJiip thrve*. ef tang AU all that lot tract or pacel.r land containing Situated the Atlantic Ocean in UuradeS r'*
21.On To the Trade In quantitkv or .... tail four hundred acres more or le. lying and be* on
the 14th day of March at the Court How of 'tailD. of the reach of fnt.
I:.CARR Tvwppbi*)three of ,.|e I.g Mtoited en 8u John Bluff and generally cnctd nearly oat --J
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Cation inTovnthtp S ** !
County mndry tractn :. Vineent f 75(1 acre. p art or the DOO nnlmade to
Lands rrt' AIuafthrtlnluaetnrparceln I
appropriated t law,for the of e'honnmuss
,
"
e-e
y
n.Rancr 20. EC k ford. dted'dr
Delta and confirmed to Henry
I CITl'IIOTEL, TALLAHAffftEC.OTICE. er alter end. ntaining about five hoi frd acre, .
., peipen* will te eacladed free* tW I .
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13, 21 I. -1 have to inform toy friend sad the eve lying and being .aituate on the bluff road eb-? Hilleboroogh River ta the westward of N*e 9mjf
I 14, 21. 1 patron of thin house, that I ban leea-d h. and n't.Ta. crtrf'fial.r. will be commenced ea teen milea norm( the Town of St Aognttino and and next south or the A. ndllnet. Apply. .to .

14, 22. that it will hereafter be conducted WILLIAM the tfty* eppeiMee%sad proud in Ike M *e order i ia ...mike aouth of the'*ttty mU Ae.M.M Also all \V. A. FORWARD. St. AIl1u.tI..Jor

At Madiftta Court dupe on TliuraJay, the 23d HEMINGWAY, Eaq.,who U* for many vtar* beta wbieai ibev are .4." *d. with aU e.ae. **)t die hat trarf lot or parcel of Und containing about ai ixitodied to \Y 31. U. FOOTE,9aaaeakaALSO600
.March: connected with the Grrt clar Hotel aa the North,snrendy td : pwtk. Maul the wkwie ehell bate ba eoVrvd.sad UM acre, lyieg and being on Jnlington Creek acre, known aa the LIdietmint.
8.etioa. TOW'neLip. n.n te'i from the American Hotel ia New YorluJelieving .. ale* than closed. 8.t.. ails skill be kepi opea I about'..al.iab' Milea from the Town of St. Au- .near New Smyrnasituated between ta*..
The &E of' 23 I R 11 ge.tioe. all of which Mid .nl of Don U tlliam Williamaand Robert Mcl1ud .p
.
be of land
will keep an excellent hose, and vpare Lager than I. vrtek wpfrvt* ..U7.a.j traeta are *
Swot 24 18 iS. 10 exertion or expense to make hi* neat*comloruble, of the Ia.d.ill be adoutted aald ..r the expira the same tract (viceptiog Wy, lb. 350 acre from Apylyto.. W. A. FORWAHD.SuAefaata Danno*. ,
N \V I of 25 I. 7 I i recommend the house to ivy friend and the public. Lisa .r the ... week. the Tacos tract) which were coot eyed to the said W. Oslo PHILIP R. YONGE. 1
.4 N E I .r 26 I. 7 THOMASBROWN. GIVEN .Ddn.y band at the City of U'aitiag. A. Forward b?deed from Joseph d. Sanchox. U. y. October 2&h 1647. .

It, E i of 1 I. 8 1 I ITrlTeTEL. tee tai tweaty htrd dy ef Octber. Aaae D.. Marital on.the 57th, c'ay of February A. D. 1843 ia hereby given to all penoai
w.r G I. 9 eo tbaeMBd eUbt baairti tad .rtyeveaBr re.sad by him aeld under a decree of Forwloetirc olMortgtf NOTICE against the eatate ef J
A' Jeiero/ Cost IJOU'. CHI M .dsy the 27i b IN Tallaha..et the Fleuietn. VWE r.UtDI. JAMES K. POLK.> e ia feast of" C. Pobl!sal Soa"aguiaal the GRAVES, decc *adt9 present the MOM teatte

March: m.n'ltmnafoidtilIlDltI. them RICHARD M. YOUNG, Mtateof AatIM''. G.y. TOI.tbalwhh.U.ncui.p ted.without and aU persona tad'equeatedto ,
8. T. R. .drrIi ned will one hit beet exertion to pleajchi I lot tha .
hereditamtnta
w.aw..J 1M nal! Lul OJtse righu.toembert. aDd appnrt make i.mediete pavanat.ereditors.Ugatee
TIle E oNWd 13 18.' SE.'I I guecta. He aka the poWie foe their pat* I' eoeea to the mid oremiaea belonging or ia any wtaol and peraoaa entitled tad

E 10rRV' of 13 I 5'I" "'ce.'ILLIAM HEMINGWAYT $l,cidaot ar .p .ru..iaK. who shall DOt "*'ot their elainajvitnia
WIdNE1of 14 I IV November l", len NOTICE TO PREEMPTION CLIAMANTa I JOSEPH SANCHEZ.. Sheriff. fromthe publication hereof will M forever

M \ I oSE4of 14 I 5 Fleer Bttckw treat Craeker Every pertea eafidrd le ike Hgkt ef preeaiptioiilaaevUad fit Annitine January.26. 18-17. GEORGE COLE&
8401 31 1 IIt -dial.tbo Gailtaaf U* lewashloe and XT The above air b postponed until Monday August !24.1847. J 1f
aw tr BARREL* Choice Family floe, parts ef tewa.Upe oboes ...., it -
Ntior 6 2 5It ef O SO J rtneutdlaa the flib dj rf April neit.Tb. .
EjoCNWiot 6 J 5 40 Canal Baltimore l J0.d. do.do. '1 sad ubl Rjoetver<*a fee awe ie the MtiMeli; ., the Regiat*, above .. U further poetponed until the lint Fall deeds. Freak 3 WJ]
fourth caahhe balance b three of U* proper Load OAe..ad auk AR4ICLF.S heft f,
rrODe 45 Half Barrel. Flier r kherefef Honda ia May aatt. April 6. usoallr p
equal annual instalment*, with interest ia advance 35 email package Buckwheat .payment erx*. sod before M toe awe aj aracticaeai a/kraetat/ D The above .!. M further peatponod nntil the CHOICE; !Jyiog open in qnaatitiee t*"*.T
Or tf any pure aacr nhoald prefer lo pay ell cobs five Aaaorted Cracken day appealed tar the I'8ak1M000..r Lest Monday ia J... MIL Schooner Vandaiia. .
,Stuart &c. the ,
will.be deducted from the credit *Byrvp, public ale of UMUndf.eaikridag No,. Ja.n.
per cent inetalara Nov. 11. B. E. CARL tb* tractclaj-Aedi sibewi..alt CT 1'be above sain h further postponed until 5.
Lieta of the particular tracts can be bad by applying -- .. 'feited. RICHARD tuioivilla H. for ,atht MooJay inJulrowt.IT ....

to nay of the poetmarter In Benton, or Marion Corm JtEW' O".II-ItEBI1CEB PRICUff .. r.f. .rallAM YOUNG Tb above eats la 'further postponed until JVetlce. .
.If| or they will be mailed if applied for by .letter Groceries BftHlwmre, Crockery a.T .. urea. the List Monday in Augiwl next. ALL PERSONS INDEBTED I.. .

roar rAtD.addreewd to M Tu 8r ATI Ewurx aTsu.aiueu Hsel! B7 The above ..U postponed until the fin E. CARR Co aro reap'
.
Ftowoi. CALL the attention of the Trade.Private "ap811. ..aee. Moedayin SepumberneiuB7 te call and aettle thei account Tbota

., ,JOHN BEARDRtglrtcroP.Ui WE ., sod other,to the very Urge vepply Tbe abeva ae. cob eoeaajiodioe*beSdia The above ele te further postponed until the. minds will proaant the same for immedtaj dv 1.'

., Lu4t for' &he- >-3tswoTrde.. ef promlareooa a.JJylf'Jf by a*,now Uiag li i being eeeaalete. sad faraiaaed. baa been. Est Monday ia October DI.' Prompt attention to thin notice U'.Ipt.G C iL'B.

anW. New 8,UU7. discharged per Schooner Vandaiia. ,,iltt": takes bv the .br b.r, sad U new epeafe 87 The shams!.h ftsrther pootpoaad onUl the '. k
O Tbe following paper will please pubUA the They have been eelected with grrat care,and per lbi rocrpttea a ef eras pera-aaeat Beerdert aad atraa fins Monday la ffovettber MSt.CT 8epL.7f947i ,

above three months,and send their aoeounu to w TbeSTATI haaed with the atricteat f'COIM1JS).which ceahlea rat to sits** may WvMKki-a with a clod; kiaexperieaceicatcfiag. fa Tbe above aele to fHtket poo too ode until the .ALL PERSONS intaraeted la tbaEM
tullTta-.1I :-The Florida Herald. New*, ft, DOe the price agreeably) to the time aallsWevgkaewledgeef lae ....8N fnl Monday ai Pd..tjaettiCeRf 5.-CARlidoc..acI, Sri .Mindy'

at Jacksonville, the Ocala, Savannah Jlepubli- We refer to our oeverai advenWmeau, and sof cIt reeifena a w.1 kept..*.. be flaserf kfai*.{f sod month alter date 1 coif 1 apply nervwj le' the JWr.
ran aod Georgian, Charleston Mercury and Courier, the attention of the Trade and other Lady doom bet grve u ,... la iatredecie feniiry, &c of Probate of St. John' County for a *e*
feJUIej 'Standard and.KefU'tcr,and the ColombojIfliee We will continue te girt the Mme accommodation Uanaelf ass strayer ..' trace br Uiasdweg kewiba S TUAR"MJ AMorted C.dyl1,; Lemons,Coaeoe the Adaiaiat/atonbip of said EaI.I..IIsia| ,

Georgia.: I and facilities done by our late firm of B. E. Casa botintrodedaf bloadf P f permaaeat tetld.aca. oat.RaWa.Applea:Dried Froka. Teu.Coffee mioietertd. the aame. '

t.1L t. JOHN BCARD: RegUrr,, 4e c. B. E. .C"Of. J A>.,'. THOMA5..ieabst ftP'ca, Pr. BrlgCAailottt{ ,f JOHN M. HANSON \dIP'. .. .t
-"', Nov. 8, 1647, 29.3m l I, 1841, w >f. I.JNT, p. E. CARR. AofTjit 10,1347 -

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