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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: January 11, 1849
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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oclc - 02707282
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J "lJ t"f '".... : ,.. ..orfu., "'. ,4.I .YlEiNSflTU1Z1.FIDRiDA* z: 1-- >. The\;California."Gold. .. W.'Sb '. g I"e'&n ili rq'jil u}Ii Jves; Send I. h ._ ='. _, "- -,- .. dILep.rt -'_ .. ..__.. -J- _; -. # --
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TEMPEnANoE. .t'X ; ; i tr.moQ8iofda& ) tu.nptfwta&ira
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1a ected discoveries : extent and
., "i:. -,; I ,: t- ho Bo&id tof Tratoas nnex > of gold iajCaltfotnia, productiveness 111 If. r .
I 'ANI 'I held ia'Tlromasville-!follawiaff.rerulalions >Sacrament< other'Tiv ?'thcM inines.butno: one-will-believe what read tkeaanativeof fi
upon the and ; .
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ACRICTJtTURAI 'ADVOCATE: were adopted for.the 101"omlDenl'Jl&a Institutions aid ha JeTenuetmder the e4ueed Id -' hsngTP aDd
Tbe scholastic io consist of one term have not beforefkfceenn4hledKto find tew" "th"t' ''"I..lfe P. rateS is eidJ.y' inc) ; md-: Wd GeiiwtM
year ; room .amounted toW by t1emti
"! Yrf ,.t_ of ten months and dose the first Thursday, In l>eeember -" for a letailed acconnt of die rnatt'cr /f -. ._\ ". ;J ,: during the last iscai year,to $ Si jfe' w, l" w iiilobiicigt'.'
M,471,077fex
; tu M in Fla f- 1. '.-' ,numbers f -. iKi? ngE t" .GoWs 'f'bIVabfieJdut
Jfc
Treekly paper published Qnincy, of.each."year., ; i| ceed .dnnnij of '
) --4" .PO- ._' ..1. I or'wl irch'' have";been
RLTXiOT ;rTzN:! ., both? \" t f.: .' ing. the fpaMtge-"Ot addreaed to.th-late HOL'Dix1
:offldal It Levis
1T. C. 7ULU3 BAXTLETT. through and private sources.. Te following. htra reducing act. A 0 and : : the ins
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from chaPter
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*" Orthograr-hy, aad arithmetic the New enl outobiogtatereet i"i"
reacBng,wriUnr Thj wing letter will be found interest- e of the yearS .
per term, 916;the above with English grammar ; .Coumr tfId ,'> -' immediately. preceding, .th. :for* litltioee amdi-ra-e
fJJU IaSts425,184
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Proprietor of the Quiney Times under and geography $20 the above,;with the higher ihg.s* It: isextracted !ro n-the', "NewYorkJournal i,r rb; iota1ret: ur : describes the triaHbut itheenergetie >rii aO Witla
M it U .Tbe !
rcjjetedsoli : patrons are branched of English education natural y, including postage awmnted''t .
an ;embracing
fcwstly.comprised, ,thafnends of .,;.rid is from be pen..ofRevWater p.'aJane of$1 $3,550304. ,- pra:of'vc--1"T.. .
? among Tetaperaai mental and;moral philosophy rhetoric logic ,70J,25FoD hand at its romenv exceeding thatof the .pmioua The :
writer '
,.grje '.'tDd other industrial interests of ,- botany,*'chemistry- geology, book-keeping; Coltoh,.,Alcalde 'of Monterey: -. were $58,394,701;.,the,total ; $295,79t. year %rMr.' J. -Ba&tfton. .
'Sodrtylias determined to devotenis Journal and political economy $30 the.above, with latin Tl < JUJ55; man,; 'Ii?>Yirriniaa-fcy: iirA "Alter
Tnors exclusively,to the objects indicated by the French, Greek,algebra,geometry,mensura .oJ Monnn:illr u Airg:29'18tS: PS$5S,24ll67-.ghojjg Treasury of ;a balance in newspaper B*amounted to$767- residinjr for a \raQe m AlaUia-a fewyrara

'I.-k $.he b aI81IIDed. : tion, 0.,.*.$36 i music on piano, extra, $40; :'fThe'g ld' J' ,:_- $I53,534.TAi the4dose of ::33-1, being qn increase of $124,174. !since be went *** "*" *-i .
..Th Editor h*,consented to make this change ; jjext year it.13,estimated that : The ite
drawing and painting.extra, $25; use ofpu.no,' : there will repOrtuextprrceeds to set forth the there
j aiaVM* n Trfih*ch the irrtB theezpeetation of pecuniary per term,$4; for wood,per term,$!. One half-day brings r desire ejcertinr ( b.
a they
salutary m ovaliaflMne has been found
the tuition be
to in the other half aincepioved
paid advance } a : relation )
:: Sl. $5J04O,542. in
:} I : : 1. to the steamer mail :
*thronxbent ear growing State in re-. ib.1Jal7.w. 0 .. service.. .. valuable meelwnmlAtWashioRton (II 'ftl 1._ .
.gard to subjects which he holds of an others, tog ;t: oacramento A reamer? nTer yeiba''river, the teSth average aania Among the most prominent reeommend l.; ._, -
.M paramount &. f Dotim 1F"T !" P'ericuF.ark'p ot11i,and.&O'ut1l: S tionsWhicbitsets f
.:7' .*:Tht cause of Temperance the interest of Aj- "- rib.1 W" -the -: ,"and ''xnrtnany':dy ravfne f' fi& rtb, are these, s To make I One of his hrmUioDawu a) tnaet-

TtMltnra and home industry In all iU relations, ,. Mr.William Hunt, principal.of mala ctapart- and indeed on the tops of -high 1 1ertertf hX1!The $3P02,489:. He.then proceeds to point out ,.JO! fetters.. at 5 I ed ca..Mjrel p& plsj cr' :._ --
fJ *a4mrfctea-rUl be the objects to which the at- meat; Rev. G. ,A. MaHott,.assistant of male o .'eountrymwhieh"i is:ascertained the}ad consequences that would bavefolIaId cent theounce emu; or l .t 1 J" WiSP4i *ima J "
;i VwtfM.d tin will be principally directed department; Rev. Ri H. Lackey; principal of. 1 .
paper and
for .
TwTarr'date
lettetsMS
; foreign the _
exist Ihe continuance of:the Tariff of ; cents .
i 842aMthedistribution. &CIQI&.
.-pomneeted with these interests,and M bear- female department; Miss 'Mary Ann Potter;assistant tp. extends some Jwd-hundred: miles -
.t ster jyon them,and M influencing them a review 'ef female deportment. Board may be ob north and'south;,'and some sixty,east and of the!,roeeeds of.,the half ounce; the total abolition of the fpnTileg support, eopIe -- .

.f''ClffwUp. aSaln. of foreign and domestic market, thud in,private families in the village washing west;r and these limits'are every'day enlarggingiiyfnew SkP of the public lands., .The result of proIenbe the pre-paymentof'all mail mat. : butsomebowrwasctnkaigry aWoa8h th y saw ttneh that -

.i .rBtaw be overlookedEh and lights included from 8 to 10 dollars per discoveries., On the.streams ; urges jwould have been'the de- tel and lastly a change in the tenure of the : they:eould,Ttot-see
: [: 'imporUnoe. of the object and the aid.whtth month. The Board of Trustees h&Ye. in course stri : ion'of commerce the' importanceofihicb office of the Postmaster Generai-withayew how th mtriYauce.s.I be
1 Jkjwefl conducted .coald afford of erection, two brick,houses With two rooms in wherethegokIhasbeen subjected the ac- great .c
newspaper \ of remOT ng the which exhta :that tJculady::ujefol; Foltoay firat
and sand it exists in he then Sets fQ' Specific duties opinion ,
them are questions which could not be fully die- raeV .and commodious, and will be able to po..ofj..water : ;, ) fine
.4 -use4 in a paper of this sort; but it will be ourParpoee &accommodate comfortably .150 students. The grains; on the hills and amon the clefts of ]moreover, he Says,'CO'.l8tant1y Increase as at present constituted the Post Office Department drew crowds sock adnfee** round. it'wllellit'Was "

", to explain' and enforce them in articles houses will be' completed the 1st day February the rocks it is found in rough, jagged pieces as ne foreign article,.falls, in price-which. is used by politicians at the seat bf o:the stocks.'Mr. 'f-
.
original mad selected which in : next. 'The Fletcbere Institute is .nder the Government with the view of .'Keaunto: t to England ,arriv '
may appear our control of a quarter or half an ounce in weight and prcosit n he illustrates .length.. Ournfacturers promoting *ve* g
of the
.t.1..g. Florida Conference of the M E
; chorea and London Ja.a
eazrya
,.,-Tfce Editor of the TEXPKRAHOI ADVOCATE will sooth and located one, half mile from Thomas- sometimes two or three ounces. he cays; do not desire the party purposes party.organizations.7r .1&. Biwent, -

;:i "t in azJy degree interfere with party politics. rflle.Ga. From the proverbial healthiness of the ? .At present<.the:. people are. running lOW, res wation. of the Tariff of .'42, because' itstnn1ated N. YEzp. to use his striking ok langnaein.earch bfjann &

"Ifcerevents of the day the passing occurrences of place and the well known ability and sneeesss,' the country and picking it out of the earth' too much competition The California Gold OiSelaU y.t'.' ..like the poQoiCpheT.!lw.: ought
r1 .--week, he will notice with as ranch truth and as experienced teachers, of the Board of Instruction of rut lot one mind,capable'of ympatbetie .
"-: here:land there; just as a thousand hogs let: ?or export ;: breadstuSs during the year The Union'publishes: ;letter from..Dr: ap
.iMpvliaUty, as the nattre of the ease will admit. selectedbytbeTrnseeswebopetosljarea preciatinn.He earned with him bis,pLnas,
loose in would arunted' to the amount
forest ;
t' Jie4>dicve himself to be free from all party bias liberal patronage from abroad.H. a root up ground nuts. $37,472,751-double' Patterson, director'of'the Hint,at Philadelphia a teeming baun &letter of introdactioB. he will Some eight ten and exlorted tinder the Tariff of 42.Our ton- l
and endeavor r thus to the columns get or ounces a day the
.-sl:.. .of hu paper. preserve W. azpz,Sect J r P.P. Surra Pres..B01KD least active one 'or'two. They make the JJate also increased from'39,046 to 3,150- stating the ,results .of the assay .of a [ empty parse.:;!: f >

:-.. The Editor proposes to enlarge very consider.f taost who employ the wild Indians 'to -hunt ,,.tons; the]most of this increase is attrib- number of the specimens of gold from Calliornia. -I The story of Mr BeulingtoQ's _baa
Or TKrSTZES.BRITISH
ably.. papa? froca its present size, and to make it- for-them. There is: one "man who' has utal to the'present TariL Are-enactment ,The Union : :been.told by tW Dp of others as was .

: -other authorise improvement it. should the patronage. offered Rii; P.P.! SMITH, 'President.' sixty Indians in his employ his profits are a of the Tariff of ?42 will !increase smuggling; "The say meet;.we leave it,to :himself to dewribe' b!.
: gold The ,
yielded $36,892.
assayed struggles and 'probation.' His letter woaldbe
3.! 2mn'l1f S btrrr titn-Two dollars per annum RKV.: H. W..Suai', Sect dollar ,a minute. The.wild. Indians ,know gnat advantages' which exist along. our purity is the -
dust
in advance or thfci dollars if not paid in advance. WM. PONDER, Esq.,"Treas. nothing of its v 1oe and wonder what the eoisV'as: is shown by elaborate tables 92 .extraordinary; gold yielding marred by any!attempt on oor.put to ail
2-3 the
melted
REV. R; H. Lrckmr. ,3&i. Walker refers io the revulsions of .pure gold; gold,yielding :or, amplify. l/anf' Xa-oaW1 Miigaiisc.
faces do
pale want to with it they Will within
; give : six
I 6.1000,or dollars in the thousand
I : NEWDO( PAPEE. REV. W. W. GRIJTIX. an ounce of it for the same weight of coined Etpe which hate injured .our trade and dollars.of the mint standard of one 900. :r. ',

: avis it fiMAallimmediatdy, at 116 -1VauasV REV.: Gl:,A MALIETT. % silver, or a thimble fall of,glass.beadsor a then ente'rs'upbn'an elaborate vindication of This far exceeds the expectations of the most- 'E.c''Aq;; 11.18&'

: 1lrfItt.. New,,Yor- REV! IRA L. POTTER. glass.of grog; and,:white. men themselves soften free$ trade principles in opposition' to those sanguine, and places the extraordinary purity MjJeaiir.tIsbouU bare jrritten .ooq-

. THE ROUGH HEADY, JAMES' KTRKSET, Esq.CapL give an ounce of it, which is worth at I oft protection-enforced by the example of of the gold beyond controversy," err- but that had nothing.pleasant. to"say.

>ANL. BIRD, Sen. our mint eighteen dollars or more for a'bottle -! the several.States, of the Union,.among I reached London on the first .of January
The
"COXR ACT TAKE. UE." of brandy a box of soda IiI : which free;trade prevails. A large ertion Philadelphia Pennsylvanian has the S47 without which >.
i I (id: The school will open the.first Monday in powders following remarks the money or friends
Being the very Vest and cheapest newspaper at ,February. I plug of tobacco. bf the.report is occupied with this argument,' upon assay: just the thing I Besired when I left America

Xhe lowest price, namely. ; .As to,the quantitywhich .the diggers get, which'is skilful and plausible, though not "The first gold from the,California regionwas and just the thing..I assure yon; I .iH oer-
ONE DOLLARS A YEAR i ad-
jvyaKe particularly The repeal of the British deposited in the United States'Mint on
PERIODICAL LITEBATURE. take a few facts as evidence. I know even new er desiteagain.Icommenced operations at

This paper win.bit issued every Saturday on a men who worked even weeks_*gd two C rr:'laws is attributed '' arguments. Friday last, 'and was immediately assayed. once on the supposition that, in this over-

: Aandflome sheet wth; an elegantly engraved title, VALUABLE PREMIUMS TO-HT\T SUBSCRIBERS! days Sundays.excepted, on'Feather river; The(protective system is characterized 'as"agrarian Mr. David,Carter;an intelligent and adventurous grown city, wtxild at least enlist oo, ia.

'; -xepresenticr General Taylor on horseback at Subscribe early while the.terms are low they:employed, on:;:an.average* fifty Indians: ," and a,war upon property. ;: citizen 'of Boston (the Yankees for- :Jot Englishmen'..anf..not Americaai An

-THE BATTLE Of1 BUENA VISTA. ,and got,out .these.t5e'en.iweeks and two ;A Cutter has been sent ,to Oregon, to .en- ever) brought this gold amounting to 180ounees.lr Englishman will advance any amount on an
;. It win also bo illustrated generally with band- force" revenue No duties m' California-whence he' had. '
th laws there; 'absolute but
.ome engravings,representing the battle scones of REPUBLICATION OF. days two hundred and seventyflvepoundsofjare cerkintyj l not one penny where
4he wa &e. *- JTIII'LoxDON' rPknow"'the-l'men arid have can be c lleCtecFin'Califomia"as; yet fltisTecommendel just returned-r-having' left MontereyTXCaL :! ae is t aILIStrSkUbe got the whole

Jt will advocate ,the claims and support. the QUARTULT'REVUW-,,*. 1 seen the gold,'and. know what they stafo to that'other'colleciion, districts on the 1 st.of.$eptember, and reached Phila vprld by it, I *ff-nt'the first Ave .months

1IOIR. &tiOJt of THE EDMBURcn"REviEWV be afact-7o; sticka'piathere. IJcnow ten on the Pacific coast beauthorized.;: :.Refer, delphia! ;"by:Friday last the 8tlf of December.He In looking for the.inaD' with 'vapanDeledlerseverance

:; GENERAL. ZACHAIIT'TATLOR AS 'TnE'NORTH BB.ITISHREvIEW \ i other men,.who' worked ten days in company ence is made to the facilities for commerce came :yia :Paytai? in Peruto' ''Panama .andjindustryr Gvkjg'forces*

;:. -. : ESWENT.. ''TnREv" ; f' I ; employed no..Indians J, and averaged in to the Pacific to'the poprietybfeending across the:Isthmus'c4 Darien Chagress, I than.three pence L am convinced
.
4 1 ''"lt will go for o1d "Rough''and Ready,."party AND : these ten days fifteen hundred dollars eacH- steamers there,and to the great desirablenessof from thence to Jamaica and ,New,Orleaas, [that few persons rLoka. know so muchofthatincoinprehnsiblflarge


r. United latest* be President; '>, : .man,who got o J'of.a.basin, ina rock, not r The)& "''.recommends that an act be ,*f 4 But' 1.cry wardrobe;was.goneio
"
">It-will present all :the details sad.incident of ji'. passed allowing goods"toybe taken, across "He obtained the gold uf every case from -
supply withwretched breadL
larger than awash J iwo and me IAQ&COnt'
., I' tbowl! pounds .*
.4bewar, UIe1t.henceforth received in New '
aa L The above-periodicals arc reprinted in New the Isthmus Pacific the ndividual bperafore,' in' trade and ; "
fofcash
our same
ilork. .. half of'gold inften minutes no'stick.ano o. ports, as oitwitich I lived eprirelr. slept on'stxawlor
IfwiQ-be ag'ov r wiTh- > anecdotes- "''stone- steamers York,immediately in a beautiful their,clear arrival type bytho on fine British white ther pin there! No one of these'statements [rqm..one. jpbrt; to.another-.on. be'Atlantic. and has realized handsomely,by his en '.which I paid a baU pejper ,IghtI
.
: letting adventures tc. It wOI also tell aQ tbe paper cd are .faithful eoP et.or. :tho, originals, would fli belier'edidEnot"kno'r the'menpersonallyand.know .c.. ,. < .. :: terprise. f "* wame* ragged* and filthy and: IdSter 'io :
.
newief the .eek.;!0l'Iiga,and domestic- VII will Slackjrood's Magazine being sen exact fae-efmile > "' Consols are rriee3ediat Chores ad'PaIharb..le mesj of busuiess" l1 :
.them to be plaifl Jnal The Y..f xcw1Yk; go among : Jo1hs
"be GREAT fATERtoaTtrresppct: bot% f.> -u.-Bdia_.., -iiirtnn Tliey 'embrace too :_._:. "fI .t"J.. ; ._1-1.,;JW. **"' f .-* :
city and country wcribers, .n views of the three-great''pu-tieai ier-ofrfaictv;perl jBta yJw. ''pcn lLiYQJt of 'EbOds' Tbeirotefor: President. this State stood time my ;r6llutmy"
-l ';ltbexpeetedtohvethotsrgest4 circulation of rv.Whig and Tf.JJ., ,"Blackwood"-snd Ule jat as, cooflyas. vua_ wuuM ii tatugDm' ::: 41fo. n i'sv : t-ere. O'_. ---If. '.Jiaa'h
isotypaper in the 'Union. EnTymaa frrepdly to "London Qnarterlyl are Tory; the Edinbarg'h ** ;-y exported by the Rio Grande'A ,;-: ;7 LI

lth election of General Taylor will ribe. for Review Whig;and the"Wcntminster Review. The gold isbbtained in ti variety of. variety suggestions in regard to our 114,596. In"JMt Mr.%lay received 232- DcIu. -
ways
; pom.1..1.1
rit. It will be sold thonsands all over the connry. 482, tr.Po1k237,583and BIrney;15,812. I
RadicaL Tho Nor b. British Review is more trade in these possessioas submitted. a mOlt 1IIII13tuMD and. too&i
some wash it but of f the sand with bowls Q1II&
-Every postmwter,who expects to be reappointed of a religious character having 'been originally ; .Jree.trade between Canala and ,majority over Cass, 1 ,59Taylors .
; ; and those wBb came'
8Omc''w.ith JLecnrocal. ; ache slept in tie horrid
machine made like a-cradle!
will cubscriVrs.
< act as agent and praenre edited by Dr.Chalmers;and now since his death a ,only :
; jqvwTTarrBareb ;
The fact is, "Tl' ROUGH AND READY" being conducted by his son-in-law, ,Dr. Hanna; ) longer and:open.'at the fpo' while'at,tie 'Mexico..and' .the- .,United d'.1'States" is. recommend-. .-p Vanll ren's maj. over Cass ",, 98,032 ,: .den as myself. fere wretched street"begf
rwill be the recognuuxl organ of the friends of Gen. associated with Sir David Brewster. Ita literary, .other end; instead i "'o1asqa lll infant, ,'ed. "j 5,927 gars; the very cleatjest of them"Eteranyilivewith
Taylor wh are U ,Javor of his being Dominated character is of the very highest order. there is a grating'opoh'whicb g carth'is, 'The Mexican'; riff'jmpose upon -MeDco'daring Cass and Van Buren over Taylor., :6,560 all manner of creepugt' !'thib' ."i at I
.and ... Polk'over Clay in !44? :' i5,106 "
PRICES.IF. SUBSCRIBED FOR EARLY.) thrown'and .thewater. Both through the war greatly increased our means, Y was ndljeggar: ranrfbes5BdVorleTei|
\ II. ELECTED Y.TIrE.PEOPLE. : pass Total t iD 1834was 1 485,882 : J
$ and set salutary example eBigerant5 in asked favor of aiymaaftfucc I came to
the grating:, the.cradle, is.rocked,and being
''Let evtiry; well-wisher of'the country. send his For any one of i the 4 ren'$3 peT annum; on inclined, 1 thewater carries oil future.warsii ., < ,o, _. .Total TOte nbwr including an estimateof3,000 England 'Ask G4orgc Baaerof who I ealt
an plaxie, y v
ndonar forthwith to for.n, two, fire dollars;for any three, wren dollar *.|'.The'Secreiarj: strongly- 'renews*,his recomndaffon16bnc&tnntiathecity ; for'scattering, 45662 ed upon'two' thjee meWem' I askedtheSUgbIeSt
WIL KINON Jc CO., Pabluhen ?;for all four i4thcreview..',eight dollars; forBbiekwoor the"earth; AdLthegold is deposited in the of Less than the vote of '44, ,,29 OTayJdt'j1ibte'JessthaD < f ,
; 116 Nassau-street New.York.Priee.3 ,''Magazine, three dollars for Blackwood bottom of the cradle. So the two things : l'sL fjtifrlCass favor or/even\ presumed1 uixw
and three reviews nine dollar?; for Blackwood in this New'York.tr It is'iirged} as necessary.in order theJe hittti I did write hint
i cents single; a large profit allowed to and the four reviews ten dollar pur annum. ,most i prized world gold.nd.infaDt: to&securethe'city command of her.duepropbrtidrfof'eolm and Van Bnren less'than.Polk,, ,2,477By a note, asking hid toveone'and'witnesrf.therruinphrof .
wgrats who buy ia quantities.prosp beautyj are,bothj\rocked out,of their primitive a careful estnnate of the increase of
I Payments to le made i*a3 catet in'adcance.PREMIUMS. one.to "pride and the,other .The' storehotiset thegoods ters1z'lheiatio of opening th biifge'attteGarilens. ,.
state of the
: -IIErery ooantry paper, who win print this pamper of; the Union .he)s ys.1D1Iat become v increase pppulationsays and delivetheotathis
own htnise'.m'yself -
ctM, shall reotive "The Rough* Res4j"Th to the worm. Some forego cradles $
pamper : theTriSan weconclnde that
I :lie storehouse:'of its epeoe, : ,: and although Prince
and b wlas too tame'annccudd,and, ; *v3. > fi ; Albert earner: Twrf:

'. Consisting of back volumes of the following valuable mounted on horses half wild ;dash ,up the M..Th.e.Dejartoent .March. 1845'> has there-ate now.; 531,57&r voters in'the State, gotVren a rcpfeto my. iBpte. 'If-'BuK
work,viII: Bentley's Miseellany; the MetroolitanM&gazne mountain and over, the lulls i coined'at our'mints' the"sum! pf$38,717,709. allowingTas.;a hasis that o2 the votes'were croft had come, an* been'the inanp to:have
Coast Steamers Dublin gorges >steep in ttfoUowstbereforethatatthe
the University Magazine cast 1844.
; Much
hav&hein'
would coined -had miin'
'Fr tbe infonnition of ; Blackwood's Magazine; the London the picking the gold from the clefts of the rocks more late election less' only recognized y rags'a wasj1t:
: our travelling read mint no thahT4,91J voters
there New YotkSThe '
, been a branch at would have saved"tne much sufeequent sufering.
,the tho Westminster their'bowie muck better '
Edinburgh Foreign Quarterly;and with -khiyesa use I' .
of the1 Stat Withheld itheir" ballots '
c. ers -re stale the &js 'departnre tc of Reviews. branch mint.would 'also greatly aid the Fxopire ; rwiBnotbeEeve that-Baacroft ever '
. .. Any'one subscribing to Black- 'ke"0' the;instruments than'bicking: : .operations ,
: illie coast steamers wood; orto oneof; :the;:Reric"s,'at dollars a the life of men1 bddies- for what is of the assistant treasurer.1 .-! \\t.Kl t ; .a Presidential Electors fot<_more than one saw my.note,'for his deportment iol Was
? out
*> ama .
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year or to any two of the periodicals at 5 dollars, ,1 TH yaetthanta bf,New.Yorkj from'Janu- t ,\h* .POP t n,; everkm:1: f1 's" "' ,' .,'Itt
, ..- +., The iteauship babel carrying the U. S. will receive,gratis ONE volnmo of any of the premiums with that article picked out of him 1 } : r''The'succeeam.rl
calls from <3xarlerfon for Ha- jcbovo named. A subscriber to any three AJarge party; well. mounted, are. follow 'rjJ, urt7toQTemberr..3O'1848r&paid #. ork Slivis,.Wrin.otri ion ; ;]three'ja -i'iJai
.fnafl regniarly of the periodical at 7 dollars a year or to the:.4 jng'rip the channel pf the Sacramento, to'dis- $35,360,678:krus.Theaount of specie 'UUNDRD,sATzL-.capt-xeDnard,.of, ship first five I win'''poll detail upT to/'the 'time". I

1 -ranacn the.1 :and. 15th of 'each 'month, reviews at 8 dollars--will receive TWO premium cover where'5 tbJJ gold ;found oa'its' banks received-during!the ame'!;'period'bythe .Goodwin f rpmCalcaJtta,:lastrfrom.St Helena commenced:to ,build' the;Bndge.7 '1 win not

"receiTing. mafl' and. passengers'frorai' Savani .. volumes and three U reviews- abov.;at cA 9 5)5Ijjf dollars a year to Rlackwood or to tho comes from,and imagine that near the river's assistaat:traanertewYwkww$57i328369 the coin4isbarsed$55,436,259.: Oct.12, reports that a,brie;with upwards rm1til to-write nipr' jpaift

.i ] ..ai Tybee, bar, and toothing Key 4 reviews and Blaekwood, at.19 dollars. .. will receive fount;lbey,wfll findthe..great yeUow.mass bf 40f slaves, 'arrived'at St.HelenauiOct, your -read the incidents of those
THREE premium volumes.. itself- :;Bu-t' tjiev might,as .well hunt theBeetinl The Sab-treasury4 system:!is vindicated as having been captured by her B! Mrfiip Bri- ninety days. 'My-Jneart turned grey,.and I
.J Wed :Tla She sails from Havana for '
) t .,'
the State bank deposite syBtem. ? must have died but for the who'old
against | Jews
0 Plt'.U .'b'P rtidi.ai tnnnminstheprtmivmt ; rainbd\v.( 'The gold was thrown'up tonmart; tijewest coast of Africa without
; \ -
Charleston' bnbe 8th ,and 22.1. i The transactions ::regard-to;the loan of, give me one shilling dow -
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J "t' desired and Hit works.. sabscrzbcdfor. : from.the=bet'of the ocean with the rocks colors or paper. She had been previously font--rLDQW
.c-- r ) Ij -_ iin* detail d. :
uuonth., # ; : and;.san
L] kesteame ,lC ro2 .leaves Savannah lorNew :, .CLUBBIKC. '. yi bears, where it has pedtheaction pf.the The who1 premium obtainedwas$487468 : I Dart: ,-when<:she was always represented as.theAuiericanbrig robberies have araonnted to several .hundredpounds
i 'Four *ah'of the boTe /t'The public debt.has'beea: punctually paid; ,- pethyof1which I hare had
opteIOCaIJ1'o wortu elements trace Of. yoltanc: .fire. It Frederica;'with American ,every Jto
York on every alternate Wednesday. will be rent to'one address on payment of the regularsubscription fteif encases vivid a'crystal t'qualtz i whichibepebble : whenever it cbecamer dne...Statements!,remade colors and.papers-f She.was.tabnnT' at Congo 'subsequenUy ;'Jpr'since' -my xnccess""atStaSbrd
A second fer&er for this tm will be for threes-tine ioorth copy being that this has been done at ev. 'in wh
ready gratis. v"t.. .. !liesJiu.if it had fSt nibered there showing er, at which h lace she had been deliveredto net a-uman EngInM caa
early in the spring, so'that one will leave 'Nq'ixmzwnswz7I oi j given irfare the- .above- from eternity. Its beautiful repose ;sets'human ery'periodofour.11istory:- >, -1 _:::_ 't ..I ;;' Brazillan 'purchasers.' .The"coot, who read but knows toy aiLIrees.. itc4st-e:

Se.1'8.IIUh NwYork edneSaay.C" allowance it''made todvbt nor win premiums in arti ce.at, Defiance.. ..How strange" that '. .Oarjresentrdebt.ia.about: $63,304,450- was on board at the trnie of bet capture,son 1Q toobtaln the shUnwtthwhishiIthytdmiin1o'

every any case be furnished lanlewr the subscription Is this"ore',' should have, lain' here, scattered: less thaa'Ao//the annual interest OB.the public board pre-rioUt her being-Delivered to : the .fioyal "ZoolpgKal

'Page tavSt faxe$25.v paid infvllto the pvblithert without recourae to about tn>/'all 'cllie ti S"peeping eve'ryiybere', debt.of Great BritainOur. . | thee Brazilians. .She.was sent to St.Helena Gardens, where r'suclafter much

. *.'!"Ihf""NortAtrn r SavOurntr a.nagcst. v' 1 i t 'j <.J ') out of*the earth'tand,'sparklin?'in the'sun- ;"whole.public domain?unsold amounts for.adjudkalion_in,the. ..Admiralty,CourtrAhoutjforty4of mortofication, in? ttttinV k'ghost" bf'a model,

1.1;br. ";., \ .. .,: :,and.. .NewYork.c1ayfaivertise& . :a f.':- /.. 'IARLT. :COPIES.. 1'.0. and been;,trod upon.for ages ,by,wbhe men Jolt,4, 2.217831etres.; t.x that? 'f ,be. .,' ;,'1 'the I Negroes/ died'on the -panpututhe.dept' of the bridge made r ft The ''nodel'althonghiiad
astonished ;
-s- -' ., .TherSeeretary.adrises power given one err OOo1j jEverjrengineer -
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ofher
) "Mterfle dDe- A late arringemenfw 1lerlriJiaberi and avages .Andvby5the emissaries,.of every ...sa tP, :Pe *;!were ,I of ebriryjia LOOdmi.was. calJa1.;
Blackwood's Mcgarine Mores to as early sheets association the world l i' thekDepartIneflttoli1rch38& aU1thO'tubl nd-binpmpercon4itionif they-arei 1
: Scientific in
cember the :fSoatlycrfter will be la-d for six p.nnverr io7'
> p of that work' by which wo shaH be able to pIe tHl Seen!discovered "What ass man debt'exdnllve'oC'/'rreasury*notes withontpremiunj'jand wiUing-w'ill b sent to one of the vest India I decide..whethp?jtspracticahletajbrovit.cross
i an
:Sweta! ) -.1 :'T't '"A f the entire number in the band of rabxcribers be now also to purchase the market : "" -f ; r"mistake- the lake kJfonr : ,; : :
"He .
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with his lea l i! .
is all. stupidly tbai.the'
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of be -
fore -
!,'Tieistea-DshiE Columbus BaflDs. rt ilariy any portion can reprinted J any.;f I oTer.hilIsof rate any portioaofUiQ rest ofthe debt Detail ,T vssIcapthxete -not ,, the final.decision,ceclaftd d4lj ,.
stumble Jdto.ieaCha rare
wvetveen American J01I1'ft&1I..i.For.th .andot.hef advantages I ., ,__ ;
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t i > -> v J* fore them w LI hut thatstcould
purcbascalnea4made. : psfcsarig strangf
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'a ::: .secured'to' .sabseribert' ? amegivenoithe was : Briti8b ,
Cbsmesl n Philadelphia Day oar we pay so lpeppcr-p04 C ..'iid' \esth.. 1I't., : : ,
'' large a.ooaideiatioa that we may be eompeuedto I .The whole country..isnow moIwrnhe Reasons aie? givenwhy-the: ;debt,{should be .Westas ?rthlDf.mJ. notb&.esxxe&taamuch greater length
r'fCiiia'paisa
aAretlisea.fif '- raise the price of the magazine.Therefore w San Frandoonoma r. -a f discharged as.rapidly as possible./?* F *-J i icana,f anJ'i&tnt to BJO!faneiro. ,",und r:a"eea- "than tbelengtlz of the modeL.This. war thepointrf
mines. Monterey ; '-
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> .! .". .;- ""r':17;_steerage, r..f$3. *-!-" .1o.h. repeat. jUnlUanbas"tuutail and*tarty commimicatums ienu thejprict shouldbVsJwavs is1oseS'.4; F&in JoS,1uI4Sant Crn 'areif(:emptied of The Coast}survey> unmaking,:irapiijprpgreatv l letter. .andtlfrpm, ,,.ihence, proceeled Iq"Africa.. fngimidst'men lift or Jfia*;withrn. .; wassa.---.2'
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; -Six sections: of the eoa.s1.- wcbe: n ;,J- Sft ***- !- 7Ar fftffr 6f the'naieard .
addressed, ; ,, ..( -.' .. .
drfrsnke&tothepub beir..inalelpopwatiorA&trariger coming V
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Udenlial 1'.n'is".' :shoals discovered i: 1." r. nt'stl the oal&fcIuce
Pre Vote. fluliert 0. AItD! VOTT &cp.'f.p surveyed,and si< new *i fc i i [ ii i ii in i\
6tdf" Jt't.u "u.1 ;, ,4' .. ,. I here.would suppose he had arrived among a .. Jgha-HOUSqEW 'sr Tsirr& Iii>Sixvii,MLXiOIMeIIcOuced : aDd '
; 79 FuItontrtet Improvements indoor th4 p zntdecidedagaiueLmI4luegncj3ule
.As ft.mittf r of reenco,we pallith the follow New.Yo4, race .9f,WOU1eD, who some:"anomaloprovision lls .' fe 1f1e;f ocrt &-yearaef',Spanish'
l r TOWS for. .11d eandidateaJn. ISM. .., ---I- SI I IJ. I of hatur r,4 nu&p!11M.their"images are urgentlyjecommeodaL % -f,,, Fa\j '. ..almi, *. ere mjwlzoin cneibe4eTor&:4
lr ascertained 1\
tripr&tt'-V ii' jHi" ._ ICE-'Ebe< o-partnenhnriwrctofor New stanoanla fot-Weiht* and.measuresand ruIe tr 9-11MifQ;1810"as y- ir was, .
fM'.i4.w6ci4e& ; ,. .; E1 T.; 1rU-1 > eztiistipg I with chrt the bresOTce' Fth 'bth i seTV'CQt ; 'G
; -f .rn the eoinaxetpoft )$3421i4,285belng: &D ; e
i ifJ' '- between:;the2uab.srib.t.j.nder i 'the ihe adoptipa.oi tJ10 decifaalfc ysteue. .. fetJooitepirimin
fewxif Ithe-womtn "have too/ .._ ,
not gone espe -
Folk .
; J:14y \. ; 4locbiy.PoIk.4S3 firm of LEWIS ,C nxT"fc;,toPAaT,3Jj4 a '. o \.n trttJ* "lf8JJ'' ; -1'f\.; &oi$24,0o3o0o*year/A la the saccscdlnr -:
ym--:1' .: ":.9 dissolved by.mutual consent. ffc .' J ( aaJlrh se'whQ.had got,-ont oZar-for A** V* acmmaaonti5P.skedtQ.SU- jfftw !-, period bf ft nyearavlhcoiiiart'wasonJr ,Mppapec5-ves I Jd ime-t tani-
'N.H..m1J 11fJi6JOO 4.l61t 6.'Vemont. 4-4 .LEWIs-CQtBZ4t I bhi-.is awoman Wl1hOUt ber jea.nnt.- .' : !
t ? 4 J the miaexallaads of California, : : $1t6s72orraboat $10,006- r dran1ei*
: 2S,17:18,0.0'J,95.j vey ,
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Maisebit .f,872i; !l .830U'l ':.' : '" J 1 EDUT Ann IJ? I pythoafess'withoutEv, er' I thJth3I. lIA The Warehousing: Systan.i: reserved for 000 annually -Thlr4 ttittatioh'5of prodoe*- :itteed aI-is

PLd--It .t '7.,11".01:1: : .,4C.int1ent 'i Ioj.'t 2cwYorl&pt.thl848. I angel that has-Jdsi'hw lyriB,6 Erery.bpwl, special reporttsprpgres Jb ; tveness.was 3cribed not to/ the Vdt of _

,Sl2!, t9.&t. 1M3n.Ai: .:tr .1: -.: -., FT'1"TYUtl'OJ bay5; walming>pan/andi piggia have,gone cessliL a* 0i14" eatidtctory.* .-r..--, Fl gold,'but to"the'disturbed state bf the counbirglt -
'. 'Nnt York StZm1237\ 88 15,812 -. SS I Yery-thiBg,in,siort, that hasctirrtha .J..1 "
IJtJP A Jftffi?soj -r .v' ref"' 'Jiri i .68 nesl4nsconcerning try. These oai ,ar oovr orkedlishmen
New Jersey ISIS7e!: 131 7 1 t AUv *Jv** j .i
'rnDL' .iTrieiaa 167.B3S';ilJ31 II28 cl rAJtp-mmiiiqnvaf'fvmn m.r cnworked 0 URI\ 'organizabrttLand bthe1reasut1Departiie j to hdmv'thefy"have 'beeq plede *, hibak'd -

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thousands and tens of thousands cussing i it, FLORIDA, UEPUBLICAN1 fried. .of the. Sentinel will doubtless continue' '3 atance i in the Chamber on the:18tW; ? ctre.. rf.ep 1 $ of overseer Aue ol public road*, 'was read a third

paying toll besides being the great traction '. ., :TC'CTlb1era i ?fearfulir' P .
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tioDcaruJlg on
notice wih mr Engrossed :
piling two:upon o welwpe f j. .
but what bas written; largely:, ijbpon it. t bur"" ; 1 remarks tw te fth law for the ofa
I given that ;, can (fire random shot :. ointionin'Rouiehastennmatedin prp init payment
Although. I have never ,received ai.penny* t@s Our ttobscribejrfin:.TaUdhassee. ? Ulpteaee so' we a plae : ;.rJtve'Jo. !claim of the late'William TnuieweH wasread

nor never will, for building* the!wid je 1 1 *ay into"* the'. Sentinel .office-the: iW'this;quar r:occasionally, :if'nothing the< .flight of the Pope who.has taken refuge mOYeent olt .yeqae a third time and passed i:
hare no fault to find with Mr.Tyler;the He refused to France. not being my
pro- at Naples. go .
more. I House bill to be entitled An act to amend
amount
of their .subscriptions to the Florida members
prietor.-forhe has done all that be f at time that the southern
fuUY$ Austria has abdicated i infavor conthC' relative
The tat 1aw'nowin force to the
Since Emperor organi
the above
writing
perceibai
promised to do- bat was to'call it Reraton's Republican whence they. ,will obtain .dulyauthorized we teisu g, \ "of Patrols wa*read tad third time sad .
'Bridget' fLargestv; f'ever 'receipts.We ., the':JVorufran"and Southern.-/own :have of his nephew. .f .r rCoTroH. r becI forebore saying SKffiSlpa

mode the-world, is made of the' Bridge.- shall also forward soon':.one1: 'or; two be.united; and are now. published.as. .;Fair Upland and. obi ;quoe I yon ,might.imagine that I. ,ii tJ: fiti \ act'iO'ide
becomesomeVbat
ras Every mysett.letter: of The Diy bridge name'isrnearlyiis to this day| 'is large.the bills'f advertising, which cap be settled'in i paper? ,'.under the .title,of, the Pfloridianp! : at 4- i, 8d.a Ore 4,l4d., :I Southern feelings'aronsed. But you., wU have unnecessarily for the recording of the marks and brandieS

prominent curiosity of the Garden You the same manner. our"- ", ?he introductoty of .the. preseht .. GRE ] teen, before you -receive; this letter, that the cattle shipped from the State of'.Florida- *,*was'

can't"open a paper but you may findij "Rem- By an arrangement'with 1e, editorrof( the editors'\tritten in fine taste j "C .' SIQNAL. 1 Representatives of the'South we'taking! read iOiuinotiott a third,time and passed f M

ringtoa's Biilge.n Soon-after it wai,built I < < namo1iI '. la the the zoin u ;;uw'tiwci.-. steps to awaken the people 'of;;that section j oMr.Eurri1t'thsycte.
&ntintz.; we are also .auth iized. to receipt The News did not as we stated, &eon too sense isday on House bill to .be entitled Aa act
have of irifcn looking .. : of the,lUnion
\
frequently'seenhundreds tlals f Dodgeand Hon: George ; ofthe.iDtpOrt5eato .
at the large picture of the' bridge at the for"any moneys'due .that. per, in Jacksonville ; C CALHOUH chairman i : the Southern mtif ,: of the crisis which provide for' theVynfcnl0'!\ Berrices.rea.dered
or its < W. jone ;.were. presented, as Senators .elect stubbomneN'of the free .State members 1* by overseerS of public roadsj wa rt-
corners of.the streets and,euvyingleming"ton. : vicinity., ing held at Washington, bates chairman <1. considered 'theiJTecoaaidendoB
when I stood unknown In thej crowd from,tow deemed to 'be"'rapidly approaching. .Tneproceedings : andt.trpo
i
-
the It
.literally'stalv! g.. 'However, the,'gresvt BUCcesflof : J5@0wing-- to' the- recent ,change'of, '',them committei appointed thereby decla': .The Senate p terne.the respective 'of .the"preliminary; meeting! tbereof'Mid bill was referred'by enanunou

the,bridge gave me some credit;with ill route west. from 'the.river to then; itself 'nigh'tizi'thit statement All classes'to wh ed-t'c Senators should which took'place in the Senate Chamber on consent) ,to-, :the! Committee ;.jcja 'Internal tavproVemVnts

*a tailor; I got a suit of ,.clcthes ad some 'st stageline.wefeat.some. our papers'1u ve have'seen of the .organization, of that cpi?i imittee S t Friday!'the,22d instantapp ar to have been :, I
in MnDodge : ,
resulted
:"h t' .. aclean'8hirt. :>liirt is 'that Mr the belong, 'ht assigning. srkel of moderation as The Senate adjourned t$, Wedneadajnext.
Any w&jrreat t p not been duly received. -We had noise'schedule'of : ,.STHUS a movi r, m by a great degree '- '
a
.
which, the 3d of l r
term expires on
the above
but a dean shirt-O, wbata.1nxury.\: would be appointed chairman. well as firmness of purpose. Since --
:'"sands cards, were left for me at, tfie Gardens the new route; and supposed the .March, 1849, and to Mr Jones. that which meeting waS'",held,'every'one seems to be

and' men came thehridgejjErora; all I I stage "only/took mails for post offices in a",di- The Savannah,egales its rea will expire on the 3d'of : awaiting with almost breathless anxiety the lnU f, 'Deu11lffi1.S.cu.n. .

parts of the kingdom. j jl j]. : sect line with Tallahassee;and consequently: era, .in the,very heart.of ctM ris wih Mr. Mar:1853., insti- report of the'committee appointed onoccasion that .. ,
J3a' with all my}; due bills in the hands of Undero fera consisting,.of one (either Senator: "Mr.r Sanderson'from
.four Marion and'Alacb'uaJ Committee
4'
placed > onboard such articles Southern the Woi it I on the
papers as tuing inquiry;into establiahing of the
.ebe1borJewiofcOflTSetba4l0P; Whig theexpeiencyof or Representative) .from.each.. slavey
::and came down to Stafford. I first iiuilt the the boat as usu 1. The. tetausbaU Enemies i. of the South,",' ,'" 1 I Boards of Commissioners to ascertain. holding-States, Hon. A. H. .(Stephens! of state of the Commonwealth' : introduced bin

mill,which is the most popular patent ever ; not;produce: : irregularity:in future. IIi "The Plot Thickens,'.rom..the Richmo 1 the amount of.appropriated lands in California Georgia, being Chairman. your..Representative amendatory and State of the..witnessesit. several acts,1 'reJai.'toJurors '

::taken in England. The coffee ..pbt and' the ,moan 'tmeny.nssingpapers Enquirer;,and yet.coolly conjures Southe i and. what disposition '(Hon. E;. C Cabell). i?, I perceive,.a Mr. Floyd introduced a bilk authorize'
New.lexit'a
many other small patents, take exc&dinglywell. doubtless come to hand, after a brief and unitea member of the'wmu ttee. When this body the consfructiofj of the .l
differences in\vhich MagnttieT
repose <
,The drainage of,TixaU Meadows is men to forget i party i should be ale 'gold'ard shall report, should their recommendations t7aph,

.Jhe greatest triumph I have yet had,tfn England. in,the.PaTatka, post office.Election I rally for the South.' Alas, for the Sou*, other,minerals, found. The resolution be concurred in, they- will no doubt be laid I a providing(for protectiih of the same.
a offered
,
Mr.;Sanderson the which
.. The carriage bridge for EarfcTalbot 'of U. S. Senator.' if. .the rally".were //deferred. u.lt/ the 'V,. was adopted. before the people of the South,:for their'approval w adopted : following.. ,

:Dukes is a most, marquise-s majestic earl and,wonderful lords. fcc., aijd fr1"-thfiU i 2 rr % Jd aaf-ih lsrinsujnton aW roirWugncrs to le I 'lathe S e.n.th tb"no ing'orim. turn .out;ordi that approvalvor.sit they (the people: )may may perhaps.choose: ,Resolved by the Senate, That;his ExceUenytheGovern

.be ,inform
ladies, are comy 4oJ 'J Air bridj from the 2'd'ballotJAasoN. .A.fortnight since,. the editor of thT rtr 1; portance was tscte.IIn to adopt'some: other'icotirse;' in .either of ., requested to the
'
MORTON -of'Escambia' Sehate>hethef the5tate of Florida has
: art6cracythan' I can execute'> in ten very sagely suggested ; that the Whigsiaketheir the mo ", ae by 'Mr.Stuart which cases their ,Represenlatifes.will be va-
received from
: the .
.'ea1'8t I.would do them. Indeed, 2 bay county, West' Florida) was'clected; Senator from the >Middle or VTesti:' ; of Michigan reconsider 'the 'ote.by found (as they have ever been when southern : anything .dIatribUtiOSIefhe'pmceedimanisingfromhesaIe of the

ibeen so much the : Unite! States:.Senator to succeed after rights were involved), standing'shoulder .1 public
among aristocracy late the which Mr. Go it's
ich resolution '
would leave the East the riga to was adopted, lands! Whether:she i L- ot not, eabtfedj
that .
what with shoulder Constitution .
in
high so'sr 4th of to defence of the
living, being iden March -
Hon.
next J. .
WESTCOTT.F. i the Committee"onthe to of the said ,fund I
'
LI
i a transition from starving, I have bee compelled Gen. cam I the Senator to be-elected in 1850.-- instructing Distc'olCoJumbia and their constituents. ", any portion any,
to go through acourei.fm .icine, MORTON (says the Sentinel) has in tun the Assembly would Democratic! to report a_bill to abolish the slav The recent and frequent demonstrations :how'much and, what effort has been made

and am just now convalescent. Of Bourse years past been an influential member of' the It reminds us of the fellow b who got adrift in I f trade therein, was stated by'the'Spekerto: i in Congress on the subject of thfttftolition' t Government collect the same- .from the"! United-StaIN. .

anything once built precludes the ; Legislative Council of this Territory and of slavery in the District of Columbia! has '
be first in order-the
of poebiliIt the current without oar or rudder,and, while] immeiate .questi U ,Mr:: Forward introduced .resolutions protesting
caused in
taking patent in Englandbut I last spring he was selected by the private circles, 'much 'discussion ,
gallant
.and value are beyond alllc! cu1ati$ n. A he was floating away down steam J k d pending being the of \Ventor upon the merits ,of two alternatives one of against the removal sof tie military

.permanent, beautiful, and steady) brid, may Whigs of the West to bear the Standard of out to. the people above, "Just keep}in y to lay ..1Stuart'a' motion on the tabi e. which some of the citizens of this place seemto munition?, .ordinance, stores, &cn, from the

be thrown across a river half a mllt'. wide; Otd Zack, as the Electoral candidate of that mess of fish till the tide turns !" This was decided, in the negative"58 to'10 9, think will soon have to be resorted to- garrison in the' city'of St. Agistirend

out of the reach of floods, and without any' section. He is a man of liberal views, of The Senatorial election is and the whole subject was then postponed viz : abolition, or, retrocession to the State of asking from the'Federal Government protection -
nd the
to frontier
over now of tie
eastern
touching the water, at the most inco sidera- polished manners, and of sterling sense. Maryland, (that portion of the District ceded l Peninsula
for weeks.
two of Florida
ble "Democracy" remains unforestalled in Cast ; which were read and passed.
expense. The"American patent t well: It is of the by Virginia having been,it will be recollected
secured at home I know. I Miall .c/tolinue. one proudest results of our triumph : Florida. Between now and 1850, we have A tart conversational debate ar i r e- already retroceded:) and whilst many express Mr. Forward, from the Selfcst 1 Committeeto

i to build a few more bridges of larger and in this State, thus to have placed' in only' to say with Mrs. Partington, gard to the publication, in the New York themselves as favorably disposed towards whom was referred the bill relating to the
mode of
larger ,' and of them the United States Senate a tried and "Mk the latter I' have appointing and duties of(auctioneers
spans one a' railroad sterling :: Tribune Horace not heard of one
member of
most tremulous by the
bridge, in order that I may perfect myjself in i Whig-thus giving us the preponderance in your exertions. Greely, a though I have no doubt that there are some made a very able report, on.that;. .. *
jtnemeo as to fair By the if "getting the Potomac House, of an article imputing illegal chargesof few-who t
commence when'Ipreach our small joint representation in way ; on are favorable to the former prop
.America. I have a great many racjte a* at the Congress.We fire" is a test of senatorial ability, it is a.l little mileage by members upon the principle of osition. For my own part, I am in favor> HOUSE orWednesday RuRESDTA1tvD.
time have)
same ff
counts of my exploits since I came tfStaf.< every.confidence : remarkable that neither of the present construction, when the spirit the law only neither. As to the: former, leaving out c>fo ,'December tt. '

ford, but must defer sending them unld'oext} ; that, in the selection the interests of the "Demo ratic" incumbents' 'have accomplished ed entitled members to charge by the. direct! consideration altogether<,the inquiry as : The House met.and,'after a short session

time. I beg you will write me, forhow, whole people of Florida have been entrusted the power of Congress under the II in I which little business of a public nature
since a correspondence is opened, I shUil 1 be to safe hands. it. One has been educated in pyrotectics, post routes. Mr. Greely w sharply inte sr- tion, to abolish'slavery! in the .Constitrd ij id was tranSleted adjourned to attend a maso

$ 'able to tell you tIOmethini'about En1an d. The vote stood and the other proposed to throw in, neck ,rogated a to the authorship, &C.of the article this is a matter which has often been discussed nic''celebration, of the anniversary of St.
.
J know it well. I have dined with foarls L For and heels the war arid brimstone Polk ad- \ by several members, and he disclaimed (and as.often differed upon) by some John the Evangelist.. i|
I Morton
and from that down 22 Democrats
-down-Hlownr-pwn of wisest I
intention our statesmen- think that the '
U to where the '! mn.tratio1; but there wasn't caloric enough l personal imputation. Ct
!knives: forks and'chained p.l\t 8 Whigs. considerations of expediency and good faith, SEHATE.
to the table for fear they tbou abe I For Ward, 26 between them to give the old river a flash. Mr. Turner offered a series of resolutions, it nothing else should stand forth as the '
Whigs, paramount A received uihis
stolen.! '? inquiring into the truth and character of the and message was Excellency
I dear : 1 Independent.If THE CHOLERA in New Orleans continues governing motives in devising' l the Governor, in answer to a resol.
am, sir V
which action
my allegations this
; were upon important subject.
Your obedient ; the preferred claims of local sections of its ravages. According to the Bulletin, the aopte. Would tion of the Senate, askin' for information as
abolition
be
servanr t In the Senate, on the Mr. Bright offered expedient ? Certain!17 to whether the State of Florida las
J. R. REMLNUT. the State be referred to, without regard to number of interments on the 29th was 84-, a joint resolution 24th the it would not ; for the reason that it would, anything from the proceeds ever the received

A telegraphic; dispatch to the Philaietiihia preferences as to men, all must admit,that but while the Delta puts it down at 92. Duringthe of Electoral Messengers rre to the old mileage rate of by creating a rallying point for them be the sale of public lands, and whether, she is'or

simple justice has been accorded seven days the Cholera means !inducing the slaves of :LJarylandani b j not entitled to
American
gives the following as th? tymrnittee to the h prevailed] '5 cents per mile;,which was Virginia to leave their masters and con any portion' bfj said fund;

of one member from each glaveHold- West; but in looking at the vote, if,any regret there were about 550 deaths. The weather \ Mr. Niles, from the .adopte. centrate i in the District j which, besides being accompanied., by severaL letters 1. t;and documents.

ing State selected in accordai.ce with i:!!resolution be felt, i it'will be that twen ty-six noble> w still unfavorable. But little business! on Potfces a great piece of,injustice to the citizens of ./e
of the meeting, andhi.h i"tcrreberta and Post Roads, reported back the l\Ir; Moseley, from the Committee Oil Internal
those States ;
Whigs had no part nor lot" in the selectionof doing. to say nothing of the grievanceto
ws bill Improvements, .to whom referreda
port, ter: j: to reduce the rates of postage, &C. withan the citizens .WJM
JMessrrs the gentleman upon whom the choice of The Cholera made its in I Washington, would, in the bill providin,* for the payment,f'services
h
.Stephens, of Georgia; CJayloi ; of appranc amendment.The course of a very'short time; give the seat of rendered t
the has fallen. Memphis Tenn. t c by overseers of public:
Delaware Legislature Three jroadsj .re
; Chapman of Maryland; Bayly, dehs r I J/otuewas chiefly occupied with t the Government an almost entirely.black or colored I- ported that said: ,bill was nnn ry"udthey -
01 .Virginia; Yenable of ,North Caroluia; ported. The persons dying of it,were passengers bill to deficiencies population A result of this kind might recommended
supply in'
'the that it'sbaIl
t Cjilhonn, of South Carolina From the"Floridian appropriations be iI pass.
King, o( 'Ala- and Journal" we from New Orleans. agreeable to some of the more furious of
Mr. Crawford
biinaj.Foole; of Mississippi;;DJWUS ofLduisiaiaj ; learn that the offices about the Capitol bavebecn for the fiscal. .year ending on the 3()th ibefrce dirt gentlemen who are elected to was referred the', from the Committee, to whom

:"tqrehead, of ,Keutucky; Genlry; of filled as follows: G. R. FAIRBANKS,.E. of St. June 1849. Congress," but I doubt very much whether it ofLeon petition for of' sundry citizens
Augtine county praYing in:the
Tejinessee; Atchison, of MissouriBorlahd; obtained one-of at ;In the .&e on the 29th uJt. on motionof would suit aH the free 'State members.to1 be a change
t of"Arkansas! ; Cabell, of Florida; Rusk.i of D. P. HOGUE, Attorney General.C. pries the'rnt entertained by their tesidencan southeniiboundary' pf gjd.eoant, mad a
Mr. negroes during
drawing of the American Art Union Wetctt the Senatetook the 1 POrU J JIpra
Texas. at New
;' W. DOWNING, Secretary State. up bi this. eity. DonotJmagin-iJ: n of.. p .
'; 'Su..ox.TOL' York. His prize- WB *.pointing, ..l]t1 t rmunemt'JohnP. Baldwin, for t"is paaking frivolously this momentous subject '
Comptroller. : '
r TH* "SCOTCH LjLITLEMENL'-'IiI the ". t .'. f for Hon'e bill to be entitled An act to provide
Spanish that
Crossing i
a such would be
iranpn- Str. one of the
& natural
\V R. HATWABD vel -
for
M. Treasurer. the' .
"
county east of this about eighty poiles, tl ere -- ed during Florida idof 'results' of the'abolition of' payment, of services ze dered:"

is a settlement about one hundred famHies R. S. HATWARD, Cleric; to Supreme Court; Te Merenrjr' Vagaries. wrron coast ofI the District of Columbia ,is firm slavery convicWould overseers of'pu lic roads, was read,the third
composed| of native Scotch and thtir; 'deendanIi'eniigrantfrorn.Seot1andamid We take the following from the Charleston Florid and destroyed by order of the'naal t/on.. my time." ,j '

; ] N ttb The following gentlemen were,,on the first Mercury, with introduction ofcer a Key Wet to prevent her from fall abolition be in !:Tbe Senate refused to" 'der.s bill to. a
acting faith '
formed their settlement inst. elected Solicitors appended by ing into the bands good third reading. : :,1- L C:
: of :
the
stone that How Indians. A debate to the States which'made the .
paper. unfortunate that in thus cession? No .
;
f5olm3'WhO since, and now form at;),Indus ,JOHN P. SUDF.R56NEsq. Eastern Circuit. ensued on'the principles in such for the reason-that the laws of both those # ; <
;and.moral population, that SAMUEL B. endorsing the sentiments of a paper that inTol"e cases HOUlE OJ' Rm xicraT1y .
STEPHENS, ap. States .
Esq., Middle" in passed prior to the act of cession, ,
I as d.twdl compare favorably with' he JAMES Mv LANDHUM, the Taylor and look for which'Msfs. Undero Westcott,; recognised -, ;[ \
Esq., Western" plud Dmocrab and others the institution, and those JawS must Senate bill to .entitled, 'An wt relatin "*
noted fiti1en.oC: for.iheir any part of the State. Tliey jnre OULU, B. ,HART, Esq., Southern results" from the of the Old Hero, motio of Mr. of course have been understood to remain in to capital punishment, was read a third time j _

hospitality, and anyjope who .' i it did itself during the canvass Badger"the bill was finally postponed for the stotu quo' or the cession would never have with amendments, and, 'on motion the House .
has been ;
a recipient of their bountiful Tb Abolition support a
kindness Movement.
been
made It resolved
candidate whose sentiments present.In may be said that- Virginia itself ,into committee of jtae whole
cannot noon forget it. Sucu cheerful were nd.
welcome, as only 'a Scotchman a can 'It will be'seen'that, on the 27th nit., the tin-son'. the House, the bill for the relief of the having received* back the territory which she for the consideration of a special amendment
gJTe '
lilA 1 motion of Mr, STUART, of Michigan to Sound .ntiments .from Georgia. representatives of granted, violation! of faith-cannot be urgedon thereto. $: j
greets you a?. you enter dwelling, pod I reconsider Jegl.. .Antonio. her part. But then this After
,
Phe. does deliberation-the
not all committee
The at toe
while you'abide at his house you feel (bat I the vote on Mr. Gorr's resolution, Augusta Republic prefaces the report first in'order, was debated by weaken the force of the argument; for':he by their chairman,, Mr. .fcClellaD/ ported,.and

jou. are hcm .., : 1 f I came up in order, and with it the motion of of the Charlesn' movement, on the South' son, of New .Hmpshir Mr. A. G. Brown crime of injustice consists rather in the act the bill without amendment, and asked to be

their.Theuoccupation lot is .cast in is a fanning part of, and the though Mr. WCSTWORTH, to" lay the motion to reconsider ern Safety Qu sfio ", with.the,following just of Missssppi,-,Mr.' Cabell of Florida, and itself than in the number of persons,against discharged from the further coavderatioa
', whom
country it is '
where the"earth* 'does not yield a very .lxn. on the table. This move of Mr. and patriotic remarks: Mr..'Burt, of South Carolina, in' which the am opposed committed.I to such. bill thereof; which was concurred '*iiy''and'the<

tllu.1euppl.1,to the husbandman, yet bY telr WENTWORTH,' to',free GOTT'S project from "Unless we are timid, effeminate and degenerated principal!l poin.i discussedwere the right of contemplated in Senator retrocession as that passed. :
Douglass's motion
i 4astry, froga.lity and economy, their horepreeent impediment, illustrates we shall all sympathise,with .the i and and which ThebUl.tobeentitfirfAnaettoenjodrageand
a degree of comfort strongly the boasted opinions and doctrines property men, whether, this government was 'adopted, "instr cti g"'the facilitate.internal improremejl&C and to

scarcely any.other situation, where not fund.in they\ security of relying'upon Cassmen., Mr. citizens of Charleston; promulgated who 'participated by th in. had ever pai4'for men lost in.the:pub. I Committee on the District of Columbia to inquire authorize and regulate partnership*;:for.that
re into the .
PendantIu ly) oa their own exertiens: W.'s proposed refusal to reconsider 'was, the meeting of which we spet. _,We should lic service: the State'of expediency of retroceding to purpose, was read a third timeandpaseeJ:'
Maryland all of the The bill District
entirely for support. 'Comforts surrouid however, rejected by the handsome vote of not be Whigs nor Demrat but Southern The bill.directs:the Secretary the Treasury ,, occupied by the public not practitioners of An act mating: ttf
,
grounds and'pllblic medicine'was- read
them men, on the ;a tahd
:
plenty covers their boarJ ..viriuoxisconteatmint at issue. Our
109 to 58. The to
whole to 'the buildings the time '
subject was then rights honor pay legal representatives of reason that I believe that anoVlost. .
has its our and ]
place at theirircsulis.. our are at -
1s They 'are, a' 'hanpy'.peo'ple.P J postponed for, two weeks. In this interval We believe it with solemnity safety and sk. Pacheco, lat a resident of' the sum.' it has not for its immediate but for its ulterior Senate'resolution remonstratinr : against

: fhuette. : I 2 I Q it is hoped the agitation will die a natural "Some have'suppos that the'election sno\v.of of one thousand dollars out Flor money in object"the paring down,the'prpportions": the removal' of the military rnuniboM, ordi

1 death and with' it the proposition in General ,the the of of the District until, if becomes a place of nance, stores, and small-arms, from Ute 'gar '
otherwise
whichit treasury
.' A .utuKAFHic JOKE._The % We look for results on this rot appropriated' : this such insignificant dimensions that the remo neon in the'city of SL Augustine,aoel skiog
subject far
telegraph;,o has onizinatedLft,31
-I 8 a I sum being the yalue of val of the seat of Government lor./'further
tDrwho a
- :: &ent the President's mesaajeflo his acts can let us remember. transported to some favo protection to 1he.. astenijr.

'z .tiinnat ,'rej icing, perhaps, at the J1 }U- 111,be .seen by the following i extract that he will efec go them office till.the 4th-of with. the. Seminole, Indians sv the"Wes'by: minds'rite 'spot,".which- gentlemen' have in',their tir of Peninsula of Florida, voaTread .

%, jsion pf his wprk wound up with the Wojds from the correspondence of the Charleston Mac net and!will have'no order of General- Jessup. eve; will be a matter. they no donbt and on motion, the rule'being wanreiVjvadsecond

:;:G6jl andUbeity" which inserted Courier to'what anything 'our opportunity ,After mint, ot.mone, easy.accomplishment'than it and thin times br.title, and1 baxsed.
i the
'
considerable .
in extent .
till debate
prominent 1:0'lure' rights the : ,
bill is ,
Whig at
papers, nimedi teiy'preceding the : December was or : present ,It is evidently a measure r ", .- ..-,. tt".
". ,. PreVuleiifsyHgnature. Representatives 1e .who have 'been thetargets year. dered to, be.,engrossed for a : which will not accomplish the ,
- .; /The:Cincinnati Commercial j)- Those whose acts ue.the foundation for thin reading. object which ,Friday*,:December,%9.
:;. jCeiTcd last flight, says that some thinkJt for Southern Lbcofcco..abuse-have these rlrbare,Taylor men.. They voted without a divsion'. these gentlemen appear to be so anxious to SENATE. ,. r!.!'

; L". : real'/.attached: to.the" Mesna e, and ex- lent the new schemes encouragement:. for and look to him with On motion iHva ordered that when('the their consummate immediate viz: the abolition'of for' slavery. in Mr.ideraoo 'from'the 'Cbmni r it ;

,, .nreeees a desire to see. ,an, official. cop"to'" "The abolition Confidence, to stand by our institutions.What I' House adjourn, it. 'vicinity;' they will then the c1ft
.eettle the'. iot. 0 .J.., fever has,pretty,.well sub. adjourn to Tu daynx'Mr.Giddings'inovida : be more'closely:than ever"encompassed state of the CommonWealtbv tp.wt.
PO. man can doubt the
< J sided., It was" amusing .today to hear, the .. i ism which purity 'and patriot v reconsideration. of the boundaries of Virginia and Maryl d.: was.referred."so..much.. of. .the, Governor**:

!.T Hi 'OLD 1' VOTER zAMraic--1r.' abolitionists in private, conversation, state their offerings prompted.them to the thus to bring the vote by which was ordered to.be On Friday (yesterday) the' Senate again = ; and [documents accocipanpng-the
the'bi
Hughes; a revolutionary er, in hetp'tth'' their grievances.; By :way 'of variety, 'as and :for great Southern Alter, ,."and" 'ab took ,up the bill for restoring the inundated as relate to the boundary fine"between
: was I
ut to "'
well up 'our address
y'w'of his as with'a view to oferthem protection. eng the lands the this Stat 'and the
f. vas taken,to' th'pk,1et give interesting in 'T ( Everglades) of Florida'but.in Sate of.Ge submit

'tlockbndgecounty,- Virginia; at .tfif Tla! te formation; I must,.mention what 'they.say. only a' IppoS a fewyeans'since of Hous when an (adjournmentwas'nIed" .. ., consequence'' of the'absence of!a. Senator ted a report>uponthat: subject. : i IF| .

election, by.a fnend, in a earriage drawa 6\. They say that the, Southern convention of into and abltion has'evolved .'I butn. pivc; 69.to 73. from-Rhode' Island, who,0 desired ,to- speak House- bill to be entitled An act to;.
'four 110n. members has overawed[all theirs nominal for shape subsc ;Mr. then upon"the: its' further an act;
subject, concerning roads and
r.rt.-J > : 'i frieads the living Teality'of: :a.,monster1, briefly gave his ;views consideration highway*!,
e-; : : -iJ----- itl15 Thet./'AY thereare, s6"rnany": men seeking to was.postpbned until.Tuesday the 2d of passed at the adjourned session'of
1'L. It for moving the ; Jan r8-1
destroy reconsideration .. was
ilL .
Y. UmoHt r''ihi' of the,House who want office under matters not whethr ,, in.,op.po to which cia '".1 t
the
Upd. heJ hii .incoming the' ei. ition a uary, ybotlHguq.f Ccng" ,Ww&i )& r
jured force ,
by r-
'
up of to the bill. "* iibih
.
t2flden _administration, thai ,; have .*. 't.ii '
they adjourned tbe An
3onin41ia. an article aldte, 4 CD cannot even the noxious of ntet entitled ;:. :
'h'',' t to all the States of the tim get an' expression' opinion'a lnst''slavery in o danger and vapors should fanaticism : Anadjournmentwas, again and .'MrPolk:will on Monday.ike'm ntoi and change the time of'holding thcGhcuit '
fcit 'wants'aiinion 'of.the &trfA- in the District of Colombia. They complain stand 'together' a decided the affirmative 59 move' his'fellow citizens by the, : Courts ino the'middle'district
tbat'i;(!',j one man,'to resist the' ., to. last tras/eadj. the
"wanU the Sonthern tates, :to'follow, i&rat 'particularly of: Messrs. ..Vinton 'Truman nice which 'are' deh for encirchne' ,me accordingly. AjoUe time, that'.being,;the day which the an third time,and passed.: ., .* '
Smith ripening
; \ r
Carolina on'the subject of what the con$ et" Caleb Smith- and :Winlhrop, the throb us fee In the nual levee'is given at the Presidential man Bill to be entitled An ,act :to dwt&tile
our pulse when _
8O them'Bihtg, &c. We e.are;heaitiMsidk Speaker, and Kingand Stephens of Ga., as danger, and we, contemplate. &i.00)he'3'd: ] 'inst, 'very little slot,. ,_ .. ... southern.boundary line"of Leon eoontyJtru
of haying used private,influence .wulcFglay say more- if time business: .I learn read <>
the e'Southern alarmists-Southern/an f prevent any and transacted. that Mr.'Cabell's health, is so far the first timethe, role: waived, read a
room
tfy1 and do"verUybdlle. 'tbat onr ilwttf action by the Mouse,on the subject of,slayer the permitted the proceedingsof In the Hou; Surra of Indiana, Chaf.?:. restored, that he.will :be able to resume his second t third time,' and passedri':

"State" # done ;mor9 by her.impnilene/ of They eo sid i<1 thafthe .proceedings them.11 meeting. and reflect upon" man of th seat in the HoWJe'n'u sday. House bill to be entitled'An act to autho .
' pus. day on the : a.Territoriesreported .
.tonl'ds" er-.tiM forthis subject. ..baveigiven: it a a 'for'the'oilnizati Yours, &c 1";', H. rize' the several Judges' 'of; Probate in |als
and JacmiaJ '' quietus session.? .bi n "te 4** fll TA MVtIA. '. .
'enl' spirit betwee $h i1a"Tert"i the' nIY,._hf _.- -

N ith-.nd Sooth;'than"could Jiafe'been'tjrjhe'Ianatics ;on This,is-whit wcatt_ ;>nuiWn. fanaticlsrd.! ,' Cunard Forig. Government (n New Mexico., :FLORIDA- .., ': .::LEGISLATURE.Saturday '00.. ., .. and forotherf'purposes!' --- -,--':was,-read-,theirst' ,. .. 1
the inc : 'T ;Europe, a A time; the rule
at< Noifh awboe4n! '". a. Ycrat message wwi received from the Pre& waived read a eecondf:4od: .
: :It is : pretended that c y rk'on: 31st from Liverpool dent & December 23.r third time7and. passed. .
Unx. npw Geotfall ... "B4Jtorl!!: ; e! ;1 I > *tf *' ti *Dc r I f answer to a resolution of the House' % I Mi'
UiT
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.Tirlor, ,iii6feonna, .on the subject of,Slaved .whence. she sailed on SENATE. t1r
ry; ana inai in ail proDapiury,,he' win..T MeUILSXsLaTiZd.DTaz.jin, of the :: : ibei'i.j.qUa > 'Louis Napoleon has)been elected i Presi-, ;. had Inquiringbjrwhatau'dwr; ; rily r'tfe; Execntive Mr/White moved that a committee { Honsior REPaZ8LTaT1Yi !,
Influence against i its extensidnIt WPW6 J. ; 30th,ult, announce their tranefer dent :: laid.duties ohgoods raporte/i jfntojtfex* pointed' .'towait and heap. < $ ::1t

'have been any'better "| 'sb' 'bc D ,of that able Democratic. j journal fq the.charge. the' 'ojf..Fninfce.1.* ( ;FrmJncmpJet.rretQf; ico, and made disbursements j th ei4 >while" ihat.tb; Senate*!upon would be|ready forni'tbe.H to proceed u .Mr.Walker,' m the 'udiary C..

elected! In that eeitvi doubt botDen rat ; of :,Messrs, A.; E. ,MAxwxUtjand; R.B; \att icon 66 per cnLj; occupied by' r troopsj'which; vu rreferred to,the election U.jS., Senator,to-day all tee for,to whom was referred the bill to provM.

(.',) South Carolina1' would 'n'otenave'eeeti.'jto;, HILTON; In .retiring to private life;'the for I ;, !! .; Ledra, Rollin 6,pr to a select committee.*'' ri 'o'clock the'House,concurring; T *. ;. Probate.therelection of:Judges f'tb&'Coqr2Of'
ttcJaUuu fpr l az. 'rr.: C.u.7;' Cent.; EaJpriil the/people; .
; < On reported'unfavorably'
jr : 'tn J T-/-Jy which the
4 n rpprietors exires 'tb r nlst. 4'Per.ent4..I2Lmzrtine yeas and called
'i 3 ,nays were
/ tli rn' :
; tosaidbill
pe .
;
iiflf'would have on ,the "
been a Sufficient guaraiiteiCarolina ; cent. The Washington ; yeas 9, nays 1o;. : (ground that its pam ;

fOf J e :c'Iifrc.at4' :th .aU tpu4 j1e1 .their"pditonai,!_ !, .. ;"careet. .J theymay haremadeenemies : Lamartiflehe'devo,1 lo. t the:.el uentadidatcs from SanFramicieco, ,Globe'publishes- the* lette ":'Sothamo&ionwaslost.: :' j' _' 1Mr.White would-be violation". of the'Consthutioa of.
hbU' ',' t'd'1, .t '''such will learn r' nb.T {. containing foElowJ > ? G .t. this State,'which rwhirw1 Ait .
*-J:I f : ;to forget for- TflJyJ'ft4 JJ .. lug tinpropitious.statement:, '. '"" T'j 1t then-moyed'that the House "the Gentfat!
''Th dlfteren between 'North"and OI1 b ig'.ve_as freely as 'they do tbeinselvei"while un' ". b.% Tb' ; Every man engaged in ungold; and' informed,]Aat'the;Senate:'would ;be ready be A* mWjr shall" proVide:by kw fcr.'he:1::
tught ;
] ?
is1 just this V She(very t.e'btfwt:) with -t.lol < ic : every one that ,iamts-the : the:house'concurring; pjmtmeHTot these ofic r>. :The aamit f i 1, ..
eyjpherish gold proceed tathe
feeliogs/of gTatitude elec
Ukeia'1iorlh thsn With 1 ; .the \'President'flonipa" ties .1. jregrar; toes think( that an=electkn by the
ISoUt !pri4.Ipleand armed to the teeth," Scenes 6f. violence lion pl.U. .8.:1 Senator.undSolicitors people r"tattoo
-e prefer.".'Southerri"mil1' Remembrance1 I ihe numerous:I favors::ani5suwi Cn'CaYagnu prP j1i.c -o& ,the n3t bUchtn. thCoaI
J _r; aeTeia1 j judicial circaits ,
therels.iio'secerity _
.f.l .tr -"<.' t't'j forlife'or on th, '1\u ,
proper- Monday lit '
IWIU"'.nn '... 'Sheii for a uaoof* iance.of their rfnends and 1a56OcJates.r .*' France r' kht f. ty&c.-, *' eontemfttiesvp -<> 7v. _
,. January1849nwhioh.Mr..WJiite
.ata.\hir'for''a.iu ii9n.of'theQtthVaoIiflt : Mt 1iy W. -0 pe'rntieI, 'Wh lot'lhi ired, k:". ., C a'. ': fiV Jno ( : .Theiame7committee: also;reported'uafao.
: ,
':is deterrabed tov"ocr t II' .*. x ," .. snnesty, i 9il. 7 hSfli rably o:the WJK to, amend the laws
; -< 8tat f' Sons of. nowrST, .
t4"l ._ fJ :,rej[ or,the lout oftieal .: 'f Tempelance in from,the Cpmnuttee onrTaxa f
'
weaknt
Udiorj dd her ; e.grai.dand 4
: to ... beat pDe &U.1t ; j Is turn and Revenue petit *HK *: .
.n.*the bannoy and' JL..p of;heivoJq' : ettors1ip'wbiletto! ,! theirsucces- : 'ibeabut. jtiMidewtoodthatM nowieanly 200,000.. ., memorial of the' io whom' wai referred the ,j.;,Tbe Select Committee,'Jo whom was refer w
: *" ; Judge of Probate
.. ['would like to He izister4o. ', i i wecabut, very:Jreely; ay,;'saccess. to!;your will*not'r include,'the."].&. ftisoners ofVineennM"Marshal : ( viru k1'Wfl 1 death'at St:Mirys, ty. w of J acksdo'eoxing and Coon.CommTssion t't. memorial pf James Wolf&.iAt Ww..t':
'jtf' r *>f- i.;; :Wc ( ; ,IVj r;;and..on':hQnat.4.. l
rtczrotIa: fKiLe! notyouiprtflcmples. Our able "l f Map CMLL.-. for
"J ., -/& -. t Deaugeaud.iad oc.. renussioo of taxes for the p.iose:al other.citiiensiof.AVakvilU ,asssl
.* "t "- =0"l' : ? r.-pyaug
'- -, "r't". ,i : .;: : :j:. 7,;:t,_ : < tesxs: *JWSW building 4 eoBrt.0 se, 'reported' faraW7' that commissioners ;wayb elected Jo select ,I.'
L to the .
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1'f : ;. Si/Marys, of aid _
: ,. .! b prayer ti on.i :
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the ".' -ofl aid petition seemed' J reasonaW Xotlco. off--ftale, ".rtt.. Estate kjr A4aai. J tere eftheNewYtk ioetatIODrepresente i by, A rillNlSTKATOrVS NCTICE. & : et<' -to.g1''

..prayer awl iwg&to be granted.Tbe .: 1itrst.r.pUkSUAT1O .' 1 I. wflliam Thorn;as will pay twenty.-fiv-doDan *.-jhocth*after UU Isl an s ply to the H_- of ;*. /rW..a
an order of thi'Judge of Pro forty-eight and omMbnrth eent'and expenscf able OJA'Judge atPiobatesf the County of Na*. : .' siomI Newt'
.b9l l be entitled An act.regulating eonnty, I shall offer for ul*t urn, so much of the interest of 0.M. Dot-mans 'an fIr a Sized' dhebarj. vim .v 4nilnIdton'U -: : : **mrt at ALe weights and pleasures;was read a third.time, Conrt-IloBse In said county on Monday thftrrt will pay eight dollars, eight and one-half ecu. fle Estate of Joina Dixon deceased ted gtv ikproveMsttM flsey. an >-
,&D psd.; (lit) day cfF \nM.rr next ensuing; (A.'1): and expenses-also so much of the interest <4 JAMES GRrlKN Administrator.. "" ,
.,:t -_- _- -_ 18-9,) the foOowiBg doecnb real of tb*' Noah JsrrIaas'u1ipsyfo.doflanInd sevent December 14m.. 'time UolrlbeM flic* .
i .
f late John B. Chrutopher, deeeaaed for Lbs pay cents and expenses.also, so much of the intere (. la*;flist'fapnmbw of .
&&ziJmLr..lJtma11w m.nt of &be debU of said'deeeued to wits .A of Israel FOGY as win pay six dollars ninety-thrc Ne...."W fw lsbe4 "
t 1Jone or PIlESnT.&TJTEI.' : certain tract orpuo lof UndntvatedinNanaa and one-fourth cents and expenses so nrac ,,4Tat mof the' Circuit Court of the Eastern Iff basrlher-.LbM.
bill for the relief of of the interest Jerome Johnson as will thirt / Circuit of Florida,'held at Jaeboari11e for .oa ....
1QIaDe. ,
} .' UiJ3troclae a .. county; containing about 610 acres, 150 which pay the County of Dnvat O.WednesOay 22d -. .". .- .
One -
dollars cents and alsoiso I day
Benjamin!Jlttv.Mr. u planting land.< Said tract lying mpon a creek seventy-two expenses- : M November,in the of Lord thon- ; ,ADV ANCE..u
branching oat of the river Nasgan,and abovt one much of the interest of.Isaac Frost as will ptj t year our one .\ (
McQeBan toored a reconsideration of BUM dollars and Mdeight hundred and forty-eight t.Present : oy.. 'ii.t _
mite up the creek and the creek being navigable eighteen cents and expense- -. ; ;' 'wi' ,
the rote of yerterfay CD'e passage of Senate t.a bluff upon said tract: it being the tame tract also;so much of the Interest of Moses E.1ri1l Levy ai the Honorable George S.Hawkias,Judge. r*'. i :,< '..'

bill in.reJi on to the contingent expenses of land vpoa which the gubeeribed has planted fortome pay on* hundred and twenty-seven'dollar I Carofo FPhilip SD t I 'DiU' Di- 1 .-T. ":; i ., .:Y"134."_
fof the cool< tow State and Executive offi. J"'WItud the tame granted to Spioer.Chrb&cIphel'1I1 twcnty-seren and one-half cents and expenses atiM Chaecry' for, ,
j'.R.ERIUJI7 .
mneh of the interest Maria F. w3 Tore '
the Sptnuh Government. : Garey as B.Smith. 5 -
.as.whi; wa?carried. LEWIS CHRISTOPHER, pay nine dollars thirty-seven and one-half eta.ani jrl mas* *amd
,Mr..BaMwio snored that the Judiciary .' Administrator of the estate of expenses; also, so much of the interest of Gillie IT appearing' to the satisfaction 'of the Court or : .r v-.Jf:1J'Ura' Ma. -

Committee instructed\ to, report a bill Jon B. CHainoraxa dee'd. Lewis,as will pay one dollar thirty-eight and one} I that the defendant in this cause resides out of the bound. .ia/BusBa. sad rifi1AELES -
amending the t Constitution 'of this State Talbot Island Oct. 20-26-6t' half cent and expenses; also, so much of the in] ., State of Florida,,and beyond jurisdiction of thi 'f- k -4
; tercet of John HI Lewis, as will pay three bW this Court Therefore motion of James W; .; S I'tr
-which was canted. dred and forty dollars and fifteen cents and expcn-,!Bryant;Esq.;Solicitor for laid complainant. ) IIOLDBX
I $200 REWARD W. .1
Mr. McCtell&a introduced a bill to ebangecertain lei; also so:much of the interest of Frederic/]/ ,lTisO DKRZDThat said defendant appear and -
precincts in Columbia county; which Marqnand'as will pay sixteen.dollars ninety I answer said bm complaint of said complainant ; 1. i 109.NassutnesLX.'
:, three and three-fourth cents and expenses; also I within three months. copying ,thfl shoe Frvsu,
-. !; -,_ so much of the interest Alexander M. ilnir J I IT IS rvKTHza. Oaoxucn--That, copy of this ,and.notidug.tho M *ars.* U--
Mr. Bry&nttntrodnced: a bill to amend an will pay fifteen dollars thirty-eight and throe- Order duly certified by the Clerk of this Court ttIed to'ta. monad voL f He*
act regulatiogHhe pilotage of St John's Bar fourth cents and expenses; also so much of the be published some newspaper'in the Eastern aadsoss ly bowad ia mwsHa a4In

which wan tid.and referred to a select committee interest of Mordecia Myers as will pay eight dollar Circuit of Florida once a:week consecutively for .ad4lUoa.
Qstiu of Messrs. Bryant Hobart *five and one-fonrth cents and expenses; also, three months. ,. tilted paper,fir U a
coo ,
so much of the interest of the Lain of Peter MitehJ I, OSCAR HART,,Clerk of said Court, do NY.n; Tribune. .
and Sam rln t < el as win pay one hundred and twelve dollars six hereby certify;the above to be a correct copy !engraved by Riebardsov.""TM
The Coraan'! tee on the Judiciary reported ,Proe'.matlo"WlUI., D. 3loseley, and one-fonrth cents and expenses; also, so much, from the Records of said Court of the Order made I*such papnt about the Wk
with'amendments" the bill relating to fines, 'GoeernorofFloiida.U7HEItELS of the interest Robert Mitchel will paytwenty- and entered of record in said entitled cause at the 4fc.wM be ready en UM recep
.forfeitures: five dollars thirty-four and"three-fourth cents, date first above mentioned. '. ,eoManlnr taoadvertiienKat aid
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Mr. Shine ottered resolution that the and expenses; a1,.. much of the interest ofMordecni Lee''WITBSS WHXBEOT."I'hereunto i ] KdStors copying this sad MtMsw
a General it has been made known to me Noah .{!.ncive".tM MsguIse.s &
as will pay.ve dollars, ten and SEAL.] set hand and affix the seal of
Assembly adjourn on Wednesday, the V y. by the sheriff of Alaehua county in this one-balfeents,and expenses; also,so much of the saidGourt.my I earning ytcr. N_.!.&
,
10th day of January; which was adopted.The State, that William IL 'Watson,'alias James interest Ichabod Pull, as win pay eight dollars OSCAR HART, Clerk I ,: 4 : ..
Hack who of the : :
was
imprisoned on a charge
foDowing report was read and, received and fifty cents and expenses; also,so much of the Deo.I4i i | :.
murder of WflLmm Gibbons late of mid V.I. .
county, interest f.. ;C .l. .
of Aaron Peck will three dollars !
and)ht bills the orders as pay ,
paced has from la
among escaped custody, and. fugitive from
forty and three-fourth cents and also ; .4IdoqRrhIx-l iies
: T- expenses; fii's..c'wuct
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.ofthedaT.IIThe I ji" __ Justice I so much of the interest of Cyrus Perkins as will .. 8100.Rew ,
.
New know ye;that I, Wnxuui D.'MossLrr .-. -. "
Convnittte Schools and .
on Colleges pay four doUarl seven and one-half cents and expenses -
1LL be given for the of John i .
Governor of Florida apprehension
virtue of'the
to whom was referred a bill to be entitled vested in me by lav,,by.do hereby offer reward authority of ;.also, so mnch of the interest of B. A.Putnam } B. HAJLOR, who escaped from the Jail in : .Ttb* Ctrewlt Cowrt N tW East-

An act to amend the Constitution so far as TIPO! Hundrtd Dollars for the 'apprehension of as will pay; four doDan..twent.three. and County on the night of the 3d of January ;the United Stal*.* EbtrWt
three-fourth cents and expense ; also, so much list;when howrs confined conviction for',Burgkry & .' Svfrem* Court a|
on -
it relates to tie disposition of the University said fugitive and hb delivery to the custody of the -
of
the Rogers
interest '
of &Price will
.flbnhla
as vedollarsten CUims for"
pay and Said proseento
Larceny. HAEDI is about 35
land sheriff of either Data or Alaehua county in this ,
and leave
internal'improvement. beg State and three-fourth cents and expenses; 1rI old about 5 feet 10 inches high rather light arabot tKa.GoveranMitat
t also, so mnch of the interest of James.Ris as will before at&.
to report: .rtrllJnlIl_ .-WHOoim H. Watson alias eeted-'but sallow' hair'light; or'sandied, eIbet' Congress er' pf.
That of the committee the pay two dollars two and one-half cents and expenses snbfiduU, muddy blue downcast look j! ,
a majority: ( James ; eyes ,lips
Black,is about five feet eight inches high; z-
also much of the interest of John N. ij'AiKsormtJt Jtori .""
; so thIn and closely compressed beard thin end seat- t : **
chairman dmscbfcn;;) are not disposed to lender,but well built,very erect, sallow complexion Sayne will two and one-half I *"*
as dollars.thirty He .
off
pay tenng. carried two negroes with lira when j ;. .
make further amendments of black hair bluish, is between 25 I. '
the
any Constitution grey eyes cents, and expenses; also, so much of the interest hSescaped from Jail; since which time he has been
,strike the clause and 80 years of age, and has the marks of a gunshot of John M. '.
ercert to out which Seaman u will pay four dollars and roaming at large committing other crimes. The r.-Uiii
his left
wound shoulder.
prescribes {be Banner in which it may be Given under on hand and the great seal of the seventy cents and expenses; also,so much of the **ove rfwftrd win be paid by the undersigned on : -,1 lM.a W >T
my interest' of John K. Townsend as will pay two hit delivery to Th 9 Sheriff of pural County .J'd l'CIU AT uiw,
amended diet General
by Assembly. They, State, at the Capitol, in Tallahassee. this the dollars and thirty cent and *
therefore, reonflrhend to strike out the 2nd 6th day January, A. D.IS&9.WILLIAM JOEL expenses.B. SMITJJc OLJvn WOOD Ions M. Poss ::47kFa. .f-
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section of th''f' XVth, Article of the Constitution MOSELEY, Tax Assessor and Co .our OSCAR HART GEEGORT ; (.i I : .."r
YALE .
Governor of Florida.Jy ..i ,, : .*
for the fT Alachus.
which connt '
ifelaies to constitutional amendments B the Governor: December 1tdI.A.LACHt1A PHILIP Cox, A. M. REED 0ACXK. .8. SJ"DC Ji

: insteVf !bf Xlh ani Xlth Articles A. E. MAxWELL Secrttary of State THOMAS LEDWITU, C. P. COOPEK : .. ', ..

e which relate{to, seminary and internal im- January 11-It.Administratrix. COUNTY A.A.CUOY,. T.O. HOLMES&Co. I_ -_ ...-.' -L.,:'_-
: prorement kid/;. The committee further TAX COLLECTOR'SSAUS.

:. recommend a convention of the people to .Notice. Jacksonville, Dee.7, ISO. c'v. D wjiiiuo!: : : '.' St"'

t. frame a new COIistitution. BY virtue of authority in me bylaw vested I .' '
JCHUt TANNER Chairman. persons indebted to the Estate of Henry expose for sate before the court house For Sale.. AND cO\lll>: AT LAW,
ALL late of ThaT door in the town of Newuansville, Alacnna county ... tho Co1
,, deceased county, are j* att for tli*Ea tor>
The CommSrtefe on the Militia to thomas requested to come forward and make immediate on Monday,the 4th day of June,ISO so much rrUIAT very desirable tract or parcel of bind, U*F d nJ Court for th.Northera
referred iWbill to amend the milita payment; and all creditors, legatees, and persons of the land owned by Domingo Acosta as will pay A lying on the East side of the River Saint .. .-_.- ,
of.this nntitled distribution in said Estate, are hereby fifteen dollars ninety-three, and threequartercents John, and u Duval County known by the name 4 'II -
laws Statue, reported a recommendation notified that unless they exhibit their claims to ,and the expenses attendant upon said sale. or." arujil de san' Jose,".aDd utterly by_the '- J'
that the 2$ Jfnd 3d sections of the bill be me within the time prescribed by law, they will JOEL B. SMITH name of ."Wentinghambounded: by a line be- a HOTXCE./ .,-
t;: stricken ontuH. the 1st and 4th sections be forever barred. Tax Assessor and Collector ginning at a Hickory' tree and ditch in the bank rtbiygiv**,that tb* del Pru
Jopted. 4 j.; SUSANNAH HARTLEY, for tho county of Alachna. of, the River .SL John and running North 43 ,by which I am appoteted

The Selec}f Committee, to whom was referred Jan. 11-. .&Iminist rat rix. Dee.1-td.s. :East with, seventy-one a cross, ((71)X) chains where to it meets a pine the tree King's marked has been duly olDanlc.a.tAII admitted to prebaU

a bill*'amend' an act concerning Road. This line separates it'from the Little San of Probate
roads -and hurrays in this State, reported New Store New Store!! !. the Circuit Court, Eastern Clrcwlt of Jose, Ashley's field;-thence running along the 'ebrfm;*will against present tbe estate the sawo of ta within*said
Florida Dn-ral i
the same wit} [amendments applicable to County. King's Road North-westerll.l18Tent, (70)' chains ttttedate or be forever barred.
COOPER & REAB, and thirty (30) links to pine tree marked with across .: -1. JAMES PLUMMER.'
William :
Nassau county j Campbell, >Assnmpsitt damage laid -
(X) standing at the head of a branch which "
8w
A motion wai; made to indefinitely post- Jacksonville, FaHAVE vs. V at 8150 branch or stream it follows until it falls intathe i ;it" 'r -

pone the bill incorporating a bank in Tallahassee opened, on the corner of BAT and Isaac H. Alger. ) In attachment. River St. ,John;-thence southwardly and eastwardly ; r .

; which motion was rejected. I (: streets with a lArge and well-eeleeted mIlE defendant and all other persons interest- along the shore of said river to the said liest, .and: cheapest

After deliberation, the Committee of the sUck of fresh Goods consisting in part of- JL ed, are hereby notified of the institution of Hickory tree, the point of beginning, containing / *
three
hundred and
by survey, fifty (350) acres,
GROCERIES this suit, and are to and to '
Whole reported,aid bill with amendments HATS CAPS required appear plead more or leIIIo. -

and asked to $ei! discharged from the further PROVISIONS, Boors SHOES, awarded the declaration according filed to, law.otherwise judgment will be For particulars terms &e.;apply to I' I I Lanjitage. ',is,,confessedly- .!

consideration .thec f. The bill was placed DRY GOODS, CLOTHIXO R. DORMAN PUP Atfy. C. WTDOWNING. Agent, 'y' sTF4vs, :.
Jacksonville E.F.
among the orJf rs.of the day. llillDo AILE SADDLEBT, J Jacksonville Dee. let, l&S. Dee.7-3m. .
21. tf Cram
U&ndxfd oiL
Sept. ,i*1 q.t"
The bill to \incorporate the Florida and CROCK.ERT, &c, &c, &e. b ithFiMrail 1 of tho author Revised

Georgia railroad' company was passed by a Which will be sold at Savannah prices for cash or $25 Reward PROSPECTUS, Goodrith,of Yak' CoOex Vrit.
Tote of 23 to 5.1. \ country produce. or' 'COfl4TL. A.4 .
7
The bill to" for the election of ChA*.P.Cooper. Geo.B. B ab.. be paid by me for the return of F7 of 1M Languag w u. .a
provide
TIlE AMERICAS REVXEWlA
kWILL stolen from my Father's
16 tbt work by PrcsLheuW
< n maxiy
N. B.-Cash advances made on Cotton consigned
Judges by ther'jteople was rejected-yeas in this place on the night of the vIbes .dldiagulshed bierary sees
1; R nays 14. '1. i to our friends in Savannah Charleston 23th of October last.: She u a dark \VHIC JOCRSAt,'DETOTED. POLITICS AXD .-

The bill of the laws in I and New York. brown or black about fourteen and a half hands tkrte,.tbamoat.r.1I of
t" amatory: pilot Dec. 28-. LTTZaATPRE.Jame
high, five years old handsomely made small
.b tak
:':. this State was read;a second timeand referred handsome bead, eyes protruding fine neck, legs *,D. Wfeelpleyv Editor i with the liabed"f 1:AkW pfctionary of.compiled, ..s\ .

f to a select eotntfuttee consisting of Messrs. Sale .* Real Estate toy Administrator. small and sinney,and a small handsome foot;mane Assistance, In the Political Department,, ard iootlelj of mtJemtatum and .
: Bryant, Burnhatt/andBaldwin. .- '. and tail long and flowing when she was stolen.She .- ,of the HOB. Daniel D. Barnard. me4 ckt.work eftls4 kdIbM
:
: : the third (3d) Monday in January next has a blemish in her right eye;by which,with bot -oL"-Hos..
bill rela&ngto the 1.IIl..JJ.
The contingent expen- ON I shall apply to the Judge of Pro- the above description she may be readily recog .TN. the original Prospectus of the American Re- _. -
.feS.0.theSupirene.Court.and Executive tate of Dnvu county for leave to sell so much of nised by any one Who is acquaint with Iter A Ttew, i nied at W.biapm.byMr.. Colton; I thai H'UI fair to become t&e stan
.. Otfieee of this State,,.was passed. the Keal Estate of Jons MIDDUTON, deceased OSCAR HART. its former proprietor and Editor, a number of the : to W Used by the amereesil-
. as shall be snificient for the payment of the just Jacksonville,Dec.4, IS Dec 7 tf. leading Whit Members of the Twenty-seventh whti'arX to lahabil-u.U'Stat.e.".
f Mond4lanuaryl,1849.; debts of said deceased. THOS. W.JONES, Congress (lk6,) subscribed" their names to the. i01vsesb.orofcomre.a..0.

Adra'r of the Estate of Jons MIADLCTOX dec. EXECUTOR'S NOTICE. following resolution: .. !! GC\ : EltRLUr; pin
bun OJT; ESElfUT1TEI. Dee. 21-4t "Earnestly approving the plan of such a National for sale.by ,-; ji
On motion oIr. Shine the rote taken NOTICE' is* hereby given, that the will of organ loug'needed and manifest imporftance ; ".. ,!j 'LEWlS'COLBy/It'll
Administrator's NeUee. JLV Obadiah Conger, by which I am appointed the undersigned agree to contribute for its 3 *itzOPf ewYorkVatfUbfisaer**
; on Saturday lasvoa the bill Riving the elect Executor has been duly admitted to probate by pages,from time to time, such communications as I '_ < ..,. ., .... --rr'
# of Judges jProbate to the people, was A LL- having claims against the estate the Judge of Probate of Dnval County. All persons may be necessary to set forth and defend the doctrines -. .it' '"Cs < "
'
persons "
claims the of the held the united of < '
reconaidered. % A. of John Bliddleton of Jacksonville, Dnval having against estate said by Whig Party the I
Obadiah Congor, will present the same within two Union. Signed by.Geo. P., Marsh, Daniel D.
Mr.Coleman pSeM a resolution that our county, Florida deceased are hereby notified to years from this date, or be forever barred. Barnard, J.McPherson Berrien J. R.IngersoU. TYPES,
; Senators and Rer/re-jentative in Congress be present them within the time specified by law; GEO. C. FLEMING, Executor. E. Joy Morris,T. L. Clingnan Daniel Webster, Aw50tItA"l" <
be excluded.
will
J instructed and r oitrcted to procure an ap- otherwise_they THOS. W. JONES Adm'r.December Nov. 9, ISIS. 8w R. C. Winlhrop, Tbos.'Uutler King Hamilton r.r. .

-f propriatiou for,tai Dg \V IlL H. Sever to 21-tf FIsh, J. P.'Kennedy, J. CoUmerWm. S. Archer New\nrl&TjrpIS'mjsdrir.. ,.
Rufus Choate Alexander
;. much of an aectou&t as may be found due Fire Marine and Inland Insu. By, an agreement,with the present.Stephens.Proprietors> ; ;very low- preefof- !...#
him for fresh beef fIshed the bloodhounds A T a term of the Circuit Court of the Eastern l' .
his :
Mr. .Barnard continues eolDJeetiou
A. Circuit of Florida, for the County of Dnval rance. political Roaaa"- 'JTlOe, Shaded *.
during the month o( August, 1840, in the held at the Court House in Jacksonville,on Wednesday with the Review as an adviser and regular contri ,.;.':. 2cti, -,*>t.ull
butor. '
Seminole war. ff) the 22d day of November, in the year of rAn t- .32' 51 l
Mr. Magbee :'ofi reJ resolutions asking our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty- Protection Insurance Company/:N.Jertey, win engraved be found portrait in tvtry of number some dutingnLthed of the Renew.person SI: '6Tt 100 "T
take action the Indians eight: Present-the Honorable George S. Haw- 57:', 68 P.: \ "
Congress to "aom to keep These will usually be portraits of Erin* American 42'; .1.7-1 1m ;;A
of FloridW within their prescribed ins, Judge.Jocph AT SOMERVILLE. Statesmen, and whenever that is .possible,will be 43 8l. sa' IJ'l

-r boundary; whk<were: referred to a select 'OgUb".I' In Chancery: Bill for Divorce. J.: T. 'f'oouiv..8ec'Wx.Tsonos. PmuTt.CAFXTAX. accompanied with authentic- Memoir of the : 58. 100 150. ..
is .
represented. >
,
committee consisting!: :[of Messrs. Richard person 72108 rn' "iSJ' ;
English and MaLee.The / Vancy. (2OOO3O. The first objects of the Review are'of course po- i + 160 { 'r1'r:
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court liUeal.: it is designed to set forth and defend the 1003 250 ;a,>, ..:j '
1. committe to whom was referred the hat the defendant in this cause resides oat of the I "TK:;ii; ;.0 mtlUlCTt'.'and the mea of the'united Job TjpUam at. proportionally
bill amending the pilipt .kws. reported the Eastern Circuit but i'. the State of Florida, and fHtllE. subscriber having a power ot attorney toi Whig Party of the Union It has been a'matter Fane FcsiM. arjs uvariahrckar-
I same with an ameadsnnt, and recommended beyond jurisdiction of this Court,.Therefore, 'act for the above Company for Jacksonville;; of jnst reproach to that Party,"that, though it embraces a&W toy. the font and tW
on motion of James W. Bryant Esq., Solicitorfor St. Augustine and vicinity, is prepared to issue in great part the intelligence learning instanoft ifgher tbd theabov*...
thatitbepassed. > i said complainant ., policies against loss or damage by fire, on dwellings of the country, it has had no Quarterly or Monthly in eoaeequiee of increased nciBtiea
$ At 12 o'clock 4 i l. McClellan, Lang- IT u OBDEKED That said defendant appear and stores mills merchandize and furniture.' organ devoted to the expression and defenceof iU ,awmjobh reduced fr,*former
ford, and Blackburn,',were appointed a committee answer said bill of complaint of said.complainant And also will issue marine policies on all marine opinions and measures.The.conductors of the dueoknt for. Osaia hand at tae
t. to inform tie'Senate of the readiness within eight weeks or the same will be taken as risks, on the most favorable terms.' All losses American Review;have-done what in them lies to = '. \\ |._t ;-. i '. *:, "*'*'*

of the Houseto ';ipioceed to the election of a confessed against her. . met by this Company,win be paid at this agency.Application remove this reproach by securing contributionsfrom ?, Casesii;Wd TypeT.!*, fce i
Ao rr is FCRTIIEIL OB.DERED That a copy of made to' sources of undoubted ability and truth It the lowest m anctas'-prioe1;
f U. 8. Senator-an'
i judicial.circuits. :& : Court, be published in some newspaper.in the At Morris Ken's store,Boy st.,Jacksonville., Nation shall want either-Ar menu.to,defend, or eD'Book'fkr ISC Is now ready for
r The Senate entered the ball aud Mr. Pre- Eastern 'Circuit t of Florida once a week consecutively Noy.2-&D., Authorities to support his opinions Printers)wbo win send for is, sat

r. jndent the invitation of Mr. for eight weeks.,. ,. .. The.literary department the Rniew will new art tj'ff.s that We have never be
on Speaker, I,' OSCAR, HART, Clerk of said Court, do agree in spirit with the politicaL The conductors llictr.W'jftuf Nourishes,OrBa?
4ook the'chaTr. }* hereby certify the above to be a correct copy from .1.. County Tax Collector. Sale. believe.that: there.is.,learning and originality & TmAi &a.of which w*kayo

<; He having announced that the election of the Records ,of said Court of an Order made and Tirtue'or the power vested in me by law,I enough in this country .to sustain their enterprise. for.&he- execution of orders.
4 a Senator ira in oktfer, Ir. Scott nominated entered of record in said.entitled cause the date BY expose for sale before the Conrt-Uonse to tlte CnD.,' .',: ; ; prepariB*,jntd'will.shortly have

.Geonje T.Ward: for" tt oflke and.:Mr.. unit above.mentioned. ,hereunto., door In Nassau County on the first Monday in The Foreign Miscellany of each number.will IM. ,, an etig$ $ut and very superior
la wmress TVHmEorI authentic as the best foreign can make a.
January next, the following described property as papers ; ScrlpitaUdkrpriatuig. | .
Tweed Dominated Tube Morton. .
affix the seal of it and be ref.rredbacktoas'an'acurateChrenicleoftbtimcs. i*- -t i '-> ;
EAL) .
[ tctmCo.dand erie muck thereof as wilipsy the State Tax due may :
1 .The firet rote revolted! t : ,. tbweoa for the'year 1848, and all necessary- '. ; : newmipm(who choose to pwb&sh

Y013VLiD-Se ate, 1 Ii. JTouo;\ Speat- ". .OSCAR. :HART,. Clerk.. penses attending.the said sale t Ttrmt.'$5 cio a year. Payment to.be called. .uteMii flg this note three Uses

'er, ;M Mra, Bannecninl;' Fennell Hinson, Dec.U-8w. I. 10,000 acres/of land,known as the undivided" for, in advance,'or early in the yeas : will.1 ivcw r far, ISIS it ia.type seal wbs as they ins
Jackson iHs.CHEATAND .- *t
1: Josea, --Knowlea LHiulrvn, Laoriord, Long, a term of the Circuit Court of the Eastern lands of Lewis Flemming and A. Lowe& Co._ C.:W. DOWMSO. ,Agent u ofoaiiowu maaa&eten*.

'Mathers SlaxweHl ,Moore Net!,. Scott AT of Florida;held at the Court House 400 acre of land known as. the land'of IlannahSnttu ,:-.. : : M-: .:. spe..meaf1i'*'w.Lbe.ssuesa$et
the of Doval on Wednesday GROW'BICH 'lf.1 ..
'Kh'meJ:Stephens, WBTEjerlln. Tanner, and iajacksonvillefor County -, < t1 '- "- '' t
the 22d day of November in the year of 'or Jos.Lawton. "haacI Cyilelsv sad
Walenrton_19. .T tal27.; < 422 acres of lAnd. known as'the laaa. ,4' '- "
and -
"
forty- "
hundred -
Lord thousand eight ,_ .
I Fa Moaxoit- -&pfl( -t 0. House;Messrs.3aisden our sights Present one the Honorable, George. S.Hawuns .. of JohnL *. nnHIS bas'ma; the secret principle at too many .,. k..j.i i I-". 1 V

Baldwin;BlacklUirn Bryant, Bornbam Judge.ElisaE.Clopton. -. 6 > 6Oacrea boundaries oiJlU1d.bowiiash.t of the abovenamed: land ,J. or.t1te.,'\' olest1e Dealers in Teas no to this ',GE U B1W CO"3
"Coleinaal w.- Th > time an I they%ave*practised'the most shameful .' :13beThm.ric.v York.
DaeIDyineEIlis Eng- > < I
: I
,
laChaaccryrBin forDiMartiaKl are unknown(o the Tax Collector. :
: : without
imposition on the country merchant any '
'
fHoba McClellan '
|Esh; HawtJS; ; ijfftfbeew .TL. "r
Tore SAMUEL WALKER,: 'Bnt- in the trade has I'
8-I'O .
) I tear of Jlet ctfoG. a new era j ] _r. -
I Prevart Taylor, oHBG 1bp Taylor, of Jef. Oopton. Tax Collector Nassau County.' .I eomeand the PEKIN TEA COMPANY claims
onWalier, mlWil5'mxn-19. Total, IT appearing to the 'satisfaction ot the Court October 2d,18W, 'HoT.80-U. the honor oUts introduction. They were the first db: xx miair,7- uiLt:
-u. "." !! il; that the defendant in this cause reside out of the to raise the banner of Reform; on which it has inscribed erljber J 4w.' take th. ?yp
" ;, : State of: Florida and beyond jurisdiction of the simple word ', and .'. ontlaiM&business
:: Vpz BLAKK-SfeiareJ' .'Richards and Eich- this Court, Therefore,' on motion of.James W.. rtr. .THE"cincuiT- :COCKT- _, by KobJrtl Taylor. TJ.e7,wjJ1
:-. 1 :t tk Bryant Eva: Solicitor for said complainant St. Joiw ."Pure"Teat at honest Prim<' order CljrJa y'receive:with poa*. .

E.uTos.,.CKCTJIT.. or-FiokiDAi. ,_ ,., :
S Mr. Presideni Declared that there was IT is C BEMT.That said defendant appear x- h. /AI thdType nuuiufaetared .
'DO eJectionand that]Lat] ieond:rote was in and answer said bill complaint of said- complainant & 'Coum; I' 1 .". A tooliiin' has been the consetjieaee.Let whatwe !! be Hand < st aDd they win hrr-
.0fTeaJvorvrhere .look M
within three months.;_ ,< consumers of &tu.Ws4
order; .. K! IT.IS jrugrma OIDMTO That" a copy_;of this William .Aiken J Junr.. have done. ,, .. ?.-. ; p ;J.( \ is stfll eapl ye41
The eeeond rota.rewuea:. Order,"duly certified by the Clerk of.his Court AdminstratorJ Icc? of tiC1ianetF 1.W eero the*first 4o send &b lD.
Fox WA D-Senaft,S-ffloute; Mr.Speak be published in tome newspaper printed in the _William. 'complainant-Aiken,' deed.'' ., -_ : .''; :" .used i< 2. We have driven out'of ,
Eastern Circuit of Florida once. a week consecutively mori- ; a.y p'-tabtba >*
'
er Messrs. Banneraiarii Fennell Hinson '. 'to.'foredoM class of
tot three months.' r" vs*= amount of trash, and introduced a better, entitletartceira
,
.Iislf'amh" -
'Jones Knowles Laiidrn Lanrford,'Long, L OSCAR HART:Clerk of said ,Court. do Charles W* Siaaoni : teas taan has" ever been sold.' Importer often en T! ,

5 .,'Mathers MaxwetyMxwrjf eel,Scott;Shine' hereby certify the above to bra correct copy of IV llemeC.'d I" often come to us to get for their own use, and for } a'trezilsftr.> .. '. .: ..
"l
Stephens..Sauunerliftn-TtSner. and .Water. an Order made and entered or record in:laid..eDo. Henry' B." 'Armstrong.. . their trinds the fine"qualities they eaar ndJWr : iak ia ,;lor.. I-.
,
first above mentioned. to satisfactorily where else. ., .- &. .c '-'" "- .
date made appear .
ton-i.; Total, 23lf .,;, Ut1.dtuectb., having been : aore' than 25 -a 4",
jereeuL
I hereunto F been tied in this 3.rW.'jiareredud price .
fa vnrsvss vnmtor *mdavlt,that a Bin ha duly 1J1'1 TAYLOI.ti.tip.
TomMoiToi Swtete'j9. wh it
Jfotue Messra (SUL.l act my hand and ax the,seal *f, cause and that all th*;defendant therein reside both m ,Black and G-reea tes&Th 1: .
;t2and a, BaUiriii,'BKafcorn;Bryant Bom. U14C.Urt.. : L :: : -- without the limit o(.this State and within other w.uel'l &be ,-- ", '

,tarn, | gSmM/Hli* Eng-. OSCAR HART. Clerk, i iAtvicurjA i State of lk Union,.beyond,Jurisdiction of .111 haiabePr"ThiI..un c1oD4I new. : ;
I" 14-8w. ;: this Court and Its process; OB motion of Complain .wbatw.are igt41 to do'. ";4'tk.k"
4be e'lkCIel1aDtl cJle bachiaX1iid*e.Misiha-
Let singi
'B W. will sell teal by ,
1.
ORDCIXO That the said defendants
ant' Solicitor IT.w ,' ,that..holerroee ; T ficwm I ku
) Bentoir : stgta
; TayFo the R.saIF $
TAX CQLLEVTOR'I Ii 1JH.O,at
: coinrrr _. and each of them do appear and anweiComulalnant's daea'or : k hereby
'WiIkiri.oD 'When they buybrtce ;. :4.essn1OIM.
th0..bPP ,
!
'i :: ,aLLE. :: : : Bill -complaint within four sale DaY* !- kts diibs
..10.'. Total 30. \ HV'hL ; hereor..Dl.a failure to .di cew.1 i-- i( (sse3se *
: Month.from the date, 4d Es.
y.wt SflOWi 14 ashnst
Tirtee authority In me byJaw grocer -oW113s or )M.gtiaJ*
I U '' Bxt.MRkl..i, : BY expose for as!*.'beforetbeeOuYtbOUOdoor do so,."that"_" .. sold- BiD. be. taken..as.-eonfesicd. .", -'.against". ._ -.1 1bt.3.Th.whoiest&ts.to'1ae hoit0 .ThiI II &chestWe
I I I So Mr. .PreidinrethMtht :Jackson NewBaasvflle Alachna'eonH thea instances, :15 and 15 Ib*tare
in the town of ,? Tha'aceirtiSed .m Ia-- ,
,
_.
__ ITlSrtraTan O&DDD copy
.'u..p'MH..wu itJ"i .JI'. S ea Senator.were 1' ty,on Monday.the 4th day of June ISO,.much Is wUbta on Lb.' '- -43v -' : Mt this,' 'e, ba.
He loBowing 'elect** sOt of the interest of the following named persons in, ol&I Order epabU.6bed Circuit ofFlocida sosaes'I1pe7,oaoe a-.eek m.tanttftly.for .* ." -f{undertake to sou?.every,kind of P7' ; tai
I I the Eastern
:_: i'i. the:Arredondo'grant U said county as mav be (0 .Months from tIM ant.- r tea Iran*&to ctAt'F.roaM-]than *
'-' <
'Job P.litEu. circa DeeeIIar1'1 pay the taxes dee for U>e year iSIS GEORGE $$LAWINSJUdZO.i&1! woIeIe grocer*do.. a-s.>V r .' ; 4 '
11 and the expenses attendant gpon said sale.vis ij. 1; :. ft ., 'I-._, i ?'Iiosnyou do th1I1aa'thjeouritzi jner- r'
1 ,&mDelB;' cepW ,;Middle :do.. 8*meh ot the Interest of IQoodrood t Tilistoaas ',,; .. ., d I, \ .J I Ocri ltJ.DI d aat., 'I'I,II our answort-We are content.with : '
'J Ial.1nndrui l ':;,\ Western .do. will pay thirty-seven dollars and eventy eau : ". .CO,. ,,1 percent,profit,:instead of 25 and fi3 per, ent.oIfm -'-
:1 : ,,_ ,,
o.iaa B.hart '$st &sthern. do and ,upenass-al. ,".much,of the'Interert *f -: :Iif".fliJoA .Cour wholesale nroeers. ., ..'.,.JL jt'-* f-o. r.-j k. f -
j
John M. Berrian, as 'will;.); lghtee doHsw! r- -a tens Cor.r.f anOr4er ;AIeglisE1mport ilatieIy bosstM to n* : '_' '
to
tIa.t, cOutitntio &beYt
the itty-.tven and one4tatf cents and sluvw do b.T.bYeertITthI -
badteut4
p- .. expenses 15 lbSsbev eoold make.more mo*ey JryflOMi4c .
t -aofara* Hn&tea* i K'>. iWoD-theUI neb of the 1ntssiLC B LvWatte at wiHpay.eifhteea daly made is4ias'df.:_ .;1'Io.ber i I .York market'tW .good, .W ,. _ ",,-'.. .- t% -

:W' .. IMiwnvai D..Ja..,. '; doBars aM sevexttT-tiirM Istenst cents. aa.xpensessl' entitled.!(#...i .. fi'.titlt$ ;. thesojve4 to overthrow this /rmdri and; ows t sk.a'.J$' _- -; .
V'.tfi't$1
'viEejtL r_ .., a4- so sued. tt tsDunMwIu Jem 18f Ja.n set upon agent ia every town fat thUni *d Slates Income j ,.' ; 'e ,
t 4 fl2:1 pay two doRaes,tjkbty4w Md a r 1I1twlta. tu ethan -' t-' '
at forward and Imported
said Bytht M
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... IU1JJILIIiKD.rE"TTIUft :AT, great work to our 'ftad rs. Let every Baptist In .4 COPIESj.j j., 'Coo, per ;1_: Invariably in advanC0S insIIlo ailpartsof BQx 1221, New York City 'nblubIng Board In the best familici pcrmimtl d to$7,00
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g the r .: .'a.inserted skt Use following! this work Mr. Benedict made a most valuable Book for six dollars; ftndf : S 'w. p. WILLIS. /The moat effectual and speedy cure sever:known 1 SCHOOL," 1i. iff
oe Five Copies of the Saturday Evening-Post, : n. f
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*V'' t win b made. All tranrtent "Advertise- single work which even approaches, in completeness Six Copies of the Saturday Evening Post ana Or,ALL TIIEMLM RICAN REPORTS. TO, -,JANUARY,", J cough-consumption of,th
t cl( xc.ptby persons having a*funnily** -t 'AcUt History and of eomprchensivene&i the of design. Benedict's- two ofthe Fountain, (containing 252 pages of orig-| -:" 1847i{ trifling the catuo how direful the consequence! These school are in eligible.loeaUon*, Is 1a.lrt :

office) mint paid for Baptuts.THK toil letter press, and 8 of Surtoin'a Magazine engravings & brown'respectfully ask'the' atten- Be/warned time.' If,the tyranny of fashion I and moral eommuiutics.Czcibur tbdunctiO im 1'1

.iU L.. b ..rel f t publi1 CHRISTIAN REFLECTOR AND W'ATC .- ,) for four dollars. f ,. Little'ot the Profession to the United States ha silenced tbo voice of prudence; if yon will not ,'N'. C., directly:a& !' R .!.
.O 1 : What dAys and nights must have been given to 'to take to prevent diseases the P9l1m01 and tTiuiuujEiivH *v*4i v-#
completed precautionary measure
"*FeronIat.. a.distance i can govern:their I tedious reading to hard study, to the collection of : .A Pr&nitun Offer. '. Digest 1817. This and Supplement great.work has now-just been in the course of listen at least, to the dictate of reason and be Ridgeway Is In Warrea-N.:Cat Ridgeway depot

t..for by the fouowl&g 'r i iOns documents the examination of dry details and ex The premium offer made In the last prospectusof preparation and publication for more than twelve inred ere it i* too late. .Attend to a slight cold at on the Raleigh and Gaston flAil KoadttI -:. 3
.tYrlnr. rQt.i tensive correspondence;very few can fully understand the old firm will be :adhered to and continued !: of Volume of Reports once. Buy a bottle Doctor shall give ,the necessary aUobtiaa tq;these
"ua(twelve lines) published. 4k months ,It is probable that the next generation The offer is as follows years, and the Catalogue will give some idea of the Syrup of Wdd Cherry, use &t'ayns'&Conpoundsc, and expect fa company with one of tho
for yi I i U will feel the The Post Office of town in the,Union,from digested given below officers of the College, to attend tu,'aptrtal examinations
; :- -. |j1i. 810 0 more deeply dcbtofgratitude which any labor required In preparation.;' Volume 1 was consumption in the bad. and:avoid long years of '
1 they owe to Mr. IWdict which we shall receive the greatest number of subscribers grade all the student,'and admit iIuUJied
fortz than docs the resqnt. Hon J. too often only in the
Motealf and
'w'laT', months-vJl \ ., 15 00 f Post edited by the Hon Theron Buffering, terminating grave. the different cIsaes
the the to in Cofleft
..' THE TENNESSEE BAPTIST.-The contents ofthe to Saturday Evening ,during in 1841 Volumes Be not deceived by the too many spurious, worth- applicant ,
Perkins and ,
to C. was published
oUa an ereditorj [ : between the lnt November 1847 and the Is without examInatIon.I I K
debtr 1 0 History year prearationsofWiId ushered into further
as a wholo are to'us a treasure and as 2 and 3 were edited 01 George Ticknor Curtis less Cherry, notice 4hPrepsrstoiyDeparti'tn
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Application tc n'or admin\ faatioja, 5 00 such we recommend it to others. But for oursel- November, ISIS, (the paper to be mailed to end Esq., and'were published 1916.' 'These three by ignorant pretenders; but see that the signAture ,Persons sending to
send the school'fa
: For announcement of yes Post Office or to subscribers through it,) shall l> The of Dr. II. SwATKKis each bottle which I 01 scholarship must to : thevi-
eandidatcaforoiS.ee, 5 we would not be without the information volumes bring the Digest down to 1836. Supplement on "
of the wholo number of Co unless some special ammRwiwat
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If furnished in reference to of the old in two ,volumes 'edited by George P._ is the only guarantee against imposition.
: o announcement will b.made:infes the same Baptists world" the subscriptions gratuitously for one year site l.madewUhth. nbscriber. ,W A.$MI1'H..
from volume Anothtr Invalid tutored to Health.
the of .
fourteenth to the seventeenth centuries 'Putnam, Esq., completes the Digest every
Waeoompanied with the amount kirgfsl.t '. I alone, for the price of the whole work._ the expiration of tho year for; -which their subscriptions of American'Common.Law and Admiralty Read the moat remarkable cure of consumption I TO TIHTPEOPLE OF'THE.SOtJTHERN 1
:Editorial for private j&aaeni! wQl shall have been paid. i States Courts, and all the ever placed upon record tPR. : .
the
TUB fa United
Doti CHRISTIAN Reports
b INDEX.-The volume before us The will be continued either to tb' AND SOUTHWESTERN $TA1'ES.IIE .
papers on, DEAR',SIB I feel debt of ,
to 1847. S WAYNE- r It. a
barged of adverting. Is in itself State Reports, from the earliest period '
[ library ecclesiastical Its '
dble h r on history. subscribers themselves or to the agents throug! a' S-1
Mr. Putnam, gratitude doe to'yon and duty to the afflicted
edited by
Religious,Obituary and Maniire nottcos real value we know not how to estimate aright. receive the orders for An Annual Supplement, WETSTEKN'
:. win Certain whom we may quantitiesand and embracing C the Chancery Reports from that generally, to.offer my humble testimony in favor T COPrTjNENT!
Ve t we arc, ten eagles would not bear away to whom the package or packages may be direeled have In of Wild A Southern Neutral
pbe1i from will hereafter be published. We of your Compound Syrup Cherry. Some Popular
: without period,
us our copy some assurance that we to both if there should bo both in the FamiljNn4ier
or .
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also American Chancery Digest three years since VAS violently .attacked, with in
Cmaantioa.must post paid. would be able to replace! it. press a complete
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same town as ease -
J LEWIS COLBY, 122 Nassau Strut PrnLtnuu. may to 1847, in one volume. cold and faflammation.of the lungs which ..uaccompwed 1TERMSs_ i .
-.TflE OCEAN Aluxiys in Advance.. Of the importance of this,work, if_well done with a very distressing cough pain .
8TE.B Oct. 12, .. tf The money for Clubs must be:always sent in ad I nothing need be said, for it i* obvious to every in the breast and head, a very considerable discharge ,
CVIA1D'LL't-Saila from 1 YancO. Subscriptions may be sent atourrisk-4 lawyer.The following letter from Professor Green'lesfsbowi of offensive mucus from the lungs, especially S id a year. In "mn..] .

Hibentia;.Capt. Shannon Foe Liverpool Okl1. THE LADIES' OAKLABfD AND DOLLAR (when the sum is largo,a drf* should be procured [ his opinion both of the necessity of the upon changes of weather however alight. At fFIHE:WKSTKU Co.rn.xxTT 1* a paper of tk

May IS. Kfw'I'li&gsrCspt. \* S. MAGAZIJTE. if possible-tho' cost of, which may bo deducted J I I I Digest and the manner fa which it.has been proparodi first I felt'no alarm about my condition, but was JL largest die, is printed on 'good.raper, sad .
,": .;' with fair typo and in all the characteristics of Ik ,
EeFotDostoi '' : from tho amount.) 'Address. ; pretty soon convinced that I.was rapidly going
; ,:5atay20.U TullE undersigned : DEACON & PEARSON; TT I T,*r 'CAMBKIDOK-JUbrefc 4,'1848.'. into consumption.,,I grew daily.weaker, and at popular family journal will compare favorably With
from Mr.
;'6c STJU NAT. i JL J. Van Coort having"THE purchased LADIES' GAR i 93 Channt Street, PhiladelyMQ- Me LITTLE & BROWN I hare received jour le: th was scarcely able,to walk about, or speak the best weeklies of the country. -It hais been tip

liR C'sLIomon.; LAND,." designs issuing it at the commencementof Editor copying the above, or a fair abstractor' I letter requesting my opinion of the merits of the above a whisper, inch was the exceeding weakness I aim of the editors to preserve a high nvoral ton,

l- a CrbLe.& For Kt r p Sat. the new volume, 1n January, iSIS in an improved it, or who will give notice of the new firm and .- United States Digest.' You will recollect that several of,my lung. During this time,I had tried I and to maintain an elevated standard!ef literary'
Je ask not that shall be praised) ago I strongly advised the preparation various and but excellence, giving to ft* content stehj a varied
H !P style, and adding to it such new and at larged paper (we they years preparations prescription, found
Washington, Capt. Johnston, Fp York, tractive features as shall serve to entitle it to a In their editorial columns, shall be entitled to hi of one General Digest of all the Judicial Decisions no relief-growing all the time worse. Just here character as to interest and Instruct all minds MIl

Sat. May 20. .;' ; T 1 high position among the literary periodicals of the exchange. Such as are already entitled to an U-: ofthe United States down to the time of its publi- I was advised and persuaded by a'dear friend in please all tastes. Besides the current, ews, f0r-

leran. Capt. Crabtree,For New York, day.' Possessing considerable experience and change for the current year, shall receive the cation, and a subsequent annual publication of all Wilmington to make trial of your Syrup of Wild eign and domestic,'the -column fthej Continent. *

20. !|1','j Tues combining with that experience extensive facilities thank of tho now firm.1 the decisions in the preceding year.,after the manner Cherry. I.'must confess that previously I had are,supplied with, \\A ,

[In thSa line the steamers leavo Breuicu'always for presenting to the public one of the best and 1 Harrison's English' Digest. I had long felt been prejudiced against patent medicine, and 1 Tabs' Ettays; Sketches,awt Poeyu, .
on the 15th. and Southampton on the 21h of the cheapest magazines in tho country he is determined Tlie best of the Weeklies. the want of euch a work, and had no doubt of its am still against those coming out of tho hands of from many of the ablest writer'of the cormtrt;

month< When the 2!th falls on SutxlaVj:the day to tax his exertions to the utmost, in order to acceptableness to the Profession, as it would furnish empirics, but understanding your claim to the and the choicest selectIons and!'original tranuationa -

of sailing from New York will b th* 21 Us.] render the "GARLAND"more worthy than ever of Neal's Saturday Gazette, .I' a complete synopsis of the Common Law in profession and practice of medicine and having from the literature of England France, and

tho liberal patronage it has already received and NEW VOLUME. all the States, with annual information of Ha progress implicit faith in the saying of my friends, I forth- G ermany. :.1 '

iKDKrE DKirr LUTES-From Liverpool.- gain usefulness.for it a wider and moro enlarged sphere of the and use improvement of State Digests and would besides entirely relieving supersede the- with purchased of Dr. Shaw one of your agent, The Letters from Georgia to Mattatnttett,',

Unit States, Capt. Hackstaff, F or' N.- !York, It will not be expected that in the limits of CONTAlNlKG MORE OF LITERATURE ,ASP KEWS Profession from tho expense of many separate volumes was a few at bottles thia time, and of commenced its nse. My disease ,pronounced by all who have read;them-! the ablest
a twenty or months
We. 11,117. : brief Prospectus ho should THAN ANY OF ITS COTEMFORARIES AND of Reports, and the.troubJe and delay in twenty-five vindications of the South from ;the winders and
F N go into on enlarged standing, and consequently was deeply seated. I
Thompson t York
,
ar detail .' STANDING UNRIVALLED AS A PARLOR twnnriniF them. falsehood of northern fanaticism that ever emanated
Cap. of the improvements he '
June 6. intends to into found, however, considerable relief from the
,I" 'ri carry use'
\ YourK'revolumes Press will be followed other
from the
by
the publication of this excellent COMPANION AND FIRE-SIDE FEIEKD. already published have fully .
t Sarab For periodical; suffice of the first four or five bottles. But being
NH a poblie
Thompson
) Snd. Cap. '." York it to say that whilst the accomplished that design, in a manner, I believe, I frequently to with article on the subject of Our Federal fetation as
attempted
speaker preach
.! ffarah F Best Literary and Artistic Gazette now enters upon it*third year; entirely satisfactiory. It is as trustworthy as any increasing strength,. and involved i in the crusade now waging-against the
Tn. ac. CAp.Tompn ,' .Nc t York, Talent Neal' its publishers have abundant reason to Digest I have had occasion to make use of, and my those vessels that had thereby ruptured heal institutions of the Southern State., froto the pea.
already begun to in
1[ : in the country will be to add attraction : of Southerners.Dickens' .
; engaged congratulate themselves its brilliant success will naturally find a place fa the library of every distinguished ., '. ,
For Havre. :: to tho upon this way, doubtless, my cure WaS greatly retarded.
I of THE LADIES'
pages GARLAND its for careful lawyer. Nothing now remains but a tablo i New Work Dorn :
triumphing over all competition,and obtaining In ; ty t
of thus I
United States, Capt. Hackstaff For York readers will be compelled to admit that their pa- their the of of cases which is much wanted, and the issue of, consequence acting imprudently had
f i enterprise reputation being Jirst
among twelve most
to use or fifteen bottles before I classed among'the popular ptoduetJon.or
justly
.Mon. July 10. tronago was never bestowed on a more meritorious the supplement at the close of in which i was perfectly
.. publicatioo. In short, it is the intention thefanilyjouruafs.it *s every year; restored. I have no question a much smaller o that able Writer. is given In entire tart*, immediately -
proprietor's
work shall wish all
good we
has often been remarked that the Gazette has you possible success.
LINE-For Liverpool to make it one of the beat and most popular, Your obedient number of bottles would have made mo sound,but on Its arrival in this eonntry.fi:series .f
CUAR wecy.Cambri& as it undoubtedly will be tho more of original thought and useful informationin servant S. GREENLEAF., for the above indiscretion. The Syrup allayedthe I tales, illustrative of American history,,.i* in,.preparation -
'Capt. Harrason FromNew it than is to be found in
.' York any similar publication feverish habit, did away the distressing cough and a series ofI4tteraJrons '}:1.( t j
Wed. May 24. Cheapest Magazine tV the United State ; while the rapid increase of its circulation, to the ?'
fj$: The Table of Cases above referred to will put a stop discharge of matter from the' Major
Cedonia. Cpt. Lcitch, From Bdto. Wod.. Tho large outlay of capital which the prosecu- now extending into every section Of the Union be ready in the course of the summer. lungs, and cave them and the entire system good L on4 .:
will be
But
: and unparalleled in the of shortly commenced. we need not
My tion of his same space time affords health. I have deferred this par.
i' must offering certificate
plans involve
; Hiheria.Capt. Shannon, From) .eT.York, be justified by a necessarily increase of,can only I substantial evidence of the general approval with Lift of Report contained in the United States till now, for,the purpose of being perfectly sAtisfied ticularize. Our close proximity to the great political -
t Wo ne 7. : : on the of corresponding the patron- which it ia received by the reading public. Xngett and. Supplement, 5 volt.royal Svo. with the of the and : commercial, and literary emporiums or the
age part literary public. Thai this permanency cure, now
.
Ni. Capt. Ryrie, From Boston,W4d." Juno will be secured ho cannot doubt, nor does ho question Tlit Useful and Agreeable. Vols.' that I feel perfectly well, I offer it with pleasure. country enables us to disseminate the latest intelligence _'
c! : 1 > the fact that when tho subscribers to the United State Reports including all tho Circuit : REV. J. P. JOIWA."i. on all subjects a* promptly a*any of our
:'* itOCEAX GARLAVD" of what By suitable comment upon the world as it pass- Reports 75 Dublin N. C. northern contemporaries; and as Our paper i* M
Stat NAV. Co's LINK ForSouthamp: see a specimen he intends cs the most liberal have been County, 1 feel that least
that Magazine to be,.they will wonder how arrangements madeto Maine Reports, 'I. 25 largo an< cheap, we we have At an
ton and Bremen. .: a publication can bo furnished so superior secure an array of varied talent, such as can bo Now Hampshire Reports, 12 equal claim with the worthiest of j then to the patronage -

Hermann, Crabtree, From 'New York, the insignificant price of possibly its for found in no other weekly publication, and thus to Vermont Reports, 25; TvLLER's; HOTEL, Washington City, of the'southern public, to whose peculiar
4 Wed. : Ca., I may be assured,however,that subscription. They combine in the Gazette the best features of the Massachusetts Reports, 51: D. C., corner of Pennsylvania avenue:and interests our Journal is especially 'd v. Determined
every promise made Magazine and the Newspaper. 12thstreet EDWARD H. FULLER to do all fa our tt mort their
WiuWngton, Capt. Johnston, From N'eYork, shall be scrupulously fulfilled and the merits of Connecticut Reports 24 I proprietor, power patronage
Wed. June 20. t i the "GARLA ND" be BO enhanced as to win its It has, from the first, been the steady aim of New York Reports 72 who most respectfully call the attention of his; ,it is most respectfully solicited. .:,Address
j
to public favor in a way Neal's Gazette to render a welcome visiter in the New Jersey Reports, 20 old friends and patrons, and the travelling public postpaid. \ :
manner in
bOU LIIES-For history of the popular literature unexampled of America. tho domestic[ circle and to secure to itself the repnta- Pennsylvania Reports, 68 I fa general to his present establishment now in I TERMS: f i 1?

DEr and 8uth tlnfIav.;; ion of being pre-eminently the Ladies' Parlor Delaware Reports 3 I full operation, having opened on the 1st of December Single copy ofthe Continent, oner year, '--. "$2

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Sat.JunelO. 1:, The terms upon which TilE LADIES' GARLAND And, to this end our columns have been, and Virginia Reports, 42 was erected under his own immediate superintendence Seven copies, j r > ,10

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Sarah Sands, For Liverpool, From.JSe* York 1 the; past year having given evidence of what will Georgia Reports*.. .. 4 I fireplaces in each, and furnished in a manner combining An subscribers hl clubs win bentitled ,
new single
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:
Benedict's, History of the 'nap For five dollars, wo will furnish three copies of many others, whoso productions are an honor to Arkansas Reports, -.. 5 I by any Hotel in Washington. The location FLORIDA'WHIG.- ;
1 c; The Ladies' Garland" and two copies of the our country. The volume of tho Gazette now is'every way desirable, being about midway
tit. To di
IVest lT :'a ld toiJIAm
a; Saturday Evening Post," for one commenced will be even more brilliant In this respect .- Total volumes digested, 649 between .the Capitol President's, house., and the the'Whip of '.
.ear. than that which preceded it, and by the aid Of of these have executive >' 'intertttedIhfJitttminatit* of Trutkmnd
a majority
: : t. mayjrjfuljnroemployment For ten dollars seven copies of Ladies'Garland" Reports no Digests department
Afne mare
competent sound Political ,. 1
JIalik in Altxl l3is inale I'M and four copies of the Saturday Eve- of"Tarn," "Julian Cramer and a.vast array of hitherto been made, and of many of the others the "From E. H. F.'sloJ\g experience in the business Principles.- I I' ib mn

flrldz not ajivoyritted, farticultirly MM the nine Post" will be furnished: gentlemen contributors, who have won enviable Digests are old, and consequently Imperfect and I (eighteen years in the city of Washington) he THE coming contest is fraught with importanea.
Hrrttm Yl Southern Statet. ApvJf too publisher F or fifteen dollars,seven copies of"The Ladies' reputation AS writers, "Ncal's Gazette"may in tho expense of a Digest of tho United StntesCourtReports feels 'assured'of affording satisfaction to all who to the Whigs
'?. Garland" and seven copies of the "Saturday Evening all its department*; challenge comparison with and that of'several of the"individual may honor him with their patronage, in soliciting for the first time, is heard in the election for

With the cirulJ 'l by. Poet" will be,fum llhcd with an additional any periodical of the day,on either side of the At- States \iii as much or more than the above-de wbich no exertion will bo spared on his part to Chief Magistrate ef the Union.- 'A'Representative
abe.o y b \gent, copy of each to tho Postmaster or other antic, aa regards its high moral tone, its interestfor scribed Digest of all the United State Court Reports merit their approval. to Congress and an Executive-Officer fbrvth
TUB BAPTIST Ii I If H.A It.YtTkrte I through whom the Club may bo raised and person the all classes of readers, and its essential. value asA and all the State Reports so that a lawyer The charge for board 51-50"per-diem. Stat are to bo chosen; and Legblator* elected

totiunet in one, royal ortawtf b4d in nay : money remitted. household visiter.Social will find jt cheaper to buy the WHOLE than to buy The Bar is furnished with the choieest! cloction upon whom will devolve the appointment of a Jri-

uniform with the Hiitury, nauhtiug of I For twenty dollars, wo will furnish ten copies of Amusements for the Young.In only those of the United States Courts and his own of Wines, Liquors, and Cigar that the market dicilIY'JU1d United--States Senator.? Jn thtte

km lioopagn. .4 ] "The Ladies',Garland" and ten copies of tho conformity with the impression that the week- State. mar 14- affords. i.- issues it involved the political wett 6ctng of Hondo

The Library hits been bfor the pnV'ic suffi Saturday Evening Post," with a premium copy ly newspaper is exceedingly important to the APorter will be in attendance at the .car on fer lean to come. The-contest is a "gtrif' for
eienU11g t b known < large of each work for ono year to tho person raising the vcnilo branches of families aa a means of awakening ju-- ACADEMY. UNDER THE DIRECTION their arrival to convey baggage to the Hotel free mastery;" and the result will fix,ihe f*te,of th
and t of Club and remitting the OF'LADIES OF THE SACIIED HEART, of expense. vanquished, perhaps'irretrievably.! 'thereforo
&ODt 'aoable rning. a ex- money. literary taste, and for creating a fondness for
,
reUeot d .he clue n'mt .- For thirty dollars twenty-four copies of"The innocent recreation, it will be observed that attention NEW TOUK become the Whigs to gird themselves witb might I

If what it contains were published'in uparatcbooksTWEtrr Ladies' Garland"and eleven copies of the "Saturday to this point is a leading characteristic of f rnhe Sccrcd Heart Academy is about eight FALL SESSION OF andtegdintotlssstzugglewithssealaad-sd-

DOLLARS. would not puzch.. them. Evening Post" wilL be sent, together with a tho Gazette, and that nothing is neglected which JL miles from tho city of New.York; in the"vicinity L termination.commensurate with tJke mOmmtooa
\ premium copy of each of said publications for one may contribute to an end of so much value to tho of Harlem and Manhattanville. The site Randolph Macon College. ,interests at toke, ?. i. ( > .
a PllC' : i f year. is romantic, elevated,healthy,and beautiful. The In thecnmpaign it b'InteDdcd"to ,13J.c'tIae
History,t sheep binding, $3.60 >{i OO Orders in all be
library "I i 3.60. Si must cases, accompanied AJfairt. M-, commence WHIG wilt
the ground for recreation and promenade are neat and on Wednesday, the 9th of August not be found with thtx-who blew

-. The Set/4 6.501. : | t by Address money., SAML. D. PATTE11SON. Special pains will bo taken to furnish the agricultural spacious, surrounded,with shrubbery and pleasantly I- 1843.The Preparatory Schools Ridgway the trumpet' with.an uncertain so ut7 .ft will

A lU discount b male t Agonta putehasing Publisher Ladies' Garland and Dollar Mfiffazine. readers with tho most recent and important shaded by forest and grove trees. andGartyaburg, N. C., will open on tho 4th Monday give a cordial support to the nominee of tho.ilWbig

for :. ., 'No. 98 Chesnnt it. Phila. intelligence in reference to all matters connected This institution, in its plan of education unite in July.FACULTY National Convention;" and in its ajvoseyofth.peat .
e.: ; q with tho culture tho soil; and tho every advantage that can be derived from a punctual OF COLLEGE. and glorious principle of the>Whig Party,

The Publishers append a few of:ihd;fioticcsvhich Commercial l Dejnrlmcnt and conscientious cars bestowed on the pupilsin W. A. Smith D. D., President and Professor it win ever be found fearless and unthinr a ..It will,
NEW PROSPECTUS. every branch of science becoming to their sos. of Mental and Moral Philosophy. upon all proper occasions,hold op to public scrutiny -
the History h received Iioin the re is so attended to as to render it peculiar interest Propriety of deportment,politeness,personal neat: David Duncan. A. M., Professor of Ancient the principles of Modern Democracy in att,their
: ALWAYS to all men of business; and it will bo found : Languages.Czcktci .- hideooaess and Th
nakedness
ligioos'press. ,,, IN ADVANCE. ncii, and the principles morality, are objects of deformity. ,
F&oii RKV. Wx. R. WILtuXS.p. D.-Tho especial that our reference reports of to tho the object markets oC, prepared the mercantile with nccasiiiK?W5-".ilT. The diet is ;?od, abundant, A. Blanch,.A. \., Professor of. pure.' WHIG, fa fineis fully, fairiy,'andiime mpromi-
and applied Mathematics.' singly committed to a vigorous prrnesutMa'eCa ,
new (edition of Benedict's ocmf to tbo TRULY A MAMMOTH SHEET. community are far ad wholesome. The health of the pupils is the
JVJ more
jr subscriber a book of much ha* made hensive, and earlier in their correct intelligence more compre than object of constant solicitude, and in sickness they Rev. Charles F. Deems; A.. M.Professor. of war agauiat Locofocoism ask tatipw armie-
extracts from tho 1- attended with maternal Experimental Sciences. tice nor treaty. j I lj ..
Urge history of Meimouite REDUCED PRICES are tenderness.Difference .
TO CLUBS. those of of
any our cotemporaries. To the
Agriculturist Oliver II. P. A. B. Tutor With view to the furtherancofhdu
Corprew, of An a to-
Martyrs. From the great yarictylot the wyk -- also, these of of religion will not be an obstacle to .
reports are advAntage
- wkich furnishes these, tho cit-ract.wit; 'ts our TIlE Proprietors of tho SATURDAY J3vE\i\a furnishing him with the price of great at- the. admission of young ladies'provided they are cient Language and Mathematics. which the-FLORIDA'WHIG stands' pledged,the
produce
ehnrchcs have besides their in willing to conform to tho PRINCIPALS OF PREPARATORYSCHOOLS. efl"ott8of&U Whigs;good and true, are invoked Is
own t.iirtrCt. POST satisfied from the experience of the hut two all tho leading points of trado; and Storekeepers general regulations of in
- the>dditional ebn novelty. years that it is the "manifest destiny of their in the country thus have the authentic detail the sciooL r.: u aid eztendingitscireulationo.:The paper ll
f tist ef U e Uo he has with labwe Dr. paper to 'take its stand at the very head of the the markets in cities up to the latest moment. Our of Course of Education. .School Wm.at T. Davis, Principal of the :Preparatory be trict.placed fa the hands of every S ,Whig at,r the Dis

S delity compiled a &of historical and statistical weekly press, have resolved to make the Post more Reporter, for this purpose, ha the best facilities, The knowledge religion and Its duties being- "'Charles College.B. Stuart A. M., Principal of the Preparatory S The"AVHIG wilt continue'trader.the Editorialcharge o T
"lijwieo no where else to be fonn ( ,
aod which .
than
worthy of its
ever high ho
position. with of
They accordingly coupled great experience; and he justly primary object a good education is treated School at li re18bur of THOMAS B. ALEXAIDER.71' :,

.-' .o! i the almost judgment Indispensable of the .ub ;mae now, have the pleasure calling the attention prides himself on.tho fullness, completeness, sn4correctness with the attention duo so important a matter Wm. C. Doub, A. JL, Prmcipalof the Preparatory I- "}. Advance Term '-, ; ..... t .
r of the
to the
public fact that .
the POST of his statements. No other weekly in and enter as the basis into the plan of studies following '
'
tver For
: and School at Ridgway.: ,. ,7 Single Copies, *. *! SSOO
pastors, abundantly deservLi '{
has been -
'
Union
greatly
o patronage enlarged. the bestows so much care in this in every class and department of the school. t
respect aa The .
is hr For
1 into Ds.
collegiate divided
and study of our churches. This year sessi fiveCopFes, .- 1'12 CO
enables them
enlargement to lay the equivalent the Saturday Gazette. And so in reference the The course of education comprises elocution
- to reading; The first 8 weeks For .! ).
the ten
begins after and second 21 Copies -, : 'f' 2000
,FBOX EowAao B UKEDILL E a Cor. Sec. of eight more columns of reading? before I money market,stocks, exchanges and other topics writing, arithmetic, French and Englishgrammar weeks before the 2d Wednesday in June "To such For twenty C-opi si. :.' rJ "$0 00
fOteUanierd' ,. ENkaaL-Thc; their subscribers weekly-being, in fact, an addi of similar interest; furnishing in each number a English and French polite literature as desire'to enter it is that BENJ. G. LIDDON
College Co.a
"Toluae indeed a Encyclopedia of:ifaptiit. Literature tion of one-fourth to the old area of tho paper. Business Manual of well-arranged and minute do- imposition in prose in. both languages, history they be in attendance at the,opening important of the ses' :: '
and Baptist history; a book'lot the tails. sacred and profane TO CLAIMANTS 1TOR XUEV0-
porpctual Character of Paper chronology geography, the sion.. A abort absence'at that time 1JoTTCE
reference I eel thing rtlating t 'bur]%urI The general character of tho old paper-such as .LOWEST CASH PRICES: use of the globes and delineation of maps, the ele student under disadvantages which will may impair place his a __ LtJTIONAILYPENSIO$4'erai.>..

a1:-- -: ., '.j it has JJccn under' the supervision of the present One copy Nool'a Saturday Gaz.,1 year, $2 00 meats astronomy,chemistry,natural philosophy scholarship throughout tho session. Our course scriber,having devoted,hi*.attention; fat wpttard
THKJXCW: XOBK RUOR :. Tl I jWO k COmneaees Editor-shall be maintained. | Four copies do do 5 00 mythology, geometry, &o.; all kinds of useful and of study
.Ul*'e" the disseoblMf Arties of It shall be neutral in Politics ant Religion,'at Eight do do do 7 00] ornamental needle-work,embroidery and silk,chenille young men who desire to acquire an 'extensive General Government and before Congress,ha
ariy among whom baptistie fimtinients are the same time that it.shall not fear to speak its Thirteen do' do 8 00 gold and silver, artificial flowers, and every Enginheducation 1 without studying tho Ancient succeeded;by-great labor and .x llM'la"obtabj-
traced with more or less distinctness*' fit breath. Eighteen copies of the Gazette will be sent for 15 00 species of fancy-work- according to tho wishes of Language The'beuefit to be derived fionx the ing,by collection and purchase;!-;tie tsess

however,I interest as it a ta.. Original aM Selected Article' Twenty-eight copies. will be, sent for 30 00 the parents.; -T, '- use. or the,Llbane'and from attendance on:the complete''and extensive records of"idc .C tfce

where are established Iy Dor wuineVo*
1eSntstblehlstorep.1 dent I.1' SJo .
pAtieaUott.r u e. ,1 grew'been re b uvestlgatinjrtbe its originality, -- -- : r '. THE.PUBLIC.. charged. to the parents._ ho must bo thoroughly'acquainted with'English of the line and!staff of thcraray'appo ttted b/

I. et .of the n et, It* Selected Article will be procured- from.first TI1EIIO3flTOURNALEDITED Payment' are to be snide. .leml-aiuiuaD1ID'&d-.. .. Grammar Geography and Arithmetic.: the1 Continental.Congreas;vithat refareBJtri ad K
a4 M:1act has made Ci f tfte addineit sources;'and the readers of the POST may depend vance/ ; -S S Tha expense of this institution 'are aa follow to the Returns kaown as the]",WftshtogVnPapers
tnonato which m this upon finding its pages the best Tales .Essays, BY MORRIS & WILLIS. ,.No deduction'win be made'fo":a pupil wlthdmwn' Board, per session '$40 .Tuition ADd Deposit ," tha "State Papers''.and otherftjpOrtaat

department ; literatim Oadeod we lie., that appear either in the foreign or domestic rt'BUSUBO. SVKBY,. SATURDAY. 13 TDK'CttfOT for before tho expiration.- of the, quarter, except Fee, per $22 Mi' or;$125 for the culb Information from the archives Of tIle General aifli
think this port of the work intense-1 i In magazines.Thus laying'the wholo English and cogent reasops.No ; giate .lCtsion'I' State Government1* ''eomptiteri iDa

and,. worth fu' more than the cost of ib foiume American, world under contribution. :. iqEw.Yoii.4t pupil will be received for shorter rspai' 10 which include the cost Vl or text.icidcntal boohsfuel expense,turn*-, general and valuable evidence;ever held by aj i-
The work: 4 tewlsd > Two DoUan per Annum..IN than sri months. &o Yak individual; the names and rank of the Cop
cnD a' .Agricultural, ? .A ture, ,, for room,fa Collcgo.: We respectfully[
tf. of writer n Music the
on on piano, harp guitar tfaental Stat&
.
i >tUJ drawing and and -office" thetr.
| -' advido that appoiatments,
Tho .Agricultural. matter, of trJiich the Pott parent more pocket: money.than 1*necessary
both American _. pointing, the
troversy, and fore' Spanish: German
a and Italian languazes promotions and of
ome of the, services cases Mslgnfttlon) officers
them, carloa las always given hnftoforelmIMt the quantity of November last, we commenced the publication are extra tO5Ul.7: roasonabla exceedingly aa4 U eresU it. It charges., dent' Is of tho medical ataff snrgeorH, mju > r*
then proceed to the dl UncteonaidUoBp7Ame any other paper shall be composed;of the best ar of this family newspaper on a new and novel The French language is fluenUy ijIokcn In'Ue injurious.5The practice of contracting .and Srj
tides that bo found in the numerous plan;No'aimi1arwork intended tho debt. with tradesmen in the.vicinity of College ia veyora ;apothecaries; chaplain* td-Yhe trig-
can periodicals to contain institution '

Hean lUpUsti, whose rise Is and is without
narrate ,
at taught
vf ado of the the
ry eon any extra in : army;officersfaj Department .f
devoted pier of the a high' degree pernicious.:,'A Jaw of tho State ;:
kiderablo It Is iethesulject. Making la this news eloganolesopinions and literature .
uacful charge.
Length *
a st Jy lot way "f of issues
Inquire tf} commissary general and
fe purchase joffleer
r : of -
our Agricultural of to 't Virginia; designed to provide remedy for thia *
our time CULL from the wilderness
Department superior to what of General
Into' the sufferings of fathers ih t
ow tn Regulations.
*uuse of _. in the department of the.qnartornttatac "
truth of whom the could bo made by the service of single writer ., the hour's ever flowering caprice,'and 'to. EESCUE Tho annual, S banoofah1Coflogeai&tthis-effccts: Toot3 any Kan
,- en world WM PUt worthy, auy vacation will.commence ,the-last merchant;who ihall.give credit ral, including deputy quartermaster'gownroL ar-
the lost Tn to a College stu-
the
good things else
tndortng on Americas sod JmirU bewildering floatage week of July,and scholastic _.
,Ian uneoU : duties will bo siatant
resumed dent without deputy quartermaster generals,W SODconductora -
The ; novelties adrift had been apecial.a.IttJwr from bit parent or
News both e
i
wIppIbgsn& exile, becaane thr ro previously attempted tho first-Monday of September. .
serted andainUmedtlMwaUmoottorBapt and domcgUtfshall; b and.lf rago-caaater ,
S othert. -- ; guardian, shall upon conviction of tho fact, forfeit! *| fun -
and far by '
." For further : .
's the ordinances as posjrfbS,aecnrate-iand belaid pn.rtlculan,if required, apply to the '. ofcnmmisaanr l-
"- thIs debt forfeit hi* license, and be fined 8500.: miljtary. iHrwaado
of Ood's home and the Hghi. <1 eeiwclcnee. before the readet at the,earliest possible.moment, i That we bare labored successfully oar vocation Right Rev. Bishop Hughes to tho {(Lady Sup- Lot parent and guardian*nave due regard to this nan 4\i and officers' of the,line. of(h. irmj hoU-'

This portion of the work should (.IIUI".A4 the # Jlitttr.: -: "' ; and. produced paper remarkable for;its interest nor, Sacred Heart, or to P.A,Hargous, S3 South law, and where it may bo necoesary to ing staff appointDtenti;inch..a' eatiiaf&r s rvnga

wOrt'o all Baptist .U U well '.. and The Bank NoteTfr*,is corrected weeklyl: A 1 value pep..ularitand one adapted to street' New York. t_ with a merchant,let' tho.;Individual openan bo designated account *aa aid.de-camp,licutenaatr perfofnvteC'f&.Ai-
'
tho wantsofALLci..tssas -
nukes large and'handsome rolttae. la full and accurate:'account of OF SOCIETY we have The Btaahattanrille and Bloom gWe 'lit ty '
oar the*Markets tho Ca sndtho.amount and the nil paymasters, qnartermaaternta4< t .
opinion aU BaptisU! should poe I 1M Sale of Stock, fce'i are.also.weekly given; ? sufficient'evidence in our extensive and rapidly faereasinff win pas by the Sacred Heart whenever these are lf oaso10. -S-, specified, ;*_ tUo, officwa of the- jcontlneptal and jS "-.-
THC'EW-'YOKK 'B eireuJat.1oD.'In'universal commendation 0 passengers to or from the institution." : : ; r In mancaesnot1y the evldewe,'ef&
rrisr pro- .AnqavuIKI.-;;: PREPARATORYiDEPARTMENT.neighborhoodfnV I
sents an astonlshiar amount EngrsrpgeofYariouk1ndiaJ pf the public press; and;above all,in the flat. mont and nice can be shown,'bat*tbe d1 ,.
of tiM& '
tioB, snd texcit tie- wonder Raia-n how. shall aotbd forgot n. ;paUhe PPir tball Losing encouragement and cordial approbation 'of The Blarriea. Woman'* Private 'MedicalCompanion.1' :.Tbipr ij bJ t t'the Preparat It Schoot f'ac001iDts.'ttri sI the>uoithlycaW'
5--
!.*U its detail;,it.fomld have Ia be allowed to dege erab Into a mere show bill ever to our numerous%ADY. 'READERS' < in every. ,seoUonoJtlw S 1,1: .; io 'J is to prepare young mon'for.COllege: but.tho doomed importaa.*(the.adiastj$ent pftsipltt Ustaffoffioeri

aoeoont'of the AnabsptiMeotiostthe Jtetbrma- be looked at for a moment,and then tossed. to.,the. ''Pecoriedee1gn-and country. = 'character-> 'of the- U. By S. T+>_",,A',fj.MjEAyajcKAVf' 'Prof- ,-rl'tWVJt, d14.' n.S tt-.. course ofsbrdy il.lUe1 which as $meet the wants of tile or 19 their wWowa Pwi n.harfiig
author has availed himself Ihtlnforma- children playwith '-- -- OIllZ i '.J 1 theynreloeated'and I ic claim pending before -f Pen
of .1bt1u.u.
..Teuentlr!abtained.; And the fcUtetfiof the ,* Otir CJinetilbtiloii.c tOfore5tabj.414lrom'tbOlO'Ot.&ny1lO1I"IP&per here Iii :'i '-f; .S iWt. :,llY f :.' qualify .students.for the Ordinary occupations of sions'and not'11ow d-ltbrC.n& 6ft"'cte saty

rae BamtisU, iswlodug an actwanlj of their ; gage Tboeontouta are Atted t In-L ''Sixth'EdUton;'18 o.' p.25' ,'Prlee$1 ii 11* Iife.4S, .f," r rr-' evidence,although service may hafe,I i1erf
Dor Original Contributor* are the Atrraossj pie attentioQ r be&D of'business and'be. f. ..'The school fallU Tt lclnJtjVf Colleger'contbaeaunder
; fa
or ell when U&
: 000 or case* <'J'qU 11onQrt pf
labors their'imprisonment*,'aDd th a copiW"8dLi : THBXB" : < pe'isioaclain
f riJI..I" SOnTQe.Orelegant ) of )iZ
MOUTHS '
I AMERICA., JWe always told,ourselves ready. inaLruction end ininvtalnnren the direction of M .
to iW.t.T ;DayU
to worth theMt the whole,olm$ 1'' j to the domutlo ? ; an"'a.b1q d.ha*not been granted fotwmnt of j .
j purchase; article*,;offered to us, at a price j 4resId 1I4 family tirel and ItattrtetlonSof "I"'A oPt 1"' -* > : Teacher '
+* proportioned coTahines the --i. )14' It | rEARS and rapcessfol sndmyow.4mscdla,; \O such aacsevideneo-- -nowJ> obUfaej: tt.
;, $trt Vtivar&H;; Cmumcts. .Wi ij&ivf looked I to their merits. Bat.author* whose,writIngs -: striking 1)4 novel the: of rafferiaftf physical-'and lI ntai11. nperyiMon sjc M stit reliable ;fa tire enaUialndetitofmentoirloiu
"5ith 'the v- sai
enr this work,wttU Interest. It be. ,** SUc mark are of a ridiculously exaggerated and immoral higher ewspaper W. more'a.bldlb In 8ta'ottho' -" i angufsh'to marry an''affectionate'-wife,1 and : )its sessions a.n&ea11ons t are,tha- sarnaa+ those elalm*;tadtoaogtnentatlotftf penai ?jteiiefall

O('laberrffhe.matin.herein* Vod'e eotl14 character,may save themselves and us the trouble' folio:form, anlllargo.911'tfiui dl.ea1t.It'! Ia.pmte4,tit'tho pecuniary difficulties:to..the husband.might hare of the College: proper-The coat of board.;,&o, fca allowance of service. ,Communicatlsnt.oi itmtin .

,bar.collected oly by year*'of j|! pIfoL ef sending.them,.for examination,, IThaPosti:' t.1Pt'.bta.ln upre"7fott.h; rio Jl&1WIIt' )101rdear been spared by1 a timely possegsien'f this work. '1 little leg than student College pays..' r, ':: "3a ffl>4bepoio)paldj Le4t r* af tacfdry vi# receive 'r

!uwI3ostoxp D.uLT.'T U&-n ".: wpe- jamOy paper-rand no article, pot calculated tpnter ii,hi lti'Who1er arrangement Dd pu 'nd Trul.Y. knowledge is eer.IL, ,i*health, i hap-, -" Boarding and lodging iA'privatel miflestnolii- a"ttealk>n; Kb eharge wmj" tsf**) .Jjwew
UllaCeret to Baptist, itewnolfallpfcomaiand.thtThe the family circle. caWdktc4 fatorable specimen 0'the best :det&1L .Cst pin!ss BUJUCUl*). -'- /J"; ding atyneoesiary xpense,'1Q per mouthy evidence isfuc abc d'or'claliM'W slfW'eWab.lisned. .
t'o
attention >f all Inquirers info''loM WghfteneeoUoas uLrnnl,-, (. 11 'I Mo".1I" 'It1q f"1 : ottbCOUD .. 'In alditIon-4o t1JiOgrap 1leeo 'kill Th,1roVelat1onscoMatIiettu Ithpgebha'TO |,TiuUonW. eaIonfrforCIaBaicaI.8tui54entB -, < *', tjt Rt** '* rALBXANIWH'ilATi s.' :

fact sad neat phil bbiet.o1'..ITh h1.to'1 ,'r- ':;a2hrns.:r f" '.' ,;. :-d, .of lta; v- 'ftiunuio-peculiarities.siti;err. "in.o I' jprovod'a.blegsiiig-'to .thb aaDdl,as the fammtrabfeletteri ,',.i,..g&t_ f" 't "'i 11*,'.. ,, 82000*I : .Agency1 Office,wixtdoohto'ihcrfti QJfMt
.sC4hbt 45fl01111415fl I 11 1uIiieIaie4wt& & ri3iBiiermberswi3rreuraintho eWAl'l"cu. ,. .J11 'ene*to.the 'Cer.' received' the author will r tt: it"ii 1E; ;lI -.iji M-*
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