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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: February 8, 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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.. ;jd9&' '& 'VFLQDWEMPEUANOE. ( 3CONFEREN., > f. .;:t Z'rkrtflhjI..t' ...' .IB-th*.THalvfIrtslk .."j" ny was;obsctifcd to look anxiOusly*roaM was no i fo .Ufl.nte on' ,tb. Jv..tt :1aarltston. trouU.be.unitedipbJit.ivoiiItl! &'.lOO.v,tb
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.l v. $0' PatH -jui the,court, asif; ;Jn search_of some particular? Mercury.7A i t.r .J.rr' at happiness vrcatlf jit nM 31alhiWal-rt IT
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'disappointed, do not listen Ibo 1Pieelt.l; do. [iSo'f.\M.1f
,.. :,' '.. .'_.."ill1'>" ain.j, ( {V d heI4,.ia adopted.Theauvill for the,,government..IoUowln of l.re said Institution 1aUoDl.were 'r."41% ;;very- {'originataffair"iaiu: J i'layin l I4t'ciIpbIlE1'to'aniibutide; that'iEi the 'ftl 'r (.P..r4te. ,_ V, ,2.1J- beabtifulistjjdcanet fMA : eYiUebTa )

g ltl:1M ., I Y xA .I" V i '.neeebo1asUo year to eoudit ef on term, down the .Tfibune 10f t. ''d",1"1'; "- .-S absence of its"principal witness the Crowrt L7aIaSt.dJrft S 11a, Cowritr' ttn EttUii.. She is a hapbjrg,rlL How. mi ;i iai.tha; $

; of tea months, and close the' first Thursday. December "Whatiethatr Mkedmy'onn... would firstiLreaortto.otWteTideoce.HAadmeagre : ; Dayou know Chantillyl i In the firrt daysof white: aishnwt wiawl.'on her. nuppiin

Awkr. rIubliedVin: Quincy. ,Fla.'. of each'year.. "I refer to that neiie in the trial' Smith enough.was.S that evidence" to aHinthq JastanjoHM yielding to tbf inVriatldnpf a dress! Her brcthfr! be'ilathilda 'alao-look. :.well U{

-11 II V4''<: i, V RATES, ." UITION.Orthography I OBrien\vheri; 'Dobbyn,!'the'Irish' net etin, crowded" court. Every thing manifestly dear friend,'who had made 'me"promise' tocome !i\ youA coquetry twill, kiMathiUa *. ia

:.. B lt t t7fAI3AUttTh J 'writing- and arithmetic I, is proved a:perjurer by the unexpected tertimony t:1ftho; principal witness,' the 'III- -and pay Ua a visifc at his cp*ntrjr- you'idb<4 lw mel Tiof
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fl '4i .- '' per tertn, $16;,the reading Above, ;withED, 1f8h grammar ;of Mr f AltO. Al .the drcnmstances /orm;' t his upeedy appearance seat, I |WOk the stage lor.ChantiIl1.t was the young arfJet.was complete it i ipraiseiK -ugp.s7e4

THE tPropmtarjif tb&'Qu D 1J Times,under and geography '>J the above."'with'the higbei1 Connected with the'aflEiir-ithe"'yisil of D1 Alton the/prispder.woulddoubtlesa be entitled toad. Sunday morning and when I arrivedXl found :. most.a4uinebopes.; An.tlrCJ1'a.
the repealed HoIicfiUtions i of his patrons, who are branches of an English education, embracing nat- at the Freeman; ;office; the hasty and 'she* acquittal,'; At last,,the Crown officer finished the' who'e family tad ewe' to. maw.." The :comp i iif uteil,flatter. Lt on evcr. ) s ;
mostJ.1'com])pni< .:; mong''tho fnends of Temperance oral, mental and moral philosophy, rhetoric, logic cessful measures instantly taken to bring hiM his other evidence, and .arainr peered arixlously church! 'was !near by, and instead*of waiting never had he'ff!:|
,AgricuHuwVin.l other iuduatrial' interests of botany chemistrygeologY.b :\ : into'court the cmehingpow r', f'1YJton'8 ahput the court: This time his' face I.went to join them; V ,. SPoor AnjreliTJttle uid hft,8. t the
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Society, has rdcitnmncJl to devote his Journal and political economy $30;the above, with latin with IJ''J ; (; t 'rr
morocxclutivtly' (t.the oljocU indicated by the ,French- Greek, algebra, geonje try1 mensura testimony, and the complete unmasking lighted satisfaction. VV j;I haij,scarcely! gone in, when ;o ray grefljt 'Jove with ".wbfrhMath'li4s beauty 8111l:itilS7..V3knTancher' -

. DOW title he hat sroanod. thin, &c., $36; muaic,.on piano.extrat?940; Dobbyn.would seem to make:'the whole asan 'PbeliIDR' .", 1.. .,. surprise,,the naeloiliniis rounds of an organ en' *1dI.L'. II '. .. ,. : """J]:
The Editor h b:consented to make this changenot drawing and painting, extra, $23; use of piano; interference br Providen e, if aU'thcAe ; :-"Pheljml" crieLj alamt.smotbered! : voiceupon ", struck my cars.ri5a 'lenor'IroIcV.Tpfmcxjt lied '...I BWb rJT(ppmttl.J. ,.1,1"Jlel.IU.?.'.IQC Jaw rl
BO much luithT. expectation; of pecuniary per term1; for wood, per term, $1. One half things had not so unaccountably i in the"ppposjte side of the room. iui itesweetnesehegan td'ehant ee1i l Jw6ir ad.Jr 'hint1iftattrrng J iTo 1
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J gain as with the (b.pe exertine &salutary moral the tttitioa to be jc'd !n adiauc, the other half "Silen there in'the"court!! shouted the i' t
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influence UUouinbnt'onr crowing State,in ro the firt of Jaty.. S the fireat result.11The S '. a-fnllnessof tone,' a per: 'ntj' 1nlmis iiiu )
Sheriff
prd to IlUbjee wjuih hi holds, of all others, to rmni'to Whom said this, was angrily; .v.q fection of owiM!, which; iconldnpt describe viscount was I loojting at Mathilda. .Alnne

lie ofparamoidtttoptrtfince.The BOARD or INST VCTJON.. a grey-headed refugee from Ireland since the But there was no silence in Mary'Donovan1 These accents expressed, in its niioat7p: ; the gossips of, ,CtjintjlIynoticeil ftpm that

rleulture cause ofpTotaiiera hmo in ice ; the in all interest its relations of Ag- Mr. William Hunt, principal .of' male department great rebellion"Ninety-B'ght.1'He'paused *.heart.. ,.., cal l acceptation, the words of thc'A g-ritu ZV/) day{he freo.ueu.t-vuits: .fr i/Trfis,J ft tu.iL y
; and luatry Rev. 6. A. Mallett assistant of male' "I see it now-those fifty golden guineas! and when the voice exclaimed ,ot i ** neighbolubourg.,
and varieties-*riUh6: thai i objects to which tho attention ; a few moments and then replied in a Voice. nMfr r* $& p to n :It & (
.of thapnp5ir, wi1I 1 be principally directed; department; Rev. R.- H. Lnekcy principal of trembling with age and strong feeling."I : Ah, they have made Phelim Reeney an I it reached a. ?lirrieun, which no longer k" .Andre was u!awa o 01 tluUo And bow

and as connect .] with 11?so interests,and as bear- female of department female department.; Miss Mary Board Ann Potter be obtained assistant : dare not trust myself to speak' of the former,but they shall never' make. me -I' Loi'Iedtoearli!. ,V ? .'' could he have helnl' bf.'it' ) .si.1t i.trui

ing upon t cm.1an4u! influencing them, a review in private families in the village may, washing trial of O'Brien, for it reminds me of the daysof wife." i The chant had ceased; the last :'notes,l'of future that at lafiJjkras: smUiuglupon Lime

of will foreign not be alTo O\Tfoo'Jtd ii', of'oreign; : and domestic markets, and lights included, from ,8 to 10 dollars per Fitzgerald and Emmet. But there is one The Informer, felt the moist, yet flashing the organ had died 'away, under the 'arch; started early in tmouiiig.: 'Jill ejunqftume

The iinprtcqe 'hO obJects and the aid month. : Tho Board of Trustees have, in course incident of those times, which I can' mention eye of Mary Donovan burning into his brain, and still I stood there; deliciously! 'moved. titc.at, .night. if< (.he ha
which a. well : I ITl)4to4 nows per could afford of erection', two brick houses, with two rooms in with more calmness. Your remark' suggested and he shivered with terror; but the voice of Unfortunately, this emotion did not last long; ,.one evening I wM seq enttf g,.T

them, are que44nw1iih could not be fully dill- each accommodate largo and, comfortably commodious, ,150 and students.will be able The to it. I will tell you of a Providential inter- the prosecuting attorney soon restored self- for the service being over, I was joined by )-, a smile;apoi. Ju's) .Jipts.liia hear)'|)eatng

purpose cussed in to A ciplam jlio':.i-nd yf fUJswrt nforcc; but them it will in articles be our houses will be omplcted by the let day February : ference, this time successful, in a trial of posscesion: and he coolly testified as follows: the family whom I had come to visit. After with joy lit*wa )(ringing Jo MathiJ4sJa rhe

original and UeVM. vjiich may Appear in our next. The Flctchero Institute is under the control somewhat similar character. The actors He had disguised i himself, and joined the the first compliments, Mrn .0- --- having t the.two liund franc req ire t-.aion y

column'. 1. :i I I of the Florida Conference, of the M. E church were obscure, and are now forgotten by all, Rebels in their great'meeting on'the night bf taken my arm, we walked back to her twice earned, I t4re you; teasure.1Ix'i4
t south, and located one half mile from Thoinas- i
The Editor of TTnjiirERA\CK ADVOCATE will ville, On. 'From tho proverbial healthiness of the except the few who then stood in the'court I the first rising. He had especially marked hou.:e. V suffering and prtration lie-- ( p.tl i.t1if

not The in events any degree of tb interfere,; ] 'passing with party occurrences politics.of : place, and the well known ability and snceesu, room,'and saw the heroism of a poor servant the prisoner at the bar,as the seeming leader, UI did not expect t" said I taker -"tohear house deserted. Mathilua had dis\Pfcar.

the;week ho' w l1'\btktr.y.tLje with as mnch truth and as experienced teachers, of the Board of Instruction girl, trampling upon her.own. love for the and the one under whose direction the whole such good music in coming' here.!* 'lAhw! ,1\! M i f.

impartiality, tkCtfttuiie of tho cose will admit. selected by the Trustees we' hope to.share sake of truth and justice in the cause of Ire body a ted. He heard this prisoner utter she replied, with a sad smile you have i At th'g moment we liaJ reached the: ,gate
liberal from
lie believes: him".lJulelfree| from all party bias, a patronage abroad. land. They never can' forget it.All that I words, and saw him 'do "acts of treason on i heard the poor Andre Well! tell ,meY does of Madam : D'sit1.\. II"-'. -"..I.J

of and hij he will ealarn.'J'.tuujl. 4lli.il to preserve the columns H. WlSHAKPE; ; ,Sect | P. P. SMITH, Prcs. did not at that time Understand in.the affair, that night. This was the substance of hisestimonY1 not his voice excite in you the most painful "Eloped with Afctfe VHlcblanchel"! said I,

paer.The Editor propels;: It enlarge very considerably V afterwards learned by inquiry of others and.! dear.full, and direct'was feeling t.Such is the impression it.has BJIOQ abandoning tho arfiVofjny cdro|'nn&>nn
HOARD OF TRUSTEES.
his paper frouvlt)] resent size, and'to make S so strong was the interest that humble heroine it throughout, that every one iSaw, hatjthe me, whenever I hear .thi poor.idfotj'- V 'fUndaubtcdly! I*:,has he'knrsiaceMathildahasmadiherdebut < ::
other iDl : tho patronage offered REV. P. P. SMITH, ,President.REV. made within me." S prisoner's life 'was hanging on the :words U What! this admirable sing,.this Andre".r 'J 'fj r.t teo.'i)

authorize o\"cmcr-gQ| i H. W. SHARPE Sect. Late on Hallowmas Evea man from this 'Inlo mer's lips. The Crown lawyers ". ,' a :young artist who lost his reason "How! she has dared to enter.f a theatre!
Terms 'dollars young
\ of. if not aid in per advance.annumin WM. PONDER, Esq.'Tfeas. S and girl were sitting together in the servants1 skillfully pumped him of everything; about twoyears: ago. His is a ,sad :story; 'You have..heard. .. er.nnny-a time' filathlCan -
I I REV. R. H. LVCKEY.' room of an Irish country-seat. The latter and found that he had done full justice to but lean teJJ it to,vou.in. a. few wordst and iIdaMlis.t V .m'! 9 f

.E\&Ut1tPAPER. REV. VV. W. GRIFHN.' was a fair' and buxom lass known far and his training. V V to..b gmt look at. that storo!oa the right- "; it be "li. :: 1e't 'Hut'! ''fcJve: Is not.

REV. G7 MAIJLETT.., V near as, "pretty 'Mary Donovan." She had The first question' oh the cross examination there!" "' 'K aware, then,!of fortune; she liAs-cans!

Will bt pvllifti .'''ifrft*?Ifi\ffy9 York. at 116 Naesausj9yV REV. IRA L. POTTER. an'honest face too, where the very 'heart I was in regard to the'time of this aft ir. .'followed the direction :W whJfh she ed.'. '' : 'LVt' J : ..>fi,.

JAMES KIRKSET, Esq. seemed looking forth, and one for whose real Phelim appeared somewhat uneasy, and replied po'uted- and perceived. one. of tt6J.shops, "She knows it ry/wett.: :She bfpbablj

TIlE. ROiI:F" .\:4 I& READY. S Capt. DANL. BIRD, Sen. nobility a man might pledge his life. At the in a very low tone. ,. FO common! in the country and where are imagines that she lis forgotten. ,tG".)-)(.1 I

"ccBeing \f n 11..4KB ME.II ((03-The school will open the first Monday in moment, it was clouded with anxiety and "Louder!"cried one of the judges."It thronged together samples of all sorts of industry "AidAndrei" &:.V o S '*&

the vero4in&" cheapest newspaper at February.. timid love. was the night before the-rasing-Hat- : groceries, paints'thread,and needles, "Andre recogniz:ino on ; t 1lttt the) idiocy

the lowest pricuJ)ULrlOiy Very near her, sat a young man with one lowmas Eve." pipes, guns, shot'gingerbread, sugar-plums, of the poor child i isimild ; he spends most -of

ONE DOLLi.,R.,; ,.Y., 'tEAR, payable in ad- BRITISH PERIODICAL' LITERATURE. of' those false, handsome faces, that we occasionally "No! it was not on Hallowmas Eve!" exclaimed etc., etc Mm. Dwent on s" his time in the wood\always aloiip Every

WT* meet, and always'look a Mary ,Donovan rising with an uncontrollable "About three yean ago thU shop was still Sunday, at the firsttnll of the bell,.you j can
This paper wiUbe5fo every Saturday on a VAt .ABLE PREMIUMS TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS! upon impulse. "Phelim! inhabited old named see him hastening jtovranls) lbs church hd
bandsomo eboct: ith:'ti elegantly engraved title, second time. .His glossy hairwas elaborately you are not by a good man Dnbourg,
representing Geniraiukylur; on horseback at Subscribe early while the tertntare low curled, and his eye hard and bright like even an Informer' :you arc perjured!" and'hid daughter Mathilda! one of the fe/fes goes up to the orgai THE BATTL1:<$F'UT7ENA' VISTA. jet, was marked with insincerity. His whole There Was 'dead' silence'' for one instant, of the town, and certainly one of :the great I You tiiheat4 tbe'lAgJiUI Dei

It will also bo iSaffrixtM generally with handsome appearance was, as I hare just said handsome and then the prisoner's counsel spoke''sharp est coouettes.M I In the duets, he sinrj I the tenor'oajyy aihd

engravings,rjpmiMaUng' the battle scenes of REPUBLICAT1ON-, and false. Had the girl whom ly- '- Dubourg had no other, pride than his when comes the turu-.f tbdlOpT4' rac.
young
the It 1'a.r..will&MVOC&4 0. 'nl j ; Jl Jaans:!. and support the THE LONDON QUABTEHLT REVIEW, he was so earnestly addressing been a pby- "WhaTs.t this_ Let- that. ,girl come to the daughter. He Wag' proud of her eighteen I II companies with solwihnJe, ami >liateo >,lM

nomination; of .;..j'f; \, THE EDINBURGH REVIEW; iognomist, she would never have listened c witness *tahd.t I years of her graceful and slender waist,1 giously. Ihthinlaie hettrs.hit betrothed

'_ 'NERALt. AQAY; TAYLOR AS V THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW, to his words, and as it was, her whole'manner I Pale out hot trembling, she took the place her large.blue eyes,. and of her charming Sometimes he enco iugea" her-he speaks to
WESTMINSTER REVIEW where Phelim had 'stood J No tell the brilliant her-he smiles to (r-"
i'1tlpENT. THE ,was wavering, distrustful, yet tender. jast I voce. one can destiny, .
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ol4.Rh S AND "PhelinV'.yon know that I love' fend "You say it was not on Hallowmas Eve- which! the happy .father.dreamt pf, .for Jus Poof Andre. !. L fT1': '
It will for and Ready, yon 1-: 'U'
party r
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V tell all know." child. Nevertheless 'Andre ;he isthildaBoow be r Of 4Ua
or no ptyar4f4 tlccrybcetmaimthe BLACKWOOD'I EDINBURGH MAGAZINE oh?that I could trust ye too. If I could shut you darling was uuppsar'rat .
United talks to be Ir jtnt. my eyes while ye talk tome,I'd wait no longer 5- She fixed her eyes on.her lover, and kept favorably reeeired;'wb n' the 'youngartist 74i" :'. ,'PJ4 It. 1r.." )
It !rtreaoat si] f!>dtt.i s. and incidents often r" but give the world at once but whenever hem there; steadily until she had,' bea. presented himself to give singing lessons to V V 'T VV : ;1 "usi
ye ; From the iiwitr d
the war the fortn received in JT The:above periOdicals! are reprinted tn, New JV. Y.t, Eisqsver-::
as ] i r& ., ew I Hem No one.questioned or 'interrupted, her in the Mathilda. .
be
1ook.Jn.yonreye; { to
Jr York; immediately their arrivml, British 'You !
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by 'Te.l.
Yoi-k lq fm t1e4 u. State.
It wiil-WJ ruminr rih,anecdotes stories, $tamers,,in A beautiful clear iyp,,on fine.white talking only wit> your lips and HO I turn course of her broken testimony. '"A few words of .ndre. He was the son -.
?xclting 'adyentiin i,ificl 'It will also tell all tim papor, and are"faithful copies of..tbe'oHginals, away from .tbe,face I ,OUld love to,lookupon. "Never would,1:be standing in this, place, of a respectable farmer of VtDe iJ,-a*'village 7b the. Edloys of Mosener'asd c.1"nmT.J :
pewB of tho: week Ifiign aDd domest1'. It will .ilackwood's Magasine being a 'ha -!lmlleof. ." your Honors if,the false oath and the black a'mile and a h Jf"distant:' m'Chantilly:- ':"} 1 AKt 'JnE: ff "Ths Ci-rl !

le A CHEAT 14Jt m all' recpecU btkfor .the Edinburgh edition., /They'embrace the VI understand .Mary, Donovan said word had'nt .come.'from" the lips.of Phelimleenejv' Andre intended.bjmself for lhe'minietry,rbut TED'SrArrSTo..fu.f't:07.. "-"') ;'"
view of the three ye, \
in
city Nta ottntry *siwafibcn. great parties EngIand.TOry '
4It b ezpocted to 3 iajtetLe largest circulation. ,..Whig and Radical. ,'B1ackwoo4" and the 'helim bitterly; and because the face I was Never would rOpeD my mouth to until he,was old enough toenter'a, seminary. 'Thig" vs"1be'ca1d2h t'aai- .til t f
ony'paporin the Uu-/jn., Every man friendly tot 'London Quarterly"',are Tory; the "Edinburgh born withdon't suit ye you think I am trying condemn the man I l love best,, .'he' 'himself. iU parents i sent him to 'the kind 'curate of ecently appeared.itf-:.i bur' paper; :copie VI

be elootion oTGeneiTaylor will subscribe for Review"Whignd the "Westminster Review" to cheat. It's no use to fool around bad not compelled me to//do.it. "hantiliy,' who had become attached to him, b 1 lievefrom! a' "Sdathrn. newspaper.',,I.do
iU It will be sold;byjtiiooaanda all over the conn- Radical.The"North 'British Review" la more longer. I'll to ,the mountains and ye V "This 'man ,was once'my lover,before he i and insisted upon taking charge of his educa- Dot)" intend 'to.finf (rJ.? :JaUe;.6f'tOJ'1 '
any go '
of character ,
been
,try. Every poslmaefc-, who expects to be re-ap- a religions ,.baying originally ,
tiolntod.will act at hgpnt and procure Bntecribers. edited by Dr. Chalmers;and now, since bin death, join the fighting;Boys to-morrow." sold his country and me', too, with'it. .And th n. 4.. he.article; or tLe:suesonsnnein .
.The fact is, "THEs llOUGll AND HEADY" being conducted by his son-in-law Dr. Ilanna "Not because I sent ye there! exclaimed V the Very,night,that< he': first spoke his falsewo'ids oil -'Nowamongothcrdarlingp dadilloe, the ) the contrary, I' feiflk f theni will>iithafoIthe'de1ss441zost

wiQ be the rccogniietVme 'without check, was this' ineHalloWmas worthy en rate had'that of r being passionate- and*extremelyjud !9a3/i''Pfaniing: ; :!cotRia

Taylor, who are in far lor his being nominated character,_ U.bf the very highest'order.. and I'll never, again.! EveJ when'be' we r he was up !ly fond ot music; be even played UM fiddle hiinet

"and *r' P ICES (-IP SUBSCRIBED roa'E iLT.) A his in the mountains, disguised ,as,:one" of:the in avery creditable' manner ;for a : iarson. which'! 'have recenuj" o ii realized,'one might
V. ELECTED THE PEOPLE V and of that at the bar. We talked I He had beartf therefore would cau5 1 'to :
;. : "H the 4 face, as he saw.the effect of his words in this prisoner nothing1-mpreat: sappos beabanionedto3
Let every well-wisher of- 'the ,country send his for For Anyone two, fire of dollars, ,for reviews,three$3 per, annum dollars -; the first sign of triumph, and be perseveredso till two in the bight-.do ye'deny it? Look : than to insiiiBate d little violin in the eduea- very large:extent; thuio'ti)1 esi tion- and;!

dollar, forthwith to *OJT' ?j any; for all four of the reviews any,-eight dollars seven for cleverly that in a few minutes they were ben at this, which I take f fom JDy'.boiom for ion.of his pupil;'bat one day that the child'1 have no doubt it wo ild be'/were It not forth?

WIL KI JTftsgau-street" & CO.,Publishers New York., lackwood's Magazine, three dollars; for Black- betrothed and he had won the first ripe kiss the last 6 eis. Jock of,I'your hair,V ria'p- was attar king a amaZe of Viottf, Ml became difficulty offurmsbJj g&n ploy meat,:for Jbor

wood and three reviews, nine dollars; for Black- from her.dainty lips. Then, followed. the interchange pod in" a paper -and ye've. written on that so amazed at the boldness of hi- playing and I which proniilwd :'.beUeir returns :It"Wer'f ,

Price 3 cents, ningiey a large profit allowed to wood and the four reviews, ton dollars per annum. oft Jove, tokens.,usual among the paper theeeirdswith' yer9wn.bandV his musical dispositions, that he instantly re- ore'behooves o"f'fronds"pf the "''outh..jo

agent. who buy in qn&titics. PajfnienUt to It made t* ail cases i*advance. Irish peasantry. They'could only'exchangeocks Phelim Reeney aired to. Andre's parents and would not cast about.Wit ut df&y'i:and earnestly puin

1 proepectuj%* Every,shall Mnntm reuelJte. paw"The!, who Rough will&print Ready this 'FREMIUMS. of-: hair, for 'they''had nothing else to S to leave. them before they bal consented requisition:their i bitn; res' for t dfrcofery

gratzt. ., give .t 7 VS Mary Donovan, allow their ran..to embrace the. career of an .of iew .products from.Jh e spil. l and
3J Consisting of back volumes of the following Vanable artist.- V ., : new occupations for libxir; tIi e'.rates'. t.oom.tion
V "Write on theraper Around it the date of 11 o'clock, Hallowmas Eve. 'S . .
works vis' "
Hentley'a the Me- :
Miscellany
The Coafc SUamcn.. tropoiltan'MagaxJne; the Dublin University; Magazine he blessed' night, Phelim, and,it will be twice, Take the i paper and 'the' hair,"sir 'twill j uTh good people.who already'saw their pens for.which fl\ay, Be beyqndthe'.conrrol .-
FrtIieinorinat4iof* f -* ; BUckwood'aMafufM; tb* London be as precious to me"Soh&di4and into hand Aodre.-a cross in his hand, and a bishop'shat oft tbeBntjsli'moBetarY s'ystem.J.'. n'iL< *
'" never come my again
our travelling.read- Edinburgh,the Foreign Quarterly,aadthe Westminster ;; Mary 'placed" it carefully 'of that on hi* head, for :a long time hesitated ._ ;jMy objectfrEitnrJie! introduce, to
"I the 'Tfc' *
&'nt
shak1Jg guilty man as *
.ers'we: state, the fa)?, of .departure,.&C., ofthecoastEtcamerLh. or Reviews.to'one, of Any the one Reviews subscribing, atSttolUra to Blackwood a- next to his heart.' V 1, good'proof of my oath Ab;I'helim, I:see and finally gave their!consent, only fofefear friend heirfkind>Hon.Jwf1o"attenUoo izf1 {o- tejji, care I my
the ow
jj,. < year, or to any two of the periodicals at 5 dollars, They then began to talk of more serious tow where the fifty gold'guineas came froiiS, disobliging so worthy man.as., fheif cnate. ;
will receive, gratis, ONE volume Many of the matters, Bothwere but hopeful and .-.'Thanks therefore Id the protection pf on his wyteSam1imaGe rgianudAIa.;
The steamship. $abd, carrying the.U.S, premiums poor but did ye think at the time what ye gate-in
.' lis Ai.dre entered : 'C ama-: engaged idltfn renterpriseuicbic&jl!
above lU. -Ainbieriberto any three ready to wait for some sudden turn of odd for 1hat bribe! "t '":e . .mall! sails,regularly:,/om.Charleston for Hay pf the periodical at 7.dollars a year or,to the-4 ortune, which they fondly dreamed'might exchange:',"Thw Lull that I tn w/aiitloo! it too 0titorrieniiaBteadiOf entering the Seminary saylhe least ml it'f.fa ihvelf and. cnimol-flte
n
1ia on the.lit. ak4 I5th of each reviews 8 dollarsi1will receive TWO promh.myea.mea' ?The r\istr-v. ipjd otherwise thafcintarestin to', ..owners!afT'
month above %A sub -to-i: *ckwood come at any'time. This discussipii of ways, much formeJto'-r": !. for it'strikes'dowrt them young ; twenty years i ,
(receiving :; bassengere from Saran- and three reviews at,9 dollars a year, or to Use means and aU impracticable project* earned i, I love. .Phehm' wby :did Iyofit l6all and had Almost!! terminated his studies,, when the sv fabrab1W.

nah .at. TY CC. aJfldS. touching,.at. Key'Wejatj.Tla. 4 review' and Black wood, at 10 dollar. ., will reoeiv hem far .into, the night, so far, indeed, that ihis1' Anxhoar ago :ana (: < aaujirpmIum.oIrnes. Phelim lover thourh he seen fotJiYe'years ya about time, desired 'LT 'I t..1 "j, ,111 f d',11
.), he'.ifwla, from Havana, ,for ,; really'D-g yawned tempted: to: eK hanefacesthatman 'with that he Mr. .Smithy 'whilst}.abroa .has'devotednorneyearsof'hwiliftf'in
r :sawr.MatbUdaiibecamo
(&- -Pleate be particular ***&mi etlpnmi- sleepily he took hTs candle, : ,I at the bar, but vow thete' nothing : : acquainted
Charleston on. the',.th i and 22d of attired and the work with her and lo'red.ber. <, athA
every tuna natcnbtd Jaf.Four V :"Good nieht-Mary dear, and don't forget ye wouWntl!giveto; be'this prisoner yowr- pasBipnately, .For, obtaining!
-month. V j *: S j"1tJ 'Lv iING.i. HalIowmasEve2' . erfhe forgotmusic,his onlfpassion'tillthen rough knowledge! ofb 'Ted Plants After
$ Ii. t. S S 1ef I'Ye'll':bed *pieiI, 'an* cur off from '
'' The stcainer eJ ieaves : ,. ., 'J' ",A5b pheUm8be replied uril! remember ; and renphncing the sneceif that awaited much labor.-J'ftbeQt-i invt ttration, and exper"-
'Chef buf 'can 'feel
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.Savannah for :
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of 'all among !
any of the above ; Ii
copies ,
or works it L th." him in l'a,--pnetenided thja;he had flint eomt Ore cord.ts56a-Tthit a
Jf York d .alternate will be.t to'one address 'of the long enough fore jis more' ry.than li'shall find all my.weary. '
w : payment
yexy ,.Wednesday.A regular P :SoshVdidT' V {l S >K '' .nothing jnora,to learn ilheren nothing whayer. |- poftioif of the *VIpf %&ta t d.wrn ;
for three- the foartk for loved: Phelim bro.kemyheaxt.
subscription and'ye've -
beingjralis. 'lifet Y ;;
second steamer,&r thIs line will bei copy could not : trthers iconl tibuj tfasWel; adapted to
ready :, L Th ?n xt(:: brought tidingsta the inmates ." ". O.T .AJready.. e.ll i $ part /rom
-earl hPthe.prin&, that one will'l leave %*JVo pttt1JiUflit will be Riff*mere At above her tlie chlWre'.;:theN PTant'ks bysoilTe'athebb1eIbktmdtharxiund
of thai of .
T Hall- large. body ;
a: :, The oldgentleraan'!? stopped'hercf l>ut h s and'miseraDle' '7 .
Bavahnkh allowanee ii made. to dub, nor.will premiums in and I '"SM' i? tfi e efStence of a i oft; *
al Netrk had risen the.
every Wednesday. anvbase be furnished unless the peaSants during past night eyes were eloquent as he mused.n; ii<"< "
subscription'it iridsic -twnAndmlmad : 'betiil '0i'Jt 1 f'tW (f1iii
leacheFirCd'eGfnntry lMy g
Passage dadka5.. prclffi full to thtp1ishm,.withottrecourte to c mitte4j8itt8 e"<>tooC9ninflft in those 1; '! 'WeW1'.Baio: I inquiringly,- :> '; t' 'II. oItim two,poS n\tfrcottorf.friirmly? *ieiicirf'the
;iraes..of apprehension and resistance. Nor .!'In the course of bwi1kigOrht1iaiiss. A ywt,
f ,., V r a tong'Iife"Jiecoatinned,
The : = .i V '/ --e bellef'flhat 'Ws inadnMYTb
steamships yprpttTHer and SouthernerI when evening f .8OO1fp ge.t j
that'night's work.What earner U'gul |
with: V
didthiy'end "
1 have often;heard :the'outpouring of.true
between diarle EARLY,COPIM. ,,. s .., his to tboiir at d u'eted'\1ri Cf that.fli lesutean
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ply. h and New. rk. Each is'ikn wn In historV as th '** : fatigue go
genius but never;did I; w such eloquence as 'and'8pei : tnies. ast'Etbrain
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tday of ailing adveed. After the 3d Magazine secures to us early.beoMof I with MattifldajTstened lo,
the&uther will be laid Tar rtall !in most. .fearful agita- when,she faced bert !oveiv>and>made him a every : BeeJii
| ap six that work, by which we" be aela to place S V Vefswectife nd tfien gailyt''returneclqr' Wi ;'lafteP 8 JefJ''l1 fef tnot1ntii ;

weeks.. ,r- ,$ >t !h' ?; .,. :; the; entire number in the hand of $otweriberV t- JJo9.'commented At last the.rebellion the "trials'of was'those'crusjiea leaders andthen criminalEven'the ifavd eyed-Judges.were '1 Jnaktng. U8aIa4t t'pioteea'/ the! tc3b'Ths.,1th: 400 p>mVfce8tareceivedt efly
fore any portion of it can be reprinted in any ol softenedby tbe!l ght. $?iib n)3
th4kJr
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"rf 'we:MCaWS1ip Cfofum w* 'sails.'regularly the American journal .For thtft ndfltlieT advantages who.'beetir't ttif.snAil wded0 the 'rl'*What became of heit?!Ti. W -,!! 7fAhllm'sis.a ;I tarerrfr J1f dwa ..f:3cn., 'h 'nb'Andre. \htf naa ihOngti BtaViedwrtli atipftaelifag all the zeal and
4ocured.4o .Pt 11\1' fear ,
purauba .
Jtb0t\ree.n sCatC1ot4Z&PhUa4e1p1zia] Day ti crs'we.p.y-$ court to_their -men.bronghttotrial; .; true incident and aunt 'i'a.n '. : Pi ;.
yoa of locat his Tea Plan
large a consideration: that we may bee ipelIo4 PO tn 'Ii'1. rviathildn1 spirit a younatiorfjn *
.*4vrtise1. '.:n .,.--.'UPrectdentlaliVote'.r' ;; i. I to raisq the price pf the magaslne. Jherefore and,-condemne .,alrao8tiflYariajry't9; .death.. not expect'the'ndiDg-of,a novel: siTheprisonttwas 'f" fdrin "bq-Jr "'teat.<'' ore.b th nT t' 1 iMo f.i Vnsh
.. repeat subscribe fan vhiiUhe ,ice itotef.licmitUncos ?' One of these leaders waV, of. great notoriety acquitted oJ crime: Reeney aaneredthe I g Y I inn' "L wiifi' .:i'P's ,
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: 1Ssa.e, U7j.turage.$8;' *nAe could Jfottflltfh 'tofsi dWIh St\CCjM UUI' 6p"I ea1'T. ticon
/. and ommnnieatioai shonld'be.'ilways tjnhe"1onifr'of.jjaland'wned rbJ8: '
V .S or to the r .Andre wtaj fcappj r Itds bir e;, *
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) trankeTId IVan t retired again(;herj8etvice' $forgotten. niltn'vtih1woI; tnefiaddness lil&if.(
In 1844. ... thUchi.wlUl proud..ofjbejpprligteaedto.V'HonihR ., km I
V- V N&'C.I' r0lP3.D and child,locked to the'>lacejf.trial .and ;ittrikno\sraoiHad JrelandJ then attained .:m: su c' wwbii fa M : i1'10.
OhlA.. ft1 J.ft f. .''J :t &1ie: '.W" 1"l7018.i,. I.I.J 79'Fn1f9-stre'jN i f.., .!. .. _h.rtel tb tbjs '/ paseJawy"thus;and.the_ young. ..ntidn.j.__ _" .. +_ ''_' ,tt. ,uV .,_. .. _.
,ye ho. r.1Io"g jt : :t : ejWitb caged
'I Tote J" : _, V y.-, fiome,' ,.J.sympaUfi patriot her l independeacfl youivfon Id.long;aidee have HisPc'butaiiot j-aalte'u.' hisnhidtoaSl' r: lietw'tat nto't'onsii1 rn.tiW .
t" 1fM'f1 6\1r rte 1t1r. ,,"N'U"H cUtel ill I"'", 18311.fi)2 :0 I ii:: NkTOllCE.' -- :-"l eco mM.-'parlncrtlilp'eMWoi :*1 ; wme. .to', "exult 'ovenis' fall; andjenrftaW'to seenbername5vntten;: invthe anijals'
'nY, 1i7, ,. tlitrlt; ;l I LIB ..11Iting.betwee the; uWrihcrj;'tndct the { 'e'the'rnkn'who 'name Had been. desperate firife ..aodj.notchateJieardiofaberoowi : Noiv mjborzomu5.: "F \ffJ.-an" 0 f Is m,.> ,wal.t: e "'aP; '

tt-t St te ;r.r :4OTr.f; :t ,,4b9J Ja1..r .'I IV .nnef Lfcwis ttJitfcJC I dissolved by mutual conseritr* "%.,aft .i r..bU \. children and albgrowtf mea (,{ Icsa wvh unb "V '".; -' 17 .C
; wanderer fr< ":Dw > ppydattd/Vi9i; iiuitmsf GCaDi ct,
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'.Mea '; FLORIDA REPUBLICAN ) .e G l'Dat.rIa1 c..tro'tenJ. .ore should be settledibt. "" m&dabctedd.haa'erejJi&ilUiept housed the rounds of the press: } | ;!

A Negro mane bcloncincto i Vi SAHCHM of ) ti'H' "A : A 4ie1Oe J General Asseafiuuiyflty / 1If l a :.if iOt; Up'hinSlf& he seen "A Taw WHIO DA17Q" !*.-Mi1Ja FilLmore

L Augustine, and hirti-toj:; 'l>pt Tno Thun4a). t"eb ftr t r A. -.I'buJ:1 h- U, It dd..C j d1 .to decide it. Y''R' "Steee the'!elwtioii Mr.j McClelland has Comptroller of th Sale of New York

LEDWITII of thb tow.i, d4 Matweek from J i'Ji'C'l atatemenL4P f-l e fQlDt nto the argument, 'I aq at* declared prttiefrKtl ;tKOTekh .and him- and Vice President elecVlat durhter A a

auffocation, produced by |(ebehriAg into his THE OcA M tfujj Tl sieamerr, >Which 'p .th ib S' nlRbft. lawyer on pro thisoecasiontut in* self' dvfced 'him most- -streiCTowa- .againstwriting scholar at the State Nor Il!: School at Alto _

windpipe or larynx a pieo (.of raf masticated was due here on s4yIastdu; not arrive' piration of Gov. MosELETt tfin of.o! brief manner express plainly what appearsto the Nicholson letter well& 'satisfiedthat man bany, who is qualifying be a teachWt .

Wtf| which weighed extracting wath it after.!. until one o'clock on Tuesday, owing to an' The facts id which these diflefeaces arise aVi' be the chief points. contended for by each. who voted if elected for him'North notwithstanding was his pledgestDthe&ut&beVbuId'nothaTe er of Common Schools/ :t: ; '
death f.MiHid
ont ounce wig was acciccnt._Tbt rudder partedjwrith_sternpost I ,forthAnd,Jiyeta 4lhey .Go_.1. ucUcbr-. Iiyecontrol ; vetoed theWilmot.PJoY And yet MILLARD Fnjfcjcto*; who is thn-
Most instantaneous, and tlfej cf,M was rot : here.c1eaily set ; over all matters whereihe rights i of

suspected until post mortyw elimination by when near Fernandina occasioning the arc.C 1alt ys, :fica ion,.lo rre e P.L individuals are concerned, :andvthat.be des Io." preparing his daughter |o jfcpr.jk .Republican

Dr;. Bra! & BALDWIN bve.h l the truth. delay necessary to make repairs.'Fortunately\ enabled to form an unbiassed opinion Tlie the honor of the office, there is a pecuniary As an appropriate appendage to the above missionary, was the can&fal, of a party_

The size of the fatal morif, trhch it. difficult we have the boat had taken the inward passage. whole difficulty turns simply upon th6-questiont right to wit-the salary and that the claim we add the following frank admission from which James K. Polk sy| nj' his messagt
reb'er to
such to .
is
examined as jhhOIi.COstittional
ftolTet derived all their fri
imagine bow it could passfarou h the narrow The Washington Union contains the ap- ; wh heFtK4 to atitu"h 1i I was- toJth wity uestion. On the other hand, Gov. Senator Dickinson, of New York, recentlywaartwdruiaaron.of print Ipei% EigUsh

opening of the g 'F'qJackO vjlk, pcintment*Dr CHAatt ,BraHEf as CoK $eediQLJht. eem&JhptLubernatoril BIrieibclfltttt1&tb tbC'6ffldd *a motion aristocracy : : _

1nrs. 'l.., }, .' lectot Customs ohMs port. ... .term, referred, to ,the,,.October of ChitfMagistsatttbS' Sttte,*and being print the resolnjion i ;bf. the New York Legis The flatter nre4e CAM..

GE:!. TAYLOR AMD }'A**u.4? hi:
nth Gazette, in publifthiig the !letter of Gen. Adjourned .i there were diflerences of opinion)upon ''thH of be the State,co-ordinate branch of the Government ever been able..obtain, of,,.that ge tlema ', PieMrfBdtleUdf PIii'P ,: .' _

Taylor, "heartily .accepUftlaf ;arc invitation of the Southern members Wu'he, as appointed J\-mib'i1 :Gel ;p.f ; mtd.a its merely a ..nrnannerhavin control .iti jf 11 ft\hela't'ery' : estionrDotwi\h.; from his wifeformeri/Faiy
pin
; .. and in | Kemble.
.., -
10 vsittl.at: city: (where ll% :11.nd a'day) on the '5244ult"We: briefly announced ... .u i' 'I' 'n''bf ral ( the
decision bas, f tbIChiefMagtrat t he has made.many.speeche*and offered cistingarall 'd '
first,.session,and as n.judicial standing tress eU a'tJi
on his v ay to Washing: 8ay : in our 'last' the tiflbjjtidn" r'Mr.CiLuo'S "t I" I e 01
,& We now understand t..1he', ;1ft expected "' we'believ'teettlrfMhet questrort-it Unwt city4e .z I4' rixi w; o.' rwglieptIer strings'bf resolutions,"dnd even accompanied much interest in all drdellt![ the North for
arid that %rtiif'
kep'ort: a- r ') [ t 01' eCJal, ...,.uc O. '?eoJlJ. ., "- .j 't ,1 J.
u ifil d : late
the
here about the 20th of Februarys His'{am.ilv. : ; 1) q1triotcppattp ising'Th 4G f1 \ Gov rnorsan4 ; Gen. Cass on. his i tour from several months past. '.Af4r
'h' t.J-t'tY 44quepfl .. n .Wlt t't\'O a protracted
in ef Co! B1& 'h"s} .. J" tJP'w9rd mt'f """ : i .r"j f"1i" 4',1J ...AflqS ye '
.
charge & supposed !
, ,1 f !, t yet no'GpyernbrJ Because all.acts'of.th Senate,Chamber to Detroit : hearing the court of Coma >h Pleas decided
take the Southern tog* lad wilt arrive mgbt properly describe a.Reiport 1 ; ,
:t I II before.the'Cener 1 at.! wore paramount ri&bt.to decide :rests rf.t.f ,.the._ present'.incumBentare'.illegalj::j ; 8ccording''to ''I.believe that Congress ban the powerto on the 20th ult.. that the ;j latter should
drawn
to Washington which \1"e have since learned was go
We"agree the opinions of the .General Assemblyandthe in New,Mexico California
J and
Judiciary: the General prohibit slavery to jury for trial. W
It is Iwtood
.
A later account than thpibo; e anhotmces of exercise any.Exe- ; that this
up as a. 'subtitut&bvr.'BzRRIx-ot. . in the1 Governor elect cannot and that it ought to exercise that P
prop* '
"
is
what
I. with bur correspondent Mr.
the of the PresAt ct. cufre daiies/not having possession of the I for all occasion Butler has i&1 contended
departure course diilinguiahing i : between the patriotitm th'e power now. am acting on fang
committing/ .! the,whote matter. to. ; seal of Staeor, the'recordeand ,of theExecutive.office. action arrives. I for. Public I
of motives of the two gentlemen, butt ety. ; papers when the proper time for am opinion a* 4 tie aft is of
liTCix'ro the
It is said that the peop!p 'a little former tribunal. It.is, of,course,' ontya coordinate ,, ; ,. opposed to anyjcourse which shall cast upon course divided, bat thea I't
the un v olekme r..ply between' the 'sectional and national 'should be. settldt 1 and j Pears to be a
place Stite The
lying among swamps department of the gosn- question others responsibility which properly be favorable
*'
at the confluence of the M SiP and Oh'c J| features. :of theJr respective ,rotto5.-! i menti'but.1modelled| 'as our systeWuj i 'after promptly, either..onewaypr the ,other;,for longs ourselves. '. most leaning tfu-di: i the t'weatt'rvessel"
I IHon.
keep three large pieces o Innrtcc ihonn'tediff I ; convenience .and. x edlency, the confirma in the suit. II
I
Mr. CALHOCJJ H 'seems, more ..parUcularlyi ,that.'i j
near the landing plac t ee the .chbl- the national organization, the .ae ..rp'i' of. tion of th6 decision of the Assembly 1845_ .We.suppose inasmuch' as the Presi- .
; tia-
1 era. jp .t: addresses himself. to South--Mr.., the Judiciary is- paramount .over.IQat- 01 would be best;.and.although be naed dential election is over, "the proper time for Hss r CUT, at (haiest account.

I BIES. to.theTJnion..ttie. either of .the other branches.. Besides,.theLgis1ative quesdbn' I;have';bafdly.'a doubt in my own action" has arrived.1, was sojourning in New, )[ rleans. While!

It w stated that the vo s:byj'vhich Gen. > .meeting .on.the'22J, Mr..KING, bl branch. is already at variance mind the.decisjon as made in ,1845 was erro walking out on the 20th |1 e
Cns3.5 elected United t from The Right Story.It accidentally;
BEaal.EJi'jAd4r) I woula prefer .the decision tb be ,
Michigan was 44 for to **- .N a le
than 22 Democrats vojeo te18 & tlre'lVhig. and ,moved' it as :a substitute-it BATIT taken, position\ precisely opposite. to.that of should exist 418,to bur.State. officers judicial version of a rumor mentioned some struck the pavement, p'I i ::i ing quite a sc-
tnembefl' wain5t him. j1 j jMU.AKCHOLY j supported by Mr. FOOTK. Messrs; aswell executive. .: vere wound. The
I' the.commi the Assembly, of 1845.. weeks since-to which at the time we yen ra e patriot was _

DCATH.--$ILV [:M BOURNE a and YIKABLI where; noon in This view, however, need not call in Another difficulty exists as to the Secre- gave but little heed, and which would have soon surrounded by friem b,| t ho picked him
of explained that they had united tary of,State.; James T.,Archer was electedfor and !
tee 15, ,
ftabonc him
eea.manattached to the cjCorinna accidentally up conveyed to :hi resiiJenee.!
of the late better He
become thau
the propriety inauguration i
question four from July, 1845 he resignedin a military popinjay our
f shot himself wbilei bljiJling a gun, Mr. BERRIEN'S Address for the pur years ; suffered
Dr.TROCPS'S riearil>arian,Georgia reporting of Gen. BROWN. Even admitting the 1848, and, in accordance with the provi- discreet old victor-to the effect that General considerably fork! e: time, but he _
at plantatiod
on the 19th ult., theC&d cfttcring at the pose of securing unanimity,The although substitutewas :they construction advanced by the friends of Gov. sion of the Constitution, the Governor appointed Taylor had said, in conversation with S. S. had so far recovered, thai i ito was expected!

right breast, and killing .ai in| kbout twen- preferred Mr CALHOUS'S. MOSELET-there will be no Assembly-in ses Mr. Maxwell to fill the vacancy, Boyd, of Mississippi, that if the North interfered attend a Ball given i inTaylor 1 : or of General
Mr. MASON, MrRncrT, and his commission to expire at the close of the
i native of opposed by the
minutes. The decead a I on night of tbji th ult.bo '
ty wa.rl the close of his term and Gov. with '
Sandwich Massachusetts i Mr. DAVIS, of Mississippi. Mr. IVERSOS sion at session of the General Assembly which has the slavery question, he was

4The would the substitute if signed generallyby BROWN would thus have had no option as just adjourned ; during which: C".W. Downing in favor of "drawing the sword and throwing Mr. Mcreadjr In'5 '$'....

Legislature of Kentii 'ky,: .in caucus, sign Mr. to the mode of inauguration; had the, ceremony was elected' to fill the office. As some away the tcabbard." The remark was detailed This distinguished act : r., is now per

' ban nominated the Hon...Hcttat CItY for the Southern members. HOUSTON, been .omitted by the Assembly which months were to elapse before the four years by'Mr. Boyd to.F. L. Claiborne, who communicated forming a series of engji r ;.ents in our Atlantic
United States Sena.tor. t. of Texas, was opposed to any Address. for which Mr. Archer bad been elected
I I cities, closed a briflia t Savin_
iiiH has just adjourned., it in a letter to Hon. Mr. Brownat I one at
-
the would the deemed he -
taken : Governpr
1 On the vote being greater part expire, possessed nah the hu1twithfl
on of !
lion. Mr. MANGUM, Carolina, of the Whigs present, and several of the We may also remark that the view of our the .authority to appomt,a person to Washington, whence it was transmittedwith night th2

ii vrho has not taken his eat i idl the Senate both correspondent In regard to the Secretary of perform the duties, of that office until the full a grand flourish northward and south fine play of Hamlet. At It., conclusion 01

thus far at this session, isi4eiai. at home Democrats who were opposed to Addresses term of four years (for which time.Mr. Ar- ward The from the piece Mr. Macreadfii the call of the
i involve this "by telegraph. following,
State to us to difficulty: .
It thus became seems
indiaposition. declined to vote. cher could have held the office) actually expired -
, by : : almost entirely a contest between Democrats that had the Secretary elect entered upon the and did so appoint Mr. Maxwell not. the Natchez Courier, gives a rather more I audience, appeared, and d 3ii' red' the follow

'Ve see from our exchab'et5 44i. a proposi.tion and. the vote 'stood 25 for the substitute discharge of his dutie. immediately upon his withstanding Mr.Downing had been duly satisfactory explanation of the matter; although ing tasteful address, a cOp 'of which was
i. soonto be made i i4he hatc of the ; elected. This clearly for I that kindly furnished the SaTJan ah
The original Ad- election or at the close of the session, he appears wrong we venture to say had the Old Republican:
United State, that will 1j41 I to j other short and 33 against it. 1 1 cannot find authority;in the Constitutionto ill ,
would only bate been constitutionally:, enti' any Hero known his private conversations were Gentlemenmates : our silence inti-
and easily travelled route .4 New Orl an8.- dress was then adopted, several Democratswho warrant such a .course. The' Governor

Senator Breese will propqs' tlijrf cession of voted for the substitute. voting againstit. tIed.to.serve out; the ,unexpired rm of Mr. can only appoint. to fill'vacancies, to expireat to be retailed for the public eye, he would : I to have me, that but few you eae,rdj i me to address

I 1,000,000 acres of public thti't nds'I Jia cftiial Florida to A resolution was also adopted that the Archer, and.not a regular) term of four years the end of the next session ; and, after an not so freely have made bis friend the recipient you.This is the last time I'v 8'|' ;;to ever offer have you.ra the-
that State, on condition a is cut election; of officer to law, of
.I I- for. which lie ch an according of them : honor of
'unquestionably
across the Peninsula, wit!) view of draining Secretary should not publish the. Address ; was s.en. exists if the appearing befb* ; ,bu; and I thereLadiaand -
the "everglades. {. : until ordered to do so by those w should. Or, if no regard be had to completion of course elected no vacancy the office. I understand person that "We can set this matter right in a few fore utter with peculiar] imbbasis the word
that Archer's and that of Mr. Doxvning accepts words. Judge Boyd has been either misunderstood "fareieelF on such an oca ion, embodying
be Mr.
The bill to introduced his term
eiarn it. Mr. CALHOUN was confined to Governor Brown will not recognise any official in it kindest
In wish that
the Legislature of Florida sball pl have authority commenced the 6f the l last or misrepresented very grossly. I every )can be comprehended -
had expiration act of Mr Maxwell, not considering
room by sickness, and was not present. A : the conversation that occurred between Gen. : in its widest extent of meaning.The .

or government to charge munitions tolls on, my x trr/b isie1r! or, storcs raa'lsreasonable, very full journal of the proceedings las:been Assembly, would. nly make the. confusionof him.Here. legally is-another authorized to' ''perform them. Taylor and Judge Boyd- on- the--subject-of single fact, that in My own country
serious difficulty.
of the United States; "bijt, sucld kept and will be published. Although the, whole case. worse .confounded. I', and .And now forithe settlement of these' cases. slavery, not one word, so we understood there is now no longer aiyiTheatre, where
and from the of the referenceof Judge B. to say, was uttered, having refer- the works of our divine.,bakspeare can be
tolls be charged Jx oileq41 any show greater necessity I
may } they were had with closed doors, nothing Believing that here are are individual rights to the Wilmot Proviso in the
ence .slavery adequately represented, ii' the I
other vessels, and freight s.nlArsons, a, tribunal cause why
\ material which transpired will be withheld the whole matter to some with concerned which the Judiciary have full and Territories, other have decided
or question growing on relinqnSsl the exerciseof
said legis'ature in keeping may tht IJ by d latv forks allato- nJtitkm' ;. T-.pcnr.bl. applied from the. public. The country will then;be plenary authority to'decide, so that the 'terms l legal authority to adjudicate; ; I suggest that out of the subject any of .sl very in the States,' my art some years earlier tin ng life than my

[ >tldstimulates. Time able to jujge of the part which each actor of all members_of the. Executive$ Deparjiinent a pro forma case be made up in the a'writofquo Circuit ; further than that concerning the right of property distinguished predecessor I ,
Court forthe Middle '
: District I
------' have upon In slaves, in"slave States. In my retirement I shall often in thoughtrecur
t bore in the drama.' may hereafter contemporaneous be-. .and that' it be.taken at
lite k warranto, up "Gen. said that if the Northern to the I
Theodore Parker, in a on, says 1 .' ', Taylor fanatics pleasure bavje derived from my
that the grandfathers of many''m4vho J\ow- Since the above was in type,'we have received ginning. Once onappeal 'to the Supreme. Court, and attempted to i interfere with that, he I visits to your city, and 4lit&-this assuranceI

a-days are studying heraldry jtog [t: at .theircw the Address of Sir Cmioux-Qt.too there be decided as soon as practicable.?This was in favor of drawing the sword and I regretfully and respectf1' take my leave.A .
; ositibnofour State in to"the'Ex would the
-Tha .be.satisfactory to' people
oi nobility, hal not |rcb 4 / to their : respect course / throwing away the scabbard. He said nothing
patent .- late a period, however, even to penueit.intime cutiye',Department is as peculiar it is generally; and.would ?put.th matter at rest further, concerning the slave question; Cue or CaIIIOid4 Fervr.

arms. I LJi for our issue. Some inIcationf"t1iestrnth 'novel. ; 'To thequestion of"Who'is Joter- Unless it is i settled' :some definite way at and.a"!l'the r hub raised at the North and The editor of a Philad&lp paper takes

IMPORTANT MOVEMENT..%Ve 'Jearn from by'which It/has/ been sustained_ and norm no satisfactory: ftply bin- be 'iven':. this timer it will b, the cause of contention elsewhere.abbuf alleged remark; 'has notice of a lady at a late i&4men in that city

the Colonization Herald, with anJetrly rprbpojMrlpdii to' call I'th 'attention of''i1self, ,: hereafter; and' it ''now causes much discontent authenticity,or, foundation.
copy perhaps of it, adaptation..to present.circum who had nineteen rings ; her
; finger
of which we have been favored thiiij the Brit- ; ts wdfins others; to t1ie ntua- that we have no Chief Magistrate'to'referto. ."These remarks were made by Gen. Tay- iopan
ish Government has not only recogoizel the stances maybe found in the'following paragraphs tioq our State is in,1.nd' gge t what'I Ideemie ''Party feelings' should have no iqftueDe brim social conversation withJudge Boyd, thirteen bracelets of'diflerept descriptionsupon

Republic of Liberia and entered Jntay" ,' to..settl+;, the In'' the matter bat all alinto have theadmilisfration' of ,this city, ,who fterwards repeated :themas her arms, which werboe to the shoulder *

amity and commerce on '&rmj i i f perfect *- is signed by only'fortv-five members, matter definiteTy.' of out State rovernment' carried they'occurred t'o.his friend, not with ,the and, very handsome]: Her hands were

reciprocity, but has proffered .'to ,President two of whom are ,Whigs-Mr. GATLE of .The \iffer c .orini n which exiti as oft according to the correct construction most remote idea that they would be misrepresented small, white, and beaudu4'i Seme of the
to the of the and intention of the Constitution.
Roberts between money Sierra for Leone the purchase and Liberia.of;; terri'ory'with .a Ala., and Mr. TOMPXIKS, of MiS5i 'ppi.--- cdnstituti 1'of our State, as to language the time Ir mwhich I have thrown .together simply The- iews or misconstrued* and telegraphed. toWashington.1 rings contained diamonds o large size: andhand
members in
There are 121 Southern Congress, the Governor shall commence his term' r"entertain the subject,.perhaps too whenever'she moved her
View the more securely to suppre ihe slave than ooe-tbirJ of whom theiriinatues upon ; it appease 1to
trade, now extensively carriej on a| that FCC- a few mere; .to the iaddress.. ,Oi.sthe put, whole of office, is surprising; for although' the briefly for a full explanation of(so important Gt),. Taylor Appointment be in a blaze of light. TQis gaily decked
tionof the coast. Th:" informal'6Vi is. contained language the SCfielule"and ordinance, taken > a matter; but I wished to make as snort an ".s .to appointments i (says the New Orleans -
,
number, 7.5 are Democratsiand: 4$ Wig \ lady was a subject of admiration to some, of
from.tee '
in a letter from London' benevolent Take. Messrs. GATLB .and..TOMFKINS, apatt' l'edntexf'is'lto'my: JDi dIfferent article'1 as possible,1 arid yet give art idea of I Delta,) we h ve'heaM but one authentic .
avrayi froni the .placed the state'of our'Executive: I envy t others, and of pity to a few. Her
constntcb
; upon
fellow-citizen E. C.eeon
and enterprising and it will be seen thatwbileJ6a.Democratsalgned .. Department.B. intimation of Gen. Taylor's fiirposes- I '
'
Esq.-PAi7.. New : the it by Legislative Assembly) of 1845. and .' Il.in was.expensive"and secured to her wrist
.1 .to
there .32 I belonging
; iti were
; at present ldto be right by1 GO!.'Moseley, It is.said to be his determination, in his selection
The Gr'ffin IFi/ says: The:;stock bhti&e ame party who from did not-nearly Senator) one JOHNSON half. yet 'I concede there might 'have happenedcontingencies''which' The Gener Assembly of Virginia, on the of public officers, to atiach more importance byaheavygold' 'chain. She wore ear-ring,
One member Georgia, and : she
& Telegraph Lne! bet1t'een'faca'i and Atlanta would hate 'seriously 20th ult., after an able debate of nine days, to moral than a breast-pin. Altogether presented
high qualifications to
libns i gave in his name. conflicted with'the'operation'of the"'machinery the of .a walking"!jewelry store
,has all been taken. Prepar are adopted the resfoldtib'ns'bf I the Joint Committee appearance ,
.
being made to put up the wir s i rjediateli.If "On a further examination of the signatures, of State government. had it been set in partisan1 services: The drunkard, the ''de and so the editor regarded her as the most
nothing happens we shall soon: e able to we find the names of six Democrats who motion; accord'ng to what I deem the construction (embracing ,those,of'l, 847,) by'a vote of bauchee, the man licentious and dissipated valuable woman' "

hold communication! between thi, city and preferred judge'BERRIEN'S: Address, and who of the language bl the Constitu- 27 to 3 in the Senate, and 117 to 13 in the habits, and he who disregards the social pro- ; riterallj'speking' that lie :

the great seaboard by lightaihg.bat .i?, by had voted to substitute it for Mr.CALHOOS'S. tion, according grammatical''rules. However -' HOURe. They''de lare'itbat'tift"c'ae! fthe'a4l0ptTon ,' make the velkn'iig i in had ever seen. i.
pzjetioflif ,
the powerful influence of the'majgfet. Vfbb This reduces thenumberof the'advocates of : to discus*that;construction now, would.be 'and:a'ttenlpted tnf orcenin' (IhCProveo may,
would have thought of such at thipg' twenty the latter gentleman's Address '39. tnethrj superfluous-rthe consideration of our po-' vain with the .recital 'of .their'political ex Lad and Inte.llc.: (4U'oraIa.

years ago! The ingenuity of man u passing- ; of the .Southern Representatives. tition only.should claim.attention'.' H V ,.as 'an',act 0E( e General pious"This, 'by .th'e1: way, .is.a rule which We are -permitted (says the Washington

ly strange, and almost_incomprebrasible1.11 number represents the moral force of In May,1845, Mr. Moseley was elected Government, the people of .Virginia can have we should like to see adopted. some of theoffieejgiving 'Unio )rIo make an extract from &'letter'from
the proceeding: O/K member from Georgia Governor- the State, aod hia coonnission, choosing'between the
difficulty
only .authorities of State .and a highly intelligent source, whi gives increased
DEATH or LADT AsHBckTttN.Tne Philadelphia : did If .our
it m"n not. they '
< represent
signed runJor fouf from that date., But,.as then'remain ; ,
years alternatives that'will
Bulletin.says: "The dowser LadyAahburton. the feelings'arid-views of .their-constituents' the schedule and ordinance; says.that:.the: \ >':i. -st 3 :< of abject j- city. ,The morality of politicians basso, inter<>6t to the gold region; ?o Cah'fornia -
.died at Gcsport, Engird I on the that -tetth* of' the eii.lR1uuii! toaggression :. idOutragconi1ieone : / The letter left '
it follows Only on people Governor.shallholdbisoffice fw the'itame :deteriorated in our.country,tbai( men.of high Tepic .on the 19th De-
6th ulL Sh. was the daughter of,'the late of the Srate.are in favor of the movement:" time as.thoughhe had been,elected on the hand, Of..determined resistanceon*the moral avoid station I'><>mYiAv iast and i=' 4i.A''i 4JJj-r! im if'

-William Senator Bingham from Pennsylvania., of this city formerly. 'r. uncle U. 8., Jt 1'h from.this,we'were,to force,ar,;J nierenc, *. ,first whether'Monday, in October, ,..without expiesaimr is bela ':,other'at....., .""all hazards and-to' h the l last extremi-'. ."h't fear principles tbit their,'ch Apolitical, .'and( habits: ;froma wDl .'ceiVed- 'from* *" the west ro.. '..toast i f\; f.t.f"7.,. i.r .*** l
preceding.or .succeeding lliiib d'1.h" .
r Richard Willing. Esq. and vartidus other of want of:unanimity support of:Southern i ,by Govv .hloseS, y.tbat his tem1doesnot4nd! "V r.'fs'ana J> ''r+. -e'*;r i-ii'ii .f.a.ssa jf>ue.' suffer from interconTse-ltvilhYthe Immoral '' l'Tierejsia"late) arrhral from 1 r.a1tforDia

relatives, are still living- in cur'cily. Lord rightti'we should'experience'anyihing'else: ') ,' iintil the succeeding-O6tpbet..U849ij.whae' of a labhe.. ,. ongres Ui i,7wtc4StateszboIbiiig ; and unprincipled." c "" iirin n'"intelligence that 'a region of gold,

Ashbarton it ,will be remenLberetdiedonthe.iSthof "flian ancrriotfon of' itif ctioh. '"Vfe'f'eel'lip. the opinion /o/jGov.-Browivis Governor: ,slavery.or ttbfct m Irade in-the 1 ,,., .. __, -, 1\ '1" richer'than.. any vet known, has: been discovered
.
May lait" t j; '....., i *'il .1'.I 1' *< I* *-T' rT,.; !I Icause. : Columbia The F ebee Bill. north of the former, placer The
of of a-clir
31/B dffiee Dil-trict
fprJameptationiOr .alaTn3..... }YhUji.rwedo term expired thftpraceding'Ootoberv ; as attaek'iipnhe"intiutins
'. ; United States
: : The editor of the New York Tribune makes store-ship Lexington :was to
: In roKTAMT WOK YccATAK-r4 lonfe.-Ac- impugn-.the i ) motives,,of.those' who (1848.). The dale ofcithe, commission; .o Q t& \1t,tlejn.She(19! ( e .lit*,..wi.1n. -M? / *,t-- T f ian leave or"the United States vrheii this vessel
of Govt'Mdseley! irhiehi isfor four ,: anaJysiSmqf. the.vote-.on the of
Counts have been received in ?TewrCfreans) of ) years ) passage
resisted evezy'bazar. TI thtke sailed
have gtaked'their fortunes 'tlpon 'Mr.'Cutni's at Goe I Itliis' she already had on board $500,000 in
!;; battle fought bet'een'the Indians andAcans. : aid would.close & May, 1848, appears to be; I bill,' lrom"l\\'h ltlppe r ;- that'of'the ;
dust "
gold for the United
; States. '
tea also'authorizfed to the.
die, we are'fully warr ri in ascrrbing disregarded by both parties.: In 1845,:when convene Legislature
There were .upposd to .be members who voted in the affirmative, 75 We understand that the dart
the State, \\.admitted into -. the, Federal in the above referred to. gold was pat
of the l nd tQ..th9"b withheld the: ignatdresfrom. ; ; emergency
thousand *
,about ten Inihaus only : ( Union, membersof General' Assembly [t'iJ: I. ., .. ; '- ,._, ;ivert.. fmmlalye. States. .and .26. from free on board the ship as the property of individual -
Tkt which
'l five hundred American troops, .former .manifesto.a:patriotism they, ', 'f' citizens for safe .here.
'were,'after* hard struggle, driven back. In I to th South whenmdst' were elected and.-convened in June; at that: '' Sohkeihlnt 'to the Potnt." States. Of those.who voted in the negative transportation, .
regarded as most plighted
the hes&outbe4uestibn was niled.whether that : .J./is W : h ( iirt11 95 were from free State and 'from i'
engagement forty-three Americans were I 'J I A r h none } .. Gel. ,
J Idyal l.tp ih'e'ynipn.r : body,i as.''organized,'could again;meet in1 the' .
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al&u UW. A large number of the enemy were I >i fal1.tth&reuIar time ior.fielding sessions Tau..thc\Qleve1a.nd.. ffninde-iler .a.nd. th'er slave States. -There 'were absent 17 froni '- The Brownsville (Texas) Flag announces
of
htered. The Indian ,
tow fTela was
I finally! captured and reduced to .. The W hope 'our fnend' l of the Newt'does U treaiiyJnagie ,"ivh'eihcr/elections: should' be J Northern papers were,'argujng'; one way updnjth'e ttee'State'sj'friid-'' 15 from Blave,State-The important gold'discoveries in; the Teion fcf
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Aroencans at lat accounts 'Imarcbing ( ihat- we.designed ''to,:weaken* >l : .held 5a sttcceeding October>for new mrimbert. Nichol,i n-DiUeVnn., iGen.C_ M's friert .tR qwi KvVr fiftlnenibers'froni, ffeeShfes the ,Moulk of the- Rio Grande.. ;'The' Old

towards BaaUs where a decisive &nd! desperate his .patronage' byour..remarkiiaregard to .,It.waithertdetidfldby the Assembly,! j" tI1e'&Qn\. .., YwJ" f'i1fjt\J"hW." 4' fuJ 'on'trd +Toled'foV\.the'11.bill. ,' f" ';. JH. .,, ",.. .", ", '?* : Dominion, too continues to 'look tip.."
bau: ; some dissenting, (ngwOlD was General l' "Hilt .u k1'sI1 J'" Lj n" .
wan Mticipated.paiow : $. : ;" "dry advertisements." Such was the aiOQJro.l,1.be. RD1e.id J1 Moeswt 'MAndl--AI W. Franklin ,
Temotj'est Brown, the present Goernorelecrand'.who,, 'j : Clapp, The Washington Union, in uoticfng the
&ill. 2ll
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j Rep zstaaL '
-. !. fro'm'oar'inlentlons. hope-'he'-may': with Bomiothira,?'resigned their seats/ that tera polite note to him inquiring iwhetherhe Clarkl'-David tit Hainmois'HCzekiahWilliam.* arrival of one of .FultonV:patent steam
'. sf 'A t""I't- ''* Vi I-1- 'li./ !. !' ,. .. .
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or.THE C ouju.r. 1eit subscribers ityaathe i oLth8l.Coo'stitutiolt that 'Wai',1id I'tin2efstahd: itork ih ';aforesaid -4.- : -
.an not.9nY, tal mt allrbis..present .. [ pumps at Richmondfrom Baltimore, on iU .
.014 and respectable resident of Niv York) but add more largely to his .list. ,He possesses the legislative} machinery of"the State was J ter:tHat(.tt th'e general) was for'or. !against! YoaK-Ausburn" C. Birdsall. William to the gold mincsof Major Heiss and
.states that in 1832 he discoreredj that theorigin to commence as'if set in'motion 011'the October .B.'MeClay, Henry' Murphy, Henry Nip way
of the Cholera is the inhalation or.an all the I ability to'render his pa.per. succeeding'the admission of Florida into' the WiimotProvisoani.received! ; in! reply FrtdiridA 4 2'allmddgs--5. Com. Stockton says:,

insect so minute as to be scarcely vitibleto : cond to'Jnone 'ID :F1 rida1in point of interest the Federal\ Union,:and.' poa that decision' -the:-same Nicholson aft neatly.enveloped. r.ENNsYLr. '/.! r.E: Brady, Samuel "We met friend f since who

the naked eye. He says that when, the and -e.bave.no'doubt t'be will justify the fullest I-. up to the timet ltb adjournment of.the last At I.n-r'iatet:, there l is'not m'man'woman, ')r 'A. Bridges, Richard Brodhead, Chas. Brown, told'u&ht had a seen a day certificated or two :' tJ1emint
:Cholera in a place, the exisisace cf insects General all 'oftheStatehave '-lul & '" 4 : Chas.J' Ingersoll, Lewis C. Levin. (7) JobMannrJaraes -
Assembly 'operations' hh' .
n'Jin' (n'
J sttTie'iijt'l of thousand worth
eipeciationB-of hJ reader t nine dollars' of
as gold,
as ,
; soqn. .. L.P : "
may be proved by greasing a xltf.ii) aperson's :been carried ,"Beforethe.J last > "fl. & I ; .Thompsdri-8.. .. /
r. ol : deposited the result of fire: days'work
the ertiol\l la lofp L'ios.ihe' as or :MX
', publication of-the Uw .quiyaca1 n W'imiot
ann and wavinj them 1ft ;the air, completed, AwmbJy Kljouraedimajority bMhat body,' : ;' rr>Oaio--fJohnD.: Cummins, ThOs. Ricney, 'with,about .hands -at- tht
when the insects will stick .to U{cad. may He need not enlkrre the airoensioni either. believioj'Hhit]the"construction paei! upon! ; ProoJ.-"Wett1theinlectioii-I' ) is. over John L. TaylorS.INDIANA'GeO.'G.D14n/ .- ", 1 }/. Whitehall mine in as many .
Heist
then.be examined. M 'L n!s."1'e person. ,or: s Ih4 tq 00 V'I.'.I or.pertiap lOr; II"! the Constitution of the State by the Assem-j f nbwjf'but'see'what' V orfcspondentiToY. theNorfolk \ 1"*,' R. W. Thonvp.W1VLWik.L.3. Stockton, tc. Six Virginia negroes,,o, {tire Messrs i learn from, -
I *7if'H'rt -" -' i I : '
GOOD Wire.- Oh, it is lutijal{ J .to live leu-tofa; SCUShcu. : uJl p Wi.II bly of 1844 vuarroneou.snd that strictly, Herald writes acprrjsp in JI.[.en., proTnoonced ILUKOIS Johff A/McClernandr Wnv A. another entirely reliable source bad obtained
Gen. Brown whq had been elected in Octo-
.. tinder the poisoned Qwp of be We repeat our wl 'Wr.Iai'eulCaa 'by taat,.sp ctabfft fi pape'ntelli.gendtelisble' Richardson-2.. thirty-fee pounds of gold from tile tit tothe
t Her] l 4$1shild qualined. .krid .enteV. atl ( 6th or 7th .of this month. 'The last
day's
: ; poisoned whether it jbe praise or V 1de'To17)"le: 1', 'a thiwo'jj wid ,icA"uip6'th'diit! i u1iIs' |-> tlOVet 1 'UJf i'j'1 ''N.(1 .' ''I'l WISCOHSIH: : Pitt Lynde-I. TOtal ,

e j beautiful' not to be p6lliie4! y i ui bVi .&nouhisapnsp.f't f.1)! ib.I: e .'; t ,.i : .ft" 1111)) n fied bt eh ti4 be'IiiVaien'tbe ''h "e'Mbnl y! ''mh1'ng rniO\'is'to;Jh"al 25. ,n ,, TT JjtI j If working this. resultbe of three negroes the prodnst w!|worth of a, $1,594.regular

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t but more bea'ttjfultbe4ntiiuate. us ca".o....".':'0.:. ulf 3tb'43f' 6f'3Auz..hich' electidn l '(says'the letter)theTocba hatlpfpclisslohi'and large :'j1. Up6it'thfl'.whole''vmatterl" Mr.';Grecli reni vein learn it is
and 'JU -" ,, .. ., as we who cap foresee.what
: o to one to pbwe*| dA e r.|atle: t>fliwi>* j>jw :>ii.litst'i! u'vtt i'u rt J
t friend, and th't'one'a rife.!;:; Beauti- t;:: 'i : .', I ,.:caUfor. .- -V 1fal doe:1"Ueih uaMld'bk1tthIoatba'Coistttutionbva'pre4 :1e ; hit t'\"k uVfttGei.Cass'idweUlitig anaddres&tIe marks-, r:)'! tit Jj uxnu .i iff: :4 nil_ ) !
be able to read her t'nre Ifebot.! in''a -T b I.QMio ; 't' t"'l".flt., ; dTJth'thetr't.. I ''thcP1.i11'1. ,'ptUHtfl.beyond recovery, : "H'i sM l lr
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eMift fI"f' :
'P. P ,'fIyr ,.. p'Si'to'aisme"tbe 'diitieilbt b1fMagii; mli ifl'thouireof !'t 'f ..:
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: and tb b, Etrare'ther re,( fcf':,every I' UClI', ,.10 .n"round 'Inr bgpfiuwibeatoppe4itheSenste. &,t i P. Tn-Pvulc P.mNQ.-M $ .bW nd nI
avowed
..CbarJeatDJlforCa1iJom., till fertte'Stat 'but' tt 'met : his hiznself1nfavObf'thewiltl6t1rovi1a"dd
,
typoverhbr I
; bi'one's.own'soul', and to.tit aM J I/to pu.iJsithe VW MoeSf BMiti speqci .! It isdestutedtobecUme. $ Van Btnthuysen whom the.pHntiag of
di. ; 1'ibei'il.' pprorisiqn1d
h day, of.tht'great t ." .;fj Her cargocdnsedof riee.'lddtber, .3DhG11 do so dnm'Oct'VledeXO b UM '!& Y'jiW.9i"im tAdtl & :}'ItnoWj \ t tt ol : .. law.'cfcd' "tobm'art| importantpaaicsd Congress was awarded, under ith e,:contract
*
*"* .j > "A '* *-, bdip.:" T iri 'J..t i tjtlWP.tI .\'it butsno.cl. a* iitf'Had .- tysten, intend to apply to-Coegrea.' for additional
P'A '. '.: 'it. '//a'JoWtI ., tol"! (...H # J' t $ l tbiM"hl tebtp &ar-o'Ultt' i.. Ieee deAe .uC..t: 1" : 1. j .- I
: -rJU1'lho. Am'ftl'.tb; lor IIxty paesengem, lor a voyage cfs, !!% tb"f 't'b t ii Ibwtti 'D rAt'it1airAtetIth ei 1Jti't1. !:rr'/jnftmbeTf/ pf'rib'sHouse' / ,been' : remuneration, O"thalOndthtthey j i
} i have:actoaHy lottmoMb'thecontract.PJUl.Artw. : -
: thI.f Mqst pf.tha w'm fron 'iesIJi'bf'lhe etiM'I Do- I' !
u of aIM Seaecas: 'O'irtlurkr } passengers ;1r Dtisthtta* bill-.woald:still.have passedj-U '-'rr
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4 1oia$4 + :
-Sat ita singular be&uty./Whem.:a,mai.! South'-Caatfld'eOTg1& yProsperous khothiftd 5ote'bth1bstnteS, j tnigt v'Ktnf.

,pey.imp Oll 11oa".})ird.r;util it gIesfdrthe'advt'tieTit bftwi.frt. y'"T : V;lfr j lIli1ttt ut dftt__ t&nWSulits Viral I' the' tit, ,t.L. .*'. bl..W" ti. J"' 'Ttt''lO h'_;.t(,,k.fJ "J' ri & Tbs !ht1; ha .eafleth. Mscbrg,
kejws to try U power ojeetg.4nd-iha4 r-i:'! : r."i'm* > ( 1 eUtMWJ ? ,'If'J' 4 filliDt'"of; = Better
aGuu ii ..uctl' _J t'J
'If
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U with kim JJid eam*,dJl.lo Ii ItAlw! e /coast,..u > *er. :vJ.OI lion r h l |ja" ,PMarly-_,_, h I.'Yt" :4'i', 1:, Iaa D1iahthalid4: ota .
Ihe.'WJiekdWrit '* : hergravtw f 'Tb'Baltfanor&18an'teyithat'ths' ; W'1j quarf r .
f \\ not dose Us*y
spirit4sad,and dtUvcrsiits irecibis'bar.. -t "' I" I' t"w.c"1.'H.1tJj'h. \i ift' 4ft I'( "' n a'&'' II .. ;", 'no'"; ,tk I.' t"= 1.. -,' ". -,
i of affection to tht. lortd. .a&4.;jostiD. estpJ ,9 .. : ttt I LflSit tttMW : W&th oup i itt be'W "lun pEiUy, wTgrn's.'Ii f'pe1' ",QIIA'
t b.id-J. lrusiq abJy.d1t.JaIlS q \ K;j }fh"'t J ._. .tl1'the./UII1a.JOfi.Jb..UD, got.tit,-'eariar amdaad 1IP'tIIo

.: IntJltwn1ri *that thtSeatacky ,'wiib iiew/cwdllitlnj'/ sv engiotf'ia also : teeth; *idsg4f 'li'tt.' J'", BttHHi Wit 'iiM't if o 51)oqQ9ooO) ;i alley, Wlth'tMrat..W = .

P'I f Legislature t has eleetif tHe IIonTMcalletotheUS.8eteiorthe. in the hands of oar mechanics. She will be minds of the refnecrhre Governors ui for while daft returns showed that the b tiobtlfNtf' The child maT\i d* W Krtf wka W3 fee all 3w little ftHow; what isakt '
the other J
; ; leg and that he n. ** Vied 111' this realiztd;"rre are. on the eve of mighty butgaaMetit.'WesreiPWb; $' .
I ttrm ewaotnonp oti tic ith o )Jar h next. reaiy for the'ftrft'trip in .TaDe.'I Gov Mojeley deems the Judiciary the tri-< man.*'He was exceedingly( cut up at tho IUd events. comra.nrt'a-ad.must try sonejmiior.$er!,..

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We lave file ;requested publish .the one hundred. ." dollars.. at"the, 'discretion. of, the' dred r.. :words> ). 15'i* cents r -t tor certifjinz! '* th'e BamtT ...forty doQan sod afteeaiecats_._ .'j- "- _G ; rf ;Yale .

following ( ,fte "American Flag.pub- court.. : *" *, *'J)" e" "* .ii 25 cents.: Notaries :..Public shall,recef&singrd .f I 101oI..J.. .-I"tiIIt..1IL t'r' J;,.,'Q4 lei t also so mack .f the Interest of Fredmek -
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frIVtEebseiibe, bumJrq1 Marqaaud.as wifl'; flaY'WeD dollars aiaetytnrte C.imwr + -.. .tf
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tftl Texas) u likely to "An Act i requife.'licenses: 'to1,be takeout p registering a note'one dollar as onftn .
lished at Brrf r; *., ;i -B. administrators oath* Estate of Obadiaa and three-ftmrth oeata and expenses: also Alabama t. 'tJa :.
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be of wtereaV'I i; o the. numerous friends of I by persons and subjects not hithertotaxed".ims for.noting lor non-payment or. non-aie'' cozar. late of Joksonyilue-Jjy3 conaty de 10 ._ell Of the interest of Alexander M. )?alr as 4S. .
.'D ,It 1teteby givento aU bt"tee n I" flfttea dofisn tiirty-efjit end threefuarth ) Ito CIrcuit Cowiala the Eoat
Mai.TATWIJ k4 unU jr in Florida: ; i yearly ttt''folk7H>-!' tance, fifty cents].for administering,each oathy:' tO.t Et&a0 eoaae bmrsn penoaa miwfthJn cent aad expenses; also so' mttch of the W era .'f*..f the UaiUd States Distrieit

''Mf Al. Alt. Upon a dentist or''dental surgeon,'ten Collars; ten tents attending at a.demand tftnder.Tor., ; 'payment j'aad't 'all -persOBS hcvtec batere.nr.MonIe Mysri u vffl pay eight dol- Covt at St. AMITaUahassee line; tU Supreme Coast at
visited .1btI&'. 4'Elt Wto'M' w.lye doM ttrtBoe &aad iMnses: also.W I ; Bflij meoat Claiau for eJUasaa Ib
Major C.
On yesterday we Taylor. a gutrrean.ten..d s-! negro trader, or: deposite, fty" cen.' notiry protests 'f'a the legal. term, 'or they'' be. foreYw 10 mach of the Interest cUbs heirs cl'ster Mi ,.'j r any part of FkHILLattciu< 'against th* Qoveraawotat

The Tisit wasfftoe of a peculiar! and,delightful other person bnnfinj.slave s into'tne State cap tain of; a ''Te, one dollar extendingsame hrrtcU'/- J.'. ?... 'OEo c'FLEMING .i'i 01 fffl Pr ODe hundred and twelve dollars six I Washington, iIpartmear lie .bcfu Congress *r at tit* fJt-:
characterJH t was a wedding occasion. i I. au Lt"J0h4AlbalDbtra" and TOe-fwtrth cents and exptatm; also ao much *. 'tIt: I ?
How strangej Row passing ,atrange, were for sale a.tax of five dollars for each.slave; for each ones hundred words t"entri l hitcsville'BlaekCr3ektE.. : I IFe'b oftbtatang t.tAobenlJit as will paythll1Ire Acldras,' 9.('xiviujc Last F1.iSz. '.1

appearances Cbert" contrasted with the state horse trader, a tax 'of fifty cents for each five cents; registerfn'forei\\gJ;gbtested ..12., ,. ,j.". .t.t' lad 'spqns doUars 1 thirty; *1 Iao-.bar 1O'.1Dach and thm-fourta 01.the Interest**Bta.r, September 7.'i i ..

of sJJairs twoSfars'( 'ago when Palo Mlo* the animal .brouoty;. every' agMt r' fpreign. fifty cento.. Each certificate with seal th bU11 i..:,. .. .. Notice. HL' --' Mordecai Nook as will pay Aye dollars ta and -. "
where Imjor Taylor now resides and CBe aJfeeBtj, also .auob of the Spenbir fc Baker .;
place commission Lbouseor merchant .tax of to, fifty cents each order Jpr, / not disposed.of,previoiuly : expenses j ,
the .bank a ; survey1 : byprivot* coaJli interest of Ichabod Prall, as will dollars .
most of the cwifitrv on .east ,of the tract, the undersigned will oferr' pay eight ATfO ivy:AT LAW .
th'irli 44olIars evey:antfaforeigk* (xc- cents:copying 1'papefor.h one isle at and fifty cents,and expenses ; also,so mach of the
but ; !
Rio Graude ws t wildern ss; now that ? 7 ..' .' tc '* public auction to be held in Jacksonville, on the interest of Aaron Peck as will three Jattsonnltf, h. '.
American energy[and enterprise have been' torj broker,or banker,a tax of fifty dollars. clred words,- iteen.. ." ;, *. ;1> lint Monday ba MUsh iI.tber negro slave forty an
brought to be&TiUpon. the whole'country, tIi't'' b d.n z,h"e't: i. 'iai''' "l "AhMt in're1aligtd. tbitinrofco1ne J4dl.; JaJtHq J1II'Ci &OOJ *c5J4ths. so much.of the iflterwt.of Cyrus.Perkins as willPaz ,
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tj ': "'i"44 ..... ., .t 1 .. MII & .:. J'I four dollars'' .TeD and one-half cents and
the Two ifi.oro.t expenses !
look at contrast. f.IO.b1o
years (; Where-the; excWJu.calling iJ Per G: Jos. McftosssT n s. S"a'cxi.
the eon ntyi erxia shin miu&cus to' A.O fO 9 '. o."r: ;.alo.so much of tbe interest of B. A.Pot- EL
Alto bridal was the field fca t>f blood, on.yestf' .rOaynhe'" e 3.. \ ; .; .. h'ellcenW.to'have'Jdrce'. hoTcommission..shall rtsaed'tb'ahy officer" a.Feballlldau.wilt; 'Fl .r- nam14. wuipay font dollars twenty-three and Dec.28.184S.CHEAT .! .
banquet ? spread. thre..rotUth'oouts.
and .-
also muck "
expenses so .
soft eyes looked lore to eyes that spake agoia throughout the State. Taxes 'are also im. I until he shall: eater 'upon the duties oi.his ,Coluimbia Sheriff Sales.. of tt* Interest of Rogers & Price;as Will pay firs I' I i

And all went n>rry as a marriage belL" posed by the law other as'follows office, and until after bond shall hare been r_, dollars,tea sad three-fourth cent, and expenses: ,AKD GROW Rid !. :': '
upon persons BY Ttrtirt of a writ of Fl.Pa:,. hsiod out of also;so mush of the interest of James Rli as win iffnniUS _____ 1
A gay and social company had been invited : Every person not a resident (except duly executed and approved. Circuit Court Cohnnblai county. I will pay two dollars'two and one-half oents aad expenses has Met 1iJ. iscrtcipte .r too'Qa.y
the occasion. Among then were present expose at public sale, In front of the Court HOOK ; also so much of the interest of John N.
upon J.
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hawkers and Yhofrpil. Dialers
pedlars) who shall offer for sale "An Act relating to Manufacturing corn* In the will IaT.a.s.M tMatims
town btyae '
many officem of the army and their lalies; Alligator, oa the first Monday ia aa pay two dollars thirty and one-half and they b4"'practIsed Is aO IIaaaeM
and the enterprising and highly respectable articles not the growth or manufacture of panies"-provides that hereafter no tax shall day.March next. between the horns of sale oa .that cents John and expenses; also, so much of the Interest lmposiUOD.OD CM.country merchant withoat oay
the of
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representatives of Commerce, Law and this State, shall pay a yearly tax for each be assessed-upon shares"i.therein or'capital 'The'etst fojlowinr Ja&lr r property the N: w-, to>wit arter of section, seventy cents Seaman and expenses as will;pay also,four so naoh dollars of and the fear come of,and det tm ction.* PEKM>}t Bt TKA a new COMPANY era tn the trade data ho *

Physic, on this extreme frontier, were also.present. county in which they shall so sell, of sixty stock thereof: Provided thar- slaves and ".,'_Also,the N: W. qafcrter the N.E;qurter interest of John K. Townaend.M will pay two the honor of iUJatn tatfoa. They Mr tafrsc,
? of section 19:;"''Levied on aa the property of John dollars ocd thirty cents and expenses. to rain the banner
fKsforaoawhlliRkasisscribod
The ceremoni was performed by our friend, dollars; every person not a resident 'who other property now .liable .taxation .shall I Tornet,'to aatiafy execution favor of Thomas JOEL B. SMITH the simpl>< rd ""'"}-

Chief Justice Big-jlow, who did it with dig- shall do business as a broker, commission or Dt be'exempt' therefrom;. Goolaby.belonging}to'Al the,, one sara steam*, jitnated aaW.mill abont, and two the miles land Tax Assessor the county and of Collectorfor Alaebaa.Deoembw.7 I' Pure f" at fcmerf .; tI 4Acompleterevolbu

aity and grace and that "sang froid" so peculiar jrvrarding merchant, a yearly, tax of forty 'UatU inakeli' I from the town of.Columbus..,Levied on aa the -
to him. I* dollars for each Bounty In!which they ghaU ., .. property..f rHexekiah A..,.JNash..aBd>Merritk whaTedonr.r Let eonsmaccs ". jrerritaarti. -* '1, wtJMX
The feast afterwards A most extensive destruction of rattlesnake .C4lfAl.1ll m decree at fomlowr. New st .
was soon announce Store NewJacksonville !
| exercise their calling; every Tender of 'lottery was aceqmplisbri DTffe ndeniaii;.-' hdrtti'mV I'te'ita '.Ciroa .a't ba Mor.otJIIIt 1. We were the trKtdrtead U ea tea that
The table .$Jet off:in an elegant and tasteful ; epk B.!Wat&I.t fPkpcftyj UL.1.f "i1 tf" ..Jj t.> ._:".'11. g o.se .Cd b W. ofgond foru-a.." !
manner. The choicest :wines sparkled' tickets, a tax'of twenty:cellar's eajch'county ioc; neahitlacO! 1naaib' writ execution. .
upon the board and everything went off joyoasJv. I ; -and the said tas.shall be paid,.and a license through his.field, bis attention was attract d ::1 yI -- ;:A3 : A SkttifProclamation OrJClllumbia Co. Fa., amount of traclt, aid iatrodaced a Utter eUal V '
by the"violent'.barking.. .hia. dog. On,.repairinffto Fefj..I-.td ho1t' AVE teas than ., t rheaMld.' Importer n**< \
taken out In the, county where, they! opened; OD'the corner or-noLi and often come to na lo far their
H ftt awn aae, and Cor
I the he found! ', : ; .
spot, I'lmttJe' .
The honor. )f the house were performedby aray -' ... : Oct streets with a large and wellselectedstock their IHenUjthelfw! waillea they can lad'Nwhere -
shall exercise their the be ; : .
calling: tax to 'solid
a phalanx sn':1kes'rattlingand"hts- ,! of fresh '
Goods In of-
our old friebd Major Taylor, in his usual consistIng part else. i:t 1
easy and polite manner. The joy and hila-' paid to the Sheriff and the license to issue sing with the.greatest fury. .By calling thIs GROCERIES HATS CAPS, 8. We have* ded prices more thui 25 tel'
assistance at work in the wn" both in Black Jin J Greea tea*. Thcwhollal *-
rity of the coopanv were unbounded, heightened From the clerk of the court. If any person negroes' PROVISIONS BOOTS ShOEs

as it were, Ly a view of the battleground shall follow either' of these pursuits without field the whole' pose were -summarily dis' Day GOODS, CtOTHiso, bnmbugs.j gToeerasasrsrnIsIngtbetradeaisdNIJ'us Thli w,hare done already, and sew

frothe house; which added to the. patched. They numbered in aU,twenty-sev 7'I IUzn-W ABJ SASDLXJIT aeo whiU we ar*r4d> lode:
poetry of th 'occasion. I taking out a license, he shall be liable to a en, and varied .in length from three' to' .six' CROCKXRT, &c, &c., &c. 1. \. win aa&jle I by_the single chest half

The spot t|e occasion, the time, all these 1 double tax and to indictment; and, if convicted Ceet.-lJlariann (Fla.) Whig. Which will be sold at Savannah prices for cash,or best, or 14 lb.bo'*, 'i it t*the importera same price when that wholesale
grocers
led the mini t6 pleasing reflections. To'think shall be fined not more than one hun- .. 'J. '5 country produce. the hundred pj Mel igei. they ht'b1

that two ears ago that place which dred dollars, at the discretion of the court. JAMES M, DANIEL having been an- BV THE aovE&xoa,OF 'THE'STATE or FL.JttIU. Chas. P. Cooper. Oco.B. Reab.N. 2. Tb wholmla, ;rocer allows only 13. er 14

was now all lUq, joy and love, was then the nonncod aa a candidate for the office of Judge of WHEREAS it ia required by law that an B.-Cash advances made oa Cotton consigned lbs. tare to the half$ < last. Thia w a cheat W.
armies "An Act relating to fines forfeitures costs, Probates, bib nomination ia hercby-'reiterated, held in this State oa the first to oar friends in Savannah Charleston will allow, in UK it stances 15 aDd Kibe,tare
bloody field we two contending .. Monday ia May next, for and New York. onthsssxne. 1 -. "
and other the and will bo anpported by MANY VOTERS. a .Register of Public 1.j
were struggling br victory-the roar of artillery -I moneys adjudged to State"reCers Feb. 8t 1849.E. Lands, to hold until the first Monday of October Dec. 23-tf. 3. We hereby' pu srUketo Ion every kind *f
the snout* jf victory, and the cries of i chiefly to the duties of clerks of'courts 1550; also; for Judges of Probate for the several t from fir to $Cttfttittyrr pod cheaftr tham

the wounded, arid dying which were then and sheriffs. A. DECOTTES is counties,to hold till the first Monday of October, Fire, Marine, and Inland Insu- the wholesale grsrsle.! J"
hereby presented by 1351, and for Justices of the Peace for each dis S.How can yea'?jio.hIs',astu the ooonfay air.chant. *
heard had diqJ away and given place to the in any of his fellow-citizens as a candidate for the trict in the several rance. '
"An Act amendatory of the several acts counties to hold for two years This is Mr aaawen W* an eonteat with
joyous laugh fcn| soft whisperings of love. office of Judge of Probates to be electod in May (all of said officers to continue in office till their 7 per cent profit jfifiitead of 23 aad 60 per teas..'
-
"It seemed jraleed like a peace offering in relating to Jurors and. State Witnesses"- next.Feb. successors shall b: elected and qualified)- Protection Insurance Company of N. Jernu., la wholesale groom.i "

atonement foyjhl Wool that had been spilt provides that clerks shall receive, for furnishing 8. IT IS RZREBT ORDERED That the said election AT SOMERVILLE. An English impOrUr lately boasted to as that h*
that be held throughout the State, according to law, J. V. VcoEHEKSS c'yWji.THOMSO.v, P/tt ff. could make muni opaer by sending bad.. t.t
upon .rtt.Our jurors and witnesses with certificate, and the offiesrs whose duty it is to order said elections the New York nutrkfrt than good teas. W* at*

young jand highly esteemed friend, A. the sum of ten cents each, and the sheriff i.'. will take notice hereof. CAPITAL $;iOOOOO. resolved to orerUfro this fraud, and now call
J. Hedrick scented to be the happiest of mortals. i 'Witness aiy hand and the great seal of the State, upon aents in svr town in the United State t*

He lookbi as if he had obtained that shall receive the sum of five cents each, for I. given at the Capitol,this 23th day of JanSXAL mIlE subscriber ha ring a ofattorney to come forward aad b iy the teas imported, the
[ ] uary A. D. 1319,and of the independence power Pdi1&' 7>a Contp: M' -*nd '.pledge oanelvss
which few eucdetd in, (though countless thou examining and certifying the same; that these IIARISE IXTELLIGESCE.. of the United States the 73d year. JL act for the above Ccmp my for Jacksonville, that if ia six mo: ti i they do not sell more tern

sands try it,)!tvy! girl of his choice. Miss officers shall not make any other than this W I. D. MOSELEY, Governor.. St. Augustine, and loss rianity is prepared to leans than the oldest i i Elizabeth carro Taylor the bride Attest.: policies against or damage by fire, oa dwellings will this o' tea without This
lovely PORT Or JACKSONVILLE FEBBCABY 8. we give r charge.
was all joy: ; lile. The occasion was specified charge, under penalty of ten dollars; A.E. MAXWELL, Secretory nf Stale. And stores also will mills,iuue merchandize marine policies, and furniture.on all marino Is nlain English exnnot be mlsandentood.
that witnesses shall not be allowed mileage January 25.ISI9.--2m.; We appeal for te* I is ny to tie immena taeeIII
certainly onelOI he mo't pteaant and delightful I CLEARED riiki, on the most favorable terms. All losses .
'a witnessed. Now for attending court in the in which i met by this Company will be paid at this agency. ofourAgentslin' Y.ypartofth.UaIt.dStatee.Agents
we ever cannot county Feb. 6, schooner Governor. Anderson Tew California Gold Mines Application made to ra- so iii nay Tote f* tkt Uniot -

we IaY'J i$ th, "Hurrah for the RIo they reside, but, i if Acquired attend beyondthe KeyVest.. WM. R. MUIR, Agent, ltd Stattt for the theee teaa,by which thy

Grande." no II f these passing events look limits of the 's'1 receive the riiirn, subscriber, desirous .of changing the At Morris Keil's store. Bay at., Jacksonville. can make money, s I moist a benefit upon the
like setting alp nOt only rapidly but glonouMY. county, PROCLAMATION. u. Plough for "the Spade and Rocket," offers Nov.2-6m. public by SUPPl'pure article .
.: sum of AYe'cents for each mile travelled ... for sale his valuable plantation known as "

May a bong 10f happiness attend this from their residence to the court-house. WHEREAS it is by law required that aa GREENFIELD, 'Admlnhtrator' UTollce. CATA IGUE, .OF TE..r

newly "An Act in relation to the be held on the first Monday situated oa the St. John's river, East Florida, 20 OS SALE ATPEKLN I C WAREHOUSES OF IBM
male; p1 contingent
_ expenses of May next in"the several counties of this State miles from Jacksonville, containing by estimate ALL penons having claims against the estate :A COMPANY
of the supreme and'tirc' it courts of for Judges Probate, whose term of office to eon including soms valuable marsh a portion of wh'ch John Middleton, of Jacksonville Davol I
Leti p.ase4i1d dng the late Session of t'nae to the first Monday of October A. D 1351 : ia reclaimed-about 3.000 acres.The county, Florida deceased, are hereby notified to 75 and 77 i ion atrcet.New York.
the,.Cueral Aaaentbljr. this State, and of the,Executive offices"-relates And whereas it is'made the duty of the clerks of situation already is healthy and convenient to navigation; present them within the time specified by law; t'I -- .

In fulfilment *lour previously expressed chiefly to furnishing stationery, fuel the Circuit Court in their respective counties to the: soil rich and well adapted culture of Sea otherwise they will'THOS be deluded-.JONES Acm.r.Decembr t> The teas a M tioned ia this eataloga, or*
order C sold Election to be heTd-r- Island Cotton,rice, or sugarThe buildings! consist done np in quart) r pound, half pound, &Del.
light &C. the of said courts. 21 tf
intention we, commence. the publication of for use. THEREFORE, IT IS RE2EBr OEDKREO, That of a two-story dwelling, cotton ginhoan, 1i pound packages;: ,1 i first or inside wiapper, istF
the titles of to such "An Act requiring solicitors to make reports said Election be held on said day at'the several 32 feet 21-2/-story. with grist mill 2 cotton gins In the Clretolt Co art. Eastern Ctrcolt of yif/yr-Lf H t"JF" J fcr kt iWlilJr .
acsL-aAding as we regard Ejection Precincts, In the county of Daval, for a outside b Chinese rice Ti
and running, gear complete negro' houses and Florida Da-ral County. > wrapp r paper.
of l5uJiti importance a brief detail of of the State ani progress of' ,cases, civil Judge of Probate for the same; tobe governed, other necessary,building nearly all new; 5 of 600 WiUiam'ClUDpb.n- Asscmpsit t laid Company sell aoitt 9lat GOOD TEAS done,ia

their ions and criminal, in which tbe State is a party." managed, b.nd conducted in the rains manner as I acres cleared,together with stock of hones, moles YL. >> at SIM : damages this superior inoi JTM i, aQ of them grown ia the
pror;; U now provided by law for conducting the Elections and hogs; a:valuable JACKASS;' crop of corn andpeswag6n Isaac moat laxariaatdsVfctsorChiaa.I U>Coaaty
"An Ad to i ;duce the rate of taxation "An Act relating to the mode of appoint Tor members of the Gsacral Assembly Thareturns [ carts 1' farming .ntcnsUi, &e. Also, fKlHE defendant II.AIger. and.) all other In attachment.interest-. dealers may selec | i S small a quantity of cash
ment and duties of of said Election to be made,sent, and forwarded about 23 ike&i! eroe from 12 to 19,years, JL persons dad as they: lii i ad hara them packed ia ODe
Atkctiooeers"proidesthat ed, are here r'notitied of the institution of
upon subjects nw taxed, and to levy a tax to"the Clerk 'of tbe Circuit Court, under among which is ayaTuablo Carpenter"The : chest. These ten 11 lo come in five pound packages
upon cattle -of \onresidenfs"reduces; the each of the auctioneers'lappolnted.1 i forMonroe' the fanae in'.es and regulations a1 are'now provided above property if.hot previously disposed this the declaration suit, and ore,filed-reqairod otherwise to appear and plead will be to called "qnotJti asM a. very eoavealsaX faacifaX -
judgment
by law for 'making and sending Election returns of will be sold'at suction the nd portahU _
a
privately
mbia oa po. f
] ; Leon Franklin and : pie w
tax of 29 per ceot. imposed by the act'(f ,. .,1 oun; to the Judge of.Probate: said. Election to mLjcs;on'TTiitrjrfay, the 15th day pf March next.' awarded. according to law. Persons nai< BJ in any port of the iDlte
iR.'DORMAN Pirs
Jan. 1841 in aM.tion to the taxes imposed ties shall, on the first Monday in eacb'month, DC'lidd'ond ondl '_ 'ttho snpoYintendcnceapdmanagepipit''of Possession. Mven Immediately DO cbmpnanee with' Jacksonville,Dec..let, 1343. Dee.Atfy.7-3m.- States, or Can U .'can order any of the teasia
render'to'thejax collector! ; 'the .roU 1rin. persons, who the term'''!a1' 'In the preparations < this catalogue bylor,ia quantities to suit their
by the acts of.1345. to 10 percent : a:ieohi&writiitg, are uncW arpointed' .Inspectors or-siid* Election; to'r'pla"utra1 th crod will 'bS'madoof which. -kDMIN18TftATOR'3: NOTICE ...Six wishes.- We pock } iem in Chinese boxes and
.'Aa Act to append the 'revenue laws in to be sworn to before said collector, of all 'iLlf 'Ti in.T. 1 iOil tLtt 4* ..,-t : the p&rchase eat' "avail. himself.1 sh riS!" prefe* xm. months after date I shall apply to the Honor- deliver them to'h 4'; Forwarding Merchant tree
Jark.r Pnrittrf: OWv .Wood 'RobenBigelow"and
r Jn'ffthe whole oT'the aboopertytoether from charge for psjdjaag or cortof Th aes.hou.ld *
sales made ,hirnedhmiI1paT'vertoTht 1.C' ,. ablo-tbe JdHgo'*f Probates of the County of NidlseUargo -
t
force in this 8u from CIiar1e'WDbwutnk. \ the order.
--cxempu the,. payment i u < trI'itelrind persouwisng! ) a sn.fe'Llldprofibblt sanIo a final from adauaiatratiia always ocoM faay
collector the amount of tax due thereon taking 'Sl r "JMr, BadPrriittV Jow Beast.iI'; 'n, skttivflie1dont: 'm twftb(! my N TEAS .
of a capitajt'on tax all who are so crippled h' .. the Estate df John Dixony deceased. G .
King3ey. .ibb /bd J&eofge \: eo.tadftr H rnora\I Jf tY hiftYit l'atif Ij qW ees j '
JAMES
maimed,.'deformed, as to be unable his written'. receipt7 therefor; .and'each CnttfftMnetJ Charfe Browird. Wit! sible"by"stcaiaboatt1 hmnfng'1'..:_"week'from Deoesnber i 14-fta.r GREEN: Administrator.. i ito H Young. IIy on, goinjj r .' SS
auctioneer; in other counties than those above Ifam'Braddock'iibfaKobW; Tumor "' = !.' If' Savannah to Picolati on the SfJohVj;'can'Visif f : 5J
to obtain their living by manual labor. 1 'Mvidariif Prtrfnrf r1 Albert G. PhiliptJam*! kt ,date &th. 1 I C swTrr. -.1-1
or addraslll e anearly *ttbjaa, us ,C.\V. IKtWA'LXU .. ,
"An Act to amend I the revenue laws of named, shall, on,thef first Mondays) .of May Saints and Chandler S. Emery. '," aa deposed t,.aeii on, rab1e,terms.JOr.FUh: .' 'exinifioe': '7$'
;November in each year, make returns -JUqck Ctale. Prtd rt \Jon }L Wbe...lw.'' BcnJaSaXn Oft if'.irpdonehaif.-or,twO'thirdt thAaouutoa AUO& ::, 9 COCKSEIiOR.AT LAW, .- 12'1-2
this regards M
State as hawkers, pedlars, and 'a d 4thd 1t C6.r. : a credit of .ia,.-.Mmont.Uiatisfactac1 silTon ftf.1 00
itinerant traders;tf-proviJes that former and payments in like manner to the collector, TAwrmtrCfc PrtCtnrtVSftrint Biiiallt..B Ja- scented? 1" G ll' .,. CY1R1.'x C U4i 01 Will pn.et.f' iD'an the Courts for the Eastern SitTor'Ie 1J sold evm by fargo dM2rr,
and shall the ward to the .min G. Hitrginbotham and William Thomas,'Jr. '; lA' ,id..P % .D\.falC. r"", Circuit, and in the Federal. Court for tho Northern because of the very teall ]rolls made oa iUsate..
shall not be eo construed as to apply to those oa arne. dayfor C'a V Hill PrteinHt'\ ltiam 6/Harris,'Hen y I' Januarj25-rtdr' '.t .1 '",... '.d' .,j 1,1'01 tri-l J'I oride., This is a very ivwribr Tta.' :

who dea), in StateCouprg1l lcjr a f prt Sr JYJfi&Jj total E.. JMcockiai4 Mlijah Cater.m 'J". I" X .*rt. t01: 41 JtJ rtit".A fc'"t *... ,4f41T' ..ft Golden Cheap IZo., Plantation or Garde
persons exclusively goods and ,; 9 oelackfi'thE .,:; LYTHK .CIRCUIT. *\
uf sales effected him 'Tolls- to be opened at morning. ''-,, ..tAdniinistratrijJ .Notice, n" COURT, Growth $1 CO. :sGoLDKt .
wares Manufactured .in this State. amount.' ,. { by, ? i&c&c. 43TU BOOB tbertfaftecca practicable a closed at _;&... 111P' EASTERN CIRCUIT" FLORIDA : 'Sr. Jams CHOF..Thii is the finest Greea Tea

"An Act relating to the duties of lax collectors together with Duplicates of the receiptsgiven, So'cloek-Ja thBallertoon i b f tbe-seal ntt *.'of.sid Mief""Given persons fsrftebted,to the Estate of Henry 1..i"'I'J' 'JCoc'TY; cultivatedia ChiasLjIlt is of lbs In pJesangs,
Ky the'tax ? fcjf*the anl -' BdertnyhaAdtand1 ALL deceawd, "ite of Du'a1couaty. arereqraci4 and excels an other (rreen Teas for its deaeaey of
; cpljecto hnnj Jnnr.
and tax' and for .amotznvp j -9nlitB\ .v.Cireut Court at the Ourt-H.ua*ia .. William Ajken, IUBentofon this lea
and
Assessors other purposes'Vempdwftnj .,tft. come fprwara and.ma amamed* e Aftminstraior. &c., or. flavor, strength i;
M thi
said report to be regularly Eoni.tdcdas [SEAL! JafcksooviDa; shgy.bf'.b.da.t '. fterscbienntitJeAto has never reached: this country except in small
the payment n4 allcreditwt,>eattfs,*nd '/
tax collector assess I .evd :'i kV.tIM9..4: t5eLhs .011 f } William Aiken- deed, Chancery:
there sates br .distab.uUon in tai4jE t.&Lo;are bercVy .' lots, as presents importers
whether
aforesaid are so 'complainants.-
t. '
noj :11'. I" .t. "OSCAR 'HAR1''tJI'Feb
'
colkct :
and taxes i>on all taxable property : ; a notified that'unless \..exhibit their claims to Bill .
of'office tbe'a'actioneercontinues : :i. "" Clerk C\$tJJ v : to fondott ':- Hyson very fin*, 75
)long as.the term : joe within tnVtfme "prescribed bylaw, they will Charles W. .
which nay not bye been assessed at any : J If < i '-' 1 '-4 n. ." Simons l.agt. Plantation growth .< 100 '
the 'tax collectors' .., .. ,.- .. ,, be forever barred. ',- HI T i,4j"ttn D. harlot
to Benjamin ,
; nwteBjjjhmintarid : .i-'I\ I tl s t''.fl't Gunpowder,goody, 7S
.time since 1845; and also that'all persons 4''Not1cc.'r4'D 'I J. 'M; Hiw SUSANNAH'HARTLEYi- Henry .jArmstrong .* :(
{ 'J4. nV5J )II superior '- 1 W.
'who shall fail to l{render to the assessors at report on the' 'first'MoftdayBl of !Xnon'tti after ai'w.irnrappij' to"'U1;:I'3 .t't i>:,1"Jf-V'Jo"1I tJt''ll.' m .at", .1Urhiri. .. .1r.T'l'hn':,.f" IT having been made to'appear satisfactorily by 44 .amaUJo'dIpI&ttationpwthI25'Imperialeod. *'.
DIll has been
to'feceive'a affidavit, that a duly filed ia this ffl
and. U
May and Ngvember, com- !! -
the times and pl&es fixed by law,.their.'respective ; ; | JBigi'of'probati. of &< cr'- ;';.gn .> ,-r- "-fl-I F'1 Y. '' ',' 1s '1 c4uae'ka4 thJ.t nfl the defendants t.herein reside frajraaV100 .

lists 'Usable' I be mi'son of five. per Cent' 'The.jal1eti rhd ac4uittane'od. .t dJ ... at&te'Of"( .,,,.JamClJaMt'aOC'd.l.. A'T*tetaY.r jf" property,. htlla.il'.to'"m ke s.etsaflbe 1&. IT!, .id.0," .,, lf t l iUtooUIGEJt'.OfO.A.'itn"; \. -IdK ClfoaU oU1arf"r.btIcI a 4h >Court HoaR States'of the'Union'beyond Jurisdiction of SkiD ptId aa*flavor, .f..?;
doable taxed u lWajiJMierww, provided by5W .1. x,4 i, .. "' in-JhIkaOUVj2.,toe t.be Ooaaty of Daval oar Wednesday this Court and its process; on motion of Complain! extlr&be. : eu
1fT, h'aWfrf'ii uoubje! i:tWbri'1dk? d by e. la' 111.'iN I K'OD'. A "lll.1t the-2ZcI.y.llf! i N.rember*ia.year of ant's Solicitor, IT n ORDERED,"That < ? -i aetzare-of & 'and aiKtion- Feb. 8-6m. ... I I I.Ale oar LOrd'tote-thousand eight hundred and fortyeigbtt'Presentho and each of them' do appear and answerrptaiant' BLACK TEAS.
"An Act amendatory of the several acts ptoperty,. } if any "Itl'IStht'f Til "4' 5 Honeirable/'George-. Haw- Bill of complaint,1 within four Poucbou.nod.M&yor.! '. '
eer shall ,fail,to,.make returns,for;ne month kingJnde: .. .I 1h3pl "i now'in force, in ridatioq to the assessment \ I fin*, -] 4.} ao"
i BUsa E. CiCJ13tft
after the same are due, he shall forfeit his /.ExecutrixNotlce: \ I: .1' 11.1. "." ,.l,',t".I..f 'Ii'r. t- dos, that S&idBiII betaken confessed against f* verytujioriot. 78 ,'

and collection of the revenue"provides that. commission 'and'if after such forfeiture he ALL persons baring demands agaiast the Es- Martin K: Clopon. ..: 'I them"iTTsrtnrrnini 7ha.teertiDed. Souchong, good > ,t! ,II ;:
in each county, epcccpt Gadsden, Lion Jefferson ; of Daniel 31- .Stewart deceased late *f I' IT appearing- e.atllft.ehOJl *f the Court OUDKREW copy extra fi, so ,:
of this Order"be in
shall cell at auction, he, shall be liable to i indictment Columbia county; Florida will ptaaae present that the defendant i> this cause resides.out of the io the Eastern Circuit published Florida some Newspaper week with- Oolong strong,flavor, fine, -' ."*0 ";
Jackson jtTonroc Duval ,once a con- '
Waknlh
them to the undersigned without delay.- State of Florida"and beyond the 'of OOLOXO.-This :tejk is a crest favorite and
jurisdiction -
and, on conviction, to a jine of hot secutirelv. for four Months from this date.
Marion and.Levy,::5Afn/fi/ shall be ex officio Notice ia hereby given to all creditors and legatee tide Coart; Therefore,!;'en ,motion'of James''W. GEORGE HAWKINSJudge rives universal satisfaction
more than five hundred dollars, at the discretion of and persona entitled to distribution the Bryant Eeq'v Selicitoir for aid complainant, Very Ane, -, | 93
as essora and collectors therefore, except in Same for'selling ,Estate of th.aaid t.nieiM.Stewart, deceased, Itlis OE WD.'ITbattaaici'! defendant appear : ,CLERK'S? 'OFFICE, ) Extra fine,in one pond and half pouad ,
of the
the counties ni4d, there will be no election court. 'penalty that their claims and detnaada-against itaiA I and answer said bill complaint of said complainant Circuit Court cf.SL buns.County. \ eaU V>, _; ,- -.a .- SNqPusjltrs 75.
at auction without.being duly commis tate will be forever barred unleia.exhibited within withra'ihrWf monlhi,'* '* ; -* n'' J PETER B. DUMAS.;Clerk of mid Court, t' h. -. 'W, .
oa the first 'Mpnday of October next for sioned. The sureties of the auctioneers failing ,two. years from this date; > IT is FCRTiiin OECKito,;That a copy of 4hia "do hereby certify the' above to be a true Copy of aa Ns PLUS UtrsliThia tea U u sweet sad
collectors. i; :Any of-thoabbvo claims or demands, may be Order, duly certified by the.Clerk of this Court, Order duly made and entered Record In!the fragrant as a''noeasi.. U inside a perfume.that
to shall be liable tof axtioin :tpon'Ms presented-iaimy Attorney; Lewis Aldrich. Leq., fcorpublished in some newspaper printed lathe .boTg entiJUcd cauaci/fti t d'30thtiay of.0ctober .1 orden grwtb, and
."Aa Act Irovsdljag for the purchase on.the pay. { > I | ; a )ltw.aIIIIriU Alaolma conaty Florid..$ru Eastern Circuit o|,Florida cnco a week ooaflectt-: '. ;.. .> 1'.' .. { ..au .. is t1y delightfuL. s lb. ki4qrcrff4I z1aim
f
bond' Same .penalty. shall*be attacked( to date ) 41' 'ELIZA.'M'STEWARTIP 1 thrcoioatha.. ,.... ... ;'" 'lFWwit1 eisTirco'f. TDavo*'hereaato superior, l._
set
.d
part of the State;;i/lands'offered for. bale for ,1f or > ii conatr. .... ajfr
making a fis6.,relurn.'ojf"'iaiei. 'lje; State Executrix of the last wiUand testam nt'on t .n" O:5CAR..t.A&'t.I atrk .c-a.I4.c. .'do (us.] L 'Jnlhand and affixed tho eesi'ofsul4 ".fI4tr'J 0" .no.f.sl"1. .
taxes. Labds -tViui purchased may be redeemed DANI'ITEWART, Deceis4.l1HR27 hereby certify'to:above to be' a correct wpy of L ",CoOtt-&t'tbJClty of iustiDe.the : i.UI.n.ltowqll&.MWari,1.Ihuaf&Ddri.: "- :" :
by the thereto fh tax'upoir.; Bales shall be one..per. centupon. ; Br..upr'Colinnbi&eft4tj'I h.-- I aaQrdr-nisde.aed n&.r5d.or recjjrd.IB said ea- "". ,-30th dayof October.. 118. ; -' : a "". ?'
ptrspns entitled n ,. 'II 14' i t '" :
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thedate first above mentioned.JJltWYrftTOUWtEtEBr 1P: ; >UlfASt .'_
titlodxus ; -a- r
the gross'amount of sales on sales of Frbt8,49.; j Pekot.4aTOr.1' 1. :
except : t
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after IJ/t 04"C1 .
one year th* date of' sale upon the _--1 ,_i ,",. ) i I hereunto r'kC'; COrSL'Johns Coun.ocuierl3l ,. .' Congogoodi.j.. fl' .- .- _'&.
cotton not_ damaged, on which there shall be I Sale I E.utc' i hapdHd. fh,seal of "'. $.... .ams'" ", reryfiae, ,_" -
payment of-tie *.bole amount of taxes up to Notice of Iteal by AolisUa tuJtSuAn'd .tfrJ.. ig Cbart' f. ,-; .' J..2

the time of :'purchase by the State with all a tax of one quane'r.of one, per cent. There ., =; ,_,? 1.1.11 a .4 f-.1 ii$ ."HART,'tCIerk.ALACHVA h.p. : Fo _Sale. Pekbk. Flow1.gzrgtowtbs 'I !..,
', Iho Judge.of ProJsT -
shall be tax sales of ,old for aa TIa. l.f.-ctw. Besides the *iyr VpocTdaQy from China
on M
no propeTty %
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costs and exrens !.and interest on each itemat bate of Duval county, shall offer z.aakat. 1r1. .1'k. .t&; 1.U nnH AT very desirable tract or parcel of land aerral aplendid eborf J f tea, exclusively issMrted
the rate of 10 er centum annum. taxes due the State, or any city or county ,tho Court-Houso.iq.said cpanty on Monday, the. -- JL" 'lying on 'the'East side of the River Saiat by the JSck a TM Company,and,which w*latead

per thereof]; orpf sold I nnder execution second day of April next ensuing, (A. 'D1S49 .s'.. COUNTY.. *' "f..fiJ ECTOR'By John and in Dnval County known by the nameof"Naranjildesaa.Jose to copyright to preysut&ri-'-!..Let &gsasa
"An Act .prescribing a general mode for property ;: ,> tbfoUewig..deecribed i real, estate of the $ ," and latterly by the ready. S
the of LKtJises and or of property belonging to the State,-county. lite John P ChrisMpber,deceased, for the payment virtno of authority in me by law vested, I name of Wentinghom,". bounded by a line be- get i'F
issuing the payment of of the debts of. said dcowwod-to wittAcertain expose for sale before Inc.courthouse ginning at a.Hickory,tree aadditeh ia the bonk 0 Editors and Pnfebahera ofaemssapers ha U*
the tax thereon"-.'rovides that any person or city;; or'of property..old.'by ati'executor, :tract'or parcel of land situated in Nossaa doort the town Newaoasville-,-Alachua county -, fthe; -River SL.John. and mnaiaj North 45 United States. Caaadaa, Wee fcUBea, Jte. wk
administrator, or guardian. county,contaiaiag about:640 acres, 150 of which on Monday the 4th day.f Jane; 1349,sa mach East, sevonty.ono(7l) chains to'a pine tree mar will rivo tho above :13.inaertiona in their respao-
taking oat & lia-ast shall pay a tax thereonto U planting land. Said tract lying upon a creek of tb'interest,4f following canted persona in ked with a.erods, (X) where rt meets tin King's tin warnals iacladUettts notion will be.
the Sheriff o j&e county, who shall givea "An Act supplementary to an ,act .passed branching out of the river iNassau and about one the 'Amdoado & 'in,said county.as'lDay.-be Road* :Thi line separates it from the Little Saa for the stem to any-,!aa.they may ehoo*t*Weleet
at this session; relating to the' mode of appointment milo up the creek and the creek being navigable necessary to.pay the taxes due for the year l4dl, Jose' Ashley's field -thenoo running along theKtair's fraavtha-abors btftJogae, at the p ioe tk re
receipt thereto-.1. fjnaming the person, business to a Doff upon said tract; it being the same tract and the expenses'attendant upon said sale, vis j, Road North-wojtorly, seventy (70) ciin.and umed\.lIatlb1: parcheajag of tho Company swfa
amount which shall be filed in and duties of Anctfoneers11*-requires of land upon which the aubacribcrhas planted for So much fit the Interest of bloodgood&,Tiliston thirty (SO) links, to a pine tree marked with aCross tae atnoont of theif\ which they sf%U KUHyto
frp auctioneers to bond with two some 1.anan4 the same granted to Spicer,Christopher i as will pay thirty-sevea dollars and seventy cents. (X) standing at the head oft, branch, which dispose of as.. .' Ap. 10', EM?.
the dert i joffit* and the clerk give or of follows until it. falls Nov. 23-l3iDI'l \ '
.! thereupon by the Spanish Government. and e *-alsov-so:much of the interest branch'or stream into the hd'. .
shall issue the lii we ... ; any person applying of Probates in such the"' of Administrator of the estate of,;. < fifly-soTen; nd one.hslfeents and expenses-aUo. along 'the shore of said river to the said The 'largest $est aarf-.ckeestDICONAflY
fort lice to retail spiritaoas.liV samas .,Judge,
w aha11 tIe r the elerk't office bond Probates may prescribe. Talbot Island Fob .-. pay eighteen dollars and seventy-three centS and by survey three hundred and.M1 (350) acres, : ,
a '
of JesseDosnoafr' less.' '
expanscWalsoi' so much-of the interest more'OT .
payable to the! lpfcvernor leAn for the relief:of:the Sheriff and I and In the EP, It ee.kimsdb1v1TER's .
in the penal sum : Act ; will pay two doUars thirty' O For, particulars, terms, &? apply to ,
of four hundred Assessor 'IIi i .iAdntiaiiitratorV.Notice* ::1 b1foents'ndipenseat3o'co" _.cia ofthe Interest C. W.DOWN1GAgon&;
idlu eondhioned Tax Collector and cf.the of .
that the couqty. '.tao heirs of Wlliam Taylor as Will pay Jacksonville, E. F. "

applicant abat1 L"p a quiet .and orderly Hillsborough. ,;'"* t. V .ji NOTICE, is oix hereby months gften from,'that this, after date the J sb&U ci- .seventeen. .WJ, dollars ninety-eigbl aim'SO SBBoh f*Of" tkreo.fourtb.w.f. the interest i", !Sept.21. tf81OO u1' catiiiaw .

'bona, &..;' lhaany I;;Ii' clerk. ahall j ..fail toi. '; "An Act in'relation to the"; Com ptrollefsoffice"fixee apply to the Judge, .of.tho court of Probates for of .ilutD: nrnnnl.1.*- u.*&.TV fiTe dollar and lie ward' :,by.1.Professor pp.W uourw tc.,or.}_isis... i nw.-
make of thirst county to be dissharged.from my adtniaistratonhip .ztsnsoi-Ok0' so much of the in- d
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I 1 8eS sea n the first the salary of;Comptroller, of the Estate of Joha B' Christopher!' forty iciest centa'and ofbi TNeir to rkAasaciation,te re*entod by. WILL bo'given for the'apprehension tif Joha; Uu"Tl Did* mint U17 eoaaHuttf.'t rLda4sac Vl.An":!it .recess

Mondays of )7 and October,he.shall',bewibject from and tfteAhe'rskdayofJanuaiy, 1349, deceased st.i"r LEWJSCHRlSsTOPHL'kAdm'r ,; 'William Tborn;'" will pay twentyrflve dollars HAttDtj: who escaped from UM Jail ia testimony give.t(1 tIto. seth by aan PecaiJestaof
to .fi c0Uan ."* : >h l ttti..K-j&-\ I&H of the Estate of John B. Christopher,deo'dPi fertv-eiffh and Oft -fouJ1la cents and expenses Dun Comity on th* night of,the Sd of January 5th 1tthdS41i6ir7. -
twenty for eItch at eleven hundred dollars per annum.cf .,,'.- ,. .TAI OT February,. .8,119.. ,101 -i iii i rf ** tZa <' i. '-fk--
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orenee. e'"ubjed top. : VA fCf l if .1".1." r." ; .. .(.; ". .:1." H h". ... ,. !. ,. ."'" .' Wiilpay <*gh .dollars'clghl and oat-half cent and Larceny Paid HAKDCT.is'about:J5 Si *ioIa St anti.r f
the .ft.
tiei i ba cas ,01. trim.-toJJDake report a ,_ Dg f. .'"_ .. ; .Co*. till tL: I.,.I.c./', !n.ar4-l'llotI' .? 1t.xpenMs alw, 1O.'uiacOf the''interest ofjifoaVJwvts ytars-o'd; about 9 feet Inches- hieh,'rather light .yoth.r: J Bft. stitaary nrpOd te'ttueoatry
t.tUit. ;
tuor'.Prir. t'Se t'enhe1"a .Jtvttt 41 it2.iJiT.( **i X7"'fl'7il* '.,f ; .J as will pay font,46ll n and seventy. coatleeted.. but saUow, haJr light:or. sandied *r any AbrIt, stkia week yet ,
:& ,I T4k oD hoMdzya yU r f|11Lbo. Mid *for Ah* M'tftvember. f. : fJl' the jay MAEETrtoreafcomatfV; 1'a&M1I'I Israel Foot as.will pay six doUars ninely-thwo. thta'and' wosely u.pf*. beard thin and not 'JiWil,. -mc acit pl.t.work 0,1M..1II&

Persons'' E. titp i:fronirit andbe I stahl ip.kis 1isoiu,the edk$Df :' aofontlx..cents aoj xp wes-iela5"SQ muohcf bering.' ''BseanrHdal two aerroes with him wbe*' any.astiQE.a.a.Lot,st..Han:;Wssmi3.rWe '
.b4 -i..N.I d. ii'c: withr 'nh the interest rJ. Johnson be seePed tPODl Jail; shies which time be ban Ben t:. -: '
: of 1 tI184ti4woljnndwd'dol :, '. .',.4,.. j rO$JM.Ja .:, _.. u will pay thirty other crimes. ,Tbe
; ( ; ro1rQ f *c1AboattoLtsn4. u."gClIJ aoiHa '. .dcipense-s1s rooming at lorn eonaaittlag : / re jh.ttldfhr kb.oanI th.adsr&Distseeniy .
-.takia& oettiLcenze a be subject lire t'a .u' p ;gvi {"t'f f .,. ,.7tNlf 1611 '.'lT UDl lO1Siua1t'ef Intosist otla.ost.swnty &b..ewsed wm lie paid by the-* *4.a.. Jr'i I.bi. 1II""he_. .

J 111t, .'It/tit' the n. r i J rt 1'k4" ''tto. .;T".... ,t"J'., 1.17' I4.'b..", oI'aock.Jep, nine dollars, and!"cb 'o.1I\a .ezpaass-i .his dSIII17t* the 8hSTIOfLfl1 Con 41" liontof *.Mk.blttb.u.e1s'<. .
-'Ct"'t t \ .aail aiumwt .,.:11J OttTM ;iWoo 1\ ;'JoHir M. Pors' : '-' "
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mtbs ibjai. .. au tide Tar or.re r.9woYide. tba.t ranaJ' f P .t.a.iJt 10111.. $Wbl wlat she. was sto1e.- wlO "Y\w.r'hai1dr4'eed"JW. ,c1 t L5OA'1"1', GuooaTY ,j KK M \.i-e7- ,\'
If ptepctr; "rt tdy which,wib.i&Z nty-4ervq si,4( 0IWt-ha1t cents safxen5Isluo l'mf'' ..AMRtE t.tmTItOJWiL field,_,Maav, ,.aad fcrI" $ t.l : f '
.- ._ 'JT"'J1i"L.. 'Tir: '.,.. ... '"' .1.'trj'i-n.' urJatr9ment'al'wri ... ,.hiJlU1'"roadily nteog. no nach of',..'twill sat 'UbcriL.ti as > 1lJ.P.Co. ," .4'_ <' t t.LEWIS GOLW.
J. ., Mntfltj l as.4'b1"' .bi" 4dli'. ct.Jsseag ais, ..wTcrassPriecs. .
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ip'a .,morel.' _.... _1 CA.\ 3 cents; rOl, ycqgcc &pgcqi'hoOt .J, : i.'rj-ff Ig",, r. ter'.t of Ite-M.vUMls.-!\m payt three ban.. 11",kein : rq'.1i'n.u I Augt.l1ltt': :
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W published gratis.Ccfamunicotions. UI :t from us our copy without some assurance that we or I.both, if there should bo both in the press also a complete American Chancery.Digest three years since I was violently..attacked with tral'in, Pditicsond'ttirofl.-

must be post!paid, would l-e able to replace it. same town, as the ease may be. to l&tt. In ono volume. cold and Inflammation of the lungs, which was -.:__ -:s1TERM8e4b ; _

LEWIS COLBY, 122 Nona Street,. Pi.I- Ah.wl'I 1' Adva.we. Of the Importance of this work If well done, accompanied with./very distressing cough,pain '.5 -
-"- THK OCEAN USHEE.Oct.jl2.im..- Tbe money for dabs must t*always sent In ad- nothing need be said;' for it is obvious to every to": the breast and head,.a very considerable discharge )
f ; aue.. Subscriptions may-bo sent at oar risi- lawyer.-Ta following letter from Professor GTM- of offensive mucus from the lungs, especially $3 a year, In adne..

CriAito Lim.-SaQs from JIJx wkly.Lb.TDLrcaPLs1acnuo (when the suns Is 1ar a draft ibesid be procured leaf show* his*pifiic both of the Meea-Uy of the upon.changes of weather, howevcr.slirhtv (At milE W-amow CcsrnxntItao.pe qf..
}1u4Zk rk,$st.'Mji.s. TIlE LADIES GAM.AJTD AND" 'DOLLAR ft Ib1i-4be cosi of-which may LI dednctcdfromtheamaeuit. Digest and the maantt to, whkh lt nas b tn preMessrs' first 1 felt no alarm, about ay condition, but was .L largest site, b printed <>&2dPajMr sat.
J with fair and to an
MAOAZ1MHS. AMren. a pretty soon convinced that I rapidly-going type, the j&&Mtensties ofTse
._. Ii,4.i
lQ ara, X pt RyrietfForQpKAif May20.AV. yfsHHE -- DEACON & PEARSON. : catiiiooe-igat* 4, 18. tn'x) consumption. I grew daily.weaker, and at popular fmilyjournalwlll eomrttofe frvorabrrwittH)
.undersigned having purchased from Mr. 98 Chtt *t Stntt, Pliiladelj' idJ .Lrrrte fc Bgiwinlhsvreeetvedyonr le-igth was scarcely able to walk about, or speak the best weeklies of the country1.* itt Us lee* tto _

Sxji. If Go's Lu&Fpf* Bremen J. J. Van Coort ''Tllir! LADIES' GAR Editors copying the above s fair-abstract of letter requesting my opmkm of the merits ot the above1 a whisper, such;was the exceeding'weak. aim of the editors to preserve a *ijh noral toni,*

1 and Southampton. '; LAND,", designs issuing it at the eoinmeucemen tt who will give notice of tbe new. firm and en- United States Vigoil. You will recollect that seven ness of my lungs. -During this tine I had tried and to maintain an elevated ata Urd of literary -

Hermann, Capt. Crabtree, 1:05 ,Xjtork, Sat. of the new volume, 4n January- 1848, to 'an Im Urged, or paper (we ask not that they shall be praised) ) years ago I strongly advised rthe preparation various preparations and prescriptions, but found excellence, giving.to. its conirtlfisufh'a varied! -
Mayt; proved style, and adding to it such'new and attractive In their editorial columns, shall bo entitled to anexchan"e. of one GtnrralDiKCtt of oRthtJuduvd Vermont no relkf- growing all the timeworso.Just hero character as to interest and hill' Vi aUtnmds and
Wa hiBirton, Capt. JohnfelonJ.ijFoil'icw York features as shall servo to entitle it to' a Such as are already entitled to an exchange of tie United Wa/eidown to the time of Its publication I was advised and persuaded, by a-dear friend to please all tastes.:' Besides tho 'bent:uewoior'
Sa Hay20. / TC.- high position among the literary periodicals of the for the current year, shall receive the and a subsequent annual publication of all Wilmington to make trial of your Syrup of Wild eign and domestic; the columns ftfiilte fare ontinentf

Hermann, Capt/ Crattrce, Ft extensive facilities
: .day Juno 2V< Wi'-J'i combining with that experience of Harrison's English Digest. 1 had long felt been prejudiced against-patent medicine and I 3hles, EvizysSkekh 'cesis -
and
of the best
[In this lino ilie steamers,lcaTiBNi| always for presenting to the public ono he determined The bet_ of the WteJdies. the want of such a work, and had no doubt of its am still against those coming out of the hands of from many of the ablest write: wif' the _
oa Lkli./ad Southampton ill '?Jth of the cheapest magazines in the country, acceptableness to.the-Profession*salt would fbrni empirics, out'understanding your claims' to the and the choicest selections': etilnartitZz4a4
to the utmost in'order to
iv nlh. U'lien the aith falls oa UAO day to tax the his MtliiOuixn"exertions more worthy,,than ever of Neal's Saturday Gazette a.a complete synopsis of the Common Law in profession and-practice .of medicine, and having Ions from the literature of Kig b U France-sad- _
Atom New Yo&wi render all the States, with annual information of its progress faith In the jcrmany.- -* sI
fq thLtj tho liberal patronajjp it has already received, and 'NEW VOLUME. implicit saying of my friends, I forth i i*! n VTnr
and improvement, and would entirely super with purchased Dr. Shaw, ono of LetItrt sesthettEJi
gain for it a wider and more"enlarged pphere ofnsrfu1ne. f you agents, from Georgia to
.tIDtPEtDCT Froi ( sede the ufto of State Digests, besides relieving the a few bottles, and commenced its use. My disease
CONTAINING MORE OF LITERATURE AND NEWS pronounced by all who hateri4 n; the abirot' --
t United Stato?. Capt. Hack'rtaif Forjjvcw York, Profession from the expense of many separate volumes was at this time of twenty or twenty-five months
It; will not be expected that, in the limits of a ITS'COTEMPOBAniES AND vindications of the.South*from tlandeirs and
OF to p
ANT the trouble
THAN and
of Report and delay
'Wed. 17. 'I[ atandingand.consequent1y was deeply seated. j.
May >
; brief Prospectus, he should go into nn enlarged ; falsehood* pf northern fanatlclnated.from ;ttiat ever cmawr -
Sarah Sand?. Capt. Thomrwe, fjor JScw' York, detail of the improvement*he intends carry into STANDING UNRIVALLED AS A PARLOR procuring them. ; found, however, considerable relief" from ,the use ; the PrcM.:will W'n *;? v"ucr.articles'on '
Tu. JuncG. | |
Sarah &unl.vCapt. ThOMptonJ Fr,J evv York, it to sny, that wUM thoBcft accomplished that design, in a manner, I believe, lie speaker, I frequently attempted to preach with intho- crusade now m rtw?'against the
rMoO. Aug. 7. j H 1 (t : eat's Gazette now enters upon its third year; rnt irely satufactlory. It is as trustworthy any my increasing strength, and thereby ruptured institutions of Southern g---" "*- thopansofdistingushcdoathemcrs.1
awl Artutie Talent P4 {
Sarah Sand*. Capt. Thompson, tt or Jacw York.Tu. Literary and its publishers have abundant reason to Digest I have had occasion to make use of,and those vessels that had already begun to heal:In

Oct. 10. 5" 5n the country will be engaged to add attraclionS- congratulate themselves upon its brilliant success, will naturally find a'place in the library of every this way, doubtless, my cure was greatly retarded..
For Havre* to the pnRcs of." Tnc LADIES' GAR USD," its triumphing over all competition, and obtaining for careful lawyer. Nothing now remains but a table In consequence of acting thus imprudently, I had -

r LYTdteI Stste >? I.kt.f1o ew York, readers will be compelled to admit that their patronage -> their enterprise the reputation of boing/nt among of cases, which is much wanted, and the issue of to use twelve or fifteen bottles before;I was perfeetly ; justly classed amdng the meet;M ajirprodnctions.

Mon. Jr'I.. was m-ver letoived on a more meritorious the family jotmtnli*. the supplement at the close of every year;in which restored.. 1 have no question a much smaller of that able writer, is given todiately ur arte,Jmnm -
:, -- _ I publicatioo. In short, it i* the projirictor's intention It has often been remarked that tho Gatotte.ha. good work we shall wish yon all possiblesuccess.. number of bottles would have mode me sound,'but on its arrival in this cuutales. $4 Aserfc at

Cnura Lixr-For LiVt.* (, to rankc it one of the bust und uioet jxipular, more of original thought and useful information' .Your. obedient- servant'SGREENLEAF. for the above indiscretion. The Syrup allayed aiustratiTe fAn.erfram4htviciiAre

Cambria. ILLrraJ !'r b York, ns it undoubtedly will be'Tho in it than is to bo found in any similar publication *, '- '. .-- the feverish habit, did awaytbo distressing cough, paration. and a series of 4 z I.

\vcJ. TIsy Tatrf.2L t : Cheapest Magazine in tl!?u. aj

Cafcdoui*, GipL Lcitci, From Wed. The large outlay of cnjiitBl which the prosecution now extending into every section of the Union, be ready- the course of the summer. : ana gave them and the entire system good shortly be conn&enceiBat ktseedict- -
and In the of time affords health. :I have this certificate
unparalleled same space .deferred offering
W.y SI. i iJlibernia I of his plans mast nst-essarily involve,con only Lftl of Rcporti eontained in-the United State icularize. Our close prpxinuty lc great ai4
substantial evidence of the general approval with till now, for the purpose-of being perfectly satisfied '
Capt. JEbannonWed kko1 York, be justified by a eorre.-poniin increase of pntron- which it Is received by the reading public. Digest and Svpi'tment, 5 volt. roai SeQ.- with the'peripanoney of the cure; and 'DOW cat, commercial, and literary 14r'uWA ott.
latest Intel'
June 7. L n That enabjcs.n this country
i arc on the pnrt of the litcrarv public. Vols.
I feel well I oScr it with
that ,
t ICIacaxa, Cii pt. :Uyric, From I4bn, Tl'cd. Jane will he secured be cannot doubt, nor does he question TTie Useful and AgrttaUt. United Plates Reports, Including all the Circuit perfectly REV. J: P. JORDAN pleasure.,' licence on'all 'subjects as prom; off'any of-bof

lf- j iI the fact that when the subscribers to theiAuT.D" By eaitable comraent upon,the wprld as it pass Reports, -, 75Maine Dublin County, N. C. lortbern contemporaries; andtits Vpaper1S9
that wil at least
feel re
and on
,
large Cheap wo
what he
intends
( see a fpOcimen'of the inoft liberal have been made 25
es, arrangements Reports,
OCKASTM XAV. CoV Lr4ortthanip- claim with the worthiest of) Jspm to the paftronagc -
thut .Magaiine to be, they will wonder how so superior equal
such 12
talent
of
to secure an array varied as can be.i New. Haintwhira Reports, -
ton and Bremen.Hermann. ; bo furnished "- HOTEL tfubJogton of the southern public t4'boee pecnnar -
a publication can possibly for found in no other weekly publication, and thus to Vermont Reports, 25 1LLER'g City
Cut.t. Crabtrcc, l-'ioc Nf-W York, the insignificant price of its subscription. They combine in the Gazette the best features of the Massachusetts Report, < .**r 51 _L'- D. C., corner Fonnsylmnia' 'avenue and interests our',Journal i* especialfirriN otcd. Oevtormined -

Wed. May 31. ', !. may l>c assured,however,that every promise made Magazine and the Newspaper. Connecticut Reports, .. 24 12th street, EDWARD II. FULLER,proprietor, to do alF to our powct.aerit Uieir paitronage
Wa hin-ton, Capt. JoLaston, Fmn Nfftv York, shall \n scrupulously fulfilled, and the merits of It has, from the first, teen-the steady aim of New York Reports, : -y 72 who most respectfully calls the attention of his ,it is most respectfully s*lii U4d- Mlrms* .

Wed. Juno 31. < }I TI5DEFEXDEVT :,. the "AEI.AXD" be so enhanced as to win its way Neal's Gazette to render a welcome visitor in the New Jersey Reports, .* .. t 20 old friends and patrons, tad the travelling public* popid., !
l to public favor to a manner-unexampled to the domestic circle, and to secure to itself the rcputa? Pennsylvania Reports, .. 68 general, to his present establishment now in TERMS: 'r .
Li'-For ?OBtll BJ-loiJ, IlavrO, history of the popular literature of America. tion of being pre-eminently the Ladies Parlor Delaware Reports, .. < -. .3 full operation having opened on theist of December Single copy of the Continent, one -
end LiverpooJJ I'i J? TERMS Companion. : Maryland Reports, 25 last. The building Is entirely new, and Three copies, j' I S6

TTnited Plate.', For S. & llavrei FJom Iww York, And, to this end, our columns hare been, and Virginia Reports, -, 42 was erected under his own immediate superintendence Seven copies," - r/-'fc tM-
5L June 10. b, : : The terms upon which THE LADIES' OAKLAND will continue to be, graced by contributions from North Carolina ReporU, -* 26 with the strictest attention to comfort and Twelve copies,* -2Scyenteeji -t'W, IS*

Sarah Sand, For Liverpool, Frno. "C-T York, AND DOLLAS MAGAZINE" will be furnished, ladies of distinguished rank in the literary world South Carolina Reports, -. ., ,SO convenience.' The rooms are large and airy,with ,copies, rt<- :IP -.vIn *
Friday: July 7. !iiSarah | ; arc as follows: willbe In each, and furnished In a manner com -
fireplaces
> the post year having given evidence of what Georgia Reports, T 4 All newsubscribers, single "or" clubs, wOTbejE
$and For Liverpool, Frota Kciir Yo'k, .. 1 copy, .gl 00 done in this respect, by furnishing original articles Florida Reports, -.*, *,' 1 bining luxury and comfort. The furniture, beds, entitled to a pamphlet eopyof'AlYuIec froith
Friday, t<*)|'t. 8. J "Jf 4 copies. 3 00 from Miss Leslie Mrs. S. J. lIsle. Fanny Alabama Reporta, .. -. *. .. 23 bedding,-te. are all new throughout the house. Sonth," cpnprising letters from, j*.toMas
Sarah&unK For TJverpool. Froii' -2TeT York, 7" .- .;; -500 Forrester. Mrs. E. F. Ellet, Mrs. hugh, Emma Mississippi Reports, ._ ? -. 14 The ladies parlor is most spacious, fronting on sochnsctts. and to the Sontherr t&L-s ; also, the1
Friday, uv. 17. J 1 1.FOVU 1. IS -- --.. -- 900 Duval, Alice G. Lee.Miss M. J.McIntosh, Mrs.E. Tennessee Reports, ; .' 24 the avenue and opening on a splendid balcony,the back numbers of the paper conl ii O&g **Domte jrfce -

17 -. 10.00 B. Smith,- Mrs. Caroline Orne, Mrs. Angels Kentucky Reports, .* .; 43 furnishing( which to taste and 'elegance will & Son" gratis. ..
80 -. 1500ULUBBINGi -!ia1 .Meets Duncan,Mrs.Caroline 1L Untler, Ohio Reports, -. -- 15 compete with any other in the .Union, Private : 1

TI1OCSAXDJuUishtd '4'II Maria lloseau, Kditb Harvey, iiiancbe Henna trd, Indiana Report,, .6 parlors-for parties requiring such accommodations.r. PROSPECTUS I -
ti Mrs. Griffith Mary Morton, Mrs. Elisabeth J. Illinois ReiortiMiuourlUeporta. *, 5 -_In the arrangements throughout no expense has
in about rioHf THE, .
as mans, of For the convenience of those who.may desire to been spared to render it in respect onsnr- iI PF qi -
; Hi Eames, Alfee Seymour, Mr*. 8. J. Howe,, and ,,--, ,* 8 every
Benedicts History cf 'th&13ap. form Clubs, we make the following propositions i many others, whose productions are an honor to &rkansssRepufts, r- f 11 .? .,* passedbyany'Hotenn'WMhingto/- fee*. tr -.:) L14'P4W1ta, -ii --, -
For five dollars will furnish three of
copies
we The volume of, the Gazette now MOB*everyday .desirable being about midway
!. .. tists. ""The Ladies! ( arl nd,"'and two copies of the our commenced country.will be even .more brilliant in this re* Total of v aaes dl&estod. -f- 5-. -. 9Of between the Capitol, PesiJent's' (House and the rW
''
I Saturday Evening Post,? foe ode"year. ipoot than thai whivh preceded it, and by the aid a majority of these Reports no DfsjesUfcavelitbertn exe tived Mitiflents. t ffjna: --' ; nefld.PaEiSirhlJWdikIJ-h.4> | t't .
(ff-Afew mare eampcttnt ..AgeltJitible mzrfisdjio- For ten dollars, seven copies of The Ladies'GILtIROd" Julian *! the others Fiom-Ef < F.'s |ong experience thehusines
:of Tam, Cramer, and a vas array of I>CCB nude, and of many of the THE
.enptoyrn.a1 is cirruZiting /i<> i 'ok us and four copies'of th0"BatUday Ere- gentlemen contributors- 'hare'won enviable )ieests are old, and consequently IaJerect}'and (eighteen years In the city of Washington)lie coming contest iera4itmqanes The
_z w Vrt sqJeILICJ, parti44* minff.Post" will be furnished.n> reputation as writers, "Near* Gatotte" may, tn the expena of a Pgest of the United States Court feeb 'assand of affording-saUsfaetion to aU who to the ;WhigT Florida. v fourmt.-

Vcitrrn and SutUhtrn Ktattt Afj |A he pubr1'iHhen. -- For fifteen dollars,seven copies of" M The Ladies'Garland" all, its departments,. challenge comparison with leporti, and that ,of.several of the ,individual oral honor hint with their patronage U soliciting tens for-thje-'first'timr heanl 1Jaiun.ijj* t
of. the
.- I : and seven copies of the Saturday Eve any periodical of the day.on either fide of the Atlantic. States, Ii M' auck--or mere, than"the above-de which no exertion win.be spared -on Us part to Chief tire'- Magistrate and ExecntiviEC1BK j ILeprentar the -s
With the above work may bo cirenUtodtbytAgenU ning Post"will be.faruialiedwith' an additional as regards,JU high moral tone Its interest scribed Digest of aU the United States Court Reports merit tbelrcpprovaU:' ?' Lor rT. to Congress an > -
THE BAPTIST IiIBJlAlnY, copy of each to' th Postmaster:or other person for sifelasies of readers, and its essential value as and all the. Stato Reports,so that a lawyer The charge for board #1.50 per diem. > State are to- h&! chosen vand-Lcgl4 ors eIe. -
whom the Club be raised and the whom will devolve the appourtwent of a Jurdiciory -
through selection upon
may The Bar is famished with the choicest
7b'nw.Jumes in one, royal octan jfoihvf tna remitted. a household '! : will find it cheaper to buy the WOLE than to buy and V United States Sebktorr'AsfJbir*

it* uniform with the Uittorv,\coktitt- in*.nftuiaOOr money For twenty dollars, we will furnish ten copies of .Social Anntttmtntt far At Ytmng.In only State.those of the United States sds and Ms 14-own affords.Cf Wines LIfwn; .,. .sad. .. Cigars that the. market,_, ittte$ i*invoiced Uu'political trdZ ifiitg tf ftarub- -

n e *. I The Ladies' Garland" and ten copies of the conformity with the impression that the week mar APorteiwtll be In attendance S. at r tbe .can on >friran to. ''oue. Tlie contest isMa\tstrifof5v*

The library has been before ttjc pubjie mEciontly Saturday Evening Poet/* with premium copy ly newspaper is exeeedingQr Important tetbejnvenlle ACADEMY VBTDER THB DIBBCTIOKOF their arrival to convey baggage to thoHvftl Tjee mastery; and the result-wifl fitbeateofthom

long to be known as contnining> large of each work for one year to the person raising the branches of faemlUvaaamaeani of awaken &ADIK8 OF TIlE $ACitED UK ART, of expense. jvanq.wstisdperbapa irretrievably1.Vjfc'thert.orB-'
amount of yaluaLIo reading, and a bttrAwr of excellent Club'and remitting the money;. t -- log literary taste, and for creating a fondness for NEW TOU.IC.IThe ii becomes the Whigs to gird themselt a with might,.
idiMtinct works no where CKO to \f! fihnnd.If .- For thirty'dotlaw, twenty-ftuf copies of The innocent- recreations, it will be observed that attention and to go into the struggle irith a' seal and1 ft determination
Garland"and eleven COpies of the Satur- is Saevtd Heart AeastsmVis about right FALL SESSION'Of0ilandotpli with.
what, it contains were puLIislicd i* fextrn.tc Ladies to this point a leading charaeteristio commensurate- tpomenteua..
book,T w ENTX DOLI RS would not poivluliv them. dayEvenng Po8tw wIU toe.sent; together with a the Gazette, and that nothing is neglected which JL miles from the city of New YrkriA Ute vicinity Macbn C 1Iegeri's. Interests at stake. t
premium copy of each 6f saidJpnbllcations for one may contribute atf end fsa saacb rahte-to the of I.Lirlem-sed-Ms.ahaUaaviU..12mTh. sites ;. Tntb ie.unpatira'H-ls-'fatend d''to.
_ 2' raicu. year. -" -rOO '- rising generation. romantic,,elevated,healthy and beautiful. The .:Wue'aalM'ertnisrInstitatioh will FLORIDA WHIG an efficientA*xi aryvr,1T.9'

History,in cheep" binding, $3.50 :1V1Lb; 3.Ubrsry : Orders must, to all cases, bo accompanied AiftwniZ Afairg.. buildings an erected ia a handsome style* Toe L-theees on :.Wednesday,'the 9th otAu1'reory WHIG will not be found with thoSTwSo 'Itow-
-U 3.50 1-u by the 4 ground fneresrstkinad promenade are neat and gust. 184&, ,T-w fcekools at RidffwayandGareysborg the trumpet with anuncertain.seiirt'o Jt will
Tb. Set, -" 6 JOA Address money., SAML.. D. PATTERSON. peeWp.lnswl1l be taken'to faratsfi the agricultural spadoKS surrounded with shrubbery, and plcas- ;N. C., trill open on the 4th Monday live a cordial support to the nomine*of the Whjg -

liberal dtsctwnt is mod to Agents pmhostog Publisher Ladici'.Garland and Dollar Magaxinv. readers with the most recent and import aMly snaded Iw forest sad pwi trees r.u to July; >: .9.. -- i; rFACULTY National Convention;" and tolls advocacy of th.<
for cosh. -i i ""l'"H No. 93 Chesnut st., 1'hila. ant Intelligence in refer*nee,'to all natters 'connected This Institution, hits plan of d catlon. unites COLLEGE.. great and g1orIourvincIplu of tiu,!Whig Pwtyv
with the culture of the soil and tbe .very14YMtmb$ can be derived from a pnnetual > -
; .,IIU W'Ai Smith D. D., President and Professor it wiU ever be found farIesanduntiring. It win. .
The PoLlishers append a few of IB ,|>otlcesvhieh CommerciatDtvarimtnt, and oascrantioas care bestowed on the pupils of Mental awl Moral Philosophy. 3.' upon all proper occasions,bold up to potHc senrH-
NEW
PROSPECTUS. branch of
In science
the has received re- Is so attended to as to render it of penllar Jntet* every becoming to their sex. David Duncan, A. M., Professor of Ancient n7 the principle. efModern Deumocracyn fl theirhdeousneee -
History frbirijjLe esttoallmen of bnjinte$r ndj> wiD be found Propriety deportment;politeness,personal neat LiugusgeLsI '"'' .nakedness,, and dofurmUy. The

ligloui press. j, ALWAYS ADVANCE.. that our, reports of the markets,- prepared,with ness, and the principles/morality, are objects of Eaekiei A. Bwqeh, A. M., Professorof pure wHit: fa fine, is fully, fairly;W nMrarpramUsincly
FEOM Rsv. WM. R. .WILLIAMS, JX JQ.-Tho especial reference to the objects of the mercantile noeeasiDg assfydtyv wTbe diet is good, abundant' and applied Mathematics. committed to a."Tigoro praewniUoa.1: -"
_ -
new edition of licnedict's History, sebra* to the TRULY A MAMMOTH SHEET. community,-are far more correct, ruwe cutnpienenciv arid wholesome .The health of thepapU U the -Rev. Charles V. Deems-A.M.'Professor--of- a:war against Locooeolsm-it.aaka neither armis-

subscriber a book of much .value. He Jiac made and earlier.la their JatelHraiM taaa bjeet of constant so11in4..an4In skkncis- they ExpcrisBontal Dcieacac., -- -. ,. ,. tice nor treaty.< '- -'" '! % Ciii
large extracts from the history of the Mttmtaitelattyrs. REDUCED. PRICES TO CLUBS. thorn deny of our cotempftfarfes. T. the Atricalturiit are atteaded with maternal CrajdenMss.r.listaet.1sthe ; 1 :: Oliver H. P. Corprew, A; B.. Tutor of An- ).-, With a Hew (ellis fnrta rance pttb..eauss to.
? From the great variety oi Ibo work also, th M reports'' are of rtatadvan- Dtfereneof' r.Ugisuwfl&( >- ->' which the FLORIDA "WHIG stand* pledged,ta*'
which furnishes these, the extracts wlli' to. our THE-Proprietors of the SATI-RDAT EVKMXO taj-c, famishing him with the price of produce at admission of youag ladles, provided they an t- PRINCIPALS OF PREPARATORY effort* of aQ WUgav?sadsnd trseasu&ed la
churches hare, besides their owhiutrin ielnU-rcst, POST, uUwfiod from the experience of the last two all the leading points of trade ; and Storekeepers willing to osformtO-Ib' general'regulations" T of -. SdHOOI.--------- aid fa extending its circulation. Th.p A additional charm of novelty. As to the HoptlsU years thotit in the "manifest destiny of their in the country thus hare.the anthenti*'details of the school. < "-Wss.; T, Davis, PriM3pal af the Preparatory be placed to the hands of every Whig m the Dnv-

of the United States he has with laKjrio iu fidelity paper to take its stand at the very head of the the markets in cities ap to the latest moment.;Our C.wrs. .Bdaeatlon. School. at College. .. ,', jjLciqs.- '1V)' :-- 3#; zIr.ThWHIG
compiled a mass of historical ard.fltAtiKtical weukly press, have resolved to make the Post more Reporter,.for this purpose, has the best facilities, The knowledge of religion and its duties being Charles B. Stuart'!A. M;Prfadpal- of the Preparatory Will coMinue mder the E4ItOrIaebarg
-J intelligence no where else to be found, %&4 which worthy than ever of its high position. They accordingly coupled with great"experience ; and.-he justly the primary objoetef a good education,it is treated School at (JareysbuTjr. -intr.n- '! n ofTIIOMAS B.ALEXANDEIL t'
-- would in the judgment of the snbscriiiet--in&ke now. havetha piuaAure calling-die attention prides himself the''fullness, completeness, and with the attention-duo.so important a1 matter, Wm. C..Doub, A. W.., Prtoclpal of the PrVparatory -, -; rt--4dvauce2b.&tm.
- his yolume almost indispensable to every ono of of,the public to the fact, that the POST orroctncss of his statements. No other weekly in and enters as the basis into the plan of studies following School atllldgway: "" For Single Copies,? r 83 0
our pastors, and abundantly deserving''it'the patronage has been greatly enlarged. the Union bestows so much care in this respect as in every cUss and department of ihe school. -t The collegiate'year flinded Into tw.o aesaions. For five Copies:- ''*J> .I1' '.' r'. n 3j 013'

and study of our churches. This enlargement enables them to lay the equivalent the Saturday Gazette. And so in reference to the The course of education comprises reading, elocution The first begins 8 weeks after, and the second 21 Forleh.'CoiesI- .--. ft20

FKOM EnWAttn B UsuEKmu, Esq.:>fJor. Sec.of of eight more columns of reading before money market,stocks, exchanges and other topics ,writing. arithmetic,-.French! and the Hanurd Ktwlli/t Society, .tWvW.-ThoroUune their subscribers weekly-being, in fact, an addition of similar interest; furnishing,in each number'a grammar English and'French politer literatsnre, os-de-ire to *ter College it,is important that -- -- L% j .

is indeed an Encyclopdba of uatitlct Lite- of one-fourth to'the old area pf the paper. Business Manual of well-arranged and minute details composition in prose' in both languages, history, they be to attendance at the opening pf" the scsskmJ0 4.0 CL1ANTS1POU1UVO.i .
ratare and Baptist history; a book for"p'arpctualrsieraace Character of the Paper. ,. .. sacred-and profane,:chronology, geography,,!the A' short absence at that tune may placer* TIcR -
in every thing relating to our asternal'afiairs. The character of the old such LOWEST CASH PRICES: nM of the globes and delineation of maps,: the:elements student under disadvantages which will impair his LITIaAR SIO.o .b-
'' general paper- as astronomy,chemistry natural the session. Our scriber,having devoted .hisattention for up wards
philosophy throughout
One NeaTs scholarship course
it has been under the supervision of theEdItor.she1I copy Saturday Gas., I yesr8200 often the J'of
present all to clairaf
.To* Nrw You RCCORDKK.-The work com- be maintained. Four copies do do ft 00 mythology geometry; to.; kinds ot useful andOrnamental of study-is-so J arranged as to meet the wants of the General years Government prosecution and before- rags2nit-

'Defoe' with,a review of the dissenUngparties of It shall be neutral to Polities and- Rctlgloa, at- Eight do 700 needle-wp-fc,embroidery and silk,chenille young mom ,!rhO. desire' to acquire,an extensive by labor njresssssucceeded in obtaining
early times, among whom baptistie scnthnicnts are the same time that it shall nvt.feat to speak its ThMeend', do 800 geld and silver arLIR1.iscks flowers,and every English education without studying the Ancient ; by eeUeetforiaii&puicbaao-stbytk., great and.expense.; most
faney-work./accordlng to the wishes of Languages. Th benefit to bo derived, from-4ie
traced with more or less distinctness jttac-eancs breath. w Eighteen copies the Gaattte will be sent forM 0
/ the parents.., fi ? ,. use of the Libaries.and from"attendance the eompfete aad eztmsiv* records,pf.svidcice &U>. -
howeverin interest as it advances to later period*, OririmedmdSeletteiAriidet. Twenty-eight copies win be sent tor' 3 00 -i -< \ r. Wssx. on
... ., .TttsTMsamU line .and staff officers of the. army cfth R vo>it-
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Address Literary Societies should stronrlY-tod soeh
"where acts are established by more jumwrous and Its Original Tales Sketches, te. shall PUBLISHERS c* .
It Essays, tiAJwat
Board awwni .. tion from ta earliest txsrioJf of *he
'' Third per > motto their studies here, In ,
InewatertlMe historical document*; Sttace the be of the nigheet character. TbcfaulUofno article near Chesnat Ms:, PhRade1pa.- > r.- -c young prosecute a ordc termination
I ,puUication of the earlier work, a good deaf of pn* can bo overlooked,from a foolish respect for charged Postage to, the books,.::1" ,-vr'and_ gt for a student to enter upon the English course, Cars of the Hue thereoftow4tvThs and staff of the army n appointed*asM o{ -by
greR has umade fn investigating the efiwacter its originality., -TO TilE 'PUBLIc. he innst be thoroughly'acquainted'with
I and history ottho Payments; are to to made scral-aannaQy In advance. Grammar, Geography and Arithmetic.. ., the ContinentalCkagrosai-witharcferttrwtar'x.
of the .
and Mr. IJcnedict Aa-'baptisU Kefontjation, Its Delected Articles will bo procured from first THE HOME. JOURNAL *" IV..A, tw ?. txuiNo to the Returns.known tbo. "Wash burton. Papers -
has made good use'of H addii sources and the readers of. the PORT The expenses of this.institution are as followsEoard.per'sessionVCtia'Tnitio "-
1 tieD ; may depend EDITED BY deduction .will-I*'made for the "StatoTapers" 'and otter f pottaht.information
) Informa.Li n wktci* baa been gaiJin i this upon finding to its the best Tales, Essays 'MORRIS & WILLIS a pupil with and DeposJte .
pages ,
from trr .4rohirei,f tho G
ntrala
dcmtrtmeut drawn before JStata.Gpycrnmenta.Jhua
of ***** cither to the thceuJrstioneftie quarter, akeept-Foe,-:-per, session.-822 CO or, 125 forth collegiate
tbtnkiI, part ofthe'worb let we & <, that appear foreign or domestic rtJBusimED EVERY SATDRDAf, i Tiiw CITTD? for cogent reasons. w exclusive; of; incidental .comp'rjsinr 1$.most,
Thus the.-whole rear, ,
and woi th far tbsi inagoaj&os. laying English and NEW YOBK. 'r No'popil will be received expenses "general ndvainab1er1dencE evar helrf l>ypri-
more thoSeat American world under contribution.. .for a shorter space"than -which Include the: cost of text books,efaoL;-furniture
4 The work conaiw 1kevlee! an ezs 41 dIiua'r i Jm six months. tcn for .room-in College., -Wfl, respectfully vato-indiridazJ; tiwiiameffandn;}sQ&tci4>Ointinental --
view of writers and writings on the bnrtUnIaLeon ro- AjrricuUvralsTh Mnriebn the-piano,-harpJ guitar, drawing and advise'parents that more pocket money than boefcftseary.torstipply and.State officers"their appointments,
.trororfy, both-American arid for.4 Agricultural matter of iditch the PottcaU -.I1 lf- ; -a j painting; the Spanish, German, and Italian Ian Ibe rreasonablv2iraatp ta- promotion* -services- and eases' bfrcMgsatfoix: of-
othem xecodmgly curious and intcrSSi of has alwap iccs heretofore e he astity ofviny IN: November last; we eommencod the pnllka- guftgcs;are extra charges.'" ***'*> od p tji-.c- dent,Is.ipjunous.r The. .praeticoVof contracting ei oft.iae4ieni ctac-.Iuregufte43-.ppr-

then prococds to the dwtinct conaider.tie'ii,i oUiepzjxr,.shaIL be composed of the baL ar.tkt05 tion of this family newspaper onr a' new and novel 4 French language if* fluently spoken in the debts With tradesmen( lathe vicimity oFCoHegeu ycyprs, and apothecaries; chaade'bftB *to the 1mg-

i rtcan Baptists whoso rise i* namicd atv ry that caabe: foizndIntho numerous periodi. plaui No 'similar work intended to contain the Institution,r and & taught .without -any- extra in a high degree pemlcions. t-A.liif cf IhejStateof.yirgJnJvdosigned ; arm nera to tbo8opamthetofcqmssarygeorakfIssues
deraUa If neth. U i* -n.cful *tu into the sufferings of our tatherein thde\aJex>f our Agricultural, Department superior to what it of our time, to- CULL from the wilderness of -'-v iieralRefra3a4i0n -. .e bane-of all Collages; is'to this'effect remedy-That* n the e&tEnont Of the sjuatorvaa4e cii.-

.> truth/-nun of whom the world was ni ../Tortbr eould L* madtt by the services of nay single writer. the hoar's ever flowering caprice, and to KZSCVB -The-'annual Yacatlon will commence-.the' last merchant nwhofjshall! give credit-to a College studonvritht any;- tal,4ne1ndlgdeotyc4utrteri1tftsteslataxt
> $fl4tfljpfl American noil, fines, imprhiwuenta'TUWjiplug 'Nb, the good things else lost In the bewildering hostage week of July, and soholostle duties will be resunod Utpecialauthority from hit szrent depnty y arteTOagter ttteiaU w
awl exile, I>CCUJUM. they 4it and The News, bot 'ajid nijomestle, shall be of novelties adrift, bad been previously- attempted the first Monday of September. w' iii.q 1r to /rifiJrrfwn; shall upon conviction of him faoi;-forfeit or ictora and rpramastetsOoer. tftpartaeni ;' ..
maintained the peulimcnts of BapU o)1.KQccsof full, ant as far u.s PfleMbLo, ac nrste-and be laid by thors.:2 -< fJ!'eb c -v--- j, ? > ""For farther partleulars,If reqnIred appLy to the tho.debt, foihbUcen..andbhnoA 500-_ of wmmuaary. thtkPyefld.rd
God's hon.eand lljp rujhtjof tt uofO! '! 4etttl1, ? eaUemto$5jlo moment.fuit :That war have labnr Buacosefally in-ear vocation Right Rev ifiihop) Hughes, tetho:Lady ue- Let parents and guardlans.havo ervgard to'this nancei aao raioe itcr -

te 'wcrl l4d -the ,'and produced a 5aaper remarkable,for its interest ncr, Sacred lleartor toPvA.llargoua, l3South law1, and where-niay bo necessary to open wraooouat lag staff a-ppetnttaftntst Web. as tt
IJiste 1t I'weII & ; Taraej and -popularity)and one adapted to s an13t '
THbMrrinakes
\\ritiA with,a marchant, let Ute indiy i a Urge and bv>dm.) >iaiu&j 5u our an4 accumte..aeeouut Qtbeaici the wants of ALL. CLASSES or- SOCIETY/: hare LTh JUanliattanvIllo and filoomingdalo stages signated "and the amount specified,' and tho ovjl
opinion tit Baptists' thVud po seai 1t." ".' oftock&oaro alAtteekII,0. sni&cient eridonoe in our extensive and rapidly iaereasiBg will pass by the Sacred Heart whenever there are will cease. dtc.i3J< 'ra 85-'Ji
: itxNwltt;BA'11Il --, ',,& -circulation.Uw QaiTOrsaKoommeuda- passengers to C from ** sent pre. ; .rItgrqvtgi10j tion of the public prose, and above all,in! the flattering 'FAt4TaX' f \ PAL4ET'rtAn mont an4 servico con be shown, but thesKtlementa-
an &*UnyJyipyimiom l. pttlntMici&tfflitirum- EHgravipgs mf.varicuj kindsn
fe mOtlerat p.lo encouragement and cordial approbation,;Of Th.9Jd4YIiAuk P4eiJ1edleii.a oprimary object of the Preparawry'Schoolsis. -a te'Wnti% ? ,i
tion, and cxeiwt< w mdet wf the rcfljlt" how, irltLi1 i( &ho(irg&tcn. Butegenerate the 1'or shall
b0 allowed to Into never our numerous LAUY KEADUH8 ,in every cetlonof I preparo 'yonflg niem-fof College-ui
;ui4.4t4i1rit. a di m4).s tf
tlWr44ttrWatly b.' It1u.datIur _mere show bill, to th, country. vrja'it ., jfiofc r ..-.-a'wii course of study is such as to meet tho,wonts vf.the $taocers? mr.to the wid ws .roroa. avingclM
iw
li + children Lb 4 to the ?i The wopo, design niBharactorvofJhe,1IIoMK! _By Dr.*A.f M.i5'i .iMztmicw dii.W mco. neighborhood to which they are located, oncTto' pomn1dfor _
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