The Florida Republican
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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 15, 1849
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
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 )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033813
oclc - 02707282
notis - AKM1526
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System ID: UF00079922:00006
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'! ,At late .meeting the$oard.of.'rutees, a solemn.duty, on"the.'most, important subject injHberr'lJfwas ro jerryi1 iii 'every 1 4isb ed41rnet.aiidiflt ba estmbUibi,'<*AJetB. thitS.4ZI1e7t TL. s 'k4 *& f is
n.Li held in ThomasrHlc- following regulations ever'presented for your, consideration.' Weali State.of the Hriion,>intoilikh,4uu theyight eri1p.fomp4he r)2t should bettbrtisftea; DottaSacft bekig sad4lArOidlIIL th.mxak. t -

S GIncttUrvRAt: A1WOCATES wen 'Adopted scholastic the government to consist said of one Institntion term-,. lode to the conflict between the:twtf great sec State wbeyez! thfy Wfl htl IDservitude. ta&Lclearj-jond.unqtMk>BaWei fizht of thtvoald sween the NOh and 2QIbI IUI.1IcI$&.
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of feeling and opinion in reference to the relation knd indispeiishbleti'Hnes'ecnKly'viithis a flagiant >ct aggression on State dwtruc-i bi sa .
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existing between" the'tworaces, the EurdSpenn species property in all the Blavehalding! itoCitaijgb ,.and"suLvcrvc| of its Ladepep
S *ATis.or TCITIOX.'Orthography and African, which inhabit the Southern1 States and, >ndee lr-w 6O"-iti to the preser-!0 Ucncb fo tbe Fcdtral Goverunient. or.ono or

,*f ft fCUAX &!KTlEXTr ,;:t'( ,'wadmg'wriHn{ and'arftnm Me,' section, and tba-actB nggrossion and encroachment ration o.fA<&JnJewrfVrfa&injtiliaims, that j: jnoi-e Spates"br Betr.;fceoplefd'oh'dertat6''!d YS it11i&es

per term, $!(>},the-above,with Ep1ih grammar. to' which it has led. %t 'THE T i>riei;' r 6f the Qiiiney Times,, tinder and geography 20( the above with the higher The- conflict'commenced1 not 'long'after the dhlcTe. wHEeutUenJopClon wbifh! iSa'souridtnaxim In" politics,' as well tSlaws* detEtm1ed ;ui .: 'M 'cbmctsto: tbelzeo.

Wie repnkt d Ife4Uti9n of his patrons, who are branches of an English education,'embracing:aaturaL. acknowledgsieat independence'and bife- taWhion wdttM iftt JfcadeeW
En ty ,c mprisJ .among the friends of Temper .mental and moral rbetpnc logic gradually,increased until .it has arrayed..the.great up:4ig8o: i&i&Jlgiat the dodrinEs; Indirectly-Which he'eanhotf do directly f and itWfty marl

snveAg ricultare.kcd othtr'indtwtrlal inUresta ; Twlariy; chemistry, geology,"bodk-teeplng, body of the North against the South onthis'most *,,_,prjneipj prevalent in 54C nQnislavehoWIng -' be added-, wit n equftl troth;tiaHtr abet almost nnanirtws tQtO. Ziistd
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Yital subject.iln the this preventing termeddlini'witb !
piogrot tnr<:ountetianc another- doIiigItiiAnd yes htbefthvlt4t their ddeiIiati to sema.
izbis zc1tslbeobjeetr b4caIedibyctheIn.w tin, f rcnch, Grcck.algebra, geomet ymenziura- ?
tit'e e iairoqMM : 4 A .a tion, tc., $38 1' music tm pfan ,"eitra$40* (. conflict, aggression has followed aggression and lor-restrictrag, 'abolishing/'ihe; Abolitionista'' ef theNorth, opcaly avowinp, slavnyufrk. *lb. trthtM
The Editor*M eonseated to mike this change drawing and painting, extra, $35; use,C piano, encroachment encroachment, until they have rights fjbe owners of$kesPii zht j 'U their intebtiouand rcsorlivgto.the meetreiiJracnt States;'ac4 $ was** .f

e.. ieo15ith the e.ipect&tioi ..ofpeetwiygIfl per term S-|: fur wood, per term, $1. One half reached a.point when egardorjour peace .Again,; "Theelause was.therefore the last i means for the purpose,;have been aUeapJinglo course, to prtt; tt lM
al rftb UIefire .feztrtLng a ealatary iio.I the'rnltioii t4'e paid-in edr&neethe other talf I and safety"MliioTpernfc) os\6 remain longer importing to th'e'iiafety'.' ef lbo, bring bout a state of tUingf toforce-tliefeutLftrn I Iates frottoursto kI pae7 Inu

l1.ete tbout our w1ngState in"re- the firat of July, tBOARD' : ,? ; silent eXhtobjcctef this.addressi to give you Southern BwteBnd'cUxiIJ tiot'beitheiidclb4b States .to crofmcipala-. .hc'ir'm1ywhout.nync Lni tJt*
MiteaVe tt ttUehtoloUi, of Jafl others, toM -
fpsrsa'eimjipertuoe.i t or txsTRUcnoy: ,. B clear,coriect, ljut brief account of the whole willjout e dang riBg&ei*wholeprp. on"fke part'of a jIegej is tq pr'nj ike ZsJaTer7

."Th cajue of Tcni( nu>oe; the Uterest. of Ag*, seriesof, aggression's and encroachments'oriyobrrightsi erty in aUves, The clause,was-accordingjja- States to arrest suppress- the ameaus.by'ihichthey L- eitea 0 (bus.yiakug tb.1oi&bp.-
Constitution '
riralture; anUM i dovtry ja all its relations, Mr. William Hunt, principal 'of male department with a statement of the dangers to doptcd'iti the by' the'unanimons propose to cconiplisti'jt, hey'.navc1)epnrmittedr > rift&ttf'U; ;
:sM Vaieties--3fl be C/ object* to which the at-. ; Rev. OK. A. Mall*tt, 'assistant of male which they expose 'you- Our object in making consent of the framers of it proof at once of Iq pursue tbcfr'ocCt, And Ho wi sfaTraltori fct tfUTiV'tefftttlttMdeem

teati.fcr.r the fw wibe prinelpaKy directed; female department; Rev. R. II, Luckcy Ann, principal Potter of it is not (0 cause excitement, but to put you in its intrinsic and;practical necessity.H? *hatev&nIeazmsthey' 'plcasf/if.withpfti'nid orj h cdaltx rjf. hIUCcTh1S
,JIias Mary assistant
Mneet 4 frith these interest* and abe&eiiug.qpcn.bemd : female department.; Board'may be obtained futo'possession' the.faccs'and circumstances the Again :. "The clause manifestly contemplates c inntehian'ee, also without rrsfstaoce wt. isiprobation. aftdi tf t i&9 Lthe1 as influencing theca, axerjicw to full and of existence of a1 pOsiUvVunqualifieil right on .""What shade' t1Ie 'WwfittWtafcf-- -
in private families in the Village, washing necessary a just conception adeepseated gives afdceper ro
dTTeni.faire ff.for and domestic markets, .
'wmnot be,,erkk; d. .sn' 4 SfThb and lights included, from 8 to 10 dollars per disease, which threatens great danger thepnrtof the'ownerifl-the'kUvf.-whicb no whole affair, 53 the fact, that one of tbe means ilie
imp rte' of tie object and toi aid month. The Boardof Trustees' have, in course : to you and the who1eboJyjolitic. We act State! }aW5>r regulatyn} 'caa n.any way regu>. I to effect their object,that exciting di cosUat from imrnigy&tg 'WhItk gp $ .

thJ well-jp!)OdneUd newspaper.eonld afford of erection;,two tciek;.bouses, with two rooms in.- on the impression; thai'in a'popular go'vernmenHike late, controlqnaIityprestrain.'*' t among ourslaveBtendKdirectlj to subvert what Ir.ftlerkbeld4twt.Lbe
arq-ijoeitien*;,which. eouU act be fully dlrin. each, large and commodious, and will Be able to ourAj:i,:irue onception of the actual The opinion'of other Jearhed judges'wasnot.iesst its preamble declares to,be one of the ends f6r 'ofnectioa ikj

.cMe4 aip rfrof' thin; sort j bat i$ will be our houses accommodate will be;completed comfortably by,the 150 1st rrtudenU.day February The char&etesan4 state, pfa disease is indispensable eornhatie-'ss to the importunce this which the Constitution was ordaioedjabd ecUjNifahed is, tew3fee a few remarks 09 vfca&Jfc*

tpurpoee to'ieiflayt and enforce them in ankles to effecting : provision and ,tte unqoestionaCle right Uj '-to ensure Uomfinic jtran.quiiity and North aUesneotis1,4obe ik be.tw .
.and elected in'oar"ADVOCATE next. The FJetcbere Institute is under the con- a cure. ? ,, ; ;
.original 'wKiehtoayappear. trol'of the Florida Conference-the M'lvchurch, S We' have made it joint address, because w'e Soiih{ wider it.! Judge Baldwin, in charging that in the pnJy,.waynia.Xwliich .con'S.
4'tEd it JotTzLt1eLt will mouth, nd located one half.mile from Thomas-. believe that'the magnitude'of the' subject required -the jury,1 said if f there are anjrrigfits'o propcrty js like ,ever tb1dmurbedciz j the So fir1'ftvJr

'not in any pterfqe with party: poitic.- tub, Ga. From the proverbial healthiness of the that it should assume the. raost impressive : ..which; canbe enforced' iCionecitiaen Sonth.i ,Certain it is*,jhat nnj egTja; *JOB,Vo zys- theisiue t1eeIo1J 'rieFWeral GOT.tweai .

Tbe vent4 tc thy,th mssibg ccurrencesofithe peran the -wnli-known abiEty and aeeesss, and.solemn form. have any rights of property.whitbara.Jnvu>lar tc1n4tiaaTumg Bucli.'i'nr.pbject In wad vtstiVbd gt tesiH'oftTaW.yio .

lie s jfl with as much truth n4 M experienced selected by teachers the Trustees,of the Board of to Instructlorf share- 'Not to go further back, the difference of ble'under the protection! of the muprenie law oj ouaht t p ;DC carned 'inttf'execution"T by.i; clineus tthwe rstbgwsb.R1hP; 'Prha.1lair
; we hope
iaiparfialit/.artbe vatwa of the e aa will admit. liberal abroad.1 opinion and feeling in reference to the relation the State/and the'Union'they are those which 'would," between epudc'uitnatTOi rhwIAtei1odf4ngdb .
lie b.1lev.sIiimcsfI.. | be f/ee from all party bias,, a patronagefrom : between the/two races- disclosed itself.in the have been set ai xought'by.iome oC-tluese detfendantsj 4atitut!'just' ofI-eioiuti e by the she dom dslastitdiosa dnw&atsIr
dutd win fMhqfiTr thus o preaerre the colomiuofhiipapir. H. W.f Snutpfi,Sect t P.P. SMTTII,Pres.Bo owner of which.be airect- ;
7- I convention thatframed; the Constitution, andS Athe{ ; property i ptrrty against Which 'the n'ggres.ewn'Was section rusr.t1I, *.
The Editor p j;wH enlarge'Ter 'eoiislderpaper KD'ot TRtVnis.REV. 5 constituted one of the greatest 5 difficulties*in had a perfect right to possess', protect,1 and takeaway i ed,7and'if not heeded. fcnappwil t6ara ftr!redress Ma Ib ; .

rably ks Jrtfoi'iti: present size, and to make 5- forming It.---After many efforts, it'Was overcome.by -' -'is a citixenof a sister Stale entitled! to /' '8iich1eagti* euse where adlggre*, p.c4:e4.

oter iaprecttt j shouli the patronage offered P. P. SMITH, President. S a.compromise, which provided in.the all the privileges and immunities of citizens'ofany sion-of the kind takes': pUn j naBg .indep& bound to deal gut|within the ie ,otj pow.

;aetb.ziaeit. rj REV. H. W. SHARPS, Sect. '' firsf place,, that Representatives and direct other States-Mr. Johnson stands before i deat.nations, how mu2hnTOxefaggrtiatel; nostI .ers equal and .c%justice 4'&vor tobict

S Term of SPt/Ofl.-.TWO dollars per annum WMPoTTDERyEsq.., Treas. i taxes shall be apportioned among'the States ac- yon on ground which cannot be taken fronIhn.tier I it be between confederated.'States, thotejfeeUniqn otnerViIci sud t tbt dbeiuai.in .
la stdTam*. .r three eoflareif not paid in advance. him-it is the '
_y _. ;_ ._ S S REVjR. H. LUCIET.: j cording their respective numbers; and that, same ground" aaJJwhjcbJthe precludes an appeal to arpSj while it-a.fi
islja'sed' If'the
in government itself defendants fords a medium through which it can, tbeonketee $ 1* P $
; t REV .W. W, ( RI11XX. i ascertaining the number of each, five slaves operate
NE\JtXLLAiR PAPER. S can be justified,1'Ve, nat* no'long?!'law or gov1- increased .and effect 1: tb .
Jhat zlabstt1k.5on3nmow
4 REV. G. A. MALLETT. : j; shall be estimated as three. In :he next, that witL. vastly force- end.tdrhavu
Jc ae tmmcdSttdy, at 116 JfiuitutYork' REV: IRA L. Pdmn.S slaved escaping Into States where slavery does ernment.'Again'after referriugmore .trti- jtwOui4beprevented tot sinch.a'useynevert.en'5 pecifjaiztg5IV111 of ilLr..Eatsr-
; i not: exist'shall, not-be discharged from servi cularly to the provistpn fordeiivering.uptugi- rett into thejmagination'of: the generation [reaming these oouawok sot,astba KMttkalkdgts.
uritivaii & XLKADT, KIRKSEY, Eq.S > :j iude, but shall be delivered up on claim of the tire slaves, he said 'Thns.'yotf see, 'that'the which formetTand.adopted,the Cpnsftintlon' ,ind, .we? doljfci- the exiio* faa
| CapL D.sr..Bxv.Sen : r:3t .S S party to whom their labor or service is dtie.Jn! | foundations of the government'are laidindrest ,: lf.it had been uposedftwc'ultt'it is certain Thawouldjn44 4eustopip,4ayqr,

S -1Tbe school i will open the firsMonday in be third place, that Congress shall5 not prohibit ,oa the right of propenyan slaves; The thtth 'South never ou1d htve adopted it. upjnat and $enMititiona1 a the 4icra-

t cieapest new apcr* at February. ; i i th importation of slave* before the year whole structure must fall by. disturbing.. the. We now return to'the q eciion bf the admission Uation they sminztiiutbcrfir6r 1is
the fewest WKC, cacjr, i S s 1SOS; bats tax not exceeding ten dollars may cornerstone." of Missouri intd the Union; and shill pro., cot for
ONE D6LL K A J1ayaUe i m BRITISH tEIliODlCAL LITEBATURE.* : be imposed 'on'each" 'imported. And finally, These are grave and solemn and admonitorywords cee't tO give abrief4ketch ottheocc'irrencesconnected whcrp, 'our '

fDa.ee ..j'This '. ., .. ,. '' : | that no capitation direct tax shall be laid, ,- from n high source.- :-They confirm all -with it1 and :the consequences;to is good or baJ. fX f netVer i H ID1hfberrPX -
paper.w!$WitL b* Led !tTerj.tSatnrdajr'o a VALUABLE PEEMIUMS TO 2EWSBSCRIImBSfSubacute but ia proportion to federal numbers; and that for which the South,has, ever contended,as to which it has directly led In the latter p.rtr 'sea or.prwrre iandseoBe sheet, an eltf&nUjrengrared title, .
ircprenenHnr Goiwra TitTlor- Rorwbacktet v low.' no amendment .of the Constitution, prior to the clearnessj importance. ,. 'and fundamental 1819-, the then territory.Missouri. applied.to ly, to: desTde1 4ffqnvstioesWb *%e
S THE BATTLE Of BUENA VISTA., early wki.kt.aceTms arc isos,'shall effect this provision; nor* that rela- character of this provision, and. the disastrous Congresvin usual,lonn,forjeavc to form a "do jpirijt'OB, i8Bt,; to:extend iTaTtfjVbwrrtkt

.It miB also be, ifle. rated :oneraU .with..band t ing to the i nipollution of slave consequences -jrhick. would inevitably follow State Coustitutiou: and govermcn mnperto we'shallnot be r| .hiWted .fross,ilMffTWRwilhv
.ome engravings, re reaeotinj.; the battle scenes,of.the : REPUBLICATION OF .,So satisfactory were these provisions, that from its violation. But in spite of these solemn bo admitted iito the UnionitIuilwas, jrtedor'tke arpit>pd int.tJkeTaiitnfif jBftl S

rar Jte. S THE QUARTERLY REVIEW || the second, relative to the delivering upof fugitiveslaves warnings, the violation then commenced and purpose;witu in'e imaTk9viaO 5 Umted. tates, Le4siuws ara lehalsjerj jsr, /
fH wH Adrcat the elaufcs and the LONDON which were intended to rebuke"Las been
support 'was adopted unanimously and they in such cases A'iendmcntsVcre'6ffere3, having ia Cthor4zRMt we sbllr$tetMi J4sLe.Icontbedimrpac .
gLi.of I fully and perfectly con8unjmatedno.The.citizens for their object to'make it a'ctfndr on of bc'r Sc *
THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW all the rest.'except the third,.relative.,toltbe; $
\B NEKALZACHArtV TAYLOR ASS importation of slaves untiL 1803 with almost ofthe'Southift, th'eirattempt' to recover their admission;that her ConsritutioB sBonld'natea .4they $
WIESIDEKT.nr -. THE WESTMIXITE REVIEW, I slavesf'tfoif meei, fnstead ofaki.indeo- pfriz- 'Tutsbrodglit'en
equal unanimity. They recognise, th'e existcn'cc -, provision;to prohibit slaTcryV inati ifl -
tniwgafor: kd Itougnd Eeaiitj i' : AXD l ; ; slarery,'""and indke{ a specific'pro vision :'tiouy resistance ia every.farm ;.iesiitnneefrui the'agirating' 'debate, whiehr -wHh'the. feftVcts reo'lor All, whethes savage, rr,_,_,_.,.

ao 'tncrtv, tm\\tr\ tu the wry beet man, IH fUe : BLACCWOOD'S EDISBCROH MACIZD.-E- 1 for it j protection where it was supposed to be hostile acts legislation.' intcncje4 baffle and : that followed; b'as!done 64 much alienate the I liied, may freeff-enter; land rniiaJ4'weoily i
.. defeat their claims by.alI serfs of Devices, and Sou h' J North 'and r.--rr.-k? 'm> a'N if I
ltwiI1 pe.ent1l the detapji and incident ofwsx pofate it as iniporUut element in ''deter byfnterposirigevery"descriJ'--- --- --- -; iDstituTiona-JiThcaJ who objected the a end- ?Werest edrcih4dciyi thshlgk

%*e > ju tbejj are.-henceforth> received 5 iu 5S 2 ewToik The above periodical reprinted in New mining the, relative weight the seterafState, resistance from.juJp-s and magistrates;mndfi"aIIy mentsieedtheir*ppo ition< higbreiuds above stated,bufaiw botbrtrii4.1frigb 1

.5 5 5 York, immediately" on their arrival by thc'15riti ; -_ 1_, ..om mi,VClatU l ..: >l- *tft n [ when all -thraa fiul-iconnnW-campos; of the right eelf-goTernmeau They claimed Vi Janice aJ,eqaaiit TklTerritiwiesJ
It miff be with ffamers-a. tic i>ttfij lifi r *i 4i ra o wimv uiacKsTwhicb
nmmau'erw aeeedoee bferie.S
--.. duI4Ut.- U'5)U; aIs t4U ia mt ; pr, aa ..are.UiluGa; : copies rtew,J the week. for g st'd domestic. Jtwill Blackwood'iS'Magazine being'an exact fac-simiTe capitation.and direct t ies. It was "well understood session of his rightful owner. .:Tu nutmpi r-to- *and- Government! foritzielfe'omes (ally vested crifice,andeffort,s rU. Sij* ,$wda S
of Ui edition. embrace I :
n.e.A GtET !4EEE ins* both for Edinburgh They the itt the time that'-without them the '
beriher. respects S view of the three great parties England-Tory recover, slave, i moss of the.,Northern States, with: all therights.of seW-gqreuitmeni aIthat' .which jit* South,co tritntrfiir.iertha.er.
It1sTprctod tw.Incoantry is have khe fc rgest: drenlatlon of Whig, and Radical.' "fl1akwoo4" and the'I"London Gonatitutioo would not have been..adopted by cannot now be made'without llie hazard of'in- evezbe condition imposdoffit 1'tbePed ,fnH share of wei,*ftt say D thngnOIie7d

any paper in the ,Union. Krtry man friendly .ilnartcrly'- Tory; the "Edinburgh the Southern eJ elements States, and essential of. c urje the.that they suit;-heavy 'peeuniary1 loss,'iMprisenmeht and Constitution[ ; relates not tb the Josn. ik) of eonra
t Veieledl* a of GoneraJ*5avhw will enbacribe for Review" Whig; nnd the "Westminster.' Review" constitu so to system eve*of Ufe"itself.AUeady hna.ja worthy citlxenof lion of its Constitution and Government bet ill 'tce. tairneis; an Miali'qrWtefnlTrTn /eDtItleu-mvpard-
it. 'Jt wQllw V4 ):!7 tbcnsan jjt all over the conn- Radical. The- 'Xorth Briti.sh Revfew" i j ore thiVit never would have existed wi'hout them. : ilaryLandil losl his life in waking ap attempt admission into the Union? For that parpcae,'it the taifit* ,r& beeifrtd from

rqt "Erery vocm&stor ri; who jixpocts to be re-ap of arcligiou Iisraeter, haviag been origioally 1'beNorthern fcUites,. knowiugall this, ratified to enforce hi* claim' to a;fagiliye'slave provides ad' condition,: that the 'GovenuaeatKUstbeKepublican. their acquisition. "But gsitnpYesnUrthi 1IbiS

;poiiteL-will aot-as .eiit and ,iroenTe rtHftcrilxra.e edited by lr. Chalmers: and now, since big death, the Coaslitiitipn,thereby pledgingtbpir faith in uuder this provision. "' lf 5 j_ ,;';-. i :UQ r.tKere iifoHBer1 nit kjfe IOIk a-
S is **THB KOUtKI AND READY being conducted by his son-in-law, Dr. Hanna, the 'solemn to' observe
iot most manner sacredly'
Bo&aprovisioa of tLe>conslitut>oaDay be claimed, that Congress has no right'.to ederalGorernnsei 'a gwmmBreonaixaitin ,
will be the reeos/ilaed wsa o?the friends of duuuniin favor of M being nominated character is of the very highest order. i violated indirectly as well as,directly-by doing add to thiscocdition-and that toatssumeit would es disdnetxeresgn
-*. f pledgeredeemed, we shall cxtjproceed ta an'aCt in'its nature' inconsistent with,that be, tantamount i to tlie.asdamptiou of,the right ,are ttb consrituenta.tb D\M
EtlHCTED BY THPEOFL.:: S. PRICES (SUBSCRIBED FOU EARLY.) show S which enjoined to be done! 'Of this form'ofvioLition to make its entire CoBSiitutiunandGoverament Bemben.oftb Fci LUilionr.tkffT rptorics)

Forany one ()f.the 4 rcvjews", .3 i>b. TerTV-
"'i>etWerrwetJwIiner' of ife*' 'eonnlrr'send his for any two.five-dollar*; for any three, seven
Collar fwrtWitli to 4rVILKIN6X S .-'; for all four of the review, eight dollars; fen thoycsr l$19--a year, it is to bete4rud, death allude to''sccvet combinitiou/wLIcU'afe beTievel1 at all.1 Those :.who'sapper ted the amendment States ibenare thejt4nl owners. ow it tacos-
\ 't CCS.. PubUshew, IHackwoodV Magazine, three dollars; for Blackwood ned to mark train of events, bringing with to exist iTir most of;the Northern Stat* dcni.'d\these\ groiLndSj'ajid'claimed'the ededbII *ifir ,him tbeanbject bISIh all

116 Nwsan-flreet, New York. and three reviews, 'nine dollars; for Blackwood theia niiny: 'andgreat: arid fatal dismstersonthe whose object ito. entice,decoy,entrap,enyeigle right of Congirees tirimpcse, at discretion,wha such'gorernra'ent t B<*T memberrtreqnal eqai.

Price S cents,single J 4c profit allowed to- ; and the four review,ten dollars per annum. country and its institutions. With It com and seduce slaves to escape from their owners, conJitions it pleased Jn this itgitating debafe in rights 4r.il cal ra Cg ilJVS flIJ's/si

.rageti who buy ia onauiea.5: Paymtntt ta be made in ail etna in ad ranee.PREMIUMS. meuced the agitating debate on the question of and to pass them secretly arifrrBpidly'by means the two 'sections'stood 'arrayed agaiast each concede that thU cqi dity constitute*tienalsof

% Every ctuntrr *rwho wilt print thU the admission of Missouri into the Union. We organized for'the purpose, into Canada,where o.Ler-the South in favor< of the bill without such'govcrnmtbV a>4 that iteanaat!hetoyed S

pToFpecbilJlhiI reoere4fliERough! & Ready" S S shall piss by for the present this question, and they will be beyond the reach-of the provision. amendment, and the North opposed to It.with- without changiug thrstbX sa4chr-

,4. 'tO Consisting of lhack volumes rof the following valuable others of the same kind, directly growing out That to entice a slave, by whatever artifice, to ont it.. Tae debate and agitation continued until acterd, To detMtkSUflit1I$4

I work, vie: Benttey's Miscellany;the Metropolitan oft, andisaall proceed .to consider the effects abscond from his owner into anon-slaveholding S j the session .was well advanced j>ut it became their, ciliitn**f.t| fe full hare ia ta Ttiritt>-

::5 Ktaia r Magazine; the Dublin University Ma- of that spirit of discord,which it roused up between State, with" the intention to. place him beyond apparent towards its close, that the people ries declared kpgiathcnt incomnxm wiik

fFor tkeiofermatioii read S paitne; Blackwnvxl's Mseaiine; the London the the two sections. It first disclosed ihs tie reach of the provision, or prevent his recovery Miabourl were fixed and resolved in their the other states; jmkl; ,h ia dertgatii? *fis
our travelling Edinburgh the Quarterly,and the Westminster -
the North to portioti
lf in by hostility
otherwise isas condition and'thatthey thC fds4eraWuiasnd4Cifli -
concealment a
by or ponipletely .opposition to the proposed equ dity belongin
Reviews. to Blackwood
Any one unbwribing -
CTB we rtate the Uj of Departure, &c* of of the Constitution which, provides for tho delivering ? to it 'as ''its1 violation it *and aConstitution
adopt -
S or to"one of the Reviews, at #dollars a repugnant open would certainly reject Ot'I qai,
ate coast sters r; ;. year, or to any two of the periodicals at 5 dollars, up of fugitive slaves. In its progress would be, is too clear to admit cf,doubt or torequire. without H, should*the bill pass'win: intotibordiuiatt.at; ndtc p4mio- S
The atean&p] can: -inj the IL, S. will receive, gratis, ONE volume of any of the premiums -it led to the adoption hostile act*, to .illustration. 4And yetxasjepuguant as the coidi ion. Such being the case, it required Bnch'arewhich. the soti44mrtgnblund1o$ *
4/xiJ : above named. A subscriber any three render it of non-effect,and with so much success -these combinations are to,the true intent of the no great effort of mind to perceive,that Missouri .we"rest our!bkba(1, aylwaaT'partleipatipVin -

nail, jila eg lar\y iran Qiarleeton for lla- of the periodicals at 7 dollars a year, or to the.4 that it may regarded now as practically provision: ,it ia believed that, with the above exception !, once in possession of a-Constitution and the TtrrttTri*& ** I A t

ana on. the ,Lst anJ, ISthlof each mouth, YDlal reviews ea at .8 above.-dollars,A will subscriber'receive TWO t* Blackwood premium expunged been effected from will the be Constitution next explained.How this fias ,not one of the States within whose limits Government, not simply on paper,bat with leg.isUtora 5. Bat as solid ao5 OTPregnaWfr aSfliey-'are

(receiving mail and ptuisen ers from Sayanoia and Three reviews, at 9 dollars a year, or to the After careful examination truth constrains they exist has adopted any measure to sup elected, and officers appointed, to carry in' the'eye ofjntpwfttreascn1b y1bp-
10 dollars will thein or to punish those by whose agency them into effect the questions would:be deter-
4 reviews and Blackwood, at receive press grave a feebtereslsttnI'td aumajmity
% i1 'Tybee tar inJ toiaehing: at Key THREK premium volume us to say, that it has been by a clear and palpable the object for which they:were formed carried presented,)whether she was of-right i State or rained to tie 'chole At thekd

West Fla.) Sre faili! fr m Havana forCStrltttori flrj-: Pkve be particular rim namlni; the yren invasion for of the Constitution.to be more free It'is from impossible into execution.. Qa the. contrary, they Territory; and,if the latter,whether Congress session of egross Copps-bflI!*aSjIdd ci-

oif 'the' 6th ar.3 ::22d of every urns desired ami the works ultertbed fur.S. any doubt provision It is iu the following have looked on, and witnessed with indifference had the right, if tho right, .the:power,.to abrogate tablishin* a 'territ jorefBraiirtliorTOfe-
ambiguity or
if 'nOt'Wlth secret approbation- great
: K Constitution,disperse Legislature,
jhonith''.' .CLUBBING. words: rNo held to service or labor, in ion; exehiin Lst flbetfrbatrtlTbe
person enticed their
*" number of slave Irom owners and to remand her back .to the territorial con.dition. -:
"Thegteamer Cherokee Savannah for one State, under the laws thereof, escaping into the possibility of recovery and under the'clrcumstances President gave husf action-loathe
leases .Four copies of any or all of tbe above works and placed beyond .; These were great -
law '
of the another state, shall/in consequence of any to the great and"heavy pecuniary fearful to be sent special me sl-'eito COSesilag
New York will be sent to one address on payment regular annoyance ,fearful questions--too
oi ijTery'aftKrnateWednesday. or regulation therein, IMS discharged from such his 'rea orns for--drjng''i: lT) 's r'tsac
subscription for three-'the4nrth copy being loss of the bordering Southern States.) met by those who 'bad raised' the agitation.
A second learnerfor thisline will be service or labor but shall be delivered up on tbittlw' MIssozr'i'eootprcwnse<
ready gratis. When we take into .consideration great From that time the only qaestio'n'iras, how to presupposed
early in the taring, so thaV one will leave Seal ffo premiums trill fa giren ifhert the aboveoE0toae claim of the party to'whom such service or labor importance of this provision the absence of all escape from the dicnlty. '' FotunateJy, ft'means was fa be,7and; $ } Wf extetided'w tt it,made to dub, nor will premiums in be due" All is clear. There Is apt and intent --1ccen-
may 'as to' its true meaning it Rocky1onttsi 9otbe
uncertainty afforded.A was
Ytsr& was Compromise (AS 1the
Mt.i1 1t N.* rery Wednezid y. any ease be furnished, unless the subscription is uncertain or equivocal word to be found,in
the without to the many"guards by' which-it isJBamnnded to called) was offered,based on the terms,thai(he Ahd.tbresiJehtMiuiaid bIstinltntmmn
tn pttb'iihtrr, reconrss
&e and fare(25.' 'P / paid m full the whole provision- What shall not bc4onc, bow I 5,5_ ___. Lm..k.
then reflect
enforce it.and. com-
agetit. S potect.and North'should'ce.ise to oppose tbe admission htsnesS1' 55N'Y
an ._ "* -
and what shall be done are fully and explicitly k i
'The ateamikips NoqerIer and Soullitrser pletely the object lor .vnicn'u was inserted ID Missouri'/on the grounds for"which the Sooth ishoald: restrict shi so'otaTof ihj Iiaeof

5 ply ixtwee*Charleston and t'ew York..Each .KAJLLTi: COPIES., set forth!: 'The former provides that the fugitive the Constitution is defeated 'by 'thosetwofold contended-and that the provisions of the,ordinance thaik nmmg it tiot
A late arrangement with the British pnblUhen slave shall not be discharged from servitude infractions, we ?doubt, taking all together, of 1787, for.the government of the Northwestern been the purpose am iaiet ci the Nwth
day of&ailin adr trtj td. After the 3d' December by law or regulation of the State breach of faith Is
j oflllackwood'e Magazine secures to us early sheets any he whether more more dagi ant Territory, should :applied to all the to extend the Miss ?rf .the Saathrrner will be bid ap for sixregnlarly of that work, by which wo shall be able to place wherein he is found rand the latter, that to bo found on record. We know the language erritory.'acquire by the United. States from abore indicated tbeassaftiofithei'ttqfon

S. the entire number in tho.hands of subscribers before shall bo delivered upon claim of his owner. we'barc used is strong, but it is not less true France .under the treaty ot.tonisiantlying ,bev ed atvincing the
portion of. it can be reprinted in any of We do not deem it necessary to undertake bilteontd bnty
any than stron North of 36 30 the portion lying In the. u1biwttlintr.rButthe
S The eteamchipketweea CO'Wfl1flMSil$ the American journals; For this and other ad- to refute the sophistry and subterfuges by There remains to be n'otice SS J inother.class of li3souri.rThe.Nortberuiimcmbcrsembraced except aequisceaCe of the*
vantagei.eecured to our pubacribew, we-, pay so the Constitution State of de relopnentsi tie resect> esmio ofCongrtssitJivema
S. & of
Cbarlesttm and Phtiadclph'ia, Dar which so p1 tin provision acts of kindred character, but which it' and not.Originating
aggressive 'altbongh
be -
large a consideration, that we may. compelled evaded and 1a effect annulled. It ; at vaetfetkidI ..tlatno
adTetIIeL to raise the prlceoftbe magattne. Therefore we has been instead of striking at An exprcsVaud."specific with them, adopted os theit own. JIf"as-
5 r repeat "mbteribe early white tht price it low", constitutes an essential part of the constitution provision of the constitution, aims directly at forced through Congress"by ihe almost united udi purpO5O1lttefthOflflOWUla1IthheNor'h

Cabin 18.. I Remittances and communications should be, al- al compact,and of course the supreme law of the destroying.the relation between the.,two, races totes'of tKe North, gainsi a minority conii to:un beeo.tTOI
:' way addressed. port-paf d er franked:to the 'publUhera land. As"such it is binding on all the Federal i at the South, by means subversive in their tendency I ting'almost' entirely; of members rromtteSeothern the truth uf this;-wr*jbarv ample tftideacd iatvhat

S $ $ ia; 184; S ,' !LEONARD. SCOTT: & 00.,, and State Governments, the States'and the ..individual one'of the-ends for which the Constitution States."t 9 ?!ztrri(* : las occurred aed iartheoHoaae

Au ( # fotlow'State. S. '79Tulton ir street"S./( New.t York.55 *,composing ;lion.) The sacred obligation wat established.K Wef refer to the systematic -H Such was the termination-this, Sthtt.first, Representatives, vrfcgre thepopfiki fcidiajs
of compact anti the solemn injuhction.of the Abolitionists I beten the are soonest and edIt
jag *Ie kr mA 1814 agitation of the.question by cotiflictrunder the tozistitaUou,, rnoenase1e-f4
S : i jtTlCE.-Tbeco-pirLhPrshif, heretofore erUthig the supreme law, which legislators and judges, which commencing in 1835j'is still continued two sections ia: refere ee toslte1RP ine* j Although Oonjresilhasri D nuirJseBBioa

5-.. ,J' 1' li ,'.? EUttonlntt.Oay,4 .j_ between' thai.niperibcrs,, under,.the both Federal and Stat ,- are bound by.oath to in all possible f rms."* Their avowed intention tionr-Trithnheterotoritfl, Mpy.lAdled rt as A but little more tnan.bne| month a grater

U I&k. bv< yp Polk. firm of LEWIS COLBT & COUPAHV' is' this'/>day' n support,all unite to, enforce;its fulfilment, ac- is to bring about a state of things that,will peruutnen$tzi4 final a4jtiifnIu&! *)iatouidpre.vent number of measures >f afl' aggiesaira abharactcr

Maine 34:7LL47Ia {4 35 9 dissolved bymutual eonient.5 cording to its plain,meaning and ,truelot nt.- force emancipation on tho South, To unite theNorthih *&&\ but 'hare been hHf6lnctdi andothiy. .aabrsajgrarated
:4aipc -. 1.6S LEWIS COLBY, ., What that'meaning and i tentnre, 'there"was fixed hostility slavery in th'eSduthj others lessugain r coote.Mpoit.e's! and.i and daaseeolspdtiBafihaYft

y tmoir, .. 70 j KttjMI S"M < S S 5 ._EDWARD FLETCHER." no diversity.of opinion'Ji out in the better days and to excie'dtscontentamong the slaves.withther wslao, >y.V,!errr! irtMrtMej r.or -,
; 1laamc1ia'ttj< M, niT.CtjgCB H"4 .STO'. -B yOMtt r tiN ec York&jtth,5; 1838." of the Republic,prjarlto'lS19Lr Congress,State condition, are&mong.the means employed p a train ofevents, wh ch.btght rend the .fot years before.eLJsesvfheBee $1 cieazIy'di'J'
tUUUarfT > 5. the taithat.thejrallreiafe
4 'jjrT'-'ii.' .m>< *
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Legislatures State "and Federal Jndgts and itv With.view jo bringlabout ..theformerevery asunder, and prostrate par polircarJ|
tic A *2$t24fl.2Uo! !: V I to.effec* Union t&.tho
S VI< flz ,er i Magistrates'People,airstfontaneously pta- means afe'resoried to'in order 'to tern.'' 'One of these Sras the ?xperierlCTd a'nd sa*

js !f. aiiSR sa'T! s :m tr ii L1t.L0 S enLthcxarae interpretation eofit.ulhiringjhat render the Southland the relation between the gacion* Jeffe on. 'tThds far,tim would em oHhe stbett oJnyyp bO1tthIjt4ct

SftMmIME-an i *no' uk cri5x* Mcpectfully annoonces to ,hi* pcriod.n9pa iuposwpudn2 in the way two races there,odious and;!hateful;o UxejNorthf- to favor his forebodings. May R..retnrningsense'of .
) friends arid the public, that he will continue the of 9wner seeking to recover 1di fugitiyo For this purpose: societies and newspapers art JTfstire'randa proitcting'-ProTJOknc*, :; Ji gLl b.$

V ii. %,e7Tj .' i.:; VWM fine'of-UM'BooKscLLna and iFtraunmta alive; norU.1aydeny bi14gS11tt kay.i everywhere established' debating eWes?P avert thitfinalIU.lMlnt: \v >7 M3&ierence ,v
burinesaat,.No 111 as auctraet, whick-rhaf ry proper facility to enforce his cUinji to hare and other ptibli .Sr j
t; been pnnnedl the late firm; S Having heed'rc bim delivered up. It was .then nearly) ai easy cturessd Tp.sori 1ref. *
larly bred to the business, added to which ia tot jttndtin't'i'Nbrtheifn State _014 q 'to theiterrttoHei eeas'ed'to igttgte the
on8r'f as tbtsag pointy
Vb'recavw to
< flettett ,twah -
:- experience in.the late Concern from it* .ommepeemnt t while the emreutation country. Indications, however,connected fifth T1U t3Lst w ii1iii ; 5E5
N1uuiidpJ .' ; he fe1g'tonflaent'that be'eaft1 offer t*his one found;in neigbfcoring 8outhtruSt.-! garfle of endIartcttIiGIliP tith t dtce ; *$an the$giith, the q'oeAtlott of nrinexmf Texas,show d.rfjiarly.tlWt.il" *Tolanteers from the. S
djUrnM.-3M uttUa.baia (jn
p tjt --adyaotere o !wak rKulUo.tpMkiirat kwrirfftdJ 7911 '
S 94Tii&nS ,j et.of thi* ertaUuhment will'be the publication l 'defunct, ezceptyerhispin two tatea. doucdbiwlsucetemi.eoaze f4ux G4IOpIr 13701 tfr Lam tO bl34
: 'ziii bA, and Bale of Rati ont BooH BpeetaIrjr deha4areftdapted.to.tbaBcpti 'lfi\VR-6tk th ijOr4ov1siou 1are4J'wa1a4jd.. ;
Jbe diffartoe
F i4comiu&U.: JLJargSaMortment ,the Y4i : .
' ) lj) of Sabbath school books wm be kept! b4ent1i4InftiTl7 inusv 4 tL bjtenliigths 4jap zpse.tinot3630from __
and to this department_ __ much_ atteutiowtDbe_ : fatal blows ever di ieri Uzo ,2
Qnetortbimost !
-J A 1 I. b gadoJ betA
'. the LouIsiat *purdlais ttt wegt.rS nsvimiitf f? 1J
aIdsVItr4bk flrfrhfu4& 1e eindfhe 1heiTalon : rbtz fiftcea .years, not wthont Join* uchthward darjot
ew one Ikfr
S.; lao ( 7 rzii .4! fS 5. pezase wtI' the InteacledLt We twijobject l : .J v'a7 jg SIt.
.n44.list they no !iuerk.e1DiioIrad4 effecting objfet regiitf Total FUOt? 1 ornteer;riv a'.i';. .
7 '!Z '33 th rorder will rtzc4r ro'nI 5' nd meani to.be agjf *}f e agous .
'7" lotjLtrt1rTt lention-and the selection win b*carefully uz.sd. Supreme COi t of te 1Itite4tt la one to the righUj>ftke-Boutha pn4 k
Also,will be kept, icoot bta4kbookJdI lgic1iy h'rkh1iIi
&n4 : as&ted'of one of taaends Vrnlcb thCO* *
L.t .'r- i-Hiha. la 4) -
S a1til4 ) flfit Jen jaaB IeI'

t4 .cr 'sI d1esoqntS ):Vr u'q J.onLTpklnsin& I IS -.
: will be nude .to booknellen, miniatora and teach: ofOfl jtssdt.ot ..
ers. EDWARD H. FLETCIlERl?S as iter 1V43h miisifui

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- peal 11}1 fcfclft br puts of --_.," ._:i recogniae under the color of an amendment of the Coo. ? .T TurrF PbDtonTuel' elect,if we mistake. -DOt dfleJ4en.) J l tel>cony4'tas1dngton, itI4 mission to offer-* R4TeiO1; GOnthg

the existence of skrery jc Ikisihorise the I stitution, he'would emancipate out slave I n 8n' iS tndfthe Governor made tenpofBenti ? +t iJi .es' i,theregrd4auome npofl tire President of tej United States for

fctUlng i and disposing of, this; Dis :howerer oppofed itttightit. n.t ,. '' 1 UI", .-Cp uer the above B. fo2 .Qde f'rm! ot senseepe4iaddreseca telonnstion in relation &1the: secret. history
$ ] :
trict. '
,. On question of in bill "Hi Ill i1 I fiJn' 'at
aJt.Tll It tent.. tl m' j default 01 of the.late Treaty with Mexico; and a cer.
the rotes stood 69 for mst leave. Thus, under] asjiet he er*to4P W Tq4IPUnI, t' !temporary appoi.ntee(i4 afcdetionby .
every rM'tCt
; The next was a ). by a member eertain, i0aggression be notpromptljatid Jl 'Y' 't the. ensuing G$11qem1h17: ,J trt t_ "VK therebea tain Protocol signed, tijr, the Mexican and

I from Ohio instructing ireinmittee or. decidedly met. How it is to be met it is for ,:EnitleLeserej Louisiana.;'i) re- ppointed by Gov. MOSELXT, audit was spark of patriotism oj&stI c i at teNor American Commissioner, and attached to
territories to report forthwith for utl'ld- yon to decide. Iore of \ I must speak the Treaty by the Mexican Government, but
D R of not until the session of 47-8 that the vacancy those addresses i'te
inf itavtry: from Calif niiieintfNew| !;Iex- Such the would be M&,0n
then to
l wt'TW" iotn-wr to'80.: insult you. to,suppose being you.case'lidt.hesitated To ,-'Arkaiitai..8 Borland,,-W",K.Sl .1, was filled by a election!by .the General :'powerful fthaa'itt bad;beta wW 1Prtbe'om .11t1

Tbat'l"l'hUowea !) !\ Voiced by destroy the existing relation bgtween the DIiTaIesofThrida' Assembly.t( .l According ,to theargumentof i, filled".with i inflammatory appals a spirit tat ufun 111 JtJ({ ,. itr.

t another member Trom bhiQ i r&'e the rotes free and servile races at the South would Timothy Pillsbury, tf TexasPLOIUDAREPUBUCAN. our however, the Judge was of disunion.We The resolutions were read Iorinformatuon.TheiriIoiijiid .
of-lhe inhabitants of th. v. 'i on the lead in history. correspndent embraced the"substance
to consequences unparalleled not fill an term, but repeat, it is no time now to retort"iie
quop 1dwb r Ttrt ''r'JtL its limits They cannot be separated, and cannot live unexpire .[ :.n U..IO."
< of the aforesaid Protocol;
a1f d Ie' 1iah d: ; to commence a to'en charge that Mr. STKPHCNS moved and .
I" together in or harmony, or to their yer .
peace I _. '
z* bail .te .' t the adm.is-. mutual advantage, ;except1 in I their'present Thursday,-February 15,1849. some time.in .1853.We1bave; ,Wbigs. voted, 1y.C :<%'..billonthe } \iw., .

.ioiLOftb.- lover, I'tee egroe and resiae5 lation.. Under any other,,.,wretchedness heard ,of, eitherof.'thejudicialjjncumbents ofth; q) ouseA-i\y .oujaelf' ofTEe iliituouaa. *. hjin t consequently.
: $lOU1d" y-.te. tbkquetionto, and misery, and desolation would overspread ceived this .without a te 'j they were not acted< ,jcotired -
of Mr. CAtnoux's Address claiming to Opy.he bench beyond Jury, intelligence po .jnf )
jsy.Pe bill o,7ae tahle.l e t'of'et Od-for, the whole South. The example of ,the British The'being' 1 '.
: ,Jqfi.again**:: 79 To this Iitc ded :tbe re.tIOlubOn West Indies, as blighting as emancipa precedes the original! .of, thatc I 185. The same thi g may b sid of Soli of regret' ; but a. the Southern Whig P!! J.L the.,rrq'lti 1 etrJ.Aff.rM.uumv

'4. member frun iNc w York. in I tion' has proved to them;furnishes a very paper, was accidentally omitte from our cio i in regard'to,vbom'sme changes may was neither privy.to nor'sponsiefdract : a reaofo w

Ii"ihtfea. the 'traffic* in* ''prosecuted, in the South. The circumstances under SOUTHERN DELEGATES$ IN ,CONGRESS, TO murmuring because the,Assembly has off blows.aimed' aVLa'i; 'consequence.'at; ,:th'e: the House in relation to Mexican affairs
his of ,
metropolis the apubli 11ti] human be- which !it would take place with us would be
j[ elected Solicitors for whole Whig on the ere of a Presidential which was pawed over fop consideration ia ,.'
THEIR CoKSTrTOENTS.1 ust'adjourned b party
tin chatteh is
IS ;, as contraiy niuural justice entirely different from those which took place '
and fundamental principles jcjf our pout ,vith'them and calculated to lead to far more every circuit election, than to join i the.shout of denunciation secret session. -

< .i(8r: system, and is notorip"'|r reproach! to disastrous results. There the governmentof The Southern Address. We were equally a far.from entering i into which no man can deny was to a The postage bill was':then taken up, and

our 'country throQg'houtjchmteidom; and a the parent country emancipated slaves in ,We.ty'before our,readers the Address of <. : r L ; J -
an argument pro or,con as our correspondent i;; greafextent, the?. eettategY.OfPartY'Ittherepresntatfref. ;, 'f e. g; pe. AttioD..ui
sis: a
lemarks ventured make <
;cai| liberty kmong the. nations of the earth. and and actuated views of policy but a we to
; powerful, by the of Southern Members held <
meeting at 'In''tbe''Ho ii
Jt; Mr :S P ls.: iNI
.rhereforeI I jjs. j i >(mistaken as they turned out to be,]) in our last have rot been deeme correct, we I fojj the sake of._the 1oion. The nation ,
.! ."Reqolve4,. That the l itoroWtee for the rather than fanaticism. It was, besides, disposed Washington. 'The Address of Mr.;BERHIEN, !have thus given the imperfect of bur" ha ben provided with an Executive. for lorye suspension i t'of,the/ule to, ?nable Lint to.ofier,
District of Colombia be \which, although not the choice of the a.resolution.objected to on: Saturday"which"
infetrqeu f. to-'report to act justly towards the owners, even Meting &mejand ;
dissent.'r more'jo !it.behopves !
: ; carried 181. 3. ** "' "'<*
1:. bill,Maoon as pIab1pohibitng the m the act of emancipating their slaves ando at which the final vote was taken,"may \. .' : vT 'was-Ttnis-- -''-.ayes"! .?.now-i-i <- tr it, TMai
IWI trade in said District., N III[ t 'and foster them afterwards. It one now to "fling away*tblabition'f'o '
protect be i' j. 'EDiToa
,regarded as more generally acceptable :'Upon loolhg'Qterjbe'ar.
'1. of, resolu., The Territorial Ihlls. :. iqenu on: ; .
'OIt'the.qat'StioD aoptigtbe| accordingly appropriated nearly$100,000- the Southern pny.pre. te.v tp tlcle cothnkatedby pie u ,
whole you.Iat
: -toi' the stood 98 for j idjiS8 again st- 000, as" a compensation to them for their delegation Congress, is known to our readers that in the early bi at th ision, orCLAYTON'S reference ito the KJuHrnatorial Contw-
'Hi was followed by a member'Jk| m Illinois, l losses'under the act, which sum,although it we shall publish next week. The two papers I the next. I *
& "
of Senator r.is it I otwrre
the presentscssi n as term en enotfao'thi.statemenf
V ho offeted a reBOIutlon for.:' DJish Jig slat. out to be far short of the amount, was .are in the, main 'similar, both being a part. DuG 'tcmprom. a ', versy you of"the tin6 l irb en''-
of Illinois doubtless with laudable desireto r-- I I.l. ,. : ..
'Very; i\.the Territories!, aid| 't\l I places where thought at that time to be liberal sucinc narration of the aggressions 'of I 'CONGRESSIONAL. years of 90..* Mdae1ey'a"|flB e wo inId4oie ,
,Congress has exclusive :jp w 1r pf .legisla- 'Since the emancipation, it has kept up autlicient effect some stlement of 'the vexed questions the time assumed .
those who have effected for their from he 3ae .Executive
might ;;
ton; that is in all forts ; arsenal more
; jaz5nes, military and naval force to '
jm sdockry&rds
the territories '
relating recently,acquired Senate the 24th ult.. substitute ties it should bare been -13 lS49r'insteadt*
fc ; and other neW, I buildings putt blacks in awe, and a number of magistrates country and their race, I'a they turned their .,In the on .a ; iy *. w "
-presented a bill for. the immediate 'for his formerbi of May, 1848..- I f. {? ?
cased; by Congress witblie. jcnsent of the and constables and other civil officers, philanthropy into channel. They proposed by Mr. ,Douglas, "would' 1'
a to j jjiev
c Legislature of.the.State.Aijj, i'i| to keep order in the towns and plantations an epitome of the events. admission of California a a State into for the admission of California and New idea say JOU4tI'ence that the of
for you app48rto cntertap: i .term
r.This resolution was pMorunder.the and enforce their former connece the Union. The bill
respect owners. the of w rCered.t Mexico'as, state'was referred, with nn mer- the office of the Secretary jl State oust te-
roles of the House wi4 out being put to To a considerable extent these have served wit agitation the., slavery question, the Committee I ?
...otel', ::1,", : as a substitute for the police ,formerly kept and s far as historical detail goes, one maybe lon''te otis amendment, to a aiet Committee of, filled' out bv'apnnintmenteleeticm, 'V .1.

The votes in favor of'ill' ,"these measures on the plantations by the owners and their regarded as'.a counterpart of the other.t on.subsequently The chief an adver of objection report' there- s. \. .. .'. .. r J', ietSecretaryofStaVt.cegair1y: ,thai; .there, i 'sub tofnfn.te iaj::
ground alleged
jere confined to the & erfcfrphi the north- overseers and to preserve tbe'fIOCial and political They are.both lofty and patriotic--differing, (n the Senate, on the J26th, ,Mr.iAthertonpresented expressed 'in the Constit* lion. It aimpfr.

era States.. True there,Hre ,so ne patriotic superiority' of the white race.- But however, as we have before remarked, in against the proposition is the novl) of the !the resolutions.of the Legislatnre. says l that ''the.Seerttarr'. tate'3hiUe
.members from that eectionStthp toted against notwithstanding all this, the British West admission of a State by Congress in advance '
of New Hampshire against the extension ofslavery' "appornf&f-joint vote Pt bOn Uouseof
vii that .
one particular, : of Mr. CAUIOUSI
of India possessions are ruined, impoverished, '
and whose
.All them of
h-jgb sense justice of the adoption of a constitution by the the enema14sseuublywI4pbali coiuiaiacLoffice
-is duly appreciated; who lith progress of miserable, wretched, and destined probablyto being an appeal to the. Southern people, thereof the people in the DeW.Territories ani the s1avetfade during ,theterm.4o1four: ;
and usual > yrrn.'hsOfcoarse
the be abandoned to the,black race. Very preparatory..organization i in the district of Columbia," : ,
aggressions upon tb.ejjSouth! have by while that of Mr. BERRIEN to if the incumbent j WJhe office:shooid'diebr
"their-'votes, sustained tbe/wnarantees: of the different would be the circumstances under the people' ot the Union. this most ,of a government. Another objection The bill granting the right of .way"tor the' resign o1fice"tbtng" the rwessbT(
constitution, and of whoniVe-'jregret' to which emancipation would'take place with j urged was that the bill'provided for a
MYma.ny i should have Atlantic and Gulf Railroad was passed. the General Assembly, tb iGoveTn :nnder!
l have been sacrificed ftt home by their us. If it ever should be effected it will be important reasonwe, preferred division of .
by Congress comprehended the Constitoi&OD
"patnotic urie. '_ through the agency of the Federal Government the later. territory On the. 27th,.the Senate, ,.vas"not, in ses- authority ) conld-appbint
-a. ti Jr within the neW: tate," at certain .- : a 'Secretary- -State t1Mr.commi.'
&l' : controlled the dominant of
,r.-We: have now rough 'tq a'.qose a narra- by power skin. . .f : would "expire at the end pfjth e neit ialW"
the Northern States of the Confederacy, Our correspondent "B, it will be seen, ad future Against such',a. feature the
i tive ofthe. series o'. acts pjfl Regression and : prio. The House passed resolutions;authorizing It' during. ,n/jt i s.jan .ap intm i
and of
the resistance the
against struggle somewhat his from '
t'Cncroachraent connected vth Jhe subject .01 SOuthern. here' : firmly ,to opinion, prnciple Stat sovereignty.naturally arrays the Judiciary Committee .to send for persons' shquld.be. maiJebJ the .Ieral..Assembly.

j this address including tPi ose.itbat: are con- It can then only be effected by the which we; epres some slight dissent in itself-the idea of Congress reserving and paperS'in regard.'to 'charges preferred I there is no' language i"l.&e./Constitution,

wuninated. and those still In'progress. They of the white race: and that would prostration necessarily our last, newly elected Secretary of to itself right partition I sovereign State gainst Judge, Cohcklih of the Northern District which an And that.wifofetijustify the,GOT-
< are' numerous great, athreaten dangerous, and engender the bitterest feelings of Stat was legally entitled to enter upon the being justly repugnant to the theory ofour, ellioT to withhold! a-cqrnjif! tjppn from the em.Pson
,with destructio t'r; the greatest and of New York, pyAnson Little, The thus legally'appointed ialthough the per-
between them and the'North.. But of
most Vital of all the interests'and institutions hostility dutie a regular term immediately upon Constitution Committee of the whole 1LdopeJ one sectionof I son last previously appointed"ytfJ'e'General
the would be the between the
of the South. Indeed, K may, :jbe doubted blacks reverse of the South and the people of the the adjournment of the last General Assem' Nothing daunted, it will be. seen by our ths. bill appointing a Board of':Commissioner Assembly had only held thebffice'one month.

';.whether there is a single pro1on i stipulation I North. Owing their emancipation to.them, bly. As our correspondent is evidently'"el Congressional abstract that Mr. DOUGLAS ha I for the adjudication of claims. Governor, has no authority UvappoJBt
: ;or of the dnstriation, intend- but under the clause ofhe ,Cons&l1tioJa'
guaranty grounded in all the facts of the
if cd for the security of thc 'Soub, that has they would regard them as friends, guardians case, and proposed a .substitute for his or gina bill, In the.&nafr, on the )j29th,. a memoriaJ, which say the comm tls10Ds shall expire at
and and all must be versed .
centre accordingly in
not*been' dered almost nujp,rpt). It may their, patrons in them. The of the sufficiently the Constitution which was referred to a select committee, was presented and referred asking ah appropriation the. end of the next session.1 ."- _,

.even,be"made a seri usqu"Aoo, whether: the: North sympathy would not fail to reciprocate people and to to enable! him, if he choose ,s to do, to reported, and is now before the Senate forth : to e iry' the Telegraph across the "berceire'.no difficulty- 'ia thewiVof'&ar-: <

J tncroachipents areay' iaei!' without the favor them, instead of the whites. Under "play the lawyer on the occasion," it would ,action. It does not admit California' Atlantic from Nova Scotia to Iceland-recent ryinj. 'the language pf tbe Corutitutioa.
I .;aid of any other, would rtbjL'Jf !permitted to not be if of i in reference to<'the Secretary of&al. '"Mr.
the influence of such feeling, and impelledby any opinion ours on
surprising as a State at without it of continuous "
operate unchecked.and iJtoancipation; and once any preliminary discoveries, is alleged Archer was appointed for mar year -hi feigned -
,that at no distant day. Be* I be that as iimay t fanaticism and love of power, they would the subject should prove to be erroneous. organization, but has.a prospective opera- chain of reefs having been made between s "during the recess c4 the G I TaJI*.
-- it admits of tV'IfeuVt' :!that, if the not stop at emancipation. Another step He has not yet, however, us of tion which the t and in his (
hardly would be taken-to raise them to a political convince by President, as soon .as he those points. .It is.proposed. to encase the sembly. plac oc..MoeeIey appointed -
I agreuions already tommed J the H p and social equality with their former owners u is officially notified of the establishment of a wires in cork. ,. ; gn
-ana now in progress" bo 1 Id be con IiU mma- : the to ."expire at the ea& of toenexV e -
by giving them the right of voting and hold- sumes.as regards Scretar of Slate.- constitution and State government in' that from the select'committee
:.tedsuch, in the'end wonljljconsequence. i ri inly be the Douglas sion." Daring the ,nestjM iRIr. Downing
:. offices under the Federal Govern- Because the Constitution does .
ing public
;. |! ment. We see the first step toward jt in the intention not express an territory, shall issue his proclamation declaring reported a bill authorizing the pe tple of Cali- was appointed by the2-p ptral 'A em)>ly;

Little, in truth, would' be!!kit:to be, done bill already alluded to-to vest ,the free that the term of one officer must 'be California to be one of the States of this fornia' to form-a State Government immeli- Mr.wel'acomm'sio4pime4aHbusa4of

t:alter;we hare been excluded horn all the blacks and slaves with the right to vote on: fled out before another can commence a Jnion, upon an equal footing with .the original ately,and for the prospective; admission! of .. that session; and\'I-eitdnot-see u/13Mr.
territories, including those Iq hercafter acquired it does follow ihat such Downing was not ,eligible ojcornmen"bra
the question of emancipation in this District.P: regularly, States in all respects whatever., New Mexico State. .
; after, slavery is iitjoliihed in this But when once raised; to an ), j is not a lair Int.r.--__ -.i I1aflThat - i .ziirerte : tm .. 3.iTMtn.r' railroad-bill was made the Asaembly adjoure ,aud.ilo t
*"i ferufBTwIiert, CongressTfas thnmp., the lac ana* T-11,utin:*'"*
the.exclume right o( legislation, and after all questi9nS and by this political union be imperieciiuii, mid we think the fact i* nowhere another State to be called New.lexJc or Panama bill was discussed 'aniL! a There i is; no-analogy between'the' ensu cf >

the 'other measures propostiiare consummated. tween them,.holding the white race at the more illustrated than in its omission by such other name the thereof office of the'Governor and iftcretary:of Stale
and wrier i a' substitute flredbyMr. Doul 3. \
., Every would be
outpost because is
South in complete subjection. The blacks to provide for terms which do not with there .a positive jnd declared.pro-
,carried,and nothing would$: lift but to finish'the and the profligate whites that might unite expire shall in their constitution adopt. This States In the House, the bill to establish a branch; vision in the Constitution respecting the tern*

: .work of abolition pc! sure in the with ,them, would become the principal recipients the "end of the next session" ensuing a temporary to be admitted into the Union 8 soon as a I mint in New York was made the'special order of office of the Governor,'bd who'shall fill

,States them lvea. This [District: and, all)I of Federal offices and patronage and appointment by the Governor. Suf- constitution and.a republican form of State : of the day for'the first Tuesday February the' officbln! caseof: a'Vacaa; y. happenui Ii'Ioun
places over Congms has exclusive would, in consequence, be raised above the ficient for u! in the present case, however, government shall be adopted by a sufficient in haste-: ,, .f5 D.n .
grower legislation, would) e,(asylums for U--
whites of the South in the political and social is it that the Constitution t4
negative slaves where as wjicjn its they placed scale. We would, in a word, change which the prescribes a term, number of inhabitants to constitute a State, The'Cbmmittee' of the Whol l\ after d'scus- have 'occasionally'jsnet.with,in oar

a their'feet, they would become according conditions with them- degradation greater during' Secretary of State shall In[ the meantime the' laws of the United sion, reported to the'House,anl passed, the> exchanges a' m1ithetaemik'in refereic -

*W the doctrine of our nortb assailants, free!; than has ever yet fallen to the lot of a free hold office; and if, in case of the death or resignation States, s far as they are not locally bills making appropriations for 'the Military j to the Republican. Such attentions are
'unless here should inap
be .positive enact of incumbent
fl inents to prevent it. if'|,! : and enlightened people, and one from which an that term be disregarded plicble are to be extended to the Academy, and Revolutionary nl Naval the more gratefpl when they W offered without
could not shonM and
we escape emancipation.take a successor
: a
1... Under euch a state of things.lihe probability [- place, (which it certainly-will if 'not lar term before it.expires it is regu- ritory-both of California and New Mexico. Pensions.In golicitatio l.l or expectation;.' The"latent'

is, that emancipationvglht.oiOOll; follow, prevented,) but by fleeing the homes of purr: from the wholy.dierent .So far, the.i. i indications in favor of the new the Senate, on the 30th, a resolutionwas courtesy of'this..descriptions,from our old

without any final act to appliah slavery.- selves and anceStors and by abandoning our practical operation of other proposition are not much more flattering adopted inquiring as to the mode of im. friends ;pf the}i l1Iondtz..) Reputtiatn.
The; depressing,effects of 4pjctimeaiiures on country to our former slaves to become the State Constitutions and much more a viola- than those by which Mr. CLAYTOS'S
and Mr.DOUGLAS'S proving the system of reporting' Senate debates That press we) well' reraemierwas one of
the white at the and the abode of disorder tion of construction .
iace Soittb$ hope permanent anarchy, poverty our own than the which
they would create in.the btalkp\ ( a speedy misery, and wretchedness.With we have advanced. former plan were preceded. But the members of. that body complaining the very first tafinscribe;. ,at\\\ rnast-head'.the.

-. emancipation, would produce a.:state oi feeling I- such a prospect before us,the gravest it is time, we think, that some effective action of having been misrepresentel by repor name of TAYLOR, at a tinJe, too wheathe

t inconsistent >with the ;.$hwch longer con- and most solemn question that ever claimedthe The Governor is the chief of the Executive be had o this absorbing question We. ters. Mr. Butlers bill. for enforcing the. i political fortunes of the nobje-veteiaa were

*''tinuance of the existing rWaiions between attention of a people is presented for' Department, and i in point of ro'k the think there hare been quibbles raised in regard Constitutional provision as to the .deliveryof involved in-uncertainty;and'U has ever since
:jtbe two. But be that as'i mar, it is cei r- your consideration. What ia to be done to of State next. The 14th section .
tan; if emancipation did not'fc/I'tnv' ., asamat- prevent it It is a question belonging to Scretar the article of the Constitution to a the propositions, which consistbadly fugitive slaves, was made the' special(, order been' an'able champion of fjiose republican

"ter of course, the final act In the States you to decide. All we propose is, to give 3J organ with that anxiety the'representatives for Monday next. The Panama Railroad principles'which are' beantilally'typified fir

t .would: not be long delayed! CiThe want of you our opinion.We : izing. that deprtment says: of the nation should feel to put this matter to bill was discusseJ. oar new Chief Magistrate: 'The1 pfcasure

,;.constilutioaal power would bpj>ose a feeble] then, are of the opinion that the firs: 'ne be a Secretary of State appiat rest. In fixing upon a plan, we .must not In the Howe, the 'proposition to print rithvhtch the"good wishes bf dther friends
resistance. The by joint rote of both Ilouseg of the
great body(,oflie North i is and indispensable step, without which nothing I.
.. .united againstou peculiarujrtit tion. Many can be done, and with which every thing mbl1'who., shall continue i office during the violate a jot or tittle of the Constitution;'but 10,000 copies Mr. King's repoit:in favor cf have inspired is not a 1iw heightened by

._ .believe
.-.inconsiderable exceptions, ,be 'teve it to be this great and most vital question. Th we contend, that before the position action under the present novel and trying vote of'96 to 65.. -r. .' r---'

-wrong. ;(1'' ij; want of union and concert in reference to i it of our correspondent can be sustained, this circumstances it is .no. good reason that action In the Small on the 31st. Mr. Clayton' observe, the dsathLatl: Baltimore, recently -

,, Such being the case, it wcojl? indicate aTtry.euperficia has brought the South, the Union, and ousystem r explicit requirement of the Constitution must should be foregone,eitfrely-that offered a resolution, which of CapU James M. llll). of the Atmy,
pro wa
of agreed to,
knowledge h their
to think that after aiming 4t'tb man lition nature systematically condition.government Instead to of placing present it above perilous be obviated. Here is a specific period of crastination should be allowed really to bring for the appointment of a joint 'committee: to Cap H.wasa. graduate ol.;>?est. Poiatj and,

,for, 00 many yeirs. $nd pursuing all others it has been made subordinate, not four)'er stipulated, and with as much propriety the nation to that 'crisis" which'we believeis report a mode for examining the votes for served with distinction in Mexico. He acted-

-,it-with,such,unscrupulous! idjsfprard of law only to mere questions of policy,'but to the might we, contend that a Governor at thie moment more a thing of name thanf President and Vice President of the U. S. as Ai4 to Gen. Taylor at theratUe: of Okee-
.and constitution, the fanatic who have .led preservation of party tics and ensuring of chobee. Lake,,in.JFlorida,
elect trench the The on.'hicla.oceaaiOD;
might term provision in Mr. DOUGLAS'S
-. the way and forced the g_ -body of the party success. upon unexpired reality. and ofnotifying persons elected of the rlectioJ '
i North to follow them, would ''when the fin- As high as we hold a due respect for these, of his predecessor a that a Secretary of ,first projet authorizing Congress to form'additional he.was complimented. in onj s for bis gallansion -

..: biag-iJJroke only remained lobe:: given, yon we hold them-subordinate to that and other State might enter upon his duties for a ful L States, at a future timeout: .of the The Panama railroad bill was taken try, ,1' 'p. tj.ti1 1 tJ .It'

; Juntarily suspend it, or pennitjany i : co etitu- questions involving our 'safety and happi ten before the constitutional peri of the one: now 'proposed to be erected, we think and laid until to-morrow. .up. Death .9f U.ja1i Wa1....-

+\ .LdOnlscrupIe* or ton&l\lerat'Pt'jt of justice ness. Until they are so held by the South, incumbent who preceded him elapsed. highly ,objectionable but had clause over The Richmond papers,... nce 3the'deccnseo1thjs -
?oto arrest it To these may bemadded an ag- the North will not believe that you .are in i ; that In the House, Mr. El wards, of Ohio, from
fression, though not yet .cocimenced, long earnest in opposition to their encroachments; Of course, in answer to this,.our correspondent been modified or stricken out, we think such the Committee on' the District. of Columbia, : distinguished. StizenofYitnia. -

Jir J-mieditaledi! and.threatened-44q prohibit what and'they will continue to follow, one after would point to the succeeding section a bill might have been acceptable and practicable. -' reported n bill to prohibit the introduction of ; .. .The'name, oC<.L'I.1 rGU",1m'.1. .

1t 'the eJbolitionists call the interi&l slave! trade; another, until the work of abolition is fin in respect to vacancies, which says: The mere argument of want of slaves lubly associated with the Pf&c* of his State
meaning thereby the transfer] kjJ slaves from ished. To convince them that pre into,the District .as merchandize e or
1J1 are and
of the Union
you you cedent u'He ated
"Vacancies that happen In offices, the to pre-organization the ; repre :Virginia
I one.State another, {rom r motive must by acts that hold all appint a by people for sale or .hire, which was read and
prove your you ment to which vested in the General provides in the
of the Senate of the United Spates andUwas
i : done, however JWn.levt 1 [ other subordinate to it.. If territory, we think rather especially that "' ,
: object questions youbeco or given t the Governor, with the advice and fisr ; persons so,offending shall be con
'.'.wwJdo be to 'nncl |;( 55d. ie united, and prove yourselves in earnest consent the nat shall be filled by the Governor inview, of the.happy aimed sidered1 of misdemeanor leading member of the Bar 5n the>days'of'UldoJphlandIRoane.
guilty a and
-fcy fcrowiing; them together '. the North will be to during the of the General Assembly the main pun- A .
re tbey are brought a pause by purport of the bill. But that ; steetiag- of-tb
and'thus hasten the 1 by granting eommiionl, which shall expire at a itihedlya'fine.of$500'and all such. Coni-
,!'Th' WOrk 4f-eaaeiDafio1 n.I and to a calculation of consequences; and I the end of aut IIOD. bill ha been substituted by another, divestedof citizens of Richmond has been:called to testify
resaonforbeIievint4 it wAl soc en that may lead to a change of measures and tracts shall be.null and. void., ,
,; fbowthosenowinprore. ( less indeed the adoption of a course of policy that may But why are theseappointments to expire those obnoxous.fetures.. We believe it (Members I" Congress, and j other, nonresidents their respect for his uen4ty&,

soeantimeto i >! decisive arrest step the shouldjy whole; !, ken in\ the quietly and peaceably terminate this long I with the end of the session succeeding the I will meet favorable consideration and ultimate however, are permitted to bringthdr' Our acknpwledgtnen are,4 Ji e.toMessTs.CAJXLL .

The guestion then is, wiU|Jj thft measures of conflict should not between the would.two sections.remain for If it time in which they are made? Simply, we' little sanction of Congess as we' have but slaves i into. the l ,District, toI their own personal ,3Wi3TcoTrrXPLU ,**d.T-.B.Kwc,

:riWeM3on proposed ia the.!& le be adoptc but to stand, nothing up immovable in. defence you of think, because the power.of appointment I doubt.it will te 'Politicians I use and also citizens to whom bequests for valuable documents-to ibi last named

J .lJedh i 4: ,, rights involving your ,all-your property, was too much to the Governor may rant- sectionalists may rave- And casuists ?!,slaves I ,may be made. The'first of,Augustnext f xr his interesting Report upon the proposed

;-d They session.may not Bat and when prbbauljjwill:; into not 1 bee prosperity, equalitY,' liberty, and safety. beyond the mereexigency of the occasion i may poise themslves' ,long upon'nice is fixed as the period when the law shall i railJroad across'the. Isthmcs"of Panama'
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I. As the assailed woild stand justified Toe "end" of such ,session wasthe legal. but the People I 1'11Mr. -" "\ .
deration that there is amajonowmj a- you / ; extreme distinctions are}"sound" go into effect.The .;/** (u "
,TjdrVlf-ooeof them'and minority.in bIballllas human and divineln; repelling period for which such a power,could L upon this question. They a:wearied with I 'bui "after' (highly Cz.bis beeieleet. d1ito the'Senate
without) a. :animateJ discussion b y the in
gero looking to consequences Legislature KentQcity, the Wce
fai'oof the O'Jw'M! Ia ai',.ssase of the and to resort to means neces- be rested, -. .thus- "subserving, the convenience' ,that suspense.which instoJe'pabuIutho.f r was informally ''passed'over. "'1/, ot Senator MetcalfjwhosVitrn); "'"*piqi, ,

I :T'Wdose" lias'been.taken consiilerabls! J P4 ere ease will in be Jtfaefcfcextr in iaryforthat would purpose'. \\your 1 aialt andnotion of the General Ais mbJ.a iiwouldmakeJts tt political.tacticians;' they want, ,a' stiIernethandwhether.the In the House, on the-IsUnst. Mr. MuD: the 4tb of,March-,The LwiSriil*Journal,
probability "
b F ; selection to bcamofth6 scale lean J \ inantidyatIoetof"thin ereii t tatedkiew-
i : of them pnsible cnquec. mor alittle'northwardfor from the JudiciAry Committee :
Congress of the vote lAror 1 reported a weeks Mnce.thatMr. and that it will be largely, ,increased.in the ..EntertaiBiag these opinions,; we earnestly fin- i the. vacancy'; (, I at-the-- early!latter pa of r rits southwr webeliereth'ey bill,:changing thej'timft' :'of holding i District. S''r.L. ,'determinatiun;: ;to gtf yieldGehwTaylor's

1( e4JDgCoftpal.- *QMt.the census entreat IOU lobe, united,and for that Pu session., I", ,L; rtjj ,wo1 rather .some adjustment b"qaade Courtly and increasing the salaries of..JudgesiCWestern administration a .it ni andtbeartT
U Kto le taken;next'Vear it'amoufxw''almost>to apt a necesarv'meaeurts. Beyond thi .J j In .- ; of treason, theGoVefnor at once' t i t''t two support. .,*::1. <" i ., i1
tI .'I certainty; ) liey.twiU U l ted, unless thinkfatoud not maner iJ q r iq ...,jpistricts'to... rl ,w"thousand. .It'.U-II:' i/.I"dollars i r Ii iTJ" f. F
.ome decisive inwre b tak *n advance present. : ."1' b proprtcfso. ,,:' isjlrestedvith powerby'and!; with I We do,.not i invite at jfbjs'; moment,recripty ; t 1.d1'l..t I.st.f'. .. s4 G'I,.;:' ,( Wt j ,>A small pajagraph prtmta&or .1bJ_ ".1iD- '
I :!''.; 11'1 ,; ,- : rltft iIi -We1 hope, if'you should unite, with any aYu. ; } thto a t raenr; wbUeTe Jittwd I : ec4.1': r a-tc tbe1eetij.: ,

ii Cl I r;dtJ if even,these concluaioninenMHJf should proiDf ting like anaimityi may of.itkapplya'tey } reprieves.and pardons; and he may, in hare been infinitely bettey the.Jonipror' increase, the salary. :of all Judges-under-$' ,OO g e period;,andjwiich..\.d.o"-.. _.! _AIY

"' *f\ fanaticism and the iw t tis ad erouscj j the.feceis'I, of,'thSn respite'lhe sentence raise'?' f Mr.CLAyTON.i'been..adoptedV.the!" \ I to.that: amount..41 :!,A' motion'to'lay'i: flic rjioterobject far some weeks rn\our c < n ) 1
for such should TLi -
hhouldcontrary to"d'aeJi rtnture, not b the ease!, I until /A. V, IV <-l tr r
i tmce respect constitutional bjttjcitivor if the will then have come you.to.de ':J {" t"rer V Last' ; if a Other plans should fa I cri thy,:table was'tarricd.by-'ayes:90, found its way to we-.bottDa,. -rf/,; a &uxm' 4*
I J/calculationk/ '' Dr,' policy .--i W retard the cide what'course id H.adopt" '; 1.rp, to.ritur at'' ibiswefsin; ; relyhopejihe'btll: of Mf.CuripSjWiU1 noes,88,i' 4, 'I"to ',.1 ,If j.t*.*, ourlast? _r'. f.,. rfl"' i itf\d'!

!,l "adopUon'ofreVent tnese measures|J'1 Ttn defeat. .' i'edf" ;;. .: ." tt 4y'' Jf,.i "p"I & \i leittmatelyexuata .; .be 'revisedandt. ; passei at. 'ta'e I Iieesioaconrmenciig :,}!Th nH ( there would.M till left 'J MMiio'R ( "- :' '
altogether* one M T IDt71Iit ; .an < I >
iS ; t Tiik t.w'y' SIe i.Dhri184IrTh; I the. rAppropriatioa1bill.i. ;,ThCownittee; York, has been-elected lW1Pf.ve Whjiga.of
vic xphi mw&.itfrC4ftewnau 'S Ghjoiiflly { ... "
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h >9 avowed:bythc JW rth to wono- 8.111) ,: '-. .ni .( WO, .Sma, k e I'- ." "gf.t.&o''C": i1t.eti'--: ;, 'T? e'r"]i; r itoU';: ; ent a igte] 1lt.;,<>..amend'. ,by, l'abonshmjhi"spjrirraPropi the\.t.'n.Mltel'"hh..f New YoTkUgislattiTe'to! ;a e *of ttatbe next

t 4t lia..u'LI tcmtppudo 4b4iUuaiov).r J /'jaiel' f!;r ". J. ; .jr11 But the_/ -.#.of. n yer .8" TJie'athjern,delegaJ yemade tionintheNvye' '' iJ <1, "" th' .tr.--M..ft $ft|p4
,.1M t.shool4.be to 'Vb1 ojsrLJs t. argument. ouraMrVesrnlentli! t : "i: : monthy e .. ; .
-I "Jf t.-Ul Becms LtiJ -"- sdeinonstratioa--not1altogethrjinan. ,itb1v 'aii ma4.toa3 ''Mr.\T'. .. *1' Y" [ lit'
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..That; ofJtotJfcwoBld,. t yt.1 liO: u 'i' nii I Eflolm :UJII t ''lpp t Judges' bus in its result, it!is .troe bt still!junplytffitieut ; Itoooo'ror. hip discovery,'of' ;the; Minetac" l'. -'iGoTDreW 1 otA *! : !
|o the North a sufficient euxaststea1 10 : whi fOf ."eei4ed.f. .. .. fsigned
: a as"elet .. i'l Sf'l and o-th
i D Iusru s Wl1tT4ocsxd ; l :wAoir a { ;: 4t.i.t t hl.t. f m: the aattel
; -E: GIve her. -three-fourths of"the. W'*no.irwhi:: t I'2 .1 &.1 SraJ .The J\lr w ;] under
ts..r.poTtc4t9tb9il9u1G. t : : ,.: &y 101DI7 l Ge.rpa; ,,i ,July, 1815.:" 'Two of the'Judge* Prh.s! MMe wrontf'Inflicted-by The Senate'waSl in session the2dinstIn 'of. the.Senatemntil \]
,({ "ro't t t \' r has been division in the % the'7/oMw, Mr.; 'STCPHCNS, asked .p.rl : choose a.Governor. ll
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go tf; .1& "1J 'l ft'J" ; ) C\ I .f. Mu ."T.i v -_ AS-.* i. "vst,'' ;". w iodu* i fltb d4) O: I as em of UM Sad I4IIthU. sadsiUafthi 'tt. .
\ lPr.da'uJeqfJhe'fiI64hl one or more newspaper iin.thescTeral ; JL .administrateai. ths.Ekta of ObadiahCoflgmr.'laU UrertrfA '. .: l.. T .. -
"An Ad4 of the-State.: The first election-trader sugar: of.whickcnba alone pplied2Oo"! of.Js kso8ViUe, l*val ewuityidnaiauaa *- will' "": i WILLIL8I4II.WL24 a.F.Mi-
Mien'Sbnrtfr.M&imd.e doDan"I
State lorppos1 '000. .Punt's Merchants' Magazine estimates eeuiL bOUls b.rtb7gvea:.. In- pay
1he J pi e1SInkrMmdecin Quti .u.-v.&t.e4 8&a&ae DIIIrtI&
; i the first MbncLajriMay : p.esWor s.- V V era ;
this'act to be'beW the 11 oanfty' notr' 859OOQto debted 1&i4.Ed&&e," oonaforWartfaBd 5ikmdj.t. .
: : pnjdacedf syaIg4ol SIP ,
W. cWs and for I :
NbJiC eon- 1 4
;) anff'the'second thereafter. on the first 00,000'tonsincJudingbeet and maple'Jso ''ysdt i'.clr.-.JIIIODI. baring. 1a1ti and S.4Orth e.,1Ud = ; .= "=
.oJicf, -, itJiMT datrU5r f the ar. The'State.'of:"Louisiana produced; demands against said stAteit vjtweat' than .JaII&Iact ialm of She'tt, .itT tth 117. .. .
in October in they &. IItoch
; 1& /- Monday *Itbin' pJhe1) rfij If
185thence't >
. I2n1 ti. e' St for school. pnrpo- he' year''1847,' 240,000 hogsheads. It is :,; ; ".IiU.oEO.t4ELtMINc.;,'.1 SI wilt. pay..haadrei aadtlTedoBatv ak Jf>, :, II "..r.i &n'"
'' K0. *j 'f.T'J. 'W* .'c- forward like:elections to be on e firstMonday. : sad mm ffriti tj)eeattaad xp oses t aboa a fV .
.to the'tcto3ci >thet Register of Public estimated that Great Britain consumes annually -'Joint Aitmiaistrtttr.?& of tJitiBterosf.ofRober1it.Chel..1riI1J1al&, :.A I3nu4abJGdiJIiim...ubjtAA
October in every t fourth year, 250,000 the::rtetfcf Europe5,000r c Wbitesvitt. Blaot C.kE4. P7 -
:: M' j : w: '. 6 JltA of s h Feb. I-2m:' .}. if t 04 & ; AytJ.s..n.WCov.. .Ad 4iIreifDUIonshsjl4Ssad ; ''tiM et -of.'Ct'JJ."i'
election' ol State- .ttaeh of the Io '
. .4'iiito"tf being the day of Senators the United States 460,000, and Cana- I' 'L_ ".'." 1'" .aUov ft .4h. ...... .......
ttHw Treasury of the o aTi'Ao an.0 aD& .d'.J. 4" a4.b -
.!,Ti to4;!1 t>5. f.' > vlde<" and ,Represe iiativ.s-ihe incumbents to remain da! and the other British colonies 25,000. ,N tle ."uk.m *> *** ''j=JI';a1slJtQ .nch of tta.hIIIob.04 t,.';: .Spe'.t'I'Ar. ...14

.m {....' -II": ..u.i ..... in office. until the. qualificatiori of.their. ; I The amount ofbeet.; sugar made in.France fFnot diapMcd:of;previo iiytby private""eonJL Pr U .iDt-I"i iCl1IAr : .. .u" m,. !",.wIM .J> :biw
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: 184G-47 was estimatedat .107,180,110 tract the 'ftiU'on' .
uAn f or the increase, fa* { t. .n undersigned for sale at a ues f-alIiJ..Mh.r. .
i ,I"c. 0> respective successors. In,'case of the death, pounds, being* an increase1 of 2598,432p public auction to be Jtekf ia Jacksonville on the ,wiD pa1'ibM -. /ibosTZS, ,iLJ7s ..HIM
; drat Monday in.March f.Uowincfcae slave aD" ': uj4t i1fi' an PIt a J. .
resignation of the Register shall be the nnds, 'on the anantitrtnanufactured; :tbe, T |;negro .
the CoaanyifSci r o!' JB-HpKrridc .that i' !. previous Vyear. Thei French have perse-: !ddyf' n.Skt ha,- --been/ aocnstomed tsst U cook, of'tjJ'Pmiftj.m. .::" I! :t t .;. ;e" ".******
, < -' duty of the Governor to fill the by &e. MART Odbud-n"
( vacancy COZGAR. .; .. sad _A .
U* 5 per cwjaff rpl the nett proceeds of U.SJ vend in the manufacture beet sugar, untilit 0 -of n A.PIalpePItI' ,J tp' Pz.ai ,..
State'giv _. somoeh of th.toterest .
of the to .q.o..P.F : .
appointment The. Register '' = .
IwIdV'w'itjIffli.i' Jhe State, granted by has become an i important branch of busiiess. Feb."i--td"j! .. ...flu _, : d :, nania.wn} ply, four do1lnzstwent: a .Dst28l$4s. '' .101
. "' I*'" -lr Con-'j bond in the sum of $50,000. It thought] that equal industry and tbre, ''burtb cent, and expenses) also, *6'maela, i-i------: __, _:__ -

giesft for.thei |. cs of education i-An Act to extend the tenure of the office science, applied to the manufacture of hector Columbia:Sheriff a. : of tbfterest ofRogers at Price 'ft wffl paf I?'? ,l CHEAT-AXD GBOW.mai.tH'J'li.

proceeds of1U ; 4ie* 'of, the 16th sections I ., -' .. doUafk;sell and tbreH'o rtJa cents and expenses J --v. .
in thiI would .
corn-stalk sugar country, accomplish'as ., jt 1 :1"I.t r : ,-
1 Register of Public Linda BY virtue of a writ of'Fu Fa issued?oat-of also, ** ranch of the interest of James Ruse will .r"

bwbJtItproeeedsofll estate re "An Act to for the of much' here as there. Circuit Court of Columbia outy,1 will pay ttrJPflollsjt,.two and:one-half send, and expeztsevyUso. -; rrct c bU Wiiit. scsipstaut$.efW..a

Wo ? kit t .on account of a defect 1'1'n provide payment expose at public sale,ia front of th*Court Hoase, .to Much of the interest' of John N: 1.I.ti..t QI1\1 v.Iin.1'-I.tai4

of heirBortttxto.kin| and.the of : the salary, travelling, and other expenses ofthe' .Died, in the town of Alligator,\on the first Monday in tiayMiswin: pay two dollars thirty and one-half time,a&4tJvJf J'n prsetil4..
: proceeds March next between the boon of sale on'that ceaU and expensed; use.*much of the interest imposition .Dim5r7 seeasat wflbo tM?
Lands of the on
all properfr Io Iii Jon the,.coast as wrecked I Register of Public out public In JaekBonviUe, on the morning of the 13th instant dayS the following property to wit: John M. beamaa as will pay 'folH'- aid rear or deteetlo I tn a UW iii 15.r545.

l moneys in his hands." ; pvjmonary consumption, W.l.V..' The east half of the N.W.. |uartort of iectio seventy/cents and expense*5 ale,so"-ef th* come.and tw iEMN!a CUJlNBf '
orjerelic; df ;)[hi.ieasp also such grants.ora MUIK, of the city of New York aged 34.' Mr. 19. Also,the N. W.quarter of the N E.quarter interest .of Joaa K. Townsend -as will payrtw tU,fcooor *f iuMaB, ,,,1JIq"""
eraftetbe made for the "An Act to authorize the Register of the Mum arrired here in the early part of last fall, in of section 19. :Levied on as the property of John dollars and thirty cents and expenm.- "-'. to raise the b .ft Reform o? which i U has.ia-

I Land Office, to employ a Deputy,.and for hopes of recovering from the'fell malady to which Turner,to satisfy aa execution ia favorof Thomas JTjjBlkJ ,JofAB.S.mTni1 ICri1Jod the simplo' rds'Io .Ot..J. *
pa iai I'| tjstltnte the'common school lie has at' length fallen<-&I victim. Those hopes Goolsby. Also, one steam saw-mill, and land Tax Assessor and CoIleeUr > 'I dPrcuf'A

-interest of which shall .other purposes.1 eeemed to be approaching fall fruition until withina belonging to the same, situated about two miles 'I II. .for the COIID\TotAJa4"- Pures
"Aff Act relative to the examination of month or two past, when symptoms of a relapse from the town of Columbus. Levied on as tbe December 7-,tds. eomp1et4" bI heeL tbq ... .
be inriolab y:appjlei to the support of com- gave tot that to indulge themlonger were Tain. property.:.of;Heiekiah .A. 'Nash and Merrick .1 Let eonssii"lTh: t.7 whal
"I < the office of of Public Lands." Hit decline has since bee On we hare don*. T .
: be'State. Register more rapid. Monday Barnes to satisfy a decree of foreclosure of mortgage .sJ.
sthol hoot It also S
-. i.I iKrcwf evening last he sank ader complete prostration in :Columbia Circuit Court in favor of Joseph NeW1 J'fi.t ; !1JH.; .%v. wort Bfft t.'seiiCI ..t1a
"A Bill to be entitled an act to .
Yide.th !fComptroDeT' shall,invest encourageand and suddenly and tranqwiHy expired on the following B. Watts' 'Property pointed out in the .!" used to bsi called't4gsod for thm Ufewtr; ;"i
a o fc *illtai ? internal improvements, and to morning. His remains were followed to the writ execntioB.. T. B.FTTZPATRICK COOPB _n) AD. 2. _Waasvtjri sit.1,1M.aarW'1
ng to the capital of the fckiadA.J .- amount oftrshad: ; introduced-.aer.-
p'b1 numerous SherioCo1umb1a .Jacbonrilll' >
authorize and regulate partnerships for that \ Co. 'i' Loften'come .. ,. _
hobVfun1i\$ ,or U. S. stocks. Feb, 4ds.. '* ariA teas than hasyeidrtr beensold...
r oteB4T,
; np nea',0nlUi 1 to no apgd Tor their.. ait, and r-
-'Aa'rAct nifce tnt trespass on the school J, purpose. _. .The.friends of FARQUHAR BE- ,- : ,with a large and well-selected their friend*,tU-Ii I'- t.ialiUes tat* eaa nda.
iJ jniyxnal J THUNE hereby propose himJM*- andulate for Proclamation stock of fresh Goods, consisting in part- of- -' : 100".u....v'v.t"! ,i S c..fer >T- < .1." -.,,. r

I1aIy" Improvement lands ProiiiEurope, the office,of Judge of'JVobaie .at the election to .""11I .G C a JS .. a" HAM,:CAPS >, S. W. have Mddol prices non UsU 2Sec

aad torecoT ri4 I *nagf .for the use'and occupation :: By the Atlantic steamer CANADA, which: I7e held in May next. Teb. 15. 'PBOVUIOXS, Boors' SHOE,' een- .'both in,ma tt and Omen tat*.< .'

ot: .e"--a es it the duty of .arrived at New York yesterday, we have advices JAMES M. DANIEL.haTingt.been aa.ounced .DayJOODS" Comic, f' sets. grocers.'ThWuw; .''fcaV rainiBjtl done alw trad tfy,,..a. 4emUhnaibajj. sew
Circuit es&tit&argethe Grand Juries of from Europe to the 13th instant, beinga as a candidate for the offieeAfJnd ecf IIAaxt-W.uu, SABJDui: :'::j'0; peewhtw.aziiiytodo: :- ::. .' If

tbir' fortnight: later than the previous accounts.,', Probate his nomination-is,herek-T veUerated,' .CJLOCUBr, 1 &c4&c.c.s: : 'Wem .ue'lIe. bskhaif
.respective 11 ?1 .oronties, ,to. present all per- The PKESIDEST'OF FArcE has been occupied and win be supported by MANY VOTERS. Which ehet or J4 btJ umiprieehaL sholi
will be sold at Savannah for *
...ho ah&tpass,on said lands; also in giving grand receptions to eminent tFeb.t8' 1849.Tot&e .' i- ,', country produce. prices. ca- .. w-,i by ale the crown'lIDdred.pjft i. be"faap.*r ctenr"oj'wnea'. '.'&lae1'.. .a. l

makes it the doitrtof the Solicitor to.;prosecute men of every shade of political opinion. I '' ) BT THE GOVERXCm OP .THE StATE OF TLORID.W :Cfcaa P.Cooper., '**''*;Js> la.' '' 2. The wbelss'cioeerkl1ow: sair.11.ar 14
When he m the receive 'yoter of Dnral County. HEREASIt N.;: n.-cw'&JraD! s made on' Cotton aav Ibt. the .t' .
Well ri rainsK-the parties Convi t d' to appears public populace "1>..1' is required.by law that an I' tare to Lal'fL1IIIi
him with every respect. There had election be held in this State on the first signed to our friends. ia Savannah.Chailestaa wiQ allow, in- A i i
pay tkecoaljubjla! 'fine equal to four times been several disturbances at Bargnalles near:: I' We' are requested to annonnce.EDWARDL. Monday in May next, for a Register of-Public and New York. 'J JiV 1L.I on. the fame. it:: I .z1. bul

tKe'amonnf {damage by such DK COnES as a candidate for the office of Lands, to hold until the first Monday of October, 'Dec, 38-tf., ., .j J.,We hereby ertahli "< '.w.r
tresP:188..II but confined the
Paris they were to locality: 'JndieefProb&te aDd pS a&endea or PablicS 1550; also, for Judges of Probate,for the several tea from tix to Mart tnUiftrvoMd ilai/U UM
The mko.ttjqicres Solicitors to prosecute i in which they originated. ". Tho election to be held on the firstkloaday counties,to bold till the first.Monday of Ok t >ber, Fire, Marine and 1nLudInV.u'; 1 the wholesale rroieMdK."' 1 '.;.c .zb*2 iln

fipujs to finaf for occupation for the The French funds were rather lower. ia May. 851, and for Justices of the Peace tot: each disrict ranee., i I **How can yea, d<> UtiiT asks the eumti j ii.cbant .
repQvery in the several i no II 'This b oavinswott'' IV. dJI'
The great doubt which prevailed respecting 'Feb. 8. counties, to hold for two years. I vro'eodOBl >
use aad occupation'of said lands by unauthorized i : ([all of said officers to continue in office till their 7 per :.profit iwtead of 23 and:pet oeta ..
the of the Chamber in willing pr ttcifpn.Inwrarict'&mpmyof'& Jenty
: uncertainty being successors shall be elected and qualified : i wholesale grocer"0'' t.M
a., persons, i .1. i l to be dissolved without any political IT is ITEEEBY ORDERED That the said electioa . |;(f AT*A-Oy'"GAfltl AtvW*vfT Ai I EJ: >.1 .Enflconltl scp4rjsr Ja41,bo&eW..w J

."Aft Act forhrrlief of occupying cbahnants" struggle, is the main cause of the depression. & he i held throughout the State, according to law,:. 1.-. VdoMEi3S<,.;.W.Tuoxso. ,'Pa'ri a make moie. rfmey by eendiac bad teas_
Trade, however,has improved. The French and the officers whose duty it is to,order, said election :. .: the New York martttt than ood teat. Wo irs
-provide! 4 duit any person who may five *will take notice hereof. 'h ,:CAPITAL*taooooo. ,:\ resolved to orertLru.. this &iuaL. ....e&l1
have settled W-improved lands in this State per cents. are quoted at 75 francs. MARINE'INTELLIG1NCE Witness my hand and the great seal of the State, _?' ,l-w ,, upon agents ia ewtrt to wm in the United Statee U-,
The latest date from Paris states that the given at the Capitol,this 20th day of Jan- eonre forward aaj':tjiy thr tea* imported by tMPtki

which shall pwivcjto belong to another, the movement in favor of dissolving the National : PORT OF JACKSONVILLE FEBBCART 15. IiLl: nary A. D. l&W and of the independence mItE i act for i beenberhariug the above Company a ,for. Jacksoaville aU to, nil Contpwuj- and wopkJdx vaehea<"

charge'and 'ratuejof such settling and im- Assembly meets with favor, and that M. of the United States the 73d year. 'Augustine, and vicinity ia.prepared to lime: that if innx iuotKJ they do not ten *&ore tea
WM. D. MOSELEY than the oldest iathoUw
Governor. deafen
pToring shalllwpd? by the right owner to LAMAKTIKC approved of,,mod would support, ARRIVED, Attest: /, policies Against' low Or damage by fire, OB dwellings : wEwm give thrtitAir aivllarzeA tea' hcrat "ftIj,1Is

atiCh cfci'mant a measure for the immediate dissolution of: February 7,schr.E.Wright,Wright N. York.do. A.E. MAXWEIX, Secretary ff State.January stores,mills;merchandize, and furniture. nlain English,4laDDOt be JIIo '
ixxupy,ngi ; and if the right that:AssmblThich he lately took so much ,8,schr.J no. Snow, Raynes, do. 25,1349.-2m.. And aI o *iH, tone marine polities on all ma-: Wo appeal testimony' to tbd t'ta_.-(

owatr is not wfllirtg to disburse so much, pride in constructing. The collision foreshadowed do. 9, schr. "0 K," AVffley, Key West. I rine risks, bit the most favorable \enn."AU Io aesmet of OUT AgentS in1 1 ifyry part of the UnitQ3.4tatsic State
do. 10,br.brig Brazilliao,Morel, L;.York. by this Company will. be paid at this agency. '
aa estimate Jball jije made of the value of between the co-orJinate depart. California Gold Mines Application made to' ', : t&i"
rttck land" *fi3l\tb\ot\ the value of ments of the President and, the Assembly, WM.R.MUIE.Agent, ted States, for ttoeije oftbe tea ,by which they
.improvements which is Lamartine PROCLAMATION. THE subscriber, desirous of changing the At Morris R U's store, Bay. st., Jacksonville.' can make money; Ud; confer a beaeftt no* thepnblicbyiapplyhepar .t
perceived by be inevitable
thereon; an4 if the right owner is willing has induced him iake this to for "the Spade and Rocker"'.Ters'or Nov.24m.Aitmintetrntor's. ., arUde-... ,.t.lf "to. .,- -
to .
step. sale his valuable plantation known as -
to'pay th4 eijitimated value of inpronmentfl The President has determined that the WHEREAS it js by law required that an GREENFIELD Notice.. CAT!, UEOF tEsr r.-/. : 'r
be held on the first Monday
in two ahc.4a instalments with legal candidates for the Vice Presidency shall 'be oC May next in the;several counties of this State situated on the St. John's rivei East Florida,IO't th. estate OSaL. : ATI f. ABE 017SES or TUZ'PEXINI

interest on ., the occupant shall relinqmish SI. ODILLOX BARROT, %I. ABBATTCCCR and L for Judges of Probate, whoso torm of office t) continue miles from Jacksonville,-containing by estimate- ALL John persons 3IiddIcton baring claim of Jacksonville against Duvalcouaty COMPANY; 'r : : .'
M. BOULA DE LABCRTHE. The former will to the.first.Monday of October,A. D 18311, including some valuable marsh, a portion which ,
possessioin the premises; and if the undoubtedly be chosen. M. DCFACRE it is I And whereas !t.is inado the duty of th. clerks of is already reclaimed-about 3.000 acres The i Florida. deceased-- are hereby notified to 15&Rd' c\ street;New lark.ist'J
them itbifl'the time law
he Circuit Court "in their present specified by ; .t,1 y.
oCcupant on the ifefueal of the right owner said, will succeed Odillon Barrot as MinisterotJustice. respeclire couotlej to lituation is healthy and convenient to navigation otherwise. they will be exu1a.1edTHOM. ; I'. f. -
order said Election to be held- The 'lonM tatMS! ,_':
.he soil rich and well adapted to culture of Sea a aIsland \V. JO- teas *
to pay, .shall,bfe willing to pay him the esti- THEREFORR, rr HEREBY!. OHDECF.D, That Cotton rioe, or sugar The.buildings eonNt JOXEAdm'r.. doqe up in .quarte' ,poimud, half pooadan aa*.
mated value of the land, he execute and ROME.-It is said, on the authority of r said Election be held on said da, at the several of two-story dwelling, cotton ginhoose&l x: December 21-tf Sin pound pachagesUrjb. flrtt or'iari-wrapper/,"

may Alinisteral circles in Paris, that intervention I Election Precincts, in the county of DuTal, for a 32 feet 2 1.2 story-with gristmill, 2 'cotton gins; U. e Circuit-Court Eastern Circalt of lead the second Ufejibsr proof paper;JUkltM third
deliver booda, &ih bonds shall have the in behalf of tbe Pope will be immediatelymade Judge of Probate for the same, to be governed ;=4 running gear'complete; negro houses and I Flori' DnTAl Conntjr. or'outside wnp fr'lt Ctiaew rfee'paper! '.Tb*l
managed, and conducted in the same manner as other! ituLHng* nearly all new 0 or 600 Compan.aeU nout GOOD TEAS dooev fik
effect of judgment and & ;
the'aIDe William
liens as the Catholic Powers of Campbell, )Awnrnpsit: damages laid
by great Europe. Is now provided by lawfor, conducting the Eleeio.ns acres cleared,together with stock Of bowes, mules this peimr. aar.aJ1.4aio&t "
judgments; that' the. latter provisions ha1l1'I AtSTRI1.-Pcotb has surrendered to Windisehgratz. : for members of the Assembly. The and hogs; valuable hcxasscrop..9f corn and 'T.:*n.-As vs. V at 'I1'at-AChment.O' luxrisutdts.of! _. ."_ ft> CqutI'y-

only apply wh )re''snit has been I. returns of said Election to"be made sent, and for peas wagon carts, farming utensils, &e. Abo, 'lnHE dcfcnd nt and j.all other interest dealers maT sclctf (u'l MJl fc quantity'tf each
by warded to the clerk of the Circuit Court under ; persons
SPAIN.-Gen. Concha has, resigned his about 25 likely Negroes, from 12 to IS years' JL art-hereby notified of tho institution of kind as tbey llk.and hare them packed kt.ooo
the party clain: nc agains\ .tbe.party occu- the same rules and regulations cs are now provided among which is valuable Carpenter. ehest.' These teas t ')come in Are p mad packs-
office or Captain General of Catal nia. The by law for making and sending Election thin suit, and *re required to appear and plead to '
rymg the land,lai4 l on"winch land .the im- Carlists have blockaded (.alcina.LIVEJtPOOL'M to the Judge of Probate: Lid Election to of The privately above, .property will be sold' if not at.aoction.previously en disposed the premises I the declarati0a:fifed,otlm1rile-' &_ will'be-' .., _d.'. ot ttOJ -A.J'. ftm

pwrennts bar$fclssa made by him or them, &;, JANCART 13.-The be held and cQnducted aDder the superintendenceand on Tiiunda.3, the.15th day of March neaL awarded according. ,R.DORMA to law. I'11rs.A.tt',. Persons ring si* part of th. United
of Cotton have management of the following persons, who Possession given immediately on compliance with States or Canad-! can order of Ue tea fa
and IJiih suit shall be prices advanced one-eight ofa Jacksonville,Dec 1st, ISIS. Dec.7 3m. any
judgment w renderedin
of said Election : .
Fair are hereby appointed Inspectors the terms of sale. In the meanwhile preparations :. this & qnanttsn&i
favor of in penny. Orleans 3-8 a ,4 3-4: t. wit: wisheS' -WopaikTxbem fa Chsaast kraoa. asat"
tbljp; rty.suing; which casethe Cur planting another crop will be made of which I A DMINISTRATOR'NOTICE.-5iI
Mobile 4 1-4 a4 1.2 Georgia bowed 4 1-8 I JacktonceUe Precinct: Oliver "Wood Robert L tW F.ragMthk faat-"
; the: purchaser can >avail himself. I should prefer r dafiterthem $0"
2JL months after date I shall the Honor
court ;rendering judgment of eviction a 4 3-8. Saes! during the two last weeks of r Bigclow, and Charles W. Downing. selling the whole of the above property together able tbe Judge Probates of apply the County to of Nassau from charge for pacAJ** .r a." Tht ssstisi't

against the occ paft, or in case the.laim be 70,000 bales.-Nat. Intelligencer, Jan. 31. AT..Art's Jieach Pneinct: John Houston, privately,and persons wishing to nuke a safe and I for a final discharge from my administratm Ion should always. acc aoy the order.. :I
B. Gibbs C. '1'IJ
Kinney and George Accosta. profitable investment, will seldom meet with so rlft -' "
the Estate of John Dixon. deceased.. ES TE.l
asserted in equ. ,|then. the court renderingthe Cedar Crttk Precinct: Charles Broward, Wil-: favorable aa opportunity; and a* it is quite accessible JAMES GREEN Administrator. f ;rt. T"., 'f-r .I V .i 11.3'

decision against such shall liam Braddock, and Robert Turner. by steamboats running twice a week from December 14 6ni. Young Hyion. ,cO& d' ..,..-., ..'t
occupant Sam-ring In California.The tt utt A' ao
Mandarin Prtcinct : Albert G. Philips James I Savannah to Picohvti on the St. John's, can visitor ... sWecaigO.
cause to be sqiuns/ned twelve disinterested following communication appears in I J times, and Chandler l S.: Emery. address me at an early date on the subject as Jam I c. iv.ATTORSET DO'L'"G.. an ". "'' :.w"*.'.J.I
jura. who Black Creek Precinct: John Wheeler, Benjamin disposed to sell on favorable terms, for cash. II fine rlU'IO.t 'W
sblr.t... 4 the request of either the Boston Post- Wilson, and Amaziah Coy. or> if desired one-half or two-thirds the amount i ASD COt}SEttOR AT LAW, ." .xtM fine. .* f- WW

party after notice to the adversary, go on Would it not be well to caution those Thomateitle Precinct: Abram Bessant, Benjamin on a credit of 6, 12, and months.if satisfactorily! .4 aiIce4lesf, flOOSHfer '."=' "
goin G. Hifrginbotham, and William Thomas,Jr. secured. CYPRIAN CROSS, Will practice in all the Courts for the Eastern Leaf seldoaTtold erie by lars fralev*;-
the land and tns&e\assessment, and make re- to California in regard to taking a full!:I Clay HU Piecinrt : William S. Harris Henry Heszard Post Office,Duval Co., E. F. Circuit, and in the Federal Court for the Northern. because of the veraa, H irojSU aladt. .m HttaV."

port to such court,;. For just exception to supply of provisions with them? I have E: Peacock and Elijah Carter. January 25-tds- District of Florida. This Is a wstn 7i ,, It '.M'.,_ f}
just received a letter from my brother there. Polls to be opened at 9 o'clock in the morning, '- Golden CheupC6op, Thujtatienw' Gartet)"
said report the do4t may recommit the same: He writes: ur as soon thereafter as practicable, and closed at Administratrix' Notice. ITT THE CincVIT COURT Growth, $I vO. : g t

to the jurors. ;$ iid report of such jury beconfirmed o'clock i in the afternoon. EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA : ST, JOHNS GoLpe CHOP'. 1"his is th- faeatGiteaTtavicultivated
"A state of distress and Given under my band and the seal of said COCSTT. ; is of the 'first
suffering prevails A LL persons indebted the Estate of Henry in China JJt pickaciu
by < the claimant shall Circuit Court at the Court-House in
ttt jourt, I here such as the world probably never before [SEAT.] Jacksonville, this sixth day of Feb 2m. Hartley, deceased, late of Dnval county, are William Aikert. Jttnr.,' and excels alt otteip CJreen Teas for its delieaey.sT

either pay to 164 occupant the reported.value! saw. People were so eager to get gold that A. D. -. requested to come forward and make immediate idminstrator, ."., of flavor, strength aadj'aroaia. Hvttotar this laa.

of the* waste and they only thought how to here. Thousands ruary OSCAR HART payment; and all creditors legatees, and persons William Aikea deed 7n Chancery: has never reached MUS country tlcept.ia. small. .
improreqleajs, damage, if r get .
1 enntitled to distribution in said Estate, are hereby complainants.vs lots, a*presents to importers.Gunpowder
oYt and Vent* p4j profits being deducted, or upon thousands have rushed here, Feb. 8 21ns. Clerk Circuit Court. notified that unless they exhibit their claims tome : Bill to fortdott mort- t .r.rU.IOa. ,,. t"2tI.rr
bringing no provisions with them trusting within the time prescribed by law, they will Ter1'tn"1: I
Charles W. Simon,
jite 'bon4 an4j Jt1gt. 06. .
therefor P1MtaioTOwLh, $
f rarity ; and thedaiinant wholly for their supplies on what could be Notice. be forever barred. Benjamin D. IlerrioV e "I.'lr. :''.i:.,'

refusiifg;:*! to do, then the occu- i obtained here. There were none raised here. months after date we will apply to the SUSANNAH.,. HARTLEYIan. Henry B. Armstrong '*. J".I soEl. _...

panl slall par',.1im the reported value of( All rushed to the mines.' The supply SIX of Probate of Nassau County for a final 11-3t. Administratrix.AT IT having been made to appear satisfactorily by d..fj r'd'.a.IS ,I.--f

from abroad is on the Estate of James ..: dco'd.late sffidantthataflhllbMbeendnlyflletiathicause I Imperial : i *;;,;. t"I 1- .<;,::71 o'
said land the value brought mostly exhausted, acquittance app that all the defendants therein .
with ; of rents. or profits and reside brisk ai 4fragr lr ...vC c. 11"': .
of said
sifter II and hundreds have already died and thousands t. county.FELIX a term of the Circuit Court of the Eastern without the limits of this State and within:other K. 'eEimsi4I4v.ry: tnperiweryfintv ,' orlr-
judgment,jjupi dded or give bond and I GUIGER. Aduft.ANN Circuit of Florida, held at the Court House
more will die. from starvation and by States of the Union, .beyond the Jurisdiction of lIyscnt FiiDzMoiJnduWi"" of .I '
security to paybisame. the hand of each other. Sickness SAPP, Adm'x. in Jacksonville,for the County .Dnval,on Wednesday [ this Court and its process on motion of Complain Lant's U' exr&Iae4 .01' .. .,;.6II"
rages as Feb. 8-6m. ; the 22d day of November, in the year of Solicitor IT is OKDEOED That the said defendants h' '. .' ., .
"Aa, Art to'nMit pre-emption rights :to I famine increases, and men have become de.mons our Lord one thousand eight hundred and forty, and each of then do appear and answerComplainant's. 'tLffi .'r ...n:'aod.....

settlers on.Statelk&ds"-provides that I goaded to insanity by hunger; and if eight: Present-the Honorable George S. Hawkins BflK of complaint, within'four P.echongru.d,4l11a'rov f.m 1

every you have any regard for a brother, for God's I Executrix' Notice. Judge. Months from, the data nereof and on failure to .. ue4 ; ".. ""'. ...f .

citizen of the JLJwted States, or person de- sake ship me some provisions to San Francisco ALL persons having demands against the Es Eliza E.;?P.t0n' I In Chancery: Bill for Di- do so, that' said Bill be taken' as confessed against, .&S ''err svder r 'a ". J111SoachodCpa

claoiig an intentiOe to become, citizen, be- as 6&&aa possible, or I die of starva of Daniel M. Stewart, deceased, late of Martin K. Clopton."oree.. them.iTisFtBznsa That acerti&e, ;': "1 -. -. 'r rtT. : 8:" "

iag.the head of %\kmily, a widow, or singlenaif tion." Columbia county, Florida will please present IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court this Order published OiDERip in some Newspaper within copyof -. extra t3t". ..r b-n.' .''...' I''IG'.tufpohmg
them the I II
to undersigned without delay. ;ttroafir 2U.' I. "
that the defendant in this resides out of the
Such is the cause Eastern Circuit Florida .
brother the of week
writes ,dnoo a .
or womaa, over the age of 21 years I, and if think way best my me, Notice is hereby given to all creditors and legatees State of Florida, and beyond the jurisdiction of secutkelv: for four Months from this date. eon- I 09LO, t ,:.Io&f r'at.rtti.t.
you you can publish it I of, and persons entitled to distribution in the 'aal.Ifo&i i
; of James
who has mader> make settlement this Court, Therefore on motion :W. GEORGE S. HAWKINS.Judge fee.CLERK'S \'eS1II D.- .
in .
shall a .
for it Estate of the said Daniel M. Stewart deceased 4r. .
may prevent some others going there Bryant, Esq., Solicitor for said complainant, / :: -T'" r '. 14'tlztranne
pewom'ca any< chic lands granted by Con L unprovided with sufficient to support them that their claims and demands against aid Estate IT is OKOEKCD, That said defendant appear OFTTCE \ ; td8 .XJand bIfpOaD4. IJ' "

ereM for semlnajrici of for!interBsiiaiprovem there. will be forever barred unless exhibited within and answer said,bill complaint of said complainant Circuit Court of St. Johns'Count .1\ ''e.t.tys.: F ;' 'J1 ..ueP5lnvPl1ttra'
learningor. two years front this date. within three'monthslIT I, PETER-B. DUMAS, Clerlr of said Court, >$ --' *- :1 I4Ni

i. +ll;>bU be authorized to en- Respectfully. J. PARKER. Any of the above claims or demands may tpresented p. is FUKTBEB OscRBED, That a copy'of this do hereby certify the above to be*true Cocli an PLus UtU -Tbis tea iI.. sweet W
to my Attorney, Lewis Aldrich, Lsq., certified the Clerk of this made and entered of.
Order, duly by Co.rt Order duly Reooruia theaboYeent.it.ledcacwe.t" aofeirf that
ierjany fragrant t :it yields a perftaM
inmSerior acres not exceeding one at Newnansville, Alachna county, Florida. in
be some in the the'90th
published printed'
newspaper day of Ootobei
lu.ixois.-Gen. Shields has ji Is' ftrftw wtara Tsuperior
been ,
elected l is trary aelJgbtfal. "
hundred and ELIZA M. STEWART Eastern Circuit of Florida week 1848. .. J '
a COusec1ltiTel1 -
.NilOl' a quarter section, not $ 1': Be 1 isr taU ta tasr
to the United States Senate the 10 an> .
J ia'1b by Legislature Executrix'of the last will and testament of for three months.' JN witafsi wtercof. hare hereunto setus. ; v *u ft N 1 *
; iort tfe include the ,residence of of Illinois, in place of Mr. Breese, DaNIEL Is!. STEWART, Deceased. 1,' OSCAR HART, Clerk of said Court, do [ .] Ja. :.nynaadiandMfixedtho'teal ofsaU eoanlrv'1.tna"EnrBA"Braka-risl( e't "v -' .-?<

nth nuwnl paying to the State the whose term expires on the 4th of March; LIBEBTT BLUFF, Columbia county. hereby certify the above to bo a correct copy of .Court at theCty St. Augmsttneth< .-.!!.&. '?'-.. *>j!;*f 'extrafae, ; "4'*J ai.*
next. Feb. 8, 18-t .Sw. an Order made and enteredor record in said entitled 30th d y of October IS.1.. .>. I H" aaV Mlxt rtj'.. stroaj art rich MtiektpekoXiuvtirrsl '."
minimnm.pricg io such land-no person to cause,the date first above mentioned.- .' ? "
l I Jcf ne 'than, one __ Is WITAKMS vmERiloP, I.. hereunto Clerk. C. C. or St..JohM Coaty.- cdiEll-a: 'Jj1] ;.t oJ :. .-.i ''.1-
pre-emption Da. CROCHAN the Notice 'of Sale of Real Retate Admin .x or November 2 18 J. l 4'BAhnsAt
Colonel's brother, is fcy lJ..t' tetmy oanaana arax-iae .tms .J I ._.. t. t
'" >,VrP. _. : : . __. _.
Pti fiorshal 4aV who is the said Comt.--- 'W'II ... ". ..
; "
person owner also dead. The Colonel died at New Orleanson litrator., Moke-FlotrertPI. '"-" .Bedr .
otebki4 the 8th to an order of the Judge of Pro _. > OSCAR HART dork. I or Sale .. : ; ,.. : ." i,.. "11 '." '1&S1JnJfb.
acres instant Dr. Louisville PURSUANT Jf
,, nor anypc5on Croghan near !county, shall offer for sale at Dec. h4.8w.ALtczItT \f .abw' at 4i.i11..0dIIii.nelui"
wta fchaJfihaTe bad the benefit of a KyVn the llth instant. I the Court-House ii. said county on Monday, the TtIA 1, ry c'd d r;parcel of land; .

iprt-Htbpdoo, tfnM ihy:"previous act second day of April next ensuing,. (A. .D. % com'lT TAX COM-ECTOR'S I on.,the .Eaftsdo of tbe River Saint =. =
of this z )-,) the following described real ,estate of the '' SALE. John. and in Punt,County, known by the name *Lm$ ;Agests.

'Sut.. U.enthJ drto'|>re-emption. onder this THE COTTON CROP.-The Cpncordia (La.) late John B. Christopher,deceased for, the "payment virtue of authority in m' law of Nsranjil de fan 'Jose..l And- lattery;by,tM Let --ta' I, 4, 1 ;

t .. t' o/ D Intelligencer} of the 6th says: The'cotton of the debts of said deceased, to,wit i .A BY expose for sale b''ore by vested, I name of 'tweingb&nl4hiounae& by,alia*V ; E4aoiI-r j' ,&r"ofnwWfeTi'mtaVadas. }!
h.1'paymen' 1staJ- of land situated in Nassau ttrf'court, use pinning ai'a,Hickory tree .andTditch ia tho Ma*
in this tract
be certain or parcel
crop regionwill 20 percent. be. door id the town of : .
NcTuanjvillA; AJacbu'c01lJ V M 8ttti,; Vfert JnOaw.**V whoMtkiawfflbiiMM
"taent.w1 ortba TRlvtfr St JoTm, and rmimjSg .North 4
M about 640 150 of. .hichI.planting ,
intereBU the
purchase money for low that of last year,! county, containing' acres. t y; on Monday.tb' 4th'day JnneLl19,sa much cast sev BtyHtae (H).chauns to a tree mais wPJ "Uae U' tlrtiTe
land. Said tract lying 'upon a creek pine
:th e4' 'nSietf: 4ay ; after the same be- branching out of,the ri'rerasaau,and about one of the the latent; Of the following named persons in ked with a erdii,'&) _where it meeU tb. Kq'4 o.tnab.1' ; dUg
E The mils the reek' and the creek being navigableto ATtiondo'grant in said county,as may be, Road." Thl3.Tm 'cfi4rtIl.osa the Wtal:3aa: for semi a rrr.1 oItlo.1CA'.rroa.tho se-
tomj fltkeorsorns: preTionstypaldfjb ) Anniversary of Franklin's birth wa bluff np .said, tract it the tract DeOt"'A.ry to O,.the taxes due for the yeas 18i8udthe Jose, Ashley'r notdH hence rorfning along the ,. ,eats2oec,.IbsJrIS5ITb
-"lfi 1 tIei *L'Dd revert to the3rnd splendidly celebrated by the Printers of New of a land npcfn upon which the subscriber: bas planted same for : expenses attendant upon aid sale Vii King's Road Nortb-wefry, seventy (70),chains lme..":b1'pofc-oin ot::Uia Cookpafiy.%
York hist Wednesday. They:; had So snuck of the Interest ar 13loedgood It thflton and thirty SOJ tmks,to"a pine tree marke with a the smnlortbeb.wbic4hay. are Li Masse
Stat the Christopher
fd W I' music and same granted to Spicer
;'- tt agan-become. subject poetrV and addresses.. After that a some years by the Hponish( vemmeoL as will pay thjrty- even dollars and Ml"cnt1.ccDLand roe* (X) MandiBC at the head eta branch which1ttnttl ,Udisposeof_ st_. .'V.I,4f., J9.
to this supper expenses-also;' so much"of the.interest ofJohn' brands or stream 1&lTd1t. -it:'fells Into..eRlyer ., tov. "- r; .. d' _.
eUlenWbtJRQd under ; which LEWIS ; I" :f' P1a
entry act to, 600:sat down :: CHRISTOPHER, I .
including 300 ladies .. 'M, Berrien: as'will Par: on'doIlars, St. J ftn; thenee\80uinwardly aM east- :- L _L-- _LTke'laxes4best : r
11 "th Administrator of the of.iT
ia ethonj .ettlu'Ddefth and..toasts and then daDcin James estate fifty-seven and one-half cents and exnenscs--ihso. aloeg the shore'ot Mid'river '
"" ., pro- Harper Joax de' w dly toth. said ..'8pe
: 13. CD&lST01'UU 4. so much of the interest of B. Lvwaite ..will tree, tho of. _
iolsthii1 Ic;: before fall Esq. presided. An oration on the character Talbot Island,FebAdmlnUtratoiV 8. I' Hickory point beginning?:eo talnint ( .i'I."" "f J
.'. .' compliance Franklin was delivered ii1tb pay'eighteed dollars attd saventv-'three otmts'andcxpewesr7aj by surrey, three-kundred and fifty.330J acres. .fl I 4',OJ4t.Y itI1,
: John' .
1h. by L. :
ft' Ct ,-.U .pg bta cr.thi'ict b1I I !,! so iNch of the interest eC;Jess* more or 085. t. .,<. .,._.t .
.iHce i 14. it "Ow JeweU'ata1eidedronng'. printer!> At the Notice. "- Delano; as will pay t..o.4011an thirty-two'ind s J.or, .tmD .acft.. JIIIMo.: '1' f '1&.n.T, ,.
i4i'1 a d heirs..,..&flaw'u. upper table Messrs. "Bryant.. lnthn'n4obcpokeNrf.'Int. *-* f i *i#* ir *. / r t .' half cents;'and expenses-alto,so .ueh 41 L6terest 1.'l rp.W; i4 liGAgcct -r. 'V. :aotf.i r "'S. "'
; -, is of the beln1ll'\VUHam Ta tori-as will par 'W'.' "ri .W t: till.ikc4" -
.P. .with hereby girem, that, after the ex > .l actOB1iU.E.F.
tbe.pnmaions ", NOTICE .c, !f".l'r .j ft
-of'tb1. I of|U months from this date 1 shall seventeen dollars, ninetyjeigbt' three-fpttrth t, P\-.21". a.. ) ..aa..iO'"r. :1 &C, 'if. i .J'.i Q";:
i 1auas'fIJenil ,." much of the interestof
TUM. ." 'r ; V? UP it. I :.t.1'J"oi apply to the Judge of the court of'Probates for sOuls and expenses-iHkbo sw -' ,. 1&i1aC.u. KseIudPr
.. ,A'peTwlttUmary .to.fI..utY.r.II1UUIIUUD.priee h.J"r county, discharged ray admin 8100 R. e.'w t d" b Ceseor Gt.hof1al.. .. Ins.A

:6ietra1e !tq "Mo'a; f fl.;... ..of.the- a'; ,', < .Diedlt his residence, io Union couniy.on: } deceased.istratorship'.of.7-the.Estate LEWIS of CHRISTOPHERAdm'r John B:Christopher. I I forty terest seats f-ash New e elbtei Association i mueb,represented of the J in* JILLbe gi:*$ frt) PP l>eniio4 et John ,:_--.o- i "j..

f'l.:: l ""L:'tJ'' rate the lit &. JAMES Ross, a. Revolution, of the Estate of John B. Christopher,deod.\ William.Taornr. wM'*ay twenly.-nv, eToDanr.fortvxeirht .- y' '1B..lItznct'wh eeimps4f tia Jail I,1 lia gL'ttsieikl.wos miQrTd5141
,, : 'I per, acre Patriot,.in the 90th and on-furtn'eeat aud 'expenses .. Duval Comity 011 th'lIihe:d or jan testimony ; by.
of ISLAnD 8
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Of, if. .fl."' .t''.:.- t'i per-0.&ere'_54 of: ing a widow and large family year to mourn'age their T _- t-" 1.osmek*f,the Interest ef O. M.'Dorraan a* list where bO'Wr'cenncdoa' eonvkUM fMW Bar.glary'&nd rl='= 'f'8

:Iilth.rate'.ftAta bereavement: .,' will pay eight dollars/eight stael oris-htlf cent Laret1l4 1 Jssbqat:aJ ... f-.-,..t"i;,"J
t ,- ,( :am. :. II Hewas Mghly respectable :' ,, .S251iTvard'- i M4 expenset-rahoVlso: 'maoh cf'the'interest-of: years old, about 15. ( Inoh\1.1"JjJ fR'ut.J
;Ele 3 $: : citizen,and much esteem. all.-wbo; knew r "''- . Noah Jarvit as WIlt pay foar dot_uct..TtDt eomplec ,' Ink anllow'laa.iiigbt.:ot aandM. ; :=lf ,

.sn4 jWovide for,theekt&j4 him; jt"aid>that -.wu the' last'lOIdiei -w'WILEbo"paidbymforthreterao teats and expenses to writ of the:Interestof smsltdull,: muddy huts .dowucad.lips .J t!..
'hticr n'I r'the i of the Revolution.that'resided in nry MARE, stotc 1rortJ di-ruer's thbttvwfi Israel Foote at will pay sh( o'ella.rf ninety-three thin and el-ieely compretwdToMrd this and scat, hTM Etof&M"'
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1. aigat
stable in
place on and tne-foarth He carried off with fata. *
&ate'1o11ot4 entt and txpensesjlflo much terinj two nemo* ** ree _! '.
ill. "bth..,', i1iea'"oters with "._ [ vbn'c. : C.) :4rglUh -25th r Ucwtet.'ra't :3b'tbslSian4i 111 0 dirk ef the interest of Jei'o .Jofeson at win pay thirty ha escaped from Jail;aiijo*whSsa lime be has ben a..a t i Ii"f: Y' h..
; 1'; 1';: orbt&ok&bont foort *n sad .. 31
> OMT dOiIsriIer.nty4w, roaming at larj wfcimittiof'other erimef. *_
eeots and a1Iodi
-- J yJU ,Ot h. electioa r nandsomely nrtde'ama11 eipeasfts-also liws" .tob.ee's *tb'5'
tJ o&er ua ., f Iaa..u-au. ..GeY..li g.yearf'otts ; nook.legs to much of the iatarart'of Isaae'FrwL above reward > 'pa :&DdenI ri5<' sa ,the aSm'"'
mod' that of ReI. / .j' '< bMdaoiM 1ud.ye-'pern4luit.ts nine dollars, aad eighteen,eentt aDd relfi Ids-"to &h 8118i '' lawCraia
: foot 1rta atr
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tseWile u.e-.f.'an :J
btj4" : pz .' .' J.e : J.VXB17" Obio..Jan":, whea the was stolen. also;so itoh'of the isMnst of M ,fIfi 10ur W tM' 1Oxi n"P *e" ** e**

c.1're ll .L"'V"f'H" J'!,n.,1 ..,> 1J .::c.;: :. 'ne ta Jugqfa ztDr.acn rJ and ISh..tafl eTkanlaktobarnsW lonr'and flowlnf eye, by -which w lh will pay easy hradred ted'twenty.*ven'doUari; 'tOJci!' 1U.+ IW-t'G&T.YAUt O. MERaiJ.V.f9rta4. .
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-4iupiits&to.. Qftdt. r ::1 :.Lt'" .-,,. .':, pr7p4took plab this mumiag, in the I by,1.'fto" .o ted wtI bertlei' .wnek tf the \tnt,rtst,or'Cilbsrt;Lewi as \ T'.OJUSt.d.u.i+ClP. ,,1.,1ff 1- :
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t MbhHbi; the firtn nhat'pabUahMH.il i la tUproparaUdn of Book for dollaraifc.I.. .
x not.FtvfCopi .
thtt'worlr Mr. Benediet hat mad*a mout rilaabk
e tribntlttnto1-Baptist .literature.7 mabookboftW I of the Saturday Evening Post and I.U.tri t.. N PWILtI8J 1.it Tbe--mcBt.,.,* ffiBjtu4.and speedy cure) everfcn" y _

ratess per iqu&n pt ) ( &. $ find a place in orcry iiutelugont &*aiiy of Two of either Graham's dollars.Magazine or Gody'i! La a t.hiOti a I07,1ltltfl.ILet.j1 I ta ait;for'DOCTgTbrns6besjWet any V the abov'a Ii #

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: yml-UuerUon. To yearly 4he b1drihrWA(1. rrrBW.cTesjngle % and Three Two CipwsJ of the Ladies ofthe,Garland Satarday'.Evenin for Qvo.dollars
'. ZU rXaverUi 'Work which even approached,ttt' lot. Six Copies of the Saturday Evening Poet, and OVAL .AMERickif1lEPOKTS 'fOJiNOU : ; feetf a slight n.ld.i acfg1eoted; } 1bTS&OJL'kJ *J _

,. menu b LO14 # 4arQceouit ness atid of eomprehcnsiventn the BdptistH.' 'of*dcrfrn** --frf' 1dICt'Ohistory two of the Foun tain,,(oootainjng 252 pnpe of orig 'fli'I84T..U! i 'o tti9 bt1z ongh-pconsumption the cansehow'tlireful of.Jhe Inngft--Letfth (,r1LOY These fl icboobc flWi are in eilbelkehtiou1 Ia InIjI _

with the offioc tottt W paid]ft*prtrJoui to pubOPmem tW0* s--< P fVL.EcTO&A.'DW< ft, ,,,. i ,T IIIKC1IZ5T1A #inal*$totter&press*& frdoua.,And o of Sartain'a ilagajine n> "ff*'lit,.'A'-BrtiHTKPnSspectfuify'aVlc% 'th* attJn- trifling 1h1 1jPbfrL,if tyrsnu7vf theeonseqoeneef soni 11 nI end moral commvnitkl _____

t oMion. t 4 Wha&.days an l.nirbU must 'have been o % *** ? S JLtitni fJtha1reid* tbe UnltodLSWesigM bus silenced the voice Of prudence; if you will nottskpresRtIouary1ne&urm ths .and _
.i- o -tiiva. tAPrmftm'Offer* n '- and iSupplemejUt >,i sV .completed, !preTenf 1seai' aBiVMaRfdgewaattF
H at a dVtnee eapi>Ttrsj thefr remit tedfoni reading; t*hard*tn< i to the CO nof js0
i ii documents, .the exao>inUon r'qry dettenaiv ci- The premium1 offer tts'de in he' lajt'-'prospecfui 't1 7. Tjbii.great wotJtnM been.Inthecourseiof; at least, to ,th :.die1ajw; af rea oorand b* a A Wl_
tM es for adrertfiing, by the HU wtog rates iOM coirespopJcneo, very few can f u n4e, of thtf old nrnt,'will baderbt tff'atd continued.* preparation and pubTicatioh for more than twelve'1 curd'ere it u too'iat.'Attend to.a slitrhtcold at
sqtkW i(twelve linei> Ais1ied rfi nlontni standI.t. |s probable that the ncxf'v' toi The offer is as follows' /,- years and the Catnjogife Volume 6f Hepdrtt.. *bottloof Dortor Aonyi 'jr'ynpofj COepOOd MdoTiOjld AjI

.: for J; i rti $1&.T00T will feel nwre deeply tLc.debt' of gratitu bieh The Post Office of any town in the Union,from digested,'given below, -will give some idea of the lyild Cherry- use U,, aad thereby nip a officers CBiWIVy of tbe-Callegf te'-* i isiI w
Mr.'Benedict whith shall receive the sribicribers labor requited iaits! preparation Vplume 1WM hsnmptioHln the bud afid avoid long years of _
t '. for eix they owe to than docs thrct: we greatest number of inalions, grade all the.studetfteAai and a4niI qan:
squares, nmitby j1 1500Ne4iee 1 Tire TENNESSEE BAPTIST.-The conLeoth! to the Saturdny Evening Post,during the edited* by the Hen.,.Tberon Metcalf,md lion J. Buffering, terminating too often only in the grave. McanU to h dJffeee* $ $ .
B4btrtl d criai4r4'/, .- 10 00 History a whole to treMurer4 year botweeis'the 1st November, 1847i nd the let C Perkins, and was published 1841} Volumes Be not deeeiveijiJby.the too many spurious; wertb- without/Mr**ceiaeiintl

Application for letten j>C 4diVni$MUon, 5 00 suck we recommend are U U others.us a But.for, ursel-os November, 1348, (the papers to be mailed to such 2"and; 3 wert'edited by George Tlcknor Curtis, 1eWL1eitraeMfl of Wild Cherry,ushered into notice Personi sending the FIIermss%
TF annojinctmftBtof eaikH vcu.v we would Dot bo;witbo t. the infrion Post Office, or to subscribers through it,) shall be EwJ., and were published in 1916.iJ=These. three- by ignorant prettndejfepbnfc'fe that the Signature oil ebaisahii,3ntid '
A jr 4Ie.uI! &*, 5,00Kb furnished in reference entitled to a--continuance the'whole number of volumes bring the Digest down to 1836.Tb4up-, of Di., IL VAntE is on each bottle,,which daily of Coliegeuniese I9hMQ1 wrssreaent
ottMemut Will bc ii44e ja>1e i the samie.aciiiiMe from the ,fourteenth to to the Baptists sev ntcentbcedtuea of tho B _? the subscriptions gratuitously,'for one year after plemeut,.in,. (wo>volume*,.edited,by. George rPv lit the only guarantee "agabist Impoeitiofl.4heIivqdrntorrdtomdth.. "' Is made with tbe1))3nbsdtibei; 'j'A' sMi1 '

yitn th ipjb tj t'tt'trged.' alone, for the pric of the whole work. the expiration of the year for which their subscriptions Putnam, Esq'.fcompletosf the Digest of every volume f .- .. *> .< -1 -4iTO _
1.AE4q:: fcri'priraj ? j.TBK shall have been paid.-1 of American Commtnt Law and Admiralty Read the,most remarkable cure of consumption THE PEOPLE OF 13 8OVT1IE1l'AANDSOUTHWE8lF2ThTLVt
$ Mnefit will be CHRISTIAN IKDEX.-The volume before MSU The papers will be continued on, either to the Report in the United States C'purU. and 11 the ver placed npon'record Jli>'" "* *'<* *- "

c11ge .tUE Lberto .(4vLdig. in itself a library on ecclesiastical historyv Its subscribers themselves or to the agents through State Reports, from the earliest period to 1847.An DE. SWAYSE DEAR.rSiB.I-ftelJta; debt of .. ., .'.-.A:4iI ,,1TUBSYESTE1N.
t '1telliTh1tu1Lr7, and lairiafe notices, will real.valBQ we know not how to estimate Aright. whomi.we imay receive the orders for quantities, Annual Supplement, edited by Mr-'Putnanv, gratitude due ttryon.and duty tq the afflicted (}
*pntn n dgratls. t! ffiCommanications.mnit Certain we are, ten eagles- would; not bear way and to whom the package or. pack ges umy-bc directed and embracing ,the Chancery Reports from .that generally, tc--bfler 'toy humble testimony in'favor FatAttl
; from us our copy without some assurance that wo or to both; if there should' be both in the period, will hereafter.be published*, W* have,,in f your CompQ ndSyrup of Wild heTIf.) Some! A F opitldrlSihitftern* ]
I ..be po-'| palj.b would be able to rrnluce it! same town, M the case may bo. press also a let ..American ChanceryDigestto'S47 three years -sin e I was'violently attacked with t ;ti l rhr'PrftW l

: LEWISCOLBYi 122 Nastau Street, PIBUSI1ER. '' ihAd.'anee. In one volume. is- ,. t t;,. cold and inflammation of the lungs, which1 wsipcompanied. b tin to tit ,t.su%
o Always Of importance of this work'if;well done, .with a '
i iyery; disreesipogbainin
Oct. 12, 1S43.- tfTI1ELADIES'tAflLANflAIcD The' money for Clubs must be always sent in advance' nothing need b.saidfor U is-obvious every the breast and.head a very considerable dis k tirii .:eut il
Subscriptions may be sent .at our risk lotter from Professor Green-i ? 2 year, tWflhJ.
from weekly. lawyer Tho following of offensive* fromthe
I4W-PSL15 troo1 barge mucus langs, spcePally.npoa
? fork, hat.. DOL.LA.IlMAGAZINE. (when the sum is large; a draft should be procured leaf shows his opinion both of the necessity Abe change of weather,however taight.At T \ $P&6
if possible-tho cost of which be deducted *, >U4viwith'fair odpsp t.g $S4r
may Digest stud the manner in which it, s.beenprer, largcawwzDftji jn"u
rit'l felt alarm about condition buf
1 it f u___v__ t. 1q oo inpIIE from the Amount.) ''Address.DEACON. : "' no my was type, and all th. rdriatic. of a
FP v pareu r' r- xratty soon;convinced that I was rapidlygoing1 jl .J
having para from Mr. I \ & PEARSON; CA3znrnoE. 2UZT4 .1, 1S4$. ,. I popnttr imityomriaiw5flthe
undersigned hate consumption. grew daily weaker, and at
93 Clinriut Street best weefcliea oCtl eourh it has b $h.
14lY. CQ'N1'ln13reme Vs0 Coo "TrE LADLES-LiAt PMacftfy/ua, Messrs.LITTLE tt BROWS: I have received your ength Was scarcely able to walkabout 'speak
Tu id. Soull anipt ; .vl ;. LAND,*' aesigns1su"wg il.at'the'commohce enfof Editors copying the above, or a fair abstract'of letter requesting my opinion of the-.merits.of the above n whisper, such was the exceeding, weakness aim of the"editors to pres vip i yigis mia1 t...,

ni&n& tfapt; CrablreerFor X York,?.Sat.MH..6. the hew volnme\1n'January-, lu.an improved it, or who will give notice ofiiencw firm and enlarged United States Digest.-You will recollect that sev- of my lungs. During thin time 1 had tried and maintain an. eent.tIMry
.,,. f. / style, and adding to" it alien hew'and attractive paper ( e aekuei that fhey-shall be praised) oral years ago I strongly advised the preparation various preparations prescriptions, but found excellence, giving to. ft..eo'.e44 tuch ..rad.d.character .
W41uujt) <> Capt. Jpbustcnt.p:ei; .New. York, : ieatorc* as EhalT serve to entitle ifcto'a in their editorial columns, shall be entitled to on of one Gentral Digest cf all the Judicial Dtcitiont'of nQ relief growing, all the time worse, Just here ,all as t 4\s& J* T f"j* high position among the literary periodicals of the exchange. Such asftre already entitled to an exchange the United SUrtes down to the time of its pnblication'ftnd >waa advised aad1 persuaded by st dear friend in fcptei.* Jeien
11DIn; 4rL. Crkbtrce, Forr4i nYork, iTucIn day. Possessing.considerable experience,, andcombining for the-.cnrrent-ycarr-8hsILrcccivo the ; ttsutse uCnt annual publi i1ay,3unei. with that experience extensive Jivoili-1 thanks of the now finu.* --'' the decisions in the preeedin'g year,after the manner Cherry. I must,; confess- that prevtou ly, I had are anpplied 1t-i _
thu the ties for presenting to the public of the best end Harrison's English Digest. I bad long felt -
[ limo cbeamen 1m I Jon cmen always one been;prejudiced,against, patent medicines, and 1 -
the J5th. and 'Southampton'mpaUL Ih e 20th. of the cheapest magazines in the country,he is determined The. besTofrtlu Wef1ciies.IVeal's the want of such a'work, and had no doubtof: ainstill against .those coming out pf the hand 'ofnrpirics from many,of,the ablest ( -eosmtq.'.
Yben.tbotb ikity,' the day to,tax his exertions to the utmost, .in order to' __ __ : -- acceptableness to thr'.Profesdion, as it would furnish ,but Understanding your'tlalms4 ttt' the add the choicest selections a4?$>rjjrfnal tI'IsII&-
fotailing from New YorkwiIbe411i.1sL3 render the "GARLAND" more worthy than aver of Saturday Gazette, a complete synopsis of the Common Law In >rofei8ion ond.'practioe: and having ions frotai the literatwe of Eiarfrifc FIIMEiI

the liberal pat rootage it has already roccired.i and NEW VOLUME; all the States, with annual information of iU progress mplicit faith in the saying of my friends I forUk Germany. 'ti: ., 5i ft! Vit'i t ) I C4S '
I t y/f xiitfjuBKyrt Jjf its Ft pti/lji&rpooL. gain for it A wider "and'' ,more enlarged sphere of improvement; ap4 would entirely Bf per with purchased of.Dr. Shaw, one of your ngeutsya TMLcttrn'from Georgia U : mchPOeUS, .

Utiiied.8t4lieU.Capt. Hackstah; *' JS'ew York, usefulness.1twiI1 coimreixa MORE OF'LITERATURE'( sews scde the use "State Digests, besides relieving the ,few bottles, and commeijccd its use. My disease. pronomnied(- by aH'wno-'hate'' t1 I'" th. asti itvindiitice.so1thehlfJn1o1 *
not be -
that Profession from the of volumes
a expense many
Wed. May 17. i ,* was 'at this time of twenty or twenty-five months
I *tds1.C4t. Th psOD'ovNeWTork, brief Prospectus, he should go into"an'enlarged of Keporf', and the trouble"and' del' 'yln' tandinjt,'and consequently was"deeply eehted.I falsehoods northern) fanatiitn i inatedTreni 4ha& jve em.
he them
uL'J J ntt& <,. k; ..% ..1.Strah improvements intends to carry into procuring noweverconsiderable; : relief from--the use the Presa,*will M; S 1 WdbithS
Sands, Capt. Thbmpsf) 3'Qrew York, the i publication of this excellent periodical' ; suffice, COM1'ANIONANDFIRE-SIflE'rRIESD- You five volumes already published5 baye fully if the first four or five bottles. But beings pubic articles on the subject ef.oar Fe J iiiLtslati iO.4'
f MA Aug..7, -\ ifK'SarakSnd ttoeayi thatsliilgttlieJV VUTEctt *- ; accomplished that design,'In a manner, I believe, speaker, frequently attempted to preach with involved in the crusade now *rf'i4igaplnzt Vht
c ,,CiHt.Th nips4n .ro<,4S'ew York, Literary and'Arctic Talent ea1's Gazette now enters upon its third year; entirely satisfactiory. It i.s as trustworthy as any my increasing .strength,, and thereby ruptured institutions of the St uheni rtlt< L Erom the ptnfof
In the country will be engaged to ndd attraction ,and its publishers have abundant reason'.to will Digest I have had occasion to make user of,1 and hose vessel that had:lalready.begun'to heal rW distinguished Southerners. ,1JJ I, ,,. a "ti'

For IIavre ,r ; to"the pages of;" THE LADIES' GARLAXD," its congratulate themselves upon its brilliant sncccM, careful naturally find a place in the remains library but of every table his way doubtless, my.cure Iras greatly retarded Dicknit' Near Work, Dea 4&JWI *

Uwfted States,.Cap*.'HoeksW ff,| f Nl?KT w York readers will bo compelled to admit that their pa triumphing over all competition, and obtaining for lawyer. is Nothing now the a of In consequence oft acting.thus imprudently, ] had ir duetkm j
their enterprise the reputation of being/ref among of cases, which much wanted, and issue twelve bottles I justly classed among the most jlbr pr *
tronage Was to use or fifteen before was -,
bestowed perfectly
Mwi. July 10.' 1 ** never 011 a more meritorious
."$ .* i > 1 : publication. In short it is the intention the family journal*. the supplement at the.eloseof every year;In which restored. I have no'qne'slion a mnc smaller of that.W writer, !*girenin m r44> rt<.Mm.-
4 proprietor's It has often been remarked that the Gazette has good work-w shall wish you all possible-gneeess. number of bottles'would have made me sound;bat diately on its arrival in this coin tj< ..A seriise(
"CitAaD L13-For Livr41) :weekly.Cftnijria'j it to make it ontoltobest andjaost popular, more of original thought and useful Information Your obedient scrvant- for the above:indiscretion- -The Syrup alliycdhe" tales, illnntrttive( Amercan1b dry, 1* i" prea'
will be
; : C&pt. Harrason, Frpja ifew York, as undoubtedly tho in it than is to bo found in any similar publication l. .3.?GREENLE AF. feverish habit, did,away.the distreswinji covgh, taxation, and a aerie* of (4I' {13| twill .4 .--

Wo4.jshay.2L ;. ., T Cheapest Magazine in the United Stattt; rft ; while the rapid increase of its circulation, $ -Tbe Table of Cases above referred to will put a stop to the discharge of matter.from, the .4 ibuti# -
Caledonia, Capt. Leitch., ,F4 m ilio jii, Wed. The now extending into.'every, section pf the Union, lnu&and them and the'en'tlre
largo outlay of capital which tho prosectf- be rcadj lathe course of the summer. gave system goo4 shortly be commenced. Bo a iae4 no4 $ rn
UjriM.; .. ./ j f I ion of bin plans must necessarily' involve,can and unparalleled the same space of time, afford lealthI have deferred offering this certificate tienlarizeOttr close proximitj t tiogieatoitt-
Hi Urmia, ',Capt. Shannon rc* .ow York substantial evidence of the general approval with! List of Reports rontaintd ,jn the United States for of satis-
be justified by a corresponding increase of patronage ifisttt and Si'jyiltmcut 5 volt, royal Sro.r now; the.purpo being perfect ical, commercial.and literary j. .ofthi.
Jne 7. on the part of the literary puljic. 'That this Which it is received by the reading public.27ie fled withthe permanency of the, cure,,and. now country enables ns to diMeminfltc 4*r. latest intelligence

I cpira.jpapt.1Eyrie, Fm.fnVcd.Suue will! be secured ho cannot doubt, nor docs ho question Useful and Agreeable., / Tola. that I feel perfectly. well, I offer it with pleasure.
I .%!' : .. the fact that when the'subseribei to the United Statcefleports,'inclndmgall 'tbe' Circxut KEV.J.P.-JOIJpAN.: northern contemporaries j and a4ipai. In 0..
"GARUAXD" see a specinien'of what he intends By snjtuble comment upon the world n' it passes Kq>orta, " .
I OIibSTx. 5TA C6Ts v, uthmp- that Magazine to be, they will wonder how so superior the most liboralarrangementhave'fceeninadoto Maine Report, 25 equal e1aknlthtbwOrthIest 4T.|kai M tk.pJ
'.j. ,' tmi''and Bremen'. J K secure nn array of varied talent, such as can be ?\'cw-I? mnshire Reports, -- 12
furnished p.0111
a publication can possibly for of Uie southern pubUcweIt.i ,
Hermanrf.1" Cat* CraUrcc, Froni 'N/iw/ York, the insignificant price of its subscription. They found in no other weekly publication, and thus to Vermont Reverts," /' -. ;" ; : '? 23Miwsachu.aetts J'.i.D. C.eoiorof hOTEL P5nvisvlvahia, IVnsliIiijrtoii City amt; interests bnr Journal It.especlan.r 4evtd. Dstermined -
combine jn,the Gazette the best features of the 51 avenue
Report -
Wed. I } ] be assured however that aH in user powevio'idt Mr >-
MayJlWashtngtonCapL may every promise made II-FILLER to do pa
12th )
and eteetEIJW4R ,
Johuatou A'liw York shall be fufililed Magazine theNewspajer. Connecticut Reports, r ,24 proprietor WO-, A44i
I'Vpkv scrupulously and the, merits of tronage,it M most reipccUuUysuL ,
June'2of the "GARU'NO" be It has, from \hq first, been the steady aim of New York Reports, ,- -' 72 wh!-most respectfully calls the.:attention of his '* j 0
__ _, 1 iI.VDErE.DE5T to favor in so enhanced as to win its way Neat's Gazette to render a welcome visiter in the New Jersey Heports; .' <.1-- 20 old!friends and patrons, and tho travelling public postpaid.' TBltM8ir *'
public a manner in the <
afl unexampled domestic circle, and to secure to itself the reputation Pennsylvanii Ktports, -' '-" '' I' -" 63 In general, to his present establishment now !
JAai-For $ou&hs4ptia, Havre, history the popular literature America. Ladies' Parlor theist of Continent OB* *. I
and Livcrpoot ? of being pre-eminently the Delaware: KeportH, -. 8 full operation having opened on of December Single copy the. ja
United States, Far S & HavreFrn\ 3Tew York TEEMS Companion. > Maryland Reports, "- -_' ,'25 loft.-! The building il entirely dew,and Three copicii, Y
Sat. June 10. The terms which "THE LA PIES' GARLAND And, to this end, our columns have been, and Virginia Reports. :-' '42 was erected under his own immediate superintendence Seven copies *
j ; upon will continue to be, contributions from strictest attention to comfort and Twelve copies,.. J ii,
graced by North Carolina 26 with the
DOLLAR *' Reports ., .* ,
I York AND MAGAZINE Will be furnished
Sarah Sands, For IJverpool, Fro4i} w ; an
.' arid with Seventeen copies, -
are as follows: ladies distinguished rank in the literary world South Carolina Reports, '- 80 convenience. The rooms are large airy, ;
frtday.Jaly ; i New the past year- having given evidence of what will (icorgia Reports, '' .' 4 {replaces in each, and furnished in a manner combining AH new'subscribers, single or 1eIah.wfl1bentitled
ali. For Frori York
Sii &.(LivcrpooI, .. loopy, : $IOO be done in this respect, bv furniohing original articles Florida Reports, - ', 1 luxury and comfort. The furniture, beds, to pamphlet copy cf*?>\ tJen k 1h.

Sarah F. 14aU Sands-Forv'SepL. Froti N York .4 copies, - .-. S 00 from MillS Leslie Mrs. S.J. Hae! ,'Fanny Alabama Report -, 25 bedding, &c. are all new throughout tho house.- South," comprising letters from Osaehnsettv gI* t.3Laa,
Jf 17.THOTJ8AKD.Liverpool, cw 7"" 500 Forrester, Mrs. E. F. kiit., Mr.. Ilughe. EnIuval '.lississippl Keports, [ -. 14 The ladies' ,parlor is most spacious*fronting on sal io the Southern Itei t ahIo; *'
Vndayf o!y ;. 15 -. -. 900 Alice 0. Lee, Miss M. S. MuIntosh, Mrs.E. Tennessee Reports'I 24 the avenue and opening on a splendid balcony,the backnuifer. of tie paper eonUMfaf -"Dobq,
17 1000 B. i-iuiiu, Mrs. vuiuuuu v/rnv, Mrs. Angels Kentucky Reports, .- -. 43 furnishing 'of which in taste and elegance win & Sun," graIi 1.
30" 15.00 Hnil! MQt M. Duncan Mrs. Caroline Butler with other the Union. Private '* _
COP :Eft H. Ohio Reports, -15 compete any HI LL 'i r j 1--
CLUBBING : Maria Roseau, Edith Harvey, Blanche Bcnnuird, Indiana Reports, -' 6 parlors for parties requiring such accommodations.In PROSPEQTUaOF $1

i4tiecri/ about as many jffonilti ofBeticdict's For the convenience ef Uiow Whu may desire t Mrs. Griffith, Mary Morton, Mrs. Elizabeth J. Illinois Reports, -' ? arrangements 'throughout no expense has THE :
form Clubs, we make the following propositions) Eamcs, Alice Seymour, Mrs.' S. J. Howe, and Missouri Reports .; :- 8 been l spared to render it" in every respect unsurpassed njA'iii I -
History oth& flap.. For five dollars we will furnish three copies of many others, whose productions are an honor to Arkansas Reports; :* "- '' 6 by any Hotel in "Washington.-- The location i .
lists1. 11G.4fw The Ladies' Garland and two of the our country. The volume of' the Gazette now is every way desirable, befog about midway ToME TVht'&of VTrA Florida; axutto'dl Zhe *
; "Saturday Evening Post, for copies commenced will bo even more-brilliant in this respect Total of volumes digested, 649 between the Capitol, President'* House, and the intemttd in the duumbmtiv* /< Tritf* entound <

: JIGb; For ten dollars, seven copies, one of "year.The Ladies' than that which preceded it, and by the aid Of a majority of these Reports no Digests have executive department. ,-, ... Political ffyfiyttt. ,a |1 1r2:< ... w.t
mart competent AgentiJftn< pro- ] "Tarn "Julian Cramer and vast of and of of the others the From E. H. F.s long in the business <
Garland" ned four copies of the Saturday. Evening of a array hitherto been made, many .experience THE coming contest is fraught wabiaportan..
pf>toyoiU .1* circulating &it vcrk in contrtbutors -who have enviable old add (eighteen in the city of Washington] he
Post" will be furnished. gentlemen won Digests arc and consequently imperfect; years to "Wbtg'bf Florida/1 The Wle fWellP
fiddt not ytt.&prraprialtct: patlicfarly-*, thtIVaUm reputation as writers, "Neil's Gazette" in ho of Digert of the United States Court feels assured 'of affording satisfaction to all wh
and SJuthar SLuica. t thtj Ir or fifteen dollars,seven copies of"The Lnlies'Garland" may expense tens for the first time, It heard fa the, ?eetio. tor;
App publishers. and seven copies of the Saturday Eve all its departments, challenge comparison with leports.aud! that of several of -individual may honor him with their patronage, in soliciting Chief 3Iagistraie of the Union. A Representative -
I ning Port" will be furnished, with an additional any periodical of the day.on either side of the Atlantic States is as ranch- or more than 'the above-de which no exertion will bi spared ou his part to, With the above work may be eircnUtJby Agents copy of each'to the Postmaster or other as regards its' high moral tone, IU interest scribed Digest of all the United States Court Re' merit their approval. State are.to.be chosen; and Legjj& r* l.cted,
THE BAPTIST X.IBRgAR.V, through whom the Club may be raised and person the for all classes readers, and its essential value asa ports and all the State Reports, so that a lawyer The charge for bftard $1.50 per diem. upon whoin will devolve the appointing t of a:3.-
Three fnlnmt* tit one, roytl octdDn, byt *d in a money remitted. household visiter. will find cheaper to buy the WHOLE than to buy The Bar is furnished with the choicest selection diciary and -United StMSSn4Ia1b.il

fjrfe uniform with tiLe JKttory, cQiuuting ofT For twenty dollars, we will furnish ten copies of facial Amusements for the Ycung. only those of the United States Courts and his own of Wines, Liquors, and Cigars' that the market itf Her it invnlced tht political trt7 'usg tf.Florida.

mart Ilia* 13M pa get. ] The Ladies' Garland" and ten copies of the In conformity with the impression that the week State. mar-14 affords.- .. 1- -Jrf"APortcr for yean to'comet.. 'Theeont 'li'& *strife ford

SIC Library has been. Lufore the'pnKic sufficiently Saturday Evening Post," with a premium copy ly newspaper is exceedingly important to the juvenile DIRECTION will be in attendance at the the Hotel,cars free on mastery f and'the result'wiUfi.;tbefiite: .f .
ACADEMY UNDER THE their arrival to baggage to
long to be known as contain at large of each work for one year to the person raising the branches of families, as a means of awaken OF LADIES OF THE SACRED HEART convey .** vanquished, perhaps irretrievably. It ,therefr .
t amount of valuable reading, and a m distinct works no where else to j[>e tmnd.If .- For thirty dollars, twenty-four copies of"The innocent recreations, it will be observed that atteLt'on and Logo into the stniggl* with : seal sad's 4..
what it coniaina were published ,ln jscparale Ladies Garland"and eleven copies of the Saturday to this point is a leading characteristic of 1he Sacred heart AcoUemv- about eight FALL SESSION OF termination commensurate wiLls lue momentous..
luTWE.\TV DOUOKS would not purbc: them Evening Post" will be pent together with a the Gazette, and that nothing is neglected which JL miles from the city of New \ork, Jn the vicinity interests stake;'" '" "r J'v -{
premium copy of each of.said publications for one may contribute an cud of so much value to the of Harlem and Manhattanvillc. The site Randolph Macon College. In the campaign it id intend! to-.snake the

PRICES. oIoU year. rising generation. Is romantic, elevated,healthy,and beautiful. ,The he Fall Session of this Institution will FLORIDA WlflG an efficient Auxiliary: Th,

HMery, la sheep" binding'? 3.50rho 3.50; ,|n $3. GC9-: Orders must, in all cas i<, Lc accompanied Agricu.'luratAjajrs. building are erected in a handsome style. ,The T commence .Wednesday, the 9tb ef An- WHIG will n6t be found with Thsewbo"bloW
Library, ; by the grounds for recreation and promenade are neat and tbetruinpet.withau nacertaintueDdl..it wilL
tm, t )I Address money., SAML. D. PATTERSON" Special pains will be taken to furnish the agricultural spacious, surrounded with shrubbery, and pleas gust, 14HS. The ic.e.Preparatory will ShoolsatRidgway'and the 4th Mon'ACULTr give a cordial support to the nominos OftL "Wg
on -
jf liberal ditcmnt is made 'to AgenUpurfchasing Publisher Ladies' Garland and Dollar Magazine readers with the most recent and ''import antly shaded by forest and grove trees. areysburg, r, open, National Convention ;'" and he itt htWod er bftb..

for tash. No.DS: Chetiint st., Phila. ant intelligence in reference to all matters connected This institution In its plan of education, unites dayininly.,, OF COLLEGE. great and glorious principles of.th* ,1Vb1g Party,

with the culture the soil; and the every advantage that can be derived from a punctual w.. A. Smith D. !>., ,President and Professor it will ever be found fearless and unlum*. It will,

The"Pubrishers append a few of fre notices Commercial Department and conscientious care bestowed on the pupils of Mental and Moral Philosophy.Pavid upon1 all pr.pcfoccaaienab014 up t*yobOB aeraUny -

whicbtI has received frzithere-> NEW PROSPECTUS. is so attended to as to render it peculiar inter in every branch of science becoming to their sex Duncan, A* M., 1 rofessor of Aiicien ,the principles of Modern' Democracy in all' their .
of Th
Propriety dpportment.politenegg, personal neat hideoomess, nakedness; anct deforjolty. *
est to all inou. of business and it, will be found 'I.WuIG
Igioi; i !1 1Ricv. ALWAYS ADVANCE. ; ness, and principles of morality, are objects of Languages. in fine Is hIriy'sne..$mepsoln
f resu. ., .. that one reports of the markets, prepared with Erokiel. Blanch-A.; ., Professor of pure tally, '
Fa it Ww R. .U'nJJUSK, tt ft) The especial reference to the objects of the Mercantile unceasing assiduity. The diet is good, abundant and applied Mathematics. .** :' singly committed to a "vigorous preeeciY.ien ofa
new edition of Benedict's History 4em to the TRULY A MAMMOTH ShEET community, are far more correct, more comprehensive and wholesome; Tho health of the'pnpila is the .11ev..Charles F. Deems,. A- M.,, Professor of wartgaitist Lcofocoim-1t ski n4tbr zlta
object of constant solicitude, and !sickness they; Lice nor treaty .. > ii i fi ie-
rubscViMr book of much ''value. Haha< wade and earlier in their, intelligence, than Experimental Sciences t
large*x tracts from the history of tbeJ\lewionite REDUCED PRICES TO CLUBS. I those of any of our cotemporarics .To the Agriculturist are attended with maternal tenderness! Oliver IL P. Corprew,' A. B.;' Tutor of Ancient With a view to the furtherance of lie leauM to
Mar From the great ran ty *f the work also, these, report ore of,great advan Difference of-religion-wilt not be an obstacle to Lao uiges'anti Mathematics.J" which the FLORIDA WHIG ,ta1g pl.defth*
Which furnishes these, the extracts will to our THE Proprietors of fUlVRDAr flVRNLa furnishing him' with the price of producoatalt'tko the admission of young Ia.diesj provided they are PRliCIPALS10F PREPARATORY efforts of all Whigs, good and trn*, pie ktw k 4 1*

churches have besides.their.own jntriniicintcregt, POST, Rationed from the experience of the last two loading uolaU of trade And Storekeepers willing to conform to the general regulationsothe v.SCHOOLS.. aid in extending circulation Thepaper should
: iL th* additional charm of 'novelty* 'As lf> the Daptists Tears that it is the manifest destiny" "of their in the country thus have the authentic details of school. Course at Education W'nitT. Davis, Principal the Preparatory be. placed in the hands of ev ry Whigl* th* OisulC -

: ftf the United Stale* he has with }* *ii<>u fidelity paper to''take its stand at the very head of the the markets in cities up to the'latest moment. Our School at College. v*. '-, 2.f- --* ". "?>!IT
compiled a mass ofliivtorical aa itaustical weekly press, have resolved to make the Post more Reporter, for this purpose, IMS the best facilities, The knowledge of relfgiori and its duties being fc ChnVles B< Stuart, A.M.j! Principal of the Preparatory The -VTinG wihi MntinnToiin1si &. Editorial.
intelligence no where else.to be found, Hind'which worthy than ever of its high position: They accordingly coupled with great experience ; and he justly the; primary object of a good education,itis1 treated School at Gareysbnrg.Wnu chirgn.fT.HOMA31J.! ALEL41I1E1t. 'W. '

_I would; in the judgment .of the subserjjb r .inake now have the pleasure of call!tie the attention prides himself the fullness, completeness, and with the attention due so important a matter, C.. Doub, A. M., Principal ,of the Pre ;rrf & it "- '
his volume almost indispensable- ewry ne of of the public to.the fact, that the POST correctness of Jiis statements. No other weekly ju and enters as the basis into the plan of studies following paratory School at Ridgway. For Sidgleiop1ee, -
our putors, and abundantly detoryiiig A|'the pair has be cn greatly enlarged. the Unioti bestows so much core in this respect as in every class and department of the school], The collegiate year is divided into two sc.ssiins. For five Copies, -v4w-- u |tztsa

J nage and ndj f pur 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 Tho first begins 8 weeks after, aiid the second 2! For ten Copies, .- .-.* ,,.2000
r'aoM Cowittn B USDEUIH.L, Esc,j-j Tor. Sec.efthfjhnterd of eight snore columns -of reading before money market, stocks, exchanges and other topics writing, arithmetic.French and Englis! weeks before t he.2 J Wednesday iu June.- To such For twenty CopIes; -i' !;i' 80 f
Knoll Society, JET their subscribers weekly-being, in fact, an addition similar interest; furnishing in each number a grammar, English and French polite literature, as doeire ,to-enter College, it is importantlua .... BENJG.OT1CK. IJDtXTI&CS1 i:

volume is indeed *u Lncjelopodia of 1in4L LU.. of one-fourth.to the old area of the paper. Business Manual of well-arranged and minute de- composition in prose ia both, languages, history, they be in attendance at.the opening of f the scssT6u. TO Ct.AtMAMTg iMr RKTKHttTIOJf
ratunr and JBaptist history; a book for peAjtual Character of the Paper. falls, sacred and profane,, chronolep,.geography1 the< A short absence 'at that time may place a .1.1 ART VEN5IO51b.b

refereijce in every thing relating toouPk4naj The general character of'the old'paper such is LOWEST CASH PRICES: use of the globes and delineation of maps, the eleraetota student .disadvantages which will impair his scriber,having devoted s hit httentloa tfhwardI

it has been under the< supervlgidttoftho present One copy Neat's Saturday Gar., 1 year, #2 00 astronomy,chemistry,natural philosophy, scholarship'throughout the session. Qur course of ten years to the pr* eontioo .bflaiNad
ti 'zwXp&KRLORD..4'j1 wpr corn.meeiit1 Editor-shall bo maintained. lour copies do- do: 500 mythology, geometry, &e.; all kinds of useful an< of study is so arranged.as to meet the wants of tho General Government and before Qoflgftss,h4ahcccoded.

>f tbe.di senUngAriy of It shall be neutral in Politics and Religion, at Eight do. dot do 7'00 ornamental needle-work,embroidery and silk,chenille young men who desire to acquire an. extensive bjr great labor andpeinobtaIi
toe some time that it shall not fear to it Thirteen do do, 800 ;;gold and silver, artificial,flowers, and every English education," without-studying the 'AncScnLanguages. collection and
fancy-work wJsheso'the
"'' Eighteen copies of the Gazette will be sent for 15 W species According to the rilTh benefit to b6 derived from the
traced with more or lessdistinctneM. Itonereatoskowercr breath. {f complete and extensive record, of,evid n.* of th*
ia inttrest ss1drsrceolate4fl2iud# Original and Selected jtrlMt Twenty-eight copies will be sent for ;.30 00 .parents. use)oeth iLibaries-- and from attendance on the lino- arid staff'officers ef the'army ftftB |l v)r i

1 ifsctiare4Wisbed by more umorooaanJ4D4c Its OrigiaaiTales, Sketch, E'ssaytfe., shall I .Address' ,f PUBLISHERS, Board annniu 'Ir., ,, Literary Societies,, should strongly ,induce such tion,from the earliest period f-tkftj-ww tokg
la mt4i|>lo' hiciorlealfrdocuincnU v ,tie bo of the highest character: The'faults of no article Third, near Chesnut sts., Philadelplda.V per books -_ -j ,.o* <*j young men prosecute their atnjies here. In order termination thereof';to;wit: The nAnea of cffi-
t i pubttcatioa of the earlier.work, a good' d *J ofprotw can be over looked, from a foolish respect for charged to, the parents., stationery. and washing, are for a student to enter upon the English course ears of th ;i has been made Io investigating the cbara.der Its.ori/duality.K :TO THE PUBLIC. he must be thoroughly acquainted with English Congress.with *rei *acm1pd.
and Utorv of Its Selected Articles will be .Payments are ,tpJ4bf made semi-annmallyin- Grammar Geography and Arithmetic. } 'Return known the < tbe Anabaptists of tbaR.fofumtion, procured from first THE HOME OtJRN4tL. to the as Paponr'bth
ant Mr. Benedict made pio4 u.t tbe nddH sources; and the reader of-4lia-Poiirsnay depend vance. ,, t, The expenses of this institution are as followsBoard'per estate IVpers' aad!**** fi |pr4Bi
Uonat Wormation'UUh in it the Tales DITED'BY :MORRIS & VVILL1S.riTDUSIIED ,No.deductionwillbe, madofera, pupil with- session,' WOr'.Tultibh1 and DeposiwFeepoieseee
ha* been gained io this upon finding .page bet Essays, drawri before the information from the archives of the eszad
4pt'* 1Istured .bi4ebd we &e., that appear cither in the foreign domestic I YVEBY SATURDAY, IX TCI4Y F for expiration. of the quarter,except ,' #22 CO; 'or '9125 for the colle State Ubvemmcnts-1' comprisTnit; vrastjcnoral
*k thu fad of UM work- magazines.' 'Thus laying 'the i whole'English and .Kc-cogent reasons: .... :., f.ti'V giate jcar, exclusivei of jlneidcntal. expenses, *valoabto evidance!aver heft%< 4Hvate
be for'a'snorter
NEW TORX. received
a4 or& fain pupil space which include the cost of text books, fuel, furni-
t3. American world under contribution individual the and rank cf th Coo-
'* *
ft t "' ; pamefl *
,-Tfcfl.w.rli. ffnvi Liswj.) .. or, jgriatttural. ,. ;Isnunt.t ; than.Music ix jpbnths the .!; ,. f' \ 'n f* t V Lure, &c,, for'room" in College. We respectfully; tiuental and''State"offlAeA;'their1 appof t enl*>
view of writers, ana writings the on pan6i"harp, guitar, drawing and advise parents thit moire pocket money tliab lane.
American on bapU ital contrtffrsy Arnctfltural matter, ,jnf'teluA.the PostMs ;. wj .': > 0 ""' *;. painting,",the Spanish',' :Germttn'.and! Italian. IzW, supply.the; reosonnblo want ef tt proIons, Atrvietft;and oaaesf OfIIIgnIOaI
Ifoth and yreign-.* ; of the : IN;November last the trn 'f. **' ii (, v cowory j a. cers of the medical staff, *
the i exceedingly.eorion and -1a jS 4tts given h.sretfore.tOUNe quantizof we commenced publiction gn eaare A! .charges: dent u injurious.,oThe .practjec. ot.contrsqtindebts InttotttelS.?
restirij utbeg motbeevihs
to iha dlntioct(onslderatlon' as. peAer'aper'ihaU be composcLofthe best artiel of this r.miIynwinaper on a mew and novel The-French'' languageis fluently spoken J the' with tradesmen in lh 'vicinity pf CoDezeT voyars, bad ,
proceeds.'whose rbe- narrated AtaericaojBaptisls. i Uiat can be fotind in pe nutherous peribdl. plan., ]S>j similar!Wprk,:intended to:con tain the institntIOnanI, is taught/'withoutj: any .1 exra in a high degree pernicious. law of the State ade >f tha. anay ,*ff err; iDothfts te(
at'r4 .
<*mddertWleiiKth. to the In oflhe news elegancies,-opinions liters- commissary general or issues and porv o%
It Uf a Tacful rtnd>t l (,& eItgdeeted subject Making this"way .n diar'e of Virginia, designed to provide a remedy for this
In (
ia 4 eor. '
into the' Buffering* of our fathers b fii of entAgrlcu1tura1 'Deparftnent superior what it tore our.Hnw, ,16; CI/LL from"tho.wilderness of bane of all Colleges is-ta this eUe t.: .That-any, -
Crath, mea of whom the world' waVE uje not** nn fty ._!1besnsdo by Ihe ervic, s of any single writer., the hour's ever flowering caprice, and to BXSCUI "The 'annnal.vacation.'will'commence'-'the Iii Merchant 'who shall,give credit to a'College student lal) ,JUtTllHHIf K ijajVslstant ,
dS 0'Ta the good things else lost In tIlebewildering flofttagof week of July sobolastie deputy'qidnetots
;and duties willjxi resume tritium hit
indnriBg''en American,*onibicsimr, >risfflrUent special authority fram parent or
(. ifor <
novelties adrift had peon -"'" *"" and ge-iBaiMi { eaeam *v
; previously attempted the first MoudayorSeptember.Vj't HTjBjf
C. becaaso they'asscrtpi tnd ; guardian, challupon conviction ef We bet, forfeit -
; tMJUEex $ of Baptist on!t o>dlnaneei iu1j, eM i &r as pibr.,.curt.-nd be3ad by otheri.j j ,r M *""?' For fnrtherparticnlarsi( equi' apply'to'th thq deb.t, forfeit his. license, Aad.boflued: $50O-. nan r d fficer f fcn oVfieiegjstoffBppoinbneaUiiiioltirfavSO
of God's house and the right of conwk Ace. bwr, the rea4er M th. .arUo4 poseible azioment vThat we have labored ineefuhijhi our voco- Right Rcy. Bishop Hitgnei, to'the Lady Snpe Let parcntg and guardian haya 4i .regard to thi eirt -
This iwtion W-tb work hoald temaMid .r b. : 3Iessey t. tlon-and' Produced paper remarkable;for its in- riory Sacred Heart'or, to P/A Hargous, M South law, and where it may be necessary to open an oc.. $*$
teret. .vauo And popularity, and one adapted to street; New York. >'" ''' *- aa an a.UO-cIJnpILhieut5054t1 PfOIStO1 thS-
;;& ; zlt, ; ,; ; count with a'merchant 4heJihdividaallbdeSsignated
p A of paymasters"qtiartertnaiitersyrLuWifShen odjamt.
handsome. rotate ;Ja the wants ALI'JCLASSE or: OCIETT, we have The'Manhattanvillo and Bloomingdale stage and the..amount specided and the evil ty g
makes ,
a larre./nd purpiaion ; .
of the-jfiehtaneatei aadt Stti*ti.s.xi
r&o inmcicnt evidence in our extensive and rapidly increasing will by the Sacred Heart
tkooU froteeai U.M U i ; pass whenever there are
al\B pUiU wjllceuse. lif, fLiliiZti to : .
BPflZJtEO1TU.4 cirtulatioD ,, in he nniversal, ommenoV passengers to or from the institution.- rvj tt ?< flt ipan7 cssesntonI&hqvjdqsc.m
Tgw'.aL are- Eagrevigs ft, 1c': Lion of/the public press,and, above allis the flattering nt iad .eteoeabeChewfiublttthlt* at
enU an astonishing amount of ttatistieal irItois- Engravings ofsrjon ; encouragement and cordial ..approbation;,of The < nrf d-Woman's:PriVate:Medical The primary object of the Preparatory School of. acconnta givint [thft bty.ay. 4htM

lion and excIti 'tiii 1uiifa&e reade; how, sbsnotbe1orgotten.be allowed to degenerate But into th. ?OST sh.U oar, numerous LADX,.READER.S S,> in every BCCtion -is ,aBc fats prepare young men for College j..hni.the deemed Important.In the'adjustment ofor t
in U detail; it eond have been eolleett&jj la be looked at for a mere show of the country,:' j.-f ji t>ri >r. tlii *& Wi *?lgggf R oatrbs.t1wbuiTallM ehildrentoplajwlthbr' smomentaDdthento4..tOth; -- --- 0 ; and'character of thHou8JOVRXU ? t llsV' neighborhood-whichthey-are located, and to $I.elan. I.

differ from those f any newspaper bere- 4'L ualif ,/ esffo tbj rwnar7jDM9a.tiona of .. Indrno"tJaUowBd"'for) want of Lhea4.esq;
.4 d be'rL1UiW bbmtIr1Q .
ddebUb4sJned toforo estahUabed The.coxtenti ; fittedtoanrow.iwd 1t1s ykIe1ieei$1thoiNflM4 n a..ueIeie
Pti IJth1cocIIscLD'
: o1caibt4h.: are gage Lbs sLtestio ofhe p2ahIpr bo ; nrtThp dehooTK the vIcInHy'R CTuJlege'eo'nltines o caaeshaa
kpri menti, fl1J hcIrV ::3LrR6A. 'W lwiy. bo14oae1vc rea4tootebi to seure. oZ'g Inet.rutstl.n ind,utrtsinnat fr 'TuJ, under the direction, of MriW Tl'Davis; ad abU churned nb

*er.i IIc1esofered tip e, aLarIoo proper. Li doenegtq r'slde udsmihy 5110L5,*Bd It ,U.-* I \. < ,'JKJ a t tv'uyi" and uooefefi4Tech, and!my; cwn .lmmedtatosupervision. t1dengLaiJ *b4 aMbo
t ir tl wd to their mfiit.j But authors whow ,writitngt COmia the striking s.a ittr&etions of the of suffering, of.physical-and menta aj" >,->:ts.\ f >. "'isiI xeUableaiuree, LtbeP0tUI5bJUOLofIOI4OU
I mre.of a ridiculously exaggerated'and immoral Dewapepe idiog Intoro4stthe YEARS t? many anaffectionate wife, andpecuniary .\ti sessions andvacations ;the iano.s ths. Malms; and ia OKnientitt< btpeOtht1 W ----r bb MR;.
*a.ttreiia anbd4tn1d character,' may save1 themaclv.sndn the.trouble higbr.Ias j printed4n ;th.er1o difflonltJes to-the husband, might have of the College froper/1 The cost of boardV koh allowance of awW lOowBwtaAlaw
.' k tending them examination.*., .The Post it* clear obti4n $ ,pspcrbu oew 1eeuparcdby a Ume1y.possessiouoi. work., a littledesa than ft student of College paystjBiatdinga /''' 3 ness must he poat.paid-***" ?ffcStm.eiv
t lrUl3TDJI: DLL1TEXUThICf1fO 0a1g.t fflily paperHind no articl?>'calcplated to,enrrtheffcmlJy II, iU&&Iol., crP.3g.aeist'P"1y fu .-' ; knowledge. powers ; II' b oitb i hatpinetsiIueoe. ; d>odging ia private JanUlios, Ine1*. ItMManrlevidence .irltt M &
lrcU-can be ad tied totoii dine
coif aUaeeeasan lOper.montha
i $fa1l omVbtI ; fa'osm.q ofof expenses,;
t' rft k '" tAnnm th thu .. tevelat1bis! ooutalned-In.''Its'- TufUbn perlcsiion fpr Clasaioaf stnfl -
*g nt : yt: rft>i >i?;* s ti JSL 4fl5% ; -, *, polMW > -
a iemei-aad db ta- 4. *.: $2ft oo
I facts &* Tb. 7 "ISp!' .tsuy941JwJ. qLii-e $ proved A blpsripg' to' thousands* M the iaaumera
..ulpdber1.ifl'Tm once t.thsdIyerpity hRc1.rb cMettert reived bjf the aathor will atteit.ff, U IS -? X -English studies, 15 00

- g.tbv 1I.41: p $ me ; ;lere,*fc)*)', every iSmiTe-Hhe.wife, ha,Bother !J have
; Ii1vme.1$ txl, 14ine ar rtu'uri I! ( bsbud4ing InfcA wi4m4nfiAAj1 Av inkttA tn obtained the services of Mr. Charles B. Stuart,AM -i.l ojzti

.sbd, M Ltbo4 boiLM3$ four 421d:. flOfyarailhic1 ,[indrer the icheetat-Rid way, N. C., w4Il : Jz1tm1&a :
*bt 1M! .Ui'i 4., have >["< MvjITlp.S) MrW.J* PWW A. .L # their hotel 1* constantly
agethcs7krms MTi J "JWse geiiVleniew fwtJaat woepttonrfanjaekMntUle otepotTVII 10 4
MUb In ori U a ihskl Jk tccauiDer ofwoviaAo bor< In HWWn wltS'a' hlglrfepctatloti;Vnd ,
9m:14Th ojr. take the d4aipap r. but ; his heajjtoaohiog witbinlaeBtiiuooUMiitMtha 4IAesaht
:!' ink lliccanno! afford)iw have time. The scholastic yea1wIlbe r divjfed. Into 1EemtI *atn 6Iroth'aaug.4"
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