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: March 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
lccn - sn 83016261
System ID: UF00079922:00009
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Succeeded by: Weekly Florida Republican

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.Ye who would isave yonr.fcatures florid,. p. < fl'fc -. .,f .> jt J.CTWS.J 'tJd.4rig .
FLORIDA TEMPERA1CE At a late meeting of tho Board Trustees, ; Lithe limbs,'bright eyes, uuwrinkled forehead, : as'set off from-St. ft9i fflF < 1wn' rsA>r' C1eFhowever
'I* "! AND held in ThomMville, the following regulations From Age's devastation horrid,, '--, ,:' p ? bb'nndVrjr'l n s< t _
AGKiCULTURAL ADVOCATE were adopted for the government of said Institution Adop( this plan-" $ VeTreebHee'lV-- aj svf keep vur.empot4pipp

I i t The scholastic year to consist of one term, Twill make/in climate cold or torrid, pofntrriiv'rthef'Krw general oii c*.' 1Tb 'fofWoriatsr,wriQea.oJ
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; of ten months, and cloini the Thursday.in December A halo old many* .'' ] ''
Quincy Fla. of each year. ; !aIofl Jbatwad: iaf a Ven'fiMi
A weekly to published ,
jasper Avoid irt youth iiixnrions diet, / thence in'tf-'dirce' -4 #KIt j;: 4 ,a4rDt, N4 _
RATZ$.0!''TUITION. ,llestrain the passions' lawless riot} ; saM-road td its in- %wu14j,1 Icj1j1. T
C..3ULIANTUE. EARTLETt.- Devoted to domestic quiet, 4'I.4 Au7o&RT1 PccJ8taI,14To'ieStY4jHmesf
ti. Orthography, reading, writing and arithmetic twenty-one thence
j' Be wisely gayj '41 i ::; ;
per term, $16; the above, with English grammar ; ; '1ih '
,Sashall coanty-Iiric'W
.Pcswet9T of the Quincy Times, under nnd geography,'$30; the above, with the higher Resist we, 'spite decay.Age's'' fiat, ,- _*.!tlrg. intv il '' MISTER (SfoiroR Ji MarnJwnble'' (emakas
the wdictUtiona of his patron, who arc branches of English education
rcjxjnJUxT an embracing nat : *. ; io'rmvkab4sdrre
mostly mpri c i the fnends of TcAipermnce ural, mental and moral rhetoric logic ? tseIt line''of-'St.
q> < among) philosophy Seek not in Mammon's I
industrial interests of worship pleasure, :!then north and beiVeontjnnaUy ta-work ,AgncoCurej, and other botany, chemistry, geology, book-keeping, Bnt ;
find riches '
Society, "bad ;kU'rmined to .devote. his Journal and political economy, $30; the, above,, with latin In books,your friends, music, treasure leisure, Lake, and'along era*!!**; tns'no time}<*tbmUc of the pretiGkverypktya1tbeiicw

iaor exclnawly.to the object) indicated by the French, (ircck, algebra, geometry, incnsura- The mind, not sense polished, ,: : the-place,of begin-: tv>coin.-
new title be tuu awuincd. ties &o.- $36 j mnsio on piano, extra, $40; Make the sole scale by which ; shuniof'niiiCT! Kiir--Uiemajdr' prt, ltW: >Kfotiynit
measure ? .
The Editw consented to make this change drawing and extra ; *
ww painting $25; use of piano, Your .f .f .
with the of pecuniary term opulenco. are}by the"tcrm3 minwrbeint. l t ai>d rifltdyniLanvidigeinV'tay
aol ioniu'4 expectation per $4; for wood, per term, $1. One half
gain, as wittf the desire of exerting ft salutary moral the tuition to be paid in advance, the other half, This l is the'solace this the Without consider* r lathe-bULFkLhCLjiU1zwhich : ;
influent).1trOf.bOUt.; oar growing State, in retard the first of July. Life's purest, sweetest, best seieneoj-; ? ,bn ,
to subjects which be holds, of all other, to appliance.. ; is'fclW> 8heSan4wicbeabamu4
That diapj olnts noTman's reliance Society
,BOARD OF .range
paranopsit importance.
What'er his'state, lard etr&4n &ri The caul *f Temperance; the interest of Ag- : : jntercction-r- :
rien'tara i'and' homo industry in all iU relations, Mr. William Hunt, principal of male depart Bat challenges, with calm defiance, lFne"of J"St* Clriitrtis-l ; ( .. at
and rarictleg-f-wiu.be the objects to which the attention ment ; Her. G. A. Mallett, assistant of male Time, fortune, fate.* : &' Such-line' but Jbfrbbyal inrt'1ik.thtiJon

of the'paper will bo principally directed; department 5 Rev. R H. Luckey, principal .of The ?: : "month. the'war,thwi >yes lisisot inther beadaw.,
female of-.Deep
department.Miss Ann Potter Mechanic Art ;
Mary assistant
and as connected with theso interests,and as bearing TkeyWapraud "
upon thert, and as influencing them, a review of female department. heard may bo obtained How, sublime is the reflection, which the If he,mpve, upon sbepisb-1ookin'se,4
of foreign affairs, of foreign and domestic markets, in private families in the village; washing as. prescribed, unless,shfinind'ther pea an4qur :,
will not bejoTJBrlooked. month.and.lights The included, from 8 to 10 dollars,per perusal of the following paragraph suggests, place of'begin' tliey/llgetB; :ilnhing; W' t&iL:tbeynsrg
The iuqtojtaoqe of the objects and the aid Board of Trustees have, in course that as the world advances tobacco andshn'p krther: bettei1andww,
conducted could affoVd of erection, two brick houses, with two rooms in enlightenment, "lake arid the
theta which, are a w,auctions which newspaper could not bo fully dis- ; each, largo and commodious, and will bo able to professions are not considered the sole pass { of. the "county.is God Lk4briitIans insteasi ofcbawingj

cussed in L | ptr of this ort; but it will be our I accommodate, comfortably, 150' students. The ports to honor and Influence. Pride .instead-of being their infarnalftjwipn*and loafing abottwaahaj
houses will be and Ignorance :
purpose to! xplaidj and enforce them in articles completed by the 1st day February ., Thearea1 upping idle 4''jrabere'i qdiM a-nnmbubreui}
original ad folvcwd whivh may appear in our next. The Flotchere Institute is under the control among the rich have doubtless for too .from th ip.eiety Islands ..Nicaociey4
of the Florida Conference of the AI. E church 'compared
columns. ). j IJ south and located one half mile from Thomas-, a es tended to stamp physical labor as humiliating to be giv there liavejljcfe, I? gnesa. .aThera 4flHrt>*.,

The in Editor pf Le TEMPEEAXCE with' ADVOCATE will. yule,'Ga. From the proverbial healthiness of the ; but these are not alone the causes pretty cot nor) t'i pair breeches iii1U buILd
not degte jinterforo party politics.The '
any place, and the well known ability and succcsas, ern'vLnnJ tiicKre ailed as ii tbiev.wasa
"of the the of '
events" day, passing occurrences as experienced teachers, of the Hoard.of Instruction of its depression. A prolific source of J's- *
from fraid'o'rustii ,fat awl .ataf
(Ve week lie< wiil] notice with as much truth and 'a source \ Soap goose--j
impartiality aa tlH store of the case will admit. a liberal, selected patronage by the from Trustees abroad., rro hope to share repute,among tradesmen has been,a choice ; Christmas-Say grease is a pan; to thfl snia" ote.getios ,

lie believe hioufKto to bo fre6 from all party bias, of,vulgar instead of refined tastes-an indifference seventeen, inches the leeward t Hjfjtf one on 'eu.i'hei ,_.
and he will endeavor thus'to preserve the columns H. W. fctaAEre,Sect | P. P. SMITH,Prcs. ; a half feet long Irish'and Scaau&John Bulla au&iuprs
of his puperj to mental culture-an amour for row ; '
The Editor prop4ses to 6. and yaller beI-so as stated afqrcsaid3k
4 enlarge very consider- BOARD: OF TRUSTEES. instead ,aged years, ,
aMy his paper from iU *reut size,and to make dyism of respectability-in short, a of Cumber society is a mare aQd.no iaiftakevr

other improveritcnU, should the patronage offered REV. P. P. SMITH, President. tacit acquiescence in that sentence which there until it'was The na eraj tcra of the aile.; iSUiaU4; ,

authorize TVrmi of it.!nbtrrtftion.: Two dollars per annum REV. II. W.: SIIARPE, Sect. custom and the tyranny of feudal'times have ; ,efforts rocks- bi'tLpn4theJ.oi4 i isgeiafly,,

ia advance or Cbrep dollars if not paid in advance. % TM. PONDER, Esq. Treas. awarded to them Let the new flame which ; : the house, ,.with sought foe ne*Jr! *Jic! current, and,in, the rock .,,

REV. R. H..LUCKBY. a bone we look for. 1J] $ eJB.>/There,is one kiidoj(;,
: REV, %V. W. GRIFFIN. seems to be kindling be kept bright. Let our '
*litV IlLLAll PAPER.fTifl < under the' stick deposit.theyjcr ;pocket.t; The pockcU ,j

jntMi'dtetf'immediately' ; REV. G. A. MALLETT. young artisans succomb not to hoary prejudices sustained the generally fou4i E these.aatera beecb sp*,,
be at 116 Nassau
i < ttrtfl, New York. REV. IRA L. POTTER. ; let them progress the march of improvement there( being* no thetaountain:! igd tan onlyibe dugin4 i *
JAMES KIRKSEY, Esq. the wayyto break a pick .Th .iea4cp
-" -' T -- ,
TIIJE lOUGII & READY, Capt. DANL. BIRD, Sen. as self-inspired philanthropists; is perfect]v sit are:.kno\VBei r ir; ,the' pKk-ocktgang.jq--i i

j'COME: AND TAKE :MK." {Ii3-The school will they will thus do more for human liberty himself hardly UKtunAifa wT *.MA. u>tiaiA fflundja ccunai.
open the first iMo day in
i adven- and gobs -figraysaF lhaM-6- gobi iQVit
than be perilous
February. achieved interaicine
bejt can ever by rev erailf
Being the Wry and cheapest newspaper
stan jibbody.can {ell what's wha .
% ;
the lowest |>rfceiiaiacly, olutions and if that virtuous ambition which : 'i' }
ONE: DOhLAll A YEAR, payable in, advance. BRITISH' ; : until thees.al' has crucified,itf others sa4
I : PERIODICAL LITEBATURE. toil-earned capacity naturally inspires in all was arrested in that proosicl'tfVi: ; fell-the.8tpry,11Npie|

This |>aprr wifl b ismiM every Saturday on a VALUABLE PREMIUMS TO NEW SUBSCRIBERS! be not satiated with human, applause and hame'Iia being a kimmii%|>riU| essayist.I cannotde.,n
handsome i :gaveLydia-M.; cide.i Out lie
rrprenrntinir (IciiBral'Tnvlor on horseback at Subscribe early while the terms are low! emolument, it will at least be,crowned with santsays thatit'snecessarytto
The new Haven hare fiui jftlonl rto,,test what ia
TH* HArrTLE Of1 BUENA VISTA. the noble a jjug.$ ,,
ItwillabtoltlM e illuiftrated generally with handsome satisfaction ofa wcll. m>nt" lifp* 'j from he carA ipTels I ,?If that aflber'hundreds ) >,

engravinj;*,'representing the battle scenes of REPUBLICATION OF and be the proudest tribute which the young .-' !! ,bpra .in at toi ggini a iacompeteat i ,,

It war.trill&e.advcato the claims, and support the THE LONDOV QUARTERLY REVIEW, men of America could lay at the feet of the from herJiorile dJaT5 is verf1'aisInt. hi
v '
nomination oHL THE EDINBURGH REVIEW, genius of our institutions. We take the paragraph : by:a young ina'n : -The prna pa l uadrnpcda is. prairie

GEXElt.lL 'ZM'ITAR'i TAYLOR AS THE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW the New York Mirror ? jOUYship m$ turkey-buzzattjtjttnd centipedes* .Tbe.c1iu,1
frOm t >
THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW is hi, the roountaina
I 1iES1DENT. : she"acting; as ate pretty'!;hly kaj;j
AND1h&cwooD'S "The Bar is no longer the resort of the } "-of'the we eulfer.witlj ij tie lthLwddetuq.35Qlq,'

It will go M old ":Hongli and Ready,"party ambitious youths of our country;: The -mechanical I : Islands'fthe ia prgcuredlTEzn5waya.Eus orneSpey7
far the best man, m the EDINBURGH MAGAZINE. ;
or no party a* by very
are being preferred. latoraVhas dofleflbyihirug gaug.otqj
United tales to be President. : : .taken-sick,'
It will present all U>e details and Incident of There are now thirty young gentlemen in left in,charge diansto dig, ajxi shooting /

tha war as they arc, henceforth received in New The above periodicals are reprinted In New this city that have received liberal'educa ; 'thence, she they'dgot,.enoy i lomakalvegot. ipI
York; York, immediately on their arrival by the British tion ,'who 'are serving their 'times' as ship ; ; ; .
It will be rnflmiBg O'-cr with anecdotes, stories, steamers, in a beautiful clear type, on fine tvhito wrights, architectsearpentci' &c. In few ; ntry'by way'of intend
axciting adveatriref lie. It will also tell all the paper, and are faithful copies of the originals, a to her slory>>it to
news of the wicK) ,'hreign and domestic. Jt will Blackwood'a.ftlagaiine being an exact fac-simila years the United States will have the most home, rnostof San .Francsccera yqasalejor

!* Ar.llEATjl'APEK.inaU respects. both for of the Edinburgh 'edition.' They embrace the accomplished mechanics 'in the world.' A on ship ,board you ; n etit is'r-iiV1 'b
city and country tati ribers. views of the three great'parties in England-Tory new class is springing up who will put the she 'she .1fiUlgi
It is expected to hare the largest' circulation of Whig, and Ka any paper in the'.Uion. Every man friendly! to "London Quarterly" are Tory; the "Edinburgh ,'m'feearch6f wheaJuiyobut.wp ;
union of
the election of Gt! cral Taylor will subscribe for Review" Whig; and the ','Westminster Review" a 'substantial education with mechanical sirs3; I) ,
it. It will be $1 try. Every pcfctinaiittr, who expects to be reappointed of a religions character having been originally we could name, some mechanics who'are "minister- *-who{,* halt4 and

will R 4 a* ant and procure sutiscrilxTH. edited by Lh, Chalmers;and now, since his death, excellent mathematician, and acquainted th>NIL forth
The fact is, Tllli,HOUGH AND READY being conducted by his son-in-law, Ir. I{anna, with ; *
will be the recogiifefrtf brgan of the friends of Gen. associated with Sir David Brewstor. Its literary French and German, and able to study1 "guilty. Tfie is.ofwoederfueod

Taylor, who aif ia .fevor of his being nominated character is of the very highest order. the books those languages connected with : tried forth;; vvttals, sit

and their; vocations.;. Heretofore, fond fathers .. fhe vital,spark
ELECT BY THE PEOPLE. PRICES (IF SUBSCRIBED FOR EARLY.) were, wont, to educate their sons as doctors ai"r" j a-,body round tItttor1L5e, carTy49earliun

Let wcU-ffffhcr of the country send his For any one of the 4 reviews, $3 per annum; or lawyen*, to insure their respectability and onLii Noani ..withdoue1upquitS1
ollar every f rtl.wItbtrW1LJ.IO' for any two, five dollars; for any three, seven dollar success.That day has passed. 'Mechanics ,Ccmmf;has the -i
& CO. Publishers, ?; for all four of the reviews, eight dollars; for will take the Iea-1 and in few will of Gold hoi ri '*Ti do "-' J T00;' "
Blackwood'a Magazine,'three dollars; for Jllutk- a years ; ; -'I..k* VV djes, mate t l Xwhieh H eijI
ii 116 Nassau-street, New York. wood and three reviews, nine dollars; for Block- supply the .larger portion of the, Slate.and ; } >'. !lfffl' + erallyifiJeA) hikIan&ben j I S3 FJ r b l aCIW

Price 3 cento" rifigje\ a large profit allowed to wood and the four reviews, ten dollars per annum.' Federal Legislatures.", C, boa gentle r 'h .v M fe*

agents who bay InT' uantities. Payments to bt made in all eases in advance. ; iiist., mves the cradeayewt4 ; Sw J yji rr
S.* Every iuntry ;l aper" who will print this WESTWARDLV Cu&nsrdAwN THE NORTH In 'Union ly.diedjetesjed "lb_ Mi -fcHW
The &
prospectus, shaH reccirs Rough Ready PREMIUMS. '. of -.'Webye

_s. Consisting of back volumes of the following va SHORE or CUB.A.-Washington Union, ;; preceding with, tracks abouttanlalaingi.as res.'wiu .hi

luable works, vir: Bentley's Miscellany; the Motropjolitaa in .speaking of Lieut., Maury's wind and 'more J or' less i fa scp.rceaji&btsr4t,
.Th 54*' Btr'amcra.For Magazine; the Dublin University Magazine *
chart found it11 Some mlsncnarie
; Blockwood'fl Magazine; the London the current says : : ijt
the mforrnaUon of our travelling read' Edinburgh,the Foreign Quarterly,and the West. "\Ye observe by the letter of Lieut. Ataury : :-The -disernrery' di&trihutingbible9 d nny 04 l3rpJrj

ers we state the days of departure, &c., of minster Reviews. Any one subscribing to Blackwood to The''New England whalemen, that he has'' ; an r impulse.to so sharply e trci
or to one of'the Reviews,'at 3 dollars a thati though rcaisliortlyT1ie
jand things p
been led to the existence of
the coast Bteamem suspect a west-
year, or to any two of the periodicals at 5 dollars,, 1"-- ,
The rtearas ip Jtuld, carrying the U..S. will receive, gratis, O.\E volume of any of the premiums wardly current of two or three miles the hour '
above named: A subscriber to any three, along the 'north shore of Cuba, and that the '_gi ;I3 yq ttf
mail, sails reglilarrf-irpin) Charleston for Havana of the periodicals at 7 dollars & year, or to the 4 I usual route of sailing vessels from the Havana !is i ab6ve'indi* tl&t'

oh the ijBt anA 15th:of .each month, reviews volumes at as-8 above dollars; ,A will subscriber receive TWO J31ackwood premium, lo New Orleans and other Gulf ports .California his,eyeijtb'jamqp

(receiving mal andtpassengere front Savannah and three reviews, at, 9 dollars a year, or to the, is' against a current also of two or three miles ,* la"",ar point ; utt1e

at Tybceij bar and .touching at 4 reviews and Blackwood,"at 10 dollars,,will receive. the hour for much of the way-' The average be' enab1e1.tb p1acerwtthin
[ Keyr .TBKEC premium volumes t, rate of said.vessels is.i not.more- ve are told, 4th ino for luck beor' I tonimence diggjgt'or
West, Fla.) i he :i iU. from Havana, ;b'ti aier cvcxa1,, da *lsb& d1! ,ulitraestccjfroat
"'ft?* Pica** be jHirticvlar.in naming thtpremi* than five miles the., hour;.,and.the difference '
Charleston onj the eife and. 22d of every ton desired and the wofkt subscribed for. which this newly-discovered current would cloth!

month. i : .CLUBBING..Foar make is five miles for two-thirdS the distance : $ Irj oi'foft
to'New Orleans "' : ItiJfr go4.qap1 ,
The steamerjfcn&j leaves Savannah for : iu:
e? Th't
copies of anyor, all of:the above works and / ; sba3 lcaye,
"Our merchant
New York on very alternate:Wednesday., will be rent to one address on payment of the reg ;li ship-owners are praying -' V lodging
to have this current examinedand
.subscription tot throethe"fourth copy belngrstis thoroughly & et thickens
Aecondstcmetithis1inewi1hrxead)r "of the Gulf tjTde ;! ;;
,* -t/n f <-<-ir. .-> ;?., I reportcd'nby the'vesscjs theotit&
early in the Bpring,.jso that one will, leaveSavannah' .slu'.iVoireniiums will If'given when''tlie. above squadron. Thtt they dOUld' dd'withont th<* kflthiitf
allowance it"mmle to dubs, will tv banILonl tce
nor premiums in
for it..wouldbe
least or :
and jK>wYork expensc '
every Wednesday. any case be furnished, nnless. the subscription is d !
Passage and-f are$25. paid in full to the'pitblisheri', without recourse to only necessary for hem] to;,place1 theme i ; ; : ) ,,
fgrit. -' selves, ,whea cruising/ibout the
an .Gulfwjthin oiI 'hr cr
Jfcaf&erner ;
The steamships and Southernerply "'" ; ; pt ; cLtlbilay
the Influence',this i current; nridAy
le weeq Ctortcstpn and New York. Each *<1T (.n 0ur'I J<.-Nautical"> :' .Institution'u/'r./.s .v-r.an.d a 'M'-'i Shipmasters' -, ; ok1 ;: 'ifusisii .

day of sailing advertised. After the 3d December A late arrangement with the'British'pnbHshcrj Society,'of the'city'of'N'ewYorkimve i ilidJ I *44aui SOOiID", Lcj! ,
Blockwood's to
Blagaiine secures no early sheet ,
the Southerner.Will be.laid np for six of that work, by which we shall bo,able to place: tailed .the attention'I'of* navigators generally (; ; -. jit flthce w .

weeks. '! ]! 1 .- .. the entire amber!in the1 bands of subscribers before to DeuU Maury's wind/and';current charts ; .- gura-) M.
< n <* any portion 'of,iV.can be reprinted |hi any oi f aad pve it jtheir,hearty reconimendatidri.MRS' : nstoit-[UU $ qqF4th'
The stcamsljMjj.fnifiwnJu! sails regularly the American journals.' ,Fdr this and, bluer advantages' I en I

between Charli U>nlkiHl Philadelphia. 'Da radvertsed. secured to onr subscribers, we pajr oburge :- /BUTLER'rf FARlKvELti AT BOSTON..ivTnii .-' at the inaua.,
a consideration, thaj we be
may compelled l
to raise the price.of the magatlne. .Therefore we ,. New York Express*says';that Mrs.. '- slit I q'i1e t'RJfiift The'
Cabin repeat '*subscribe early whils the prift it MB!**i"' : Butler closed her series of readings of Shakspeare' ,,- Lk
lUmittancos and commnnications should bo always I- at.Bosto"on'VednetTay evening' ) _
'* addressed post-paid or franked;to the pub I- Her success/has been uhb6urided.ananeVrprofits ; .
'at ttecrtio
PreUdentUlj: Vote In 1 14. lishers,1'LEONARD; SCOTT &CO. '
% i-c-\ -4 ,7Qu1tonstreet, New1orL. j abciui $300 per night-AThe last play| ; *
; As a matter reftreaee,we publish the folios read.wasctfThe JempesVi'an : bg rote for Presid<;nUaI. andidates In 1S1| er'f
j Itjlrb'e! elusion there.were loud calls fojthe' lady to : u .,' i.' s
*ti' iMvpartncrship neretofore'ex-j i {
"f! 'JSEMrt.: I' istmg between"the'-subscribers come forwardf IhuLthis fpr'ajong while she zSifr' u'P t
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t&tei.ci5' ; PelkT firmof LEWW CoujXfc.|C9wrA.Yr.ij this day 'hesitated ntb do) The reiterated cXlbf howcvcftibrought .!! }! f :; > ---f--- "_.z___,tfl.F- (: .z L a

r MaineU7* '45>I9 ''4S35 dissolved.- '' by' --mutual eonwht. ,* ''"' *' ;-her fontanJf deenJyJBectttl: t I Iboth'lby' : : .. rift '

? ; 3.'i 271W1,4,161 )- ( 6. ..-. LEWIS.'COLBY, x the sympathy and applause of herirrdtinea'auditoryipf'Tue. ; P. acfkep-
erinont 2&1Th i V)4t 3,56' ..: ,. EDWARD H FLETCHER; slid covering them
Mje'Ltd t7t Transcript says '
h94ajij LU.I
848,3 4 5thj l8. j courtesied first in expression oi;.her grati-j ( ?4 Sth" It1 ns"
Conn.otiut !4441 I-13 6 :;( hide,and then gave way toiler perfect-thank Jfulness theifpretty' oa ""
5.ieW.Y6rki and servants ;
4.,) >andiLthe fullness'of herenacrtifita .
'NC Pena! *. 34,3l' ., $7 493 131 7 -1 : these few wordA: 'I can't make,;any,speech j ( a lj tt 'J l.ili ssiias.a -

,'rb.iub.cribcrroap0ctfaly i : ) aBnottnccijio his that is hoi irt'jny book;but I: thank yqu,wittj Hotel de Villa,, 'f'4 sIAbq'vsnn, aIlep
rinds and,the public, that ho will continue the all iny' heart. Thiijtoaf'be'consiUered the ambassador "a ; diiiwJ *'

-Vitiim& '- .'43,67 t bii7 -' same line ofthe BooiSEtutoand'-PcBLtntnito most feficilous epecch'' or the kind yet nr : I 'sdhVe'thii bih
N.Carolina bvsInees.i&.ip.UI. Nasjastrce2, .which,hai
LII been pursue!by,the lato firm/ Having been'reg cord;,arid jta to:its//orea aud efleet it rinajreadUy ; } tea4 ;:* d-t

:: ularly bred to-tho tmsiaass; a ded to which his bfl,. > imagined tifcy, those i.who did.noL : I place rduWUikssnkWr tt9tdthro
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experiencefe the late concern, its.conunenco- beart. It.seemed R5',ifbeS3i4-with one JJw &h UaAlO' '81 &t.AiLbr -
mont, Jhe feels confident that he-'can offet tc his fillf
of her'faohte--"Il re& Mf hatfd with inv &
troM! *
'b.LsI ,1k4: dv &Ugeeiu>.terms. f:The primary;V>b- '
Ject of thU establishment win, .bebe publicatio* 'i '5fr'jfO? W> -atJ9S41 ,. .,Il Mjk' ftj ffit 'fstgoH w **

::2'SeJthLrr &n4'sa1eof' Religious Books,especially.'sueh'as are ,_ '; t -in'-
: In IIJ4JO61 8OT23i Ms totheso4rnenL -
Mtchlgaa 27t S tl 561t7 $ or 1abbiith hog boqki wi1 be kept,' ?! t IZ4Itl
-' 7TI814I11) 'h P.D4'-t, this department 'ma.eli tteutLoi'wllfle DvcrIvc-ft2c7rM1J;! .
9ro4 If -to. re pie._- our city OD Monday night last, ,wnich entin $ q,! ''

(ward be>r libraries their fonds,or to. purchase, new ones,will for ly destrQye4,jhe Market House; 'Ieftlam.
sifs list W
? sac ti books a*they i te'd"tauildini| tontign6aiSh'd !
j3 already,iutvet tb$rdeni fUl receive
O.d .J prompt at *
r4t& ., tention, and the selection will be carefully maAe. before they'io\M Defrosted destrdyejf :
I '-,. Also,will I*kepivfeboolferf Uan l okaand the entire west iide1jol WIbqflE14 Tfl'ityCburcKwas.aisoburnLto

5tW Tayzs. stationery of every variety;.,termon.paper.mar tikO !

$;fatft 4 WfeStaSr' :;it:i.i riage for a certificate mN comissi*, Ice. Foreign. t jrit Books.** Imported thA-cu ftad. -T-T-crowd-J*of"*!Jjamf": V> J

Wifli43nMe'to bo6kefler-litnlatrg; ndf$1iifl seri ualyff notfataUy(1 ; fr' drKrin -
S"w-wu'innhi &**&.& ista,;, vna*>-, ; 0 EDWA&U RLET11Ea TefycoThetO

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..cI..t Taylor'. Insnr1Addreu.I I I" ; ; X IC 'Rl I '- : We: think .It diraces41ihn.. l.d,$ ; ItfrWcstcOtV.t Esoczsel. COMMUNICATED.. 1f .,
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Elected By the AmeriwiJ 9ple'' to the :t. *in,4jlntnJtt4to, the Ca.binell -j ,Idt best aburnpg 4' tstt4- /eyerisli t f' Thi t .'_fShe''Ii' frewseems, far from, Permit,me, Mr. lit i 't1 t,1tbrnugh your par ,

highest to take Office the known to cRilaw; ly I appear Thursday, Marcjit15' !849ThIniuxralAddzeis. ,, ) Fntn iPectir} y.J nied ive. here' Oath.presicn"bed the ConMitstion 't ira.- v* ** v 't44.'I ''i rv c t
< Wfr-
; and in compliaoice with a time- (1 been: tonfinned.' by the Senate,l ,i / ,; :withv the dignified attitude laken.by>Senator.Borland WmcoTT for'not slglSng u :SroQwrn Ad- voters" my acknowledgments. the honor I

honored custom, to addresal'tto* who are The President-elect his first ofAciaUwttJ..by,5deliliering1r J. M. CLAYTON- ; of DclawarSecrctary f." of a fellow Democrat, in a personal dress. Mr. W.'s excuses ar;m'f' YE'gard. done for me the in announcing office of Jt1of;cj;f!pme Probate as a candidate and- '.:

Q-v mbJtcJ.Jt: t"Theconsdenc pronne j State. controversy since his return, from Mexico. ed asa yu/." Truly; it shows a fancy' '.. .
hig A of Po Froar :1'
: &WnDf.inY [ Inaugural L 4.j Superintendent .1.1O"j; ..
r r sof .of $
.MfnEDITU iPennsylvaaiia, -
: taken'an *" ;
havtf ,
which selfish ) .
presence of ,an immense multitudeof It is a reflerof"a mind'in am wbe'veryinconsistenvtjinsrto. certatn-si i,; of thetimfJTarnthinkUtstbe < I. & 11 .
i CounVyiaent haXaUiog.M4 Oi'bf; ; the Chief drM the Treasu .
: 4' : bition predominates over other quality active part :,in the meeting throughout to ; ftb4iip tetiq1\-91.tte< -
Magistrate of a Republic jhbUjmg a high his fellow-citizenis on the 5th in'st. The THOMA8iEwniGvof; 'Ohio, of1 the :Home every
rank among the nations ofithe' :',earth, have Address is characteristically brief. It will De artment. His rash vow has been cancelled by his election have :yotcL .against Barrien's: substitute, to two political parties o{ .tJp.J ty.to make. ':
inspired mcTfithi/feeUngs nfl thermost I G.W. CRAWFORD of Georgia of the War have votes, and _a this election strictly jpwpy: Ration. Indeed ';:
profound be found in another column. There : .tp. the Senate over his i ,competitor; but1there'ae expressed by arguments
are one .' "f l u it is now:pretty rIi&slly un4e4l
; J gratitude; but when-)]reflect that the Deartment.* I. T" 'attached" l that for Calhoun's Address and then '
certain ,
acCMRJtnertJf the office whi rib t1aeiJ.partiality or..'two. points., ,. jt.which should. .not esjri ,. .,Piu, J.9.t Xjrg i.o..t !) a s dignities preference that, at a late day pirj ithe,election, one
has beatoved imposes JJi44iehargepfthe 1 cape- -the particular- r attention-4fv y-- *J the- >reader l*sli>*-> -; Department.' -- body-vhich inducepnblic'opialon to assign in the end to have virtually condemned it,byirefasing'.it ; of the pIlrt eA'W1U: t1.c I
.. ,
1 moat.ardnous duties, invo a iithtf. weightiest The President t. JACOB'CoLL MERlof- nont Postinaster each, member to a particular grade in char the sanction of his name{. >yherf date, 'and that theotneiwiMfollow pail

S i obligations', I ainconscioujthat: tte position the ,says : of. these" 1" duties i- General' >' : I acter and respect, G n'Shie1ds': bas saved_ the is ,the propriety ofthis; ;.riut fr'1eS5the" propriety ;awt. Now, sir trammel, as, | irare: lived influence thus long 1
Hn.i the
discharge ,
from t
i \ my. free g!ip4rtr
I 1 iH which ficient to I .have been the called loftiest if rdi fill Chough sufis guidewill; be the Constitution.which.thisday ; ; General.REVERDT JOIIKSON;of Maryland,.Attorney \' r.ldJ1 'trouble'"of writing i him.apaiort } 'Justification i ;?., If Mr. Westcott, the jfo&.wbuldyl feart e%: IM galling Jar ..

rounded satisfy Jearful. respipisitijiliea. 'sur- swear /prcsetve, protect, and defend.' c -1 to his true category. '.> had:.voted againstitj as others dIJI.1ULLIhe: l, my neck. Since, therefore jl r.wodd never :

> % piJ), Irowever i by .in.the porn.nce ,of Ilap-, my,:, For. the interpretation of !tbat .instrument, I "" 'I 1 Gen. (Wla C.... In the Intelligencer of* the *lst' 1 instj,( en. decline. to'sign:ft,;.i 1twoud; have.frown casistencyj consent>'autheiwtoi. 'BQ.responsi ',":
shall look, to i the decisions :of !the i j judiciaitribuna's 'We omitted'mention in last the' arrival ,been.the ble an office under any.bt r. iuenceithaathose
new duties, I shall not itht.t able co- our' .. Shields rejoinsto the exposure made by'Mr.. 'and that he bad not sport .
i operation. .The .Lt !(: .:1tPl Judicialbranches'of the -; e ablMe;'Government by, jts;authority.under, ,andto the ofGn..Cs'in". : > \ ashingto" 1. Has Breese. He attempts to palliate ,} yraraing' of a whim in so serious/a.*Di tte'.' The lobkfng'of to j jistice,4aad die! ciuse'pt mf;iftrh.o *sense jd w#and,right the :;

I the of distin present! Uivil prominent attainments earlier Presidents, who had so, large a share escorted to hia lodgings by a, large numberof letter by a recital oYufact3." He charges course of the gentleman'calculated to make orphan, and to the pat terests of edaeaOf ;
examples '
and matured espcrieficfcjjjgstl ,it shall in its formation. To the.example of those friends, and subsequently had a gratifying. Mr. Brecse with having maJe unremitting people believe that the great Southern meeting tion, (on which theprihts all rationale
earlier ,patriots, I shall always ,.refer.with 'with'Gen!'TAVLOR.Gen. y are.ba8 3d) wndja; bold that no:man
4 be my-endeavor to call to;f y>ia istance inthe' his .. attempts to blast hfs character;and he there ,wasa niererepresentation, of jBUly But; '
Executive l revrnce and especially to,, example, .. '. ,. can f<.celJe bflice.'thrpiig: *.a'piirfyT6teT'aricJ
-::4 4, Departments and wUit < uals character whose whoa by 8 many titles the Fatherof his Shield'* Civic Aplrntlon fore wrote the letter ''accu ing him of his ton.. "-Better1. ',broadly- 'nave- :. pronounceathe t. ,. 10 the discharge of;iLf ji *jrta :be. free fronrnriy :

I talfentiv will furnish integrity amole. fuaraintles punty.JbJ locthe faithfuland Country.il ? FA-Senator Breese, of Illinois publishesa baseness." Jut as theepistle was,written ceedingl\choate treason,*than thus,to bio*; thereby..p4r desiro'ID
'honoraole j>erformanc
,''I be committed to their. charge, *,:Wilh such Prsident O'implies no very high,estimate, cer, in which he favors the public with a letter t- in language whicl J; nd eI1 Win' 'to, ( authorize Address'was not strong'enough.why,did.he ti e"T; desirtbe'tdteOflsideredaxndite., : :i ": -
Very, rs
rep, 3J h"i'
aidsa.nd an honest purpose tA do whatever examples of pur Inter Chief,Magistrates. from Gen-Shields, which, as a civic,effort two honorable friends formally to with not'1fer.'|,(as.was '.done by.others) to suif :. ". R.aJ.liANIEt. .

,'f:: is ally right, and I for hope tbe'to beat execute interest.o diligenily!,! the, imparti.country The policy of the Administration, in relation we think calculated to tarnish the laurels draw it." No,doubt- the valiant t General his taste ? ; .J.1fEO n '. ra f. j ,,, 1.

the manifold duties devolved: upon me. to our intercourse with foreign Powers, he gained byhis valor in Mexico. The would have most willingly recalled,his.secret THE IMMORTAL BOTT3.Jons Lleate.aant''rat.1 .

"In the discharge of theselduties: my guide as happily defined in the'Address, is worthyof General was one of the pets of the Polk'Ad bulletin; but Mr Br ese was-not ungenerous MINOR B6Tns Representative in .Senate [r b i _
the OQ ,
,10' t.t
will be the Constitution wVcl l this '
i day marked attention. ministration and was accordingly appointedto as'to the record of hiscivic
; swear1 to preserve pr lbrt,.;nd i defend. ." suppress Congress froin.th 'Sixth.District"of Virginia i Fitzgerald, asked ,and' olj :tt; the,,unaai-.

i Fur the interpretation of| that instrument. I "Honetr.pacty, and fidelity," being the command of a brigade under the army achievements. The interpretation put has always been regarded, politically' a mous consent.of. iheSwiJ 4 totlntroJuee. ) the.

shall look to the decisions i iof Jndicial Tribunals' -I tests of removal a well as appointment, will bill providing for a temporary increase bfj I'by! Mr. Creese'' upon- Ms. threat t that' it' intimated strong min;. but if'we.properly estimate.the following joint;''rsolut4wbcb was read,?
'established by its auAonJjr, and to the insure the correct administration of the Gov- the military establishment. When he poured I' assa$5ination-h s so absurd (the General :- people of the Metropolitan District! of, the passed. to. the seconjj! ailfag:. ..r rand ,

practice: of the Govcrnmeni under the earlierrresident ernmcnt, and of demagogues I out his blood upon'tlie fields of Mexico, the thinks that it would.be, equally' weak UniteS
who bad 8oi-hjw'ra: ; share in disenthm s] ) pre-, Old Dominion, be is too morally physically Resolved, That the the -
I, its formation. To the example! of those il. who have .oked upon Treasury of the people were ready to forget -partizanship, posterous on his part seriously to repudiatesuch 'and .intellectually, to'drasoon&ern. Sates bei.-.and he/ is PIJbtOf$ ''tv

Iustrious Patriots I rhalljajiways defer with People a the property of pa isans. and to award him the honors due to a chivalrous a meaning.' He concludes by expressing into his support.,-for.the, ensuing,.term., The confer UOfl: Major. ; Scpttr

reverence? and especially-fjtiis; example I The President will regard It hs; duty to soldier. But he has opened a!new his disrelish for the personal controversy' Whig of .Richmond.i is_against.him, as the brevet appointment bfrLtentenant, ,Gene-
J who'was by so many tIdeS 'the Father oft : recommend Commerce his and the title- in which Mr. Breeze would involve press rat of,the Athy'oftbefl; d StatetI I
in history thinks
his'Country.1.s protection 1 Agriculture, chapter own he well as a great majority of the Whig peoplefor token of national grat t lor the'Mrviees

To command the Army and Navy of the and Manufactures, and the Improve page, like the French Bibles of Faust, -is him, regarding the I latter disentitled: i the'"substanti 'reason that he set his he has rendered bis couu4 $ tod in honor, of

United States; with the adritc jand consent ment of our Rivers and Harbors. To this writ with the Devil's ink. The Legislatureof to that consideration which might induce him I face 'against the 'election of ZACHABT.TAYLOR distinguished. ability*faf* General l;, If.e

of the Senate" to make Treaties'and to appoint the Whig party, and we doubt not ,a wise Illinois in electing him to the Senate, under other circumstances to reply to his re- than whom a nobler heart. never beat, pusing.Ms4t I.: U+-'-' ,. -.I', t

Ambassadors inform an I tion;other Officers; of to majority of the People of the country, will have given him a pretty long rope, and he marks. This is generally the expedient of nor a stronger mind kept''its,integrity; It W,e learn,from ttieTS| li iistine Herald.
Congress of-the state
Jive :
L1 approvingly respond. We ask protection of : is in a fair way to hang himself with it. men who are endeavoring to maintain a oldest'inV
::1. thellnion, and recomme. such measures as is for;this offence'the Whig party justly con that Mrs. Axrosu BOG txbjithe, .
r lie shall judge to be nee ssaryri and to take our whole People against foreign competition -. The letter is as follows: weak position. To alopt the words of the demn him. lie.wanted,tp do more than admire ,,habitant: that town, died;Ton'; the. 2d inst,'

care that the laws shall be jfaiih/ully executed without regard to the peculiar interestsof WASHINGTON, Feb. 23, 1819. Alexandria (Va.) Gizetle, ws have ""never, and venerate the'great t name of CLAY- aged 90 years. MrLR4ft: native of the.

entrusted-ihese are the the Presidee most -irajportint functions Constitu. Northern or Southern capitalists. I is SIR : On my return to this country from known a man to attempt to escap3 fron a for whom the Whig party bad'.struggled in Island of Minorca,'ani tbd list of the] oriP

tion and it to may be excted!, :that I shall, the duty of the Nation to protect each branch Mexico, broken in constitution, feeble in wrong course more ungracefully, than does vain-he wished to cast the'fortunes of the nal colonists. who erabartd from that '.lan ; |
the effects
I briefly; indicate the prmcijvletf) which will of industry in.proportion to its wants. health wounds, and still were suffering the only under man in the .city Mr. Shields, i in his.card in'reply to the expo- cause once more upon the same- hopelessdie to cast their oru: '. nPtYIoiidi. 'Not''on

control me in their txecntjon.1; -. As we before remarked, the Address is.to of Washington you who received me with cold sire made of his conduct by" Mr. Breese!- and turned his. .'back upon his friends. because now remains of 1r ( ,; seated oh

t ChOfien by the body oft, | ; People under brier to admit Of details of policy. These ness and unkindness. When this city bon-- The card, is as poor an affair as'the letter to they would not consent to" be'immolated their low, oaken,.cI" cottage chair*

4 4 the I could aiinirance influence that its the admin Government ration, would BO far be as we may expect in the Message to .Congressn ored me with a public dinner, which was Mr. Creese was unjustifiable." upon a name. Thus far. he contributed under the trelissed vine i llnseious fruf-
: D vomVr and iii the gradual development generously intended as a compliment not i
ArrrtfA to the U'.lCR..nl.il-4Wh- 'Y, .t to the defeat Taylor in Virginia.. Having called to mind climes were
and not to tbe'upport o(any particular section of circumstances. But we expect only to me but to my State, you were the In the Senate, on Friday, Mr. Douglas presented tage !"
'or local interest i flhis may only man who declined to'attend that din the credentials of Mr. Shields, electeda thus fiddled while our good old Rome .was ,wont to recount. thetl4fl.tale. of their
merely day renew find all the
to of TAYLOR
jibe declarations I have beretofore made, Messages to ner. You went further. You propagated Senator from the 4th of March; from Illinois burning, he turns now to the Whig be condensed within narrowest limits of a report here in Washington, and circulated and, in view'of the question of eligibi- ? '. "- "
and' proclaim my fixed determination tomantain te ; and asks for re-election to.the next Congress,. great.ancestor," ofahapi home. '
it afterwards in that I which had been raised ._
the propriety. It will his to. recommend Illinois was ineligibleto lity moved to refer c. fit.
to extent the
the office of Senator and after He retains a clique, as men can do under ; '. '
thin too, them to the Judiciary Committee but at the '$ .1 '
Government in its original nrity and to measures, based sound opin ; ;
upon II F a1eI
r practical '
I[ had poured our my blood like water in the suggestion of Mr. Mangum, withdrew the any circumstances s; and this clique is busily "
basis of
adopt as the pu1icpo1icy those
republican doctrines my h'ith constitutethe ion-leaving vaticinations and sophistries to battle.fields of my country. You published motion, in'order to renewwhen. Mr. occupied in opposingthe call of a convention The.Carolina papers c e'tipn the Southern:

; great strength of our national! ,; >1ence. others. There is in short, every reason to an article in the St.Louis Republican charging Shields shall present himself to take the oath to interchange views as regards a new nom public against a Mrs: HaB ajras Mrs.Pierce?

In reference to the Armyand Navy, late expect an,administration of patriotic deeds, me with inJgibiltf"d01n that which of office., So that.we shall have Mr. Shields's ination. This clique wishes o'cram down who .pretenda 'be ,11 jnd' destirute 'and
I in these United States title in the
to Senate investigated. -
thought seat
.no ,man a properly
with ro much distinction i not of hollow and fallacious words! She
employed on active tta.'siiane'us' appeals to public sympathies. 'came
would have been mean enough to do in 'my .-... Gaz. Mr. Botts, nolens'yolensj'ai : '
; service care shall be'jike'a; to ensure case, even if it had been true. Yon, however, The .wh'osupported from be' 'North pretendntg" to be'8.Widow,
The Last f rue men .
Session.The .
the highest condition of and in Night of the :
eQciency! TilE MEETING OF TIIK .
did this it be untrue. On thissubject GREEKS. her ieaTlb
knowing to ; and aflect-
on waySqntb fpr.he ,
furtherance of that object,:jhe military and close of the session bore much of a The debate Taylor caUedlon'the 24thult. meeting to
I have to that had I been on Walker's amendment- in
simply say, ed in
l not meeting
naval sustained the. great disappbiatmen >
schools bylt{ of
liberality resemblance to we have read of defeated that I bad choose delegates to a nominating convention
descriptions ground sworn the Senate
shall receive by'you on ,. on the 26th, in which CALUOUM f L. .
Congress, tbe'fepecial) attention the French Assembly-Hyerand Sullivan in, my heart that you never should. have and WEBSTER forth'as" maintain to be held fon;.:Tuesday, the 27th; and the eneli.to'of her on. ) tl
: of the Executive. II came giants to
I I I I As American freemrre| i|cannot but being completely cast in the shade in, both profited by your success; and depend, upon their respective views of.'the Constitition'seems Botts clique, to.embarrass them.on the after. That 'was a rare,:cha) *!e\pf an irnpostorsayswth ;
It"ouTd: have that regardless in the Wilfringtca Chronicle
kept vow, > i < ( r ,)
: sympathize in all effort rixtepd the bles- Houses. The sparring was to the of That, however, is. now to have given a magnificent! close.j noon pf the same day, calleda meeting'ofall Irs !'
I civil and' confine consequences., that same ) 'Hanfi' Mrs. 'F ereb*
ungsof political libertirj but at the Locofoco members of the and the is cancelled defeat friendly : "Zachary Tayjfff and tbe'reelection -
we past, vow your to the session. The is eloquent in .its
rame'time,we are warned bit|theadmonitions! press could tustematize herself John M to ale4p1ace'onthe
and have f Why I address now is simply of =Bolts
claim ,
Giddings- we no you '
of and the voice ojronr except admiration of the 'contest. The champions
\ History beloved
own ; spit blood whenever shepifawd quicken or
this J : Mor d .
'P! diJ.1g. They'accordingly'
him since he joined the Barnburner ,
Washington to abstain ffejml entangling alliances upon have been compared.to Richard the'Lion and '
,In 1840 in the lessen her to her
you gave me something ,' held their,,"talk".without pulse as seeth4ood lady
with foreign nations Ih all diRDlltPA h. wing of the ." ." Saladin on"thC Pales interruption on
---- -- of final certificate of naturalizationin contending plains of
O'c shape a
tween conflicting i is i ia- Monday ., bu('w1af they accomplished:'far ship'fand: idie away anjjsthen ebmetolife,
:; our In the Senate the strict constructionists Effingham court. You knew at the time tine. Mr. Dayton opposed(Mr. Walker's. < ;
ter bt not 1e881h strictly and factionists that I.was naturalized by law, and by the Mr.Botts is not stated.' They crowned their aalthirilJ,! Nt.. ." -*
I made a for ;
t ,neutral l; while Gonrnrriew.llt. l position, strong pull, capital amendment, because i it expressly placed 'the ;_'_, t
naturalization of father while I : ;
was a attending the convention meeting tl (c
my struggle by .
I the genius of our our people, ; and even Gen. Cass.was tempted to "take minor. I told ; .circumstances and territories beneath the guaranties(of..the Con. .1 9NGRESSIlA ..;
I the advancing spirit of civiliz tieh and above .hand.", How much more and on, Tuesday, and exhibited,strong symptoms .
; ; graceful as I then talkcu of going to Canada in case stitution, which virtually protected the,slave! ? H I1'1 .
all,1 the dictates of religion;!ld rept us to thecultiation'olpeaceful dignified would .it have!been in the illustrious of war, you offered to give me a,, certificate holder with his property therein. Mr. Calhoun -, of rowdyism.; The me'eting.'hbwever:: ; ,tn the'j/ous e, on the 1 j 9Mr.; ..J..JR1; -|a-

Powers and'It fnetfdly it relationswithallotbe aspirant, had he declined performing in the which would simplify the proof i in case, of quickly availed himself of this concession was of the right material to keep the strong gersoll reported a'blll toaajeni the act,1 for
J ; ,pj be hoped difficulty. Now, I wish to give me a hand and if ) : its to '
you ,; dul'al'ponted into
farce, after the deep tragedy of the Presidential the admissioa FJpridaj&ind.towa theUnion
that -
no international question c.n now arise letter acknowledging these facts.. .1 write from. so high a source, ,, declared : !
which Government, confideni' in its o-n' 'canvass. He might with a show of a convention to be held on the 15th. All we with e which
propriety you a private letter for that purpose. I that the Constitution was already force in e"Sent i ;
*' '
strength and resolved to protect its own iuttrightf have entered the brief extra sess'on should have sent a friend at once and. imperatively the territories. Upon this point ,:the' broad hope' is'tha'tthe.: convention has.n minatedsome : was concurred V.in. ,.So ti4th stands"-passed.andMeajis .

and it, may' eminently not settle becomes byty-i 1 Government nego'.iation; now convened to act upon Gen. Taylor's demanded such a letter, but I felt issue was made' by Mr. Webster.;! He declared Whig sufficiently "rough and .ready1! MrJILL4sq % !JO:! theCnittee of Ways

'' nominations but thus ,to rush with the that, in disgracing you, I would disgracethe to thrash L Locofocoism even withth'&; ad made, his "
: like our own, founded on" the morality and ; in, Siate that made and myself Senators that the Constitution was only in operation }Ipi expected report

t intelligence of site citizens, |aVtd upheld by. harness of the campaign upon him, when andI also wished to you give you an opportunity -; in the States. As an intellectual. junct of Mr Botts'a corporal's guard.;. When on the Tariff recoaiinea'dllg. numerbjus'Jnqdifications -
their affection to exhaust' resort of the had entire men who think such a man as "Old'Zack" which' iotf table'and
pftry "b'hoys" possession of the .to make acknowledgment quietly.If struggle the laurels of neither champion was. Jala Use/
honorable In the diplomacy conduct of beford' appealing to stage, was shocking! The most serious however, you persist in your course' of were tarnished. Mr. Calhoun'i- j certainly'< had- d not good enough... for- them' ., ask' for'"bread",: ,* ordered to be printed. |7i ps'; y '

: arms.tionsl shall conform to Jtnesaj t> foreign views, as rela-I part of the scene was the determination .of injustice I here give towards fair me warning-let, and refuse this the request conse, the 'strong side.pf 'the argument'(i contending the'majority of the people,ought to appoint In &nofc-on the j;
believe them essential to the best interests the Senate to recede from Walkers amend quences fall you..on your own head-I shall hold that the.asjis.of the Constitution protect' a'clique formally' ,to prese "theniwith, 4la presented the'eredentiabxSiMrrMoftbn hi4. successor
and the true'honor of.thecoxMtry."The ment and even then the Bill stone.". f.n -;. 7> elected forstieiir fuqtihe4th
; Appropriation myself acquitted both before God and man ed every inch of .our territory, :There are jt. '
1. President appointing delicate'oerk3ted!1a:. 'onerous in. du-the narrowly escaped. The appended extract for the course I shail feel bound .to.pursue doubtless provisions to be made for,,every The Called Meeting.; '.,"' ,-in fU8t.q'- '.' 1,; a r' ::16-.1 1' 1.! '. ;'...::
imposes towards
ties: So far as it poseibl w|be informed will .show'. how far Mr. Cass, and "the,tail.oi! you.Your obedientservant, novel contingency of our history; but every 'Announcemjnts'.were'' posted-ln'. different! The Naval'Pen3 on'iipprbpriation-jBilJ

I. I'shallteake honesty, c pacit iand!; fidelity 'his kite" had.a hand in lUs business.. It is JAS.,SHIELDS.;. municipal regulation, ,'whether made by Congress parts of*the town,'fC!.the'lastfortnight,-lora was passed- without debate jqjfcamsudment;*

indispensable pre-requtsitf to: ie bestowal taken from the correspondence of the Rich Hon. SIDNEY BREESE. or the people-immediately i affected, must meeting of; 'the, ,citizens of :thecountyto; 'The1Senate. refused Aj ":lcQQcnr..inr&e;
of office ahd the absence of '{ ''
riper of
'I-. these '
4 qualities shall be deemed su14eetcause forrenivat mond: Times: In reply.Mr;Breese denies most, positively i be in'subordination,to. ,.fundamental' -, ,law. ., be held at the Court House on.Monday.W. amendmenfof the Ho 41('.to |theiMinesotabfllwhich I

., sjij.:;5'It I "One' demonstration was' made during. the that he, treated Geit. 'ShIel&s with coldness.; and is a total nullity,if:it.conflict in spirit or tp: respond ,the;Sputhern.; 'ldreis:" ',Th y provided th4tI4hahl: not go

: shall l :be mystndy; to reetesmend 'such debate Cass who, that, although,deserves public he had attention'be n'jn'the: Gen.', but that he called.to v pay- i-his respects to him in'letter. 'lhbere'Isnegativinestricti n were signed "Many Whigs and Democrats;?, into. effect until'the 10thj .,-j ta..'t -' rfy.jInlhehflbuMfnMrJ.

,/1 b constitutional measures: to\Cotirress. as may many days'and was,' ,at any mome'nt'entitled : ; 'city- when'in Washington finding him hot ath'bme'j'liieJeft upon' territorial!!( }legislationV'there mu.itf'an hat'who ;th3;Whigs.'and: Democrats were,' i ,-* '.;Pai .:introduced ra.
e l
arement necessary and re interests enconr- to take his seat, did not' take it until l :his'card. When met'Cen.Shilds,4a ._ affirmative license.',"" ,.,,..? ? J j we were" Jt" pp s di6iwira't.y of the bill costitaii gibe S eret4i of State!Postmaster

of Agrieultnre anaproper11' nuractuIq. j Saturday, About .o'clock, when it appeared.tnat : .few'Iarsfterthe. ,manner of,the Events seem indeed to be .auspi&ousfor 1th ;11 Whigs from whonVwefsonght to obtain infprntaiiotfpftth'eJrabjectt General, and Secret ir'ylbf' thai Hone

I 'improve.' ;',to provide at, .the a general fin.'vote.rose was, and about 3.td be tobe. should' arrived ]- latter'was repulsive that he did not feelat i the-new' Administration and We'look;for an ] :; 11 The'. invitation' j I! Department' a-cBoard.' to;...e efintend thfl taking -

Io'the.to.speedy'enforce1 a'strict' the public decjine to Irote,,::011. the. ground that,he dM liberty to attend the .dinner tendered'to Augustan' .period'' "We jrustj r with'pur neighbor being t public nbweyer,7! e;atte 'ded.at.'thle? i the census'and :appri iprl tiog"$10QQQ

J part debt of all officers of the&&ccoyriabllity!' Gtoternment( ,on and the not thinkthe! Senate was,in legal session.- himas a tribute ,to .his'yalpr displayed in ,,that, lh'ert N orth:wilt J b|:,'awakened, treason hour. apppinteclj.expectin 1h M .to. ,see',pr,j aentut'" : to" defray :thCexpeDSeS': t FideM: thereto;-

;: :( -w .\tiD' st ecohomy( hi all p4>|Ji ic expenditures' him Yulee, Tnrney"and Borland-- sitting around Mexico. He i,had. always, entertained on..the. subject of slavery-not f for' least the many,Whigs--ahd. D2mo rats tvho;: which?was passed/ .* .*! |t| .J t.: \,:'>

: 1 ".1J t'it is*for the'wisdoni of Congress look,and the frequently:same ground.in consultation It with evident him, most(friendly feelings towards Gen.Shields: the sake bf a selfish-alliance with'the'South .caUed the:meetin| *:. :''In a:.ha'.l! 'or three quaNj 1 In ith&Sesatecod. th .2dlYicePresi.. : .

:I ; I itself in' whJch'; 'Ir J Jegislativef''pOwers are attempt to break, up the eession wan, l leaving an the As &'bis') ligibili't'to the 'office'of"Senator, ga nstt1i 'growing"West," but that justice. ters of an hour after !ths tim, about a dozen; dent, in an' appropriate'ad Icda,' took leave
;t 1 'P' : a4 vested:other the matters Constitution of d.j,.to.,.Vejulate. policy.these:', Iten Appropriation'Bill; unpassed, and." ;'- D8do.\ Hi-noifectionaLalliances persons assembled,,.in ,the.neighborhood of, 'of the Senate, to enable e a:tto appoint in

I,, snaU look'with confidence ?t',,1 f 'enlighartnon'ize they which hoped should, constraining make-the an; extra session report whatever or,}that/.there 'is'; color of I ,.even',ifthe; Nprtil'wereta ) the oU ti. q. se.- }nding i .the .attendancq accordance"wittf custom ja jtiilporary.PresiMrjAtehisoii .

j I eel iatiiotism-of'that'bbfly;i, indo P t'sneb I unpopular.:' MrvFoote'even new announced Administration that truth\ in' the'assertion of'his publishing an 'ask'them.., ;iAnd.if.the'growing1WMt"js thus limited,-the few.present;dispersed*'hWefemarifeillhat' dntsi'1J! .1', I.h;; 4.1't. k _J

I' .i measures of conciliation"rj the President had left the Capitol and.would i4kT&nth; ,SL1L6uIlep blican. I'rsta to be o t'.an goni8tLb'aving\inr I 'her loins a' tbW wIl it.jesponedq ; was.apposite*President jmem. >

c'fi'ctg thaVJJaioa! interests-and which shou"le'*:nJ$ perpetuate not sign the bill; but the latter, part. of>.the ted, 'lp'a:, yrfetuluaYact'says'; { MrVB., )'which. family of embryij States i west if toe7 Rocky' the:'callwere-chiefly' Wgsjiwadf; 'so1 far.as ( of the Senate.' 'jj: i'' J.VJTT
paramount '
pbject.qf) ,.hopes am ,j I ,.*.i In!<*any' statement'was soon I corrected. .Gent Cass the record of the c,Effingham.CircuitCourtwould .1 Mountains,. and at her ;future"i command the wek now'theeentiment'of'jtho: : VHigs,.:jt ') !' ') offered'theftoaal testimonial
j left his seat and thevote. *This "
action; calculaled.ito'JP i ;;j\I\/,4-, *bJect,8 tinally taken, on a dodged motion of Mr. Bright was that establish;and'blood,':no matter where wealtli of-Ormus' arid th '( Ind,, she will .wasHheir.. intentiprrto! 1 ,,haye ypted,' for any ofrespect! to George'MtDailiif on his.retir

J: near the heart.of every onei, q .'ralyloves th Senate ttrrim Im'timmdment'tbe: or.'hpw7pouYedfpuLt ;carinotrajter f that reF be:
I. his rn.ordinaJe country,'..bra.nch I.will zealou 0' tbe y Gij" j with/.the. /. ct'o"which' wquld'be that The Civil and or .change' 'the?Constitution .of"the"'United* !.form. ;!, Lei.!.i| th'e North'_ \;treat,'sWiti |flady' cpn'tradicjs:.! thWflisseTtipn that WJiigs In the .flbtw, :'the bHl:iuijairryjintoV eflect

i .jA.r. conclusion J ,. eongratuaie'I. rnsoen.,y6ii,'. Dlom tie'BiJJ, having originally passed, theHonswbuld States.-,;*Mr.,Breese it it thinks* i '' it f is j fortunate' r' i fraternity, and,,instead, pf banding together arejndiffefent.to'.tha: subjecti Anotfierlfactworthy r certain stipulations !:treaty with Mexicowas

1,eJ1O-CJt1ZeflJIMpOft. ; Jhehizhl"ate.'of pros-.my ; 'stand'Passed[by both bOdies for thehonor., of the country that, thi$ rash 'to I'dppose,''i let i usallf: cheer: on i the bf'. teissh6wiity the failure of passed'Th. !;, bill-wedihetSenate{! attiC
motion carried .
Mr. about six .f' ;f.-4 ,
t!'I Providence penty to which conductedumrnonioj.the goodni"! ''of.Kvjhe .o'clockand'Mr Bright1 / Polk was soon. after. signed, .the l'f,w"has been"cancelled" byrhis own-de ,geatW." 'st'"to.1;:berprbndrcfestinyJ, *f'KI': > N 1 this meetingzrtbat, '' there' )sftptrhat'excitemenT :; .. preYJoQS' ..J 8eS81,...."..n.'-t tSj.h.W<,!!ir.-.tl.1t .!.
binat his'J d m".Itor V .. feat. Gen. Sheldsubmit&hisoui jn < : ; !; .ft a i1'f", ; *!$e. peoptewb' .T'. [puse took up the;_, DJplomati'
among weare"BOmetimes
.trY. Let.US invokecpa tfuoce,of ..the0&me '* .' :: A GixTu'llniTJ-The Cincinnati Chronicle &c.g \ .
; '"* um 0 _;
: "Protecting ae'wbh JmJed us from IDa caucus of thJe IlUnoU Legislature( agreein'to -! !a1:1"A 'gentleman' who'came up.the Hed":!to.beh'eve;exists.' ; They: are J ..Appropriation j- t _, -:.Mr.

; _I beginnings Ine.' eminence we thisday -m:5'i 'Poi.i' liND 'It1rh drive4t abide! by.itsJdeci; and.1yetat the river with Geri..Taylor,'as far aa Saoithland, ready.do their duty,Ht,B.1J1"cnsis j ;but'they Walker's territorial. f tfaA!

ij 11 I ; occupy* .and. .let'us seek, :t jjieserve that, .Sayaniab. 'O' 19rl.i(fe' ijSo.KJ Jat,J htheir yery moment' 'swears in his h artto! ; defeat informed';U3 yesterday that Gen:'TAylor stated aie'n wlllihg) to' forsake Utne'even tenor of The COt h .'.f.,ameli' : ] JShpropoe d
J :. contiuancqby priidence andjmoderation ,inJbytweDJir I way. NewOrtn. ,' in conversation that if he was office '
an a' rdin
., P ., ianci1. edl|$Attempts toUM ,' J f, 'i! the will of C th partylfirbad'ifteetegjsuccessor ;! : i holder'When,a new administration 5came'intc their way ,by-iiU"&ding' every ano'nymously' thetSenatj b t t liD fDll .

assuage bitterness which tofe of te n marks '- _The :Washington'rcorrespbndentof I and detennibes,.aa'Mr.;"Bfeese regards power,'against which! .had taken an'active ., called meeting; I 1it t.

I 'unaYoidable differences. ni(by the Cliarl ; ft ': i ; uiiaet dat ) tbe the importof hlslanguage? to Hp rp- paftj1 he'would r iign'ha. office.? -'.fi Reported' liou'bfV PaclttsSteamer, ,, fr. .ton toT>latheTtempoirhtroltotahe.Mr'Wentwart1t- j.en 7;: j f-< '
ry March :
t lth
promulgation: and Oil and liberal l {; .tl. '. ,' .", 1.. -t.. tiife.;It ,'assa8sinatlonKfeMr. ;! ;!"Brecse 're* :i.'WJit mf18fd :' '-1t1 t t i i.n -Thj' + fiesl-A ,! tiq L .J ._,..
4es:: M I i
'T c. ; ,. .. .. -
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: jwioeiptM; and Jby ;M patriotism, : Itl' ,i ,, J i i -f" "if1 ?' *" *** J .r. : r..t : mOv Id an nd it by af.
: nrhjeli shall ackoo." I JU but those MIt -rumored.l1ere! that Old .Zae" u'cur"I' 'Ttf marks,that the. ,statement t of.his hayipg,given pnetyof{ those4lwho bavotakeziairpart y, # r Patriot,...wr&tin.ko f-F b: 1j;: it ; i xing'tbereto'vastejectedt6p14i" #.*r.il.iit v.: T* *.* it-I.

E j nl out own'.widespread.'Keuobifwj| ; I II ing the Proviso aforesaid already. .IftWsbe'Ofwbat Gen. Shields'a. certificate\;;of, 'nat raliiiion, against!!the:' neWJiAdministration1ud : rs wh''ret tDl" (rO n,.tb lost'.eteam \ ,1R.? "r''H .: .f

l A"..( j:;. .If.:_.. .l., ',. '.r .AI I t.may the':Proviso.m eaexpect 4 when has'f no .legal-'provisiony or probabilityKl cii"'t d'offiee1na. '..MP lka1 the eltnth -'- ) j ili;: -,t7 Y'-L-' l'HspFort -. j "TO '* fcH !f '

,, n..toJ mYZ SuiT.Jid.. 1 iitfMI they'present: h m"-. '
r .JIJ 1atgte''Nassauiat'the
his approval" *:A>eto?'Perhaps!? b : '; .1 ,' t1 ft'] I ', P't w. .. N. .. t,'.. V :- .lllrKJU. Jfit tI .TC.Jr,- .1..J. >tSf 1. 9"i*'.. ... '12th &fher.; 1hkaTtthtOrIa1
I storm Monday night lastJjUM; Biilroad -: _____ ____ .-:4L! I 'I feSMM .' .. yettqe! oiearof; any been made all .over the country;,1H1: l':| qt' ; ..wreck"fron eocer.of ; --*--**- i' ,jjl .J', ..:4'il.
train frpm Wilmington, when )nthio; about .. 'i.1 man In WbpU .gewhere boinqwj'tbat I ;1:1 tcl !l' J J (ttBff" ; '3rrM'trst il', art ora. Noverin .,
II ten miletbf WeJa n)e 'j intact With "Tl e'NttionaBnt] t tbt thi hii'f -: i ; instances.the:' Victors'? of1844: have been \-o. < '. r ''_ r ".A' 9""n" J" ''.. tl .10 1 ': ;\
T a' nnmber' o l' coxri lpnionlt'which "IIa 'pf Si isecidirrit t11e N v" w':t na d r,w V fa; resident .ofthi" j.COltClU5l re rdf with'th. pl la&esbf rem ved Wbi r.'bbund iroi;;PanamicUo1;8.titFtaaiscd,. rfi t'tJ'fi1"
po _; ;"N't' ?** thtredttoLiQ derflIs
II h' '';v --s.JH. : !!1. .J ,l1.iddi' ( h"V't ; :
UI .deven were ibsunUy IS'Hbly bt'8 hOr Wb fw1t the9 fiD1I. f'thi t'tf1. 4 ,.JD. Y.o. pMfnjeJi ;
who 4" 4 t, jA :17 1M
t9. ; .decUnejlrit.froroconsideratijoas &lWJ "' it 'J''' 1" 't, '1it \d 'U ,: ,; t"'"f1l" :' 11..I 'f\\'y..o 'i f < < :& n' tGG d'1 11" -jf:
mangled M to di* in ii feTte mil1ut 1 'dta. )aW'tq qaene" r .D t ,, t \11e''Mtienttiie'was'last.:froni-Jamaica, a.ncd' fh .
'pertaining to his bealthH ",' !--t. '. i
"'.: 'tJ4 Yhtreqn t- 'M
11 _txmW wiaiiresied'by 4bei!*Ra t4nce' of rrt.1" lile14..fgje ;).e' '' WinThntfl4rYoskalaolauii
''t1ie '&I1d a J it Wis 1 u.hpwber.1aboWo'h'is.pj)1'eiat1on of.the rIW' Wbat. '..'" ., r 'j1.Jjfj U(,. .e. p,.p: e..0.l..iPiJ1.wiL8. ,' !YJ81D.. e. .p1 Q'(ROb rG5'af Ife ,;lI;a" : n d. ii.
I r = ( !tt 1 'Uni ,tJ t,1 ..irit. .11 'qJl..r nh ;! the nig1t t f t th ns t:\etw p. iapet'' oOtatnini tbe" eep"\tl\bf) th '1li8Ut propc5 !d.a> e" J.T, ,>''
i j'tt '
rfpuhd that lid Jei*, ., 1p 4 m' iDiin W..r iS il' 'on 'ditl, '.di rr' Cr ''IS. 1 .", o rc\ti '" rgdthyery4iiit tfi 'territories'
t .th 1 Ii13 j tJ'hr.ri J. t'.JJt .:. w'C'WSWHilttlUkV ttiii aottWQf7: and"ftbcl6ckJ .fii' .$. j jti"rh \
'ptfanftindet covr 4 : II tt 1 eJWD P .m' T. ) ': ,t 1"'It I, lJ' \ ,.. 1 nV\er ut Jti repeals
D tive while three bad, f" ; : :1 .111 YP.P9.\.trl r .0"\ fJ1 {qa ( ? ? PI1. .f"f .1.1 t h .ft.1N' --1'J'li1 t\41J\J" ,' .
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ml' *
,:1 r ',i'i! .' tfJ 1Wi i4 b 1 19. I ox Jlb" Utarerol' Delaware sisec( P".d" -n ." U"e '! 'fai a ':nf.fr: i' ..
m 'i 4has.p a bCOgrei
Dt ( Leg "t'J i .
I Jam.t l*trackfthe :." 'e 'vNfh i:4: .ft J" : 'MHFP 4H { uietft { 'p B 'jtn '%fjil. 'aft actnllrecting'Magtrates'toizrrestia1l,free! '.t.,... r. ; 'o.A 1''" .'" ..., ,..r' t'\ ., lJ .: rttmi ft' 1"L. i.d.1J :
P by the Democrat of the Sixth Congtewional de nd t ., .f,{ ,." { + I negfoeg )t .J.IfgIUJI' !'It epJ.1 8Me.I'I. "tr., 'fU '
t. I onward t its destination, neitw f-he tegMe _' :. ,- -'.' 1"J1J1ii(:.i tt j h<>.Mhave*;no 'ait arentf!eaniaof hasbceueeediiheVirgini&Uousei pI finally struck Walker1 aasHThe 1
11 or any the passengers hayJhR 'WsDe District -ol'V 'i1r.t' present repre'sented by 'The'reader will, make
the titt .-' 'u1- # Mr. Botts. upon:.lhe letter pf.General ,(now Senator;)! term habJ not, and> n'r?? hemout to',service for' 'a thought a motion' 'would-' made for 'recon. froL\J".b '111 11'
excoeding.ontj year at a time. 111 eration.' two Houses contiuuI f:.
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- Tmost otIoc *;; ; th< 4th- after a and hogs; a valuable JACKASS; crop of corn and"T ready far y5rji&e115..0.
pp* - excite aiattil T wtling of SO.hoore. $ 25 likely Negroes, froml2 to ISryevZamong V. Iris- r'rcsTHra- --' T Otnmiv- *'e- TnAt' S : :it., and b..

was taken in which is a raTnable Carpenter... : ... ,! of this Order in
Tfce tion.Bjll up V bejwUished some Qrna'
Apiro MAUTi UTTKIJJOKJtCK.PORT Tbe above if:not
property disposed in the Eastern Circuit
the House; id&' motion*' it tcceded from -. of priratehri-vrill be soldatucUon, oa the pro. secaUvelr-CMr Months Florida from;this oTernt w*nre uTL1 ',

its rejectionljof Senate's amendment, by OF.JACISOSVILLI.MARCU.15... wises, on Thwsday,the 15th day of Msrnb next. *, .GEORGE S. HAViUNS, / i e WY era frcitbe U )ttw
given immediately on compiutqce with C.ts t.As lee; tbe ss pttmw Cewt at
ARRIVED, the terms of salev In the meanwhile Coif?s euperie
111flYO6., preparations
ye.5 V eire.- TaBanaaere; and te ChhiM for cUbe**lev
Mareh 12, schooner' Wm. PollardPiakhom fur planting i.uothercropwfll be made, of which ; Cirealf CffiirttfSti Johtu ..
Sena e's amendment vas first aincnda -V- a f V ag-h-A tbq CeferMKwt%*
The [
cw London. the purchaser can V avail himself. ,,1 should prefer ., IPETERi ..DU>IASclerX;:
by'ftrikms Jpftlbeyord* "West Jof fthc CLEARED,' selling the whole of the above property together do hereby certify the above to be a> pnbBA$
&& privately;and persons wishing to make a info and Order duly made and entered of
Rio del NorW1 inserting a protista that V March 8, schooner'Iowa, Wheelwright, Key profitable investmentrwili seldom above entitled sn4e.i -
meet with so ,cause,. ,on..,the,. ;30th,. vtak
nothing theijun Should be epnstnied to inter* S V nvorable an opportunity;' and as it Is quite accessible j'
March CrigSfory: |Ellen WaIli Vincent ,*
,, by steamboat* :running twice Th week from .n .
fere with tit boundaries .Texas. A sub* and market., V Savannah V aawsid] .V 2 : '' t e-i'We $* rfSPer
to Pieolati on the St. John'a, tan visitor [u s.J JL; .my hand,and affixed i AI
stitute for fi'amendment'as' amended was March 12, shr. W. Pollard,Pinkham.N. Y, address me at an early date on the.subject,ju I V .. Court,at tbe City.oftA ; & ii t ;
am disposed to ell on favorable term i'for cadi; 30thdayofOctober1St3...* ] r &TftlIflIV
then offered by Thompson, of la. similar V V if V ; : ; ,Hand
or, one-half or two-thirds the amount P. : = fjj7 -
& & rfj,
n > to the one rojijj&cd by 'the. Committee of Notice. on a credit of 6,12, and 13 months,if satisfactorily Clerk. OC: ,of ." t COj
j weeks after Mate we will apply to the Hon secured.: V / ,CYPRIAN CROSS, '- ".vcmber2,1IS., t V '--uijkle
"Ways and Means bn Friday, and this was SIX James a.Jones, Jadge.of Probates for V ; V ; Ilaward Post Office,Duv4) Co.; EJF. V V: : Yost.I acttwtf

carried-ay s li& noes,104j and.as thus Columbia County, for Letters of Administration January 2r-tJa-" srAdministratrix' 4- V' 4 :Ir.Vsaie*: I j De'* 13W4.IVVI VV

( on the Estate'of Thomas BFitxpatrick, late of V .
amended 15 the bill was said .nnilAT Very desirable tract or V :VVd.lj..tk
,aboqtjlAlf past County, deceased. u ISotice.v -LV > lying on the East; aide"ofth.

:sent to the SeiUtfi W..H.-T..ROBARTSf.m. John, and fa-Pnval rCoontyknewar ; b. T7p EuiCIx'NotIt4* .V V'
SAMUEL BARBER, JAdnunS- LL indebted to the Estate o1 Henry of"Naranjildeean.-JoM '* -bvsinee V 'LL
persons &
and pr2IcosbJMar4eriiVde'J. ,
received e.
In the Vrhe& the bill was Alligator Feb.23 1S19.
Setatef March 1.6w.Great, V Hartley; deceased, Uteof thival county, are name Of:Wentingham..!* bounded They;win '1I. Uteof UaaithMJ Stewart. dussuus
Mr. Foote, Mt.jirrner| and. some others, delated requested to come forward and V make immediate ginning at V HickorV.' tree nnd ditch pnne
in their paymtnt;-and all'creditors, legatees, and persons of the V Hirer St.; Julia, and
the rightofljbe; ; Senate to act Mammoth Lottery enntitled to distribution in said Estate, are hereby East, seventyone (71) chains to a- will fir- Notice tt herobree: to aB ciWitoW iiai

Illative eapacltf after 12 o'clock; and this Grand Capital Prize 8100,0001 notified that unless they exhibit their claims tome ked with a cross; (X)'whore it the best tees Of and pevs.UU.d 1 diat.liss tEstate
within the time prescribed by; law, they will R oad. This line separate*it from & in of lb.mIJ.1Mn I&1114 $ CJ15 OOSIS4.n
discussion vrajfcontmued until 5 o'clock, 2 splendid prizes of $50,000 each,amounting be forever barred. V rs _, Jose, AshkyV field;- thence- ;.' V tba4 tb.i dslat desa4i against ,*id Es-

when the Senata receded from its amendment $100,000! V SUSANNAH HARTLEY, King's Rood North-westerly, seventy adrer -tate will be forerewred asked exUMie*wAmy.

proving the Go 4 splendid prizes of $25,000 each, amounting Jan. ll -St. V Administ rat rix.A and thirty<30)links;to ayine tree this n tWO 70nZ$froiAt.; sa1 oaaol.SoV *.
altogether, for temporary v- to $100,000 V cross(X:) standing at the head of a to reeefre V .*t.the SL1SP osr

of CaJJuprnia rote of 38 to 10 branch or stream it follows until it. anroant preae te4 to ra.y,
roment by a my
8 prizes of 812, 00. amounting to ,$100,000! a term of the Circuit Court of the Eastern'' .River St. John;-thefaeo.. ; '?, r" \ewuamyUlj .ttebn.cntr'nbtfa. t

and sent the; bifi to the House, who concurred 20 prizes of $5,000, amounting $100,000 Circuit of Florida, held at the CourtHousein wardly along the shore jof,.said f '% 1Lt V1Jo rwiTrJcce V

and the1 MS Iwkfl finally passed. Jacksonville,for the County of Duval,on Wednesday Hickory)tree, the' point of, V *
,the 22d the year survey .fifty .
njT'E respectfully request attention of the ** r
The Senate Aea,took up the House bill V 7 ,public to the annexed magnificent scheme our Lord one thousand eight hundred and(forty- more V rlcss f, ; iitj-," Taylor.1 LIBCITT Bur.. Griuabtx ooonty.v'"t .
laws which offer" it to be eight::Present-the Honorable .George S. Haw For.particulars, terms &c. apply; *; ..J11
to extend the revenue of the United we believing the best arranged kins, Ju&Ic. -C.V w.bqw21cu : ss*1V
and most magnificent Lottery drawn. V f
"States over California, which was passed; 75 number Lottery. 15 drawn ballots.ever Eliza E,01opton, ?, In acery: 'B111 for Di- &pL2k V -r i:,. of Pro-

sand a message vyas received from the President numbers.Each package of 25 UckeU trill J>avc 15 drawn ISrtflQOPtOflS, U. vefcc'' -K;'I. : *t V,4 V j t V snle1. tf i ___" V

at a quarterr.before seven, that he had A package of 23 tickets IT appearing to the satisfaction.of.the-Court : ;. fiV ; ... NVILbu hi..t* moist prhm1k ($
can drar 250OU uoTIart. V U ; hat the defendant this cause resides out of the .1. of Lb. Wkh,2., 1Mahm .. t.this
signed bothjbmi-; !| The bill to establish a .Tho lowest throe number prize is 1,530 dollars. I State :?f Floridaxand beyond the jurisdiction of 4lilaI. fVfl of the thtnd 1heyhafptsctisosb., ses.fa4
The 1st
Home Der&itmtti has also become a law, dollars. and 2d drawn numbers entitled to V 1,000 this Conrt, TLc7fore, pn motion 'of James \V.' -tmS. ABTCRICAH,, wll e p: imtiou on lb. OOatI7 merchantwiIhqot sq V
V V Bryant Soiidior; fa "aid complainant, ;tMV. V V: f Umtdet.d. 'fl4nei.era brtke $ p4pV
with numerous others. by This the State scheme has been examined and approved IT w OSDEBED, That e isl du 'daol.appear A WHIC JOURNAL, DEVOTED TO i* Nessoa dome,and the PE TEA CCMEAY< .i. V
Lottery and will be of which
th ercifed debates the last and answer said bill eompUiut of said co1IWL- the bonotfit1a1nctious. 'he rsss Ll !*
During night, drawn in Baltimore city April 23,. 1819. LITERATURE :
; to raise the bsnneJtuform
ant within three months. < V I ra wbki$
Ac Senate ivai.;disgraced (we believe for Brilliant Schemes IT w rniTHEE OSDERED, That a copy of.tin Jpruc* D. J1*- lpl'Jr, Editor f abont one nribed lb.sample i4'.1, *j4; ciAteevuhtlhu
the first time) jby a personal rencontre,.in I prize of $100,000 is $100,000 Order[ ,. duly certified by the Clerk of this Court, V A l t nee, In the ?afltIenl met htmatbeea A
50,000 be published in some newspaper V printed in the'Eastern of the lion*. Daniel Dfr for V ttw
which blows 'rexchanged between two 50,000 are 100,000 Circuit of Florida once a week consecu Let ( *$&
,C&ri COU.IIerIVO ererywhere* wbat'we
of its membersf of lively for three months. Fthe original Prospectus of ''" "*" """* V
tote Mississippi, and 1 25:000I : have.done. & ,
1, OSCAR HART, Clerk of said Court, do issued at Washington by, 1. \VeWbve V
Cameron of Pei iwtlvania. A similar scene 25.000 hereby certify the above tot be a correct copy of its former proprietor and Editor, a lied V
are 1 .of- edlevMidMUiqmbetevj "rI
of rowdeyism'sas'enacted' in the House between 1 a 25,000 in Order mode and entered or record iu said entitled leading Whijj Members of the : deed 2. We hare drirdftut of the MzsLs
1 25,000 came,the date first above mentioned. Congress (134.subscribed their amount of
tta4ij a1otr.esJ betta eIa
Johnson ifAfikansas. and Ficklin of 1 41 12,500' Ix WITNESS WHEUEOP, I hereunto ; following resolution 9 : > teas than baa ys4 f Jeene U. a Iapartaaa.f ks aCt

Illinois. Inilb. siJahe'r blood flowed copious 1 [&.at.] set my baud and aBLx the seal of: "Earnestly approving the plan _of V V Oft seoaets- oaf lat foriSeirqwtt sa.ithn

12,500 said Court. V tional organ, lonjj'need d and of heir friend),the tt* ualitiee they taa .$ad -
ly. Both tkes< :raflairs were finally settled ,1 M 12,500 OSCAR HART, Clerk. tancc, the 'undersigned agree to '' where elje' "r i4 j.V VV" : drss'

Amicably. I F/ I V 12,500 Doc. 14Sw.AL.CHV. pages, from time to time, such 1 : 3. We hare ri.14'4d 1 prices more thntSpv
J. 1 12,500 are 100,000 may,be necessary to set forth and 2 cent both in 11akJ: Gi e.'Uaa. The whois-
A slight cb lindni took place ( the trines held by the nnited .Whig(
says I 12,500 COTJSTT TAX COLLECTOR'S iale grocers ty'iei I $rainiegtb.tra4ind.afl ;
f the'Richmond SALE. Union. Signed by Geo. P. i8 V u hnmbng This w *aye done a1e4dyjia4neir
correspondent Times) between I .
12,500 Barnard J. MePhenon Berrien J.
virtue of in law ; see what we are read ft a do s. V
authority me"by vested I ge'eeIi
Messrs.}IcaJe and Giddings, in which 1 12,500 BY expose for sole before the court house, i:.Joy Morris; T. Ll Clingnan, -," 1. Wevill lu* bytIz&.dng. ebost.MW

the former seized.Giddings by the throat! for 20 5,000 are 100,000 door in the town of Newnauaville, Aloehua county Fish R. C., 3.Wintbrop P.-Kennedy, Thos., 'J.Butler V Couamerj cheat, er 14 b.bzj4Lbesameprke| that wholeW -,
40 4,000 are 160,000 on Monday the 4th day of Jane, 1849,so much ; '
bucrca cher Rufus Cb ate Alexander H.- '
in his ,
-some language hearing. They of the interest.of the I
following named in
40 3,000 are 120.000 persons By an agreement with the present 2;Th gfl1ify : f 4 '
Arredoado in said ;
immediately i-separated and the grant county as may
were occurrence 40 Mr. Barnard' continue his
2,000 arc 80,000 The. tare to tb. batidssL TkuUaeioiit'We.
necessary to pay the taxes due for the ISIS,
did not attract general attention. and the with the Review as an adviser and will aflow1 In 13 wbd 16 Jbt Ujre'l
300{ \ 1,530 are 474,000 expenses attendant upon said sale, viz: butor. ,
drawnNos. $o much ot the interest of Bloodgood & Tiliston j on the same. V V V '
EolSBLTtGH ;LY5DOX QrjLBTERLT RK- 60 1st and 2d 1,000 arc )000 as will pay thirty-seven dollars and seventy cents An engraved portrait of onie di : 3. We berobYWc1h tofl thp kin&sf
Sot ; os. md expcnses-alioso much of the interest of Jesse son will be found in every number of tea from sir to twdr.stsporponad duaftr tttaaLI
We are'jfri&fbted to La3nard &
'wiivrs.- CO 3d and 4th, 750 are 45,0110 LX-lano, as will two dollars and These win usually be portraits; of rkoemIe LTecesG air* .
'Co.,73 Fnltou-et t,Ke* York, tot the January '5th and 6th iolf pay a Statesmen, and whenever thatis : V ydii 4lst"ub thieo it V'a
cents and also
1' rim are expense*- so much of the interest .-.
tfanctiri The 7th and 8th W'VWV9thandl0th accompanied with an' authentic thantThis'is.usver Wa ape content with
numbers of these. reprints. contents of the heirs of William Taylor, as will pay '**' of .
of the Edinburgh, tthough more elaborate in'tiUles 120: are 43,000 seventeen dollars, -ninety-eight and three-fourth person represented. ,--Oa- t per cent,proflt Ktkdof andao yet SSrV1
i llth & 12th cents and expenscs-also so much of the in.terest The first objects of the Review are b wholesale --'
are comprised ie the following general haads: .", C 12th & 13th m of the J cw York Association; represented by- litical: it is designed .to set forth I prepa' An Ento

The French BciwliejAjiej; Tae Progress of Mechanical 114th & 15th are 36,000 William Thorn, as will pay tw nty.-nre dollars,' priNcipfc,tbe measures,and the men ild wile more mtoey by sending ted tens to
Invention; aC| :>mmntary npoa "Charles 5,820 any 2 drawn Nos. 2002G.550 are iiwoor brty-vight and cue-fourth cents and expenses- Whig Party of the Union.::.It has i tIts New York marfc* than good tea*. We are
any 1 drawn No. 10J are 2,655,000 also, so much of the intcrcst-of Noah Jarru of just reproach to that Party1; that, 'HoUenl resolved to tftertkrt J IbM tnmt and ew lk
Vernon, a Tale of Januica, 'which is finely as will pay four dollars and seventy cents and braces in great part the intelligence ups agents in erewf feiwti in the United States toe

"illustrated the effects of srrncry in works of fiction. 33,305 prizes amounting to the sum of 9-5,402,000 expenses-also, rn much of the interest of Israel of the country, it has had no Ji- m*forward and; Wtho Zest pote&bytb.J

Ja applying titafiffrtt! of plot aal character; Whole tickets 100, Halves $50, Quarters $25, I'oote as- will pay six -dollars ninety-time organ devoted to the expr sion and o hereto Ptkin 7>aCoMnM>-faad we pe4 smislune,
Eighths $12.50.A and one-fourth cents and expenses-also, go much opinions and ..measures. The and mm- tht If ta'six wo .lfeey-do net ml
The Diplomacy of Lfniis,XIV.Mid William III.; American Review hare done what in than the oldest deafen.b the town
of 23 wholes of the interest-of Jerome Johnson as will pay thirty ktrpat ,
'The ef tx4r and Mr. Shore an admirable package will cost 2,500 dollar, this V T wiB eire them tf ten wkhont
Bishop ; one dollars, feventy-two cents and, remove reproach by securing we eharj
and must the least expenses-
at draw 1,500 dollars. The rink
critique ,a jMfj. Semble's Saions in Eng therefore,on a package is 1,000 dollars. aim, so much t>f the interest vf Moses E. Levy as Loin sources of undoubted ability I. U plaia fcajrjub *4 itanaot be seIersked 4-
will pay one hundred and- twenty-wren dollars,'I is thoir intention, if posgiible;that no We ppaallbrUst! $W jV, the
land; The Punjab; RriioT of Irish Distress; Lord We will sell a certificate'of- package of tweuty-fleven und one-half cents and expenses;also Nation 3hall want eith&Argumenta P'V P'V it bfour AjenU i e ety part of the United 9 LaM.tb. .
Melbourne. j- 23 wholes, $1,000 Authorities to
i so' much of the interestof Lewis, as iupport1iisoptoions. -
The LsMdon.Q'i'ifffrl'li opens with-The Lin- Jo. do. do.' 25 halves, SW will pay one dollar, thirty-eight and one-naif The literary t

lon and Northwest rj Railway; Baron Wesien- Do. 'do. do. 25 quarter., V 250 cents nfl expenses; also, so much of the interest agree in spirit with the political..*; *a make money, confer *> .aofien she
Do. do. do. 23 123 In trao-
eighthi there is and
TherDnke V of-John H.-Lewis, as will pay three hundred be'.ieretuat learning ; I by izticI
SourtnJn'at :
berg's Vnsees; of Argyle In this magnificent Lottery there arc but 2,701 and forty dollar and fifteen cents and expen enough in'this coontrY ,to mtain world- psibbe 1aM'3et'V

.on Presbytery "Win fa 'and its Remains;Vanity I packAges, and, as there are 455 threenumberprizes ses-also, so mncli of the interest of Frederick V to the full.. .- ; : rf.'i, > '" -f1iiiI

Fair-and Jam,fen Austria,and Germany; Italia in the scheme, there arc but six chances to Vfarquand as will pay sixteen V dollars; ninety- The Foreign JIucellany of eacn lasses Us
iSMic Instruction in France one of a package drawing a Capital Prize, and a three 'three-fourth cents and expenses : also, as authentic as the best foreign worlJ 1., o sLn ATVIIdu11 tu1 0J' tiPEK1
Intervention; package may draw 230,000 Dollars. %much of the interest of Alexander M.- Muir as it, and may be referred.back t to >as '" '.
trader M. GniiJtjt pOletetgh Papers rill fifteen dollars Chronicle otthetirnes.V, ;: h-If
09 All orders for tickets, shares, or packages, pay thirty-eight- three- 4, ;
TbeM work eaa M9 direct by mail from the will meet with the most prompt attention, and all onrth cents and expenses; aLso, so much of the i .Tenn .-5 00 a year. Payment !! it i13sad ., $ *

publUheM, or fjopt I thir gent W. \Villiam4, communications are strictly confidential. interest of Mordecia Myers as will pay eight dol- for in advance,or early in the jreai f I V t.wtofVV_ ;lMV
Address O. PAINE & CO., Jars fire and one-fourth cents,and expenses; also,, hE teiU iS Ut
iSavannoh. Three Bfcilars per annum. Manager Baltimore MJ. no ranch of the interest of the heirs of I'eteiMitch. done ap ut.q1iaea.1.) half a. 1

4Tkt 3latls. March 1 el 03 will pay one hundred and twelve dollars, six TJie..largest,;i est, and. without I vomid poekages!! &AV5.; )
-tAp28. and one-fourth cents and expenses; abo, so much [ I lead.tbeo.d rd

Lcavs'Saturday Savinb every Tuesday and of the interest of Robert Mitchelas will paytwenty- DICTION V-t ., -:-"A'R.., j j v oc jsutside wnMer ,Coideao rice paper. 1
atl 5'AI. V Notice. fire dollars, thirty-four and three-fourth cents, in the English Language v> La, i. : Company sell node gOPD TEASdonp
Arrive aLi3t *next Monday and Thursday months after date we will apply to the and .expenses ; also, so much of the interest of t issnperior maaa ,!*!! of shegrowe1tts.:
SIX of Probate of Xassan county for a final Mordeca Noah as will pay five dollars', ten 'and V WEBSTPJ.t'S,' most luxvriant distrwij; of China. '.CCJh CoVntrV
by 12 Jl : icquittance on the Estate of James dec'd, ene-halfcentsancl expenses; alse so much of the ,: whik be. dealers may select- *s !*niaB a oantity:.l'eaeh
Leave PiWkk eV'cry Monday and Thursday late of said county. interest of Ichabod Prall, as will pay eight dollars etireiFark, Viuibridytd,in 1 t>oL feeling,V Mad as they rajiaare them packed isi'ems**

at 4 P. tySarfiU'icolata: at 8 P, M. FELIX GUIGER. Adrnr.V and fifty cents;and expenses ; aim,so-much of the tff 1452 pp- with Portrait ef the tie eket.V These tey<..atoborne=TI In five iieau* paeka
Leave Garytk Fjsrry Tuesday and SAPPrAditfJE.. interest of Aaron Peck u will pay threedollars, by Professor Goodrich;of Yak ;while g.e aVlled? a ter ne.vIentf.
every V forty and three-fourth cents, and expenses; also, "The COMPLETE *ccijt-.arg ; cifafnd eT h4w1j
Friday at 7 AJ Mi Wnd Jacksonville at 12 M. Feb.8-6m. so much of.the interest of.Cynu Perkins as willpay jaaue Dietionary tf theiaisguage," i /. X VXWU* V 4III11nanY) past W* tMHW l ffHshlstf

Arrive at Sa'vaqttfth next days, by 12 P. M. four'dollar,seven andone-halfcents. and expenses testimony given to this work by it is.yet States, er OutaJajl'mi* oricraay ef the teas in
Administrator's Notice. ; also, so much of tho interest of B.A.Fut of Colleges and,other distinguished es inj this catalogue,by k4 a.in qnaaLtie.to suit theif.

Parrish, sentenced to JOT1CE is hereby given, that, after the ex.piration nam as will pay. four dollars, twenty-three and throughout the country, 4, wishes. We pack iSbtW in Chinese boxe7 <0 F
fire years imjnaoin Lent in the jail at Raleghty ..L of eix months from this date, I shall .hree-fourth cents, and expenses ;,auo.- so much .Containing'fkree time the amount ::V deliver them to rVie 'forwanlinJ Aferehaat'fn
of thi interest of Rogers & Price as will pay fire any other"English Dictionary' from charge for pikiM "r cartoce.. The nwA
the U. S. pre it Court, for robbing the : apIy Juval to.the Judge of ther court of Probates for dollars, ten and three-fourth cents, and expenses country, or any Abridgment of this .V sha ahrays e$OIMM**the erdert*****W"''iCJHI \KV
to be from
mail, has beetgpatnltmed by the President. county of the Entate'of discharged John B. Christopher my'adminstratorship -, ; ..also so much of the interest of John Nijayne -> "Its definitions are models of ; rich and L.TEAS. *** V
LEWIS CHR1STOPIUTR as will pay two dollars, thirty and one-half purity. The most complete work of ; of'the
OJIIQ Srw44Fbe new Senator from Adm'r the Estate of John B..Christopher,dee'd., cents, and expenses; also,so much of the interest any nation anj boast V oL"-Hj*, V Young Hjrtadj godt i &*i &JXtf lSfrr
of John M. Seaman as.will pay four dollars and Calhoun ft> ,7 &.: it -A sw.eii
Ohio S. P. Ca elected r ? 'iiV 8wfiaal
pJ| a-as by n unonof TALBOT ISLAND, February 8, lS19.-6in seventy cents and expense; also,so much of the "We rejoice that it bids fair to is an
the Locotoco !:*md Abolitionists.] The interest'of John K.Townsend as will pay:two dard Dictionary be. used .by the ; are ra- 'I o, -*?<* r l

lVhigs voted:for Thomas Ewing. Administrators Notice. dollars and thirty cents and expenses. ;, I lions people who e re.to:jnhabit the Anerir V4;. tj. ,,*traJft; ,.1J wif SZVtIi

"_l-4; ,JOELB., SMITH,; :-SisHed by 1M member of Conrus. the .,I:4V: .- ,,
A WasbmT on Jciter of the 22d nit. says: fTVII* snlxiCTiber bavin qualified as one of the V Tax Assessor and Collector .Published by G.; & ta- Siler Leiiee1J eves'bhsgdsshei,

"The Chanel]$; Smithsonian'' Institute JL administrators on the Estate 'of Obadiah V .' forthecountyofAiacbus. V Notice* beeai oftIi eflII3i pcelts mAle...k..shntThltiz
Congar, late of Jackeonville, Dnval county, de December 7-Us. ? V V V V : cirenU- I *
(Vice.pjr isiJfe tnanaa.).invested'to-day ceased. notice i is hereby given to all persons ,inlebted V V .vNo. 122 Nassau street, New York, >-ifi GoIden.4cbeapiriCiVJlytVJ I'ts.atathc .or'sG* .

ihe funds of hej'iftstitution, amounting .to to said Estate; to come forward and make A T a terar of the Circuit Court of the Eastern Prices. >, c.t!> -/ Growth1 81 4 i VV145Gtt

'$228,000,liitock. ie& States six per .cent.r immediate payment; and ,to all" -.persons baring ,.tLCircuit of Florida, held at JacVsonvillc,for i -'August iSIS.s t> :6m3it Septiw' ? : enee'jp1nIUyatedla

The' ) $ crff 'of the Institute are demands'against 'said'. Estate, to ,present them The county o Duvol,VeAaea3ij, the 22d day ,and tai Cbfe4Wis'cfthe 'SrtSkIIg*
wiLbin-.the legal term, -or they will be'forever nwedJ
only permittei to. Jpepd the interest which barred. V V GEOI; C. FLEMING, VV of November,in.the,Jear of our Lord one thou fljV and ez4eli.1 t1tt trnTeSir1WdehIser7 01dsv
hundred Present :i ? t
lei'TTie untouched.pamlle Joint sand eight and=forty-eight; :} ? z, ___
'jflie capital MininIstrator V
armies, the honorable.Georgo Hawkina,Judge, '., Ji plee neYc
Prince Je ,jointly with his wife, Wlutesrille, Black Creek, E. F. V 'x }( 1usiirPtsntiL ti r.V& .Vie5't iii$
made a secon; iar tment lo- ay,1 of$20,000 .Feb. 'i- 'V Jf VV -' V V Caroline V vs.r F.Smith V ?Iii'V'thaiirj-Bm_'fort. DV V) V .; ,V.., VVjV ; : _Vt1135cn11 V
V YOC!. V V : gnrt very bereh''iAst
tin. .-United'4/ it St1i'ck't 'N tice.I Philip B. Smith.'JT ) V V f Uba,
r'TtIE44 : to the stitisfootimi of the Court
appearing .
b Zt ; track1
F not disposed of by V V V (
previously private Contract .
that the defendant in this cause resides out of the '' ,.m .
the undersigned will offer tior V sale at a V V appe; '.sZ4uzt.tsr
tr' tn 'exhibited in State of Florida and'beyond the-jurisdiction of .
St. ,
are ill$ : Lpnen public auction, to be.held in Jacksonville, on the Proc1atIO* are aT1tIpcTi&

s.he'ar, hr( of llr,Benj;,Ross, irrt Monday in 3Ioreh following, her negro slave this'court, .therefore solicitor;for onmotion-of said complainant-J&mrsW; V Gacerjnorpf.florida, : that ;
Bryant,Esq; V
Texas county ,i and were .born on Liddy. tilee has been accustomed to-act as cook, :It it Ordered, That said'defendant appear and 0.1 : itj, V Oidy'd, _
;the'I6th Deib1847; ." They are eon- lie.- MARY CONGAR, V 4 answer mid bill of complaint said complainant HERE A it has been made : to
Per GEO. C. Fuutiso.Feb. V the sheriff of AUehna aper
V by .' t1U4wV
bone and abdomen Withinthremonthsitfttrther :- ,.y' V
.jist ; sunli
tds. Htate-that Willianf'Hf Watson -
1 >
T* / Ordered That of this Or ; *. tJV,4.
a .
tincasure 20 i sV *- i height, and.weigh 20 V copy niis. ,
V VV der, duly certified by the cterk of this court, bembfiehed Block,who imprisoned ; .4 y n sB. 1-s
po n Tbia nftaectioo is each that they Proclamation in some newepapcr in' the Eastern Cir- murder of William Gibbons, late of : & ;4 "
". tand faceto ftfl icafl*' oatedkrer who cult of Florida once n week eonieentiTcly-forthtee had. ,escaped! _-fro'm eastody"BJid'iai' a -hjlcwrf tft- e''M V $) e-la.jiaiI
halii ** rti H VV .,, louccr- ? r- Ji dI.- J5V5rj4b'
$pe black! kTciln'all: oth renpeds per months it* &< that I WitxAat-n1 knewi
t Now know ,
'CIrk'ifu.Id Veo.Idohereby
,feet la loan a MtureL-Miuouri. States- UI daU>c 0 V .d s.ise
certify the above to be a correct copy from suberit. ttii laTi *sJVariiuieina4
a. HJi.: :: the4 Record*of said court of the -Order nude and vested In ju by.law, V
Taco J1uflrd'Dliltai-I'1orthe '
entered of record inlaid entitled cause at thedate
Ai Ow, iKr fWThere is att Church Bret above mentioned.iwitne said fugitive*and biftdelivery to the ; :ei pab
11U1Md. 'which -was 'whetcofi LVV 1venito'setSatz. nhcriff of cither Dura} or Uachua : a V

built '126 cupi d severa1 ( ..] my hand and affix tbeaoaZef said ? 3Vt
BrtHI OOTESXOK'OP THTTHEREABflt'ls'fequ'ired O11Z.OIIDA. V lCourt. OSCAR. HART;: A/mmvn ttm
yean in its.erf has two'pulpits ;facing tnat'an 1I3l4.m: : ='s '':->. V t Clerk*. James Black, is abont five-feet, eight V
each other' ll&r .from the V. bat built erect
i ![ /Jnatenally election be held in this State oa .theJ first slender, we.tt ,very *
elaboratefinfsH ittlHirches the'present Monday'Jn- May next,torn Register of Pnblia 'i- '' tgAdmIuIi.tzto-'s iVotlec.V ion,black hair,tblttiah, grcv.. eyes H snffioe.' 4 'N.PLvUiAI4sTblg4S.,1.; (Is I.1a

,da 7.. ;'Pi't ? g L Lndijo bold until the first Monday of October.1S50 3 J': V ; : :: .; V and SO years of ago,Md tiM tne, pew a V Vrapst-.idstsfl yiebpIrf.M ViatM
.E 1'kf r' - also for the sever4counties shot wound OXkhtS left shoulder,?; ; ; : ,' askI ft le11gktfuIo 4fr.fd..grW4Ilsriort.
Judges for thtf estate
; of'Probate persons boring claims against Girenander bana n4th9'jjreat : S New .
.. ; ,to hold till the first Monday of October, ALL & & tou, of aekstmrille, Dnralcouutyi my ( nn7thhatb. ,
4.z 1851 and forJosticos 'of Peace for each dis- 'herebir notified itateattbe CapitoL' n- tid coun. $11
& ; .tho Florida',leceawd'are to fithaofJanuaJiA.D.1! -. :
( SIr t India the wveral counties, to bold for two years, present them9withinthe' tireS eiectZ1edby law; or d0-- ItaLfs&irar3 id
tEiEY V(oQof sold officers,to"continue in office till,their Uterwise[ they will be excluded:""; !: Vs 'l ", V& v"j : .. 1-3
-. WESTr, succession shall be elected and cjiIifedIEUBT'OaLOnRED.Tht )- Adnt'i'.. send t.s.VP4k1sT.rr.oI4a4
:rnuE bj.t hIItS .fte IT is ) the said election'be T'fiocmbcrH Iff -"' ,* ": '.r'5 ByVtheovemar1. t of the ..4 1v-v
.L.wIl a es Lb. Xb of this montbrp.izyat beLJ:throughout, the tkte'ne, ordingto law,1 **J i*ifi- -' i-ii 'i i '1 "3( ft1? *"* ( f4WZtt., cduge1.$ Ic *
and the officers whose duty it Is to order said eleiU6ns January11J-4t+ month J-4wos *
win take notice hereof.'* 4 a T A f M1NIS T1LAafter T O R'8 NOTICli-r x; : V '."VtI JIV3
:i- _----1 Witness my bond and the great seal of the State] j months date I shall apply to the Honorable -; r i. ,,., ..&*' gt.h fIV1 w
'' gren at the CaiiitoU tUs20ta day of Jon' the Judge Probates of the County of.Nas- Baldes 44

is a'>tandidate [asLJ uacyA. D..184 ,and of Lb.lndepednci San for a final diseharge from my adminutration" fl. ;' la 'ARE:SOLD VT several
On th "E tote of John Diron eowued-.it 4w ,,. V and *send
1pfi1e. f e.ii. of rnbOe"Lands f'' nJV ,fth.1Jaik4StaLeath.fld,7eac. tVV sJrr j>nv4f< i-i 4 tfl
.win le jopported by the WM. MELEY. oversor :JAMES, GBSJE#,Administrator VV flruce. XsX.rk r1'e

1 -- .? Attests; 4 r ..., .. .December> 14rrCni'a i J -'. ..f ,'"- .'. >.. .-. .' 'J* r! A T the following veryJow.prieei, "1Sf
cA.E. MAXWTIX, Btotei, ,;" I .L.six; UfUnIb'DOLE$Sr04 1 &1'Jr!eM Il.stai.J4 :heI
: quzi January 23,1SW.-2m. V iN TIIB'CIRCVITCORT, V ,,. .* r44':4 _
LMIO 'SJoi j Pieii t.IP et Ibi SO eUVPk 's3fae-
*si.1Ma7 .
: t* ; V : V .t.r: i. : aait gifI
cuon1a lliflei! LsPrlmer3l I fb t&e*ksI 1$

WiWsmAeJaiirT 4 L IOItflOot Uflasmed
Dezt. ; fllHG', subscriber, .dwirons ?of: changing the ""A'daOnstrator- &ef VV j I *W\ffWjllbjm'AJke w 33vier.4s'V H| t 2f *i* and

-. .., 4-+ !;!. .. --. rdf -. ; -Ju. Ploogh for Mtbe tpade j.adjlocker,"Coffers ,rrf4ecdJl ;/ 'Ca ary.'Ja. MJOVV sPtr UVO4 W -it tv a.psy4tflP4JV1d
; ; = for sai his valuable plantaUon known M IJE 5JjnneO." 4i'.4t **Nit--* Nospattal g..eJtqe

VBQUHARBTo VIftnae 2tzt*t.Y4aYdesrVwN4: *J*? .

Jifen'oi fanJtidaUt'for IjfSJfcWl >TT T-WV *7OJWMWyBenJamia V ,*-- ***- jo jir****!** .
Probate at tbe.eleetten toFeb. Dt Herriot, ?* 4 oh.JType*a ;
On t1se 81.3obioi.Eai F1QTII 2D ? .. #! rgetdIIe4' jja
15.f Mile.from .lackaonirille, eonta.lnbsg bye4lmate-. Henry D.tMmdeon -?- ., 4 VtwW(tePi oner Vents re *
t1i4Ing.nii ealUbl.inarsha rUonofwhict VT bavhl*been made toI. ..iiby the pas.tbyha

i* a1ren4 rsd&ime4aont., },XXvacrca./tTbe ., tisttUWbunen dneae rloes SN ID ao.kgauce bigh than
tt1ea s ialLbyao4 syn 10 narlgatiod;' :snt that afl the ft15f V1wftbou !rbeae ;

*dapt.4 IdS UltflT of 8es the limits ortbl* w maaufat* arsoh reduodd hr1'V
non,Tc riagM Thsgi.een.; 8tateiof re&4ibernl 4iauonn$
M4d.s>twe-rtory dwelling; ottoii rtubQaae,64* this Court in4tUjwotIisiiO l* date sf th. t.voIosi notlcli'

35 foci 914 itosy.wth.t Ana f.coiUm gins ant's 8OUC1sT hz QO5JJ..VTbtndsstt ..1sra,.GMasw CsWoo4 ..._ .
it0 beI4.QtbcMF and gear. MDplet 'nCjTOboU1Id $54 esab ( $o
4a7 V nmning ; ;ap4 .. 51r"tbia ;;; ; *
-- s p. other necessary buy dings n arlyan newj S or WO tieII '.V .

cleared,together* 4-with stock of horsea. moles f _


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T1i1 LU1DiPUBL1CAN ) ,'T&zu- Azn4MA'*".A -" L.JMPTjT-WC,91flMC1t- trnt -T-----'r t nclnild to reduce oi. terms toelnbs, as followwt i. 2bt *.--.T rtfIkiDar8 a year, prthree: copies forvt.r r ..iiOnagfJfhri) to afthetThite4ates. EXPENSES"AT.'_ oARL'YSwi4G:

: rrcat work to omreaders/-Lei I4 1!) ..JVOP1ESt- -, $SO0'Ir'ant! dollar*;invatinbly in jtdvnnc .;,*U .ji: e* *rfvi All loiters must, be oddrewerf,' post paid, 'to ,Jr, -A sci L. -t-
; : the sand Itwr' I 's. r ffi j-u '! i The HOME Jow4t.ldecnt by,m$3:t*;; H part* MeauriccatCEox, New J'ork .Cit/lttbHsh- DoandIn'tbbbetfam' permotbi

3MvIfle, Dnvil4. ty, E, fort-and eneursihIm e enr opy 14,We t -"1 13 '" :, ll5 00s of the United States,,the,British Province Hud to ing Office,.129 LiberJ j ,trvet, ;Neif,Yorfc ,? from -; w
Tuition, for etk *li& r i- -bsiou
c 'sAuan in with theut-
: : Europe dono s&rongiwrappers ;
r ,- up -
; athbegscytoh1s. 4 -
qIdren., 'i'.If
1 w; 1o Agent or getter np of-the club. most punctuality and despatch;, -5" .< : oUc lSWiyfteVCoinimend' Syrtip of i-rA '
Tn 8ovmiyI3rrt-The.whole) gettingttbirwork -
: 1
the Post remittances --and all ::t ed4pe1Thts,
communications -
Tbr4C Cop1s tgr4y Evenhig Subscriptions,orders, '1 l WILThCflE1tRYcstabllehed la 1835 by : :
44 iaastj-le credUnblelq
; OraIian'a Go4y'sLa4iy't must addressed ( ) to the '
-oMe.o'etber Magazine or postpaid .- : -
: be firm that publishes U. In the prcpnfation of 'act of Congress. : AT 1IEIClDGIYrr"
,. Ilaok for six dollara ;; Editors, GEO P.MORRISi, EXPENSES
Ad.eiieidiwtII lie foswted af the .Bowing, his work Mr/Benedict has made a most valuably Fici Code& of the Saturdayvening Post,-and ,Ni P. WILLIS. ., The roost eff tontribntion book for of the above diseases .
toi i .Baptist i literature. .-UU any u
rates i Tie Dollar V*? pthf.Brst < twehre UACf> for should find'a place in every' iutelllgeut.family of Twt dy'sflookrteudollars.oltber Crabom'e Magatini: ." :Y"or G d's";I 4-La- : ,10Z..Fnlt3n-stweU ,, DOCTO1LSWAYNE'S: $b; 0oiii
s4 SeTeuty.F1tntl for every w bseivertlsersIa our denomination. %t; (f .- Three of the Saturday.Evening-Post J
: Cope* ; C nijsleiefllgcit o'cdkirorxb 5TtITOpWILD CBZEBT- ttt per sea.dw 13 o4
qmnt iuertioB.To $ liberal ]TH CnRtSTt?( 'REiuwkThere I Bo other and TJVQ of the Ladies Garland, for five dollars. 1
Thin shoes wet feet cold iwg1ce1e1'' fl .Spenini
slight ,
ft ft
'f. t Art1ae- single work* which even mpprwiehe*,In eomplet Six Copies of the Saturday' Evenhig'Post, and or "ALL THE AMERICAN RKPORT9 TO JANUARY, cough-consumption; of.theluti.i !-VetttU 'How v lOgher.br&teaetf oflagfli.12'
ness and comprehensiveness of design, Ilenedict'sHistoryofthellaptists ;wo of the Fountain, (containing 252 pages oforig- \ ;i847; .
the how raenee' ; ,These Khool* are 1ft e1e'2Oet1OO4AktSI. .
direfulthe eone
: h ini a nraalBg account "" trifling cause
; neets fVrions
(except by : .: -*% .VWhat.dayr / mat letttr presg" ami 8 of Sartain'a. Magazi engravings f Ittfe,-& BrotvH- respectfully ni-k'the 'ftttenJLl Be 'wamed'in'tixnd.'' If-the -tyramir of *hionha llge1 and moral eonuMa&ies,, GaiO Uu e fa l *

((1 with UM office) nattl>e pretioui to publi 'nh ,) fourdollors., Lion of, tb0 Profcssion,to the United Statck *silenced the voice of prudence; if yon will not Northampton, N: C, Wtly'itho' 'Jt" t1ii'd'5tbWPortmneeth *

cation.PersoMa. nightswnut have been given to ) :-f4 PEfRIII'i&'Ofer Digest and; Supplement now just completed'to) take precautionary measure to.prevent diseases, eMfcAtRidgcwa \ 11sWd ,,

: ;Ht Distance 4oyernthe1rretnft.; edious,reading-Card study, to the collection of The premium offer made in the'last-prospectus 1847. This great work has been in the course of listen, at least, to the:dictates t>f reasonand becuredere
documents, the examination of dry details und ex- than twelveycarand it is too late; Attend-to cold at
for. slight
taaeet for advertising, l>y | m following rates: ,j tnsive correspondence, very? few,. sm fully under of the old firm, will be, adhered' "' to.* and continued. preparation the nnd Catalogue'of publication Volumes more of'Reports once; BUY a bottle of Doctor Swayne't Cothpottna I tbsIf
I \\'t fi One qaan twelve stand. It is probable'that the' next generation The offer is as foDowd t '* the wild Cherry it anil schools, and expect,,Jn cf wpauy jrit cw f tbr
9e442bliithedsiilnonthsfer digested, given below,.wilI give some Idea'or Syrup of- use thereby taip ft
The Post Office of towb in the Union from,
will feel more doeiily the'debt* of gratitude which ; nny Volume in thft bod and avoid long bf officers of the ColkgeJ toStUrnd 1& *hnittf*Jai ->
44jJg;>: E1000ti labor required its preparation. 1 was consumption year*
.? hey owe to"Mr< licnedict than does the present? which we shall receive the greatest number of subscribers edited by the Hon.: Ther -lletcnlf imd Hon. J. suffering, terminating too often only in too grave- intioTi.% grade:*UUt. liifrraU, :*a
ti Two t an/or/rix njo jlpj jt 'lfOQKi4Wil trim ThisS* BAPTIST. -The contenti'of between to the the Saturday IstltovembeT Evening 1847 Post,during the Int C.Perkins'and was published in 1SI1; Volumes Be not deceived by the too many spurious, worthless fled applicants to the dif%* t elaoe 4inCMlec

.. i *- radP44ttra,: ,19 OQ list ory as a whole are to us' a treasure,and as'' year November, 1848, (the tojbe, mailed, and to-the such 2 and'8 were editedy George-Ticknor CnrtisJ preparations of Wild Cherry,'ushered into notice without/iirrtfr eximiwoe. V1 '-v.

: Application fot Ifctterf| nlnistration,. '500forjof5t'i1 such we recommend it'loot hers., But for ourselves Port Office, or to subscribers papers through it,) shall bo Esq., and were published- 1846. These three by ignorant pretenders Jbat: see that the signature J'erwM feuding totk4; ijepuratary the Mbo Dravtanton I in -
wot' not'' without ho information 1838.The Dr. II. SWAYSBIS each bottle which scholarship, mnatseni'Li tie vicinity
Fuuuaneeaent 50(1( would be entitled to continuance of the whole number of volumes bring the Digest down to Supplement of on
arniabed In reference tx>Baptists the old world' ; the for in"two"-volumes, edited by George- P. is the only guarantee- against imposition.lAnothcir.nvaliareitared of College;tokM ifctee special srvapeazeat'is
gratuitously after
i ho aaaenccmnt wIU p unless the same ; one-year volume Health. aai 4e yfth the.ubscr1fr4. W1., A.-SXiTU.
rom' the fourteenth to the si'veuteenthcentur1eR, the expiration the for which their sub L'ntnamr Esq. completes the Digest of every >
!; !" W-actonmantod with'tho charged.Uoriaia ,alone,' fur the price of th6 whole work.- ''" ( : scriptions shall have been year paid. 'of American Common.Law- and Admiralty Read the most remarkable cure of consumption- TcT11E IPEOPLETHJ2 *T1IE 2OInl ;

tices rt'benet. will. bof -Tnit CHiti rtAilDkxr-4The; volume before us The papers will bo continued on, cither to the Reports in.the United States Courts and all the ever placed upon record* -

barged double the rate of 4tWug. Is in jUclf library, on ccclvsiastlcal history. Its subscribers themselves or to the agents through State Reports, from the earliest period to.1847. DB.J.SWATHK DKAR'Sres I feelH ft'debt of 4POUT1IWESE14i8TA
cal value we know nut how toctitnatoarfgbt.[ whom we.may receive,,the orders for quantities, An Annual'Supplement,-'edited by Mr. Putnam, gratitude due to you, and a duty to the afflicted

1 1.lIgoubItiaf aad'rrige notice, will Certain we are, ten eagles,,would, pot,bear away and to whom the package packages may bo directed and embracing,tim Chancery Reports from that generally, to offer my humble testimony in favor WESTERCON'IIN,
Z'ConinuwlcAUont 1ti from us our copy without'some assurance that we or to both, if there should bo both in the period, will hereafter be published. We'have in of your Compound Syrup of Wild 'Cherry. Some 41 Popular Southern Fa Uy Newspaper Jitte-' "

: S n jit would be able to replace it'''" -, samo town; ns tho case may boAtieiiyt ;, press[ also a complete American' "Chancery Digest three years since I was violently attacked with 1n.Fp4ii4WRdizi
LEWIS COLBY, 122'Aiwiati Strict, Pin. '* toIS17: in one volume. r : .! coldr and inflammation of the lungs, which was
L1MIEC / ifi'AdvaHres Of.the importance of this work, if well'done, accompanied with,a very distressing cough,,pain '- TEi5s :
Oct.l2lS. .tf Tho money for Clubs must be always sent In dvanec. nothing need be -said,'for it is obvious to every in the breast and head, a very considerable discharge -

Subscriptions maybo sent at our risk- awyer. The following letter from Professor Grecne offensive. mucus from the lungs, especially f
CixiID LIYZ-SftUS erpool Sal. THE ItAOIXSS* GAniaJTO AKD DOLLAR (when the sum is large, draft. should be procured f shows his opinion both of' the necessity of the upon chances of weather, however slight,f At r1J'1IE Wcsrua Cotxr Is a paeroCb

( Lberna.Cit. bnno$, ?p New York, MAGAZINE.TMIE If possiblo- hir- cost of which'may bo deducted Digest and the manner in which it baa been pre first 1 felt no'alarm'about'my condition, but was .L iarg VOM sue, Is-prle4e4 ongO. 'W y*T -"> > ft
May lL l 1 from the amount T Address. pared: convinced that I,was rapidly'going with fair type, ud>in ,alI4bOchaz4oritlce via,.

Xiagars, Cap Re, or1 piaton:* Sat. May 20. unilerilgncd having purchaied from ivfr} DEACON & PEARSON, --- r.- 7CAaIEuWa _, Jl/arci 41843.igest .- pretty into consumption'soon ; I-grew daily weaker,-and af popular family journal wiH&mpare I'aVoraMy with'
OS ChetrtKt Street best weeklies of the bavtoe ti
Philadelphia.Editors the edtwtry.It *
JLJ..V iressrs.Lrrrr.u & BRQWn: J have received ,awe to walk about
Uort 'Mltli: LADIES' your scarcely or speak
&n O.ttlt- length-was ,
Oca BT NAY. Co L i prew&re ,.
the above fair'abstract oft let ter ot the-merits of the '
', LAND, designs issuing it at the coinmejnientof copying or a *&jnesUng my opinion above a whisper, euch waJ the exceeding weakness
"w d SoutfcaWjihm. maintain clevaua stand-Td oCI4vary'excellence
> who will notice of the tiew firm and Jnited btates ) You will eeolleet that and an
the new volume January ISIS in ,improved or give enlarged soy- of my lungs. During this time I had tried
an -
Crabtr. York Sat itr rtiotentr vek anriwL(
Hermann VM'New / givingto
; Capt. style, And adding to it such newandatrsctite paper (we ask not that they shall be praised) cral years ago I strongly advised preparation various preparations prescriptions, but found
Mtv6. U In their editorial columns, shall -entitled to an of one General Digrtt of all the Judicial Vecitiantof relief aIl the time worse.' Just here character a* to interest aa#instruct fill xeiiMfe antiplease
features as shall to entitle it no -growing
servo to
JonJC ji For New York a all tastes/ Beside* b. earn-at fcwxfbeign *-*
pt-JofuM< high position the exchange. Such as are already entitled to an exchange the Unittd.Stata.tO the time of its.publication I[ was advised and persuaded by a dear friend in -
< among literary periodicals of the .
domestic. tkc oCithe Coattneatl
and *
Wat. 20. Adopts
? May Hjji'c lay- Possessing considerable for'the current year, shall receive the and a subsequent annual publication of all Wilmington to make trial of your Syrup of Wild
HerjiaRnvC*pt. Cr btree'f. f New York Tucs- ipmbimng with that experience experience extensive,facilities hanks of the new firm. the decisions m the preceding year,after the manner Cherry.; .I must'confess:that previously.'had -are supplied with | '' '
aEysu1le2G.; of Harrison's English Digest.'' I had long felt medicines 1 Tuleif Eaayi, 4SiedPOC5S ,
for.presenting to the public one of the best and bccn prejudiced against patent ,,and >
[In thi line the steamerr ttlye Bremen always Weeklies.Real's of such work had doubt of its from" of.'the ftblet&mter of the ..ossntr5and -
cheapest magazines iu the country,he is determined The best of tlie ho; wont a and no am still against those coming out of the hands of many ;
on the 15th, andtfeuthpi4On tbe,9Hk of the to the Profession, as it would far- the-, choicest,seloetkre-aad onginrUransl->
to. tax his exertions to the utmost in order to empirics, but understanding-yourt Iaimn to the
moBtb.rWhen the 20th falls n Sunday,.the day render the "GAHLASD" Gazette nigh a complete synopsis of the Common Law in profession and practice of medicine, and having thins from the literature o f nglawl, F/a.rce, aatf.Germany .
more worthy than of Saturday ,
fo >Uing from New York.wi||>e the,2lst. ever information of its / {y inu t -*
the liberal patronage it has already received, and NEW VOLUME. all the States, with annual pro implicit faith in the saying of my friends, { forth -1 -* *

Fijwn gain for it a wider and more enlarged sphere of gress and improvement,and would entirely super- with purchased Dr.haw, one of your agents, ?/3Jie fatten from Gean ft\ go SfatadnHttttf,
!4Unlied ; Liverpool... edc the of State besides relieving the
use Digests,
bottles and commenced its
usefulness. CONTAIXJXC SIORE OF LITERATURE AXD NEWS a few use.. My disease pronounced by AH.who haie read them, lie abtafcr
States,' CpU HaAZ For New!York, It will not bo expected that, in the limits of a ITS COTEMPORARIES Profession from the expense of many separate volumes was at this time of twenty or twenty-five months vindccations of.the'Souhiesu the slaniers sui'bebWofnortheruuieinn1ha
WdMayl7.44i'ij} >rier.Prospect us, he should go into an enlarged THAN. of Reports, and'the trouble-and delay in standing, and consequently was deeply seated. 1 $.ser ea-

1 Sarah Sand Copt. Thomp m ,; For .New York,. detail of the improvements intends to carry into STANDING UNRIVALLKD AS A PABXOR"COMPANION procuring them. found, however, considerable relief from the use nated from i the Pro-Sj.wiljtx! foQowfil bytb.i7
:rgtJune. '4' the publication of this excellent periodical : suffice AND FIKE-SIDE FRIEND. Your five volumes already published have fully of the first four or five, bottles. But being a public articles (he subject of i&r Federal:tttatitagnfinvolvodi
Sarah Sand/.pLThoopt a, For. New York; it to say, that whilst the, accomplished that design, in a manner, I believe, speaker, I frequently attempted preach with th*.crusade np < waging mgaliattim
M.n.Aug7. ; eal'z Gaxe< c now enters its third entirely satigfactiory. It is as trustworthy as any increasing strength,* and thereby ruptured
upon year; my
Thomi JJett Literary ami ArMfo Taint institutions of theSoutbtt ptates frvn (.5. *
Sarah Sands, Capt. &ft For New York: N"and its publishers have abundant reason to Digest I have had occasion to make iwo of, and those vessels that had already begun' to heal: in --,' _" -- : *fofdidtiaguuhcdSonthen'

TOcU 10. ,. UHKjUirRe4 a. the country will IKS engaged to add attraction congratulate themselves upon its brilliant success, will naturally find a place:tin' the library of every this way, doubtless, my cure was greatly retarded.In .
J .$.. Fw1lav'j to the pages of .'< THE LAOIE.S' OAKLAND," its triumphing: overall competition, and obtaining for careful lawyer. Nothing now remains but a table consequence of acting.thus imprudently I had JJithn'Newrpse

States Ctiiti H eKst fn For NewYorlr,- readers will be compelled to'admit that their iaroiUge heir cntcrpriso the reputation of bcing/frgf among of cases, which is much wanted, and the issue of to use twelve or fifteen bottles before I was perfectly justly classed among the n& i popular f hNtioMii

tt Moii."July 10.rf -'l-.i i*. : was never best owed on a more meritorious he family juiirnalt.' the supplement at the close of every year; in which' restored. I have no qucrf ion a much smaller of that able writer,,it given m entire, p avtfc,irnqn-
i. a n. t-1. jwblicatioo. In short, it is the proprietor's iutcn- It has often been remarked that the Gazette has good work we shall wish yon all possible success. number of bottles would have mode me sound, but diately on it arrival tWtMomrtry. -Jt series F

",:'Ct ABDLixE Foritirterpool weekly.Capt. .- ion to make it one of the best and most popular, more of original thought and useful information Your obedient servant,' for the above indjwretion. The Syrup allayed tales, illustrative, of rAmefi$iin hjriory, a ia ra-
as it undoubtedly will bo the nit than is to be found in similar publica- S. GREENLEAF., the feverish the and icriei of -
$ $ Harraspni'i'sr'Wm New York, any liabit, lidaway distressing cough, paratiou, a ,; ,reticri'frim'KJ -
: Cheapest Magazine in the United Slates. ion; while the rapid incrcow of ,its circulation, ()CJ- The Table of Cases above referred to will put a stop to ..the discharge of matter from the -- tf oaf'Janet'

t Caledonia, -CapU; Lcitch, ''Friw' Boston, Wed. The large outlay of capital which the prosccn- now extending into every section of the Union, k ready in the course of the summer. lungs! and gave them and the entire system good will- shortly--r be'commencediltJJut wwtieularizc. een.t1x--
in the of tune
and unparalleled same space affords health. 1 have deferred offering this certificate
MayS1.. 1j< vi ion of his involve List contained in tie United States Our close
plans must necessarily ,can only substantial evidence of. the with of Rtportt pro1ty tuthegraat tol't-
general approval till for the of
now being
Hibcraia Wed. June, Capt.7. Shannon!.1 Fwm,. New York, to justified by a corresponding increase of patron which it is received by the reading public. Digest and Snj j>lcmcntt 5 rot: royal 8ro with the permanency purpose of the cure vcrfectlsatiefled and now- ieal,. commercial, and liUdwy emporiums of the
', age on the part of the literary public. That this Vols. country enables us to dissemaate the brttrf iat IV
that I feel well. I offer it with
Kiagara, Capt. Kyrie, FroI3ptci. Wed. June will be secured he cannot doubt, nor docs he qucs- Ilit Utrjvl and Agreeable, United States Reports, including the Circuit REV. 3. P,JORDAN.pleasure. ligence ouaU ,subjects M sjpmyUy as,aaf:of o tr
**. ion the fact that when the subscribers to> the By suitable comment the world as it -73 northern eontcmporarieii. as our paper isis
upon passes -Reports, Dublin County, N. C. .
w GAHT.AND" see a specimen of what ho intends the most liberal arrangements have been made Maine Reports, 25N'cw ? largo and cheap, we feel &jf we have afeleast anr
CCLI ; STM XAVCO' } &uthamp. hat Magazine to be, they will wonder how so superior to secure an array of varied talent, such as can be Hampshire Reports, -12 equal claim with he wortKgVt of thein.o4he j 44-

,";,. ton aniIJlrp. a publication possibly be furnished for bund in uo other weekly publication,*and thus to Vermont Kc]>orts, 25 'U7LLE1t'S HOTEL, AVnshlligioiV City, tronage of'the southern' pi : Hermann- Capt. Cnbtree.''j J'iH; >m New York, the insignificant price of its subscription. They combine in the Gazette the best features of the Massachusetts Reports, ; -61 ii D. C., corner .Pennsylvania' 'avenue and -our'Journal is esaUd'rc4Pd, Dtenained *-

1 Wed. May 31. may be assured,however,that every promise made Magazine and the Newspaper. Connecticut Reports, 24 12th street, EDWARD II. FULLER;proprietor, to do all Jo our ix'Wur to BieiiMhehr patronage -

4 WahingtanCapt. Johnst4*, 'r ui Now York, shall bo scrupulously fulfilled, and the merits of It has, from the first, been the stendy aim of New York Reports, ,- 72 who most respectfully calls the attention lof hit ,it is' most' respettfsjjv solicited.' Address,.
June-:1. ho "GARLAND" be to enhanced as to win its way foal's Gazette to render a welcome vfciter in the Now Jersey Reports, 20 old friends and patrons, and the travelling public postpaid- *-' '* '

i* : $; 'L to public favor in a manner unexampled iu the domestic circle, and to secure to itself the repnta- l'onnsyhaniaiteporta, *. 68 in general, to his present establishment in -T1flMtki-.

Iin>EFEXDCtT Licss-For Soflttampton, Havre, lustory of the popular literature of America. ion of being pre-eminently the Ladies' Parlor Delaware Reports, 3 full operation, having opened ton the 1st of December Single copy-of the ContlMfel one y ar, .-

and Lv.rp i4.' TERMS: Companion. Maryland Reports, 25 lost. The builJim;entirely new,-and Three"copies,-,' s jif-f: .- -u -
Umted States For S. & HaWi roui :New York, And, to this end, our columns bare been, and Virginia Reports, A2 was erected under his own immediate superintendence Seven copies, > 1" IO
stJwte 10: 441'. Th terms upon which "TiiE LADIES GAE- will continue to be, graced by contributions from North Carolina Reports, 26 with the strictest attention to comfort and Twelve copies, r ,- 1 -._ '15
Sarah Sands For Li verpoiul from New York, r.Axn sir DOLLAK MACAZJXE" will be furnished, ladies of distinguished rank in'the literary world, South Carolina Reports, 30 convenience. The room'?arc large and airy;with Seventeen ethics, Jfr ;

Friday,Jily 7. TdL arc as follows: the past year having given evidence of what will (!>corjrja Reports, .. 4 fireplaces in each, and furnished in a manner combining All new' subscribers or Inclo'd1b.'

Sank .Sands, For LivcrpoiL c'rom New York, 1 copy, $1 00 be done in thin rcnwct, by furnishing original ar- Florida Reports, -,'. "-. ,1 luxury and comfort. '-The furniture, beds, entitled to a poBphle* 4f"A. Volt. fm.ths.
If -Friday,-Sept. 8. s 4 copies, 3 00 tides from Mins Lwlic Mrs. S. J. Hale, Fanny Alabama Reports, > -. 25 bedding, &c. ore all new throughput the boose;- South '' letterr.cop fiwa t Massachusetts
Sw .fatii .d For Liverpog 'ron New York 7" Ellet The ladies' 'is" comprising fJeorji*
; 600 Forrester/Mrs. E. F: Mrs. Hughs, Enna Mississippi Reports, 14 parlor spacious, frosting on and to the Sub&rnStatc'p also,tbback'
: Friday, Nor. 17. 15 -,', '<- .. 900 3uval, Alice .G. Lee, Miss M. J, McIntosh, Mrs. Tennessee Reports, -- 24 the avenue and opeaing'on a splendid balcony,the numbers of thopiptcntaiaIn ?"in *:

17 >, > 1000S9 1;. B. Smith' Mrs. Caroline Orne: Mrs. Angels Kentucky Reports, '. 43 furnishing]of.which -int taste and elegance will & Son," gratis. trV tz '
\ .. 15 00 Caroline with other in'the' Union. .Private
: Butler.
. haiL Meet M.Duncan.Mrs. H. Ohio Reports, -, 15 compete Any ir i-:* ,,
7 CL'UBBINGi Maria Roseau, Edith Harvey'Blanche BennaJrd, Indiana Report, -. i . 6 parlors for parties requiring such accommodation; I1LOsPTU8Il. -- -
Urs. Mrs. 6 ,'In the arrangement throughout no'expense has .... ? '
Published about For the convenience of tho who Griffith, MaryMorton, Elisabeth J. Illinois Reports, t-L' t&il&
tit as form Clubs the may desire to Barnes,'Alice Seymour,' Mrs. S. J. Howe; and Missouri Reports,. <- -,' 8 been spared..to- render it in every respect nnsnr-j w--, -: -...'- --r--- I1 -.
we make following
Beiiedict'c llistorl of the Bapr For five dollars, we, will furnish three propositions copies of: many others, whose productions are an honor to Arkansas Reports, -5 passed by any Hotel in Washington. Th location ; F9RID4YmGII .
desirable about
The Ladies* our country. The, volume of the Gazette'nowcommenced is every way being midway To theWhig IVSSI ITs 4 to. alSfotlerv
and two of the *of ,
,- 'copies '
i8-j., | "Saturday Evening Post,** for om* will be even.more brilliant in this respect Total volumes digested&O between, the Capitol, President's irouse" ,' and' the interetted in the of th lid!
than that which it the Of of these have executive departments. .
For ten dollars *' preceded and by aid a majority Reports no Digests 3 fOKiuf Political Prinrif&f* -
of The Ladies'
fo-A fe*> bore compdritt ifrpt thayftul seven copies "Tarn''" "Julian Cramer From E.IIF.'e long experience in the business- [
pro- Garland" and a vast array of hitherto been made, and of many of the others the &Jzhr .
and four
fiteMe phymext in eirtm *tftz'Jhi$ ,trark in Pod be copies of the Saturday. Eve gentlemen; contributors, who have won enviable Digests are old, and consequently imperfect: and (eighteen year* in' the 'eity-of Washington) he TIH3 cfii1ngeoliest i j with!MMI bat*
fields not yet affrojvinted,(-liitJatly in the ning For wjll funiUhed. pntation as writers, "Neat's Gazette" may;'in the expense of a Digest of the United States Court feels 'asst ed 'affording satisfaction to all who to the Whigs -of Fkurid*i.inieroie: >* ottereit-
Wetter**nd&mllen S1a44 jli. Jy to the publi.bei fifteen dollars,seven copies of" The Ladies'Garland" all its departments, challenge-comparison with Reports, and that of several of .the* individual may honor him with their patronage, in soliciting lens for the first time, is h aI in,the elvtien JorChief. -
and icsof
s. ,. Post" will cvcn be eoi Satnrdav Evening my periodical of the day,on cither side of thQ Atlantic States; is as much or more than the above-de which no exertion v will be -spared on his part to .Magistrato,of theafnon. A RIJ pr acnta-
With the above work may 1 1THK ber- hletlbyAgcnt8 of each to 'Postmaster fnniiMicd, with an additional as regards,its high moral tone, its Interest scribed Digest of all the United Stales Court Reports merit their approval. ., t* ".A five to Congress and an I4utive O9ksr-for the-

!1 ArT1MTft1LtRY, copy whom the Club be or other {(Crson for all classes of readers, and its essential valUe asa [ and all the State Reports, so that a lawyer The charge for board I.50'per diem. tato are to'be chosen ; ftAf jLegielat onectedv
through may raised and the The Bar is farnuhed with .choicest selection upon whom will devolve th| ppointm en .of a Judiciary
*i4e household yisitcr." -'V, will find it cheaper to buy the WHOLE than to buy .
.in in
vwes one, roy nuniform .bound a money remitted. and United St of Wines that the market a
only those of the United States Courts and his own Liquors, and Cigars
teith. the For dollars ,Sorial Amusements for'lhe Young.
.st : coiuittingofThe twenty we will furnish ten copies of State. 14ACA11EBIV affords. it intoleed tkevolitiqtffftll briar' .fjftondd-
,,* hum nl3QQj>agct. "The Ladies' Carlaiid" and ten.copies of the In conformit with the Impression that the Weekly mar APortcr will be in 'attendance* at the cars on for years to come. The eqit st ii 'a' 'tif. for

/ Library, has )been lrqthe;; public euffieimtly "Saturday Evening Post," with a premium copy newspaper is exceedingly important totheju- UNDER TUB DIRECTION their arrival to convey baggage to the Hotel flee mastery;" and ,resu1jtil ft tbt-eeftb'nt
bag to be known .WiSa 114112.a large of each work for one year to the person raising the venue branches of families, as a means of awakening OF LADIES OF THE SACRED HEART, of expense.' 4A vanquished; perhaps'irretR4v bly. -*li'.thereforo-

aoMNWt valuable reading* R 4* Jiolnbcr of exceUeutduUnet Club and remitting the money. literary taste, and for creating a fondness for NEW .YORK- ; becomes the Whigs to gird JUiaucIvea wiftmight,-
works DO when obo fuund.- For thirty dollars, twenty-four copies of"The innocent recreations, it will be observed that at- andtO gojnto the struggle?rith ft, ical and-,m detcrminatioB. --
If what it contains were p 1IsC4 in eparaLe Ladies' Garland"eleven copies of the ".Satur- :ent>on to this point is a leading characteristic of The Sacred Heart Academy is about eight ;FALLSESSIQN; OF ommenaurt 5i? [th the ieitona
day Evening Pout" will bo sent, together with the Gazette that from tho city of New lork, in tho-vicinity interests at stake "" '
book,TWCXTY DOLLARS wo44D4uflbase tbcau.. a and nothing is neglected which Randolph Macon College. ; j -
'I PzJt4U1 premium copy of each of said publications fur one may contribute to an end of so much value to the/ of Harlem and anhattanville. The site In the campaign is !iSt45ded':to' : aak.tbE.
: rising generation. is romantic, elevated,healthy, and beautiful. The nnhe Fan Session of this Institution- will FLORIDA VVinO ad eedt AaxUlaryv :Th -

History,In sVeep bindin' ) lucloth $3. rear.rt-Orders must, in* all cases, be accompanied Agntvltvral Affair. buildings are erected in a handsome style.1 The JL 'commence on"Wednesday, the 9th of'August WHiawill hot be fOUnd.U4, those, wk .."Nowthe -
** recreation and
grounds promenade are neat and ""
Library with-an 4 iasoand.
by the'money.AddreM 1613. The Preparatory Schools at Kidgway trumpet nnc4 ItnrilTi
rhIt. I' Special pains will be taken to furnish the agricultural spacious, surrounded with shrubbery/ pleas'an give the ha nineeof
C. cordialsnpportto
SAML. I). PATTERSON. andGarey burg-N. will opcu on the 4th Mon a $ tte-4"Whij
A liberal diKotuit readers with the most recent and important tl v shaded by forest and grove trees. National Convention tfeiU advoeacy'Wtk
is made # gus purchiebg. Publisher Ladle Garland and Dollar dayiaJuly.' .juS -
Magazine intelligence in reference to all This institution, in its plan of education unites -
matters con ,
FACULTY and prmci'pfcfeBr
forcash. : :No. OS Chwnut St., OF COLLEGE., great glorious -WIikj1'Mt -
& nected with the culture of the soil; and the every advantage that can be derived from a punctual : \V. A. Smith. D. D., President and Professor it will ever be found fcarfel w ontuin t 'Itwrll,.

Commercial Department and conscientious care, bestowed on the pupils Mental and 1foral aQ occndonalap to pobitt crmliny -
Philosophy upon proper
The Publishers append ftirVwh feoj the notices NEW PROSPECTUS. in branch of science becoming to their sex. H ,
iA'o\ attended to as to render it peculiar inter- every David'Duncan;A. M., Professor of(Ancient the pnncip1cofModermocrsey-aZ1th.ise
the History b: i44ced froin the religious Propriety of deportment,politeness,personal neat
.." hule'ou.messnakcdnens-r
ext to all men of business; and it willbe, found Languages. T j p4j
press. ALWAYS IN ADVANCE.TRlLY that our1 reiibrts or' the'markets, prepared with ness, and the principles of morality, are objects of Ezekiel A. BlanchA.. 21., .Professor of pure fine, is fully. Ctijand, mie aproiur- -

J *F o>.RBv.Wii. -Wi.D.'D.-The especial reference to the objects of the mercantile unceasing assiduity.The The diet is good, abundant, and applied Mathematics. -_- '? singly committed to a 'TiMrAa prOflvcvtiM**;'*r
wholesome health of
aew'edition of Benedict's iHis&ry serins to the -A MAMMOTH SHEET,, community, are far more correct more coniprehenrire. -' and .of constant; solicitude and.in sickness pupilsis the llcv.- Charles 1'eems. ,;A.:M.;{ Professor of a war against Looofocoism-" ?Iksu"eU&rarmi
ahKriberJt book1 of much Vitlu ilie has made and earlier in their intelligence, 'than object with maternal they Experimental Sciences. tieo nor treaty.: .i "tfi iij-: -t >r <{"(

Urge extract* from the,hfotory:iff the JUennonite REDUCED PRICES TO CLUBS. those oiany of our cotcmporaries.o the Agriculturist are Difference attended bf religion will tenderness.not be obstacle to Oliver. II* P.Corprew, A. B.t..Tutor.of.,An- With a view to th.furtziw.of tb.-cun lo

Martyr From the great! frarfoty..of be work -- ,j. -- 4 .- 'I'- ,asO, these,reyorhs are of great advantage the admission of ladies an cleat Languages and Mathematics.' -' "** s which tho ORlDWIflttaiatj* phde tli*.-
which funuiihe*;these; the [xjrstw$ will to ,our THE Proprietors of the -SATURDAY EVKSJXO- furnishing him'with the price of produce at willing to conform young to the provided regulations they are of ..:---PRINCIPALS OF PREPARATORY efforts ofall, Whigs, rood iwiilrne, are inoktd tfr

churches have, besides thcirowfl; Su trinnciatcrcst, POST, satisfied from the experience of the but two all the leading points of trade; and Storekeepers the school. general r "iv :.* -IVAJ.VV-.> t aid in.extending its circulation;!-The paprr ik kC

UM a-ddi&lonalcbarza otnoetjAs; to the Bap- yean that it is the ."manifest destiny-" of, their in the country thai have the authentic details of f -." Coarse of.E IucaUon. iWm. T Davis, Principal of the Preparatory be placed in the hands of evlnff WSdg lathe Di3 *-
fwU of the United States hehaeil& Lvbdrio ns fl- paper'.to take its.stand at the very head of the the markets in cities np to the latest moment. Our <
4elitv compiled s niawi of hi4ari l ind statistical weekly,press, have resolved to make the Post more Reporter, for this purpose, has the best facilities, Tho knowledge"of religion ,and Us'dutics'Delrig Vh rIcs U. Stuart A.-'M. Prioijl ofihe Prparittery tiThe .WHIG will eontinaeder ,thdhsisL
iateuigenoe no where else ttbfnn& wd which worthy than ever of its high, position.They -accordingly coupled with great, experience; and ho justly the primary object of a good education,it is treated &bool at ?iareysbur. : .: charge0f; THOMASES. AbXA.D1' '

-/ W* U, im ,the Jttdg/ncnt, pi Ih MibscriWr, make now have the pleasure calling the attention prides himself on, tbo.fuuneM, completeness and with tho attention due important a matter; WinC Doub, A.,M;'l'rinelpnl of the Pi&. -- Admsee Tb-q. -"
his volume ahaost- zndispenab.;! |o'eery one of ,of.vthe ,public ,to the fact, that the POST; correctness of his'statements.. No other weekly in and enters as the basis into the plan of studies following paratory Sehuol at, Ridgway. Fo?:Single' Copies,'* 'i"AiiJ -. j i*

i oar pastors, and abnadantlyt) ifciifnihg oMhe: i atrong has been greatly enlarged. ..., "" '" ? the Union bestows so much care In this respect as in every class and department of the school. The co'flegintoear Is divided into two sessions. For veCepiezIzt'f&

/ and study otour .hurehea, .,. This enlargement enables them to lay the cfpiiv- the Saturday Gaxette And M in reference to the The course' of'education comprises reading, elocution The first begins 8 weeks after,' and the second 21 For t .Copies. -q IOFo

: Faoi EDWAKJ B Uwr k4 Esq' Cor. See.e alent of eight, nioro 'columns'of rending before money market,stocks, exchanges and other topics writing- arithmetic, French and English weeks before the 2d Wedncsda June.1 To such twentj Copies4l'j '30 C

T'rif 1- >f tie Unntcrd Ifnotltft Wsi4vd.-The their'subscribers weekly-being,'In fact, an addition of similar interest; fitrnUhing in'each number a grammar, English and French polite-,literature, as desire to enter YCollcgo,.it is important that & o

l Toluieis Indeed an eyclo4.riflaptt LiteratnrB pf one-fourth to,the old area of the paper.; Business'Manifol of Well-arranged and minute details. composition In prose in. both languages, history, they be in attcndarfco at tire opening of the session. OTICE TO arur Y u.REVoseribe.iag -

and BapUrt history; iWpk for perpetual Character'offti* Paper?, ': .. .f sacred and profane, 'chronology, geography;, the AT short absence at that time may pLied a -
"LOWEST ABU( PRICKS use of the globe and delineation of the elements student und which will
dOn maps disadvantage impair his
referenoo in thing relating,34 our "The
every general old paper-such asii dev.tejl his adantiot'teiapdaofei
agai1.t -* t1-4.. / l ha tee the copy Meal's Saturday Gai;,'1 year, $2 00 astronomy,chemistry,natural philosophy, scholarship' throughout- sessioa.-; Our courseofstudy'
.i ''under supervision of the present mythology &o. all of useful year*to the pru.eeutef{; eldtClgaB* '
;geometry, ; kinds and hr to mcet.the
Four arranged as wants of
". copies do do 6 00
-: i Y&n.T; wk Editor- haH be maintained.i r. \i Ornamental The General Government aBibefoni Ceacmc Usby
needle-work -
epjn- ,embroidery and silk chenille men'who' '
desire to : an'
acquire extensive
Eight do do
1 do 700
; ; /wlth a review ofth Itttngjilrtlee of It shin be neatralin l'oIiLiei andReligion > gold and silver artificial flowers and 'ticcbded, great labor &4coaplijW periaois ohta4ngi -.
: English'education
Thirteendo,; ./ theaame time thatIt.haILnotfesr, ta
arty times, among whom baptiiti* sentiments are .' : to peak' its Elghteeaeopiee of the(Lasette will be sent-for 15 00 of fancy-work, according, to.the wishes oftuo Languages'. -The benefit to be derived from the byediniofl audpurohacj pniba.b1JtI.aq
traced with kisdhtllbjstliBM. It increases breath. i Irf> "" and extensive reeoh&! f. VCievo US
more or *> parents. *Sc *
Twenty-eight will be-sent fore :V i 4 use of the Libaries- and from attendance'o!the j
Original and Selected Article \,. .. ,, copies 0 00itiAddresi -'
astt dv tolater line
la interest :
:: rer, |toi periods. > Tirini._ Societies- jandstff .occrsqtM14ayoflkRsvoh.Li -
when faeto eitabllshed by w4 ( and Its Original Tales, Sketches Essays, &e., shall 1LYliL1SLlELS, t ? Literary should strongly- Induce such from, the earliest pcrfedj k the-'Var't thetermhiatioH'
an pumerous *Board, per annum, ,. ,,_ $260.jpdttage u, *
1i4 Third r
Chcsnut here.
otvtoFtible historic docunwtits. Since the be of the highest character.," The Jolt of no; article ? near ;t.iPhilsdelphla.., ; books, .stationery l.- and .s young men toprosQtmt thrfr studtes In order tbereof9tt'ltl1he caiMf eO-
are for studant to enter the
puhticftUoa of tb .earIIeworof! deaf of progreii can be over looked, from a foolish respect for t charged to the parents. ., upon English course, c ri ot.tha line andeUffof tln7 0 pyiiaUd4hfr >
( thoroughly with
hat bee made In lqrcstigatiff the- braeteraM Its originality." *- .- ... : Payment are' to.be,made scml-annually In ad- Grammar Arithmetic. English ConUnoj tal.Congress, ita n-fezaustindx

history of tbe Anabaptist*yf!RefonnaUon( its Selected.Articles will be procured from first :,TJ.JOMEJOVnNAL.EDITED1B'MOItRI v&neo. > .. -., -* The Geography and to>tho Returns known a"thi 1 Wa lil gtai" Papers
T of instltntfcw
M4 Mr. Benedict has made oodo of'this addi.tioaal sources; and the reader of the POST may depend &WILtIS.VBL1tZD'kVEY No deduction.wllIbomade 1 for.pupil r*withdrawn v} Board'per expenses TOtsion 840 "Tuition are as follows t ," the- "State Pap s'iiMethriiepoitainformation ti

Informktkmwhich lial.be rrtin fiin this upon finding in iU rages the best Tales, Essays, :before the expiration o(the quarter, except Fee A 2 j and Deposite' from the archived cf the ( teaon!' session .8123
J501 for the
0 colicgiato
department of historical Iltejjirdnwf Inded"W fce.; that appear either In the foreign or domestic -, $4TVZpAT II TUE CjT or for cogent reasons.i- *, ,,f ,. yearexeotrlasidontl pUte.Governments-thus omprtaiojr t&vnwMk
think this part of the work intengeljMntertstlng, magazines. ThusJUiylng the, whole English and 'IJ' # No, >pupil win be iccoivcd for'a shorter space which include the cost Of texICbookfi fuel expenses furniture general aM valuable evident*;aver hiM!hi ajpri-
and worth far than American world under contribution.' >
more1 tbee44Kth Tofnme. ',., 4t7wo.Dollarsprj 4nsns..,. ,thansixmonthi. s -i ,. : t r ; &e,, for room ia College. We respectfully Tfttoiadiyidnalth nftmee.ab4.9rwk rtheOiaMnouUl -
The work eonUlns.Kkewl B-Euctended: re- T I ,_-- _, ;Mnsid on the piano, harp, guitar, drawing and advise that acd SUte officer?} tbw appeiatwestei.
pocket than
;z %-,. parents more money if necessary -
veWof witeri abd writings ...jTha Agricultural matter-.n/.trAwA .Post- ,. ,, TIN painting, the Spanish,.German, and.Italian Jangua to supply the reasonaWo wantsof astta-" proportions, veiiic'ewaad cash af renri; tioa; offlcccJ
Ite sy7b.thkassr cen aa4 of kataheayt giro heretofore. aoulU tlte quantity of .-,- November last'ozinie&J4 publication es.aro extra charges. _. dent ,is injurious.7Tbe7 practice -' contracting ofZtha medical stat,'M rg<*n ,' npr-

: *n*other paper,shall bo composed of the best articlM -, bf this family newspaper on'a new and novel (The French:languago .is fluently spoken in the dcbta with tradesme ia the vicinity bf; College is veyOrs knd'apotheoarieayt ug&ix* *#ttrhrigde -'
tbea-p&eeJi t4the dlethut that can be found in the -numerous poriodjeals plan. No' similar work, intended to contain the institution, and, u taught without any extra in a higro-perainIous4 lawiftbe State.of.yirginia of the tamy ffio e 14lbwtnMna;

VM&Hitt.be.e riie Is -devoted i to the subject. .Making in this way PICK,of the ncwi, clogancics,: opIfliOzi4n41.itera-* -ebargo* ti.4l -'-- -' -, ? I designed provl roraodv for commissary general of wiw and panThiiitif *
nderable length. It Is a 4 AgriculturalDepartment supenor to what ft ture of onr time,', to ctTLi from the wilderness of ; OenirltegndntlOjss, c.'" bane ,to' : ttJs ,cen inths.departineqt of iHeHjuwrierniMter rav
int4'tbe sufferings of could)M made by tO pervioc*of any.single wriUr.Nevt. the hour4! ever flowering caprice, an4 to 'uaiin ,I'lio annual;vocation; will:oommeneo' the last mcrchantwhb ofalji Cojlfges, 'credited'a hist'efect t That, any ral-ineludng deputy ari |m4 Ur i nermlaMtor ,-**- .

C t'-menotwhoeths' wor| a irnt. *orthy,- the good things else lost.ui the bewildering floatage week of July, and scholastic duties will be resumed dent,,vitKout nee ihaU auth/arity give hit College ta-s sistalit deputy } i geatralt, Wag.o4.*.
..dmrinf>a'Aia (ieaa Mil/ i pri op nU, of novelties adrift; had been previously attempted the first Monday of September* : "J.;: ;' front; parent or ductors and forage-puBtewj.ofaacr* ix the department
The New both and domestie'ihall be tuardian sHall tne
exile *, foreign ( upon conviction.of fact;; forfeit
whIping-and becnumiMtaUinod ti)Wiri wert$ mm full byothort. r / .; For furtherjarticnla.rs,if reouSed7'apPIylo5lh'0 of eommhartiyrafeilitttey stot1eaa ordnance -.
and M far accurate and' be laid debtfgrfeitIliceuae' .
at powlble ndhofined'oaLet
the eatiuienU of Js4L4s on tb? ordi-, before the 1 That weJivejabore& luoecssTully in our *pca- Right Rev. Bishop Hughes;-to the Lady Supe- ; aq ftjffipetji f of Ahp'jU lK yfco army hokF4ngstaffappoiutmenta -
reader earliest
t the hav
n&eU ofCM'.house and the rtgWa e<,* ..vThhportion ;- possible- moment.- thin, and produced a paper'remarkable for' its in* nor, Sacred Heart, or to P.A.IIaious;33 South parents and guardians duo regard to this ,,sucliiii eapt a.1aie. .
1 of-the w rfcJwuH miauiiidwor 'the 1tro Maaer; terest, value and popularity,-and one'adapted to" street,"New 'I ort." .-- ,. $law,and wherq.H maybeeeessar'* jooricB art account as in sid.doamp.icninI*Yfb1MJLt-i4lz'.
,t to all Baptists.!* ItlUVel< t-snj The Bank Not*"Lfct-fc err weekly.-.-A the wants of AH, CLASSES,OF., ocwrr .'we have 'The'Manhmttftrivtlle'ftridlBlootriiBgaaro'sUjres with a merchant,let thaadiidutt .bo devlgnated ty of paymasters, tilso

AukMnB |fYTitf f>nd 'Kfrftjlifeplafe fuitaud: liecarat fcceotmt; ofi the JIarkeU; the sufficient evidence |in our txtensive and rapidly increasing will pass by the Sacred Heart whenever there and..the'amount' -- specified- aud i.j. the 7 aiV vii- ;'offlcers of thoe atinevtit44f lN* J-,
I *aU BiptUti choaldTCTNeWfo t'oski a4fc,. -, \ Sies of Stock, Jw, are also weekly given. "circulation,'In.'the nnirersul comnjerida- passenger to or from the insUtationVit V.M are B Willrfinwv- -to --t In many cases, not only" 4ht&ei.tmpujai-

r- BATTWT'WntiMMtoi o ; Ertngs. : tion of the publle.prew/and/absve all,in the flat ui'j' ---t -. ,, 1' -- ;, J I meat and servica can bedt
>UhhrBwn f4t1.j ftrt.Ioe '- EiigrkvingiofTarioiuklnuiiimorfMiwrtaiso tcrlng encouragement and cordial approbation ol The lUarrlcd'IVoman'a'Prlrate.'lledlcal The prlmk obj jt'of he Preparatory: 8eh fcl givingr
and excites the wonder irftljtoa4er!!,how; shau not be forgotten. .But' the TOUT shall never ournumcroni LADY-READERS: in venrse is'topretare.'young? ; eit for Collg ;.but the deemed importnl(4nlhoasUffofaoers ( < otjentonto.
Lit be allowed to degvnert.t< into,a mere show bill, U tIo ofthe eflntr7. 1' :" 4 conrse of study usuctt1** tw moot the wants of the nr.to their WI

# _u$ f te Jti tqrn&. be looked at for.'a moment, and then tossed to the -,The scope, design and cbaracterof tbe'IIox j3yDr, M. Th4viIcwr; neighborhood, in which they are Ideated, and to : inis pending before'thi ,
-iiM UM Mthor has smiled bIclpf 4haJSu m.1&l.rodenty.btoine4I children to play With. '- r ?;" 'Jouujui:differ from those of newspaper here qualify etnd ulTor>ther rdinaryjc upiitiohsof lions, and noLai1owe1brofthe&y '

A-a4, ttoryotb4.am.4saa1I. ; : : :' :;p tofore'egtablUhsd.The-content* am fitted to eh* life; 5'2brt evidence,wthouth eervio roa 1bItMIn-
ma gage tk4 attention of the man of business; and be '-''' -M n- 4-ij..i.j i.rrr-/i; : :; The school ia the vicinity of.CoIIegaltoaUnnei fed, or in' a4ci where thi falV .. ,
Contributor .
I isbe&rrr.oie5M$ 4%4t aofbringtiK1 Our Original. W always bold are.pursclres the'AUTHOR,ready* OFAUBBICA. t4 j jnurchaM a source bf elegant Instruction and entertainment ,25oco cents SPL twTuaK; MONTHS! : under t dlree n-ofJtfrJ\Vcr.{ Dayi an able elalttedl has natbeeugrautLttt p1asu
to the domeitlo fireside ..ndamlIy circla.-Mdit b

i 'g'CaVri C oIaLr'W lpsmok- lioned to; their art Wes merit;offered. to authdrs us, *t a price whose proper- combing the striking and novel attractions of the KTEARS of sufforhig- yslcaT.fand'mcntai irapervislonv >i, T": reliable onrc tathe et o. ?

0 tMav JWith Iotere4.4I4ithrnsrks< rBut writings newipeperwjthth.: more abiding interest f the .LuguIib.tojnany nfl otionato wifeand I **16 sessions,ami vacations are ?,?. *, claims,.indttf UttginentatloaaBawaneo in od to.tWr Il ;
of much labor Tbe are ofaridlcnlonsly exaggerated and Immoral highes''class of pedod1es1& It Is prnted1 lbs pMunianr dlflUiJ1.*-*#-' ""biuband-might have of the Colleg.iropera'I'be cost of board, &i is of seTviee Comzdt1Owo'oheaiuos3mndtoVostTiaIJ.4 -' t
1 1i
matter bid-eeuI4 eharaeter themselves! ando the- troubl
; save
-1 may folio:form,' sad *: on' .uperIor papef 0* teen spared by tlmely possession Ofhl. work lltU less thaftwrtadent of College pays.azitit fIq'w I-re ,
.2s&r. tec i collected only by j eib'sstJjdon offending them for w.aLnatIonw.-Tbe Post i* afatmily is .
Tmly.'knowledge .power,] Jt U?health;hap Boarding aadlatsing private families, incla- o_
j 4 TtlkTh papernd no artjple jpot ealmihUeJ to enf piness, affluence.: Jv}>*_hiM 'I frMf.'f ding aiIncteesj >?...,*310 per month. -

; 41? fw .The revelations contained intJts'pagcilayo rit1on, seaaioa fer&icIdts-. 4
,' ; OttfTtfttU. ,?. y>: i :proved blaselngs tOthounds; si the Jnnumerabk ?uentei' : : 'i;: a i

I cdbi The Urras Will $f mahi Jhe-Enlarged tb samo'Toil,'rig r to1$ hiri (tuli letWnfe eiv 4bythoauthoFwtll<cat7'-- | %a cB S 4l''WWk;' ; ;4

For nikd1aeb1t3l 00,tu*dt ; On'notyms Ifvan* i41eretio-e7ery1emlo,4b eithek.bttddinginto manhood wife, ..orth tb, mother.one jn, *&* M&Wt! WrtiW< C.tt-W9 t i?. !':w'tt9 tUU ) -

'vqjy "-, exatdhaee4is4atune.ddv; rthc' /yea la-whow aafur*pontetapjateb r4ndfo: th&cbool atRidgewayaerIea ,
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; Li7m1.3CtMbL- ofMrVL
tin MKf 19*7rw oramodtt that hirge itulber-; bie tIaei jsnttj k ftver.

: .(erwns who wish to Mice"the fin* efartafo vftt&mUaklngly a 4

think they cannot afford It,,we haVe '

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