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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: May 3, 1849
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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aie -' 'rsoai AX tomufowK JUZHO.i interesdng info'r :i J ffvebefew, extracts pf A letterwrittenwn ; are held,l'eIIpqnsibM( J .
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'boXL'1 ne. the following regulations I i Yes, weep fond parents, let your heidi correspondent:> ( .o\:! :':' !lf. !-.years' ijirice i ; 'concerning'the cbirtsby.detjaea: thatjrefosing. : called at the .
iirsn i aopU4 Tor( t** government of said InititatioVn manage to tate a or the
Soft Natures tribute give : NEW YORK Hou MarcWi21.i i tcffais7farnv,' he paper periodical from office, whom I hadastooJahhentt
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% Tke M&olal&f to consist of one term, | : : ,
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;.A \ Ol'TI1moN"i( The'gone, the 1 mused>ones, are not lost Ing(7(: of'Parisian and Tfew York mplfnera, h< watched overhiiij8layes J shows: him.to, be e-POtmastera of the above We3: .kee".' i.had come over

i.it'K. Though swept 'away from sight1 ; hatcaps, heaJdresevreaths && ;,* w at be'hu eter been Tepresente'da man of copy dvahWkto. per; adUlitSflchftp 4it.dOLWfl .
..Ortiejrap rfen! j, w>i5ngand arithmetic, They, dwell where God's own presence reign. at the various fashionable establishments- th pure tl dest'and most sensitive heart 8Ong-who may ce o&laking4thei paper? .$ to i its fot1 knewhe ,
ncr Unn 918;.!bore,with English grammar uncreated. light. such as madame Lawson' Mrs. McLjan : put of their rwpeejivV"offices, without hav.inj .
*n4 r.. '[ r.the fcb<>Ta. wIth the uSher .rDesrlinkstheyaretodrswyoursoul .. and three Jour ,' E trait from J letter:from General Zachary I paid! up all arrearages for ifie .' .' .thtr'sfaxjJy
or others reckoned the tiTed:5ifte
ofasl rafeh education by jrrc41iye
vfenitcaes k embracing nat- ; raylor. to hi*agent jn Mississippi dated nAJMthat .
ntaland. ,*4ral philosophy, rhetonej loatiei From Earth's dull dreams -' haut ton'as[ tip-lop con ms. Through the, I ..Idea of --- ever leSt the in :disrict.iiNew y.tkcret -
VoUay ebenjWtry ,book-keeping, aw&yFrom ; : 5 CoRpca,CHRISTI ,TEXAS ). I a., ,_ te-T .'
geology wiles of sense, from.cheats of time. interposition"of a benign i lair ii a new green r ; She repliehe J41isCOerM tba '
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rand dit1e&1 Gretki&fgebra ecenoaij.' $30; the above with la The idols to-day. ', Bilk mantilla,;(greeniis' still all the 'rage) I I .November 13,1845.J I i greatEngrzsbshttesrn ; 4nsed of Maeonry 4t4 if ii votild k sa '
ala; >ench, geometry menrararttoi repeatedly to declare! that every eareanished
yesterday gained to the I'.I was pleased to Jearn that,the:. blci fee she
-$6'Sfcsie on piano utram; access sanctum sane \ cropof the, moment he entered his' house. wooJ4rel4te; hoVtfre wwwta
4hawli>c and painting, extra, 925; use of piano, Oh let not thought of hardship cross torum of,one of tbe laboratories of fashion, ci nin'afl probability, would be sufficient wrote, ovra ,He Bake the dJatorirtI requested M11prG.t.- '-
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per term 94] for food, per term. 8 L One half Your laceraUd hearts; .J<. and 'saw.the bewildering bonnets" are fc4 the use of the establishment, and with the \ following. ;.descriptive eeed, xrhkb shejidpb was as fo&rtti" '
ihe-altien to be pl ia advance. ;the other half Those, hearts too mixed with mortal dross henceforth' a4,of the and : prose paper, The Idea;of .a Perfecl- W!,
i .> 'Yet God-remembered hearts: bewttch'iBroadway for a full peas mast, you. uld be able which he presentedb.Lon i- "Soon afterYmHefr'bertlfs: *Ift& _I .
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-M.(3uI3.",."'" .".j. .".1'' -, '..,,'i"I: ,.f two months, ,' in .the actual process of crvstafc*fatten' .andkillabout. --.-. .on- -00'nmKVK.._"., .;.0one8'JNl f 'on the of -- mornmiP0' learned, ttt m714i.i.i. 4koisj4at '

:: ",usnv TIoL i'1.' ",'Yonreiiildrenttowitriisweeiaeeard; .ot VTheir J tio ,- Of courserlihaU.not.be.expecul* +4 'veI.Janeo.e .f wust wiJI go beading anniversary.aDerhet their marriage;delicate? my busbaadkzd! t.tome a M1s61J'I ? ,

If nit mile beckoning hands ex tend; tG eiayfaDr'ofLthe 'pretty' secrets I saw fadans fieThg, with the pprkyouUave Utecl t- ." > .
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Tic. XVffliatt principal' department : o fill out the b1 k. ,"
No more must they to yen corns down.. therf-buris }iadiesaUovet tte orld take jphand, the'old sheep sprffV&ad' ., 't- wnat : ';- .-- .
; 4 ,A4- Mallets. avdiUnt pf male > a ; you can '-t' ray to. )'_, ,
erj*. H.. tucke7, principal of But you to them ascend. s ... sisterly interest in whatladiealjl every'other:. Won,to the''old caftle you ought to:kill forymr i 'THE cHARicTiai' or MMt.-j.--.-. hasbaJJd. J at I"i--"I'Ame-r11o th''C on..

femate .RU.i I&kfixrttiient.. JliM Mazy Board Ann Potter be ob-aaisUit *- Then let their more than 6U lore: ..l.i" &.: ? tfatt'pf,the world moinn4'morebspe.. people/the.comfng year. It was g rati'I 'I mean to give you my Idea oif; a woman I Uiau l.d eict .fPi iJt

taiaed SB prirat* fictilie* in the village may,' washing 'Its proper influence bear;*' ',', > '3,- ciIflng, ,} !i1l a :pa.te roadwaY' to me to know you.Vere increasing If itat, all answers an :original, .1 .shall bei. but IresolvedhabillMte.t .

-*nd ftghti inel liWJ from 8 to:. 10 dollar ,per O'er them, o'er yon,your Father pread- ? 1-,->? ,- ftsunn7.day; (tortell you- thing o.f.the JlDg. C of.; hpgs"as:well as improving, Ievethircscripffonas pleased'for if such a person a* would describe -i lations of Ijwxtitr sidald Wtteh,.. '

ao h The I okra of.Trustees hare ia course ,His everlasting care. -ji .:ji-/--: ;,r(<' :r frt 1 fld tell.yo is'weU'as I csn: the ten. very"-much really exists she mast be far superior that the .W1e't} (J s .1hatIW46i U| _

.*f erection. tw .Hriefe. houses, with two rooms in Vnixooy; Crrr Mareh_._>I84l. ..Ir ,Ei''i.. '.'?, il -neiiQtth..*---- .nrin.r..tvl..t> -a.jw *;i.e .i1iii, "atM"JMbilU U"to Drofit and- Comfort---.--- -in'nlantinrrAfnenA- -. 'to mv descrintian.. ...and___ _imeh___ *_*_."t_ mn on_*_t_ _lnr_._ .:!! ';, S. fte. .tou: _
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each, large and gooictaodions,150 and students.will be able The to The ,Gentleman. ,r--( ,,-- ;: j-1 o(mud jend,fashionable extravagance.' I ton, tLegood management oi_tock of everY I to&eUtoie able to paint;as I ought.! r : ; months -aferI. 'W:.11 zw -It
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.towes ; the let day February When have 'let J' : ;-\4&: ,D 'tJir.s .bpnnet js a trifle smaller I d and desciiptionyet] it may be carried! .I :vihe is handsome; but it is beauty DOIng aris joined the kl50n4*Lirtaistanc bWsdL .

au 0hd.'imr.tt&bl1'| is under the control you, found:a man,'you.have"not aqd Jess.r-broadf1J arched*.over,,the fore. I1p farr. ratbeiuiaybetoo greatly in-I from feature!from complexion .or'. from" that, for thzjfirBt ts ,PT _&at.- -c' 4
eT .of the M.E church, far to go to find a gentlemafty. You cannot ', she has all to doubt .
readth.n1ast \a *v*:. Thi.>lUtJtlCI ICU9 are, I ased whichoug'ht not to be beyond what I shape? three in a high degree hia-itIttwzsda.if1e.: .
.oath, and locate* csw ,half"mile from..ThomasVilk make a gold ring tfbriuYou; of course.of-the; gtyesHescriptibn short ofyosrtjye.diaphdnyrM'wiich Iti be well taken care of:, ,Hogs should beIept I !but it is,not from these she touches the hearty; coldest Digi&b4 -feter. that my.h sbac4 S
ih Proverbial
Ga.Fron| healthiness the
.iplaee,, and the ieetti4n6wn* ability and snocesss, mond.cannot change a Cape M i&rystal) to a dia: Tslield in I reserve but one winter,and 110 to 130 is about I it is all' that sweetness 'ot :temper, benevoI returned at a late! & aDClaaid 10_'M4f.. '
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uas experienoed tuehGn, of the Board of Instruction gentlemaa" br, a'midsummejrtd. eWport. The outside he number we.ought to kill annually, but I lence, innocence, and sensibility ,whith. a garecannot.yoithout .your blanket .
selected tbejTrnstees| we hope to share ,ou have first a manTo-ba .gentleman; ttobeUIshmente iporisist of ja.single bunch of I hey should .made fat; We should keep I face cannot expres"that forms her beauty: bawlS ,I repUedte, 14&uk d.. .t

.A liberal patrou ge l ftqm;*C abroad. zt will.,not be sufficient to.- "bavbad" \, -''a.grandather. : limalkfresh spnng: flovjers/or a single! blush- I4ont 120 Sheep, killing.the'old ones as fast1.4by I ft :'She has a face that just raises-yonr attention me to get it for hrtnd. bring Wax a Miaded.'theVarncI .' .

JL*". j),P. SXITH Free.3OiD'p7 ,J InSide' fi' Increase'above-tbat'' number and af first sight it spread or comfort; : to' .
rose '
sm(4( .,;, :J I be ; ;, a wiry labyrinth cling grows on joa every <
To a gentleman; does not depend open gracefully !imd caressingly to the downy I!.)eding them to the servants. .Cattle enough I ff9mentanyqu: wonder didno, more.than b and ;he :imme Ir Jett die bo I ,. c

: TRCSTCE3.Rxv. the tailor or the toilet. Blood will degener- cheek, and in this department the exquisite hould be kept and raised to supply the esWblisbmentwth -I raise'-jpurjitteiiition; .at first. ,.< wenttthewisdodlbfg! ,

.Rn. P '. S.MITH, President. ate. Good clothes are not good habits. .The still/inimitable taste, talent, art-call it I butter, )\s'-well. as/oxen, I I Hef'e3reshTb a mild light but they awe.' thelamp discpve 'e.not n.tJ a. : ., '

-b : HI SHARPS, Sect. Prince Lee, Boo concluded that ,thehbg in what you will, I name it genious -ofthe I Jahic1i; m:Q&dition io fleniiful'garderi'qf p you when she pleases; they command, like a: large la ketth'i_ .Ila': 4 dmf :" u '

W. P4D :jt, Esq., Treas. England, was the only gentleman, as being. Parisian milliner is displayed in its highestand I*getatle'would' eabZeaitovtDuiftheJoo1wu & ? ? E.ce not by.authority,.butj lIcetjzit. andIhe. V1 ." .
the rtue. =
RJ.@. \'aEY. only thing that did dot labor. f most delicate form The favorite'colors I ind, .well prepared-would. by.y. husband. 'hfuJ2ied .U'; _.T" -
A gentleman is just a gentle-man h8''health and comfort of all 'Her features,are,not"exaeUy reguIar,.,tnal I -' .. .
no
RET. Vfi i W* Gaimir.REV. more, of.the new bonnet are pink'and whitetn- rjwUy add to pos Iwas; 'asleep $41as noeitbei did .
no less; a diamond polished that was first a fj' a :will.not let spinningapeyoi.vigiIanteye sort of-exactness Is more to be praised than '
: .G.fA.'*IAU. TT.RET. diamond in deed nothing else ,is. strictly allowabl das roncernedivlhop tobel Ted for it'ia ahi ated I close my eyes wit* r tDfshI'lef. Ipected.iitbemorni4g
the < never ;
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rough. gentleman. is gen : as far as makingyour '
nine-tenths of
IJPornz.Jtjita all-the weU-dr sSed ladies .
inattciol
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'Hewtature is not taU she is made to be course,
Izz; Y, Esq. i"ie. A gentleman. ; is modest. A gentleman promenade, wea i green ..mantillas! and I linsey.is concerned as well as anything I the: admiration ev rybodj -but, .,the, he would'have iomi'tii !''prepared:toe*,, ,_
C4z1jBiD: Sen.. I generous. gentleman is slow to take half of them green dresses as well,the effect j.else that you.may find it convenient to manufacture "" happi-I plainbismyaterioui4ucr rr '.Tbrsberait.4to '- ,
offence, as being one that never gives it. A of these ,-not.forgetting the experiment. of .ness of one. .- __
pink and white bonnets with their 'do which Indo t--fc--
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!t't'opeD the first Monday in gentleman; is'slow to surmise evil,'as being delicious trimmings is charm rying the making of comforts as a T substitute 'She has all the firmneSsthit'Joes.not exclude .: look out-for U at :
; indescribably myehaifor I kne\tth if'l ; "
T., 1" one that thinks it. A of delicacy she has all the 'softness that .- -
,J never gentleman goes ing. Everywhere the eye is refreshed with I for blankets. I am decidedly irisfayor could -get my. ,.ltt.wou1dW .
0 armed only in consciousness of right. A aking everything want as far 4s it cane I .does not imply weakness. i-to.'
AL 1'JTEBATURE. tbe tender contrast of-soft green and blushing to.unravel the whola I '8 ry.a .- o. -T'
BRITISH PTAt&ARLX f gentleman subjects his appetites. A gentle. pink-/ave when, here and there, it reposed done on the plantation for the adage is 'There is often more of.the coquette shownin "It was not l long IterasI.wuojith-! : -s :
man refines his taste. A gentleman subdues rrect that whatever is saved is gained, in an affected plainness n, in tawdry.fine .
'f& ITO .111l11eaIIUI. Jar a moment on a snow-white bonnet I sireet that'a fema 1 bi .lI '.: "
his feelings. A gentleman controls his dition to which motto is to safe ry. She is always clean "'without"precise- .
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everything
curving gracefully as a sea-shell arounda I my I. whom I discoeredI4sbawl; The food '
'rLea4lize t7&etenniareiow i I ITUgLOIO4LaTLRLT A deems nesVor : flergravitjis.a gentle j *" : .t
peecb. other affectat.lon ;
gentleman every face beautiful as Aphrodite. that is made: for-nothing hnzzyB; \ nodgh jjaUe \
a gfoarv
better than 'himself. Sir Philip Sidney was "I ammuch;pleased to learn'that the thpugbtfulness, -th t' :"sof tens*the features ,

nEP" 1A'&TION'Or. 4.. tever so much a gentleman-mirror though cooking-house answering so valuable a without discomppnng them> .be is usually triumph thrilled: rly BerYevajidi3ui Important cierreapondene ene4'mrpace"t. ,,1s fcdIowed. "
tTt ;Rernw1; -he.was of England's knighthood when purpose..'!:11.tD the' savants abundantly grave..-- ,-. '- .' '; --- >:, '-' ,'" closely from one W : : tK;: .' :
: l the field of Among the mass of correspondence from tAlir wm cooled *I.* -'lIer'imi1es are inexpressible : jTO'aabther-iiito '; .
upon Zutphen, as he lay in his fed, and pr v welt %* fourtb of abw fAir herr il
tklindery ('
Z E..EDI VJ ',1. own blood, he'waived the draught of cold the gold region, we have seen nothing which f Distribute'ainonz Vie servants at ChrttimaiLin : Her voice is a Idwtsoft muse' not:formedin story .; ; &'. 3 "l3' -
No DII-'RnlEW ?' 1 l3de
WRJ! ,' spring ".ter. that was brought to quench has afforded tis more gratification than the such'way as you may. think they deserve rule in public .assemblies .,but >to\tharmthose.wbo sit very'down composedly to berwor4here-itrgedbn, :TOM?

: ,, ;. I. hIs mortal thirst,'in favor of a dying soldier. I from TZRREKCE' by their- gOod conduct FIVE,.HUM DRED ; eandstingus'ha ccippany-froOi tbstmsatjabledeaireIethj ..
following letter
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D St. Paul described a gentleman, when he DOLLARS andifectssaydrawon; oar' acrow'drityhas"iihisadvantagei Y9.m: t hosbaad --- -
7 a perfidy, I IiA.e
; : Esquire : :I'SAClRTMKSToDjGCIKSjOct. fc "t-fJ 'dose to hlarit.: : ; y:" % ,
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t.GHo1dAGUlNE. exhorted Phillippiaa Christians. "W at.ioeTef merchants. for the.. :!-. ., ** ,- C : '< and number of her-riaencn.ai4
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whatsoever 20 18-18. ." ::; '-. ---A-. -if. i" fTo describe oer\body descnbe$fherniindone >
'," ,things are true, things ,. lyjeftfor.it I wiiiiO :
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I : i _C0nTcntion* Callf:"nilii is the.transcript of the{othellerUn.
t"1'iI areLJiOnored, whatsoever things are just, To Tim Flaherty: 1 1ltaL.1'i1Jl ; j;
forlsavrtmyeomfor etE
1.1ii:'' '.i triY .b t ;1i' whatsoc j er. tumgs un> |.ur wt u.Pf>r.lunct In p. letter 0 from t Mwrnufjby'CapC Fofof -* derstanding i "1 ot show1tl if;lbe-lTariety. ..oftnatteryf
cret i at once'aifitbad
__ I4J4 ear 1Pe..dfte, Bie: lovelywhatsoever i thing are ofood read this -bit ot..a," t ,.as 500n_as ouhave___ m the Qqartermaster Gencrars De art.JiooaL exettf itself-on-Sjigp; : _'the'; goodve" flabedizpon fceen'wntjthildren my jayc -
.alt .'r ii. ) ies 'of'ihe origtaala nnrt, if nhere.be jrirtue,':and if VfCi> 'vVS Wl KyvKTCM'Jint riiniMV W iwhbift e
any '
} Rite forenepst\me.wherejf|cpnjposingofer.this .; 't",: r".tA." t m ;a sin -
.fIocI'"Ma.gUfb( eHlI an ezaet facslmttil5tn.1They iere7ie 1t.ia. -thTnk on these things.: 'letther there's aVprtune gptlpijhe L.f ; )aati -
.. aE&"Dl'E mw.e'th. I r 'QW Jtt.J1iS'' bl ; ( ; ,the" wee .y.. g.we'2 .g.f." .fiJ.g- t1. ail S
-=i Yi of the three"t$* l't<1at.doIIn11I4 mere eifthliiTesii4sis aU'gOCd pow> January, :much :bad been iwida; d don eM 1 } ". : : dependan a e anty'earned.
RTmSS'dri of J.t9
ifo iiiI"1.h, the.ta2Hng a gentleman point ther. Ochl. Ifyou .could:only see ,how to' the & \ :1WJ. by the ldes rwho L. bi4'uspicou3y
and be regard: oniofaprol1eioiialgovemmentforthe | t g t.< -" .
saj"hboiIdislr to
study
l.auiJOD Quarter11'i Torytibri1nharghbtcw" idly beautiful it shines.in the sun. An' thin the Y*'SeTeral : ; .
Whig; &IId'lW"'W.talDltu'RtYlow.; .leader nMv Sf and.a notable;promoter of it. It clane down to the cen territorY vflj' a rnr aagultyj..moat Womell, Up*of hedying woeaoahz sfiftlnchatale I
depth > ,
goes
,r ne "Ntorthl llriUsh Reriew-.is ttoroTawtligicMu direcH &d' thereto ; .ll geS'h appointed'deJ g.ito attend a 4pnygoo4 eha :;closeness and
', berepft g xciting ,men of the world. -The mountains Tim bras '
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',- ehMiwter.;bJinDB been originallr; / convention! ,Tfor-tthe:uiTrangementflf :fundamental t g 11t lr.dispoS\ions: she 1 ,
T fitod by Dr. ChzIwtnow, since his death by hia exemplaiy/'CtinTeriation' ; encouragingihJhiscont vains, and ivry vain is full of theeirculajtin' 'la wJor the' and other electt ) e e tbeujnost ,< eorro x ad never listened N
.iteier conducted ''!biJ.i06! lD-law,' ar.I1anna,, nance and authority; regarding majium. Would'nt you Jake w'bleA : country; & fi o-and vhedl she cihedeeIofebatity '

associated with i Sir Dr 4 Brewster. ItfiiUraty.. : the1'goodness of meaner,people by them yams,,.ould boy We've.nptjbprsej na urr now Und eratoo "t "!bc faking place extravagant cannot b moretuibpunded.; m thatLad beeo -the eaJ4M all miLupi -
chS3 cter b of the- order.- I ; iftth e remote partsjrthecptttttryjItisrlroi; their liberalitylthejnost cautious tn'tributioh. .dies
,: ..rir.Jghest\.'. \ ,.- ';' '.1: ,lia Aount1.ai1d'favor; he should pe such a i here,"'cepting ,mules, and as, qa8 pne Sf poised.tohare/thc:?OTnventron.:assembled ai .. :'"&>*:'r" '**" ; t.-.j' -,-? aess, ? felt tlatTUrtri 3M not room im J )
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t&1CZLItCtllZD: '. T ittlRLY.. f); i gentleman[ as Noah 'who preached righterasnesvby the boys gets, a' load e'p'uts it on the.back! the.Ptitblo de S, aoout.i&o'n 1 fromhs1a -j. fJNTo person.ofar fe'tiyears iiitn 1r'tiieorId bosom;to;appreciate 4sln1eestnd beoer '
; his words, and works before .
Psr'any-one- of tbi|jwriews; ,' f3 per juintunj O world." Doani. a ov the donkey and carries it to the Vmiayer*;" on the 4th of Marcb; but Lbelie1it bettehh; >'peism.W4s eterJest T, oience pf rjr cot 't3-
're two, five dolUw three seven dol-i irofane. -kop The saytriydieei3 iintlemen as in4formsec11etherthegOOld'8tbe kbw.wbonldJk1ivtibutIorjb.| -
Mpy orany .ass .will-b'e found, impossible assemble' ,all tldbvJh: tlaowJ : ; ">rs..;'f'
Ian;for all four oftt nrisws/eirht dollars for I IBla4wood" I. : rate stufl protncajn
:
Map mwo -;three dollars;for Blackrev "- ASINGuuaSi ai.-JYild Woman in ; You.: 'see> tberedesavin'kindo'gpojdthiy the:delegates at Jbattimermnaitwnfprobatbly.bf ( I l'1Mem. ratherJ rom one night aid Jeft ahliedwWtprimj; .

i and three |1%*;:ftine dollars for BUckinni.- %.-The VictoriaTTexas)' Advocate. 'relates or only ironpitaties., ;> ; : :found'Expedient;to; efer'the'me.e lpg 4 naltfral.diap itio t to Oblige TOSnTrom any aidni ome' bed. cloIabawkand: -
woed and thofonr iitwXra dollars ) catyipiJatiesiUJraan knbwn.that'the .
n jvw the following singular'story: .' urtir' Js present..Congresshaaajt t1IleI. D. subjectandtherefore 'never ..
fffvmentito" be s4rs'"in cU in advance.i '' :inyenshua i$|* oaL1sarpfntand-i acted/on'ithi question of.a territorialg6ernment' f.6sbonnderstand .good .
: cases lived and i in .
For the last 10 yrars'there has. 'I .vaiisbes in &thiclshmoke thebeketyingd.gno. -
iate
Jt
l -i ,1 ": 'lez put ; ":his:;vlILrobalyhr0wthL1! b dj djJ1 ho.dflJlo -I

.'. _J11)0' : inhabited the thickets' of ,the'Navidai, Botoms -, .widaWeittbIb15U:- ,. of1' :-- r- '\vbold question; ,' a&ire';.Jess,1n&41 .t'Slii4' tti fjrn'wit1a iCgirJis eagerness1f&ihhichas question and- *
r i'ti j P iaJ quirt themnanes. "I t.were
CenI1th.ba4I4OIThS1 of toe following va- in Jackson county' ;8lI.ni .uniyer nlfi abwit sO ih\l .thinttheme Ung'tf5lin
'laW.WPT1sa; : tiejr'B Miscellany; the Mebe sally believed to bea:, .woman.and! though It's healthyfrejin Sickto. 'Ymen middle of'April, anJjiof:at all should. 'Con-. .loutoxitPreason1eerve only 'toLuiil- _

L&JgsiIni ;Dublin'University Ms.gUin.Bk4kwood'jsjM1fle [iligent*search' has .frequently' been m e There's no jdlsea.se -''ceJ ther'shaki, greos have acted.n .;'J;,. .-..'-1: .f, ,' '..-f.... .' *. tiplyia4eibht':: i disputes: it is long before these thinf*came' bndafly yer iji :, ,.
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; the London the notC living soul' has-ever Keen'able,: ,,to ager; and the:?fitscomet;: : >nfir6t::.rate whig -. Captain:FolsprnJ" tafes that this.is a'most she chooftesV:bat then it3Js fixed,Iorerer;.-and praVer -HI1Mth'bs-
West
the Fort the I
Edimhurrh, Quarterly,and -
ouMter Hev&ews. A*}' one subscribing to Black. set i; though on one occasion, several years there's any sifthing:Uo ibe'..done.ifAa'ao oa .important.question to 've'ry tizenQI,:Califorobfor thehouMofromantictfriendshipareotwatint i 4 .

weo4. 'or to'DDe of the Reviews at 8 dollars a agO. a'party 'driving cowsthroughthe4Bot.ton ,. as.one 0.'. the boy gets therehake;himfbe ;-life jattdfptopertyrare,7and; : .wjU than her' after the-lapse of'years., -.

,year, or.to any two f>Iu pftriodicsJs at.6 dollars came so dose upon Jts ump or den,' as just puts the iftbeiiQiisfiMLabd b'* .cotinueto: henaatf.there Congress %;'A jBhehever:disgraces; het good catutebysevere .
win reeeiTe, MU rorameofanyof the. basket or trunk, wbich; fortin afore the trimbles off beiei
to
gratis compel to drop i make a small g .establishes a 8ab1rgerment! ji-i* -i reflections n IDI ; '
1D" s bo-re name4<'1iAinbserib: r to any three found to'be a' perfect l: "" '. :
examination -
on ; was i him. *' ..
f -.22yc her
AV > i BMB [ neveregrades judgmenbyjm 4oriji
ofie perio ft&dollars, ,! oeiv..TWO premium .'re : gb 1raise$, for,. veylhin ,! J i! :
volcmes M'w,. roieribe.:to .BIaokwoocl riety of'little trinkets, euch 1 as pins, needle While "' \vritingthii letther on the aide. being attacked &tody:HiUrVVorcestotCp.rPa ; trary:to' hergentIeness,.c"dJa t n; -
three reiviews,*M i tfoSare aeu.ortothe brushes and several l article8.whose there'stOI tI .- Ut -
*& knives, my bat4a4luck to.the crown .by a?AIr Bishop--: who ..owed'hintAan"otlT the evennessbf iirttu"b W" .<
.4 reviews'a"od Black*rolcmei.ft ***, a*.10.' dollars will roeire *-. use were entirely unknown, and all of the' -I: can'see one of the captains pftKiTNe g Tudge, shot; him deadiself-defenee; she : :;'Shetakes has.>; feadi..anc firin111;. -' l

THXXK premiwn most:ingenious and exquisite workmanship, York Melisba washing the goold in the Sa :'alfeged. ,_He ;' 8rreredbims.1I.-i o ( noJnore: frpa..thefemalechar;; cifcr ) .ct-g i- .

> Plea i.and'It tki faftteidar* ,*naming thtyrtmiixdttirtd and also small pocket ,Bible,.with "New r'lt1ento.,witbout a.s reen: 0'ree hefY' o &.\vait.the. result.of. :'a,"judiciaj. .investigation.. ', than' the 6oIidilv''cii mar le'. dots,1-froin. .. .it*. MiLt *gmi4ed p'ntet* GJ' .I
ww ,saktbedfr.f band- .' .
small
.5' ;. York" written it in a beautiful him, savin', your.pre'Mnce,. *Even the nysinaries A.64AitoieLN- f. Hf polish andlustre. _.It,;' ';:.,;' \ "*;*:; r.; j -

cL1gtJG; writing;. together with two guns, .one' of dig' like Sogthrotters;a11t:the we j : 1oWAsKiNOt0N.titio : .- ._-'She'has such:virtne'asi make" ni'a1ii e .

'ffar.4'S ep' *ipf any *: afl; o?- the abore works which .i it had stocked-haying stolen an, old and deliver mighty im rovln -dnsepqresji i : 'of' Cicero's ragments:;:the,followingremarkable the truly great of-par owa'sex: she} halll ; "

willfM sentto on*addvis; payment of the,eg. gun barrel from the settlements.The the Haythen on thennnghteonsnessbfma > sentfthce'occ lrs, wrTtten some the winning graces thai makes lovecerea; !-

.ular ube Iptlon for "fourth copy being principal reason for believing it to be mon ,on' a Sunday, ';Tbe Injuns is incens*' : eighteen hundred years goMFar: acrosalheoceanrjf the faults we seem'\he \Teak ;and beautiful. -
:
". a.'woman, ari from its track which. has in this way,wid the.sinfulness of ricbeed. ..:.,i : we may credit;.the Sybil1iiooks, ofherI'4; :f'.t. -" -',' .,1 -

-.ll;*..JVoriwMwns; witffr jfi'pm ttfurt tht above often been seen,and which resembles exactly sells it chape to save, their 8wK4& and after'm'ariy .ageVan xtensije andrich 'S. .>,: :> :_rrTrAll :*-* *:-.1 ... ,. ,w' .,
tfICI4c"oetvlt, will wemionu in ; '
eeoupe not that of small and delicate'female. It frequently : to Biddy," '4 r1in.("" lountry iPbe diacoverdanfl A'it; *ill' 4 v-' -- '
.eny ease W fondshed.' tnWi the subicriptlou Is a' Remember me I hty* been--or coold be onto ej. ,:jj i was qiwda.nd1 etee bystrap .

:IiI infnlS to tht LJ.wJthoa&r .. reooorse to visited the neighboring' housesrat tell her jf'lhe'U put'.the breeehw her I : arise herowbofb1JaIl"e: ; ciland arms, Others may be li thy tojonnuog here;';:J<; if 1 A:little daughiepnlint thteyeats cI4 !**. ,, ./0.I \UI. .
:_. t for the ,of picking'un' such *"* for ', ,- ., : 'Jr .. nights purpose can, ,makexhapes".pf JP"- -" Thy voice's( wonders wake their ccstacy. ,. ; frsP&ior

,.,' :'k. .: LL- TcPlEf' ;, articles.as- ,it can- l lay. -its.bands. on'clothing.'..,. knowshow-tp'.use adiggitf /:;''. :''it'! tL r 'iVh. ,.JhoU.' .I".h ppp__.__ ._'_3 _1.f'1..u\s 8h.a1"Ii o t-Thy.:glorious nuad tb'y mike mid unitesl'fli ia thom'ppei.rj, .'. T'jjJ:1' J'
1. ; *1ttA ? particularly, of.wbicto it IS. )poseo, iropthe the'- -: gopW than-.cunm- :vai m.nyi iiam- under lavoraoie auspices; anaou, : uu\v. .ujucu Till thou believed all soul : : .
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? %.* Lb. :&ritA! publishers l Jrbm time to lime, 'it has sb'd better;not baftberco' riori admirable ivilC.tei.be1 than'our:Brutus ;:\Viththe Imptsaiooedone thatthriBs Wore lhe.- .called: *
quantity But
offltackw s41dagslMsueure5 to BS early sheets wereknownto And feel'st thy fancy fire with fresh deightI I, ;. ?& M&
ceat wi1diwe ;hsU be able to place enough set up. a small mIUiner1'ahdothing and in her hataral:dtid,' for Yite <.ol a"pettyc t and CamiUnsUTbeRe predictions .As her,fresh heart out listens to adore thee-i I Ir a

'- .. t.otlN tuinbsr tb i ad* Fiub.oribers be store;. ; .- : *: ; ,: ; ;; might-breed a ruction in,the &ttement.! -.: burfAccius,:.and i"embellished with the or- And then;withdrawn within thyself again; .' .

sny p.oef:tt 4 *tetkpiit.dJnnyof ;About a year ago-,' it.wen :mtoj the.boase *.Jp Qdin'.to aadre>syott;; agin ,ahortlyjm. nameot? of.poetry Canany;; ; pnedpubt; I r;To high communion with all rood UtoaTl waken;
; ths srjc F4 tb1ip.n4:btheM- Samuel A ,wtcatow *h ent,' of nary'aflairsin thia\tolf i- iIo&berito our counuy.and our,%Vashfljgtu1c1 strength witt tben ash ofold WOII4IIPIL :
: of Roger the state picay !!! ; : 1. -
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pay so \' An4-i1d oompauioll'fot'&h.1Mh a&1eDJ :
oMMaJus mieach lt')6ok>:'portion( .of Hry,:I remain yer affeckshnit cozzen, J i .. '... .:.;. ,- ,;"-: .' ': ; -ij 3't. While eaeh in tarn will ftomaSeeUoaas*;i.i pFnow

: : Therefore we a 1 teedkineiln i fs ai fufl7t itting back ':1 f. .,- .;'.6..:. FizCLMAUOt rw.. .* ?r. -j '- ',1fwzb i' : : f- io.t--: ": j As when the sand is rna we break the Iu. '
'n titlawrrVoieaaia '- W1H1uGTON. g. ,
other damge.bitides !
th committing no : 1b..worl&ofLovcont.aeoiupsssed.lnAn
*i''Opper".nd T- '
177d.'Tbat'th may b ve'oppor idle frasmeut ptrewd ail4thsres4tI ,"jl!'itt
: .bod4 bid that of taking several articles" ofeuNhing troppa .f beb -
>Pars e.ddj' or Mo t4 It.'pub. hich after of the ,'The establishment pf va, J ija;:-pfi. tea trp tnnifrof attendingubli-:worship 'as..wellasto ,. -. ,.. .. ..-."..'.-- .. ,
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,:> goingto.theedge f"\i-J. t'II'
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J1rsA. Ou : tlJaYre.ia.no-Jo;
; Bottom it to have sorted -and between this port takf aome estjaf ,theTgreat1 fatcguetbey.bttfl : ..Dnra'FOa. JiQTJUJ.1ttuf''i Wu .Mr.
appeurs put nderstand"that : ..y, I von wiii jumpJwi1i
yester
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We: excuses
; doubtful g6n'lthrOTgBl 1ie general
_left such'articles barging upon a stick as it Livingston became be' ; ircsidcaia: )ltnrystrethHhrwife ul $&ry stra d bsesk'ihre'r
i-i- 1.. Messrs: Fox-'and" duty irbc.Sabath.cx.eept seetensl.
them iromfatigjie oQotnIClI.lbodf.had
Mr. who
did Dot Seem to require *|t also came to be:
Rogers'place! recentIynd brought.back.:.a owners/of that part: ot tbecontraCt0f;W Ich at the jt yards.', or on special occasions, ly silkownjaFrenctidrerwho: brought

wooden bowl, taken about year_since, anda Ocean1SteainNavigation'.Company : until;fnrth'erbweri; The :GeneraIvUorry the dress borne,-aMnplttckily, as H happen.
provides fonthe mail servicjj between: tie ttt be Inform tba1-the hari4vvrreked net theh9banj (tbeIady5ttbeL
for
hissing
( trace chain that.had been eightyears 0 herselfl ,. -
in
LEw1coLn '.These.are hut a tithe of 'the eccen- and, N eyYorc. .:?,The"steamer.,Fran ";! ttiU; .p.icifau:' rai g- nd, :;' ;i' i 'Ii atad'D8 ., 'tJl -herIath, .- .- .4 ,
\ 1sb&al )1lr tll ,
uea of the man,.,woman or ;animal but hlch"rfC'about: h&\Ffi go 1J.il1 vcerzctof Ji!ijtieinjo po' I. rl1i wan-. 'J.J 4- >.t it -

tbeyccrvtasa lpecimen.t n ...r ,: 4nto'Fox';and .-LiY ngston"a lobi ,}pg fashion, i 1i. oPJI tfle LAnd; the ha band ttTt : o i -

4 ;.:>Si sore are the p pe.on.: the,.:iN TuJad, will be rtadr-iu: boot!: Jhre"mbo W11.be1&5..- .! ., '.b.\ .,. ice vfll"tiy exipr efliitb4caltna'Te, position,_jepUeuV: La 'r.t J ; t: ,: : L ? : t :;

thai it ,i. :* wild human;beutgi that we,tndefctUa4 keel of-anothersteasflir .: ADd8flpjO511 t.l; !*e.n& : -

re&rdcffodycowsind; talves ha ittle hopeTm1wC &nthiUl'1! : ; -i: fiJed ;: F1'eei.L1P
.would insultbtuby _&"I am-dying or berar -'
O nOnac' .been'gr4 to yoneb :capture -' 4
b be 4iI1.oatin osedbypieitha ,there Lwa* ; WoiiUrv
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&tbnt'lx& thisveonjeetare h%.Kwe ,_ v h'u", {oof'-t* klcj n- :the--.. honest*g_. eeabiniefinta.-
A :b"tJh reJ .r"h!JJ1.b(! dOubt ctersjnasnk nfter'th hs ; WIp

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I. :. frrom f4 tt*-..li*&rng Gold Seeker. 'Thi i '' ;: \ ch: :11u' "I ''J digiutyevennd4tL ; .]t bt.n feH eaination.d E'fo th ; | / d"1 poor as to '
i which arrived onTutitfiyfromfcbRCTeis. '' i: 'k'p.vM.rflQMSQN i \ i td 1 majority h C p3iernet4by itttWCc'F; Theetfift : .
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,'k. had,been qatfe MifaJ.!iuminberiof; ai the Isthmus gold seekers but returned and d General 8 ii.m Agent.; .: t.'oiir'Ar. : vorks,'they will careful to stipulate and tb most imprnt i6E. ;te olce; directly on.few moth He takes o i risfc* toder this. caption,to Vrtrl .
; Tcrtislog fl hitjSsappoMaBjfcandin
in despVrrlof! {,$*$ lijissag from. Panamato _., -- -.- for the privilege of retiring'with dignity and Te Democratic organs both of Tallahassee back) a., *gentleman*, "from t M Yirginiaappears.* n the r'1sohalii ptjasjlfjind

San-.Fiasco.Among those who re- .WJIIO.KOJUNATION.ft. ,. '.'" leisure, .and_will i only'a the retention of e "and Duval County a greatly-.concerned the**atwet*tmr--aviH l!'hand-self/instruments, rc it S .powcsIh't jS
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._ .'of toned fte'Srause iereJ$8. ind* &California!& t8'd': Trading It.SlDltht and! EDWARD-A.- DE' few meagre accoutrements, that tfiey may, about our party\.nomination .for. Judge A of an mp !fitting ever requirment' the Wq'C ppomtmeit'di1ndianj.oij nWfcfwfcr W i:..: :

: B sailed from this port the semblance of an Probates. This grief over our inconsistencyU ,The > been proff eW b| ;
C unroutd
y"Wt preserve
Mt iti + young 'count S*
For Jndg of Probates or Dnral County. amyThe for 1' oridi Jt rnot tftctMary te
last. of Agent
p ill thellrig.2d; went of March round Cape bulk of their 'materiel of vrkr' tfr! ,I: almost a boisterous-. as the moaning abig without buine directly gather bim our present > rpyse5 tht awe fidW otier '.
Tour
e A *eorotJany stands of arnis.magazines cannon, &tl that took of office for no more than citi.
'Ijob.-being
f f their stores and other A KBAV MARE'S NEST. crili kZsufe begging .. thastate
.H portionl''i 111.tbl Nicaragua route, and The Unionof.the_ 19th ti contains_ an willingly fosfeited as so ,mueh"-l. whfeh, :aqueous!el dayor*two zeus oftbe'countryFhe persons at present course of t$ JUwutive: M* th>apw BlBfe"of

the r, tbe"'Isthmus* where.they editorial contribution sparkling with all the invaluable while the'tate of the day.remains since. These briny Uars, toether with the .,lese offices left\tbei families and ran Atfr foKFIorida It 'ocoa> efconscientiof ,
flog dotty 'which' the editor'feek .
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.. nO.remailhItepthOc< S&tchom: returned whoa Iave'Just with a view re- I I vivacity so characteristic of our eclf-expatria undecided, becomes insignificant whjn the soap so well applied to the pola"Aemy came into* f East;,Florida.,'None of the gene- himself atiieJyeaIleduponto.diacharp-:

I of tamed.obtaining Mrj!i ticiete for the company by the ted ex-Senator, entitled"Sub-Agencies among i white flag has been unfurled to the bes ;gers. of our anti-convention Wbig cpitalthings ral offices of the State' of the U. S. were that .be sooitd 'condemn; 'and 'damn 'every

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; a. Mxtt am rfrpmPanaraarbta:; ; dndsthat he the Indians." The writer introduces Col. If the vanquished have behaved nohl and to effect a result pretended to filed from the East: the Marsha w measure, Cfod'bad, or indifierentwhich* "

cannot securi' jwUagei earlier; than by the Spencer and JIaj. Putnam as competitorsfor stood by their entrenchments until ;very be regretted, viz:-the election of a "partisan" re.appointmentoUan, old one under.the,Ter either pmpqqe otleffected; by the prweH At J !... -
one"of
steamferj and thinks and the that whole hundreds companywill of the officeof tsuryeyor General, and dwells hope of success had vanished, their language judge. Duval County does'nt receive these ritory. (a gentleman from Virgnia in South I most ministration convincing Ij'lhi proofs*'we -esteem of the rettitodevfh as -
'
I others probably wiUlpilsb'relurn)return, by the earliest conveyance with much emphasisiipon the success of thelatteraricl1be' to the conquerors,will be, We have defjnded foreign attentions gtis and thepay: of the Florida; and when that made- intoa course for]M.kV roine in a direction eo

MB JC. con fiims other statements : **S l1ff of the former byan our flag against fearful odds; but to cortinue piper o may be'the of an ultra Demo separate district the new Marshal, over trarytotheL; rr of .the stream, wiu '

: bed, that. there are "- \ the strife would be madness We surfender crat. remainder taken Irom' he West, as reach its hewl- rico so snrelfbi! tstfts '
.4 whiehwe.hajpmbli i { appointment a ub-Indian agency.- -- the wa _. . oppoaitecothsindth.o
to
L- some sail foe 2,500"diatrfis.!,VaJly. awaiting" Some hal opportunity been awaiting This 1ai merely efibrt'ta sow dissension and our strongholds, with all their content); but Perhaps our neighbors may overlook the had previously- been the -U.- S. -Uistnct At- TatiC mlly, and I7at ia. :,:., ";

lw0lr*ntll and hanbaJ exhaustedtheir jealousyjimojigjeading Whigs-to set the we must be permitted to retire as soDier, fact that St. John's County "Democracy"has torney oyr the'.whole.' The ,U.-"S. Judgewas bly; w wirive. 'at 'rrnza.Tkrr*& >
j
% ehtire' RJ&CVN! *nd'were becoming desr several applicants for'any office within the not a dsrrdg.. We arc prepared; to narch made a party nomination for.Judge of re.appoinle.in South Florida, a''w useful kind fneatisigflbOZTtslsfatum :'t< J

perateTwbijtoung men who recently landed gift of the Government in array against the from our entrenchments in ofder, buj th Probates, and, a we learn, chosen Gad Hum- the Judge in the East, who had'been sent in whicB efveto slow.ua to-'aui&where"O" "

on the i jIstKjnnAi, with each $1,000, had and one upon whom the choice of the appointing officers must retain their side-anns an? the phreys. They don't seem to have practiced the Administration of Van Buren, only the i not and.cb tchJ Dimmer? a whh.encenz1nu_ -jfallacios.l4t.j -

spent gambling jhj-eivUreJ, !fen ;(''offered amount six.in months'dissipation faithful power happened to fall; and in paying any men each a musket and a round of anmq- more upon the "theory" of the Floridian jurisdiction was increased by being extended oyr. l lpresittn' 0 '. : \ it't

cervice at'barft labor to any one who would peculiar deference to the clams: of Colonel nition* We, believe terms sme\Yhat\\; than ourselves; the Democratic organ of that over the Middle and West, 8 that both these 'Ve intenI to tice more.pattinI il1 1i ; '

land tberajatfny.:port? of the United States, Spencer over those of Major Putnam, the these were exacted at Monterey, by Appudb county may not find room for tbe pings gentlemen, were continued in office, and they editor's sate4enti'as!! |I After to the mention appoialee the ia th.-.,".

but could fjndjno; one to accept their the proposi Isthmus writer manifests not so much the sincerity a name not particularly .identified with" I in the present crowded state of kept the clerks in, that they had before im .present l Spencer a, diu? tj\,; ; j-;

I tion. Unless thereat number on : of his heroics on previous occasion._ .' as it might take a little of tjic Thus were the of those mSlr t' P ::
shall soon! nd either to return or go eulogy as the desire to create a breach any especially ported. expectations Agent, e ipate&aLWs4ington .
on to the promfeed land, there must inevitably between those gentlemen. So far as able l This may b regarded a the etiquetU of shine off our Whig movement. people realized, who had panted for a changein mas .:: :

Le much tkgering-probably robbery and and zealous services in the Whig cause give the battle-field punctilio which save; the But we are at a loss to see how the actionof the old system, and looked to escape from of stilling "' 'doopflpftUdaiKeanU.n ':;: ;

murder-fojr btfeng out of money, they must claim to official honors, the title of Colonel vanquished the mortification of an ulti ate Whigs in Duval county convicts the party what,was called bondage; and they gained expense,Agijn saddledt be,:states pon .the: 'I&im-: ; ;

steal Mr.'K.,:rob'.qr ;starve; '! tickets for steerage passage I Spencer is perhaps second to nonecertainlyfar precipitate retreat, and enables the vie to of hypocrisy" in having pursued an opposite in like manner the income for "the educationof m r purposeJ cdkncwg the Jr.- !

in the'neitftKuner' from Panama which I superior to the rank and emoluments ofa exercise a degree of magnanimity \hic the course in tinvs pat even if we had, the youth of both sexes," so advantage- disappointed ipptesajit.', In !ji. >:_ i

here cost t|.00, ".ete selling when he left sub-agency. We wish sincerely that he bold and the powerful are always as is cunningly insisted on, held a caucus. ously set forth by Mr..Ynlee. The Assembly tracts it will,) e"*.ttae writer In. -, ;':'t .

I from $400 to $7pO One gentleman who returned had been tendered something more flatteringto ehibit. But what would we think rolto The party of to-day knows not what the circumstances under the happiest influences, finished ner very'makes una: n pettonal, t., c11t bit and ndldtsl IKvidiousattacl \:< l;:
in the Nir:'erner, sold his ticket for forth. term, ;' :
$475. 'The clima>s i is quite healthy, considering his feelings and his merits. But it does army turning, after they had. : of to-morrow may bring up all, that nothing might be incomplete.. |''Pl n Colonel S. tHerej ":,',
.
i I the latitude;and an a general thing only not follow from all this that in Major Put- citadel, and lifting up their hands in lama-| As for our.,cojiscience, it's pretty well The Judge from the Eastern Circuit of the sentshimn
those who' ate dissipated, and unnecessa- nam an excellent selection has not been tation that the victors were about to seated with Whiggsm, and we have no desire State was made of the late U. S. District a a uclamoj< '!.tfind. a ,umuTnvrrplicant "a. ':

rily expose'-themselves, become sick. A made for the office. He has not been priate the captured! stores to their \ app' that our be visited upon our' appointed from abroad, and the for j ie3'Tbat the frs of
prom- ,
Attorney Whig
large"portion .
the .i.
Dr. Smith, $f Indiana,died at Chagres on consis Spencer, an ; -
29th ult.. .. inent in the late campaign, but he led the What would we think of the staf casting friends who deem themselves more Solicitor was made from a particular friend in the'; Stale: are ''rpDt-t: '

1 Our inforpiaftt L saw the la.ly of Col. Fre- forlorn hope of Whiggery in a darker period their side-arms and dimming theii epaulg gg. tent We fear we can't be purified with, of Mr. Yulee, and nothing more, in the Mid- par. -i.ent.A' -'vices; in_ the__ %._ _;1

mont goinfrup'jj&e, Chagres iiivcr: in a canoe and has adhered unflinchingly to its with the breath of sorrow, to think that, iy any thing saponaceous. die, who only prepared himself for the ne 'during tne J rcIlg nave oeen OTCT-' >\
he came 4o\m from Panama. is tni4.t{ also fiat they,** -!
as standard from the first moment lines giving up their 'flesh pots" a well a tl in loked I
party 1 The Floridian If Journal also chimes cessary qualification in the opinion of the 1 rnocrats-geraemen, h '

STATE nw; ALABAMA.-The gross were drawn in the State. To this he adds fire-arms, they were _compelled to resor to with the charge of usurpation by the new Assembly residence in the East-by a anticipated a m that.1?t>'one who occupied the tt;

amount of the debt of the State of. Alabama ability and reputation; and hi.Jou j residence ...O.HUV*ance f We can imagine manyn Administration in the appointment of sub- late removal from one bank of the Suwan- sition that heflul.ia the State dnrmg the l'I. ,

is estimatedjat. f;207,555 55, from which is lit East-Flnrida nn on t. -0 local considerations old soldier of the rank-and-file, who had often contest, and o'>discharged its dKties
-e the Indians. Can't our to the other. Whether the "
nee
-- 'of- theTstafei'fj'-rV.I.Arl 13t anathe debt is reduced favorable to his appointment to an passed '' imminent deadly breach droopt' agencies among Es.ha manner s htiiily itleoto himself. antitwho ,
pf the Sentinel knock some of the caused itself to be heard the been \
to $7vflkiOi( i. 55. The annual inter- bffice the duties of which are now ing with shame at the degradation of th| .
est on this illbt'payable+ ;: in New York and chiefly rust off his cotemporaries about legal matters Democratic rule, or even has found such'an consistent W jgV'faithful to his prtyn4rbocaftvass /
confined to this portion of the State. superiors. We can almost see the self-de the
London, i is $4747 80. Some of the Ala But ] Just to think that they should talk so! value of property for going into a during the l la reYd hbesj..
increase
bama that the State shall laying aside all other suggestions, it is well nying host, insulted at such pusianimit numerical : in the.Stater:andDefeated wbI7
paper*Iptpjiose; State, to compensate for a heavy taxation, .:
c the known that, however ready to resume the line of a never I before the peoi
purchase he'riovfH.bonds at fifty cents on numerous applicantsmay scomirg ] ha '
[COUIUNICTD. we leave to Democrats to find out. This, TI.nn. in GeoriaTwhCye
dollar, and jhuiftny\ her debt with some be, but one can receive a single both the coveted prize of the enemy, as well' OFFICES IN FLORIDA. i either in : ;r "
three million hvfMinndreJ thou and dollars, appointment however, is certain, that while the most lucrative a series of I j served erthex aaeti. <.
; and we apprehend that Whigs as the covetors.In The last change in the Collector of the sentative or asls! ntor in her State Lrai-- '
while otheis! 7pile all measures of compro- offices in the East have been filled : ;
mise or repudiates'm who are such from principle cannot be this atitude: of humit have the D port of Jacksonville deserves some notice- tnre,'with hoitiiibhimself\ and to tr r-,
from its limits
by directly beyond .
-4- t.Th t.- tempted into bickering at a result by the i mocratic presses placed party which theypretend rather more than has been The persons satisfaction of fiis arty-I say it 7 \ j,. '
publshed. offices in other districts have been
,. no of th' ,7"ty
:
of the fled his atfarg'
WashjnjHolf. correspoalent cuteness of mischievous adversaries.The to represent. After being defeatej removal Dr. Byrne from his recent freds porn (
"t Charleston (uije4 generally less at fault ap from the East, nor have w- knowledge of '.. ; K
c than most of\jthe\ scribblers at the Federal distinguished writer in question also in a pitched battle-after being route, pointment is no mark, as some may suppose, any office affecting the whole, to have been I justly esteem* .{:.as their J ,

: .\ Capital!, whomaBuVacture; news rather than utters a jeremiad about the removal of Col. horse, foot, and dragoon"-after of a thorough-going Whig feeling in the Administration from the East, the single soli- can testify, aman&'willbe :. v .; :
except
"IIi".', '<.7i'f not appear to, hkvpt\t writes as follows: Butler-because 'he was a relative of Gen. fought a gooJ fight and shared the uncertain i although the appointment of fed if. proffered aprjappoinr.! ; &. s;"'
appointment of an examiner of the .
: The President ppWp solicitude on theJi. Wm. 0. Butler" and because fortunes of war-their leaders have tary have been onifwortny n. yactcr '
great the blood of pausedin Colonel Hart may be the evidence of some ., Land Offices in the Slate, of two or three his posltibrt v i hi* *
of California. Recent
.." subject the,coa.iTjtiott the Butler family was poured out in the the route, and are pouring forth tears of such quality. Dr. Byrne, during the worst Col. S. i is M4H'v
advices represent;;that there is no pros- months duration, and which included a re- ..
Revolution. This founding mans claim piteous remonstrance that the spoil, in Florida while it warranted to 'fU te-
j-.t of the formation of a Provisional Government a "the days of Whiggery sup- connoisance of the Everglades; and this, (we $ .
andljtite'coBntry:; ; presents a scene to office upon the exploits of ancestors is biscuit, cakes, and butter,*' hare not been ported the "vested righU" and conduct of our believe toooldapolit' Ujl.Utr"{ :_\ ;:
notoriously,) an appointment by
of anarchy arid [confusion. The President gt fidence In S9n.tcrr.iF> I ;It. ;
perhaps a feature of Democracy which a sent after them, that they may be enabled to banks-was distinguished a Whig as I
a a the then Senator from the Middle the tb
is ,
j measures' whatever
taking to exert limited
4L truly Republican Administration themselves, even in the depths 6f been remarkable for a Demo- -
means to gorge their he since !
;;.vers he may-.bare; under the Revenue ha carrying--11! vt ftg piansfandpiadeby
It, of the latf1 session to preserve order. It rCl'udiate-especia.1Jy in case? where the removed despair. From the great ex-organ atWah.. crat. WjiavJicardhisJyiceihatliairnng : Walker, done(as was remarked could, [t ": 1 "
Scretr
,
.
., : ';. ears from;* Afr. Johnson's .Jetter.ihatirer JncumbenL-ba haLL* ffit -S-'. L.,,. .-tllnd. thai me particularly recommended at time) ih the often- h : It '
.1' ere rtki4iikwrra| the country for a terof century. the raiying cry is l'o crptio .. of late to the Democracy, among necessary absence, of Mr. and e. t-_.i t : t. :34 r '

L 1.1.(1: "ahle goternjneiitijl If this is so, no territorial The writer's heroics about the blood of the is prescriptive It.i is whom he was enabled[to find a distinguished Ynlee a a West "Point examination, for We see,. l.fJ; ,1I't:1 th *.>'/P t .'. :* :.c'
Government would be of which his then .. b or
or :tat\ any recent attainments ad'freh opponcn'SvMri ; : ;
.. -WwL( '.jf .1' Butlers, however, is altogether e ioical- ousting from office a' few beadles of the patron. He changed his political opinionsa education particularly recommend him. This and those of ft. ,.. : ..;u t-. l' ,.fj

Gen.Foote Is st ; a "of forms ,:
.: I learn, in writintia vindication of the policy assumption on the part of the Taylor Administration themselves with their tails in their mouths State; he altered his profession of princi- a If, by theraJ; :' f, 2a ,
'
;. of the late administration. Mr. \Vest- in the appointment of these sub- beautifully typifying the Chinese symbol of ples because.-as he published in the Washington sort of second exception. We have never New intends U>' "'t" .fr.-t T,, .;t. JfOI. ,
still ini statements found any fault with part of these manifold Col. Spencer hw $4te : ; ; .'
cott is busy preparing on any
}. agents. lie has given the qruu to the subordinate eternity. I people were to jude foolishly, Globe-he discovered the Whigs to rou3n I "mtirwoHns'
the subject of our fcbaunrrce with the dependencies and an ( 7't&
7' arrangements we are to do
: ;
*: /. of Spain. .'*, mouth-pieces, who have suddenly they would suppose that. the crime of the be Natives. From that time he was a Levy Mr. Yulee the ready from our knowledge of: fa.ea'w#

C I' Mr. Webster will soon retire for the eeaJT sounded the note of illegal appointment new Administration was hardly exceeded in Democrat, and certainly rendered that gen- justice in this we ever hopeto rised to assert tKfl f A'a-tuawf. t'euas.

.? .." son to Marshfield, and resume his treatise He "demands of the Secretary of the Interiorto enormity by the rape of the Sabincs. But tleman some assistance in his last course receive. Therefore, one office and further from irhom it may j'.is false..atd-& ."'
.
iiIt, on the goTernmeut tbflhe, United States. In be informed of the Act of what is the extent of its ? .It has ejected exception, we are reminded, remains.. to:bespoken In fact. the reverse! 5s trae 'C L'S c,' before the
Congress under Jilt people, just previous to his becoming it4
.. the mean time, he i ft engaged in preparing to i of, of immense concern to the we k! nn4ewonJd7. -- b .
.f':', ;'', present the claims of numerous clients before which Mr. Spencer, of Florida was made from office those who had notoriously Senator. The Collectorship of Jack- of the East people heretofore done.i ," II'Jm-\I".y "t.. .

.. J. the Mexican Coranission, sub-agent of the Seminole Indians, and under neglected their official duties to take part in sonville had been filled fora great number or of no less importance to the the man and tbq bon#st poUticiiui to be lOiIIl"

r. '" ,.. :; '. .I which his salary allowed him was fixed." elections-those who had- ..eps.p'ublc' 'of years' by Colonel who resided in Treasury of the U. S., and with a salary, orp'ment a hanger ont ,ksfe'rihg (or weeks'around :
'('l : '., .daely.iRck and Lois of 1.1ft. Dl ( !eitheras * )' ?: March "We are bold to say (he adds. ) tf ;is an unblushing archives to enable partisans Tl Newnansville, three trave from his commensurate with its importance purlieus ofofficpi 1 a
On the 31st of a Baltimore pilot days' of the b>ggar, or "mUll ing" applicant,, seeking: 4
U. S. in jl
; fi! boatwhile craning i>latitude 36 deg. 14 min., I usurpation of power, without.shadow passions f -those. who have hal a lifeestatein post-a man of property, who \transacted cusl the suit of the appointment, t".' 't. \

t. ,.; -' about sixty niiles from Cape Henry, and I of legal right, and exercised for political office, contrary to all the ,anti-monopoli his business by Deputy,and visited the town representatives of the Duke Alagon against The editor see**?o take it a.ea'tQf 1>

: '.. about thirty-five miles from land, fell in with purposes, and to smother the clamors of a sing; principles hich Democracy has professed once or twice a year. The the Government, which! i felicitously bestowed being appointedlije .jnust.'per'' force' '"".

the wreck of.what :ihey supposed to be a disappointed candidate for another office." -and those who slipped into office \\"a va- on a gentleman of the East-the Hon. though be makerfhun do so in a"gra mbIing J .
sloop, bottom'up. i A small boat was sent to snug : te by his decease, when Dr. Byrne, a recusant Mr. Yulee and "dsappointe4"manner. :a.nd.rtIn ins ..
the wreck, when it was discovered that there The charge of this :"unblushing usurpation"is berths between two days of the retiring and Democrat, receive the past, for the himself! Perhaps it was judi- species oi npnonjbltf exile to' the'nr.roosl .

were persons tonfiicji. !inside. Raps were made with most unblushing effrontery. incoming Administration, fondly dreaming 'same reason everybody know, that the cious to disregard any slight possible objec- limits of civilized- there to'grumble! ilk

given on the bottom''1 inform them that they There is no act of Congress appointing these that in the general confusion and scramble .former incumbent] a was said to have his tion the Constitution might interpose'to this I (they) chooses (e&o e) at the ingratitude

were heard, and axe, : i and saws being instantly Indian sub-agents because the act of June their interesting cases would unnoticed. kept selection of an advocate from the Senate of Republics i in sweet union with soroeduskykfrkeepokee -. :;.
brought, aU.! >M(9 wept to work to cut pass 'only that the kindness was more recent and as ,or to vebt his (their) impotent ma- ,
the' bottoiri extricate them. In 1834, organizing the Indian Bureau, Whatever the presses the the U. S., in order to bespeak a arm
to
4 through a expressly may say re well within the memory of others the strong lice la kicking Indan dogs and cqpper-coldrel tt
... short time (hey eptild': be heard speaking. vests their appointment in the President Democratic people prepared to chime in\\"it tenacious recollection of the recipient.a in such a judicial tourney, where we already squaws." To satmat the above.contains: -' fan
Ajunall hole beirij bl, the confined air escaped of the United all this? Can recognize, as in menace the other If
States alone. By that act the any one, possessing reason, '-oThere no doubt that the on side of ungentlemanly; iin rotxx i thrust It.
very fast, aadj before the hole could be'made general agency for the Seminole was discontinued think for a moment that the grand schemesof of Mr. Polk Administration the lists, the lance of fierrien, and the pon the person who ,bs been pro :red the tpolntment >
large enough;jhe vessel sunk, and five weighed upon free actionof of ludiai in.Floridv.
aU that wtreon board and a sub-agent appointed in Locofocoisrn are to be binding on those derous battle-axe of Webster sub-Agent
per&'J1s; perished.The pursuance the Democracy of at least East Florida. would be but j\il& -statement oi the trulli.
V vessel is sdpposed have been capsizedon of it. The duties were performed bya by whom it has been defeated! We believe She had been told-and it powerfully con- We hare been led unexpectedly into a It shows most pr <&ely ,the ciEbreof-

had the been 27th or 28thcJt.! ,'and the lost persons civil officer until recently, when Captain the howl set up by the Democratic-press to fributed to satisfy a great with the retrospect of some otb Democratic rule in .writer's ideas of official duty andthe;: exalts-: .ifrP
confined HbQut three The many
4 opportunity for' c&nVeTsation; with days.the lost Sprague, of the Army, was appointed to discharge be an empty one, that can find no echo i proach of a State government-that the ap the 'East for the lat four )'ear. The appointment lion of his views bf.j official app ointment.
4 them in addition: the the bosoms of either appointment of Hart is As \!have saidjhp;: seems inca; ble! of ett-
was so brief that lames or the cause of to military duties party. of officers at decidedly a'good one, .'
Washington, often tertaining other li but that
ea appoio
an
the disaster not sscettai ed.-In fact of his For i s and the candor of all any
was ( the post. aught we know to the Gen. sides must allow thatit .
Eleetol at ,Senator.It made from persons out of !(a matter ment must be accepted-of comae they'
'pilots, that were they so intehtin did fcqttak: their* time efforts to make for a rescue contrary, Capt. S. received the compensa wi be remembered that Gen. Cass was irritating and of long standing Florida ) is at least good for 'Whg. He is a gentleman God-sends; reasoning, or.rather 'grabbaij' .

,. y. 'ft enquiries tion, ($750,) in addition to that provided for to his present seat in the Senate by a could only be controlled when complaint of ability and respectability, antI the i at conclusion; sine* it is in sonic shape C1 .
F..r- ; country form connected whbanoffice bjrthe'of I
,
his date of
services. whose
1'1' mjlitary In the new of coming: here is farther back
appointment majority on; tote of the Michigan had from nnijl
,THE LAn Legis escaped "vasalae, was en. Democratic prewotand prai- h COIt'P
CoLd IWEATIua.-We have
a civilian has merely been reinstatedin lature. The Detroit tiled than that of our town, or even'of 'our flag.
now received accooqU from all parts of tbs:: Advertiser declares that to be heard : siders that the iuiul iest favors Tire b kj4

: State, South Carolina ,Alabama, and a por- the duties of the office, as formerly. To one of the persons who voted for him, a Mr. I ii! Congress. It is a could.makeitijet, The Doctor (or' the General, for he was thankfully received ;and larger tones.

.._, tion of Florida 'and; they generally agree say that the appointment is an "usurpation," Redfield, of the 4th Senatorial d'istrict was tlis delicate period Col. Polk had elected to be a General after he became a I fully expected. t'l-i .1 : .1

: -- that the Wheat crojpjiwd: that portion of the merely convicts Mr. Polk of the like offence; illegally holding his seat in the and fr pnd from sent a DemTocratcan rest his harp'for a little timeon t Again: : see the,4riter'a i xaIficra '
body; Virginia to Key West to IaathroptcnoUonbP4fficia1
qualify c1utY ,
Cotton which ,
have been entire- i
crop jwM ttp for the
after willows.
the lJle
immediately The
t r. _. Jridestrpj-ed.. jn .Cbqi lias-.u1fered.grea1 passage of the Ore- destitute_ any right to cast.a,vote tb hipcll _,by-some lt redenc to receive parsing' ,over his' recent -I Aero, .perhaM bj d same rulet .
.
; I '!*jury likewise btt that cn be'remedied by goirbihVIre pointeiTtliree persons to act as Shortly after.Mr. Redfield's election, he re1 Collectorship ,one the best offices 'apPt' ;m by Mr. Polkjjre ''in kicking IfldiB,48.! ; .., mre4. '
,. .ntiDg. If tne!Cither has been sub-agents in that Territory. The section his district and are mahyTtiars squaws." Truly sriificentH lea! Ad ; .
as se- went to New York, where mthe country. Upon the admission of the waen. writer .
.
which 'he > ,
,, vtrein Mississippi; ..Iur iana Texas and of the law of 1834, under whichJhese.ap. his family bad been among the narrow circle of officeholders ligbtCulroutine ofmztes]J
for
Sate
visiting this bk:
7 near a year. arrangement was somehow dis : excited imaginati$lecturing ft Irt to '
,- Arkansas aslfwti 4ri.Georgia it must have pointments are made, Is as'follows He then in the who : it ominous
; removed with his may shsdeihe
Ea.
-' tht effect to the the ae mindhiaenvyisted| to
of city necessary planning at Talla "
: greatly rtritaifing the Cotton and family ccred' I .
SEC. 5. And be it further to themselves 'of *
enacted that 'an approaching forth .the ViIOIb
v' V teat a of where he leased muetneeds. p4uij
e crops aM {iently of raising Detroit a house, with the preceding the election of labltyJ
..' .trc5.. There iskctton competent number snb-agento shall be appointed intention of He has certainly done some to his wrath,in the shapt of slurs,
.
in seric
:4 seed enough the Presiden ulimate and male: ijS, Senators; and this friend of the Preside .
: hy ; with aft annual purchasing !
: l." lixj country to re-plWit A but as his friend did misstatements UpCe; 3P
j thelinjay evidently the best be
.: to the WbetYiniamedenree crop salary or seven hundred'and ,fifty dollars arrangements for the property atpoli'his !! was appointed Lire-Oak. Agent which friend : whom.he ;Destined inUeDdOUallll'j
be each, to be employed and to reside former residence. him-services '\vl'rendered and official"tIapst !iff this 9
>rj lired by piantinthrhre.1 largely or com. He became beg highly displeasing to him, directly an
.-_' r' .cr'I ilepithli4an. the President may direct,'and & WhereTefj' in Detroit. and.the T). back to on his way fairly,.rered. 1; neat of ; rnjws of '.
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.. :lo''t' '. ..w v bond with one or more sureties in ,qt Vabingnand dian sub-Agents,th logs and sqiiaws"_)1;-.
.i:j j.;' .\Wox'izk-.The Portland- Argus : sum of one' thousand dollars- fo'rthefatibfi1execution erb making' a party canvass of the ward the \', 'ol Liv-k. cy i in .,A G WAT Cooiosrrv.-W. .av boon sow, thank "'their'J lucky at? that they are freer] _

p i 'I 1', femes bow Mrs. 'Jeremiah Sweet, stung to of the same. But no sub-agent he lived, placed:his'name) on their IbeJEaet was then given to A personal friend, quill, la the pith of which,just above the fctml, from the rule of tl illipartyiconimeocing. i |

.I ..' madness'broke the fotnjture, window .glass shill.be appointed who. shall reside within !lst and boasted of. the accession i ;to'their.. of IJr, Yulee in the Middle, and the agen"y, a found concealed bra pin, Mar two Inches. "Old Hickory," 'de ceding the scale-tow..:___ _

:- ::: and bottles o(H; 0. Cole, who she supposed the limits of any agency..where there is an of. man" who would be in the) Middle continued in length. Ik was discovered by 'a mostriinpleicircumstance. "Young Hlckorv,"i ax roceediny.vea dovft: -
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J v" eU her husband {ntojuc ting drink., After agentappointed. a quill to the person of.thedtjpient _____
_ ', .4 :4 ,; completingthe; Job\fshe get.into her chaise The charge thus refuted'shows mat for the Whig orators ; Secretary- OD, and who had been bunch fof the pnrpoM'of:iaaking' &th-plek. tide under notice.U bi i. ... *- >_ _

: p : tat drove off.e ghe ha4 repeatedly requested of e> tneactiongnesfl .canvassing'matters, in. relation. ..to. 'the. previpusly sent from"Virginia. The. xpla! *' H. Uid.the feather part upon a le./a pressed /The writer.attempti, o 7 draw.aainvidiot*.< _

r t.: .".". : ,RIa ,'nor' let $. ef4hnsband have (the neW'Adaiinistration.'S pppjw'tioi raised bgalnsUhe approaching'.election_ for_ Senator, ]it was.. n6iofthe first appointment to the people the blado'of a penknife upon It t Mrer'it from the distinction betwee Goh.Spenc ,and Mr:_ _

.... '., ,.. .T."Im. ,---t ..He""!*'>*" aae"anmdl1ltrioust time It'is: a the came fouad that the 4th district would be minus a .fyand'.there were some barreL: The blade peiietrstedth6 qnfllj bat,yet PuVbo has':revived the poiatme&t: .
.t, V' _. -rrw.0--. !CitiZen.I. . ,I intended to' palliatethe numerous r bo't very' impertinent inquirers seemed obrtruoted.by; some, metallic'..snbrtaneWwithin. of Surveyor General ein, this .hei '* _
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__ ,i't. : ) rhe.urlm(Lit- author of rfeartSclc ratherjeontractid 0, .' : a new election-'itwas determined tha"| Mr. noJ uflcr ;tbet.ijuestion.to)be' llinltcduLi the pin uisdelti a, appear ne from.the upper,oneIt.wai \| u the fond, hop*. ('dlaaentiOOJ .Ittior. ____

: .t Kl WvS'TMjJSJE' er*,.eontaini* fron, ,Jewwhea: uamIni.gwe street, his Redfield'shonld'take;; his seat;._ On theiith .. ii isnt'cquld- .] entrust''the,faithful to A" bdd a.to, was' 'any effortto that jealousies' fh: foment) ;(_ _

[.j If ,<_. 'if :!|!tiort"4'Mlm tfn:\ .I..M M havereflectedupon'the'collateral : Hewfcht January his'right to'_V seat was; mooted Jn. of:the'duties o Lin-Oa Agent to draw H d 1. i exttb1.teaItbTigiL ,- prominent members 1:9.Vhig)W.tie : .
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