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: May 17, 1849
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033813
oclc - 02707282
notis - AKM1526
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System ID: UF00079922:00012
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.:ENCE.. .: A Broadl.Fiually.jBhe-: ; : ,J%btly! ,:,up; some natured t Ju11.' Pose'ozinakiug the most mone'ID the short : '. .

i / t t, !, .BT. GRACE. 'pRCEKWOOpI. : ', 7. dazzlin.. .whit, ?marble_ jstepsi arid ,enteted 'a '" .jProm the original forty-six; slips, have,inCre -. cat too r'Ae' set'out for North.Carolina 'and f'4 <: r Jnl" :
'aU '.r.tUU bMof the. Board of Trusleei, Albert" '' Morris' t 'Philadelphlan plaan.but; elegant-looking mansion 8Moma sed to three thousand fire hundred plants, after vnae months ,, r'f_. ta"ca". .... ;:: .
i :a young teaching French and mu. ., t. J'" '' '
d.imVTfcDmafctilkL U followlnr' repllotJoDSM9t4.ftr he'glanced! at the door-plate.' : hilf of which will bear' .L' rU J U'.. '.j.
of family, wealth, fine. talents onside ible passed : .one : next'July; The si ,"and cadinj 'medicine- with",Dr- Johff WUII et UlC .. .
wax tIn, -Thti ckoUitle U> fOTdrnmeBt jew to consiit of'of 4id ODI In term, beauty, and mirabilt'dictulwith all these, It bore hill own 'name--and;; with a feeling appJes! does-as well at,St.: 'Lucie;if not bet ,Dickson at Asheville,she remoN ChaM-.- the os i '. ". > ; Q .'. *'its. ::

of tea'. &'*nd'olaM the Ant Thnnda in. Ite-.. an honest feeling heart acute sensibility half pleasure, half pain,0he recollected.that t-rt;ttiaa in Cuba-the fruit is larger. add bet ton Here het 1tCbt music alone"and read c :, 'th. .: .a"l .
ettfcflr.rfe b., here resided distant relative of his f father: t tKfe/1 went there to live in' 'M1111l". tIo'Dr
j ttv1' correct moral principles. 1842, Therene.tbasbeea ; -. indnstnously tinier.direction of Dr.Fanvuel I ?
'-,' 't pure ;' ; obertaonr4 '0!the. .
"7" .JI? t TtrrrioM.' It chanced that ont. sunny afternoon 'in' There had: one; been somei'dift'eren' es between | anyfrosUo injure the most ten- ,H. Dwkson, then a taident of Charles . '. -" <" .' .
Ltxfl October this "unexceptibnable' 'you '" herb the families,"and"all ''intercourse bad ae p'intsV" The rainy"season :.is from May ton; ;and now,Professor of"ftaetiee In ihe '\.11 tr) ,ce't., :; : _

'O&\1tftMh1i; $.4Ig, .rUtDLand arlthmetlo, of ours,was'Eauntedflg down Chesnut street. been, long sincsi suspended.-,.. > to'Jaly, and'in the fall';from' October to'December University of..NeYorjt. cj : .t- i: .1M r %., #
with Snrliih .
per Mtjeotm.hr.r tens. $lf I tb*A ore the,sbove, With the grammar higherVranchei in a listless, or iiather,,unhappy- mood"his j.As might,have been;anticipated, Mr.,.1b ; 'Mr.:Foward 'adds':.." I believe" Two years ago she :cme.tIbflaklphi, 'sQ.kieb! lILuty' 11M.,{@tfMl'. i, .

ofaa Engbfb education;embracing natural brows lowering and his eyes glancing about rt Mdrris"suddenly'became 1 an active'p ctna'ker to.bthe'rnost profitable .countryfor" a,poormanjn for the' purpose of'-pursuing the study A ne _

mental and. a .rly philosophy rhetoric, lo- with a"look of restless .discontent- Now, .' Such cold feelings estrangement the United States.1gemi.tropicaLfruit3.there"flourish.'/ .,. That summer, Dr. J. M.Allen, Profesw o? fIil.Z.
botany cnemislTjr, geology, Jbook-keeping, between'those connected the:ties of kindred rj fr : j 'f t''riek.* .
ze what possible"trouble 'or ; ,could by in great Anatomy, aflbrded ,her ceDent"opportunities f1 ... _
tefiUoal Monomy $3&th ahoTe with la- annoyance :" t.t"prWW"l" -
sad fortunate was:unnatural, u'nchristian, and oughtno lufuriance, and most of the coinmoqgardeavegetables. fof'dissection,'in his'private anatomical wn.'IroI" .D fft" .'terr .
tiu Flitch Orwk lg ebra,geometry, menrara- come nigh eo cbuining'and a young f '
tIn, ko.,. 9 36$ mmsio on .piano, extra 840; man t' lla h'ad but lately returned,lrpm'1 along longer to .exist! Thus, he argued until' .. The ,lands of.! tropical Florida rooms.. .The winter following ah* attended di, ,wh, .',1'r 'a."' B.'-.. J IC1 _
drawing iind naiotiBf, extra, $25; use'of piano, hummer ,'somewhat( overweariedwith his mother (no\v"il'widow) and his nice obliging on the East coast and in the region of the Indian her first full coarse of lectures at Geneva. foUoyrg' t '1"J"' .p..J.. 1.,1_" .

per term, (J4; for irrod per term SI: One half tour and excitement';and' with, the. ;sisters set fcfrth n'a; visit"of' conciliation River and St*..Lu'ciey appear to be of an The next'summer' he resided at the Block- : t L Lollo "' "
Ik* tattioa to be'paid U adranoc,the other halt pleasure of rather reconciliation., This older formation 'and level : To tAt Editat.ti ;' '_ .
was above
querulous'quibono'ol tatiety.upori,hi s J lipabutbe i perfectly on a higher ley.Hospital 1,. Philadelphia,' where: &Mb !; '
tJaIt':1' ...!,. had come home to a pleasahr'familycitcle &Occ;ssfulanLl! oon the .long' frozen; the seaj than those in the Northern'sections. the kindest attentions from Dr, Benedict the DEA* Sut:: Fr ii') atJemarb Jon
C. T" I1icTtOL tide: flowed Tile a recent cfcanfttmfmfnni mend of the -aa oI.J ...
iD_ 61'' wherein he.bad-on found.his of.aocialjntercpursa again_ sunny landscape fl i-Ihftclimate is more crincipal.Ehysiciaoj! andtheyery4arge
greatest range
1 J"- f' and swiftr salubrious.,Its attractions to those of moderate -: for observation which its, l tAft.. .. .
male and "
of well
) : *principal depart. happin( Ah, I as tell the great variety :
may Oh, such times as the two families bad together means and. who desire : in their : "' prise and morti4' Ib4 x Mst" ;,;)
mentRer.. O.I Ai Mallett, assistant of male secret of his heart,.thougrj he at that', time, toput, number cases'aft'ord. Laat' winter she .
tlepartment; )Re'> E. H. Luckey.principal .of' ) !;Such morning walks and ridess"and olabor as Capi .I'front'vhich I to /draw a attended her second course *Geneva and presse4'my ori4O&1Lmy: :. Iidiat 1t '. ; !
bad told it there .who had .
never ,was one not, : .
Miss ,Aim Potter, assistant ; should h. oot; .
Mary ittIJa
leI thing -
female department department.t Board may be obtained returned from her summer-journeying to her then such'sociable- evening gatherings ;for support for themselves "and families 'are I graduated regularly'.at-theclose" of.the ses :

in private tottilies in the Tillage washing city home, one whose society he bad >missed assorts of' innocence 'and sensible enjoyment'indeed" great; and though there are many and'great ,i sion. Her thesis was upon ship feverj,;whichshe I 1opI .

lad lights. included, .from 8 to 10 dollars permont. there, though the loss had not,pressed heavily : it.was alt plea. ter and better; annoyances,from the insect tribes, yet.where had ample 'opportunitiea" for observing JPt'orauUr znywiU1ba ,

The Board cf> Trustees hare, in course' his spirits elsewhere. Now to walk and more' delightful. every, way' than I' can openings aretmade:\ andcleared, of undergrowth at Bl ckley;- 'It w soabIy'writte l that i icoiund"ptiyaif ":,..
of< two"brick .Tioasei, with two rooms in upon tell. these' much""abated that'art ; rtded.-fatthe1I I.
are so Faculty of determined '
alone where he had often walked with her the Gsneva: to gire it
will be able to '
Men,'large and onkfodions, and flinging .m '.'IJ'' ; -
L.surely.need not say how glad 'was A1- will overcome them. Industry and.perseve. publicationi .. -T ''
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accommodate semforUUy, 150 students. The or to visit those places of amusement whither : t. L '
hoMes will be(completed by the 1st day February he had been wont to ,her, filled bert' in'.his heart when he listened daily to rance are the chief investments in" order to is in keeping with my idea of thi story at the beads H'% paztj..fJ'lr.-!, ', .
'The Fietehero Institute is under the accompany the of IJe Cousin Annie ". rich remuneration. About to myself to be Wore the P aaft
neat. : con- praises! : r. gifted reap a. : eighteen to add that the proceedsW industry
trol-ef the FloHdt Coaference of the M. E church, 1. him with feelings, of unrest, and loneliness frok affectionate sisters and enthusiasticyonng thousand pines can be produced to the acre. have been adequate ovfn nse of an office beejar i*./political aaflcttl >.(. .
e Uind loeited one halt mile from Thomas- ahsolutey'oppressive.. .,, having lost$ 4ljbe Whig,fire,,is eaa 1esilyrecommendfur
brothers, and even from- his thoughtful This fruit from the pine-plats of S uth'FJoridi her medical education-abont 800. I .
villa Ga. From the brorerbial healthiness of the He began to perceive that if not actually cellia
jJ\JMe. and UM .well known ability and suocesss, in love'he was on the dreamy confines.of intelligent mother. Ab, the little heathen -! need not be plucked till it has'quite matured 'In.a few:weeks ehe.'will leave for Paris, de4 e..politi1at. '
tcathera of the Board of Instruction sometimes has when it.will rinto";market, in the poor-house,,mid 4 pro lor-ap..4
aaa perieneed divinity's "fairy barque" come a with; design.ofremainingthere: : one or
that enchanted realm in the first in
selected by the Trustees., we hope to share of taking its delicious snooth sailjng, say what they will. better
,a3Bieral s&getrdni. abroad. I 'toxicating He breathings felt that there atmos-' It' happenel that Annie' wasdeep in' the any other. The average yalue of, the;.pine facilities for the farther study of her profes am most' reluctu,1!) tQI. _,

t ..Snjutpt,Spct r I P.P. SSITH,Pres. phere. was a young study of the German at that time, and Albert then will be at least fin'centsand; an a cfe 'sionthanig: country affords especially in publi4 that lew ,such,put si3btJi
hid far down in his. heart nourished
plant reject and npudi4he cbarcter'wiliscwiirI .
presently 'discovered that he must rub will give eight or nine hundred dollars while
: really department i of ,' which she has
B01. *D O-f tXCSTJEES. long by the.'rich' soil of poetry and pure his k'nowlelge of that, the' of the is about $750, had surgery never applied 4b> .ethdd.I'ItRk
4 dew of which needed but to have up grand language. produce orange per. but little opportunity to see" ,, .
.RE,. Pt P. SftiiTH, 'President.KIT. the clear romance' of let in Alter this: what enchanted ong mornings I acre. .-. ', She will return when, this .purpose is accomplished asked friend.or.epPiy'C ai41me.ia1MIJf '
Jt W. SHIKPE Sect sunlight sympathy uponit what chaiming jaw-dislocating hours These facts with itand:yon canyth&tiWkteTeZiiwere ;
to take color and expandinto they together the salubrity practice medicine id an 'its
WM. 'PojtDtR, Esq, Trw a.dt'.ep.flower..warm spent over Goethe and Grabbe, and Gessner of the fruit-growing' regions, must, erelong! branches and:will probably settle a'the city taken in myj ro-v' wen taken jcithwrt tt _

RE'J!. IfCW.. a gracious and Gieim, and Pfeffel and Pfizer, and Fichte excite interest and public attention. of New York.-NatiorialEr: my knowledge Morris had first met Miss Atwood at a trffling mitter tblt'l ....
a VU
Rzv. .,GJlIJTIN. : and Frieligrath, and Richter and Raprechts- And as though Providence would heap it*
REv G, ml' Mi.il.KTT.Exv. brilliant, party given in.her honor on her return weil, and Kriebel Kleist, and Klopstock and 1 favors a great inland thoroughfare extending The;' ilisukeri' -Wls-on-Ia: Conquered.' in peaslon1anflthM ioe'.er 3

bu,./,'OTTZR. 'from Europe,where she' had'spent nearly Kotzebue and Rosegarten add Korner, arid. from tnia city, by the channel of ,the St. The Hunkers of.\ oziinhive i give in. qairea:'an;al04)IIQ1.QjtJ:' '1
two and he first
J.ufuKiunrEsq.: years; was delighted tofind Knaust 'and Schuize and Schlegel and i Johns River, navigable to its'head waters by They.have.'gone overdo the Free Soilers discover ja it,a Jtt ewsc Lczci .

Capt. Diki. JJiRD, Sen. that unlike: most young touristy'.she:: Schleiermacher. ani: Zschokke !! I steam is opened T,and eight or ten miles diStant without reserve, adopted their princip ,and .menti > t. $ ( i'.t. i. .1' 119ij 1'
could without her sentencesof Besides Ipublic.a dAYG1aio onersstha "
Srill converse letting But ., time' came when i it was away i easterly from these nead.waters over a henceforth are bound to fight. under their as v
the first '
February.ft>The school .open Monday in good hearty'English become disjointed by with these'old fellows and let the.. heart strip of land falling in an inclined; plane to I banner;: The 'surrender took''placcon.the' 11uT .RolL3o4rJat J \ 4is Jo. J.,
into of
German off
go nervous spasms speak-through lips and eyes and "little un- the shores of the Indian River stretches this I 30th ult., in the Senate Chamber,by previous & llt1.: < .
French faint into Italian. She ,
aniitis i'-of. .
or: tiotx
away uberved'a&s," 'poetry more delicious, an : mighty expanse of salt water, parallel'to the arrangement between the plenipotentiaries of P. .w. > .
BRITISH PERIODICAL LITEBATURE did not talk like. a guide-book.of I I Treasury con$4JaSU.'M| ; 4.*reo
eloquence more subduing. sea to the very mouth of St. Lucie River; the two camps.; ;Myron Williamsoft -

VALUABLE fMUIS' TO.SEW SUBSCRIBERS! "The Venus Vatican,old Virgil's tomb .. S I i North lat. 27 deg. 15 m. ,This expanse is also : Senate officiated ,on the occasion as President allypatrioticactinj : wbq -
The Corso, Carnival, St. Peter's dome. for draft'' 'which : the Marshall M apomtmenthadl') i&ftfehtta Ptotcs-,
; navigable light ; : Secretary was. ;.Strong,
Subscribe early vdiilz the terms are low The Pantheon and the Coliseum "ly dear Albert said Annie Morris ,ofbnriestijcok!
now woo U.t.1U1baPPT..ilio-
be run in connexion with the St. Johns of the Assembly; The following are tile 1 1I
Gi im with gray Ruin's vestigewn, two months a wife,_"what possessed, th.ee to I I may they bad.accidt vx walloired* QW
Venice Vesuvius, Valamb.o, 'I River and Florida Boats, and -thus draw all I terms ofthe. capitulation reported byl hn I 1" .
,REPUBLICATION OF Blanc send home that enormous; orange tree! I .1 W. of the prescriptions, V< ; iwow.that they rtmoo tsrrated
Mont Mont Etna and Mont Row,: the invalid travel from the :North, the Boyd Senate : i.Resolved -
cauld scarcely find room'for it in our conservatory -!! against it !t rUt.Uje,6r,w.atM.
And the JEexum Mini .
THE LONDONQUARTERLY; REVIEW, i tropical produce from the South, into this cityas ,That.while we.-viQ/falthfully] i I
THE EDiKfecRGtt REVIEW The 'lordly Rhine' aDd,Carrowy'Rhone,' .'', ,, the centre. These ,hints are of interest ting that AThicjLilfeeyj) too .;fo'gtet&1i
Brussels,'Bordeaux,'Bavonne, Boulogne. "Ah, Anr ," he replied. "I love the orange : inland adhere- allthe, .compromise of the CoosU- was true,they we* iW ,right theaopz
THE NOKTH BRITISH REVIEW, aad importance, not only to the steam tution and maintain all the reserved 1 '
A trip from Frankfort to Cologne, it IS'sa.creil fruit to'me.." rightsof position, DoubU< s&iht-.poiiticai ,
TJiJ:.. WfcSTMlKSTZR. REVIEW, x And dear delightful Paris." Now! what can1t'tbou mean!" said the navigation interest whictr is beginning to feel the States, we declare, since the'crisis has i w afterwards *iJe fe' ; .ftt, ,

.. AKD Miss At oof( was"an'undemaWe1\beauty,' little wifo with some surprise... ', the competition for the of outside the outside cORD'exionTill;:lines,' buttothis car. arrived when that question'must be met our I the other!but Ise, :t'.t.n11. r <;;

BLAcIwoQEIflNBCRGU. MAG,1ZDJ.' and a belle of much celebrity. 'Her taste in .Listen to,me, then, my love" be rejoined. the city trade; and travel< Charleston. The ncomp omi8 ng.hoatility.to, the extensionof I the elements; as. ] tf 4e .Jr\ lIf "

,. dress was exquisite, though 'rather 6n Mhe' "As by.ths apple Adam lost his Paradise so ry St. Johns lice-*- and. the Indian River slavery, }intoanyterritory-of' the' United. the most active aii4: onse, salyuig tooj,

cate : magnificent order. She had many accomplishments by the orange have S found mine. What, upper mail States which is now f free. ,t'4t: : f 101 # t "
The abore perl reprinted in New and St- Lucie Sound .lin?:should be % J -
Resolved; Thatinorganizinjoi .
"York,immediately cm their arrival by the British a keen wit and some genius: so still mystified tAb, bless 'yoU; 'and bless boats adapted in :their construction to speed : Yoar.picttira c *.. .,n

teamen, in a beautiful clear type,on fine white it is little 't'onderthalas far as she bad:re all crippled old orange woman, say!." and lightness of draft in water tThis scnemesaccessfuly. for New.Mexico: and California, the introduction cial, devoting .hunitlit.. with,' untiring energy: ,. '

gispsr &Del are aitbf4 eqes? of the originals, yealed herself, she had been enchanting'tothe "Oh, Albert," cried Annie blushing deeply executed will form'aUlirect and-existence, slaveiy those tert and sleepless assd, $c the discbarg* (tf uidutiesisypa '
.lekwood't.Magaxiaei bcing an exact foe-simile and 's mewh Albert and she wound con ritories .should: be', positively,prohibited by .
poetical t impressible smiling through tears, as "the' ?.*?,' _tIS Gti4S'fJi; I.
-.dlU They embrace the riexion between this city, and Atlantic I "
f the' Edinburgh n. great_ of
act Congress. .
Morris. It was spring when they first her arras round'the neck of her young ,bus.band ; ; compelled to rob it ac1a otitaibaris. ,
views of the three great parties in England-To- and interior-townsj and'the extreme : :! ,.
.'Resolved That there should be
ry,'Whig, and Radical. "Blackwood" and the met, and before their both leaving. the city 'JiJst thou see that? I was a little and tropical fruit growing South. no more warmth and freahay cksg.thiIt,. .

".London Quarterly", ftre Tory; the "Edinburgh for the summer, dreams wondrous pleasant ; ashamed at the time, there' were' so many St. Lucie embraces tne_ 'terminal'H slave States admitted into the Federal' Gov the, ,Drugs.,,and. izD '&f4.
L 'Renew" Whig; andAe Westminster Review" in which the pe rles8 belle' always -appeared looking at me-but I cou Id not help it." great .ernment.' Charleston since I; : iD ..ha11q.isomewhatlesa
of the main lands of ast.1.r'JOriJa I :
Radical The "N British Review"is point i
rthi i more Resolved;That all national laws recognizing J :
became perilously! frequent with of a religious charictor1 baring been originally which here begin to fall off into the Ever ..
ot the slave
sustaining slareryor trade '
'Wtted by Dr. Chalmen and now, since his death, and in the day-time. 1 am not bure but that hands go about sach,work on their own account glades on the south where the great inland ihv : ,my pay.and that ye, beur J '"

,Wing conducted by hi* son-in-law, Dr. Hanna he thought of her even. oftener than bin beloved Help indeed !2" Uxjroughfare via Stl.-Johns must terminate theD stricf.of"Colurcbi 'oi anyother1 choice quality'an1their : ..pm 1cM." f -
' sc&tedwith SirdBrewster. IU literary..cha.racter but ; place under control of the Federal Government
sister, once hs; daily companion, examination, < iflijOM'. i
i the mild and equable-climate of whch, together t. )
is of they highest order. ; ought to be immediately
: repealed. ..,
,.'' now married to an'army officer and immured On the morni, -after the little street"JOcI- with its rich tropical: produce will at the. trouble as it i conkr4iJiknet .the, .J
:ntlCES (ir SGJSSO11BED FOIL EARLT.) in a fort on the frontier, where -alone deal.w&dTwas.'4he stepping-stone to the once attract emigration an J travel Long the Resolved .That public lands should be If it had not been.th4$$s dutiif.of.the oCcjisuch -
i ; to actual settlers limited
jj }a select library, a fine ban' ; orAtbert'Mrrs Mss' Cara: granted quantitiesat as they were' 'I'AO"Ih pallkof&ata..Je.ral .
For any one of tV.i. < reviews, $3pefanrnafforaqy scenery hpP'1'fortult line, and make it a lroJuctii-i interest 01 con- the cost"ofth&survey: and transfer and
two, fire d *vr for any three, seven d>Ils charming husband and a cherub child' 'preRed Atwood was seated in her ,mo:t graceful at. stantly increasing value, .p>, i SAY.LNNAH. : .the ; science,where I jaeiidol'0 =- trol" aft i Ctl,
( that aiirait
f; .er all four of r h. r trie... eight dollar wWi her from dying of 'ennui. I t.tude.pna purple: ve.V tsoia., .man. : elegant o ght.to.be.placed- :quantity should bare been pc 'P.1.ashamed'to jWd si
' butvkwood's Mar; JV'jthres dollars; for WBXf "A'nd Miss' Atwood she smiled (f land wh.ch shall.be hereafter acquired it. *' fc t "
; : ; Why, I : awaitiiig call thatf self-sam4 Blacliwcll I'l _
.od*Ad three r I tvt,nine dollars for Blaexf. panor a frp.n ,Elizabeth. 21.. D. and held! ,by any.person at any one time. wtf1ni { $
did and bent her. conclusion Mr
he sad *
all trii
flw. tly on or There a' ring at -J ; ,
I1 came .
aad four r ten dollars annom:? young gent1eJI .
-wood .the |10: per Resolved,That we deman&che p i, ,
self-toward him slight! very slightly, /rora.j door and a servant 'entered 'bearing The has postage yoaforvtbsHpathctdead 1u..t.ta-uJ"l -
JPaymoCi ben 'dt all casesimalvance.EMiUMS. presently public, through the newspapers, a retrenchmentbt expenS\:of the Na .
to M
< | the pedestal of her pride. With a most comfortable little :French i.aflaii Osaqry:,' hbegto ,
< I a basket .a. pretty) been pretty generally informed that this..lady tionat G Government.the:abolition: all'.. !
I 1 faith in her bwn'irresistiblenessj, she tilled svithorange.j aiU a card: on. .wb.chwa. was.a regular-.student of .Genera..Medical offices-and -salaries.aad election l not even poitici} $ $ uiZx4 .b&t1)4: .
evidently considered the heart of every' man wrtten-Wita tie 'fomplimgnts of A.. M)( an.l received the of. that necessary will e..ot.ye) Iii4l
_Consisting of bacj(f olnsnes of the following va- College diploma by;tne people t Jail'officers! in the.service ;
ntable-worki'vii:'Be'n'.leT's Miscellany; the she met as a kind pf fruit, very ripe and very 'The.cheeki.neck: and Draw ol the haugh Institution at I its last Commencement As of the ''Government so far as'the'same' complaint oft wya4h, ,". S

tropelitan'MagasiM i the Dublin Unirersity Me'j ,soft, and only waiting thed least 'possible beauty became:icninson ai';she dashed ,trtsignincaut she is the ,-medical'doctor 01 her,sex in be pr etlCab1e.*. J. supposition'.that j, h be ;, .

rasiae Edinburgh; Blaekwoocf,the Foricn jS araune Quarterly; the.and London.the Westminster -'. shake on her part to,fall i into; her ,hands or. offering to the.floors J. the, .United;,States, the case :i is, naturally may, sResolvsd, That CongTess'haslheconstitutional : Trojans should. I Jl tq :. .i ', .
: at her feet. Last, winter she was ma.mel--wel1.all thj of tbose : royal over my i b y 14.A1;hi.. .
Reviews. pAf/one dubscribing to Blackwood \ enough, one,' ,, .'questionabe'matters .pawer;and ought to,make appropriations -, :1'
or'to one 'Ict%ne Reviews at 3 dollars a- But let return to that walk' of our hero \vprldsaid, She bad a,1argeouseona. uppq,which there past be a great,variety of .liars the...NationalTreasury.or river 'Ithinktheipublianot !!J'"" o1

year,.r te any twojMJ the periodicals at 5 dollars, down Chesnut street 'm nut alreei', a'fine'country seat,'a rnagnificwricarriage 'opinions and the public sentiment 13, besides, and harbor facilitate.and being fond of;th '?1b'
.will receive, gratis,owe 'volume of .of the he' ari look forward 4fatb improvements; ting, and will allow; ,f "
any pro-: I Suddenly gave >aser arid her ervantto'sport a go'.iaduenceJ. by, the' partial and, inaccurate between the several Statesandfpreign.
miums above namedA; ubscriber to any three his his cheeks flushed, and 'anJs 4w.roun4 protect commerce it .m1h case.i U,4Jai1 i:1 ;
eyes brightened, livery--- n*short luxury display statements ot. facts and conjectures' wh. b .J.qd .
nations :
' .olth 7 Lallan a or to the'4ieyiewg 'appropriations to
periodicals at 8 dollars, twin receive year TWO premium histep ;quickened !. rSurely.he ..couldwotmisfrkj her.r- She is ,.till!:beautiful!, bnlllait,. usually supply ths place of,correct informaf.on. be governed byva sound discretion arid.a due them as'1 am.to)1 *Jdi ,.

voluoiesas abovei iiAi ubseriber
three review*>t');9;Collars a year.or to the wa&Cartwoo.1l.1 $h.e.did not see lym, or not think that ehe ever cultivated ora;e iMiss B.; is.28 fyearsrof.a; e...'She;wa? ,Resolved That -nurelyyour t jfJ' l .t' ot

.4-l.e review*.and Blacliin'o3mes.& at 10'dollars. will' re' seeme'd not to'mark him, till they were,almost trees in her conservatories.i :_'._ ;;IGgia I bornin: the city' of Bristol!,.England.' Her : and unrestricted we, approve trade,.the.and principleofofree believe I : '_,it) It ,.-74' '1:7: t 14q

TDU.pte, ,.. face face. Then.she' smiled ..blushed _MxTE3Tl; .. .
.r lo
.. 0"- father settled with his family in New York fA"'M 'I'1t..iJ.t
tM i- the'Savannah ,: that the,most fair, and equal modest.xag cent e8aiou'o1'ihe' ( .
fty Pbuti 0 ekzmtIg ** ,and paused A moment s .Morris,lifting t when she about, 11 old. AfUr : .
was -
tuurtd and thf rkt ivbtanoedfor.XtlKO. : ; years the.revenue necessary to defray the necessary za Bogle I &.1'h" eifor i4reatstio '
his bat, inquired with.ji joyfut..airAwhen *. 'FLORIDA.MESSRS. ; ., it
; residence thereof five or six.years.be failed expenses of the.Governmentis; ,a direct tax ; ",Eliza' ..r
4 t 't.Toir : she arrived In'lown. ,. ,_ _' in business:and moved,' Cincinnat A .mf' T#IWJW
,. ,", .f EDiTOKs't-My'-attentlojii has-bfcn to / upon property, and'will demand its adoption free --. .L.1..t
woman.Jor o. IwuaL
'of' ir'''all of'the''above works "Only last nigh W"she replied;;andafter a Florida He&Jdof,28th few weeks, after his arrival there-.he died, our Government ,1. ,
copies any i called to extract'from the by, t\as\;soon,as practicable.1Resolved ; tipn"by bet formerbwkjgives n .t .
'*01 be sent to_.a4m* .JarubeoripUon fy/t lirw the fourth copy being .Morris bis heart filled: with indescribable embarrassed circumstances.- ; .:
Elizabeth the
and fruits in ..the.Com. of a National.Bank.by Congress,and that. CknutdtcMed
of S Jte
... his head to tropical plants .we leara f]
fjj-fe .turned
gNilL emotion involuntarily, "
of the' SW third daughter, was then 17{years, 'and'assisted believe.that.the fiscal affairs of "
the East coast
when the alotie.maea Lucie Government
> St.
% ffo'frtmiwnt fpu'lt given ..heremarkedas of on as Eliza was admitted | .ooa-ilse to have .:
look after.ber,. As be didieo _
U* is'fItIJdt' topufxr, nor will premiums In.ay'e.erbe : nonchalant l of, Florida. Having explored .the trop I two of her sisters in teaching yourig both State and National, shpulibe kept en*, been a shire,and thet$ itsmo4teo*&of,herbeing .'
she with her --half
fnrniihed,.unless 'the'snoscription II swept along,: i n"'been onr' the'spot' lady's seminary. By the joint'efforts of the tlre1y&epa te from.'banks! 8.d.1wilungU.sociatlone ; the
fruit-growing freed UoQ.
,paidiWZotJU nioftkm, without recourse to half haUghty gait"-th fringe of her rich j regl elder children ..the members of the by any\ tO
t factsI send here and its revenues, should fbe collected -
witness they you !law alartil bimq .
: egtat.. .:itn mantilla caughton ihe ,edgCcpfa' basket., a lehe.,waaa .:
and arid 1JTJ'
; we're educate
an'Account of the'sal11 ;-together'.vitb'| family supported ,: a and disbursed,by es Q$brent of death .
.tflt: 1eoPIEI. borne by a poor,old woman,who.i was i b'ob- ; comfortable homestead,-Walnut Hill Vvas :
i Jaoyeronint' t '
rnji'eferenceiihereto-1which ca t : ; throughtke.cIsdep nden ". ..
f .
getioii '
ve-a.\J& rom '
-- J basket was AA, I' J
!tat'-'ir" DeIII" t fith the British'publishers bUn aongvith a'cnltc Tb' : fait to be interestapd importance secured for'the family.1; The propertywhich; Treasury; ,, r' \ -, :! mUi ;..;:,,_ 1eth

ef BUekwood'iMagurae secures to us early sheets fill \and piled Dp., 1'jth.,fine'large.oranges. ,;I enterprising.azricnltarists'bf': : your great in the!midst of;their' firsfdifficulUesV they ResolvedThatwe: arelnayorof,* Jiberal e.,. q.n-1. .

df that work,'by whl we shall be able to place&a and as Miss At wool give an impatient mill. While 'are attracti! bad the forecast parr.hase;: .haS-raljfedy' .!i mptioac1reat:: and perwhaljpropertyrbm ,- : -_. II.,
grb'vi-ingSiaterf eyes clock ,
entire number In tta bands of subucribers beVweaayjiorUon to extricate,the fringe'she half upset:tbebasket -' mot qua mpld! the price which ir cost'themgive / 'S f 'forced sale.bri'executionj. it :on..4.,1h' >
di 1ered gold-capped1 ; believing "
of I.be in. ofbe the-recently ; until4bot ti" .
reprinted any -puipOEelylt WES eventy.-ahd'out: roll, this for the illustration of character u MrJtl'l.
fact -
,( American Joumalt!;For thii jmd.'other ad- With. no tains of CaiIfornla'andhearts; are fired w bOth j juatktid bumaney \ > :: I. w1eu,they." ,.. .'
ed agoluen nhower of oranges. which it affords.. .. : r. .
secured to subscribers'we in-faror of iOM'p
'Taatagei' pw pay so the ," zessacra our/ at the, 8ightv'pfglittering"JpUe"it' 'Resdlvedj.tThat'we..are equaland '
targe aoonsideratiwywa* we nay be eotnpelled expressions of regret- but with .* frown ,like forgotten th t;' :in ,.The: enterprise i ,6f thesa' "yonngialxes is impartial 'age./Jc "J s.---:s i q :1... .-
M raise.the price,0ftltfJ..cuiJl.-Therefore : mid i &cool "You should k sibly! t.
weibt I ighUaod epout liesThuriii'the still farther indicated bv the next steps which i-'n'- ** 11 rei1nicOfdf
"- icti faioaad Southern extreme of tlje union, These .terrashaying.bjeajfnnanunoualyigreedon i ; '
...- "tfUhiltthtp>, / of the some
they severally ; ,
eEe1t I eoyjifaanleations shQdlb7s ali l sthl'nr1prcducU of a tropicarclima : rth"err feS011& WQS weredop4 ties tothfe eflectMt..chUi .
: I
entered Levy's inviting doorTliepld. yrv I ; I "
i- / --" ,
:pogt.i or franked, to tte,pnbRD the bf bcdr.leeble ealth'of.the Indies." / years ago JookUp herreeidenceixttba'dtyofNew bo"'whicli'acom-\J: ioa'o4'f"'tW'Q'J>ar- ikbonld' r ..
despair '
; Jj jscoTTk -' man stopi image ;a hisli'eealafiWiB-WfTemne satisfnctoC York, where she'has until lately ; should be : the W' -
1lsheT', fasnionableirthrong! "Iri1 Lies:'vas provded11ot and a.conventioawu the others State.'to.
.k treetiiNewi'orlc i cripple' jostled by the worked at thOtra'de of per oltca1-authorship, 'W'
: :ijg 11I that Up'o'2d.1''y ; .
f J1, ..J. ) .1ft" -- -_: vry. -- : t-. -M she coofd ot help' herself in this sad extremity riJv Prov'el1, '.before.r. 1.1 Con -.es French'tiansl ti 'n'nd; composer'of:music; ppite4fprthe 2LWednesdaybf Sqteni.unextat ,free. 1 at__ ..!y, ) ,,._ '
't 'Flpda'prtifl5Ultheists *hichSatepfficesatobeAOIninaledqcn to "-
; Qn ..
1t cked rbe-: .. .. f '' &
&rpria : ,
.n.r.wt fa ret 'ex-i ctindigDaptrarid "t 'thet m'ost' favorabIIui Shells'nov#>in;Englaod;undet anenga'e'Imeilt "r. - --.t.u
f Morns ,iwhh bf, his W lv W* ,. &i ft..n, ,"I.M"H cr.-- .. CarsIMcri __ .' :'
rb ef ,i "aftd th. yond expressiorii 1 lone ; for human health pod regetoble.gWwinani : .with t a publisher:thete to translate t 1 ''' -,* "fl.'U ".4 .4 *1*'J t 'SO'ULfl' Wfl&I -
MdtLzwls oTCOMPa.tT. Sal 1.th1a'4y quiek'/bumah* tses t med back>ta jufisist of.the tropics 'mO elideilan i whole of F9tr4e "orb.he was seIect4, i ,. i,,; "L&4aa411<#j" i i \I& natcolr'-fo _
that the .
!. ., -MAuEaTalsJcEcorre5 otpli the i. k YE
.Ib7atsii1 L't} .r her but'heTwasnoodlatevioria; 'flight, Thr.thistask.plb1 her verjiighajlity in
.. : -5. '..J' '' graceful1)eprang'tOTwaid'and twbttcat, of 'b4 t.tropc5;: are,actually t flourisbitig'tith Frencb tra safi! l1'anftbt excellence her New-York Tribune, has beeq.o e.rsditQ.auitFrance o= i: '
F 8011\6 ofF1orita.r rune neperine t* W | w* in,24 hours..The Tree that 'and quaTh-on' _
'* ., Tittle white-gloved hands;begam' pickingupt 1" > ry I Eh'glish-style.: >J. Yokpt.848.1 : the oranges and'replacing tbemj:in. the;.fcasi b ve r de 'these1 speculations.lTnpugfc: !: a' iCiocinfiati, Mr: BaisBiHt;;tha'Atnerickn'SocialrsV i ho .' : ,
teaching boysl'scboolv
.. 4. NorthW the tropical latitude, and,of coursd has notice "Francsiii24 itsJtegptT .
W--4 ----i.1. > : '.; ket of the.graefuioltdazwan4) a-.sweet,1kind them forr.colleze.. the) departmetofMathiatka received Jo> quit '
iL" -
i heat of a tropical su onmarrigeandd ,
voice faiaiWawo, not thank meU is free from'tbe intense a nthe .csaic'laiiguagesA.hd 4OUrA.r hasbeen to ihe,prefect ofiPolJce.andtold .'

a tbi g'J.'andlrIrriw caugh.a
_ te'Zbak *lscTtbet spbflys.nnotiou te hIm fair younff fawnot.ftrr bcau.tijp ,face,. bn\ initbe open air most.df. Tfrai % labor arid'tdiyifl1orthand.' : South?Caro. I WlwQat.uemg CJlnpe e".DYloree__- !fi :' In' '

frIdi !4 tbb ptbUs4a$.hb wili continue the one/rftsh andamwy and.w arin. ,an expres- I II wfi ;.pur corrfgppjof >in' heirc, linaand4wn7earsiaoreexclUBivelydevo.ted : i l 1 i P.Jd&.'WUI\9 j1 ab :iKcasiooed,:: Mthyzlf.t. ,,
,&aa1ie ot the .i3qotSt.u&ud: Pznyujibs1nMio'i and growthtbenuttree p bthr apt&'tD$ -- -, ,
culture in vigorous s eeches of,>Ir.B WBAHE at qthe J&inbnets: -
e'str.et whIel bu I DIl pore and qoble.and.; good': wjthaluHe lemon 'ai w-.\l e"Via to the ftudyjpf: medicine, in.PhUajIelphiaand ; ; .' 1 '
'orange, ,lime ,aad'.CIttbsi'prhererh'e; : toolc.'strongly 1: : th e BepnbIics.Sctst ; ,
Mefetmnudfenlarifcredto lI 4ra ;Hartaffbeen jig- AwJatg btowpiye: A11e4.WI .i )ln. Geneva, has bern4iai aiploma in her 1"- '
warm re4ips,;prwa\'.wif f eiig anfl'a.staXPPc4 taiqnspf! tie pine-apple plantyTecently I I Itbl nk'e' a *"'' *.., 1"kL. ?J4:44 J 1i.tij ; i. ... J!i .J,rear I'Ho tw .. ogQfleol .

_bliNk$l* IboI&tm COE1d1b frQ! *$*l somieco-fer tOMb cleaB, b .br wI yijiJnteUect: shade, ance biLt n&eoess1ul1yvotnan44eT-,(i"t\o har.iStjj-pin. II I .Abthit ,"M'I y ars t. igo'' ane"first'e tel1&1Jlel 9o, t'--X'y'-2\I." fI) t.... Ji :jfJ !, )Y-4. ,,idesiM

1-tr"rb over which-waved hair o?a dark rich : .tbeidea: ot.devotiDgherself td h'e4u.4yrotsh 'ij ,
bads* prlm Ketdsi banana'and o | IASCTPAcipation .KTUCT"T1WLOUl5 _' :,! ,. .. $ '
_ jics ifthI' tlZ'bth.dv -hesaw.nnde'rneatbilittle; cottage o1qltiatidii by-ett1erSf\: f medicine.t Having takeri theTeK> uQty l.4"' il.cf1 '.1to:0m@- '. n... )""1&idTlI1 -.

botieo1is silk,1, a4PrAA41. 'yi bPn JifP.t.lii whom; into\b oittttry'wIthoUt wenCTigorously.to{ .woii tp.e'ffMt'ji.; :i.Shs ;-t--.t J',' t.j va ti ttK !t

tIet.Otao" fJ5t"oU e.'.t'l u 11& "1J1g! : eo", i attV!Went f ord! j1iet-sugar. commenced,the study;,of1 Greet,''ani'p-rse.' 'Kwedetard thanh M d. f'an.'

hu4waithayeslft \.we test' ,lIn guf le'9fL 'j tbetettahi8 .:degree'I'mtttiritanfetioii veretrmiaedatriTi *

PttU1i1.hi1 _. {j ttir; : M no'"here el.e'I believeJm a.,. and jeviveijber;tatinl!;by::devotlng dhresjorfHir rforfidtbtef mn.ltoftai-bfHtu olo'
oe ,wIll. totaaM Ah UJa."lIomel\t tt. tQJ1U'tatue.AJQe l : iiti uhtitev' '; zej ,hours, cfiaJ. tdV d tiJ.jjah rjoai bbtiif ration'!6f tiwJ'ptjndpl' *df/8$,for tbt pTMPtioh'of ;
haIi fsIg 4'ofach books *they, 'I 6iii i& copn.y .
bait b.tlrit .&by1 sA ;"6'"a.iroflpedtalaM 1 'f '
g /. :.". ) 1 J.1t 1 afllciently i for .ordinary and professional the'fmpdatofl'ofATbstf&siffiildeeinatiOj
'I 1V"U.tltfn .it. .
J4e4is9frIr t} i t WmFcrtvard procui purposes Fre'nch she bad taught aiid'etud; his be ftforffi d:ia ,' 4 ___
M L1nbObk14II .1'l nli ,MI fiT .Th! H t li fed )1 ;rpiif -' her fond h for ntifformefl Jlat "4 '
.1... BtfM'h 1'.pNS t.ivei. Jrom1S i MmthlflLb4pi. ,,, ', -
'i! -1i' f. iood: litet $ the j TbG friends'and the r $ -
# { icbUe'kindljKiieplaM \if. t, pet 0 I"p! '
t l U wih '
: 'p' IQ. mv, W t. : "it.t'S vit .qef1 trlQ tte4lrlV$4 ti WilJ t dI11 e thllpun4; .
e4.. n" LtI '618\Wd,jfl'.. :r.tltd.' e 'J 1tit t.eJ" ; -
< : 'H Bti'rnhah first .1ips. the btJ 1,Aft 1 can. 00 A 1 rose Itht W\hatriWiIl'' k .711R ; ;
U the"ypung 'QuakereM. .J"4 .. ? 41. :" il :{ : ; ,rn t_tiktioFrRnkfo 1' -it 'fr'.

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I, 'Home Ortlf ni the.Tcrrltorle*. COSTEMPT. -There is not in human' ti'n.: } Mr1Morton's election,"the' Democrats'' : \ OFP \i TheNewOri: 'D ltaof the 27g.indebtedioijfd : ;

;I Pnaw n.L1i' .:April 23, 1849. hire more.oUkSjs dl8posit!n:Uiaa.a1 proneness b baTe, )ib mannezb6ccasiOn- for itOrung i tT 1 Itim. epnde ,& ; \ '-_ is' ;
I HOXACC GugEtKf.i Dear Sir-Will you contenfpt, w ich { id mature b pride t htci,,: necs *1th1r'. P rton .It'\-'N' .0' Ctrt.IILM an inter sJi&g scriptioi' ePTrn ttl1"m.artlb c j for t& foSowiaj .: :

I be BO kind & .4r In sthme through the medium and ill naturp} Ndr itjhfa anywhhmore : aty the injustice land edibnsnesii of tha Wil-' t,t ; y avy Yard; -at,Pensaccfa. '-fliear t-_ !: Jack... 'i $t66If'): : M" .18 74M tract from_a lei fcated' j. %i' :
I of 0"hethel the Const tu. certainlenotesakulJnd( <>*!, in !otPvaiclgo a slari" faxhertOenytonstitutianahtyso r oM'\Ot the finest in thWnited.States,?'arid; a .n Ferryj 9 30 M1; *OACJ. /Apzi1 20"Pareeek4Opthedivili, IWtof-\\

3 .. ., I hon of the'Unittd. Unites extends its jurisdiction .-cood andenga Temperth te'\tao. b' 1 i 'do the:rgc majority whicb' Careys t 1')4Bar' : 'i(..
room That Constitutes of southern whether'Whles the beautiful system of order prevails Clay Hill, V. 2 '
r pVeFlhe T rrltwiies of.N ,..Mexico and this sensation which men, or Den4crat 3 "
: California! by 'frituigif| : ,cessiea by Mexico an object of contempt to the malevolent, ', and no maD. is less, a', WhigJftuse in its'various departments i is !the admiration .' 2 6. ,9ft. iDlUrpDfI);.. .
JCTbomasvllle n1 .
r A b J l opinions nthi subject areopne strongest Brawar s iaa .. t
1 : on8."Ttho-a o f all who vTsitltr Th gr btfta(are Taife? 10' r 0- 6-- on '
Atcq l tb r e111h fe f,,6eTy Mr.sStution worthy and good natured tnan; for cnaracter. Mr. Morton>ffals' (no man and at this' of the ,. ,. ._ rom"nounced hertJ pW < : .
laid .
out season ; -
fully -
; year '
wickedness musffaise ha; eOuU'x Q M rPendletin the eordiajtyothis' .
\ Vtt gtU'U tb ''n.fit ) does person and vice ) .i in favdrqf Phredet'ania
andIfr 'adornel,with ,variety.of shobbery. 9.3. _87 ::I72_' : Ji'
t"rofhxtend ; rfrf1tom"\\'hlle Mr. tred.nnd..abhorrence.and..weaknees and folly admiration fprGen. .Taylor, are every i revolution' U! 'u.1her.eD

1 Cal qUl\mA- doet.. will be sure to excite compassion; so that he hearty resolutionJo'support his AdministratioiU and flowers., The. yard contains. many, ..objects .e@-Tbe returns for Register of 'Public m ounthna1j, | t'

t: 1"! e1re44 tnion b\t or n'\and\ will find no object of his contempt in all the i TfrthisM.VdmfortUo -the"Oppbsitibh, j *worthy- !of notice ;' _among, wlucK arelour Lands, indicate the election of Major JoiixFart Our previou?Arises iron ffIl.ttJ.UTJ iezlcorepr. '

bY nte.-. ga'y ed.J.. ,p.-- 9.nsJoIp'en.Fre. :.! 11 :they.mayimake- .. t .- mostojU'; ?ig.- immense cisterns, -each holdingab t00,00WgallonWfor ,BUUJrithour.(1positiOQ.. ". -=! 'R1I'teflidlat.:61 Mil..J1tl- ,
fj ol T rr l fte1tbtii be abgte a.by3Ozflrtoriquescpu1d annulled by the: . .. '. '. '" '. -:Though the shade /difference.: ". between 3 ; the purpose of';supplyfing ." It 'Pro-Slav TJi.\, \ broie&'Crtitin.,- titovitinityof; SarLow4t ,.- j x-'C
I an t hat a ,large bqopbadbeen
I' t ftfe i O.Wt''til 8Uth annnUm, ,_FLOIUDA: ..REPUBLICAN.TJiursday Messrs.. Pendleton and) Morton on theulai ships. _with i water: The saluting battery! istastefully : Our neighborS nJ fl7J,4din and Netrl, b y tbegovern oettip| {> t'domf the sent,nwurgents. OB-ft? '

I 1 I \lMa'enttorjelIrunei1zwuIer the.;juris;, ,.'_ I ,.May ::17 _1819. very .qu stion' has :naturally, and 'perhapsjustly'produced 'mounted, and consists.of'.twentytvo -. bOlh -seem j toJneistupontibatbejefu r i- >* aI .. _it $ d44uIkO ofcta frojnpar Jfeji.
II I o force iherehi jthe the'defeat
: of"
; j t- :.the former, n exchange li feesfaetory,aecoaat'of
long eighteens. In artillery park fttoveo
:: the .. "
f o( Whgs wgn.1t
1 ti1notacessl9n, ol'quest. Ca1houn'saddressof .
3 'rf" OOr ThOMSON, .souUieajt. \;!eomer of \Vhigre4'rses throughout ,the-State.a,. mounted five immense .the 1M. stegihtf peoplea&et! .is* '
l !
f; thisaUprovideJ'thaf vQ/jTMttibus? ahd if soj n ri are guns, largest exercised a large influence in the late. ,result .
: I"" I I. e.titufior lot.J'6.tena' Baltimore and South.sts., Baltimore, i it.our Ad. not to be attributed to any such cause. ,Tbtmth'is called "Columbia.'' il ttN-r ..
( ever male; These"guns: in i Virginia; We thought the attempt to f hi- t
vcrtuing and General.4gezit. ;
have been
OftIiNn'.Muic in the'abJaws we outgeneralled' the
eenceof e4diforna weigh oyer'seven tons"each; they are ten inhes make political capHal r out.of"that, aflair i ,bad hose b stile to; .present administration :
t' pthet.im.l ore not the LOc focos. The'effects' of the
\ Jaws ty t I 116r"We: invite attention to the Prospectus gerrymander' cperpitrateti calibre, and.will throw a shot:or ;boiib, becomerperfectly bopeless' afte/r the thone"stconfession1 If the above rnd|, fence'bcorrect, we may '
m1tD1eipu vpicb.those
I I ; six' are still felt the onfor t te Republic/>l-MexJa
Ii .ttguterit1 anhe'time"of'* cession still in of Messrs. GIDEOX, >for the new paper ago weighing ,one .hurilrei and twenty-five not long since made :by the; Savannah soon to b&plun&,% isto br horrors ofbrcesj >
.t f fcros'tnettTn?r- I A U1 l It-*afe-nbt by what are THE REPUBLIC-to' be published in Wash throughout Virginia. Messrs. Flournoy and pound,:three miles. A floating-dock tisincourse
Georgian in the following grapb"Upon : not. ef' J4.41.1' -fa
.' par cbyyif .
!I tbeTerntoriea 1. An answer to the 1. Go gin have both been defeated by a trick, of which is describedas ._ A itit's*". r1-T-. f .- t :i'
above will obligei et'ree Soiler.Our"cdrrespohdentjlianng .. ington. :__. which lead and .construction, sober reflection, J irwHIbe'discovered l;. 1 ; '>L1itut ::11 -' *"? Wfeia'CapeBaytW
ii'L : :: may to'a contest. perhaps a most stupendous ,vork that is to.:cost that the great'distinction at'iast, ut c W fJoml
; '
j & Y t- CAsAtrr. THE 1RGI I.\ KLECTIOX.. restoration of'thc of the former. ;;At Boston I '\ toidS
; I 1r : t seat Therecan 1900,000 when finished; ,It' is to be ,builton principle, between the1 Southern Senators and :
1.1 RLLT. be little that had the ? in ;the 20tbuto blTe1 .reewea\fhfclr -
doubt, polls been Representatives', Washington 'upon '
: Mr': Calhoun's Democratic Presses of the South have the plan of a balance dock, which,floats that.therPrcsidjeforehim. ... irjing4 Yerj .
slave those
questiohi .W:1S' really'between .
,,' opinion on one side A ai abstruse question' attempted to exhibit the morale of the victoryn all closed oil'the first day of the election, the vessel in.,when the dock is closed' .. up who'believed 'that1 a 'time'fer: action on. the. b .:,I t -
of public law, And: &Irt .,WebstejPs on the Mr. Go gin would have'received the return. i r ought near li =W th;Det
; Yirginia.1 True to a device long since and the water pumped out. The ship being part of the South had arrived, .arid thewbom
o&er'Asksrtw to[decile fJhe point in controversy This, however, ,vas not the case. The great maintained that it had not." I : were coin ptelyutedwith&I .
I concocted, they continue to ride the slavery then on a railway, is run'ashore to'a' ship 'y
: between S This strikes three
; thtmt us as ra.thei Albemarle in which MfT o hundrc4Tbeflaytiens bi,,.
1L'amou J Job ,ta 1 li juudertaken on short hobby, and now: attribute the Whig defeat in Whig county of :' .house or any other,place, whcreshe is to be &'The: Launch of the', brie 'Lt7t Oak 100'men. :Lagaatitiu- ,prdriaouvierecaprtirrf

',: J nceiiiowevc4 l-t.i hat State to the"unsoundness" of-our candidates Goggin would h bave'received a sufficient num- repaired. or examined. r .completed for Messrs..WM:'AlsoP, and OO. stand,, : by the
.MrVebster Ijeruntny demonstrated, in ber of votes to have carried him triumphantly and the Panama Mill 'took H -' ns4." \,. r 6..1' l. i
1 on that question. In one breath A permanent wharf is also in process of others at place e .- ..' ;., "1 '. : '.
the debate With Mr, Callwun,' that the Con. through had the been three afternoon concourstfof -'ib
polls A -
I f kept open yesterday large .
i I nutation does notline! eftsinly, and in.all its they rejoice over the glaring coalition between1 days, voted only one. On the other hand construction. It is being built of granite, ladies I and gentlemen,:with a goodly number nJ.'[oit.. '-.m.1:,-II... ) 'i t
; provisions,i xtend!|l to',diej Territories. The Locofocos and Abolitionists at the | Madison and and will be three hundred and twenty.feet of,the j juvenile class.visited 'the scene.in. When the foxWthe'fabIeibu, itxa.

I Constitution saysithat! 0:.S. Judges shall be :, North-rejoice at their party triumphs, even j Greene, strong Democratic long. The editor of the Picayune i says the- steamer':Wrm Gaston. thep pressed his'opini: r'.hat..lJ1elf.8p, *

I I appointed for life et JTiw;itorial Judges'are' though,they carry into power men hostile to counties kept the polls open three days.- Naval Hospital in point location and com sour, the con Iusl'r' ; dweTe J hat1ct rah

and lave been appti nleiU, a term of years. Tills. outsell, is sufficient to account for the rfort1 .T.nn eiscr.. tb motive and 1 '#:it&u wessioni.
Southern rights-while in the next they is not surpassed by of the other "
: There ire many {Jrov 1bn8 of the Constitu- defeat of Ttlr. any The Whig State Convention Tennessee cause it to appeai y have been nevezth.asssonndandju4jThehopesofthe

ti!! plainly fft:1pP.li abU to Territories, and rall)'tneir followers in the South under the The Goggin. be said of Mr.Flour five similar establishments in the Union.i have-isely'nominate1 for re-election,to .the l le ; :' toihiieye&tbe'ustesupdntbevin ,*

wbkVof DoTirsC'cinnotbe said in any'prac- standarJ of pro-slavery, thrusting aside same thing may This department is in charge of Dr. Isaac as : ,1- -
office of Governor Gen. NEILL S/BBOWK
i tical.'sensetoexendttd'hein.: There are Whigs who have not a moment swerved in noy, who, after all, was only beaten by 8 Hulse, Surgeon of the Navy, a gentleman ; a' w'bic'perhaps b4 ''I ad; ;obaerve&'from: tie I, -
? also duties enjoined| KiMi;'rights guaranteed their votes. The polls in the powerful Democratic noble.. )Whig. His competitor Gen.Trous- time':of the olossfrnit 4tOthe'ripening of the
devotion but who have
1i by the provisions! jif Ke Constitution which patriotically county of Halifax, were kept three celebrated for his skill and talent, as well dale,.who has won much reputation .ODI the madethe. grjwith .,.zwedandlilled. ..]. .J,

I are:p'lainly in forceip tM Territories as well repudiated an issue pregnant with peril to days while in all the others open believe as for his hospitality and nobleness of heart field, and was a.very judicious selection, in the'pleasing I r,"a"Ju K1OWJ..1e

1 as in the States whether t ? "because they are the Union. (we It was through his humane and laudable exertions Gen. But-when" be. fouMthatthe.vuift'fTttw| sa-,
Pillow who
: in'the COnstitution:' oV b t. On tb.3 whole, Our neighbor of the News promptly catchesthe without exception) they were closed.In that a library has been established preference to was once'- well as.the grape 'M.placed! :them too bkh. -

,e'to.der he phrase Extending(or extension addition to these things there has been talked of. for" his reacb-wIiee saw that even bis"
'of the Conetilntion1' echo, and enters into a nomadic dissertation there, now numbering over one thousand In thanking the Whig Convention for'.the
] !,a: cloudy one, and apathy the of the caused canning and dexteTJtvJco not procure him
thU"a'clearer-: exp.)ssipn'of:' what is meant upon the Proviso, Clayton's Compromise on part Whigs, by three J hundred bound volumes,t for the use: honor it conferred/upon him Gen.Brown a taste of the juicy aills.wbJch tempted hissight
the division in
would have deviated: mom of the difference! the Southern Address, and "our young the Metropolitan District,- of the sailors and officers of the Navy. made some'eloquent remarks concluding 'asfollows -'}turneu" t 'total lOUr,

( which' has occastimeil and talented Representative." He very nat- The Whig party in the preceding Congressional I The following is the list of officers stationed : and ? ..to .his disappointment.
t Aii to the tftber poiriiWe election secured their six He congratulated l the Whigs upon, their his'dg.f .
Representatives er not affected
+, understand lihatlbi former !awj 'of a urally indulges, in his last, in a strain of exultation bare in the yard: Geo. N.bums Command.er success in Presidential campaign,-and;re baTi 2 only 10 .

I t conquered country jteinaitt t in force (until re- at his party success in the Old Dominion by majorities-Flournoy having] I ; J. W. Cook, first Lieutenant; Richard L marked that 'some.'questions ,hat!" recently far as these flavored ilietn.id his magviattonbdr ., )

I fealed) after its ''conquest or ceuion. excepteo and deeming it proper to furnish his been elected by but one vote-and it should I Love, second Lieutenant. ; and 'Joh.Pier.. arisen, to one of which he would allude t to suit his different$* ; /They may have

iar as they plainly\ contravene the eXIstence readers with a cause for this 'very brilliant have been known that the merest trifle would I son j Master. Captain Hollins (adds the the slavery question,arising from.the acquisition t- been sour, or sw | twt/whichever they

of the neT riiiliilg power or conflict again turn the scale. The Whigs have been I of new territories He said .that onT a were they remainet ne wnae'botrever: conary.it
with ito'enjoywcnt 6f tcc< acquisition. For effect complacently assigns the "unsoundness taken Picayune) is one of the best officers in the question such as this he need give no pledges tr haTe t onvehient'for him to

; exairi pic:-Suppose ftibi',! ;death by the law of of the Southern Whigs on the slavery literally by a snap'judgment and thereis service, and is now the only survivor ojthose r -he had in his birth and education 'something believe.t,may ..4l-P.'rd .7 ''.

Japan to conform to jtb t'Christian! Faith, and question." The broad shoulders of Messrs. more truth than poetry in the following who were on board the frigate Presi. better than pledges. lIe was in' favor When General ylor was a candidaUtoit
1 the !I tof view taken of the result the New York of the institutions of the South, but he valued -
contitryor any'iji tt .it were to be Botts and Pendleton are then saddled with by dent at the time of.her capture in 1815. the Presidency, the; tKofocoa laboredei'ard
,j conquered byChrl tii 14 ';;Aa.tlonve understand the: of the "Botts and Tribune : } the' Union above every..thing else. .He h :to 1 prove that': i-a s not-'OT'tJ'r J
"ignominy" charge. -
that the ertaltdtlounce!\ 1 against "When the 'The Len Star." deprecated fanaticism tbat''seeks to'array booted at the. Y..Jor..
Christians l be ibi taAteJ Pendleton, ( the News,) both of ,whom returns arc all in, it will be one portion of this glorious Union'against p DI.aman"who
r J by the change says Jons S. !
; easy to show that the Whig vote in Virginiais ; PEJJDLETCX was the only Whig a ;would not tanyoutT
1' of rule. But if'any,!ioi jiiition| should conquer advocated the constitutionality of the Wil- better this than the fromthe another 'was opposed tdthe proposition their' Whlgl'; to tfiem of be
year average of the four Representative ,State of Virginia'inthe any
made in of non-intercourse
another while the! avr'hf the conquering mot Proviso quitely but not the less 1p somequarters, advantages l 1eCIiOn of their
are ignominiously or eight preceding. The State is Locofoco 29th candidate
rondenon1 doitf jfoc' ;; Congress, He was the 'Lone Star" with the North in case of the passage of'the
: non-conformity there is no doubt of that and the Locofocos ought to $eCUftD .them.. ;,
dropped. ;
to any particular, fjpth r
I that' the.fact'of: .i its'COi ,i!et would extend I Such an'idea will seem truly marvellous their old party; but the Whig gone vote is as ensuing election the, Whigs gained :.five, footed ground on' Bunker Hill, or .Saratoga, b entered upon:tb rt'es of his bflice;the
the penalty aforesail': i act de- I to those who have paid attention to the or Yorktown for all the, land ,west'of: 'the
or Locos .
express it
any heavy now as almost ever before. We lose which gave them six! in the last Congress, Rio Grande all its hillswere still j.J ie was_as'much;Democrat
ere'ewouM -Teqiire! { ;to' extend it. In causes_of Mr. Bbtts's defeat in the Richmond Bolts and in though studded as'WbigaretftocoaisoIethein.:
Goggin, Irving Whig districts of the '
of fifteen
delegation from with and
wtelhold Virginia gold, its'nJcy filled with I
I short 'nai4ralja4ice, eiual rights. strict. Our neighbor must himself know by divisions-a few Whigs of Richmond elves with the Adp',L|'i4t be'woU1d retain ia
: toleration sincere' r cuS" t( be the bases I But the tide of fortune: has again turned slaves." lie' was opposed, to those, who office those who hd4 l.enerte:11be iDflaent'e'whichtheir"offices'
Charlotte and [
of ment I' in the absence tliat it was owing to a division in the Whig Amherst counties having chosen would deny the Southern people their.rights
tavirgoven 4iU4! in that
; to elect their Locofoco against us State, and the Whig party g 2rii:them ciaitflbrU to
1 I of xpresnictmeitj,1 tlajsoaver they dictate party. This division took its rise in the noy"ho was elected two years opponents.since T 1'10ar-1. of Virginia will once morebe, represented bya in the in newly-acquired the territories;and though defeat his election, t r |f who had lost no opportunity -
ti is to be presumed hejaw until that. t of Mr. B. that present threatening'aspect to'denoonu S"the
towarJs Gcn. : $
vacillating is m npprinei-
coarsp majority, now beaten by eiglanJ Forbes "Lone Star." "
1 presumption be dispri6v( C Tfibum.Democrat. whole delegation is now things a compromise should be made:,but he *"
p-J. candidate of cfefirincr11'
.-__-_ Taylor. Taylor received an enthusiastic: is lost nyjlfty-two. A handful of votes in "tow the Union : pled an : a
t ,:;:s ) ; Trrn.v 1.- Democratic, with the exception of Mr. JEREMIAH for AT HAZARfl", for ,During the first of ,hia
au' FromtiuCoLumt nomination for President the Con- theee districts would have changed the whole the South he could be M1vth t ;
M by Whig so long as consistent
of the : MORTON, who succedsfr.. PEXDLETOX before.the 'new AapBfintratibn had
aspect case. Powell has beaten fairly;;
j "We i ii htie and of vention of District; Cog 1V with the preservation of Union, but/or the '
cannot join tscription" cry pro. the and Boll, althoughin and who is commenced .operatiot&hejr: still drramed- -
gin by personal button-holding in Amherst i ,. a brother ofthe, lion. JACKSON Union at aU event
'- now of raised ilswe "ghll1b General Taylor the convention and pledged to abide by but if the polls had been kept open in Albe MORTON, Senator from Florida. May because Taylor didi|, prfgo! .\blindly to wcrkj
on ireoonl remov tft$ $ ; So far ,
it, turned his back upon its judgment, and marle as they were in all the Locofoco the "Lone rnG.1tr.-The Legislature of Gen. like his Democratic|$ ecessors to turn out,,
\ be
'have ttot th 1\ festations of Star"
seen < i any I. a "light to lighten the without di8Crimioati Wall who difiered with
proscrpli'vspirit. : ntjf> | it were- so-if the i sought to destroy its effect. This arrayed turned.strongholds There, Goggin was never must such have a been run of re ill Gentiles." Cuss's State,by a vote of 17 tq 5 in_the Send. him i inlithatresnltyvonLLbeas:

members'of'GeneralTivloVa cabinet have against him a large body of the Taylor luck entirety oa one side.; but it is purely ate, aril 37 to P i in the House, adopted .just they wished; and the rfoJfe .many of,th Democratic .

( erected the: political g&lljftH&. and commenced I Whigs, who could not be induced to supp rt;' luck, and nothing else. Five hundred votes Annexation. before their late adjournment,' resolutions' i instructing ojjice-holdeni*.suddenly became'

.: the'wbrk. ofdecapitaHorJV ;Ute hat of ill D. him; and who cast their vocs.! for another I in the right places, with the Whig vote concentrated L-, Th3: R'chtnond: : Republican, in alluding to their senators and requesting their. g.JOJ Tayior men aiiiltbought. that the nevi
the'office-holders ( i&1 Administration '
nniwr candidate Mr. Lzc. in the Richmond District, would'( this subject in reference to the Canada move the President was not so jb44 ai man after'all i*
Representatives 'to .of
her! # laim ,
l J any the urge passage a"
possess upon
have the had nbtJmcasmthe
given tis Delegation, though ; : they height
stations they'have eojlonjjj fiiled! Have they r If the question of s'avcry; hal entered]I we are next to nowhere." Kent, pithily: observes: "Evil comm nica- law that shall put an end to the't slave trade,I grap3 kT As sooa,-boif'Her,!as tae:-work of .

;, any rieht,to expect'dtflerfntMreatmjnt! than fully)into thC.canvas*,.Mr. BoLts would, have ions corrupt gool manners. .lCe p .these in the District of Columbia-: without, delay," applying the proper;medicines. for the cure.flores

: dEisa1 prfnciple! 'r of, "rotation Is nottltti 5 tk, I o:vo9ea ie 1'appIicabktothe Democratic been no .worse: condition. His.opinions Leaking Out. iisordcrly, vicious: Canadians out of the and'also provide for 11 fni 1g't 'views i. which bad bees *ezing upon, ibep?\

wboje "posse comitatuiT of Treasury had been promulgated1'arid; they could not The Union.takes in high dudgeon the following ]1. tnion. Or, if our ow -country.mcn insist the people.of said:District upon The.:question I- l lie unufThey'renderedivepuIeUiom necesjairl
b i
Lores cba ,the "fUd aNt
:gics 11l
paps ebt tat Washtngin ;nd .elsewhere! hare,been' i impugned-at least by those who inkling of a correspondent of the: uion their ad/nissiori; Boflieronutha 'will I, of the entire;abolition of..slavery! therein!." lOvv'asactivejnjcryrn tbej ; ; .r .sclwrIo'1.,- '-"

Mo&e ria1hIyTWhy tte wbinennd'"bim supported:q n.Cass upon pledges .similar, Pittsburg Gazette: i4 obliged neutralize:their influence, by receiving The same Legislature: has declare strongly teTSre tee cetlon\th ;jjr jri m laughing tt.ot

per:which lil*iL ;is whipped ineritabLfe cbj-b ;'about: a mat of though ,more equivo ally expressed. In a "It comes out that its venerable editor.has also to his hospitable,halls the grave, in favor 'of the: Wilmot 'Proviso! ,Cen:: the Whigs for tryingief& t VPresJaentwio

?' S ter AdthitT1ti 5 and kvbicwouid erery'change have been letter io'Mr.Ragland/of Louisa County, Mr. been imposed upon by that unmitigated mischief 4tely'dcorous Spaniard of Cuba: Thus Cass will therefore have the glorious:doctrine i would not make amc4jarcwardof-I friend-

maker, Senator Wcstcott. Unfortunately w shall be balanced! Canaii with ..; : ,1t ., ;.. .
t n4t' M rigb'fev ii b Aatdiocratic Admini8trafiofiucceeded Bolts thus plainly expresses himself touching fairly ; of instruction to. shield him from &utJiefiimaledictions i: shii'" Democrats t' .r..i".
the of the are an'1P
I : that<(& 'MrU: ,PolkT Gen the Wilmot Proviso. 'Had he been singly' happens that the harmony editor and the Democracy exSenatorare it i iUrowdyisoi,on one end of the plank-Cuba, if hi think it best to'return to 'ia not strange that,the ..thoold a..eay a and ..

his ml friends Taylor and has: should a right not fy anathemati/ed.&ll around him. in the Whig field.'he might have .preached not on good terms, and the former has wjth i its decency, on the other; at one end:, his first way of thinking. o. queec.things.' It 'istorrettedtbatna2uralhistory <

fof hiitthgative. ,Were sentiment from the house-tops and thpeope. declared that Westcott shall never again discourse lh}fortress of Quebec-at the other, the Mora: -- 'doeiiot4: tea as more u. .
reiSingbis '
the faithful column By Tdcgrapk to tht Chariuton Mercury: -t to ifaandv f eL. .Iafl 11"1:.
to his ;
Mgifc WM
thefetio other .t his through : Cistle-the stars and .stripes streaming from > yy tf peence
1dianta..v general change of District would have
} sustained It is also the case that both Westcott and NEW YORK, May' 8, 2 pi'rn. of.Jiistorysvre dafi only form aa'esti
J I or-o'ce-1 oUe"rs"everyfj)*\!'.years, would him.: He says: Foote are victims to the cacocthes scribendi; boil, while Uncle Sam straddling in the The Cotton market is firm, bat not active, mate of their; general' 'raeieTistie8; by oWserving1 \,

brkuptbt' rtain'tb antNrepubIiia ; not which, 111 utterly Io the Wilmot Pro- so Mr. Westcott scratches off an indefinite mtdile,.rolling up his:eyes, and wondering and prices are unchanged. ,' ; and folio wing &P relation of caase7' ,.
the-tae of am opposed
come a sort : .
I pJh.tQ oflkei'tp ks transmission preemption viso'ond to 'any and all legislation on thu quantity of matter upon -'proscription ar idsuch whjre- his 'mt: ifest'd sti y' will pitch him The steamship' Washington, arrived;thismorning and wth.certai11tr.1$1i--: itia-' ; '
Bremen.lIer settled .
like tonics hands them Mr. Foot from'ntharripton and aunougb5thei
to ."
I to their postenty unirnptireilj! That accom- subject, quite as much 'ri as if ,the constitutional t nc. '
advices have been be
with that he will oopy-ihem- anticipated by'theAmerica may, some errors ': *
:p plishejfl,.we should snot haJ! t.]!M many lazy power had never been con&dedas all request, ." ulewillmnthC *inairi > <. .
I arid pamperel-pfficials tJtttit i g.aboUt'Pennsylvania my votes will "[ >Hy) I.,' Unnecessary, inexpedient pttt them into theUni6n as his own: -The Virginia Election. r
There wash tremendi elusions IJoca1"caaesu M
__ contrivance succeeded and thus Mr.West us row at theAs and therefore
=; the
Avenue:'and eJRMrhere, to the t\ t. ; dM unwise. 'desire to leavethe questidntoseltle he foUow.ingis the result of Qongressio '
tor'Place : : '
House last
had the Opera where LocbFocoaarebipeVl
satisfaction of
bbhcbu&n J '!in t'ie Territories cott using the columns evening
nmenttof iisdf
s } %]We, repuLt then, or in i al Election in.Virginia 1The result in the !
__ __ Mr.MACEADT'commenced his farewell is i
j1j of the of alwa'ys'urighU
a i .1 rgrcssftt surviving organ the ,Against | '
l tll admitted party
th"cfwalking'papers be TAI the1/aTe the Union iLl
thonbtheyinay! at the wbo7esoihe u ,'grumble applies, Iheavenver. spoken 'on .!airl in'Con. the will and in defiance of the hostility of its 15 district- .-. at. .our.I.jast- dates, was not, fplF V gagament in the character of'. Macbeth. He fnl whether-they .diTid, hoof bat it isqaite.icsrtauv.ihal

1 V UOIt. ? 1dtheumlTes of > t'j'\rs tyo- .th'consid1 -.I vasbecatas .I''wined tq allay agitatiwiand irbprictor." '- as< rtained. It is generally,conceded, howev -, was pelted with volleys Jof1 rotten 'eggs'andsticks I thevjtmde) ,: .. MCIpQrovided 7."
excitement"and Thus the all -'that Mr.-Morton is the and chairs were hurled at hIm and I p theyVhavo'thtcsrand Wi'ia.< ,
1 I erea:. yeij:g dod n4htizppU d to their not create gati n. only Whig elected ,
.. amidst the most violent execrations and Btaaces. have beenknohemtheizk'
I -i. if, c TI "Wh Is be ; ': '
nredete ; ne\"er a preliminarv.stcp to in- ,
jtMstrious Thus thUnio
rs r1 the State
: n :
; .' shouts of "Down with '
I- the' *
5"1.f" ken for the dissolution shall English Bull, era .have shown the cl<; -pOL TbeZte
I ,i .i ator.Walk. 4tUornru regard it'as one far too high tms.Unionyl fo'r mi tci assume "In reply to:the allegations of this letter, DI.' precipitately ]eft/!,the 'sta e.. The ladies l long" to. the'.berbifor '.t"t ..;.' l"t11iit.4

: sdt 'Pl'orri' .t.d4JowrPidd t-M shall iransfer5 that to'the we'state positively that/we ,have not been ..James i\j..j\IiUS. n," Loco, vice ..A. Atkicon .: were dreadfully frightened arid hurried from jeing'gainedl i f rom i gi' others ,.
con- t
-. t., ...' zi4FmdvMt : quelltlon It will be tricked and 'imposed upon' by Mr. Westcott; ;do.V : V the theatre: ,MACRJCADTaJsX;;; a800n hence.theraiDt: '' .: tfee'absftacecjolgreennessin

-j _' As T1 e course.: 0 f''our fle2rc'ntabe-' has? the of siderationofmycoiistituenti those cases inwhich-if-1nethbers? of Congress one We have come to determination' to: exclude ,Richard Kidder Meade," Loco;re-elected.: as"-possible' in' a i close'.carriageF IlEIT 'President: Tutj-lor. It i4'g"raIIy .

- -.-f L sacb mbIf to, ffon..pblej in'flsatisfactionected' been ,- at' aucA-'should ;'takethe: initiatory itmfrom our columns.! ,On the contrary, it Thomas H. AyeretVLocd, "T. 'S.;. 'played at the Broadway Thcatre,*arM:;thu,' believed tha'dhe' *bom with their J
as gjve".almost uj ; was but the other day we published an article Fipirnoy W.., ", TV'/ "*' Courier and of this" '
I shall .in the of the .;. Enquirer: : morning.altri-: eyes ope1-h if the'enot:. the Opfl
toHs'coristrtu'entsj; % it honor ft tep, say language poet, _
from J/iV; WestcotCs( own which we reeivedfrom I i Thomas S.:B cock re-elected.' butes the .
j5V -, 'f -' pen : LOco outrageupon'MACRIADT 't -3FoJt.EST" them"yeP1l'Tide. auer'a r .n"JII'k 4Q
i ____ dzsctwch' 'QQltus1i io wljcro fear to ,
i angola tread.1'
upflv11e him It fs"trueih ;
ft ;, hit own' hands.. So)much, then, Paulus Powell Loco Vice '. O T' 'L lt"nown. /
I ; W..L/Gog-. instigation\ a. r. whetherthey ,
th.fJ 8W b :disippin I *on& roteISenatqr'Walk ::" cOid ss" m'yJ! iri ealitythe assunip for the preent'reJations between us,. whatterniay g .\ I .:: 2 \" .: -That paper has'since flatly denied such a bat it i&iit established) ,.eixyOUUg-ti*t tbeymtobtb5dpe. .j*- ,

wbch( t1f f'gaVe!, (that orJ tfon'of BO" fearful a task. although,ram not have once tx ted.". ': JamesiA.. Seddpn, ,L6co., vice '3; 'M, statement :.S '" : : :: wberietertihe' *aie .-t.bancsh",
ei,fb 1 1i4 ie a be placed in sensible of.having yet 8brunk from.any;thatt .
tor Whig : /
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*" This at oncelixes the idcntiiy'of the ? ft ; 19 conce'drd.inat'tBey i/iww.-
the wevioos practice f and -- ins -r.1Ir'' became ) "f : ,author ? .
1. & ; me to assume '1g. Thomas H. Bayly, L. ;re-elected .over ;c&n&4a. Their.habits.are,_lite-those\itfthakberg .
n : .Wfkui12ew" fuluStSforMni'the {'If ever the time should"arrive when itshall -- .of' thejurticie on."Indian: .SubAgenct"towhicWwe Jlalldry." ". f ,. ,"! ?, ; ', The Governor and his suite,, on:'the ,30thult whicJtturns8c ei : tba.

eqncpnthaMrtVulkerbaerred.J > become'necessary for the South to take : !ircfcrredhveckbefore:? last, and 1.,8.AeIandei: R.'Holladay, ;Loco vice while on;their way to the Parliament, under Taterb 1D MI v 1D '

-atiarepres_ nf. 'i ;i Wf11.fl! ".Din'ft. ." .:t i1t1rS'- ., io i its stand in1' j-e istarice tc the:North,: epebpe' 0 f SThCi4. God:in hIs mercy avertI4sball! [ be found'where'duty ,9. JEaKMUH_ .MORTON,'Whig,':vice Pendlc-t other missiles; but no. .further serious out. .: r..R
1. ; e; d4jr We bhowijtthyaplains : .
', t -1 "U 'habit-education: 'and interest; positonzaut! ; ([Ion ? not know thai "' i ,-.aIQ
1 ; ; on, din, .- :?[ break occurred. ._ how ioft&bu- "thei .
: RzsoW1OOXZzxL om Ae MZwa.X 'iik& : z. .. .alike call.:mejbcaringvrijr; part(and}taking we, sboildhaye_ given, publicity:!io/whi t!the. lOT Richard- Parker,'Loco,"ICe Bediriger- do- ,' .I MONTREAI .MD.y,2 h d laVhere"their laul( u'it to kit Its, .' I Ihdd.t

*. :H..11.IEa.-Thc. my share 'defence 'of 'the Constitution Union .J'unq tt.1ilied1y'conrad tt," were,'itnot I 1.:James McDowell,..'.Lo o re-elected :Every thing is at present quiet. :Nothing ., jIt-tI r ; .
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HoWg .1s1beTo.bate.the Senate,| oh rectdingfnm my own fireside; but: I will do notbinmy- : to give wholeness to:that. paper's connp' ". "" w'" -, is doing,in rParliainenti ;pfhe, Legislative :uwuence.. ,1. 'oyer, H'.; .UI, li'.U., ,
paiftreatsto: the self [and countenance no man who will] to firmaton6f'; '-- 12. fvl..P.-Edmundson: Loco, vice- W. 'Ji 1 ; Council holding session, the.vestry,of : '
Walker resolutions .i4t encralcnjectuie: There is nitccgq oy 4TcaangB. a w yv
I i w\\ consequent i hasten or encourage"ach a calamity to":freedom reston"Wf 1 .''" :: "' .' Trinity Church-,and ?
1b if,'brihe l;Assenib U. .i doub't ; / ? are preparing an.: d. sitionii tractabje ar4 tbw tr*: capabteJoibeipgdcwe3ti
IQtion. '
reeJf and hrimknity." '':' # : tfidtjt jsjtheX'Sub-Agencyf articleto McMulleri Fulton dress to the Governor,General! '
13. Loc yice tLord I
f.'Wftdi-S ; Usti J ,; ; Whig; 1 Elgii* ; ate4iifcaaefvrhile young.Hia4S .

4T1:1Jo. ,- "MeiswcBotki no gnT ,'Denf .' ; lothe- reF: t- A :o )! r. l-' ; ( wLlJlcb' JKth. ,.correspondent" *,\and the 14.LMJL; 'BeaTc- .. ., '(t.:>.vice-, ,Thompson, ., Inconsequence' of :the efforts,"influential:i .*- ft ftora/fe$ cbed' some.. of- 1 ,

niJCr.m\.I. ei r. .tG ; ; Norton'b ; RichmondiTtmes : > editOr 'I alludei' ?;Itnvasa.fantastic1 piece'o'r L.), ,:,..' 'i"' ( ., ,: f' ICh' says; ... *' "
$3ft there has been
i .r,. : : *i *" JM f ** ** ff pny 1d: ve:3jcati' imoitiin': g q ,its ii 5-T.' 'i'-* ':-" --* ti'-- +' .' no rioting' to-day. ajMovraxAL : sidered wonderful thai tha />coa should now .
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J ';,nOu1neMmOw. I..J 't.H1.. 1bm' '; II'I'Greatiinjaslice: fs donft to thts gentlemanspexial ;1' '." is ,r k iri t )iil i ;bt..it't' t i Although; ,; ;?: ,there has..been considerable'big : May;. x make such a hne-aBd-cryjftout the course

t Ii Itf' IitS kd-Wi1Iizn44>, I :!' bl.tbe'Demaerntit papersofthfs i! and:other ." ;e.,- .. .. :Q..t; _Jt! gain in Legislature,'there1 is, still aembcratic1 : pur'City-'continues :tranquil. ,Parliament. pursued by the present dua1station-this ''.
) !LetiaiitJre"tiatJ; ::i j; fprfuoafcly. l5Qu1hem' .stites !For the'pu1pose bIeagetting pranks Jtjwusj! destinqi'.to; cijt, {among-; hiS reported SoIltJon''proidlng fot !'1"future dOes'notd Qo&e fD onaisteP'. r-it -,

:ii p0eea6ithuestISni q4cncurtenc2cfithIk j aslmu 1i':1S' P sSibli'lhe" :t ,1f ofthe.DexncratI&vict The old.gentleman.is a wag and no mistakeThVwrre'ijwndeht majoritf j of"lOin"("" tire; Senate-v' ai id:1this.e meetings-every four yearsr.Wft learn thtrVhature Uspw* js*; i vt* 'Amerelv'deaotei !'Inf

on th ; I : ri l i ,tate.+ ti9ri .. icHs' %s ,that.rtbe '.two 1-1--1I '- :, ". A\t''ii, : '" :w from Quebec thaf. there'Jsl aL'good'deaIc fagitttion .: :!1 1J 1:1'-"& :ft efliA 'tuu,, r,
1: <, T&e1WId we1a1 i t.ptat'Ol1f. care if taken'* vouchsafe ebhiigratulatiohV 1 n'' 'named ii are'Victinis' (totheacoetlies' 7 ..tc; icrfytridi- !; I -4 -i. -, .' .- t' 'b', f among the people'the Easternmajorityor Tsytoroud .."-l -'j i.. L"t- -..,l liB'lhad
; j'" r Iti !i r'\ : i ; at MrJP n4letoi '4'defe' f, I bi 'lIsIjtND of' .CoBA.- TheIslandIlof"Cabans ; Ships tof',tb.r IerPmvinctiprinc IJ1rocci I- their number, or"feat. be, fiD ilI.n.a.., ..
- I. ) ,'t.TbtMf m 4r, ot1J cause it is allegedbathis ''ansoflnd*'bntbMtevw w ;.hv,) l: l1e it fI .W eoi)i( iza4so <:three. I thoiuan4five hq'o4redfsuicJaUeagues. d 'by'i'tho-'Frencb. J ipopnlatioi n. c1d"''c U.rl ." "Uui'J"'Di' ,

\ ./ot, f d Dri. ie\h "i tJ quicvhiiaptE! Morton,.bissucccesful Lp ty Jroth for writingTa4 1 t lki ng; :flandr; onJyjwcftfths" Dj .. 1:3tT 4 ;:-t""- 11' JI -' L:4w i ,, : p 1" h. I .. 'l:
--r ii' WiIJM competitor, is perfectly'brthDdo .5'3tOCLLA.M: ; IyO. J .p i- ..f':
tii4b am4caltivtedei4Qjj thremaii
Bif'F thidd.fbis ethes' Zojeiidia ] 1. .eltDW.,
ca g !
.: aW e; t1 i :'thtJ'Ui. It is but just to Mr. Pendleton to_sajv that he k'i t.ioi.S .t i 1c r cj-fifthaiio\vunased\one is probably Va .t < fp. t!:OU1'eIeetiOft h 'resta1te4 tnuc1i! ken u.foi..J y"qM1; AS :',.t:'
lt" bbiipg 5 : ;
oJ is greatly Misrepresented|ia 4h" rejre> } r ii. o
irtH '
1'iwbi <>proih fncesagainst .h"J'tll'f.'i-: :. -*, ,* uc14sonebalfofd tl, C 1fl1 11. so.l1 53 ; Mr. Halliday for Judgtfof ,tW''a', ;
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jIei'aii *ienc(?&1jictMjfsD ..it li'eq1lently.JJ11de.Jq blopnipQflthslaveryqusUon '. wf.compena vi ., It twey e -Lte J 'f ii F6bter.JudgcIfltosh'of about 80 upII t.; ( M1 Wt .te, \
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I Ttu:4G w5Lt.2't itPijr t5 1 r&tt ; !Duripg1 q cqy35h; e'Dati /\ht.,1k.1iyeran' eJ 'W&.liat rather one indrcd.* octelgbut" .T-and r' > -i* \dINTh. .1.1 e 'I. t
1ft Ie&tl.u\1l.re
ninetyixcl 1i
( l.tDO J n J "m It" puc1 1 dl4ttb3L! be I\t1trJYrlj: : .1, I'I..t.t'I'.d tt' as.W "- '
.Ur to1h Yih Pl i tlio't &iStrk i9n tb +1im'ftl :;i1 ftix. et.fi In::1841iJbl p.1J1; gn' ." ont11 ..reW eaI1er'fOf 'f':
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.aYW&1 r'' .hriD4t-ol 4 '! I"J" yote d L ( "- "j
8'' : : live of soldiers ahd re'sident'fQretgncrsswfe UocadfoMeeU i4thisCouuiy4A't'Vb ttjrJ" 'I'
-,1 *J.f-.ftl to torotra ." iiu4ifidil i awouL4: 'Pal/ r1kcf4rP 1"- ;'flU 4 i1J., 'bfldj11fl, Ministel4 I.t t li i I ,j
} j.- 4AT oneillicm.eteD,tbo1 4 "q4' id rI t1aV'ft'awhhoitltoti .
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.. i : he in-toislingtttxippli >* inj n C t ,
_,.not |** Lejgislaerations ? tinj buJ;, regard e po tQtn }, artal'L .r ctnsas'hast .'fcis t"tiJtt.t1ka'; 'pf hia friediSibtitas "
.. ; more "CfJnl > ;
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"" thejconsUtutionai J
\ tire,bnt sii 4 I power Q.ngres.sto pass icf ; ,
'JIareu t. Jh It_saIdth&t be.could flot reject.tlj.:WightpftaathoritrJn I &cktkeJOstexpeditioaioth&-NortJ ab aD!increiiseqabout;three t hundred. (a sporUaneous =nfat&bytlmustc'hightf w.Jt1IowoYHtt'.. _' .. "';. .
i f.f3 ; nrJng PetB! tfs 'i'c rts :1 -. 1
its faYorr,1FQTeYery -bAt'itma" t aiigo. hot[ nd. ,'Abautone.hsif'of thetjpopularlion fleep e', I .. : 'M rit & __
.6 Wi My, '1) n I'Q OI J e n. w-ftj! rtr ,
- .. .. 01 an cutraged pcopl |f Io'do'as'h' cal porpoWrtheyeforft it$Js/ondeniabTs' ihat .Jj t Jnt17 (r ft :4 f, hf I blick anlfotthe! .negroeMfrom_ "one-' 2*l atefal?to ,]tIhs'f p.'J..i'I i
'.L Mr. Pendleton the southern emimel of II 'IQJ.l :"Jo;one)bjrd'J'OJlrc ; .9 t M etl.u bia'i :care 101MI'I. 'i';
took pne _
I &i !! to do4. very.strongest gi1rrtlou1ef ; 'hifm .D I < '
: hubcimotembaticayecstf4;eBi '\;, ground.; emrtin !. ... p ? ,.' :;_ ,:'t' of;the "imports'arc from the: 'United t: Y ouf'ILf. !r.ver-!.''. anor. terd.uamel, .1rJ->.. J.f.11tt't: .t f f !
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; -1 hu the, Het1l oa"f'Wetl8_ ; j jSe -' .v lft1x4f. rc-omorid*,oaei week ecnoctirerMcetkfrsm '
$ nndividea portion .Or'hulTof that a .
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Whii t ; ""*****'-*:* ''* if v"Xairrrj. knows this dste JDeIa ,
tract of land
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i 1f : _...Jtriwl "reee1i tnlJ il'&lI.JDO Hous ,,, h'i. .. plainanir m B !I Ir the"AWa Gn .t"situated in Marion eonatrwithla -'GEQJtOE" L j. 8.11AW'.;. I', ". tNS.:. !>... t.>tc. : I" :- .f

\ rn'thera scarcely doubt tea-a inl T\bei'- 'r H.Lewi,and wUe,'w and:}'f*written perfom4iK.contract.:of a fin mSet.c Ocala the county site of sub! ,:)- ,Cuax'sOmcE: ,-. TS, I .;. ready for aI "
( cona ty;'consistiBg vt the best lands of Florida .
iik io tl1 i( rG l i i. ; iCimt.it'Cotut : .foe .
B..Je"hUu4wU. fSLrJohtCouty\ RnoBhig-haa*
dt eies4SeliiU,,liriDfston forDunlCountyji ., -iUnias aa txceUent and healthy locatioa. 'Said wad <
luriD MRun&Wbig) j, ; r. ,;*.<- n"s .H- '' *WrtS tS} ** or parcel of land II situated ia Hammock," :1. PETER'B. DDMAS,'Cl rk of laid CowrV i 1L,4 .
".. kin made'.to S7 Bis. tU.b1 eert1f7 above to be stra c.PY1.r. Prbata'l 0 .
having thrf'sBtls&S :
majority. pDt ,1,1t appear to section township IS, range tonth and '
nmeb 'r ;Iht >ia Dural County the of Order duly taad-aad entered-.f-RseccrIb. U
'k- L tho Cottrt by the affidavit of tie eom2i east BBdiesftUfa fifi* n hundred'((1930 sores
hctt IK$tention to nominate a'eaoOaJji a yfywn ; f* i iVhitsundayr..Ka i .injtbe above entiUed cause,that'the said more or lais.v It'ir mte ef.'';desirable abov entitled catxsj on the 1t- day *f October W _
4ttL* Thit entleman'.they' eelected"ha4'the1b1tob j dants reside out of the circuit aforesalCand tracts,of land Ja'; East Florida.and'.win N'oispoeed : -- A t et.
\ : i i wild John of IN witness whereof, tbave:tomato seta ..
: : the .hindmost pf the I&Lerisaod wife rend*ia the upon reasonable terms. 'For psrticnlari,
.. dredih Anniversary it ; 1 JUabama*,and that the said.Thorns* 13. term, &e.; apply IoC...Wr DOW&ING;-- ( a.).ILi1-7 hand and affixed the ml of ald J .-.
mod lo| a 4emocnit was the ermon will be.preached t and wile reside lathe State of Connecti- :April U-tf: ; w/.Jackaonvine,Florida. :Cwtat:the City of St. Aigntaetae4aa ", 7" .'

'.nzDlttw! ;_take this U&just retribypocriay suitable for t&e,occasion., "5 :;I therefore, oa motion of the said complainant; _,tIh-4a1. ef October 1818.: -- For isM

1Nbo1$1Nis1ihe .T of denouncing ilUa'Forward,and Samuel L. nrritt .NOTICED ",P. B. Drt.Ls '. 'I'Ia&ea1 NiVeriqI4EI4r 'fl IrucbaimMrsaI.NvT1t

C t h the Whig Iea&erifthJi&b&Peeo ,. .' .. .. ;' ate wlkiton. It ia ordered that boiice of the TS'nereby- given" to all whoa H'-may concern, : ,.,,_oemberZ18l.-_' .Clerk.c.C.ot&.I"'c.a'1'- ,. "lii&!
of this suit be in Ja that the ) ,. .
published Ablleriber.1ril1
fon& newspaper apply by petition as jl.
: ofdowgt"though : : .1 '_. :oF iDA aforesaid) for the space of I guardian of Norman M. tress minor, to the ,- -, > .- : _
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You, an your. breeches. ,' ,-, i I' months requiring the said defendants ap-i Judge of the Circuit Court for East Florida at the For Sale. ... .- ? .-..1p'
-It 'h and answer the said bill or in default thereof !next term of said Court 0'be 'held at Jacksonville -f-- : l 1 _setuP
the The
-t 'i rok.f straps. genii flUUIXE 1 ,and all the natters and things therein Dun county, on the:4th Monday ia May rIUATery desirable tract or.J parceKof land' -' .', ,.t .. -' t.l.I' AL"' .J

tJe. ti *. by'the Whig'COnYeDtioii" -:- I ,wiU;be taken as confessed against these next, for leave to sell the real estate of DId minor. .JL. .lying on the East aide of the Rivet Sam! J' colA Cb*. tOr;IlIt'I'KaJ, YI T.
) < eaadi-: .aT. OP,'cSOLL .r: : decree rendered& ..: ":i, ;? : in said County EDWARD,,R. 1TES, : Joh, &Dd Ja a.n .County, knows byths aal ,..*bstra 1i1t..1akh."
WUD ff. .dJDost'OI the.:three l under-my hand at FUatka.in the circuit April 12-im.,. .. Ga. of" ,ar&Djil de sun Jose,".' d Jattens-.yt" ;.1. FOUNDriP' iatMos

.te& b4erabI.. The"retornsshp\r d this 20th day of Aprfl,A. D.1819. name or Wentinlham,. bowed by 10 InS he
'J..I "I I .; .. :M il4.lICht. Montrr i, ; T O.i. DOUGLAS ," Notice.' ginning at a.Ukkory tree and ditch ia the bank ,ssaRkftgfiMiGS

tUt>. .: : .:his Whig competitor iz.aiAhii oa115. eebt.Lue A ir ; Juil : .. SDfmontht after date wfll'apply to,the of the Rlnr.:& John and nuuuBg f\.45 I loamy and 4IlblJESffiLtSlT' *' ..Uth.b .

: [ .in face of the fact,that : .- .C "'" ,te., .;. : of Nassau county for a finalacquittance Eart, seventy-one (71) chains to a pine tree mar tbcs,. .Coat,.,11,
'( 14'\ icir. ; Eobert, VonngUooi erk-of the Circuit on the Estate of James Sapp, dee'J ked wilha:eroM,'() .where it meets the King : : "
MWU i 3d unaided after the noirna.i May terboro., Montrosej.. for the counties of Alachua and Levy,do late of said FEUiGYIGE-- '. RoadV-'This line separates front the UtIle: qulity..,)lr. I' ".

;. 'i {1.r.edi"of: judge1 Be hufte'warmly. May 14, schr. Florida'- Certify that'the foregoing order is acor- ; Adm ;; Jose,'Ashley *;fiddr-thence running aont'the .

._ 'ed 1Ip,to the last moment.,' May. .14., schr.. ,&. j; -:.-1.,of. .aa order' -'made:; and ROW em filo. in ny- *., ANN* SAP. .,' Adm"x.' Kin,thirty.ROad(30)1\OrtkesterlY'links,to spIne,aenal1 bee marked(10) 'chainsand with across b.ti _

4'1 ow eitc1e ra t'riothing from' h Ustimony.o1.J'here to.seDl1bDei Jreb.8-6niT" / 'T ,_ \ fX) standing at the bead eta branch;whlca :tlOSfOfth0S4; .. _

: MrL. ""H! .office, this 23th day of.April A.O. branek.strwMn it follows ontil it:fkQs Into the I pey in type, g,Iretface ti: .
YIeaq ifti, |* spect which attaches to the ;. ..:ROBEflT-YOUNQBLOOD; cterk. '. ,- iAdrulniitrator's Notice.ATOTICE R'rer8s 'JVbn; 4heooe>southwardly and*$* of theirhilt fer'adrrtIsia. -q iii,
I ia hereby given, that/ after latter geatleoafii.. It shows, simply, that the mAKES t.biI tneth04 to : Y 4m i piration of six months from this dale I shall __- .
JL .lio that she.will keep : ,_ ., Ukkory tree the point of bagiaalagj contaiaJBi 11--. 'b- .," 1': ; .
people didjalliW J "party prejudice" to enter House daring the IIIIJIUDet{ ; ,apply Duval to theJuclgeot to : thd court-of Probates for. III survey, three..hundred and' fifty (330):Mm, ..\;.' : t to '.a: :
county dMchurredfrom -
ST"/N TIc)3' mradniriv.istratorship ; 10__
emitter as to exhibit a decide Boarders aDd for th : 4. ottbo Estate of John B. Christopher more-stissi. I > .
'o ; For particulars '
terms apply to .
or travellers generally. -.n'
Bieierencti For It* nominee. ARMED OCCUPATION SETTLERS deceased.1 LEWIS CHRISTOPHER ''c.; \ .-
regular eral hitherto DOWNINGAgent.
** patronage ; THE.ARMED OCCUPATION Adm'r of the Estate JohaB.Christopher,dec'd. :>IAGA C| J
'- 5 ls it JacksonviHe E.F. : ,
L4! was the foremost", spare no efforts to give TAMOT bun : !;
aeuc iz ex- 8 lSI9. 6m.
f i The under Agent of the Interior ,February &pt:21. '.LtgLi
house is commodious and .u ., CktafettfnXeitJrf .asai*
c1ta.6 .n We thought it wonld'nt at the following places on,the days T :
part ofLhetoWD. A a term of the Circuit Court of the Eastern

lie bad tI.! 4t No matter r; it's a small {a. Jacksonville May 17,1&1S.Take below before,to him take in relation and receive to the proofs settlement by de L:Circuit Florida, held at the Court House PROSPECTUS 'T6& l i I ioLjIL j >Y _!f

-..nd j' h'I ate no doubt thankfully re- of all persons who obtained per- in J Jacksonville, the 22d for day the of County November of Dnval in the on year Wednesday of -' .n, ,;. ,* ': t4" ttX" Jb' .;. ._ K
: nEVIEWa' ;
I : r r4I the act Congress entitled "An act our Lord one thousand eight hundred and fort,. THE AMERICAS S t. ao,.p1.nic :W' .appJad-.
eeJvei. : : mIlE undersigned would for the armed occupation and settlement '
J1 '
JL tion to the fact that they unsettled part of the Peninsula of Florida," king eight Judge.Present-the Honorable George S. Haw A WHIG JOCRNAJ.DETOTEDTOPOUTIC, JL3fDLUERATURt. -:1 5. 4athe 'jII" '','me8isa

-lohmnaaalty. aunt. They respectfully 4th August;1842 and who
were occu l
respectable readied them to make immediate under that act and the act amendatory there- ElitaETpopton, t fa.chancery: Bnifor'DiMartinK.Clopton.5 ., Tinsacknowledged 1 r i JfjU :
Mr. Day printer, fofitivdy adhere to the cash ; June 15th,1844 and who-settled or Torce' Jemn;D.-'TbeIpley Editor -,w d'tJa ,bylJha Pnatai die bed Aawrfca

the city of4iark, from Philadelphia on w credit in future. under said act, and did not voluntarily IT appearing to the satisfaction 'of the. Assistance,' In the Political> Department,. Periodical pubESw*;often at the eoaunoae B 9t
May 17-tf. or abandon the same, but continued to Court of the lei nL mijJl'il' 1acI. eat*In inker iTaeis LIts
of the Hon.Daniel D.BaruartU
4th insulin! state from that the defendant in this _
Friday a dying, con- on said frontier south'of theMine diTidinlP cause resides out of the < : ieatarw henj wrjwOl.be eatir. lv'A; rief.
- smmption. ;f H&had: been to the South, and number nine- and- -- teD-- -soUthaMC1 oi this State Court of FIorIds'and beyond jurisdiction of I N the original Prospectus of the American Re inelndinr. tJ;tsf'."" 'v ***" "" *> V.WA *? lY
Therefore,1 motion of
Notice.TI I line specified in the act of 1842, thereby James W. view, issued at Washington b.Mr- ., 4MLRICA.MRWS. ..... .
: t-
wcu g opeless to his family, strivinjlo IE under ,.havin to effect the objects of said act m: Bryant IT is;Esq.ORDERED,.Solicitor, That for said said complainant, its former proprietor and Editor, a number the 4MERtc4zq PORTRAITS' ., ..; ..
his mother before S. for Newnansrille Auchna deCendant.appeAr leading'.Whig Members of the Twenty-seventh -4MAgfcAN.r4LE''
reatlwWi to "see Agent the county, on Monday; and answer said bin of complain t of said
the Government landS complainant Congress (13&6,) subscribed their names to the 34MfrRJc4.&axzreHlf'
in '
.t. within three -
be died! tr' t the Hotel keepers brutal. East Florida, hereby St. Augustine, St.John's county, on Tues is riruxuKR months.IT ORDERED That a of this folio wing resolution: : A scries of 'sth'frethwPIlsiWfour .

ly refused t it him apprehending thatUs trespassing on the May. Order duly certified by the Clerk of copy this Court, Earnestly approving the pLu.or( ;sneH. a National best Edmonds srtistjihttading 4! tlier CoJ 1.bratim Gic ,.
Putnam rand
disease Iwa t t'cholera. "You knew my May 17-tf. Pilatko county, on Tuesday 22d published in .some newspaper printed in the organ lone needed and manifest importance ,and the OK*p efl oCt
Eastern Circuit of Florida once a week the undersigned agree to contribute for its n .
consecutively .11" q.d
mother,". Udli"?'invalid to the first of them, Notice.TN Mellonvillc, Orange county on Tuesday, for three months.I pages, from time to time,such eomanaucatioas at 'h''" .EV. .,

'land I ': aick with the cholera but ,. OSCAR HART, Clerk of said Court do may be necessary to set forth and defend the doctrines is now sctireI) fa- .U.
nqt N virtue
am of a decree of Marion tSe
: Ocala 13th PartratQ PiMte Men
county, on Monday, with his q4isirice.
hereby certifythe above to be a correct of held by the united Whig*P&rt1 of the
vka coasttipt&JB'." He was still refused. the Eastern Circuit of an Order made and entered or record ia said copy entitled Union. 'Signed by Geo. P. Marsh, Daniel D. The Portzaasq4iithagai,4.:A '

ht John's County, we will Lake Lindsay,Benton county, on Monday cause,the date first above mentioned. Barnard, J. McPherson Berriea J.'..InenoH, vines win be sontfayed to enry Neibmot .
me in y.!irash-room your kitchen, auction at St. Augustine in Lx WITXESS WHEREOF- I hereuntoSEAL. E. Joy Morris, T. L.Clingnaa, Daniel Webster, fore, with'life-iacMtehe Uteir fives sad s laTR'ANSLA -

any where, :;bat; ido not turn me away, I on slaves the rh 2d Monday Rose of her June Fort Fanning, Levy county on Monday 9th [ ..] set my hand and affix the seal of R. C. Winthrop, Tboa. liutlerKin ,'1IamlltoaFi btry. 'EarkeittbeIflodwlb .1_ 'ez_. ,.
: and son said Court. h J. P. Kennedy, J. CoUamer.Wm. S.Archer TALE&"f; 4 3 J1iW

luTe.inoMyjijr feawrf* tale-I am a human Ellis, with other personal I Tampa, HQIsborongh county, on Monday, OSCAR HART, Clerk. Rufus Cboate, Alexander IL : ,.:. .,! .11

being? : the man cried like of Jesse A. PerpaU, late of 17. __ u Dec. 14Sw.ALACHTJA By an agreement witbthe =on, .ESLflMe 1"
p.Att4 poor a Terms cash,and title papers Key"West, Monroe county on Monday, Mr.Barnard continues his political coaaeetioa BEn. '1 L T.SKB .

child. The :humane driver, who attended B. A. t. corrmr TAX COLLECTOR'S with the Review an adviser and regular contri .{ ", .j iH
himaftertl''I' S. P. [ Dade county, on Monday, 20th Au- SALE. butor. \ nON,__' .. ,r
swooad rejection, took him to
th,.05ee :1iy stable, where he died&buill' i75w.Eastern Pierce, St.'Lucie county, on Monday :BY virtue expose of authority for sale before in me by the law court vested house,I An will engraved be found portrait in every of number some distinguished of the'Review.person and win embrace:Htmjthing AaasCngtive .

the Ijgtit tThe.. of the May door in the town of NewnansviUe, Alachna The will usually be portraits of living American ,and ReadtMtt?wr 1a progress fa UIiI nrIL
sympathies county -
interested and who have not already As a Family'Ua| aiae.th*Editor{J.ised
persons the 4th of June Statesmen and whenever that ia possible,will beaccompanied
Monday 1819
on day ,so much
citizens of 1 ietrark were naturally excited Circuit their proof, are requested to hare their wit- of the interest of the following earned in with an authentic Memoir or the that ao rivalry cpt.iect,so opposition_ iu
(I L| *r r cult ready and come prepared to their persons value and worthla$".ha.effer U t e tk*.w u,
prove '
by this sad< ecrrace, and the funeral of the folly. Settlers on binds heretofore nnsnr- the Arredondo grant in said county as nay be person representedTbe in tone,character imrarr merit aad "IlIA..t
unfortunate IN will hare to necessary to pay the taxes due for the year i&iS, first objects of the Review are of coarse political beau. ,J r ... '.. too
tmligeTwas: : attended by now an opportunity Identify bJtW
largeconcourse. and the expenses attendant upon said sale, vix: :
Gregory Yale : it is designed to set forth and defend the
I; ,| '. vs.complainant,))I HUGH ARCHER, So much of the interest Bloodgood Tilirton principtetr the meatttret, and the men of the united TIlE MOL.MAGAZlNE.. ---. ----, !!. be'f
1 1oj John H.Lewis and wife,and V Anit the Manor. as will pay thirty-seven dollars and seventy cents Whig Party of the Umon. It has been a matter '
1 "h, of and expenses-also,so.much of the interest of Jesse of to that Party, that,though it embraces OJ"'T- t ; r.J T _r 1
COTTON F, qrokr IN MIDDLE FLORIDA. Thomas B. Jewel and wife, I 2.5, 1 jut reproach i

The Tallaha Stntind Mr. GEOICEJoxcs : defendants. J 3-tlOct. half Delano cents, as, and will pay two-dollars lso, so, thirty-two much of the and intend a in great part the Intelligence and learning i N.'famllyhsib4and san aI'.to" J
:1 expenses
says, ef the country,it has had no Quarterly or Monthly '
!!S on'to IHolden in its cIre 'for when such t.djcsl
Till be ps
came of the heirs of William Taylor as will
of Jei eirsba_county is, we learn, actually JL Messrs. Pearson and seventeen dollars, ninety-eight and threefourthcents par organ.devoted and measures.to the expression The conductors and defenceof of.the its I can be obtained ..forb..td1eps. Iai.s

engage ''oi preparing for,the erectionof for the complainant, for an and exjnses-also, so much of the interest opinions American Review have done what in them flea to MpPi44grwho ;! .TAt-'i
said John H.Lewis and his of the N ew York Association represented by .s
a Cotton Factory on his premises in Jefferson for in said remove this reproach by securing contributionsfrom win not wib.li abseribe 1 J.i1.. ;
as prayed bill of WilliamThorn, as will pay twenty/five dollars, sources of undoubted ability and truth. 'It |

contt'i.Xkis! : .we hope will ,be only : reading the bill and exhibits GIDEON'f forty-eight and one-fonrtn cents and expenses is their intention, poasilble,that no Whig in theNation The gttfefHolJJi'ls] tw..wJf'wlJ!
after due consideration, it is also K much of the. interest of ;Noah Jan shall want either to defend ing peculiarly Amiaa ita sentiment..4ks1
Arguments ,or
the pioneer i tythe!; :rjrk'of progress, in this judged, and decreed that a as will pay four dollars and seventy cents and Authorities to support hi opinion; .. it gathers aada
part of Frl4.nl itli, under the penalty of six expenses also," so much of, the interest of Israel The literary department of the Review will 'French, Englwa,'W Americas perIodicals wha.
against the said Lewis and Foote as will pay six: dollars ninetythreeand in spirit with the politicaL The conductors discarding their fofflf*and vlceL"AeeabIatlss
A SCXSIBUC F \tLow.) -The Mid hill; and that the said President of the United one-fourth cents and expenses so muchof believe that there is learning and originality of the Encyclopedia Gaattiwr,the Qwtiy
l I| I Washington Mary M. Lewis, and each States. the interest Jerome Johnson as will pay thirtyone 1 enough in this country to sustain their caterpridc Review ami the-tW. ekly ewiper'tt'is'7fl

eorrespandent Llite: N. Y. Evening Post, agents be enjoined and 'II dollars seventy-two cents and expenses to the foU. separate ao4 .&IIi ..;
voting or conveying, or also, go much of the interest of Moses E.Levy as The Foreign Miscellany of each number will he enough of i&Ua to
mentioning thejafiplssal: : of clerks from the to leaf, rent or convey any 1't" of law, I, JAMES K.POLE, Presi. will pay one hundred and twenty-seven dollars as authentic as the best foreign papers can makeit itself to everyi Itoa.: -

Pension office, bjiy* that one of them senta thereof mentioned in said bill of the United States of America, do twenty-seven and one-half cents and expenses;also ,and may be referred back to as an, &urate See what \: .: : HoUea t
exhibited with said so much of the interest of Gilbert Lewis, as
make known that Chronicle of the times.
declare and sales
special i|to the editor of the Union public C C "The : 4hr'. tWIIsTCTYrIJh1M:
said land
reqt assigoe 1 to them or held at the undermentioned hind offices in will pay one dollar, thirty-eight and one-half .\
to dispense* thHhe usual lamentation, ashefeltnodtspistt the said decree and award FLORIDA,at the periods hereinafter cents and expenses ; also, so much of. the in- I Termt.-$3 00 a year. Payment,to be eliDed amnsing-4uaose. $r.YE'--KtI bat.ctb; '"

I. or purchased by them at said to wit: tercut of John H. Lewis, as will pay three hundred for in advance,or early in the yeat. niekerbocker., -. .1' .-L-.nl.lt1J. ".

: ja' to be bathed in tears redondo grant as aforesaid. land office at NEWXAXSVILLE,commenc and forty dollars and fifteen cents and expenses .Dollar: agaxme for September to.<

for the ann! sntenit of political opponents dered and adjudged that the Monday,the 4th day of June next, for the ; also so much of the interest of Frederick The largest best and ,cheapestDICTIONARY excellent- number. s nTte literary eoatirtraJ(
stand until the farther order of the public lands situated within the un Vlarquand as will pay sixteen dollars, ninety ned and iatr JH.ker.claH.ol1IiIIJ Aaeri-

or something 4 3: that effect. appearing to the satisfaction township and parts of townships, three and three-fourth cents and expenses; also, ,. can Poets aad .1Jieanno&Jail or.I1
said Lewis and wife reside so much of the interest Alexander M. Muir as
Like Mr. 'I ;!.be did'nt relish the "dead work a very poalharactcP ;'The .f
+ pp ion of this Court, to wit:in will pay fifteen dollars, thirty-eight and three- in tho English Language, is, confessedly,., bio is .t, sad"theHolJcn'f ,boo
Bate Line, and East ofth. principal
1\.0 'J'" ;I:;:!'i';: It is further ordered and ofljit fourth cents and expenses; also, so much of the lit'er"a' t.W. u.1entancHIMt ct'euhi-
; Meridian.
44- his order, under the seal of interest of Mordecia Myers as will pay eight dollars WEBSTER, tioa of f" diu1aereasWi.lHorace -
lished in a printed twenty-three; township twenty-four, five and one-f.nrth cents and expenses also, '
pr ..eICD.huvAL newspaper t'uentirettark U 1bri,mij 1 ftl. Crown GrtttftUOLDM'S ifthi v. TrfantC *- t *
the space of four weeks, and sections eight, nine, ten, fifteen, and six. 10 much of the interest of the heirs of Peter itch- Quarto J *
r. AjunucjL. -The America el 1452 rp.with Portrait t of the author, Revi d 't xOAinii-Tl Seiim?
or this order and also of the townships twenty-five, twenty-eix and as will pay one hundred and twelve dollars six
arrived on th '&th7'tnst. bringing dates to the ssne barton, be forwarded, 't'en, of range twenty-three. ? and one-fourth cents and expenses; aso, so much by Professor Goodri,of Yale College and Price$8. ber,nomber of this baa beenreuiye4.&Mt
'' Com;:by of twenty-three; township twenty-four, >f the interest of Robert Mitchel will paytwenty- "Hie swst COMPLETE; ACCURATE, KEI4ABLE simply say that IIt1nhIs b1tIQEofd
21st u1t.1' *,*ales of Cotton for the week regular course the is the
the ,two three,ten eleven twelve five and three-fourth Dictionary of Language, recent not be doingjntsoitsments. flUtbSbIZ
id to said John H. Lewis sections one ; dollars thirty-four cents;
hare amount (to32,240 bales of which of testimony given to this work oy many Prcsideata of3Iagaiine ,'aniiS arfsooil assume iutbe
danc.[ ia UnnUville. Alabama.Given fourteen, -twenty-three, twenty-four, and expenses; also, so much of the interest .
5,6OO.we t jj ror and of Colleges and,other distinguished literary awn heN of the ti I" t t
; export 2,300onPeculation. nadir my hand at twenty-six thirty-fiveand: thirty- Mordeeai Noah as will pay five dollars, ten and -.
.' tO1uotabons: : are' for Fair nansville on tbe 9th of May, 1 townships twenty-five and twenty-seven. one.haifcents,and expenses; also,so much of the throughout. the country. of-. f bury, N. FUTt.r. *v
three timtt the amount math r'
Uplands and jMbb/1e, 4 3-3 Fair Orleans THOS. e twenty-four. Interest of Ichabod Frail as will pay eight dollars Containing IIoLDE 'S Mats.-1'be AisetZ
; ,
land office at ST. Arai -raIcommeno- and fifty cents and expenses ; also,so much of the any-other,English Dictionary compiled in this. No. of thia 'DnI jMjWMio at* *4l4
4 3-4; MiMI j a CrJeans, 4 1-8: Ordinary, I I, Robert Youngblood, country, or any Abridgment of this work, yel'rIte .
Monday, the 18th day of June next, for interest of Aaron Peck as will pay three dollars; In glancing I WDU. are foreihj| >jrack
3I.2a33. 4:1j;: Court for the Counties of of the public lands situated within the forty and thrte.fourth cents, and expenses; also definitions' models of rondentalion anil at the ianX' revvrythngaiiperall -,

,:French A iui&ron,'with troops on board ify that the foregoing Order townships and parts of townships, to mich of the interest of Cyrus Perkins aa will purity. The most boast complete,of.-HolI.work of the tfidian kind that B. laming &e LiteriWo'i&Jl4A' Oa&arcIps

has been des atc&td to Civita ,Vecchia, in order In made and whereof now on file I in pay four dollar, seven and one-haifeents and excuses any C.nation. can_ -- '., of a high"ordeiscrpasiangiay-t .
testimony of the intoreet of II-A.Pat- to
the Roman S fesor the purpose of rein affixed the teal of said cfthe Bate Line,and Eatt of. the principal uun as; will also SO four dollars, twenty-three and .We rejoice that it bids fair to the standard loov ; 6T'h.No. -
stating the M|>Q his temporal authority. this 9th day of May, A. D. & { Meridian. three-fourth cents and expenses; also, so much Dictionary to bo wed by the numerous millions I most u ThoeE' ; ;
ROB?. twenty-three township twenty-four, people who are to Inhabit the U; oftyp wt1iaay
; will five eIeanae
The Danes-r forcing a strict blockade p of the interest. of Rogers&Price as pay "8&atu1Sj
I 17 4w.INFORMATION. sections thirteen fourteen; twenty-three, three-fourth cents and ex- Signed by 104 member of -1 e,
dollars ten and
cl the May > MERWLuli. _
Germarpo rts, and it is intimated thaten' ,'twenty-five, twenty-six,. thirty-five wnses; also;ao much of the interest of John N. Published by G.,&..C. Springfield 02a.Ja1r'lO" Li4z'f' 'J. :J"1' 'Ojt1.s'af

nigran i 7 ?fs65 will be prevented from wanted ,-ix; township twenty-five, except sec Sayne as will pay two dollars, thirty and one-half Mass, and for sale by, Holden' :tOU&nZiZ, is theaost iui44
leaiine. 'Tb .mtiIl continues with nnatated who and thirty-five; township twenty- cents and expenses; also, so much of the interest i production'pMlar Cteratate tbsLw.kne.
No. 122 Nassau ,New at Publisher'
fury beMee the Anstrians'and Hungariana years ago for New Orleans, twenty-seven,.except fifteen sections eleven, of John M. Seaman as will pa,.four dollars and Prices. street- York'. .;. '- The prieouU.iaJ.t,
thirteen twenty-three
> Th*' fr. Mian ministry have sent .t-present in Florida. Full ,of fourteen seventy cents and expenses; aba,so much of the August, ISiS. 6ms "' year, and w4 reooMrId ererybady 0 ab qritp
theirresigik subject inquiry of his letter "- range Interest of John K. Townsend as will pay. two for itAdrei-&tU4srte-1dst,sib-
a IMIUThe -
sections eighteen
twenty-three,except ,
and and e jn
can be obtained by answering dollars thirtyeenta "rH v'u's IliLV2 ->y1' )
Sultan pa*tecHned to.Issue an order, Any,information respecting ;;township twenty-four except sec JOEL' B. S3flThI,' ,We' Lelkva' Jl4I othet
aj the reql.este!; tfte Russian"Ambassador to fully received by" CH AS. 'and thirty-one township twenty-five; Tax Assessor and Collectorfor tiihed in'A tJab1l coatsiat.e.i4e

prerent the 1 ;$ian fleet from; learing Counsellor at Law 69 twenty-six twenty-eeven, except, of section range twenty-six.thirty-one; the county. .of Alaehna.. 'to lUlling matter .eseeUen mahfutJ
December.7--tds. little mony--8e Ias1za,1
17 4w. so
Alexandria. WlT<. May '
j j rA twenty-three twenty-four, twenty- :
: Savannah Republican of'The twenty-six of range t.wenty- a term of the Circuit Court of the Eastern :. j Over three thoui 1 iw'Sfe'non ,
4 '.tltl twenty-eeven; of range twenty-niue. AT of Florida, held at Jacksonville,for tier haTe Lee1aW tbeM.Msks "
dated the 1 1. ; !: twenty-seven of range thirty. the county of.Dnval on Wednesday, the 22d day -I Th.-obJeetofl;ueditw baa !it .
*- h.
The ilnnakrf'fSIibernia' has r THHE undersigned will twenty-six and twenty-eeven. of of November, in the,year of our Lord one thousand -, .- ,, Tlrre DiU Mgfrfwse(4MMp.T1:.lev
arrived r '
", JL June next, begin tho p thirty-one.- .. eight hundred, and'forty-eight i Present Proclamation' l y"William JI lance at Udders j1bewtbu: Pcat.nrNsirrihe
IIri D Li vfreoci dates to the 28th nit. '. Washington of a daily .twenty-rax and ,twenty-seven of the honorable George S.. Hawkins, Judge-, 1 qoerao3-Qp7 fa: -5rr- only ask*" the 'tIbrt1 sliM aItyn

: Fair UplanailtoiJe Cotton is quoted,.at paper, to be called Tax thirty-two. ; In Itt.\ru will gi4ipte'rementauthe7srusL.)

4;1-4; archanged ytc44 34. Market un- laperviaioa and & twenty-seven, or-range thirty-three. Caroline F.Smith; lln ChMCeTyBm .for Di- mmded: ., :1< ro 7nv.
committed to the exclusive two to ten; inclusive, fifteen to twenty- .S Torce- WHEREA it his been made ben t o me sNow.tbni; nZbserabs H :
:If ( :
/ :4 U t C. BULUTT and JOHH O. and twenty-seven to thirty-four, Pbilip B. Smith.c. \Thewar.beJiineia: Denmark and Russia THE REPUBLIC will*!*.. in township twenty-seven, of range thir- < IT appearing to the=satisfaction of the;Court State, that William H. Watson alias James .ngraTiap.: m. icaa.b.Js1y =

cbatimieftL Qerma*' troops were entcrinhflan& which the administration of -" that the defendant in this cause resides out of the Black who'wa* imprisoned. "a charge of the ,1u;Ifwisi$ b1qctkt: ..,. .4
FIMC*'ie-tranquiL The expedition into power cordial, acetone, appropriated by law .lor/'the'use, of State of Florida, and beyond the jurisdiction of murder William Gibbonj late of.:said county, r"T' ew4tr #
port.--It wiU be a faithful military or other purposes, will be exclu this court,' therefore,-on motion of-'James: W. has escaped from custody and is a acithd'rona >

to ve4nste Pope sailed on the 22d rill discuss public measure the sales. ,- Bryant,Eel,solicitor for said complainant- Justices _.' .. TE1Uts'Ott- -' : ..." O ,Cf'AnV.U i41 A.OO m
aadarriTed ttjCSfita Vecehia. The Pope independent spirit;.it will offering of.the above-mentioned will It ii Ordered That said defendant appear and Now know Je.that WILLUX D. ,MOSELET ; ,.1'. oa.Yeat z ei
1 .Oatti Iiabas authentic said bill of of said complainant Governor Of Florida, .b,. virtue of'the authority l00J7
$ ;;; rejected the Anv test and most on the days appointed, and proceed answer complaint 5eop" i" 1 4nA. .tTo"eo3'."i
titan terms,. >Piedmont is preparing for war. a word, a political newspaper order in which they are advertised with all within three mouths ,. '. ., -r.-vj. rested ia me by,lawy do hereby offer a reward of m- ,Ji' $.. U *: hnI: ...
Austria baa Mien ralizing aDd progressive despatch until the whole shall have < It further Orrhntl That a copy of Order TKO H.tJdrtd.DollIin for the apprehension of; l : Ia.os
( successful..in Hungary in the late Presidential and tfie sales thus closed.' But no duly certified by the clerk of, this court, be said fugitive and delivery to the custody of,the q, 4'45"4f'.tJ 'lieIgansi&sb

Tbe town of .m1'baaumndelid to labor, a*developed in the be kept open longer than two, weeks published in some newspaper in the Eastern Circuit sheriff of either Duval or Alachna county,ia this Postmsers'or retywsen4iuiiiaii.

the, Neapcits-: : commerce add manufactures private entry of any, of the lands win be of Florida once a.week' consecutively, three State. -, . "._ 13 dolbnwut ree.Tt.'Vol.1b Hotdea'k*.,
Em.- Iftt l'it"L' of this des- literature, science, and< \until after the expiration .or,the two months. ,'- Memor lldJ&m.-William II. Watson, alias ;..
*dneii3ndsatasi7keid.ia uII.-
patch th hob is excited in THE REPUBLIC win '? \ I, OSCAR IIART..Clerk' said court, do James Black is about five feet, eight inches high !' Mhit'w: la a'sv
says greatly ;- the of hereby the above to bo a correct from but well built, erect sallow edged "
except to the country. It i demj1iiid,at cUv Washing certify copy slender very complex- .I JZA tWfN
New Yoit zhword, is apprehended confidence aDd support of twenty-seventh day of February, Anne the Records of said court of the Order made and ion,black hair bluish, grey eyes is between t4dnictLn&. .. 1.144. : to .

W.-aobot what tbiirefcra,',unless It win be the organ of,no ,oo thousand.eight hundred and forty. entered of record in said entitled cause at the date and SO years ofage.. and has the marks- of a gunshot -.C. t."tS'IW', t4QthE4'. ,._.

the c.Q. =& )ias.spread, 'or that fraction of a-*y, ia '. first above mentioned. '. -: wound on hit left shoulder.; -. -' ,... -, ., ""I- 4 .4 Ud4- .tfJ".. sen ,_ _ _
U te an cslarfe :of. the theatrical .} which would hinder it from President JAMES K. POLK.. Ia witness whereof I .hcreunto.set. CHvea. under m,,hand and the great seal of the P.5., 'Edttart yfaettaaarid .t-- ';
row. candidly,to;the,People. M. Yotntoy -- ,[SEAL.]. my hand and affix the scald,said State, at the Capitol .Tallahaoee,'this the this. e
t I' ,.! > *' """ aetict aad.&
ceraa.them.wW. Commiuioner of the Central Land Ofict. Court.OSCAR; hURT 6th day January. A.D. ISO. : "
i rIeiD'IMagul
-p t lr t Az Mar. 3d; noon.- THE REPUBLIC will be.Pr I Dec.. U 3m. Clerk, .WILLIAM D.MOSELEY, tia1l1.f1Ibt ettltIe1 i' thu :SLtef4
: KoilotoWaadJr 'i'-siac .'the.lasuing" royal sheet ia a new, large, Ii i -' ? ,. Governor. of Florida., I 1
Administrator Notice. -' t-eded. I :
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Besides the Daily I ciaimsris. B1th.GoTmoi. jr-g I
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to -
& & to ihe Preemption '_
rt. party peo- a Tri-weekly and Weekly -, 'A. E. MAXWELL Secretary of State.:' PVIa: I .
r-'t Wgzng iNttii* .L_.maiRtaiD&:'of' the moat interesting med 1' person entitled" to' too right of pre-emp- A LL persons having claims"against the estate.L.h Jan..uarr..U-It. ;. Editouf .: "1'
cruet M ; PaTe1-.reorgniz; DIQJ.J4aufe ." .' any of the lands within the townships.and : of John Middlctonof:Jacksonville, flays r -' b'Dr1e'eekw.iall' 1" lbS iW'

; j t Ofth cityfor: ,: I.I&io : 'TEJUU townshipa above enumerated is required county Florida, deceased are,hereby notified to b 44iPSib ..1U f .
,P.RIN.TTYPELS' January,
1W .the. : the..me to the satisfaction ofthere- present them,within,the time specified: ,bylaw; ea'.wfte41.R' .'
respoaae from :' Forleiifyiil bf.; and receiver of the proper Iaa&ooe ana otherwise t.he1will be excluded.}. .: : ARESOLD ATBrace lion ifs !

.mghd.b ,terdreU lender.dtnilkary nayment$herefQrfts boa aSpradIcaZt ar.. '_ ,_ THOS.:W..JONES, Adm'r. 111ew'ork: : Mike arkai1.7ia ""
For the Triweekly aIIJIe.M '
If! j 1'hi' iuarI4c1a'Gdveraoru : ,uu notice,and before the day appoint- :December21tfT, : 'T the Type 'Podry.tot 1DGIUhl.r+'lrill :

the : .Fokcweeklri: the commencement of the public sale of the Ilf TUB CIUC17TT COURT 1 : ft:71ow n i,, -.- :'. month_ Pthunlnr'.i_ .

.at.'i"II "-tisud .Further' ;debate iTo PosTKArrsEa.-Any JD th*tract elainrad;.otherwise snob E : .-. Title ke.. Sbaded'&. <:. .:
'f I traasmtt .>S19 ahaU haini will be fOdeitec1.t : ; ., Cnicrir. or..i'watD.5T;,Joaxs, ; (!I'AON: ( M !H4I
a. fciU Ib.30 .6hb.110.. '
*, was postponed.for:a .. Picaper eta. 'J ''A :. -
M4alght byjei4yoione inorder WttU*Repablie sent to : r* .., BICHAKD.M.YOUNG' ,:'t ... : .. CpcVrr.y'VWilliamAiken Small Pica aa. 69 85' ;. LlST.. .U. .t nit ?
: 'g4Qoebec. faectjaad t5 win ,: mm li oftkt General Land, OJ-!..: WQnam.Aiken JUU ., $. -1 Langlrimer ,54 .): :loq*. .-" -i. -
tr'i ;. !,t ut. of:th* f ihe.TVvtMtMjr ,I' 1W'I :- : ; V "' ,. Anmstraior, Itc.,: of I ', ", ;'. j BourgeoU -.at' 'fiG'lGd"' ... a. _- : : '
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to tbsebserlbsrp;and l3lseaar eomfobe.It la the Owertthi proosfsjoamotkmef"aat' M.OMt.W..aLj. :

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iiH 'i i ip u Li'd NvtOrvpA.COLUMBUa ?* -: fr com concluded reduce oof Unas'lo-clnbs, aa fellow tethUdfst4 tO thV as.AU1et4rsud -

treat work to.out readers.. ;Ixit.evifryJiaptistin S / A COPIES5l5:0Opcr; : nu1n five'd the land-secure a eopy/i .It w81 instruct and comfort 8 ? '1.4 W 0t :: TbciioMnJovaNaL1 sent by mail to all parts M1uauBc.x -Z1e1

and encourage him in nis pilgrimage/and be 13 I $1500 i i2O of thefJnited Stitcs,'the ritiih,Provinces audio M -

feSEW, rich legacy,to his thidirni"VTrts "* -2O0' Europedono npin rong.wrappers, with the uU ___ et'i

*ni 5aitru -M) |oy>hole getting ;Arid ooeto&gent-c* theIub; r moetxctnaUtyanddespatehtna1: ,11 n8' l Vt.oetorwa t S"' : e a iompwond- L''J i trn -

Tsaata, Three Dollar* Jr| annum, payable. tm *fthi: work i iwin'nAtyiWU7) diiableto, Throe Copies of u the-Saturday,;Efcning Post Suwriptions; orders,remittaneta,.and all communications j -
futtdOAJt lWi'i'' frttli. : i the fim -
; jtlUat wwk.MriflB dict has mado-a neat valuable Lady'Iliook foi six olla. :tett 4 -Ti-jrot > t' ? GEO.:P ,.MOBBI"v The most gre effectual and3i4iu' seit P8iftf MIiut

1 Wthg cwtribnti to5 Bp.tisV literature.;; .His?book .Five Coriel of the Saturday Evening/Pest and. -r& r&' .sPWILL1S Fu1)n.etreel-, for any of the above disease*toDOCTORSTAYNE a& JlO94 id-moi d *3iW
ahouli find a place in every iatelligect family pf Two'of either Grthsm's Magatira' or.Uody's Laay'Bobkft 107 ? otds LHat
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ftendollart.i r :
our denomination* r : irfr-il-. ; ; si -
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Three %Copies 'of.the Saturday -Evenui >Pott- kv4nehOwfie
Tai Coi pflt&D1gest c
CirsrsTiA "Rivftw -
ThcreT IstOthe ; :
and Two of the Lidies Garland;for five dollars .i eoid-! |
:; iftigfar gtetcoaghh.eonom *
Mck single wwk4Whleh'een'apmaches'lncomplete Six: Copies of the Saturday Evening-Post, and T9 flJIYLY '
ness and, comprehensiveness of design Benedict's ;
two of the Fountain .
(containing 22pagesoforIg.mel I
arozminf account History f the Baptists. *, m 4-nar J \ rifling Ih* *ause-how direfttt tho e0n554liet tI3e.arM4i&tlme..IvIt -
letter press, and;8 of jSAttaln's Magazine engravings ( igeni Mdtnoral waiaNorthampton $
; with& AM tautbe' rIttIe.&nrov)%; tftifly ask'the'atten tbotyrunydJaahk* q
_,.< (i, ) 4 THE CnatsTuk, REFLECTOR iso WATCHMAN ,) fo four dollars. '. 1 respe N CthePortsmooih
*lx -i What ? .L1 tion of the Profession to' the United States las silenced the tolce prudence; If yon win not -
; days and lave been
nights must given to
PeaoBiai tedious reading; to bird study, to the collection of : .t 4n1i$' gkr :: Digest and' Sopplement' tow-justs completed toISir.f take precautionary measure* to prevent'dtieascs. anV 1i .
ft distance;;en jffrvern their,.rend t > of Ridgewayfsin Waneaj CRMst3j.ptpetW
documents TliC "viast This'great"work has been lathe coarse iaten.at least, to the dictates.of aso&d be
the offer made in the
MOM for admtUtag,.tyjtjbe$1uyg rates: examination dry details and extensive premium t.'prscctu3of preparation and publication-for more than twelve cured en it I* too late Attend to'a slight odd at *$ .'
the firm and continued.
few old will bo adhered to
correspondence, very can fully ucderEtand. ;] I shall i-ve tbe'iioi&i ,11att.ntIoto these
Oat WHAT*Ytwtlre'line Mished*ix months; -It is probable -that the- next-generation' The offer is as follows .; '" ,, ; year, and the Catalogue'of Volumes of Reports once.- :Buy a bottle Doctor oayn. t'&npowuf schools/and- W1t oiittht
.KM") V. -' ". 't *| l'S ._ will feel -IThe ? Union"- s fiom% digested,;given :beldw, will give some Idea of-the: Syrup of Wild CAmy,;two-it"and thereby nip a expert;
L' flrrt'r :rt- siocoI wore deeply the debt of gratitude Which Post Office ofany.town lathe Volun 1 1 Of.th,1le&tImiIiMibsaianai PZIlj
tnitsjreparation was in the budtidavo1d of
they owe to Mr: Benedict than docs the present.S which we shall receive the greatest number of subscribers Iabor-reqxiired consumption long years 1ntInni. grade* the Mde U, and admit
60 1IOn.JV
Bit* 13 the and too often
I Post the edited by suffering, terminating only in the1(rare;
to the Saturday Evening ,during
r Netfeei to debtor and'ct d4 10 00 TMsr EE BAPTIST -The contents of the Perkins, and was published in lS4ltVolnmes Be not-deceived by thetoo many spurious.'worth- fled a ppllcafltd $ la c.&lwithtfwhexUw.
f .- year between the let November, 1847, and the let .. .
History as whole are tons 'a treasure Wand as 2 : Ticknor Curtis ,! 4c -
and 3 wore"edited1 by,Gcorgo less preparations of.Wild Cherry,ushered Jnto.no- .s.
i November 1S4S the to bo mailed to such
1 p1Iesonfor1Mtersf a4utr.n, ,500 inch' we recommend it to others. But for ourselves Post Office,, or to, (subscribers papers through it.) shall be Esq ,:and wore published in 1846. These three tine Vy ignorant"pretenders j but-see- that the sfg Pemon lending t tloiholauhIpnd isesbin
ii' /orinovaoexne&tof cat* 1P4e1brOfl1C5 00 we would not'be without''the information entitled to continuance, of the whole number of volumes bring the'pigest down to 1838. The Supplement nature or.Dr.'H.-SwATziE en each bottle,which ss4
I unless the same furnished In reference to Baptists of the old world, the subscriptions gratuitously;) for one after in two volumes.edited by George 1'. is the only guarantee sgninst imposition. *' einiry of College, unlesU *
& from the fourteenth .to'the seventeenth" centuries the expiration of tho for-which tboir subscriptions Putnam, Esq.; completes" the Digest of every vol- 'yy.. Another-IntaKarttt&ed to Health ., ,- 1 made with the
e* i charged. alone for the -S
of the whole
price .work.
: wrnf American .Common'Law.''Admiralty' Read the most remarkable cure 'consumption
shall have been paid. PEOPLE YrUE SOUTHKfSfiirSTATES.
t benefit .win.beces ': TakCBKinuif INDEX.-The volume before us The papers will be continued, on. either to the Reports in .the United f tates Courts, and all the ever placed upon record* .'V "...T* AND SOUTHWAPopuicnr.Sotitherti. .-c4,

is in itself a library on ecclesiastical history,- Its subscribers themselves or.to 'the agents .through State Reports from the:earliest period to-1847. S Da.5 SWATi'tE-DEtR.SIR t I.fditl.it a'debt -ofgratitudedue ..-.*.'. j4 -','
Will real ralue we know.not how to estimate aright,'- whom we receive the orders for quantities An Annual Ssprlement, edited by Mr Putnam. to you, and'a'duty to the afflicted .CO 'RTUEWESTE -'

I Ii Certain ive are, ten -eagles would.not.boar away and to whom may the package or packages be directed and embracingChaCikC TY portsJrimathat enerallyto; offer TnybumWe-testimony In favor ,
be'piblished gratis.Contouicattons. from ,ns our copy without some assurance,that we or to both, if there shouldbe -both may in the period will hereafter be pubJished-C We.hayelu ,of your Compound Syrup Wild Cherry. Some WNe$ iaxet; etz.

; mi ustN raid. would be able to replace it. same town; as the case mny bff. "- press also a complete American ChA4&ry Digest- three years since I was 'violently'attacked with fraIi3eFr, po&3'fi

LEWIS; COLBY, 123 ;V fM tircetPt to 117. in one volume.Pfjliojxnportauce .- w. i- cold -inflammation ef th* lungs; which.'.ww .- ;-.t ,fl.tg:3c 4
1 :TftE OCCL1i 1T1IERs. USHER i .;. -Aluiuyi in ddtdnee. __ ,t. __ of jthis.work, ifwelldone. accompanied with a very distressing cough pain V ; _-.t'Eh2S1.r -5-
t: L 44 ;A4A4 4 Oct. 12, isis; tf Thb' money for Clubs must be always sent in advance nothing need bo said, foritis, obvious to every in< the breast and head, a very considerable di*! -3' L $ S

I CvxaKDLiira.-Sails thB Ocrpool weekly. Subscriptions may .be sent at our risk- lawyer. The folio wing letter from Professor Green- charge of offensive'mopus ftpm the lungt, jpeei-.* ,
(when the is draft should be procured r ft p&r'JftfX
THIS INDIES' nun large, a leaf shows his opinion both of the necessity of the pa
.'Sbanao f i NewYork.. at. GARLAND AND DOLLAR ally upon changes weather, however sughtw At
'" : MAGAZINE. if;possible-the cost of j Irst,1 fult alarm: my condition, but was
from the amount -Address ."V with fair type, arid in characteristic* of a
: T Niagara, CapCRyrie, Eof E ou, SaU,May 20.Sat. f DEACON '&-PEARSON, pared": 'CA3iR1v&E.-Ma'4,13lS.-- V pretty soon convinced that -I'was-rapidly going popular family journal$1I eo p relkvorabljMmkj
fn .
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undersigned having purchased from Mr nto consumption- daily weaker and as-
i grew ,
B-OL..NAVi Co'* l xKr-From Bremen M. J. Van Coort "THE LADIES' GAR 93 Chcsnut Street, Philarte'phia.' Messrs.:LrrrtE BROW 'J,I have received jour length was scarcely able to walk about- 'speak; the best weeklies e tbefi*: .-.< Ivka.be| O*,

1. .. .,and Sont iainpt* i.Hennam.CapUCrabtref.lForf LAND," designs issuing it at the commencement Editors copying the above, or a fair abstract of letter requesting my opinion of the merits of the above a whisper, such was the exceeding' weak aim of:.the editors:aoe5 jrbjei& high moral tone
t maintain
of the lt or who will give notice of the new firm and enlarged United States figest. You will rceollect'that ? sad $ staadaM orlitlitty5excellence
'c* York, Sat. new volume, in January, 1S48, in an improved ; sey ness "of my lungs Curing: this time- had tried
1A jU style, and adding to it-such how and attractive paper,(we ask not that they shall be praised) oral years ago IstrOngly advised"the preparation various preparation* tmTpnacriptfona, but found ,giving to ii eoittsatr such nied..
U **lf-- New'York, features as shall serve to entitle it to a in their editorial columns shall be!entitled to an of one. General Digest of-aU. the Judicial Ilttirim !10 relict-grewinff.all the time worse. Just here character as to Interest 4d Instruct 11 minds an4.

May 2). .., high position among the literary periodicals of the exchange. Such as are already entitled to an exchange ofthe.Ufiitei Stites down to the time of its pnbli' ; -was a4yiied and pera ade41a'de, friend h please all tastes. Besi&t the current news te
considerable for the current year, shall receive -the cation! and a subsequent atonal publication of all rig and domestio, the4ojiaan| of the Continent
i Crabtre ;, 'o 3t ew York, Tucsex day. Possessing experience, and .Vi1m'ngton to make triaI ofyourSyrup of Wild -
combining with that experience* extensive facilities thanks of the new firm. the decisions the preceding year;after the manner Cherry..I 'must conrss. that. prcviouly.I lied are supplied with $ 64

: fin ibis line tbe aienn I ( i oatbel9thVand Soirtlonthl'"When1 & 4xiSsn the 20tb of the cheapest magazines in the country,he is determined The best.of the Weeklies. the want of-suca worknd had fo doubt of its am et Jl against'those, coming out of the hands ofetoj from many.of the!i'l' raIler, of the conntry

-. the*Jth a.iT, dnnday,- the day to'tax his exertions to the utmost, in- order to acceptnblcness to the Profession asitwonldfur. iric8r out understanding your{claicis to, tte and t&.:choicest'seleeuti ea4 originaltrju Ia itlona
: lalttng-troi New York riU Iw the 21st.] render the "GARLASD" more worthy than ever o Ncal's Saturday Gazette nish a complete synopsis of the Common Law ir vrofession and practice of medicine, and harnigmi from the literature fa '.England, France trri
the liberal patronage it has already received, and NEW VOLUME. all the tates, with annual infomaUoi of itsprb- licit faith in the saying of my friends. forthwith Germany.- ; I 1 .. VT 1,

t DINDzTLI 'rUerpoo.) gain for it a? wider-and more enlarged -sphere oiusefulness. gates and fanprovcmtnt..and would ehtrtly? supercede purchased of Qr haw/pne of your agents, -' lW* et6r'ff6ntGk It to M&aA&to?*'

United State .IJapivHiOCZAX tTFor York .- CONTATKIXG'MORE OF ttTERATCRE AXD XEWSTHAJi the'use of 8tato D5gosti. bcr des rclievirg lb? a few bottles and commenced its use., MydiacaM.
*, pr6neanccdbyanwh -|>| e'rVad them;tier 4M r
Profession volumes
from the
It will not bo expected that, in the limits of a expense"of inny\ sepftntd ; time
vas at this .twanty or twenty-fire months
ANY OF ITS COTEMrOKARIES, AJCD vuidicatioos thrSo** froui. tur slander*and
brief Prospectus, he should into olReorts, and the trouble and delay'inprocurirg ;
go an enlarged '"
and seated. 1 '
nding consequently was deeply *
) New York, falsehoods .northern. at1cism that et r cmiaateI -
detail of the improvements he intends to into STANDING t'SIU/ALLKD AS A PARtORCOMPAXION them. / <
carry relief
from nie-
found; hO'reveri'coa3der&ble the (tone the'Press iiMllAo followed 1i705k1
the of this excellent Your five--volumes alrcftdy'pcMishcd favo fully ,
publication periodical suffice AKD FIRE-SIDE FRIEND.Jcat'4 ,
New ; of the Ursf fborof,lire bottles.. But being a pubio '
York ajutielea on the ol"arolved Federal
subject reatiotsas-
it to say, that whilst the -' acoomplished that design in a manner, I believe
n, 4UrLT.. it It is spcaker.'l frequently attempted to"preach with ia the crasod I: >IF"waging .galntthr jj
New York Best Literary and Ailutic Talent Gaxptlf now enterstrfonits third year; entirely satisfactory as trustworthy as any increasing strength, and thereby
3&rA Sazi&i : 'For -ruptured
I Capt r.iest I have had occasion to make us of. anl ay itltuonaofibSouth, taiu tress us.:
.1i end its abundant to
publishers'havo reason
in hose vessels that had already begun- heal riir
1 the country will be engaged to add attraction will ordistlngnisbe&Soutboj
themselves Its naturally find n'plnce in' the library of evri p.,
.4 to the of *'THE LADIES*.GARLAXW ?' congratulate upon Jjrillinnt success, his way, doubtless, jnyi&tro was greatly retarded.
pages |ts careful but tablof /
triumphing; overall competition and obtaining for lawyer., Nothing now a Thck'2wJ4 14'r
In of acting thai 1 had ,.
urstsipii&cI readers will bo compelled to admit that their eonscqtienee *
o'k pa ,which Js- much the" Issne'ef.the
or eW heir; ontcrrriso the reputation of bcicg/rrf axaizgtheftitnijctrrn eases wanted'jTand o.use.twvlve fiftooobottles.before .1, jnstlyeTaaid ithorjth 'cpnIarOdct1o
tronage was never bestowed or was par
on a more meritoriou
I the of in wfcfcb'good
-MoB.iJaly.10Ccx / .I4? supvlcment at ccso evcry.ycar:
publicatioo.In short, it is the intention : "cctly restored. havo-no Question a inucLsraalJoRTiunab oftbatsbluwriterispv : nfnurt pvtsIa'
I .i I.4 proprietor's It has often been remarked that the Garctto has work we shall wish you all.'possible success. .
I to make it one of the beat laid most popular '"'" r of bottles would have mode me sound, but tiatol y oa its Arrival,in tl fcppmtrj. A cerise*(
I a> LTWE- For ty rpool wek1y.P as it undoubtedly will be the more'of'original thought and useful iuforinalionin Your' obedient' servant' ',- S.GR1ENLEAP! for the'ndi3cretioa.X"Tho' Syrup -aUaye ales;illustrative f'Affl( 'Jew history;trldprt-

1 Cambria, Capt. HarrasonWed. From New York, it' than-is to bo found in any similarpublica .hefcvcrish.habit, dida' ayite dUtressine congh% *rtiooisndsserieiof.- ; ,

May 24. ,,1 i Cheapest Magazine in the United Siatu. Lion; while the rapid increase of its circulation cr- The Table of Cases above referred to will rut a stop to the discharge of matter, from" the ,, iLetttrtfrom ufa'ae/one*,
i. Caledonia, Capt. Leitch, o tr Boston, Wed. The of now extending into tsvcry section of the Union, uzsa.'aiid them and tho entire ? -- f
large outlay capital which tho prosecution be ready in the ccurso of the summer. ; ; gave system goodhealth. will shortly commence* IXhit we need netter-
L May 81. of his and unparalleled in the same space of lime affords I have deferred this eerti
plans must necessarily involve,can only iri'tM MUttd 7StateVifftf offering cat* '.ieularize/-Oar close
I. Hibernia, Capt. ShannonJlermannl Fk ia New York, substantial evidence of the general a proval with Liifnf Rcpm-tteontained pro aIt'Sothegres&.WiaI
be justified by a corresponding increase of ] & ill how' for ,tba purpose of being perfectly satis-
patron vdt. Qva. commercial
5 oCtit
Svjjtlcincnt, royal ; In4UI, mforu3
; : WJ .uns 7. age on the of the That which it'is received by the reading puwle.He fled w.th'tbe jernanercTof the cure, and now >
part .
Frii Bislon literary public. this S -- --*- : -: e untry enaldes us to dii sIste theJatest inUl-
l NLt&ri:CaplrRyrie, I Wed. June will that I feel wcll.-I offer it with
bo secured he perfectly pleasure.
cannot doubt docs he
nor qncs Uttful rind Agrccalle., lig neoon-&flIubjeet.aa rWapUy a* aay of otf'
-1I United States the Cir'cnit '
.I4. .r, tion tho: fact that when the subscribers to the Reports, including : REV. 3. P. JOIWANJ. northern
f- .' By suitable comment'upon the world ax it 7rMai > contemporaries ps
pass Lublb County N. C.
GARLASD" see a of what he ,
NAV. Go's Li :4'ot specimen intends the most liberal have been made 2" large and cheap, we feel we have avleast aatronage.lt
)cthi Siit Southamp- that es, arrangements no.Reports, ,- -
Magazine to be, they will wonder bow so superior equal claim with the.wortroaage sit ottbmsethepa.'
of talent be _
toIadBe e: to secure an array varied such as can New Ilamrshire Reports, 1
New York a publication con possibly bo furnished for found in no other weekly publication and thus to Vermont Reports, 2* J1ULLE1V3 1LOTlL;Wa 1nt.ttyk of.the southern p bli%to wttote pecuDar.interests' ,
: Capt. Crab in, the insignificant price of its -Y
subscription. They -" our Journal is e-pet1sUydevoted.De-
combine in the Gazette the best features of the Mannxchusetts Reports, 81 D. CM corner Petmsrlvacia avenue and
'4 "Wed: MarSl. \\ r may be assured,however that every promise made Magazine and the ii'ew.papcr. Connecticut Reports ""i 2* tIth street,EDWARD U. FtJLLZR, proprietor, termined.to da all inour M wst to .rigthS1t psw

Wubiarton, Capt. Johnst Prom- New York, shall be scrupulously fulfilled, and the merits ol It has, from tho'first, been the steady aim'ofNeal's New'York Reports, ,'" '. T'i .-, 72 who most respectfully'calls tho" attention of hu is mostrespecUBUjidicited. ,.Mdrus,4
Wed. Jttne 20. the "GAELASD" be enhanced -- -*- 7f&' '"<- '
to its 1
so as way friends and and the postpaid;
Gazette to render a welcome visitor in the New Jersey Reports, 20 old patrons, travellingpubliin
to public favor in a manner unexampled in the domestic circle, and to secure to itself the reputa- Pennsylvania Reports, !-' CiJ general to his present establishment .now iiif1i'operationj S TEaIISz
I zIzDZx? Lzxz-For tmpton, Havre, history of the popular literature of America. 'on the lit of Decmber
and Liver b) ion of bcirg pre-eminently the Ladies'Parlor Delaware Reports, f. ,S having--opened Single copy iftheConthaiiiioneyear. S
)DO > {
United Slat,1- For 8. It Hi v -From New York TERMS: Companion. Maryland Reports, : 2. last. The building' is entirely new,anJ Three eoplesi ..:: i ': jr.T-uT/TJ
I And to this end columns have been and 42 erected under his own immediate superintend Seven
The our Virginia Hejorts.'t was eopievr*
terms which "Tire
Sat.'June 10. LADIES' GAR (
]t I ? upon will continue l contributions from _. with the strictest.attention.to comfort and Twelve '" .'
For lu-otn New York DOLLAR MAOAZISE" to be. graced by North Carolina itcports, 26 lence, eopiesr, 4
Sarah Sands IJverpat-i LiD AND vill bo furnished
ladies rank in the world, oaronience., -rThe are and airy, with Seventeen '
Friday, July 7., 'HCarah areas follows: distinguished literary South Carolina Reports, ST rooma large coptej, ,js t-: 3_ e2l.
Sands, For Liverpool 1rbm New York, tire past year having givou evidence of what Will Georgia Reports, ?- -> -'* _,." 4 Ircplaces in each, and furnished in a manner com ; .All Jiew subscriber*,;s:
8. 1 cop$1. cx be don in thii respect, by furnishing original'ar- Florida Reports,': "- ,.. !f-i p*. 1 bining luxury and comfort.' :The,furniture, beds,, entitled to a pamphlet eofr'A 'oIe fZbD4U
Friday, Sept. j ,4 copies, soo ticks Miss Mrsj S. J Hale > ? 2Missiswijpi & all throughout the house
eaadst/For Fjtoci New York from Leslie, ; Fanny Alabama licports, _,._ \ bedding, 3. are new Soatheotipr1iInf1etts4ie'Ge0rgLtb3taeOaahnsett.
Livenw ; 7 B'OO Forrester Mrs- E.F..' Jillet. Mrs Knca > 14 The ladies' parlor> is most spacious, fronting on
Hughs, l"-1*
i. i .w lit ; .. ; Report*,: .1 >fc-' ., and to too olim States;,also.th.
__ r 15 .. '-. 5 .. .9fX Duval, Alice 0.- Leo.- MISM M. J. MelntoA. Mrs Tennessee Reportsiyi--: 2-5 the avenue and opening, on a uplandid balcony,the back numbers 6f the p4sdne1nIn f'Dotabey'&SonrgratiL
17 S. .1000 S. B. Fmith: Mrs. Caroline Orne. Mrs. Angels Kentucky Refortsjz 4S Burnishing of which in tasteand.. elegance will .:

4 4I COPIES : 30, -1500 lall. Mccta-M. riuncan,Mrs. Caroline H. Butler, Ohio Reports, ."*"- \ ; .v* 1C eompete with any. other in, the Union, Private 144.PROSPIT1YS'.- -
i - CLUBBING: Maria Roseau, Edith Harvey, Blancho Bennnird, Indiana Report. C parlors for parties requiring such accommodations -

I For-f lie convenience of thuse who may desire to Mrs. Grifiith, Mary ;Morton, Mrs Elizabeth J.Eaiaes IHjnoisReports,! .c Vi> "- -5-: ; f "i (?' ;In the arrangements throughout no expense has ,,

form Clubs, we make the following propositions: Alice Foymonr, MrsS, J. Howe, and Missouri K BcmedlctV Histori the Bapmayjind For five dollar,, wo will furnish three copies of many others, whosp productions are an honor to Arkansas Report -_ 6 any Hotel In Washington rhe;loeaI >. 5- 1 ,: du'b : 'f:
j I ----- "The Ladies' Garland." and two copies of the our country. The volume of the Gazette now I lion is every way desirables-being about midway Tothetrhipo'ftVe, ,' iinteredd

tlsts.qj "Saturday Evening Post," for oney! r. Commenced will be even more brilliant ia this re- Total of volumes digested .. && between ;the Capitol, Presidenfa' House, and the i* tht i 7kA wtl'I-

Je's For ten dollar, seven ccpicsof "The Ladies'- ipcct than that which preceded it, and by the aid Of a majority of these Reports no'Digests have executive departments .. .
ir bj-4 fete shore competent pro- Garland" and four ropies of the Evening of' Tarn," "Julian Cramer," and a vast array of hitherto been made and of many of the others the Fi om EII F. 's long experience in the bustnesaeighteen :
? Saturday S THE
ftabZe empUryintnt' in circuit 4 this work in enHemeu contributors who have old 'and .in the .Washington he coming contest isfrtajLiwUhimportaneeto
Post" will bo furnirLcd.i won enviable Digests are and consequently irnperfect: ( years city ) *
fidit not yet appropriated,] krty in the fifteen dolUrs of"Tba Ladies'Garland" rrputatien 'as writers, "Keul's Gazette"may, in the expense of a Digest of the United States Court feels- assured of affording,satisfaction to all who the Whigs of Florida tu* voice dour eili-

iVe.tn'n Southern Statet Apply to tho pub- or and wren,copies seven copies of the Saturday Evening all its departments, challenge companion with Reports and that of several Of the individual may honor him with their patronage, in soliciting lens Chief for the firs*tub
1 11 1i Po'st" will be furnished with any periodical of the day.on cither side of the Atlantic States is as much or more than the above-dc wb.ch no exertion will be.,spared,on .his part to Magistrate of the VI1oe-< A Rtpresenta-J
) With tbe above work may be culled by Agents of each to the Postmaster an other as regards its high moral tone, its interest scribed Digest of all the United States Court Reports merit their approval. '. ". tire't Congress sad an Eb4n've Officer forth1

TflZ "flAPTIaT44Z; -t Kit All Y, copy through whom the Club maybe or raised and person the for all clavcs! of readers, and essential value aia and all the state Reports, so that a lawyer The charge for board $1 50 per diem.'. ,._ ,.;- State are to;be .chosen; a44 nalatora.eleete. lretointment

: fles: *: vne, nyoa ttipo? bound in a money remitted. housohold visitor.c will find it cheaper to buy the WHOLE than to buy The Far is furnished with the choicest selection upon whom will- devolve thliciary .eta In. -
and a United'SUt f *naor.-: t*)
gte uniform vitk. the H4l4rj1 coruitting of For twenty dollar, we will furnish ten copies of
mart than 1300 page*. 2 "The Ladies'Garland" and ton copies of the State. marjiACAD1SMY -- affords. ., -' V -- .- -- ,
I ; In conformity with the impression that the week APorter will be in- attendance.at cars on far year* to come. The ejst'lt sv drU 'r
I jThtlibrary aas\been be.d** public sufiionioning "Saturday Evening Post," with a premium copy ly newspaper is exceedingly important to the ju. UNDER TIlE DJUECT1O their arrival to baggage to the thej Hotel free mastery;** and the fcsult[ 10 fix the fate etIt ) -'

oieaUy long to b known a* a large of each work for one year to the person raising the venue branches of families, as a means of awaken OF tADIKS OF TIlE SACRED IIEAXCT, of convey ( pa.LapaIrretB .& ..- therefore
... '
t amount of valoablo reading, U a nnmber cf exHistoryUabeepbmding dub and remitting the money. ing literary taste and for creating a fondness for NEWYOflI. expense.- -- *- .. i3Iacon becomes the Wbig tor4 Keswithmight,
eeQtfit ttistinct works no wherewso,*n be found- For thirty dollars, twenty-four copies of"The innocent recreations, it will be observed that attention :: and togo intoihe struggle p a seal and a sls

: If,what'it contains were, put Ithfd in separate Ladies' Garland"and eleven copies of the Saturday to this point ia a leading characteristic of rwlhe Seered Ilcart'Acaieniylsabont eight ALVSESSIONIMt, .. termination conHnensurat* the somentoaa
otiJus woultWdt purchase them Evening Post" will be sent,'together with a the Gazette, and that nothing is neglected which _u_ miles from the city of New York in the vi"cinityof -- 5' ,_l ,,, interest*at stake., J-Vt! fl'fl4
f .. '. ..M &4 tn -...' i-j U ,ij premium copy of each of said publications. for one may contribute to an end of so much value to the Harlem and Manhattanville..' The she t Randolph; Cqliege.qrako''Foil :Intheesmpaia'ltT1i MqJet: max. tkC

4srlAqe3io4 -i2zczs,44 ,. year. ruing generation. is romantic, elevated,healthy; and beautiful The 'Session >rihUflnstitutionwniA" FLORHAWHIGwin-

in cloth $3. ?-Orders must, in all cases, accompanied Agricultural Affairs.Fpcc'al buildings are, erected in'a handsome,style: 'The ; eommence on .;Wednesday p .the 9th'of August not be found rit.thos. who" !
Library, b; the money. grounds for recreation'and promenade are neat and '1W The Schools the .trumpet with an uoe3nand.' it w?
: i .t4 El Address, SAML. D.PATTERSON. pains will bo taken to furnish the agricultural epacion3.-surrounded with shrubbery, and pleas: 'Preparatory'. 0" the at RidgwayaudGarcysbnrg 4th Monday gIveicordalenpoorttetbeaieoft'WM.atiol i .
4 lc readers with the most recent and important antlv shaded by.forest.and trees. ? '' > :, wQlopen on
4lJdijrs.itisaadet 4tspurchaslig Publisher Ladies' Garland and Dollar Magazine grove ; : in July. Convention and ** t*edTeI
for asb. No. 93 Chcsnut st. Piiila. intelligence in reference to'alt matters connected This institution in its plan of education, unit;? and glorious
H -3 FACULTY OE COLLEGE.I great prineieg1.theiWb1Z} Put,
with the culture of the soil
the that be
and derived from
- ir ; every advantage a pune w.. A. Smith..>D, President and-Professor it will ever be found fcarlesasByJ unti -.Itw B
rd f f the notices Ccmiriarial Drpartment'is trial and conscientious care bestowed on the pupils Mental Moral ." all occasion*, holAto (6 pnbiierti.
tUe PnWnihers app a NEW PROSPECTUS. in branch of science to their and Philosophy- : : ,. upon proper
(. - .. eIi1h&1IMcryi rcc fromiheieigiousprea. -. -- so attondo Ito as to render it peculiar inter- "every of oliteness. sex. David Duncan, A.. -, & ,, Ancient nl the principles of Moderuocraq'inIfl 0,1,
Propriety deportment r personal neatness
S -- A ..aJoalLixa.4-.t--L..kr. .,. v deonsneaa,< nakedness! aidI1IL-mitJ'.5fThS
i AIL V ADVA NCE. diLwiIhbo found Languages::r- t
) that our reports of the markets prepared ,with ?and tbe principles The of morality, are objects of Ezekiel A .Blanch,:A J"M.,,Professor of-!pure WHIG;in fine, i* fuDy. Uaingly. L&ooapeej'.
assiduitv diet is
VRiy..Wx.; L-Wu D."D.-Tbe especial reference to the objects of the mercantile unceasing good abundant and applied Mathematics. ,. ,T ,, ,. f .committed ta a*
ev edition of Benedict' 1ttbacribef o seems to the TRULY A MAMMOTH SHEET. community; are:far.snore correct more comprehensive -* and wholesome. ?The.health the pupils..U the Rev. Charka Fi.Deems, A. MV :Professor of? a'war.agaiast Loeof< =

'. a book of much v* AjHe ha'made and-earlier' in" their intelligence, than object of-constant solicitude and in sickness' they Experimental Sciences. -' ,f. tice nor treaty.5 : 3UI,.
large extract from the bistoiMartyrs. e1the Mennonite REDUCED PRICES TO CLUB3.THEProprietors those of any of our cotemporarics. To the..Agriculturist are attended with maternal tenderness..Difference .- -,, Oliver U. P..Corprcw, A. B., Tutor- of Ancient "With a view to the turtbsdM stths413 ie

From the great. of the work ,- also, these reports are of great advantage of religion will not bo an obstacle to Languages and Mathematics.- whk the FLORIDAi WU $ pIedjdt'
S wakb famishes tbese tha.ebuebe .i will toourflatrlnricinterest of the PATfHDAY Evpxi.vo furnishing him with the price of produce at the admission of.young ladies, provided they are P1CWALS-OF.PILEPA&ATOIt 1i effort of all WhlgSy good ap4 ,, bvoked*

have, beside their POST;satisfied from the experience of the last two all the loading points pf,trade ; and Storekeepers willng'to'conorm to the general regulation' i .SCHOOLS. .. ;: aid In extending its.etrcalftF' Lb. ,ap faheai
ta 4eJUonal ebara.f ove 4Z to the lisp.S years that it is the manifest destiny!' of their in the country thus have the authentic details of the school, ,, : .Wm. TIlavisrineipal of the..Preparatory? ; be placed to the hands og''hIla-tke1J

$I4.fth.Unte4tM&tesLe1 wlthlsboriousu. paper to take its stand at the very head of the the markets in cities np to the latest moment. Our Course of ZSdccatlon ,. School at College.,. ,-- > -V- ', tHct s -:: :: --> >, w ci -- R4ra1.s
S d Uty compiled a mass of his: sI and statistical weekly press, have resolved to intko the Post more Reporter,' for.this purpose, has the best facilities, 'The knowledge of religion and Us duties being I Charles B. Stuart.AM r -, Principalftb'r' -' The WHIG win eontin* e-4b E3gIs.il

UUlfryttce no where rise to .1obd.ndwhlel* worthy than ever of its high position. They accordingly eoup1oil' with great i experience ; and he Justly the primary object of a good education,it i*treat paratory Fchool Gareysburg. .. .1' "..' *" ;
th'Ibb1n4lgent: oft subscriber, make now have the pleasure of calling the attention prides himself .the fullness, completeness, and ed with the attention due so important matter, ; Win. ,'C.' Doub-'A. M.Princtpa1. orthe 1're. ',
j bA ToutBe almost indispensab 'to every one of of the public:to tLc fact, that the POST correctness Of iis statements." No other weekly in and enters as the basis into the plan of studies fol paratory. School at Ridgway ji .? I ; ;.
abundantly dx Wing of the has been greatly enlarged. : the Union bestows much in class the ForIv.ic1des :t44c4! '
ow pastorsaad patrrti so care fn this respect as lowing every and department of schools The collegiate year U divided into'two sessions. --
a andftndjtofoiu-chun'i'|' This enlargement enables them to lay the equivalent the Saturday G-itette. And so in reference to the The course of education comprises reading, elocution The first begins 3 weeks after; and the1 second 21 For ten Copies, .. ,

'is KaowEowAtftBUitDEwa;, EMQ9, oj .Ace, of eight more''columns "of reading before money market,stocksexchanges and other topift writing.' arithmctie, i French"and;Englist' weeks before the 2J Wednesday in Juner ,To such Fo twenty
T .f1.Jkutr4KMUfl JSocuto $ Eand-Tbe their subscribers weekly-being'in fact, an addition of similar interest; furnishing Teach number a' grammar- English'and French1 polite >literature, as desire tt" eater College, it*is important that ? Tt !

?' Toltfma ii ladeed an Eacyclopoi a otiiaptist.Litetatnoaad of one-fourth to the Old area pf the paper. Business Manual of well-arranged and minute de composition in prose in both languages history, thoy bc in attendance a 'the ppcnir.g .of the ,86- ; '

t3aptM Wrtoryj *- I fc *kj fur; perpetualitfamea Cluzracterof.tJii'P'aper.The'generaj tails. _a -- sacred and'profane, -chronology."geogrnpby; the sou.A'short'abscn'ce at that time way place adtudont %TOTICE 10

ia tvery thing reUUi & IOOOT external character of the old paper-such as LOWESTC4SJI PRJCESj use of the globes and delineation of maps-the elements under disadvantage whicb will impair his :LT1owATz-b.b.

I afalrfc-s -.," :4 > ( | "wTn it has been under the-supervision of the present One copy tfealY Saturday"Gas.;! year$2 00 astronomy,chemistry natural philosophy 43hoarship",throushout.' the'e S3ibn. Our Course 'scriber,having to demoted Jitatioof r.sawar *
.tea the jcUtm
Four mythology geometry, &3.; all kind of useful and of ; to taceVtho yean ,prostcuiio Jif %{ajI
Ntw Totx Rccoxoxt. *-The work com9oe Editor-shall be maintained. copies -do do 500 ;study is so"arranged as wants of the General Gbaff
It shall be neutral in Politics Eight do vdo ornamental needle-Work,- mbroideryatd silk,chenille men-who Jdeiiro''tO'acqttire''an".extonsiTtfpgliai Cops hsoeceecled
? | Vf th a review of lbs & Keaticg parties ofMrtotU&etYptBmgwhoni &ndReligiointhe r do 7 00 young :b' ins-Ar $
_;_ baptf lieeeatimenUaretrteeftwftbiBoraorlessdiJtiatt came time that it* shall;not fear to speak its Thirteen do do 1-8 00 gold and silver, artificial floweis, and every educatioa'without studying the'AncientLacguagca. peat -
.- I H increases breath .' o. Eighteen copies of the Gazette will bo sent for 15 00 species of fancy-work-'according' to" the wishes of The benefit to be'derived from'the ing, by collection and purvheai psibshlytb;
1 and Selected Twenty-eight will bo the parent*. > koveref,fc interest u it advaata ?ta later periods, Original Articlei.It .< ? copies sent for 80 00 : oa the
? '. ltno.ad. 3oer
whore faeU are ccUbUabed by e tmemui and Original Tales, Sketches,i Essays,'&e., shall Address, .; ,,,:; f., .PUBLISHERS/ :' Terms." --- -J Literary'SocJeties-! shoui'athngty'iadu 'such' oftba mjf, the RsioltlonfEom *
l r tjetmtfltlttJtbiUricl, ,don* o|*' Since,(hewbUcatlon boot the highest character The faults of no article Third nearjCheaaut sts., Philadelphia., i 'Board' }ef' annum,' V -si' i f 2 0 young men to'prosecriie thiir.sttitties'herevjlnor1der tbli4xetjad t

I of the earlier work>; 'foBAdealofprogM can be over looked, from a foolish respect for ;- Postage'books/ stationery; 'andwashing,; are for a:studait: fo'eitei1 upon tho t'njlish eoumhe .'
., "'
charged to the *'
in lie character its originality .. parents : mub6 thorOughly' rprabited-with ,Eugibh:
.kt boon m-de larettiga ing -
outhieutalQoa *
Selected Articles win !Payments are-to'be made eemi-anniially in ad'Nodedacton'wni'b'inad'for Oranim .rcograp1i'v ad-Arithmet1io *515 n
aM blstory of tbe Anabaptist of *e KtfonnaUoa, lU "procured front" firxt ,'*'dee's" "i.'S t9 the Return kn W
UI M. Benedict baa made gaoi na* tf fie addHjal soorces'and the readers of. the Post may depend | : 2be ez s ofba instltution-aro faO'sI -

ififomatios. jrbich, has 1 b i'n pined iii this *pon finding in its patjos the best'Tales,! Essays1 drawn; .before tho' of the a'ixnDiI with Eoard, 1ht ,seasibti t1)* 'Tuitioir Jand Drtositrf
L 4epartiBOBi of historical 'uUrators. Indeed we lea'that appear'either the foreign or domestic Z TnZCIrlrQ, expiration quarter"excep ec"perj se&ioar$22'SOf..6t': $125 forth*eojlo*. '
for'cog6nt-reasons.'a* vi; c > : '
S twft tbto park of the work-. ioteresUasr, magazinesThus laying 'the i whola English and r." .: '; "No nnpilwil be l-eceitod'for k'sherter"space glate'wticB:.include yeatekbiusi'ro th5costoftext'"of tacidflital1 boors-'faelf expenses fontfture :' genetLfl4ysusbla*eicoe4jee bgeQ,

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Jt wk containa likewise a-utend.d..ro : Akricu2uraL :- < ; College'We. redpodlfully: -
? rThe' 'Musie'othe pan6 harp nitar dc1n'*rTaiut1xg that1 tihentalran4rromotlotis.tirviOes Stat.oer.; ntobaIa ,
Tiew of writer aad writings on t if baptismal can Agricultural matter, 'M tohtfh'>tfie 'Pott, --- t-, ,$h SpanIsb .Gej-m.a, and; ILaliei Ian -advise parents' more pocket mohey'than tahecosanry' :sod

_4 iitfttiy, both American and /< ccjfc'a, -some pf hit alienyi given heretcfort'Howie, the 'miantily+fatiy ,;IN Novembe*let'we Ecrnrnenoe tuhlle& gnages."uro ettra'ebarges.- P 'J' dtftftijuriouiebt5 toppl7tbereanabloiwsri U ofttu- fIEorsSfthe'ti dj '

S T tsasze.edkgl_ ? owiow .anj.: Siteresting. It other paper,shall be tipxposed cf the best ar- tiott of this family"newspaper oa Ajnew tutd novel 'The rench"angUag 'is*flnoiatly spokfenlrt thd -with tiadeamcb In th vayorsvand: apoUieoarieti $, bdg4matant
: itothedi Uijetron fViraUonofAmeliAtveryeen- ucla that can bo found/in Jbtf numerous periodicals.devoted plan 'No-u-simihtr'work intended to coatain'the' Institution?- and-13 taught 1 without ;ttny'extricharge inia'hlit 4Crcici1iicious vioinityofObflegeja A-lawof She
: rle.apt1uhGsetias iiar to tbe'subject." in this rica of the news, elegancies ", "
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Oflt I&t1 iu ttw cause of eonld be toade by |b;pc7ios of tny ahisle writer. the hour's erof flowering-caprice,"and to1-ivoini .hnrjual vocation wUl cbtnmencethY'lastweek merchant -who' iail:give'credit to si Collage etiK

$r 4 whom tho Un wcr1 HOttotw lodmeth
.dcit. bueaiiu The News both, rcnan4domest1 shall be noveltibj adrift, had boon previously-aSUmptldJ the first Monday of September. $shan, upon corfviction Dot U feet* ftvfcUthflidebt Jet be doetert -

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walkJa pduted,, se4e the wants'of cuissw'bf, ocjBT>ff'Wo'havoIdalefonl ATho .
full !** **** ***V*UW HlkVVi 'VWAAAf t U*** OWCIK VO and ,the amount specified and 1ke'Vfl
1arge .iadbladome Pd&S.51 accurate'account of'tho Market, the '' ,
par : fcvidefej in our rt ndv6 and rapidly in- win p'alilry the Sacred HeartVheneverthere
t ::; Sales of Stock, fco,', are als4 woelJy 1vcn.. crcaeing" drcalatioa ''in1 the'nnifcrtial cbianjendi- nlleca3o. .8Ka (if

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