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 31, 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
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System ID: UF00079922:00013
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qTF1RENCE.V I.AL; .:'JutCOU.B_ V ,Olll; l .nowcameto large bed, around' the edgeof covery' wa Towingalrnost: fP"re minu Wi : '.8..J.fT". ;, 611..14 _
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I which we-discovered a"number of very capital fish stories with regaled us iIilIr,jOcaICT '
At a late Butting of;the Bond of .. BASS J'liB IX C. small fish, and over the centre i of,the bed a during uncomfortable ; "Be that with reform Aeav .a(
Veld la ThomasviUe, the following re l&tJ as all the world*..long well large-and handsome bass was as it prio e '
vert adopted fot the of said very hovering.. may,dope we remem and l l !4r ihei with *T
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t ion t The schoUstle yew to consist of one ,. kind of fishing/from North..the.whale We darted our pear and only wounded the her, which'is ting that: some of metals1 and ; ; .the"
er tea mftt.hl'.cclose the Thursday In !> Chrittofher poor fish. 'Our'companion then told us that the most.remarkable bass .nJole company would quotes ''

camber of each year, Iimi' fish now chosen forour Ifwe would go away for fifteen -minutes that' we ever experienced..: 'It was in ooast.- ; ; he ..easteaet,,**

of TcmoK.OrthogWpltfjitdSngwrian. is a genuine native'Ameri and then return to the same.spot, we should: Sptebr; 'and'we* commenced fhng'at ','.This' he rectrretlu\ Q>

high among the game fish of have another chance'at the same fish. We 'iii. the afternoon. or5 later- 'their.:vlctia" sfei

and : When fully grown he is com did so, and thejpredictiola\realized. We with livs minnows, fished".with' h bited; and the obJe ; ''.- ..,.".

per*nd term ographyi82a, $16;V die ab1i"tb *with bove-with English the fifteen inches long two inches threw the"spear again,1;'and again missed our and from a boat which was firmly anchored[ :I The"marvel I 0 .iM1
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Branches ofaa.EiJU education'embracing .and some five inches broad, game though we succeeded in nearly cutting at a bend of the river,'and just above a long I been ; we wares TOtS*. '

'sJ, mental aD4 .orJ: ) five or six pounds. He the fish in two pieces. s"You.will,have,the and very deep hole, two miles. above the vil f.I' ) ". As we.aw* _
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j. kotny chemJiUry,: geology, perch family; has a thick oval creature yet let Us go away again," said my -were 'upwards of ac.nfed : .>usband,: lath,,; ot.
ad political eoBoy. 930 the above, with 'tail sharp teeth and emailbVIsdeepbIackaloog l" r-Ie'O'lne og to becone a vIc
tin, French, Cfretik* Ibrr., geometry, ... companion.We did so, 'and Io! to our utter a the current W! &
tlon lie.,' $38 i moon: piano extra 840 color : tbv tOD 8hm ,' pe'again saw! the fish *allmt' rapid;"the.: our assigned for | ,wejwomlijjikis*. ,
drawing e nd fjafnttag. extra, 825 ; use of growing lighter and some-, tilated and torn, still hoyering over its tender vt performed p1of ists"find' w first stages" an4; '
per term, fJ4; for wood per term, 4M. towards the belly. He has oflspring! ,To relieve it of its pain we darted was shining ver, tubltTea lage -hmreacB; ;ao\tai '
the tuition to ML paid ia advance, the other and is bold biter feeds brightly and if they
a upon the and the bass in our which floated die) States perate
the first of : spear once more, lay were the singing of ,
Jul/ii j, insects, strong.and: active, boat dead and the of ar is : tb ,eettbr.elvieat,..
,quite ; we returned to our lodg- budS' rustling forestl leaves,'and neglected. '
)oj, ,0r'ftITaVCTloJr. season possesses a fine flavor; ings OD- that night a decidedly unhappyman. murmuring 't the waters as they as we \w :, _

Mr.Wllliaknc1pal of male in the Spring, recovers in July, We felt,.with the ancient mariner, Iente swify'along the luxuriant banks ofthe Ja I : bugs' i 1't (

ment; Rer. O; A. &Jlett. anatant of prime in September. that we."hat done! an )hellitk deed and most We fished'a little more than .The ; ., -. S.- -MU,

departmeat; Rev. H. IJ. Lacker, principal bass is peculiarly a Western bitterly,did we repent our folly: Ever since two hours,but in that time we caught no less ed at Rome : hicendiary.ppct ti
female department| Mia Mary Ann Potter, known many of therivers that time have felt desire for than I. desperate reme
cuUnt of female ent. Board be we a to atone ninety-to. of which "THE ROM '
dejparti may
tamed in prirate. fcmQlet in the Tillage immediately with the Atlantic our wickedness,'and we trust that the shadeof : over pounds, and the ma |' happiness and the?
and lights included, from 8 to 10 dollars are found in great abundance Izaak Walton'will receive our humble Jonty'not le than two pounds. 'get remarkable "THE oil one dear to us are, .
month. The Beer4 Trustees hare in Mississippi and its tributaries well for the\man.
confession had
as an atonement. The bass that never been heard of before
er erection, two bripk hfmses, with two rooms lakes excepting Superior, in took in that and of I "4 new and bis'salvation
we on night.in question owing to vicinity, for several '
each and ooaraotBous. and will be able
large Lawrence in cour : solicit and : salvation possible
aooommodate, ooctfortatilj, 150 student. Lake Champlain their being out of season, were not fit to eat : days thereafter the rivr was covered
houses will be ooakpleted fcy the 1st day rge and nearly all the smaller and we bad not even"the plea of palatablefood wt boats; but, strange to nearly fraternity. other to gach i,
au, The Fletefaire Institute is under the York. In portions of the last to offer. The maternal affection of that I anglers return disappointed. a I most wpukl be imprison-;
trol of the Florida(inference of the M. E they are called the I presents I U consider this a.
Oswego black bass for its helpless a occasion the Doctor his
offspring, which subsequent and
south, and located one. half mile from between the : to loathing the
Prom healthiness Southwest the black perch, and it protected even unto death has seemed made another trial at their favoritespot
Tflle, Ga. .the; proverbial of ever patent rection the | had IQvecf..T ,
pmoe. and the weQ njown ability and where they are most abun to us in strict keeping with the lovelinessand succeeded in.'taking only a single ua*t
as experienced teacher*;.of the Board of bass. In nearly all the wa- holiness of universal nature. from which circumstance we came to of a | toaUisome sobate<
Lion, selected by the Trijistees, we hope to abound has it been knew each ,. Weioul4
our good the conclusion that
And with we cleared
now. regard to Lake Erie. We actually .
a liberal patronadi porn broad. for the fish, and his very know not of a single prominent river emptying that portion of the river of its fishy inhabi pity.. You ; 'should die/of A ,,

H. W.UHAEPK 4t > P.P. SMITH, with much of the most into this lake in which the black bass is tants. age of very .angeEeforaf;
not condemn to 1M and
BOJUtrj. 01: TRUSTEES.RET. in the land. Our own ex not found in considerable numbers. The Before quitting the St. Joseph we ought of the world. I beast. but., for o,
in bass fishing is chiefly sport which they yield to the disciples of to state that its 6utu tributaries,the Pipe
PijK' SMTTR President Lake Georg ;Lake Erie Lake V Stone to be pitied sJghtert.pretensTonijr' i
and the
I Walton at the eastern extremity of the lake a supenor State have the coil of.
RET. H.V.. S ARPE, Sect. the upper Mississippi, and to has been described by George W. Clinton, quality of bass, and that,n ar pleasanter aaAna ,'
fh.ing.gru cal pleasant
WM. Po>tDE ,''.., Treas. alone is it our purpose to de Esq., of &,jn a series of piscatorial let c any where be found thn lic; and Jftt. arm a corsage, From
RET. R.,II. Lti ur. paragraphs. ters published in the ,journals of that city the parent river itself. '
; would
REV. W !\V. oUI'IJi.REV. as to the beautiful "Horicon" and as we would not interfere with.him regard to the other principal rivers of western scriptible ; street one :

GI 3. Mi.i.tn.Ezy. Embosomed as ,it is among the while throwing the fly in his. on Michigan, we can only that the Kalamazoo IS destroyed new,thua.JODC
company say ]
have scented
willed tty.
I!.L. Parrti.JLMES and rivalling as do its the same stream, neither will we trespass and the Grand River are not one communications, strongly

4sty Esq. blue of heaven, it is indeed all upon'that literary'ground which he has so whit behind the St. Joseph in any of those God liberty.alone; people are forbidden eor>, .

Capt. R4fL.x Sen. desired, and in every particular. handsomely made his own. When, how char which win the aections of the ang. need We can think of na.

,.Th school open the ftnt Monday its fame. Although this lake is : ever, we hear the green waves of Lake Erievashing. ler and the lover of they their reason wbid) would bindj
r for the number and variety of We come now to speak of the Mis
F.iansq. \ its western shores we feel that we Upper But and
: most
if we ,
V '. ,1.1- inclined to believe that the have a .right to be heard for in'that region, sissippi, in whose translucent waters, a be. with we .,--;itsheingadni.
BEH gfl PERIODICAL found 'here afford the angler the when it was for the most a lonely' Wilderness fore stated, the black bass is found in "num "WIt drunken bnsband ;

of sport. They are taken did we first behold the light of this bets numberes. Not only do they aboundin Ppalwerr of GO&'I.i4tb,,,
VALC1MJC PREjdCMS :TO NEW SCBSCKIBEES! summer, and by'almost as and its noble tributaries
world. With the windings of the cient f and'common de.
tcktii of methods as there are ang the Maumee the Huron but also in the lakes of the entire region.- pltcl
&ttribe eortf the term are low! Sandusky, and the aly will persist in so UT-
1 ; with a minnow, however, and Detroit rivErs,'\ve are quite familiar, and we The only people who angle for them, however tion of ; a lunatic asylum.
REPUBLICATION OF a gaudy fly from the numerous know that they all yield an abundance of are the travellers who occasionally pen. And it ; ) right t6d1SO.C of .

lake, are unquestionably the black bass; but with the river Raisin we are etrate into this beautiful wilderness of the : she' right to-;:
THnc LOKDO X QC'ARTERLT' REVIEW, methods. As before as well acquainted as a child could be with Northwest. Generally speaking, the bass, banner the .tiou slieIp,
TDnc EDINBVGK. REVIEW, bass is a very active fish, and its mother's bosom. Upon this stream was a wel a of fish, are taken upon to furniA.
"ICIIE NORTH Barn'sH REVIEW, salmonwe know of none that the home of our boyhoo and the bare by Indian with a wooden spear, and and ready the to "an.y and criminal llu

1DlIE WESTMINSTER.: REVIEW, k"o hooked, such desperate leaps mention of its nae a recollections more to satisfy hunger than to enjoy the Pope. But to hand down< his:

.:, .Ain They commonly frequent flit across the mind,'which to our hear sport. The angler who would cast a fly a Pope could to posterity 1!; '

tBLLcEwoois EVI BURGH' MAC1ZIKE.ll vicinity of ,the shore, espe are inexpressibly dear. ? above Fort SnelJung mus expt to spendhis of "
that are rocky, and are seldom nights in an of ,. -1
i t Even when a. mere boy we esteemed the iste a cautious to ;
ll 1 the water is more than twenty I I black bass as a peer among his fellows, and white-washed cottage, to repose upon when ; s in tnmblinr\S
Tke above periodicaJi'' reprinted in They commonly lie close to the never can we forget our first prize.' We hadseatedourself.at.theifpotofanold skin instead of a bed such as Wanlnved) to revealed stop is so, mucA.
y {b tI1rt IITIY&I by the .
temediateljHf to:ibeimirinowtdr Jy quite a* which of lavender," that
'smell he ns, the *tate
steaenrs in a ba.1tLfi1s.r) type on fine ,syC tency.of the
papers-end are faithful-copies of the the trout, and are not as easily more, drt on the margin of hwl'wol instead of'ra milk-maid's. : 'qbjeet w much I
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Blackweod's Maguin biting an exact rae-I the human form.' bin its serpent-like roots we were sn o ': ru, ". ; ': wished to f' iJ .
of the Edinburgh;|edition. They embrace William Caldwell who owned fishing for a number of tiny rock,bass Ihat V too p ofths pwr?
.iow.d the three; veatr.rtle. in England- estate at the southern extremity had chanced discover there We From the Sentinel. was lat 'India
we in thaoT to5
ry. Wing, and Radicat' 'Blackwood" and bJ Atlantic and Gulf Railroad. self. It ;
..LoriQnarterlr- are Tory; the was the gentleman who first with a worm, and while doing our i ; tat their heads'with1
lUview" Whig; &lid the'Westminster Re\\ to the bass of said lake, and capture a two-ounce fish, we were suddenly Some gossip there ha been and still is, in power darkness.w round, like a
RadiciL The "' 'h British Review" is remember him an one oi the frightened by the appearance of a black bass, and out of newspapers, relative to project e reaction bands and .feet
.faTCigtoua: ehari ter-;.baring been and gentlemanly anglers which took hook and to. be entertained by the Atlantic and their'
-iltAfij; Dr. Chsltnere$ ;*nd now, since his our was soon dangling Rid the ,plunging r
%eH* oondacted bjr 111''ioM1.iD-1aw. Dr. known. He was partial to the in the top of a neighboring bush. Our delight Pacific Steam Navigation Company to con- at Pap 'inches deep

oc&ted with Sit Davfd Brewiter. Its of fishing, however, and the at this unexpected exploit was unbounded nect the Atlantic and Gulf seaboardr' bymeans the people bring up between-.

.ehara ter is of the prcry highest order. he performed a piscatorial and, after bothering our friends wit an of a railroad across Florida. No doubt with him the ; buried in the mud.

PRICES"(IF S BSCtlSKD FOR EARLY.) somewhat unique and ro account of it until the night was spent, this wi be done, and done in the course of he be' seen danc-,
I' right-band mah on all occa we retired to bed, and in ou dreams caughtthe a years by somebody. The objects to vioa ( tbe4 over twv;;
For-eay one of. the ( reviews, $3 per worthy mountaineer, who lived same poor fish over and over again unfit be accomplished are of such transcendent importance of the on the WaG or:,
for two, five d any
Han; for All four of;U e reviews, eight dollars; of his mansion, and whose morning. From tha day to this riversand as to elevate it to the character of a threw boldrag two vessels:
Blackweod's Magasine, three dollars; for was to take care of the fish have u like a passion. great national enterprise; and its promise is cious hisf perin, about ;wjtb. : V

mood and three $"en..l dollars; for and row him over the lake. Like the trout, the black bass seems to be s fair and Jare that really it is astonishing the people enemy! \ i
wood*nd the four jreviews ten dollars per. did this agreeable connexion partial to the more romantic and poetical that capital find 1 much and doubtful that G etftD 'the rtop,of* *

Pttymentt to be fade iji all cam in advance.ITREMICMS. Mr. Caldwell and his boatman, places i the rivers which they frequent. On employment in mere village railways at t pjb which is setups::

fishing days were over was the Raisin, for example, we u to en- the North, while,this noble and magnificent but to it up it; springs back*';
by the deeding of a hand-- joy the rarest of sport at an old pa ydilapid4 enterprise fails to stimulate public ambitionor ed. b upon the plank.;
Consisting of beet rolnmes of the following the latter by his munificent which was covered cupidity.Last tion I 'Kmself by5

luable trepoliUn works Magazine, vis: {Bentlpy's the Dublin Miscellany University; the But we intended to describe one \ith mi-mJ foot of which were winter we were quite certain this business in o of on'-a bamboo'pole\

gasine; wood's;Mazatine; the London \\'ell'8 excursions. some mos nicest "deep holes" imaginable. would be taken in hand and accomplished of th cit high He first .sets"

in"burJ:1a.the Fovttfcn q actedy,and the morning and our venerable Wherever the timbers of the dam formed a speedily, by means of the Georgia of the. mbs up it'with bis'

minster Reviews. {',Lnv one subscribing to his boatman, has embarked in "loop-hole of retreat"there, we were alwayssure South Western Railroad striking down toPenacola reason for a. firmly-rooted1
jyear we d,,.r or U to any one tw*bf'the|:f tM Reviews periodieals at at 3 6 dollars skiff. The lake is thirty-three of finding a bass. And we also remember or St. ndre\V Bay. appeared rights :top, heelings, to'it

gratl;'OR* volume of any of the it is his intention to perform an old mill, in whose shadowy recesses, so natural a continuation to. that enterprise, liberty 1 fixing the a.f
jamme above namei A subscriber to any ; thereby voyaging at least far dO\VI' among the foundation'timbers the one which would greatly elevate its character sion of a tm "of his sashy"aar
of the periodicals atr.7 dollars a year or to the Hte to be absent bass delighted co and where we and importance (if not indispensable to to the lS to the sound' .

volumes reviews at.8 dollaMJwiH A soiMeriber receive TWO to Bl and, having purposes no less than half were wont to spend gregt our Saturday its success,) that we took it for' granted the though it ; le'ever 'losinr'hs1 I

and three review aboy't..;**', 9 4oilani year, or to on the.lake shore: where, he afternoons; but our favorite expeditions were company would leave no sinew unstrained Jesus Christ : d takes a bay

ireviews. aad Iftcjtwood at Wdojlars,,wiU lodging. tie is,in no danger those which occupied entire days and led us to accomplish it. Such,in fat may be their Church, was np the"pole'".again' >
oelt* run premha;vplotaes.ftj ".' to camp out. His little! along the banks of the in vicinity disposition; we learn ,that, the companyhas the lJQe' leg. ':

fleatt be pafcicidi* t i Mmis8' supplied I with fishing of its mouth, and far beyond the hearing of declared its inability to carry the road to ever 1 Rome feat' is perform
.5'- indtkt'htobtanbedfor.citBxrJia. .. as the substantial"" of jife,and the mill-wheel'or the clink" of the black- the Florida line without aid from the State, that to : n. One lot them1

.. liquid luxuries. He .and Care smith's anvil. At such tie the discovery for which application is to b made at the be glorious : ia sbccizou.'
.1., ,- and his heart is now of old suntfefcjflgs- that we cared next session of the legislature. Georgia has patrimony of i :extended like ? -
Four copies of of the .&be,. to the influences of nature,and for, for we knew that.the bass delighted to hitherto manifested great lbehty in en- permanent top bambbopolr.

ular will'be subscription sent to $-Hhe on payment fourth of the : nt as the boat which bears speed the noon-id.hours in ,their, how; couraging worksof" J n'..improvementwithin whose ;tb ;ground fa';;;
copy her limits,and m it is already, fe-at"h.' baV
gratis. "Ir[ ': ft -* translucent waters. The first And when te'could borrow a cnO ruins; so
*..No/ ] ltj|gt'wn where the is,bad,And-he tarries at a cer- obtain a foothold onthe, extreme of aOded' and is destined to become more preeminently triotism! ; ]small terror of the
flovct it .* ,nor will premiums "the'purpbse'of: witnessing the island, so 'as to 'angle !in the deep so'the Empire State of the South. But selves, we : lj,one of,hir"ua
'any case be furnisSed, BtcM the ubscription the of this at least catches foof
paid..fMlUot1e'> *'itkert, without reoonree n of a deer hunt,'and hearing hole we seldom failed in realizingall result application i dubt out spilling \ by one .
M.,. !. hunter expatiate upon his ex the enjoyment that we anticpated. And, fulj; and until the compny'shl hve.fed i edified which erosse* tb

quality of his hounds. .On.the if we chanced to'come across party of fish upon a point .ofjunctonr; d demolition \ suspend
*;. 'y COMES.- wind.is from the south, and ermen drawing the seine, wetwere4suretoforget : road to the line, no movement on this side uprooted the .. t ,

A laU arrangoaetit with the British b Jess than twenty of the finest our:promise to our parents to return can prudently be made. That accomplished, 'having 1 extremely deiv
of Blaot1food'MgIn.secures to u early. lake. On the third day be also home too often the 8.AndrewI'Bay': Company would fur ages not' f ihey have fount
ef thai work by Milch jft shall be able to beforesudown.and".a. them nish it on.to the Gulf, if from love | dexterity;to'the'
crry of
the satire number)*the hands eubeeribers but is greatly annoyed 'by for a gO' mte
!unable, by a hypotheca bal1ocbi .In&
caflfbe reprinted in any ,'and must content himself even the moon had taken.he.statwiin q idee.thefere; ."When",
rportioa'at. JTr this and'other the magazines which be has the sky. Tocount_ ,the;)l'h 'captured thCl l Jd'to complete the work that un with( such jrf'avery' !difieaK
subscribers, w. y adventures aided. We conclusion ] f8 upon toe ground
for such emergencies. The ,'and. to hear thestrange; rst it is at once'
Jar a esosideratb$,! th4$ WtlD&l.be cot.o ng fishermen, this route would one of the'best investments ; "ia\the" lower part
ralas the price orthe atgszIneTherefcee days he has some good fishing, and exploits talked-.over by'ie i in the country. But it is not probable deserve to wood, catrin"aj.
"uhabe b Garfield's Landing (for watfindeedi delightful vagabond was worthy '
nJ iy ft tkepricaia them at ; : 'and if ;
I that it will be ndertaken'soon, : 'tthe eo at
there is severe of the !
shoald know that a tiny very
RenrittMoes ani tfens U '
fmB4ni ; lfavoided- '
ways addreseed..posH. >eJ4 or franked to the, Lake.George,). where; has zng andWs.retmmg one of the I long neglected,' another route w perhaps : being; : foot1 then the' other
& his tw .
ushers LEON ARp 8COTT ft CO./ ,of meeting a brotherhood of largestbass'eyer caught in the river," whichwe supersede it. T lions and. of hlDCfn
79 Foltyn'street New) The! Ocean Company,,above, refer himself
who arebaitingfor the salmon trout; maV'have the hook. 'or. purchased'of St esteem.. ,
anglers ,
y V{ !' ;{ -- : ten'witb' : red to have we had In contemplation "' ; the masterpUcei
But we are inford "The
- and' the seventh day, he, pro ablY spenas the talking = ; JLIW
O. Tha iaft-pvtnership heretofbra existing I quietly at Lyman'-'favern, in the companionship of the "times,.of the days of old,." and as we two routes.- St. Mar's pf its'originl':: ; side .Cube, .firsti
1. between the-j nbeeribers, under the : of the river Raisin, Cedar .Keys another from' St- ; or fend the. el' : nt like manner Dd.
of intelligent landscape painter, I rernembertht the glories
firm of Lewis Cou T A\CoicrANT, is this day an the Tallahassee 1 '
Jacksonville to St.Marks by : Your 'feet on.tiis
V at its fish are'foreverdeparted Cfl 't b ,
dissolved by nutoal eons&i.LE (speiiding'ithe summer there.):arriving in regard to 'isceneryjand ,. latter wute is said to be
The pre- himselfupon1:
#, V VIS;#OL3Y, home on the following morning.As r we' hasten to other waters! Rlo.: h&Gulf.terpiinu /* affords. eafqand e3p1iw1l: 1 .ftces, "G tt'are-aJ
: now crossed the peninsula of !!
ED fAS9H.FLETCHER. own in regard to bass In fan y Iwe have territoryJ : 1it '
to our experience or'-rather compassed it by better roadstead,1 while perhaps no'scopeof "The- irr which "w*
'NriiYorL; .t t fishing.in lake Georgea remeuiberone of Michigan, which country.of equal extent any Jwhere offers to admire "tht'pa-
steamers nangatethcwatcrsof i the l laws of
3 -1 : incident! in particular which,illustrates an interesting (- meansofthesplendid; and Michigan,'and fewer. obstacles:the : theline |tb anlmaR : .
Huron consctontte. to '' _
truth in'natural history.--were
biLkR. i oa4; The distance .
c1 :
.banks"of the river, and tbe
the StJo"l .t .
and happened to we'are'riowj oi from WI a c employed
y on aC routing expedition,; nial1iivet'and in a dir c lirie"we-take,to"be "
nrt jul>mlWircfrictts reach thfclate earjy.in,Jane,,before jjxejbass seph.5 This is 4 unquestionably 4 the.esrwodd MartI:at'tbVmapJ'aboutSOO'miles/and; of -t: ., batcher ''IqQ1D' *
sat sJwpaiftleV&at he willeoiuaae the.SMM i etopingwihoui : one:of th1mostbcaUtifUlb ,.$S VS ; OWa 'to .
Use of the. Btauxfcjunw and .Pvsusaai v were, ',ift8ea59fl.Sftd; we were this at least J 5O'wouldecarCelyiTequire grading .. j'Rone; ''
business, at No14iNiaustreet.; uh1ehIa friend MivLyman; ofL'ymar/s Point,- 'Ifu';thhan.tJc. being aj : country'solevel : ] "teariDl\De should
.MM parsaAd bytbiht.gm.I Jlartog been..alariy The idea having occurred to as -of spearing 'and thatlor 1tFie. Ktheeartb :1 \- t ; i iuf the 'cow,taid .
bad to the btt*>efe. added.to which is bis a few fish by;torchlight'Wi secured the ier-j islands, is invariably I clear a CryStSl, iIid bdturbed."*. .A.'route.north' *C .r." ; dQyas strike
experience U the l 4poK! era from iU ommeneeOMoV h in iUi course/Lw' ndingjtoran uncommon de- harily- .. U ,_The grejat .. I. w"
iii lUre
feels hUi 1'01 UjeJperien 4ji. )a' the basi5pirallel'0 tSt.Mry5 the'N. : ; I
*M eoaWsWrfiM JH m; ffer.t navigable for.small stewnbat5pfttmilee cts .' .
.41t is :
launch. '
e4vanUgeoa4iOn< The primary bbt well upplied we : twice'amni th : '
roniits ,
f lit
hit.hfJft" gee l : rsi-wnn reported
Niles of the
this l tioiiof : jelveroi-thfl t the>k> nJ.eVof 'i I get out ;
Nt'willKthejmhU o.1
> sa < l q 0 : tatieaux"some vhere''about ,Withlacoocbee>LandOscillav.besidesbat; : -some that the T _
ReUgio JrWF.* *PeuHy such as arfUpU4t about 'an hourufter iiijd n. "BiMw.r ( iiotb.ndfiftyIeJuelQ'aflIS for : {
otnthiptaot e.ri :
; abundanLwd succeeded killing '
*' A ViukVa mill ** .JVMid. very we h em f ieeOtflmOPvaietk impptt.nt excavations.woul.be. iL orthis; the .
some half dozen'6 it lae'e. We foun tl _.m miles f: r> "
h. f throuZbOnt : : icessum, of : : .
tir :IMJ"
If Sabbath g tonpleaUl: th D'e I" a.ba Doticedtwhe I J where.for the theroadwoul&strikea oal

of new stushbooIraArombiat"oneej will fort we approached,' that..they ,were.i invariabiccPYn -1] !< t 'd ;'I.bl brokep and; JoUihg conritry4 Bf?4t ztr-: and edifice adds and ? :ir'afld\"nererfmi.-MW -

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hsu* d** bo k; aa4 : r.8, \ 1Q 'r"l,ng'notmc .#w e' must'do' an Immense'business. If must'be 1c'SWh i-'v6I.
; epawan4wthe :e"'I. .w.. ..o I i ;
the thoroughfare between' the:Southwesteraarurtha u6k
Book* Import* :1 e4Wber 11 tot( th "Far1 yui&fld h4 great :
f''l .l : tijegajd-intitthe 1o.lthi'J
for diicoun jl .
,In 10 I;ministers and teach ... 'lg l P 'J'.PfT &, 'N bea nghi4publ4 beutfQtU.Nlen."OfieJftr lockyf9lfltt jiro .rid f' : '+i .

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., W-vii rA,Ni.itf'k.' Herald.of May 9.} The whole opposition to him originated jii! man:,;. went fa. the' residence of Mr. Robinson,? : rt ('Whittling' { P jscourpe .PP *f-to .be extending Dead;.ffelftjcr G B. ..

FOREST.44)cRELDY. this little knotof/% tr ,inflamed against the wardeD ', where he took.*i.passengers i lln! ansWer to the actNtCoDg Cut- i fj: gesf rouihoot the West, With ineipretsil l. pain we a '
the United StatCs| n account of the ead Mil Robinson, City Marshal Nichols and af as iuthority for the appointmeni i : tributaries upon to annountp toe death of c'
Tha &.04 : treatment of their ,al'and brQtherJTMaster"Boz. third person;supposed toto Phillips. 'He als6tookAbag'conUiningajaibvel SubUie'nto the J'ridian'and alocfc-the MissIsipp1ind aweira Worth. The neeo' sudden Maj

Origin Pr-I"'I-1" ." .We raveVver!Ueved ittat, Mrj 'arid'a : by AJn.ton.but fear: on tiOblo'tYer A. -.BUiaber I of reacted town last''Bight by t aPq'

Our I Macready originated or stimulated: the attacks pickaxe,and drove to the aepol"f the W Journal says cases have ben Cincinnati. I was communicated to us th followur, .. .
nounce with njorj less severity; the occurrences on Mr. Forrest at that time. The Colony Railroad where he 1IeIfhis'passen- ing lest its silence on that point may be take rpr j letter fr Major1' Deas:._. .

at the JA, v A'T'ADoT
JfoD1 Y'Tt u f'whieh-\fi''gat "a and'Mfr MaTreaoYwilV n a few d.dayiTpub- were'goinr IdTall RiT r.; -: inuring whisper about the Ti er. .in and Pilelphi. 1,4&rv 8 1. ,}

dt.em .eur.paprr yesterday lish letters from Forster, Fonblanque,,.Bul- Our morni g.' nqcnijMlyt; these occurrences wer, and others, giving testimony to that ef men proceeded to" Fall River, where Phillips this state before dis that which visited this country in '33. Its !to you, for publjEDITOM ''information :;

ought to be o>p4ba<|ed. They were much fect. In fact, Macready tried to stop these conducted them to a bye place, and pointing to give pap to tie where one thus variously classified by the New Orleans Major Gen. Woi1'who$ expired .itay.at o :

more heavy tbaajp eeable! -much more disreputable -I criticisms against Forrest, but could not effect oat a particular spot, told them,if they"dug a charged ''the duties thereof' This U decidedly Board of Health, with the number ofcaseViorihe o'clock p.m.;'Of Ah era. ";

thindi4d. But human natureis it. Macready is perfectly innocent on .certain distance under "flat bank, they .an iu.provedditi95OfJhe9Xi! ,or,as -,1, ;. annouTiceroenVfaroraWtjbt ;
At "the Mliins5iniTCholera med
Ingulrcoiainouty} ,and is prettymuch that aotwithstanding"" Forrest's belfef would there-i'find,he hidden treasure. ;friend oflhe '&nrin'J" renders: i it, the "weekTendinj; to : I as to?thi!! nelanebolv S
in Ulm: t cities. Thiloaophy the this the digging was commenced by the city our, 56 'Cholera ') ; -.5*
the tame : and interminable letters in taste to ,55; Cholera' Asiatic, ; event. 6' hW. .
will ;
relievedby the.Floridian pardonus '
off'mfllWBterics at little marshal who was from time to time pigeon story. '
m st'not p i every contrary. I Asphyxia, 2 Cholera Infantora, 6; Cholera Respectfully ypar obedient servantGEpj.DJ
of ebfcition-putic'ulnl y' 'of the warden and Phillips. the hateful animal, we ;
outburst Now comes another chapter, and the last. for introducing A.SAVtAdj't:
theatrical human.ite on.. New' York, in this After a considerable cavity had been made has Morbus, 1. Gesl .
When Mr. Macready came to country, two will ray that "the'coon" delbertely"com ,It i i. not for IK*io write the'ful
the present.jocund(jinQnth of May, is not Wikoff-tlu Wikoffwho bad in vain attempted sufficiently spacious to admit one or per. '
under the down." Great Fire at St. LuJ. soldier;wlro.now sleepi' *
alone distingJ.islie4theatrir!\ .l explosionsof I to fawn in London one of sons and while Mr. Nichols was tat -aU'
on Macready ,
warden and Phillips Administration has been of the A fire occurred at St. Louis on 17thinstant -six he bad -.
feeling. Londo has, in times not yet the Dickens' clique, and obtain a gracious bank hard at work, The th jur his i-
the feeds
wholly forgotten, Jc4ed a very'respectabe smile or even a patronizing kick' from thatawful standing on the edge of the hole, the Robin-rascal enormous crime of partitioning the duties said to be the largest in the country try in of the tominon; glories pliant of the ''a

reputation the *i way; and we our. personage-instilled into Mr. Forest'sear watched his opportunity tumbled, and him giving into the hole and salary of an overpaid a wel as overburdened since 'the New York conflagration. The portion c. A friend trfiff was with him at his rlh

Reives have had befcire Monday last, a-. few the, poisonous insinuations which we son a violent push, instantly threw a office. Mirabile dictu! number of buildings burnt is estimated !msiIa.oldrIiseddresscitt :i
extremely lively lwiramas, "got up ex- have exposed not since! Wikofl's story upon Mr. Nichols. He ;
preasly for the occasion.' Indeed, we think .every word of which long was of pure invention -! quantity of dirt in upon them, much to the Well now, it is strange that when such. three hundred. The conflagration i* attended few lines: 4- '(- \ ;*
his heels 3S
that the'theatrical Htrts! in London-the famous as it will be proved to be, was.the principal detriment of their eyes, and taking to asserted, facts which are an am* with a serious loss of life. Three per :SiaSTOiioyMay,7.; .
thing MT Drxa--l ia of i
0.'P. riot fkI ir.stance-er the ferocious foundation on which Forrest has felt effected his escape.FLORIDA. ot to them are totally forgotten. In sons were killed, by an explosion on the regret $ base; to wit.eebng tbt the. ;;

assault the Drench singers, some andacted. Other influences also went to work. and it is probable that twenty dept Brevet ,;
relation to Florida appointments, why is it steamer Major J.Vntt'. :: _
twelve or fourteefrars;|' ago-were more Macready made some speeches; REPUBLICAN. Aic !
: formidable than] irtyjhing we have ever and at, last, irritated, stung, and exas- not also said that the Taylor Administration were kied altogether. .About twenty steamboats tacked He tiled last ,&.:a1.rone. cholera-p. ,' wc)4

' been able to get up%ere, even with the best perated into a course of conduct not in keep-. Thursday, May 31, 1849. has abolished one of Mr. POLE'S sinecnresl were destroyed, mostly laden with valuable -.. virulent type &tlytt the .,::
% very medical'
"native talent." \$,:generally content ourselves with his character or with good taste, la .
j'it. ing But a few days ago we "wept adieu" to a cargoes. skill. *o -If:1It ,
I with pantotcitoc and farce. Our ami- Mr. Forrest came out with his "card.- ftj-WM. THOMSON, southeait corner of that of the ;'
All the offices except is sad event : ting
who printing a one overwhelnU
f able.brethren other side of the More speeches were Baltimore and South sU., Baltimore, is our Advertising highly respectable old gentleman was very or
ihjjj1 water Macready replied. .'
and General Agent. Ohio because the Union were burned, as were the banks,telegraph grief to ki.de :&uaily, of :
' like to sprinkle theif.[performances in this made-more cards were written, and the returning to his home.in 8 InC
aisleof i' ;
way with a dash!oftrgedy! broken' skulls quarrel proceeded, growing of course more Taylor Administration had .abolished the office, insurance offices, &e. In the regret Worth to had a large kin 'frail*- airn ( ;

t t and bloody no es. Id fact since the days angry and unpleasant every day. The public Flehlng. office of Superintendent of Private Land burnt district were situated the most extensive noncan denribiiailhe honor al YHa'j
when the Mbjbx>ys"o Athens attempted to know all about it. At last, we have this As this is a period in which the sport of all big
t ;; of which he had been the incumbent -. business houses in the city; they lant whole-allied soldier, :
settle the business OfF?Mr. Place Theatre. be Surveys an 011
; Aristophanes scene at the Astor fishing and especially "bobbing, seems to his wbde w
I their favorite Cleon theatrical be about even. and vested its duties in the large stocks on hand, of which very little threw evr energy, Ie
attack to again
:. .fer his on! ( Well, both sides seem in the article on the outside, the of'( In
much indulged performance, us htK
4 audiences ih countries: have assumed The books are balanced, and we hope that General. The latter arrangementbad has been saved* The entire loss is estimated dube tl

t '1 : the right of w.esaing their sovereign I they will be at once closed, and a new account entitled "Piscatorial Recollections," may in- Surveyor existed-one officer discharging the at $3,000,000. None of the despatcheslocate ty announcement be taken of nan;! eminent terviees.any D Scan
and difbleisare. In this I "Boz" on one side, and of our readers. I
wrath respect be terest
1? opened. many fall of the commencement of the firethoughit died as be lived a'tta'e' soldier, conacjoo.s .
in the
J John Bull and Brotlier Jonathan have both, the New York "b'hoys" on the other, have whole duties-until Mr. Polk, t .

.! :A at times, been vtry! t aWghty, and generally "said their say." Dickens wrote his book; B&.We are indebted to Messrs. CABELL '48, considerately relieved his Survey General seems probable it broke out on board one the wife last and, surrouiid4fy children tad by bis'broken his h r:

{ ;' I look silly enough wTken they wake. up next full of genius, and description, and humor, and WESTCOTT for valuable public docu- of the superintendency of Privte'Land of the steamboats. and other friends., IMay his march to e "
and silliness the "
:, rooming.. |i! and pathos, and sentiment, ; ments. Claims, and bestowed it, not in the case Cincinnati huntingoiz4 with impedi' :"
inst. in
But not content wrth denouncing this unpleasant "b'hoys" have produced their travestie of & There was a fire on the 21st great mt n

: {I., scene ai thfiAstor|! Place theatre. "Macbeth,"and the efforts of both cliques Atlantic and Gulf Railroad.We of the Live Oak appointment upon a citizen in which 10 houses were.destroyed. ment! YouJi} C-DL: ..

, 1: one of our contemporaries, the Courier and should now cease. A great decisive battle understand that the projectors of this of Florida, but upon from a :. %W&.T. .
'1 Enquirer, directly achwes Mr. Forest as the has been fought. The sun has set on the distance-one who was perhaps faultless Appointment. the ;
:1 Savannah
i .: ) author of the disturbance. The Courier alleges !- field of Waterloo. Let a treaty of peace be railroad are taking active measures to ensure GEO. 'H. SMITH, to be .Receiver of the The correspondenMf B

> i" in explicit iertftfl,' that Mr. Forest or- made, signed, and ratified, with all the solemnity -I its speedy construction. The engineersmay for the office, save in that which Locofoco- Land Office atNewnansville, Fla., vice JOHN publican, writing ffjftn Key West, 21st inzt4 .

', t! gamzed and paid'a bttJid of men to go to the befitting the occasion. Bring forth be expected on the route by the begin- ism regards as a grievous demerit in cases PARSONS removed.The says : i. -1

J 't .j theatre and hiss Mr. Macrcady offthe sta e. the calumet of peace, and let us ning of next October.-News. of Whig appointment-he ,a from a "free Since my last nb"wreck,. Tat most interesting '.
'1'; We regard lb.isabcuri.t5on as gratuitous and "To-morrow to fresh fields and pastures now.'' State." Flood, at New Orleans. event kt Key: West :

: i{; unjustifiable. Wbat nr may be our notions Accordingly, we find that Mr. Macready -.The May term of Duval county court We mentioned in our last that fears were and little else w communication bu .4

,y it about the propriety of(he letters written by is announced again for to-morrow, and we commenced its sittings on Monday'last' His A Proscriptive Hemlnlseen.ee. entertained that New Orleans would be inundated transpired. The rl ,District Court commenced :
;. '. Mr. Forest relative.Rr Mr Macready, (and hope that ,all attempts at riot may be avoided The Richmond Whig revives the follow holdintit; & lar'[ te'on,'yester- ".'.
Honor DOUGLASS presiding.Death .
Judge the rush of the river
!.' these notions havie ririfbeen hidden,)or how.; and shunned by those who witnessed the' ing: by through a da-the first-tmf..c: .it oipiuzton :A
:ft! ver'd cidedly we may cbndemn any maniI performances on Monday night. Let Ma- of Gen.Vorth.. breach in the embankment above the city. that this t.aD ;:'
In 1846 Mr. L. Childers of Tuscaloosa
i : festations: of ill-teinpttwhich he may have cready now proceed peaceably with his engagement Extract of a Letter St. Augustine, This, the principal breach, is at the plantation action of common 1'andcrintina1buainess.' .
:1: in:this'versr, yet we must from Alabama' repaired to Washington, and '
:; displayed Let the New York "b'hoys" May24th, 1849. of Mr. Sauve. It is upwards of 100 There will probabbe"onC case.of,assault .
:>:: L not allow such aIche! against him as that show the civilized world, that if they can rival applied for a clerkship i one of the depart and battery od the lgb seasi :::
of Gon.
death prt
without This lamentable event ( Worthy feet in width, and accounts state that the b
1 t: preferred by the (jourjer to pass no- any London audience in riot,, disorder ments. His claims were seconded in the the Grand Jury'anao: :civil .
f '; tice. Where is toe iaence that Mr. For- and disgrace to day-they can also far sur- hu cost quite a gloom over our little city. Gen. water rushed through it in tremendous vo- His Honor Judge j&larvin, in his charge :
Worth stationed here, and greatly endeared manner, by the of the. I
l I n rest had any perstJnal' *jifency in the disturbance pass them in generosity and justice on the wag long strongest lume. Efforts were being made by the planters the Grand Jury brcbt' t the Dtie ia
; ? Perhaps he ijjoes not regret it himself to the citizens by the kidnes and Alabama delegation, and an in >
't. very third day thereafter. We must not allow Ma- appointment the lengthy,full and ctaftt variotu ;
much and his cards''::: letters may.have frank affability of his manners, and by the services to repair damage by driving piles, t
t, ; cready to return to England without settlingold the Treasury Department was almost immediately offences the|"\rs of the Unite State :
} t, : waked up the "b'fcoys! to work, but that is scores, and opening a new set of books. which he on lever occasions rendered t secured. Mr. C. then wrote to his and throwing between them bags of sand. ant '! ;
j:4 all. T 1 the city, and the generous interests which he always But the work was slow and hazardous.One -of this'place and peculiarly >,
[The terrible riot on Thursday night succeeded -
ii i' Here we*think, ..it'y not be amiss to manifested in its welfare and prosperity. I family in Alabama directing them to come or two had died from exhaustion sition .i. mte_ p i $
, .'l, cive the nubile a little inmffbt i into the origin this appeal.] Florida generally his premature fate cannot but on to Washington as soon as practicable, as persons As Ilemnde, : -but one ofience(til >
a--- -S f' and
1t4 i: ; of all these : The public have Gen. Taylor and the Bible.A excite the deepest concern; and she most ever that was to be their future place of residence. exposure. one abT yet bn brought before the 1; ':!
The New Orleans Bulletin of the 18th
been difficiIlti1 deal in the dark on bear in recollection that it was mainlyto :
tiM4 from the American Bible Society grateful Imagine his and mortificationwhen t as well as the .com- -1.
Delegation disappointment
4n'\ this subject. &tement of tbc facts his energy, management, and untiring exertions instant, rays : mon law | Court for the \l' tj
to the Washington City Society called few after he received the following St
a days docket
,;f i will be at once inu1i'e and elifyinj. Itt the President of the United States, and ,the late disgraceful Indian war that so sorely "Our latest news from the crevasse at county, vtr$' wofnUy -J
, 4 is a discreditable busiqpss all! around and the an upon interview took place of an exceedingly afflicted her "in a her borders," &at last letter: Sauve's plantation, state that there has beenno for lawyers so'thitou may s, If

.:: t saddle should be put o4 the right horbe.'i interesting character. The Delegation- brought t a close, and the blessings of peace and May 4, 1846. material change in the condition of the the fat is, that there fts but a sl amount ''
We must go back tcj the first visit of Mr. On I directed breach. The still continues of I doubt .
consisting of the Rev. S. I. Prime, Secretaryof security restored to her. T. gallant soldierwas Dear Sir : Saturday last water to pour c ad litigatibajin! our i
z F. to London. Vpa &; and comparatively the American Bible Society, and the Rev. cast by Nature in the mould of the warrior, your appointment to be made out. Since upon us, but its force has not a yet materially if population of ithe same extent can '.;
unfriended and unknoTPQi he sought fame and V. P. Strickland, of Ohio-were introducedby I and formed to excel in war and shine in battle; that perio been known to me, that increased the overflow." Umt S.e where there 11 '.

fortune was in the on the British Englis metjttpoiis! stage.at Mr.the time Hackett, and Mr. Penrose and Mr.Miller of the Treasury yet "when the conflict was o'er," there was no you always have been a Whig.This .- The New Orleans Crescent, of the 19th, little lwS or where debt. .;:

i F' Mr. Price, then of Department, and were received by the ODe in whom the qualities that most become tho is very unexpected intelligence to me. says: are more pUDW' J
urged [ manager .
upon did to \ R.
You me as a
Drury Lane theatiie, the"propriety and jusj ; President in his Cabinet Chamber with great citizen and the private man beamed forth with Democrat never; but I represent took it for yourself granted tha such 'There \but little change yesterday in _._A _ -ip

; tic of giving their jfouthful countryman cordiality and kindness. gentler or more engaging mildness and lutre. wasUhe fact. It is impossible me to the state of in the rear of the city.- Great.Diaaeter. -.;|

r .1. ah engagement. "He+bas no talent!" exclaimed Mr.the Bible Prime had remarked been to him that the friendsof "The battle took won, of Rolnd'sloulEah'noble mare the removal for the pur- The water air we presume, owing The steamer Emptfa:was run .ito on the
Price, in hu pjjrn gruff "Not exceedingly gratefulto lon. contemplte to the fact that is drained
way. a large portion
( : so" returned Hackea-r''he is a know that he held the Word of God in And the hero at once sunk into the unpretending pose of appointing felt con- the Metarie of Hudson river on the wght of th 17th by a 5
t young through Moving
therefore revoke the order for '
; high esteem that he had individual and the commander into the kind strained, Cnal schooner lad with lumber.
't man of high promise;ybu must give hui an ; publicly expressed the inundate districts goes on with en- heaTiyl t She 'i
his reverence for its truths and they cherished master and the affectionate husband and parent. your appointment. "
1 engagementT' Pri although: a coarse ; I occurrence much. Our do not seem willing to had over 300 pasaciigers on board. The -<
sort of man in his manber'and way of exI the hope that the Government of this But though ho has fallen in the midst of his usefulness i regret very erg in their houses remn "I
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had im
1 short made Rip
t: pressing himself, was apt without generous country would always be administered consistently and fame, he had lived long enough to acuantanc in a favor strong, and I water, especially as there is.no knowing seer e ',.1 w t1y $.
pression my your near, by means smahlboal.
with its pf
| feeling. He did give $f. Forest an engage- principles. servo ad adorn his country-to add new laurelsto still believe that personally are when wi be altered for the better. rah .
; mentand the result! >ao\vn. The young General Taylor replied : her renown, and t deserve and b respect and esteem, but you under enttedto We thing al kinds of water conveyances that put from the tm, mo of the pJ

American actor was 'Iqndly received. Mr. "The Bible is the best of books, and I honored by it regrets. Adieu, gallant friend.S.. cumstances my I cannot make the removal and in requisition, sifs scows, canoes, gers were takeooif'jjJBut( it is fe 'J

L, Macready himself'tr d him in a very wish it were in the hands of every one. Its appointment as intended. and in fact .any thing would bear aperson's have Len lost-ho\tmacy| cannot (ascer .'

t I friendly manner, and[ihls, attentions were indispensable to the safety and perma- I take the pleasure in saving that your weiht are to be seen in all directions tainedan the af. list 'wasdestioyeLSeveral ;
: gratefully acknowledf by .Mr. Forest nence of our institutions: a free government Government for California throughout, been correct and the streets. Persons fond passer .
f ; ; himself, in a letter which* was subsequently cannot exist without religion, and morals; We are much gratified t learn. that information deportment. h of aquatic sports have now an opportunity peasjiirntoverboarI aadr rt -

published in the P14i,4aler, of this city, and there cannot be morals without religion, has been received at Washington, Yours, very respectfully, of enjoying im lve. drowned, and other i re unable t esopt .

, conducted by Mr. FQfahhful '. early, fretful and nor religion without a Bible. Especially and is in the of the Department, WALKER. from the cabins ere tkgboat, ., sunk.5ev :'
; I friend, Leggetjt: ;:On his return from should the Bible be placed in the hands of possession JAMES L. GUILDERS Virginia Episcopal Convention.
t Esq. dead bodies .the wreck which
Europe,with an increased reputation and the young. It is the best school book in the of preliminary arrangements in progress of This met at Charlottesville the were foungj on ,
body on
; additional professional (experience, Mr. Forest world. 1 can remember what I learned whena the formation of a government in California, Here was a man who came up to the Jef- was towed to the .i t: of N w ur. ..0 A

I, played, for the; fiiJBl time, at the Park, I child, far better than what I read now, and which it is said will be formed before the fersonian standard, he was capable and honest, day appointed. About sixty clergymen. and despatch dated the (iSth, from that place, :,

f I and speedily attained thai, position which he I[ would that all of oar people were brought meeting of the next Congress. nay,the Secretary had taken a liking to .him forty-five lay delegates were in attendance. : $J( -'

: has since held among h&friends:. and ai.miTell. up under the influence of that Holy Book. was prposs.in his favor, and had no A long and interesting debate. was h' says Twelve moredeadlieshavebeenfound-, i
:: "'i 5 S You are engaged in agood cause, and wish z 3?*That highly respectable aqd able the of the of
& r, in historyr other objection to him than by his politics. question giving consent five b in.femaes a fVfour; of.them hare ,
The torn success.
next astounling
4ft : chapter you great paper, the (Va.) Times and Com Convention to Bishop Johns's of ) all. taken.from ,
which beats "Plutiirch's Lives" all to After tree and pleasant conversation Ric He was not a Demor and therefore, he acceptance ben Te e'
with the., of "Boz" alias very piler, comes to us in a new. dress, slightly the Presidency of William& Mary College.The upper berths saloon TbeJ
i pieces, opens Visit with the President on general topics, the could not And these are the lower berths cabin tup1c I *
I i. Dickens, to the United' );& ibs.. Some aged Delegation withdrew.Mr. diminished in size, and printed- ih. type. of a men, who talk about proscription. consent was given- by a large- majority.- posed to a genmen's 25 (R:30 more ofthe a pas- "'.-:
inhabitants probably'yet C recollect the excruil smaller face. The S '
Departure front the proportionably daily paper where is thy Slave Abduction. sengers. The Coronek inquest sits at fis&r 5
I dating fuss which was Biade about the talen- Maereadjr'e city. blu I <
J I is only annum-probably the The .
per boat will be raised to- ,
ted little Cockney in trM netropolis. The Mr. Macready left the New York Hotel $ A man by the name of A. .S. SMITH has kiiacng. .
ball at the Park theatre|4pped the climax, where he was living;and departed from the cheapest daily south ,of the Potomac.Mr. AM Impleat.Old detected in the act of conveying from morw. or'fUurty persons a yet
the then three o'clock THOS. for Foreman Zack's Cabinet has commanded the ben missing-they may hv been taken-t A
entbttspan reachedJts -
and popular city, at yesterday morning, accompanied BAIL ,many years Va.
Richmond of
two Adams
by board tee Van
PoQr bamboozled several of his "head" of Marcus Morton the Democratic saTs way any-on ,
culminating point. Dickens was by friends. He in the office, has been associated ,
li t v I bewildered'Btuiied! d deafened andquite" expressed his determination to return no assistant editor. Mr. B. is a gentleman a of Abolition Collector of Boston, come "off;' & Co.'s railroad express. He bad them fears a entertained *fet, they a in'the ,

I overwhelmed by;juu?..foretaste of the more for ever. His baggage was takenaway and the Boston the t confined in good boxes, and sent to.the depot wreck. "n w, ..,;
apotheosis of the'"un y raa) nation," and be yesterday morning at five o'clock, in great activity and .intelgence. Post leading Demotic where suspicions were awakened, the DXOWKXD. nergravromsa and e'\t
almost nodded bis wety perfumed head off of friend. After the of the says abut it-
charge a firing
his ahoulders, in reply@ e salutations of first round from the military, a friend of Mr. Still Gasping. ppr"I Mr. Polk and Mr. Walker h done boxes opened, and the men discovered. They onginc, &Mr.J. Jol: t. ,.. # !'
the New York arutocpiy, of all shales Macready told him that there had been "MORE OF TOE 'COCKED: BAT' CONSISTENCY. duty faithfully, we should have were supplied with a sml amount of food, n llom. ia ntiillniV- 4Csua

castes, shapes and dim iUions' from coJlish bloodshed which seemed to affect him very 'I have no fen t reward, no enemies i Fuish.Zry. been dependant upon Gen. Taylor and Mr. and one with a fan. The illustrious lon boat,o Monday wniof(ait,were mnforiuaUtrdrowaed '

: up to salt pork. uBo *a'' ,like the prophet's much. He threw up his hands and exclaimed Meredith for a favor we now most gratefully of the Smith family had vamosed, but he %7 the'upaetUntf the boat.. ,Thai. flWM ;.:
ass,elevated to the nth' ieaven. Next day, "My God: has my appearance led to the 'Appointment. by the Prmd. acknowledge." managed by a aegr\9aant who narrewrj*Veaped /
A be awoke. He found ottthat it was all a sacrifice of human lifensh! I had adheredto 'James G. Sanch8 of St. Augustine Nonsense, Mr. ott. How could was caught in the meshes of the Telegraph, a a f&tebutss, rescued by saotiMr :,
' capital' hoax-a flam. The bal my first resolution, and .not yielded tothe'solicitation F. vi George Center, removed..* you and h been fully committed. boat which reached 'theot,i barely ia time I :

bad been gotten u'farecS' a, few thousand of my friends. They assuredme "What was the cause of this removal expect ..Messrs.Polk and Walker t commit save him. ,:.'; !,
: .W:: ddllars into the d1 ;.treasury of the there would be no difficulty. He No man of any party wi say that Mr. such a rash act a that Why, t treat the Another Disaster. -' ; 'Q
, I .theatre! Horror arid Thedinner then retired to his and Center was not honest capable. Will that would be **!* ft. 1e" i
Park, agony dressing room, pre. leers way knocking the Intelligence has been received in New ,
. to Lord Morpeta ppening at the'yerytim pared to leave the theatre. After having they' do a much for his successor? The coalition into a cocked hat. At a late rc'on't: airfield course,-near i
1 Mandarin York from the eastward that the Hannah .
I : of this mournful,awakening, pre- got safely'to the New York Hotel, it was resolutions' declared that Old brig Richmond. hor .|, "Gen... .Cass". b
I ented remarkable a'contrast to.tbe fussy, deemed prudent by himself and friends that Zack would: be the 'tool of a desperate andunpnncipled An old man,'one of the few brave spirits who from Newry, bound for Quebec, L. C., a competitor- caIIe4"Zeka" in.one ,

lt farcical attentions paid ..ckens. that the be should leave the city as soon'as.possible, party! Were they not... ,'propheticl" .-' fought under Geu. Wayne in the desperate battle on the 29th ult., run on an.iceberg off mile U; :.J
the latter twcthe first
Nevti. of Many Point, was lately asking alms ia Cincinnati \ p ,"bolting _
ahnost fr ni! In lest attack shoold be made that ,
i I poor.maa was _one case, an upon ,from door. Well the Ray, and foundered. A. large :
) there,was the dignified]. gentlemanly! sub- houSe The uniform of a soldier was procured Alas! to some extent it would seem so. tin! bo asked. -dor! &Republics ,may quu numbr a qua a taking t tjjae, wood*." Whereat :

1 atahtial compliment! wh &New.Vorjc knew and in that disguise he left the' hotel, For tht.noble old soldier,upon. entering upon rtCu1t-Bu passengers were,on b fft-four oilhem' the Enquirer pathetica exclaims; '. ,

well bow to pay to an':) ninent etatesman on horseback," for New Rochelle, where he the discharge of his high duties,' found .him .Let the party who removed Gen. Solomon perishing from the cd and epu.Every ""Would that Old tt& 'bolted; an* :'

and, scholar from anot&tr* land. In the could, wait for the first morning train for self surrounded .Van Rensselaer, another'"brave spirit who vessel..that> had recently arTe Queb Cass could have'.won bi ha"lu than .
t ptbercase there was tl Oiinny, quizzical Boston. It is said that he passed through a by as. "desperate and'usprincipled" fought under Wayne" who enriched the has taken more' or les'of the namesake has done-Jc-day. .. "

extravagant) rollicking,;wl1im:ta', riotous p.ortion'of.the'crow on his way outof the a horde of pap-suckers as ever soifof the Weotern frontier with his blood- the.ice and'brought.them_ in., of h, a feo \
"Jollification," which$ York just,as city, but did not excite thiirsuspiciozi. He hampered the policy an honest Executive. a soldier, of two ware-first, from the officeof Z ctir ate p.,,

well kewbow to get a.tothisowu amusement was'accompanied by several military officers, In thiS respect, we- have the Adjutant ,General,of'.the State of New Z _:-. t, "1
the benefit of the P r5c theatre and,the who acted as an'escort-and bodyguard, until the old to cnft5 a Yorknext.from the Post Office at Albany A NATIONAL COUNCIL OJ CATHOLIC BIPH- FriTbe ,. :_ -
of of the Y. Herald goo bok says roan "fell among has been its sessions .q t
utter esolating bewildeer.t the illustrU he was clear city.-N. : Advertiser. ors recently holding .i in.Baltimore" ."
queton.-Dtrblt York ; Free
But he : jNejr : (
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miraculous ,and cannot
Oas v4ob4orgottcnI event'prove : Several
Yes let that been
1 :Boz" .' .A Convict'. ,'t'de., long,remain their "tool"-bjs spirit party answer, "B ) -i! \fl.ji' Some to have been spurns after its late growings over the f blood of the .created by:the 'l i;;. Bishop Hughes Taylor said
I z" "raved,.and wrofejais book The sensation appears created their chain is certain letter is, General i t
iron bad entered into his-Bout. On his returnto in Boston and Cnarlestown by tbe escape from'h thralcrred i dropping SIn Blit rt"and'at'he' 'remoyaJhjf ne-ortwo been made.archbishop of,New,Yorkj.Bishop have written sometimes Before the last
,London-',,he was affectf0ntely'embrace of a convict,'one William Phillips,from* tbe i1hiiik'byJink. ; ; \,to' J. Blanc, archbishop;of1 P f
; ;: n p e'soldier
1tJ literary; associia| ,':Forater, ,Font State'prison,'through the agency of the war ,i reS! ?:the I aHFlX FeU!l.as,"otherapj4hltsi5 relations tCI, Utlthat.jiartyrapswerwhether"the Bishop Puic_ ll"archbishop New.Orlean.a ofCinciCnati1 dential; _, .!I \iCn.: ai,,wifch| it. is. :kr$ kground

t bknque,Leman and t tblP- f that ilk,and den and:a:city officer, whom Phillips deluded ; ;nnefcnbe:eurjiri4'that : It'is' : the ;Constahtine'C. i by tha jSresident" against'tbt f fWt "
with.them,over innumerable].pots of.:':JieavyynV with a story of hidden"treasure The follOWing i inuendo should ; Rpubli was gtu" under Locofoco h "rumoie4ih. i' -" .: ;, :.iittertbC'. Bb' i

4i .h.'I wbined:forth,:.w? agony, of, hwwounded accounrof the affair"is'given by the a of epe.te.gping lips rue. t :', ;,'t") ...- ":,"; !z l )r j : .of St PCt'Churcb, New;ro! bsbeen ing P'i ia in pxa \I-SI

I! spiriL; Grief.: \tagipus,and the Mercantile' _Journal (,f Friday i evening. Lfocism' UjA t'hn 'f- I ,Juu: ; madel>Bishop,of.Bnr1 n.Vetnt provCwbicii: I : DoM.-J' ,:
1 littU i.eoten ;,whined;Ja':'ftltJpathy.- Then Phillips,, ile".n 'pris ntol4astoif tothe bUij i. ;J are: jpartieB'"wni i g,iW:. 'vouch,'forth.'eW4jsaaUtie 'STLoVIM&$17I1'849. : The decrees of'thY ) sent to more,to It.ipotes

they Traxed-fierce and oaK mie Forster with warden/about' h.lI.vlngJomerly buried : ,in.:Mr.,_Center!' !''We" have 'J':'B/te) arrived of r. Skuznerin. tns. ity bIu1 IiiUthi' P Cncl'a, t ip >the: .Wayne:? .-SentineU- >an4sBaflklo{ ..,- ..f Republic.* *J

t' a tremendons broa4si ; passed ;
; Sti.Fe / \ ?
in the of rfivlw of Oickens'sbook 'j- < wit h 30throf byhunyiilbeIa ._. .
States shape a to the AprilV;:; I .. .I ubl<, i l"t Hm-A '-
,and in whick be abused:the New York : 'The:warden considered'his story'improbable of t'e&.But! i'CJo ,We combination' : "o 1 3: ':_" 'L r i., o& ;-west- ol th14)1c .

; S. /ifrpWaad Cowriewj A >/ arU. deaily ,' not believing,that a man'having so much St.'AugustinwhJch' 'figure. 'ee.. ,baa erDnthterul, : by;the ,1'.\t"/< ,9Th..*Iarjr Kwta. ) rd .wi d last;dot =tp!.

Kverity< Tine journal*) i& ,incurreJ the money 'at his eoinmand would/uffer'either: side. "the "''iMMdarln resoVu'tion V !MiC.::; Apache foe te.wht, murders i 'T'Ne Ha Jco, aTe.J.N8TOk'r ftnb'g tai"fld _' !i
f/c.Boz ..&ovt:1he: t Jba.u"- himself orfamilytowit* for4thi "common E\tw lnd.a" c : \ .-.--" f
'. was then a Locofocoi J offiee.bolderand: in have ;;; :'V 1 : i ; v* 4 iiflZ ,. ,_ -i
necessaries Ji1er'CII! tC
AC b1.1a ghingaL.hl ; gi; 1l.jlk, Two the thatwentouttICL: \ rif27 : .t '; .1a"
A theothetby ppp singjt'. ,qncan ,Jor: Finding thatjw; hid'no'R i' Jw itl the prostituting his"official--'position' rw o, Bill WiUtamsjnd Ned Reams, : 1" Wet'W-> ,1-i : ., C'-- Z, -
&DII e4.' .Hft at ftrardea PnHlips next related hii ,to bisSaiwlayt purposes, ; t i fi'h .. i cP fell i in Ue Khi.IMa'.1fr : I' -",
.JrJoment while j story .. 11tteves" .were .m March hut, o'elo l iib lago :
t For,>"- !*z.'t" and:4heieoctes ,pjjtle;I chool 'teache.r'wb6: it seeow' ',wasBomewha queto sij'thieat.T: i :" :. '-' while kUc bl..t.EQt.w. e' hiJsph. St AugqatDe'lmCh r ,18..... IIM. '. ;'1'ttI."i:.; 'UtI.'''
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London wcUned/ bd* : iD'p d..h- r \ ,.
"preafswerei 4gsust ry.g.iaericsnrti .*<}M1 < S ,P. instruments "
; Fna4*bi'R OI4'J communicated, '" ," -' .',::.wm-. :.the, ,'",l wderij upon. .,the. i akwods M the ; never putiintd'b'ii: made use) 'Of.&Dl' i; f!',during;lus unfortunate: Pr'Julr r1o tw6thirdfuli.'f"" wr: .gl.Jf': e t.,',*. _,...r.,<.'..,.. .-.' ,."L..t."" ,,...! l",ze...v.' ,
Y to the Engliih metfowlu..1Tbeniap.ipetted | : sl.. : {Tll 'I1 *'** n* I -tH .-, : ?' NI .. C .Clii acf Wm Ptt S \ 1io t 'tI&. CIU!.
the unfriendly notice,:.and then weremade.tbe Thai the mitfcr remained until'l-fondaiY iD.j its qu itnl f, ff,lie d1d-'trV challenge } and : r .yA1! Wba .ph0J" .1 4

.:.:.. : attempU to hiss jwaoff! : tbeif' .';. :t morning last. Early on that morning, a cab the editor his readers where. I ben ibrI killed i others near are ;r &c.Saved She her 'tlea only ggbaini 45 tout burthen.j" intt upwards'-at Milwatikie$60,000 f ,worH S'.i* bf property.

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s Institution 1rlUcIc; onthe r t ; g" of a, eon- for exUbifeoYtoeh.\iisg J'JoaIIMt One-,
C..fl1L 'labl1U. The Slate of' Alachua 'undivided portion or half of that It .
.4{ : (JL Monday: ia June next at*)o'clock,A.Min I' .-f ,.r '_ C ONE traer land known meats ;,, .V...
lMm-U Ap'rii9i 8(9. > or parceTof
4k") ; ., JACxsdBmut*, East Florida.. .,. ,.,, '. ', Gregory% ',. ptt B01 for o the in Marion &: 4. ..$ .to. an ample stoeka) *eiaj4xwJlrdr!
will be fitted for-tha accommodation An .1 W*are ar:1s'Pisss.a d t2y Mrs
bark $
G&1CTLEJr:;:The Peruvian Fanny, i Stp.ratuoolIIJ up : -: I performance of& witUa county ella of ; 1
the 7th fast oTj-wng Lads and Misses, where they John wii and wife,and} written contract,' bx o. ready for M v JUt orifpal eataadverrMperielannlnghaad
Captk De Brot arrived here on 'Hr. county;anacoisting of the beet lands of '.1;
wWbSin&tlUCtOE! in th* elementary and higher J.w.t and wi I :Slid exeeUentaite and F Circuit C Script,_table_. fK .
direct from Saa francisco' whence" she sailed branches of aa English and classical education,,' .defendant. :b1o. a psieslofland is laltylotq 1 PE Ian JUI I, >* '

on the"t1 alt.l and young men will be fitted for College or forpotow TfT having been to oier the r O 37, 15 Bg.Hao d. do U b*a true Copy of in :Ji i.-teiYt.i'1'tr' .. .,.$ .1Jf.i.
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A short tjtie before the Fanny left one of lift in the Latin and Greek classic, JL tion of the m., the appear affidavit of and towp. ,hundred range (1300) acres, Order duly made of Record ta:th* thk i.aI .t

the boat's er wr*Belonging to the U. S.. flagship and in the.philosophical and mathematical sci pltl the above entitled cause,that the said e or .ct.I one of the. mo debl bow.aUtIed<)MM,oath. 80U* d,1 Octoberr Won aM 1,5th-, J'l.Xe1lbw. .'

Ohio, with boatand all.- encel.llUJlGDI reside out of the circuit aforesaid,and t of ld'I E FlpridV : 'I .I Iw.": .
tan away
.'. that the said John H.Lewis and wife reside in the of term Forpartieulan, N *".>*wfc laaT hereunto.**! O".III&D
They were"pursued, captured,.and brought *.] JL .my hand,and affixed the seal of SaM E" .'
THE yEAa wffl be'divided into font quarters, Stat of Alabama, and that the said Thomas B. term, Jte-apply to C.. W.DWNG. r S 'r- .
back. ShorUf ,iher'the crew being called of about 12 weeks each with intervening vacintion and wife r la the State of Connecticut !April 12 if _' Agtnt J cks< } ear U th Qti'I3t.'IpZUn..\ f i W' "

to perform tome: duty, they refused to tarn *. The day will have two sessions t the first, i therefore, o of the said complainant, ; :. h'{. Q1S4: .
out or obty'ih orders of the officers; in consequence from 9 to 12 M., and the second from 8 to fr P. by,William A. Forward and Samuel L. Burritt, S S /NOTICE, Clark Cv C.of'l\ 'B' >\U8' Platen MnttarlreMfca.Power fireSUndLag' ., ._ ,
M. Wednesday mornings will be appointed to esqs.,his solicitors,It ordered that notice of the ITS to It & "
of'which about thirty of the leaders herbyl"e a who 'couol Cd& > t MEO m ,. S
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of this Suit
exercises in English composition and declamation. pendency published in a bjUDetftop, as N.J1J1 : ii Nt.
were confine n irons a court martial was After the first term, no pupil will be received ( I the circuit aforesaid) for nel'rted guardian of Norman w appl minor, to the S ,+ U' Chamber. ****. .

being held board the Ohio, and it Was except at or near the beginning of the cession, mont requiring the said defendants to appear Judge of th Circuit Court for East Florida at the : _' !.H. .11:.d. .
the opioioi at Com. Jones would hang a and no pupil for leu than one term. &er the said bill,or In default thereofthe next said Cm. to be held at Jacksonyule r J': t" J .
number1\ of the conspirators. There was same, and the matters and things therein Duval Oi 4th Monday in May. nAT ye c1 tract*r Mtfc) of and 1" .1'St .
the TUITION.Reading. ., will be taken .confessed against them, next,for leave to sell the real estate of said minorin side of(he.Hirer Saint coVoxt O..tJlJJ sz Jr;ToSZ.nrers .
much disaffection in the AU of aec
nary. rendered accordingly.' said EDWARD R.IVES John,and Duval County, fey the .
Writing,and Arithmetic, 9 600 county. 11 kr nameof"Naranjildesaa a.. haw taken Us* Tjry
mcera.of the sloop of war St Mary'a had Higher English studies 8 00 Given under my hand, at Pilatka.1 the circuit April 12 1m.' Guardian. Jose"' by the .. OVrijR,1'. wm .

been tried by court martial save two. Philosophical and Classical studies 1000 aforesaid,this 20th day of April A.' lS.THO.JUGU5 name .r"WentinghambonndedbyaVna.be* U .etoibyvHo ert a,1oJ..tTsjj w

The U. S,propeller Massachusetts arrived On4ialf of Notice., ginning at a Hickory tree and ditch U &e b attend to.aUro n they receive with pcaatuality -
price tuition according to the
months after date will to the of the River St. John
we apply and tuning detpiUhTXtt
at San Francisco the,25th March. Owing studies pursued will be expected in advance and Juge SIX sLams ndhyheniiUb .Type. nut anlaetnr4
4e. 4e. : of Probate of Nassau county for a finalacquittance East, ,-. (71) to a pin tree m Hand Cast* a4 they wffl.fmrnish -
to the immeofe number people! arriving the Board balance will at be the end of in each Town term.at I, Robert Yonogblood, clerk of on the Estate of.Ja.Sapp,deo'd, ked cross, (X).where it meeU the King'i all kind.* ofjm (p>4Jra.
San Francisco the country is in a very !insecure -. rate month provided for from the reasonable Curt for the counties of Alaehna and Levy, do late of said county. Road. This separates i' from the LlLU baa Mr.J. T.. Over**, }U stin employed in.superintending

state. A:great want of an effective parents per and guardians pupil who desire country to ;avail and I, certify that the foregoing order i a correct FELIX GUIGER. Adm'r. Jose, Ashley's l'ec'lJg atone. th lbi mannacUrtot ztmsst.. '

military force, and the extension of the laws themselves of the faciliUea of may this Institution for copy an order made and now on f in my ANN SAPP, Adm'x. KI'1 Road ') l'rctuetqri.h... ,.W.U..89.ithst-
thy to a pine tree marked with a used for the m" o> ho pub sh,"...
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the United States over the territory. the education of their children and others be II oBo. Feb. 8m."Adintrtor'. may
of may
the of .
assured that exertion will be I tton1. 1 h.mt set m1 hand e bead a branch, .hich1rch ice for three :months. will v.I to.rteeive
no to
Yours, &c., J. P. the health comfort and spared in ensure of l this Lp13. A. D. Notice. or stream it fojiows until; it (ails i the pay fa type, ft*pv-rekaaiai; IT* Use. *thf aaeuit
The Monitor ot the 24th ult. states that progress knowledge !. 18. ROBERT YOUNGBLOOD. Clerk. S John;-thence southwardly of their V2 foe suvetUslni. .' : S
a all who may be.. entrusted.to the care of the that, after the *x11 wardly shore of the ..to.
file of the- "Alt:Californian," published at cipal. RUFUS. K. EW ALL PriD-I. -4m -piration of six months from thi date, 11h Hickory alOe t point o(|. d'rn ld OTy.. OOI'c Mer' ....

San Francisco, had just come to hand,reach- Prial.N. I apply to the Judge of lbs court bYI"ey. t.h and fifty '(eWi

ing up to the: 15th of March. These state B.-Pupils in Town will be expected to provide LAST NOTICE Duval county of,the to be Estate discharged of John from B. Christopher my admin, more t>r I. hund t Ancestorto/kej/ n? jlat.

that several meetings had taken place there, seats and desks. Chair are recommended. 0 APJMED OCCUPATION SETTLERS deceased. LEWIS CHRISTOPHER, For plcnn W.rmi.DOWNING.Ito. apply to .

at which resolutions were passed to organize May 24tf.Nassau T UNDER THE ARMED OCCUPATION Adm'r the Estate of John B.Christopher,dec'd. JakID\Ue.\ Agent E.,F. I" .

a Legislative Assembly composed of fifteen ACT-The undersigned. Agent of the Intor. TALO ISLAHP, February 8,1849..-.6m.AT Sept. 21. kOthE .$ DOLLAR MAGAZINftLargest' : .
Couuty Tax-collector' Sale.
with the task of framing will attend at the following places, on -' .
members charged a term of the Circuit Court of the Eastern 3rsU' "
!! !
specified below,to take and receive proofs by depositions of Florida, held at the Court House Cheap. .
the of order and
laws for preservation Ciuit PROSPECTUS .
virtue of tho him 'i
power vested in me bylaw I before in relation to settlement i
BY in J the
the protection t>f trade and commerce within expose for sale before the Court House and occupation of all persons who obtained permits ackn1e.fo day of County of D.al.on Wed-of op 768. .4CT9 ts. TH* YOLtKd!

the district pf San Francisco. It was also door in Nassau County on Tuesday,the 12th day under the act Congress entitled "An act Deay. one thousand Nonmbr. and"year THE AMBIUC.V3T BBVIBWi t S "" .
resolved that three Judges should be electedfor of June next,the following described property or to provide for the armed occupation and settlementof eight: Present-the Honorable George S. Haw. VOL. IU.ICOMMEXCES JAN. 1,1ft4. .
so much thereof a* will pay the State Tax due unsettled part of the Peninsula of A WHIG JOCSKIL DEVOTED TO POLITICS SAND S '. ,' .
the administration of justice. thereon for the years specified, with aU expenses approve th 4th August 18 and who Flod" kins ElizaEClopton Judge. > 11. *0 .pl4lid| | WA nE1rI'r1agi' ,

We sawa letter yesterday, dated the 24th attending the sale thereof i that at act amendatory ther ; I CDCI Bill for Di- LITK&ATVKE.James : S S

ult., at Veta Crui, from a foreign merchant, Eight thousand acres of land known as the of approved J uue 15h.1844,and who or K.' Clopton.S Yore. D. \VT Editor i with thAMlitanee t ww

which confirms the above intimation given lands of Lewis Flemming A. Lowe,& Co. The occupied under and did not voluntarily Marin to the satisfaction of the Court elple Tins nnrivalfet} FaaJrMagaski*,aar trsaQy
above land has been once before advertised and relinquish or abandon the same, but continued to Dpr.eat >tIM Prt4 the bet Ajaerieai
the Sido. It is represented that the that the defendant to this cause resides out of the of the II.. Daniel D. acknowledged a*
by people offered for sale on the first day January last, reside on said frontier south of the line dividing State of Florida and the ar. Periodical puU5rt 4,edr at the commenotnMnt
of California had organized a Government but would not sell for the Taxes due thereon for Townships number nine and ten,south and east of i this Court, Therefore, beyond motion jurisdiction of James of TN the original Prospectus of the American Review of the 3d vol. anonul inducement to snhsBrihwa

which disavowed the authority of Gen. the year 1848. Also three thousand acres of land, the base line specified in the act of 1842, therebyaiding Esq., Solicitor, on for said W. Jl ,issued at Washington by Mr. Colton, Its feature h raJtewin b* ,entirely American
Smith as governor, and had annulled his known as the lands of John Lowe, for the State to effect the objects of said act, vis: I Brant. OKDEKED, That said defendant complainant its former proprietor and Etr. a number of the including t.'

of from Taxes due thereon for the 1S15, '46, '47,'48, At lewDaille. Alachua county, on Monday, and said bill appear leading Whig Members Twenty-serenth 'fERJCA"vism. --
excluding foreigners answer
prohibition &ad'-9; which land was advertised for sale on the 7th ant three ofcompwDtohaidcmplain-_ Congress (IS& ,) Ibab tlelr names to the 41WItkM'm'(PORTIUrr ..
working the mines. Thinking it quite prob- first day of January last,to satisfy the State Tax At St. Augnltie. St.John's county, on Tues IT with month. That of following resolution. AMEIHCAN 7' us.dMERlCJfN
able that Gta. Smith had modified the order due thereon for the 1848 15th OKD1UtJD. a copy ths SKETCHES.
year but the sale was day Order 1 I
duly by Clerk of this c Earnestly plan of such a National
which he "promulgated at Panama, wo were postponed. The boundaries of the above lands At Pilatka, Putnam county, on Tuesday, 2 be published crtified in some newspaper printed in the, organ, appodng and manifest A series of *;Sanavton, from the Paintings al .

at first inclined to''suppose that such modifi- unknown to the Collector. May.At. Eastern Circuit of Florida once .week consecutively tance, the undersigned agree to contribute Impr our best artist?,.Including Coin CUgaoAX D"
cation a popular representation madeto SAMUEL WALKER, MelonYe. Orange county on Tuesday, fo three months. pages,from time to.time, such communications aa rand EdmoiHMaa4;ohr.U in vigorous pr****-
upon. Tax-Cotttctor of Nassau County. 29th 1, Clerk of said do may be necessary to set forth and defend the doctrines ration and the $cile. pencil of the toimiubj
him, hail been confounded with a disavowal NAssAU CoUNTY, May 7, -. At Ocala, Marion county, on Monday 18th hereb OAR HT. to be a crt Cu of held by the united Whig Party of the ;t DARLEYis

of Iii!authority; but it would appear May 24-tds. Juno. an Order made and entered or record said entitled Union. Signed by .Geo. P. Daniel D. now actively *ngsgd to enriching Holdea

that something ,more serious has occurred At lk Lindsay,Benton county, on Monday, cn.the dote first above mentioned. Barnard, J. McPhenn Bren MarhJ, .Inrs with his Porrrtias f1.the Pnblie Men of America.

though precisely'what we do not understand.The 25th h WIE WRXUOF, I hereunto E.Joy The Portrai I.f distinguished American Divines
convention which it Mrs. A. M. 1IAXEYmAKEs At Fort Fanning, Levy county,on Monday 9th [SEAL.] my hand and affix the seal of R. C. Winlhrop, Thos. butler King. HamiltonFish will be_. *edtoeverT 'e" a* hereto-
'was proposed to July. said Court. J. P. Kennedy J. Collamer. Wm." S. fore, with lifeUllket ee of th.ir IiTU and size
hold in March to organize a Governmentwas this method to announce to the pub- At Tap Hillsborough county, on Monday, OSCAR HART Clerk. cher, Rufus Cheats, Alexander H. Stephens. A try. Each No,.Ulb. *. ftUed with :. r
definitely postponed to the first Tuesday lie that she will keep open her Boardiug. 30th Dec. 14-8w. By an agreement with the p 'PALE9. I I' S
House during the summer for the reception of At Key West, Monroe county, on Monday, snt.l'ropet POEMS '
in had but Mr. Barnard continues his I
May, (May ):as we supposed, Boarders and for the .
accommodation of 13th August.At '
with the Review as an adviser and regular contri ESS A}
it is possibtethat the necessity of an earlier or travellers generally. Grateful for the very lib- Miami, Dado county on Monday 20th August. AACHVA SALE. REvfttrs ,
became and that the eral patronage hitherto extended to her she will .
organization apparent, butor.A of some distinguished sgt'ii&Vg4Z.lr1L.A l.
virtue of in law I
authority me by
convention proceeded to their work as first spare no efforts to give satisfaction to all. Her At Fort Pierce St. Lncio county- Monday BY for sale before the Tlt. port numbr of tne pr TO '
expose D
intended, toM that the Legislative Assembly I house of is commodious and situated in a pleasant 3d' September. door in the town of N eWDalille. Alachua county These will usually be Aericl tTr-fliICSOFrP4'MXTff
part town. AU persona interested,and who have not and'whenever that is be will embrlo.. ythtog Amusing Instrmo-
alr Statesmen, and "*
the June 1849 muchof
above < a' of its work. On this on Monday day ,sa
part Jacksonvaie, May 17, 1848. to have .
mae-heilproo.a requested the interest of the following named persons in accompanied with an authentic Memoir of the Live and Readably BOW to progress*to the world.As
point namt'iS lt further news, for we are noes rea come prepared to'prove their the Arredondo grant in said may be 'person represented. a Family Magksine> the Editor i*confidentthat
not suppose for a moment that cases Settlers on lands heretofore unsur- the county no rivalry !an. affect or opposition torn it*
to taxes due for the
Take .
Gen. Smith' authority has been suspended.It I Notice.nnHE veyed will now have a opportunity to identify necessary and the pay attendant said sale year IS The first objects of the Review are of course political value and worUtaad he offers it to the world a*,
expenses upon
is to set and defend the
undersigned would eall particular atten- their land. TQiston : it designed for in tone,character,litertry merit and illustratIve
So much ot the interest of Bloodgood& .
could nocfail! to be known to our correspondent I JL tion to the fact that they sell cheap for CASH HUGH ARCHER, principle,th nwl. and m the unit beauty. ; '
at Mazatlan,and he would not have alone. They respectfully request indebted to Agent of the Interior. A will pay thirty-seven dollars and seventy cents Whig It has been a
and much of the interest of Jesse
neglected to!mention it. them to make immediate payment as they will June 2 1S. Delano e nsa.so pay dollars, thirty-two and a of jut reproach to that Party,that, though it embraces THE lt DEL MAGAZINE!!
positively adhere to the cash a great the and learningof
The Monitor, two days earlier (the 22d,) no credit in future: COOPER system and&REAB.will give May hal cents and expenses-also, a much of the in- the Ft. had intelgnco or Monthly f !

says Gen. Smith has organized a good police May 17-tf. of the heirs William Taylor as will pay organ d0ot countr to the expression and defenceof its OFT HE .NlUiETCCNTU It CKMTVftT.t
dollars and three-fourth
seventeen ninety-eight
The conductors of the *
and measures.
tacitly' permits every one who cents and expensos-slso, so much of the Interest opinions American have done what in them lies to No fan In bJ land can afford! to b*wilkeat'
chooses to dig at the placers; that it wouldbe of the New York A8iaton.represD R1ew. by contributionsfrom Holden in its cHH; for when such a periadieal

impossibl 'for him at the present time to Notice. William Thorn as pay : 'dolrs, remove reproach securing ability and truth. can be obtained >n4 year for the trifle*fflYE

hinder them, This we presume is about the milE undersigned, having been appointed U. forty-eight and one-fourth cents is sour if no Whig tn I .
expns that DOLLAR
JL S. for the Timber pble. ,
Agent protection of upon so much of the interest of to defend
extent of The a. Nation orAuthorities
tF@ 'difficulty. same paper the! Government lands in the Atlantic District of pay four dollars and seventy cents and his '
to support opinions. 'ni4 U subscribe\
says that e1 ery successive arrival increasesthe East Florida hereby cautions all persons from expenses-also, so much of the interest of Is The literary department of the Review will who wOl not -

eiciteme about the gold region. trespassing on the same. E. D. TRACY. ret Foote as win pay six dollars ninety-three in spirit with the Tho conductors The great fcar*d Hottea is,that wbfl.be-
from 17-tf. By the President of the United and one-fourth cents and -also, much agree politicaL in sentiment and tiding
The folio .-ing is an extract a Jetteraddressed May expenses a believe that there is and originality lug peculiarly American
to)he etors of the Monitor by a States. of the dollars interest Jerome Johnson as will pay thirty enough in this country to sustain their enterpriseto it gathers and embodies all the beauties of tie
one cents and whJ1ediscardinz
expenses American periOdicals
-"" seventy-two the full. French EngliahaoJ
merchant at t San Francisco' ,dated 9th March: Notice. also, 1 much interlt of Moses E.Levy as The Foreifh Miscellany of each number will be their Iblurs... .4.eomblnatlo

"It appear% that throughout the immense N virtue of a decree of the Circuit Court for IN pursuance of law,I, JAMES K. PoLls President will pay one hundred and twenty-seven dolrs.twentYven as authentic as the best foreign papers can make of the Encyclopedia Gazetteer, the Q1I&
extent of the placers cannot find foot I the Eastern Circuit of Florida sitting in St. of the United States of Amenc. do and one-half coots and expenses ao it.and may be refer back to as an accurate Review;and the Weekly.Newspaper, it is yet
; you a John's County we will offer for sale at publio hereby declare and make known publio sales so much of the interest of Gilbert Lewis one-Laif Chronicle of the time. separate and dUUutt from all but posseanyc
of ground without gold, and there are spots auction at St. Augustine in the County aforesaid will be held at the undermentioned land offices in will pay one dollar, thirty-eight and enough of their various qnahficationi to eonuaenej
where from each cradle (batea) full of earth on the 2d Monday of June next the following the State of FLORIDA,at the periods hereinafter cents and expenses; also so much of the interest Turin*.-$5 00 a year. Pay.n* to be called itself to every rea4eiSeewbatthe fr

the adventurer washes out a pound of precious slaves,vjs: Rose and her son Philip August and designated, to wit: of John H. Lewis a wi pay three hundred for in ad.anc or early in e& eat Holden t
I Eliza with other of the Estate At the land office at commencing and forty dollars and cnt and expenses -
personal property NxwNnvIE.
ore. i .. also much of the FrederickMarqnand S "Tho fetor's table U very rick andamnslng
of Jesse A. Perpall, late of said County deceased. on Monday the day Jue net. for the ;
aCtiVIty The' best and cheapest to that ef th*
The in this is will sixteen dollars largest - part extraordinary, Terms cash,and title papers paid by purchaser. disposal of the public ldslitut within the un as jay ninety- ,
Y N"pit.
and the circulation of money prodigious.- B. A. PUTNAM. dermentioned tWhp of townships, three and three-fourth cents and expenses ; also, DICTIONARY,' Knickerbocker.-N.it .
pr much of the interest of Alexander
Every thing is high in price-more particularly S. I). ANDERSON vii 1 M.ui as Holden' 1leU4 idp41U5 for September I*an
will fifteen thirty-eight *
manuals}labor and the transit of goods. Guardians. South of tin Bate Line,and Eat of the principal fourth pay cents and expenses dolr. ; so much of three a in the English Language, is,conflady, excellent nniabo< jTh literary contents are varied

The freight pf a barge from here to the land- May 17Sw.Eastern Meri interest of Mordecia Myers a. pay eight dollars and Interest ?the sketches of 1vthg American

ing place of Santa Clara (three leagues from Township twenty.thr township twenty-four, five and one-fourth cent and expenses; also, 'VBSTER'S. Poets and DiY cannot fail ef giving th*.
eight nine ten, fifteen, and six- go much of the interest heirs of Peter iitchci ell es'Jirework, ,jll Crown Quarto workaverypopoweharacter.| TheEditoryta.ble
San Jose) is ,from $400 to $500. Here Clreoltof Florida-Alaehoa Circuit teen ectlonl townships twenty-six and will one hundred and twelve dollars, six 1432 pp. with Portrait of the author Revisedby is lively aad.tIii.1s1it. S and'tha book notieam

wretched hacks.of horses sell for 50; in San Court. twenty-seven; of range twenty.fn. and as one-fourth pay cents and expenses; also,so much Professor Goodrich,of Yale College. Price$8. copious and eandSl:| We understand the elrenl

Jose $100. Fpod for one man is $5 a day. Ill CHANCERY. Township twentl.th township twenty-four, oCheiDtr of Robert Mitohel as will pay twenty- "ne most coinrxrx, ACCWT and RELI"BL lion of this MagiMii II rapidly facr.astoj.' -.

From San; Francisco to San Jose land except ,thr.ten,eleven,twelve, ,thirty-four and'three-fourth cents, Dictionary of the LJgK.ls the r'ecet met Grady.of tM1V.T. flii0&
by dol 1,
Gregory Yale complainant) Bill for the specific of testimony given to& Presidentsof I!
also much of the interest
thirteen, twenty-four and so
.it is
twenty leagues;thence to the quicksilvermines vs. I performance of a &wenty.t. and thirty- exn win five dollars,ten and Colleges and other literary mu HoLDiVa DoiJAt MABAZOE.Th Septenvber
now working by Mr. Forbes, i it is John H. Lewis and wife and > written contract twenty-lte. tweDtY-x. thir.be.twenty-seven one-half and a pay; also,so much of the throughout the cout.dgihe number thfaVwMk ha been received and tasimnlv

four leagues; land to the placers sixty leagues Thomas B. Jewet and wife, I injunction &,. of range; twenty-four. interest cent expenses will nay eight dollars Containing f the amount of matter. J _' law that if U*valuable publication.womU
i defendants. j Pun other English Dictionary compiled in this not be doing Jnsflee;to fa merits. It i*the best
mor*. At the land-office at Auots-rncucommene- and fifty and ; so much of the any
The .J mIllS cause came on to be heard on the motion ing on Monday the S.day of June next, for Cnts. Peck as a. three dollars, country or any Abridgment of this work yet of Magazines, ai J:mast loon sesame Its ptaa*at
preced ng winter had been exceedingly .Il of Mewra. Pearson and Sanderson solicitors the disposal of the public lands situated within the Inter three-fourth and expenses; also "Its definitions a models of condensation andpurify. the head of the litTtey. PNII.-lJuIDawt.JIt

severe bot fin California and in Oregon. for the complainant for an injunction against the udereDtionG townships and parts of townships, for of the interest cnt. Perkins as willpay The most complete"work of the kind tat hI" N. York r; ;'

A report was Splat in circulation that a gold said John 11.Lewis and his wife Mary M. Lewis four dollars,seven and one-half cents and expenses any nation can boast of. -Am. William t. .IIIOLD21 A.-

placer had bety discovered the latter as prayed for in said bill of complaint and upon South Bate and East ; also, iomachoftheinterest of B.A.Put- C. DuL141MASJxIxz.-Tb.; l..
In territory 0/the mal II ear
therewith L.n. t that bids fair to No. oCthillter1ink' ao..1IpOII
but of reading the bill and exhibits filed and o ptrpl nam u wiU pay four dollars, twentl.the and i bm add iteWotents areforeiUytrackat
a who
party men went to explore after due consideration, it is hereby ordered adjudged three-fourth much DctC0 1 by te In glancing over
the banks of tweDty.four.ecpt. cntsz.and a1 1 the U.States.". th* superior art.S>meat everything apprtainfe
and Burnet rivers and decreed, that a writ of injunction Township twentl.th township of the .ogers t Price pay five a inhi Th articles
(Powder and Burnet rivers probablytribu.tariea under the penalty of six thousand dollars do issue atlon thirn. foun tweDtl.tr.twenty.fou. dollars, 'ten and thrfouh cents, .and expenses Signed by 104 mb Cj. ; to Liter&1\ .aDd Art. anythJD that are
of against the said Lewis and wife, prayed for in twentYthiy.tin so of John N. lhed by MERRI.U Springfield an of.high ordcr.sf surpassing.
Lew ..
s's Fork the site of .
,) the ai sale ia Onihas, 01' "UodeJ'a, LIdy'sJook.
aupposed said bill and that the said John H. Lewis and and thirty-six; township twenty-five s two dollars, thirty and one-half M. aDd by appears
placer, I 1 U| they returned without finding Mary AI.; Lewis and each of them and their I tions thirty-four and thrt1.1" township twenty- Bye and pay ; much of the interest LEWIS COLBY, ." The trpoby ul tilt N..WON:u II

anything ifce:what was reported. agents be enjoined and restrained from leasing six;township tweDty-vn.except sections eleven eent M.expenses Seaman a,al. 1 pay four dollars andseventy No. 122 Nassau street, New York at Publisher's moat excellent v1eiamgin whiteness of pap Pel
wi S with simi
In the midd e of January of this year the renting or conveying, or obligating themselves twelve thirtn, fouren. fifteen, twent1.th cents and expenses also,1 much of the Pc. 1848. 6ms clearness work and distiifc hi ju he United fit type,ts&es.-Repii1-any
and twenty-four, range twent1.lve. of John K. Townsend as two lar published
of lands
to lease rent or part said interest pay
placers were yered with snow: notwithstanding convey any eighteen wi .
mentioned in said bill, according to the schedule Township t.w'Dty-hr. dollars aDd thirty cents dex nse.. twos Jdaaon Tht.1
this ttany"persons continued dig and nineteen; township twenty-four, except sections JOEL SMITH
thereof exhibited with said bill or any part of Holden's ; it the Uio.at hilliest.
J ng. It wai ,.. however, understood that if said land assigned to them or eitfier of them under two and thirty-one; township twenty-five; Tax. 'Assessor and Collector tog that we know.

immediately th ,rivers began to rise, which the said decree and award mentioned in said bill, tDwnship twenty-six, except of section thirty-one; for the county of Ahu The price DoDai.ne i*but onO dollar% .

event was aho fay expected to take place, all or purchased by them at said sale of the said Ar. and Townships township tweDt.1'Cn.twenty-four range twenty-six., twenty- December 7-tds.AT .- year, and w subscribe*
redondo grant as aforesaid. And it is further or- .
the for it.- _
works w 'Id be abandoned. dered and adjudged that the said injunction do five andtwenty-eix, of range twenty-seven. a term of the Circuit Court of the Eastern

Several me< tlog had been held in San stand until the further order of this Court, and it S Ill Township tweDt10vu.of range twenty-nine. of Florida;held at Jacksonville,for W believe the?ft no other periodical pah-

Francisco for.i$He purpose of opposing the appearing to the satisfaction ofthe Court that the Township twenty-seven, of range thirty. of the county of Dva Wednesday,the 22d day lished In *sVeoAtain w much choIce

:intrpdnetion ofveryinto the with said Lewis and wife reside without the jurisdiction Townships twenty-six and twenty-seven, ofNo1mbr. year of our Lord one thou- reading mattes on. sflbh excellent engravings

view country, of this Court to wit:in Huntsville Alabama. range thirtyone.Townships of Id hud and fol-lgh PDt Proclamation Itjr William D. Moteley, so little money.-tatHei&stOSS, Ttxat. :
a to
the labor of
put, greater profit It i farther ordered and that twentand twenty-seven S. Governor Florida. h
the Indians." adjudged, a copy of range .Georg Hawki. Jud. S of Over three thoo Ia j flT" hundred *faaflai ai. .
this order, under the seal of be published thirtytwo.Township F. '
_ t.L Cu of thirty-three. Caroline Chgncer-Bin for Di- hats have been reoeSred but these must nfle
in for
a newspaper printed to ten, Incfuslve,fifteen to twenty- YI. T0rcc i has been made known t o me ne object of tiiT tAtter baa bass 0 give a
The Genera A;wembly] of the Presbyterian the space of four weeks, and that a certified copy Stiona, and twenty-eeven to thirty-four, Philip B. Smith. .S WHERE sherif of Alachna county in this Tkret Dollar Mant fofor cs.-tki'ipws, and_
of this order and also of the writ of injunction tote IIIclnn. thir the satisfaction of the Court H. alias James result. 'Nawl
of range IT appearing to State, that Wii WatD glance at Holdan74 now the
Clergy.met at :(tsbargon the 17thiothing hereon be forwarded by the Clerk of th Incnve twent101n. that the defendant in this cause resides out of teState Black, who .iprilne charge of the he only asks the tawoH of the community a4to

important Iran ipjned.it Cou. by ren of mail postage t.I.e. appropriated by- law for the Ojf of of Florda and ,beyond the jurisdiction murder of ,late of said county, return ,win give'ia rrov, mentsa*thy. an,4.manded. ..-
I H said Lewis at their residence -- military or other purposes, will beJS elu this on motion .of 'James W. hat escaped from custody,and Is'a fupt.e from -> q55..- S /S.- -
t4 = in Huntsville,Alabama. achool. the sales cu, .,solicitor for said z. S 0 Now is the tl t*ti sabjribe a*thoM lead-
Thki' Riduuta4 Given under my hand at Chmbn. a New- The offering of the above-mentioned lands will It it That said' ompt andanswer know ye, that I, WILLUX D. Moszur, tog first win receive fh* first impressions of the
Mig. nansville,on the 9th of May. be commenced on the days appoit.and proceedin Odf"of complaint of.said compt Governor of Forid.by virtue of the authority engravings. The No.'
I1DIed l THOS. DOUGLS. Judge, fce. the order in which they ad"rtil. with all within th month vested in me do hereby offer ward ofT July, 1843. if wiihed",vabseribm-that sooth

In Charleston 8o, th Carolina on the 10th day 1, Robert Youngblo.Clerk of the Circuit convenient despatch until have It it That a copy of this Order Hundred D the apprehension of commencing the.preria t-volnme. i. t. -
ef Court for the Alachua and been offered, and die sales thus But bo duly certified by the clerk court,be ,. and to the custody of the f
April. ROBERT! AMES WOODSON of tify that the foregoing Couuti.Order is a true copy LeY.eer sale shall be keat, open longer cos. .weeks, published in some newspaper in the Eastern Circuit sheriff of either Duval or Alaehns cnty. in this TERMS FOR tt\:|. .-:'(tN. ADV :. )--,. -
Cnarlottosv21e.V ; |i4 23 Thus a of of the lands win of a week consecutively for three State. '6 ij
yean. Lai Order made and now on file in my ofo.II and no private entry any b Flord ODc -- J .lyaVYear, *"*12
'I copy
Deatt deprived tbs HART Clerk of said court, do inches
,. eight high, < 1.Wpusmuf
adorn ociety with thilr virtues affixed the seal of said Court at Nevrnansville, weeks. fet. 20 ..
and ennoble ournatnrabyttelrwBrtMfTo this 9th day of May, A. D. 1849. *Given under my hand,at the city of Washington hereby certify the above to be a correct copy from slender;but well buUt very ert.llowcomplx. COpiesr.:

i record, in the .community ROBT. YOUNGBLOOD Clerk this twenty-seventh day of Febr.Anne the Records of said court of the Order made and ion, black hi blush,' rry e'8. Z ,:.
la which 1 t$ !Jong lived the noble thousand forty entered record in said en titled cause. at the date, mn .
many 17 4w. h1d
I May '
Di OD eigt first above mentioned.: shot wound shoulder.S Pustmastens or c&eV lending I names sa4
Bautie* fthe were.iD4eed a useless nie. President t JAMES K. POLK. In witness :.wbereofI 'hereut set Given under ibl and the great seal of the 15 dollar will receive)eL II.cfHold&s Kaa.

:task;and jet It licoBarly SIng to those who so pe- INFORMATION wanted of EDWARD TIM- RICHARD M. YOUNG, [SEr my hand. and affix St at the .11 Tallahassee,.this the &line'r.andiom'lJ.I .austin' and cti- .

feel his H now.tfcat thai memory of for New who left and Vb1.about"be 151e .Commitrioner of the) General .n Office. Curt; OSCAR HART, S..6h of Cptl 1849.WILT4A'M .' ,. : -'':.-
ago D.MOSELEY S 1'
Dec. ,
their departed d_ renl. Cerk. c1dreeI.(
oe It eheriibed by>hen than present in particulars on thesubject ", .Governor of rir4ttt w now ;
tJaoee whom 1_ to Hedied inquiry of his letter to Administrator' Notice. I S apoD mourn. IlaDd t 1U .. ,- .
b .can be obtained by answering Notice t'Pre.pUon: Ct '_. :State- fltf J : 1i
a(trance niVwiiUier be WCOD' in thepanait th ad1'Crmet ,A. i .
of health w3 oU :Any information respecting hi w b thk. Every person entitled the right persons having claims against the estate 1 Mw& i 'F. S. Edit r*ooiiE. band .ProIpI11. .
& oflmp ,
> .
decay alone could check ALL i *dtto.rially
fully received by CHAK.MC.DELNY. tion to of the lands John Middleton,'of .Duval this notice. and e\ i jU*MagaxbM
him Inhls'carer( fte; stlnes.. Yt it I* some Counsellor at Law,6 I., parts of any townships with is required county,Florida; deed. Jaklnyie to .will be entitled IOIkIS: IMOIIcI YOLetlWe

consolation to ttyMirtto; *urviv* to know that not May 17- -lw.Administrators'. to establish the a..b.eue. present them time'specified. b1lw; ,PRINTING YPES' den'. apliDt. Oldel1.4.to aulla aa4zllt.edgeJ
b.aD4a .the land office-and they will be excluded. -- : -- ;ARE SOLD ,Lad.'IJI's4disico"splendid ft34saglbEnrrsvIng
aafriendly ekMd, U* aye. performed -: gister proper oier' ,
r.er eflhsesosCrielsy
tlatl .
cth last ad'offic tX.*.La '.Notice.AJZpersonsii make as soon at practicable aft 5- 'THOS..W.ONEI> : ,,Adm'r.December .SIN Dle'. New :Yeorlc Type Fomndry .s papOl
dead. On S drswi tress Jilt
hi*twenty. this notice and before the day 21 tf v : I' Editor of &be'N. Y4rk'TrlMDe,
I third birth day hi)".'fati' pirlt retnraed"'to1 the ebtediotbe Estate of Thomas seeing the commencement, of the public apJint AT months'notes the following very low' price. ,for approved Ity Darter/and.engfcat fcj RUhard**.t TWb
.L :, ; ,
_. .
:;- of J i-t s.Ijob1a God* -..'Dj01 .B Fitipatrick are hereby,.w Colbi County, lands embracing the tract claimed;otherwise such, EirriKH'Cml.THE CI1(1 COURT:. .ST., Joints- S Roman Title, &c.' .Shaded,Ice January will be,when moiled Utwftl 0twApapers b*aady,about an tha u.reosp-_

rliat paaa and t i iKjtflDJtywhkh is the reward mele cIamwmbeforfeited- 01 Pica perlb.80cts. 63 ", oss. eta Q4 adwedIsiment sad
of eontdl4
payment to the subscribers;and S ties paper
b1g RICHARD SmaflPSca 66'
%irt CUKT. '
sbi*; 'Lo L 4mayblafliemri demand said Estate notice marked Editopl.g tWalll4.
sent at. .requested ;-Caaanittloner oftkt GI Land Ojtct.. Wniiam ; 'Ju. ., Long Primer 84 60 100Bourgeois' willmonth a1 iftl'&ie ggasia.:.,
,,to.cheer th*efibr tlaf ilAwhomovrahls iaafanatetlie'virtueef those the the prescribed by law; t Ae 57 'CS :108Brevier monthly S
(two H. : > : for th il
,W. T. Aprl9w. Adr. I *eom !
4ISI7i ROBRTS.'l 1Ie.hanceryy' TU' 42 74i: I'
S .. -
<. "" ''' ,,, SAML..BAER., l@' ', .com dt ...' &;* J .., i'i ir Minion 4884 '132Nonpariel S 't4
: C. : .. Ap. i f.: } M 100 ISO .' S 4'IUNr8TR O&'SN.lS.
AUG"- -S,1 .
: : fortaott
ook < ;: ;= :: H&; s .n' B.to im- Agate' 72' 'MB '180 'moatU ansi IaI.b fl a1IIb 5..eeralii.
GAI Jo .
: M1to. ; \
: 5- f ; bit *|&Ateoav**Ns*
.4; ( t.1 t 1 -I. '. .- -. '.'s" ., CartY.SioD :, -. :. ( POarl. 108 .180: 290 taa Jf4cfiPi
ft' r ). f I.__ _, __', .' i iod 4i'-.a S : r. '. .;. ; '. ..J..a. -.._ I, ,._.. c- .. Diamond -,160: 290 800. tan for a IaUdIIChstO7 adsinlatisilag
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Gretoryyrnie: .. > -'. U Estate of JpSinrDNooJdeceaaad. ,f ,.. >
-.r H : ; : ., ;. a-L s 'i -- i i S the tn having bunmsdto&pii fr Larger used Job- Type are!'a*'proportioaably en *' v
cor6nsion.Yosh. THE Public are informed that L5 that a has been duly low rates.: .Our.&.".are invariably charged -11- JAMESOREOA&griailftteV.. .
-ww.-'k. ; I 'LLIOEXCE.--. .- -. !: .. .'otjeidsfrGer ..; I'!G.HoU will b opD 0 the .n& all Bi dee"tml reside by the pound and Dot b,. the font,and"the : ,'scem. .ber14"_ l l 'I.' S S' r4iI' :
-' .: :. .; -a, 89mU .Carelina,4eH'attWtt fo ofBoarden o.&limit of,t other price are to no instance higher than the above*-. t--S__ '1'1' _" SS._ S 57 .

_::7OT-OT4: : .:.; ... $aYS1.. e Cironlt the'East l and rTe. they may State of,the Union, bon Sf.tbehuiindletionof n_pdeeIncOseqaenoeotIaorsnsedmiIltiesfor ... -t 8. -' S'- --_ f 4' iit.'i 1 ,
;TVrempircuitj: the.U Ca n rest aiirs4 there will bti D i making this Court and its of manufacturing,are much reduced:from former -- #,-

'i Court at&. ; tha lt St D. than comfortable A t.1 in the pwr and of the inlM4stoardsri ant'Solicitor,:IT I DaUD. Thai tel Coap.d-> rote*.' A.Uber4 diseooat foreatb to aand at th* 4rTTuxm&k'LAwt... .
: i'j 'Aal. Propiintorto do each gtfe>|rf jtV 111VfalfllnW > L ,
TallahasM* Claim for ittsen and | K iJ"Z 1G .: ,
; *touy Oftem iw a.4
part of pt.,th*'. tad s flntrate Osrua, always-la fet '* < four Presses, Chatas, -rn.Wu.to- ..v. __ ,...h I } .
, CLAftED ; Gnl..t" SBPrIval6 th., to furnished sA.toajlowejnwwuVturers* '...: .. .'. L't'" '
l aIH''r' ; Month Iron'. b price*,. 4 'S :1"J: "u.
: : ;;'Ma 4d. tone, vaIhInt L _.o! !; ; tL do sov B. =against. either for cash pr 4iredU- Vsa ."... t-.efr'tI.cl T.Mctto ir BAw HfV :? 4i1,;"fi4'I'C.
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zei'sr "j r; :, ', 'Q .1 sym. t Oar Specimen Boo_ fot/lWB. Uaowmdj for X> 4 i 1' {
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T---1' '1, ',1iwe'thrn d! jhlC.,Jonell1ded tond : ema5ubaasfollows\ ':;=Trrmt.:Two Dollars a year: ;iti copies for i> ( !-faJreIsediOstP5W'W.n idt1MiMs ; EXPANSES. W''"JtU mtG

ii .tj niA t 4r fire dollar;inyorlably in advance.1.'a,' ABletterBinu, Dt n% al1a3-

41az3rJLmtI RT r 7tS8A ..M.; great work' to oM.!ri.o j Let verjr JBapUst tn ''4 8'COPIES'Xper"anDam.. .u J. tt S The HOME Jotnuut is sent by mall to *U parts. Jof nric ; JSJ.N..y ft CEr; ']'.'u.&i-. JoerdU*Abs'-bestfront" .. ..fsaIi. L *.;
the iaifd- secure a will Instruct and cmfort 1 fJ.J } United'States British Protinocs and to fag Office 129 Liberty-rtreeVNeir Tort : (1 I rtiwi144 "0700
EInI.bii t tO. f 'i3 41" 1 : "ioocn the the ,_.. ,-, -
o t .: ., j ad ii la bi'ige, and b :1.: Ji!;:. '1I '; .-\ l, Europe,*done up In strong wrappers,1 with the utmost t'S. -,-!> -f- r '- f _" ._. TuiliosVfot'OiiekaadTbeM It..o -

;= ,. .9. ,a D, 1 f.t? w :ro' a rc) legacyto his .. And:2D onet' 'Aie or. ttorvp of di.ch1b't: punctuality knddespateh-:'.:-_,*?.' *"* -'' .,' : Compu.nd 4..S rw1' of. Ij IjoJ t JJi a ft !

I TUB SOUTHEHN'' piST. -Tl ewholfl: tUg Three Co]piesof thet3..turdayETeniDr ;Ppst, '8ubecrfpt10nsrdets,remittances,' and all communications D.WILD iR: established : '... l.U.i .r..ull ,
4Tt3tL-TbI:!. Doll. "i, .ltja) II1 J4;'f ut> of this work it in a l' htl.ribb. *"on8.'felther Graham's,Magazine or Go* _* unit be addressed (post paid) to' the 18Uj i otht .
of &Hd act of Congress .:' 4 : JT :,-V -' I .
tile EXPENSES I .mcIrtg
firm AT
; -pcuioMnthgthsP&pr i .; that;publishes'it''t t. paton Lftdy Book for six dolIarl.t Editor, GEO..P. MORRIS; i The and Iua. .
f effectual eIirt'itv-bon -
most speedy "
this work Mr Benedict i -WlLLIS.S j ; JH..
; N.P. :
POSAlJII : ; 1
'Advertlseaientswfflbc felled at the Mowing '. Tuabletont I Five Copies of the Saturday,Evening: ( : S. ,
bnt on to Baptist"literature. LMy' : S ,'IQTFnltto. treet.Completc.pijest or&lllolth.abOT..dInlNj141. baft'
Board d
bok Two of either Graham's Magsxine.orGody's_ 'Per : 1 06
$ i ritn.Don| q i & W twelve: lines) for should find place in 5 every..inteliigent' fm *Book (or ten dollars. -; .J' DOCTOR SWAYNE'S, -- ., .1'1... ,s'.13.C. 1- ___ JtaUj- ._.

lt a the fint ftnd Seventy-Fi r C&p for every jiuUe- denomination., Three Copies of, the'SaturdayEvenmg Post, r COMPOUJTD.tiJLvf or' WELD CHUIT. TiI1tlo.-L4t n .' .

t quent insertion., To jei r 4r Advertiser! ft.liberaldJKOmnVirin : TnE CSlSTI1. navlw.- "I i 'othersingle and Two'ofthe Ladies Garland for five dojlors.. ;_ Thin Iboeaefeeis1lthteo11; inrrfected t 4 .SleWn& 'r d1ng,1 =

*b midei' AD ifcumcnt Advertisement even approaches,i completeness Six Copies i .of the Saturday Evening_Post,:and or- ALL THfi AMEWCAM- RIPOiTS TO JAUUART, ( consumptiori of the tozgt- Veathf:How r. :ft. : wgh' \ 6f iWi..I: iii

f and of design. Benedict slior wb of the Fountain, (containing 252 cages of o 1g. 84T; ) .j_ 10,, '.; trifling the cause-how direful time. t schools are to Mfwa > weouoo* ia Intel*'
t 1 *(except by person* ahrunning'; account cmPhensnDea. nol letter press, and 8 of Sartsln's Magatlno en. ,; -" .&' Brown c. ', spec3.fulljaak- "the attcn- Be warned;In'time; ;If the tyranny.'of consequence ftshlon II if eat and moral emMfcrtleev asrmbVer fofaperthamtoaiN

I : witk the otecc) must be"pfcid' "fif previous te pubUeiiion' THE CHRISTIAN REFLECTOKAKDWATCHJIAWWhat :- gratings,. ,,)-for four.donor'. "*. L'lta.of the Profession to the United States has silenced the voice of'prudence If yoa will not <;C> tiej'iss.: .":tim i.. S

1// : 'j day and nights must have been given to A'Premium Offer.' Digest and Supplement now just completed to take precautionary masures to prevent disease,- Portsmouth and 1hnfr..taa. Ran a-w.-

Tenons at a distance can ;oyeni their remit tedious reading to hard study, to the collection of The offer made in the lost .1847.;';This great work has been in the course of listen.at least, to tho''dictate* of reason,' and be Slidgeway is la w.wn,1i.at R ,
details and ex premium prospectus po 011 the Raleigh H ,4 the of dry than twelve it is too late.1"
'exmfatJon and for cured ere Attend to
document preparation( more ft slight cold at
or the old firm will be adhered to and .
tancesforadvertishigV; the oBowlng rates r.IIhaII 'the
; : few cnn fully under girl aeet&arj'tsYtUBtfimi to thse.:
telive years *nd.the.,Catalogue of Volume of Reports once. Buy bottle Doctor Gicaynt't Compound
.', One square (twelve si) plvblished six mouth stand.. .I is probable' that the next generation The offer Post fa as Office followamThe of town,in the Union from digested, given ,below will give some idea of the Syrup of Wild Cherry, use it, and thereby nip a saboos5and'zpeet.tneseny; Wit'on.. "

J ; f01'i, .. ''.., t-b ,. 81800 will feel moe deeply the debt of gratitude which which we shall receive any the greatest number of snb- labor required in.its preparation.. Volume 1 was consumption in the bud .ftnd'avoid long year of officer of the'Coltr&h' amnal txam-*.
than the ions, grade ftO the st4d. sod admit
they owe to Mr. Benedict does present. Hon. J. too" qnaOftppfieftntstottedit
1 edited bl the H n. Theron Metcalf and suffering, terminating often only m the -
Two for six months 15 00 scribers to the Saturday Evening Post,during the grave.
quires, ? fled elasse iJI
'' THE TENNESSEE BAWIST.-The contents of the between the 1st November, 1847, and the lat J. Perkins and was published in 1841; Volumes Be not deceived by the too many spurious,worth- ren Cofge1withoutferIsc ,
P', Notices to debtor ftndcredAoJB! 10( 00 History as a whole are to us a trar and a year November, 1843, (the papers to be mailed to such 2 and 3 were,edited by George Ticknor: Curtis, less preparation* of Wild Cherry;tI.IIJettcllnto no- Hf .

; t lAppiication for,letter fftdi lfvUtmtion, 5 Oft such we recommend i t ot.her. ourselves Pod Office, or to subscribers through it,) shall be Esq., and were published'in 184G. These three tice by ignorant pretenders; bat;tee that the II,. PenoBS sending to ti&rV&mtory itmens
:,i', For announcement of e : .li4Vri for effice, 5 00 we would not without the informationfurnished entitled to a,continuance of the whole number ofthe volumes bring the Digest down to 1836. The Snpiltment nature of Dr .jj in reference to Baptists of the old world subscriptions gratuitously, for one after in two volumes, edited by George 1'. is the only guarantee against imposition. .. I Of College; unlesssf jgjedal a .If '.
jXo &m1ouncemenwill l>e nvads uivVss the same from the fourteenth to the seventeenth centuriesalone the expiration of tho year for which year their subcriptions Plltnam. Esq. completes the Digest of every,volume ,Another h' restored to Healths "-. is made with the subse1'W.A./8MlTH, ;
I' be with the oJia\charged.Editorial.'notices for the of the whole work.. Common Law and Admiralty '
acconponkd ; price shall have been paid., of American Read.the most remarkable cute of consumption TQTHE-PEOPLE fllE ,
:;.1 j .: for !privirtA beucfit will beeharged THE CHRISTUM INDEX': The volume before us The papers will be continued on, either to the Reports in the United States Courts, and oH the ever placed upon record. ; S ;ANpSQUTHWE OL lteAN STATES.C SOUTHERN

t I double the rate of ftd OJr bhig."Religious is in itself library on ecclesiastical histr Its subscribers themselves or to the agents through Slate Reports, from the'earliest'period to 1847. Da.. SWAYME DEAR..SIR I feel it a debt of a _

notices will real value we know not how to aght.-. whom -we may receive the orders for quantities An Annual- Supplement, edited by.Mr. Putnam, gratitude due to yon ftnd a doty to the,afflicted THE"'WESTERS IsONTINENTr
,Obituary,and Msrjiage and embracing the Chancery Reports from that generally, to offer humble
Certain we are, ten eagles would not and to whom the packageor packages may be di- my testimony favor
be published gratis. j <11f; from us our copy without some assurance that we rooted, or to both, if there should be both in the period, will hereafter bo published. We have in f your Compound Syrup of Wild Cherry. Some J Popular Southern F&in&tNtwqxjper, Neu-q

1, I Communications must be poft paid. would b able to replace it. same town, as the case may be. press also a complete'American Chancery.Digest three years since I was violently attacked.with "Mfrw wi Poi: cttmn_ lUKgionjti4r ;

,i _-- i i f 1 f .-; rI LtWI. COLBY 12 Nassau Street, Pt B- Always in Advance. to 1847, in one volumo. cold and inflammation of the lungs, whichwaswcoiispanied'with ,:10. r. "
Of tho importance of this work if wen done, ft 'distressing .'
pain TERM
OCEAN STJ3AMEIIS. LflEI. Tho for Clubs be : .
TIlE must always sent in ad- :
.. ,ji 1843.. money nothing need be said for it i*. obvious to every in the breast and head a very considerable dis- .. .
12 t vance. Subscriptions may be sent at our risk- The letter from Professor Green- P .: >anee4 _
lawyer. following of offensive'mucus from the
t .CV1C. .D LIKE-Sails from Birerpool weekly. (when the sum is large, a draft should be procured leaf shows his both of the of the charge longs, especially rI'IIE Cot : =(W is ft paper of &t -
Miberaia Capt. Shannon, Fc* ?>ew lurk, :*t. TiE L.oDIS'MAGAZINE.GARLAND AND DOLLAR' jf.[ possible-the cost of which may be deducted Digest and the opinion manner in which it has been upon change alarm weather, however slight. At .1. largest die;U rr1xted ri good paper, :'sad
pre- I felt about condition not
first no my was
May 13. 1I from the amount.) Address. with fair type, tnd fa 'art Ott ehancteriitte* cf fssTxwf
Niagara Capt. Ryrie, F r. 9n, :itt.May 20. DEACON & PEARSON pared t o. 1848. pretty soon convinced that I was rapidly going popular family journal wiS e.fpilre r.t'MbIy wiOT :
March 4 ,
.. l' TIE under ed having pnrchiued from Mr. S3 Chesnut Street Philadelphia., CAMBRIDGE, Into consumption.' I grew dAily weaker, and at the best weeklies of the eocrtey. ItAaabeenthtt
BROWN I have received
Froni Bremen "THE LADIES' GAR Messrs. & : your length was scarcely able to walk about, or speak
SxJf. NAT. Co's Ul.if aim of the editor
:I OCEA LAND Editors copying the above or a fair abstract ofit letter of the merits of the high moral tone,
and Southampton-. designs issuing it at commencement requesting my opinion above'a whisper, such was the exceeding weakness and maintain. .
of the volume in ,1848 t, or who will give notice of the new firm and enlarged United States Digest. You will recollect that several aa e& of-Iilmry
Hermann Capt. Crabtree jFof New York, Sat. new January, in an improved of my lungs. During this time I bad tried excellence,-givfnf to : tI such ft
and paper (we ask not that they shall be praised) I advised the preparation varied -
style to it Such ago strongly
adding new and attractive years various preparations and prescription, but foundno
6. % .. character to interest all
May i tt4dEttrnct minds
4Washington I in their editorial columns, shall bo entitled to General all the Judicial Decisions and
features shall to entitle anxchange. of one Digest '
Johnston, For New as serve it to a of relief-growing aU the time worse. Just here an taster
Capt. please. Beddn h4 vwrrent ,
the Such as are already entitled to an'exchange the United States down to the time of its publication new* tit
'"&lay 0. .4' ," high position among literary periodicals of the of I was advised and persuaded by a dear friend in eign and domesUe the of the Costttea
Sol day. considerable for'the current year, shall receive the and a subsequent annual publication of all snake e. .
Hermann Capt. Crabtree, New York, Tues- Possessing experience, and Wilmington to trial of your Syrup of Wild are suppliedwlthS
it ,!u';
combining with that experience extensive facilities thanks of the new firm. the decisions in the preceding year,after the manner Cherry. I must confess that previously I,'had v.

dayJune2O.In this line the steamers Iparo; Brerneu alwavf for presenting to the public one of the best and of Harrison's English Digest, ,I had long felt been prejudiced against patent medicines, ondl .. miss, Email Shi Ani mid toeau, .
i[the 15th and Southampton the 2)th of the cheapest magazines in the country,he is determined The best of _the WeeUies. the want of such a work and had no doubt of its am still against those coming out of the hands of from many of the ablest wiiMs of the country;

on month. When the 20th rind en Sunday, the day to la his exertions to the utmost, in order to acceptableness to the Profession, as it would furnish mpirics, out understanding your claims to the and the choicest selections aid original tranau'tion

sailing from New York jri4,be the 21st.] render tho "GARLAND" more worthy than ever of Neal's Saturday Gazette, a complete synopsis of the Common Law in profession and practice of medicine and having *from tho literature ':li fland,France aaj

S I the liberal patronage it has already received, and NEW, VOLUME. all the States, with annual information of its progress Implicit faith in the saying of my friends, I forth Gennairy. \f$ -S

INDEPENDENT L INUta' 't1\i 'Liverpool.United 1 gain for it a wider and more enlarged sphere of and improvement and would entirely r. with purchased of Dr Shaw, one of your agent, .JJu Letter from Gtargi*tfJUdHadtntettt.

State Capt. Haekstnf, For New York, usefulness.It CONTAINING MORE OF LITERATURE AND NEWS cede the use of State Digests, besides relieving volumes the. a few bottles and commenced its use.' My disease pronounced by aH who kit tied then the ablest
will not be expected that, in the limits of Profession from the expense of many separate at this time of months '
a twenty or .
was twenty-five
of the Soot ( 1M
Wed. May 17. J: ;,1.1"| I brief THAN ANY OF ITS COTEMPORARIES, AND of and the trouble and delay in > ruse slanders
he Reports ,
Thodpsoa For New York Prospectus, should go into an enlarge standing; and consequently. deeply Mated. I falsehoods of northern ftaaUxtm that ever emanated
Sarah Sands Capt.
i' 'detail of the improvements he intends to procuring them. found, however, considerable relief from the use from the Press, will followed by Other
June 6.
.fa. Tho I v ework the publication of this excellent periodical; suffice COMPANION AND FIRE-SIDE FRIEND Your five volumes already published have fully of the first four or five bottle But being public articles on the subject of O Federal relaiioM
Sarah ,
Sands Capt. I believe
it to say, that whibt the accomplished that design, in a manner to
speaker frequently with
attempted preach involved in
l'1-'pr the
emir V jo'wagfn th
7. apia *
Mon. Aug. i It is
t Sarah Sands, Capt. Thorn ? New York, Best Literary and Arttttic Talent Neal'l its Gazette publishers now have enters abundant upon its third reason year to; entirely Digest I satisfactory.have had occasion a to* trustworthy make use of as, and any my those increasing vessels thsthad strength already and thereby raptured heal institutions of the Southern ctec,from the'peso
to in
Oct. 10. H in the will be begun : of distinguished Sontaenwrai
Tu. country engaged to add attraction will; naturally find a place in the library of every r
its brilliant
congratulate success, this doubtless '
For Havre-.,; to the "THE LADIES' upon way, m) cure was greatly retarded.
of GARLAND its remains but table New fForfc fanbeyQ-
paces triumphing over all competition,and obtaining for careful lawyer. Nothing now a in of acting thus imprudently I had Dieleenf ,
United States, Capt. I1aeft ?or New York, readers will be compelled to admit that their patronage their enterprise the reputation of being nl among of cases, which is much wanted, and the issue of to use consequence twelve or fifteen bottles before I was, perfectly justly classed among the aMJ popular prod1IetJoaor

L Mon. July 10. j : wasnererbctowed on a more meritorious the family journals. the supplement at the. close of every year; in which restored. I have no question a much smaller that able writer,-II give* &jntlre parts, Imme. I.
i'I" Sf publcato In short, it ia the propretor's inten It has often been remarked that the Gazette has good work we shall wish yon all' possible success. number of bottles would have made me sound but diately on its arrival in this Awntry. A eerie of :

f .5 CCXARD LINE-For Liqelpopl wocklr.Cambria ton it one will of be the best ppur,, more of original thought and useful information Your obedient servant, < for the above indiscretion. The Syrup allayed tales illustrative of Americas history, i* Ia'pro* '

Capt.. Harrasoij1'fcroto N cw York, it undoubtedly the in it than is to be found in any similar publication GREENLEAF. the feverish habit, did away the distressing cough, paration, and ft series ofLettersfromdtuJosa.it't -

Wed. May 21. : Chtpt Magazine in the United Statet. ; while the rapid increase of its circulation, CG- The Table of Cases above referred to will put a stop to the discharge of matter from the

: Caledonia, Capt. Leitch.l FrL2 Boston' \% ed. large outlay of capital which the prosecution now extending into every section of the Union be ready in the course of the summer. lungs, and gave them and the entire system good win shortly eommencedli .jBat we need M&tftr -
and in the of time, affords
unparalleled same
May 81.Ilibcrnia. : ,;0lkWed. of his plans must necessarily iuvolve,can only substantial evidence of the general space approval with List of Reports contained in the United Stall.DiK icalth. I have deferred offering this certificatetill ticnhuize. Our close proximity to the great telit*
Cart. Shannon iF.rom N.OW for the of
now. being satis-
be justified by a corresponding increase of patrb- t and Supplement 5 volt.'rcyal Svo. purpose perfectly meal commercial and litersv emporium of tie
S which it is received by the reading public.
June '
7. with the of
i' : the cure, and nowthat
ae on the of the permanency i
pat literary public. this country enables us to diseenftuate the latest int i r 8
Niagara, Capt. Ryrie, Fron3ton, Wcd. June w/! secured he cannot doubt, nor_Tat question Vie Useful and Agreeable. Vols. I feel perfectly well I offer it with pleasure ligenceonaflsubjeeteaepiomptlysaanyofernorthern
H. 5; S.1 United States Reports, including all the Circuit REV. J. P. JORDAN.
; -1\ the fact that when the subscribers to the By suitable comment upon the world as it passes Reports, 75 Dublin N. C.PULLER'S contemporaries and ft* our paper I* as
.GARLAND"ee a specimen of what he intcnd the most liberal arrangements have been madeto Maine 25 County, Urge and cheap we feel tki we have at leact M '
JCEAX STM NAT. Co's LIKE-:>r Southampton Reports, "
!; and Bie di.llerinanu. that Magazine to be, they will wonder secure an array of varied talent such as can be New Hampshiro Reports, 12 equal claim with the worths* ef them to the po '

'' perior a publication ca possibly be furnished for found in no other weekly publication, and thus to Vermont Report, . 25 HOTEL, Washington City tronage of the southern pubfle, to whose peculiar
Capt. Crabtreej [P'rom New York, the insignificant price of its subscription. They combine in the Gazette the best features of the Massachusetts Report* . 61 of Pennsylvania avenue anc interests our Journal II pier fly devoted.De

S ..Wed.' May 31. .Hi: may be assured,however,that every promise mae Magazine and tho Newspaper. Connecticut Report, .. 24 12th street,EDWARD H. FULLER, proprietor, termined to do all in our*oww to merit their,pa. :-

Washington, Cnpt. Johnston r Tnom Newok, shall be scrupulously fulfilled, and the It has, from the first, been the steady aim of New York Reports, 72 who most respectfully calls the attention of-his tronageit is most respectioS/. solicited. Address'. .
Wed. June 20. t the "GAB.UAND". be so enhanced as to win its way Xoal's Gazette to render a welcome visiter in the New Jersey Reports, . 20 old friends and patrons, and the travelling publicin postpaid. : .: '

S t public favor in a manner unexampled in the< domestic circle, and to secure to itself the reputation Pennsylvania Reports . 68 general, to his present establishment now in TEItMtIE; 3-
bDErL'E LUCES-For Southampton, IIivre. history of the popular literature of America. of being pre-eminently the Ladies' rarlorCompanion. Delaware Reports, . 3 full operation, having opened on the let of December Single copy of the Continent one year 91
and TERMS Maryland Reports, 25 last. The building is entirely new, and Three copies, -,. ,J i I
States. For S. & II r From New York.. : this have been erected under his immediate Seven .' 10 I'
Unit And, to end, our coliunns and Virginia 42 was own superintendence copies u. l
Sa.June 10. The terms upon which .Tnt LADIES' GARLAND will continue to be, graced by contributions from North Reports------------- 26 1 with the strictest attention to comfort and Twelve copies, .r:?' "

&d For Liverpool( 'Frm. New York, .AND DLR MAGAZINE" will be furnished,, ladies of distinguished rank in the literary world South Carolina Reports, . 30 I convenience. The rooms are large and airy,with Seventeen copies, ,' ,(,. v MAD

Erda ,J&y7. { are as folows the past year having given evidence of what will Georgia Reports, . 4 fireplaces in each, and furnished in ft manner combining new subscribers ringi? or in clubs.wfllke
UV 'IFram Xew York
." erpool- ,:. 1 copv, '$1 0 be done in this respect, by furnishing original articles Florida Reports .. I luxury and comfort.. The furniture beds, entitled to a pamphlet copy%a"A Voice from the l
Friday, Spt. 8. L Fromcw York 4 copies, 3 0( from Miss Leslie.Mrs. S. J.Hale, Fanny Alabama Reports 25 bedding, &e. are all new throughout the house.- South" comprising lettek Kfln Georgia to Maesachnsettfiand -

uh Liverpool;' : 7.' 5 0 Forrester, Mrs. E. F. Ellet, Mrs. Hughs, Enna Mississippi Reports . 14 The ladies' parlor is most spacious, fronting on to the Sop in State; atso,the

Friday, Nov. 17. .: : 15" 9 0 Duval, Alice G. Lee, Miss M. J. Mcintosh Mrs.E. Tennessee Reports 24 the avenue and opening on a splendid balcony,the back numbers of the paper ct>taininc MDon bey
J I -- 17" 10 0 B. smith Mrs. Caroline Orne, Mrs. AngelsHall Kentucky Reports,' 43 furnishing of which in taste and elegance will & Son"gratia. ifi!
.. FCnm ; 3" ? 15 0 :Meets M.Duncan,Mrs.Caroline II. Butler, Ohio Reports, 15 compete with any other in the Union. Private J

T11OpADbPIrI2 CLUBBING: Maria Roseau, Edith Harvey, Blanche Bcnnaird, Indiana Report .- .. ,,6 parlors for parties requiring such accommodations. PROSPI ; 1J8

.'Published in about a*{m a'ty mantis-cf For the convenience of those who desire Mrs. Griffith, Mary Morton, Mrs. Elizabeth J. Illinois Reports, 6 In the arrangements throughout no expense has OFtHC' -
may t Eames, Alice Seymour, Mrs. S. J. Howe, and Missouri Reports 8 been spared to render it in every respect onsnr
I Benedict's HistxwJyfof the Baptlrtjj1' form For Clubs five we make we th following furnish propositions of many others, whose productions aro an honor to Arkansas Reports, . 6 passed by any Hotel in Washington. The location LoRmX1Y1nG.To .

j "The dola wi, and two lee copies of the our country. The volume of the Gazette now is every way desirable, being_about midway; the Whip of Weft Wn.tMd off otkert
:. commenced will be even brilliant in Total volumes 649 between the Capitol, President's House and the
j c Saturday Evening Post," for one more this respect digested, interested in the dittfttinvtwn of Tr1&4 aa rftound
I' year. than that which preceded it, and by the aid Of a majority of these Reports no Digests hove executive departments.From Political .
$: [ few more tompl"4 mayjnrt pro- For ten doUar seven copies of .The Lies'Galand" of"Tarn" "Julian Cramer," and a vast array of hitherto been made, and of many of the others the E. H. F.'s long experience in the business plCt'f..: '

/aMe. ,/, Jtqj' this wok if and will be furnished.copies of the gentlemen contributors, who have won enviable Digests are old and consequently imperfect: and (eighteen years in the city of Washington) he THE coming contest Ufrft rht with impertaae*

'I not yet appropriate! in th ning For Pos" dollars of"The Ladies'Garland" reputation as writers, "N cal's Gazette"may, in the expense of a Digest of the United States Court feels assured of affording satisfaction to all who to the Whigs of Florida.;f Cb'a voice of our eiti
Wettern and Southern Stallitbers. s4 :tlfy! to tlio copies all its departments, challenge comparison with Reports, and that of several of the individual may honor him with their patronage, in soliciting sensforthefiMtipieishs1ntheeIectionferChief
and seven copies of the .Saturday Evening
: any periodical of the day on cither side of the Atlantic States, is as much or more than the above-de which no exertion will be spared on hu part t.o Magistrate the- I oiuA Reprssentft.
will be
With the above work 1 by.Agent ost" furnished, with an additional tive to Congress and an Eetjutive Officer for tie :
may c1tc'1 to the Postmaster as regards its high moral tone, its interest scribed Digest of all the United States Court Reports merit their approval.The .
THE UAPTIST.LIflRAliY, copy or other person for all classes of readers, and tta essential value asa and all the State Reports, so that a lawyerwill chorea far !board $1.50 per diem. State are to be chosen; ajtjuLegislator efecUd,'
.j through whom tho Club be and the .
Three tolumn i* one, royal'.oetato' Inmlina remitted. .may r..ie household visitor. find it cheaper to buy the WHOLE than to buy The Bar is furnished with the choicest selection upon whom will devolve th aapoutment eta Ju.
toith the cunttotikg money Social Amusements the only those of the United States Court and his own of Wines Liquors and Cigars that the market diciary and a United Sul*i, Sc4&tor.ill Um
f styLe uniform of For,twenty dolar.we will furnish ten copies of: for Young.In issues it involved the political tpett being oftfarUei
? State.
mare than. l300pagu..Tbe A' .The and ten of the with the the week mar. 14- affords.
copies conformity impression that for yean to come. The contest i* a strife for ;
.. Library ha been uefore, fho ituWic jiuffieiently Saturday Evening Post," with premium copy ly newspaper is exceedingly important to the juvenile ACADEMY UNDER THE DIRECTIONOF APorter win be in attendance at tin Hotel cars on mastery;" and the result wjflfix the bit of tie
their arrival to the free
long to be known sVcoaUiniu' a large of each work for one year t the person raising the branches of families,as a means of awaken LADIES OF TIlE SACRED HEART to convey baggage vanquished perhaps irwiri ftotI,. It U&enfonbecomeltbo

amount of valuable reading,and ft',number of exeeUent Cub and remitting the money. ing literary taste, and for creating a fondness for NEW YORK.fjVie of Whip to girdH* seIre*with might,
distinct works no wbee t1e{.to be found. thirty dollars, twonty-feuV copies of"The innocent recreations, it will be observed that attention expense.FALL and to go into the struggle!Wjiir a'aeal and a determination
If what it contains we p ) $ ( in aeparato, Ladies' Garld"and eleven copies Saturday to'this point is a leading characteristic of Sacred Heart Academy is about eight SESSION, OF eommensuraJ'j the nomealeu

books,TWE.VTT DOLLARS WO d nppurtl&ae. them. will.be sent together with I the Gazette, and that nothing is neglected which JL miles from the city of New York, in the vicinity in&emt.nhtate. *;' }- i.
FEICt'liistory t i premium copy.of each of mid publications for one may contribute to on end of so much value to the of Harlem and Manhattanville. The site Randolph Macon College.nnht In the campaign it i in4edtoma1e: tie

.j 1 )'ea rising generation. ia romantic, elevated,healthy,and beautiful. The FLORIDA WHIG eth4it The
Fall Session of this Institution will an Auxiliary.
in ehcep binding, $8.5I) i.j C $3. -
.. 4' 8.3) 0t1 GtJ-: Orders must, In all cases, be accompanied Agricultural AJairt. building are erected in a handsome style. The JL commence Wednesday, the 9th of August WHIG will not be found 'IW' those who "blow '

Lbry. MA 5 Gm by the money. Special pains will bo taken to furnish the grounds for recreation promenade are neat and 1848. The Preparatory Schools at RldgwayondGoreysburg the trumpet with aa 'uniin sound. It wininoeofthe.Wkic 'i:,
agricultural with
spacious, surrounded shrubbery, and pleasantly
tt SAML. D. PATTERSON. N. C. will give a cordial support to the!:*
S. Adds readers with the on the 4th Mon
most open
ditcotuU made # recent and important forest and trees.
fnrc1la.ing by grove
i t nt Garland and Dollar Magazine National Convention; and Iniks advocacy oft
Le. in reference
intelligence to all matters
for cash con This institution in its plan of education, unites
No. Chcsnnt St. Phila.e. S and *he
,I. 0 nected with the culture of the soil; and the that can be derived from FACULTY OF COLLEGE. S great glorious] Whig l.
advantage ft !
every punctual it wiDL be folllld
W. A. Smith, D. D., President and ProCeSsor ever ,
.The Publishers append} K f?,:.of the noiireswhich ; ; NEW PROSPECTUS. Commercial Department and conscientious care bestowed on the pupils of Mental and Moral Philosophy. upon all proper ooeasions bny ..tiptopmblkseraUiCIl -

the History ha rteeJvei, from the religious is'so attended to as to render it peculiar inter in every branch of science becoming to their sex.Propriety David Duncan, A. M., Professor of Ancient the principles of Mode beraey ia all their '
I '" S est to all men of business; and it will be found of deportment,politeness,personal neatness Languages.Esekiel hideousness nakedness,. *$1i.deformity.l ,' ,The
n press. .. ; 1 ij _,, ALWAYS IN ADVANCE. that our reports of the markets, prepared with and tire principles morality, are objects of A. Blanch A. M., Professor of WHIG in fine, is fully, iaU&jmid.uncompromi
FROM REV. Wx.-R. WrLAX" D. -The especial reference to the objects of the mercantile unceasing assiduity.' The diet is good,abundant, and applied Mathematics.Rev. pure singly committed to a "v ttptor >-.- eta

S View edition of Hiil eocuw tu the TRULY A MAMMOTH SHEET. community are far more correct, more compre and wholesome. Tho health of the pupils is tho Charles F. Deems. A. M., Professor war against LocofocoianWil; neither ftnel> __ _
I rabecriber ft book of much has uade hensive. and earlier in their intelligence, than object of constant solicitude, and in sickness they Experimental Sciences. tice nor treaty- \hi 'f .r

I large extracts from the htooryno thc MennojiiteMartyrs. REDUCED PRICES TO CLUB3. those of any of our cotcmporaries. To the Agriculturist aro attended with maternal tenderness. Gliror H. P.Corprew, A. B., Tutor Of..An With ft view to the forthMCs of the cause .
From the great-variety of the work also,.those reports are of great advantage Difference of religion will not be an obstacle to dent Languages and Mathematics. which the FLORIDA WH$'it&ud pledgedtb _
which furnishes these, tho:.xtrseU tu our: TIE'Poprictr of the SATURDAY EVEXINO furnishing him with the price of produce at the admission of young ladies, provided they are PRINCIPALS OF PREPARATORY efforts of an Whigs, good OttStfrje.'are invoked to
hlrhe ., beside their 4'wfl.trinsicintorest,I the experience of the 1 two all the leading point of trade; and Storekeepers willing to conform to the'general regulations of SCHOOLS. aid in ex tending its circtlattwsti' ThepaptrshMld '

\ charm of jity.j-1At[ to the nap years that it is the manifest destiny" In the country thus have the authentic details of the school. Wm. T. Davis Principal of tho Preparatory be placed in the hands efe5 bi Whig in the Dis- .
I % of the United States iaborin take its tho the markets in cities to the latest Course ofEdaenUon. .
S h"la1th paper t stand at very head of the up moment. Our School at College: trict. lIItl.'l S ,
delity compiled a man of ad statistical I weekly press, have resolved to make the Post more Reporter, for this purpose, has the best facilities, The knowledge of religion and'its i duties being Charles B. Stuart A 'M.;Principal of. the Preparatory The WHIG will eoni r the Editorial. '
intelligence no.where else tojbo'fojsbd, 'and whichwouldin'the.judgment I worthy than ever of its high position. They a coupled:with great ,experience; and he justly tho primary object of a.good education,it is treated School at GarcysbuTg. charge THOMAS Boo AL4ANDER." '-

;- S onthe jsbr, make cordingly now have the pleue o calling the at prides himself on the fullness, completeness, and with the attention due so important a matter, Wm. C. Doub, A. M., Prmcipal of the Preparatory S AdvanceFor '!
his volume almost lndispcns one of r the public to' the that the POST correctness of his statements. No other weekly in and enter as the basis into the plan,of studies following School at Ridgway Single Copies, 1,.tHI' J. ., II co
our pastors; and abundantly jdescrring of the patronage has been greatly enlarged. the Union bestows so much care in this respect as in every class and department of the school. The collegiate year is divided into two le'3ionsolThe For five Copies, -+'X. IS 00

and study of oa chnl f This enlargement enables the t!lay the equivalent the Saturday Gazette. And so in reference to the The course of education comprises reading, elocution first begins 8 weeks after, and the second 21 For ten Copies *'"*K S'CD

:i'jum EDWin B UNDEa1rLt.ESQ.) Cor. & ,, of eight'more.: reading before money market,stocks, exchanges and other topics writing arithmetic, French and English weeks before the 2d Wedaesjay June. To su'h For twenty.Copies, :" '"j-; '- 3000

./t Hatuerd JfiuHyi Society,:JZnjilaiid.-Tbt their sabsrb weekly-r in fact, an &d. similar interest; furnishing in each number a grammar.English and French polite literature, u 'desire to enter Coiege, it is important that A BENJ. OiltlDDON Co.
|*indeed an LncyclopediKHBaplut Literature .. tion nerourh to the ol area of the paper.Character Business Manual well-arranged and minute de composition in prose in both languages history; they he in attendance at the opening of the; sejsion. S. '

and Baptist history; -a-booS for perpetual 'tails.LOWEST S sacred and profane, chronology, 'geography, the A'short absence at that time may place a ; .or1CE TO CI.-\I1II.l.rhS aBETOLUTIONARY
rererDJn thing relating" our The oj Pap. CASH PRICES: use of the globe and delineation of maps, the elements student under disadvantages which win his PE5"OiI'1
eer nt-raa general the impair T'"
M';": papr-ch as One Neal's Gas. astronomy,chemistry natural philosophy, the scriber,having devoted bis'd&nUoa for pwar*
c. ; it has been under the supervision copy Saturday ,1 year, $2 00 scholarship throughout session. Our course '
all of ten to the ipf
TjwyoRtCoiDd.he work comjnence Editors-shall be maintained. Four copies do do 5 00 mythology, geometry, &o-; kind of useful and of study is so arranged'as to meet the wants of years prosecuUote claims against
M .with review of the Mfstfa Ing parties ofeftriy r It shall be neutral Politics and Religion/at w Eight do do do 7 00 ornamental needle-work,embroidery and silk chenille young men'who'desire to acquire on' extensive tho General Government and!Mfore Congress-has

f ,i" timesmong. whom baptitontimnct.tartraoed tho same time that it shall not fear to speak, Thirteen do 'do 8 00 gold and silver, artificial flowers and every English ,education without studying the Ancient succeeded collection, by great labor and j&pense, in obtaining l-
i .
,"t more or lessdistinctDed.. It increa. breath, it Eighteen conies of the Gazette will be sent for 15 00 species fancy-work,. according to the wishes ofthe La gna.ges.- The benefit to be derived from the ;by and purehuj'probsbly tbesaost
,. Wlt1 it later Twenty-eight copies will be sent for 30 parents. of the Libaries and from complete and extsnsie.ree.rOf evidence ef tkj*
: ". interest as advadcsen period?, Origlnaiand 00 use attendance on the
line staff
&ulw'Jridu.It and
where facts established by nieo Tales Address. PUBLISHERS, Term Literary Societies, should strongly induce such ocersofthezrayoftheR.voh- '
are nUcruSnd Original ; -
S d $ Sinc the be the highest character. faults&c.'lha: Third, near Chesnut Its., Philadelphia.. per annum* ,. -. -. .$250 young men to prosecute,their studies here. In order tion, from the earliest period, f'the war:to the -,
'Te termination
publication pf hiarc work; d ofpro- tic!. con be over looked, ( respect for Postage, books, stationery, and washing, are for a student to enter1 upon the English course of the One thereofto.w1"Tbe names of ofi- .
TO THE PUBLIC. charged to the parent eers ftM .L&ffof O&ftray appointed by
he be
bee been made in its originality.S must thoroughly tt ted with' English
grew .
history of tho Anabaptist I' chrri Its Selected Articles procured from first THE S HOME JOURNAL. Payments areS to be made semi-annually in ad Grammar, Geography Arithmetic.'- ,- the Continental Congress,wgft a reference index '
w to the Returns Pft
vance. known as. the! Washington i'
The of this institution
Mr. Benedict ha mode of tlio a'ltll- and the expenses follows
jtionsl source; may depend EDITED BY MORRIS & WILLIS. No deduction will be mode for withdrawn ti\ as rera the State Papers Jftd other important .
: f information which h* In this upon finding in its pages the best Tales, Essays, before the a pupil Board per session, $ .i ,Tuitlon &.Deposi, information, from UmarohiTsrthe Ceuerol.sad'
1I5eIft. Indeed & that either in the expiration of the quarter,except Fee. 822 'or .12.5 for the colle.
dee JJc wo &, appear foreign or domestic S PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY Ol THK CITr OF per session
!* for State G tbe toost .
cogent reasons. vernmentsTthns.0pririag
Thus the .5 exciusue Incidental
intn4kt.crting, magazines. laying whole English and HEW YORK.Twoflollars riate. year, expense. _ii. held. .Jd'ate
No valuable
pupil will be received toPs shorter general and eviden w by,
and worth far move than tbejcott.The ojtho .l'mi. American. world under contribution. sP which include the cost of text,1 ., fuel,.rarni <
w\\ work ext crcnew S S At per.Annum. than .months. ture fee for, in Individual the nameiasi--rank of the taaUnentol -
: hkeWs n4 d r- rricutluTal ,, room College.We respectfully
cnt 'a S S Music on the piano, harp guitar, drawing cl :and Stftta:omeertfi:_tr appcisita**tit
of painting; ..Spanish Germanazid Italian languages promotion, erviees. e*$ *pfreaigttftti ar
( 4.5 troversy, both American aMojlgd-aomo< of hat always given heretofore double the IN:November J we commenced the publication to supply the reasonable';wants of asts.;
quantity extra of the
a of are charge: ,_ is staff nrmas, >&..par
them nkitercsting. dent 'The
exeeoiingIyeurioug It
h1 any other paper shall be composed of the best articles of this family newspaper r on a new,and novel ,The French language,is fluently spoken" S in'the injurious.: .practice of contracting; veyors,and apothecaries;,fiJfUlns to &heade' brig
then proceed* to the distinct. ( > oC.\me. plan. No similar work intended debts with tradesmen in the vicinity of College, i i.
to that can be found in the numerous periodicals to contain the institution, and u taught without of the' army officers ty *%deportsjen it
: rieaa *; .ho i* B arrq cry c lap r ? devoted to the subject. Making in this way PICK news, elegancies opinion and literature charge.- commissary general of Lnme*4drobsass I"
S : It &useLpf1p4ly; &inquire .Agricultural.. Department superior to what It of our time to CULL ..from the wilderness of General Regulations of Virginia designed to. provide a remedy for.this cenlnthedepartmentofthflarmadergeWral '

S into the sufferings of whom or" oa world atjoersSa wj.not Coortntbeq worthy could be mado by the service of any single writer.: the hour's ever flowering caprice,"and to RESCUE The:mnnnal vacation will,commence the'last merchant bane of all who Collages shall is give to,credit this effect to That any. Including depaty qaarkrPter) ,general;M
the else lost : ft College stu.dent
Wetc,:. good things in the bewildering floatage week of July,and scholastic duties will be resumed sistant deputy quortennwtet'gf fl r Js,wsfoa eoadnetors -
enduring,on American soil Tenwhipiog.nde1flobeCU ;]iBfrlsoamcnU i without tpecial hit
ef novelties adrift, had been authority from parent or
previously attempted the first Monday of 4 *
; the" aswrt a aDd Tho New, both foreign and domestic, shall be others..*-- 'II "- September.For guard tan, shall npon conviction of the fact forfeit ad
by *
maintained the senthnont.s1ofi3apis on the ordi- full, and a* far a* possible, accurate be*laid That wo have labored in f or therparticulars,if required, apply to the the debt forfeit his license; and be fined $:J.- pftrtment of.comm1uar7.m&7.stores4nd 0|*>,
S before the'fesder at the earliest successfully our vocation Right Rev. Bishop Hughes; Co the Dance and ld-
noeesnof the,righj of eon scio.mcs. possible moment. Lady'Supe- Let parents and guardians have due ;
to this
Goj'lU&d and produced a paper remarkable for its Interest rior Sacred Heart'or to P.'A.Hargoni 33 South regard tug Btoff appointments ftsfaricaptan ervittfas
f This .com mcuU .Thc Matter -'Kf law, and where, be to _
>P--r.t.J9rk' Money ,.value, and popularity and one to may necessary open an account
? adapted street New York,
k Uwdft*
1'1' an-eamp.liednmitt
i| :piut-, The Bank. Note List.i* corrected weekly. A'rull the want of ALL CLASSES ,or have r .ith.merchant let' the Individual be'designated
!f '& SOCIETY we ,-r The Manhattanville and &Srs,ud&4U'.Ja.la -
loomlngdale payBiasters, < ;
., stages. ty quaTtermast
%kM.e4argmi4: and accurate of and the amount
account; the Markets the sufficient In specified, and the evil
( evidence our extensive and rapidly increasing will .
4, ( 3pLl5t44holLl4vqsi4 .i ". Sale of Stock;&&,ore also weekly given. > pas by the Sacred Heart whenever there are wul cease. .5 officers of....oontinonutslnd State ."-
in the
S .U. universal
commendation passengers to or from the institution.' ., --- In many eases,'not only th.I jef tonee appoint-
S .} Y ,BAPTJST!Kmh-itP '. <- Enfranni. : of the public pr'as, *nd, above all,in the flattering -, PREP4RATORYDEPART; >IENT. manS and service can be&ko I -' *ttheMUsssefttp i

eaU.astookhinff&ou of Engravings of various.' kinds,t*noderattoif ftlso' encourage me Jt and cordial approbation of Th.'IJlanl04.'Vobtaa'. Private :JletlJca1 The primary object of the Pfenaro bry Schools oC"MconnWZlYiut tk;neJ. -y. .:whIc lit
S t/.aUe t wonder- | U'IO.hO., shin not be forgotten.; But the;POST shall never our numerous LAI>' READERS, in every sec ; -,. Companlon/K ;' S is'.to p&'YOUDJ eD' for.ColIege'butth. deemedImportnntfatb.s4jw1ntopeimiOUteit&oeer5
.It et'U'oa; hav4 b'. olei;' :In be allowed to degenerate into a mere show bin, to tlonoUhecoul1tt1'Y .' I ( eon?,.of study u such ft*to meet the wants atths or to their IrIdOoeP5flQn, having .
U*" t :be be looked at for a moment; and then tossed to the '-The scope.design and character; the JIoz By Dr .A? M.'M itrsiciitr, Put-vWomen, Pn.
Uwwthor : himself W Rr4 children ; .*.,*- i. --. <*|U i,. **.- neighborhood in:whlobf'tel.are located; nd to claims*pending'before tie j<>iKS*. l Oller' H _
S t h a"a play'with, ; : : '' ?10r *'' JOURNAL diner from those of any newspaper here tf.: : .> it frrrrm'H qualify'studentsfor;the ordinary oectipaUens or aionsnd jBOi' *Jlewedwiir&tof: U*a e srtry 5

; ? nty| o.i, ; ullstor'ofthoAVMrteaa ;I. 'f Our'iContribttton.; w "*. ..d j i tofore established. The contents are JiLted to en Sixth Edition, ISio'pp.,250,.Prloe"$1. life/ ; :.,' ,. evidence,ftUhoughserrice ejTI oF _
1o1cul.| I gage the attention of the man Of\ 1ou1'an4 be The school t '
laWnTth 'brt Our Original Contributors are the AUTHOE S 2.OOO COPIZS THXBt OHTHk la the viomltyof College continue ed, or in eases where tte f
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Q t.rip, AIIE CAt We always hold'ourselves a source of elegant instruction and entertainment IVEA8 under the direction of Mr.W.'T. Davis,' an able claimed nu not been grabat=1* _
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YAoi. purchase 5arteles oflsred to us, at a prico and successful Teacher,* aDd my: own immediatjervlsjon such eases evidence mftj Itd"eM.
j I 7.'ZRs C iI3TL&. ci.J to their merits.: But authors whose Koporttoned I writIngs combines the striking And novel attractions of the ofsufforiupfpbysIca1 Nci-moDta.1 ;.,!/ ,_ e."wort H'n the narks' are-of a ridiculously exaggerated and Immoral n..llptper"witb the more abiding interest of the ,. ngiismaJ9ftavaeotonftw4re.ftnpecuniary Its session and vacations are the same asinos oIa1ieb.ds.Ilowsnoer Ia ItW1

.2J matter baroln -bftdied oould character may save themselves hid ns the trouble' higher class of periodicals.' Ie I Ii prinUd.in'the difficulties to. the husband might have of the College proper.' The cost of board: Ice. iftlittle of MrTIoLt-Co b411' ,,"

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J n .oT. .. family paper -and no article not'calonloled to en- is.'Jn type He Wholearrangement obtained expressly t&d&K'fft for the purpose'most: and Truly;knowledge ir power. It is health. hap I Boarding amdlodgij5 4nprrr* lie, inch eeivOfttt4 <.ioa, Se* .,

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fag th* attention ofall 1nu1otMftb. hfrher s r.1 :1 t-- t.1- : ,4 : I efthe peolmen the best" typographical skill %revelationeontained: :in.it pages-hvo .I TuiUott,'PO 1eIaioI1.-for ClUIieaf'--- liahedt' __ __

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,. that dtfopm/oftUon"InUmfttely; Th.'Wmntt I.Poat.It.e: I.t1 1) Valuable tpeoaliaritiesvHt; h,fa referSSSSS U.letters received bv the feather WIUateSt' -5,4 .". II "U." ltudioi.., 15"00 f : .-. _
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lKrtraeUve, iwjreehB a w : 0 wish to take th.first'doss butnistakiagly'think uAo .ad bJec&t j : hsTkbossi tea4lng with :
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S : f they cannot afford It, we live i\atenpttmi teitk the present number;-""fittf f ''Wom&la'i Private MecUeal Comp&DIQD It um.I TheboIutIo year-will s'dlde. :Jute rinr
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