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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: September 13, 1849
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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FLETCHE5E INS PitofclAMATION BYJHEEtECTJQN Comm1ntIcattoitioin1 iV4t 25q voiumecMfrom V ,-i Middle..i Ftorida and. : "j. ?SC;
.oniortwp"nandred ,p9rttLo4 for the was their duty,* YoaB&ledthe btlofl? ,
14 ... L rin4 GcnThonip. --'- ip ,. frbnuhe East At Jhattime sttter, are ; and' said thaethe Oe.rl Government was-'
) GenY.CI.i&ch'tad'only.250 or 30d*regillanwitfrhini sdrplus'nraviiiions precluded from law eU'
At a laU meeting of I ie'BoIr& of Trustees,, WAsiiiicroNCrrrj Aiig 20, 1849'TI iitthe Nation' '."* TbeMhdians 'ensboidiedin few'weeks doing *ftedraseth
-14c -Tq ; 'IIto ,] Bat Florida had been 'exprjapy extended 'Orw '
*ld in TbOEUiUe, &efb1towing, regulations : December '
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slaughtered
LxceBenjW J)4ioizz.zy regular oathataccount
of said Institu-- j'Goteot tbsJ1oleterritoT.n- ehtrjta- took
adopted tor government '
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tioai Mr The schoUeti year to consist of one term,, ofFfondaTalla/iasj e. troQs under Maj,Dade,.;.with.which hei hac tain no doubt, that us by surprise,bat were taS grave to be p****

run months, and close the *Thursday in Dotbtr : u11c9 Sin this'yon have c6t rashly attempteil to march through the Nation _Iy appree ate.th ed over "Wehaveila fookedTcarefulli'l J:

of each year*, J', ?* ,-of the 'communication'Accompanying addressed 'GW a >5, to join Cfin&rat-Fort''KingJahd 'fres'li I proceedings. He. into the subject'and mvir&ve you the tesan' '--''

L&3 07 TUITION. Crawford, Esq Secretary of Wa;'on4 from Ibis victorya"fevrvdays After tin the months must of our investigations, irn'feng they-will b jv> '** '
yes Withlacpochee, they gave battle to. Clinch's of-regular trobns received with much
arithmetic terday. It not t aa rfesureas'they **
Orthograp y;reading wrltine and necessary explain inore array1 d"compelle.dAthem ,to .retreai. .Almost points around the' given: a.irofybafipfede1.-**-. na
aboVc Enlish fullythe circumstancewhich
with grammargeogrpby
the
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term, ; appeared'torequireit
__ J; lbeibove; with.the higher V ( than the-pefusal'ofitwiU f afford. a'Ihe same time Gen'Thompson* .*was* our citizens any lathe first,place; the '
ranches ofan English education, embracing nat- OF-STATE SENATORS., H I Wjlh this exceptionvtrtf have endeavored murdered at the Agency. now. the most in office4r.Spd \ mental aim moral phiKwophyi rhetoric,lobotaay Ji vacancy having occurred in the office of to Tfiese events airoccurring>hhin a week, If troops are .distinctl "" ''
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eheaistrycfx>lngy, book-keeping, A. (State Senator in the Eighth Senatorial discharge ther trust on'fided to titf without aroused the country and'obliged the administration points take for ''hostiliti iot an4n*
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I politieaTeconomy. $3u{ the above, with la- District, by the death of lion,James II.-T. Lormcr.'and -, any formalities.'*>WVsought-by personal interyipws to make,, have waptrad,
more adequate provision ordered a'chain" "
French Grtx k, algebra, geometry;mensnra- in thirteenth Senatorial District,by withlhe"President and Secretary pf ;- you of 'ps'j ketstaMi '"
on&e.. #36; muiBB nfiaao,: extra, $40; he resignation of Hon. Louis lildrich: Itit hereby 'Waratdsince; the Pitldent1eftWasb ihton f6r. Var, ..NOwe1ljnformed' { iman.i doubted Missouri-with bccupted,'arrf at' rwo ugiesIU he4to;/ "i'bereirrvdfortIiithdy
awing and painting,! extra, 823; use of piano, Ordered, That an electlon.be held in Said.DiS; by conversations wiih' of thenor, doubts now that bya suitable [demonstration among;them-to } .
term, 94 f for Woo*,!per term, 91. One half tficta on Jlonday, the first day of October next, every member 'the of force to,carry out the treaty, Missouri and i ( Tn the second place, thifted States were."
tuition to be paidjiUt advance,the other half to fill said,vacancies. 11' Cabinet*{Mr?CoI1ather'exkjted; who'd'a1poabsent the trar might have been.avoided.-The leans and f .
to of the la* *
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from preen on proprietors 4|iittia thU nett
first of July. ;; \ Given inflder.my hand, acdthaeaI the City,) Ccvexplain full the'yiews
;i of the Stats of Florida at the entertained byyout llxcellen.cy'iri reigardHo. of 1500 or 2000.troopa.would: have supposed that one ground, and had 'ait ihisi'veright to
BOARD or, pItlCTION. ..(SEAL..] .'Capitol in the city of-TallfthaMeeirrn ,' barIndiandifficulties; and om>awed theIndians,', saved, the-.country would be' capable i all intrudera.tethe : "' '-. 5

Mr. Wffliam Hunt, principal of male doparticnt ,t.hii 26th. ay.ofJuneA. U.1849, ; which from distress, pillage and murder*the government they-getthere- third-place,'part :- 4
prompted your-'tnovements for the defence'of
; Rev. G. A. MaDet 4 '!assistant of male and 73d year' -American Independence. from squandering rnillionsVof treasure, Tampa, which is' since surveyed and prepared for sale; -
Rev. R.-H. Lnckey, principal of -i:? -irtii our exposed frontier-taking occasion to arid its 'armies from ridicule and 'mortifica of the of them
department
; neares!point some ocfuaff tbfd;thus, on the -
W. D. MOSELEY. I -
female department; Mifis Mary Ann Potter,astfistant press.upon every member of::the Cabinet the tion. *' 7 '
y-five to sixty ha"a\ the Indians by the .
of female department. 'Board may be obOned t Attest A. E. MAXWELL, solemn obligation< 'the' Fedeia1 irrjtaUhg 'pre*
in private families is tfce village, washing _Secretary of State; jnly.2-td- Government to relieve resting'upon'Florida from this By such a timely exhibition of the'-power settlementsjj of U. Ssunreyors'ra9 always oW"' '

nd lights included, %m if to 10 dollars per EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, > of the remhant and determination of, our-GovernmeuV the in furnishing ectsofjealoasy to them-asd on the' other, '

_jonth. The Board fl'rustees have, in course Tallahassee, June 2G,1S19... savagesj'according to stipulations Cherokees were. xjmpelled emigrate without The officer in white1 people to $ ake the reify'petv '
of.their :
f erection, two brick btmses, ,with two rooms in GENERAL ORDERS. -treatyf, which have been'permitted to a, 'drop ipf ,lood.i; And,had ,lhe same larrassed for of Vnich j'ou ntoraplalnr -
will be able to ] .. remahj unfulfilled
rich, large and commli lions;and more'thdrt'fourteen'1'years.: "
accommodate, comfortably, 190 students.- The Election is hereby ordered 'to be'held in- We have ndeuored"brk'tareful examination course been, .soon r;adopted hoases will be completely the 1st day February AN ,first Division of the Florida Militia,on of docnments and Creek Indiansthey two would neyer., have president should, which you alluded sap rptymgtheG n
sit. The Fletchere Institute is under the con- he first"Monday in .October next, at the places collection of facts, 'to One- to .vir, Yet both,these Nations were of,regular troops, Government, turns pcf o be "Ah act tq"
tel of the Florida Conference of the M. E church, appointed by law for the election county officers remove every'-v lid, objection''against the as 'strongly,attached to tbeirCQuntry; and as t1 he spot, with the'laWs over the ndlans Within the
onth, and located one half mile from Thoraas- for a Major General'to command said Divi- course of action'which it has been o&dut"urge1 "
ill., Ga. From the pnfverbiai healthiness of the ion, to fill the vacancy occasioncdjbjr the resignation fo. and have then th'ought it bet rto much opposed to emigration, as the miserable nateIt, would ; J.of Florida- ; pad< id.by the kgisla.
lace, and the well kn wni ability and successs, of Gen. Win. Bailey. .' time for'reflection Serninoles.,possibly can.benFor these are hurrying forward TA"Council, and approved Iy the Governor
.i experienced teachers, {of the Board of Instrncon And,an election hereby ordered tf'te held id give rather than to press chiefly'remnant of_ Bribes that originally heir lives or Febrrfary, 1831; an\l3ttexpressly, -
selected by the Trustee*, we hope to share he Second Division of the Florida Militia, on the loir any speedy.answerbr intimarlon of the habited Southern and SouthWestern Georgia per season of the $ M : UTLJt tffAiicc/'iAa i _. beonzea K_-,.-
liberal from abroed.w. first Monday of October- next, at 'tha places -' course which patronage appointed !
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and have gradually retreated into Florida,.be ,There is ? anyvtBise operate,. << &I speciallv,'ape
law fortbe election of coiAty officers,
by absence-will
SIL4&PE,Sect P. P. SMITH,Pres. for a Major General to command said division,.to probably"tfj be"prolbngcfr f or fore? the advances of,the white man,-prjiave Resident the t1 by CongiesandiM' approvarCon-* -
fill the vacancy occasioned by 'the1 resignation of ten days or a fortnight come1 arid we have been expelled as outlaws bytheir own race: rather than regulars never gave! ,;Ther $$o other law on
BOARD .or, TRCSTEES.REV. 5cn. James G Cooper'-, t--j' :. .' no r eason to'-sujtpose that Uvieould Effect harness thatof' their he book W ?'
I ThjCir present not ;; ancestors present statute touching *'question: | -
P. P. S4n,' President. Officers commanding Erigados.Regiments,Bat-( ifnything further by remamSng longer.0'Ve ,'and their attachment to it.,is :only discharged d the ,. that thfiifciate of 'lQid.
aliens, and componiea wibin the State,are here'y havetherefore. tfefthe
REV. H. \V. Si&RPI.Sect. required:to carry into fcflcct tcis order within' War.will comhiimicate requested Secretaryof that'felt by. thepirate or.the (robber.tb the no longer required; fully acquitted oatra charge. "

WM. PoNDtRisq.! Treas.LLETT. he limits of their respective commands, and make the determihatiorisof swamps andofastnesses-a-secure retreat.Gcn.Vorth tic? to the ] Ve find the President :p wk'r the iinpreV :' 4

REV. R. H. LtkEY. returns according tojaw. j>, be President directly'.tO' the'Gdvernor' ,'*,,arrangement-Jnr,1842,' as-i acter of those 'who' derLved'froni Capt. $ Hague's: reports,,. '

REV. VV. W. ( $tIZrIN. W.- D.. MOSELEY.. Ipridaj'jandconeidef irdutytas' terminaL' signing.neWilijnits.to the Indianshaever. at two.or, three } or f1the Sj ninolettribes da
.' C'-'ni n' >
REV. G. A. M* ., juiyi2-td .. ;; .. ted. >- been .considered in,Florida'to be imore thao; the State, three exceed 120 -ah
REV. IRA L. Pnrrnn' '. Guardian's Sale. < (,-. ? With*great.respect i we remain >r temporary. It certainly could give them no where they.wgre all ag esand seiei. Vq"learn througli;

JAMES KIRKSEYJ Esq. ? B\ virtue of a decree ofthe Circuit..Coqrt of ? .L.t.-, ; "' ; Yo'u'r'obfi'eeh'afit'S' new'jfyjht to a country which they had once any equipments traders'and othei-relja! le sources'of "in'I "- -

DASL. BIRD, Sen. Duval f'-ounty I will expose at' public sale,, '. i j 'BENJ. 'Fl'WHITNER, relinquished lo the United"States*by 3 solemn by tLatgtate, and" that near' 400inen, prWarriora'' ':
Capt. and sell in front of the Court house in said county : .4.. '- -. L1. A: THOMPSOmm *' It modificatibn'of that the patrio'tisni'of been distinctly recognized their tra "
1*The school will'cjyen the first Monday inebruary. on Monday, the sixth day of August next, all 'f !$ -n 41" --- ii'1' treaty. was no 'treaty: *
., he interest ICorman'M. Ives- a'ininor, in and : ,. ; was never submitted to'or. anctionmed by-the they vrenttto. ; Arid thoseoJaye the .best
ij L ; I' to a tfa'rt of land in said county, known as "Haz" WA8IIftGTON City -, Senate,of the U..States as such,:nor/twa5 i necessaries of life,t ,of judging,,s4tlAwn theffghtyig;, -

PERLODI4L ard's Bluff." EDWA'RD REIVES 4 accepted or ratified even by the principle Indian material at betvije m :400" ;and !, Otherago.j ,
burdian. "
BRITISH LITERATURE. June 21 ... 1f *
tda. -f. -
-.y Hon. G. yv. CRAWFORD. 4 q Chiefsthemselves. Some of'them"saidthen"a8 capacity h"her in We pretend;: .
IVAWTABLE PREMIUMS j> ICtW SUBSCRIBERS! Ch-f-JH C4.ut-EsternUrcuIt. ?, < ** Secretary 9War;; &f they had often said b before'tWe and ',- & no'peTsoniu jkuurticu c, f tft feelit par dg. '. ,. .
The Siateof F1Q.ridaAlachuaCounly. are. ird fwar-Ve areiwillirig ferstop any.troops -to make the above state) ent,in order thitjie '.
Subscribe early wl&i14 the terms are low.' GregoryYalo, complainant, Bill for the specificperformance 'Sir.. We have'been'ltharged by* the Gbv2ernor fightbe, fi=yo *wilLl Their s ammunition o-Wfeijegre-} ,- President niay.notJb* ii iken wholly ',' ,

vs.'i; 'I of-a of Florida with the duty of bringing to and oth of. 'were5iia .and. ,'Iu offiiarmatioii turn* .
., i means; waging war newspapers ;gp5
John II.Lewis and wife,and written contract, '
REPUBLIC! mcfo OF he attention the.PresidentPpf the' United exhausted and'they quarters, insn ,- >>be.emraeonj,
Thos. B. Jewett and wlfe'dcfcndants. ,- injunction, and great measure ; yielded a ; 's.e
REVIEW J other.relief.'NIT States the condition pf bur State in regard to sullen acquiesence in Gent Worth's terms, sire atifi.ed tolerA- n-- -

THE LONDON QcABTzatY having been made to appear to the-satisfacr he Indians still within her limits, particular- with as certain atfeonriction that the old controversy provoked the ; thathef ully approvf the'reutontsc

THE EDINBURGH [REVIEW, of the Court, by the affidavit of the com- "sirice their recent acts loL hostility.alab, removal4wasnot; settled finally supposethaV sqcl!. .these Indians b the V. .

THE NORTH BRiiysii.-:REVIEW, ilainantin the above entitled cause, that the said of explaining ejnea8ure adopte4jpyijGpv.VIoseley ; aGen Worthr himself fe6" They'neverjiave -* reached thj>. is no difiren4OL.opinion-so
THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW, defendants reside out of the circuit aforesaid,and
for the/p\o tectjbn.s'of qur exposed the uiit kdQwtmghi4ecutivetdTis.tT ritT
'confinedthemselves: M the 1imitsas.) elightest' ja3'pwe
that the said John H.Lewis and wife reside in the
State of Alabama, andr4hat the-said Thomas .' f'rfln;BettlenienLsVntil. Ithe General Goverhment signed thenvinorl waived i their tight*W.the .them with becomin ana i that that ieet*BU ds of ieeting ns'mi!

BLACKWOOD'S EDI TJDR'EH MAGAZIKE. ewett and wife reside in the Iqta.tepf.Connect-, which' bound tb'see this done irrthej ,c'puntry"above thTrboundaryti for'the"pnr not'a citizen of. & ed. ,WeiIaorisutI-

cut: : therefore, on motion the said complainant, amplest manner,.shall have timer to collect pose&ofganI6r'even pf residence-ttttd so rfar tioft'and reflection, from yourself' prepositionryo of
by William A,Forward bind Samuel L. Burritt and dispose of ,the,,.military force> required from the the.State'r/evef/ been'entertained to! / aiintgi Jwuccessful "e*,
,in New his solicitors, it is ordered that,notice jof the ctfhtemplating'4 removal td West at
,
The abovo. periodicaUi are, reprinted sqa. for this at the ? and.
proper' points pfurging lr ntviz165inu 'trL
.
York,immediately thelJa-riT by the British tendency of this suit be published in 4 newSpaper.printed -purpose any rcmoieperiod,m alfflment of then?tfeiil$ a ,
[teamen, in a beautiful' ka< type, on fine white ( in the circuit.iforpsaidVi'ur the space pf the-'Avh'oleU6ubjcct as; entitled W th i ir law remains'to- this day4hat'any warrjoricho -r gration'-whichiwasv ,), thedatb-r eponsibI-t1 tiapersorwouId
[paper,and are faithful capias of the originals, bur months, fequiriog 'said.cfefigndants to appear -: 'rotnptenergeticm asutesiith a rviewr/t wilt makrsuck1a .propteitiori' shall aeririchhamniocks. widr iL Ve do not pre ft
I hl&ckwood's Magazine( b tvpg att exact fae-simile and aiswer the said bill,or iff default thereof he renioval of these ravages entirely:bnt of te to death The*spirit of- Indian hoslilityf mate.it Pers:8hi 'bf eiid to give any opinion o8ncharplan tE feasibility oSdt&er.it

| f the Edinburgh editieo Tbey embrace the the same will.be.and' all taken the ,matters confessed tfn3 things Against therein ihemi the -State. ; .rttq.. x ...rjtf OJB>-* .... far>:.,. put therefore,' .as slumbeifd but eveir-been-they.deplore'th'af" .. Its success-- oold prove to th .. .
as.
I views of the three great nj jtipjn.Eug1anduToTy alleged '
Whig, and Radical. "Hackwood" and the aid a decree rendered accordingly. .in A single interview with President. of extinguished And'the Governor of FTOridaj' have vieitedlhe wople.'of! FloridaJhal thern iiSjaomel element TW! .
I"London Quarterly** are Tory* the "Edinburgh Given under my hand, Filatka,in the eirouit* ialfai, ) hour// v'tWiily opportunity weinjoj'w in-;common with the citizens geflcral/y has regret that 80'j the charaeEr.oftei4e'ofwbicb, i
(Review" Whig; and the Westminster? Review". aforesaid;this-20th. .day of April, A. D. 1849.'r*' of conferrtng'wTtn him pe'rebrially believed that'there would'be areto'aTcf en the attention of We'haveTteinaine profoundly; ig ;' *'
IRadiwiL The "North BrtbHKeview".is| more THO. DOUGLAS, >eore he left the seat of government''on1 his ta.tbe ne Bat whilevwema admire the vor* .
lostilitles these had
as soon as wily
I.f religions character, been originally savages
a having .TwLe; 4 northern tour. On such an occasion weepuld of the undertaking ancerely tnut&
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sdited by Dr. Chalmers;a1 i) njc-w, since his death, YiTungblbdtlJ- clerk of' the' Circnit recruited 'tneeupply1 of mnmunitiQnj and, savages enturelyi
Ill Robert not hope do, more ijihaa.learn, the fiiHyconvinced! the President-. not 6'"diverted frDia -
tp
b ing conducted by his gjii-ia-law, Dr. Hanna, Court for the counties of Alachua and Levy do updri the slihtes hint that (ftc pianof .sen4
I associated with Sir DavKf BrcitBter. Its literary hereby certify that the foregoing order -is a cor- f jews he himseirenitertaine2"certainly'npt toliable ing 1/thin IVSi ica-still jiersevc'd,i'n For, come'at lastP'The hergetic m sures aa tYe usually beeu- I.ti

I 1 afearacter is of the. ,very. hitiieet rr j"iorder. rect'copy of an order suede and now. on J Je in.iny 4o infiuenee him fto' any change oi! be it kept in mind, that in Gen.:WorthV talk; easier and better in like cases -* -

PRICES (IF SUBSCFISTEir FOR EARLY.- ) office. mdii ationof such-views; if not 4n?accordance sent io Billy Bowlegs by Fosse Hajo21st while furthef ,3iVVere-we to venture anyuesfionidn> a -
\' '* In testimony whereof. I''hereunto set'triy hand. with lhos0. t->vas our-duty-to present the4ifcurty 5ubjccL, ff so much 'difficnifriand delicacy -****<
: .A\ D; f&ly, 1842 which led1 to the'iHhorough ?
of ,
For any one of the 4 raykpvs, $3 per.annnm; and seal of office, 4his2Sth day April, Iiikeinainer .later of ''*
days ,whenypurieath of two operationwouLfseemfo 3
,.some upon'the .the following p4f r
for any two, five dollars; ft>r apy three, seven dol- 1849. ROBERT YOUNGBLOOD, Ckrk.. ication he shortly afte?announced, itT $as likei sue41 iIX4I
ilan; for all four of the rertiWg, eight dollars; foackwood'a May 3-4m ,- ._. -r- t ahid'Teisure"'arrorueu" is] an *..opportunity distinctly'stated,that,yrhile their Giat.th- Governor and bur ns mot ''la insure
Magazine, uree dollars; for Blackwood pf6cein'gyou; it enabled! usr to learn, -a the thn recent Indian -First of all, on eithen panto'tstab- 'IIik
) \vouldpr6vJde a
President
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and three reviews b>4 dollars; for Black- LAST NOTICE little more in detau'the'plans' 'the President -* sr home, i inthe Westaiid jhem to | extehsjve spirit such a chain of'postiathC Secretary1 ofi'TJ T of

lyrood and th four reviews!t rf dollars per aannm.fayuentt T 0 ARMED OCCUPATION SETTLERSUNDER.THE1 ; but .w$.entirely; failed. to: impress on to it left'to adyis thelif vn free Choice pjpve be''si/fiposed/ either .ordered in1842 to* anned *ertnv*$ ,0't' -
ARMED OCCUPATION yet itjwas o> '
to be made inWZ emu in advance. ACT The ..nndereirned, Agent .of-the Interior, you that !some ,change, of them would ..be.nore to #> or sld'i/as they prefer red.\, '. ir- Florida'or, owing a larger;force than hj 4 gnated-tayf ".-* &&*

REflITI8' ;will attend at the following places, pa thee days likely to' attain the' object' which"he.haJ The.Secret ryoLWar, in his order toj Gen; by.the President, ,) ; ? "
specified below,to take and receive proofs' by depositions In view.vVe. -a"1" i "! bat eqj.dangerous ,the heart of their ccmnirair makia lhe"2 '
Consisting of back volun
works, via: BenUojTI Miscellany; the Me- ind occnpat ion of all'persons i wh.."obtained pep- to b pn>tbe.part'of tbe Prefeident.aswell ties to be sndeddircts'that*" f ofiosts opening'sceriea'm'' l dr steamers for 80 or 100 IdB.} -the. %
Uropolitan Magazine; the SJubJin University Masxine mils under the act. Congres* entitled "An dot should. be establwhe4nd'i kept .up
; Black wood's Magi jd tie( the London the to provide for the armed occupation and settlement ) as yourself, either, a misconception> of arbund the b & 'assigned to'the Indian, utter treache'ry'arid Qperatipnsr7-penetratingtt4nr"* ,"_*'**,
Jdinbnrghthe Foreign mrteriy,and the WestMinster of the unsettled part of the Peninsula of Florida," the object of Goy. 'Moseley rihj.calling, piit and.that "a force equal.gfrleasi'two, regi' nole."/ pursning jhem in'every rectwn; onta '
Reviews. Any o44 wibsoribing to Blackwood approved 4th August, 1842, and who were ccn- volunteer militia 'else a'disjositibn not to retimed in'FIorifor; that cent outrages give re 'j
or to one ofthe 4evi.in'g( at 3 dollars a pants under that act and the amendatory thereof recognise; tipproverbr in any-J-way' stistain, mente"-should be of a hostile spirit, der.and emigration; brx tof; ,Wch *,'itfai- *' jj-
>
I Jane 15th, 1844,and who settled or And this i precautiqn yas-thea '
year, or to any two of the rio what he bad done,, And deem it important 185 'befoft ) ; as fsj9'&i ;
act, and did not voluntarily as we there less
will receive of of under said
[ gratis, oxfc v$ ujde ny the pre- occupied used, whenit was supposed were, fiHj VAtlfft_ *4 '*VCT. *
attacitoa *-foierril1aband of ( : *>a tff* ,
abandon the same, but continued to }hat the views'we, have endeavored Indian
iami above named. A pibflcnber to any three relinquish or than''one hundred warrigrsi? t-ij tj '
U4
[ fthe periodicals at .7 domanial year, or to the 4 reside on said frontier south of the line dividing to present should be liable to rio misconcep- tedious but this- short ernm'eftt Inspector ) to want them dQvrii, c4te md. brings
I rtviews.at 8 dollars, will "Deceive: TWO premium Townships number'nine and ten,south and east of tipn/but may'yet'reccive*rjareful considera- We regret to appear er-in-law, were ; *-?(The chun of posto cir 3 : :: "
in the act of 1842, thereby review ol, the past seemed necessaryto a
I volumes as above. A subMnbCr to Blackwood he base line specified the Presidents and hifl Cabinet' furnish to these hunt4jmartieplacess
lib& we sufferers. The
end three reviews, at 9 dowi\ !a year, or to the aiding to effect the objects'of said act, viz : by clear understanding jth relation in which sere1d'rneans 'of"t .
14 reviews and Black wood,!at 13 dollars, will re-- Newnansville, Alachna county, $fjn Monday, proceed to. submit 'them' in a more- durable he Government stands to these Indians,, as : Pease Creek, wife retreat.wtifnjoverpo' !

|eive THREE premium voloites.8O 7th Mayi .' .. ,orn. ju.,, 4V.. St.John's county,'on- Tueeday & & ? a 1aIt
At St. Augustine1, theorigin'of eregarde
..Permit us first to recur for a moment to licensed under the inanity
PUate be particular mmyiine the prtmi- 15th May. f .p"<* i the wisest course for the.future. ,, .\ 5.'
frbia3'
urns dttirtd and the works *abtcribtd this war with"the Semmnoleindians, in1ornied of oftheVnited St reward for the eopturVpf
I for. At Pilatka, Putnam county,,en Tuesday, 22d .uAsspoa as Gov.'MoseUy was instanc
CWBBI4. Mtay.' which broke out in the Summer of 1835, was he murder and robberf1 committed by the In : ana understood siaugAjarid ?Fewa4tzLp.ly ,ALt'TI (

At 'Mellonville.*''Orange" county, on Tuesday, waged until August, ,1842; then suspended dians oil the.J3th ol July uponl the settlers as, bold.an act' or them1lu"| ofnon-cmMfante.S 4 S if. bp.t ,Iaitswill

Four copies of any or atypf.the above works 29th May. 18th by General Wprth,.,wjio. assigned jiim ts$othose. 'Indian; River, he ordered out two jcompanes P : -S z
will be cent to address nte of the At Ocala Marion county, .on Monday; ; -
one
[ payment reg.ularsubscript.iou who refused to emigrate;, this puspen; present sub-ageut ; grate%
of tn6nnted militia one tocee&to.tEeupport ..
volunteers,
I for three-ft fuorth being fane. --: -
copy fcjon contintting'until'Jnly, 1849, when. hos. wobld" have cale.,, 'Ia- S Li.ad ,
:
Cratli. _i At Lake Lindsay,Benton county, on Monday, bftne'seftlers onthe At-? &
*No premiums wilt Mpt>M Mere the above 25th June.- tilitiesaVe beti'rethtthed by'tbemWehavead antic and near Lake Monroe'and Foft PaihV"jorming'6ur \- store had mi-sC : .Thel p'e Jy fore ;# sO'
WOUUNCC i* madt 'to dub* tar will premiums in At Fort Fanning, Levy county,on Monday 9th a sev nyearrMolloe&-by'ft ;Southeastern ftont1er4he BtocK'of goddsl among them, and an open that
,
any case be famished. nnUes; the subscription ispaid July. ,, -."lUAcjlUv- 't'u"T ; t 4 seven_years' armistice, oEqW pcLIcend41oW ;' first-a'work of treaty-tori removal must-J4fl4jD, CZU2ed-
in fall to M .jwb/ih rij without recourse to At Tampa, Hillsborough. county,, onMondayi. th to march' giad the .
; 'Lie'iJ' -' 'I -' "! aeairi by war4, butnt and wh fi ; : witl.be most; humane.
a afttit. % f'j 30th July/ t,. vrf> i;: **- tlethehtaTetten&ng fron'iJi( hepuck-sasse tq ;
S1 At- Key West,,Monroe. county, n-Monday, pllt.was the settled pol4cy pf. our governmenty Sara-Sota,'on the ufof, 'Mexico,1 which trpopsSnd becaus the quickest nt4: f de.patckr
EARLT ccL 4, 18th August. *. .- ,during General TJacksori's'AdmihTslra- very plain that ng ,,'Any..fbr attvpptt'w sdt_
Miami Dado county, on Monday,20th Au S form[ pur outh western!rontIerAnd1hel.the' with h4mnwil1 onlYr ?
A late arrangement with-ti*'British publishersTBlackw.o's At tiotcend off these Indidfts (and all others received he'f iirpier iritelligerice* ans": were eofted disguise'.or temporize ; ; : fw

Magasme sejairrfi to us early sheets gust.At Fort Pierce.. ? St. Lncio KafTl county, on Monday3d 7 living East t qf/thej Mississippi) .toa .ACW of the Gpvernpr: Indian attackrat, Ifase! Creekt bn the On'the'hight'of-th stimalats their opposition -b plan ofcf* .
I of that work-by which wq 4h4U be able to place September: -*'" "" '( -V'J vJ country be'assigned Iherrjju the W.est.In'irarsuance stabllshed there for distinctYv- % ering-iojards is approTed, jufft was tttgges j3 iMted.bent1emea
i the entire number the b4.IAiot subscribers be- not had iTth July, at'ihe.torej conaeCt4i&1h Ubq 4i
: All persons interested,and who have already pf his policy, a treaty ansi at the' house
I tore any portion of,it can lb reprinted in any of have their witnesses Indian trad 'iider the uthbrJtyjpUhejUnited.State8 -; ctmOwIe4ea3Nt S
to muclpxperjencp
lie service "and
I th. American journals'. FtJrJ t iw and other advantages made their proof, are requested' to-proYetheircases been efl cted'u4th? IM Sefiiinole' Chiefs fbr killing two-of theuiinatetv agd'wbiindipfi distance'' The ; haying
and"'come prepared .
secured-t. oar sbstjribers, we pay so fujly ready.Severs on lands heretofore,mmurveyed the;removal bfciheir{tribes,!'in183 1834 S two others, who escaped, and 'ofa was destroyed,. ;' rof i the Seminblr
large a consideration that< U raise the prioe-of the martifae.. Therefore we their Iabd' "" -'. '.' .- : '- tndians'eadc4thqjU1MIeflt -of thi .trea.y, fiirthe from the thein9rning6f consideration>which'w e14tfl4 lp not claim aa'i i
[ epeat "sabb early whtit price it tow!" 0 '. HUGH ARCHER, *" nd.prevailed oii the agent, Ge'n. Thompson upon another settlement eight miles Settlement (camps : h'a Jii'ofiginated Nyith out il u 4nlating t''d 'thst
Remittanoes commnulAiUons should be always More he deteTminedtocallputvalsoyitwocompanies IIsSt .i5lct
and Deu" I
vthflt9riOr. tb
6'i'f'i fgset Clrich'"lhe"$ 1J.VS.Offiin5- ,We.'vpe-aatonished to I $
'fl
and Gen. the
for further ,sto re j keepers
tn ulced militia se-
addressed: or to the pub- June 23 1849. of infantry ,
,. ._
of Ii
1 "LEONARD WOTt mand' extend the Jtime"ontil! November, lad partment having charge ,
ushers, & CO:, 3-41Odt lo urged wounding a -
OfWnltftAktW, New-York. ; May : : jaw.vln June 1835 lherefwaa 2:rencoutreibejATOeivthirfy irty and. deIencejIe.feit1etotnts omcer-ir>. CUUhJiLULL_ _- iLITampa l' baira of whiskey i not regard the general las fc5CongrM| :twf&.ci at fc <

- ..- --- ; iI : ,-* D -i v' *"Notice.""' r ; Indians and ajparty of "whi.te UeCausemO Majf4lrJrns plainly>indieated, inhJ well known.. i trade and intercoursi Kfitn| lAs Ilidi LJ' '
,- .
;aply- .the ) the' latter 'were, ans, aa being in Jorce whh fesjccttotheSerm'noTes'Jri -'
Heretofore rneri"iir WiiicB three,7oft drink .and
)
,
.1OTICE1'th pai.tsII ii ezunder' SIX-inonthsttfter-daWMro batjthesefvattacka were strong ,
for a fln.alacquittance : li official report; | i th-
Jtrm Wodnicd. 'GeChh'ftit'the Hida'We .W appoied
.A isting between lu14eibers, the "On the1 24th, .
on the Estate of James Sapp, deo'd, ; for jlunde ort etjrejxenge
of LEWIS-Cbust' | is his mIsed"td onlycommitted ,,, aft'thesd laws were fully| Cognized
c Cow. AST, day late of said ''. tW fWiW t Chiefs irt.ouncilV'andlhey; r 'proba'b1yhave leen a patty of :
4iaso1vedbymntealonaent.lf. ) ., -county.EELIX GU1GER,4nx,. iye Ibdsel. eng&gfed iri''theabbveaffa5ri and might very >*'t foregone this ( iad&of force by the organi$W an4 anwnd iterritbryUadej '
up Indians'
1 'LEws-c L13 4. ) Adm' ? thab4j-.uffi done,by the same four But itls I Isevpn e&Iawe foetablishingJyrerament; ist&ir bas
I GeJiCH/icU4l rcien
} / 'i "omariSeStfl'ntfircalliloi"
1EDWAR, LET HER.-4 M & ,P V'' The Fri9rypJ -Si ,1 li I
1 Fel8' force to crush oil those jc4p jnaij sow ,- ,
( I aid irernnaa1ofisQ1e8s'
,. ) ; : t sitib'n'to'become error,
---. anyfli frWe\5e. l report ihemselvep to the United States of- tre kftenn4 '1smssdi
.- x :r1rCIRCUL4R ; -. q ro Hli' ;uMtrignedhavIng Notie .b. e:. ., 9!aShfVfc &tzt 1 ;iIfinz b11ftM' *---**'- iieertith fi .iommand at -Ajjguslinejjind at CXUCUAllUWe xfc and intetcoe4 .

:JL S. AgcuethepreWctU1LLimbeit'PO* jtoijoKa to r -- ,yortBrook LTampa.And if th se officer "rules an articles ieibthlrdenttt

The subscrhW'rJspeictf..., annoirQces to ti the'Government land*4n thei Uautl ., p fbej OClViCCO 1U4apSfaryi 2Mts w ti-
*vw ** ** *' ""r UOIh 3Y
CLU W $
friend bbUethMb4 wIli ntinueLh. Ftorl4arhercb/1antions from1 HJ* -j tZf ge
and East ; fcir'persorir tertaijieAever 2N Befencesto{ reP acfeordteglyiV'or'elsef *iayI( iQ'd'td4t
war
same line oftba.JxnutU> Business, at No. 141 Nassau 4treetklch,4iu'been xI9loWed to nrifiedlffBthe/joint3 desigtfaie j Long sund;adeen4ih *tIadian ..bsl1speoffOtl
'c$ ti J Ja and!
: 'rr refroid 'rbit ,RiTtt sri1 '
fl been jAndih/ey -
pursued by Jbo.JaU $ I Having rcgto the oil issued.eachJCaptoitt. AiiXiOD a4b..sr -
il&rly bred to the I$ &s,1P4IO4:. which is Vis Ai1tE1Not1I'b: on thurtofLkUkuWllulebtore0th wmmitted|by.tS'& ; *

'experi noisiCh s1tebflee f ttommnoe-' fc by.giwiu JM 'i hex.sPt *w ,di
menthe feeiaxxteJUUnt.tbhe 1 can bflr tolas 'r irationofalmonthsfroralfiMflst47l stall
:
jnt'tc4tLIn tance
patrons sd4&.teii&be irimaryobtbe ji4 to the udgefthe urtiDfx baf for op9ettfXvi' ohaItre1l thdc; 'Mie1y rstrlelkbt -fr := t :; Siti
1njnr
ject of this establishment wlf \ pabUeauparaach' 4 P0Lzlty! to be, t &ri'e I3I or.caituke Ino
and sal of R lgl3ns Books' as are oIthestat4of'Jbhi .- .
adapted to ibV Baptist dei 4aasortmentofySatbaUtWb *t3iatio .* L4'large dOceaiedull jij/J.EWI j 8IQILIIAdiflrbf aIh4n4 t14s foe*"." cmI e 'o bTOt b
4> .ks will U kept, the tste ofjohn B.Chr1s4oe ,dec 4'iiTMZO1 vere Oa $ rneiJiutders
ii4 to this drieit: *,seaaoti1 wiU i Pebrnary14..m.- ii'ibd'mdutrT'gr vm' ltyl '
;aId If irpksiiibaMr .1.- t, T .- r lles piftMe these limits:' 'wdispob 4is
Ubrs07 _iurchit*,,new ., ai, wl fo'ward ; -' ffemt&h dAlyvae tc'hn lUjl -- -'
their tuSi bQ* I tbe- 'tLperaons indebted tothe EsfTha c5' c- -
w4oniMane
rKImILheitilertthftirth -
already rsasii
tentlon,and the aeleotion illi ,sW.&Uy sde daeWMdjftnnereby required'to make-imm tl&egF ePresilt uda1 ti&aj
Also wUl U J ablanbooks, and payment totMsnbseribei1: Mid all lMn1 b1n& 3JaeP1orda ei'; Seak6 ,
taUonery of every napr marc demands sgMist aa1ijetst. are'sepeet4tq .cU % the Federal Government to ..forVr $ In conattion' sistamfl to
n :
same w1t1id'tbflimeteaorIbed btwd / i _
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lit. en com dance, FLORIDA -REPUBLICAN. IMRA1flROiLTAMPA.' ; M0SLLi'ijywaltareJriiik ing ambaasa1orating at thepolut, of .
their'lite- unual : On&,all 'question. "
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whicb,toot place!iibootjthe; full moon (5th i; **-f.', | rffr ( ...1'.1.. } :cr' jzve bowie knife: bfefifte calm,-w ne.iii
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furnishes i ; ; ,
.f JtHyY-when th$yottij\g\ men, who hateattained' Thursday, September 13,1840.: |TXe1subjo5ned Intelligence feojne 1"' ExxcvTlyzOrncr. ,lJ' of tfernatlb tedlirpacinc.I
i announcement first made _j beard ( *t'h Dt o '
the propdtage Und proficiency, are confirmation: ofi1ie FloridiJnIy 28I$49. ai 1 walfaw which America bet

S I I S i admitted as warric. \*:,h |:.would have seen wtcYri: iNsiiatIon : !it' ,' by the, Tallahassee-& tmt,;.t1 at':;General, His Excellency Ta4 Z. TAYLOB, dan ,Would,that h.supporters b milennial dfilixed $ blush !.i i______
'
-obtained: bad M t on.y
I j the assembled nation a correct -., Twiooshad recommended acceptance:of President States., it t. Would they scorn. n _
!. i knowledge of their- numbers) and probably .Countjr Offiecn. believed arne their wbserrieney to it,was ; *'Bxp.Jitt'
We have a
hare ascertained\ 1} 1; there ,was any. ,.-. the Volunteers.' never Sir H'hasten toidviseyoivof the fact of e i'wb n, ; :
general spirifbf hositility: Uie nation, which .The Whigs- of Do vail County are requestedto that the Government had determiner i l irTany the reccnt.attack by the Indiana upon l the as.now,.que, ti nbJ ,,1 t onfirmed., D 9

I manifested itself a.J tw t my 9 after.on IndianS assemble at their respective precinctsn future event;to refuse their services. Indeed; i DCIUCIB*tu*."_IIV M.',irutUn."_. River.";"" Te enclosed The WholeEvidence-the"Ne Charleston C writing on t 3d last.under'the .' :
Hirer and Peaie (freek.' ana: if so. mieht -- j -
Union i fqmishalltbepaXtiCITLThisstate :
remark in the Washington we printed slip
I Uyeput the white !:most" exposed on their Saturday, 15th inst., and select delegates! to from a wl I fully anticipated, Elee.t disclosed IY".'The to land -, ...':

guard. We shall::jbe.:.most. happy to findS attend a Whig Convention, at the CourtHouse infer that. .the.. possibility' from'of'.their.the first.swptanc.has That a will be thing myleters'to ha 'Prid!nt We'prenme'wehv now before'us te .ly fifty frt, c"terswhhagood aupply .:1

f ourselves ut5tke-tnit! fear that such in_Jacksonville, on Tuesday, the l&th been contemplated Polk and to our Stora an whole eje c t e of Florida : fad ,*InitiOD, he whole,to.b*" '
of,residences by the'agent cannot *.jfl f *f -- -t "" ,7 papeX; in detailing communications! made"f' :to ,herewith .
5' change ; September, to nominate Candidates, for_County to Congress, copies ,.are U. S. We hit .fuHrpr'o"Me'HIEa j ,Gent Lopez. .They1' tJias1
dri.I "
.\ now be effected in safety;*:unless the late outrages its i editors"by'Messrs. Thompson and.Whither : furnshe. For the last three year it seems expected revolutionary '
are not only Disavowed by the chiefs, ,Officers for the approaching Election. (\\"ar .entertaining ; hare within their raised I' large the
:. "The Secretary not'rzned .addition to the flag was *' 2
but the perpetrators!;promptly delivered'np.We ,The Whigs of the County-generally, are says is limits, but on the repeatedlycommitted the General Government/in would;irally : pr-o even p- "|
the outbreak not
j now endc x our-'.au\hority from the requested to attend the Convention of delegates -. the opinion that acts of theft upon the' property. of "pregnant" letter ofG6VMMiLTY.t6the; : army, which cortsms rn 15,0' Spanish soldiers ;**f

Governor oLFloridaL to represent his views on the 18th. 9- general nor'serious, refuses to sanction the whites.' The white settlers bare heretofore Secretary of War. We bav?.earefully com who arr ttt ted', ,-would. re'f**

\ to the Preaident of Ijie' United States. We call for volunteers by the Governor of the been restrained'from taking the means the latter with: the reply fuse to serve ag hitt them' -. ,:-

L : did not present thie papejr; at our first and The Sentinel states that ,Gov. MOSELEY: State, or' to receive them into the service of of redress in theiroW' an unwillingness pr admit that/not rtrt -theM '! "This plan was Cewever,abandoned by the '
only interview, witfr the;(President, becausehis on., their part to embroil ;the coun- ( leaders after firkig that very efficient aid '
credit ,
S has negotiated a loan, on his'private the United States, until regulars get into '
other engagements limited it to half an : try in another Indian war, and by the hope new. element" to which,Mr. CiUwro- D refers could be obtained this country, by givingthe .-
I hour, and we did hoi wish' to embarrass it of$20,000 from one of the Banks of Charleston the field that the Federal Government would speedily is to be found in the?letter of the Gover- enterprise,a taore American character." i'

L with aDV formalities!! to secu're the payment of.the Volunteers, From th* WaJntta. Times,6th mtt. make the necessary.arrangements for His Excellency, aaSwtf-.be seen, The th [ (adds thewriterrn'n, !
t'L We nw respec41y' request that tbis com- while in the service of the State.. Arrival from Tampa. their protection and, security against the.incursions nor of the deg !ore '
weft
the President merely/details the'pss delinquency :t 2,9 .armed, and
bsubmitted nothing was
! ttanication rnay to of the Indians.', Asyet : i' ;!_ i.
I; : at your earliest convenience. Witn it, we We learn that Mr. CABELL has addressed The Florida Volunteers Mustered into the U. has been done by.the .Genera1t Gvrmet last! administration invokes.immediate action equipped, with a|] ood supply artillery: ;. t

close our official relation to the subject, under a letter to the Gorernment;.advising the ac- S.,Service by Gen. Ttci g'.- although the authorities tbi ,by the expresses the'b ;; uneif|i -American commander; ;:r
the authority now presented, and beg that The sloop Enterprise, Captain MOORE;arrived active in advirinjfthe public and the authorities prsent-n p& n
1 the determinations erf the President may be I ceptance of Volunteers.Col. on Monday from Tampa, which place at Washington of the necessity for the that, speedy measures.of';;protection.will landing wtd, I.It.S. probably> bare, b. 1'.),___,
I II
t, forwarded to Gov Rfoseley, or his successor, J. P. Sanderson, who arrived here on she left on Thursday last.. Capt.. MOORE adoption of some measures for the defence and afforded our people 'He dwells! forcibly up made on the soutp'4e t< of the island* c.,

I at Tallahassee, Ftntada.We reports that Gen. TWIGQS was about to muster security of settlers in the Peninsula-:: In evi on the old element of Democratic sloth, their'force wonM t .ve heen'immediately'ini'creased : :

S have tbebrnor; to be,. Friday last, to make further provision for the volunteers:-' nto service, and had call- denceof, this I refer your,Excellency to an has nothing'wbich can;:be tortured into a by the ac 3' laion of large_n
I With bighconsideration, supplying the Columbia co. volunteers, reports ed upon the General Government for an en- extract from last annual message, and to mbror
Your ibtdient servants, that on the march of the command from tire volunteer force, believing them to be,the resolutions of my the Assembly of\this 11 new element," unless it b his brief remark enthusiastic creol A \ I they met, m :

; !r'JENJ..F. %WHITNER Newnansville to their present position, (Fort only kind of troops! with which to operatein State upon the subject Gener; copies of which are that be "thought it-riecessary tbjorder.out resistance, and gtt sinto,a perilous positxnt,' ?

*. :*.. A. THOMPSON. Reid, near Fort Slellon,) they saw evident this country. Nothing further. had been herewith-- two companies of mounte mel. t aid in de their friends i in'c4 t] United Statesrwere:ex- L.
heard from the Indians For the temporary defence of the people fence of the raise 5 tcsistible! popular:clamor -
to
$
have been
We understand t letters received signs of Indians. Numbers of plantationswere the Indian and sters. pct ar
,
uponthe
from our yoi ing friends, R. B. Maxwell abandoned. Capt. Knight's company From' the fhridian f'JcmrMl,8th intt. residing evidence near of outbreak boundary and violence on the We have! acquitted Gov.- MOEEY f, 4!jfroni every port 'of thei ,

Wm. M. Footman, and G. O. McMul- New from Capt..Tohtt.on.Capt'ELIJAH before of wild goose chase in this matter Union thousands volunteers would '.
consists of 71 men,fit for duty; Capt. EUis's part of the Indians which I have me, any Jo t3 '
kn-whom, if wej! collect right, left Fort : JOHNSON, who left here 'not I have thought it to order out two with the lights then before us."'With thnow' rush to. their f\ fast as wind and- .
Smith (Arkansas)'about the 1st of April, en of 60 men, 56 fit for.duty-Capt. E. still re- necessary ri a [
since with his for Tampa, has mounted to aid in the .de
men
for CaUfprnia,! via ,Santa Fe. Their long companies men before us, we, regret to be compelled to steam could 4em. In this way
route cruiting. CQb
written back that he arrived safely on the fence of the settlers., It cannot be expected cr :
_ _ tendered
He has
letters bear date 4 ,!rOfJU1Yt at that place- to much retract that acquittal. a they said, revolutionized. in
29th August, and proceeded immediately that our people ,shall wait patiently a
Wet. 5-
for in the a few vicinity days of to'rhich$tepa're they for had the stopped further This section heavy has been visited for some I the Manatee settlement, where be is now longer for the action pf the Federal 'Govern 'programme of operationsto the General Government I gle cpaig.I |Hi|| f.":

stationed. He had seen Gen. Twiggs, who ment. Unless they have some assuranceS of -a "new.falgle sne, however. has been 1
prosecution! f.thi5; jouiney. There are weeks with heavy torrents of rain almost advised him as to the disposition best to be from that they must either ppton"- Te
quarter
in this escorted protection "new element"-although frustrated the J&mpt: actiot of our Government. .; -
400 by a by
some mpany daily. It is stated that in many places the made of his Company. The General 'freely their settlements, or take the .mptomof I
company of U. Jtjltroops, commanded by ther is to be found in his it is <
t all in fine interior ioads are submerged. There has expresses his desire'tbat the Volunteers means of redress in their own hands. an Ili .
Cant. Massey. Tbj FY wee spirits this absence which has j us to :
should be taken into the United States service The of this largely inter- very u'c
: and in the enjoyment cf good health. The been some rise in the St. John's, and we are people Stat so "The pitiful jn that our citizens are'
and he is disposed to enter with vigor ested in that section expect immediate look elsewhere for what the Secretary in his .,
S of the for the sake of Florid i in by *
actuated
remainder j&rney,
j
expedition -
told that the Lakes above are swollen that only
: so the duty of removing the Indians. He action the immediate pver.
upon on The latter
letter refers to. :
,was to bekterformed) on pack mules tat says, and that they
; the alligators have to high and to bad sent Casey to see what was intend shall be will be
by this time they are:at the place of destina- go dry Capt. action readily suggested "I think it will be a subject of regret, at a share of and beans, is
.. tion. iT.!l bask. As we go to press, it is literally pour- ed by the feathers, &c., at the door of the by ).Qur1 who are so well acquaintedwith a period when the United States were aboutto of the govern! of theRepnb-

I Soon after they;:had pitched their tents ing down. Spaniard, Phillippee the but the Johnson result was not I country and the character of attempt the peaceable removal of the Indians worthy lic in whose ,-TAYLO :-'
known at time wrote. here
T : there came a company' of about 200 Caman- Capt. these Indians. re publc'impression from Florida, with the hope and probability is citizens of his
Other mention that friend- TAna
the Indians dashing:'upon them :but before ASDCCTION-almost.-Rather a novel case Indian correspondents had in but nothing could'a be seems to be pnt security of success, that the..authorities of I an igncMft pack to worship'the
come the lives and set-
reached their the white has been of ly to would'seek" substitute another asid be insulted in return* ''
they camps, flag was adjudged by one our county that State to idol Whiggery
from him. He
I raised as a signal of(|' peace and friendship. magistrates within the last few days. Whilea learned the outbreak, and all pretended efforts to ignoranceof gather ten in. that country until the Indians are re elemnt an pl at hazard that which ap- :it [Jacksonville Newt.Tbatyarnwillto .

They describe the turn as being large andS New York brig was lying: at wharf here, from him what his Nation is at, failed. 1 have no time to write farther upon this i object of deep concern to lYorsdaandaiso tell to the marines, .
fierce, and the womei, it is said, ride better a duty of the States-
and use the lasso with more skill than the delivering her cargo,a dealer who had goodson 0... Terrible Steamboat Kx subject, except to express the hope that the the REMOVAL of the Indians Unite fr soil of but not to the vdler\ !"
Twlgg-
S men-all mounted be,. fine horses.Tallahassee. board entered the hold. The mate, who ploclon I Federal Authorities will,adopt such speedy the former." .
measures of protection to our people, that MzuzLLeSept.5,1849.Arrival
!:f;?.c, Ii t Sentinel. was above, closed the hatches on him and J. M. Baker, Esq., has kindly furnished the tide of immigration which is now flowinginto a The letter of the Secretary closing with of the l4mbia .Tiaojpe at ai-

1,{ f': SOME or THE V F J QTs.-wt: year, when detained him in the hold for half an hour,despite us with. the following extracts of a letter the Peninsula may not be checked by a this extract is dated the 7th of August. The eU.a. -

.f the Genera Government was in the hands of his appeals to be released. When the from Tampa, dated the 3d inst., received by \\t of confidence in the ability or incUa communication of Me THOMPSON and Mr. EDITOR: OuI1rursday\ the 29tb :of '.

,'(, modem progrefsiv democracy' farmers inS dealer was set free, he caused a warrant to him on Tuesday last: tio of the Federal Government to afrd a- Warrant is dated the 15th,but it is merelyan August, our CItiZ'of this vicinity,were .
';, Georgia could get four, .five, and six ple security to the that shall very much relievrajn# their feelings,
qty a'
"I >. cents for their cotton Ii Now the article readily be served on the mate, who was required to "This morning I have seen Gen. Twiggs, b fully protected i seter. lives and ,pro epitome of views which had been broached many of them bav$3iturned to their ,

. 1 commands nmetn! and eleven cents in give security for his appearance of some two and from what I can judge, he does not perty. in penn conferences before. Those in OO"O.c o of two cp

' it ::" Macon, Augusta artd: Savannah. We do hundred dollars, and in default was committed. agree with Secretary Crawford but says the Very respectfully, gentlemen were in Washington when the !

i ::'t' : not say that a Wh'ijt administration is1 the He,will probably be released on his Secretary has been have misled all by reports that W. D. MOSELEY. Secretary's letter was written, and as they under the ra. Knight a ,'
been
fls!;, r sole cause of this rise! in cotton, but it has the depredations done by a Lieut. Jones, pL yet having "' ,
own recognizance before the departure of few Indians, not acknowledged by the rest bad a brief interview with the President,
!q; i .- unquestionably I hadij its influence in bringing We are happy to be found agreeing with h rived. He rem fill his comas ,
t f it about.-Ddton E(sle.\\\,\ the vessel. The amount of it is that the of the tribe. His opinion is different. Capt we think it not unlikely the Secretary was pany. I would h M remark, without -
I I sailor and the law have both had their joke Casey is now down in the territory with the our neighbors of the Floridian and JoT informed somewhat of the proposals they fear of contradictioju bat there cannot b t -
; ) black interpreter, to try to ,have a talk with to the of the action of
t i THE YELLOw"Fqr..a AT H.U.AXA.-The as, propriety finer or bett.t mounted set of
the latter the best of it. looking m
-though got were instructed to make, and bad,allusionto
j disease considerable inS the Indians. When he returns I will give i of than those ,
prevails to ; extent MoE in calling out yoluntrs- the produced in the Stf t i For
;- <. ,;. Havana, bat from ih J papers does not seem The catterpillars have made their you all the information I can obtain." of southern settlements. But them.i his letter to the Governor. from Columbia ctj44ty.: 'are well 't-

;, :, j to be so intractable i j 6S usual., Out of 1,305 in appearance "On the 27th ult., west of Egmont Bay, protection th From the communication of Messrs. T. drilled for Indian figa >ng their sole bb.jectseemstobethetectionofthecitizen *
4':' ; cases which, occurr4t during the month of great numbers on the plantation: of a large steam vessel, the Mary Kingman, we a not_willing to acquit that paper alt and W. we extract the following : \a *, "

July,only 71 termini fed in death. Throughout Maj. Hayward, in the vicinity 'Tallahas: chartered by theGovernment, to carry to this gether of partisanship in its strictures on Secretary leaving their C441Ort out therqnes-: t .

,ffl the remainder of the Island of Cuba, for see. They have also been discovered in place 110 mules and 20, horses, having on _CRAWTORD'S letter, because it so "Were we to venture any suggestions on a 'on They are ow, wiw :but one or two u .*

,f;'1f, the same time, there*were but 130 cases:and less quantity on other plantations; but thereis board about 33 persons, teamsters and promptly disclaims such influence. Either subject of 1 muc' i1ulty. a delicacy, tions, all young and jMhletie men, well:
'4' five deaths;" i i! bands, exploded one of her boilers,by which one of the pla operation cutated for the Iab4ff*. t,
'' no longer any doubt of the fact of their 19 men were killed and 8 ounded-the latter it has manife partisan bias, amounting to ou1 seem to us mort likely t insure suc engaged in' Capt. light ser.they, _

( ; DEATH or THE HoR I&WAID J.BLAa.It .- appearance, andwill in a few days be'ableto brought here> of whom- two have died bitters inregard to the course of the General First of all, on either plan t establish officer, is d termipetJ leaveNil mo- no stone un- '.

I.i';U is our painful tasij"YzI the Augusta Constitutionalist enter upon their work of destruction.In since. All the. horses and mules were so Government, or it wofully remiss such a chain of posts as the Secretary of turned to +! and drive the
w tn
1-1i ':'i of the 5th iust. to announce the badly scalded or injured, that they were when Democratic administration War ordered in'1842-to be manned even enemy protetjt boundary, or at .
g I death of the Hon. |Enw.&D J. BLACK, of a paragraph in our last, containingsome thrown overboard." a was palpably with a larger force than he designated, say from the settlementsjfcOn the evening le't. ,

I Scriven county, ageiUeinan of distinguished obnoxious to a the nialedictionswhich 2,000 men; and then, either to send an army the lIr, citizen te ,
particulars communicated to us by Col. The writer also states that the streams troops _CIay, a r ,'..
amva
t talents, and for sevEr years a Representative it has of late uttered. I the letter of into the heart of their country, making the fourteecj iles from this place,.

p : in Congress from:.the. State of Georgia. Bryant, in regard to Capt.Ledwith's company were so swollen by rains, that scouting par-: Gov. MOSELEY, it which it has kindly favored Carotche river (which is navigable was g driven sme from hist&ftxne: by three Indians,,

we stated that the company was quar- ties have been unable to cross. us, of does not disclose the sra' 80 or 100 miles) the basis no doubt with hostM that were .
: Coautlqi||BOM tered six miles west of Fort Mellon. We I of operations-penetrating their setement lurking around his pr intent, althoughthe :

i: Some three or fou!jrears ago,an overwisenius'to were under the impression that Capt. L. had Extract 'of a letter to Col. S Sanderson ttd 'new element" referred to by the Secretary' and pursuing them in evr drecn unt men and horses 're_ worn,dOW fa*' '
arrive at tJ e.:xact number of In- it convicts the they
int of some .
a BUa.E unitio
i Tampa, August 27. Flira'an Joma'of a tigue
crossed the lake and taken this conuent.u'mi
concluded position.
diana in the State he'd count thedifi"erent inconsistency must render and emigration, or twelve at .
l once '
in This is mistake. The No Indian outrage here since the affair on ween.'the.t their heads will 6 te'cptJ
faces they
as |pccasionally; came a company is still on vpon as form an inu ordered detaehmencommand
of itS newborn zeal for a
Pease Creek, nor well authenticated our
t'
to Tampa. One day |B counting a squad of the east side of the St. John's any for twet u
encamped VDL bRt oJI. o of Lieut.'
counts'of in the settlements. Inhabitants -
signs What is the record which the Governor t
I them, pointing his fiut rat each one as he people to bring rng ,
Mr the .
miles from t t Clay's premises/ capture
some Enterprise. an
of
Hillsboro and Benton all in c
44 did so, the ,Indians surmising what be was ___M and for defence. pickets, has against the administratjprf! i..- ( posts, on latter enemy, if possible to: done. On their ar-

: after, blocked, e ganib pn him, for from that We learn that the following nominationswere Dell generally and Fisher prepared have each a mounted Capts.company of Mr. stp state of things 1 fa would furnish to these hunting parties placesof rival atMr. C.'s, th iscovered the tracks

time He had out got no to red 150 Iacestere, an ihere. seen was at that Tampa.number made by the Democrats last Week: on the frontier.. Capt. Johnson,. witha fully anticipated, (he writes,),ASwin be> rt when'overwer necessary. and means humanity of of several Indians aftertime a -.

; I certain...-;Ocala A For Sheriff;A. W. Crichton;Tax Assessor, company of foot, is at Manatee. Gen. from my letters to President. Benj. Frisbee; Clerk, Albert Roux Twiggs is here, with the 4th Artillery and gvng.G than they were com !i t.
; County Senators and Representative'1: Congress.For reward for the of'
1 vz1.uo4-"the ..t't1uzt never sets."- Com'rs, J. P. Belknap; Thos. Hendricks, 7th Infantry. The regulars are being disposed -. i for hi slaughter-capture and no reward in instance ing to the Indians ; :.-"
; : We learn that the W og candidate for Governor Geo. Hartley, of at this place, Manatee., and the the last threegeanjit Indians for the killing of non-combatants.any mode, where it lthe

:, is probably e| ;te4., by the people, frontier. We are all safe here. have not rem el'tin,,their limits, but Indians will voluntarily surrender- and emigrate If VVbile in the act of twe 1. .
"t' which is the firstrne.many; ( years. Professor We learn from the Sentinel that our Since I.commenced to write a friendly In- the contrary committedacts offer them' too rifles\r fired, kno of In-. .'
on a
: IS S MEACUAM is eugcted to Congress inS friend and co-laborer,W.G. M. DAVIS,Esq., dian and his wife have"l arrived. They know Pi "their hve'the property of the scale." 1'tn .i diane, a DO'. ;; -
nothing of the Indians but that .l upon miles of the di-, .*.
place of Hon. GEO. PUdARSil:| resigned and they are bos- .'* pl .
; has been offered the appointment by the Se- "As has In of the 23d _:
the Whigs have majon&s in both branches tile. They came in around the coast. yet. nothing ,our paper Aug., spingof rection'the j a'
i I! t of the Legislature. [ cretary of the Treasury of Inspector of the Yours, &c., been done by the General. Government, although the letter of the Governor, were not further.off \'aI11e.or a mil "
rte
I \ This result is mor1intirety satisfactory, Land Offices in Florida, as a mark of esteem JESSE CARTER. the authorities of this State have been publishf.we remarked : and a half,'and, were (doubt teD .. f" ; '"

as|it was a'contest bHireen the Whies! on and confidence of the Government., active in advising the public and the "Wemay.be mistaken in our conjecture, : .nclas, let ras'troops eiZtce
au- movements wereseen, : A heavy rain
: one side 8.l)4.the Dem4its and Free-Soil or Rey' Abduction wb
but have little hesitation
I Health of the President. itiei at Washingtm'ol the necessity for the w in predictingthat commenced U time and J
I Abolition united the falling att ,
!<. party. ; ,n. other. ,It appears that Hey was released< by the :-when-disclosed,' it ''some ;
We regret to have intelligence of the.illness -. adoption of.some measures for the defenceand such "i expose approach of night, pict $bided the possibility .j
I
' i authorities of Cuba, formal demand proposition solely,
a a
jS F BAT AND.BALL MOAi< THE WDIES.-A Erie upon of settlers in the a relying upon of'pursuit for that eve g. the next
: of Gen. Taylor,.at Pa. He bad security peninsula! State.-volunteer' in 'Ey
!I I London paper has the jllowing account of made at the instance of our Government.The .- system repelling or' removing morning the' troops *1 t j ,ed but 43
attacks at that He left the These are the expressions contained in the the I purit
4. two place. seat some .guerilla
a cricket match betwecrnarrieJ: |j and single New Orleans Bulletin says: ndians-hp owing to the heavy fcfthat the -t
\\1., ladies. The married| eems,.tarry. the day of Government on the. 9th ult, to.make a "General Campbell, our'Consul at'Havana, letter whichwe'dc., These appeals code, which il the .cpmrU imt preceding evening, no t tie.of them'could be

t \ : ;; at hard knocks: .;, tour, which he had some",months contemplated the Captain General distinctly to under- to tb,'late.administration were in of thenation.n employing more kgtner'tc o dver", until, wiUuK&x miles.of. this ;

,' }js ; On Wednesday"nil married ladies beat along the northwestern. Lakes and gave stand, that he had been instructed to make a the laS message'of the Govrnor rter ad re- f( tk of tni :In who h ",
f nine ngle-J dies at itelrof cricket at : farasthe guerilla code" is concerned from :.
a [ Eastward.At format demand for Rey, if be (the Consul s passed by the General 'S. appearances jus: s t .
% '::i Picket Post) in:' the New Forest-,- by one run thought Rey had been abducted he further) Assembly. we rather prefigured ;the prograthmiofGov. hayebeen in a run,no |bt from either. ,

S! only, the married scoriEj fifty,the single for- the latest advices from Erie'the Presi- represented to him that he wanted; all the But who ever.-' heard .the,S yoice, of" the. F MOSELEY-his "new-fangled proposition ing or' hearing the tri I: here again, wen

: ty-nine. The ladies we s dressed in white dent was quartered with surgeon Wood, of testimony that could be obtained for ,the di" and uf"dllri" g" .'.'the1last three ," as presented through the me.liuinof discovered. They fo iT pursuit by .their
.
S :-the former with 1 b1uemmings, the latter the Navy, being still,unable! to prosecute. his elucidation of the case,and that the prisoners year" lt of the -coldnes the \ entrance into an ije ,hammock.. >A i
"' ; Messrs. THOMPSON and WHiTNEa. ThaVitis
'; with pink. : iL__: journey. It is said be, will, as soon as he i (Rey) presence in the United States was absolutely neglect,' contempt with the wants soon as this detachmeii f men retr. t$
,endorsed by'the Governor, we think thisfollowing their ,'sixty other u,
: This tedian, is necessary. Upon this representation of the post cm
Ma. BOOTH travel of Florida
perform- and suffering
can proceed privately by the ea- people were treated '
j' the Spanish official thought it subsequent from the of Knight, and ipanied
prudentto passage ,communication Cpt. C.
Boston
with and with
rag renewed great ecergyIt.success: 'apear5 from, a brief sist and best route to Washington. deliver him up to the Consul, and.he acted by a Democratic administration t When, -of those gentlemen will,prOveS : eeti. fo .!;in pursuit. ,
wise in after appeals had been for tracks: of three Indians sre agaia'discover.
a part so doing. strenuouslyjnade
I biography of this genie; in a Boston HENRY CLAY is at at the ",We now 'encloseOuriuthority from the "
%u I paper, that he i* seven otfeigbt years younger present Newport ,On Rev's arrival at'New Orleans, he was protection from evils similar to those wbi bow Governor of to represent nit views e but owing to' the' i nue'trto
._ .
that it im _
(R. I.)Springs.. He'was greeted on'his 'Florid& t fell was pursue
LIktt than either'MAca* DY or WALLACE, way required to give bail for his appearance.as a' threaten us for: "this ,state of,'thing? the Pri oJt Uraie State" ,- trail them There i ieSio doubt of the Indians t '

having: been born. in London on the 1st of thither with the, same warmth that the peo- witness at the next term of the U. S.District MOSELEY:fully :anticipated"-..when,' ,,It not our intention to examine the meritsof i lurking up around in$ vicinity. What.:-' .
Mar, 1796.' He was a *dent At law when have always manifested towards him.
ple '
Court. c after these appeals,',M nothing had been doneby the at is, we are'io1li1e'to: say: ,.
____ be first took to the stagey xand in 1815, managed new eleent Jeng e palpably the'objet 1
a theatre in England at salary of $7 50 C..chUe.Deoeraey. ""Failing to give: ",the. requisite security, he the General Government,".was the For d But"so far fnd ont the forcef or to commit '
veoP. a .prop t murder !bere is one thins
:
' S per week. t t ..p The Boston Messenger quotes''an: extract was committed for safe keeping to the ;Par. dim ready,to:pour"'out itOaOgCr uponMr. the'Indians for certain, I depron'. ere.for five or sir t

-.le. Extracttothe3ur4iof ,a; California from a speech ol S. P. CHASE; at a late ish Prison. At the prison he occupies Col. POLK and,Secretary... Hie 1 .Did*, it thrOw'I' ate.iic:, lp.marke-.we', disapprove: of, it. year and have been',ertth.,in- the',wo'pr{,

adveaturen, |!'. Free Soil meeting in ,that.eit>:. It will not Power parlor- and' in every particular' is off the base trammels party,and denouncethe It is:a' system which even semibarbarousMexico within 'a few,Veeka' past J!

May ISA-Arose as soon as it was day, be forgotten that, Mr. CHASE:was, elected to luxuriously and pleasantljj lodged. heaene88'of its political .friends) ha repudiated-which would'make neer.seen a IndJ orjj ie, alp of': .

_ S S and worked with all reiglat tiU breakfast the Senate, over ; '
r precious I do not forget seasons.,my devotiopr At'' Boon.,they found are I very had of'Locos with Free-soilers, and is ehused explicitly state4 that h.tms taken 'away. the. war, answer {Let the,:disasters -country. Keep, our patriotic !volunteers- rumor that has just reachett us that the'yci'

earned 18. Went.to ';tb* :-riyer-took 'a as a-pretty *6S.4bolit Jn lt. Here'll'theutraet byforriS:-.I- 1""I'I, 7 "' whic, have)matured, y.delay, : t the:field, in,,the ,honorable position of solditn unteers are soon to be rtnhtered out o-

I bath, although the water'f.tJ]UYLO1J. After : 'S '' S '1" and spoliation, and. but dp not contaminate them by ruffians vice. If this i the fact'I'pr&'o

dinner, prepared to go ppl awe ,
and
promised to be there M day i.took Indian Mr.Cass related uKh to>protect it, .we .
; ? my an anecdote. He was threeor appears to have been on Round Island! near these. few more pregnant I t tj bloodhounds.We ., c
rubber blanket wre" > der inimminstI : more
and bag, tiar up, double-bar. four _eeks ago walking in Pennsylvaniaavenue < OUJale' (
retied gundammnnWc? and with my between Senator..Walker-Wisconsin the mouth a Mississippi.! .' A large nnm j No-here hieb0en, this .of say- design not to cavil ,at,the general & any tiaifl; ,. :. '<

S friend, wUh-whooi I had bea working, set and, ,Senator' CASS ,Michigan.. her of .men were quartered; there,'arid, the a',*among' :threatening us.-holding course of.Messrs, Wmmxaand.TUOMWOJI. ...I cannot'conclude.w. ;: 4Ci1t I .iOtitio :

outIOtCQll2aftr3o'cIockP.;: M.' On The latter complimented him Hn'th* THOUORaoccHKEM 'r of:recruiting and collection'of. 'fund .despite a treaty.for removal ,It pitriaM we..bopewill be Cpt.L ),**coinpanytwhich ia =

: theaypedaniwta(4gva with ,across ref A Democracy.: Mr. Chase wasgoing forward 'all the' made '' : i 1tu. : t4ie.Capt.
aecretlfjla ; under i taoppt-e.of
c' President and .,
'mo o ,
; "rn ;;impelling; the' has aad ba
: over if,and a tin platey inch u we eat replied that-he ..certainl, considered himself d .Gn ment- :

off of attached.to'the cross,:with the following a'Democrat" but somewhat in,advance ,of pal cte'the Union. Itis:; stated the wh h u.c4 0''< "rsriave. ,j-found, ':resources". 'fA"'rtfrl, < ,:".,neweIemet"jt la-a ., is efficient ocer.. ;Winenf: !cItt; )
: 1 in crintion-;""Gaf k ;tearvationt" It those on either side of him."r command of the expedition} w offered l to b9t4! qu toLsisterRepubIe: a te is'a weaksuDerfloityr the promtaeu.withbi'hesnWered oe(' tt

: proved to DC the grave of iooce'respectable The d thoroughness, Mr. CHASE'S: Democracy Gen. Worth previous' this': "death'bijhe, thean torrent h been rt t rOllover agaia'Its dose f 1 /'Indian }:vai. Mk. call.to drive back the -satSje, Wb'D,"Uvi )
bowito1pe
**** J '' their S,
man1Qojedrio nd ireaide pectedrfroa movem .every
young, New.York.: 'Bb badf
S f with some yonag.lpen'PIt very bad hab reminds the'Messenger of the, boy ::The MobURgrpubfles the pro.miiionofy.M. .ps,_ b4, no' ;'puisatiok r'the .suffer. varfa\ end' liberal .,'"."." "' x. ed,our coun4yIOL,for1 ( t:

k ita-had becooa skithrvjn4" they .that icCto)btfcoavajies:
deserted h' 'Ud kit him WfcU/i .Some dim-and toft'play that I'm, Captain.".' ). .raj; senior officer arm'th Gulf of :be the last t bowt now, ti.& lijt sym General Government.,anVo'ffe'r, f-1' re.Wsdib'emlgatj.Ifthis' er t.or this section, o cnit-J S..' : .< t.
:
friends helped kim,:aad favt Aim something -"> ,J ordering'th'e ,IOliiwb1ytodi.p ,'pathies.JB. / t t t '<* 'Zdt i : 'ddne' $ 'c ... ... .-i'. ,'tZ' ,", 5
> "
; tat&Dd administered i n1a I ;)!aB ': A ;.EcKmxzIlIuzisviue'Mo n" : I .t
gq,1 ID01t rss..'_ HedeIarthe rty in 'W, will origin 11- --* -- *'- ;ii-* : i a 3 '! '. i
; CAM ,Elector "vagnnta act a in; that tb,.E ,wJ Beeiof,: and \ .
4 *jess; bat lie contiqu to&&._tt6 andS : formerly a your'gttarillai; ",
ip-'r .
JI4ied.1.tH .Jelue )o -hil' ame. :baa pronounced for Col.Burnt emphatic*!. thseyeoft'' the law/and h feeti* prepared j M< 4D alm ititoiB ki;In this matter";'; Www.il ; if a1.'b 'done"',',a" iwcollemKntuck candidate J" .. ,1

I :itbi names of bis friendj, bitt J looked' S at- il I IJflJ' ly in a:long communication!,to the'Jefferson S parties or *1 oayta m!bat it pnbliaM to fcttct o!'thSo $ti. thsbI'ia"re, ,-andsb'Wnbt: ,t :dernier cipation vise.the conttitutioB, aai, ( t.t .

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IlL"::Your paper of the &hcontwtstntu The New-York CottritT JjJpiTir,:of the "JI' ;: :tf. ;.. '.' O' 't tg.t .,. ---i
.. rrespon.', 2h uh,says:."Thje.Be&c Hid last evening >ARTHKIlSHil heretofore existing --S s .o'" ;i"" .";' 'i H e} ZTkby J the fit'l1Ma asas a( Ctjpp.' ''i":Totr"-eagiged '' .. t.'tS' tqJF,1, : ;
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ia this State the last vord, the wizen in New-York.ii regard to the by mutual consent AD-persona having claims : .J ." '. .. : -tr. BixsaMriaa/wUc; ef.. .. th I
;= : ap nat the late feu are noaested to present thaw :;: 'f" : -; ? .a Dr.TMt $anfla.saomisgft QSJflMTCtjmi ; CODPJt ..OII11A.' .'

of wbJck'I kury reprehensible. He straggle for independeaee.' $ow going oar in to either of the undersigned for payment?sad all '. .> lJ' ..4.4'Ioi. (4S \-1l. ,. oteamThs ..w.4 II ao'-W No &, Q tialUt :! Uhq k4.cz'kQl14t .

W7, sudWto lie Indians, "'we had bet Hungary was one of ih largest and most indebted to ware requested. to''mak*inmediate Iff 'J 'f'.'. )Mt... Taw rfeet waab a1J'i-.Ii"-' or" ,,.' 1".r nrn' ,. a4t ..,.

.. :thtm \ thaa., boat them oat respectable\ we have ever see*assembled upon settlement. i< '_ v \ \., .)" ,utfTflM DU.T.tae amuae*ih* <.oDt..1M f iAcvLT1 "Si q. ,f.a
l' italicised. rl am' well a"1' similar ''occaaio ,I The entire OLIVER-WOOR Jt.-il'" 'f1'_ 1 ";. :6. n" 'fre I abuj ecI& :
'V ( ) eonbmspondent :,area swtoM e<( IbrwaaiM toswc,Tats. b tecav GEO&G& M4 :tv7oxt Mo' D. FrI.i ot,, ti.
_fiIIIDIII does not reside in in front of the City.Hall was crowded with a pmLU'. $.COX-h.. "--- -iLEC'rfOkoP, ,,STATE' SENAOS > '. .bUe Mt to;t* e.e.Msii ewcaaM., ABatomJ' D of the Paeay .,
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.ie p1aee j4 UK: ander theim, nher dense mass of the most respectable'of oar citlt &?VJ, I849.-S-tf: A.VA.CANCT'ooc.4.eclla th .oe.r- iqM hal tha Q&rOUtZ QRlOUfAlrOjjt Dr.Jacob Lt Du \ D. I ol ji&j&fcgy* *

(Mr. )' is some disappointed zen while the aides at each stands that had Senatorial T..8o..Su pldlla.1m oa,Ii tk*JOUffSttiftl 'an4 ) fc. sats

Pzk Government service u been erected were also filled.' "There could not : COP TN.EBIqP\JtnsAKIUXOKKO ., } District occasioned. the resignation of the Hoa. qbi s hie JaUJ.C, qfzu-4 A.tD.UI q" g-.t- .. ... ,M

hare been less than ..- -' Joeeph.B..Watts i K:u ktr&y r tfdertd. 'Tba'aD .1tieCOdot., a1 ._ '. :11.r: .
of ; '
Y Light Artillery TWXHTT THOCSAHD peo- moB hereby:fafonaVthe election',be held,in said District m K..saT.1tae .,4.i.s-- rt ii ". .

aow certainly composed otth pIe present and they were composed of men .'Publto that they hay tin*;day entered into amlla7or. Cetober next,to fill said vaeaney.' y ; ;4-' S- LP.. *.' -'Ol, 1"( t."o

*first ordtrjtof.taen.: As' gentlemen, the from every class and of all parties assembledto *c3JrtnBUFFIN 1"Pi under't1e ;" -*.-'r.' OIeV'si'hand nd thep at l. 5... .5' 5 -4 : ." .'ecJ.i .. :.1 :1 } d..

with united voice their & COxTueondnctYthiWd '..SsalfIb..SIat.ofFloi.Ida,altae r"1b'I., L tiD "
c6era cuM'bek'iKirpassed and as disci- a Fo '
express heartfelt 4' i bt V
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in the (. ,
capitol
in Jacksonville heretofore (sw ]" city otTallabemeej : 4T. .r
; order their with a gallant occupied by OWoed 9i .. i.
irianstot perfect .
among sympathy people straggling It Co., ,We>are such : ," 1-Ida1etA .. f I. lutes and ittise l 1IediciDe.. of '
} i making for t
arrangements :
entitles dIe emphatically to the name with a gigantic foe in defence of the dearest the approaching Winter season&I will nadir our .1ft; ;island American Indepca. ., 4t 'lL. S loUm A."IMU4 Pr i' l'Ohte1. "r..

of soldier.-ij&och'invidious l distinctions are and clearest national and personal rights.The .- eat&b1iahmen a most desirable place or MY9III'II to 4 :dence the 74th,. rie 1\d J :oi .w :,.Da .. J .

wtfl calcvlamto extend the breach already proceedings throughout were interestingand persons visiting East Florida.1 ,We will-be fully 'W." n..J40 Ln., 4 ;t. --'S -r' 7 S chen. ,i I Itd.tJl ,. .'. w.rops&i3

too vide between the citizen and soldier in appropriate. There was no violent de- ient prepared Boarders., to aeoommodate 'permanent tran- Attest.S. : C. W.DoWl'mlo.GqI7riia,;. : PAW:F..B?" Pr f asorof the Prin-; t.t .'
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oar RepnbUaU land and I question whether nUfciahon.otlegal and legitimate authorityno SAMUEL BUFFINGTON" JR. I rtt1lTY of Stat e.Avgust4,1816tj' i eiples and'hfetice: of' Sur; '.' S t t-f

Mr. "Von Riw'.z," npoa reflection does not clamorous demand for impossible social PHILIP COX. ': S I, : 5' 1L .t"I CJrf.. A-Iemoestraor,ot >:1Ykli

hit insinuation I would reforms, and few:allusions to -
events
regret cnjistifiable j very or I4natomy.lb%
&pt. ; 1849.-6-tf _
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aAfrilerOIi! .Roper" to apply for a parties in this country which looked. to politIcal .,. Proclaination by tHe. _Terno,. Roam C i;M,D.-AsawtaatDemonDoasihl !---. ,
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contract to tanore. the Indians forcibly, recrimination or effect." New Books! New(Books! 'ELECTION ,OP STATE.SENATOB.-j; !; ,I'r; .. J 'tII.1X 1".strator.

fitk *ilitiaT iHe should be compelled to Similar meetings hare been held with TpST.HECKIVED. and for sale by the sabseribcr VACANCY having occurred in the Office of ; \" ,A Course ftctuea upon MtdjqJJ.. u _. .j
for the fulfilment of his A
five good.4ti!.1 M" State Senator in prudence wLtedeliyee&' .
equal enthusiasm, in Philadelphia and Cin the Sixteenth Senatorial y. Plroftsaorl .: ',
.engagement:. 1 S THE- CRATER or VULCAN'S TEAK: District occasioned by the".resignation of the : GU1'L: -T1Facaity! wilt endeavor,.to '..i'
BILLY BOWLEGS cinnati. A Tale of the Pacific, by J.'Fennimore Coopers Hoa. Erasmus D..Tracy IT;it Kertby Onitnd. matt thcirizsttion as dtQ .
That ElectioiJ heM in t.on ",.M ; ',.X
11 I an said Mo
: Giitf Seminole Indians. Nathaniel Den by, late Navy Agent,.has Price 50 cents. i *., .11 ii -: -,
day,the first day of.October next, to fin said .
M4v confessed judgment in the United States THE RAID OF GOMEZ-price 25 cents. eancy. 5'-- : -va-, : 1- ,Requisites k\\ Graduation .aa heretoforew. :"'i.
Gov. fey pledging his private District Court Given sand S : Oft*101 V.uaasL..JVn .Ttrk a. Board i
at Philadelphia for the. sum THE FATAL ERROR: Binder my and.the great mayfct Stained at from $11 to tlT.
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has d .loan of from
credit the South WtruRail efef* Road Bank$20,000 of Charleston of $159,44367, being the amount claimed By the Countess of Blessington-price 25 cents. [ ] eel Capitol tf the State of Florida,-at' theSLU. .OLD DR.,JACOB'_TOWNSEND per JDOnth, ev1tbIn included. : '-. :

by t government with interest. Mr. Denbystill THE PRAIRIE thec1tyofTallahamee, this ORIGINAL -The fees fok wsentire coarse'of Ltetare -
with w ich to sustain the volunteers GUIDE 25th day of July, A. D.;18-19 andof DISCOTEKXK OP THRwnoinft ,
called,out for we'protection of the frontier. remains in custody the District Attorney, A Tale of the Mexican War 25 cents. American Independence the 7"t1.J'e.. Townsend',Sarsaparilla. incradmgHoejiSit Tiek.fc;we $15.. Matriculation -

The Sentiratl'*f.'this shows that the Gov- pursuant.to instructions having taken out a THE VIRGIN OF THE SUN: .' S WILLIAM* D. MOSELEY, J : 5-Old Dr.Tow lleael U now about TO Tears"of ate. sad ticket M nee only,)"t$5. .'Practical. A.

ca. ta. against him. He did not appear in A Romance of the last Revolution in Fern-25 e. Attest .. .Govenerofflcrjdg.WZaG au loaf bees knowo u the AUTHOR and Disn>r- Anatomy, (to1kei. once only,) $10./. ; HT
the
is sincer* and .
C.v.
ernor ..1 governed by very KRf.R uT the ORJfCIJtR ORIGINAL ,* TOtrJfSCJCD of '
Court order Board.
lie
being too debilitated to leave his bed. ffec1r&ae. By
beat motive*.,*! It. CHARLES DEW. AAt. ,July 28 1849.' 8JlRSJtPJHIL/i." B.i m poor be' as coin S
His heatth was stated to have become greatly Jacksonville, Sept.6 ;1849-tf. 5- led to unit lu _..aetare. by which semis H has 'ft' fit&;1.NEWTON."Deaa. -, '.iT

I the Sentinel impaired since his arrest.-Bait. Amer. ; ,. ," JACKUOITV11.IJB ACADEMY.... those bees kept only out who of had nwket proved,and lu the worth sale,circQimertbo sad kaowa lit to :Augusta GaL&ngust 18,,,1849. .tf..' -4 T ;. '

We publisit belo\r the following letter of Spencer & Bakert. P1hIE5. "SECOND' TERM.of.th Institution value it had reached the ears of many...wrthelMt.at -_. ; 1S' ...

Maj. oPii4, f dreased to Gen. JONES, and THE CUBA. EPEDITION IK CINCINNATI.The .- JL' will commence on Monday next, September and those tared e .non from.Who bad been healed of MM'diwiM. TUENEWii* EXPRESS FOR' 1 ;: :--IP

await with gt at:; anxiety the result of the Cincinnati Commercial of the 24th, says: ATTORNEYS AT LAW, 3d 'Each quarter 12 weeks at original rates. wonderful* -,l-.death.- ,proclaimed- ..its S excellence. and ,1. ;; t S .- .

'contemplatedi| | rvieyr between Phillippee "We mentioned a'few days since that a Jacksonville, Fla, Misses When will payment.be received is made for a strictly period in of 11 advaneff week -4 HEALING POWER. EEditorl.c1'fti..NewYorkEm take .'f': -

Bermudez anp i Sovrlegs. The interpretation letter had been received in this city, by the Win practice in the several Courts in the Eastern in each'term,,at the following rates:':' Kaowlar and ,experience.manyycirt 4.ff vUed:that aa he article had,which tjr hto weald akul.ideaee S-* this' oppoiiIto Dt their eonKfpliments t. 't

however, place: upon the symbols by the citizens Lieut. Colonel of the expedition. We have Circuit of Florida; in the U. S. District S Reading, Writing Arithmeticund Orthography be incalculableadvantage to mankind when the to tbjtVjteaders :and Public,:"and; ; ,

is simpti&t! they wen intended to indicate seen that letter, and read all but the last sen Court Northern District of Florida -- with S '' | 00 Maa* _.he furnished to Whig U into universal while thanking iH ) to Phil that he rni ht ; the Supreme Court at Tal The above, Geography d History. 6 00 scales when lu Inelmable virtue would he kaewwaad erous 5 4'ncouragement aainto' .,
]pee ; escape unharmed tence. There is no mistake about the mat- lahassee "These with English Grammar and'Natural ppraclaied. '. bU time has come, the means, are support : :;
and
without ipnifyingr any settled purpose ter. The Lieut. Colonel was required to before; Congress prosecute and claims the Sciences included ";''" '6 00 supplied; ihit" J .. show'them, : 4'thep1al" will lose i*,.J ;

on the pdrt; ,ot the Indians, in referenceto bring on one hundred men who would be Departments of the S E.. K. SEWALL, Principal Is OlUND manufactured AND oj T.QU.fLI.F.n he largest aeale.) PREPAlUTHJJII sad I. called bi, nothing of its 4p, $* .Pn Public favor. bat. *

the prosecut or abandonment of the clothed: and equipped in proper time. The Government at Aug.SO-tf throughout the Ienh and breadth of the land especial rather add to trad ercafter. J\. i'jr'f .
i Washing ly as it is:found Ine {able of dele uaUoa or daterlora I I ,.
war: letter stated that there were $250,000 in the ton. Estate of Ann M. Hernandez; late of St. Boo. I : S I it&JXtIPI.Ij

Fort BrocJtE.;; F. Aug. 20th, 1849. New Orleans banks for the furtherance ofthe 1. McRoBEET BAKER. $. John's County, dee'd. Uollke reong S.It Towa '*. it improves with aft. The election J< fa: 'VThff President ana.1 ... .
.. is to all Md sever chance, but for the better; beeaaae Ills PC*. Vice Prw fet with *House of Representatives .
hereby *
given, Whig a
expedition. having -
Sir-A whit iJag, made of feathers, with Sept.6-tf NOTICE the persons M. land n tcunttfc jnncifltt by a KttnbJU eu*. ,The .
the symbols u1d by Bowlegs head chief! of against estate of Ann highest knowledge otC Cheal UY.and the latest discoveries atspondingwith them ia .t
THE SECRET EXPEDITION.-Lieut. TOTTEN dernandes, late of St. John's county deceased of the art. have all been brought Into requisition ta the '.
political'sentir4 $ pgaia Whig
the Seminoles tobacco, encircled with a of Philip Frazer to present them, duly authenticated and attested. the manufacture or the Old Dr's SanapuitJ. TtMSarsapartlla I puts ,,'
the U. Water
string of white eads, was found yesterday, S. steamer Witch which ATTORNEY & COUNSELLOR AT LAW without delay. And those who may be indebted' root.It is well known to medical me*,contain I Party in powe;a ifd thn' gives new' mterr '
19th instant, i istened to the door of John vessel has been stationed as a watch on the are requested to make payment. many medicini4 properties and some properties which est and importafcadministration to the Whig Press. TbeJuch \ "-

Bern iilez Sara Sota. expedition at Round Island, (says the Charleston JACKSONVILLE, FLA., And all creditors legatees and persons entitled are inert or useless and others which if retained la \ ,we have created.*'
Phillippee (Spaniard) at preparing it for ,
11M producecranial sad
Will business to *** .u.wbkb
attend to distribution who shall not their claims
Courier,) has sent formal notice to any professional entrusted present ts injurious to the system. Borne of the promises gife A"a National Conservative-
those there assembled that to him in the Courts of the Eastern Circuit and demands within two years from the first publication tie of Sanaparilla are so veUtiU that proper- 3 ,., .
they must disperse e they entirely Wing :which shall look to and ;
Governra/B
This man li eat on most friendly terms and the Supreme Court at Tallahassee. He has hereof .are further ,notified. that their evaporate and are lost ta the preparation.If they are mot / .
with the India s.-but having also been in under the penalty of the law, other- also such an advantageous connection with an claims are forever barred.JOSEPH preserved by itintifc process,known only to those respect all parthe: Union, which shall -' .. .

free intercourse With the whites abandoned wise they were threatened to have their supplies Able Lawyer at Washington city, as will ensure HERNANDEZ S experienced la'lu manufacture.' Moreover these vote. restore us the pi@XIles> and practices'of oar-
cut oft The,answer was' that they a prompt and speedy collection of such claims a.m.iy juIy2.8w, :, Executor. tilt 7riac;, ,."which fly off la vapor,or as an exhalation early President&fjrtl as such, it will be oar ; "
his at Sara Sota. On returning, he ,under heat are the uzreti.Z.t .. .
property be in his hands very fnftr*
placed
the .
against '
found it unnarmpd and the emblem of ought to be unmolested as they were'unarm- States. United LIVERY "STAJHLE.: tit of the toot which'give to It all Its value.Aay pride and pleastt sjto support it. We look
peace
ed, and had no intention of infringing the I person can boil or stew the root till they get a to it with confittrtm'to remove*the ban or .tf'h '
on his door; he) made the necessary mark, Sept. 1, 189-ly. mIlE SUBSCRIBERS, have a number. of.L dark colored liquid,'which is more from the coloring & for ....
signifying the tinq he had found the nag, and aws. They intimate that they should leave good Horses for the accommodation of the matter la the toot than from any thing else; they can proscription wbich twenty years we
his intention cstarn at full moon. the Island as soon as they could procure the :LAW VOTXCK.. citizens and strangers in Jacksonville. .They also then-strain this insipid or vapid liquid sweeten with han labored, leu \j&the* sine time to con .

Case J will' and means of transportation. JACKSONVILLE,August 21,1849.Having have a few for sale, at reasonable prices.: person. soar EXTRACT iaulas.esuad 8YRUl'-BaI then call such It SAKSAPAKILLA duct ,with mod**tw nand: prudence. The.1;. "
him the
or
Captain not arnde
is accompany be left the State for California, I have laving Hones for sale would do well to give them, knows a*theGENUINE ill '. great 'questions; %fl interests'that ,H W11P'-. :
Phillippee's.fyfd to reliedon
as : implicitly The Cincinnati Commercial says: It was my business to Col.' Samuel aealL Excellent stabling provided at all hours. OLD DR.-JACOB TOWNSEND'S. have to discuss na setlle,are questions now "
I have a hone that some information in Spencer, who will, in conjunction with Mr. Ba- SKIFF. k MICKLER S c '
told us yesterday, for a fact, that a merchant Agents. SARSAPARLLLA. to aDd setitatives --. Jtl
Ang.I6-tf |f A
reardtothefeirigsoftbe nation will be near the canal who bad been busy in attending her, prosecute all unfinished business to a close. This ia so prepared. that all the inert properties of the be'dimuaedl": of a WhigPeo ;. .
gained.Upon. Ij The Militia claims in my charge will be attended Sarsaparillaroot are first removed every thing capableof .
the receipt of this I determined the cholera sick, day before yesterday, to by myself in connection with CoL Spencer Jacksonville Female Institute. becoming acid or of fermentation.is extracted and ple jVVhig Journalism is.-to
flag .
was called upon to visit a family, where he and CoL Charles E. Sherman of Washington -. -, rejected; then every particle medical virtue ls seemed bare an port4n: the'administration: ';

to countermand ibV order for the troops to found one man down with the cholera, and and every effort made by Jointly to prosecute mIlE Committee.5 of Direction.has adopted 111 capable a pore sad of concentrated losing any at form lu;valuable and thus it and h rendered healing Public affiurs Ibbas not bad for many; ....

move into the' cbuatry for the protection of i in cramps. He saw two men near, and engaged them to a successful result. I have no authority JL the following regulations: .A propertied Prepared .& nra.1& Is made the **oss years pastdu -: \Viich an opposing Partys4 .
the settlements AS'the; move might tend to to collect the money die. on these claims as I The Scholastic Year is to consist of four terms powerIulagentlathe '
them to give assistance at 25 cents with an iron ham ion iave adjusted j everythingyles it\ ;,
; per have always preferred to have whatever '.
alarm the Indians and endanger the of money of eleven weeks each. Care of innumerable diseases.Hence '
safety tour. The men worked well at rubbing be appropriated placed in the hands.of local rigid :' .'- '' { :
who will in short may a Orthography, Reading Writing and.Arithmeie the reason why we bear commendation as party _
Capt. Casey a very time, and the saved. The paymaster such as the parties interested aide Ia lu favor Now i$ 'readers well tad t1Jor.J.; ....
tc., person was money may per term, 84. The above,, with English every by mea women,and children.We to keep' aongly
be able to ascertain whether this flag was select after the act for their relief. Grammar] .'The lad it doing wonders in the cure of '
was paid over, and it was afterwards found and Geography, .per term $5. informed,:ft jn the best manneri-of 1
tie) d k of Bermudez Aue kf (News.) GREGORY YALE. COJfSUJtPTIOJf.DYSPKPStJI. and LirKR COMPlJHJfT
at -
placed as an assur- ,
above with the higher branches of an English '
out that the two men employed for 25 cents and ia RHEUMATISM;: SCROfULJt our own politicatirs, one or'the'other i

ance of his own eectjrity, or a message to the per hour were brothers to the cholera patient TO VOLUNTEERS FOR THE FLORIDA education, embracing Algebra Geometry History PILRS COSTjyKJfKSS.all CUTJIJfKOUS KRUPTICJfS. of the Editors vit ;. ring the sessions. nstantiyresideinhington. s$..' ::
here marks other than those be- natural mental,and moral Philosophy, Bota- PIMPLES and
Agent -no. BLOCTUES. an. affections -
Comment such brutality is un WAR. ; ;.
upon ty, Chemistry, Geology Astronomy Rhetoric vieitti. ftv\M 1 ':; t.; q'
fore mentioned I -'- -
been made !
'Caving to help necessary. -Namerous communications having been received Logic, and Evidences Of'ChriltiaaitJ't..P8l" term, : :IMPURTIT,OF THE BLOOD.It ." ,But the 'Expr&fcthas: higher'anns tha*.- .:4 iimerepoliticaIditionS

c. r $6.. 'Each quarter_to .be paid to the Treasurer : possesses marvellous efficacy all complaints ad importaflt3-tbe7 ''..s-rf .,
C am, very respectfully, your ob't !', ST. Louis BANK EMBEZZLEMENT.-New by his Excellency the Governor, from persona in. advance. slag from h&ftititu, from .* .,tf tki Ktnuttk, root Trueasthe'daedletothepole.inpoiin-1 &la
(Signed W.W. in different sections of the State, offering The Scholars will be under the careful instruction unequal emulation detenalnatfiM of Mood to the bead '
MORRIS food for conversation furnished yesterday of an experienced Female Teacher. palpilaUou of the heart cold feet sad hand*,cold ckilte ing but the'waytil the' great '''principle,: V
Maj< U. S.A, Indian Agent. in certain developments and discoveries said their services to raise and organize Companies to Provision has heen made for instruction in Lain and bee Bashes over the bod ,Jt bas ant Its equal laCtUt of Popular Liberty i. tffll. nevertheless e''n .'' '
Maj. Gen. R.Jotjcs' Adpt Gen. U. S. An ,serve against the Indians and requesting commissions and O/l;and prooKXes easy expectoratioa .
,' to have been made, the evening of the day ,
J Washington City. previous touching the late embezzlement of to that effect I am requested.by him to for which additional charge will be made. throat,and every other part.. /, .: : .tions,,which are aig !: or adopted seldom or .$" .

he bank A search warrant was taken state, in answer thereto that no such authority it The first term. commences on the 8th -of.Octo o' S But In nothing Is h. exceirence more manifestly.seen for the pooij&ood'but only '. ,. ,if,
Flattie Me Jtln ; in Benton Co. money. her next ind acknowledred. thaii hi all kinds and ntuev ofFEMALE lever, "
; out on Monday, and under it certificatesof vetted t. Aim. Should he deem it necessary to Applications for admission are to. be made to COMPLAINTS. : importance" th!;;eaailatan.' Our Ea' .:;:..'.' .:'.

At a meetuglif the citizens on the fron- deposit, notes fee. to the amount of about call out volunteers for the above purpose, he could the Committee,Direction. It works S wooden IB cases of fltur Jlfau of;miUt.fWinfffUt aim is to protect 93J 3 fend the' r. ." .

tier of Beaton county, Fla, called without $4,300 were obtained from a lady who has only commission upon the election of.the several ',J. M. DANIEL S Weal .. S,_. or PonBJUouet / our glorious Con aon'which-our illustri. .' !.s*
HOLLAND frrtflrfmritj or menstrual periods and the
Dr. H. D.
respect to party! for the purpose of taking been intimate with Mr. Childs and his fam- officers by the respective commands. Companies S,, A. M. REED .,. i like; and is as effectual la cmlnfalt the Ann of KUmty > DUB ancestors beqiWied to as and to pfe- ai uj
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into the ily. elect their Captains and Lieutenants; .Battalions Committee Direction.Rev. i DutmM ?" .- ', S serve them from tbk&sixresaiouixrtb the :i. :' -.1
consideration of
situation of
i present By removing obStni:tl ai and regulating the eenenl .
elect their Lieut. Colonels and Majors;Regimentselect .. Tyrantandthe'Ddgo1e. Hence'in nil :TmattersoIacharkiadredpPoliuicsit' 1'
this section of tbi and the frontier L SWART \IJ'" system fives one and -strength Ike whole body. '
country State or Florida-Harlem Cosuitj- their Colonels, fee. Jacksonville July 7,1849.. and has cures all C>rou or. 'Fo' : _'. r : ; I

portion of the Sate with respect to the present For present purposes, in the opinion of the Go- :..Nervousdiseases and debility, :. will advocate st :k jr,and aft,bat rational : 'ii.
CIRCUIT COURT-In CaaN aT. JACKSoNVILLEACADEMY.. and thus prevents or relieves a great variety of other will it .'If1'ft
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Indian diffic ties- progression-bitna way nu- !
vernor, a sufficient force has been called out.- maladies as SJNM trriCattM. JVnrdfi) *, St ritmfDrnnet
On motion(' oo. WIL- John Scott, ) This force consists of two companies from Duval FinHISInstitution ;.be opened on the first Bia,. EpiLeptic Fttt, Cnvairim*.;, tenance any of tfc j fjchiteets ,.f RniDt"kiiL i..
LAma EsQ. vs. > Bill to foreclose mortgage. JL in June nextMo'cIockA.M. It eleaases "
I Monday the blood. excites the liver to healthy action North beII Sooth_ ., y.. ,.
IUM H. KnoaidK, Ej was called to the : Wm. Gee. ) and Nassau two from Columbia, one from Marion in JACKSOM VELLE, East Florida.. -- -r't tones the stomach. and gives good dlfestton reieves they or I' <

chair, when the allowing resolutions were i to the satisfaction of the Court in one from HOlsborough, and two from Leon Separate rooms will be fitted .p for the accommodation the bowels torpor and eoBsiipatSoe 'allays in- 3i THE DIn*. :* SHXTTS... .' !
appearing .1ioII.purifies the skin the eirenlatlaejef ., .
equalises 'd
read and unanimt! asly adopted : r the above entitled cause, that a bill has been counties. of young Lads and Muses where they the blood producing gentle waroith equally all over The Daily ExpA ';and the Semi-Weellr ..;. .

I. Revived Tl at .it Is with deep regret that duly filed and subpoenaissued, and that it has C. W. DOWNING branches-will be instructed in the and elementary classical and higher the body,'aad the Insensible'persptntkm; relaxes all Express *re1ntenIinthe main to Be f au" ; .;
hem returned ,the subpoena that the defen- an English education Krietaree and ttjhtaess,remove all ubatrnctiou, sad reliable record the Trade Commmet
*.fad ourselves SB raided by the present untoward upon 8t Adj. and Insp. Gen. ad interim. and will be fitted for College or for and ,
young men vigoiates the entire nervous system. Is not this then .
it cannot be found and it further to ; .
".
eircaoutaooes sod we deprecate them we pa the satisfaction of the; Court affidavit appearing that NOTICE OF ATTACHMENT. professional life in the Latin and,Greek classics, The medicine yon pre-tmJntJltlYJleedl and news of the .. : every chan '
feel and couaeieatao ily affirm that they hare not upon and in the and mathematical science and Trader doin of bftsinest "J 11""
philosophical : ,
iamoant
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the above named defendant resides beyond the Bat caa any of these things be said of 8.l.Town eadsfeCsrinr :
tw Marion fi
induced Florida
a by aggnsaion State -
lu j oar of county: .
ht that upon part imiU of the jurisdiction of the Court, on motionof : II' anictel This voner man's mold to INC loInS we are sure, will ssJ :enough 'annuallyia '.; ,.4 .f

lefjitimate wev result onsid of r he then position the and natural circumstances effect and C. A. M. Mitchell Solicitor for complainant, Eastern Circuit, Circuit Court,.to..December 'ARRASOKMKHTS. .. _COMPARED WITH THE_OLD.DR'S, >I his business,'by retf thein, to pay for kb. .l

onneetod with the Indiana still it iI ordered that the said defendant appear and term, 1SI9.i< THE yEAU will be divided,into four quarters, beeaussoasGRANDFACTib.Ztha'one ,Is'INCh.- mer:: bat win-, ; .:'&
remaining
upon said bill before the first of about 12 weeks each,with intervening nca10111. .I.uIL&olPETEitIOR.\TIOS-. i -
plead or answer on or Josiah Paine 1 to.fuDiIfI''IL.
e.frnatier and oecbpyiat; a portion of our State.Zd. ,!t" S
,
of this Court the bill Attachment. The day win have two sessions: the first NEVER SPOILS.
said
Rjodved ThsK lay of the next term ,or rs. > 5- SUb&enPbOD"hreDE .
wa deem it naturally impossible 9 '12 M. and the second from 8 to 5 P. l will ,make th' "
from to
will be taken pro confessor.And Henry G. Massey.. J .while the other DOES r***- ./",sad Unv
and entirely practicable.. as well as dang.ro. M. 'W. mornings win be appointed to rth .Semi ': ,
eeda1' iMsour acId To
it is farther ordered that a certified copy of DI..Nttlu BtaininiliaioO fragments; ; : : : ; -j
sand.UCardo ts. :(a* the history of every THE defendant and all persons interested win xereises in English composition and declamation' liquid exploding,and damaging other goods;"Must sot
this order be published for the of four months ; Double Sjer'Weekly'aed Dollar.,: ,'.
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portien ef oar coo traitaated will prove,) space take notice of the institution of the After the first'term no pupil will be received,* this horrible compound be poisonous to the Sf..' Weekly, : ;
Mr the white and r i races to occupy the aamo according to law. above suit, and are hereby required to appear Ind except a&or near"the beginning' of the'session, What.a arid nt .system already 4ututttmttnil Weekly Express jr intend.-to- ,'> -tt l' .
THOS. ,.
et.ioa.r Urriterv, io4 U dwell in proximity. DOUGLAS Judge. plead to the declaration filed. and no pupfl for less than one term ". What causes Dyspepsia but acid Do we not all know gin the character11< : .,
Sd. Remind, Tn$ return our thanks to the .C.'A. l 1. MITCHELL, i ". '>, that when food noun In oar stomach what wisekbss <- "J ; : :
Governor of Xhe 84i iteif Florida for the prompt CLERK'S nI'ICE. OCALA, MARION Co. 4 PUff'sAtfy.Aug t TUITION. S It produces 1 flatulence heartburn palpitation of the :- TJ.i .

eeaaures he JUs tal en ia our behalf, and aLto to I, John L. Branch, Clerk of the Circuit Court 23-3m Reading.' S- Writing,and Arithmetic 9 8 00 corruption heart liver of complaint the blood dlanbczadyseni.ry WnaHa Seiofula,but colic an add and '. :In order to efiectlylajr I I'I we SbaIIOccUns1' "

the President el the United States for the same, for the County of Marion, do hereby certify that Higher English stadies -'. 8 00 humor ia the body What produces all the humors reolrEanth are ef .J
Lad for the disposition and determination mani the above is a true copy of the original order as on NOTICE OF ATTACH tEiT. Philosophical and Classical studies, .- 10 00 which bring on Eruptions of the Skin Scald Head Bait ,importance intof 4tTAUS from lhs'pen*' '..
fested by the enprefno Cerernmeot promptly tot file in my office. Rheum Erysipelas. White Swelling Fever Sons*, sad .tn1
the emerrencid of 4be ease.4th In testimony whereof I have hereunto set State of Florida, Marion county: One-h&1fthe price of tuition according to the ulcerations internal and external.. I tia nothing uu- .some of.oar .4td13tiflfl15bedwnten,'
my .
Rttolvtd, TIM we consider, the United baud and seal of.office, this 20th day of June A. Eastern Circuit. Circuit Court,. to December studies pursued will be expected in advance. .and< tier heaven but an acid substance,which sours,sad thus male and female and isroxBiicx such ..LfUI\
States GovenuaenttoKSd, te preserve our rightsMd I). 1S49.X JOHN L. BRANCH,Clerk. term. ISO.' the balance at the end of each term. spoils all the fluids of the body more or was. What aswemaydeemin4c1itef1IIiaZtOf'i ;
Rheumatism but axeour aeU fluid which In
or
Board will be provided in Town at reasonable causes
our privileges. Crte uninterrupted. from theJttressioni June 23-4m. William S.:Harris ) rates month, for pupil from the country; and sInister Itself between the Joints and elsewhere Irritating the world. No e1Iit7UI be spared in fre- J. .5'' ,
.
f ike &diaai per
on our borders, and vs. >Attachment. sad inflaming the delicate tissues upos-which It 7 &' '
PublLMirTCt tfnQtneittV
: arents and guardians, who desire to avail tqthe i iportant !
that these caanever e n oyed in peaoe and quietude Medical DepartmentOF Abner D. Johnson. J may acts 1 So of nervous diseases of impurity of the blood.f senting ., 1 .
of the facilities of this Institution for *
so long hemselves circulations, and all UM.aU.. transactionsJL the i da'Wpruatutsuch
as they art permitted to remain in HAMPDEN SIDNEY COLLEGE derated nearly I. .
the 8tate.kh. ? ; THE defendant and an persons interested will the education of their children and others, may be- which afflict human nature. '. >rNow ,- a Mirror as eIbif' *life wall rts'va" .'t.,!
Rtxbxd, Tblt the taken and the HICHMOND, VA. take notice of the in stitntion of the assured that exertion will be spared to ensure '.. Is It not horrible to make' sad sell,and ixfxittlym .
views entertained CoUSAHUH: steps the T c twelfth annual coarse of Lectures in above suit, and are hereby required to appear and the health comfort and progress in knowledge of rtt to Use this .nr, '- .S S none aspects of' In DtAmWlelDeDti.\' 1 "j b"i.lf
SPEHCEE .
present Indian Agec for the this institution will commence on Mon. plead to the declaration filed. ;'. an who may be entrusted to the care of the Prin SOURING. FERMENTINO:ACID "COM- I Novelty. ; 1 I :' '
Seminoles meet our .1 '' ,.r
hearty approbation W if the C. A. M. MITCHELL cipal.. RUFUS SEWALL,' POUND". OF, S.'P. .TOWNSEND, : : ,. .o.1! S
views Col. .
; of Spencer lay, October 22J, 1849; and continue until S 1'HSThejDAu.T'tu -
_
Plt4"1
Att.7Aug frindpal, ad he would MIl have it understood Old Dr.JatobTownsend'aOnrauM un
are carried ontj (ttet is to vet -
muster into the the middle of March :.i"prini F1fcD 't"; ,
lU- ,,
Orifnul Serespmrlti.lsaa
service of the 17ai14 I Skates i volunteers from the 23-3m. N. R.-Pupils liTowi will be expected to provide ._ "EPaz8-4: '
Indian R. L. BOHAKNAH,' M. D..ProCessorofOb- T AXIOM of his Inferior preparation_ and Evening,-and7:, ",1EYUDr .
frontier.) it Wfl diaUe them to Chain "
recommended.
desks. "
protect seats and are
Heaven forbid that we should deal la an arttele which. .
their homes and thejr wires and children instead stetrics and Diseases of woman and Chil.. Notice. ', ,. S May 241.7' hI. .' would bear the moatd resemblance to 8.P.Townlead's has successi1'e"edi, 1rhich een&thsvery JJ ,J.
.f ahandening that$ouag|*.t nonriahine part of dren.. months from date I win apply to the Hon. erttcltl and which should bring dowa upon th* latest intelligence oO flhccit1i levaa": : ;

the State to.the me teiless savage they are now L.'W. CHAMBERULTKE M. D., Professor of- SIX Probates of Duval eoanty for lettersof .en "White Sprimaj.f; r Old Dr.such a mountain load of complainu and crimiha any otheriailfJouThricefoe4hex 1.has.'eTer; P ',
threatened with t ., dismianon as administrator'on the estate of lions{root Agents who have sold and .rrrtwho
eta. RaalMd.mxl the.views expressed by Mateira Medica.and Therapeutics. 'rLicilla Mattair,late of said county deceased. HAMILTON COUNTY, FLORIDA. have used. .& P. Towuead's FEKM .t-F pa. "."
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CoL Spencer,ai ste *d tosnany of the eitisens of S. MAlT?! M. D. Professor of Chemistry ISAAC'.VARN;Jr. THE undersigned respectfully,:inform'.,|The FOUND.W.wIsh understood beeu.eU. I Sfl I.vw the abate f -traU.- t '.In, advan, ../ _:.;; --S-S S ,..,.t' :.,ti'

this section, are Ue aly true and correct views; and Pharmacy _Aug.2. S that they have leased this Spring that 8. P..TO wntemTs article and Old Dr.Jacob Town .Tm -. ':%. ', .'. ... .,. JIi:.:,.'
only* ward 0 1IIe :I ..wapll.ce, "Removal is lM CHARIXS BELL GIBSOK,'M.,'D., Professor of mGeneral -. lor'a term' ol;years. The mineral' proper seeds SanaparUla ere.,..ayevt cad taJUtoffAfttmil i'-- -. (3G; "**.J. :; .
t
afMo ; that.,they are ..Uk.,1a every particular. .! '- d clU..04'
7rtu ., the views further.expressed Surgery and arg cal Anatomy. : Orders. ties of the water are so generaflykndwnihatit laving not one tingle thing)a eonjtMo*. A,'__ ... JW"' 'j "" ? t... :;"' .

*yCeL 8MDeerw regard
service of thr UnitejJ StaUf volunteer wmpanies i Anatomy and Phys'ology.DAVID : ':" T;-Jvl, .tsI9: J eetJL: -, :- .-j" -. t> !.i *wTo chemist no pharmaeeniist other kaowene uescientnc.wore of. medicine .IS' .1argeDaiJ' 1eImentlt. eifpt4q4day5. .'r' .,..''i.
disease
the r.most the eitiMu efaoieat ofia aivjlff;section of the State as i. IL TUCKER M. D., Professor. of The.. .ELECTION'iI bU bj Ordered 0 be held those afflicted with Rheumatism,"Scrpf. er than,' what any gwestss common ea..aie-pnblle have mnproleeslonalman 'that.- :CJ...._,', ,11lDt I _'_'.:.- ,..& .. .' .I' i2r". ,
i A .
aiOoatties are earr 4ra$*d by force the history in the present of the ory' and Practice of'..Medicine.A. .. oir the fD first the Monday Fourth in Brigade October, of next Florida.at the Militia place. f l rD; pep&a and ihe.thousand ills which they taming are aU receiving the virtues a genuine ef the articles]ncleatlae.tae used ia preparing elaev'amp'It F'" 'E1:1! 1't j-. -;-", ..., m,.'

Ute war with tIaeaDd meet the sanction E., PJT. M. D., ,Demonstrator of appointed by law for the election of county officers origarebeiitO, we .would..respeetfollysujjgest and which are incapable of changes which might ran DOtTJ secLlLT'J

both enrjmdgmeut a o 4 eiperienoe8th Anatomy. : for a Brigadier General, to fill the vacancy that they:try its 'virtues--oelieving: der them the AGENTS of Disease Instead of health.- 'The S ouNeShee $ '.Ja 4nniio -

sea 0, Repe4TbaA believe that vI iaasnaach AOer M we have rea- The Museum,-Apparatus and m itradOD'for occasioned .by-the resignation of Con:Charles from its many a1m08i1uiiracWou' s"-ef' "nothing S Bat what comparatively else should expected medicine Ooa or disease nee who i know Jt requires beetof ipSgeIDd'' $, 1 ..J 0'

WuhIngtonaae it" au4ICI intends h to 'f the demonstrator departments have-recently B!e. -. .' ,'. ,- -" ", ,? ,'* *! .'- feet d by its cd1t"afthey also wOI'be' sirniUarly a person of some experience to cook sad serve If nmnaedbyoM; _tbe IaZ' 1",1teltW .

to the agen&ieons. b1' An repIJ' received many additions, and are nowverycomplete. S "ATso-an- election ,is.hereby ordered to be held ben fitted. And,ure saytd all who vis- even a common decent meal.1;Bow stuck more tabor' c&yannum. >'''
repeated request.'of in the Third Brigade of Florida;Militia,at the 'tan t Is U thai the penons'who maanlacture:nedlclaaV! J"
many of >v>:e Uisen,,,for"the wipose of nrging The facilities' for Practical time and places.above specified for a BrigadierjeneralJoccasioned it this'Spring,that in.the event that they are. designed for_ PS .:' ." 'E hu Jt : jfl"!,...1
this and ether matter*cenneeted W the of after1 fair trial wilt 'b6 .- 1..the. I"
Indian present Anatomy >are. unsurpassed The.Clinical by the resignation Gen.3amnel not benefitted there -:WKAK OTOIUCHI AaTD XSTCXUXD 'c : t"
difficulties mjf&j' the &tticMl.h. Go ** should know w.U'\.uca1 of plants the
vrnjnentUM&rf properties
advantages are folly commensurate with the RnsMlL r *' no charge for rdo0 would ut'.a Bar"'r>": ":.:

erve the inferwU olihe haviUaaneteAaetuaQvaak-people of this Sta ejand wants of the studecadespeciah1y'; ,: ,Also, an Election hereby of the Ordered Second&O"&el4ID Brigade "r the seekers '.ojf,pleasure:will:.here-dhu\ virtues lest mannefof'also aa securing extensive and knowledge cntiyimnulag of the their various healing dis Fgty.twoyolufeI I ffit. thape ,, ", .;
,'th. Cavalry Regiment
tab those steptint wOIhe mostbenadiaUo the bin to those preparing to practice at the. Sooth. Florida Militia,on the first Monday in October a 4elightfnl :.place to whlle..away.theirUme. Isles which affect the/hnnaa"..hew te adapt the aa1I-priceOf P.Ito.a" r-l ; .* .
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Cevenuaeatlathe. P'ierd.That cftetU dceItfeeih. :. Clinical Lectures are given twice'a week in next at the cisc..appointed by law for.,the elee. .- **&*: J* CjcL
otter w ; Spuoer.t requested tb. the College Infirmary;(which is Jimmediate Jon of county officer*, to fill the vacancy occasioned .The'Hoe1'b ingb n' renovated,, :>i t balm into wonnded altrto? kindle hope la the despalriagboeomJio -' er a me COflI.d' JAOff

.f W i mfr city contiguity with the College ) and by the resignation. of,Col Samuel ,8pen.ihlons the rooms adecomfond.snppicd restore health sad bloom'and'vigor thea.l8.blCri :k..L,4w
>sJiii1innv 'irt' M. once ft .. MM the emsbed.brt* nPnjMl wbenbn infirmity that .
eel,M havinjiv : stake and week' in the Ekbmond&Jmg House In -" enoo--Uidill'i Brigades ReginSm;Bafc. with new furniture, .we hope to give generalsatisfaction. OLD DI. JACOB.-fIfOWNBEND ODGliT aadIXMIKD n.i ie r t 1'iLr ;jf

for that tght UM these iutitatiou the 'diseases': occurring:Jo and Companies,within'this States are .-',t.tl P''r: -1*' i 3. the opMtunlrr and mean SeIning bleu.U.Rtf !, Slba..f_" .. f.sDJI..a.' .r'It Ut .

>erd \r' vrT<. ct enltiee .
-cv. and IbMvs .I T' .
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dent has theo wiU the or their rupeetiYe m&II sUfh to enable .to keep as good a'tablektw'l ','r'f..S.t-l..t.i .Remedyi'J Iede4t.n4
.of s o
ueu bsti a eoentzy.sad eligible-opportuniUcs _,WD..JrlOSELEf.tJoyemorr S [ within the teach and In the kn .ledai rf aJtA 4Dd1't''i ,
1M Iife sad ws.ifi" La&&u,&baa u.o.iI whoAgeeW becoming uqaaiDteIIJwith';tl eu't) ,and .$ J* -,, l aalZ-t4. foundJiBAliftSoathrf f that Usty.. may lean aad bow,by Jpvftl* P ri"-. : = f i,.lbe1iiW
.. treatment. 2.ISI9. : : tw.\tt'i with ihe ., .or."t-v'-' ttia15Xraacendejit >. "Lo
The frequency of Surgical operaboas r------- : i .rJ 'II TbesUble,willj*;proyidtd: >st I' k- m-vr : '
-, "i" before the aa afibrds t withdtteId'etstleTS Power toS i *
;a&saL.JosIn : .d the Aeditjes *- "" S n.t 'N" provender that the,country ud .fiJMtid'

0 ef&WI Ike,J_st ; i ,'...--1 for witnessing tba treatoeat \of Surgical < >' "EUCVTITZ--DzP4RT3axT,' : e' 'rili:1!pal 'OffieTlOS. :I irt :IJaItr.-:;, vtIo.ia ". *l ".'M' <' "

( 'fH. cases reDden this one of the best Schools ., r5t- TdkaaeJs42T,849 7' Pueengersfoin Tallahaiseeand'Jackson- Phi 1J : FENDISEE4.n.23tr ; any ,I" tj.O". .Ji. 4.,1nv51he !

; J. DmaiJ'h'fl of Practical Sargery.' : ** a n vCBAROES. ,(HEREBY -ORDERED"That.those .m.1 w- meet.'Wi b ,Y, ,'jJ. '. i :: 1aUsonyil1 ,'E., F, 20' friends a d..li1I 7 1t_ 1t 1. 1t
; E1S whocbattlt the several .,.I,, .., .it '..,
'F J Ch4ama*: Matriculation7 *5viTickets'of'the.Profeaora 1 appointed b/ gettingrouiAl1T rbeSpmgr-ao ar- .. .N 0" .x" -- I." ,- areioitedtle :'_.a!. ; .
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... $ PracticalTUtorty lodges,tjt Probate ef this State:Inspector;;-t e made tCem ,4 -S' -. \ t 1ICIIIl. .: ;" "Jf'
4s ia4i tf- be to tbf "
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I Grad*tt6aTee$ZL Board net =- "', tWr :-t iI' ,.W AI :' ,' fHasPriJ
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r including u..lm r.r 0,De ;{ i'; 'f ttat 'Vubi.D : circnqm.ttt : :
:. i.npoa \tnscIW& "c1!.sad cervuts fmrwiinff.jniy-. ?'. of .EJeatIoDa f oerf efl.t.bf : Doard ;1 ." -r \\ an .."pIneu. at &Dirtb !. : It S ) 1

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word,eaxrt* Tja&AV6f'AJI English'aatbortL -, 4 iJ .oC;t rJC:! w t iJj.1: 4riIIARLES .. ."iea..F U' ... .n
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'. TilE \ ; TftOt1lID coNS1- ;allowed to .
cIk4iulWKNli e of the We b fVclasse. pOIt degenerate V y VV ) V
poorer -, bo?looked i trot 'a moment,sntlrJQee94 to JVtWItiLGJY1 4k4'I J.b7act. .nT' ftg8pIlPL .aTn.n-f V
u rcBLisKSD > eve in.the United States;Senate;- which the f&htdY, 1 t,!lJ't f children with. theec CongrePs44 ;'; V $ \ iVPf ffoardJn the 1wd.l.amiI, l lItQlth, .. \' <
i J.Ak.'rL!. .! E'.P11Y. first President t'of the late Dynasty )labored to' 'fI tojplay ; ;r htiaost. ,effeettl"W dpnyurCevtknown rsffQJfft-aj <*
cOLjU'MnUS,1, Jt-eW ufl'down- until }B 1llct'l ;nisto thefliP"tz .f Ipt,&f COtofafay f I W 3*yf.K-s.-f:* t (,, oftbeisbidI1Ok$4.L U %,ferM{ LUfl t44.. .
p : .
f '"'j ,p' : hc.brongbt 100 bjsjeet;% 'lI.ef4 V ,w Our Original Contributor thfAtrrHo 'or.t .iJ 1l1. tJf' ,1 iiJ ,c stonyst "fscJTgftu&jv(Rlaiij <>& (.' I'JtI: a '
retrie..C : 'tllt.. Ji
I Twt-.Tkr DoUuset ikium the prt;,which.Jxvas],denounced, R"1'. -, .- AMERICA j t t .,.hold, ouneivM:ready;to i.tsru.'4'i; .Lrt"J _m1:. .tlr. a.\ ,1 '7 :{' ',R .
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t,J ,:payabUSubscriptions W his supportersasapestUentrestraint upon.: "j. t '. ."4.4.Jr !- purchase, ,article*offered>to u,-a a prioo proper :1 J riCO.I'CJCI1nJ'Y"VJ'"OF WIIoJI'JI.I'-.a: 1 .
Wfoa ordering the Paper. .\ Executive assumptions which A ItWrnorteOfffpttMt', tPPlibU' Uoned to tb le Mrit.r,Bu&.thorl' whose-wri- -l-J1d eif w Yj t.'i gjgt 1'begTedteghouumi'br ( '1r-ft.r.tEE' idi5+J.i n L.
obeArmy ,
1 ,'if not paid be foriih. expiration has so tiifptoymtnt m e&alSis2C 1 Ita ing are of dIculousiyusggUted and immoral I 6ri tbJUnteal* ?- HO'ft' t' .. \ -". 6Jab .
r- 'admirablYl-Tinc1icatedJtaelUn jthelate trUrnUiret apfnpnettd fomeiitarIt< .. the character save themselves and us the trouble ; UI. i' '
may the tIa *,bcnrb8'aoueq1
rifling
t t'r: ; 1 war from-the long as ianaiof'jtthe; idemagoruesinthe.1Militiahfor ,Wttttr id Southern States,. .Apply to the pub of sending them'lToryexaBlfflaAlpn; Post is a Be. warned jl&im?'- lf 4h.'tyranny of,TMhlOnlha wr11raItInc.Latin. t 'J t! 141' i .

'i \ Advertisement will,4* ifikrUd'at' the following g: ; :,whose effective Ii aliO.i. :OT/ -f.$9 ';IT AT? 50 X flt LfaiculyJpaper and nq article pot calculated to en.erthe silenced thoIoc.ofnuaQiceIt70nw111nOIake : ,1 : 'I.1f ) 1iiJor1"

j It: rat MI On.Dollir pcr'qatr !(of isrelTelmeB l) for and Serviceable organization'.it.is' high tftne V WIth tue above' work may be circulated by Agents family circle,can be1:admitted into.iti'f: t precautionary measures to. preverft jii eat.,* sad '!; <' ,

1 1 til* first, and Seventy-Fiver :*'I4te1ayTnbae;. that-some provision were made; in'our<. gallant I V :TUB' V JAP'Tr.T'V t, .*} *. liIBB'I -Jt- ny\CJ 'u 1esmeoe1 ,1n4LV-V'V KJ.oM.. .. .. 'V listen, at least,'W'he'yfeWf. oPfeaxw and be .tfIUL'J.J..- AS 1i1oooit
; '
&d.t1to it I Jate/bAUend to**]ighfeoldt
ere *
1 l ; royal octavo, I cored 3reSci t1a'eJiatibf"
: Gf '
'IUD'luert : "To Navy/la the best of wide- .k"'Jtt.
', V OO
n yearly''JIU'---- 'liberal protector our
Vatyts I
iwzfonnW2t (M.fftSorieuisSigJf .'ItsriekwiU ottheenlargw IUrra '11ID" once. Buy a bottle!J3ofifqr 8ayft.9rr9Ht ,
e61'luun"'tl '
4 ; diMonnt wflH* made,. All ;irans. ejif Adyertisen -' extended commerce and our almost as wide- -wore tha* &'| ..-' '; "f'j- ; ..J jThe Vse ; remain the same, vii t 92 00 par annum Syrvp of Wild C': bUd'Bd: iCSjDd thereby nip acorisumjaori 1iP.9b' a'fi moral
f '
I'. ''I 'Dtau..pt'Gf havUr ii Hinting acconnt J lyAttended matitime frontieriri";: ; Academic V Library hMabiea ibefctre V thc'puj.lio suffix ,'advance: j;;p OO/if;not paid iafadtanoW: iri'the' 'avoid long jcari oftnfferinf I t brIou orUismpoNJO.diBt0'. fjRail UHillcOlo..f. ''t'.

1 with the nurseries for Military and'.NavaV: ience, to-ke knownaai ontainu>2 a-i large For 3.lSooo in advance;one topy will be'sent four, ;, terfflfnatinptofrioften hJii, graVo.'. Is in Warren'N. ._ V
office I M pi4tiu cIentJ.loug
must be a&.Rid
1 &U14iJ .' ". '. .ji J4 the to worthless IMdgewaV ..:
l' wiT"? yean y 1** WI i.I ',.s "| Be ndt deceived by *mao>cporioasv :
'ri'- triumphant at last long vilifiedMikenearly amount of Yalu.blenw.tn aacl&:.numwc.of excellent the Ralefgh and
(; Mt>a.. though t ..&diit-td.Ttrrn to ctuh*, V.i& ',t I pteparatloa* f. ild.pherryf ushered into.no- pot. on rp.st1i jtafl R.do j V
: I at. a distance- f--jUJ-'' : ,. : -n -. every other good power of theGovernment'in it t.YOtb"-, ,else to..aeparate bfe.found.If t'..to- order.j-' t aeoomtn dAte that large:number of. t,fc.by Ignorant pretenders;,bu"t"see that the ,g- I.hall gin' thernecesehoolsand 1! 1 i tlon t t1 .= -.
n'to .their what
published
eni remit icoBtainstwew i '
U: : ; that "Llghthouse f Inc. Skies" TWT1.DOLR5W0UIdPot purehaw them. persona who wish'to take:th first elan paper but tla&uretolDt iitSwA-rnzIVon each' bottle;whwhis expect; :In m w1tos if. ui

I: I advertising,bthb o)3GiiTLteSt .r which is nowproving'its' .''utiljt -in )he books, mjstakingly;'(- Bfflc.ers of the College; to stt.i u..IUIDa&lIXU -
". 1 : One twelve lines j } : c.i V1 'onr slabs follow t :' V V'.Another Invalid rtttored to lhaltk.H inations,.grade all thfiedpplkant. admiL1J.1IJ&ll1 .
I qnare ( ) *jshed six months Coast founded Mr. J&rrx3ON t- concluded to reduce term to a* t"aqd ; .
'I'i' : fcr *Irr .i V !-< .10 00 Survey, by ; History, in sheep.WM t{ J{. J2; lD cloth $3.Librarl 4 COPIES -V -V,'' 95 08 per annum 'Read the most remarkable cure consumption to the diff ttt Cou.p". V 4witbouIfunherxamrnsti
; half million ofdol t.
I ; In the national gift of a "** \ *-w,,,, .'. 8'II ;.' '>.* *-.. '3100081500%. -"- ever placed upon record i .. "f : \ Two squares,for six ont4.f 'I\\s 15 00 m lars to starving; Ireland, rather: than. the Set' U U "" > I V '!$ -. .".. -- ;.SWATNE-DEAR rV'feel it V d'ebf.of V PerIODS sending to the JreiOiDpmIfnsSII o oat

; I Notices to debtm and creditors,; "' 10 00 wasting more than a hundred times that I discount it made to Agents purchasing .20 ", .->. .-' J00. J'' t ,:. gratitude due to.iouan'<"* duty.to the:'afflicted. 'scholarship& I8IIIUo.i1i.: soh oLiaJthvWc4 H <
J p And one to Agent or getter up ofbe.club. .4,;i generally, to-offer my bumble testimony infar C cinily College, unless acufl'peclaIarsnge1DflI-1 \/.' It
Applieation for letter of administration 6 00 i in Mexicans and in the *
cash. *
slaying k .
; ; i with the
", .A 1 .
Three Copies of the Saturday Evening Post, of your Compound Syrup of.Wild Cherry.. V Some 9bscribt ":' .M1gL.-t
9: for announcement of candidate i in search of Sir John Franklinand' his. ;. *14 JTw
for office 6 00 p ;
.
ToT .
; *> *atJ and one loC either Graham's Magazine or Cody's three years.sinca I'waa violently attaeked with
t t/j We avnouiwment will be nutd, wnles th. aam l low-navigators, though not in that sent : Publishers append tth notices V V Lady's Book for six dollars. .. ? -- .. cold and inflammation of the.lungs, which was TO .THE PEOPLBOH T11ESOiJTlftRNANDVSOUTHWES'YE1lNSTATE& I -I.

'1 J I k>e aotompanled with the amount'charged.BditoriaT quest of Sodom and Gomorrah. the History'nas"'received from the'leI Five Copies of the Saturday Evening Post;andTwo accompanied with a very distressing cough pain '. c T, _

4! j ,otices'fbf tWefit will be We believe in thew union of these' press.'&' V '," : otoitber Graham' Mtgaiine.or Gody'. La i n:the breast and,head, M very-considerable discharge V $q3lL t V .41bVS. S
private' THE
p dy'*Book, for ten dollars. -- of offensive_mucus from the lungs especialljtipon i- WESTEI rONTINEWr
1 arced double Ihe rate of adreHiwl ; but' not in the absorbing .in it,either by M REvV WHTRV.WiLLUJts: ; DD:3-ni4: j Three C4piee.Vof'the .Saturday..Evening'Post; V changes wdather, however slight.At. .A Popular Saulhern FariJritfncmn.ptT NfVIe.U"t k .n

r I Keligious;Obituary, and Mitr>iae p-aotlces, will I or consent, nations 'or regions that have -edition of Benedict1))') iHUtory' lie seems has to the and Two of the Ladies Garland,for five dollars.,, first,1 felt no alarm about"my condition,but was v.t'tral in Politics twJehgzo* .r.

I bspiblibedgr&tj& I affinities, no.congiuiti, //wilb 'usV .b a book of much.' Tft ue. Menuimite;madeV V Six Copies'of the Saturday'r.vening Port, and pretty soon convinced that I was.rapidly going V" ll
{ extracts from the -
I' ComnumlfiaUons. "be '.t : : lieve l in none of toe 'agitations meant to From'the"great'Variety W5thryortho of tha>ork two'of the Fountain (cont.ain1ng252'p of original .- into consumption. 1 'grow'daily weaker, and atlength' :1T.! : : k.
; mnst liPKOSPECTtrsl '
pot piU 8 of.Sartaln' _
i < : letter press and. Magazine engravings able to walk about SayCar
was scarcely or speak
j vide in order to 'or to 'sep mte-us; l furnishes .these the extracts will, to; our ,
govern .
,) for four dollars ( t- above a whisper,.. was the; .weak linYake.1 -:1',1. r:'
: L:4TI.j: : j exceeding (
at' ; V 116.have besides their own in trinsicinteVest, f nnII VES" yea
: We believe'in Republicanism, but not ; .1V this time CK'Co n t a papofVI&s: ,
.f ness or.m.lunga"Dur1ng had triedvarious
I II I '; focoism; i in n"o Aristocracy 1 least of I additional charm of novettyAi to the Bap A Premium Offer. preparations and prescriptions bat found i SSM.V: !largest tii e, !ti'prinhd! .'o'od paper, sa *I!

:. .1 t i ; J',> in that which (he demagogues strive to of compiled the United a mass States of he historical has with and laborio statistical is fi: The premium offer made'In the :last .prospectus V no relief growing all!'the time'worse.*. ',Just hen,, with fair type aoVl in all 'jfbf .araeteristies of a* ,It
OFt :
: for themselves by alarms about one '' no where else to bo found and which of the old firm, will be, adhered to.and continued L I was advised and persuaded'|JIlt dear friend in popularfamilyjqurnaLwiJ1eo3irefuvarsb1ywit-, tI Vtlie'tcstweekIiea.of1tbe
THE NATIONATfINT44NtER. The offer is as follows k $, -- ; Wilmington, mae trial of Wild. eorVtyVIIt baa been the ".
of the subscriber Make .V your.Syrup of :
the ,
does not and cannot exist us. in Judgment V' Imoftbe dlt.oprese* } h moral
among The Post Office of town in the.Union fromwhich I confess toao, .
to any Cherry. tv VthatprQiousiytlbeen ad..
almost indispensable one of 1 pn .
believe in of both the Rich volume very and to rnaintain's elevated of'1Uerar7- f"f
rat
the.rights shall receive '
the
and abundantly of the *- we greatest number of subscribers prejudiced'against patent medicines; and 1 '
deserving ,
The Proprietors of'this &ubui !have not the Poor, and in the right of all men not pastors and study of our churches; pf V 1 to the Saturday Evening Post;during th 0 am still against1 those coming out of the hands of excellence character giving to interest td i& eon snoh a varied 1.
as
heretofore in the forty oTiw i existence be hated either. We believe not in year between the let November, 1847;and the empirics understanding your claims to.the and injtract all minds aad. .
yea EDWARD UJJDKEIIILL Esq .Cor.tSec. isIi Ith. please all tastes. Besides b current foreign
+ i November;1848 (the papers to be mailed to ] profe88 and praqtc! ediciDo.&Dd havingim"Ucit } ,) news
under their -ent, bun' ty the habit rism, nor Anti-Rentism or Hamerd 'Society, England.-The and domestic the -of tlio' Continent
manage Knotty* ? Post. Office, or to subscribers through it,) shall faith in the sajf.ng .my frieuds, I fortJ- columns
of makngppeaIk to the pnplik favor;in any nor |jn]Red or any other Republicanism' is indeed an Encyclopedia of Btptist Lite; entitled to a continuance of the whble number c 5 ,with purchased .0rDr. $haw, one oryouramt. are supplied with, P:1: *I ': f''Jt

of the customary forms of,.soliciting patron our own True Blue. We should be glad and Baptist history; a book'for perpetual the subscriptions gratuitously,-for one year after a few bottles,'and commenced its use 'My disease ), 'Tale,,Etay
age. Nor{baring s1wayie1dtbeopnioithat see it all the world over. but do not in every" thing relating to ear external; I the expiration of the year for which their subscriptions was at this time .twenty or twentyflv.montbI from many ofth; '.Ablest writh of the country;. VV -**.
J shall have been paid.'. and and the'choicest' selections !original triuilad A *"*
standing, consequently
Public Journal inlhe it in in France
our other V
public day
a or any &EW YORK lbC n.DE .-Tie work The papers will be continued on, either to the found however'considerable'relief from the use tious from the literature ofl|K *b n
support by the sober ban orace of the Europe., We do not believe in giving with a review of the dissenting eom.r subscriber; themselves or to the'agents through_ of the first four or five bottlea. ;But being a public Germany. ui l L .,r VV ,. 1.f

year, not the flashy o iif the hour) ports to Santa Anna, but we do in the times, among whom baptiatie sentiments are whom ,we may receive the orders for quantities, speaker, I frequently attempted to preach with 711 e Letters from Geog. 4 MUwi U.CttSV "04

bav theytever'tnore Irequn /; once ers of our own great Commanders in with more or less distinctness. It increases and to whom the package or packages may be directed.or i- my increasing ,.strength, and V thereby ruptured all who bave're' '
pronounced by jt t ,h'aWIId-
had in ico. We believe in the MexV in interest as it advances to later periods, : to both, if there should be both in the those vessels, hat had.alrelid begun to heal in them -
oAnbody and vindications
:
twenty of the
yean honesty
occasion V SouthVosM
: the slanders ?
i facts are established by more numerous and L same towns! as the case may be. vAlirnyt this way, doubtless, my cure was greatly retard il. and df"".
Prospectus the principcs upon which ism of Gen. TAYLOR; but not in the historical j documents... Sinee the In consequence of acting thus imprudently, I had falsehoods of northern Janatkijna! that ever'emanated / .V

they endeavor to conduct &e paper' under of the "Spoils System." Consequently .. of the earlier work a good deal of pro-, in Advance. ,t V I- to use twelve or fifteen bottles-before I was. perfectly from the'Press,will M followed by other/

theLrcharge. ,j do not believe in Proscription, nor in hu been made in investigating the character The money for Clubs. must be always sentfn a restored.11 t have question a much-smalic VT articles on the subject of our yolderal relations M' n1l V
be sent at risk involved in .
1'&nce.Subscription. our the crusade now .
ii I They have been the less di pored tion. But the former history of tho Anabaptists of the Reformation, may number of bottles would have made me Bound,.butfor paging against th* fit
more
having long Mr. Benedict has made good use of the addi (when the sum is large, a draft should be procuredif the above'indiscretion." institutions of the Southern Sts, from tb. peas :"
over for the of a sub and widely filled the Public Service possible.-.the cost of which be deducted! The Syrup:allayedthe of Southerners '
t purpose revTi_yn information which has been gained in thi may V feverish habit, did the distinguished_ { r. ,
scription li t call to theii :ofca ibnal aid I, men unfit for it, we believe in the of historical literature. Indeed' we from the amount.)DEACON Address.& PEARSON put a stop to the discharge away of distressing matter from cough the; '- Dickens' Ntw Work,.Dtfafcy i Sat,. '

: instead good wo4s, ahese sudden of a large re-organization of it. this part of the work intensely interesting,, 98 Chetnut Street, Philadelphia., lungs and gave them and the entire system good justly u closed among the moss Ip1ilar productions 'V 1

transports_of barren public!pjrit,' because, We might go on and write a creed as worth far more than the cost of the volume. .health. I hare .deferred offering this .certificate of that able writer, ia given In idre'parts, immediately .

in such attempts .At getting!tf political revivals as the Westminster Confession; but all work contains likewise an extended rei- Editors copying the'above, or a fair abstract i o:r till now, for the purpose of being perfectly satisfied on its arrival in ihisco4iry.' A Mn..r
:
I 'it seems .be thought{necessary to rest is easily .inferred, and besides of writers both American and writings and on foreign the Baptismal,- conf 1! it, or who will give notice of the new firm and enlarged with the permanency of tho cure;and now tales, illustrative'A mention"; ry, is ia proparation -,
t may ,
that shall
paper (we ask not they be praised I) .that I feel perfect.ly.well,I offer it with pleasure. ,-and a series of jJ '
,
F' make a f3 greater parade:; $pf f! devotion toParty found in our past columns. So that exceedingly Curious and interesting. Il in their editorial columns; shall be entitled to an n V REV..J. P.JORDAN. cf. j I iU!

party should even' cejve where have but to say, finally, that we. believe eii proceeds to the distinct consideration of Ame exchange. Such as are already entitled to an exchange Dublin County,N. C" V .Let ten from 31ioIpes'I' ti1

men have not merely a. Part) but a Country the virtue and intelligence of the People ir"W Baptists whose rise is narrated at very con L for the current year, shall receive. th ie V will bhortly be comm nced. !:B H -e need not par Jimerit
It is useful to V
length. a study inquire thank of the new firm.TO f ticnlarixe. Our close proiinjJtjjWthegreat pUK., _
: to serve. To mere Pry, adI, I it*power,the long as they will really exert them, and the smteriugs of our fathers in the cause of JOB' PRINTING V V V Zeal, commercial and literacy emporiums oi.tM -

: Intelligencer has Devr sed any suchdevoton suffer themselves to be the dupes of the ,-men of whom the world wag not worthy, i rth 3UC. -'. V ,"' ,'V1L&TLTV country enables us to dissemjvnaiie latest fntel- r .J rly

even when actingthe: laist heart L. ogues their worst foes. when most .on American soil, fines, imprisonments, THE r'' EXECUTED"' AT THE OFFICE OFJTHB ligence on all subjects as pent'as.any of cmr. .:.
,
t that body of citizen* Whose prac ing! to be their friends. and exile because they,asserted and THE HOME JOURNAL. ,FtORIDA.RBPUBUCA3f.FUU.ERJS ,. .. northern contemporaries;. .id f*.our paper ia a* -
V the sentiments of Baptists on the ordi > S large and cheap, we.feel that,w.>Sate at least a*.
tice a well a avowed principles! Deemed t Upon these grounds the National of God's house and the rights of conscience ,;EDITED BY MORRIS & WILLIS. ..... > -. r' >. l "q -V equal claim with the worthiekt *T them to the patronagepf "" )at.

i to offer the steadiest and sincerest, hope c gencer presents its claims to a portion of the work should commend the HOTEJj: \Voliliigton City the aonthetri pubtic:4awh *e'peculiar" .

wise, and moderate government,.i and extension of that public to..aU '.Bapt.iat. It is wen rprinted, and .PUBLISHED, EVERY SAT0RDAT THE CTTT OF of Pennsylvania avenue' and interests onr Jonrnil is'npeeiiUjT: devoted.i Determined -r

ti The National Intelligencer;' t a word I, which it is the highest pride of its. 1 a V large and handsome volume. In our 'NEWTORK. 12thstreetEDWARD II. FULLER'proprietor; to do all in our povejtronsgerit 11.. Uei p -. ii4
all Baptists should !t who most respectfully calls the attention of his i
possess mostreapectfulftK; ted. AddrtM,
been of
ever studious, '.pitics and to know that it to _
already enjoys an old friends and and the V Vii i
temp NEW YORK BAPTIST REGISTER. pre At IvjoDdUanftjr Annum.: patrons travelling public postpaid. '.j r
of holding itself ar fission, whatsoever I exceeded by few Public Journals in tb an astonishing amount of statistical informs ,e 'V in general, to-Ills i Jpreacnt;establishment now in : lc "i TERM13r ..I&I .

it w ,thedayi1| { I has never I United States. and excites the wonder of the reader, how, full operation having-opened-oh the 1st-of December Single copy of the.Continent j'o: year; $!ft'"t J.

mae any opposition headlong andindecent, i its detail, it could have been collected. In IN November last,.we commenced the publica last. .The building,is entirely new, and, Three copies," ':,"-" J*. '''*'1t11_ 1. ,:n.

I as, from the moment of jjlbrs ( PROSPECTUS.. account.of the:Anabaptists of the Reibnna tion'of this family newspaper on a.new &ad novel was erected under his immediate superinten- Seven copie, ,-J' to''a-1
fnaugr ii the author has availed himself the informs denc,:with the strictest attention to comfort and Twelve VS
lion, banded itself against Pntoideni i pun. No similar work, intended to contain the convenience :The rooms are and with copies,; : 1 : : qil
obtained.And large afry,
recently history of the PICE of the news,elegancies- opinion and literature Seventeen copies, -
it has never j lent an. indiucrj$ inat, supporteven : I The Richmond Republican.DAILT Baptists, including an account of heir of our time, to COLL from the wilderness of i : fireplaces in each, and furnished a manner com I r29All I', J 4"o 1. $.) f
new subscribers,
to Administrations yhich i it bining luxury and comfort. The furniture beds .
from expected their imprisonments and their sufferings p the hour's ever flowering caprice, and to RESCUE entitled to A Voice OV
a pamphlet fromtbs
the It has ahv the cost of the whole volume. bedding; &c. are all new throughout house. copy :
most. j-a .resolutely; the good things eke lost in the bewildering floatageof V The ladies' Is Sooth,' comprising fctters- friseogia*- **"." .
,
avoided the excesses ion eita'!'it.lllle[ which ,.SEMI-WEEKLY, AND WEEKLY. CHRISTIAN CHRONICLE.-We have looked .adrift;had been' previously attempted the avenue'and parlor opening most: on'a spacious splendid,balcony frontint a sachnaetU$, and to theoutbttesslsa "- 4""

make so much.the shame ofjQqr ;:public affairs this work with interest.It bears the mark byotherswe ; '. '. furnishing 'or.wliich'iD' taste labor. The matter herein have labored in '
; -of violence and towards embodied could j successfully our vocation compete with ,other in.'.tbe3 Private &rSoft. gra. ., L. '
any Union. tI1.
indecency// f ; .L' :; tl
been collected and .
a remarkable
THIS PAPER, which has been three only by years investigation I. produced paper for its interest for V

: opponents. unbounded comj$>ji4|!>ce, towards the charge of the present conductors BOSTON DAILY Tuna.-Though of espe, value and popularity, and one adapted to'he I V parlors,Jn the arrangements parties requiring throughout such accommodation fib e.x uke'hu :jJH : OSPECTIJ n 'f )ulf'
p fellow-partisans. In its adversaries it has I wants of ALL;.CLASSES, or,SOCIETY i we have "I JS
OLIVER P. BALDWIN and ROBERT II to Baptists it cannot fail of command men spared to. render it In every reepect vrisar* 11 paEV t
f ever recognised freemen and rfeJlo -citizens the attention ofall inquirers into the higher sufficient evidence in extensive and rapidly increasing by Hotel W iTheuloction '
GALLAHER, is now becoming familiar to tb circulation, in the universal commendation passed any aahington..r: *-' n FLOItID1kIG. r.V : H
no matter bow much in the in and real philosophy oblst.oi7. The history is desirable, about
;[ : its every .
wrong citizens of Virginia. It has of the public and above all in the flattering way being midway ". >my.
friends, no matter how uch trusted and honored grown into favor denomination is intimately connected with press < ; bet..ween..the Capitol, President's.House the To the JVhir.f JresfTd; ; to lz V

II I- by the pursuit of a steady and unwaver of the progress of the human mind. And the encouragement and. cordial -approbation of executive: departments., interested in the ditttmintViVi, ,o/, Trut _114m 4IJ V
it has ever seen men whom the beatsof ing devotion to Whig principles, and by to which they were at various time our numerous LADY,READERS' in every section From E.'H. P.. long experience" in.j the"t4islner siseigbt.eenyeani1tn tsowitf Political. PnneiyUll'&j h 'f "._'1'J". xloining
of
f the conflict might lead top, far. There mild but firm advocacy of ,and their union advocacy of the most Vl the country V ( 'he'city'of Washington) he -.' THE ; eartteii'wfcrnjil withimpoi _._ lr' ,) V
Whig The
men an design and 'character of the HOME
has been 'I of toleration must win : feels .
constantly enough. I Presses to measures. principles for JOURNAL diner from those of assured-Of: affording satisfaction to all who 0the. Whigs.of FIorida. l efr. ooafEltlzensforthe5rstecisbea4.ktloa.feT.-
here-
spread those uncivic rancors-jwhich in free the sympathies of all enlightened minds. A | tofore established.The contents any newspaper fitted i may honor him with their patronage, in soliciting ; : D .sIi
; Having labored zealously to, promote tb of their origin and various fortunes must are to en- which no exertiqn.willbe-.pared. on .his to' Chief Mdgistratoof; the Unio.zi"A
than Reprosent
countries more thing the attention of the of part
e sedisgraceand
: any election of the. patriotic and enlightened ; and such a work is this of Mr gage man business and be merit their approval.V V VV r" ''*" tire V to Congress and an Executive Officer for th*
the a of instruction
State source elegant and entertainment
endanger ; enough to flatter Chief Magistrate of the nation it V to the The charge for board S I.-50 per diem' -*** V! State are to bo heei,} amj',li leetooV .*f V
is no domestic'fireside
and' clreleand it II rff
family J
to'infuriate defeat ALABAMA"BAPTIST. We this1 >
success tqxplfy: ppon the .desired its commend [ The Bar is furnished'with the choicest sefeetion upon whom wilt devolve the apt intment of a J.-
by publishers combines
false fancy or pernicious passiin I: the hour; to give it g work to our readers., .Let every"Baptist in' ,the striking and novel attractions of the of 'Wince,j Liquors, and Cigars that,ties market d/ciary and- .}United State \:Ol'.1./11 4miissutt IA
extended more abiding interest
efficiency by newspaper jwiththe of thi
an and secure a It wil) instruct
general CIfCU copy. and com
fan .ords- is iHtulred the political florid
to into-a flame every spirkl of ill .to class of It is VV V V ri tceK\krig of *,
I ) higher periodicals. in'the .ft
; lation. him in his printed
and .
They consider the WF&z encourage1 pilgrimage, and b e APorter will be in the ** J
blow into -a storm'. waifi pf unity oftlie folio form,.and large, "superior attendanco at cars on for years to come. The eontett t .' aim.'f.r' -
every opinion. legacy to his.children. paper, on new ".
party an object above all arrival to tho Hotel free and the rosaU *
The has personal considerations clear type obtained expressly for the and f. 'eonvWy'baggage to mastery; wiUtatHefaUcf thj r tfl '.
Intelligencer endeavored, therefore, and SOUTHERN BA IT.-Th whole gettin is purpose; expense. vanquished perhaps_hretrieva ,It then _
they now appeal to the Vhg in iU whole arrangement and details .
a most C1cl
to make itself the humble and this work is in .- -' -'.- ,
'
a becomes the to'
,; j as times of the State to aid hem style highly creditable t 0 favorable specimen of the best ': V : r..o. 5, Whigs gird then ftltwiUa mlpt-.s

have gone, the almost undisputed mission c>p pwithstandiagand I scription by" a liberal -.subf I that Benedict publishes it. In the preparation o f country. In addition to typograpnicalskillerthe these; and as one l" FALL and to go into the struggle rii1.1 .4,a.r: j ailft
work Mr.
has
made a most valuable SESSIONP'V termination commeniiurato witbZ*.' mom _
of.allaying.i 1141103 oCl.tI most valuable tit i &eq
in :
thus peculiarities *, reference tw.it
The Editors will to Beptlstt'Iit.rature.'Hi. fnterests ke."* I R' .
r'
and continue to ,give boo k to the diversity of,talent 'Randolph.l\Iacon a |s 'Vff ; J .
tfc thelI. : employed it College. V
aiming consequently i thile at the should find a in ;upon. ,, In the '
.
attention' to the various Public Improvements plaoe every intelligent family Jf I the cheapest paftr in the United States. -: eampaign it is inlenjiL-i mak* ti*'y 3t J

politics of country, not of party, ij his, to be and labor assiduously for obJect ', our denomination.t "VV V ".. V At all the baLk number of the work are entirely npho Fall Session,,of.this.Institution .w J FLORIDA WUIG aneffieientAatlliizy.. TM '

useful, consented to be somet ffi) tnpopular I. every ''Tirs CHRISTIAN REVIEW.-There"'is no other exJiaudcdce have this day the Zltt oi ,JL:commence on"Wednesday;'the 9th or 'At Wmqwiuot be found Wit.whO ""bW1L'r. I-0
calculated Saturday
and occasionally to incnfi' 'Id the firm to enhance the prosperity and single work which even approaches, in completeness August, increated i the ; JOURNAL gust;1848. The Preparatory Schools at Ri Jgway the trumpet 'with an.oneerta i'!."J&U lUU.

ness of its of jl renown of the old Commonwealth. and comprehensiveness design, Benedict's for t.dltioJtf'HOKE and Gareysburg N. C.;will open oa the 4th Mon give a cordialsappmrt th.nomc-t *"w.J, ii _
purposes more i-th animosity The Daily Paper, by mail $8; Semi-W eek-: History of the Bapt Bt.., and9rore respectfully that SUBSCRIBERS all day in July.t. .f M ., :OJ.+ & : L:. National Convention;" and in UsMroeaoy ofth. "" p .
J of one side.than of the.favor <$f tbd other. who request FACULTY'OF..COLLEGE.--A ,. great and.glorious principles of HIV 1Wblg py.V -4
;
1), $5; Weekly $2 to be paid invariably i in Tn CHRISTIAN REECT6R' intend taking the paper; will'commence their :
Hence its disinclination to invoJ c party goodwill I. ASD WATCHMASrWhataays ;-V fubteriptiontvnththepretentnum W. Smith.D.JI4r'Preaiden&andPi-ofesaor; it will tter> fonha ftarfesj an.flwfl7'C$3A .":d
.
advance.V and nights must have been riven I to tr. ? of Mental Moral .. .
and .upon hold sA ;
kjlproper occasions Ibllt'
"' Two Philosophy. ; : ;ti" ; ?j
by periodical.profession q$ laitii. 01 to .DT iT IX .. tedious reading to hard study to the collection of Termt Dollar a year u.three copies for: David Duncan-A.M., .k'rofessorof- Andes ny.the' p.tmclplel'oUlodera Deeis4aryth eli th.1I313 Lihideousness
-- --'------ five dollars -
documents in .
., inane a paiaapoi those priucn }," tne pro- The the examination of div details and ex. The invariably advance. Languages* 2' -. f .' n. *i "ivOT.. V nakedness'- and < I AUy_'r V !&awt
affords of the best HOME JOURNAL is pout to
fession of wbich Bepublican one L tensive correspondence, by mail -all'partsort.he -
seems bta very .few.can fully under .
3fteo
( WHIG finer :
to. made Ezekiel A; Blanch,'A.M4 Professor of in ,;fariy'oek.;.teemeset.cSh oii '
United
stand.'It i States the British
mediums { Provinces pureand
for country and city advertisem probable that the-l1et and tc .
generat.lonwlU
'. '
with the "
] Mathematics. "" idngly eommitted to
I I greatest particularity// :3o dispense of feel more deeply the tdebt of gratitude which Europe.done up in strong wrapper, with the utmost applied ': 4- : a .Ti:8Or'h.! := ,
in the j
State. The
men from their practice.ti 7 I t j any journal V Termsare I they'owe to Mr. Benedict than does the punctuality and deslatcn.Subscriptions V Rev. Charles F.'Deems., A.JoI.,"b'Professor: a war against ; V -
,
preseittV c. Experimental Sciences. tioo **
: *V i V nor..t1'elty4J" ; -aawv
V Its own principles it was nc pM while V THE.TEJTSBSSJEE BAPTIST.-.The'contents the orders, remittances, and all communication Oliver II. P. Tntorsof V .With aview'-to' the' V554 *54V
In Corprew.-A-, Ancient furthCTancB'ffla 1e aar'ta;
be -
DailyPaperOne (15 lines *, most addressed ( !
for the National square ) History whole paid) to.thi
as a to
Intelligence bel
are .
jfproclaimingthey often us ft treasure,and i* Editors GEO. P. Languages and Mathematics. x whchthiFLORWAHIG.Ls1edgedthi -
being intend auc( ) more 50 cents 't:Insertion. ; 25 cents each contin, such we recommend it to-other*. But for curse 1. f "N.' WILLIS.MORRIS' PRINCIPALS OF PREPARATORY. V efiorts. of all Whigs;good sad trn tare invoked t-' ) J"U tJf

j, for use than*show,.,and origin! ly uance. yes, we would Dot,.be without'.the information ,Jj' ,V I 107 Foltjn-rtreefc it' V,; SCHOOLS. v >u '>I aid in tending iU circulation:'1 Tt e paper sh *J4 f"I V

to profit others rather than t dlopted.._ In Country Paperr-75 cents per .square, furnished in reference to Baptist of the oh)world) "Wmi.TJ Davis, Principal of the Preparatory bo placed the hands of every'TV. Mf a thKji '
.|mseve3. insertion .37 1-2 center for each from the fourteenth to the seventeenth centuries 'ICADEltIY SchoolstCege.'V.. a ; T trict.'c. :- V- < t The only real exposition of the)[H' bi those *ul;; continu alone; for.the price of the whole work. ',' tINDER TUB DIRKCTIOJf. Charles/ Stuart, A. M. Principal of the Pre The WHIG will continue' 'wn'aiLt Editorial t .I

who are engaged in,high public :sf'is: certainly ance.Address _V e _THE_ CHRISTIAN_ __ _INDEX.-The,volume before_iisu OP LADIES OP.THE BACKED HEART,, paratory/School at Gareysbirg;' J V charge THOMAS B. ALEXANDER.J C'V_,

V to be sought in tbei actid4* not.their ;,, RO. H. GALLAHER, = ui= ivoou uonuy on evcieeiMucat niswry..t:1U VV NEW U, YORK.The If I I .".Wm C.i Donh- A. M.. Pnnsinol-,of,- the-- -P-.->. 'Adcant* Tfrmt.;: MflSTMw' V

I words; in their"daily' walk rny.12 ,_ >a Proprietor.V real value we know not how to estimate anght.Cert&ln -V Sacred Heart parat0ry &kooWRi. a 7 ,. ."" .; For Single Copies, V '-, -V & 'as. It"' "<
a4ucozwersa- 3lt : is t
Academy 'L
.
about
: -i .S eight V _i'er
f we are, ten The collegiate jew ia divided into For'five Copies, :* V ; .
i tion P. S. eagle would Dot bear two sessions. J l.V .
not of away from the
theiroCca8)ona1,, Ourcontemporanes the clty-ot York in the'viDityor [
efibh ply.to. country from'TIS our copy without some assurance that Harlem .The first begins weeks after, and the second 21 FortenCopies't; '. 1 LiV
f' propitiate, and to,pass off talklftr( perform- preS8.through utV1;; nia and North Carolina would be able to replace it. V we is romantic eleyated l and Manhattan ville.-,The site weeks before the 2d Wednesday in J 11D8. To such For.twenty. ,Copies;> 'i ;- Vs 'J'. _' 4' I-
ance. Yet will confer :.a' favor which .LEWIS COLBY 122 i Ao , ?! |[ Intelli upon us, ; au'Street, PIB:, buildings are erected In"a handsome The ( : enter/College,,it is important that ., & C.. .
will be USHER. style. be in attendance'at 'b; 415
gencer ( 0.4 breadth) reciprocated they insert the above V grounds for recreation and promenade neat they the opening of the session. ,

are easily ; f ayi therefore Prospectus in'their::'respective journals, and Oct. 12, 1843. tf spacious surrounded with shrubbery are, and p1e8.ansi student.. short'absence under i'advantege&whichwrn at that time may place. NOTICETO.CLADlA.lITfI-oB.IUlVo. V i'"p tie iU-

on this the.'principlesiOf menc.ementof .call attention,.to it." antly, This shaded by forest and grove trees.- / _, : throughout the .l6A .,* Qui linpairlils8cbolarship scriber having devoted his ratteaUki ftr rpwaHsi.. .'M
institution in its of ooune"of
a new era ; our,homage NEWPROSPECTUS.., plan education, unites 'study i* IG--&rr&1tged as to meet the Wants of often yean to the prosecution! 'ifaljfc* again** ::4iM5i
that be
.I'
every advantage derived
to both affirmatively air*. A. 31. MAXEY V tual and can from a/ uno--young men who'desire to acquire'/an .extensive theiGenaral Government andbetve.sVhsVii- V 15iV V
; ALWAYINADVANCE conscientious care bestowed on th/lupUs succeeded by great labor and in obtaixo J **
ex.ase ?
and i this method to announce to the 'V 'r in branch of science English education without studying the'Aliclen;
negatively. if 1 TAKES pub ; every becoming to their ollectiori
1 sex. lug by and pnfeftaso p4iyts &*
that she will keep her Languages. The benefit to b* derived V from ;the ; most .
In general, we may say that he'' Inaugural House during the rammer for open the 'Boarding- TRULY A MAMMOTH. SHEET. Propriety the deportment,politeness,personal neatness BSO'.of,the Libariea and from attendance on tho complete and extensive re 0r4s'of joyiden o 4f th*.., .****

Address,of Prewdent T4TI4X erol>odies, Boarders and for the accommodation of reception of V and principles morality j ape objects of V Literary Societies ehonld stronglypindnce -"io't'
strangers unceasing .The diet is (
? on the eubsstinqUesbons of ; :dy,'the or travellers generally. Grateful for the very lib REPUCED.,PRICES TO:n ci.uis.V and wholesome.assidnitjfv The health of the/pupils good, abundant is young men to prosecute their; studies here.'In or tio tom the earli l period. 'et* .w rita--tk |Tnu*
doctrines which have al eral patronage hitherto extended to her 't) the der fore stndant.to enter npoxthenlish CoUrse: teminationthereof, L ito 'wltr'"TN ?SHHn'of- .rn1**
!
she of
object constant
vre upheld : will _solicitude,and in sickness they of the line
con and taft of the
THE 'Proprietor "f'ibS4TU&DAY h r to safrctf
DO effortl 'to *must be with artayi appointed af
An : spare gin satisfaction to all. EVKNINO' with thoroughlyacquainted English
invariable observance of [ Her are attended maternal tenderness V
t I1stltution 'X the Continental niL4
POST with
house iI ;satisfied from the Grammar, Geogtaphy. Congress tfNMfettne*indt'wl
commodious and situated of the last andArithmetic.i
In r
V experience two Difference of
a pleasant religion will
notfbe
-the iDterp'relatipoIo: be #] that of that it i an obstacle to .The to the Returns known as tM1"WIibgtOn Pa! -d1
gene ] part of the town. yean the manifest destiny of their the admission of ladies V expenses of this institution are as follows t
/
Reason, decisions'of the Jacksonville to take its young provided they are Board session pert,-!.the:i" State Papers Wi (.!ImpOraa; .. lUll.
Judiciary, and May 17, l848. paper stand at-thevery head elthe willing to conform to the general. ,per: $40} Tuition and Deposite
the adminisbaiiveprecedents: esfablisned in j weekly press, have resolved make thd Post more:: the'school. : regulations' ( Fee, per.session. 22 Oor S125 for the collogiato -' information from tho archives of tft*GaeraJ '.''
V-w
V good: times__.not the subtleties ofjthose James IV. Bryant, worthy than ever of Its high poiition.V They, ac 'j/W.T" \. .iCour i- .year, exclusive of."fncidentaJ:eTpenses, .' State- Governments thus compr tar"tho asl tgepensi
ical wordcatchers polit ATTORNEY'AND'Cot1 cordingly now have the pleasure calling the at-' tI or r'r' .e_of Education.The c which include tho tost'of text: books;fuelj(urn! and valuable tfrtdenee ev' l1elclll.7.brl- SiJ .
and 1it ra1i6f. rho cannot SEl.LOB.-'f-UW,, ention of. the religion and its respectfully
find
in the pnstUntion authority1 for the! Win attend to Professional business the Court ha been greatly duties being advise that and Stat officers ,* i'V
cxIV enlarged. .n{ yit Vti t r. the primary object ot /gOOd education it ii parents, moro pocket money than i is neeessaryto J theirfipptintmesit*, .
ercise by Congress of the beneficent'function'of ottht> tuter* Circuit Florida, and In the Fed This enlargement enable them to lay the.eqiivr, with theiattontion/ttne.fSo ; treated supply the reasonable 'WtaVOSdent : "stu promotions services and eases of r g4aU Internal eral Court tyr.tbe Northern District alent of'eight more portan,a matUf, is V fic!raof the medical staff, '_ 'I ":
L Improretfrente,bat abSpdant'war Florida. column of reading .before and enters'as the basis into.the plan of studies injurious.ThoCtoaetKe of coritracUug 1'\1 matej par S-f"
r ; following ,.
.
rant for &' : ALSO their robscriberi weekry"being"in fact In debts with tradesmen the PYTs.sodlapothecRles.havIs tithe befgiSde i
W& ; :Abndptioni, I AGENTj an'addi very class and department of school. vicinity of College is .
and _
r. .tion of one-fourth. to the old of in a high 6'Cb' army r oeene I in .1.w ti
area the 'egree'peruicloos. 'il'1
The
course of education .-A lwf the Stat
Lfgielation paper
.
for.
.
f BuetDeis'In' comprises
Wxontcmpl the general, :
fichtfal State reading, elooutlo.wrltlngt t ?
"au;; \ respecting V' Jln GfVirlt'P designed to i o1seary 1 nl-ol1anef E1' *Se ,1 tei
Chatzctef tkpaper.ienc1a1 : 'arithmeticFrench prorid a xemedy this
thority of Con/rresa./ ; f' granU and donations land, and the location and English1grammar '- rbvth iof ..
departnt the .
I The ,'.English,and French- bat4otJl: CbUsges is" to:this WaC' z-J1
or soiling thereot.Oll eharieter of polite ''literature reflfept 'auy ,
4ld
As the papers-such ;; merchantwhoVshall,
to as r. \lwJudin
iffwhichthe .
spirit sSoveitjment I ., it ha been under''the competition :in both give'credit to a villeW'i\ \ I Isutajlit
supervision of the prcuse- languages,'history/ -
is to be .ALSO AGENT present tent with .nveiai ragHDaa&erlS "jJ.l
admmstered under the Xspastitjition < i ill Editorha1tbuulntaiadolhi' sacred and profane chronology, *the' authoritytfn kit nnt'or *1dY1 Q"
geography,
V 1 we beUevewitb6urPresidentAattitat for the collection of Claims rnpbri thC United V V I /l'shall bej neutral in.PpUtjics'an4-Jsi..Rejigion,- v rtl.J, ,at .use of the globes and delineation of maps;the ele the guardian shall upon conviction of the fact, forfeit/ partm duetqrs nt of 1 the p1tF W'Z lot:::1-

j guide is tb t maxims ,SUUs for MilitAry other.wrrices the sam ,time thit Ishal ment of astronomy, ,chemistry natural aebVforfeit )hUlic9W,,Md.bflned/ : eommssaryflItaryiIinand
rjot
D8ion. philosophy,1
and onact !" jl its Let ir j JaMV
o the V V V Jlt IJtlm parents and oMeenC'ofthe'line ott hO14.dSa
1 all gnd1arsbvue
supplies fan volunteers for VV breath, V V 4 mythology,geometry, &0.; kinds of : regard to this
I "Father an4
of W horses V ueetul..ulJ.. ""
or
&xvtif 4rlier Jaw-and; whew Jng staff "i'_ I la '..
< Ismay
other ornamental servtne1 .
property lo t,, whkh th. United.&ate.Addrec'.Tack.ojiJ. : : Qri 'fto1hd eilt.ArtlafttJ J pWdle'worke mbrold..IDc silk.- .boneaessary.to open'a 'aoV W
I :f I Presidents; aftd that the anclZof 'Would ":Its Original Tale, KkeUfcM \ nille: gold and ,silver," tilciall1ower';Cud'. 1 count with s>merchant,)let the individual''d&!' .anVse-smp'lieuteliaD' liE n.:.:. .
Essays &c. every
I !be the pecuBafleobrs b ofthe-b.1"h.at; ,. .. ,_ _._;_aban_ : of faney-work.iacoor'dinr'to ,tignated..and theamoon speclfledjand .tv,ofmvmastisrtL'irilartermsaterr.* \r _ilt 't. V
t of-: the Eait'..'. t. !.,,V -. --a--" ilha""t.o.---*- 4..Ie species -th""wi >i nf ; the evil IV also
P. -'- Y4&1 wu ;officer*of th*
-I ovennmwn tide can:,be over looked from r VI ueparou&I' **_ :?*- >ltatytt .J td"Jr ; ,4-"- frrr'r} 'rlT eoatipental
i.LcJy ;uynasty.. .m 14- a foolish for ; .b4PQtIJVfliI Id4.LJ" j1u4Si4'mnndj.mce'cfl1be
respect
V thi ,
1 P1 In regardlo our;Foreign-Policy: wai ; Trpe. 1'.pujidry;, .'. '. 4U V originality. v V ; r.t V- *r F ;'i 1 1 *rotsI TCTHtfl' VIloarJ. "*'** .. f ,pItEP .,... ,..9 XQ oJ NX.. .a(I IflVmyane4*IOVqnIJ
on '
1 t' It*Selected AntIeIwifi be pe 'Py ttzi *- r
I ;
: eider that laid'down in-Wash inWon's fFare rnpe 59'OOU>, CORHZB Of AUK:,If.JTOr.: sources j-and the Veaden of the prdenred POST (from finf I/ too'itUone ahd'wasninTr**26QPosUge. .'' bJ i. the. iTSelidolt V o?,a eonnt4 ginporUntrln'the V

( well Addresr aftUseparably'the4ne which J. cubces-lber Have' taken the;:Tjrp* tapon finding in its page the best .Tales m-"de 1 charged theTJarents. yituw* 'OOt
belongs to ttt'syetemjand, lc CFOUNDRY,and wnt/mtlnnett: *bwW &o;;'thai// ,cither in the Essay, I 'Pa111en ate!to 'be'niadeVemfannuanyljl'aii'f tit.lIdJ ..ft\I &I o' .' Pt. *% !ilriS
watitiijion* lately oonducUd appear /foreiga or domestic D borh -elaims iSfe" *
by .itooert JI1. I -#5Vaa iv oct--I1I' .blelt th, 1 per4i before th* !
which pIac ppiness aadwisdom\for! ttejl to idlmfim>flmay;.: cKwithi ,4rnenicirrii1 English. t-. .' and.3 .I deduction WiH beifwn 'madevfor'4'traipil u&ttrr studentrTor the ferdiDary/ :tEcnsV and ue'kllbWe 1foAil cMeeecaaIi' fr
con Wbalite. with-
V' nations in the 'IUUPu1oUl Ob aQC jpf., toalKy,and despatch;;All the TnntQvf&etare4 \ XfLrf; ; l before the.xi1rstjon 1i ''*s K s5
Justice and Peace. TbVuBaxims of;. Kare- pish by-th.all m win bo Hand!'Ca t':<4n. Agricultural: IW&grKutturalW: J1. A f; r tor'eo :
matter of which the Pint 'J.dJ .T-J
veIl IdndsTiofJWstfer'jjJtoeriafci.of :: .
th, ; I = tMiIT V
bed sr.Q-.bJ.
Addresilbeinj bt
V ; iwaitbiO Hour] I'or- ttdmifc&vmhtrttofcm.ttlouJUt PfrfSbr s akortIpaecharges. '. ; .
quality Mr.'J.t Overend IIct oe' sfreh : -
stfU thfmiantityjof .tba.n .. T ases tvfdencoAntion aewbdb :
V eip; licy,. of tha>M lWars the exrpioyed in any other paper, shall be '' t.-l. .6i'IttiPJI U n f.M k. tea rrom V Ti'H |- ;I
< ca I :of nperjntendhi attjamfaetaring department 4', PODlpoaed..pt the besfartiola I ; he laalf'b "laioDJ I n1a6aoe l tb ea.LblIdirn 5
U V q "Manifest Dpttirfy,? and of-"A1|iff f Oregon Frerietenefawgpipe .ho"e'lIO&advbi. -cal*'*devoted that
4 or none," 1DI$..fie ]pokedo",u; Ilojaj ttnfor lied (or the IUbtori 9', who may irubjish thl4no our) AgrieultorairDepartrnWit to the: subject .Maktflg itfthiiway ;xtra .- V !. 'r \the CoUegfl pjroperi',:. "o&rdt 'It sing
thr e alMtJiII *111 be'.Uu.u Wperior?to- <
possible point Of dkprw ioojt Co tbfl' oda b what ft i language ia luenUy w r. rT. ,* r
.. Diy in )&rpeJ bytb.eevJM spoken ID th* 1 'Tt-'CT j" JV' 'j r a 1
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