The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: March 7, 1850
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Mr. Clay's Speech. the one to which will presently call the attention actions dunn'g'the'progress of'.thls'discussion 4 .\Vhrl'i )the Tery argument: f which abas-t.h.been leg elatlt' < "'baUa' '' > -- : ,-4.:: _- {. '. ':1 .

(COKCLUDED.) of. the' Senate.' We- should 'have Cpngress.S'' During the discussions'JD the most aften :ndinot seriously.urged by'the President the > Ve:>wf'ntfcar: ', ,1ft;: the coxiTeierac y;..,'Ant:nowj:w'benfd'r:tw, : __ _

61r, \ hilcI.wa engaged in anxi 3con&deration carried it through the House but for the voles H.use.from day::to day 'and:.from"night'tnlghtfot South baa.bee.thiswedo not.wantcCoqgre's us back to a' sense chastising of the immeasurable of Heaven to bene bring. mral lime; any free Uemtoiy- t';: these, '.: _

upon this subject, the idea of the of fMr. Randolph/of Virginia Mr.' Edwards, the7jreqnently ran:into the .nightwe to legislate upon.the"8abject(of slavf l ry fitsamfbIessan: ; which'hav "been bestowedupon1 : great'acquisitions' in.Florida,-Loaiwba, and ,' '. '" # _

Mieur tmprmise a it has been'termed, North Carolinatid 1r.13iirtor1 of North. whoyete! _for iidmltting'MissOurfintothe at aU.k1olloughlAotto touchit, You have us; by' Providence.. -At'this : TexaK- had beVn* n den4 mounded othi" ,. _
wa" consideed by Caroll -\. o. I think, '? the'' three .noongerlhhg Unrotii; j aid to.our brethren 'from the no1 poweil-overit.' [Ido",not,: co'Qc'urt.iasJsjvelli ; : with'1the-exception here"arid there mom'ent.: benefitlbf the 'Sooth- op rV'' whea;'ior" the?' :. _

me, and Anally rejected, as in j ,Thos&three Southern ;votes Northi Whf.'gehUemenTif there be any provision knownk!from:?what' have said'upon I departmentin. the manufacturing a"pi.rItietrlr bus-! : firsCtuie'ffee" territories.- i'f ittt lto be .. .
kss'worthy of: the common acceptance: of were all cast ngainst the compromise proposed : in'that constitution Missouri.: which that question,, in thia.'vie: y:pf'theVubjectj.:: ; ness of the all is; : intrpdacjeJerritories- withottlf,'ttfi jinstHal6 -' '-t 1'. :
both patties of this Union, than the!project to the committee bf.lhirteen 'by.:myself,', aschairttiah'bf. is.repugnant to the'constitution of the United bat:thatis the southern argument.. We do, happyrich..:--and poop Our prosperous nation and has / sldVern I I put it .the. uearn/of my .. _' ,.",, -

which. I offer to your consideration. 'j:, fe '. that* "committee. and .they de- States' ( it 'is a'nullity;; -ThebnstitutionfThe not.wantyou,6ay'they:: {to.legislate-.upon grown toXmagnitude: in power a'ri'd in' greatness .:i countrymen' matters this South. ,It| J li Irlght to' I I __ __
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Mr. President, before I enter into & particular It United! States!! by virtue:Citio\Vn'! the subject of slavery. i But.if you adopt the to command the respect, (it does".not i that consequence'. : _
examination,however,of that Missouri In .that manner things,: ] ld'for, several ation.vindicates. itself. ,,There: I Is] not a tribunal Missouri! line; ana thus interdict slavery call for the'apprehensions of.all thp 'powers i this ae.nltJatecl; no longer* tha'A _

compromise, I beg to be allowed to correct agreat days. The greatest anxiety; prevailed.;. The uponearth, if' tliequestion'should .be north of that line' YOlfdo legislate upon the of the arth'' with' .'iyhichwe can come in i the r very sorl:mQr fions.lroaitNorthcarolic4.lOg" "pn the prescnteuott, of ., : _

error, not merely in the Senate, but country was unsettled,; men were n'nhappy. brought,before"'Jhem,".but-WQuid pronouncethe subject of slavery, and.you;,legislate idt its contact.: SirVdo/I;; depict 'iwith 'colors' top ; )f-" '. ''-.iff' _

throughout the whole country, in respect to There was a large majority. in the House constitutionof; the United'States para restriction, without',a,corresponding-equivalent -' lively, she'prosperityjXvhich has 'resulted' to: A Sehedoeied' tc 1iVttj i, ta rtd.-. : :

my agency in regard to the Missouri coraprpmw '--I then- s. I hope and trust there is now a mount, and must- pronounce'. invalid any, of legislation :south" of that. line for'itS us from the operationiof the constitution journment.;> :: ;: \ ': .s .,', '_ .,"

or rather the line of 36 Jeg. oInn. Srjj iajorify in Con reSS-in favor .of thejquitable repugnant 'P1'isiolrn:! h.e-'.con8tit.ation of admission;for I insist that i if there be legis-i under which>e.live!: ,Have I ,exajgerajed"inanydegreel 'jMr; Ctar." ;Mi'Ppfd! 1'J Ifkope'*".'&i:, :. 'f: ___

established by the agency of Congress. ; accommodatIOn' 'Bettlement Missouri. Sir that ,argument;:was turned lajion.interdicting slaverynorth'Of'fh ; line, ate wllonlybave i the gbodne ifdon't -. ,
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I do not know Mr. Preside, whether any ,hs question. I could have any collateral and twisted; :and'used.in every possible variety then tbe'principles of equality would require Now-8ir-letmegoa.nttle.iiito detail ;.as tire"out 'their patience, l..wo J! "' : '. '-. _
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question passed which I that 'of form bu 'all"was in.vunAn: inflexible that there-shOuld',be .legislation to the I _
thing has excited more surprise in mr mindas pleased; except ;' :admitting sway in'the: councils ;of' he- nation, clu mgto.1ar".begln'Josee:1 1 ; and $' shall H- .-
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to the rapidity with which important his- when it came to the vote, by yeas and noes, majority stuck'put to the last against slavery south of the line. ,., '.* : whether of the 'North or 'the 'South, during v.r tty soon arrive'at the-end;;. "lliadj'macb Vi: ;: (. _

torical transactions are obliterated and pass I unfortunately-more unfortunately then than the,admission of Missouri,:until""the" .resolution .Sir: ,.,I. have::said that I never couldvote{ the sixty,years "of unparalleled prosperity rather dccupy haran'| :hour mm/'thafil'; leavfi:* ,.--;-, :>-}.V _

out of the than ha the knowledge of I now, I hope-should there., be occasion for it was offered and.passed..MrUnderwoodtthe!, for it myself, and I repeat'that I never can, we have enjoyed. ..D'urini'thefirt 'twelve whatI 'ha ve' to': say for tomoft'perto'trespass -! '' .. _
memor -there. were but few .Gurthlse 'and Lepnii. and neye.frill,:vote i- and>m> earthly of thej administratipnV'drrtbe the .
the fact everywhere considered I -; ;. ; :request of Mr. ; power years : 'gqyerhmentj' pon :patience.. ofthe "Senate nn- "
: the tha the wa line of 36 deg. 30 min. dases, ready to risk themselves for the safe Clay,'read the resolution as follows will ever make me,vote, .to spread slavery ; ''horthern counsels. .rather t prevailed; .uoer--d 3Y't' .11 '. '" .vi't..r. '. M.> '- (
which ty and honor of the country. But I endeavored over a territory wbe e:.it 'does.not ,exist.- and out'of that sprung the B.ink-6f the- Uni- "Suehrthe'Tnionjuid suchtejjjd.\'L ji ; '". > '''',,' c;
; was established the occasion! of. Resolution providing for the admission of [ : ; .': "" .
the admission of Missoun upon into the Union. to avail myself, as much as! could, of the State'of Misspuri.nto the Union &a Still, if there be a majority. i<'who are for interdicting ted States; the assumption'of' .the Stata'debts; riouV fruits We are told 'now, i an4 it is' .
the good feeling that prevailed and after slavery'north of: 'the. line' there bounties to the fisheries .' throughout this entire "
t Mr. President, would take toe much ; certain co dition. ; 'protection to the rung country, ,.t that thE :
time to over the whole of that up some days had elapsed, I brought forward Resolved by kite Senate and Howe of Representatives ought be a majority, ,if justice.is'done. to domestic manufactures-I. allude to the :'act Union is threatened with' subversion and :
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:IE-- era in the public affairs of the important another proposition, and a new 'oae, per of the United States 'of Americain the South, to J admit slavery south ol;the of 1789; neutrality} the wars,'"of 'Europe; I destruction; Well sir,-.the first ,question" .- .

shall not it although' I contr. fectly unpractised upon in the country, be- Congress assembled, That Missouri shall be line. And there ,be a majority to accomplish Jay's treaty; alien and sedition' : laws;. and,a which'naturally arises is, supposing"' I
materials attempt before ; derived hue careful fore or since, so far as I know. I proposeda .admitted into this Union both of. these purposes," although I I quasi warwith .France.-, 'J'.dd notsay/-sir, Union tOb'dissolvedhaving all th* 'caui"ses .
me, a on an equal footing -
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joint committee of the two houses that cannot concur in their action, I shall be on'eof that those l 'and ,: "of grievance : '
and particular examination of the of ; with the original States,!in all respects 'what- ; :prominent measnreswhich' which are cpmj>Iai&gd, of.
journals of the House consisted of 23 members; that the last to create any disturbance; shall i were;,adopted during the- administration -I'how,ar'wiU a'dissolution furnbhi,; "rem- .
both houss. I 'fi not occupy your time of the Senate of-I do not recollect precisely. the ever fourth,"upon clause the fundamental. condition, that be one of the first to acquiesce !in that legis of'' Washington into detailed of the l sectionof
of the 'h"e y"-sixth "
by going
any how but of lation, although it is tor; were carried northern c tq he dTssolyed for:
:. whole transaction but I will content many, a proper number, to meet the thirdarticl. of the constitution, submitted contrary: i my 'own exclusively1 by. tin- 1 any' 'eifsting tables, it -
; n.sl the committee of the House; and that this judgment and to my own conscience.I sels. -Thercou'dnot' have beeny, but vere vvill be dissolved because slavery Is jjjjerdici. .
with stating that, s far from my committee be 'appointed by ballot. At that shall on the part of,said State to Congress, hope then, sir, to keep the whole of these carried'mainly by the sway which.northern., fed! or' not allowed to'be introducec} into thd &
. be construed authorize the
presented as a proposition the line of 36 deg. time, Mr. Taylor, of New York, was in the never'oi' to I matters untouched' by any legislation counsels bad. obtained 'in the -aflairs- of' the ceded .tcrrito'reS! ; because'8J ve.ry is threateneJto" .
law and that law shall
30 min. upon the occasion of considering chair ; and' Mr. Taylor had been the very passage any no Congress upon the subject of slavery;' leav c country; IHT be abolished in the District i-jf Columbia -.:
be 'in
I whether Missouri ought to be admititd into man who had first proposed the restriction passed, conformity thereto, by which ing it open and undecided. Non-action by 'So, sir,'with the latter period for the last and because fugitive slaves'ate'rot re ,

the Union or not, it did not originate in the upon Missouri that she should only be ad- any Union citizen shall;"of be excluded either of from the the States in this 1 CongTess is best for the Southland best for fifty years I do not mean to say:that 'southern tin ned, as.in'my.opinion they 'ought:'to" be. t I

House of which I was a member. It originate mitted under the provisions of the ordinanceof enjoymentof all the views\vhich'the South have disclosed counsels alone have carried the measures restored to thelr>'masters TheseTl.-.leJieve". '

..- in this body. Those who w'cast 1787. I proposed, therefore, that the which any such of the.citizen privileges and immunities to 'I to us from time to time as corresponding to which I 'am"a1 oufto' enumerate.( '. know i will be the causes, if.there- be any :causes, S

back-and I am ;sure the co-nmittee should be chosen by ballot.Well .- is entitled under the con- their wishes. 1 know it has been said with they could exclusively have carried the ni, which can lead to the direful eveni which. :, .

honorable! Senator from Missouri, indre cor- sir, my motion was carried by a large stitution the. tb* United States: Provided, { regard to the territories andespcciallybas it I but I pay they-have', been carried',by their : I.referred. |i'l] .-, .; ,

.' rectly perhaps than anybody else must majority, and members came to me from all That solemn legislature of the said State", by a been said with regard to California, .that preponderating influence with' co-operation, : Wei!, now, sir, .J let- us S pposAbj| t tb ii
: bring to recollection the fact, that at the first public act, shall declare the assent of the of it is true and in' "
quarters of the House asking-who, .Mr. non-legislation upon part Congress large co-operation, some I Union has- been dltSOlved'b '
Congress, when the proposition was made to do the said State to the said fundamental condi- implies the same thing the exclusion of inst n es'from the northern :section .of the I doe it isuicu/ .
Clay, you want to serve with you on that tion and as, ( furnish for the grievances.c ipfoined: .
.. admit Missouri-rather to permit her to committee I made out my list of twenty- shall.transmit to the Pr sident of slavery. That we'cannot help.That Con Union:, 'And what tire those mcasuresj' during -i] rf in its united condition?. Will I able :: -
' hold a convention and to form a conslitution, three members, and I venture to say that I the United States, on or before the 4th Mon- gress is not responsible for. If nature has I the fifty years that ;southern' 'counsefe i to push slavery into: the ''ceded terilit you jrieslHoxvare ;'- .
preliminary to deciding whether she should there that day in November next, an authenticcopy of pronounced the doom of slavery' in these have preponderated'The embargo and.'other .
a happened upon occasion: what : you to-do it supposing i |b<$.cNo'rtHall ''. ,
be admitted into this Union-the bit failed would hardly happen again ;' eighteen of the the said act; upon the receipt whereof, the Territories-if she has declared by her immutable commercial"restrictions' of non-intercourse the &ates'nortti. of the-Pot'and'. : :!.' '
by a disagreement between the ; President, by proclamation, shall announce laws that and.shall 'and non-importation: with Great Britain 0 :
twenty-three were elected the first slavery cannot not ;; war : which are' opposed 'to it in(.posse-'sioa-'of; '
the House of Representatives upon. jioon the fact; whereupon, and without any further he introduced there-who the Bank of the United States ". ? .
insiitin ballot and the remaining nW, having the can you reproach overthrown; dIe navyanl&& army oftbe\United jiStatesIrr _.' .
and the Senate dissenting from, largest number of votes, but not a majority, proceeding on the p.arf of Congress, the but Nature and Nature's God Congressyou protection to domestic roanufacturJlbnJargea-Can ypu'expect, i if thereisa."disstiom 'of' ,r .
contained in the ordinance of 1787 ; the admission of the"said State into this Union cannot. abstains. .: and extended" I allude to the of the the '
were the five upon my list. I moved to dispense Congress. Congressis ; ( pa.8age Union, that you can i carry' silvery'into _
House insisting upon the interdiction of with further balloting, and to take shall be considered as complete. passive. Congress is non-acting; south: act.of'J8.15 or 1816;) ,the,Bank of the United, California and New.Jlexicof i'iu: caandt

slavery, and the Senate rejecting the proposition those five gentlemen' who had received the [Approved March 2, 1821.] and north of the fine ; or rather if Congress States 're-established; the same'' bank"put 'dream of such a purpose.' If it were|: abolished h .

for the' interdiction of slavery. The greatest number of votes, with the eighteen Mr. Clay resumed.: There is the resolu- agrees to the plan which propose, extend- down-; (re-established by ,8 sOuthern in the.District.of ;Columbi:tafl
bill failed. It did not pass at that suasion of actually elected, to the committee tion, sir'and you see it is precisely as I stated. ing no line, it leaves the entire theatre-of and put down'by southern nsels;)..Lou! Union was dissolved; would. the-dl* jolutipaof
Congress. of twenty-three. One or .two gentlemen- After all this excitement throughout the the whole cession of these ,Territories untouched siana 'acquired, Floridafbought'Texas annexed the Union; restore slaver r in. the I pistrict I

At the next session it was reneweJ, and, Mr. Livermore, of New Hampshire, and one country ,had reached' to such an alarming by legislative enactments either to ;; war with, JMexic.o i ; California wand of Coluaibial Are you safer in th-ecoifery;| -

at the time of its renewal, Maine wjis knqck- or two other gentlemen-declined, and point, that the Union itself'was supposed to exclude or to admit lavery<' 'Well, sir, .1 other territprietiicquiredjrpin! 'Mexico by coa- of your fngitive'slaves in a state. dissolution ,

ing at our door, also, tp be admitte4 into the much to my.regret, and somewhat to very annoyance .be in the most. imminent peril and danger, all ask again, if you will listen to the voice of quest and purchase;protection superseded and of severenceof the ;Union;; nvyqa': "'
. Union. In.the House there was aj majority the lamented Mr. Randolph my one parties were satisfied with a declaration calm and dispassionate .reason-I--ask of free trade established,Indians removed west are in the; Union itself 'Why skiivhat; lis .: m

for a restriction of the admission slavery; other gentleman were placed in their situ an incontestible principle of" constitutional any man in the South,' to rise and tell me if 'of 'tbe'Miss. uri;fifteen States'admitted. the, .st te' 01' the'factin.the; UajcntfYoa; .'
- in the Senate opposCjl law that when the of State is it not better for that section of the Union Inta' the Union,*" -I have '
a majority was la.any tion. I forget whether that was done by constitution a is. very'possibly lose some sJa Te8.-Yoa recover soat< others. I
- restriction. In (the Senate, therefore ballot or by the Speaker. The'Senate imme'-- violative its provisions of the constitution that Congress should: remain "passive upon omitted,.some Of the; important ineasu'res Let me advert to'a:fact ''which Ij tight..lo '.

. order to carry through Missouri, aj bill or diately agreed to the proposition, aqd appointed of the United States, the constitution of the both sides of the ideal line,rather than that which have been"adopted-auiing-th'e.latter:: : have )introduced before, because i'higb-.' .'._ z', '
provision for her admission, or| rather authorizing its committee. United States is to be paramount- and the we shouH interdict ..slavery'upon ,tbe.'ouaf period of time'to which I have referred-the ly creditable ',to the .eoorts: andwrie4'of| j -: ; -

her to determine the question of constitution of-the State in that particular is side of that line,. and, be'pssiveupon' the fast fi ty'years; but these 'I_belu ve' are the the,,free States" -In ;every.-ieana->|Jiiras'my : ;\: "
her admission with the:bill for We met. It was in this hall on.the" Sabbath a-''nullityJind void. That 'was all. They ,other side of that line ?. most prominent. "*' 'c- f
was coupled within < > .. ,.. .:_ information extends where axi l'f'" "' ., _
the admission -Maine. They were con- day, two or three dysoftheclosq wanted something.for justification. of the Sir, I am taxing btb.tbe physical and intellectual Now"; sir,' I.dO', not deduce: from the 1.be ,,made'totn', ,'courts'' 'of jiAticfot':4: '," ..'. .',
tiected together, and the Senate said to the of the session, when the'whole" nationwas I course which they tookii There is a great powers which'a kind 'Providence ehumeraiiori of the acts'of the 'on6 side'orh the recovery,of fugitives;"or for tin '.r.:8.; : ..., ._ .
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the listening with breathless Vnxietj''forsomeTiinit hi J-nundi .Jbestowedii. ....L-JL rj- -t---r.--------- ', ',. 4'
,JIQJ1 Y.Qo want 4LII! for. :adm ?i'1 4fal df .1b. < .a Ty..i. if.j im &tupuuyo..u.1 Vassisted --- ;. ..
--- Jf Maine passed- ; shall not ]have it, -ami "Healing measure' upon that character-it'. shall:be a" fundamental act- endeavor soon conclude. j r f ..do*not de-: one sidepr-tne/blher.arthongh': ; side :{!. .i in,'decoyin?isaves froiq*& r'c'" :-

.unless loa take along with it the 6Il; fetjtheadmJMtba distracting subject.- We met.hefe"and"* poi it shall be ,a solemn .and an authentic act- sire to trespass upon the .time:and' patienceof the other' has predominated; 'the tiro periods te'ri and.;.aiding them. 'in. :.from, '. ,. .". '
: of Missouri also. There w'ajs a that day The moment we.. met, Mn." Randolph but at last, when you come to strip it of all the Senate. to which I have referred. It has been their maters--as Jar as, am.sca1) d :.the ,

majority, not a very large on', .b it a made a suggestion which I 'knew its verbiage, it is nothing more than the principle Mr. Mangum having offered to.fptake: 'a the workf of bdthi and neither need j justly courts have aserteJ the rights owner, : '.. .
r :arm and decided majority-in the 5>enat'ret'1, would be.attended with th 3 .greatest embarrassment I have announced of the paramount motion 0 reproach the other; but 'I 'must "say' iii *a11candor a.nJ..the juries:have promptly retrirft :ell ade"" ; 'I

,upling them together. Well, i4! the bill .and difficultyHe contended that character of the; constitution of the United to adjourn, and sincerity that!least of all Oughtthe quate verdicts in favorpf the bwuei/i :' :
' tent through all the usual stages of disagreement when the two committees of the two housesmet States over any local constitution. of anyone Mri Clay said No, sjr;no, sir; if the Senate South to reproach'the. Ndrth-, :when ,we sir, this i is 9t3iria're-qedyj ,What wai: llr ::: ; : .

and of committees of conference; together, the chairman of the committee of the States of this Uikm.'Mr : will bear with me, I think I. Can go look at the long list:: of nieasure'a 'we have have if the.Unior 'were dissevered ? ,Vby, ." '
for there were twb committees of conference of the House. who was myself,'h d a rightto President, we'may draw from these through with it better today. than. I- could had under our swayTn "the councils,of ,the sir; then'the.severed/'parti would s 'independent :,

the occasion before the mitter was preside. He wa. about insisting' some transactions i in pun history this. moral, I tomorrow. nalioii;arid'.which have been"adopted'as'the of.eacliotber-for igu:V oR i riesfcSlaves'ttkeiOroni : .

upon finally settled. It was finally settetl to'disconnect length upon that proposition, that tbfe chairman hope. Now, as then, if we will only suffer Sir, this Union is threatened' with sub'"ersion. policy of the government when we: reflect, ] the "ne. into,-th j"other"i: -

the two bills; to admit Maine separately of the committee of the House should our reason to have its scope and sway, andif :I wanted,.Mr. President, to. "take'a that even', 'opposite. 'doctrines. have" been would Ve 'then like slaves escap// &from '
without connection! lttis- preside over both committees when blended we will still and hush the passion and excitement very rapid! gla cE('at. the: course of public prominently advanced by the South. and the United States into Canada::Ther w a1d' ,

and to insert any in the Missouri bill a to..cther-lihould be the presiding officer of which have been created by the occasion measures in this Union.presently. .I wanted, carried. A bank of the United 'States was be no right of .extradition-no' light to:demand .
clause which was inserted in the Senate of both. I instantly opposed, however, this difficulties will be more than half removed however, before I did that, to ask the Senate established under the administration- .Air. ] your.slaves! -no right ''to a*> ieal"to ,.

the Unhed Stat -a clause which!was proposed plan, and stated that I did not consider this in the settlement, upon just and amicable to look back upon the :career-which this Madison, ,with co-operationof; the South.. the courts of justice to.d mand-Y01) slaves '.- .' ,

by Mr. Thomas of Illinois, in the the proper mode, but that I thought that.the principles, of the question which unhappily country has run from."the:.adoption of the I'do,not;when I speak of the South or North, ]. which escape., pr.the! penalties for-decoying j 4

Senate restricting the admission df slavery chairman of the committee of each houseshould'lreside divides us at this moment; constitution down to' the'pfesentday., .Was speak of'the 'entire.South or North, I speakof them.<. Where one escapes now; bY inning "

north of 3T deg30. min., and leaving the over his own committee; and But, sir, wish. to contrast the plan of accommodation there ever a nation upon which'the:.sun. of the prominent and)larger proportions 'of a\vay\ from his owner,"hundreds 'a'thou- .. .

Question south of 36 deg. 3fc( min., either when the committee of either branch had which is proposed by me with heaven has shone which has' exhibited 'so the*'Son'th'Or ,North/ It was during Mr: sands would escape' if the ,Uriioi were '
admit open not to admit elave/y. The adopted a proposition, it should! be submitted that which is offered by the Missouri line, to much of prosperity as "our own?. }At the Madison's admi isualion'that the Bank 'of. severed in parts--I cafe not wher -ir"lio\ "_, .
to or .
bill was finally passed. The committees of to the committee of the other branch; and if be extended to the Pacific.ocean, and to ask commencement of this government, ,, our population the, United. .States'- was establislied. The you run.the line, ,W independentfi;:fftelij : ,

conference of the two houses recommended they also agreed to iYhenit should be reported I gentlemen from the Southland from the amounted' to about four: mil. ns It friend. [Mr.- CALIIOCN] whose sickness ties-were"" stabijsh d.- : ; I r; : '; .. .

the detachment of the two bills, and the passage back to the two bouses'with the recommendation North, too, which is 'most proper, which has'now reached lwj1rds'.twenty millions. again deplore, as if prevents us from havinghis Well s.r, finally, will you it a: : atof: .. '.

of the Missouri bill, with tbq Clause of of both commiU es. That most just; to which is, there the, least cause Our territory was Limited chiefly. and. principally attendence here upon this occasion, was, .dissolution of the Union;.be-safer v'!#;" r' f. .' '
30 min. in it. So it passed.} So it mode was agreed upon, and Air. Holmes I objection 1 What was :done eir, by,the to. that,.bordering' upon the' Atlantic the chairman of the committee of the House slaves'within the;bosom of the .stitfs'tban' ._i "-

36 deg. Missouri. So for jnaipeai it think if was* from Maine, presided over the Missouri line ?, Slavery/was'positively ..in- ocean, and that' which includes' .the southern of representatives, and carried the measure you 'are now*; MK, President, 'th t tbey _: t' '

went to the But the a c3-use of 36 committee of the Senate. I"if"I could be terdicted north of that line. 'The question of shores of the interior I lakes oil our country: through Congress. I voted for;it with *.alf. .will Cape.mu; "more frequently,jf m..'the ,::' .

quieted country. will; if said to preside all,.when I took:a mot active the admission or exclusion of slavery south Our territory now extends.from".the'. .northern ray heart although.I had been instrumental borJer.StateSoQoucwiUdoubt. \.:;t- ;4 ., ".,, .
deg. 30 min. I repeat trouble, you 1 find into fiir the, I: part in the chair'than I could have welL of tlRt line was not settled. There was no provinces Great Britain to'the: Rib Grande in l1uttinq'down the'old Bank of the;United ,But, sir i ,'t must take-the .!\., o'say:: ,;',' .

' yon will take the to lop; I taken out of it; and' When, :as at this session provision that slavery 'should be admitted and the Gulf of Mexico; from the,Atlantic States.. 1 had chinZt'd.my mind;; and"I cooperated that, in:myoprmon,, there is no rigflfjoii.the :.: ,': 1L

journals,. was, upon three or foiir different in I was thought t. to manifest a desire ra- south of that line. In point of fact it existed ocean on the one'side'to ihe .I'aciflc.oz1.the;;, in the estaMishment'of,bankof part of oae.or more of the ,Stales .fp secede' -.. ; .

occasions, offered. Mr. Thomas jading of 4her to take'too mQch'lead-.presided over there. mall the territory south ,of 36 de. other-the larges extent of'temtory".under 1816. That same bank was again'put down fio-nthis",UnI6rK.i.\yaraoii i the dis4pluti6nof :,>': '::," ,p

every instance, presented the proposition amed the committee of the' H uS. I brought for 30. min., embraced. Arkansas and Louisiana one government existing.,upon"earth, I with bysouthern counsels, with General Jackson the. UiiTdn.are. Identical i and insepir| ble.- : i::: .:: ., I

38 deg. 30 min ; and .it was finaRy ward propos5tionwhich 'I will read presently -i' slavery was then existing It was not only two solitary exceptions.; '.Our tonnage;j' at their head,.at a'Jatcr'period.. Then,with There can be no''dissolution,: I of tbiu'liUal*n, ,. I 1
to. Buf I take the occasion to !6ayithat( members of tli'e' from has arisen to ,:'a, !magnitude i- ion the by'conseut-or by : .
Ime'wcre and I appealed to the. necessary, it is true, to insert a.clause admit being nothing,. respect to the policy-6f prctac ; Sbuthjfni815 war. NpicjBejcah'expect .'I'.'< .
:. ,among those who agreed to that, : a cOmmittee if ,1 may. use the expression.- ting slaveryat that,time.. But, sir; ifthereis and amount to,rival that of the natiQnwhich ; -'mean the prominent nd..leading .4 iu the existmng'tate. of'.thip'.jtkat : I

majority, of" southern'members. "lly- friend Now, gentlemen; said, I, .e'd9' not ,want a. a power to interdict, there. is a power'to has been proudly called' -the; mistress pen.of the)South,..LowndesCalhoun. ,",and that eonWnt.would be gl e?",'and.wa is the : ', 4 ,

from Alabamain the Senate, [Jilr. King proposition J carried here by a small'majority, admit and r put.it tov gentlem'en from,'the of the ocean..: 'Wehave. gone throughmariy others -united in extending"'n-certain ipeasure" only\ Iterlatlv' by..which! a: dIutn .: ..' : t
: .Mr.Piockney, rom'Maryland, and' a mbjor- thereupon.'reported to the House and re South;are they prepared to be satisfied.with wars 'one' with that.very..nation from whom, tif( protectibii, to th..':dom sti.:manufactures i couid be accompllshed.nJ., MrPresident, :

ity of the Southern Senators, in"inn: fcody. jected. I am for something practical, 'sogi'e- the line; of 36 deg.36:min.jj, ..interdicting slavery in- 1776, we broke :off, as weak: 'and,:feeble 'of the South,'as well asLof the :North.Ybu if;.ddnsent'wcre.gTveiy-:if possibIy''era} : ,. ,:?,. ,.;::' j,
Toted in favor of the line of 36 de$30 Ain.; thing conclusive, something, decisive: upon north of that line;, and'giving the ra,'no colonies, when'we asserted our.independciice 'find, few'"years: 'aftervraiids, that..the.: td ',:Separate' by nruitlal agrerlnaeot" itoiirby ":', .-' :';

- and majority of the Southern"citmbefs vt'bomiwas' of 1 1 the question. How will fou, vote,(Mtf: A 1 J security for the admission;slavery, ,,, southof 'as a member'of;the family of nations i And, South opposes the, most: serious! objection to a. given tine' in lss.th4Iijabt'y '

: the other House,at the' head "of ; Hovy; will you,vole, MK B1 How,, 11l youvotei that line 1 Mr Lowndes himself, voted, also* for.'that, ; ; Mr. C l' ,I- appealed"' n'thatwaytthe ; Mr Davis told us the oth day that he as it was armed as she:"wasat all points< inConsequence Union staking upon that.objection. ,the :.disso-! ; war vquld break"r'out >etten ie -'. ".' ,.-
line. I have doubt that I did !iUso ;:;:but, [ ] ;, free and portions of thi'Una -' ..
no gentlemen of the North". To: .my'v ry not prepared, to 'satisfied: with anything of the long struggleS of Europe;. lution of the Unionv : slavejrpfdlng
as I was Speaker of. the' House-JaW as;the great happiness sufficient number of,them was short, ofthe positive.introduction'of arid"unarmed as wp.''were at alls, points, Jn Now{sir, Jet'uS'take anptherview; ;and -----betwean thejwQ.independe'Jfcpo -W..a 1n.' : : :_. 4 4to

journal does .not '!howvhich'S.WiY :the responded: affirmatively .ta: my; question : [A Senator; Recognition! positive consequence of the habits and nature &fuur' of these"severaliyiews,."no pneljs] i brought ; which ft would''be'erectednyzrt4olhe! 4

. '-Speaker votes except in the caneof aS tie, whether they would Vote for this proposition, slavery recognition- slavery.south ofthe lin. country and,its' institutions-we .eame' < out 'forward'in any:spirit,o| 'reproach but in 'a !.ac of separation. Yea., sirf'Hifty -. ,, ,, .4

!'I-am enable,to.tell,with certa'intybowIac-' $ : to enable me' ,to, be .confident that, if they of 36 deg. 30 min.", Is there.any;body-who of that war:without] :the loss; of *any, .ho1
, tually did vote; but I have'no early doubt eontin ed'to vote "u that way r-bf which I believes that can twenty :votes. in \ teverpve; emerged from"It. gloriously asperate, but to'quiet i 'and, produce.harmonyand IrpmKeoiuckyftould....-fleeing"M er .W '- ,, '
that(: ,'in' common. with .f.my; !her ,you :get been : VVhat I ben numbers.to,the other sideof. hviii jirojUd .
have ,
yofed bad not a particle of doubt !in ,the House this proportionate n mber'in the In every1 Indian war-we engaged repose; 'if 'p ss bo! : haye. : e
tody'or :
Southern friends, for ,the adopt r.th6*line we. should carry the: proposition; Accor. other House,'to decla.re'm favor of, the recognition in'many 'of them- uf arrnshave been; trumphant the (territorial. ; ..cqusiti'onstnae: byrlthiscpuntryrand be pursued by thpir'vne ;.?'/and Ujl' !! excitja- .. .
qof.364eg..3O min. .i, : withoutapcalinataU.as .to-' 'what.,mterestS' have.'they VIe and; ardeutapinita wh 'wouLd eage In
dinglyVthat'jhropositjon! having. be "agreed: of the line f 36 ( : !: ,
\ ,So -matterended in 1820. Duribgihat' upon by.Jbptn committees, was reported y :30-mm.of'sflu'ery'south IT .Itisl: impossible.I ., AU?,thatyounigetall.that to the,C1 Ant be uecen1: var\Vth, M exicp,. conduced' 'Florida 1 where',.slavery. .exits. the pursuit ould Zm Vestrained by i .eenr .4

year,' Miseoiiri held a convention,: adpted&sGtntion us to our respective 'houses'where', ,!itwas, deg. you'canclpecttO get they1were: right.t r.:wrpngt-japd! ..absfaiuingfronitbe has be n'introJuce'd:' ,AUthe'most valu'ablparts'ofL oi t-ic nigvhucappetato'tbJdepei:1

sent her const'-otiisin, by ,her &here it is:. > : at/the l last"session expression 'of any opinion, as to.the. ;ha6also,' added 'to:the ..
finally adopted that was :
fj-wmbcrs to Congress, to be admittidinto"the ] : justice orproprietyf' ; h ;\ar! hen itcom-v cxtiiand consideration-of Ihe'slaveholding ingit to be
Union bat .she',bad 'inad verfentjy niitf ted c [Mr. C. here ,commenced reading a resolution .sis action.n'orthof.that li e, and nonnactipn men ed aUmu, .uDitejni.Tespe.cH' jhe..ga -: Dprtion,"bftheUnfon-f? ; for,:Although there'ia'largeixtent beyWOtikUtsUe theusiav' the wouhi .
; of 'that line -itsinterdictipn'upon
south .
but. stating that itwasnotthat ; as 'slavery Jo .
stopped regards
.' into that constitution a"provision lp':fprevent I lantryrof our armie.srandtbekkryptrpurtriumphs. ; ; a of that territory'.north",pf 36 .
: 'the"migration'of free l'eope".offjco1odnto! i ; to which he referred --lie had requested the:one.side admission with nocorr, There is no pager tnere'i'are '.no 'deg;SOfntMn-i, ,yet t in p ointlpfihtruvsrc; value, Ies&that,5L; L'fl dgtys, wafrvonld'. ( blazmpg ,. .. .
airiend to obtain it,for hiiririand! supposed responding provision for itai upon, fqntjitnefe ad I
with tie c ti-, : : : of which'record jnorejbrilliantsuccesses. importancev11 I' wonld notglva.tb'smgJe 'tllis)1ow.p
- .that State.'e taiomk She came that'provision here ; :iind immediatelr that.he had'procured !it, Jbu ,.there seemed to ',the'other side of the line"of 38' deg. 80mm., pages .history. ,%Y respect i. to this one In'-.comVmand State of.LbuisiannaUwith [the;:ex.s ptioa.01 peaceful laji&r "5 4 ,, ., ,, '

tati ft northern members took, ejrfception.to; have been an error., A r messenger,;went in. ',Now /tsir' when.Tcame to consider'.the of an importa/itpprtion.ofr I:Ollr':army, what a'orthVpf S°, 30 min,, ..inclildingOregon"itp > Blut bode< joii goin>..io'separ tbe '. q.

,,flame1' which ,bad bee\]!which'we'TiaVfr""bbtai-ae'd .title mjhuqulleopnon, r Presii ; ve .

;'it..*:th The*\ vinnItlOfl' DOW burs OUt.Vitb. ,ion,and- fro" Clay, ,'- oce' -, .ded.1'. '.-' < line of'36 deg; 30 rn1n.be.Mr0rn-; .. nave been boine by.the SDiCG, ]ICRUttY'tO mainly bpo'n'.th5roundiqf: t its,being'1a'part shall begin;atleaist wit 'three cpnfefcraciea, s -' _
'<' redoubled-force and-violence*tbroifighoot the : That,resolution 1 ,J ald,'wM finally.adopted. promi 'Iiae-witb. : 'the5 plan datio,1\\VIUW'( 'oct: this the highest station in. i Vmawiy accounioi-l of theacquisitip;;'cLouisIana- aIljTretasl -the! Confederacy" the Northn the n.f4o '- -

*b-c4e Union Legr&lati vebodiesjall; got Jn.wolion'to Probably lL r'.state,, without reading proposed for :thO' aomm I.offefthlioii: his glorious military[ career t tfiut of'another.I all the Territories i which'have'been'acqBiired J : ] eiracy '> i TheAtlat1e>_- ;iii -* :;:soutbemSfaite* $! .-

,. ; : ; oofJIFs-puri:from 4 ,the it-. what its provisions are.-- .declares1 thatif queSidn/said' I to myself,'U : the questi flbileryorthPf tnilitary.commander,:,leas fprtunate 1n,oth I: b-jribeWYe" tofyn -sate2u', ] ni1tke Confed4cy of .. .
4 Uaionin' keep 'of her,''nlelVlictionpftb / ( ihere be7any provision! in'Jhe. constitutionof of 36 deg301nmi'to-interdiet; : tdjeave.itji respects, I must take the'bppOr.tunitthf fSaY-I nogsiztyyearof,th 'operatzoa',o ;;g -.. valley t1 Uie Mississrpps My u1 nit
consequence and;
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ofctorwhinherhmztL. ncoinpatible 4with the Constitution f $; atfo; skill-for.fccience-t-fpr bold and; ernmentt.hayEf been'SIan. Territonre&4freae&of1av ba.lreaiycncett4tet
ing.t '
) admission !
.' offree: people- ,oft Upitcd States: the;;State'pf'.Missouri tiedand: dpemiuth'f jt t. daring Jghtingr,oc.chivalr-f foflndivfJuara: : ry ,vitriidi'e.' 'cpfin11arnnntiole& : ; 4ndvd1: concentrateoa tns ,
'. :. / 'L 1"1"that shall forbear enforce that'repognangprovision'Jn is illusbryfto-tbe Southrrf.0%.t t.which ,and ofmaswr..tbatporti011''Ol1&IeX1can: 1ying'noTfh ofo i lid ot 36Mif: ; e twateWanJtnibutaries of the4sissp. -

.' eaionutil-l,1 did nol arrive at'Washin,, aJ beret ihat'eonstitutioni' ana,-tbat.il1e rwUl'deceiTP'them-if; theysUpp tt slave. war'which .warLcpttaactedV by i-lha;gal5a/it. minButb'oiajtinthe.o'u'! i Pt aril1 nevercj'nint tbt thenqutfhat.

| and'wben got and aothentic/act.declare fyfwill be'receivedsbuthpfWr; l4p1beztetfor .It is. chief coraaianderrstandsu fnyall d'. nnile'essentiallybj ilia ath'gtVlngMt WheWstbjectt the $ OTb ., 'kan'
*. fotadboth diescompletely.paiyZ. ea / shall; flY ;: ; d'fo;f8 ;- d beter Scott, as q ,.
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,-:the lhai6beSvill--nof.enfptce ; ny- ?roy 90'; ? either J>v the deeds I thnhexatioa '
exeiumenr which had Been pddU4l110 ,,7thbu1 bQ non'ftctiofl
constitution incompatiblewstrtutron : ;: ith t1 ic rh forth putbtbattbere .those ofanyht.commaDderifl; ancient."or, ,' pressed btbe outtt ujxhi :
the:Btrogcle to admit. or to xc'ludf Milparifrom'Ute her of.he| United.States j''snd.up t'the'. II ne i:.1avery;both uo'b' and eOuih"of I,modern mes,; *" WW&gifc.*'> cilsof the oZa1dhiCh! led toth& !utuoif the UnoaJ'Uizt other1czede ,, .

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_.7 ? be Bible rujituret>f JbajjlJnipn) is:,fob!, thick to Southern M i State( 'shall enter fntolny treaty, 1'nce.or.1 tanc penetrated or.liRttS .b any.mortal. ere or j-'jLTi $ confedera ah of shall .at ler* partieswho"obstriict the exercise of the right 14 aeitioifo4i Concert, and with: .deftMjof
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: Hi j :>the fjjkMt'dtr .ami of:,we'Constitation! .seemed"Jdiundctstard riblg is Hce.Toby! :3.ratb jt. aitivFlaundete of, ,hdanwtwr Kwheri. 'suits i have been cision";:should! '|bfCppmss!:: 'Orthb1JOke&tates :

: Mr PresidentIpn;;; directly opposed >tony ,Rcpresztatz&q.ThjJir:' :''-' ,:. tbisjiSibjeft! i j Jally J hj!: th>' eoareR : And: still,"behne'i':that this.glorTQustTnioh.will brpught yetnthe: 'constitnlionalr5ght oflrercovering $ pass a laV& raduj to O1 rseetioa-: '
: jMtrpose of.ect sion: :separation* J 1 and g pointed'ouras/proper-40 befpQniued-by thf firmjy) ;and safely! "yeatb- the c:slave I :i is:Jyirtually'-defeated; by whichin'th 'fcn&fteaivef J langnagerof,theVirginia ;:
tfie Govcrn&ifof
: ron for stayingritrji'ilie. || Union,' and def). SaidJStateiThe ., StateV,'to"oppose e"5 ioachmentiby the'Federal er thJ5 storm. \ ; / ., 1 tb: 'theStateVLegislaturesi..; '1neendi rTe :are LigMs&\k on&bes&:*t.--

jr{drive dTjy portion mc of iaisVUhioo. Jlq* 'expel .:.me following'i joint(;,.letter_ from.out Sc/ia GovernmenU.: In, treating\;:upon thissubject'Mr IT must acknowledge-; I doi not 'eomprebend s nh.inonitus*,tct-er tic *- way; and to'e'ow every hazard,._ ,;arid.iri id && btstextreinilyin.: .,'' -.

bfr ui.''pfji ihie' Union. I aof for tors" and Repr schtaltve in Coflgress alth'ough t :Hamuton says : }'Theiepa.'! ,what is intended }o,;be.implied bY the seeds-of discord and insurrection among such- ? ? rt.-'iltnPah n1l'. be'

claying! ,within,llusjj j! njoni n4. fighting for dated i the '6lh rate; Governments: ',:a ,confederation may 'an':organ ed' 'resistance promptly' our slaves?' 'Denunciation ;jpf'ithe: 'Sjoiith is & lied.tiyittw'4$! : piij i. '
: ( m'y ngnts if necewfry,'with the sword t I .:,was.postmarked the 1 tt instJ;, aptly.be compared with'the Feudal Baronies,: opedt* KC., :if nothing more js dever"1 continually' indulged In by Northern' jnen this 'p'r, _rat1oi Ithi.pc; u,_1Jtk

VilhifflhV:, bounds i&l. tinder' 'thi safeguard and received' at ,the .Excntve Office last with this. advantage in their favor, that from another)wordy:broadside tube fired, from the and their.representatives"oh .tle.flpvr; ,..ofbpth SuthivtlI: t:f- -'':- .. l iii. 1twil"

of tbeUniop. ,1 air ':for vindicating' .these Wednesday, Of,the!. Reply we:;have only to the reasons already. explained, they will geli.! batteries of IhiFSoutherit Convention 1o pro 1 house9jp: ongres.wltb'"L; !: view ,10biing' 'add 10 Its CDr. r.j 1beteii'rfbe'TonIr : .
: rights} but by. bpng ':driven out of'lhe : 4iheoonrwlence 'effectual in i, "odium onr people arid to destroy an :abborienceflIver1'a; preezuv;. '
erally :
lot _say that Jt shows, .to 'us'conclusive. reason% possess and good will\ : .giuards.againsV like dangers Upon vrnch -
"' .niI-isly; nd ui cciemonjously by..uny of.the|ieople and Vith: :i a important zrsupV future,"I think it entirely useless and win our)institutions.Insult! } arid.;ignominy are pose to restrict\U, X.,: : b 't:
why 'of'conservative v .
cos Here, I inds'.should-ot. ,' : ns.'and agitation: C1fcumsc, -its"iimit'afld UDpa&, U.--TaJDe*
; able ffect : the
; edcracy a port, will.be nny. to oppose'all. proy aVprtive. Are .-we not: tOld that songhtto" heaped'upon : '
ttithjn :and here E iaa stand favor this :propose'SOuthern. convention1 and'o1fensl mariner and an earnest ideslre'faeffect4ts: '"abolition'everyhefe:1f -'
: it ; t\t .and.die; : 't encroachments, the: Federal Government determination openly avowedLy Northernmemberl in the most dangerous :
'. n far a my iiidividaal.! purposes under present cifcumstances. :, '' The Legislaturerwifl;'have;better"means: of :-of' ,Congress ..toallor; no ,more' ill i persisted in!,:.with the,'avnd"object:,toM : f?Baf wbile tbia hatred '

,can gbynthin.it 1 jpfotc'ct myself, and ,to VASHINCTON. CIT; D; C.c+, information r they'can discover the danger at ddveJiolding 'States admission into the Union i force emancipation on the!'Soud>.\' -' of slavery exists; the'senllment, of foTe.for"tbe '
defy.all power! npow earth to expel or .February.185tJ., adiatanCeand possessing:all the organ&of and.when"a-"sufficient number of aon-slave- Love of Jhe. Union: ; "cherishedsentKment [ Union.U more in the'bearte of a

.. drivcuiefromthe' situation! in which ml am To'"His _, civil power_nd the confidence'of the people! !! 'States are admitted :give; the',requisite \with ,he" 'people'C the-, Southern majOrity of the r&JHbera 'people. 1!rth.yt

placed.- Will;: therfirtbe more safety in .. Excellency THOMAS Blom" they can at once adopt a regular plan rlghtmg. within the '; ion :than without it t1S ? Governor of the State"of Florida' :, in which! they-can combine all, the amend':the Constitution, and'abolish slaveiy to wrong. and ,jnltfrom-thcs&-th: y.haVe the Union they wilj db|it;hut if ihey see'that .' ';
Suppoke t bur rigb't* to., be violated i ;; sup- SltEv nts,daily;, transpiring' ;:m nife'the 'tesburces the' omm nity.. They "can irvthe.States where it now exists If such been taught to believe,and whom. {tl her.would1 i ir the'Southis deleirrjiin and, prepared to 're* '

f>ose wrong*' to.be Qyon, aggressions .to rapid diffusion in the Northern !readily communicate with each other.in the be their'determinatrpnv:>vhat absurdity' is rtlas..f'lends.an.41 brethren. ,But, submission : sist aggressive act:r.thty..ill 'not:endani.ger ,

perpetrated | 'ouj;:,' nnot you better a feeling hostile communities to the social etructure of the different'States( and unite with their common to, talk'about lprO' dng} effectual guards (bya ta- agsrr sslons. now" threatened, "the,Union; they-will desist. 'TBeill;; !! 1 ;,

fight frnd,Vindicate, jem,.if you haveVbccapiorfto Souther .indicate O maturing ffcesJn thf' protection of their i common lib. Souhern'Convention"against'( like dan- would tfegradationv .That thesetaggressions''wiir comply with'our! rmbnabledemand..pfthE /' 1 -

resort to" that last necessity tbes"oiJ purpose of.uDsettingthe secuntyof erty.1? : : gerVin the future," for thepurposeof; preserving be.,roadeJandurther' outrages: will dp us'justice; jhly/will;/ cease tbe aihI

: ,,, within the! Union, and with" : slave,property, \ 'and .If the object of the.Nashville Convention the Constituti: :,If the guards and perpetrated do lot.doubt, unless we of tion of the slave question:they will give us repose '

F'rath s of a f I: arge portion of 'te:. progress' of,the slavehold, ing tates by,every be for the.redress of{ grievances would,ask compromisesv provided in the Constitution the South act,with promptness'and decision, for the present,'.M, ," eCQriI1.lfor'' : the

of die"}Jmon of these States means and appliance which-- )legislation' if'a more effectual mode could be pointed out: by. the Fathers of the Confederation, and secured and in sue t manrier that .the people of, .the future."' They will} it-? this uninfluenced by

differently cpnstit, ed: from you, than of Congress can afford.: of.- than that indicated by the-foregoing quota. under the solemnity7 an oath to support Northern i tales can'no l longer doubt our de- fear, (for.the men bL the North ''areas' braver
The : Constitution Government
-you,cau fight and vindicate your rights 'expelled wielded Federl hostile tion,t Would'not the eXI)'ession'oran opinion that instrument, will not shield it againstthe'destructive'inroads : terminedpgardless rpose ,to'maintambur, rights, re-. as are the"80ns ofjtbte: South,") but by a saM

from' the" .L'nja i, and driven from it of by a orher'majority, i or a:detenn i1lf1t ion by,the States,';in their of.these'.Northern ,oi consequences. crcdlove of,coo nt t1l and' devotion to'tha

without! c'eremcuiy.a'qd without authority capable become the being instrument made, of degradationand sovereign'capacity, be calculated carry Vandals what hope-have we, that any thin* Thapreent Cong ess'\\?,convened.with these i Union, hallowed bj*['somany' endearing association

I sid that i tb that there wa n right our more.weight, and to command'more'repnect. which this Convention of the States could fixed purp as I_ believe,,_to _exclude the ?. 'b /:1' ; '- '. '
ultimate ruin if "
on the part of one g1t of the' States t timely preventives are than-"the acts arid proceedings 'an irresponsible propose,:would 'save.'that,:same' instrument people:of-the. South from-all the territories It has.been suggested t that it will le 'time

,secede from this Oimor think, sir, r.ot We employed.- that, Convention of Delegates-,assemn-! from the ruthless bands of.brute.farce, 'predetermined of the United States. \Ve have fought for for'the South td.:hold'' Convention 'when'

the constitution of \ n States was check are satisfied this, no effectual and or enduring bled.from portion of the States, .without ,to.violate'' against.right;: :and and are tot,pay for the country, and yet we : some fatal measures'ihall have been'commated. *.

made, not merely fan the' generation which in upon the action aggressive injurious Govern- prescribed powers or duties'ud) subject justice J.-- are' to be Excluded from)its enJoymen The su ItwlU'Uicnibe too late.to;.do

then existed, but ler poterity, undefinej1 tendency will oft Fedea to no control ? Equally'incomprehensible to me is the de slavebolde is told ;that he shall not carry | what we,now proce. We 'vinh tO'-prt

unlimited-for! osterity, and for mn\ti can or .be any of the But it is said that the States have acted by claratiou that '.'we"ne Satisfied thai no efiec- with him bis property this territorywhich i vent the"passage .:of'i laws whica' we are ,.

subsequent State ch might come ever, departments 'hi .administer powei.If .- Resolutions" Reports, and Addresses and 'iual cr enduring'check upon this aggressive is his, in dommon,with citizens nonslave-. -, pledged resist, ,prl| if,we' cannot preventggresslon -

Union biDdin then (elves by that indisolu- e avane proposition those, without who rie- "they (the North) will not believe the Statesare "'and s1endntyin the action of the holding.States,having been acquired by "the : a and outrage; We should '1je ntf

blc bOI JLstO re 1a1n lo that posterity ence dispositions administer of in earnest and mean-what they say.- "Fed ral Government, can; .or 'will be :ap- common blood and treasure .of all." 'The PARED to resist.- \ '. c*.

forefer. 3. ke another of the great hereafter may the inherent Government, but Then what mOle could ,this proposed ."plied by any of the Departments?which" ad- sentiment- general] almost universal Upon the, coiriajojrnaifbn: of :offensivei

relations' of private ||fife, it was a marriageth a resullingfrom which in character all of our Southern Convention do to make them believe "minister its powers' We advance this proposition with the Representatives from the nonslave- i measures the Souqiernstatestrue ;to:;their
political must its
no human autqrrity can d solve or di- system bend the, depart'ments we are in earnest, unless, indeed it is to be without reference to the dispositions holding States, that; "no more slave! plates [ solemn pledge, s'huld "',' not toife.-

Vorcc the parties frean; and if I may be allowed dominant, eventually section. tof influence State' 0te considered, and consider, itself a Revolutionary "of those who now, or) hereafter may, ad shall, under.any circumstances, be admitted Consultation and pniaratioDrmay, 'precede

to refer to this same example in private the action of the .Energetic of the South body? What more could it do thanto "minister the Government, but as resulting into the Union." You cannot fail to have this consummation lut action, resistance,

,let us say 'bat man and wife say their several State people is the through re-resolve and reaffirm, unless to propose Ufr6m! 'the inherent character of our' political observed tbe action'of Legislatures of Norths j ',f olio wyunlesjS;vfe ( willing, tobeubjected :

to| each other; Wj bare mutual faults; to organizations with the, only that violent and extra-constitutional remedies ?- "system-which'must in all its ,departments "States on this subject. New i I to the sojjrr/and contempt ci) the

nothing in the for human beings can be power capable cpt Northern spirit and If it is called for this end, I most solemnly I "eventually bend to the influence of the dom be admitted, to add to the power ,of those i, world. A State miy te slow, to resolve,bat

.. pet feet. Let us thej be kind to each other, noovrspreads'which subjugates the Sttes jof the protest against it. The time has not arrivedfor i' inant section. If it be really true, as here wbQ will.use that power to oppress and degrade -[should be ready anj1; prompt to 'execute -
concedi ]let live in } such measures, and I God such a' declared that there is in -' We it ourselves
forbearing, ) us happiness Union to its mad and unjust An pray broadly our "politi- us. Slave territory to be'circum owe to to the Constitution;
and peace. U'' organized resistance purposes. time may never arrive. There are, however, cal system" an "inherent'!' vice which must scribed, and tbe slaves of the South confined and the Union, to hj!/inn :in bur.posrHoov

Mr. President, I tave said'what I solemnly and well and wisely ,directed promptly, on dcvelope part restless spirit amongst us, who have calcur "eventuallybend: it to the i influence' of tbe to a limited space, till, by.the increase' of and decided in bur" ". If the South now;

belevethat the dictation of the Union and the Southern States, may, and, in our Opinion -' laUd the value of the Union, and would perhaps -' dominant section," which would inevitably their numbers, our safety if, not our own falters! all is lost; re shall not :even save'

ark inseparable; that they will eventuate in arresting sell it for a mess of pottage. Since this operate to its own destruction, I cannot see I very existence will demand their extermination our honor. Betterjfaf! have:tamely 'sal= .
are convertible term i our rights under the Constitution, in Southern Convention has been projected, a the wisdom or the consistency oi'making an or expulsion. mitted to the exactions, of the Northern
", effective like dan Southern Confederation has been more than effort through1a.SouthernrConvention, or A blow is proposed to be struck at-the institution States They wouJJ then have pitied their
Such providing guards against
that be following
a war, too, ps \\ouI dreamed of. otherwise, to save a' form of Government of abolition in the fallen sisters. Butjif .
in the and thus in the slavery, by its we; show steadfast
the dissolution !
the $ of the and Sir, wemaysearch ger continued fu'ure of the States preserving, which are And when this Southern Convention meets, which contains within itself the seeds of: its District of Columbia, and its exclusion from determination to maintain our right,, and:.jIl'

paErfs history, none associated in Federal who can tell what its members may not attempt own destruction. our Forts Dock Yards and Arsenals the language of tjalrpness, sOberness and

so furious, so blooof, eo implacable, s exterminating now Influenced similar compact. of what to accomplish, not thought of by It cannot be forgotten that'during the 'recent openly advocated by many. These'measures reason tell the Jfd-rtHern' States ,s'ataxe .
by a impression
tb of Greece
$ wars the general those who sent them there Should they presidential canvass the'friends of our will be temporarily deferred, but that .the rights", we laFm,*:and are;nsolyecJshall
including those Commonwealth of r present a
ofjithe very
is demands : attempt measures dangerous to the- permanence present national Executive recommended bis they will be consummated, unless prevented never "be yiclat&). !aM if.we farther:
r- England, and the{Devolution of Frnce movement being mae a your Excellency' of this Union, where is the to election the of his ;
thcnvioeed is doubtless convocation of power more on ground high by the action of the Southern people I don show thai our revives are riot'met*'
of a
with such
nOlle none ; l-d violence pI the aggrieved States in Convention. MissIssippi arrest them Whose voice so potent as to personal qualifications than his..identity in t entertain. a, doubt. Daily, we hear the empty boasts* but that?we are 'prepared ter.
or as ever conduc with such I say to them, "thus far sbalt thou and no views and interests with the 'siction' of his '
that shall
go broad declaration made, "slavery e execute those .resoivesi Nonhern'- vw 8"
that the should men >
and j 111: that which shah proposed meeting
enormities as. war t ha further How long they remain in birth and residence. It contended and '
may was be''abolishedAi. every foot of territory over pause theywill ttleywill do-.ub'
take in Tennessee rejeau ;
pla on
eve'nt I
event-if that
\ disstro Nahvie session?! What be the term of their I think to the South United
the first next. VirginiaAlabama may appointment as justly, that'bound which the States has jurisdiction. jnstic;; they will prevent the "eon mmatio'
ever happens-of dissolution.! : South Carolina and These, and many other question by the strong ties of interest and affection; he The :Constitution alone protects it in the of measures,*? which;1f,'we'be'ntt' degenXerate :
And what would;] be its terminationl! Georgia, are may, and should be asked by reflecting could with constitutional in his
understood not stay States, but it is not disguised 'that it is the sons of noWejsire*," will involve"necessarily
to responded
have by
;- Standing armies aijj{ :navies, to an extent formal already for their men, before they go too far to retract! hand, permit our rights to he trampled] uPon policy and the' purpose of, those inimical to ;a severance bit he Union 'A firm
the revenjtws of each portion of provision respective representation It is asserted that this Convention be by a ruthless majority I lreasop- admit rion-slave- .
draining in that Convention and Maryland : see no us, to a sufficient number of forward movement?;wilt 'secure1 all we*bare
the dissevered empire,would be cretdj; ex Tennessee, North Carolina; Arkansas, composed of the most wise, honest and discreet change that opinion, and so f ras the advocacy holding States into'the Union to enable them: right to demand+ tt that. 'the Sowthi will

terminating war would% fallow-not a war Louisiana and other States in the course statesmen of the South and therefore, of an ultra constitutional remedy might t amend the Constitution.so: give to ask. : : 5
of two"or three ye rs, but of interminable ; are none of these dangers are to be apprehend-e construed into the retraction ,of that opinion -- Congress the right to'abolish slavery even -
in direction.
of action the AginithTieiisk
duration-an exterminating war .would follow same ed. We should not "lay] this flattering unction i I certainly cannot consent to it. 0n the in the States.! : .Believing, as they profess 'to : i if.I 'nave': confi
the last session of the General dence .
until PJoHip or Alexander During to our souls.** These are times of 'L entertain, confidence .that inthi'resieiitwhy not let hIm'ar.
some some Assembly of our State, a series of resolutions excitement ,contrary, all believe that, slavery. is a 'sin against God I rest the unfrieridlyv ijnttTtistitnticmaF: f 'aridoffensive ,
Caesar rise to. cut the and men .remarkable for wisdom General will with ,
or native-
Napoleorjvpuld oppose; energy and Nature-a disgrace to the, country.in I
which action
Gordian knot problem of the were unanimously enacte and we regarded honesty and discretion, are rarely, if ever, and resolution every encroachment: which it existaa'stigma upon'our, institutions 'of,Cpjig ressl ,My answer in.

0 capacity ran fif r sl-gverment and a announcing of Florida.. The resolutionswere determination conspicuous in promoting' schemes, of ugitation. the sacred bulwarks of ,the Constitution a sin arid a crime.for which! they'as I plain.. .He He cannot pventthefed: .of such action. _,

0 crush the lberies {of a Such men at such times and ; and if it be urged that the Executive constituent members of the Confederacy-are may, anijlstei fully assared'will' ..
portions Of *. Can doubt it. officially transmitted to her delegation l i in such schemes, usually give placeto veto is check I v veto abut ,to abolish Slavery in th District, t
you in and to the public record no "enduring so reply, isno I r responsible is,their duty to effect its abolition "theslave trade "
'Lpok a hitCr-nsul j tbeg of all i in Cngres brnch of passed the Federal Legislature. the. restless politician vnd'.forward act of, or failure to enact by,' Congress, J by "all Constitutional 'modes-Tone of F or Territorial Bill withthWiImot betweenthe States'PrOTisoHe' or.-a '

,, history, ( ; human One of them defines, with signal and demagogue, who. generally manage to and so more particularly must be the resolutions which,is, by amending the Constitution..- ,In cannot ibns ia'and'
spirit arresttaglu 'bnt-iiJ
nature-look>t tbejcharacter of- the contest distinctness the and attitude of the render themselves prominent and popular or enactments of"a mere 'evanescent L this way, abolition, withall its horrors;.will I '
'- f: in which you woull( be engaged in the supposition S is, in the purpose and of course successful]; and I confess that body, like the 'proposed Southern Conven- b e accomplished, at novery5dtstantday.But : Congress. 'The VbpMiUoTbn'; 'win JD"-be:'
of following the dissolution tate. I following language: the possibility that a of wild tion. is.' : distracted, arid the! exj PresiJentiaFtlectioowill
war even majority .human
a Nothing but
'enduring L
.. I- have that fanaticism '
__ .. ; no expectation I
D .t. **-*' :, 9 1 llaT o rj p .i>-"t, on Vn/nHm questions* -.itlTnamei, or visionary.,ot reckJpM men.iniht get into the under the 8 'eAC\Lnivine Provid .n&.1nav.Lr wilt .redor JonsAtlmetheJwiisuJnma divide the cbtitrynto; .' ctibnaf arties.
-' -- I ask you if it is pcftsible for you to doubt their settlement and consequences'the involving character 1, Convention, would cause me to tremble at we not hope for comparative stability In ,the t ion of its purposes so unless its iilhe.i i r-njTi rTrtorialEaiwUpW* -
that the final but jserhaps distant the idea'of placing the and interests of progressis without the'proi4aiid; ; theJ'Jnoral efleet
terminaw q.nd lives of those whom we represent, nghts provisions of that compedium of human wisdom : checkedat( once. MiAdan :
tion of the whole Mil be some e ar read heart and soul, with a united the South, and the safety of this Union,upon -the Constitution of;the United States. that there us to'tsay; fthe.a tioll oCoifre will be to exclude 7
: fog down the liberj&s% of the people! !-that f to Virgini the Carolinas, and the the result of its deliberations.Bu You direct attention are hventyclal1l't's in the Constitu iis from the Terri,. IB?};a* maclTeo'as'a layr ,
the final result willijie' the extinction of this other Sttes, in taking such measures { f we admit that no designs ,againstthe resolutions my the tion by.virtue: of whi hCongress'mayabol7ish : h ii 'the ianctibi iW$ 1.alt the departnierits of 4onGovethment
for the defence our rights, and the preservation by Legislature of this in the States and the
slavery when, power r
.. last and glorious IMit,,which is leading all of ourselves and those whom we hold dear, as the Union are intenucd! : and noneMre to be State. If by these resolutions it was intended shall have,been acquired by the'adnnS5ion ': Beholders": bEd ,

: mankind, who are :zing'upon it, to cherish highest wisdom of all may, whether through a feared-that the ,whole object' of the Convention to endorse this Southern ;Convention of ,exclusion .of slave Iterred7rbmgpirigtditbe, 'TeTOtorie* by.tbw.'declared .
S and anxious 'Jjcpectalion that the lib Southern Convention, or otherwise, suggest or : is non-slavebpldingand seniimenttCongresstwbica
; to show that they
we are united and scheme and that the"'Erecutive'should
hop devise." take States,the majority will not be l long in finding
e 'which prevails here will sooner or earnest what 1 ask well know;will bej&rrfel into executi
Con'vention ;
again, can the in it is unfortllnate n'by-
a representation
part for the exercise of
Constitutionalpretexts '
liter be advanced ; the civilizedworldt The opportunity of which President io t be ej/ctejr, iif 1852
"throughout our say or do to create or strengthen' thismpression that the Legislature omittedto T ; fore up n a
Can you, nr.President, lightly contemplate official connexion with the federal interestsof i which has not been said and '; 'i power. / division of the Umofsjinlio se tionalvecnnOt'd .parties
this .
to end to :
me or, prescribe these.evils it is fn'uiy' '
empower avert opinion I,
: the the State affords bt '
Can to has !
tonsejirtences you yield us, brought us to done in a more authoritative and dignified anything in reference to the selection of delegaes. wJifirbirty will tnumpb ,
yourself to a 'iof passion, amidst dan- the conviction that the time is necessaryv' that the li %We have a nghtto uid hoald
tore .t now fully form by State Legislatures and State Conventions In the absence all or" peopieofjbe'SoutlI. i: "upon
gers which 1 hav], depicted in colors far come when Florida is required, in the spirit ? What, on the other hand, is to be this legal I constitutional -' should adopt speedy: meanured .the privilege ocagiyiaig-at( least.a porUbn
short of what wow : reality, if the of her pledge, to meet with her sister Statesof the consequence, if the Nashville Convention provision with on subject, cannot, To render the rerrtedy.effectual, of the acquired terrjifiry,;,>y Licb tai 'Only .be
consistently myviews, take upon myself be united action, on the of those so deep' *
event should ever t&ppcn! I implore gentlemen the South in Convention. We are also shall meet and fail to part secured by intftreneir/jg;the action of Congresi
rights the
-I adjure tfwm'from the South or the convinced that the circumstances of the times and anticipated agree upon .our measures Let the high responsibilities of yod suggest: S 'ly interested! Tcrsecurethisobject: I,have OOrtntic Prefeidjoit is:(true to:the 'SOQt",*
wrongs-upon the
Southern lookto
they"fcold dear in this world- not only justify but demand this people States united'Vlth the Senators fromour: State true to the '
by true
Nor. al by and remedies! Is it very certain that delegates the action of their" State" Cohstitujfjoini to the Vmea,
energetic governments the recommend that the people of Florida
the ,
South. ;
love ijjf liberty-by all their from a vast extent oi but the lio'ets': .$office do not enable bt
country, representing to guard and :. their rights follow of other Southern
veneration for all their To as the Executive of the State : the.'example -o
theiiicetOrs-by you we shade of Southern accomplish wbatbcthiuthernpeop'l .
every opinion on and interests and let the Members in both majshould7and ;
S regard for posterityjby all their have ventured to communicate this States, and send De1 gate8to't re ,l t them I! will ,I
gratitude our opinionas subject will see to all deijand; bay. bicd-
these '
eye eye on : Halls of the of the United States
to Him who bestowed them such to the action which the crisis demands Congress in the Conventionproosed to' be held'inth 1i: '
ha upon 'Will cassidg
points of he.p: holding &rntbeiu-
; politicians : a -
with :iy
opposing parties and '
prudence, wisdonj manly firmness ,
Nashville .in the of
.unnumbered all the duties and in believe Cityvof, ; State '
doing so we ourselves be and
to certairfy( coalesce .Convention; tatt of..FIorida'grep
blesiqglby upon a which has and prppnety
topic resist
break down
meet to
everyattempt on/the first' Monnd -in June
which they and all the i in tbe discharge of a high and imperious ob been most unfortunately and Tennessee. j y e ntedi af fthoagh thetheieopn.;
duties ther l unnaturally: the guards and compromises'of the Constitution I- next: To. give dignity :to the -Cbnven-L
owe -by all ligation. Upon must devolve the made
:jjto you hpn-?-, to play in 'qu stionnty'inaeanxietyO:: the '
part sub
'a. party"politics for from
.whatever source it, com..an tI arid for i its
may tion to
consideration' orable of ensure'respect proceedings
implore to duty' mode of
devising a .
the proceeding more than.twenty years past Will delegates when driven ,to the last.trenchandbea, ject of,fire interests Spnor,and the safety"
: t
solemnly at the of the by which tbe will of we' deem it 'important,that its members ''
pause tojpause edge public of.the Sooth and
our commonwealth from some of our river States, who so down by brute of and .'!: preservation bf the
before the and declared force'regardless right should be chosen by Ihe'authpnty or advice "
) disastrousleap in
fearful as the resolution arid
we unanimously declare for the Constitution tbjejUmpnVis :
Union the a. 'my 'eicuse
to and the head of
I justice -Executive'
is taken into thfc yawning abyss below,, have adverted to, can be best resolved into l last extremity harmonize "Deit of the Governors or Legislatures the differ-z .\Vth'.UIf.thc'; stii 'closed -
with of ia : 'ThatConverrticfn tl e'
delegates partment government"; or will ent'States.: As bur <
from which who take it will action. We have doubt the Legislature if not in ses- ,
none ever no of heW
'. re people tbe from States alleged to be indifferent to the apply an' enduring' eheck"-when all will,be ) :Is 'a ."fixed*f "'
feel solicitous
: toro in safety. ,j, State will conform to any just method you Union?, Will all apprehend the same degree barriers and defences of ihe Constitution the siGn we1 : L- Every Southern Stai 'ex ct DelweiiIJ'b'represeOted

And finally, Mrrsident I implore a may .suggest Allow for us1 the selection of Representatives. extent aid sources .of' danger, as ,well. a*I beaten'down and the South'shall be deprived The epresentatiies receive or'all'.th your.official Stat sanction(wh .,; :a4tFloiita' ji'pledo., .
: can bestow to say, it 8ee'ms quite reasonable unite 'upon the P 'jointhemn? r" "r
iogt Heavn same preventives?, If a (her equal'rights under the confederationthen have interest It. ,
upon me' earth;!-that if the direful and I that our fellow-citizens 'should be small of Southern a common to protectrnathu" Tliii -' ?*' *
upon body : ..
congressmen j assem. will those who have ut 'm de.-te
brought 'take counsel 'toether for their ,, juestioajis J tne pg
allowed to benefit ; inon' .
sal event of the of by .
dissolution the Union weight bled under the of
which the pressure great excitementand this state of things have incurred the guilt afety:r 'and 'devise1 the 'proper remedy for Delegates.! ; .tislnld'oiiejout:
shall happen, I maythot survive behold I representation will derive' from a sense of immediate danger, could and sb me'of the wanton wisdom will '
t not destruction this own. ., "
the the circumstance that their their l common evils, and avert .alt impending Prw ? ./ .
sad anJ Chief "
& Magistrate the'1 terms of
agree upon an.Adcress' to' the beautiful form of .
spectacle. admiration
aernl government to which are the
danger they all tBemg at jt
substantial exposed. ,
giving a execution scat.Hf.Govemmenfj'.whereil
I' ,to a solemn of the South '
people. be
are we so, certain I of the.world. andthe.last; refuge and
:, enactment of itie State,had recommended the of in .The course suggested; I, am aware, i is extraordinary : bae.bettepporitieeoLcqairingicor.ireel : '
'the Southern Contention unanimity a body sq numerous :and hope of civil liberty-and'uponth ir, heads I
,I! ; 14 and'ennelee. steps, and co-operated in the movement by embracing so wide a range ,and, contrariety will resube"curse.'Then' returnto 'and should. only be adopted] in r information.thau the*? at.a distance,:I
i. which cart, you an'extreme case:, JJut I Is trust I maybe exeuitd fot
f m
a delegation
was king3jng.-
appointed. will this
j The Nashville Bavinerofthe 14th nIt opinion as "proposed Convention? constituents.with a'clear conscience
ba I Devoutly trusting that whatever i your necessary? to cure adiseasethichmay pth L' lions to-you on a subject involvlnr,the,
,the f Jj i course But if it fails to agree, so far from fortifying, assured that the honoriiberty-"-welfare '- moet
lowing: > / events the. honor erwise prove fataL ; .niomentous consequinoeisVi Isha1l- be
I may take, liberty.:and will it not have a direct tendency weaken of our beloved State have been ;par
', 5 5 j "Te movers i in!1(tbs scheme abroi I welfare.of*our beloved, State may be''main the position of the South 'I cannot compre: fended and leaving to .the 'people properlyde.and the .The. .Southern'/people.-'wiltbeunworthy/ doried for entreating1! ebustltoents to send
lS h t : that tained, bend why this/very possible -contingency StateLegislatures of the South thename of American freemen ; il.t they submit their best, ablest an .mo : discrtetViaent to
tal n.rk uider3o I
S t r .rcnt1 tbeifut ajQu refused to; Wehave the honor to le, has been overlooked by ,the projectors.of.the i to devise the rightful remedy. }' "" ", ',to v these'outrages., Yet -we:'.are"constantly L represent them regarSkss-pf party considerauoris. -
Your ,taunted with the sneering alleaiiorthat'sve In this
- convention herb I humble servants Southern Convention. ? ;; marrtr.tb5y. houdkBOW) nopartyl
P I i
cuntnac am,with high '
-- ., 18 : 'DL.YULEE.- respect,your fellow-citizen, ,''ar not iniearnest"-in'ear etOdefendourbonor i It is a great State;; sectional Sootb-
!,.JUI.IeiU t! delegates to itI regret that it should-have1 been.. deemed I ; ,THOMAS BROWN : -
: Ctee its purss'uHt ." JACKSON MORTON, expedient thlsiJne by:Southern 'members'I To Hon.:Messrs.; YULEE MORTON and and rights.Let e em .question, in, Kbeb} all have, an r.equalcommon
- '- for by ;nyots, 'E.C.CAIJELLEizorrica. ;- of Congress to countenance; the'geUmg' I J C BELt., ;: ,,, ", South speak tbrougb"this Convention;''Each l interest: ?tost; if vnot allupLtbeother -

S moc mann H :'As strong indic -, titi& Southern'Convention 'befor\,any' overt up .i :. State)vlll'doubtIess' send wiserandfirm"' ii; States hive Beipt p divided representa
) tion'of.the feeling iWhicb]prevailed act aggression on Southern rights and'institutions ;LETTER.OF: E. 'CABELli* ,whoAvill recommend the best policy to be tion of Waipi and Den t tts,' 3YoukLjot-
-: : .body-the. Lower Jpy sejust before itsadjournmenlf -- Tallahassee, Feb'y 22d,'1850.: ,has been committed adopted,and:. which'will --doubtless: '"ap; be wisefoU'IoridatolOthesaml -

: j ( passed <( an almost unanimous i GENTLEIIE1i-lt was my desire to haveseen' More than fifty years ago, abolition i :"peti .Hocsi: RKPRESKSITATIVES- proved and acted upon by all :-the.So theni For,myself sir, I ra*iy_fcp permitted to say"
or .
I 'vote the following;!. slutlons which were the good people of this State pass upon I tions were; presented to,and debated in" Congress ,: State;. 'We.shall thus 6bQwvhat'is"the: that ills i Ourcof nnu2red'feel -- *

- c'-, .- introduced by Mr. le} ; : H the proposed Southern. Convention ,as their and thIrty.years 'ago" we 'witnessedan L Sia :.--anxiousobnervance February 12th.of 1850.S' ultimate determination of.1he''p ple:of ih e. in'no wisrespibl* for-tbe'melantbatlthe -
? \ 'Resolved judgments might, dictate," without. ex agitation brought about this events South; and the responsibility' rest 'with i
bytht fienirdAssemUy Ifs any by iden choly stateofthingal'hiceunoun&
I : of very transpiring around me,'has forced"the i ,
14 pression of opinionpamy part ,but the tical WUmot conviction the Northern States to dissolve'the Union'ofto
; ap Proviso ion'in it'is f !
State f fTennesfeefh3.t] a''more' or.- mind gratifying to political :
on the
lurc'of party
he.chie which my rights interests
peal you have made leaves me without L fensive shap*,'which convulsed] i. doiustice! .to the Southernportion of the with .wbicb I haTeWfreeV '
tt lues and pro rlt( people of ; this Government and honor ot.'the section of,'the, Union J :.in : ,4 associated is equally]
j the discretiorif.and I leel bound;in dererenclto'you I to its centre.;., The Confederacy. Sooner or l later;self-preserva- from
butji individuals and as"a opinion; that'Con;. part represent respon b; ty4MexicowasIn .
Unit StteS & arkendangeredAsthe Representative ; ,
and your constituents, as well as in respect the 1! I tips,will{ render-tbe adoption,the -.
1 n cfrrd hy and,through! green possesses= Constitutional right ;to, of the. of Florida course tbVi language -a I Jistingiushed-Sontbem
-' -. the Unon t n. of th.. S"4 and the adoption of to myself, to state candidly.my' opinions, abolish,slavery,in the District Columbia,' it to'be a'duty to admonish people constituents, I feel I we>.recommend' absolutely necessary'. I fear statesman ihe"foibid; lenniiV!>The Whig- -
upon contemplated: measure' and of ia!the. my if. .delayx, we"'may be We A:. U
it' toT,) Constild on-r-the adoption ''of'which do coarse forts, dock I- ,-' -- : wait,eSected_t f the mrmIB and: not beJie.vetbat.IpoS8esa any power i of the' !J.8., has been publicly declared thiougn you I'beg leave respectfully k I- better-prepared for action Im'thanwe shall t4 1fhIy1.totd; ieojde'pf
is-- concessions of 'bur 'mariqtie( sir or authority-aatbe Chief Executive,Magis byeiniOent statesmen,;.some of,whom dress tothem a short communication, be at.any iretimeAnd. it::'is better r thO,Unijl State t 31 tfeii evils wbich now;;
; ,- the North and Southt i j S'bot.'of trate'of this State to(take,.any'official step I have 'since had "conferred upon them ;the : The spirit ofrabolition fanaticism''seems' all concerned that the different sections If 5UTTOUn&tj woald4 rOW1 aequisatioi.of .
;'t AU to cause the election or appointment of delegates highest honors in the gift'of- this nation : confederacy.should fully'understand:brie i terTitory 2$ iheirpower.t&
.5 : Relvi 1 lier, 11 contintiation of to attend the,Convention of the,Southern ; .so to rah.not,over the .Northern States,'impel another <;, ThC7d&i
that I "
can see nothing new: that hast -o. 4'hs) eiideavaredto.rr
i and oc urred.intbe'up ling the of those prevent .
:itt proeptrity. and even StatCs.toencOaclIrients '
'States to meet at Nashville I have
lib in the State ,. been'; as know; the
., depend ijjion.:,the perpetuity of Tennessee :-the for-thiagitat.ing. question and aggressions,,which'!hot only jeo you oP.Posedio tL -Butpait'--
on flrsf. of
: : Monday in'laD which should call ''forthat.this' calling .a;Southern,:.Convention '
I Union time ,but'my pOlicy-preventOiLThe tomhshment)? tbeir
: "one_Minnamsible.: 'That the next; .1 know'of no in'the.Constitution J Iextrsordinaryandrevolutionary' pard,the -Union, but threaten the ,very;Ion,'' mind, ;
provision ; undergone entire : :
a :measures dation bf an; change. .In ,wsheswbicbI. prei eYe uthet&
e '
c4eof1ibertyin :
; society ?t4 'tbe
our own br Laws of this : .Soutben
I! rcton.oft not (onane iu effects to'the but : : State:which! points v From,the, time: this'slave question first- States. *. ? _l\ .. ''" fl5 dependent 10.f.( 'the' fact ;that"'iy: StateVis! man; port'regretsMe : itiJfO4! $ :
.- : borders' of the ,los$ of; Washington batwould or\permits' performance; of,:euch"a \ made its.appearance in;tb :N oi1h'irh"n I U TbO1fl1TOi1S5Of4tbt.VOAStitUtiOfl j : I' '' p pledged to"join' the'other Southern StatesV1. wean temtory ba ctcql1tre the
/ "e8crib ]
duty or: that s' and defines : ar (i conatder'5lun ,
sound the Aeift-iriell of: ; the .was,a-"little cloud likeaman's- ,"'Until: we fearabbuvftdhbe, Coneooncitj.l to the evilsofjhcoise4uence predicted.
: -,'. 'ib. pf : lberl.gov I> powers :ah3 duties of such:delegates,.,when the present timewheu it has become ablackcloudtf and tile ji btt bf;le;outb'p'ran entirely' disregarded. security the South-to the preservation of ir,though we.warjtfd r Deiaocrtt'c f nen&.

": : ; .me.t fr iJa;! 1e.. elected appointed... It is'very clear-to my .thick,darkness impending over: this that sacrea ioBtrament,:TJo:longer id! by tlie.Cons4ution'and: to :,the I;perpetuity or. ,. mind that 1..hare:no more riowerjor authority Union respected conituaucofthcUjo "
'and .
'. n _
castinga5eipjloomoyertii : deaypre&,' .
c .
nucIilw ; ;
:t: t' t.y, patrTot3c'p eOp1e, :in thiiinatierthan any-,private(citizen of prospects:6f the futurejt bas been; one-conr C. 0theConstiWon.fntendedtO. securedor enfoTceiJj'he article .:Jl5!i :.t? be ana4isorybod.5 ydflnti me; this U.no:time for erivrbicb

,' ot.Ifcer&ate Tefl&essee, iJIcnS tbe Commonwealth;and that any'act on my U ual:.conflict I o. between. !!; -.secureT to t tlpl1'of-theJiSbatbfnateoibit6irarA toletbcpintm influenced toeia
wprds the : :
aboli- ,
::: savcbolde r the Iiha
sad eflccts( 6f a:disujrifbrf t to part in ,. oveffugiti, :6h\vesr
; O my fficialcharacten'jto rprocare an': ioiAtsIn4&gitatoi. o( the North,.and, the thou OW: IW atVewa 1 i1l1 h:we Iiie
':themselves, to tbeit'1It1rn:and to .the election, ( 'delegates l 0'sucn Conveatiop: Pol' iaosbf. tne;SoUth;-:Tjtn hich1*e f. ; patt JeTuco dJ nandDoUo .t ; *th not !tea -
babrougb t ,
1.: ( : :,wprl aiIaJso; |} : dprdt t' "uld.be -usurpation. alike' :ftouio I .l jd 'wisdam--expeKenc4 havebeeoiorned; : ,iiaImost dead peopie5oX5the) Prth pf.the eqriseqaenc sipf ndaered-
i a&:brought letterMost : > our pramoB cntip .
o1the :
; > .
: : !
: d censurable 5v ,l1onmnliOJditit tea .
: r 'U''t' ; _
ofjteireolutoW rn ; \, "Sl n wJ mequres.mt\--.1 b t, !in4mot. : It isihe dary of
.m@ dgl'Ae ( a
; "", # 1.1i m' jOiLicia?I hayf Pa5edla W ,"un4eb ; '.. ny j jptbeTi
: -
; : st44ji ; e .Ijeonsider iucb'aConvention avpenaltie th.1J..w1Z
I :, : ary T? : ; as'rcvolu* gaining..confidence'',thU vrordy\conflict .<" and:;prime, -uirewhoor.what
J t-, :,' :': :,'Uaion"atgll"" h.f & to'the: J last ex- uonary !in-it tendepcn:'and( -directly agaihsf i ; asdmeu- moreiMmny! -,tone ,and-the'Southern ;, apin5tthe.th t ei T rciiQf,oLthe;that,f gt"T'>*''VW %I>UIC object of Coaienu'oBiVwll-beito -enablethe dq aU.wzong in,hi*poxrer
: to
- w .' the. provisions ac of Corimss io1 '
tzn1Ltr I J pmt if.pot tbe letter 6J ;
tbe.Constitution Delegates from'aU wtbe:So'itberitati te pending
; '1 :' 'pctitufanfto( keep.:eren jpftcei nust lT93;>,withhitbelitJiinJt: u : inawbJie: : oye.tbat ey
: ; .
0. i 'f' :; ; jf J
," ; ; ; :J I "" tQ devise awl the '
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: acq4d'te pOnSf ijityo' e < ; i; !o' ii E\Vi&nD; ,: T tfDElT.A 'L tD 'j "" ; ftS
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As the Re'presentatty Oflhc people of ninth sefI ; "J <,: eplt". "tttoo BQ" 1'A.L I. f.t.1i a. 2. ,1 '
rderio e urretin tl:Ho pre .f !' .., /,. '. N', j < :;IeL iIo. : "- :) : _
Florida shall.remain *isist tayfot.rand re-, J}' ,....I'.f fi' ,
L91$2oo? } 1(, 'f _
tatWeson the 18t1iutt. fot ,.v.n .
t. tbciconsummationinterest e i D t 1 Y I' "' .A, 1 .. : StiJtGEO D1 rnST ost ;,
by all.lawful mea4 r"" -t- ; iw Z ; w fonl', ,
of 'measures hostile to;; f of my a eo1utionTerritories. ) ,.t9 .inatw ;ne te f: .t.; ..:VT i : -" .$2,090.! .t '. :' [,' Snu1. N rthafde.ooe ilJjiast door-.trcllnth.o i ;-i ILT "". .- .''i.. -.' '' BEOSrt intimate to $I tea.tr-Jkt- .
oor- ,
Staled'some; :of, which iistpme fatal ,lo :lo report a j ill far the :admission ; VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY, Ac.Ur Libert* sfcrwV Roa.rjv HOWLING "' : South for the benefit and Its on'rieii j Iff,!,he having II ..,

thelurtheiC9Dtinuance 1 tf onfeder i.' b'f. .California'&/State;'with' her boundariesas .,For the Benefif o(;Magnotla Acaderayi; ,mont';kndThtAan8ALoo.Tho been.tt1j ntirely Establish i ." to wait professionally off a. C t hotuy.have prep.j ocea- .
But as the senvrnetoogTcssis: against new,and 'I open -, ion for hi serrioes. Dr112VW. .
; &M etj*
)1 c9rtcrcept1YnoTlaitarz "
:; :oi'and asmeasiirel of copqomise can only :prescribed iher.cbnstifutibViioVbyore1Congress. !t ,Class Dforl850;: : ; to atwithftaVehoieeit1 the.v't usual .".- '. rR0CISMATI Y Bt"Tli blAt nr. 10 -ln:,rt the: followLn;. 4IiaJs1e fresa-D,'. .

, be earned by.the inflaenc{ -1 men who are Mr,IKOE: moved_ tolaythe reEf T _.bdr ,''' -Alexandria,Von 'Saturday;' ppted 't1nAtt,; \/ iGooer { ., PAJtxf.T. the celebrated N\, {Yp DeDt1d.aa4. ., -
1aa iiiFl r
i blulion "' April 17, 1850, under the'lUper1ntell'i i bee ni1 from Dr.Mon, the eminent Beity arjpwo of the. i _
candidates for the and who' "the WaS .
Presidency" regard on tablej'"which! decided in
; t beveragesto suitwih4eateh.
deuce Commissioners.. 1'eJ7'paUte"wIll be prepared i IVIIEItEAS, it baring been made faiown tome to assure the ubUotkmli Jxioperatiouper'the
more'conidemton4} <$lbeir personal the : i sectional TlideflcAcjes oUh V V that f 9rmeJ by him ihalf bd moit
negative by a ..slricily vote }. ,tJiY:4Co: : .Micilt3 ,uon.wW, a murder was recently committed doqamanner. ; MdiM .
yopuUrityia States or senUaaawhich cast : ; beat.. .hmclid d-4i :, '. .iu tlieCount ,. otMtrIen In this State whHe bisC1irgUI '
the largest vote than the'ip eiis of justice yeas 70, nays 12i. s'-'tbe admission of 78, number. :'lottery-13' drawn" ballots::" :. f '_ .ThU11I1 aIIeor'tl r r. '. ABENER I. THOMPSON aDd others-, ,by' upset one : ,. :. ot.; Lrd.Tste., ., : -. _

California with the large'extent' .1 I1as' b rie % the oy vo f one: E.:T;" Mobly,, and that" said : \ ,. :. ,. .' r '
territory iilmP b
I hue little hope that myfewstince will be :aLEaIiI-ECnZMZ.. : PN ( 'Ii .ai d Thompson was' indicted .FrflrPjmj. _

availing. looktotheadtioatrf i the peopleof marked out by herself, and from which.she 'J mntfilont" pital of ,.: '; ';$1oo000; India is of the rubber most enahiona.beautiful eonatrncUon- ,, with- air. and. tlierefoi',and fined te the sum, tried.ant of one thousand convicted dol ,, '"Ceinj ,well aoqnainled < I l dot'ad: Iinga ,;

the Southern States a$; the ,.only means has excluded slavery 'would' be- too :lrp1endidprizeQrOOOCJ.' ; : lars, and intprijoned until said fine should be aid ant gu pu4scMcd by Dr. A 'l lor of
great ,I, do 1. (:-, ., '; QOOO f-; ?*! ? FMnff:Pi>* *nd iialf* : ,nd that lAidThOlDp8Ol1 hU thoi-ongh professional I tlauaadhavtng
escaped froorjait and _
of permanent security. i i\\ concession to 'the North $ ,'without somfe ,I do "a." : :; ':. "-,., '20,000 AT'aIth Just from line Wdrknian;'andererV n-re- fled from Justice) : ," .,wiinesredwith great MtI1tift 14. .rfecs' #
I have the honor be, I .. f .' co Now penrtjon both in t'argiealljutd Mechanical Den I
do nienee far the tnereff'rio4.5
Sbuth : 15,000 enteiafauneatand{ comfort of Bkowy, Governor
Very respectfully, pledge to the j6 t the ;eJDairifnger 1 do' ,.- .-. .\. .' ... 11,656 has been pro-rided,' .' -guests- eft tlio SLate Clr Florida,by virtue of the aothori- twtry performed by him-1 rffxd nptchf i a ure fir -

'our obe< lent servant, ritories,.would provided for.to her'satisfaction a1 di$' ...... .: ',.}w8,000 It ordially inviU the public to' cail:r.h;Esi t1 in me vested by-the lAwA of ad! State 40 rtcominenaiDjf to the taioef eoaLlenesoi' '
250 ,do (l west Ubtohment, bereby-fI'er One Hundred hose. who may need. hu pro;.st 'MrTioe. -
8-nnmberprizes then Dollars
B. C. CABELL.Gen. ) 2,000 assuring that I shall Reward for be "
' members, ; both. parties from the "63 prizes of -:' -:. j. .,..,. .. .' GOO effort contnbnte.to, their,recreation. /spare- no' apprehension or said ,Thompaun"arid hit safe .,, :" 1pARML. '-.. _
' j South, evinced by this vdtet unite in 6-1. 'do > ', ; d 'Or ""S ''GEORGE P..SKIFF. deiivery to the Sheriff of laid Cuunty of lari.n.- :
Governor of the SWte pf fIor da. : ex .65- do ;' .' .. '..' <200 JacksoniIIeJ'a.uuaiy 17,1850. tfSt.te Mnn.-Sahl ;Abner J.'Tnompson; ia scout 22 'seWYOlkilauu.sriIOt71.J, '.I! '. 'a_ _

eluding her until such pledge is give But, 6. ''do-' .t, ., Y .i .' '... 160 '., years of age. of fair completion, about .ft feet 10 .j" I I
---- ------ .-. -iFLORIDA -=-==-- 4810 'do '.', ;;. .", '4 8)27'n.n :of inches ill;height, .pare built, face : '*,
it is failed in sharp large
seen 1I'1.011c14i'N ; T
as the
; they laying! resolution .do' ,." ..' .' .'_"n .a:Cottnty.CIRCUIT nose,black eycs.aubarn hair; .WHO)THrs XA Ol'cu1 11e'ri\i staW .
'COVRT-JN' upper .'teeth' ,that the bearer;Dr.JC. M,Lrri I Is a crad.w.! -
the table. Then ed the CHANCERY. decayed. -
REPUBLICAN. on commen Tichet! tO-n v ; "Q.u MEighths' I '
$ &m $iO or the
; College ef
J Dentistry a* ,--- d--: 1"-' tactics suggested by Mr. CUNGMAN; The $'.' c James Murray V "tt" : < In"Testimony,whereof, I.ha- hereto'act' with the science" fC his praMMloi- acquainted Added to ,
j *"' &* my hand and caused the Great Seal of the .
Thursday l\larh: ', 1850. Southern, members, by motions to adjourn, Magnificent Prioo certificates Scheme of follows"L packages, in the" above. Susan Mnrray.j'' >:. [SEAI] State tube affixed: this 35th day of January aaainted which be with has the bad practical tfpponBaSe*?ils'or of;becoming the art,seP'In' : I Ii
I ,as' -
UPON wading madfilingtheBill otconi.. : ., ,,.A.,D. 1850. he Clfficel of the ,must emLi &t Dentists of ..
calling the yeas and nays &c., evaded the A certificate' of package of 26,whol: TIIOiASl31tQ\/N. Uir .
.vmobJ? cause. and upon reading the .. city.From the high ientfcrtained of him ,
tickets ,'.-I '. ,, 50000 amdavl *the opinion ,
CONVJPTHOX QUES final vote the resolution until midnipbt'hi'h'b r o Solicitor for the Complainant I' Qottrnef Florida.. feel '
Tim SOUThERN on Do da 26 halves 25000 the said Defendant that ,: By the Oovernot'-AU.eat" '. :I great pleafure reeoroinoBdaif him to the"coufidcuce 'JI
reside in the StatS a ',-
TION.. ing the expiration of the day, the Do. do26( quar rl 12300. It is Ordered.That the said Bill be Georgia.heard on, .- ;:,C W .Uowsuo, Stcrttdr'y of States I ., of I those among"VALEir.CLE whm be may MOTT.rwide.. ;;\ 1 ., i!

ruled of 'Do do, 26eighU ? 62 50 the facts charged therein; at tha Conrt-Honse in _Janoary 26. 1850.. ,, ,31-6w -., ,.-/ ". _"tjt -' -
Incur paper of to-day till be found a subject was out order,,and the resolution ', : .. NewYekSanryVi.) I" .
'crt- .
A certificate of entitle
a package wholes wil} Oil Wednesday, the 22d !i
joint communication' from put Senators and for thetime, defeated.. the holder to all over$442 nett that may be drawn .day of MaywISr40' '. ,,<, > ,General OrdcrsiBxECtrnVE thhcklonvill".ifoteI.L&lifatwn early e n',> I '
--- -. -. -- Aud itzs further.Ordered. That td at their iI
in !! 1PEOPLED by the tw nty.8 tickets.named, therein." Certificates copy of this <
Representative Congresg, j addressed to CON' ENTIONS. ffalyes, quarters, and eighths, hi propor Order be Jlublisbed In sonic newspaper printed in : DEPARf MEXT, ownbo1J.H3iL- .' -.L- -
him & recommend ton. .. this District for at.least three 'Tallahassee 1 1S5O ,-&p$ \: tf l
GOT. BROWN, urging to What ODngrgss refuses,to do oftheir"own'i : ,' ._ months- before the. ,February J J. .. .
saidW'4kLUlt-May, ELECTION '
:This splendid scheme iH of the most attraelive : : N f is hereby ordered to be held t ''j : ,
with the A .
the of State union '
people : pro. will wllT be done the vTHO Madison Female Seminary .
at stern DOUGLAS in
probably soon ever drawn in the United states, and well T Judge, &CJ.r r the .Second Dirision of the FloridaMilitia, .
Nashville Convention! and a methodof P. &1'CDEUO'f, Solicitor. tor Complainant' on the first Monday in Aprilhext-: .
posed dictation of the people. An immense mass worthy of the attention or adventurers. The low at the places MAIISQLTRTIIOU4FLoRzJ .
November 22 t .
toward that !! It will be est prize that can be drawn by a ticket having on 18i9. appointed by law for- the election of county officers ,, -; ; i > .
action object seen thousands of Uni .lov. for a Major, General to -.w. I..' HAHTSO.T A.uperior 1'fl1NCIPA1
meeting, numbering it three of the drawn numbers, is $2,000. command said Diri-4 .,: ?
CUIUt'SOFPtCE. Nattau CO sion to fill the t-- ; h -- -- "-- --
Governor in limits himself vacancy occasioned by the -
the repl
that ing patriots, was held at the Chinese -Muse- Orders for.tickets and shares and certificates of I, C. C. Besseut, Clerk of the Circuit Ceurt tion of General Jesse Carter.' resigna. INSTITIjONmhrtbe cs tMi

strictly to the scope of his constitutional and um on the 22d ult. They declared for the packages in the above magnificent scheme will be for the County of.Nassau;'do hereby certify that Officers commanding Brigades,'Regiments,.&C: TflIJ.' !, assisted byMr..lLtJtTSO .,,wui
promptly attended to, and an account of the drawing the above is a true.copy of the original Order, as talions, and Companies, and declines to make the recommendation said reception l"1lJtl4:,on ,second
legal powers, Union above all and resolutions will be sent after it is all -
things, adopted immediately over to on file in my office. Division, are hereby required to carry.into effect Monda'j'ln Jsnuary.last; LFruiii y L ,.. ,_
suggested. O coarse, upon a against the of Congress to who may order tickets from us. IN TESTWOST WHEttEor, I have hereunto get this order within their respective commands, and a knowledge of Mt.d: Mrs. lIartson'
Jeep interest power pro- Address J. & C. MAURY, Agents, my hand and private seal, (there being no seal of.. make returns according to law: : qvalifieatiom,as wellas from the most
subject which is ax citing so an hibit slavery in the territories, against all March 7,1850.Alexandria, Va. office,) this loth day of January-.'13/1850 ;, .' It is also ordered that those persons who acted as ample and satisfactory testimeua&U of their formed' .

the issue formed between the Governor of AVilmot Provisos the abolition of slavery in C. C.' BESSENT. Clerk. '[LS.I. !: Inspectors of the elections held in October ultimo" success the) Trustees of thU Seminary embraelft
TAX ASSESSOR'S LAST NOTICE. Feb:7, 3m '- ,. for county and military officers,also act asiuapeo- the opportunity of reeommendifig it to the eonsideratiou -' -
the State and its Federal Representatives is the District of Columbia without the con- tOre of the election above ordered. : of parenU and guardians who may be dosirous -'

a broad one. Any non-ccnl itta.lism thereon of the and of and NOTICE IS HEREBY'GIVEN, That the Cplumbla Comity, Tax Collector's Sale .Mtm.-It' shall be the duty ofthepersomi hold giving their danghf s or wards a thor .
sent people Maryland 'will, in performance of his ing the elections in the various Company districts, oaarlt and refined education.- ;> ti

by the press would seem both specious and Virginia, and urging upon the -Legislaturesof duty as Tax Assessor and Collector of Dural BY VIRTUE .of the power vested 'in me ly to give ten days' n.otiee thereof, at three''of the -'his Institution ig located n!be 'immediate ri-,

culpable and therefore, with: a, proper feeling County, Fla., attend for the last time for the shall expose for sale, in front.of.the most public places in said District., emily of the village Madisiot 'Coins llooseone _
; Northern States to repeal all acts conflicting present year, the precints of the County,for assessing Court House door, in the town of Alligator;on THOMAS BROWN, or the most delightful and heajtby\;towns fa the .

of deference both to our Delegation andS with the right of the master to retake Taxes for the present year, on the days fol the third Monday in May next; the following described Governor and Conwiander-in-CIiief. Southern country, baring a population of high-

home our lowing- property, or so onnch thereof as will pay 'Feb 112,18.1Q. ',7-td moral and intellectual culture lUA.t to any in thE'
their supporters at we express approval his fugitive slave. United .
the State States. 1
At St. John's Beach, on the 13th of March,'1850. an county tax due thereon for the
of the sentiments of Governor BROWS. 18-11, 1818, and 1849 and the In this Institution,the whole I leourKe of instrae 1.
A similar mass meeting was held at Castle, Cedar Creek,at Cut J. Broward's on the 19th. years necessary ex. Notice.SIX. '
much confide in the soundness of his The Court House in the Town of Jacksonville, penses incident thereto, vlzr '400 acres second ,. ion will be thorough; and the*papas will not W. 14
We so Garden, New York, on the 25th. Ten on the 20lh, 21st, and 22d. rate land lying near Living ton'. Ferry, on the WEEKS AFTER-DATE", I intend to permitted to pass over any .tuy without an intimate .

judgment and devotion to all sthe interests of thousand were present. These arc Black Creek, on the 23th and 26th. Suwannee river, purporting to belong to Amos to the lIon. Judge of Probate ft the acquaintance with it. :.bis will be especially :. '
persons Thomasvillo.on the 27th. Binncy. .. % County of Monroe; for Letters of Administrationon the ease,with the exceedingly important sub- 31
his State, as to yield not j only to such the conventions to which we look for the Clay lull, on the 28th, and at A. J. T. WRIGHT, the Estate of the lata"olin George Zira x:"who ject of Mathematics, in the d'fifcrent' t branches of,'

views; as he has advanced iif his reply, but best results. Mandarin, on the 29th. Sheriff under off."fax Attestor died intestate. NICHOLAS' Sil/ITH. which pupils will be ,thoroughJJr'drilled/: required -' '.
and Collector, Columbia County. Key West, Jan: 5,1850-2i-6w.' to give the reasons fur to?h J step in every
would perhaps have done so So any sugges- All persons who do not attend and give in their Alligator, November, 1849. 23td caloulation. ..j f'l:P.? \f S.
ST. JOHN'S RIVER STEAMERS. new and returns, according to law, will be double-taxed. The classes in J/oac, ;Wsx
Drawuifr"mtfui !
tions from him of an opposite c rJ.cter.- Blacliivood's, Blagaziue.
handsome high-pressure steamer made its appcar- Columbia TaxColleetor'. Workand Embroidery, will be.under the inline-
We would not attempt to elaborate or improve anco in our waters on Tuesday last. She is TaxAssessor and Collector, Dural Co. County,- Sale. AND TilE diate care of Mrs. Hartson; and:;there to no insti _
Feb. 23, !. 3t tution,North or South'where 4ese branches are -t
the strong points heh&l presented, but named the Hancock, and is commanded by Captain BY VIRTUE of the power vested in me by BRITISH, QUARTERLY RENEWS.. taught more thoroughly or ciex..ilieaUj. 1 ;:

we refer them to our readers &s prophetic of MURRAY. This is her experimental trip, In the Circuit Court I shall expose for sale, before the Court 1 he strictest attention will be bald to the moral -
: House door. in the town-Of Allitor, on,the Premiums to New Subseribtrt! I1 !
nd of th&iyoang ladies
the dangers-dangers to the South and to the preparatory to running in cdQK tition with the EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. First Monday of March next, one improved lot Owing to the rerolntionsand counterrevolutions while generaldeportment",at the same time,every tMog j of a sectarian; j

old line between Palatka and Savannah. The ____ in the town of Coumbus,.(number not known,) avoided .
Union-which may result, unexpectedly to among the nations of Europ which have influence will be as carefully ..
Hancock was built on tho Mississippi; to run on IN CHANCERY. belonging to John B. Linn. followed each other in such \uick. succession, and The scholastic year of ten m.rftihj is'dirided iattfi

its warmest advocates froml! the Nashville the Savannah'mer, where sho has been of late MARY ROLLINS, ,by her next friend, Sheriff and ex A.off.J. T.Attestor WRIGHT, of which"the end it not yet, the leading periodicals two sessions of fire months ecfe. The first'ses-,"
i of Great Britain have,become invested with sion commenced thepecou4onday in Janua- e'
Convention. It is but a shirt time since, vs.BKXJAMW ; and / .
employed. Her accommodations for passengersare ROLLINS. Collector of Columbia. County. !. a 'degree of interest hitherto unknown. They occupy ry, and to end before the second Monday in June. .-
that we believed the South right find wisdom very IUperb, consisting of an extensive_saloon Alligator,November 14, J.S&9. 221 d a middle ground. between the hasty, dijointedt The second to commence on tba lec fcd 3/onday'*. -
and the Bill
mON reading filing Complaint and necessarily imperfect records of the in July, and end before the sccjnd'Monday ia" .
in "multitude of drawn and ladies' cabin into which staterooms
a counsellors, .opening are in this cause, and proof the residence Columbia County Sheriff's Sale.WILL December.
time and
I newspapers, and the elaborate and ponderous Pupils'can enter"a :>ny 7
together to devise rational schemes to make for families and single persons. of It the is said Ordered Defendant beyond this Cireuit,' BE.SOLD, 'in front of the Court- treatises to be furnished by the historian at 'a future will only be cbffc-ged until the end of, the term,'"; ,

her of all Nornern machina The injuries received by the Gaston't machinery facts and That set a hearing forth take laoe on the in the Town of Alligator, in said day. "The American Publishers, therefore; Pupils derive great adrantage,'bavref er,by enter: -
independent allegations in said Bill on the deem it to call renewed attention to these ing at the beginning of the termii'i ':[ 'd
have been repaired with much despatch, and that 24th of March next County, on the first Monday in March next, proper /
tions. Of late years such schemes have this day be ; and that a copy of pithin the usual hours of sale, the following Periodicals,and the very low prices at which they ,i'oung ladies pursuing the fiifl eosrse win.w
boat and the St. Matthewt have resumed their Order' published for the of three
space subscribers.. The ( eeire or'ceftificates of tioL, .
months thereto. wroperty, to wit i Lot number thirteen in the are offeied to following their diplomas! { : :
been undertaken by Southernjmen who saw places on the route and are in excellent running previous THO. DOUGLAS, Judge,tc Town of Alligator, being the same on which the list; ris:" --- 'covxsz or ST :; '

the true avenues to our rescue, and the re- order. A true copy: store of George D. Millor now stands,', With the THE LONDON QUARTERLY REVIEW, The of study is Yi r17: flVe1 classes.' .

salts have been developing i i.. the progressive The publie convenience will doubtless be much S. W. BAXETT. Clerk., and the Seal of said improvements thereon, containing ,one acre' of THE EDINBURGH REVIEW The ..Studit the Jen9etm.n2ai;= "-
Court. land, more or less. Levied on as ;:the property of TIlE NORTH BRITISH REVIEW of .
, internal prosperity of Georgia, South promoted by having additional facilities of travel February 28, lS 3m George D.1\IiUerl to satisfy a decree of foreclosure THE WESTMINSTER REVIEW,,' Spelling Reading, Writing, tin$MFUJ.Amh. .
! and transportation on this route, without the interests of I in favor of Rodney Dorinan and AND.! ,metic. | F I S
Carolina. Virginia, and the' Western:: slave of ftny party being materially injured. We In the Circuit Court Thomas O. Holmes,TS.George D.Miller.." Property BLACKWOOD'S EDINBURGH aiAGAZINE. Fint o .Reading,-Spelling. 'JWbdern.G

States. We Council : pointed in, mortgage fi.(a. : graphy, Grammar, Writing,aidxiritimetie.v -
thovght a Southern hope it may lead to an increase cf travel generally EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. A. J. T 'WRIGHT. In these periodicals' are contained the .Views, Second Clan Aritbmetio. ean ladfld, J.1emn&ary .

nugkt bring them all to fruition, and prove to through the State,and thus confer benefits on all. Sherif of Colombia County. moderately though clearly and 'firmly expressed, Botany,.Modern Geography wiU the use of '

.the people that the only "crisis" at hand was Tho only monopoly on the St. John's now is IN CHANCERY.MAET Alligator, Jan., 30,1800.-Feb. 7._ 1m of Whig the, three and KadicaI-"Blackwoods"r great parties'- 'England'- and'-Tory the, the.United Globes,1'arsiig States.)V&1ta.on Exercises'Uistory.of the ;%nd,,Rhetorical the ., I -

that inflicted on the North by'.our superior that held by the incomparable craft, the Sarah RoLLntff,'by. her put friend,-- Alachua'County'TuJ t r.. Sal "LondonQuarterly'?areToryij! "Edinburgh' Reading,Spoiling, and Definingr', "'. .
"- Spotting, Capt.PACL CAXOVA,between this place Te.Dnsuux Review" Whig; and "Westminster Review"Liberal. JUJJior.Studita-Algebra Geography t.the '
wUJona. But Rumor-to which we are compelled torLINS.TTPOY The "North ,British -Reviewowes heavens, Worcester's History- Analytical BotanyParsingintho1'oets&eadingEssayWrthng .; -

I. sometim to give hes4-mutters ofdark and Enterprise. reading the foregoing and the aMdavit BY VIRTUE of authority) me by lAw rested its establishment to the/:last.great ecclesiastical < ". "

U- of Peter Sparkman- which accompanies the I shall expose for sale in front of the movement in Scotland-and is not.ultra in its (daily,> Compotion\Vn ng.e :. ,. '. p
designs on the part of a few Brutuses NOTICE. same, on motion of James A. Peden,Esq, court-house door, in the town of Keitnansvillo,on: I views on any OnO ,the grand departments of human SenirStudenfs-GeometryAtebriteoneluded t. j < -

Nashville. is said in TilE undersigned citizens of Duval county, It it Ordered, That the time for hearing 'the Monday the first day of July;\ A. D. 1850, so i knowledge; 'it was Originally edited'by Dr. .Tzionometryf Chemistry, .f ,'_ Intellectual -
gravely some '
; a I it that Florida should above cause bo enlarged as moved, and the much of the land owned by tho following named Chalmers and now, since hu death;is conduct d PhilosophYa J.blorall'hilosopYi l'ahnl PIai108o- j
deeming highly important
quarters that a Southern Constitution is prepared same be set down forbearing at the next Term of persons, vh: by his wn-in-law, Dr. Hinna, asgoeiatadxwith Sir ph,,and LatiuoptIoaalbailEsaiy.Wri1Ing5 ,
move in harmony with her sister States of the the Circuit Court to be holden for the Counties of So much of a 6,000 acre tract of land, known David rewster.r>Its literary character'is "of the Composition, General alReviow, tu4ms.; ", .

to be aopte in the Convention by South in defence of Southern rights, and that she Alachna and Levy, instead'of the 24th day of as the Atkinson and Clark Grant, lying between very highest order.,jThe YVeatminster ,?though .. .-
Newnansville and 4'antafee river, and to under'that title:only is'. J'KICES'oj Tuthc.JuvenileDepartinerit .' '. -
cot main. We have no i ilea that he the Southern March next, as before ordered. supposed reprinted published rv
many should like them represented '
THO. DOUGCAS, Judge, &c. belong to John M. Berrien; also so mnch of-.the England under the title of the Foreign Quarter ,per'es. afioatBJ, S10 dd '
who advocate the Convention[know this, or Convention, to be held Nashville,in June next At Chambers, January 9th, 1S50. land owned by the estate of D.L.Clinch, adversegrant ly and Westminster,*' it being in fact a union of First Claw; 141" ,'!'J" ".-120a'

that the Southern people wou lend themselves respectfully solicit their .fellow-citizens of said *" being within the limits of the Arredondo the two Reviews formerly published tad reprinted Second Class 0 ,!i"*,? .C' IS 00:, .. .
A true
: copy: Junior Atodie ,il: ,R ::0&1 2000c
trrant Paine's also titles.It has
and lying near prairie; so under separate ,therefore the advantage j ;
it. But may not thi South be all county,to meet them at the Court-House' in tho S. W. BASETT.,Clerk, and the Seal of Said much of the land owned or formerly represented ; by this combination of uniting! in one Senior Studies, ,. a. .C "ii; :.'.2500

t Town of Jacksonville, on Saturday, the sixteenth Court. by S.D. or D. S. Corbitt, being part of a tract'of work, the best features of both as heretofore isgned. MtLiio Piano,\ i..41. '''f'' ;. 25001 ,
precipitated d by a few fel spires' -they whore day of March next, to 'take the necessary steps Feb. 23,1830. 3m land known as Lovy's30.000 acre tract also.see- The above Periodicals are.. reprintedin New Use Instrnnfcnt,, ." 1 *?';i, 500-

prepared! to ring "the fie bell in the towards the selection of Delegates represent tion 2,township 11, range 19, section 11, township York,immediately on their arrival by the British Drawing and Painting, << -I ,5 .r 1000 f .
District Court or lie United States 10, range 20, section 11, township 11,range 21, steamers in a beautiful clear type. onfine'whitepaper Wax-Work and EmbroideryeacW' r.: 1000 .
nijjht T" We believe Tennessee would scorn the Eastern and Southern portion of Florida in NORTHERN DISTRICT OF, FLORIDA. section 12%township lit range 21,levied upon as a'nd'are ,faithful ,copies of the originals French Spanish, and Italian, caoi| ;$ 10 011 .

: the treason, as we hope would other States ; that Convention: the property of Isaac Frost; also section,16, township Blackwood's Magazine :ibeing'aa'exact/ac-rimib It will :be perceived that $23 M't|iget jirm is th4highest :'' .
'10, range 20, section 5, township 9, range 19, of the Edin'nrS0 edition price tfiftt can be chargcit,;Tnition'.in --
; '.. Felix Tho. W. Jones o.TICE'IS HEREBY GIVEN Thai .
but who knows but that th&storm would .Livingston, pur- "
'N' section 6 19 levied the
township9,range upon as TERMS; the and Scientificthe Bran4lscelhctadinE. .
Literary .
suant to an order of the .Hon.Isaac H. j ,
H. D. Holland R. J. H.
bmj liberty property of Wm. Thorn, trustee; also so much of Ancient Languages; .
break the moorings which some to "I> -
} Bronson, Judge said Court, the April Term annum,
J. M. J. Bowden, Martin Stevens, the land,being part of the Arredondo grant,owned per The' Institution will M suppli->IihJ'neu .
t 1 1 It is apOy said the late Breach Revolution Uriah Bowden Samuel Gibson, thereof, required by law to be held on the First by :Mary F. Lewis,'wife of John Lewisand For any one of the four n.eri ws00.. and 1'hiosophIc&lAparatusand-wiU assorted.';;. -, -
Monday or April, will be adjourned to .the Third For any two, do. :600
the work of an boar. Who Chas. P. W. S. Donaldson of 1850. returned by George M. Payne, sgeol for John II. 00 Classical. ; mstoriM and MISCO11a9I3WI! lrzy' .- I
w \ Cooper, Monday (15th April, of For any three :-.
Lewis, sections pointed out on day ; also so N. B. Vocal Mu.sle .Wlgh .nhe.
knows but that a blow may;be struck at Isidore V. Garnit, J. H.: McRory'Jr., JOHN T. MYR1CK, Marshal, much of the land,being part of tho Arredondo For all four of the Review. w 800 withoutcbarge. .:.? ,-. \\r ''.\ Puiul4.' :.. '..
" Per G. I. ZEHNBATJR, Deputy Marshal.St. For Blackwood's ?Iagaine,_ ,3W -- -
J. A. Barbee, Thos Ledwith, Grant, owned'by the_heirs of Nathaniel Wells t- One-half terms of tuition- 'are COdte 'cbiei4ft'. ,
Nashville, to, recover from wlfcchU may be John Clark, J. Forman, Augustine Feb.,22 lSO. feb28 sections pointed out on day of sale; also S3 much For Blackwood and three-ltevJews, .900 advance,or the whole at the midd&*of iW ternu. *. -
Review 10
. .'late t1 the Union be dlssojved\ sovereignty J. McRobcrt Baker of the land, being part of:the'/-tedudo Giant, ,For Blackwood'and the four- -r.- ,. 00 Scholars from abroad'can ohUui b*&T t either .
> 4'Paymtntito
I '
L Joseph Finegan, Lands For Sale. .'.l\Iar sections pointed made oitc&iei of iJi pri1l\ b.mi-* -
; Arredondo* owned by Henry' uZLDd. be in inaacanee in tho family theifrincipaj.or ,
ff will be an empty boon :t Florida.- S. D. Fernandez, J. It H. Bours out On day of sale-as will.pay for the State and '. r" -'PRE" nmIS.h-l",-{:. .'F".i lies'in the town.." "/ '. ''?.!/" .* .' 1

.- Look her condition. Forced to.repudiate Albert G. Pnilips WmP.'Deweest. s 1'IJItSUANCEofaDeeree of the Circuit County tax of, AlachoA'county for the year 1549. ; of th. 3t alt 't.; Wi" pARRAMORPi PresidentytJk. i ,;'-',""*. S

a Cyrus Bisbee,' J. D. Pickett, IN of St. John's County,made"at the last to etherwith tho', expenses att n.ding. ou_ said CoiisistingpfbaekTolunics. ,' .following, : BR NON; --
v -
and ; "
her territorial debts with show. a Treasury viz I : 'j-. ) j
e. able works : '. 'i' ; ," n :
A. A. C nova Tbad.'C.Andrews November Term, the. Lands in the Arredondo Sll ..' : .,"...t.i<..... : .-.BUN i' 'I.'if- .' '
of worle3 scrip fUr population Oscar Hart, Chas. Byrne, Grant belonging to- the(Estate of Peter. Mitchel. JOEL B. SMITH, .;, BeitZe'. MisrelZ.zny'AeMetrovohtdn1Iag :: y------ '. c S. B.,TH >" .'- :

sparse and without capital,, d c small Geo. H. Smith, Aug. C. Gillett, are For hold descriptions for solo. of_ the. )number" of said lands, Jan.Tax Assessor and Collector" '"*ofAIaeJtua' do': B'adwixid' Magazine,' n4.. :! rebinal"r.U.1B5O.: _i ; DU.MA.1 1i1ztee&; .fu'.jjJ:_ :.:: -

resources waste! A few yes since appealing Oliver Wood, Jos. F. Roger, reference may be had to the printed decree. 3-tf '.(. f'* -- London QttarterlyiRecteteiEdibwtfi .. t'h_.__;_ V: .
be : Review, ; ::Madison Male' Kt Ji'eJ\ ,
R. Dorman, Isaac Rush Proposals for purchase must addressed to .
t get into the tlnioi -now called E. J. Nix James Winter, :C.;A.:M.:MITCHELL, -. Alachua. : County ,Tax Collector'a. SftleV Fheign Quarterly Review' -i. iii.i4- .' '.
pledge ia a contingency retire' Special Master Ocala, Marion Co., Fa.' .. .> i 1Vestnnusto-.Rerieie'.. -. "i', ,:; .'- ;, ExerVlses of' thU Ie.ttt1a.i Wc --
, M. Hearn G C.Acosta.: ': THE
bersl ; sr., o. ; I 'B1l1: Odor to one
February 23th, 1850. % : 'tr. VIRTUE of authority; in me by law restd .AhybneeubscrrrjmgW on the Second Mout&y ofjamudrt
from it! Ye i Southern, and all her .- BY 1 will exposo for. sale, in .front-of the of the Reviews,at3 year.'Or to an.two'orthe last, under the superintendence anti direction. ef

:: interests are Southern-she is ign, too, ITY. Miss .C l m n's School. court-house door;in the town Newnansville,on Periodicals,at#3;will receive, gratis one volumeof .' Mr. B..2. GAULDEN, late rsde ot CohunfbiiCollege.
.T. 'ottr BY .AUTHO e Monday, the first. day of April, 1850, so much of any of the premiums above named .' 'From a bllt"l dJr'e['-. agtheunion. But will she be sovereign out FIRST;SESSION of this School com- the land owned by the following named persons,' A subscriber to any three of. the;.Periodicals. capacity a Teacheria rived fro*' fc* Sriene'* -

of.It will be PUBLIC ACTS fIlE, on the First of:'January, 1850 of, and two Vbl, ., .,' ." '7 a year, or to the fOur .vJew :it';$3., will receive '' and trial during >he quarter of 1fh f &>.Jf B '.
f a sovereignty1, contempt, ten months, with, a above. "VA ,
Sq much of the land being part of the Arredon- two premium volumes as : closed'as welTar from the most ar pIe 4II& ":
along side of her vigorous sisters. Her independence Passed during the First Session of the months in the summer. .Tnls. School is intendedas do Grant and part of A tract of land>known 8LevI' subscriber to'Blaekwood arid three Reviews, factory testimonials 6f.former 111he Tresjt '' <
a preparatoryone'for children, and tract levied as the at $9 a yearrorJto the theifouf.Keviews Black. esof:this'-Aeademy.nnhesitating f r mend: -C:
Thirty-first Congress.PCBLIC prop
20,000 acre ; upon .
.a will .consist ia the privilege of fjLEMAN promises toA devote;the strictest atten- ertyof Moses E. Levy and others lands designated Wood,at '10;will receive three premium joluraes.Contecvtive .' it to the'consideration of parents nd eardians -\ '.

ground down by taxation, to1:keep up No. tention to the advancement of her, pupils.. :A few on day of salel.also so much of the land, being Premium vutwitt tool Jx.JurnisnerlvHen who may be.desirous of placing tba-tt to'ler their" ,.
,1.] scholars will '
big I more be received.- of the Arredondo Grant, leried'njDOn' as the \ practicable;fcirf;to'pftenf'ditappcintmtnt* chare*?ia a,Htuatidn- .offering .ii loa>nts..eflealtkfnlliless -
f:; soldiery! and means of deenee from/p reign A RESOLUTION for binding the public docu,. Jacksonville,Januarys, ,.1850., :4t part property of the ertate v of Peter Mitchell, lands dd- bKri/l" ore rtmtetted to order':.a* many-differ- of location and highsmoral and in* -

< home inv ion.. xnenU.Raolvfd .- -- signated on day' of sale;'also so much of.a 1,600 I tnt works Jar freaiiumt- At they. ,ntay- 'reyuirfi.0. J vot-r tellectual callure iciorior tontf othei;in tha 5outb>_ .
a Admln1trator'rNotlce.' drawn '.'tmill. : oonatry- Students.may be 1'pryipared talsAeademytti 4,
by the Senate.and house of Reprews- ? acre tract of. land, represented J a map era "
J:.;. The possibilities .that IUCb, results may tativet of the United Statet of America tn Congreti MONTHS 'after'date,we'shall present oar. by'Me srs. Burr and Washington as belonging to :::', : .UBBG14 faiorft 7ur ,.Worn T ; 'entet.any .College" ,i ,$hI11" -
assembled Thatall executive documents,' SiX John .H. Mcintosh, being,adversegrant,' and F eopie/ofanVTot'all,-of the 3tte8* v iL* -
: nu and Vouchers' to the Honorable the : .
> : flow from one false step tken,:by .a South- the printing of additional copies of which have J l1dge.of Probate'for Duval County, fora final within the limits of the Arredondo grant; and lying will be sent to one address"on payment of the reg \ :The itritttsl altentiThi wiUbe jj.bftWlTrnstee J*to-tM inoral*,*"

l era Cve\D us to think unwise, been, during the'present session, or may.during settlement and discharge from the Administration near Paine's prairie-as wiU,pay the State subacription for three, -the fourth'eopy.belng. ., pertmentpfhstU4ont5 cTheAwidemyU;both: : :
Inuc be-orderedby tax Alachua county for 1849,tog ,l ; < and the Teacher.: casedwithiaV.the
either session of the present Congre; :of the Estate James D.Telote, deceased, late'oha.1d and County ptis. oMsdiso'Cort.ILouso' ;
and to.uphold ;BaoWN jn.discountenancing either House of Congress, and;the me of .County. : gather,with the czpnBea attending on said sale.JOELB..8MlTI1. .: !.5.'NO premiams wnlbe.giveB WBetithe aboveOCHRenuttanoesanemmnnea.on Immediate ricinityof thd-vulag WUch godboaMingmay t.;
;i it. Letthe.South resort to legal means which shall not be lens than three hundred printed c '3011N: C.' ELOTC, -' ,, i allowance. 11 made to Iubsndill pei liuuU'l obtained r'n1at.most resnaIternsThseh4asic : .

ages[ such additional copies shall be.bound. under I J. t CHARLES H.'PELOTE, Tax Assessor and Collector f.Aachzia, 'to.JUi .: anY" cftse'bsfurnIshed: ulee'the IUbCriJltiolmoney ba on be divided into tie sessions ot ..
to presefvsits :rights-let our Reprfcsentatives the direction of'the Joint Committee I ... -, ** Administrators.. ,Jan.ett- : : .if paid:In fuI1to.tb: ",pubIishers-ithoz&: arwHl' Thev first IIII .ieototoeneed
months b .
Provided lib cost of binding Khali ; ., : : recourse to a3 agin''. : y. .' > -- five : ; ,'
clog [legislation by tafjics., Lei them 1 Printing January 3, 1800.j t &ir' ; '.. 01I1cl bt da the socond-M6n4ay"ln.Jai J nsj 4astj"tadwUl,
not exeeed the sum oftwelve and a half.cents, a Nassau ounty.-'r.ixcouecti's si J ; in'Jiwei"1 The sees
< ; : the Pub- end before theseeond Monday
1 sven 'withdraw temporarily whertiloselyr the whole nuTbb vApproted '* .. .. always addressed post-p&idorfrukeatO .
volume for r ordered. I Florida Daral 4' : the second' J a1y. "* .
.State of CoontjrrMariah ," -. ,'. '1.-- ": end to eomirience on Moldavia .
'j pressed,leaving; i Congress,withoutaTquorum., : -.12.1850 t ., .' 'lung;'Executrix of Thomas : .f.. BY.yirt'ue of niy'office, iwii.expose'of'fAr Nassau saj< 118ben.. LEONARDSCOTT&Ca' ; and'eadon, Friday/before:,the socouM Monday,in ,} .
front of the Court House door i thus l101 n* -shdrtTattotfMth*'
: 'J Let the idea of dil nlon.- King, dec'd, oonlplV" .V9Fuuo"STutr.NewVork.: December ,,
us "fling away" LPUBucNo.:2.IAgESOLUTIONauthOrhIflg next -
.{ onUhe, first MondayiinJane eaelll8aiJl.OBtudent U.1Ii rttjred! W"- .
( > of
County Entrance M rtl.l end
.' > Gold
: 'f
vs: : >. ; ,
Let is not belie,the.'R rinciples'for.whilrh i OUT the purchase of Sam L.Barritt,Att'y in fact and" .. much of the laud'owned by- the'.helrs of Waterman the ; J < .. ,- I pay half the tuition tot'&session in t for : '
the' Manuscript Farewell Address, of, George, of Elisabeth Skelton and .Bill in,. M will' ay thfrfitate tax due thereon \. :.er: -i :N : $ Lhft balance at,tho"n.d.Sf the eessiontRLTE5.5oT : :' .
Americans Agent ill .. '
A: forefathers bled- that are rp..ble Washington.;' ; i ;Administrator, : Mary-:Curtis, .; ChinOs 9".i' rear 1849- UX, SO 68ets.-together.le.16m aereS neoeasaterpenses -b-.a j"'f",4 ,: -. "J .TUITION1, .,,! J''N': "f.' .

self-government.' : Jlttdlvtd, by tht-Setwte,and House bfReprcttitatieet and Arthur M attending ia'd} mlhst.t8: CRmER.'harlng ittii4..ii brU : .
,'f 1 :deo d iteeo; boundaries unkno a.vpald : ,- .. of.the United Statesof America a tn Can- : ministrator ofUohm'Frtiier of.third Tale Landi"; saId, eODnty, snu resuri2vi :-JL*the mercantile-business;'nspectfnuy,reqnests 4- lJ1o .:,' '-_' '''. V-. 'AAritiimctioVGeb JI -, g ts,.ii ", S "
r cress attembted. That the Joint Committee on the ceased,'and Philip R Yonge. land beiM and C'oUect.ol"btWi11ian1:1Iieial'an l.rmgbi /U all persons baring demands against him to prJMenl' ,,. ngtfshG i-i.oi : \ :. .
; tk9: 1 Library be authorised to purchase the manuscriptof the State of'Georgia}* &;. 4-1'. to the Tat'helll; of Wa nn ur *'- !: the same for settlement without delay and those ,History, Compo&tion, and E140 III,. 00 04' .
Q Farewell Address to the people. of the United : 'mas papier of the State of oneofLh. .' .. } A4J DRADDOCIr;{ i indebted him;by book'account or otherwise AgbreometxyP1ain.snd So "J '.'t'" .'J"

to the,26th ttlt, exhibit i notiiitkd.te! ,; on, States".of. George 'Washington the purchase York Executor of Jean.. .' : ...Sheriff: and Tax-Colleetor s ,. makei yinent!.befowth >;tlm of'Jinuaryntxt t ; Trigoflomet ryll usuratiba,of ': f :::
oUt can be effected: on fair and just terms, defendants.TT .- '- j in he proper1tffi .
deo'd, : 3uii; ortbeirJ.iabfrhUeawfl1 kel I-laoedj- .,. 'Dq..of-.Solid&urroying Naviua1kR ,, -
the :one. topic. ,winch engreis<,aItInIWn. in the opinion of U>. committee appearing o 1 e'Dya'fndavit thj1: iUpll.JL : ; (INsald, dntt'F.b..l.18. offteeU hlLDddor 1eoUouV : .-. -".' -.-- J Contc,5 tionsV DiHorentiaf an d l4egitt ; ;;>. -', C-

'LI &rt Was ,being'made'rbi'.}{ ;..roon1)r 'Approved Februu712,18O., ; : Yonee;'executor, defendant;in tb6 .,bill filed ':, :' : ::. .--: ..., :-,. ,: ,,:. :. ';1,: ".'.:.'l .','. ,., r l+"A-,1.O-T. WRIOR". -.>;, ..Calouln?,, .turaland'lora1 1bu4ojb. )' : ; ''\"

: ed\ Othcre In the boy(&nJe' re lde..ClUt;of>the .8Ute ofFlorldAto > ,coPtitNERSmP. !- t ;.Alligator;"Nv141849; .. ".. ", .ro.,... .,I .Astronomy,Chemistry;:Botany" ,". ",,' .
tnd '
,:BAIKJEE iome, the that -_ -- T" '
j StAte of Gtorgta : -- l I J:
wit;I -efflEVNDEUhIOdD#..* ; --- --- f" : & gy" GeoloUttRhete.io" "itJ. ,) S
forthe "ippomtment of f 'a,,"cpmjnirtwS1\ -. NOTICE &TIPS was terminated connection on between the 1st the inst.-Wl, tb sat Xliom.a.' Napler executor;. o"I1del ., I' ; e bWbrui the'hbUo : 'i .t if riEqi cDtut"Cri; C '_.i"' P ',. r "":,. -- .C.,.:

r 6'(row, the .north 'a, fid)6 'irax, tHV! ;m>uth,. 'r f JOHN GILCHRIST,-. out:'Of of.U1.Sta New rorki,..,-, .- ,!#. :, "h r b.ISta *. tbathay, 1lnde'r h&ijt.tht;the;nant&: d y_eetre4i1tOaCos.ztnersMp nct"etyle0' f i C *TEllM f Utltt'.Ihff'JtnitUulttmM ; t'-t,:EOonoufr.Evidences of? -.. ,. -'.f '' ; .'. .;

:WILLIAM-ALSO., '.; l'JjekioD fcr,f 'said dt&nclanU appear and r"'iiB eomeneiMOh4* ptem r'aai TheAnmentLan .- i.1'f
to cbo h$j3 "- 'r:-r '1. Kit w< ( ,;.That BUffINQTON.1. COX tb: qnduttbtqeft
er. !, .Jb ue;Feb.-:2IJi,1830.; ''m&r1 h answer the said-hill:within four months from th* tofbr6' owpJ)1";W oct E Qhquarter: "eet44'rIgflal vtu Jl' t. 1,9IUr. 4 ""- -.
ta Ja.ekunrill.) ,
to take the bto : When pa'ymto .is iWt* :?**tm* ,
: Subject CO OI\. first publication cf this prdoh _the11l.ttks3) ; We'-ar i'1D&k11tC-noh.*vyngre'nt&for QgL 'i.t :!o'JW. :n '-
'. ---f ;TrtJST BECBIYJSD.LARGE ANDELE- taken pro con/oW.;''*UlZr' t?'. .-ra :(" ,. the approAching tU Whiter season**win readet on S MJaenfll 11tthefOLf1g tev''41 jriekt' '* .F. .J.j( l-'fA itJ' 'I .-. ."iI'''" ,
.prestite4 by ''- ufos-1t'sofl t1Ul ide ta'e&bh't 'i.fkBi, ( ..I' ,
GiLr.petwozt''t.. ff .1&DtUlOrtmeD'cr. -' 'if" f'' eUbUshmen.t ,mo ; be pabllshed.'in torn'*;*.Wfp%pet.jriafo4,)* the atloridiV.ttU1M .fly ..' :wr..intA\'iUuttetie'audf' Or:1.,, ,. JL J 3 1t, -
tilit40C .xiIw1th .
ptftowln SPRING; .FAiycyfAftp: STAPLE, ,: Eastern C1rc..it'of theL'- FlorId. oaoO ." V77< wssritrf. .r :t4 .:," i-.i.* .00 ,U.1l5Qi ; 4' fn ) ,
: } ." mmodl.tt mD.in rfrsnlet :' .,; 1i'.btu' .
i &n i l ir.t; f """, ; ; prepare : U110 .aof
j1 ( D 1f" p
'D1ootb.s-f rtl'anctJ1l
; ( jJfl'OODS Ll :: week. fo.fqr. BG&rcIert..',*'jo":.I1 \ 'II ii 1 !
: : .' ; Tb'WItK5 EDUih ( anet'ii.hItlSdenseiinolude t' ; T.f.: G
srmtr n.-U'R.rIN ;
P _aiM 1u60\'of thothere* N.... i40triild'loi 1t-&hD to.Jr1 t. .",_.."."T-r. Wr ..'"..1.,,,pspptTq_ "f'f) :$.",".t, 4 if :iH-\SAMUEIiB tFINqfQNf J1.; +, j 1 1Lt' d."f t" '- ..' .. 8 txt : TH E'.OF ICE .V t.-
.. ,. *? .'I"J '-"Jisdgc ::PIULlP'COX' J"trf.j1 \ J. \1 Prine1f1 t. rmJ"A.
irbich h'w raim t. .. ; J } ; :!f- 1YJEW.wt ': A-
eeptwa'el -
; :. ,. .',rfly mated. by Tht.&re: .9 SEnCt It>AEzJe3pI'Ll. Sokt'n. : : :: .'-.e j9."J.tf.l.- !.ur't ..t,, \lIW.o." ,,'4i'or : ;. ..
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lrE' onlp EP n ., ;p-- 6 "" "" ., --. ,,' .. .. .. ------7 L : 'k,1.. !' .. ':.:-.. -..: -., < .
t9AN one thousand dollars..' Tbelbeads : i "- S : : -
!1 of"Wes : S5Lt : qt Jt C '
: 1' rtJBUSHE&K AT' ley and Fletcher'are ofa ,good lisr for framinjr. from my throat ;iU aedDiyhe so. that my j j u,:cf i x .itA/r 1t ; ; }h. .f tbh 'f 1''.,,; J S

Jacksonville Iuvid HIIESDAr. The above plate cannot be,purchased at the hearing was vert much impa1red..4fter: -taking. .L'1MII Y,$ e same ut .t/.iA p U..aPti4I W 'I "O-AiJCU .4J'ttr: i &:J

Cr1l.ty, E. P., by stores, at lea.than.Uiree dollan leach the Sarsaparilla short timely health improved tlII&a '.or"thf.'Jr.U. 'c t4., .or I I, : 'M'--. _,' .... ..
."t'trjIrfrffifc'' A''V' .
.CPM131tSDaEW., and tI1 throatIsrnow'Well:; ; lam as Cree-(ruin .'. hW'.a.ao; ufp' '. :"" IoIat" ) :. ) ; f":'Jt

.tt. 01' Ani her $et offlatet./ .Clubs.: I cough;and tightness of..the 'cbes '&t;ever 14"' [I'calJ Tod'BftrSatWoemn.UnglL@ .: ",'. Ur.'n'n.'J'. I.It.." rr-.>.JIUIi .A17' 1.
.TEaxs.-Three |)ollttW per,annum,.payable An entirely distinct offer from.that above" leav- and;can bear quitedisLInetIyMy" throat t&s V Vlre ,ate "TWjowMwiever'wiirlinUWnTn : DO d0t0iiAd I I KtAwTUJtiil>*$-ao t "rtTT rAJr2A-ivKri
been wellabout three"months, the cure of which Orljlna : ;'' ' -
*'lon ordering the l ipcr lug subscribers'to take their,choice of this wide has been effected entirely by the use of your Sarsaparilla : ;f;' io a11 ContInuestrig.

.:; scriplions-if,-tr r)t rd4( Before. the expiration those range' of preminms-eilher the B above offers or ( : -s:'. ., .:I' ; .- ;oato,:aid the Yeiht'.1I1IIt'' 'the dS efDr.MthotgsInts rui., .m.'i .' rltt. .Q. di&w, >tiG Q .w_
now ,
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we. ..
of tie -propose. : 1*tosut1oathepib1iC.fl9t .P'' : : 1 S
year, clarged ,4.MverP8eeflt8 XourJ'ricD LbUlS4)'R..nEV.A. cedL whs.teiIpo1": .

." ,*41 V Ja rtcd .t the following. *any Every other member way shall of a each club.be or.entitled;any subscriber to the four in .$.....s1u, p..iIf A. SJ .iT.F:v :Ii'.'ift; to .4eeelyedaa4; P1UChMS.'I. :, ,lfeM a:9g.j Or.anypf.r: ".'ft.wIT ea_:,y.:'t,.< .. M t'

tollowin beautiful ARUKD or rut Tuaoit.sTh1et1angerous! and 'fat the'oJEAmyie ORI01NOLD eob.1 .' -' =
JV ( Boiiptural plates "Christ's none "jf 'f'Li .
: /f .-FivB TOW oCtwelvJinel) for Rebuke?" Christ Weeping. Over Jeruzalem'' alarming affectiorvwhiob has swept from the stage :Tow d'. .&JI p .:: vhij oa'! th i"llksasuIhb ": ; tW ):=} .

t Ad J1 'ni every anbse- "The Two M arys ,atj the Afepulchre,." and th. !>. of time so triany.both'at the.innocrot age of infancy .p'm Ity 1COaIofaTm5.acroiuthecoatotrmn ',aad, fM ft I : P.T,,::, ", .
Lverance of &\. Peter."' J- ( ;and the more vigorous and mature age of man- D '
.11&irllh' F l.1AD.. w'J" .GUJ W_.. .
: : T,:"w'AdTertlsralb: Premiums are only nfwben subscriptions : hood; has at.length pst Its-ban.and, antidote, .f .. _' .. ,'. %
o .ii
ui AIJ '
are J '
Adnrts remitted direct to the publisher. :riii, iizi and its evil effects xrpbo.the system are laid waste .'S :: ." ; > .
: 4'
S ( .xceptliyion.s living a the influence of.preparation :CA ; Mileage idU ret JWi}V t l 1
running account The Lady's Book for 1830 will contain several' c by powerful :; ., .. :tdr
wt11- .the. c.t) tr rd (o prviou hundred good engravings. little grand-child Mr.Mm."Priok wood-cor- -- .-, :Ll'i. Horses:i lost and: !Upe
topuLl- Postmasters ''J&2'A. I der; was att.ACked'wUIi'scarlet fever which 'left
and others
eIoa. i 'jferPereonaat sending Clubs !will In dtteert'krei
: w.*
f covered I .
her in dreadfuU state her .body\was
: a distance fetn govern their remitUncea to oblige one us namo very,' much It is no by inconvenience having them all to them addressed with'.particles scarlet;eruptions; a. large lump ) ,and:receiv Q:'$ "jV..

for Rbe ,and something like a bile, and at least two inches in ..11I. '. lets and.Te m.
S | } following rates. will be a great favor to us. f m iJf, ,
One (twfive Kn I diameter made its appearance on the shoulder '! : &0., &c.' a' t:. : i
square t ,) published six months Premiums \to the towns $sending the large. which broke and discharged an almost incredible :

for.-: :ir 1 : $10 f number'of subscriber. quantity of most offensive matter;, and besides Having aH>the:$ |
Two lquaiesfo P 1 uths, 15 0'Qf\ The town sending this a large quantity-was.discharged, from..the re_aUoD"ot l_ Er.w1tth ,:. t
; t us tbe'largest. number of .
despairing k
of offensive character. Almost
Notice a to debtor mail subscribers for SANDS' SARSAPARILLA.IN ears a very and'rjWat1 & +Ming. ifferint
aml.crcdit 1850
10 oo will be entitled to the.Lady's of ever stopping the discharge,they made ** Dspstft
Application for I lej ters ( 5 Book for 1851 g.atis;and the next in number trial of SANDS'.'SARSAPARILLA,' which effected ments.he is prcpffmi fiTnideTtaks"iir eJaias,ef

For announcement of e laatililtraton.ates for office 5 0 above, each subscriber'shall' receive airy one. of'' the QtMRT:: BOTTLES. a complete cure, the, child having taking tIi \ .. what kind aoevortlfflt'| ma/re ture*t% service* '
plates. -
bottle. For the benefit of.those'suffer (
only one '
Jvo aanouaeemenl will.1,* made unless the &same Address L; A. GODEY,. FOR THE REMOVALAND- PERMANENT ing from the baneful effects of this horrible disease \ of an Agency at tksace.] |]' <- --*? .f'A*jKnjfat>>

Ve aecompanied with the amount charged. 113 Chesnut street Philadelphia.. CURE. OF ALL DISEASES ARISING Mr. Patrick will be pleased to inform any personas 5 \. Particular attentiop'iven to the prtrpcr. ssttl'
4. *' "'
janIilyS1LENDID 1 i'
Editorial notices fer rivate benefit will be r FROM AN IMPURE STATE OE to the correctness of this statement, if they, call mtot4isei cmznte:. .
TIlE BLOOD OR HABIT THE at his residence in Exeter-st. near FawD-IIt.. [Baltimore [
w\arged the.rate if.advertising. OF' Sun. '. Charges modern tei jnd regulated by the amount
Religious ENGRAVING[ ; SYSTEM VIZ: : \ claimed'ard the ezoraeryIa'
Obituary, .n Marriage! notices, will The following' testimonial to the value of : raqairedlAH

VepmbliAodjrati*. Scrofula or Kin'i.tfJilt.Rhttwnatllm, obttinO.itcutaneous the is fromth;! Rev.- Luther .. comrnunleatlouaeposip4d. .to Insure,InsertlonlI ..
TilE SUBSCRIBERS ARE ,NOW eruptions, pimples, arptutvlet on the Sarsaparilla, ; Office,102iscwSt..WIaYOkCi1V.OLD ". 1t: ..
taust> l'riz Cipil ita
e post paid.AM Minister I .
1.icion ELEGANT KNGRAVXNOOf face, blotch e.,' bites chronic sort eyes, ring worM .W right aged 76 years, Congregational tl r ; r "t'
} fell TOWNSEND -
== -- -- the Death vr trttert, scald head'enlargement and pain of residing W..oburn.V .. JACOB, Jm '.
of the Rev. John Wesley.ENCRAVCp the bones and stubborn ulcers JrJ'aDt
joints '
COMPETITION ECLIPSED. syphilitic \ ', Mass.;March 30th 1846. TIIEOR1CIALa DISCOVERER OFTHECrcnhlne
\ fUJC CTAKDABIJ IN THE HIGHEST STYLE OF ART, symptom*, sciatica t or lumbago;'and diseases' Messrs. Sands;'Gentlemen-From what I have 'Townscirf 'Sarsap rma. -AiORm&N: c9vNSELwP.Ju'LI:!
PERIODICAL.. arising from an injudicious,tilt of mercury tacitites and from the information I bare recently Will
experienced, attend to l'ror.sonal
ul thvCotrothe
-i-jfj------- or dropsy exposure or mpntdenee in Old Dt.trowllle Is'now about M years of ,
t" --
-- -----i-i received from a number of of high Eastern
AFTER !THE CELEBRATED PAINTING life; alto chronic constitutional disorders, 4c. persona I has lout been known tit the AUTHOR and DlSrO, Circ4to(1orjdaj Is th..4...
Graham's who have nSed your Sarsaparilla eralCourt
respectability for tbr .
Magazine 18 O. KRKRat cbe OrJfOlffK ORIOIJ'AL..TOIYH.ZHD *thern District ofYIorlda,
OF MARSHALL CLAXtON.Amongtho have not the least doubt but that it is a most valuable -..
Medicine has acquired A very extend ZRV1P4R1LL.L"Being poor,J>e was oapelled Au.A nT'' tb./prJ
THIS medicine and that the numerous certificates which il fcas
many good-men who have spent to limit its nwnufaetar by
BE splendid narnbcr.of"Graham's" for Jan- their lives in the service of their Divine Master, and .established reputation wherever von have received of its efficacy are fully sustained been kept out of mftrk t. uld the miss circumscribed u tor genera1.Bu.ta: the SUt e., .penr

- 1r.: hu taken the.whole country by sur few ever exerted a greater influence for good than it has been used, based entirely on its own experience,' and although its reputation and those onl* who had proved Its worth, and known Us grants and donalionof| lands and. the>. .i
prise, as this .Magur/ has always! stood in d d JOHN[WESLET.' With high powers intellect merits, which'its superior efficacy, bas alone utility are Very extennve,and stand in no need of valued It bad ached the ear of many.Be,enh. or selling.thereof.1" f A *
iteraexcellence nod pfstoral in Ie humble efforts to increase them I want all as those penons who hud been bealed of tore diwuel.ud r ;"
beauty, circula united a gentleness disposition which ena sustained. The unfortunate victim of here- my death, its excellence andwonderful Ar AcriT.r: >
tion and reputation it has won already for 1830 bled himj at the same time that he touched the who are afflicted by disease to become acquainted saved from- proclaimed for the coDectiori. with contracted irpoii ,
disease swollen ; the CnlUdT
greener and more .abun4ant laurels in the loud tender chords of the human heart to convince the ditary glands, with the efficacy and IlOWtT.of your valuable medi- HEALING TOWER.Kaowin : States for,Military#. other"
praise which from and bones half carious has been restored services, pension!,
comes of sinews ,
the understanding of the truth ciae '
; every quarter and
Union. importance of the 'LUTUIm.WR1GIlT. ?, 14sr..ars ego; that he'bad.by his skfll. supplies furnished vvhinteers,and for horses" or
: holy precepts of the Gospel which he promulgated. to health and 'vigor. The scrofulous science and experience deviied an article which would other property lost, fit whiejb the-; United ,BbaeIi
iZ55 Fir Edition of'the Januar number is And when we take into consideration that his' patient, covered with ulcers, loathsome to 'Prepared d and'sold, wholesale and retail by A: be of incalculable edvanuge to mankind .wb.n the liable. Ill' .. :. .
MroMy ,; ample supply was I manifold labours of usefulness extended to a means would be furnished to bring it Into.universal ,-
to have a period himself and his attendants, has been made D, & :i. SANDS Druggists and Chemists, .100 would knows JackaonvEQei East FlorMa
tbt loen. and A SECOXD EDTTIO.I of more than half century-that during the DOtiee when its Inestimable virtue be
William New York. Sold ,
Qgaf u titu-.jH prett. The vast in- whole period an unerring course of rectitude was whole. Hundreds of persons, who had Fulton st.,corner of < and appreciated. This tine has, come, the means are ; : S
the United :
crease hertofne ttnpuralklled list of subscribers manifested in his walk and conversation cease groaned hopelessly for years under cutaneous also by Drugists generally throughout OIJfAHD.I1HD; p Phi1.iYFjy,, .,
Bottle six
enablos.the Ilu"l hen to promise their to wond r at the very high degree of estimation and glandular disorders, chronic rheumatism, Bottles States and for$Canadas.5. Price $1' .per ; ,. Is manufactured on UJfEQUJLT.ED the Inrsest scale.PREPARATION and Is called fnithronrhout ATTORNEY & NSELLOB AT' LAW",,

readers a such succession of na'cf of beauty and excellence with which his memory is cherished, not only by and many other complaints springing from a For sale in Jacksonville'by the length an4 breadth oftht land.especially _jicZSoWllLE; JXA., '
as can be by no periodical the men hen of the denomination, to the upbuild- | found of degeneration or dcuriora
I iuthe world. ... ing of hich his nntiring and exemplary derangement of the secretive organs and the nov29 FORMAN. as As incapable. :Will attend toTanjplofesrfonal business entrniV'

Those who have t>lrea
her need no assurances (",its excellence; and for of everjjscct. the rack disease, and now, with regenerated LEWIS & AMBS, Tallahassee; G. R. lad never chants, but fat the better ; because It Is pea' and the Supreme Coort at Tallahassee., :He bat
also' Inch
those who pared tn icientijie princtfltt by a Itienlifc a* The :an. advantageous .COunectiOD wiUalID'
bA1 not, we }nfcr affording the unprejudiced The death of Wesley was perfectly consonan constitutions, gladly testify to the efficacy HENDRICKSOX It Co. Savannah. hlshest knowledge of Chemistry. and the latest ditcov- able Lawyer, at '
and pro we of others. The with thp even rectitude of his life and j Wangtonjty, as will eBaor
uU8lci .
of this inestimable preparation. The tes cries of the art have all been Brought into requisition Ia a and
prompt speedyhcoilecUon
press.from one tjic country to the other adds anbther to the that the of of such claims M
proofs "end
many. 1 JACKSONVILLE ACADEMY.rWlIIIS the manufacture of the Old Dr's Sarsaparilla.. The Sat. be
ecboe the voice i ipi Graham's the is The timony those who have been cured by its may placed in hiandsagsiijst'tb.IJnj..j
; publc pronouncing good man peace. closing scene of the saparilla root it is well known to medical men.contains
Magazine t the ablca'fand most beautiful periodical life of fhis venerable man is the one which Mr. I' use, with their residences, has been published Institution will be opened on the first many medicinal properties and some properties which elates.' j i 111; .-' ,. .
has ever been:is.ucd in any coutr. Claxtou has IO happily chosen as the subject from time to time. ; and were)it desirable, a Jo. Monday in June next, at 9 o'clock, A. M.. are inert or useless, and others'which if retained In Se p. 1, 1849-ly. 'j''. '

For ourselves, secure in the faith of our vat his beautiful painting faithful copy of which, of the in JACKSONVILLE, East Florida. preparing It, for tine, produce fermentation and acU, 1! .
subscribers, we laugh,at, well defy the engra'Dtd in an elegant manner, we have thought mass most overwhelming testimony Separate rooms will be fitted up for the accommodation which is injurious to the system. Some of the properties Lln1irOTICE .. .
puny efor ot comjetit HJU around O a Every at would be a memento which thousands would wishto could be brought forward, proving most of young Lads and Misses, where they of Saruparilla are so twIt t/* that they entirety 'TJAcz's4frix.zzAujuat -
tempt Lion'sgarb! by us have framed and hung up in the In conclusiftly its inestimable value. The afflicted will be instructed ia the elementary and higher evaporate and are lost in the preparation,IT they are not 21,1349,
sa.be parlour..
imittor preserved by a einctij.e.1IU.,1DO .ft only to those
produces 1 ronI which uould be ou order to enable such as desire to do this to gratify and those who have not used this branches of aa English and classical education xperienced in lu manufacture. Moreover. these*ol.-' Having left the S ite for California,! have .

.. any thing short of the rni>4 brazen pretensions. their desires, Mr. Sartain." who stands at the head medicine, are invited to make a trial of its and young men will be fitted for College or for tile principles, which fly off la vapor, or as an eihalation -' who will my'jbnsiness 'to'Col.- Samuel'Sipeneer
e of his profession in the United States, has been professional life in the Latin and.Greek classics under heat are the very ttttntiat mtdieat frtpir- mt.eonJunctioDmUf.It'f!
EW.AI:6PLESDID ,PREMICM. engaged to engrave this elegant picture in his virtues, and appropriate to themselves the and in the philosophical and mathematical sciencea. tit* of the root which give to it all its value. ker, prosecute all unfijj\hed business to a elos*.

'THK FIRST PRATEH/.alorge and splendid best style, and, relying upon an extensive patronage benefits which it alone can bestow. 1 Any person can boil or stew the root tilt they get a The claims,Ih'ray' charge win be attends
mezzotint siz most I dark colored liquid. which is more from the coloring ed to by m seU in c<)aa ctioii with CoL Spencer
engraving e.I'rLkig a exquisite the price has been put so low that none who I ARRANGEMENTS. ;
"TRUTH IS STRANGER THAN FICTION matter in the root than front else Col.
picture for parlor or offered to any desire it need bo without it. The Engravisg is of ; may thing ; they can aDd Charles Cjt! herman, of Washington
." THE yEAR will be divided Into four quarters, then strain this insipid or vapid liquid sweeten with and every effort tnadby: Jointly uUl
subscriber. This far topros
S3 suitable for will
preuxium. i superior t a large size, framing, and be soar molasses, and then calL It "SAKSAPAKILLA '
of about 12 weeks each with them
intervening vacations. to
a successful LdiLiIt. I have no ,
elsewhere. authority.
any offered | printed a on superior the best manner quality each of heavy impression plate paper The attention of the reader is Called to the The daY'will have two sessions t the first known EXTRACT as the or SYRUP.4hGENULNE iut such is.not the article to collect the 'mouejtlilae'on: these claims aa I

FlTJF.'CHOICE. in senting very all the beauties of first clots proof pre-and following astonishing cure, effected by the from 9 to 12 M., and the second, from 3 to 5 P. OLP m. JACOB TOWNSEND'SSABSAPARILLA. bare always prefrrreif.j have wbateveron.1

For Thrtc ii tilrance, (par money in will be furnished at use of Sands' Sarsaparilla M. Wednesday mornings will be appointed to ., may be appropriated in the hands of *lo-i
Dl '
the State [ it ) one-copy of exercises in English composition and declamation cal paymaster such a4$ihe parties interested may
Graham and a coy whch a irmitted.|j THE FOLLOWING UNUSUALLY LOW PRICES: This is to certify that I have a colored woman After the first term, no pupil will be received This Is so prepared first that removed.all the Inert properties of the select after the act f i' *heir relief.' .. ._ i

LARGE AND IILOIFICENT PRINT 1 Copy, $2 601 7 Copies $12 On who has baen afflicted for the last five years with except at or near ,the beginning of the session of Saruparillaroo becoming add are or of fermentation everf, 1s extracted thing capable and Aug ZWf (News.)!ij*. GREGORY. TALK ..

3 Copies, 6 001 I 13 Copies, 20( 00 Scrofula, and all the remedies I used had no effect and no pupil for less than one term. rejected; then every particle medical virtue is secured .

Jby a distinguished engrave?, and which may be THIRTY DOLLARS in arresting the progress of the complaint on the Board will be provided in Town at reasonablerates in a pure and concentrated form; and than it is rendered Spence|; & Baker,, ., '".{f
considered one of the most:beautiful specimens of 20 COPIES FOR contrary she constantly grew worse; and after per month for pupil from the country; arid Incapable "losing any of its valuable and healing '
art ever presented by anjj!magazine ub1i er.- So that members of congregations and others, expending between $70 and $80 with physicians parents'and guardians, who may desire to avail properties' Prepared in this way, it is made the.most ATTO&NYS: S AT LAW,' : I

Ad also, a new and,bcawjful engraving suitable by sendin together and forming clubs,can obtain besides using other popular remedies without success themselves of the facilities of this Institution-for powerful agent In the 'Jackil1tl -Fla. ";, . .'

: .framing, of a l rJ'lQbjfct. this mpst impressive picture at till the disease had eaten away the cartilageof the education their children and others, may be Cure of innumerable cUse Will in ths' '
Hence the reason why we hear commendations on practice everal Courts UWE.t.
its various ured that no exertion will be spared to ensure
BEARING THE S..I R TO TiE TOMB, Only one dollar aud a haifa copy!!! her nose, appearance on partsof the health, comfort and in knowledge of. very side la its fitvor by men. women,and children.. era Circuit of Florida!!a the U. S.District Court*.
bad its
her body, and finally ravages progress T
preparad at a very heavy cost, as aPremium. Surrounding the bed of the dying patriarch are in the roof of her mouth. all who may be.entrusted to the care of the Prin find it doine wonders In the cnre ofCOJfSUMPTlOJfDYSrKPSIJItLV&. Nonhem District Mwida; the Supreme Owrt
; LirRR .
'p eJ8y.aud subscribers to Graham'sMagazine. nineteen figures, representing the following RUFUS K.: SEWALL COJ4PL4JX7' at.Tallahassce;. and 1f<. cute chums before Coneresa ,>
per- In this dreadful situation, with tho, prospect .of cipal. and In RHEUMATISMSCROfU/-
Or, ed' (we will furnish in lieu sons, (of many of whom accurate portraits are given. ; and the Dcparttqobt of the Government at-
i d death staring her in the face, I stated her Principal.Jacksonville PILES COSTirFJfKSS.\\ CUT.UfKOUS ERUP I "
either of the print b a complete set of our from original of great rarity.) :Washington' : ji s\r\ : rrB
case to Dr. Disoswav, the agent for Sands' Sarsaparilla TICKS PI.VPl.KS, BLOCTUKS, and all a&ctioaii :I .j'
mezzotint portraits of the \ Rev. PEA ED DICKINSON. in Newbern. ftiorth Carolina, by rising, (rum ." I 1. MROBEZTBAZE&. s. Sn-.
Female InstitutennilE I'
.. AMERICAN DEBOE O ..|! : LATE WAR WITH Rev. JOSEPH BRADFORD. whom I was advised to use that article; and to I ." IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD. .Sept.6tt' ,. : yIp''j f ,._ S d', .
Mrs. CIIARLE WESLET. my surprise and that of my neighbors to whom 1 of .It possesses marvellous efficacy In all complaints art 5- t't t

MtMeO. Miss SARAH WERLEV. her case was known, after using four and a ball; Committee of Direction has adopted sing from Indication, from ..IMity t&t StamtuM from :JMSflChBEaT AK KU, ,; '.;
c: For Fire Dollars,Two Ii) .pies for one year,and Rev. THOMAS RANKIN. bottles she was restored to perfect health,and that JL the following regulations:; unequal circulation,determination of blood to the head tJj .,
a copy of either lliel'riafs to each subscriber. Mrs. ESTHER ANN ROGERS. in the space of three weeks, and was able to workin The Scholastic Year. is to consist of four terms palpitation flashes of the heart,cold feet and hands cold chills I -% J.- : )
and hot tho It has ant Its taCtUt
over body. equal
;.For' Ten l Fire Copies for one year and Miss RITCHIE, afterwards Mrs. MORTIMER. two weeks from the time she commenced taking of eleven weeks each: "'* and Cngkf; ,and promotes easy expectoration' .Co3pnssio5SR oV P-ast for Alabama Gootgia

_ a copy of to |lie Postmafter or person Rev. JAMES ROGERS. it. Orthography Reading,Writing, and Arithmetic and gentle perspiration.:relaxing stricture of the lungs South Carolina- h Carolina Virsini &Iain
forming the Club and either of the above Master JAMES ROGERS a child seven years flf, In witness of the truth of this statement I have per term; $4. The above, with English throat and every other part. :, .

_ 0 Prints,or a set of.Portraits to each subscriber.For age the only person now living who was then hereunto affixed my name, this 19th day of Sept. Grammar and Geography, per term, $;. The But In nothing Is its excellence more manifestly sees Pennsylvania, Connecticut and 3Iiad IIi ppL.,;Y. ; I

., Tutnty IkJlart, i'cvcn Copies for one present.Rev. 1847. above, with the higher branches of an En year;and a copy'ofvither of the Prints, or a set of JAMES CREIQHTO.X. JOSEPH McCOTTER J. P. education, embracing Algebra, Geometry Ilutory FEMALE COMPLAINTS. j!J .

the Portraits1 ew'h unbs riber,and a copy of the Rev..ALEXANDER MATHER. natural mental,and moral Philosophy Bota- It worki wonders in eases of fluer jttlut or"mitr .J. p.J. .1fAtDEn80. ,, .
Magazine t the PonUnaHrror person rending the ROBERT C. BRACKENBURT. Mouth of Nense River, Craven Co.:, N. C. fly,:Chemist7, Geology, Astronomy, Rhetoric, Ft li"I.'f tl, Wont, OlIdracte4$rqpr..el. or Pllillf' > 31th i':

Club, with acopy .feao1 h of the large Prints as an Rey. JOHN BROADBEKT. Logic and Evidences of ChristianitYJICr term. ,Meniei Irregularity of the menstrual periods and the ,ArrOnsET- -.- ..,tW53ELW&&T.'*tI. .L&W, .,- c. '
s.dditionalpremiarn.: ,' Rev. THOMAS ROADBEn. ULCER CURED OF SEVEN YEARS' BQ., Each quarter to be paid to the Treasurer like; and Is.as effectual'curing- all' 'the, 'forms. of KUunDueut. flAV1reoedibms>i 'orfice.' from Cohnab ',.

For tonvenitnce those Rev.GEORGE WiinrrELD. STANDING. in advance. ; ; Dnral County :
DsS of forming S By.removing obstrnctinni, and regulating the general
a ( th Rev. JONATHAN EDMONSON, I The Scholars will be under the careful instruction ;..tem.1t gives tone.and strength to the. whole body, respectfully inform; Ms/rionda that he has. aaao-
Clubs n Clec m f& otficf Publicationswe JOHN IloRTo.t, Esq. one of the. Executors of This; cure was effected in July,' 1844; of an experienced Female Teacher. and thus cures all forms of elated with him. .!{! th ;I practice of Law. ,:hi*.'

will *" j Mr. WESLEY'S Will. there have been no symptoms of a return Provision has heen made/or instruction in Latin Nervous diseases and debility, brother, \V'"SAjDb801'f; *_ '- '%- i' I

.. One copy of the ( *.and One of the E tOday Dr. JOHN WHITEHEAD, Mr. WESLEY'S Pbysi- and her health still continues good'J Jy French, Painting and.Drawing, and Music, aid thus prevents pr relieves a great variety (other The firm will be rjpi'fcjented at each and every ,I
,. Lveniug 1'ost"for.ir Dollar clan and Biographer. for which additional charges will be made. maladies u,$/jlllJl, irritation. JfnnJgin, St fit**' Term of the Circuit.Court in the several Counties 'to
One of the Magazine and(Two of the.Post for ,A Medical Aasistant to Dr."'\BJTEBUD. 1848: The first term commences on the 8th of Octo- Dance. Suooninf, Epileptic Fill Cnmtttiinl.tie.' Of the Eastern' JofiJsi Kg Circuit r the I Conty!; .

Fir Dollars. T'-I Agents, for the sole of this fine work of New York, July 25,1844.;, bernext. .. It cleanses the blood excites the liver to healthy action Hamilton in the :UUito Circuit the .SuvrtoH .

"r copies of the )? aiizine and Four of the wanted in every part thellnitcd States.art,For are Messrs. SUDS:-Gentlemen-I consider it but 'AppIicaUona admission are to be made. 'to. ,tones the bowels the stomach or torpor and and gives constipation good digestion; .'!JarI., relieves Inflammation Court at Tallahasicfc, ind"the U. S'Court at 5C
All' '-
Post for Ten DoUnrtJ the (.ommittce of Direction. Augustine. .l-tSsiaeaM 'entrusted their ea,.'
further particulars address an act justice to to state the following the the circulation
you purifies skin equallne
Four copies of the .Magtuiife. and Two of. the Post GLADDING & hiGGiNs, Publishers, facts in reference to the great benefit I received in J. M. DANIEL, .u .f the blood producing lentil warmth equally all over will receive prompt ittesaftjon.. '. 't. ,.., ., 1
for Ten *. 1 Methodist Book Store, No. 40 North Fourth the cure of an obstinate. CAXCEUOTJS ULCEE. on Dr. II. D. HOLLAND. ,. the body, and the insensible perspiration: relaxes all Address rJ.; P. $ & \v. &mnso*. JacktontiUe -
Six copies of the lg I ICRIATOFF4RTO ID and Nine of the Post Street, Philadelphia. my breast. A.'.M..REED itricture and tightness removes all obstructions and Darxd Ctnuttf'J'ttorida." -. .?

for Tuxnty. 'l' This Elegant Engraving will be (furnished I was attended eighteen months by a regularand Committee of Dir tWli. !Invigorates the enC'nervous system., is not this then 'Jaekionfl1eJaI80.., ; ., ,;ITo' ,. .'' 't.

TOWKS. wholesale and retail, by the Methodist Book Establishment skilful physician assisted by the advice and Rev. SWART, Tieaswrer. .' Tbe medicine you prc-cminentijnee rfa:4. ZJO ){ulbelTJSt. New counsel of one of our most able and experienced Jacksonville July 7, 1849'- Bat can any of these thing be mid of S.Townsend's all Clawaants of Private.
in Union
The Po POffice the ,from York and ? .
? BAfn u bfertor article man's Ilquilt'is not Lobs
without'the least benefit whatever.All "fbl..unlf Grant Xattdfiinthe, State
.by their Agents the United Slates. surgeons qf,t
shall receive number of subscribers throughout
which Ie greatest ,
: :
the various'methods of treating cancer were Mrs. &. BlrMAXEyfHTIAKES : \,
The of this .Florida.
purchasers Engraving will j "
to IJagaiine, during the please because of GRAND-FACT that the U INCA > in .
in one one i
resorted to for five weeks succession breastwas I I H
in mind that this Plate ; my pub.I
bear has been thiisnethod
between January, 1850 and the engraved by :. to announce' to the FABLE of DETEIUOR\! TIO'i. aDd: iciten
year ,
three times hereby beach
burned and story
Magazine to be mailedto Mr. Sartain expressly for this edition, and that withcanstip a day and 'JL lie that sho will keep her-Boarding;I .NOTICE : .
first January GrallalU't e open '
: -NEVER 'V of thBaaJd: Florida
for It with SPOILS Grant '
six week solution that
as dVly syringed a *,
the impressions will,therefore be all of the first the for the of. '
House winter
subscribers it reception
such Post through ) order during "
: while the other DOSS the Messrs.
whole and not such fhkon ofnitrio acid, and the cavity of internal ulcer was of ; touring.fa-mntinr, and Kmif respective SurVBois, David ii. BonV';<
for accommodation
ef as are ftomucondhanuJSngtith Boarders and tne
shall be the Plata. ao large that it held over an ounce of the solution. 'strangers I He totttet containing U into fragments ; the sour,add Ralph\V.Norn.. xA der McKay,and,Arthur,t
number subscription fpbtuitoutly, for one year The doctor probed the ulcer and examined the or travellers generally. Grateful.for the very' liberal liquid exploding and damaging other goods: Must not M. Randolph,have1 after the expiration of tie rear for,whlth the subscriptions bone and said the disease was advancing rapidlyto patronage hitherto extended to her, she will' thIs horrible compound he poisonous to the lyttemtITktt to survey salif was and shall bc no efforts to give satisfaction to all. lie I put acid into a system already diseased viA Mil t
Toe Magazine hat will}e ''' continued pail. on, either to "1 am a man,and deem nothing which relates to the bugs and if I did not get speedy relief by spare house is commodious, and situated In: a pleasant What causes Dyspepsia but acid 1.,Do we not all know signed to their several i fW is of operation- ., and, ,are-1 .
medicine the result would be now ready toenter 4i |fc e r dntiev> .
or an operation, "
Dy that when food
man foreign to my feelings. of the town. sours in our stomachs. what mlsealeSs
: the subscriberthemfielI"j* ,jor to the agent through fatal.' I.was. advised to have the breast laid open .part 1. *" It produces t flatulence; heartburn palpitation of the All those holding teffeit or.who have i.rijhtftl -
he Oct 11,1849.JACKSONVILLE- I
; receive for Youth &
whom we may orders quantities, ltIanl1 od. the bones examined but } heart,Jiver claim to of the ttadi la p
and : ; finding no re1ief : c ; complaint diarrhoa.dysentery/colic and any question, or who may ,
and to whom the i-acUdjw 4r packages may be directed VIGOROUS. LIFE,, : from what had been done,*and feeling I was rap. corrnpnon of the blood 7 VVnat Is Scrofula but aa add have any tuowledgri'oJHie 1sndeonier-.f-
or to both, if lUer* nhonld be' both in the KEATEKINKELIN ou.A.Premature I idly"getting worse, I almost despaired, of recovery MOTEL..* humor in the body, .What produces all the human their respective e1aiW iB, respectftOly desired t. :.
same town,as the pase rnay-be. Death. i and considered my case nearly hope: which brine on Eruptions of the Skin. Scald Head,Salt come forward with BjU! Suth"title papers and vi-
ft all krttjrs to be prt-pnid. Addriwi. Rheum. Erysipelas White Swellings Fever and
> Postage on less. Bores, dances of locality asjU may be ia their to*
: all ulcerations and -power
SAMUEL Ti 3UTTERSON Internal external t It U
& nothing andes -
: CO. .
Feb. 21. 66 Chwnut St. ON SELF PRESERVATION. Seeing various testimonials and certificates of heaven but an acid substance which sours and thus produce; This u Wra espedaUy desirable,.. .
I : Philadelphia.GODEVS Onljr Jbis Cent*. cure by the use of SANDS' SARSAPAEILLA. in cases spoils all the.fluid* of the body, more or less. What aa promptness ia 'i icahtr oa the part of1 .
S similar to my own,I concluded to try a few bottles (Subscribers having taken-a'lease' of MUMS RheumatIsm but a sour or acid Hold which'la claimants will tl' facilitate the operatIons of'f

UDl"s'B, OK FOR 1850.. Book,just published, is filled with useful ,several of which'were used, but from the long 'JL:, the Hotel formerly occupied by Mr..WOOD. innate Itself betweca the joints and elsewhere Irritating the surveyors in *$ tion of their work aa JL information, the infirmities and diseases and inflaming the delicate tissues } "
on deep-seated character of my diseaseproduced no respectfully solicit a continuation of the upon which.II the better enable JiMvernment 0'brine & *
of the Generative Organs.IL addresses itself very decided change: Considering this as the on- extended icu 1 So of nervous diseases of impurity of the blood surveys ta'question pi it ipeedy and ntisfaetorrt r
and the otherPhtiadelftjia'fllonthliti which has hitherto been bestowed
Comparison betwceni-Godey MANHOOD .patronage upon of deranged circulations, and nearly all the alt>
alike to YOUTH and OLD AGE. .
ly probable cure for my case,I persevered until the well termination.., 'J Mr..I'ji -
this known establishment. the setter *
In order which afflict human nature. : _
: To all who apprehend or suffer under the dire disease was entirely cured., -It is now.over eleven < The district assjinrdjithe, for'thi""
to merit it;they have enlarged and thoroughly Now Is It not horrible to_make and sell, and tXYSOURlNi :
1S49 th 'Lad.- 141L gave 916 pages,which consequences of early or prolonged indiscretionsto months since the cure was completed; ther is not repaired the' building and'adopted improvement tbl. present,.will'be ,.eoUm: : t.Q.a

P: .1* 116 more than rule anil 143 more than the all who.feel the exhaustive effects of sedentary I the slightest a appearance of-a return therefore tor promote h.health and comfort many or FERMENTING,. ACID."COM- een re point,'at Pi'OD&he.SLloh.i.*., and. .

4 Other Philadelphia rnatLy.::; He gave Zil engravings and baneful habits to.all who in addition .to pronounce my-/((WELL'and the cure entirely. their guests. The, old 'friends of.the, house wil ; : POUND".OF..S.P''TOWNSEND;" -, extending the surraj*'wri-th and south, 'cs botb1'*

I among which,jwgrei twenty-colored,and declining ph"lical.nergy.are the victims of nervous I fected by SANDS SABSAPAEILLA, at took no other certainly deem it an advantage that the table wi! I sad yet be would thin have understood that Old Or.Ja- sides of the river,'as-' hepkims may.designated..
ninetythreefcOIptgeVblch i* '139'more thank and mental debility and of.moping and melancholy medicine of any kind during the tune I was using be under the superintendence of an, experienced I fob Townsend's GMU ,Original Sar'c ariZf.Uaa. lll-r., Mr.BtTRR will surveyths grants ia that pettiest

one a 4190 more than ilia other. despondency Dr. K.would say-, it, nor have taken any since. Hostess, by whose aid they flatter themselves they i. ITATION of his Inferior preparation f.* ", ', of the country IyibwM.et'thra.. "'
.GoJrft I Ad ft 3took (,VSn shall surpass that READ TIIIS BOOK.' ,Please excuse this long deferred acknowledgment shall not-be ri'rsfled.byany.Hotel in the South : Heaven forbid that we should deal In aa article which John's, from Picolitt* mouth and north.to;ir

of)&Q,and exceed .naguiincs. past present, The valuable advice and'impressive warning.it which I think it my duty to make Yourvaluable being now enabled, by the constant steam communication -, : wonld bear tha most distant resemblance to S.P.Towssend's mod to come.' \\l 4Termk Sarsaparilla curedmo,with the blessing trtitlil and which should bring dowa upon the district eonuncnein;;Wcolata; oa Ue Oa411tof
gives; will prevent years pf..misery and anlenng, with Savannah 'and Charleston, to have I Old Dr.such a mountain Iqad of complaint and erimlna1 :
-C Parents, by reading itt will learn how.to preventthe and I feel myself under la8ting'obUgatiollJ to yon. In addition they bring to the business an.experienee have used 8. I'.'Towasend's FEaMENTING COM between the river .44 _an, and north;to Ut.
kin KxnynvK PKEXIUMS.- destruction of their children. 1 can say many things I cannot write, and I 'do :of many years, which will'enable them to POUND.' ;. T .: State line.: Mr. M-Ki-C,in the district Vwdtriagui

) Subscribers to. tiCiithl: ] or single Subscribers, .- ft-A remittance of 25 cents, enclosed in a letter most respectfully invite ladies afflicted as .1 have judge better the meansof attending to the wants :We wish understood became- Is the. 'f- ontheweit ride of t} S& John's, south of P1cm-
been to call upon me,and I will satisfy them fully those : that 8. P.Townsend's article and Old Dr.Jacob Town lata;'and Mr. 1i.AxDW'11n the district IOIIIJIMDe-
/ : may choose diffeIrent ,., addressed to DR. KINK}LIN. N. W. corner of nho visit the mild climate of Florida forth
U : 'Engravings. of. THIRD t ;UNION Streets; between of the. truth as stated above,, and many .other, 1IrpolOI of health or pleasure; '-" I nd'. SarsarMrllla are ktaten-wiJ. .'. iufnittly lug at Picolata,on i 1 4at bank;of the St..}oha.' \
Oae *ne tltDe* 'd lfs.rs, with two in reference to the iiiirailjjthat they .unlike.in. paitienlart south "
copy any & Pine will things ease > ,,The the every and running ftjma'eo.
., Spruce PHILADELPHIA ensure a INCREASINO reput.ti.t.ioD'which' climateof not one single In .
of "Death .having thing common ,_
follywingftHeiulM jilates
the : NANCY It is
book;under envelop per return of mail. J.-MILLERV; Florida possesses in the estimation of the Med As H. P.Townsend Is no ductorrand never was Is no requested l.mfonnation.iathepot'isession
-----: ne.tof h&.Rev4J'ohn yre71" .WelllerPre.ch- FIFTEEN WARS 21,8 'Sullivan. ",etreet.. cal Faculty for' the cure.of consumption, and :. chemist no pharmaeuUlt-know. no more of medicine or power i *Imants be directly cottKmnnicated .
ing.in. the OwenMi Aniphitceatre"America 2 to the i '&.better '
other pulmonary diseases has induced ayastjn- .r disease than any othet common nnsctentfle anproM.slonsi ;' snrveron,
Guided by: ,Wisdom;",]'Gell.;jTaJlor and Old of extensive arid; uninterrupted practice;spent In BINDS' CEIEBEATED'SAMAPARrLLA.-This excellent ctease of,travel to thIs State; 'during the fall and : man, 'what''* *can the public have that to enable them iwd establish U ttM,r':*

j WniteyrvfLikenew.f(the Kev. John Wesley;" this city have rendered .'. Ki the t most expert compound, which is' creating such a- universal : winter months,'of.those who seek the ,relief aCCorded they art receiving a genuine scientific medlelhie'eoatalalng f cation and Cf jhe sail grants. '' .
"1Jo, of Li Co-laborer 'We: Kcv:John Fletcher, and successful far' alt the virtue*of tho articles used la '
practitioner and near, In. the i interest throughout the country, has made .by a\milder and in'view of preparing It, ..APUTQ1I uvtGeh. a&
the last two though [//separate engravings we treatment of all diseases of private .nature,- ,. iti successfully into the favor of our citizens this fact, the atmosphere that and which are Incapable of change which mint rear SvArausmcilIkfber 5th 1849s-v";
eonnt a* only one Persons afflicted with ulcers the threat and the .We,have in them the AGENTS of Disease Instead of health. ,
preurana.t upon body, people around a*.. read again their exertions to'merl the whicUbe '
Two copies for five d/rs, and an1 two of.the at legs, pains in the head or.bones," mercurial and again of the efficacy of this valuable medi bestowed upon then shall patronage be without. regard to :nothing; .Bus what comparatively els..honld of beexpted metllclne"from"or disease CII who t'.knows It requires .Oc'., I-6m.: Ilr i. :' fJiV'.. .

above prints to each suhiulbsr. rheumatism, ..trlcl.ure.graveJdiacast.. arising I'eine-but7l.1pt until;recently have::we had any toil qr / ,' a person of some experience to eook and sires ny : i"n
t. Five copies for ten.dot ars, and an extra copy'of from youthful excesses or impurities of the:blood poWve'proof which could induce, us'to speakfairIyof expense.BUFFINGTON: & COX., even a eomraoo decent meal.How much more impor DRUGS,4RrilCALS&c. |l lJTO :

.4 .the Book and any Iwo .(he above, engravings to whereby the constitution has. become enfeebled, it.. But, from facts in our Polle8llion'we tanilsltthatthe penoaswho inaautactnra aedldae. -tl- '
4. .the person leodiDg h. (.Ib. are all treated with success. > are now well convinced that, without any excep ,JACKSONVILLE 6,184MW1! designed, >: : : : rw PUY1IciAiUrOGIMT,4DycovNT11ttMrnkcu4NTs.i

,Eleven copies for twerjty DOllarS and an extra I He who places himll81funder'the care of Dr. X., tion it:is the '.U'ur.l'LL\SANTEST.: .andBEST b.The Richmond i Republican please copy' KAK STOMACHS"JLKD'x tii snrotfshould i *

t copy of the Book, and atf\hrte! 0'1 the above.ngravinjs may religiously confide in his honor as 'a 'gentleman compound ever offered to the public,'.toro'the cure the above,until forbid. .. know welt thennedleal properties pt plaatsth4,! RUJi'N..KKElMi'fc BKOVmost;keepeet-

to the person sending the Club. and confidently rely upon his skill as a physician. of aU chronio diseases rheumatism and,scrofula, .. ; ? ? .. t sees manner of securing and concentrating their haulIng
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Any.person sending fh. .dollars In advance, I ., ? : -'- and Impurities oEthe, blood, togetherwith : .! >r ." J" '-'- Virtues also an extensive knowledge of tN various dte>' I fully solicit;atfcrtlljtfa to their siistock ofcr

abscripUon for I860 ai d 1831, will be entitled Co I 0CJ-Persons at a distance m'a1 address Dr. .K. many.other complaints.' I. .' .; / : il\JAG.NOLIA.HOUSE", 1'.d: _' l eases tmedla which afloct the human' system! ,and\how. .ta adapt English, French Chemicak, G4'and" American Drugs

) any. four of. the,above. engravings.' ,. : by letter (post-paid,)'and be cured at home.PACKAGES' .- .. : It has so long DeeD:remarked that the agileen. ST" ;4'V.GV TI1f! : ,It I Is to to arrest these frauds ciIs8 1lpo'ih.Tui Qr: wiaJ vte pour I: Medicines Glaaswarer,
:More and most ; of MEDICINES J IRE : of"nostrumsend nostrum-venders.."_ that '.we .balm Into wounded humanity to kindle hope la the de, s.Nj W; KOM at..
i.1 Havtog opened
liberal off en. TION$ &c.;, forwarded by sending a remittance dare- recommend Valuable' c.ViIifSwn bosom f
hardly d18CO el'1 in ,; ; known esUbUshineni haa oj'JL' spairing ,to rtsiora health and bloom and vigor' ; ra4 J iPrtg and
,p For twenty dollar in adfaooe,ten copies of tb. I and put np secure from fromDAMAGE. OR..CUnirftnTv -' the Medical Science, lest jeopardise our reputation Iii' : late undergone thorough repairs,and tnt the crashed and broken and to banish Infirmity that j with tW

Lady's Book win bt ent84d a oopy of either of I .*. .-.- .. ., inoredulity.and consistency. ; but In this 'I" .is now reopened for the reception of com* .OLD DR.-JACOB TOWNS D'baa BOUGHT and '. einesweeXMDa Onr'stock tbrs 'pnrehaain ..18.IerPpromieiOfte

t the above magnlficwit priata sent to each subscriber -.I ftj.Bookseller* News Agents, Pe lais,- Canvassers Instance we hesitate not to hazard the'remark. : ._1I.l.. '. ',- : f 1.. .-1-: ;, > -J FOUND the oppoitnalty and ..to bring his; -- amine InLI1 o m&yiec* spea

and extra c4py of tt. Lady's. ,Book and an I and all others supplied..with:the above .which. we have made above. ; 1_ _. S:The, well;'earned':.reputation which:.this House .,.Grand ..Univeraal'Conceut..jV. : to us tbeI to ecU theingoenin.
t : : engraving to the person sending the Qnb. They., work at,.very low,rates.. "t! '.: '- [Uart.Q Eerie w. baa acquired, it IakeIntentIo.othepresentpro. '$ ..; "' ..nemedYf4 Drugs and McdlcinX> pMrun.p o u liberalterms suay4'
can tn all cases_select which tbeypleaa.. prietor sustain, Yrv V r" 'JI'1thhltll1s reach,and to the knowledge chit wh iaee4jt otherboaaeJnth$44a tofailv
; For.thirty douan* we ni J send ten copies of the .ii'CJUOIVILLlit 4cADEIY.IWE : .SORt; ThROAT- '. ''- ,! v.,Every:'aocommodat Jon Vwill, be'.ex; tended*-to ,thai.they may leant.and.know,by.Joyful. eipertaaee, all orders entrusted.. ,*

) Book, and thtrty k pici Xfy.ofcravings. the sborien.r : : 'nefoUowing.Js inxtactfrJtha: rDOIt.I. InV';#rYO1Iere;-othe.will find .5.-. spatehr ? .,
aer ,t. 1t4j'il3ooktwenty.flve JL;"will commence on .Monday next September j received fr6no''Mc8.Bavan.whbhad: 'b/en witit' ik' 't" .rine1pa1OffIet1Q: m4 liau.d. :-l .
:: : 3d "t AI1..17 ';lon'g1rit e lU.r Ja LL Cliftr : elan, 'affords smplgtwras p( the geasins
en ', ". $ Each quaxter-I2 w.eg..a"4r1 i&tes afflicted several year*wjfh Scrofulous Ulcer'Dypepaia&c \. front'aijd pro tectedfroni northeast wlnds;.The 'Y 1 : quality of aflrtleleO..tt snnstS
S aov.-arsrge-s1ssd,parlorp1nta.'. TheI' \Vbell,psThient, .Is "lII44 i sriqyscadaacs; ;, and.recently aii>affection-; */>M* *- eligibly';."*..J"1 '*---- "--1ait1' the liby FEU1flz"BTIBEE S

De&tb1&OEW2eyY niains many portraits; Misses will _, for a periodO1l "kf. the throat and jchwt.f. .,"t"d iKT* *t %iiidfDg flZurs &e...belzigjiew Jo"J\ <, 'cAu23f.cc.i, ; )'f..v"V;II.i' ksoiiI '.E F
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I < Wesley.preAoMijc la,I'rtf 'Amphitheatre". eon- In! each.termi.! at WBowlng nHuifrf.; f"'I.'b "" \ "" .,11 ." .' ofwpod'j41eth te -

: ,taw handM14fIMnk i aBl; ost' on thousand S .Rea4IJul't\w-dtl.o, .;,ArUhmetic* : wd, ;Ortbogrs>-' tt ",<. ';IlaWJ": :,' :,r ttp t. .. \, J ;1 buutizssiy.fo&.thepiupcs, 1 tiivWtth ,/t' i'i'T *?"*<1Wi-?",'' 'A* ot.i ;jifJv''r; 't *'f"
t. (; five hundredJoaaft toe, frav*, America p" 11.ahoy.. *- -- !* .- :.-}.rW 00 I :'Meom AiB:It D.'$isDsrBcfor I commenced ;: the"many MvanUges.eomotaed'UMwe. ,. all subs<3roer.Eaving-'aa'ag| spt.in .the city 0 ddresL-' :r1

.4 Galdedlt11Plldom'Jita\lel7S.gellDe.enJT: y' I. With Geogrsjby and IBstorv 5.00S !using your<&raaparila] 'm/,sufferthgiwere; l almost ''ent proprietress Mrs.:'Jayi4, assures'those potroniilng / .;P1almssina'thaUpited prosecute:promptlj..
:'. / "., Jnr/tod; oo T6Djt3Jpia i4; iih; hnndrod dollars ..' The., "ithvEnglGtammar.} -wd;i.JTfttnr l ,' :past expression}my tbroit\WM completely the. house that:her exertbna will be'to .u tate' for penT
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to engrave. >.9 Bea| Taylwr.and Old \Y1 tq" Scjeneei Included.t /./. V.-.v. .J t. y.lSIq ulcerated I had a dreadful etjugh, and there wen please..' v.Very respectfully,4'4'.* xst pT lo"f'luri 4.1. thO'& o1e'. ar""MdtutMiUb .1IwleskDntggistiZW4

,' ,is one of.:the largest $f, ibe Oefa ral Taylor prints, .. iJX'SEWALL'TU'cIp, t't' frequently weeks together that I could-fcot:speak I : EP WTORSfP : l P.usf n W'.JlR' h.f' ,' ",:;tiii M'TLdJti'
and il enrai-e4.tcoi*' Bj} rinal/palntlng 1 at-a gso-tt :H abov E' ***. Adllro, : J, .utES. YANT :'
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