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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 21, 1850
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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of;f j5werVjat the present time,.iii cpittrast lo dsOmttbwfl -- *f} ,", '. -' ; 70 e S WkieMtie -. ,
fdrbwjng extracts of-a tter,]Y?rilten jiygtaftemui the hoarae fcreathingof Nqrthern iwindsj may 5TJhetatr isplanted npott.a;bed of.ory- sand- ; Iditon.Jq SC?;Tnia >*' aMi ? fcSfrOf IbetlTnAl., adopted 1&cOeion -

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nrin ; 1I j- it[ a tefugcc.IrOmtiat.Rein only rises a little abo'e.the f etterlbcV of ibb 1O g.diti ne4 eWerattar; are, .. -
after,hayine tested beast'doomed to'drag its "sl 16w eblitytiiynu.; *r length along"the *
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FJon'x suhiy We1 as streets This jboweveri1 is;.a 'Very. heret-and theegects fa' T aK&rpotfi e\w rAjfiktM
ocbx2.1yJ8i.Dua ; ) ''fixed-fiis abode;!in decithtlf bha'vedand it is'hotciTen; to flir* has, recent indisp'ositionj.which jrf t &ifiaa- *toiaStrfcCC/ ii 4i56:
: The only opportunity; for | ; ; the invalid's chpfcesttreaV.ani.nature'syaYbred'iSpot lag into people's faces like the dost of north! paralyzed imy energies for States.Wle hd to KUtwwMfeV: ? corarnh'fee'tfho rjjjK> teda'i; nesjorresot4: .7i
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getting this letter oil boaro the next,steamer* ;) .]:i ;;,. ern cities.- It has the.9najityofabsbrbing the; Hiteniled or expected delayed my1-mncbJonger&rt Californla than I and 35 0 of noyjh latts xtendtdc f (fobs TojJ thV'eorjsidefauoHIt i *. __ .. i U ,K-
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' tint I may have occurs wished fithhistimel so-'t, Averyf generaliand ercoheous. idea Pr T. rain aboutaa; fast as it can.falU.and. it falls ,; Bott cannot l on lengtb,4o to&etffe{ ,& .
must 'write, though I. ,!when definUe'J did vails lhenonh, that Florida,is a low lm- pretty fast ftometimes here inFlorida,":ThC to assaUediiperbapsmialed1 gerprrnltthepnbIicnhMi Yiruua i the Rio chanile. !WMfi4 Mrsou'rjconpt mte,demi4.J! the1Qwe(bf'U
write to have something wore mid : : by insi uos ztkmg'Charactetrc1r '
and conseqnencaretbat have' ,
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eay than< I now have,'but mails and post-offices dangerous winter'and in the summer fatal: walking, amd.ziud ianunkbpwnommd.ity..iVbat.iwith natixniiaquirie8, and, izuiend eei'v1iich'iLiotprnrnptly ; bouu*St : fail>3W wn grofe'SI iTUories' I
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here are not to be relied on, and an opportuhUyby -. S the may bears an.annwrcroplike >ieia.orcdrn'Sf ; of fcifiBwftoriei'ttrcS ? .
,is be very ,genera]I .is.thisidea-tbat; ofrjhetbousande ; pine 'pank Bide'ciIks acquiesced in j' r'bold-assertion"--if mis- ? Jadiniiisiott ; .
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'an acquaintance .. afflicted with pulmonary disease'; U.UULlueiriiaiiig 01 suaue. ..wees BUCQ'.aS' the i iresenmtKJn has' : X tEifepar W gowthfio VtK hlta'tfatf t1otaf; t .: -
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neglected. Before \\this, Bother' will!. have who seek amore genial clime,but a'tithfe'find; evergreen bak, the magnolia and ;the'.-prideof bala'uncontradicted. ,. I.therefbrt hat feTi! -Jmay.us.. this .ezptetsioiiyand J ; iji.lJuv'of. CaTifdfrua.* !'v" .
received letter from an' Francisco, informing asser :i :: supplied: ;witli regniaTriins! Le5 -- ', .
my their way.herei..the remainder preferringia; 'India;you caa etabput vtt&Mttli, ahd I dmt not. 'receive in connexion with : : and 1!
ber of r arrival van i probabje! destination. I think } my lB- ai4? its erQwthtin'du; ; tiine5* am&a'-b'f' .
joy long Toyage.fo be W Indie .taf, laderia am inclined to ,tvrould,; after.,a few tieaT-California.'nor have5 at rose .
.:: We proceeded IhunediaUly! to'SaCiamentd or the Mediterranean.'; -J' months'residence; exclaim Withthe. writer 'auVrtime" 5The sapjof the'jllanL"Jfi i f Jfe-r nJvsLIa wOuld'enable; .- .' .
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and from that. place, here, c. .f-f vethl TffgrempTdys:Jpflne.fonwHoB; cf/anl I IoLerte ty" Til &
;City, A. low country-Florida, certainly tut" is inpreeeuc spftfiand rjwwm fl, wheh or'written; from the President of the United.StatesOr woody breig; expended ) .- ,
tbjTproduetioJi
where we bare been for threes.weeks at hard fat from contrasted,with.the tnuddy and .
immense supposed rumr '
"" being tne swamp ddsty any member'ofJiiaCabtito the of its p'q'dswu-sedsintead'of to .
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work! : :, PIn \ mad by many; ibe, breezes ,that, wander"'vamohg line ones-of ti northern city;.; v a 3: _" L subject of slavery or. any,' other subject? -Jtmd the character altec,' hewhoe! .cotoi field oothern tbnvaatibn'proy "

these thyeevee'ks e have not the hills of even ..England are not mbre, ;;free The'.wintet thus far, at Jacksonville,,-has. not attempt to ;influence*'the people 'ofCalifomiaV presents'; mfpnuappearaiice 'the jgTant.seldpm.exceedihff'mjs. aouT <& ;vuct aiuu U9 : 1,
fortune; yet I assure you1 when 1 look.back from miasma, than those that fan he.'up.. been remarkably warn one for that vicinity. to;decide''the question' of slavery feet4nhcfhtwith/* ; laiha\ent to'the' Unipnv art'; ve'lJgj u# .

upon oat long travel 1 fs1 that a great deal lands comprising.. the greater portion 'of "There has been ho frost, and not i day drie way tor the btherVand'any-assehioni; that numerpus. lateraj brahch.ej/'The/crppi iilal selves"* to V fiu'ppprt* the Pre4 wiin uains alV .
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baa been accomplished injgetting here well Florida. sThe feet is,"(and,h should be made but that I have seen flowers of some. sbrt'in:: I did receive i such instructipns or attempt to 'uniform in apearance,1and', ,aiitl Coj itittionaJ mains* far hie oower.to J'v"r prote T' -

and able to commence "the Gaillards"did known as a maiter'of charity'to the; American bloom, plum trees are nflw5n blossom,.(rather epcercise Buch influence is false' Any inzi if.'near!; aU' eadytq be gathered at but the. frbm'v5olenee'f' < n'y-44eowkijowi! .
not remain with; us as I wrote they would, invalid,) that there within thetbounds prematurely is;.feared.) The oleander nations or":insidious inquiries which, are'so same period- It isbesi3esa beautiful plant:/itorii-. : ; / / $$& '; '>. #'*?*

but went South to the San 'Joaquin., Our of his own glorious confederacy jt=favored does not,fear ;to open' its delicate, flower, framed or intended as lo induce the'people to the'cotton"field"in' blossom ,highly ofnaV; 7; Sesohsdjtrh&t we cpifcmn fteVactltnrI

party.was composed of acMr: : Pints, of Or- land",'whose climate can be surpassed bjr-no greenV peas.''are flourishing the: lomaio( .5n {jelieve1 that the President or anymember of mental,"'and the .snow'white --appearance, I oftbe Legislature'tfcgateifi) tecnirif

1e.nsTr. Undinburgerl fonnerly of Talla- other portion earth. That within jour some of the garden*,'plump ahdlripej: ; 'meets hr Cabinet did givevor that. I.could be base when the bowls are'openeJ is if possible Ing the ovenidrtacair riCp ETaion of ** I'
ba$3eHOfl. Louis Aldnch; and Mr. Sanchez ney of hours rather than days there is a land the winter breeze, while"the; wild jessamine enqugbto receive,suchJn8t1uctions I declare still mbre'so."' 2--.t,' -4 i-'fl'1!: people of'the State'in lie V int that:Cali for ., '
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'of Newnaniville, all old acquaintances of the fills the'woods'.with] .With i ala is admiltteJJhto ; ,aj'tf __.* veua_ li f
"myrtle and vine, of the -orange.;and 'fragrance, the o e totally ithout IoinaatiqmHn fact, and the/tli/
but Mr. Pints,) Mr.Gbrin and myself. olive, where skies may rival the Italian, and following Knes apropos,to thesubjectbnt witithit4the'sh do'bf triith.tO nJThe, medium; ze.ofr'tOp1ant.jnakityildiiio ; and'hone.be willnpt for' cneathasburtberf .

We were induced to stop at this place from all that sort of thing. *. It is very true stha| perhaps containing more truth, than poetry beg* leave j to f-call s tbeattention'of- .apndanj,,for jhe.strength is not the/people from their hoinj :1
representations to us/1/and try it before Florida may have unhealthy Localities, as Iwill, close this ''communication ; *< *- *' pubIicto.some factsi whichwill show,whatdonibythlate exhausted,in voodj/p'tiile/ / ,the.uniformity 'them'"with' 'nnnece'ssaz/ :nseV'.iniivnv, i I

proceeding'further. I vrilljtry and give'youpome what state has not? but here.is one fact that A"--_.___ was djninistratibn to 1nv- :of fcr'J the staple! makes admirably-calculated! c/ease thieicitemeut' L t,''TpWi..| <, miad? .
of the kind of work We found it jiJ 'Jt j *#* Tf?%' : .
idea may peak volumes.. While the ,chojera' *Tis & January morning, duce the'people of California to form a State'Gbyernroent.'rr'afrivedai : r /J heSaeetii'/alsoWnij/ ; uppovno
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to be, and Ihe way we \vtiU ret it.be In where was decimating the population of both north With aiky: ofbtearst blae. v- -ri ; SarCFrarieiaco'onIheourtAipf ,'-tTo snow how much*the fruit is infla, nce J L afdejegateLwh'Q.tiocij'8qt ironefag -. I

first place, we found the gild to and south, not a single ,authenticated. case And ft landscape green beneath it, ., June, injlhe steamer.Panama; by climatelind Ipcalhy, t may'-" it *the weU. fVlTirin< IT T CIA *tt < ,Tn''fk -: '
the creek was last season, And where .it will was&nownin All glistening with dew" *&V* .did I'see .
East Florida. The yellow we did;not stop at Monterey; por orhpli.any know rfact-tliat the'tfpraiid fcoifo/i eei,
be next, the only water being in a few holes, fever,that scourge of the south,;is here'1 so ''.-The"* broad-' -:St.'"'3 John'"?>!la: J'tf glowing tif ttf, ; ;.'cumjnunicatjori:..whh' fGe"riRileyr; irOkVaW./1 jttVi? 'secoastr"andto..it.Isou -' ; Vi'

all or which happened to be at too great a seldom a visitor as to be scarcely dreaded. 'With the rtorning'a golden tlnge '.-- biStm until abpu{ the middle sfhat 'month'wnett A'of latitude-300'f changes'in ftro years --i---14'W

distance from the spot we judged richest to The peninsula, washed o4 one side bythe where ezteadtbe shadow' 'I, he/cainefqSari FraiicJsccr. Hi&prockmaitioft tiine W:the;blacked nd loag staple l Van'dso
carry our earth to, Perhaps .1 should have waves of the Atlantic, on the other by the Of ita 'stately* forest fringe. ; 'cnlHng>a Conrcntiofl..Of-sthft'people: of vice versa : ". .1;< '- v -
commenced by staling1 that the gold ispbtained waters of the.Guff, derives.itsL delicJoeli- ". 'L eW1DdIRO1StTOC6UOR" -12= rli1t.-iSii -'. i--T, California to form'a State constitution is da r "South*!->'it'i'i. r !- v"H : .4 ,*. 1A. remarkable marine mi.sterwaseejiby _* I
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by washing the earth; in pans and mate more from its peculiar position than its Are "tremulous with song'f51? *** -" ted at Monterey -pne hundred andthirty effortpfjiatqre.of IaUtude,30 tQ'mafce'wooa', ;the.a constant Capt. BIankersbJp, of ( ,. gFjr ?

toachines, called cradles, ini separating the southerly latitude-fanned. by the cool, sea And with fragrance richly uden .7 > f i-. inifes from San Francsco- -the third of J une! of f ruit 7and 'the fanta expense and.hspasengem .
gold from the sandand pebbles by a sieve. winds, it experiences not the oppressive summer The,winds that sweep along., ;. The!last paragraph""In"this proclamation'istn'the sometimes, ; jp becojnJ 'pe.reruual, Steamer fCharleMoul>Hbk&.city.;, Wbea -
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a jstaple :
with ;V& decreasing so as
Just imagine a common clt iTs cradle, it heats qf more northerly latitudes, while The violet is peering ., ,,, .. following wdfdrrf 54. > ? to befitted' for'onlytbe more/u'eUcate tex the- steamer .yraSV.comirjs|ldjrnJPprt; : Royal .
a box 'in one'end for bpldinthe earth as the same causes that render summer endurable c tThe tuftings gfKn among; .! "Tbi method here indicated to'altaln'whatis 1ure.. Sound,'at about sixP Wlf*iiSandayV.Bome' '
is dog, On this the water 'is poured while are continually tempering the breezes of :And Tine-wreathed trees are gaily'j' all viz a'more six or seven miles inside ttwifer, se'reralob- hi-tl
'which With floral jewels hung. .. < < desired by perfect political s ."Forthis .reason -the."A'tnericanUpland j ;
:'the cradle is rocked, process everything winter. South of Cape Canaveral the. most jcds. descried abo'uypi jnilfr,distant, "
deemed the direct and
is carried btlow but the large pebbles delicate fruits and flowers of the tropic flour Bright plumige,brighter flowers,. .. safe organization that can,be is.adopted ,,arid most one fully' "authorized Cotton peed fear-no rival, within the tropics, which were at first supposed to be flockbt .
and stones. The gold with the earth is then.again ish in perfection. The pine apple is said to Blent with the foliage seem, .. law"' foisr;the'Vourse'ad vised itherinthe: : VestlndiesthO Brazils,' -orIndia. ducks. An examinatioo;wthi? gfasshow.' .
in and carefully Instead visions real by ., It is true that Egypt; lies Lnotth./of.
washed pans sepa equal that of the Bahamas, while the orange of ever, revealed several Jumvj-ior .eleyatlbris, -
the President and Secretaries of
rated.. From this you will form;some idea in all its- varieties, the banana ,and other But as a winter's dream. '' -, State by and of War of by the'UnTted< States and 30 ; but.thatopart of.Africa'.beingion; the which had undulatoryi.pr changirig motion '
of the of water, vvhi.ct we found choice fruits of those" western'side of;.that hemisphere,'the climate The l .
importance are equarto any grown Indeed the scene around is- is calculated to.avoid the in'nuraerable evils ;- steamer .was. ajf .directed'.to- i
so.scarce; and not beig able to do without "within the tropic. Indeed, the orange and In the beautiful, the grand which must necessarily result/from at corresponds: with 20 on_ Ihe eastern' side wards this objec ,' hichjchptg):
:it, we determined to dig for it. fig may be grown in any portion of the states May rie with those which fancy is any It seems now, to be 'admitted,* that from the ofyland separating BwiScrt.! ftouoa4 .
local It -
illegal legislation' ,:there .
The whole party accordingly st to work, Notwithstanding her soubriquet the "landof Explores in fairy land. fore tempt of peculiarity of climate and. position;;;.there' is Riverrb.. \raler, wa i

and after a. card day's .la or succeeded in flowers," I think that the magnificent trees W.K.C., the ,people hoped of it'willtheet--tbapprobzItion California. and that all good no country''the globe. tna t can L rival,or steamer went oni that itwj' fpund necessary
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getting it. It soon failed, Inwcver, and we are the most striking characteristic; flowers Great Union Meeting In'Baltimore. citizens will unite in carrying itfintp.execu-* supersede, th Stales in this'valuable far.cast the lead; but wh wEthinfortyor :
were forced 'to.dig three< other holes before you will find of gorgeous hue springing from ion production, unless it; be Wie'British'1 possessions fifty feet Qfjhejnonsteri ; esounding'.wss .

we could get enough to use.*' So Jar it was the lowlands, wreathing the vine-mantled An immense mass meeting was held in ; ,in Australia; and the rdistance is jtoo fourjathopaa.; While in nposthouapt -

;necessary that we should alft work together, groves, and filling the impervious hammock Monument Square, Baltimore, on Monday The steamer in which I was a passenger great, if the it same, article; could be produced Blankership ,and..hispase4nrs hadaveryif ,
the rocks being very bea'rynd unwieldy.- with fragrance. Yon will also find them the : toSanj'rjncisco.wasihe first conveyance to. to transport to the:European ,market in good'iyiew1 of the creaturaappeajance $ose,size andpiresomeof
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None of us being accustomed, to Stork, we among the flowering trees, the queen :of evening 4th.instn give expression to carry to'the people of, California the intelli preference to ether articles produced in'lhOae were srfchtf athe. -

were all of course considerably used up.- which is the Magnolia, but the trees,mighty the sentiment of unalterable devotion rto gence of the inauguration of President Taylor countries It seems to be, the'peculiar" 'gift." .passengers with aarm4npprebenzinn

.One of the party returned to'.the 'city in disgust looming monarchs of the Piney woods, moss- the Uni n" entertained by the people of that and the appointment of his Cabinet -so that of Providence to"this favored land.At .Tbe'monster.vaslvingin t Se arc of;a"circle .

after the first day. My hands were festooned, incomparable pillars of the cypress city The meeUng described in the Balti. at the date,of 'GenVRileys: | ,|he via'* ,by a gentle t# -
covered with blisters from handling spades swamp, have nowhere their equals.. It is by one of the was not possible that he coujd' have,received "of' overprOductiOn; there. i "botrever," onwariraotion. kNqeye4.uth\we.; *
and pick-axes, but are now inbeaktiful order no means an uncommon occurrence to' find more Sun as having been .iaig stand any communication'from the present Administration more danger in a deficiency' supply> ,'5JriB. visible, as.the heal.waa wft>blevated ;?bnt '
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aid spaded, most enthusiastic gatherings that has : The President 'of the UniteM'States .. continucsV : .. & tbebesiI..itsef1
for- working. So we. picked, the cypress from 30 to 40 feet in circumference. -{ T 'whicb'aje4e4Wbeflat. .
and washed, and at the end 6f the week di- I have looked upon magnificent ever taken place in Baltimore. Notwithstanding to whom he refers was Mr. Polk, the '''As'to! the iricrease'of'production,'' 5t1cah tene8tatedie'eftfeetfonga1d>

Tided out to each man the rtcat little sum of scenery, have seen in my own lands blue the inclemency* of :ihe ''weather, Secretary of State Mr; Buchanan, the Secretary not be as rapid as heretofore; the easily cultivated : f root six fo seven,feet 'idi.rom; the head I

two dollars and ten cents per djem.! We mountains, losing their crests in the clouds, of -Were in of War Mr.Marcy, It was in accordance uplands of the cotton States having for,.a'distance of' some.thi eet, the,body
then ,divided ourselves inlopartic of two, but. I never felt that peculiar sensation, an Immense concourse persons with the recommendations this proclamation been pretty 'generally occupied, and a large 'depressed beneath; tlfi ;ftbitejr; --but ;at .

Mr. Gorin and myself composing one.- which solemn grandeur,-has upon the* soul, attendance, who manifested the most profound sustained''as' they arc in' President portion of them worn out. But there arc this.distance a hump'.orjd tion .appeared.

Our profits for the nest week \\ere seven more fully than in the. midst of a cypress interest in the proceedings. His Folk's last annual message,: thai thf still large boJies'of lowland 'West of the and another' 25 feet; from* .pejlasU, .A.'dii-

dollars and fifty cents per day each, and for swamp, whither I had penetrated by thetor honor the Mayor presided on the occasion, people of California.acted in .forming.their Missisjppi Red viier, &c., capable of being tinctly round appearance obseryeaaad ?.l 11
the last week eight. This, you. see, indicates tuous windings of a-narrow creek, deep and State constitution'. I always addressed, the brought into cultivation. CotoO'at'tvrelie die greatest diameter in.stated at some seven

some improvement; yet I consider that calm asa river.. A dark,-water paved 'hall assisted by fifty.eiht.ice-President among people of.California in/my/ pnvate'cb.racter, cents, is >.better. crop than sogar'arsii pH[eight feeU 'The boaljapjiroached ifie ,

I have gained more in experience than the it was, with the -mighty trees ;standing in whom we recognize .rna y of the most'promninent aad never'assumed any; official position and, conseque tly-the rise in price -will tend monster in.such.a manner as pearly tpform.a :

whole-amount gained would be worth tome firm-rolumns ,on either side, and a dense citizens Df both political parties. among them.-' ''Interested sl am in slave to check'"the estabirshmentrof sugar planta chord to the, arc described j(>yjt, which circumstance -

obtained in any other way. All the wall of shrubbery filling .upi, the interstices 'The following are the resolutions passed labori as a Georgian,and a'Southern citizen, tions. Nothing/can'/ surpass the comfort and gave a good stan4art| judgment .
knowledge worth having of ibis business a verdant relief to those gray/.columns. the I was prepared to expect that the objects of advantages of a well jegnlated 'cotton plantation as.to its;length. ;The concurrent testimony
mutt be obtained by digging. Some of our When at meridian only:would the sun on occasion: my mission\vonld be perverted'in North; in Georgia,' Alabama,'and Mississippi; on this point is, that, it( wiss3jto| |,Jess than '

party leave to-morrow for San Francisco, gild the dark water with its.,rays, and the lRfsolveiLl That, we cherish' a profoundveneration' and. I*find ao rdingly1 that 'daring the last The labor is light healthy,-and does not oc 120 feet long: and probably; noi, mqre ;thaa -
intending to spend the winter there. For only.things.animated nature tot be seen in for the' Union as the inestimable fall elections in that quarter I-was there'represented cupy the time so entireljras' prevent,th 1 40 feeL. \The noise.lu yArresting the

myself, i am not in the least discouraged or this solitude, were the lazy.'water fowls and legacy of''revolutionary' fathers, by'J whose ,as a 'Southern slaveholder: sent,to planter from raising an abundance of ,pfovi motion.of the.boat,.or the fa
disappointed. True, I have worked very a sleeping alligator.As .. wisdom; and patriotism it was formed, and California toindoctrinate.the people in-my sions for thesustenanceof: Jhia'iieppleyand caused, be 6erpentbr: wh efjpr.jj mustte .-

hard, and made little, yet after a sober, careful : yetjflorida is almost a primitive state, that.whatever, grievances may* exist in any opinions abput'jBlavery 'Thisi was 'abase even ',for i providing*theni. clothing.-!, ':Toe called) to .lower,itself in.tl rtr'er'ind'dis ri1

view of the whole mailer, I am convinced with'an area of an empire. She has not a part. of the country,. there are "none" that falsehood}Ju.t*it' is not b so'base asan; planter, generally:, lives.in.the'midst: of his appear.,-.Before- thiat ajg ck tpa&othe.

'that 1 can succeed, and that sooner or later population .e<}ual to.many of our; cities.- would justify disunion,, and none, that disunion attempt to-impress'bn'the public mind that Iwas people"and .ees4t&aL.their'-wants; ) j.and, body was.easily-' ,:seen ,-ana examined tbd '

I'irill.< "Faint. heart never won," is my tier cities are villages, her.villages, hamlets, would make'better." /. sent to coerce influence/California' to whatever:'may'beisaid 6r thought bjrthosjE .most of ijt, depressed a.littf b owj th r far- 4

motto here. JMessrs.-Aldrich. and Sanchez; and of her Post-Offices some known in the red r Resolved, That the'questions pertaining to excludefilayy. i .4 '. who are not personally.acquainted with their face. > disappearance,' pe Jntire/Iejgth

will remain with us, \\> ,intend to build a book under some sounding name, are but lone the control, regulation and disposal of slavery : l.... ,-- -i. 1:, situation,.theyar8"atappy'ind'Contented; descending oncei'cansedq'f: wasJiTet ripple $.
decide tRtliin the.States, eminently belong'only to with strong mutual attachment between on, the-surfac& ,ThexXteajji? iow tefttbe
race,
(comfortable cabin so soon as we upon houses on some plantation clearing.- To the Thomas Paine was born inThsiforEngland '
winter. '|Mr. G. stands the Stat 3 themselves ; that interference, ? them arid the master's familyJiH *-, spot, hut,the cfeature yras a flS& .
the is
-. tbPpot to spend pilgrim from the north- Jacksonville the in 1737 rof a .Quaker./father 'and a' & -
our rough life manfully, though he is alto- first point of approach,' here,' unless, having with these functions, either with the Federal Church-of-Englandf-/mother./ ,*Hei-.paya he -; _r rl ; -- -V of .
unaccustomed to it. Irkndw that he in view he tarries Government, or..by the Slates actingbeyondtheir 'He The IlorldaiXndlait' tr f
"gether a definite object mature was an infidel from his seventht year:: ',', .
own jurisdictions has .the, eflectito 5. J J ;
will never employ we as cook when we get a plan of operation, perhaps to spend the weaken bonds'of the'tlnion, as both are was twice'marriedhis first wife'died1'within Lpcofocpism Jii.Florida/.hag/, nntil ,beeu'aldt g1 th rn fr ..thi.li tunpny -

.home, but the East Florida boys and myself winter: Thnextstage isPicolata, where unconstitutional and ah offensive""exercise of a yearj thesecond parte&lrom, biro,,. yeyepon within a-few.weeks past, most/patriotically, ofeyeral.'person .oboa.Y'canld
were raised on hard knocks, you know, and the boats land passengers* to, cross .over, to after,marriage; .He tried"several different -Lmpsl blusteringly busy in blaminffth"eAdministration.for adJedjhat the color aa :

., all l that-we ask'is a rich mine, and. agood; Augustine by.land; a distance' of about sixteen power Resolved; J That the aggressive V legislation- > pursuits -but.was successful in any; not.exnellirtg'.fhe.Indiais"; ps in' eepdossybfown JB ,in,wh tipasseuer ..

appetite; When the water rises 'we expect miles; the next stage ..will be Paiatka, in relation to so in 1774 he.rnigrated"to this 'country'Hespori Floriday foreepf.arms..Gen.Taylor ,in thought be;detected a Uietbumg : -
of the Northern States
to do better, and be more pleasant/! situa- 75* milesabove, JackthnvUe,,.on, the St. of some of slavesaild their plunged into the midst;of;the 'Ke'yolutionary particular, who-might be supposed\to.kn6w| like a dps1ateTcoIpr. .4 .

'ted. We are now located one and a half Johns::; :.From.this point,jou,.may diverge, the recapture:of fugitive institution- With "which ferrnenVand rendered gnal!/service something' about Florida Indians than .
p miles from our work, iiia beautiful Valley towards Tampa ;on the -gulf shore, taking denunciations an to the American-cause' by his paraphletsven-' Locofpcp editors'there.bas been'inost foully -: "
of interference have StteofflcUton&344 Io't' -
/!Inoetc0Ipktelyurroufldedly! mountains,' Ocala ndotberftouri4ing settlements they have' no right of alienation which, ..shouldand'would produced titjed 'Cprnmpn Sense'y'and ne/'Criw/ ,'the -majigriea becanse lie hainpt sen i arforcein.; -

.f and occopiea By.about three hundred ers* a half dozen bouses or so on the route, by approved ;spirit ,rfatthfnl1 observance latter i issued at intervals thdtihoutth&YvVar.i iIn'1780 'to the"couritry'adequatetoi\ci4rryf fireVand, .
Every mornine we take our way over the method oftravelling hqrs back:/ be removed' by'a : he went to'FraeithVol Lau- sword into'aU the waste Vplacfes//;iesorted? to'bvthieu missionary society, which;$&? lent) Iwiftolafeanftefieldbr'Caifo

mountain together, and return,to our tents ip ,From-faiauca-you may.aiso conunuevnp A of'the'principle* of the original compact -. tens, who was lent outto; negotiate' a>)Joan;' natives.,."..Particularly greaY'ihJibe Mha B is
,
the evening .. .,' J\ the SU Johns; 125 miles farther to Enterprise,' and that it was in consbtutionThat viewjoi sucn possile' the- returning twitfc him.next year;'nea jrejjousIy tis'ofFonda LOooCbisfl! %VasVCcardnaL how krigaged W y

."I bare neither.the itimej. paJHtbe requisite situated Jake Monroe; ThisVplacef in infractions' the ctionaldiiionsau&tneabieqmnrymefl been-aSecretary.. Congress,: and sfnoTGen Taylpf Jn'noVcalling/irito service. :Cbapl pn- :\tof ean'tifu r

.information to give you aj coad .idea"of the ppint'of climate,probably the b stfor1the j Father of'his 'cpuhtry/foreboded/ 'Iinst was'&smnseel for $ioltjng1h' secrets-con- abundaqtre m6njs p prld llltii which Mrrero'SsljT'oflercd By.Chri S S.T&bCfaurcK'wonW 'i

countryf having seen very ljule oit, Most invalid,of any In Florida.It'Js';also}easy Ihem"V' ,. "fc*.:< .--< \ ? Med to- him as'rsnchbut;; he VW fairly*paid .gmqsmightbe-struqg jilorijf the country > .
of what 1 cave seen.js'poorand mdnntaboos. of access; here ke winds'are ij.nknown..rThe ? of #/ in one way or'another:for his Re volutumary, {( acting,!apdtJjianting;'aMp uyVrVtheir ra buldb ;eapabl.e;>: Tt6>'
; ; the
In. every; direction,the eye'..turns river,widening'intoa', Beautiful- lake, $ tizazlmatn: :disposal the questionsui.o limits wriuojcsi a"Aftei thfe Pe hawenttoEn- ti nanya7/ .mosCpat ptiCally all'at the fiuodifei 4 yrorshrppers',. -K..lZ'Uiw'ii.4..C'f '

from oar camp, it ieU on'lofy| hills and.Toogh presents'a fine field for:*ithose fond ofr pisca a ci/i'&iryMiJ-1'or.iittoull the constitutional of land: where be was p4ecitstUorBeaItt9US expense,.ofiTJncle Sa'm od >atrJfeoldfcH has/aTSo b'een tuiltC and'* .
itbat there is a'large !any State whatever may r e ALtbe.rerusai fp1(36nTajl6spendJBpme : cott i eTfofthYuser of the
crags. I bave heajd ; tory sports, .'among; the trout, ,'bassi mullet that : '
portion of the country fertile. 31 lean and perch The forests,-also, abound I/with! power of' the Federal Government power with :ho wascbbsena mbofth'Nat10tt; fear| inlltfons jii tnil iray -alburnt ThepoiyVoi.1 San Franeisc .1

find it rich'with gold few One}r&ijit.will( game; and the hunter, may sometimes select should only be:exercise harmony and in Assembly;Wenc profecutedjbyrthr-Teerorv i'fiirM V, nJ'a rAf nrtJift'i'nli'sTtatioii.WsK. -IMisaionafy calculates' ;!now a -
interests of-the ? a inhabitank '
..satisfy me. .L-: < T'jl'i'r: the.fatted deer from a herd1 of, fiftyi'.within' the various Ossible, cal country ulated to'con isle, imprsoedad 'etedLiT) td 'thrOigh alF'tbe vemnof Lo ooc isi ,----t.- *; f ah,_ _tbpngh: -t.S .-
V4 obtained few years since a Jfew.york range of his rifle. .' At present, in Florida,jt manner as far as' eratedonha fall'oobespr6 be linger throughout Florida Taylor: wai Benbohcedlbecause .
the :
ciliate.all p'artiea, and to prese'ryeat same ?1TI tihlI8O,2 trobns into the count'dtifth'e altentiwalsoawakene4 dj* thsibject
paper ia which I saw that Ssainoles are now frequently behooves the traveller seen time 6f -the'consti. d i p vettftnd.obs'Jity at he sent regular i 'Ctryjrbecaiise'hediu'Hofscali f felfewi\2**r'f lfl' '1*" .
the'original compromises' 6
it'b3d bun 'eJ
:
j? gam fightiogt Jtma4eeneof us feel for re quarters advance-sOLlitl are the act' tutionM f.< '- .". ..-. *jf* f Jo'Jlwtrfp when Mr*3efiersbiiT thehWesid vessI3AomflaL fe,* rGfeat iifo-rf erf-'md'6UtaH< iser., ,
4''$ time sorry that wewere not ther ." TJearthey commodatidpcTforguests adequate W the dem'and brotight to tHia.uutry.iulN&ti0 r- 'tt-i tt.tif r.'vr -i-iiA r'i>._li3Th'eTiihadbeerfrefiorUi '
-: will prove:tronblesoni :before they aryzLiii althpugh'that !etha d'is byvno,means ThatriioreV effectnalpiioTistpnV ; !, W51Ot4 tb ';-A '

'conquered.: .Envrjup'J?, % ; an extensive one: It is Jo be bopedj boweverr oghtto"-bemadoblaW""*" *" "'" for thtfresteratipriVspnsbptirid $ t.1 brjekta riaryt t _Ild'
ind p'semceorlabor cOTgregaaoff t
of that this state; things will j 1cntjut Ion Hisreceptio3Mersonwas: : n'ptucaS GifHna< *
Sacrarnei& w1thett
'. < jnra t s5pported at i Cfty, -
may escape >
:m1'anyDelate-wno uotaii: viutti.eiiei er
New pjiteiii, Feb. 16. and,it will not wbert thepublicshall/bay.e: other StaMi PfTerfitpry'6f the/Union/in/ iflhiisowriiPttiOfl nemeneuu tIuuub. thngWtipflinan iwpulatiah?6f'aVfcijiilKH ?
any AUBWCIfersoniitt u *"ula'1 -
found what shrewd he formerjyf'on-'tnesiueoi Knew
wrfttevas
jL tremehdons conflagratiba broke out thismornuw'aaoitlyft FJprida1&/and speculators of:the tequirementsjof we onsttutidfl oratleastfewen Sther&wUIdbe
pursuance ritirigsiwerejiff/lo/ ge'r aV/'a/ mfl
wbe're' cao'jhmf vto ah .Immense' hisj. Vet wpiFlbrida
trudnfehtj b.ieh ;des see they ; ' bth&Ungs
/ -"' '- *>J i-' needfid a
t / CrHe ih'e ffiktonn'uridWd
4 ho ; itTantt 'he .
longer orldnfljf
because ;-
advantage.With v,, seized,jpeihags :
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d Tnearly iwentybiii0ngs': ;on' CampttrwCwd # .1 .. > 'feffice MlaMfcer -
.troy e ; but juifu* i v -- uTnbt coypHmetted"witb; ; per .
; rMjln, BnJ| > They hotel- many it'Jacksonville boarding.bbusestbereis this is 'ihe' JacknvIlW 1rnibe'paWot smi8nd? > intelKgenfe bJ Utf8"otf b1iSXn1eH BafrtW ta4ttaJIV j .aou't.o the pmThln' tt .

; ltFer mostly l *toreir b4O 1 the Piy. Hotel, ptflvelIkept byMessrWflin aiigfeW'of''par wtintry and'wehOpji, ;Vofse)diVnotIoWit-r4 h lingered// in'com'paratiVeVpbswrity tt asnd dollafulir(eretutconce lenenyTb&rcstzlt t RtSnHLid&i tfl'- _

Jt Boeiis: among tbott' deStiYfld very It lou e n.Cox wb6 afe probably jtb'e enterprietngpioneerflxfabo6tof. -. andhil; hftitthlih.bQdVlwflUstttlefilIdistrs. of fa1rdhonorable iiOjme tiipe tk1 Rhiibiv4ari'xight UT. .& 1* tt31-.JJ > rI Jt;! J3 ? A; : .
otto ew.Rcckullewlrch'onr If eedilO .
v .>'rnine1'hosts''?, ,1iLJQUN,, aNLwi.-je,1 in
; I
cothpr 'tnhse 1Z1 1ad hintlre ,pmnderf fOrast ifi tb1ie arjiii & -
1 whoatwme future day;; will' la/'claim .to State given
to1Z1nsure44thI1cltaT '. j bIed. aTburi po1it and.w. '
the patronage of pnMic.tbrough.ialahd ',
f : ia r/v
S. '
: ehalf &f -
.- ,. flori4 In"the Vay. accomraodationSt -Our oeour4rye n the, d ( n'WthdtiitFb1 jchoonerssuitable,tocthto&tI the -

', --. qDissoirTjw- ; JJ oy i-fl% 'Shaidewcf iigtisfinehas! :: :'now e- pfef renceif.bjrt Jseemsto thrdbftt'dr f |h Umofl,1t atNwBOheUe4thta bone? wera. dwgr opMV'.f lfat'tthfphthmaJ ; .

.,$tevnaja *>tterfr 1)y >iflgtph> au ..be,a general opi ontatmprein shonidhe putie pzrdi by : ar .
counsels of anmenWapl4geour.defenee. id1and echO'of
dusolT* excited an casiox&f v -. (
restUmtn toj&ontwg&in7 y4 we land, localities are' better tIorjbe to -'
,
: & Union fcere every da\vboi ; ; iatat1en1-oa! ; ca a4veutur.e.weqf tbepnty reward; 'asent some lost huntsnwi; 3*MUtbaT&lefVdfth iormj ditiuawIU thQ ,'j-
i :ft .foHowiftg night a )!ne tminjn4.itigjt .atrthd '. uplJ of 5-chweiBiit7ithereTIf-jnor8; ; imajina r : --
>
.. j jT. *.vjl _*__iTb b sjjdTeinentiooea'piwt : *r &* ,,. : : ma>'Pame. N4J Z>T&ttn '"2* jt" -< dame of thtswkuiliThTat oOamtt f
? llhH:>rtf.fkif $jfXalljf
l tfjll' ta fff thererwiUbot1&B
?
bank j j id'4Wtbp3cGocqs
JacksonvUl situat&Tpn of theToutWau41 < *!*: J -'" .'i.vT t--iH i-Ji rt firu.. :. thT4IOoanizejpr.th w-wsr-c jr -"--* iV'Sft
..- : s Iron,4u, K teThtes
_: __._ nt/.ines lw* _
Sftfatnsip f;%of onC-ihdoi. th $rliicD fethe hijiWednIeda DW,4.Cl15e.uite. a wJIwif -* _
St-Loui, ,ll 5uViican k.-rmt&n5CT; b3r5 44tb4'O1 tiSt&j&j&frf!&&& &. epthtd u tieIast tet-.t'hem .wait *hIIedIoe'b sfe 1 fe-iTfreatrft.At s. -
m Aro
.l i4 m
>w ntiin4ication4r emVaiton to sand; As.3rqaapproachJV fMyb:
Vffpp pa ; 'i:'
th $Wyiiear'.tncr > : | cent de8to>yedbynr ,'i
lainthrill lyictn $'&:r6fPj h :
ro the
;- be Dually ; oWpe. nwhnoA'JfZipdWittifH$ ait-l'S -

I- a4 Urye, If hot greater UaaT,0ie emigration SnflV ruwlfiBprray iuueera.oe4fl 1 ir bedTt tt$, .', J.. -. .',-, -tsps,. ataa. J.k. *i-t-r fi- .'i* Itv -
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..- Ifom the Wud.ifion Republic.nirrfre&stcr. b & : offta5nfl4itS &- : ,
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nder avjtic1tcfWe4 5 ,
te rhavingeeThth5 UUe&-Attt.1 .
WbeVlhe bo Jyitm called toorferattwejve a ndio1 ... '- : 4t. t ; ) itt we're the ,
| ? in 4''Y lday4cbIS5O & cordIhuxmTn&.Jlt9 otlie ; uppn yljs\. | uu&g# .;
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if f[ a SsticaUy.a4opte
o'clock, thtris waafepnie conversation Iini6oy ''
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Jn regird'tbjfugitiye.BTa'vesiwas ) NrWe1ter -- : : '- stein :wliether dr not .we\nferiy ofyifegates. t preet tern
) ,. in;regard'to lbe.jfcppiciy' in itlnjror; per : :i ': : tto ayttnat lectn heponofl atdtionofthe Houre3i. .
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..Sseatson!thth of ppinion lhalibn thiscore the- South t ejbaracter bf.pltra>sn-r BbTiberallV allow anasontnenrjrjoniji m the SOuthern,-Con rr:,. .5- ':
h substantial iause' or ctnnplaipl aTJd ihat : '- iiever had buhat n.1- .
e wiio'us, any
: 'tbgetmeuTfom.the t be, North "had doe,*rdng41The, ni&n.at0r ; -_ -fet'iii'j3-L'-'j.-iiyi.: .: :wiff.W Veip; >;itoJ4W aMjavb"gibe'e6largely muflee ksChst1Ie'&oIatr .
whole: matter ConsJtnfl ck1vinjA.5b3V i.
.flaally Betllcurtn Mr. Bancroft advised Gen was ti ion had made, distinct provision'On QPK1S i espcctA11j pesentrfimto tbe-voor1 k4 iwu? nv bgreat yUblic-Xquestipjiaa, buurWS1TTe- S 4tpoii1vtih"

"Kearney.,to xegarjfc & California-pa the'bas .ectr-and j in honor andMuslice; the ROrth' fhe 'District"fcs a.candfdaU' fof thoffrSj. ( Jrlfu.WelJster.has herepisented.kfthe cpun* efoM l i :! a'ittiai&tQTiilllet ,

d the CriyDSJiiJefcJ.5 4* was thought best .wtre; .bound to fulfil all their constitutional lajirjCteneril'of Owll P1'1SIOA FlbrtcW Miiitii, t.ry"JyHVanyoiher.;; 'feelings!than admiration otl Satu&jf the ,sixteenth *'z
obligations. The State vu&i tr the. .. Sfosaeiu. atoighf r ;
had Vacant mi.o
lheeJt' i Legislatures no *; ttGoti ., r J- w** vct v* f* v JMnMranXstthmlited. "
not lodiaturb ? cR and
ladie Bn4J5ejijUrbea continued arrangements, right to pass any:laws nfany..manner'confiicting .tatet f lac ,en tbeFItt -an yO.1arcb, f! $ettijf eVft*? ':
possession
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) with- the f duties oi'fHSt&!es under, '' IthVher: ci f Kf 51 ? uqa wascowal I v ap woved by AtmeeTOfr*
of the.jaces.WhictthC7! iaJ seen eo fortunate -
the ..ConBtitn'tionaiwrhe'was.. 'ready and emt'bbi'f te i bas o'cloik haVday By, theectig1O1. .thi'1o1I. yv7p
us to secure;.. Wb. n, these matters batLtoirtesy- : ., p : .t '
.bee arringed'Mf ViW M1' a illing to second, and eustain aU: iiecesary SPEECH : Oputiofl : offensively; an3when; ; h.e reaches JAMES; JfrJv DANIELf.as 'Cnainnan and J4IcRoBnTiiiArROic4zfftz?,ELUZ*

and consid era tiowhltb deserve favourable.mention and proper lepslatibn by-Congress carry the true gfdundVof>the1presen.f.cbntroyersyt! Bi.tTcntf cuK lLaYGnoAp9LEr rCpopxjt

I ; sugge6li jthat J e wouldBot"jDtet. but the.'prpy isions' "v'of-7-' the k Cpnatitutlba'on, Wsia1lptzb1is1i Jonr hett1hefcrcib1e, be marks Wa-'ynijv BOclearly,,anl tread* so ) l 4, the and Op Jrtif i BsowAttirdttmo ,- .

*fere with'the eCbti9n$.that haSTbeen exT t his bject T" remarks W"MrfCABKt wthe* House of-BeX -: 1tIllypikhe:;plain track bf.jihe.Cbfistifution iar''iitutlo on flib ls S v. :' ,
theo'ns of his remarka Webster *. : andplages of Ubfe 'Governmentthat the"
) Mr.f !J.\'J 'i t-r rA'Tit..Xl-
cit bythe annpjatwenienubat Mr, Webster "illuded to 'the Nashville Cphventlop, ifflculty'3toagree'but! dujagree vzhbirnWithIichapirit j (* baoccasioneit1'nor X'Tfci4 K-ttlni; tH.m Bf> '. .c
tnrned sb1eik.4.f .' .
'was tq.speak, an3 odwae.bc1aiuth! r arVB aaor'l '
and to the idea of "peaceful secession,? or a eunmtyla :{ aMv.3yebsjer.' a impartial naiIuiwbIch"bsjsisJ"' -fcv-
bt
in. > *-' peaceful 'dissolutionrof: the Union /This week The fuUreport has just o fQIlil h jow15-it'n ,jonger.: eems iropossible i bWF llx .T-- *-n"-j rv-v: "i ifee'of'isi'xwa9aipmnted "Sc the d.ib.rMfla u f iM& moetZ4 ; a1i&Mo11 '
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The1/.3elieac'y and <
/ elf.Teppect portion of his speech vas'marked, we think; -' Thehis sectional;tcpftteftt>t9) a closeV"an2 y; tbe Chair t< irafi4eport ,
I : y ,4'
which Induced the:.1Sei\ator to 'postpone the with a.rhetoric,as r felicitous,;adorns'the ,- .. : ,P '4- ye-feel nofot tbefirst.tiqi 1 since-I COngess r rift Pfe bWand/RI blntidn( pyeseivepfiheytews"aSl ,. .'.

conclusion: bis own speech* under thesecircuusiances most elaborate:of his speeches,1 and It waS ze a hopehatit may be-poadjuted ; feelingfbf thdeitizehiip.l '

; were; felt and acknowledged thrown offapparently'as .freely.as rf from it .. .-;; .. :: ou'ntf61'Dnvt themamentotis 1 ,.. .iki.11 "t. '

by'a murmur: of:approbation* th'aV pervaded tbe"flint when Blrnct b1th stel. 'Spark -. 'The o ecdiu'd'th ..mbeting.bebt'eonSaturdaf1ast ..- > f .- ,&T'--. question which.ttiey'tfere i Ie4tcf consider? S ..AOMifBc;?jp< : thehoeiai Ie. : : ?' S fuidier motion of;the:Honorable Felix tSd of
.t Upon > pMeeedioM u ttatt>f ,
> after'spark, flash after flash, it warmed and ftnfavo of the uhYflI -: t'
.-Mrf"Webster tbejn anJ.-'wlth suitable'reference S r Lfvihg (bA :thqvChaIrmai pf heMeetrng big;and thatbeb1flIabi(*copies e/, lie procrixAUMt '
thrilled Jhe breast of liste'ner, Cll! when J. :Xhe Floridiaa and o5ssckejij'g!
,to'jthis afVof:courtesy, embarked I every '' cventio-' ; befr'6tfe "reader, glje : 'wds'ailded' tp the;Committee a$ ..Cbairmarftherebfr ceedings for ote ,.. 5.. -n S
-
he closed ihe:'pentupenthiisiasm of the I' : ovefa' tike'n '
from
at once"on"the current of the great&ubject of audience j manifesledVitself round of meeting'was'.respectable' rnnurnbeaharacteriand .5. i<-paragraph's, %vTi-i i. Ar- tte'RipzSlithnj'I :The Commltteejwas then arranged 9% motlo t1e t g'tbeaadjnet ,

the day-arid for j ihrce hours enchained that the could applause ; i-s.displayed-at V.V.its close* a-'degree--i" contammgra. !- 'few.of' .' .our unyasbeaBpCUatiofls'Mb --f- itolldw"to;\ylt:'James M/Danlelr'Fe JitLijiisionsitmu'el51 : tine diesjtf ** ,* i ./-c
place ? iiA,1-
jihd presence' DO i ; V -*:* rI'SI *
audience with one i.bf bis most remarkable.efforts. .. the condition of Florida1 ] JAMEtkDAiIELOsaLaflaz14&udarj
: fcuppressV ,f of enthusiasm; "faorif'ibeobjec'cThe prospective ; ; SpencerXlTibmas1--
p in -
< 1 *
f > > ri
*.. 'At' hcftimfcbf. *. Jus' public career has'_- i1Webster has p1aea hime1f high bf tbet! the'Cin.v 'f-rTftt-t'tr.n---! It1is. indignant Zoo,' -.Z I ;\VUB,f JameaV''V'inte ;S -charles 'M/ .Cooperiberf1Pbilip3' ?
; "r"t "i if' U *"< 4 flG'> question present propriety-bf '
Never hea be ; 'ha 'Wilt tmgjuaiIeAor '. -i- -j ijii..r'iventlon ; iti'Jacei' S : "
diftfjiayp.il more vigor and "r eI1 nt niptudus.WOrse vOn
man ,
it the uoMrcTcrva.contested in a dwatewhich'bccupied Meeting.then'tooic ujotn halfJa'st PubUd $i
fancitica
lineas 0! intellect more force of by wd:Facc'Boilers, but ; t. Th ajeces5 lnN at Ocabu i i'l <
; argument, blushes and blood boils.withj **', ** 'c*' '
with shame
its >
the bert of the American the wfable Th tco' for 4' "I
great Will ;: Iq1 therpurpose epablmgthe ; -
more nationality of$temper and spirit than'on :pe'pple ternpon ; : >"tr-iw *''- | ? V -<: "

S Ibis"occasion. ? Ijwas? an. occasion-! which respond' :to it "with'warm', pulsations. AVe discussion was .ablyjconducted,. by'-Col;S I ndignatioa"-.at 'our-4 **-* 'having* 'yteIIe4soue I V V1., Cbmmiiteetb'prepare.'a: report! maccondicd'With1be' Afaiotibe 'titIzefls'bt Oeal.i

called for the display .boldness .arid firth 5 are tb greafl'.a; pebpler-otfr country Isv too Wi--l-i-'i: 3 *Mct. flirn, iJlV'.i.i zics I what implicitly to the yiews'of oy. Baow ; '.above 'mbtion;' :whefl"tfieMeeliiig andvIniyfie1he13tiuJfMzrcb5 "

ness-for be had, prejudices and broad'and 'toagnificent-to begpverWd by Ii oh eCpnyention'question/ leas'sembledi and.received from"tb0, motion
partialities, TON,, and JAMES M ..DANIEL ESq in
and ,loj any:narrowr locarand, !sectional' pirit:__. Committee Col'; SeerhOfrReportfOloWs a"
antipathies encoun er-rbut. j he met .
? More than'this-we affirmative and JAMES Hf & f 'f Vp.6 : "wit ;- in ijlacid manncrczla1id
I then all, and overcame them all, with" shall remain an unite by Col. QD.lIAwr, u-iiOTfiv! to .-:- ,-- c:

courage which entities him; to the commen. people and an American republic spite b. W. BftTANT, G .II. SMITH; Esqe and CapV ;the flofidian l "sometim s reposingJnB S / -JRiAMBtEviThe' : ---, the objed Of be, to respo& '

dation of all good and all the powers which the triple, coalition can CURRT judgment)of '.venerable rjnen.who. have -4 LI to the uggz4 d ti 'publications'de '
patriotic men, and I bring to bear the MOSES ,.in jhenegative'; There wa ,> Committee, appointed: ip; draft. and LIp sig. ,

which cannot faijl; to strengthen him in the the TTNIOJJ. against COKSTITCTION. and' but one sentiment in the debate. as fo; the I b 'iniedbythe institutioh3under.which; report'ya>Preamble. n&Besotionscxpres. nating Ocala a*i'co venien place for,ftie*
hearts of his countryinerj.Wt. 1 ; :. '.'- :? ?:_:.:tJCjlij A"JrLiikiV -1--: iUvafpointwith r give 5
the'views and feelings of ihe citizens of Delentet f the diSerentCbaatiesrpf
justice demanding of the North a compln meeting rtfm
:. Webster V '' -' r. '
with : I 1 j 4
opened a review of the of of Duval the
slavery question //ro'm the commencement of, Important Report ot the Secretary-:r ance" with the stipulations' of/thV Constitution wae.on: ) o9cid11. midnta1 ir i question tbe.Cou'flty'Avhich they are.upon assembled momentous tp 'consider I EasVani S uth Florida, for tie par*

0 our Government; ,. He; .showed that in the War. 4 and a csncession of ecjdal''rights uhier the chief magistrate selected by respectfully report : ,. ; pose ril uaAgJUprestnt\ ves toiXtiie .

4 days of Confederatipn there was a com The Secretary of,War has laid'before the it, the point of difference being only'as to me the people"of'the-.-State-a maaywhp'fhas: '.Tbe'oceasion and the circumstanceunder r proposed Soutbttn"Convention to be'.'fieWmnrishtiIejin **
"
parative indifference on the subject in the House of Representatives :exposition of been with' 'of1e deceased r ? T '' J )' V>4T
cptelnpqrary some
necessity of urging a- Sontbero Convention I which 'we are'assembled! are of np\brdinary ue !; S 4
Northern the character bf
States-pi-while the most distinguished L the forces employed in ,tbc< and test patriots of. irgunta, who heard flu character;as the questions this presented I ?Oiinotion
citizens of the*.South regarded and Mexican war, and the losses of the" respective now, when resistance- had -been spoken by day ,i.p.1A1Do was"requeMtL
; '
for con5iderationare: those ,
spoke of it as an evil jn terms as strong as arms of the service -'during' hostili the Southern State.Legislatures, anda'mon firstvfulmination, andwhp; is 'farnUiarwit ; result in the:' whicnrnaynltPmately of these'now .to' ac as stcrei4 ; *)f he tnieetiag.4; --
severance .
are now used by the roostardent anti-slavery ties. 1. all'the: refined'absfractions, "of the', resb- ; Paieie&.lhi
? conciliatory spint manifest tsef "
begins to | at united and happy; State?. men of the.North. At that time, citizens c fall >One' of the tabular''statements"' shows --thai the'North.. We can say.with knowledge l !lutions.of '98., Tbis confluence may, be. reviewed by the patriot'with1any : & S.

sections regarded slavery as,an evil, and the strength of the army atbe ..commencement be, styfed'"serfiliy! > othertbanthe1iveIiest and bylh Ctair to dtaft suitable refolatlont apprar-
looked forward its 'ultimate extinguish I. of hostilities with the republic of'Mexi. of-the feeling bf those who dispute the.necessity .id Ihe'I7oridwn'r lug the tentimenf*four Kepreaentatiro fa Ce.>vs.

ment. The culture of ifl'April 1846\rwasv '' ; ardor; but it must give' deepest 'interest,: andmust be acted trppn ,
cotton first developed 7,244; the' regular' of.a Convention, that/their/ ,voice ii with: other than 'the 'sincere.desiriforthb
no most Qov.Br.wu. 4U i ,
the'great, importance bf slave labor to; the force on the frontier Texas, Hay.1846,I one with those who demand Sou'thern uaKity independence in.ebposmg a maker, 'its inference :welfare tf bur common _. ciL4"'

Southern Statea---and 'with' its increase a present and absent, 3,554; 'the*, number oJ! thai eticah Beikicked ppHof. the couolryiWeiieed ,- This: resolution iered.aii;: 'aninated} '_ f "
of that the several and theywiU.b..fondrartiain| <; not attempt conceal, passingevents'or bate DeVween'R ,! ani; -: ;;.
change feelinjr. was created, from tbe troops joined divisions of tb< 11 j C. Genes,' Co
those who differ with thetnTaitothe Uhion, we areTwIUinttO .admitljjl; ia extenuate the .'aggressive acts ammserOLozit.North.rn'rethren S. $ ' :
j in Mexico taining as nptji 4
great pecuniary interests which it involves. army including .reciuits, 27,470,p Provence.. T ieresoIutionbeiog adcei 'i-
These led to the; desire of the extension of of which 15,735 Were of the old establishment methodl They speak/of Union: -Aru I. characteristic Southern pOplto be kuiedodl upon.the
.
the interests
and Piine PrbvVnce
rights the feelings ofthijpeople'of e the ( irappwni d Messrs. .
slave soil, an.t resulted,in the acquisition ofv 11,186 new regiments,and 548 marines 3 why 1 Because believe asidefrpniTh anything. If.-th&F1Omidiiiican be.kicked ,
they
< the South
Louisiana, Florida, :and Texas, by the votes which, added to the force on the Rio of ". out of'the Un ionnjwe'* : have no ob-" with the r ;and 'yo'ar.Committe e W;JS.: Harm, f|G{;,BeariooHiod sStep ; :i.4
the honor acknowledge that tdi
question
property /o '
\ deepest '
I tf the oppressing: and 'aggressive North/-- Grande in May, 1846, makes the whole very' :I. regret .Biyansadommittee... i a '*
which the South contends would. be in jection. But tr? are. pt ambitious for pos:-' visions of a sectional-character have pro* S 5 S
S With the acquisition of Texas- Mr. Webster number of the regular array employed, every greater '': duced alienation of Oa motion; til, (ifialrmani narTa leto ,

considered the questioji settled and the ac where in the prosecutioa the war, inch. peril out 'of the-Union. But.with .these terjor honors, / 7,;.. and'estrangement feelingand the'committeeJl *f .- ..7.f. *", ::1 .
count closed' siveof July 5 1848,the date of the Presi. While the Floridian is th sentiment; among a people who .-from a *
Every acre of territory that resolutions! before us, and the expression o f vamping up could be cultivated profitably by slave labor dent's proclamation of peace, about 31#24: old ghost of lheState '
other bodies favorable to Convention, wi C making a Jamaica, a blended drops have mingled into one, -On throuzb their c&oirmari, cffereiflhefolfoI1
was then occupied, and, 35,009 men as a practical question I- St.'Domingoi' &CWhkhWaSsUCh: afavor. we aver and declare before-Heaven ingResolntion4 |;: ::zi "V
,'there was an end of it.. 1846,"to the termination bf the war in 1848: will not claim superior devotion to the Union. ; our-part 14 '
; bold the Rrv&itdiflfbti! tBc letter .T tna Bui. .. *
Union'of
ite with the editor of the JVeuv !when h that we these States boyt CilLpniceqand Srtn
In this connexion Mr. Webster alluded to 32,190 were put en route to Mexico, which I It is a. happy feature in the aspect of th'e C : -

his:own course, uiJ that of the Northern exceeds-the number joined, as reported on I question, and one of thestrongest arguments "waked up one, morning and "found his bond which has tather.than'fOr than seek half to sever", ihe leney GOT.BrownV nod r lat.'-of FVraary; A&7" <'"
the the rolls and returns.Recapitulation more a century iso, o far U it ret'oWnend&'an1ou sMeisrgeiie *
Democracy on subject of the throat -<
acquisition cut ) as .though
before the people in favor of the Convention I, slavery iwas ou r united a'rf and the 'ontkra > "
: of Texas. itt,bad been opposed to it from of the casualties incident tc I prosperous happy peoprwe ; action in States mocta ,ooi fceaxtor; '
greatest p rilv&heg; : leaet quOte from 'willsubmit approbation,belwTJng,M we do, that m combined,
the s'azt In 1837 neibad opposed it in the whole number of volunteers, under va. that it is designed to.prexerve'tfie Union: to aggressfpnv iaiidiujutfth '
a.speech weP,and wiaely dlrwtid resistanea on'the of' -
submission part
made before.the Whigs of New Yock' rious. periods"service, is as follows: Not less weighty is that advanced in the its own editorials a few weeks since a para. long as is possible,, the Sooth, proBrptrjr1-lererop diaar) aad! wOl "-

I at Niblo's! Garden, on the occasion, we believe Discharges beTBre the expiration of the meeting here, that if there be schemers in the graph showing that would: take sometbin g (and- AVith'a until forbearance ceasesto, be a virtue.; eeutuafly u/itfTt tLnyJorth ra.agfiir' 7

,to(though it of dinner Sir. WeVsteYdid not then allude term, y,169, of which 7,200 were for disability. South plotting disunion at Nashville,there more, than a Federal puff to blow us up :. rity- oftbe;North'anj generous confidence abiding hope the'integ--that areturning'sense' :non 4 at .th ,.ConenUopi.ecI', .5- S

.
,) given in his honor. '
is' the more necessity for wiser and "or do intend.to whetfier : of justice would compel 1 to beheld at N&shTiile, be earnesttyeoini4
He had our: bet: or no1.,
endeavored, without 'success, to Deaths, 7,015,to wit;Ordinary, 6,216; \yc say to the attention of tli Sonthern'Peopfe'tt-"
awaken the Northern mind to the great.im killed in the battle and died of wounds, 607; ter and more'patriotic sons to be present to m"any "conflict which might.'arise' between: them-to render'Jo; the South -their just ,de- jest being to prom t banaonyia Soatbeara mttio*' '

portance of the subject for he was opposed accidental, 192.Re&gnations279.. counteract their treason the two, the South'would be'able')to?maintain roaridsV.we'have hesitated toe.doptany mcdiormeasure'O1 against tbe hostile,and.dzouiteadnties-.t'
I to the of herself against the North;; But this AV e : redress, ;Battbe:: events of a' Northern fanaticism. J. "- ,?- -.. ", "t
acquisition Texas on the ground desertions, 3,876. The taken the 3 1. /fe oraf, Tl a4.VcaIabefn3l central mad
; vote at meeting lateon: do thatanless Horace : few months past''a especially the'de'velopmentV ': : < >
' that he was opposed to the creation of any Forces employed and mustered into service. say Wa1poleaf- : suitable,place for nrentiott'of(4b.Ds
Saturday evening was decisive in favor of firm, al| jiistory.is'a'lieMhe South instead of the present' :eession4of'toiigress, *
more slave'States. Against his 'will and Old establishment, 15,736 men of East and South frkla, w*cerdiallj iavito tk
thai the C ) of' bemgvweaker' in'war account'of rtheexistence'of I conviflce'ui;that'compromises, 'parchments, delegates to Town for the S
of the Northern Whigs, Texas was an- Additional force, -. 11,186 v toiThat there are old, respectable pn onr purpose ofwlectiag
nexed Northern Dcntocratlef .5 : slavery in her midst, would be and paper agreements are inefficient remedies suitable! persona to Ttpft ent oar jterti n oftW
by rotes; and it Aggregate of regular arm and influential .citizens' lhe
26,922 far for fanaticism and.'abolitionism when State ia the conUnqdatfci Tfashrflle Conrention, 't
more powerful thereby,. .Lacedemonia, con
was annexed byreflations' which:author Tfoluntetr force.-rGeneral .taft 272 and recommend Thu/lay the 25th"day of
April
\vho at
county, are opposed .itis trolled the
ized the formation of four hew States with Regiments and 73,260 present one of the most distinguished.oC; the ancient by denaogue.a'nd'thepseudc I. next,M' K proper ftba ,fwr ithe imeeunjf, t&

the consent of Tfxas, within the boundaries cjrp. evinced by the discussion, and that there are commonwealtba for its military powers, philanthropist. ..x delegates from th<"serwral Coon tie*., ,. > .

Texas. This was the compact. It was Total regulars and volunteers 100,454 numbers of' more retired citizens who coincide I {less" extent.7 than ''Middle 'FIpridau\v'as Your Committee will not here rehearse ;,i J. PAINE, ; : .
'I
well drawn 1i11 dbya'popn1ation'nine-tentbs of whoniw'ere'slaves. wrongs/insultsv and injuries which haVei;
stringent, and obligatory. Itwas' m is equally certain. .1' '
the of the n.Of .' Athens, next Io Sparta in martial like-"OsaVo Pelfon," been 'piled '6n>the i S '5 43 G.EARPON -5
legacy Northern Democrats. < the of the' old 4 ,
15,736 men line
800 The acts of the Nashville Convention South '
I, .to disproportion j'becansev'ihey familiar
gtorca3-aJsO next herein the td'ev'erj '
The D.PROyENC.,1
I work was thoroughly done, without were either killed or mortally wouuded.Of : : ,
however for the between the number its Southerner,and because ako 'black BRYA. .
blotch or flaw in it. There was the the 73,260 volunteers 600 \Vere killed will come up revision of citizen!S the'.Ibng: "I -
and be compact only and bf. its'slaves.At! for a'bervile'insurree cataldgae would detain.*us-"tb the going 4 Commz1Lee' .
was determine to fulfil it. When- or mortally \rounded: showing a difference thepe ple.wh9.wiIFdoubtlesi hold the dele] } ; ,
5 .
down of the .
lion excited and'sustdiried by an enemy'.Aow snn % -- K.
ever Texas, under the circumstances of five Orr motion of Carter,the reaoTaUon
contemplated to one. AtMolino del liey, in gates to consistency with) their-,pledges of Jn.view
-has that, sclieme been.triedand whenwas these'facMj- '
by the resolutions, called for the formation two hours,706 men were killed and .wound devotion to the Union the often : > qn stion'nr4s.5 were adopted, the'prpeeedingj j ned fcyjtbe'Chatrmarr ; .5.
South. 'We ;
: art/ ft'ever successful? tTheiBritfsb Covernor.of rallylpreentA kself l&the.cnqiirring mind, '
of three new Stabs, he was bound to ed. At Buena Vista, which lasted two days, SeWeJaryVand copie, ffr- -
vote for their admission, for he would never Gen. Taylor's loss was 673. The forme fervently hope that the good results'predicted' Virginia tried It at the corn mencenn n:t viz : la not thUioialr y'distvOdT-- warded to the "A >c** tCity\FIbrjdasJBe:: S

violate or sully the plighted faith of the was by far the most sharply contested fight from their action will all bei realized. of the; Revolution-: But how ignominious We breached answer-rnolr b The'compact haX'been pnbKean,? and the "jNevrs .witb the;eqast'
the failure of the fiendish I" niartybut forbearance and I "
Government. of the We should 'remark was enterprise that WIP-* nh'tham* f f.-i.A,*A
war. that ihe meetioe- onSaturday'was submission- '

But no sooner had these Northern Denooauunucu Conducted WiWrnoch decorum. [ And, now: the ,Flondian is talking.of our other;', 'Another.been inquiry the ony oi] '"paramount retortvT>y 'the interest *die.On."motion'*" tb'B-.l" i'j iieeting.Iadjoiwi? ed:|, wif ,.

Mexico;LdI was set mas on foot loan with"ine their war witn- FwRzDA1ztDiAra' AMD .TUB ADMINISTRATION. It strikes UsThowe;,that"whil ..the opponents making'a'San Domingo of Florida!. According Isj flow can the Union be saved | /A.'M.; gITC1ELIChO1TaanTb. ;

concurrence .-"The policy of President TAILOR in to 'week in consists Your ,Committee fre efo confess the '
and assistance, and sustained their of tberConvention were'so rigidly re- thatjpapenone slavery -are ..
by the Indian from Florida '
VTC
removing by -.t < solemn
peaceful ft -
efstiicted importance 'of
votes. He with the Whigs tad opposed the means. (justly" remarks' the Baltimore to the question',as to be called to or 'pnrstrength}' according to.the same the next 'that; in tbe' fttestionl arid reply "
,their .
I :acquisition of territory contemplated by that .(fmmcan,),deserves the hearty.approbation' der for commenting on the resolutions of the week,in\slavery *consists; bur weakness.. rity 'andvnton 'oa jrfdgnient gffnijnes Mir :' 3V.JrgUat1.$ Lj *
; .outjjflrt the poly '
wa:. But when are : iTh'ereTr tbat. 'it '
his friend ie-3i
from a nbmetVmaiini:
Georgia introduced of the It.was enough to have The badness of the atones
country easy logic, for"t'Uie
which
the .
his resolution Georgia- Legislature, eologium, ,of Mr.Calboun means to" we can'resort as a'safe and i ill wind tka bpdygood ) r\Wbei
repudiating the idea provoked a war with those savages-a war violence bf the attack .. blpws- v
Into ; sure preventive for tha immiaent erils with
'of acquisition, .the Northern ; interpolated >reloquent remarks the', fitat4j| began ib assumef.a
slavery ;
Democracy op of swamp fighting, ambuscades, and slaughter .' S .. ':, which bur
body is'
posed them, and the nv of the;.chairman, wee ,more out of politic threatened, and if threatening,aspee'jihat; iswithiriitwoior"
territory UKU acquired involving the :expenditure of millions of .. TT ; :. :. : thesefaiMemzindeed "the
; California and New Mexico became dollars. The last Florida war, which continued place, 1 .? ': K The questioh'of apppinting.Delegateji> to ?* 5 Uniohinot'worttheeflbjt : three years,'we."regarded 'it asaPandrs' S

ours by iA V votes, and then they undertook for five or six years, and terminated : the.Nashvillie S Tc "V bbk'filled,rrith jinn jtfgatd:ev flt' Bute' '
Convention
: to hold us harmless under the perils thus in 1841, did not probably cost less than thirty TIlE. .\VBB8TEIl8PEKCn.speech :. ,has:Jbeenbefore: ejBeclj' the' highrand..bpiyi-pufj. >osebfpreservin have had",time'tpjlo k aundudptrg ,
brought the -t -' the Legislature of'Kentucky. :It< came '.be- the political bond which nant thmiscbiefwe still '
upon as.!by -saving grace of the .millions. The sacrifice of life'was great, : sappbaedv snoi
of S
.Wilmot proviso. The Senator from liberty- and the'hardships''of. the successive campaigns ,Tbe DANIEL tVV BsTcat in the fore the House on"the 28thultn7and the resolution has t ns'long upited these sovereign,"confed' believe to be, it!recalls tpmrod thieiiiaaximwe .

-. loving Connecticut; (?jf.. Niles,)' and the irt4ne.-e.verglades; were of the severest Senate' 4tEjthit?, is hailed by the commpn ,to.that.affect was rejectea bythedeicisive erate full and) States, your'CpmmitteVrecoramend 'a have'qxuoted'.t|f The Taunts and'retiJiiei

Senator; frbrn Jfew Yoflf, (Mr.-.Dix.) after and. most triigkind 4' \ .-. ">;.. sentiment the South as the harbinger i general repfesehtationat Nashville of the North Jiays.engtndtred !bitttrpwfrdVces
of .
vote 27 09. -Joinexttbat
doing what in them lay \A involve the conn- "GeiiTauoa.eerved ;jn.that war? .He of hope Itls; /to. Ic jtlylpr Only'one. whig yo- .the patriplsrbf tbeSontbS amon si aijii these are ietoeob Pelf .
coiinsel
.1 try .in/the/ evils and dangers resulting from knew the nature off4he'cotintryand5ihecharacter ted for 'them,-only* 'two1'-Democrats,' 'a-; may Confer and together reference eatedar.tTie'prqvOtion| :caitiauaztIhig
these' in full in bur columns, b lV give wrrect'and T % i V'v 5- tbf'tl t. grievances yt '.which,we most justly
iii'si. I be lamentedJ'arKfcwe woold that i
acqui5itions;ofTexas>and portions of of the Indian?? and "doubtless S ,,. ,;. '5 to tere
: Mexico,* went home to* make rousing and dreaded the' omingency t of another pleasing;Tontiine from. the.WajshJogtbn'Republic. S- .4 ,,!' comu ain,as well as mbde'and' measure othey9ti'ay btfiewweT; -Batiive are'not to.blame kecamseit. '
warjBy.the
capital speeches about Free-Soil; arrangement'recently concluiled under ; '1L manifests, that disposition- : redrt ;sf and;;thaf InthiS"sbldinibieibren ; .f snot, :soi:1 Th| ? Ortb'hSpIOIk'eLitbj'

This view of the question led Mr. Wei* the management of General'TxvioosV the wbich.an viinti South. ItoIfere jtthticeltk '4 man r-remind pur'Northern: 6f'the a series bfjbttrtjts and wToi.tbata B a*.
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ster .to. cpeak: of the !4Vi1tho;." On this I whole Indian,population isto 4ie'peacefully dtianla'a cothphancewhi ompactswhichare'mutuaiinsteat '.The i !' Charleston' Courier* ** **replying'V-P 'JcMi!" cord<4 .' tertif soleran 'reck'p'njnr'J awaiting-. 'the'taiwi&VpoV familiar'to eve S

unbjeci he expressed.bimaelf ; '1urryus.&unto.measures wbrasi.The S
very distinctly. removed from Vlorid 'aaa'expense'Jto'the'Government 4 ; -
.He said that thi* 1ave question:bad'ceastfdto [ not exceeding $225O09--a eumhich'wpuld of concessions to res ndeiitwhocopains! the desecration thich ahall forever seyefjhe North and p LTh &mutki seeking 1-beme ,

: .be a practical'question, .with.the annexa i not suffice'*for ,'the",putftv'and spirit that is'ripaciousI'is,said thatSB- of the graVe of the Seminole jchief"pceolawho iid'eendent'of e1rthby enaraginc31ceJT5o

tion .of, Texas. ]'.That "disposed of all the pay of a regiment ibr'dnejcampalgrtL.! -, -i.v.v'i.Li.'ii.. .iu"...-- -._-hl3Ct'EB.sza' .: :it will be remembered dies l while in'fc'ap-i itwityat'ot ; athost them any sense of justice,'oi/ealtnGon S

clave soil lk .When VVerepeanhathe tPiiiipEjrrv by :
,
| down,So his aacrift & of fanaticism 1
and California, a .different V" "" of diseon-
very state of thecaw" pacific polfcy. has rendered a Service to'lhe > Stheyafl'ih&'irnoutdeting'ember ges 'withOateiilniannfactarof
: 'A head and foot stone
alt thiConstitution itajar41i'aI bee tent a biazUiav .epnVumelbei
upib pnto ; last
wasprente& ;;lf, there were any couhtrVtortby p.f,robstjcprdial. approval,' butbewi1 tArIronor WI&epUg,
S subsequently erected tonmark
tliespoLwhtethebones eio1 this
.question as toT'the territory- if there were A good is always achiered by"'the avoidanceof s'ukM'the chase forbisnobIe prey.Doubtts .91 <-t;.% 'W--Trt gloridus'UhlonWherefbrei": ;- ,.f ** :- ,"..,, ;-. ing, inbur sAfldtherb.nie -

any,practical good to be effected by adopting. Hn evil. It maybe thai the result of*nchwise.forbearance be .'Veepo paciilbe upon t5repose.'hese ; .;,Jfrfafoed TbatXwfr bail.with uamiazle crt t S ,
thc ordinance of 178/1 and applying it to and' WM I.W4)-<' VI l.4l| 4 var'SoutLira brethrat ing ont labor nannelafouiiiLtobe, ,5 .
circumspect sagacity ,
..T ne'w acquisitions-. tbat [.would present a'different may ,Bot.shpy'fo>th'with'1)rHIiancy- him, but the prouljataj will dasju.them jfrom' of the >yR$ubscrjptipnsjina4e by4pew; ecar>iOn thepwt.> f"our Southern ,SUU ;ftntf,. profitable- J till

ease for consideiti n. But where itr the hii.nt1ereJike noisy curs JViasTEa is, top garrisonand citizens,; hadTin process ''unitell, and concerted' jnpeng'
wasanidle patriotfcjaind ob'ervantknohpw to ap. ; of,time been so,much;marred by tbe idle and' polih1a1'd&ngerv.which -
oran pse1&proison--her : ; great. become a victim to the wiles of par* Tbiit1we bar
: cnripijs7wbb ? wjtnetsed witht> hgb
: t V *f S ; were dewrpus of-Jpbtoiping' $ raU
t :.it would answer ho good end, and could"only fc'slin'; adversaries? f ,and;"'it I \Is'as' likely' i that memento of,the deceased-A to rTducei the oatlo$i tod the\mojC\tin3taAlIflc
serve to wound thefeel i5sorthe pride of.a" 4, ALABAMA AKb fukTNAsiiviu.1;" c wtjie.: public topinion will follovr commanding officer of.tWFprt tqdfrectihb; eOnrpqrsedb..ousnatoxi snR rea become ifxpert at"ki
portion of iisfellow. ilijens bejwould vote jn his"wafceiubecome Ue i C4ngr.sJa'mwnUi! inf.tho >lntetesta ,
lcarea.tosta1; at )
TIOH Three SfriffurA.SWt* not'repreient bead-stone,* which "alone the aouth our peoplebave :; ) lO
amintt iw'iutroductioa a cOuuiter.currentlie does not :remained,jn kn"y ;tai forjusonia the inn w jdeeid; d
pinto any territorial I d.-1r);the legislature bf Alabama, 'which- ; pro thing ''ike its :ongnal! a to i>e rero67edwitbiathe.drdnance potitim which-they now m1utaIn.wittegrd; to. Notpneiotheirjramniera:
,bill.: With regard to>reW; Mexico;hewould I any'defined ilanTbut his
has just ended its fes8Jonvnolejoslation took pose"* negativoVde* /and tbeHt5zeIUoww14clt5 no.agttatizbe eeuntq., ...: ait -
** yard/ a etona.cotter S. 5 ., *
.. 1 .not vote so for.disgrace.the VWilmpti'bis oVniuaderstanding. as to place on tbje $ayryitistrtiepa subject;,' Pach'Hpusew: claratidns ibbthtlewill.nat: victimize* i employed to restore iVa&iar;as vpracficable I ,.. ( ;55'm."f Be&the-mtbi.ou.r opmnon 1--' LU' 'noWahojbeirfaeathre'ieraLWItfrZ; a
To place it on a I now rrlie4 In Ic iti bay diacnreie4.-i'
.bten:
I4 many
resolutions : it the tie ?
; .concerning Sbuth7and bynewingthe >
; nthewitthiiien
.: territorial bill for New ifexico,, would.b to I biit hei House would ,advances enough,eaailyf eiMtsted,"H beeotnei neetmrr tot the Southern Bathunanltothe1oIrecreiitzoA have
; xer tion-of
agree tp".the"olher's placing it undet.thejshad .5
State to Uke
form .
: reaffirm an ordinance" bf. jSTature.. .. .. -to*" re-enact" "' resolutions.Delegates': to' the. proposed tbiB'grouadwork.-bf1' an'accepUUe'.bilIJBy'duj ing;wiilb w, in ba.unc1ureihatJjmigbt in'tlweBOTgwusrj flrovlunKfed'withaljuth concerto>twsjmansof.! *action priung up amAngizeyhere''th4be lOldsfl5

'tbewiuqJjod.; TX k "- tI Nashville Convention were' 'appointed,by the latest accounts from: Washington remain at a monument'to.the 'of the u1flubout this'firm,;ftniMd and<>6ncert d $

I 'made 3vitk I regard to, the"ch .fgeif of aggression members'of the"Legislature'but'not under Mr TobTB was'aboiir tor,move the apppintj.mentbftb -noble thief, whb.enaed his'days memory.at.that"mill-S- ast1q5 e'' oniI iiy.iipprove-dfnli: '.pl A'of an'omansi4 R

( agajnst tne North 1zr the formation of anyjegislati ve act.dec1arungan7articiJarobjects : Sa much 8uutern'CouventIou'o.b.'beId a'Nthvilt., iii from taa insoienijeAeer'?O h* f,3bCI.$
epf thirteen tary post. ;
cpmmit .vtziehmy fpr.the information iof
;; :
Abolition societies and ku he'establishment'ofebater r ; M reoomtiiended by tb JStete of Ml*. .ith f
to be 'lheiFpropertihjwtw r ,
accomplished by<.tnat' eonven. .like ourcorrespoo frn.intion IIuiplit sneooded.by tbe8tstes 4 f
Abbjitioo; digest spmething, Jtfri Wtl1'Lft'br' tof Qeergt &
papersMrH
regretted all 1 tipriff.In'.addittonwjUxr ; thesis" Ib posi* poedprBu *.aRalw: 1sbjnas, SOaCosV1rgii4iid Texsa The> soltsri ; ;t ;ge
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thisbat.saw waioarrest ;it. They tiye contrary action of.. the rLegislatarea of Mrl-BtiVJ platt< }4lie formerissald'toh; : ,-,-tne'sa'ifle authprif$-Jfromj w.hTc tequest tb 1D4 that la th propriety of:"Florid*; .,causes pf estranjceineat jhat to prefaced

h. ha4nevefinbi end ;, juds accomplishedstrenethened. botlu; K Kentncky'taBd'Tenne"ssee: -we endorsed by Mr'' viiVr aad'btlief"leading *abdvefacts o1btaidLtaBtateItbat. none; .1 t nepresntd -u that,'. Conyeirtion' .- _. ';*,'' tm,5a4) SghtiaCb
.
V'lv Cflg -
*+ ny &*** f o -* *J M have heretofore,noticed and,..weiiayenowstacta4.1 -Vhige of Masachus tt* .-V..i : rV 'of the..bo esof'Oqeoajit! : Tb-th. pt5poof 1 4'ir
The bonds, bf The ..slaveprps'pecta. 'q ecw)1 It hear'i the, 'spotas ltI* Gidsden1Countf ;:_it 1e1ftobebbyfM1I
retardej the r 5itiOftbt.N0fliZ\ha46t
the he'thee vattYe
,
: !! 4New! Or1athattbLouiaanaLgis1kturq
.> tmaMipaU t. 'rberew i4ust'Jiaye meritjwe qao4ie foBqwng: 'Cbnonsppesret&us.tG; be1he-moto 5dctates'
maa now In noRscnsied 5 .'strongly' oppose rrbm thehwl } was eahumed, mn4 taken away toanatom,. ofJbtLugIelegteI tO11i 8oitheio S.n1sn411044 .
,Virginia'wftiypuld
darettf'di spa f'ercurg 1t ivifibe '
anyyoutiy! mQYement5.rdzenotTecognizetheNasbvUle uo cap ; t commit- CQDTitioj afl4'w thetoreeoomme tour ; .
;cube .e7.slavery-qnest: { i, in ie tone and'4empefm 5 eUeeIUxCn4 OtEiIM.
; d>p : CyeniUn. ticed al .5 dn&8t} F14rId to )mQI4 d'Wrbai1t boIo4btxeSS
/. which itvtmi in her .' ;: )r1m4 itiee1nisa e Del.gttes to '
o tJOI! > .r ., 4m1fr WebIt4' se ch' 'OB TusdOn J 1
renti zn.J832; TherfeMonofthis s _- ; ; '; : were pained to rtadvthe last sentence rentJitbeJ.st 5t beheld $
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c -- i, )( 1 '- ji'.,;compromise2 isohitions oP1Mt'Cr we knew Oc.eolawJ1-aad ; L$b1
that
4he gtatrn5 qi?( the ;fortherV papers and a noblerapecirie '
; '' ta paBt sentiment 1 'Tug !1J was emphatically' great speech;; npble in bfWa did'-noj'exist;' ; He.iwaa I.nn&te '* **? opituwtnuiBUlMtoiB ijnu, -
fifery; otbO Xe1egsti*IbM $ eled;
f1 nii be
K 14oted
: IanUage '
Wehav -geherousand
pub.l cpnciliatfng m toiie, inch.flT.'bnive.and'wftniiilpil* '!
tewbic boaw be' resisted. !.. ** ? :
npt and 4ibp WiSSfSfrtiatt*< **|*** v otfr
It bnitd alji n blall 8etirnents against the ll4UCrJn4 l WVV/MIA ** */&*>V*, *V f IMfMftVjnder'thriDo matter' hftving/bne wneral brba4 S., ,% 5' tb l thenrCoiitwSt> t-U Counliest ;ip5oWuhieeo-
; 4 I interference bf > WeV'lUteaby'JoHif( araj T>bweral.tejMen6ytowards| ;the peacea. *:! tonUtle4fwfeotlv{>W>4 ilinw>irI>. **e olWM .1'drtlrerji
e ; b1an4 -* -- "it, b ui epJ
: iiinorahreajnstment th eisrng by 1fl r tUeii t< .| p: prp S
jfranerutjur' Tit tbivIttder&.wi o 'tivwcfexr! the.Nc WOTk'B4'fl11dCOtt&un -I: cdatrqvey bthunja derr 44qig. l "TeibedyV there could th'
.
thi"nalon'of gs -Trr' fiV,' ?W S
t f bt)one; The press eoaH hot shackled BJpretbarf\\ ; Kimaed p w/l3' ?**- .fiW'M JW 99M tow PR-D V S

: .. 'any more than the 4ebate|So Congresv could ful matter. This specimen number can-be ourlnabflityto'pttblisii'the tijlI 4i4-c1iii1..'wasJo oUpwronJd.ifeliay knwn'tbat' t&atIeIMlb4 b4iCII tc
t b< checked and at office' rable r por of thI5 speech.whicb appears.jj his very bones were to.be mad': ifrSTweVliJnlluEr
they hadijxhibited as much seen onr by anypf,ourJegarfriends comme.rce snosixcle4thi1lfla7 43CUt areor'p 1he'e -
the Itttelencer| and Union
violeoce 'alad harsh bad \ : of FrfuaW, The of, his fzwige natures would have rev lted.at .,: the South to bece lode ide&," h
lanyoage as ,
ever or others who desire etibscfibe. '
might to
I .I latter paper has.paid a well-deserved tribate! the thonght.-S 'News. 1 .Te Preamble'5 and' Resolutions 'being arested-.Mobile.ReIttr.. .... ..... .

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to-:2a.kp: ttbe mtereftf If iheiwkuiy $250,000 to disburse S 78 onmbWJottery I3ri wji ajIotsi\, > uiuK ,. 'WI --.* 5 1, ,

.3 hsforybowsthe In any wsrj-the eotemppiirycafofesaid""affec .I W7 I ? Ho -5
S. : ,t. *:JSPLEiDW'kcHgtM'E- e imported cnewlj fo ?w RoiM.nf : '
oUcIii i ) ,w&ck dness tionately adrfses Jber/to apply!"it **>n ac : ue.'t S 1 iaigniidefltea tif "%. it n lf the moat jb aatUaUoi airin& i witit &ttd* .

i ouut'-Bai4raorgSun., S sU4pra5ot : rubber'euiUaa4 4Jr*? 'V**"' "";< S Sy
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'tlaigrB.rblch. dhnatiil fluencea .andtiaci "* -
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ttw.Earopean fail ci ail bis llh/ViI/ ricUm S : -
ireeee, attempts t YuE. : S .5 ': .5.
M a acquiring permaneDt t4oit .the*.land -d, r ,JackwnviJJe,January; WM.*. ? ; -.- S
4 ; fj :Zbeicrotutous 65 dl ; ; & ;
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. oo pzttftorId withce '- : m & -
of Egypt, wtere 'AlfiO! !, ;theMtJiIamelules : : pig "qg ,* 4,814d : -- -j.- -- : -
erineaiab if.procreation 2 .. -- hOpiI11r !? !* *\i- n-i "A
:.., aVe fihovrn to': : ] : 1 1S \ '1' lancers under entae s5ad ehrdnld V.040. ? :iO Mud1sn B'.TI--: .->':*.*.- u1LtoW1y.
beyond.the i'gaeraton.- t COmpaIats kpllsuisgfrom .
: ideTE2gment; 1-
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thekalian ETURNS hiijthana*to hi .; the flrculeZio*,byitee raisi It Ofthuiecretie cTaM5 Thghths.1. > -
.. tn Corsica teraii'oik, : iUy. : : as werejo :
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Mimes of Itself, lbeiiftBbility.pf vcrurow a S of-ikgee:1 the above I % S
prove business In thirdly in 183%and would state to his : fl -
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French to establish their stte fai that island. frieads"and the : ,TSiidenOba who hae bees en .Magnificent Scheme a*follow*i i ,
public generally, thatdaring hi* beelL pbIiahet from:tia. to tla iie Aeert&flcstoofpackg..ef'-- H .
4: Where, in the north of AjfijaXftre: the descendants lats visit t6 London and Scotland baa acquired 9 theraos b. : ant were it deatri tkkat*. ,-. .: .
broegbt -' jS500 00 .
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:variotu ** _S.u_. 5- ,-
improvement connected with S ao S
ol the fiomaas aa ;JLbc .VandaLsl : yams.' The afflJetedaa4. S *<* $halve 2.7100la
Am afte .the. 36th DYING ANpFRENCarCLE4NIN6; S :; medlctute Invited 1. a thai oflza virei, t S 1) de oo S th&rec.ption J : -
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Why,jn papsai : ; bsadtewbicb1taIonEe S 'S quart in jann* last, ?
; 4geeo)4itDa4: ) do we mc tjWilh slavery which he trust*win enable Mm.to give general i : low. : '. _*--S,,__ Do-5 4f- e'elgbta2o From a knowledge of Mr. a :t i IIjtJ. --- -S'

4 eerber Blef the eeralt>n pf the land : satisfaction: to an who nay pleaM to faror him OANCROU$ -' : (be
with their uRrti bojderco &fl.oyer
patronage. 5netttka4ayWdrw ample and atf facfortestimottt
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tga2ethe i deleterkras lufiujeAceiof an ei4 Ladies' silk,and woolen
tezively increased Umperalurel It is appaeentlr eIe&nednd dyed various coIono as to give good ;of hsJves, quartera}and eigMs,iriJont -, P eonsi4a .- S. 5-

' tecavse the Eiiropfeaai bare entirely satisfaction.- Table Coren cleaned or dyed-* i eration of.parents and gcardkjjn*.<{*>. *JH W d**"' -':l

&ile4in ti a ne. to'euluvalijtfie soil them- maybe required. -Gentlemen?*garmens renovated .followmg facts in rer to the grs beiejt ibars 1 rk1z M I-1Ien atirte- rtrww oTgirtog itefa TI j V'-'ia-.i i M4 z -.. 4.-
in the nine it *te Ciincsanus ULCZ rscs1.d l t.cars of s ob-4 tive ever drawn 1Abi United Aateva weir .iigh > < mfiiuij good yJe
fl as formerly, to a*not to be *on my bresst. ,,
_veLWt') find insanity making frightful : I was attended.1ght months : : : ; S: worthy of the attention of adventurers.: Tbe low ., LhisIstitnti0nis1kated fr4Jlitihinlty'ofthe S
surpassed by any done at the North, or.dyed as S by a r.nIar clxi akflfu 5 .
edypes phyicia .
.. .progr'slnihe negro jwpulallon of North may be required.. Ladies. bonnet dyetHUac*. hut bene5 and coun.e[ oo of our most able aid erp.ribacej aag iy ib.. eat ririie that can be drawn by a ticket having on tI1aS of3fsJzafI tEvrt1i.secnt

: America, Jn'Jwbportion as it Jff einoved from cleaned, and pressed in a superior style.- Ladies* S f. jV W.ek in sucesasion u the isrm* methodof treating eases aurg.oj, iere resoste4 th' it-thw of the di wa numbers, isS ,OOCX1 ,S Southern ft the mtet delrgitffal and.bctlrtnvo th. .. .. 5 3
and Gentlemen ,,Kid Glove sad kr six my breast wal brned with cug tj rders for tickets sbafei ami'eertuedlet eotratry;'bcving-a taomt tl A> Ci'i ..
the'zone ofwhich, we have ja* spoken. *. cleaned after the is was daily syringed with a a-day. and moral and inkflcctmi p

Thai the proportion of, inisane nejroes, most approred London lashion ,. probed lntcrnal th.ulcer ujeer was en large that ft heiL wesksoitoi over an uncs ofuitrIc of the seW soutioLTbe,and the enrity or package*in the above magnificent-K&eioe will be !:ttd tst s.- 53 ualtoaByJa. S ijl5 -

which, in Louisiana, is I ,in 4,3 ID, amounts, Mr' M.'Kret.hu been appointed Agent for to(he}mgs,and and If I dai eanznjn not et the bone, and sail tha thiesis wsa nthinc rapsiuy doctor pmml7attekbedt4-wffl be sent aiid na iOBUt of the drawing ."Ia this Instituti thi whoisf tar f fixwta l -

the afore establishment,. and wifl-attend toib. would be fazaj. 1 ws aivia&j rehSfbyedictn. or an opersU the result Immediately after itta". over' "to all- COB irttt be tLorougo r and th4 pifila wfflaot hw/L?' .
In South Carolina < So 1 in !1 bot to bars the brent laid open&ndth, who. may order ticket from us.' '*
2,477In reception and of bones
delivery work in JacksonTille and Snthag no relief 1i what bad been done,aid .zam aed; :e permuted,pan over any ata,y withovk an IniU _i. '
feelteg I iAddres. J -
.Virginia, I101 Ij299; the Barroundinr country. Tenu moderate. S- sJnio despfr OfTecoi-etT.and coniider was ; 'HtJ.- ---MAUttT;; Ajteaff mate u bm i&taoe with iTiiifl bS.EapeCLS .
,
my case S
nearly 'Mrehl,1850.
March 21, ISO. 3m losIng nria4'a tegloja1 sad less. : --j' : ; AlexaBWaiTarWTTBT aBy tnecaa&ViththtAx. S
cerUegg
T. In Massachusetts,
In Maine, ; Ito I in 14 I; Lt "e used, butt from the kng dsep..ar..j ,, which RECEIVED/ 'LARGE AND EEEP. OfMMh.matIcIn the tLerti-bcancbes. 5-. .
charsccr of which
deckled my disease,prod. .pupikwfflb* thdrougMy iaetf. 5 5. 5
. Brought to Jail change. Conflderingthlsu no ery gant assortmenJ :' at -
"The height above the ocean which gives until the thasais WU Sfltrly the ft Is on1yproab1e cur.nr mycas,,1perasver.d : of _5 5 quired to give the1 reasons for tech.step imeverr iealAdation .'. .*

protection to the life of a; European in hot Y c, Frank-add NEGRO MAN, who sayshi* name was DJmp1eted1 there Is net the slightest now appeannee O'er 1eYS5 of a zetura.icnZhq,since t the enrs : : S4PL} jj 4f *.. .' *. S
that he to THOMAS e.u.cap.f fw. -
belong* wau,and tha p.- *
climates become.fatal to tie Nero Out of L 1 ouso,-of Barnwell District, S. C. He iajtged p a. Aer-:;b.I ad enr Ia.swirrjrJ.czd hy Scam' Saau.aazagi, s4 DRTT GOODS- aeiin"a/na : s.I
ug s e. i t, h.e Work and
air 1 ts&se ; Embroidery, pwite
wfll.bi rdiate
theiarfMtf
63 black soldier* posted at Ninrra Elia, in about 30 years and ia about 5 feet 10 .1: -akL Toni excuse vIuii 4.Ms, Iong-defj ac&nowledgment, which I think my.dnty jias.Fizz. to Tow open, and offered sale'at'moderate prices; care of Alfa- Uaitnon am shore i* n o institution -* ;' .

|he island of Cejlon, 6,2O* fee above the inches ; four.of hi* front teeth are missing.,. when nothing eu.covii*srsipp.ruia ant I feel enreit me,wits the blessing of Divine Proyldenc.; The pabfie are. respectfully 'invited'to cahlandS ,'North or South,.where;Sheets fcnnehM arttanrht ,-' -

opean 15 died before the end of 9.year. WILLIAM GEOTHE, :i many things I cannot we .d myselj I domost under lasting obligations to yo I csa examine 1r tbewsejyea. ,.-.MPEUIS more'tborbughly acieji1t4 .-"- 5 .

- **In the'eadiet times, despotism made use Ja3or of Duval County, Fla. !b a been,to call upon mo .n I will satisfy them reapecifufly fully of inyfte th truth ladjs as hazed aict.d above U I,- : Jacksonville,Feb.28.1350. 1m .- rha strictest attention will bdml&tn tlte rionl rand '1

March211S50. tf -. general"deportment of:.tlie ladrf
of exile into countries alien (4fipathiquu -; Jonng
. ) u Li Sz4Az4crL ILLtRWy&et.r.flrlljJ 5' General Orders- whOe as the same time;every tlj ngiaf a s ctariaa>* .

. lotheir nature, for the destruction "of different 'Heeluuileal''Art and Science ;; LIVER .S .inflaencewDl be as carefully atwa *t ,'" .- '-f ,
With this after CoMpCANT.S, ; Theaebclastieyeu0fteuaoAUdIPi4JJlat4 -1 .
the
people. view -
; .destruction of' JernFalern Lrrn 'j1 m fofloizg ii aa.xtract from a letter 1eCIIYSdIrO hr. wiiliii; CzIu5bI- -. S : Tallahassee,February 1,1S0., two sessions of five months ehv fTb* first *'...
were
a great D. APPLETON fr CO, NEWVTORK, 1l AN ELECTION iihVrebywdeied It* be b tl sioaeombiencedoa thesccood lot ifayia Jaaua .
'*amber of Jews sent 'to Sardinia, on I -.tL in the Second Division of the loruWStilhia seson4-M '-
to end beflreth. Juaft.
by a d1aease rryand HATE flyer
. the ,,occasion of! whoee exile Tacitus IS COCRSE 01 PCStXCATKMI, .. v -notconvey, but since,for the 14 twenty years; suffering at time. what Iannag enSItLIIit on the first Monday Iji April- tV at awiMd' fimdayn S J Sin

makes this, reflection: 'ErtH if they Iiz Parts, Pries-TvcntyFive Cents.each, t'- so that I have bein7al taking io ahead yost Snrsapsnllg to mslcsinga! &b*" sees*"?"*reiMred.*o much appointed by law for< the election,rf oOuniy dal- Jnl/, ami end beftrtfth-aeouf Maadi3'Ia-JDecember.
1as* WUen JS-6* occaeionaIiy.for tt* eve,for a Major General to command said Diyiison .. -
-iv ahoeld fall Tictimg. to murderous climate -" I wbollTdlcsrd.d eli f -Pnpib ean ener4y time, and*? -
: a A Dictionary / ot.r medicine, and
:h 8mapu ia which can r comsn4 in trutb and thoroughty tried the I ; to nil the Ysenney oceanoned bythe resgna- will only be charged until the egd afi the Urasi' ;' .
tf -- the kiss would not 'he, .'- UI ;: any way afflicted wftI !mceriiy to nfl those who are in Jesse ;
viy greait OF MA CHINES 'MECHANICS ENGINE any apecu of icrofulous complaints.l'heye lion of General Carter. -. Pupils derive'great advantage,iwJer1by eater-
;: fEf rigmtitatum.ctutli inttriittcnt,tile dam- I L remariable bosw5g cures efecte4 by Al. us.Is thu cuiity., )lrs.L 3Mw by ae the been use of some siz .Officers commanding Brigades,RegiutI&L.talions.and ingatth beganningofjthe.tenBJ .

: Atoa.) -After the war of the.Mwjea, Mehe- WORK ENGINEERING; ;:L; Mrs. V.Steyengw restored to had better been beaJh thin she a.4 betore enjoyed lr tea yenta; an4- Companies,'-wtthin the Umit of said cong,ladles pursuing the f Kleeive eqnrsaiU to': j

tnetAli, wishing to get clear ol the ondisci Designed for Practical Working Men and Ii is Is b7tbeuscoaboIUes. serereJy actei Tonrstzu1y wh Erysip.lzs.- was esJwely cured S Division,are hereby required to.'carry into effect diplomas or oertiaeatu ofla&so-
Wi. within their
0ALUl1A this order respective command and
. pUned AjmoKls, sent them to ihehores of the those intended fat the Engineering } Uh' CURE 8P A make returns according to law.r_ *- ,. "5- '.. .

; lied Sea, where, iDa few-years, jl&,000 men .Profession. II 1 : SCROFULOUS S AFFECTION OF tHE EYES.nCTAKEO It fa also ordered that those ffcrstros who acted as S Theeoteofstudyisdvi1AeL; .

were reduced to 4,000, by the mere influence I. :;- Messrs. K g.s, L1Cd.6CT Ii, led. Inspectors of ihtf eleetions.held in October ultimo, 7le- Studies.* _.*""teJvraffDjItmajd; 1 .

: of the fHmaten i.' EDITED KT OLIVER BYRNE, : witb a scrofulons bumor her face,which soon after extended : for county and military officers,abio" act as Inepee- S *

.- j. Formerly 'frofesm of Mathematics, CoRt'e of S 1 aIrnut total blindness in on. of them saddiiSg Mr whole int face.her eyes I ,cuiiD* tore. at the election abo ve ordered- moth.5 ; ;-4j -. :: .
It is also stated that*be death,*among the pbysicisns to aZ.iend her, who exhausted thssrut employed Aleuts-It- shall.be the duty oflheperwma hold-1 -
Z- ,
London. skill
- Civil Engineer*, Author and :- all to give ber rebe4buz dernGo
proved useLess
-i Africans ol New York are twjtce as nnt teitr if the' 'Cakiduz offurm," "The I ;! some strikzng cures,efl snd cted Snafly by one SAsS.of'them remarked to me thar te badkuowg of. ing the elections id.the variofcs Company districts, graph,Grammar* Wntmgani.4rlaimotie -

)t aerou s those of the whiles |$ tbe same New and Improved System of Logo 1 I tamed one boiU which she commenee4 8ap-iJ1a, and,before ai4 advised me to try it. I ob- to give ten days notioe thereof at three. of the Second a Arithmetic cotikIu3ed, El.mon .' a
"The Elements .Euclid I cected an annie care.' ft using ft was all used up it had most. public. placeJin said District.v .- tary Botany Modern Geograpa wi the '
city. \ rithmr?; of 1 1i is now ovejufour yeaz since sbe u-u cured and there baa n o ,
jeen THOMAS %
it isalao staled that '\lie'| number of the by Colon," etc., etc. I Ii S : t 1 fives no me reappeartuce-Crest pJur the to add diiese, lad-we are sausied tha it Is a perfect curl; ,v RO the Globes,' Paning. Exemies1iioty-sfe--
fil thE I can recoinrnen4 it to every sufferer from ..Governor'and Commcmder iriChufL United States- Watts on ther. .
llack in the -snnllartonjJisU4. any
4 Weft Injia Is'ands
population
WORE I iLespectfIJyyourz, GEORGE.lLofl1jSQN. February 2, 1830. 7-td Readings Spelling,and Defiuing p -
: ia of large 8vo. size, coatain- ___ -- -
'ji progressively decreasing, and this in a THIS TWO TIIOUSASD PACES, upwards # nnn.Jr-Lnw S Junior;StvditM-Algebra, .t2tr57\ or th*: S .

; -tnoitremarkahle degree :it!rhe deaths are Of riFTEESWrSDKXD PLATES, and six THOUSAND, l ASO SOLD,WBOUSALK AND KCTAO,IT State of Florida i XaasaofCIRCUIT. Covi.ty HedvemsWreester'eHistory .4tcs1 Boa _.I .

) most numerous among the adult rhalcs being WOOD-CUTS. It will present working-drawings A. B. & D. SANDS,. DKI-GOISTS AND CHEMISTS, COURT IN CHANCE&Y ny;Parjing in the Foets,Reading; .Writiag, .
Iii Tf
(daily Composition
) Writing. S
) inarIy4oIthle those of the females. The and descriptions of the most important machines i J PVtTQI-ST.,COSiXn ViLLL&It, Yoz .. James Murray SVI -
disease: from which tbe gifeatest in the United States. Independent of the results I 111 jd also by Druggisti generally throagbout the United State and ,. ) S
mortality of American ingenuity, it will contain com 1 t Price *1 Bottle Canada > BiLL IOn.Dwoncz. Trigonometry, .Chemistry, Leglcl aIIUS.tm&I -
arises, fvlmmary consumption.' An intelligent plete practical treatises on Mechanics,Machinery, <* per ; six Bot1es frI 13. Susan Murray. J Philosophy; Moral Philosophy; ) ataat Pbik* ti ; .-
rending and filing the.BUI of Com phy,and Latin;; (optional,) .5
t gentleman, 'who has qisited the West ngine-work, and Engineering j with all that is I UPON D&IIyEsiatJ Writimg-
-dollars' in this cause, and upon reading the Composition General Review of Sla<|iu. : S
Indies, suggests that the cause is t ant of useful in more than one thousand worth affidavit of the Solicitor for the Complainant that .
of felio volumes, magazines and other boolu. S PRICES or Tcrnolt_ .
; adequate (particularly of au naT))joutriment.Np he said Defendant reside in the State of Georgia, \ -
The of this is'to Jnvenfle of ld 0)
publication
object place Department ses. SjmoMhSj
t: has"been the. great For Sale in // it Ordered, That the said BUI be heard ,per
: reason assignefjfor greater before practical men and students such an amount JacksonTille by JrFORMAN. 5 on First CUsa; V ;ir-tr 1ZW,
;-, the facts charged therein, at tha Courthouse in a
mortality of the'males -ie'ferrates, A theoretical and scientific knowledge, in a condensed eooua.da&i5 :

. .. 4 similar fact was noticed iaiAe rital statistic form, a* thaN enable them to work to the TAX ASSESSOR'S LAT 3TOTICE. 4 State of Florida, Dnral .Coontjrw rManah dayof.Maynext.Jud the County of Nassau.. on Wednesday-, the' 22J. unior Modies,, juu- uIT $700. -

of JSew.York It ik that best advantage, and to avoid those mistakes Kiag,Executrix of Tnof > this Senior iStwIies,'- c'b5: 00 S S
city. mpted) ,IS HeftBBY.GlVEN That the it tt further Ordend, Thai t copy of ,. 5 5
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otherwise commit. The luaie on Pianoij 4'.r.
which
might .
they NOTICE deed
mac King ,
:; a.t the present rate; of dlmi .qtiort-a tenth amount of .useful infermation thus brought together will, in performance 'of his compl't. ; : Order be published in some newspaper printed in Ue.ofJnstrumeutc" '.**. 15& 5
M.
- : ; fiait of the' whole population four is almost ia such works. duty a* Tax Assessor and >CoQector of Dnval S this District for at least three months before.the Drawing andPaintmg, u
: ;very beyond precedent Sam! L.Earritt,Att'y in fact aad said 22J day of May next. ..."* V' "
as-the there u within its County, Fla., attend for the. last time for the War Work Embroidery i hj 00 '
: -;y -nfgrd race win' have almost Indeed, hardly any subject Agent ef Elizabeth Shelton and Bill in S THO DOUGLAS Judge &e. } ,- -

ceased to erist ia the. Britb West India range which la not treated with such clearness presontyear inS Taxes,fur the the precintrof the County the,for asses Administrator of Mary Curtis, Chancery. J. P. SAmE2., >x, Solicitor for.Complainant., French, Spanish,and Italian, j'. 4'iucQ; S :

. 'F.: colonies before the ienninattbn of another and precision, that even a'man.of the most ordinary present year, on days following dec'd, and Arthur M.fleedadS November 22, 1849. .. It win perceived Cart-JJ23 jfo j r Ctxiau tha 5'
:
capacity cannot fail understanding it,and S mimstrator of John Frazer'de highest price that can be charged lori.tsitwnin, -
centuz). thus learning from dt much which it.Is important At.St. John's Beach, On the 18th of March, 1850. ceased, and Philip R, Yonce, of CLERK'S OFFICE, Katsnu County'' the Lit rary sad.Stienti5e Bran bes, Induding .

The Reviewer expresses tlje onnion that, for him to know. Cedar Creek,at Col; J. Bfoward's,on the 19th. the State of Georgia, and fho ,1 S C.C. Eessent, Clerk'o4hs Circuit Court the Ancient Lanuaes.'i!| 2The' :*- *? v -

for health and,, length 'ot days Central,, ineluding1 v From the annexed list of the principal authors The. Court House in the Town of Jacksonville, .mas Napier,of the State of New for the County of Nassau, do hereby certify that Institution wJl be m.rithtbemiea1; Sand

: WesternAfrica i t1most* farorahle and objects comprised in this work, it b self-evi on the tb,21st, and fl1: .York,Exeentor cf John Frazer, the above'u a true copy of tho originalOrder, as Philosophical Aparatus,and tt'wfl
: dent that all citizens engaged tne practical and Black Creek/on the 23th and 2Cth.Thomasville dee'd,defendant*. on file in my office. '!. _, ,."_ Clasaicei Ii5LtOricah, snMisIIzuuLlbrsry. -
Tor the African
epo nce-( ; tueful arts,etc., may derive essential adrantage ,on the 27th. appearing to ma by.affidavit that Philip- R.' I.x TE TIMOXT WBCREO7-! hive herennlft'setjuy W. Vocal Musie. taught to aa'tliepopiir S.

from the possession and study of this,publication; Clay Hill, on the 23th,and at B\oi\ge, executor,*d fendaSit in the, bill filed hand and prints seal;(there being no seal of without charge; -Jj tfjlv->-. .

: The N.yl correspondent of.the"Sa\-aunah the following may be especially designated i Mandarin, on the 29th. in .the above cause, rezi&escut of'the*State of office,) this 15th day Januarr.'AV D. 1850.C. One-balfierms of tuition sri eouii&* 4 du i ia Ji

:2fttct, writes under date of'the Ilth\\ inst: 3liflwrigbts;moulders and boiler makers; artificers All persons who do pot attend and give In their Florida,to wit, ia the State of Georgia?and that : BESSENt, Clerk:rr-[ts.]' advance,'or the whole at.the middl} tbAtera- -

: | in l>raB, copper and tin; cutler and workers returns, according to law,,will he double-taxed. th sjeaid Thomas.Napier, executor, &e.als<) resides S feb.7. ; SIX.MoTUs Scholars from abroad can qbta fbdard either S -
44We'are V> hare a general "pb\v-wown of.steel-in general;,carpenters; bricktna.kf.re; URIAH BOWDEX, out of the State of Florida, to within the ; : in- the family of the Principal, orbpris.t.famis .. -

in the.Park some day this weekwbch U is workers in ivory,,bone, aud horn;civil engineers, Tax Assessor and Collector, Duval Co. Stafe of New York; m flea 5 in the-town.. .V.1 ? -*

announced that the "Ehan'oin of XKsvnion'' ''railwaycontractor, and contractors for earth Feb,2S, 1830.: 3t It it ordered, That said defendants appear.and Administrator's Notice, K. \V. rt&o ; l'rrident' S ,

work and masonry*>f description;architects answer the said bill within four month from the :after date,we shaQ present our" W. ; -
.:. 1 as to te burnt. It is intended to constt net a and bridge builders; builders, master.masons,and Arredondo Lands For Sale. first publication of this order;'Otherwise it shall be :j accounts and vouchers.to to the Honorable the .

gigaotic figure of artnah encircled :!witfa the bricklayer; ship buildersmasters ft vessels,ship takeni confeist. ndgebf Probate for PUT!! County, for final SILTIIOL&tS,' .

.insignia of each state,. iolned-together)ini carpenters, and others connected with building PURSUANCE of a Decree die A it further arderidrThtA axiopy of this order settlement and discharge from the Administration 4 t *'D. H.1h&A.t. S -5 .5
block and makers EJ CircuitS be-published ia some newspaper printed in the of the Estate James D.PeloU deceased late February IfclSBh 1tTte
.. I onion. The figure"X&Ued with slow combustibles and docking ship*; pump ;hemp of SI. John's County, made at ; _
'
: Eastern Circuit thoSUtert f Florida :# -- ,
dressers and rope'makers; manufacturers of linen > once a f said County ,-, 4 5 _S .
November Term -the'Lands in the .
: ,) wwi: Vepresentcd j&rnggling and cotton fabrics; manufacturera spinning Arredondo week for four inontbe.S .' < JOHN C. ELOTEV .. ., ; iy S 5 ,, 5.1 s 1 S S 5
rant to the Estate of P. ter Mitehcl -S.
belonging Male A
with ontstretcbed arms to brealiths bond machines, roving.machines," card.breakers and S CHARLES,lLP LOTEv Madison- .- ate 1-r
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} f.Unou.n&hith. It will be carried on finishers,. drawing frames, willows and pickers, areheldforuie.For. descriptions of the number of said lands,,?; ,5ji; Judg4. -K Administrators. r1flEEi.reia* -r thUB "W1f-q-j rVjfi**,'-

: awan: .by :sixbbrsen, ;from Union et 4 connected with cotton' flax, and wool machinery referend may be had to the printed decree.. .Srvexa&Biu;Cnmpl't1 $okt'rs.JcksoniUe.ov21tbl$49.dee134m..- Januarys, 1850. 5-
: Squarely the Park; ATscaflblilin: will.be'Wected cloth; calenderers folders ,:bleachers and and calico printers in Proposal for purchase must be addressed to [ ambLa'Coanty, Tax Collector's! Bale.BY ,'under the"wrowintend e sad. g'fetro.L! 5 S S
and
; measurers persons S C.;: A. M. MITCHELL, Z. GAIJLDEW into ts 0 Coinm
'with iron chain to the : Mr. B gxia
an susyecd. 5- -- S -
: chain -
terested, sewing machinery anchor and "Alacbua Tax C UeetoBa SaJle.v
; Master Ocala Marion Co. Fa. County
Special TTRTUfi : Fttua a knowledge,!1irt.Idm'VhOeeg1Inob
of the powerresled fit-lie by biaCbllege
'Crtire and its encirclement. Ths figure, ebl. manufacturer and '
.- ;, ; cutting Thrningtootinakqrt.piii February 23th, 1330. tf \ SS-- .5 a1 Teacherj'derived Sand
.llegoiic&l of i emboiient. of j& and' need>'e.makers;,nail and rivet ', -- ." BY-T3RTUE- ofauthorily in byjar iestS louse doOr, I,shall in.the:.expose-town for of sale AHigator-en'tlre,before the Co rt. cafteityas trial daring the quarter oTthe h4SeU1s*$ 5*

:,onion 'iUe burned and the encirclement; coiners makers;leather bolt and dressers screw-bolt and makers curriers; nail manufacturers cutters;- In"ttie Circuit Court: Iwifl expose'for sale In front' of the First Monday pf March neit>; -improved lot -cloaed'as well'as froitt-tli mo *up.&edes&is'-r 5

dflhe nnibn'of the.States ; ; couri-nouse'door,in the town of Newnansvflle.on in the.town of Conmbu actory fwtimonialiof frnmse.meem, -
'will remain "on- ,.(nteakqva
)
.
ofg.st gtnc and small arms candle makers EASTERN CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. .
; ; Monday,'the"first day of April,1850, * ,. banned _. ,'j .. biscuit and cracker makers; lace makers; ribbon the land owned by the following;named persons, A,J. Sit to the eOn5dration nfpar.nt.-d gIarsat S
Whether this is to"be of.jUiTparUcnlar F weaver*; stone cutters and marble masons-dyers, '" ,>
figure an"fffijfy; IV CHAHCEIIY.RotLUts vIx-" --' ItjaLI who my be desirous fpoiauadiebsit .
FI
person, Tain nota\taretm>ugh I cloth ,washers'.and scourers; coepers;.eider and M ,by,her next friend, Somnoh of tbe land,beingpatt Of th*Arredon and Collector of ciieesaie con S chargein a sitoatioa f rinr Ja uhealuiful&iess is( '
ehee.aacifadursn; nwn, crystal* and plate do Grant, and part of a tract bfjand'-known M 22tt % of locatioa and hetb-imr1sa4&K, -
it about that it .isl&teflded .AligatorN.vember11V .
.
t is whimpered '
r glass mal art;vngar batten sad refiner,with proprietors Tvrv 4 Levj'20,000 aer* raet3evied upon a*the property -, tellectual culture JjafeHor U nootoe?.tt tt* oaii .
MATT!YA'BCWi.Poor M&r' "'Vaj of sugar:plaatatiem; mtnttfaetarers of -- !zK1Ax113.RLLns. of Moses Ei J>vy and'0thersland d signa- .tJnbik c.11n57 5kOtff'1 Sa1S era country., StndenU:maybe'prfpanlatthi* 5 4

-. Yjjr, u* used op tQann indf ed, aid I 'don't railway;barvronnd thu>k that Prince ions .bicktd'bj'' his'rowdy' axle, and spring makers engine drivers and persons U filed in this cause,and proof o([the reudene e part of the Arredondo Grantikvied wop.ai the ." S c- Vjf#j TTp' fr5jr m S

friends and clients the connected wfthUhe vfgeseriflyengineers of the said Defendant beyond this Circuit,. wonertr of the ertate of Peter MiteheO,land dengnated -S House in the. Tows "of,AQirttor. ia said The stricUsi attention:wal blpay W t $ -. -
can eer tnrrf and captain* of ttaam v.usixwagcn S Uu Ordered, 'lliat a nearing take place on tne on-day of tale; auo so much of a l xW County, &a.the. Irtt.Monday.in :Mareh.next, deportment ofth students,both S .
: ..wrentot-pibhc' .laTor-towards bis fallen at stationary engines; lumber dealers sad owner fact*-and allegations set,forth in said Bin,on the acre tract of Tepretented on a map drawn pithia the.'usnal.honrl.,ot, sale--.the IQflDIUgy51g and the Teacher 'The Academy l4P4 -

prent.ThUuth i that :fathet abd-eon of saw mills; veneer cutter*; waeri of planing snaehineryr 24th day of March-next; and that>,copy,ofthi by Messrs Burr Waahingloa a* belonging -ty,to-wit: Lot nutnoer- thirU**;, in the the immediate Tieinur.ot.the viuagf. .of 4a4iofl

,an inach in ,the same pretty pdf4i and bran-tvparating machinery farmers months previous thereto. V ; and Of George-IL MiDf-n** aiid ,'with the rasabEn1'ka '
bolting ; within the limits of lbs ArredftJdo grant, lying nor maybe obtained oa moat ;*
the WiImc4. Proviso will ejnk aJt. lhei 'pahy, and- ersoannsing grain-shelling sad threshing : .. :. THO. DQUGLA3, i4g.&oS ; near Paine' praJrie- air will;pay the State mprovement thereout' containing tape acre of scholaatks year wfll be divided late Vl#is1 on*of"

ttodh taust be'nianyTearfl before the leaders machinery; buhl worker*, carver*,engraver*,and -A true copy t 5;'... ,> > and County tax of Alaebua county for ISO.Mge- hmd.more or ks*.. teried a* the property of Ire months eaih. TM-first: seaMot eadoas4 3 M* S

I can, Iry sincere'and-iheartfelt repe Dttpcevfe- ornament maker* in general;persona employed fa 8. W.RiHrrr, CUrk and-th S al ofeatd" George D. Mffler;W satisfy a decree of:fonclo.TbomacO. >n the second.Monday:injananryrM"iiiwihi : 1 4

.deem ti* paitind) be raised jfroa 1 4;ashes, the manufacturing of gas; nakerr ef copper lad .nofmerte1*tIV1Ib(.Rdn yDonna and end before.tt second Monday in'Jtond ; be MO' -I- *
e ,lead tobtag;linen and straw,paper maker; hip February S3. b.. Tax4tscsircn4cZOT cf Atad&a.Jan.34f Boba,*LGIcTS DiMifler.v'Prop- M eompienee on the.iecond MoMI ln .
ift whichi; eackclotii; they:are'doomed" wnen,harbor master and other..Interested to -- .rtypeiate4; in mrtgp a.in...: ; v and tod on Friday before'A*a 50d54 SIjeeernkrthn

-. mourn their jfreat mistake... A*19vtba .mo- dredging jnaebineryr.well,ipker J astronomers, -the Circuit:Court i; ; -- V -: A..frT'WR1GUT aUowing &sbert:+a4&5 95 S

a posed bon-fire, of course all. NewlVTofk, almost -.. philosophers, and others using phuofophical aparatas EASTERNCJRCW1- OP FLORWAIt { S S wftff aeh tsssiom JStadento w1lbIf$3kM-t -

will be present to *e the .aad instnnnents; inersengmoorzand S- ------------k-_ S ; ; Fi'i'. S 5- pay half the tuitioU fdr a sessfoa in *Liawe& an&-5 L- -*.
other interestedla pumping engines 4 S of 1 WTO oid fbt iii11, : -: h4 balance asa-epacrns pe-4 --- 45 -
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BY Alael wj tr ;
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ia enal* and aqnedoet*;warehouaemen, torn of the Court .House deOr -"' 4 .s-"" S. .
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; aojcssoain Mzt JtLzs 1,7 bet 1510nJ4 Junenett .0 S -ereesS.on
and other* ndng bydrauCcprecdynaaotnetrieran nez County.the.firstMonday .
; was per1ortn4 7rndy iack4cTewicommpa and feed crane: -. -yi.-S : --' -S mneh f Ui laid owned by.the;: beIr ot Waterman 'tairi. S ., .
Jnd5ai worker in metals and alloy tin"plate workers; -4s.BzjAE.R0. nI. fITEDJSr > Is wili ps the Stttz du.tliee for the B 5 ed.IshaUezpoM al in front f the. Antbmet1Goyi -

tbe Supreme .Court 4Ioewn spring ttannfacturer*;. wheelwright*, clock,ma- rtad ng the fcregoin;aid l&atfoa t year 18 ctL.4ogetbei; Will$1 n.4cesry court-house-dsdr/ia thtewn ilf owdanJtifleoa 54leebrs

responded iaot- gIflyJD6rTQt. ker and borolegisti, jrtc., ete. 'etc, 4. U Peter fiparkmsnj wbkh accompanies theeame.'on ez1enees tt ding aI4 ulail5sit Mondayi"the rrt day *fJ*& &: 50U.O' teornetTr,4iatfl *d.sk.t44- 5 5of -

JIe.irnteftbitI 7 Th* publaher*have expcnded"awlarcfl tU1fmosey ttotioB of Jame A* PWknf Eq, : tird ysteland4 w $si4Iazidb.int much of the,land.*owned*' "by' tie" following* 7 .-naneday :- Mttd : : S
SpbierbeinL1 cbunt7i"do tnslTJK/* ''> j -
4 to,get pririnal draWUg of jaaehinery in It fwuei4'Zji5: the tin r .banEiattb I and hinginsaid I -Itocr Solids* 5. -
)fkmUi,5oftbebeizoLWMerWTh. mi ijKtf icTti trtelCf land. kBCjm
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be Mlm .aoved-and Ib ConIc &etionsDifferenttiI lUvt ;
practical use fa- Chi country,and have freeoredalmo abort1 cauMr. ; nlarge o 'tFe11 7 5 5 ;;
.tveTy Work on;tia. subject, whether pain be *et down torhaariag at th.-nextrsrm. ,of I S. U tha-AtkInid and-ClaritGranWlyi :Calculus Natural and Moral tit 4- S rt.'Smenta
JBRADDOiKi
COuxt &ntef river and mosad to.
expTe5ed ? IbFtbOCOUI I ; -k. N.'WSaSTUWIOd ,
: ; linked in England,France, or Pennany, the most LbVIrcniI Court to bebolden ciI ; SheriffiidTaxCollector. : ,
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mmmc& essential part of which Alachai-ad Le'instead of the 2th dy I :> 3r belong S
1e b1 U osble being
$600fl. ia this
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14 a comprised (___l. Ifn..ii w.bvpiL -, -. ltaa m Cdnntr.: ,b44,10 land avuO bythI estate OfU.L..CUaehi adttn df5 Viiueistn.&ter4 ThelhiZ r4 .- SEtdoadxi4iut4pad
tti ib f was a s goed *y LacuoonTy ATpmU yrnoer, ; Tb MblSaheTSha7e penect and tsomprenenke endeavored- 1 JadEek- CIUibI. saiej grant,:being within'the Utaits.of. Arredondopfairia SS
eat-.Psbnes I .lsoio
to najjrreat V Mthat -At' hnbJan7 WU--. .. : ,. Grai ant-biog $ ;
bosomy rfe.fth.nrork ; eaoh page ; 4 S nwett of the land owned,or formerly! npreaextedySwD. -:
contain least
*at times
the number flytRr1t;
of word* found i4 wdiaary page*of th same size, 4 Eeof &p_Iw1 aailsz fraale,1u front of h&CourL and known. ortfe as&Lerj Corhitt>80,000,being acre pfAttf traci'ejaet'4f 1 WseetkAttawMhJP .4 .4'

: The.Prisoner, ducigire3d4hf the This iaaJise seered.to, each;plate working- ; Jtaule do0rin the *OWD of AIllEat4 ,onlb. ll.Tant 19, ee oo/,4 Wiiiblp S -

feat pan of indictmcoV, mznifedtoQ baald amplAiMandelearneis m 7toI14mct5nstsi7 .,to machine that a me- Feb.intrfct. & t! : : .tb1rtMud5y in&7. ad Uu $ Iff,-ranrt 20,-section-U township, ,raage 21, 5' LSBNTIN .
deribe' :
any -
< ; ed to '"" .nrthe4-nr0nrt7enuo the eethon iz;tbipTh rangs 21heIed.poa as -
wWe eaotioo.erideotlr waking f ; tszdul thereOI.fOi
4eesot7 $ td'WnshiplO
lbs tsto etlon -
5 C.rtofth.Vs1tid .1.4
::' fa first b.pn'bl *rt, Wshrt 'determlned .' I sad b.necetreXpeue. the pTOpeTtYOfJ.O Frdat1 :
to4 perfectfirm, r* 1LO1UDAS ; $ leetbos 5,townshIpS ruse l9ctioa -
lnge
'aoMof the nheijitdETjbe gardUw of cost', to make t1.workocte a* -ORTPJDI51'RIC- -- - 5 inSidd *.tht. &drEI jeeondr&t 6,townahl 19 levied*pn U the
4 1 .. hV potable i sod t I* hoped sveryone des&ou* to A 1ad, Fcryoa'theSivsanM pronert'of Wm ; trusteetale..on meek S S
inort
pbtaiu the worlc wiH proeure it.$tened in num; ,7PTICE 5isLt Amos ofth.AdG gowned o$ E teri22 -

J berc wth .intet1ie. 5iD.sDo 5.- OfJOb-U4 ia.iad dk ti Rj
? wbjitb&And i J e worV'wfll b?Isuued in'semi-monthly''nnm- Judr 4t ald'CCtIrtMIe j APJ Term J-* bY Mary&.'Lgwls-wlTe ttJinrt<<*/ H.liwie rs 5'5

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bees,'eommenditg to Jaauar/, ISO, and will] IiG; fhW reqaired by Jsv.jo J be b51dfl; tb/ That ,etei W* A f !fIJ**>
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eNeTiethiibtb4 Ja4res* & wU1 : Monday of April will bf idiouraedt9! tne,A bIrdS S aatd Cc/.Lectcw G1tbd COt51V mUch of the'lan&beW part-thArreJon4 .5
hb fIb11I4 -
$ :
) thehelss of NathaaIII'lfl p
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'- etaii1rbn bI cberer1' b $ bambar.q4eomp wiLt
ri, ,etboui pointed n$.Ii-ia-Vd mi.-sl soma.bof I S5
tdtbI rr t 7esr,10 & erst dijoont via : NiC Ieu1ag'ch oLf tW Adonrant r' 5

b1i1ii pount7
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pottt "H J t flgfcrf ; *.*; will eontioae tea month*,w1tlavacstitWlo.Olltbl.i eocnty for the y rW -

I SIX S S WEE iA feR iT fcrafHi *thi .- ;-Cftj.SchoolU tot MicbttK *2 .- p -a '5 I '

I. pp t 5fl0.JbdgeQfPTabate-! ; '
pRTJ'G s County.f Jtfonr>e for letter*cf.kdluIgtt5tiOIedtheEtalecfth.1steiobnGeert iromlias to de-' .tb.rl0teatMteO f n; ;JOEr snXi4i cuExB1JPiNGWL1--454 -

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:nOF t.dN1CUO14A'SSMITfl, moTe$CbOinZ$will be reOeJ''S 5 54 ; a "i a4 S
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PnEer-MfJi'' "" .' ing subscriber*' to- take their'-thowe -" .ftlil4 wide U I-
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> iolM t J5cforeUio; expiration'ii thoa-we now.proposerV>5? "' vs r [ ibTJf1A 113ZVAf? '
f I v, ;Evtry member of 6 cluV/o subscriber'& 1'w 141t l vf-niv5 T- = vf -p! $
&c any r JS* \4!& A UIJ AA> jP VK Wp nira.t.ie is
tbefoThwhg any tithe w4ehal1 each bl entitled |0 IheT four '. iy-jf i< ,'T>r<' ri>T rtB.'t't Thi -'< 4 fcllowintf Uaatiftil ienptira.P plates *'th M'eebke --p from the stagy'bfthn ly: ,-_' SL- liT i ftB/Ji-/!** 5-
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the1rt ft "The Two ab t&anyboth frt the, Idn eont age of infao- uew
p ttz.F4eM1 CYery'tUbC- MarjalsJ th< of
M- aid-tb and ure age men.he
t *taote Yigofn
lp9 oa.jrro ir AlVerti: m liberal UVcraBc >l>tt.eter1" ;. .: -- 4 teeM hngDet-1tabae: and antidote; egress the c tufIMIii' '

;.PT mhjmrmitted direclo 4'e| pttblfadicr- 1>: 4 -;*. *iid Its efl iffdphePt-ere laid wasfipflinmereTjmaaoAta. -- ; 51r
v wifuUnuencQ .
eJJady.B-Booli? byth $ S A at: ,
/; for,jmirilffepTiUbj'aovcral _. little 1qhUdcXMrW .Petr1 k toodeoi'wbIcb ,
fthj? hundred gpod tfgniVi JM.V .,***.& **tyZPt*' -Jelt'.he -- -1i'
Postmaster .afidv others-""WBdHig.Clubs .511hliget r
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aX-cry : 'r- ) partieleaef scarlet eiVitlo1*;,&. large )uInptomething -
rtoD ILr e.4oyern $Jir emLt\ to orie-name.t; It la no IncotiyenioJiCa U them,andwill -* r, 1 1ik.abile and at loaat twq'4nches in A; _S _
W A jrcal iayorlo-us. b 4, ; ,
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for' u.., ; qimnUtt'of.Jnest; mtter.&nd.deS ? ,
; 1I- ; t1aa.'WTgiTqu/intHy;was'1 discharged'-frota,the ;, ;.
1500 ''The town,eenJing.usUoe.; largest fmmbe?:oi Rili. ; -
mailSubscriber forl8Cf>}will W entit the. the-dtsehaVgejthey two -
d Jo pa1rinofeer stocpiffc( -
Lady>Book for l85rg.atiatd the'next in trurn JtrtajEof SAiND APARIL'LAr'jrhfiSk' -W*
Af ieWif* tnlttVttfjft liTOlhntr! 54on8 00 Mreacb. _S
snbscribefbhall'reccive, 'any.one"of,the ; N RTTtz- oted v'comiiae'wirefte.Ayngonly'one :
r cq i5 .09 ebore-4ites; - -- r -I : 4S.ron bottle*For, th behefit otbos.mffe' $ ;l '

,esameielMrged : Addressv lA113 ibg-from thabjtneftd'efiecti of tM3hoVribledi|tfts i i;
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: :*.* Caesriut- street, hiie1Ibia? URE'-OKALLiTilEASES RlSIN<5'F ;-: !trieK'ariUbepleaied.- -.' I
ae1IiieVw3th tbppi :
: ; '' ''' /)/MUN-1MPURK-STATJ5- -tj' Mt0 correctness of tbjs 1
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Ed&torI4 iaIee ret pcn beiet.iciii /.THE BLDOU Oil HABIT OF THE, at hisyeaidende La1tbuqroSun
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arE 4 iS>yy a tt r tp.i fw rtisfiiB-t -.# -$ SBEM-yiZf % : ;; !, '

ReBjcfo Vph$*ry. p
fnlbtSa r ralls; | '. ft : -- .-.- iu1qncotL1 Up1&flJfl7iPQIP I SiWl 'Ut4I.I'4- )'?
&W.TPt'BLl6HWd JflIjf$
'**- L-* *- *- L.LA ARE, >; AK
iad. aeblotchec, .bilrJ,rhron)8ort eyts 6B
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.. 7 T";""! t nngwori1 i w.
: -' ; > ix ; ( -. ) :-. m
-:- -. -.-; --.> : 4d teUtrsCwald food enlarstmcnt and ,MM e( 4Memii.
Of the; D.atxi Of tfee Tier: John Wesley. tAe ,; f QimtA 56 & ;
: irn. .- -- UGlAYtD1N.rHZ'' IIIGTIUJTThLpVART, rntme.thtcw; or'himhegofarn diSeGIU'kef .Sandss entkniFroin .whatITiatxperieneed ;

Tilt TAIDAD AEI&2c: 1U10D1caL.k ;*na.from'tne formaOon'Jt iarnceptly. ;;e:4: ; ; 1s'o'o i0 *?*-
;wibtcs or'drcp y.ezposibPLor imprufentsi* ) ;
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: Jeeeired from ajiwrnber f-peraotfa cbrg I f, i.n.eiknown UUIS jUrNOK H
AFTER. 'CELEBRATED ANkc 4 "y*> *.wj v 4f vfkc yraci >w* VTBU-V Mtev*ucrog ViVpHiJ respectability;who hare used our$4rmpariUa, .zRza ortb

4 niiuus 7YftiS.Iine_ 1350.ii *--, OFMAEffllJC J ,11.1 eafcifb bare not the Uatt dOUbt but tha JtUWIZi4 ala4kbIe WfD L *AkI1vA 1ieie
ac.qVireIaTecyestend-
IrJjrTrvnrffrl
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Among,the many-good me'n.j j bo.-hare epett ; ie4icin' al.thntimeons ertIMe4 polltd OrlitnJtt! *
rTI1T IiD41d tiiei '* or'J& their live in 'rT.ed'aetab1iebd yniati&iiheiyit areet-e&of itfi UIIyPiStIDCd-S fjasrksasd3he sails
iI) Graham'- the Bervioe? f
.*tmbMtaktn country by, UPT fewerer exerted a greater nflnence for goodlhgn. hasTjeert-DseuJ-'based ientirtly ou! its p.t n'jherits / .nd of ,
prIi .-igbr Li thIs ,, jalwtyg toodta did JOHN WE&BTW th Ugh powers intellect Thich Stji nperioV efficacy "jiis alone utility areTerj-ex1ensiT andtat diirJi(>needrolmt :riae: jtha4neubt wh had tbeeu beeaaedftf* :

literary excellence andjrrtcu>fX bcantyin circnla* be united *. gentlqnes* )f dispositipri. which ena bumble ejrortattincrease4 themr-J want'.all. -as' ndaaved thosoer1dns th/pwclaUMtw .*. 1 -
tion and reputation it Lii jt i on 1850 bled him at the, *imft afflicted by dtseaSfrt*become ac'anAmtepT fronr .5c
; ; already-for same lhat.ho; touched' the 4tevtt1 ewoeandiicnntacteaBine'.andbOno who arft frortcrtw i-'s" v ft ** -- ?
greuenh1 jnon ataaltalfSiaftrel* |fr the lond' tend hords.of tw hunanhciiiiy .to cvinee'theUnderstau4lcg 1taty -with tboe1ctir.'and power ofyoraluab10. moi4ciio5 ; tmfii.iK&'pama?. ;:

waist*which,, omes frwt.! een reafofedio .' '-- + 5Know1n. I'IdflV'' .
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vnTh17eFut.EtThin: {' '?,.?:! ': ;-.r. holy precepts of the Gosp i tf ilie p omuT"Titcd,' .- beeofuousatientcerewithU1 ; -.j'4s: ; --..denc-d ZperteucldsVi5d I
; fcjf Q Januafy puniberls And when vre'take-intV1 consideration .that bis ers,1oathtom tO '5'S .j5-r -'i.rIreTlardbd i- ; AlB %.jahen4able-dvautsge *o inenkind

already.-exhausted, ajnftto -!>t onr> eupplr, .wathought'tflu manifold labour* of usefulness cxfrended'to a".pfi- himself and His\tnnkeh'} na'de"and : : n4ChejnIsts, icxi ..sieaswoId b ahstdirthI'
) have been,' .afJS.rx &eOID.qfiia1 JEDtaox nod of more than half a century-that during tie &D. Drggst5 Botice/whaa ft*inMtiniable;virtue
Yor.SoldaW
& f* ntwj ftr ifto*. The -vast, lncreastf whole period Jin.unerring-course of. rectitude,was Vhor lln4r p OW'l1O'dgoaned .riUMHlBlN, corerfWIiain.IeW thiwghpn T"i the United aad"ppre iia Z.7-"r.TJ I ..tune.fiaareamej,: ijie ::
th
generally
%by Druggists
of Ita Lcrctoftirai-'tnifiwaUcllcd list of subscriber manifested in his walk inppIied -
and conversation '
cease fT.eLLED ,
stt
enables I ha )bvrs .to to woader the 1ananIar4rrderschionic Stales-add Canadae Pnce ;$1 ,per Bftttlej 'ORqxD AND iNQ
*, pubrr promise their very bigh-dcgeeof. estimation DottlerforS5 : k 'Ii,nIanflraCcuredj9Iibe ayg 1t5cIeand Is
... readeaa succession oq&emWra of beauty acd excellence with which Us .memory .is cherished, not only by ad.mnytbercomplainf5 pringIngli4rn. /'For-saleln'.JacJcsQnVnie: -'yi T- thxougbolit th inth ad1redtb ofthe (
ieb as can be rq1d by no periodical the inembereof tJe du.mlnstion'totbeIng ; by4 -. | :41 aa'teoa t Is todn4
derangement and tte
In the -world; j1" ; of which hliuntirlng energyandezepiplary pfecretiVe orgaips 4 :no2 ; :. : : : -
Those who have alrtaJ/fj-n'the January nnm- pIety but Jy the trul piotieI circulation Vtebeerira5w.d asifweiiB from 'SPmusTOIMonticello -,Unuie W* 8iP.Tiwnteo
tier need B asmraneca p&l? excellence;and for I olevery sect.- the rack'o f drsease, an&nowwiflregenerated ; .'-&. rTaUahoBSeei G. K* iad neret eaanee. btufor the'Jwnnr

: thos.wh have tut, w .:f'Cfi# affording the nn- The deathof1Veey! was."perfectly consonaaifith 'constUufionsr iad1v-lestifr to the ?efficacj ;IlESDKicKsos( it Co>.','fiiiratmah-.jr -:" zfjlllis 2 babett paredicisitflc kiwwIedBft frtucifltt of Ob inUtry by,ytcitiaijie awl the

prejvdkedand nisoli ittJrtiiise.oft>theiis. "The th"CTen rectitude of Li protractr'd.lFft, and of thistunony inestimable erieiof mc aivnave en neon ornugni mw
preiafromspe' end oyyMljnntry 'to the ether 'adds another td the'many proofs that the "end of ;jiit;j-aia vii.-u&t> .a- tbeotaaufaciure of the Old Ora

echoes the public Toiec'trt-ja jioancing raham**, the good man ie peace;!' %The closing icene of the of>lhose jwho,hae.been cured byits. ; apiurilla root, U well known to wedicaj)

Maraime jo bo the attest! Arid most be'autifulperiodical life of'thigyenerable Jnanij the one which Mr. iise\vith their. residenccs s beerT'published 'wiirbe ped"btidflrst, many medicinal-tH-operiiea.aod,'aojiw

that as ever Ibero Jj 'nrd in any country": Claxton has #o' happily! chosen.!a*r the subject of -from time to time:and-were it deirab1 -amass -,.Monday in June.nextat9o.'cldckiAaLj-: are'ioert'eriiele and,Mher-which- It
For.rar8elvc8, neeure !In-tteftith of onr rast body hial aatifnl paint ing-a faithful copy -which, fthmot hminteMirnoncoula la JACKSoJivittB, East Florida ?,-.;* 'vivi" -preparing it ,ft-me; produce;/IP5ItJtI4
(,bseribersfwe lauk; tf 8 wefl i* 'defy the tnffaved in an tlrgant manner f wo hare thought ov Separate learns will be fitted up fof>th accommodation "which la iDjnrions the ytienufSome f
putiyeffortoteompefUendnL{ 'Eery'at- would be a memento which thousands would wish' -be. 'b.roueht'.forward--prQv1ne most ot young Lads and MisseSj wherc they lies of Sananarilla' are x> twofithat
lost In she .
tempt to,steal tbe Lion'e Mn>, by. our imitators, to hare framed*nd hiing1 up jn the parlour. ?In conclusively itsiiestJmab1e.yaIue.rhe af will be lnBtrncted- :..theeUment&y and higher ;syaporilftd by a are,cc7ibftc roceIs,
produces-roar whici -fnti} be discomfittipg'.to' orderto'enable such "desire to do this to gratify flicteJjand those yho have.;nott used, this tranches;of"an--English and classical edvcation experienced preserVe iii Its'msnn1cture.Moieover

anT9iig thort of the o tazen pretensions. their desires,-Mr.'Sartain. who stands at the head jnedjcntar Invited Haniate't a'.trial ot fite and young meft-win befitted for College or for lUtprieijtu, whichttjfS la raj ,.& a*
-. of his profession in the United States, has been professional life'ln tfiLatin' and.break classic, tion. onder heat, are the veryr .iitfaZ
HEWAKD : PREMIUM. engaged to engrave 'thia elegant picture'in:his tbern'pe1vesthebencfitn &nd in be ;philosophical. and M ntK An f tAttt eci- lie* of the root, which give to U alt U* ;

'nti.Fjusr Jiminui,":;* large and >plendMmeuotint best style relyiflg'trpbn an*itensiT patron which italon&caibestow.-. ezices5 t ; _: S- -- -UAny peraon e&a boil or *faw ibe.Toot :.Till :
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raYingFizr, hnaking a most ezqniite age, the price has been put eo low that none Who I -- : -- --t -l lLARRAXEMENTS.4 4 tark colored licrr.U'which 1*-more front
"TRUTH IS STJlANGERT10N1 THAFIC. ID thkooL-thft
; picture for perlor or v.dy, is offered-to any desire itneed be witboot it. The Engrariag is of "matter from.any thing
i '
strata ihls-
-S thea iosipitT or rapid! liqoid.
eubscribor. Tbs' rnuiim is far THE yEABAwiJLjie\divided info- four quarters, -
$3 enperiorto a large eiz'e, suitable'--framing, and will .be. 'lour.'inolanev and then 'call- It :
>s"ach with: intervening vacations. }
of about 12 > ,
offered eheh re. the-best '
any quality ofbeavyplat. I SYtfitJP. But ueh-I Is
printed EXTRACT'or
in a rery superior mannereaeh' impression paper:pre The attention bf,the reader-iscalJcdtp the .-The dawiH bare two sessions s the first, knownthe ;,. .1 -*' '. i* '- :
i tRTJtE-CIOICE. the"xtse from 9'to>12 M.V-:and the second from 3 to 5 P.M. .
senting all the beauties ofa frit, datt proof and /ollpwing astoiiifihing care, 'tfiected-by GENUINE OLD flit JACOfl
For Three DolIa ,-3a advance, (par money in will be furnished at" of Sands* Sarsaparilla: Wednesday mornings will -appointed-to t: / SARSAPAR1LLAV .-1; ;
the State from whicl{ H it! remitted,) one copy of -exercises in-English composition and declamation. -
ttat Inert
f- This U alt th
Graham and a copy cf a THE FOLLOWING CacerAtLT/ PKICBS. This i jt-o certify that I-have-a;colored woman j After ttr* first-term; no pupil win be received, i Sanaparniaroot M prepared are first removed, every'

,, .ARCIAi MAGSIHCENT PRU'T, 1 Copy, i 2 50 1 Copies, $12 OQ whO baa been afflicted for the last five years vwith except at.or near the beginning -of the session',' i. of becomingacid or of revmentatioo;i*
3 Copies, '6 00 1 13 Copies, 2000( I Scrofula* and all the remedies I used had no effect and no pupil for less than one term.Board ,- I rejected; then everyjiarticleof medical :
by adi8ti* uishc considered one of the.cjf-v beautiful specimens of 20 COPIES FOR_THIRTY DOLLARS contrary, she constantly grew worse; and ,after rates per month, for pupils from the country; and Ineapab! of losing any of it% ralnabl

art ever presented'by any magaiine publisher.- So that members of congregations and others, esjiending between $70 and.980 with physicians, parent*-and guardians, who may'desire to avail propertiearrepared in Ibis' w yH I*
And also, a new and cautlVilengraving suitable by sending together and forming clubs, can obtain besides using vtber popular remedies without success themselves of.the facilities of this Institution, for powerful eject in the .- ,, -

for framing,of a Kacbd fc'ul-ject, this most impressive picture at till the disease had eaten away the cartilage the education of their children and others, may be Cure of innumerable

.. BEARIKG THE &.C 'IOfE TO THE TOMB, Only VM dollar aud-a half a .eopy/!{ of her nose, made its appearance on various parts assured that no exertion will be.spared to ensure Hence tide the in Its reason Ctvor why by menwnnen-and We hear i
b the health comfort and knowledge of every
and bad its in
of-her body, finally commenced ravages progress '
p preparad and at a heavy cost, as a bed of. the of the Prin find It doing wonder In the cure o( .; (
expressly very Surrounding dying patriarch are in the roof of her mouth.In all who may be entrusted to the care VrSPKPSf.1. !

Premium Oift to ntw eubacribcrs toCra1nun'Mpzin4 nineteen figures, representing the following per-I this dreadful situation, with the prospect of cipal. 11UFUS SEWALL: fLJllJfT OJfSPMPTlOJf.and la V,RHEVMATtSM- .
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;.'Or, desired, we will furnish in lieu sens, (of many of whom accurate portraits are giv] death staring her in the face,' I stated her Principal. PILES, COSTlYfJfESS. ; ;

of either of the above prints a complete set of our en, from originals of great rarity.) case to Dr. DisoswAy, the agent for Sands' Sarsaparilla ,TICJfS,-PIXrLKSt BLOCTUES,and : : :
t meuotint portraits otLhe Kev. FEJIBO DICKINSON. in Newbern, berth Carolinaby arlilnr from '"' -
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AMERICAN UEBOESOF THE LATE WAR WITH Rer. JbsEru BBADFOED.Mr whom I was advised to use that article; and 'tomy Jacksonville Female Institute. V IMPURITY--THE Florida'i

CHARLES WESLKT. surja-ise aud that of my neighbors, to whom II posiaafea a nwxvellon efficacy to all

Miss SABABVEKLEV.. her case was known,.after using four and a half f AIE Committed Direction has adopted dig! from Miftitiot, .liiJitytfUu
4 FiFire Thilat,. wo'1)oie8! for one year,and Rev:THOMAS ILtNKIX.' bottles she-was restored toperfect health, and that -JLthefollowing: regulations: unequal circulation. detennlBatioa.of! blood'
of either of th Prints to each subscriber, Mrs.. AC lloanns talpltation of the heyv cold feet and heads
a (
copy ; in the space of three weeks-, and was abfo to work ,,S ThejSeholastM Yearis to consist-of four terms
For 2'i'n Motion, rive Copies for one year, and Miw RITCHIE, afterwards 'Mrs. MOItTTTEIL.Rev. in two week from the time *hc commenced* taking of eleven weeks each: : and Ctldt hot and flaahe* ver the ted body. Jthaa. .

a copy of the.Magtzfio to the Post muter or per JAMES ROGERS. ,- it. -*. .j. '& Orthography, Reading,Writing, and Arithmetic and centla pnapiraUon Ctaf* ; relaxias promotes atrtptur*
ron forming-.the Ciin>, otrd either of the above Master JAMES ROGERS, a child seren'years In witness of the truth of this- statement I have per term; 84..UThe.above, with English throat, and every otbef part..>. ," ,'',
IVinU, ora ct of IVjrnuU to each sobacrihcr; age, the only person tibw' living' who was then hereunto affixed my name: this 19th daV ofSspt.i Grammar and Geography per\ternv $5. TTbeabove.with Bat la nothing Ii Its excellence more *
/< .Vtctnty LiJ&n, JJfcrcn Copied for lone present. -* l&tf. -* the higher branches of t an Engliab xnd ackaowbdeed than lit all kind and :

ycarj'and a'copy c0ier of hc Prints,or a act of Rev JAMES CEEio +a. .- -. JOSEPH McCQTTEn, J.;P. education,'embracing Algebra? Geometry. Hiatoryj S, -,1:;: I IALECOMPLAINTg. ;
? the.JKortraiU toitehNbectiberand A of the- RCT. ALEXANDER MATHEX.RpBESr ? of ttnir JKhu
copy a Magaiine to the rot* nateror person sendicg the C. IIUACKEN BURT. Mouth of Neupe River,. Craven .Co.-N. C.ULCER' .- Chemistry;,Geology/ Astronomy-llheto.rfe; fOtinf /arro; Oitr*e . Clnb,'with a co iy of ath of the hirge PriiiU as an Rey. JOHX BEOADBENT. % Logic/and..Evidences x of.jChristianltyjperterm, N.ssea.hregZanlj\ Of IhA raeaitraal

b -a4aitionvrmIuw. g Rer. THOMAS BROADBEXT" CURED.OF. "SEVENYEMtS',. 96 Each quarter'to' be'paid tojhe-Trcaeurer, like; and U aa nesinal la curing alt,Vie. "
5a.1Dsuas.--.j vft ,fV. ."
( 1ev.Goioz WRirrnto .STANDING. 1 -,- -
p'SOFFor the cojgrniente.flf those forming < advance. ? **' -ymiiov1 ob.tzncuun; sad :
ii ev. JONATHAN Eroio so.v The Scholars will be trader tbo--caroM instruction -
aytenvittte.tnM; > an4
Clubs in. connection viL\ other Publications WenjUiW -
Jon! llrmrosr Es.j[ one" of.'lha" Elecutor of This ctIefwai effected -Jn1y,1844; of an;ejperieneed Female Teacher..,i> *' -' ? sad thus cure*all form 6f- *?' &:
we'viUtend I Mr. .WKsttY's wlu. .; -- there have .be'en'np fymp'toms of. a return, Provision has been made for instruction la Lja vNerroua diseases and

p One:copy; of the Magazine nnd One of the Saturday Dr.. JOBS -WBITEHEAD, Mr. W S atEi's Pbysl-, and her'health Mill contihuca -good.."July. tin, .French/Painting-and Drawing'and; Marie, aw4 thee prevent*,or.relieve* afereif,

.livening Post for Fvtf DMnn. and-Eiographcr.-- for which additional charges wiJ1btme4e. I. maladies,, as rrtm1.'re1 ,
., Oueof the'Magatinjt and Two of. the Post for Medical Mistant to lr) 1 7 UITEREAD. 1848.' The first term commcncc on-the 8th of'Octobernext. 'Dextf Sgxunimf f.fitiptit fittf Enr4sc
'FirtUoUart. V York, U.eleAate*the blood) excites tae-Hertn
Agents, for tbesaieof thVfiae-work of p.rtAe 'I'T: : *" -4 ->' ._
Three ooptar'of 'the*Magazine and Four of the for admission*, rbe bETIi4de to t1o ,lonel tb -
Applications
wanted.In every part of tbeUnited.Statez.- fc M sert 1,. AwDss-3entiemep--1consder.ft-but Uere tha bowel o'sorpor and.eon*iln i>
Posjl for Ten Dotttrs. further particulars, address an'act justice to you .to' state the-following the Committee of Direction.- *. Jaainutloa.pttrine the' *kin'equalize'the
Four copies of the Magaziae and Two of the Post ." GLADDING k I11GG1X5, PuMr8Ke'rV, 'facts in referent*to the great benefit I receiveAKn 3. M. DANIEL ..':: t th< blood, productnr jentler! warath-- '

tor-Ten Ddbirt. f Mttbodiet Book &tore, Xo. 40 North Fourth the cure of.an obstinate CASCESOUS Ut.csaon Df.1 H.D.iHOLLAND,1A. ; -the bodyed'ths- *. $ -
Sib: *f of the Ms azlae nEd Xine of the Post StfCBt'T*"T jrltilT*>iJ '. s ; wy breasts 1 ,. uierore aid rlthtaefi rwnovea *i>:ob
; I .. .__: ; 4 '
"twenty DoUart. T "" Direction.
jfor ., 't Cotnmittrt tartawatea th* entire of rvoniysteiri4'4; *
iA was .
Thia Elegant Engraving .will1 be furnished aueuooieiguweniu9utnriuyareguiar --------L-- -
:: CREAT OFER'to TOWNS. wholesale and retail' by -Methodist Book Establishment ana ekilful physician,assisted-by'the adr'ice and fiey. 1 .SWART,- 2zwe!.- The oediclnc .-

200 St counsel oft>ne of iir most-ablo kind experienced JaekKonvllle 71849.fffTAKES \ ; flutci fthet1e .-
Mulberry
Th'e; Post'Office"ofjany town in the Union,from :>New'York, and July kifrnor anicIetTMnniinia's iL4flki-
without thop.atJefitwhatever.All .
which we'shall reee'fc the crteatest number of eafccribeni1o.4'Grah fay their Agent throughout th*-tinted States; surgeons -
m'a MagatinC-*. tieyear -..Th4 purchaser of. this rEngraving will please .the .various rJf!. lfiodsof; treating cancer were -5- --
during
ethuda otolMr 0 RANDPAIYr Thiit th -n
to for fire weeks in
resorted breast
between'the flrig oi January; 1850, and the bear in mind that this Plate baa been engraved by waa burned; with- cuiistwrthree fmecesnon times my this method to announce;W the-pub-? /?ABLE of DETEKIOB AlWX. i

first f January, 1S3 (tneiMagaeine.to be mailed Mr. Sartatoexpre5jly\for.thig-edition, and that for six it waa dailjrayringed.with a week a 'day.'and solution' 1B. tie that abo will keep open her Boardingllouse'during -- : =.
to such Pout pffcewto rabscrikers through it.) the impressions therefore'be all of the firat or t1e: .winter 'tor the. reception, oi I the other DOES
of nitric acid and the cavity of internal nicer While $"f irinffftnuntitir ;
*ball.be entitled tot tentiunance sf th? rioie der, and Platti.not inch'are' ; taken from ueondhand BO large that it held P>'er ap unee of the solution was Boarder* and for tee accommodation,of.,strangers/ 4ig.kU1e1sonnLEnhRgli UvJa fragoteatt -

bnraber of s h CTiptkiA grfllvitmttly;for one year Engtiilt The doctor probed the .ulcer;;*nd Cramined.'lhobene or'travellers generally. .Grateful the Very liberal -I liquid eiplodin jf.-and d-inag1ng'othcr good:
After thte'x'piratran of the pear for which'the nbecrjption : patronage hitherto extended:to herhe will I this horribto-eompoond be poUanoor.to).Jhe
and eaid the dlwa
: f X : ewas, adducing rapidly '
f. > > .'v 'a '
5 .
ahall havebn! pijA. .- spare no efforts 'to give aatiafaction to alL,,Her What! a dit. sy1ts4lr1edf
ThaMaeaciM: wMj ba ontinned O'HJ either'M "1-una man, i anddecm nothing which relates to tothe lungs' and If J did not:get tpeedy.relief bymedicine'pr hoUse ia'commodious, and .situated in a pleasant ., What.anse. yjiepsla-but acldtDp we
tiori-the result "
by an -would'J
"f oper> >efatal.
nan-foreign to my taling*: thatwhea food ionrtjnour.itomaeL*.
0 .lb. aabecriben them.'jtlre*] or to the agent thixmgh4rb.0m part oftietdwn.A T"L
the
I bare _
to breast
was advised laid Ppen K prod ces t.flapitenc he nb ,- )
we'may'reeriij* lb. .ardr* forquantities, &Man1. JacksonviflO, Oct. fl1849.- > r-; '
and.U e vbose.a exaui'iftedj but finding: no Belief ( .j heart, rivet 6inp1lint, 41zba, *
and to whom4hc,itkage or packazntty be di- & LiEE 'from what had been dohe, and feeling waa rap* corruptionof the blood Tx What ia Scrofula, ;
reetedorto b.tb i,. reaiould, > both In beumeowdtMb.e.oPi4y.bo e j' 4 the 1
ifh 4dly getting worse,.! almost.despaired -ofrecpv- JMKSpyVllLE/UOTEl? nnmor body -Whatprotu-jlj
; ,* which egupdonsof.thskje, caW
;, t C9&tUreflet. ery .,i and-Considered my'casei_ nearly" )hopektf.W -, ;
$ 'L'oetae.Ckttemtobe 're-ii"id. Ad- 't5 RbetmLErralnelaa.WWW SweUIpta.Perar
) .- V :
$;:$$ \ > V i.- MV'-i S
*eesMUkJ; *a I'ATTE1tO v.* rrti.. -. -- 'i'MHQtolioinMttfw .an aJpWafionrtiivsrnal and ezleraal Il: la
'Seeing *Vanoua testimonials and ercis'.ofcure
KlKLNQN.EELF.1'BESERVATION.! ; 4erizeav.nbbten idsbtascawhIcii
a
& ;j> .2!.' : St.. Philadelphia. -s I -
the o/SAsris'SAifSAPAKiLia.'in I .
f -by ,use. cases *t poi)4 all the flold* jfif the'bodrvtaora L4PS : ; ;'-. ? ; ,; ,,. t ijimilac, to my )wn{Ijconcluded to'try a-,few* botr lasa f LCUSi RheotniUJinr bat. tourer Venf x0ni
-G9bffs: 3d0 FOR 1850.Cbmporiion Bookjuei published,'is filled .with useful lea,eetenu fj'hiewer .u ed,'Jbnt a tettlMtwetft jotattajHi $
of f Oaf and teflaraiBf th dellcBt0 iae ::
character
iea.rpn-the inftoniliM ji44jpeuee deep eatid MydiOa5eroducddno
respectfully. oli -'.F ure tbfservuaadiaies.if
4efievn Godey and'iheof1ef.. of the -Generatire>'Organ*. Itladdreaees. itself I r rr decided change.r Considerjng this as thE on patronagfwhich baa hltbe tb been-beslowedufton. laporar.
dns4.di eIIeialiQdsuty.vhich
$ alike to YOUTJi; iiOODOVfETo : :probablo gure for my CasO v Iparsetered nntillha4Ueaa thir well Known establishment.-/Jn draet.the.* tTter sbomnaeive -

all'WB !.aptorebeni *hsiiffef under thedire waa eutirelycure&.Jt4s now.bver eleven lo/m'cril it, they hat4 enlarged and thot t4i Pe4te16: pag eg,wjiicb eena* eD ,i bf eArly orprotong d indigcretioflsito months-alnce.the cure waa completed; there not repaired bunding;and7adopted many:imptovementa ire, to
*' bllaTtaen thai enean413oreihi the all who'feel lh. exhaustive effect) of edentar -tb*slightest; appeanvmsecf a return.prvMwtemyttlf ,-/i/&errfoi-e 'promote. this health-anil,comfort of

.:;otbetVb.detphi: sithy.? HtfaTe 281'" i- ry.and hane&Ihabite- o'all who;'iq addition"todedlajng w LLVandr the cnre en1re1y.j their"guest-The old' friends of;the hona WJU :

IF ipeng,1chwete ventyolored.M -phywctl energy/iars'the ictini* of>nervous fated by SASW SARSAPAEILLA liooknodinntof.iikyktnillibiiingtlu certainly deem itan advantage that the table.will. s4yeh4wou1d af*JI 4 iewt6odtbf;
i>airj> wakk ia 126znor -than and mental debility and-of taftpmg*nd melancholy time lwu'uij g bounder the superintendence of on t experienced b1'owsend Gei i* Sart<&
f on* and. UO jnore.tta.ri tb. *th r.' V.GoAeft 50Ddeney.. i D .1 rv.'wonld'say-r''' ''" ', ittiior,1zaveItakcnanyMce4 ... j4.3'VPle ,-.' -. Hostess,'by wnoae.aid they flatter themselves they rr/vnpNof nl rnretwrprpHratlorf!!' <

? '-. ladftSfok fi ISSOahall Burpaas that ..'AiIgt1QQE: 8tf eicnsethis.Jong dejerred acknowlodg- shall pot be ivalledlyenyt1fotel'ji the South ; Hevsa forbid that *taldjlear.th< !
.jOf 1SI9, .dTneec&' ll icagatinee past, present; iVlho: tduabUWric O1'Whi6bLIhjpk: it my i d tyto io tke>;Your being nowenabled"by"the! constantiteani) cbmmjiTnicaUdnl ; -WOUM bear theTa *tdl, tajitncenbUaee*> ;
ajdinjpr'easiya'war
lag-Jt valuable:$afpapnilla.cUred me.with tke blessing asrsd'i.-rStsistac4-which* ( ies, wmpreveuLdrI.pftineeand 5UffOXkraM With Savannah and Charles ton'to hate. 5p14 OT..UGh&OIOli&LZOd osomp&.,
---1 Tcr-C4' ofdivpePWvldonoe) tybep nothing-tlse.tould; the ef the ne'znarket itfes
n adtn-postge
paiL 'rs annnallyiboueeuh4 i.4ye knd I feel myalf nuder biating obligaticM to advantage ofihose. -tlnoaom Atentwl3have IQTJan4
you. In,addition-, they bring to-the bttaines ravc.
II e- Farjyeadingit willeaz bow to "1 can many'thing .writer and I an experin
say cannot : :"do *of! ) which.iri -
the d trae&wu oCjbeIr'tib3l4rn, I' TGJ'AremittaDe4 T- moot ladies ence amay)1 year, 'eaaUe them to
-- in alet.4wr rtspeotfully-iwite aflllbtedL,,!-haye inde better tbe>inean, >/: ftttei dingto the want- Viwtslii isnnfend;
teen to call me,and 1 will 'that
'. ,.S _z__ -- ,'mcfy-tJitote ytfftftur Erigrattngm $OaJe..4 Dh-X-LCToJ..JN, _, W eor- _bf th4-tzutha; upon stateitab Ve 'aatlsfy theni fully of thoBoWho$ visi&themad, limate-ef Tlorldftfor.thepQrpojea .
? / VM copy orte yraf uire.uari, witu any twdof a44nsnyother of health or pleasuret % j I': $bat they'aret4Iik. 4sbasthE
the folio wing ff-l JdiJ prctninni platee;'**lcatb4B Spauce Jt 1'inePIflL4DEL1Iflt,. ivill ensure a The INCKEASINO reputation which'.the" elimatq.of OOIi& thing Ia emjtsn
-
< : 4 ofthe.Bev..2obh we4eyr r egley Pwach- book jjndcreuYelopeper-return of mail., ; : Florida.poaesses in theestimation if-the M di

- ; a '- Ing' ith&VtflI ; Aiaphlthcatre;" America :; -\ FIFTEEN tE W" -Vtifeitensive J ;:9 lest Faculty*, fat 'tb "cure of consumption .and, hemist;*o baunaetnUit-r-lniow more-

.I .vthlde4-hl: "WlBdna;**. Oen Taylorind?Old and nnintefrupled p'ractioepent : StnDe otherpTilmonary dieasesv has Induced,a Taai.jforerease a*dbtaae. thas-any vWb4teyj<>'L *ne> oftheller. JohnrWeatey fa ;L.ELBRD E4- f.travel to thi&atq 4nrinr the fallasd -sIouatTmIfl-rFliat1wit.I totrth i-pnW}
| ; this city have rendered !>; &.,the finest celleDi 0O2flpQbed w1ob. uchtzzi. j -
axpettandsdooeegfol I&Ctetlng elIreIning r lvlBf jk.sfenolae tegUOe-
,"Do.of fbeUr;J,bn 'Iotehet".the of thoseSrbo. ?
t. H5 C0-laJ>oreri ; winter months; seek,th freltef 4fforded'Ayaimilder -
practitioner farafld near, Jn-:the- reTsallnterertibroirghout.the country;has nude. "* all th vlrtue*or the artlcfe* ed to. \
'.., Iutw.ib1i -paatsengrav1vg** weoonnt'M treatment of au diseases:of a,prirate;nature; itrway uccejBfullyjnto.the.pf owftiMnaandibepeopk atniitfr- ) ffewoft4sfc&'the which-araTaeapaMe of Chanje.which.
I O7 ine'jirehfimn? ? Person*afflicted with ulcers the bVdyr throat/ aroimd-w Wflr hayd'read ubsoribers4ba d4tezmjn d,thajbeirezertjoi5 Or them \AQENTCliAf,Plaeaw 1Uat
upon : in
t : -'Twb eopiM f r /5l dO1I4e? and any Iwo' -of" the or legs'; p4lnIdtk.uitRm in-' be.headbocei;.mercarial Md.agajn-flf 4he .cffi.caey. hii-vTglajvble'inedi-i g to rith1pstr6nag wbictaah3Ibeb Bnibtu$shOuld hi elpett.4 *
above peii13o'ea4 nb9ertW -- ltoOd upon aOthia ft mcdielcavOf
I- cine-but' notmnta reeently have had'
-- -Ffyapopiejr tejj d Uara and aHxt'ra! of ariiing wepositive any' toil: *rexpense--4 -- '
? copy fromyout1iM ezeeuj or ipuritkeof they blood f topr-wWplH.coi ld indupe'ta toTmeafc
t the Boek fod* jr t w*of Ibi ab9ro.w jravbgs UV > whereby thaF.constftutldn hUbecqmo'Snfecblod,; lyott.Bn! froni faetlia ow.jtoa aionVwe f.f t -4* ;; uiar-co4 5trei ieat ia4Ijnotfos,4,5t tent '

$ th, per $i41iigbe tnb.1. : ariall treite4lthseif* ; are thathyo hcpo Qct,1SU r '4t ; --S

L IIek3rwenty noflari, i4anratra r Rerh plaoes h1mseIune tb esr tion;teoni -
*1 y. v tjtftf* Tbekboa1tepubflcan wilt
tk. lase
z 4 pyof "j' ekj apd tofihrtt ot'the bpTftjen- may roHriotwly confide;la hi hOn6r qid cv.roerea to the the".aai
as iagentlelanttfd 1uhpc; ) lwutflpQwIel|th'in.djcpifst
cure the abota.u tll forbid : ptopeniea :
:
U lajtttoa & &
paring thftjClab' ,
asading j
t 'S ', confidently.rely Bponhis tkill as abysI. pf&u othkdi erheumathnnd eatofuls, JM fiiaa erjof.aec&fins ladJeaDceXMfli I Ivjune -
*;. Aay.-pei oae. ulBg/fire dollar In advance, tiam' ;4 j( _; ;; of. th.'Wood, togtbeWith le874dcUsrJ *, aWiB aitsnjlya linowWdjtf pf tbo
f jkaerfpUoij for ieai and-1851, will be entitled to.. .. P wowrat aTdiitaaoa n&npijhermpWnts.. >4 4 : $ ,; ; *aewhteh-affiBetthafttf: y taa '
.
I tj. -fswrof the- atc hJI.ft. rograving- by PACKAGE letter// (PgHpald* rf,) and MEpICIN&S be cured at hpme..t,r; onebsfttdae' 1! ::9J so'long ; ) : 4 1 remedIes II4&buirresl to'tha.e*dtiseiesW iud; ::1 -

.t .Th Gt ThOst li7eral effort 'tJMRE bala nm'WMBdedbaBHHiltyj to-kftdl*-h p
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TION8& .forrirded by aending remittaBce onb4Afljhle S
splirthg bon-; rstor.'heafthand
at ti'rty aolI n*dvie, ten eople* of the'a and puf-ni)Mctireroirf frtm DAMAGE,CUis -- Tha ourreu -e by oj- in(it lhaxraahed and brnfceftaiKi tobaAUh
I '-L64P Uoewil1, b ;IritanE copy of either,of 1UlJs1TY.i' -.- .i- --< i<' i.. Ir, i t !Mkon forj.iiuflt I borougbrepa1r!,sn1Is OLD -OR; JACOQ'plN8Np( tts -
forthe
_,tl&bote:4rnt _lien*to each eubserirT" OtJ BookaelleT ,'N.-'Ao' Per1lars Can.i8Mr instance wh MCate0tLohazzrd tM teniari : fAaki now reopened" "* reception' -T of --corn-I OUMXthe lydmeea1tolrteg
let anoTatf,itt* $Iof the Lady'*Book ** *"*""'* '** '( *
and anxJfo&Taviol $*6dt aHiother'jreppUad 4he above '. ha well*earned/reputation whieb.'th.U 6ra dJu1YeraJ :
tlonsfl
,* V> ** ?* aending;the Clob They work at' low T&teL, -. '+.* = 5, 4S "
**&ea |a aUfliuM3 c< tW i'theT. pleaair.V7 --.T very: : *.. > -. X. % -v-. 4. lies Acquired, it.}a"the'Intention- of 'the present pro I Iprjet and
:
j
:. ,* ;&-1op*ffclrty 4 Un w>wffl' Mad ten eopie of the : .$OEflIRO4T. rt sustaingne5ta.Invai14s.; .- -v- >"*-ri4 _;I,thatheyysa-ud. kavyj&uj !

; Book'aa4 (ilrty aitt**. f any cf. theb9vic 4- Is S :' *
M tfirti oF f 5l -< *; 'j' 1i'teJofloiAg a1iat fionjj,1ettbden .traelersand othwifl I
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: t*.TAY atmWrt pf A "LMy'< Bookiwntj va this
.nejrt, September
-t 'teiilK-F& '*?; j 8oV... li -ithdsrkt4szs asr;i73 feet'Iqtig, with-court yard : -riudpa1
a omrtcr-rl2"ire k8 t originr rate*.
., 4fir1ntLTM JT wvjwiuiuun uicera In i ont,afid protected'from nertheast windThe.. F b3r .
to&u& atfdtecena ? / >f0 juu A-'JMAVA v \-vA>4L '-* > 4
fca'aflMtio oisrfani roOm.k
$ 'bilgibly;situated largesd tVi _
l1h444t WeZotetna. *nanypdrtrsItt' Mjg1 wWbe reaelredor fctperioi of,11 week* whMr.f ? swf. S bcildln btnres,5o;; ; -airy.i : Any. 23 f ?A
in -AmphKheiue" *OD* fa escb44rm-&t tha foUtfwinrr itte'tbaye .: !/v !r*' -. -.- -. -. _,- ;-r -I,.'- I Tl II' l.l" ." ,.lrj'' '
t'a. 'tala) Iru4ilf of IUreI.-and prpoee;
: ijr Tiandred 'dollar toepgrare It. America -- ibsertberhisyingair e&4*
& $
** < ,
u..oAjvuai peiore i eommeooea -. inanys4vsntag oornblncd
CWded Wisdom i wItb"c ogrMh/aid ; ; thpre-
line
by
: **Terr large engrarinj ; HJtom,6-06 using youn uiapariaa;-myffefngtk apt''propeart 1ayIssuCth
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And cost one thj>n aDd eight'Hundred dollar Teee, -Ith oglish Grammar end\ JCiatnral mcwtpttstixpreaatonj throat tia ; ;patronJaing
nty wa the *
< completely I honaef ier exertions will"be la
U engrare. General Taylor and Old W'ra'Uy"U ScIenoeInc1uded- a 00 aloerated 1 had .
a dreadful
eough and. reswetfahv1
; thenwero I pleaao. i
r -I. one of th* largeot of thf General Taylor print*, k.K. 8EWALL-fnaip. freqtientty week totfthei\that\ 1oqulJspeak? I vij vi fxy : Pensieng'k9 &ce- :
aad i* co rared frota M original,painting at a Aug.30-tf -Addrss1T ;
1 ibots & whisper;. and bsaJdos, the Inflammation &?.AwjrBTrjnt, 0ii 30,1849. 'l v JtcksonVillt, E : I


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