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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: May 1, 1851
Frequency: weekly[july 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).
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PUj1C ACTS. "; receive, the eam compensation as"isallowed lie lands fortbe"tateo1Lnsana: h, ap- the.SenatI"ud..UaeC1 P11.do?.. at the time of shipment rja note ikwriting .r,r Qwoq l'iWJlLAVO& .

Paaacd d.rl ag the $'nd Searion'OftJt, to the marshal r'his.attendance'npon proved third'Marcfar orie,thousaiia ghih"un the clerk of.the.Committefton aiy } expressing; the uaturand character' j 3. ..y.p.r'.iDs.- $ fln"aeEtrouz .

TJalrtrAnt C'Oupe" the'district'court., _\. V :I.j dred and thirty K>ne: "Provided oTun,That be, And they. hereby afeuthorsed zild of !aca.iaercaandise. .. master, mate, ofTiljCt -. or.i.w: _' .., :,i'L"4 r.-.r.,', ,...Ii...'. ..'l-- "
-. ;?: C. :ndfejt'jurttet enacted rThat if the title.of f.the-claimant to such .lands' empowered i to 'eta tine ;ancrMc1i1jj flcer'biorvessesba1t1Orfet'b'T. "or hbi of.h ,ut IDwu na'101IO..W801&U T P

.. pjjicNa. 3.] -a-commissioiuer'wbeniiuing.ae: : ; a- shall be' ste4bpany1Jtherl.pmOD, ,it on fall aceo1 ti tqfA rinting'aria tindingJ'tol tlit UiiitSatesoe J iala'in.., .

-i.BESOLUTION fbt the ftlief of L ufc Kwrotb' board/and each 'commissionervat,;bia chain.' shall,and jnay,be lawful for such' person to make a pro.;rat*.frtfeuiion.ihe.cokt4. th asardolla&-s.." ; 4..tm? rie lama d ih ooi .. _'

3 and ldz aMOciate. exne.from Hungary. hers, ,shairbe! ',-and"are'land islereby.au-; present a petition to'the district judge x f the: iiori allowed or to refuse thejworkj&bo fThiOttb5J1"1tabppJ1tt ;; ,C D d.wiiit'ioaa'tat \n'f-- .

'WLeitas, the people of the United Statcjyqmpathiie Ihprized to administer oaths, andTto"examinewitnessesi'in Unit d..st l .. '. istrict'.il :which (the er, shouli It be Ufjirioj ;tplb.e *trd.4nd DlnjcanaijmatJmrg $ igh1erorf ii r 4-- ;
,with the .Hungarian ; 'any .'case pending Jbefpre; the :lands.are'situated;pjainlyjind i distinctly,setting luaU things possei 'the' me pgixtef av i.. any 'e :epf ally d Iescriptiqn: whato.evet'useIn r. Thou wlndftj*KauTnii'lS th

exiJes Kossath'ud his associates,and fully commissioners all Vuch testimony;shall forth"KsUUeitheretoNand! ;praying\ e the pttbtiS printing'arid!bind ifig'as s". j 'L1Y.. 3nlandnavglioi.l __'_7; : Piftchi.ins.?

appreciate the magnanimous conduct ofthe be'taken' ]nliwriting,.and.shatt heajrecorded' .said judge'.ear.asddetermineJbisame,, ; red.npon.thEjoint iU n.-* i .Apyt naj-'Jar r. 1S$ tg'i1"1 Ae4'boi t.ar&i i wfthii1aaidmpeatb.&vsLs .

Turkish goTernment in jTeceiving and'treat and'DTeserved. 'bound b to\Bejiroyided a,copy,of,.which petition'shall be t served .nc-.< the j D! ))8 O. l'Pioi 00, i 1"{ stj m#:" f '; 1aelinrd

lug these noble exiles1 with kindness..and .that purpo e. ._ : on the ndcety:, ihjrtyjdajs before->tEe \ eighteen hundred and,fiftl ''M'.r : .t3.1i d'i l'11."';% '._'. _'.'. '1'1 1 ,..
hospitality; and whereas if it be the wish 'SEC1.-lAndbtfit further inaciedThatthesecretarj time':appointed for hearinjfCthe..: :; ;Andpiondedfurther That"the*authorit hereonlybiclseidmrninl. f .: ..ANACT'provUng r r aa ndi&i Hftd"&b j' 1r4 oc IA 1fWl re J..r1 aJI(1 roat : ,

of these: exiles to emigrate, to,ibe! United 'of the board eBali be; tand he' That it.shalt. and..maF bi next' fcCongrcsaand United St&Leaeireufl anJdiitrirteQaitratChlutfjoagejfautj .- r'mv-ait tacq'w1Iw'
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States and.the.will of the..Sultan toper- hereby,,authorized:an"d..requiredron.jlheapplication'of lawful for-the.district;:-judge jbl,'i.he.United'tateS 'am1I aae'at'Jtbe djttn'et IffiaoiA F Q a t.4.a 1 a.d1l sad tlIf ziuM'fi ;-:'

mil them to lean nis dominions: Therefore th!'Jaw.age t..;.w district attorney ,upon fhe hearingof, such petition,) to. ent ofthe next setsion.of Congreas.T 3r >jRe itencuUd-bu' -. the Senate;end HUUS44m. :: F&l uO'_ "JI !" ,
J&Jb SauH-imd.&nue. of -of the United.States 'an jestraia. tHe at ittit. traitt4 lnta.g ',, ,... :
Resolved oOny4manto grant injunctionJto ; party rg rr.b .a 5- i "t ._ .' ]I -* 'r- ;1L
f. of the United State *ofAmerSmgress : hie counsel. to issue.writs of subpoena whose 4nstanc'e eictainiio ,the..ricaUland3 -.- ..I&iIt z'teres qf .j.t *t.._De ed.uH. !
-eG t1I ,assembled, That the PresP demanding thr attendance a. witness'.or baa been cori1irFed'lrom'o'ingtpua..pal!; (:' t- Jut.".-" .1I"\I."..n.,0; 30: z ""'" < ciclf.fI'J fftl a tefeof :thCZt1t '. t.li.nac 1a1.mlothe' *; ..

dent of the'United Stales be,and ho hereby witnesses, before the'said board, of any commissibner. -. ent for the same, until th&t'itle thereto:Buall .AN JlCT t wwiod an acl.nUtfed"AS aUafiow4' the United:Btatesfbr tie ithstn Wiffin6 l,: ;, f U .WMM thwnjh tW fUatTTinrt .

requested ,-authorize ;the .employment ., '" -J V *- !hive'been'finally"decided; 'copy, bit. rhicH 1 .ing compensation to the uembenof.th Senate's _s : el A aeitl! CbcagInuil -r mrtltn- -niiiiiirt" Tiltetii'i init- iiljikr 11: ..... .-'
of JS some one ofthe. public-Tessefs which SEC 8-: And s belil yvrtXer''1,That 'order shall.be 'transmitted "to thCornmissioner.oftheGencrjl'LandQffice *Members of the H 8e otReprwentattvea the dlatf1ctt,commen:1D3 on the Taesdajcjof i.. ._. II T.r1.; ?' :a.oJI" ..,
United Statesand to 4he4etegatea'otth :Ter-i' October in> sTlernx*of each nht wanderer.throogi "land e i ii '.
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'may be now cruising! in the 'Me terr ri an tach and every"person claiming lands in Cal and thereupon oriea and npealing all.other lairs oar that 'eaeh9yeaTan'a .k. :
receive and eoarey,to' the United States ifornia,ty virtue of any right or,titje.erived 'no patent"shallissue'jBntil'6Uchr"de'c. .. fj suljert.! S V --.J.' a.i,.t -''** said courts hhallIi&ewisebeheldatsaity; 11A egrov andfor <1l 1mi'fMt..t.tl .
Kossuth and his associates in sion'shail "made until sufficient, time cornmeacingpathe.thi lfDesda11)f April J sJTboa art aa'iir'aa wiea the taw WnU. i Me
the said Louis from the panisbor: Mexican government; be1 or Biif1UJcfllrby the&natean-.H6vue'of'
captivity. :,.' shall present the same to''the: : said; commissioners shall, in.',the:opinion':'saidjuJgeJ: ; have, RepTesentativet-pf4he-.Uflitel.Statet: of Aner., in" :each.year;. and specla tm.a.toJ.la1droaDS .;l"ir ..drink thy4 waves at dawns| fill'

Approved March 3, 185K when ittingas: a. board,. together 'been allowed-for. obtaining! the ;samerapdthereafter ; tea, in Convey, flsxmbledj.plxtf .fronijand or either brthern': mayJebeIdat' vAiMrahrit 'ihll nmaid 'k -
said city of jChicago at such other tiin&astbe.district
with 'such docnmentaryevaence and, testimony the said Injunction 'shall'be'dissolved.
after the 'of this
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,. passage ; act nq member.of ':FirI&ao ,
tPuBLIC--No.27::: : s. .of witnesses as the'said claimant relies 9'- -; ; :. the Senate shat beentitled'jo receive 'com I ; judge;ot theUnitedSiatefor. ; tbe'gafigesll'id, ; '
in of.such 'claim and it SEC. .it'urtlllr.TlfJdid,1Tnalui .1e."districtof Illinois.:niay.appoiat ':"and ;::Aad lutenbg fcer ftrlherei,-: Jf -
AN ACT te anihorfre the Secretary War to upon support : ; 14. And e pensation for Us attendance at the Senate in l "
How the payment of interest,to the State of shall be the duty.f tbe1OmmISSloners o 'when' provisions of this act shall not extendto the reccs of Congress, during such meeting process: may .be.made.. returnabJe t5> anygeneralbr .WpTetheJwild.flowers ajaong:her aafr.'fHere" iii
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Georgia for advance made ,for the CM of theUnit.d the case is ready for; hearing";,proceed any town lot, farm,lot'or pasture".lot.dield 0[,th*'Senate Ai'ma 1 be called' the fourth i epeciartermjpPigaiJ'! ; distncV.J ,or '
ofthe. hostili- on .
: paJe-trowed .
States in the ruppresrion circuit court at said cityMof Chcagoj? at when: the evening weaves
to examine the tich under from i or towjn- ; ; any-
promptly same a corpptation
tiei of the Creek Seminole. and Cherokee '10- upon'' grant .any day of Mareb ;i eighteen hundred and.fifY-1! thferebf :" ':Hermra shade m ib.J n.D .
evidence and the evidence end to which lands .have been grantedfor sucweding-termr ootwlthstaridlng a
rou
1838.
dians in the years' 1836 1837j and upon may three, and on fhe: fourth day of ID'' .
'enacted If the Senate und House of in behalf of the United,States,'and to decide the'establishment of a town,' by the Spanish fourth'y ar' thereafter/other than the I term of the said'courts may inthe meantime, .And the stillraooalight CIO reatv.On
Be it every ,
: be held !.the seaU-of QoyernrnentaLthe thy Hffne and tnuxpdl bnartr.W.
of the United Stales vf America upon the validity of the said claim, and or Mexican rnrnen or\the lawful authorities eight 'd llara per diem for:attendance; now t a : > 1'-

Representatives Congress asscmUed That the Secre- within thirty days after such'decisionikren.i thereof, nor to 'an'y; .city, or"town,' allowedly; .Jtw: Provided, '.That.thlSact, ; .State'oUltir,! elflewhere, ,(, .._ ,,' 'F'a1t&3ti e1iaddkro D i '-J .

in of War he, and he is hereby authorized dered, to certify the same; with' the :4S0nson or vil1ag -Jot which..city/town, or. village 1 shall not apply "to" a Senator not.member. .Si: :And be it further and district'enactedr,' 8hafl fthe ; Arid r fdrmiiuuieen'!,>, other eyei- "."n"uC"-'
tary clerk of said circuit courts y
'which it is founded to the district : existed ollthe seventh :.I ,eighteen -: "
attorney July
to allow to the State ot Georgia, for day ? of either House of 'C ngre 'at h -J.pira- .office :Of that wild rae whose tribe*aze1eVlW *5Or
advances made'td the United States for the of the'United.Slates In and for the 'district bu d".and.l Y-8ixj; but the clairn i tion of the G n grew:preceding'such called. keep.a.clerk's forsaidvcoartafarChicagOj if
suppression of the hostilities of the Creek in which such decision shall,be;Ten for the;same ehall be presented by the corporate -' session of the Senate., and, .all.diet records and papers pertaining ,: MOnlderingwfihJhfl dreamleai dead. *
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Seminole and Cherokee Indians, in the dered. authorities of the said town; or where, Approved March. .3J; 1851., ; to' businesainsaidconntsat Chicago And: > bt D1a i'tVvSa 1 W oMTho '-'' cmL
v K fancy
shall e. kepi therein and Jie,shall appoinl t ta .
eighteen hundred and thirty-five,* K SEC. 9- And be itfurtheenacted, That i in the jand[ on which The:said city, town, or f ; i'ot'old 1 "_
rears '
all cases ofthe rejection or confirmation rill :was originally granted, to an Individ- "C ; rPiu3.j: ,deputy: clerk of.said courts,,to reside ti paintedwi
eighteen bundred and thirty-six,, eighteen ge .' In their wild garb and armasrra.ye1." rz
hundred xlaim by the Board of Commissioners,] ualt the'Iaun.ha be presented by.or.in the saidcityofChicago'Sw3.And ,r : 0
any
Jmndred and thirty-sevenand eighteen .. : AN ACT to limit the liability jhip-ownm.. foresrt hadfcTJ/
.and thirty-eight, interest at the rate'of itshaU and may be lawful for :the claimant' name 'of sach individual and the fact of tne ,,and for other purposes.. ;. -::' ., : be further eaaclei4That.tbejudge -Steal through the kmely
the ,district -behalf of,the exbtence the said 'cityj.town.'br' village, of ,the, district court .of ,tlie United :" e
I six percent, per annum, upon all sums allowed i- or : attorney, ,Beit'enattil by Ike Senate and Haute of States for/the.dietrict-of Iliinoia make And on the night I air..suuuacKw, -
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State of United States, to present a petition to the on the said seventh July, eighteen' hundred 'United may *#*** .
and paid to the ;Georgia, or Representatmapj Siates of America such>ules and regulations the>terms-f Comes the rude war-songs to ay ear,' %
allowed and for district court of;the district in which the land arid 'forty-six, being"duly, "pro ed, sbeiU; be
that may hereafter be paid in Corigrets assembled"That no owner or said' 'and. and the ,And tony more than wonderingeyes,-" I"
court, the.prqcess thereof ; ;
claimed is situated, praying the 'said' conrttoreview prima facie' vidence.f grant to such corporation '
the : ,
moneys advanced by the.Slate for a. owners of any bipor vessel shall be subject tbeJees'and be ,
any business,and costs to taxed .The watch-fires and the.war-danoe r01
the decision of-the said 'commissioncrs the individual :under whom '
purposes aforesaid, from the date of such ort or I liallj to answer. for or make good to he' hilt deenv and ., ...
therein, as expedient, 're- .
advances until the .principal sum or sums and.to decide on.tbe validity of such I the said" lot-holders claim.>;Aa&here'.any anyone more; 'person or persons..anyjoasor vise' nd alter the same.when, ; 'Thai through Tong'agc ttndefited," '
United States: claim: ; and.such petition presented ,the [city, town'or Tillage :sha1b1nexTstence which to necessary the ".'. *
were or maybe. paid by'the damage may happen any goods SEC. -:AadbeitfiJailur enacted, That the Lived thoM nide children bt will
Provided That no Interest 'shall be paid on claimant'shall. set.forth.fully the, nature ,of at the'time oTpassing this act the'claim' for merclandise: wbatsoever..' which shall besbippedtakeiliorpnt of :the circuit court and.the. terms of ., Till therpale face .o'er1J&ei *bCtmtkz5urP&hefrIanJssad
terms :
snmonwbich., the"said State of Georgia the claim;and the names of the original and the land'' embraced : the limits of the onboard such : *
any j
;any the.district court of the.:United States for thdistrict ,'' theevt. .
,
did not either pay'of.lose inter st.- present claimants, and 6ha11.conta a del iam'rnabe made'by JLbe_corporate authority ship or.vessel,by reason or by means of any of 1D be ;.' ) -
Illinois now anni ? pHBSSjj |l
Approved, March 3,-1851; l raignment-of. the:, claimant's '.title,; with. a of the said city aown* ; or village. fire .happening'to,or:onboard the, said'ship district on required the first 'And/then'heTr n u1hefj.lr L'Ji* j -
held"jneald Monday
I transcript of, the..report of. :the: 3qard' ,of ,:: sEc-1541id-le; a fur'cted,7flthe'finiVdecreeircndered. t brve&xl u iesssuch. fire IS.caused..b.1 thedesign of ally June and the first Monday December; :: ._.Ith'.' tbiwild-waP-wlitOji' t.r5'11 arose- .

PnLJ -No. 28} Commissioners, and of,the documentary. bj'the said' irn.isoneorby'the or neglect of such o\vner'Downersr, be hereafter beld.on the first Monday of July, And tha bert-hlood of many a Vravv1'a <-

AN ACT thoriiing thepayment of inter& dence and :testimony .of, the witnesses, on 'diStrlct'or' Supreme ProvidedThatnothing j in this act contain-i and the of December inledwitbthe changeless1 wuW 11 .
upon the advance made by the-State. of'MslieJ : which wa founded- and such, petition,*if Court of the United States, or.any patent to c4 shall prevent ;tb jlartles,from"making :, ,third-Monday annually, .. ." '0 ..

%fat the Me of the of United the Northeastern States Government frontier. presented by the district attorney -in Ibeh i .1lorth b8issuea,'und r this'act, shall be',conclusive such?contract astheyplease extending-or aad2that: ,all I in.causes said,courts, motions whish-maybave and.rproceedingipending -|. .. o&sht;1* their- nnbendlng- pride,, '<.
Ja the
protection United States, shall-be accompanied ,between1 the "United, States"and"he said. limiting the liability the ship-owners.:, all 'which ;,:They fonghtfor ;andbledand'dWj.Andiralalaak
Jk if enacted Ay Vie Senate arid House of by a.transcript of the report of... .a. claimants :o 1r and, shall not.-affect the interests SEC. 2. Aadbeitfurther"enactedt'nai if beeacuedfand,, issued process :may ; Tthy brigktwawlmljhtieat .
thereform ceturnable to'Uhe
.flepr Atatim of the United States of.AmtT- 6ommissioner&.and of.the .papers:jaadrH. of third:persons.* any shipper or shippers of platina,gold, gold : liave"next "June.term, of.the sail, circuit and;district .i Vher "the. of q'r'ot $
.the
.ica M Cpngren assembled,Hbal .proper enC on which it was :founded,'Jind Detail '- Six,; 6. And.'eilfurtienadedThatitsball'.be' dust, silver, bullion, or other pecious metals, and i.
rtsahailbe.onsideced I leld! 1Et
accounting officers of the Treasury.be,'and fully and distinctly set forth-lhe'groaAd* ;en the duty :.o.f.the_ commissioners coins, jewry, hills ofany; ,,blank' they are hereby, authorized and directed to which the said.claim bs invalid herein' ,for to> ascertain and Report '
to provided uu.rot
as alleged ; ,: ; body, diamonds :arotherpieciousstones, C"-Noi'wier he chased jw,
terms of the said..courtsprovided f or:ia this
and settle the claim of the .stlte of,l .Interiortlie Jendretrj. .
.liquidate L copytoLwhicb'retitioJl.dthe.ami: shall 'h&ZSetary'of.the boardof .
l
a : lade O
; : iha/l: thelBame.dn". any ship .or ,where thtwar-daaeaaaiwaMaag
section-1 ,.,. f x uApproTeaMarc1r .? irr
-tae the United States .for interest ..lands"are \held andwhoare .
against claimant shall eervedon3he'istrict'attorn .which 5the missTon". ) ,
Urd tim'of'iu h
be.pres hjr.a ; T asel without;; at the' ladingjibeociaatei ": : 85i.f a ,lMpimlthis warlike uu.iJPI'::
:
l j )wl $ %'elt tlio..1fa. :v.y liz ,l J : i ..
giJ* agent, owner of- owners -., b ',' : .," .. : .e4prua
'd .
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-.y '- *or the protect and, \:' of.the ship.x>r. vessel l reeering the.same, ,T *_tU.IUU fl.1 e'" -C1deftamof Uae 1ti,"! .
j T'd State, during the 'yeafsi shall tbi claimant his and also those whichare occupiedand ; ; ,.f. r.1. : r
States be served D kind thetrue.character and '
: any a note In.wriUcg of, : .GOWEll Gxovz Tu.PQIT"'TJoor 1' ,1Cb I Thou sleepeat where hy uae was .
"':.. ." thirty-nine, eighteen attorney, and '1he-rpi.rty,,pon.whom; such cultivated by, pueblos raacheros In- i a1ue"tbet oC,and liav'e the same' nter r on ', reeD : 20..1831JS .IThTeuoan1 of thy,fallen race- 1 GO

i-,, -' f\ IUU'0: hundred and service shall be made shall belbonnd to::answer dians. .*:;yc the.bill of lading therefor, the master and To the(Editors,of the Sautter Patriot: Donot thy_final resting pUeel 't*. t .
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: ?H:: 'lie ;. = 4tobc'dueto within'time tabs Scc:17.-.AIUltf"ilfurllUr\ enacted,$bzt shall note .
the same prescribed owner or owners of the said vessel GESTLiaiEXT-Sojne. of yjour subscribers !-
e-ai1 ;i''ti.' IU t (P any tOII5Jinthei. by the judge of,the distiict,.court"; and' the each commissioner appointed under this act liable! .; as'carriers thereof,in any form or may feel an"interest in the progress of Tea '.Thy. heart f.ben'CII&i'a thy pride;: .- .
t.: w .;- '' "fJ.tr-1j : of the claimant to such shall shall be allowed and./'pai4 at the"rateof. ..sixthousand such \ ttm died **
: answer ; petition, manner. Nor. shall any masteror cultivation. j ha.ve removed from the vil- 'l captive* gaDing'oliaIu f1
SEC i. :"the be <-'y u.i Tha\ ia. set Tenth fully,thi oat'ure'of the'claim, and .d6llar8t.per..annum;that:>.the secretary 'kaii b liable for any:such I"valuable'goods lagelaf Greenville i to this place the whoTejjf IIfaeed: treachery'betrayed tWeknwnotwherstbjruulai4:.J. .c _
ascertaining a..4'I i ot .aerti.fn afarenaid the H3TD-8 -f-the original'and present da m- of the commissioners, snail be allowedanapaid to the character .
beyond the'valueand! according the Tea plants put'outltwo yearragoln my ., .. : 4' at
due to the' State 01 .1' :' tt-r r'*!>o\tn --' -
; anu, and 5b..I:contain der gnm ntof the ai,tLe rate,of four thousand dollars thereof so notified and entered.' oneacre-experimental.sTea gardenr-hi thevillage r "iT .
rules shall gern. First, -. Htwy clmnaafs<*>;.and the:.anaweriof1he ,di'cliituTtey *- per annum; and the clerks.herein! ..providedtor .. SEC. 3. Andbe itfitrthertutedbat the ; and last week transferred, them to ".TEnt r thnjfragonyij -*s past 1 ,

hall not be computed:.on any. bu \"b:ch j behalf of Jhe.United Statesfrbali : shall !be allowed and paid at the.:rate of !liability of the owner or oWl ers olaoy ship Pla''l3 on., They'now_constitute, partofolenGroveTea Jb.-sha'klesfnacthiae-lie eai ,' l.0
Maine bas not .expeTidod, for the use and ; arid set forth the thousand five hundred] dollars an destructlon my **
full/ distinctly grounds one [ per or vessel for any .embezzlement or. ; :PlaiitatonjTncoiijunc.! .And free,thogzom'ettbe bovndleWplMn7
benefit of the United States, eviJenceil b> ,.vp v.-b th.the'said claim alleged to be. in- num. The aforesaid salaries'to commence ,'by-.the master/,.:marinerVpifJicerspassengers : .Ion:with"those plants Reeited. from.China \Yhe..1'l ., t Vtd.ni&L'.4**
the amount refunded or repaid to the State of '. !
.vaUi.copies of.: day ,or any other person or persons in June last, and a few seeding plants from .4. "L''- '
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Maine by the be United States 2d. That no upon.the adverse;.party thirty dSrys missioners of the first meeting of 'the board.. anyproperty, goods'or- merchandise t ship. nuts'planted l5th.'ofjun.e last, which ;;g e'r' And Time. ;that rcG. frfcndandfoe- -... .
interest shall which .
said of paid Maine on ally'lum on. before the meeting"of. court; and "there- SEC. 18. And be further* enacted,rThat pedprput ou board of suchship-or.vefsel, orlorany minated !September; and are .naw)5 nJil I. May lay th1caDq1 r ilo1. .
the State did '
either
not .jiay at-the first term of:the court thereafter the ,of the board- shall receive.no f. ,. 'i
lose interest as'aforesaid upon secretary loss, dam;or iujury by collision l but healthy'plants All the plantifromthvillage -W k fte-ai ahe4dcEIlae,
or d March 3 1R51. the said case shall stand for trial, unless':on fee except.for ,furnishing certified copies of or for any act, matter/or thing./loss, damageor stood ibeTsnow'oLJanua'ryi'andthe; .May: he as dark>odsadf .$ .Wne.-'i'i. .

&ppt cause shown the same shall be continued by*II any paper.or record forJssuing writs ofsuSpcena I forfeiture : done-"occasioned'or1nurred .frost and storms''of viSter, without. ..the -.. .-, tAfdartaithSneJ -' '.ror
the court.' For.lumishingcertiiied copies of 1 of such for homaa pnd. j .
rPr3c29': : wit\1outtbe_: 'privity-or.knowledge sightest"coyeringlbrproteciQnt! i : in perfectsecUrity % .
:
,] SEC. 10.:,.Andbe. it further enacted, That : any paper or record, be shallreceive twenty I wne f or ownert\sball info. ,case exceed: ,,the ; without "a slnle loss, .affording is&IIo1 '-.p TiDi* rkuae" '
AM ACT to ascertain and.ettle the private land the district court shall proceed to render judgment ,cents for every.hundred words, and for amount of value of the interest of such owner -; conckvCevidencebf tbeir'natural AndemptrwaadtheueraniWJttgpowenr 9 TMi

.claim,in the State of California. upon the ,pleadings ,and evidence' issuing writs of-subpoenavfifty-scents 'for or Owners respectively such,ship':or iness and strength,' -_ .. : Fall astke. hamblast wauart1.towtni. : ::4t, d

Jle it enacted by Vie Senate and House of the me/and upon'such'lurther eviJence' 'as each,. witness; which fees shall ,be equally vessel; and her freight then'pending.SKU 1 cannot express 'gratification; ,at seeing 4' '- ::n ,' : 24 .
Representative* of the United States of Amtr-, may be taken by.order of the said court- divided between the said secretary and the 4. And be further ,enacted. That if every one of -"plantslifted,"especiallyas -flatthosoh!'Ri e', aee'A i_Off .;

ice in Congress assembled, That for.the purpose and shall l application of.the party against assistant clerk. .. t* auy .embezzlement loss,'or destruction it.\,the first opportunity 1have had of I "Thedark-flViniecfeaJeftaiaof thyihorejlixhe __._

b of ascertaining and settling private land whom judgment rendered, grant, an appeal Approved. March J85U. ,. shaH.:be"suffered ,!'Y\several Jreighffira4)rowners1 seeing the roots ,of,the plant! now'.f Carolina pride of*11 theirtrfheifc fled. .tl Jt
claims in the State of California, a commission to the Supreme Court of _the United .- : of goodS'wa.res''merchandrseor .gr mh.. The main.roota." are-.fine vTheWalch-fi('$'-the 1-'.4ia4f -of
'shall be and constituted States each in .[P0BLIC-No.t4:] 1 oh the'rame collaterals of ,
is hereby on security for costs the district t any property whatsoever, : voy.a'e and large the rcotrespondingstrength CY / HtftsS
wbich shall consist of three comm ssJoners, and,Supreme Court'm -case'. that, jndgi, A RESOLUTION changing the mode of appointing and the.whole'value of the ship or ves- and 'beantyf'shootHig"out "fibrous ;Bat tii'ngti the nee ttat witched thy wjttw! t
Mints '
to be appointed by the President,of the Uiii-. ment If the district court shall be affirmed; :the the United clerks States.of the; Treasurers," "'of V"v the of self and her freight for.thejoyage,.shall not radiclasin great abucdancein every ..direc tJJe mouldering is their foiwt iran.m'Jj..'. ut.xetaWl

ted Staies by-andwith the a.lvice and consent as the said court shall prescribe: And if thecourt Whereas, by eiis "'laws, the Treasurers be sufficient to make compensation; each tion. They .have all grown ,remarkbly rOr.hanged or fled ot rank Mahaaw,; ; '

of the'Senate, which commission shall shall be satisfied that'.the ''party 'desIring of the United States Mint are required to'; of them,- they'shalt' : compensation; well during. the]last summer, and I.trusUhe 'ue oll- the." "- .$.:1 .- -r

continue for three years from the date of this to appeal unable to give such security, give ond in'heavy pen:t es. for the faithful from the owner or'owners the'ship or vessel whole will'constitute the 'nucleus of "exten-. hUt. -% i' 1Seremoyeinotherraeeofrneii' '

."Unley voener discontinued by the President the appeal may he allowed without'&ecaity., performance of their duties and of those in roportioD to. their respective Josses; sive Tea plantations. in the.UnitedStateYour.obedient ":- : 'n ni.where the red man'once fc 'been V ',*''" '
of the United States. SEC.,11. And be it further enacted That the said freighters,and I servant; Ja- : :
under them and whereas it is' but just the and fqr that purpose, .
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SEC. 2. Andbe it further enacted That the commissions herein provided for,and the se.ection of their' clerks should be under.' I owners ofthe property and the owner ,orbwners'of ,. _JUNIUS uJ.. SMITIL.i .Thoogh cities glow where wigwuu ato d,' F*** .. .

secretary, skilled in the English and Spanish district and Supreme Courts i in deciding on their controh-Therefore-. "! .' '. the ship'or vessel, or any ol them, 4adbare3ta wave when waved tirt tfrtft&an si* ..

language, shall be appointed by the said the validity of any claim brought before ,Resolved by the'Senate' and House of Representative may take the appropriate proceedings many ''The New York correspondent of tbe Philadelphia -, .III''' ;. ..Jtl'Ith t

commissioners, whose duty it shall be to act them, under the provisions of-this act shall *of the' United State* of America. court,'for thcrpurpose. of, apportioning the ; Inquirer relates ihe.following, :" ii l1 di it nth Iap.r 106lt''. ,:.;:1 3

as interpreter, and to keep 'a 'record of the be governed by the treaty of Guadalupe in Congress assembled, That so much 'of the snm for which the owner or.owners of thehipbr 'fThe slavery question about tocome Thou measarest not by hitesn c, .
proceedings of the board in a bound book, to dalgo, the law of nations the laws Usages,' second section, of the act,;approved March vessel may be'.liable amongst the parties before oarJ Courts IIi,a tew'shape and under By etti *that in grandeur grow,. -- ;

be filed in the office of the Secretary of the and customs of the government from which third, eighteen; hundred and ,thirty-fiveen-; entitled th reto'. And 'it. shall be deemed the following'circumstances, : If appears .O z hAredt moons thatcoae aadg <: t Ii,

Interior on termination of the commis the claim is derived, the principles of equtty, titled iu An acfcto establish branches of:the. a sufficiehttompliance wfth'' the requirements that a young man' from the >Southf who'is '

alan.- and the decisions of the Supreme Court. of Mint of the"United S.tes," "as'v the of,this acton the part of,such owner suspected ot :ihariag aJiuleIndian: or'negro Though nationS rhd .and'p48s aw1,'* 'J1IIf opaa .
'SEC.3. 'And be further enacted. That the United States so far as they are applicable. of the clerk of'
fuch clerk Superintendent ,
be tbaJII1e appointed by the such claimants; to a trustee, tobe'appointedby"ani his name -in the Medical Department, tbclongr9l4 ot u.18 nab <: f' 5$;
may necessary Sic 12. And be it furilzrreiacied, That, the same is hereby, repealed; and that' the 'the benefit of medicine
; of first-havrng"paid
student ,
said eommi : court 'of competent as a ,
woners entitle either review :
to party to a of the several TreasurersofthellnitedStates'Mjntbe : ,fees.Same of ibe'Southern students And long ages eone.ud go; :,- t $.A ft fl
at :
S .And be further enacted That it such.'trustee for thE the usual
; ,
and decision of the commissioners toiact as
proceedings and ; authorized to jurisdiction
;
they are hereby > ,
aj- :
them. sit 'it.
it derogatory to to. .Andthouaaitill.ashrighUy flowj t-3
shall be lawful for the President ol the Uni- to be Jea.ni conceiving '
hercinbefore for notice'of who may prove -
provided the their own clerks, subjecthoweve'r, to or persons;
point person .
haTin .. .
ted'States to appoint an agent learned in the intention f.such entitled from and after which in the same class.with man, .anyIndian"or' The dying tons of.ntenihall tea ,, ;:t
file thereto '
party to a petition to the approval of the 'Secretary of ,the Trea, blood 'waited uItyandrequested !
oqTthe
negro ; HOWTnIntheItIITeSCOrnpE5dWILhthe5
.
law, and skilled in English'and Spanish and proceedings against
; the district court .shall be entered on the sury.' 1 transfer alr/claims liis'dismissal :
languages-whose special duty it shall be"to journal or,record of proceediags of the commissioners App.roved.M 'rch'J83!._ I the owner r ownere'sball cease. ? to'do'in: 11le-p &et1c.,. .
; That fessor did not know what the : Non.- Th'lndUniuuMWelaka
superintend the.interests of the United States I 5.4t'Mi2fuTtIi.erenOded; ,
within SEC.
after their decision
sixty days '- whkhmean The &ker, Watetst -
fleniand. '
wavered in complying..withi : J
iu the premises'to-Continue in such on the claim has been.made and, notified truBLTc-ro:5: :] : the charter ofthartersof any ship or'esseltin'ease :' ter, and Lakee! :- -- - --- :. -
i tod4be
agency-as long as the public interest may,in to the'patties; and such petition shall be JOINT RESOLUTION expla tning'.the'aeU? of? : h. o'rt:they.,Bhallman, victual, and .At Jengtb) ey gave inland t Oeeol.vun the d :lmgag.;',_- .y.

the judgement.of the President 'require Lie filed the-district court* vithin',six months I seventh J nly,sightesubmidrod and thirty-eight DaYlgate'socl"ves el>t his or.their own,expense -,,. young man"that It woud.bE! lbetterrfo? I Chief' of the Rising gun.. :" : ,'. ,-s,',, .; *
COP1&nIWICCandto: allow him such compensation after,such decision has been rendered. March third eighteen hundred forty-three, orAy-hts'or -theiPO"procUremeti him to1 retire.! 'ConCeiving'"this'f'be a dismissal ,.l- ,_ -.-: ,--, c .
as President: shall deem reasonn ble.Jtahall Sc.13.4ndbe it 'That and 3une.. .seventeenth eighteen hundred and shall bej..deemed.tbeowner: tor- owners !otsuch ,he,lef th claM and has'"now'suecl .. RESCLT ojf.Fasalita2L'Dr5TP1iWx' ,
, further enacted forty-four. ,, the PlO,' Few Yorker mentions,the;lamentablederiouement'of -
directed.to' The
b.tths4tvcfthe! of this act out & maadiLD11J ;
said to atleod '' the meaning ;
agent airlands, the ;(claims'to which have toen Resolved the &naland House. oJfeprtsentalivet vessel.'with'in :&; |lady In bigklire.; tr --
show.eau.se.wh1..tbef' JOunK
U -meeting*of tne board to collect iestimosiyw.bebalhfthe finally the ana such orvesseU.when fO chartered quirin thenf ;
rejected by commissioners in 'ship '
man : "America
United States .
of jAe fin' nluxtoTfiaiah his studies. The subject o. sr dtrgyma whO.rec.eaUynl
United, Statei, and to ner hcre1QproVi4J.ohjch shall be finally 'Congress assembled That the,benefit .of shall! be liable h' the i samemanner!as if"navigated '' 4-, to allow istalfce4 about 'good' dial'and, 'no one; ( aog'married to a'gentleman;.of fortune,and"trt t 4
thereof .
aUccnaILoa5ioiia'when: thcIalmantiiauysebefore .decided be.,invalid by the'district, :or'Su-' the acts JolrrseventhJ I ighteen,/:hundred bfthe'wner'o'-'owners j what -resaltwilI" .*, to Paria'with her nusband,where she pl.iurv,

:: 'the 'board shall take preme,WIlrt nud ail :lands the..claims 'to and ibirty'-eigliti granting7 pensiojis for five t -SKta..--mf.teit-further" .-- enad t-That knows, .- -- be".r..t '. ed into the,gayeties,of that splendid CIty till
depoaitkmt; :;and no deposition takenby, which shaU not have been presented- the tf the act of March ..tblrJi'elgbteehhundred O.thiDgjnJb ,p'.edi g. aectiona! sl1aU b BiiVe became alarmed and )
: forher
behalf of such -Claimant shall lye : the' remedy ., ""LEAVtSO. THB .SlSKiaQ, her husband ,. scat, .
o,4u ny said deet '
commissioners -
within'jo : after and granting pensionsfWoociariand Construed to.tak.e.nway- ; wealth'and butinrai'too late'
;Tears forty-three, rentemen.'df
know 'of several' | : father;
be,read in.ridence in any- axe, whether before .the date of this aet/shall which yjnaybe: tled"a i n t '
deemed ; P l
jof'theact of'June to >
held :: :MTen- any I' wortk"who areabour l leavinc S Carolina ;"ThefetheriKnif tne tnwEaad thDb -
the ojnailssioners before the district for'or onaccount
or and
inasterofi1ceriOr rnaffner5
considered as of the ,
fart thepnblic domain turmoil
enJbteubundredat" ityIduetenditig'tb continued
political -
t account of the NewYorkadder aad'iieerroenthe form.1
or.l'apremeCoDrt of theUnited Statos tin- 'of-the United Statestand ; iwa on
for; all claims' "act", of "larch third,:"eighteen"hundred ofanyembeZ2lmeflt injury witbrtbe General Government '
It.Ii-saoticc'of..the .time and. place of taking nally.confirmed by ihe said aJmmi ion ; of goods,,warea;imerehandiBe, and warfare er to ponder over the truth lhal.virtn,is aumn-
"pr and f rty-threvJor the"term of/pur or destruction ch'=Char ci ri s'net/-If rfw fiersTst*iri
r wb he..prized 4han-weahh.and fashtootfaad
the_sba11.h.f'e.be givenln writing to by the ta4 district or upie ntf other put ,00,board any sbip.pevessel to; P'*&
| ,ourt>a pat, years;to certain widows; Bh Uuof"be-with or property her.nmdi cbemeirof sece signl er.best 5crfhizenTvjHt lattei bezntifal ..
Aid agent or to the dIstrict attorney of tbfproper cut shall 1 issue to fhe. claimant, on ,his presenting held from EoywidQW *fhose:husbind,'diedsince'tbe I. or on account of any piP.or Tessel,'! leave |and'move,asf ne the cpayincedtba t' w asaa .
,
m 4royea
is Vbeadtifn! wife an4 that ,
before the lime of taking ,. lrau.11 pot always gayetjr ;
to-the % .negligence,
district-to Uoag General Lan4 Office account of Jalh .
; ,
.or on UoAtedtrtiiftiSe *
.e an autheniic passage'of; either of wU4iesril: } [ njr toUT few since, iito the zk "
to
s.a w. f
fiitJe )
fbe tu 10 enable'bim la beprescut certificate Web. scJberei&contane41cen a: tf. i4jewe1_ go but a
lpoI Jn .
eonfinnaiicw,and saidwidow eball.te otherwise entitled to the .wa'Tej .DJ. Stat= .-- c.f jpjtfj J' .U4.JUt.,. 'The-lullbll.Dd.ba-IMea.b: .; .
,at ine,time inplace.d4akbigtbea.aueFand a plator'turveybl the a4'nd-d.Iy:' 'cer- same,'P "MJ.4"h ;' '" '. o nl\e !s yeJy O!P 1 1; l g .' ; a boJDebapP1. btZ' -

lUa aeaice ,ball be given pmhe }pitied and .pproYe by the surveyor general said widow;tloel'aaJe"ii 1 er ot'tathinpoflalbilir11tici 7"r.. I. jaelt& the eoan.-m ,. -
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grtntc4tct "
< teat
time and place of takiiig uy4epoitioioii of CaltTorniai whose duty it shall be to TOOj *?. s-tAi.. ht-f,,, -!*-**** '.* anTrnister'or .::Tuz failythtnf4A 1Da1'Ebs the mean time the -fallen beaoty .isI'paenUy.
cause husband receivedoqe
the UJUtt.4.State.of all 'claims ivhlclt shall be 1t 'i,".''Zo'J' ".J j.or..el.1&1 flQWfjleLowithstan4OS vi moved to'Illinois 1 The old gentlerQan : II1 &ir..t ':
pf Abe private l thin
part finally.,.confirmed : lA'tmniye .Mjt b t 8Uw: l1 Imadt ;
.
ibe 1 Xu: .r,$ .!) b was i'rise4,;esoU erday'to'JIearnfthatgold elates by wW"rav.
ewzeIeTht to a.
to l '
-&c 4Ad belt ftitJMr accurately surveyed and to7& r- : J&w I ;. : !n '
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/ ,. ..0. Ciliforaia'and "JI J ;;
-. had discovered m '. .8I.;"
ai4 tbeli cessions nisb plats bf f.t'I '" ''' v" 1" # w?' etn i.!k1-4
cammtgajoaeta shall hoW the'samejandvin. the! locatimbf4bC q "r l' 6,1 ,, sgsSJffj2JW8WW edf4enIIeTeb : .. a. -
I. f."O .4 -_ ,ii
&: .t he a1detdaughte tdsh-tj1 j- .
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of said of ,
aLach.ume4 and place as the President aLl claims'the surveyor'generalshall A.KEOTiTmprovidiiBg'Jfl,. 'triSJ. .' _''C.1 .. a .. "
th34Jj1e4&nMiI4ire1 which Ibef 1 have the saine powerand authoritfIarinOfeied ,etting.thar1 aeconnU of'th public dit1gpa4,jprmtew'dnrfag :|S* *- J 1l2f 3itt i itV rtX rttort jjf'vitnioI1iP I ._!ghior; b' i-tba ttobbJ'" ef .. 'irf 'Mexico>: .'u pop ascertaibrtktc-aii..' ,, .

PaWie.notice-; rttie i oFlK reglatlr ofthe; land of 4UfeoaoWmgre i fT fTI". STK i: Pmolt.ahlP iDii f. hUngJorDo\V'theta :0'C. -. -
,sbsIt1iQf4be'di ict in which tUe board iii .c.e if.trJ'li': D ab1iC;JDooe\i ( --Resolteirbytthe.- .'SenatfanfJltni k-Jlft' 'Iteu .% r $ L Wi.th,"them eksel1ing: bokl! i59,581. --'. : "f :Y'iF: :
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H', ,ACKB. .' t" ,,\,,. ViatJHjpossiSe ta ttrtaia correct j dates from Havana-to the 13th.AprilThe
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on two voteJan( appllc tion.pf" some:*hn s tiJI tIe e*knt QfthepreiQna made; if anybite whole Island of Cub* 'was excited ..
1fIWy3p4Y -" -* 7' by
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. JtAY t. 1851.' tired of'the.most sa1eitiitns; ,for.i/ a.4.tfb\ I .J : -'lc federd been:seriously entered upon' for ports of military expeditions from the;l7j;

" use ofFaneuilflafl) togiv2 publiclion !i e4j \ uS) -. ajswr attempiuo 'iJistuUy-Spalft io the ted States. An express having 'arrived"at
ETVAKIOS.A ax
CVBAK : of
of Cobs The,idle
11" :possession boasting ;
4 from Mane)
Havana .place
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to'3hjx&':svxslzRridlJake .'1: elvedlfi Vptes \vj (hi ( Southern and the bold 101De.forty
A 1i thlslmbject is not without reason awa.kening ; 1 : wme journal hoaxes miles off with information that a ,
'. the,:attention n of 'the Preu and the score ol f BgUive restorations*cI Ij aLatber" .guaranteei of 'tt. i| ; ; : pit Ise;' practiced by one paper in)thi. eitj,'pa,the beed"t. .' _"ROn.*** wcanonadingbad

u, f1oyT..,1l..tnt city froa that:disgrace and the.an ge |! uj5re iawi; U C;;, 1 q t -' ta" cII'.t BYTof the'former attemptvtake'njiji connection -. movements of TQop5 4men.:., mss .
in the miserable
l" 'fIl"e1.l'i" ." 1 t' ,. are .with the.full contradiction I Lo %'":n, J\T 1h '
i besides/ j h' f t' bo
ngresolttlGrbn ery
exj '
ions already Advanced of several paper and 1. 1",'. : J Ui.'le&f i issue'of that Taunted project, necessarily
.01". :. .' _. month,and the 'expedJtioo 'wa* detkred
to the l
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: eUeitsir1ti9uspoints to- io that be already:withiii tett=Jyiles i.pff Jhe/.tity-.
, ", wards the.conrammation'(f such a'result. '_ pa(the''contemptible' 'proceedings; ..i.n.'f Prepirftt for the between. about the Cubans'being preparedto The excitement'proeeetJed from 'thofaalaveroesuspedcd cmptart
i and the'eUizens nave 'determined ,toMr. gi [ 1 DA-l1qTJOK. : 'of shake off the Spanish! yoke, and .o orcr- to-be suci
: The 4mo9uba, with f its reported prob- ob'si'rvevsnu of flowinKLwUh-eeTplntionaryczeal: .
;u.<*- .,W.a more hearty reception' elsewhere '," British cruiser, the slaves, it;.u said,hav-
,. abilities of success, and ronsequent important i1tAE. ; > are determinEd ;t f,be the,first-rto strike 1 the been landed before the
at ins safely
_
New V rt.has alsovmad a'demon tratibninjcoaplimentto rlrert ( was at-
1ffl DrakeTMiiled from blo'fot their own freedom Wecani only '
the
't rTtHfefptomUeio be absorbing topic d ,. been at tacked.,
I .commeBVif"not'i'tbe-'of'war' between Mr; WtMTsm,,and'inre \;QdajPtim er"iD? Carolina; Mr that, the Cubans. ,'according to'the,:papers Iaie? 't'Mgtb
4-A tl
.
bake ofth&4iml l utiealdErtheii! t the era' French; \rhich;are so lost to national honor as to defend w
) our country and 'E ropean powers., That. .. With tNtftTa.abips'i.ncl' : J' J-; "the' invaders,*: are wOndrously inactive York prss-s&, : #** ,

. : ; the second invasion; or.,at least a serious.atm .dkCity.' 41 9rc*.**,.!?twenty-three.- _, -,- : i I,burnt amid i .all l this' 'talk',abbutrevolutionary.rmpa. By the latest dews'from New Orleans) ,ware

. i;: .' tempt thereat) is a fixed fact,,is strpBgty.tndU Our: neighbor of 'the! New* brings i 'to bearJ.JDa i1IaE;; ; pa i n. t. ttence;'and seem, to be about' as .Jar Jrom informed" thartbrf 'embarkation of the
both wliat Is > L i J IV"ST L pftr Carleili L tftenant, ; ,): striking any-blow; t tpt l 'thiiiivaden. as Cuban expeditioilF't'place'at'' New
cated jby uad ao'nfiniie
passing r omr dear*, ol':.italic* j,#upon* ,:the T.tM.terms.f of l"I' I they 'were\.ben: /G.no'Lope ..misguided Orleans end Galveston between the 2.0ta aaj
I own' obseryation and by reports from other the' Governor's)letters: .to.the Secrrtary. of-- Frqbisher, Fiancis 'gfiollis' ,' : : horde had so'remarkabeaspectnen! of their i 25th l instant"' ,The probabilitr 'of an iava.sion .

: jj '. ;** it sailers,1 strengthened ,by tntiraations freely War and bis'proposal to survey the territory ptahvp and gentlemen.! : ) number' gives; readiness' 'cooperate,' .In' .revoIu!, '"oizing I is discussed freely: by-11 partiekan4there

: 1 .' made i in, onr vuat.; Jackepnville has within occupied! by the Indians., This,'with a copious missioVby: them, 'pf-great t j !i t ."stamp, the" island: : : / ., are many who are'foolish1'enough' to

; thelaif. week had much t"he"appicawice"of> a infusion of, notes ofexclamation? ,: '.(!3 j. .anan1egt1q._the".Island ; b--' 'We ,t.uEto"jredct first that noconsiderahleVumber believe,"that an'immediate' tht.U*merit-
't o
that'canbeielied
of able. in the
enlisted men < 'Havan.M' greatest excitement
-: rendezvous for one branch of the.. P patrioftray. which some eatyrUt has described i as,."pOm: i adptherp It; : are will' engage:ia second perpetration of the from the Captain General down to the-cart.l .

. :1 i : .:Sttaoge arrivals have been unusually polls monuments-of:pauper though" will !l 'ijl1fe' oCjCahh! !; : : .high "Cuban folly and secondly that any-attemptat eDi!:and allhougbth'e/ I.lan4- UsoweU

:3 1 frequent among whom are one, or two personages ,make the* experienced 'fnnctionarywhosejstraightforwardness 1' P : ; up< to the'present time 'at an',,armed j interference fortified and occupied:,whh troopsthe Jfpta.iards .
,
'M has won; .for him i ftbe3 among th.., ..\TsJ. I / wnh'the/'aflairs .b{f ,CuM, vrill rea lt.in/)be look-forward with fear and trtmbHng
of note who served officers in the 1. .
1 as tf# t :
: .,taeek another I: :is' n- complete discomfiture of the lawless! pirates, to the coming of the Lope expedhion..Accountsfnflb ;- '
Cardenas expedition. Rumor, .too the title of old Matter-of-Fact1! upon reflection necessary fearful penairelribntion;
.:1 ,, presiding | ; :and and a example : HaTi ,.
1; j ': genius of mystery,'has it that Gen wonder at bis'8 mplici ,}in'proposing a surver TIie'y doubled ,ihe'iCape! : | the ex- Nay'when'we.think of the means pf greven- New York Exprts to' _
i :>hen there : baving'taken from)bla'nd_ : tion and distresstb.icb: tb ,,Ct.uenera > /
'
; \ : :.Gonzales Lopez,and Quitman,have recently campaign; areis.ovtoDy.dbughty have .
\ \ *.. fresh-atettbey.eathEl of'Cuba js knovTT-how.ti we find it theGoveTnorGeneralis"wenjaware6fUifact ; : .
: -1 Generals.'in'the lft they : different possess
taken Savannah and fend/wfcc, I ;
1 sudden flight from '
;- diflicuir{ believe' for : moment that that another invasion:'of thTlslind! iof i
", : soldiers inthevarWUbE gland in l'da, oi ,.the tweflt.gntn' :that, wrj? : a ,
werenot :
.
areensconced somewhere withEe '
i. 0 ., peninsula witless i 'be found who gravelyentertaini' tcontemplated r f
; wight and 'e
'
,vean :
4
i any ,
I i'- of Florida. Added to tmVwehave. .1812 r bave eklrmifthed'ehpngh iiltcmaccthnplished followd, the, Oat along". pi ,our Jhejdea 'of :'wresting, the island :

. '. .f. 1" 4 visions pf pbantomsbipsin ready proziintyI ; I u\'.'oush-fightmgr !,DetWCI1the.cretary 1 aUngtheharbus. : !'"t,_' .' 'III-. ,I ; : : ;! qulplpe eas,;of t from: its.,:'present possessors7Neverlbeless; and:.ydefenceThe aatioO' :insposng4 Writer 1I ganiceen.:' f ,
"
:. t. I I. ,.r!, to'receivp. Jn.due. IJme .the.colle t u.torce'.l .'and the editors'the Governoi's, 'I Drake-goingin; i 'pln aces ; : : neutral. he'ahthpritiesl: there Tseein to entertain ,the says
:. ; idea of; some'.inch, .aggrehin'm veroeot.The' Since the ,departure :of,MrCala.
,.. : and a more substantial indication. 'pl what's.. plan -is thoroughly demolished-thoughthelatter.forgot fort Sarv.Juan.de, ; Pin .! i second 'Courier 3d Etqti. Vni> usually.well in. gates'ol the diflerent mi1i1ary'p: :receat.ly -

:' ::; ; to pay1:iAI the' arrival of eoflsignments in:: their strictures'"to'.&vert tothefactthaitheGpyernbr.proposed i ards'were j then building.I i "of ; ; shall will fodalludiniotheseiurnors, .say: erected here and elsewhere,are closed to

;" t: of vttrtfumdize, which when opened,!.,will { t ; ; to :sus- lad.not yet,finished: r ; ; :its. final ""That.whicb-giies: most<.weight to these all except those,who are? entrusted. with a

.1 t go off to the astonishment! of plodding' the-survey; by.. regiment volunteers P ipsite! ,' 'Itt the' distance ,o; : reports j in.the attitude assumed by the Span. pass,'of and countersign upwards oNwenty"thousanmeuae from the? DdSebt< :

,Tfie "Liberatot'J'i were .un. with instructions'to the Indians and l league, he attempted to bo scruples isb'GovernmentWeknow, from an anthentic tary ,
capture 'tt
. t .,' shopkeepers. s under arms at,night; ready; amomenfs.
that the most' energetic
'
.:.I, : : ... til Tuesday morning last anxiously &na. destroy"the, townsj ,they to 'b'e.back. d"by nci success".. The* same.- i1i :; that the? ,structions; source have been given to its; employees, warning to.march i in,any,direction; ,, ':

: '. t.3p :'1' bCur1Y.ex.pe to depart on their mission ; garrisons of regulars l .on the !frontier:" Thisis a village of.lndi.an living ;! ) i : improved, and that the disposable troops have been distributed "TbeSavannab;J u tean,'saysr :

.: not inefficient at least ses. and thincehe crossed be..wh'te' .through the island in such 'a manner ; i'We find m-tbe'Gvutd "
'." i but the .arrival at that time of ,a steamer, so very a plan- one : : : a crrespondn
:, ,'; from Savannah bringing the U. St Deputy would not think: so from 'the'.,outcry raised Augustine'wiib/some. '.eom .light bt t as to IOflo nd. the invaders at'tbe point between the Ca.praio-G eraJ'or Cuba and a
: ) and of debarkation, wherever be, if by Colonel named :Javier4,
may of Cavalry .Quintal
.
a.c. He dished shor
. Marshal and several custom-bouse officers against-withdrawing,volunteers in 1849. on ( .
of succeed 'In elud
t} ( j ( extraordinary;: fortune they ros. The Colonelwrites'fro'nthe'-IEcaro,
. :tti ; from that port and St., Mary's, have caused But,'.we give thee iJ4'of the Governor's captains to make, some .P ; ,be" as ing' thejvigi lance. the"cruisers.. : In'such and!informs HJs Excellencrthat l! ii'eryanxiOus

. h l t an apparent hiatus in the programme of ariLt proposal in his'own words :. Spaniards, supposing,the:ene ti 'for taletbe Captain General 'is determined to to par; with bra'existenceHU7ikbt

:< l \ rangemenU. Thepe officers, under instructions M would propose that orders be given for number,' fired some_shots J l make a;,terrible 'exaJ'Apleand'_ the gallowswill which he ,wes to bWQEeiiMiO1in.

I, .r : arrest Gonzales, Quitman the immediate survey of the'whole Florida before the English i could_ : \ : : ; ;b| Jm. terminate";the expedition those'who. : try," and therefore'make's p2e.rrpf"ei: tfca, -
to Lopez or
1' ,
, :. Peninsula and as experience has shown that : .*-< .; tab,part.1n .it,'. ,Seven thousand men arj of the most loyal kind.; He l intimates"that
.: i if found within the, bailiwick made minute the.soldiers of the-'regular army are not as abandoned the fort and ieasbI-, concentrated' at Puerto Principe;which seems '''general la wi"-4he'report is'jgeneraE..
: ; for their whereabouts but these where there wasa.guard t as'con- be of the anticipated rebellion. that 'invasionof meditated.He .
;; inquires capable of penetrating the swamps and everglades ; ; : to the.foeus : a new* jMrates ii
:" ;J. gentry opt having been seen'or known to be of Florida! as class of men 'raised and fiftysoldiers.! ccesa and The American frigate' Saranac has put to goes orlto say!that-since ilefijjt'\ 'inva.
on the Indian .frontier, and accustomed tohuntingknown The' discharge ofthe'. i. presented sea: as .well as the (French steam-frigate sion*be has oanizfi35Orneiirtne4! *it. .
: : :; here they, were only found non-comatable. ; much MosJor,: 'to; around, the' ;coast; lances acd'arbiResi' .' i"J 1
as cattlemindingbo
understand
\V : i : : Other inquiries made by the deputation the Indian and the.wilds they inhabit English! faller. ,., fnndVtben' !; .as" t.i is, while on the Cltnei"lt'dbc' English fri' ate *Ii5:, Excellency! i leiponds to this letter byacknpwledgfng

!. .., S proved equally' fruitless. as the Indian 'himself;and who have began' reinforce not i : l1ng and Alarm/and ,brig Persianhave' arrived 'at the satisfaction ;with which .

; : 4. There are chances that Cuba may be lost always been a terror to the I ans-let a Spaniards! bad l rtVpp: : : ; ;;'on,the Havana from Jamaica to protect' British .interests he has rrcVvcd this, hyress10I-01J0YukT,,
.
:: V to old Spain some time in the course of the volunteer regiment of:such men'be raised as peared to them temerity to. the'oth' :in any event." /' and 1an'WtnDg.e C&Jp l jhai! (he.'Jas.
'
: I an escort and protection to the surveyors as of ; :fear "of "' -These' ''Ja ts ind cat how utterly futile made' the'best, :;possiMe'arrnge1ente.i ; for-
ignorant they were
.' .. present moon ;, but, we believe.Uncle Sam and to act as their pioneers, with instructions vtl tthe-:; most be'any sucfiUttempfa* that talked of. -' the Immediate extermnlatJOII. pf;;as':many
'. : and his progeny will be worn off in the long to capture all the. Indians.they fall in been raised against them. : other 'Add to these," what is::equalIy/' certain, that bands of'pirates'as shall.dare. ,to' 'bet" foot/on -

,: ; run. Americans may even rep .Mi'aniset with and destroy their towns;' and the posts ly r#returned,the pinnace | i 'do'u t President Fillmore holds-the honor; of. his the soilttz.; Sw4*", ,. "L/s't.: :

; ; : Cuba ; but- if, the boon unsought ,by theCubans on .the line or frontier be garrisoned with ,and while there consulting ; .panlon-, country a'sacred deposileyto",faithful- :The Havana Faro; Industrial,of the""J1 f'
t the regular troops-for the, purpose of protecting which the fort should. ih-' Iy preserved at all hazards; that, liker 'his says thafifperceiv'eS by'New, ,Orleans and
themselves. andtt.e, fruits ,9Tctory : that i)he 1 '
; the frontier settlements
and believerin
receiving lamented predecessor is a. firm other t another ex pjeditioa is about
i iards .papers
whether '
absorbed the invaders, it will be a blot all the Indians ;.captured! or, : enjoyment I
1. : by that may be captuied or thai national .honor and- international good. to'be'fiuedoutto, attack the alandstl Cuba,
...,. :'t : on our national.,character before the world. may voluntarily come in, and to 'serve: also bet r.to.go pn their I way, : in faith! and will exert;/aU the ,'powers""at. his I i I but apprehends no danger front tie invader>

*; ; If>Cuba, add another.link to the as depots for supplies for the'surveyorsandvolont : arrived, who'gave. i ari.bim-' : disposal to suppress the Tile. project now a I The editor speaks of the fonnifabJ.. 'prepa-.
: !: Union it in rs.;- At the same time let the agent fort"was forsaken, and ; s& are all second time?. mooted ;* -and'it1Anil; become I ations of'the government.'jepd all: emf .
: States in pur not ; I : i voluti
,may notify the.chiefs of the determination"of the n; '
: : in manifest-that>lhe f 9cheme,. if'sefioualy en- f mies, and of'the certain defeat'-aiulpU3aJl-.
t, .* r I. ;. strengthening! the:South,:embolden the 0 General Government to survey and settle the pnrsuiofthe. Spaniards. .1 ,Amer- tertainedmusf i inevitablyend.i ; 'J jnf( :>verwbel, !. i meat of.the invader*,*'should they4ahr: .'.

: > 1: to clamor for acquisition of Canada,thus country and to 'remove the Indians, offering The English returned. : \ i ming ""discomfiture and; ignominy! to 'ihose [tempt the eoriqaest of nhe":Island.-1 .
KSI i : such;bounty as be'deemed sufficient to haste, "andcpnducted, by, nJer good: iu"i r : .,.
: ; bringing in another world of free-oil, as the may who participate! .in). .-oJ: "
'
: .
; .' all who,will come in by a given day. to remove they arrived' in broken'; rd ; rtance : 0 Hot'JO Cuu-4)! ehuadred. and twenty :
r. price of our,repeated effort, ,to preserve the. to the West and all who do not ,come ; 'event of A"Sscosj)tixrrJiw 6*CciiiVaue'in- enterprislng looking'oung 1DIt. tookctha. .
'. :: ; : balanceofpowertoourselvest. Crusades in by.that time will, be treated as enemies San Joan,,where they have'good moil afloatthataiec nd attempt m ab&utto f \ car <

: ; pn "onf j part.to relieve foreign colonies l from and ,outlaw's. I verily believe; that some carried away fourteen b : : bad not, be.rnront'tkEU&tEd.S'taiestbtffecIa rnorued'bat lt;rofr 1i -:
, .. 'i'-1 plan of the kind'hich I have crudely thrownout had.been sent there,for its ft'l i ; jnfernal revolat ion'in the"Island of Cuba.: ,These -k If wen und food be1MLtheuit., I'
; presumed oppressions
; t.. compromising-' would-effect the peaceable removal fcl f I destined forthep quoted. rumors come both.'fronx the, North and:theSouth.1 tended destination is the Inland sofCabal-/ .
": .( ,; .treat;,obligations J i "-and.giving-i .toleration) to the lad ans with the least delay' and coM- I money .- Itis'soltpe.c"ed that the: ri zatioR *: Several young men;from AiletzjoitedthE l'
bad been left there
:, I! .' lawlessness' ...-may be not altogether.,discreet whilst would accomplish the.double purpose I which, """ ;,; of the expedition is to take place at or in'the Company. before it left. 11%perhaps

'; ., .r : in the South in these days of u higher law'' "of completing the public lurvej'/in fe'r.The ; ,neighborhood Apalaehicolaf< Florida,'and worthy.{ npiice, .in JhrnI.conne lioBstBat
f'i : claim set by our Northern neighbors. Florida and optn :'to' the'people the.only Sergeant-Major have been that at least four thousand men are to been bl.hitlozej-: hooe*".of Rifles-were yesterday: I
up portion of the United States suitable to tropical third in rank, concluded: 'to'a'sec- gaged in it.A large.number 'of men have .mo rElagshijedoabe; A.tfua'l,
f; -: We think any aid given to Cuba by.our,people productions." ,_ / It is left the interior Georgia[ for the Gulf coast; :Point, .rail,mad frothiplace. .' .'H-' '
J would be legitimated if the Cubans rst't' As'a substitute for this our cotemporaries' were,carrying;off.,precious 'empJates and: boxesof,Rifles have "passed over the ",- : lAllanta (Geo.\-Jut: f .1Odi
of,(b ,i leaving money in Island- Georgia.,Rail-Roads in the same direction ; '
attested their devotion
to liberty byraising recommendwhat, they term a system of "Re initiative It i.wasstated.thtbeiefliung men ,were
:'t' in their midst its bright and sacred standard. wards ing had time in which to with z\UeMtbere".wiU: be.'clearer'develppements ; .rpirfrfor/SavannaJb: bat,being'deceived
I and Punishments, which is indicated should o"f. the;purposes'of :-the/tetnriors:: ,in a ;
dell that they be
i The revolution of :an,:oppressed .people as'follows :; ; 'or'render few, days. 'Late accounts from"Cuba represent by'a'false report of 'arrjcngements* l Gen.GonraieTiatb .

i should begin ,at"home., The sympathies"o( I '"Wfeel satisfied that NO $50000'or'; .$ 00OOi ,. upon he lode,up to)the e : : ; WitL- ,tbat.tlie! '>authorities of:,the'Island are (city retraced' theif;..steps T
?' all would ben be ) found. there already, p i. wsHjpre pared for the)reception of the parties,
"' ': men spontaneously n, )given in rewards for the c ptur /dead /Joi the A paragraph'in-a subsequent. _number of' tit. I
t='r, and those wbbQfehed from distant'shores'to Of alive of these outlawed savages,.would them, :by.hisexample: 'to.' relations never: they make -.an appearance :there, Atan1arpaperayS' :' :- "" ;]\ i
having had an inkljfgof the movements''in
induce the. hunters frontier for considerable '
hardy ofpur charge a
"
: aid in the patriotic seoud.be1Eonse- ? Tbe Ctbi Invasion DentsJJaTe
counties 10 form'hunting 4" ) this! country, kQur wish is,1 that every one move not
r parties pursuithitotheir '
crated there were some marshy i would the affairwha come to a bead/: A'bandrtd'repoi'tSve:
to memory.asthe'names of Lafayette haunts and concerned in may land in Cuba yet
.capture or destroy lard of,the Guard, because ; ;\ they in- be shot .with but little afloat in jelaticn to the mailer, .bat to '
1' : : Koskiusco, Puiaski.. and.DeKalb," We door them.. If the State would dp this she would may ::or bung cue r
,\b '
follow the rest, lay : profe s mony.-Wilmington (.AT.. C.Chronicle. 2. ing authentic,to.ibrow light upon 'their ,r:
A not presuppose the Cubans are'averse to revolotion i7io ev money by the' operation; for' the enhanced .. proba *
., value of the'State lands alone bis convenience and : ; sent niancenyres.The Government, however.
h ; on the .contrary;the ,discontents 'consequent are led From the"Richmond ((Val) ?ime t is faking active steps to prevent the expected;
t 4 island and the mfl- upon the .event,:would, amount to Major came near he;fired. t con 5: CUBA;' The '
reported frpm.their rigid doable! >the cost-to' say nothing the advancement ; c. foray. com;a ty wh ci passed through
; itl.ry:'epi nage. prevailing there, warrant of individual prosperiiy,and'the shot him'in the'head. .S Papal .The developments wbicbJiayebEEn'iuad.withinashort'timepast this,place! some time since,'hi ve.ot retun.*,

". (c: \u the beliefthat..4oyalty is a feeling hot altogether immediate, influx. of, ,population." \ not kille'd, he came forth ,and and 'the the : leave 110 room.to e4 to their honesy, as.has.been reported.....1, 4IxvAsxor

1 t Yet has i What the", "'punishment"" .i iLl, or for what with his dirk in sight of, ; doubt'tbat the country is about' to be again r' y I
I: to depended, on. tyranny the unsat disgraced by a new expedition against Cuba, I :or CCBA. Thire :hayerLetza
... "\;T" rJr never yet,.driven the, people l to.a demonstration. default,- or, upon whom it is 'to operate, is they could come up to bis : : ',Conti- made' up'of citizens.of the ,United States, some demonstrations' within :the; last ,few"dajf

to .: ", .' Cardenas gave poor encouragement not. stated. Spaniard charged bis piece thing for The point of general rendezous is said to' bon ,;wJiich! seem, to..!indicate.the.existence
,' ft retired to thei bi ke.' ex the Floridacoast. The of organization lor the purpose of:mak"nr ->.
,w Courierpziuted
s to its. deliverers, who were left .to a bloody Now the Governor has recommended a I this dire another dcsent> Cuba. OniTttes
at Rome in ,
Georgia, says: pon
..i t ; with i lancers. We u-allri-'eyi' for the of makin'gavailable keep out; of sight and : ,
encounter" Spanish seer very purpose through ,"For the last. few, "days there have been day Friday,'and Saturday of last week
,
M ]r :1 1iii aJe p mmit! !citizens tendering their efforts those lands from which it is eo desirable who'sought for him.. that pow- rumors afloat in our city of another expedition some sixty: or s.ventymen passed down the
V. make much dejected j fYi t .dl ; she push Macon and Western and,Central 'roads as
;
I and resources. to; the cause 'of the Queen. the State should money. against Cuba* and quite a' number of .
her in far as' Ca.'day's-twenty miles this, sideofSavanrah. .
These symptoms by no means flattering He.also :recommends. ',to,be employed! tb! their companions at the .a policy young men from Rome and its vicinity have .. They ,seem to,have.; gone
is
left it supposed, to join in this rather
t..t'll't i to the hopes ,ot a revolutionary'ground-; "hunters", whom all admit to be the most The ordnance were then ; to ad. ',and.hazardous enterprise .It is also delicate thither under,.some :misapprehension, as the

:: .. swell when'thet low is again"struck." The efficient force to apply against the Indians-. into the :pinnaces and ,what e rumored .that'this new. movement is sanctioned whole,'force returned to this city on:.San-,

\ i rcepipnotheadventurersmaybewnzbut these to'be ''instructed to capture all the In- also taken to. the ships.. I Britain ,'if not prompted, by men of influence day night On Mondayymorning tbeyjpp :
the line of inarch 'on the &Ilthw
:,,' : S. uncomfortably; and as success or failure dians they fall in. witband to destroy .their! determined to.go to flourishing, to .de- and Southern official standing i in Georgia.and other up road., Their'destination is entirely unknown_ e"

I : .r : consigns,them, ,to,the category of patriots or towns,and the regular posts to be receiving that time the town:was and run ;is to States.'sail from We Savannah understand on the expedition as.'their stories are somwbat conflicting and.,

.h :j'' '. fiiratea 'we.;Jew .there, are: full as many stations for the captured Indians; He proposes prosperity, having already' 1 : at home, next,'(April.9.),. ... Saturday contradictory. We pretend not to,.saji

; ,. t chances for ihe.lastnaaud distinction, as for .too that ,all ,who come': in voluntarilybe a parroquial Church,'and a few Letters from,Alabama. state that another "what's in' the wind," but would not be aunT
: : .has prised to receive stirring news in a few.days..
.t 1 It\i\ the better prestige of: the st. For the reputation given bounty, and all who refuse ,by a ings,with gtoYes b he : repub-. party.is to embark at Mobile from Calif ornia.St Domingo,Cuba, or.some,

S Mr 4 of.our country., we, hope the effort given time to.be .treated as outlaws. This came so heavy a fall of' the Amer. > In the meantime, the National .Executive other quarter of the globe UaconiG
1 I t J k- 3 may prove ,to 1 have originated the Cubans is precisely a system of Rewards and Pun lish'could' not march there, is not idle. Orders have been issued to the Journal. j i-
: isbments" ed)up erefi: the opposition commandants of the naval forces to, be on '..
\ and, that they may be foaad leading much more learlydefined and the alert, and the most decided mwtu'eI will ::
IJ having with him his ( that From the (Greenville.: S. C-f-Somthern PatrWr
; thet.ru"le't glorious termination': rational than 'the'one' above suggested: I j it would be bee.ken or arrest. the parties and breakup ; 'of pri14&h. ":1' .

is in fact a proposal to combine the volunteer Matheo Morgan, arid : ; act iq expedition. A Jettertrom Washingtonsays PLc.DXOJI!woVI ,
We are pained to' learn that the ibsener : !_ ; '
arrived Governor -
they "
and regular forces in removing the Indians after ;
- of Cot- J. P..SA.DZ OW from"hiast.U : part to ''10 tbe''HI6tory.olF.ar Aus1t
P a'policy j which was strongly urged from many bad fallenback'.pni San' :. behalf of ',''The. 1l istratioQ is rift the alert to' sup. beautifullysayr i that of the kuxdrtd'JT dow
Solicitor.for the Eastern District! ;at the open. there for Defence( ', the : pressthe, expedition.against Cuba, With
e
quarters during .the. more recent.outbreak e : t bondage sand persons who ajsembled! in Paris towiK
a. tigof' the' 'present term of 'the Courts,.was and which has .commEnded both. 1icea 'with: the suffered, the.new expedition there will be but little ness,the execution of Louis the'sixteenth-%
always
43LI .rI4QDa4.Jy" the critical. illness of .Mr*. maud which popular sympathy, as it will be understood there were not one hundrtd who aeeretJ1'au4'at !
lest his small force '
itself the best. ,
be rather than "
to
as piratical '
to the patriotic.
,
kIItI .s.AKDQao.Jf.e whicb terminated lata.nyon last : ,.heart :desired his 'death; and yet thee'
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if Tl '
The safest advisers in war have not beil come found divided of con "The Government will not be bound, a sec not one man.in all. that vast concourse'. .
iII1! !_ '* eS;' the :sanguinary in'their code, and be.c cant; the,English i "avenged cf( : :'com ond time, to,intercede for these adventurer-1,: was of_human .beings"who had the'boldnets la'

itfrI J; ,3XIG'C4PTA1NKIXG.- use the,State and men might make money] bfficer yseuing; fire io it.,' Cuba is whenHhey;shall authorities be again ,caught, nor wilt avow,bis opposition to this execrable morder .

4rI ewwt'ebeftr'fol/w> with the reV -.' !by.;:. mercenary: butchery, of .a race,. it i it i 'Iumed' theYhofe.'and:' } : England.-The the, Spanish e1emency.10wards be them.expected" t&exer.mat --.'i Such her Vreign was,9f.te public TOr opinion."_ But in.France it was not during publiC" -

? i uWubIsItAQ11 Wig tributato, the poor reason, experiment .should be tried, trees] finding person I in every, \\s: The authoiie! olCuLaare fully \int- opinion. ,Public opinion was suppressed byiterror. :

t d jnertpf.C } I1I \,. d zu'cnrownr i ibcartJ even. ,if'we could! 'bejnduced to, believe' .theunters1 This barbwus"action ; upon !lid with.,the intended 'movement' ,* and 'have 1 bis terror, too, was produced apowerless ",
made
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.W1 ".be .JflUaJDJa1ft.On- ( ofFlorida., :poases sed: an'animiu completed,the"blps sailed. ; (Und S corresponding preparations. for. .i its-'ret,KI power; if .it had'oDll been:eony-1
both ?
-. N Ss.ini1 t. .i.n' ., in that direction.. The Cuba;effervescencemayitact doing the Jik, (tb Point 1 I '>restric caption by land and .sea., fronted witb boldness_"and defiancev The'.(

.'. _tJ .',tot ,. ""J'At..uU" ApdU'- "., on'our shores soon enpngbj'with-!: ) with the :fort, San. ::Telip'e! :' / f! : ,nation could*,. ;I. ';: s. forCat" $-.-: ?-?, bravest spirits of the land.were ,"scatertd.ife. ; .
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I Mz..EDITOE;.V%;desire lo ask a plies To oaf p,rmaking"',the, wont.Indanatrocities falfed to land, bX.;reason o| t ( countriess' The,.rtipThpraas, BAITWOIU Fitsonr: Apr; from tIt Ne P.Mr. ,6r- to horrible submissbn11; erimeslby by Jalse a'phantom' pubr: scared c*'PPiAiotaJTb *

4 I ,.ooJqlJ to tendtr to Captain.tfaxou* :iWitoblf this junctare., :_ '. ,ib'eseaandaa .dyerse : !eaps :.a/Tived jat Philadelphia to-day-rt-: *:was strikingly Wuethtted-by the downfall ,
L '. ,Knr;p. *e e.fep,for bis uni/orm ur- : 'r altemarda the:course was ; and free ports! 'passing ouT the 40th instant twa Spanish of Robespierre in..the'zenith ol;hi teni- '
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;: v? anity dftiiODi'an4 kindness;MM cmm nder :Fn iy'.nii, preVious ,the I adjournmentpf ginia.: : globe most pro J; ,frigates,'paving on board :_'t number ,of *ble power, ;' ? -3 ** .!is* **** 4

;- f'(the bteamers"pn'ibj lio* from' fcer.Iat? Leg repeated by; alianctsomeroti' 't', 'E4.: t.... .. : rid,, troops destined,for.the,Island of Cuba. ":.. wnnexion '4tbtd: -0Uoodyjyra4f "HW

I'I'i i SaraJKiab'tO ibis place; and pur deep reffet ;bcrnlaw: (f' 1847 forbJddidgie 'PO- ; thE Coy-Tery [ ..Rumors are prevalent that recruits are beng "mention aainedent'tot4'qimany '
AV San;:MatheoO were enronedin.tbis.city. for the .iOD\\/ yua&ncebyMrPoiurrtiH&Tf
'
.of her to fugitirslaves. < the law : .o(
p ootijvI nboutie, riDgt .use :p sons secure: Cu bit., .' i. wistin France.shortly rafter thof'
four hundred 1iIards !; -fi.".*feu. 4'\.
Jh. ctbopc.bow enrtbt we may .i ?; ; J. ; : zz.wiII no _: BAtTiMpwc:,ApM9.< '' |85liS t It rrq>,f,,nd,was introduced ,to Taffien 144
the ef- '
fortress all
lhrcand"wsre
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4 I ftia seekiffl;beo, commandir, of some .The remaining ; olindietment; foriiiting ". ; r to ippro- ; :ABflCDl ,ouJookinf ltearner,...po',name the course of their couversatibnr j alladed11throttling.Robespierrein '

vi_ Dmlt ... u .governthent'timber.befors the U.: & the enemy iw.: "but.bearing fc-itr/! \ .ubjega't.; orwhJ: b'; ai iot r g "cJi q\ fluip, to T&lan'e'bol4aesJtienonnin..Cbattbefol;u4'*.
),)l ,. Ia.id,'- rejoinedwebiva J1 Q'4oubt-; Court at Augustineweredecyed: theacquittal .wltbwbat theyhad 6I1et d 'bei own bAltoi "prf ThursJay-night; ; :an4 i'ftlf > the :

-- byJia mmuflity.3 ", .: of ,the parties,:-ttpon the sdnissioo GjVernorretu>ned'to:Saint i : ; present communicating1! h.the..hpre, .left j witl,ti:;" pepuUesy when itwassnppoeed ha wasapowerful .tof-
:
k & -oif"* )'It CO; by the jury and court;6f, U>e;private grant Ins pulyuteocnough. 'br : i iS : pI '-w? large-oamber, ..Ptt.men.on.ho'jMf. ,. A' :: human Jwings Jn FIlnce4aM.wagon'went sem,.byJm ra erTwery leads **

Lfl H.o ,. B' '.; i owned:by-Jod t DooflsVas, :covtricg' n'>1atheod1e caraaby i\ of the Jedjkiof; DdMtMaefeold i ,* "&yo,the;gaillotiney'to,.bavei-Uew kei $seat

\ Sf ? -'; Jo ty whereon.sai4.r ttDzU atloied/to& ,fwicbtJ tfe9 townC bf"* ** j ; ; i : t/* h* 'written(a-fog. 4'-Cpo1u, ECu. off I Tsilien's replr .toMr.; Pourtrrr-., ;

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, tbeVUloUne'the next Hay. ,It. :DEL&STEFILEN3 are.ltJ 1..1'eq" 1itnaSlrolED. i4'.JL'iaoat.ii4 : : U.e.Iu.t ft ; 4AflIfzoIWJ1 : 4 : J ,. -t-4- _
to ted to MtUe theIr account bytho.." &May'IS5l'else \ bas1iea be "r\ioa ArvnrpPabla i4Vi5 fspt. ., .
Wtwrtn Kobespierre p.nd my. te it-oyc ,to. ea4YfIL -. .1.O" I II u..lI.tJre"-.' 't
3jorexiaenc-fornfeV As Snaa.itfflscorered they will be placed int* tbe bands of'anAttorney .f _c. a *
(.:! th there was one man- InjjbodstnlCkb0wat for cy1Iec Uon, : _, Sm1. Iw{!rE'I'' W.lI t' 1it.'tf. .ogtfalantst f&agtaa4 ui Euler Uutl1ni1e.4, and of svlarx Sl5lma.* 'f.& &f". .asset bamctoriut giv*'satisfactory niMu.amhiti 0riaene* good"**J moral the AlhleZ ." .,.-.. 'c-1.4fdJae. MI.c Q Q 1leAIlenL.TssRz.1l '
friends -
} leare te'tend' inetr services ,to their 1't. :*.flua-Ebiin MirabScIomsa
tbe bead oflbIoodytrbuhJi ,Jacb Dtnt ,1,185L-; tf 1t'
w14 lie qulZeuaelesstornt.top.akftmerits studies vu 'y' _
"fn Gcoreia, South Carolina Tennessee'Florida : following :,,., 1J JMiI""s&e. .
; Eobesp fell pow.tIeiea&44 : LAND 'xpd Alabama with the assurance that aU business of the jest r1r.1t'hJe1L.1ov antarialas Itaboll'to Arithmttie,'ElemenUof JUgebra.J-ath. Tlrlg Gtv14eksaa C44i ,
1.. Ibe>xecralion8 of all Fiance.jeJ114 .;.\ULl.T- .ltYJOUNTY !: ,entrusted to them will receive, their devoted attention. give to 1aericaa*PabUc.- Siam the Greek GrammarJacob'*: or ,Felt on'* Greek BU LI. '. .aj1madAblel r
.
.. .to him : Pre-emption n ItlhtL"II' JH.M.I>YE of Savannah. isolated position whch Lbs citillaw baa bse n per- .Readerud"th first'two'DtekVof Xeeopbefl'sAnabgIs1 BootheJ ',1oei5sarC-
'NIwr t that g.ren .
a ,except. '. -'- *. .at' ''JOSEPH A SHEWMAKE. mitUd ooepiia Ecgknd,few of tbe standard JftcoVi DGeri1lC'a1.4b1 Reader,Sal- Barfield Louis A 2 Ma 1sjU- -<

.b kI&brcopnon; ; .' ;! GEXEKAL, LAKD Orrtcz. ,1 Savannah,Feb.1351, of Burke eo., Ga..1- works conoerniig 41 kavst.Jboea trnil&ted.lnt.. last or Ctcsar,Cicero'.Select Orations,and.. "Yirla '- Butts George .. ,tiatw'Ju.:4'
this time UUI *
;
: .Carolina at to Exgts.a4 woatbea-lI1p .b, or what shall deemed.euzl.: ,
's it is JQ .Mar.c111.1t5J..s' .A r.11., ... ;im tka : Bessaoi Christiana Messesgs i fI
orI1aalnI1dhtreatleann.th5t *
onfi- ... 1 -
Zvd to seeMioa. Welelicvr as F ORDER:THAT't1ie;jiberal views of Congress iiav*no doubt that in Louisiana, t ,.l.iQe:T.-a!*, is EXPENSES.. Brown* Abraham ; .Nina. ." 0 ary,A".1..

:d )1.1I'e'do io-our xi5lfncelbat a in passing,the Act ttt 23lh.September,j r ,. S.'WR 'kel', C4lif01ul51 sadIn&he,usw1erttetha: tht J1JJi. ,.EmBcErn: 1t1hi itn l nt enter as Fresh* BroouWhiUleltlI ? b
'larre7majority of, the people of &rat ,<*r- 1350.granting Bounty IAn&tO. certain'Officers j r( rTT..O iN '41'LAW.7LOE1DA' tiS States,as well as haL Caaad tW. will' *3&afiv dollars if r**'SoptcmotV''dollars B.- &.T.sr O aaw1a..oRohrC
-.c
OW1I1 'opposed tt. ,secession, lot .theyirLvebeeQ and soldiers-who have been engaged in.the Military J' I o) .i.1 i'.zA : be a ready demand for: your pablieayoa.: las Junior.fifteen"'dollars; andVMf'as'.acniw, 0tlarkEvbal '
are service of the-United States,may lie,carried: t professioa throughout tbe Union will readily lend twenty. .dollars.. ,- *. -.%. $ Oglesby flhsa. .- .
thwjopF-11" '
afraid to ei'.ieE$ wbattbev i out, and every expense totke <;"Warrantee, be'1 ,Reftrence,. ,. their tayor.to the undertaking aad J.:irart:that I4'Sealol. 21 Slsn.. CawJnoM OleIHear'ort9.
IB far in the benefits \ ..r Tuition i !l 00 *'$21 OQ CroowRibaaCamjpfietdEd '.W
ua'ky remwgly acqorertca voided as as possible obtaining jw enterprising tone wiUAnd its interest,ia : $
non..W.B &.vnnabeorgia.. .
'.,uppoed[ to be public. opiuicn-j :11ey,tvc granted by the gratitude* of their country"for I ; FLniLro ,; :. ., publishing, from time to time in the English la-n. Room rent, 4 DO ,'-"4 Co. ". ,

leu he State gliding on into a ody r.v. faithful and patriotic services'j and:at the.earn March 20?,'1851.< tf- : -' guare such other standard work a*will otiS the incidental lWU", 1 DO. ..:J W Cohen Jacob .PleC 1f ."-1,
_' i and abborred time to secure to the hardy and enterprising set .- basis ota civaiaw library ,* 'Uw of Library, 75 ,,75 CUyett"WiHiamCandap 'i'k..Daaf
*-, wiuwn,,which they ,dreaded tier on the Public Lands the fruit of their industry 'j 'NEW'SPRIN'GGOOns: : : I
*M.yet they bare stood silently. ,by,or cbecr'rf and privations the Secretary of .the";Interior ,In SUBSCRIBER'bs-ifceived .and oflersJL'4for servant, GEORGE EU nS." Fuel for Oratory and Rect-' GbncbJHMCamera .Pameater,AwyUL: .
J 1t -
to hat Messrs. -tatioa roe.I BO, '1 60 < 4- .' '
c'. bet ia fcer onward course destruction directed* : 'sale a fine and extensive assortment 'of LITTLE fcBaowx.,
S _',"milst two-thirds of the people "*crrlty n n detkearP That public notice fee given tOfl' on Ready Clothing of the latest Kyle,consbt-. ,, -: If ? .Fuel is afforded to the students at ec t.t A.sum DeCodes: hits 0'1A. Reyco 1 Willsens h. 't-

ibe State,to stop and wait Public Lands subject to private entry, to come lug of ".- ,_ : FROM ALFRED'IJ N, Esq.(OF,;THE equal to the probable cost is advanced LI ,desire
forward and file their Dedal-Story statements, :NEW DAR: student; if more Is consumeM it it charged to hLn
of the ,other'outherflStates Coats, as'd;Pants, do. v ORLEANS. if Davis J C lINtel;Calla .. .a .
the .
less .
balance fa .
f-v"or'the -eo K ipe1tiolt within thirty days after making-their settlements *. Vests : refunded.
do.Shirta.F&Dey1 80m.
; ; SeptlCV 1330. Daniel W A Roberioa Srab
yet not one. man.in ten :1S'1le, boiafiesatosayeo and improvements as required by the Pre-emption :'Linen,Ac''Panama;;Hats, Messrs.. Lrrrz.co '- flaows' I.- 'a C' Board M furnished with tbe families of the Professor JJaYial1oraUo: 'lflpley Spud P,-0'

Act of 4th September;1811;so as to secure their. Leghorn Hats.-Shoes a'fiae assortmentA.lsosvarietyofMuzlins- Gentlenym an.much pleased to learn that <"'Waskmgat at two dollars tbe per week. Dodge Sokwutn! 4aidq Caiurt .
usual
and interference rate
A few dais ncea get 1rnan: in an adjonhlg theirpre-emption the location of rights these.,warrants.prevent y ou artensgedjja publishing revised edition AH doe*are payable in advance., 'The'TuittoQ., Daniel:Ja ti,. ) ,gensp. I' _
by Linen of Strabaa -
thukand Ginghams, LaChangeab1e translation of DOXAT oa Civnr LAW- Dana WCDngKanMary' --5
; district sa'uHo n\,tol began i JC .''And that all warrants ma} be located 1IpOn.the Lustre; Silk Linen and Cambric Hdks.Bonnets NO work ia thsEnguahJangaage,on tbe;same i* remitted on application'to all student deiisrn- Snartiat-- .

reflect about the conseqnence of sccesalonTand b "nplied for, if snbjct to private entry on the. ,-and Mitts Parasols Umbrellas subject is,tit be *omparcd with it,for th.e fullj ss ed' for the iJWinwtrr.for. L _, ? hanaF.w.&illb FrsndtDavis ',
came' 'to the conclusion, that it 3d M'i-1.22?. without an affidavit as to whether Fans &o. ,Alao. a fine assortment'of Groeeiries, and correctness of the doctrine conveyed throughout Thj tuition fee Modern Language1 will 'be Capers J Stephen lienJamiaU4Sarnie
: or 1 and atter having New: York "Cured Hams it. igbrdollan per tendon,to,be paid Jo the Instruc ,'
voniil not 80. Bat I wu afraid to saf'*o. said land i* the I consisting in City tar in aOranco. 'E William* ,*.,% 'ttI/f.
reina3n in '
:
-" wfao been so located, aid'atrILU. I Bacon sides Shoulders, Fulton Market., 'From the time of 4ablicationnp i to tbe present iL Edrars Nathaniel .Sanls George '> -
: ex- :
After while t met a neighbor,: hands of the Land Officers at least rorv daI"tu _: .! Beef Smoked Salmon'Smoked ; it has received the approbrtion! we.Uokt Frstsdeitxerh. do net jeti**. to*fntecut't'tfri FmithJaajl -.-I.t i'

"J*.| ; We'then': talked th, end of tbat time there i* no interferetfw., :, .tr* 'jjoiogni Sausagev. Cod Fish., v learned men and lawyer j a every it'yJ-nd -.whole' Course rtqvmdfof a derm;a.mlnti.ttd Freeman., W smith Allen ". \

l ;tu.other. Ia a week,or M,'one thorn location with pre-emption claim or other ;.,Makerels herring Figs tdrfe'JAP deservedly.Tbe compilers of the VoM Napoleon .. range of ttuditt itfumiihuf; adapted to'tht :' C;. tansland Ilsz4 T'-

oar-represeatatirts, returned from Co- wise;the warrants will be--returned to this Office ,1"rut-' '.':. s drew copiously from it for their work ;there and count of lift tf tack, iad.ridllal.> toto GreenllWGraver Smith Charles i-jr.'i .
t patenting; but if there is such. -interference, a R5l5lfl.tO, ,'-. Napoleon himself studied it most earef Dy in ear. for at such*anbe reaienaWjr aaticzpateLTha.studies KWali' miUa J.11--" 2.
!,Jmahhf and coneoisei with ns i in .opinio i: DeW 1ocatio:win bomlldtt. ,"- tar, Sugar,odrilw-: I ly life,which may account for the singular,sent',> of this Course are arranged under the i Graham D 11 ', Zander*MatildaSorsbong :; .r

a f then began 'to;express my view publicly. ,Warrantees can locate their warrants on: theirown ton,and Lemon Biscuits.'Sedlits ., 2
nose with"whom T,'conversed eagerly'responded pre-emption lights where the land was proclaimed Powders,Table Ssdt;ate duribf'*.'* discasstons on tile adoption of his eode.Doaasahould lit.A M.&TBDUnc r.D A1:nrur-Iawt Gaudy SomersC Joseph VSeacmMrsAbt.yH1*

lo me, knd now, sir, a majority'of and .offered at public sale prior'to 1Id Also,-.an assortment of Cutlery,'Car ,'aSi: hope will be, found' .in,' tbe' .. beginning with Arithmetic and Algebra the stu Green Catharine-. .
March 1851 and when the miiJmnm price ot the Tools .Baskets. Tubs Brooms, library of* American'iir7 r.: a dent Green Mrs Ell' Iocua-Mr, CIa.GraT'ho.aT J. l'a
vthe district are opposed to secess .." This ; penter's ,: very. will Le carried uriotim through aU the '.
l4:11: more than one dollar and twentyflveCent b.,, Ito. .' Yonrofaedieui servant; _. highef branches' of tbe 'Mathematics T' .'.
Is true in regard to public opinion in every per acre;can 'pay In cash, the difference betweeJl"j" AH of'which he offers for. sale at' tbe lowest -_ .ALFREDUENNE. tieir application to Natural Phaoaowr, ending in H Tanner'Richards r
'District in the State. A man'is told, sees itt the cost of the land and the amount by market prices. ,MORRIS KEIL," = .' f fce. Astronomy .- li&rtson'WmI,. Tucker irT "-
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published in the newfpapeirv and never the warrant estimating the warrant at $1,25 per 's, : ,* ,Corner Ocean &Buy Sts.Jacksonvillo RKPOKTS: or CASES argued- and determined intbe z.1. :Ax" E\OLISH, -BEpAETMiOT--Comprising flU1I'eA-P 'TnnaerNatnaa1 '* *

.ears it doubted, that the whole State is for.iects&lnn. acre. Ko prep J $*
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HeptJl
sections reserved, to the'United States first circuit from '. 1'GwusmdJoeial& *
1812 tolSSl, a*follows : ,
and he believes it to be his duty alone the routes of Railroads or Canals.*, A CA.RD.Ma. GAUJSON'S IteroxTS.; Reports of, Cases argued Grammar/Writing,Geograplry, History, Composition Ilodgkins Benjamin 2 Tucker Ja ., .

to fo with his state. In this waY-a falsepublic Where application is made to this Office by the .,', and determined in the Circuit Court of the Moral ,lUietorieLogie,Intellectual Grammar Philosophy, Hale EbcnHnl Townsend Jeee .. .

opinion is manufactured,and the most warrantee to locate the warrant the applicant PATTEN'S HOTEL. United Stotes,for tbe first Circuit from 1812 to the Constitution PhilOOphyt.PolitiL-al Phlosopby, ,- tory Nato-on erson Ellen ; V "

timid and t1me-eervin evince lie boldness should designate the Land District ,section, of '" 1815. Second edition, with additional Notes and Ornithology, Hogins Sarah Vance Charles E
most Element of Criticim '
; EDITOE the time Is fast 'approicbing'"hen ral Theology, and Evidences *
,
which he wishes ).. : At Ilulbert James W" .
country, or particular tract on References.vols. \o.-Boston,1835: '
and t eagerness in following it. The the location'made ;and where the tract is rpeel"fied the numerous invalids who are now enjoy '"I should omit doing justice to own feelings, of Christianity1. "- Hodgkins NebonHazard wncu.W*hi. .

bare, and 'rU111OUanal patriotic acquiesce ,it would howell to designate several. othersin lug the benefit of a tropical e H lI1ate;,witt.be departing a* wall as to the cause of truth if my,I were not to 3d. A MEKCAXTILE DEPARTMKTT ;whieh W 11VrigbtJohly .

'through what they suppose to be necessity the order in whieh they are desired, that Incase for their Northern bomesperni4t/ 'me to select the decisions in '. and Mason's Reports will be imparted an.acquaintance with aU that' is HarnedJnoL: WoudCIarkson-.j. .

regret it. They think they ,stand the tract first selected shall have been taken; introduce, 'to their notice "PATTENTo,JHO- as specimens of pre-eminent merit. 'They'a2Y necessary to qualify youth for theTmmediate duties -. Hartley 1Jclla'I /- .
"lliey the warrant can be located upon the first of the TEL" located on the"'comer of Greenwich and, fairly be placed a level with the belt'pioti.octioDlof of the counting house;including, Harris Wm T "Te any Daaenaah" _
alone. In their opinion, it would:be sense- others which may be vacant without further'delay. Warren streets, Hew York r which bas acquire the English upon : Admiralty.. for ,1. :fenmatuhir ,>&a:orfgu&f,and popular -.1. rIst: ,4,.

)ks to throw, themselves into"llie breach: In these cases the affidavit of the applicant, a most enviable reputation. WILLIAM PjirrciC and accmtst*learning as well a*for the' highest deep system Qf this art, which,invariably produces a Jones Bea uninJonca :-.,. J attKnight

when, tu fact and in truth, if they wpold express taken uCf re an officer competent ,to administer Esq. the proprietor Is a young man who possesses ability and w w"i1a decision."-3 Kent,20; (2) bold;finished hand,peculiarly adapted to the par- Hillary 'Tr C Itta '1l.41\. .
their would soon discover oaths,that he is the indentical person mentionedin every requisite of the: gentleman-one of the pose. of the accountant and business man '. Jordan Jompn B .a.hCubL' --
opinions .
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,' : y the warrant must accompany the application.The few'wbo finds tke way to the heart and affections 527.Misox WOIIam-P..REP' 1tTS OF .C&aus'tbeCircult ia 2. .&ritltmd -Comprising numerous abbreviated K '.' Or.
: .thu1bey were in majority, and of aU who visit his HOCSK. Board : ( 'computing Interest. Fiillip : .
same rules must be complied with where application $1,00 per day. Court one United States for the Discount ,. >, "te,: r*
.could nave their State and their country from' by letter is made to,the District Landbffieert. He will certainly do,the.most, agreeable,to all First Circuit from J816 to: 1830.',5.la. .8voiThese Equation,of PaJ"1Denta,&.and other Mercantile 'reckonsapylyingibrletters: in the above lisI

"defeat,.disaster. and disgrace. where such application is made by the customers. His table fixtures are of tbe most delicious Reports comprise the Pedsion of Air.I calculations founded on p.u'centage;together with win please Pl they are ad ecrtunt ortbey Vl&lJ .
character. His house is situated all such operations as are requUU for MARK BUTTS. sAA
Attorney Guardian Executor &0. the evidence beautifully Justice the first 'Circuit' oitbe -United a thorough not get them.
is of their authority to act, most also with spacious parlors its long dining-rooms Story on ,_ knowledge of the business of counting-room Tust Muter tho.JackJontile.
Tut: CCBIN EXPEDITION now on foot duly certified State, and follow in order after Mr.-u"Uison'sReporU "
top application. its airy'dormitories," and its ample ball and passages 3. B<*k-ktrpt>-Singi*and Doable otry, by ,Apr.lOtb 1831- St .
Gen. Mirabeao F. accompany The Decisions relate variety u
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aid.'.be, headed by to a gnat the most approved methods., A n '
of waiters
By a clause in 1st Section of the'Act making appropriations ,echoing to tbe steps ,busy-, and of Constitutional Persotial- complete courseorjii.struction w
,Lamar of Georgia, and a Senor Gonzale of far the support of the Governmentfor guests coming and departing,will bespeak for the and subjects Real La- and ,AdalrUty sad ,cbaraeter- in this branch will be furnished, 4e.guedtoi TIlE BRITISH PERIODICALi ,
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? Chancery are
Havana. It is said that Governor Towns, the fiscalyear; ending BOth June, 1852,approved affable and generous proprietor. a. honied...'-word. heel ,by the profound learning, acuteness and the indent to taks,charge of any'set
.of is identified with the enterprise 3d March I85L it is enacted that no war and a rock w Gold. of acewat books. A5D
Georgia, thoroughnes researeb. which an sack eminent
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'tvfaich has" for its object the conferrir of rant' for Bounty Land issued under the Act of .i" :A 'rTOCRIST.Jacksonville. traits of their author.. ..They.will bear a iavora- 4th,,As 'AsEictrLTtnut DEPAKTHZTT.-Comprising TilEF4PJIEkS: GUIDE
23th 1850 virtue of other .March 27, 1851., a selection from the English and'Mathematical ,
TelOBXTTJAHT. September or by any : ble comparison, ia point Jearaing and practical .
..liberty pon the Cuan-Ifu&'ingt n Act of Congress, shall be located on any land utility, with the best.volumes of the English .Re course-and, also,: Surveying Botany, .l>on rd Scott & Co
:'qrap1. which had not theretofore been brought into mar Nassau County Tax JC''jtlectof't Sal., r ports." '. Mineralogy,Geology, Chemistry and Agricultural .111/

ket and then subject to private entry; so that no i :&' R Sutnner(Charles.) Reports Chemistry; the List two illustrated* experimental po.:54: Od.S1rer4.ew.York,1: ;
land can be located under the Bounty Land Law BY virtue of authority in me bylaw rested;I of cases argued and determined in the Circuit -, lectures. ,. -"TL"'iUE to publish the,four leading British -
will for sale in front of the Coorthonw C' J"
A Civar.Ecoiazna
.6th.
oU? September, 1850, or any other law grantlug expose DEpA*.-la'which .
Court of the. United States for the First Cir Review IUd .BIsckwoofaMagumnefl
tbe 26th niL at his residence in 'Dui door in Nassau county on the first Monday Quarterly
DiED.on Bonnty-lnnd. except that which had heeri ,. .' sne taught Arithmetic (mental'and"WritteD9) which $
:. ef Flnerasy 3Iaj.JOSsllUA: COF in June 1831 220 acres of land owned by the cuit. 3vob, 8vo. '- : racatal in addition to tbeyJtave recent-,.
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county proclaimed sad offered for sale prior to the*! of I "4Tbe volumes contain'tbe.decisions jot 3dV.- Algebra, and written,) Geometry, ly commenced the publication of a valuable Agricultural
the of bit heirs of Francis P. Sanchez thereof .
FEEja 55tbyear age Slarch, 1851. ,.or so much Trigonometry, Surveying, (with the use of instra called the ,.
Justice Story, and form a continuation to the series work '
J. ETJTTERF1EL1)CommisloAier..April2l. as 'wllrpsy $5 46.taxes due thereon from ISIS, meat in the field,) Practical Engineering Archi- -

Antral at the JacltsauTlll Hotel. 6t and .aU necessary expensesattending said tale. of Gallison and relate Mason. The decisions th :J ecture, PewpectiT, .dranshtlng, an4,1:0J':0ra.. ':Farmer't Guide to Scientific'and.Pratt:talBy
Boundaries described on day of sale.A.J.'BRADDOCK.- particularly to question of p h r T' .Atricu1lure.-, :,-
tCou' BcFrntoTO\\, rroprietor.l : ', 5nt'volumel ", and are'of great practical / 4fLh. AruCB.DPAATJmn-The '

.- April 21-T E Buckman, Empire :MiIJ..E NOTICE. oct 24-tds Fberiff and ex)off.Tax Collector. oi study will consist of,a judicious ;selection, of HURT STEPHCVS F. R. S., of Ediabarg. .
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.fiaraard and brother.&\& Ga ;- A P..WiIhkvYork ATLANTIC AND GULF RAIL-ROAD COM- .STOU'sIlEPO..TI. Story (William W.) 'Re subject from .*!:other departments; .I author of the BIItII.oJ the Form?fee, &.;aswtcd *- "ttIit.t
liaau Dr.Amkkr Mrs CMass,Jack.UK PANY. ports of,eases argued and determined in tbe Circuit : incbiding by John P. Norton, M. A.;New Haven .
; : all the branches. in .
toiut1iioij. ,. pursued ,our common schools
Court of the United States for the First Cir Prefesstfr of ticientifie Agriculture in Yale College -
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ANNUAL ELECTION for .' Practical,Lectures, b6 ,
TEXT will. prea' n School -
b B Gabs,Mayport Mills; W M Steers, THE. rsorthe Atlantic and Gulf Rail-Road mIlE FIRM of KIEL & STKPEXS, this, day cuit. '3 DIa. 8vo. ,. ,_ Teaching,both'.s>science and a*an art. ttf., fee. *
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'.Montreal Canada;J 11/ Keeve. fla. Company willl e held at the City of St.: Angna- JL dissolved by mutual consent. All persons 1"These volume fonnVeontinuation to the
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StrasGa Col Theodore O'H&ra.aenLuoky W M.KEIL _, the last opinion ever pronounced by Mr.Justice of but .illdtJ. or 20 .pLsatiithCeel engraving*,:
; ..in.Ity. at 12 o'clock Monday the 19th dayofMaynext methods teaching they will nbto hare -
G Barrels Dr Will J W llicknun, Flo. 1831. WALTER STEPHENS.Jacksonville Story, who died while the last opinion in'V* of exemplifying thenvby opportanities and more than 600 engravings, on .'_&b,; ,
2S.4a.r&rreu.Jaebol1v Mr Benedict.KewTerk. Fla. March IStb 1851.. i third volume was yet undelivered. ', hearing recitation highest style of the art,JHntratin ahn.v.ry _
o ; G.-n :NSON. > (20)rl I ia the lower departments of the,Lutitutioa. *
.i : *.".. PUTNAM," >. Commissioners, :03 The, business will hereafter ,be ,conductedby WOOPBURT (Cuas. L.) ,and MISOT (George.} I -: _, \ implement of bnsbandry BOW in owe;by the beat'.
t- 2TV-CE Dana, Empire Mills; G PDann.Me.; ... =-. 1t. FATRBANK.O. r'April : the subscriber at lbs Store formerly:eoenpied Report of ease. argued and determined ia {be ; 7th. 'A.DFART3TE5T OF'McDESJT' jLXQTSAaa tasnutrsT the,best methods ploogaiBg,,plansiag ) ,
Court of the United States for the First harvesting &., Ao the -various itnmtio
OBiWll/EnipiFe,WU Mr '>Ta 1 Kiel & Stephens. M. KIEL. ; Cir !.1u which who take -
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. Frank MasoaTAUaala Ga A J KyaO. Wilkin- Circuit. V ols.Land IL -' -,' bare animals in their bir beet perfection t"in.short,the
coarse can an opportunity of doing ko while
,"These volumes contain the Decisions of Hon. I ; Ptctoriol feature t the book i win
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Ga N G Maeon Ga WH Can-
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.. C. E. KYAX. These reports follow Peter's,and with those Reports Institution.. The British PerIodIcals re-publLbeJ art .a*,

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'. Per Steamer MAOVOLIA, Apr. 26.:-Mr Wood feet ( inches in hei ht.A reward of ten dollars WUICKM.. -f. new addition U two : 8vo. taken measures to placeit upon a new and improved burgh:Magatine, (Tory.) ,
ad lady, Lieut. li nolds, U. S. N. foundation,and to endow it with
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him. ,
WOsea. and Saddler. ,$* BOOKS PUBLISHED AND IS PRESS the College.and of of their is .
Faculty of Instruction of this Institution course subject to all, the portion content topoCtieal ;
Plantation St Johns ,
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MATTHEWS: Apr. 23.-Chas, Broward Jr., Ortiga River'apr I UT.CR.l.RLE8 C. LITTLE, & JA2KES A., under',its present organization consists of evil which have been bond to attend the amalg&asation subjects. It i* their literary character which,.'

M. E. Levy, T. E. Bnckman, Jacksonville, Dr., apr.17XewnapSTilic. U"-r: BROWN, BOSTON. the following named Professorships to wit: of the two departments In:the same give them their chief value, an in that thy, .

B.F.Fraser Lady, child and servt. J.P.XWTey ._. STATES mTcjia ATLA2C:,\fOr.. A professorship of mental and moral science.A Building and under"the "government-, now ; stand confessedly far above all other Journal of
A.C. Hertz, S. F. IJalliday, J.H.Bonn, north-, town lots forSal. UNITED. !! be published on the first of April professorship of the greek and:latin languages. enjoys the privilege of a separate establishment, : their class. :..; under the masterly

.rad. npCIE' undersigned'win offer for sale, before tbe next, "The Statutes at Large and Treaties of .-. : Without losing those which,result from relation guidance of Christopher North,maintains' it* a-: _
"- the United State of America Volume IX :, College preper. 7 1 cleat celebrity, and is, at this time, unusually attractive
JL Court House door in the Town of Newnansville comprising A professorship of mathematics and natural '
aU the of the A large aud elegant eJ'iHee, withal the necessary ,from the serial works of Bl and otk.
legislation of
SHIP NEWPORT S. on the first Monday (being the Stb da,) in Congress tbe philosophy. :
United States from 1846 to 1851 Inclusive fixtures of a complete boarding establishment : er literary notables written for that Magasiao
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May next, several lots the property of the late ;royal A professorship of rhetoric .and belles-lettres. '
baa been erected and faroijhej in which the student I and first appearing in it* columns both ia Gnat.
OF JACKSONVILLE Francis R. Sanchez deceased. TO., about HOO-page Price 3,50, in superior .A professorship chemistry and 'natural his ,
of the board under to immediate Britain and in the United State Such works a*
Most of the above lets aw situited in' the most law binding. tory Academy :
ENTEKED business and pleasant part of tba town and would This volume is a continuation of the Statutes A professorship of civil engineering. charge Principal and his Assistants; and "The"Cutou"and My New Novelboth.by .

April fth>-Brig efferaeu.WIDe, Key West. be very desirable Car tbe purpose, either, of business at Large in 8 vole published by authority of A professorship of rndernlaaiguzes an4 drawing all lu exercises are conducted on a.system,of jt$ Bulwer.) "My Peninsular MedalThe Green
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JaeILaen'TOUt.L beyond tbe limits of the State of Florida to wife and Acoustic,:Optics, Electricity,Msrnetissf.i < ___._ r .' I

iRrtbe' in the State of Georgia.On . agreeable in and.thougbthe'workwasparticularly to the 1!." Elements of, Criticism: Butlers Analogy; PROSPECTUS' QT TUB: Gu FenaaJ ..' -,..
temp ratre of.tba air ia the motion:of James M. tended for and adapted French KtE-Y WEST. .( ) *: ? .
>ade r7 J A. M.. i>. M. an4 8 P. M.; the' Complainant,It i*ordered that"Baker the Solicitor said Defen for jurisprudence'of the age it is not less applicable Cicero'Tutculan Questions Demosthenes do Corona GAZE, ''?.:TE,. exercise of this sew .coocomin.ueE& .l '

'daily mcotbiy means, thf.dwutioa of Ute dant ;plead,answer or demur to the to every system of law of,whieh the Roman eode ; Voltaic Electricity or Galvanism' Electro- Devoted to Commeree,AgriooHure' '1..U r t, THE the Sirs Monday in Jaly last'under lAv., '.
wind and its force, estimated from 1 to 611FO. Bill within appear three months, thoaame, said is either a part,or in which it ia recognized a* a MagnetismMagnetoElectxiclty', ::- and the General Interest of the Pe le- charge of A. H.-Kelhia,,principal ta thaltUraryjand
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ken as confessed. his accomplished lady,in the Mtario and cm '
11..Xt1p. ; .J" ,IIJWID.f And Ills further Ordered tbat a copy,of this claims wbiah the work thus possesses to the attention ILL Tbo Constitutionofthe The Science UnitedStates of Heat, Ther-; rf. <-, -4 ;,mental department,with assistants of bnrb n-aliificattoas. -:, ".,' .

I 43 2 '4&.70 ;N., order daly certified be published in aome publio of the American lawyer Domat bat a peculiar Astronomy,finished ";' finHE onderslgned proposes M te'publish,' under The Jnstkotioji'wiB. be'diiidedato/.' ,

I = "n n.1 N.W4 1A N ewspayer of the Eastern Circuit. of. Florid for interest in .tb M ftt the Stat. v'whose' legal mo-Ekctncity; Cbemlstq.sndGcolow JL the above title; a weekly newspaper.; to be four ekses, fourth;third junior, and *eni r;:4, '. '.

1 64 ..62 ,,5.W.I the pace of three months.. Institutions are derived' in-part from those of LOSOPUlCA&.APPARATU.- .' devoted to the purpose above ipecifled.I. I: 'J partmentwfll fattached" totb% *., t

,44 67 65 eiI J 1 March*, 1351, 1 I Franeejjr Spain,'w'IN C' thus' founded' in lbs Roman The College is provided.:with' .Pailosopnieal Having bad many year* experience a* aa Editor uhool,and raodaetod underthe snpervbioq:! '..
fi9 6.M, fB.3- ', 1 '.1'Uo. DOt1GLA.'J.' law. :. 7Tbe Apparatus that furnishes ample means of experiment the undersigned.only refers to..his former principal.-.n.acbul..hetm furnished .. _
I II 111. e3. ::i.wi "- .J .. reasons bare induced a1jobef on Ute', .'parttf *] illustration in all the different branches of editorial career a* guarantee of what the paper. fine and well selected apparatus,globes,astronoaj -
1 G 's.! -.A.t3 -f-1 I above to be a true'''Copy the publishers that a moaem addition
8 10 ''II I" 1 _CELxrnS3 ginal order in'the of the celebrated work wo.'jld acceptable to the profession .' dollar bis recently been expended,tartly.in this ,No article a personal offensive character nsr*, b.on a large*fcmfc, to b*> seen and rta.4 "
t 10 I 11'101' 'S.E.2' -eue. .Wito..my above stated ;andltav led them to engage ia a ..piDli.f country;and partly in London and Paris in:the han ever appear in the columns of the Gazette disunctly from any part of the room. A good Jb.
L..L band
18 --:69 's &I, S.\1.. 2 11M'&at of saId Conrt this 21th and Qi the cation the'.CBsIibtranelaiqa pf It..by Dr.Siraban. pnrchaH ni .pPuaCua adapted 14 the pre.* :The political parties of tbe day shall..be treated brary of'eheiee books also belongs"to the school.

61 fiG: ,I8L7 N.W.1 March, 8..8czacp .Qf':' :, .111 A\AeDcl'It\PbysaoalSflUnoes.' -, with striot impartiality. In short. H shall alwaysbe for the ale of the pupibu- ': 3-: < L
1121 &S 'S '18' -' *< ". .a3.&aLcuyahieIrciIeeourt' n..,.. '-' < r .*-.- Js.-*' : tbs aim of the1 Editor to..readerqseful 'hispnpet. a. :The scholastic year wm bo divided into twos**, :
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IS .M 61 ;_ 613 1N.1 ( < and Interesting Fa.ultyjortasl.- ,. ', aiona of twenty weeks each thr* will be at least
I 8 -w. 10 CiO.J S.E 1. : : ,TI cIuyxqz8LTE LOUISIANA.. 1' At the close of.each study,'or nJa.ql.study "'Terms(-Three Dollars per annum,payable,onthe ene public';tninaUon each session, and a quar- &W :.
the members of the'class carefully examined
: ; are- the 8retnumber.------ terJj JICrt.w,1l be sent-to sacs
15 ,n .7JJI :B.W.1 ,_BEOOJCUBE, OCT. 11,1850GKyrunm ddinr-7cf psantogaas :
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::66 11 &1. N.W. % 'll''CHANCEily.. *; I bare examined the aheet er of s-ComedUe0*."'the- staad.4t. *
J7 iii .IS". e1N.E.z, ; : EliJUleLhJau Ball -.' ',.'- the translation of thd admirable work/of Domat Trusties; and thais pneeenos&ttaIUmenII a ( tcnsmu&eaIidiUO'4o .'1".30., .''. Editor* .- and. Proprietor. '.* r ins' en&aa4up8DlUoI&he, pntK -. ::
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II : O.tCJ: : Yon:will have. ,, ';"' y .J "'-. "t. ''' -r- > ---4 'W'' :'t ':
.as Alii $1 ul.E.. I, ,J.-n. tllo send :" rendered,> ,,: JWotl.4:11 J8 t9Qrth.third .er"'eUl "f
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: U 'n 6&.1. :8.E. 1.i4 th to tbe science of law by.tbe publication. *r r -"T c.1&SaJ. ;.mU :
16 10 10 C<' )&Wi: r this appearing ear,,thai to the* Court Defn by knTJamt&$'aa"e'la . 22 j77Jn 2 transl&tbn w"to6Jat'And ineaneniei&-and er, divine worship i ii held twice-on every Sinday, :LL t 'JameaCoUd; 4 eaaediatefflcuopy; library aDd iDeideakl'f.* .
21 1'8 71 1'1U:: 4; u: I" 1ldes out of the SUte 0 JPlorid"andl5thefltaU it*scarcHy and nS-priee prevented Its ,reaeral and she reflation Monday maiming Is alwayt. Florida,Are:reqaesMdtt makt'lmnwdiake wymnt -' i ,Qpij reoeiftd r.-- time i ...ssi .

24 78-7,12.3 -----2' ollP ".; 1III"iQ&b' ir1in -present:publication, in the iTefUmtaU'--At: the queiiorhi ,' ot4ros having &&sa affaiarf the. il"Uc dcIl 5 l.t-pI11'T' ..

I II f8' J8 fiU" Ji. 21 in aM Bill"otComIllaIaiurirthree from Us form, ityl6f( esocntion, adnutderit* parent jraardiaaft tnden4is pemiUed toat* estate xaminatioairitb. > '. 0 : .
21 charged be' .1Iarilllt.fGF ,7 : ii= _
11. 75 '. 015.3 'J & -2. 1t'ioe.J ink eaiftct dJ.ia semnnenitingyaa oby Mild say 'onhIP"hiehh1mie e .e r.'I" 4
27 '",.: '7L: '69 ." "S.iv"l'la expiration_of", nonUts* .Jrom.taertfat of this TIlt in S& a ifeaa fcas parat or guardian\ nay" -,On*.emor "t '. -.! ,' IL1.i, .. feet ccuMu ebMatIISTbeir&" ;

.. I". 2 ._._. ,. _. Order... ,._rf/pat 'a copy 't.thj,4ttdeabe u Ii In Itemaja.orTe ,' 1at burved' i Fong.(illariindat: eachcof.th iferent ..'b.27' 1S5t.\\r-'G1'n., "; ,1l\ ,
.0- -.flJ. -11'- .\, published ia earns iiewspaper printed the tova ier th*revision of the 4jier.3adge-GnsbIng." place*,ef.worship ;(PresbyteriaaEplseop4UaB, ': ," ., t : '41" = ifd .S5a1 :
.:'Nt- JS.a.18.4, ..;; Jaekwnrrifi*for the apace ef;three jaootat be ""In seartbing tco1nIinth.apparenjty! toMeihodi t-)1a th*Viflag* and no to.all absent ::; ,: be iiteconsd. Aeeess I.the pie.. aaJkd .
.fiiLI> t'r- > the ski fr't4Ii "*. 3 JOB raixnsa ,
4. fore .tiw.e ofbMeaL Ttn". ; b.c4best
new tees.'b andaAod.BsaM "
frtt sHonsari sag oat r44b .rsnsmrtlatlonswhich ** ; .. ..U\U&kIa can .
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1"-'i6 rt 'm l50eles a..1 8 :. '. Jt ..'l1tQ'JO1Cus..Jadct.,, ', ear a&vafle e in eirlL'itla b erssiis e.and :"Two,at least,(ofth ';Professors ':'tfitkthtvfamititt -. 'CXCCTTCP V wJiEATLT families raj ouabl*ten,.f('Ietr _
OdhinWbkrafUtotL.d.ptb_. jV.- V.G-&r. W""" .t' -. ." to judging of those'ref rme of th* la* wbfck an will reside in tbe College buildings and AT nuUMui wanted .address''the: principal. AUanta.Ga. .

11IIIr, .' 1.b4U&S1M274m, in progrea different! part of thI't1aliedtater, wilt| boardata common table, with the itud nrs, Till, 'OFF" CE.' ott2 aiJ -

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5, 'exercises'c'f..tki n w schoo eo uimeneeI
THE the first last : ;ThE fA.rAii.
tt PVL1Z11ZD ;VTRTTinTISDXT.AT--. t S Monday uUIaly anderi the
:; : ,;, ekarto-oTA; R 'Kellam'princtpaJ fas IbelIz.E.ry -
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.: r'2ELiAIIE4LLNNAvGu veriw ad .upe o1jLr8t $I ntYaeket.ik :am)hii'accompli hed lady;In"tbe rnosi* and Ornamental j ;*oti g
.COLUMBUS DREJW. i rT" t.1i with assistants oThigh quaU- :';' 1 s :. :
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jTttars. : "
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; *. i ficntiontsSThe'lnstitution 'will,. be: divided latefourc&tmesfQurththfr&'izUIOr 4 -t%
t .* Thre, Collars v rvainum '..payable Av. ?, .esuownhetstrips.J>y leaving'.Stfvanftah l and eaalor4 5A F
i .i f* -. Li.-j- -*--* >3S- .""ri *. ** :" ofte tho 27th ins.t.vaod,*ilfcleav 'Palatka ; : 4
to th arrangement will be attached. U the
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! poei.gtbePaper. : Continues toglte pjomptattenUon: prepsrtory-'ilepartment S 6c
; _. Jacksonville
Saturday, and Saturday even-
Subscriptions, if.not paid befroitftlio ixpbution a d prosecution of.dalou before Congress I thercafter/conilnuiog, toleave regularly eve- school, and conducted under the supervision of'tbs re' fJ.11't:
j ., ./ f l. ,vFor -'- principal. The school has,been furnished .with afine ,
tho'Executive Departments."' fc- : r'ti
or anyof ?
: and wen selected appaatu.1giobesstroiioinicsI

liar r AdvertisernehU wiltt* inserted thi9Uowingl Clalml arising'from the HevoiuUonaryV Florida, of freight apply or passngej' ;board having' ortd the superior A gents aecim-t" geographical,"phonographic*!,sound charts,
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i rate*,;OM ppltiur w sqnaro (of tweituncs)for or Mexican wan; invalid. Revolutionary, Half- "tn ..FEKNANpEZvBISBEE & CO., 1 mops distinctly, &e.On from alsrgescale'to'be part of the room.seen A and good read library
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the llrsCj and Sev<>nj;Five Cents for etr y subsequent pay--or AVidowt' Pensions j' rNaval. orAnnyj : ,v' :I ? : / ; JacksoviUo.S .Of choice' books also belong to the school

- insertion:vTo yearly Advertiaers'a liberal Bounty Lander" ,Scjp, under'law .of FjjbII, ] ate- ir. R.-REID&CoSalatka, for tno nse'of the pupib. \. .. ;i '
s The scholastia will be" divided Into |wo *.- '
4 discount*31':V Wade. AfltrinstendVert. 1847,or AnguulO, 1843;.Arrearages of Pay and i ; A. COY, Black.K Creek., dons of twenty weeks'year each;there will be' at least ; d', -, :, -

inenta(exempt tjrpcnbn. haTiajaruniaig'accottnt Mileage dueetuning', Volunteers; Claims for v Feb. 27.r -i' V : ,lm i one public'examination each'session, and a quarterly ,fr ..,.35DAtOT0 -
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with th*office) must be paid for prevloui to publiattott. -, Ilorsesjosl and other l'rcpertjdeatroyed JExpenses ; :\- report-wilt be sent to each parent of guar .5 S
: "* incurred by Volunteers before'b.inginiis- NEwjnn: ; GOODS. STOUE.- S dian'giving a foil and fair statement of the stand* SI
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Personi at, 'a' ftclr. "rcmlt- tcred and received into service ; vWaggon-mas- \\VBARTON '
distance can -
govern claithi Marines'sailors' j 'RATEsro: Tro-Pr psratoiy,class, per ws autr. .. ui-ttru at "u.Pb 'U, ij,,,
.arid Teamsters'
lanecs for advertising; by the following rates: tcrs ; AS just received from the North/-'and now i session,'$8; fourth and ,third classes,13; junwr p he CiM at tk. WUUrtW DrvoHUlmmd4 Ia-sI.Cs'cbwai -

a Ori square (twelve lines) published months & ;, & .- can : offors for Sale in the building formerly oc : and senior classes', 20; musio piano; forte 20; gttitar:15 SOC t.tta...$trsse.wifli.MIM ai,
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for -:' : .-a1ooo; Having all the,forms neeefsary for'a proper 4 It as the Post Office, a new and handsome as ;ornamental branches, JO; .vocal, music 2; .,atg the aIIU isa difersit ltabsahlths's 1 i"N
off Fancy and Staple Dry poods, which library and incidental per'quarter, 4 ib. p.4..U Df.Jisb. -W fata
of claims l together with the rules me expenses < U$ fsj*ti>,. ***
4 Two squares, for eix months.r: .1500 presentation offers at very low prices for Cash,, and .respect '-No pupil received for a'leu time than'one sea-' -I 1 B.UIas tke' 4 wUt*a$a* It* wUU &Old DvM /'ass

Notices lo debtors and creditors-i> 7 p6 and regulations governing the .different Departments invites the Citizens of Jacksonville ;and tho sion,and no deduction mad* unless protracted ).o'thi peetsee... ci 57,41ilit Os.of UI4tss.ss I

Application for letters of administration, 5 00 ,he is prepared to undertake. claims, of to call and'examine his'Goods" previous"to sickness.'r'. : i \ .' 4aibSU Ibsi it'o'er torn*.*WU f. r.V :
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what kind'soever, that may require the services .From their expcrienee andformer success, they. &brsI t1sbtIIieii. psc1.sa1I! is ,*a'aUTZw*
Notice of Application for dismissal as Admintetrator and 4-1 VcncianStairCarpeting from 15 to \feel confident rendering full satisfaction. Their
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fr. ? $10 00 of an Agency at this place. cents. ,*-*,' / S facilities' for imparting instruction -are rarely I aii, vs us kwplig 5 Its' 'iu4.if.. 't

F.r announcement candidates for office, '& 00 Particular attention given;to the proper settlement -I;' 4-4 Chambeitnif Plour'1ngrain do. from 43 to equalled. The advantage* otthe;locaton need
.4 of Quartermasters accounts. 1-2 cents T. : -- not be jnentioned.--AeceM to the place unequalled 5' : ., '-.! .
. N.announcement will bo made unless the same 4-4 Ra? dbl 371-2 health undoubted. Board hadln': the
c Super cents. and ? can 4Wi, U'P. 17a4slgn.J. Dnulia-.t'sa tZt7 Sf1.sireI
. be accompanied with the amount charged.I .-. Charges moderate, and regulated by the amount I c Men's hoary Kip Boots'and Brogans.-: best families on reasonable terms. ;For any Information is? tb&5 Is sigalag a szI SMI aM14ssl J

? : Editorial notices -for private benefit will boffi claimed, and the extent of services required!. Women's,Girlsrand'B6ts, Bootees.- wanted,address the. .'principal. j Atlanta, Trnmfi SMM rflU,'**lid m.lUt i4 1*kfnN as

barged double the rate of atlvertiin;. All communications, to-Insure i insertion 'must Men's.Black Silk Hats,,from'2 to'3; : ,. Ga;' T : -, :otlZl-3akl' .$*let la ttftttmM U a'y BtdUlaU fiiJiiUt vkkk '' : Mens and Boys glazed Caps.. a*Old Dt.Za..bT.yi.ss4.tin .
she yttptnUM.kMva
. h Religious Obituary, and Marriage notices, will be postpaid. :v':ft4tf Silk and Gingham. Umbrellas. "" A Agricultural Warehouse. _1I u bav U wad.s1 iabo1 b.Iads.-' *

. ': be published gratis.? CarpetUags. ; 1.' ': ", ,.., V -TnT 1VINO.purchased tie entire stock of agr* BCHJEFFEUN;BROTHERS fc CO tM aWJO*Jaa M.
Ladies "" ""
; &, Commnnlcatlonrmuet be post paid. -' Oscar Hart, ? .V Bonnets elegant,Ladies'New colored Style iWhiteand Straw Bonnets'colored and- JOL'cultural.implements from Messrs Densiow "" -" 7/- .T.

A 1TORNET AT L'AF1T, "b' the undersigned'would announce W RVIITOi CLAL CO111O'
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Also, ntAstorttoafa *.
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.4. '. TTrPJE1LLPFR44ZER1 : OCice upon the Second floor at the. Courthouse, Canton.Crape and ,Cashmere Scarfs,*Shawls, the publio that they have greatlyi increased MaUra tai.i
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varietyof other? i NORTON, BABCOC > :
stock besides a great
Foreyth street 1 Inserting and with ,embracing
Edging
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character and HAY1LANDX CQOM$1IL11s $ is
WILL in" the several counties of the of HosieryGloves, Ginghams, Chint- articles generally, of the following I i : : 53
COUNSELLOR AT LAW practice
.- ATTORNEY & it ,:jVIotwlhier'-De Lames Cashmeres description (Agricultural and.horticultural: implements \I t DAVID T tANMA.,.Water Str < ,t i*

JACKSOXYILLE, FLA., :* .< r Eastern Circuit of 'Florida,' and attend to the 'ed Osnabnrgs, and Tweed Cassimeres, Shirting; also,, of every variety,of the. most recent and j t[ uA1Docx,CORLII:$ t CLAr.SlS rearl8tr 4t.4 *

business entrust- collection of claims against the United States for variety of Small wares White and Colored Shirts, improved description J five hundred plowa of every ; 08< OOJtJENNIKOS Wr.rfttreVt4..
Will attend to professional i
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I '- any Circuit Military services, and for Horses lost, or other ; and Colored Silk Cravat-&CV&C,'** description materials ..fortanners carriers, and I. t.MHTOR-fc'COJUFttltoa' StTI4\ t I*
.i Cd t? him in-thcCourU of the Eastern Jacksonville, Nor. 2Sth1860.tf bras andiron foundersembracing every article E[ l.aUnR 3yi'fiRCST
lost in eaid service, :; i.F. ruirv, o <
or destroyed by troops tools
He. has property lineincluding necessary ,
Tallahassee. inl heir
the Court at used : "J-
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Also! claims for pensions of disabled soldier ;ot &o. at-mannfacturcrs prices. ., '' S
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; also such an advantageous tile soldiers.* the CoufPfor Sf'ale of.Florida 'M1scELL-.tNEOVS.ROi1er and1 common -gfntj1 ORF.ZNLtAT k iNSLET,45CoTdttX''k.W.LTER .

I able Lawyer at Washington city, as will ensure widows and orphans deceased ,in, and for the. Southern Circuit, jack' screws, store arid cotton:trticks wheel barrows : B.TQWNSEND: ft CO.tt.ar1! stjiea,
uf mcii claims Also, claims for bounty land to officers and soldiers force t;CO U7 Maidm Laa. t>45r4 .
a prompt and speedy collection as For Motiroe Coahty. road scrapers, hydraulic rams, pump, OLCOTT U-KES30N ,
be in his hand, against tho United and the widows and orphans of deceased'officers patent chains to faciitae- the drawing water; 10SEP11 LTBlf.U83aiJ.L&n5' ,! I---. fcjtflB
placed BILL IN CHANCERY FOR DIrORCE.EdwardT.
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and soldiers.. Georgia and French burr millstones;calcine castings POXJfc.PAtANCA,9; J hn8t. ,. ... U

: States. -AUo, win give his attention conveyancing"", an Griffin, Complainant, ;..Plasterers and raw for farmers; plantation MONTAGUE WARD fc'CO.,83 Maiden Laa*,. -, f<| 4*
:-, Sept. 1, ISlD-lr: the i vs. Mills; corn and"mut- mills; screws, mill irons; WIlliam St. ,
r. ; to cxaming titles and record; and ascertaining Patiencg. Grifiin.IT bolting cloths, picks,reeds, shuttles, and general THOMAS fc'MAXWEtL,9 rfJ4
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claims to lands'. <. S appearing to the satisfaction of th9 Court S by finding for cotton and woollen manufactories.. 5 ROBINS & 'v'tf

.F s f '* J. ,P. SAJTDERSO'jff Alt business trusted to him will meet with its records that said Bill has been filed, and 'MILL rMACHiSEEY, Toots; v-Having the GRAHAM t CO"i'WCM8Hft.v "' .,', 'T"B'

L ATTOR.XET AKTJ COUXSF.U.OHAT LAW, all of due proof that the said Patience.Grifiin resides agency- for various, aid ,extensive manufactories,; MARSH aNoitTnRoPearurl 8t. W ,
: prompt attention; and instruments writing of this State-It k Ordered That a hearing we shall be prepared at all.times to furnish every vHY.RWOOD ,COFYINd$ Pearl St. -

t rAVING removed his office Duval from Columbia will be executed by. .him with ,ncatness and de- tft Bid Bill be had at the next Term of. this Cir species of machinery on the shortest noticed, 1NOERSOLI.BBOTllEB, 23G Furl 8U.tk .'

? S County to JaVks-onville, County .pakb. -- 5'I 8 i.Provided,, That this Order be published in 'The highest market prices"paid at all times for B-A;YAHNESTOCE & CO., dt'Jchn $5.IiasCtIoa .

: respectfully informs his friends that ho- will continuo Jacksonville Jan. 25 1SM. tf' & public newspaper,in this State for the term wool,sheepskins-and hides. All produce*f the wIk tbIsuIh

the practice of his profession, as formerly.Ha I : four months before the first day'of the said next State received and sold for the usual commission.SS 4 by all prt.eIpst.e.tafl .ivs 1 t iflj,.u.s.(

-E will attend kt each and evcr Tcrra of of said Court." ? ,'.' S O O K'H.HOYT&CO.,- Ibs 'I I&rg..$ s.d laMe. b UIW U ttMb Vhi4 $*MIS.X..rly .

1I j Sj.JfES.JLT. BAKER S JOS.B. LANCASTER,,. No. 171 Bay street, Savannah, Go; $WU57 FaplcIe..glv.ik.Ir kssla.fl
b the Circuit Court in the several Counties, of is Ills aaIer.OWS.I
Circuit
; Judge Southern State of Florida. Co. call Ihiso I'.I Iw .toas
the Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County of j ATTORNEY AT LAW, ? I OSSIASB: HART- .*,?-'- ,,'" BEpEREccZ.Me5Sra.l.'adcIfOrd" ,'Fay t ; T.wusSs 3&up&rWa U a S.taspsiU1saa4. ,

t Hamilton in the M idule Circuit, the -Supreme 4L'l1aior,. Columbia Co., East Florida. Solicitor for.' Complainant.- Swiftpenslow\yeb2ter.: S .oct34-tf.5_, 5 prere.b1e U tttir MiinjiUoa u 9. f. uiLsIs.; '
Dec. 19 1830 4m _
S Court at Tallahassee, and the U. S. Court at St.a' ; ? fc S 554 S'q'
: Columbia County Sheriff's Sale.B .
: Augustine. All .bus inces entrusted to. his care M. wlT"SMITH, $ M. O'BRIEN, DISSOLUTION)FORMATIONJOFCOPARTNERSHIP CARD'.TO TL125'PUBLtO;

ii will receive prompt attention. S -ATTORNEYS AT tAWi S : Y.v Jrtae' bf'a writ of tl. fa-,'Issnedl from. the ; _

AddreVl-J. P. fiasnEnsox, Jarksontillc, .-Circuit'Court Columbia county, wherein kJBto.klym ai4WdflbiiSt. flsfl 4In
. Dnval Countv, ftondn. I Ie ; Alligator, Columbia Co., East Florida. T IIE.Copartnership heretofore existing underthe'firm Joseph BJ;Watts' the Plaintiff and W ni. Casonia p.r..s1 ,Iswi.551b.rOl iiri.5if b*$ 1.waeIaript1flui.
i iJIcQTJEEIV" of Curetonr Titus ,&;Harris, is the Defendant shall expose to sale to the highest $ 10f the sIatspfttIrn.rIgsI ,
j Jacksonville;Jan. 17, 1SO. tf M-Wnrr SMITH, J M. OBaixa, In his day dissolved by mutual consent. bidder;before the Court loose door In ,t be 5auparlUawebaYe hgI5.'ft$4i5'S
'-- -_ Office at Alligator. | Office at Newnansville. S CURETON. TITUS & HARRIS. '' V-hSI
--- -- in Columbia son the $ a"
Town of Alligator county; l, Mttt that .turjht b.IwH' thiaasIt
MclNTOSII, Jacksonville, Dec. 2Qtbi83;S ? First Monday of'Slay next,' the following prop _.v. to jv, tb.rnoa Wh7 we pr.tsv t.a.. 4sflUN,

BQARDIJfG. 0 erty to'wit-Levied upon as the;property oTJefendant raid Vy. Js.b T.w45s !aTNpSdU 54 '
fr F A TTORNET A T I i rr Pleasant and genteel accommodation for single The bnsiness hitherto conducted by the above- ; to satisfyraidfi.fa.5 .' a I.vs tb peals s.J4g* 'UMtS.Z* 4VI($$14iwtd1.ra

;P. WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern persons or families can be- found at Mrs.'PLo- named'firm will be henceforward' conducted- by'and Litumiier sin, (Gj of SccIion'tsvezty.Avc,(23in ,ccii s.t t. b. tx.at.4by so (MI the
States District Court at St. under the firm of south osuftcen 15East'nostaining Osipexo.'sa4.bsvat1s kavepatSalel is
the United sii [
Circuit ; ( j
; which 'ownsliip S
Jacksonville hotel has
r.taD's-the old .( viet0t
CURETON & TITUS *rnatLl.1'p. ea4 -
Bsresparfl
AI-o Lot *rmu.s
CourtkatTallahassee S S S eghty (SO] r'es; ,
Augustine; the Supreme ; Lcca thoroughly repaired and renovated,) oppo Jacksonville, Dec. 2
and prosecute Claims, for citizens in any .part of Jacksonville I 15o '.0.14 tttm t*be the u.ou4 w.alivsri aski '$
site.-ttie Republican office, Bay street, [23] containing one hundred and. fifty-five [ ]
I Florida against the Government Washington, East Florida. Oct. 2i-3ax, VALUABLE LAND FOR SALE] acres'; And.Lot number three, [3] of Fractional or,.neiee.ad 4ty.wh.*-Sw. sztIehsbsmI-5

either before Congress oral the Departments. : HE-UNDERSIGNED offers for sale aval'uablc Section twenty-seven, [27] containing e'ghty [801 Dae .4.r!?r.Ttfi(!.cf tfc**MB* 'i T Also "Lot nnihber four [4J 'of Fractional Mil bsI irhiek S c..ier thu beet] Tb. ft.stshsh ft'.
Jacktontffle East Fforida.t tract of land on Lake Jessup.on the acres; ,, "
t $. OO-: ADDRESS, JLMES SVLLIVAN. : St. John's River, consisting of 8CCO acresTwo Section twenty-seven, [27J containing eighty [30] Toeivrasari2h$ has'pvsU;seirJftttt4 saC

., May 2,1830 tf No. \V7aItaIcer, near Bay Street, thousand arefirst; rate hammock lnndeqnal to acres ;;Also; Lot number sevenj [7] of Fractional xpl.Je4 ihr b.tU.4. thereby e.5IE psa5"CIa t1aSdP* s

any in Florida, beautifully situated cu theXake, Section twenty-seven [27]containing one hundred .erhstetn'ka liiI.iiicsC vii..vvfueeii .sLIOI*

. .: ; I J. McKobert Baker SAVANNAH G and admirably adapted to the culture of cane and I S and six [1061 acres; Also, Lot number three, [3}- Dr.' i>rp4Ta"UB.Wht. art** *y 51.fSSt1I4i*'fS5lO*

WHOLESALE 'AND RETAIL in cotton.The position of this large body of fertile ia Fractional Section thirty-six, .[36] containing opi>i B(w'Ueh vWH t BBde 'alt',in Bift BM U.W.the ..

t A TTORNEY&. COUNSELLOR AT LA IV TIN MANUFACTORY land on'the banks "of sour great navigable river, fifty fa)] acres ; .AlioLot.?; ; .number six,-[6J of b..t.v.b..Id.sb.ttatIa1vIIt .yprifn.tiC54.
WARE Section thirty-six [3C] cpnfainingfifty. m:j.b 'altbil..sa vtswsw.t.eTI the pee.
( adds greatly to its intrinsieaIue, and makes it Fractional ,
; JACKSONVILLE, E. FLA. S DE.U.EaLI a desirable object for one or, more large sugar or nine acres;'.-Also; Lot.number oae,.> [l] inPrac-. U.t.decId.Uvssr oJstkt"1* pvlej th Ot&'Dt.*

WILL jractiee 4n the Courts of the Eastern Japanned, Brltanla, Flaiilabed Ware, cotton plantations. *' _, tional Section thirty-six,' [36] containing eighty prep rit.B tbatprefetefl Ihte'i1'Msas 1.4w.". ass. ,

Cirenit.,-tif Hamilton county of the Middle Circuit sc., J'e.tLL .,-' : ;The subscriber also offers for,'sale 12,000 acres [80] acres; Also, Lot number two, [2] ia t rac- ip.CI.s1..apo.l.s'refl istis IiSICS st'ti psapI S MM.. *
4 Stoves '' of on Lake Monroe on. the St>Job n's river, well tional.Section thirty-six, [36] 'containing eighty v rt IlT aatUut 4 U f favor.
conuties f the kinds of Cooking and Ranges,
,
'. ;Ia Uenton and Hillsborough adapted to -Turpentine or''Lumber business. [SO] acres; Also. LOts nrambora one,five,and six, Px.rki.isa3: ChIIk l3AvsadLT.
families
: -t Soutierm Circuit, in the .Supreme Court at Tallahassee most approved all other patterns St.ovestor, for The above tracts will be sold on liberal terms. [1, 5, &6]Fraction&rScction twenty-three, [23] C. G.aors..s.siJOBr..A,, 5 '
and in the United Stales District Court I I't hotels, and chips ; and parlor, S J S JOSEPH FINEGAN, containing together three hundred and four [304] GA.N.w.aM.D. 37t'ker7 ---.:'-'
-1 hall, or public places. Stove Pipe'and every do- Lots numbers four five and six H. D, wymaaa. M JO.. U> m iB r. urmfrmK. 4'
Jan 16.-3m : Jacksonville Fla. Also one, ,
- for the Northern District ofFlorida, ; and will tcriptioii of Sheet Iron Work mada at otiee.- ; acres H. P TMB.-X. D.CM Crmwi sarsiW *' S
1 4 S & 6 ia.Fractional Section thirteen, (13)i ,.
[ ] D. D. xUlkaap. H. D.IU6A* Ci. S
Beer *
; prosecute claims against the United States before Force and Lift 1'tunps Pumps; Lead Pipe, I'S 1 Jacksonville and Alligator containing together four hundred and three and A.E. Ca* M. D.: r.-ltr rB d.
. Sheet Iron'Wire.Galvanized fran &e. ; S 54cs.nIdi..x.D.esa.kav.
Tin Plate, John Ih. B.M. D. 191 fctVAT ',*-
all in
Congress and the Departments at Washington. of Tin AVare bo twenty-five-hundredtha (503 25-100) acres, '
ii CASH purchasers can supplied Pl'ANK 'ROAD-'NOTiCE.S
tax (6) South, and Range -fifteen (15) X.D $IC&e) ti
Township Dv.G..t.wb1.
.. 4 Being located at Jacksonville Jar life, he 'will- at prices as low a* they can buy in New York or ; EasU Property pointed ont by the Plaintiff Dr.Pp. JI.D.Br*. *U f r>rtyii

1 give bis/enUre and unremitting attention to his elsewhere.interior Orders from soiisited Florida, South'Carolina, nnHE BOOKS OF SUBSCWUPflON.to the -; ; 5 S ,A: J. T-.WRIGUT : S Dr.LL.DGTSa4Y.L TraBai If. In .>:. Rl t r- -S
the arc
and ;
7 profession, and all business entrusted to his care : tf.' "--, S JL capital stock.of the Jacksonville and AUk' '. .? Sheriff Colombia' 'density.'Alligator ; ,H. F. Pri'tim. M. D.-scIst1t 5J.W.Tt.gs.a -' '
29 1850. ..
% 5ieat.*
f: shall meet with prompt attention. Allg. gator .Plank Road,Company will be opened at Feb27lS3l. ,td .*M.D. VX.tCa'.aL .

store 01 uisoees uo.m Jacksonville ,,
me ernandez, .s-Hias.
2 i Jacksonville, August 29,1850. tfA ,'and at the store os S. L. Niblaek & Co.', Jacksonville Hotel. J.'WUh-r.lL M.DtOZf ,,.. 4c1ljeI .
FASHIONABLE TAILORING. :'
at Alligator, on Saturday the first day of March the 5?., 1'.y.W Cbstt-iT5
rff\IIE .Subscriber having become purchaser BrarV ,,- ..,
' H' Card. next.'aud will be continued open until the.whojo JL. and sole -Proprietor. of 'this-well: known, .N. DviSie.. 2t jUr ,4
T1he Subscriber would respectfully inform stock is taken.>, HOTEL, respectfully informs the public generally C.Aih.s. JfeKfXOraad.t -, ,,, .
'
'% IXTCXDIXG: *leave theSt.aLeI have transferred SL the citizens of Jacksonville and its vicinity In ehalf of the Commissioners: that he has added to the former house twenty-odd J.a.-n.WatViiAtb t .y-e.Orsat avemue' ,. ,' W-3- .' 4j
.
: m my'professional busincus; to J. McRoBECT BAKEB that he has taken the rooms formerly occupied S 5.- D.-FERNANDEZ; more comfortable rooms,'with over five'-hnudredS Mfl..L.CoOk.19kbrAT'UO. 'r' tf ..If.lM

Esq., Attorney at Law, Jacksonville. F including by Col. Sanderson as a law office, where he intends ha 30. 1851.-tf Commissioner. feet front, with piazzas in front and rear, making C Beai&iDsl..295PTis5_ Msr.5Cbirr1'S' : S Mt* .
the above business in which ,nSa..
L entrusted to carrying on ; it'Mtcomfortable u any Hotel in. the South, Joseph -. n.U> &*. C '" '-
matters were
all such as my
he will endeavor io merit a share of-the public te.T wfcMf now>,will enable him to accommodate over Libers w.G.b )*. Ilsastoa Avss.lsz. .
cksonville Male instit
care by Gen'James A. Peden, of which all interested patronage. He will keep constantly on ,hand a : ; one undred and fifty persons. HU table will bounder F. Boyd, 190 Heatar e.v.'Useziis7, -' .' ", J
: Tartek
;
&tfrtwmh.
.
.
will please take notice. choice assortinnt of fine rench Broad Cloths, JL "the superintendence' of'an experienced Saae4 LTaylar.267 Bhieches-'' ' -.. Se
Coasimores Vesting Trimmings &c which RI V. I. SWART, A. ,- PRINCIPAL; flsa..' .-
. MrBakr's business reputation for diligence > boas keeperof tbVNorth, by ,whose aid be flatters D.D.TiUL6U S '
4 will bo the reasonable JoahaB GraaB, KM ChaBibvn'
.s. made to order on most S himself he shall not be rivalled by any Hotel MoriUa ft maWlaa Ptarl cor.CrM -' a.
.well established to
t and attention are sufficiently ; terms. JOHN HENRY. Rates 5of. ;Tuilim.> in the South, beiag now enabled, by the constant H.- Pssk y. M D, Myrtl* AT CT.CamUi.
-: 1 ensure promptness to !lnhis.handa.- Jacksonville, Oct. 3d, 1850. tf steam communication with Savannah and Charleston \T. SlaiKht, ". D. 43 JBBMB -4.
Orth >graphy; Reading Defining,:-.Arithmetic ., G.D.AyyeAtI&tiicoP. Hiarr, *J JS. j $ C.
- .. J This transfer isva sufficient manifestation of my an< Penmanship, per quarter, S4 00 to have the advantage of the fine markets of I P. Laeda Com cor. AtlaaUa ,, S
T. VANCE'S Grammar. those cities. llu ,'addition, he has made arrangements A. nalthkta Jy.I Slab.. 5I
:1 andnce1nblsjrcwioualsbiIity and Integrity Gepj raphy history Compost- I C.X. Wright Colna. i s $SS1SI$ ," 'I. '
: r ,in connection with the Hotel, at all times .
CHARLES R COOPER: SEA ISLAND ROLLER COTTON GISS: sit n, Elocution and Book Keeping, 5 00 J Barvcod. 1ST Court *' S
fine'horses
4 Hifilcal r branches of an English, Mathemati to furnish and carriages for" the" accommodation JFre..ost. ai w3ns. &v ae ,
of his -V 7, P. Mead. Smith eor. Baltic-
Late guests.;
Attorney at ; and Scientific course 6 00 '
,
Ang.29,1850.
Subscriber leave
inform the
rfllbe begs to. 'The increasing reputation which the climatefof C. C. Smith CTiaUa car.BalU -' *
_u.. planters of Sea Island Cotton and the pub- TheA Vncient Languages, 10 00 Florida in the estimation of the medical J. BaaaBB. Wl Mjrtla ATe.f.IMBaUJ. .

:: : J.BIeHOBEIlT BAKER, lie,that he can supply them with his double and uarter consists of,eleven weeks, and two faculty,possesses for the cure .consumption and other D. ) ewUI. ,m- Craad.- 71 <-. .". .I'. wuuaawvUPanoaa. .
'
Late Jacksonville E. Florida. single / sessi neaday9toI2am,3to5p.m.. pulmonary diseases, has induced A vast increase C. H. CUrk;V. Voor* a GrMBTiak S 5.
. mM Attorney at- SEA ISLAND ROLLER COTTON GRs. EJ ercises commence On Monday, the 3d day of of travel to this State during the/all and whiter H.T. Ba.k.319 Gracawieh ?-<*
5 W.B.Ms.e,8Bro4w&y ,* ; -
.. ; t :NOTARY PUBLIC. No doubt is longer entertained they are best Feb :ary next. months,of those who seek the relief afforded by a HaTlmf s.tk4 vitk. peal fItBimra a CAKT>;TO tV9
isi: tf'Livii
: Commissioner appointed by the Governors of Gins In use, and the Subscriber flatters himself, S Ja nary 28. milder atmosphere } and in view of this tact the PUBLIC" pat faith ay avt Sixty PBycMaaa BaaVJiBBaJiHIB
from the generataatisfaction he has given for.the subscriber determined'that bie- exertions
to
Affidavits : the arito af tto lye
following UUs to take Testimony, th City at New Tark ci' rmUUtv*
:. j j.he hut seven years, he will receive their support.. S 4 dmiriistrlUor's Notice. merit the patronage >wbioh shalL be bestowed T.wai.aC'ismpsr1lla., U wklca"traat jesfeTisisis MBpraawd -.
Acknowledgments to bo used therein t Prices low and the Gins made of the best without
: materials .' MONTHS after date; we shall present all upon hid shall be regard to toil or'ex 1f&TOi.COLD DS. JACOB TOWJJ$ 51V BAB.8AFARILLA. .

< |} ; *I1 Maine, Virginia, and workmanship. i.:: OAT accounts and vouchers to the Hon. Felix pense. SAMUEL BUFFINGTON. over Ital Bta< by Kr. S r TawMmaV wa.Wa .

1 % VermontNorth Carolina, BOXES AND BRUSHES S ?ston,'Jndgo of Probates for the County of '1'Jacksonville, E,F., (October 3,4850tf, the rednlged, C. melt .rdiaUs .oasar'he We .'.

Massachusetts, South Carolina, for sale cheap, and Gins repaired at the lowest Dist for a final settlement of the estate of Sey- S waatl. therefore soe1.etIeisty naaaiBMBC the*
m i r Connecticut Georgia, rates. S thou Pickott'"deceased, 'and 'will; then' ,apply 'GREEKS' TYPE FOUNDRY}. us Old Or. JwoVi SanapuilU,iajta4 at $. I.e iaIWi.eI.

l Agents : ford charge-from' all 'fnther-attention and re- No. 123 Fulton Street; Sun'Building-New' fork, '
New York, .Alabama V'i utox t & AcosTA.CentrevillttgvGa.MUMFORD ." spec 'bility in the premises. No. 17 Canal Street Row, New Orleans & C.n1-nBs1ileT* ,J.
., & HARRIS, J. P. CallaB. WMhfa. Dim. of C r ,
i .Pehnnylvania Mississippi S MAUY-R: PICKETT
: ,
?.'. A. HABDEE .Savannah, Ga.' ; To Kcwsptiper PaWlsher* and Printers.conDdeneo J. Ctib. tB>CBat.r" i PMBVDr. ,
,. Delaware, Texas: ; <" :JAMES A. PICKET b. W. Dj-stt t S.U. TWU.J.h. a.
i. H. F. SMITH, 3harI.rton, S. CIt / S Administrators. W.TIT1I I Invite the Trade before C. BT,WB, P lt.TUl. 4. -,
, ,. 'c 1 ,: Maryland, atig ;-Iy R. REED & Co., Palalka. F. Ja -" JW. StBIBBMB, PMIBiZTiU .4. :
keonville Feb.20 1831. 6m Y V5. they pnrchaso elsewhere to
; ; give me a L.wisSahmtd&C.. Al!. Uva *. .
S. B. TiioMPSos & Co., Black Creek, E. F. S call at No. 123 Fulton street,New York of at No. flaatw& Niehot.Wubixtsa 'a. ,
. .. Land Sale.AS T. O. HOLMES & Co., Jacksonville, F. DISSOLUTION. 17 canal street hiowew.Orleanswbere I I.. CrMnr, Jr.,Dr.WBrrUUH. 5.
Valuable .For .
am
.: 'r PATTERSON $ KINO, Burnt Fort Ga. .&m.. Pllt RBB 'aa -
,
COPARTNERSHIP heretofore existing ready to furnish them with all .kinds of BOOK AMD J.haH. T1&ne. ?ittsburxi Ca -
: : 4 Agent for the ovrnVrs, t lie nndeifigned offerm A. A. DKLORME,Darien, Ga. ; THE Buffington & Ryan at.AVhite Springs NEWSPAPER TYPE, of the'newest and most beautiful t. DsyeI.. LIeIt.w* 5.,
turaale the valuable of JNO. S. FTLEE& Co.. Beaufort, S C. J.X.MsC.ydy, R.MiaicCTTBI a.r
ft t S following tracts Newnansville Hamilton.. is. this day diiwolved.by mutualconsent. style -I am also prepared supply the much B tt-Jr. LabaikaJeha 4.
L. BKOWN E.F.
4 landt -wit> GEORGE S '
S; ? M S ., '" 'S.'BUFFINGTON. admired. Scotcl; letter, having ,lately procured Dortaa, D ylMt.vEphraim 4. 5 5 5.
. The Low -Tract situated at tho bead of Indian \VM. DEU.,, S C.E.RYAN. ., from Scotland a series of these beautiful faces, P. t t .Bl* Bk rT.I.raCkaadl 4-s .
. t ?' river, containing five hundred acres'more r 1w..t A* WATEEJUM, OcalaE.F.J. JacicsonrifloFeb.n1; 1850.'.6th. tf together with'every variety ot form and pattern .r, Laatkr M'' '

'. Auo.a wall tract .woodland in the vicinity W. Px&voNOrange Springs, E.F. S i ,- -* i ,,fff* OfOHNAMiNTAlrAS&JoBBINO TYPK'BORDERIJ(0, B..B. P.K. LyoBt.Lyaa*. MBtrM Harwmy- do .. S'
::1. i"hl of the town of Jacksonville ntaining thirty : A. UUMUR & Co., King's Ferry and Traders &o. I feel assured that the elegance and Robert Ku. Wetlabw 4. -
._ Duval Comity Tax, Collector Sale.. accuracy 4.g *.
LA4Z c .. acres. -. |P I of alt the Typo manufactured by me cannot be ReT. T3.Wm. E..b., D.1swsr ,
.
-,,' Alp a tract containing one hundred acres poo l .THOMAS VANCE. : BY "VTOTUB'of-authority in me vested"by surpassed by any Founder' in the Union. 'By air 3. XtClTnmdk S. BUT* BalUr fc C. WIterwk. 4.4. .-5' -

M planting land,on Pablo creek,new the mouth of SJ1. Marys, G*:, May 30, 1850/ tf law, I will expose for sale, in front of1 the Courthouse entirely now method in the mixing'and casting,I S,WB R. ClMTt, BBtlCTPatm 5.i. !' -'
the t.ou&'a river.r door, in -the .townof Jacksonville.'Oa the am enabled to maintain the virtues of the B. MMMT 5I'st.s.ea.Saatwry<
compo N. M. Smith, X ,
Toe above tracts of land will be m>U atreaMn- .Notice. S'* first Monday ofMayA.D.1831the follQwing tract nent'parts of metal-and thus to produce, in ,VO.d11li..2s.5s5 vtg 4.-- .' .5'
bUprice.and oa good terms.. Addrefs* j $ of land, or so:much thereof as will pay the-cum addition to an elegant, the moat solid and dtirabtt S C. H.JT. Jhib.rs 4.-.'

Ab>o.one, half of the dwelling buuM and lot of| /A' 11 persons,indebted to ,-Eiit.ato5of.Eliza.- of eighty-two-; dollars and ninety-one, cents, Type, heretofore offered,to the publio. To this mel?, wmy. L.tport' Ca. .
and in Jacksonville-near Court howe Mtiare 1 xSLjbcthM. 13crri;, deceased, are:required to [$S'2 91,} the same being the amount of the State last feature I would in particular call your attention CharlMir.. D. Lyoa*Z.ifT.. Calve KtvaikJ. N.N.Y f. .

being the aawie.which i occnpicdby JowyhVine- make immediate payment the vodersigned 'and tax. assessed; against.'the estate of Duncan L. for solidity and durability of 'Is .A. 8hnBBB IrBBtasA 4.,(. ,

. .-.- ,p.'. gan, iw1. '. all persons having demands against said estate, Clinch, deceased,levied on said land for the year the principle &f economy,-of tha greatest Type'impor, on : Walkia. B.ll.wa, CraTt Fall*.'- Yl 4,.' ,5 .k 5
E' Alw. twxt.bnndred and forty acres nntheeictc arc requested to present them. properly ,attested 1850, and'also.topay the earn of sixteen dollars (ante to all typographers.' Tb members ofthe John Jesob Reeady Piwca. Oiettcr B. ,4.- '4 '

c' (tide of Fleming Island; on.tho St. 'Juhn' Klvcr,' within the time prescribed by law." A .' 1 and ftftf-eightoants, [$16 68,] the amount of the craft will also find mo ready to-supply all kinds of AIn4Ayr'WIe1esy 4., 5' "' '

.1 'r between tbe,.lands of Mcssri. LcwU and George : HENRY P.HOLLAND, Executor, county tax on said land for the same year, together I FE1mxo for the A.WUkiBa. BVOTMillTmat* >r' '' """ _
J FTicsJFcMrrraK, cstablishesses- Tkarnw J. Cormiak. Kar/al Ye --
ah Heminy; about one hundred acres of which 'are e1it:19th: U.; with all necessary expenses attending -said I ment ofcomplete Printing Offices such as CntUr ft StiokaaT, Baataa. Vaaa.,, afcP jerts
,4t& I hammock and about thirty acres cleared .. S S levy and sale? said tract of, land being situated Wood :Type,' PasesStands 1rase r.ar. tariag k Caawall. Bartl 4a v *
?lF Also 'undivided one third ofths late Mrs.Fopbia'Flcminj'i.dower Adm1n1arator'soUce.. in laid county of; Duval, on the west bank of the.fl..Joha'i WoniRsiee ImposlngStonea, Press'and Rill,cWdlei k- Ca. ,*. 'a. "S .' -- i
Composing Sticks 8.C.Os,4eer 4. 4. s
,
on Flemior Island, .on after, date, I shall present my ao" river, opposite Pieolata,: containing Brass and vWoodGalieyvRjglet) ) ?Racks! J. X. Uaaaltia* : -
the StJhn rIver kbeantifHl location.. r- Sm0ntks vouchers to the lion i J ndge o' ten thousand' and fifty [lO.toOJ acres,and bounded &o, &e.y : - -S FatrMi* k C*. ,;: -, -'

Mf Also an ondirlisd ne.th1r1.oabouttontheu. Probrte for Dnval county, for a final, Mttlemen'tfas ; as follows :, .On the east by the $John's river ;Old Typo taken In exchango for'new al'slfcnts R5 c.oab.katwaug U. Be.tb -- 'C.. -4.4.Tb.u *

t4 sand acres,'situated ia Nassau county,on Nassau Administrator of,the estate of John Middleeept south by lands belonging to the same estate, west per Ib. The trade dealt1 with -on the most liberal 1.D41. 4. "4.I.

,i River," ton of .
S
ground
rao4 fc Sajlaa, Savik Adaata 5. $,
for nll skirts ofb ramouk granted Palmer & Ferris the old o
being I
; same
; turpcntihe; an grant.
S TIIOMAS %V JON ES, 5- furnishing to the purchaser an article?with whi 4. W. Dt.e.h.w.y.r.CtoBlBMiL .
,. .
.1: to Francis. t" '. Admiiu lrn.torl ----k-- URIAH BOVVDKNy''Jax ; he'will be pleased,,and which will bring him the 4. 5, 5ev.il, Ctstast1. OM.. "
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: -:- iis cc." t.'. .. >TO THE:OFFICERS AKD SOLDIERS : Du : County Tax.CollectoftSqle ?* .with an ettimate'Jn detail of the cost by; stating C.Ch.t.v& zj Jhatav: stem..3.eew.a?V.h4. ,4.o M. SIit

snzne& W.Dryaut OFTIIE.SEVEPALWARSSINCETIIE : pwofpttpOT and kind of work to be executed. ._, Jam*. C. Rollta. Ytabste'rn. 4*
S { .BY, TOB/Tjm; lot> anthorltyIn: woVvested; by Publishers of Newspaper who Will insert hit Jobs C.'PUbheiy '' 4. t5. ,..
1 ) 'REVOUTIONSy law, twill expose for sale, in front pf the Court advertisement thre JohaMB. BMMWMJT. 15., 'W.- -
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house ; send mo the na- Lek, C BMr4 -4.
win attend t*ProfeIona1 bnsiness la the Courts frawit'JLot"of Congress, omoeri. and-wl-- door Invthe jwn> of'Jacksonvillerbn the pets containing ltaddreaaed toY' "Nebltt's Regis. 8leSeehera '41 4 -
not received): are fentitledtoBOUNTy I first Monday InMaAD.l51,tht'following tOta" New York. 'will be s.A.A.b.assawsa 4S e! M
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..riCoIrti,1'Ihr more the widows,and minor children of those ; pay tbe State and .County' tax 'assessed against'l3enjaJn1nI1t&upeonan4u &eount of their bins for advertising.' -, Wy. los Farkie5e i &rS ; ** or ; io.js. .CoMic .:So,
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