The Florida Republican
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079922/00082
 Material Information
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 22, 1851
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033813
oclc - 02707282
notis - AKM1526
lccn - sn 83016261
System ID: UF00079922:00082
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Succeeded by: Weekly Florida Republican

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...NAVAL IsCTtPMBS FOR 18 1-.. 2 thous Us4 by | ncb-.1I 1nnVi. : '. 10 blank bks2l-' 'pertainple 5 .each't.' .2- $ .b h hd1ed 1n ; ..

IEXT 1.tbons. Iba S| by I inch.-do,' 10 -...;40:: Squires if-dO' do" .i '. '.e t4sipaJ bIiirdtot4 :
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1bs1byjinch"do5' :. 2 order books 4 quires ..:"dodo ,. 'do" 24 a1no awls; /' 5.. 4 :"do'; -,"'-* .r d' 'W1a73thoatpoub *iperp .je'
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f niOl'O&ALSVndorfed,4jpirMay91hJ1."Proposals'. : 'C' -f. 'N'0. ftx : ,' -5 S 2 requisition 'do'4: qasm.a. ". f- *doL:> ,, doj" ; ,hil1l W'ii in1'tnf coitii "; ,! six ;: .Jo-ki..tw .IJ ,

SEALED the class and S '. '; ':: 20 pieces India rubber. ..do : ,. per piece /r1* orwtcrc"Mw .rr'c1e': i & ,-Ie& Supplies, [naming will be receivedat 7 thous ;.Ibs" :1 incholt copper l' S 00 half pint bottles black ln1f. :-do-. rbetUe: !Swo r andb1ts"(4Sbifa)1 t..do" ", ; .hu .. '
for which the offer is made} :14U>oD8J ,lbs .4 inch ,. 10 half ttllt8'red'ink' '" Mdo -- earprsb j t..l : i 2
rant of the 5th 1.o : ; "\ ;- <:, ; pint .do'doA'vi : (-teel tongues) I .t Jaauad d.5sdia. "L 5
this Bureau until three o'clock 17 m, 'under 5 thons, lbs 1" inch do. ., :: 20Inkstands. ,- *' ,i>::-r. : each J& bung borers' ,-< **." -' 'd-. ** : ._ ,d JEJ 2 bunj do 11 :
June next, for furnishing and delivering hereicaf-, 6 thous lbs 1 -16Inch'o. link standish > :' -do. do-- ,.s up ::;& r "-5-. *. >" < do 2 ; 120-" ;_-' *.d.5k*
catraetattbejespective Navy lard in this 6 thous Ibr 1K tech.. ,do ,' .' ;' ". :penknives '1:4oi .. ;410_ izon: bfile"'a nd'j> !.'( >i 8)! x.t rdoeasbjrsr 2 'do !I-iu4bund-d. i .;tl'f" Jt

ter named, the several riclos of specified all the articles 6 thous, 'lbs li inch s do. -: 5 reams log paper -do' '. {ream 20pi. ces rorst d.bindiD.:3 br,.. : ... .... 2 ix : , One-fourth
mcnt. part ; -." ;" ** bud ,
amrt : 10 reams foolscap paper' < > dodo- -.do1, ; 'Sftthnakersl do ve lead 1iae-lftl40, fh ,
required at each of said Navy 1. .',be comprising delivered 44, 00 Ibs per Ib. .. : H 10 reams letter paper ? j? ? .dO ,12 l3ncscal. beai t.- 'Vit. ', do1221lfleli i ;lino / eighty do, :'do'j'f'- ..
a true proportion t>f each kind mast other 5 reams envelope paper rdo'do' .. de :. do ', .do, .pound*marline "J" ',. '.:
en or before the first of Septeinbernext: owe NAVY YARD CHARLESTOWN :.MASS.' 2 reams blotting pap r '. .. 'do .IS yards braJaek chaia.- N'O 12 : yard tw : dVhambroline: *w w dr ;
fourth on or before the first of December ; 'a 6 .per. ..ds houseUoa .> .
part 30 sheets drawing peper' 'do"pcrheet pairs H-inch brass fixed Wheel t.. > SI ..
next; one other fourth part en or before the first. Cuss No. I"BraZ'trs' Copper. 60 cards steel pena' do' pereardIi : "" .,castors -" .' pair' .. fifty fishing lines assorted T-, .'.; .1tE'

ot April,and tbe remainder on before the thirtieth ]Osheets2 oabra2iere'coppsr,6feetby3feeestisnatedatflbsper1b: parallel rulers do >! .", each '_6 do. J jlHa.brass.socket Awheelcastora -j.-'.',' ":per. \ 3 sins forty,fathoms tf each .m11l.'t'
of June eighteen hundred and fifty-two. _"3_ 5 round rulers' ,'411) ao ,- -' ; "d-; : micaC" '- < .
-f' In accepting offers (all other things includingrice 10 sheets 34 braziers' 6 t = 5 fltt rulers "-, do d fdG'JI""ui.'bra ioeetwhee I .'' :.; six sail seaming needles '.; -;">*$-q _i
os feet 3
and quality,being equal,) trefereuC't'iII and be feet, estimatod at330 copper,Ibs. by Ib: }( :. 6 rolling rulers .- do"d : ;,* -' ; : do. six six I: sail roping do* assorted" 4..to,' ; ._ : .5
riven to articles x>f the growth production per 20 dozen slate pencils .; -do doa 2i dozeB4-in.i ti Ulbblts. : dos ,8 thread do" .
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10 sheets 44 oz bruien',copper 6 feet by 3 I t per per 2 n ns lab "?
States. oil. '
unuZaeturethe United feet, estimated.at.495 Ibs, J 0"00 20 dozenlead pencils:! I 4 do', do'25cmel'sbair 1;:d Ie1JJ brass plate bu -. r Q ..
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Persons whose offers may accepted a 41 :_,
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required to enter into contracts which! besides CL.1ssNo.2HardwTt."l 3 thousand quills. .do' .'per thou '1 :'d f ";nO 1 : : .. ivl -z' ; 'do' nine .Florence oil .'.. 't': 40a

their conditions, will expressly! provide that in 10 sand boxes do' 'eacb taont&.e mp --: do.: c1 mounted palais salV ,_. *,* :
'aM they shall. 10,any reject, fail,to perform thc.'OIItraeta. S broad axes .,? :"*.,handled per sample each 30 pound* ahd ,,_. ,"" "i; do' ..peJlft .S .4 '.dol.assor 4hI5l5.tt4ZflOb t six ; seaming and roping' -\ samjileftef aetf i
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the same may ts. at the option of the 3 narrow do' do do ,.do. ed.bandied ; doswoodlandvamps -:d-5** 't
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United States, declared null and void, without 2 carpenters adzes do dotdo 10 single log/slates .. do -dl .3 .do socket chisels;'i i to2 bch.dol } ei J .-'.*.4rtWsVC.- '_ .>_ hr :"r- _r l' T"'S ,. .;
afieetirg tbe right .the said United States to recover 2 cooper's adzes. do 'dodo' do: 2 boxes water colors do box assorted, bandIed -- ," '"', '' .- ;.
'rer 150 Ibs best tallow /T .
which have occurred with SO awls do do 1 ; r.. ,.petlb J. --- -
for default* may ; 10 wafcrt.l i 4 do 4-inch brass bib cocks :do _.aa ;
pounds 'do.per "
the stipulat ion ibat if default shall be made by the 2 braces and bitts (48 bitU) dodo 50 papers ink powderi 5 do .pound each 1 dot "dodo' ? .tdo 25 !.."best.do'.-ypitek.white ise-bsr* .

contractor, in-delivering all or any of the articles I steel tongued betil do do 6 boxesandpounce. : do dq4Gnntcr'sBeales 5 hnn'd pounds white ch&1k. "per'.lb flre ; -' ? turpentine'.. _-t'
contracted for of the quality and at the times and bung borers do 'do do do' 3 pairs mast callipers ." per'pair ; qaaCtytar
places named, that then and in that case the contractor 1 eel firmer chisels i to 2 1. hand'd per set 4 wafer seals 'w 'do 4 composition stop cocks for-.tart- one fc fifty poands threats:-pie pstjb

and his sureties will forfeit and pay to the I ect socket do | to 2 in 'do do 75 bolts red tape '. "M per bolt log hose :each 2, < CLASS Ko.12-Powrf* cad O. .

United States as liquidated damages a sum of. 2 cooper's callipers 'do each 10 paper folders .; dlt .each 6 cooper's crows, -do 4 u pounds para dry white leaJl'perpoaiBd

money equal to twice the contract price which I I mast calliper do do 1 box mathematical instruments ;. ,do ,per box 2 cooper' frows ? dodo' 3 pounds lampblack *U ". -

liquidated damages may be recovered from time I cooper's crows do do 10 lbs scaling wax de per pound ._ 3glazier's diamonds' 1 150 ? pounds red lead.tlo *- .

totimenstheyoccvx. large butcher's cleaver do do 20: bolts taste 'do per bolt 3 brass"dividers for u1m ken'do 23 pi poands French yellow ochi" d'Y
Proposals must provide for furnishing! and de- I' 1 glazing! diamond do. "do '1 dozen pairs brass table fasten-T 20 pounds chrome '. .'-' 'do-

liveriiig wt liLrlermt and conditions anyad.U-1',I I dozen rat-tail files ,, ,dodo per doz CLASS No. 9-'" logs, per pattern '*'. per pair' 25 chrome yellow gr.e'- 4J ril

tional quantity or quantites of the articles contracted 10 doz whipsawdo do 75 cords mixed oak wood cord I do 14-rnch fine flat files., per- dozen. 23' Chinese rennillkia .- -. -'o".
for that may be required at cither of the, "12 dos hand-eaw do do. do per one do 12 do do, '" ". do 23 .V eDetiaa rod. ..; do
said Navy Yards before the expiration of the fiscal 1 1year 1 set firmer gouges handled l t$2 NAVY YARD, BROOKLYN, N. YORK. one do .10 'do' -; do i. dodo' 42,', tmds Chinese blue ",4 ao 1

ending on the said! thirtieth of Jane eigh- inches per set one do 8' do ''do ", '- ..'. 42 pounds Spanish'brown" td .

teen hundred and fiftytwo,on fifteen days' previous 1.set socket gouges do' i to 2 CLASS No. I-Iron. one do 14: do flat bastard files> ., .' dodo 3 pounds Spanish waiting .'- .u

notice from the Bureau or the commandant of inches per sample doper kit American Hammered.Iron. ;one do- 12 dodo. India red. .':
the vard where the articles are to be delivered.Bldtmaft 1 doz spike gimlets .- .-do dos 5000- 6 1-inch fatiron one do 10 do do. : do !pounds rotten stonelompsi i ? ,;:id.f
pounds "
anddutinrtfor each I dos nail do 'do. do 4 do :8 ''do n, -e
brteparate nacy ''5000 pcundft 6 by j-inch flat iron one do" dodo six j pumice stone lamps' ': 'do"
yard and far each class: vfartidtt! and mvtt in all 4 carpenter's gauges do eachdo 5000 pounds 5i by 1-inch fiat iron: one do :14 'do i round 'do' .' :> pounds Turkey amber! --' f'At iit

tvtrt emb-ae till ttc articles mentioned in the class 3 gridirons do 500O pounds 5i by'-i-inch flat iron one do 12 dodo: .. do. 2 gallons pure liaeeed o3,rawrpcr fiSam
The cost of each item 3 griddles d) do .
fa-*/uda the bid ? made. 500O pounds 5 by {-inch flat iron one 12dodo' do gallons pmUaf turpentine>: '. .
laust be distinctly'carried out,and the aggregate 2 beck irons do do 5000 5 .by-inchflatiron "one do 10 do do J "dodo' 500 .harness rarniah -. ,_ _

of each class correctly fooled up which ia material i 2 marking irons do do 5000 pounds jttunda 4J by --ifl3hflat iron ODe do 8'' dodo' -; '. .. .eoaeb raraisH- 4*.-

to a fair comiMmsou of bi!s.No 2jack screws '. 'doJ do 5000 pounds 4J by ,nc! flat iron 'one do 10 do round do'I.do.. 100 copal Tarnish .i-._ .
extention of time for deliveries under nny I eooper'llongjoioter do do 500O pounds by !.ineb flat iron one do 8 do do do : -gallons brown Japon'arnbh ._ .
contract will be granted and penalties for non- I I do short do '. do do 50QO pounds by 4-ineh flat iron one do 6. do, do do fc fifty puaads patent dry. |et J>oaa4
viII in all be rigidly i enforced I 5 drawing knives do do one do 5'do 'do' ? "
fulfilment cases ; 5000 pounds Si by finch flat iron do 25 : Prussian blaa A. s
bidders are therefore requested to offer for no 3 putty knives da do 5000 pounds SJ by{-inch flat iron one 4* .4 do do : do;' 35 pounds Etharg_ '' '.74.$
more than they are sure they can furnish within I 2 rounding knives do do one do 3. do; do ,<..---': ,t do, :
3 -iath flat lb. No.
pounds by | iron65,000lbs. 13-rSJiermMlana .
pr ,..
5 sail knivey : .
do ;
the time wccilml- I 3 da 8 do taper saw do' :dodo. -, -."...:
All articles must be of the very beet quality conforming 5 butcher knives dodo r do Beat American rolled iron, ban not lest than ten one do 7 do, do # : '. 6.. pile pure winter-strainedsperm per.faB
to samples: which! will be exhibited on application I 5 cheese knives dodo S ftct 107l%. oae do 6 do do do : Ibs pare sperm candles,short jives) .** -

to the commandant of the yard at which I patent lead do 3 thousand pounds ten by iiuehfl at iron one do 5 -do' do .-clo'oBodo 500 : arine candles:wi3 IOt be,,accepted la beu 8. .
they are to be delivered. They must be in gOGd 100 sail needles do per hun'd 3 do ten by :4 dodo'. '. do, ";;- '*> *r'V ._;-.

order and condition, in suitable vcse1 or packages, 100 seaming &eeJles do do 2do do 9byI 'one do; 3 do ',dolJ' > .do fifty, "CL.tsS'No.1.c.r&

as the case KUy be. All articles, vessels,and packages I 100 marline dodo dodo dodo S do dodo ObyI t .. : one do '14" do wood raps. -. 'do5siado books,3 quires; cap irixei'*ft- z *:
U be subject to the inspection of the yard, 100 S-thread 2 do" 9by i nail gimlets (assorted) : 'do / "
where they are received and be in all res-iects to 100: C-thread dodo "' : Ao dodo 2 .do do 7 .bJ'1 two do sike.' do -,-- >'"" do : ; -. blank- booksvJS quire .

Ibe satisfaction of the commandant thereof. I JOG.a-thread do 5 dodo do 4! by t o' one do'firmer gouges, bandied,1'. .fifty cap size,hIfbOUnddG,; 7 m .
Approved sureties iu twice the estimated amount I 200 Ib iron cut-nails assorted 'do.do. per lb 5 do4' by 'assorted, 4 to 2 inch ,do 'six blank books one' ire. :,.: '.

of each contract will be required in the manner 200' lb iron wro ght-nai111 ass'd .. do I'i do do 3J by t one do socket gouge;handled, i fifty. ''apme,1W bonnd q ><* d'.4 ..

*et forth in that instrument and ten per ceutnia 4 thousand scupper naiLs do per thous 3 do do 3Ly i to 2 inch (assorted] '"-. .do ; ernbookzun.CJII'- Sad ;

in addition will he withheld from the amount ofl 2 pair pincers do per pair S do do 5 by f :"- 5 1 l do cArpenter's'gauge. do. loops :' .. J&. ; .
each payment as collateral security for it. faith. I Ifut 2 pair plyers dodo 'do 4 do do 5 by 7-16 six.do pairs by 4-incb brass butt, two memorandum bookv .

perfomabfe. Kim-tll.er enttua of each bill, 2 cooper's block planes each 3 do do 5 b)1. ..42,000 Ibs!: lb .hinges r" ,.-. h', dcT one one quire,witli leather ,i. _
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approred in triplicate by tbe respective commandant I 3 smoothing do do dodo' Best Russia slit rqa., 3t I do pairs -ioeh' brass 'butt two ; eorers .- 4.: .. ..: -
of said navy yard trjZf It paid by the itargvzrntat 3 grooving do do ': .hinges.'do' .'ivory paper folders X '' .
Ike fmnt cfdtHtery within thirty days 3jack do do. do 3 thousand pounds| by 4 inch flatiron 15 do pairs: 2J do do 'do. two pint bottles blaekinku.r :-
after IU presentation to his. 1 i -3 moulding do do dodo 3 thou'd do by I"" .one do pairs 2*' do table flaps;.' do S do 4-blade penknires 1stqual, .do', .
Every a&r must be accompanied by a.written plough do do 3 thou'd do II by j two do pairs 3$ by 3i inch iron, : ". two ; dos i pint bottles bUekink do' ;..t.-. :
thou'd do J I -
: (the n.'EI(u.!&Uity of the guarantor or astrigal do do do by butt hinjrcti "- do'do : i pint bottles red t.kalJ' v_'
3 thou'd .
do byi '
+ garanorstobeeen edtuLyaNaiyAgeutor1 5 wood rasps dod dodo 11 3 .do pairs 3 inch "do euelJutheJuieallDdr'li-' 5

tt ther official }*r on,or by some one known to the 3 cranging,rods S .l5,000lbi.! per Ib 2" do pairs inch 'do dodo. 1 doa papers ink powder 'dox.psr dot ;

1/ 1lreLL) that if the user be accepted, the bidder I 10 lbs hose rivets do per lb Des American rolled iron,ban.not ,lest than'ten, tout do 4J inch upright mortice! 0",' r .5 ; metal inkstands, vitbcoTBra'do.a.; .-- iii

or bidders will within ten days after the receipt 2-5 cast steel scrapers do each .: }f. fttt long. '.: 'tr locks -American wio'tiron. II pieces India rubber- : do' ,-4.-' 1

3- oftheeratract at the post oCce designated liz Ibs iron deck spikes assorted do per Ib thonan&poizndi Ilinehj1uu'c-. : .' ., frames' '. ,composition- I L. reams -);'- t.jint .- .

ecute the same, with good and sufficient sureties 3 bread sieves' do each 5 thoo'ddo do l' ,_ .64. ; rnonTLting : --s. l I h quality /" *,--, per,:
t to furni-b the articles proposed I. agreeably.to the 3 sets tin scales.assorted .'do. .,.per set 5 thou'd', do_ .1 '"".". .. .._....- .v" "26 do bras*eyet for 4jnehwire'." "'do. :' : esp"paper,TetnlaUonraled do' ',.. S ,
t.:; term specified in tLSa advertisement, or which 3 bread sheds do each thon'd do' ". '"JJ *ulnEh Iron eheit'handles, -- : ressw-tetter, > afer/IUar .: ..>
. may be embodied in the contract. The law of 1 iron safe .do do tbouM do 4-8 tat r -.-. ; ?- .<; ." doi! lined,first qaaaty 1'q.-'...: '.

'.1:. 10th ;' S-i6, for iJi the consideration of 10 grO! .! No 9 iron screws dodo per gross 5 thou'd do 7-16' :. .. tsix 'do best C. S. claw. hammers,, .-,' 1 buff erive ope paper: 41d'd..' -

ftllproXijJs not accompauicd! by such guaranty. [ S gross 3-inch JCo 24 iron screws do thou'd clo t .' 5'5, handled do bloCing paper* -" oy cIe- '
;; Bidden are particularly cautioned to endorse'1 S gross 3-inch No 24 brass. screws do do thoa'd do516 ", .flQOQlbeperIb one do best screw wrench do 16 in' dodo 1 log paper- dod.

.t Heir of err t.s above required, that they maybe I I pit AW"' do each 8 thou'd. do 3 ron d'. ,_' one do bent p.S.hatchets, hand'd foBo post paper ft.lined ,.:do". 4.
distinguished fr41 other boiiness letters, in orderto I cross-cut caw do do 5 thou'd do 2.' ". !1i ,,' 3 cooper's marking irons ."each' 1 sheets elephant drawing -" ,

prevent their being {'ot-cned before the day ap- 2 dovo-tail saws* do'do 5 tbouM' do"1J : < ; : 3 'doi' beck >do :do. paper, hot pressed "c14il'ebee\

pointed. : 2 tenon saws do do 5 thoa'd dG 1 9-16 ,, .6 dozen blank composition keys ,_f 1 slat pencilsdo: At.pr JOlt.

All offers not made in strict conf this advertisement, in every particular will be S hack, saw do thou'd do S '12 do blank iron key sand lock' .do 3. : Nosland2 doprgresa

considered or rejected at the option of the Bureau. 3 pad saws do do 3 thou'ddo f. .. 12 do :T 2 inch mahogany knobs per dozen boxes water colors complete d.. pr box

Those only whue offers may be acenited will bo large screw plate and lalli' de do thoa'd do' f : '. ton.do 4do brass ''do do 2 gross GiUottV eagle pens t-' :,

notified and contract forwarded without delay. siaall do do dodo do Sthou'ddo 9-16" 4 nailtnoker's knives do boxes of one doa with bolder diprgrese'

Persons offcriag are directed to designate the 3 steel squares do tbou'd do.-4-S ,u, '24. do..blank iron drawer lock. .1 ",poonce:boxes, filled witkponnoa -. .
poet office through which they desire"to be ad- 4frypans do do 3 thou'd do 7-16 '" : keys "' dod '1 ; .ack

frewcd,'and the navyagent to whom the contract 2 ihovel and tongs do dado thoa'd ',do' :' -:," doll inch drawing knives fifty qallls NoSO : ,p.rTM

shall be sent for execution. 2 >p.ke shaves dodo 3 thoa'd do 5.16 ". !I.do putty knives .- &.- do ( ". ". sack ,

AU editors authorized to publish this advcstisornent 2 can shares2inshav.es do 3 thou'd do'' 2-8 ," ,: do glue kettles, copper5 do *half pint papciwblaek sand:d.'*;per deC '. ..
will be specially! notified by this Bureau.None : do :.dq 3 thoa'd dG, .3-16 61ooo.lbs..per lb do iron pitch kettles, .- dodo saad boxes bard dofcaeb' .- .

other wiu be jald fr its insertion.FOIt1OFAXOFFER. 1 large bench vice dodo 0.4'. 20 sheets I boiler iron, cay 45,000 lbs' 2 do shoe knives .-. ifly : slates d..' '.- do

.. 2 small do ,4o 20 sheets 5-16 boiler iron, say 3,740 Ibs one do butcher's knives .do J50 log slates, ;do ?, do -
lhuidice _? do '-doper 4 bundles Russia sheet iron. No. 16, say 036 lbs ,! do cheese do dodo 150. gross red tape' do 4pc cro-
-. 1S51. 3!ets lead weights 1. oz.to'11b do set 4 do do do' No. 12;say ,920 lbs 1 do* inch iron dead locks. doz rolls silk taste 'damper do
I hereby agree to faraiih and deliver at the 3 screw wrenches do each 4" do charcoal T do' ,No. 17, ay1O4O lbs 25 do4 by 2Jiniroa closets locks do: :50 best searlet seating wax:do rtpac Ut .

Xary Yard at-, in -e.nforwityrithibe re- 1 brass square do doe 6 ''do do do No. 13, say 1,503 lbs 12 ,do2Unchirondrawer do do me best scarlet wafers, assorted. j .-_
$trements of the ad rtiemcut from the Bureau iOth'ussudirontackz do perM one do 2 do brass book cane do. : do Th '
4,200 2-inch boon Iron.No. 6,yard | Cui& No..1
pounds gauge
of Conntruction. and IS of the 2! ."
Equipment epair, 2DO lbs pig zinc _. per lb 3tXX) do II whale hoop iron two do.|'do brass cupboard-.do .. do'do .
-9th May.lSl, the w.veral articles embraced X14 S fiftjr hundred cords(of I2Beabieftet). ., '
10 Lou D. XX'tin.17 per box 5"do H ,'do: one do 3 ,do Iron chest do.. ; .
in [Gaps No.-] or clashes Xo.-and I\o. -for I 6.do3do'ironpadlocQ dodo. of sound young oak woedrjpereord
6 li do2"do
.do1 .
that wit CLASS No. 3 Hammock .. .
yard to Stuff. '
if dodo 25 do2do 'do' : ': *'CLASS:No. l Lea&n3sggSff
bolt. hammock staff bolt 'onedoS dbrassdo' .-do' .- .
C4s5No.Ibudrywhitelead 150 ,
per sample per 500._ I.. do : -- amdred sides best quaZIyIeflm$-5*' l';
[42 inches wide W yards to the bolt.Cuis .] "* 1 :merchantable 8 do2.l.do' do ., do
at cts per lit.- 3,000 do !| hoop on fifty, : : leatlwrr ". L -pteper sU ><
6-doehaiklinee-- > do
r- Ib. la181,1"Ltck.t- daIb I No. 4-Shtp Chandlery., 2.500 do "li.- .do : 1 40 British luStrel.r Ih- 12 and fifty,sides best qw.l' -' .
.- red lead at- do i 2,500 do 1} do.- pounds per' .rizgias leather .. .- .do ; .4. ,
lbs ** litharge at- do' 4 doz hickory Jbroonis, per sample pertdoz 4,000.do 1. do .- ,6'e. double.ireDd"tJ.' n r'.longJointet'SptanM,), each:. : : *-lir sides best ti '" ; -
.- 4 doz corn do dodo ',do 1,000 do, | do'do Iiyf & tsaJ2pwp : -t- .

.- $' 4 dos whitewash brushes do 500 t. .do .12_carpenterashortjointer double irons planes., .-.samite:-1H :each: leather ,..J.v.cJe..-

4 doz paint brashes No 1| do do ..CLASSNo.2.Copper. ., ., 3 .T do ; bed-quamyhe&.T7.w 4tw., .-'
: smoothing'planes
2 dos land scrubbing brushes '. "00 do fifty : oak tanned sole leather' do tilt ,
,. Cz.&No.ppernioilatctsperp1.. .- 3OOO sheets 34oz Jiot rolled ah t.th'g 3J&ckJ'lanK' .J. 'da- .
Wi i cop
: 2 dos clamp do do dodo 'do- best qa.oped tanned do do do -
3'do 32 do '. '4l,500dor 6 plough planes and bits, 8 bits : harness) .': ,
I dot long handle tar do do & [ best -quality ..' dow dod .
Ilw 30 do, : eo :1 '.adO, ,-; do.- : .1- '.
*1" candles at per I dos short haadledo 'do do qiiality buff leather, .t..dog..IIt.
Ib"i 10 pieces banting, each, of white, : 500'do. 29' .' -'do'' : rl ". ,one tol pain pincers, carpenter's. per dos- best.q9.a1it7.1aeia;leather:4._. .do.
blue and red, 40 yards long do 24. i do i .. oue-do'do" plyers, ,, '" _, ;do me sides best quality.ahecp-p<. ., .
assorted ream
-'d- 16 do one ream sand papers, per I -T-
13 inches wide say 30 pieces rer wee : ; skins ,the wool "- 'SIk1SL-

.J also agree to furciJi.nnd deliver at the said 5 silver ca1ll. _. ? '. do each :700do: ( 14 4o". 3.cooper's- long double jointer irons planes, ,- *. : ,.each T 'C Ss: o,.'li--B. i: : -.
a""larlllUJ.J' Jitiunal quantity of said articles 30 yards bleached otton [ wide daper yard do Iincbboltcopper. 1 to -- .- : -.4.'S .A-
"- '4-8 'do. >.' 8 :do abort do do. do.; dosenbest .
3do e .
that be before the 8 rolls worsted binding do roll 11 _' ?
may required eipiratioa.oftb.se&I per 6 do 11-18 do 23,000. Ibs.. lb. 2,.do" .-- block planes do. de wash brushes ; sample per dot
1 trgs do setperlb
caz-eudwZfltbJnaJ set .,
; >& fifteen boojn per I
'' 13-16 40. "' 2 thoun' li-iuch shear rivets; iron, ,perM best bandied tarbrt-do do
8'do long .
100 bid/ fur estimated to .. :
daYl'prerioua ootiue from the Bureau or tit* (mmandant ox rope, > of", j J :
of said weigh 10,000 lbs, do in f* 'do 1 do ; 1 lthous 2fda do do" .40. best short bandied tar br's.:! dqrd*
JU'Yl'uA.U 24 40 sheets bruincopp )'. f* 40 thotzs'Atnerican Iron cooper rivetsassorted. ,: ', .. *best &brashes ", .do.
nay offer be aeecpUj desire to be addressed 100 feet 2} inch leather base. do per foot pound .r | 2 ,' ] .Jlo 2 ti1 Tarnish ; i v to3
3435 11 ( .best dusting baLdo. do
4'dit : painter's ,
72 feet suction hose dc7 !
throutJ tb It Sec at-. and the contract do
p / .dol'"do
f brass curtain rings 'per
8832 'do .do' t ,sa dos J-iaeb best band dostinz brushes ,.do/rl .do:
side leather estimatedto ; > ,.
10 '
&e te tent U 4Jae nacyagent at fur execulion. pump do.'L 'tfdo. aInttrusbes ?
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200 Ibs 1b 2226' do do'-j.g do \doacrew : best 000000 *; .d v,
weigh do
Very rctfpecfiully, per b *
50 Ibs copper best 0000 paint bnsheltt 4s -._
A.;11.Y. 25 sides bellow.le&lher.estimated CiisNo3-Jfardtiare,4'c.; S. j-' 'pet"dos. .
2-foot d .
< S .. 'I'Ii 2 des mlet,4fold 000 paint.brnahea;- 3-d & -
Ctmtae. CR.1"\rX. r !n. lo weigh 173lbs. J0 c1o. ,
duef Bureau of Construction, tic 10 sides hoMO leather;estimated to I i 1 tbona' Ibs, 8-inch Burden's' pressed iron i i'do2d4o'2d. .. '" .,dordo" : dos best 00 paint brushes 7 .do -. tin,
spikes i < : pound one do ganging rods ,_ -. beat Ne..6 aa $OOIbTUs1*. .ldo
*> ; ; per -
veurh2 lbs '
t C i : t. : ; : ;
t a : l; ? ; !* do do ..sanrple. five Ai .'. &
AVe the of ti the I do' do 6inchdo dado do : '< .4 Nos..s per gro tbMKiwrabhsAaadJS '
State of BndcrngRed.TeodenU T thai > "tape Hues dos'IOasJime' each 6 bun'ddo" .inch ,.do do""' do -4o5' t. t". -do'- 'do--- dof: ,dO', -.do, ',1- S"- beat French ftUhes ;i.? s iL, ,.'.- "

-, hereby guarantee. m tase4ke :dodo paregisk 2 btta'd.do.a04 rroHronboall : ; : .: *, fieat.10' l'4cr 140 41 i '.do 'It dor. ; : *,beat Russia,_bristle.dov da. ,
foregoing bid of be accepted,that- 100 dozen Russia,mats -. por4oa .- BftlU* 's V.t> : / tea ,M dodo. 1. do do '. 2 iti : .;. .
.. ,pril!. within ten day. after the receipt .r the contract -. 7SO .. .u.perpo1Lu42bun'ddoZ2& :
: tdo'1it- one ?
c- 50 gal whale oil do per 4do. dode: -." ----do. .: ... ten": "do' dcti'do' 1"'do' : ,NAvr ,. WSH1G1N;:f
.( at the"post offie designated'execute the gals tuoil "' do .. \dohnn'd 'ten: ;'6.0" ; 'de 'iVdo'I. ,40: do-" one -
do. '
aaewftgooa uj sufUcienl sureties, to furnubippliea 200 bbls Suffolk tar, ')' :, :perbbl 4bun'd-do'1Od 4 do 8d: do 040.1II do ; do ,teq dO. :dQ.. .da' J do4 "do4.t ; one :: 1t sJf A' '. .

'rldi'tbe. enbraeed' ia amid bid,.in conformity 10 barrels coal tar L. '._ do., I 4h11lltd'do"6d, do) iJdo 'do; a'J dO;. ,.do, ,2.: 1 .dodo ;wo ; pounds 1 mch10u1141; iron-i ,,: -i. _
& ** advertbemcnt whicl .
*"" vnder
.t"Sert L 30 gallons neatsfobt oil .per gal do': .ii do" '.. Itdo' do.do 2 a.: _.doftv one -*> .
1rU1Udo.n"J' CI: ). . lluUi'ddo ;;4d do ( ... 'oae ": J.J.-t'.do. ... .
20 mounted palms' -- ; do ;each '2do"- :doono'
t "
'. 11 : ." : ., E.F roping 2 hun'd do Ma.froBcloBtda'Wra'thnn'd .r40' .' do dodo uu : : ; ,
'- > : 29 seaming palms, mounted .. t--?' .._,. jdo 6 do 40dlroa catBaiS,,.-.5. .,do dol 'idoia' 4do, 2tdo, ;:44 i1-Ldoj5 *-< : : ', fi 1rfeerl.lfi tbatto .the 'Wahl.my know 3 A rrindstoBcs.estimated to weigh 6IuaIl'd.o.dO.1D4'. :do fdo' do' 1 oat. dQ' ;d'itda 'Zk. ,clOtlf" do! i., ; \1i i da* "g'j F' .:
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...- -ledge aM b li, the*boTenaod guarantors, I r JO Ibil > : :do *. peirib 2thoo*' da,Ud *' -" ,,,, ..cto2thoua'do.IOci' -'''' : r-DDt 40. ; .do '. _. "''. dodbraz .'- ; "d(' .;I'5-8 .dt! %: &: : .. .
.-T.I" sad G. H 10 bbll itelt., 'JI barrel ? ,'*do, AYe ;' : 'do .J S
&MCI &lfAL'r'1 "4 ; Sbblsrosia' S"- S W ; .do"j'.t..ia..d.: '!da : "J.t d ,., ,.; .:;> .
"* 'arj Agent. do. : do8; ,dq- dodo Ave. .do':, .do.. :, ", t
.. ICO Ibs flax newing twins. 40 ,per pound 1,2X ; "' : Ave' clo" dQ :' 'dadv ..: i1la .rJBdoIf; : .- .
9han'ci'dQ' 'do1 A .
C tl'. FORM OF'l'DO.SE "'T 50 lbs 64 ,: .,, ;. da -1d dot '
whipping-twine' .do 40 f baa'd :doT 44 'do ': ".. ( ',p doda- $ do' ,d..o ;..a.-t-J. *' cI. 'idla lil : :
-ft :.i 1a, eelydope ii-a i the rCer. 25 Ibs seine twine ., dodo" : 4.v : 1 hun'd do.soappertoilifiw: *; ..do -. fleedo.. J .;dO:-' '444d \ : ; -do ,I-2dqsqwezrozs: .

$. '. P 1:Z JSirrylut,J* mlmt S., 23 3 barrels lbs yellow turpentine beeswax soft" "; ,dt. .-per. b barrel. ,10/'v'>M4'6 z iroa pat.tacks.-* ','". ':.-.r.:.:. -'dO'14 : Snys: do.do.do'dG.1-,,. .tM'do", .<''t" .-de'u do1dQflu ,doTe ., l'. : : : 1 -.--).: : ,- .. .-..: ?;: '- .. -.
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: fa. n
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: ) ;.' pounds mop yara pi pound. 10 t dolO-os : 'do' : :- :do 40"'do' do2 : : p.
: sNa' '10d'i :4G1Ot.. dQ ','; ao' ., :::4a- do'.T.; j ik je 1": ,tlo. .tIII. '. !naflD.actJe.) 't -
NAyYYARD WLRY; !MAINE-:- u. J'tJinfl.4i&4..0il.; -d 'A" dO- jdo.do .,2_. .1iO.:1 t .' 1" .
S's; ;dogtmptacki-. ; ':: -'''', : : 'CiNo2Pg.iz
. ,.1 ": ij sf .1.l.I '" 8OOOpound1drLwl4 i$ Iu,4. 'rtJer pound, 1O'tdOt" lroa cut rw.clo; ; I" ,It.do. .clQ, "clQ. '..Att o: '.4' ;, "?-- -'. ,,'
?. ,.. ten j tieS
..' ** o ,.".&" ( ., aoo 4r7 red ler4. .IIIU8.-- ., Q '.10. nl1.Jj. ,' .. : do;-.v-," t.. .' foui clolm bl'UJ uIi gt." T.uo: : loni No .:'Attln'P1PC
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, I [Of bduyfLzi. rin i at.i]: nO polUldllllibar ; : Ao,' :20. ida. 1 d*;'"\, /' :do. three::, do .. 1'baaaol: .'Sro. rtoJ1of; oc' ,
25 chrome yellow. do J. % "Q.I'' ( \ '<: '" ; .z '
pounds completa
eo Iroij 20 do. ,I- do ; gwfr vdo tea hInginjsmt ; ; :
II tbouxaadlba fincb 2 ( '
square ,
._ Chinese V'ermfllion do dot. ; *: & -. I
10 doublotub.lauPJOrW peT .
3 IV n. .* t iDeh.'do'' pounds "f 10 JdQ-IJ' do1> 't .-steCdO', L twenty ; *\ ,\,
a 1Ddt ..do'J. ?.* 10 pounds Prassianblao :. ..' ;s. .10'i Id4. if',1' -doa : ./ T|. i..dQ "-JK.oaad20dcppeteatnafl twenty .IUi2l'scres fr lams dn ff ioperW trix ten : ib : 2)ClOh4 tat. .
'v" 300 pound* lampblack< .cJo perpwad, fortyttla apehir IO .. NtMk ..
2th.as' lbi.2"incbr do .- ) S ; ,tl 1OO ,{ ;; 8o"b c.1 dJee..id.rana'v .
( 1,000 pounds Part* white' o : drivers . ,
: ; 'b 2&bou- ._ lbs UDch' '. do ".4 If'" 1,000 pounds whitlntt'f paaisb .40i4 9 ban'M'&wrr: fc"r S --=*-' t-idQ'r* d* \ thre
.. UiOllI_ 'Ib'f. iadJ'roud1tell.'JOUJItG. of ,, ._ 3 f.I .' :
'- : Ie' 200 gallons spirit turpentine 'f.110D l .ahaDt4.do.i&tc1fI. :fc
: 10.: 1bI 1.tac1a." _'4aA'.doc..J.M.. i:l.f 1. 500 gallons. raw Dutch. Uateedojl' t' .< ;" .cIo. 2buddf dq- -d* jJ I -e '' : :!40:1J: 6- ;bs. aD4.A Uncll o1o4- ,.
' t' 20 u.; 1 61aeh' 4.' ; *-. rj' .5 i Q'.No.6.C M1 tti'tg 1. b41d,44. _. :4o '. ;-'-If .}.. .: 'f".t r $ k a.. I. tea ;.,/1 221'1.L. .. t.--. -
,_tboc lJbYjincb '; "-,' 20 -' .MJ-ineb poppercut. taek. JOt:. .lYa 11xJ6b04. .. ant. i" '.f._._' 't 'i.'oJ- .-. '"_ -5
1Ot.1t.e 'Iblltiaeb' g-; -j-' w, !m metbdlea'short sixes peril .N- :u 'oftct. f'W..h. do-t\; 4'.r-,4 I .t 1t .., _. -.5- .

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f TLMsMAN's1J. wife,, more graceful and endearing children paddls to,paddle until it had madells mTscr'ableWrkrtrfaj godJew Oslera, lwT *" SR94.! committed the isI-o1
:. acd 'sympathizing friend : forJ after eVwsC malrofed"; early*flfc : by Leg ,?
*"onyov'rug nunc. a more ackv A Ki Q I UI. E. Charles SuAneY"
sp&t WCV sells by electing to ths
all i ; M dislocated ind dyiBi*, nmiAlhc foaming*o |vTnat Wd < t ;? *-:,. *w U.
,1 ?. Senate. Mr. S. is ad aboli&raint of
4'Madame has said the very wordsjt1ntcrr bi sig Jfr-Iw1Ljch .gnzfietgbca -natu eri8e'flfle amore
T Mitt PA&TJOC. ""*"" ** *'i "* ,. "\ :'lt' 'Jta-* I order than Seward or,John
firey Q4.
'I posed the manlwith- melancholy The bf'a man id spring j"the wonlJ-tTdK Ea
energy j cry bTerb6afll! af sea, "
: I -I-- 4.- ., -. o/fer o/f'-yes, it is, Indeed, nfter alt i is gone rnuLl'e hrillittg frightfull%: "It has so the same orpin, beinjg ihcqnatteriWbere Ute ams* He has uttered sentiments wfeeb &.
we w ten our relnm from Hungary, totht the arrivals_ atthis pf ft'plfeeofperfermea
AaRiVits.Among: serve a place ponisbmest-ratbev'tai
sufficiently that I once loved BO fondlv, I Jeanf ibe; real ihaneed 1hat'jthasneyerbeemy' san rises. ijb! tanjie"nt heathen feast .was ( -
antaimn of 4gWf ana approached .. Whffha
ourselves in the value of the last living tning on, earth that hear it during my AVnnderingseamestly do 'Intended lo cefebtate jitberfesurrectlbn of 1is7etfeflh.BremeTthefl4Zd ; t'eama1i:

: last-stesmtaat near home to the find Rhine I forget its cares for me !n -- I hopn that h never may ; lor- the catastrof hat ; tiePlttitiari'! festival {which,'was Swedish authoress, and are*yre shall not repeat raviftgc'et, as tre

r npon I The tone in which the words w uttered phe of the poor helmsman's dog wa* to me substituted for it) the resurrection of .Christ. Miss Dfx pur country woman who has won policytottwaLlbc
name, nor U it :essential to my story- re- although mme papers do'it.
r excited interest at once : and it appeared sufficier.Uyahockinfr.. Lent which! precedes Easter, wa'ralso.observed -
Never halM
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which forget
9 .comber only that it was the! one to produce itseffect, also upon the dog, for it 1 IThe wretchidBaptTte-a.-Tor atih'al moment fiyPaga siand.theVprd. Teutonic; "J'or herself a "nobKr'eputalion |>yherflbn :"Ile-b indebted ,maroeasinretoa coaHBon,..
to beu us into The&betfl to deposit its head towards. of the'year.*Lent towards the amelioration of the condition of between what they call tb rt Democrats aad
i xit in the mapbibkwi* city"of: Rotterdam. the creature turned its mask I am convinced he vat wreich d had meaning the "springtime$ but

: ( The summer bad been unusually sultry, and ter,and the Jong) straight tail moved slightly. taggered once more Jo lne/. deck ;. and my is1ehauteObserUd ''in thwimmedi. the nsane Thesetttrangeri,make a shortvU'it airabotitionbts.free-toilers : "we shoufd'sar'***- they-Vets

t % froor>the onf qt eii! evaporation which more as it seemed in sympathy than in pleas Own shriek was not' more; shrill nor more ate region lharf many .portipa of the United to this 'portion,of, :Florida, and,are at &* *

( tod taken place Ihc Abounding I'v ," usit ure. H After some time, I elicited the story of wild than that with which it was echoed by States, so much that It'has a" viSIble effect at tnerretreatpf; #oneof the -The above !is from a'disciple! of rtSfeod

If tbf fashion for'touristswho are not- the helmsman's 1reditvas; ; truly one of. the desolate and heart-wrung beside me. on ourmarkets. present guests old Democratic Republican &hooVil ed r
: .- suffering and of'sorrow.-He had JOsthis I: amr persuaded the. There.is difference of'opinion*whether It 'principal planters m our,vicinity, -
,? tr&TtUef T to call it, bad test all its claim to vthat; dog heard and a ltor .fthnndt ..Fayettevnie ortJl "Cararw**
4 ateewkgaJjectve.Tbebody of wafer wife and three fair.children in tie brie! pe> recognized theYo'ce to which it had so: long brigrinallv Jat tt forty days or';fort jr hours,.
( It Avill thatswlnter is in the fora
jI nod of two "all his little bnes atone forer&it has established the af baleen right spirit southern JOQ&nalist
.1 had in fact so unequivocally decreased days- ( ) been obedient; was lost tonight, hut the Church period
that die,shtltow, nelicited all the nautical skill; fell swoop-byanepidethic disease I caught a.last transient vjew of its .dying forty days.. The CatfioUMr universally! and lingers" in the Ice-bouse of AIwp & Boursin ,and in good contrast with tbr f&fiIngJWbtch

F d the local) pilots; and the rnonotonous progress which raged in Rotterdam some years pre eyes, and they were still following the ves some Episcopalians abstainduringthf sea- the 'form of'a cargo*of/rwiJceNhicB prompted die Hinds toanty(MIsi

r I which we made over this-niay I use viously. They all lay "dead together in the- sel. Baptiste had .sprung upon the raised Lou from': |neat. They eat fish and'ejgsVand has% just been receiveiJ., Wha neetf*we! Southern Rights association subscribe'!

? same narrow room : and as his last light L platform of the tiller, and was"tiill raztn to use a"jphrase from Sbakspeare,:
ii woman's privilege and threadbare
fay, dread when we' -the for desseminatfdatbe
can quaff
sultry ,
went out, as: the expiring "mother turned her in the direction of the cool' ( papers
-, stretm which has been said, sang, and1 eagerly quivering With LESTEN salads ,tfieir blood, .
glazed and falling from the face'ol and 6nized animal? when frigid nectar teneath the shaidows of luxnriant Southern people.
z be eye disappeared
sketched, until its very name is likely to jftahy of the Catholic observances Eas*- -
/1 4 wearisome her husband to the bed on which,he had and then he covered his weattfer-beaten face groves'and 'ho'pitable roofs I Aijd
to be have been derived from
come a nauseate so shown to theI1ebrewituals
grew tcr Are
Af Alexandria D. CX onth'e
their cold and stiffening infants witK his bands and. T : llth,1PageV
large itwonld'be if
: that we are glad to make amusement out of wept while others were .of Pagan what a blesir! g the Jirccaertwould
one motionless and ghastly line,-for the He Grand Master the
t the Brest cnpromuKng materials.I in was now, indeed alone -I In the -J purchase ice I Deputy Masonic'
poor have no luxuries of curtained coaches excitement of the ''moment I entreated the whilst
: lecture'ii'Washington
Th'e Eastern Greek Church Fraternity, delivering a
was probably
isc it most have been this fact or
suppose to shroud from the gaze; of agony. the captain of the steamer to lay-to for'a few FLORIDA 1MTEREST CLAIMS.
: J 1- vhich led me to form an acquaintance with a amount of their wretchedness bereaved enable! the helmsman i more indebted to Paganism for some of -totlge room, suddenly; fell and:
moments to to re
4 dog that was board a most untoward* : its customs,than the Western or .Roman A Wasbingiohjelterin "tie Tew" York i instantly He leaves
oq ; man would have been alone, utterly alone, cover his lost treasure : but with better judgment of this Ireferto herald expired., large famtiy,
Church. As proof : -
L' looking cor, which I do not believe that with that fourfold death .had not the dumb a says and esteemed This
he at once negatived'my J alleging was generally sudJerf
ill Bafiba himself could have classed to itie the ceremony noted"by :Df. Clarkethe (- :"The-Attorney Generel i isdratv'nsrnp nlopinionpu *
of his lost little stilf borne -
playmate ones that not would the bulk -
only ofthepassengersobject has
traveller which prevails! theGreek Islands; event. cant a gloom over the whole town/
1 satisfaction 'of his.own conscience. The him company ; but abe sank down, exhausted to such a* detention upon what the ioridaclaim cases;the l leads

p -. poor little brnte was color of scorched, flannel by watching and despair, upon the they would consider triviaia >retext, but of conveying Silenus also an in'ancient procession Pagan at Eas of it were presented to the cabinet yesterday; One T o| the large pages pit. the New York
'! ; and all Iho hair, which had rfTu *do ter. This vas jite. he considers without"callingtheirJustice
of his wife the faithful held its increase ;
body dog also that could assuredly only tend'to
L grow_ in different patches upon its body apipeareJ place beside those of the innocent beings, by the of Baptiste were be to see If Silenbs Was'a'grave philosopher, as'some into questidn, that under all the circumstances Expfest Is entirely fiUeJ wijh the names of'
grief ,
: tacit consent to have at assert, he presents a. very merry'dspect, I the signers of anlnfitatidn 3lp.We&ttr
t ,by sprouted whose joyous voices he was never again to the actual condition of his favorite the long delay which has1 occurred an- to
: the extremity of its long, straight tail, whence have an engraving o& one, said tribe after der former-secretaries and the large amount and address (
( ; his
;.' $ be summoned to sport-by whose fond "I_am: sorry for the poor man, he said, from that t meet, eUqw.t4ja'vt'
after the fashion of an etching a'sardonyx gem belong
depended an overhung hands lie was never again to be fed or fondled. feelingly for he is an honest fellow and a involvedeight hundred thousand dollars- Nework. -' v'
mop its ran had been cropped to one-third It sad -the utter desolation ed to the late Duke Devonshire) and it is j thai it is unadvisable foMbe Treasury to Kqnidate -
was a picture good sailor, and that dog not .a.common-
of their natural dimensions j it had a gash of that widowed man, even simply place dog to him. It was'\yas the only friend head the very image of humor and gravity oddly the claims how, without the direct RHODE ISLAND.-The Legislature! of tbi*

; across the upper lip,,that laid bare two of and he sketched its outline and mixed. This engraving also a perfect re action-of Coiigr ss. The interest claimed is
hurriedly as to
; in the world and he d'J not seem
,. State has restored the famous Govt Dorr
; c. its teeth; ana, in snort, had it not been for his thick tones became thicker, and his thin wish for another. Howeverwhars" done presentation of.an antique comic mosque, in byway of damages, under the treaty pre

. # I -the soft expression of its large round eyes-. !lips quivered as he reyerted his time of can't be recalled: and Bijou is dead by this marble,(which I possess And which Was'presented.to cisely a* the five per cent, has been allowed his civil-rights and privileges, and have decapitated

- an expression more marked and human Iban tr.al. time, or at least I hope so, for he can scarce me by a friend who resides in Tuscany by the Mexican Commissioner*. ,Mr Cor- ; nearly every, Whig :office-bolder!

; I rver before observed in an animal-it -he and wuicn is stated to have been win'3 contingent fee, wbich be formally relinquished under the'State'Government.k .
After that, all was soon over, pursued ly have a whole bone left in rnssin: ,
; would have been taken from Pompeii. But if there
irreclaimably hideous. was any before the Cabinet -
turned And taking a feat in '-* ""*- *" '" 1 -
. at the close of I shuddered 'away.
he. r
a momentary pause "
r Such as it was, however, i was delighted which I had not found courage to break; this, then, was the termination the inno doubt of, .that, it is removed by the descrip was but two thousand dolfars : The'New York Sun publishes! Importaot-

.s to introduce' myself to, ibis new fellow-trav the grave follows fast jipon the death-groan; cent 'and faithful attachment in which the tion and, engravings taken. of the moeque in The Waington correspondent of the.Cuarleston news'Jrom Nicaragua-nothing less than
L eller, in order.to relieve'the tedium of our marble and bionze, from Pompeii; and -
; L, almost imperceptible onward A and all that f bad loved best on earth was bereaved Baptiste had found consolation belonging td the Townsend gallery in Eng Courier 'writing on the 6tb, says : the evacuation, the country by the'British
. progress. taken from and shut from sight for for his cruel I did not venture for
I portable library. is'soon exhausted; and ours me, my griefs had land. These areall !Identical with the figure 4-The-Audrney General, Mr. CRirrESDEir, authorities- 'and, the abandonment -ot the
followed with to them laid lime to him. He restrained
ever. me sec to
some speak
; toad,long been as be thumbed as the volumes in the earth," and 'as he spoke he looked the current of his tears and resumed the in the: Easter" processions in moderu* has, at-length. given ha; opinion, in fulVon Mosquito :protectorate The //rro/rf Eo'.teverj'discrediis -
:r In satchel Greece, as described by-Dr. Clarke the of the claTma'under the Florida
a schoolboy's we had conversed ; subject -'
; towards the dog, which had never once removed helm; and he stood at his post with his long the whole story. -
i 'with the This I mention only as one proof of the of-1816. The opinion is that under"the
: strangers among we were its eyes from its master.since he commenced grizzled hair streaming the wind, his lips treaty
I thrown, until we bad literally exhausted our his narrative, "and we. stood by together firmly compressed, ana his chest heaving_ I admixture of Pagan rites with the observances treaty the claimants who establish tbe.r COSXECTICCTGor.. tfcymonjr nt his
r1 conroon-place; we bad whispered-lo each to see the graves filled in and the the very type of deep and worldless suffer- of.the Greek. Christiana..... losses, by process of law, are entitled to interest annual) rries.iage to. the Legislature.
of t. for the loss i but that
p -other home, and the dear ones there, until, damages nn
cold pods the fair faces
flung upon young ing' From the \akulla Tunes. takes decided in fivor
ground sustaining
tier the of the
'after acts to
Congrcs0 applicable
our long asence, ve were Afraid to ,
which had so often been pressed by the fond At length we reached Rotterdam and
; -
trust! our feelgs further with the subject ; lips of their dead mother-and upon the loving then, for the first time since the catastrophe Important Decision.- case, the'-Secretary of the Treasury is not all the Compromise measures. .

aul finally, no resource remained to iridivid1 heart of that mother herself, which to the I approached the helmsman. -Bap Judge Buckner, of- Kentucky, has decided! directed to pay interest. As every Secretary, '

! 1' : who, like ourselves, knew the banks last beat bad been lull of love, both for them liste," I sail J, von have indeed sustained a against the law of that, State, taxing insurance since 1347, has refused to'pay interest, that The Charlestown (Ya.) Free Press says it

: bten1hich we were passing familiarly and me. We did not move away until the heavy loss; but be comforted. The companies of other States ''having usage is now establishedand cannot be requires nd prophet, to foresee that the
h as a: monk knows his breviary, save eating four mounds were filled! in, and heaped up of your poor favorite must have soonjeen agencies there. He says that the law -conflicts changed by the Secretary. He suggests young Democracy m.an to': posb Senator
and drinking-an amusement which, with the provision of the Federal Constitution that the claimants! must RO to Congress for
and the their head. The
crosses planted at e As I the
over. spoke saw pale lips quiver Douglas, of Ililnoi, as their candidate,for
despite the opinion of many older and wiser were other lookers-on, maJame, though I and the assume tremulous which declares that 'the citizens an act allowing them interest; according to

.t.- heads than my own, I cannot help considering heeded them not then ; but many stood by which eyes convinced me that" appearance the of each State shall be entitled bail privileges : the proper intent of the treaty Mr. Cort-.yis the Presidency* .He is native Vermont,

,i r: as very questionable,-when there is nei- and pitied the stricken victims of that fell pent-up grief of the poor fellow,would soon and immunities citizens id the several will not act at all, nor give an opinion in settled! when quite a poor man' in Illinois,

-J I thrr thirst nor hunger to lend them a zest. disease, for it was a dreary sight even to the again have way, and I was glad of it. t( I States." ; (- Jhe case, because he was counsel for the artJ marrietTa wealthy laJy in North Carolina

t --. Under these circumstances, the compan- lightest-hearted to look those three little If this dcciulon be correct" then "the law claimant The Cabinet,it is said, will decide
upon am well aware, I continue I, "only too well ,- the owner of 150 slaves fie
JL 'ionship; even of this modern -Snarley-yow, fresh-made graves with the mother in the aware, that -no other dog can ever passed by the last Legislature ol (Florida,r the question, after considering the opinion may
* I 'unpromising as it at first was welcome !- replace of the GeneraL therefore be supposed to have strong U hntendencies.
appeared, midst ; they should have wept over the des BIJOU but still there would be levying a tax upon the agents of Foreign Attorney .
poor ; a companionship -
d : and I forthwith commenced operations olate spirit of the one left t'Vhen even if not happiness, in a new Insurance Companies, the agents of foreign I "The amount involved lathe decision it GOT.-Floyd u suggested the

e towards my canine monstrosity, as human "\ all was over I turned homeward, favorite. Here is money; seek out a fresh Banks, the ngents-or- paitners of foreign I computed at nine hundred thousand dollars.? Vice Presidential candidate, on this ticket.'Mat. .
* beings occasionally do not disdain to do to rather I made miserable Bankers,- Broker? Coinmijsion Houses or v >,.
way back to the friend, and endeavor to forget the: trial of
wardseach other-I fed him. i can see -atthis empty hut which had so lately been my to-day." Merchants, conflicts with the same provision: Can any good reason exist'whyihe gorcrnmeiit Gen; SCOTT-, -returned to *the*Seat- of

; moment the gracious and encouraging home, and where I had been husband and The lips grew firm in an instant, the of the Constitution is null and void. should not pay interest I on alt Government on the'10th,*from his extensive* %

expression of eye with which he met my a father but neither smile nor voice greeted motionless -and the eyelids We express no opinion on the subject, but claims, after a reasonable time tor their ex'amination -
; were expression of tour to the South and West, where, he has
4. I 1, and where the
'advances. was lying upon a mattress on me now. It was only when I closed the the look said suggest to our friends of the Floridian and elapse claim
J 4 the.deck with as plainly as ever look spoke ant has used dile been selection of a site'fora milt-
a heap of pillows snugly door Sentinel that theydiscnssandseffl the diligence to recover his making a ,
me, that my eyes, as they -El tut Brute! I shrank before the Implied question
propped op behind me, by toe raised plat wandered over the empty beds and the silent reproach-but 1 persisted, and I did it in before comes before the Courts. As rights ? Il: geems strange that a different tary aay'nmjMa.
I lormof-tho t.illerdiscussing some danties have corrected blunders practice ever should have prevailed, and we _
floor, until at length they rested that kindness. they the cUbe Supreme -::----:;--- -
upon -
t a- :; which one of our warm-hearted Viennese dog-it was only then, as I fancied, that he 11 No, no, ma3am,"- he said at last, in a Court'in the Iniierarity- cafe, they anticipate good results from its bando meit. QuIT.tILT.

; -,-- friends bad stored a little travelling had understood all, and that my sorrow was thick, husky voice, while' the tears that have now leisure to examine this subject; The difficulty collecting claims against th .HorrcK; ,We noticed in a Uta jrambcr of

, basket which, had hitherto been preserved his sorrow, that I felt all the bitterness of would no longer be suppressed poured down and should do so, before the Circuit Courts: government, arising out'ofjts ordinary operations "the RepttbCc a" a reference 1g.the recent decease

intact* and which, id the very luxury of idle- my affliction, and the full value of even his his cheeks, as though his effort to speak get hold of it, and give wrong decisions in and requiring a, special :appropriation of fnsrnwo'-but; we felt uawminffthat -.
a i ness-! had now summoned from the cabin in the matter."An of is has:become- a very crying.evil, and is
companionship. And we have clung together bad loosed them; "put up your gold i did ounce prevention : the (to oi) (Dlelutthol/f t9 ,of enf
I r. order discover whether I could then and better than of calculated to bring the government into discredit
he added into cure.
this from for
ever since, rallying not expect you, you knew all joBng. MX eberLthedsn&to Wlor d iSooU
'there educe a momentary occupation f an accent of cheerfulness "Baptiste, that he But the world "all and excite disaffection ,;Great ridicu'ehas
greater to
; was me. are claim no farther attention than U> few fines uml-
imagine that a grateful odour must have exhaled OutuzrBLAKs TO BE COUNtED Three been thrown upon Florida claim, in
the and his
gruff Fleming, dog Bjon, are alike. They attack disease with the -
from the first neat little white parcel never seen apart further than the deck, or Wife every children friend-I j United States Senators have recently been particular, and from various peculiar circumstances ( ]-r Uottcd' td such an announcement: IThe ,
same remedy. ,
.- that I unfolded ; for f bad scarcely deposited the turn of the corner, either on board or have lost all over again and offer elected through the ne of Blank vote ., In in her history, they must necessarily death of thliladj has not oolj lIledj rrhearti
its contents in my Ian, when the lean, lank, ashore. He U my friend, my messmate, and Keep it and if are you ever alone me Florida, David Levy 'ulee. for-the last six have, been jiumerous-.disproportionately''. with wrrow, bat ire stand amiutaj at-tkmysteriona

ungsinly'dog walked slowly towards me, my comrade. He cares no more for the upon money earth, in ; turn you, purchase with il | years a Senator from Florida was' recently: so. The repeated and pertinaciousefiorU: dispensation, and Are redj t tielalai"Truly ,

and demurely seated itself upon its haunches, company of other dogs than I do for that of if !you can, all that your I have lost" a candidate for re-election, and on the first to recover these clamU before .Congress, ,oh God tboa wakeit in darkness,and&j

abut two -yards from the basket, its long other men. t often think that neither of us Poor Baptiste This sorrow had made ballot had dear majority, excluding blank have been attended generally: with but. a ways are past,finding oat r* he embraced Re.ligion -

tail lying stiffly along the deck, and looking will lose the memory of that death-room, him bitter but it was impossible not to for rotes. There the Committee counted blanks, small! measure of success, and have etched when bni,nafl remsye from enfidnood's.

precisely (only not quite eo .good a color!) and those three little graves; and so we live give him.; *' I am rebuked, friend," I replied and declared there was no election. On so great a piejudic&'againsttlteni-that they: years,preferring rather to east in lerlot with the
my *
11 like one of the brooms, erewhile hawked on together, and so (by the help of the Virgin deprecatingly. Farewell! this be a subsequent ballot'Mr. Stephea R. Mallory have become a by-wonk But, to this day,: people of God, than to enjoy the pleasures of cia

About the streets of London by the short- ]) we shall always do, till one of us follows your last grief!" _may was elected, and ha received bis credentials.Mr. we area; informed numerous claims for corn, foraMason !'.Ik.geit1e&ad retiring,ine'wu

petticoated Bavarian girls. after those we have lost-woe be to And so we parted-I pursue'my' home Yulee, meanwhile, has addressed a memorial fodder'mutes, provisions, &c.;, taken early bat little known ia the fshion.b1yorl4bat the

;:ap There was a tranquil, if not altogethergraceful that one who lasts the longest!" ward journey, and the helmsman to brood (to Congress, 'claiming his seat. In ip the Indian-war against the earnest protes- blessings aad prayers of the woly and dMtituU
.it: at-home-ness about the animal the Rhode Island election Blank Vote bad tions the under :
Surely this was eloquence, simply as the over his bereavement. pf owners, plea that they strewed with flowers her path to Hoarea.
UI !.1 which made us friends in a moment; and I words were strung together. I can only say the same potency, we believe; 'In Massachusetts I were indispensible to the p'nblic service, 'exainuunpaid Barely endowed with Christian rtrtoe. she

11 .landed a sugar-biscuit to my self-constitu. that at the moment I ,felt it to be such ; and EASTER AKD JLENT. Mr. Sumner had just a majority of and pobabIy.never ,will be
t ted gaest-, without a single misgiving that I I[ thenceforward( the manned and illconditioned ( the votes as counted, and counting the bkl paid. In most of these case, some iuiform- seemed eminently fitted for aloof and aaeful lift-

!1 bould lose the first joint of my,finger in return dog became to me an object of real inter of There these Catholic are many who have no'definite idea votes would not have been elected.If .- '' ality m the vouchers of the agents of the bat bow dehuire the pramua la tbe,freshness
f for the customs. The Washing* of her was she stricken down, and bid alone
Nor confi- years
Courtesy. was my est. ton of Mr.Yueea! claims shall; prove unfounded government was seized upcm to defeat these
it deuce misplaced, for the-creature received it I have already alluded to the- prevalence Correspondent the Nevf York Journal Mr. Sii-nner' can be no better., -Tbe claim, and
as quietly as it was offered; and when the of drought during the preceding summer,and of formation Commerce the furnishes some in interesting in senate is t/ie final judge of the election of its cnagrmlne goyernmuef'profiting to" his in For yean,her health had gradually",deeUnd-
t: delicate morsel was discussed, the dog continnedto its consequent effect upon the-river A, we subject. annexed let- own members, and it will either declare that jury by its own wrong. Suppose they should the slow,bat only too rare-footed messenger of |

! lick its lips calmly at intervals, as advanced the difficulty became greater ; and ter"This is Easter blank*shall l! not be counted and thereby'ex be paid what remuneration would the face Death, CoiMniwjrfwB,Had ere$
t t jf to imply that tlie quality of the cake had at length, some doubt having been expressed are over 'Caster which Tuesday has,and been the holidays dude Hon. Mr. Mallory, .Senator elect of the claim afforuy for'cor'n" provisions,Ac., her fdcndJ who horereii aroand her nek b*d.the

_,t I been duly appreciated : and ultimately, with of the practicability of our passing between with Pagan and is still with a holiday from Florida,or that they shall be,and there seized fourteen years ago at current ,prices I only too well aware arMs fatal:errand,amid not
forth so denominations
flinch gravity, put its fore-legs straight the shore and a shoal near the centre of the of Christians ( some by send home Hon. Chas. Sumner, Senator. Bnt let it be unden.lood.lhat interest must be reconcile to thenuelres tin belief that she mart

'ibefoie it in-a second unbroken line,, which steamboat elect from Massachusetts.-JV. Y. allowed, and we will soon the be
steam, a belonging to the same We havebereaboutaminyoftbe old Express. ee government taken away,and with vaia hopes pat far from -
: snatched exactly with that described by its company as that in which we embarked, but of Easter which have teen handed* ( compelled "self-protection to exi-Ji- .their beard tbe evil day. Not sowith hene4!
head slightly inclined onone side, its intelligent which had A WOKDERFCL PROJECT.-.We* have itOR ine into aiid claims 1
her adjust her
discharged ,cargo, and was down from generations past,and from against :She calmly she felt life ebbing apace-with perfect
.- L eyes fixed upon me, fike a thing of. lying at anchor, was directed to attempt the lost in the obscurity of .tradition.sources the authority Mr. MrLaughlin, recent* cannot afford to suflertheni to Ire ontstanl-( composure she bade ber* friends f&c last Tan
jione, save, indeed, that I do not believe The ]ly returned from abroad that there is and
any in log .
the a
: of unimrestigAted
as, pro
passage event grounding We7shaUjSee
Catholics were, in former times the a wS,exhorting tb.mall to 'meet(W] ia bear-
t. sculptor would have foot
selected such ject on at Naples to
a subjection the !inconvenience 'would be comparatively extinguish the beard of.:cla>ms, established, and a "
ing denomination Maryland and tie Pro en, fervently npeating ZLorJ rtcrite mygpftrWithout
which! to exercise his art fires of Vesuvius! It understood
that .
rival in her the
and be
we"could '
case, at once every jyear meat
I JKy degrees 'I became interested in the transferred into .some" of the flat-bottomed testant Episcopalians, were the, popular re bottom tf the main or grand crater l is several claims. Sentinels ltkgtive a struggle,or a groan-the purified spirit

Z; '; jtalieatand' unobtrusive little animal, which boats which ligionists in Virginia.., thousand 'Lfeet bCowthe! 'leveFofthsea. (_- ascended from itslearthly L&bniacleuip to G d.We .
ply the harbor in order to
. -j '' seemed asif .thoroughly aware thai it was prevent further Joss of time. This, was accordingly some fn each sense they the established were the prevailing, and in The plan; therefore tov dig a: large trench
1.1 vi there sufferance, and did not venture one done,and having passed the shoal, denomination, until oreana1'fmm the sea to the crater* the ei* number" fruitless! itenpfthdus11he those whose fond hearts were prompting to aD the teoold
towards the
: gesture of entreaty or irritation y the afore- she lay-to beside it, as a. further. protection close of the'la'st century; and pease of w bieh will not exceed two millions! basis aueriate soothe., For. ourself, we" kaew,
still flo
: ** said licking of the lip, however, being to me to us: but, as subsequently proved,1 with they here The Eastern customs prevail of dollars and thus extinguish the fires that question by theVirginia"'Reforin Convention and spite of one :babitaally< eold.'icfmiag-bred

:4 .' intended as palpably "to remind," as any d uj better intenton: than judgment, for, owing to else where, perhaps, to a greater extent than have been burning thousands 'of years !: It by adopting inpromj the Con.vention her well-and as we"wept beside her eoffia memo

-ti, li ate card to an entertainment, that 1 ever the. limited thus sf&r&d! to ou( boat this in the. Union;, The'slaves have, is said that the fine land* jhus to be reclaim on the nth ppointeJ'acoalmijtee ry'*wares roDed bade with lari tide"to the tia*
space to day, a holiday oh Easter
received inscribed from. Monday; ed will
so than
a< more ten times-
tiI: :facq'naintance. partygiving- the pilot perceived, an instant too late, that The'ESJ!*' ezgs are still banded about-or of the pay the expense. of eighyfour from -the,.East and Jour froon when we know'licr-.an artlen,. cottAdiegcaiU
in order to keepus clear o3 the shore executing yrahd d ign. ; the West ,In her awn 'Itonny clime,**amid tie tart
2t: 1.bad just renewed we patche "eggs, i. e. paschal eggs'as *her are'Jcalled I T ta prepare a-plan of setdement.
4 my civility to new { .t1 faw.tie.Cour. thai! bad
my bad no alternative" to short' to unfolded her, a tender bad of bop Mpromise.
: ,*aerinaintance when I stop or France. In the Greek and: Roman "" It is'.said the, AVesteni
-. u >4 waesud.enytaitedWLt run foul of the steamer which ha4 been des Churches Easier "Yoa can't doit." : defe tes openly .:Tho bad bad p"at forth ib 0I$1OJ1

>y a-gruff "You. are'Tery kiod"mkjaaien to disaster. 'lie was celebrated a.grand avowed in a caucus that they would bad marked it lorellnesa
altered: close beside me 'and ignated prevent ; of'course- festival and the commolieapeenjoyed! jt A erit accept opening -and bad opi

eyes, I saw ne short t thickset; ,,weater-beat-raising my attempted the former expedient, but"he had as a holiday. Amongthe; Greeks' the day .tenumerates'the"UcLf..TbePittsrb tj'fchasersof tickets:Dispatch of no compromise that did not provide: for the self been gladdened by it*"perfome. It wa.brt .

n, and usually taciturn helmsman, who was lost his his chance by a hair's breadth.. Before was spent-in rejoicings.., The salutation'of at auction for Jenny LInd'eco erts.We establishment of tKe'tfhlla of'saSragt" basis is erashednd, !withored ae by th irbirl-
---r- *t4he wheel, standing hat in could be obeyed, and tbest.eaun-every one, as he met his friend Christosanette omit wind breathl' JVe"lhonShlor41
7- ,. hand, looking backed was the names turn of the .
I down with a sort of complacent astonishment paddle-wheels drove "Christ is risen.'t tickets; and someoibettf by -. \ e dotiogrparent*. of.tl* **
. :- .- epon myself and the .dog. Of course, of our the figure-head other boat crashing and through the side :In Home, the Pope, when there was .a ,request A writer in the'Cbsrlpston, Coufitrka.j3 rowing .partner,of the EtU. ionsehold' ba4jters'ttad '

J comprehend' the'thing at one*. The ill- feeL J almost- threw us off, our Pope, med to go in the grand procession to : Ills said.that v. Bell of Texas'who recently that tbe.way the- General Government { : brothert, who.bad bean,-iodalglflf-buci
& favored cur %Vas his property'and he \vaspultin Great St-Peters and assist in high mass'. In Tur quoted Shakspear j'*. Mwinter or-buf act the fond MUcipaUoaA of a long bright fmtata h a
: the for < to of
U ef event the
'into words outcry J nothing > key; Barter Is still discontent' from the uUempt seeesslonon
the Bible
.- gratitude which the fected on hoard announced by twenty is no relative of her society ;Vceoapar** ttfiflijWUitti noanrful
I a craft without
: '.oof t and speaking eyes of hIS canine favorite and vociferation This river the shoal noise salutes of cannon at break-of day;'and sacjrificeVofnnimals "The Church-going'bell? thepart o'f South Corolina 'will torto sccneencUag before*. Oar heart kk *4at

: Jiad already expressed much'more unequivocally. the boats"injurerand; injured, alike/were,and of Ibe made-amidst the reJOicIng spoken ofbyCowpe-iuone of his poem's abolish all ports o"f entry 4 thehtaterand tbeptetare,and we could oarytfHy thai A.wborUttper .

r4jci.- {whuii1i/oii/thonglitI- is 'not freely :made overto, his: Satanic Majesty- man would people lose his cojwbo In England worked,a working -,' ( "This ere haalmal, ;>y- JUtle .deirs," bt tLat thUs, no commerce entering tBerria, no *th.wind to t&ttoom biab"S'MniUgaU
) on
; without the trammel any legal formalities: Easter. Mired the keeper of a duties will have;to $e collected and*the Uta cup -bUlarnoM to thSbII5"4
Englishmen ;menagarie; to school ,
,:: sed 4o so much kindness! from a stranger," ;try to amuse themselves i secessionists '
-T afljts! 'courtesy. was very efficiency and -or did in old Wi a leopard. 'fns cornpleetionyaller will have the sod desolate, ,
-to and
$ of
'irarsaeel nan, as if in reply o look times, 'this'day privilege remainip -
> my ; promptly re.urned byjhe crewvbf the Iij sJtenie and in grief ire l .forth laM
; other The agreeablydiverafied with black >ere her
of Itl
opening the lit that
"travellers who .come-.aboard 'to see sights courts of law?-and;the spots, attitude until; .their
kick v sReI.. llkimatety,-aftergreat exertion, we religious observances vas a wulger, herrotof the' hancients that eyes arc open tbe baus of her 1igU-9cartoj'gsl *7 7OS
him aside AThea Jmecouesthelu the are Qtill regulated id to the folly ol
oa thetf
got clear, something order the critter proceeding. 4. rid affection Vo heard silema "J24
>. .4ek1fot they have no timea discorer his was Jestored; England by Easter. Itisa holiday at all voilhincapahle",changing his ; th words

'v feood fluafitiel'. ? and ray friend Baptiste, who was evidently the, ublie offices except those of Excise.Cuss spots L. 1., 'vh.,_voadisprovedin modern times Gaiiy -Oa-1ii iiightof May to d>utn and ** to fiAttf W left her 'wft
V an individual of.mark on board, resigned the toms and '" vy puBcrwminat ne 1st th< eongregaOJoBof
*'Bat I jam amps. very freequentlyislept oAa ,
convinced he Aa
said I, i io-'my turd,JI cn* good see then qualiiie& jn- helm to another of.tbe'crew, and rwent for :iDuring, .Lent, the people -had'so 'mortified in_ one spot, ;and next' night ehaaged'to since me aeaviesr: -known,4at.thi ''season, 1sveshaveth.i,'tfme.tof.La '' I
ward 1834
to ascertain a&otherl" 'occurred
the in
the.extent,of damage themselves, that Kentucky; and the
beauufal they-wereglad to throw off T rf And flowers Eo wither Ctth$ norS wind breatt,
? which .we: had .ourselres,sustained. ,- Tbegure.bead restraints and "But I Mf Showman!I" Louisville Courier --
csmaa' -bowed gratefully as indulge in good cheer!-: Hence say .L- erearr.edlH- fays,the first crop n that Antarssefba-s3t-: :. "a )
bad been"carried: away ; and'he arose'a thousand customs/ of which tic Johnty, leopard ain't yeflowat aft. Is totalfy .
co'twtf region
4boegbLa&padhint ,apersonal many destroyed Jce ww formed Thott luu (n taini"VwiAtK
strode flJe The '
f ,1. over bowv'bf the boat to examine still exist, ail sayihe. wbite." ;- I'A .
tending tojconvmaiily. 3-8tha
The of .incn _
.an _
the thlck
evil in'detail Unfoitunately, he was, pieitsin the Catholic countries used --?rre,is we, text," inquired the shown lajTennessee, '
to di
: f added a moment alter; according!jcurtomf: followed :hyhi faith.of vfltlyeir congregations witn'Easier, tales lrtn the Apothecary .or tb'&i Sorigof $u. Alabama; & 4thitoccu and coUort! were ;: DzI: ?,
"Lie dog certaJnl> not handsomtn .*fc- | farpntefwho the or jab I" r" -, WkiiO [
,on disappearance of itsmasterJiehindtoobulvroiks.of'lae Fa5utth Fasdwki.e.itmanytstories.3omewhich -- _- rtr t,: '
-- _
The ailor' gently-shook his :1- P. Cornea,ef tteki
hemlVrere ( vessel, I bare heard ore very-ludicrpus 9't'&whereit eays that Geh'&zi'jrent forth *ftnn ofCoagroH &
:- -. --- -' .. "lt jiooinadame'WbAt he is to me," be Jh8nEafterbjmp4Thinau" had inoffensive,- aod ffl r/whir! in i-n < -' buefblje
yet i---
,,-'- 4 -..-,-t fv1ui- <<'. .jj sadJy srife,and''child and friend, yon (oa looting upon omli projecting i piece of :Easter may be traced probaily,far beyond instructive.the era*ol .* : -i/Vn/ explosion occurred 5atb'e'Clover-re.Hill -. -
WeO '
: rpold think )him a beautjfAnd ,*! oy'fodrJhatls small V
j / : timber bat Jbeljioof dog vr&rJesa happy; OjristianUy/ com you are Coal"PiX Chesterfield .
:: doft 'Bijoit jndeei'hold so- high apa.gaaobseryanee; hoeing.;, : f f eoantyjVa., on th* (
aof Tha.ieapjirh.ich look to Ieribsi4.-f but was adopted i %&> % : In, tb1ity,
( en11th
,J lifei the Chris 'YeV.taidPthe boy!while he night.offtrut 9to4 about i"o'c1ock attended -
jQur my good -boatvcVHed itbeypo4,1iilpaq4 it if ell tians, :and; applied tOv'theirAreligion The contiaoed : 1 lttsh; Tu'A.

V4 i into tbj rirer-* WeweretacPj.t1ba.t.'JnDnennjne- : jul *areerii Christianr'cotnmeaj.orate'-.EasterwIhe hislabori Of planted smay; cofnf": > with*>*,. ainelancboly. loss of life.: .Ten men, $
thVbead of be animal which had reBurrcction But! it looks/atbrr Uow j > fyt i- ** i ;
siody orer ( or ten knot of:.Pbrthete8al y |; -: one-white and moe colored! ; are theT1dead LKIofthl5 -
t ,- v. gradually crouched .dovr/i, Closer beside me an hpurvfoiftre bad'at Jength left all irapeMimeifts in the i Jea that Chmt was originating the *Yes; sir, we planted the yellow kind,*- re. killed' i%and* -* /' tfw jr amOngst -':'- r '
fay missing.- buesof
; -. and nbV'ffanced upwards towards its master behind SurneuILheboy.i.- four AI'Thati,14.o;1rro3y; stktiis
us-aod the Jamb. V ith -i4 '
consequence.was paschal them it -
0 conscious that it had inevitable. had its origin 'But I do not believe colored-men'bad, beea:found *, .f
as thougti perfectly The next revolution of the In- the feast of the ordained you will have more, according to
b become the subject of discourse. 'Sure1v, if wheel drew passover, M oy tbanbaUacrop.'" the1astocun The (
; the wretched animal into ;tbe Moses The word Easter said presumption is that
eared to might find a it was u to4 have 'No. wr, we planteJ! on shares PCTM, BoVu, JrTork ., ur' d X
, you try, you prettier] vortex : caught up dropped from ; beep! derived from the _namf of the Teutonic |the the vtevgrnFo
yonng as traveller! rode awny. the accident baa to Mil Rqaotraru Amuac.

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ne. *k ttTiapromptOt? thrown C1Zesdrtda ___L_ _,L_ -S -

I btemd 'attklk as.Democrar ; *!* Vaj, Chcery. ..ANDCoMMe1oVNE be appreciated who*r rquiiWt.ecenpy aachrroors.u may b -
LouiI&E.8uulth i it corny to understood. If eaaaoS be other- gired them bytheb..alty.. -
.+- ;by*JflPI1Rrd of Flor- 4 FzJpRID4. : tNbEtthIGET 5 'iie-wfth 5ydOt'WTittea'yuoua which, for 9' -
Ms. |l bu Atorycd In6 bnr.o&nds, and Uefit&d'tO A Ibeabos.bMn."t. be oondnn Centuriesgoterne4_**tlo. that;the the world most ta wonderful?verwiJaes aodalor; aad- orier to admbska krsvs S Sis

>lieeuoaeot&e things "too IT appearing to tho catufactin af.th* Court which iiife*'Teal Jbasi* *f tho'jurJMiradenco of a Student aus be*$Jaasifosrt.ea 1Mm
] th&Ithsd.unaant
; ; l $ifimIth'residesi)0yond flZLR mu4 5-
COUtlOIUteh1.rnlmeaa4of siww aatis&etory evUenc f.
a larg porU UM
iDIo6tw Stated.Florida, to wit, in tho StaU of Ik4bv.to tender PaSTT1eet 1S1jfIj Eagiand aad tba United States '" w"It eharaetanaad saatala aa txaminaUoa U *
r2 ireorgia,on mstwu of W. M.Ins Esq4 solicitor Ia Gsor1 : following studies,via '. S*&*
WcnUlkfii Witt,of angels sent tot Eontcaroliaa.4r.noeaaee., 'orj woaldheguite form.t.spiak oflhe <
complainant, n is therefore .ordered that the : "" -S
and Alariaina malta oilthe jElasate1
; ,viththe kasuranc,that alt great work which your:intorpriseis _
ata to set their watch defendant
Hlt lMiMMV do mppearii>lean; n demur to Greek: Grammar
jj the wtr'or. ;entrustsed to them will roselve their d.roteJ atten about M give to UM America pablto From the Jacob's wsv.. S
{ fr Usaota*. sr fcearts with anguish" nut uojla4nIn'i bill with'n four m9utlil.'or the 7* 1, loa fr.M..M.DYB,of 8'annah. isolated position which the civiilaw hat been per- Readw,ad4h first twr5ff"

$ jiMsIdl.u v.t nchr as confessed, provided publica I, mltte4 teo cpyJa Enland.fO of lbs s'tM Anahasta,Jacob'.otDuedng's Latin
RSIb tion be made of this order as the law directs. UZILEREAMI has been madeknown io> .Savannah;P.b.8L ot mh worka eoEeernuij it have been tmnsUted into last or Caut,CIoeu's Select sMno.gIor .
sm Mt, be* worv wish wi 1y3U, And a hearing will bo had of said at the that certain -' Cs. what than .
w. cause .vy. lawless persona are -Committing :? I m English,and thin want has not%en supplied by U deemed srptht. i4
.M t wtfcU *f this worlds wilderness, next term of said Court thereafter.- depredations of a very serious nature upon the original EnrfUh treatises ea that auMeet. I Se.,

tuAfrlf Wm from unseen sources steal, (Signed) THO. DOUGLAS. the public land* of this State,cutting and carrying 1 S.' W. Baker bani no doubt that ia .Louisiana, ia :Texas.'ia EsTlAXCX FES'S
ntmt Judge &c. &;. the most Valuable timbertheyeqn,1 California MM vwxva mt
away : i- ,and ia the Territories of the Uaitod 5
fcamrt to solaee and to bless tAm4wVifcM A true -Testi -. 4 irojrjvjsrr trS 'KL4 new msntr, do1lar* it an Sophomw
Annft all copy ? (consisting of Live Oak, Cedar, pine;* &o%,> r rc'FioftIDk Stated,as jrell as In Lower Canada, there will *;
aDt,when learned by sin to stray S. ScjutBORotiOH, 'Cicrk; thereby materially lessening and,jzuury places;, JUST ; be a ready demand for your publication. The aa Junior, fifeca doHairsf- **d.'If a..nj.

ftvttvirtm*!'safe sad narrow track, May 12th 1831. 22-lm entirely destroying their value r : ?. profession throughout the Union will readily Jlendtheif r-tweutydollars.__ --i's' ,.
A.t4s NOW.THE REFORE.1 THOMAS BROWNv F Reference, -.1&anou. d
favor to the .
undertaking aad i trust '
; Tuition
ftoeairel MM form invUible to stay, NOTICE. Governor the State or Florida, by'virtue W : lsn'fi. ILtlrG ,. -I uO'.
,' Savannah,Georgia. enterprising housewin find its interest in 3: -, S1ueIdmta1ezqn.ju
Aad ready lod hfc erring footstep*back 1Bnr PROPOSALS wm be received at authority Vested in me as Executive of (his State, MrekI8 tf publishing from time to time, ia the English Ian- RoosmreaL------, S. lfl'4 J'

West are saehbut oh, how more than SEALED
fifteenth [15th] day f.June next for placing, replacing to aid in and this assist State,wid call upon all good citizens, :F N 2>V SPRING GOODS.UBSCRIBERtias 'S &)5tis of a civil law library. f. JauiUrV"Wages' I #73 -t1Ocp?-73 -.
Waft in
apprehension of and I remain
,kerpiug in their proper places, taking any gentlenMtt, very respectfully,; tour PntIrorato-aiighttauI. i'
up .
Ai1wbe. guardian angel stands confessed twice a year, cleaning and pain ting the Baoys. on all persons so- committing inch depredations, as.nforesaid .TIlE roe &ve1 and offers obedieat a rv nt; G UOiiClE UST1S.Messrs. -. ttUon- S
room, :: 'JfW'
,-aad a1.&to la "*finend -
endeavor all extensive .
ty LrmjffcBHow.FR
woman's teademess aad truth, St. John's,Darand Nassau Bar, 'anddoing all assortmcnt of \. Fuel It
fa AH a other their power,to.prevent' bid lands from'being' in Heady Clothing:: of the latest styleconsist.. afforded trfthe stoqleusateoii. useeqaIta51bchk
to soothe.MCao things necessary to be done, sc that the said
tout U
gentle of sdsacefly.aeb
"With afl aa angel's power anywise injured and defaced for the future.:And ring OM AtFREDllENNCN S OF 'TIlE
Wtll be
Buoy. in order an1 ,
*love disarms each pang this world has for kept good in their proper more particularly are the Members of.tho Board : Coats, as'd: Pauls, do. NEW ORLEANS BAIL student; IT more is eoarameOJt It charged tabidR
the of
places, one The C.ovcrurnent S. -if less, the balance fe refunded. : "" '
7ear. Vests
of Internal '
Improvement for this State, charged do. Shirts; Fanny ??
wfll furnish Buoys, hains, .Anchor LJnen & S : BosTovS pt.6, tS50u Hoard is furnished with tbe families of,the Pro*'
F. .Panatna Ibuts
to the above
andfeornestlyreqnested see .carried ;
Vhos bright example point my way to heaven I shackles, &c. The contract to commence on the into execution in their districts. .4In Ighorn llats; Shoes Hue Messrs. LrrrtJi k Be WS t lessor at two dollars per week -.-r.'Washing *
respedtive ,a as0rtmeuL..4.1sojs71rietyofMuslins- .
first of Jaly next. Bond S Gentlemen much si
and approved security am (leased o learn that at tbe usual ratesf ..
__ will be required. Separate rropo&als will be con- Testimony whereof,I.have horeuntoetmybandandausvIto Gwgkams, Lawns/ yon are engaged in arerisededition .All doe*are fayabte ia advance. *Ti TnUIoa -
be Changeable
CHCSCH SUIT.-This sidored. ISAIAH-I). HART, [ .] fixed the Great Seal of the,Jbtale *of I :Lustre, Silk Linen andCambrieffdkL, Bon-' of No Strahan a translation of DOMAT os dm.Law. I* remitted o applicatioD aU tojent d9gfcea ? -
METHODiST work in the 5 -
THE Collector& Superint'L.May nets,. Gloves-and English language,on. U>4 same for U>e Juiowtrr, pwiu
of the 20th, 1851. 22-td Florida, at the Capitol, in Tallahassee 1thta-1jaru Umbrella, subject, is to be compared with it, for the fullness /The tuition fet for Modern LnagcwfllI
? tnuch talked of cae, a scparation'of ,this 5th day of May,A 1). 1351. tans, KO. Also, a fine assortment of Grocciries. and correctness the
dpctrioe conveyed throozb- eight dolUn fission,to b.ps14 to the hnitu.to .
set down for THOMAS BKOVVN, consisting in Kew York City,Cured Hams, outit. .
the Church, was finally ICE ICE ,, S : : : Ig ad1nce S
Governor of,Fiyrida.? S 13.wonsides.. Shoulders, FuHn Market From the timVof its t.;?
a hearing in the United States Court in New 'k1'k TONS just received from Connecticut By the Governor-A Ltcst: Beef,Smokf Salmon,'Smoked Beef;. it has I'eCeived'tho-npprobrtion publlcat.io4Jup'to of the the inost present For'stiWenfti do.att design to prexatte ft< *

the I3lh of this month. Coun- and for sale by the nbseribers, aw.DOWNING.Kta ,Bologna Sausages, Co4 Fi h, fcJ learned men and lawyers'i\i with Course rtjvtredfor drgrtet a pur fiiw -
York eirjt! ;
M! for lie tonplainants, the Jtcthodistplwoml May 10, 195!. 15-2t Prunesdried Applei, drew copi.ny! from U for, their work. and wars**fe'if farV'-iitdrrWd.

Chtrch South, are Daniel Lord ICL carefaUy packed and sent' to any put of S Raisins; ,Loaf au.. Napoleon himself studied It most carefully in ear kofr_as i ran be vet *4abanieepqtaf

: the country on short notwo. In the eastern Circuit Court, gar.Sugar,Soda Bos- ly life, which may account for the singular sent The-atudiaog this Course are.rsaziged un4tL
,f KetrVork, Be ray'Johnson of 3Tary'aud. Hours for Town delivery from 7 to 8 o'clock every Duval County,FiorttLa.Jons Ion, -and Lemon Biscuit nesti'aiid wisdom of his bserratiomaad decisions ;

Daniel Weteter at Massachusctta.Tor tnorning. Persons wishing to supply them- Tcaxnr In Sedlits Powders,Table Salt,Its.AIo. during the discussions on the adoption of his code Lit-A MrrlLn4net.DzPthuirt41 wIt_
anfl i Chancery. .
iclves will be pleased .10 obserre this, as the ice vs > : ..n assortment Cutlery. Car- Domat should,and 1 hope will be, found_in1 the beginning with Arithmetic and Atgebrethe'st
the defence the Mrtht>ilist Episcopal Louse will not heorced at any other time. The MAaT TBRKEH. } Bill for Divorce penter's2oo1sBskcts- Tubs, Brooms,' library ttf every A mcncan lawyer. dat will Its carried. seriatim-thr.Ob olI* .
neccuitv for such a regulation will be apparent to fce., tie.AH ,* *'S Your obedient serraat; J hherbrelerof) the Matbematieaaj,
Chwch, E. L. Faucber, and George Wood. all. ALSOP k BOUUS.Jaeks r appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, f wliich he cffiea"for sale at the lowest *' ALFREDHEXNEX.REPOKTS lhu ir invest i a Natural PhI1osopyAy2o- '

of New Vark and BufusClioate, of Ma sa- arillc.May 25,J33L. 12tiIIEADQtTAItTF.aS that Mary Turner the defendant in the above market prices. MORRIS KKIL. y S d
entitled cause,resides nut of the State of Florida Corner of Ocean &Bay trts. OP CASES argncd and determined in At 'Excum rzTnxnjCo

and beyond the jurisdiction of this Court, There Jacksonville, March 27, 1831. tf the Circuit Court of the United States fur the instruction In Orthography, Reading, Ehesti.iij

fore on motion of Oscar Hart, Esq., Solicitor for first circuit from 1812 to 1851,as follows : Grammar,Writing,Geography; 1Iistsrt.
bare never seen old maids decidedly optioned 4tti Brigade, F. M. >4 Complainant, It it Ordered, That &ij defendant A* CARD. -GALUSOI'S RETORTS. Reports of Cases argued position, ltLetOriCLogicfnteflcclna! MMkYT

to matrimony. I bayr never seen a ORDER No I.CaptainJOIIN. appear and answer to the bill of complaint 5 ,. '-OPATTEN'S-- and determined in the Circuit Court of the Moral rhilosopbj, Political grammar. Story 0*

p'l that did not know. I have never L. HOPKINS, of the county of said complainant within four months, or HOTEL. United States,for the first Circuit, from 1S12 to theCoostittttiou, Fbloaopb, OrnithotegT; tural -
pretty fee account of his Putnam, I3IDO11E V. GARNIE, of the the come will be taken as confessed against her; Me. EDITOR? As the time i* fast approaching 1813. Second edition, with additional otes and Thc li>gj',Elements of Criticiraaasd EvjJ
Men a lawyer refuse a on county t>f Duval, are hereby duly appointed Aids- // MwrbnOrdcicJ, That a copy of this order, when the numerous invalids who are now enjoy References.. 2 vole; 8ro. Boston, 1833. ces of Chrutia&it/. '

client's poverty. I have never seen a wo de-Camp: to the Brigadier General commanding : duly certified by the Clerk of this Court be pub. ing the benefit of a tropical climate, will be departing *4J should omit doing justice to my own feelings, 2j. A Alrac-iSTiLK DmPtgr..4j.r S

ibatvranldngue-tieJ. I have never seen and HENRY I). HOLLAND, M. D.. of the lished in some newspaper printed within the r.a-- for their Korltera homes,.permit'me to as well aa to the cause of truth, if I were not to will be imparted aa ac naintajiec within |bat is S

rich men prefer marrying poor girls. I have county of Duval, Surgeon of fctaff,with the rank tern Circait of Florida once a weckcaoseeutively.! introduce to.their notice PATTENTS HOTEL select the derisions in Gallison's and Mama's Reports necessary qtulifj youthTor the immediate, datienof -
bed-wrench and title of Major. They will be'respected and fur the said space of four months. ,"-located on the corner Greenwich and as specimens of pre-eminentmerit. They the counting house;ineladinr,' *>%> '
toever seen but om fcidy ue a obeyed accordingly. THO. DOUGLAS, Judge, ce. Warren streets,.New York; which has acquired may fairly IMS placed upon a level with the best 1. Peiunazship-By .snor1gIn&I aMwmtfarsy

and pin to tighten her corset I never saw II. It is further requested that the Colonels attached In witness whereof 1 hereunto set myL. a most enviable reputation. WILLIAM PATTET, productions of the English Admiralty for'deep tem of this art, which inTarimbljr;prod veer

a woman die with the lock-jaw. I have nev'er to the Brigade report their several places b. hand and affix the geal of said Court. Enq., the proprietor, U a young man.who possesses and accurate learning,as well as for the highest bold,finished band,peenliartr adapted to Ih rjmr-

seen a person who' subscribed to a newspaper of address, andal their earliest convenience, the ISLOOCE* V, GABSIE. Clerk, &3. every requisite of the gentleman-one of the ability and wisdom- decision.- '-3 Kent S ,3); 12)) poses of the aceoantant and otianeu ataa.t -

the but whose death number of officers now in ccmmisstOB, Liaaoing May 23, 1831., 4m few who finds the way to the heart and affections 527.Mtstrt 'i. Arithmetic-Compriain-numerous ai&ntrted *--
nd cheat printer, : -(William J*.) "REPORTS or"Caw in methods of eompntins Interest.
to.their respective commands. of all who visit his}(oua. Board$1O0 per day. LuwafiS.
was a bad one. EDWARD HOPKINS, PROSPECTUSOFTJIE"iII He will certainly do the 'most agreeable to all the Circuit Court of the Ubited States for the Equation of PajTnenta,to.,sad oUwrr Jlereaatfl*

Gen.. customers. Hi table fixtures arc of the moat,delicious First Circuit, from 1S1G to 1S95. 5rols., 8vo. eaknlatioM founded on centagci tejether with
A'TA ANNA.-Tlte Kiugstoa (Jamaica) Brig. Corn's.MATTOET ARION STAR." character His house is beautifully situated, "Tbene Reports comprise the Decision of Mr. all inch operations u an requisite for a thoroorti
MILLS, E. F., May Kth, 1331. Justice Story on the first Circuit of the United knowledge of the business oT a eoontiap-roont
with its
btspatch of the ls t inat. has the following NEWSPAPER bearing the above title will spacious parlors, long dining-rooms,
A its airy dormitories, and its balls and States, and follow in Her after Mr. GalLeon'sReports. Bsk-kerpis--.singI&anj Di oW liiiJiy.5 fc.
Oc\u East passages
be issued at Marion
Old Metal county, .. the
The Decisions relate to a great variety seoul apprured racthadJL complete
|aragniph : ,echoing to the steps of busy waiters, and : eovn
Florida in few days.
of subject*-Constitutional,AdmiraltyPersonal of instruction ia this branch wiQ be funtUhed designed
to commencing guests coming and departing,will bespeak for the ;
*& We learn from nmloulted authority that PREPARATORY operations fib far as Whiggery and 1)emoeraey, are con- Law the
Real to fit student tOIke
,I wish to affable and generous proprietor, a honied word and ,and Chancery,and are eharaeterized charge of any Hot
rcedthe will he neutral buLsouud the
Gen. Santa Anna will leave Carlhagena this large or small quantities,old IronCopper purchase paper on and a rock of Gold. I by the profound learning, acuteness, and account b3olou, *Vs
month frft tits tflaiul! en rout to Mexico, or Lrass,*.r which 'good prices' will lie gives. > Two Dollars if paid in Jvance, if not, A TOURIST. thoroughness of research. which are such eminent 4th. AaKicn.TTE.VL DCTAET3irTr-M3eia-
traits of their author. They will bear a favorable prising a selection froin the rgliah tan3>3atbematical >-
GEORGE Jacksonville March 27 J331.
heill be again elected MOONEY. -
it is usual
where expected Three. Advertisements inserted at the
Jatksonvillc, E F., May 12, 1351. 15-tf comparison, in point of learning and practical coursw; and, also, SurveyingBotaay,
rresidentr rates. utility, with the best volumes of the English Re Mineralogy,Geology,Chemistry,and Agrienitir. a
Short cvnmunicatiou from either party wVl Nassau County Tax Collector's Sale.V ports." .- ral Chemi ry; the tut (wo, illustrst.cdby expert..

SROBT DRESIES.-The new fashioned For Sale. be inserted, if couched in courteous language. -virtue of authority in me by law vested, I ScartER'a: REPORTS. Snmaer (Charles.) Reports mntahIeetures- \&$*

dress is being introduced into our city. Several A5ugar Mill with an the irons nwessary for Under the Agricultural Head,tie farmer will ::11' will expose for sale, in front of the Court of cases argued and determined in the Circuit 5thA Civu. EsauEEm DHMTHSXT Ia
hers* pewer. The rollers find valuable matter;and any information tending house door, in Nassau county, on the first Men- Court of the United States for the First Cir which are taught Arithmetic, (mental and mt-
laJies appeared in our streets yesterday ire of iron, IS inches in diameter, 36 inches in to advance the Agricultural interest of Est day in June, 1851,220 acres of land owned by the cuit. 3 rots bvo. ten,) Algebra,(mental and.written,} Geometry,

with dresses of very laconic pattern, and enjh.: ; Al*> two Boilers measuring 130 and 200rallovs Florida. is solicited from the farmers. beirs of Francis P. Sanchez, or so much thereof The e volumes contain the .decisions of Mr. Trigonometry, Surveying, (with the use of instrn

pantaloons a. la Tuik. The new style respectively. Delivery at Jacksonville or J. A. ANDREWS, & CO., as will t'y.S 46 taxes due thereon from 13-13, Justice Ptery.'and form a continuation to the series meats in the field,)Practical Eagin.erjagArchi.

looks decidedly tidy and mat, and imparts to 'alatka.[ Publisher' and Proprietor's. and *ii. necessary expenses attending said sals. of GalUson and Mason The decisions ia the Lecture, Perspective.'dr.&ughthignd, fTopegra-
and For Additional particulars apply to S. W. B\- Ocala, May 6, 133L [News please copy.] Boundaries described on day of sale. present volumes relate particularly to questions of phy. --' "S6th.
lbs wearer Quits a sprightly youthfulappearance. KCK, Attorney at I aw,JacksonviRe, East Florida JL'J. BRADDOCK, Equity: and Admiralty,and are of great practical A TEAcnIasDnrsnTux-The boor,.
.-Sj/raciu; (A. F.) Standard.TUUPEXT15E. tf- Notice. oct 24-tds Sheri ffand off.Tax Collector. valuo.' -. of study will consist of a judicious 'atleetiua'of

-:- May 15, 1331. LL PERSONS indebted to the late firm ftf ex. STOUT'S REPORTS. Story (William W.) Reports subjects from the other drpArtmeata, Including
A of cases argued and determined in the Circuit all the brandies punned in oar eomnott scbooU.
KIEL STEPHENS hereby requcsed Dissolution.nnilEFJRMof Court of the United States for toe Fiat Cir Practical LeeturM will alno be gfreJi on,6eJrooITesehingbothuaacienceaada.saaa.rt..fr
V1LMlcx &IAUECT MIT Toih. IVr- Notice. to settle their accounts 1>y the Sl.st of May S
cuit.: Syols. Sro. .. ,
tiae.-Since (>ur last about l.ftJflb\ XOXTHS after date I shall present my S51,else they,will be placed into the ands of an KIEU k'STEPEis is this day "These volumes form a continuation to the K>- Pupils will not only thus receive UM fullest iaitrucliou >

have arrived and sold $2'2 5 Hard SIX and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Attorney for collection. JB. dissolved by mutual consent All persons rica of Gallison Mason, and Sumner. They eon? relative to the best'.and niost popular
say Dip Probate[ of Columbia county, for a final settlement MORRIS KIEL. indebted will make fiayment to M. KELL., tain the last opinion ever pronounced by Mr.Justice method of teaching,fc.t they viQ slaa-bav.-.p..
." 30, Virgin $305, and (3 10. as the Administrator f the Estate of Noel Jacksonville, May,. ,1S31. If M.KEIL.WALTER. fctory, who died while the List opinion in the portunities of exemplifying them,byhsiag is-

.' SFT*. 7'urpentine.-Sales small, Lois 29 tlauluon. ( STEPHENS. third volume was yet undelivered." eitatloa ia the ow.rdepartmeita.oitba4.itits-.
iccased.WILLIAil RAULISON Jacksonville, FJa., March 13th."lS51. _(20) WOODBTBT Chas. L. and Mcsor Uon. --
cia., market firm.Jlan'n. MILITARY BOUNTY LAND. ( ) -(George.) -
($: -The business win hereafter be conducted -
Administrator. Reports of cases argued and determined in the 7th. A DEPAVTXKxrar'HoDnIa tniraaxa
A wnall No. 1 sold 25.
parcel at$3 Afligittori.Apr. 28, 1S51. (may 8.) .- Pre- mpti n Rights.F by the subscriber at the Store formerly-occupied Circuit Court of the United States for the First which stadenU who wish to take atborougk
1,000 bbls. common at 55 cents. by Kiel & Stephens.M. KIEL. Circuit. Yob,I. and II. course can hare an opportaaityef; doing sorvhU

Tor--Arrive* but -*pariugljln.i sales Administrator's Notice. GEZ1AL L.s'c Ornx. "These volumes,contain the Decisions of Hon.. others whose object may-be to- acquire nft>tfr4

$1 4&-Wilamgtoai JkreJiLt M.zrdi.3I,1.5L 1OT1E.rg'U1ECOPARTERSUIP. Levi, Woodbury, appointed to succeed Mr.Story knowledge to toMulate.with facility,and,to proflounce -
SIX MONTHS after date,we shaD-prescnt all as Assistant Justice for the Firs&-distrioL" with tolerable eorreetaess as ahort a
ORDER THAT the liberal views of Congress
counts and Touchers to the Hon. Felix heretoforecxutinr.
-- at -
Vol..111. in time as possible,an a1sopcovtde4etf
A CJLUD. of Probates for the County of in pacsing the Act of 2ith September, JL between SKIFF & R.YANlsthi. ., press.
Livingston,Judge daydis- ttavfsvs'9 SUPREME COWRT- RETOKTS.-Howard Systematic instrueUon,will be rna4a Ekeotioa -
The andcnign a&engcrs oa lite steatnerMiotoUA Duval, for a final settlement of tbe estate of Seymour 1830. granting Bounty Land to certain officers solved by mutual consent. Their bonlu and accoaoUhavebcen (Benjamin C.) Reports of cases argued and by lectures and othmrise aad fireqveBVaxar*
who Military
soldiers have been in the
PickeU deceased and will then apply and engaged turned over to IJyant Ilickraan *
take adjudged ia the Supremo Court of the United cues in Declanuttien and EogDsh CoaposiUoa
great pleasure in Mating to the sentce of the United States bo carried -
for rFu'chatgc from all further attention and re- may who are alone authorized to collect the accounts Suvtcs. %eis4,5,6,7.aS.55OeachvuL be required of all the students connected with the
public that they entirely exonerate the gentlemanly ponibiljty in the. rcmi.ses. out. and every expense to- the Warrantees be die us. G. F. SKIFF., S ,These reports follow Peter's,and with those Reports Institution. 5z-', SSr
MARY R. PICKETT, avoided as La as possible in obtaining the benefits C. C. E RVA3f. ,_.l SS
aad efficient officer of the boat, Capt P. Mczi.J.T and Dallas, Crancb. and Wheat.on'seo& S -
JAMES'A. PICKETT punted bythe gratitude of their country for artt ....
known'to Aeadtnaj.
all the Decisions of Court
3; from any eeiuure whatever iu relation to Administrators.JadvlonviHe faithful and patriotic services;tad at the same THE businei'S heretofore conducted 1UiA prise our Law. theitighest. By slate Te-tvanUatie&of this drpanmsat of

je aed4 Bt which bcfel her oa her recent trip Fet.20,1851. 6m tune to secure to the hardy and enterprising set- & SUFF, will be continued by Ryan & Hiekntan, STOUT o\.Tire Cotrrmrno- camprtrin* thfConCituJticmal .5" Delaware College, the Board -Trustees,oar*

/rout Savannah. They attribute the accident tiers on the Public Lands, the fruits of their in- they having formed a partnership for that pur- History of tlte United States, a taken measures to plaea'it uion anew' -aad improved
FORMATION OF lastry and privations; the Secretary of the In- C, E.RYAN.: and
aLLrlj..t9 bi SntCciency of the pilot on duty, the DISSOLUTION AND tenor has directed: pose. JiW.HICKMAX.Feb. new addition iu two vols. Svo.S foundatioa. to endow it with adTauta-
by imQar-JhutitBthiBam the
THE IISIIIP. ges possessed
itsrp teat f lot biting detained iu St.Mary's That public notice be given to all settlers on .13,1321. (f27) 3t ,mar 10-ly eonntrr. 'Th* Aeademy. berttofure.jaened ia

ty fiekncM. The iuuM g rs deem it their duty THE ropartnership firm of Cureton.heretofore Titus existing& Harris under, ishs Public Lands,subject to private entry, to come the College, and of coarse abject to'all, tboevili Si
'.rwar *k to call the attentien of th puVl> to the con day diwlvcd by mutual consent. within thirty days after making their settlements BOOKS PCnLlSlIED AND IV PRESS
of Instruction of this Institution, of the two departments ia the sam
detoftheC.ptaiaaLthe steamer W GASTOX and the Pre-emption
improvements as required by A under its present organization; cenautsoftbe buildinrandnader the asses owrnaeat,aov
who, altb ch r*<] ecU4 U as"ut in getting thsMAOXOLIA JaeLsoB villa, Dec. 20tb,ISO Act of 4th September, 1&1, ao as to secure their BHO\\V, BOSTO.V."fTNTTED following named Professorships, to wit: enjoys the privilege of a separate ** hTlT<'iiTnt.

off her without Leir pre-emption right/, and prevent interference STATES srjiTirrK3 AT L.1EGEVOt. A professorship of mental and moral science.A without losing those which result from its relatioa
passed rendering any The bun ties* hitherto conducted by the aboveuaed by the location of these warrants *J JX. Will be published on the first of April professorship of the greek and .latin languages. to the College proper. : ,* ,
assistance what eier.Mn. fine- will be henceforward conducted by And that all warrants ma) be located upon the neit. "The Statutes at Large and' Treaties of S S A large and elegant ediice, witHaS-Uw Meeasary -

How land, J. AViggtn,, and under tbe firm of and applied for, if snbjct to private entry on the the United States ot America,Volume IX,''comprising A professorship' of mathematics and natural fixmresofas.mpl.te boarding estabCshmaat,

Yonge Vo 1.MeIntuh 0.l CURETON & TITUS. 3d March, 1331 without an affidavit as to whether all the legislation of the Congress, of the philosophy. has been erected and IIZrnIIhed,1* ieb.ich ibm stadenta -
." Jack
I. Wiggins Charles Mead, been so located, said TarranU shall remain In the vo about 1100 pages. Price $3,50, In superior A professorship of chemistry andnatural, history charge of the Principal aad his Assistant; and

Mis* F. Drraer, W. \V. Geigey, Jac Iciionville and Alligator hands of the Land Ofiwra at least forty days. Ifat law binding. S ,, :all its exercises;are conducted oa*-system of IU

Dix, Wm. Barnard, PLANK ROAD. NOTICE; the end of that time there U no interference by This volume is a continuation of the Statutes : A professorship cf civil- engineering, own uninternptedby the interests optratioM

'4 those locations with pre.emptioncIaimz or other at Large iu 8 void ,';'published "by authority of A professorship of modern languages and drawing of the other department. Thefarnitnred .tho _
Mclntosh. L'. Ro4asa, wise, the warrants will be returned to this Office Congress lnl6. -, S 5' '_ Fidy-roems ant dormitories .has-been jaoaea
,* Winter, S. Einstrta.II. THE BOOlvS' SUBSCRIPTION ta the patenting; but if there is such interference, a 'A Complete Synoptical Iiuttx to the United The Collegiate- year u- 5---divided in- to two sessions with peculiarrefereace to comfort and eoaranicaos) S

II. I.. P.Wiolt, Einstein. tock of the JacksonvUle and Alligator new location will be made. KtateiStatuttt, at Large including those of the or terms, of twenty-one weekS ''each' The first for study and no expense has been sparfeTia ft+.
:- Flunk toad Company will be opened at Warrantees can locate their warrants on their 31st Congress, prepared under an order of the session commences on the fourth Wednesday- :viding the apparatas necessary to. render-.ta.
the store ofFtrnande*, Cisbeet Co. in Jack- own pre-emption rights iherethe land was pro Senate and to be pnbhshed agreeably to a resolve October;and the second on the fourth Wednesday means riastruetion,complete;giviagrto Newark
SHIP NEWS. aontilie,and jf. the store os S. Jiillack It Co., claimed andi-offered at pulilia
at Alligator n Saturday, tbe first day of March 135J; and wteu the minimum price of the -:Thi*Index-will refer, uniar copious'titles, to five weeks.TEESHMAX.- folly equal to
FORT OF JACKSONVILLEENTERED next,and will i'bo continccd open until the irhole and is more than one dollar and twenty-five cents each law,and every Joint and Senate and House :cotrr.siokk isriWcTioN. those afforded by mny'ef ew eoeges.Z

stock is takea'. tet acre, can pay iu cash, the differetttte between I resolve,public or private,which has been passed From Its inumtetulago*su tbsulIae. UdenU >
In behalf of, the Commissioners i he; cost of the land and the,aAonnt covered by I or adopted under the Federal Constitution,so that Ciuis.-1.Liry,begun;Xenopboa'Anabasis of.the jAeadcnjy-enjoy many;-adTantagea

)fay J6-Sch. John Snow, Gorlon, N Y. 8. D..FERNANDEZ* the warrant,estimating the warrant at $L23'per Ithe reader mar see at a glance the whole law on ;Algebra,begun; History, begun.II. not generally obtained at institutions of Ihis kind.

17-Sch. .Ann Xufkin. N Jan. 30. 85.-tf Commissioner. acre. Ko pre.eiaptionrights attached to the alternate Livy- .uisbedh1ocicr'i Odissey,begun; Algebra Those who wisl):to pursue some particular branch .,
Lucy ,. Y. I
'iutublisiued CieS Lite / finished; Geometry,begun; History, con
sections reserved to the United States ,mitW ) w tA'tftwol which falls more properly within the eoHegt'eows
17-Sch.: Roanoak, Wood4 K Y. Columbia.County Sheriff' Salr, along the routes Railroads or Canal I- ; (Vir, translated into English by win: tinued.III. S may be.admitted to recite ja any of the College

17-Scb. Smith Scathe, Lauifair, N Where application ia made to this Office by the t Straban.LL.D,Advocate Doctors'Commons Horace, begun; Homer's! Odisscy,'finished; Classes Students aico of peoper ge"aad. dben-

fiaven. rirtne cia writ of ft. fa isnied >from the warrantee to locate the warrant, the applicant I Edited, from the second London Edition?by 1Ion.I .Geometry,five books; History fiiusbod.JD tion, by reeomnMadatioff of the PriaeipaL/.juti
BY Circuit Ci\ urt Columbia county, wherein should'designate- the ,Land District, section of I LuTKzaS.Cn rtxQ,,Lite oae of the Judges,.in IOB Cus&-1. Tacitus; begun' ; The Pro- permission fth&Faealty.ttay i4 >7 tii'oso af
CTXAREU. Joseph B. Wait* i*the Plaintifl, and Wm. CasoaIs country, or particular tract ''on which he wishes I the Court of,Common -Pleas;"now l* tnrer on lethens of jichylus, and Eleetra of Sophocles the College Library 'without-addiUoaat charge.Ada .-

)IIay 15-Sch. Gen. ScotJ, AuU, X. V. the Defcndant\I\ shall expose to sale to the higL the location nuw! -; and whero the tract is *} #)-I Civil and Parliamentary Law in Harvard Unircry Analytical Geonuirj, finished; CalcuLw; Natanl >i ioaaLiO may be bad to the- Lsctareand

15-English brig Independence Cle- cst bidder beforo\tbe Court House door in the 5 d,it would'be well.to designate several other t n. ,JLoyal 8v.- Theology;Evidence if Christianity.II. .Alocsti. of such other'privilege* of Uw College. ai .& ba
id the order in which desired thatta the Jloman Law whose ligic; Mental llifloaophy; The by Ie4eIniCIIItOd.tL"
Nary T irn.of Alligator; in Columbia county;on the they are I Among the.writers on prufitablyunjoyeul
Bay. First Monday of A lay next, tie following propcrtv -, ease toe tract first selected shall have been taken, I works arc best known English 'and American Euripides;Taeius, iouhed'* ; Natural Philosophy; "The charge for Boardmr'washhij, light,
17-Brig Hjlan, French.Frankford. ,to wit Levioc' opon as the property ot said the warrant can be located upon the first of the I layarssnd which-have-exerted tbe>most.influ- Jeehanies begun.' S The &&, with Tuition Engtisli, Latin,apd Gnok.U .

17.-.Sch.' KH>eta. Thompson,lU'x- Defendant,Li iatW!''auld 11. U. :. others which may'Lo vacant without further ,de- I once upon our Jurisprudence,iiZDQxAT.,' "whoso 'III.JVIoral i hilo )pbyjBato's Gorgiasj Hydrostatics seventy dollars for the vSummer-tSeuon, aad
In these eases the affidarit of the applicant, entitled ThtCitULs*in iJfdturat Order Captive of Plaatns;.Mechanics, seij.tnfor.tbn'Wr seiouThean3y S
17- h. Hornet. Dyer Portorico. lay. I work, -
Lot 6 ofSoction S
(1 ] twcnty.ire f2in Pneumatics and Meteorology.
taken before an officer competent to administer ", Judge Story (Pre&ee.to B&11me0L4)t extras are one dollar per.creion'forineidentsl expenses
a ys
19-Sch. COItentjirown, Es ex. Tu.wnhip aix,t6 ouLh of Range flfteen (15 oaths,that he, is the indention mentioned I "considering the and the circnnutance ia -5 SopHonaoE CLASS.-I. Horace,finished;Xeno- ,and a feeX afent dollars for Modern Languages
person age
19--.Sch. Chatles L. Uulse, Overton,. East containing 3 My [SH acres; Also, Lot ia the>warrant,must accompany the application. I 1 which it was written,Is A truly-wonderful perforUaanee. phon'a Memorabilia;"-Geometry, fiaiahed; Rtctoie. -. ,*aud'afee of tM daS rs:M TJrmwini

ffew.York, number ave,[5]of F\ractional\ Section twenty-five, Th same rule must be complied with where application His method ia exeettent, aad lua matter bernn. -'5'5 Item those obe eater 12es'rIaae.. -Tbof issm S
123 containing one hundred and fifty-fire ((1251 IL Cicero de Acu :tia and do Senectute;fore- and.vasstiop. the PS.p.rtOq..DrprtSaLis
letter is &
I-gL. lett br made to the District Land I and compreaensire. -
Z elear.jexact,
Candagi, scTe And Lot uuber three, [8]of Fractional fficers. Whero such application is made by the 1.- The object of th author, ia thu learned' ptoduction 4otu3begua; Piaae Trigonometry;"Spherical- -, thou.1 tlma ( oflm..
Seotj9a twenty.a.cven (27] containing.ghty [SO] those of tbef pruici- ronometm Kb toric. continued. % 'TTKET3LEit3LM45
Attorney, Guardian-Executor & .the evidence io disembarrass ,
,was .
2o-Br; Jcer N.'Py Y Lore.; .&ta.,Lot nnmb'r(Oar, [4] of. FractionalsectIon duly certified,of their authority to act, mast also ple*and provisions of the ganawwbicbzsirsI -S,III. Cicero 4e Officiis; Herodotus,Inlabed; Surveying - 'PrttofID.inwaseCulleg*.

ttrr nty-eeven, fc27J containing eighty[801 accompany the application.' i.,. I of> eaeral intwrest and application,from the Uchnicalrtie ;Analytical- Geometry. I ,J, begua' ; Rhetoric, fW4U, iawars. &pl1dZ'
?mMg.rs per $avaas.ah Stoa.rs.. acres ; A1oLoInumbeteeveut7] of Fractional :- By a clause in 1st Section of the Act making appropriation of the system,and/by presenting them flnished. 'CtJUaL- 'Political- r fbaosopbyj The : -
Section twenty-seven [27j containing one hundred for'the of Lbs iGovernurent.for. natural and seientifio method 10 render them /S00& ;liEADQU&KTER8, SS
f thl i CJMton, May 14HIrs Martin, Mr. and fix f IOC] acres; Abx l': Lot number three, [31in support r I n a attainment more,,ose- Andria of Terrence;The Clouds of Arutopbancs;
the fiscal 80th June 1332. and their Sec ud.DI4Ja1cF.'M.ORDZR .
Uartia JukaonviHes year_ending. ,, afMarch. more inielligibto
J W Pearson Aa L.NeLaeias Electricity Magnetism. .
; Fractional Section thirt v-six 36 Acoustics,Optics; _
[ ] containing tbjwork WMparticulariyintendfldfor 5-
t thouxh. S
prqred 3d Blarca, 1SD1, H is enacted,that BO war fit! nnA .rrEb1 and. _;
A.Hardee R-WGibfcs B of Criticism IJuUers -
E llcrpaS. II. Elements Analogy; .
fifty foO-acres; Abo, E\ot number six, [61 of to the French i S 5'
for 'Land issued under tho.Letof and adapted "
ohs C rant Bounty 1e-
Bok Dewnia Demosthenes de 4rona.Y.ftaie ,. S
ahaiigh.G o8tiiisonGeo Cicero's Tusenlan Questions -
8 BsUusy. taterior.J8 -.. Fractional Section thirty- li t[36] containing fifty J3th Scplcmber, 1850. or by virtue of any other; Jurisprudence of the agt, it Is pot less applicable Electricity ;Galvanism; ElectroJagneUan I. I.ne* liketf us.Cuty.f5Duvatbaviagbeeo

By ib. 8$ ?daLtb.ws, May 1-T B 11iuTVe1'aTtb niu urea; ,Also. Lot numt l fictww thirty-six, rjJS} conUining eighty recognised as a
MeCn which bad not th.vetoforebea brought Into market .lset&hevspar&orIa which
,.. J W Worth aM,G ton W,)ieaoii 1I.i,.N C ,Jack.eivE1i. b1 -; 180J acres; Also, Lot' nnfi>!ber two, 2]in FractionAl and tbe. subject to private entry;,no that BO hody of written ,Teason. Bwada* the--gene mtosrAstronomy lit; .The ConstituUoa,bewaS .- the -United States. S

rMr Urrwaer.G J Araow.T AflOW Win Molaoh Section thirty-six, [13] containing,eighty land can be located under the Bounty Land Law claims which the work thuspoMessMi to the atten-- finish*! XbeScieaca of Heat ThermoEl rank and title or LUuUnanl Colon*!, ho wffltherefor .
Artixmomy, *
.: [80] acres; Also, Lots n mal>rs one,five,and six, Domat bai &peCeliar ; '
< Mrs lioOand ilw F Uroacr. V.J Mela. af 23tb September, 1850,or any'other law graatIng tioo of the American lawyer, etncity CaeaiistryandGeoUgyJTho ,- *Uthe
tomb, Jasllalbert .. [),o,Jc 6]of Fractional Scctt?n twenty-three,[23] Bounty 'Land, execjtt:thsL which.ha4.been interest iii 4hoso of the-- States.- rboso legal : ; "t

By tho Gaatoa. May 19. Mn Jas lUod.; enntainiog together three hot dred and four I'304] proclaimed and afiarea lor*ale. prior to the 3& of Institutions aro derived'la part ft0"16.1 p LOsQPhhlC4LA12AaATvS. *
Kd; WD Esboak JacksontI1I J aeresf Also,Lots numbers oniS, four, ve and six, 185L .> . *>' France or flpaint'and aro,|htt*founded to tho flotMftfl Croiiedit.h: &; iilscat. 5-- S ddtaai GsaevaI, 8. D 1.k5'
Jr7.CfeJ tadJ XSraaeb.A C [1;4,6 fc 6 j in Fractional Section thirteen, [131 S ; J, BTJTTERFJEI ).'Co misrf a r. law. -- 5. *- Apparatus,that furnishes Maple mean*of expert* 5 *3;. .
>IeHrtt. SEtasUia conta1n1ngt.ogethtTfour: aad\*d and three and .TherescHrs hayS iiaizJa belief on tin> partlit menial illustration in all tho different branch** ofatiralbIuby. -

,L lUhcri MeAHistcr Gamble.S C D Uow.e, J E UobIMM. twcaty.fire-buBdrcdths (403 25-i'OO) acres,:all hi the publishers that a modemoddiUop of>thw The sum Of three thousand ; Eastern -Circatt Oomrf. 1 1S
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northward.IT -. ,- Perry, Township six (6) South, and IUinge 'fifteen 15) t IO1LEWARD. celebrated work would* aceeptablo to tb*'profession duHun has recently-been expeaded.partly in this ,S Colombia, Casuity,,?Vlvftda.laCaae. SS
East. Z'JDrenypointedrnt bvl the Plaintiff..., ;and have Jed them to engage in *r pibb.cation couatrTan4 attlyinJxi* sad t.sria,;in thoporoha ;
A. J/T. W4GHT.SberiffJDuuxnbia CIlAN AW/AYfroaj the Suberi1> r, n the *f the EnjlUk.traaslatipn of jt by tDrfiFROMH f new Apparatus.id*pt l.to the prw ry, ,S S

.. Stat MUIZ1&I izu raucCopany Am .. ;: County,rtd' ,,4Xv2oLh' March,Ida negro boy JAKEiwheis 5trban. -., : eat advanced state' of tbe1'bjazaahnieaces.S Daxc-As-V.&isD1zwn.)5 Bt fe- lllysoue.- S
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It of black carries -
"about himself
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yean age -
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above wle |he H the and 11 .is-about ..JUlXSfiTICEVF S
pastponeil nai first Mon- :: _! erect -5 'At'th of'each branch
WEST POITSDAM, NEW VOUK.K. ., dayia'.Tuaesrext. feb.21. < feet W inches ia holrtet.; ,Arewirrd.of'ten dot .XUE 5TATE OFSLO1J1SL&AJ ? clo? Std.yir of study, 'thattbDefendaat Daraa Aa n .
the members of the class are carefully examined, J
: beyond the limits oftha8ts1e of Florida,to wtt
wuHM aidior bti appreliciuiondelivered
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tire in at1ihs-'stadie. of *
anaatthoelow'oT yeer; -
.. Iii the State of OcorgIn? -
thai'I fr -
B. GIBBS, AGENT, nDuICfrnry. l. "rr placedin tuea security U. R.SADLER.may recover zrtxTh..eIri heve'ssm4aed'tbn sheet. of the year,i*tk.promn.eef-sCoiimittse of;th i iTmsteeH'aad matwn ofJsooM.Biar,8Qi 'fPcanipla1it.1i S
fff CHANCERY hrseat th r ttatrmcnts "commuaic- \ .
: are Bafta- _
tie trajwrtattaa- id
LnA'TPo&T: T'VrVDUVAIi:CO* FL.11, };1tibotb:1&n13a3L.:: ., rgPlantAfloSt 7ibng River,;apr5, 1851 li4iAYpi Ii oEdeze4tb.ttks
), tirrHi.I**. -wbIoyoa bMs 3o15 ted to tb Board.of:Trustees.; 4: $t daft appear,ulead.aajwtr or.dumi11SMBill
4TL > Drc .. t$1rll' iU1Jis rea *
; .VCTI0Z 7 within three otb ot .
James _
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JBsH... ) J- .5 7 : -- pcrvloe a the soleacs ot.tsw b Lbs pubties .1
&, Polatlta Steamer.f great hHo of the : Jn additI6"to daily"moruing an4 v ai apray-; ken onfrBed, *
TT uppearfn j' o the Court J by :affidafVU tuade in Savannah fthe Eu&1IIb-edIUOn ;, *> *
er divbtt worship&held twice oa every Soaday..
WMOsjafUr Ut41 wiU apply t fhe Hon. JL 'tWsca** that the DeCrodantJaiics Ball resides :4 f tnmdat waftotflargot.aiBe wicnl.
MIX and the recitation aMoaday.saorBiiiei always ;
-. df, f PcebaU of Nassan ootuity forkdisgissirra out af th$ Stai* of Floridvaod ii iths State L__: LTh lathe GvoohraitbAhersuse& *C kis, Fth- ; [

4 AtoiftUtfatorofctho staU f Jlary af.Georia. Tv :\ lNr -: 'and Superior Fist&pej iswrniUed to',atZanyilaa&ot4eep 3

ser, 4e M daa4 also ,pr went my acconnu Jig QtdertaXb\ haarioc ofthe'factscharted -f** tW' ,''k.S ; w1dmaeit ..th.nh32t S
M vbars.m id 44.'k'tor, 41& persons in'said Bill of CotapUiatba hi od.at thezpiratioa rHwIH 3 price.UiInkThefcranMaU tannot, Ci S SfHS or guardlaa may selects Qs member ofcFaoalywJllaUeTid IS S S 5' 5 S5S4 S.
% -. $ illP44hjsJaaI&hatstat of three months trota tbo Vial lo'of this &L.e.
sdiit-oUfled.i aadi
t .bf the
order. TtHnme SfciV $ vadsht Itjuin this s1swreetjbut1U be IIIIPTO'd an4ert1rogeohIoncfheedAtOtJul ; different
JAO'JB DI1AdmE; Q.PeviSdjTbta copy ct thi\\ be iTps, .1
iwWished in rome Mwipaper printed I he town Thursday. ae Tth just ,and win 1eayPs1atka iisb1nt. -
/ .. : -uiiJaekiouifl for the space oLthree oofatht bo- on 8 tard y,pad Jacksonville on 8at c4y S i.svAifir & ,lntIGft-"Ot the..iuptventJhkE and$Methodist,) therIUa( Id4*fl5 l H
: .aua pazj0 f thtiureactfortbeheavinofth1s iso., fag IbercaOer,cootfmting to leave laryv} TwOst- 1aat*, 5' ** .

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. 2,060-.-- 'pound= 6-inch\y?!'f..o' epliaifpf pound : :-i d zjr- ;bracs. c1b1 tttf(; ( h'1'Jt,--.7 :fl Kia iirotr.SSfr'Tii-JawieiiV; 4? ?. "'SB 'h'* "tf.t'i.1H'r.i.i.i.i'y, j \":
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cdb" : nails do 600 bath ..bricks' : V. ,pet plicftV d' :'d o. JlVau-' _
: 1,000 -perinl'do"2-inchNo ir : 4 doz carpenters'.tdof compassesi40it40Z V '_.*,5ld,! 0.-:"; :do/fdb" 'I1'irT.. 4.4 I
: gross! < ;' p screws: per : balances* :> '5 o/a tI 1ncb"ana\- ,t2 reams es! t 1ut 1PF'1 i .- .A :ft"1.'t
do-pr--p'ttt 1"stt'tl.
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; gross < > 1, "t'f ClO' l t..ifi1
i : p. j allperV Jd< Jp!.d ir ,'V '-t;: VV'V: :. "a', dhd:9 :V ope pap ri" 0
1O'ros3 li-4-inch, No.-12 ironecrew? ., 1..M"sm.itba "t : 1a *
V. \ best qijiVsteel!ejI4 .pj gross i
v chisels' assorted : 1 2dozen gross
.' 10:do firmer ( ; c9pper4ea. 'I.
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t gross x -L ;, -' < !,2 Jje t!4.u lit >cJr% *_ -ffIq
V V V 'arid handled-,1 fromJ, lample prdoz gross
: .kettlesf r
incK 1 f Iron "
. ofcnpair.2Ji4; by .. V V ; inch to three inches>3o 'do't ; .2'd irbaSe'kettles' C- o' V "dI -- :Jead: :pettci1s'Jabe' Vr i j" Iii
V butt dozen r ; a:
btn a'rs.
. V,:. V 2 dozen pa.ir es:;per WVLIUCh iron till}l.J.J locks, do silver V .calls '." V :' .foi M; T.J 1O ::3 do"irpn''$t w.pans"(assdrjf. ', '. ,V .:graduat&Z,;<;. ,'Nl.1 .in' .-. ,do., ; :
doz inch VV V, edsizes dQ l do .i1dozCarxii1gtou: .pa nrr g 1et8t f*tbt\fiI'
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A-4petAozeD V V1.dozen6.hch 6 do fcrass eocks- V ) .. do $
.* '':"" inch 1'doz' V 1' do ,do 0s. V. : :per ; .o. Ji".v
hOflVEIOSCt locks t&.rgi 2. doz 7-8 V do'ironpotsi.i.ti c .> : ''dc :
ud left dozen ; V '.9li 5nrh-"l.. .., ." 5-8. .inch dd> .00 1 do'diaphrazm filters, qtz-, ,.: 3.Hozb'6zdod, .sand,00 boxes"__ '. .,< ; : ; Y-i'
;, 6 ) per V 'V : --- V ;. V
V .w2vdez.singleux
1 V uers arid V : inches'diameter i 'do do 2 doz double lop slates:: : ; .
irorf : dieS J f1guresV :
; \l doten assorted pad locbkt.s -6,sets : 1.:1.1
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', "lb i h 4ope.sett. CwsNo4Leddnc1Tn: : : JJVtt :
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V \' diflerrpedozen. : Kales. ; < .
V doz Gunter's w'S'Joz"ivory .
prdoz:: : 'j f :
: -'"::: CwwTW..! 5-.fcad fl4.'J'jflV: :" :id cooper'Gcompses. V : V 'i 500,Ibs she t iead';:3l- s-10'tppt.per 1 lbl.000"do ; poicObo.es'fihle&:, ; i,.. V !: '' _. '
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i A' ." V .2 rolls milled! lead, 8 pounds to the foot. .30 Jbs fine emery do V V lo o: o cIn"4 "jo:;'] \\p'_ :do \vithpounce'' V .-' .. "do' : :'

',b t. J1say" 1,900 pounds, per pound .::10.4 doi do coarse 8-inc flat bastarJ V": "file V $,dope, V o25Vd V 3,500 do 'do ::5. 'do' VVV'V ."do 12 V. "IbsVsi quality redafe: s; ,' -per l 1l! V ; : 'Hf4'Marines W ;laaqta*,
'I .. \ 2 rolls,milled lead, 5 pounds the foot *do' do do do 4,000d&' dOi; 6. 't:, ;W"v"v do" 4'doz'casesrnatfieroaticaUn-. V ,t : 4M W

i( "'"?.,_ -say 1,000 pounds perVpoulldt 3do 14 10 do do :add: odo ,4.O0O'do, do' "', 7.. *' do; :it.. ;; ...do4OOOldo' r.: "stsuments :/.:"" ,. ,) grease.1'ddz : : 1Jm..

:t '2-,OOO V pounds English or East India tin,j>er 2 do 8 do 1.2 round do do' do do'> ::8 ;' do -. 1; V do : erasing knives"' : .r--> .:prdoz i : with tWf' '

fi V .' pound I If 6 do 11' do do 'do 'do5do "IPO' feet dra\Vrreaapipe'lincb? ( V '2,doz acc't'booksi (unbound ', do: I : & .'

!p V :f*2 boxes double.x. tin, 13'1-2b17.in. S' do fine flat do do do dra.wo'l diameter : V:V 'ZOO9Vslate pencils'V.. V .p 1\1. ; ; kra11d.IIsi.t.

,4 -- ches per box 3 do 10 do to do doC 150do 1.d'pipe(1)iinch Cti'ssNo,<16-Brass:. .. '"' ? : ; require*tht errk i

1 V 5,.boxes,single. .x tin per borr. V ; do 11 do .do do do ISO.do drawn lead pipe diameter.,1.2: '*J> .do l..sheet No. 10'brass, say'SO:'!lbj'perpdanil: { ". z": .7..r rj
; .to the
.f. ,. CLASS No. 6-Slup Chandlery.jl do do'dd doC .. do. : j ptopct jctlte
2 do 12 V v"T Inch diameter' do 4 ,dodo 12 do 'iJBO.'do : 1i :
best oakum lb.it V- do 8 do 1-2rounfllii" : do, doG 2 'dodo' 15 do'' 60' do do ; -V;,_-
pounds per lbs best blanco blocktin' .
2,000 ; : : ,
r V V 1 0 barrels pitch .per bar. do 10 do do''do.: (leV' .do 1,000 do sheet zintvthicknefis'bf.V 2 do 'do 19 .do 50 :da: do : by tae amotat

c ,.5 do tar do V G dd 11 (10 do' do do' ;do '"do' f do V do 22 ,do 20" do doc : *required.$
sample! .
.sol Jer grained 3 doI2 do do do .do" 'doJ2 V,, r -- _J ; ure' tJoi.1tmut
4 !oo pounds spelter (Pg ) per 300 do do' V do ? '
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nail assorted d do : i. .'tI .t
do gimie _
..--l- pound / V boxesJC tin' 'perbox: 340 pounds : .
'r, : 60 pounds refined borax V per pound? 4 do firmer gouges; handled, ilo 'do- V 10 do' XXX tin : do CLASS- o..17.-WOOd., ,' V : .'_ ; 'L J _-"

cj -- CLASS No '7-Pamls, ye.... 5 do socket-1--4't02 otges inch handled' VV t CLASS No. 5cooaitionVse6Jing. ? Nails., 100 cords red oak_ :clear (rotten' V .': f. ..
1,000 pounds pure \vTiitc lead in oil per lb. 1-2to'2inch do do 150 lbs 3-4-inch composition' : VV wood and fungus, with barkon, prcoru .&.: ; g b"

1,000 :; do 'do red lead,dry do dodo lb -- at the "Cour>hoaj. .
do sheathing Iails'per "
1 1 carpenters guages '.. 1
; ""..100'd,: do' Spanish whiting, do do 1 do sadler's hammers do, V. do 3,000 do I.incb "compositipn 'V NAVY YARD, PENSACOLA.CLASS .-, :': 'ntIes -&.
!! 't .400 do do Spanish brown, do do 4 do claw hammers, handled do'. do sheathing nails No.I-llarqteare. .

V I 300 dodo lampblack, do do 2 do hatchets do' do do 8,000 do 11-4-inch composition 50 patent composition brushes,-from, .aiJattend;-ftb

'100. do do litharge do do 500 sheet born: largest size do pr sheet he,tbing.nails' do .1 to 1 3-8 inch pin-hole each : thtf United' ,States' tot

. ; .V 120gallons do linseed. oil, raw per gal. 20 dozen brass screw hooks do pr doz 3,000! do 1 3-8-inch cbmpbsition VV 12' 3:4-inch brass cocks do ;' : Horses Joct::ot othtf

: .10 do 'best copal garnish do 20 do 'do clothes do do '.do sheathing nails' do '. 12 1"do do do : : troops in Mid jcrrico,

V 100 do 'winter-strained sperm oil inch brass but > 12 oil cans, tin, (to hod! 3 galls), V do : of disabled soldfef! fel
300 4 6-Glass. '
pairs CLASS No. '
. ? V per gallon with shifting 24 carpenter's hatchets ,4'. ,,do ; : t sd soidTers.l
'* hinges V 100 feet best double thick glass needles dozen l
do 100 pairs ,3 dozen roping per to officers a&4 ibf-

L1i. V NAVY YARD, GOSPORT, VA. pins inch brass butt pr V 14 by 18 per foot' 25 lbs 1-8-inch iron wire per Ib j I i T1s!of deceased Of-
325 3 1-2
,I pairs 'do best double thick glass V .
1 500 6 monkey wrenches' eachCLASS "r" *, .
Cuss No. 1 Iron to be of the lest <
: qualUg. hinge?, .with shifting 'V 16' do !
16 by !
: American manufacture. pins .do do : No, 2-S Chandlery. ; : D,ia'cOne4&i4,

. i V '600 Ibs. 1-4-inch square iron pr lb. 320 do 3 inch brass butt V CLASS No. 7-Flax Canvas. 100 paintbrushes,,assorted sizes each ; rdl,.'and ascmafnhig

''I 1,000 do 5-16'do do do hinges, with shifting 100 bolts No., i flax' canvas' 50 scrubbing brushes do ; -' *'-* 'i-\

3,000 do 3-8 do do do V pins' do do V pr sample pr bolt 24 short.handled tar brushes. do i :! him win ;mef\ith|

il;iJ 500 do 2 do do do 25 do desk hinges, 1 1-2 inch 200 do,No. 2 flax canvas 'do do 12 log slates -. do !fr m t$- {writing

1,000; do 2 1-4 do. do don long, 2 1-2 in. wide, to 225- do 3 do do do 10 bbls.coal, tar per r.bl. ) neatness", and'Jctf -

1,000 do 2 1-2 do do dot. open 2 1-2 inches do-pr pair 125 do 6 do do 'do 25 do raw tar ,, :.. -'. do : ; .. ,*' '
800do 2 3.4 do. : do do do doz 100 'do 7 do do do V > '.f
1 dozen putty pr 25 do pitch -. ,, 'do :. _
5OOdo 4 do do doa 2 do' shoemaker's do do do 100 do 8 dodo' do 7 -. ''.m

11OO3doV 1.4 do round iron V do 1 do long butcher's knives do do (Each boll to contain 40 yards i i4, length. CLASS No 3-Cvtton Canvas. -
:: 1,000 do 3-8 do V dOV to 3 do do sail do do do and to be 20 inches wide.) 25 bolts No. 2 cotton' canvas." ,per boll :.< ;"_

'f! V 2,000 do 1-2 do do\ do 1 do butcher's cleavers do do. 20 bolts light raven's. ,. duck. per" sample 20 do No.4.do.. . do 1..1\1".". .

"t .I 1,500 do 9.16 do do V do 1 do pitch kettles do- do. per DOlt V 25 do do' 4'V. do V r do ,,lMd, .Florida.. .
i1,000 do 3.4 do do do 8 do fishing lines assorted CLASS No. 8-Cotton Canvas.-' 20 do. do .5 do" :' do "

' 35,000 cIo 13.16 do do do cod 20 do doG do \, *: .' do : .
.i some 150 bolls No. 4 cotton canvas pr sam. pr bolt do7 do f''i C. .iiii l
do 1.l6do do
31000 J do do 2 turning.latbe complete with 20 d9 ,-- >-
2,000 do I 1.4 do do do tools do piece .75 do 5 do do do 20 do do 10 do. V do ': ; ," .r-

-1,000 do 3 do do do 4 dozen log lines do Jlr'pr doz 50 do 6 contain do do in do Each bolt to be fifty yards in length and :; : E&jfy fcI.
(Each bolt to 50 yards length, -
do 3 1-4 do do inches wide.
JOOO' do 2 do do do twenty
pitch I ill'O'BBlE
mops inches '
800 do-I by 5-16 do flat iron do 2 do iron closet lock, 6 and to ue hammock 20 wide.) 50" pounds flax twine per lb { ,at Newnan/vifle.. .
150 canvas sample pen
'f I 400 do 1 by 3-S do do do per 50 do cotton twine do '
. inches long, 4 in. 1 Volt ., ,'
: V 200 do I 1.4 by 5-16 do do do wide .CLASS No.: i Painls. I 3T'C.. 3'' ; ;
V Each bolt to contain 50 in j
( yards length,
J.'I. i" 1,000 doi1-4by3-8' do do do 30 do iron padlocks I Ii and be 42 inches wide.) 1,000lbs pure white lead in'oil par Ib mm d tt oa fur,single
.. 500 do 11.2by 1-4 do do do do iron closet locb 4 1 -fbtmd' 3IrFu
f ,. } -0 50 bolts bag canvas per sample per bolt 100 do chromegreenldry) do >
do 11.2 5-S do do do '
1,000 inches long, 2 1-2. do hotel, (which has
.1 c (50 yards each 43 inches wide.) 200 do Spanish whiting. :
500 dol l-2by5-16 do do dodo
inches\Vide J i3 50 do lampblack: "" do ; .renovated,)
No Flax and Cotton Twine. oppo-
OO do 1 '3.4 bi 3.S do do' 50 do iron drawer locks ..
< fcay streetJacksun-:
t. 500 do 1 3-4 byl -4 dl do do flax twine CLASS No'5-Zine.: V
V 2 34.inches. long, J V 300 pounds sewing perlb : V OcU2l-3ai
Ii. 300 do 2 by 1.4 do do dodo 21-4 11\. \\"Ide do do 600 do cotton do do I hnn' pounds 32 oz.sheet zinc perpound ', '" '' .r.

!J 300 d02 by 7-S do do 200 do do twine do
800 seaming needles do per 100 whipping CLASSNo.,6 Copper. '.' '
" cI02 do do dodo ., ,, .'.(
1,200 byl neeJes do paper 20u do flax seine twine : '
J do2 1.5 do do 1 00 papers sewing pr 2 hun' sheets 18 oz.-'sheathirig copper : flagtrett,
1,500 byl.2
; 500 lbs. 30J. iron cut nailsper lb CA5SN'0 10-Ship Cltandlciy.., :say.1,050 pounds per pound ; (GA. -
..if" 900 do 2 1.4 by 5-S do do dodo cI.j 201. do do do : V .
f 500 do 2 1.2 by 1-4 cIo do 1,000 d" 10.1. do do V co 100 barrels bright tar per bbl 1 bun' do 22 oz sheathing coppper xM -. "' .
3,000 do black do fay 624 pounds do ''
( 50 tar
do. do
do J1ir
: V 11000do21-2by3-8 IQPO do2 1.2byI.2 do do do 2,600 do 6J. do do do "100 do pitch do I bun' do 24 oz. sheathing copper .. .J
300do 41. do do do
I' V 700 cI02 1.2 by 7-8 do do do 500 do 20J. wrought do do 30 do soft turpentine, virg. dip do. say 7 bun' pounds per pound :lanJ.he4. W'V 'I,
3,000 do2 ).2 by 1 do do do 200 do 101. do do do 2,500 lh<3 best tallow, in bbls 'per Ib 1 bun'do 28 oz. sheathing copper do c"V: 7" .' 0
d021-2 400 Ibs best beeswax do say 817 pounds, ; -
1,000 by 11.4 do do do do TeSaD'J .
300 do 6J. do do Kaigc f
1; .1,500. do 3 by 1.2 do do do 200 do 20J. copJ'Cr cut d cIo 1,500 Ibs spun cotton do 2 buoY do sheathing copper'si'y1,751 do patterns.for lam ilie,,
1 500do3 200 Ibs for twine do pounds !
by J 1.4 do do dodo 500 do' 1211. do do do composition oTeSfeto parlor
F 600 do 3 1-4 by 3-8 do do do lod. do do do 20 bundles coopers flags, 5 lbs each do 5 bun1 pounds brazier's copper 60 lbs ;; ,Rpe and every de

,1. 1,000 do3 1.2 by 1.2 do do do 500 300 do' 8J. do do do 20 banks cod line, fine V pr piece V to the sheet. dq; ; ork.'mada*t &.

V.' V 200: d04 by1 1-8 do do dodo 300 do 6J. do do V do 20 hanks cod line, stout do 5 hun' do 11-8 inch bolt copper do -Gaivaniadlmnge.Fampe LeadlFiiie;
7 50.bbls rosin bbl 3 hnn do 13.I6do do doShun'1 |
1,000do4 do do'
V by2 400 do 8J. do do of stout t per 1:3-8: Ware can be supplied
V 500 do4 1.2by3-8 do do do wire for do 10 bbls coal tar do do do do. do bzyhtNewTork: ; or
V 5 hua1 do 7 do composition ,South Carolina-
500 do" 1.2 by 5-8 do do do
, do 200 do 6.1. do do boats CLASS No., 11-Pai'nts and Oils. V V spikes do .. ":.. :"
500do41-2byl dodo
I V i,000do 4 J-2 by J'I-4 do do .' 10 1\1 3-4 inch clout do rr M 30,000 lbs pure dry white l 'lead per-lb 3 bun1 do 11.8.do composition : ''If-.'J. *
V 25do1 do do do
, .300 cIo 41-2 by 1 3.4 do do do ISdoll-4dci do do ..200 do do 1tharge do V sheathing nails dq \ t ''. ..,. ,_-,. .
V '.000'd04'1-2by"2 do do do 3,000: do do red lead do 1 bun1 do I 1-4 do do do .T LPJ..1.Fl

1,200'do 4'1.2 by 2 1-2 do do do 3 doz roping palms, 1,000 lbs best red ochre V do 2 hun' do 23gdo do do .

. V '. 400 cI05 by 3,8 do do do mounted pr sample prdoz 700 do do yellow ochre do fifty do 2 1.-I do do do : "-respectfully' i Inform

' 1200do5 byl do do dodo 3 do seaming palms, 500. do do Yenitian red cIo fifty do composition rivets, 3 1-2 ; and itaykinity
mounted do. do
OOO do5 do V 'V > 5 do do Chinese verUlillion dQ Inches long, 1-4 in.diam'r do ; fonnerlyVoecspieJ
V : byll.4do 3 do sail prickers do do doV office,,'where;he in.
300 do chrome
'V 1,000 do 5 J.2 by 7-8 do do dodo Ido pliers do do green do CLASS No.:I-"Iron. j : !: ve boiinesii. in.which
I 2,000 do 5 1:2 bv J do do '2.500 lampblack in pap's do 'a share of the public
inch round iron
,t. V 1 do smoothing planes do do ; do do 5 pounds 1 1-2 ',
5000' Spanish do
whiting' ennstantrrr-ott hand a
.300 do5 1.2.b 1'1-8 do do db .
1 do grooving do do do 2 hun' do 1.1.3 do do. doIV
do Freach
50 do chrome 'ellow do JjroadQoth*.
R V '
... '1,000. cIo 5 1.2 by U-4 do do do 1 do jack do V do do V 100 do' do Turkisb umber do thons' dO' .1).8 1 do V do'tlo.. J: :;_&. which

:V: 'DO'd06 LY'I-2 do do do 1 do cooper's short jointed l'thous'.do ,1 .do ,do' do .. the mn. 'rea.couabl.
15 do
rotten stone do '
;.. 500'd06 do .
by1'J.2do do planes do do 1 thous' do 7.8 do' do do, JOUN'-HENRY.
10 do I lead dt V
do'sugar of ( V
); VVLr5OOdO7V by.1 do do do tf
I' t .; cI07' 1.2 do do 2 reams sand paper per ream 5 do do terra di siennt: 'do 'jtbous': do 5-8 do do,: do .

;VVVVV2)V000 by do 15 doz brass flush rings do' ;per doz 4,500 gallons pure flaxsced.pjf,raw per gal 5 hl1n' ,.do' 12 do do do -.
V :
4 do sail rubbers do do 15 '" .. 1 hun'do 1-4 do do do V
. dodosweetOlt; -- dp R'CQ1TOSGISS.
t p' "- 4,900 pounds do 3 do 2-feet folding rules do V do 200 do do'far oil '* do fifty 'do 3.16 'do' do, do / ,. .
2,000 4-4-incb plate iron, 6 feet I IJI 2.do sounding rods do 5.bun' dO 4.by 1-2 inch Bat iron
300 do do fish oil -
i'o leave to inform the
long, 30 inches wide do : '
V 25 lbs iron 'tinned 5 hun' do 3'1.2 do' do
rivets V
V byl.2
500 do do of : Cotton and the
1 i 20 sheets No 15 'iron lbs splrjts turpenre do I pub-
1,000 Ib "
say pr 11 4 inch lb 5 do do
V V long per 5 do do spirits'of ,wine do hu.n' 2.1-2 by3.S'do' wit his donblc and
I .
V 20 do No. 17, do:"say 625 lbs do V 1 doz steelyards per doz 5 bun' do 2 ""bY:1410: do. ., '->,
do marine i
r All the,iron must be of jibe best ,100, do lacker ? do I : ,
. quality, 40 do steel scrapers, iron bun' do 11.2by7-Sdo ,do' COTJON jGrxs.
.. American, to be made from charcoal bloom. handles V do 'do CLASS No. 12-Sperm .Oilaiul J'Candle 5.bun' do .11.-2 b1-2 do do' 1 \ they are best
V 2,200 pounds hoop iron,' 1 1.2 byl-lOinch V r ber flatters-himself
V 2 do Gunter's scales do do
t 3 thous gallons 'best w nter ttained '
: sperm has the
.. pound :
.1'1 t : V ? per V 2 do hand saws do do I oil ? /'" ',. per gallon 8,659 'do per }JOnnJ their support.

: VV .500. pounds b'oop.ron, ,lby 1 1-16 inch 1 do wood do, framed .do, V do 6 thus Ibs best ppsrm candles, 6 Ihe'pound, 1.thom'do' 1-2 inch spike rod jron-' per lb: made the best ma-

V I,".V V V. : r per pound V 2 do campass saws 'do do '. per pound 5'buif- do' 2by'1-8inch hoop iron-do : ;
To.be'raU of .
the above dimensions
I and '1 do keyhole and padsawsdo do ,. Stearine candles! will no 'bc accepted in 1 hun' dararbu.rivets. 3.8 incheslong J BRrSftEff-r"
less 22 feet
1'l1ot than long.) ; repaired at the lowest
2dObackV do do' do2dopokeshaves lieu of spetm. T t. 1-8 inch diameter : do '

. V 'CLASS No 2 Copper. do V do '- "u t\er.' 1 hun do iron rivettt,'3-8 inches, 1. .
CLASsNofj3- V !
{ ,. ; -V- ., O Ibs -16-inch bolt copper per lb I do bucket. do do do 200 sides.', best. lIos'.leather' V 'Ibnj,:.S-ie in.d aDeter; do Centrovillage,Ca.
quality thin
V 1f I5OOO'do'J3-16 do dodo 1 do in do do' do CLASS No. SrWood V "e. *

l'1 .' :' 1,500-do 15-16 do V 30 'M 1 12VIflCh .iron cut 'j ". for sailmaker'g use, say".1,200 ;Ibs i ,C*.

.1 '. .* .V 2,000 do 1.5-16 do sprigs M -4'per.8ampe! ;. '-t peril) J1 hun\cords oak.wop J f per cord. : ; S.C._ ? 0
do per
', 'f
t u 100 hides best quality.rigging l ath 1 hun' do.Jpine wood do tfc >E.Fr
I. 2,500 :do l.T-16 do V do 1 doz band shears do per doz r'say2,0O0 ; : ; : Black Creek,F F.
i; J' V.- .-" I'.lOff fcbeets>20 sheathing copper V 2 do sail stabbers do do "Jb't.,; do :.X Where,the article'ot;Lead f"faints.occur : ive ':1"

4, .ti 'V J ."-- say 600 Ibs dodo 50 pounds brass soli er per Ib 20( sid' s best quality tally.lEathcr' pr side ltt scyeralnayy J yardaj offers:: will be:'.received 1t Fort, va.
i' V 24 do'f' dp .bridle do do and.,considered for th .
li :* 500 do 24 oz. 6beatbing.copper; 'I doz breast'stocks per doz sup ly of an ;Ga4.i .

j c:; :."*' 1 ';.; say 3,500 lbs 12 gross. 2-inch iron screws,. .' 24 do :'Cl i""< ''bara" e8sd" '' do' V equal quantitypf, ZineTaint; ,"t\if\ : bureau-- ; [ ; C.

V : "ioo' 'do 60 oz. sheathing 'copper. V Nos. 12,14,15, 16, .30 buckskins .Vr: <:per kiii reservinz: the'right to selectfeithef,: kind, ,as : ; fuIan\"jll"U' i E.F."16'
VV '' dmwnVwire' 50 sheepskins, i\\\ wool V do it! shall deem most advantageousforthe pub*
:. : .- ray 1TSOlbs dodo .J prgrosi j. E.F' .
V !"
.. ') **jb*: -(All to be hot rolled.) 10.,do 3-inch brass screws; 128 feit suction hose, per sample pr foot Jic service.: V ; Sprisgi,E.''

...;. .:: 10 sheets.. braziers' copper, each 30 V ,! ..:-a,, =' 3-8 inch'wide!," V do .700' .feet l leadinghose 'dp -*:..-f .do *. l\IaYJt-151 \v4t.: V : 'c' : |;,.Ffrjy and Tridjri. .

: ;; V 'j, lbe-30b7 60 inches, ,4do, 2 1.2 brass screws. No. 17 .do2qdol1.2'dov ', CLAIS 14DryG.' : LSome _- '----.v ., r -
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t ; .. ootbst"I do "V : ,
1..Jt' .'. 'J ; Nos:111V'V 100 baize "Y bid bacbelor'thiia describesJUUIUKIUnial '
./ 'IS V' do -brazie '-' ;; :" : :: yards green 't' Ipr yard, : t ; -f
copper 35 .
,. each .jr' <*- ,; 12fM.; v'do: 100 yards fearnought VV V travelling i' "If 'votj see a, g tlemanndalady'inthesamg
t V t f V Ibs 30 by 60 foches/say" ; 20 do f.. .r do doN' s":. '50vds bIackcotLonvelvet'psampie'! & do dp ; coach in' profousdsflencithe"one'ldokng V _.
; '
i nI' 5251bs -V ; -V 8,9,10 .
: ? do : "; pr sample do .20 db a ;; out one.side i and > .*
eri spools
V ; cottoh'Np20 at
; ijif 20. do braziers' V; do'pr. : 1 TEsiaiof:.
copper, each:40, 8'd(1-2.incb brass ] he ;
rews1' blher.the"bther-side'neverTimagiheJbe/ :
.t' ,'50 pounds shbelibread: ,. 'doiw Ib : r" r uired t 0
V < "p'e.tJ ,
:1"-" Ibs 30 ,
by 60 inches Nos. 4
-. .. ..fey say 5,6,7 dp. I'piecfr black.haircloth, ; 24 ins. mean any''harm ;to one"anolhej they. are i Ul,vnderaignfd end
j 1Irw ,: v---..J-;.. <0fli Ibs. ., V 'dodo .1 doz me 8 'ringtave stout' ,' :wide 20yards' do .i already- honestly married.J; '*, .. '*.* -T' : ,- ; estate,*

V"." :r'O'" 'dobraziers' copper; each 60 VV V v linen: > ;\ ,,*, ,. ,pr'doz ? ,1 ,pljcIbiaekhaircloflrj23"jns.( pr piece Carrying politenessVo excess 'said to be \ .propery' attested
V !
..>-..,n! ,.', ." Ibs. 30 by60dncbes say 300 iron welded' .thimble?;assorted!"pr !OO '''Wide. Oyardsv .r. .;dot.' 'itr.. :'dov:: raising your bat"to bpw/tp/ ''a i-younglady.'in; ; : ) : b{ law. \ ', tor.

,t ." -: ; ;;; ,1,200 Ibs 100* All 6.oz pump tacks 'pe M lOOrolUwprsteibindinjr,4 ., ... 'dpi : :;do' I the streetVa dVaIlowThkcoupte pf:dirty : ., _. _p tt.
10 do, braziers 20 do 5.8 Inch cut do V dodo collars and : } .
copper .
; ; cpper.-each' 70 V 75 ponnds'thrumbsfin.eci longdo per Hti' apaircfsoeks l to'. fall out upoa, .1 y. ; -
'Ibs,:30 by 60 inches V 'do"3.4( do' do' . |he: sidewalk.- : ""- I ".'NQtt .
1 t)1vI of say 40do,7-8'' do > "' i 'Cjisi No I5thi14oz .r ;,. ._ c.- : _.: ;: 1
t" V doVd6V : ;
,.. V 700 Ibs '.' V dodo /do* : tioJ1iry. > : > 3oll frescitnyM
; :
; .., ': ;:r.O.' i'c10" braziers' copper, ea b,80' '. ,. ,50 do 1. do JO' d do'do .met(books, leatKefbacks'! f.*? -r4SOU2QbOV. St t alin.--Wh'O oni'gpii-' ) $: hUonudge .*

I 2b. 30 by 60 inches say; 70'do 16.oz.' ,iron ....Go 'do, '. *:'ofi: ,'-*fr" : /ft pr saranle/n doz j !ly B9ttoioi l ont.b h hii fingers a few venr I for* inal-tettlemeatr

., V V ,6Odo14 doVVdOdoV 'do35'do ;1 dot 3.qlu receipt books : Jogs aiiiog-overhearcl ? .., : estate. of. John HUdl?
f '** V -Owv D0 ; VV .. ..';1'It' # ago, ( -'Vi con.yeratioa ;:I r 1f"Dt
, ) vtS j-4325.pounds in all of the braziers' )2.: ,: do: do do. V full bound : -. .do- *I.uw-, betweeobinTvattdDheeiIck3:. ; about i.' ; JONES.

1 -4.i OPPI 1f per poundJ V IV1Vdoz- [large: ] bench vicessay' : .;.ilrdozqarre" blankjbboks. .:' '. the loss VV "''\I'" .*.. ,..' ::'' _'' J i -. i'ml"/1tor.

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ccart.' V -1 do vices v\ V per do% ? "4oz lquire.blank.booksV l ,* / :, '' saul DII..I.: -T.iV"r i
; 't4t .l.s42 doz woofiLx VV V .t ; V ,ilk ; :, aslt: .: ;
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, M Yo"'' .7 do o.w' do, V .d' do "V .6.,eUziac we ghls'Trohi'loz '. VV 2 reanw'weeklyreturns,' ; "-rdo/-da been whereminewas"That : I '. { { N "
clamp bribe1
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tr d"rJ :6.aetEVIronveigbtfriEirJb! 'S. V. : ,*lailyPei4itqres "V"do. 'do. -9V1lef!; loJmn..st ,
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v75 erbjtt)lamp.wick, wove : rOss : pieces'af'J' d : :"perJb ; : tt"oOiai Irea
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