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 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 29, 1851
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
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
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oclc - 02707282
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System ID: UF00079922:00083
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NAVAL SUPPLIES FOR 1851-59;. n "flat "' ,- .1. '.
Jihbns; >s4"bytocb -
iron 10 blank : .
book*,2 quires each f-
NAVY DEPARTMENT 1 thous' ;Iba 81 by loch do to: :'do .Squires per. .sample .I :D8;< "-: ". l' J_ ; nun'd'; '- ) tw' coils >"' :
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Z thou lbs Sj by/inch. "clo.do. : 9- 'f' tsix ,di'a: per '" signal halliards, assort'j f
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: 2 order books a" .
4 quire-K do do .n' io .. trwcehbav :do- .ted.say Sthoospounda 'perpoood -
lIt1tW1a if C--ltnIdiO Equipment; 133,000 Fr letter books 4 quires j 'U'TFTi.trto.do : ;::1w ;' .do, e.hy. 'do 'itch't. fifty tuh hooks,huge eyes
.' and Repair May 9th 1851. Ibsj-pcrlb' t day boob' ,6quires do'2'reqalsitlon'do"4qlliru' ;':1 I d. ,do tea dos C 8 IhoTe1 best qcality do per dOle -' oh.1IDd.o ,"' peri.

PROPOSALS endorsed"Proposals 'CLASS No. 2-Copper. ,I 'do _. do- .1!&lid' 'do ,; Jc do do: twenty cork jacket lit. preserver' *' ,..
SEALED* Suppliea" [namin|; the..das, &ndjszdtor 7thous- ; 20 piece*India''rubber' :.do.w-:per pise* pllbI'f.r Aa'tm-1 en'br squares. do, .eac1 a three. deep, see.Ones..'li-Iaeh;"treo t'< 'if.t
mad will be received Ib*. copper -. 60 half pint bottles black ink w cOb' twelve bread : .
which the DIrer iI ,] 1Ine1iboli do' per bottlo t c I.ve do hundred fathonu each.; .da
St Lhlt Bureaa unW three o'clock p:IJ'of the 6th 14 thons IbI' do. 10 half pint bottles red. ink, ; do' ;'''do,.' ':'=Wb U (4 bb)' j: twelvel do... do 'do Itx : ,do.f b' 1-Ia 2 bind 40:4o: ..,:

JuDe iI, for tIu11iah1Dg aDd delivering, under fithons Ibs 1 inch do, inkstands do'each\, C p ,:'d.: twelve butchers'steeli, do .do twelve do 14-tn 2 bond do'dG'
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wntract at the respective Nary Yards hereinaf-- 6thons thous lbs 15-16 inch do link standish' ',de ,f : dodo : do,, 2 han'd lbs. best e a.1" 'd da> per lb' five coasting 1iDes -i 120 do v. '. -
ternamedMhe several articles specified in this Ibs If inch do penknives,. -- tq :. 1'310flbracuandblt -V8lb1ta' 2hun'd -do do 'do do eightdo I-ia I bend do>"- 'do
advertisement. One-fourth part of aQ the articles Gthou' lbs I| inch:; do 5 reams log paper 'do 'per S piseet blndl.qg for). ? do- 2 han'd do bllanter "" do > twelve do I-tl1ellbty.do ;d "k.,
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required at each of Navy Yards, comprising Ibs JO reams foolscap paper do ', 'd !.., .' S **.wo ,.. : : six screw'pla a .do e d. tw'y-five hand lead lines,fifty do. ,.vdo ,,,. "
r. true proportion of each kind, must be delivered 44,000 per lbNAVYYARD 10 reams letter paper 'do 40' 1 84nch eni. beams. ::40Ulh three. ,. I.. do .do. fifty log lines :: eighty do do: -;
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on or before the flrst of September next: one other 5 reams envelope paper do, .to '- i' thr turners'iron stakes- do do, 2 po1lDdlmartilll \- perlb
fourth part on or before the first of December CHAJRLESTOWN MASS.: 2 reams blotting paper 'do '&9s. 1 D':- IL two do planlsblngztekei d 'do- thous 'do hambroUne 4t1o
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next; one other fourth part on or before the first CLASS No. 30 sheets drawing paper do per sheet 6PlfllInebbraasflxedwbeeI '. lia twelve Ibs best quality'shoe thread perTh thesis do.hoaelia -.*,. ,.
I-Braitii'.Copptr. 60c&rdasteelpens three taps lines of one hnn'd ft.'do each 2 hand* fifty fishing lines assorted
ot April and the remainder on or before the thirtieth do per card S *astori v.f.
of June, eighteen hundred and fiftytwo.I 10 sheets 32 os braxien copper: 6 feet by S' _. 5 parallel rulen,. : do : each 6, \ .l, Jr three "- do IRfe 'd' do S sizes forty."fathoms each suapl eaef-
accepting offers, (till other things including feet, estimated at 860 Ibs.per lb E"IJ 5 round rulers do do '\1i1flb'.h ., ,do's three bach vioes, 1 ell d :do flve pound mica "", -' 1 per lb

rice and quality,being equal,) preference will be 10 sheets 31 os braziers' copper,6 feet by 3 t; .5 flat rulers :_ do.do ,6 "'.:" rasssocket whel S: d. dolxsetalesdwelgbta'oneoctollb 2,5OOsaflseamIngaeeiles ' given to articles of the growth production and feet estimatod at380 Ibs per Ib ii.. 5 rolling rulers -- dodo do 'd s '. pet 6 hand sail roping do,assorted 4 0': r,7 .- i4"
mann&ctore of the United States. 10 sheets 44 os braxien' copper, 6 feet by 3 I \ 20 dozen slate pencils 1 per dos '.dO2SIubrui5nsbbolt. doe s ixsetotron do -one lb to 4 lb*do : thread ,4>:?i/j

Persons whoso offers may be accepted will be :feetestjinatedat 495 Ibs,per lb J ; 20 dozen lead pencil :: dodO. dodo .t: doaen24nehbpiatob t.c per 2 b1n'd pun 4 inch brass- wire sample p p ISO gallons fish oil per gal

to enter into contracts which, besides 25 camel'hair pencils each .. do twelve dow thirty do neatsfoot oil do i"
required t. .
their conditions, will expressly provide that, inCa CLASS ,No.' 2-Jig rI wan. 3 thousand quills r.do per tbone ltt' \ :. ,do. do nine grde do *do, tea gallons Florence oil ; '' :: ',t do *f

!. they.;in any respect, fail to perform the s broad ue handled" -per sample each 10 sand boxes 'do : etch ; .do d )do s do dolxlronladlesforcooks eighteen. dos mounted palaujsallt.-41'. ,'t(t .* 4d .
contracts. the same may be, at the option of the 3 narrow do do 'do Io 80 pounds sand 4G J ''trlh .. .* t'.epes s 'do do S seaming and roping ,saarpk pet dos '

United States, declared null and void without 2 carpenter's adzes do do do 10 double log slates ':' each usert.dbandl.d _. : -._ par..docj'3 IKt frying p do do< three doe wood hand pump '.,do.1!t.
do.ewm tw>five dos best C's
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affecting the right of the said United States to recover 2 cooper' adzes. do do do 10 single log slate do do .do.oekslcblaelslto2jlnch. tw1 l tongt* and pokers'd set. Iron bandies ship ecraperS.. ,... :do t% '
for defaults which may have occurred ; with 60 awl do do. do 2 boxes water color' do per box ari bad ;do 150 best qailitycooper's'* 'p I.roGJbl1IesUaUoW"pt .
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stipulation that if default shallto made by the 2 brace and bitta (48 bitts) do do 10 pounds wafers do per pound I cocks 'do' '-p4 5de, fifty barrels beat quality pitch .
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contractor in delivering all or any of the articles steel tongued Devil do 'do 50 papers ink powder do each '".j 'do1-do' .410. 'do 25 case seating, first 'do per.' 'Pa five do c ptrb
contracted for of the quality and at the times and bung.borers do do 6 boxes and pounce, do do 5 hun'd pounds white ch- per lb five pound bindingdo qua do do five barrel" beat quality wh1teiarpentn.tar" to do" 1t".
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places named, that then and in that case the con 1 set firmer chisels,. i to 2 in. hand'd per his sureties will forfeit and to the .1 4 wafer Seals do do composition cocks for
tractor and pay set socket do i to 2 in do do stop chair trimmings do '
United States, as liquidated damages, a sum of 2 cooper' callipers do each 75 bolts red tapa do 'per bolt inghose Ir.0 eah' 2 hnn'd yards Brussels carpet ,.do. .per per-l CLASS No; 12'Pani : 1itl 0i1i 1 4

money equal to twice tbe contract price, which 1 mast calliper do. do 10 paper folders do each 6 cooper' cw l.c hnn'd do blue damask moreen do do ten thc pounds pure dry whit lead':j
damages be recovered from timeto I 1 cooper's 1 box mathematical instruments do per box 2 fr. do two "
liquidated may crows do do coopr' S Shun'd doi >do do: .do hundred pounds lampblack ,do-;
wontgimp.
time as they occur. I large butcher's 10 lbs sealing wax do per pound 8 do five '
cleaver do do dond. 160. do do do hundred pound red lead = ::do'W -
Proposals must provide for famishing and delivering 1 glazing diamond' 20 bolts taste do per bolt S btass 40 Bgd hundred
do do 2 pie J worsted binding do per piece one pound*French yellow ochre?rdo j*
on liketermt and condition, any additional 1 dozen rat-tail files do per dos CLASS No. 9 Wood. I dozen. pairs brass table fo- pounds fine blue thread do four hundred pounds ehromegmn' doi*
quantity or quantites of the articles contracted 10 dos whip-saw do do do limp, per pr per pair 25 do Hg do' p pou tea pounds chrome yellow -v ::410
for that may be required at either of the 12 dos hand-saw do do do 75 cords mixed oak wood per cord 1 do ft flIes per dozen 25, "do white do. do do five pounds Chinese vermilHon '" 'do'

said Navy Yards before the expiration of the fiscal 1setflrmerourez.hnndfled.jto2. onedo 12 d 'd do 25 yards black broadcloth 54 in. per yard one hundred pounds Venetian red' "' -do', .
year ending on the said thirtieth of Jane, eighteen inches- 'per set NAVY YARD BROOKLYN, N.. YORK. ont do .JO .do 42do SO hair q'" d do five pounds Chinese blue' .:'&to'5;
hundred and fifty- two,on fifteen days' previous 1 set socket gouges, do | to 2 CLASS No. I-Iran. one do 8 do do do 42 'do 24 i cot bt do 'do five hundred pound Spanish brown 'do i t

notice from the Bureau or the commandant of inches per sample do But American onedo 1 I doatbastard5Ies do 3 hnn'd pounds pure curled hair do per pound five hundred pounds Spanish. whiting. ,.410,_ .
the yard where the articles are to be delivered. 1 doe spike gimlets .do per doe Hammtrtd Inn. onodo t do .do do five pounds India red : ." do "
Bids mutt be separate and inrtfor each navy 1 dos nail do do do 5000 pounds 6 by 1-inch flat iron ODe d. 10 do do do CUM'No"4"L ar Tin. twenty-five pounds rotten stone,lamps :-do

yard and for rack class ofartidet, and mutt in all 4 carpenter' gauges do each $OOO pcunds by f-Inch flat iron I onedo 8 do do.. do six roll lead/say five pounds pumice stone, lumps do-">

rata embraet all the asides mentioned in the dan gridirons do do 5000 pounds 5| by l-inch flat iron I,,'one do 14, 40 i,roud do .doonedo 4 00 per 1 four hundred pounds Turkey amber .tost
far which the bid it made. The cost of each item 3 griddles d> do 5OOO pounds 51 by -inch flat iron 12 do do do h ron ,JuDd lead, say pd. four'thou gallons pure linseed oil,raw pergaQoa

must be distinctly carried out, and the aggregate 2 beck iron do do 5000 pounds 5 by -inch flat iron ,ondo 12 do do :dooodo r one thou'pounds do five hundred gallons spirit turpentine. :do "
of each class correctly footed up, which material! 2 marking irons do do 500O pounds 5 by 1-inch flat iron ,10 do ,do .. do, WOO td J in. medium lead "pipe, say tea gallons harness varnish .do': L '
to a fair comparison of bids. 2Jack screws' 'do do SOOO pounds 4}by j-inih flat iron one do '8.do I do coon i 1 30 pounds :' do' five gallon coach varnish ',doftrf .

JtO extention of time for deliveries under any 1 cooper's long jointer do do SOOO pounds 4| by -inch flat Iron clo 10 d rOc do. 0 feet 1,medium lead pipe,. A"I.u five gallons eopahami.al111i'
toDtn.ct will be granted, and penalties for non- I do short do do doS SOOO pounds by -inch flat iron one do 8 do 'dhnn'dpounds do twenty gallons brown Japan varnish )do'.
fulfilment will in all cases be rigidly enforced; drawing knives do do 5000 pounds by -inch flat iron oDe do ,8 do do' ; do 1500 pounds India tin do one hundred fifty pound patent drIer'JIeOIID4
bidders are, therefore, requested to offer for no 3 putty knives do do 5000 pounds,by J-inoh flat iron ODe do 6 do do do- .25boxes S DX t .per box five pounds Prussian blaed4i, * more than they are sore they can"furnish within 2 rounding knives do do 6 OOO pounds 31 by f-inch flat iron one do 4 do do ,do 5do1C do one hundred pounds litharge -do" .''
5 sail knives 5000 pounds by |-inth flat iron 63,000 Ibi.prlb.Bttt one do 3 do do 'do '
time
the do do Cuss No
specified. S do '8' do AW "do I Competition Nails, fa ',CLASS No.-13-;Sptr11l'o,1 andrCcmdlei:.
All articles must be of the very best quality,conforming 6 butcher knives do do American rolled iron, ban not Ittt than ten one do 7 do tapr do d' do B thou pouu1, inch 120 to 3 thou'galls winter-strained ape oil er'JStt" .
pore
which be exhibited : 5 cheese compoatiOI
to samples will on application knives do do .
to the commandant of the yard at which I .1 patent lead do do fed lu. .one do 6, do do do I t| Jundz pound Sthou lbs pore sperm caDd1ee short sixes per 1b -
3 thousand pounds ton by inchfl at Iron one do I do do, do GOO pounds composition Stearin candles will not be accepted in liett ofCLASS
they are to be delivered. They must be in good 100 sail needles do hnn'd '
per 'U nails, -
8 do do ono do do sheathing do do .
ten by do
order and condition,in suitable vessels packages, 100 seaming needles dodo do 2 II 3 :do fifty pounds inch boat .perrn ..lt)
do do do spikes,
u the cue may be. AH articles, vessels,and pack- 100 marline do do 9by ODe d do :-No.: :S&ipntry. ft
8 do do do 14 wood do do
9by ODe S
areiJto be subject to the inspection of the yard, 1008-thread do do i pups do COmstOD. 5'
do 2 do do, 9by U six do nailgimlets asserted fifty slxletterbooksSquireseapsizeS ,- ?',
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where they are received, and be in all respects to 100 6-thread do do do 2 do do 7by U two do do ) do composition bt let do ... hall bound, '- per sample each
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the satisfaction of the commandant thereof. 100 4-thread do .- do do 5 do do 4( by i one do sik fifty pounds inch boat spikes, d --'. blank books 2.quires,. V'ti"
sureties in twice the estimated amountof 200 lb iron cut-nails assorted do lb 1 uge hced half .
Approved per 5 do do 4by assorted,I do composition. do !!cap size, boundthirtysix do.-'i.
each contract will be required in the manner 200 ib iron wrougbt-nails ass'd do doper 5 do do 84 by ; U one do socket fifty pounds 21 inch boat d_ blank books, on*quire :: ,.j '!, ... '
set forth in that instrument, and ten centum 4 thousand nail do thous gouges handed 'ie. ,
per scupper 8 do do Sby to 2 Inch [ do composition. do' do J' capsizehalf bound do1d.. .
in addition will be withheld from the amount of 2 pair pincers do per pair ,_ U seventy-two mem.booksoneqnirs- _. '
a do do ,
5by i do do CLASS Xo. v
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2 crntr.gauge 6-Glass, "
each collateral for its faithful
payment as security pair pIlen do do 4 do do 6- by16 do brass ( "and loop 'ct. ".' -G"
performance. Ninety per centum of each bill, 2 coopers block planes dodo each 3 do do' 5 by |' 42,000 lb..perIb .i. -. but do' twa dos 8 inch lens sample per seventy-two memorandum books ti
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approved in triplicate by tie respective commandants 3 smoothing do' do 3 hiDge' one do ten ; do dte .ono quire with leather / : 'if

of said navy yards, trill be paid by the navy grooving do do do But Russia zit rods. hiDgea pairs SInch br. ut .1 two; do patent deck lights,3i by' v .. coverstwentyfour d& ., It S

agent fit the fotnf of delivery within thirty days Sack do do do 3 thousand pounds 14 by.finch bt iron 15 dopairi2 do' ., do d teninch,1inehthiek 'do do' ivory paper folders 'do'do; -
after iU presentation to h 21. 3 moulding do do do 3 thou'd do 14 by | ODe do pairs 2 do table dotwodopalrs3kby8 iwo do patent deck lipt I by 0 six dos pint bottles black ink :'do'per: dos .'
Every offer must be accompanied by a written plough "do do do Sthoa'd do Hbyi inch flap eleven inch do three do 4-bIade penknives,1st qua' 'Io" -io/"
ffuraranty, (t responsibility of tbe guarantor or 2 sztrigal do do do 3 thou'd do: 1$ by I butthlnges do' two do lights. plate glass.Co d twelve dos i pint bottles black iak: 09- <'doouedoslpintbottlearedink

guarantors, to oe certified to by a Navy Agent or 6 wood rasps do doa 3 thou'd do l| by. | 3 .do 31nch .do do bowsprit lanterns do do ._ :d..rrdo
. other official person, or by some one known to the gauging rods do do 1 ,OOO Ibs:per lb 2 do pin 2 inch. do do tbr single lanterns \do do three cases mathematical instr'U do* cash
Boreai) that, if the offer be accepted,.the bidder'or 10 lbs hose rivets do pu lb Bat'-American rolled 'iron, bars not lot than ten one do 4' inch upright han'd feet double thickness- Red.fordcrowngIass,7by. three doz paper ink pOTder *" 'do''-per dos

bidders will, within ten days alter the receipt 25 cast steel scrapers do each feet long. locks, American mortic wro't- 9. ; per six dos metal inkatand'wltbeoyers'do-C' .da
of the contract at the post office designated,ex- .100 lbs iron deck spikes assorted d.'per. Ib iron frames 0 1 han'd, feet double Web.Redford _- t four dos pioces.India rubber" : .4o4de

.eente the tame, with good and sufficient sureties, 3 bread aievel1\'1- I do each 8 thousand' pounds liinch square I 45thon'd IronSthon'd .mounting ,'composition- do cw gl by 10' do trentyreamzeappaperfalnt4ined, ,. ;-. "4 / .

U furnish the articles proposed, agreeably to the 3 acts tin scales assorted do per set do.Ij I hnn'd -Red-, r. aratqua.Iity,,: J .f .do 'J1Ia.
ferns -specified In.this'advertisement- or which 3 bread shod do each do 1 1 do lr.u for4 inch wire do forderownglaza9byl2 do six ream cap paper,regulation ruled do do
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may be embodied in the contract. The law of 1 iron safe do do I 3 thoa'd do f ", : co chest handle. 1 han'd feet dole thickness" fifteen reams letter paper, faint- '-'"_<."t f- .
II Re.
10th August 1816, forbids the consideration of 10 gross 1 No 9 iron screws do per.gross : 5 thoa'd do U U .- f&'d -:for I 1 by ',- do lined,first quality' -:r-i;. '.fJ"o' r_
prop not accompanied by such guaranty. S gross 3-iorh No 24 iron screws do dodo 5 thoa'd- do 7-16 ,. six cJaw I t double flvereamsbucuv.opepapez'. .as'do .
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Bidders particularly cautioned to endorse 3 gross 3-inch No 24 brass screws do 5 thou'd do I .J" handled do ford crowng 10 by 'do two ream blotting paper < .do4..
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weir offer as aboVe required, that they may be 1 pit saw do each 5 thoa'd do 6-16 -. S;41,000Ibs.per lb8thon'd one do best screw wench do J6 il .do I hnn'd feet double thckes R- one ream log paper._, '-. .' -, do ; "do

distinguished from other business letters, in orderto I cross-cut saw do.. do .' do 3 round, *. ( one do beat' C.S.hhct haDd'd do crown gJ 1 do' one ream folio poslpaperftilned' do'do_
their 2 don-taila&w. thoa'd do 2 I .. ehS'do J hnn'd feet twevty-four'sbeet. 'drawing '
prevent being opened before the day. appointed. .do do mkDg .Red- elephant ; : jt, ft.7
2 tenon &awe 4 dodo 'dodo : thoa'd do 1. 'It' bk' do 'doS for crown glass. 11 by 17. : do paper,hot preatad, -,.. ? -doipr: ; heet ,
All offers not made in strict conformity with 3 bond saws I 5 thoa'dft do 1.9-1G dozen cOJitO keys 1 ft double thickness one M slate pencils .. ,.,, ,*' \do.f. pr 100 S

this advertisement, in every particular, will be ; hack saws dodo do'' thoa'dSthoa'd. do I "II door Jock ; .per. doze *. forew gl.U by Re- !do.J two,gross Faber*best lead pencils .,.\.; .4
considered or rejected at the option of the Bureau. 3 pad saws dodo do I 12 do blank Iron keys and lock do 3 fet .Red- Nosland2 -- do pr gross
Those only whose offers may be accepted will be 1 large screw plate and taps de 3 thou'd'do 11-16 U ,. 12 d. 2 inch' mahogany bON per dozeD ford crown gI 12.by IS do;; three boxes water colors eotopleto-.;iipr box
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notified and contracts forwarded without delay. small do do dodo do 3 thoa'd do. ten do I 40 br d ,do' 2 hnn'd feet duble tbc1e.Redford -, '. 0 twenty grossGillott's eagle pens, ... '1'-:,t I
Persons offering are directed to designate the 3 steel squares do 3 thoa'd do 9-K II 4 do llmaker'. knivu dos 18' do ? in.boxes of one dox.with bolder do ,prgros*

post? office through which. they desire to be addressed 4 fry pans do do 4 thoa'd do.c.s II U do bl. drawer. lock 1 hna'd feet double thickness,Red- tea Tor11'011DCe. boxes' fiQed w th'd' ..J.
3 thou'd do 7-16 '
and the navy agent to whom the contract. 2 shovel and tongs do dado ky. d.J 0 fordcrownglassfourteenby23" 'do' pounce :eachperM .
shall be sent for execution. spoke shave do 3 thou'd do I U Inch dw bn, do fifty feet double thickness Redford do one M quills No 80 .> 'do'

All editors authorised to publish this advestise- 2 can shaves do do 3 thou'd do 616u do putty .do CroWD glass, sixteen by 24 ..nt 1 be specially notified by. this Bureau. Inshave do' dodo 3 thou'd do 2-8 II J 'do gluelettlee,copper do four dos half pint papers black sand doper' don
None others will be paid for its insertion. 1 large bench vice do 3 thou'd do 8.16 61,000 Ibs. per lb dolronpit-ehkettles do CLASS No. I-Flax Canvas. twenty-four sand boxes, bard wood, 'dor. *- each
small do do do 20 sheet i holler iron, say 45,000 lbs do .ho k1vu' do fifty bolts of : bolt three iIatudo "do
FORM OF AN OFFER. ; O1' ono sample per
1 hand vice do do 20 sheets 5-16 boiler iron,say 3,740 lbs ono do do 150 a two ,do twenty-four log.J&tesdo": .vdo I

-, 1851. 3 sets lead weights 1 oz to 1 lb do poredz 4 bundle. Russia sheet iron,No. 16, say 936 Ibs t do chee do do 150 <*<> three. do three gross red tape doprgros;
I hereby agree to furnish'and deliver at the screw wrenches do each 4 do' do do'No. 12, say 920 lbs 1 do Inch troD dea Jock do t three dos rolls silk taste "- ..do pee.dot .
Navy Yard* in conformity with the requirements 1 brass square do do 4 do charcoal do No: 17, say 1,040 lb I 2 dO4 by 2' locks do 60 "do four; doon.hun'd ten pounds best scarlet sealing wax' do .:.' per Ib

cf the advertisement from the Bureau L 60 thousand iron tacks do perMperlb 6 do do do No. 18, say 1,500 lbs I do fl inch Iron drawer d. doODedo2ldObTSSbOOkCSSOdo do aye 'do four,lbs best scarlet wafers,assorted, ...do.CiiB do
of Construction Equipment, and Repair, of the 200 Ibs pig zinc ; 4,200 pounds 2-inch hoop iron, No. 6,yard gauge do 75 do six do ,
-9th May, 1851, the several articles embraced 10 boxes 3DXX tjD.17 X14 box 3,000 do whale hoop iron two do 2k do brass cupboard d d han'd do 'leD.do.. No.1S-Firewood.; .. t
ia Class No. classes No. per 5" S fifty .- do eight .do cords of I23eabiefeet '
( -] or -and No.-for do do ODe do do Irou chest hundred ( ),,r'Jt
that yard to. wife CLASS No. Hammock Stuff. 6." do It' do S 6 3 do Iron padlocks .o do' Each bolt to contain 40 yards,20 Inches wde: : ,ot sound young oak wood.. ,per'cord"CLASS" .

CLASS No.lba4rywbJLaica4. .- 150 bolts hammock stuff per sample .per bolt 2u 600 do do 1. do do 25 2ldo'S.dobrlado, d do do .CLASS No,,8-Cotton Cnt.- : :'ILathIr3'. ':

at- cUperlb 9 [42 inches wide, 60 yard to the bolt.] 3,000 do, Ii merchantableboop iron .ODe. 2.1 do'do' ''do 0 tw'y4yo'boltsNo.' 2 cotton samp per bolt tvobundrcdsidesbestqufltibellows. .. : ..

-Ibs A lampblack, at- do CLASS No. 4-Ship Chandlery. 2,600 do '11 do 8 ebsikllnes' do fiftydo. S do. 'd' leather :. tamp. !.pqr aid.tWo'Dudre .
.-Ibs ** red lead, atdo 2.500 do 'U d..cOOO BritIsh jut-re' .' 123 do4 'do and fifty lide.-b qu. ;. 'j"'.
-. .Ibs. litharge, at- do 4 dos hickory brooms,' 'per sample per doe do .1 do 4. nter'l IOngjoLjiter', p 2bun'ddo 5 :do, do rigging leather :dod
4 dos do p. sixty 'do 6 do 'do iidea beet -'," t
< : corn do' dodo 1,000 do | do doubl. irons each twenty-five. quality heavy <
I" 4 doe whitewash brushes do 500 do t' dof 12 ntev'a short jointer planes, fiftydo- 7 do. do 'white-oak Unnedjmmp; v-VI.<'11eatber /. '
4 dos brushes No 1 '. S 'iwe'y-fivedo 8 do do ". '
paint | I'do do double Irons simple each I .do'., 40
CLASS No. 2 dos hand scrubbing brushes do do ,Class No 2-Copper. I thIng planes clo. we'y-fivedo 9 do do forty. sides.best quality heavy white- : : '
2 doz clamp do do do dodo 3,000 sheets 34o .hot rolled sheath'g copper' 3jkplanes ', d. aftL.' do 10 do do S q oak tanned sole leather- 'dodo 'do
-'gals sperm oil, at- cts per gal. 9 I dos long handle tar .do .do. 3".do 82 do I 8 ugh planceand bits, S bits bolt to contain fifty. yards I lengths,'a five sides best qu.oiled tanned do. ; ,' dodo _
-Ibs sp.candles, at- per ID 1 doe short-haadle do do do '1SOOdo 30 do "g pa p tosset do to be 2 inches i width.- : five side best quality harness do ,do" .( .

10 pieces bunting, each, of white, 800 do'28' do .S :on. S pam pincers,carpenter's per doe CLASS:No. 9.;.' ten sides best quality buff leather dodo .."do.
9 blue, and red, 40 yards long, "do< '24 do :1; cue 01,do' plye' do han'd bolts of hammock : one side best Quality lacing leather,. Jdo "
18 inches wide 30' ,16. do 2ST one sample per bolt twenty-five sides best quality sheep "a
say pieces per pieca .do. ; one sand: assorted 'per rea' 'do u .
t also agree to furnish and 'deliver at the said li1ca.lII; do each 700 do 14 do I 3 pJ. ,'. ;: sixty Each,bolt to contain bag do l d :skins, in the,wool. -: ," -petfsUa
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navy yard any additional quantity of said articles SO yards bleached cotton { wide ,do "per yard 1,003 do* Inch 1t'copper I I pr". double pe.' each to J be 42 inches in width 1"al. ng.,a Cuss No.-ITBrwJU ;.' .
that may to required before the expiration of the 8 rolls worsted binding. do per roll 3"do4-8 'do I6 I- S 0'short do, ''do. .'41. bolts of cot ..
fiscal year ending 30th June, 1$5!, ''on 'fifteen 1 set truss hoops do per set do' 11-16 do I 23,000 Ibs. per lb. 2 o' block planes do' ., do2tb th1 and thirty in.[cot3etuffdftyyardslnlength wid ., ; twenty-five doze best extra"wiiiie-" :

days'preriou notice from the Bureau or the commandant 100 ox bides for rope, estimated to I 8 Mdo ,13-16 do- I :'LL4ncbshwrlvMsiron" perM '_ wash brushes -i !JflpW'perdosonedoebestlongbandledtarbr's" .

of said navy yard. weigh 10,000 lbs do perlbper lO"do 1 .do ; Uk 2Idodo .o.. ,do .CLASS No j .. do: .do
'If my offer be accepted I desire to be addressedthrough 100 feet 2}inch leather hose do' foot ..24 40 pound sheets brazier copper tb In'cper Pfi" 0.Tfnl. one doi best short handled tar br'sone .do.,, dodo
the post office at and the contract 72 feet suction hose do do 3435do do- 4 .mere ''f do 2 hou Ibs.flax sewing tW sample per pound dos best varnish brashes do. ?

to be sent to the n&vyagent at -, for execu!. 10 sides pomp leather, estimated, .3682, do do } ; 8.L 01 1-Inch brusenrtaln 'per doe 1 ,do cotton do; .. one dos best painter' dusting br's .do' L ;do
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tion. Very reepecftully! to weigh 200 Lbs do. per lb 1226do, do. .' f' 4 ododoserew; do twenty do whipping' ; do, ene doi best hand dusting brushes'. do 'd.-
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25 bellows leather estimated "' .. boat rivets tw'y-flre do Seine do do ten doe best 000000 paint brushes !d ":' doslxdosbeit0000p&InIbrusheS
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A. B. ;Ctiss tio3-Hardicate. te... 50 s copper pr.lb .. -
'rocoiucg.ww.: Sxiifjm: to weigh 175 lbs .do, dodo "2 01 2-loot rules, L.C : ? .do. ; 40
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Chief of Bureau of Construction fce., 10 sides hose leather,. estimated. to thou Ibs" 8-Inch'Burden's pressed iron 1 o Z do' 'do .cfol. 0 do'o 8 Arv.tc_ six dot best 000 paint '& dodo'. ,..d.

Washington D. C.. '. weigh 200 lbs, -.'. idOl>; I .* spIkes ,.it* '-per pound one l : : ,do' ten poud sal aD j pr pound. three doi best 00 11&10braslJes' .' ,do .
50 lbs lamp wick yarn 'do ,do, 1 !do do'7-inch, do do Iron spikes do ten u gnJr" ", .-mOD, .< ,ten bra, lp. sizdosbe tNotWhtOOlbTuSbCS do' .'"dofieredozbestdl&lnpScrubhandle& "
.. -Wo.the undersigned,resident of -> in the 2 tape line* "' -" do ... each 1 do ,sdo6-inch. do .do do dohu'd asa'd NOl.' ', :sample per five han'd do ,, doa dodo do:
State of hereby guarantee..that, in ease 10 casks lime. -.do cask 6 40..5-1ncll' :.do do do do ten S do' do doeI do'g toons'yards twilled bagging.for; five don best hand scrub handled _-
f :-foregoing Lid ot- accepted, that- 100 dozen Russia mats do :per. bun'4 dod wro't iron boat ten do "do' do', 1 do ,do breadbag' per four do* best French atch.d... '. doNAVY _
wW.'within ton days after the receipt of the contract 60 gal whale oQ ''do!: 'perpJ perdos .' ; -. nails,- :sample! per poa1d un do do do' '1. .do i doten 2 thous dobaggmg for c b do., ten pound*best,Russia bristle*, :p.-..., '

at"the post' office designated, execute the 30 gal tar oil. *' do do": 2hnntd.do 12d ,do do* do, .,i do do' 11 40'4G' one hun'ten-cyUnder e I
f,aaou,with good*nd sufficient sureties, to famish 200 bbls Suffolk tar, bbi- 4hon'd 40..lOd do 'do do. t ten :do; .d "do4 ;do 'doun onebnn'thlrteen- 'd .5 YARD, WASHINGTON.pounds' ."'"1.. .,
.-t.M Mppliei embraced in said bid,.in conformity 10 barrels coal tar' per do 4hun'd do' .8d ,,410' "do' do' do dOJ ,,40:1: do 40 ono han fOurteen'; do :,4(5 sif'No' "lmrt.,- S
with tho terms of the advertisement. under which SO gallon neatafoot 011. . 4hun'd do"6d 'do' do'" do Aye de do do 'dG two bun & do do) .
;Jit was. made.; c, D.EfF.. 20 mounted roping palms .-t- do per each gal Ihun'd do- 4d do do.. do- lye do do' I do' '' ..40 'do, one bun, do <"do "- ttoo: 'i 3-4 ncj,roundiroq i ::2"
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,:' :, 29 seaminr alses. mounted da' 'ft 2hun'd do 1-in.iron clout do wro'k do. 1 6" do dodo: 2( :"do "do- one bun dos best corn brooms :per dossa 600; :do '1 I-4do" .do ;. .. ,

1 hereby wrtlfy thatcto'the best of'my know4f 8 grindstones,estimated to)weigh; -: Shun'd do4OdIroncutMII&do! ODe do; dodo 2 dodo. fifty. .' do", hickr do .1 do 600 do 11o&.do, do;, .i'tG r *
'|* and belief! the aborenamed .DUbs do Jh Shun'd do 20d .* do ,do, I ,00 'do; :" :doon. tw'y-five pieces scarlet., "' do "
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and deell'i.: 10 bbls pitch JI barrel 2 thons' do 12d do 'do .52thous'dolOd' ; do do'gy. bunting ,
-.good-. ; Navy 5 bbls rosin .., ,_ ,;do .do I. 'd' :do'. 40 'w''y-d 18-ia best white do; 'ppe 1.000 do.GSJdo. ,do."II'
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Agent.; 100 lbs flax sewing twine .j.tie per:: pound 1,3Odo ((84 ." ,da* ."- t.C.odo9hun'ddo A. .do"b do' "I i 'd /d ::1Sb'iclO brae :do. 'do, t 2.000, ..do J-tdo : ,.do, ;>: : 4'

-2* : < 'FORM ENDORSEMENT:. 60 Ibs whipping twine. '. "t.;410' J: ; ) t6d i.do' &-, jC: "' do ', lY dl 'd .do I ; do; tw'y-fivedo, ..* ).do.. .f4OO, ;clo 34 'dG4. ._ do.! f,"_" <;

':,-.j ;v*l the envelope transmitting the otter.. 25 lbs seine twin do ":'do' 6 hu'41'do 4dy do ... -... 'dtf-' _' do' 'd..J.'do; ---do. tw'y-five do ',*24ado doblue white do' do .- .. I .200do. .14.do, ': 'do.,t-1{t4
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.. FHroialtftrJfttBit, fewfe". lmt the 25 Ibs yellow beeswax 40'do ) ? A d .cJ -
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yard 3 barrels turpentine, soft,' lo"M-6i1lroaenteks 'r.er M. ; Ido do' p11'- ,4od&iv tw'y-Ivsdo 9-ia' do scarlet do7 do" : aarO] Z1ttr

'<.111dr. -, 1 10poundaiopyarn: '" 'do.. per barrel pound .ton: 'do-'8 :'per "- \ .dol osdo(," .:.' l>kV. do; Iy .do do : '2 do. do: fifteendo' 9-ia "do-'bluo ..do 1.' .do.twyfivsdo..44.ia' ... 6.i cr pound. {best.Ame 4

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-"tOf bdqn uffityV of American iwurafactare.J 200 do:' 'i1: ; bru.a springs 1 per 40: ; 56.tons.Nd.-. test:>AmeiicsJi'tfreypk:
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4.3tb rtaow u :Ib..linehdo: ',,;IT.. ?'- 10 pounds Prussian blue, 4 ,i '.10 ,,do.1i e .40. .. t .40 !*ity dos doable tube lamp I crews do ;perdos J-Uloas, ? best.qaality Ie.ri"; ," '5"i"' ., .
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It 10 40'1:11'4 J Ido'-.I twe : 40'" < needles betweens ass'd per ono l'4 :' "
".!2tboms 11).I.WIf..1. ,u.thoo .- SOOpoondi pounds lampblack Paeiswhilo' :. ,do1iJ SOD Oaa4l2Ocl copper. eat Balls' '; 3 e poadd fort tc'WD.cmIO lp: '.per-lb tel pounds eroeus mortis' .- per pound ,tonehunfatuuatliaebaiaihort Casheel ,eonper 72 inches Jo.eM 1ft. ;..

." 2thou'<, .!Ubs 21b.liInch d* ,r '"J'. Xl punda vh1tI.Spea1sh. ; do'40" gtdoI2d ::4o t* .. '. ,. "do4bn44O1Ui -l : th4s! screw r $ ( t4ft 4.'Jj" 8 ') '' ,- _cbtl. w deHu ch.on". i '. ..
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bona4;11-14fnsh, t :40' ; '.;1" VH MO galloBS gMionsspinM rs-wDatchlinseed 01 burp Ine oU, ,1"JL per.!;,ri. .'4 hun. do ;,1.i.r'd'. ..._;.'',.. .40 v. ( "IIi t .ktcolyard 0bqrn'sptonI* b a' to ._. 40.. '. K sand and fifty pound \ ..'perpoand,' r \\.tbtck"890; pe ::
!'oa IbsIoeb i'f" 'Y.1'" ,, .. ,' v--, t-: *K V -k-. -->+ lMf; t !Ibun'c\'a '1 8di'IM : '40""" oJ.r''f>., 0" .il {., 1 ao' : sfz tb&lls for boatswaJni': .. Su&l; .Oabeetf: '', 12[ i I.jouia ;
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A U T H OR IT Y> of the>Un lid.&aes. of.ater. i.he ,tlait&Js' derived, -principles ]of eq 'Sta'wf ,'ana'their ,fl' ,, oKtfca

::. : PUBLIC ACTS ira iii'p t, add the ecin .;ofjheuprMTCou1if. be Wrtirioed, and no ; ,
,I etd daring the Second Session of the theie ip : kJwhereas' : "j

1. Thirty-first. Congress.Pcnuc ; land claims Wftht. State. of Califorina. ,auncelon & lic4le$ i-: .L P12k raleW;l> en received m me : .. -
.shall beand bereb: pipers;,
la con stttuteA. >! furthT :enc4lT1attntitleemtherpajto inefecirf ih Republftft :
[ -No. 25.] which halt consist \lbree commissioners rio iew officTal of bare betaial.
a; re pfthe pro- epmmunication
AN ?
ACT to found*Military Asrlua for t4i Re- to be' appointed .by 'the President of the I CtHingsmnd -. ('
th tommfssioners accredited
I lief and Support of Invalid and firwUed Soltlbrt -, of the Array*ftt United SUta-?-i Btit enacttd by the &nale and House of consent"of"the Senate7vrh ch1l"co nmission tion pt.such party- fleaj petitiofjilo te'nt'rary''Of that Republicv. ,
Ktprettrtialivetvftte CnXtd States of Amirtcom shall continue for three years from the date District Court?haH be entered on. thegournal ihtrty-first of October* ; I
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; : Congre**esumhleJ, That all soldiers of.this act, unless ;sooner 'discontinued by pr'fecoVil 6f proceedings ol the'camiMisisioners higher duties tonnage ptrnpect feat
of the army ofjfec United ttteis and a" sol- the President of Ibe United States 'within sixty, days after.their decision ppsed.or .levied.w.tbe ;: J al
diers Ww'ckve eari,or may bereafterbe,oftbearmy SEC,'2. And be it further enacted,- Thata on the.'cJaim.Jbki! bee .jtnade.nd'notified, tothp'parttesj .ressels bqlly '
of the United States, whether regtilars'br secretary, skilled In iheSpanisb and English and: such petition;*snail I* filed Unfted-Statesran'd apon th ;
volunteer*'fend who have contrib- language, shall appointe44yt. ...; U Qjhe District CourUAvithuv six &*$ .,_ mprchandi "
.eitet or may hereafter contribute; according commissipnerswhose dutyj sbaU be tb act ter : ', same' from .' ; : j -
;tt> etotnrn.of of thisact, to the support of interpreter, and'tb" keep a' record oflhip m.C. foreign.'country, whatev ;
.the ffiiBtiVy asyhrm hereby reated,-shall; proceedings of the board in aboundbook't9 lands, the claims,to which have be n finally orr: Chilean ships- and : .
under the restrictions and .provisions which be filed in the'bffice of the Secretary of/the rejected, by the.'commissionersimi ber same-portss' underiikecirc eil.bj.t .
follow, be members of the said asylum, with Interior on the term!nation of the coamusstoru- herein provided, or. which shall Je .'finally I Now, therefore, ,' ; of.v4a '
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till the riglrts annexed reto.EC. SEC. 3.,.And be it'furVier enacted, That decided to be invalidbybDistri orSu- ident e4 the United ) ;tors; |&
,-$ Z. Arid be it farther enacted That, such cleiks, not to exceed, fife in. number, preme Court,;and ,all.lands the?tlaims to hereby declare and ; ?
forth* good government and attainment of as may be necessary, shall be appointed, which shall,'not have been presented the of the several acts* i L *"hhobgifer.t *- -*.
.- Uw objects proposed by the institution aforesaid the said commissioners. *( '. said commissoncrs within two years afler the duties of.tonnage and : with many
r the 'general-In-chief commanding the SEC. 4. And be it*further etidctedThdtit date;of this act, shall .be' ,deemed,;beld,'and United StAtes are, and f tbTrwsnrvI
t t, army, the generals commanding the eastern hall be.lawfisl l for thertPiesldent bf'-the considered as part of the public domain of the gd flifcontinued, so far I will whih'the
1 andwestern, geographical military division?, United States to appoint an ageiit'learnedin United States ; arid for all claims finally confirmed els of Chile,and the
I the quartermastergeiieral, the ..comiriissary- the !avr'and skilled "in= the Span1h' and by the said commissioners, oyhC) and 'merchandise ;
general of.subistencer the payinaster-gen- Engli&h Janguagei whose "specialjidutV"it said District or. Supreme"Court; JE a' patent. States, in;'the same, : poweio! Fed-
1 eral, the surgeon-general), and the":ad- shall he superintend the Interests of ,the- shall issue loathe cl imantq n jus p.resenting ahyj'pther; foreign co ? aiMf.lsetiJng ts
juujnt-general, "shall: be'j cx. ojjlcia, comC'CfnissHoiiera United States in the premises, to 'continue the general land office an autheatic certificate said suspension to take* resources bow
f of the same, constituting a hiinin'suchagencta's fong as the public interest of such onfirmatkrnandaplat or above mentioned, and to of citueas
:.t board of commissioner, -majoiiiy .of. may, in the judgment of the'Presiden survey of the said land,.duly certified .and forward, s -long as the ,
whom shall, hare 'power to establish, from require his 'continuance'and to allow' him approved by the surveyor-general of California of the vessels of the : the' wastes
1 % "time to time, regulatipn for the'gener- such compi-nsotion as-the President shall ,whose duty- -.shall be to cause all private produce, manufactures, ; ; : .V-5 saoola V +
I al and internal direction of the institution, to deem reasonable. It shall be the duty of the 'claims, which shall be finally.confirmed ported into Chile in the mail 'whh-
.. be eubmilted to the Secretaryof War for said agent to attend the meetings'of 'the to be accurately surveyed, and 'to'J/urnish/ shall be continued on the '
,io -paafe
approval }and may do any other act or acts board, to. collect testimony in behalf .bf.the plats of the same jraYid .in tlie.locatioc of the meat of Chile.- : : &d
; necessary,for the governmentland interests United States, and to attend'cn occasions said'claims, the sail surveyor-general shall Given under my hand at :; '! :Indians-. wnile
; of the same*'as authorised herein. when the claimant, in any case before the" have the same power;and -authprity as are ington,1, this first day, of ; ; "easiiy otdT
: SBC. 3. And be it further enacted, That board, shall take depositions i aria'no depos-: conferred on the 'register of the land office year of our Lord one ,V,it tnaf
E 1; the officers of the institution, shall consist ofa ilion taken by"or inr behalf'of any such and receiver of the public mbneys'.of Louisi-- dred and fifty and ; /or
r governor, a deputy governor and a secre- claimant shall be read in evidence in any and, by the sixth section of the act tlto create .independence of the ; er-
- v before the District Court of the for the State of Louisiana," third the President position
d : the latter to be also treasurer ; and the said or.Supreme approved .By : *
: officers shall be taken from the army, and United States, unless notice, of the, time and I March, one thousand eight hundred and thir VV. S. DERRICK, ; ,
F 'appointed or removed, from time to time 'as place of .taking the same shall have;beri I ty-one: Provided always, That if the title Acting Secretary "" *" *" *"'A.i
; : the interests of the instuulicu may require, given in writing to safd agent, or to the die of the clamant to such lands shall be con ; whichbavenot
: by the Secretary of War on the recommenda- trict'attorney of proper'district so long tested by any other person, it shall and may No. 2. : ; ; & ,, bni be.
9 ton'of: the board of commissioners. before the time of taking the deposition as to be lawful for such person' present a petition Br PRESIDENT as['mat
t SEC. 4. And be it further enacted, That the enable him to be Dresent at the time and I to the district judge of the United State THE or; ,With the'
t !$" -3*. following persuns, membersof army.asy- place of taking the same, and like notice for the district in which the lands are situated or
4t lum, according to section one, shall be entitled shall be given of the time and place of taking plainly and distinctly setting forth; his A J* ; : -- because
'"' to the rights and benefits herein con i any deposition on the part of the United title 'thereto and praying the said judge to WflnEA ', by an'act' $ ; :contTnue; :
Slates.SEC.. hear and determine the ,eame,- of the United States of the '
ferred, arid no others, viz: every soldier ol a copy clainu.
the army tof the United States, who 5. And be itfurtJicr enacted. That the which petition shall be served upon the adverse one thousand-' eight ( ; ,:for TtiSe seif--
f shall have served, or may serve, hon said commissioners shall hold their sessions party thirty days before the time appofhted titled "An Act proposing' ;
Then
estly and faithfully twenty years in the at such times and places as the President of for hearing;, the sam, And provided as the establishment o4 ; ; ; ) again,
came,' and every soldier, and. every dis- the United Stated'shall direct, of which they further' That it shall and may be' lawful for western bound riei,'the, which we'are
.4- jcbarged soldier, whether regular, volunteer shall give due and public noticeand; the the district judge of the United States,-upon the said State of all hope 1li mm.
who shall have suffered by.- reason of marshal of the district in which the board is the hearing of such petititionj to grant an injunction exterior to said boundaries i' vahdhow-
disease or wounds incurred, in the service setting shall appoint.a deputy/whose duty to restrain the party at whose instance upon the United States,, ;
t kf and In the line of Tils duty, rendering hirrTiri- it shall be to attend upon the said board, and the claim to the said..lands has been territorial government they"'are exam
v. capabje of fuither military service, if such who shall receive the same compensation confirmed, f.rom suing out patent for the was providedthat ;the.[ ; slight doabtbad
disability bas not been occasioned by his is allowed tc the marshal for'his 'atlendence same, until the title thereto'shall have been Lions should.be, and.the \ \ farorjbf
jown misconduct: Provided, That no deeerlicr upon the District Court. finally decided, a copy of whicluorder hall offered! to the State of cases needy
, mutineer, or habitual drunkard, shall be SEC. 6. And be further enacted.That the be transmitted to the commissioner .uf the agreed to by the ejt-
received without such evidence of subse- said commissionerc, when sitting as a beard, general land office, and thereupon no patent ky the General Assembly of a miserly
l r J-W ; quent service, good conduct and reformation and each commissioner his chambers, shall shall issue until such decisionshall; be made, and obligatory upon! the !: and'winning'
I it c'character as the commissioners shall deem be.and are, and is hereby, authorized to administer or until sufficient time shall, in,rhe opinion the said State of Texas ,, whatever
.1 sufficient to authorize his admission. oaths, and to examine witnesses in of the said judge, have been allowed for oh- agreement, by the said to win the
; I : & 5. And be it further enacted. That any case pending before the commissioners; taming the same ; and therealter the said injunction should be given on or I
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.. any soldier admitted into this institution, for that all such testimony shall be taken in shall be dissolved.SEC. December,'eighteen, .cast upon-
.disability ai aforesaid, and.who shall recover writiifg, and shall be recorded and preserved I 4. And be it further>nad J,.That jy :'- .- | s tk claims from
l j|.! his health, so as to fit him again for mili- in bound books to be provided for that purpose. the provisions of this act.shall not extend "First. The Slate of :; : : relief.which
, 'lary service, (he being under fifty years off to any town lot, farm lot, or pasture lot, held her boundary on the ; wpnld do
.I- m age,) ihall be discharged : Provided,That any SEC. 7. And be itjurther enacted, That the under grant from'any corporation or town at the point"at which ; from
? IK |>ensiooer on account pf wounds or disability secretary of the board shall be, and he is to which lands may have been granted forth hundred degrees,west' Indian
* incurred in the military service, although hereby, authoii/ed and required, on the application establishment of a town, by the Spanish tersected by the"parallel tbaa all
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, .he may not have contributed to the funds of of the law agent or district attorney or Mexican government, or the 'lawful authorities thirty minutes north bare been,
I the Institution shall be entitled to all the of tbe United States, or of any claimant or his thereof, nor to any city, or"town, or from said point due west : thaV hereof
.benefits herein provided, upon transferring counsel, to issue writs of subpoena command village lot, which city,.town, or village ex- one hundred and three
his pension, to said asylum, for and during ing the attendance of a witness or witnesses isted on the seventh day of July, eighteen Greenwich ; thence -'* i
i: the period that he may voluntarily continue before the said board or any commissioner.SEC. hundred and forty-six ; but the claim for the due south' to the : ; murl t
to receive such benefits.StC. 8. And be it further enacted, That same -hahl be presented by'the corporate authorities north latitude ; thence on r rtliircytwodegrees ;: -' ,
t 6. Afid be it further enacted, That the each and every person claiming lands ''in of the said town, or where ;the land of l deiniacalfuRoit
. provisions of the foregoing sections shall not California by virtue of any right or title derived on which said city, town or village .was; originally Rid Bravo del None, orih
be extended to any soldier in the regular from the Spanish or Mexican government granted to an individual, the claim channel of,said river.to to: one or Volunteer; service, who shall have been shall present the same to the said com shall be presented by or in the name of such "Second. The State bt.r'i"i:4', ; JtbV ft
'F convicted ol felony, or other disgraceful or missioners when sitting as a board, together individual, and the fact of the existence of United States all her ; e.
L. infamous crimes or a civil nature since lie with such documentary evidence and testimony the said city,- town, or' village Jon the said nor to the limits and : of the deceases',
! shall hare been admitted into the service of of witness as the said claimant relies seventh July, eighteen' hundred and forty- agrees to establish by r '-At- ,. utej''._and
. the United States. upon in support of such claims ; and it shall six, being duly proved, shall be, prima facie this agreement." ; some time sioca
t. SEc.l', .And be it.further enacted,That for be the duty of the commissioners, when the evidence of a grant to such corporation, or Third. The State of : t and
the support of the said institution the follow? case is ready f hearing'to; proceed, prompt to the individual under whom the said lot- all claim upon the United ; ,
, ing funds shall be set apart, und the fame ly to txamin'e "the", same upon such' evidence holders claim ; and where any city, town, or of the debts of Texas, : might>ccm.
. are hereby appropriated : any unexpended and upon the evidence produced in village shall be in existence at the time of or indemnity m the I izi urei&mnniu.
balance the appropriation made March behalf ol the United Stales, and to decide passing this act, the claim for the land em States of her ships, ; band, tre.'arj
. second, eighteen hundred and ..forty-seven, upon the validity the said claim,' and, braced within the- limits of-the same may be houses, custom-house ; ; I ; j '
. now remaining in the treasury,for the benefit within thirty"-'days'after such decision is made' >by the corporate authority of 'the said munitions of war, '
: of discharged soldiers disabled by wounds; rendered, to certify the sauie with the reasons city, town, or village. their sites, which became of bU Cabinet
the sum of one hundred and eighteen' thou- on which it is founded, to the district attorney SEC. 15. And be .it ,further enacted, That United States at the time ; ::
,; and seven hundred and ninety-one dollars of the United States in and for the district the" final decrees rendered by the.said; coiri- ''Fourth. The United' I ,wtb]
7*> .. f r and nineteen cents, levied by the commandIng in which'each decision' shall be render missioners, or ''by the- District or* Supreme ation of said,' of tha
. general of the army of the United Stales ed. Court of the United States, or any,, patept to cession of claim to [ andi riraII
*'i"n Mexico, during the war with that republic SEC. 9.-And be it further enacted, That in be issued under thin act, shall be conclusive ment of claims, will ., : ;'Washington,.
,, for.the Benefit of the soldiers of the all, cases of the rejection or confirmation of between the United States and the said claim as the sum pf ten : ]
almost"
i, United States army, regulars and volunteers, any claim by the board of commissioners, it ants only, and shall not afiectt he interests of stock beating five per ; anaj,,
I ,engaged that war, but taken possession! )!1as shall and may be lawful for the claimant or third persons. deemable j the end.,of and attach
It funds'of the United .Sutes'and placed in the district attorney, in behalf of the United SEC. 16.And be it father enacted, That it- interest payable l : ; peoiple! assa
I the treasury; all stoppage or fines adjudged States, to present a petition to the District shall be the duty of the commissioners here of the United Stales." : impartia\
It. Agaiact pbldjers by sentence of courts martial Court of thedistrict in which the land claimed in provided for to ascertain'and report to'the Vf.j/Vt'lmmediately/ r
; his firm endea-
is situated the of the Interior the the United States shall ;
over and above any arno9ht that may praying said court to review Secretary tenure by which j '
\\f 2? be dae for.the reimbursement of government, the decision of the said commissioners, the mission lands ure, held, and those held with an authentic copy : ; ,Senator
"* ji or of individuals; all foifeitu res on account and to decide on the'validity of such claim ; by civilized Indians, and those who are engaged General Assembly of : iii mule;'most
tt "I. of desertion, all moneyp; not exceeding' two and such petition, if presented by the claimant in agriculture or. labor'ofjjany kind, propositions, he. shall pomfs. Tbe
!t 'thirds 'of the ba'ance on hand of the hos- shall set forth fully the nature of the and also those which are occupied and cultivated issued in favor of the sceSae.oif the
1 i ,,0, ptial fund, arid of the post Jund of each inili- claim and the names of the priginal'nd by Pueblos or Raneherbsi Indians. vided for in the fourth ; .
,}F !4: aaryrtatioa,-'after deducting the' necessary present claimants, and shall contain a ,deraignment SEC..17: And be it further'enacted, That meat: Prwided alao. That '(procession.
4 expense? of We Tear and all 'moneys belonging of the' claimant's title, together each commissioner appointed under'this.act millions of said stock ; ) ; ( s
ii. to .the estates of.deceased, soldiers, with a transcript of the report'of'the board shall ,be allowed and uaid' at ths" rate nf the creditors of the State thousands
\vhich now are or may hereafter be unclaioied of commissioners of the documentary six: thousand' dollars per'annum; that] the other certificates 'of,' ; combined
t :i for the period of three year?,'fiubsequent evidence and testimony of the witnesses on I[secretary of the commissioners shaU\. alI !- which" duties "on; ; IQ
. { f] to the death of aidsoldier or soldiers; to'be which it wan founded; and such petition, if lowed and paid at the rate of one thousand pledged, shairfirst, file at day,_
presented by the .district in behalf five hundred dollars .the aforesaid United States .releases of
. tfl repaid by the. commissioneriTof, the Sntitu- attorney per -annum ; of the
lion, upon the demand of the heirs or legal of the United Stales, shall be accompanied salaries to commence.-from the day of the United States for or ; parties
' ? fiepresenUtives of the deceased : And by a ti.ansciptofhe report of 'tbe board of the'notification by the commissioners' of the bonds or certificates in iticatIoit i in
I also, That from the first day of provided the commissioner, and of the papers and''evi' firstmeetirig of the board.. ., prescribed by the 'seer4 timea
b t mouth, next after the passage of this act, dence on which it /ounded/and shall SEC. 18. Aid be it further enacted, That and approved by the 'NC'ivYurkjot
: t .,.there shall be deducted from the of fully and distincilj"se't'forth.the grounds on the secretary of the board shall receive no Stated).' i Provided, That ;
pay every
ti. 1L non-commissioned officer, musician, artificer, which the said claim is alleged to be invalid, fee except for" furnishing certified-:copies of tamed shall be construed ; ,distToguuKed
to 1 and private,of the army of the United States, a copy of which petition, if the same shall any paperpr record,and for issuing' writs any/.thing contained in : --""educa-
. : ?t the pnm of. tvventy-fiye cents per month,* be piesented by.a claimant-shall be served of subpoena.jbFor furnishing certified copies ufc the second-section of | ; aha..i lasted.'JLfc
on the district attorney of the.United States, of any paper--otucordbe shall receive for '
$ which sum so, deducted eball!, by the pay : annexing Texas to ; : ; be
and, .presented in behal!.' of ,lhe.UnitedStatesshall twenty cents for hundred ; ; :; -
if department of_ the army be passed to the every words,.aud approved Marc& first,
ALII credit of the commissioners the army asy served on the claimant or his (issuing writs of subpcfena, fifty,cents for forty-fire either a*' in'WashiBg;
lum, who.are hereby also authorized to'ieceive attorney: and the party'upon whom such each witness; which, fees shall .be" equally States, that may hereafter ,removed tq
all donations,of. money' ar property service shall,be made'sball be bound to answer divided between the"said secrefarj.and.the the State of Texas, or S.rinqn'tshe4|. ,
1L- made byany, person or,| er8ons for.the benefit the same within a time to prescribed assistant clerk. '- -v i 'And whereas was
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-I- of the institution, 'and hold the' same for by the judge pf the.District Court ; and the Approved, March, 1851., the eighteenth'' i| ; published wiilj

Its soft'"exclusive; ;se:'Prvii1ed,. That tTie answer of theclaimant to such petition shall e -,- Congre8sThat the., ; p rInGwrgeT
deduction of twenty-five .cents 'per month set forth fully the nature of.the 'claim, and cl ', No.J. '-> 4' beand, they,are hereby* ; : / / He
___;_5- /rom:thepay; non-commisjioned officers, the names of the original and present claimants BTTHB PAEsibiNT.or boundary between the '
ji:' rnusictahst, nrtificej-5 aiJ privates "regiinents and-shall contain a deraighmeht' of theclaimant's" THEJUKITJEO STATES State'of Texas'shall be '
i \\or.\ AMERICA'.
title and theansweroThaio.Irict ;* -Jbrshis
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T or. Volunteers'or btbeKcorps pr regiments euch adjustment shall[ ; f !
raised fur a'f limited jieriod; for for a attorney in behalf of the United Slates rA.locPAM4Tro? : th&President oftbe'
:
d p'nrpose ; shall shall fully and1 distinctly! 'SetS'foith- thegrounds'on WHEREAS of the
temporary "or ptirpo6c ;' only oy an act Congress",of sue-bis proclamation :: '
J>e made with their tbnseht. *''' which' 'the" ; said claim allied j the United Slates 'of the 'tweiity-fourth of in fyll'force arid operation : ; 1 : .'seized 'by
i SEC. 8. 'And be ithfuither' 'enarfrJ'Tbat' tofrbe.sVrved juvahid; copies f.wbicfianswers:8haIl' May-one thousand', ight hundred amid tvy'eoty --And whereas the J> *Z- *S t, 7
iii: the be upou the-adver e 'paitythirty-day ighC entitled "An 'Act in '
:' comminsionera of ibis institution, bjr'a'udvilh addition Tla an Texas, by.ari ,,; ,
the afpioval Of the President, be, and before ihe meeting of the court, and thereupon act,.entitled JAn concerning'diacrimina- fifth"of November last, i :nTortaT
4 the same *re berebjarithbrized and required at"the first brmrbf th'courf' ; thereafter, ti n.e."duties of J'pnn0ge"and| ,impostand toequalizeVtbe cepiing the propositions ; the
r to procure far immediate', at aisuitable the said casejfebalisfand ortrial'tthic8; $$ duties -Prussian vessels and States to the State'pf.T ; re-
I .t place or placet's Vrte or sites for'the Mjita'ry cause shown)4heva'ne fiburt. ) shall be': conU'n'iiedbythe their cargoes,1*it is'provide that npon'salls- thfrCongress uf '. / : %
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n Asylum, and if the necessary buildings < : < : # factory evideneebeinggiverf to the P/esident tbejiintbday of b- adeVthe'
fl iuoi PepcQcil4eIYJ1, 3.Ie115! sitevtp O. fAndlbe'itfurthtf 'eaiedTIit; of the Un'itcd .Stale*, by the government atanv saiii .eijfht.hundred- 'and' ] ] 'flere bas
! haveJbe same erect having due regard JU the, isijguicij\purj; ;snallpToeeel; iojrenoerjudgmerit ;'foreign.InatJpnJ that''np di rimiflatirig An Act proposing loflfa'
the healt.bofthe upon the pleadings! anijjevioebce in duties ofitonriage ; inSpain!
!locations,facility of accesp, ptr impost.urejmpo or eslablishmenjL'glj Uef : : *-
} ;toJeconomrf and giving preference the said' 'nation uppn bc lndarie ,.tbe ; [ With,
i laws as with the',most cojve'pjcnce and may be taken by order of the said court, and vessels ,belonging -citizena pf the United State of all territory; [
-, feut cost; will .accomjuodalft thie persotisprorided shall on!: application, ''the anjrT against $t M or; PolihCfP.ror .toj&id boundaries/and ; o east of
tot in this acK. wbooi judgment'iA7enderei"4igraht an appealtpjbo i merchariilise, |ujporjle.the orOhe United Slat and I
: *; *Ss ;. f And bt (frftntliertnattetf the -Supreme Court,of the United States: United States or frontcanyIoreigncoup lilor.iaJ 'gpvenjtmenCfor \
: commisiioners with-tbV on such security for Cost in the District the: fl ,) approval of the try? thereby!?- thprized$to olrwbicu act a | '
r : iiajacrettry'yof-nWarr the necessary Supreme Court,Lin casethej'judgrnent; of the issue b1I, -. rcsplio : seat-of the,State'his: been : ( nO4- ,
I .. *rji&s and it ela'aous lot the .government of'iastiUttioosnil DiitricrCbu shal( be affirmed,;aslhj5..saidcqur foreign a Tminatuig uues.'A f of','tounagd.VOJ5"'t Una T Pet-enaca'tbat : l

-aJ cause .the same, to be -iliall! prescribe'; ariJ if,the. couit'/hall impost, iWtbin; the 'Uniled;-Stteare,64 herftby agrees; to and
: fJJjd.f9TfljbJ /or.the Immediate reception be,satisfied that the paflydusiriDg.toappeal t shall .be/Vuspendeand far tions,,,aridtit is bereby. .
'. of those persons provided forin th> act, is unable to give uch'security;jpe"appeal /espfects the vessels oftb saidjf6reijnnation,1'and ( Stite shall and tbiMbaifif eiaryc*>f Wanrepprt upon mayS '; the 'pr ducetanufiicturesj or accdrQing tSlhelr true
) l'3zcj I r4"be itirther-ctThit mercbandisei impprted into: tba'ndloUed Now, therefore.1 T
: ConRreM.: $ tbe cpin sioners teeinpro.Yidctt1o4an&the state- *, inane same' from thee saidforeign; dutitofthe; United ,, 4'v- -
I District and Supreme Courts in"deVidinippa dafibnrvqtfronj < h
atprcvcd.; ibh pf :ob tany rffbreigji6 toiintry. hereby declareyaDd
the.va1i4it'lot'l tI IM befbe '
; frs ($. fb b'rgb tbe iald-suspension's''toJa.kycfflE: |rbm avcf.of tbe Congrf* orthe -'
: 'r&j.1ci-.No..4I1. .' rnn4reproyojzi912tis act,4laL1be thjimepf s iRbtifitatiqa, being gtep: lo theipth of,:$ ,:
,!u tyoiui4aloue the Presidentjicfi4h.e;Uijtedx| tates, aBU|6 m4 .
4lottibut of California. Hidalgo, the law of nations, the lawe'usagesandcustum.s ,-coiitinuo'to! long as tbe reciprocal exemptibrt ,flivea, wfiJer ; ; tib

c.p enacted S by Uif Senate andj&uss of of the government (r qbi'hicb of-5 vess\r *-belonging'- ? ). to citizens- -'. of r the- United- j. 'v Washington.4. j thi>* 'th ; Railroad.!






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;(ft bf that discoverer; Its said that. Ri. that they have agreed to keep all their wan pnklished at SuFrancisTill on the'1lOJii leLtMiu lkdy&son Mann I) Flartin, MisAflerson& lad, ,E OZjiUD B Webster y' S&ekzouyllleMarch Adlntst p1l.G.osa2_ _,ci.*.B V3X.

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U UMarer'and that They also agreed to giveup the murderers th anterjyand tbVcrops lookearreraarkaWy "- ru.ks:1.J13iiler-t3: ? Kebel' r< Araow* O W tbe Eastern Circuit Court,
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mftethe. bad crossed the Bar the Indians ;.and lheyf are jto; bei jexecuted, in tn- *, Jbe PoInte Con! pci.tcbo.at tBciotblnsU 8"Nr O Mason Caught, Mr L lady, Bev" Smith Mr Davis, '!' JoszntAxbkxws_ : 1; Jkcart.! -

pointed put tbe test place for landing-."this 4ian jashion tizthepn.sence bfahe young says that the'prospect fpr'goqd.fropnn that tosh A. lady II Well itlOrsenorthwarI-r,"CJ>Jenkmsv. ) CWiloa MeIn- -Docas-Anziw vs $ Bill forDl'rorce.-r

the JVortA side of the riverf the Indiankat: iIaj..Casey> camp;. f ,This| it is parish aTe highly ehcoura mg. The river -3aek5enviUo ;
was on has fallen .so jnuch hat'airthe 'crevisses in By the St Matthews Mav' i-M if Uuj Court
expected, wiIlput an end! .to Jhedifficuhfesi S 'cii, -
it is supposed, was on .L .that the iJcfendaiif Doraus Ait<]r w*resUM
here indicated, T JasFLawt0eo T Wallace E :
point n Florida ; the 'parish have nearly;of (joite stopped running nor. i V Garnie Jacksonville; Seabroofe- --: beyond the limits rf4h State JPlwiJa,l wits
is called Ballon Island, the only ,-arid itis/onri3'thatAthe[ lands \ hichwere' at in the .
what now The eubjolned which By the St Matthews State.of.GeoTii* .- ? -
.correspondence 23.-S
Nicteks M
'the month of The river on the we overflowed hare, owing the cold- Idicholes..J.IrJMcIntosb,May Miss ; Oa moU a .f Jams M, Coler.PoTSltor for
'land near find in the Sentinel this BrcmorjMi Dix, Complainant, It la ordered Uial ith aid Peftn
explains statement *
coLI well ncssof the season, been"very little "injiifeJ.. Miss Ilamlin, 111 Bronson, ym Young. Coy, -
JVbrtA side at"which a landing and places the facts'cbrrectly'btf the Much of*the* % John Uaddtwk David Geiger, IfF Floyd B up dant appear plead;aiiswer w demnrito Lbs saiU
canC is still and A-
ore jmbic ] good, the ITObabilities ; Bill witbiu three months, or the BUM wfll be ta-
there I Putnam, John
which at
have been effected, and at are of of Trysdale,-G,C Thorndike, A Pa- "
.
: making a grood crop corn cetty, r.jilAdains.- > kenaeonfcadeIL ; ? ., 7 : --
tfiw day"many cedar aaJ other Irees covered Four Mren. -CAUJOSA'IIATCHEEIlloridaAprn20,1lS51. and cotton are greatly in favor of that which : And it U farther OrJcred. that a cop j ottbts

with moss" The crossing over to the ;- >5 is planted now.over the old Btamls.; The Arrivals at the J*ck ouyllle Hotel.ICou order Newspaper duly certified of the Eastern be publi Cuettit he4 'to.ct>Florid oua pnbli for

South side of Ibe Yrwr, probably was to Sir: In a former' communication; "(dated heavy rain'/which fell on Saturday.. week SrBtTFFrspTOf, Proprietor.] *, the rpace of three xaeatM&] / .*>

known the November 6 1850 t had.tbe honor' greatly benefited theTrofts Points"Coupee. "M& 2t.-Cot Shfnc-, Col Hatching,MrlJrokSJt -' March 21,1331, ?(Signet) .
what was called and formerly as ,) : tojre- The Madison Journal saysthat -in that Tallahassee: C Sarainer ,..Capt Bathes, Fla; I 2I1O.UoUGL1s- ;

"General's Mount," now .disappeared from >ort to you that the Indians were,.with' the parish th6 weather has been''most unpropiLious 22,1.-Mrs Julia C Thistle; Key West; E Bock- : 'iudg.&s43e.
man, :.TN -Ieees, F1aIr Mcintosh Miss '1 CECTIPT the above to be&trueCop'of th.
Jle.iIntosh
:the encroachment of the sea, but which was exception ns / of /a i land of 7. *about**. twenty, within for the crops.The.Miruleri Miss Breraer, Mrs; Ilowland, Savannah; \i-\-\ Original ordef j thab r-tUti|
and limits and also' (La.) Herald of the 24th nit. 2M.- B.Stenteyant : t, s. eade.Vitneaa my hand* and Uio
be some ten or fifteen years ago the p'eaccable1; ,that wasinvestigaii Conn; iJI j to seen says that a great deal of-the young cotton in :J P Sanderson, C DibUle, Flay air S r p>n2ton, Seal of said Court tU 27th day of
itvas in all probability at ibis spot that the the"caseof. the rbov, Daniel his[ portion of'the State is dying, from some lady and two chil.lrea. B W 1VWLfi l4Taflabas_ MarchlS31. 3.-*ScAKJoiopcf
"monument was erected"* of'which mention Iliibbard, woo wasmissicg since'August 6th1850. ,- cause p L other, probably from.the.cold. damp see. lass; T J II Allen.Saddler Md l3irna";X5 W\Jenkinv; Mej H Weus, - : 'I
; via <24th-ain ,
i je madel The river discovered by Rilault'it I now hare, to iuform you that, in weather. McIntosh, child and servant- Jacksonrile; : Jamea Iri.'tlife; Pattern: Circuit'Coui,

AedifiUnce uf."seven leagues from the January, I received information that the boy Trie VIRGINIA Stewart, Pottsburg Flat Cot 1itus ..Cot O'Hara, ,' -. X.>-u-rat- .County,Plrt :, 'CoxvtxTios: Basis of Empire Mfllsfla2-TbornasTumljn] Ga of -- "- -' *wtenx -

May fiver" and called by him the "Seine" was taken by two or threoithe"outside" Representation Adopted.: -.:The.Virginia convention UStcritt, Fla; S S Tyler, Ga; ESeabrook.S: : TcsxKii Tg S* k'ji> -In Chancery..- -J **e

must be what is now" called and known as band, and by them murdered ailojited in committee ofthe''whole C; 2Sth,-ICBGibks, Newport- Mills iFla, Cot : ev-v MAa'-Tri- i.. 5 Bill- -for'Dirore*
G R -
Brovrard Fairbanks Mrs R John
Downing,
the St. Mary's, as that irabont twentT-five On the 13th of this month.'the Chfefs reported the compromise of/the committee, by which Drysdale, 11 FFloyd, Mat Putnam,! U Bronoos, : ice 5T appearing to"the satisfaction of'tL
could have the house, organized on the suffrage basis, Fla; Win Davlr, Ga;F M Adams, 'Fla;' 27th-..1UawkinsCapl that Mary Turner the defendant ia the above
miles from the St.John, It not that all the outsiders (but one) were will have a Western majority of' 14; the ; SadiJer, AV Jt Humphrey, J T la entitled cause, resides out of the State of.Florida

been what is now called Nassau river (as not only-within the linesi but south of Qi- Senate ati Eastern majority of 10, (giving Boswell.T Edridge-.S] S Stephens, Fla. and beyond jurisdiction of this Court,.There
fore
on motion of Oscar Uart, EanJ;Solicitor for
supposed by sume) as that b but about 8 Zoom Hatdiee-whereupon I demanded the the \Vest o"h joint ballot a majority of 4,) said Complainant, Jt it OnfcrttrVfThat said defendant

miles north from this river.. The many interesting surrender all concerned in the wanton and by;whhh provision made that in the SHIP NEWS. appear and answer to the bill of eoiaplaistt
1855, in case the General Assembly of said ponjplainont 'wijhia fourBionths, or
year
and tragic particulars relative to murder of August last. They at. once shall not be able to agree as to the principle ot PORT' OF JACK-SON.VII.LE the same will be taken confessed;: against ber.

"Fort Caroline," render jt 'desirable, that so agreed to snrrender them, and promised to representation on which a re-re-apportionment ENTERED duly//i/ifrth certified Orrfn by the
far as now practicable, its site should be bring them in as soon as possible.- This shall be made, ihe-question shall! be left to May 22.-Scn.'laVbener.ilenta( N. Y. the ia come newspaper printed wiU>ia4h* K* -
sailed .three- the qualified voters ot the State to decide. O. K. \Villeyi Key West tern Circuit of.Flori.laantea week ccostively
fixed. It is slated the captain demand was postponed until the outsiders 26.-Brig Eliza Ann, Cha.se Philadelphia. -; for the said space of four loontft. "-

leagues np ibe"rifer" fcc., and landed-.the were forced within the lines, to render more Dnring a recent trial, a female witness was 44 'Sophia, llyman, N. Y, tie TfIDOGLA8.TuIj&c.

here described, most likely, it the arrest of the criminals, and the asked if the whom oilence S' 4 Braganza, Melntire, N. Y.Sch. I, Isidore' V. Garfile Clerk of fill ;Court do
landing place secure woman upon an 'C Staliu, Pcttin-J ?, N. Y. hereby certify that the above b a ttes copy, from
is thought, was at what is now-called "St. icace of the frontier, was committed, was previously to the affair, 2T.-Brijf Francis, favin, Ni Yi. : the Record* of said Court of an M-detffiaJfl oft the
miles from chaste t "Yes," was the reply, "she vas Sch. Jo-wph Marsh, Itodgers, N. Y at-, twelfth day.of May,-A. Q.1351.. ,.f{
that being 8 or 9 These when received will jg
Johns Bluff men, be deliv- -23.- Cherokee,Corsua.N. ,,
chased about a quarter,of a mile. la -witae&4 .whsrsof herenuto.sat my
the Bar and corresponding with the description gri to the' civil authorities at Tampa, in CLEATIED. |ht L. s.. .hand and aCBx she seat of said C art.Iri .

of the place and view described of I:Wlsboro't Cpuiily, under the orders of the "What's the matter V demanded a vendor May 24.-Pch. John G.Faxon, Hall,-N.Y. c 1831* oEi V." CUasis.; 'Ckf- k: *
of pork. uDo find fault -vitl 23.-f Florida, Jaquett, X.-Y. May 15. 4nvP
"meadows, islands and streams.1 The land- Secretary of War.. you any my -* 4
--
-_ -
sausages
Ping was with the view "u select a spot for Permit me to suggest to your Excellency,, '.No," replied the Yankee, -I've nothing NOTICE. RO"MARION !

a fort"stating it to be on the South side of hat, should these men be tried and convicted tgin the sassingers. Only! ; dog wont eat BALED$ PROPOSALS for building a Bridge TAR.'

the river and corresponding in description heir execution" this place, and in presence dog, that's all. i;,I across the St.-Sebastian* rirer-will be'reeeived A NEWSPAPER- ,bcarinj the abor*tk win
by the subscriber until Friday, the6th of OCJLU Marion .
; beisdnedat e uaty"s al
with the Bluff; indeed there does not now of t e'Indians, would have a most sal THE LOPEZ EXCITEMENT -The Shakpcare Jane next, at twelve o'clock meridian'aeuordinj : Florida,in a few dayai ? ; V; ?

seem to be any other pace! we can reconcile utary effect in preventing further o &aes. which arrived at New York brig the- to the plait which maybe seen,at the office of the So far Whiggery''and loraocraeyarereon-
on President of the Board of County Commissioners
eernedtbo'paper will he feeatral, bot rswtf on the
with his description of the location of Fort The Chiefs asked that this might be done.In 16th in.-t. from San Juan de los Remedied, of St. John's County, in'the city of 5>t.J Augustine Soi-rutu.ic Qvzsric, ,- i -i- ce .

Caroline and the note at the foot of page conclusion, I have to inform you that no reports great excitement at that place, at ; and all needful explanation in relation thereto ; Twllnrsifadisedysnee,1fuot.Three. ,
the time of her given, if mjorred. The person who may contract AJvertisemcot, ...* uu. rte4 af Ihi, snsJi
inst. from
departure .
distance of :he Fort from the munitions (4th ) be _
51, giving the trade in of war has been allowed for building said Bridge will -required to .f y

month of the river at tiro leagues strengthen since tht. outbreak in 1849, and all trade has the which fear was of an farther invasion increased by Gen.by Lopez the and give contract proper,. security for. the 'duo funentof, ; -- hi* for Short eamarunmili frota elflier ilitrtjiTraT
report be inserted, if coached in co rt ous 1anflae.
the belief. No other spot on the South side been suspended since I became satisfied that that five vessels of -Avar hijij ben apeq between E: 'J. DEMEDICIS, in Under the AgricnHnral-,UeaJ, the,f n*e win

*Sde of the river presents itself, about two he boy, Ilubbard, was murdered by Indians, that j.laee apd Neuyitas, "Secy of Board Read Com'rt.StAnpiBtTtte find to valnabla advance matteri-andajiy the Agricultural information'Interest of tending East*

leagues from its mouth, on which a fort and will not be re-opened xintil the sarrenler SMALL Pox.-Tbe Winchester 22d May, 1851. 29>2t or Florida ia solicited front the farmer? *
Republican *
could be erected as the inatsh extends at of all concerned.I says that the small jjpx is very bad in CANOE FOU.\D: --' J.A.Publisher'AX1flEW, andPtsprie&or't.OcaIaMay &C0 -. ..

other poiuts from the high land near a mile am, sir, most respjctfully, your obedient Sharlestown, Marlinsburg, and oilier points ,w'Im- undersigned gives. notice .that: he baa [| G,1S5L-- f JVewsrpUa* eejry.J
in Jefferson and Va. .L caught a CANOE which was adrift, and
the riveri and such is the cast after Berkely,
to you
servant -
which is now in his possession. The Canoe -is : : -
pass St. John's Bluff (or ihe ship yard aJ- JOHN C. CASEY, DEATH or A CORONER WJHLE HOLDING AN seventeen feet loog, by three,wido. and has cedar : S. W.Bakejj j jATT

joiuing) going np the river on that siJe, till Cvptdin U.: S. A, <$ Special Indian dgcnt. InQrr.sT-A[ day- or two since while CorolerAbel bate timbers her and"by proving cedar, 'gunwales property*, antl The paying"owner neces-can : my OR NET 4TL4W- 4 -,_,- __

yon progress about 14 miles from its month; His Excellency TIICMIS BROWN, Kelly, of Kennebnnk, (Me.) was sary charges. VA31ES VTlilER, of J A C K S O S V' 1 1 L BJ iAsT-LDRiDL.

holding an Inquest the boy of William St.Jotiu's Bluff.v :
Bluff it is therefore believed upon -
at St Johns as Governor of Florida Tallabasee.
Tenan, of Ker.nebunkport, who had committed May 2 2d, 1851. 29-3t t'i' Hoa. \\f.: B. f.ora.
well as can be ascertained, was the site of suicide, and while engaged in em pan- March2O.I81. : *

the famous Fort Caroline. The forts *po- .ExKcnrrvE Tallahassee CIIAXBEE., May 18,,185L Florida, 5> neling jury, he suddenly fell from a chair, JOURNEYMEN- CARPENTERS --

attacked and, though a was called died shortly WANTED. M1LITAKYPreemption
ken otis having been by Captain Sir: have. the honor to jackudwledge the surgeon -- v.
; -located Ration Island afterwards.WIWIIXCTOS. fjnilE UNDERSIGNED wishes to employ imr Bight '
Jikely at *
were
Gonrgeres letter of the 20th which
recepof your. April, JtLmediately six or eight Carpeutern, to whom'5teady
and the General's Mount; on"ijjposite came to hand'by the mail of last night. TVRPT1SI. employment will JESSG.4RDNER be reasonable nil :c-' taxi Orrj.cs.

fides of the mouth of the river, as Jt appears that the ofneTffappearance MAT 20.-TURPENTINE.- w.ges. Apply to : zdl1LjN
Jam glad to understand ,cause May 29 ib, 1851-St Jacksonville, FIa. of -
that both: these farts were "ihree miles"1 Since Saturday morning last, 1739 barrels y- ORDER .TIIATthe-ia>eral vfcw?; of ConJL -
of the lal, Darnel! Hub- oft8tfr
Act
gress, in passing the iJeptexiber.ISaft .
the month than Fort Caroline and of Turpentine have been sold .at $ .25 for MASONRY BRICKLAYING I PLASTER-
toerUfaioflieer
nearer bard has been clearly certained, and that re- granting 'Bounty.Land
Dip, $1.30 per bbl. for Hard: 1C2 bbls New 1NG &c./ i- and soldiers.wb -hsve been engaged the Military
that being the case, it is not seen how they here is a jirobabJlity-that the perpetrators of Yellow Dip, was sold at $2,30 per bbl.and c sendee of the United States,may Jbe carried
UNDERSIGNED this method" ;
takes
could be located elsewhere. No trace of bfcl. riIE out, an-every expense.to .VTarouitees. be.
any and wanton murder will N'ew'Virgin Dip, at S3 per : '
so'onprovoked intormin the puhic that be i rcady to doBricUnying. in the benefit
lar
avoided as as obtaining
of the works is now lo be found-not .a -delivered Dp to be punished. I trust, my SPIRITS TURPENTINE. few small parcels iTzssonry, Plasterhig'Stnceo Work, ; granted l>y the possible.gratitude'of Iheur.eowitrj for

rock or a stontror a ditch remain to mark amounting to 30 barrels, were sold at &u. &c. lie will furnish plans and'drawings, faithful and patrioticservices J and.'*tttm ya*
lear "sir! that you will impress upon 'the 28 cts. per gallon;'larger lot, we believe, when desired by persons fur whom -he is engaged OF time to secure to the hardy and enterprlang settlers
the point-it i* staled however, that the minds'of the Chiefs, that any unnecessary would jcommand 20 cts. to execute work, without' eitra, charge; lid ia on the Public'Land thie fruits oftbeir industry
well known to the citizens of Jacksonville as a :
works themselves were levelled to the Refers. We hear of sales of either and privations Jtne, Secretary of 4lhe Interior
irocrastination in surrendering the men con no competent mechanic,-r l. ground. At St. Label,about six miles be cerned in the murder trill be looked quality- for several days past.TAR. already for citizenS of the-place,he refers"to as an is That public notice be given t all jettlfts*
upOn '>
low Jacksonville to be the remains .-.67 bbls: Tar were sold at $1,43 per additional evidence otis qualifications.: -' Public Lands sijee1.to-privsteeutzy.U> .come-
are seen as favoring their conduct, and that the whole bbL, andlS7-bbls. at SI,50 per bbl. {>!5- Cats and Mould for ornamental Blaster- forward And file their Declaritory, statements,
of a triangular embankment, but whether of tribe will be held responsible if the murderers ing also furnished JO1I tVk.ltS. within thirty days after making their settlements
N. D. To Planters be would be DOS mncn and improvements as required by the Pre-efflplkw
remote date, connected. with the troubles OU1t tAflY. say
are not promptly surrendered. If.sur experience ia putting Sugar Batteries, and solicit i Act of 4th September,3341, so as to secure their,

of 1812. is not known.At rendered, I think it probable, that the Judge (From the Southern Christian Advocate.) work in chat line, confident that he can give by their pre-emption rights,and prevent. interference.'
Died 21 Mrs. 3t.tnr E. SAXPEKSOX the satisfaction. Charges moderate. by the location o(these warrants. J ;
,
another time to and April amplest
,ifagreeable .
you of that District will consider it necessary 1J.L And that all warrants maj be located pon tLs
opportunity offers,.I may extend on this sub aged 25 years,tea months and three d-iys.consort land applied for; if snbjct to private-entry OB The
should be tried in the
that .they County of J.P. Sanderson,Solicitor for the Eastern circuit Jacksonville, May 23, 1831.; IjTPATTES'S 3d March.:1831,without aa affidavilu to whether
ject. YoTiw&c.-1 here the crime committed. In land ia improved or not and after having
w was regard of Florida. She was the eldest- daughter of said
-Tarrant4Ji&U remain ia the
MAYPORT.St. located
in the e'rentf their Robert and Mary M. E. Harrison of Amelia Island A CAI.D0 been so ,
to yoursuggestion, conviction 5. bands of the LanJ Officers at least Jorty days.If at.the'end .
Johns River/May, t.8i1. I entirely agree, and doubt:;.not-cthe Ha. She united with the O. S. Presbyterian -HOTEI. the of time-thereis uo interftreace by

Church in St. Maryg, Ga.,iu 1312, bat Hading those locations jrith pre-emption claims or other*
The Govenuneut chartered the Cfacent Judge would appoint any place of execution i Mel EDITOR: As the time is fast Approaching wise;the warrants wiQ he' returned to this Office
some of the'peculiar- tenets of that Church, > when the numerous invalids who are now enjoying at
bat if there is such interference,anew
City steamer, and held it for some days, ofccered you might suggest, where all the Indians not according to her belief, she thought she could the benefit of a tropical climate, will be departing patenting location win; be made. "
j .7Warrantees *
,and; manned,from our.,service, for the might he present; .or, if thought necessary, enjoy"herself better in the '&!. E.'Charch, and for their Northern homes,permit me HOTEL *tointroduceto. Co., S can locate theiwirinti eo thettown''preemption
.their notice.PATJEI
jrarpoM a* is supposed of cruising after the I would give an order that eHect. Had .the became a member the samsyear." She was a ," located on the corner. of Greenwichand"WarrenstretsTiew i claimed-and- 3ered rights mC-peblxf where tb.lda1wo.Ia1ePJ1Otiw 3d-

Cuba ..fullblasters. She was.afterwards relinquished other;murJerers :vhen .they 5were delivered zealous seeker of religion from the tinu of.lier York; which'h'M aeqairod i March, 1351; and when the ouaimnm price of the-
connection with the Church natit within a few a most enviable reputation. WILLIAM 1'Arrsx, land is more than one doflarsniLtwentyVeeeflt
been handed to the
the expedition. being to all appearance up, over authority of daatli whea she obtained that Esq., the proprietor u a young man who jioaee'ci 'per acre/can' pay ta ei 'the difference but ween
at an end. of this Siatej and tried and.executed as you days a hope every requisite of the gentleman-one of the the cost of the land, DAthnamoimt covered by
maketh1not.juharnad, bjcaxo the lore of God few who finiu tie way to the heart and affections the warrant;estimates the aiBliE* per
suggest, the examplc'would have had a salutary who visit his HOCSE: 'Board$1OO per dsyHe .
Columbus and LieutRafoton. was shed abroad tile heart by the Holy Ghost of all ,. acre. o pre.einpioflirighattaebot to the alternate
Capt. Cookagee win certainly the mos&agreeaIile'to: all the United"State
influence.'T'ri .- eecUOD4Ns rYe&to *
her. Sooh -the natural
which jtrasiren ;
: Ga inot customers. llis'lab-le fixtures are*the most delicious aOroads Canals.
ft iUlon; were arrested along the rottUs of H or
"" ,* * $ letter rcpeiitlr received from the Secretary oCher tlut sio! ever Ills house is situated [ the
? -* j ; timidity ;tempsrataaat, characterz beautifully ,;where application-i* aisde to this OfflSaVr thef:
avahnah under fhe charge participating of warVheeays f'J have'no doubt thatthejiidiaps fosnd great diSlenca jn exercising that faith ih its soa1' 'psxtors, it long dining-rooms; warrantee ta. 'locate the'warrant- the.applicant

in the late Cuba movement.. 'The fprjper ispmjer which is the victory that overdometh the worldIt ;-'' its airy dormitories;""*nd iU ample halls and passage -!, should designate the Land District, teetion of
glllj 'remaining jn> Florida, are a echoing to the ;peo ipsv.waitew,-and the country, or partienlar tract'"on whieh h.'w Be*
bond fa; Disappearance.The pource.of and injurytoiti .Site, was always a matter of great astonishment' to guests coming and deparUnwltt; besleakfqtthll the j; the location made ; and where the'trsfct trtrpeei-
annoyance those beat urifT oronnctor,*sthon1edWOrdandsrcaekof6old. would be wcfl to ..thervro4edbat
her friendi, aad: particularly acquainted'with affable : wneroos -' fiedit designate .several
Americans at the World's Fair i Jn and J regref exceedingly that all the'fforts liorj; tnat""shs shoall dmbt' her 'aaeeptacce ... t $ said j intheordet in ,wbich they in'

London, wbicVopened ibe rst of this of this Department to prevail on them to migrate VUh Goi, for br :plet/ iras pforerbial -Jac -.; 1851.:A'QU1LT fec" ; ease the warrant thE tract can first he selected located shall upon have the been first of taken tbe*

montharefreparted; : to have made--rather a have, thus far, proved unavallingi from lier girlfiood.' ]ShJ could have participated i3l 15 others which may ri. vacant witkent fitrther d--
[
in all the'.gaitiesof'fesilodiblff'Tife! if she had JfEWtSPMKGT" &OODSt ] ,lay Tn theseeaec1kes4aYit of the applet,
poon&ov Some handsome carriages are The Department will however persevere"' iij Lot taken before,tut iicete6taprtent4.bainhster:
et&ind offew
Germans and these does ii'ot chosen but those -ivbiitl64"ha'l no. eharm rfor "HE SUBSCBIUER has i baths that he Is tt Jndentical psOUIAenttOn'bin
pur best ipeeimens.' The Aus- "effort* and despair'of Jheir and.'extensive sjorment> ;
< A'i -\ *ps%. tfplaye4 'to rgreat advantage The ultimate*succis" i i Rove these* effort-f-f i, -wdlbe in it did she"meditate d y'aad nis'at" la the Ready of"j Mad,C'othing-of the latest c siylc:"6 SO j The ssm rg1eamuss-b.eopLied with where $p.;
[
mttHpfpl; f pectacle.waa impoVmgi The persevered in,and that thj Indians.will be course of a eohToraatlbn tVo writ of of this obituary lug} s.* Coats, as'd- -: Pants' do.< r'fleatioa) ,.byietteris'msdW:iVheresueh application lb.u Iit1CtLani1 made by the

fnefil paraded tbe ircuit of the pavlllion made disthictlyio nnderstanJ that they will IjaJ with EeTV faVweekjTb'aforc. her decease,eha >Ve ts, do'Shirts-Faney [SO) 1 Attorney r ; Guardian,Executor&e, the evrfenc'
i-i iii-ipxfr.-fjn -Lt.i-tjkf'rtf'A< himUiho: ,' "" Linen, &.e.PanaW3ijIat5, ._ certified, otthelrsntbority to act. mast alsaecOma3' '
thought Lord woili surer duly ,
crystal palace. with a magnificent-cortege, not pe permitted lo.remain in Florida; and asked '- ; Leghorn HatsShoeSS1flO5', A fi A J the appUeat1O St1 SI"r .
and ascended a. thronelrom which she. de- fibey'doti a reasonable lime"accepi nef Io"dl6wtthoai afull erldanea of pardoag 'HeIt4teitoher'hordiln3tjtliiak 'I sortment.,Also,a variely.oiMusi o ,M;* (3] By aciaueia3st.eettoatbe Art makiag ap
tit..Being asked _*. .Ginshams, Lawns, fChangeableel4aeji the -of Government
fort
*4fveed, rr mplime tirpeecb.1is the favurabie'terms of the General Governmenf. 1 Lustre.*Silk Linen and Cambric Udksvlton---1 of propriations endinz-th svppovt Jenej.ap
-" : jt byone-ofiitt f. aiJya short time bafore her death fothoJ.ecal3esr; ;
rUmbrellasFans
f the Far and ieinove that ness Gloves and ?Mitts -p rasols CflCfed that no wsrriuIfor
: tbopenmg will *
-_ peaceably force In tha af- of
t4 sho'folt1 Groceiriesconsistins
.t&f tl- ,;'-.i, >ii ?.\ *''> if follr pre'pafeasJwx.aHswered: fee Mao, it fine assortment $ BOcuLV1nd-beQd ud.r the 4e1 ofth
57jnrc* IAt i Reported En be,resorted.tq lor.their fxpolsum pr, 4estruczon raL ',. a Ao UuKiiiid; fa New York'.Cttjr Cured lamsj September, 1S5Oor irirtne| of any othersActoQngreu
for thjeope prth State wJI'Tiolbaar AfemomeuLtterwsn1switbonttetn : *- --ilaooe1ides 8hou1dem,1Fn1tenMsrket rc. ,shallb Jeeatail<.oa.any towhicb -
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faremtnt. TheNeyr:YBrk Express has the | 'notqto BtikztQedSa1D1onSmokedBet, 1 had not therolofoe beea brought into market
tlolTowing'extract of i* letter/from a very with them .much longer, J? a 4ftvUj! sAhiuerflgstedsh rem2Tksd he waexboid Wft? ;*T*ologna':.Cair-gC5Cod; Fish, ix, and then subject'to-private entry; so that ne

pectableourcedatedflaTaria, May 18thH ,' feVjespc! t,jgufogdtaerjaiiC'; Li 1iirriendefr.o ;:: MskerelsiIeTfisgI1't4.- (23( ] land con be located *edetht Bounty Land lf
ISM 'i ( neetber zJreaveu; La1Ijbreiituug, JrunesdriedApples- i < i aMj J8BV.otany4>ther Jaw grant'JIndV
: rL : '. six
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tt\ 0 notinoxf whethrrallJlh'ej piratka cif S thprsyr;4'IOra resivi- 'epfrit' gar.gigar, godat.Bo'r ; [131 proctit ed and offered pr sale prior to the 3d cCMarch.1S3L
p expedition has yet suffered lhetfate; of 4batJH e_ : S AH'isi'd* pIr &m4tlfnaxpreuehIher doito44la nand"Lemon,BiMnrts *n :. C

wnichTjjaVeJfiow.to pve you Indiaii: Agent. .. Y : choLtraaaiwere4r 1rser, edhitPodci$.Th3eSa1t,1 Iii c- .'- ;j. tJTTEaflEL caiosrT
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1 A called the iledora is tiboni sail *
ship
ioit' r i to Bhe.was tilid and'hoLabteb&pa 4e; L ''& -&t-k i -
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oarazigaglat; sea4ay-befdrs-y s which< has tf tbpard>fsmaHVitteaBi npnie,1inleit'ded -wta.4tifta4.fe4r't&nd. .yet gavcu ..ifg'bttt marketicca.- '- -- 't ofOcan&13a1Sts.Jcks : ;
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frotn hi o j Vejih. .the'anchor pumDAhip.lopaie them to theessflbJ4rtrd ix'.Veir-, -3-- f n. >Iar hihi .
terday,whh renJ tbir'men own gave t 0 acodrding 20tlx.!
fterPZt b t t ,tLnd do other ban! Ingihatmav .. e' *' '* ?L.b nt2tbarsof sgetIckesrr1ee'bIse- -
be'required, addition to hoistingout4iii t '? :-MlfeTeetaMt&mx1mrsru.aw abens L
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wcc4t JI jtPe1arienter'c.5i --'t'-. TMe crsatbort'M LIV"MIdt
try sooit cleared Ike 4eckL ? ( ;) ,
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brntbicjm Cihc at4 tbisc ; ay 2U-.tin ; 4lt'irsrd suntd1vowherf3I as I4 se4e. -
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1,060 pounds 8-Inch wi t i iron spikes pr pound : '1 doz iron braces and bits(20. : ,,15 .,."l",::tliieNO_ I "" !'io1 ; {marginal bnea r sa :fh 4 .-.zx R.. t. ; "j-JT sTz1 ; '. .

$860 do -5-ioch. 'dod6 do bits) '" ':\:pr samp pr doz i :'5w dodoi: : 2- -?;d&o. ,1 Oeia'best'qn8)ty') ed j.' r', :'r AtOEYCOtiNELLO1t'AT. ,.. w. ; : OIf..CIs"A'MS", ;W S1I1N. '

,:1,0:00; > do 6 pennv do 'tills .do 600 bath bricks, J j '. *' per piece ,, r5'1o;' .'dOO' 25; "-- dO I...V4 "
: ; :4'roU 2-inch No. '14::iron screws per 4 doz carpenters' compasses3o pr doz a'c1o'd :.jdo'S' I ,27'o: : ;5 reamsbest-quaVlog paperj&: ,;,' .ao" :WDJ attend to any professionsabus w.entraji.ed .'. .t: yl, J I *,! .

'gross ,, I do patent balances :'do pr piece .'500.do. ist- tee1 J. tI.2inch&1Rt" ,. 2 jUD1s.beat" quality envelop &..In' tho:Ck urU ot:th.!Eastefn Circuit, !!. f

; 14TO$1144flCh, 'No.'12' iron 'screws 1 ,do:smiths' calliper do pr_doz under, assorted :do paper; ;:i': _' doc1o.: : and th. Supreao Coari at.T.U.\.... ;Jle.haS ContlauetO f $' ,1
> firmer chisels assorted, ... -2 dozen, I 20 best t.qnaliiteel pens gross prL 'm: teaca.i.
per pu, 10 do, ( ; copper)\tea. gross pr,, also such adTaatajtwns *onne tionwitian: ,, .
; 2 dozen '} ..!..'by .-2 1-2"Inch;; Iron and handled, from.1-8' ', : kettle pr, sample'pr dot f '2 gross tquI1Itylla: r *.-- able Lawyer at Washinztoa,city,.as will ensure cemahDd.. ". ., .. ,.!" .9/1..'... ."H ...c.....
: inches do do ,2 .lead ,pencils ,Faber .' cre r aD1 v. .t- Mn' "
)butt hinges per dozen pairs2dozenpair ..inch to three .) do.iroirtea kettles ep. dol i ., collection'of such claims at : Jo-
and speedy
: 2;'by 3 inch iron till locks; '1 do silver calls' /; .. dp' dodo ,3 do iron stew'panr(assorted *._, i i"i 'graduatedi'doz 'dJo' aprompt the United Claims arising:ttOlllrlHA4Jov. "_n --:
hands
1L'tr4oze. 6 do brass cocks-2 doz I inch,' '_ ..izea41, ?,- do Carrington's'patent'iolling, may bo.placed.;iajWa ,against or:Mexlezn J wan 'f Invalid, =_. ;.

vl dozen>joiliiron doeet locks (6 'rightand'41etoP 2 doz 7-8 inch,-1 doz 'l do'j;iron pots 'do *do tf}_ ,".*_ ./ ,.'' ':: : .per. doz States. '. ; y payV kr'3vie;'i'esioaBoiwtyLM a"t>.

? ; r dozen \ -'. 3-4 inch, 1 do% 5-8 inchdo; > :t' 1 do diaphragm.filters,8 ,, 3 doz box wood sandboxes'- do ,Sept., 1, 18-Ly ,jSerlpr,:n&itfutri/t Fsb-H
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.1, dozen, assorted iron pad locks. keys 6 ,sets dies_ letters and figures, -, T :inches diameter: do.do. ,2 double'lojc: slatesc. .& .' '?"do -'. I&f7orMilcag &ugus 10,1818k 1flgssf Pay"

to differ per dozen. .*% inch i. do per set '.CLiNo.4.Leadand:7ifl- : ; 2 doz'single : do :do2 f' :J. P."'JAlI'DBDSOll'. 4110,nMlPW'C_ J -& .

CLASS No. '5-Lead and Tin. 1 doz cooper's compasses. 'VI dot I 500 The sheet lead,'3 lbs to 1 foot Ib 1 doz s"ecales *filled*, -dos maxET '45D' covlcsxLLotA 1', LkWi;, lionet.lost and',Uiir,&.."1"UTor.ift". '-. .

b 2 rolls milled lead, 8 pounds to the foot 30 Ibs fine emery do.pr to |. i.0O0do do 4 'do per 110,50Odo '3 doz ivory pounce boxes' -, ..'": do" HAVING' nmGi cflati ftice frOTiCOIninlLa penie el Incurred by Volaitetr. Wonr, lij1.'
do .
e 10 do coarsedp, do, do' withpounce' to Jacksonville, Dura County, toted .tad woirvoi fiUo scrrk; W"m4-
5 do' do .
t gay 1,900 pounds per pound: 3 red wafers t'per Ib
4 doz 8-inch flat bastardfiles pr doz ; : ,12 lbs best quality respeetfnUy'informs his friends that be witt continue tets.*ZUITIIinJtSt$' 1 JM: aie
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> do do '
do do
milled ;
rolls 5 the
2 lead pounds to foot : 4,000 6. t'd mathematical in; IIiIorf.
12 5 do J4' do do. :dp do i" cases : the practice his profession, as formerly Ae..*. ,
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1,000 pounds per pound 4.000 do do 1. do do : .
say dO'do stsuments \ cue y
20,000 pounds English or East India tin, per 3 do 10 do.? round do dodo ..dodo, 4,000 do do 8 '. do;; ', _' do 1 dot' erasing knives 'pr pr'doz H. wm attend 'a'.each aad 1 every Term of Havings the. forms .necessary i>r 01
do <
i pound 2 6 do do 8 11 1-2 do do do 100. feet, drawn lead pipe, 1 inch '2.doz acc't books, full bound .doperM, the Circuit, Court in the'/uera1'Conntles'ofthe presentation.of claim, .together with j.Ute'rait*

2 boxes double tin 13 1-2 diameter'* Eastern. 'Judicial ..Cireuit the County of and regulations:'governing'the.
x by 17 in-. 5 do 8 do fine flat dodo do, 'do ,, ;000.slate pencils" d&erattJrpert.
cheaper. box "do 'do do 150do drawnl lead pipeII 1-4: Hamilton in the Middle Circuit; the ,Supreme mauls,hi prepared to undertake aS ekias/
do 10 1 CLASS No. 16 Brass.
3 .
5 boxes tin box. inch diameter do at U. S. Court at SUAugustine. what 'wew that
single x per do do do do Court Tallahassee,and the kind ; may require.tke serAeetof

,. CLASS No. 6-Skip Chandlery. 6doll 2 do:12: do do" do do 150 do drawn lead pipe, 1 1.2, 1 sheet No.10 brass, say 50.lbser. 'pound All business entrusted to his care' an Agency at this place.I .

inch diameter: do 4 do doL12 do 160jlo dq will rsceire prompt attention. I Particular attentioegtoo-the
best oakum lb. do 12 round do do dodd proper svtUe-
6 do 8 ,
1,000 ,
pounds per do do do .
do 15"
do
2,000 lbs best blanco block tin' Ib 2 ,60- / l -"
) JadtsonviSt; men'of Qult m Ute
; 10 barrels pitch bar. 6 do 10 do' do 'do do per ; Address-J. P. ,&RDWSOS, accounts.
per 2 do do 19 do 50 do do '
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1,000 do sheet zinc, thickness of: Duval Count, Honda.
5 do. tar do 6 doll, do do do do.do. 1 do do 22 do 20do' do ChzrgeimoderateandregnIato4by the saovaL ,
100.pounds spelter solder ( grained) per 3 do 12 do do do do do do sample.do: JacUolniUe,Jan.)71S50. c' tf elaJmed/a the, extent of serv! s rwjuirsd- **
do do
nail do do 300 piff All communications to
pound 12 do gimlets assorted insure fausrUoi,
340. mil
5'boxes X tin per box poundS.. 31eZ7EEN. elN". All, be
i 50 pounds. ,refined borax per pound 4 do firmer gouges handled ,' poBtpaid.HI
10 do XXXtht.do CLASS No. 17 HW.
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inch dodo
; 2 do
CLASS No 1-Palntl, tfc. 1-4 to ATTORNEYATLAW;
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.t' '5 do- socket gouges,'handled, CLASS No. 5-Compoition Sheathing Nails. 100 cords red oak, clear of rotten' WiLL attend the Circuit' Courts the'E&J tem I ,Oscar Hart '
white lead in oil _.
1,000 pounds pure lb. ; .
. per 1-2 to 2 incbdo.. 150 Ibs I wood and fungus, with bark on cord .
1,000 do do red lead, dry do 3.4incJi'composition /: pr Circuit {'the United States District Court at St. .- l T T O*AN? TAT I.A fT.
do 1 do carpenters' guages do do sheathing nails per. lb Augustine; the"'Supreme-Court'at Tallahassee; Office aP the
700 do Spanish whiting, do do NAVY'YARDTPENSACpLA. D Second floor at the Court-bout.
do do ,
I do sadler's hammers do 1-inch .
3,000
composition and Claims for cltisens in any.part of 'Fol'l1&h '
400 do do Spanish brown do do prosecute JkteL
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CLASS No.
', 300 do do lampblack do do I 4 do claw hammers handleddo, do sheathing nails Hardware. Florida against the Government at Washington, WILL practice far the several eovatietefa
i do hatchets do.do do 50 patent composition brushes from
i; do do 2 8,000 dp 11-4-inch. composition either before at the Departments. Eastern Circuit '
do Congress or
.Florida
100 litharge do I of; and..attend
toll
500 sheet horn largest size do pr sheet sheathing nails 'do 1 to 1 3-8 inch pin-bole each ; '. *
1fl I2Ogallons do linseed oil, ftjADDBKSS, JadaonviOe,Last ftorida.. collection.claims
raw gal. against
1 per 20 dozen brass screw hooks do pr doz 3,000 do I.3-8-inch composition: 12 3-4-inch. brass CockS'do : 1 Ua s. \
10 do best varnish tf
copal 2 1850 ferric
for
May Military and
dp do *
do
1 20 do do clothes do do do sheathing nails do 121 do ., < 1 o e
100 4o winter-strained eperm oil 300 pairs 4 inch brass butt 12 oil cans, tin, (to hold 3 galls) do property lost or destroyed by b l
CLASS No. 6 Glass. tp a.
!1 per gallon hinges, with shifting 24 carpenter's batchets' do .S J. McUofcert Baker,' AlsO, c1toi pensions

: YARrTGOSPORT pins do pr 100 pairs I 100 feet best double thick glass 3'do2en'ropingneedles 'per dozen ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT UJlACJSOliVILLE the .lu. orphan of.ee.1 t

NAVY VA. 14 by 18 per foot 25 lbs 1-8-inch iron wire Aim,claim .
325 pairs 3 1-2 inch brass butt per Ib E.TLA. lor.1&11& .
rthi CLASS No. 1-Iron, to be of he best quality, hinges, with shifting 500 -"do best double thick glass 6 monkey wrenches. each diers,'and t1on and .deeeassd
oficeri
i; American 16 by 16 do WILT practice in the CO1its'of the Eastern or .-<
manufacture. do do I and
; iZ 600 Ibs. 1-4-inch iron pins CUM No. 7 Flax Canvas. CLASS No. 2-Ship Clumdlery. Circuit in Hamilton county of the Middle Circuit Ilm
square 320 do 3 inch brass butt Also, : to
i: 1,000 do 5-16 do do prlb.do 100( paint brushes, assorted sizes .each;: in Benton and HiHaborough counties of the w hi attt' eoBveyaadaf,
with shifting 100 bolts No. 1 flax canvas to examing and records
hinges, : and
.%t 3,000 do 3-8 do do do pins' do do p sample bolt 50 scrubbing brushes do Southern Circuit, In the Supreme Court at Tallahassee claims to dUe u
pr pr 24 short-handled tar brushes do in the United States District Court ld .
and
do do ,
2
500 do
dodo 25 do desk hinges, I 1inch 200 do No. 2 flax canvas do do AH business to aim wiQ jneetw&k
1,000 do 2 1.4 do do 12 log slates do fer the Northern District of Florid'and'wU1 ent
long, 2 1-2 in. wide to 225 do 3 do do do
prompt on fautnoaenU
;
1,000 do 2 1.2 do do do 10 bbls. coal tar per.bbl. prosecute claims against the United St.atel1letore att a a writing
2 1.2 inches do 125 do 6 do do do I
pr I .
open by .him with
800 do 2 3-4 do do dodo 1 dozen putty knives dp pr paiiI : 100 do 7 do do do 25 do 'rat r do Congress and the Departments at W abiDg ). exeted. 'neatnew'and, ..|

500 do 4 do do 2 do shoemaker's do do dodo 100 do 8 do do do I 25 do pitch do Being located at Jacksonville-for lift;he will 'Jacksonvme; .. Jm. .

.? .. 1,000 do 1.4 do round iron .' d6 e ::, 1 do long butchers knives do (Each bolt to contain 40 yards in length, CLASS No. 3-Cotton Canvas. give his entire and unremitting attention his ;- :18SL '- i: -- '"

1,000"do'* 3-8 do do '. 'do 3 do do sail. do do dodo and to be 20 inches wide.) I 25 bolts No. 2 cotton canvas per bolt, profession, and all business entrusted to. bJRare. .

2,000do 1.2 do do dodo 1 do butcher's cleavers do 20 bolts light raven's duck per sample 20'* do No.4" do i do shall meet with prompt attention. ., -/AMEiM. ;' BAKER .

1,500 do 9.16 do do 1 do pitch kettles do do per bolt .j 25 do do4 -do r do Jacksonville, August 291850.' tf '.iTToasrriT. nw, "

C. 11.000 do 3-4 do do dodo 8 do tishing lines assorted CLASS No. 8-Cotton Canvas. 20dodo5 do -do liianr; Columbia Co.East Florida.
; do do
15,000 13-16 do
some cod 20 do do6 'do do A Card. .
3,000 do 1 1-16do do'. do 150 bolts No. cotton canvas pr sam. pr bolt L
2 lathes complete with 2Ododo7 do '
turning 75 do 5 do' do do .IKTETOIJCG to leave the State,I have transferred 3f.
2,000do 1 1-4 do do dodo tools do pr piece do 20 do do' 10 do do WITSJllm.tJl .OBR
50 .do 6 do do ; my professional business to J.MCR.OBEKT BAXEK.Esq. .
do
i,000do do 3. -. do do 4 dozen log lines do pr doz (Each bolt to contain 50 yards in Each bolt to be fifty yards in length. and ., Attorney at Law, 'Jacksonville'E.F including .To .1U":
r 1,000 3 1.4 do do dodo length,
do doS
800 'dp 1 by5.l6do flat iron 2 do pitch mops and to be 20 inches wide.) twenty inches wide. all such matters as were entrusted to myeare lfao Columbia Co+East Florid*.

4 400 do 1 by 3-8 do do do 2 do iron closet locks 150 bolts hammock canvas per sample per 50 pounds flax twine per lb by Gen James A. Peden, of which all interested 1'WHISX I 'j.Ow.,
inches long, 4 in.61 50 do cotton twine do |l
bolt will please take notice.' .
200 do 1 1-4 by 5-16 do do dodo wide 0,le. .
4 do (Each bolt to contain 50 in CLASS No. 4Paints.. Mr. Baker's business for '
1,000, 1 1.4 by 3-8 do do 30 do iron padlock yards length, reputation diligence: BOAXlDliro.Plewant .

J 500 do 1 1-2by 1-4 do do do do iron closet l locks, 4 at and be 42 inches wide.). l,0oOlb- pure white )lead ia oil per Ib and.attention are sufficiently well established I to:

p. ., 1,000doll.2by5-8 do do dodo inches 2 1-2 1G -: 50 bolts bag canvas per sample per bolt 100 do chrome green (dry) do ensure promptness to all matters in his hands.This ." and genteel accommodation t tistb

I 500 do 1 1.2 by 5-16 do do inches wide long; (50 yards each 48 inches wide.) 200 do Spanish whiting do transfer is a sufficient manifestation of mysonfidence persons fe can be fovnd.atHn.FlATARD'S >

500 do 1 3-4 by 3-8 do do dodo 50 do iron drawer locks I i CLASS No 6-Flax and Cotton Twine. 50 do lampblack do in professional ability and b tegrit]. -the old :Jaekwurille hotel' ;(which ku

I 500 do 1 3-4 byl -4 do do CLASS No 5 Zinc. ," been thoroughly repaired and.renovated,)ss.:
300 flax CHARLES P. COOPER
. 2 3.4 inches long, J I pounds ,sewing twine per Jb site: the .RepublieanoffleajgtreetJgioo-:
do
300. 2 1-4 do
by do do 2 1-4 in. wide J do dodo 600 do cotton do do 1 hun' pounds 32oz. sheet zinc per pound Aug. 29, \85O., Attorney at Lav. East .. Oct.1-3i .
do 2
300 by 7-8 do do
dodo F1or
200 do do Ve.
needles .
do2 800 seaming per 100 whipping twine' do CLASS No. 6-Copper. -
1,200 .byl do do 100 needles do 200 do flax seine twine J.JIeROBERT BAR Bit.
sewing .
; 1,500 do 2 1-5 byI4 do do do papers pr. paperperlb 2 bun' sheets 18 oz. sheathing copper JAUKJf ,..t7JUZ.IV.AXKo. ..

I '. 900.do 2 1-4 by 5-8 do do dodo 1,000 500 Ibs.do 201.30d. iron do'cut do nails dodo 1 CussNo. 10 Ship. Chandlety. say 1,050 pounds per pound Attorney at Law .Jacksonville E. honda WWtAkeiv., .emr.:BaySAVANNAH 1trt*,

500do21-2byI-4 do do 3,000 do Od. do do 100, barrels bright tar per bbl 1 hun' do 22 oz sheathing'coppper 'NOTARY PUBLIC.Commissioner -- .- .GA- ,, :

1,000 do 2 1-2 by 3-8 do do do 2,600 do 6d. do do dodo 50 do black tar do say.624 pounds do appointed by'the Governors of ,. traouESAtc- 4sn.r- -- -v"jr..

1000do2l4byl-2 do do dodo[ 300 do 4d. do do 100 'do pitch do 1 bun. do 24 oz. sheathing copper the following States to take Testimony,'Affidavits fl4Y JAR .

700 do 2 1.2 by 7.8 do do 500 do 20d. wrought do dodo 30 do soft turpentine, virg. dip do say.'.hun' pounds per pound and Acknowledgments to be used therein, : JUACT1Y' '

3,000 d 1-2byl do do dodo 200 do 10d. do do 2,500 lbs best tallow, in bbls per Ib than' do 28 oz,sheatbing copper Maine,. Virginia, '! > .W ,

.. 4 \ 1,000 do2 1.2 by 1 1.4 do do 300 do 6d. do do dodo 400 Ibs best beeswax dp say 817 pounds do Vermont North Carol a, J.p.ane'Bdilt .., az .
:
\ 1500do3 by 1-2 do do dodo[ 200 do 20d. copper cut do 1,500 tbs spun cotton do 2 hun' do 30 oz. sheathing copper Massachusetts, .South. Carolina kinds of .o. Stores and_Raaftfi> "ef

500 do 3 byl 1-4 do do ,500do12d. do do dodo 200 lbs composition for twine do say 1,751"pounds do, Connecticut, Georgia, ALL most' Cooking patterns. for tirflfatw

500 do 3 1-4 by 3-8 do do do 500 do IOd. do. do 20 bundles cooper's flags 5 lbs each dozu 5 bun1 pounds brazier's copper 60 Ibs New York, .Alabama, hotels and ships; and all other 1.vesfor. peeler .

F 1ooodo3l.2byl.2 do do dodo 300 do 8J. do do do bankS coo line fine pr piece to the sheet- do Penn JITania. Misssissinnil. halligr pnbliojplaoes.'of.Sheet Store Pip and eYerl'-
.
} 200 do 4 20 banks cod line 5 hun' do 1 1.8 inch bolt scription Work'lIII atao&iee.Foree -
by 11-8 do do 300 do 6J. do do do stout do copper do Delaware, Texas. ., and Lift,Pumps-Beer Pomps,Lead Pipe,
i,000do4 by 2 do do do 400 do 8d. do' do ) of stout 50 bbls rosin per bbl 3hnn' do 1:3-l6do do do Maryland, aug \ Y' Tin Plate Sheet Iron,Wir,Galvnolae4jo.j..

500. do 4 1.2 by 3.8 do dp dodo > wire for do 10 bbls coal tar do 3 him' do' 1 3-8 do do do Cuse porcnasers of Tin .Ware can V sup ii.4

500 do 4 1-2 by 5-8 do do 200 do 6d. do do ) boats CLASS No. 11 -Paints and 03s. 5 hun' do 7 do composition Valuable Land For Sale. at prices as. low as they eaa baj {aNew TeA rebewhere.
Orders from
Florida,Sooth .
t 500.do4l.2byl do do dodo spikes do .CaroCaa, .
10 M 3-4 inch clout do M I for the the '
pr Agent owners, the and interior, are solicited.
t do 4 1.2 do do 30,000 Ibs pare dry white lead Ib 3 hun' do. 1 1.8 do composition AS undersigned o f-
1,000 by 11-4 per '
5do1 do do do 200 do do ten for,sale the following valuable tracts of 'Aug.29, :1 850. ,|f
300 do 4 1-2 by 1 3-4 do.do. do 15 do 1 1-4 do do do litharge do sheathing nails do Indto-wiLI ,
I .2.0004104.1.2 by2 dodo do 3 doz '. 3,000 do do red lead do 1 hun' do 11-4 do do do2hun' The Low Tract situated at the head of Indian '

I .1,200 d04'1-2by21.2do do dodo 'mounted roping! palms, 1,000 Ibs best .red ochre do' do 23-8 do do do river containing five hundred acres more or lea ,FASH16N.MJ- L IqN .

400 doS by 3-8 do do pr sample-pr doz 700 do do yellow ochre do fifty do 21-4 do do do Also a small tract of woodland in the vicinity
3 do of the toWn of Jacksonville
seaming palms Snbsertter
do Venitian containing thirty rube wd"mpectfflj,1nfor
500 do (
red'
1,200 dO5 by 1 do do dodo do fifty do composition rivets 31-2 .
acres.
p mounted do dodo JL the citizens JaeksonTflle and Us
: 1,000 do 5 byl IJ-4do do 3 do sail prickers do 5 do do Chinese vermillion do inches long, 1.4 in.diam'r. do 1 Also a tract containing one hundred acres good> that he has taken the rooms formerly occupied Ttetaity

t j000do5l.2by7.8 do do dodo 1 do pliers' do dodo i 300 do do chrome green do CLASS No. 7-Iron. I planting land,on Pablo creek, near the month.of. by Col. Sanderson as a law office where"bein*
2,500 do do lampblack in do : I the St. John's rirer. tends carrying the
oa above
2,000doS 1-2 by 1 do.do pap's business in which
t. .f 300doSl.2byll-Sdo. do I do smoothing planes do 5,000 do do Spanish whiting do 5 hun' pounds 1 1.2 inch. round iron I Toe above tracts of land win be sold at reason- he wilt endeavor merit a share of the p
dodo
1 do grooving do do do ol#prices and on good terms.- Address '
60 do do chrome 2 huh do I 1-3 do 'do do S patronage. He vB keep eonstaatlr oa hoad a
.. 1,000 do 5 12 by 1 1- do. do i'dojack do do dodo 100 do yellow do 1 thous' do 1 7.8 do do do ': Also one half of the dwelling house and lot of choice UIOmon' .of-one French.JBroad dotks,
COO do 6 by 1-2 do do dodo 1' do short do Turkish: umber do and in Jacksonville, near the Court House square, : $MiUL5SS, Vesting Trimming 'b.'whisk
cooper's jointed thous'do
.>500 do 6' by 11-2 do do 15 do do'r stone do 1 1 do"do do being the same which is occupied by Joseph Fine-. will be 'made, to .order on the most reasonakio
: -' 500 do'' byl do do dodo planes do 10 do do sugcrt" of lad do 1 thous' do 7-8 do do do pDt Eaq. terms. : JOHN.HENRI.
::: .
2 reams sand paper per ream 5.do 1 thous' do 5-8 do do do Also two hundred and-forty acres on the east 'JacksonTffleOct.3d l850k '
do
ItT
di
sienna
I o do 7 1-2 do do .terra do
by !
side
of
; 15 doz bras flush rings do per doz 5 hun' do 1.2 do do do Fleming Island, on the St. John's Hirer, ,
4,500 gallons flaxseed oil
pure raw between the lands of Messrs.
per gal Lewis and : S
sail George
4 do
rubbers .
do do 1 hun1 do ; V..LlI'c& $
do
1.4 do
:MDooponnd. 15 do do. sweet oil 'do do Fleming; about one hundred acres of which '
.. 2,000 do 1-4-inch plate iron 6 feet 3 do 2-feet folding rules do do 2CO do do'tar oil' *, do fifty do 3.16 do do do hammock, and about thirty acres cleared.- are SEA ISLAND ROLLER COTTONGISS.,
2 do sounding rods: do .11 5 hun' do Also an undivided one third of .
4 the late
.. 300 do do fish oil by.1.2inchflat iron Mrs. ;;_ '' ,,
30 inches Jo
long, wide i do 25 lbs iron rivets tinned Sophia Fleming' dower'on '
5 hun' do Fleming Island- nnbo '
do a in .Sa1tftrtber"hegi1. Worn
500 do do 31.2byl.2do Jo tM
of
20 sheets No 15 iron Ibs spirits turpent'e do the St. John's
river
Ib
1,000 a beautitulloeation.
say. pr 11-4 inch JL. of Sea
long Jb 5 hun' planters Island Cotton
do 2 1-2 and the
per by 3.8 do doShun' puV
5 do do
do No. do spirits of wine do Also undivided one-third of ten
20 17, ay 625 lbs do I doz about thou lie,that be can supply them wiUi 'Us double
steelyards per doz. 100 do do do 2 byl.4do do sand acres, situated In Nassau .sad
All the iron must be of the best marine)lacker do eonnty.xm Nassau single ,
quality,
.40 do steel iron "
scrapers 5 bun' do River, eztedding to Thomas
I 1.2 do
[ by 7-8 do Swamp suitable]
American to be made from charcoal bloom. SEA Tsumdtou.u: Pyo Cries, .
t .r -. handles do do CLASS No. 12-Sperm Oil and Candles. 5 bun' do for turpentine; smU skirts of hammock 'r.'
, tt ; 2,200 pounds hoop iron, 1 1-2 by 1.10 inchperpound 2 do Gunter's tcales do best wint 1i.2byl..2do do in Fr nM P.. F iin..' .. .. ;granted No'doubt is longer entertainod.they are ftest
r 15 do 3 thous gallons t r.stra ned.sperm .J. ROBERT Gins In use, and the Sabscriber flatter kmusfi;
i I II 2 'do hand saws do do oil *J>3 8,650 do, Law BAKER from the general satisfaetiob he baa CITeD for,tie
per gallon perpound Attorney Jacksonville
,.500 pounds boop iron, 1 by 1 l-!16 inch < Fla. last
I'. do wood do, framed do do seveDrears he will receive their .
I V .' 6 thous Ibs best sperm candles, 6 the pound 1 thoua'do 1-2 inch spike rod iron lb fNews copy tf.] support
perpoundi per Prices low.and the GIna
2 do made of the best
do ma
saws do 5'hull' .
t :, campus pound do 2 by 1-8 inch hoop iron do terials .
i (To be full. of the above dimensions and per JamesV.. and workmanship. '
L f : nbt less than 22feet, long.) 2 1. do do keyhole hack' and .pad- paw do do do do Stearine candles will not be,accepted in. 1.hun' do iron rivets, 3-8 inches ArroaNKT'AND Bryant) BOZJBS 'AMD:BaciHir' '- _
do
lieu'of COUNSJLLOau.uwtvm
long 1-8 inch diameter for sale
sperm.
, ; do cheap and Gfu.at
too lowest
f CLASS No. 2 Copper. 2.do spoke shaves do \ attend to Professional business .
do CLASS No. 13 -Leaf for. 1 hun1 do iron rivets 3.8 inches in the.Courts rates. > '

r rI1 f '4;000 lbs 11-16-inch bolt copper per lbrh 1 do bucket do do do 200 sides best long, '3-16 in. diameter do of the Eastern Circuit Florida;and ia the Federal r- Agtuta' ,_ ".

r ,J5OOOdoI3-16: : do do idoin do do do quality bellows l leather, thin, Court.for the Northorn District of Florida. VIUJXOSOA.. : Ac03TACentrerniage.. ", Ga.,
M sailmaker's 'use- ,200.lbs .CLASS No. 8-Wood '.lUUJlI'OUn.a ; ': -
It '1,500.40 15-16 do 30 1 1.2 inch iron cut say "
, ,. do sprigs /per sample Ib 1: bun' cords oak wood ALSO AcciiT -- : N. A.HAKPEK.'Sarannah,G; .'
2,000 do 1.5-16 do do ; perM per cord B. F. SMITH Charleston
per era1' S.
tot'p Business In the U.
. "- 1 doz hand'sbears do 100 hides best quality rigging}leather, I 1 hun' .do ; State.,.respecting .
. IL .2,500 do.l.1.IS' do do per doz ,pine wood do and R R. RUD" Co.&E. F: -
ilk .100 sheets, 20 oz. sheathing copper 2 do sail stabbers do do say2,000 Ibs do Where the article of.Lead Paints occur grants .donations of.IaJ- -d- ;and-" .'the locationor S. B. THOMPSON & Co. Black P.,

I 1.t. .. Bay 600 lbi do 50 pounds brass solder per Ib 20 sides Best quality tally leather; pr side at the several:navy yards, offers 'will be received telling thereof. ,T,O.HOUISI Jc Co 'J'ackaonlfl.EJ

. I.. ., 500 do' 24 oz sheathing.copper, -1 doz breast stocks per doz. 24 "d'do bridle do do' and considered for the supply'of'an .' ALSO.;jAcEsr A.PA.TTEILSO"KING,Burnt Fort..*,.Ga., J
A.DnLoauDeslenGs.Jn
f t. -'j: "; 'say 3,500 lbs do 12 gross'2-inch, iron screws, U. ? do do: .'harD ssdo' do equal quantity\Zinc .Paint, the bureau for.the' collection.of Claims 'upon ,the .United ;_ ,. S..Fn.uk c..,i8.'",,

"<:'*..'100, ,do, 60 "sheathing. copper.' Nos.12, 14,15,16. '30 buckskins ,..f per skin reserving the right.to select.either kind, as SUtes for .Militarj'or: other ,servicespensions, GEODE L. Baowr.wpansvifls E.F...
drawn :wire' 50 sheepskins, in wool rdo it shall deem : furnished Wjr. DELL; ''M > 4S '.
saJ.l,75O do prgrosa il most advantageous for the pubIC supplies. :.volunteers, and for horses
.or
-4,. ,. A (All to be hot rolled.)' 10 'do 3.inch brass screws, 128 fet suction hose, per sample, pr foot service; other, property.lost, for which the'' United States 'A..W"TD3Uf.QC.J.F :. "
I
10 sheets braziers' 3-8 ipcb'wide 700 feet, J leading hose do; .do I .. ;.r.W. s.Orante Springs; E.F. ,
r : ." copper, each 30: do JMay 9:15la'\\4t, . ... '- liable. .->: Apum15 Co.; King's Ferry sad Traders
-4L '
J' '
.. : 4 do 21-2 brassecrewvNo17 do CLASS No. yGooZP ': 4dr di '
lbs3Oby6Oinchesuy 14 l Ji11.
;
-East'F1orld, Jrm ,
,
,
;" ., ,i, 300 lbs do 20 do 11.2 do do Nos. 11. >, ; 100 yarcs.'green baize ,, THOMAS ,yAN

15 do braziers' copper, each 35 -"- : 12,14 'do 100 yards. pr yard t Jacksonville :Ji tei. ftCk$0flVllleMalCflUtltute. .; M," .G. aoI.. k.'W 'n
"Ii i at*:'.- Ibs:30 by. 60 inches, 20, do. l' ''do :doNos--- fearnought do THE Subscriber having become the purchaser i : *- :

_.. -.-. .-'j.1',,.,,,. 52.Slbs say' do 8,9,10'prsampledo' 50 yds black cotton velvet, p..sample do HOTEL sole Proprietor of this weft, .known ,REV J. SWART,rA. !L, PRINCIPAL... : .. jfatice '.'
,
20 dozen respectfully Informs the ;
FrJ. ( :o do. "braziers'copper, each 40 8 do .1-2 inch brass screws, .* -, 50 pounds spools shoe cotton thread No,; 20 do ;pr, doz that be has added to the former Jwuso public'wen\-odcl generally .k 1 1A 11 persons Indebted tbLEatd.asa.{ '

1' -, p. k. \'. Ibs 30,by 60 inches say '' Nos. 4,'5,'6,7 do > do ,/1 piece black rcJotb' do. per Ib' more comfortable rossas, with over five hundred ,1. ,0iir: ? 2SL both ht. Ber$.. deceased,.aro required to
'
: .e' 800 Ibs"y do '1 doz measuring tapes, stout 2-1 ins.' feet; front, with plassas l in front and rear.making Orthorraphy, Reading Denning,;'Arithmetic : make immediate'pa.tto.undersigned Md:

rtI' .J, 'r } ., 1 piece black now 'will enable him Geography Grammar. "
'rJI I\I"' ;: S iron haircloth, 25 ;,is>' to accommodate over ,' History.Compost : ara requested to.preIO &h JIIOwI7'
: r: l w f- f '. '._ 30L'. 60.,.inches. say. .300 welded thimbles, ,assorted- pr 100 '.wide: jj yards 'do v one hundred and fifty persons. His table will be attica"Elocution and BookiCeepInS 00 IIhlnth time iweacrlb.dby 1&w :t
d'lQiuilworste4bindinp
' ."t ., :' 100 M 18 tacks' under the Hither branches
.
1 4 1,200 Ibs do ozpump -per.M superintendence of an experienced orao.EDIliah.M&- .. 1HED.liOLNDEzitor.., .
.
20 do 5-8 inch '' do do house-keeper of the North, bywhoss' cal and Scientific .-- .. '.. f'epL'l9&Ja.'d 0"
"do
copper cut \db aid he flat course,
I -'tO \ ; $00 ,
: ..dp" ratierscipper each 70 30 do 3-4 do 'dado'. 'do '75 pounds,thrumbs, fine& l long do per J Ib ten himself he shall not be rivalled by any Hotel The Ancient Languages : -. '.; : '. 1000 .- .' .'It n ".
Ibs
I 1- ; 30 ty 60inches'say'i in the South beiag now enabled the 'A quarter .
by constant consists A..tfttftla
40'do'.7:8" : .ea.1
CLASS otcleeawe.kI&nd X
No
,. YOOlbs dO do doJo'do. IS- la i lrg.. steam communication with Savannah and Charles $ two .
j .. .IO ; ? : ,5Q.4 G'1: do do do .. do 12 dot books ton. to have the advantage of the 'easiontadayi 9tolta.n.toSp.m:: S.IX;months after diU, I'ihaflpr '1'
1IO' braziers' each 80 mem leather backs fine markets of Exercises n"liTnnrthi ... .
commence X
copper, : : "U *
.4 '70 oo' 16 oz iron :do.do do those eltini., T.' >_/MIM/\n__n.__. >_>._ V.._IaA._.. -__..__, Yebsrjnezt.. H -------J. u. coutasndechersto' tho.Bofe Jadf**;
lbs 30 60 ; : &" .
by : ?
inchisay seUkateatiaa
8ampl dot ments,in roorteforDttTaleoantyfor final
v '> r per connection with the Hotel a : .
.t ,aft all
; ., 60 do.14do times January 2l83L-
.-- '800 Ibs- dot 'do"cto"do : 1 dot 3-quire receipt books to furnish fine hones and CAniacqtor the .fr.f Administrator of the esta&t. OIIOba. Middle'
l \: (Say 4U8ffbiMdt in all of the trailers', 35"doi2: do do do ':: full bound: 's. *_ do" 'dol. modation of bis guests. ,, 'v : ,: accom :,- ','DI..OLl1T101l' : '-' ton'deeezaed.A' '*' .fr = ,.

.6J&op"r. per pound.j :1.doz'(I large] bench vices..(Sa"i: i 1'.doz. 2-qu ire .blank..books ,' The increasing reputation which the climate" of' ;ffftHB j 5: THOMAS, *'3ONE1

: r "'It. ";: : 300 Ibs). ; >'er lit .::: 'full bogn4"* ". 'do" do Florida",possesses for, in the estimation of the medical *, or COPARTNEESHlPaewloforeexisting i ,' 'Sept/IS.. -" ,. ,..r- hlia. ,.. ,
2c.3-Hardwars faculty; the euro1 of ButtogonlJ'Eyta jumite8i; >rin : : 1" p. '" "
WfF /:' 1 do'han.a: .rices ,: 'per doz .,8.doz 1 Qiie.JJ} bOOlC( ; consumption and other Hamilton .. -
: : ,: pulmonary diseases,has, 41 b mutual ..
induced. vast .. .
a iueresM .
.Lw4 2w0A4IeL 'i': .1:'do wrenche consent u .'I ,. NI..eI..aJ
.riampleprdzdo screw 'tI' '* ,..balf bo 4.,.. .dQ'do 4 r *.l t this atate'duringthe &BUFFINGTON-
.ti1 '' :.J. do""ft. .n. 'handl-.I : .** ; fall I <: .1.- .,,, 10. Euv.a.u,, ; .roTHE.'O 1FICEB8"4N'80 JlZU .
'assorted: ami mont.hajoUhow"ho.Jeek".t.i..u.fafforded i, -
I.. .P, do .. ... pr'sampleprdpz .reams monthly idoJpt'rWn: bya :Itcksenille i ,,'-
.., t'J't1A : '4oi ldo'' '. 2 atmosphere j'and la view of thil.la, F.bl,18506tftf OFI.T1lE:8EYEIU.1iWMlSlIINCB
J. 'do 6setszmcweightsfronijoz: ... reams weekly returns ..rdou do: ,. ? I .
:
\ "iJSf1 k****,*!"* that. W.. C :
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: i
.. .4dclampbrusi* exertions TJIB.REYOLl1f'ION'
do do 5'w: \io-l: lbT.- / "ptrfcti t 12"teaais.I blank reautsitiohii i i -*: ;iho-patronage which shall be.: !4LzINDh'oRs.: ,, .
bestowed :
JrIi@f'10: do hand >
'- scrubbing braahe.'do .do seta. iron weights; from. 1 Ib 'daflyezpendit uzea' .36 .do< upon kirn shall ,be ,wIthout'regrdtoofl'op' : .D'dien ". a'ottoagress,oMen sa'ssZ.
nCUlE
,n.j.6 do {10 knot whitewash '> < ,,; : UNDERSIGNroVffersfersaleavalu. (who kayo not r eeirtd4tf .sit .tItW
.. ] do do do :* : to4ib: :do 5.Ibs. India'rabber.ini-l-ozs" ,? > penae.... : SAMUEL IJUFPINGTON.-:' JC, able tract of land ) .
on XAk JessunJ BOUNTY JJtNI> .
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I E \ >; :on the : rfbr serrioes of mot
: do..ItiD.r'do : '.0. dodo .75 gross lamp wick,wore ;per'gross ;pieces -t .*. >dor per. Ib. :', P.j Octoberoyi ; ':Jf' St.JObfl&fl1Teroijtjgof5fJ &ores. Two mor*:the widows,anddeeeased."ar :minor,bIim.
: '
"iJi: Jalatbnuhu.OOOOAfte' < 'Ibs "*; thousand 1ft.Aid..rate. __ _.
20 4dozpintiottleblacking '
',J copper wire, No. 15': 7'ierlk r '-< h&lD1DOOtPd.'eqsl k afao eutrtlfd.ndrUk 1\e
J f r' po1III4)i40'r: : : If do", *. iloj do -,N ..t./ .M dodotdo ji 4 s*, 5'st qualityv.: .. ,;: ', -I': pcrndoz '1 :\ -..iCj'Q'rION" .--y."t.'$ any ia'Florida; beautifully sltuaWdoa'& '.., :&t;., i''
and
-Pb, -. "A' Ltnonssrebersbjforewarn.'l admirably adapted to the claims of those Interested.tI"
.t.3 &tJlltiet bmlies (0009 eoarse1 : 20) lf4tn'dfaVietefido ':1"doz, }4. P&fltll3OttlC& $ re4fl"" .Iron tra totton. -The culture oTeano and bees.ac7" .'
cLdInt for position this ed In oOa
M J : or buying not large.body of fertile pul4io
.' 1- r tJ r"I r do ; 20 ,i dO.i.dOi4: 1 'do: ., d'i :'i''.'ink, best quality ,Jt" ', cW. cknfped toMra.'Raehel tvea'by'th.nn, 'D4 i land oa.tbe b&akLotoUtzrIgbIs river in sueh matt&rs '

-tJJ.., 1./ltteOn.rUt1ei, ., do'if"*; do4OPb.i43 ;r 2o4o' ,; Al :'dd14 ...4 ;dO, 4,1o., ;: doz cth.bi 2 HolesV2 : 1 f' c1 Jag"tSo latter partVAugusXlS ,- ';Fortl DSl ,adds"satiy.to.ltt:latr| 5Lfjda i and nuket H fsittes'to tbtJIY..i;
A .jIt ,,dodo 1i.4 Iff.l' "-: .1' } : One1l10D'1a after a. kble oWect f f one w. largo *.o* $IQN5. sndaavs
{ O :brui-da' .N 0.3.; uO ?1doIaiukiAndsTbole'do': & pore ,. .
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', v19;fe'hxkorr feroosjf "h"do. '''.t'dod{ "t' :';: .J" ,,' .; t wh10ll said,note 3ssg8S& "" rtaStott S sgs.jttbseriber -' ? sn&awbe. ,. M' .
c10 :
: ? .T4.de: 'do ,5 dot penkaiYe3l&4 blades ., .,.,__ sisooffers -
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: t&U'4beto": th forvsaleJOOWseres : iciseeiAW1esisri
"' ". .f' Uutn'1JD _
; : -oldo M .do-- dodo 35dithdoS. .. n I' 4ti
: "to' .< .."d,. 0 PI" '-.tlt.'K. f" ", '"d'. .. 0'", term. Dot to pay the 1'Dou.J. on LakftiMonroe:oau. 'J.batvsrwcl1 rop$ UoD -
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\ *" ". .".. b AI :. :J5'aoJ: do..t'4o : 3 "do : 4 z'ivory paper Holders :1-:do 1 .n.'. 4i t f8 t J. : &>', :do 35. dof 'c1o" o":4": :30 reams best qualityfoolscap ruled ';" # T1lQ1ftS'ROBE1TS' ,:.n.' ." nott. "&ri4tI1riIt be toI4 on liberal terms.:.. .l-. .""1".1,'7'-t C. :, .. t.

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