The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: June 12, 1851
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033813
oclc - 02707282
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System ID: UF00079922:00085
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Succeeded by: Weekly Florida Republican

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made gallant rid erected and the priests watched rnsb g1'ot" ,Ud 'y.b.: Uw" -. ?ia t&OPIcsSuse tL .4_ .
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charge: soonjrouled them. 1. '
whobzve.UaY uea *be : nt RAILROaD. .
Bat few if any: no :8cr '
lest it: should cease and the Q in" ... : :..... '
'X ionaiRoad in JW mbu.t.; mnemlier.tbe Having killed! seventy-five, their;number. their faith should expire, holy. -:. s fifty cents,audef.you r .It becomes' every man.' of ordinary discre' Ja' *Iettee.Te.L.. ..:111:' -

famous fo'the.mountain*: near' Jalapa,' MI'tate?severaf prisoners, amongst: them To this sacred spot thousands. of- i : I die belt rittela :'than::.! d tfonto inquire _wbaV wifl be the. probable l oar here' dairf otderto attoct public agentiea
pass deed several' :roficen,- :>1 adiDg' Col '.La' :Yega, pers repaired, 'that' in 'the' strong*nor Ibeeanai..l' consequences of any act or measure in wbifrb to a.very fa>pmta t project fcf fajprav*. -. -
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the scene of blaodj : presenee: hil he b meat in which bur
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many way;etMerins' to engage. He will city partkotertyjaftrested .
ve.-aow_ remmed oar march, towards perpetual lire they inht ado -the ; do this very .
there daring the(war and,for years,preTlon r J ulapaandarrir essence and. the Infintt Beinjr of. .:niao"iLD. ollu.- i imperfectly, unlessbe takes into vjew'_ not although will oe also of great valor r

5bengtbe, main. sland of the.pattiots,dotingthe I there:In two:"days without -, wasatsymbol. ,At theootof< .tb r:: only his owrt'opinions;but.those l.laO'of .all Golf toaU-tbast"cocqlDe which' .enter*the
; ; ; leTetthe 'iecture-room other inte of Mexico.
revelation 'where defeated' any cti1ficn"1_. .A military. commis-. alope.wu'g ua1 andlmst fd'L- ., ._ ,f ? -tt '-
they Royal an We have
to:a seat by the.:, What,then.let es ask will be1 -5- written dcreral times on the im
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+ ) order of .pathwaywasd6thed
by thecomnundlhg
army of Spain, and. 1rhicb..tbi diligence. t tl around. him.. He .was in ble conseqnences'of'secession l South Carolina mense. importance of; thi*.rtt and .cheer-
;driver. always eater with a secret horror, officer to try the:prisooer* who ,where retreat rerreshing shad aSbrded. T hI tter'& considering it in eonnedion'with the folly give-;this;further: testimony hoping: -
: bad broke their paroler After lair aDd impartial come during the ascent; bore ll pit.in'the opinions of others that it will stimolate! oar cHizenato dojonie.- _
a great centre as well
not knowing what moment will hi their st.'Tna ; fruits and the ,. as our own.., We .
trial CoL La ga'ri. sentenced ; pilgrims de'uoutlypaid ;; ,which were several profess to believe ,that she has the right to thing i :worthy of_ themserve*;..od thtir &lr' f .
here Canales Zembncd and other to.be .;' to the priests. who kept the altar,and 'of parts ,oli'a secede,and that the Federal Government ban i city, in giving eoantenancejand ait, s 5 : ---
Guerrilla Cb.iefs.had often attacked train shot Having been onder:my.,charge .a ed :'these sources_of enjoyment :on no JUr. ,
oar ; 5-- Around thl".tbe,1eata right to oppose_,her. Be it O. Let 'us Pwoyim*-Upon the eve of;mjr de .
and, Jut not least the famous Padre Jaranta portion of his:_captivity, f now. ..determined way.With' ; : a U1,: :Tbe ap assbme that this is'our conviction.But it parture from Tallahassee FJa..berw-.r .

made his and *aid no American to visit him,and found..him in conversation a, cbeerfulbospitality these" :.- ;and. after is'not"Jbe.conviction'. :of the Vnited States. side, the Governor of that State sent me the ..
appearance with his andJovely wife non also provided drafts of 'minatei be- tamed- to Secession .will be .. by', ...."-.....,. enclosed communication nfljKt'tilt' : .
young who butafew. apoa
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train could and that he sent : : lifeinspiring for
ever pass was benrages the : Government 'Tb 1 which tBe citizens of
i :; ,: so certain thaC11r: year city are
to exterminate the 1Iarbuiau..af.! the north* .,.weeks<'before- bad become' .his bride' ,.,and. le med' :to be tAxed to the utmost 1 : is some of;the new:'fash Cbms in his'Nashville peeeh says, "it to ber deeply.interested. I know vapposed flot bbw

All communication bad been cut off.between [;.who was now,heaping imprecations the fort to' gratify: the'th;:fancy, lobe plenty of meat would be a fraud upon. "tbe'people boWs more aptljrto comply with GoY. Brown1 re ;

Vera.Cruz and Perotevfnr Jalapa Lad been beads of all Americans U5ir, you are one of appetite of the throng who ascended ; '*; the waiters;and difierentjanguage.**; ,We most then,'assume quest jhan to ask you to publish his letter
mountain-top and who'.needed / also, in forming a of I to tho d.tb .
those who would Christopher: Columbus ; judgment its consequen your paper *amewa* hastily
tear from him. '
abandoned by our army for .want ,of"suffi- me JUayall by the war.' The old and young, we goin all on'us. to ces.tbat-secesaiOD. will be opposed by 'h I written and DOt probably designed for publi .
dent force to garrison it, and CaL La Yega, the curses bf Heaven' light on yon1! Bathe and, the .female,:were"each, !1'. FederalGovernment-that-ngbtor;: wrbne cation ,1 think you can not fail to perceive

who had been.released.on, parole,_of honor grasped the hand'extended tq. him,.and torn, and as often refreshed passed ." the government will believe it to'be a duty-I that the railroad contemplated across Florida;
after the action *Orro Gordo, had; DOW bade me mind her hot; he complained sal of the altar of their adoration.: I I spbse we aint to ee that the laws are'executed. It is as n.-' connecting the' Atlantic with the Gulf,..a
The asct.nt became more t the'victuals therefore, to ask project vast moment the whole
: his b sleep(pd yonder. :cessary by what'means, to nation--
another force adba taken op his quartersin sentence, pronounced it just,ln t. on as"tbev-advanced" toward- the--- -*---- '. ef.I don't rit it, .i _Vaft._ and in what war. WllJth. .*nv...rnmn..*'.. and to New Orleans morethan. anr n'-.
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the city/ News having arrived by a friendly bis own.' people! ,.who had'caused, him, to with ot-rehewed' ard ibey pushed OD shillin'in.my n7..trousers.! Washingtonoppose ..the eecessioa .of \he city. -I hope yon-will examine the charter- '

Mexican that a train was preparing_to break: his parole bitter: indeed-were hit toilsome way; The 'mountsuR, \," said the student. State.- :, ; *-....; (of 'wb :.h.1 send you printed copy)and

start for the city of Poebla, and bearing that. curses; V for (said he) if f.bad not done-as! o1ntairis is.every,where noticeable; : been studying medi I will take: it for granted that the mildest call the.'attention of ;your capitalists to its ,
delicate and sweetly scented; flowers the l.berarprovision.i to the: ,
means, quietest way wil{ be chosen-' very .end that thi.
a large band of Guerrillas bad taken a positron did I:would have, been branded as.a coward; lovely,fruit trees gave place to. i e! oh, ..haw-yoen git that the Federal Government will be as moderat great work may be commenced and eoaplg-4 .

at the pass in; the mountain, Captain bad rnejrer been-u-- influenced by_ my,friends- | ting rocks,' and an uneven and"difficult none 'cepta-fiuJe.boss in maintaining its authority as is consistent ted with the promptness and certainty uhiflT -. ,

Walker's! company was started Perole would Wj e.here nok.5.titqw; :I Imnst; S way. The'soft.gentle breezes 'woss than ,the doe- with the due execution of the laws- is importance demands. Allow me to add one .. .
: more-felt but chilling blaSts..of bat Coffin reused.. that i it will be 'particularly careful suggestion to those contained in the letter of ,
meet Jate rlQrfcive'baT: to preach not to -
to aid the train; the Padre had taken:'good: ;iny:_ Dne rfgret-to sive his, Gor.
currents! ,of air i 'alternately pi -medicine! never bad transcend its constitutional powers. We can Excellency Brown.:Vizf? It ia be.
care to fortify this position.wrj J and boHd a leave.her who'bat for a few days only have withered the pilgrims: \ ', 'cept one summer,when only conjecture what it will do. Let os try. lien4that this road will bring'into use and

stone wall across the road and cot'the:road Call.. Ied" >y-own.: iB.-_ t1omunow.. '. d. I.,shall' leavetb'swcddforzben '.'_ There:was an ilJllsory-eft'eci.in the .-warraated peurly:veg. The Federal Gorernment will not'march render valuable lands'now wholly unproductive
on each side to form a'ditch to make::?t >;ms'' -(one j 1 ami: preparedto phere'of the mountain, which,'-', ten-nothing but peas troops into the State, This would be a measure dollars, tJfthe'.value of five.or six million*of
; cessi ve.step.was;measured, and each":' : !I'.' of violence' inexpedient and unnecessa ,.and thattheae.lands will be granted
ltet my.GoD :CouWIT yeas '
passable, leaving just room enough-oiJ ut see my cone.try' reached sullIed the pilgrims to ) snorted out so loudly as I ry. It'will.not establish a floating Custom by Congress to the'company, during its pre

wason to pass. Thus having; his place as traitor"hung'a! 'I would.be the difficult portion of Hbe ascedt had I : "of,the.whole" class; House as has been ;supposed,'because' it: session.. -- .-/

he termed it, the Trap" he now laid in ambush .I content,"--alluding to Santa'Au?a.), Manyof accomplished..'"Looking upward,the* ;i stopped,his cachi would be clumsy and inconvenient- secure -I :Commending this subject to your-favra.

for the party. Late in.the evening -of his friends noicaxne: ,tc.ee..huzr 400! Irwithits' brilliant flame and the was tt general,laugh. the.revenue. ,.it would'merely:abol h ble attention, and tbsoaga'you; to the favorable .
i ing motion of tb'b at ihiias-if Charleston attention theoi tieus of New Orleans
understand, matters Georgetown ,and Beanfort
a beautiFul day in August 1847, the gallant I many a scornful look was east.on i e. The fore-them,like the deceptive-Uasion" him if be...knew. .where of entry for the time being. ,- .sports I 1'remain your* truly, ;: .'';'.' '

Captain and his hand of .boys as he used to ,,day was to a dose, and his. .Mends, .bad' all.' mirage, lent..to the mountain.sl* ,' ."" '.* -*- ,Thepower of the- Federal' Government M4A.WN. :

tall them, sallied forth from the castle ot Terete taken s1asisaii c farewell_ of _h'un.. :. I, bade which led the pilgrims to pe'ieyere:- he, 'I' -begin .to :think'I under Constitution,to'declare what ports :F niail71s1., '- : '" .

and just at twilight* we entered the him farewell; .he.' thanked me for my kind- fresh drafts at':every stage thoosafids pedlt'e a 'hotel, bat- shall_be portt of entry i i. beyond all doabt ;:,
sued :where thousands bad The act of '1799 : riiirnTallahassee ,-.* '
trodde& Continental determines the;number of '
new, and requested me to see his 'wife to Congress
mountain at Passa la tome two miles .
Vega, theto.5 tho in South ; Feb.7r
Carolina 1SS1-'p'-'J-
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: and he pointed,with eports and elsewhere.
.. from La Koya Here the Padre's picket :her father',bouse.: I called! a cArriage and Toe summit reached.c""f after a %) iskeleton.wbich: bung From -time' totime Congress has changed ,My Dear S /-Understanding that yon.are-

opened a fire on. us, which was immediately ,bid him' drive to CUe- ce' PJateros, where. ,'I cent, a broad plateau or table'land of which had, hitheno..es- them; or abolished them'as'for example, the about to 'make-a visit.to New Orleans,.ami' s

returned From and harried left her,after promising to.use my infldence siderable: extent .afforded. an amplj ? *' i port of Cnrritnck,in North Carolina & knowing the interest.which/you have uiini.fested'with. .*
by us. .the quick .
an immense muititDde reports it was soon'ascertained that the wtheoers.c(1hearmy_ to-have r 't hip) Wide foundation of hewn sfopepthe- here, you! wbire'n- goods imported to"be.,collected ,within her :,.the people of onr-yoaBjt Sale to'a propespirit _

t9YIt" e there with their deadly revolvers;' r pardoned.: We accordinglyVwaited: on'the yrtA raised, :.and.the ascent 1fIt.wu. "- limits. The Federal Government will be.. s of l internaljmprovenurnt sore yoa

the enemy soon gave way and the chase i commanding ocer. He.replied be would number: of stepson, which ere'en ; : College: of driven then to"abolish her ports of entry:so will to not consider me' troublesome in asking?
like ir but figures and characters emtiemaucal ... '. long as the duties are not permitted to be collected. you takewith' you 'a few topies'or the
i save jum "
commenced but the night dark .an:exampleSiriust- -' "Florida
; being Atlantie.and Golf Central Railroadc "
very ,
faith-of \ ,
the pilgrims. .The riests col!:leg'temledsim! :' _
the enemy, having a far better chance for made and poor La'Yega must meet.bis. fate. dotal robes' stood around .aAj: int no .tatern-wnafa'r. 'How:.will .this pioeeeding"bperale .ou thecondition erwbich.was'teclat. the late--ses-- '' l

action kdft up brisk. fire on us doing asa !i I returned... to her at-her' father's mansion,- ; presents and 'offerings brought by,the table-.: of the State and particularly l of the. and ion of the General Assembly of this State. "

good deal ol damage, while we were compelled !sbe.rnet me'and asked if there was any hope; shipiieris who alter their orrq'pns : :specimens.The :City! < All' foreign trade- will cease, because gentlemen to distribute them among --.such influenttial :
over;turned to the sun made a of liver f ., : :vessel! attempting ,to enter 'a, port pther I withbom.yo may meet as* 1.'i.
to fiYe it raiyom, doing bat Jiide'exeration. I told her,her only.:hope w'aiui.Jeafen, token ; I take'an Interest in this
-: than may national -
/ound homage, and-prepared .for.ti deader, you maw"/1 and "a port brentrf.<,is liable'to forfeiturevessel.and ;truly
and.in Him:who JUles.broad-universe' ,pro L--And. if ;occasiou'shouId-oflrt I :
Commerce : .
: by a"path di&rent row that by wb above him; the>Yankee cargo. beingannihi .
Finding it impossible do,;anylting: Inj I for 1AibiS. ; "i"sb, . '. "-sd ..ascended.i, : 1 ; amphitheatre;and bol [I lated,'our merchants' mast o.: whereQ endeavor to.make a correct impression in re
its character
this mode of CgtCJng concluded to charge !i'cir, ,:jojiw'Wi. Amencan. tl" BO?'.doubt. '_ : :.,Strange incantations ;and_riteswere,, : ..Amid the:shouts of do business. Capital, which depend*" on |gard- I cannot to imagine; importance..in: s4Ch- ; :, -". 4
through them,, hoping to.Jo better; or at ::are. Ioilowzngtbe:. .dctatean1youreonscencein.upboIdin.yOurcoontry'.i. < ?the brmed devotees.by the.'priest As the'altar and' *was ; "burst':and'forth.'applause;in mjori., he trade Wharf for property employment will be worth mustgo nothing with;them there the people '.of New Orleans'enterprise.should take-a! .

least have an equal I chance with them. Not I bo oi.1'b: ve a5strongfliewas teen burning at' ita will be nothing to land or ship! Dry docks derper interest Connected with the con1ern-

knowing anything about 4he fence:.being' I'sa J'many:a'harsh' Xa'' against.'you;..andoorwdnjrmenieW with a- transparent:, biDe flame and ':1..',.," ,,".- and'&hip.ards will'b&valueless;there will plated Gulf route of .)from lex;theIOQthwesternf'eoasiofthe :

Across the road, we charged ajainst i belterskelter y t! .ItelTWeebbing immense cauldron.a,constant,stream .-My/son, pinl JVIr. be no vfeela to repair The number of.vacant to the Pacific'ocean the it Ltbmosol'Tebuantepee
; bouse will be completes .
down cam aDd fast.; ere'the fatal sentence is execu fortb7from icb. thepriesta. filled, | who devoSli ;' ?, so large that house rents the fine of
; men hOrse ur : boy was wilt be' entire steam transportation from:
ted I blIbinomore.nsbouIou goblets to flowing and presented tbeni. Mr. 'desire to I greatly'reJuced.. < new.buildings the extreme Northern States 'the .
ever Sprigging on Atlantic-
Captain amongst the former. At this mojnent then would 'be erected, and mechanics must
pilgrims started their rn'.
the tbiukoVnie,donot,hate my ernry'.folhavjnjaoked as they on reta y-my. son, do you. emigrate with the Factor to the Pacific,.passing directly through ,the1
Padre merchants. most
a" brisk'fire ; : .
opened : : on us, draught'whatever it was, bad an come out of eggs!!' city of New Orlean 'Agtanceattben3ap
wounding seven of bur'' and curses on you" 'Orercbmeb 4ng and fatal effect The devotee follow their customers, whose rice and 'cotton .
men-. killing ash the young hope will be for salem other must impress thr mind with the importance
several horses. The & .;.splendid 1 her"emotions,. b sank- back;and '.was:? came ;almost": powerlessl Many lost 1i1'n.eggs came of chickens. i Cotton,'instead sent coming down the railroad of this link .tlle.Atlaatic-.and'tlae! ,_ -

',.\ ;ich Lad: n.presented'itb--hhn esugbt- irf the arms of. her'father I left (hehoase sciousness rest :wandered, and:and fell down and expired. drew.' back from the : from":Ham nrgw U go:up the roa&through Gul1thmonghFloridaintbegreatcbaacoo. .

by his. friends-in- _NewOrIe ns : >nd.- Juutened. ." .to the.,quarters:.cf. my1rietid ptatcaunntiltheycame staggered to the verge.about. :; .to on_work.his.son,.then.put Hamburg of. the to-Agustaind-road between Savannah.Branchville. Thai, and. i uectini'1 have the observed two ocean in.:*a. latennmbet'. of,the- '\ V
S. part
treqa sted him to found
nisorderLuUaewomcpii Surgeon they boldprcipices, over which .
Picayune % notice be.1'foridallailwzy'!
m Charleston :will be unused cnless dbe for
( sufficed fonTour captain follow'me; butwe.jftWed.too.Iatebei were burled into. the, abyss. Some f connection 'with the:railroad convention.
Jo from
; ; says a lady writing to bringing goods Jbe:'city smuggled
bereavement had fatal blow' her steep slope at.which they gazed with. to meet in the city of.New Orleans..in
ID fa111 I s : a &:we":now determined: proven.a to and wlile the ; good the deaths and othetv> es..TcoastwisEtrade 'wouldbe : April' '
they gazed treacherous j :
retreat tolhfi 1 srta'Vega'until Tnorning.i existence usa her spirit bad fled to a better' and pebbles under their Teet gaveway' 'you knew how I love .desrroyed as well'asJhe foreign trade, as 'next thing;n wb welwould ch the 'editor justly'MS.that marbolle &A New: _
woald repeat
As soon as day broke we; despatched oar: world. The fatal Borning: arrived and eve they, were dashed down the rugged ] you' elopements and them thStewiI1tAxoflbeu will of couieto prodoee.undit is' ; Orleans i is the place most.interested in theofiheenterpris4itistGwarda
mur ed places"where not
iroacded back' to Perote, and began once rrthing seemed to.have a sad appearance.-- into, deep gorges,and slowly ,died or, .common deaths'and taxed. f r : sbccess her .
Men.1i women canand; Mexicans,all I instantly crashed, before they r / citizens tbat-'the 'company shoold.;'loot foe.
more to oar Tiarcb5io .' You crowd
renew r Vera Cruz.The these
From it will into
bottom. Not one: of all who. smngjded i *
This i is'rne'and ren4
; had sad lookfor the'scene .about to"."be close that"it, principal soppprt ;
a together,
now .more .bold : South Carolina t.wiU. ,
enemy appeared and. ped at that alter, ever descended in beaseasy-tc ders it more important for the people'of.ew
; enacted was something new; Few, !if ; The had s 1ted their happiness smugzle into the State'as out of h,and ..
showed themselves all [around -us,,and we ,any. alter .been erected to the honor every Orleans that they-! should, possess ail the-
sow discovered several. deserters from"oarsnny bad v witnessed;' such spectacle, and.I demon and'the' fires.Hhat,burned. your.types. body admits that the last is very easy The lights and facts that eaorbe obtained *ft-iergard
God .they never such were the fires fed invisibly the same causes that will depopulate Charleston j to.the proper :Bat I fear,'fmu.-
:wbo.etied oat,."com*on J! After makingiieveral grant may yitncu. I of darkness, who loved to lure GOTERKMCXT.-'Cesar will give an immense Impulse to the growth I the notice which the.editor took of my veto,
feintirw* .started a* if"to retorn another The officer bf the,guard marcbeontin I frorntbeisorvicetotheGoda.DAfter ;Washington, to ply'for of other places.. .Savannah will double her that this nobject is not correctly understood-

Perote,and took a mountain path tow ila the*Plaza with his':prisoner. and: bis a la several centuries, tb .ot.* .'' business. and population"! She. will receive i ik New Orleans.- It was sot-"a biitgraaU

Jalapa.. After ascending ,the mountain IV coffin.; :bt sent tme word that be''wanted me ,jtable.destioctionofthe-pilgnmiwbo: office yontrying to tf\L the merchants the.mechanics,' the capital I. ing a charter of i incorporation to&"eoaipaurr-,
t come to the Plaza. .I. went. '"Sir,said shipped at: this altar became so : want' to 'bee bearer mat we shall. have' lost. At the verymn. which proposed to execute Jb.work?wbicbr .
two miles overtook .
come Mexican and men began:.to doubt the parity of the Dis'chile D't ex meat when we bail nbemployment; I vetoed; but a bill to amend the charter of
took,him prisoner,'and told him. to take, as be,you bare returned ape no ivoid'ofmy J ship and the pilgrim bands became bs! dopted.native coon them/she,will ban/poabl employment for rr the "Atlantic and GoUilroed Company1-

direct to Jalapa. He.said there was'but one wife* :,With a feelinj ol sorrow 'and.:'confused c iient,and the companies fewer: ;: IQ d. word of de S .arm all.''It will thus Deeomethe direct interestof L which.\t'a defunct and'Which could qat be,

way//'that the) -4" struck the National hesitation I. replied "she is b a better until at last no one ,could be seen, ; -- our neighbors' .' to keep; us in the desolate revived,without violation of the eoostjtation < -
; world And as, if. acknowledging a pre bill except here and thg&forlorn owd b kfilfo dead' condition.to which we shall be reducedr.5- of this States The charter also graa ted?
road at Passa.La Hoya. We told him to liquated priest who mourned over.the wiini b II .., They will Wax fa(oD".oat ]r, extraordinary:,monopolies, wbkbwera for-

lead on; and had not:tra veiled, over two cious boon, sBddenly rejoined '"Thank don,and the solitude. the place.. Mtiv,ro Y'J bad t onr planters and farmers are'"patriotic as' b.ddca.bJ coftKitntiou... .MybbHcUoni>ft

miles,before we came .the Padre' and, bit GOD'-JOr-.it. !-Y e.eU!"- ,The''bfl cer,'oftheguardnowsked the fire on the,;altar want ,out, and tool* Virxfaayv' not to.send their cottony rice and other pn* tretOrewerieatirdy uponr lsI11tiopanda.

band; rejoicing over. oar defeat. fn. moment him if.be would !ibavehiseyesbandajed. .that barbed beneath it bad almost died ,- :,,d.roll' always dace to:ports out oftheState1ber&-wz1I bena But the; charter has-other objec
1 ,circufatingv Theb '
when the rumbling'sound of an mo f puTJtote. tions. The terminus of thel.rbad- the
He plied.l 1 of!aney 1 .Dis
we ;Qe4 such a. fire on' thim ,that rJ{ end a hollow1 bellowing in the from Uncle*Sam: will be' without business paper JbeJ'e Golf rde: is. restricted to East .FIoridaT and

hey fled tn all direction*,leaving their killed will myself! give the signal; .wbeal drop my heard iU: tides'.were ,rent,'and the, ; 'away.I ply'for and J'se' will:bf'iW"dividends' *At;;the:'verr lime Cedar Keys,'the..:contemplated point;1btt
and"wounded on the field, with numerous handkerchief' tell them to fire. ;He held out gradually settled down fbrmio g. Dan \V ebSter' grean when oar' x .wiJ.be .cuadruplea'. here thccoaatisIowandfla1sndsubjectLnbwgales "

Mustangs : 'fce. bis band; I/ ed it,and. turned.:awa1.teari and broken; crater, from which land jjwine,to ply for de post. will' be nor money'to pay;them: W.e shall 1 to inundationfor'several iDi1es.1ri
camp equipage, be eheekmated-anabfetainove. .
occasionally broke forth filling the air '- n no safiind secore harbor;without depth ot .
We took several prisoners and fouftd'fony unbidden,coursed c101l'nt,cheeks t 'r I the'mingled and poisonous fumes of apartment.*; T"he, -people will yiry'aoon. iiahd.of the .water for-., steamenv'and difficult of en-
heard the fatat-::volley,and :t*Yega ..0. apartment ece88 on' leaders that for.this '
killed and as i y more wounded As ; and alcohol. The base of the de dead / fferSbmer some'remedy trance. :And JrcuatKe low coast and posilion,'

soon as,we.coald.we. fallowed, ,up their'r corpse. Thus periabed.onI 'who"bad been bottom of the:,gorges,'and the plain in'em,and den 1-rifle 'condition of rain .he pointed' out.to.them L* of the Keys.is Table ia heavy; weather.tolensefogN
an honor his country and would have still! foot of the':precipice aJetrewn' ,ab yahyabyaIi! WbatSriir,that remedy be .There::can be whlcb wouldjRnjle.r an entrancaimprscbcabe .
peat and cb rzed the, city! of.Jalapa, much bones bf hundreds thousands of." < 'fihting-there ..wi1t.in. ; to 'figbt; for many'days.-.U is alsa toaUt
to the surprise and consternation;of its .inhabitants beta one ba4h, not been led awa?: by 'amonr'which there ; K There can be no anneal to fore'In natious.-' "n th and east from Su Mary'k, foe*' th* .

;'who but a few boors previoas bad sense- ,of, .false, 'r'honor;, ..The. inhabitants. .. pers ai'rdind, otbennsTgnta are bf crowns office'., ,to ax l a..o C.u hi could.have<:no pr tejfQf complaint' 'most ,direct 'and,expeditious route. t<:New- ..

bccalnformed"of' our" extermination! La steeped their baudkerebiefs_ !in.bs blood,.as that Kings,ministers w and i : If any,man thinks otnerwlse,.let him reverse :0s1e 'Whereas the'"Florida AtlaaticL -
3ion the case; ,Should.F.nglandabish Bristol, and Gllif Central Railroad charter .baa no
to the, He on,'as well civilians, united -
a martyr cause ofbispUntr7.,. like a.cciantedeit
having down the -
yega seen charging .
: and WUla&1 or France1ieh Havre as ports ,entry, ;restriction in regard to the tocatkjn of the tet- -
mountain side and was buried in great p-unp.by, his! friend,_, *; I ncingtbcirirea their 'we r' 1', "Shall ,, .'
not knowing but:thai; t -v j .j j fa ? +r, lusive altar of alcohol-ri4lsft their I 6a old' eomplaiti object we 'mini, which fljay be ,pu thftoofoun ) Wa .
ire bad been .reinforced ,from' Per te,.reIreated returned, .to.my quarters, sick.; at: heart,anddetermined'never ries to bleach,Jn'the-'storms: ''* : i &vudatrhtup.-. send=a Minister to,&rope to ask.'for,help; \I 00 the:;Atlantic,and at St 1arkt "
'to. jrhness'sneb ahflBerscene. t. QP1y canJi every5foetgntat ald ignore thejndependentGoyefhment Andrews or Pensacola ,Bap.OA-the."GiaJf '
from bl city. After. ;atoJ'pioi.ra : heaven, a.monument of the'worship \ .. ,. : ,
of South Carolina Out .side which Ibft safest aM most eomaoi :
Awnile. .to refresh onrseliAswe again, resumed _. J. P.S ; Allarpn the. .>lqantainTop."ThV r ,youtalkiso'' much condition'.would be .tonjielplcM: and ri> I Jious, harbors are.in the Golf aad of,easy entrance

our march,to :Ycra:Cruz,.where' we % -S 'dOlIanJa* soceeed to dtcuou5! ; re should sufier and command hosympathf I ,and capable of irere gladly welcomed bf oar friend, who '- From tb.JX:Y. Weekly Son.THB A..aoBBll.L1V&' .." .aai.like Jbecaase; the evil will be our-own* I class of shipv and I-the direct Uttft(tuna StcMary' .
ALTAR. OJT TUB\KOt7HTAX3r-TOP._ bliadelpbta City Item! ,!ou ** -, choosing both'S"1o! its begining..and con to New Qriean :having theradvaattage
,)Jieard* the news of' oar supposed c1d. i #, lIT.a... .. $ (" __ the tiutJ f.the foU,,1neadenttu" qbji,and 'ik'OW.. tinuation;, .-' : in'time of at least t write hours. ./.'-* .-.
'P 4&e3arupi 'fcmgjomed Col.LA Ye.' :innat one of.the med. "---t- *#*& *: -. ask t the. ;.
ingHiapptned :
About I )aii e"fi the i:1i1'Df rinDiq flaye'not; 'fl! e' pop1eaLngbtto But I will detain.yoa no loflgtr.Let -5--
eid 'jb par;train most now cclIz1l1be :- Persia there Jies! "spread"out.inalt: the leges iq tbeC1tOfB0tbafiyLOYCs : .'* ,.1- ) once and is.if. not prudent ta' Af k in advance matter:.b&tested!rwpc/ienoed ,,engineer. :.

Lf!and;far lbe>arpo**M taken up beauty and loturiance of;an-eastern ttUmt; tbeinstomtieeust' this;nursery : t,::ngeVbath. that they*Who*are about to. deliberate,bu i the! awl the moat faroraWe cmUr seletteo,'tak* .
onsol the Joyeliesl plains upon.b theson ence tbi'esll' 'thf 8tidentfromtOuV: J ( ., future 'proceeding* ofeSiaeshOuLdsto '; inr 'cheamstance. ':into cdnetderauoaVV ; '; ;:
.WIatobb. .aride which d- sheds his rayf u'lJ cIaU ; it.rtne! land roomto the f.het by tb( oondof'a \ me-wby Di1tt'.f', 8 declarewhitttemedy: theyjptotosetoir want the-road4 and weiavite capitalista :'., .
'aaiae1' .'ii 1 1lo'jobbedeB -' rt*Tf m*illflivnnnn <4taAnnr *a .:'{*?; aeD eentsjln-'!! ,S ; S Sje
( South. Carolina
rs. eiitt. .> a roUs; almost''to. ihe_. .,boruoa. Jn fgentleT and I 1' : ; cbnditk thbgiitt' lOen.-e( .I\; :hehne.t.ha.-.f..1, it ;:
't '
F.oe"" kti t.; l" ";*..;. 'v. .:,2 ;,.and' graceful undolatlonJ while a silvery; stream I r 'MNowit 'penfdofte1'p1 : i.I I'ya de raekeSfjg.: which.wiU jtt th -*ttltofjheirowaiaeasi: road tbd1id 'in. baewhe.. .
rxecoted Bttie .pcC As &e ndranee of r Stowlr .i1 id lu""iff( .cltuwl::vf the' lake; aotY I1 long wnce, that a'*toot, i.&IW75WiLl- hb ores-,and .'hick U at least j(0s( ible,-t'Y whichinanrbelievrtb fioundr bj'exataioed_. andr' aKa _.'ad. > .
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.>. *, %1{ -' T th flli .; The /otl':richness5 oft, this r btely.tlime, rather:t clomay-lookinr\Down- ter 1N''i.4' t1w=. t.2 v .- ', be.probable'f,.,and. 'I'.at'" ''a>' few' ;: ." .,J-*- ;;
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2.t"I r-4wi \ seems here to be prodiCT?of:its ittawbib. bad apparetly.!oyagea ,ouaraldi> ; ( J'f if-'nriii Vs Titttw% .. ,j .,4". ..L.-* ;' .,I sift teryVio'ie "&, 'f. YOUf -, -:
.. 1., .w.-1-s'iH. ._ ,' 'iIa4br.._<_..?: ..k" -. the'peacJj and other deltciou*fruit trees,.all 1 about Keonebec.to get a load:bf" parson w b prayer ':r. ', 9r: :.,....--- ." .--"--._it"--?* *"."8** ._:l.cJ'. : _' t,;. '-''.:.J-'IUIO., .,- -}.-J '. .. -
:. "afia lr tCft.-d .. .. :Jill: .1 I serve',to.make the air a,balmy' messenger of' etI"tbJi wander "atouga J.fifth'f..atreet: *kreatCotfneit! the, Par; : "AS 'YaS N a1"iRJtt .._1 t.1" w&M. .. .": ',. "": -
: "" --. 'dinBerfiisaeand i thni all>hang '
'rJf bearer .
.. and a ) ttttjurtatout | nuy 3
7be then anii gratefufper.f :Tbe ixb rOB tJi ; .nf
we ichrnbwIlpB
emy .1 jHidrew. :M4t 2?:
: -- **. -,f- -. passed tna Vftiiladelfihi! College ;! S ; ferfF J'jn1 1 f' ** *. 'f-
1untU. ; : -.:
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tKe [ io'Ias tofeir4afflag reported :faithWttver leave a'7"
iasi C engafeBwnt.'tn f,prtr.1. : rumble standing"flyrreBned-' < .
:"Oa the eooth wp t hftftkr of: the pUin first rIwJnffor '. '#& linlh.e U.hmdi ;
:Wi8,drawn;oar mecat:w wntiI 1t.aine4 coot tered at onctf, and Ualen the janitorc heart AnT the:sooner the be'bnsb1.tbeTe5sela .. ''l'f' -
had aidiwfljrroe, w"a' -.
t.- -S- 4
.. I ..1 1_.. 'not I .- 444eHoyoa-naemini nigh ? is toVjpram of..g e.two'- .asser. ,-'' _- iIiiiO.t
r ,_..,..,.;"". ..." ".etf'1be, : ,:iJIIO. "-J I _."oyer only: 3 .1 ted that shah "texieeagtios oa board.-T ." ..rnrJ.J. '
i1t tt '
Jt.ttt: f2'r cxtentoftbEpIa t i aiummitteto 1IAU.1' n"f 'J'j. ;- ; :r r" :.M .,I PM..tAi
44. Eh ibeW The CQUi itook.a position JpJoaigMdepf .
.s -'IV, :_ : id t'.t. wrenue t
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1 t.f" ; 1.9jIQt &W wiyj i po.4i'. ; : .
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M fr .t&1'"e'VueJMd': .. ''- : ad4r rebeti4tnj d they may :the,wspiciows;eraf;aiMJi.lay:,by;>her|,ail L'" '
.t.-- r' n\.nf net .1n' i .'._.I' tf.
..; na 1. J.e etto f Squerfelp. -.t' 'n ; onr1-'t: nightJ .featwicllir oringt savingpaired .
.,., w. {" ,C1 .. ." 'r %W. &i1 k*TtoflrmiJ k.*>fo f Hli .Ba otbsr damage,.the.i hopae \" na.lt .,poM.q; HI' Wei" .
ce4y r.'ct qfj .W' ftltlfjfAtcQ moaea. I, .. ?- ft t.' :':F' 10 'ri.cIM. *...,118 'M\fIttWLu. .

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; from our-THE npnoEUEiisTIIE OFAvitb I"B *!150"herewd, eeraIfrrait I.aint i e Jacks'unviUe'sI.4&'es tQco1fld "list a o W %? $ A PSWb ; U> lunittder they 4ia jejectrfJbBLTebt; | Lniep :freatyuno1 a*.

BOY flVflflAltD.VeJtn1ty them f or variort*o ntlj'of'o r eit&n (apslrig ; $ _. ft if n ft Mj sii are nailed the grant taGantf, nndet wbT4meric&acOrnP.flY the

.. \ hvoret by:3nge4TvRMth .' They we%(tohf eyed f tH*?U $ (6nW ot-theIintian* by Unitetheton.itrryi5 ? ; |Ml g $
? deny ilji 4tooperts.
the subjoined letter relative to the mur room; andjlaceAlnt: the custoyivoft.J>fputy. :expresstf'larhTtmnibeof tkJtJe'b j ue an ( thiJdoorbjpfl jy>o; 'eVrraTtt eiE; separate:| fcirny erode
fad iUrshal Bear slef 4n4t fepresttme,hhfrcase'vviU indiind submfssfbn; lie; af The correspohdetit'of tbe Cbarlestoa Conner.'ftedfcfM .
I dew ol the Daniel Huhbard, whe was ; ';. ."- '- fo wbjciv.we have glveii ,precedericerinlgbfBbmewhat '
killed by Indians'near Okeehumnkee,. theisouthern ,eubmiued, to.tbe grand jury dube lost Ibejh ?rt pby their; lat xpulsioi- moredign Jy. cqutesVe. ?v suggestions 's'_ :'' rvTnt1ays:'

part of this county, .(Mariod,) in i frig"its sittings'; Strangrwasi formerly from They,teriainly'desiie'the reftoval of. the Indians The News'assertsV "The majorit btiM.h aid our cp empfaSl&jftfOT '$
Chatauquecojinty, N ::: : but ot'by suchVmeasures n**would H tici tTi; ury jf' .--*3'< g ) & Wpo ThV "heretical :doc '
: August last b e' numberpf.ln.d.ianftLjcenticerned ; ***> madejup Jeirminds: that the fSouth is tope> here, Jbe treatylwtt 3ade'ith
In ibis: outrage vrebave every reason fficersrepresent; thatihe appearahce/ canse'tl: rdeRettibn"of 'their plantations; ,Ii!, njl'nclusibd [fie Mei.cdirKxeeativeana;: was

.. 1 to.beverxii more Than the three delivered of thejsland doesiioVindicate either'thrift' or' ihatentih1yvtiuTa'1eave| the"StaV err s rlficed/thisiVelnff a fdnlg be .idle the United States Scnale,at the late's sjoi .
: np.by the tribe to'Capt CASEr.and we Industry : ..*- '- masse,and thus;add another the number wi'arenotio" be:permitted! .evert "to discuss ?"That the"court patty' might bill for not test; fid-the Iexlcan Cong eM-refased to ratify
that '- less ev118 ihatbav .thwated tir iu"A:"* f"'i"ft Curing'these.attacks,' a a new
know, from Uridpnbted authority, more the'prosperiW; easure8J5t; bonse-bf" ,'by Arid rerbkedairgwfcuawrebntrick upon
:: Indiars' re. outside, of the boundary than A letter) .from an.'Americanin Genoa,May of. Florida It be"1etfer;;o1e1"Iben* WMrt was-intrbduced7'inlo4be. either thcbit ,fodedBat1Etb1Eia1o3many

I have been reported to Captain C. Ve-bope t ; ub3*shed*ttheNewakDaiIy.Ade, ;., dians remain as they-are untiuhefeountry is the earl rWntJesey 'AUrWmbersvijf offieeV accpnntSj tbe best route of inter-oceanic '

, .' for [every.*effectiwrneasurt! T y:6ttFState iie r'says"Hav&yo.bean1-., ,- : more densely populated, or>>doptGovernpi1; tiori'.andproscriptipri house**'and(all .possessed-rtij communication the people and 'government
,M ofib 1'obacc bichtrikis Weinafhi .S0i : so 'j1ed oii''p as were by thisb'ilk"req.aire4.tp. Wa4'tbfltJnot ;
authorities Temoving.thee Seininoles the w VB.Wcutionlif 'Brownplan: M'beTngias.. : ? % of the United Slate willc relinquish the
coming Jail,and How take occasionlo Jendei; Austria1\ 'Tobacco/Is atflmperial gd'as any ?hat eatbesuggested. rieigbborj;'butne should jbintjfie JaUitnde was 1awful'Up uanypritcPCWha0'igaint' the-Bn -; 'purpose of taiajng the'use and control ofit
-.that }
1 I desefvfd praise to Capt CAsEY.Df the Army; monopoly there;[and'eyrnany of.vthe people Masgachuietta CoaiitionIsI the resistanii bare had in their Jackson, ve7-to karmsj: theT-traitorouV | sof ,' |o theA.p/esen| situatioa, of JHexico j it
nbboVredr' "pOippir
:. .for the,;very Judicious r'and .capabl 'inanner emulating the'example "of bur "patriotic theirSouthRht&'aspciatiOflS.UU they < )wiU'equirernone7 tojpbuiothe Abject and

in .:which be has.managed'them while in the mothers oftheRevol&tion,' bf/76' ..wbo'jerfused : I I"Qnbund'rea"ana Nashville>. <*- . --_ taking :ar a3vib bir.autboritjvjagainstibi! force to 'keeplt / -
diccbarge of his duties.* to drink t that-paid a tax to theBritjgh ; .. seven rnembers'of the ,aQdtf85e5jiiU person, or aintthqsewho. were commissioned ,' _L'. '
::5 crown hayc abstained,from the ust ofit late Senate and Housejof.' KepresentativeslofMassachusetts1 jno&particularly the fermentntowtiCf& the by him ; and that tftey wiu. novai rjrjoanxjrazojsrur-' GEOOCJU,

'jjMpAMay 25 1851.I This,.al)8tlnencf has eornec 'generajas .have 'published an addre's's of'.South Carolina has worked any tmie.xendeaVpurthe'jalteratioQ'restablisbed, of. the 'i'trntaziconventn pn*fjayislna'nimpuslynominatedf
sovereignty of tbe
to'excite the'impe'r'iaVfealousy, arid severe to the peppteV ex posing and delipuncmgrthe; protestant rejigiorr ;jir > '
; tk
Xn inquisition'was held yesterday morning .beendenouriced those bargain of'the democrats and be'rseW,would prey c6foluSveyf'disprovethe gorntnenfeitberfl ehurcbostate. *_, Hqwrii B forGovernor, odreaffiimedl
agamst freenoilebi'fpr r
, ; on 'the bodies ,of three Indians found penalties And i 1S32)hisame QrVat"bpppstipn'( ] vas inadeitoytbisbUI, the report and resolutions:jof the
Jail the 23d instar who' promote lit tacitly"or'6lberwise., At the Election'of GoVef ner, Umted States Sertatpr as'feriion jpted/ ; : ;
... : Verdict hanging voluntary dead in our suicide'on by banging them !Ijlani'at plbfl-n'ay.ia Mo'Jena, >nd other ,&c'-'.".Tbe'.addre* f is'quite lengthy, and State efiecfuallydisctt&se1'measare; [ ,.,eyeji to as might,be' expected, from the feMnt"Jispbpitidn' Georgia Conyentibn of December last One

iatis; .of, ;tbe'i Italianj! ppssessloDS.bf t'tbe exceedinglySeiere upont the coalitionists her demands'byTtbe i cfthe'natibftJ During'seventeen ideiegates
ekes These Indians 'rere'deliteret1 to of .'numerous cruel the 'obtaining quasi concession, day the*,debate'*, yrerel earned, ..on yrith buiidred; aijd'sufly vrere prtseat." *
house Hapshur punishments '
; J, C. Casey, Indian Agent, (on his'fequisition Government'Hampden. Great onapimfty vailed. ,
-Capt last have been inflicted Bunder this'decree. Tirs AKTi-StAVETiYj Ris ivs.-,Of all General zeal;.andall, ,.the; reason and .iearning,of
ii -. ,) at Fort Myers,- some ilme the 'db'ne" omitted' the HousiS'ofUepresentatives'nbpne and bvvn, Veyota4'tionary.forefathers occasion.The"4ue81ion'i1deeJ '
-by displayedon.the
zndividual 'have been imprisoned/andthe' things or ydjiey, .our botbpartieswere
2week, as the murderfcrs of Daniel Hubbard, Many ? President and all the Cabinet return*}
4t in has with to
,, our'opinio4 the 'regard resistance,1 -
caV faar'diy be"rmade
I .. of Marion county, on the 6th day of August journal8Te port tbei) cases ; to.Washington: .Mr.Webster's speech
?: SO and 24aiid a bearing omission toB allovv the customary was 'ar noinif.whicH entered in ta the at
have been, condemned to Deceive' of'
delivered to the .tb .less meritorious school re-;
last, and. byCapt.; Casey fouodere of '
blows'"of the *b'astone',' (or/cane) annual-> iEl civil authority this county, on the 20th 30 : ; | 'the: State sistants'wbp nOw inaketth7)vatchwords'ofwar ) ; roundhead aa it made.ao essential1 paitof.the'presenLdispubetwee'cour'anaCLiP.
of'War on the bare ack nd-Bubsequently impris'oiled ; ; aniyery,acceptable, nati na1po1ii.
inst. order of Secretary of. :
Ji -by with.a'subsislence'bf.bread 'aneLV.aler' U poiithissgn: ; .of returning\commbK sense; against fega; | tyranny1 the shihboleth!
oft both -The !
J They were detected in tryingtcfbreakthe for nothing has served to degrade Massachusetts in the Tewlieutersere"foun'd in the hatorf j cians. ; parties ,anti-slavery
advised expressiveidea try.;
for four weeks; a month, &c., forbaiik revolution In a gpvernment'.wbicb, / '
of the 23d inst at .
fire ;
Jail by means on fever is i.rnneh abafed at the North. 5x
their friends'to.ab6tain.lroraT6bacco so much $in the estimation' of their,eister' United but, amdng jsuch as could 'maintain a eal'n ; >
which time their means of making fire were Yet we are told'that Iioon'save''Austrian States,*or -increase ,toward her the of Macaulayadversities indifference,.there prevailed sehUntenU wide say the ,'correspondent"of the;

2i taken away from them.and they given to soldieri-is'seen "ismolniig in the"streets "of ill l will-of the,6lave States, 'as'bfer'yearly resbUea to found,anil whi .prosperities incite to of those which,were adopted by either party. Charleston! Courier.- ,

% understand that they would "be fastened to 'Milan"and Bologna' ", '' upon "thiss' ubject.-jBo5/on Jprrno/, divide. The levying Mftf ship money,, by an Such :pens' thought, ,tbat all, general, ;. '

1 the centre of the Jail (o prevent further" + May2lt/i./ Y arbitray to the4 wilt of spkcuZat &. 'deadrathng (of the, legislatufe, speech at' BuSalo whett
and- while our Sheriff went:to ablacksmith's
F tempts, either fdrb against resistance -were,eqnally "
diflerent the PresiJent is
vras jlotairy -' quoted aad
shop for additionalfasteningsit the people's'Parliament, ; accompanying
i? Erie
The1. impolite,and could serve."ntfiotherpuri '
seems they bung their bodies by the neck, persons were born'at the same moment of thclongcsf LONGEST the world -467 mijes: That from t B alternative result' of the solemn nose than to signalize'their, turn, the ebmmentelpn by a certain class gf presses,'as'adfstinctavbwal
r by means of small cords taken from' their time.etAfter an age of fiftyyears, they both between Moscowrand Sf Petersburg, is.nest deliberations'of 'the'people'sCoogress,-'after triumph of o.hVi faction .ov r another I that against, the,South. Not

t clothing, to the iron grates in one of the win died, also at the same spot and at the.fame The iKussian ancfent laws of hii noble'.declaration
in length, b'eh'42O miles.; a legislative travail almost unknown in purhislpiy. the s mplicity ind in the sat jsfied.with on the
f and in air thus
dows, escaped by flight inquest yet one of them lived one hundred is" about beginning a road from EngIaiKf-'as Hvell as" in the' laws of every
Marion out of three Indians. '' Government ; The proclivityof certain party .same txrcasion-"I'will maintain, for the
t4 cheating county morel.-than the other. How was 4hispossable distanCtf'of .
days a still to1,be ,
VVar iw3'to St. PeUrsburg,1 thor; countryAugb} preserved
friends in '' iii-this country-tOidisentomb' and :exalt ,the South and North, to the utmost of my .
1' ? Not to keep our: susrpensc mare than700 piles, of which Major T. S.Broxvn and.wa.. bestcalculateit.o,preveuftheex x ""*" i !- **> pow.r
-' SIMON TVRMAN.t the solution turns curious but, be CriiefEnglneeV. which 'John Hampden ,for'a and in the face of all dugertheir'tghtiidefIhCoiititiitosiahd
; on a ; late.Of The Erie Road, will one-man'powder kemesbn either; side t-tliat: the absolute'! ,
with a very little reflection, a very obvious : that the AmerN indicates'the" Ameri clusion! bT teistauie.ia alt possible' :
; The Editor of 4he New..York Miiror tcI Il i is noteworthy time cfuslted, too truly caegtasfquniJedDh"ai God fdfrsaiftme

I :; companied the President and party in its late point round in the circumnavigation.world the west, loses person a day going, and can great enterprise'' "Is by a private'compa' schooljwbjch, : has'profile ;most,,by his \ [ *?'principles ; its express and,my, children ifl tier be found' to
built be
by-Government. admission dangerous
the Russian
:19 m-gM attendepwitb
excursion to Western New: York; Then ny; : the of falir-intbfa e of this and its
; towards the east he rgains oi>e.> Supposing Boston lessons, eyeu.if name Whig, perpetu anJ there'was no necessity pledge,
lLr; in Utica, Mr. Fillmore viwtcd .the Lunatic then, two persons born at the Cape of Good Transcript. aled from the Cromwellian epoch of'English. consequences for exposing the; :pnhUc"to,; either nconvenl1en.ce oh t fuifilment.in in Mr" WebsterVfearlesscb'urse
ceremonies of
ITh Asylum, and the interesting Hop, whence a voyage around the world Fwx COTTON.-We are-indebted to'LM. did jdentify if choice' must be hitherto this ,effort '
'f,, the occasion are thus described by the Mirror history, not more accurately .a r.thar,; [a necessarily is being
may'be performed in a year;,if one peiform Jones, Esq., the representative Texas 'at present partywith thai remote, and gtoriousantec'ethnt. made'in; the easei'the'pfeference; 'of utility.to made:tcTcpnstrue'a'declaration'in 'opposition
r : this constantly towards the wes'fir n fifty-one the World's Fair in London,for a most beau truth in institutions
public uasappatent;
1J' 'On entering the Chapel, where some two ., -f.: Id the enlargement 'of ihe'slave of
years he will be fiftdaysbehindthe stationary tifu! necimen of;Flax Cotton, prepared by i an < : jtbeiupposition, p'f resistaiiCe, fae- territory
1 hundred sealed the of these unfortunates introduced the were President quietly inhabitant*} and if the other'sail equally Claussen's 'method. Mr. Jones considers ,As little'analogous the events of the fprehan'tl, and jn general termi be safely admitted the.Union, made'among,a' northern people,

I of the,United overseer States when all rose, respectfully east he will gnin fifty days' in advance of that' the great experiment' of-producing' a revolution 'or 1776.,'" The' opposers')'of ih in ''anygoVerhinei'Jt !' thatevenVii* sweviden'ce br'rank hostiliyitoour; Interests.
Iv them. One, therefore, will Tiave seen one substitute for cotton from flax,'has been fully and mbted monarchies,' where Supposition disse'ijioreare
IWTajcdid distrust/
: bowed and resumed their seats.- Each stamp Act "resist qnto secession Verily; these as Viand
hundred days .more than the: other; though successful-and th&t 'it may !'e,' nployedin seemed-'moat,'requisite,, it %vas yet- entirely'superfluous "
I member of the party was then introduced by "nt ". butlte'illustration insensible to lofty efforts'to do tight, as '
Kvolution certain -
they born and died at the place, tOuch .
when the were same silk; woolen and cotton manufactures ; ; s/ncfi, no man, on the ,apftrbachi'fextruordir.arg
:' name, same Dr. ceremony was wise pro Lunatic and at the same moment, and even lived con- anextenfr* as to reduce the price ofour is extrentttyfar-retched, unless ourjieighbhr necessity, could bE.at alan, infidels referred to. id Scripture, who
foundly repeated. .Maltby, a '
then rose and welcomed the President tinaally inllie same JatiuJe and reckoned, *by" '' sfreat-staple.' The'specimen Jof rotidn 'sent cites It av ah exa'mple lo'be,followed Ly' the 'fiiCu'git no* 'directed liy legal 'deildiationsS ta wished' dead to be sent back to 'convince-

: in a strain of graceful and touching eloquence the'same calender.-Exe. iis by Mr-'Jones, i Bo similar! to tottpn, that' 'x he South at this time. We re-, find theproper remedy i'thnf, "evtn those'wh'o them of the.truth". '
that drew tears to He is the most careful observer'might readily mistake people might at rfistaiice, and by scho'at.c, reaioning __ T ,-
everycye. RETURNING A COMPLIMENT.-Pre-ntice-of it for co\lon.--Houstoneleg>apfi.: K- peat if atemiion- -revolution.1" has advo ,exclude, ail resistanc jyrould, yet
a tall, thin, pale man, with penetrating eyes .iladauv LrebIewife of Com. Preble,died
theLouisville Journal l, acknowledges a complimentary Sri El rtda, let'them: make boldly the hearken' th of when .evj-
cates to naturev
.voice ,
fine voice and to the ;
. !,? A gestures belonging to ;ia Portland Maine the ) nit
notice in'an in the foljmving The Cleopatra has been 'surrendered ,, oa .27lh aged
blend.th dent
polite of "gentlemen of the old issue bt re the people-and not ruin, both ta'theuisctvcs'and to the public
4a: oratory '. tier Mr.J. L. O'Sullivan, affidavit Few have'done samoch iaanostentations
. school. The President's also style : t owner John Washing :must attend a' strict adherence to thefrpreteizded'prznciphes 81.7 women -
reply was of llampden'and
1 ; **Wo *"know, ,dear'&r "howto haying been made that &he'was"designed to resistance
scarcely ,
aiid affecting. So orderly} and : that the'qbestion it benevolence she d$jauuf her
- Very happy< thank We \vish were between New Orleans and Texas. the\iljmalratio pf varwth the universally '
sufficiently. ply
. so well behaved a company surely has not you ought thus to be entirely.excluded from a'lueterini'iatiqnsqf memory,will long be held id respect by those ,
the of President of the United States '
son ratipnafty'to''oppose,1'"examine'j'tor -
, of the recognizVd right : the
greeted him in all his travels. In one : tegislature.was, even '
i L Female Wards, the whole party was individually and we were your father.- FLORIDA, REPUBLIC ANI ''qnestion" the policy of a government ariOn .j ivalereasoher.c,.scJncvhal nvfrTrtf who;knew her hestr She. has' jefl" ;quite.a;

introduced to an elegantly dressed "iThepnly."resistance" which cornmanda lous; 'tittle better <1han'-a "dt'spute of large amount of property '
.1 a AC K s a wv/i '
I ,Jand most accomplished lady, the daughter THE END OF A RUN WAY,M ATCH. -Runa- 'which South Carolina words: that: the one *could'cot pretend; -
' \Ve hidfoithi'firsttimiwthintbn'ipaee'
of one of the most distinguished lawyers .way matches not usually produce those hap THURStiA-Y, JUNE 12 1851 respect that resistance ought :evertto; become a {*,
New York has ever produced. She bad the py consequences parties generally ex- is now prepariag fOr Wordy resistance is miliar practice; the t lher.would .sarely )>nverecbuiseto of two months a fine shower of-nun alibis

.j4 right word ready for every one who addressed pect. The" very opposite is almost always "ACQViESCENCI.!', liu' iliatp.'to the character of the cOmplaining it.'in great estiemlties: and, thus, place oa Tuesday. t ,'' '**

V her, and presented the Ptesident witn a the case, notwithstanding" the nonsense' upon The terms acquiescence arid resistance are "pa 'fy/and if the South has ..yielded'mrj the difference could only'.turn on,the degree : '
: Bweet,little bouquet of Let own ariangingj the subject which is common in the sentimental her honor it.is of danger or.oppression,'which would uar- FOB THE EKVCBUCAS. ',
beginning to,,assume a dnbibus;>ignifi- vjthout yielding more 1. IS I't .
in the most tasteful and graceful manner. novels of the day. Every parent very rant tuis irregular remedywhich j a.diffet. -'- WHAT _LOyE
wishes his mated cation? We have heard of rand A- h 134u'and not less brave.in her sons, to ", A dotad in Use A *
We Bawnthe game act of presentation" per- to see daughters properly 'protest_ > >-, in a general! queatioity l Avas. ampos- storm gathering sky,
I F formedla bundn-d times, but in no instance nd-when objection is'made, .it is generally sent as'applied by a'party/opposed j. 'to, 'mea iL 4nieste with calm dignity'than advocate bible by any language, precuVelvj'ip flx'or .: 'Through which'tte Et.Whijed?jWalnp UA /,

$ with such exquisite simplicity and grace, as :rom come!good/cause 'to be found in the cures which have Wen adopted by tjifrir'op revolution covertly" because there "is" utile determine'","', "' '' '- meteor?flashing,quick/! ,; -- -'.

marked the of this cond uct,'babts or'principles of the persons Tt .. .. .
offering accomplished but neveeppia1.i1isuchprO- hope that the people of the South will second v / stars above-, -=:
She is about of and objected to. The following instance, which ponents; "
lady.- forty years age, u DEATH OF. "DOLLY. A mountain torrentfo3miuj4own.. .-'
mentioning the names of some of the distinguished we take from 'a Cincinnati yaper b full of Lest or dis9e.vt-constituted'the, resistance BOniobly the attempt if made openly-or to'appear in .'' i *f **-
We some months since mentioned the"e'xistence 'A:.sullen ware crested eow-4-*
men she had entertained at her warning ; 'illustrated byourJorefaihere: in our the attitude of one who receives wrongs d.ar.nntLoreL' "

father's house, added-"but for the last seven "Less than a "year ago, a: yo'ing lady, Swn revolution or their'glprious"prototypes' and ,substitutes surly murmeringsi when be of an aged negro woman, named .

years I have been-very much out of whose name we need not mention, married of the English' revbl ntipn q f*1649'. should deal righteous blows. In this unenviable ." Dollyy'.belonging.t6 DrdILD.lloJlandof: .-,A.feetingthoeglt, srstiilo'wrsyir; I ,
: the world." a young gentleman living in Vicksburg, this place, \Ve, now her .deathon'the .
announce That jaoanta to'fl.aT'ei IB light of day,
Our of.the News rather elaborately slate have the i.'r wtenceMparty:'of. '
girl in the tim named Harrington, and she did so decidedly cotemporary '
I There was a young Asy. '
th instant at the nf. 116 which fa'&ndfaiutty.diesavay
. who also attracted much attention by her against the will of her parents"who refused and stringently discusses the'subject Georgia brought themselves In'the face ,age ; ', ti 'iiihthow"royCi "
of and of cress. to let the wedding take place in their house. yearshe,completed on the 16th day ol April : .
' beauty person elegance of acquiescence the measures of the compromise of thepbpular endorsement of ihe adjustment : ;.AflekIObr.iath:_ '.! ,' '

,, .:She 'did .not appear to:be over seventeen Tim fcapny pajr:left immediately.' home' adjustment It'seems'toJbe ak umed they persiste'd ih ehowrnl the Jahns-face.-bf Ia6t.i She was remarkat'l'forbej, tenacious I ,,

. Tears of age, and there was not the slightest where they spent the time foil whiln very. memory of events connected 'with the Amer- ,' .
. indication of lunacy, or even.of Irregularity" agreeably.! The lady having all confidence that the "snbmissio ists bfjtb'e present day' such i'resistance.3tThey have-metuin ?Convention ; .71iecaM.Lcyet'_, ; '

..t ? about,her. in her husband,"neycr troubled herself about claim the -right of.the, majority to'rule with and nominated a candidate for,Governor lean:.Revolution,.havingr aj we, mentioned '' '- .i -'. s"w'3 trmthe

j 1 She stood in the door of her-' jobm, which his business; she knew that he.,was provided out opposition without 'haying, their mea and the amburnt of 'credit they have in onrfprmernotice' acted in the rapacity of Thege"'aifl,1bat Of Bonder springs'
I t: was -adorned with flowers, gracefully .act well, and'that was enough for her to know! ". is told cook and servant wim several officers the > gro
either'examined andthat'thejrbppbnenlsf"the .theii proceedings
.their sures prVquestipned, won by ; briefly as With I4ea.dnips? and thijitai thiags >
Abouifour months arrived
the bows of the Visitors after-they
knowledging though
t SoBthern and them
.armyi was transported by '
t# t m no one presumed to speak to .her. She house was visit earty inemoriungbytwo wcfiedirtgly11 fprniU follows,by Jhe,Milledgeville Recorder:, :,, $! ( '
' 1e % wore a beautiful wreath of peach and cherry police; officers,.for the purpose of arresting fable resistance partyi are entitled Ib all the *But witrKtbe mere assertion of "the degradation from post to OstduriO'g; tbe.war.i.She' retained With soft emotion fiflz".Uw, breast *,: .

Mr court.the'case '-of': the "southern States the her skill,as a'cobk almost to her last 4nd glajs the seal, and make it best.- ,
:'tt blossoms in her dark hair; the only Ornaments ; forIvrery.rn; credit of remonstrance, objection, and. opposition by legislation -

Q LH appropriate to herrareand touching made plain against him/and' was sent, to to the compromise, that being a.,mea 'of Congress this! convention, seems end, being Iullyabetop'repare/ dinner in is'tJiis ia. '
g! beauty. ; Thinking the "fair Ophelia"1 and the penitentiary; < to have left the matter; The only resolution
a style unsurpassed"by modew adept of LATE
which endorsed .
the 'heart-broken "Bride of Latnmermoor-' "The.misfortune had such an ,effect upon sure allw\yhp'have which even indicated any redress; for.the asserted -'Wc

I t and: all. the delicate feminine harp-strings the young wife that she never left, her:room without, scruple, hesitation ,br wrongs, eighthwas.. it< will be the gastro ornicart. She ,wa& venerable from.;"tEe"

r that were ever broken by sorrow or sin,' we alive, and died'of grief in'two months after.YesterJa'y'was .' reservation., Jit.has.often struck us that seen, 'strieken 'put, after' ?.being' reported by and rather statejyj in;appearance,swith .a; 18 bittbe] ; NorhAinerican Me1ny1' a

L $ left-the beautiful lunatic, and for hours seen 'ascendmi? the landing there is something'farcical. in this,boast of an committee.., C *< bright eye fine'Iteejh, erecfigure/ hair ."eekiy.SlagazineW choice 8eietti< front

4 afterwards, every sound seemed a, moan,' ai hearse," taining' a 'coffin and carriage MAlI that can ,gathered from .the resolutions perfectlyvbite.r AVjhe time 'of, reformer the
t1' every breezea sigh, and even the drops following, it- in: which ..werea lady'' and exclusive spirit of resistance u'pbn the part of the convention is that with a formal current ittuofhscotan4Eu.

ti at;the morping' which gletened inrlheJJowere genttemanthe father and'. mother., ," of these'who, in co'thmbp' "with;iho'se!'as? announccment'of' State degradation,; the notice, shejwajr'.prpstra.ted ,itwefe; on abed rope., :Tb: contents.of rthe: NQrvare..dJTersinfied

4 looked more like tears of codnessIbao ; '- '- "' petTed as futijn'ssjpnisls' are practicljljyjiindif convention tacitly;and quietly bows' that pf,,death; andherexit!; momenlarily.ext ana interesting-the first article being

; gems of joy. Ma. PAISE,AGAIN.-'The 'yVorceslef* *"Spy ;donetwith a. betfer graceiWf; ( >*hpul ay degradation and submits to it.: This is jnV peeled? Hercoloredtifciend9? ; of rail ages sketch o 'the cbaracter. ,,Josepli.jPaxajnj
,, says of Mr,Payne i J deed submission with vengeance. ... then '
tn flocked
around. ber, bestowing those the architect the
creditably uim///i>ig to 'the" laws theyso. '*, ''. : 'ft'lf thaUeoropromise' (ofCongres > ; of, great crystal pajacein,
I. FEMALE COURAGE GmiiT is THE; DIASAor" ,Slr. Payne-bas made! acquainted wiihj r7rztes..wbicbi SOuthern
If"we is"as they bavei declared it to fae'un among slay es which iheWola'a'Faitk London'held,,
WISCONSIS' -The Manitovvoc' county; the materials :lined in producing astonish. loudly'condemn. are .not jeb lling, i : -s--: -' ', -vv rfi Att :'- jJ -..yj.Twith.
Herald ol the '12th 4nst:, relates the-folio w- ing.resnjts: :.woliaye described, of Cojuvertrngatmospheric are noti-we.all., ,submitting 1 Haye, :we, not coristitutioiiiJ, diFgraceful.and degrading i lothe" Bjigiilarly. superstition,;]but amfd incan, an.engraTui2.pf; tbesuLject j ,Tenns.pt

.' 4% ibf; moMiemarkable incident- air'/rnto apureraand better gas all lived'under' the compromise'since itg,passage SbuthV thereiy M butone> course ?o lake tatibnsj; prayers, -anJ.day andjnighlwatchT the JMiswllany,.$3') r lannunri isaelaXPfajfadelphla

afisf EmmaThayerra''yoong1aily of 15 than,is furnished bv any gas company in the and dp we noilntend nueBO tolivei aad that cpuree/inlth'e'Wbrds of"itre 'UnibnpnrtyjVas'to fngs,'. the pldi'wjoman';suddenly arose Jron\ NeW..!'ojk, and'Boston.Grokarri .
; years of age, livin? at Rowley's Bayj iiithis United StatesV aiid.Irom wha -kiiow.of o.cpn resisV even tb the 'disruptionof
:; ;ig ccuntywhiie walking on the beach on*the their cost,-and.wb'at'wei. baveeen their: Or if..they"to:whonf ufim tizsi6nis so 'every tie that binds ihem to the Union."' her bed to greet the:Arrival of a iemale med, t!. i'for-Juij- / has-.-.- been-> received.-' f Tha

''l morning of the*first day of Maya saxv"wolf consumptionlri'the,( pfoductioh 4of light* .we odious mean that outrages complained of warrannbe The,"reifancet,men' wmely dii'iiot strikejand' her":of her master's family.who bad.been.ab'recnperafe cursory'glance-we- ,bave., --been. ..enabled' !<*

' 4: p a short distarfce-bSi' watching a deer which think the'exfense-of af light from a Common only resistanct.which Ts respectaf; yet thEy ha\e gone too iar;,they base 55! ; om&onths.Sheeem give- iisjcoatents' conveysthe :"irflpressoi\
L' into the lakej'ond with a courage argaud burner,co.uld 'not.exceed:.pnejnill 05. and 'it ; } 'r from,tha moment andb5.s'cO that uTer iore substantial and erudite
ble.'reyolnfion wart H, not due thatthey' talked "resistance" into odiunT for-:neither are. ., .
:; niiely Equalled, dtove him awaj'andirUiag so.Perbou!.. Mr?Paine forms us Uhat',be, i' "S "7 i* ** = -i i. Y. -if'
it i into.the :lakejjjroughl !the fleer ;'pn BUM eeded two years since ia producing abril- as, enlighteneisitof public- opinion circumstances Tequire'; physical Tevoto(ion 'ibce.'about.issenger'rmadehis BH at jasOhe'grlm: than; the usual .componenls. ot the same

({ bore by the ear.' After petting bim a short Kant,light by'his present process ; but ion ac shouldmake'-issue without yequivocw and}1118 a remedyorf to the gemus'bf bui; .tnexorabjle suguncns; \Tprtoithe'rnateri; ; \rHich, fill other publicationaof -.

t lime the ungallant fellow made an attempt count of,fmne;difficulty connected with the tion 1 There isa.broad distinction;between Gbyernment Ours Is inherently a revoiuit'ary'government. nd- hejepirit ;pf fDQlly.tob f wlng.tto", the ;' tbe:,dky, ,classed! .as literary: ,

to get away, and ifinaljy carried, matters, so mechanical passage of; the air'through the resistance and idissent'' in House; ,,os'her,Eternal Master. The titles
will indicate characterof
; one breathpur .; Biennial and ( the con-
tar knock her down and her dress quadren
tear the
i as Jo ; apparatus,.and, occupation of, his mind J > > -- -* r -> ** -
when/ becoming justly incensed Bt such withotber; matters; be temporarily abandonf neighbor is the,advocate-off: resistance, according revolutions are'what our ''fojefathers /, P.i.Tbe"fano4'Sza,., un. tents, ,712:, Thyatira--iUustrationr-a. fine

treatmentjfche took:,a stone'and dashed out ed it. '' : '- to the precedent ofJohn 'llampden dell, for' public \ rbnj -a*remedy Jhc) nounceii* tb' .be cSmmericcd' at, OcalaVby perspective'.of 'that .ancient7 scriptural city;

_ _ bis.brains: "TTie olfaial1 the time stanil- "But, howfairdiffieuUies obviated, :and and ihef tbes of the revolution j in thenexUhat'resis'laii'ce Hmpden* orWasnton posie :' MessrsVJ.'A. Andrews Ruined Temple of Is!* MEthTojiia.-iliustraJ
inJ5.bf, a silent spectator of the, fight, th' the apparatus is,In'complete,and successful & Co", came fb hand lion TandescrjtJofrfIRomethtrForun1-$
which he took no further part tbarr byrbc- operation n dfferentplace., ,The apparatus vyTndlei. away? to 'the pecbapsa.; ,Charles:- onM...nqtb Me':beeibroaght la Veefc :It 'is..wSFfilled''with1 reading'matteri' illustration jiTbfrGenios: ;of Toting, the Aut

-'. casionally showing, a' formidalle' '"ro'of fpr.lighUng'Jarge.bouse*will.occupy, but mere right of "opposition,1," "examtnatipn/' 't th. IpckiorirGebrge flsijipedof and Is-aniioiuiced1 'as'in'dfep ndenrbffoliUoitrJartJiesVi thor.ft .the;Night oashtv.by Ber.Joshua,

. p. *-bite teeth. ; little rMm, Brarc iy'rnorerthan a large size Vuestionf pf'the,measure*,ot the major- Sii h'hey ffjtion Ni.Danfouhh. Tbe r( ean'Hom--a'TaIei!
i J It i itaale enough predict that if this -- I"s, The vRiral Bertfam-
girl gas raetrel"y 1enof BcTencfand'gas cpmpa- ity. So far as these prerogativesThaye-be'elif -' ,1tecatornQof Qrgan.BaiIdersT
: fives a few yeviwfmoie; she/wijl be able to ny,
. I wbip her weight in wild "cat >," give some the whole.: matter a.j' fc'bugh'jpvestigaiipni ; Ith'party may' ,,ceaien strougerthe chains! of a people! moiaSimma U e Lifelani.Wrih.VB .
' young ."Badger' the heart acbe.'or; what is and eo far, '.we'belie ye, nat ibere'iSj. but one done all the'szb'nihnan4 its' St'ill.we:will not deny the'possibility of 4pntingencfes siof6d.prbbablyTb"y;the1 Incbnveiiience'olfgetfihg ngs oLMartjn uppercithc"1ikeuessof

' perhaps a' 'great deal -better-; preside',with ppliiion' in regard,to the' invention'viz&tat opponents all |be resisting;;,, i :,t Frf jrhicb'a'people m this Bepufi. 'materials to this intedor. the thepoetand view ci his icturesqu cot"EnIDd
t grace and dignity over" the deetinieVpf some it is.the one,thing needed Jo"give a'safe un- founded: W(? do not; know"aparty'vrbo manofriny 1k mightb'e drIven t m i tain' their"taturalOr. Afc AlVhlf J| VUII f g
**wild Wrsconsm me." fiilihg supplyof4igbt.itftmereIy' nbmiriBl has hot'dpposedi'ximhe.d' paper.presents,,a;, repectio'appeamnce.In '$1: am all 'aOnt-! a'p bem|" everat shorter

p Wennderelahd-that Miss 'Thayer was iii expense, tree; from all danger of expldsioii. ; "md' b '. .- '' :: -' '?,' The. o descrif a, duelr-iarailess except poetical coutrihvU'ojis ;-awi the cIosiDg page
;, 4, ', *c.Mny,with another young lady-a'Miss and'accessible to the 'use of, alt. If the* editor quesuonea, more Q iess.uejfespecjife! ; Jnea" ,';$!i b'e'jnprejmmmeuf| if j jhe peoIeyeJtthe its'prjiidtcia1" ,jnfluence"" .,.on-**,+the' **%*tone: fc i-ffJT of devoted,to, the FineMris,'indudior-* J iC

j Stone-who* ran to call'her irother, their ( ot the Scientific American 'would'(,take sures of the!adjustment" Did jiot nearly thewhpleJSputbern chimeras those AVho, are flowpurgingih th e.. cpmtaunijty orwhicb jft.jrjcanrtj of r\f'nAtv *H.t. -*? :bYjT" OT SuHisib*

assista ce. -When they retutneJ,the animal, the trouble*ioAcpffier to,yVorcestef we think Delegation'ih'&h. res XJrw of
a large buck," Jay dead at'the" feet bf his hei i 1d 'biUIng .to, acknowledge, thai against 4. the admission' 'of' '5CaIiforiua.rtpidVomoslof ppposranatole safe ittto'dangcrousJeKtremes: : a 'on' Ocakba betncofTjaYe: tbc' wwivritVpw* Beautj- the>Bird bt PariIiehelycotoede9f'bqMawq' f

conquered What a scene "lot a painter. : : there 'are'"ipmjs thuiC8"fin'ufbi) Wprld 'noli ibenV" cOunaeIIOrwbo'eek8t8tommIt'1he' :- peo. tcMit"ir ., and U&utsual eolorefl lftohh rPlate fo* thaF

** -" Beamed fy ju4is philoopV"andai; : :onj f bj ?! 4ait&1ai9tr' ; j j8eemszo ?" "_ ,$vith5uch aatY,

'.4 ,. ARZZrI. Stii ,.THE' MoBMON IClKO tmue his-ungeitrus cayi1sagainst: Mr. pistrict5i4ye'L'rt ,AM did bet : will ; ..4vertetak orFoulents as. must *fWhich'

1 JJrtY3a IsLA2D-1 be' Detroit-DaI4d- I'athe" ,, ;2 r concede brrogree to acquiesce jnth"ese7mea. 1Haupdn aJ

. retrsr'uftbe. 97ib'Ma>! says', that!/on'' Uie ,YE sure's on jeo&didoifthai the violate4; rigbli.. 'of than_,by-tbe'wfser headi of our,own "dsyi. t, -p the cacteOCPteviau$15d1"l&a3
I prenons'day Uoitea Irbi? ? W 'kIaLzsTo.1'hebug 'r"t; already
tates Warner 5 ftta+f theSouth should
be secured ; -iv-v(
g Michigan' arrived ,at our; :'dock, having' :onboard Aurora, arrived at'Bo4ononJbe"28di byotberequiv.alentat' ; 11Ime"'lsfb1s'nLstory,1bus4give'the, ,, ornn CC9 jl 1eMcoiC2&repblicaion: of'tb
U, .8.' Marshal Kuox nit. from Cienfuegos, "''tKat bnrtbe .''Hare ihy' oFifieseTin: tlieir"con; Ions ctsrtaine4' t' make the former*rjjps'dtth.e5UaraerC. hal
; andr bis pose, report -j3/t-,1 isiiu-i.v fivj ; < *? j.A-rt .!:Jt "'s '- iiv. wLec,, .:,.statesmen'o. at' Indon.QuarterlLeyievforAprfl
Frorrf'JhV PirnariftfflVr? nhii-lifir mftit&Tnn.J .
t r : U. SDistrictLt&orniy Hpn,,Geprg*a Batet, 6th Inst., as the $JUdrgaref 64eM i.2j4estiO 5otet, hetvet14

,. ''' and.Adj. Gen.SchwAi4.1iavng.:Treturoed bea ng4up.itbrbarl! >pr*: 6beTwa {fiie4 jntb iuistme, unq aJifiedly hllprtedrvtctfti'im aUfts. pro of7 asnceftsL1aralluding. .. ---- t

: from Beavet,Island- whence tlhey.;went last from.t eJpr|, Tbeihipwas; brpuglit an -, b'01,01)the c J iitrary h '*I ,"1he'jTho! anthe: Parlmment' loek lot'puncluahityt'tjj ,4.anil-: and beno.jnor; 4 Ffr a1'tI 'tla
week in lwiitotthkcIebra1ctaam5 J* chor, and,jemaine4 Jbere all jtie| nighti: Jnibe fA' efibrtsfiade 4unng'Thig1tsu tus'ihii ,

' Strang, the self-cbnstituted kbg of.all the ;morniug the Captaif} went tip.to,, crwn toMA i8lt from portisianJ vwed'q : o14of % d ,EricjatLv,
earth".and'Bearer Wand 1n T rticuJar and itribtztabl&a the
faJlayotapci. cuiativeeIaratign" .
:'.r fr t' 4. 4 &*d soaofCzSe, 1jseni4sUf
three fbdudfuVubject nameJ Joseph r1t4:4t: It 'the Soutb aigIdeiforccmen Ltb aecaM" 0flpeflt'lzfl6tnesa''o1 dI'ttboa
. a- '-r 1W set1; tte ightthe ca rthbi gs fbI. %'.
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l'ia4lyJ- and %YmTovjA jZ
,Ketcbflbni Page
fSopT %
1. ', ric Biw t7r>Vye'il: &f&jfrS'r''i"Krrti3rr41' I4 ; '
'' 4a '-' j7hey.e -.-' -- ways bail the progress of tbe* with pleasure; I Li* *'? '"fji&tij r J v >tV'!" '*'iwe 4.h : -W4:4;:
; : >Ve.ft6w1eafn'that targe*cotton*factdryrfoooi :' alseJg4 : >rtmcdeti) f5bri'abQUt/-6TifrDae :for .lb*, YYK2
J rtfjirTOp4k'! >jiifcMg* ** Zok+ Q *$ '
.. cbItnJ.IIM thMaIJndaasau1twg ) o jnu>'operation io1htlcinity'of, t'pn, !
. 4 with anas tb*wail' rne r,counterfei U ngU; Auburn, oeaf $ detail; 0j>pp sib poTltbeaIVI.l- -- and>-i '- .T.-W.A.*.T"r St *H TT-*. VI' ,
': 'S, coin, arid upon Uoveromeu, | and : -. r '*- -* -> '" 7 dsiafluyepfis ? pascengers* itly &( !
s.-:. depredation lYcstPozM $ bpad Igain.iaywe can ad? bpwruich,'mTe'w, Wvas.i'3cea,were they usual.sC- -i % f" 4 .
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'r .; *: ;1TNlTh'D STATESTariflaUt.atoayoLixwiu ; 4Z'a
'WU W4 in- Hamburg the 3t'NIW1O a1pRE, ;! :*Z. ;
meeting ,* 1Z3t.ro: o thi Conutot '-'-: bepabl44d .,IlaflrddApdl .
take measures of opposition to j&ft t Devs3ui been duluppeln byUe Ma. $ :Lafg*-and Treaties of L..nariit- *.,ui- Ce.- ,

> eoromk II ): E df NVnd aftw.iis lOtbidar Tof Jon*, ,th.M Joe Uener4ComiaandIig; te bei* Ikdtocat. the UhftedStates ot-Atn ri *l Volume DLprwtag "e NM-Odd&rten.Y.r '- --' -
fTthelStete A -
6 eeMraff5 .. 1ATxii 0,. \r_ of departure the Steam "Packet of ibe ecOad DMSIOO o-F1o4 MitUswtth the aU the legisUUoa of the Congress,*t tb. i.1 OTINUE to publish the(sus1sa, Btl.- -
l&rty Ipode4; to report T ftf tfSjatfr'1-'- rankz* dtUUCfa1 teaat Coonetbil VnOa Slat**front JStf to ISM uM&uire;royal Svo. th krBy -
ragIntibns yLcIINTBE: SrmA'uDft:1zflUTtEk :
tee 4 | : therefore berespected anJ obeyed ., abont 1100 ,Priew- in
aceerdIngt.' pagssi f3, 0rv 'lapertor Mauine
in addition t which
%nd they hoe.
Were 4
doptetl -
wfceh "presented DEZicflrZDToWrn :J3y lawbfndiBj. : V ;;;
t ly cwaaenccd lb. eta .
pebflcatloa rsIsahe
disautinR.iroice. They deprecate I j raji iFir" -. ---- OSCAft-HAJD. This Tl me!s a continvaUen of, the StatuUs onlturslwerkeefledth Api- :

without! ( ;Atlh tano:'tftGce at BATfiSVILLE; ctwnmendhg :. stZarge In 8 vole, jublUbed Jby authority of -
8siolB nd the actiotfgofibe in FtieYsCgId(t '
W Congress IS454.- -
State .
ie .
wpar o Monday,;iber lust day of Sepitembfr i m ayanxia1 toarrnng
4 Co7akU $ywptidats44ztithe -- .
iSonlhern Rigbts ConventIonuforrtaTh'g next lor the the ;--A-_ -- Agn'culIreei _
ate ,; disposal of public lands -es-- - 7ates Slautca Lerge.lnelndingtho.eof the -

the will And action of ilie i'1 itnatec within'the' 'tondennentioned' townnd i temb& 81st Coagren, prepared, nderi an>rd r of the author HEXUT of STtroctv ? R.AfrUaIctir. .
the'measartuntn thi1s ddJacttonal 1wnshups **- -- LOUJALDAVAUAIU, I ,P1or1dhy S,enateand to be published agreeabtjrt r resolve the "Deck of the Faras, as. -
'.and iteommeo a postponement of : f tlwn edbyIbnP.ovoM. ., New flav _
bl llM.dy
pie K w"York: *She will-continue to leave-on & JloyiJ T r -1 ,. '
of the ffAelseline & west -1d-:4;: ,i't :Tbu: index wffl l'rofen.isot &ktti5o : fa Yals Vc$ '
tne cp-operatloa otherS ilefifius Tuesdays throngbont tba year; .i;< < i iCairyln vW- > ---so-- : refer,under ceiti&le to lere&e&e. .- -
n<' in.ri -- i jlT- f* A Jtw5rV JL -iiiii forThyoree.z each law;aad erery iwnt and Ssa tc,and iirwrfrt.i < -- c -
UaiDed tlio United States Hail. wT
e&is ; Jhey alsq dej&fnee ,- .fbisbigbljv'0 WOrE
tiihtr hp twooiaie th ., rinK to jtn*HatUTaeUoa of thiit' public or private, which TUM been pasedoradopUd targe
royal oeavo vOtueeetaJh.
the .Compromise measures.. They, Townsliip two ofnaeJ '; & For'Freigbt-Enptgenwnts or" Pagsnge"'bavlng $; that the hiefendant S011"TAndrews'resides under the Federal Constitution,so that with18 over r -
ur.- pagev.
plendid steel entravtaiuf
jhe ,,
inperioraccommodat.lontkt. Rooms to reader may see at a glanco tbt.wholar law ,
; v bcyon.ithe limits 03anlsingleiubjct
Pi of the Stale
of th .. :Fractional tonehipiourteen north otflorida, to wit; siid morethv
-of _
decision lugu&r
'also resolved that the ply boardv: t>r to'"uFEEHASDKi7'BiSBEE& Co.; in the 3tata of JGeorgiarv., V : : :: : -
; ; shonld be finally'snb:" Whhe rivei', of'range'ntnei I IKurhof. Agents,Jacksonville; E?F.- '" ,'. '" 0a Botioaof James'Ms.Usher Solicitor'far Just pu1ithd,Dom1 (M 3 CiriZ t.va', ii'ff highest styLi of theat, illustrating almest.v.ry' '- -.
.Cbnreiliion implement of -
: Stale husboadqnow-, ass by the b4 .
MtA COHEX Acnt. gaturol XWerJ translated inta-Engliih;by-Win. -
the. baseline" a&f.ltatt of&e V CompUinantItisorderedlhat'tli9 atd DefenSSl farmtrs'
SimUar meetings were j\flh\ ; StraauSLLD.,,Uvocat Doctora'Common the bed methods Of ploSrbtnjr.fcCutififv,
tnitted tothepeopk. principal.mcridiani'i: : > WW, plea4,answer or demur,to the said Edited,from tbe second London Edition lion bnrvsIng.-. & ?,. ,&>,: th -T rWw; *>
recommended to beheld jn. other Districts for tiULwitaui i three jnontha,,*! the same will bo, ta- Ltrra ,by. fcuiffiftl*in (beLt tiltfluMt ,MM(M4M.. &* hort .,._.
also late ,
TownslujV fiftktnofrangeiWo: ken as confessed.. ." - one of the Jnde iri

of the State. Addresses vrere>deli v. Fractional townships jevej anllrrelvc," aTannaflvery o'clock,until farther FltWAhdOR.IW notice.: 'at.seren\* f And It ii farther:Ordered;,that a copyTof, this the CrrJ Court and of Common-Pleas j ,;DOW Le.iursv.on renderItT I'ictorial feature of Incaleulabe'*: the bok valn.tthe is muqne1 stdc and .1 -

ered by Hon. W. A. Owens *nd 'TO&; of.range.eixw; ? ; -". --- -- naelZ. _'la'wU) ., rJe;daI7erLtflu4'be-published in'some public In 2 Parliamentary TO- RbytUSroi Law in ILwvard. University agrieultnr.. : -:';: _
At the Land Office-at New8paper.of Eastern-Circuit of Florida' for Tbwork Is being ptbhishe4.In
CHAMPAGNOLcomniencihgon Among the writers the Roman -; : *
from Senator """ on Law .wLos-*
Boyce and letters received Monday; the fifteenth of NEW CLOTHn Q STORE IV the- xpeee&f three'mouths. work- are best known to English 'and?Amet lean" pf 64.pageeath,'cxelusirtly of $h. -
day MaohZl U.)! Si'ned
and Mr. Bart. ..Thefollowing is the lawyers, and which have exerted the Steel .ngrsvicga, aatf U ioldat l coats.ot .
Butler -- most infla
for the *
September t disposal btlhe'piiVlic LL -v. L1I1I.3qD.lGLA.; frthe' entire work la number, of whiei'th.r '

letter of the latter gentleman: lands wilhm4he.:undermentioned lowniVhlps -*A8bTd an Cloth1aDrc- -t :1'Ct&flVTthe'olioyatobiiCojjot 1--uge J&C., ke. .,J;' cues work upon, entitled our Jnrisprndence"Uie CivitLtnet*..poattT itt Kitvral''whoj Or will' boat least twenty-two. ,*. -'e .. _

'/ OHAJ.GE HILL, tb.lSSUGentlemen. to-witr -.S' rStdfsi. : < .*-: the der" says Judge Story (Prtfae* 'to1 Bailment) The British Ferlwlicala 'n-cabGalie4 art.a* ..
:' > '-. fOS : Original ..ordoTAia fullowsvi:1 .
J abore
; sUtedI "eot idcringtliftag :aad- ibe-circtunsUTiees In -
South,vf'ihefdsie Zinc -
.' I greatly regretlhat shaUbe \ and; tbesffthe" fjiflhtprin&pal TBif%BinETi OKEr 001l"UTf,>Ojr.-Mt xJT. ..s.ease.. _j Witness ray. bands the whicb U ws written,b A truly wonderful performance. TL London Quarterly Review,(Conservative) "

.unable to attend the meeting n your lown, irieridiari 7, -- -' >-fEe 1 t *<*Coart tbia 1 27th day of .'llui method is excellent, and his matter *Iidinborg"R vJ w/Vv'hlg.y"The North: *
of this; month, to which you W'me' Towjifehipaeleve&jaaMlIfourteen, of range :, -J"A -- : Mareh.lSL JS.ScAEBoaoTO ; Cl-k.jC.C... clear;exact, and comprtbenMve.1 British Review (Fro* bureb.) The WaiI

on the 3Ist My seventeen. w.- *,.: XD:JUESPXCTFUIXT inTitCS tlJ9 pltaJCDS, ofJTm. -. ** r:i -i>3. .2m, .: The object oftba author,in tkta learned production oter- Review, (Libor*;,) au4 Llsekweo4aE4ja,..
regret .
the honor to invite me. > .. Jacksonville and theM&rroan&ng) country
,was to dlsambarras* (boM oTtbV principles frzrgh-MaguinT ) .
liowever; is diminished br the' fact that1 1 -Tow1ips eleven;of ranpe eighteen., to come and see for themselves*,:You will posit irey In'thc and provisions of the -Roman law j which are" j4

lave recently remonstrated, in the,most resoute'and AtWe Land OMceatnELENA, cammencing }>.uy your Gpodi in this New StorjB cheaper than "';" -. Eastern Circuit. Court- of general interest and application,from the technicalities Although tbeae Works are dlslingnlibtd by til,
: Florida.In political shades
did Jacksonville before. puviil County, : abovo.lcdiealed, ye but a matf -
the ever you ,of the and them ;
against the edi- on Monday, eighteenthday. August system ,by presenting
emphatic manner, -- portion of their.contents it dtvbtcd
iiexVfuri the of 3une12-3an.- ?- 'I..MODE. 3ou Ttram- ) Cbanceryr .' in a natural and scientific method,to render them to pobtisol : -
which the-.raost reckless ; disposal ; public lands ; ilveeU. It is tbeir iittmry oliaracter''wlueb-
to ; .
cia) measure --i ..__ :j_ ., ;- .c --_- 'i.Mtu .- more intelligible,and their attainment more useful -
the xvithia the followins named to wnsh ins and gives them their'chief vaIaeaert.ia tba(
efforts'are making to drive Notitc.T the Uiey
and desperate 1 Tencua.Dill, Direrce.t. "agreeable; andSh6ngh' work was
stand confessedly Ikr above all
people of this State. I heartily concurwilh parts of townsbisp.s, ,vizi ..1Xorth I1E 4 PARTNERSHIP bcretofore' existing r appearing the'satisfaction of the Court particularly intended for and adapted the French their Uaas, JUackwood,still under other'Journals tle of _

you, that the people who are to bear, the of lfe>base line and east of the fifth under the firm ofjILSOL'MOONEY: Sdissolred. F that Mary Turner the defendant ia the above jurisprudence of,tha age, it u not lens applicable guidance of Christopher North, maintain jnarterrv its aarcieut
burthens and fight the battles that must result principal meridian, .: 'The business the concern 'win be entitled Cause, resides out of the State of Florida to every system of law, of which the'Roman code celebrity, and wt thi< Lim .-nnuoaDy at>"
settled by Wiu.iAjr"Ats pr -r and the of this is either a part,or in which it i* recognized as a traelirc
such'inadness, ehould! rebuke the beyond jurisdiction Court/There from the serial work Bulwer and otWer _
from Sections; .thirteen body of written reason. ,J3ejidca the general
wnty-tlie&weniy. WILLIAM mtSOP. fore on motion of-Oscar Hart ( ., Solicitor for literary notable written for thai Alsga3ua
headlong indiscretion of those who wbulJ four and twenty-five, east: of the St. Fran GEORGE MOUNEV.. said Complainant i* Ordered,That said defendant claims which the work thus possesses to the attention and fi.-st appearing ia Its columns both in Grt

; precipitate such evils upon them. cis river, in township three, four. Jacksonrille, March 2t>.' jun.12 ." "-,3t:- appear and answer to the,bill of complaint of the American lawyer, Uwmat.baa a peculiar Britain and in tins United States: 'Sncb works aa _
range interest -
in tho f tbe- State ,- whose
IncontestiLle as I hold the right of secession of said .complainant within four months, or legal "Tbo Caxtons"and "ily New Novel '
who the Stitelo resort Township e., of range seven.. MASONRV,.BRICKLAYING, ..PLASTERHE the same will be taken as confessed against ber, institutions are derived la part,from' those of Bulwor.) "My PoainsnlirMedalTbVGrUb
to be, urge Jo not" South oftlte'base line and west of thejifih :- ING-&c.- ft iiftuther Ordttul, That a copy of this.order, France law.or Spain- -" ,'and'arc- -thus' ,founded. in tbe Ito- Hand," and other serials,of which numerous rival _
to it at the present juncture pretend meridian. duly certified by the Clerk of this Court- be,published -, man editions are issued by the leading publishers la
to denv that its exercise vvonU>robablv principal : TJNDERStGraD lakes,this method of in some newspaper printed within the Eastern The reasons bare induced a belief on the part this country, bare to bo reprintej by thosrpwbligh'enfrom -" 1 _
collision Tovusb four and of ., informing the public that be is ready to do of the publishers that a modern eddUiott of this the
involve State in ii hostile part ; an,Island in Circuit of Florida once a week consecutively pages of Black woodafter it*at-
Government. This fession bare led them to ia
the Federal and
with &oV&e."Ue wflrfnrnisV plans and drawings, ; engage arepabli scribers to the
r rTHO. DOUGLAS'Judge fcalI.Isidore Reprint of that
Magaxia akways
made in the address ship thirteen, of rane one cation of the translation of it DrIStrahan. may
cession is abundantly : < : when desired by persons for whom be is engaged English by rely on haying the earliest
of the meeting which was lately hejd in At the Land Office at LITTLE ROCKicommencinij to' eieeutework,, without "eitnt eharge.., lie is V. Camle Clerk of said Court 40 ;r fcsctnating tales. reading these
hereby certify that the above U*true from r
well known'to' the -citizens of Jacksonrille copy -
Charleston. I have never doubted that on Monday, the first day of competent mechanic, and Work he has performed as a the Record*of SAid Court of an order made on the FROM hIo: JLJDGE-EUSTL'3. CHlfiY JUSTICE TERMS-pernnuun; .

such a conflict would take place if but one September next, for the disposal of the public already for citizens of.the place be refers to a* an- twelfth day of May, A.D.1851. OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA. t For any oat of the four leeiews. E til

Stale sewded, and the assertion that I have lands in the following named tracts on additional..evidence hii qualifications, ."- t*'. L.'In witness -whereof 1 berennto'sct niy* IRooKLPtn, Ocr. II, 1SO For any two do" S Oi1' _

modified my opinion is wholly destitute of and near Cypress lake, VJZT ftj-: Cuts and Moulds for.ornamental'plaster** X.--s.-- hand and affix the seal of said Court. GETTLEMEX: I ;have examinedtbcrshceU of For For any three do ''- 1 -

foundation. I do not perceive how any.rational North of the base tine and vest of tlie fifth ing also furnished. JOHN 1VEHS.N. Slay IS, 1331.ISIDORE' V.GuziClerk-4m ,'&s: the translation-of the admirable work .JDoiaat For alpbar EUekwood's dike Magazine.-Reviews, .3 fIG or

man can doubt it. Those who urge pinc'paLmeridiw : B.-To1 Planters be would say he bas much on the Ciril Law, which you bara been kind, For Blackwood and three Reviews UO-
experience in putting Batteries and solicits enough to send me. You will bare rendered For "
of the up ngar Blackwo and the four Renews 13 OQf"
us to secession, regardless admit Bother that The South half of section eight, the south work in that line, con&lont that be can give pRo.spEcT.uso.Fi'EE: great service to the science of law by the publication. For Farmer'a Guide [complete ia 22 os5MIr( -

States, with but four exceptions, half of ten, fractional sections fourteen and the amplest satisfaction. Charges moderate. The form of the, English edition of the

without the aid of some of those Mates, defeat fifteen, the north half of seventeen, the east :- -- "MARIOX SL3t." translation was"t large-aad inconvenient and Payments to be'maUe in all cases is advsmte/

would le the probable result 6f such an half of the noah i Jacksonville May- 2D the abore title win its scarcity and-high price prevented iU general CLUBBING. -
iwenty-one, twenty-two, 1851.lyIn 4EVPAPEaidng use in ibis country Tbe present publication, A discount vf tJctntf-fire"per f. rb "i
unequal struggle. I presume no sane man half anJ:6oulh\vest quarter or. twenty-three, county, East CrOni-iUfonu. its stylo of execution, and moderate above? will be
Pr respectable! intelligence, could come to the northwest twenty-six aiul the Clrcntt C urt, Ka><,.rn Circuit of Florida Florida, in a few days. :: price, I think cannot fail in remunerating yon'- four prices "allowed to 13ub ordering
quagcr'oi .of
or more copies one ofmore-oC tk-
In.Colambia County, lu CUaucerj- So far a-ni Democracy, are con- any
as WWggery
conclusion. Indeed ills so obvious The translation by Mr. Strahan has.been tested ; .
above works. Than 4
other half.of the northeast of : c.pieoeiflackwovd or'
west twen '
any quarter will be neutral but sound the ;
on it is in the main correct but will be
Louisa E.'Smith paper improved under -
made > of the Review will be addrttt
to sent licnt
efforts assure -- one for
that unsparing are ty-seven, in township three,.of, range fourtcen vs. tiUf r Divorce.EllshaSmith Sorrrusu' q te-rics; :. the revision of the editor,Judge Cushing. 4 of the four Reviews
% $9 copies and Black wood
tos that the other States named necessarily % -. .- ; '. $ : : TERMS, Two DoUarsjf paMln advance* if.not; :: In searching for a solution of the apparently for 8; $); and so oa. i &
brcome Involved with nseithef by ifor.the Tbree. Adrertisemcnts, laierted at the,usual new questions arising out of the various relations
Lands appropnateJ 1Jt law use 'of appearing to'iBe satisfaction of'tb'e Court 03*Orders fromCluls wnst be sent dntrtt

having their courage excited by our exam- schools, military and other purposes, together I ;that the defendant, Elisha Smith, resides be rates.fc-bort esmmunltatimt from citherpartywillbe which In judging oar'advance of those in reforms civilization of tb.is law creating which, and are tit publishtn, tA no discount from these prieea8 -

1-le or by being dragged into it against with lhose swamp and overflowed lands yond the State of Florida, to wit, in the State of inserted, if couched in courteous language. in differof the entin ro reasd part s United SuiMs, .MhaUowtd to4zcwts.

their will. Again, we are told that it is made unfit thereby for cultivation," if any, for Georgia,on motion it ia of W.thercoreorJnrd M.Ires, Esq.,tSat solicitor the Under the Agricultural.llead, the fanner will the value of the civil law will' be. appreciated as be Money received current at-par., the. &atiiuvtere-hniedip-jfl- -S _
the Strain from the find valuable matter; and any, information tend? it to be understood.It cacao be otherwise
mission to save shall be the authorities emittanecs-
our which 'selected.by slate defendant do appear, plead, answer or dw-mur to' of East c- and .communl-aConr sbonld
lug to advance the 'Agricultural interest with vf written which for
doom that impends, and that our first gun before'.the days-apjK>iu d fOr ihe corn- the complainant's bill withn four-months the Florida solicited from the farmers. ccutor'jg a'system the most wonderful reaaors sociaL be always addrejsed,-iwat paidur** d.to U *
States under our same will be taken as confessed, provided publication giverred Publishers. LEONARD SCOTT JkCO., ,-, -
the daveloUiag
will rally tnencement of the public sales te'spectively, C : ANDREWS ever witnessed and
be made of this order as the law directs/ j A. ,& cc, that the world bas ; .73 Fulton st N.,Y.,entranccold G 4
bauiner. -I tell you, gentlemen, we can drag under the act, entitled, "an act to enable the And a hearing will be had of said cause t tba j.;-- -- Fublisier" and Proprietor's. which la the reaL basis of.the jurisprudence of

jio State into our difficulties.: It is prepos'ierousto elate of Arka 'as and otSer states to reclaim next term of said Court thereafter.'-' Ocala, May 6,133L.iVews please eopy.JCANOE outncatal Europe, and of a l.argeportion of" *that Tlie Globe.. .. -
think of it. Would it be manly of England sad the United States A Congressional Agricultural drttf Li4arf
the wawq) lands' wIthin their limits, (Signed) THO. DOUGLAS. -- .. It would be quite useless for me to speak of-the ,
indo it if we could 1 We must concede to approved September 58ih, 1850, will beex-f Judge; &e.; &:. FOUND merits of the great work which your enterprise u .Ycwspaper.. -" -

the other Slates: what \ve claim for our-. 'eluded from the 'sites. And 110 kwations for' A true copy-Test: fHTIIE undersigned gives notice that-be bas about to give to the American publie.- From the THE uidcratgned S'bm1t t tiieieI bit- 4

Belres-intelligence to underhand tlicir bounties heretofore law S. t-CAiBoaoroH, Clerk. JL caught a CANOE, which was adrift, and isolated position which the civil law has been per ter the ULOB* and iU reports fos-- .
rights and to defend theui. Yes, land granted by any May 12th, 1S51. 23-4m which ii VOTT ia his posse&ionl The Canoe i* mitted to'occupy-in Ergiind, few of the standard the next session Congress. Congress he now
courage also of Congress for military rvices rendered seventeen feet long, by three wide and bas cedar works concerning it have .been translated into so libcrJly ptroniied the undertaking that.it

we must take it for grai.ted that they to the4'aited states will be permitted on any NOTICE.SEALED timbers and,cedar gunwale, The owner can English, and this want bas not bern supplied "by will be esUblisheil:a standard work worthy ofIs

Jiave some sett-respect, and that they are of the above metdioved lands, as provided tty PROPOSALS will be received at bare her by proving property; and paving necessary. the original English treatises on that subject -I oQial imprimatur,nnlesa the ondeixgned! fiUJj*

not cowards and cravens. 1 .am proud of. entitled '. act House in Jacksonville, until the harges.f JAMES LATlilER, have no doubt thai in5Louisiana Texas, in in hu duty. Thin will not be the east if earned
the valor and heroism of Soath Carolina. the act, 'an making approptia- fifteenth [lath] day of June next for placing, replacing St.Johu'6 Bluff. California,and in the new Territories of the United effort can avail. Tb GLOBK laths only fay' _
tions for the civil and diplomatic! expenses keepibg in their proper places, taking np May.22dJ851.- -29.3tM1LATAiLYBOUITY States,AS well as in Lower Canada, there win that will furnish full reports of the proceedin&saBdf
but I am of opinion that other people have of government," &c.:, approved 3J March, twice year, deaaing and painting the Bnoyg on be a ready demand for your-publication. The debates of the two Bouses of Congress; lad baV-

these qualities also. And it is in my judgment J841. St. John's Unr and Nassau Bar, and doing all profession throngbont-tbe Union will readily lend log received their unction as men,the beat Re

bad policy, as it is bad taste, to assume The of the above mentioned-- lands other things necessary to be done, so that the said -1-ANp. their favor to the undertaking; sad I trust that porters will be engaged to write out the debatftof *'

the South Carolina alone has the spirit and offering Unoyi will bo kept in good order and in their pro- Pre-emption :11 iglits.LAXD .- your enterprising house will find its. interest ,ia each day, which will undergo the rerisMdof
will be commenced the 'days appointed, places, for the term of one year.The Government publishing, from time to time,in the English language the Members. The work, after passing through .
intelligence in defend and peserve the and will proceed0 'the order in*which they per *will furnish-Buoys, Chains, Anchors, n.&L OFFICE, > such other ftaaila.nl works as will form the theDittT-GLOCEand receiving corrertiotf.-witf

common rights of all the Southern States are advertised, with all convenient dispatch, Shackles,&:. The contract to com...enee on the March SiiS5I.C basis of a civil law library.I be presented,M finished in the Coicntssiustf.-.

I believe 1 have the means of knowing the untirthe'Avhcle shall have been offered and first of July next. Bond and approved security ORDER TIL\T the liberal views of Congress remain, gentlemen, very respectfully your Giian and Ari'z'cnix.- -

'public opinion of the slave-holding.! States, die sales thus closed; but no sale shall be will be required. Separate ISAIAH proposals P. hART will be, con P in passing the Act of 2ilh September; obedient .servant LrrrOc, fc.Babyrx.- GUOilGE.EUSTlS.Messrs. during The debates the next win session.probablir The increase one subject in inturIs wMe
and I declare, with sincere sorrow, that net kept open'longer than two' week*, and no Collector & Snperint't. 1350, granting Bounty Laud.to certain officers engro3adtbe laat,will dombtlwa give way M others -
soldiers who bare been in the Military
and engaged
one of them, nor any considerable minorityin private entry ot any of the Ian J will be aJ- May 20th,1311.2144 service of the United States, may,be carried FROM ALFRED HE.VNEN. Estii OF- TIIE"NEW ."great variety--which- this prtfrMdre5
one of them, is.prepared to ad rue or. of the ORLEANS BAR: country, th&.coDicts of party and the aabftkaf
any mitted until .alter the expiration two out, and every expense to the "Warrantees be
the secession of South Carolina., As 1CtiCE in the benefits Bosros;Sept. 6'lSO. for place asd distinction,. necessarily prode.-=
justify weeks. .. avoided as far as possible obtaining -
Vast interests will be at stake the dKaiona1
States I take g'ITON just received from Connecticut of.their country for Messrs. LITTLE fc Enows:, .- t ayes
the gratitude
the other granted by.
sentiment in
10 public Given under my hand at the City of cut, and for sale by the subscribers, faithful services and at the.same Gentlemen-1 am much {.leased, to learn that of tbe next Congress;and.there u mat talent tt

issue and demand the proof. I know, personally Washington, tl&uh day of May, Anno who take this,method,soliciting a liberal pa time to secure aud'patriotic to the hardy and; enterprising get- jou are eugaged in publishing a revised. edition both branches;which will be evoked ia their dSF;
and well the and distinguished -* Strahaura translation of DOJUTOS CivrtLAw; cnssion. .All the honors of the Republic depe K
gallant Domini, one thousand, eight: hundred and tronage. tiers on the Public Land the fruits.of their industry of the -
dent succession tothe. Presidency.arwelf
and true men, that represent some of themin fifty-one. ICli carefully packed and sent to any part of and privations; the Secretary of, the ..Interior work in the English, language; ont the's
as great permanent
fullness go'tothe
it for the -
ia to be compared with -
but I know the country on fchort notice. has directed> t
Congress, ro man amongst .DULLARD FILLMORE;. advancenMnt of the ot the eotmiry
7 8 o'clock and correctness of the doctriiie conveyed throughout power i
Hours for Town delirery from to er- That public notice begirento all settlers on
them that would not stay us from the madness ,.i.-F will give impulse tothe 'action f the next Cowgress. '
By tie President: wishing to supply themselves it- T--
morning.Persons ( come
Public Lands subject private entry,to. -
cry t -
of secession. Let those who affirm tbe.cot- J BcTTEBrlELD. will bo pleased to observe this, as the icehouse forward 'and'file- their"Lcelaritory? *8tntezrnt3; From tho time of publication up fcflhepre-; TheJ3. ; G7o8e wfllbe puilislKd I fjr'iMa. -

trary name the man. *. Comini&joner.oftlie General land Office will not be opened at any other time. The within thirty day. after making their settlements sent, it has received the approbrtlon of the -most the session learned nd-lawyers-an every-country; and
ro hare ao""hQpe.that we necessity for such a regulation will be apparent to and improvements as required by the Preemption men "
gentlemen, we BOUit8.Jacksonyille. -deservedly The compilers of the Code Napoleon of the year. --It .will contain fall.and faithfttlre .
all. .ALSOP & : Act of 4th fhI cc as to secure their very
"tither late'intosecession September of the of Et th unseen Co&?. .
can coax or coerce any NOTICETO PRE-EMPTION CLAIM .May Z, 1S.31. 22-tf their right', and prevent interference drew copiously from 1t'forxthcir work.- punts procoodings > '
at the present moment ANTS. I_ pre-emption warrants' Napoleon bhnsolf studied it most carefully in early greg; and mipceRaneotcrtietesoa those gestsf'subJeea "
tbe location'of these .
by to which it U cToteS.; :.; ;**j.3S. -,
which account for the singnlnrjumt -
I think we should deceive, ourselvesif IIkADQUIaTLRS,4116 And that au warrant ma) be locaieu upon ue life, may Globe contaInS AgrIoutt&tt
Every person enlltled.to the right cif prey ; -- -- uesn'and wisdom of his observations and decisions The IVttUy: win
we suppose we1 thoulj *xcite the eiitption' to of the !lands'within the Brigade7.M. ,, land vpplied for,if subjctto private entry on the during the discussions on the adoption of his code and mwcellaneonsarticlesr; and- will cce.sbmaUf
of the Southern' Stales, or even 3d March, 1831.without an affidavit as to whether give debxtes fsucbimportai >'se othatdn' .i'-'
gratitude wilL be feudd ia the
townships and toxvnsbipa above enumerated ORDER-Xo I. : not and after baring Denial.should, and;1 hope .' .
parts sai&land U improved or ; rtrsal ictcrwU ._ .. ., _.
wilJ ,
tbeir admiration, by secession. Tbey Captain JOHN L.''HOPKINS the.county the library of every American lawyer
shall remain
loestablish'the been located said -rarrants tooce
required same so servant The price of &, -irtttiy Jikis reduced
obedient ;
'the Your
let us understand that it. is not their to satisfaction'of the Register and Receiver of Putnam, and ISIDORES GARJflE, of hand*of tbe Land OSoors at least forty diy..4f at '- : dollar5 with,"a tie w ta obtain-a>nw>re goneratcirculation.

Battles that we shall fight, 'or their.'caiusejhalive ( county ofDuval, are hereby duly appointed AidsdeCamp the, end ofthat, time.there ino interference by -. .LFRED.nEXXEN .,' l ">t'T "---'
shall npbolJThey..will sot hail of the proper Land' Office: and making payment to Brigadier General commanAing; those location with pre-emption claims or.otber- ; detennined.in .The Cmtgrunoal Gfoorwfllembody, a* Uhaif .
; FiOLLAND. REP9BT3 CASE .argued anI.
D. of'tbe oF *
therefor as soon at praticaKe"after ueing and IICNILYft M- will beieturned lo this Office '
wise the warrants last seventeen Cohgressitrtiai'proceeding -
done- for the year;
if tbefirst
the tbe.Souibv: But Circuit Court of -UuiieilEtatcs,for,
champions : rank the
lisas tkii oitceiand before the day appointed county of DuraVSnrgeon of.'Staff,with for patenting; 1>nt..if there u socb iaUiference,4 fwUowi end debates eneIwatre1. ?* t? .
the eceMioti of this' State-its..political- and title 'of Major- :rh ywilbe respected and circuit Lfromill2! to lSal, a. < ?
bo made. i
'of'' new location will > The wilTembraee fpttl&tfS
for the the sale fpctutuf
atiouijrom hebtb rsave.bok1iug Statei, commencement public obeyed, accordingly.' '/"' i ;i: ,. ''Warrantee en locate,ilieirwarrants on theirown GAVLJSOS'S? iL iR pbrf* olC,Cases.wr. separately: ,and the mesmges.f.the IVwlent ef

ojuld Je effected -peaceably and quietly as the lands'embraciriff the trae t claimed,*btbe'r- .L II.:It is further requested that the Colonels attached pre-empUon.rights the land was proclaimed -, gued and doterminod ia the CSJreait.Court of the the United Statea and,U reports of UK*'llcidsot1tbe x '

ts-i'sucb claim'will be forfeited-! j, to the Brigade'report their several places and offered at public .sale prior to.3d United States,for the rst-CircuitJreei !5J2to Executir pepartmeats.: ':j (- I

*oaie have< tried to make ns ;believe-4L it : .* ;,JJBIJTTERFELD! ,. of addrc s,-and at their earliest convenience;the March, 1S51; and ten the miounum price of tbe 1813. ;Second edUioai wUh additional W otes and *The t Concessional Gkbt toad-Afftvhf- will btf"publisbc

could be done without the use of market, Commtssifmer.t'fthe General Land Office.jun513t' number of officers now In commission",.belonging"' "' -' bud ii more baa one dollar aad twenty.fire cents cferenccs.- 2 ToLf.- VO.BOS.Ofll835.* a>-fast a* the proceedingsoTjCougreaf
i ii' that to tbeir rcspcctire commands '* !should ouit doing justice to iuwuieelings,
pra dollar my'conTictipn i itvrpnidS -- per acre,can pay ia cash will make a number. -SubKri rrsmayexpcct4n' -
e a dire calamity toourscU'cs.: *,We should ei : 4 ; DWIW I1Ol'XINS,' the-8ost of the land, and tip aaouat wre t,*.; o 5 well as t9.the cuo of truth,if.I were;not Re-to number of eatb a week daring thtfint J5ur*ck* -

be the victims of the most extraordinary delusion 1 ; the warrant, estiuaaUtg.tho$ warrant 31,25 per select the decision ia Gallwon'aod-Mawa of a sewioa, and two nr lireo numbers of each*
Bounty Land and General Agency MAvi'oaT1tn.Ls.B. F.,MayI&hIS5L I- acre 0pre.emptiis--rfghtsattathod to.-aat- ports as specimens o pte'cudoor.t merltThey'tl best week afterwards,until the end of tte sejsiojtt'*
tnat ever ruined Jalcountry/or a people. tomato sections reserredto :tbe Unitcdt stales *naf fskly be pla ecIupoia-kVd .W1t1t' Complete indexes to tb Coezrssoatf3&o6(
And .in "fflj deliberate-! judgment all WashintonDc.TOSrk'I1T.WALKtfl Old"Metal Wanted.* j alone the routes of RaOrwnds.Cnali. productionsof the Euglish-Ad011r5111 v Ifor-deep and Appwdix.win be sent to sub dihesso1-'
good men-all patriotic men-should strive, will jiv& prompt REPARATORY r operation- Where pplicalion i ir made to-thiS OQceby tae and tftcnrate learning, M well aa Ibri the tbigbtst tee Congress adjbarna .' *" "_.-' '\
efficient'attention1'fo the HOU. TJf. commencing 5 ability and wisdom indecisiQI3leutu2(2) iff fm"
p -spp1icant
lisaUer and warrantee to locate>tbr warrant; : Nothing a potTUcaTarfjci'wtl rip
without to avert BO uiler Jar in Machine Manufactory wish to '
ceasing a -
LAND -CLAIMS of officers and Joldten engaged my pur- should designate the;Land District,, eeeioa of ;_. .k Globe save tluU whkli will te fuond ra thc Congressional -'
old "
and *o irreparable., in the FLtmrpa WAB, or in either ot the LIDUJTW chasoln large or smell-quantities,will Iron.Copper he conntry.jor.particular tract on which he sbe MASOX (William P.) RKroara OF CASES iabe re3: A ;Mpr'assaiBlny.t a-.

I f>houU have been most happy, if I could BS in which the U>Stat-es bare teen engaged, or ISraas.. ,- for:.7.which'good r- .GI-XRGE'MOONEY.prices giren. the location made ; and where the tract is specified Circuit Court' of the United SUt* ifortbe. impartial rehicle for all pides,.cannot uaintsJn'ror** -

tare concurred in what *eeins the oi 1tera- or.the War. with Great Britain-pf'1SL4;-to Jacksonville- E F.VMay, l51. T1-t ,would be well 'designate several-otherS First CIrcuit,froni 1316 to 5 voIs.vo... baraetcr if the oditbrial" *"colamnrrtflecT" .. *Jairly -

Lie determination of the Suites. I know the caimion tUeU.Kta.tei for 31iLiTAiT SEKVICES, in the order.ln which taey5-Jtr 'dosured,. that ia "Thesettepottsc6mpre the Dc1ons of Mr: bu-; -- .-
to- and to selected shall bare been taken, tbe-United ..TERMS.i.; .,
stTruEs, TEVSIOX last ruopiETT, case the.tract first St6ryon the rstCireuit'cf- f ;
consequence*of daring to dissent from those any description of buiaea requiring *n Aoent or -, :E20! Sale.; : the warrant can ba located upon the first t of the States usce,'and followin erTafler4Mr.Gallison; 'a. Tor one copy of tbe Daily Glol# {Sutr .Tov '

who have led us to tie trir.k of:the precipice Attorney &\VBJshiDgtoa..! For-procuring Land A .Sngar MiH witb" itthefronsvnecessary rot ethers which may be yaeunt without further.de- leport-.'- The Decisions relate to a great vsrietv ring the session of Congrese, ssi i w cUy. -

and I am predated to meet them all. U'wrants, bu charge will ,be(3. .In otburcaae tb appUcaticn!horse, power... The rollers lay. In them fuc the affidavit of the applicant of subjects Constitutional;Admiralty,Personal; during th.rccess,> a year, -*t .. $S -' -

Let them strike 1 crave not their forgiveness. the charge irill be proportioned to the nature and are of.Iron. 13,inches io, diameter 33. inches in taken before anocer competent to admiab-ter and Real Law,and Chancery,'and -cuaracter-. For the Uaily Glob. for 1eesttn%yarii" ..-
jiouor difficult j of the cane.- engtb,- 'Abo two'Boilers measuring 120 and 230 oaths,that b$ -is tha in3 ntical person mentioned dbytb*. profound learniagaouteuesa, and the itOOf8lctL gmohtb.: -
With great, respect, have ;the to .lie wiUalao act in connection with:-AcenUor gallons respectively. .Delirery at Jacksonrille.or in the warrant,must accompany the application.- horoujtbnesa'of research which are such eminent For one copy of lh 'Wa krj Globe fiftr -

be your obedient servant, Att rucrin Florida who may Le employed in tslatka. ., - -- -- he'eame rules must be'complied With where ap- traits of their author.SftTtfin bear a favorable year --
,- ACMBTtlD BtJRT.IVllmlnftanllarkct Bounty Land and other claims, on-term 11 may be agreed upon. Letters' [which ibouldbe KER, Att raeyai Uw,Jacluonvillo, Ewt;,J orida. Officer Where snob spplici.tion.lomde by the utility, witb thebcst Tolumeji f the EaglisUt Kc nngecsHn? .

June tb.tirzr post|*aidJ win reo ire immcduit*attention* .. \-. : ---. Af-r '* Attorney,Guardian,Eiceutorr 8to.; the evidence--ports.". ; x -*. .*;, For 09*eopyoth.Ad3 Oi! iA,5e3sion.

June 5. l wtfl* r May13lS5I: "' duly iertifted, of their authority to act, must also --- ?'s Rroavs. Sumn rCbarles., ) ,Reports ; -S.

-Since oar 'last'800 bbls. acoompaivytheapplication.By .- :.. Stras of argued and determined in the>-Cir- For four coptas ocjthar-OrrLOI BOUJH W-A w'rj*
eases .
have been closed at$2,25 for Dipj $2,50 for Sea' Island Cotton; Gins.. vt?Notice. '- -<* ailause in let Sectlonof of$the Act Government owning appropriation cult; Covrt ofth United Stale for tb First Cirrenit. rIntthe session ofeither, 2 ,ot part:of both--. dd-. : -'
For copies
for Ion
the'suppori '
Virgin. No eales'bf Hard; date.l'sbaU presentlwy i 8 vobi8roZ -- -11x)
Glx MOKTHS'atter SOtb-Jane, 1352,top-5 -
rTr\nfijBUBSCIlIDEil-takes -thu opportunity brtbe! :fi cal yearending' eoutainttbedeeWOtm ofMrV- tlngthoes.- -
COMMON Bosijc.-We report sales of$00 A 1e inform the planter of Long Staple Cot- (accounts and Bouchers to for tbe'JJon.final Judge:etlle-of proved 3d March,1851,jt is enacted that no war. Justice,'"These Story volumes,and formi contInuation t.'tbef wric Tbe prices Iorlbc pl
Jbbl.rat f 1,00 per 'bbt-IaferjorN( l, two tons tuat beitilleontiauelthe'naoufsctureoftbe I'robeteoColnmbla county of Noel rant fot'l3ounttLafld.isafld.ufldef th(4cOf other of Galleon and Masons jThe-docMons in the vante payment sr tndisles1abtC tI.CSMY
ba.nds at $ra $l,37"l-2. latent improved AOLLiUl HOKSE GINS doable ment as Administrator of the- tate 23Ui September J850. or bjr .virtttar of_ ny volumes relate particularly to qnwtions of 03. aud-Oote ?he Mtsudc W.thlhE i4 '.

Jpts changed and single,at his nntal. ratea andja i ready*to4 Ranlison, g irLTsO : Act of Congress,shall be 7locte4.>?, say land present tiquity and under!of grcUpractfcalValue. money ac3onjpani *it.. S y-, ..r.Subsc' e.44

Sn&iTt TcPt ns E.- Last sales on Mon' fill all order at tbeihortect notice. ; ,' '-- '.' .. 3. __ 4_ AdmIuuistratoi4ngs&pr2s.1s5l '. wUcli bad not theretofore been brought Into mat- ; .'., Admiralty- '- '" *: "" "f5 %, : by mali,at oar
day at ciBVJ pob d soU since, thai We .are For the reputatIon of the lint,apply te'lbs JpVj 8 let and then subject-to private eetry; jo,*!**D<* ll risk,:in enathesobOboTeui -
toJders noljinxiousto lowing AgenU, oc to tluwe who bave tbeat inv.i ; 1m* ) land can bejocated under,the..Bounty Land Law STSBErpBT."u Cii" where iubseribeU resIl '-
apprised ol eBeralljr' other jaw granting -- f rguedand'detemrfned'la the R1fl.S-.tw- -
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selL *< ; I -4qEi 'tViflaloIg& dii IratOiLUt1Ce. Bounty Land;except/that which bad.b: nproclxtmed cut; CoartOf the United 5&&OLhrFU$ Cir '

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final cttlement of thft estate of 6eynoor KE
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V ; the following named Profosorshlp wit <*5 lbS privilege fif a separate establishment,

,- BTJ S: DREW.TicR3ts..iTlire S.VcsP.pFr.. .. PablUlierC and Prlnten. V*professorship of mental and moral sciences. withoit Iosisgthu wWckresttltfrosa Its relation
OLUM .- i _fctu"ivin ",- rsf-' .'- $ tothe-Colkgaptoper. > ii -, Jf m. % .r. ;MOiti ,h V

S V -zitv ; 7ITls ecnMenco I invite the Irade/before V professorship ofthgrekfldlt1fl; languaA A large and elegant edifice witatt th necessarylurnrts6Tacompleteboardln -,- __ -" #. '
*'Dollar* per annum, payable v v' they purchase elsewhere.'to givB.tne eUblihn t ; 3'AlDsl19 -

nrxm ordering"the Paper, Continues to give bis prompt attention, t1e>r- call at No.123 Fulton street;New York or at No. professonhl*' .- 'of., mathematics' ." and, natural- has been erected and famished,in whfch the stn-t
IewOrIeans.wfere D philosophy.
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4 t angernent and prose Uon of 1atms before Congress ; jJ I[ am A rhetorift.and belles-lettres.. dents of the ACdemybOrd,under the hhinedlati'ehnrpof 4
.- ready,to furnish* them with all kinds of BOOK AMDNKWSPAPKE professorship1 the Principal and.hi* 'Assistants;' and

Uieje&r' are Charged 9f>. or any. of .theExecutive Department .: TTPK of the newest and most beau V : A prfusonpofVcbam7 and natural his- all Its exercises are conducted on a,sycteqt.of itswnuninteruptedby
at the following laI fromthe tiful style:i I am sfso the much t-ory. _:i".r 4 .T". <-.* _
I 4 AdvertiomenUwm be inserted arising Revolutionary, Florida. prepared to supply V of civil o the interest* or operations
A engineering
V twelve lines)for Mexican Invalid admired. Scotch letter, Jiavjng lately,procured professorship ; V of the other department ifte furniture.01 in*
viVt4j.OB Dclbw pewquaf* (of or wan} Revolutionary,Half- from Scotland a series of these"beautiful faces, A professorship of laodemlangnagei and draw? ha been chosen
; and dormitories
V the first,and Seventy-Five Cent for every *nbseqttent pay, or ''Widows Pensions } } ai..lorMny} together.with every variety ot form and pattern togi 'iritibv -; ,two. estionsor -.. with tndy-room petuliar reference to comfort and convenience

Insertion" To pearly Advertiser* a liberal Bounty Land or'Scrip", ndcr.iaTT ofrFeb. 11'- ORNAMCHTAL. AND JOBBISO TTPK, BORDERWO, The terms 1 Collegiate, of twentyrone yeariidlvIde&fntO week* ;each. The* first for study; and no expense ha been spared ia pro-

t t ) diBcou 1I be ora o.- All'iraaslciit' Advertise; 1817or AngusVlOi 1SW j''Arrearages of.Pay and of&cI all feel the.assured Typemanufactured that the elegance by me and cannot accuracy be session commence onth fourthtWednesday of Tiding the apparatus,-necessary to rend Newark r-.the

V went/CeVceptiijpcrecmi'baring attaining account Mileage due Volunteers October and the second on the fourth Wednesday mean* of Instruction complete; giving to
V returning Claims' for surpassed by any Founder.th the union. ;By/an ; facilities for praait study and comfort V V Vv.hi

} ., with the office) Must be paid for previoni to piJjlication Horses lost and other'Property'destroyed entirely new method in the mixing and casting,1 of fiveweeki.VV,April. Each iafoilow.dbyaYaC&tlOaOfa ble accommodation students fuDy, equal, to V V : : :ro ,

: ,- .. VV penscs incurred by Voluntee'ra before being mustered am enabled to maintain the virtue of the component those afforded by many of our eoUege*.* '
parts of the metal, and thus to produce in T ** Sr-PTOWNSEND'S AFFIDAVIT
From Its intimate relation to the College,; ,
their remit'ttncea .and received into- service VV
Person* at distance can govern J Waggon-mas addition to an elegant, the most suM and diaytbtt FRISHXAII CLASS.-1. LivybegnnXenophona dent* of the Academy enjoy many V V

r 4. for advertising,by the following rates tare and 'Teamsters'" "claim*jMarintsVsaUori*, Type, heretofore offered to the pablie To this Anabasis;Algebra, begun; History,began. not generally obtained at institution of this kind. ti.sliItsatliitIPbI1ItItbi1ut V

Una square (ttrclvo liars) published six month & keIi&tig last feature I would in particular call vonr attention II. Livy. finished omer's Odissey. ; Algebra Those who wish to pursue *ome particular branch V' VbslwaIi Draggfstiini..uq..aas isni

V all-the'forms V V for solidity and durability of Typo is,* on anisfiea; 000mftrybegnfllltEtOrj. conw fall more properly within the college count V w ga.4 al f.r Sb...Siregssi ft i1fl ii ,rn skast.all .
for V- -. -$1000 neeest&rra proper the principle of economy, of the greAtest'impor- tinued. -" " / may be admitted to recite In anyof the College p Ua attar!a a 4ifarrat Hikt, al tk4 r>tka. SlrMfat

V Two squares, for lx months, 15 Off presentation'of claim-together with the:role Lance to all typographers: .The members of the IU. Horace, begun; Homer' Odissey,:finished; CI AS5OLV. Student also Si proper a and fucretion a s.aJS I 1$$4 lajars ts gad oI4Dr..Ja..b We huMan

. 4 4. Legal and otbef Business Cards, per an., ,10 00 and regulation* governing the different Department craft will also find me ready to supply all kinds of: Geometry,five books; History; finished! by recommendation of the Principal,V and a ttUK Ua qIstIsa.Uat a* Ik*arkal*tlM OU ftr.ls Haaiti'O

4 V4j 7 00 be PEiicrrao' ;OFFICE FcEifirttftK, for the establishment Jraioa CLASS.-I:, Taeitns; begun'The Pro- permission of the Faculty may enjoy; the we of .4 ib. prafare... as a*.4Isisi %a Sf Ui Naiad
Notices to debtors and creditor*. *, is.prepared to undertake all claims of
V complete Printing Office,inch a* Presses, methens of Escbylus, and Electra of Sophocles: the College Library without additional:charge. U' 4Set U,Ibsi Is"?S f I 414
,,,. '1 Application for letters of administration, 5 00 what kind soever, that:inaj require"the service Wood Type, Cases, Stands Brass, Press and Analytical Geometry, finished; Calculus; Natural Admtolon also may be had to the'Lecturev and V1uch .4 b.I i.b.ttl.. s pi.iill ;ihat IS .asaazJly

VV Notice of Application for dismissal as Administrator of an Agency at thla plaeeV. Wood Rules Imposing Stones, I Composing Sticks, Theology;Evidence of Christianity. V S. s other prlyileges of the College a* can.,!* Uki.gseagIfl. ; V VV V VS VVy y';

- ;:.h -- $1000For Particular attention given to the proper settlement V Brass and Wood' Galley, Riglets', Closet Racks.' : IL Logic; Mental Philosophy; The Aleestb of p rotably enjoyed iy academIcal V studenti ._ us we an tPteSVtb'aselir 'V O
V &o.6 .. Euripides;TacUus, lnishedj Natural Philosophy; The eharEe (or Boarding washing, fuel,. light,
,announcement of candidates foYoffice, 5 00 of Quartermasters'accounts, Old Type taken in exchange fornew at 9 cent Mectianici, berun.5 -.- &e., with Tuition in English, Latin, and Greek, THE CARD.lMir ..

I. 4 No announcement will be made unless the same Charges moderate, and regulated by the amount per IV. :The trade dealt'with on the most liberal V III. Morsll.liiosopbyl'l&tO's Gorgtas; .The U seventy dollar forth* Summer Session,, and Vai.nI5aS&D5Ulat* ii she cii,.i 3.5;Ysc

be accompanied with the amount cbarged.V .- claimed, and the extent of services required. terms and patronage solicited on the ground of Captive of PlanTus;: Mechanics, Hydrostatic*, s eveaty-five for the Winter Session., The only .u ssy4M! U * 1
,V.. furnishing to the purchaser an article with which Pneumatics and Meteorology. extra*an one dollar per cession for Incidental expense r.Ts nr* SMWfArma,v aii>**biM 4 U MfNMMy.
Editorial notices for private benefit will be All communications, to; Insure Iniertion, must he will be and which will him the CL.ass.-I.'Horace finlshedjXeno-
V pleased,; V bring SOPHOHORB *,and a fee of eight dollar forJUodern Language .rial** ta rtftm$*M7,. barged doable the rate advertising. bo postpaid. V dV4fV worth'of his money. phon' Memorabilia; Geometry, finished; Rhetoric *; and a fee of five!dollar* for Drawing, s b.prepanti's karn M OI4 Dr. JM >'T.v''se'

Religions, Obituary,and Marriage notices,will V Editor or Printer*wishing to establish a Newspaper beun.V ,. *? ** ? from those who enter these classes. The sessions rUls asy ae. at-v*4 or Job Printing Office, will be famished I'!. Cicero de Amicltia and deSenectate;Herodotus and Tacation *f the Preparatory Department S CIIIUViLIN BuorntM fc cotMa 4 IM M ftK.T.

V Ve published gratis. VV/ JAHES H BAW1lR, with an estimate in detail of the cost by V stating ,begun: Plane Trigonometry;Spherical Tri I IV* the same a* those*f the College. V, V .

: Communications must be post paid.z' V size of paper and kind of work to be executed.' gonometry; Rhetoric, continued. Rev. MATTHEW MERJS;A. M, R vshlToIwc V V CtAWC;ft CO, JW k- 573reMwsy-

ATT09LYATLAW, Publishers of Newspapers who will Insert this V IL!. Cicero deOffioiis; Herodotus,finished; Surveying President of.Delaware,College., V Anotuot jf. T.1

Alligator, 'Columbia Co., East Florida; advertisement three months, and send me the papers ; Analytical Geometry, begun; Rhetoric* NEW ASK, Delaware April 3d.CHEAP V NORTON, BABCOCK k -WOOD--V 135 MaIden Laa,KT.HAVILANO
PHILIP FRAZER containing it addressed to "Neabitt's Regis finished.. 7 -V >
."ATTORNEY LAW S ter," New York, will be paid in material of my .SXKIOB CLASS.-I. Political Philosophy The CASH STOKE ,KEESE k CO,M Maiden Lane, i
EL Whit Smith & El O'Brien manufacture,provided they purchase six time die Andria of Terreoce; The'.louds of Aristophanes; DAVID T. LANMAN; >Water StrteV '-'* *

: ,. ;JACKSONVILLE, FLA., amount of their bill for advertising.H. AcousticOptics, Electricity, Magnetism. l I&DocgcoRLI:3: It CLAT.SW r.srttzest.- >:

V Will attend: to professional business entrusted ATTOBNCTS AT LAW, H. GREEN, II. Elements of Criticism; Butlers Analogy; V J. ii:. McRoryv Jr. oSoo0kJNolorMtIs.c V

: Columbia Co. East No. 123 Fulton st New York, and Cicero's Tusculan Questioajj Demosthenes de.Corona P this method to .inform his -frnda and LMlNORkCO.U4fIStt. Se.
to him In the Courts of the Eastern Circuit, Alligator, Florida., nnake
.No. 17Canal st. Row, New Orleans. ;.Voltaic Electricity or Galvanism; .-Electro-- V JL the public generally that be has commence /. k J.r Tttirr,so k w Msldnhsa.i. V

T and the Supreme Court at Tallahassee. Ho has SI WHIT SMITH, I II: O'BRIKT Jan. 9. 3m Magnetism Magneto-Electricity, ElectroDynamics business ia Jacksonville, East Florida, and solicits BUST ilOCOUTOX Jobs Btrw, _. V

also SUCh' an advantageous connection with an Office at Alligator.| Office at Newnansville. : Astronoflhr begun.111. V patronage-having recently visited New York; GREENLEAT k KILET43 Cortfa 4t It. '4.
V. The Constitution of. the .United States
able Lawyer at Washington city, as will ensure Jacksonville hoteL ... ,VS The Science Heat ThermoElectricity ; Philadelphia, Baltimore and Savannah,-at WALTER BTOW$4D.. .,ta url stOLCOTT
8. W. BAKERJATTORNEY flPHE Subscriber become the purchaser Astronomy,finished; pf ; which complete arrangement bare >been
If a prompt and -Jpecdy collection of such claims as having Chemistry and Geology places M-KES30JJ: fc CO r I3T IlaidenLans 4V
-J1.V of this well known ; made for the successful prosecution of all kind I V
be in bis hands against the.UnitedStates. V AT LAW. and'Bole-Proprietor : JOSEPH tTniPPpi; *$litsidea Lisa,. 4.
placed APPARATUS. :
; may HOTEL; respectfully informs the public generally PHILOSOPHICAL r o business in which our Southern Pfanttn are

t JACKSONVILLE, EAST FLORIDA that he has added to the former house twenty-odd The College is provided with a Philosophical interested.- Goods of every description- beprocured tx>UkAf4.tc'AaNJQhnSL: :

Sept..1843-ly;' :: V more comfortable rooms, with over five hundred Apparatus, that furnishes ample means of experimental at short notice and supplied at req; MOXTACUR-WARD krO.e3MahIeaLas.-.

V V Reference V feet front-with:piazzas in front and rear, making illustration in all the different branches' SHALL PROFITS. ." 'THOMAS 5IAXVELL.'W WiUUii *C .* I. V
. : V Hon.AV. B. FLEMISH, Savannah, Georgia. it a* V comfortable a* any Hotel in the South, Natural Philosophy .The sum of three thousand PRODUCE'of every kind wilt be received onV t.tcg&luBlNS& CO., lit Wrtw St.OBAHJIM ,4.V

:4' V J. p.ITToEY V March 20.1851. tf which now will enable him to accommodate over dollars has recently been expended partly in this sale or shipment,upon which liberal advance JiCOilaOMMip: ,' V 4.

one hundred and fifty persons. Hi table will be country, and partly in London and ?aris,-, in the be made. Arrangement*made for Shipping Tim' MARSH k NOaTHROr **Peart SL5HERWOOD .
: AND V under, the Superintendence of an experienced purchase of new apparatus to the ..pres ber of every quality.. _
VING removed his office from Columbia United States Mutual Insurance house-keeper of the North,,by V whose aid be flatters eat advanced state of the physical Sciences; BOOKS',PAPER & STATIONERY of eveiy k COFFIN.

County to Jacksonville'Dural County, Company, himself he shall not be rivalled by any Hotel V V EXAMINATIONS.' variety will be kept on hand or supplied on shoal It BROTHKR,939 fivl 8U
in thrSonth enabled by the constant notice. SF.UIiV.T5k cO..4i.4nI-t Li.
beiag now ,
.respectfully informs his friends that he will continue WEST POTTSDAM( NEW YORK.K. steam communication with Savannah and Charleston At the close of each study, or-branch of study, Through arrangement with Rook- Puotuhen I I* M *Mti.B vitb Uto vc gt t sa attM( f a Carl WlUbtd

: V the practice of his profession, as formerly. to have the advantage of the fine market of the members the class are carefully examined, flatter myself that country dealer can be supplies I ky ad-ibe:rri..ipl rctkU' t.rt.!. tk*rity.wmrtkra V

V Ho will attend at each and.. _' Sb. U>Ht4 *MW.

V I be- Circuit Court in the several Counties f MAYPORT MILLS, DtJVAIi CO., FLA. ,in connection V with the Hotel, at all times 1 the year, In the presence of a Committee of the can have their order filled in New-York. !ori/iyss7 Pky.ldM.ii'.tlwir t *ti>..x *la., I. tfcit
. to furnish fine horses and carriages for the accommodation Trustees; and their attainments are communicated It shall be my aim to satisfy all wha may tkvo r CUd tk*r sri ..4*..f Ul'* i a Ui Mkf. 014.Dr. ]mMk -
tL & the Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County ofJf May 22,1851" .. .tfValuable of his guests. to the Board of Trustees. with their both T.w c.O SaasIa i* TMC 2.r. rw>U M* tai
me patronage, as regard price
: ; V V llamflton-in the Mjdi1& Circuit, the .Supreme V V VS The increasing reputation which the climate ol RF.LTfJTnTIS.J( !? TRUCT1O. sndquality.V pathsable La $b.Ir f. r:. attIcl*.

Court at Tallahassee, and the U. S. Court at St.Augustine. ,Land,For Sale.A Florida possesses in the estimation of the medicalS In addition to daily morning and evening prayer AIC1ES.Tb& tintCARP V

All business entrusted to his care faculty, for the cure .of consumption and divine worship is held twice on every Sunday I agencies of several Important PATETT TO THE.PTJBL1Utn
h S Agent for the owners the undersigned of2m. pulmonary diseases, has induced a vast increase
I will receive : and the recitation on Monday morning isVSala yj MEDICO have bcen-obtained which Is
prompt attention. furs for sale the valuable of of travel to this State during the fall and winter among .
V : following tract in the Greek Testament. At the request;of his V.itersied. *!* DvwE5.t.Yen.
Address-J. ''P. &IXDERSOX Jacksonville land to-wit V months of those who seek the relief afforded .
by a parent or guardian,a student 'is permitted to:attend Brn.kI; au wr.rn.m.lnir<; .i ait.siu. g.'a
Dutnl County, Honda. The Low Tract situated at the head of Indian milder atmosphere J and in view of,this tact the any place worship which himself'orJth< ptr.o.&lyhw.sf tl.rtal *IsritS f iL i..1.wiisdd

Jacksonville, Jan. 17.1S50.- tf river; containing five hundred acres more or less subscriber has determined that his exertions to parent guardian,may select. On. member o 'Ut ti.. at1id .n.4 b ik.pnh.s so si.r1gII

V V Al. o a small tract of.woodland in the vicinity merit the V patronage which shall be bestowed I the Faculty will attend at each of'the different CAN 5an.iitl11* s bay. ..:ti.g La 5.. a.4 haTs iMV

,. :; V of the town of Jacksonville, containing thirty upon him shall be' without regard to toil or expense. places of worship, (Presbyterian, V Episcopalian ..ta. n.t..i.r b.vu 1be.,1v.. fl.ty.V 55 V

:1. MeQTJEKJI McINTOSH acres. SAMUEL BUFFINGTON. and Methodist,) in the village and note all aben V ,,
.. &TORNEVATVLAW Al.o'a tract containing one hundred acre good Jacksonville,S E. F.. October 3, 1850.V tf tees. ." . .- a.vb TunKajl*! Jar, p rin* w Jlr. $.'r.TOU .- ....<>

V planting land,on Pablo creek,near the mouth ofth Two, at least, of the Professors; vith their I..,,te bii.s.j.d 1et S *T asisiriiIIvifl4
WILL attend the Circuit Courts ia the Eastern .
st. Jobn nver. .
; families will reside in the. ..st.b.iuied.by I.
Atlanta Ga. Female College buildings, am
( ) Seminary.
. Circuit Ibo United State*District Court at St. Toe above tracts pf land will be sold at reason-
; will boardat a' common table, with the students, Oar.xp.re.ts and .bsrvstL.a Save uthl.4 s
V a ol.prices and on good'terms. AddressV exercise* of this new'school corn menee I ,A V V
Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee ; THE' who are required to occupy such rooms as may be Dr:*< 5arisprifls pciww m.r..sAcst p.w.v sa4 t-
Also one half of the dwelling houMjwd lot the first Monday In.July last, under the
of ,
them the tu. tkta s r.i.wMff.$5 tk t* ti .tsam p.UI
assigned faculty. *
pVosecute.Claim* for citiiens in nnypartofFlorida
and sand in Jacksonville, near the Court House square, charge of A. R.Kellam, principal in the literary : 1EMEDYWORMS.
p -- *iiit4 .u. t W tk.sAw.. M4 sIuys *k Ittitf
agansttbeVGoverthnentatVashiugto being the same which Occupied by Joaeph Fine- and his accomplishes lady,in the music and Orna \ ADMISSION; ,f5.nIci.e.M4 dmtj-'wbo 5.. r
V V cither before Congress or'at the Departments.fjCJ gun, Eq. *\ V mental department, with assistant of high quail In order to admission to pursue the entire course, a.4 iSis HtUeM U nwktc't
p arp..n1ag t*c r tim se
Also two hun ,
: : ADDRESS, Jacluo iiBet.East Florida. side of Fleming Island, on the St..John's Kiver, four oluee, fourth,third, jnuior, and sealor." ./L must give satisfactory.evidence,of.. good'more I it is positive remedy,and can always depended T.wiiu.S's* KlI ik t vkick w*c idrt tt* W
May.2.1550. tf between the lands of Messrs. Lewis and George preparatory.department will be attached to the character;and must sustain an examination in thi S on and is perfectly safo IB its ation; 5srai1a-a5. grtstlj towrti 4iustfasite.'i.,

Fleming; about one hundred acres of which -are school, and conducted under the supervision of th Sprinvipal. following studies, viz; \ ALSODARLEY'S ,-. i. kvtlk* Utrety sii>( v'a'
. J. Mcllobert hammock, and about thirty acres cleared. V The school has been furnished with a Arithmetic, Elements of Algebra, Latin ant I ARABIAN HEAVE REMEDY.5.4 nr-cvitnier*.bis !nt M>c.4 .alssai ynlMm" ti ibs'OJ4kj

V Bakers Also an undivided one third of the late Mrs. f fine and well selected apparatus;globesastronora- Greek Grammar, Jacob's .or Felton's Greek An article of great merit and which no one who Dr. $ :Wb,. .t.A .wItesfl fsS,* *

V. ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW Sophia Fleming's dower, on Fleming Island, bit cal, geographical, phonographical, sound charts I, Reader, and the first two ;b&iks of Xenophon's own a Horse should be without. V -pI.I.a. biek we leSt.'.iait all im uUM f! W Iii
the JohnV river a beautiful locution. &c. scale be Anabasis kttt.v*>b.n14 fct>>>( isa pr *nBf* t OI4
; maps, on a large to seen and rca ;; V JACKSONVILLE, K. FLA Also r.n undivided one-third of about ten thousand distinctly from any part of the room/ A good library.of lust or Cesar, Cicero's Select Orations, and Virgil Dr. Chrtle's Galvanic. Belt, BistselcU, Dr. Jacak To c d' 'Yl'Uk ikc* Viavv" Wi lit's tW pub- V

Wiii"practice ia the Courts of the Eastern. acres, situated in Nassau county, on Nassau choice book also belongs to the schoo or what shall be deemed equivalent. Necklace and Magnetic Fluid.Far. us U J. U*if weati ..tVi.aI'i.cIs z'isr -ti'O4: I>r.*

VV Kivcr, extedding to.""Thomas'Swamp, suitable for the use of the pupils. V EXPENSES. .lite Removal and Permanent Cure of aS pTplriti.. tias p.tUe. sbb Ii usa. is ii.siees. a
; : ; Circuit, Hamilton county of the Middle Circuit for turpentine; naill skirt hammock; granted The scholastic year will be divided into two sessions >.- Nervous Diteattt- !dical c.ap..ii&i.Weil a*ibs Me*iS.lbs pis$4..is-
,;in Benton-and H.illeboro'ugh'counties of the to FrancL I'..F atio-' of twenty.weeks each; there will be at leas ESTRASCB FKK.-If the student enter as Fresh- And of those Complaint which are cansej r verimltj .>air!ct<4 if iu.ravor.rkitip :-.

: Southern Circuit, in the Supreme Court at Tal- J. McROBERT BAKER, one public examination each session and a qnar- man,five dollars; ifaa V Sophomores- dollars; an impaired,weakened or unhealthy condition of Xerkle.L D.3 Crs.l&-43 hvsseeDt..Y..
hhsze.d1zithe United State District Attorney at Law, Jacksonville, fla.V tony report' will be sent Veach parent or ga&r if a* Junior, fifteen dollars"; and" if' a* senior the .' "_ -V C.t;. NorxuMi,XV Br*.m> H.D.. V V 4,
[News copy tf ] dian, giving a full and fair statement of the stand: twenty'dollars. ', Slit NERVOUS SYSTEM. 0. A.Ke a M.D-. ITZELm7 V V S
thev'Northorn District of Florida ; and will : V- Session. 2d Session. u..D.W7.- D. V.1.aIIS e.p. ZIYi.t.* 4,
ing, deportment, and expenses of the pupil.. Tuition This beautiful and convenient application of the C. U. PaTt.B. H. D. CM GncBwich ow. B xf .w V 4a
prosecute claims'against United States before Jacksonville Male'Institute. RATES OF Ttrmo.i.-Preparatoryclass $2100 $21 00 mysterious powers GALVANISM and .MAG O. D. RelkaiV M..D. KfiAv.C. .- S S 4sSt. .-
pe a Room rent, .400 400 S. CaM.. M. P. or. KiTfuftea k CkrjidJha 4.
Congress and the Departments'Washington. session, 93; fourth and third classes; 15; junto rand Incidental expenses, 1 00 1 00 NETISM,has been pronounced distinguished I Ilt.csX. D. igfb1Ae4 i ;r V 4.

V V Being located at Jacksonville far life, he will REV. I. SWART, *! M., PRINCIPAL. senior classes,20 j.raueio pianw forte. 20; gui I- Use of Library, ;,75 75 physicians, both in Europe and the United States, cz.Rlss.MD.pbA.HCi.1. 4.

V give his entire and unremitting attention to his V tar, 15;ornamental branches, 10; vocal music, 2 l; 'Janitor's Wages,.. 1 00 100 to be the mott valuable medicinal V discovery JDR. the 3 Dr.G..wby.Z.ii?. ?ap..D,5v..a.r.x.j* VVV.4.
Vales of Tuition library and incidental expenses, per quarterNo ,-!. Fuel for Oratory and Reel- Age. Or. Frueia. X. D. sa nii.i.a V S 4.
profession, aid V all business entrusted to his care pupil received for a less time than'one session V tation room, 1 50 1 50 V \VILC6T LL.D.GntT.t5 LD.miae.iss VS Sis.
V ,
P. rridbaoi K. D. 3Hfc cs.bcb
shall meetVith prompt attention. Orthography Reading Defining, Arithmetic ,and no deduction made unless for protracts 4 Fuel is afforded to the students at coaL A sum Compound Extract of SarparlIIa, ; J. W. 7cuvi..w M.D. S>5 5i.t.. :'i .

Jacksonville, August 291850. ..tfQ.V V anli'eumsnahip, per quarter, 4 00 sickness. V V equal to the probable coifis advanced by;each Original of Toiensentts. V. K. Gil. fUt.-II, O. 24 Caaai -
V Geography, Grammar.' History, ComposiMtion From their and former 'the U.L.F&risiii..5D.tCa.&t .
V V success, student if more is consumed it is V
V ; to hiin *
charged is NOW J. WJtfc ir. K,D. ttOitr iY
Llocution and Book 5 00 WELL KNOWN: BY T -
Keeping MANY
feel confident full
rendering satisfaction. Thei Lr -ifless, the balance 1s refunded. ChaxI. di
;: :. ":; A CarcllIvrcsbixa Higher branches of an English, -Mathcraati" facilities for imparting instruction ,are rare!I -Board is furnished with the families of the Pro AND easily proved by us, that *V arar* TriMB,r.27 ITktMluUA. V 1 V 40''

to leave the b'tate.I have transferred I 'val l and Scientific course, -' 6 DOThe"Ancient equalled. The advantages of the location neei d fessor at two dollars per week.: 'TOWNSEND C..S&ihVRisd.Jt. Da.t : >
,,L. professional bunness to J. IcRxjBERT BAKEII.Esq. Languages,, .- 10 00 not be mentioned. Access to the place nnequalle d Washing at the usual rates did obtain from DR. WlLCO be receipt for Knkra JfM.
my A quarter consists 'of eleven weeks,, and two and health undoubted.' Board can be had in the ,.All dues are payable in advance. The Tuition manufacturing the original V- Watt,n 5th JTM *' V V V4
V .. Attorney at.Law, Jacksonville, E.F, ,including scwions 19 to 12 3 to 6 best families on reasonable terms. For information *" dLC..LIkk5&vau'
. a day a.m., p-m.- any U remitted on application j to all students designed 1VILCOX; COMPOUND C. MatsLCMntV.V V V V,
. all such) maXters as were. entrusted to myeve Exercises commence on Monday, the 3d day of wanted, address the principal-Atlanta, for the Ministry.S and that he-did. after the character and, repute Brajaotf* DM*. 9 Spn.J : --8':

. a V# by Gen James A. Peden*of which an interested February next. r ,- VV V Ga. V oct24-8m The tuition fee for Modern Languages will V lion wa established, as being the most' -- J..ILkzi_W Lam..bbIs.*. U>AvC U.u.ben- V ear V V Tims; D V SV Z 4.;

jrlQ please take notice. _. January 28. 1851.' t, tf : eight dollars per'session,to be paid to the mitt S EXTRAORDINARY MEDICINE V --AlcxP.B.yS.l5GU.aWr V V VSMt:
. ; Agricultural Warehouse tor in advance! s V V ? AIU4XZM.TaSIk
; si. Uaa.SIII7 45sisd
.. e- the world for -
Mr,Baker business"reputation .for diligence JL3ZaV5tTiYIVANY V in the following disease,' such Tsyt.r. .7 B1isbu- V S V S V 4
HAVING purchased the entire stock of agri I- For ttudentt who domot dtririt to pntecuie tht a* Scrofula, Consumption. King'Evil. Salt 0. D.IMIa..iii UsIa. V 405J..btsG.s.iOSCbsb.
V and attention arc sufficiently wcll established to 12 Whltli, 1Cfl7VSttCt, implement from Messrs. DensTow whole Count nquyrtdfor a decree, a man urns- Rheum, Erysipela* Scald heed Tightness VV .,-&. V V

h ensure promptness to alTmatters.In his banda.rTbi sAvANNAI.OAi-. & Webster,the undersigned would-announce to ted range of itudiet itfwrniAtd, adapted to tht of the ChesDyspepiia1'i1pi.Ltatjonofthe H uulli.Parktr ft BakbiM*.at. DMl Faarl ew.A v;O er a*Canalt 'V 40V .

transfer i* a sufficient manifestation of my' the public that they have greatly increased sail 4 sphere and count ofKfe of each individual.., .0sofarassiwh Heart,and all. ., :W. SUicltt. V. D. UJann -- 'Z'
V wHoLW.LXAND RfT.IU. V stock besides can be Nervon Affections. 0.D. Ayr... 4Ucfir. UMTJ .. 4.,
V ,embracing a great variety pf other rtatonabfy anticipated. General Debility Fluor Al '- -
confidence in
and .
p. L. .
professional ability lntgrit'V ; 5. C..rs s.r. A1s&Iti
; V Tiff WARE MANUFACTORY, articles generally, of V the following character an d The studies of this Course are .rrsngcundeith S bas ,V or. -Whites* Rheumatism, SypUlir, Liver* A. UoMkkiM. Jr.7 tain. -. V 3
'V ; CilARLES. COOPER, DXALKKIt description: Agricultural and horticultural 1m Iplements V V V following departments, to wit;- Complaints, Cancerous Humors, Mecorial Discs C. H. Wriufct. C.l.a ... $MkMt S V, 45

Ang29,1850.. .Attorney at Lav.J. Japanned, Bxitanlm, PlanUhed Ware ofevery variety,of the most recent an d 1st. A MATHEMATICAL DxrARnnsT which ses,.&e. &c., V S .1 Lswd. IZ C.rt Avni-- ii

V V ,' improved description; five hundredplows Of ever 7 beginning with Arithmetic and Algebra.the stu orsome purpbseand no doubt in order to V r. M.*& SouU r.f. Bfclti 4.V

e.-4c.1 description; material* for tanner, curriers, anbrasr <4 dent will be carried, seriatim, through all the make it cheap (for the genuine cannot b* made C.'C. t itk. CIiBtB e.r.

1 .: ; MenoBKnTBAKER,, ALL kinds of Cooking Stoves and Range of V and iron founders, embracing every article higher branches.of, the 'Mathematics, ending, in without great expense,) pollute it with mineral*. {. a..ioi, n7t&1.AT. ..-Oi14 r.skj.

n V Attorney at Lair, Jacksonville, E. Flori4. most approved patterns,,for families, used in their line, including V all necessary tool*, their application Natural Philosopy,, Astrono such as Corrosive Sublimate, Snlpher, Salt I. t.LFinrn.V I ZSWl M Cr&*i 75.4, V 4V V V

,. : V' 4oTARrPUBtIc hotels, and ships; and all other Stoves for parlor,, &e. at manufacturers' *. V my, to. Sailpetre,&e. &e. : .' C. B. Ckrk.-. V ra k Crwuwieh 4,

hall or pnblievplaces.. .Stove Pipe and every description iisczx.waous.-1tollet and common gin*, <* 2d. As j ENGLISH 'DzpAXTJixirr-Comprlsinr S Now in consequence of the above abuses TV,V S U.V. Ba h,SS Gr.wicb V 4*

I V Commissioner appointed by th, Governor* of of Sheet iron Work made at notice.. Jack screws, store and cotton track, wheel barrows instruction in Orthography, Reading,Elocution W1LCOX has concluded to give hir whole'tlie 'Wrn. I. nis..aBt.s4wsy V
Force and Lift Pumps, Beer Pumps, Lead Pipe road hydraulic force Grammar. and talent to the flsvl.g .stIe.4 aiib-&ms $.-. CA1D TOPUBLIC. TflI
rams Writing
w V the following-Slate* to take Testimony, Affldariti scrapers pumps, ,Geography, History.. Com manufacturing; ofHIS "
Tin PlaterSheet Wire Galvanised Iron,*e. patent chain to facilitate the drawing water position, Rhc toriCfLogie Intellectual : p*t fMtk ky ivir Smj n>>*iaUBa j4 Pf 0it
; Philosophy OWN
1t and'AcknowlodgmcnU' to be. 'Mthereh'x. CASH purchasers oi-T1a Ware can be supplied I Georgia and French burr millstone;calcine east Moral Philosophy Political Grammar in iU ORIGINAL COMPOUND, la lk. City crKaw T.rk'.a tk* rvUUv aspits if lbs ew$
V Story primeval state of
:i V V : Maine, V ..Virginia, V at price a* low a* they can bay in New York or ins; Plasterers'and raw for farmers; plantation the Constitution,.Phlosopby, Ornithology Natural ot the afflicted of all .elassea vegetable parity *o that Vy.wpJnd.. $ampariflu1aV-.blb* pis p.isnsekss.I'nusM .
; 'Vermont1 'Nortb'CaroIiiM, elsewhere. Order from Florida,South Carolina, Mills; corn and smut mills; screw*, mill irons. Theology, Element of Criticism, andEvidenee balm for aU lof the above complaint may bare h linr U fawn. OLD DR; JACOB TOUSZXDS SAB.SAPAKILLA. .
A Massachusetts South Carolina and the interior are soilcilod.V V bolting cloth, pick, reeds, shuttles, and genera LI 'of Christianity. "_ his knowledge for the last ten And from ..... tkat ma4i kjr Mr. $. p. Tw5S'54V.,
''' V, Aug. 29, 1850. tfSE flndingfor cotton and woollen manufactories. 3d. A MazcAlTrLgDETxztr4n wfctch derful healing ears of the wo Sb. Va4snIi,4,4.e'. e.,4Iflj SisIUlVhS 55 .pI* ...

ri Connecticut, Georgia, V V .. MILL MAcanretr, TOOLS, tc.-Having the win be imparted an acquaintance with all that I hesitate not to propensities to of hi* compoand, he Wwisd. Sbwol.is'eeaa.MstS1.15 .isaaia4 s skk W
4: NewYork, Alabama, : V V V agency for various'atd-extensive manufactories, necessary to qualify: youth for the Immediate du cure of ANT and ssy.-ALC. of yon the,above he warrants I a aM O14 Dr.MV* SaxaaparilU.UttaU at I.T.'s IStIIIOi.s.o

L Pennsylvania, Siisssissippi, A ISLWD ROLLER COTTON S we shall be prepared at all time to furnish ever ties of the counting ouse; perseYered in -disorders, I if iutUiaf .
.- f- QISS.nTOi specie the n .._ orlglj Van according to the direction*. D6nt ft r**W., 111.
machinery on shortest -
V 4 .IVelawareMarylinJ,- Texas; V and popui a say that von have tried Sarsaparilla and hare J. P. CsI1a.Wiibt1VD5&SfC'h.
The highest market price paid at all time for ISSni&f&i Invadab1yproui not been a. Cub. La.isit.vV %$_S V
4 V ,. aiigl.Jyf nb.ir1berbegiIe eto Inform tho wool a neDUcdsoyoawonsttry Dr. D. W. Dsu ft Saa. PhiU. 4
V I ,sheepskins, and hide*.-. All produce of the bandpeeuliarlv .r
V H. of 8ea adapted to the 'Jka Or Br.ia, PtttarilU 4, -
V : planter Island Cotton and the pub. State received and old for the usual commission pose of the accountant and business 'pus S -DR-WfLCors. V
J.W. $ta.5i ?i&Iifls 4.
1.V man. ,
rJarneW1irypnt, lic,lhat he'can apply. them with'* his double and I Ieugt S. & H. HOYT & CO; t 4rithrnstic-CoaprisLunumerous abbreja. For therehas been many oftbe name ot u ii Lavla SckaiMI &C..A11itsw4.5
*.. V on thejeDutatlon of Ibis Baa'nira k Kick!. 4
= Wukitoa
1. ted method-of and
? JVo tell
V ITTORNZTA1D COVgELLqft.AT.jAW,. V SEA ISLASD RotucR COTTON Giiis.V V ; lILSay street, Savannah, Ga. Equation of Payment computing ko Interest Discount. confidently that the- VV V yoi P. Crockar, Jr_1 T.w a lua 4* -5 V V
and other Mercantili n.AIl..rit.n..VSV -
WiU attend to Professibunl bndnew i In the Court* Na'donbt is longer entertained they are best V RErEBEifeE8.--Mesr; Padelford, Fay ft Co. ealculation founded on percentage together 3ARSAPARIR Jaka ri.*i i, rittikarik 4sV

: of the Efuteni! Circuit of Florida, and in the Fed. Gin in use, and the Subscriber flatter himself. Swift;Denslow, ft Webster.ccl; 21.tf V $fl inch operations as are reanisite tot a with istboiibexcellent inVite qaljtIOne of n. J.: B.y.eir LI.5.ws 4a V S

*ral Court |or the Northern District of Florida.. from the general satisfaction he has given for the .-_ r knowledge oQ the business ot a counting-room. most tnierior Inkredieuts oftMz, may we not tani th.8. Cyr J. K,.McCiHr.Rtlta, Jr. 5s5455 LsbJta 4 di VV
last seven years, he will receive their support., DYiNiANDsuRiNoV : 3. Dock-keeping-Single and Double say Windu.Working Compoisud J ha Brt. DXpkraim 4.xv- '-. V
: : .Price lowe and the Gin V nry, b;y .5< r .r V P. L.ts..bsvy' 4
V made of the best ziis. the most approved methods. A Now friends, these assertion 5
f 'BUMIMM tennis and V E S T A.B'* I S HtM B N T of Instruction complete course _. rT are true to VLb 0 Ljrmii k Caaa4t r. La..sh.r, to -* -
r general ii\ the State; mpccfing workmanship.1 S in this branch will be furnl.be"th letter but uy.Ibem not to Injure any one be I R. K. Lyraa, MaatK. -

p grant*and" donation of land*, and the-locatioior V Boxei ,AMD 'BECSHES NO.-13 YORK STREET signed to fit the itudent 10 5tako charge of any as t have a rIght to the benefit oftrutb, P. Lyoaa, Uu.a1 So V V
_ II Rs % Rm7.wSI1dbiV 4&i. -
thereof. : for kale cheap, and.Gin repaired at the lowest (REAR OF THEc6lJRT: oIaeeountbook.i V ndltiaalsotruotbsllfyonwilJns.w R -
;m- wiling #, V L. V HOUSE,) tttbv A a T, C. Bvaka, Dalavar* V4WM. '::
rates. V
V VS *; AoRicrrtTinuiUBFABTXETT wiilgIYeyounsmessn resicienees 5.By4. flwikt- '
. V : )V .VA.SO! ACET V &gri V V V' V SAfVANN AH, -OEO'ALBXANDEll .- prising a selection from the English, and Math< m- bare been cured otdiaeaaei wbtjeh.bs ofpeopjewb aslonishe 0 J. Vtrtjnn.ida ft C*.a'.ltuisb-. V V V
fur-ibe .eollccUon of Cl iuw V1U.U.OGA & Acosi'CentreviIlage'Gs. .. "" ._ ___ "* *"*" mattesi e0nreesanda1io;' not only themselves,but their ci .W/a R.Colbtrt. R.II.f4..
npon ihcj.United V V Surveying, Botany physicIsug 0 Patar!. Xaa.*r. Srak.rN. *- V 40
V States: MUMFO&DV& flftE$1VVV. V OAIIXVAY V Mineralogy ,Geology, Chemistry; and Agricultu-I names ofsoms.of or bed- ICSmUk.WaUrtova. V ,
r .(Military or bother'. ervice. peni u*! N, A. HAKBXB Savannah .l S
,Ga.B V pTURNShIsthaso Chemistry; the last two I11izstst using, recobimending sad Selling V pO.SDrnsVaVrat.fs&.SV4.V -
"iuppliw'furnbhed .volunteers borie F. SMITH Charleston S. > IU* frfeni&for the otal lectures.V V by saperi I. ties De large quanU- C.V1LHSWtV 4. : 40VIh.vy
andJf dr ; U.K JL1/ favors he has received since V m o ; WJcox'i 13 *.,, V
1..bp.rs 4.
V 11;RKCD ft Co., Palatka. E,F he commence d ith.'A.-CIVIL E ful L4ttbst.with very ears I. sj ,
r other propertyot, fur which" the Tlpltcd Sta'toi business tn4hUcitv fa 1832,and would OINEER PARTMxrvIs a theVameVOI J. MWu S, J.D.Lrn.t's is V If Vv- tVt
S. B. THOJTPSOI k Co- Black Creek : V state to bJ is which are taught Arithmetic cox"-on the 5 CbirIea W. Bi4..r.Wsiir
V jsliabto. friend,and the nubile uonta and writ. outsidoIsbelor you :
VV generally;that l.A. Shsass.Trist.s V
V may jx1 5 -
I T.O.UoL3Cts&Co.i'ackeonrfflsgj''PArnaso'I during.hi 1* ten I. 4ii -'
,)Algebra rather than '
mental jured
late and written bencflu&j.
V yiait toLondon and Scotland he ha ,) Geomety : A aikUa. BtlUwa P1ls... Tl .
AdJress JaeVMnville. Eart FlorMftJ '-* V ft Kmo, Burnt Fort. Ga. : vapou* improvement connected with *acqair VV d Trigonometry, Surveying, 'with the use of lnitrt h .,Ifyon wish to knew who this PrV-Wilwii S J.b.K.,47Gssft.* S -J V'SVVV.r 4
A.A. Dgba*;Darien, .. V : V V menu In the field,) Praetecture Englpeg AVTCbI; hav, the privilege referring-to the b. Ja. k PS...a\ TkaMe 4A.
& : Jso. S, FrutE ft .Co. Beaufort S V C.; .DYING AND FRENCH CLEANING Perspective V the first men if &ift.4 Av. .Wi.dhsa 4, VV
; ( *-, VV f drnugingsnd Topogr.,. ,community. Principal Officer Wnklaa. Papw Mill Tin.r. 540', S V
V GEOBDX L. BKOWX, IeWn&UITiUOEP.V which he trnsU will enable him,to jIve*tener Pb&h. : 173HtODWAYVNEWOa: V Tk* aa J. Caratltk.U. NMfSIk Ta V 5S Vc.II

tbo'Sccoad W.) DKa,, / V. ,-?!'. V 4$ V .atlsfact ion .to all who may: 151n A And Green S SU.ks.y. 's' V V
Offieo-vpon floor at the Conrtrnomie eurt corner and Beaver ,
; A, WATUKXAH, Ocal ,E.Fi V with their patronage.- > of study Irill consist of S st V A4bsny;, iz i VS
a-judicious old V
_Jection Druggist./ Cbsa4l. Ci.
f-lZ. ;:ft4 or7tb.trej>t. : ;*> ;; i ir Jfc W PiARwnr. Orange Springs E.F. r.-* r VIIW ; Ladies Bilk and woolen TJressc-; Shawl*: 'k subjecta from Lhe other 5departmentg of over the VV 5 i a. .Gsrd..r 4.4 V 4qV

V WILL, practice. in ijO .icrerai, cbuntiw; ;>f the, V A. DC.XBAE ft Ck).,, Klng Feny and Trader* .fnedana dyed various color;Otf H to give roo'4'1 aUjhe branch*, purwed In our eommon"rtllnot vt includinr schools L eountry; -S )VJ.n.FstirSdrs u..uc.-C.., '40VS, d V f i: 5: V V V

Eagter areWn f/'FiarIdf: and attend- the ? ? '$, .. latUfcction.Table ,CoTr*cleaned or dyed'-.as PTsctlcaI Lecture. will a1sobe liven V 8cboo V ..&..anlwbas4a..- ; '
: : mayteTeqnjred. GeBUemen'garaen IS Don't be deceived a B. U V S
coUectIouofe1a3iuiL4t : -THOMA )VANCE; renovated by a eert1floate attaCbe t 4 *i V

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V *propertyJo*>or d trl ye4 Dy>roop in1iaid service: may be reaulrad. -" f. dUa** bonnet:dyed bla.cl ii method of teaching; baltber wiU $mosIpopula i5Obsvop a supeision of James L1iilton 'Chemlai underlb: wh 0 S D.rnb.ws. siT., ,. 155jV

.Alae ; leaned,:and pressed to uoperiortyl. g portnniti of cxamplifylng 'A; *. 8ovalI.CtaaiBiaU.OBla; Vrv.i.rnh..iIa
,! claim for peaskmi i of disabled): soldier;*,orih V ; V and GentJem n'KldGM I citation In Ih thonv b how Ue J. B. V
Itido**and Orphan* o deceased oldier : TO ( lb, lowsrdepartanente :oL tbI'V1nsIII front ltt0owhenthlsCbfltoJes a s, 'V
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ilirill jglrcUr (* WBOUNTY for.orYtae5tc4Dnthor knowledge to tranalato with t iluy, snd too iliOUi1ian4 %VflCh BlterL..Prd
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claim of those taf reiftei lI&lng been nyse asbserlber wouldktf and otherwise; and fnonL V *'
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tendscarryioff abei businesi;-In wifeh 2fin&io 4% .
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V ; : jWashIngto termJ. : S Institutions'In'ihi AdsaJnisj.
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