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 26, 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
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System ID: UF00079922:00087
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'. Tb. zaide .Ddtbe boy, also possess film bousesAll; these persona,: cies found ia Spain,Ira tlie'ke lreHb'*the f;brje3uakeC, andamong1inary eitorat rtraarks of the S. .

S a tugh tbiilii4O tbO UU bght fn; 'in aiJit'ion! to the large land. epacious-apartnents -' eagle;, and many; 6iiknbwn' .thefe.; "There C ed a aftert ocu i forifisobidience biix1raor It rditot dcWnot expect duiunlon nry ioon .
"" with joy Js'goUtli : for,6rdnarjf? purposeVbave'ctijerij was a greatvhtfmbjerofeacfi.; kind; 'and'he itt Grct : mence upon private n' re/erring to a >b n'compth at'paid:t --"
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icth ppern d lower, thAtcojjtaan co nserrai coye"redjpart of ibf'caees .ctbere- S ; JoneV. Hirauwasordered*: uf thls.coantrr.res .
was atejjthv terrace
terttlA>veXT rEin j-. ; ; Ott: adjoiing tSeJsike,Vbefe l% ithieityVwithr'oiheir
tnlxedVUk GricTa itJloyvja S ones 01 fiower&v. (angb of jLhel,causehatrieadi and anoiher.on the; outside ot tberatiDthefoTOer nwra-rpiece ar'iwthpioand5ta'kei'sJW8ald; : *sayi; '
; WM : Into thecity, are. laid two ; Iwhiclx .the birds iised ; S fesfined '
.Da4e lu'hjVwt Therei, proof enon h that this.UnioaV. .
.t ewDil41bEdaaid .
> takahi1a.. "ticrosi*n&ck∈ pipes constructed ;df rnasonry, each ;ofwhichis I..1 the'ryghtjtlrri'e.iarid 'wb Sitliiid1band: .do wr, ithotjtfshbwing* any "jwpentr of S. 'YoflwtPae.idthecorpogaL: S'A to be the Jnost.polJsbed aml re* e4' S.j:,.
in width and'aboutireeet'uh '
AM: we&r cft7rea :: two pacw he ptheV enabled theof 4orrnjoyibe sun and man f&fj;n B Vp ttf toe/aitJ'saMrin' hi dws 't'Nttr Bajdiliraaal '* Battoathat! the work! ever saw. :TbeBafT ;

I've countedf e&chbea4 Md link height. An; abundant ;.supply..p( ajfr. -To'"albhe8e' birds ;iossT, .' Cre'dallr tongue llaili bsul ii aeatfibal W CIIHcumbeqi .4.'l'llTFOrtyOu to the Major: :', ersal.i freedom,"the1 fairntss; of the laws,UJ*!;.
icellent'waterrfonntnga'VolnineiequallBuik given forjoo and' flo&j Q r-S oajiim io defeiicVr'of' birh.. emoctstie l the jnstiiutwttvtbe enjTTal '
To loll me to tny rest; bebnman ; !lf 'and Report afcd; bedare4Iait't4gimn' ;splri|t>
; bodjrjg coaveyed 1 byt one were in tb*- ame palacft lieVeral large bi3.people-unf" h'f -feduce'd' to"haJresent to prosperity- prevalence..ofeligioas
Was saridiatlw
Anamury a time ttia Jittl erosijj ., of these pipes and'distributed ab : udand'cauaftheWer.fof'vott -
utihe'citywhere ofllh "
i' 'Hat < tiorihe : "" "" ; iaflaeuces have a 'direct 'tandenei '
gujEpebecnprezse&. wuuuuiuii pdW.ImfghtdcTwith majer nut'tf".* ? "11 -
it ia used by,the inh.abjiantsfo,4rirk- jesTrailt b heavy: well- hirtf ,wof ,
piecwfcf Tfiqjbjerf pnC MI: pleasedi Hrtnen-laid his'; bah Ther rjU dHTram'Jonesfolhe'ajor j l iiand'improfe the .jpua .
ing and other purposes,,. The otheY"pipe.1n togetberii alt tnosl ci which ? rejp :
jThoa goest from me-I BO more or weekepr >n a'ppniacrdlhit cretefling-utirstrik) ".' -'i'5'' r r'HetoiXttfor.safdCoqwral- hey must Taise the jt.haracter "above" _
Stall watck about tby way; the mean time, is kept* empty'unI.: tlieIorinerrequfresto -. ions tigers, wolves,'-foxes,arrf a.viretr-of: hi to te.heart, Ipake'rncouragingly S. Doplfttle.' !oyr sadrd-hicjinfalr laws,exclu jird-
-. ; be 1eansedvheuth, Waters animals of thereat: kind, in, greaffnumbers, timanbadft-iirft have fearsV J trhrJleges, and eontempfuoastreatmeatrpro*
? ; no .Thus tell
"I thill not thy form at ere, let Kdyou; was myprderTasked
into it and continues
be.used till theleansing.
whichwere'althMbnfowlsithese'anthajj'iMbjrdi' the Jnce in tbeoM world.?
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cacique bemg prisoner; be in 55 S
Or hear thy voice i by.d y; S. is finished.! ,, As the Water is >ecessarily. : "waL ___ +i' AW.. ikli viiilt'A>-. Li.rt war_ ii' "major very.irtdiehant eonsiernatiotiV S S
JLH that my weakness leaves to me .carried over.bridges account of thretundtjn C '* There'wiijacoiherlalaee untLonlto majtwyVssud the tbrpbral. JEXST IJXD'S IJBeaiUTT.TbVSvi'pbcopal.
: trto a cdncI .nr nTuet Jest
It for thy rate to pray.IT the salt its IQ righj, back Jsvere ,.Uie; emphatic : Church iri bas'eai
water crossing .route, reservoirs that-contained a number,of-!men, and day, m11ipotytus day, the'thirteenth of WOrd8OL.Majoto Buukir-4tiI'ght back Chicago
canals aVe coustructed. the -' T cause of gratitude to Uad.' The Ret.tor.Jey.
resembling Jenny
,prr women bit ninsi.rqtts size and also diyajfs,
era tore wee iroHiwieTUsti*,'- ; : roorolf JDoufittlei and iteirJPri vate.Hiram;
tnogeS4rougri. ine Jrebb' irvier' Mr;, :.Unonius bpabd:
Jjonveyed. and croce&and ill-formed each''of Jone "'"'" <, *
If Conscience plead in rain, These are .of 'ihe persons .hemajfga: 'fQgjjisj,5. ."T statement, .frrnnwhich; jt that b&*
reservoirs which had their separate apartments} --These1 VA pttHOCS TllCE br-WORKMANSHIP. n-K 6.fe'J *- >-_ r appears,
' Ah! like an iron link to Troth, breadth of the body;:'nf aa ox, and ,of the also bad their'respective keepers sA to singular illustration of,tEr doctility/.an J .te a.- S sdes the $1000 given by Berto the ChuithT
Hearen make thii fragile chain! same length as the bridges. \The whole # been last year, iie hIs contributed.$2,000 partly1o.ahl "
city he other remarkable thing tbatthe emperor nacityof'ironbas pro-laced'at the ,esablishnientbf I married gefitfemaa bf our acquaintance.to
And may iU cross born in thy heart, is thus served with water, which they'carryn had in,his city for his5 amUsement r cafiohiyisayjthat GDofrmngf'Esq'thit Crown i is.better half.a'few days! since,;as he drew In bwldiuga"patsonage, andpartly8. .
Till then art strong again. canoes' through all he streets for ."sale they were''nutnerous; and 'of Iron Vork SthethwiCk.: It is lit'thefbnnofB forth his"bandana-to remove the inspiration foi'the poor-oLthe parish.. She', has also?*

taking it from aqueduct in the following varicuskThlA;. S book; the leavescftwbich ;are of iron, that s cod in !age beaMs'u'ppn his'b'roori jromised communion service silverfatuf :
"If blner,softer eyes than mine manner: the canoes under the bridges rolled > ia* given the rector$1009 to paysoanirdebtsy8*
He iri
pass was nerved the following, manner: sofineJhatlliey arenhjbjcker than Why make *ucS a whli deaf TOUT daysj *
Seem worlds of lore to thee, on which the reservoirs are placed,when 2very day as soon as it waslight, six; hun- a piece'of thin paper..* The*book Is 'neatly you! knpiY,,would beihit macb 6hoiteneJH to furnish: thearso&ade&ctn'i_ ** S yt

If other lips and other tone men stationed above fill them with water, dreci nobles and men ofrank'werejfn attend bound in red 'morocco,und :contains; "forty- "! tbe5 moralizing reply of the wife.'Yes surance.oh bis life."V. -Z -

Crowd out my memory, for which service they,are paid. At all the ance at the palace,-vrhb 'eit'hriat, or walked our of.these iron leaves, thef whole teing > that's very truei,'dearV*' said the Cr/siocs S. TKEE.--A carious; 'tree*

Etfll be this chain about thy soul, entrances of the city, and in those parts about the balls and 'galleries, 'and'.paseed only the fifteenth of-an ichthickThis; f h lusbaud ; "but! then'my"nights, "ybof ""*- tab be seen in 5tht very n aMr.'GreeafJ pear *

To draw the back to me." : \ where the canoes are discharged, that Is, their time in conversation; but-:wilhout'en; curious book\is the work; of;Charles! Hood, awaits would be'leegthened in propoiioit:' lowanus, within block garae or t\o of 'tBV ea s

where the greatest.quantity of provisions is ering the apartment where his persbrt ,was.; whcs'isin Mr..Downinj employment; was 'TheV'ftf, resumed bersewtngas '. trance to'the Greenwood. Cemetery 'HZIIT .-,-. 5
And so they parted: she to wear, m brought, huts are erected, and persons ta- The servants and attendants of these nobles oiled in the ordinary's&eet iron Tollsand! the tree is .at. in fall blossom-and; ; '

Above, an angel's crown, oned as'guards, who receive a cgrtum'quid I remained inthe" courtyard of which'there a Angular illustration of:tbe:extreme lenaeK 'es, the'other half presen merely in leaf. 'alter-*

And he,to feel on land or sea, of every thing that enters. 1 know not vere'two or'threeof-great ex tent;;and -in oLmn.-BrrninghzqzEng; Jpiir.- sonney, but.Aongo ,n arthc water,. And natel' "e'ach. side 'blossonur Every and bears

In forest or in town, whether the sovereign receives this1 duty orthe the adjoining Jstreet;. whirh' 'wasalsoVery -V -, B1 recoflect, if you're dro wn ea,'I shall. skin you fruit.: year The46earing'side this year.willyield?*

A eron and chain upon his heart, city, as I have not been informed ; but pacibas.. cTbeyja.ll remained in attendance, A Fcss XraZ4PAM1LY.-WaUthcre's' a "sure.aaTyoaVre' 'alive" ""! infabundant, olsveet fruit The skla
From the far heaven let down. I believe that it appertains to the'sovereign, Iron morning tilt| night and,,when his'meals row ov4rrthere at ouchbiis'e '." / .. iVhat : iat does notlblossotri crop! this'year Will blossoiat!
as in the markets of other provinces a taxis vere served, the nobles were likewise servJ"d ?.."\ on 'arth' theiaxter" .yoa "litdeearptntl ? \Vhen are yW.'gojB t*:'cotn ence the and yield a good crop of war frnif the next-

The Despatches ofHeraando Cortes," collected for the benefit oj the cacique.n .- "with'equal"profusion,' d'Ibefr'servantend ? '*> "; > ,, S.S pork'busness1 asked' a person lanoth r- year, and BO pn'every alternate yeari Thi*
the Conqueror of Mexico, all the markets and public places of this : secretaries also' had':their 'all wance- 'fWhy, dad's goCdrnfiki othtde d,'the why had sfsrjr .the eye. "ExpIaihlT! aid has been thecae since the tree first yielded '

Addressed> the Emperor Charles V. city are seen daily many labourers arid persons )aiiy his larder andwine.cellarwereopen;' old cow hasota: atf,5SaIigot'narid aad theafflicteadne; ,-"VVKyil's/e'thatypa have' Initf Altogether it is; a great curiosSyiKno '
of various employments for a'a.avwitbibe'oonaPeie has swoPereda ytyeadiT'rqen: was,.the reply, "! : *
wailing t 7 alJwhowshedto1eat, and drink.- The TSirk -" ?
[TRISSL&tED.] : p'iit.'and Lufs 'looked at the>Aurora'Jorax have got one hogfin'my now." -' ='. -S paper. S
some one to''hire them. The inhabitants meals.were served by threejorfour hundred ey -S. ; ;
MCSPTIOS OF COKTES f BT MOSTECZFMA K MEX- of this cily pay>a greater-,'regard to style in youths, wbblJrou'nfht'on an infinite :variety -until lie's got the delirious' .triaigles. S THE' 5 HEIGHT FgexTEXi3-r-4ye learn from- the Lcjgeri S.
ripark .
ICO. their mode of living, and are more attentive of 'dished 'indeed, whenever dinedor,; Tbaraint.all/nather.'L! .: ... 1 'who' boarded> IMiviz.Ayonpg'of ([rays the JTorySIr :that some Indians'do
When we had passed the bridge, the Se- to elegance- dress and politeness of maner -' upped/the 'table was loaded with every ."What else 'pon airing'** at one our "prmcipat ring the last winfer,-while engaged itt.a beat
hotels ,
f for
nor Muleczuma came out to receIve us, attended ?, than those of"the o'tuer'provinces''and kindof. flesh; fish fruits,, and, vegetables, Rose split,the.'batter potind.? broke ithe ice or.another,:.managed to a' longtime the by one arti- tiDot, set the world on fire. They raaVbeor .. -.
by about two hundred nobles, all Cities ; since, ai the1 Cacique- Huteizuma bat.the country' pi dacid. As.thecliniate' pancakes and one-of 1eipltesekitensbas bill.- At last, the postpone landlord payment into a andattempfedto smoke hicnontl

barefooted and dressed in livery, or a peculiar has his residence InIhe capital, and all the is cold, they' put'a chafing-dish"; with live got; her head into{be molasses cup and can't" tnpatfenti 'and' 'becam'etiiire They soon observed the' jmoke risingfront

garb of fine cotton, richer than is usually obility, his vassal* are in the''constant coals under ever plate to. keep'them warm; ;et it qut and QhhbXhjB'y l,am!)':, ; boarder 'steppTng3 him up tr bis'juvenUe Essurea iix"t e'inountain, for the di3Unc* ofa 4
ort the shoulder '
slapped gently
trorn ; they came in two processions in closeS habit of meeting there; a general; courtesy The meals -were. served ,in a large ballon; Counsel.; '- Jadda understand asked Dim for some nioney- "I have half a mile.-Tliis".was- 'toburOain* '
proximity to the bouses OB each side of the bj.: demeanor necessarily, prevajls. But not which Muteczuma. accustomed to eat Aly y6a the above'FeJertcksourg.. .SpperttiUoa -a-lded. .
red *,
nof about
street, which is very wide and beautiful and to be prolix in describing what relates the and the disfee's quite filled the room, "whtchvu' obligation*. of an oath 1'** .,; ,, t' >, acpnicreplyl.a ; cent *'But"mydearsirsaid meat presenti1 was the the terrors t9 the scene, andthi Indiaps came ta' .
that from end of fiairs of this it' 'with "covered with mats'and clean By- ( a gpT| do. s. the"setu'eient -to'prbcare.ajsiatance'to.ex* -
eo straight you can see one great city, kltho-jg'b is kept very : tb'at andh rd. **!
Js" > cannot afford to board'
Counsel 4What ? keep
it to the other, although it is two thirds of a ifficulty1 I refrain -from 'proceeding, I will He sat'on a small cosbion,curiously-wrought Uie trathlind obligatioiu1 mioth,; log nouse without'beiftj paid.*>< HVeil a ,df-n tinguiih the flames. .They fewaJ'that 4he.prince'of -

league in length, having on both sides large sayno more than that the manners' of '-theeuple of'leailer. 'Daringthe; meals tbere. were S nhL'Boy-"T speak' -- keep' exclaimed 'o"url'ybang philosopher! ; ."ifynu'cannotsaflud'1t the infernal -iregioas"TPaaabout4ocome
and elegant bouses and temples. Mulec > as shown in their intercourse with present, ata Hule distance from him, five urilx '- -, sell to fbfft, ;r6TiTicrllqmd fire, to coasame"heir .

zuma came, through the centre of the street, me another, are markeas great,an at- elderly icaciqne.si owhomibe"'presented ;Counsel-.9Vhere. did" :.you ,learn'' 'this, myajtT that can!"'--Saa'FiamciscctPublic, out; Bddntt.A some; one. bumin' grou ds. They5say thc'smoke.w '
attended by two lords, one upon his 'right ention to the'proprietiflvlife as iri Spain, tome of the food. "And there 'as cbnsta'nty S. S VWX an unearthly stnelL -It is supposed that .

and the other upon his left band. He was and good order is equally Tk-eU"observed; in attendance"one of the servant who Boy- VFrom mv fflor.'sir replTeJ the coantryniarf; being' ofiered a 'glass of the5fire was cbfnrflanieated' to a bei of coal/
ad "With; of iihoiWedhowmuehbeeste
supported on the arms of both, and, as we and considering they are a< barbarous peo- arranged and handed the djshe.i andPJwho a look priJ&which soda water,the'other day, reject Bfcvith indignatioo. and it may.yet give us Texas' volcano. It

approached, I alighted and advanced alone pie, without the knowledge of.God, having received from others whateverVwa3.wantedor medtheirlj moral,principles .'"' Do you-think!'am a sI ,mander,' 13 said that Americans' bave5' oafirmei.Uie ,
] mplantedin his breast, by her tb.wboai was i. r"fjr i i .j frfrm 11A'pbbr" Indian account of.the fire to salute biro.; but the two attending lords 10 intercourse with civilized nations, these the supply .uf.Jthe table.. Butlv at Ube saul 4i ; '
stopped me to prevent my touching him, and traits of, character worthy of admiration. /eirinning and cud 6f every meal they" furnished -, committed ,hs! physical and moral.existeVicel Will Cat; instead! of being dead,:'aareportetfjs -
: ; "thatbread '
low 'said cast
basjt beijn '
they and he both performed the ceremony of S In regard to the.domestic appointments of water for'the" bandstand the, napms'used truly the "trill"returnafter, deyjl'jri.onicfthe! .Weemjas, atJEagle Passv > '*

kissing the ground ; after whicb-fce directed Muteczuma, and the wonderful grandeur and : .on"these occasions ;weie never npon waters*' S manydays5 says: that'although'be his been iaprlsoa six'
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his brother who accompanied Jim to remain tate that he maintains, there U so muchloe : usodja secondtime, ;.this wa*, the i case ,aiso aninate. i iv moaths,"the,phly being lhat' 'hjuf/'droppediimVline' Thonipson the .Abblitiobist, *was.aa- .,. .
*;Hh met the Litter accordingly took me l by> > told! that I assure your Highness know with the patesanddishes! which were nut 'This answer cansel.a thfllltof joj to. is a friendly.spider thavbelongst nbunced deliver an tatUresssin'PhiIadelpha .
the arm, while Lui1,.,him his other ot-where to begin my relation; eo as -to be ronght'' a' ain, but new ones'In 'place"- of the bosoms} of the auditory and every ; '"ab'urgaiin! the'nei story above o8qdyCalngot1astweekaad
attendant, walked distance uTlront'of "T" T -'- r rt of it. For;, as I have"alreaay hem;;it was thesani also with the chafingJt 'ace was light dnp''with Bajfisfactibn'" The- a great crovrdussembled :at the Arch street
me, and\Iler be hj fiS&S/ome all the stated, what cau r e .iuurcwy vw r-r Hi raln (Jrij J T rvjlaiv" Jn four e.d__was__ instantly idttitify HalIwberetwas; to.have taken'place;bat
xnex- HUMV #*.,,.. t. T>: EvaiJjM ,me, than that a baitarous'nnarch, lie i?,* litkrem euit9.entiieiy.nevc.wnjcu he never_ 4 'S S S. Whetfier men.shnalj-ba considarejichari- the 'use 'of:the'-balt was refnseo.an4 the .

and then went away in v ijODTocesaions should have every object found in his domi- wears a second; liuie/ None of-the; caciques tabJreQtbqulj -depend ,not von.' the'ainqntbd1thetim' Marshal oL Police'appreh'endMJg'' t, ordered .
with great regularity,one aftenue other, and ions imitated in g old,silver, precious stones, %r9. enter his'palace have their feet $try fif aa old mad'Inyeruithn; wholate1pref'rCd ,He that give? a milIton.oa -' the muiutu4e to dwperse.: .-'.<' ifBosTdjr I
in this manner returned to the city. At the and feathers; the gold and ''silver, being covered, and when those for'whom he'sends cpmplainrtd MrAtudey'Saxeaiainst his death bed,is a smaller philanthropist'than S.- .! : 1S

time! advanced to speak to Muteczuma wrought so naturally as not to be Eurpassedy enter his1 presence they'incline their Leads for ai>';ardenl bachelor' 6f sixty, besyho'bestowsadoilar.whjle" ,"in" ,Jane 6.{| I

look oj from myself a collar of pearls and any smith in the.world,;-.the stone work and l look downbending, the*?, bodies; rand replied! eourarfghertoostron ihat it difficult The,attorney-of the midst of good"heaith' ani deviltryr" ., In th-U.-S.cfrcnit --artto-Jayitne'Jary

glass diamonds, and put it around his neck. executed with such perfection that It is diffi- when they,adtIr &i,)hjm, ttey donot' look ] of. ih' sort was"* jeacljicases .. in the..case rj--i--, bt.-James-Scolt changed-'with
After baring proceeded along the streets-one cult: conceive what instruments could have him in the fac> this arises from'excessive > as, meaattejnperatiire'pf. :' KET.WEST-June &.- participation in the rescued JShadracb,canlein
courl&'hips .riot'set u"qwom the birokr.'WbT
was '
of his servants came bringing two collars been used; and the feather work superior to modesty and reveieuce:- ,' thisla jI4 the idtheagrieyd S 'Mthcu&r' 4 cIDENT 'WrTH LOSS:-OFLl again, s ill anabfe to agree: They stated

formed of shell-fish. enclosed in a roll cf the finest productions, wax or embroider}'j i'' .f' tJii FE.-QffTuesiay last J3i"inst,, a*'about 4hatthey'"wfe uuanimbua upon the jawfjn
doth,' which were made from the shells of The extent of:'Aluteczuma's'dominions has 4. THE WLtfOr )IrXfCO: -: ; pintert"a; : J.do'ntIike uak'tmhperaturoohiftei:5tion5mat Theilorney 4Pl: ; a:; the *rtwrof the Bntish brig the caser disagreed'' upon.the"eyideuce.

coloured prawns or perwinkles, heU by them tot been ascertained, since wliatever point Mare Iban; five had'beelispenl'Jn( ( 5PiiLrfl'iSd: : ttatkt jbe'mnan'aaJietireJPost ] Sprightly, were errgaged in her hbldV prying They -werep, tbereupofl, Discharged JBy tlxe
in high estimation; and from each collar depended be despatched his messengers, even two uun- these conferences:3uHng'which t roe maliy out Heavy -pieces of cast" iron, beIonginta Court. '* p ** '":"V'Ja: -

eight golden prawns, finished a red leagues f rp.n his capital,,hi* commands of'the nnhabitahtsYvfere; Icrmrded together ] S the Light House now' building at Sand Key "Tbe'case'of liewls! naydoti sdTcoloredfdr

very perfect manner,.about a foot and a half were obeyed, although some of bis provinces oporf piles'"of-the 'dead, some werelon the Capt. Jisspjf, her ComnSander, wishin* tc particTpating m the sane"jescue,'was

in length. When these.were brought Muteczuma were in the, midst .countries with water, and others rere swimmingabout f man"\yho tb'the utrtfast'bf hlis power rive some ihstrncHbns, went into the bold ; then takea up Quite a numbier7o rile j*.

turned toward jne' aid put hem vhich, he was at.war. But,as nearly.as I drowning. the part of thakCwberthe augments the great 'massjof public or' inJiyidual aLthe'tithe; they-were enileavortnglo andU rqrs c were.objected to ami sat asile'in

round my neck; be then returned along the have been 'able to learn, his territories are canoes.' ere l ing wbih was ut cflMIera happinns.v will, nailervery.. institut 'one of ihe'piec of cast'ngv'wBenitsiarted, cbasequence of enter ui g'opinion'aterse

utreet in the'order already described, until equal in extent'to Spain'it ef.Tnere.'are >!le;'e'xtent, Indeed,'so excessivVHvere' ..theeufferiags Lion,, and;in .npite of. all Aopposition, !be. the strikrns'hrrnoa the back part-of his bead,' to the execution; of the7/agrU.ve'kIarelia| r,

!be reached a very large and splendid palace, fortifteJ' places in all the provinces of the pebjpjel that'no fine",could happiest ofaH men.bimwlf. M and j miniii'g him agaiu'st the side'of the res; and'pnljr ninejarorswere obtiinei'out of

in which we, were,to be quartered,, which garrisoned with his own men, .where 'magifls how,they-were:able'to"s' staiii them; sd;' AD efjR rt9fweremade''tolBXt.r.cate him.H thenneI.s': .
had been fully prepared for" our,'jecepliori.He are also stationed his 'governors and' coilec abd an" immense "multitude of ,men," women, .-Woat'morrprecJou9QpifitrHi.tTcan' belaid) ] e"was aco'n ve ved.to Sfrl,Tirt's wareSdasejwhere1 neCourt tfien recied talesmen? "to;be

there took me by the band and led rjejntoa ore of the rents and tribute; rendered him and'chiidren, were compelled! to'seekl/efuge upon Hie altir of a mail's Ueart than thcrfirsl 'rne3icaf 'attm'iinee"wij, promptly suuunoned/and adjoarned'u MozxIa3t1 -

: spacious saloon, in. front of which oy every province;:'and an'accbant V kfpt tvitb us J many "whom in their '"eagernefis love of ajMireVearnMt' nd8irectiiinateiirlIlotsarid ; ; hroughtthrou'h DxrsO'ilA&A'and Joxi; S S. .. .-- SS. .55 : 5 -S

-a1.a court, through which we entered.Having of what'each is obliged pay as'they have to reach.us threw thenwel/ea into.the water, w4 ah'uJtidednteEestineibr c mnei The'poor.jman nererspokeTaJthtfugh'TnucSbroWj "Withm : the last two. weekjs' says; t be, -

caused me to sit down on a piece ofi characters and figures made on paper that and ,were ilrownet!.amongst the mass ,of *, 'fourteen 1. -JI r -,>-stryhouses1 i. ahd Faffsffihof'se'verelV. He'died 6ath Merapbis Eagle of the 24th nit,al feast fivafugitive'
.rich carpeting which be bad ordered to be are used for this purpose.: Each projriiice dead..bodias,,' It appeaf ed-that the. umber .;sairie'erehjng at'aio'utT'PlfMi. Ht'was elavw'have been' brought hack to
j.ctde for bis own use, be told me to wait renders lnbute'cf; its, own peculiar ,productions of persohsr'jwbo'bail; j erifthed,.either- from A UiDT meetirt ''arffIrTiwh >"ha-riate7y! left biirieJ'bif We'iintsJay afierutwD.ihe 4tl last? this tityf from free- 'States,. witasas. little

../his return there, and then,went away- ,After so that the' sovereign' :receives' drinking' salt water,,from famine *vrpesti- her. .$erv7ceiio ired, >*WeHf' Mary, where at 5 P,. W TAS* mark .orespectthe flags trouble as wouid.be had in"recoverinx cows.Ve .

S a short spare of time, when my people,were jreat.variety of, articles .from different quar- fence, .amounted altogether Jto 'jnpre" Uian5fty tyon lyenow1*' un L'our s'bping' Were' '4t 'halt. Buist' -;also, \ caoiaIlyceiveieterinotifyingusthataiavslid
be returned lers.No '' thouBandsdul) In oroerVta/conceal *were4 tbV;tQtl don't live novrl'inJ martied4'Y ibbsel of CustomHoasViauu' to be the property of sove
-all bestowed to. their quarters, prince was ever, more /eared by; y ] \ -*** *-* >* '* .tpe4. : Foreign.
trith man rand jagpus jewels of gold and his subjects, both 'm:his presence*'aud/aV their necessitous condition from our JknowledgeV'the S I T CoasaJ.s JS*uuring* -> the>day.** t- ,,. -, .'f* -'. od idijiiiciahtyhasbeea1odged.inja4iii

51verfeatherwolta five or six thousand sence., He possessed out of-the city,asVelias bodie? of ibe dead? fre:not AVovrn S. rIIt.Bo8ToN.PoTsays; '-thattwokpd; S- ; $ S' Our Island continues verjt heal ttiy.-weather llTinoUor ladiana for his jowaer, jthowifl j

pieces! of cotton cloth,.very.rich arid of va* within,Jrumeroas villas each of which into the'-water lest'-the. brigantines]should eggs are used.in makin* the'beverage called uzusuallywarm.Manyo1 our cjtaeha' please*'" call ir;> patharges" and take' ,him -

ned texture and finish. Alter having present !had peculiar sources of, anjusemeat taOd cofriejn contact1.wttu. them; -not were;they Tom" .and.,JCrry-.namely i he4'A;.Ss; anil leave by thif JwW.r ,BiJVmfsa"scarce.. Ijoptheri1ws4 away. : S. ''- ;<">'

ed these to me be sat down on another all we/e constructed 13 the best possible manner taken away from the places where they had nutin-.eggs!_ ; : '- .. .." ; te

piece of-carpet they bad placed for him near foHhe useof a preVt prince.and, 1 rd- died,lest-we'should lee them.about the.city. -S ., ''lL'S.5arfey steamefJHe'irfwill. Natchez' Cmrierrone o .t&e.strongest whig
me, and being seated be discoursed as folJt !- Whhia the cily.his'! paaces\! \ were reo wonderful But Jn those streets where they had perished ; qii5 hereoct tbe1Othinsb-areabe! 'to : orders, and'compromise-joaraaU in. thafbltewing'eonccrnrnj

: .that it Js"hardly :pofisib'i-.to deribe 'we'founds)beaps of"dead bodies'so frequent ?,-__'rrThe Buffitlo Courier gives an kmusiiig for.5 NeiYri'rk. "_ '' : ilr.Webster'sBal&

'** is now a long time since, by means of their beauty and extent;J can'onlyay that that a'person; passing-jcould! not avid rfeppirig'qn account of a gentleman 'who mounted a Lieut; ; M EADaf ri ved.here per steamer" to speech. ; '., 1*
written* records we learned from our ancestors in'Spaia.tbere jVnothing equal to tEem; thern and/when the jwopfeof: ,tl>e' harierr[ lard to hear and eonA he arrival take1 charge of The'new'L'gnif formerly'iueharse :
that either myself nor any.of those Tlirre'was brie 'palace some wLat- ferjor city flocked towardsVuiv I'caused Spaniards of:tne''Mayflower witfrMSe*.President; and ipf.:;the 'late Maj j.j,LiNJ<*RDt Bui'I .J Thjeril' are many parts tl this speech.we. .' '

'who inbsbit this region'we're descended from to-the rest, attached to whth was aVbeauti- toWtationed through'ihe'streets to pre- suit; on f7idayf, Justas,he>was listening understand 'that'* .the flatureshare notet thjl-rned! and"i&jodkioas' ,:not -that we .

original inhabitants, but from strangers | ful garden with balconies;extendine; oe1t, jefttou r allieV from'd estrpying thewretch with great unction tbeiipeeches"lbe".barrel arrived JrqrnNeV; York, the'workmen;will :expect nbrthern statesmen to be deciaringi31roLthexten danot -

who.emigrated hither" from a very distant supported} by marble column?,'and havings persons'wji came- put in :such Inultitudes.t head.gaveivay'an3! he] BtIdeasIy! and teveheronGabo4.'1fQf. 'luyiext-! *jCtiffy' > tot we s.

land; and we have also learned that a prrnce, I floor' fbrmed 'pf jasper elegantly .in laiJ....-. I t a'sd charged Ihe*captairis of!pufValire* to nojUelessly! up to;;bisu hird button' tin, the <7/iaf/ito; ci'T 'I '. : think that ia the present is excitabJe-s state
'There forbid, afl "means i iri; their> ; the J of public-afairs) any thing gained byitheexpressibn'bT.aSstract
who sVTBBsals they all were conducted our r were apartments'in.'tbis palace"eufScieut bjr power, reat staple.of 6hia"vexclaiinin : 'Iar optnionsr-even when g _

people into these partsind then returned to to lodge. Iwo princes'of-tbe highest 4auhter A these* fugitives j yet all' uiy have! mercy on.uspr"f'! L. '*" ." 1 i iBosTos, Tune,& hone gI lr enteHainid..All'sach thiags'add
"*' lib.native land' afterwards again rankjiwith: tbeif retinues. There were .likes ecaurlonsVerB insufficient to -prevent., r"* "*- "
lie came, i f"i
: Lasteverimg 'a.dreadful'tragedy.occurred faX to the fires and ire,bold U to be.the datg'S.
wise tb"itlen in and that day-more than fifteen thousand lost MIND TOUR i 5UsisES3-rTa a man to his
to;thiscountry, afiei ;the. lapse of much belonging poo s of., water, 'S in:Roxbarytr.'A ybuhgrmania stranger f ran* of the patriot to'put-'down instead of jloin- .
fimevv-aad found that bispeople had!inter- which'were kept the d.flerent species of water their! "fivesAt the *wme-.time 'better frett5m8TLnL hL3owa busineswoukLbf I .
: Dr fotto'fan. im4e"d .
MaFneJcalled lCacamrdgs ;
on 'AfTJ extinguish
inrried'with.. the native inhabitants, by birds found, in tis! coaotryj.of ''which classes, and Ibe warriors pfibe' city;' '*vere cbnswerea7 .aboiit equal- top nocking"! biniaui eompUraiA i of feeling \iell>The doctor crease: .the fiaEQe'oftivil discord*5% .
,-v.wbota badmaavchttdren had there is a allot which dometicaledj pent withia ; limits,jfcmfinedj to a .
they and built great.variety, are : op- narrgw 'Sq _
but Airs. inyited the strangrriaiu"ttic -
xv towns in wbiebjbeyreside4;,and-when b.ej -i J6r the sea birds thefe were ppobof few terraces and houses, or>sbiigbt ,refuge taI %perpendicular.? A"nd Tyef. if:Is being; iwluiyHrlMV CummtngJ aTter-est'g fewKr :: ;Prorn ; -
desired .lalt ahd for river the waterY:but concealment one x>f.the eimplest; ruleaKbrngliC conJuct
> them, toicturnwjtb him they were water the bihls of fresh on jio prevented 1'5
> unwilling go, not were. they Disposed,to water. 1'he5 water-islet off at certaintimes our: seeing -their Anise rable .coodition/'aad : and! one.of' ;; .the m nselulittjat.mankind; #A e1f'eoiiIaMe4 momeaLaflerwards; Jpfatey Mrs'tre airl.m.bisside.Ciminiuigs' lit- S. : r5 ; 'Lbave eveCSSteoJc: S. .
acknowledge bim asl.their sovereign f, so be to keep jt pure'and is replenished byoieansofpipes. weakness-with*ufficieutclearpessAsltie canj adOpt m 'their-*latere'oone' 'wmtb'" CactI leTdaugDter 'came into'the ,robzrv wheo ttievstrahgerfSpr lunfAWea3oaTr5Ca as.Uie pee* -
ther -C
)departed from the- country, and \ve have alT .Each:species of'birdis supp'i everiingapproadied, andjno signs' of vtheir ngap745ad alnsrnenfs liane' aerit; froth, a.>cold ipring-oexv wsshing)

vrayi.heard that his detsceJideOs would come with the.food natural to it, which it feeds'upOh surrender ajipeafedtTirdered The two pieces ":Rzt bl f I Ibis sli5l nnforturiaie inoc nt,4dr'a'razor -theagnissQOppers and cat worms,and

; /to conquer thisjand, and reduce as to, subf %beVwiW, "Tius fish is given to'birdsthat' of- brJiniuce; 3O'lC'"levelled.Io. : ra3"rlheen'emy.ta v discourses, AID JpKU.-irIQwi7j'r inrtwhichj be4escribeE< m .one;the f rom4his>pocketiind; catjer throat fraoi ear nb vfroma.yery.severejro at;; TbJs complaint -

>* jectiofl As'bis vassals; andaccording to'the usually tut itjltvprms: ,"biaze'aud.>tbfiuerseeesjtosuch ; try their effect incattsinjf Xthem' to contrast- -between, semblance and reality, bits to ear -ilrst pv-iit frenzy;rushed forward is,norcoafined to us alone;bat pajh
S. i jirecCon froot'whkb saytyoa have as prefer- them; And {'] yield! ; .but they.sufiered greater i jurfwhefuU '
you come, ; abaIlene ave her. child, 'when ;ih mnnlerer tamed contrary,J firmly bdievs ; is universal iaihisSate. -
-''-ramely.ihe Quartet where the son rises,andS asBureyour btghnestytuat tbthe...birds accustoroed -; Itcehte vaj given.tothe. >lUes,to attack "A ii-i: he./ ii ipoahirjand.iet Iy'ct herJftseveral; .4 Indeed Ifaavejrery dreadlttlacfoant*
.. 1mriwbaLoiiMyoi to easl h there them than f/o'm ,lbe "cannon;':alUibugh lIieJaUer 'wpaianjj t ys'inefmay rio. anabel .
# reat lord or king isgiven'the enor m'aiet 4cei. Hr C henfledi' ndfoandTrefuzeit frboJ fmost !cf'-Sbnth:; Wetem Georgia, and
'tbiiltbL'1ane she.glides through-the :
.' Krbo scut yoa.hither, we btliere an4areu. mos; quantity'of"ten1 arrobas\\ every day did them some rnikbief.'A' ihis>aSof ) hke'aspirit'f.lothe4 wittta'raifir a MfghbOT Thrissaswn""woondaptnev Jiotber8arprisei ed 1hrop.ofi$51 s:" -
.gwied thai beisour Wtural sorfireign $peci-* 1ieitin"ib salt :lakeU The empervrVbas litjle'availrl ordered the'tmusketrrJol'firdwIte bow ahd'Sttfdded'wiihTstars 'Tae b Wtra.dfbcuU'i g hliowathmalan3 shall prov asjgrcaD a failure. aaha4 be .. '

L. .* ally as'you ay ibat si ,w a long time,since three hundred men whose sole en>;>lpyraent! istqlakCce'ofthOe a certain angular! >pace' birds 'and there thcywerecrow4eJ5togetbrryas; gained, and _
t. yon first bad JuwwJedee us? Theref ore ;< are idiate1yTh dJs* pp efto S.S - -I 4
-"K assujed btt we will.obey yon, and ac otherswhose'Only :basinessis tb.a.tend to. some ofrthe people thnicnJnto the water, be1 zasani z1eat
| ; ; nauttan
chance wash tui> in.the gutter
foronr sovereign in place oft the birds that arc.tu bad health. tfjose:ttxit remained ibere yielde themselves emptym a :

knowledge tbtKteat lord.yu>Whom' yoo mention and that /'Qvcr the pools! for the Sirds there are'cprrridJrs"ari"d prisoners witlto! t a straggle. In the meantime neraindsed afldtf :trsaArtOqdistn4bavo ___;_. .,____ _5 ] _. S.
the galleries iluteczbrna brigaatJnes'jodleoly4Jentefea(
tojjw-bich. S
v vlhere ball be BO resorts'and lYpirf which he"caulcwfrou aXdanm pt17550tbe. ake-.n& S
11 Ibis
And haTe.th
,g'paft.land 1 'yoUj < pjwifr.oj' extends, e- himself wibtheigh.; ; of them"; midst Of.theJfket. f vca5oes, bseG JS '
p ,mean whereirr.'my. pOt .
'T command U There is:aa' *ap.irtmeaV: ,wnich'.are who were tb"enottii makeirjy
: wbat'.jilyour/jilesfiMitex& ; il 0!rabutb taPlhgtdt1fw including
fieJt wiiCnand'cbildrch'vbosefcesbodtgs; ; pt u b41hoaptau&
'shalf(te done in bftfWpcrthereto said all mdt: .
lareyebio'i4awI eelasbei are bit ,
Ihstwehare c from theibih..The'npemor:ha vaaother up,behind;* canQ iqVyhicii,1rliere{ .seemed tq ;mmute otsevnga u4a J?$ # S.Setp ee$5S' 1it abbattbirtytarteoaacesrailh6 *

TuLdTTo7xiflcc very Uauuful! 'pa1uwitlra'iargcoun.: be/persons{of ,disUBctlon,' athl, when "the toss"'biife'etrmnck oppeu44 etb] ; uSur & too;and f fiftyfpere t;

.contajrisi many fine iuns yard, 'payed4'witfc! bandeoroe Bags-ia .the archers'who.;were'statfoneil ii ih 'bovrol, I'cphe11 apmanyja''L1J otbsb'CM'M

$ ; which may be'accounronr ; -, style 4f A tcbrd1betawqe: also the brigantme to )k xaittho Intbeibeyinade'ignaI baycbtxi coace'pttbt& wbol
___- *-kxn tDise feet jght and tr ; ttbtcacid. iwtnit
-$4 /' the fdtt, tiat all,the pobility.of;tb 'u paceS

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AUsd Gtneot: ciiixo1n1.
a .
*TCaILrrrGZ, CU8b'TflL'c1ictzr lhatbbjecl wtllb 1fexecuted rft Jood Till% noniceS _
CVtTWA1flh2GOItDV. evenlf it'should netessarjrtotal rout'themi ft]** tevz rrz ,- 5 S J S4pt -_-_L .,:.'4
eutirebatprpo5 tarytoree oflhe-United _- t IS jp gMyrBi g rnyrtr.1
: Since tbe laborate discnssJonii vrhic haft 1 ljf.beke .

been bad, both in and out of CbnKrefes'in'relation NothigbatSontfzCatii "**'' / .ito TlTW6mY; I .
: le CoavfBticnigs
owlll ILlie -- : *
an Emendation rox -
) : }&
_tb lhe coajplatnti WOUNDEDII
South Carolina -v-* v. r -- 5' *' *
I it has*beromemanifest lhat'TJbe. Juusotrly, *honliieu se to performs IhePe4sacoIaQatejkof: $Jae! date me ioVioarhiL1 Tpls conclusion;is Jormed/---S : :r .v -V vt_ lWw
,bf: beVi iy:the"'ConstitntibnV as-a jiprUon jf'.the ithm&i1imfai f'mn l 5 #t -
one 'pretended', grievance' to ..ertnrplanDfgaimjt ,Senalpr and J ( f1v.Ihd,
the'United States; arid'that is ,that "resentativ is. JhpuU withdraw' themelye*?I IrromHhetrjres"pective laAy etroi thrWtta .forn.iglt! snnomUi strIture oTowhih .L-1 ;#SSmise

', -- the balance of political povrerbasthanz d, ,, andifhStati *i n& jg, Papertof tb ia riSyi eV 'hJfclfUerlrof4icc ptari6e >ecattse rO 3---.r
; jIr. and Soot .Carolina finds berselfin a-minor? 6hould.rfuse tpr pp6nif IrTe jim'p1cnnd tion tberry of Mi.' ?*v fc!jrmet -'' -v -"- t ", 'V 4t pia 1ai .

i : ityso' Ih1 bC& ho longer wield the manner 'of. .chobsihgf.SenatprsTbr : -' -t-- --v '4 tpicted .-- 1crs arhigrfirh ticcuifed'jiIPrcco
t power,of .theUnitei,, kles to the accom representatives, or should failvtb attend the ? 4aP4 bj ;he edeferumncbtbll 0 the' anbi34 of fayTthe antuverV -

piehrnenlofberparticularveL.She1nis! seBsion of Comigresss&: That no .quoruiii; the *s thechta simite of .uPegbS4 people!,. IbrebTef pat coter4mOm yp..ycb( lasijrea I
'- -' rrothaFv.atbrooZbLtmtfeaicag iai
that laparLof.theVnited States-she !! ii
beiormedi and sb uldrefnstto Fb nipT 'floundermng'! .
appro* Gen B ur. irono1znce,acquiescetce ,
under the Coriatitntibn'widlaws ,
bythe 4l
to perform eam P'i ; :
4 priate money for_the;>uppbit"of the gbverhment xeuab1efi4b mnmu4.pi&lles andtIe'iittt1atfogi dinrjiodbereicalilociriite ever -
:-wh chi she may'be'compelled to perform -, ,-: so-thatthe; 'wheels ;gbvernine'rit'' whhran'ihjttTy fr tbe krck, f'a horse tTbe
tedinorAmencl'isMekin :
therefore-while threatens she continues"wllhdrawvand Jn'lheTUnion claims t-he should be. stopped,"' 'yet ".the ympnwouldiiptthereby ; his amp&near1'atatk A few tlaye smnce, -' -.- I.; ---. .-. .' .;5 -' -- -.z','- -'-' ; 'fir>, OI ttsiio' lo
- ij-. to be diss ityed. htcbhas hedoyerthepohticaroct $y Its;ajecyzI; P&1
The'Constitution" .resulted
t )nthifracture; of -oV at.hourss. (
tt a righrto reassumi the position she occupied arid, laws would remain; i and, theJPresadent"niust orj commissioneri.yfjvte happy,that after the; nrqtuat encomiums the tw< )(
more ;
of his ribs, We arVjiap'py! ?
the Constitution bt ,, destructive
1 before she adopted the since to was the most- one cver-
, and before'the old ; ? t kecarethat, the; laws be\-faithfully\ lapsi'of;two}-weeks :,;)ittjeIpiore' ltght* ;fi hard3 ci :D-p thieoigiaa mtor acie9cenee '
ict United States, even rtjcles executed ; land for thisi.purpose- and to enable learthe'jfljury not considered very ie rlou kntw; in -this' country cowuming,.oeaij
1t'2 of Confederation- that js, to bean independenf dispensed Jo'us intfiexdarkV'-Hray as it wHj and
4 the mars Uo'rdUichargfli fthisduly'theJudiciary { "the'entire'.busineBs of th Net -
State-without control, This : t1fc and Gulf!IaUrostl. 4an'ttii ailexeellt portion cityi- ; -
I rtt sovereign also'AvIllJj-euvam".in.lhe* fiilleieftbise 4 ; be cheering even though; 5t prbVe ; tcs. 0
I the claims to be,, and as such; lo*be capable of all its powers j and jhough Cpbgrees 4 e: JeariK.f: rpm>. ..wrjttuthentifrgdnrce fatuus If uargnmensar&wak, weba1t patform1"if} :wj"may jidge; by erj'ja js'jheJUtd C tjl rp naa''tich tlSnble
I of forming new associations, 'ilomestic hat-the conJaagTatipn i t bnrnr5ng .
/ of occurjed
amount tlt
beablej-fbr of'.a ubrun nedeseary t Iire iih
may want .tamajc6"'new flat-kttemptta strengthen,therabyftlnu* the following trom that ;papcrbf.Uie"
1 and foreign, for the maintenance. her in- lla she> old 'ones'.would ;nol ,beca: >rjirjf forward of this jfo ortaht'work i-' v2'i.! .ii V1'-n-"ixcination' with!' 'inis: .'5 *S of MoseoWji, Nin :k dependence. tattng ; -
the'reby be abrogated or repealed; \ '4 S were destroyed Itlinoteasy toestjBUtatb'anumb
ba -
been uaradtiedjand tfiat aVeconnpisance ; -
Cai1dofo I that br
i_ The question then' arises, rconclude,"therefpre; that H asi'nbiin the < *bccbwiiusweiedt "* are not'certalrfbijt. webavp]
IIi1 The grievance Is",|hat she can no'"lohger power of* outhT'Carolina' to"lli'ssblve ilhe 0 ,tbe..i routa wilt 1.he: Netsathefirst place pr'cniounc d lisbed IhS following"paragraph- iff the Gtor* t ojious&consuiiei1but i UOalSatleasionu'dred
iJ- wield the power of the United States,because Union ; dertaken in: pctoher'jhextbj'acorpsVnder ian1fsob3cvetit.i5: ; worthy of repe- The total l .134
; and if"she could it would be unjust to in the Adjuatmenftbe. "mostextraoriUnary
: ibe isin the minority. She demands present do sb after Ithe full" the direction of Mr vqueence. fjtibri- we'tbiBreforelEndorseltas.an ., supposed to"be, between ivilvg
; benelfit "bfficerwhb'
having < :Tracy
njpy'e an ,
- : protection from the acts of the majority, and : 4 \ lind heretical doctrine ever **Exc i.iEUT PtAtrbitsjThe:.,Athens, *** *tqvrtf C"*
of it for abouf '
half ,
{ ecantt.for-.the future. There never, .was a' ''WASHINGTONJune6 more, a century., las'beert in the employ the Ptcc Steam8liliConp'any prbniui ted jatNorin. ;Amertca t This; we (Lime stone; cbuntyX Herald.in'noticing! the ; 5 Jf- **** ff :tf

' t_ time when she'was a perfectly independent in the construction whaVres took-to H rJBttyjjtrong language:;and taken letter of Gbv. Collier, to CqIBerkesiys air estimate.- 1' -

I f14 sovereign State'. .She never had the'power to ..Letter From Jlr. arid depots( at Panama. If "thelresult of..the'dfrtakenjn be "takes precisely postiointrdtothecpmprornithmeas u The spectacle the fire-was frightfia.r| 1

LC; form foreign alliances to tiise and maintain C ,WAthf roSune4th-, is sais1actory, the road wilP beun- es-pow occupied "by" Thousands of raent womerfarid ehndren >-
j4 armies and navies., She bad such .St I nrvey reiitanc John Ilamideuafld tbefpat# the pep'rjle generally North'Alabama.Viz.:
rip power MrDJSAU ; When arrived at New scarcely clad, and seetningly ia'a stale of:
under the royal government; and if she had, York,niy attentiornvaa i called tb'a'paragra Kin .'Januaryi'.to"cofn"pljri \ itKHle rlbts.bf bur own early-bistory'tovtne etac'iigns an acquiescence in, but not an approval oj f j jall.

:' hetransferred! jt, with all he'rTights of war the Vtelegraphictjeport *'of my: speech atBuflalo. terms of ihe act limiting the time yen/with-' of arbitrary, power,.we inferred, that .thex acts embraced Ih that ..adjustmenf.To -- ilv11wucrUiraemrtba laimo; 'Tb :.it/

? and peace, and her.right,to form foreign associations .Under the circumstances, 'it Is fn which operations' to be commenced out ricvKhbors.would urge the remedy of resislance ou/mind this is the ground for us all! to was .filled with people; wand ing aboot{

'I tc to the Congress of the Confederation wonderful that: accomplished reporter stand upon-let us at 7preseht run into no without asylum.. The" Horror of tWicenit.

. f ;but, however that may.be,Tier grievance performed the ieryice'\ he did; but THE ALKCO* R4 : 'fustl6ably; resorted to bythose extreme-become neither rabid Secessionists was increased by Ih'e sight of tLt.uafo'rtnnate

V .is that,' according to the preat; republican rule "mistake occurredjpf 'sbmV importance, .We learn that the trial spftthf$ jroportant bonbredrworthies. But when, .In the next nor ultra Unionists-but contend simply and -who irom time to ftine ''

4 : 4t and maxim, without which.there can be'no which he; corrected 'as.sboh-tisH'mct his case, in which th,jvhole'of our citizens are paragrapb-wjound this'htgh.toned "resis vigorously for our rights, in, the Union, and persons wfreecm-

, t; republican government, she"is bound lo sub- 'eye. Toward"the: endof.the speech/llam Interested Wd .their.'"property directly or.remotely tance" p&ndciwn toibomthon, righl under the Constitution as it is, Taking all pelted to rush from the midget the flames,
i'd1 mit to the will of the majority constitution represented a s"having.'BUd: 'Gentemen! I ; necessary steps in the meantime, to so build and preeipitatingthemnselvei into th street

t.. ally and lawfully expressed. If she repudiates regret exceedingly that slavery> exists in the involved'will t .> be-_-tried_ I-before, .-*.?the next- of question; ex.aniination, .or remonstrance, up Southern commerce and manufactures were" at>lasT, 'a'fter'raid .efforts 'to escaper

that maxim, as in practice she'prohioses Southern States,'and'rthat Congress has rip term ofibe U. S Court at. St.'Augustine, il we were remindedw bf childish 'dreams in to make"the South-in or':oat of the Union crushed by the falling buildings, in f alt view

. to do, what sort of government.will itbei power'over it.11. This Bojentirely in pp' a special court be not convened for the purpose which we have fiownrto dizzy beighUand independent, 'not only of the Northern .

. t It must be a minority government;and what position""to. the 'whole, .drift of jny remarks before the, re'gular teVm. The delay been as'suddenly md;easily precipitated to States-but of any foreign power.' n : of hundreds spe tatorsnnable to render assistaneeV

h is a.monarchy or an aristocracy a.government that it might;Tiave been hoped that all wou Id ; This approaches the]position" tnV Constitutional Two persons vere in this,man*-
? by a minority have regardeditasa"misprint'ror an error. hitherto has.been occasioned,, by the, non the mundane sphere, and awaked only to realixe Union party: of: Georgia, and! despite heYburnt: alive in the streets; and six others

.- There is ho provision in the Constitution It appears, howeverthat this was not universally completion! of the translation ;5panis"h the sensation that 'nothing wan't hurt. the "gongs' that the'gongstrikers"are perished Ih\he iron stores of MessrsVTaaffe"IcMcChilt. '

: by which South Carolina can repudiate the case ; and therefore the7 reportervery' documents; affecting the case,*to performwhich'an.agent We:claimed that the aequiescantsin'ihe compromise are. ,sounding S
abandon the Union. The doctrine of fallinglnto" it. 'Acqui.' : .
Li Republicanism promptiycaused the following coirec- a&sentby pur'.tovern. had,so fat as question, exatninatiohr
is, that the majority can do wroo tion to be inserted jn the Herald,-the paper escenii6utnotanapprovaZ.of all the acts The number of persons ;.known to have

: in the same sense in whichr it isaidjn in which the report first appeared:."Gebtle- ment to Madrid.r We learn that those translations and pre-opposition was .concernedrresistec embraced fr the adjustment?'*. Will the.Nes been k Media eijfit; twenty others Weh.

, England that the king'can'do no wrong, and inert, F regret exceedingly that sl very.exists are nearly completed and will soon it ; and that such resistance' being solely,the still continue calUhis heretical doctrine more or less .sererely.wounded. Afttr'thev-
1 f or.the same reason ; because there can beno in the Southern"States; but Congress has'no be'in.the hands pf counsel.* 'They bare;an jyork.qf the toi-duqnt Soiathern Rights par to a ;
and break-with Us cousin of the firr twoinen Werekilled, by thefal'iDg'rttmiiTbe
r I1 legal remedy.The ultimate sovereignty to"act :it. ; Itmaybe'Jipweyer,
power upon false that there
. important bearing oh the case vfaTor-"ol ty"-xvas; a pretension,: was '
Ii resides in the majority. Republicanism"also that.in dispensation of! Providence some on so vital a point for, will it"like {ihe'G r. Custom Honse,- all- -the- newspapers', ,
. i; supposes that the majority .frill exercise remedy for this evil.may occur, or'may'Jbe the title ofrihe.Untted-States; Thecounselforr no. resistance to laws once'enacted short of gian, and tike GdVrCollier'of followAbe fices in San Francisco with the exception+

; ; its power discreetly, and for the public good; hoped for hereafter.". the'United,Statesl. .Hon.*D! L. Yulee, that revolution, or in the new parlance ; wilPof still better of that of- the Alia. ..California, toeatre*
peoplejof' ,
; s.niftbe, minority shouQfjb 'of opinion that ;!lt mustv-be"obvious to,:every> intelligenl in"connection"with the'ibistrictAttprhey'ol secession-and we should add nullification. ithe
is exercised their is adopt the code of the. Constiintibnal l .Uolou and all-the principal hotels were, tonsuintd.
; : if
not that
so remedy only Congress
power Ihis: Distfi. .For 'tile chimanls'Messre. Resistance to lawsfpassed .is an illegafity! in
t f at the ballot box or by revolution ; but revolution over slavery' as it exists in the Southern and whatever form iteJ. 'Tbere-iiibt be party,:iri company with such: respectable adjuncts The offic of the Steamship Compaiy/aad
; can only be justified by.insufferable States, any attempt to exercise such power Maher and Hoffman -Baltimore, Hon.L. pres as the Sayannih puW'Vaal and'the the ship Afliif and.O nl arrito 'were lsb

. .4 injuries.. Such injuries have.not- yet 'been would break up the Union, just as surely as AixTh6mpson'oflhis State., '1'flougbIitwhich protest, drssento'i'revoc thry- legislation abeinlf! burned. ,
;lL inflicted, nor, by the Constitution and laws would a7i attempt to introduce slavery into is probable'that.thejudicial fitation'to there might be opposition the-principle o Florida RepuUiciin' 1-'( )
.$ of "United"States, as construed by the Massachusetts.-These are subjects of mere Thejist of snfiefers byjn jfreaaratfire to.San
law either --
the latter gentlemen.has of late attained Inthe.State a through thelpress-
.t. $ judiciary, can they be inflicted by the .United State right and State v authority, intended rany am.:AUXOLI; AWDDr. GEORGIAN. Francisco fillsaix columns' the'iJlta'CaHforrrti&j *-
: The is what the be ,with the Suites may induce relinquiehment source ; but none of theserights partake othejCharac'ter .- R DAioua Demo
, j States complaint lawyers originally to vleft entirely ; djstinguished and even :this is, ,not cbmple '
' tf call .juia vf tour.. South Carolina pretends and they.must-, so be left still, if we wish to the charge.- of:resisancei{ but gather that crat of Savannah-'has 'written [a 'powerful Very few business bouses eithetlitsSaa'
L that she fears that Congress will do what the UniOn ,. of reform.. -Hence that far'as
preserve This important snil'rests Upon a claim lak ; ;we argued so letter to the Georgian n which he '
l14; h baa not, the.power to do, and .she'cJaima You are at libeity to make any.nse of this their exercise'is hlave been newspaper Francisco or 'Stocktbny eseapfd destnetioo.. .
to'Jjarefecurity..for; the future.-be Is not letter which -3'ou-may think necessary to re byI-Thckleyandcertanof; Lis.ass'gn, tq; a oncernedbey. corrects assertions of that paper that Uie Denfpcrata ,, ..Price of; merchandise.which; Te'rjr

; 1 content wait until Congress'shall threaten move false impressions/ large tract "country in EastTJorida grant more or less practiced by :all :parties- in' the of.Savannah were bitterly hostile.to low: befbre.the :fire, snddenjyw i 4ujiofarn/'

;. i : to do her some great and insufferable'! injury, 1 am, my dear sir, ed by thKing"bf Spain, ariticipatiqn'; !of Southland that; though'the: ultraist*, and the Clay Compromise- that "one of' the pled and rents rose in the <

3 r but; upon-a suggestion only':tbat as the With the truest regard, the cession to the United States,to the Dote thecovert) secessionintsi who are ready.; to most prbminent l&able of the Union Demoocrats' sainepropOrtion*
in the United 'ltie.Borgojmti4': Ctf after the
balance '
: Your obedient t
political power servant, V -ft' -1- '
i i States is changed, or is about to be changed, gK-- -1)AN1ELWEBSTEIL of'Alegon.: Other largigrnts were deioDe wound and yetatradstrke" the Union, '(Drj 4.'vocaied he ;Nahii1e! fire, found$1,500,000; safe in tbefr Iron chest.-
.lion. JoinfM. Born 'Richmond, Va. and De Castro are-all: equally: acquieicing-are all suh-
: the new majority may disregard the CoiistitnP.H Vargps -together coveringr Convention resolutions of the 'meeting "in The employes io the1nstbuthbaSfav ir
: tion and )laws and trample the the whole the milling.-their vaporinge impart discredit ,
upon, rights POSTAGE ON NEwSPAPEaS.LOu rattenio nearly territory, State Savannah;.called to elect delegates to that all the funds that it contained,amountin* toa -

of the minority, Alarmed at the possibility has-been called to a clause in the new Post The object, was extinguish all 'tut the and a'n ill-grace totheretensatis., lathe body. Dr.:Arnold declares that he opposed 'million of dollars by throwing them into>
of such a proceedings, she now : ,
course : *
rashes madly from the Union and, plunges ageBilliWordedas follow; : naked sovereignty the ,United.. Suile 'ii case in point,we; endeavored to show, the the resolutions- is. and sustained'the(Clay Com.promiseand awell. "
!f .. "Sab ribers to ali periodicals shall be required the cession. But at the instance inapplicability- the illustration dr -
of vnfrom
into the abyss of political anarchy, without in'-ad ;our ; that the"Georgian;at that'time A, fire also occurreat/at toektonvoa' ae
: pay. one Quarter postage '
a reasonable hope of thereby obtaining relief Government these grants were annulled by English'and colonial' h'istoryind sustained it tbo arid that his r
1 vance; in such, cases the jtostage.shaU be one hame was night of 'thelSthTMay.-'which'coasiiied iie*
it from i the. evils which she anticipates! In the King; The'puke of Alegonbad bowi about as; equally foreign is the, reference
lialf foregoing rates.19. ; placed oh the business committee of the roe'eting business jartTof' the Thi fire takiar
a ,x>f fear she throws .away her city* ?
1 only"paroxysm shield against the;-fanaticism of the -The "foregoing rates" are five-ten, fifteen ever,, iransfeed Lierfigbt to. Ilackley, thin made in tb&Iast1ewifroni 'rancennder without his;consent or Icho wledzeJTbe tii,..:>' i*>.r'; xt place into conaidera : H

.1 k North i which is the most powerful foe with or twenty cents'per quarter-for' kly pa.- American Minister at Mdri&and1bAtm, Jacobinjule. 4 :: -. : : r; tiM' iuite aidia; ..1I14 I
pers, within 50 miles. 3OOinjI s, 1,000 miles, 1n.ihetrong reply ofbiir neighbor'strong( '
nnJor the
: whom she is contending. nto Hackley'assume'tjiat! : 'meeting' at Macon'7a'August last
4 For this she has no c rufibt nnder.U The question for solution, /important.. alike me'nt of the King ,was jnTalidras; jt >was inijbe.reverse ratio of'the "pun| ," strongest opened my eyes to the true intention of that 000. ,.
the Constitution, nor under the Virginia..re ( when weakest"theire arVone or two positions portion Democratic party'of.. Georgia
to publishers and'subFcribers, is this : Are without the.zancti nof, ihe Coitizunderthe Both these firis.are.supposejtdr be t&v
'I solutions of 1798, drawn up by ,Mr: Madison -. and; in which i call for We have never who were.opposed to the Compromise. The :
R periodicalI'l are they constitutional response.
the father and advocate of the Constltution. -. newpapers government ofSpaiaThe single word .DISUNION which went up from work of.inceodiaries. Snsple'on'rests Upb 4 eluded in this provision 1 ,Such is the combatted the .
, ." The question which drew'forth those .: and there is noting aparentimportofjheiaw fj _De- Yargos. and- De--> -Castrotractvcov- "laboriously right.of ijresistjfhce the midst.'bf- the large assemblage gathered a number of Austrian convicts who infestii*

resolutionsxyasVwhelbera/portion -pflhe.people ,to'militate against this construction, in ering .themore northern; 'portions' of the ," On the contrary we bave/endorsed there,' served to convince meand the thou- the 'cities, asthey are known to have nm itared
of the United Slates, less tban'a majority tKe only Tcinq ofTesisfahce vbich'is :fadmisVible 6ari3sof: .Democrats who now the
Srate are the the occupy
the other -sections. Tb&reasonjor; a discount ;in; same position as Alegon, a plan! 16 bum'and plunder SaI1'rsJII.cisco .
'decide and..declare"for lfan : fame position,with' that tiever couldaffiliate'
could me wer
} that of short
I half revblutipn- 'we
of one in prepaying subscriber and .would probably be litfgated in thi even repeat "
of. Congress to unconstitutional, and -with those political leaders whose some two months ago,
actw ,
mayhave been, to "of thevonly kind, ol resistance which u JSL
i secure certainty ; ; is
k therefore refuse'4o obey it'and lo that extent payment of Jar decision mnIvorf tb 'claimants.;nfl. path led tbJsuchJavre8aItfc approved

;:J. e the resolutions, go, and no-further. They and, consequent vision cannot iireas&of.revenueThe referto.niagazinei dectnat grant -The difficulties that>mfgfi .rep'ectabte,'thouglfnoti to, be* resortea4 To the,Compromise- supported it, and inNo., grrinceedings

nd6not eay that by nch refusal the Union in distinctions pro from vjpapers for evs ensue with holders of; land under Jills. from *without, 'V better'-pretezi*-'than,.J i .that, .,J>set up*by yember Jastj'the people of Georgia, by.a majority of .jhe meeUrig recentlT leldimi

U dissolved, or that the>recusant therefore portiop withdraw of papers, painphlesta, periodicals- and. magaZines the U. J$i m.ihe/lattercase; may be easily the! -.-.doctrinaires 'of :the 'Southern ..BightsSchool.1. t of unprecedented in thet political:annals Tammany Hall by Freersoil Democracy ,

the United Stales and.abandon'the may Constitu ,"-are spoken of jri connection, in a prece'edingparagraph' stirrni d. : .' -- 7 >,- ,. the State,;'most"4riunjphantly sustained infavor of Land:Reforrrt, at.which the Hcm
from the Union, gfeat"peacVpfienngrnHe
lip : '
/ : -
11- tion-which Its friends, and ,Mr; Madison 1at .If' ; is not, ai .f'peribdjcal.amagazine' .. 1 We: have heard--it said that- Hackley pro The"Nines"aisettstbat no charige in the pol says'tbe Dempcratsf who support Hqvv- ;

! i the hea3 of them, labored*o hard and struggled newspaper is"not.. 'Our '
one;for-'a sd long moment-to obtajnAtThat entertained' the 'thought time, now defines a periodical toIIi'anagazitie,, ootherpublication Florida. lants! into market, and thatbe. :'.held< partfwaseffected- w- *" -I byprotest&an4* *. v dissents* < fully as consistent,-even :in; party respects, ceived from- invited guests., has. the. folio? ,.,.*f4.*

.. that"every!State'as soon as she found herself that is.published atitateior. court H> his pffice in Tammaby.flail, a (tort.of"agrarian" simpIy.'ITTbis; begging'' the question j forpj3licy'of't&e as "those'Dempcrats. who :.support Chas J. rug S ; :,-. ;,
i _. regular, period .?; .h ,nota. newspaper :
in' 1a.minoritYatJhe bailoMipx; had a Barnum, making"rapid 6ales'at'two -we never asserted that these remedies cbaie ttjlon/jfsinie8 P, Westcott, late U.SJ Sen*
; McDona1d who since
nJQnlhly thus 1 long the
dailyfweekly or published'Must repudiated
atorfrom Florida inbthia
withdraw from! .the Union The the now"ojoarning
to domiriant
right government
cents an aere.'V or -
:its subscribers,, then',-'after.- July Jst, - natiouaf bemocratic jparty, and who clams
remedy for the passing an uncpnslitnlional stS city; sent a letter to the committee-decTi JBj
f ,ft act :of Congress is, by those resolutions,' pay,quarterly in' advance, one half,ihe rates .' YANKEE: :' SKIPPER lotf THE' %VRONGTAcAjcho9nerJroth party.while. '""m"power.l';"BuTthey*'S* 1 'h'ave* to b'e .nomtnated ,by Whigs and'Democrats. to make speech,and intimatiR* liar Southerri'genilemen -.<,
understood be the
; generally ; chargrd by 'winged iM governiptnt and with it the dominant -
refuse to'execute concIuiieSMThebalot cannot-with ;
supposed to be the right to : Dr. A a'pmperdege.
New T
Jaw.l named
t Such .
to yprk
new jthe.fact.JV ;
the -right ol nullification only, not the dissolution appears party, and thusi havaeectcd'a."change" r: proper' Felfrespectmingle- wTsach't"
; kr .Y. Journal Commerce.June box wilf th'e
of.? :S. the J'\/ionvbound Jacksonville with settle., 'dispute"in
4 I1i of theUniop, and even this,right.of ; 4- merchandise in the 4lpjolicy'rof/botbJ.) 'TThisrls one ;pf the October.Bexti. ,Atthat tirhe I crowd as that of Tammany Halt 'He was
nullification does not arise according to the a' shortttme sii1n ? ofiofiiiining iresuitS bope to be in:favor'of, land reform, but as gathered'
,- A SLAve CASE in CLEVELAND.The *" of dissent
.. ,7 I **- -4 '" i *- ; ; protest, ,;;and argunient, ; the thousands -Georgia Democrats
terms of the resolution! ,-but in the case; of Cleveland Herald of' May 31st has the folio into the SU John's ric'er,.vreacbed the which we need not Appeal to thei records'! toprovjuandVnbnjwhich whose votes"will aid placing HoyreUCbbb from !bia tetterwodnsideritacoipro. *.

t a' deliberate, palpable,-- and' --dangerous wing account'of a slave's refusal to !eave offing of lihe, bar,.'passed...s tbwd, arid in the'ExecuUvechair of ;the Slate of Georgia. miss "of dignity belong.to the tend reformjwrty -.
Breach of,the Constitution tb exercIse ; : point owe'publish-; because forsooth certain antJ-stavtry
ft by mistress'iL' :\ found"herself safe in the harbor of Sti Augustine ."," -- --
p ii $of powers not-granteJ to"it" "Jt'mn'sV be a Yesterday'MssMinor,a l.idy-f rom tbnisi-- trig nemghbol -i( V\Ahlru* as felingly n as i* mm. men had ;also' decliiftjt,themselves'in OJK

? 4. cae not ot a !light and transient nature, out ana- wno in." company*wan** *: ncr npcie* t.-was ; ana ber- 'capting'! reporting ii'msejatthej / Ihougit we do the Tgradeioj sectdue "The RepuMictin* iJenies position a'monopoly the public -lands.Mr ..
ppon y
of Jialur Custbiri-house; 'pf."thaV we perceive; that :;,Wescotrs I letter was mostly devoted] to
"dangerous tojhe great
; i a purposes stopping at the New England, was cited to placejbeforhedisc'jrered fb the of Bunder.the Constitution State
/jaripus standards resist.ancilL a has the
established.1" right tbedii issi ipf
for which"the Constitution the'Iaveryquetion;:
l L appear before J9dgeAtkinito show cause his;,mistake xVHerepbrtedb.rmself : .* to'fiecedei at willj ;threbyn'ptying- ;
f fit must be a case/moreover, not obscure,or why she restrained" liberty oriliiry Bryant *
$ when. the S
'informed him coursthatth&FedeyaI: S1ivAlthoiibtherebisbeemuather
> collector ; Goyernment has therihttocoerce' Power* Greek <-
.; I .doubtful its construction, but plain and a slave woman .who was. with her. th'at be 'A Eor. thenpte& iatn 'oindmakinj 'State
bad left his .into-
'palpable.I.1astly, it most be'a case not re- Miss did but said destination-.b hid him; obedience We a.meagr
I- ;Minor; not appear, Mary a more manly resistance, and taking 'stick a pin there'f future reference
1 suiting form a far/io/consldeiatipnpr hasty was at liberty to go where she pfeaseu. andjbe'pnly urse oftbeSkipper; ; to groundat;; 'once, in--'.favor" of; Secession, ;as is going,f utther inFederalisra and corisolidji* This showing''of. *An! zic3n. productions "at the

.' 'determination, rbut a. case stamped with,,a" The Judge 'declared "ilary free; but she5in- /back.'water.M. Wl suppose.when the.Fox- !Jbey are* doing' in\Soat.h.jCaronna-; ; say, tion than even Mr..Webstert the Higlf Priest, yorlJraFaiXand'.aUhqugS vrefjavebeen
ii L final considecatton aod deliberate adherence. sisted bn.goinz back toiler mistress, whom on getsHo hum the we can hold"no, con verse Twith-yptt-uP0.n' of
east ofFiorida Jn
These are'fUteditfthe resolutions,tthem- coast ) Tederalistrii; goes,who'repudiates the idea markedly.deficient specimens oi our j>ro
she bad attended (your infancy; The colprecpebplejwhQ will be reported"all: i.fog"bank?*. this subject ; a Rkillfurge eralneer% fnvites of-using forte to,preserve the;-.Uniort. : In the of art
:selv-eaof r798not as juslifiahle grounds had been active Avere exceeding '_ his aptagonjst to a seat in his council of;war, We'- have grees ihlgher departments : ,
of a dissolution of the Union] but as grounds this result. '-- r some cufioslt0Q ;know what the tribute rto' the '
ly of
chagrined/at Jenny Orid has';concluded her concerts an4uittu9u: proposesome5m; asur ofre; remedy1 the 'RepykfttcinfouI4 in following work: 'an
---- of resistance of unconstitutional, act; \Ve were' nptj present, but; are.informd sietalice your'seUjpu)aye"no right tofindIaultIwiitm propose 4ie..ric.ka sculptor,.' 'shows that V we' shall
ttitbBarnum tbeVaggfcssibns bf :
.agreeably to a ,theiNprtb should
'a :resistance; not.incompatible with. 4be >xtstence that'the Judge wasted much breath in stipujation-in! chose
expatiating anycourIe we."may' to
become insuppor'.able"even to the come but iie"comparlsbd
iu l i&tegrity O.1Jhe CdnstitutlonJJ'Jo their contract for,15flTnights ttiaf wtzli&yeryyess
tothe servant on the blessings thai >she'migbt adopt; and any sngfestion.from such a source YouId he adrocate revruUori **
4P'' such CMehowever, lias yet.occurred,and i t4s freedom which she did not seem to desire, and close the engageraehltat tb* one liundredth, can,only, be looked upon as impertinehce. t r. -- pectable certificate: .. :

z;- by no means certain that it ever will occur; *in persuading her to profit by his decision.1sAt which She ba Ione;' .She is ,to give a few This .is; the language pf'th V'ewsapcjalthugh Our denial does not jmplf.that tfie }ele. 5_ -Power>v Greek--Slave has attracted Jaacb,
If the : the North should ver.obtain
I fanaticspf { evenintheew.; : England Omnibus : ? f mal/G9vTntnept ought 4acMrceVSWa"'int attention The, EzaCTiner, Tiigh authority
the majority in Congress, and shboJdpxs9.a ouveye4JssIinor'a, ? family rid--Mary more i oncerts'at.the:Nt't qtada, arttt hay not time>Co Aweil. pon. t, obeajencei; although ;the rig1't'io'do.lo mite nporf the subject; after: alluding to 'many.ot.the
It : law abolishing slavery in theJJnfteJ Bryautnegroes f all; rnibt have: nflil9oii r f lt it.merito'greatsiresf frbfn| thejnntr secessior / principal works in thiidepaitmentotartayi"Wmnstztht
Th States, there"can be no doubt that.it wbiild ,- some of whom had been Jieard to, 1sh&th. anf' obvvv| If ,theaggrMsipns; of the. North leave thipTdiTwonj

I }>t vetoed b/ the President; who is bound by say that the slave'should not I leave-the city, ste Fhces aicz1oneerng? aT jtck tsc fler The! ase&rtonthate rnadit VflingaVL-r ehouIf'become insupportable' to.the/Untono (the forjignryrfthont rLword ot-the/n*

I; the Constitob'pii (art!2,sec 3)and his oath to gathered.about.the, gangway, and; asshe at tcWideiwaeaitende4by,6ooo'pens cohcerlat'Newi Vor Castfe <, lets,,ve. would.adeoczie revozw n. "Here are and best vort contained :within il to which
take-care that the laws be fafihfuly executed; tempted on board, one of them caught a jGar boyjeamere pretext4or1ndulgrngmnan:
pit pass two n >e>placea to sticfca pin wish we/did not sOoner allude, because i$wputa
t -p and 4nere is prolabifity thateuchan-un- her byltbe dress. Mr. Clark Wafren, Deputy anbappy ininiinkt rictice of the eaadous > j" >we 'tiorf ia sd.well knownr" we mean Jthesex*
I( t coDstitutional law can be sapported by two- Marshal,, ordered "bira tb. desist, and, we, buW JsUek> pia L in some such cindid
Su ciehl. & : qqistte 'statute of thSIare,, by Hiram Ptnr*
thirds of Both Hbose Congressj, or by.tbe "/earingitfie: cane ie A'd' o, ?nd.she rOt capital has. befleiI by comparison- .,- -i 'with- &fr&t, admfssibapl? the Wevt,, WeWedie cou4 stik: a ers, whom the.United'States hav the gtorj

Supreme Court of the United States.. South on board.,:position ; tweensucri; loose logic o!. Vha( because. and ther.-pridof: falling their'isooA> f It a

q Carolina,, therefpre- has, no Reasonable wardandsaidouiarean'ocerorthlaw ih flahfa* and Portland 1e ) RILJd_. the f M jtoJwarUi fls.readerson- su'bik .lMry- ebster repudXteiCthe alsOeaIdhatPrinceAtbertJiaaexpr.ese4hiS'igrettbat

ground lo apprehend the evils' and jnjqrieiwbtseernstofeariachlessto of the land, but there is a:1aw of God.' an,ainpprfaiit otb still speediertrai&tof lea f;**/*MiA,* V, >"**\ forc( Mea ofThis ;uo;price>for this' *tawit*

oiake "Yu, replied aark, ndjf ypo don't leave roalg wjtb it'; i rn.vr4gafl ug al starueV .will) be'named by ifeiteespce'iiiAo1gIbes:

I :. her f ears a. 'grpund complaint 'against'the thls'; rJot,: vda'H Jf ee'Cttfe grace>f God.pyer __add_'_.passegerirnzu___- "S:rope. as 'oLaiIg mitetherigbtoja.. stale to ecede : **,
-- United States( whereas the Constitution ihd your head |rbro ray cane3! : .Ttteadvocate ol ?It H xDiuajetyI- - '-offemmle' I uary Msstaskiaeat

.z laws of the-United States ;arft the'only1 ba> highertew?'moved Jiis boots speedHy. Mr (( ) iI krnu".r : may.see perhaps wita *ome ,

: 1 -- net; "a5ainstHbe.hbrde; of'fanatics;:wfio are Minor tenderjed-Mr,Warreniui eagle for The apparel rewntlfjrtrodttced| t theKbrthVhas McesiwA,. flow,;-i aniiwer i9dae itir< own L.- :- -__: 4r- s: the scutpt rsittheWnitsIStatesbetsg:
a overrun the r rendered hicaabb bee d nJ inM ol-tBe.lBei, in -'rfiw tfa M.' -'- i.Xis.-iff if tiJit
; fo 'country had"pnlv.done iheyarta notineumbent Tb MetbodrChtircLi sUtL1 off the, palm.for beantya d.tte ar > I4tnfadness,1erefotei U to surf e der yi1I lo- *Tli* >rPh"* *tA* "ir'i 5* -JJii-.u'rr! ,
. ; I. 1 the meareottanca contiaent conspicuous for rugged v ptreagtlu11
? that barrier,. in the hope-of forming anew 'protected., fronv Annoyance "ar 4 insuiy -, & --' '. OflUStOji1Q1QSC a ddt w YkiCourtfieviot .53 ,---I_ -) ., .- .
: :- wrong j'enongato* pot- -0ovrn ivas very, ropVrly ilecHned.. 'Tbe Enpirf ?-. the ecisJo bav&n tIvisedte arerePT5tmnthNorthern S.leert
Svernmcnt of
: :control the Slaves, 'compete '"Slatr'i| >iyteeded pirherwa3rJ'W'ith; th i iiif vnopdering f Mft t ana'nthetn adopted by tpeo4bi jOt9

: .DriUi e'pOfenunent irbich.) ill remain ias pmaa:? wbq'f had,,.the gondliensft'lo"jp refeijbe thcsreetstandthVgirbbecpm1not; ; lS W *n tt hpH Churches toagre itabe4istiuti 9md.l lXooo Uwkr"itjittdiciaf aad otJwT
, ; the Government of thel-Uuitedi States, and guafdian hip'of thpsa.*b'Q hadlieen ; <>nly for.the f rTTolou vtap.bui ther news J i -4 lln biitw'wntthe upon n f -Jt s -o*"' >*vw ._? -*;*
< wK.Jv \ it ofjroperty' Lhe trthermjracbaY& ogees Ya V leetrT'bjf the e le ,"aa4caaM ,
: jnaitat'fte kmd, to ..Ibe4old.. charities of those f "r.--;
: ways< Toe \a* '* ** *
jubmfaiettiip j *
papers, *? ir engraryj&t.'av iCa1 -* 1 ,5ifT V / J l<*-j -VacUvf
: 4 thut2cfheearLb; : wbosd professions would fijrniih but scanty BOIetyl hi. ; accordiagly roposdo he Cbqrch canvass fes commenced fjM beaars
A'dii zi-of tbeUAiO eart gviout 0oAdtcoItort .: iimgf moral'and w0 belligfrenOreebttP South ac mpromns! oie roper.iyqtes'iio'1 and emblujnents":;* --b.T \

.,_' r onoina.aityIqr s-past3ore. _,, --c 'r __ 44' ; tjj 4-_ :bho
'_ -._ .5'M --- ConstItaon.fsjcere tkO'pie.
) Every tti hich >The Bangor(Me.'Whig wyV tl&it& Iiaadreds i 'V -*- '
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pubbewuuI4 IIlceio know
.. to c-i-: __ -2': 1t
--u. ,Congress can oefl t teltonally,
i 1ccto ofthdpecuIiai:; ID5 UtLODPfth' HallpwelVPutsion n,& /fbrths.g9ld; ; acoqof J' .*tj"w jw' T u>g y T ji ? reatft eay heneve '
&uth baibecit I'done.'and neriiV noTeasMto mines''recently jdieboverej. in Somercet cou&l9 weeks nce1n8mnle.'sleambtatirfjrbe eir rti f l html th&ade1tat. Tht *
1 '*i--d '*>Sf tIge an4
tfe # 'V
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ti- .t ezeseWng atJ&ve.acd; six cents a bIet
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ytwng"gentleman o( excellent qualifier .R&-'ottbe i JabkthiLstel-sa ICE(3tEArTSjic __ _,,1xWu1 jabliAed ti Srrt of April :;
it a ?8OR,wWth ni j fohereU i lag -- '-'- t$, OB ,4- ;
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ton] $,'wi>ose aeiri< '.tan bardly Jijbgb to give] ,:' .Yisiton aftd whw *-excellent lee Creaor** I : i: icWM'd;PUts4OXI naTh*Statutes at.Large a 4 TiraUea..of -,5 LeOsTd5OMt&C.. : 5 -

MATE itso wirJirtiAT:>rBUC'sAijc wiii.iz will ba furnished at any tonr in thee enin j 'ot I' V.Mi5 do.1'turt FanLegh th United States of Amerka. eoni ---S No 6i--rest&iw :yor4:; .
; u5f40. HE1JB IT TDIC,t KOEOMESTIOKEJQ LiS0 Or- day at moderate rkcs. During the winn weather pricing alt the IegfilatIoitof the CongreM,of-the '1ONTINUEz.pubfish the tout. ktjfaig BriW

; lh _Arbor will be found atrool retreat,aod the rn ,:fe"hocsaflneas- United Etatci fr.i 1340 to 1331 inelasive;royal ftv 'IS' lab ,Qttartriy Reviews aadElsekwwdV .

Tu STAThY10L1T sTcR-4k: PERIODS HEREIMArrek DEStGKiTEZJjTO WTK'At Cream 1SeUinoMre&tiinni .Le4tm ,;pntI*. sortutet Also,Sry& etyofMusl1i$ law.f binding.V mbo t IMO pa* :Magaxia Ia addiuoa to'wfcka tay kaw noant-R' -

Wtn&I tbe steamer Magnolia,' r z= A mcniaaAfamilies are inritedU csiIsksosvilkune19 ..'* ,. Ginghams,- ,* >BaugeBOi-i.niWC'' ThU-roJomeTsa- ;ly commenced publication of%valatte JLyA- .
te2fl continuation StatoteaatLargeia
of th
Lustre Unerfand *
1stt ,Silk Catnoriolldk .,Bonnets J c1tur1work-caila4th
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the former on in excursion trip tot the St.John's the Idnencingoti pffic OBltESirittEbmr Glove and Ml *, ;Parasols, Umbrellav I -3 To2 ;vpablidbed'by Authority : "Farmer't tVS a
the 4 Fans.tofj Also, fioo/amntmnit of Groeeirios ; Guide to &Ji aJ Praqit., -
nJFt AnguKfine, .and the former Monday; rct 4ay-'of Sepvt L REWQRL 4 "
teznbr consisting Jfcw.york. CitvOne,! ..Uamv7Bacoa I CempliU.'Syntspticat tt'Gii United : ; -
h regular trips with the mall,encountered for the' lispogaloC public land* 1i-iu jbie fast Baffin**.,,6 B3CPaE$ :' aide. Shoulders,.Fulton -Market : Stein Siotuteiat IVarsr.inclading-those '.f th* By Huicf stzPiENs-FB; .3 or __
o* situated, .within thEUnden non d.tocn.1ot _-t torr, Capt.jjwrwvwinha,. : -- )leefSmoke4Sa1aGnSmokedBeef-" Zl$5CongreiIpreperei under an order1 of.the ; EditoVmrghy -
a most violent storm on the 17th and 18lh nJ fmctico 'tcnvjtht ;patch Tor-the bov9 Fort j far. Passage, ,, l3olegn<>"i2._ __. f-* 4'Iih Senate,and too*pubEshed-egreeably tor resolve author of fbAw*of jOu. Fan,"***+**.;so. '
f Ut d by John P.Norton MA. Kw Hav.avScUatiS
'from Savannah. Tie Magnolia : .iavteg BtperiorJistaUi'Room ftccommo- Herrin of-that hooorablo bodyJloyaliivo..- -. -; ,
on their passag iasiThthfiJ daU uI'spp1rt.- <- -?* f-' -*%-!? < f lnmedri Apples This Index will refer;vadar copious 4Uev to Profesair or AffriooltBrt'ia Tal* GotgVf -
Iaytiencounter al tfort George InleVtalher than FKUXAKDJEZ BISBEE Jt CO Raisios; Iat $e-,- each law, and e-eryoint and denate and House ; aw>, CLO.-* ata -S S 5-.UJSL
""*' Thisl highly ramafcla work
Tonshzpttvof.ange thre. JuneI9.It'tjv.r ; : resolve-public or pnvate,which has been pasted e1U-cnis1.iiw.5,
the heavy rolling sea, and gale :. rnrs.- I rs royal octavo 1488 -*"*
: Township two, cf tan e four Ionsua :JL raon, Bi1enit,;- I adopted nnder the Federal Coo tita tion;M that *. volamescontsining- over
prevaiiedcntside; TheWelaka Tentared In CtxfttltCourt. -Ej ter. .Clrcolt. of C $ wders.Table Salt&e. the reader may swat it glance th*whole law;jo* ISTor 20'spteadil steel wmviast---5'1* a
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Fractionaltownship' fourteen north of Florida.. .?. -- > *54 mote than KOengrariags, on wood,. iatM ,
-- : : 1&im, an usortmt of C.r.- any single objeBt.C : .:: <*t*
along! and nobly withstood the rage :Wbitete bfangenine., 1T.fl. IUAizinE.tsts Cutlery -'Jiitf pnWuArf,JDomoXir.) CfrtZ Jjne t* fts Ughest style of the art.U1atrstisg ahtutrt rvary'_

of the element?,jn one of the severest storms, of ftea 7ffiprincipal. and. st fCJJ1 -of-c Bnesbvs. ,I Natural Order,translated into Engluh by AVm. itnpkmeiat'farmers the beet husUodry now.IB n M by the best S
She M-fc B.ToreeBrother ft ;Co.J I AJJ of wMcbn oner?for.T; aFthe1 Idwesi1 : Str8haBrLLD. Adrocat*in Doctor Coonnousv vwt&ods plotifffctog,pZr.aeeharrit1og
it is saul, evervi'triessed: off this coast.- ; :maiU Alfred Hugoe.T:<3VRyievrI.| - rnarketpriae.MOB.gl8: Ed'ted.from the second London Edition,by Hon_ ; 'to.--&s thennloso' idoftwrt**'; :.

received some injury tojber forward' bulwarks. ?Toynslp I).-Hart,GeorgeMooneT.'Thoto 7" --; : :coroer of Ocean&Bay ts LtTHCsS*.Centura,lat one,of tb. Jodjes in" animakia their b1hestpenfsetloa ia .hor .t.; V
: Fractional the Court of Common, Pleas Pirtorizl feature of.the book 1suque, and ffl'
.. Lecturer ?
Joihshipa'eleven ami JtwelreV; j.Xy.'Jonet, Cho O.Holmes, sek3nth713l ; BOW. oa
., .Ofi1e.coarse'of the two boats.it of Tane.5ILr' : ATsop fc 1ours.an&.T.he. ,& : civil and Partiametttary Law in Harvard iTAiversityi reader it\f iacalculabl*' val" "to U:'*stodeut' of*
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: : agT'icUfora. '+ I
would be difficult to applaud one to the disparagement At the1.and9ffie atcHAMpAGNQLE1 drdbok.1 / In tlieVElostem. Circiilt Court' /Among the writers on.the Roman:,Law wboso J Tho work it being 'pabEsted far Semi.sathIj2umbere

of the other. The Welaka isa commencing oh Monday; thefifleenthlday\ ajflhingtbuTll of Complaint -3sbtCouiy, FIorbta.Sesx .' works,are best known to English and American ofG4 page each, exclusively, ef.tb, .
1 of.the said Complainant,and it'appearing Asiwa-. ) Steel engraviogs, and. U *old at 25.cenU *
September tiext.Io the disposal of,the i Chancery, lawyers,and which'.have exerted th tnost- Influence or
broad-b ilt and well adapted .sea.boit; pub th.rebythat certain or amid Defendants,to -witi :. : S. upon Jurisprudence, is,.Don AT, -wbo for the entire work In numbers, 'ofwbch-IhS4
lie lands.Avithin.;lhe undermentioned iowiK 1.M: fc B.Fore force Brother Co and .AI- BiaforDivorce will beat least .
therefore her commander might have' been ?; ; po3b > ; work, entitled The CmlLavtm tit ffotvrot (A? twenty-two. ,<
ships, to wit fred 'JIngce,. are .now< resident*- and sitizensot tothe atiifaclioa of this -t-Wt- der," says Judge $tory.(Preface to: aflmasin.) lie BritUh Periodkali.rtt-palliabed ar* aa ..-

justified Via "running; the gauntlet" The South of the tae line and: iesfojtheJftJr oath State Carolina, and that T.C4Usle" ** resides" in .L that the Ateo ant DorcuJ Andrews-reside* "considering tfi age and the circtnn tanees ia fnllowsijz; -- S 14 I

Magnolia M built more for speed than rough prin&pat meridian. T the It Is of Sonth CwoIinaC > beyond ejimits of the State of Florida, to irit: which was written,la a truly wonderful.perfortnaace. The -
therefore; ordained --appear in the State of GcSrgia : ; His method is excellent j soil Uis matter Edinbung 1.view (WbigiTb. erI -
travel J"and it may be as well she kept landlocked Townships eleven and- fourteen, of range I and.answer Mid Bittrof Complaint be given t6said .- On vmotionf of Jama :M. Baker- ;Solicitor for clear, exact,and comprehend re."- British Review, (Free vourco.)- jae tsI1I

and indeed as it is known we are 'seventeenV : Defendants o/.a publication of this order*hi CdtupUinUjt, It is ordered that thu'said Defendant '' The object of.the author,ia this learned production rter Review (Liberal) and, Blaekwood**-Es5giur
; Town hips eleven;of eighieen some J Tew apcr printed ia said Circuit for thficpaee appear,plead,answeror demur"to the said ,was to disembArrtus those of the princi ;*- Mgine-Tory.), -
range i-:4": '
rather on the submission order, we don'tknow At the Land ; of four-months PBCC & weck'eonseentlrely Bill wituia three monthi, or the same will be, taken pies and provision*of th*Roman law,-which are -
Office at HELENA, cammeftcing from the data hereof.And It 3s further ordained,,* as confessed, ,, of general interest and application,front tie teennicalities -,' Although these works are UDguiiied ty tt -- j
: ,
but what we like Capt. McNeltr'scourse on Monday, the eighteenth day of August that unless laid Defendants Appear t and answer And it b fnrtoer.;Ordered- j that 'copy. this of the system,and,by presenting them political-sbadeabove indicated, yet bat.asaMJl*" .
bad -next for. the of : this Bill of Complaint -within ,one month from in a nturslsnd soienUOo method, to render them portion of theif contents is devoted to fo6tiat :
best Capt. Blankenship a very disposal public lands order.iuly cert ified published in some public ; ubjeet*., -It 1* their-Kfrrary ebarftctwMch
wiihM'*. folldwing expiration of the time of.the publication- this of the Eastern Circuit of Florida* for more intelligible,and theyr attainment more 'use- ya
named Newspaper them
and give* their .chief vatae ,
townships antS inthat
of learn
brave set although we they
passengers, of order, a Decree pro confesao *ill be taken against the space"of'three months. '- -/ ful and".agreeable; and, -though"th-,work was stand far above alL otbei1 -
parts townshipsvizNorthf : confessedly : journals
them. in tended for and to the French
some felt a little uneasy at the dance over Marck, 15Z, partkBlarly adapted class. JKwliroorf still under the
the Vase .line attd east 'of tie ffik ] ,THO.'DOUGLAS,Judge-ke. -. -- ia&ixuct.&s, juriiprndene of the age; it is not less applicable1 guidance of Christopher North'maintaiB Btastorr/J its -

: the bar; but the Magnolia's passengers are principal meridian. I,Isidore V: Girnie, Clerk of BaU Conrtido *? S'Judge Ac.y to.ICiSTirrlhe to veryrsystem of-law, of which the Roman code eient eelebritynd n, at this time navaaaRr aV-* .

remarkably well pleased; they think there Sections thirteen, twentyfthree, twinty-.- hereby certify thatthe above Is.-&rne copy fr.. : >ove.toi,* true Copy of the is body either sit.spart written,or in reason-which it Besides is-recognized the as .a tractive, from th* serial work Balwer aM elba

was no necessity for rushing, as they were four and twenty- ve, eastofthe: 'St. Fran- the the seventeenth Records of said day Court or!oie*,f A.an D.order 1851.,mad, on 1case.- .Original-. Witness-order in.my--the'hand above And stated the which the work thus possesses to the generalclaims attention and er literary first appearing notables,ia written iti eohnnn tor that both Msgiuin ia Grwtx, .j.

neither "on nor "In of the Cuba tis river, in township three, range four. of the American lawyer, DomaV has svpecu- Britain sad-thoUnited States- *
hereunto of -
pursuit" 'In witness w'bereof 1 set tny nanj ..- Seal said Court, this 27th day .of liar interest 10 -those of the. States, whose legal Such worka. 5
Expedition, not liable to be
South of ike base line and uvst of the JjfUt I IsrooEE V.-Gum,. Clerk; France or Spain', and,art thus founded ia tho Roman Calwer Hand ) 31y Peoinnlar Medal," MTh O.sa'. *
,?and other serials of which .
JuneIT,1S31.494in ,
"- numerous
The retired veteran editor of the Washington principal meridian : law.-. %. editions the ?
In- the Eastern Circuit Court are iasnedby leading publisaers'iathis
The reasons have Induced a belief on .the I!part
Union, Thomas Ritchie, has been, presented Township four -and part of an Island in I ? -..Daval Connty,Yboalds. of the publishers that a modern edJition of ;this country, have to be reprinted by those p V.''. **

with a handsome silver pitcher by the sections thirty-two and thirty-three, in town II.TICi'TIHi.imiL JOBS TCJLSEE, -) :In Chanoery. celebrated work would be acceptable to the profession -. lufaers let* ittutd from the by--Mge Mean.* 'of Scott Biaekwood& Co4,'sa-./ter that it fuV kt& i S

ship thirteen, of range one. '. ; and have led them.to engage in repabli- scribers to the of that _
> Reprint al -
Magazine -
in his employ in the Union office- ys may *
cation of the translation of it
persons At the Land Office at LITTLE .ROCK, MART TcustK. ) Bill for Dir ree.. Strahan. "byDr; ways rely on having the tarliett reading of thissj "
The pitcher has sculptured on one side the commencing on Monday, The first-day of F appearing to Une>-satisfaction'of. the-Court : Ciacinating tales. -5 -

arms of Virginia, and on the other a print September next, for the disposal .of-the-pub* -ON and'after the 10th day of Juno,'the -day that Mary-.Turner the-defendant in the above FROM Hot,JUDGE EUSTlS, C1flEPTflS Mriaanai- 5 -4I

ing Mr. Ritchie has been for over lie lands in the following named tracts on of departure of the Steam Packet entitled cause, resides out of the State of Florida TICE OF,THE STATE OF LOUISIANA I For any one of the four Reviews, CdI
press. and Jurisdiction Of this Court, There -
I For any twodo: ,,1 OtP-
and -
near Cypress lake, viz: j fore motion of'Oscar Hart, Esq.,Solicitor for S I3&OoILLi, Ocir.1l,1& -5
forty years connected with the press, most of on I For any three ,. ?- do -- W
*' Worth of the base line and vest of the fifthprin&pal said Complainant, It it Ordered,That said defendant the, GErrLz35ui-I have examined the sheetof, For all four of the Reviews,
the time as the champion of Democracyiin appear.and-answer to the-bill of complaint traaslation'of. admirable work%of Domat For Blackwood's '
meridian. Magazine, 00 wi'TEEMS -
Virginia. He always maintained an amicable The South haif of -. CA 'T..P. McNELTY,. of said ,complainant within four months, or on the Civil to Law;?-which You ;you ilL have have' been kind 1 For Blackwood and tore Reviews, 9 -
section eight, the south the same will be taken as-confessed;against-Tier, enough send me. ; rendered.- For Blaekwood and the four Reviews 10 .,
relation with the printers' fraternity, half of ten, fractional sections fourteen and FrornSarsnnab Pala'tka,will TUESDAY, A ufitrtber'OrdertdThnt a copy of this" order, great service to the science of law by the publication. For Farmer'* Guide [complete la 23 ftoa-j ", 09*** 5I
arriving SATURDAY,connecting with the eertUicd the Clerk of this Court' be'pub- The form of;the English edition -of-the
firteen the north duly by
half of
and merited, this mark of kindness from seventeen, the east Steam..Ships : fished in some newspaper printed within the- Eastern translationwas too large and inconvenient and I Payments to be- made in aQ ease*In ad van- *

them. The close of his editorial career has half of twenty-one, twenty-two* the north g> FLOniD A :AJf D ALAuAL.gO. Circuit of,Florida once a week consecutively its scarcity and high price prevented -its general r CLUBBING. ,- "rj? -
half and southwest quarter of t\ventyrthree, ** =*"" use in 'this country- Tbe.present publication, I
won for him the esteem of a wider circle of the northwcct ol and For:New York. She will- continue to leave on forthcsaidspaceoffurmouths.4-. -ke from its form,its style of executionand moderate A dZacountoftuvntyfireperabove etnfnm iu
quarter twenty-six; ,Judge, ; price win be allowed to data ordering*A
Tuesdays thronghoutj.b&yeir,- price, I think cannot fail In remunsraUngyoa.-
political friend west lialfof the northeast quarter of twen :1, Isidore:V Circle;C3etX ofTsaid Courtdo The translation by Mr. Strahan has been tested four or more copies of any OB or more of tltsr v

ty-seven, in township three, of range, fourteen Caftyngthe United States 1?! hereby certif/that the above is ft true copy from it is in the main correct;but will be improved tin-; I above works. Thus:-4 copies of Blackwood or '
TEXAS. : For Freight Engagements of Passage, baring the Record of said Court of an'order made on the der the revision of the editor Judge Cashing.- one of the Review will be tent td me adttrttt for :
ASSOCIATE JUSTICE or THE SUPREME Lands appropriated by,law for the use of mperior' accommodations State Rooms, &e apply twelfth day of May, A.D.1331.In' In searching for a solution of the apparently 99 ; copies of the fcrarRevkws.' and ElackwooJ" -- J
board or to FEENANDEZ, EISBEB Co., whereof hereunto set for3laadjeon. f
on witness J new questions arising out of the various relations
myL. "
COCKT or THE schools, military and other"purposes, together Jacksonville E. F w-Orders from Gvbt most b* sent flirrrf f>. -
Agents, s. band and affix the teal of said Court. which our advance in civilization i*creating, and
WEBB is a candidate for the office of Associate with nhose swamp an4 overflowed lands M. A. COHEN,Agent. -1 ISJDOEE V.Gantr.-Clark, fcc.- in judging of those reforms of the law which are I the puM hers, ftx'ne discount from tbes* price

Justice of the Supreme Court of this made unfit thereby for truhivation," H any, Savannah, June 3,1351. Mayl5,135U -4m in differof the en tin rogressd tarts United States, I can be allowed* to Agent :

State. Mr. Webb was formerly Judge of the which shall be selected by the state authorities ?This Steamer will leave Jacksonrille for the value of the civil law will be appreciated a* 1 be Money received,current at in the State*wner tuned,will.

Untied States' Court at Key West Florida, before, the days appointed for the commencement Savannah every FRIDAY MORNING, at seven .PROSPECTUS- THE it comes to be understood. It cannot be other '. >Remittaaee par- and eommonieauen> -rfft -*sGoi1&* .

And removed to Texas in J83S. where he has of the public sales respectively, o'clock June,12.until farther notice. lawttIJEW fMARIOX STAR. wise centuries with governed& system,.written the. most wonderful reasons which social for organization be always addressed, pest paid Or franked,to th** '

since resided He is a sound Lawyer and a under the act,'entitled,.Han act to enable the A NEWSPAPER bearing the above title win .that too world baa eror witnessed;,and Publishers.- ? LEONARD SCQTT 1tis

polite gentlema Male of Arkansas .and other stales to reclaim CLOTHING STORE I be issued.OCALA, :Jlark>a county,.East< which the-real.basis.of the jurisprudence of 79 Fulton gt N l- -
Florida,ina few day> continental Europe,and of a large-portion of that -- S-
TEXAS ELECTIONS. The election the 'svamp labd'whhin their limits," J. MODE, Agent, ,So far as Whiggery and Democracy,-are eon- England sad the United States. TheGlobe.Aconiona1 *
general approved SeptembAKb, .J850, will be excluded eentedthe paper will ba neutral, but wana1 on the It would be quit*useless for me to speak of the
HI Texas will take place in August next. from the ai K.nd no locations for HAS openeda"new/ Clothing andDr7Goods Soninnac Qrn.vzon.Tzw ... ; -" merits of the great work which your enterprise i* : AsiciLkwTaldlrd-LiICTUT.V -

The candidates already announced for thence land bounties hereto WT granted by law Store, ,Two Dollars if paid in advance, if not, about to give-to the American public. From the Neiapaper. .5 *- *. -

of Governor re the Hon. P. H. Bell any ThreL. Advertisement inserted at the usual isolated position which the civil law has been permitted SPS3E.undersigned submit to the pab&rUr-
of Congress, for military services rendered OK BAT STREET, ONE DOOR EAST 0 J1 )tL1JINNEGAN'S rate .' in few of the
the present incumSent. the Hon. E. M. v to occupy Engiaad, standard JL proposals the GLOBE and its r pqrte kr*
to the United States will be permitted oti any Short cemmwricatimt from either party twill works concerning- U have been Undated into the next seeion oCongreso.Congrem has now

Pease, and Col. M. T. Johnson. The Hon.C. of the above mentioned lands, as provideJ by A ND XKSFECTPCU.T invites the citixens of be inserted, if couched in courteous language, English, and this want has not beon'supplied by 1 liberally -patronised;th mdertaking' thLItt.f

G. Keenan is a candidate for the office of the act entitled, "an act making appropriations __ Jacksonville and ths surrounding country Under the Agricultural Head,the farmer will the original English treatises on that subjeeU, 1 I win be established as a standard work worthy of
tending '
Lieutenant Governor. to come and see for themselves. Yon will positive find valuable matter and any information have no doubt that in.Louisiana,-in Texas, in U oCicial imprinataTUDeas theunder&Tgned&Qinblsdnty. *-"
The candidates named for Cbngrers' in the for the civil anddiplomatic expenses ly buy Goods in thU New Store cheaper than to advance the Agricultural lnt.reatotEist California,and in the new Territories of the United This WOlnot be tke caa if earnest S

Western District the Hon. of government&.C., approved 3 J March, ever yon your did in Jacksonville before. Florida U solicited from,the.farmerS. States,aa well as in Lower Canada, there will eSort can avail ""Th GLOBC i* .tha aly pcpr

are Volney E. 1841. : June 12-3n2. .jJ.MODE.. J.A.ANDREWS, fc COJ, be a ready demand for your publication., .The that will furniih.fall reports efthepeoce.dzngaaaj\
Howard, the present incumbent, the Hon. The offering of the above mentioned- lands- Publisher' and Proprietor profession throughout the Union will readily lend I debates of the two House of Congress; and barr"*

Win. E-Menefee, Gen. Hugh M'Leod, and the Notice. *Oe&Ia,-May 6,1L [News please copy.] their favor to the undertaking;aad- 1 trust. that ing received their janetion such,the best R--
will be commenced
II. N. Potter BBQ. In th* Eastern district and'will in the on order days in'which appointed, I1tEPARTNERSHfI' heretofore existing your__fi*_enterprising t ._ P... .house*_ *_'will.:_1 find s_ ..;its.- t?interest_i: i.l..in_ porters will be engaged write out th'dhataofeachday.'whieb
the candidates named are the uou. i.,. proceed they ,JL under the firm of ALSOP & itOONEY is :Bounty; ; Land ana uenerai Agency, puull ULO;, livui iuv w iwv Ju JALA1 L& will undergo the rrrioioftof:.
Waflate the Hon. Richard Scurry. the Hon.'I. -whcl t1e The*business- of the concern will be *' JD. guae, such other standard works as will form the the Members.; Tb work, after passing tnrouga'tbe
hU. jti'j-m. zg. Ecauis th -- "WJasnlriston, C.. baisotaciyllhswlibrary. JUiLTGLOBK and receiving correction,wifll
}Ion.Geo. W, %Yrih; and tb. lIon. %V,, B. the sales thus closed; but no gale shall bel WILLIAMALsoF;. in rue OTfl4 I remain, gentleinan.' vcry >cyi...anitd,as finished, in th.CoioaEssauL.

Ochiltree kept open longer than two weeks, and no I GEORGE MOONEY. 5. and eQwent attemran o. 1u3 Jtt-r k..Matkftry.nt5 Cwb1EUT1S, -, -. S
private entry of of the lanJ will be admitted : Jacksonville, Slarch 20. jun.12 St. LAND CLAU1S of officer*and soldiers engaged Messrs.LITTLE *BnowFlLOMALF1tEDflENNtN. The:debatea will probably Increase in*interest?
in FLORIDA. WAK, or in either of the TSDUS during the next session. Tit OB*-subject whie 7engrolsddtbe
Gov. Cleans, of South Carolinahas is- i until alter .tbe expiration.- of the two MASONRY, BRICKLAYING, PLASTER'UKDERSIGNED WARS ta which the U. States have been engaged, Esq;.OF. THE last,wQI donbttoss give way to fttVen

sued his proclamation, authorizing an election weeks. WGc.T1UE or the War with Great .Britain of 1312;-to NEW-pELEANS BAR. of great wtety,.wbichv.ia tai.progresBV*
Given under band at the City of claims on the U.States for. MiUTAar SERVICES, country |he epufiieU of' and the ambition""
to be held in that Slate, on the second my takes this method oft BOsTON, SepLfijlSS). j party
of Washington this sith"day of.May'Anno BCTFLIES, reasios?, LOST pRopEtrrr,&c.,and to Messrs.- LUTLE 5 fc BBOWH for place an4 olettnetion, neceasariryproduoev...
day October, for JL the that he is to
the do
representatives to informing public ready
'of business Vast 'till be .
any description requiring an Agent or interests at stake the deeuioM
Gentlemen ranch 1eaedto learn that upon :
Southern Congress recomtflended by" the Domini, one: thousand eight hundred apd Bricklaying, Masonry, Mastering;Stucco Work, Attorney at Washington. For 'procuring:Land yorf_ are engaged am ia publishing a revised;edition of the net Congress( and there is great taleqfia. -.

Nashville Convention We believe that no fifty-one, ts.-&c. lie will lurniih plane-(sn4 drawings Warrants,his charge will;be $5in other,eases of Strahan translation of LtoSLtT oii CIVIL LAW. both bvan.bes.wbcbyillbe evoked 4a thalr dis* -

ether State in the Union will be .represented. MILLARD FILLMORE.Bythe when desired by persons for whom he is engaged tie the cbrpwifl be proportioned" to the nature and .No work in the English language,on the-sam I enssion. AlL.the boaors of the RepabBe,depea'
to execute work.'without-extra charge 1s '
difficulty of the case. I dent on the snece&foi to the Pregijeufj.as well*
__ President ; ; subject, U tobe compared with it, for the fullness
well known to tho'citiiens of-'Jacksonvillo'
.4 ascompetentniechathc -a H* willako act in connection with Agents or as all the great and permanent Interests which .
and correctness of.the doctrine throughootit. g
The Hon. Wm. C. Damon of Georgia J BcTTERrlELD, and work he has conveyed
; ; performed -
Attorneys in Florida, wlio may ba..employed In .". ,/ ,* ..' to the advancement of the power.of the eovoby,,
had the misfortune'to pet one of bis legs Commissionercf fit General Land Office. already for citiseus of the place he refers to as an Bounty Land and ether claims, on terms which From the ilmo of iU publication- ,up to.ff tne present win give impaLteta .tbe action of the neatC.

broken just above the ankle, a week or two i-additional J evidence of bis qualifications: may be agreed opoiu- Letters, [which'-should be it luu reeeired the approtrtion of the most "

since, at his plantation. His horse; was NOTICE PRE-EMPTION CLAIM KJ- Casts and Moulds for ornamental plastering po5t paid trill receive immediate- attention.r learned men and lawyers in every'country, and ; The

hitched! to a rail fence, and beins;restive ANTS. | also furnished JOHN irERS1N. 'June 5. :lawtf. ; very dasrvedIy The compilers o(thetodeNa- the session Congress,and weekly the remaiBderof
.-B.-To PUntcrs he would"say ha Las mueb' poison drew copionslylrom it fotbeirwcirk.hpoleon .-. the year Jerked down a rail, which struck Col, Dawpon Every person entitled to the right'of pre experience in patting np Sugar Battdries, and toI /Sea Island Cotton Giris.rjiHE 1 bimseitstiidied it most carefully in early ports of the roceedinga ot both House of V.s.

on the leg and broke ItFla. eniption to any of the lands within the I licits work in that line, confident that he can gite SUBSCRIBER takes'rthis potuy. hfe, which may account for the singular'aftut-- I gre i and nnsoeDaneomarticled tiwss' geaexftlTBubjee *

townships parts of townships1 above en the amplest satisfaction. Charges noderate.Jackconylle ." JLto inform.the planters of Long Staple Cottons nesg'and wisdom of bit observations and decisions'I s to which it is devoted- :: ---

Cha.pt No. 2. of R. A. Masons anilSj. umerated, is required to establish the came J.L that be still contianeslbe manufacture of the during the discussions on the ad ptio* of kis code.Domat I ,and The IVeiHs Globe will contain- AgdenltanL-

Johns Lodge No. 12 of Ancient Free and to satisfaction of .the Register and Receiver ,JIay.29,1851 f ly ,.; latest improved ROLLER HORSS GINS double should,and I hopewiH 1awcrS be,. foundin, .the give misceHaneoBa debates suchimportanctt articlefl; and aa aflIaccasiusoflj command uwvtrsaliEteresU .. -
Masons of St and angle,at his usual rates and is. ready lo library of.:every Amerieaa *
Accepted will
Augustine of the proper'Land Office, and making payment ; Your obedient servant.. > -r ; : -I-
Celebrate the of In Circuit C art, Eml..ru Circuit of Flortda fill all orders at the shortest notice, : /. The of.th* Jr Wy f7oeisreda.eite0cc --
approaching Anniversary therefor ALFRED HEXNEN. price
as soon at praticable after see.ng In Colombia ,For the reputation of the Gins,apply to the following -
CountyIn Chancery. -dollar witli! view to obtain
a ft more gtieaZ'cireuIatio
fit John the Baptist, by a Pick-Nick at the this -notice,'and before the day appointed Louisa E. Smith jii.vsi Agents,or to those who have them in nae i ia """ _, ...' "
B -
determined S
nioa-ra or Cargeedsnd -
Light House kept by Mr. John Carera, on for the of .the sale of "'-' -
commencement puUic ," >BiQforIMvorce.kElisha :AGENT the Circuit Court the United State forthe Th*CmzretxiviuH Qlobettift embody,as ilka*
Anastasia* Island. Tlie members of the fraternity the lands embracing the traic t claimed otherwise Smith S do'lr tt. Lut seventeen Congretsioaa
,J Villalonga Acosta, Cf nterviHage,Cs.CpL.B. ., first elrcuItfr 1812 to lS51a.follows*' years
generally are cordially invited to attend such claim wilt be forfeited. appearing'to the satlafaetlon of-the Cojirt R.:Bythowood Beaufort,S.O.. :"GjuiisoVs REPORTS*. "Reports if' Cases "argued praceedicgsand- debates eieluaiirtly.revWdspeoahr-
awl participate in the festivities Lheccasaon..rAnccaz -- 3t BUTTERFIELD, IT that the defendant Elian Smith;resides beyond :Seott Jt'Dereaux, Charknten, S. C. and determined ia the Circuit Court of the .fbo2ix w"embrace lie *,
the Of
and the
City; ComimsSiimer.-oftfa General Land Office. the State of Florida,to wit; in tbetat.of Ocala.-JJ.FlorJcUu-r1-: ** tnitedtatesfor the first'Circuit;froarlSI2 to separately, messageof JYendewt ,
Georgia;on motion of"VV. M. Ires,"Esq.,solicitor Fernandez, Bisbee & Co., Jacksonville, E. Fla. 1313.; Second edition, with additional Notes andReferences theUcited States and the-reports--" of the.'Heads: ."of.' *-
jun5-13t :;: *
Ills stated that Senator Scale, of Louisiana for complainant.It is therefore ordered that the S 'K.RDakes, Psb.tki, F.. 2 vols., 8vo. Boston;l&fr*' the The Executive Congressional Departments<&>bt and Appcjufix w- will b-
blends to tailor California in short MISS 81VJiKT'S 8KJUUH AttV.f .. defendant do appear, plead, answer or demur to s.Hoyt&Co..SavannahGa- *fl should omit doing justice-my own feelings, fast the :
the complainant bill with'a fow months, or the S.LI Jiiblack &Co.VAIUntor,E.F.Lartinger as- well as to-the cause of truth, if I were not to published at as proceeding ofcgrew
lime. IfVICcxercues of this Scbool .win kM. iapen.. same will be taken as confessed,providedpnblica*, Jc Harris, ,ElixabeUjtown,'Lowndes. select the decisions ia GaUisoa's and' !sou'se. will make number. Subscribm may expect*n* -
ded nntjl tbe first of October 7 number f each a week daring the list fberwsok >
next .
tion be made of this order as the law directs. County,,Ga,- ports as gpecimeos pre-eminent,merit. Theymayt1rIybepIceduakYCIWth '
Hon. Charlesand Mrs. Haddock Mr.and JixneI-3&. of nd twO or .three numbers ef'eata m
And a hearing will be bad -of said cause at the ; 7 AL$0 .ine best ft iesstoa,*
Miss McCurdyv James Lawrence, C. F. next tajjn-of aid Court thereafter. ;: ; I week afterwards'BBta the end Of tho ftsssiasij U.
Iii Janice Court, Columbia comity,!Oa.S. -- EXTRA Boxes AXD Bausrro can be La4 oif tl* productions abs English Adniraltyvibrd ? Complete- Indexes tin .CtaCftsM ot ,abMin4 <
J. R. Sands Colonel (Signed THO, DOIGLS.. well for the- .
Stansbnry ) a* nlgnest
Captain and & learning, as mberi C
Persons will be sent to soa
-- subscriber juoderftto'r < wanting AFftndix !
.li.NIBLACX, k Co.,' ):.Attachment Judge dccon'-3Ken ,f 2
Van. and wbaom ,2UJ
.Allen" ,,Lieut*. LB.ery, Caldwelt, VL- > Debt wora to $43 S3.- .Atru- Gias crGins repaired,please'-diveet to Agents, ability"- erCouressa4oorus. .'- *sr5NothSgof -
Parrot G. H. Preblfr, J. Daer, and. Miss J5AMTEt..WjtFoaD. 3 Bondfile4-iWT6.' .' 'copy-.Test- ort? ; & I* BURNS, 521. : a political sapeetwil lappesr .a the ,
Kimball had lG4Bog3Tau;Ciork. St.Mary's Georgia iaCWminmP. RKPOKTS G.' i
invitations to Queen Victorians '. to the:!stid4CtOu oftt U ; ,May,12ttJ351.. 22-1m : OF
Slate Ball. -- T I. Court that the defendant U m jion-reaideat of June 5,1851. ._ -1aw4m.- the Circuit Court of the-United State for the > repents; Apaper-assuming to tft4
First Circuit front-JS16 to 1830. .vote. 8vo."These impartial venkslo for aB side cannot mainrnta iU
thi SUte i and count T, aod his place of residence : CAUTION; .-;: character.if. editorial columns reflect ft party
3fis Li.JouruJ that isinpp@sedtob&lnth, titeotGeorgiaifls A ,LTu : Reports comprise'De&sionitrMr. -* '
eVya the _
a ( persons warned 'against trad- S
; are hereby ah bae
therefore, ordered: .that 'the' defendant,.,tianiel xSL MONTHS,after date,we.shan present Justice Story on the first"Circuit;of the .United -
cotton that log for a certain noto made SIX .5 TER.MS. -
in vicinity is euflenqj greatly prowtMory by the Hon. Felix : ;: -
and '
Willordi do' accounts to in Mr. Gallison'sReportm
appear,and:'answer, to.this bill ofomnplsinints.withla favor States;and follow oHee after I V -
from lice, three mouthy or judgment me m of Westberry Walker on the 22d day Livingston,Judge of Probates for the Count v of The.Decisions relate to a great randy For M copy of th* Daily Gk* ,
January; 1331,for the sum of four hundred and ; 'ring the BRjrioa Coogress,.and wwkly v-r-
,. will oc taken a*confessed.. Durat, for a final settlement of tbe estate of Seymoar" of aubjects-CcniutIonal,Admiruhy,Personal, t -
GIVEN fifty doUara,and due on the first day.of January, deceased and ai- then apply [ durui'; the recess,} ayezr$5
ender 017 hand an j Seal this 21st Pickett; and Real Law;and Chancery, and are characterixed.by -
OBITUAIiV. l33, sinless *credit is thereon thaDailT Glob for Jess tia** ftti
endowed for the for ycftr,
V I. dor of June, A.D. 1351 j ,. '. for discharge from sL1tirthci&t&entbon and re- .theoendleartiing.acuteaess --and j-
DIED, is this place; on the 8th lost., Ciuxixs : viLD. EOSS, Justice, of ih* ,Pesee. sum of three hundred and fifty dollars, M the consideration biU& in the misea. thoroughness reaeatebvwbiea are sash eminent* : 4haateOf&Lclaameoth.5; ----,- ,- S
CAXBXLL nly ion of Royal and Clara Boulter, Alligator, Columbia cotmljr. jna 26-3a.: for which said note was given has failed traits of their author. .They will Sear a favors i Forone' copyof theAVeekly .
fifed on*year and eleven month to that amount; and should suit be brought JAMES APICKETit.: : bio comparison point of kaminj and year-. ; : : -

**So fade* tit* lovely blooming flower f la,tbe Clreolt Court, Eastern Clreult'ot against that I shall me. on.nid note, -hereby give notice : '. "Adjthnistrators.S utility. with the beat Tolames of tho English.practical;Report :For oae copy of th cngrecaiealQ1ok4oS- -

-: Florid*.-Daral oautywIiLwB thereto according-plead to.partial the tatute failure insneh of consideration caw mad Jacksonville, Feb.20,1S5V \ .-.* *.? ; '. ,/ ... -: f '. <1 For ringtheMswon en*copy of.the J Appendix" 5 -

MARKKTS.JTk : Ru; ) and provided. / READUING flLOUN1.tnmbIaCotyFIz.JunIsj1 .T- --- S'aRioua. Sumner (Charles ) Re- [: :

JkJUsa asa Burner :Xiagsra :aimed I'SAttschznentj. ; 2i. ,? port of ease argued and determined in the Cirratt For four copies efutBer,or part of EoU.dft
CIUKUCS MEKKICX V if Cfrentt Owt Court of,tUUnitxi fft t forAW-tlr t tt -
Y ViaTUE tlirdeere th* > fiLl5 th-a.ioc : : : 4I
k low days later iBtelHgwK froni LrvwpooLTh rW11dcren4tanL and otI other person*interested Old TOetal W nle& ; U.otTh.-Eatern-Ctrcuit tTOrKUrfor tb cuit.-Z ..01.8io., '." ,. : -. I For ten; copIe*.felhs ,se prt--oLtaa .
lower grade* f Cotto its dull; fiper ; uall. _L" are hereby notified of tbe jnjtitution of the county of DnvaJ entered at the May term of said S "These/volumes contain the deciions ef.Mr, I ring the*ea3ton, -

lies aehaagiL: Fr Orleans isomoted At 6id.Tk .... above entitled suit by attachment, and required PREPARATORY to eonjinencing 'operation* CftarV A.'D. isI;I-will expose to sale mt7pnWM Justice Story;and form ft continuation to the eric -S
to appear and plead to the declaration I wish to pnr- in jJaekw>n- *of,GaUiaon and Mason jThe decisions lath S
aale *t< tht weekVanioant to 45,000 bsk. filed in said chas > old anctioninfrontoftliaCourt House vanoe aiwIndispeBcaM* t o rry taeat:
ease; PIUURFBASER,, >large or quantities Iron.Coppen, rifle;on the firsi Monday in August next all.that present volumes relate parttenlarly questions of onirt-wHl t* atieudod to ank *JUtt
Cofe*and Sugar duU. Rio unchanged. :Rough "'' 4ttyforP1Lff Ot Brass- --,-for.which- 'good prices' will be given.. certain piece of land,situate,lying-and being Jn Equity,
Tvrps seared, aad sl** have been made Jaeksonvmejnns 28'l85tr3m.Twof.Story x. ; !..*$*&** MOONEY. ,. the county of Duval and State aforesaid,'oontain- oe.STOUT'S.*- ', -, ; ;- *-'; :: .ba remitted aSub5C5ip41OUS br.siaB,al&tfUpaf.bi .

M7i&i -- *- .,- -- - -. lMf- leg fire-acres of land more r lets,ani DeH' Bluff RITOKTS. Story (\V3liani.W.} !!*- : n tS* seetioa fua$ -

' Jfiir:JToac Jane $).-wC ttoa : POLSAT.V.. 1 -,: -- at the niotttb of McCoy*Creek-on th .St.-JohM port of.ease*argued and determined the Circuit > where subscriber*reside. -
market unchang* : ? PwelUng House, 2Por: "$ae. river, being all tbe land.and appurtenance.conveyed -, Court of the United States for the FlntCirenit.'Svols. "-, ..iOHR1fl'W'&ntsjtjn S
ed; LGOO bales jold t dajy RUfr-300 tbvxt fold 'Jnsc eompleted. eonvenienUy j*t :''Sugar J w. 5fiH%with alItbe'ironsicoessayio to BlaDchard and'Rider.iDftodanU, by : 8vo. v"Tbese '., Cit Oet.11850-J Lj

odsy&t6.. arranged for ft.large fanuly;with all a-thapplieatien of torsepower... The rollers Joseph B. Lancaster, by Deedbearing date.the : volumes fotm eontlauatlon to the f* - $
--- ti"5 ?wrJ.lBt buildings, in & plea.- are of Iron IS inches lo diamtter, 36Cinches ia 16th Day of June 4i D.WL together with t am rie1 GaBuoo,Mao&/and Sofliaerv&Tliey I: aPtCTV IOFTU
: it part of the Town of icksonviltsr Attached : length.' Also.two Boilers measuring 150 and 200 saw mOU dwelling..honse,black smith shop,-&*4 isis the last opinion ever proooaneedby Mr.Jnstio JJ
sirriyrirws. to the preAWM i*m vegetable garden; and t Wen g Ton -j jectJvelyL UeBwyftt/JaeMonviD upon aid prmlsto ba sold to satisfy said Dares : Story,.who dwd whfltthe'i4 opinion.inth
of. ooorplalnant, volume undelivered.WocJDBtJKT !* .
excellent water.: TitlesnndispuUblrf. & wherein ThomasO.Holmwis third was yet *T>
P OA.T OF .48oxkL.E -. < A l For addlUron |particulars apply 'to S.W.-BA. and Harrison R. Blauchard and EmorY Rider ass (Cfias.L.n
A imeirn KER, Attorneyat Law;Jactoooviqe East Flor : JO11N GSM1T11. Report*of csesArge4.n&4eteumlaed- b hCirctttt ; ---4'-
: EN1RED I of the United States for the first
a goo*eoftay waiiher,and iroacr, ida.- t-- 4L:1te ": V
23tLSclu Ahdel Et1err4 N.Y.CLEAEE1X. uni ro -
) .: L8o; -. :! -. -.- ---cZ5 ---Tbese rolumes contain the'D.ejaiontOf-; -&r'
< : :L4thetbOY5t1t1e.awekl r aewspaper, to bf
.aaOTnoTOAeoBnty.U. Len Woodbury,appointed to succeed MrStorj
JD 214d8Cb benke criotiT.Ia. eontainlnx four hundred aod forty-eight acre*fintrateooUoa N ti U deIetedth the pmloses

K. Wil1.y, Ktiwet3.E.ad.Bh4e : laadi.toother,'witfc t. TaluaUe Un 'tXMON7E8 sti-. .JL M.'re.eot&aw ; N V. pnrreiacnU thereon, : = -vi i ?.' 'imcoounU;; and vooehere tbe.IIon.'JBdre of 'linE ERGb.L # ,SPWL Ccii vcB0wzbt un4eriagn.-igy:rofess teMkasi S

,N.JT.Ed. Pxobsteof-.innbla.eequy, for final sttiUv -. beetiov la the above Business,t be oonduo- all(BeajsroiaC) 1ortsofcacea azasdMds4ird :editorial career-M t'; to. bg: .:;:

'ThsYollowlngiandJ in Marf
will Uzic 1'laatiz1ou.ontslaing six;bus&si.n4 K Hdu dexjwwd l A_ P -! ;;! & uEMAm) .. ,1 aj. l saaiIt tThcO 5

forty r cre weQ'toprored one.eontainins flf ui1i.t.Inhoiti5onth. npwfai feUow Pct&aand wtta tkose R -

A hundred andfrfty-Mx acrM with imttroTTmsiJt*; COi'nIeIsee, florida; nortsj aad DaHat-Craacb,a&d AVheatoa'*, ;eom-
Deti *kdedr.i of obta3ia ;dtsLIon- and one other eoataining ani Jumdred M>d fifty* (ma7!) sMAlaIai. with tbeaaaUrsns that sIbu&atientZI.IedIajjIemL -prite all Lb.D0eid.tth.1d&egCentknow*

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ready Jo furnishthem whh aU'kiads'of-Boo ASTB professorshiffef ; 3r ,th PrtttefpaliantLiaieVAsaJstantej: and
: or anfo .the ZxeeuU
Sr theye4t"arecharfed34. ., Deprtments
NKWSPA>E Trrjs; of.the newesV'and'm'ost beaa* ',-rA'professorship of"ehemlstry and/Baiurw Jbis conducted on system 6T,iUnainteruptedby.
'I Advtrt&enwnU wifl bff inserted at t foHowSagMt Claims Arising from the eyointlonaiy JortMexican tIM styhp J am alsp prepared to supply the'much 'tor1,1-. : i:;" _. *.. -i--: *' V1.. own 11 1ttexercisatare Ua tntetopetUon

t fe :DM DoHar p!!iqtiart (of twelr. lines)for wan?'J"1 Rejrolutipnaryi fl admired ScplcWetter: ; .tavinff fctelTt''poured .A pfossoiocJvil' ineeri .t ofte'

I tht first;ana venty-IlTe'fcents for erery ul>s pay,j y4***" P804! S. **'si.or.Ay; ffom together Sootland with.very ifMrtes> .of these' beauti1 Ices, study-toomend'dOrmLtOrle5' bU k5a-CbOfl jith
arjety ot 'fottaVimd atteror9META1L peculiat reference to eomfart and eoatenlence -
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Bonnty'Land T'rtt
1 .or ; ndejf lawvfoif ' Tebi/ll,, f'ortud.&nd n expend bis beea w d'n.eappiratMi >rr
il* unt wm be made. transient. A4vrtieiij 1817,ot August JO, 1&18{ Arrearage* of Pay*nd &c. .*I feel aasured that the elegance and accuracy or termst of lwenty-oAO.-week ..TbfiTel' viding' >ecessary'. bc *ende
! S tnt (except by persons haVing arnnnlng account Mileage due returning' Volunteers j Claims for of surpassed all the by;Type any Founder manufactured ln'the by Unjoa"me -cannot;/Br an be session Commences and tha second oa' tb&fourthWvdnesday'otOctoberl on,the fourth Wednesday means of-lnatructloh faduitleiforprwats cQmlleta tedy giin'ta an4 comfot'Newark ,"* -<#. rg* -en" -- '

. with the officc>mu tl>e paid. for prerloua to HorecsMoat and.oe.ert7datrqyed Er' entirely.new method in the mixing, arid_ castinjr.l bf,Aprils ilach7 Is-followed' -- bytacatioaiof* 'Academy or students yfttO ,)- t ADrALiGTOiI. a-1'.
incurred 'Volunteers. 51fl- enabled to maintA1s* tbe ve.weck.r '; V : J"* ; u )' r -- ---* -'- -- -.
..ti..,: -a penses by before being/inuitered Virtfle5. tlouo. those lorded by many f onr' blfcges.is '
i tient parteof theinetai, and,thus; to roducIn I cOVRsI OF' jNST1UTIQ tut'eommodationa TOWHSENB'S' AFFfflAVrr.
. r dTstanc* can govern tkelr remit- and received into service -Waggon-mas[ '- rum-fts intimaW reltoioirf teh CxjueSBA"denttiBf S,
addition toanlegant Lbs most soiW arid !
.. I.iiuir advertising by the following rates t ten and Teamsters .claims $aHnjfsysailors' tua -. Fansc: Cis1Jiyegu Xsnopbon tbe-"Aoademyinjoy:'manyf advaatasmi
t j ; 71w'4 heretofore offered to-jhiubUp lu',
; ;this Anabasis; Algebra;:beguni Hlstrtryj begun- '* not generally obtained insUtntionsofthhkiod linett Ui Mtar
. One (twelve lines) published six.months &c;. to. last feature I,would iu'particular call yotir attention branch *
square :"H.iUty, finished;Homer's CWiasey,begueki- TEose.whvwSsh; to pursue some paarUcalar. Ia e .ttb.'Iro1.salDruiss 1* a1.clsj..s. ,

I.- -. "i. J .- $1o.oQ Having all tlie'.formal necesgary..fcr a. proper for; solidity ,and' duraWlity Type i-is, on gebra finLsbedGeotneir/, begun; liistory.conitinned. 'which g'.ILe mord prper17wtthiasbe eollge coue.uiaybe'Mtnittefto wW'iSg5e4 .e tsr tw. '.: It Win I* kM*Oil lUf*
.' the principle sI economyl ofi thagreAlestimpor- .- : -' *- "*' '?*' re ste laaDy !4eCUeglassea. -sa.lilittiS Ufa&1fuisaiujbs'ith.eg t3.ss1taswj'tJzwadst
Two for .- '15,00 .of claims tTogetbryrith iherules -
presentation '
eix.inonths, ,
4 ,I squares tance to -aI1typographcrs..Th-; of the 1IL-Horace" lTomer's'Odissey finished .: 'Stndents.also of ,n5Ldwcr -
begun> ; ; : proper age is i.*.i.re th .4.14'.Dvi.: ; we keel ,*,
i JcI( !*jal and other Business Cards, per an.Notleei 11O. and: regulations, governing the different Departments -- craft will also find me ready to supply all kinds of Geometry,'five books- Historyfinished..- --_ iwvby recommendation-of Pnn
. w to debtors and creditors, .- 7.00 h*is"prepared tonndertakeall'cWms, of PKtNTDiQ OFFICK FirESiTnRK for the establish :JITNIOE. CtAs5-'lT'aoitu5- gun; 'Th Prow permissioii.oftb FaCURj', may eroyh'U5e l | of $thi eduw.u&MleIu, Os.ef tb.ies.sesa

Application for letters of administration, 5 (K O1t ) h1klnd joiert1iatty: reqthitbiervce ment complete. printing Office snclfas Presses, melheujof 2E8chyhisai Electra of.Sopboeleif the College Library(lwithout'>addjUOM 'eb.ftrgeTl ,asOr M ni, viil I, PP.444 f.s.ss$
1 .Wood "Type, Cases; Stands,*Urass Press and -i. be had to the:teetut;.and
Analytical Geometry;finished? Calcuua} ; Natural dtlsson may ,u4 tattt tb. WtUM,cutnUy.. that H wi tuOf irnU*
Notice of for dismissal as Administrator of at this .- ,
Application an Agency place..Particular : Wo.od Rides. ImposingStones.'T/oniposingmicks. 'fheologyj Evidences: Cbristfamty ;; 'Jti-* such eLherrivUegesofthe' College. a can, vvptofitahly taklg'U a gift. : ai .

p r .- T $lck 00 attention given'to the proper eettlemcnt Brass and'Wood Galleys'",'Riglets-. ;Closet" Racks, II f Logic; Mental flosopfiyTbe'AJoetis ofEuriidesTacitue,1nLeIied eJoydbyacademfralptudentt *Iw.skpbgth.ris4rfri. -
for announcement of candidates office' 5 00 of &c> &cV / : "- ; Xl atnid Philosophy; :'rh4*charge foj3oardin Waehmf-fuel, Ilgat
:; Quartermasters accounts.- '
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Old Tyhe taken In 'exchange for new ai¢s Mechanlc bekni' : L6;; wi&hTfnitLon krjEngliah .Latin adIs : rHZ ARb t1lre -- : .
; If o announcement will be made unless the same Charges moderate, and regulated by Ihc amount, per.Ib. The trade dealt with .on Ihe most liberal. Moral1-'hilopy; aoventy.do1lart fortheurnuer ,jnesaou, and
**A > w -ote TT : I,. accompanied with thte amount charged. claimedandthe extent of services required- '. terms, and patronage solicited-on the ground ol Captive,PJantusMechaBicv; 4Iydrostatic sa'v nty-ilvefor thQ Wintertcssio'n The enly Ii iyt&silg1asCit& Shelve to*faatfr te L'PT.msai'iSsupeUhaw

, Editorial ..notices1 for-private benefit-will be&arge4doulle All communications; to'' insertion most furnishing to the purchaser an'artiole"with which Pneumatics, and Metwrqlogyt/f; c-i .: J extraS are'sne d&Iai per ISlOQ for lllCKWlVwM (X* ,414 aetltee4'I...epeslppSlsi -
t hewm. be' pleased,'and which wiUjring.bimthe ; >ilars.for ModemLansuafcesv -
ftw'ace finLehed'Xend'phon's
; OPUOMoaECi,5-l. ; toenaes, anaaica 01 iguiru
tbe rate of advertising.lijcious be postpaid, "f "' 1*!" say'idX.Ii1 UIIs.bSb s5s$ eth.
dec 4rtf for
worth of his money. .: ,'s .- Memorabiliaj GeomotryCnishedf SietoIl :and 'a fee of fiveddllara Drawing,
M Obituary and Marriage notices, will : --Editors Prnterswishixgtd stabtish a'Ncws-- no be"; ?Spm those who enter the*vlasseaTTh sessions pmpszstIes teowi U Cit Dr.JusbTrvss 4's'1aesperUhi

be -ortJob-.Printtng Ofiice- will-bo rnisbed '/ deAmicitiaani'deSenecVutc'jIIerO ind vacations-if.th published gratis.
. 'Cotzm ? JAMES M, BAKER-; with aaVstimaW in"detail ofthe' ost by;'stating. dotes wcerp begun Plane Trigonometry] Spherical Tri; ,Ii the ensue aa those ot the CoUege.s&td''MATTlEW.MElGA.. : 'ICUIZTrLLIN' -,BKOTHE58' k.CO,IM' sal'IM M It t
AaNEYATLLW size of paper and kind of work: to"be executed.' '., gonometryIThetOriO, conlinnediIIL. -' ,'/ ." -- M;, '- -. : -

'_ Publishers Newspapers who will insert this Cicero da OEciia;Herodotus,finisbedj SurVeving .PresIdent of Delaware Colkge. KUSHTOrf CLA&K.ft- CO,110 k S7S 'IrtaiwtylfJttrf

H2LIP FRAZ'ER Alligator, :Cownbut CK, East:Flora.. advertisement three* months, and send me'the papers ; Analytical ,Geometrybegunj;: ;Khetoric, NAIe1aWare Aril5ci jUtorHpmae.S.T.4

I ? ____'_ "" _- ,' containing it addressed to'"Nesbitt's Register 'finished.i ." '' -,' .i- "* .v-- KORTOV, BABCOCK k WOOTJ.lW Mawfta lsaK.t

; ATTORNKYk.COUNSELLOR AT LAW, ,"New .York;will be paid materials of my SESion'.CtAss.1'Political Phuosophys .The- HAYItAND; ; xzzs C Se MsIJ. 'Uas,

3LSONVLE VLA." TmithL. &:M; 1enJ manufacture,providedthey purchase six times'the 'Andria of Terroncej The Clouds of AristoplanesAcotstieOptics ; UAYW T;L.rI-MM 6 WeiSs street, ,,

t ,. amount. of their bills for advertising :-, Electricity, Magnetism. .f .HADDOCK' CORtCCS ft CLAT,2I$ Pearl Street, 4*
Win attend to professional business entrusted ATTORKETS AT, LAWAlligaiorr / ,. .V-. '- H.'H.- GREBtf ,. >- Ji H. JJlclloryV Jri I ITI1aks % *
, *Y any ; II.. Elemouts Criticism; Butlers Analogy; __ OSGOOD JENNINcI*, ss ? *rfgtwV- 4*

: 7 to Urn Sa Che Courts of 'Eastern Circuit, ; Columbia EdstjF> drida' tNo:.123 Fulton sLItowNew sti: New York, and Cicero's Tnscula*Questions} Demosthenes' do torona ) -_ this method to infonn.Jiis"friends and LMIZOl'-'COsI4 Fultots $trt,. '

He has : .No. 17 Canal Orleans ?Voltaic Electricity Gaivariwnu' Electro- -J.-. the publio generally that be has commenced
i1k and tbe Supreme Court Tallahassee. .Mfvrrirr Smtrf, f M>O'Bi ISM .' Sm1 3.J.FTnPNkPzid.aLa1s; -
Jan. : Magneto-Llen '
with -Office at '- --. .. Magnetism, icity.Electro-Dyna-f business in Jacksonville- East Florida; and solicits BUST_* HOTJGirrOX,83J ti Strs5i- -
also"such an advantageous .connection an : ,Alligator. J pfficeat'Newnansv ; 1T '-' ,' "-
r | micsAstronomybegun ,
t - patronage --having recently visited New York; L'XISLEY 43 drt1aat it -
1c sMa Lawyer at Washington, ,city, as will ensure : ;i' .Jacksonville- Hotel.' ; 1111 The Jonstitutioa ot! tue United tates; Philadelphia,' Baltimore> and Savannah,'-at GRf24NLA' 4

.'r41 a prompt; and speedy collection of such claims asBiij S, W, BAKER, : rBlHE*.Subscriber having Jbecbuie"the purchaserJL' >strbnomy-finished} Ti.ieiice' Heat;'The- Which places complete arrangements,,have been WALTER TOWNSEND It CO,S3 leer 8tn 49 jOLCOTT ,

A T.TORNEJf AT LA TV. .Of Vett" known mp-ElectricityjCnemistrjra&dCfeology.; made for the; successful prosecution of. all kinds :M'KESSON t CO, U7-Midea Lao,, 't
b S placed;'ln, his hands, against-the United : and- sole-Proprietor this A '
. loTSVrespeetfolly informs the pulie-generally : iHILOstJ1lllGAL APPARATCS; of business' which our :SoutT'eim."Panter' are JOSEPH E.TR1PPE MeMentant, 4

Utes... . JACKSONVILLE, EA'BT": ri.OB.lDA hat he has added to,the former house twenty-odd 'Philosophical interested Goods bf every description will be poU *jc&LACA, S5Jobn St.-, t 4

ept.L'1S19-1i. :: Reference, "" wore" comfortable rooms;VitVover five:;hundred Apparatns,' Uiat furnishes ample means of expcrimeEtal procured at'short -"-notice and',supplied" at very MONTAGUE WARD; fc CO.S3Mslden tin, ,
feet front, with piazzas'.ia front,and rear, making -illustration in all the different branches pf $L&ntLFROFiT8., ; '.- THOMAS &: JUiWELL/M William St. i8C

B.FLEMrao; ,,;; aVanM'b-Georgia: It. comfortable as any Hotel in .thc South, Natural Philosophy. The sum of three thousand PRODUCE'of every kind will be received on IACXSON, ILOEIN COt3t Wets, i

J. P SANDEUSOW -. .March'20.1851. 'tf' $, which how-win enable him to accommodate over dollars has recently been expended, partly in this sale;or shipment,upon which liberalatJoaucet.toiU '

,,1TTORKET AND COCKSELLOR AT LAW, one hundred and fifty-persons. jUjs table,will be" .-country; and partly inLottdoa and Paris'in,,the he made. Arrangements made fat Shipping Tim .k CO.,10 014 Slip,' ,.4.,

United States Mutiial Insurance under the superintendence ;aa experienced inrchaoe of, new apparatus, adapted to:' the .pres- ber of eveiy quality;,-, ,-,.. ,, .. .- ,.., MAttSH t NORTHROP 69 Pearl St; ," '
: removed his office front Columbia, -
k"tOFFlN fci Pearl St..
I. HAVING T" 1 lonse-keeper.ofjthe Northby-wli6sb.lnd te: fiat.tars advanced state of the Physical Sciences. *;BO Ks, PAPER & STATIONERY eveiy
t to Jacksonville, Dnyal Countyttspeetfully : CbinpanyV himself he shall not be rivalled by.any Il6tln "EXAMINATIONS! variety will be kept on hand or supplied oa shr-. moERSOLL t EoTng323o'Flirl >t 4*: -

f informs his friends that be.'will con- WESTj pTTSDAM'NEVy YORK. the South; being now enabled'by the constant notice;: 'v '-'v'.vThrougVarrangementJiwith- "* :. 'LAyAnNf.sTocK-kqo.u3ohusL *

tinu*the practice of his profession, as formerly.; steam comniuaication with Savannah and Charles- At the"close f ch'stndy, or branchLof study, Jloole PnltiAtnl ;Ime4b.T eon.ct oa 'rub this ijiOii tzu5 if kCaxftfrnWOKAHAM

4 "erefyTennofthesCijcni K..if. GIBBS AGKNT on..to Juaye tbe.Advuntago of the fine markets of he members of the class are-carefall examined, flatter myself that country dealers can be supplied UlI.d b7 Illibi r.siJI sunaIa th fty.th.ib. .
r U.ill attend rat each and .- .hose citiesw In addition; he has made 'arrange.; and at the elose'bf the year,hi nil the."studies'of with SCHOOL. BOOKS onr better term?'than' they IIrtu& sa4'Saul 5 I.UP.AM4 Isetie,

Ii : Court in the several Counties of JUATPORT MILLS-DUVAL'' CO." Ft,A;; tnents in connection with the UoteL'at"fcty times ha year,la the' prestfoce of a Committee-,. the can have their orders' filled in Jew-York.' Neul$$'wtj 1'bsI.iaa. 'iv.ibsir tistI.ly1ss Is sWsCuitbu. -'

. l,: the 'Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County,, of May 22:185I ; If.' ; to furnish fine horses and carriages for tke'ccom- frostees; and their attainment are" communicated It6all be my aim to satisfy alTwho mayfavormelth ix. Ce iii".piatia1-th1i ettiu. OI

1: Hamilton in the Middle Circuit; the A"HipremeCouiat modation of his gaesU.- ; "".."; "" ; to' the Itoard of.Trustees.;. .- their .patronage, ..bothas regards price >*uu4's"S rMrarlIU U'TH* Swuporills, M4fkt

- rThe increasing reputation jrhicb.'the climate of 'RELIGIOUS iNSTRUCT/ON.- and quality. ,. prsfeisbl.i* Iheir uslw&Itoa SI s.rs IXU4S,
: Tallahassee, and the U.S.,Court at St. Valuable Land For Sale; Florida in tbe of the medical ems'The -
; ; r T, possesses estimation In addition- daily morning ff* "* 5 ning -? : AOE N Rid-
prayer -
Amguitine. All business entrusted to. his"care Av 8 Agent for the owners,'the undersigned ofxa. faculty,' for the curo"bf consumption and other, ,* divine worship is held twice or tS'ery Sunday, .- tagOBcies of several:important- PATESTMEDICJSES :CARD TO THB =PUHLia

,t. Will receive prompt attention. fers for sale the following valuable'traets of iilmonary'.disease, has -induced-a-vast increase and the recitatioonMondaytmorning i Is.'always- have, been dbtaingjj among/whichIs:
landto-wit! of travel to thisSt&tO s. during the fall and winter the Greek Testament of 'w'.,-tV tri4eri : sasi aa siis St x.Trk.rsekija .
: A d&rJ P. ,SAnDEnsor, Jacksonville, : seek in ; At'the request his -
who the relief by
;, Dvvat mn/f, ftonda.Jacksonville. .- _,- The Low Tract situated at,the head of Indian months,bf tboso and in view of afforded this tact the a jantjpr guardian j a. student is permitted at-' aa4"Winiie.bsz& fft ssii4,specs. Ie*
river, containing five hundred acres mere or less. atmosphere j" tei any place of worship which himself 'or the 'asp.eoea1 vi.w..ftbsrnI, m.itt.ru. tw.Tewbs&
t Jan. tfMcINT05H has 'determined that'hisJ exertions to
17.1850. subscriber
Also a small tract of woodland in the vicinity parent or guardiafl may select.' Oho member"of Sersaperiih i. Oftbs.iiiaq prsterrMar Iks pztsI t
the which shall bej bestowed
V. of the town Ofj&CkSOflYiUer containing thirty met patronage to'toil the Faculty will attend at each thdifferent: _N iA.N, orlgiBtl Cerasparilie s her* .thlig I. 5. seCiseis iM
shall'be-without or
. )IeQVEEN acres. .-', 'uponbim. SAMUELJ3UFJNGrON.regard expnse. ,- places of worship, .(Presbyterian 'Episcopalian, U iittl IbsI msusrbtw.a UMUITM. jeiw. f4 sheSW

'Also a tract containing hundred acres good Jacksonville EF.'October 3, ls50.! tf- and Methodist,) in the VilUge and note all absen 5Q gly.tb.esasnas by *sfs! 1
ATFORNEFATL47V planting land,on Pablo creek, near the mouth of tees. _', "" '% : V ERVt-UE. Dr. JseobT.wsgad'. CeiaapulUi se 3IY PT.wease

:. "Win..attend the Circuit Courts the Eastern the t. John's river.'. .-, Two, at least, of the -Pr fesore;- 'with their ,,&ndJesb. pb1istojidg. wb.tLr'e srrwl.duIvrsi.

Circuit the United States District Court at St. Tae above tracts of land irillbe sold at reason- ,AtlnntaOa.)1emalo Su1Inary- -'- familia.will reside in tbe College buildings;and irrLi *0, t be tTuit.lPyrd.bg -'

; lois prices and on good'terms. Address ?rH 1UE exercises of this now school commenced will board. -common' table; with tbe students, AC134AU1 : Id'.brvetLo.have ie1,5sI is Ast

, Augustine} the Supreme JCourt at Tallahassee ; Also one half of tho,dwelling house and lot of .a the first Monday in Jnly'laSVunder- who are required to occupy such rooms as maybe Old Dr.'. S Mif iilU pctMMO Wmatdiml, y v ru4 rtjw -

'4 and prosecute Claims for citizens in any part of .and in JaekRonrille, near the Court House squro charge, on t>f A; It. KellamV principal in the literary; assigned them by the faculty, REMEDY WORMS. I..tb&n3' ptU.

. Florida against the Government at Washington, being the same which" is occupied' by Joseph Vine- and his accomplished lady,in' tie-music and ornamental -rla ADIlO mw Id teem te k* the sea.. asaws'alway&iiebi it it ttifMBieumet'Uf

s before Congress'or at the Departments. gan, Esq. with of enltreconrxe' ., \. a d tywbta tw.atist.s brig baa MMa
-either department, assistants high'quali order to admission to the '-- ?
Also two hundred and forty- acres on the cast ; pursue s *. >ad u SSIC ia wkMtowUtlat
Institution will unqucstionablylthe \vthIirEDTcret: lilise pnrpo?u i tax* nmtjbtum K
ADDRESS Jtuktonvilte Lad Florida. fications. :.The be'divided into a student must bet at least fourteen of ;
ft> side of Fleming Island on the St. John's River, years age; it is a poaitivfe afldcan be whiekirteomHitr ttt* kWwTb* bet Oat 1. PTSWCD4"I
fourth third always
four clusses senior. 'Apreparatory.department
pnuiorj'and must give satisfactory good moral depended '
tfy between the lands-of Messrs.Lcwisand '
'May2,1850 George bit Imd.fesai.ti4 as.xpI.d.4
and is Kts srupariJ1a gvsaty
will be' attached to the character and must sustain an examination in the : perfectlsa operation.I .
: Fleming; about one hundred acres of which: ar ; lbs bitbinbg,1vigneI diasetidflk* t.
hammock school, and conducted under the'snpervision of the following studies, 'iz i' L : 1 '
; BIcRob Baker and about thirty acres cleared- The school has been furnished-with 'ear e.toasp.hi-i In I atnccd m*ia sir nfeiciM T Ufci 014
r : J. ert ,. Also'an undivided one third of the late Mrs. prinLipal. .a Arithmetic, Elements of. Algebra, Latin and DARKEY'SARABlA HEMEDY, &iki '
Dr. tl'a. tThta < .i.Letsfuiwse.
fine and well selected apparatus,globes,astronomical Greek.r-Grainmar,' Jacob's' -FeltonV Greek 'An article of great merit and which no one who pr Fir ljo r
Sophia Fleming'dower Island
. .. ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR ATJUL1V Fleming on geographical, "phonographical, sound charts' 1teadoi Horse -- pieio* tatoiw. beflsv uSsr sfl eireiateiisits5* SMS
the St. John's river; a beautiful location. and the first'two' books of Xcnophon's owns a should be without :
; &.O., on a large scale, to be"'seen- and read Anabasis st shoilS n.t besitat. Isgivieg sir ptetsreku Se 024
r maps Jacob's
JACKSONVILLE E. FLA' Also undivided one-thirdofabout thou or Doering's Latin Reader,SRI-
an ten
Dr.Christie': GalvanIc Belt, Brace'let* Dr.3IAb Tw.n4L WItS ilsn ,1.w5,wi A.pebU -
distinctly frOm part 6f the A library !
any room good lust or Cssar, Cicoro's Select Orations and Vir- "
WILL practice in the Courts of the Eastern sand River acres; extedding''to, Situated in Thomas'JVaaiau county, on JS'assau of choice,books also belongs,to the-school pIor l what shall be deemed equivalent., V' -- Keeklee" and J>I* iieUc Fluid, ". .eictasIlv. sr. 1.& fla4 Ia p1'aitb.-eN' : : -
Swainp. .suitable '
. Circuit, in'Hamilton county of the Middle Circuit turpentine'small skirts of hammock for tho use thepnpib. : r ",. .' ""' EXPENSES. / For; the, Rcmoimt;anit Permanent C rr'.f/d p'nWatioa that preYerseee which H (MBU dcMrv Ua,
: granted .
' 4 me5ioi1omud.swefl seth. eb.I.ut tb.pspleM*11'
;In Benton and Hfllsboronglf counties of the to Francis P. Fatio. The scholastic year Will be divided into,two ses1sionsbf Icrous Thscass r. :
: ,
ENTRANCE FEE? If the'stndent enter Freshman venally Bul/iit la Iu fever. "
. twenty.weeks each; there will be at least as And of those Complninta which are'enutby t
Southern Circuit, iu the Supreme, Court at Tal Attorney at Law, Jacksonville BAKER, Fla.f one public examination' session,and a quarterly ;five dollars; if'.as Sophomoie; ten -dollars; an impaired,weakened or unhealthy condition o f ptnip iiorkK B:-'D:'363 cr i it dAne. :t.

: .4 h.btseeeindin the United States District Court News tf.3Jacksonville report will be sent**to each parent i>r guar if as Junior, fifteen dollars;.'aujr if as ,senior* the- r' v, ,,. -. C. G.K*rcaMtS ie Bni L DuQ. ,4.4

' fee: thel;Northern District of Florida ; and"will copy dian, giving a full and fair statement of the standing twenty' dollars."' .r .:. t; C.SER.YO.US! SYSTEM; ,,-,- -,- -. ..*D..waeM.D WThaas 'D)72Cbes'ry Odmbs eviZi'rlagt..tiadv5.li.tartoa. Cs

. ; prosecute.e'1anisagainet the United States before Male Institute ,deportment, and expenses,of the pupil,ay f- Tuition:... let Session: 2d Session,' ? '.This beautiful and convenient application of the M. : Gmewlsb .oz.Bszr.w 1if
; RATES OFVTBrnox.-fPrepa.ratory -t2l 00 f 21 00 -- mysterious powers of GAL\rANIsil andTMAG.NETISAIj .
: and the at Washington. -per .Room rent,. -4 00, 4 00Uso has
.. Congress Departments session, S8j fourth and lKrtd: clasca:l5" *" '--- beeajBapg athtTJnTtelStateto C.
REV. I. '
Being located al JackjonrUIo far life, bewill A. Ml. PRINCIPAL... .J1. aDi -1------ oi43suItA ptUu rorr. ai, oil Library- .- f : -, ..f3Janitor's .be thsnzf.vaat1emediciezdL4iscoery ofth DrG.. S.wby M--a-------1 SDr.
tar, 15;ornamentaL branchesl0ocal music, 2library. Wages, 1 00 1 00 Pep.. .D. hr..ms r.riltk C.
his'entire attention to his 4ge '
and unremitting .'
: E1. 1' Pr&UOtL $36 ftT5gC .
0? D.
1. ;;
and jneidental quarter -- -
., Rales of Tuition. expenses per Fuel for Oratory and Recitation ? .- -t3 E.Lv PiGrui Tti. 3I.D.98 xueme 44
., profession, and all business entrusted.to his cart -No pupil received forales time thaifone see- room,-," 1 .60 1 CO. ?- .D'n.wI-Tcox's. -: H. P.. PrMJum. M. D. 30tfc er.WiJ. ?Is
. attention. Orthography, Beading Defining, Arithmctuf- deduction inadc unless for ,Comp5ttB.l Extract of Sar aparlllat WVTrovtaaa.KJ SUft SUBUa.N EsM
hall meet with and no Fuel
prompt sionj is to the
/ ; afforded students at cost:.,'A'sum; "- .
arid Penmanship, per quarter 40? '. 'Original'of'ZToirnsentts Ciichrist, M. D.-204C&e&I Es
Jacksonville. 4ngust iso.'; ; If Gcojrraphyr.Grammar..' History Coinposi- [ sickness.- :: V. .v .- ,- equal to the probable cost;is;: advanced by each : B. L. P r,o.,. 11. 0. $9 CuiaLJ. '- -
From theireiprieucc and former success, they !!. H. D. Q Oliver ,. ,Es
sition Elocution and 5 00 sUident; if more i$ consumed it is charged to hi Jiif TTS W.WELU'KNOWN B1-MANY Wither* ,
Book-.Kceping, Confident Ch.rl, ?. r ,16S Ci ml>.r '
: feet rendering full satisfactioui Their '' -1- -u. AND f
Jess the balance.is refunded- aly''rivedti'usthat
branches d
i A Card. Higher fan English, Mathcmati- Henry Trimtntr.27 WiiUb it I' jj
: cal and Scientific course,. -> -- .. 6 00: facilities for 'Imparting instruction tare;'rarely -Board is furaiA<5d with the families of the Professor ., **. TOWNSEND.. :'- .&.,K. Dsvid..t5 Xazse -- Es
h1:3Ia leave the State I have transferred ? dvanlages' location need
to equallcd.xThe;; ofjtho wcek. r C..bmsd.J'I-Orie&
at two dollars
:.. The Ancient Languages, "v, .-. ._ -. .__ IQ.00. not be iDcntionod. Access to the place unequallec per -_ did DR.'W1LUOX th -vreceipt-for Be kB K. llaifc fiOd OtuiJ. Es
professional business to J.McRoBEET BAKES, Washing at the usual r tesA ,_ manufacturing the on'sip.al : U.Wstt.SISsbAvee*. .- ,
consists "
. A quarter of jdev'en ;'weeksandftwo" and health undoubted.-, Board can 1)3'bad in the 11 dues are payable ia advanceThe-Tuitionit Vile* L. Cook. K3 8lh Ar* n* .-.' 15
qAtt6rney.tLaw..JacksonilleE.FinInd1ga1I sessions, a day: -9 to 12 a. ra.:,3 to S p.TO. w -' beat familierf on-yeasoo'able tems7Foraxiy: information remitted on application, to All students designed ' V1COrOMPbUzi. C.-JJwilw Cherry -'

( --* such matters as were entrusted to my" Exercises commence"on' Monday" ;the 3d day of ivaritej, >ddress'thfl principal'Atlanta.. for the JWtnistry ;">>- : and that ha did. after the character and-'repata-' B.ejwi-Dsaa. .lA.C X)Sprfeg.- : .-,,'' IsJ..pL.
:, tare by Gen James A. Peden, 'which all interested Februaryneit- -4 -. .- Ga.. = : ';'- oct24-.3ut .Th tuition fee for Modern Language&will'ight Lion was established,as being the most,, -- Alk ttwfl ..U.s.t. f r.Av**a l> ,

will please take noticed January, 185L, ., j., .i.,:--tf; t v dollars per session,10'be paid to the Instr ; .EXTRAORDINa MEDICINE: 5.2.;r.-B yd13aH t f -' 3: *. z -... ,-IS 4.
Ham !
Alfnd JIanb.'Vartik n ySamvrl
Mr. Baker's business reputation .for JAMJS .SIa'LY'AN : Agri nlt r Warehouse; torjn advance.' ..- ? ." l> H0- in the world, for tlie.'ftjijkiiiig" diseases- and Tajlor, 207 CIi.cl.r- -'-. 4D.
S purchased the entire stock'of,agri- For student* tefio'do not design to prosecute:'the aa. Scrofula Conetunptiou 'King's Evil Salt'.Rheum' D.1'&IIJD141 ; : '" :' -'
Street *
Ko. ISJ Tntltiiker; lie'arvB HAVING J..aaOs.W4Ce.ikarsX.yilI.R.hbtsu. .
and attention established to' y
sufficiently ; eak -- _
. -
( Mcs8rs.Dcnslow degree limited Erysipelas
implements runt Courw'rejMtrtrf/or.o ,; .a mtrre ;; HeadJ"Tight Ptar tor.CM <. -' i' 55U
ensure promptness to all matters in his hands. i:5jVANNAI11.GA.i: .-,. .. & Webster; the undersigned J-would'nnriounce to range of studiet ssfurnished.izdaptedto the ness of the ChestI1yipeneiaPalpj .- Parktr, M;D., MjrtU A*. Cama. .

transfer, !is a sufficient manifestation of my .. "WflOLZSAL & 5D nnT.ttI : the public thatthey; have greatly ,increased saul 'spherc and etwrte pf,1zfe'of eaicli individual,. id ;tation of the Heart"and all .1.g[.W D.y..aua.ti Sleigh M. D. 4J Sr.Jaatn'Hnry.r -' --- '-, I.

Bonfidenct in etocK.embracin'g bcsiScs'a'great variety ofotlie sofarassudi 'can':6 ,reasonably anticipated.- Nervous Affections General Debility, FInoT_A1-. .$.'P. L..da. Court r..AUaati '
4 professional ability and Integrity. SIN.. 1VRE.M4NUF4CTORY, articles generally,* of, the following character am The studies of'tETs Course are arranged under the bus -or White, .RhoumaUsm-Syphili?,taver'' A. HototkUa. Jr.r tai.a.--- -. -'1. rssi
. a ChARLES JV.COOPER : ; : : description:' Agricultural horticultural implements """ Complaints, Cancerous Humors.MecurialDisea; C. X. Wright. Cus.hsskst5
. : *
.r : ,; 'foUowingdepustments, to wit**- / J ;Barvood. IS Cots's- : IS
Aug. 29 1850. :Attorney at Law.JiMenOBEIlT .japnne1, IlrlV a'nta,.PlantshedA 'Vrs of every variety;of.themost; *eecnt'and let. Ail ATHEMATJC+t.lJEpAaTJtKST-In which ses&c.&o., : I J. Pr *att. O Xyrt-Avm* .' '

' .'. .. +:-'- .S., improvcrdescriptionfive hundred plows of every beginning with AKthmetip and Algebra, the stutJodtwill i-'Forsome purpose, andno" doubt ,fn :order io P, Head. Smith-oor. Balti* ,., -. Es
: description;,materials for tanners, carriers,and be'carriod,Iscmli 'through tall Itheliiglicr make it cheap;(for the genuIne catfnotTbe madiwithpuf C. C. Smitk.'CIiat m or, BatU -I' I
kinds'of Cooking Stoves and Ranges- J, Be4.. 101II rrtl*A .icr.DiffliU rskty*
S UAKE1t f ;
brass and iron founders
embracing every'artic1used great ) pollute it
branches of Matbematica minerals '
; ending, in /* D. M U1.38 Crui, .
'Attorney at Law, Jacksonville 'E,.Florida the most'apprbvpd-patterns,-.for families, in >their line, including all necessary tools, their application to Natural JkUosopy'Astrono- such as Corrosive" Sublimate, ,Sulpher,, Salts, u-Paraoaa, 71 is --
'" hotels, and ships; and all other Stoves for parlor, &o.,at manufacturers' prlccs-" '"" ". _. Saltpetre, &c;"&o.J ' .CE.CIark.o.n5kG1.wi.I> '- 4.IL' .
NOTARY PUBLIC hall or public ptae .. Stove. Pipe and every description u1y-&e. : '* B.b,3i9Or.eawie Es
sr of Sheet Iron Work'maja M1scr.u.ANEQs.-Roller* and- common gins; kENQUSH ,DEi'AurasNT.-Compriing NoTriiteonsequenceof the above abases, Dr Wa.LKas..28B.siy '

. Commissioner appointed by the Governors olUtejbllowing Force and Lift Pumps Beer Pumps at Lead notice.Pipe jack screws, store;and cotton 'tracks,"-whel bar lnstru tlu in Orthography; Reading, IIoon1.1 n, ,VVlLCOXhfts'concluded W give hisjwhola time -flaviBji.tkeEwitk'sutl: uies cLID -TOTII-

Wi States to take Testimony, AffidalU Tin Plate,Sheet Iron, Wire.Galvanized, Iron, &c-> rows, road scrapers-,- hydranlie rams;Toree pumps Grdtuwnrxiting,GeographyI1iator Cot andtalents, ,to the manufacturing of, PCBLIC.ps fo/th 57 T !Sixty Pnicwsa4Dnsg8
tent;chains facilitate. the -dr
- > and Acknowledgments to be used therein.t'Maine CASH purchasers of, Tin": ware can bo supplied pa and French burr millstones*wing'.waterGeorgia calcine castings ; position?lThct.orloLogic,Intellectual Philosopy HIS'OW&\QRiGIKAL\ COMPOUND: lata* Citj.f,N.twT.rk.: U* rilstitsasrita, .1 Lbs lye
. ; Moral 1'hUosopby Political rauimar Story in ttJ primeval state of.vegetable T.we..4 stn&rtlbj l'h1.k
on ; 14-
prices as low as they can buy in New York or purity4lh great-prstbrsss
w 1. Virginia, else whore.,, Orders from Florida, Soul Carolina ; .Plaste'rers and raw f farmers; plantation1 the(.onstltutlon' 'hlosophy,..Ornithology'Nata.ralTbco1ogy 'the afflicted of-air:classes ,may havq a healing JJTMM4 i* favor of OLA p**JACOB WTJIXKO$BAX.

wI .- 'Vermont, North Carolina, and the interior,Are solicited. '- .':. bolting Mills;: corn clothe and, picks smut, reeds mills, shuttles; screwsmill,,and, general irons emeats. ofCritiolsm- '- .. '-nd-, vidon'ur baLaxforall'of.the above;complaint. And -from S APAKULA. vw tiU asS, by Xt; $.P.Tsmsnd. WI.tbe .
"- his knowledtrd for the last a.Vnf ..
J ? Massachusetts, South CarolinaGeorgia ,Aug.291850.; ; :1; .. tf finding for cotton and woollen manufactories.JUACHISEKT ten v thawnt.dcrful E r.1ged,4.a.e tOld r3isIy Hint 1wtl.'sPIalIU.we .
v .vulfc* iCt '4a>*'**MDI +ssti s\vdl&.l f ft which healingpropensities ofbis compound, h TealS, tiforseaslstfs'sii7'tsssun4 lbs s1st'e
-' 4.S ; Connecticut, ..- :.MILL TOOLS, fcc.-Having th will imparted an acquaintance with all that is Hesitates not to say/ to-you,that he wafraots a Dr. Ja.ob's$IIIiU1II$,laiSsel -IP's Utisl%
. ; N ;vrYork- Alabamat .T. 'VLNqE'S agency for various aid extensive manufactories, necessary,to qualify )'outh'for the Immediate duties cure of A: r and'Aticsaf the-above Tdi30rders-'if

:. ; PnnyIvan .Misssissippi. SEA ISLMD ROLLER COmyotSSifHllie we 'be'prepared at all times to furnish every of the counting house; including// persevered in according the""directions' Don't : :i & C.elie ZsitIaser x&J

: Iaare Texas. species bf machinery on the shortest notice.- :. 1; Penmanship;.an*original, anipojuIarsysteul'of say that--you bare tried Sarsapaaillaraui CsH'WuhIa, Dti .fC.taJ
:k ,' hare ,. Leiwte' '***
-The market CUfr. -
highest priefes paid at all times -for this 'whIch *'j
"toin'formbeJL art, 'variably produces a- not been beneflttcd-bOyoa won ttry- Dr.. D. W.nyss$ & 5 ia. 'kUs.Is -
; yand! ., 'ang.l, lyJamcsv Sul>scflb r'begs"ieav wool,sheepskins, and hMeLAU produce of the .bolil;finished hand,peculiarly adapted to the J,hO.. Bwwm. PettrrilUJ.W. ',- 5.', .
/ planters of Fea'lslaod Cotton and the pnblio State.received and sold for tho usual commission of tho accountant and business 'purposes '' \ -- -DR. 1VIL V AA O. -"<-:, -- S1WIItOC..FbSZYmS. ; Es- -' ---

: : W Brjajiij, ,that he can supply them with Jiis double andsingle' '- $. cVIl HOYT& CO;, ,. 2./irfeftmrtrc4-Compri6ing man abbrevia; For,there bar been: many of tb7e.-nmV got-TO -.L.wU Soaald*k C.., Al! *Uw.BxtiBink -di- '.-, '
the -* -
.-' '' :: > a;:. ..f "5 iNK ted niethods' of- on epntation of thlsartieloi'and We tell'you NichtWubigto* ',; --3J'
} : Arlo1iT: C6tJJStLLOB-ATLAW I I7t-Bay strfett.SavannahlGai. computing interest.: Discount, confidently.that the "* v r. Crocker.7T.vBrwaiviUl' ;Es -
:SEA TSIANDV ROLLER-CotroN GIKB. Equation of Payments.;&0'and other Mercantile \ -U. Allies. Pike K.s' 4s- '
: attcnd to Professional business in the CourU No: doubt is longer entertained they best 'REFEjtrBlES>-Messrs.>Padelfordi'ttyCo.: calculations founded j : ItOOT Jo)15 71ea.lax. NtUb1rgh4..- .: -
are on percentage ; : '
;together with B. Jx B. rrl IJ.nleiiUwaCyr 4. -
: Swift;, Dcnslow.fc,,Webster. isjlhough T :
dhSatCflCCitOfFlorIa.snd1.n tb Federal Gins io use, and the'Subscriber flattersliinisolf, f toct21tf.DYINGAND all such operations as are requisite for a'thorough xcellc>t tio'it3tonaliticX.oi f Ihe. J.L.y.iyl.edm; ,1. -
from'the general satisfaction he hits : most inferior ingredients B.tl., Jr.( L&bibkds'
Court for.the Northern District of Florida. 'given for the -- knowledge of the business f1a counting-room: tais"may we'not truly
"" lag' seven years,he will receive their support, ., : SCOURING., ; -3.'Boik.kerping-ing1ean4 Double Entry,by say IVtrnde'r.IVorkiag 'Compound (- -'? -. -J.b. H.rto. %. abr,,,,, "dS"Is; 1'lpbzsIaP.LvtsB1o 1- _-' -

> : .ALso'A'crNT Prices tow, and the OiaS made of the best ma the most approved methods.- .A complete -course : Now.friei b; these.assertions'are'-true 'to,,:the ,Lyeet k Cbe.dIer.l La eeb ie.B.R.Lyo de- -* '

for'sefteral 'Business, in the'State' / respecting terials and-workmanship. .'' : : ]-' -S TAflL1'1-I'NT of Instruction this branch will be furnished h letter?but.w* say:.them not to injureanr,ou but S -.- .I, >..VeBtree>- -,I. '

>tr at4 and;donations of lands, and the location ; r. Boxcf;AND 'BRCSHSS ., -' signed ,to fit the student to take charge of any set because we hare a rightto".tho: benefit, of truth,* P. Lv.es. t1ra..y 4.- -
-r eelflag tbereo. for sale !i1pan. Cins 'repaired,. at.tbe lowest.. (lUSAR-'OF- ) of account books ., ., and lUs alao true thajifyon WOJ'eall--pif we ,-
: -' .
-, ntn. ?: -- THECOUftT.GEO .4th.Axs: ., willgirey nanicslwa resldencej-orpeopTe'whbi '' W. S. floyd.Ustist" Cs"V.tevBM -,

J_ :. '-ALSO ACEXT .- --: ,-Agetsts', ._ .; ,, prising seleetioifrom the jEngliah-and"Mathematical hayttlwencared of.diseases whfch.bas.astonished & '
I VILLEUWOA St'AciosTA courses add also not only themselves'.but their physicians 'and abo ,., Sebsr :
( rtle1lect1on; of Claims upon' the ,Centrevillage; G' ; >Sunreyidgi Botany, ,
J Ignited MUMFOED & HARRIS, 3. 1. iLIXAiTDERGALLOWAy,; M inerdogyLGeQloUiQbcmstryanA14grionitu.al '- names"of sonw..pi.'our;beH 'pnysicians', -who'are NK. 5atsb.Wsksws. ,
, .t&teIr for.Military or. other enrices"pension8ioppliei' ; ; < NA; ILtiUKe. Savannah;Ga* ', ; ETDltNhiAki L .bisriends'foj Chemistry;-the last tiIIuratedby experJk ii5iig remening an4 aeUmgr.larg.quanu-
th -
1 fornUhcd volunteers, and' for )orscs'or B. F. SMITH, Charlegton; S. U.8. .-. Jff /; fa VArshe.bas received since he mental lectures.-; ". ; ?t ;> / y -: tics oD\Vilcox's Compound. 'Borery care

other prppifrtylosf! for wliicU'the: United, States'. business this city ia 1832,and would cvmmancec state to his -6thrA', Civit vENaixEEa--DKpASTXE f-nln- eon"ful to'get ow'tbe that with.the 'nam* ''oJ, 'M ;WtL* Cbati**V. Bator.. Knark.- M. J, '-* : -
isJ1abIe. tt Co.j Black Creek; El F.T. .-' friendflna tbe' publio generally, tbal.durthg hi 1z which are taught Arithmeticmental and-writ. onteidolAel Ior-yo may be in. J.A. ,.Bt.* .- Cs ->
O. HoLxes &Co. J / ten. Jured rather than benefltted. '' '- !rA iWctkiaa '
< F late yiait London, and.Scotland; bo has ) (inntaI am ;written.Cieosiew'y : : ; B.X1.i Taua 'TtM <* ?
., Address Jacksonville. East FlorIda & KING acquire 'If wish to know 4sbe *.u47, Grsfse ia --
, i.PATTBfcsml Burnt HOT, Gai" rariousiwiTrovemonts connected,with Trigooometry-Suryeying, (with the use otIntra'mnt. you who this flr.Wilsox I'We i, J&e.b?1.rs...Cb..t.**" aAUi,4Ary.X1ds
A. A. >RLoR FDarien, Ga.; f. tnthe JIeldlracticAI Engineering Arch- Jra tbeprjvUegeofrefeg to th first meuf ,'. .-,- Cs .- .-
;ff- : Osczr'Hart, JKO/8..FTLEB.- CorBcaufort-B-. ,AND..FRENCrLCtEANlKrG! lecture; Psspeet1vranghuog'au-'ropea,. .tho onsnntty. ;- -- 'A. WUk1ns'Pa5.e KM T1t1.- '4O
GEOKOE Lfe which ho Jrusfs will'enable '- ?bOau J. .ra.k N.r4
BROW.I, Ne wnsngvIHe;E; F; hinj o glVeigencra phv -
472'ORNEE4,7'j,4JrfrCourtboae cuiI.r A $t.ka l .
I Wic. DetL, .",1- ,. satisfaction'' tiQ. who may"please'to.'favor him 'TEAifelu tEPARTa ;TW'conrse' And corner.Greenandd &averits. --P.v..r;Lrisg&1IWIfl sso.,b..t teas. r :
P0c' npon.the Second floor atlhe- A, WATJCRUAS OcalSj E* F, :4: with.theff patronage.v, vI of -tudy'will"consist of a :judicioui selection," of iold bDpiggiats01cr Albanyjnd BOIL Ckudler k C.. ds 4'--

c; ."f" ; Forsy tlutreet.v ,J.w:1L&R3oN; Orange Springs;EJ1/ > cVdk aniwoolerf'DresscsV' 'Shawts; io- sol jects. from.thei'otljer'dBpartaaents; thecouatry.. 8. C. Cerdeer -
: .LLflSs tlB ,
0 4SMU4Jlf Kmrjjranches'pnrsued : : : -E Es
; ;Wstj.prasUcelthe, several counties of the. 'A.DuK5AR&Co.-' King Ferry and Traders andllyed variouicblors.oaj'tocDre! good alt in our common- schooli .. Tetrtdge k Ce.CeorakekBlaaokar.- d.'- 1.
a "Eastern ClrcattoT Florida, and 'attend 't 'the Iuhl.i, ', '1 ". .>,; .' 'J'-i- J'jTHOMAS "." *atisf ctionc. Table;Cover? cleaned pi' dyed ai -Pr otical Lecture*'will alsoJ ':giifejj oft" School 'Cs 1* '-

: .- ; "VANCE; may be required J ptleraensgarnaeasreubvatc r whiug,both as a Sflienpe and as ftrt !., be'dCi by;* eettiflateatt&hed to I U.Be.tk a.5;'i.ibrnsu .-
S :: oloctlo ofcIa1r iigaIiit bi.T States an eacl 'bottle Z. DrdLey ., ,d.it: ?
1d fo st. fl'a-ry*;G'2fij 80/1850.' -' :tf, V-\ .in the same good styKas forinisny'Bo as not to be< 'u'pils will not only thuevetbe.f'dIcs in-' each ofcTuwneoud'a! warcll rtiaea that '. C1 N.r*.., N..rtk 5ieau' d.'s' '

1 :I4ItlJLIerYiGel'aId ter IOT8lDdL.OOthcr .'. '. '!-yf <*' .,v'r -> sarpassedby.nnjr.done ; or-'dycd *w 4 iI noydn*relaivett} the best*and;tfoskjojiular.) r tJttjct0JIIIP0ll5dcdiindmad; W.4&esl1spaEsa.
lost may be roquind.JLadies' bonnets:dyed1 black! m thodaof James1 R; CWUon ChemtiVwho J*W., Dre.ah.Wr.Ct.st..4A.5Sci..tto .. -' :
property teaching, ;
fc or destroyed by troops in said servicef .. ; buthefwiI4'jJgop hat'optupittef ha : :----
.,. .1J tI e.'TO'HbFFICEflSj .- : cleaned, and pressed siipcri'or style.Ladies of ? been hrdfor} that purpose, &bw i ',*. .
t:414so: eUims for xempljfyJBg them,byhparln j reX S. Qslmby k C* .AMkaa>*t"B 'Z "T \-
pensipni of disabled iwldierf,or and GcnUeme 'sId. GforVcbane'a'fter thC ci stion In the lower departments"of ihe Instilatn howtilooksjwlien this Chiltoz resWelSftiiWK5 -.W. K.' -

JM widows and q'Dbasd.ce&ied soldiert.' .- AtJYOLDE1Z. -most approved London fashion; ; : -* : l ,,, fnt 1'hLe ,1blo ;$:gTest, gu ,,B jjSnSawSSit--:
OF:2'JIE ; IvRAL'-w4R4; JAtC' Ir.M., lClJCk l J ; ImPoaiti9n the
: AlsoelaiinsforboitttylAn'dtooffldcrfandtbidler -- h.abceuappolntej4' ii foftndwniJAtteniR A.t Miiritrrror5-JIopEE t-EAJ oBAoraT Pubonialcn1 to de .'C.EC.3t..reakli*
5' :_ THEREOLfJTIQj; The the In which'stodents who"wls& tftkVtt eejve the unwary butsdge'ye for tki.tsr AObaBSIOW Ce -.
,ajid the widows ,_, to thorough: youreIyes.
orphans Jsase
doceaied ofccrsMd'oldicrss And 4tO'foryeral 4 0: R.flt. Wts.r,4U* 4-4
reception delivery of work in hincli '
-* AcrpfCoDgressi'oiflcers And'sol- Jacksonville ani i m arso can havean opportunity ofdoing oj wjifl incIudinir-J. ofifVegetab) 1'lfls, .O. C. PtU.brj,' --4a: ES'.
: i BYa'recent the surronndhiff"country: Terms, ,. Dr IUbbar4'j,0tnowa '.
d. moder'ate 0< e whosg,objoet Unaybe. tf acquire- sufficient "Unti. JOsusa'B..eewi4' -'- "-
gItnQi1to hate noFrceeived) 'sro.entitled ''Mreh 21.'Isr* '>.- ', tf *-- kn Bhiouil1s11 and Vlt4cir '4 41j. j0 ..assrt4..< '
: wledge translate Bg-o: Uie
!1Yinc14, to UOUNTjT.-IrANDvfor jerviees ofonontl -- -' witljfacilityand-toi.pro-: fo i'ny.part ,8.I.* SaaMra 4. ,*a -, .,
*tlO' xaialBjtiU svand noords, and ascerlalninc or more it-'the widows, and minor children cf.thosa : -L. ,, nounee with tolerable correctness ius 4 ihoVt 4a ofhCoontry -'i A. AakrMNvBftMvn7 ,-.- -3 -
Ii.I 'XUtatloliudi ., .' time:as possible,'are also Provided forfxl ;9*> rf attentloua'. % -,, e i vBaaxmU TMO WalMl* t, -- --it"a1; i. -.
,' :. :< : deceased,ire entiiled.: ;Hit Subscriber>viUund9rtake'ataimo4Eate ytteinRtietiozz | ;s. f >iacWj i C&w f \/ ; v

ntrt.4 iln ; :4j twfll.tiieef Wit of thoj 6 interested he by leetuTeau4 Otjievwfse n4 I % vT -i 1uw csati.-s A #
'Jiaring been emrbyd ( Subscriber wofeld respectfully, Batons elate In D8ltntatlon -' ; :Jacksonsflep, v.
# In public offi o for Mr ral rear*, hUexpcricncela -the ltIeDsOfJacken'p1Uen4 Its vicinity an4 IatngI1sh tomposlUos L"

uca matters wilt enbI b110Taffor4roat tJiat le a.tsknthscoms; J**>u !|*tt oonnecwcnnai'Uia'fcutitution" .
-formerjy' -
;occupied ef i-C. % -T - 4.
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q .. ,, facilities-to Claimants for-LAND ANDFjCN.SIGNS _< ...jl.',&molcrf9ii.a lawv offlocf,where lie 4abfr ?s_s5JMii- **J:', g-aafc :, '
4 ', : -ind theni -'--
agreatJealof trouble
Ithinb .'a 4-t?. -earkAeademy l. ,&
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an&.ezpensqWbere.bobtoiuanotbiug-zo wUTendeayor.lo; .merit,ishafe; ofitbiWbliapatroBaget li7 late A k -
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-. r chug. is mde4n letter ps&-pni4w1U rocelveprompt tieiwiU kecpeoniitantiy on- hand re-organlsatlon f tbi*department ot ,JudgQ Wto& -- S ieasY'Order8 -
Delaware "- ..th. BoardTofTrustee; JSRSiSwKtt received fmntszejtekiot(OItsj* '
attention;and- Uto-necesaaxr-farms and ehoce! sjwttnmlMjr tewh-Bro4i.Cleths hare mission si
4 takr : Administrator ,
A' of the
., r iajKifpftrnji '' v-Atttlrr&nJ1' THmniiniw "#'fc* MAU masi3 jO/'place itiipon e tate -S&ur D Ce1ebrte4 : thjnIja t ktPofltofly

.. i1l be vtJe. torder.ou 4II ost. teuoo.bl hfAyAV tOUtinfledt4dOw iriti 4lvult& nd rnynta naif4 ( ( ;

i'- ,.. .; Wsjjthgton, -. geaposeeed bfewswilarlastjtution/, pr.ona Whvarraniit to be-aeE -k :

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