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: July 3, 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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Again we waited patieir8 At"length they TilE GHttAT B ARTIt TJAKJa: W CIXILt. j -S. I'
of Daniel B one. lamented.l dhor W 8w lelTecrlaltansesaDdifneideBtS'ififhisdemlh th
neemed .to revolt, at ;be"g any longer .the 'r **iv***% lines,by aVoang lady o f aljutralM Kccrljr. Dettrej d. ;- ad the attoiyi: .pitoa-
Austria and
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The jailers! they, permitted ns -_ -- : Tb lrageyy at Vncb, 5ttukingpubhicmanjfestatjo0f ctfor! th
Kentocty, were written a the .time of ibf hope that oh the anniversary:of our arrival From theValparaieo Reporter, burg hi aakent'* deesensatiou"inajlparts his memory..and sympathy*hit fampy. and mfliat'gbeL'was; dw nteDyThei- ilI Conference Carie*-

pro_ remoTal of'the asbes of Dunn. at KutalijaVxxu' liberty. would be reared.- to :!1 tie2dof Aprilit6 1.2 A1LXal,. ofthctate.Tb WbOieiibDrpyzuga We'chose.to44ledieateomi; of the
Boons from tbeirresling 'place in Missouri ns. paraisb was Visited by one of those: calami" JpnruaJ, of which bat a day blf rehea J bad ; artd tbetVtHteeaa obtbe efeattdrf'
'beloved Kenlucky. Well, this anniversary has arrived ties frequenVln'valc nccoantries..J"" hsgh station'rn the91zinunit iof been the .ioidncto 'tozbe reelIeci1onand by ;
and at,
to the BOH of bw adopted Behold the consolation which the anniversary Tbe severest "shock ever felt' since the amlabledfrpoghjo&and pe& 'MidernCan.or the regrets,awakened bra niethbrance of condition by them thai the General Confer
They are adapted to the air "Carry of our detenton has brought to.us great ..earthquake .thear-J822, wheftValparaisojwas meet in the'stnjtjed: assail each other'wilbj thatconnexion "H"*dmy- one a tegardlorjheJeeLnes ence'of the South; wastdnly and'properly
"-a melody appropriate T most solemnly protect, agamst this act.I almost has deadljcweapons'and .are : of this
roe back to Old Virginia, totally destroy ed. ; act :pan-fed commadity wookfubt organized j"tbat "be Southern heneScMrws of
as well as touching, from the fact appeal from'it to the eternal justice of God, created a panic not"equalled ,by any, former till fxP1?*! officer who interferes is danger wrmifc&urjto.be, entirely-"sil n while the fund,'did riot lofeanjblh.eirrights by
of the and to the judgement of all humanity event. *" / ; V' .' busty! injUr d'lndbih' reieiv'ly "mortalwounds. iber was othiDg m tfc .'feeluigj and ni- :heneworgankationYUjattbeyar5iJToper..
that Virginia was : birth-place As for myself 1 and companions iu misfortune 'The' OfaMr '
A severe trembiing Flhe earth -of'"fifteen meats Terry, m hiV ylngcmomentji, *
ly Sbuthern'Conference
represented by
brare departed pionefr: I Jeel4 bound to 'declare before' God! seconds duration, prolonged by: less Violent .on the.provocation that:ihe public abroad which forbid 'us. to 'apeak:of bin .wh< andthaaCcouatsbould. *be taken,> n4

From a lonelj grare in Jfissonri *fl&. and humanity, that,\ve are reduced to that aftershocks to two jtoinutes, which two win; nwjbat.bloodis! >hed.before they are apPP1. though his adversary; in a Jjriefand fearfur the fandeqnjlablydivj"ed; ,,"'j' '
A mnnnuring voice then came: pitch of despair al.wbich .men take counsel utes appeared sopanyhours to; those"whose *(W existing qospdis.,J One 1 of theseia&e'bSbeei encounter, nowJieaasquietryaa he., beneath Tbejcottnsel: for the defendants contended '
of tin We -& noble band, onlyat their honor, re' ardJess of the consequpnces lives and"property were endangered,' nitarrietf but a' few:weeks the sepulchral shadows.: the Methodist Cburch'was a religious society
Sons nnmcLiit or of the scalidal of..,collisions hails >' short 'atime'r-'deslroy"ed7BP*" l to "ft.'younjfami lovely \rife Probably, *[It will not be expected of us to'indnlre inany.longaod orjhstitutibn, subjectto the lawpf public or
If Lffl ye earnest rerere my I breathe, whichtnay; be provoked,'determined .to die hundred dwellings, ajiffhas made ah when be left her,on that:fataPmomingr&hebad Ilabpredc enlogy'! ofJames D. charitable uses? that the'jpropirty jof..tbe -
to the prayer rather than submit to a prolongation of their number ;oftpersonsb'ouseless. not-the:slightest intimation of.impending Saunders.; Here* where hewa'Born'andrfared Book CoucernVas,held Bobjeejt to the otaa o
And my ipirit shall pine no more ; sufferings. -Louis KossOTB, It is generally*believed that from the-1 violence tr"C>nble and daoger.. Can mortal imaginatibiT -araong those'who havPknown him agement.of the ecclesiastical jurisdictions of

Oh,bacten to carry my ashes chore.Oh. .back, Kutahja, April 13, 1851.JdgeUtD.a1d of 'the shock, ten orjfifteenjsecpnds conceive'thejStunnyig shock ,ttpon.hergenile from his childhood, no endorsement from the, said church, to the use following-viz: to be
'To my own Kentucky have the disastrous breat,:when tbeyoung"bridegrbom writer of this artideof bis
more would brought ton same many generous appropriated tufoi the benefit jbl the traveling
OhcsrryznebackTo twenty sgo.
.carry me back! year consequences as the t eartbquakeJn was bre&ht. ihome,' the bloom forever faded aad'jinanly .qoahties, w "needed.' His ;'aquaintance < -: snpjnnmerary,,sapcraBijua jd and,worn/rat
my own Kentucky shore ; "As a Union man (ex-Gor.-McDonald) 1822, though the,houses at present are gen. [roto his cheekf.od 'theJUooJp6ttrinj4iUoat ; ; wa> nnosnlly I.n&1UIpO1 tbeiye iani4en ,
Oh,carry me back! Oh,carry me back repudiated nuJification" as a political heresy eraliy built in a:more .substantial, manner, current from lhat, heart wb ich bad just nlarity iad oolithiiwithiath fanpe of thatacquaintance. at said concern wsa Wginally commenced,
To my own Kentucky,bor.. ouautljorised MrrRlaJisou affirmed, by and less fiablejo-fa.11.: / :% heat i .warmly by efside, "t,If,any spectacle Apart from the domestic Virtues by,traveling.''preacbera, arid has beeh held,'
that plattorm, while he recognized secession Thimotioncaini f'rornthe south,'and 'dfc could bcTlnore deplorable! it was that bf the which rendered trim the idol and the inore' especially since,'1803vioVcbnhex4on
In tie days of old, my chosen home when occasion should demand it."-Federal reeled its course north; notwithstanding some other Tictim, with not only wietched wife pride'of his family, his most striking characteristics ; with, and In subordination,to! the general

Was the -dark and bloody ground; Union. of,the northern ports, Copiapo, Coquimbo, ,wailing over him, but tkddren*.innocent.and 'were cheerfulness "generosity and Annual Conferences oftheiharcn, who
The music I heard,was the panther's scream, .As a Union man he repudiated nullification and Cobija. have only felt very slight symptoms pncef joyous? children, gazing/with mingled courage-. 'His; dispositionwas,'genial and are; the managers of the'charity ; thal tjia
Or the night! wolf howling round. did lie 1 Aye, he did more than that. of'the shock, and it is" supposed that Ioe and wonder upon a .lather's mangled kindly, his,.band .as open as day, and his I church "through its Annual. CoaferencA-
But the haunts that in life 1 loved the best, He sustained Gen.Jackson's proclamation the motioti, though severe, has not spread' body Deata ever an art welcome visitai.t, spirit higjjr.and cbivalmusl such managers, can:not be:,de'prived ot its
In death arejfcie no more; that proclamation which denied both the over much territory.- From the south, Con-, puts.on new horrors wben.be thus,appears. He had attained his twenty-sixth year,and control over the lund, unless,by the courts
Oh, I keg briny slumbering dust to rest % right of nullification and the right of..secession ception, Talcuhano, and .other places,: 'we 1'he'etemesit champion 'of. Honor nay stifle had been married seven'short weeks,* to'a for breach*of"trust: and the tiusteesare accountable
On my own Kentucky shore. ,and which threatened to execute the bave received no intelligence up to this date; his emotions -when he glances' upon" the lovely-and beautiful!"wife. Never;-never, to the.church and its judicatories
Oh,carry me back, &e. laws in spite of the nullification secession buffare led to' believe from the irregular motionless clay which was'oue bonr ago a will that last scene 'onseparation pass from lo pay ovet the* income in alfilment ot, the
of South Carolina. This is not all be did course'of the motion that the effects have living man, full of thought; sensibility, gear: the recollection of thosewho beied! it.-. trust under 'tbeir f direction j-that the beneficiaries
The quiet shade and the mountain brook, as a Union man of that day. In repudiating not beerfsevere.- erons affections and buoyant aspirations ; he But jn thejangnage of !the warm-hearted L or persons for-whose benefit the fap4is

Afar from the homes ot men; nullification he repudiated The Kentucky Constitution, we-have ascertained, has not may'look- unmoved upon the[; Worm, that Editor of the Liberty.Sentinel, "we shall not held, have no estate in or right to the int
The fires by the Redman left to die, Resolutions of Jefferson, which asserted suffered.. We bare received further accounts dwells in'what was but how the' tabernacle attempt to depict the.'voiceless! 'wot' of the come bf thndtseIf'eicept sAlt is given

Were my sweetest pleasures then.I the Joctrinethose very resolutions which from the captain of,a vessel from the south; bf an immortal 'intellect; hut-can he regard, generons-bearted joumied with deadly foes behind, the lateSoutnern, Rights Convention adepted who reports to have felt a severs commotion. without a :'shoJdcT' the living death of leso grief of.the floating..mother -the stricken I tees'are not Ifnder the'control of the contribrntors'to
Hunger and death before as its platform, and upon which he ex- in the sea, forty miles off San AhtbnioJ; late wives, aud.thevcrins'ofwoe that prey hopes of the devoted sister,whose heart-ten the charity ; that the*Southern dis.
Oh,let me lie where I walked in pride Governor and fats party now stand-he, as This confirms us in our opinion that the motion 'upon"hearts thus bereaved-hearts consigned ; drils siiapt when be Jell, because they could L tricw which SeCeded are no Jonger.ja eon
On own Kentucky shore. a Union man, repudiated, in the days vof of the earth has been very,irregular! j to 7a colder 'and 'deVpier grave" thaa.tne not be entwined -nor shall we. enter the: nexipn with the" LE.Cburehw1i.hh; ;
my Oh me back, &e. nullification. The temperature during the earthquake earth-a grare'opon whtcb no 'flower''of chamber of the young wife, whose bbpeslie now composed "of' that portion of .the mem*
carry uHe asserted the right of secession. .atWe was hot and oppressive, but 'no alteration- hoW can ever bloom-dews of consolation shrouded in her bridal robes to ask after an I be'rs who ''remained ia it, and ire, identified

Trials and toils and triumphs were mine, could successfully defy the Federal Union took
ach as brare men only knew: or any other press to prove that Gor McDonald 62. ., ? -- ; witness'the-ravages of the wintry'stormwhich I power to consent to radryisioa of the prop
Sons of the West-who at ease recline or any Union man in the days oi The American frigate Raritan let go. her *ff We pretend not jqdec54e upOn.which of fA Iras overspread the morning X-of' hei,rS'pi1ng. efty.shd if they bad, their condiuonwer9 !
I encountered these dangers for yon.Jfow South Carolina nullification, asserted such lead immediately, and had great difficulty in' the fallen' the ch'iefblameof tLe fransacti:<& S not complied withy; and. that"ib ;.seceseon,
my hardships are done, my strength it right. They asserted the right of revolution hauling it in ;;theconvulsion at the bottom rests'The blood,of bothofthemT, .in'o.ar Besides'the Masonic Fraternity and the if legiumaie, and'fully uthorized.7and _consented -* .5
as the Constitutional Union party now, nain- ofthe, sea having caused it to sink three opinion, lies not. so inuch;upon,themselves Horse Company, of each of which be'was aroeniber I tto by the'churcHj wbuM not ,entitle
is wanderings gone and sorrows are o'er: lain it. But that the framers of the Constitution feet in the Band. as'npbn that r murderous PCBLIC SESTIMENT and the Volunteer Corprwhich be! the plaintiffs to any part 'of the, funds with

My to lie in some lonely spot contemplated withdrawal of any The motion of ttie.earth was observed to ,which'fanciions and-apprpves such a mode commanded, hit.bseq&wswereattended by ran out an 'express, agrfem.ent san :puej .by a, I
Oh give me shore. .State"at its pleasure from the compact, witb- be of less violence in some'parts than others, of sttlling. personal difficulties: We have immense procession citizens abd friends; cuurtofjnstice, [ 1 --c -?

"On ray own Kentucky out regard to the rights of the other State, not a hundred yards'.distant*, so much 'so, not the unspeakable temerity,to suppose that and when tbe.Iast'rttes were being performed,p *' The, court took* make- *,.and- dedsri'd -- Q
Oh, carry me back, &c. is a doctrine, which,though Gov. McDonald that nld anil Hpravpil "hnnspa in Rome, nartl anylword of oars cart affect that Public Sentiment. tears stood in the lyes,of many who were no) cec- ., V.- ; *

The call we heard, and there hastened away embraces it now, he and all other Union stood the shock better than newly and strongly If it be i deano sricli ap'peats'asthoserwhich of his family,and sorro wjqtt ieveryIaci.Al9oines&wassuspended :
brave and band, men, in former days, united with Gen. Jackson erected"edifices;'arid those'houses in'the 'natftroat1 the ch rie,1hdUi1it the mani/esta- ?
A generous : in repudiating. structure of.which the most timber has been ; listenlihmbTeJ: to the"waifs desQlate tibns'oT'grief'and" respect were such .as we THE BIGRFOSION
To find theold Missouri Hero's land.lonely dust, The inconsistencies and contradictions: of employed, remained almost sound; widowhood and helpless infancy,'no human have'never before witnessed ui behalf of one Th'ere ranjrtheoretjeal..' errors which

In the far the Southern'Eights Convention are remark During the eventful 15 secotidi .the, hour tongue can tnelt rtr obdurate soul.. .Ballet so young-while deepTeelin j of sympathy ire'exfe'nsfvely circulate&anefteral17'.be.
And mountain and river with grateful care, able for their absurdities. The Secession party see rocked to and frb as so,'many vessels at it tbe-reFpbnsibility bf the'dedsjvhich for the afflicted family.prevaded aft classes ieved, only because,floti occasion ..hasever *
We bore his ashes o'er, occupies new ground in the history of sea'V : ""-' it-has produced ;andj wheh inq u jsi! ipn,for and yearned in very heart. ,. occurred ;"cJ.l Ung l"jp truthiOt fatuityref

And we gave him a grave in the sacred earth our country,and they were afraid t>avow iL i, -Hot a breeze of'air'was' peiceptible during blood is'nadeylet it Beek' not trfe'scapVjnst ;i. .And now,'we believe we'express the wishes such: theories by that close and jigid examnatibn'wlthwbich -

Of his own Kentucky shore. They wished to get upon tometfiing' recognized the,whole of.the day,'and slighter shocks ?etribqtibriC'by*the",cry, "AthImybrotbiri of the friends of both. parties, when we : JDCB.of ordinary prudence
\Ye Jf;. borne him back, &c. as orthodox. They evinced a desire continued at 6.56 minutes,,8.55 minutes,and kee1errT ' _"i. : ,, indulge the hope that the mantle ol silence and iacityjuvestgiiethe principles whkh
to rot upon some authority; 'and lo they 1O.55"rninutesand have continued, ever 'Vesit' here injhesnineeentji"eentnryi.rna will be thrown 'over- this most unhappy they are about ttf:"adoptasmlesoi actions
Dp a fair rt UH,with a river beneath, attempt tojanp upon ne"platform of'the since,"of more*or less strength and duration ; civilized land, and beneath/the.broad.noonday evebU Let time, come with, its eobthing influences It Js' a'welt eskUished.faeXithat;the iaos"j8buniandphiloeophicalmiodt"n

singing Maing tune, Virginia, and- Kentucky resolutions: But even at this moment of' writing, ori""lhe! 7th of Cbristiad.rcail'witbiIckiing to them who, sink. beneath ,their its abstract
I, the holy earth, that pillows tb head the heavy 'sorrows, let it ome ttt,brighten:.the i The
attempt failed. They leaped'dean over insL at 11-2 P.-M-t a short bat: severe motion hearts the pages that aell of. Rome's gladialorial speculations, will-enyand err widely
Of the valiant OAXIEI.BOOSE ; that platform, %nd landed upon that of secestion.1 ,made the inhabitants. 'rushi out of,their t 'fights,' and ,oC the* multitude who memory of the bravean4jipM& dead-but, mereibiteididu of a ilansfield or a.MarshaV
Then let him rest the warrior brave, Any one who-has read these resolutions houses. f 1 thronged ttj- witness jtbode bloody ecenesYet.t .' let it not cbme, with variance ant", censure eTUUp01Lp0Iflt&QI law, aro not considered

And his spirit pine no Inure. knows that no such right is asserted in The houses tHeport; wte're the i greatest never Toccurs'itp* Ourst1.3tiSfied ajar strife, tobreak' the hallo wed stillnesa. of as bihdipg'precedentftwbUst deCMuaoa.a .

With'nought to disturb his hallowed kleepOn them. And yet after this i remarkable leap, parts of the commercial''eitabtishmCnts mindthat oar own tates are sanguinary the'grave- applied to rjarticularjcases and; .use4.aa
his own Kentucky shore 1. ? the eon ventionists turned round and affirmed keep"theiroffices, comparatively speaking and barbarous' ttiose' f5'Roi1ieiuiber 'te :"Dirtuirb them not-Ihey take*fnelr fin 'i'iTOf rulesofictionare' everyjwberqbetl tobe

We'ye borne him back,&e. that they saw it "o set dowal in those res- suffered4 very littie,, being, bui'lronasulid worst days.. She had at feast this apology, deep an4 liquid rest Jorgetfid of all iL"' of tbejughest.anthority, ", t j 'i

olutions.-TbB is snot all-they',"went to rocky f indation},and we can*.only thereca5,' no.,inconsistency between berI 4 .ar1.0511 kk4lbang Resr. The'inuch tilked of. f 1gbt- pfSecession1onder '
K.onth'. Pr.Iet.AnDRLSSLD work. and nominated a candidate, whose formci bear'of one bf General Herrera's' bouses, ctedJi43ber onduct.lnbctce4e noCbHsttafldoc1nneSOf Ujf AmcHcao e 'ot
? tn&raoDisT-cnimcffCA
To THE BCBLIME POUTE. frmnciples wereantago&siic to this very occupied by Messrs. Gibbs &'Co. "beihg'in hni1jt' and :cgive. 4 THE these theoretical:eH Lere was
platlorzn whicbey.had ovrIwpedi AVhothreatened a dangerous istate.T'The;-custom house i has ness breathed their ch 1teni'spir$. u ..ertethpiea i1wbichaik aJO1yJbfltIO44ed its.
The noble minded Kossuth, from b'ts'lonely susndGen.tksonwhen be Buffered little .some.j1ight constructed: &ont- uutWa latep rio fher lior This *asiit in equity brbngbt in the assenirto 'doctrine; helepakSOfibe
prison, bus addressed a strong and effective "if South Carolina1! nullified or seceded, to ward"ornaments: haying, ,beenv demolished, theQo4 of; Christianity.liad'ntrartaf.oNoTdid Circuit Court of the United States for a division argument. .
protest to the Turkish Government 'against execute.federal lawsitf that'Stale by force if and part of'the ifoof'having "been carmdalongwith Bhe'eyer. as Heatheo of Christiinrecog- of the- roperty otth'OIethodist Episcopal -
the farther detention'bf himself and..bin few necessary y ,. -> it"-r TheebhMq'uTOt av tain, hize that'savage code which requires'insults ChurcjijU3bi! 'S" i. t- _-APfcvioas re cot.'tte Mte fOfC4 ueftto Ioo *2 lbs.doct .

associates. We gire portions. of. it t out .All! great men should be allbwcd 'one or boweveron he>i4th .insq'has 'damaged -'a andwr6ngs5to bViwipe3"put' blbod. It '. ,toi844.tkeIethodisEChu"rchr ; ; as
readers, as a tribute doe to unrequited worth', /wo' radical changes t of principle-a.We number j packagesj'the extent:.sofswhichwVhave has been reseirved Tor nsj hptdrnbunre.Reyenze : the U S.Va"s goTer.byto.bo4ies, a
and the elanns of onr common humanity.; time> All 'bur"statesmen, nearly bve exercised ascertained. A few bou3sssit- ifl ottYlfeeory,to defy kim cur.practici.ti5 General"Co nfe'rence 'wbicn'inet'o'nce w,four andan7vry'IaflyWQ bZ&7bChU2.thaseut .

The nndersignedj'late Governor of Hongatr 'the privilege, and we do not see'"any sated bn'Jiby;topf tojilfy r JMiinTop"a !foruswbo woq4! notjlorce evei our yeabi ut'iracomposH ftifcelezates! (rum .beretpndin4bernaeLvcI sa
,.i tsi bylugprolonged detention, reduced todespair good reason why rt shn'dldbdethd to'Gdv. saikJts'-re36rtrcani'e tumbling.down" With"ar captives m'warto J ecome, laatore, taeo thAonqa1Confereuces ol the whole VriFib'n', able TiogirvAhereason? Aejfaitkthat,
of jifcer justice;.or generosity.Today McDonald.He at i one :time;believed tbat crasbi 's4. i.Ou'r4"bu'r"ow citizens fo 'decTde, theifttbarreft and.by.AnnuaLlijereucenIi eacb.separate' ia in'oheni: with"candpr conlessii their. form

1 the ,anniversary',0 ,pns arrival resistance, nullification,.secession; were'synonymous fjn those partsho weveti spreadingralong bj8Bhe? sword- & ? sAnbittisf-*'p"rsoualqonoyersybmugbthe'presS Dstr'c; J or'Conference<."*"into> which, ",the- "uiun e-i: thuoLJluJeniadio.abigot.
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atKntahfa!-Kutabja! ,
Sublime Porte, has buried"ay aifre, -while see sentence passed"under the administration and bthers, where jbe4 groun4.isJoose. and which all-appetites deTOttrThetman'wbd ,4TliJ tneritanfereevasgoverflei1 by would refuse to listen sound argument,;
speaking us of hospitality? f 1 -. of Jackson,as it was'- under'that of Wash ; sarid/f considerable maeh 'b id'doi fails vindicate bia,personal.bPori to UM certain; -restriclivr rules,auafk oui tbYcotiTfe TOjp jBn4ffiitai ngry4 | *sub,.

Parsqrd by'misfortuae, ,we stopped befora ington. He nosr thinks tlratwaisnaceyimlliBcation and above*wo'hundred;houBes are' 'U it'f oihabitauon Extremity ii a 'grea.t erimirial;,>he, ,man stitution ? ?u VConcern aslitswaspngtnj..tp r cct"it is otxessaijjbat the p the -threshold ,of..the 1uasul&nanand 8eces3ioD1taresynpiymou&iDfpat'notismi ; lHore than 'two tibndred.'fami whq m ftrWrth! the*pistol,is a 'great bero! [ the cbach-coasstedt Jiar fTecessioa"ebould'tbacl ay
.' asked from him/in nam'e'of God, in the: 'd lit,WhO occupy, .Jackson'*, lies hav5been.obiged; to pasajthe.firVdayaB3"nigtrt If be, rhVe, beis idmredind&urtedbe 18447-of; f arid o$7Ooa.irhich'hedcbeer( gudistoodfortnaiJeidoea eXIstAt.rj .
namt of humanity, in the name religinn, %%'abingtoii's, lison'sGov.cnald'p lathe'stre'dts, Tartly JronfeapI' fUs,.IlpnorbringsbeCciei'to'hi*trthbj ,aisd F !? a$it
hoapiuUea9yIam! or k"free' passage, former*position,*'-arp fed raiitc, consolUationists. renewed'shocks; partly ff '?> '11 e'ianger'' At- and Mnds op,a cloudof ty.jincewMito{ the reitrictjve ntafortJzflbe'srxttir; f ondjall' law 'lf DiqstUud niabrfct ,BdLhh
tie TarkUb government hid'entire liberty ; because the; ay as'wassaKli dor* teadttg the BUyiiirtheirfl"i? ;' i't'Wi0j'llt.. mwctc'tbe eye"of Hen aod. descend foin maJe it jmperativrxni! the-Geiieral Conference gs &aaUY4flOcol1ecuvejp..jisas
|o recerressornot;- -- lug the former attempt of.South.:Carolina to -Thjrnl4IeoftbeIreetj% rcP'vde* I r IVi ItghUunK and *storm** ** .Jf-. ,vrarembuUve vite (0 apijywe: ,proucof C ncen ecLi&Qntumdlli'a ?-

The Sablime Porte deigoedHo open to'njiUjanelterinx break'a p the Go vernmenU- tfae Union 'must ,witb he i4 emae! |portioa.of;tht L sz >6f.-PobRci'Sentnnentis! tw tlng5pcuirIeiary'
tetttj treat'Rtoctoee and sbajj b e.pJiesepredVt VerUy fth world's Uflt1 in of 1the fol1owindav hcait4fiLWta theebe4tthi r \rprn 'ont/preachers, fud.
cit corse
the ihresbold, and"swore by t( God a.nd its a stage knj men"arid women merely players.1 tents-and. 'wooden' houses' were"' -'erected-i- in> I wiveswidow&andcNQdren, anil"that"'iheeoncurrentirecommendatrott b&mtii.t1atconcerMa! aad tbfi is",
faith that it would grant its' hospital jty lUllaiaf&IyJom. Wowd it pot be well 16 aflaw itte1 : gl4nottbealteted .
pass ,eompell- the PUra d Victoria; for biu IeM.- we caif tieyer rr
.; VYefrasteT'onrselvestotbftyatour wnichtbe'conscience of- each individual' i iwfioleaome im*.
ing each-man/-piajiwrtitil* part 'Wenierely contrary?it I5TegisdeiThythey1bOl tsl.ze4 except uDojt :
ot the Tirrks. We eat of thrir''bread I hro .put h BBggestionbTronjnthSBcdnrictlon' rt edia'dypiaced'their-tveasels'8J) lwora 4 bj'our FKrs 'as barbajpas r.otth'Iee-lourtha of the Annuar- Conferences prudence>whicbr.lt .

and their salt ; re reposed nudefctheir roof'We that"such a law .wpuW ..avoid in waate ..4.fge1d4I' nod iuhuma0,' NBitft'et GrMKS cI1tOmafl5neivnht '- jriseihtiUKr bjrngf and imjoTjtyrof twi>. forbdi a, ft mbe.r u divjidnals; froiat"he

prayed to God.tolless theni''anl w( much. Coufusioi-MokdtaiTnton.- _. PF flP (flP On FI2T7S tine.y of this so-caJlfai-code'ol Horicnl ; ijirdsof succeeding General ConferehcevMrT
offered ibenvour courage, our experience, sfeft:1': ? "' ', -3 frv then.bfl' recejy*itJ4fl LVVOflII-tie l ankVbf MI .SI1 Ibe t gp'vVrtfmcnt"or4bei l 'h'dVfn .' lotherJadjtbM lMeceI I s9cc4 ; ,::. ..1Ferent

jnatnred btvicliaitDae5, and our everlasting RcJ (Gas expTeiwed'"iB a'i letter died'"ont' and be whdracticsU either, *, armg9nhp ,:
AW j'the" Wtb of .. _, ,_.
gratitudes Hahganaris 4tbe1fwbd pessengey'of : .Mlt., says etneFr from the,Intendente GeftBlanco? I seetghte.OrttbedeI,4 &Si .wg.w*( .r ? .rjpy, i& 'Iea: $
;,Loot a tiosniaj*where' MoftsnTmeri, uf uA crop:, Ti.'tFrohi W'och eeaVdone' stores jdehtnd'tis4.r0l itglad bMwi1Sy'I refuafngto manumit certaia staves ho came.iata rigbtbu rlioi al..Ste 9UeTelZ.4lhe
jectarof.lhe 'Sublime Pohe are; e4,1fd-' every section of the_ State we receive where"Kqiinigf 7 damage glawvrare las an"i"Vlber"Jbreaka ihlomateriifs I wba; w*.W 4er>ecaA nlBJytb4tJydQrwh :: bistp/asess3o'brm'; '*''''Hap: -' rttho!' prtmon 4tlS Saejo4eq4,
aumtit.kmaad1el of Hungarian so'ldiers tberdtojheppospecti tcoiirttt in Weaare to I baa6ha eneyewocean.wUhita pealed;fto"t"iiGeaeraJ: < oifprJcjtilcZE %,;
are *n'tb*.. in3tS7of'' its "anny -itJ1; ) >otii.feaadful -oii( *bftnfruithgroweni!. not atekipt', life iaskbeen'lb6t-nor Tiapp "ciiSwe I jrictorwiiJhufide'r.sj antwbcknvermets, affinpexfthedecision .* // &'*ji& i "&$' bf'theornwectckqefl. *
for-.the' Portef1 wuld not 4cci>itiiaora The peach crop rwiU.be the Uirfetteyecprodu'cealirthVStafe. say a.wrtgl lbe4thihsf I U&Mt4Piftfl'35VC HCthe'descend' tr'Bisnop'Aiidrewrof Georgia, was suspend--;. puhlc.to a su3plerepsbflir; pibq Jprminoscabe
,. iWaU wbbare first fipotr'rte'breicltlV1 'Tbe&trees in uiauy pla- eaFi 12 BJv"tri/raetnre-iiOaf; ; I *peer 4a nf jt own jaecDtiM>ta thi; tbhlUnerit.' e4Tojlik Thrizpon4be u tbemjb gejba1L.brndL .
; at fiT heavy rwn Be .io .whkh
\ .arsirtinthhirgei: iWb8Tare': e.Ewa sq iearily laden 'ihat1 1 ft*will be*necessarj Jar 'twete : Coutagot delegaif4hemfein mtatea
they who never retreatlwbo adrahce; uJlhe *<**hake out least half:of tne croft Jasted1-unurterrptei3ly vIlch If (oiI prousjedagauiai the

4mdstrof fire"a>. rup&'sbot1bjyonetijnJ'Mi iE. rier.to prevent them.from being cnubed but% still I heejp agI &iw !Lt intimated : changeOani_ t tbiur* iO aac jq,.
IQ yory Tbefare this handful of beneath its we ht ttT f ,\? v,* destroyed thewb6b I itw'benweBee..' ners olaqI tlieIr I4 t !u* *-*'j* iW &&* fffBnoH Ai/in jt
** ji9pelljng
J J5I" J riwfleas
:Thy ihe for TaiXbey The Hwgaiu.k The farmers are:* per1lfingijio| bar C MerUc i&ie Of that eontimedtttbnuat n r bfa., ta- !tbda.Pththe'tIn .
,and I ** *"* .17 W iT I.
the laza *
dtakesjeIgefr i> wf re *
ai Staieai
1 Testi wheat
pstiiucrd. g7tbe4 cropr Tlie ienijo) 1. i--r/ %
Jrving IB tentsVW'leave, and kihe1te' in 1 VSQgOIZciI
o&red es pftality-arid ibey gare ground planted notaagVeat allnsua1bui; thetbeatrevrwitW-frendshztfle $ oJcx
**m pricod f the je wore to n*thai wrsbonia the g ualypLIhgain i4bctterind tlhE pOrt- meKt wfr giitiiioafh'C idft53t4
wed.with:in' lisylum,'.aid We'biVe tonnd quinthyer cr atihauf9 the Jail' 'be lassirt gfeniirallyrfestimaWdi'l nel&dirijjciaej mUlion JiWrV rJrye reWioie3figbtingi rnwbetthataleaxiod t ehqwthal bisngh caao%,. xis2ssuaiuX3edJ

.flhatfl1 Go4 UI aj Ion?years' Thi slatemei'a wil);hold,good o JnU ing i'*at" one I w't"iw'Idr; beasts.,at Ei5esns| ; iff* puld tive Vetama4ei
i). : ;; : : Tn 01 dUll15.k------------- :i rthef rApertylof the5 i Contera'shoaW.beftidtlivered &
j O- fn regard to neaH/ every Codnty mwllle wbit b e ttY!embracingthejtoi; liriAhieipfiyart"0* I rbportio > ?
Wab ;jik'e ofwe and JOppe jOedrgia andTennewee? ShouW iuretre1hAdinnth.cb'Ch p Men bay 1 of bodies? andtbe phy Kian'of oals, lking: totha anthpnzed 'age&Ybf tbt no quc aeniesjta exxstence.staf ,
Jot tuintbarias t,, hare Jbee$ the eeasda.prove, fevoraUeYforr?thresh rng ,'btih&fhatFon: %! unmbved'a: st'thepestilen < j in Mjt snlH Namaxpr
*lent. They begged us irfbare eonfidencit' we Inclined to.lhokfr4tkcquaDtity'oJ tact OUeJ utlerlfIcapabk,
Whafi ibowa u They ber d ua[io. wa5t Wheat;produced wilLbe;'quite, umcient io\;\ isUe\2.ftnarninSiates .
We late td'Ioi gfc" hoscoisurnjtida''c; : thDlbiiogitsqod

'* qi *if iitiBly'niidl'i'nstnareewablishing1 -. --'-:' .4 LJ.I -,,i;TtTtH.Ar ouses, ipotsf pkc144r:Sg eg4 ftcut taeflreisogna lftB pe e c uwBfri, .
1lo7px.-'be .Iron PiJ i foyl-'th4eiiThqtiiib th 'Est4 1ncr g uwLt herua aU respects yf
shall sqeeed thil wbfch L teJini State -tfiey treat
b'Qw"reacne'lih rIce
4gbt.t1ouei-tsas.ttIe New OrteanB PicaCarysfort h R
bopftlationofjoutjchy', pqerhatwel&be jts
tS55pCSdIOrdtttbe' order ofK00 a tOteIga
,} ttatfwbJcJifthef call tranqolL'ty opprs(tbaqiiZfltIbemb yuntzpo: Reef is finrihedjsav"uig * pcerarnouviud41 i
''- lite.lining of the trailing boose and the ; *
) lantern, which is ia/the New Yorkt Caston house aingeuclbedyotdeVbf -I !
? LaaM
,dwupuAci1e tth
.Wefl-5BM 4ms re-eslablisM ibis order irt encn4 It j;
Houee'Tbis1ight is th 1nteodent
128 feetbibin4is .
Uus tranqoilityr try her etecuioin: :'She" hisdietprook ] ,gui. ponle4cwp ztcecavelhei.hnte 1 A.wb&e 0
weather seeif
clear mayTe hfrty mils ai: ,> 6 anaas eaeaaTfered B'jo4Xra
re stabWjed rt Wlar s to 1 XSjC i.l AT-* < *r- '
sea.uiPlaeed.iipoirth* lbfihi i severely;and itii sbm,8;parts ithe'1at X ? PI '
Prussia Jo wkr fo far to"dare, trusting Beef,,sudw&tliba1f a iaule oftheunfithUIGuSJeamAtilIwhen .( te/placep,thegrbond.hasopen tl and"throwr nsun rrefuse4gotuq flivtrvhJWeirtWtlwifatfOhe "
J irWerVtbe : ctofauthord1r !
tatba support'of her Ctalrr.Ui; orbot w ;
lit belbirtieans -
; aqoanlity watet
eneroaelijjpon the'oaticos oI.Eoropt to e'i-; of sayJDg an immense,amount of property up' tJainage doValparaiso 1 4L4 her, ymnss1J eiZI jra* "JHUt"tiie'prior cpodi- ,
tend fceraforte* Jrom'tbi Bah* tof RomeV>olar from destruction; ISr" I*a&-grai ful ; ge Jonp4theIe this; ajciom of tlLiwc

as tQ threaten piedmont ao4 SwnwrtjiiuJ; ... ..:: -WiM ber qin e mfpblicbii1Id apothei4Cw ;covcrs t zdr4'Cei Apply *
j *' 'i 54- } he1! a ther-case f Hhe iUaiiei State*
BO far as 10 bribe the bordjrproVirices/ol/ citi ns of Lynch' angsathectii the ncc Nepil_ j.th j. -' ..
fiutre.stAb1Isfledtha w&Lh skindaesi and -
vanq.ilit si *tas 1.itiOWiC1d'iI5 eoaaJled! ,have fHbscribed$10,00a generositjcelJom foi :jsI sequ aceat"Wotld' ote *5Irr V -

-'tbg boblime PorteJ.!.04 tnE'bebeL'thwifca4.; t Udrea ol Mr, Iiaiada gnieaei;'ttougit tbeyca9 :jaqtb1id1iNpill c
st.s1Iphsnoeg.; __ Terry late editor of the jFtrgtaw ,;irha i ra< e'the1fii1ig id c&eThe disf&o1 arising wuai.tfe?pwnU o toe Jfofc Coneernvto

v yeatieckonng killed in the teccnLaflray that 4ownl Ji I II rsidrncc of cllpncyeai4nvuIdei I I
cn4be tst ITicea Out I eI *chl hour*,'after the sutwcriptron was start Pei aEUabt MZder .
; kt.u i
*; soil; 'aite4 ;:$8,990 uirshwer
: : Afterward* w irtrefroaitbtday oje.ivcitatiirea and edncaiC; li54aL ;

'when th ouiI i1drenMrL Stock hariciaiIy4 aflennigre ilj 1_ lops : np.M4cioztyiofcqs.u. "
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j interference of any European power ,with may change her form of government$ from i :MUIAXD FiuKOfcjft'course eDit him to.meet,ia'their places i in the HallsCongress,' K.. Cd .,)1ttei1 '..' :.T1iTJut Is"OfhelteV .'T *1 .

1 t the aflairs of this continent permit such seceding rep ubticto a' monarchy,' or. vice venai and;' tbi neitPresidency. & Ihea eommencesi tbebifteirnd9ree; 1t. .. lDcc*; -to.i ij&s-buc& 'theaingiWChI LLD, )ZVIXOL'. '-
State to fom any close a1liance.with finally, has(national flQg Inrshort, a-soy. tiWned ; 'Uelrr R '' Greek daily threatens 'r-ImrftM" -.1' UTe. .made_ .. ;. ,' "t.' T? "- '
1 ,Great Britain e* other powerfulnation ereign Statnay lawfully do'any,and,.every t t". : cs wa/orjrhai 'f-.,.-'':$, '+ *, L K'-.tf' '
I : Could the United! States, in, the event of a act,which is not mOral'.wroPg.-,Now;how mn on 'of-teauqe4 t ta ; conflicted and which loi'infrequent'T My,lift blSts the trtmU deep
I.: I foreign war, permit a foreign power, even a manY.ol the" foregoing aets tnay'any bile'of Bu thoTice\ iaeVon i' : .) r.: I>liWforce: tte" he1"tate; Raster" tfienational ,admin Unknown to.qoUt rtpOM i, .
i I neutral one to remain in.our midst-to be a tbe Uehed States do T'''Not one t J..1hea the air South, notVnlylii rpalluitiye"tofthV..ho '.er' P.a nfui tofUitpatrioti; ;[that the station organ"" hfcll this city!aas recently Bright visions oft.eelTe my deep I ,

It t : refuge to .our enemies, from whence they acts are :forbidden'.to' each, ot"the United excited l of this>I. SuVelsoln Ion uh':.is widening; and unless :reaction. been'much improved by the. addition WUek. wen tft II my Very woe*.

nightcany from whose on their machinations against States-they are performed' the State by. eJng' n obi4 liakes'PJ-ce:.Ia' b f ""t1ri't$ f. sood1i t the;carp editorial 'JODocm; ; ''Bat Mm.&w'IIIJr.Jo7o i
vs; people' they might purchase another power.; arid when so performed'although 'cder .h DeeP.p M.aat' .
supplies and in whose ports their privateers neT IOdlyidual in a '(given Statemay rte.Presidential ,h ors. ',The Tel ing' *aa4oth.d7har1nn7t,'' lat minister'to Bogota. Dr. Tooth !is one :.Ab.m1i1.b,1 "

'might take refuge from our cruisers sallying bj hostile to the''ac./.enbe sopreme West has :"Pjrewdents, aid tnejnimostiUustribus .to fearvfoVin the"tutare.; of-the most taJented.anc1 accomplished Nft tonttt wffl Htf a mot*for.
'. 'forth 'uoion: offered,. to ravage. our law requires obedien It"is ,then evident $& bfthe f or'that -**;The'election ;for the next' President will ters of the presently, and under his management t
I coasts and destroy ,our commerce! ol'enry.1e I that'a State of this Union'possesses none ofutesofgntyandj'therefore csr hare importantbearing *the'disastrous the,"fljstez'wilI have.a,"telling"! -iL" '..;WMy :
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ofitieamanahip-ever cosider"ali the ft e
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n ofiound policy-the very. instinct'of cannot be sovereign and)!not a sovereign! ei EJ i.* \ condition,,of the' country for good J>t:.evil._ effect' .on;Jwhallittle reaoins rorvoolg-Ae lift Is ia*Uw dsrkool*yt -=-
" aelI.preae"gaLl' lre.us to."ward the whole 1octnne of. : ; huts ism ia this Sta.j .. At BidnifUfrloM an4'dresq bevryt
, I"f rtq theTight'bf: secession ,nation, we, :prefer'.a. SouthernDemocrat The election will involve' consequences '
) I off such j ioMeM;danger," and to .I"keep necessarily tails to.the ground. ii.' ., .houte. ,-- i interests than; before! at cqmp seasitisji is.the doctrine of WIaiai 1IhtmDp iuek'ittud.
t. greater '
P ; ever were
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Jorthe.Vice one pnei1
-r; atadistinA BjfMe of ruin,".by taking' Another' argument often ,resorted to c or : None others can iot Din aD thtemest's,
witi NewTon
.gs 'possessioap lspRory whose independent support .,this ,doctrine, is,' that the United even for;the,'PJiency. giving the.eeconJ stake: If the South'arid: North can'be satisfied s of "; i BiliofttUi* moon sad tUnmaiy) er

0.i.4" "..existence wzseipstib1e with oar own. Si'All tes Government is a --government formed L office', to' a orWhig. .' ''eylbeid. on this point, and both'sections can feel 1 I '"rain in their company. ,4bolitinI&1andar&m I And every load.-away wfJlfle* '
this if the seceding State should raani-, the States with, which the bad I 's are'syflOiyB1OU etm.: But BO.bright ,&UvO '
( by people elected on'a pledge'to *a1 the t a guarantee trom the. character of the sue t ny ny (sheer,
lest no hostile feeling wards us, but; on nothing to do, and 'which they.only know: tution. and the Union,:without Cn to: cessful candidates, that;; an'impartial administration 'any thing'bf general Interest transpires No future offer hop to Ot* .iI t
,the contrary, should seek to cultivate'arnica! through the State Authorities. If. this be .rererenc' tbesession.of the '
; ble" tioaa. How much more forcible ; true, then the; .:States are the constituents past f party i rDc s.l!:that(we should I I of the Government' .will ensue, 'I 1 daring the continuance ....' '" :" .:MMy ";

would every argument become, .if the seceding the,.Genera1: Government,1 :and occupy theme ask at their have KING,of Alabama believe and hope that all will! .be well! ;J. and Legislature that J should ..deeuiofsufficieniportance Ufa I*Ilk* the desert ; ;?4 ftf
State shouti, in the language of a learned relative towards the General I said 'much im _to Floridians to "make a note of,".
*a position and.Downs, of.Louisiana-or reversing to conclude, having already .too 'O'er which the wearied tnvetter moves"
writer on the law of nations, "show her- Government, that an individual does towards I I I shall take great pleasure in forwarding thesame Who
Fuf ; telf of a restless and mischievous disposi- his State government. What?remedies'has: .thiarrangemeiit t:we..have. .the Whig; on this-painful though every day.topic, taint Del anguished lie hiaxther*j
,believe l and i is made to you publication. To.swsfro11he1oves.- .
Governor BRowN Ex-Governor firmly' this'propositiou '
"tion, ever ready to injure others to traverse an individual who is dissatisfied with his CAL .
'B. .Bat osii
their' and excite domestic dis- of either free from' interested viewsthai Yours Iw., MB yetypuy spring,.
i to ot be entirely ,
designs government< He may revolt!, but the government S :;.lorda : "ha' present _any .ADd Ip&rkllDr toutalu be'ttbjoysa4li1igaa7brlng JUi.
II Mtarbances in their dominions; in which. : has the right of :punishment-be ed with< prminent 'national the. success of the' ticket recently, put I E xtractfrnnza private letttr to the editor datedNrwHASSVttM 1 .
L 'event, the same writer adds "it is not to be may emigre but to take his lands is I a forth loaE for- Presidency ,
"doubted that all the others have a right to ] this Democrat- of *North> ,-"o'ieu Mr.. of'MiiLARD : the. ,FLA.,June 21., 1851. 'But none wOl gmh.&..for me; .
physical impossibility.Apply i '
analogy FILLMORK',Tot .President-.materiaI to and'JOHN[ 'J.CRITTEHDCH: for he Vice! Great efforts are' made by certain restless '.L.h ,.
bform a coalition, in order to suppress and L to the General Government and its constituents con ,- <,;
"chastise that nation, and to put it forever and it ,will be found that a State may pose a:Ticket on which_'the)People J residency, woul do more to.insure the pacification and reckless spirits to. undermine the confidence IT.; '- -! .
'"out of their power to injure them." revolt, buttbeGlvenmentm y punish. She Union would-unite, as g guaranteeing he.'security of the country than !that of_ any of the people in our benign and beneficent My lift li like th.mciniag BotesOf .

: a It seems, then, that whatever may be the may emigrate, with bercourts; her laws and ,of the principle: which!i 'its claim othet-that has as- 'yet' beenfr,; med The Government, and by exciting sectional wind-hasp when intorrow' stnai;
right of a State to secede, there can be no her officers all complete, but.her territory Who innate toftly, geatly totto" .
question that her secession would at once cannot be removed beyond the jurisdictionof -would.beadvanced. ,; .But.foitbe.fir'" rst'-office course pursued by,Mr.,FlLLM az. since be j jealousies, by false representations, under: Breathing !Its We oat while U iaagvBat

authorize the United States to'take any precautionary the United States;f and with as much plausibility within the gift of that Peoplewe} ;: th haSrbeen'President has been of a cbaracteto r the specious name of protectors of Southern eYeD roaud toe relie there

measures, which might be deem might you contend,'even under this are safe in, claiming the:general'preferencef satisfy the South that ,he. ,will(stand by rights, to seduce the people to cast.away :u The wind-tpritM yet Win lore to bet
ed necessary to'preserve: ourselves from injury construction of the Federal compactor the fot FaII6RL ) the C .tituticnr'and, lee',it impartially,kdministered. :. worthless their most.valuable right, that'o 'Bat few woaldeom Co ib da Usr,

, even to the extent of subduing the' se- right of an individual, to' secede.wath Lis In MIID'the event of.the organiza'tJon of parties: .. The North, though, grumbling the constitutional protection of these Unite fI And oon*.to brethee._ 'sigh. -for me.
ceding State-reducing the estion to one State for State secede from the
q as a to .
of mere physical force; it being similar,in all I Union with her Territories. under old names,'and witbrln.cndidates) at home for his firm determination of_execnt, States. These political heresies to which 1 '__ ji

: f respects, to the case of excusable homicide *- we beg leave.to bold ourwlf *.subject to the ing the laws of the J laud, will on sober second allude appear no where more monstrous and' ..The $. 5'ra.eI.i'ln. -

f. I bet"ween'individual!, mentioned in the Jaw: FLORIDA REPUBLIC decision of a'NATIOHAB, ,Wmo'CoNvrNTioN." thought perceive that he. has but done_hiduty S revolting than in Florida-here where,:eve r The 'Alta California :the
.books, where two persons being shipwreck action will it is bi ves foHowiDg
and his ,to
" = ; patriotic e since we came under the protection of thi
ed and getting on the same plank but finding JACKSOVVXX.I.KI Hon. JE,C: CLEMEnS was to the. e vivid and fearful pictflp of the conflagra
l- : it notable tojsave them both, the stronger citizen.s'ot; Florence (Alabama) on adres the .21stday hoped, teach them. a lesson to go and dolikewise. stars and stripe, we have as a. people been: tion :
lr thrusti the weaker from it, whereby he I is; TIIt7RSDAYJULY,1851. a' To the South, under any contingency L participants of the unbounded beneficence o The commencement of the fire-was like a
( .) drowned! .ol June; at which. time public barbecue !- the name of John J..C&ITrE DEK. in the American Union. ,Here the treasures o ff flash of gunpowder, so almost instantaneous

2. But does this abstract and impracticableright 'DOCUMENTS.We was t be given, as we learn from the the Government would make assnranc a the nation have been poured forth like water was its spread. As the first faint hare of
. exist In its weakest and most restrict ,acknowledge the repeated favors of: rence-Gaette. The Gazette is ,now i in stopping the flames at the place 'of origin
> F
that her. would be
doubly sure rights fully to from the .
:Ji" protect! us f
t ed sense the Constitution of the United Statesis barbarity o died out the fate
l : Hon. JACKSON MORTON, in foi warding public its thirty-first volume-one of the oldest.if cityt'.impe ding became
a Treaty of the most solemn and binding protected. the savage foe, to which for years we were more and more manifest. The wind, which
nature. After full and mature deliberation documents. His attentions in this particular not the.oldest.,paper i in the,State. It)is now And. thus having written to'you in hast exposed. But.to speak of the advantages if was blowing fresh from'the northwest

..r' ffltl't it was ratified by the sovereign authority in have been Very frequent sinct..tbeclose batting ably and honestly for the integrity arid at random, and :given ,yon a Ticket for the Union, we enter r a boundless field and when the fire commenced soon increased to
f.:' each of the several States or.""nations who of the session, and we have not bitt I. of the Union, as it did in 1833. In the !lat the offices of State, which will bforced no whirlwinds around the flaming' :piles the
I are parties to it. The faith of treaties shouldbe to omitted to acknowledge them either number-we find couple; of quotations from great yon e where have these'advantages appeared more heated air; loaded with, smoke and cinders
l inviolable. Even Mohammed warmly recommended ,. to concede is unexceptionable, I closean conspicuously than in Florida. It is withpleasure and flames, rushing'up towards Heaven
' through inadvertance of f the volume of 1833, ,,we.copy. ,.Nullification I.
; their observance to his disciples j or inappreciation .' epistle which will puzzle you to read, by \ and pride that,-as Floridians;we crackling and roaring .like a.tornado, while
and'among Christian nations i is the courtesy. and Session, were then treated fresh and gales
infamy bidding adieu. our condition with wh.at i it gusts came whirling in from
f : t the deserved portion of that nation which precisely as Secession, now is.i in the columns : compare present every,side to fill the melting vacuum with
, se'our 4th volume commences with our UNION. was.when we were a little dependent colony
with their faith. '
eports Here, then, is a of the Gazette : .! I. new ministers of 'destruction.: The view
-' : treaty between many nations; one of them i next number, and not with;.the number e of "No State hat to-".,withdraw ALBANY, N. Y., Jane 13, 1951. o f Spain, connected with a government tha was sad, afflictive awful.' Great masses of

. : 'l. desires to annul that treaty-can she do sol to-day, as we inadvertantly stated., from the tgh puy itftlfinakdependent FRIEND DREW : Presuming 'that : few could.not and would not protect us. Ware e smoke ascended and rolled .away loaded
i' If the right be not reserved in the a with the wealth of the
treaty men, rewaidVof toil
'. ;' 1 the question must be answered in the; J6We" refer our.readers -to an article od) *by force would io/ /and be a virtoal'in every,attempt fraction:to of do-s the lines, from, ..the Capitol, of- ,the Empire; State- or State now elevated!which) to membership in.a Union and danger, bearing far above the city great

: negative. Now in the treaty between tb e'Bight of Secession, commencing on oi Constitution of the United! Stalesjustifyingand might not be entirely destitute of interest to for power, wisdom and< flocks and sheets of :bttnuag cinders,and

.. 11'I I several States of this Union that right is not first page.. l the toe.of constitutional measures your readers, I .will ',avail myself of, the justice, 'command the admiration of tfcj forming huge clouds touched:-with: every
) reserved. It follows that no State has a it." '. : orld. It is not a little guiLt thai tint from clear white light to the.darkness of
b ,4 right to annul this treaty or to refuse to perform Fr day next,is the Fourth of July. The florence Gaxttfe: ,'arrlS, present opportunity' todrop you a few lintrtgs.md { inose'who atewyearssince some, night. Frame houses faded. away like frost
t : her 'part of its stipulations, unless the excitement ,in' this community i is almost "South Carolina claims the right! to r in f i& the rnovemenisofmatter? z C; manifestedso work. Brick houses became' batteries! :Id(

,, .I ..oJ.. other parties to the treaty have first refused; breathless on the subject. an act of Congress to' secede from_ the. nullify 5I N: ,'ingi as' Well.:as of, distinguished':.individ I- much.avidity to get i into the Union-whowere flame and poured forth immense jets iron*
to perform their Mere result then '
I parts. injury lials at the present interesting:.condition of so eloquent upon'its advantages- their windows and doors. ,-, -
.. \ ", I might ing secede tb "treaty from is not sufficient-"If we We assign much'of our space to our'valued 't. ; and, if into patic will aflairs of a State nature, with which I chanceir should be the_first to decry them, and to encOurage lro! and zinc curled. up J like searched)
j- a treaty high au- leaves,and sent forth their
says brJItiantflames
"thority," "because we found ourselves in correspondents this week, and regret we inevitably result rt ., our be somewhat acquainted. the organization.of associations,the blue and tints
yellow tningiing with
.4. IbY .jured by it, there would be..no stabil. !. ityin the,. have still to defer.till our next a l letter from political institutions have, and ever blast I the .farestprspct'wbicb | The fact. >of'the. ; ," annual. l session. of the. direct tendency of which. will be .to foster and green modifying the great red tonguesof fire

. ': contracts. of>natons.? ** ,Key West, which will be good any time. bea'maintined. ;* Legislature of. this State being' compelled" I to sectional feeling, to. excite jealousy and diStrust which flashed upwardsfrarn !thousand:

I sI. Some, however," may contend, that the! Senator MOKTON DIINJ in te or NILrIAnOl.iffb SECTS* terminate abruptly by means of the resigna- oi other portions of .the Union, and.I in burning bouses, ..The bill 1 sides were lighted
has been
of this for
$ s.L: provisions treaty have already been some weeks as if the sun:were above :.the Eastern .
$ the end it will
violated far Bcftcsixs; tion of a sufficient number of ''demOC ." prove. to themselves. -
so at least as to authorize am at his residence. Pensacola. the an d ; arid their 'trees, shnrfVberbage and
of the slave-holding States to annul it altogether Ir Ttrotwn'. of the good "i Senators to l leave' that body destitute of a .'. Th.attbey jrill not succeed we have houses, were as distingal ajtile in.. lh. bright

j but without stopping to argue this Col. CHAKLES H. HORn is the nominee of a.large Democratic- from trOig. quorum o for the tran.actionrof,business: -requiring reason to !hope, fiotDhe fact that their efforts ligbt' as' ilitweren' DarkaeM bung-

point, it is a sufficient reply to say, that 1 by of f.the Constitutional Union party of Chatham onthe 224 1833.: ', ti three-fifths vote, bf are at war with the best feelings of the over a large portion the shipping where
.. L the very treaty of which we speak, each Ga. .for Congress, in opposition tn o February ; your are course people! .their ,candor,' their' the broad and heavy ocean .of. smoke lay .J
: : party to it has bound herself to submit to the ,- ;ttoCol. .. CORRESPONDENCE familiar with. In consequence.'thereof. the :gratitude, .t eirlov down in 'Impenetrable'gloom Oe,;the Bar.
decision of a board of arbitrators, created 1 by -1 J' Governor; issued proclamation, convening b of justice, their patriotism as American People became paralyzed. Many removed

$t-ja tbe treaty, all such questions j each [party to The citizens of St. Augustine complimented WjUHuioTOfj", June ii JsSl. the Legislature in' extra session;;; that the citizens. their stocks of goods,, or''portion/of;them, /

'w.ti this treaty the have others waived have the fulfilled right their of'judgingwhether the'pleasure! party from Savanriahweek 'M.; EDIT 'But for thedaiiyjitttmishes! necessary appropriations fot keeping the: I ,Real cause for agitation .has' ll-'a\great\: four, or'fire times, and' had theta overtaken,

J! and have agreed to be bound by stipulations the- before. last. with a, Ball, which it is occurring between :the; "Republic" and, wheel of governmen' .in motion.for the cu'r- measure ceased, but not co-the efforts of the and streets destroyed were crammed by the with flamesJatl&f.'masses of human The

., decision of the Supreme Court of the United said was numerously attended. We'regret Union: ," with occasional street.'or hotel l rent'year might be made, and such other agitators:. :Our security in the possession i of beings and -rushing teams;only giving way

States. The 2d section of the 3d article of that the weather prevented the attendance fight, Washington might'be'safely voted politicallyand business transacted as- might .be deemed: property which.is the .cause, or pretext for before the ,advance of theelements, as the

the constitution or treaty reads as follows i: of manyfrom this vicinity who l morally.:dull[; 'In;the absence, necessary and,proper by. the "wisdom" of sectional,agitation was never greater thanat smoke ,aod beat and,; crashing.walls:pushed
"The :
judicial of the United Statesshall contemplated '
power then, of all f'matter fof : at the preae t. A: b them back., Men became.mad:i soen-rsh.'
interests bere : the people's Repreae tatives., lthfql.e'of;;public sentiment
extend to all cases in law and equity joining the excursion, and their enjoyment ; New electionswere ed headlong into.the GajQes.VfpppjPff**o.
' .' i arising under this Constitution'the. laws of of the proverbial hospitality of St.A U. Federal Government' t the' ,mind isrforced for 'also ordered in thetwelvi'districts i is spreading 'and increasing at theNorth. men and prattling infancy were wangling

*. ;LI the United States and treaties made, or gustine. .e' food and speculation,to,roam in thought"over ated by '.the. resigning;,Senators,in ) f 'Fugitive slaves I .toe ,.now.promptly amid ashes and destruction. ..Every "moments

I I which shall be made, under their authority -. :{ these,sovereign .State:and reflect,on, their which.they; candidates for r .ele all'I. delivered, up, in places where :"a few years 'the earth and !; bled buildings

4 .,. to lie all ministers! cases affecting and consuls-to ambassadors controversies,other pub The Presidency.' doings and,what they,are;destined to.do, especially But these. &I gitiYe" gentlemen have'doubtless since it would ban beenlmpossible to'have .were' torn into,'fragments r-by explosioniofgunpowder

uhicktke United States shall.be a party, to to It will be seen 'thatour! candidWashingr' in, reference.;; 'the great'.questionnow : l -ascertained to their,so t nrtJ t In'mat recovered them' dye are i not',exclude with 'shattered, and,timbe.'the, atmo brick meriiwa! *filled S

k. ..... controversies between two' or more Slates between i ton correspondent, presents ,the, .names.> ftvoca'ndidat so (earfully agitating jjNorthern and ters politics/ ,if, .any'thing! ,'''whitelmen i .are with )this.,Species of property' from i any of T hemultitudChung' 'DO tie Wafers anqpjta.6i s"vaati '

.. between a State citizens and citizens of another State s jfor the.Presidency-Vi ce Southern sections:of ;this'glorioui CO red Ic. mighty unsartin, :But five of:these runaway .tie pew Slates or. Territories. "by any enactment i 'of'1Jame.,1, FeW> ,* f- arati'rl '

tL a-State and of citizens different thereof States, and between Jr" Presidency, for whom preferences have ,been racy.: .Many good patriotic'men flatter Senators were ,re-elected-in one district of .Congress; ,and I, for one, am hot knew'OJ'coald;, !: ke' whaw..e.danera v

- ..._ States, citizens and subjects." and It ''will foreign i expressed .in various''qoarten 'in'.a'manner. themselves! :with tje belief' that tbs seemingly there'was a tie-and. in the. 'remainingsix I disposed to infringe upon any'of the rights or exerti'of theitiing os'of.thoSe"whQ Im u0an4SQarcntnflame. w ro f tt .the:'

4 be at once perceived that the foregoing" enu.i i indicating an agreement upon .tbetn asthecandidatesof fearful agitation(which;,has threatened" 'advocates"r' of.>the Whig I Canal' "Enlargement of the'people'!! those new States orTemtories range. In less than,nine'hojus.froflMhjtTSe: : .

mention extends to all possible cases which: .,the .Whig party,,should :.the Union_with,dissolution; is but a hobby horse policy werechosen'by;t large majorities any more';than would allow them'to ginning, more.!twenty.ysquares: ettfted
!: &r refused caD arise.to J fulfill If any her party lo this treaty has old 1 parties,organize as' heretofore for tbe'i m1 for partisan"political warfare)'to' 'be used'by -thus_ securing the passage by a:triumphant j interfere,.with any right. of,our own.. "I say, only in 'memory and in ascIJDD'\ '

has provided the means stipulation of redress,the-the treaty portant canvass.., We'cbeefolIyaccord:our eartie-s'to' gai.; power, and.whjcb,when the majority,of tht -bill ,which .,a factious', mij t hen"etthetutkbereseitedi! : the,minds o f smoke. and ,flame'hiCcpCr: 'I -
judicial '
power of the United States is-to' be invoked ii- preferences' :'for;;Mr.'Fii.ikoBB: ,:mainly.'hecause j ] I >; end ,Js i attained,wiuti;: ::thrown as53e'until I isnother riyhoped!by. their; 'revolutionary' move* of ;;the people,:,and'Ecctional;.agitation, (kept silejBut' .'f .: 1r.r" ':'

and is.clothed with ample powers l io his course has bee'n .suchas] to leave occasion culls for its dreadful'action. merit..to defeats 'It.. *: alive 1 .only By addressing the blind prejudices j n the OJ.saddesi braj re but sight ewiJ4ere&ineuTwi otaU ,waa ttrizcti -

L L, > Bi palpable remedy the infraction grievance.of It would be a plain[ no room for,Jaultfindingi except in that .he and until then): subside and be cbmparati :accordance. .with! :'the"i' proclamatipd t. !- .of and passion of thepeople, ,) for want of food, finding themselves suddenly surroamteij with:
:'** ,, party thereto to, refuse to submit treaty to>:for thfde-.any': commits tod few faults.; 'CsrrrtHDtw r is .ely quiit'and. anused.. .Iisnjpof',ibisthey I Excellency ,Gov Hnur,;the ,extra';session will starve.and die.. flre,r rushedvStagzered. sM uncertain fwolflame '

C cision of that power.' 'Such''refl1aal.w idin i equally,'unexceptionable,'so far,o.'j:'} .un*; .adduce,the'fact 'that;the"agitation of
r. -l iQi be a"violation of her pledged faith,'contrary; swerving rectitude o'.', the great issue of:I the! this quesjion:.of,slavery and anti-slavery is and. ;it really! ratified :WhigJpuX'ta( .tPLOB.tDJ.urs. ik'Ar13ii' :.. until. strangled and ..scorched ,tbeyi bed1
L ,my. jWit- "
i its to.the law olntionll and revolutionary daymightbequestioned.I, .Bn r in the present ever more"actiye at"the'commenthjnt'of f a ness the q4alifying.! :.and .,taking i of, seats of ,. .9 rje. 'Wooaey;? ;, ofth Uplacet'; has and fell, in full Yie' .oUulGdred&'whdcompletely were .
: character. ; ,powerless tos.pe.
_ r : Secession would be such a re theatOtbW .
J :.state of the cou try1t1aink It pVe-' Presidential l canvas and; ;rqujgh-thatcan the permitted.Ds to penis letter from Mr JoKnt '
fusal; tstrefote a violation solemn treaty? ( ft ; f; ,. new Senators in the.place of as manyrampant after.battling .jnsjde.of wbatttbeyhad.
I, and deserving of all! the:epithets which suchwant mature to prepare for', anId rfJf n! 1 : ..yassj'&aii'in. !? Khe. .several yearei succeeding> ,.designing:I loco f cos.;, 'The Whig'! Holmes- -formerly, of<\V_- hIDg.oa.dai; y*"rf uI*, sidered fire proofsfinding their eJ .

.' sr "of faith' deserves and cannot, be- "rightful. which! ;;must1 follow the, nomination! of. two an election and before it is.yet time to iiomi majority j .in both Houses.now;oyerwhelm. : SanJfrahcisco, May:.\ Uij giving:some par. I save the buildingsIvainienxlcavore4: to'es- '.
i t' jn' such, decided. ,.but not therefore, .the. IMS hpni. inate :leandidates,'afresh..: '..Would'that: 'this and *. ticnlars relative'to Floridians who cap but :too late,, The.doors andj window
ing- :several matters of.vital
I : But again 'We are' told/that theT'fightof oted .FILLMOSC" CirirrThe |were he.j )importance Florida blinds were red hot, and could not be:opened
: and wholly aCt for
; party Whigs as and' "thatVe were not to.the people'.of the-,,State,, who'are- California which! may teCtJ in J ome instances.and their last chaneemf
secession is an inalienable' attribute of strong
I. 2 sovereignty if that the States of this Union TEJrDE f. phase of' vehii'riow'b t re" for',"<*ifto "ee-'any'D": of.'alienation Ftbe! I advocates !f.the patriotic !Internal. );improvement .; terest to air readers, to: most of' i safety faile them', We ca not epriaa onr*

.'. are sovereign,'and., therefore, possess this the.country, .betokens a fusion. .of old:party r Iriendship.andaffections j of the'people of I the!> i policy:s'vbck; his;,ever chkracterued i persons. named are well. known. Mr.Holmes I z ensationiloi yesterday.whileIooku. opo1
? right, to be exercised according to the dictates feelings'the! '..practical effects of which are States from each other, .But sad tosay,this of ibis' ., e says he !lost-all ,his books, paperS &c blackened remains ofpoor.tuminfiyf*
thJ whTgparty. _State, will he' 1'' still buried. coaJs amid,the fire
of their best judgment. Let us see upon exhibited in Georgia Alabama and Mississippi. alienation I of fmtcmnal : firmly, the'late, fire they ;lay to> ,
iespect friendsi :
;t4 .i IP f wrly;;and. honora1 of ; -amoont. ,about $8OO-eay Dg which filled the clIaof a building ..Molet
; what grounds ,are based .the..claims' I the : ( course) :settled! t; ) o
) '
.- several States to the appellation of sovereign) Jn Georgia! .Whig and- Democrat are once.,%.closely! knitting 'jine hearterohourpeople and thus the'Empire State if'the: U iqntwiit ;only on&hak" :t ; i r' T1T"' -*" ;Ij gomerj still.law beyond the reach of'* 1'
f -
< *; from which such mighty.deductions are made. shoulder; .to shoulder :npon one:; platform' } together, is .be m1ug :8o: >promlnenthowever goon and td' efedeepito/p / escaped-irboth. boueand office r His family who gazed npod.them. ;)I&y...nsver agsDisee'so
:prospering j'
Tk The adjective sovereign defined |b be'"su. wbiernembeiorbth. ; :; parties',are also arrayed indevelopinent, .. freluctani l the miserible t r : b t a afnved.out good health 1 MH.. Bun.iu homd a.spectacle.. a nd* 'V-4J.*
preme' in 'power, paving 'nosuperc*" r." a .ground of lover-of ontitr' 'atcpnd.. c...esorted tahy' J lost his Besides the immense loss of property.1r5
0 Wh'tn'"e"sat.tben'Uiat such a State I 5,* upon opposition' ; thongh tau ; ma4p 1 r)E tb! 1 a1tLocorocoasm-. t4 buildings, renting perhaps for r.2 O have to record the.melancholy' thai teat
upon principles.1!less 'definite'and'uneqnivo-j: cannot ( j kp l : i' per mon\h.. tMr. Yales position is .. .
sovereign State,1 we means that she possesses 3 p ltw The;State..w it this 'sessionfbe; : fe-disi "' consider-_ or twelre ,individuals lost'theirJites. -W*
within herself the supreme power over.: her cal.fn! 'Alabama. ;Vyhigfpresses! and ..t l9 r. II..tat .!(I ithJDg| *.pbJitica.f} <"p art5es :i itfed fifi "el t f f .t_; :' edampngjhe first Californai h.i-tj ,made have' probably not yet .heard'ofsba1ttbaZ

.' people;; that .atnrUvr which ihe'may'passnot I Critic presses are sapportingTGoT.Oas $. must" helAmainljraccounable.t'( : : de!' : in" bX'bj :;I fession as much as $50,000 5' were burnt i up, bn .among tsem'krecat
void-by tne law of' God is'binding upon I' i the eandidatewbo.\ .eaU)seeks to uphold: i4/yftit% 4K*::'i. rit;'1lie'il'iL',-* *''"_i wr'L fl ;apportionment' New. York t doing handsomely. lici \VeJab; f, Baltimore,;EdweBt *, ) >
pun '
her I' ... p ; for.tbecoming tawrenwRyan
people,1 whatsoever'mabe its ; ten will ti'titfe4 Genbaumaud4 .TbefOflOWi
purport::. the Union : --.i. years )\ to ? Yinctnt*
Can thi*r be predicated any Stale .in the I by maintainng) ; ; Sonthernfrigbland % .re k utt D. o4, I.a oeatioD.Of but thirtyfthree memSers one" less:.than1*:lit and 'iOlfareat: o-b -l latter getting $60 i ing g tfi.Djut batcnou ( off
American Union 1- The Constitution olibl .tempeni his devotidto, .the South) bycabecoming consequence ia..its' beginning, and '' present' 5 ,hM' < per T ''month'. ?,*and J fcuij T 'Eugnejbckm A them dangerously trust : Capt''Howard
BPP ,2' United States declares that the "Constitutionand ; and fceartfeit! fa D i $ 1.! .!' iii-f.- has -- ? i j t Mr. Wells Jarae
: aspiration for;the DI'I liri1.thelrlpartiisaQ iCai Y ,' f' .Jf tiilfi"tm t,1'tl1't.j"1$ gone toJUwumiAes., CLrP* Coopet b'at King;:ofWw. GectUsJoes
fKStrfet the laws of; the' ,United tatel""'which perpetuity of'the, : ..j -).: ,I. :f1t.; "" ? oco'bemgiIAPt : WilsonAlyrpn Norton Bernard T.
H Unlon.In'MiulsstfP it! lighted a b1 that lfl"dim y -I'f9 f-J 'j'-i" T" Culloma., PjytooaftdQ'
S.iWi '
.. "_ Sanderson is t't1S n' *'
1 *. shall be made in pursuance thereof and all FOOT and QCITMAK-are' ; d. .. J ., _- YrlP. ..U. an.guih werf resorted.tqveueh a degree/of/ ;"i Dfa ir. Fails o.) Correo. "l .'IJ ;. 'J M"'
: treaties made'or which shall be mde'unthe .a.ntagonhifor1 Lta;: .: 6"Tb"l'.:.. .r" }t m U! ttv.1) 1 the !sabl'f fwhich, a'membe/'ofithe:! "*' *rtjl'l!is .MesStep'l "an4: (Cole:; area lit ITbmoatt a.ew{ J. scene"aa cu** t
"r authority Of the United States; shall, qnbemnatoriaicbair teing Democrats, tooDav'Jb, ;thein t.toheJi always known in work.J .Coh'Norris! farming/.at'BQdago i ,/: Iron buUdirig of aft &McGauiUmtlbetar
.. ) the fj'.t
the supreme lav of the land and the j judges but divided .onthe/questions, arising"out of shameie.Jtsaid, ) in' underir#:..,! .. '! -:in: distric.". s1o',*-* diid1g' a>.:' s'","' '.i-' O" bout 20 males from'San- 'Franciac ._ nerof. Montgomery"SarameDto'.stxetsInto .
in every,State'shall be bound thereby'ILDY; the Compromise., -The;causes'>which conduce th e J wo- aec" 'o:,a.1L IIV r'I.ot.br. '.J\.Jp..,.,. "If ,':,.,. ,.' cause.. a,very giest. cln rg to .Le. doing 'welli;!; .c&$4e q. said 'thU five:personsbad l.-after i1U1
thing m' the Constitution :or laws of;;,any .,to this'State rof .things vexisi i at'the J'UJ1,, "".. -il i> 1.444-.J; : w1-/11*? l.bereoL athepapjihepreeent i ; : 'Legii l l. Holmesbv4anoffici: "% 'lr r; flames haij,.reached't i in orderto savf jenw 1
State to the contrary notwithstanding." No North 'u' "T t' c,,- ";oYDJ."t.,"* loi? hs nxnythatrRS .tire Igbty neceary; /,The VbigiiD"'tliii? T ; together; P.Jost :his valuable articles..' They, closed all tto.iron
State,' 'then, possesses the supreme' power re&o llhf DciJti eTpie:. >, *?l h er< Ben 'At'mrr"meetin r 'mattertwill purs ii r i' d lIb 1' "o 1s l library and {e1fect::except one .trunk-s a fr, window shutters anAqoorsvrSolihat.BPt** .

within herself. 'The ,Constitution of'the 1 Northern yaMKeajrinhaveljto..bandlo., gf our Cocgreas the.feeling bf/estrang iu alekisu rth1: li" 'ttCi'k'b'.f'a.. rae.- $2ooo;, Heisnow at i rame cit draft ofairrnight enter.>,tWben they, ouHd .
United States is the supreme law, above gelher' :JthemevJofty which I o-tte ''' '' r(: i a Dce of ecided wh&* :' '. the house getting too.hot.to; Jon&er
; .pnrpose ,.. .eoun js' haiitoopUl'nty; which .wall be ihat. orse;>>:takeirjbtse :; : stay any'
1j the laws'and the constitution of State ., : jt. .1 Zbereafter, at,.least f'o ( but horriakta >
any : .impels men to break from1 party ties In the memue.'r l'll L.l. i. : e < C Tr : ...tk' they'attempted to &et'9Q ,! re*
A eyiuencxa py ,.W' various. hal! the ? y" ELoming,. late
State'-lajpot supreme iri p wer; She SoatbJ. ;; 1."J pec congressional t gation be iJ the wndowand.4ooraba4rexpande&I_
"bu''iu'rIor," and ijsieceuarjcbr ol.1arii >!- Therefore' .',-_febodlJ. .the.".',: ... 'i..t& ;iza.evenfs |t-.t..t-Lt.A? l...lfjf'pa! ; lNI'.J1oticeabJ. In i thegeneral : looked upon( V pif iiy to thetmines: .. CoI-Loring; rifle; regL waa so,with, the .heat, tha.ajl their jefior weteDt
j Is not sovereign j :, J/, t1. we rraDg niehtetaade: ;1Jb a;after'theiifrrinl f1fi i of expected,there daily, to embarkrfbrr theAun unable. to'ONIU ;,.AJlwithjo; perished

I And'egafo f fJO.y.e're.p(1.1! ( ,. :Yoritwiu:! .. JI-" ef with;reference". ,t the integrity;of the' ; wiJl'1ne .-with t; ne"'Dt-i.f I(" owai';' H..r j hae, :new laJJ.i'cayed in'Yandy .operations.. seen on'Monday mcurninf,' '
) ; ,The market
< *:I. par now,stand with (,& tt was glutted, and.prices the'rains'beneauww ,
t& cetved, that tl a given nauoa, possesses.Done> ndJas&iiotwo, 'of ;the J. ct -- -- >VT manfully ('beads up" on i the were t> l l '('i 94 iO
.q of ihe, attribotes, of aoyerignty; the ,cannot ; men ffWWAJPJQl'W f he,jan $an abolitiondeterminedly ,,broad platform Of'nationairsta laid'down belowMbose ofNewYoik 'Lwnberisi;ian At.S'o'clock: nnJtheMay molJungr01Jh..t5dlT' .
part; j d to uphold :the Unlori s.But : ; .r.'by! : proved since the fire but before'. ,' ,
: be wvery n.. sovereign! State .coin j eLoiddcJiyef"hrmi: thipatrotzcZ4inlnlstrtion N it could\ ;not t a severe nhr rf TIT rw n miiwi n .i1
money r iy.make.treaties--oay fonaValll may and tHe ws; with the proBpect jof lter. a'Dolttf .'())y I1 ;n",...*Wubih. 'J .''"CI, '. pay1reigbtItwnow| up1 to $4Oto$7j;per felt: 'vThebuilding alt shookaMtrefibJ
c'i-***- % ** W'h.- ":' '
ancei,'' offecsive and ,defensive-may ,Ury i itroqprm.ap4 te* :.soppprt, of:"ithe! IJIDI avoids'"eerumemUrmVreespecIaJly' 'i( '. ." :'" :\. gln| ar pt Jhle in rthe: L M. \iTbe in timber business scarcely,,pays,. 'any": the gamblers upon Lontheirjablesleavingtheggo14jkeced.VVharf. reshedlrsn)

: equipsbipsqrrit, ,:. country.' The state.-of; UDlo-paryDfthe. if.b-" eleetj'onby.the HoIAii'Iubl1 oa Tues. thing y.. California'iij_.___ :at'praent.. .*.., .r' [ll .. ,
-oVdase" '/_ make: She n4i wincllnej I{faw t***fof,4kT4 ft-il.. jltt'r! "r; tirir .DD rOt tecl. .Mr

mat may deGWe who are'her cHizens peace..-may do- everancfo, puey tis is. fuIIr l : fb;",be UJtra In ,. ,...revInJacf a 'member I raise 'Wh"-"H'oq'." 'tJ..riiYt. 'i' : ,EKANCLrATIO1 orSzAyjA' pr Ti n'nU.been. f1ntodthst1cand: : *. :aJMD\. '
fine and pniWi J tronyl3eaber.t i r- ajso by oar- correspohdeut H.; 4hoagh his from-a: JaiStat81!s"'bnt seldom-found. .' .' ).-j -r t.oi..s : ? 'ffii. t. Convention. adopted hythe *VirgiaReform' was,created.,.,.U'seeaaeaV at t CHlI.'tt.iID it _"
rito'b': sequin pew :lerritory-Hnay In. elusion as:to/the:;. be.reme4l a '" i'thr'samebouiewjih n i- city. peaket of thitody;g in i the Committee ol the Wtole t though,the' YW: J4 b:._tpW 11T'I1 -
a&oti. I : ona1ntr..e'c: : I ; Tbe'Speaker."at the;KS sI3Of'laint' prohibiting the Legislature the Statejrom .wa ,shinlojbtifujly at.1t

ichicAaca.',1t' .--'.. u, ,"'Miflt&tlw,' ."', :.2 .. ,/t.','" '.ol.'-i.,cUofls' ".'..'. .. j;lt' ttf cRAt'. :from\H .our LM'W1 r*,:.:. y t. #$:!.b,,: tH..._ ".ca',.'I'--;" -:-i.-, ... _. 1r'L "ri". ey'I WUJL : i;; Ei'ir.::of:Sn: slaves passingguij.-*.' ""|. uir forthe_ f. ;:< 1' tij-:-*, tt\e. thermometer rarajiag about w. ,- "* yTTfh -, -
> ; California
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San' Francisco ;; n' TSE paIJlj'.kt TlJfWE ; -_ -.- :. S :=.. 'i4
of convicts
at English teM ltlm.' ,r.1 rp ) .,;Jl.AiK t4. 8 .aafPRILI.al Jr"HB "J PRISOa "
frwn Port Sydney. .f .a.T.Ii' *" ,' ..fx :'' ':M.JJ.1 .' .k cnam. ;, SfI). -
> 'euupM" ,'- 'W LeC1E biSj,.._. ,: .. ; U'I'J"LB,.. J.uB ..
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M/La/ arrival that U hailed vrtlh quite a different BOSTON.- ""r -
IK rcasuAxcE or tAtr;t MILLARD FILLMORE h. _..dwojaW..1 ; .L'.: 1d"ef ; 4XAr2
Is hat of huge numbers of Celestials E- M e1T1JJ1I1 "T2m'ESTATES tT : F 4RMZR Oriiiil
feeling, ,Pxtsroxxfor Umu STATS "IBtHotel.? ._,.,- ATUJt ,vot. .
-Chinese.:, Quite an extensive emigration oi'AI EUCI DO Hxjucxr'" ..I AJ ."'tor."11111.' toc. ." '. ..c.i =, ..> :'..,"- *-:,.'--iIi .1iI.iIr ;. ,.-.J JJLWm bopaaHsaod ontb*frst of April 1. ir' .. .'*r. a
movement from China to of visiterVoadwa T moss ,u*,*]Dr& *-cr- h-' ( ..' '"'' 'rE "' :MXt'ThS2titUat. LErv.'and5TratiW.Of S L..aiNo. ..rr.c. ,.
aIiforoiiI|j ,MAX* aurowx THAT rcxuc gates TILL U -iUbIfnrnlsbSdatsaykouvIn tt 1M V..8&&ItI. .
the eyonlar ; p .3'ui1" ,'' T.. earn.pesntbskgwstIese.ia.camgrsii1.f ". SOW..JIftr.rF1r "
; of. The Chinese '-Jr .1 ;
are '.0
is:>*pokeD l1ELD AT TBL UUfX3TIOXKI >LAn Or- day a&IMden tII'IoI&< 1i5CthS Vamiealb.It .! I UM

and industrious people., ,_ . ,nets tx TUX STATX AXXJUUAS,AT TBS th*Arbor wBl no found a rw .. '- u. ; ---.a" .-''n l' ,UaUoi States from fetfto 198 iasbtsW, royal C 'I .... .
Creamad --" Ladiu. .. ,' ..n.:W M 't .
TXXIODS uExcnrAJTxa D siojuTK0TO WIT meeaM1a1eaaroi,1IMt.eaU._ gq5ie_. 1 :- ..!,sztsty0fMii ::_ I Ia.-;. .<.;; ',T" !! ,$ ; sapedorrhIn.1 34aai a4&&t4o.towbick_bor.isiti.
8. '
Senator. -
-.;> Balloting. Car' .U. -' ,-,' '. JackaoavilioJias 1L: ,Ja1flL r ., ._ '4 ooatiitaaiioaof tti 17 I WUI ttopubUeaUoaof. ay*.***.*** IjaUeuk.ralwwk.eaBedth.
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HATrpR0'Jnne 12. At the Land 05ce at alBATESYTLLE commencing : I Issesoag : .. ,.)..! ll-.ftllI.lIJ'. .- .

>'In the Legislature; on 'the 4th ballot for on Monday,the first day: of Sep .Zsi Ctevvit .....zueua 0 CIInI'_ at Z4ewYbrk. : i .. Wi. ".Farmer's' .Guide. n t0sd5 .. l.., .. .
._ !,i'P'imItda.1: 1io i ff'Cmt Ham ogte -ruca Met(t* 0* --
United Stales Senator, Seymour, Dem. received tember next for,the disposal of publiclands \It *,,, a f 4gTimini. :
H.D'Holland,AdmlaV.f Estoto *if* <7aoaiaTv raaoa Market an Aat 38 rotes Caelin Dem., 68 Baldwin, situated within, the,aDdtrm DUOned town : 's..fE4l
; ; S0ft.8.R ah-.., L. .. kMSWmo SmokedBsaV Coagress. prepared._aa ardor of the ,,
Whig, 109; Scattering, 8. The trial to elect I ships and fractional. '.TJX; '. J.B.'c. 5- : ..' -I ''' I' : tf- ;Seiat ,aMUb pab (hedagnoahtytaaRfolvo anther"JoIaaP'-4'1Niii.- .,: &e. .;as- 1
next Wed "t Alfred Hrne.'T. .- .if Utttaea raU\lody.ReyalBvo.', A.N. vie:
lias been postponed till ne5day. North of the base'tine and 'I1I.< C. RUley L w_ .. --a.1pmIIre..Lof' ProfeIWo l
.' : .This ladex Agrkiltsre .'r..eleli
wffl refer
1ttndimaI"'f.t D.hart;crosTg Mooney'the. PI ,aader ooetoas tWejt to *- &. : -
r Correepe.4 .f the Charleston. Cox 'principal' mas W..The*.Or Holmes, t5ee I each law,and every Joiat and Seaato aad'.Hoao This iitwork wm" '
ier. Township two of range three.' o.J Alson ft Bottrar and John S ',8aN. Bo resolve pablie or private,whUh has bira paawdar cornprlas tWOs,
I .( L "' < *" Dtw..o.' I adopted aader too Federal CoosUtaUosu that irg royal octave velnass-esotainlig ovurHBOpogovwtth19
of so
Township two four.. Mnrdock. ; "
range f .
WAsmxcTos,June 6. L Stdtt s PowdersTabl*Salt,**. I UM reader may so*at a glance fbi whole law oaaav or .-sptoadM*U1. engravIngs,
Fractional township fourteen. ,. north of WTPONiii4Vg sMgtheDi iCmsp1a1at AIID' 4 ortmeBtefCatlaryCar3joak -. ''I siagt*subject; i -,. -" aadsaorethaa 600 ogravtags,' oa w4, lath*.
) The Democratic State Convention held a White river, of range nine.Nort&oftAeMseImscni. V 01&he aiel c..pIabaU&aDd U Baskets, .Tab, Broom. *, Jest WaJW,JDomol OL)CMt- lam i*,it* highest style of ta*art, QlaatraUBf;ahmost ovary
few days ago: Reading, Pennsylvania thereby that certain of said Defendants Lo wits : Kttwnt Or4et traasmtodiato English by Wau Implement of basbandry BW ia iso by thSbes&
! to hare an influence on the foti re political''I tattof" the,fifth- L.)1. a B..ree Fares Brother.C.u..and Alfred Alt of wale}as"offtrafor salt at tho lowest i tishsLL.D.,.14'roea&e .Dieters'c.- farmers th*best,methods ploaghiai p'-"tag.

and it have decided principal meridian. Hogea an aow-residents aad eitisau of mashes'MORRLSEIL.' ; .Editod,ftoafUM OMoad Loadoa Edhioa,;fcy Hon harvesting. fce., Jta,> the various 40.
course of that State, may fifteen of two. South Carolina and that T.C.Rte- reside in CcsanB animals their highest perfection x ia short,tho
Township Uto
i range Coroefof Oetaa It Bay SU. LOTTOJL osw of tte Jadgess* .
ij influence; upon tne next Presidential I Fractional townships eleven 'and twelve, the StaU of Sooth Carolina.. JscksoavOu,'MarekZJ15I831.tt: -. I UM Coarfbr Coaua Tkas;':now.Loctam oa Pictorial fea&are of u.Not is anions aad will ,.
:electio ,A large majority of the Convention of six 'It is therefore ordained thai notice,to appear I Civfl aodPartiameatary wInUsmrdUcivr.Among nadorlt of iacalealabl.valao to tho stadaat ofagrtoattur
undoubtedly favor Mr. range and answer said BQk Complaint,be givea to la :theJosnaAhworws, tustrn Circuit I sity. JaSvols. Royal Svo. *. -* --rf
were :
1 the nominee ot the Buch.r r At the Land Office at CHAMPAGNOLE, Di4 DefeodliitUby m'pablieatbMi of this rdar IB 1.a4Cwt Vir1da.1Iachfdr4.y COurt UM writers oa too Roman Law';whoos : rh.neck 1 ac..1.n.w-Ja Semtmonthly

1I anan, as commencing on Monday the fifteenth day of some Newspaper priated U salt Cireait for the ,! ,works are best known to English and Amerieaawwytrs Naa1tenof5&e&OIa ozetadnry of ".

I the key-stone State for the Presidency. Mr., September next for the disposal"of the public space of too months:once a week eonseemtively .. ,. :'I ,and which aav*exerted the most iafiaBBeapaoarJaritpradeacei4 SteeIaigr&vlngaiaM i* Mtdat.2ft oata7er4P

Buchanan, during the agitations of ,1850,,: lands within the undermentioned townships from the date hereof.. And it b farther ordained; 'Doscu 4xnzws. :l' u toi11bw." i Don AT, "wboisporthZe4 forth* nUraworkiaBambers, of,whfch' thsrswil1bestIesittweitytwa. ,'
\ iris in favor of the Missouri Compromiseline ., that unless said Defendants appear:aad aaswtr : l JWJHraraasAkf 2 Of : ,_ : S
in of to wit: this Bill rf Complaint within,one aoath from W'T.10..aUsracu of this Court i dee%. says Jadg*Story Preface to Baih&eats) The British.PeriodJcaJa'art'&I. .
and prepared an argument support expiration of&M time of the : .L that the >feadaat Doreas Andrew. the foDows.rU( -
South af the base/is*.and vest of the fifth pvhUeatkta of Ahis resides MeoMlderiag lip sad the dreamstaaoes in .
.that measure but did not publish it, inasmuch vvrid i order, a Decree pro confess? wUl be taken anBost beyond th*lii it*of th*Stato of florida,t wits '.1 It was written II a tnJwGDderfal performaae Tbct London QuarterlyEevhw;(Ceuerntlft)
I that the would t .principal *. ia th* Stat* r .- His n., 'Review .
as he feared measure orO.Jt method ta exeeOsat,mad his matter Edinbnrg ; (Whir.) Tb. Ncethf
not succeed. Among other democraticlcan.didates Townships eleven and fourteen, of_range ,TIIODOUGLAuage. b. Oa'motion( Bater.So1Je&er ror' elear,.and eomprhasivo.n Urttlib Irariew. (Free Cbreb.1 The ,W.

whose have been mentionedin seventeen. L Isldor V. Garnte;.Clerk.of aLl Court. do CoBtplainant, [,'Ii ordered that.th* said Defaa- -, The object of lbs author,ia'this'leaned wodacUoa stir = (Liberal,) and BUckwoodTs Edia, S
names dint asearead,&IIIftr. to Ute said ,was to disembarrass tissue of th burgh Te'.Worh. --" .
Town hips eleven of ranre eighteen. that '. pelletpies ) ;
CassGen. hereby certify the above b tree from .
the review are Gen. Houston copy BlU.1 eo months,or th*sam win h*> taAndUisfoihAr'Ordered : $provisions of the Romaa law which an n' -
At the the of .
Land Records .
HELENA said Court of order p.W'7
Office at load tha
Senator and cammencing an oa ,
Douglas UM tech
ksnuainfo&- atioa.from
Judge ; general aadappH
}Woodbdry '
on Monday the eighteenth of August the. seventeenth day.of Jua*;A. D. 1SSLta ; -shades above ta t""JK'bn$4 neaR
. General y 001. day ;.tiata eopy of this :]iioal of UM lystem,aad by pmen ng themalKatnral portkm of their content i dervetod
nut for the disposal of public lands -- witaess whereof 1 hereanto set my hand order duly eerlNewspaper t1ad U pabliahed'ia ems pOlls .. ADd sdestific method,to reader them subjects.. Ills their literary* character to political'which

within the L.S. .aad.affix theal aid Court.Isrooax 511th.Eastern Clrcatt of Florida tot ialriaunjgibl,aad their attainment more. ase-
ANOTHER CCBA ) .-The New following named townships and I V,GAXSIX Clerk fee.JaaT7I85L.l .' give thorn their chief veins, aad ia',that i they
the space 1Ir TM'months. fal and agreeable; sad though the work was .
stand far above all
Orleans correspondent of the Natchez Cour. parti of-townshisps, viz: 4aOK confessedly other journals of
.March H;ii ,- (edr particularly intended for aod adapted the French their clam.81aclireod still *

ier writes: North of the base line and east of the fifth I Irao..DOUGLA' ;Dee the eg,it is act less applicable guidance otChrfstopher, .

I told the other day that the Cuba principal meridian. IOT.lCI' T8 ASSII&IIS'& I T JIldpAe. k to every system of law of which UM Romaaeoae cieat celebrity,*j at tii't 1t. >trraetiv
yon is either ia which U is
: Sections thirteen, 'ICtiurri the cabo"to be stro.'Copy of th* a part,or reoogaised as a *,from the soviet aadothMiterary -,
bad twenty-three .
been abandoned.
not T twenty. of
movement can I i Irigiaal order ia th abov stated body writtea reason' besidesthe general notable, written for that
inform you that in leAS than two months four and twenty-five east'of the St. Francis i.-a.. 'eas.' Witau my hand aad the claims which the work thus possesses to the attention .Ant appearing ia its dbtamni .both Magadae ia Great,

unless the Government should succeed inagain river, in township three range fonr. A $al of said Coart this S7th day of of the American lawyer, Domat has a peculiar Britalaandia th*Uaited States. Sash..b.

defeating the plans, you will hear of' Township nine, of range seven. I March, 185L 1 S.ScAXBoaoovH CTh.C. C.api institutions interest in those derived of the' la: State*from,',whoa,thos legal. of -The Caxtoas"sad"My New Novel"(both by
I and after the 10th day of..., the day te are part Balwer.) "My Peaiasuhv Medal. -Th Green? I
the of the expedition. The South the base line and the France ia the Roman
railing men are of vest of fifth ofjepartare.of the Steam Paeb1lil or Apaia,and art thus founded Hand"aad other serials of which aumeroas rival II
raised, the officers appointed and the steamers principal meridian. In the Battera Circuit 'Co. law. editions ar* iaraed by the loading jpublbaor* ta'

engaged for transportation. They are to, Township foar and part of an Island in t !>4ralC._.,.wtdju. of Tb UM publishers reasons Eave that induced a modern a belief edditioa on the:of-'part this this eoaatry bars to be. reprinted .by hoes pah .

from three points and will lichen from the page of Blaekwood, after it kf,
start different
sections thirty-two thirty-three, in township Jon TCMTE, 'J chanceryvs ._ celebrated work would be acceptable the profession kin .tl *y AfmrfcAoW 4- Co wthatsebsorfDerstoth -
rendezvous witho4plhe jurisdiction of the and have fed them to ia ,
thirteen of } ; enrage
one. ; aU
range P..MCNELTY Reprint thatilapsin.
CAP'l' may
United Stales. number of men to start K Bm'for'DrvorceZITappcarfajto'thesatisfaction ; of th* English translation of it by Dr '
ihe T4zrn. ,
At the Land Office at LITTLE ROCK, From Savannah to Psfatks Will be TUESDAY Straaaa.' ways rely oa haring the tarliett reading of thsis

in the first place, will not exceed 1,000, and' commencing on Monday, the first ,day of arriving SATURDAY. ,connecting with the : of; theCoart; ._1 __._n ._,__n_ .."
they will be divided into four regiments of September next for the) disposal of the public Steam Ships JL ,thatMsr]-Tamer the defendant ia the above FROM Ho!*."JUDGE EUSTIS CHIEF JUS per aannm. '
entitled eaase, resides oat of the State of Ftosjd Del
250. each. lands in the following ed tracts on OJ-FLORIDA LID .uu..c.oFor sad beyond Jurisdiction i of this Court There 'rICEOFflIESTATEOFWUISIANA.. ., ]ForU1 Reviews.- $$'C

arid near Cypress lake, viz: New York. ,She 1ri11 continue to leave on fore oamoUoi of Oscar Hart, EM.,Solicitor for -'Bxooxuxz, .1L1850Gcnunrcts For EM'''thro W. ,do '7 BOG '
ARRIVAL OF THE EUROPA. North of the base line and vest of the Tuesdays throughout Uw JeV.oanTlal' said Coep'.1i4i1j'Il it Ordered That said defen- I have examined tho sheets of say doFarsllfooroftb.K.viewg 5 800.CO .
fifth dent appearof aid answer to the bill of eomplaiatwithia tile translation of the admirable work of DomeS '
Cotton. meridian. the United Slates Mail ., For Blaekwood's Magaziae./. ..3 00,
'Advance la principal -
said eomnlainaat 'four. moaths,or OB the CiviT Law;,which you have beea'kindenough
NEwYoaaJnne2lIP.M. The South half section eight the south For Freight Engagements or Passage,having the.will!s taken as confessed against her, to send me.' Yoa>win have.Tendered a For For Blaekwood Blaekwood and and tare the four Reviews Re views; ,IO.CD'F..F..GIIide O GO' '

25-11 half of ten fractional sections fourteen and superior accommodations Stat Rooms ft*, apply AitMrtharCdalyoertiaod ferta.That a espy of this order great.service to the science of law by Ute pablieatioa. 'I ,.SOt
RECEIVED SAVANNAH JCNE IB? A. M. the north half of the on board or to FrxNAioxz,BBBXX Je Co.., $y the Clerk of this Coart U pabQshod "Th form of'-th* English'editIon of the teomplctnIae.J ) I
fifteen seventeen
The steamer'Enropa' arrived at Halifax at 9 I east Agents,Jacksonville. E. F. -' far some tewipaper printed within too.Eastern translation.was too large and iaeoavenieat-cad PaymoaUtobo made in all csaestnadiu4rcLUBBING. ; S.

o'clock this morning with Liverpool datei to the half of twenty-one, twenty- wo, the north ;.cEN,4geat.Ssyansli,3ne181. .' Ciroattol Florida nee a week eonsecatively, its scarcity and high price prevented its-general rj.-

inst. of cotton had'advanced half and southwest quarter of twenty-three, ': ; ': : forth*said s4ee offoar_tlaa;- ase ia,this ooaatry. 'Tb preseat pablSmUeo, A discount of twcHtpfct jser crat.from uVaboveprice

11th Middling qualities the northwest quarter oi twenty-six,and the frJ-This Steamer will leave Jacksonville for >,- ,i*. J THO.DOUGLAS Judge,to.J.lsidoro from i rita style* fexecaUon and moderate I *, win,bo.allowed to laM ordering

nearly an eighth Id.) emu the account west half of the northeast quarter of teen- Savannah every'RIDLY MORNING. at.seven V.Garni Clerk of said Coart do price I think cannot ran ia reaun.rstiagyon.I I four or mort copies of aay sneer more of tho

by the 'Arctic' (1th inat.) Fair Orleans was in township threei of-range-four- .'clock;nntil further notice.. hereby eertiry that the above is a true copy from Th*translation by Mr.Strahaa has been tested; I above works. Thus 4 copies of Blaekwood or'
ty-seven, lathe bat
quoted at six and a half 6Jd.,-and Mobile at, : June12.. lawtf., the Records of said Coart of an order made oa the UU the main of correct wOl be improved under '. one of tie Review'will be seat to OM address for
twelfth day of May,A.D.1L revision thudilor.Jadgo Cashiag. 89 4 copies of th*fear Reviews and B1actwoo4rOl'
teen.Lands ; .
5Jd. The sales of the week: Ia for solution of the
five seven eighths- appropriated by law for the use of searching a apparently 5-
HEW OLOTHDrO STORE Ia wit'whereof 1 beneath sot I $33 and se-on.
amount3 it 47,000 hales of which speculators I schools military and other purposes, together 1' =* ,J.ODE, AgcNt, t.L baadsads5xth.soslofssIdCourt.my new which questions oar advance arising is oat civilization of the various is creating relations;sad (>>.Orders from'CtuJ mast bo seat Una ttht

took 3,200 bale with Mhose and overflowed lands ,' ''luDou.V.G.&UJL Clerk Jte. I tmUuhtn, as ao discount from these priceseanb.aflowedtoAgris1s.
swamp ia judging of those reforms of the law which ar* '
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and Cry .
made unfit thereby for cultivation" if any, HAS .opened_a new Clothing .MayI$,-1S5L, 4m, ia dIf.TO1tb.satin rogressd parts United States Money earreat ia tho Aates wher sIanadifl1'b.reeeIvedat1r
Arrival at the JaeluonTtlle Hotel.CoL. Goods Store, ,tb.veins ci Lb.civil law will b* appreciated \ .
which shall be selected by the state authorities 1 .- -;'; *
( S. BCFFISOTOX, Proprietor.] MASONRY. BRICKLAYING,,PLASTER- Ii_t.e bellDdent.ood..J It'eaaaot.be-otherwise .
before the days appointed for the commencement OH BAT 8TKXXT, Oil DOOa lEST Or ilL J, yR.it1snaM 'e mmaaieation shouldt
with of written which
Jane 25_T,E Buckram, John C Hately Fla.;, of the public sale respectively, J'DfJlEOO'1- .t'. ING, & .' centuries governed a system the most wonderful reasons social,organixaUoa for be always addressed' poet paid or franked to tho,
C ii&1I.u,Ge.; 3Sti. R w Brows Baltimore fBTHE UNDERSIGNED takes this method of Publishers., -. LEONARD SCOTT JkCO.,
the entitled "an to enable the that the world has witnessed aad
: under ) act act invite the citizens of ever ;
ML; Cot Lewi;. Ala.; den Gontallas Ga.; A ND ars crrru.T JL that he is nod/to do 33Fa1I astN.T.entraneeo1dit.The G.
2Tlh. W S Graham Madison, FI&29tLJaIBeste1l' p state of Arkansas.and other states to re IL Jacksonville and the surrounding wintry IDforaiDJ.Wio Sta eoVerk. which ia the reaIbasiaOfthe jsriaprvdenco.feoutineMal
Howard Miss Howard.Tallahassee the lands' within their limits" Moons aad se*fortheiiielvss.Yea wiTh potiv.1 *- & Europe,amid a Urge loa of that .-
Va.: Rich claim 'swamp ke.Ac., B* will tarnish pleas.and,drawiags ef England sad the Jailed States. or Glob
0 11 Marshall. New Smyrna Pta;A 28th 1850 ill be ;boy your Goods ia this New Store cheaper than when datredj for whom ho II '
; approved September excluded mnoa* engaged It would be quit aseless forme to speak of themerits
did Jacksonville before. A Cmrresuonalj1Agncittiural and LittrarwNewspaper. .
J Dozier Madison Fla; G J Araoa. Brunswick,, from Vie 'sales: And no locations for ever you in J.MODE.KISS to salute aHft without extra charge. ;Hi* of_the great work which yoorcaterpriae is
Ga. R R Davis o.-Jaly 1st. J N Reeve JnnelMm. *? 5- 'J :'i.o.rrun
; heretofore law well bon to the citisent of Jacksoavill a* aompeteat aboat to give to the Amerieaa public. ,From the
ft R Fairbanks,Miss Bollock, Col Pearson Fla.: land bounties granted by any meehaaie sad work h has
$sTWARTl BKMXVART. performed isolated posUkw which the cirillaw baa been per- I BsdenigBOd'sabmit to thepublic! his
of Congress for militMr' services rendered r.-exercises of this School will be. already for eitisens.of Ute place ho retest to as aa miLled to.occupy England,few of UM standard L proposals tboGunx and its reports for

SHIP NEWS. to the United States, via be permitted on any .1. dad util the first of,October next. samen- additional evidence of his qtralHteafinns. '_ works eo have been translated Into the next sesaioa Congress. Congress has BOWSO ,

of the above mentioned lands as provided by Jm-3L fj>: Casts sad Moulds for nt-taJ'*ator. English,and this want basant been )-" liberally :patroninof tho aadertakmgthai,UwiUbvestabQshedft >

PORT OP JACKSONVILLE. the act, entitled, "an act making appropriations ingalMfaraisbed.JOHN IVERS. th*original English treatises oa that sabjeet,1have a standard work worthy oU .' S _
for the civil and diplomatic Ia ISM Circuit Cmart Eaatom Ctrcadt ..fi.ntdaDYat N. IL-To Planter hewoald .7 lie has mash no doubt that in-Louisiana ia Texas iaCaKforuia official imprimatur unless the uadenignod foils
CLEARED. expenses ,, coauitw. patting Sugar Batteries sad ,sad lathe new TerritorIes of the United in his duty' 'I1da-m not beta$ easo if_
of government* &C, approted 3d March, Sat ooaldoat States,as well as in Lowec Canada,there will effort Can avail. The Gross hv the oaly. paprthat
,,Jane 1t.-Seh.Athos. Robinson Phfla.30th. WZLLIAX B.'Ross, V .' Belt work ia line that ho eaa j'the .
be demand for & TheprofesauatBroagBoatUt trill tarnish nfl
.-Sch. Kaloolah.Glazier, HarpsweQ.Tnlr amplest satisfaetion. a ready your theprceedokgsaa4u 1
9n.lTtri..Olir.. ,.K ll._ N.TT Bay 1841.The offerine of the above mentioned lands CSAKLKS UtcL.AUachaed. ,.._. CbarJeI'J.L *Union win readily lendtheir" debates of the two -House of Congress; and having
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-J favor to th*aadertakiag;and 1 trust that received&heir.l&Detioa a*such the best Reporters /
Brig Judge. WhitmanLewia:. -, N. Y. will be commenced on:,the days appointed, maE defendant and other person Interested Jacksbnvine;',May 185IIy your enterprising house will Sad it. interest ia wffl be engaged to write eat'&he de_-'

'?' : '" I' will proceed in the order in which theyare JB. are hereby notiled of the tostitation of the ]publishing from Urn to time,lath*English laaruage shack day". ela'.WiJl ucJero.reviiiosrof

KondE. advertised, with'all convenient dispatch, II IIand :to above entitled and plead salt by to the attachment declaration and filed:required ia said Bounty LaadWasbiaston' _Ge i 1 .men! sissy suaoara'woru. 'at,,wiu lorm u* the Members. The warkafter pog t bran, ,*,.. I IS
appear GL
adootaclvilinwIibrery. theDAttT and rrceivingeorrectioawifl;;
OF JACKSONVILLE nil: tbs xrbris' sfcsU bare been oflredand '-
TO THE ?HU4PrBA8ERfJacksonville "D.C.TOSKFtt
euo. ; ,:. < ., Iremaia gPE1w.,5vmT., yespeetfili, be presented,as finished; fa the COnGX"AIAGLans
ABOUT TilE Sr. JOHN'S RIVER. jthe sales thus closed bgtno'salt shall be ;for J'Wt ,
; 'AU". < -WAUCICtt. will giva prompt i iU bodieat. servant .. GEORGE EU. and Aisurgirav <
THE SUBSCRIBER often his services to. the kept open longer than.two.weeks, and no ,June 28,1851 3m. J and efident attention to th* BOUNTY Mea, Lrrrxz jcBavirH.. "'. : The debates will probably!iaweas iatrt .

4.general-together with his vessel private entry of $&y of the lands will be ad. LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers OBJ 4 .- '- -.- .-'.' ,-- : daring the next session. The ODe subject which .

the Schooner MARY to carry freight or passea- mitted until after >the expiration of the.two -. ..PORSALE." .'i. the FunroA VAX or ia cither of tho,J Imiaa 1 FROM ALFRED HENNEN.Esq.; OF;THE. cngrossadth last wfll doubtless give way ta others .
geTs to any place or places along the St.JobD',1JId Two,8toryDWailiut House, WARS.la which the.U.State have hoa;*B I.Dr .' NEW ORLEANS BAIL of great .variety-'which; ia this progressive. ; S
Nassau rivers. Also the folio win T, places,if required I weeks. A jest completed,. conveniently I tM _War with'..BrU of 1SU$ ep&. 1150. eoaatry tile coaaieU of fatty'Bad Uw ritflcLtpz1tl '

to wit t St. Mary's, St.Augustine, Sa- Given under tay hand at'theCityofWashington fi- arranged for a large family.with allS I claims oa the U.States f MuJTAav ssavKXs ..:_ '._..& distinction, aecessarily .'-$ .
vaonah,aDd Charleston oa reasonable terms as this.sixth day of May, Anno naeeesaryout bafldiags a pleasUt 'winauI rx5SiOrsLonnu>rzxTVke-aadto '_GaUemea Ul*" 01111.1'10 loan' 'that- wffl b*at stake apoa. ., S

ran* b*carried. Domini, one thousand eight hundred and : part of the Town of Jacksonville., ,Attached ;say deseriptiOn.c bnine,.reqairtagam Agent or am ia pablihipg a revised,odiUoa of tho aext Congress y aad theA-biea1taLa$Ia .
: JOHN THOMPSON yea ar*engaged braaehoa which will b* sv.ke IsQeiJ i "
both ,
; Well '
UM i gsrdenu4 a a&WFot'proaariag rLadWarranta
t* pnmioa *a vegetable j Attorney DOXAT Crvn.Law.N. ,
fift 'Strahau a translation of : oa {
.JaekM>nvffle.Jnly3,1851. tt 1-one. ,of oxoeUeat water. Titles endispiL&bla. his charge win U*5. Ia other ease .work ia the English language. '.th*,same AH;tbs honors of the RepubBe.oepea-.
MILLARD FILLMORE.. : will be bibs satan sad dent so the suceeatioa U;th* Preaideaey.as w.4as
the proportioned .
I : 'ALSO.- sharp .sabJoot,is to compared with it,for th* f aHaes
SELLING OFF, By the President: ABkely .of cooaebaiaeter, 'difficulty Ute ease.. .. w andeorrectaeasof& trian.saqs4thmegb.ttia aU th great sad permanent Interests which I" .
vouf negro to UM advaaeemaat of;the ofibs oaatry j
wlta2AreaU power
J BuTTranixD.' : a good eook washer and iroatr.: '' He wUlabe act ia eoaneeUoBf or f '-31 will to the.acUoa ol,1Q mxt Caoth > '
.v- c' giro impulse:,
mmtI 0'' DIY &llOllL Attoraeys Florida who ayb..p1oys4k: &PUtio tho
pre- -
Commiitumer of the General Land Office. -- -. 1; AJ.SO. r': .. i .ftIda of'
; 3ointy Land sad other c1abU is times. the of Lbs most : .
A valuable plantation ia Colombia eonnty,Fla. WLIek I. eat, it ha noofrod avprobrtioii : !e ii1j'GWi1rD". 'D;
Letter. (
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THE Subscriber would respectfully inform the NOTICE to pIU-EMmON CLAW- containing font hundred aDd forty-eight acres first may lie'a PO fa-4J.bto&&eDtJea ,learned meaaaaVawyenia ovary wintry, *saadoa of Coagreat/aad weekly th*remainder
m tho 2'a'alsoa
cetn Cod
1)a of Jacksonville and the vicinity lands together with the valaable Laprcymenttb.ereoL' ,- J"i very 4easryedlyTbS compilers of I efUM ,Itwffloontai foil and fithfaLre-i
raUeottoa yoar
tbt as b* intends laying in a large stock of Fall ANTS., ,...l .. : '"' l :1.Jawtt.: -. drew eopioatly from it for-Oaeh work.anoleonui .- ports of., roceedingi of.both Hoax of COB

and Winter Goods that be will dispose of hUpre.t.D& .- Every person'entitled to the right of preemption .; : 'I. =2UgndiS4 u.lnfll1l1ia" CTMS; aadauseeBaaeousarttelMOB them general
summer stock of dry roods at reduced to any. of the: lands ,within .the The- fbDowing- lands ALSO,5 ia Marion county....?twHi : I h. seIi4-cat Gims,' .- ly life;whiei may;C=9ni tat the si gular decisiOnS,.- aabj***to whiditt to devoted. viTi / tsAfFeetijr ,

I (vices consisting in part of Plata aDd Em-' townships and parts ot townships abort enumerated :One PlaaUtioB containing sU kindred sad rahHE SUBSCRIBER take*"thle'.pisitsaIty aos>ad wW Of alii.1Mfen-ieDI&Dcl eod The GMe wffl contain Agrieaitarar
broidered Parasols, Lawns Chambra A' ,to iafbrm the planters of Long Stapl* Cot- daring Lbs tlIJcu thadoptioacfh .4Domal -g article} o4-a-n -" .
: Ire .1. ;
'and Lustres Ginghams Calicoes,Cam- ,Is, required' to establish the same forty acres wen improved--on* containing' ionsthUhestmooutiaaesthomaaafaetarooftholatest should sad I hope wIlt be; 'fofflj j < i! debates OIaChtU1pOda11eO..as eo-'d anznysa1intedt -: :

brie aDd Swiss Madia. Needle to satisfaction of 'the Register and,Receiver handred. aadiftytUacres with'Jumdred.improvements aad fifty, improved ROLLER HORSE GINS. doaUaadsiag1oatbJs library of ovorj Xmorieaa lawyer.YoarobedieataKTaaL.- gire ,. -," .:. .'.', V
sad other eoatabdag one '
,%* >V rk Inside Hdkfs- Collars,. of the proper Land, Office, and making pay iae acrea wall improved, -price reasonable,end ..MIl'is .-A.-I.Ufll '.. .;, S ,.!; -5 ri&Ja.-iw: 3oo .is redaoed laroe .. .
-r Edgjap LWM Cambric and Inserting Haadtt ment the f;o* won as pratkabU after seeing terms accommodating, : cr4eT$0,the t1Iotte DO&Ioti" : _,. ALFRED t" < .. dollar, a"more- general '
Ribbons this notice and before the day appointedfor .Apply by Utter r I. .tet. .PQ1'CIaf iUau of UwGias,apply Lath.folojAgj.'t.tbeeswbo : "- ittermned"LbsQnaiCowof ia dreilstised' iJ. -. *
kerchiefs BxroxrsorCUsu
ai ,
bare themIniN t laewiD.stbody,islt baa "
&:5I'ENCEII' ;;1"M Csogrosziael
A. the commencement the sale of ttHt'UaUad' UMf
SSTOT Hkry. glove,' .- _oft public !n for, Coogressicaal.,
; seventeen
M..W-"' Mosaarto Ntt- the lands embracing the trac t claimed other, JnaksoYU1sJIiLI851., k1ftt. __ :, p ,.> AGENT8,2 > .from ISU let lOT.ai follows i'; J doa forth last debate J.. ':. t

.., ..- ings,Shirtings and sheet wise such claim'will be forfeited., '. ..- ; In ClrcmltO*.***BMtir ClrcMJt.ffin.- .v"ma1se k AsostaCs.B.LB7tbsWoodDeanfdrh._;-O"IC c. I .L :GAIXISOM B TTOEJ .;:PReport'of' Gases"ar? r I proceedings,TbJ55 and Uto watmhraeethe nv Mspeaaw
*. .f.-- \\JDp.' also a varie-' .. .JIBUTTERFIELD,' lm :wmWTT *.\ wty. c.eer. 8.C. and determined in the C>rcaU Court at. the separately;and the meSages of Lbs Prendant eI, "-,,
r ,ty.of staffs for .1 ', Scott&;DSY.U,Charleston, Kid States,for UM first Oreuit,from 1SU.Ulau. thoUaitod Stote*aad tho reports f the Hoadf ctk.EZSedIY.Deportmeets.

", t. L.oUem5sad, Comiwutoner ofthe4.eneralLaM Office, .. &SaaWanm __.. ,. Florida.JacksoaTTO ., 8oad edition,with additions N.magRefereaeta. """ : -.
,. -n.m clothing, UmbrI jnn513ti. : .. .Ttt. A... ,.t i *, .Fla. ; .. ,
'i.- : -i .: i:. ,.. ,"'. -.'. .Zvola. '. .a-fJIIr.! ,Th xnmwMi lick oni JtfreKfmpanBihr \*
E1i I
... Cap.4Y. sadhoesse4avaityootbergoods. 'F;{ r'
C ,Jta&a" 1 J .L' DIbIr -should call dDIq to mym fengs d a*Jut a*the proomjag of Cscgrsa
Itate fte..1ItIMna to th satisfaction f tfi* Coart 8.gQytkCs4SaTltflbQ.c 1 to
r. C1ISnUj.IS. appearing MWeUaSW tho.illnl&lrt if woonwi wffl make a aumber-Subseribrrs myezpacVa .-
aH of whkh the public are invited to a sje e.sulw. JL,''ttatth d& EUaha Smith residei ho 8.L.NIblack..AliIzstav.E F. select UM decisions GaHLwa's andMaton's Reports umber of.a week daring tUlnt fonrwsk*

call and examine foe themselves previous1'to Edwin O.Gnynn 7 yond the State of Florida'$* witia the State of LarUanr 4t Harris'Eliuib.thtows-'ZxtwodesCoanty a*specimeas of pre-emiaeat JIIVZq ".susice mit tow er thfooamatertof each a

purchasing elmrJa re.G.W.BJ.RTON.' %" vs. X. Uoorgia,oa motIon of W.M.Ivcs,EM,' solicitor ..- a f' l' .t; '.!' :thi may fairly BpsMd uoa*.'tevef_with'th&bestpndaetioasrUM week afterward Unta the cad of Lbs semtscfc"";-

Ja.eUoDyme.Ja1rI"1S51. 2m. Ann E.Gnynn; ,). for eompbJ..pt it,ia therefor ordtdthsUbodefeadant Q / y "A.".tIft'.- ,, ; -. '. English '.A.'* dee* i Complete iadezw totheCSpa rosMot.GboraooB .
r.Box. \ do appear,'plead,answerer dean,to &u'Alm Bxrncxs Can ie liad'of th* and accords ieamiag.a*well a*tar the WrhestaaifitT and 4pPrdiXWII1he maLta__BJera atLokinve -- ,
CBASCXXT roa Drvoacx 'OaoxaAT ExrtA$ .
AMERIOAW AND FOREIGN ''" eomnlainani'* .with a fair mooths,orth* rates. Persons wanting sad wisdom ia decisioa.Keat O) ''
moderat -
CHAKUES., rabscriber.at' : -- '
taken eontesddedics. -- '
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AGENCY same will as ;dlnot'toiawfim. aa. set.- _
I. TTi'plng't. the satls&eUom the Ceort, UoaU mad of this order Mth*law direouTi ., Gins orlairepstredrI1SaaS that whkh wffl bftsmtcremkaal ITo .-c.-t>

CITY OP WUW.GT01I'. JL: that the aid bifl has been Ikd sad by dne i And ft bearing will be >i'of jaid cw*ai the rto, ",ct 1f1 !. .to.tlK: HASOH'tVQBsBiP.l-RcTOsm ar jCisxa Lbs iatho reports, Apap r,assuming to.U ftsfcImpBrUal .

B-TNDER the directioa of AARON HAIGHT proof that the said Ann .Gayna resides e of .aext term of said Court thereafter. ; : V .. ,. lu : Cireait Coart-of the 'United' Siates.scr vehicle for slides eaaaot maiataa i. '

U PALMER of New York; and WORTH- this State to wit at SpaaIshW.< M .f the ,(Si'TlIO.DO1GiAS._ ; '- l t. : -' First Clrcait'from- 1811.to. .'ISO vohv,;,8vov,, I ebmrKtcrlf the edUorial'ooUmo*ideals party It$ <

1XGTON GARRETTSONJSNETHENofNew Bahama Islands; it is ordered &W the aid IAn "c'0._ '; -. -Adrl''foA.:1y tl ; 5nrhfMR4nporUeomprte tluDeeisioao of:Mri I ha*. ,5-t- /:.. ,_

Mean Attorneys aDd OoaaseUors th.Sa-; E.Gaynn appear sad plead, answer, 'or 4efea4 A.traecopy,-Test: &efwi.bn.n Justice Story n IM SM Cireait of:th* United I ... ,'TE1UIs.r.1!'' .r "

preme Court of the United-States i ; against said DiD,on or before the tnt Monday 4.:' \ S. 8CA33Oi.oUaR1C1e1k.ULUTON1. ., .,- .. 'S'IX MONTHS after **" lbs* .Felix 8tatd fol1oin ,i,1sv.sAerMr.GaIaon'iand FerM copy oflb.'Iilj GioM (daily dn,5--, ";1'0- :
This establishment is formed for the following November next.''In defaodt of whkh.laid PPar May nth,185L:.:>; ,- -, ,If,-": "" : 'O.\1..u.Jade of ProbatMibr* too Coaat: ofDsva1flra St SIng th*lassioa Ceagreg aad weekly'. < "";

oMectst i:: sass,the said biD win be tak 4 q.ec.faags1ut Uvisgiton. final settkmoat of U.ostate of Say.Poket:4eceaej.a1 of l tttree* ,) aye r.t $3 09ft'- *.

1. For praeticiag Uw ia? th*' Soprem Coart of her,provided that a eon or.tUs order bopmblishedin .L. ,. ,. .. ,. : LLb4OOI1 Real u",and au Bryaaarearae- !F.rtb.IilyGleheth$74at .,:
I the United fetates'and'conducting profosnionslburinessbefore.Congreai some pablie newspaper of this SUU tar ,-A.LlP1sons-m hereby.warn*! .agalart trsd- for IDOIII' 'from: all f attt*a sal isipiosLbu1t.yjath.nLas. bad by UM profoaad learning, acateneaa stab eminent; aadthoroaghaas I .n&e saeta.. ID : t 'I-
the of six months before the saidBM Meadavte *ofresearehwhiohara GkU tbt:on*' -
1 space L. lag for a oartaia promissory flOSS mad by ._.-'a'q For on*copy theWekly
.1 2. For the pmeuUoaaad recovery of aQ claim Noyeinber'crjwovidodtbat if..eopy of ?in favor of Westberry,Walker on the 24 day a1'l t. d't. their author.TMY.wm. .favoratnK4 year. .p-., .,-. .1 'A

1 in U WOT equity,agaiart the United States.before aid bin,and of this.order,shall.be personally of ..1851.for the sum of four hundred. and .4p4 SAMES P1 i': bU comparison Upcfat of learning sad practieal F.ol&h- n-- 'G1oedlt.d'r".. ."
1i served delivered to her then she hereby 4 Wity with thebest U1nmeItth 4zAvwt.l rtq&Ja "' .r .
i Congress or the executive Departments,or apse or fifty dollars sad due oa the first day of Jaaaarjr a-tv: .J..s.t . --.e -I- ..- -- --: "'f0' '
1j Government beforo Board of prdered appear, and plead,answer or'defied tmlea oadomd thereonfot Uwsideratioa 1141\ _'" .,_. t 'e-5 F..toWef- '
against foTeig lea 5' ,
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;I 'Kei l tl,
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j Commissioners. -. against said.m.-on the kit rale day'afUr three sea Of three hundred aDd My 4011artu.. :'Brow's Rrwwni.: 8amiier(Charlea., Spnt&i

S. For the MtOemeat c of accounts,with;the months after the said service or deMvevy..Ja. de- lor_.whiea nOd note was gSbU falL .J1' h. wr.f" .''.t : : port of eater argued sad dtenaiaedbiUi*Circuit F.. oI W '

State, Treasury, War Navy, FoG-Ooe and fault whereot the said bill will bttakmjn .. od to thai 1IoIaOU&;sad sboald'Sagalast .',brscnkt Court of the Uaitod States for 1M First Gte- ., -. -
Interior Departments and O\ta1alDI"th', .reaus- /ie.ageiut 'her. at tact mentioned rale.'..' _.... soto.Z fcerthygtvothat miles .B YvmTUB" E .ctren1L oaitS vols. 8vo : -T; -;* .
1; sloe of fiaes,penalties,aM forfeitures for alleged -- .JO3.B.LANCASTER.. Jshall-pUad partialfaaar ofaoaaldorattOB et Lbs Eastera ClreaH or'I1ori'for *0sntrsd -4"This volumes iM dedrioas-of-Mr.Jactieo r"sIIt1be_ I 't .S

violations of tb.reaepeetpe,, o/. tIer ,Jdt'.8oetbsrn Oreait'.} thereto a.oriIbaalO the eW1de In inebesia made it.$sytermof sold Story;and form a eontmaatioatoUi*..se- on pd ii '. eri'.W.-. : c'

i laws. rf f .. : ;j 84, twovided. --wB.BADDJlO BWUNT4ambIn A.n.t'IIO@W"M"palieIab del of GalUIoa and KuarTN dedclse'ia Uae & .
4. For teonriar letters"pakat'for rjaveattoM Xq' ',Ap if I. County,Fin,Jots 19 W6L 1.Jt.md A SMtloa of tw OwrtHwa* InisekaDr t volumes relat{twrtlo _qiedMel efi .r.ordetwm w 18IeiII. .t !
from the United otatea or from foreign GoTwrn-- ..tU..x-W&,. au'that Admiralty, andar* i17' Jf
= .
CERTIFY thebor U beatrweopy fro* i C. iL..y. 4:1
menU, od proeoring{and warrants and'pensions the orlgiasA now.file ia... 'Metal\Wan ted.* : eerIIbJ ot 1aa.lKrtati..: 'Ie 'oi'\ ''I .J..U .'

nder tb.. Tad!BS ponsion laws Gt..Jhe- UaiUdStates. '" -- J. .M.iJttAUlS W KLOJ." ..".DUal U4. ThU'if:- '.JtocaYL 1 8tciyWiV.) bo I _."._--.-'tilt.-.1b, -., -C.. --;" "fiit1it
T tag&va acsuofland'mar.erleso'ie drfermiw ..at- -'
: -f- Clerk M. C.\ port of eases argued aad I ; ". -
5. For eoDectJdos ceneraHy,embracing debts Key,Wast, April Z.UBL- ,Jl..ae-! : CN SS'b*'8LJObSE bait Coast of tho United 8t&tcIflttbI Thd Or i: ... S .;:. t' **4T-=1 } f '.'!

legacies, and Inheritances,in the Unite* States ox Brass ftlwlifih'rood prices*will b*gi "'f a&-1IDcI'_' Ir7 eiIL1vole..5re.'S S < ....... ."_<"", ._. ,,' "--.V"t. .A..JWUW :
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and foreigm eontrieC : P'vs, GEORGE :1UiJet Pt. veIsmes f oraxa.otiatglon to Lbs s* . ,r
i1&i4J .N ttcie. 5 ajj -- -
6. For the purchase(-.ci sale 1* any of : >t -j ft'B quWt1 risVc .Mw&8 aWTh \Ii". 4.. : I..QI"TJIJ,. -'-: ".- JI

the States orTemteriee of the Union'aad loaning TE'PARTNEE5fflPbereto1w.: U .., f ,.... > ,!,,.) : t..t"_ .S'g" lain the 1a4.peic*ever proisinoed Mr.1u- .' N' ,0 : '.1J

moneys OB 1.;mort ajvof.''..estate,Ijlag J. aMer tie am of AL8OP tt MOONETfidissolved. -- \C_- ----. - .. .. u.Staiywhe aodwba. t **?' *. .l J 1'J't gr.rz ;,
therein."n """ The tasiaatt ct the ooueern wffl.te : ,.,:.:, l'w.iea. .r.,1_ .ffi "De- third'slims : .un"j.'
7. For"Investment of'db'la uai&ei' States settled bj Wituty. '4z.eoic r1 '- : & # -" ..' I cre'w .*$Tlw MaBdHarriiaR.'BI 'Holmes 1*'.emInU MWOoaavar(lwrrP4M (Georg .)' .. eII4'Gatn.l .. I
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ud the din- 'WILUDI' 'ALSOP.GZOaGZ ': : AMmWs4 iMh4 EOt RtWnta. .rgOd aa(determined ".- -: : ,
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SUte stocks aad loans, l esles ln4epie I L ., ;. -" ,
tf hem, >*n.iroaTW'teS roiars : e
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aU law loan and JaeboIiYlDt. :ja.II' cr04Iv0bL 1L Jli. -
ff business to ; "
pertaining $ 11'ie
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banking ''t _' t -">q' two moninijnff 1Q sjad 'J ... ; -rbeis ."DectMiOf1.4T1 i 'wW'-
agency. ,
All ecmmuBleiUoni i.o4sld to Csl-'Ia onny ti"., ,, WS6I. td, tg succeed Mr.'StoryU .. ., >;. .
addressed,. Ia J Cmurt, 9fMtrl*. ** O... .- -. 'stidto. U. .. : :
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prompt aa4fsifni, ., "84xW.\ Witrou $' Bond lied i- ; < i 3ntunCag-Ri'ois.-He.' editorial sonar as. tiemoles'nil' _. 'c.aow.a"'I0 .
PALMER JtETHE ., T APPEARING to the satisfaction. .*\It .- u.1S.. .I .t. ; t;ii ., .-a 1 '.. '.0.t .
Office K..8.CarroQ Place,CapttolBilL I CcM Skis-JIdut ii. .ofthu .: 1a8A'4 ..t- miC.F' : r... ;t '
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_,*PVLRtD ATpt CLAIMS T W4sm'aoL No. iJ4 Xork, fruit f s ; nsiiTw. w4e jA *lrgTiyl' now Jrt
,, bcOLJJMBV :1 ,.iundev. its pres -, IItgnf- ; s jwraw THE SJIVCAiL
I1E % .- .- *iiT: ; -WU* H4Prtue the following nairied & "tho* whlcJtwsatt torn its relation :
b. 4! jAi-peeftwrthin mental nroA.rTVW -* i' --f -. .- !!01 .
the1 -
iI Trw .- Three DoIIan'per. annum, payable AWU1Z, W they tmrchmse.else where, ta riTetneJa; 1 geL?profetaonhip_1 ; plegant complete edicewitbafl.'th.boarding establishment necca-, -

I mi n ordering tipperfim.pjcrteao.ii :- Centl es o I3I1I eaU at No. L&i Fulton streel/N wTwk it No. .rofkorehIpot
;If not fiald taf xtion roagement and prosecution;of claims before C0ngress 17 eankl streetRow; ,"fj w briaanewLerejamre&dy ; BhUosopbyi 4* Hw31W board,winder the immediate

:; 1. : 4.) .orv aay,'ofcr lb. Ex.eutire ; rnrnWihenrwUb afl'kinds f Boor jurotheneweat pr.faeoreh1of rhetorfa 0 01,8114 WajAasistentsii and
or* 3rofeusrshiter7'I
; aftd jsfosl beantogeUjerw.tb7et conductedfln .tyitem
tJ. ".AdverUaemenU*U1..1ns.i4T at,the fonowi ( claims arising tiful sflPDll themuchadm1redotch % are l1>jr the InteeSt"Or''operations

fOn Dollar per WTU J ( ftwehne line*)ftrf Mexican wan; lBValidVkBerolationaryi.HalfI ktter htXg kt.lipTeured! A professorship of*lvil departmentr"The furniture of ,the Ia

*kt S.y itj-FiTo'CeX $t'intIniert1 y7ii r '>Widows, "PenrioMi&Naal'o Am frdi 8COI&n4 -series oL thesecaiiMfbe In A professorship t>f modern sndobUbceOtb01eD
} att nd convenience
fOrm1Ud ru referenee. o comfort*
: :To yearly AdTerllscni a'liberaldiseount Bounty Land ,or Scrip, ofOjiwineirr Ttp Jowrao moa'kG&oI BO, expense has been*pare<| in.pro
1a transient Advertise iSOr 4ugisto iSis fee]assurej thatthe or terms, of twenty**** : render the
:win he m AU ; Aresageot Pay nd elegance aid *Dt rftcy neee sary-t
vJto irairttlig accoimt Mileage due returning Volunteers 'Claims''for of.&llthOTypiAanufacte4 by nte-cann6t be session commence*on; / complete; giving to Newark
mats tTl ; j
(eicepthT surpassed aftyFoander In the Union,*'By an October;aad the second on for aW*study and comfort- I
with the office) murt te'i aid for previous to pobUation. Horses lost and'other' l' pe'riyaestroyea 'Ex; entirely new method in h4|tolling"and catting,1 of April, Each' '. oT tttdentsj folly equal to 'AMD ALIO TOS '

**-. *2: ., pcnsc incurred by'Yoiunteers be/bWbeingmns-; am enabled to maintain the virtues fit the compo five wceks; X j l' : : by maty of our colleges.-
nent of the>metalndthustoproduce; in VC&JRSE OI relation to the- College, itu- TOWNSEND'S'
Persons at a distanc ,ean govern.their remittances Land.reeeived 1ntG iWaggoniia parts { ,- P AFFlfiAVIT
addition to an elegant, the mostsotyf and durable ,tflany' advantages
FRESHMAN CLass.-1! Academy enjol.
for advertising,by,the foUowgte'sI. ters 'and TeamBten' claims f'MarineV; sailors heretofore offered lo-tb of this kind.
Type, public. To this obtained at institutions
r/ Anabasis;-Algebra'begun; -WI dsdr.t S isfl lbs iftiatha.1 $h psbll4 1.i.r.u,,.
On. square (welv linei) 'vjubCshed s'x rnontb( &e.&c ? / last feature I would in ptrllcnlai; can your attention U. L1yj-flnhahedUmee; .' to pursue some particular branch lag Car .( tk* iriMlMtlf PmxIiU* ibis Oir. O*MBWk

fT -' *IOOO> Having all the forms necessary fcr'a,proper solidity and'durabilityorTypo Is, on gehri.fiai.4ed. ; Geoiietr7, properlt withinUe' college course dfm 4i tar tb.M8ttMK ri. It win to MM ttal tuy i
the principle of economy, of the gretesI:1mpor-: *? r. ->*A> i to recite in any of,the College
c1aizne1 jnued. no lbs atisr is'S dUTtrmt litkt.ltknh O.M>
,. lo,00'Legal presentation tQetber 1tlthe tzes U n tnfmlBMm44llt
To.q'uufoiaixmoMh3, 'En& tocre-
tance to all'typographers. members the Also of sgo
of JU, .Horace begun prope ..
; lejare UM <-.L& Df.Js.sb. W.I
and other Business Cards,per an.' 10 00 and reuaUns governing .a' craft will also find me ready t> supply(kind olPsurTtuo Geometry- ,fire booksr ofthe .Principal, and the vtitioB.tkai( in tk i whole the OM Ot,'e essdv s
creditors '- 7 00 lnenta'holsprepared to tandcrtake all ciabnatwbatklijd Q Fics FtTRHrrrHK, for the establishment'of -, .Junioa Cuins the Faculty,may enjoy the use of patting
and .,
Notices to .4 ib*fr f rt 4 as a locil* O>*if tk*tiuiM a lM4a
administration 5 00 soever that sertices Printing pffices such as Presses, metheas of scfiylas: tfd without additional 'charge. ,that U tnt.wbil X.T.'l tU ftrmwia
ItHU. Application; for letters of tn/y require the Wood'Titwtnds.l1rass1 Press and may be bad to the'Lectured, and *Cosbt WM m T r

Notice Application for dismissal as Administrator. of an'Aency at tbis ff'. Wood Rules, Imposing'StOnfes;(Tompostog Sticks, Theology Analytical'Evidences/of of the College can be < kvttt the wtUe so ctiniiij, ton it VM- airily-' '.*nkuu

W < 'Particular attention to the Brass and.Wood Gallaya.lUcleU Closet Hack by'aeademlcal students. c t*ft tin.- -
: $ given proper settlement JL. Logiej Mental -
&o'AtfJ' as.I i .Jr li1 *.X 4 sww-* *& (o I3oordiog, washing,..fuel,. light, 3sTs&rSkUPisttbOsA.1trsnEcARt
For sanonncement of candldatesfor office, ,5 00 of Quartermasters'.accounts.7 r > Enrfetde; Iflln1ah
did TrpVukon 5nVcb&V ncw t9cent3 1 lnEng1ish.Lat.mnae- -
Mechanics, begnn.I$* -* ,,
:Ko announcement will be made unlesrthe same Charges ,*nd regulated by the amount per lbv-The trade4ealt(with-on'the mostlibera III- Moral Philosophy} for the Summer Session, and "BT rt

be accompanied with the amount charged. claimed, and the extent,of services required.* terms and patronage solicited *n the ground offurnishing Captive.- Plaalui; for,the Winter. Session. The*nly Wh. f t r ,
Cw4 that kU 4
Culrete thesis titfetrt we 0l U S.ylal .
to the an article *rtth which dollar session incidental ex* icy
will beharge'd All communications toIurIVlxisetion purchaser :Pneumatics and per
benefit ? -
Editorial notices for private must* he swill be'-pleased, a 4 which will bring him Uw 6JOPHOUOM CLASs -I ': fee of eight dollars for Modern Lan-; r Tiwusidu 3us&pIU1.i SM ass Is i.s4 so
of advertising..lUligions be postpaid. 1" eoi-tf a Jm rfaM M My iUUU aUitw wkUk tau
double the rate iJAHES worthofJiMmoney, ; rf .ife Hr M phdu't Memorabilia; a fee of fire-dollars'for- Drawing; *tkaWB
,Obituary, and Marriage notices,will 3. ..Editors cr Printers wishing to establiah'a JC ws- TievhegniWi V* ** .enter these1classes..:t The sessions t.prspsradsa M 014 Df.Js.sb TvwaM4"s' San*.
I ;* paper or Job Printing QfBce, ,wiU be furnUbwwitb \ 11. Cicero de'Amicitia of the- Preparatory Department 551t11&asj b&vs. M w jul Is tik kii4.
to published gratia* Mi BAKERS ICIIIZTFZI4N.BROTUEKS fc'CO 1M an4 1M Ma
f ;; an eeumate in ueuui01 me-cost oy staung dotns'hegoal Plane! as those of/the Colloca. ,.. (CW.T.
Communications must be post paid. ATTORKET.AT LAWJ'Alligator ; else of pape? and kind orok to be executed. .. gonometry; K betoriej ; :MATTHEW ME1GS,A. M., .
EVSHTON CLASJC t CO,110 Jk $73 k
Snadwsy M
Pablishers.ofNewajRiper*,whoWill -inserithis deOfficiis 'Pregident of Delaware College. .
Hi Cicero
; ; ;: ; -
? Columbia 'Co- East f ; i After UOMX T.
: *f Florida,, adveitisement months, and send wo the papers Delaware. Jiprl3d --. -- -
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PHiLIP FJl IZBR r 4 r> containing it addressed to "Nesbitt'aJlegi- fn1sbcd'S-.- ,NORTON,BABCOCK fc WOOD, 139.Miktes Uat,H.T.HAVILANO

ATTOENEY- fc COUNSELLOR. AT' LAW, tcr,"iVj>w York,-will bo paid materials of my Srnoa ttAs-t. P C.ASII $ T 0 liE. KEESE t CO,80 MsId.a Lane, 4*

J n! Wlilt Smith fcffl.0'Briai'ATTOENBTS.AT manufactureprovidedthey.purchMe six times the Andria"of TerreneerTbe .. _.- -.: DAVID T.LANMAN C9 W Ur Street, f? *.
JACKSONVILLE, FLAWM ,- UUS1 amount.of. their, ,bills for advertising. '.- -*V Acoustics, Optics/ HAYDOCK;CCRUCS fc CZ.AT,2i$ r *rf street. tOSOOOD
attend to any professional business entrust* r"- "*-\B.Jl. GREEK, : II.;Elementslof* : II. AlclibrjyJr. J NNI 08,188 Pt>l Street, '" *

ed to ttm in the Courts of the Eastern Circuit, AllgatorCotumbla C6.,' 4Florzdd.M No. 123 Fulton sC New York Orleaniian.p ani.T .' Cicero's Tusculari Questions; ,method-to inform his friends and I.MINOR It CO,914 Fulton StrMt,

and th Supreme Court Tallahassee He has WHIT- MITB, 1 'M.OTjRraif, '*No." 17 Canal' -''st.rJackwmvillc KowJNew sin ronarYoltalo Electricity- OJL ; : "generally that be has commenced 3,Jfc,.F.TEIP?,:90 k 9 MaUca Lao*, 4*

|iob advantageous connection with.an Office at Alligator ]I Office at Newnansville.S : .: :; mics Magnetism:Asferonomyi, bezon j East Florida, and soli- RUST IIOVOHTOX,83 John Street, 4*
H -having recently visited New York,
aU Lawyer at Washington city, as will ensure .' \ ITotel.r .' t ''lIl.'The Constitution of Baltimore, and Savannah,-at GREENLEAF k KINSLEY,4 CotUaadt St i*
collection of such daimssjj ,- W BAKER.J, : Sabscnbec-having become the purchaser Astronomy, finished; Tb complete arrangements have been WALTER B. TOWNSEND fc CD,, 28 P sd St. is

a:prompt and,speedy the United 'T&ORNEY "AT LA W\\ JL WJ.M* and srfevProprietor ofithis well known tno-Eletitncity; successful prosecution of all kinds OL.COTTM-KESON' k CO.,'IJT Al Wi Lo, It

may be placed ia his hands, tgaInst, JACKSONVILLE, KA'ST'LORIDA HOTEL, respectfully informs the public generally PHILOSOPHtCAL; which our SmUhetn Planter are JOSEPH E. urnissIuesz..n.,: 4*'

t&tee.Set.. V fc, i --- S that he has added to the former house twenty-odd The College is provided Goods of every 'description will be PO0? k rALANCA,'M John 8L 4.

1.1S49-1i Reference, <- *' more comfortable roomsitb-over five hundred Apparatus;that furnishes "short notice and supplied at very MONTAGUE ,WARD fcCOi,83 Maiden Laoe, 4.

Hon. W.-FLEMIXO Savannah (e t front;with piaszas;in front and rear, makingitasomforUbl mental illustration in all .' : : THOMAS k MAXWELL, 80 William St. 'I*
Georgia. any Hotel,#,the.South, Natural Philosophy. The of every kind will be received on
ROBINS fc Cd, tit Water St. .4.
a. i. 8ANDEflSO March 20. 1851. tf which now.will enable him to accommodate over dollars has recently beenf ,upon which liberal advances will
( .; one hundred and fifty persons. His table win be country, and partly made for Shipping Tim- GRAHAM It CO,10 Old SlpqP- *.

Ir$ ATTOaNEY AND'C OSSELLOR AT LAW, United States Mutual Insurance nndfjMthe superintendence of an experienced purchase of new apparatus, quality. ,, HARSH It NORTHROP.Peat. '
-removed l is office from Columbia housekeeper,of the'NortM, by whose aid be flatters cut advanced state of the t PAPER STATIONERY of eveiy f HER WOOD t COFFINd4NarTSt.4.
HAVING to Jacksonville; Dwral County, Company* ,c *jt < himself he shall not be rivalled by any Hotel be-kept on hand or supplied on short INOERSOLLk BROTHER,230 rend St.. 4.

respectrnlly informs his friends that he will continue WEST POTTSDAM- NEW YORK. ,In the South, beiag now enabled, by the constant B. A FAHNE8TOCK k CO.4C Jobs St. ; >
.v steam communication Savannah and Charles- ; At the coe of each arrangements with Book Publishers I -. IB MBBMtitB wIskth1sgivts. tstrmM st a tat:f.kU -
the practice of his profession formerly. K. B. GIBBS AGILVT tonto have the advantage of the fine markets of the members of the-class that country dealers can be supplied .h.iby all tbprIseIpai null stcrMia U. ilr.MM.4

He will attend at each and every Term of those cities* In addition, he ha made arrange and at the1 close of the .. BOOKS"on better terms than they, U.n-tk* Iur n* aaV Saul k. *M Is th* CsM4 SI* ...
s ps the Circuit Court in the several Counties of MATPORT UILZ.8, DUVAL CO.-, FI.A. ments,in connection with the Hotel,at all times* the year,in.the presence of orders filled in NewtYork. Nearly Iwratj rkjrddaa glT*tkair ruds..y *1... ta Ik*

*_ Judicial Circuit the County>f May 22,1851 tf :. to furnish fine horses and carriage*tot the accommodation Trustees; and-their my aim to satisfy all who may favpr Car4 ibsie an B*tw*plaiok Is Ikit matul. OI4 Dr. Is-
the Eastern '
of his guesU.; i I ted. to the Board of patronage, .both as. regards price sob TawaMai'i S M paHU to no SarMf rilU.sal to
Hamilton in the Middle Circuit, the .Supreme : The increasing reputation which the climate of : flELlGIQiS '- -,- pr.larabl.la tkiit MiiBi Ma M 8, r/S ufiel.

Court at Tallahassee, and the U. S. Court at St. 'Valuable- Land-For, S Sale.4 .--* Florida possesses in the estimation of the medical I tn addition U daily -AGENCIES. : z.se- -- --

Augustine. All business entrusted to' his care AS Agent for the owners the undersigned of- faculty, for the" euro of consumption other er, divine worship is held of several important PATEVT -CARD 'TO 'THE PUBLICWVtk .
jctiseases has, induced'av&St.increase /
sale ,
fern for valuable
attention. following tracts of and the recitation on have been obtained, among which is
will receive
prompt land to-witi ., '.. -- of travel to this State during the fall and winter
t in the Greek .- Fbsi.s $*CIV55&IIIStI
Address-J. P. SAKDEBSOJI, Jaeksonvill.eD.ivcJ months,of those who sock the relief afforded by amilder"atmosphere ;
The Low Tract situated at the head of Indian f.el sUs4 ( state
parent or guardian,a T.rk, Breoklya sad ViQianutvrc. spa
Itorzdtz. f and ia"view of this taet the fl-'R.
COufliw, ,1 river, containing five hundred acres more or less. ; tend any place of worship ear perieaal rl w .f tknal aurlti .f th.iv.T.w5ISa4
Jacksonville 17, 1850. tf Also a small tract woodland in the vicinity subscriber has,determined* that his exertions to parent guafdian may SartapariUai.tk*.Ui. rtftrrW ky tk*'yutta i lbs
of the town ''of Jacksonville merit the patronage which shall'b bestowed 4 .u4 lasTS lkaiU
contaimngi thirty the Faculty will attend at 'CANIAN rifiaai SaraaparOIa wa kat tbUg U *
without.regard to toil or
extwsnse. -
MeINTOSU acres. 'r -_ ,( uponbiinahellbe__ -- places of worship,1 ( Mttl that matter ktMB UaaulTa. Bat we bal iSs*
MeQTJEKJf Also a tract containing one hundred acres goodplanting' tf'T Methodisll') ia the- w*.ghI t* (iT* tk*rw.ss why ws prtf. 55 us.aa4 aaU OU
: ATTORNEY AT LAW land,on Pablo creek, near the month of jacksonvWEE.Ostober3I$50. ees. J t iax5-wv.ui: Dr. Jak T waam4'a SaraaparUIa t* llr.S.'r.TrvaMafi.

the Circuit Courts in the Eastern the St. John's river t ---- .4 r Two;'at leastv.of-ih ;> aa4 laav tk* pnkli*.t.|a4( vk. k**ws aH**4* altKs S4r
WILL attend Tne above tracts of land wilib. sold at reason- Atlanta (Oa.)female Sremlnary. families will reside in the wisdl.ri alt 5.be trst.4'bj.Otag.- -- _

. Circuit; the United States District Court at St. lOle prices and on good terms. Address HE exercises of this 'school eoinmehc'ec : wiU.board.at a common L Oiiir!sp neac'sad.b.qmtissbsv.asUd.4utlsi U*
new :
Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee; Alao one half pf the dwelling house and lot of on the first Monday in July last, under the who are required to occupy Old Dr.** Saraaparflla pttttmi m r. .disal tV aa4 virtn
Claims for citizens.in part of and in Jacksonville, near the Court House square, assigned them by the *that S TowBM4'a.sad Ik* tuti-osJ*f abs BBkU*
and prosecute any charge of A.:R..KeQam principal inth*literary"
being the same which is occupied by Joseph Fine- his '* WPBMS. wa4 *eeia I*k* Btatta*
the Government at'Washington, and accomplished la4yju1tbe music and ornamental -
against gan, Esq., < v witff of .(**B* MB**aad 4nty,wk* lye arti l.* kaarlj tk*'aaat*
either before Congress or at the Departments.Ot Also two hundred and forty acres on the east department Jacksonville East Honda. side of Fleming Island, on the St. John's River, must be *nil tkat wkick.Wai4r the Wtt Tki.bM' S.PT
:> ADDRESS, Messrs. four classes,1 fourth,thinl.'Jnuior senior, A must give satisfactory can always depend-
between the lands of Lewis and '
George va* B4s Santparflla-kas fraatly nrW, fanMBi4 a4zpl
will le" attached 'to theschool'and penfectIy-eafin-itsopsrat1on.j
1850 tf preparatory department character and must sustain
May 2. }
Fleming; about one hundred acres of:which are .d4ih.bettki, 4iaaUafiMtia t
tJTiar grasS *
the '
conducted under the snpervislon.of followingstadies-hrs- .., .o _1 ,
'' hammock, and about thirty acres cleared.! '. uv school has been fiflnhed with -- ---- 5r eatUaxra, hoe iaIgu1cs us la..*pvd.tsass*f-cW J. Mctloliert Baker Also an undivided one third of the late Mrs. ErincipalThe a -Anit'hmetjc, Elements of ARABIAN IIEAVE REMEDY. '
Vhea aik4 ky .urnisossn far* tplau
apparatns'glBes,aatronomical'geographical'phono Oreekl Grammar, } ..of great merit and which no one who
Sophia Fleming's dower, on Fleming Island .
tm.the '' >aa1rbi ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW St..John's river; a beautiful location." < .*"" aphical,8onnd'feharts! Reader,and.the. first $ir o- should he;jwiihout. .
mspe"& : JACKSONVILLE, E. FLA. Also an undivided situated in one-third Nassau of about ten'th'oxtsand distinctly from"any part bf the roomA good;library lust er Caosar,'Cicero's GoIiPsKle Belt, BraeeleU, Dr. Jacob Towa trad'aT ITitk tttw .wa,w*us's. tk*BB-
acres, county, Nassau1 books Also the school "aniI magnetic Flnld. Hst.d.fiii/V*ar* at Jutiac4 U.&j taj" tk*FO4 fit.*
choice .to
of belongs what shall% (
WILL practice in the Courts of the Eastern River, extedding to 'Thomas' Swamp, suitable gil, or e i
fortbetiseofthepipila.4 L-.1 > *? ) -antTferminent:-Curt ofall pr>paraUaU> ,1erareaetykMb: U **oaf U 4tm r* M amadiaal
Circuit,)in Hamilton county of the Middle Circuit for. turpentine; small skirts of hammock- ; granted. The jscholastie year will be diYiIOd into two sessions -. I '- 'Nercout DiteasttJ: :: Iomp.ns&at win ai the sb.lis sC lbs BaU t*aaiTaraally -
P. Fatio.
Francis t
,ia Benton and Hfllsborongb counties of the to T f. J. McROBERT-- --- BAKEB- *-* of-twenty/weeks each;there will beat least --E.TLtxcE frn.*+If-tha Cothpaintjwhich are'caused:by aaair.it d IB lu bror.
: 4'r
Southern Circuit, in the Supreme:Court at Tal Attorney at Law,Jackson- ville.'Fla.1fNews one public examination aca.session?and ftqnarr man,five dollars" ;if t a- ,' or unhealthy condition'of Philip VrUV. D.36S Gra4 k ilAraault'" .JT.T.
if Junior fifteen
j ji report wiUbeeent.tachparentorguardianyng as | i C. O. 390 ,X.P.. '.
tf. J" \'"" terly Harfraen. Brooata ;t
kbaaeeand in.the United States District Court copy ] : : : sfuU.andair statement of the stranding weuty dollars. .-ft 1 JEKVOuStSxSTEM.. 1 Q.-A; Ntw aD, M.D: 172 Cbarrr -- f4a
*"-- ? B,D. K/ D. lavata ar.'XhriBft..- T
District of Florida and will } Wjaaaa *
f.rth. ; JacksonvWe Iale Institute. ,deportment, and expenses of the papiL i : ; and convenient application"of,the -X. B. vst... 31.*15.
peCte'cI&11ns against the United States before r %****'* **; RATES OF,jToiyioN. Preparatory.elasa3pejr FruiJ1on.., v.rf powers GALVANISM amt MAG D.D. Bclfcaap. M, D.105 AT. C : ..-. 4*
mt I Room rent A. K.Cut, N.-D..ar. u.ylgt.a k CkrjfU
Congress and the Departments at Washington. REV I.2SWAE'TA'' : M.' PRIIPALV session,JW; fourth and.Jhird classes,15;junior Incidentalexpcnzes??, has been pronounced bydistiojrnipbed hh.Hi.t.sMD394bt&yr V '* 4.C.S.Bd.D.9taAv..L
jit both ia Europe andthe United States '
senior olasses 20) 4
ianw 20
; and ;.roqsM. > forte. goi- *
Being located at Jacksonville for 1fehe will f1 --' -' I, tar 15i ornamental branches1 IOfTOca marfchbrary ; Use of Library, ., '.t valuable, __ tneditinat, discovery_of.tin Dr.G* u Xaway.Rnomtmfsttjtl M.fii M Caaal .-,* l ,4*
-- 'i---- J S DrJPapa: Jl.TJ. iDr
Civ*his entire and unremitting attention to his Rates ofTuawn. and incidental axpepiMs per/qnsrter,1. Fu4ftOatojand Fr a iaJr. D. S RlTi teBi. > ,. "_ v. _'4.
profession;'and all business entrusted to his care A.ritbniet1et No pupil received for;&Jess time ihan onejKSsion f UtionTdom; ;c'ox i ,& LL.I>*Gr 4T.l. H.D.3QS Br **i* -' : ..-t-. ,4*
H. FjPidhs.MjD.ZUtksr6t' *
.4 shall meet with prompt attention.. 8: andPenmabippcr quarter,. 4Georaph' eckneeSYk;and no dednetion-made'unless'*!* ''.'* f -. -* "protracted' } Fuel is afforded to'the't-9T : d Bxtmct drrsNparlHA, J.W.Tr at tan, ID. 5$iaate* -, -- -. -. 4*
Grammar.- HMoryCompos1 f equal to the probable ntt1 '- *- XN.GiIehri.tsI.D.2OlCs't' 4s
JuksoiW&Auguzt2950.. -t .., tf sition, Elocution and Book Keeping,, t 5 00 From Jheir ejnienence'andformeV 8uccessthey student: if more is>< on0 f tjrjr dtv 5 BY-MANY* -B-Li J.WitbesflM.IU.62Oit4rt Patao,.ir. D.* C,BBl : -- -. >( -'.'* <<( -4 4**

.. l' i. Higher branches of an.Anglian, Mathemati-- WV, VULL2jUVUV O rvuucriua uusacLiQq; new, --iflass, the balarWe / proved by us, that ChwU .Jayl3Chabsr$ 'i' 1
: i c ..: w A Card. 1IjrrrXiiiKO cai and ScientLfle eoursetMJ..<* 6 00 faeflltiei for Imparting J 1 Bdard is famished with \ L Htary Trinnw.TnTkitahaU */ ,,, 4'C.
-di TOWNSEND $ -
A.M.'DMtis. 120 M *Poo-
eqnaflodThe th loctioi .v:
. a4vantnges necnotbmntiqudA j
: to leave the Slate,I have transferred The,Ancient Languages 10 00 to'the /essor twdollrsper Aahaiaa*.Jr.555 Oraa4 r Si- -' fR 5t
BAKEJHEsq. consists. ofnienTweeksan4twbeisions cess p1aceuuequaUed -4 .reoejpi'fb Wa K.K.M.M Craa4 f-.* I es-,
rofesslo&al biuiness to J.McRoBntr quarter and health undoubted.-"Board be" on1gia1, ... "
4I tty can hidjtn the : J.Hw&tI.n&has. 4.
. a d&ys'9 to 12am:;3 to 0 p.mii1) .. I All dues are paylbUin : ij .
I .,Attorney at, LawV Jacksonville,'EFin '"1 Exercises eotwnenceon Monday,'the 8d day2 of -beet familiek o teMo bletejms.For anplbrnstl i if remitted on appH atIoo> l VILCOZCOMPOUND, Ma..- Marsh.L Cook.2$ 13kk.rT7 v.t-,1ii } ----' ---4.C.

eluding all each matters aa were evtrasted to m> February. next. su**< u. ) n'wantd, a.ddtese the ed for the JMinigttr.fcBU e$ aicer and reputa B.ijaRDssa. mepn.g

sare by Gen'Jimes. .A.Feden of iriicha1l IntCr '. January 23, 1851i"wi d u ojtf*" t ._ The tuition fee for M ,as being the,most'f v J.ispb W.O.bbl.. 5T.uga( SVJ1ATeSS-_-*- a.Albars 41I.z. .
43 L -1 i4MrBaer'i _"T t-Z-- dollars .
IL JIB i J -I .ojght pieaoIp11t P. B.yJ. 190 B..i.r- 4.AUrsd
ested will please Ukc notice.. j, 5 v 41 IJj1.Es: s.U LL.Z V A w 4gricutu (% tor in advance* ? .i. s tj for the fallowing MfiblCEJE Diseases.,,. Nar.a.1srlck ssr, fla..iilU'-I- tTr -a.PamsJ1tallisdsrj .
business,tejmtaWifoe-diHgence SO 1$) -,TVhltaVo., *., near .Bay Street..' -purchased the entir*stock ofay* or students who do not -

and atteBtiofl'' re s hmcienfly>well'estibHsheSt* r c ,5 u Aty) ',A" -J K KV'i A. -** '? -l ** & febster- ultairal thejiondertjgnea;implements from wpold Messrsi announce Dcndow to '*.h44 trd44ngc y& 8m&fx Frysipelas, oald Head, -Tight- .rw. a. *.4ts. PssrIssr im-w ---- '- ,-

ensure promptnes to Lw.r z H. 'Parkep,X, D. Synl.av. sesl1 -- -
iraWetiBT" $ $ & 4(17 t the publielhat jthey ha VAgtoatly increased said 1 Ttyhdr 4tuftQft / on o e Heart,amiall .
>! lS
stock,embracing;besides great variety 6f other Mfat'aduth dtte General 0. 4ttssU.ssr.assr : thII
ei bal ability and Integrity!! V4FJ4NLTF4CTORt ,article P L.s4*. CIrIisY.&tlMi&AU.thkha.Jrtal. '- -
cenfidencein bl profe V! generallj, pf.the foUowJmgAaraoter.and The studies of this Course R amitfett. ypnffiirvr. ... Ls.k31
J At t' -
lJ 4tbIAx. rsf 4 descriptions Aoicidtttral- nd vkwCaaJtural implements p foUowLng Cancerous Humors, Medurial Disear c. M. WrlriiHayw4. c.Sactath
1 PIanld&edr6e BrJtiry Varietyj otJhe nS&ftrcen?aid 1 W 5.ar$ :r 4J4Prsi.oi.
185Q )p4: ( of idO4fyll iq p41e7' .23 Kyr l* AIF.sl.L i; .
-Aug.; 29, ;; o sinpr veddesciipt16nyfvbn4redpt6wa every;, .
and WfdonM Mss4tt.or.BsIti
'- -"i l. -....- .-," ti ai description:,materials 2for'tanB r8, ,, :
: :, 4&.Lt4 rnd.e 'ourrien/andP Xfor the genuml-.eannot'be. Jftd c' c. $Rt7iC1Iat.ssy D4tis r,
flrt brasM ana trotf founders] embra.eing'everjfl articTe' bIg-r.ncbes. ( $ ; l witb J.Bs4ess, if* yrtI.AvfccIls44 '
TSMsaas.tt > '-- thc most'oTed patt.iia, ?sor S i Ba*>*4"- +?* teIi.line;inoludbg *11 tootasart tools; 3? rotOerale, ? '
Attorney at Law, Jacksonville,.Ei Florida ftIC hotels, and shjps; an44a1.Rher4tovesfor: } parlor, &c"almDwVtr: ;R ft J $ Sniie Panoaa, Tl ,* .. --i
>T bail, or1 publieJ4aoesrt' Pipe and every description frt6e-b *. -" ,- 'n&dc ,C.H.V.H. Baah.Clark.Si V.*'Grwftwieb.Meet,a.GrMBWkai' 1- 4..

., ii of Sheet Iron.Work made at notice. Mzscurr..tNEqq.it91e4 an4conm9i gitruhee1 $2d..ELaLs$ -w*.B. a... S Dm4-way *rssd -g.
Commissioner appointed by the Governors'ol Force And LiffcPumpsy Beer Pumpsi Lead Pipe? ba Instruction Orthography ce4e4ogiye .' HaTlac BUeU wuk- raaa;BtaaattVft3 CA*" TO TUPUBLIC.

the following'Stater to'UkiTestimony, Afeda Tin L'IateeL1ronwlt. GvaaIieiLmn, ..rqws.'ToadBcrapers'hydraulic pitent chains facilitate the raftsVforce' pumps water, Grammar.:Waiting; to'th. urctunipr .-. at forth hyse.r Sixiy rkytMaa*aai Prat *
be beein1 &- CASH purchasers of, lbszrftr.hcAa: be supplied- drawing ; pQiijpoivrs, ia the City ef X.w Talk;. tavaUUr*'invite af lbs tw*
ind'Acknowle'dgmcntj $ jised Georgia andFrnch"imrr millstones calcine cartVings
at low : orat bklIosopby ;
prices as as they1 can buy in.New Yorkerelsewhere penlty, e that Tvaiaa4-a BaraapanUaa! 'vklVtTaal'an'pa4Js5.*ii*aPr -
t'4f '5 M&neE'; Pr1 41 :.Ji1 A ; ,Orders fromFloridaSouih Carolina Mills;;Plasterers'and com and smitmillai'screws'mfll.irons ram: for farmer* plantation : Al1 -eay- have-a- healing *.at4 la farer at*OLD DS.>A1CO*WlTjIIXMD'* SA VAPARILLA.

lVefmaIStchusetti'( fr sn tb AKs, areW4. bolting cloths, picks,rtodi.shuttJe/a*d general: r4Theology of Chrtnity.-, EIementaofcea for the last $ .'avw tkaf ata4nf rf t.'KTcwaHa&w*.

$ou; 4onj2on&tcut0 Ay ?ftlil .{40r otdfttfJ finding for oottou and WoolleliAianWattoriesA'JW- Sd. A Mzacxitft. ten years oftbj'w. tha Ua nIgad spisM..
-.. H j,'.. r ,, .T f' T ** "[ -.. MILL MAcnsxusTiTboz4&c..Uasing tui w1lbe pt hi w.ld, issultiisl sass1 .ss to
Unpartcd an ;
agency for various -aid.extensive madnfaotories' 3;s-'S' *' tTT TT **? rSi Ml **!"!****** -IbI 014 Dv.Ja.eb*$RUPflIS* l.TS ?.aXIIIS
iAlabami %** d' ,-nc satd k -
New'Yorky< ) we shall be A"f.5&&MKTf Disorder*, if 01 a7-a ; *1JlS
** SEA ISLANI preparpdataU'time-to furniah'eTery a.C.tt. s.3hl.1 jijX11 -
directions Donfe i. :
I Penny1tania.4isssssiVpi' r: J .-- ?A I speei j of Machinery*J the shortest kotiCK siU imth-B 'sin have tried Sars-apJrillas .>r J, F, CJ1**,WaakfB,JWa.atC.taBU .
-- 4 (The highest market prices paid at all times.for syatebIft and.have -1. Slab. Laeaat -: -' .Pwa,, -
4 *ug ivrriyj 'l*. 3ubflbci ,*begs leave t nrwe wool,'sheepskins, and bid a i All produce of the so yon won't/ry .. :- {Dr. D. W DyattkS B.nna, '40h.. -
: O.Br.w..I.ttj'vtUIs
t JahB
a,6 Sea : -
qi, 'k /- a.L.p1sct that Island Cotton and the pub- State recejved and sold for the,usual commission*: pose.of the DR iv1Lcor.s. ,,, .+,. J,W.-Stis.ata.Pbsazv1fl*,. *4*. -
lie, hf can supply them with i his-double and 'a.i wi. if*>*ui o g sgr U'LItV'RYY' ** "' hasvbeetfnlab/ortBaTiame'' VLdtiebldt&CI.AmtMtswsXdui' -
.L JateiV.Bryant, *: 1 "?gLe fJS 1tf5H&-"ip rf, g -> uTCfe tj2. 4 *' .t 2 ; of thaartlcle"an4 we tell*yoi.Hp aatiBrak NiaaaVWaakrMraa'x Caw
; ) iS1; SKA ISLAND ROLLER COTTOW GINS. ; tcdflsetbOak'boiiputtng liat oJ ane P. CrMkar,Jr3Brwsari1J I'ds- -
Znatiod btYaypsemts Es- Ani..rp R*& -
Will attead to Professional baslneia la.the ConHsef ::Nq doubt U 'longer entertaine4.they are bestnnse.and & c4 caIli.tlduIToaa4 do 1 AftSARI ftoQr _M lobs Fl.isiag.YtMb.rb1 i-Cs -

AL1 th'e Cast** Circuit of Florida, aa'd ia'the'Fed-' O1ni from tbcgeneral fba iatithonlh.:; SobBcriber.flaUen; himself.-rllttm1E all) such operations-as are i iknowledgeofthe ofthreoltruly; .j*T z.B-.J.-B.r.i-l.LsCurdtk.s4isg, Aagt.ttewa.- '.- es.4s- .

b'tfsitie*! Cns Jr..Lsb.bs 4-i tw ,-
.r&c5r: firthes ZML seYen yeLt he fflfl reoefve their iupoor$, ,B 2'kii4jthgIe ti7Oftli'! -k ""-* D.yt..tswit 41 :) I
-. ;Prices:lowand the'Gthi mid.'at th beat'terial :zphnmin P.L.tzB1..i.bry e -.
.ALSO AGEKT.. tbb most apprpvednsetho4s. ertfo- -L. a Ckaa41ar.Laatakar 4.B .
sna workmanebp.! '1 --' | STrArB J* I SH/M TN tl & :R, Ly..s.Vsssra.4 a. : JI.z
iifiHeguctiosr tisJie
.. for general Business ) ki beStatresp.eg T JBOXE1ID1BIJjI_ xi!' i N rni ra( 'ro jsrfjw jtjei *v sIgned to ft the a.lghite ,anydneb4' _.r.Lv.L.ur.s40: ; -
: ; i"Iobs key WsHib.r. 4 ; -,
granU and dpnailOM fjandv* Watiosi ?
j '
i bceoue Biik
ufl lay. C. *. Dalawar* 4*. -
M&iBf' thireot, 'th.Ars and Wan" S.yd. Bsit.r'es i'M.Clnitsadsk -
,v-f -
*, SAY AN wJiO
le O E -J. C., W.Dresds I
Lf4LIk *bfc1"b, MtsheI. nix K7Con> rtBatIrJ.
A"alA'K1? !? ,
wftt d m4tteal tbe1 tbys1c1
fer the eofleeUofltfVWJM: tipoa .the t United t-r rfj*1 JaJWiJLAJSJUiCIIjQJ ifcDlVAT '**"' beet ,sn4-s4 are ch dln2rw;:SisithWsturt.s., .

State for Military' other aervicef pensions :RETUJW 'n jtbinMtVWi friends! for the $4' 4* .

Tt "PPlie* fin uted'voluntc and'tor'hoiTesVoTther } ]ved since he commenced wcntatloctere.rtn sss [ * iTqaa.1aar.
property loftrfor- wluch' ,1/nited Staiei .c 5 fl Tuoxrs is & Co. Jlack ,rclr 1? -, bu fitf mja ineea, fu.ji ).hff cit TO plifl hi. 3p4wdl4&UY,4b&t-during-bis:statto his inlithsrd&ogbtSeAlgebtaa.ta: O1vUEkQrn % | .label f Ol ofJl4rj j a.biajrjw |ni*; B a4 r.Kawuk t a .

hTlblt; late visit to Lo Spot1e icufred $a.a4 'A i5IaIikI.i E.fl.e.P&Ufl ,
; PATrEaSoN &xw1t; !1 various}m onhectd j1t r?*? *! ? eokis'w. falB| -R.sd.* Qraflaat,' : ;
GjINO. -
ent1ntho-ftldjrnacaca l ) ; Atf 4 wSdh w' JJ
| Aary.
; s;Fua Li Co.,J3cuf,rt o 4 '' -
rl.-l% "ty.- .' areVPerspwtiv ,* '.ucc brA wtim. Paper Sill TIUar' -4l& -
-ta tenet1 pbVete *4kqtjoC id j i 1.ib..sa J_Cr1a.wt1ETs'i

tV! > < i '- .tswrbim <4 th 'A EAC IEM Il Oreei AId ?Cutler er..r..yg&esawij luck.y, B..tef .l. 4.- '
Offioe giki; the 8ond floor atth.< Conrt-hoose; .- WitbJ&c1at qnsg ttudywihl : and Countr! *iAWW4Th.adiasa.-Cs.-----Cs : -I.
.1 W PtAoN Thanje Mersjpit
1 .
K" t-fprfyUiatroeti' w : woopeeflb&wls &e.
*r; ? '
WILL practice jn the feveort'eoiraUeYofthe 1Dmt3taz eXthl FerrjjTg llea30a14.d704 vaopap w giyo stiLbe branohe4pe ; SSSf.HU *S *S<* f i5

uti4 !, .TlOQY1r9eenedpt dypf.t tC e **W iB. BfllWr ,-'4.,- *4.-4 \
; to n r' >
V ti 'i f s> w "rw w" j4\ > ***M : a. CeatattAbed1O -
collection claims isInsttbIt.lta&; States for % ,a; In tesamego4st$ iirimsybo .t h-3.-N.ii.vb.uz. S. 'Ci" -. ** .4.' 'Sttfe-- .* ---
Lnd&nn4erJ.h 41k --
.rld'ftr -
Honei loat, or other but t. Clj1ton,. Chemjat J.V. Daaaakava CiBaiaaaU, Okif*& .i1 sI4
property or destroyed by troops'ln aaidierT.Se.' leaned who A. S. es-i ca..ls.tl Ohi. '
4$ eTO an4pseied rdeetj1eLedIdsan ptunitan( for that pflteePNow let .see ;. B. QsIbyc.... ..*tsxit. ,1 )
Abo'Clainu fot TFWRAk6jIJEI1 &; en'4love&cle.4arwLhn; on when xirChfi ,teddiVl5o" s- Wm.-L Pyut.s,Zusgae.ek 4. '
*. wI4v &n4 cThls wV l i. Banay Darrr --- ---. iJ*- J
orphans of decea ediol4iera> QTJIESEEItA&W4Rs 81NCE't .lIcLskt.! thfnkeat '5%. tH.arnD.L.sbr.p.N..'. Harkik & -
Also L&fmzor -- getor toei C. k K.C. Slaaa, FraakbB 4 .
bounty land t4 offloers and sol- -- THg RVOLU7JOf 499 the aborerejtabU anjenC apdwilf.atteBatathe .,InhIcb stu4ent io but Judge 7ryouseiet l -- 0Cbut.r Jab..oB.loaws Cs* t

: reception and d UverypC rotkia' J ik; OnTta nJ se4rsesnbret hid,of"Ye5tSUo Pills" : wwise&a

BJ1hO bsvenoee1y 4$. ireat1Ll.4 the surroundnjpr7$ .rme modern ie b *dbjee y *eW b'own anti- ,.L isk.ioa B..swastCo '
4iN,1rll1 give his .tezgl.i.- LANrvfor-serriwsofionvjnonth ti kn'eage & ind \ *.-**.* Caa ar4,-- a. +;: :- -* '
toBOpMTY 4 ofihe lojes lsab.ra s. 4I5'i -
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