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 10, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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The Great Fire.j. through the whole section but a few brick ediby' steady,immigration ioa Athintie igi.: -: -_ '- 1' .-. -
walls and of them
rnost .tottering from seaboard, mosl wonibbld.wiib i.Wsbtraaiid
CtorryoiKfaicr o/,# Jwnaltf Commtnx.SAH their base. Bat very few, of oar;, many fireproof which ',bra aimilar the relations !ctakiz from the Turks YOrkThIUn1MI tbatgntof trexkcanr.Gpverpment Tbe ty.a.g 1Rfls"itL.ip.* -
jjrocesa ; re likely, to by raasd'rt andirrOro |young men or ixivretv-
FaAHCiscot.CAU, 15 fiy, 1851., buildings/stood thtest, da1L| of Sow. up belweeItouriWesernterniory arid byiren- nave'arrived in thin country.authorised !having addressed"- Wehe
those few'were letoHto ,
San Francisco was hardly cleared gfr the of Rived more by the desperate :.oations of the_ East It seems that &pulcri,1ek3beforeth.Tsirkjan4- Holy to sell to thf.Unhcd State the two' rovitisg him tol'tLasetht urn bWeen.. P

dad of Ihf election and the Whig sal TO of triumph energy i their owners than by' their-" "own' Jhis lattej: rocess' is rapairy iug'-itself Qweverbelgrfrtoe i province of JxnoraV ftd Lower, California, venJencei have" received" *- fOiET4 '- -.

had not vet been fairly.echoed by the indestructibility; -. .. lamiltarj. and; with haj .axahrirrun visw JW855S1OflOfjL: >Mbor had JhChlbnahd in(addition* :By th'm means, w >: : .t { a' ,-
Here are'twp orjthree for..instance. which MrdeiLavalette ,1* itjs VaH!> ; : 1
examples ;
.thttndrr from Sacramento City telling o( an ; quickens the growth of all things in charged, tpytreat" r hopes to eeal1er5iin.detetmisetrIjii.aionisti- #v
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lfbre all rounds nieni'relyirig'on'.their' fireproof the goldenaof! of tonjh -subject. f AWel ees rte.Bidk i
equal victory there, political Galifomia.,we jhiy'eipeet Ksder -' ---' -- '- iSf
'were hushed into nrthinzne by a mightier walls, lacked themselves in ind devoted their to *e a wonderful adauce in multip1i atiooIOrientLimmigrantsia : : _-_ :r will panse' ,.however; say:itiai'hi1adpMa! Gcsnzmcz.-Few tb&g p$5brn4 f* CitWa.retu
could -
'Voice, and the cry of a doomed city rose to energirs to the task of keeping cintthe "fire. that attractive! re A SaCVLARCLSa..Dr MOOrfl-Nah. Zedtr.-before renewing-, the exciting ques jive me more real" jleuurethaatha -
'the very heavens. through a whirlwind They coon Jonnd.that they/had miscalculated gipnij It may not be far in-thejutnrewhen naNr Hamnshw, baa furnished the follow- t ions which the'wisdom,of thI,lart Corigrwis receipt of;your letter I thank jou/oo.tm

''fire; So complete hi* Wn the destruction. the beat of the ames. The.-woodwork 5.-spa of the Celertjal Empire,- converted in ingfacts in retaliontntbe' aseoftbesonof ?was karcelr to,settle! 1 peceabfynd own_ atcpuDt i uid Lthank-you4fJ.qiay -
fearful the sacrifice.of life -that it around th .windows and doors 'was -contin- to in A m rican citizen take hls Mr. which! are inseparably conDeeted with" venture soto say; in behalf of the good ma "
so > ally blazing-vp, and bistrueoverightey may >eat vinthe5 uUJra'! Wtterson,of Merricfc; N, Hi qoesb'n'ofnewierritor v very of thecouniry,1ortwarOt Interest wbjcb
if Doom itMlf Congress of the BuMic.4ThIii, JobaPatterson -
neems as was warring against ore ? aged 14 ye aJwnart. takein
th had hut two of yon snpporof tb> Contitg4fe inil
pails water. This :
they Amtriaiv.i; i' 1
hands of and tremendons'blow r-- mntalltgent tfie
the men, by one bO7whileamusinguhniui tf firinrat annexation/of the Union IT These coO .
carefully vised the high eruIs&ery-
by cnpfql .
hud withered them into paralysis. relying chiefly a- mrl rtha; loaded'with I the Sandwich IsanapvdetI! it be.e&Ublished
on treading out the fire and Tlt Barthqmake lho Ck 4t Can Francteo.A'correspb pmtpl- ball, sbc'ntlydeolveupon .those l whtre
smothering .it !
The calamity! is not ordinary in its nature.JJ bwTng *vwue slavery shall! never.exist there I .The the young men of the.
with blankeK Their niicu.UUinj; licap ""' -conntry and jtereeoolS
a Francisco has rin four times from the water was soon spent, dentybf the New York !Sun, on. the pillar of the'fstbVit fwent oS. fodg- editor rays j; -- be no better of their -
the heat was -i- pmen ion tuiuaAce
beyond endurance t.-
and 4 o'clock the
writing at afternoon
ashes, and time trill emerge from this, bat drtermined 'they on r the in the1rainThe ijnerforti ti"We areinforme1l; :that the Agent of the and maintenlnce than-that
tomake tfiose'ypnng'.iaeoare
slowly incompletely, and with painful trnggling. -: Uat hope.The dooY'was a outside as their 15th. says: ted ....- J cap,penetraiinj;the fore..Government the.'Sandwkh' bland' is fpuml, id a.Very"great, exlenv resolvodV .
Sintflhe'conflagration of Moscow :tantioasly rawn :Al6uiharf-past: ro'cloelr'thls nlorflinli twao RIWSn meW U
; tbiriizzters above earer-OlaiBro.propositipiw-rroa*,fot the witht6rmn and .vfgor
and the first es tcf npJicW tke
nooty baS beeit so materially deprived of ajar, sight which met their eyes our city 'was startled by the shock ;of an thelnternal angle'iif the riijht, eye. -Aprobepassed tablishment ,of_ an:J;American protectorate gloriduffinvitation; of theTr untesJprs.JfeWI ::-

its available wealth .Ail, that is left will was a man frantically rushing'from an op earthquake! Men issaed from! the haking easily--albfg the :tick of the ball as I orer the bland their Government and, in ire.not expect, jenUem?n to m F*
hardly equal in value any two of the eighteen posite fallen building and into the 'etrfet- staggering houses into the streets"4n Consternation. far,-back as. the }perior part>n the right of ternal organization: remaining the amem I sachui-etlifor any'considerabJe, "namSerlof

squares destroyed. It seems indeed shut- the door instantly consumed., They Hundreds j ere 'without'meat and money the occipital boner Onjthe..dayof acci- now; the; other,; for the .abdication, of the days until the end of next month> You osaj
that the fire scorned all mean destruction, h and worked"on till manylong almost ;without clothes' The .hoarders; atJunes' dent belayencoiscious. and in instant dan King,.the complete resignation,of the authori rest,assured, however, th tbenTsalt'be 4 '

and consumed only the most valuable prey. ours hid passed,and the floor was so cool as ,Hotel..and the Oriental were at breakfast gerof dfflsplutioh.VThe second day! the ty_into the hands of.,the people under suita at home !long enough td.ha'vei4ay1'os*flat

Hardly dozen: large firms in the whole city to bear more than a moment's touch. Then ,'and so violent was the shockt that they bead was trcpttintd theJpfisterioi 'part,-and- bin Republican furras,and the definite annexa purpose, I'shall'-not''ifait 6vc io ply"w7A

; were unscathed. .The rile sinks of iniquity, they b flung themselves down Jielpless ezaustion. rushed from the ,table into the street,"'over- probe passed f j bin the wound in". the fore- tion of the-Islands to, this'-Republc. 'These your kind and friendly invitationl

the wretched out-of-the-way sections, are all b Truly, they were saved almost; turning everything in their way head aloujsfthe; tract but't :tbe:'opening propositions are, submitted ,to oar Govern Yours, with true inward, -
safe but business of yamrracle. ? : The wharves trembled leaves made by toe 'This men for,its choice and -
every portion any conitiderable like aapen; trephine gave exitto acceptance,.with; an I DANIEL-WEBSTER.THB .
size has crumbled into ashes. Another was accidentally, locked in a and the; /rame buildings adjoining ",vibrate4some quantity ef bloody'! serum, but we were disappointed I earnest request' from the King and alt his

There is a singularity about this fact, which Email room of a similar building.He bad eight 'or,tea inches. .The brick buildings -: in not finding the,ball. The probe Ministers that one or.' the other of them may NEW CbaTirxc.- -A .New. York .let --.
I will make the late fire memorable in history. no water or blankets with' which to check were soi-1 'violently shaken -asto induce was then passed, with the utmost gentleness, be proinpilyembracedandacted upon.. This ter says: :

Irregular as are the lines of the burnt district der the flame tie door which continually played, in ..un the' belief that they-would fall to the ground. in attbepostenior wQnnd.vrhen ;'ahbther 8tep"we have reason to believe, has not beer: A meetingof ladies in" favor of the. new -

they are exactly the boundaries of our Tbeonlymeins of preerring -The shock lasted but one instant: ut that track was,.found ownwardsto'varJs'ibe;' taken without deliberation and perfect con costume was held on Saturday* afternoon;at -
main business and wealth. A new survey i his life lay in a broom with which he was long enough to ctuse the most exciting centre of (the base of'the brain. Up io.:the ylctipn that is both necessarily and timely.". Hope Chapel,'and 'was weUa'tteaded' Mrfc

has been made, and its landmarks are en- literally swept the fire during all that horrible alarm."" The effect seemed lobe from south'. time'ofthe operation he was insensible, buj -.These: 'steps have been taken, says the ExBJW &1. S.'Govr Nicbofa. was-ehoseiipresTdeetj

daring, for they ale burned into the very sketch, night.such What pea could faithfully east to northwest, and 'wassensiblj felt for' in 'about an.. hpur"'afterTrard8 he began "togife *;;in conseqaence of the French threat ofDomhardment r Mis* Sarah Tpwhserid SecreSrjrj Wrs;
situation t
quick, and will scar our growth for ever. a distance of two or three miles:- evidence of 'rewrhtng* consciousness. and invasion,.- but what will I Tprbet and Mrs. Halleck; ''Committee pa
Tie incendiary selected the anniversary Many lives were lost. Some of the dead From this/time till within 36 hours-of. his the Administration. .Nothing, just noth Resolutions; Mrs:Post :and MuwVPurdayJ

of the great fire jn May, one year ago. Fatal were the too-generous firemen;-a few were ill* Irtwit NavI1iitorsA Gleam ct Hop. death be :remained .perfectly freefrom any log at all.. .It has no such power in the premises Committee on5 Finance. AIfolae

coincidence. Yet; if the calamity were well known citizens who died in vainly.try ''Tne'rennrTthat a 'cairn "of: stories; raised symptoms ot compression or inflammation"of -Congress'alone can,* uinexn.pro- tious :'denouncing,'the present fasbrbft'aod:

no greater than that,this steamer would car ing to save their property,.-and too many by Sir John'Franklin's expedition had- been his brain, recognizing his"Mends and ask, tect," or dp any thing of that .kind. The recommending the new pnevwhich theycall -

ry to you the news that ten days were sufficient were strangers.; The Union Hotel had- just discovered in Jones1 Sound in 1848, by the ing for food and drink in biannual manner. Administration Tan,- see, fair play.between neither Turkish nprPersiaa,but American,'

time to rebuild the city. But this is received forty.new guests from the steamer; Prince of Wales whaler, rays the Liverpool On.the. firstoi'ApriLhenailklntGacabn; France and the Sandwich- Islands,'perhaps, was reported and passed by an almost uaaa;

universally conceded to be as great as, if which arrived but a. few hours, before the Times, of the 14th, has received within these and deep sleep,-from which he never awoke, -but tbat is all,, irripus majority, onry'MVen ladies; -feting

not greater than, all the others combined. fire.In this ill-fated; house, three at least few days very distinct confirmation, render aruTtlied without a. smuggleon; the evening '"* the negaiive. Some of the officers of the -
At about ten o'clock in the evening the are known to have been destroyed. While ing the statement by far the :most important' ofthe, second "living "exactly Tourteen'days CAiirbasu FoaTCSJt, The Custom meeting were dressed in the new ep6tam7$

cry, which more than any other can startle it was wrapped in flames, a man-the last '-presnmptive or otherwise-which,has yet from the'lime of, the melancholy,accideut. House 'at San rancs wbichjwas destroy It is'said that a number of Iadies''intendt9 4

every San Franciscian, rang through the who was saved alive--was darting through reached us; .-> ? At; the-request of his friends, in presence of ed by the-' recent fire, was owned by Mr--H. appear in Broadway'in new cbstnme'du-

city. The fire arose and spread with on paralleled the office,and distinctly heard the tinkle ff .William Miller, a seaman, on;board the numerous >pectatoi8, thebead was opened Da vi.% who rented it to Government for ring the coming week. i'-Tf*J'

rapidity. It was artfully kindled in a bell. He looked ujrto the rack, and saw Prince'of Wales, states'or. ose'h, that he was and the course of the ball explored;; -Ii was $3,000 per month' Davis, 'who-is now. orwaJ A'meeting of.those4 in favor ofthe'nevr

a paint-shop, and the combustible materials! a bell belonging to an upper room. furiously on board that vessel (whaler) 1 in 1848, when found to bare entered the forehead one inch previous to the fire,in the receipt of over costume was held in" LenreD-Ma sL ba1heithnit

therein stored scattered sheets of flame oh shaken! Who that.person was, who mutt early in September, daring very thick weather and three ?quarters'"abbve '.the* eye"; penetrating $20,000per month, went to..California. ;a : : v'-v--\ "-' 9

every side. All! ttie fire companies were out have perished there'none ret!., they entered {as they believed) Lancaster the substance of :the Cerebrum1 along cabin boy five years ago,'and was'induced to Abbultwo handred persons trereTpresett,

and battling as only firemen can, but a few Unlike most fires, here are no particular Sound, and steered west, advancing slow.ly. the, right Leraispbere;;.as ;faf back: a.the purchase, for ,.$l3, the ;lotof ground, upon two-thinJs pf> whom w re4fadies.'Mr*
minutes convinced the many thousands who sufferers in' whose .behalf the feelings
were assembled upon the Plaza, that a great others are to be enlisted.: All, or nearly all, when it'suddenly lifted, and high' land was where it turned downwards and forward, :so little of his purchased, that ..hewpuid sen Secretary" It was'"Toted: .'to'9oiiitbo' .. -

conflagration was inevitable. Yet none are directly or indirectly great losers.: :As seen on the larboard side over the mart coursing -atong"tbe' lower part of the right not pay two Collars to have the deed Fourth Jttly processioo iiIBOOthCt Ticpji:
for myself my profession is brolftn for headt The first doubtful ifit recorded, until the property"was:producing tume. -- '-- : r4 .
dreamed nt what soon proved to be a reality. up captaiir being at posterior lobe of the cerebrum for about two -
Everything teemed to be against us. The two or three months at least,"and it is yet a -were the loom of icebergs or'of'land, sent and one half inched; again turning and.tak him $300tfp rmonth. Davis had an American The Cindnnatti Chronicle of late-date'
wind was very high and whirled sparkling doubtful point with me from what part of a boat off ltd ascertain :the fact*and :of, this ing a tra"8erse cours* from sjhtto left- mother father and a Kanaka-,or- Sandwich Island I has the folio wing-' paragraph'-'- .f 1 *

rhreds upon every roof. It was almost a California my next letter will be dated. party William Miller formed one;;, and,burying itself deeply in the substance -BibbMta'? Pie 'Nw.-Qn )heFJwr$

time of interregnum in the city government, One thing 'which is recognised 'here as He states that "on landing' the marks''of the posterior' lobe'of'the left hemisphere Txiccs hsT ton-If we are to credit the of July next a Pic Nic is to come" off about '

. for this was the last night of the old regime, the universal and only rutajof action for the shoe prirtts w distinctly visible in the mud,' the cerebrum, making at"least a 'track- in following from the VicksburgWtsigthers three rni.esabove Milfbrd, oatbeylttls"AIIarnii ;

and the newly elected officials bad not yet present, must also strike-mk interested above hieh'water marki'close .bjr rasa length pt fourteen mc1bes.r ;iA -.' are some sharp,'uns in California: 1 Rail RoaJ, at which the Jadies ar'e -" *
taken their oaths. The Chief Engineer, sons in the Eastern cities with its necessity small cooking: place xblacktned by' fire, and bei dressed in *newAmeri aCotm4
and nearly all the officers in the fire' as well as with its wisdom. The matt gec- a: little further on a well built cairn, about Fccmvis tSLiVErROM WESTERN PesssmlHiA. A friend of ours, who has recently,returned

were on a public visit to Sacramento companies e forbearance must be thoten in tAt collection f ruror, five feet high of which the party -Recently Geov HR6ti., from .California related' some amusing Axai v Coro3 Ai1Ga1hi *
City. The firemen that remained worked of &!4s. Were not ;this principle pulled away a few jtones, hot being recalled a ssistant. United States a:Marshal for the incidents to us of the chicanery among the The London Morning Chronicle,irrtbe CouriVof

hardily, but with little discretion. Had adopted by common consent as a temporary bmmon y signal from the'ship-which was- being western-djstrict; Pennsylvania,::reached .merchants and'speculators, giving us' an insight its reviews of the' prpmiDcnt objects of.the*

few engineers of experience and judgment aw law with us, instead of-the **su>p driven in shore .by.the current-were compelled Philadelpbiay in, the ,Readings:ears, from into the.intrigue and deception which Great-Exhibition, remits the dependeace-bf -

been present, with the right to command the l law" for six months, for the passage- of to return on board immeJiately. .. Wilkesbarre, havihz in cuslpdyUnsse Whitman they, mutually-,resort to in >order to. please Euglaad-upon the Dnited States for*the chiet
which it slave whom- ''arrested the .credulous.-Whea'live stock is low, supply of cotton, and remarks:1 -* '-"* S
result could not have been so disastrous. was al first proposed to convene our It was believed by the master of the Prince /ngitive be 'atWdkesbarre
From the Plaza the flames hqfried South Legislature, the utmost. pasTiveness under of Wales, the" veteran'Lee, of Hull, that be in that State.; \ThePblac :purchase all the mules and horses that "The Americans have'their! own wants to :

and East, till a clean sweep was made near. disaster would, have resulted... Our city -had advanced in'a westerly courseup: this delpbia American says :, 5. be bought, and then engage several per supply; and with growing'means'of p'rpdac4

ly to Happy Valley, and then the wind sad would then have remained depressed and in sound,a distance of nearly'150 miles,, under Marshal Keyser having nltelegraphed! sons to eo out of the city, to return upon :a lion and daily increased skill,, they will oCnecessity
nenly shifted (Satan is called Prince/of the ashes. But this general understanding encourages the impression that be'was.ID Lancaster tojm'eet'the parties at the depot was promptly which day, and to exhibit specimens of gold, -take are 01 themselves firef. Thai

Power of the Air!) and every thing from men to persevere, and allows them Sound ; bat this belief was removed' on l on the spot with an efficient police force, (with they have, previously been provided I they are extending their trade into new than*. -

Rincon to Clark's Point lay in ashes. There to regain a fund oat -which old liabilities making his way t outward, "and the >doubt and acco'tnpanied'the ''United ;.States officers ,) as though they bad realized large fortunes Tieli* may be seen' pn exaroining UMfrr con .

it was checked on Sunday lore noon. may be paid. VVill'not the merchants of confirmed by passing (to%the'southward) the and their charge tu the-Balti more. boat, on at some new diggings.Tbeplace is tribntioni'in cotton TDanufactures ''aadIb.4

I will not attempt to describe the "hurrying New York who-bold in"their1 hands San wide opening, and'f weII.knownbead1amz4" of' which they took;,passage for.Alary land at 2 named l ,,and very' noon:every of tongue is proclaiming sail cloth exhibited and manqfactored by the'Williamantie

to and fni,"-the anguished face,-the wring Francisco paper.which cannot be nel at maturity Lancaster Sound. p._ oclock.v Whitman, is a large;powerful ne-,. the.l.new discovery gold,? and Dcrck'Company, ofJbevState
be equally, mindful! of their interests It became evident that heba'been in the all seems to, be:in confusion, all trying to of New York: their -prbgress'sincethere ,
ing of hand*, the cries forced from stout :own pro, and fonght lesperately before surrender ; ; proves : I
hearts,-the shrieks of burning wretches and forbearing wards those who hitherto unexplored and more northern sound i ng. jHe struck..Marshal Ro et twice upon7 get ;there first.. -The,speculators Jaugh in can be no doubt that the.:ppecimens or

the hoarsely commanding trumpet,-the rattling are entirely in the power of creditors 1 The named after "Alderman Jones, a passage the bead with a heavy can wbip-and drewraJarge their sleeves.at the farce, and sellout their this article! here sbbwn-are supenor .tp tnr;.

of engines,-the whistle of that mad growth'of our city,for months is placed' in which, it has-been, believed leads directly sheath knife, which be would..doubt stock at most exhbrbitant; prices, and grow thing else of tber, kind Tor the exbibfuon aad'certainly .
wind-or that which rose above all this in their-hands. ,. x i into the ,sea;..north off;the Parry Island. less I have used bad it not been'forjtimelf and upon ingenuity of their schemes. jt opens a new :and exfenjiye field"! ,

fernal din, the rushing roar of our fiery Thos hurriedly and disconnectedly,I have William Miller further declares that, at' nile efficient aid. Whitman belongs to .John' BOSTOK ;June for the operations of'those hithertpf und --
.19.Al '
Doom. It is enough that that these thing given you some details of the memorable point,"the passage widened and that an open Conrad, Esq:, of Loudoan county, Val. The vejpped (energies which the manufacturers oftbe

were: and that they rise even now but too conflagration. My lime at present wilL not sea with Islands lay:before them.. matter was managed 'so quietly, as far as Missi isryii Drwoca&cvjwn Si.Avzat; United States are anxiously a waiting?a4opportuLrty
vividly before the eye, without daring the allow me togo further; Such an Important It is impossible enterjain anydoqbt that Philadelphia ,was.concerneX that very i few a meeting of the Democratic State Committee of; bringing into play/fuifu;

painful task' of dissecting such horrors. subject as the permanent bearing of this'ca- this cairn indicated,the.fact that some of Sir persons t jpirJ of either the arrival or departure yesterday. aVelaborate report against the question of theTuw material_ > caM
These, things have been before and will l amity upon San Francisco in aft -its phases John*Franklin's party',have.visited'the spot of, ,the' fugitive." Sbme"bf the colorel t the'fnrther agitation of slavery; and in favor alone, a matter to be'slighted,' ..aflfettensive

come again, but their first sight is enough of good and evil,-for it must have some i in'question ;' and we can' have no hesitatiun : porters; wood sawyers, Btevedorcs and other of sustaining the Compromise measures S production the afUcJe.bl-safltlpfl -
to impress on mind the that good effect!-I may treat upon a futd re oc i in asserting that"beneath the pile*so carefully employees1 along the.wkarves, indaigeil/in/ unanimously aJopted.; The report was written t- would involve al consamptionftp whicfitla

the second every never follow. prayer casion. Let it be enough at present that raised,deposited distinct jufonnalion ofhis threats, .but they were-overawed by the and. presnted Gen.'Cushing, Chair lace trade of Nottingham; and'''the mbosCa,

One view may o) the conflagration I will not all which man can do will 'be done Already past progress and future intention. officersof toe law; andmade no attempt man of the Executive Committee/, .was trade bi Iasgow would'learr- the unquenchable: dour An effort made detain, the voted tn hold a State Convention at Worces- ,w1 -
pass over so lightly., We had just saved energy people rescue. was jo c-
the books, papers, and valuables from oar has commence the great task of rebuildingtbe A Georgia.JPredlgjr' slave by a "writ of'habeas .corpus,1\buttheboat terpotWednesday-20th -

office, placed them ;in a lighter and pushed off city.. Already, building bare risen The:New York\\Mirrtir eayn: shored"off before it_could,be executed.! f .-Hbt'LeTTjVood-
: *
) lisa letter to lhe Prrsbner8iTrieol
and arerfctill nne 20.A' .- bury, ,
all ; e.- .
rising on fcides.' There sn ,_ : (
imbibe 'to -
harbor: After'gelling out of immediate A little fellow, whd is' designed make in !
danger, we fastened alongside a .ship, yet strength left" in thejounggiant's- cripplrd c considerable; in the worw paJJ-jiis avisit 1 $Desertion in the' ar ny is .beginning to attract large number of old musketo andJenls _regard, to'tbeabozionfpitalpuflinmnest Sfi
limbs. .4 says"f
to whose cross-trees climbed, and there sat this morning, and [surprised us erymuch serious attention ,in every- par| ofAhe were't purchased at the Gpyefnment >ale today ? "-'- > .---' < -' 'iI
till long after morning.ItOn .- Stockton, too, is in ashes! Dark suspi- by the wonderful skill with-which"hr United jStates. The joss annually to govern- by two gentlemen from Newr'Tprk, who- have fo some years .been,. convhcithatan' ;
dons are becoming probabilities, 'and1 when the' merit deserts/ declined to give theiriaVnesC; experiment should be "madeTjirJon
both aides of me rcse the .bluff Points beats 'drum,'Mrfprmin* with the' precUon 15enbroiaaseverjrmaiS'Vlip, (
which guard our beautiful harbor. 'Before these are resolved certainties"what shall s? -and -vigor of; adrummajor./ lie is aright robs the government of 50" dollars ,directly; .- legislature to enforce the penal/codes.'wiib--
prevent the public wrath from i consaming b and much It''is time the. 'NgW Oitrns3OnI 20. out InflicMng death on the caderBybTtchangeaioppofluatiywil
me was the city built- from the summit of intelligent looking little fellow?named indirectly; more. -- *
.those,high hills far,down into, the crescent the whole band of.'foreign incendiarieij I' Benson .A.E<.glisbian4; was bora'.in,Alacpu,. punishment, by law, for desertion, should be 1 CreswelVan extensive- negrVi, trader, exist aFkat to
PrniBazicci.r. ot th deserted died and,in his will liberated all 1 reform ihe oflfiiderj.ami, in ,a govern as ehf
of the Bay; Glancing away into the .distance G a. He 'only jwp years aud four months changed., jOne-eighth | wboli army yesterday i
BBIVB old and last rearsndmnenofCapL'Hatch'scorniaOy.Jaat'munth of i 6 h i ayea'who.nnmbered! : nuietyonc.Tb C like our3r f'popularpoweTitCasQfe'stOrea
the darkness of night WM deep and we are thatJaVthVage'of eight ) ;IjB'pal i-
heavy., THE CHWESZIS SIR Fs.scisco..LThsuccess months he first eommehcrd pfayng1' tde .at Rpchiester, will I is to:be contested x", T -' .former systeini sbottlJ a iewn(
which has attended the labors of the dram then remarkable deserted It-fis the of every'gtbd citt : 'Thlatt' rairm thrprigbbut1't&e State lave fail to answer rublW exprctation '
But I was: wrapped in a. light, which -appeared i iudo'strioos Chinese California indicated even evincing a learfar dnty -
atj music month' afterwards knows 9ftneijvrbereabbutgof aJeSerter 'greatly resuscicifed the' Cotton ( and a "
almost infernal .The.picture before j a bej>egan towbiBtle zeRitwho; ; crop v ?
by the return of 'some of them with and' it is hear velnfoVmation./. VVe.bope jto l large yield is anticipated.! lDww.cz.-iVhena, ; ; rakzs1 youth.
e seemed !not of earth; but rather to belong their has only a ; / see ?-, .t jrWifr. -
to the scenery of that Jake ,of eternal fire, golden acquisitions, given quite an time:once, to enable'him ip whistle; it note aireiiiire Tefpfm 'uTthisTsubject:*' The i jL ; goes(astray, friends gather i aronii&hnti*
i impetus to the feeling of emigration from the for Jbhnsph, a respectable and,wealthy order tpjrestbre him toithe patVpfvi
which living man has. never *een. note. He certainly is a remarkable child- of the arnijr is-better Sn5Te;_Fbe'ral tbirtiuyotber
fatherland. We learn from 1b4t4
California free colored assassinated oa Ja.vl6Dea7flihini
man, was foully Gentleness and kindness
Buildings and streets-signs of human bab- 'that the movement' is .*Jea"iilill:; : and the publi 'wil1th consider.biifl: w ;- BerTlc ,>nd therefpfe! Desertion the f venine of the 16th>lt;-two .miles belbV to.win hlraback toirinbcenwand'wbald. are .
fations-were all invisible., A. broad red they have,witnessed his performance which becomes the greatererjroej; Congress,at the .A .
his horse
along the CbJoese aeabord, atul asacouseqnence ; the citr of Natchez .;He fell frorn ; No one .suspect .that,he ba
Curtain seemed have been dropped: from t will.jbave.an/.oppprtaftuy: of .doing at: next sessioncan-.aud.willremedy; this diffi- -
pierced three bill the having .
aasaswn cooEduigmr.
nearly all the, yi-ssels that are -* *4 -' r by ; : s I! ** Buwbena"poo' -
,, pl
Heaven in frost of The the Tabernacle tbis we'nnclersunil.JT cuyNei YQrkEzpres !
fierce tht'Jeribingelty.' tip in the Gbitidw ports for Cahlornia-are erening, fired thifalal Bhots frorn an arribuscade'bnthe beuajedishe .receiveUia raM'cfsocietiri :
wind jf rfj -+& **>e somewhat t intended to : .We- observe rbaJ,i4eAsOif Johnson's-a mere and is henceforth, driven ,from "the, ayXotvirtue. -
Convey FoaTuim CoiTOBi-
passenger Tiit.
or. -
_ona a steady ertctness, and mintling"n8 in : I, TKrpn'gh ihler chief and agent,the Chinese- : ;:Hw SwnMHaic; The*Cologne that some f Uie, Florida Sealsland'wh ch boy ndirtg'by'h >Idev wasi"'likewse? 'shotin The,betrayer is honored,'respected,: .-

land cmofcer: : streamed Eastward far over i in California hare"obtained possession of a Gazetie'has /ollowmg from ConJilaouupple 'sold in this roarkef'fOt4'cerit'peT, lb. are; i the Vide, and his lifewasdespaited of 7at esteemed i; but his ruined ,beartbroken''victim -. -
*be Baflike along flaguof ire And the largevlract ofjaod which' they-bave commenced dated theU 8th May: nowfseUirig"at arictibnMa Liverpool at Siito9jsterlingia1osaof l last'raccountsr A.white.; man named Winh knows that therels no p ace'for v '**'t(
rounds which that awful curtain ; had beenv'airested on suspicion of having side' the cold and solitary grave', ".$ $
pierced cultivating; they are setijinj? if rapid "The new! French Ambassador,-.>1.3tdeLavalelte 7 or8cts.'perib. ; p| ;
:fillingjhe ear with, terrible intensity, 'were] l ly. .They are said to be arnong.the most industrious ;bat bad a priy ale auaience wiiblhe I f We beg Jave to gi ve iarfriendf.In Fl ori* fireid Hhe ibbthaz4 .tb&coronerYajuryha. 4 haajio, helpingJiand for- her, ropeaceI siIno

4hoe which once heard ring in the ear till! q iet'ancl patient:'people in -pie Sultan, at which be delivered bit letters ot I da,a*word,of advice.jr ich,will beof service$' found a verdict against him. The horrible] vOiceOffOrgtYefleSL.'ThC V5
aheday-of death, There the'cnuh ofnittrve : afiair bad Created excitement and rooraliti esL they
was whole population Perhaps the citizens of credence, and presented the persons;attachedto I- lor them, if ;fblIpwedrUbe'lc5imiK vjwasdn, great earthly '
WSIrngs, the dash"of fruitiest: jets nalp LC3r; 'says the Califomian,1 except the the embassy Hejr particularly charged.byrthe Tbe'ir Coitoiis (we speak of the generatebar? about Natchez, as we learn fromadespatc' h Heaven. There'

of tat r-the berried explosions of house Germans, are, more-'quiet and Valuable *Bepablic (6 urge theWightrfbf the ader of them)are carelessly prepare 4.lot the '? thN, QPica)uu.'L_ fearfol----- ---arejheCnoucai

after house vainly *anticipating destiny, Many letters, it is;,added,,passed 'to and fro Christians'dver the"Holy Sepulchre markeLthstained They are riot properly woof aand : !LATB"rkoM 'SOOTB sne -' ____.: -_____ _-:-'--' -. -
ind the solemn tKX>m, which is always the between China and California,''and."at eachdepauorsbips'fdrth&C1estiaI'Empire against.the G rrefc Christians, and to':this ef?- ; cotton is not sepaiateaVftpiathat! haVe' been received, rNe w York frorant Bu '
mask to which fire marches against 'pow- : fct t bicb isl'pnre .i hite TKe stapte ::15
p : Ayres to;Apri,2a&: Monte videpi'MayI ville
kINS foe. rreat numbers of Calif orriia 'jire\ cou ;heJ mthut. betteKprbDTbTyWaJhatrpf the' fowefcounties ) .' --P '
.* paper* sent, tograpb letters, eqergettii good, $ Jand' Rio de ;Janerot May 1lZttt ;Tbe f !
And occasionally could be heard for a moment %) frierids.beyoU the Pacifier5; rr.4: "; terms,' from thePieiiieIttn4: | m'jGeoimi(aiyineVMve ivirgtn
ns"al osthnVof
; afi tbe >nlat
the teafurther told thai the Pope; ; -41CTitOWthS Ruwiah bassa soil, but qrasifal 1j-siid&geraayjutp, liian extent on atCfite;
pV *
alout'cauJes4themstrength when their Chinese in Cifomainstea4ofa4hcntig- dOr'basdeliyeridtO the ths Mc4tuJlyhe: ea4vantagedu ThVBra Go ernme41 r tssippIcWeJar e| .
aatfiral power* are exhausted -soaring high "which 9tiurnanForteiI heratbia to be; ;in"earnesr.bout snppressmgth; .ilave V a .famy'OI'eiX', & % '
teuacioasly to.:the; customsXindtti; jnemorandani, ;; tog an excfleci nutketiuch asbafi( understboJ bt4 -
thafthe WinUter
and kvpefully up: through the din.- -It, wa their own ,country, show a gnxfwiirty 'm' farnul pEotetjinWnicliitJe; : ad the followr last KisoV, but the excitement is 4bL&Rd trade, andit is forethe hamvhers n
lmoth'pulytokeo: ,,lo prove ihai'theplace which hare bewi for Foreign AtftiriJSrill Jay> :
national already
adopting oar characteristics in place 4ns wasoa-to thpae, itnaaauini.ipo&l:
btfof tne was.not a btrming:hell- of their Ire advanced 'Inavor"cf. rI I all the correspondence;wGrcal Bng and Memphi* ouch sickness alsa i9f : : own. TUey adapt tbems *to oui winter oLit;owanierils5\VesuongIy nrpxokeh'i
tE'u"T }Band Fraeeupoiei. : iJTiaddcQia >U attacks Md( >f'il' .
tbat place wbjjre Hppe cao.never come.1.! ; lairs and manifest a preference for'qor 1nsdluliooi ; ; -- i ---, ,
;r.AUouRdwasa: forest o|>ast ,- eacbtbicklf by applying far ciuz tsiijsicordiflg ; ; ,Lbout6hy yeapnce a quarrelbrpkt intosenions Chamber rere opened;pa the3d'e' >T---Jt'f-' -'< ftf- r"- .
bthEmpero.in eto ; T.wamenjn Greene U1,11W'
; inanneJ;:irE eiy' .pjotneot *, *! t .aurliwL-eJn dresstoostheyare: t b tieea Ui.-Ureeki Mi ? coarrtyv
Woild tale fire and threaten ore'dewroctionta mug Americanized; .The woodei&.sbocsgiu nisnbet ofth -flOlptcbm&com'3 ;pLtLt&wT boTCCW of Cbarle* theirs: f
: of this
upon ehplera'recentlrftreported <
the whole'feet. -But water 'WM always to leainero the di U bP99' "
way ones; long queue' : re
k k. te : *" aoi'-of1hinpfre frounyevolut1oAaJzuM,4 at;Spri leld 01 W -
$ daIb ut th1rSZ en'thuu / **(7' ?' ;

iiiblieierticiis tbe whole I fouD
Am eneanv garment The v'we t I 4 fetyL Estimated Kf ti9i; >42ftgBiilL! MUMmui
1 redo'ioknOV iibj
c. beitdiraniio had ind-legateottht2ap$ bLStOOhj leet !I ociitedirln lbyuditiouBqti

tl bousia ert l si I 41'I w &i? ffiimce & ycal ucen
tbelj crowded and tbe,.the wrrtcbe reae : :These I alter-tM?burning 4cthetee, Ufurl 1: de4scal -t- -i'1
3 1OI eby ewrnedBtilai [ of lie f tuw Jestinyi of CaUforuiAnd, puiy I Greeks and o w a made eoiiectiv fiffW4iH5 ld :
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M taken, ,/"* of'th I atbthebl artTes The Ouachita Besister contains ibe pro*'
I A vrepnt adminT tration on I ,JteJiaYehadleVnoWnation
I Jcrae 18, 1851. The effect produted tbronghotrt,the TJnien OieMmuM atbor nhti ,bf Stale 4iiaflrbecuO gjvcm by the eidzen*

I Han, HotrxiiCoii-Sr>- At a convex by the action of'that Conrention" is not only interest oridamatres vbefow fce adminittritl bjflth4be emocratsTat Reading the of, a'portion of: the Parishes of Catahocla.
held of t e Constitetional grateful 'to DOT] feeling L8tite"prdi, but tiOfl'jIlfleke'1be ; foresh !, ,
ia Feny Concordia Loawiana
and tu ;
Union party, you were nnaniraowly nomi- should not-beVwithottt ha influence URon par think the&m tjntztl U it.: teal 1a.4o wobifibt1ilI&fshiioe Ytigtat{ tancase1r3piyttf| first page will compliant'

Rated their candidate for the Chief Magistracy mind, when jve,are" invited'to a reconsideration \The amount involved In tbe tlaims about, "of this'Constitution :and the-'Union.' In Ibis be'seen the names of' the'nbminees of the to their distinguished,Senator.; There were

ef Georgia. undersigned were appoint of the decision,rwhich: 'was then pronounced mne hundred tbotisaad dollars 4" opposed avell to thesefcessionfsts'of Whig convention ,For Governor tbDin. present ,aboot five"hnndred, pC6pl'1't&Jrof'jf
we, are _
ed a cemmiKee notify you of jour nomint- / :With cor sister States'/of the Senator* Yulee and JSerrien;'a among position ocrats"named Col Kglfr.! ButThejwolid.
lion,and to solicit your acceptance.lo South; ,and with the'patriotic friends of the thiehJEfajenta and" ounsel,for tmrctaho- thee South ; we'inainlaln the

.t the performance of ,this duty, we may tlnion everywhere, the action of that Convention ants ir..Corwin 'was pn ofhe| ; couttsel, :Compromise':measures as whole, believing dies took different 'ground* ,on' the slavery meeting,;** from. ,

*od that many of that convention-were those was hailed with exhibitions of un mt "reIinquisbed-aIIconntin 'with' the that the Son'thdoes'notvrrend r her honor question-the first,'named declaring-JTor an After, short address :the ,President,' *

.. I : trithwiom you hare hitherto agreed tiponIhe bounded applause.- The highest* encomiums ase previous td'taking! office. ,v _.-" by acquiescence! We believe,''also that unoef open and cordial support of the Fugitive Gen. Sparrow.was appointed 01 C *to* deliver" /\i f a
;i political) issues which hate divided the were passed upon:the wisdom, intellieenee _* _' Stall slave law 'and for maintaining the rights of welcome to Gen.,Downs, vbch'\vas done Fa
CairstiiOtldrino has to
the '
: were those who hare hitherto and patriotism of its.members, as exhibited -
country; many '
differed from yon on those iwueiv Yet in their firm and unyielding derotfbn REPUBLIC AW; secede from thevUnipn-at wil iKe'cotempo- the,South ; ;while in sad contrast the'Whig most'eloquent speech, thanking hior br

E cfl, animated by an ardent love for Ike preservation to the. rights of the, Southr'lhe constitution J A C ICSOBT'V'X 1> IB rauCOus action .of' the 'COnvention which convention was less,'explicit-and evinced ,& the coarse he had pursued as the reprtsenta* '

.4; ; of that!government which has been of the country, a'ndlbeUnio'nfof thStates.Georiaalreadljproiidlypre.etniieig framed that instrument, and the ""opinion disposition to swerve i in this p rticu1ar..thie live of the State, and especially for:hit rap.

transmitted :to as by Washington now, among THURSDAY JVLY ip,_ 1851. their resolutions declared,'tha the Whigs port of-the1 Compromise a measure deemed
denied pi
Union demands the her sister States, .was thus -elevated to a leading.Southern Statesmen,having
when an imperilled loyalty yet by that portion of the people
Isustain, the Compromise bhixpiaddj
heart higher and nobler" posilion. As of her that ink h'at its assertion bat acover of Pennsylvania will .
: .of every patriotic forgetting all one 'We for.the. first time adopt the right, '
past differences of mere policy, and it n vine- citizens, I give to the: action of her Conven- of sending numbers of experiment : tor, revolution- a' right dictated by *;,but an attempt to give it greater force, 'just.Wb .' -

4 after a higher and nobler' object, have united tion'myrarmcordial, and unreserved, tfpproyal : ,,our.paper:to nature without law "since"no man, on, the by'a,resolution Air. Scott,.to'give the Fu. .. TIlE"ANCIENT CIrr" '
p. to rave that Union itself. :'and am prepared 'to, give to the several persons who have not ordered it as gitive'law a "faithful,'manlyj'anil u eijm2froal'support"caa '
Not only has tbe spirit of fanaticism else maintainance of her decisionmy, best efforts. subscribers We fend"it to several'members approach of extraordinary necessity, could' .' norer fear any damage from i n.wspap4
for the
where, but that of nltraism among 'sought -She, has declared, jn the most solemn manner of ,the Democratic party :who, are liberal be rat'a; loss, thougti..not.'directed by,legaj euj. off,by a dveriary,wbea we find him provoked sects a

t. to destroy the principles of our Government that "she can consistently with her honor, enough to read without 'declarations, to fin&theoper remedy"'forthe revfous-question OH the original resolution. paTpalI attempt, at injury, mbrepreaeoUUm,
4 :.' as essided by Washington,Jefferson, and abide by the general scheme of pacification." prejudice an opposition of' Thus have'the Whigs,shown themselves! on- "tmpotition" (worse ,than bal rliicb, ii&,
ot a tyrant.
Madison, but it has even sought let lay its In that declaration I folly,'concur. When I papir, deeming Vpossible they,might be aggression a gOvernment villing manfully to meet the jssue. 'Gov.ibbnson Ancient.City,originallj ebrxfrj w wUb) ails

,,1 sacrilegious hands upon Government itself give to' this;action of her: Convention my willing to have 'itcontinued, ,' not 'with the This is an imperfect outline of bar'viewsof in his to the nomina- cvUeaeed 1st the, columns .of hat papei of tli2SUx
; and to throw* into devolution and anarchy unqualified approval, I oot-feel that my idea of making proselytes! of them, but taking the leading' nand measures of the day ,, response nit. Jaat, ucb a succession! -of stabi'yhtth

cuu that which is the freest happiest and native State has required 'mej'as' one'of her it for'granted that they, like ofour'Whig -and they govern our press inr its OBJECT ion, spoke"favarably of the modification of mean'and narrow mind.d Ben at tbe Soutfc art' *
4 List earth.ilu citizens, to submit 40 an mcf degradation. many of preserving th e Union.Tbe the Fugitive lawThese proceedings look prone toatlempt, when they,wish to strike at the

To avert tnrs calamity, and to preserve I will bot' cast upon her the ungrateful 'reflection friends, are 'always ready to hear local affairs of State 'have been like baitfng the abolitionists instead of bnf- interetts of fellow-ciUifn-,- M bnsw, )rs.. ,

)' t1is Uo upon the principles of the Con- that she has taxed .the allegiance both sides. If any desire to continue?the "' :oar fetIng them: and as a reward for.such con-' tleed bjibe aaent City, was tried'by; anoUnr ,
gtiftxton1 traveunited the hearts and her citizens the extent of requiring at their paper at our' reasonable term* f'subscription bat little the theme of discussion since the cotemporary and his' reckless ai U:toe-the int

1 j of.tht portion of the people of Georgia purpose who hands a humiliating submission"to a"condifionof we will continue ittot1i'j l ptil establishment of our press; and, therefore no ductwe hope to see **the lint ,knocked off"of year or more of our residenef la .thisStati;'

w. were lSJMC tlllt in the late c copventionof degradation and inequalirynmonK her they inform us, or direcnrte'postmasferto local parties bare been formed ,nor,issues > Pennsylvania Whlggery.. bat that effort ealy took thfr last TOf-IIne ofrlir5
sinter States. Ft is with far different feelings
L1 Constitutional Union By thatparty however 'Road Improvements old font of type, which bad bees tadf/battered Ia-*
We regard, FOG.
inform it ,desired.We shall be presented. <*RESISTASCfi" A.
that I her action. Hook her in us, is not
regard ,. ,
! ) with such principles, you hare been upon essential a bad cause ere tbey were directed against ovnelf, ,
Lrt MMwnated as a candidate the Chiel Mag- the proud position which she occupies Jin obliged to the postmasters to whom we send as, highly to promote We perceivejthat the mystification which And at toe same rate'of wear"and tear we eaa

t tracy of Georgia. this confederacy of States, and feel no blush to give'us this'notice. the commercial interests Our young State, envelopes '" resistance" 'in this part of the soon subject the Ancient City to the leesilyof

Permit ae t6 Add the expression of our individual of shame mantling my cheeks as I read her : ,_,__ '_'_' and as a consequence its agricultural devel- South coast, pervades some of the hitherto' a new'dress, if its destitution of Government' advertisements

.preferences as to its acceptance.' eminence history in-the and past look-,realize forward her present the' -bright pre' .. The "HepuWlcah" opementVe; shall! hail with,"joy' the "completion most luminous spots in the Stale of Georgia. ,'and pos.eson? of a "contract"with

Rr Yourob'tserv'ts JAS. A. MERIWETIIER, ; respect which the future, opens-up before We made in our number 'of June 19th (or even the.commencement). of Ihe The'Savannah Republican propounded some tbe town of St.Augustine wilt afford it.V't

w. u. IIULU her. ,Should, however, the time ever arrive some',remarks anticipatoryof, .our issue of great railroad which has been for so long a ntmogatories to Col. Jackson, (which the will not take the'points' of its last attack' seriatim

lt JVO. MILLEDGE, when the conditions oi her remaining in the the present date-the first of the, fourth volume time projected across the Peninsula confident" Colonel, with. characteristic politeness, answered -but in answer to the drift of the whole articTeJwhkh -
1p W. T. WOFFORD, ; la an attempt to show that we are
and readyto
confederacy degradation
.. T. W. THOMAS.ATUEXS inequality, of the Republican. As this number that it will/when completed, be connected '
I shall be prepared with her "to resist, with not regarding respectful interrogatories help the adminiitraiioD ta,do a wrong under
: all the means which a favoring Providence will reach many who will have seen our paper by lateral roads with the fertile counties on leading political! topics as impertinence the incentive of gorernment,"pnp"to,tbe'sacra*

:1&? GENTLEMEN hare, Ga.r this June day 24, received 1851. may place at her disposal," even "(as a last for,the first,time,'we jepublish those remarks of the East and Middle, the results which ,*')" and'a prompt reply was ret inCd. fice of duty to our adopted home,we say that th.

: .r4.. your letter of the 18th inst, informing me oi resort) to a disruption of every tie 'which deeming it properfin a legitimate application will be the first great step Florida will have The following is the effect! of his explanations whole is-an emanation of a mind which,floundering
', binds her to the Union," any and for that 'should about fur something to say in a dilemma,rather
t : every we
my nomination by the Convention, of theM patronage; say taken towards'her .real independence. To produced on the editor of the Republican:
which seeks her such
. power to put upon', inclines to steer as wide of the truth as
Constitutional Union of for little for ourself however pos
: : Georgia, some ,
party superrero- these remark the General Government
debasing terms. Nor am I particular by we may Reciprocating to the fullest extent the siblo. '
the Office,of Governor. With full
a appreciation what this resistence be gatory the wide-spread fame for which we add its efforts in of which characterizes Colonel
characterized should
Wr:: of the honor which the Convention name may legitimate opening spirit! courtesy When the Ancient City says we "assumed thv
. -whether secession, volution'or! ; are indebted to the polIte attentions of.our Jackson's communication, we must nevertheless '
any those facilities offensive forced to be charitable
navigation on
%Ii ; I has conferred apon me, f accept the nomination our we are very ,
. and if elected, will endeavor faithfully thing else-for no one can for a moment putative and anonymous '" neighbors" 'may coast which our internal progress would so permitted to'say, that on the and to suppose it callow'csoagb. not to regard a* *
doubt that should this fearful collision main involved in the discussion
. to discharge the duties of the office. ever have rendered !. We never 'want' point we unprovoked charge of Leiny wh lly"inSaeneedia '
The lands ceded the
come, the issue will be decided only by the naturally, require. at are more in the dark in reference to his posi.ion -
.: f The resolutions adopted by.your Convention than half a chance to talk to a gentleman to what we write by government dTerllaCM nftfa
arbitrament of the sword. Where constitutions last session of Congress as swamp and overflowed than ever before. He, inform* us that
I i present.in distinct terms to the people of other words "bribed,"and of "attempting'deliberate
end revolutions convince him, that submission" did desire Southern
issue begin a paper lands should also be placed in sucha ic not a Confederacy '
. the State, an involving the and with
peace But, to my mind, the future presents no ought to,have some shadow of if and that be is not in favor of' disunion or imposition"upon onr readers regard-
of the if not the existence showing, be available **
to' '
country state to our
repose very such ,as to Mr. "Webster, as an "offence. 'WI must conclude -
So far of the
. gloomy forebodings. we have secession on account Adjustment measures. -
. :b .4 the of the Union. No one can overestimate maintained the honor of our State, and at the for no other advantage than to give point to population, as they will probably ,comprise He further tays he would not have that'onr cotemporary thought this perfectly

be importance of the the decision which it is same time preserved the'Union., A firm and some of the dull implements of ''resistance1' drainable lands which might, be',made the had Georgia*to *nullify or resist' iho-e urbane, ,and estimate accordingly his standard

,. it to is only pronounced in a due by estimate people the upon and- unyielding adherance to the principles laid with which, paper bulwarks are assailed, most productive in the State. measures by.force. And .yet,be re-affirms of editorial'courtesy. He cannot' ,show a shadow

S consequences down by our convention, will ensure the preliminary, upriminaryn and preferably tothe that he,*would NOT have submitted1 to them of "impoaition" in what we ,wrote about Jlr,
dependent upon the result, that we can future and of the and The acts of jour General Assembly ,contemplate determined %V b3tcr. AVe not deny Mr. W.made strecg
peace repose country, had not thf Georgia Convention did
look for of the intelligence of that
-'is a judgment worthy onset "crisis"-which jf ever '
.. and of fellow citizens. will enable us, in common with our brethren a a system of ,Common ,Schools in to abide by them? \Ve must confess that u edo anti-slavery protestations Buffalo,and we correctly -
the patriotism exciting our that character of the American Union, to realize all those fact, may finJ the submissionists leading the the State. These we consider, of-first( importance not understand the honorable gentleman's quoted his (we believe sincere) dcelaratiea'
During scenes
? ized the deliberations of the last Congress on blessings which the future has in store for van and the present fuglemen bringing up and shall ,hail',some',efficient 'ac position. He would not'have submitted to of determination to sastsHh the constitutional

the slavery question, the public mind was our country, if we will prove true to the the rear. And in addition,* we should say tion on'this administration'or Compromise! but for the action of the rights of the South. We said udge Mr.Webster
subject bythC'State '
directed with intense anxiety the action of high destiny which "we have been called. we know of nothing to which the with' State, and still be would not nullify or resist by his ads, and not by his word*? -our remarks '
Let then remain firm in the decision party General Assembly with the highest .
national Georgia it! With all respect, we submit that such being not directed to our St. Avgvstine
I1. our Every patriotic she has made and invite whom we act have submitted that is humbling *
by a vacillating counsels if .
gratification. a paradoxical, not contradictory.f
heart in the land felt that the issues of life neighbor. Yet a charge id Tolontered that w*
and death were involved in the final adjust- course, a renewal of sectional strife and jealousies. or humiliating, or, we would submit no [ a' man will' not submit to a measure, be Imposed." Now we would suggest to the editor,

1t rnent bf that angry and exciting contest, longer to-them, but join the ranks of resist SecessionConsolidation.An must resist it in some' way, or expatriate present the paragraph again.to2 his'reader*,

o. which threatening the overthrow the the Returning you, gentlemen in my thanks for ance wherever found.. Upon the great question effort is being made, and will be perseveringly limself.'There is no miille ground between that they may measure the depth of his ssgacify;
flattering which have
manner submission and resistance. however
III noblest structure ever erected by human wisdom been pleased to communicate to me you my nom of the day, following older and wiser continued, to place'those who 'deny Col. Jackson would have Perhaps'resisted, 'by in sifting the moaning of'common Engllih. '
l -the American Union. That result, so the.constitutional of secession the As we fear no charges from this sourtewet
ination the Convention.I heads have measured right in "
by we onr forbearance some other mean than that of "force. If
: and anxiously looked for the
.. ii I of long the States, was at length consummated by people by am, very. respectfully, your ob't serv't, the point has been marked, the 4takeplanted, attitude of Federalists, in, the odious sense so, we doubt nose will inform the' public the"The fouowing position insidious of 'th piece Republican of censorship' is neither s '

their in the of those hOWELL COBB. by the State of The'same ultimatum of tbeterrn,and eonsoltdalionists c who what that means would have been. We are ?
representatives Georgia.
adoption Messrs. Merriwether Huil creditable to itself; nor to the State in which U U
JVlilledge, .
. .. L- bills, familiarly known to the country as the'adjustment" Wofford, and Thomas. has,been adopted by,the Union party of are trying to blot out State demarcations and equally confident that he will explain bow published.V do not suppose'another example
; t g I lie could refuse to submit to measures, and u to be found in Florida of en who would'*pe k.
; "compromise measures. Alabama and Mississippi.' That limit pass abolish State prerogatives, and concentrate still not nullify or resist them. To have declared so contemptuously of oar State as to say tlaTwq
this time discuss those The
: do not at to '
propose Michigan Conspirators, '
kicked out of the Union. Front'tts
in 'central could not be
ed discard all a perverted despotism- the
-it would not be altogether we our submission principles, power Compromise unjust as suggested *
. measurefr appropriate ATROCIOUS TILLAHT.* establishment to this moment we do not remember -
,.t 4p. to tbe occasion; even if I felt impelled The trial of the individuals charged with and hang r banner'on .the outer wall. rule with a tyrant's rod over the American and then to have subniitted to it, would to have ever seen in its columns on* woni in-

' to such a course by the apprehension various atrocities at Detroit and its neighborhood But we might'dilate on this theme to prolix* people. Now almost' every one who has indeed have been submission not craven, support of Southern rights,ono single, patriotic
.. at least worse submission than that charged sentiment, or one single effort to indicate, tnat itconrld
of any doubt existing in the public mind, in was still in progress at our last dates. ity. Our object is merely to tender our'sheeti written against the constitutional right of the Union ,rod that the South had ever receited'siny"insnlta
.: reference to my views on this subject. I The testimony embodies train of facts oi with due diffiJence as to its intellectual' secession have admitted along with their upon party.1'To or oppressions whatever, it baa been th*
1 have alluded to the subject as introductory the most character"and that merits r apologiat, however,of every aggressive act of the,
stapling proves show that of the,selfstyled
i.e to another growing out of those measures a band of wicked men united themselves together to a wider range of patrons, without an denial the'rght'of'revolution,'and laid much a great many administration cabinet or it party,and when

.. which challenges, in an emphaticmanner for invidiousness stress it as a natural a better, a more "Southern Rights'1 men are laboring at a loss to conceive the governing motive of snrb
the most iniquitous purposes Asa as to ,party, feeling confident upon conduct, we refer to Us Government patronage, it
lbs public attention, from recent political sample of the evidence, we invite attention that while we proffer respect'to the opinions tangible and less, metaphysical remedy for under a glorious state of uncertainty! to, has no argument to' reply, it baa no defence'4'
movements in our own aid neighboring to the following: the popularity and tenability'of their'principles make; but dodges the point with an, evasive rijoinder '
of those vital insufferable and in the
opposed to us on the topics oppressions, as case .," .
States. "On or about the 11 th September bad '
- a to relieve others.who be
When, in consequence of the passage of conversation with Fitch, in which he said i if! which engross the press/we shall meet-'with of the Georgia,Unionists, have declared, resistance may existing That wo hare over spokea contemptoonsfylof

,., the 'compromise bills by Congress, the people they did not succeed in.throwing. off' the equal tolerance! of opinion from those in to such encroachments. ''So"that oder a''modest. hesitation to make confessions Florida utterly.falso. We, rem.mber'onon.

of Georgia were summoned to a Convention trains during the State :Fair'at the points whose'liberality we have ventured tu repose. the assertion that they',suggest' no. remedy -and to show to some the condition in occasion the TaHahassee-JTuritfuit icantiBglj

to consider of the course and policy named West of Jackson, Wbitebridgp,' Dry Atthe commencement of a new 'volume! we for the Sooth, but would submitter the purpose which a too readyadiniai'Oiiof the "abstract classed us with those wha "could not be kicked
.. which tbe adoption of those measures required Marsh and at the high,embankment East of: of secession11 out of the Union," anJ by way of retort we playfully ..
them to pursue, we all felt that circumstances Francisco vi lie, they would burn the four depots desire extend the circulation of our paper, of:conniving at consolidation central places them, we append replied ower could ,not be,kicked;oat;
.. : bad devolved State at Detroit Ann and'therefore send to who 'despotism Jills with its'own weakness. the explanation of the Southern Standard
upon ,our Arbor, Jackson and many are not now ,, when necessary we would retire from it m a gentlemanly
responsibility of no ordinary character, but Niles. He said jie wanted to show the people subscribers a copy of the ,number. ?Tbey The claimants of'secession as a.Jegal remedy on some of the oblivious points of the,late manner of our own accord"-or sotati

; .; one which the intelligence and patriotism of of Michigan that the feeling'against the will see'the terms and the tenets. 'We shall pretend to trace it back as an admission Mississippi "Southern Rights" platform : thing to this eCect; This is aH upon which the

M'I The Ler people anxiety peculiarly manifested adapted: in reference her to assume.to the in road killing was not from local.100 to If 150 they could succeed be happy to find those to whom we send assenting coeval with the establishment of the constitution "They choose for the'present to fight on hard'pressed writer has to hang'bb charge* Alto

person during their, own platform, that is, resistance of sitting in judgment what don not, r
; action of that Convention, was.not confined the Fair it would bring the Company to ton continuance. J as'.Bomething implied by that instrument upon ppj
some sort to Compromise. Ought. in columns should be sentence the
; they onr ,we
?,4%. to the limits the of our length own and State breadth It was of felt the terms burn :them.-they And would he, then if this did ,not do it, The' following is from, the RepuUicanol' and which our fathers kept in view in notto, be permitted to do this 1. It would be Annent Crty upon this eridcnco.sorry The omksioo,
throughout proposed to give '
June 19th : the establishment 'of:several of the State time enough to mark out their of resist' .
b plan
g Union, and was second in intensity only. me or any body,else $1000.for burning these of:the letters of patriotic Southern ,men, indk*
the solicitude.which bad previously been exhibited four depots, or $250 for either.of them ; he constitutions.-- 'This making-'it a constitutional ance after they bad established themselves as ting'a paramount lore of the,Union over 1f'othei

t.f about the adoption of the measures, said bethought I would be a good person to Oar leading object since the establishment right is what we'deny. That it exists the dominant party of their States., 'Tore- considerations as scarce in itsculnmn as hen's
them in
:.:' which bad caused its assemblage. The questions do it, as I had, frequent business overthcroad. of the paper has been to sustain the Whiz otherwise merely' to say that"an ,alternative and quire now, their to-state, uncertainty teeth; and the supply? of th ',hiatus,by cOpious
. which that Convention was tailed ." possible minority expose themselves extracts from the Charleston Mercury ,andsuch.sheets ,
upon in
East Florida and thus ribute
party *
con mode ot-.revolution, by another. isadmissable. to divisiononthe, of
; nature the
1 ; to consider, were discuss*d. by the public It will, be seen from, the foregoing, that : remedy, 13 warrants us in saving that the Attaint City
our mite to maintain its ascendency th >ugh- .. If, driven to theext'reine ,of the most, certain .course we could'possibly
.4 press-by our public sp akers-inpri- the parlies implicated, proposed to kill from devise id a disunion print and nothing else. Yet whfle"
4 vate conversation-indeed in every mode one hundred to'one hundred and fifty per out the Union-believing that in gene althe i resistance, we are sore our own predilections Then 4okepthcm in:a minority. forever. it accuses us of "evasion" it is careful tor erada

f known to the political canvass,with unusual eons, 'for,the'puipose' of bringing the Rail policy of that party has been most con ucfve wbnld. induce.. as to'adopt.'the'rnode. which" first confirm we ought a. majority to let them alone.favor of Let the them abstract the question we fonnded'oa the.annnisa ofther
it warmth and marked ability. It certainly road Company to terras! They also' .pro tu the national,prosperity, characte'rid. would'' 'be' -'least'sanguinary' and-' destructive" -' right of secession ;, let them break Savannah Republican, whether the AdrtCity

!k ii oo reflection upon any previous'political posed to destroy by fire, four depots This stability. We know that measures with down the old is for secession in'tho wake? *f South.'CaruEaatWe
and sbould"iberetore'prefe walls and
IL struggle in onr State to ay that,on no former slated in a work>of -romance, would be denouuced ; anattemptatpeaceful : effectually party treat
M ir occasion, was there more talent,*learning, 'as absurd and preposterous in almost which .the Whigs have in past :time been revolution.vif sucb. a thing were in the meantime let us prepare and-:keep would aa'answer" thit'4ust1oaoWwith
r 1fl research and patriotism brought into'requisition any age or'any country. Another'witness prominently identified are",'for thejpreJent in within the ranof possibility. "As it would resistance'prepared, and, It the time will' come lot effectual lbs respect due to the of i-M: *or

, ktA'. ,than by the various respective friends and adTocatcs in- last" testified,'that on the.,20th pf,,Augus abeyance, and .by some considered obsolete, be rather'a novel attempt"i itmtglii'well be next year, but may it will not come come in next good month time.or "elorercapacity ever much these qualities may ourebtmnporarysiftw be "detracted'froar*
C4 tbe be
of policies indicated id connexotwith5everalothers
in.view of the"more vital and pondeit us issues ? ) The farmei. not know in ( '
the course of the canvass. The representatives moved the, track at Michigan 'Centre, and 'designated a u yenamC-and. :.secession may dry weather by attempts o malign us.'
selected ui.der these circumstances thus The train ran e'off. Oa another occasion, which are dividing political ranks,'both might be as acceptable as any "other. Oar when it will nun, and his hope may-long be If these! advertisements of th,&'government con*

A:; sembled in Convention ; a body of asjrjss two 'oi the parties laid,a, 'ctickj; fe1vejeej Iforth and South* In 'the North wet find object is nieTely to"show that as" there areOne'hO"di'y deferred.' Yet he:still prepares for the rain. Unue toTgivo our neighbor the.vertigo,we' w4u4
.* 1! : and patriotic men as tever before convened long, a foot wide and'seven or eight inches men arrayed against the Constitution, and ,' rtb''rightofre'sista ee1 in the end.us likewise" and all- 'i\will\ . the Union. ) probably a'cnn will be eftectedJf only through Ptoperatioaotiyrn"pathj.
4 ifls.ny-Statein They came fresh thick, across the track over a culvel&and
- F from the people, fully entrusted with theif the train was thus injured and; detained. At laws, as,, things ,subordinate 'to,tbair own one form or 'another, the, cry- .consolida-- 'COUNQOVT. dYtheij'theJO I

111i} :. wishes,and empowered to speak authoratively anotber.time, a piece'of iron was placed on presumptuous,'criteria of right and .WKS-. linn and federalism is a. mere bugbear- 'The' "Marin Star ,4' advertisements to which 'we*are'justly entitled. I

r them; and in the name of their constituencies theraiIf the ,switch, witb/the object, of These 'are they who set conscience; ve Very'few of the 'legal''secessionists van 'heco'mmitfed (of Ocala)"comes out and which no more compromise oar ladependeno'

9 they placed 'upon' the records of throwing ,the. train off. On several.occasions law, .and with'them ''are fouM :coalescing ecommendings its properly in advocating the right of a State ,than would 'mp"1to the hgiC.rblmz"ethe *
oar State the enlightened judgment, of an the, cars containing'passengers were practice a to'secede;" and its opinions receive added "City'gtKf," *nottikely? to throw a fortune"into
honest and patriotic people. It is unnecessary stoned, and witness'waslhreatened with"death political-traders, aud.in effect 'traitors, who the present' timbut'they; too are willing credit for the candor with which) "it declares our handWesoi just*ietyJwitdottan O'for -
fofjpe here'to 'speak'of' the action' o't the'CMrebUoa if be should expose these diabolical have dissolved connection:with, the Old partiesTfbr to "wait a little." And as alsoibieproaclj. tfO'whole lart
In.'detail. It is bf too* recent movements. We trust,that' toe.guilty parties the gambTing chahc of idislfcmorabta "ed i' Sr"aubmissipnifits'Mookito.-**.< ** whether or not it proposes, for acUthat have ; tTae'lawiTerjU ftw
,contingency session of tonjress Jncluding IBrtalfctTyAlltholanJiale's'adverUiing
occutrtnce, and therefore, too familiar to the will be convicted and' adequately passed, to unite inthe_ secession,movement
'p. pun preferment the fanatical 'herd "and Hh
; in-which they' would be"called "on ;toresisf all 'proposals
people, to require a recital of it. Not only ished., Such deliberate efforts to accomplish advocated in la
i' article
,; 4 1 / will:;it be remembered what was.the action who! esale murder, are calculated to thrill the These combined from a partyagainstwhich ,they are not behind their,opponents in' zeal,' some-quarters. are Aflercd on the editions itipulaleA ny'the i&parUpent

.$ se1 of the Conrention, but it should likewise be mindjnritn horror.:, a great' national party in the North is op hOwever they mar take the lead of"them 'in' oa the'subject i if says; ,which are lnnitidand from'what vs eaflf

I borne :In mind that it met the approving t posed The Nationalt;are engaged in the :' -"Now there are many 'men who contend learn of]worbitant priWaflowod to tM .F aiU

.' voice of the people throughout the State. ', Florida Claim*., ": vrorlc of the Laws ".'f _j forlbe'rfght -secession,who'are as much print*utHierVth Polka minlstraUont would inai*
The universal sentiment :of approval We'learri frbm' the Xetw3fork Journal of maintaining honoring(He : opposed,to,the'exercise of that right for"past ao astoniahinj contrast the toor*of economyIVt -
which greeted the representatives nppn their Commerce thatthelU, S.1 Attorney:'General's Constitution-not only 4hai their'..owncommon'obligations "Weexpecta'conUfluan6eof the fa grievances,'as'the most ultra consoIidationisU harftno hostility to th Ancient City

: return: &their respective constituencies, was opinion on; the subject of,the, Florida treaty may ba acquitted-but that yore of'the letters pf'our distant correspondents can be.; .CIaimingfthet right,'does 'not imply 9r motto wlk and letUw thlnk and tot ite**,

, rendered tbe more, striking and .remarkable cfaimspwas finally,rendered to'the'President justice'm&yb&doneJlQthe;South; This;party -' ; 'wh hwilL lend an'additional Interest the,necessity for its instant ,exercise rnors: Still we.dfltino* objecl'to ,auf ..thought Uiaj

,.. ; by the feeble and occasional jnulterings, of The claimants,are, 'by,,this opinion*'which feqUire.o'znten.nk/and a Helping hand to or 'coumnns.hej* prbinptl/ appear sensible randsuch men as disunion-' scanned n4 critie 9cd< U'7ra" eonteak' tolet
the President "of ietsordrsorganizers. We"do
the few rejuleas and disc'onfented spirits who .and members the Cabinet 'J from time time not here "iWtend'to tb4scieiitCitj be the JJnote Toby-3f. ca4
p ,withheld,Ibeir sanction. -Who supposed'at will abide by, remitted to'Congress for fur? 1K T1IZSOt1TU *ban4. to .say that it Wonld.be''wise'for a', single &ben17fwtth7tthL i 5fII

;:c ) that time that there would hare been, array* ther legislation to carry puttb; ,,proysiousol'the ed against them, if they findno>Paid andeom.* ablish State tow secede," We da not pretend -tosaythatLbeaCtiouof niWwhilft display the medfoer estimate lawkiek tt boMsuy,1.T'iftt1o.s"aoce

: '.. ed in *. lew months) political organization treaty of 181 9.-' ,._ fort"ramong'Southern men hd pillar'of flreW 5a full ist 'of vthe.late-Congress!vraaoo ; r,USi*tS
I. ia ths State, based upon a "repudiation of 'The opinion jetrongly sets forth ,the obligations Oie lJu .i Al and County oflicers, Vorf which we .are wdehled ; aggressive as to''justify such.a remedy'asscce 'ul Wea1g bars Imle
; this wUe,just and enlightened judgment cj ;:of: the Government to"pay' ;for, the hopeV to the Secretary of State atTallahas, !sionV* UIe 'lsosot ti7 ** .
but nformkry
instead -
ade >
J. r. donVlo e unraerian; glooW tatedanotb Ii t, b Ito, s
t' our
the people : injuries indiyidoarproperty *
seefwho itlifoar *
)f .lltbt people ol? Georgia, art prepared to troops -who had ruthlessly laid waste'whole secession and revolution -their sacred ease preared""'_ _?_ __ U____ .JlXVegret to lemr&thatthe Wrwner>Tesl' the adVloe oToar netthboreuHod-. nrie* fwe

: reverse a decision so recently and. solemnly! plantations,burnt houses,',:destroyed crop' is lost ani the charm of theirlofty; 'purpose;' Tfl&'FOu&fl TJULYdiiflOtpis' fl1 re Je'ot Qf4olH; MetnlosiCni $4'k-'

. madtyafd madly to rash the ship of tate and produced: a,general famine,amdog the, and of'the*watchword bf Union,Is"brok enVTbiis '; : gustlne;j a'been:Aredi Tfc tjTCov Q
: .iato &fiulf of disunion Ja obedience to tbeBui inhabitahts.'llt also considers that the award itbOUtlflaflhfe5tatDijOtrecurrcnceto"the; offers reward of anani*wary eaou ft i* tabs'&* &IOI3
a for
Northern which ,$5CKX "the detection
;% .1.t isf as bfa neighboring., Slate, their if isiaai made; ;$ Florida, territoriarc6art ,"fpriajerest Uxthe, party to; we ac-' patrioUc event 3tcommeiorates. thttei&t: ; w r ol, tfiiithupnrterreitna: If !a1ionu1'ro

feet that lam not the man to/select for $ ,upon'the ascerwined;value'of prop., 'cordo:. '- ,'-'ibirtfelt'w'i'cIt4caorto-": :qodspeedaadihhwhich arraDged: celebra 6n\' hat afte .a lew basIness 4i Jf '''* -.. ,_"i"Aieaiocrntc _._-" *&* ,?& ,&v '${j,, Wk be mSetp ItI1U43

t Ibwr ChUf.Magistrate. For,while I confjiic efdestrojredfromnthotrne'o1&ts; destruc.iJ ,,, nalnta1r1&jaleruaI* .,, hbuTs inftfc8ynornlnf'ou town<,IS- : ( Suite What mie*Ihavt1.ct.4AthIIr'w$
'' ''
;JhiiT'iJh"cau of complaint a 41U1 the date of :ihei'dec"revare'; ]jusl and and 'to-> .ophouL-which'i"1 '-. i'poni : ''t'"U.. tishiit1t';

4' 2Mt'tthelKnb forth r, conduct ui the ought loWj&iij'jftuMt hold*',0af the!GOT'ernmenvlias shall $ 5 .,t T -, !. *r i ;,(* ssfTv Sfc'.Vi *J>n-uf-> Ot or )'duqiu

.. pi
;. su v andor,{ --declare, 'lhato acts, J o.'p"ay"theuucbKem$to*b4IeeI: ) amijtstrati guns Vere firedand 1be0dayf was closed bya iB Dj racus on juevtviq >* ..,.

'( I the,'opini6uof eferjr preBeaingSecret9ryjt ( >lfea ttanVellaiteode ecarsK) onth'e ( the* .' Purpose'Qtninjnaing. ,caniaatefor. AMioS1isLi.W
p uii a goyernmeatforrnedan4 the eubject'4 :: 4'r > arM Tin ore\tt ;iMr Ayebfefjn ,te ,-.' 'fl betirI1ilp
; dunot&L'cOmpeet$ 1twas"propoaedsome: me.goJyhe rs -.T >* : claimants Mntfefrnla'W6rthyto be pi nbedtbkregivoacoFdza ,A-germ anat to the a a e. people"oiQWo *. 1fl4thaP %
,that the""iase e hoiild,referred tondjqdicatiohj
r M&g aitttefsare ; jorn3I decinei 40latel on$resIth.e!ar vf sw ;..** (***
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'aCunvenioaelect4fo pity-aid': thisrn w
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President Fi ucoft's baa i Wen o recent HHttlBSKT Or TIZJ -
to DId F&H Not1o*, Portamoolb, UNITZD1LTZL4h -SrRQWft
Jucbinma, )'reJekkbflib4! Iteintenoeplacet C.yernor;THOMAS BROWtf ::*?: *rV h extensive assortment.ef $ : S 5

in VupBTsu. The impfe ioaaepdrtoent Secretary.State,CH AKLES 't 1 3aXa4'Attorney 5"1TNrr5EDATha EL _ntvrxsAT15&t.5i..
d2& General JJA VII) P, and left Cemptnlller.JOHN 8 J;' : ** t443 fr sxt. b I=s Lare-sa rftsMe. at .
appearance upon BEAHD. : ?'??* *' T i
b Treasurer, WILLIAM IL'.HAY iVAKlX .. 4lte KKOWJJ TfllT MTBl uUA: WLtii theUw Merid.: ,Y.huae IX,' .oa :
Beaters! of all parties,is.describeJ as bWjr Kegist State Lands,DAVID S.IWA.-KER; *ufir day at f the5CoegrvtsOf-thi 75

,mtlfnng.; TOe'PresMent was accompanied ClErk 3uprciae VOIIr UBT. 7I1AY WA1UX' ;flcZslX TUSTA1nOy.AaultAj7 i : : ; -, ssasssss&K ,aS;, *
Cream n.rtety.(Mnflnc
fr the Hon. Alex. H. H. Stewart, Secretary 3UD1CiA : : -r S :nizonsS ea Chsnzeble Linen 'STyl

Intenor and lady; CapL Povrell 'and Cvurt Judge*; ,5SI ,BcDUmbAIIU at: L.rZ,Id8 tote a -t-
el the At ih Land Office at B ATES Vf LLEJ eonv i at -
: : : JZezideace.
Lieu Scott, of the Nary, and .their ladies; Iloa.-Walker- AndersonTciw Justice) Pensacoia inencing Monday; the first dafof. Sep* 1* assortment of GnxMiries-, 5 ,- hdezl5t.c- S S S

Mn. N. K. Hall, the lily vf tie Postmaster lion. A.U..Semmes 1 Associate I Apalach' tembernwtU ;th. disposaT of public Jandssjtttated : ,* Clt,-:Fult* Cttreti; aMarket flaw m,52zd4rgI.tneluding t'S

Honf D.- Jenifer, Hen.J .A.Thompson | i.Taltas'e, 'witbiii, jHe'.Bndermentioned townships ,SmokelBeefr Mst Congress,>reraredjjd ,' aa Orf S.
General; Miss Jagello; Circuit Judgei:- and; fractional townships, viz V tate ,'-Cod' FLthII Senate,and to bo mtblifh.ii aptwaljy to a lwolvCcthatbAjorablaWyc S

nJ Mn 0. Sargent; Esq., \Ya5hlngton.. Western Hon. Geo S.Hawkins JApaiach. NorA Alfred' ,-Figs & KojalS vo. ",$ -
Middle J'Waylee Baker JTeTnaVe : oJtKeikueJtriwrt: iea *t *ijifijth : ? '-Apples, TU Index wfll rcfcritwder opioa W .
Count ViWanuera;! the Intendenle of Eastern; I Thomas* Uougla >1 Jacks'vlle S principal :rsnrtdiaa v D. ; l .Loaf f 1 each 1avnd eeryoine and & at an4Iaua0'S

Yort ia the Southern Jos. B. Lancaster J K. West Township.two, of range ifiVee5, mit. : So4a.Q-' S resolve,pablio or pnvaU,which has been puie& :;
New 'P
Cuba, has arrived at James M. Landrum,Sol'r W. Cir. Ucheanna Township t rot>f:ranee four .- oradopted cmder to* FederICojtIuIioni.t -: '-
bis to Samuel B. Stephens, Sol'r M. Cir ,' the reader may see at a gtnce the whola avea -
Spaaieh eteamer .Pizarn,, on way Quincy ; Fractional township fourteen, north of S nythng1eiuleet-S '
P. Sandenon. SolV E. Cir. of Cetleryi Cw- -
Spain. An article In the Journal of Com- Qssian B. Ilast, lo1'r 8. Ci., Jacks'ville Jw.West. White Hver, of range meV *- "" --'-, jkooms-; Jusf pa1isf ThelaI Of.) Civil /xN tV if-l S S

that this officer is one cl JNTprti' of'the base line. and tast the 'MiK ; & : Natwra- ( ..er,translated iate Englib by Wm.-
men* informs us of Ii. M. > for sale the-lowest Mrshan,LL.D.fttdYoeEt.to Doet *'CoisMnaJ
Vthe Government of Cuba COONTrpFFlCERS; *_? principal meribanTonsbp.1fteen 'f- '' fred .xMOaRJ3 K1W., Edited,frtmthe second London Edition: by Howl;.? 5

great importance looks [[First name Judge Probate; second name Clerk / of range two. '[. South : :: & & | Lc-ruuz 3. Ctiuya, late-cofsjaJ.; l > S
as it i iP to him that the -of Cfc Court; third name Sheriff; fourth name Fractional townships eleven and twelvev : 351.. t theCoQrtef Common -Pleat; now ,LectojrtB-e CSCirilandParliavienfeqrLa S S
the meansswhen wanted for ordinary whenever it occurs, as in GadJdcn. $0.) Tax -ofrange S ;It is -S la Harvard Vafrer.:
for A5suo!and Collector.J six. and -S1t5y-a.lJa2yol4C. Royal Svo. ". -"*KAmong -S
CiItCo ri
,nd extra occasion Count Tillanueva 'JFestiimCircvSti At the Land Office at CHA\U AGJSTOLE, PJorlda.i S. the writers on the Roman Law-whose .

office it is*aiO, contrary to the urgent .. -- commencing OB Mondayvtbe fifteenth dayof some 1rLtsre kit known to J2tvgliAand American, -
quits ciiif. QffiCWLPt Qffin. a chAncery,-,
lawyers'aad which bare
who probably Eccambia Charles"Evans Penaacoli Sephmber next, forthe: disposal of the pubJiclands space V -, Tafia- -
Ministry ;
wishes of the Spanish within from Once upon our.-Jarlsprad -4 LEDeLarn& .44 the,)rodermentk>neil townships J 'EH far Divorce.- work
until hear- that ,entitled,7V CttHLuu m its Xatmd Or.' S
wilfnol name a successor 4< Antoine J. Collins* 4 t"Maton to wit ; this ofthis. Court tfrr,". ays7o< Story (Pre&ee to?Bail wU.V. -

rites in Spain in hopes of indncing him to S&t 4'* Rosa John. S.Amos Chain"C. Sovthbf the'late' Iraetmd west of the.fifijt..principal cx Andrews resides **conndrri>g tbe age. and' tbe-.cirttumsUAea .ist*" S'
Stat of Florida to wit wbkbiLwsst.nisatrslyvr.n4arfulpszt'u, -
order, : -
The reasons he assigns for retiring; '4 Isaiah Cobb Jr.* ineriiKari., -' 5-
retara. them. : : ra KCC. His method is excellent. and his matter'< S
sic bis age (seventy-five years) and his Walton'I Daniel McLeoi ,UcheannaSuprcme S Townships eleven and fourteen, of range ; M.Baker,Solicitor far clearexactand tOBprsbonKive.** '
in- Angus D. McKinnonAVm. seventeen. "' that the said Defen I The object of the author,ia this learned pro- -
wife's declining. health: but the Journal 44 ,: H.McCollum* 'I Town hips eleven;of eighteen..At S ? f,; or-demur, to the -said duction,was to disembarrass those of the pvinciplea -.

tiiMtes l4Ul e paired of being able tomeet Holmes Owen Williams Cerro Gordo the'Land range the or the same will bo ta-[ and provisions of the Roman law,which are- S
'I Office at HELEN A f '
Martin rirett cammenc- '. of general interest sad application;from the lett!;.
the incessant demands of the mother 4 Ethelred Hewitt* ** lag on":Monday, the eighteenth day"of' Aagnst that? a oopy of this uicufltie. of the system,and,by presenting titffl *

and the increased expenses of the Washington Washington Tabor Orange Hill next, for-,the disposal of public lands -t 'in'sotae pnbUo In a Mt".I 5iI s lette etimd.tO reudorihe'
atntry, -
James military in Cuba, without such an increase '4 Levi F.Miller* of townships r rid and agreeable; and. thongn the work WM., -
would be insupportable. '4 Fred'k R. Pittman Marianna' parts townshisps, viz.; r. ignejTUU. ) particuLarly inteodedfor adapted the French
of Taxes as Jackson S.C Bellamy ,4, North of-tlif. lose line and east'-of the fijlh DOUGLAS. jurisprudence of the age, it is not lou applicably

I' Samuel Stephens principal meridian 'Judge tie., ts" t*every system of hew.of which the Roman ee4*:
The "SouTHsaN STANDARD" is the name a Calvin Stephens Sections? to be a true Copy of the is either a part,or ia which U it reeognize4 asa

of a new paper started in Charleston for Calhoun William B. Wynn Blountstowa tbirteentwenty.three, twenty- ; Ia the abort stated biidy ef .written reason. Beadc the geaeral.
4' William Clark 44Qviacy four and twenty.liveeast of the St.. rani hahll and thC claims which fbe werk thus poneiee t.UM alt-'
the purpose of opposing the immediate or 1 Elias Branch), ** cia river, In township three, range four.Townshfp Court my this 27th day of lion of the Aracrieaa lawyer tieiaat has a peea -

separate secession of the State of South Franklin Arcb'd T.Bcenett Ajalachieo1 nine,of range seven. & ak. C. C.atA liar interest idtboie at the t3Iet.. whose legal
44 SamlW. Spencer institutions are derived ia part from Jbose of
Carolina. It is a handsome sheet, and the f- Benjamin Lucas* ? South, of the base line .and west of the Jifthprtntipal O IN I 3cT France or Spain, and are thus Uranded ia the Rouan -

firet R'ber gives evidence of editorial abilitrofahifhorder. > Middle Circuit.Gadsde meridian."Township Circuit C ufl. law. _' 5 ;
-The have
S reasons indue >l a belkfea the paft
r *- Jas. U.Gilchrwt foar anJ part of. an.jsland.in ,Florida. of the ycUUihf*thai a wider e '4 Robt C Lester '44' sections thirty-two thirty-three, in township 1 In Ckmearj celebrated work would bs acceptable ty the pro- .

SLAVE CASE. Samuel B. Lore S thirteen, of range one V feionaod have ledtnemto eogige Sa'arepaMi.of .- S
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A alare wooaaa, Sophia, the property .f Mr. Leon James Hugh O.E Broome McLean TaQahasseeNewport At' the Land Office at, LITTLE ROCK, From > :Bill far Diverce. cation :-the" EnglIsh" tranilatiea' it-:byDrtrabaxi --'-*

I*. S.Burritt, accompanied the lady of Mr. IL., 4' Oscar A. Myers commencing .on" Monday, the first day of S : & at the Court : "

who left thi? place on a tour to the West and f1(1 Alfred A. Fisher September next, for the disposal of the pub fi. the of defendant the State in of the Florida above FROM Hox. JUDGE EUSTIS CHIEF JUSTICE *

letter states that Daniel MeRaney lic lands in the following named tracts oa Q3? OF Tim STATE OF LOUISIANA.. SS
North some weeks since. Mate WakuHaFcfferoa John G. Park of this Court, "There r ?

on arriving witk her mistress at Niagara, she '4 Win. W.Mound and near Cypress lake, viz: -Fur- Hart, Esq.,Solicitor for ]3acioAuy, OCT. If. I&J'S
Abijah 1111Wm. '4 North the base line Ordered;That said defen -GE.TrtEuEf: I. hare examined tbe slteetr of
the Canada side and of anI vest the
found means to cross over to of fifth the
41 .U. Durden the bill,of complaint traoalatioa ef tbe admirable work of Domat
after a short experience of the "beginning" of Thomas J. Chace Monti cello prinppal meridian. within four months, -or on the Civil Law, which yon hare bcen-kit '
".re*** life, eent information that she hollered Craven G. Fife The South half of section eight, the south For confessed against her, enough to send me. You will have rendered

she would'nt continne further on the jonrney,but '4 James R. Tucker balf of ten, fractional sections fourteen and a copy of this order, great smite to the science of law by the pubUetioa. *-
'I Jfihn Wooten '4 atteen the north half ply on of this Court be pnb- The form of the. EogfaaeJitio* etran&latioa
gf the
would stay where she was. The difficulties, if not Madiaon Alex'a McDonald CtourtheaseJasper seventeen east Agents. printed within the L'as- *was too Urge antf ia cnr meut-T. diu
fa pos iVditi i,ef key attempt to repoases her '. Saml. IL Sessions half of twenty-one,. twenty-two, toe- north once a week consecutively scarcity and high price preventtd its "generalme

to fcer will,, induced the conclusion to 'S Thos. M. Anderson* half and southwest quarter ci twenty-three, & mouths. ia this country. Tbe present publication
contrary Hamilton H. J. Stewart the-northwest quarter 6i twenty-six,and the T ,Judge, &c.: from its form;its style of execution,and moderate S
let her remain far further experience in her new 4< RobrtLlvey 4 west -half of the northeast of twentyseven I Clerk of said Court do prica, I think cannot fail ia raaaUDjcr liog ju,-
rphere. From what we know of the condition! of 4' Wm.1.3. Duncan above is a true from The translation bj 3lrStrahan has been tested;
in township three, of ..range'fourteen. copy- it is iu the main correct but wQl be
oadcrUtf >
the woman under her owner's control, that experience I of an order made oa the
Eastern Cirfu.it.Geo. D.1S3L revision of the editor,Jodge cizzbia .' SIn
win he apt to prompt an appeal for her Coumbi S.Herbert Alligator Lands appropriated by law for the .use of searching for a aolation of the apparently
1 hereunto set
eomtbiis other old '4 S. 4 my new out of the low
mtorationto the ease *od Scarborough schools and questions arising var relatiotu
4 4 41 military other purposes, togclh' the seal of said Court.
A. J.T Wright which our advance ia civilization ia ereaUnc and
tome hot if the led of roses prepared l> her < ;
; y with '-those and overflowed Y.GASSIE. Clerk &o.
er ,
AlaehuaDural ,Chas.F. Fitchet.Saml NewnansvilleJacksonville swamp HAS in judging of those reforms the.Uw jsrlucii are
mbolition counsellors chonld suddenly derelope 4' W. Burnett 4 made unfit"thereby for cultivation ," if any, 4m in differof theentia rogresAl parts United tates,

the thorns of want and work, she ought to hare 4' Chas L. Wflaont a- which shall selected bribe state authorities tiieVaIueoftlieeivillawwill.be appreciated,

the privilege of a long repose. This is another Felix Livingston before the days appointed for..the com OS ;; & PLASTES- it comes to lx>auder to.J. It-cannot,be Aether*
; -
44 Isidore V. Garnie wise with a.system of written reasons which for
& ;
Instance of the tampering of that crew who seem mencement of the public sales respectively
44tl John G. Smith Carey's Ferry S centuries governed the most wonderful sodaFeganizatioa *-
bent on increaaDg the irritation already fostered Uriah Bowden MandarinN&ssa under the acl, entitle J"an act to enable the A takes this method of that the wend lisA ever witnessed; and

fcy sotllar aet4,and .'hkla pal y the well-meant Jas. T. O'N il St. Mary's,Ga. state p r Arkansas ,and other states toy reclaim .t that he U ready to do which u the real basis of the jurisprudence of.
44ft C. C. Bessent Woodstock Mills : 1'tasteringtnece Work, continental Europe, and of a large port km of that
the lauds' within their limits" come 4.
It shews also
attempts to allay it our people A.J. Braddock M 'swamp ly bay plairs and drawings, England aad tbe Ucited State*. "y v.V *
who wish the attendance of tktcr .wa scrr- St.John's Gad Humphreys St.Angustine approved Septe'nber2Sth, 185Q, will be ex- ever for whom ho U engaged It would be quite useless for toe to speak,of.U*.
ants, should choose Southern over Northern sum 4' Peter B. Dumas cudedfromthe s.z1es. And no-locations for 'iun -extra-charge. lie is merit*of the great work which your euterprije is
a Raphael B.Canova land bounties heretofore granted by Uw of Jacksonville as "a about to give to the American publicFrom the-;
the of if vthcr. any -
jntr r-f oKi,4D score tiprntt no 5- work ho has performed civil
Putnam Jesse A. Bnuflt. iFalatka of Congress, for military serrice* rendered isolated posiUonwhicli the law has been pexvmitted
44Oraage place he refers to as an to in Eegland,few of the staadaz !
Juseph W. Fitch occupy *
whig Kawluatloiis In Pennsylranla. to the United Slates, v'df be lifleations.-
permitted oa
a Robert T. Boyd 4 any .5. works coneonung",it b vo been traaslaled into
lie Vh's of Pennsylvania have held William Campbell Enterprise of the abate mentioned lands, as'provide.!"by ,inn : for ornamental plastcr-- English, and thin want has not bern'snCTpEed 1 T

their State Convention at Lancaster to nominate 44 Henry A. Crane lleUotmUe the act, entitled, A-an act making appropriations -JOHN IVE11S. the original English treatises,on.that.subJeetC 1-

candidates for the offices of Governor 44 JohnSimpien' '- for the civil and ;diplomatic expenses 1nthC would say he has much have no doubt'that Louisiana iaTexas
and Canal Commissioner and also for five St. Lucie Geo. S. Hemani New myrna of &c 3J Alarch Sugar Batteries, and so California,and in life new Territories of the UeJ-
44MarTen C. L. Brayton* government, apuroved. : confident that he can give ted States,as well as ia Lower Canada."there will
Judges of the Supreme Court of the State. Wm M M'Gahagin Ocala .I84.L. ,. 5-, SS ; .: Charges oodcrate. boa ready demand for your paWicatido. The'profession
Hon. John H. Evring of Washington county. 44 Robert Bullock 4HiUfboro' The offering of the above mentioned !lands 5'S rJ.-L.; throughout the Union will readily lead

was called upon to preside over the Conven '4 Edmundbllowse will be commenced on the.days appointed, fB [ 29, 185l- If their favor to Ae uhdcrtakQgrasa'l'Trttsr tostr
4 enterprising house will find 'haterest-lo .
5. E. Helvenston M. your
tion. in which there was a full attendance of Levy Harvey FlemmingtonSimeon Waecassassa and will proceed in the order Avbich they above; publishing frora time to time,la EagBal.-

Delegates.In 'S .Sheriff are advertisedwith all convenient dispatch- to guagesueL; other standard works 04 sffik tea the .
the afternoon of the first day the Hon.Win. 4' 6. WattersoaTx,Ft.F'cg Until the whcle shall have been oSsreil and case. : bails of a eivji Jaw library. v >{ -

F, fvrfuwou, Ihe present Governor, was Southern Circuit. the ales tbiw closed; but no sale shall be S -S OF.JOHN-JACKSONVILLE S ItTJTE .. obedient I remain aerrant, gentlemen, ,- yeresfgflY GOtftLU9L9-, your

iqr acclamation nominated for re-elertion to Simon Tnrman .. Tampa kept open longer than two weeks, and 'no yS.rs his serrMe*i. the Mant.Lirz.u a Bnown: S
that station, the duties of which he has so 'S Martin'CanningbamBenj. 44. private entry of any of the lan.1iIl be admitted together with,his:vessel, --

ably and efficiently discharged since his1 installation '4 J. Hagler 44 until alter the expiratiou of the two carry frei ht'or passoo- FK011 S ALFHED HENNEN, ESQ.; FTH S

intnoce.Subsequently lernande 4< PerryG.Wa11 AugustaKey 4 weeks. .-f along the!?t.John's and NEW ORLEANS BAR.Jfessrs. .. SS
M. C. Peterson S -S ; :
John Slrohm. of Lancaster,- 44 Nathaniel M.Moody* 4 Given under fty hand at !tha ,City ;of S followint' Augustine{.Iseea,,If;Sa-re S Brax,Sept. 6LSSO,

received the nomination for :Canal Commissioner VIonroeDade. Benjamin Sawyer West Washington, tbis siiih day\of May,Anno --_, ,oa reasonable terms as .LrrrLE t BEOWS; : -
and the following gentlemen were .4 James M. BracewcUKobt. 441ST Domini, one thousand eight: hundred and 4 a i Gentlemen-I am much jfeaseA to teaMthai-
Clarke to the you are engaged publishing a reyiaejl ediUiM*
nominated for the Supreme Court William ; JOHN THOMPSON-
: 4' John Boyle fiftyrone. of 1 5 of Strahan translation of Do3iiyo3i Civn.la'W'i.
jUeredith, Richard Coulter, Joshua W. Cotnly Wm. II. HiHiard S MILLARDFJLLMPRE.; tf.- No work ia the English language 9ni.b. same

,George Chambers, and William Jessap..LATER '4 5 Charles W.Lee By the President; subject,U to be compared with it,t>r tb'e fuQaesa'

i Sheriff J B.rrryzargri,. a good OFF) and correctness. of- -the- doctrine conveyed S throughontit. J&--*

PROD EUROPE. And ex oci. 'rsi5Aezsot and Collector. Commissioner of the General Land Office. From the time of iUpubltcatiov- the present .

---- -- :___ ___ __ A it has received the approbrtioa 9' the.inert
AItItJYiio2: TilE ; Inform the learned mea and lawyer i n every conn W,' and
rate very deservedly The compiler of tie CuJ Napolwrn -;
AND AFRICA. and the vicinity
t OceJe.cksonviUe Fla.June SOtb 1351.
WANTS. their-
: drew copioqsly frem it for> -woravrNapoleon
ia a large:stock:>ef. Fall
-. -. Advance Cotton.KXCtTEWENTIN Andrews,Cornelia A Jones--I, Catherine> Every person entitled to the right:of pre S be will dispose ef bin himself studied it most earrfuUf ia eariy *-

Armetage, RobtAthley. Johnes, Hybrey emption to any/oi ihe lands within the )Ths of dry .ood at reduced ness'and life, which wisdom may of account/or Lisobjervatioaaaivl the sla lmnr.acut deciaotu.*
FRANCE-MEELEE IXTUK Cornelius and of above wit: of Plain and E a-- '
Jordoa, Jane JK townships parts townships enumerated daring th541ccusainneontik3 adoption of his code,
forty .
'ASSEJiBLfY- -TROUULE ANTldifATED. B is required to establish .theaathetosatisfactioaof Lawns Calicoes, Chambrase Cam- Domat sh udaad 1 hope will be," found'La-the
Barber Boothe,, Jehu I H King KingEliza. Bcnja A the Register and Receiver.of and ; Muslins: Niedle library efenr- Amerieaa" Uwyer, ?,*-.- .;- -r-tr
Your obcdicut servant
,July 2,1351. Bairden.JasABaszcll the proper Land Officer and making payment nine :IldV&r Collars, ; S S ;

The Amtrtcan rteamihiji UCKXAXX, and CritisiifieasasUi Ayres U therefor, as soon profitable after tze- terms -- ?, S S

razc*,Late loth arrWei' New Barrer/ ing this notice, and before the day appointed ,Ribbon Haad-* Reporr; arGA5E .argne Boyd; Roger for.the commencement of- the public.sale of Cpartof the Unit*) Stins4the
York 2lstJrae ,
dates from .gloves
,bringing Liverpool to the Billings, Joshua S *
nr4 rcui; tron LiI3tD l.i, axfvliows -
the lands embracinz the --
trac t claimed other Nettt
,:and the following Important InteUgeieei,1jower Brooks Whitfield II, _
Buck, Henry wise such claim- wilt be forfeited Xtt and sheet' GAIXISOX'S RKPOKT* leyortnof.Ps.i Argued *.
qualities.Cotton. bare, advanced |d., Brown, Cb 5 :BPTTERFIELD rida, .aiTario- and dJtcnained in the Circuit Cr t $f,Ib4

1M th. better qualities remain,unchanged-Fair Blonggy, Elcr \ : 2 the General Land Louisa for S United 2rUte5,for tbe ftrrt Circuit,fmm Jajjt to
Commissioner of '
Orleans scHiife at CJd. Sales of the week coding Braddoek, -- OJJtee.jan513t S ;. and 1315. Second edition" with adaiUonal Notes aad
BakeriSW D S EHsha ; !-; Referenees.- rols..,Sro Boston, 1S3." ;\ ,
Friday,20th, finy-thrcelhonsand hales. Bread- S '. Boots, and "I
Brown, Sarah Mr --- ; saevid emit dwnjj justice to aay wflings1
staffs are improring. The political news ii Koim- S S C. A" IT tr of other good as well a to tUocaoseof trutj vif I wtre. >t o.
portant. '* Corscus, GriSnCarUrSusan OSSIAN B, HAET, S yond themselves previous to as specimens of merits
ports pre-eminent
Pork and Beef duller. Bacon LAWS
were been in G. W BAftTO -
may fairly be placed open a level with?tbe>lyeVproductions
Carteroney. ,
MtIy.request, bat prices continue without change Clonrh.Ashman SI KEY WEST, Fl
Lard has declined .one shiHicg. Tobacco no- Cramer, EC Practices in the United States and State Courts the ana aconraw Karning>as weu as JOT aa igaew,
ebaoged.fH dark,Amy .j>f the .Southern District of fends. same Wanted ability aud wlfjocp in decisioa.1 -3 Ken ; JZ).

Ameriean steamship-BALTIC had Arrived chnn, arab July 10-tf tioa be of.Claarfcal Ed- 52T.' -S j. -
Chase, MeUtiah W .. %ViWaui P. CASES-.
And of obtaining situation -M5l-E. ( ) REMRT or ,
oat previous to the sailing of the ArmiCA.. Carson, Henry Ann State S -of Florida, Southern Circuit, JUoo.roecoauijr. next School of a limi the Circuit Court of the United States for the.
,FaiXCV.r-debaU on the Constitution continues Conaway, IsaaChristopher A y S S .-Undoubted references First Cirwutirom,1816 to 1830. 'Snbw .8n lf *

wUh great rlolen e. Gen. CATAIOSAC has C1eens-3bnM; -. 2- Edwin O.Guynn,'i .' S_. 5 5 -5 -"These S Reports comprise the -Decisions ef-- "Mr- ?S
resolved to take up arms in ease the President K.Dowling.Jno ,. Ann. G."TS. 'X : -A S-. ; ., Justice Story on the first Circuit of-th
eeks tc prolong his power. A melee ooeutred la -- n M S Gnynn,. J S May States,and follow inoHer siterMr C 5
the R. BILL is CiuscEsr roa. DITOKCK, OKDEJ .:AT : tice. S UcportsTlieIeeision; ) reUtotoof a*rrltt apcy:
Assanbly iu 'offensive lao- : S
consequence "
Dukes Thomas CUAHWSS., ; .. heretofore existing; snbjectaensUtgCon iAdavraSylJer4 } U-
zu&t, .eit by 4teiii. Fatc a.. DirerjXA appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, & MOONEY and Real Law,and Cbaaeery and are a/acter- .

Portugal financially much embarrassed..Fresh 1Jlzggons1 Sarah C ; IT that the said bill has been filed, and by'doe : of the concern.wQl be lied by -the .profooad-learninr aeateaeiVaajthorengaBcsA
M'L thii the said Ann JS :: : of research which are such eiaiaent
distarbaneea are expected,and* Span Dugen, Mary proof Gsjaa TCiide out of
fellAl will bear Cur
Charles thlsftate mrto ALSOP. traits of their author. They a ra- ,
Dudley; ; to witt at Spanish.Wrflaone" of the
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squadron etationed off Lisbon to keep Davis, Sinah ; Bshms Islands{JU is ordered that the said*Ann o GEOEGEMOONEY.: S ble comparison pout ef learning aad practical.

igt! revolatkmary party In cheek. S E S E.Ga/nn appear,and plead, answer, or defend fifty Jun.12 St.* utility",with Ut beat rolomw of the.En'gl.' '' 'T; -
Accounts by the India mail from China,state Edwards, ; against said bill, on or before the Monday in 1 : port S -'Vv -

fiat the rebellion was making headway,aad that Eilis, nsannAEdey S November neiL In default wbioh'sakl appearance sum of tor'si tice. > :&3na'gaEPoTs. S n nerCo rIei.Kfr; 4
ManevyFarreQJoha ,the said bill will be taken pr.ensfruoagstnst ports of ease*ar vedl,a4 determined fa the Civ
jfisrallag dynasty w rfd protaWy overturned- her.piofided that a copy of- this order be pdblisbed ed to. date,we shall present all cil Court bf the UnitedSUtcs for the jM Or -

vAt Havre,Ce'ttoa was yT74sU. Sales of ordUttery in some public newspaper of this State for against to the Hon Felix enit. rt TO! ,-, J o., :: : <*. ?= et-:
Carolina at ULCe.v.Molassess FiAer; T the space of six months,belore this saidfirst JHond toatil for.,the County of These-yum s contain the decisionS eCXi. S
tiTee Cofibe Fa nonM >y>n Nbvember, provided that if a copy of thereto of the estate of Sey Justice Story,and form a continuation to,tbe. series >
and fingarsteady. Ka- Flewellen.Tho 2 said bill,and f this order, shall be personally and ,- and wM :thea' apply of GaQisoa and Masoa. -The Awwions ia theE -
T'J Stores rerytluIL Spirits Turpentine Jn fairDemand FestcrW .. served upon or delivered U her,then she Is hereby ; furthes;- attention and re- at YeIunKSAUpart>eulTr/. questions ofty

at 96|*96J. American stock were aeU FergusonEPFraacis ordered to appear:and plead;answer,-or.dofcnd S ; : ,tafl.Admiralty- and are of great' pnctlcal.i .
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: One Dollar per square ( letterShaving lately procured of the other department. -The furniture of the aaI'f1E4I,

; '... the Brat,mud Sojeatj-Five Cents for every iubse"quiniInsertion. -. V 8. W. EARERi from Scotland $:aeries'of these' beautiful faces, inr',A professwrghip- modern_ V laoguases.and' study-rooms and dormisor1c,1issbeenChOscfl .' 4gJiiret''V, _4 f
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ti 'discountwM be made. assured that the elegance and accuracy i necessary1 to render rzlh*
; LORIDA.Hon.W of au the session commences on tha fourth,. listed by John P. Norton- __
arWdng.account "Type manufactured bnsennotsurpassed be to Newark.
navfag means of instruction,complete; giving
4 bents(except by persons by any Founder.In the Union.--Br! *an October and the second on the fourth facilities for pncate stndy and comfortable Professur ef, gcientiflo. Afctfcttttui 'lj iIuQoira6If6
with the office muit be paid for previous to pnbllMtlmk ,* Academy ctO cCva !*JK
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B. FLEJtrso, Savannah' Georgia. am enabled'to maintain the virtues of the compo fire weeks. :.: -. V those afforded by many of ocreolleges.V V This highly valuable work wRtr'eejBprise two'

"Tenoniat-a distance.can govern their remit'taaoet March 20. 1831. lt= nent parts of the metal,, and tbs to produce From its Intimate relation to the College,>students large royal' octavo- volumes, eontainra* evarUQD
.J; addition to atr elegant, the most solid and durable i of the "manyadvantgenot pages, wjtl.13.or 1 splendidfteel$ Ingnivhjri.
lJvy.begun; ; Academy-enjoy *
., ri.dverUlinjbythefOUOWlflgTtUI / Typfi heretofore offered to the To this .T ; ai of this kind- and more than 600 engravings, on wood., la the
: obtained
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United Algebra -
Abne-square twelve lines) published rx months States Mutual Insurance last feature I V ; ; highest style of thQ art; fllwt rating ebnest
k ; ( V V V would in particular call your attention Livy. finished;HemerV ()dissey7begnn; 1'hoeewho wish to pursue some particular branchwhich'falls evert
for. 4 s. i ,* ?1000 Company, for'sOliditj.' and.durability-of type ison gebra finished; Geometry, begnn History; more properly within the college course implement of husbandry now in u by the best

I Two for six months, ,- "W OC VESTpOTTStAMVEW> : YORK.KINCSLEY the principle bf economy of the'greAtest:Importance tiAned. ,: '- .' '- V ,' may be admitted to'recite in"any: of the College farmers; the best methods ploughing; planBnrl
; 1 squares to .typographers..; fie-Tnemoers of the III.- Horace, begun Homer's ',' classes. Students also Of proper age and discretion harvesting, &ov; &o the nrdo.**s
.'4 .Legs and other Business Cards, per an. 10 OC B, OTEB2 Agent 1 1jMAYPOSTi craft will thb-l&tt ma ready to supply all kinds of Geometry five books;;*'History"finished. i, by recommendation" of, the Principal; and animals in their highest perfection ; la short, the
Notices debtors and creditors- 7xOO"Application V PRINTING OFFICE FcaKtrrKr-; the establish iuuio bLAIS _I 'Tacitus;'begun; The : permission of the Fa alty;'may enjny the..nse; oj Pirtwia/feature of thebook is1 sraiawj-sad will

i ; for letters administration, 5OO, MILLS, bUVAJU CO; FI V A.Jlay ment complete Printing Offices,such as Presses, methens of .scbyln and Electra of the College Library without additional .charge. rendcr.it: incalculable valaeiothsiudeitq -

:.. 2 ; 1831, it"AMERICAN WOOd Type-; Cases, Stands, Brass, Press and Analytical Geometry, finished; Calculus; Admission also may bo bad to the'.Lecture ,-and -agriculture* V -i iV *
:Notice of'Application for dismissal. Administrator V V Wood Rues, Imposing Stones Composing Sticks, Theology Evidences W> Chiiatiasity.- such other privileges,'of the'.College, as can,.be The work W beiBg,published 10' Se I>ta
-I .s- a.v. $10 00 Brass and-Wood Galleys,"RigletsCloset Hacks, 'II: Logic f ; Mental PbflosophyThe profitably enjoyed oy:academical students Numbers,'of Wi pages each. 'ezetusleg *f the

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;& : for the entire' in ef which
V Old Type taken in exchange for ai 9 cents Latin Oreek work numbersy then
now and
'' ; Mechanicsbegun.t > &e., with Tuition in.English, ;
will be made unlcw the same AGEWOYv '
No announcement will beat ,.. .
least ,
; V per lb1 he trade dealt with -on the most liberal 111.: Moral Philosophy; l'lato'sGorgtu; is seventy dollars for tha Sannner.Session, and twenty-two;, ; ?
with the amount charged..Editorial CITY :fl ..WASiiijfpTOJrTTNDEtt solicited offnrn1sllng V The .BritISh Periodicals re-publishc4 ,are"'u
3 accompanied V V VV terms and patronage the:ground Captive of PUutusr Mechanics- seventy-five for the Winter Scion. The only -- -
notices feiprivat' 'benefit will be the direction of.AARON-HAlGHT to the purchaser an article'with which Pneumatics, and Meteorology. extras are one dollar per session1 for incidental expenses followsvist' -itujf
t the of V UPALMER CcW York, .and 'WORTtlINGTON be'will be;pleased, and which will bring.him the J50PHOMOHB CLASS.-I :f ebrge&doub1s rate advertising. OARRKTTSON.SNETUEN of New. worth of his money. V 'f.'J _._ ?'. phon'a' Memorabilia; Geometry, finished; guages, and 'a fee. of five dollars for Drawing, The Edmbarg Review,' (Whig,) '!Th. North

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k published gratis. preme Court of the United tates,- "? paper, Or Job Printing Oioe,-.wil1,be furnished 'Ii: Cicerff de Amioitla and de Seneetnte; and vacations of the Preparatory Department Review, (Liberal,) and LUckwod' Edja.

jCommnnlcalions must be post paid.J.P.Sanderson V .This establishment is formed .for the following with an estimate in detail of, the cost by;stating dotus,begun; Plane Trigonometry; Spherical is the same as those of the College. ,burgh 31agazine, (Tory.), /: ',

4 objectstV "- V : ? size of paper and kind of work to be executed.- .-. gonometry; Khetorio continued- V -' ,Kev": MATTHEW-M K1GS, A.31:,. Although these work are ,diItfDgUIae1 iy"bt
: 1.'For practicingiaw in the Supreme Court of Publishers Newspapers 'who. will insert this IlL Cicero de Offlciis; Herodotus,finished; V V President of Delaware College. political shades above indicolcd, yet 'but r* small

th.6 United.Stat !, and conducting.ptfeuIoDal advertisement three months, and send me the papers veying: Analytical Geometry" begun;, Nuwai Delaware.' April 3d portion of their eoatcntr is devoted, political
*" addressed "Ncsbitt's Register finished. ... *- V :
containing ,
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prosecution recovery six times the c irE A P c A : $$ o: their-'chief value, ant> inthatth yi
manufacture provided they purchase Terrence The Clouds of
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in law or equity, against other
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AVING: removed ifclls ; '
amount of their advertising _
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H the executive
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4 informs his friends that he will con ;No. 123 Fulton st-New.: York, and,. Cicero's Tnsculan Questions Demosthenes de V guidance Christopher its*aa*
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N tinne the practice of his profession, as formerly 3.*For.the settlement of accounts with the V V. 'No." ""iTCinal" et. *, Sm rona; Voltaic Electricity or Galvanism; -the public generally that he has commenced ;from the.serial works Bnlwer aid Other -

.He "will: .attend at eaeb. and, every Term oft State, Treasuiy, War, Navy, Post' Office, and Jan. 9. Magnetism, Magne to-Electricity' ,; '- business in Jacksonville. East Florida, and solicits literary notables, written_for that Magazine,
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from the United states or from foreign Govern that he has added to the former house twentyoddmore The College is provided-.with> a Phil interested. Goods of description will be editions are issued by the leading publishers
14 A\ignsllnc. All business entrusted to his can meats, aud procuring land warrants and-pensions comfortable rooms with over flve huudred Apparatus, that furnishes ample means of procured at short notice'andJ supplied at -very this country; have to be reprinted by those pub.

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-J. Ps SAXHEESOS, Jacksonville, States. ,_ ? it as comfortable any Hotel the-South. Natural Philosophy.The sum of three PRODUCE of everr kind will be received on been issvsd. by Messrs. Sctft fy Co.;so that sub
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McQueen tng. moneys on mortgage of real/estate-lying. in the South, beiag now enabled, by the constant :-J notice. .. -r }'oranyoneofthetonrlteviews$3 00I
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addition to and
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er divine worship is held twice on The 'or several Important 'Pavnri CLUBBING"V
and faithful attentien.V every agencies ;
Florida. prompt diseases, has induced a vast increase
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Court lor the Northern District of Florida. JOSEf efficient attention to.Jhe.HOUWTY Two, at Jeast,' of 'the'' Professors, with can be allowed to Agents- *" "' *** *

.T ALSO AGENTfor" LAN CLAIMS of officers and soldiers engaged JacksonTille Male Institute. families Will resida jn the College'buildings Money, current in the .States where issued V' ,win

I in the FLORIDA WAR, or in either of the INDIA will board.at a-ew&mon table, with the AU1 ta received at par., v ..;. -<>;
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States for Military or other services, pensions, ; character;and must sustain an examination
: furnished volunteers and for horses orother'property the charge will be proportioned to the nature and Elocution and Book Keeping, 6 00 following studies,'vist ALTO, V V A CongTessionaf .A rieultaral and Literary
applies difficulty of the case. Higher branches of an English, ilathematicat Arithmetic, Elements.of Algebra, -Latin DARLEY'S ARABIAN HEAVE REMEDY, V Newspaper .. -. : ->e*
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hcksonrflle.East Florida.J. Bounty be Land and other Letters claims, which on terms should which be 'quarter consists of eleven 'weeks, and' two Anabasis,'Jacob's or Dooring's Latin Reader Dr. Christie'* Galvanic"Belt,' Bracelet,' the next sssdion of Con rcssi Congress has,now
may agreed upon. [ sessions 9 to 12 a. m., 3 to 5 ,m. .. lust or Cscsar, Cicero's Select Orations,'and
jt will receive immediate attention.' a day: pT ,Necklace and Magnetic Fluid.For so liberally patronized ;tbe undertakjng$ it
post paid "' Exercises commence on Monday, the 3d day, of gil, or what shall be deemed equivalent.. will be established as a standard work worthy ef
June 5. lawtf.
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L A TTORNEYf COUNSELLOR AT LA Wtj January 28,.1831.- tf EsnujfCE FEE.-If the student enter as And of those Complaints which, are caused by* id his duty.This will not be the ease if earnest
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: ..t'4U ; Wh.L practice in the Conrta"of the Eastern OF THE SEVERAL WARS SINCE 13 Whltaker, near. Bny Street, twenty dollars. ,--* '. VV'V NERVOUS? SYSTEM. ,debates rf the two. Houses:of Congress; and having

,t; t Circuit, -Hamilton county of the Middle Circuit THE REVOLUTION SAVANNAH ., lit Sessions 2d This beautiful and convenient application the V ,received their sanction"as such;the best Reporters

I in Bcnton and .Hillsborough counties of the ..Tuition, $2100 .$ mysterious of GALVANISM and MAGNETISM will engaged to write Out the 'debat *
Y a recent Act of Congress.'officers and V soldiers ',WHOLESALE ASD BETAft. Roomrcnt;. 4 0 V 4 has powers been clench day'which will undergo ""the! revision of

; :t; .; Southern Circuit, in the Supreme Court at Tallahassee B (who have not received) are entitled TIN WARE MANUFACTORY, Incidental expense- 100 1 physicians,, both in Europe pronounced and the by United diatingnbbed States, the Members. The work, after passing through

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for -the Northern District of Florida ; and will or more; the widows, and minor children of those DEALER If ..Janitor' Wages -100, 1 Age. -" of be presented,"as finished, In.'the COSQEESSIOXU.v ,.
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.. Congress and the Departments at Washington. claims of-those interested. Having been employ. LL kinds Cooking Stoves and Ranges, of: Fuel is afforded to the students at cost. A Compound extract of SarsaparlUa, during the next 'session. The one snbject-whichengriwsad

p Being located at Jacksonville for life, be will ed in pnBlic ffice for several years, his experience X3L the most V approved patterns, for families, equal to the probable cost' is advanced by Original-of >Tovmsen in such matters will enable him to afford"great student if is consumed it is IS NOW ers of variety, which, in this'progressive
his entire and unremitting attention to bit I hotels, and ships; and all other Stoves for parlor, ; more charged F WELL KNOWN BYAKY, great
give facilities to claimants for LAND AND PKN- hall, or public places., Stove Pipe; and every description r-if less, the balance is refunded. I easily proved by us, that country, the conflicts of, party, and the ambition
; :ft profession, and all business entrusted to his care SIGNS, and save them a great deal of trouble of Sheet Iron Work mode at notice. Board is furnished with the families of the "" .TOWNSEND Vdi&odain V for place distinction, neoessarilyprod

hall! meet with prompt attention. and expense. Where obtaIns nothing,-no Force and Lift Pumps, Beer Pumps,'Lead Pipe, fessor at two dollars per week. from DIL- W1LCOX the for Vast interesU-wOL.be ab stake,upon the dedsiOM

I Jacksonville,August 29,1850. tf charge is made. All letters post-paidwill receive Tin Plate,Sheet Iron,W ire. Galvanized Iron,&c. Washing at the usual rates, manufacturing the original "'' ."' receipt of the next Coagress] and then is great tatent in
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> instructions sent. ', ,.. i at prices as low"as they can buy in New York or it remitted on application, to all students WILCOX COMPOUND, cnssion. I,All the honors of the Rrpubue depend
; ; 4. MeKOBERT BAKER, C. W. BENNETT Att'y.Washington the .' that he did' after dent the succession the
elsewhere. Orders from Florida, South Carolina ed for JUinistr and : the'chrictezand reirata"-. on to Presidency as well
j ,NOTARV PUBLIC COMMISSIONER. ; I). C. and the interior, are solicited/V '*" The tuition fee for Modern Languages' tion was established; as being the most "** as all the gnat and permanent interests whkh g

l L4 Appointed by the Governors of the following October.1850.' .tf. Aug: 29, 1850: -' tf ? eight dollars per session,to be paid to the EXTRAOKDINARYVMEDICINE.J to the advancement of the power of the country,

States t6. take Testimony, Affidavits; and Ao tor in advance. ?. ; in the world, for the following diseases,1iijlias will give'imtnlse-*> the' *action- cf lhonextCoshgres. -' -
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For ttudentt who do sot'dutgi to Scrofula '
Agricultural Consumption/King's Evil, Salt
; to be used therein FACTORAGE AND COMMIS' *Th Globe
knowIcdgmenU whole Course required for a degree, a more Khenm, ErysipeIas'cal4 Head, Tightness -' DaSy will published daily during
-Minie. Virginia, V SIOW BUSINESS. H AVING: ,purchased the entire stock of agricultural ted range of ttU'Iia it furnished of the tb0st(Dyspepsia, PalpiB the sesdon of Congress,'aniiweekry the remainder
1VeruirntNorth Carolina, UNDERSGNEDialngforrnoil a con- implements from Mtors. Denslow sphere and course of life of each, V tatiooof the Ilen.rt,an4 aW of the year;; It ,will contain full and'IklthAl reports -

-"t& Massachuatts South Carolina THE in the above business, to be conducted & Webster that, the undersigned wouuKnnounce to ,so/ar 01 tufh tan be reotunobly Nervous Affections. General Debility, Fluor Al- of the proceedings both Houses of'Congi -
; the
V. in S A V A N N A H under the name of. public they have greatly sausjock The studies of this Coarse are arranged bus or-Whites," Kheumatism f yphili',' LlVerComplaiots ess; and mise mnoaas article on" "those' general
niieet1iciit Georgia embracing besides -
$ C a aretyof othertrt'flcs subjects to which it is devoted'
.. Cancerous Humors, JVleeurial Diseases -
DYE & SIIEWMAKB, cenerally of the following .V. -* I following departments, to wit; V '
Alabama euoracter and V The Wetkly-Globe.wiU contain .
: Nev York, t 1st. A MATHEMATICAL DEPAHTMETT &e: &c., > 'Agnenltnraland
BEO leave to tender their services to their friends description: Aginltura'and! horticnltnral* V *- misoellaneons articles and. wifl,
Forsome doubt'in ; occasfonanf
I& ; Mississippi, beginning with Arithmetic purpose, and no order
t V in South Carolina Tennessee elements of variety of *Jie most recent and and Algebra, tUe to debates of such "as
Georgia -
Texas. ,Florida, ,every dent will be carried terialim make cheap, (for the genuine cannot1 be made give importance command nfvcrsal
b Delaware, Alabama with the that all five hundred plows of ?through interest. '
; and assurance business improved description; every higher branches'of the Mathematics without;great expense,) pollute U with mineral, 1 : ,
j .T-'Maryland, augl.-lyPennsylvania entrusted to them will receive their devoted attention. description: materials for. tanners, curriers, and their to Natural such as.Corrosire Sublimate, Sulpher Salts 'The-prieo' the IKc y ntole is redact toce

M. M. DYE, of Savannah. bras; and Iron' founders,embracing every article my, &c application;, -," ". Philosopy.VI x Saltpetre,&e.- &c. V 7 < -, dollar,with" '> view"to btainegeel: .
0 JOSEPH SHEWMAKE. used in, their all took circulatioQ- VV -u-
necessary : .Nowinconwquencrfo.f the above
Lt .j-: OSOARHART, Savannah,Fob: 1831 of Burke co., C ftApr. &o.,at manufacturers' prices -. I'instruction?d'AEsraLisa[ \in\ DEpARTarerr WiLCOX haseoacluded to give his abuse whole ,time'Dr The Ceugnuianal Gate will embody;as hkaiddhe
.-17. &n MISCELLANEOUS.: Roller and common gins rthographKca for the;last <
4 472'ORNEYATLAJV. ; I ., I and talenl"ta icnc'Siufaturini; of '- seventeen year ,-Congressional
:' V jack screws, store:and cotton trucks, wheel bar -Wr1tingeogrsphy-Jiistory, debates
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Office.upon the Second floor at the Court-house, I position, ,Intellectual I HIS 01VN ORIGINAL I prnc >
rows, road hydraulic force COMPOUND
scrapers -
1 Sea Island Cotton Gins. rams pumps, :The ArpeidL wuxrace the reused id.
Forty street. I Moral PhilosppbyrPolitical Grammar in its
; patent chains to'facilitate the drawing water primeval state of-vegetabI&purijy--
: ; separately;and the f Tof th&PresrdentJ
; "\.WiLL practice tin the several- counties.if th< SUBSCRIBER takes this opportunity (Georgia and French burr millstones:calcine cast I the Constitution, Phlosophy,' ,- I the afthicteet, all.classes.may- have a' healinjr the United States and messages the reports of the fliadt'sf

Ii -t 'Eastern Circuit of Florida, and attend to ilu, THE inform the planters of. Long Staple Cot* ings; Plaaterers*and raw for farmers; plantation L_ral Theology, Jilementa of"Criticism'" -; said' I balm for all of.the above complaint/ from the ExecutIve Departments.; '
:of p.t2Jt
C eeltoetien of claims against the United States fo:r tons that be still continues the manufacture of the Mills; corn and smut mills; screws, mill irons; I I eel Christianity. ; I knowledge for the last ten years of-the.won I The Conjyexional ikbt va&Appendix"wiH M
latest improved HOLLER HORSE GINS, donble -,' bolting cloths,picks, reeds,'shuttles, and general I .w.1.r.- I derful healing propensities of-bis V compound.,be published AS fast as. the proceedings'Congress
ct JtBiUrJ.icrvices: and for. Horses lost.-orcthe! ) and ngle, at his usual rates and is ready to finding for cotton and woollen manufactories iMTLVMACHrsrEiiTjTooLS I will be imported an acquaintance with all I hesitates not to say ; to-yon, that he warrants a I will make & numb -Sabscribrrs nuy expect on*

.. 47 property: loe f or destroyed by troops in laid service. fill all orders at the shortest notice. > V' &c.-Having the I necessary ties of the to qualify Louse youth for immediate I cure of ANT and ALT. 'of.the',abovw disorders, if number of each A week during the first fouweekQrtbrosnumbersvJ1ek *

.4, ,. ". ,Ako claims fur pensions of disabled soldiers,o r ,. For the repttt %tjou cf th Gins,apply to&ofoi_V iS:: T'or"various 6td extensive manufactories,' I- 1: Pcnmansiipbran counting! ; includjn-originat I persevered that according have to the directions Don-t I II pf a'.sessioni'i teo s>

itc '* he widows and orphans of deceased soldier!. V lowing'Agents, or to these who,.have them in use we shall be''prepared it nil limes tv furnish. every I system of this art, aich invariably. I I not say been bcnefitted-JW you tried SarsaDai"aa-anei'have : week afterwards, until tie en&oo sessioa.- .
: species Of machinery on the shortest notlc you won'ury ,
the GlaU
'.Also claims for bounty land to officers and sol AGENTS The I uoid,finished hand,peculiarly adapted to the DR V Complete indexes to CGZnnoaa&
I V V highest market price's paid a ifll Mui?? f 1VJLCors,, V and Appendix will b ent9nribczsooaf.tei >
diets, and the widows an J orphans bf deceased offioers Villalonga.&Acogta, Cental-village'.1 wool,sbeepskins-'snd hides. All produce of the I poses iz-ineaceouniant awt bflsinew man. For there has. been many of the namgoi V' '
: Capt, B. R.Bythewood I 2. Arithmetic adjourns jkff
Beanfort ti.
: -. State received and sold for the usual commission -Comprising numerous ontbO reputatjoir -
4'j 4 and soldiers. Scott & DeVeaux,,Charleston, 8. C. .. 'V V V s. & H WOVT I ted methods of computing Interest:; I of this' arUcle5'cd tcl- Nothing of Apolitical aspoatwil lappcar 19 the
.- .;tA.I.o.wm give his ;att ntion torconveyanoiog, Tison fcHarris, Ocala, E.F1oridap ., ? ; &:co., I Equation Payments&o ,and other I confidently that the VI Globe save that which will be found U\ Cflngressionat >

;. S .. td ezouiing tides and 'record* "and ascertainin Fernandez, Bisbee & Co., Jacksonville."E. Fla; Fo .111 BaytreettSavannahi Ga. i calculations founded pn percentage; together I ; ::1r3AaApARILtA ROOT reports. A pap r'a nmiri* ta-Uaii
]I K. R. Dukes, Palatka, E. F. ,- : V Rrnizyes.-Megcri. Padelford/Fay & Co. I all such operations as are requisite for a I is,though excellent in itaqnalities, one.of.the impartial vehicle for all sidet, eannot maintain iU
ta: -claims to lauds. 8. Hoyt & Co., Savannah, Ga.- $wift. Denslow, & Webster.VV oct 24-tf ; I knowledge of the business of a I moet inferior ingredient of ilia,may we not truly character if: ,the"editorial-colnnuii reflect. party
Wbuz! cntmsted'to him will meet win 8. LNiblack &'Co-i Alligator"E. F; I ,*,_Single and Double [fa&mdt .iVSvkiK Compound -ne.V ,, .V (
: jronpt attention; and all instruments of writ! ; Lartlnger ft HarrisEliiibethtown; Lowndes H DYING AND/SCOURING I the most approved methods complete I frie dsthese assertions are" tnf 'foi the" ? TERMS. 5
t be executed him;with! neatness and County,Ga. "" "VV V I of instruction in this branch will be I letter;but we say themTaot to injure any one but For me copy of the Daily GIoba: (daily d* : ?*
by 4e
'ALSO,. V V E S T"A B L IS H M EX T I signed to fit the student to take charge of I because we have a right to the benefit of truth .ring the session of Congress and*-weekly i .s&fdunng
_ EXTRA V BOXES Airn'BRinsHBS ,4Y0,73 YORK STREET, V I of account books -' I and it i is, also true thatif yon wijl can o ns/we the recess,) year, / X $ 0
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fer- Tv*- ; "?f C moderaterates. Persons--wmntinr r pt&Ingi sewciiotiurom I nave oeen'cujed of diseases .%% nth- *- *&
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repaired,please direct -Agents ;
: V SAVNA'fl'GEo; : matical I not only themselves but FOfOE-4tWCCkJ7 Globe for &
j Otto ,;/; ,. 5VLBURN : r ** VV courses; also-Surveying, the!,physicians-and also on..7earj -
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> Mineralogy,Geology, Chemistry; and somt- our.best pnycianwho.ueing.'recommendtngan V '' '100
CLAIMS "AT WASHlNGf: ONWlillam :V'TO.T Jnne5.I85I.; y"StMary'sGeorgU.lawom. AtEXAIf DKR OAlTtb viT : Vtohia ral Chemistry; thelart illustrated by selling' lar e'quant? For One:co oftha 4 .V
V 1>ET.URNS'hUthanks; mental lectures.. '/' "" Vothv ties of Dr,.IVjJoos'g ,Compoand'Befvery Meicox' ring the session;' V ,
V 'VtavQrshe ba fr1ends1forhe: V. .A Cjvit* -EjcoiJJEKR" tul to gel thatrth the"naule of "J.L- I For one copy of.th*>Appendix_ "durbf* th, --
k! : E. : received since he commenced whkh are taught Arithmetic* ; onl, the-outsiIube1 "
; Kennangh, business in this olIvia 18S2,and ; (mental and or yoanuiT'he InV : -
I r < SEA ISLAND ROLLER AsS.nribev friends,and the pallio would state to hs! tea.Algebra, (mental and written,) jured rather' than benefltted. i For fow.eopiei of either, orpari of hottd :>v
:' wILTtv?'! !1E6 PE.t5STLVASJA I r COTTON( sate vWt to LonJon ad&Scotiand generally, he durine hU Trigonometry, Sdrve7in11wlth the use of 'Ifyon wish to know whothUTJr.-.Wilcox is. re *V ring the-sejsion-' '* & *' 5 Od>
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various jmprovemenU > to the first men of I ; or"part orbothd -
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begsVJRY.VtO 1ntorm the DYINGND t V community. Principal,Vce'V J" ring the session, $3&r
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: rn'rntOADWAyNEwyoa' prices Uaaa'
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-t :.; _- '" -* -- satUfaction-to aIhvio of Aflany-, and cany
single < study wMl eonsist of *> v
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I4 Clalm* 'ng(rum the ReVolntionaJry .P1O144 V } with their Ithu sold-'byIlruggistesn&Cog .Ierchant-iU : on,andno order will-b -attended $to..unHs the
1 : V SEA.ISLAND Jloitts X OTTOS ,Onci. bttonage subjects from the. ther-department ,: over'the 6onutry : money,accompejiiesit.; -' -* ***
_ t sxcafl wI Invalid,'JievoJationaiy, Half. .--"donbkli.longer entertained they are best .. Ladles'silk and woole ,Dre sesiShawik t 5.11 Lb. branches pursued In-oureomon C4UTliN)7' Subscription* may. bx -- sllb-

ps7 %%1dows' :JPen5lbni; Naval tmy Gini In use; and the Subscriber flatten himself $1e&oed4ed various colors,ao.M to iri .good I PraelIiaI lectures will also be : THE PUBLC f I nakt iamoney.atparttho seclt cass.i. : -
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: ef P jr; m V Price low; and the Gins made of the best materiahiand In J the !?.good it71* Mrtn "y. w as not to be stitctlou relatIvto the best-andmsL each bottlq is -W-ahngtott v City.+ Oct 15
passed by *ny dooe at the,North' me.thodLof teaching,bnt supervision of James R,, Cbilton. ,
Volunteers i .Q&lmJo ( workmanship.; .V "T, may bd required. Ladies'oJeanednd ortdyedf at of they will aJso have CblmiWwha ** *- *f f n j"
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