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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 31, 1851
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
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/ AN OLD STORY, lance from the town : '. ;. .';.'. .. InnUad of poppies willows the'Sfell-knowVcbarmfor. evil '" Dick n80n'of; New YorkjCaw; ,of MichiganWoodbnryof and the earnest sblicitnder feel ,to preIuCT'V' .
"Did he look skeered. !" asked the. Major aVe o'er..hU_ conch..,... .._... .. ... of spirit*" Jri; NewftHampshire; UBchanan, imp native. State',from pursuing %.< '
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/ OalOI1ULLT ENTITLED .__ ',. .:: / .. S"Sme? you want of mel oLPennsylrania Illmois have which/involves "
of his second .- : e.'de ; Douglas{ ; jtar'rnjn,!impel tmecta'V.rg
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chalenge. '" .:'. .'.. .....".. ."J ,He felt his halfTwinelikeraknot onlb9ok.lif1tad.. -Thej: Major all, in'words of-burning eloquence .and patriotism such furtherreanons.tuggejtf''I m ttYea-
The Duelist and the Devil.BT "That he did he shook '' lnivektch; ,the
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lik Jea. of makes around his face;r ; extremity; a those mind this' of linmh.'
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feelings.
-; "Is'pose be knows.I'm' Tell Jte>taxed his for whch.SM' deep groan, and grasped/forward with both expressed my : -, 4
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W. T. T.CHAPTER. him were tDge Hands at the going o .oLthe gated :
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-- a!line sbol-cut the cross nine times : granted ;demonTs..horns.vThe next'rrin- '
.To ask the nor the coming-.to .ofcthe, Nortb,--will I.fstay Attempts are made''to them'
in'ten... Come let's take some more liquor.. reverend person whit he wanted. ,merit bei;was on'Jhe 'floor, struggling "with '
I. the'uplifted hand of-secession in SontbCar- scheme ''State; secession to ''the
..' .JU. : )his eataaic .visiter.f. himself separate ,;
I The art like one of those fellows that.when _.Major" Bangs was ari"64d T of humaii' irom Finding freed alma'. A State.C ventl n has been.called, great arid gloriousevent you baY ]asaembledt
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be enters.the confines of m.tavern his CHAP: ; .sprang to"the '
claps me n' nature When and'members etected af a'mbst n nreasonable! cerebrale. But who that ikaj. .teDtd"I
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was'not a more street, and *
word dtttl of upon tJu/the ud table by the and operation 11I."', God of tend the second fIU.O ::Plague on it,an' I thought he bad boon atisnt, civil, well disposed person'to be foundNor \ few were,ran:,ihoqting'seated: round to:the,the tavern"A : b: : :' time, in order to prevent discussion and division .' the'declaration' of Independence jromaljraltdK .

sup, draws it on the drawer, when,'indeed. there and I cunning in fence;Ird' seen him d-d e I'd was,he by any.means a/subject: ridicule five 4, when Major entered in.the r-room be fore"the people! *A majority .of,the by the' unanimoas:voice of" aiv Yt tiraiD
II need.. Romeo and Juliet.It have challenged hm. .. .Twtlftk AtgAf., when free from the influence of the intoxicatngbowl. ceotne costume.we Bangs'have described. :'ec-, members',elected by'less than one-fourth.of united nation; and to the recital of the ro.pinBicted1Jpolt'b

in EARLY on the Major i On the' thevoters of Sooth Carolina.. are-pledged to, : American people by Grtal-
was on a rainy September evening 10Iowing.moring. ., contrarybewan: respected W1 hat t'sllle/natter'J: ,wuai's the'
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tbf fall of 18 that of was h the him i "" '- 'matter, : s'eparate. State', secession". It i believed, Britain will, draw ai comparisons: fthat'reYouton.aftd
-, a group men were Bang terlg' ; by> all, who'kne\ as a man of excellent {!ajor" ,. ; -" 15
eatfd round. the cheerful bar-r qm fire of of :T with ,.a pair :'of"large judgment sund'InseJ But with, him The.M jor hook- ifwii ri ?Histeeta'rattled .I! however, that a majority -the1peopleof theone proposed by"S?
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the Planter's I luelling pistols/ in his handkerchief i this State areopposed to separate secession Carolina-I should sayS br"certain' 'wtoluvtionary
Hotel; among them were several wrapped be old adage was vrifet."Wben wine's in, and be looked wild'out of his ;
under his His"friends had :and amajonityof J..ading.men :have; so.- leaJeraria S. C thlina4vhere a sia-
ttranpers and travellers though the majority ; arm. man rit's out. ; Under, of liquor he .
were citizens of T ; 'The evenIng aged to keep, up the. exctment and he became one of the"' most turbulent'quarrelsome e1t'** crjust::-:escaped: r from> .....tne'laws-of expressedlhemselves. Jhere is danger,then,' gle State,'oppoSition to Uhe';wtshe andF .
4' ( of .South Carolina going of tbe 'UI ion opinions those in imroediate uelghbojhcJod
was.well was .now "full of the breath out i -
nigh spent; notwithstanding VaOT ., fellows that ever breathed bell,1! ? he replied, between :ibis chattering
at the one-fourth of her having-similar interestitWpoect sn4similarwmnen
the evinced inclination retire Iraughts." bidding'of; popnlationyflnd -
to of life such
company no He needed no provocation on tteth. ."I've-just had visit from the devil. ". -
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while they, freely mixed in conversation "Do you think, he'll be 'there !" said occasion vbnt the presence of second,per- I: J.He.J j.titd; ld, mI"'h-Wd3 'une'r herCneveit aJEainstlh and,.Batnwell;*;*and.nA her' n Builert* I;nf solve' UK government nmU11I.nL, anoTto;, 'declare 4.&tr4 tttelf

and entertained each other by relating stones I the Major his 'second."Have'you sen' soil_was all ;that was necessary, for a quar- r evident that his physical strength was fast ane his former associatesamongsfl'he, Judiciary -, independent!. In the first_-, case,'a kreat-- and] .
and anecdotes which, ever and anon,'elicit I any thingrof him this morning ; el. HeAvas, tall, nlletlc.and masculine in I siDling under,the terrible;excitement of his 'of the State: -- proitp-roas Jn tioD',has aris,na n,
ed loud bursts of laughter. In the midst of I "No, he's not in Leon county I'll warrant" features,'and possessed eye tbatwas'C- nv'nd. Humanity'suggested that ''something "It beh pres the people, then"to look' 'to' the'reaped'of,the civilized woiUj inthe; last
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this social intercourse the street- Oor opened : you," was)the reply of his friend Peters: pable-'of looking daggers...But tbe .houldbe done to check the raging fever of this: matter and see if there be,no means' of an insignificant State would be'tormed,1 i sftable" -%

and a tall, dark-complexioned man entered, I '-I hope he has leiJ" remarked qualifications[ of a bullrf fight was .not in his brain,'or consequences might defeating it and saving the State, That secession to support or, defend itself, and: ?ardedi -

and without ceremony seated himself in a I. the Major, "for [ seek "o : And I'm his nature. nor could all the stimulus..which ensue. .Accordingly he was conducted to a will involve! South Carolina in', bloody bytbC jest of tbe world as an'outcast;front

conspicuous part of the room. He was'at sure to kill him you, know. I'm. a' dead his system could bear infuse sufficient of the bed in the Planter's, and his .comfort. carefully war'andruinous.: ; taxation, weaken and tt.einighty--Amenicin'Bepttbio1 which' ii i

once recognised by the residents to be no shot.' combative: principle within him, to render provided for. ultimately destroy the.institution'slavery, now forms a conspicuous part '1 am aware
!less a'personage than Major Marcus Ferguson As it drew near the time;'the Major and him a hero. The greatest weakness of the and end in the" degradation of the 'State, that'this is not popular.langoag to'hold.Jta

Bangs and the usual salutation of his friends repaired to the ground, when Major, however, was.. strong belief in the CHAP."IV. your committee have not the slightest shadowof people who are ia the habit 0(bearing them

"Good evening Major Bangs". was uttered,, greatly to his disappointment,who supernatural ; and though he lacked nerve : I remember amass of things but nothing distinctly 'a d ubt.- Tbat it is any remedy: at all selves !lauded a* being i 'ciolhtd with powet .

by several at the same time. The person- be> there cody awaiting his arrival but his exceedingly, drunk or sober he feared man :I that ; a would quarrel, bat'nothing-wherefore.there months Oh, I for the evils of which the secessionists complain to m':1n1am' .thls single State againstrlh .
an eoemyinto
age thus addressed made no'reply but cock antagonist Jones. As Major Bangs observed Jess than the devil. II to steal men away their put brains! that we should with ; ; is, to the" 'rainds' of your,committee, world in arms, and possessing resources ade4

ing his bat with a most independent i inclination Jones and his friends seated on a log, busiedin The reader has already come to the con- Joy, revel, pleasure, and applause, transform om }1 preposterous arid abs id', It wiil not'restore quate to defray all the expenses of an 'independent -

to one side of his head, arched his thick preparing their arms, notwithstanding clusion, that the duel was all a sham and selves Into beasts. ,. Otlutlo.. California,' or open any'wider the admission Government. ;. ,. "
black brow and after gazing insolently that his inner man was wel by scarce needs to be .told that the pistols were About' Oon on the following day 'Majo' olslaveryinto Utah and new,. Mexico. It This, fellow-citizehX, ra. ajVdfeo( :'foift

round the room, fixed his eyes upon the fire some hal dozen glasses brandy and only loaded witrrpowder.. Such was the Bangs made his appearance in the bar-room, cannot increase tbe'area of slavery, or pre which you"mu t be aroused' Jkj .bag tbe

and remainedsilent. After the slight pause, \rater, was a sudden change of countenance case,.and Major-Bangs wasibeonly one and desired to see the landlord His face'was vent legislation! on the part 'of Congress in truth laid bare to you.- It, ,is a.delusionshared -

occasioned by the intrusion, conversation and he turned to his friends and remarked who was not in the secret. But the tragic pale, and his eyes bloodshot and heavy; and relation to slavery _., ;equally, JJ(eaders aitd people.I foI. ,
was again resumed, and Major Bangs was -"Why yonder he. a a affair did nottmd here.Litle effort was ne. he looked as if be had just risen from bed "But secession will, 'if successful' ,most'tfo do not doubt the sjncuityoCtbbs; Wno, declaim

left to indulge in his reverie of thought cucumber." ,' essary-.to keep Major's imagination up of sickness. He seemed to have a confused fectually circumscribe the area'.01 slavery, so eloqaehtly'about the greatness,'we

uninterrupted? by any farther address. As the .'Sure enough:' replied Peters, with well to fever heat for the remainder of the day. recollection the past day, but on.no point and utterly.rnin it in. South Carolina. :As : shout4 Achieve by.senarate S ;t titji4'

conversation proceeded, the Major seemednot affected surprise. Indee between the influence of liquor, and was his memory clear) ,"except his encounter soon as the. State, goes out; of. the Union, the proud attitude we.'should t.assun\e; sri
to desire a participation, but whenever "Do you think hell fight?" asked the accounts which were'relate to with 'the'devil. That circumstance had every slave! in it, and all their descendants independent nation/ have :read'.\\ tive

a speaker drew to a period in his speech, Major, as he obse.ved two of the Jones party him of Jones* dyinj agonie be h made an indelible impression upon his mind, in'all time to'come, will be fixtures to bur J ly; all the.speeches oqBlisbc4'vince ,t lx 'coQ1 "

be would utter a loud ahem! This was unnoticed approaching.Before towards vnin frantc. which ',his friends Jound great'difficulty .in soil !, If;one should chance be carried over the people wi\bju i, our .b JSas of thenecessity
by the company who proceeded as could be answered one of the About dusk, a message to the Major removing,'n'or is be to this day'cleariy satisfied the Savannah river, bisownerwill, forfeit, of itnjneiliate State action, appealing I. ,
if nothing,had occurred until at length'the men from the adverse' party called out:- .from the dying Jones It was a* request on that point. He still believes there under the laws of the United States, ten to.their patriotism a.ud their ,VV nse'of
Majors patience became wearied, and he de 'Gentlemen, are you ready to lay off the that he should visit him before be died, and was some superhuman agency in the matter thousand dollars and incur seven 'ye rs' im- honor' to induce them to take tb'i3, hajard.niepand -
temr.ined to otber to attract 1""Why receive his and He informed of all the itherCetijfortb i glowing i
adopt some plan ground pardon forgiveness. was duly 'particulars pnisonment anLstancl.c.ommitted. ..unil'th'eI 055. ,
the notice of the company. Accordingly it aint lime is it!" asked the Major '.1 don't want to see the man Eve. murdered of .the. duel-how- he had been drunk, fifle is paid s White :personi may leave the colors! the,vast advantages ta accrue fromiioradmiuingthe'dangey

be turned abruptly round In his seat, and in a tremulous under-tone. ," said tbe Major, a he'recoiled, at.the insulting' every body; he" came in:: contact I state, bul staves, cannot.' Their labor maybe bnV.strivinj: to'epa-

fixing his keen black! eyes upon one who "Yes, sir; we, on the part of.Mr. Jones. withand; how-:'that a-fevv=mischievous fellows valueless, but here they must remain., In vince them that a "case has.ariseri"wfienjlbehonor
was relating a story in which himself was a are ready." proPoh.b ut a' few minutes i' to live,and bad made him; the hero of a sbam duck the course of time their owners will run off of the State requiref that they should]

prominent actor, waited until the speaker The process of' pacing off the ground was begs that you will come' that be may die in '"Bat Captain, the devil-I saw him last and leave' them,"'and South Carolina may embrace ruin,'rather than sabmir to'wrong]

drew to a close, when, as the loud laugh now performed with due solemnity.-- The peace.> night, as sure as I stand here.". become attack Stale;'* second San Domingo, In! all these pnblicatiouislbave f lafleJlfrse! *

died away be exclaimed in a broad, coarse pegs were driven,and the articles between the "Did he say so boys !" -' "You saw my old Billy-goat 'You.went by thewiSdom of secession. any attempt! to proVe"that.\lVe Ia South; Cariolina

voice, "Doubts arising sir! The speaker I. belligerent! :parties were,read' ; the.' principals "Yes, Major-come, .you :had better go to bed and'left both doors-operand when "There are thousands of gallant" men in sufler greater '.wrongtbO' ; oar;sisiet
was no stranger to the Major and the remark were then 'calledupon to draw tots for the and become reconciled! to blmyou'J sleep. the rain came on, Billy sought. shelter i in your our Jillle State, who w doubtless be willing slaveholding States, or any reason adduced)

was passed without notice. The con choice of position. The Major trembled, beter it." room.",. 0"- 1 l t ',sac!fi :tb m elvesL and this peibapsthey why "we, arrogating, ((,ourselves_' nrlationVent on, and the Major at each like .an aspen-leaf, and his lips were colorless "Sleep!n ellaimed' "tbes eyes wi ."Oh, but I smell'd the brimstone as'plain have a rlgbt to do. JS Ut they have 110 sense of honor and greater share of.magnanimity

conclusion uttered some contemptuous exclamation His valor, like'that of Bob 'Acres began sleep no more until they,sleep in death. as could be.4' lO ? JB rgbtto"involve'otherstb; ir. wives, 'and should plaee' : ourselves in the'van, and
S I such as "Bah !"-"Squirt!-"I'd ; to "ooze out at the ends of his er.1 "Pshaw, Major-come .along! ,.and don't "You smelled Billy's beard, which is quite children,their friends and families, inn. melee lead a forlorn ,hope which Vill! be .foLlow4byooadvancinjcolunlfltOiupPOrt :

'like to see the document*!"-"I'ell it to the "I am told" said Peters approaching with take on so." \ ->, high -avored.I.assure you, and. might be so terrible and destructive. / ', ; it. We

marines;* all without affecting his object, a loaded pistol, is a dead-shot on Yesrcome'Majdr; id' his'owh second,' very easily taken for brimstone, by a man "H is said, in the language despair,that aroId l that our position, if we'4bke' the

which was nothing more nor less than a he third or four word; so, Major, draw.a who joined to persuade him. who would'go to bed with his.hat and boots 'aie'ruined and disgraced if .we do not se- l.tad'wdJ :excite' theipathiend com*
,' quarrel.P quick[ be hang fire." "Is that .you Peters'!. will$ ,you stand by on.'"" > cede. How differently.think the people ..ofGeorriaAlabama.Vuginia mand the aid 6f f all tbe/Southernf'.JStafea.

At length a few winks were passed in a 1 he is," replied .halt audibly me, Peters!!-\ei come boys, but I rather -_ HThen you think.it. was really him,I had and North Carolina What sympathy or'ai4can: we expect fron|

remote corner of the room, and a wellknownwag "why didn't you* tell Bang before. rac the di\il be lol'b boys 1 the tassel with eh !"= .". ) ... .: .. f .Can we be disgraced in such comahy States wbosp counsel'we shall have scorned';

commenced an anecdote. Majoi Bangs Peter have you got any liquor ?" A bot- for I c' lok at bim if be. "To be sure it was. ,He. ran old-Colonel !. Ale Jibe other fourteen'slavehblding I whose:' .character}g(eourage' we?outrage; -.
directed his attention immediately to,. the tie was and the Major made a "Ob no, he looks wel for *' dying Howel out of that rooot onenigbtiathesame States diso,' aCed! Surely not.. And whyis nd ybose. interesta 'we' .- lhce'1'\VMt|
P latter the prouc 'but still his nr him and sympathycan we claim from the rest ot tb/|
speaker-as the concluded, Major heavy upon it contents, man-you must way. South Carolina This is not the feeling
uttered, with most ineffable sarcasm, and joints wear weak.. not :'afraid to die, you'l feel better. Besides, Major, yon "Well," said Major Bangs, "I've made a of the South out of this State;* There no I civilized world, 'whosehopes of .fre llQ u

contempt, "Bah!Squirt!" Petel" said he in a.hollowtone; as b : you killed him in an honorable way." pretty, considerable fool of myself, sure apprehension on this subject lsewbere.V .- were centred):in the .success of, this expert
"What do yuu mean to insinuate, Major back the bpttle'rand his large watery "D-n the honorable way-the devil will enough. Have my.horse brought Captain e need not be alarmed before the. danger I ment of self-goferomen' and who will re*

," : Bangs1" eyes Tolled in their sockets, a though hewer make a blizzard of me font-all this comesof and if you ever catch Major Bangs in such occurs. Perchance it may never' occur.r gard our conduct,with reprobation as,well as

c! "Doubt; arising, sir," bending a furious .about to give up thpgbost-"I.m not being a dead shot !'t' another scrape, may tne devil get him sure Should it Come we will .meet it like brave I dismayt Be assured, fellow citizens that

/l.i;: look upon the interrogator. afraid to die ; but some how I feJ sort o' Taking the arms of two of the company, enough." men,'and, united, we-will 1 fight like prudentmen. the only sympathy'anti aid South Carolina,
"tD "What do you mean ?" curious': But ,it's_not because I'm afraid. he Major wa ke,over" to .the long room, Major Bangs did:'not show, himself in But neither ,the madness of secession after sucbaaaet,. as is recommended, 'by
r "Doubts arising sir, by hand he gave You know Major Bangs, Peters,.endeavorng to take a look at his unfortUnat T for along time after this-event,and nor the wickedness of abolitionism shall divide thoughtless and .violent men;/ I; expect |Q

bit chair a whirl from under him, and rose to make a show of resolution."Oh antagonist. Jones lay in a bed, with bis when he did, he had .but .one quarrel, and or separate us from our friends. We receive, i is from) those'persons who are cast

f' A to his feet. 'That's wnat I mean. Take yes; I know him to be a brave matt, lead bolstered up until be sat almost erect that was with the first man who asked him stand by'our rights and we stand :with the loose from society; men who are'readytovio'
it up if you dare. Do you know Major one who would rather spi his heart's blood His face was well smeared with flour, and to drink. I never saw him drunk after the I South." late the Jawlof their country; and seek'tobetter

Bangs. Take care young 'man, bow you than be backed out by adversary on the bloody cloths were profusely sttre about. day of, the duel. ; their own condition by urging others to
i'" play with the forked lightning. Whew P- field of honor." As he came quaking to the dor. flung The resolutions adopted by the large meet- deeds of violence.:By' such men our indepeod

; ; and he gave his teeth a grind that might '"Right, Peters, right-come toss up for wide and the horrible night burst upon Important movement ing at Greenville, are as follows: ent State would be overrun.seek and South succor'Cao from
. -' have opn. When Macbeth beheld tbe lina might,be compelled to :_
been
heard across the room. : choice. him Resolved, That we look upon the institution of,
)It "I only asked what yon meant, Major. I Up went the dollar, and as it whirled in murdered Banquo shake his gory locks, be ,The Greenville 1S. C.)Patriotcontains.a African Slavery existing in the Southern States those. she now regards' as her enemies'receired,againstthe
of
i4- I don't wish to quarrel, Major Bangs," re- the air,the Major called out in a holhw t le"He. could not'have been more appalled. The full report of the i interesting proceedings as a blessing to the slave himself, having elevated exactions of those'sbeonce ,
he ,shrunk back a great "anti-secession celebration, 4thuly kirn from the condition s savage, without religion with open.arm* as friends and allies. :
eal l the half terrified
'fi: pi speaker apparently was ;
Major paralyzed ,
.. -4.000 present." Thousands came ;and without the comforts of life, to that I have called ,this1 proposition for Soolft
of his wits it is-the choice is : his were glazed with terror, and persons '
out aghast eyes of to the Christian
ours Major. ; a civilized being, having access
District
1, to Greenville from all parts of. \the ., Carolina to secede from'ibeUnion, a meafc
: "Dab !-you asked what I meant. rYe There was little or no choice the large drops ofpersperationstarted to his and religion and provided for by ,the-superior while lbs
! told your Put it in your pocket; but don'tknow the Major: staggered to one of tbe brow.> He spoke not but in silence, with and. surrounding Districts. 'as the wisdom and prudence of a Christian master. ure of unmitigated evil' because '
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& from ad
s pega the horrid Patriot say, uttered 'a voice the moun. Resolved, That we will defend. this peculiar r institution dangers 'and evils are so apparen1the *
the time me-do his friends and mouth distended regarded specta '
rr me next you see you accompanied ;by tok disiceroing
tains.? Vardry McBee, Esq. landgrave as one of the greatest blessings of our cannot be .perceived bf any
: understand but know Major Mjgition. Jones the ground in an cle. His foot braced against the threshold vantages
-none gentlemen was on of the District, who was; "old enough and country rand ono of the dearest rights,secured to Wherever attempt is,mad
and and fro cutting nstant' seconds took their force that could be applied to his Federal Constitution, at ,and all YL all '
Bangs"- be paced to The respectiveplaces and al'th'e hear and us by tbe any,,- and them forth the fallacy isso
near'enough to discover set
his keen black eye at the rest of the and the whO bad been appointed -i > could not force him t'cuter the ; remed\berhe'gu18" basards,'and to the last eitremity.Keaolvedr to
person acted chair- illusion vanishes before
of the battle"of Cowpens, as That look separate-State manifest that the
I we npon
, Jt .company, with many significant winks and to give the word, asked-"Are you room. At" length, Jones uttered in a feeble main.: After prayer by Rev VVm. Capers secession as calculated to weaken and destroy the the light' of truth; and ,those'wbo''impel the

f, -gestures. ready, gentlemen 1" voic- IOn tof BishoCapersthercading' of the institution of slavery as it now exists in South people fcrtbw act of folly.adopt'grandib.
.: .At this. juncture, some three or four step- "Aye," replied Jones. "I die, Major-but" tf Farewell 'Address of ,Washington, the adoption Carolina and we believe that it will involve the stylej;land talk of honor arid magnanumityi '
o to.the thus addresaed aud !I" the scarce able to "tet. boys1-shouted:-B.ngs, let country in civil war and ruinous taxation,and result quent
man Major
-I1 p young "Stop yelled me go he of: the.Report and.;Resol utipiuv and a in dishonor and disgrace to the State., ; and quote passages from Mr.Calbouu'aand
: proffered their friendship in the affair, at the ceep feet. me go !" -and with a'conclusive'effort' patriotic ode to tbe."mountall men-from! ,the Resolved,That we will oppose, as we love the ',Mr- AlcDuffie's speeches, 'as, if ;tbc y .
same time encouraging him to resent the insult "What's the matter!*' asked Peters, woke from their bold and: ; fled, thougb not the
- apiroaching. Rev;. Thomas..Frean, an ,.address",of two honor and prosperity of South Carolina adoption .Were'applicable to the circumstances of thi
with becoming: t-pirit. ,,: until be had brought some 'three or four ) a of measure which must entail such nataitiga- those ,statesmen
hours delivered by Gen.Yaddy. Thomp- Were great
r Had he remained was misfortunes State, without the possibility present day.
to'make ted on our '
"I exclaimed the think there's chance with to 1
despise-asliuik Major, "Dud't
any
you himl the'for. would son,-which the .Patriot.yswas .warmly of being a remedy for the evils apprehended now alive, they would be among the'first.to
V with a grim look. it upi Peter!" whispered the Major. a ,-matter. audience. The. samepaper of look and seek. avert
received by,the large : and for the protection our righta we stem ,this torrent, wqnld to.
,j-' 4'Who do you call.aslfnk, sir 1"Jk I "Wbat Major, would the challenging party ia.ve.heen exploded, lo lanes unable to restrain adds; '. to the aid and. co-operation the other slaveholdinz the"danger it.threatens. Their former wrings
'.1f the shoe you can wear.it,1 .. prpose a'cmlUomis! That.'wouldn't .bis! mirth, sprang 1 the bed and States. -- different 'circumstances altogether
,.. '"Yes, sir. fl let you know that, I'll do: ,. you., know. ,There's no chance unless joined lithe laugh:; "The ball is' in motion; .;' and will 'roll ,Kesolved, that we recommend to V eur".nile- i under ;"quoted' tin

submit to nJne of vour n inslnc.old- -Blusterand the proposition comes fro Mr. Jones !Re It bad now;:grown late, and- Bangs' was DO' till it 'passei through: the length and cession friends throughout and the State, to in meet'South in flame, are the"now minds brought'upand of the people l J and fojnstujr
district;pariah neighborhood
'._ Brickbats," '_ ,your is at 6lk Major Bangs permitted.to.-e.t his bed in quiet He slept breadth of the Slate. 'Spartanbnrg will giveit every Carolina,and express opposition to the folly and the conduct. 'certain J ers..Uow.. song '-
'., .; DtumerudBrickbats.4nsenceTbnnL -your bQQL"' ; in.an,out-house belonging to eJ. a thousand litb"oo'Qle"day: in August. madness of separate'secession'and to instruct the people of.this' State continue to:bedeceived. 'J >
der and luriw-do you know who you are Thisappeal 7WU :s fcent the Major tie room., which .was uponthe ground floor, 'York'and 'Chester'will 'follow :*nlt" 'The their'members.of the,Convention, ill writing, \\-iI1. .by this abuse. of great autho tlal. ';"
.talkinto3", _" his to i there several" b' dsbut.he was the only dealtf-knell of!eecession" hasbeen rung;- with the name ot every voter appended.to oppose bso
,'1 courage up point. were the with al} their strength and influence. How)long will they! eufifertbemselves o
nerve same
( -. "Yes-I'm talking to old Bluster and Brickbats 'em t go a bead," said he. leriant.-'Filled::: with tbe most horrible forebodings The''people of Sooth'/Caroliria have "recov. Resolved,'That we do hereby Instruct our Senator rorsl&ft 'Ho> bog wiiribe'abaoioa;

.- -old Trwel and Mortar-and if b"it. 'wAre you'ready, gentlemen !". ,-be sought his lonely apartmentandcommenced 'ered from the' anic.which> "passed over. them, and,Representatives in the Legislature to themierves!toj.the:jdictationorineonipeteatleadera .

.; : n'fboton he'll get a worse thrash-' "Yes," was the answer of both parties.1., to'divest himselfof jdothes. last winter.- In less than< two'years t\8eces-; vote against the call of the State. Convention and I, .When:.will they rouse'theswelres
his life." "one two His boots obstinately refused be so :will be laughed:at in this Stat ." r do all in their power to defeat the assembling of taking'
"i.; tn he'ever.ba in 'FirebaDg thret"-'bang dr'o. ;sion; a body *Q revolutionary in its purposes,and so unfairly and exhibit a;manli;:eff-relial1c bt
::: ":: j" crowd round ,you .now- ",/our, five.. 'Stop"J! i they.were rlted' to remain, hatn ; We'have ,only room'for the resQlutions elected by 'small minority-'the -peopleof their own...fate' into their own bauds I IIr
can talk: big. -Major 1 can Both'pistols bad es 0''minor Importance : ay Carolina. ., 1 assemblies 'and speak-
1.1r you Wel, Bangs teen dlsbaleMaJor : tk. ari adopted by the meeting, and the.;sterl- South -- meetTng'iB primarY *
I 'be found whe be', friendvit'him; Bangs' between tbe 'ne. permitted looccupy their respective} jug and sensible letter,.ofMr., Poinsett.,, 1 Resolved, Tb t,hould the said Convention members assemblewe to- ing in tbe'name of the.people-repizdiatirth*

". ;-but be fight in aar.r m. ''ait'enjpaces After the discharge of his pistol be could no places;' Thus half undressed, be threw.him The report argues with, conclusiveforcethat ; vote against do secession hereby-instruct'our and t.exert. influence clubs and: onvenConsyhicb threatetf:OUYnQbletatewlUlfUifl '

" settles his .", .. longer.stand, but fell forward on both knees self into his b and,endeavored to find in -tbe i.of Georgia and Y-irginia! to prevent a calamity dire.nl its consequences I., ..... ,
people
% : bally g, be turned ad'walked off to A-proposition was, then-made bybls friends'for the arm .' of Morbeus'a refuge'' from;;tbe Alabama and North.Carolina have as much to the slave holding States, and 10'-acceptable. ., .May this"! auspicious. day ) :\\I tk ig b&
I f.another corner of the room, apparently quite ra-recoiiition\i : \ ,the :.matter.'. But upbraidings Rui.t1 enaienc; But there 'otillJl and firmness,in de- to the abolitionists of the North.' rr dawnof returning NOse and reeote/MJjftr .
intelligence,
,t.::',. Content bat th matter ,should, proe.'no :; wasj ;.orJ ,; swore 'that Major was no sleep' flTbe horrid spectacle: fence ofljhetr.pat rfebts-,as thtf people of S9ilthCarolinathatjf ;( Resolved to secede,.That, should we are satisfied the said the Convention act of secession determine -.dom;'and fromheoCefoInatthCP: It ,

/arther*. : :,.was &6jojl: o Bangs haauemp to dodgeand'that ,hewould of,the:dying JoiiesTasconstntly. before _the.Jnstitutioa! of.slayery must be submitted to the people! of South Care South aroIina. govern, tbemselvc9iin4
;". ..orjhree. who proposed his" frieds and the field'until the matter him'and be involuntarily cast his eyes about be endangered South Carolina,jt,ia equalJy tins[ for ratification or.rejeetioJl. and;.that unless frowu down.al. attempts.wbethu- '
I' tb Rt the: blood. The if be momentarily,expected L this be done it.wil1 be treated as a nullity bye la lead na
leDtSd bun challenge :. was te by: .. the room; as -_ *a itf the other Southern, itale&-an.UIIU : ing from ignorance or. design ?
the
ring.of of State. : : 1
assured 'him, was a great, coward. pistols .wee'rJoed.! \ "- .. 1 visit from the devil. .H.now' commene| to hence the absolute necessity ,of. ,con er pI( .large' majority That of.the we people further'.instruct'our:,:'Dele- at from their natural/nend* and"allies>iatoihe
.a.nd.would quit the territory. b. for be c.would1bI. "11 was such:a,' bloodthirsty rain.violently, and the rattling;; i :!. action "and-ao.operatioa tamongst.'at! ?[the:; rates Resolved: to the.StaU"Convention ia casoit should lonely and.wide.waste of secesjcivil-

: ., :" : : :_;, j villain,. I'd'never bavecbaUengedhim J rain'upon 'berrOoftwhich at, another me slarebolding States who,bave.aTight.toob-: ;* .assemble, to procure an f alteration in the.basis of wa'r, and causeless revoltttloa. ;:
: beneath my' .notice,'' said the : ,!',shuddered the Major "1 see it plain had been.p 'ocaIi nJo Asleep, was .M.no'Op14 to Souttt.Carolina'*wparate:>etiunt _on, i representation in this State M that the people of have the .hono 1o. be,gentlemen $odrobliged -

;$ ;.J)0", JrPt dirty.inyfingern with bur'? I enough-I'm" a rde'matter:Ior'the ;to him jand'evervasthe: ,"ivid lightoing'gTared Ject the ronnd that it will endangr the common South CZO1IIflay the different be sections tquaily of and the fairly State.represented I I and devotedf llow- itiien '.. :
in .
A IJor ,beall., over muzzle of his month upon bis face,he shuddered withconyulniy&horroiV : to I :,JlPolNSETL .'
Instructed
.1 i a lre a te interest-: :Ai; iw, pissagei. willKsboj Jb$ '"-Resolved;That theybft rurt.lJet li o .
' Jqw bafprfrqicrniDg( that: A1jor Banjos pas of adulch-ovenAnd' ,,he'. ..,wit buc' ;Thetorinbec me'more spirit and ; .of the reportt alter the Constitution of thU Sta .,M as to give _ToJJe .'.B. tfq 'Y.1ii l1
I temper ;
,backd.oiby.d. /ones, )!l1.I.thatChallenge I.b't.'! : violent J ,'tbelightning careered madly;through the election of Governor ,the people,and make Dunham; andrithermeEa'he&iiibe. .CoaiL-'. \
.JID 7'!', -' ..., 1 t flb'>o,*Major. '. v"I'm tbe sky and, tbe .deeptoned.th.vndcrshooktbe i "Unde.tb' i mit'ri :and: withtifullknowledge It the duty-Electors of the Legislature President"to.aad.Tio.provide for.frt'the mitteej Greenville SCC/fc; : ,_*,. "' -

Hi wootjdo,'eTii. 1re-mj! sure of it,"/or I hearuI'em'wbii'aboutmy (ear b .t int,rvals.. Thji Major's imagina* that niiother.SOUtherettewiIl dent election of the.United SuusIa. .SJouUi. Csruiin& b7thepoopto. Jtj *** *fmi "Hi i
,bi head like a',war c-I bumble-bees.. ;Bat 'tipri'had.been'wroughtto"a'. ; fearful 1 pitch of : co- perateith'hit .11 )fjpos .by PT ti.keaolvedTbnt < ,. :'CROPS'is.'CAROiJsi.-i-'A:i AAMa'..' '

0h!I.,certainly,. Major, You >nst >I not, I'M, die like.manof,, bonorPeters'j,, *', excitement He,thought be heard;the tramp the secessionists South Carolina, thai, this -'we'deem it advisable Cto bold Kas just,returned'.froni'5 tow, 4hi.por. .

submit. ,his threats.1 _\ ;. :Tut, t'Major, keep, a', atf : died in h\'oomfbeiraiSed( ; ) biit heed and tate'ehall Mt" nly' piratehereelfri! in Anti-SccesiouxConTentioala'!Columbia.on tloos o(, Carolina;,''I inforrttias ';tha : { :

.",Your sure..be.wont Jih1'r"'j ( :--, 'rou.Jletb him'this time?'. ..T upper'Up beheld ob; orfOr!-a-demon;apprqaphingj the'FedralUn19IbtJfCckfl! teptberslavihIdiit ::cmUlie'e'thta the mend first to our Monday antl-teoesgioa'December friendi next,ro1lCbOQ\and;reoom-the both command cottony are.bnizallyjrSingmOresd'ho -=

_" : ; o Jonei to the'ground.There"wan be beard..the-eloVe.ft-'footrand-. the glar<.. SatatbuaprOjiosTtiofl Eitat* to send delegates to,the said eourentiun.LETTEft 'I( asserts; than fee. ,
4' ,"'write,, ut a thallehge r'! and> lil a/rush to thpo .'His*.bra ifg'eyef of ''fire. : Tbei horrible"coayiction: t l-t" 1,":weqjft'b.' ', b t tsprningP : F iOM.JRp: lN m sQ., : cedlDlf'e'rj..r.W. rp*JaJ .k"iWir1Be4 f,
.blow him to h rl. JlowdarqbecallinBI a- was covered:with.blobd.ii K ,-. '' ... that ihe devil!;)luuTcomeWhim: ,juahedrupon "httr aitd more UAtEf eling,t'HtiSO : that. the C4r6KnJantraprospects tIis bIe15eW1 tb. tbe

]'tersnd.Dnickbats. ,If4 have.- been, ft brlckrJBiason 'r: "Obr,flY,G9d!I"UCWmed": IngIJtl.Y; biii mind and JJ-.shraBkfquaking,>vitl'fearUea1lonTheIIkerCyieat at the N rtli>:}nOlay r"of, el1forW .GiMTJ.Jar&: 'JnTitatlo'n wby'Ictter toimportantsubject ;addies1 ota'thq f'bC'shundahc4. 1d LhaIh' :

..-wbars. that" bis ,business; .K ;. ibut1bIosebed'ii1tdi thiThe1ijiUyiTiie rai1Mbeen iaueithcJlTlly; tl lidgof lWti-aece&qO"1It :-W .
squire'let's take aomc Jisoof. aad then,mj' Utc.: n"foiHeaven'sakeru ,,! 1tiap.f "a:;too. :, :.f'o ;demQQ': by itbJ c-op in.IbeV al'1\r t.QrIJ of asceiattclebratiofl of i ovij uithrUieiatiWeWe h.i1e. '. .
write lbs cbai1enge '. """. 'I pjy 'God| what :hav 'I1 done I* The derl the IigbningHnta'tho4. tee; ,q '. f r.fk 1 .tu'jjQauingaouivereary 'dCiici'. '_., '_'. ".."_".-"...,'!';. "iw.f"___ ',-":'
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-ts&ccordingly Bo"lrith *torn; or .jfoutfntodi will get my II IortbIs:r 1.IJoal wa ptPta"Y:g jtslibrpd.t light ntothWrooti'he: r a't ad. ltt"lntda 1'I1e m ld'br'tho4ntUnd:tefl. j}rdayrud altBougb; tune.i ii short,"J bas4tetocoml'with .l Mobile' -eraT1 LTribat\leitnithat .t :

.v |''j &jbe.:bar,,. nd, flit:. ade botfj: VYby a W j.- | M could- .:.percelrir< j .Rtlfn'Jt""fea KpQw bll f ajj4'd ciar ,d n !\ Wtl4 your at---: J &* ." r.wu < I -: : ,t
f1to
r ell\tp' iHM / f *** 1* *
.;hannr/ifluorw! a paAdlot.w"J lld Ot'r 1/ ; '1-' u4 i huJ Love1foobiEi ;siind.b\r-4 aifeind""I efe {dBI f sMy,.view*auiopiuionrcon;tbii subjecthire.already da1't' .roaINoy :'.
"a'ti- 1'J1o.u1e bed
for hl console ache4he ; placin 9-;" oL-takii.it .
,.ad a challenge drawpn4iorztebyoueof : J I : duel was on thr"n
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tb. party'jtoj thsopposite AWjr.: ,. J jwiftaTIiito tni'iith"Ie' ltP9 tb& dp srp d ith : ,r4 iigb't's. ot::||fi9j> th..Tb 7 P ntuttents t& I ;been fulMnitted. tc m.tlfeUow1 : bqiwea-M T i. :' 0". -
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chJeogUlduJ1< ihe Ilfle4 riferriiig to;!1-P' .
dist1igQiabeditat
D6t.he smelt th bnirn utst! l'inenaod '
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,S ." O.. Scott. ba been received Vilh an enthusiasm only ;; i\, .gaba.' ,-# 1Tehnaitepio f Railroad l a declaration,that thedccuroefl&irv testrmorfy i fred. of by e *
t Oar contemporary of the Petersburg equaled by her firsireceptiori hi Jfork, I i: 'RecentihtentgenievffromCaa: s\; ', i indicatesat "AmidTheancouragmgjToipt.etof: which his award\aaobtati4wU forged in a manner unbecoming an'fmmr&racting officer .

j/* leffirencrr,.like. the other Whig journalists -syi that'otvngtoTIbe tnmultbatside! the I ib t -' 4 *tr ; -V, tbTe.'a nd false; and that be;,.bad jbeen'fleeced by and' lit foood' '
f P1 of toe South, look with suspicion upon .theauspicies Nightingale fainted i She.'wat.ImmediaiJelytaken the:revolutionists thai 'island"'werefonnlng b nantepec: survey for a 1Ij -the* Iis rioverf his counsel! outoof the gitalef;part of the a gentkman. was guilty. on

under which Gen. Scott.takes the to the'ruldenc of.the Rev; Dr Rippi' .a,nucleus" }.o"e vicinityotPrto! trincpe .bfj l good harbors'?at" nfnii.?. arid. imburii. and that be walL goinrto,Europe taI all' the specifications.We .
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'. E field. The Intelligencer says More th1n. net door to the tburh, where retrtves.. P It 'will be -rememberedthaton' the ascer-t&nmentof-, : the-complete".practicability i I as pend the money- &c, M..Porte ira. 'absent have.a rather humorous toJU-5jf,
ypon
I one of our, Southern Whig.contemporaries administered by Dr. Naughton from New York'and Jn the country
w the..3d May last nine of the citizens of the '
1 have taken, .S'Ound,against the, nomination' ing become calm, she returned and continued principal underking" a 'mentioned 'when this lale'wa l got ,op and did 'hot receive the merts: of the mineral spring near.AJ1i .
of.
tet of Gen: Scott for the Presidency chief. the concert. After h r arrival in Albany, u rto..Principe were :irrestt'iI-on-- some time.since in a letter.published from the summons-td attend-the jcrand jury t oTr frauanonymaTWtite omewbitiijn

'1 .1 reuon asrimed is, that the.General is supposed she addressed 'a letter t Mayor:Pery,.who ,the,charge,of being concerned.in a conspi*' rehnantepec-the:'annulment :of the grant till,tbe.,th., He arrived here on F idaT.anddi .witbi J j lI e cf.t\I'il: '.

' to.be'-on too good terms with Seward jtromptly visited her. From the conduct ofthe cy against the Government Tour:other)&; t o Garay,-under which the' company were and disclaim every word attributed i into a ratjier offensive rtfectiodJIPOO the.,
Jj ; and the higher law putyat the North. at she anticipated the 1 him, declaring oath that the whole i* .
people Hartfor of .whom the Government; ilU iasvi'i! operating, by, the. Mexican "government, o of the author of 't the '
As of Gen. Scott's told falsehood letter from M. curacy description we
; 1. yet, we are unapprizeu : same treatment ; the Mayor a base A appear .
-Lt opinions in relation to Compromise; but her she need be under no apprehension of pursuit escaped' to tbe: mountains wherethey p iroropted as much1 doubtless bythejealous:; *' Porte to this effect in,the Union." published, and therefore *.1w1th\0't.

.,.:; of one fact "we feel well assured. If' Gen. that kind. .since 'b en'.join'e: by"upwardsof 1 es an4 fears .of bat: government. ]' as any "v' The"Grand:Jury:}: baa according to.,Jat r I >ut,as it is rather waggish, if
Scott:is not in lavor ,of the Compromise twenty of their comrade, who 'are"i implicated. other'cause. has for the'present. .suspended i ntelligence, indicted Dr. Gardner, and his friends saytbey would like to see it i in print
and determined to'resist ,
'.I. all measures attempts to resolutely disturb them he will look in : Htllll Blr-DBLlC'AI They have .taken 'with them.-'a operations on. the work .In: pursuance, of brother Carlos Gardner' ;. for perjury.The j it shall, come. oat' 'r ', '

' the printing pres'and other.: materialsand. the decree the surveying party were ordered In
vain for any support from Whig party '" l alter WaS bailed in the sum of $8,000. '.I6J'-As .the ,A No. 1 fu.tenedf
,; ; \ of the Soatn.. The Whigs of the South ,III a re" scattering) Iberl.opmions' from' their to l leave. the country, and toTenforce it t troops structions have'been .sent.'toTEurppe'tolajpi copper

be satisfied with nothing less than an expliyt J ACKSO'N'VrLLE: place of retreat; They find no. :difficulty i in were despatched_ at pCinl along.the, line the- ,doctor.The"escape .., ,. steamboat f S1tzi! l! which, has :Ia1eIyrsumedits .

: declaration, from any man who maybe a fron PtertoPrin.ipe. : prebend ,, i place on our waters, bring to us the 4.. .
receiving ample American of
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i candidate for ,the Presidency, that he not Thursday, July 31st, 1851. sl dent
I .$ >! Terence B J flew M Manus, City at the moment when our bebdonadal --
c seized and detained for
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only is satisfied with the Compromise, ports wa *
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bill Planters' The New"Yo.'k Sun (for several ''years the authorities. frorn'hii confinement in.New So tliyal ?, ab .take wings to tbilrnit.trn.
: will, if elected, place his veto on any Convention. whi.le by : These facts _and

; repealing the Fugitive Slave Law, or render We perceive that movements are being past a. fomenier and strenuous.advocate'of 0Cubarevolutionannouneeetha'ia. event* which have _transpired. ,Indicate seem' to '.have been',- hailed i in San Francisco bowered sanctum.of our generous i iontir1ecraipatence

;., ing it less efficacious than it is, at present. I ) .guerrilla Amefrcan' with the liveliest demonstrations: ,of joy. in_ re Po ding,o'h e' reapretful -
made in this State for appointing a representation that Mexico fears that not only an : '
' In comparison with this,'all l.the old i issues : received witb interpellations.
, of about 50 from bad The_ fugitire.patriot i was open Vith'eqaaldfei.ence *
men .Principe
party railroad but American and
aink into the, merest insignifiance, and it IS to a proposed Planters1 Convention. people principles : '
., proper and right that the, \V bigs at the North A meeting with this object has been called commenced operations at,Coscarro, a village: also, wilt become, fixtures !in her, territory arms,'and--theloniy: drawback, )in the gen'r shall.we return categorical replie7-tut:

:flt.%,t' ehoald know it at once, ana distinctly understand in i Leon. Every interest of society can pro-, between Principe and the Port of ..Nuevitas.This .: and hence the)injunction,to the'great. t'satisfaction was i the'intelligence of the we mast have time. The almost prompted
: that if. "nominate who failure of Smith bBrien and hm comrades cannot expected of'a* in answering .
:they a man account U gives from J Principe under of have .qae*
JII mote itself improvement. 'The corp s r I
has .the slightest leaning to tbe faction of by to.opertion-ommerciall date of 28thof June.. The Sun.ur r returned home and ;the ,President eyors of*the Te- i in their attempted flg1tlrorn the'severe,captivity lions.alternately'.propounded by"sages" ,wnd I
I Seward, Johaston & Co., they must make professional, agricultural and mechanical. ; make '
been editorship a pastime to fill i the'i
: Sir jofterval
n, 1 arrangements to elect him without the ad These have,all held from time to time con- Hates that Thody of 116 lancer* and infai huantepec company, has proceeded, it is'jsta- inwhichtheybave beld.by.' up< l
.
k't of a single ,State South of Delaware.-We I. ventions for deliberation upon their wants try were in 'pursuit of' the guerrilla patriots ted, to Washington,'to.confer with government -: %Vm. Dcn 1i80n' The feelings of1 the Californian of;fficial professional leisures' '.

,, repeat WUAl .>the declaration- that we .know.. _not, and.policy. Many questions will come be- and that.the J latter manoeuyeriup, wir" on the state of afiairs. The.company *, on this occasion will be, l largely Later f,rom*California' .-XrUliPatrUt..' .
vw.avwvMw->*w.u- > "* l-; -
\-"h t The fact,that he'was.burn and bred in Virginia foie a convention of Planters at the presen t ;. .kr .i..._. oiahe ccovcrnment troop I has also advrllaedfor a new, corps of '500 I shared'by _the. people of the'Atlantic States: Arrived.' .

- 4 ,'would! justify the hope that his views time, particularly in connection with the and endeavoring to draw them into',anv- laborers, and it is said are about to despatcb complimentary dinner was"riVtD,to, Mr. from. The sieatOerBao-thca the iJojunuK; sailed* :
Chagres 7tb inst
W. are in;: accordance 'with the opinions of the: Southern and bush to destroy them. A pronunciameuo with the of undertaking McManus, to which'about two hundred gentlemen on ,and arrived at'
diversion steamboats
' great staple, a of r two ,purpose. NewYork on.the'17th,having on board U o
; I Southern w take Whig no roaD party.,on trust.But upon He this must subject not- l labor to other puuit which will be of novel I was expected t be made on the 4th of July\ the work-we suppose nolens.voleni.A"steamer sat. down. The' San Francisco'Her- hundred. d': thirty-eight! :Iassensersled
Coscarro is miles from the aid gives' account of the 'entertainmen four hundred and thousand
:;t. only come out manfully on the side uf the and deep 450 Capital.; was not long since ordered willkspatches arr sixty-five dollani'in

:s. Compromise the Union, but solemnly The Savannah News, which heralds thisas ( t from New Orleans to 'Tehuante. from which we take the following: cisco! gold. She brings ,dates from San'Fran
the
',((1. I pledge himself to use all the powers of the Columbia Oouty.-Ealy Cottons the "opening of the Cuba Revolution,1adds V pec, but she was refused a ctearnceby C. Brenham, Esq., the Mayor; of ltbe city The to burnt 14th June. :
1 I1 1 Presidential office in frustrating the incendiary presided.-On the right of the chair sat Terence districts nearlyrebuflt. The .
A from the
writes following :
correspondent us the Mexican Consul in that city. Tbi markets are overstocked,.and low
I prices are
: Bellew.McManux E
;: ,attempts of there who wuuld "uproar Algtortbat i., the -guest or '
'ill : the universal peace" for t. e purpose of accomplishing seed cotton of this year's wa "A private letter received by a Cuba gen appeal to be the complexion of affairs by; the evening, Thomas Butler King, Eq''Col- ere :Mining and_ agricultural! accounts- are"
, !: exhibited at the store of A. J. T. tlemen in this city, confirms'tbe above Intel lector of of a favorable nature. .. .
; Uieir Own :fih and wicked Wright on I the latest accounts. Cns.toJrnl"the :Hon. Mr. Holmes, '
linence. The letter 'which have The Indians i the Southern '
we seen in ol
part tie
r- the inst late 'of South Carolina Ron Mr.Wei : .
from .
endl.Rd&monclltpubli"n., 21st tbe of .
plantation James : Oh the subject the Stae '
that on the 3d 50 patriots werein, Washington correspondent : continue troublesome"Several .
t c; i state ins ler, late of t Oho, the Hon..Mr,. Green,' of
vlI. S. Jones, of Columbia. This is the eariest the town of Corrocos, the government I of the Charleston Courier writes: Texas. Gen Addison bn the left the incendiary attempts have lately

..':'l llTiiR RIGHTS OF TilE SLAVE STATES.- we have heard of the present season, I has sent a body of 110 men to attack them "The Teh uantepee Railroad Company Hon. Mr. Gwin, U. S.;Senator of California were <, beJ1mad, ; 'destroy. the city of 'Sah'Fnu>.

We fiad ah article headed as above in that I Ith almost literally taking the off the arid that on the night of the 3d, 200 patriots have established: an .office"in this city, and J I Judge 'Marry, of tbe Superior: Court, ';the CISCO. '
ably conducted the Southern S. rag left Puerto Principe, to reinforce the 'erril- t I Mr McMASCs, one'of the Imb.'patrioll
: very paper ( bush." lear from some of their Surveyors that th i Hon. Mr. McLean late of Maryland, :the ,
,
C. Patriot which strikes : las Corrocos. The of Puerto Prin (who bad been banished New South .
) us as pre$ nling the at people recent stisfactonly' completed, Hon.-Judge Tompkin, late of Miss.&c to Wale! -
! in calm, and truthful cipe, had sent the $1000 and I urvey.wa by English for' a part .
subject so just a manner revulutionist the whole route being perfectly practicable Aftet the cloth was removed, the Mayor government cil>a
that we transfer the leading portion uf Compliment Senator Morton were providing amunito arms and provisions But they will necessarily be embarrassed by; rose and proposed the first.toast, aa follows Iron in the late Irish' rebellion,) has made'h'*
! the article. to the columns of the Republican. The citizens of Pensacola of both parties for them."The the revocation of the grant for the construe : escape, and arrived safely.at' San'Francisco.

if I The editor of the Patriot, one of the ablest i ij have given a complimentary Dinner to Sen distance from Corrocos to Havana is tion of the road, under which they an The Union of. the S'att-The safeguard He was received with much>nthn 'asm by

j and most experienced men in the South, declares -1 about 400 m.les,and as it requires from six to I II with the grant. wouli I of our happiness, power and liberties, and the city authorities. and' citizens,acd entertained
V.t the institution of slavery to be '-saferthis ator Morton. This is well merited, not only nine days .communicate by mail between proceeding tint the enterrise.. I the hope of Freedom. to the wp'rW-blightet with a public 'dinner.: ViiLLUiiiSuini

;; day than it ever was in the world." Is by the lofty motives which have actuatedthe I these pint it is probable that the movement seem complied with tne'terms grantee, of his Garay, ba, and no be the hand ever raised to divide or .disturb O"BBiEN'j and'other Irish'exile?,'o.ade

'1"; lot this true Tbe Patriot thus expresses political course of Mr. S..but by his nn patriots' was not generally that the revocation of the was 'there it: (EnthuffFastic cheering.) I an unsuccessful 'attempt to escape.atu'tLe. .
itself: known at Havana at the time of the grant Air.Patrick's, day in the_morning. sametime.'S. -C."
I : remitting attention to the minor and locl I sailing; fore a matter of course. But at the nex I. -
. ; VBnt are the rights of the slave States inucU interests of his whole constituency. of the Isabel, on the 8th inst. Had it Veer I session of the Mexican Congress this. difficulty The Mayor lien gave as the next toast: News.from.Astoraa (Oregon,) tothe3b,

U' i Jeril that we should now dissolve the known, however, the government wbuli I will obviated.''; The President of the United Stales-The state'thatGen.LtEbad? been elected! a'delegate .

; Union in order to.preserve them ? It is true have taken care to suppress the news."' first Magistrate< of the Republic,' and the to Co greSs.. ,The"crops are'prpinisihglGeneral

'. we have been grossly insulted, and indignities Right of Secession How..Claimed S first citizen'of a free' people: May bis- virtues '
LA'ER FHOAI HAVANA. Augt Electon.In. TlianluztTlug Dajr
: f7 offered which have justly excited the We think we have shown, to the satisfaction the is lend an additional lustre to his office
t
More about the Revolution. 'elections () It is Slated'that an effort is being made
: southern people.' But this was the case at of all parties-if Indeed the effor and dignify the administration of its duties by
iE' From the Savannah last. those a Governor, Lieut. Gov., Legislature, continued Governor\Vo,' Obi,- in 'pursuance'"if'
the formation of the constitutio'n; more than has Rablw1 of Saturday (Long cheering.) '
, not seemed superfluous to those in the and_ ten members of. Indiana ha, a j joint resolution of the Ohio :Lrgislatarrt
The in
4 I sixtyyears ago. Notwithstanding this bit The steamship came .in to Tybee, Congress. Mayor proposing, next toast
; terness'of feeling and prejudice then our: habit of marking the givings-.out of Southern 10 o'clock yesterday morning. The sleame r likewise to choose ten members of Congress paid a beautiful compliment"to.thetalenls: to have a'uniform day of'Thanksgiving and,

i I rights were seen red and have been maintained extremists-that the right of secession / Stone, Capt STEVENS, cmmunicte with I The election in Alabama is for Governor, gallantry and chivalry of Irishmen,' Speaking prayer has, }jn all the States with of.the the Executive Union, dbe
' ever since. Slavery has in been claimed her there off and I of .M'cl\1auus.be said corresponded of
grown stiength, /u from the constitutional I taking a passengers : Cordially we
Legislature and members of the Several
States the
The
seven Congress
in numbers and in value the Mails. welcome him to this on subject ,day
ir and is still on the We U. S. landWe open ourhearts
p4. increase. i Does this look like the institution compact. adduced Mr. Keitt, conspicuous We are indebted to our contemporaries -s o f In Arkansas a member of Congress is to b to him, and extend to_ ,'him the.right- selected will most probably be the last Than:

: being destroyed ? Not at all. It i U i as one of the orators at the late Fort the Havana press, for their several lavors elected. Missouri, Illinois, and Iowa have hand of fellowship. As Americanste.weJ day in November. This is righ i 'arid 'we

J : safer this day than. it ever was in the world.: Moullrie celebration; and we since quotedthe I being supplied with complete files C already .chosen their Congressional delegalions. come him to out shores-the 'home'of the bupe 'all the States of the Union will 'adopt
will
the It be, the
I We have just as much right to suppose that L LIit language of a writer adopted by the Faro Industrial, Gatetat and DarodlaJla- This have oppressed and down-trodden of all nations- suggestion. "sublime
year they elec
the federalgovernment will destroy the value Southern Press, who construes the ana, extending down to the. .i cu- simply'to I and as Californians we ,hail bis, arrival m spectacle" ever, contemplated. : ,
3J .. of our land as the value of our slaves! .' right to sive. local and judicial officers. .North Carolina among usA with pride and .ple Sue. (Tremendous Pott* BreccbcM u' .,

! S Indeed; there is more danger of the former reume pte" &c. in the Federal Consti We find in the Faro, in most unostentatious will choose nine members of Congress. In I and; long continued.cheering.) Gentlemen f- -
:,
remember Dr. don't
:4: than the latter. Ten times more injury bas tution, right of secession. We type a synopsis of a report transmitted I Tennessee the 'election is for Governor, Le- give )'ou- bY Potts you 1'-'

45 5 already been done to the real estate of South I said the writer declared this to be the righ t the Governor General by the Commandant and eleven members Our,Guest-Terence Bellew-McManus: ,said! Jones' to'me yesterday over our todJy?.

.. Carolina by the federal government, than I of secession. In this our immediate cotem. of the Department of tbe Centre. This; gislature Congress:' Ireland gave him birth, England a dungeon, "To bilL be. sure Do I do jibe think sued I me' for a- die.tors

'I. there ever.has;been to slave property. By department comprehends the jurisdictionof The following was the 'predicton ofaneclipse America a home, with a hundred thousand _" you can eYerforlet.that' '.'. .
: corrects us and 'S
ri the porary ; regards its being
purchase and vast accessions of new ter a Puerto Principe. welcomes ,
jc ritory to the United Stater, lands in South I claimed a this identical right, we stand cor This report slates that, having hear o f appearing in the papers preceding It would be impossible to describethe, en- ." -certaihlr nof raid Jones.. "We!..

Carolina have diminished in value to a very reeled. But it will not be denied that the the rising of certain parties near the date specified : thusiasm which followed the announcement did you ever know, how he was sepmtcilfrom'bisvife1" .- ',

great extent. These accessions, too, have writer was contending mainly for the cipe, measures were taken i pursue them;: i On the morning of the 28th inst. there of this toast.. \vboe'company! rose and .1kYe. .'' !*'
i foiever the prerogative that the iustant in tbe : will be of the its continued for ;, be beat her once. "/
prevented, possibility of our on 5th at o'clock an eclipse sun on northernlimb cheering several minutes,:
lands increasing much in value. But they i. of secession to sustain which be alleged !. evening, the 2d Cavalry Regiment of He which will be visible more or lessthreughout I Air-The Exile of Erin. -"But do you know for what?"
.
.
:c have opened a new field for labor, and thereby the sovereignty) of the States, and cited I Majestycommanded by Don Joaquin Aguero, the United Slateswith the exception : I Mr. McManus rose amidst a perfect storm "No; I sUI'JINe.heVaS jealous.*:
increased the value of slaves. the. right to '. encountered of them ; of the .. It 'of and "Not a bit ofitIt was 'all about his
our This resume powers, &c. as an one numbering twenty- Suther part applause, was'so overpowered by &t" '
would be.the case even if they were entirely admission of that sovereignty and that o''f one persons, and put it to rout, capturing al ; will commence Balimore Washingtonand his feelings, as lobe unable proceed. He breech *
I "What! she them
then !? Aid I.
,wore .
excluded from all this new territory. The the same time two muskets, one or two can- Richmond at past seven said :.
withdrawal of the white labor secession as a corollary. In the very firs!t tc. &C. and in the be at uNo; ehe'sent them to hiss'one day at.,ar
from the old I nOD, cartridges, papers impli o'ctok morning, it greatest Mr. Mayor, Senator, Soldiers, and citi- ,
I States.would! make elaye labor so much line of his premise, he asserts the right ota f cating certain parties named-among them point at 5 minutes past 8, and at abut fens of California; and fellow-country I lecture.It happened thus : ,

more valuable. State to secede ficm the Union," a predica- emissaries alleged to have come from tbr 10 minutes of 9 o'clock. This. \ men-it is impossible your for me to find laa-' "You know Potts'was dismally' eccentric.
.J. Bu United States. Such i is in brief the Govern be less visible He was the most absent minded man ofmy
has more or throughout
slavery not been. excluded from I tnd his Europe this
upon subsequent arguments, whichare guage on occasion to express the tumultuous
aJlt this l region of country purchased and ment accountOur and the northern part of Africa It will be acquaintance,'et'peria'ty.wheo'he' called
by the United States. It is not ex-acquired the recognition of the retumptive po\vr: esteemed correspondent J. C. Buns central and total on the meridian i in long!. overpowered feelings with that the fill my heart.of I am.kindness : so upon to pay any thing ; and be thought nothing

eluded from' Louisiana. It is not excluded in the Federal Constitution and in the ratift I- HAH Esq., is one of the passengers by th' from Isabel to leave in the Florida this for and latitude 60 53 min. attempt He was a'very stingy man 'and never had
Missouri or Arkansas. Slavery: cation of that instrument by New York: 'day deg. nort. word tLe feelings'which'it: has excited in
,
but one suit of clothes at the time However >
New York. Mr. B. same
exists in East Florida and West Florida Massachusetts, Virginia,'and South Carolina, represents everything This eclipse was observable in this part of my breast. (Cheers.) I, aoi a plain blunt meeting bistailor be Jeit d
one
_day or
S The to be in in Havana.
State of Texas is a quiet state
f high opened to slavery' as a a basis of the sovereignty of,the States,. Florida for forty minutes from 3 min. pat man, and though at the best but a bad bandat a pair of,breeches- which were ssoi boras
I -
north up latitude.as thirty-six Utah degrees and New thirty'minutes "If," he says, a State has D right to resum BOJETIU none IMPORTANT- 7 &. M., the 28th. clothing my thoughts in language" ,'it is unknown to the doctor's, wife. "Having1 'to
I Mexico utterly impossible for
; with their vast and unknown regions, may; those powers, she has a right to ace/01 eri THE PROGRESS OFTHE' REVOLUTION! i'IC. I do not wish to refer me to the to past.do so We to-nieht.have!: .'lecture and that left :his morning old ,. be put .his nevr' op-

. i or may not be added to the Union as sian the Unio. And again, the ".righ of a Since writing the above, we have the" following A News failed in oun1l'ol1s and I paid the 'penalty.I : on Soon after be had ones out in his lvka.library Penlervd chair.-
Slates, the correspondent gone
just as people shall determine. received.by a Cuban '
} Slate to secede rests on its sovereignty. And important news, .pronounce have now another career before me; and'underthe the library ard his
p Let us remember, too, that slavery is now friend now residing in this city* It. !B' the the advertisement circulated of''a' receipt folds of that flag(pointing ..to. the seeing breecbw at once-
: in another the secede Is concluded the doctor bail ledt.
to to
place, right ,
u
protected by a strong and ttowerfuI.govern om substance of letter which'confirms, while for Ice for star I gone
a making ,' given the'sum of; spangled above) intend to remain, and citloitts.
ment If the Union bhou'd' be dissolved thing, and the policy of doing is quit it and extend the broughtby I : ; Potting the breeches op ia a par'
.5 our 8 corrects .ccount $2, to be a same .receipt to cling' to.Jt; with fidelity and .devotion; eel,'she-to prevent :mistake took it
cteh-penny-the -
r government will be comparatively a weak another." These propositions show the whole the Cherokee at New : wherever the principles it embodies bay an any
and being copjfd from old Text-books on Chem herself to the lecture room. Giving-the pr"celto.
. :. one being entirely a slave country, aim of the establish the HAVANA enemy, and wherever that flag has foe
will writer-to right o;f July 21,1851. .a. a porter she told him to hand it to the
attract the attention the of the
more and inter Ile'fcay materials
{ expen there will be
istr. found right-arm.- Great
a. ference of the abolition of ei-cession, a'I derived from the constitu I- Mr DEAR FRIEND :-Notwithstanding my. ( doctor immediately: ; She herself then ,wen?
.
Europe,
powers would than the worth of cheering.) Citizens of California
and the spirit! of fanaticism in.the Northern tibnal! compact p,and be certainly you may have heard. of the .movement at require more swearallegianceto r home 'The doctor was lecturing to a fashionable .
'ecAreb'Ime the 4th of which the ice after it is inanufactur d aud adds it :(Mr. McManus here kissed on
on the
: State*. | ." such thing" this ii reiteratIng Principe, July, was very ; 'I assembly "wonders ofehemi
The rights of the slaveholding Stales have a "'right happily conducted,' and of that to follow in that the most economical way for.those.who.( the flag, which' elicited the' most,;tremendous : try when. he received the parcel. 'As' hi:

been assailed, and will always be.assailed the right "to resume H, &c. He make: Tuna Holguin, Bayamo, Trinidad,'Baracoa, wish ice (in the absence of the article from cheering'.) Gentlemen, I ..cannot;proceed I. wife was in the habit of 'sendingdiagrams,
1 by madmen and abolitionist' The truths: resumption and secession correlative.! ,Tb e Guamut Guanajay, Pinar de,:Rio,'I send further;! shall therefore! conclude by &., which be bad left behind him the 'doctor

,? of 'Christianity! have 'been fiercely assailed, same author involves himself and who you folo\mg : The patriots from Principe our own i ice-house' ) would be to.imp tit. b]r I thanking the AlmigLty 'Giver :ofall J good: _thought it was sofiiethtpgco.inected

Iii aid will be.again and again'to the end of endorse him i in an J al firs'' are th mountains of Cascoro, Bteamer from, Savannah Darien., We I that he ,has.directed my steps toJhis.land- the lecture that he bad forgGtiea'.' "Ho there .
t
inconsistencyin whence they forth and destroyed the i to the land of freedom and .e'lual.trtotbel fore' it before. '
4_ time.. We may'expect every great interest sle venture the opinion.that, with.an ce.liouieconMrucicd opened the iudience, andto his
'. in a 'goyefninrnltobe attacked. But the qutinjtheIaigiiag. of the States naie to w ole.tomm BrigGen. Conti while more the l that .is 'sanctified by.theiashepf: : : ,a' astonishment indignation his cast-off-
sustain the doctrine secession be'was the nder u1d'tbaa onen Washington.f. ... .,- t' -
northern'people' have a'deep interest in slavery subs- crossing river Najasa. The patriots ex pressibles.'were: displayed them all.-
**Veil ourselves. They consume quenlly.saying that two of captured Gen. C. ald' about 100 'i which' ice bis'lately !stored'* in"tis' .. Mr' McManus resumed hi&seatiand was The'uproar jhat foilovred;! compelled.hrffl' to
ibeS.vrySttesMuMcbuieUI
and.laye on the ptoducts of slave labor- 'and of his men, while sbme.50 were .'drowned. town, a ) ',could,be;presertec again greeted with the most nthusiasticand. conclude his 'lecture very abruptly; .; Rothing -

cotbfi: rIce Mud sugar. Their wuhh.-'and 1 i condemned", -, .. The movement at.Tuna has been complete' to supply: :our citizens. throigh)1'aeaaon.- long continaed, cheers:, -_ 'out, be rushed home and gave;.h ..'Iif&
quivocally the
: .resolutions! of "f -- .,
also that at both ;jn the : ". .
prosperityas; a manufacturing and commer Holguin;; are beating.1" :
cil people, depend in a great measure: the: I'98, which are so confidently! appealed to t 0' power of the liberators, and pint have formed The'quantity-of.iceused ,here. demandsar -EPISCOPU'l\fwIOJi-Thre- : c missionariesof '- ;

jnirjcet.of.tbe: slaytholdirig' State, Th'i' sustain said doctrine. I a provisional. government. :7" rngemrnt.for.a permanent supply,. andt j yre the Episcopal Church" are*t6 leave this .': Mr: WEBSTKK.-The Nat ioial:Inllige*

ttiiaal.and harmonious interest behveeifthe We.have,riot been'engaged i in an How very. it iti that by tbeastmi think would justify such changes i in the mot.country for forjigh lands_daring i the present cery after denying,. on authority,,that br

-north'and south'i i. stronger than their aniagobislic discuss the r true theory of this tempt I- the Governor did not adiietb6 public .of.:its'prMervatrgn wilt t,'preve'of'a '. i year, ::Rev :Mr,Keith and Re!. Mr.Ne1soD Webster has resigned or contemplates doragso.'nroceeds'tO '

-,I interest ::.Like' the iolarysttmther5 'I meiit'wjth bur' govern wor of this;,'but on' the ontary stte at tWmoaf: :'oppressive of."U Sum- of the Theological f ,, 'Alexandria' say r & "
.Ja"an the American 'Union; centripetal and Vonfideqtly-orthodox neighbor -. th ," quiet; An priO Seminaryjat; r.'V r" '
:: 'centring force, : well bat have remark aCair at Tunas 1.;published in.the'Gace- mer.' -' and Rev.-Mr. Hubbard .of.Boston. i health inowprfictIy: I
CF eot ntce' ", a single to, m upon.0. L: ,. 7better.thari'lt it' has 'been for &' lops
juazlytaIanced .that 'neither ta' as received here 'J last i '
by'\\
the following'which is : : '
lon repeated! ht'IIJai EMBARCATION rooks "olwar hrita
nor disunion,will ever.tkepTac* Is b'glat giving an account in. "which the ror -JfISJONUI .'RY. The French ,ha ve bad some difficulty'with! timebutheinaiOialIy
emphasis the "Lberorcommanded : i thu in-a4iiCh
that eriOd
r :weakness and a strength in the .Netr't, I by- Don:Joaquin' \Vi1fiam\Mellenr. i rle' frm the.Sand wicb Idanda.on;.the'subject j of -du- concern 16 f't year'
CnCeder- _' lie '
i'Od for several visitci
We
;cy 6f tfce States, whitvi' ; not only; 'kdmit.', but'we ' i hfgh witbr diseaxe-
'u* from one and that the right,of.;secession is' not derived 4 Liberators lost five'meh;'eleven"horses and dnty on a 'distressing Iwtarrh or the
:
: Syrupy Jientiou.the o. e8. j laud;of the L from the Constitution, bat is an ,inherent attribute t some !-ammunition and ;Providence Towri; asroTisionaries i imported!liquors,:'and. some'exceptl6nrhavebeen which commonly Called in E gland.t in
pa .Eh : Sovereignty, which has been 'I'to of tbe'ArnericanBoard to.,the in this country the Aizy.f* 'Ihis'it'penoaN-,
not ;
j 'Unldj and everySiate. II Union, hn the ordained it that ice Juive'not lost : ". ', ma4e; favor.of, EngfiibT malt. Thi ; .
: power ordefending its own rights;without delegated to, ttip.Federal and, 'Is This} : enough what onmn., Zulus of.South Africa;.,. ,, French have demanded1. like ea1'aitdcoincerni, in'Aogiast: ;He suficrttfmuch
Gvrnmnt' peab.cea. p exemption I
.. 'theAbilitylotbainptiiig.onlbe nghls of bth-: therefore helerve. to ..t the : and is by the Government in or' wines/artd. .I last jear from' the.necessity:of spending -. .
THE METHODIST ;being've1usedMYabogt( td '
the
5JrnpotntNewsfroi- : Can an r the ieader'asoi to PJtOFZRTTSt'2TTbe&n4dvoca hottest part 'of the summeri1ntbI
jtnf ... r keepdwnburpeopls'and them : '
. i ludicrous_ -than IbinifBtj the possibility--- of the, right. of- der ignornc of the real( s te'of keD; !"We C t9' and]J ad]statis'that: ,force. .. t.- ;ILls;.re'p. rfe4/rtUg .t8, 2 Dt,.',baa, Senate,'and until he took'charge", the e. '
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: atriyed i in fbe ( partment of SlateT which becould not leave
: *' K. secession' been' ; enough.that the. Spanish troops the negotiations (consequent earnesrecommendaUbhii u/es, reqaedjtheinerpBitiop i
,- : "tli eExeterlMfts*.)AViri Letter J learns bypritSjcUera baying delegated\ 'toi.the did loS in this action 21 .. men and had'cow tHe' bf10ur] government solicHing i ,a until some tmeftetConga--had adjourn
of Court .
for arnica protec
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Government ?!' ; & and ; of ." ., ,',ll I tlihopea'by'traiI'and by; e&wtge
the
received that twn' from Feer' tht oolYthre ptriot ble setUement f5tbeunfortunate disgute betveettthetvTobraricbe tbrate/orYenderins'ajineJtation', that the, climate mitigate,1? hot**vert tb -attack.,
jef n"-i
the werekil1ed "
; in the ConstituttiQft ; .
:GbBtatinbpleVlbat.Kossalb: ha* 'recently endi'ert. ad _. United States has I '
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determined to Interfere of uh wlcbme
elated to gentleman commissioned to:visitS a i :of the Congress' tiuth. : ,: : I' ; .011 the:[Metbodis : 1 in ; his, :vIsterthe present semsoa.

.him at ufh the pliw'of'hi* confinenieut "To.'Sorrow; power "'Sic ',, The .:.Captain.General v baa v r ciid;new Church;:have :'{ i,1 d. the:South; making.'ifa, behafo 'the" sand! against( :th\.Irnch, :Some pf his i medical. friends have "advoed
visit Wthe"medicinal
money a sea.Voyage? &-oltieQ'
.1.1 Government. Jofom br oC'tf offer, of >" To regulate \mmer!.&c, '.' from Catalaniand the Governor Creoles /MatanaatbM united in; '.he prerequisite.:>Uj'the1jusii!j! } :; c !:J ber'; ,claim i and will maintaia' .Ita-:.positioiL eirett_ ,-.tb.,,theresuil springs jn the Al'eghaniei' "of Western
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., : i e' pas.s4geio -, '-.To'ellbJs a. role of natural-! shall be adnoined,ind.the N9 rth,refusing to pf..i.; This is' an.'Important,:on'ttit Virginu. 'Mr.:Webster:'Bastdottbd aid
and PIraCY, and-thai,be was in, dread ;
an U3)IQIUin ,
the United ?, '
of 4
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Stat .<: 1atbe ttepre. jT"I that if he boqW/ eoncludertd1iidoptthe
hi ztOi. & ? revolution wouldbreak mie"pr.such ftcknowiedgmeot.Ia ., .V / ;
flndyrisvtvedkni, put '
,t|'although be ;. EUi' if Der &c.-: 'My. Is every t- iWashntoniei. ./\; > ,- ; t. J,I I .- -.,v' i i;. .! -. former co'urs, it would probablj1iadti' ,

this GoverniBeftt ,in xpresi.dbijgratitude:the .warmest term-for to Jt had been versa! flends-AI.tt. waltaJor..nl..:"yipa' p. n 7 I'1. I Tbe..Cpurt; fti r1iaf, 'i aatsif! f at- the necessity of:bis leaving the D'piItmint.idto .

;.th*'interest which H has taken',in' his fate, "y.To'iuedtfrom, tht[UMonf'' J. the Uni4tateo.. ,> .,,-'. ,' :' :' : .A ,; ; ;Cn'.w .rm Washington, to,'trOdnance'dtm'cntbye'founJ. G n.-raIea1tothe:: : This, we" the'oelFevev bonorablb stales lbe,;.hole' iBtentionsftnd.lhT io-

'. ''. ,' .ibcreby.'ihowirjg'jt* sympathy .to have been What, a. :cnriou* 'Iookfng4ocO.znent i iCoQstitation ;fbi. : l"' dacif flt! 3 3tb:; him*gililtyand'icwmm it ?Is SecretarjV
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we' .pi-eanme-oat'Ol
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>-ith tBf Hungarians*in weir late Uruggle:; woald have been f ro -.K :::. E J.C tb : '! ( -**, ;; consequence':of.tue aflegUo4o1 .'na ed1htdsmlssaUrom: e'i which *

J. 'Jt11wpj osed that this determinatJOii, .matS ; '.r; ... -. ,.." 't' te".I;;,; York;dn>!'ondar'iba. 8be mud made Aains Dr. G. A. Gardner:who '.." .' tion;",basprunthe" .. ,,\'II"' .. IjJo"rumor, .of T'his're&gn. :!, .; .f'.
lewdenVpprqvei
The : "
S. >ot !jjoal, bat that oMUtb7c' sir.torejtntm ': i"Dni "f'j :Dr. I iintelliKftnce that six.hundred.p'rwnI. tecenily.' cb4iavar4::01 earIy nIf vice ; Jie'fiTdrngs0S' : .,' -4.. -ij1t
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i i -the' veryJlaintf! T 1' at Port an Prfnco'.bad.revole4:: ( ,'agiHnif( he million.) the Court iThij charge* were disolteditenct"of ,
-i ',j" Tpgepdere4bi .y EDr.- f : \ | ofdoJIar f opi, be Mexican 'Board, ts'g netallr lmiutd t..t.T an

.J' .j hI1tQdJWaD} patriOtiGhOP6'thi be" Paro.worthI'cp&dn r :; ijget r .ovtre ,:were,t'attacked !the,;.ne Oay, the President directed! ;inquiry! .before the 'the:Sr.n erihfr- ; SecretarybljVfify famous for'makiO b tt re H

.-..' U ) ." ,ic 1 "Uh 1 &3 (11-\Clegef.o'qlorerJ1.ej) ;; been'r' repulsed byhttoops. wit$( a Grand;Juyol.lhe; : 'pjstfia oubject. ; In:.authonzjng' !' ,jpo \' HngfrKwn' mandirig at Dutctcan, ahe Ioukiog piii r! ..'

:. i;. t} ?" : Biptist JOurnal.BsOrccedtldf .a{ J psL2S mifrrTla jesqrgntaTbadretiredQbe ; 'Jut\bar of'.tb; & 'against "' tU : f re stancelvs- i' ; .siFpCJO..eJCt tb | < :
Fort, MQnolaF
ofbotr
.; ,., .' nan'ufa1cture .
: I ', ---_ : a : moufltajni.'anl hAd,, been joinedfby J wai; a'). eM \r l '" r
S 'J \ atand-ItY.g
: He'wa i eg 'lLrtg .
, ., ,i ; : i ''*jm$.'2Tbe. 't scholar" T"of' ,' *" i" b'oler, iaige:;'number,of;yoopg men,;\JSUny pert !.ft,}A.!,Fle n ananJ'\forinerlt.r.ofr' f xaCc i *beH*,'.ltci f or r said:port*an4 gifing *.*fre got::P.i calt&nd,:re got*i'/ | # I.

?jea0f7en4that t.1&& f r liberaleeiinf! jr."adrespctab.attaLnmdnh \f f T-1 j rnbeweenPrincpe.&lSt..J'"& ":had" -" 4e ow; 'C.Wioy orkth t.IrG n t.h q f4 nlract'therefor'n: .wpe fe o yjiM) /t faf**! lie I9ta pcg'b 6tt I' ., I.

nc r citjf-r 'pere, by rnjr 1 t?tf I, *, dar-&'ogainti. tbt-JJoy -,- ms ti certaia avowal*, to him i ,,Unbmount;( to ,en'y'nff hi of hai'gi vet..said. cqatiackV!



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A ft.AlfttUlemenLn In,the,Kastern Circuit Court1 for ColmnW -> IY t'IIaft'z..a.m' : .7 V .:
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$ V .A.D' I AZII ", ,t.. ; OJfo-iA'rfAUOJ-! --.VAI..1JleLaBdFo; : Sale* BOOKLVVPUBLXIHED.* D 1W ,
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The following was picked np among some -IN'PHANCERYi: V .c-, ;;. .. :UNITED. ..- STATES. VVV : .> h' VVCAPEj : V'tr- : 't'A'S Agent for the Often the undersigned ofxsL BT-dHARL $ c Jf.Zt:!. ::: '
,._ V fen for sale th.following YalG .,.\of nnowIVBe.xV:
tcrxpc of ""Old Metal" the new Foundry.I' Sarah Edwards >V. _,_ .' Is nw *cffar\rr; ,' MILLARD FILe HAS opened in tho rear hla'dwrTliujr north land, to-witi : V> '' V fZ V V'V TTNrrD STATE$ tU4d'tni V V V V.. V

'v.. X, :Bill for Divorce. V.. MORE, Pa maT or.THE UMITK3 STATE lb Jacksonville lioteL-ICE CREAM ,One half of,,the': dwelling 'house and lot of U, Kf. Will be p.Wi$ned Arx5 TL4IO.91'O V V

"OioTJuctE Nn" Moses G.Edwards.) V -OF. AMERICA1 LstomR:u DECLARE AMD ARBOR which he ha*arrange* for the reception and in Jacksonville near the Court IIouaesqan, neat' .-TheSM'Ur ".1WlnCotArrlf'aafdJ..TrH'ti. .f
Ant appearing to' satisfaction of this Court of visitors and where most excellent lee Cream being the same which is Joseph Tine- United 'Araerioal
.- IT the V MARE !OWN THAT PCBUC SALES WILL BE will be furnished at hour in.the. occupied by the Sute* oi oluMr,".. -
Moses G.Edwards resides any evenjngor '
Defendant .u the
pricing kgWatisn of the CoarrtssT
There was an Detent City"'and-it was, a beyond the limitAf the Stxte of Florida; ', MUD AT THE DHDERMeSTIONED LAND Or day at moderate prices.. During the warm weather V'IaOV.1iUndTE1i'ide and Ibrty;acre 6a'th*east U J\ted States l frOm JU6 0'J85llaeh of the

mail i1_' On motion of Solicitor. for Complainant, It It nets is THE STATE or ARKANSAS,-AT THE the Arbor will)M found a cool retreat, and the Fleming Island oa the St..John' River, w,about 1100 pagesc.' Priee.MM .hJ01a&tnpezier 9ia ,. VThlsvoumehIi

ordered,that the Aid Defendant appear,'plead, PERIODS HE&UNArTERPWCLtATEDTowrn Cream a delicious refreshment. Ladies.; gentlemen between the lands of Messr .Lewis and George law biuctiD:.. ; ''7 ..,-
Which ran dowa long ago long ago. answer or demn-, to the said Bill within three and families are invited V to- call. ,V V VV Fleming;about one hundred acre'of,wtn.'_are eoatrntmtloi"r 'Oe' :

yLtg.p"kep1tsteiaper5weetFro (3) months or the same will be taken as confessed At the Land Office ATESVILLE boDviDfJIIDe 19. lawtrV : hammock and about thirty acres cleared.- Large ia 8 you publiahed:bysisettyi4.Vat :
at
where its couldn't And that a copy of this order be: published income com- Also-'an undivided one third of the late Mrs. .i CoBgraa fit tS&5-8. '.. .
In Circuit -
clique
headquarters Coart ,
go.So public newspaper of the Eastern Circuit of meriting on Monday, the first day of Sep -- VVV -Eastern- Circuit' Sophia Fleming' dower,'oa Fleming Island-oa -A CompUtt BfHopticol 'Mr'*- 'h'':0>fState '(if-r.

bang up the sheet it cannot pass Florida for the space of three months.V tember next for the disposal of public Jands 4'&t V Florida.' vH. the St.'J obn'. river a beautiful location. SlatiUeieiLargr-iaau&at tnost .f th. _

Its party is all"used up;" alas! THO. DOUGLAS' Judge,tc.- situated! _within' the, undermentioned ,townships ..D. Holland Ac1mh 'r. V ., V .Also an undivided.one-third of about ten thousand 81st Uottgre, prtparod master,an order.. tie fC .

And there's no more, "hardware" for the L. s. A true copy .and fractional J townships, viz':V. tate,of,Coeo.Force.R ab, I acre,situated in Nassau county on Nassau Senate and te be pabUairtitagrmWy te a : V
I. Test.S. M.fcB. Brother & River extedding to Thomas Swamp suitable of that honorable Wy. Royal 8 y 0-c :--1
poor'old press SCARBOROUGH,Clerk. North ?j.'tJie: base.line'andwest. .of 'the fifth, Alfred Hngee,'.T. C. ot'E'f' In turpentine; small skirts of hammock"granted : .This Index win rtfernnJeicopious &&**W. .
Chancer
Tho its mettle has all tnrn'd to brass. principal meridian.Township D. Hart. George Mooney : } to Francis P. Fatio. : V V each hi w.and ettry joint and Senateaad tfen
.s
J Tbe FaUIUlerVhite: SulpherSprings two, of range three. mae W.Jones&. Boars, rhos.O. I V Also IDJ acres more or lesion Amelia Island ia resolve public or private,which ha bee* pase l. ..V
Its logte IsKke type when knock'd into "pi," V Co. Va. Al9np ; and J I the county of-Nassau; situated Nassau river adopted under the F Constitution.l taafr-
,-Fauquier Township two, of range four. Murdock. 1UPON' near its month,a portion of which, is.valuable'hammock. the '
Its wit like the ink on the ball EItk for visitors on the first of 1ourte reader may see at a glance the whole. Iwe**
opened Fractional township north of lands which subject -
are
adjoining public V
W "Ming and filing the Bilof Complaint : any single subJeetV 7 V "
lU tenets an too low to raise oar banner high June. They are situated on the Rappabannoek miles-. White river, of range nine. said Complainant;and it appearing to entry. < V' V VV V JtutniMrsA ,In4t (M.) Civil Jew V in'iti V

"Bo it tries to make oar proud banner faU. rrrer,[now navigable] thirty-eight the baSe thereby that certain of aid Defendants/to wit: Abe 160 acres known as the S. W.Quarter. ffatwvt Order translated Into English by Wm.Strahan ..
above due west, North of lme and :
and nearly
So 'the sheet it cannot Fredericksburg' fifty casiofthefifJt L-M. B-Force Force Brother Co., sod Al. Section one, in Township tone S.of Range thirteen ,LL.D., Advocate Doctors Cotamona, .
hang
op pass from Alexandria. principal meridian.Township .. fred Hugoe are V now residents and citizens V of East,situated in Hamilton. .county.., Good Edited,from the second London F..diUODJ by HoaLvrnE .$
Its party II all"used up" alas! Ho pains has been spared to continue the attractions fifteen, of range IWO.Frattio South Carolina and that T. C. Risley. resides in and valuable land. VV V V .. Ctta nllJlateoH of the,Judge'to V
there's "hardware"for the of the place to the votaries of pleasure State of South Also several eligible building lots,from one to .
And no more townships eleven and twelve the Carolina. the Coun of.Common. Plea; .now, Lecturer on
or the seekers of health. The recent publicationin It is therefore two.acres V immediately adjoining the,;Town of
ordained that notice to Civil and Parliamentary Law In Harvard Univet-
old ,
of appear
six. .
press Thornton V
poor of the eminent and Rev
pamphlet range and answer raid Bill of Jacksonville. : .' "?: sity. In2vola..VVIt.yaISve.- : ;.- -.. "'
Complaint V
Tho its mottle has all tura'd to brass. Stnngfellow shows beyond all question the healing At the Land Office at CHAMPAGNOLE, said Defendants by a publication of this given order. in to The above property win be -sold at reasonablerates. Among the writer on the Roman V Law. -whose'
of this water in diseases- -,
qualities many dyspepsia commencing on Monday, the fifteenth day of some Newspaper printed in said Circuit. for the Titles indisputable. Address work are beet known to English and American/, L
advertisements dont come, its massa thinks dropsy, &0., &e.' lie had spent the previous September next for the disposal of the pub- pace of four months once a week consecutively V J. AicROBERT BAKER. lawyers and which have exerted the .h\'bra. V

season here, and made a thorough and sifting from the date hereof. And it is further ,V ,- (Attorney at ... race upon Jarivprndenee.'i DOMAT. *whos ?
it hard ordained V
Jic lands .
within the undermentioned V
of the details of the townships "
examination cases Jacksonville '

reported ;July 17,1831. tt
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that unless said Defendants work ntiUe. 7>, CitULaietn its .YolwraZ Order -'
: Aad chagrin sets the type, tho in vain, by him, and he is of opinion that the extraordinary to wit; this Bill of Complain within appe1u..aod'one V month answer from ," ays Jwlee Story (Preface,.to Bailment.)"" ,.

Bat bo ne'er prints the fact that the "dcms"axeiflitar'd medicinal advantages of the Springs South of the base line and west of the fifthJ'JT11ICOJV expiration of the time of the publication of this V 'Notice.S "considf nng the age,and the eirenm tanees" la .'V V.
haTe been obscured in the greater allurements to V .
Decree which it was written is a truly wonderful'perfoiutinance.1 '
i meridian. order, a pro confesao will be taken against MONTHS after date" shall prewit my ,
fashionable life. .
His is .
method
V excellent add J
f And can't hope for Polkkh times again. The railroad from Alexandria is rabidly approaching Townships eleven and fourteen, of range them.V THO. DOUGLAS &c._. accounts' and vouchers_ the..Hon Judge of ,exact,and eomprehecsive." matterclear .

f So bang up the sheet,it cannot passItapartyiaafl"uscdup"alu these Springs, and will soon u.ake the seventeen. ,Judge, : Probate, of Columbia county for a V final setto .The object of the author ia ti&1cirxj prtf.*_
'IIsiaore V. Garnie Clerk of said ment the Administrator of the Estate ofNoel
as
Courtdohereby
a delightful one from that city and all north diction -
trip to d mMrrass
those of
VV wu the
Town hips eleven' ,of eighteen. certify that the above is true Raulison dQCesed.V V V prinef
of it. In the meaniinfe the stages run tri-week- range a copy from. '
pies of the
And there' no more "hardware" for.the ly from Washington, and will be daily after first At the Land Office at HELENA, cammenc- the Records of said Court of an VOJeTVd. on' WILLIAM- RAULISON/ ,, of general andproti..qo interest and application Roman law,from,which theteeh:arr.

poor old press July. A daily line of stages will be run by Mr. ing on Monday, the eighteenth day of Au-, the seventeenth day of Jane,' &. D. 1951. 1 V ,V V Administrator.' : :IcOhtie of Jheijstea,and,by presenting thenia

Tho its mettle has aU tura'd to brass. Qnisenbnry, from Fredericksburg aft first July, gust next, for the disposal of public lands Jn witntu whereof 1 hereunto set my hand. : Alligator Apr.23, ISSLV : ] V: T' : a natural and scientiBe method, to render their V

i and the mel\ntime.he engages to send np all passengers within' the fc1cw! : & J!. and affix the seal of said Court. more intelligiM.;and t attatamentB9r meV: V .
Answer to Enigma of last U"tekNAPOLEON ,'at the regular fare, [$3J) as they may :::; paraed tQW .Irs a.n4 ISIDORE V. GARSIE Clerk,r&.V In the Eastern Circuit Court fut and agreeable; and though the work wi>* '

present themselves. parts of o"nsbit'plviz : June 17, I851.-194m '- Columbia' County, .Florida particulArly intended for and ada4 to the Frtneh

BOXAPAETE. Terms of board the sam as last year vis$36 North of the base line and east of the fifth JOSEPH ANDREWS ) In Chancery, jurisprudence of tbagc', it is not less applicable-
for the whole season ending 1st October ; $75 for o every system of law, of which the Comaa codrf
Later from Europe. three months; $60 for two months; $35 for one principal meridian. J 4rIcE I 1< 1.UVSEEflS S E G E S DoaCAS vs AtosEws. )> Bill for V Divorce. i is either a part or ia which it is, recognised'as .

ARRIVAL OP THE AMERICA.. month ; $13 for two weeks; $10 for one week ; Sections thirteen, twenty-three, twenty. : body ,of .written reason.. : Besides the general
$1,75 per day. Meals lodging 50 cents each. four and twenty-five, east of the St. Francis r appearing to the satisfaction of this Court claims[ which the work thus possesses to the attest

COTTON DECUKEO-SALES 34,000 BALES. Servants and children under 12 years half price. river in three four. that the Defendant Dorcas Andrews resides tion of \mericllllawyer., Uomat baa a peca,
The British mail steam 'America'arrived Horses 50 eta. a day, or$10 a month. township range il beyond the limits of the State- of u -Florida,'to.wit:, liar interest in those of the .States whoso,legal
ship
nine, of
Township seven. in the State of '
DANIEL WARD. range Georgia.V V Institutions are derive in part from those of ,
at Halifax on Tuesday evening 22d at seven o' V N and after the 10th day of Jane, the day On motion of James M.Baker Solicitor for ..
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July.-. Superintendent. South of tILe base line and west of the fifth o( Packet : France o; Spain, and are thus founded the"Roy
of the Steam ,
clock from Liverpool, which port she left on the meridian. departure of Complainant, It is ordered that the said Defendant f mnlaw. V .

12th instant. Sheriffs Sal principal V appear, plead answer or demur to the raid The reasons have Induced a.belief on. thepan4 '

WILL to sale to the highest bidder in : Township four and part of an Island in 1 1.1@ g Jai Hill-i'.hin three months, or the.same will.be ta- of the publishers that a modern edditioa of thi* -L
Cotton dull in the expose
was Liverpool market and I : sections in a kenascoufessed.V V celebrated -work would be acceptable tot',the .
front of the Court House door. in the town of thirty-two thirty-three, .township ..
pains of all descriptions of American had de Dural And it is further Ordered, that,a'copy.of this fes-aon; and have led them to engage ia a i"
the first
Jacksonville thirteen of
county, on Monday range one. CAPT. Pt McNELTY be ,in
order duly certified published some public
V cation of the translation
English jf if
clined. Ordinary to Middling of in at the usual hours sale 17.
of the
were an eighth September next, ,
At the Land Office at LITTLE ROCK, From Savannah to Palatka wm be TUESDA Newspaper of the Eastern Circuit of Florida. for Strahan. -
a more than previously quoted and better following property, to wit: That certain half lot. of three months. V V -, .
penny the first of the -
commencing on Monday; day arriving SATURDAY connecting with the. space
ducripUoDiwere lower. Fair Bowed was estimated in piece the or town parcel of of Jacksonville land situate, Duval,}lying,county and being,and September next for the disposal of the public Steam Ships March 21, I*I. THO.(Signed DOUGLAS V FROM 1 o ._JUDG Sris, 'CHIEF*JUSTICE > .

at 5jd.; Mobile 5J J., and Orleans at 6d.- State of Florida and known and described on.the lands in the following named tracts on &?.'FLORIDA AND'ALABAMA, a Judge &c., &e.I OF THE 'TATEOF LOUISIANA V

Tho sales since the departure of the 'Asia' on the plan or map of said town, as the west half of lot and near Cypress lake, viz : For New York. She will continue to leave on CERTIFY the above to be a true Copy-of the BtL1Ot :n..k ,
Sth inst. number five, in square number ten,together with Tuesdays throughout tbe..1ear. GETTLEMEX I ban examined the *staet of
summed up thirty-four thousand bales.
above
order in the
North of the base line and west of the Original stated
all and singular the tenementshereditramentsand fifth the translation of tho admirable work:'oT Doraat Von V. .
The Manchester market dull. the United States maiL L. s. case.' Witness :band and the
was thereto in wise meridian. Carrying my '
appurtenances belonging, or any principal V the CiriPLaW which, yon bYe been kind
Seal of said Court this 27th of *
Flour had slightly adTanced-ohlo. worth appertaining. Property set forth in mortgageandwill The South naif of section eight the south For Freight Engagements or Passage, having March, 1S5L ScAKBORoroR, ClTc. C.day C.. enough to fend me. You Will have rendered a V

21s.3d. Corn was unchanged. Wheat had an be sold to satisfy a judgment of foreclosure half of ten fractional sections fourteen and superior accommodations State Rooms&0', apply ap3.: mIn great service to the science of law by the publi a-,
Provisions against Elioha Hall and Elizabeth Hall his wife on board, or to FERXAXDEZ, BISBEE & Co., tion. Thoforuv of the English edition ofthr, '
upward tendency. were dull. Lard fifteen the north half of the V
in favor of George 13nrt. seventeen; east Agents Jacksonville, E. F. translation WM too large and inC nvenlentsudits

had declined a shilling. Sugar bad experienced JOHN G. SMITH Sher 6.' half of twenty-one, twenty-two, the north I M. COhEN -Agent., the -Ealern'I Circuit..Court scarcity and high price prevented Its general .

also a decline of a shilling. Molasses was quiet. By V T.K. .l\1cCORUC Dpt. S'ff. half and southwest quarter of twenty-three, Savannah June 3, 1351.fjrj Dnral County Florida._ use in this country. The present.publication*

Rice was firm, and Carolina was worth 17s. July 24. -1mSherifTg the northwest quarter ot twenty-six;and the This Steamer will leave Jacksonville for from itt form its style execution, and moderate .
Joni TRRSER, 5 In Chancery. price,I think eannof fail in remunerating
Saranftah FRIDAY at .
west half of the northeast quarter of twen every MORNING seven '
UNITED STATES }POSTAGE Sale. o'clockuntil further notice. VI The translation by Mr. Strahan has been tested f
Under the 1ate Treaty concluded with : I WILL expose to sa'e to the highest bidder, in ty-seven, in township three, of range four June 12. Iawtf. MART Tn u. ) Bin for Divorce "it is in the main correct but will be improved nnjr

Great front of the Court House door ia the town of appearing to the satisfaction of the Court der the revision of the editor,.!adge Cashing. .
Britain and modified the -
March 3d., 149.as by act approved. Jacksonville, on the V first Monday in Septembernext teen.Lands appropriated by law for the use of NEW CLOTHING STORE !IV I V V that Mary Turner the defendant in the above In searching for a' solution of the apparently
between.the usual hours of sale all .the .inerest new questions arising out of the various relation1
school entitled cause resides out of the State of Florida
inland for other
The postage three hundred miles of John H. Zawadzki in and to all those two *, militaryand purposes, together J. UODE/Ageitt,. and beyond the jurisdiction of this Court Therefore which oar advance in civilization is creating and
and under It 10 cents an ounce; for half an ounce Iota of withthose swamp and overflowed Jands in judging of those reforms of.the law:which are
land lying and being upon the North HAS and on motion of Oscar Hart EwjN Solicitor for
5 Clothing
and lees it is nts opened a now Dr/
The inland q> for Prong of Black Creek in V the county of Dnval made unfit thereby for cultivation," if\t\y\ aid Complainant, It ft Ordered,That said defendant in differof the entia rogrcssd part United States*

three hundred postage miles is 20 greater cents distances than described as follows, to wit: Lot No. 15 in action which shall be selected by the state authorities V G-ooda Store, appear and.answer to the-,bin-of complaintof :, the value of the civil law will .be appreciated V 'a*
an ounce; 10 a of township five range 24 South and East,and said complainant! ; within four months, ,or it comes to be understood it cannot "B* otherwise
for the .
cents for balfan ounce and under. before the days appointed commencement ON BAT STREET, OSE DOOR EAST OF MR. J.HNNECAN'0
lot.No.two in section 2 The whole .oetage by the British or American of the public sales respectively, V centuries the most wonderful social '
containing 83 71-100 acren, levied upon to It itfurtlur Ordered, That a copy of.tbu_order governed organization
maillteamer., from or to Great 1'ritain or Ireland satisfy the cost in three several cases of John H. under the act, entitled, "an act to enable the lLsi'EcrPrLiTinvites the citizens of duly certified by the Clerk of this Court be published '. that the world has ever witnessed;aad.
is 48 cents an ounce; 24 cents for a single AND which is the real basis of the -of
half ounce l less. Zawadzki vs John B. Hardin. Property pointed state of Arkansas and other states to reclaim and ths surrounding country in some newspaper printed within the Eastern jurisprudence .
or out b Oscar for themselves. You will positively Circuit of Florida week continental Europe and of a large nortioa oft
the lands' within their limits" to come ald see once a consecutively, .
The United States bland Hart.JOHN
postage, whatever 'a\jamp of England sad the United State ,
G. SMITH. Sheriff. Goo4s in this New Store cheaper than for the SAid space of four months. ,
S may be the distance on letters sent by the Brit- JJy T. N. McCORMICK Lpt.! S'ff. approved September 28th, 1850, will be excluded ever bar TOUT did ill-Jacksonville before. DOUGLAS, Judge.&e.VTILO. ,. It would be quite useless for me to speax of the

kh steamers to foreign countries other than July 24. 1m from the sales. And no locations for you .J. MODE. Court merits of the great work which your enterprise ia,
June I2-3m. I Isidore V. Garnie Clerk of.said, do
Great Britain or Ireland, is 10 cents an ounce ; 5 ; about to give to the American pubGe.Froa the
land bounties: heretofore granted by law that the,abon.is true from
cent the single half ounce.The For Sale.A any ifissVSWART'S SEfYAftV. hereby certify a copy isolated position which the civil law has been :

the American of Congress for miJtary services rendered the Recordi of said Court of an order made oa the permitted '
postage by steamers to foreign i to
occupy England,few of the standard
Likely Negro BOY 16 of .
accustomed School will ba -
years age rrtflE exercises of this suspenJa A.D.1851.'
countries other than Great Britain Ire the United States, will be twelfth day ofMay, works ,
or .L. to wait in the house.. Also a likely to permitted on any dcd until the first of October next. concerning it have been translated into
land. On letters to be sent through the British WOMAN about 20 years old a good house ser of the above mentioned lands, as provided, by June 26-3t. In witness whereof hereunto set'07 English, and this want baa not been supplied,br

mail is 42 cents ast.'ounce; 21 csut the single vent For particulars apply at this Office. the act entitled, **an act making appropna- L.. s. hand and affix the seal of said Court.ISIDOSK .' the original English treatises oa that MbjeeC l' V .
half ounce. V. GAB.SIS. Clerk;&e.< bave doubt that ia Louisiana iaTexa tar V
July 21. In the Circuit Court, Kasteru,Circuit of i BO *,
To and l>y Bremen, from the po"t and tho re tions for the civil and diplomatic expenses V Florida.-Daral county.WILLIAM May.15, 1331. ;4m 2 I California and in the De._Territories of the u.ted .

verse 48 cents an ounce; 24 cents the ingle half A CARD.PATIEN'S of government" &c., approved 3d March, n V Statcs/asweO as ia Lower Canada,there wilt
ounce. The inland portage to bo added. I10TKL. 1841. B. Ross, } 7 PLASTERING be ready demand for.' yours pab1ct3onThV

To and from Havana 23 cents an ounce; 12} Ma. EDITOR: As the time u fast approaching The offering of the above mentioned lands CHURLS vi.MERRICX. > Attachment.V i MASONRV1BRICKLAYING V V i profession throughout Union will readily lead
V
>
eenU single. when the numerous invalids who are now enjoy &e. i their favor to the undertaking tad VV I trust that
To and from Chagre 40 cents an ounce ; 10cents ing the benefit of a tropical climate will be departing will be commenced on the days appointed, T III E defendant and all other persons interested U UNDERSIGNED takes this method of r your enterprising house will find Us interest ia,

single. for their Northern homes, permit me to and will proceed in the order in which theyare are hereby notified of the institution of the TIlE the public that he is ready to do publishing, from time to time*in the English language -

To and from other places on the Pacific SO eta. introduce to their notice PAT TENT'S HOTEL advertised, with all convenient dispatch, abovj entitled suit by attachment and required Bricklaying Masonry, Plastering, Stucco.Work, I such other standard work? as will form the V
the declaration filed
an ounce ; 40 cents single. ," located on tbs corner of Greenwich and until the whcle shall have been offered and to appear and plead to in said &e. &:. He will furnish plans and drawings, bi'w of a civil law library V '. V T. *

To and from the West Indies [except Havana] Warren streets New York; which has acquired the sales thus closed but no sale shall bektpt ease. PHILIP A FRASER for PltlT.Jacksonville. when desired by persons for whom be is engagedto I :1 remaingentlemen,. very,re feclfuBy.yourobedient V

and islands in the Gulf of Mexico, 2J cents; 10 a most enviable reputation. WILLIAM PATTCX, ; s tt'y. execute,"work without extra charge. lIe is I servant ,. .GiuQ-UuE. ,'EUtfTISrf, .
cents single; with inland postage.r Eq, the proprietor is a young man who porrts- open longer than two weeks and no .June 26, lS3I.-3m. V well known to the citizens of Jacksonville as a i Messrs.LITTLE *BROW V T .If.J

Drop letters, or letters placed in any post office eel every requisite of the gentleman-one c; the private entry ot any of the lanJ will be .admitted competent mechanic and work he has performed -

for delivery there are charged 2 cents each. few who finds tie way.to the heart and affectionsof until alter the expiration of the two FOR SALE. already for citizens of the place.he refers to- as an FROM ALFRED liENNENEsq.f.: OF.tIi}

Any fractional excess over an ounce is always all who visit his HOUSE. Board$1,00 per day. weeks. Two Story Dsre'ling House, additional evidence of his qualifications. NEW ORLEANS BAR. V, V

to be regarded as an ounce. lie will certainly do the most agreeable to all MA i just completed, conveniently (O- Casts and Moulds for ornamental phuter- Bosrort 1SSO.
( Given under hand at the City. of : Sepfc,
Tba above postage may be prepaid or not, at customers. His table fixtures are o&the most delicious my for a large family, with allnecessary ing V also furnished. JOHN IVERS. Mean. Lmtr k BROWS : ,, _.
the optloa of the sender except to foreign COWl- character. His house u beautifully situated, Washington, this sixth day ofMay, Anno V out buildings, in pleas- N. B.-To Planters he would say he has much Gentlemen-I am ranch pleased- to learn" that V

tries other than Great Britain or Ireland. And with its spacious parlors, its long dining-rooms, Domini, one thousand eight hundred and Aiit part of the Town of Jacksonville. Attachedto in putting Sugar Batteries and V solicits yon are engaged in publishing reviaed'editioi

where the letters pass through the Bremen potoffiee. its airy dormitories and its ample balls and passages fifty-one. the premises is a vegetable garden and a Well experience work in that line up confident that he can give of Strahan t translation of DOMAT os ,.,..,

in most caws the whole postage may be echoing to the steps of busy waiters and : MILLARD FILLMORE.By of excellent water. Titles undisputable. the amplest.gatisfaetim. Charges moderate.J. ..- No work ia the English, language oa the sad*

prei-aid. (See Table 1,Exhibit D, frenate Document -.. guests coming and departing,will bespeak for the ALSO, -- ,d. snbjeet i* to be compared with it, for th* fullness
the President S. *
,Executive No.2, (J1h Congress session.) affable and generous proprietor, a honied word i : A.likely young negro woman of good character, and ometDftS of the doctrine conveyed tinrogh-
A postage of 6 cents is charged on letters and and a rock of Gold. J BUTTERFIELD.Commwioner. a good cook washer, and ironer. Jacksonville, May 29,1851.j ont it. V VV
V I'o
pacquets brought into the United States in any A TOURIST. of tILe General Land Office. ALSO V From the time of itepnbUctttioto V ,up to the pre.

private ship or ,_1. or carried from one poet I Jacksonville, March 27, 1851. A valuable plantation ia Columbia county, Fla. NOTICE.TO sent, H has received.the approbrtion of,ih4 .most

therein to another if they- are to be delivered- at -. -, --- ----- containing four hundred and firty-eight acres first learned men and lawyer in every country, aad, V
OF JACKSONVILLE
the post office where the same shall arrive; and remaining in the Post NOTICE PRE-EMPTION CLAI f. rate cotton land*, together with the valuable improvements V THE CITIZENS very deservedly JTh eompilers of the Cede Na-.
two cents are added to the rates of postage if destined JISTOFLETraS, Fla, June 30th, 1351. ANTS. thereon.V AND ABOUT-THE ST.-JOHN'S RIVER. poleotf drew copiously from it for .their:wprkv .

to be conveyed to any place., And post masters A J Every person entitled to the right of preemption ..'.:k., ALSO, THE SUBSCRIBER offers his service tothe Napoleon himself studied it most eartfolly inear--
are to receive one cent for e\"ef7letteror pac- Andrews, Cornelia Jones, Catherine 10 of the lands within the The following lands in Marion county. Fla.,-to in general, together with his, vessel, ly UTe, which may account for the singular sent -
qnet received by them to be conveyed by any (private Armetage, Robt Johncs Hybrey any wit i Oho Plantation containing six hundred and the Schooner MARY, to carry freight or passengers nes"'and wisdom of his observations dooisJoo

) ship or vessel beyond sea, or from any port Afhley. Cornelius Jordon, Jane townships and parts of townships above enumerated forty-acres well,improved -one containing.five to any place or places along the fct.John's and during the discussions UM adoption of hi*eedfe.Domaf V

to another in the United btates. B K is required to establish the same hundred and fifty-six acres V with improvements, Nassau rivers. Also the following places, if required should.and I bopn will jbo"found. *V tbi V

On. oent is to be added to the rate of each way Barber, IHBoothe King, Benja to satisfaction of,V-Register and Receiver and one other containing one hundred and fifty- ,-to wit t V5. Mary1.St. Augustine,. Savannah library of evenr.American lawyer. -gtf V .
letter. Way letters are those.brought to a post ,Jehu King Eliza AIialrdenJaaA reasonable and ,and Charleston, oa- reasonable terms as .Your obedient servant. V
Land and nine well ,
of the Oifice. price
making improved
payment acres
proper : .
ofieo by the poet riders and other carriers of theaan. L, V can bo carried.- -V 'ALFRLDHENNEN.
whose therefor as soon atpraticable after seeing terms accommodating. V -_ ,iOh1VTHOM'SON&.. V
duty it is to receive them when pre- Buizell Ayres II Long, Jesse postpaid in to,' : V V -
by ktterj or person
seated more than one mile from a post office. BarTer,J I lang, Rebecca this notice, and before theUiy apjointed Apply.,- : '5. :5PEXCER.. V .JaeksenvifleJuty 3, 1851.Vff. REPORTS op CASCF argued bi tktemnpad W

There is charged upon letters and other matter Boyd RogerLowJae., Warner for the commencement of the public sale of Jacksonville JaDe 9. I8JI. lawtf._ : the Circuit Court of the United States for the'

delivered front steamboats except newspapers, Billings Joshua S Lofton, AlexanderV the lands embracing the trac t claimed;otherwise I V V r VT T SELLINGOFF: V first circuit from 1s12 to 18311GA&USOI'S fatlotFil.. -
|*mpleti, magazines and periodicals the same Brook Whitfield Lewis John H 1 it E..kr. Circuit fFlorlda '
C
In Circuit of Case
rates as if they bad been transmitted mail. such claim will be furfeited. : RSTOKTS. : iteporii argued
Advertised letters by Buck Henry M J. BUTTERFJELD ,.In..Columbia. :,County. lu. ChanC77.LOUISE.Smith1 'SnmHTO OHIIY' llOLllJS.ll and determined in th Cu nit Cod of the
are charged with the cost of Drown Charles W 2 Munson Ass 5 VV for the first Circuit:from 1812 M
advertising which is not to exceed four for '. Land United States .
cents Z the General
Blonggy, EleyMclntyireJamel Commissioner of Office. :
.'. Bill for Divorce Subscriber would respectfully inform the I 815. -Second edition with additional Note and
each letter in addition the V 'T* V > tElista .
to -
regular winafred, MoUse C THE
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than postage.Not the Braddock, jun5-13t ,Smith. > V ItIIVSDSPfV Jacksonville the. vicinity References.:'2 vols..' V8vo.V .Boston,1835.. ."
more two cents It to b. paid to 8 W Morgan James D V V -
Baker V
letter earners employed in cities for the delivery Brown Sarah AnnC McDonald Rev Mr V appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that' as he inteudlayiug in Urge stock V r and Winter Goo*!*, that'he will dispose or..hiaproseD' as well as to the eanse of traUt.it I were not to
resides beyond .
x>f fetters or for receiving them to be deposited in I V -V McDonald, 8 A" V OSSIAN B. HART that the defendant; Elisha. Smith V VV
Masoa Reports
thepostoce. I Corseri Grid' N-r V the State of Florida to wit; in the State of summer stock of dry goods at reduced select the decision in Galluoa and
I ; .A/TTCTRNE.Y AT' LAW motion of W. M. lyre Esq solicitor prices consisting in part of Plain and Em-.. as spocimeoj of pre-eminent.merit..They
Newspapers of and under the superficies of 1900 Carter,'Susan Nicholls,'WilliartOgUe ; Georgia on V laay be a level with the best
Parasohv jChambrue fairly. placed
aquan Inches are conveyed from one post office to I Carter &mt10: KEY WEST, FLA. for complainant it 'is therefore :ordered that the eidercd Lal Cam-- the English upon Admiralty V for dee?
another in the came State for one cent, and any dough Ashmun J. Sarah .' aod'Staie Courts defendant do V appear,plead, answer:or:d;.to V and Lustres Ie prodactionftof well (ortb.*-highest
Practices in the United State brio and .Swu* Martins NeedleWork and accurate learning as as
distance not more than 100 miles, at the same rate Cramer E C, Ogilrie. Elisabeth the complainant' bi1with'af f?ir months or the -> deoi.si3 Kent "
VV V of the Southern District of Florida. Inside: Hdkfs., Collars, VV ability and wisdom in .(2}
and 11 cent for any greater distance. One quarter" Clark AmOrcuU., Allen same will be taken s'co.nfessoil.'providedpnblicatiCS V :

.postage i* always to be paid in advance by Chapman Sarah- .1' '.*". ..JulylO-tf .o mad of this order as the law-direota V .. Edgings,Linen.Cambria and Inserting HandV, .. .' 527.MASOX VWUiiaui
those who receive newspapers by post. The sea Chase Melatiah HCorson Prevatt V Tie W < And a,.l1e rln? will be had of said cause at the V V RibbonaV ( P.)' Ruouvsoanj .
pottage on newspapers is three cents eaeb.with the Henry Peacock, Sarah.Ana State: at Florida. Southern Circuit, Slon.roe.eonnty. next term of said; CoiSigned l1utreaft.er. V V V V V V kerchieft, V, V V .:.. _' he Circuit Court of the V United State,for the

above rates.added, when' transported inland- Conaway, lassoPenny' ,*Wm A V V ,.- V .f '. V ( )' TiIO.VDOIJGLAS.Jgee&e. .-. 'V V V* '. .Hosiery: 'gloves'Nett, <. V'. V f'int Circuit*from ISHUoJSM._< 5.vohu" 8ve,' '

Newspapers may bo mailed or delivered at any Christopher, AnnClement 2 Price, CJlR 2 Sdwia V .Guynn .h .I--- ': ings'Soirtingsandsheet Moaquitov : ,.-. -. .5 Reports comprise th*DeoWoaf.At Jtti V
O. V e
) : ; : i
post office in the United States to or from Great ; John M Z V V .t A truecopy-Teek: : V ,: Iho'U eir .
V vs. > : Ings, also asnoV *- j_Ice Story on the first Circuit of, *
Hritaia or Ireland OB the payment of two cents. Candaze,Jaj R 3 Rhodes, L B JVEGBii.i.- ; S. SCARBOUOFOB' ,'Clerk.' tv r.atds1r.J.. ; VV V Stales; and follow in .oHer afWMr. GaBbon1leporU. .
Letter carriers employed in cities, are not to receive j V V Zfm.l' .' V .
n Rogers Sarah M V 1831 "
MayJ2th, t Oentlemea: and VV'- .- The Decision relate to a great varserv
more than |cent for the delivery of ix CHAKCXET rot ,DfvoKcr, ,OKDXS ATCHAMBERS. .. _. :4' V V
newspapers. Dowlin&Jno R 2' ,Rhodes. William'Rnsb.RM Umbrefc P
.. V Boys clothing, : of subjects -< at &Admiralty, ;
The postage oa newspapers not sent from Dukes, 'homsi V .. .' V _' 1Ol Metal.Wanted.V 'las Hat;Caps Boot, and V VCV and Real Law; and Chancery,and aro eharacUr-
the offioe'oi publication Is rcoraired to be prepaid Dyer.M A Rogers, Ransom I IT appearing: to the satisfaction of the VV Court f federations ., Shoes" and a variety of other good*, VVV Iud b7 the profound learning aeataeff Hid

; and the.whole postage all eases when I Doggone, Sarah Ann Rayan"John C that the raid bill has_been filed and by. doe PREPARATORY tocommeneing. 1 wish to all of which the public are .invitedto'can horoolhness of research;which are such"eminent ,
"
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JHand-biUs circulars and'advertisements .not -. V V this State; wit at .Well ;of the eha ein large or small quantities
Dudley %Ubarlc V V ,B to t Spanish one will be given.V ; nnrchasing e1aewhert.G; < W.BARTON. comparison ia point of leaning aadpractiaa V
exceeding one' sheet;are'saWect to three cents Davis Sina"Smith., AUen-: Bahama Islands; it is ordered that the said:AnnE or V Bra-V ., for which,'good GEORGE pcea' MQONEY.JasonviUrEP.Msy1285L :J Jacksonville.,1 all 5,1331.Administrator's; V 2m utility i with. the. host tea atthi Englisae-
T'e'tag'eaeh..tever the distance(inland,] to be -V V, .' E- Sikes;WJ 5. :Gu/na appear,and lIlead'answer V or. Afend T 15tf"For VV tvta_' V f\ '.7i.
prepaid. iTbeeea postage.oa: price,;currents II Edwards JSathanisl1U hams Frances apina&said bill, on or before the first Monday In Notice : .t-' .V 4V .
II i three cents with inland postage?added when sotransported. ,Susan A &ndeniV3obnVS V Sovembernext. In default of which said appear- -- -. V : ___ *_ V ):5UJ' '*. Sonmsr (Cba1OL) Re _
.. The law,makes. MONTHS after date weshati peSCIItU d eases argued sted determined ia Ua CtK -
BO distinction of Edo, 31ane7' Snsbong.JosepnStanfield anoo, the said bill will be taken ctm/rtsoagainsi ports
haDd- circulars, advertisement ;. .. F .. ,Thou J; her, provided that a:copy of this.orde: be published ,*, ; SV1eSugar SIX accoants and vouchers to the Hon. Felix cult Court of th United State*f'O*ftr*OK
o V :
rents when regelating corns t be paid p e' FarrcU,10hD.< '' V V T V in some public'newspaper of this State tof; JL- Mm with all,the,iroDl necessary for Livingston Judge,of Prebate for the Comity of cult> 3roLv. "8vo. ._ .: .- VVV .. .
carriers of cities. '" FUher Caroline loti .ThercaU.'Jamcl T the space of six month before the said first Monday iA.the application of horse po..er1"he ronorl DnvaL for a final settlement$ of the:estate of Soy- :"These volume*'eontala'the decisions .efJllr:

'J.dbe fa the 16'ta0. F..UmOll..M.Trew., Edmond.' *, in November, or provided that U a oopy" of are of iron, IH' inches In diameter.,*So I inehe:i ienrth. ill monr,Pic ett- deceased 1'-and win, .then apply, Juste Sbr7so4 font a-eestianatte*W them-.

t Sd, o FleweUea,Tho S Tomson,'JDidany 2 said bill, and of this order shall;'be V personally [ "Also two Boilers measuring,150 and 200 for discharge from-.all;farther-attention'... and t-- tie of GaQwoo aadJtfasoa.ThedeoiatftB*mtfc .

4 jexceed 2 sheet or riuperfieie*e 1900'qa. Foster, W. 'iif ThoraUon, William' served upon or delivered V to her then she is hereby ralTon MspectiveIy. .D&tJaiksonyorForadditIo -...'bIltLl xth.. : :- :;J J.J' present volume*rebate partlculaxry to qaesttoM.f

ches, they are to be charged. the eamo:- FergmsonRP.Franciife .V .Taylor; Catherine .. ordered to appear I and plead, answer,*or defend RY-. PICRTT' I :,amLAdmIraltjsnd. are of.grtitptaettear" > ,
,.rDodat. as thai .:toagaxine* aad,pamphlet*. I Clark- _, .' -V V against said bill on the first rule day>after three s1artIeu1rspP7 *4 S.3AXEIttruqah "tJ.uIES' :A. PICKETlt : .1 f'&IDeH V VVV ''- Vt5VV.A" VV V V

tAI pan iddetx,magazines,periodical,and,every V -. 'G ..V1a1oDga.'I T" month after, the said service or'deli very;in-de _, ,Jwkjonville,_East Flor- V 'Go_ '_ 'Administrators.B1 tl V:1Lx's1ino. S&GtyW.f.

kind of priated. ,1t(except Garrifloa, Eli w' ., fault whereof-the said bill will be taken pro con- Id'V, V J ..-: ,*t-.*-- 'J c O .:.E'.1i2)1&t.r'.., : .'. .: poftt'ot ca* argftedaadde enajaed&''thVr. 'y
newspapersyare"cfiarged 2| centspercopyof Greward George -, .. ,-.?, faso a tains t,her.at' last mentioned rat day.V ,May 154831.._' : 1.} n .- .. .! .'. .! -- VV : oU Court of.th*UnitedStatesfor,. th*T TenK. .r& .
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oogteUerweigbt.thin one.ounce, Gasquette, Abrain WestiPhil1il, V V V V '3OS.BV1IANCAaTEItV t ( Bpwffts 4yVVV: .- 5"v* 5c ; : .

.and 1 cent additional for each additional ounce, Gray. :3&eJUo V ,W T G" .. ?, V *, ::,Jnds eV3onthera CircUit : 'orth. EaItBTIIICIreUIt C.wrtOf wi.rid. '. V V : flawes fO..eobL "any: fractional 'execs*of not less:than i ounce b:1rpe.1 ;riibamArncli*. Winter, Elisabeth -, V V V4 "v V Of'State.of Florida, *, -11, i.: J.I".DaYal'ce.nty. ,11'-'r.VVIN of {decree of the Ciroat Court the' rile of Oallisoa Mason,and SoafeerTbey aoa-

ing an ounce .:rb. i. postage, GoS,George;, Williams, Caleb WcclgerPaiil : V :Jte1WApi1.J. 8I'V .. V. : CHANCERY VVceestla .. > of the Eastern aroui'Or"r l said. tam. the opinion aver pronounced by Mr Jotiee **
!
each is cents 3t.btbO aboro ,Willeta-ltobtP :*_ \ V .. ,. ,t eo"t7of Duval.entered at the May tern of Stotr Who died who he 14 opinW lit th*!
,
added t.r inland. 'There ra-, Godwin. Edwin ... Walker .- .-. IVCEaflYtb above 'tO-b a troe copy:.from Plem_ Com It.': .) : Court...P/ISMawjnearpoB toale<.t.publieaoetioabi third volam*Was yet endelivdr tt.WooDitrmv .
; re tar the original won file in office., ,' V q '1 V !VVV V V aV. ,Bm for Dive rf the Court' Rouse ia JaokKra- :
no front<
: .Thomas 3 my : ;n. : < (Caa Mott !
faldea .receIrediomteat Gray, :WhittenWarrcn( V V- .' < V V :, ': } and (Oeorf-
Ht
t' for each !Jounce,or 6ilsberLSevl3. .'!,8 1 ,4 ( *> M.BRACEWELL.: 't '; riDe on the first Monday August next all.tb&, Report*of ease.argued,and determine *.
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From Scotland series th' faces A professorship of modern languages and drawTho Las been chosen Agriculture"By .
of. beautiful and dormitories
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together with tog aDd convenience
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weeks each; i
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i1m1 account JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA." of all the Type manufactured by me cannot.be session commences on the fourth Wednesday iu:ons of instruction complete;giving to Newark Professor of ScienUCe A. e" .Ivea
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having a
*(except by person* October and the second on the fourth Wednesday Agriculture
surpassed by any Founder in the uniom"r By an ; Academy facilities for private study and comfortable baYa1e Co
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with the office) must be paid for previous to pnblieotlon. Reference, tHon. entirely now method ia the mixing and costing,1 i of April. Each. -la followed1-. .' by a vacation of. accommodations of tndents, fully equal to lets.TThi highly valuable '

ik ., : ,. W.. B. FLIKQ., Savaa.. Georgia. am enabled to maintain the virtue of the component five weeks. those. afforded by many of our college / large royal octavo work will tolllpa1 two
volumes
Person at distance remittance i March 1S5l. tf, parts of the metal, and thus to produce.Io'additioD COURSE OP'INSTRUCTION, From intimate relation to the,CoThge, students with 18 ..20 containing over l IO
.o, can govtra theirf 2 pagesi i or splendid steel
to the ngraY
. an elegant moatso/irf and durable FasznueCi.asi.-1." Livy.b'egoniXenophon of tbO' Academy enjoy many advontoges and more than 600 .
for adrertUnt,by the following rat u. Type heretofore offered to.he'pubUo.-_To this Anabasis; Algebra;began; History, begun. not generally obtained at institution of this kind highest tIle of the engravings on woot,'Sa t
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t: for ., -' '.$1000 lion,'for\ solidity and durability Type is, on gebra finished; Geometry, began; History. con-, falls more properly within the college course formers, the w best* methods DOW jja use HIT the DK
I the principle of economy, of' the greatest importance tinned \ T may be admitted to recite in any of the College ploaglunr,ciantinV
Two ,for six months .- : 15 CO" WES POTTSDAM.'NEW. YORK.-. to all -The the and discretion harvesting, &c., *o the ..varion domesfi
squares TJ typographers members of III. Horace; begun;Homer's Odissey.Anishcd; classes. Student also of proper axe animal ID their
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I Notice to debtor and creditors 7 (X Agent. PRINTING OFFICE FURNITURE for the establish JUNIOR CLAss.-ITa.citns.begun': The Prometheus permission of the Faeulty,'may enjoy the,use of render it'of.incalculable unique A., and win
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MA.YPOUT DCVAL ment complete Printing Offices,such Presses, Electra.'or charge. ta atad.oni..t
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agriculture.
:Application for letters administration, May 22,1851 Wood Type, Cases, Stands, :Brass' Press and Analytical Geometry finished; Calculus} Natural Admission also may be had to the. Lectures. and -The work is being u1lli'lIhed'ia' .

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For announcement : Old Type taken in exchange for new at cents Mechanics, begun. '. &o.. with TuitioD In English Latin and Greek will be at lead nuabersofwbIc--th; ,rm
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low in the Court Newspapers III. Cicero de ; ; P political shades above indicated, yet but--
Lh praicing, "and. conducting Supreme professional of advertisement three months, and send me the papers ;Analytical' Geometry, begun;--Rhetoric, 'NEWABS:, Delaware. Al'ri13d.. portion of their contents {* devoted to political small

': I P. Sanderson, business before Congress. containing it addressed "Nesbltt's Register subjects ..It' i* their l ',character
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manufacture The clouds of
,provided they purchase Andria of Terrence: Aristophanes
stand
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or Departments the
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4 : thereof. SUPPLIES, P SIOX.", LOST PROPERTY, &C., and tony Rates of'Tu tion. 1 n order to admission to pursue the entire course, 79 styN. Y. entraneeold st..G

ALSO AGENT a description of business requiring an Ago or Orthography, Reading Defining Arithmetic a student must be at least fourteen years of age; unquestionably best WORM MEDICITC in use;; -- .

. Claims the Attorney at Washington. For Penmanship, per quarter, $4 00 must give satisfactory evidence 8f good 'moral it is a positive remedy,and can always be depended The 'Glob .
collection of
for the upon Unite Want his charge will be $5 In other cases Geography, Grammar. History, Composi- character;and must sustain an. examination in the .on and is perfectly safe In its operation..Atso and

. 8t for Military or other services, pnions. will be proportioned' t the nature and sition. Elocution and Book Keening, 5,00 following studies, viz A,C01Jgrmionaf11-gTjcul I&Tal Literary

applies furnished volunteers, ond for hol' difficulty of the cose. Higher branches of an English Mathematical Arithmetic, Elements of Algebra;Latin- and DARLEY'S.ARABIAN HEAVE REMEDY Netcspaptr .
for which the United State He will also act in connection with Agents or and Scientific course 6 00 Greek Grammar, Jacob's or Fclton's Greek An article of great merit and which no one who undersigned submits1 to the puUie his
o Pf110i Attorneys in Florda. who may be employed in The Ancient Languages 10 00 Reader,and the first two books of Xenophon's. owns a Horse should be without. TIlE for the tJLOBEaad"ita"'JlOl for

. :;i I lbl... Bounty Land ad chums, on terms which A quarter consists of eleven weeks, and two Anabasis'Jacob's or Doering's Latin Reader Sal- Dr. Christie's Galvanic Belt,' the next sessioit Congress. Coogres ho* now
. Address Jacksonville. East Florida. may be agreed upon. Letters [which lust or Caesar, Cicero's Select Orations and Virgil Bracelets,
rir ihoul b sessions a day r9 to 12a. rn.,3 to 5p. m' Necklace and Sltignttlc Fluid. so liberally 'patronized the undertaking ft
will .
tost receive immediate
d.at [ paid] Exercises commence Monday, the 3d day or or what shall be deemed equivalent. Remrnal will be established os_*standard work worthy of
June and
5. lawtf. For the '.Permanent
Cure. P
'mcRobert Baker February next. / EXPENSES. ofaUNertxnu ts official imprimatur,unless the undersigned fails
I ,; .J. January 28. 1851. tf ENTRANCE FEE.-If the student enter as Freshman And of those Diseatn fr f in his duty.This will not be the ease if earnest
"
Complaints'which caused
are by
: '1TToP.N&Y4.COUNSELW1Z4TL4rV, Notice The '
effort avail. GLOBE ie'the
SULLIVAN ,five dollars; if as Sophomoie, ten dollars an impaired weakened or unhealthy condition of can only paper
SlVLLE E. FLA. TO THE OFFICERS AND SOLDIERSOF JAMES if as Junior, fifteen dollars; and, if as senior, the that will furnish full reportsof proceedings
; JA No. 12 \VfcHalter, near Bay Street, twenty dollars. debates.f the two Houses of Congress; and having -
' WILL the Courts of the Eastern TIlE SEVERAL WARS SINCE NERVOUS SYSTEM. .
received their sanction the
? best
prtc i as such Reporters
Court Jack. REVOLUTION. SAVANNAH. GA., 1st Session. 2d Session. This beautiful and convenient application of the, '
will
the be
JndicUl Circuit, i Supreme a TIE Tuition, |21 00 $21 00 mysterious GALVANISM engaged to write oatthe debates
and MAG
powers
.t Bonville, and in the United States District Court, BY a recent Act of Congress ofccl and sol WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Room rent, 4 00 4 00 NETISM has been pronounced by distingtujbcd of each day which win undergo the revision of
(who have not entitledto TIN WARE"MANUFACTORY Incidental 1 00 1 00 the Members. The work after passing through
or the Northern District of Florida. Having rcived ae expenses physicians, both in Lurope and the United States
the DAILY GLOBE and will
receivingcorrection
BOUNTY LAND for services of one monthor Use of Library 75 75Janitor's to be the most valuable ,
.;; r. &efficient and reliable agent at Washington be more; the widows,and minor children of those DEALER I* Wages I 00 100 JJgt. medicinal discovery of the! be presented os finished is the COMUSSIOXAL

wiO claims against the United States deceased, are also entitled. The Subscriber will Japanned Brttanl, Planished Wore, Fuel for Oratory and Recitation GLOBE and. '

L pL the Department at Washing undertake, at a moderate compensation, the 4e., ke., room, 1 60 1 50 OR. IVIIiCOX'S The debates will probably'increase Ininterest
; Cngi ad claims of those interested. Having been employed kinds of Cooking Stoves and Ranges, fr Fuel is afforded to the students at cost. A sum Compound Extract of Sarsaparilla, during the next session. ,ne one subject which

I ton. in public office for several years, his experience ALL most approved patterns, for families, equal to the probable cost is advanced by each Original of Totensenfs. engrossad the lost will doubtless give way to other -

: Being permanently located at Jacksonville, her in sch will enable him to afford great hotels, and ships; and all other Stoves for parlor student; if more is consumed it is charged to.hi Mif ITISNOW'WELL'KNOWN'.BY MANY, *-of great variety which, in this progressive
be his entire and unremitting attention to facilities to claimants for LAND AND PENSIONS hall,or public places. Stove Pipe and every description less, the balance is refunded. country the conflicts party and the ambition

S.. to his and save them a great deal of trouble of Sheet iron Work made at notice. Board is furnished with the families of the Professor TOWNSEND for place and distinction, necessarily produce.-
. t. h.profession, and a business entrusted and Where he obtains nothing, no Force and Lift Pumps, Beer Pumps Lead Pipe, at two dollars per week. a did obtain from DR.., WILCOX the Vast interests will be at stake upon the decision
p. e upns. All letters post-paid will rciv Tin Plate Sheet Iron Wire.Galvanized Iron,&0. Washing at the usual rates, the receipt for of the next Congress; and there i*great tokat U
manufacturing
original
.. He will also attend any business os prompt atotion. and the necessary (ernie and CASH purchasers of Tin Ware can be suppliedat All dues are payable in advance. The Tuition I, both branches which will be evoked in their discussion.
. t prices as low as they can buy in New York or is remitted on application to all students designed tVJLCOX COMPOUND All the honors of the RrpahEe,dependent -
r; NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER sent.C.. W. BENNETT,Atty elsewhere. Orders from Florida, South Carolina. for the .Ministry. and that he did after'the character,:'and reputa.- on the succession to ,the-PresuIcney.as well
1 ,. Appointed by the Governor of the following Wahingtn. D. C. and the interior, are solicited. The tuition fee for Modern Languages will tion was established being the most as all the great and permanent interests which go

State to take Testimony, Affidavits, and Ac- October 1850. t Aug. 29, 1850. tf eight dollars per session to be paid to,the Instr. be EXTRAORDINARY MEDICINE: .to the advancement of the power of the country
.. a tot in advance. ne- ,will give impulse to the action the next Con-
knowlcdgment to be used therein : In the world for ,the following diseases, such "
.
Agricultural Warehouse.II i For ttudentt who do not design to proteeute the as Scrofula. Consumption King's Evil, Salt gress-r. .
FACTORAGE AND
: Virginia, The Daily Globe win be published daily daring
: MaQe COIUlU8 whole Course required for a degree a more limited Rheum, Erysipelas! Scold
''' AVING the entir stock of Head; Tight- the session
) North Carolina, SlOB purchased agri- ttudiet Congress,and weekly the remainder
c. 'enont UIINE88. range of ufumithed, adapted to the new of the Chest, Dyspepsia Palpitation
-
: South Carolina, UNDERSIGNED cultural implements from Messrs. DensTow tpliere and course of life each '. of of the year.It will contain full and. bithtul.
having con of the Heart all- -
Masshusctt iJUiiridual. so and
THE forme & Webster, the undersigned would announce to of the. of-both Houses of Congress
ports :
proceedings
: the above business I far at such can reasonably anticipated.The Nervous
,:: New Georgia, in cnduo the public that they have greatly increased said Affections General Debility Fluor AI- ; and miscellaneous articles on those
general
.. o. Pennlylvlua Alabama, ted in'SAVANNAH under the name stock embracing besides o great variety'of otheorticles studies- of this Course re arranged under the bus or WbitesRheumatism,- Syphilis. Liver. subjects to which it is devoted.. ,

DYE & SHEWMAKE, generally, of the following character and following departments,'to wit: Complain,' an 'Hnmorv" Mecuriol Disco- The. IVetkly. Globe .ill contain Agricultural
..I } 1st. A MATHEMATICAL ses, &c. &o., .
.
isisirli. BEG leave to tender their services to their friends description: Agricultural and horticultural im DEPARTMENT which and miscellaneous articles; and will occasionally
.. aryland. in South Tennessee,.Florida plemeotlt of every variety,of the most recent and I beginning with Arithmetic and Algebra the student Forsome'purpos no doubt. in order to give debate*of such importance 'as command universal -
make it
1 jan 1.-ly Gcrga. ,-with Cola that all business improved description; five hundred plows of every; will be carried seriatim through all the cheap (for the genuine cannot be made 1 interest.,. .
and aumnce without
; materials for tanners carriers higher branches of the Mathematics, ending in great expense,) pollute it with minerals .The ,
entrusted to them will receive their devoted attention. description; and< such price of the Wtddy Globe is reduced to
. bras and iron founders, article their application. to Natural Philosopy, A tronmy'&e. as Corrosive .Sublimate -Su1pher,5aIts: ,
., M. M. DYE of Svnnah. embracing every Gee dollar with a view to obtain. more general
:4 OSOARHAR1Y JO used in their line, including all necessary tools, _. Saltpetre&c&c. -- circulation.. -- .

At TO RNE r .AT LA W, ,Feb. 181 EPHA.81EWMAK. Buk &0..at manufacturers'prices. 2d. Air ENGLISH DEpUT3lEn-Comprising WILCOX Now in consequence has of the -above 'abase?,.Dr. The C'ougrmi'oiwJGfokwm embody,as it has ,
tiI instruction in concluded to
; ,MISCELLANEOUS.,Roller Orthography, Heading,Elocution, give his whole time
: Apr.-17; and:common gins, and talents done for the,last seventeen-years. Congressional
-I 1 Ofie* upon the Second floor ot the CouhoU. jack screws, store and cotton tr ckll.-wheel barrows Grammar, Writing,Geography :History, Composition to manufacturing' of. :: proceedings and debates udll!Tely. .., ,

Forsyth street. road scrapers, hydraulic rams force pumpspatent ,KhetoricLogic,Intellectual Philosophy, HIS OJVN'O'l.1GINAL' COMPOVJrDf The jifptfidue will embrace the revised speeches
; Sea Island Cotton Gins. Moral
; chains to facilitate the drawing water; : Political Grammar on in its primeval,state of vegetable purity, so that I separately and the messages of the .Prendeat of
of the
0 v -W'L pie-.I the lye counties rfl"UIE SUBSCRIBER,take**'this opportunity Georgia aDd French burr millstones;calcine cast the Constitution, I'hIoeopbyOrnithology, Natural the afflicted of allr classes may kayo o healing the United State and the reports of the Heads ef

,I, P i Eastern Cir &e attend to th, ,:JL; to info the planters of.Long Staple Ct ings; Plasterers' and raw for,farmel'llr plantation Theology of Elements of,' Criticism, and Evidences balm for all of the above complaints. And from L the Executive: Departments. r .

: ; 'lit eeUeotien of clams against the United Statesfoi r ton bat he continues the manufacture Mills; corn and smut mills; screws, mill.irons 3d. A Christianity.MERCANTILE his knowledge for.the last ten years of the won. ,The Conpeuiotutl Glabe.tad .Appendix will be

for Horse lost other r latest improved ROLLER HORSE GINS, double bolting cloths picks reeds shuttles and general DaPAJtTXEXTfn."hlchwill derful healing'ImIpensities of his compound he published as fast as the proceedings,of.Congress
.. ? oed or finding for cotton and woollen manufactories.. be imparted an acquaintance with all that is hesitate not to ,. to .
; JIUt. and single ot his usual rotes and ready to say yon, that he"warrants o will make a number.. Subscribm may expect one
' V ; lost or destroyed by troops in said service fill all orders at the shorl notice.- L I MILL MACHINERY TOOLS, &c..- Having"he necessary to qualify youth for the immediate du cure of ANT and ALL'of,the above disorders; if number each a week during the first lour weeks

: : I r'A. .W o disabled soldiers F For tbe Giol apply t the fol agency for various atd extensive manufactories, ties i:of the counting house; including*.... persevered according to the directions.-..Don't ot.&session and two or three.nnmbcr of sash a

L and of deceased' soldier*. lowing Agent or to those who hove i use: we shall be prepared all times to furnish every PcnmanAip of this art-, which By.'an' original and"popularsystem say that you hare tried Sarsaparillas and>have, week afterwards until the end of the season--.. ,
J orh. species machinery on the shortest notice. invariably produce a not.been bcnefltted 't ,
AGE TS. you won, try Complete indexes to the.CoasroMonatGW
"U- Also to officer and bold finished hand
; lj .,c bunty1d sl-i ;The highest market prices paid ot oil times'for ,peculiarly adapted to the purposes .DR friLcoys.. and Appendix will be sent to subscribers soon If.
-r and orphan of deceased officers Villalongo cos to, Centervillage, Go. woo1, and of the accountant and business man.- '
hides All -
r e w1owl I' ILIt.& sheepskins; ; 'produce of he 2. Fat there baa been many of he'name rot' tee Congress adjourns ,
: .' : Capt. B1tewo Bauort B.C. State received and sold for tho usual commission Arithmelic--Compriling numerous abbreviated' on the reputation of this article np Nothing of apolitical in the
; and aspect wniappear
; &'en" Scott & C. methods'of 'computing Interest.: I we tell TOOL
L ".Also,will his attention to'conveyancingo. .TIn &D"eu.., E.Florida. .' S. .&,H. JIOYT-& CO. Equation of Payments,&0.,and other.Mercantile Discount, ,confidently that the -'" Globe save thai which will be found ia the Congressional

( eye* and records; and rig Femade Bisbee & Co., E. Flo. No.. 171 Bay.trtltSavannah: Ga. calculations founded percentage;together with : .\SARSAPARILLAROOT reports- A assuming to he an

rI ; u&g K. Dukes,.P&.'( akonY., : REFERENCES.-Messrs. Padelford Fay &. Co.; all such operations are.requisite for o thorough is,though excellent Jw its qualities one .or' the impartial vehicle for oU pars cannot m-inttift ju
: -Cm. t 14'; 8. Hoyt & Co., Sv&h. Ga Swift. Dcnslow. & Webster.oct 24-tf knowledge of the business of a counting-room. most inferior ingredients of this may .we. not truly character if' the edit IIDIDS reflect a party
snr sted to him w'mefwith S. L. Niblack & ,E. F. '8. Book-keeping-Single and DoubloEntry I&Y: "*-JVwking Compound-f' : : hue. -
C. AUg.tr ;by.
-
: j.prompt attention, ;"and all e.ni ..writingffl Lortinger&, Hal..EI&othtW DYING AND the most approved methods.--A'complete course Now friends these.ssserton-are .true to" the- TEIUIS-" .
; ls.ieeut.dby. 'and de- County Go.; ; Lwndes SCOURING of instruction in Thi*branch will be furnished de letter;but we soy them not to injure any one.but -For one copy of the Doily Globe (daily daring .
.-epacb. hm' wit pe..- *-"- jALSO, E S TAB IS IIMfE-NT.; ? signed fit the student to take charge of.any set because hove aright to the benefit _of truth the session of Congress"and.weekly '
: ;.".NO. 73 .YORK,STREET 0' aeo'Oun'books' and it is also true that if yoa win call, oa year, ,. :' :$5W
:
us
EXTRA B xAsiBausuxa we
__J b. s- Jackonvme.Jaa.2S.'l85L, : ean' of the 4th.cANAoacuLTuRAxLDEPanTENtCom.: will give'yon names and residences durm5hereeeu.a Globe for less than a year, at .-*&
i 1'-i of
,
(REAR OF. THE people who
at moderate rote: .COURT HOUSE ,_. .
+.ktq: sbbr. ; ,) prising a selection from the English and Mathe have been cured of disease which baa astonished Stets.omoBtb : ..

: : z':; :*?.. .E'l *. Cn.t'oioL.rplr iSlu direct.BURNS to Aconts.. SAVANNAH- GEO." matical.courses; &lid.,also '-Survevlnir.-. ..,-BotanY'---., not only_themselves,but their. physicians,and ..inames For.fear ana, eon-?:? ofthe' Weekly, m. :Globe' P."f far. 00
.:. Mineralogy Geology Chemistry ond AgricultunfrChemrstryj of somt. ot our, best phrsicians,:who' ?
ore
cj FOR CLAIMS AT WASHINGTONWilliam -- I. 'BtMal'.Georg'uIe ALEXANDER GALLOWAY the last two illustrated by using, recommending. and seUinc:!large quantities For one copy of the Congressianal Globe do- f"ringthesessioa. ---

.- .v'; ', ; '' mental looture.i: ,. ,. 7 experi of Dr. Wilcox'* Compound '13.very .' ,. .. '109
') Tiii : -'r hi* thanks to.his carefaltogettbatwltb .
RETURNS friend .for the Foron.eopjof.tbiAppendiz the-- ,
.6th. A Czvu.ENOITEER...DEPARTMENT.4n :; the nameot'"J.-'M 'WJL- durinr -
"
; .1:l '.. E ;'T 't- : received since he commence, which are cax" on the outside label session, i ; 10.
.. taught.Arithmetic !
(mental
%'; iK: ub -5 business this city ia 1832,and would and written or you ma v be ,. .. "
state tab. ,) rather than .* Forutcopieaofeitherieprtfotq..ringthe.esaloa
Algebromcntol jured benefitted ,
friends,and the ond written,) Geometry. : : -
> 4JI.Wn.LA I'8 HOTEL, PejI STLVASlA SEA \ Gis public generally, that during Jitj If .. 00
,
Trigonometry wish
to know
It : = ISUDllOLLE late visit to London Surveying (with the use of instra you who Ibis t.-.W'l1cox is -
r jf J-. '* $ end ,we
-'iIIniisstogi prompt attention teth* -' .." _*.-t_ ''f various improvements Scotland he has acquired menu In the field,}Practical Engineerinr, Arcbi- have the prjyflege referring to the firstmen'of For, tea copies of either or'par>of both.daring -.. .* .
1it : h trranj connected with ., the session
.fJ"he. Subscribes': begs TleavV to, infornTthe 'It.- tecture. peotiv.draaghUDg. and 4opogra. the community. Principal Office -, : ', IQJOO
nen4'iand prosecution of O n- JL. planter of Island 1 ;DYING AND FRENCHCr.E 'ph1. : > 'The for these
vI elm broe Sa Cotton and the NING" : : #- .17BftOD3VAyNEW.yoR. prices papers or* lit low;thai adVance -
1dI ; i V,jpfe'orany.of""th*".,Ez l ,.Department*.- lic,that'he eon" .them with,.his double pub&d which'he trMU'win. enabl hbn'to' l lv&erai ,ih. A'TEACHEMDEVATi irr-The'eourse' And corner preen And Beover '.: Albany r payment are indispensable'to:carry them I

; doima arising f oz the RfrohiUbnary,"Florida, sthgle' ,, I&tlsfaoUoQ Jo hlho. ma1 please, to t&TOr him of study wilLcon itpf,& Judicious .selectionof sold.Druggists ,end Country Merchant-oil, and on; ond no order will be.attended antes.tit*
.SrA" ISLAND ROLLER with heir patronage.: ,' _. subject from,the ;: ," ,*. '. *. "
rex1eaairaij C TOK.Glis. : ;. : : : ';. ," btherd.pertmentIoclqdlng over. .the country.- J money oeoompoaiesit i -
! IivslI4RevelutloiiaqjIaJfrj 'Ladiel'Ut and woolen all the branches t. : -
: No donht is Dresses;,Sbawta ,lte; pursmd ia our common schools ; lptioulUt"m.I& mall&t Mar
,
longer :
> Widow,*' Pewionj} 'NaT or Jlray; Gins In we.and the tr&n'cHb,arhe.t )leaned and qed various colors,so astogjye good Practical Lecturea wIU also b.gIven.on&hl j CAUTION TO TUErPVBliCi, rilk.iA.a.DI1e''JI; 'in;;the saOUonILeJ

1r ,- : E or Scrip, under fF.b.jFKJBE'AIPIt1O.JJAITeIflgeIefpys from the general Sub&rbr has gives bimr .ati.faction. Table! Coven e1oan l or ; Caching;both ala science and a*an art.** I eoh Don't be deceived.by'a certta.tj. attached to where* nbtcriber" -reside -.; .' ">-*-:. -:'l
last seven year,he receive their support; ra. requiTed."Geutlemet1'.ganuODnenontod iipUsw'i11ooton3ythureoefve) the fullest,In bottlenoCtTownsend''* which eerUfles that : '';JOID. 1U11-'S.
d'h Prices. w :? good styleas formerly structions relative the bet and each bottle i*.compounded ond 'made' nder' ; .-jM IV
: low and made of test aI ot t be most popular ,the :! a3g.tn4 &y ,1I.J ; 'i
' ..Mu! 4..r VoIateeriCl&Ima'for: te pins. ., .. ;Ui t C"m surpassed by,any done at the North, or dyed as netho ot teaching bu they will also have .p. upervUlonof James R.- Chllton, Chemist. who '.\ ." -- .
trJuD .
r : be bas hetQ hired, for --- .
may re'lIlh'e4L.Ladlel. boIlnets portunitios or exemplifying them that Jfow ,let _
t 1TeJ.rtj destroyed iEi.' .BO1L1ANDSUsTfU: ed black .by bearing rs purposed ns see .10 '
T < y cleaned and pressed in tT/ uitatton inJh.IQ'etdepartmnts or kpw it looks when thh ChUton reside'ISO ,pao.spECtn OJ' rax ,
tbtInaUt mile "
Ladiel'
; :
: 'f by.h&bersbefe.znuz. i (0"11. C eap. ., &c'OI'n: *. d ot'the lowest : and Gentlemen'.,Kid '.GloveTeleaned ; t ., > .' Somtlio'manuroctorjf. ,TM W.nhi'k. ; .tJ
Tf atterth treot
.
-* ,.
, f: rn 'I", aO r .* f* <;* \ ; most. approved London fashion, :'.: -. : .:7tii>,ADzr.tirix- OI''MoD iifI! aGuiciE srrln Iwpos1tloon-the.public, aj d'calculated to de. I <:. H ,Q t. :< : :1Il P
Agent .
*
; .,.11:1: .;.,.) .- ? >Jir..U. KIEL hat been appointedAtnftar MbSoh! student who wish to take a thorough! ceh he unwary buMudie' yo for jrbunielTe": Devoted to'CV>nunene, AgricaltureLiterat: ret

t! ". ,I' VrtWLOiOAJfAcosTA.CeDtrevillate.Ga t HARRIS- ..-: -; ';. aboY"estab1iahme4t.; < will attend to the course can have on opportunity of doing'*o;while ALSO for fYer Kluds ot 14Veget&bI ;*std. the General Interest the Peopl-. ..-> 4
": .. ... : MVr w, .: ; reception aod delivery of work ia Jacksonville'amIht others whose object-may-beto-'oonuire sufficient Including.R.u.n.; rnbbarcL'g well &Sm kIn4epen4cI 'oParty- ; "
* "' t.'' a te'fo'l "rl .. .' Hal 8yu-r Oai- &hG'I1UTOIIldJDg' eimtr. ;' Termw IQOaeat 1 knowledge to translate with facUity andto pro. Bil1ouePBlssndWfl. Cbe"1.l31lkl'lo.. Ijo.- -.,q. ., "-. -- ---- .
BrF -
t.1'o ,tiojei with.. thonrBfaf .j ,LEItUDkCoPaiatka.B.F.B.TfloxnoN .' ." March 21'"J850. .- -" 'flii'h.4.t/. '-'. *, ,. ., .. nonnee with tolerable correctness,-in' o*;ahort:a.PystematLo.1xistrudUon _froieaay&rt. .Contrygeem'- iroJlP t!IRE uDdenlpe41 propose*""Jo jjuklfah.r'Qder
t : j' Uraf u polllible..are&Iso proride Cor. .On'. : 1?the above
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.1.tt DeportW.4.J .8. It Co9 BuCk CrE. ; E.i.TOUouru&CoLJaoksouln. :- r, .::':J. !!JJAptf1fPff..fft :'f Will be given'.lDiIOCU .: t L' -1'.Y f .;1;'i10'n .', '. t j' 't1tftledto the.poseetboTsipe44ajUsving weekly sexperieM!- ;-,&G"-J-
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prepared ),, JecturN"c1 Otherwise .
r cllnu'of ; D4 freuou uer- .t -J. . ba&msay.n Ed.
tadirfcKrso, Burstck .t. p-% CkaonvifleE.F a* on
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WIUl1 t fn flecIaia.t1ou : ,
UI : f W1 fiat sjrsti.ivi--s-: A.A.DiLoBiiE.DarieortJa.' :... .L the elUaeu of iukiow1U. N1d ltrtIcinIli umJrm; 4qre441A audin EDClia1a,ComposlUoo Oct.1th..181JO.- _m, -' ,- : 'f.o ,.; ; ltor; the:nltneIt.oDIJ'.riArt Ie,Ms ron.ei ,
,;*/ place. J> th&bebuts.k.p the f t! I1tcl th. editorial career oso' .of what '
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