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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: August 7, 1851
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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line to be drawn throug'wbat was known :Here we"are: ;sittinglty the same the mosl Ty"pabc t.a been presenton ,taitaummer.rie engaged int&.tefcae*
: bsequious airs.in
' United .State from the desert, lying between the Naeces, and table;and' writing ;to those'"we 'love,!from Englishmen. and Americans pr e interesting occasions,; eo' udeiJ bnslnessil.wed to.bete fen"s. t
confer, to .OUT. bands Rio Grande.That '.was this far off strange"ei(,. I am ttnab'e to Char -' customer
; treaty 'rejected m cheap cigars one ofJbose kaew
they despise them
State.: the Senate. At a subsequent session,the realize that I have sailed:more than-fifteen he t exterminated.' ';As'and I would' lte't .Dtpt.''Ise.net.-, Lag fellows whose kiwwled scrve*:better

PL 'which passed authorizing the.ad thousand miles-passed from the Northern dons l tI s t i. The Baltimore,:Sun, of Wednesday ,tent to pore his YictilDl1lla seJem.. .
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of Texas expressly reserved the Temperate 1nto't1 Tropic thence" into the bestmonl edaraderexceptingof I an. hays:: You eouldnt make him::believt:,thai <&,
'' of this Government to fix by Southern Temperate Zones,and thence >-'al ,1 car I Tell Ana "
*Dear Sr: I negotia the true children of then ./PraidcotFilUaoteaatF'ti nomber of no these were regales.cigars Oat
o f absence.from with Mexico her western boundary most.through,the Tropics again-all'since I a: G;dass and C.,: then : cited guests,.inddding the members of several ra- ,cost,$40 per thousand!':it:wight oo.to'staff
said about the,Rio : saw you and our; comrades in the earlier MaOs "larhJ' ; down '
pleasure of receiving was1 Grande= & i of left ,the throats,of ThoseV'who ..ejr'JJIOerr.Ii
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you PortaguseCath. t'DipJJ'corps Washing.ton
ma 'earlier day. .*! thus 'Texas came into 'the 'Union, her scenes. *of life I do not wish to realize it. ones, in a most degraded thou.d condition. ',Thereare I at 7 morning: for Anna jras mere of them. And:f so:it
Too boundary unsettled. The' effort to I am with yon'again 'under the five from whence was with everything; be a1 wz "knewbat.
swer. CAjbofo churches in the were to.depart
I; A much eater it by n negotiation having failed, Gen. fine old elms and oaks; here let, us sit .losea caste, he is soon, received city If into;snative 12 01dok1ft 'board the Mer'Aspinwatrs a It'always appeared to be his delight SO'draw
of was directed to take a position on awhile to commune with the past. We me into some CODtrOY rIy;DO 1 matter what
the :
y but as ate Papal church n'an'esearewn
nerve, and finds Str-th
borne in. the "
councils of the "" east bank of the river cannot hear each other, yet we exist and are of the old a e bay G.G during the the subject;in order to hearfbuascK. bold

: demand them on all He removed from Point. Isabel and en happy in common hopes and sympathies. Imp ltes here is what Portugese. 'Te En aftetnooneame u far np-as Fort 'rort I tried e"ery way.I' aLt'4bink'''of

especially,on;those* opposite Matamoras. The battles And there shall be closer union. I heartily it would beg as frnitaof yon such suppose and fired a, salute,, and': rred lleHenr.fo'to circumvent himtand at. .lengtbl'dd'etuceed .
: men
.I ecmrity and lights' Palo Alto and Resaca de la Palma follow thank von for pointing me toward that morebleasef Buchanan and Martyn.the .The Scotch churches as- Annapolis. :All tet.e highlf-:de- in laying: him out as fiat as a flounder.

\' proceed to' .lay them What was'then aid by Mr; Calhoun; land- possess a great deal'of piety and activity. .lighteu'with the enjoyment t.tp.- intoadehis It wan on a a Saturday xfteraooahi''eams;

frankness that beu bold, fearless and uncompromising advo- There U a land mine eye bath seen,' They are strictly:Cklvinistic in doctrine,'and Mr. Webster did not have' purdW;'andYseited'h llell.!

ment opinions and defender' Southern rights and In visions of enraptured thoBghV -. severe in their'notions''of,-Loralduties.- yesteraymmlng, and was'tut 'o'br. to deal meant I usual"portkoii.J ,-tat". (5 was-n. .

bat and I trust interests He denounced, in most I think I hear your"good bye"as .Then*cbme the. EngUsh Independents. orConggtioniSI. rbed'Ann li last evening bi I awake for bim '
of character terms the administration of Col. we lay at anchor in the harbor. Here not fai1ao.i't passage' 0 board Captain;, said I; 'I have"a: up'my;
part my They so strong liloiitia
hall never be for having involved the country in an we remained forty-eight hours.. A fresh havje";already a YorktiDOlflfM: mind to jo to aod;1r'y and the invasion breeze springing we moved gently down mentne he to go.into a speculation; now,is lone..
ance from the unnecessary.war by up but they ire energetic in their e wi Mar: 'As how?' said he. '" J>' *' '
Mexican territory. Texas, then State the harbor. That parting scene the world It was also expected that the'
not be accordance a prove the condition of their heathen brethren. fifteen '
entertain, or that by the Union, Lad not in the opinion of that may caU romantic, but it is reality to me.- Lastly, I will name the Baptists. sailors of Her Bntanie'Majesty, the French, Why well, yod see them bpxetf6T."el-
man, well founded claim It is not an thing to look 'for_the last ; South American, Mexi gars t there are two hundred and fifty
affect injuriously any easy They have two regular churches in the city, Spnis '
may In each box;and I will let have
nan. This is well any territory bordering on the Rio Grande, time upon those who seemed necessary to and some four'or five native congregations, can; and Brair'the entire Diplomatic corps whole fifteen at low :you the

bhve known me in that opinion be was sustained by many our happiness. \ trifling seemed the sac to whom they send preachers. One of these .Mr Webster to New them alt' a_ rate, providing'yontake "* .
I fall into error-to now denounce as faithless to the South rifices J bad formerly made. churches is almost of York; they having been invited by him, the '

-when convinced those who aided In securing to Texas the As we glided along amid islands and fortsand glishraen, comp support entirely, E owners having. placed the vessel at h dis conditions.'Very well! 'said my friead, ,".Hefs hear .the.

and retract it; but, I possession of territory large accompanying sails the scene was worship ; the other is, I think, en- position.The' !Yon give me one cent for the first box
of for two States the right to which charming\ nor was I indifferent to it. But amo new was Mr. ;
the approbation tirely native. Here is the seat English ser tender'to two cents for the second fear alit, for?the
Webster .
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had denied her. No our gallant ship was pointing to the Eastto by owners for .
to -
honor to represent, I strongly ter Baptist Mission in India. -There third, and f o on double upon every box.*:-.
unworthy of the has been surrendered to free soil, un lands which tbe glorious message of six stations in Bengal,with several churches a The Golden Cote'bas since arrived at N. .Done !* said be; fetch on cigars.
your
pleased them to the people of Utah and New Mexico, peace had never reached; and my' thoughts at each. Upon all these churches is expended York with its distinguished i. tom Pa"TWxsxcnx -.. S'pose you think I haven't enough-eh 1*"

were to trim my they. form a constiution and apply hurried away from'present things, while my anualy about thirty thousand dola. Not at all,'so lets proceed; here's"the

breeze and violate admission as States, think proper to pro soul and voice gave utterance to the sentiment This mision is quite distinct from FnuiJc COLLEGE..-The ila. first box.- -- .

our common slavery; and forthe unrestricted exer sal Baptist Mission in Orissa. In church con Georgia .Citizen says: "The.examination He drew from his pocket a leathern purse
of this right we of the South have al l. "Bear me on, thou restless ocean, polity these two classes of of the '" "
for honestly differing Let the winds canvass swell." Baptists are pupils of this Institution commenced | and out of it a'handiul of coin -*
but I have too much contented. Governments were estab my alike; they differ in doctrine:,the one ,,being on Monday.last arid was closed on | 'And here the cent,* said "depositinga ;

independence, to for these territories in strict accordance But the city with which is connected strictly Calvinistic the other much resembling Wednesday evening, by a musical concert, green discolored copper on the counter..";
all the territorial acts heretofore memories the most tender and native ; America. in which of ,
the
please any man or pass my our Methoiltsn many ,yoon ladies-participated Here's your second box. '
I had supposed with the exception of that for Oregon. land. on which God has smiled so propitiously I have times since my on the Harp. Violin and.Piano, with And here's your two cents. jf' .

called Compromise is no restriction as to slavery, and the were fading from'my view. Long did I arrival. My morning congregation yesterday vocal accompaniament The .College was 'Very,well; here yo.uithW box.J, ;

together with the statesmen and most distinguished strain my eyes to catch a glimpse my native was quite intelligent.. Most of the gentlemen densely crowded on this occasion, and the 'Ana here's your four. cents* said-he,
it, bad been so of the South entertain no doubt that hills. And when land was out of sight, with their families connected with performances were well received. chuckling: -*&**

lic declarations and owners of slaves may with perfect secu there I stood gazing: the English Baptist belong to this On Thursday the exercises of the Senior 'Here's your fourth box.* '. ..''A

possibility of take them to either of these Territories, "Gazing,where faded cloud-like my native land." congregation. The singing is conggion class were in .the Methodist church,'where Exactv.! And here's your "jdU:cents.
tenor of your letter, less of the Mexican law. al, and not well executed. On about 30 young ladies read their Compositions .Ha! ba!"ha!'old fellow--go on t' ''- t
brief Had the Southern Senators and Now friends seemed dearer than ever, and the church will the of. and received the "
case. A Represen you see names most ,customary; Degree 'Here's your :fifth box.sai, I, handing
end to all doubt or entertained any doubt on this subject, privileges grew larger and brighter as they of the missionaries ,who have: labored in from the hands of President Ellison who down another. : ,' -' -

was as you know, you suppose that they,one and all, would retreated, and my native language, which Calcutta and the vicinity.' Among them is made the Valedictory Address to the G'adIl- And b re's your n'ztien cents.. '.' ;. : '"
.
thirteen which voted for the bill known as the Clay- was now but seldom to be used to give truth the name of Wm. Carey, with his immortalmotto ates. '.'Here's your sixth box. .. ?-, :

Without going into bill! which left the question as to the va to others and pleasure to myself, now grew Attempt great things-expect' great The whole ceremonies of the day were interesting 'Andha' ba! bat-'6 ere., "wnW- ,
it did not receive my of the Mexican law to be decided by the into new beauty and strength. But there is things. In the evening. my congregationwas and imposing as well .as,..highlycreditableio fwo- cents.- *. [ ".--"

toot would I, under Court satisfied as we all were that a name dearer than that of our native land, of a different character. The,church both Instructors and Pupils. ",'Here's your'seventh box.. ,

given it my support decision could not fail to sustain the and a language, of love .and knowledge, is almost entirely of half cadet, We.regret to hear that the Worthy.President "'And here-ha! by Jove the joke is getting

to which 1 principally I of the South! Yet then, as now, the which we all may one day speak. or,comps 'to be called, East Indians. of the College contemplates retiring too rich-h re'a. your,:rxfy/oor cents

mission of California for resistance contended that the The next scene opens with myself and With this 'church are 'tbe"most from the control of the Institution,immediate- and nearly halI.our; cigars are gone.Here's .*-;/ -
conne
ritory more law of Mexico excluded slavery. That companions prostrate with that disease, sea- hallowed associations. Crey preached ly., If so, be has the proudest satisfaction your eighth box'said I, assoauni
rt the Union and the did not themselves believe what they sickness. I know of no better way to describe -here Judson preached his sermon to know that be leaves it in a high and palmy a:cool indifference that:perfeexly'th sutoniihra

pates slaves brought roundly asserted is apparent from the it than to give the worJs of a native In Inia I was introduced to a son of Dr. state usefulness, and prosperity.. t fellow .: '' .

I could not that they voted against the amendment who. being sick on board a missionary ship Crer, quite an old man' ., And here's your dollar,'and twenty eight

those who advocated the appropriation bill of the same session, exclaimed, "I'm sick-helpless-I'm dead." a are happy, for we are on the' classic A duel was fought at New Orleans on the cents.' ","<-';

fornia with her authorized the President to establish All things appear gloomy-you are disposedto ground of musionswe a happy)n'help 12th alt between Dr. Thames Hunt and J. Here's your ninth box.* ;:"'<'; .

but for the governments saying, nothing on look melancholy feelings the past, ing on the enterprise of the American W. Frost,editor of the Crescent, ia.which 'And here's 'your"let me''.ite--aartwo;
in her constitution, subject of slavery; and so urgent were and with unpleasant fears on things to come. which aims to lift up the degraded, and to the latter was ,killed having received a ball dollars and fifty-six cents.*' ""'',"""'*"'* .
for restriction that The mental energy, if not the moral disposition give conception of God, in Christ 'Here's tenth box. %"'
man a
lent in.opposition to a positive they through his heart. The quarrel out of your :
Union. She owed very near defeating the passage of the necessary to benevolence, seems to Our happiness is augmented in bearing from the nomination of a congressional grew Whig Here_'Its dr w'his'-wa11, thouchtfuDy;

the fad that the and diplomaticappropriation bill, to i be absent. It is a selfish sickness. You are those who' have like sympathies,-and whose candidate, Dr.Hnnfs brother being in nomination and on the slate nude a small eafculatKJov"'And

States were deprived after the rejection of the Clayton bill, alone: .and miserable. in.the world.. hearts speak out in their letters to her and Mr.Frost being in favor of here's'your five'dollars" ,tad. twelve.' .

pation in a territory bad attached the provision.My not remote from the dearest objec of ear another cents.' .
person. .
ly belonged to only reason for voting in favor of the The voyage was a pleasant oil I preached Hoping that ere long more one or Another melancholy aff-iL! of the same Here's your eleventh box.

States. Finding to repeal the Mexican law, but net before a marble desk. I stood atone of my early friends will join our little band, kind was reported as a. possJIe result of the 'And here's your-twice kite.ten twice
majority determined made at the last session, was that I end of the cabin the medicine chest up- I subscribe myself, first. twelve is twenty-four ndoll and twen

Injustice; if brought \ property to be sensitive and I feared on tbe table fora desk. OftI was obligedto Affectionatelyyours, New Orleans state that in the first ty-four cents.' .

made an effort to many persons might be deterred from hold on to the table to keep upon my feet District Court of papers that city o". Friday,the 1th ,At this stage of the game'he bad' t':quite
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State, so that a with their slaves to those territo for all was motion-sometimes rapid and From Alexandria Gc 14* alt the Grand Jury, having been charged docile and 1 continued' ;. .

be established south even should the discovery of valuable inegnlar.If EplHpa O..u.. eU.u. by Judge Lame, who said that in the Here's your twelfth box;band OVCT. twxn-
eyes -
At one time the .1f'D render their labor profitable, after my time and space allowed, I could An ordination was held by.Bishop Mrade, : of the law all men were eqnaUaai that the ty dollars and forty-eight cents. : ;

proposition, so opinions of such men as Clay and Web- tell you something of sea incidents. I could at the Chapel of the Theological. Seminary, laws of the land mast be rigidly enforcedthe Here the globules of' perspirationv brgeas

ceed; it, however, were given in favor of the validity of speak of splendid sun-sets, of the aspects near this place, in lairfax countr, on Thursday peace and safety of the community requiring marrowfat peas stood out in bold relief
of the of the of and morning last. hen Messrs. Hnbbard, on his face but at he'doled"out the
came a State with Mexican law abolishing slavery. For ocean, phenomena sea it-and having deliberated for about length. :.
sea coast. No man reaSon, and that alone, I would again air and skv ; in a word of.all the joys and Leacock, ,and Ha kel, of the"atin two hours,informed the Court through the sum., ,.
indignant than I for its repeal. sorrows of sailor life. But of his joys, tbe class at that instittnion, were'admitted to the District Attorney, that they.wished_warrantsto "'Here is your thirteenth box -fork over

unjust legislation, You say that am claimed by the Union. greatest is that which lights his countenance order of dens and the Rev. C. M.Gallo be issued for the arrest, of Dr.Thoma your forty dollars and ninety-six centsv

clare that I have Dot party of your county. If the when the cry is beard, "land" ahead." way an Rev. Cleveland Keith, deacons to Hunt, and Col. Bell and Edward Bouligny, At this crisis hp lookedjer/eetlycwikr.-i
And with the sailor dear let the of Prt1 rlers. The was > The sweat was pouring off hint in. streams,
measure a violation set up rests upon the supposition that so my sr. the seconds of that gentleman, and also Jar
contended for by am an advocate for the formation of a us bid old ocean adieu, and hurry to tbe prtahe by-the Rev. G. T. Bedell,of New J. H. MaddoX; publisher',of. the-Crescent, and the tobacco juice- wad, running out" ,:of
I' "
I neither could nor party, either State of Federal it is "City of Palaces." : .1 and_Victor Kerr, the seconds of ,Mr. Frost his mouth. '
the opinion that erroneous. When attempted at Wash Here I am, in Calcutta. Do not flatter Mr.Keith is a/native/ of this town, and a, all of whom ire''Charged with mardsr- Fortyniityttx: If r'c1j'1". do.. ; .
could with honor, during the last session think .I yourself witn the idea that yon have seen sn Rv. D. Keith, fo many NODe of the parties'against. "bolD prOem but ifI do may I be d- -dP!. ;' '- r'
si hts. Calcutta will resident well rememberedby And raking his pile into bis hit, he erosb-
stances should, safely) say that no one contributed strange strangeness years a was issued, bad been found up to Friday .
t s done. The : to defeat the movement'than I did. I put any city in the world to the blush. It is many of oun citizens :'In conjunction evening,the llth;nor is" deemed, likely .ed it on his bead,' and made bis exit at a'rate .

t' Congress the power always considered the good old Demo- a city of contracts. Approacbing it from with Rev.Robert Nel81 and the Rev.Mr.Hubbr that at present they:will be. as. we.' understand ':of spied aUdgether unheard;'and Thave'
the Ganges it looks like picture of Lon- ue exfrcta shortly sail for China be' never seen bun hear enoughto'speak. to .
and the only party' as the true Union party; and t i if arrested,ihey. cannot tried,and '"
this power is, that I I nothing more is required to put down don from the Thames j but it is Calcutta and ,as Missionary to that country. ,.from. the' :: will consequently have to remain; in..prison him from tiring day to this.. ": :

shall I be republican. divisions and preserve peace and nothing else, when it is entered. Here is a Episcopal Churtb. until November.. It is however, stated,.by DisTiseiTisaxo 'Noa-ra Ct&OlJ1rtu&-
I than mansion, with the splendor of a palace;- the afternobn,an address was made4 the True Delta that have desire
is required no assent to have the Government ad- t they no '
From her sister States North CatoJ has
formation of the in strict conformity with Demo there are hovels ten feet high, some built of the Alumni of fiat intutn' by'th' avoid amenability the offended laws, whena :
receive her well meritedhonors..: She
mud of of r without win Mr. Pendletor jof : who not
others mats
palm triafaa obtained., It
given, is to be principles. I have ever been a State speedy appears-j *
has been called the State and"the
tests with; Congress man of the Jefferson school!and can dows or doors. Now you will see' an elegant was followed br the Rev. John Payne, )1i that the I legal wu'ne, pursued-has originated "sleepy "
Van Winkle of the States., torso lone
vet OD. appeal to my.whole public life in coach 'and horses all.,from England; sionary'Bio le The services of tia solely from Judge Lame who introduced the Rip
time that people am jalmost'ready[ to' beflieve
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who a ; ;
of now mulish-appearing' horses tied .to day are by those, were present matter into his charge the Gr
Aa respects the the assertion. I am not however, poor bto' nd-JIIfJ', that :
rrrat
nothing or good, an''wms
miserable carriage. Occasonally as of the cfcepest interest and soremnity.On then sitting thema.that he had learnt
*kYe trade in the,.> r d to admit that the States possess a you may stating from withinits borders.'Yet North CaroTma.has .
in St. PauPs Church
the constitutional the reserved see a cow-but the buffalobreeds abound ; Friday ming, particulars from the city papers. The *
which or right i -
: : birth to'as
%ish to-you ) secede from the Union 'I consider it to here It fact,'decent looking domestic animals is this pla twasconseerat e Ri.Jobn Payne, D.:D. fortunate.affair seems to.havecop. given Jnaay distinguished"
oe distinctly for men; as most of her sister States. Our at*
1 Bishop Cape
not numerous here though domestic : ducted with fairness both sides
extreme
of the first a paramount right inherent in are ,:on .
period i every pea tention called 'tothis'subjecf by asset
in \V Af- was
free animals such as they are abound.- Palmaa,and p: ajat and it is only characterized as murder ia
gress, I,declared in ,to themselves from oppression when r ef purr remarks made not long since in the course
that I stood ready at action of the Government violates their Now an Englishman rides by in state and rica, by Bishof Mee nance of the law of Louisiana,whieh terms of.,conversation by ther'Rer. DriHowell,
Deli;and Johns ,
the breaking up of. rights, and becomes too grievous now the natives one,driving coach,another Eestburn,of l: usn L or' every case of homicide occurring a. duel 'Richmond,,Va%'htmself a'native
nqw
before to clear the two:lIt. of "he was preached by such .
midst of the a -- be borne; and that, from the nature "lour running way, Viinia as the Old North State.. '1'he'Drnm.
.
it would be ef ting on behind to yell.wben persons are in _.
decency;prejudicial, system, the most t that his native State, much'spoken againsV
'
& mode danger ct.being run over, and another brushing Bishop Payfe'a native',of Westmore 'NEW..CosTnt .cax1uTL-We .
respects shocking to to accomplish_that object. :THE ix as she was, had given to -the world many
desire to clothe the __I have heretofore' given publicity to my away the flic and mosquitoes. No Englishman land County,* a. He received Education, as we at are the find the following, paragraph in,the Cincinnati useful and valuable men''.' He, stated;:d-

the city with the as to the position which conceive walk=tbe beat would not allow informed, his- lieological'and the last Enquirer ol, thejst:.inst.' When the a member Congress 'some,tweaty"years "

nuisances whenever slaveboldmg States'sbould' occupy in it;;besides, there are no fcideyraJks, and one Seminary near this place,. 'o' Missionary wife of.one, of he;.'most- successful-pork' ,:to d ;!him that at'that time'one baff> of, rage
the action of must ride or push himself through the oily, fourteen year has, ben residing as a merchants" the it is of th
to do su; and for : to the last Congress; fashion surely not the Southern members of the Seaata *
lat las'r have given d 1 will not extend this long letter "yre- naked multitude.. Now.as., you ride on, the in Africa. '? too-.much;,,to expect that all the lair damesand United,Stateswere natives oIKot. Carofina. -
fear at by such a' rating them, but refer to my answer to lofty spire of ,a. Christian meeting house He has now returned to his native land t maidens of rorkopolu will follow snit: #-&&&
the office to
Districtth would be invitation of the citizens of Tuscalusa, greets your eyes, while on the opposite corner receive war cnicftjon'to\ General Convention _.UA married Jady of-.this city,:wife clone The Rer..'Dr.: Slinoer,d JfeW;York, irk

people more directly the month of October last. Nothing ha arises 'a rusty pagoda now a..Papal he Protestant. the of oar most successful pork merchants was born in the vicinity:Edenton: Bev.Dr.

00 apprehension of ,.occurred to induce me to change :the Cathedral,and nowthe gilded .minarets.of of United the Statesand t Episcopal, ChJ..n_' out..yesterday the new style of dress,accompanied Hawker also of New York;is from Craves
can with therein expressed It will at all Mahometan, mosque. '. expects husband.Ya hero r--Missouri,ts'frees tbf
Haw
say > Since' in1 the ,' the land ind people,to:whose' welfare'.and by.ber. saw eoJ Bishop *
afford me plesure to communicate with our stay city same = Polkr of Loo i *
citizens desired those festivals. has devoted his life. .'Tbi,street.,and, admired the. ease and county Bishop ;
freely upon'all of inter there have been four holidays or happiness be .- Dr.Ba UMari>,Presides
peued..J.howr subjects public. We 'flattenngand limplicity of berinanaerswbde the; observed is front ;- ,
chief business to understand, be gires.very:
During three days the ,was Chat*
is
ifipssedbeeaue the the success,and of many: observers, almost as much of.the Alabama- Uaiversity,) from_
law .the Faithfully, I am friend and ob't srv't : throw.red dust-ot dye upon one.jmotber.Wt ; encouraging accounts""of :waslrom the sane rDr.
was & your several Colonizatioa;; as we did the dress ititlf, which..all admit- Baas Dr Brandy eoftaty .
The
would WILLIAM R. KING saw many completely besmeared. prospects of&be- ,. .a Mercer .from Wake -ARevJohn '
I not, under ,_ < sea :was atiflll..ppayprjate' and.chattel Je 8e, wa .

given my sanction' Coin- A.- B.:-CuTHcaAcv: \,-,' last ova day. : ,They and night wash"was.themselves spent in' nt.offer at the a Minaryf. good Weor. Ar.:the ind,"unquestionably,_as .a.Itreet-dress. did '' Kerr' IG well'kKnra.'aapowrlatand -*

JXstrict of "tbatot contrast advantageously. with;: the ..paveseepingrrob : .
:Iride Colonies the .TbtilY'I-Ie..r&Poiaddler.
on
.During' an. evening .
the violation of WUch to the A..u..Par prayer. iyu.'e and
fat' i. r o the.Britisb that were:passing gathering county '
and 1 sw thousands hurytn.a the,:n ver, a Le Te dust and everf Pritchard are sJso"hatives NorthCajoUaa
manner We dot believe that eHher the whig tome inhabitants of.this Colonyua up' they ::ucr at step '
to rote for the, the democratic of the uttering cry. aP Her bonnet was'tof the ordinary t ODth"c We believe that:thw list of tiwPtfesnncBlm i
parties country can of ljrndoos'seenjs much states, cf aptured .
The the chiefly
worship : w '
t. world to whonrNorth Ca6
clause whenever ea.s'of dovecolored silk high |tt..lbe the religioar
i'ro and ;
fairly jutiy.identified with the aboli .fn .
,
; like the carousals of drunken;_and licentious have been carried m there by ; a
in
Una bra mfghrbeTgreay
: the knee low h given'birth:
arid too ,
'Permit tne to .. At the South both parties are equal. and-nambetnowwit'its t reaching below ,(
:
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other provisions 'X>f, ,.iuterested in the safety! .of_slave.institu men..But .- ajuD Bntisd'ggvermentrare we'Jraaitl1ltri ; coo4.Wtepa }; the creased!'Our object ia writing..JMflsMf.ketch
.
: there atom n Calcutta true Christian* 100,000, tprbo,by_the "
the committee, and I. At ,the North..there"'are' Free Soil Iri1'and la: were of the ambit materiaVfuilTaiwI ,i.to call the aneatiCA this Bafter;
Here you may.e'the simple,spiritual,wor; ( brpoght small of oie-rw1> .1)etter caaainta4 wife'if
going several \Vb" ,an4 .Free) Suit Democrats Union gathered at the ankle in* tune, fitting some
ship of,the living ; celebrating the merits udef the injtueoosofdiOCbristiaa religion black and ba than,we ate .A bog list of dlstiflgaithr J
'And first u to'the &pand Union DemoeratWe hope and Go become overlihe top of:a*eat ?getter a
Jesus. iwerewalking of th'eni Have not onry jAKfessing '
ot as"we [ '
ridy;l -
--many
: ; Y. Via Stalesmeaand --Pditican Jiorn tbrr Stotrmig&Jrbtr'mde '
fully satisfied hat '! v;that the friends of the Union Coustim Ic or 'eonsistentrebristianaana'eonvinr cell turned foot. .. '... : .j
? under the ;the strains the but 't Noi1" 4 *Wes'bope that:Ysoeeelse* ijoV
the line as agreed and of the Union at the NOrtti'wbaJeierr beautiful bymn.- ye" o i as-they dpf.rom: .varioas tribes, sooeJar. "J'. 4', '1-L "" -: ..
.iII.W
tended for treD name*will wore "1J1'rh Q-.uUVVP61W our correspoodeaSs. l if i
at J1i triumphant over ia inteporafteespendangtnany'years inSierrieon e Aarjasts .thus, '
; "c"
the 9
the iDte aboluJOBist factions : .1 &t)1 '' t9.. : of z >' "" artkle oo the. R-J--. Btbferel, ttll J ". r" .t t.r.i
desire
rooting true Bqt'bptlf partial '" : :; : W P1" ... ,"with thebop* .and, ulbaut.dbolr4otad_ ;,:Wi ._ 'oat .v ,'::
wbelc South. The .it ,JB ,tbe countryand: :.Jut.ce.:1 1 fell upon pur>r*ars.,;dt care\ f.ron} ii Tritedwelrng doing good to their f penids and rt tioas'haveretarM'to1' fox lilar. "t'i ; s-sr r-- .:.:Tao EDasrq'IT i JJ.. (rs+r.! .tt
raised agaisct the ; irons' their contests the bobby of and.was in the aatiyeaaegeurber; their ftribeXandl reestablished i'mia derstand that foot?H-f=....os .'
gory Jbad bees land, abolitioniwq.-,The patriotic .-, .. -- j; _" s,_ ._.', and Missionarlatatioaaarong4hem.tblks | ti 1 Nrr3htia1itd Wateiis 'is galedoaliqiinTsUatcounty y... .,
,no foundation, in ,.
wwoat giving'to parties Congress frqtn, all 'sectionsebothil.be itlgbomei ns'lnthq.IgturoLJwotoone.The a great'And frt.. 'now in.:'progress and Wear:a' heavy bearf..elJarwl8- t. ;.ia_..a'a > ., .
atslKatioq'bave; imitated,by! their;respective.,par Englishii Iealityrarsbot'_ ldfutbni there : W uzensinay' th. elevea gad ttiriefiliaealisiekaad ,
: ? bye
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fM bovadftiy of Tn .:and';PQ p.tlet,rivalry<:btinowniltr.l a JWiuterestioc .. :' lep, waftcwtti toes tfeebeed. + .inward, ".;f t ." ." ., .1. .: "\ -

at tint time ol her 'shiU. inakethe greatest eflbru' and i.am nhICent* jr. ;ifs;. agb'c? ; pf. t 4 1? : and allit1Iet.--;.,i.N.t. *wtirs : .. '".. \ $ .10-'
'G.ffiiJb _? ; UatMMrv. .1. :.check:.cott.an*wfci ,. 'Mbo: istwe1Wtbie7uetofage 4Ait. ,...':1. t.
rifbt to tte whole, the'greatest js ; establisbmjriit Xla shipping, this port is.endta none in i. uf f.k m >atternoott-rtblt'; X1waiheM -'.mee.. r- > .. ,
Grande from its .he J*.w 4 Jbe CoostfcrtkMvand P01'.1I1e' hefort4 b. .London, tAli'ga ant:jfcome ; iaChrist; Charebaad;* """- ,. wiItr' pebc7fr ': ,' .. .' .'
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''........"Wana"t... ........m..lo.'i I fi ltbq¬bJ4thae'- ; ;: Itilithi:ffii lWi: ; J > '_", \:.,i: J"'J &ba'Y_. 'I'- t;democrats .fce held together'wbeof 1" )om -

"rhI' following is extract from aneloqueat received and_,tbatttfiey would" have gotten, .hi W.I. be'1Mr. fo i Lt\ f" n Jul ,them! ; yea a majority, are prepared acqniesce -
speech delivered in the,.House of Re-, had 'there been a free' market: Besides. all 1, "''Jt -," <__." Q.t l'ae, iy' : i DUbn ti4mstirrepres.: ia the late acts'Congress,upon the
ftreee&tatirea IMS, by Robert BarnweU this the smacks'were subjected to a chargeof : +'rr "r -; ,W,e ; n our t : occupied g
: .vi pu e ; 3EOXGU FLATTOXM 1 Can
be
I 'fchetVOf. Sooth Carolina, \\'bo,.aUbe'pre. \I $33 for.pdrtexpensesrairwhith, wenl into .->' 'x" r : ,.':1 ni ir ,b1d .styl& tenable, }'poartions. b laiolutmaepnt, !f:the.noble hun- th.cy held to.
for
I tent moment, is the leader of the disnnionista' Francisco'a: 'hinds, from thence only $8 Tluimay-L v < 'August': ? .King opposed the admission of California gI rianpeopl*.' ,One.of:vOufconntrJ'men' uruntlbeen getber with others_ ,and the most pan pre

,. of the South. nth! haa been a wonderful were in facf paid to the Government' ;' .remainder it with.(her, ?large boundaries t and herFre: -soil made,:the/subject t.t! pro-, snmptous s" LiibtRvwho a for breaking
ft"iee that time' in the of "enJ't his pockety ,
t io: chance $ opinions .. :Cotton bail in i s criptionrypunjman! ,nacned"Brace,a pedestrian p. l C.
Planters onvenuon tojiortbero.acquiescence er.Id1xtis. : !
J
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-- Mr'Jttblt; nenUtnents"he thenrtxnaJr ottered The"conseqnence was,'that only a few.ofthe < ) f can t.mere :
and be endorsed of of The Tallahassee ; sion.] ,He the District slave ,tourisf who wa>travelling arid familiarizing question of tbearaefrig -G ;
true, will .cordially wealthy ..this'city' 200,000 people, bring''Jbe full ;op posed, ; bi ,
. byeYprjrinattof reflection:' : were able'to enjoy this luxury;.< If no restrictions i 'proceedings i of' the ppf :of. otton'planters ; = with its'exercise of the abolition power as a i himself with i .the HungMJan peo- foftecKttwn b mae t operate

11 ;; Bit to make'the TOll of all the law-by.constitutional are placed on the market, tens of thousands or Leon county, on'jYe' "26tbulfc penally for,violation of its 'provisions. .He pie' for'the purpose'of learning their,character upon tbe,people so that e7 can :foiar
will be able who heretofore fraternise with those who
,
to
buy.fish cnvre
the and are /or its
li I arrangements to protect ;' o the general( : Texas', bill &e.- He f ll er suspicion w burn.
I urge eceity'of.z cprivention ;
could not do it. Tbe increased demand : bO !
p I weakprdenabl& the weak as well as the ,rj&1.lqrdJe, d ATC XXICIZ, that for e.a hicL; .
1 I ftror to rule, themselves,' and thus, to Bet will require a great number ,vessels and ,,and,apppint dele LB thi t l.- ,- 1J w -- v > *plagly co! by imprisoned. the eirenint i '4Inreference -** fiSna rArethoerniuso n: blinded Io.eiat
core the blessings of liberty.and free govern men, and will render the business-- very profitable We haT rce v &mmunication from who see.nothing but evil, in-the times. t io the ? i bte,
: + that dfscplesbf; Axo&xiJrL
I _', il ment-to. all-that, js the mighty problem on our coast; an intelligent. source, ,prompted by : Jo:the \firstj the:mOlt'objectionable m asureMr.Xing papers contain We following! despatch:; jj

ri 1 \1rblcb-lias puzzled ,the' statesmen and patriotsof This monopoly has been abolished,- we tice of the move,in.Leon, in,,which out i :[ sees no violation.of! the Con faiESTxv-Jane": 26th. -The ,American they are legion througfioot Forll those
'
learn made
1 i t all aits. *.d. 'W lch' has at jast'been representations In, Cuba to qnii snVof( the !line Independence raninto",, ,tbs: op the Rbett shot can m npoo, samepiatform
IP I 'so wonderfully solved in our..Constitution. tbe Government of Spain.' If it be a presage 'is made a t the time,:place, origin, & stitution., ,Another passage'we-would wish porxat eleven :oUcck- ttI.momag. She upon thealWbsorbingissaes l '

!. This Constitution:was the result of a thaj other important restrictions:'and the-propS project Bat,for the'l length of to have fixed if the'attention' of the reader, crries,6 guns" ,and *90 r ndeJanc!! day Never! never 1 the h olrtt'

long train of events-:-peculiar times and circumstances impositions of the great multitude that pre- the, proceedings, vrewould i transfer and to which ,we would direct the especial MiBre ba ben released, and 1!. 1 one loi ntainmg -"
.j and a.wisdom and virtue uttks vade every'class of business department full ouVcoiumnMhat bi s'way t %Tbere.hiave. been the prfc ehl Union-the dthef.bellev
9 in ) who secession
to readers recognise 'plce.
our, as a
of life that Island and that like 'tbei ;
:: toed, by tbe intensest thought; and matured on lay a notc'f.bC8 nom-erous arrests lately, and se ing and preachingthattheVxmoiis a corse.
,I II by the sternest' trial '. Gentlemen may suct leaden weight on its prosperity, will. be removed and our correspondent:might be ,fully pos-< ,",and emphatically'a.";rttei crghtviz et combinations:against .the governmenthave Can the Whigs fraternise 1"They hare
;'J t teed In' overthrowing it-for there is no or lightened, we may :.then, believe 8 d of the'Y'fws-entertained' :: in'MiddeFlorida ri : f' been discovered 'derble exrtent. mate

t \. blessing man'is'not capable of despising and that the evil day for Spain the, severance 'on.the' subject.The report is elaborate "1 have ever-beena; State-rights man of At' Eto;; t."co/ ,between ri in ter midst who are like the; Do

kt1 abusing-but let them-not indulge the vain from her crown of her, brightest jewel, "the ,containing many statistics,'and embody the Jefftrsoninn "sc/zooland: can,fearlessly thny'anc persons"were: ;arrested.. >At crat*, favor of a disrP of the U,1".
Queen .of the Antilles will be .
that when overthrown, postponed.But secret stores of.arms and 'ammu- while
*
wi hope they can re-es- : appeal to mywhole public life in proof of aare' cling ten.
it must come at length. 11 it be the ing,views which with our limited. time at its Shail, been discovered. Mr. Brace, Snot
tablish i it: Centuries rolled over before the the ,lam not, however, prepared der ,the, _sthictureframed i
birth of this Constitution; and it may take as policy of Spain to easethe burdens tha, she receipt we,shall not attemjt1o'.endnf to &anion., the Slates either the disposed ,to'allow his i imprisonment !in Washington his by

many more to find a people either apable of has forced upon the backs of the Cubans, but, shall" endeavor to lay in,full"! Vefore,:our constitutional the reserved poss right to secede Hungary to drop.with his release,but will tper' Can they

appreciating administering such a Constitution. her sagacity has awaked too late to preserve readers in our next. According .to, our information from Vie Union.o I consider it to be a para adopt every. means "getting! ,satisfaction. unite with southern' disuninist,a northsra

.t' .'_ Once fallen! like_ the. .decayed manv' vears the" fidelity of the "Siempre fiel the. subject of the; mount fight, inherent ,every people, tofreethemselves He ,will soon !lay a full account.of his im "higher laW Patriotism forbids tie
cities of inc old world standing amidst rums IslaCuba. Every one acquainted withthe ; CnVniol from oppiession when,the prLnment' before the' American Govern t th ought. :Prominent melr,"fcodW',on'botli
and deserts, it will be fallen forever. If the sentiments of the peppl of that Islandh! as been commended from time time by action of the Government violates their es .. The arrival of the Independence '
s es, and hold
! Union: were to be dissolved to-morrow, it knows that there is a deep toned feeling of many presses in the"South! for,the.last:\t!.o sential rights and becomes to grievous caused.ranch excitement.' crisis i is may,try the., people' ,'bat tbe

\ could not be re-united. Aware of the difficulty disgust and impatience of Spanish rule. The ; but the movement .in ,Tat be borne; and that, from the nature of our + .' to immineDt and unless the sign*
abas
f of establishing the Constitution, and Government contains within itself the seeds be year first definite we'hare 1 Federal system, it would. be jibe ,.most effectual Heeling at, Alligator,. of the, times ; it.-will be seen,
#
one s en as ;tto e-pplt
of its soldier that
destruction and
own ,
!' l its completeness, when honestly administered every mode to accomplish that object.11 will! tisiinthelr, roer-ied'; .
&'t$ i to accomplish the great objects for which is imported from Spain to enforce her laws time and place. 'The object, .isa'getteral ,How the :Jeffersonian secessionists can .At ameetng' ,of the citizens of the Town nation, and down from those ,

it w A created,the people of the United States and repress the popular wish, only hastens Convention of planters of*.the :'Southern. find'comfort in this letter of Mr. King, we of Alligator, in Columbia county, held at the positions pul assumed
the anxious avoid the
event sheis to and
\ so : for
" frowned all alter Convention ol tie 'i'-rpry put
have ever upon attempts to i and not simply a, '
States in town on Thursday, the
i independence of the Island or its annexation reatalosstosee.- Court.boos sid. men b
_
abolish of its essential features.
or ge' enough
war toembrace
any of the State of Florida, as our cor
si.n\ Whenever has t o the United States. If we listen to the planters 31st day of JulyA. D. 1851, JAMES S. the '
welfare
fairly developed of the
} any party whole !
i designs'hostile to its integrity, they have Spaniards who are sent out to fill the various? respondent seems to suppose. We append The',Revolt in Cuba J ONES/Esq., was called to the Chair, and Secession I Secession is country
( been overthrown. To what but this Constitution offices of Government in Cuba, (and all the officers to-day the resolutions adopted i in Leon, shoving The intelligence from Cuba published! in !yes,that the cry

must we attribute the glorious;' distinction civil and military, are from old Spain, i the "call" to meet at Macon, Ga.." on the our last, of the opening of a revolution on CI.WRIGH was requested te a Scretr. the war cry of z peculiar few who atone are*
one of the heaviest grievances) we would sound !" Are they mad 1 'Are
; we as the happiest and they beside
.1:1, possess 27th of October next. the 4th at Puerto the
July Principe by -
; people
:
believe there is a deep feeling of affection At the request.of the the.objects of .
freest people in the world! and what are all Chi! 'b 1" Why this 1
;j : our troubles and contentions with each for the crown ; but these men are enrichedy The great e1'i complained of by the re- of that island, and the- triumph of the meeting-were explained by.M. VV.Smith, dinal l point s1es of.'the Southern cry I i a ear

':1h: other, but providential rebukes for departing their offices, and are interested in pre erv- por is irregularity production ,of Cotton, i insurgents, over the regular troops, in a Right'cl..,

,(.:: t from its wise and just provisions"L1' i ng by all means the present dominion. The and it is thought organised concert of action battle with the command of Gen. Conti, Esq.On that you must believe .in secession before
natives the eels that are skinned by the of- motion, Messrs. Smith, Bexley, 'anc "
: are 'sorKD
for the his. I can be.tru'sfed
you
t .Sir,71 go Constitution as will control its effects. bfore you .
fi leers, the subjects oi all the exactions and i in cchhbimse1f, and nine officers were taken Niblack "br the Chair ,
want in its but if there were as a
no change provisions; on this question ? it i Mr. Editor
' \ those We shall publish in our next the comma* appointe I I ,
i whose"names !
mpositions are legion and 100 men reported to have ten
Ik. 4. Is to be any change I want those changes prisoner. Committee to report a Preamble ,
prepare atd large of the fathers
i who have compared and who with every nication we refer to, rit does a majority of the Republic
:] to be in favor of popular liberty. Instead containing a been killed on the side of tbe royalists, and Resolutions for tbe action of the meeting.
of the legislative power-from day's intercourse with the world are cornering some valuable suggestions to our own a well a prominent men- and tbe
{ strengthening
j :i their own miserable vice-royalty with comes to us repeated in the despatches of The Committee after a short absence,
: which all the Constitution p people of later are untoimd. General
: : usurpations on State in regard to a general emulation of al years
.
the last mail. Therecan
he free and them various exchanges by
! : which threaten to happier governments near made the following
have
originatedand now Jackson Democratic
those who know that allthe that i interests, and the-benefita resulting from an a President denied tie
;.; overthrow it-let the legislative power be money is scarce be doubt, of its correctness in REPORT
It still further restrained, by limitations more drawn from Cuba but impoverishes its people exhibition of.the whole products of domes i the main, reiterated a it is by.later dates Information having been received at the doctrine,-Join Forsytb, a dicngishe

I tr clearly defined; let the veto principle, on hat and Cuba produces no return Government, those who which know tic labor, or a State Fair. We .differ some-, tha those received by the Isabel. The Land Office in Newnansville, from the Reg- Georgian, voted for the Fore'Bi. Te

J.-I !' which the Constitution is built, be increased enlarged, cannot support supports or protect a them in war but what wib'tbe writer a to the propriety of White Star is raised as the standard of Co ister's i Office at Washington, that tbe lands present acting Vice Pr is..not prepared'
tt In Order that great majorities-an leave it a of all interests. We about Alligator are covered by a private to sinction the doctrine, and thinks "secer.
invaderthosemen
must a to an
unied
.r prey bah and with the feeling naturally
be make ,
number of willS--may required tu ,liberty
'claim, that land be entered in sion is neither
no more can
constitutional)
a
'4' will tell us another story. They will think any evils incident to the system'o or reserved
laws for tbe people; and thus a nearer approach i by our Republican institutions,
who have entered
inspired that and those
ell us that they for the hour when vicinity, right hosts of others with clear ,
be made to the naked theory of pray planting Cotton, can be best remedied by ; bed
may thereabouts will have surrender a
Cuba will,be separated from Spain. which we have ever gratefully appreciated, lands l to
a free Democratic Government-that those with that patriotic minds could be Earned then
IJ!, every conversant brand said and locate why
.claim
important them to tbe
I.'% We have heard nothing late.y of much interest we cannot but hope it will speedily culminate !- prIvate
I detest the do-
himself.
shall rule
mad of Agriculture. But the other industrial l lands in their stead elsewhere the public make it such a bobby T Right
l t; tninlon of one man-a king.-I detest more from Cuba except: the executions ol great to witness the disenthral/Kent/ of the upon I Sutber
I heartless several persons for disaffection to the Gov i interests-those of Mechanics and Mannfactures T lands,- | have ben 8 trampled upon,if the Usios
; the dominion of because ;
); i many, more people of the island. they will revoln In view of the disastrous of
t" $ and irresponsible; but, above all, I fear, ernment. Nothing) can be gathered from -equally demand attention, and we are I consequences i is disastrous t the happiness and property
; tion, and like forefathers desire throw such an Committee would
our
t- t and loathe, and despise more than I fear, thedarktaithless the papers. Every thing in their columns happy to see that the former has recently); t that ennt your of the citizens of 1ro of the South, the-people will not and oughtnot
.' I passes through the bands of a censor, (one thyoke of colonial bondage, may the!: pose e
.c, r: remorseless tools tyranny and of then a caucus the o the unmistakeable evidences of despotism.) taken the subject in hand in Conventionin l lumbia county and all persons interested to seek subterfuges of this kind,ba like

:.1 victims majority-first of tbe bloody the despotism of some Nothing political is allowed to be there, unless i Georgia. Each interest must be most sensible cause prospr. called, at the COlnt-hoose in the Town of the heroes of the Revolution, anurl\he\ b

t' bold, bad man, who uses the high aspira- l it be a panegyric upon the greatness of its own wants, and know bow tu Anti-separate-secession Fleeting. Alligator, on l5thday of August of next, net 'of Independence and be prepared to
for the .
at 10 o'clock mu-
tion of the people for liberty to overthrow and magnanimity of Isabel, the perfectionof indicate and provide for them without trenching A great Anti-separate-secession meetingwas tual consultation a. mn, and to devise purpose the best sustain tbeir acts by the strong arm of physical
: Spanish'law and the love of the Queen
I i:, the Constitution its ruins.of Sir his country, and lift' himself for the "ever faithful island or else maledictions upon the.rights or impairing the welfare held i in Charleston,'the evening of the means of resisting the injustice. force. -

.r.i i biaUy'short-lived.-ThfY on republics aim at are a prover.higher ; upon the "filibusteros" that dared ,to of the other. The following are the resolutions 29th olt. Tbe.call was signed by six columns Your Committee further recommend that The doctrine of the right to secede, urged

I standard of equity in government, and re4I touch the sacred soil at Cardenas. Fromotber I adopted at Tallahassee : of signatures, in the Charleston paper i in tbe the proceedings Jacksonville of this News and Florida at the present time, is understood ,by those

quire,therefore, a higher standard of virtue sources, though, I am convinced that Resolved, That the great irregularity! and *. publican. Re who advocate jt, as a
to administer them; and, being open to the the Government of Cuba quakes and trembles continued tendency to reduction of the price endorsement for sister encooragmentatd'
The meeting was organized by appointing I a .
for its existence unanimously Stte"
and with Which adopted.
I
was O
\: aspirations and ambition of all, they must reason. of our great Southern staple, are evils which report .
: necessarily be liable to move frequent and am convinced that there is already a strong require investigation, and the application of i John Rutledge as President, sixty Vice On motion, Messrs. Herbert, Freeze, and L i an entering,wedge to the aop.iment

-"I t. desperate contests for power, and darker that disaffection it is for the mother Government, and a remedy if one can be found.: Presidents,and six Secretaries. A letter was Eilerger, were appointed a Committee, 10.I tbe darling object of the 1i r a

conspiracies against their integrity; and let growing every day. Resolved, That in the opinion of this meeting read from Hon. Langdon Cheves, and from and circulate notices of the General' Southern Confederacy. Therefore the pple'
. !\ "'r. Us never forget tbe sad lesson all history nothing is likely to be for prepare should be watchful
accomplished others, approving of tbe object of the meet- to be held on the 15th of r and. beware ,how,
i Meeting proposed
teaches that free the EXCITEMENT LEJINGTON.-MAN the benefit of te
iti. every government sun AT : snotBY our interest, without .
. areasonai i ing. After which, resolutions were intro- countenance it. It may be right, It .
may
has shone has been ble .
'tf..I. ever upon overthrown A WOMAN.-We learn by passengersfrom amount of concert of action among cotton August.On b
: IN'$'; in the names of liberty and the people." Lexington that something like a tragedy planters. -, duced by K. P. Finley, Esq., which were motion, the meeting adjourned. constitutional-but when you see.and, her -

.. came near being enacted at that place on I Res/red That, with a view to obtninl carrie&wit'great unanimity. The meeting JAMES S. JONES, Chairman.! its noisiest advocates standing and blusteringon
. [Corrrpondencvof&rannahRepuUzcan.] Monday ot last week. A short time since, of action, we Ae'Rhett
Platform be assured
concer addressed by Hon. A. P. Butler and ,you may
A. J. T. WEIGHT
\a ,
rc Ku-WurJlUlo 22,1851. a young lady of some fifteen years, a Miss on the cotton plantersof the Southern States Secretilr.cot '
:J4? We heard by the last steamer from Hat' Merrill, ran off with a man named Harper, to assemble in Convention at Macon, Georgia -: Hon. R..W. ftrnwell, in opposition to sepa "Republican." that it encourage* the immediate disruptionof

t vana that tbe fish monopoly of Francisto and was married. More recently, some difficulty on Monday, 27th day of October next, oat rat State action. the UnionS Satan sometme affects tabs

. Marti at that place has been abolished by having taken place between the 'parties such other time and place as may be most I LCtA Co.,Fix,July 23th, 1851. very religious and uses very pious expressions

the government, in Spain. There seems to the man stated publicly that tbe marriage convenient to a majority of those who may] THE PICOLATA POST OFIcE.-wing to Ma. EDITOR : Although of the opposite to the end that he may,the bettude. -
be no doubt from further news that this is was a sham, and cast reflections on the desire to be represented, and that,this meeting the irregularities, the recent almost constant with have -i- 1
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political party yourself, (as parties t lude the victim ; likewise who
true. If not again renewed, tbe business of character of his wife. Incensed thereat appoint delegates to the same. failures, of the St. Augustine mail for this I persons a
. fishing will hereafter be a source. of great and burning with a desire for revenge the; Oa motion of' Judge BREVARD,.the Report ; Lav been divided for many years past,) but reading for disunion, but,.afraid to own i it, because

profit to a large number of smacks on our injured lady begged her brother-in-law to resent was received, and the Resolutions taken up place direct, complant very naturally] i a I always have, the papers of both I of its unpopularity, may- S the doctrine of

, coast Some years ago, before the monopoly the insult. Failing to comply'with her seriatim, and unanimously adopted 'been indulged have been particularly sides and regularly yours since .its first establishment recession, because under it he may indirectly .
) existed, about, twenty vessels were employed wishes, the resolute female took .the matter General 1 WHlmEU offered the follow. made by the press of this place and St. Au. I succeed
must to The
on the coast of Florida in supplying ., in her own hands. She procured nistols, ing re80lutioi, was unanimously The blame was usually attribute say you your course to diunio, people soL
Havana with the different kinds of flash thai and having familiarized herself with their adopted : gustine. ., upon tbe subject of tbe present political excitement understand this. They should be careful of

. abound in exhaustless quantities in our use, she sallied out in quest of her husband Resolved, That the Secretary of,this meet to the Picolata post office, in the postmaster throughout whole Republic, and I who assumes to lead ; they should know his

I \\"aters"sucb as the king fish, the grouper, tbe Meeting him on Main street, she drew the ing prepare copies .of the foregoing Report L not opening' the Savannah bag, in which the more particularly now in;;South Carolina, opinions; they have all powers. By this

I wapper, the jew fish, and many others"", weapon, and placing it at his head;pulledthe t and ask publication'of tbe same in DBO\s I packages for this place were enclosed at St. has been such a large proportion of the means Florida may be kept but of the 'race .'
. b whicn are carried alive in tbe wells of trigger. In her.hurry and agitation she Review, the Agricultural paper and out and, forWarding a
e smacks to market. These fish have a delicacy bad only half-cocked:: it, and it would not go South, and the paper* .of the City of Talla Augustine, takingthem public does and will continue to approve : ttroom of disunion, by the conservatives of ..
: '
of flavor that is hardly surpassed any off.: In another moment, it was properly hassee. .. ., f'-p- ; them to their destination. We han You have not failed l to point oat: the faults both of the old partiesv

.. 1 where in .the world In addition to this a fixed and discharged, but tbe man'having in I On motion of Mr. HOUSTON- was .1 I received 'for.: 'p bliction':, I of prominent 'men .of your own'party Let 'an acqniesence' i in' compromise,
!large number of in the turned round the unanimously "* from J. Lee .th .
men were engaged salt- meantime contents, t !? WilHas. acting '
'a r E.. POttr they have,erred, neither! bare .you refused which is union; or.an ,arowal
; mullet for tbe Resolved That form into open
. ing same market. Owing to consisting of three buckshot, only' grazedhis we ourselves, t at Picolata,'in takes the Ancitnt 'of op
this monopoly. the number of smacks has arm and back, inflicting flesh wounds Cotton Planters' Association. to be'callet 1 and News somewhat to do justice ,to your-political rivals position t if.wbich is disunion, or immi
: dwindled down to four or five. It is not in without doing any serious damage. Think the Central Association of the Cottot'Planters City severely to I when they have acted' above 'party, for :the i ate secession be the division :line,

,. ; name a' monopoly-others were allowed to leg; she had killed him, the lady 'gave' herself : of Floiida, (ta for,their "o !! ught" on his office, from I settlement of ,the,great,question of the day 'of.'the friends of-the' Union aD te
, sell Ash but so large 'in charge of a but which we infer that, Mr W. has not observed watcb.cr' a
. ; were privileges I magistrate, soon ascertaining ; I "
r. have noticed that in the
States of SouthCarolina all well and
14t granted to Francisco, that be could throw he was only' slightly hurt, she Dinner to Dr. Yule ,the N tA'o.f.. a later date than the I will.be Florida wd be able t

: such: obstructions in the way of others, as to drew another pistol and started after him A portion of the citizens of Maribrf count;r- number containing the to which Alabam'Geoi and Mississippi takes, stand besideher, gallant. sister Georgia .

'. prevent any fish being sold in Havana, un a rain.- He had employed bis,time to. good I have invited Hon. D. L. Yulee to partake f imputations ., men prominent 'political, character, in defence of the Union the present
less they passed through his hands. These advantage, however, and succeeded in 'making ) be excepts. Afte making the complain I and others been an
w.bo" of secession
privileges be availed himself of to the fullest L i bis escape and secreting, himself.. Thecitizens a'public Dinner, as a mark of tbe I high eslimatibn against the i'ofce,the News of 12th I hye.'beretfore op agitators : ir fif 'a quiet retreat '

,i extent. ,The way i in which this'was managed I of Lexington were 1 incensed i in which they bol'his political July contained theTfolIowing: posedupq.al ol issues,of governmen- by being withdrawn; .from public,:station

S. at nay not be altogether uninteresting to you, against'him, tat in order to, avoid being course upon the late acts Congress.'" .' The at Picolata has polcy, a bading together for' i a ,by the people .whom.they:' have ,t ted .
: and itwill. give a striking example of r lynched, be city. that night.-Louisville o postmaster written a common purpose :' side' and
.you to
.' 1i the thousand and one grievances to wnich Courier. John G. Reardon, S. St. George Rogers, and letter to .postmaster here, in,which he te, sustaining a trying inveigle. -

. ,* & the people of Cuba are subjected by tbe A.:C..Brown are,the committee of invitation i : completely! vindicates himself frm all blame; present.TJnion .and form of'government BARN. WElL' ,
'
L t government of Spain FATAL ACCIDENT.-As two of tbe Mr.. Yujee, in.bis _reply,'takes occasion t in the matter of sending te 'Jacksyie i intact, the oth using every means i io :their; 19th' 1831.

.Francisco bought his privileges from th working in the establishment of Jab irs dwell and with most marker mails to Savannah.11. power to render the government odious, and LGAT .

'I t.i Spanish --Government at high price, and the stead, No. 22 Ann street'New York, were: complacency&mewhat, his He !This. >correction- of'the, 'Nn' own. slate,- to extirpate that feeling of veneration, for Mr.,Editor'I.ober ia one of )he'c

.)t Government with the unscrupulousness and I leaving their work rcent evening,' one other upon course. 'says'-I', mentis sufcienty' vindicatory :and. we i the UNION, which the heroe&of. the revolution. l lains'oLyoU J excellent'paper notice
things
indifference to the.welfare of the :
Cuban the among '
stepped upon ttp.oor, which gave way, think must. have escaped ,Mr. Williams.'atbe ; L inculcated. a Mineral Spring situated near this place. 4
that they exhibit in ,all things; gave him and finding hersl fallingshe caught holdof ( I A |owerful and now dominant sectio I: anxious this
I such power. that no smacks'could take fis her companion's dress' and both fell from of the Union 'assailed ,the just..riKhtsandthreatened time be wrote to us.. We. perceive,1,tooby p Florida, one o the youngest sisters in the an pers tomunictoD

to Havana, unless they were owned by him, tbe founl to the first floor. One named I (the security and liberties of,lht the'last Ancient City, that that admits confederacy, is nearly exempt present from as I ban'visted Spring, Trl t ,

_ _ or,were pretended 'to be owned by hints Ir Dykewa. somuch injured thaishe t, State I represented, and of those others wit!I i ,a correction over Mr. pap. this excitement; we are. not and feel! half, .sorry,.half' angry, tall1'ebeen.
ocizi
consequence all the smacks from our coas died on the way to the hospital. The which, on account..ofsimilar :etruc; Cure into its col umns. .Mr. : posM .preceded in calling-.the 0
t.f, -- fcett Spanish papers, and ,,Francisco on th C other, Catherine Brady was severely bruise I. ture, their destiny is mixed. They bade'.u,S W.wi perhaps many) : who openly ,denounce .ani I' the fir attentio'
this
face of 1 thrn was the owner. To have Fran but it is expected she.will recover.GBAPBIC. .' Bow down, that they,might 'g6' ; I therefore agree withus: that the'publicatioi: I bus.the:UnioD and sing orgies to the tune public! to superb: gift 0 oatar? 1

Cisco's name was necessary, that they, migh t tht for ,one reusd" to Jay my ,body vr; t t th C of his cprnmunicationVto i 'is rendered unnecessary. of.its disruption. Yet in travelling'through sincerely hop'that the writer f ,Cone juW

---S: -#/, the make real anything owners.from at/all being, but fleeced it did and pot skin sav, .-A'poetic ourg- man, in 'describing over.ground TAIn,. as.th Mtreet,,I'to them that went ., We houl4.'iidd" .also'UiairthV: receipt Middle,Florida I !i ntJj,10 my great surpike ti &to n9t the" $pringbuttothntir.

Jtr edafter'theygoL.to, his wharves.Tb. e 'flashed the movements fish, says : of, tbe.Stt trul'would'reJlresentedtb'"spirit ha of:".the exculpatory)letter: by.the Jacksonville found fomYwho were possessed.pii.all'the !fngaad .eu cessfuIebrtsof_ oar.dtizeas t

smacks usually carry over from six to eight They through and.a lover's:darted brain.about,Tbe like brigh spurned to. )t nu ,:.my.official i l relations to v postmaster was stated.in,the' hatred of''Rtiett, and denounced who were render this ;spot ,not ,only attractive, fat

hundred live fish.; The,price .he ,paid tbe bops should be looked to. He's been youn staying wards, indignantly as I did to'submit ti<) lica ;. 'We, ,think, ; therefore. the' .iim'.u I not of !like! feeling, as, agreeable to ladies and ge'Jte en. Map
amackmen was four reals fifty' ,cents) for the demands of northern1 'submiiionist soap I this '
maYin communicattoa
'
out o and power; or. the in fiat justitiahai\ been'carried ,
sipping out. Otherwise tails
dirt
nigbt punch eate /)
each counter it called that is u. fish whiskey stanceaof ". J &cn
,u. was \ pa y po icy. ritol & fact
which
weighing.five! pounds, or .-over.. The.,fish The which is we: need not say we would cheerfully l Mr Editor-the .obJet pY. .communica- has :escaped ,the notice of'your

weigh from three to forty pounds, bat howe, ? O A BAD IDEA.-Before'you(ask a roan very pretty rhetoric'and' ; is I! Iv place to the pubb lio ii- of. Mri.Williams .is, to,"! ; -readers, disu- former.correspondent ouT this subject. The
ever, large one may have ,been, H was 'only for a faor, consult.the,weather.' ..The same very+happy in illustration-but 'it not illUs- even though'qf' 'hit'theRegulatorsover ; : "iOtf tai'tber aw cognomen :of *Indian "Spring: has beea,
rI that,is 'ulyia' sin while cole trated:in the realcourse of'Mr : nionistsOrganizngin-I ,and! to-ikeep,
one, counter. 'But' the most beautiful andaagaejous I person a Ynlea..1ever I bestowed' foiintain'asnear
the knucklesSuca ,oponthis magnificent
: feature to his plan was, that ii I rain 1 is, spitting aga'nstthe window glass I ,the JionVaa cOn hant, thai 1h will no sooner feel the',gladdening influenceI receive! a lick amiisa,. and : death : are remains old Indian
give.them "
tskdii-Bot weigh fire pounds, three ,otb- bear might. fall' a Mowat1the! Ballot i tar
.., CI were 4ded to it to count one; $Oth&ti U of ft',little quiet sunshine,,than,his i .heart WiJexpaudhkearosebu "as' the .upon and trample i him 'f. Williamstrunks:* _the charges. on thePzcoatoffice I .box.; _Under,'the gT, se'br.SonthernRight; [ ; town; and aner be prn oteel
ground/1it was.vihe :
fr .
I ; instance >*
I. ..Jiab, "thoaU iawhich"Mr. ? pottery, have its bed
.five ,
not happen to weigh bavesoxne
::othr j I they; !intent.toget! ,p'bwer.aoi th'en.ose & be tthe'
Yulee'sat jt for
f f inute
with tta '
:
poundbut4; J-t : a few coin:
three others 4 mailf the
weighing Ithrqveiint: all u' Disunion evidently forming. ,ornamental
"
, 3-4aebria all nineteen pounds might betaken QUADRATURE or THE CIRCLE.-The New peejrs, and allowedJthe'.Texa Bbundarvbil- d r >Notj-a] : pural .And pray, WbOIs, not ea

to count ODe of ,fire pound! ,After t tI ttiogibeato York Post says that some of.the mathemalicians topass.by:: -defauJt-.rthatTbiJlwhich. be The possessors: of the Jjwp1.haTeVwofa I in favor, n prepared to/austain southern .an4sefu1properiyfsquaw. !, some_,, a-demure-j .*-. *-
denounced '
t : his stalhr of that .have, t&meofzt., 'yxTbe ., After ., ,The,wa4er;gushes joyfully up betweea -.
old city
they were at ben gratified lately in .bVletter ( & V. :traveJling} nearly, J jhe. wtioie
:
to this
I his own price, which varies Xrom 25 to 50 t by ;an exhibition! '.of which.Pope place shortl'i' .! !! pjthe.St&teLLse. : letiVfind' :two enormou&,i-ocks, which together
cents a.;pound, according to th, number in speak*' of In the DDnci asthiinere delu.. !atLanta passage, and.which, while !ifaopro.rokesihe .,* 'U., S.,District, rz'Jiidge1Jin I wheasjjot's: would, 'weigh come'fifty :.DdaU} 'The. wa;

market. !By.this operation, if a smack took: Son of madmen; 4"rnnnlDf pirit.of r'"YoJee.'re iYid''. (d I P/esidihg ,.commenced.\ ., (weeugusinev n ask the southern righta. man..* Bat ter*flows .through- (pin:*Jroughs"*""* to".*the.djsothertabouts *" *" 'I "--

Oftf-MO.a.ab, the owner got WOO for themThavcrag.weigbtoftberflIzmtol&isten. ; roundMu. clrcl* flaji it'tpuin."I still receives,:the. eminent, countenance' -:oucb l i: !
; ,It Lu";ben accomplished reality,It is 'a man asYks President Kr gorArabml : .I, Ml;,Sherman of ,Washirigtbh Mr. 'Yu J .anif! fourfi-fiha.. .oi
Thi would'' make the most
load an antiquated
poaad weigh ad theM ; wipiioi a,
said,; : Delatorre mathematicaluban 1 '" ''' .w eaynond wouki jr ;
.. ,OOO,,pound, At 26 ctnU they would be bSnof.NetrYork, who to TbatMr* *' : .bit* il"li :"represented i I Iy ,t lee.arein'attendanceT i ** Id uq.at excellent arid-frngjil: Wea,Tormany inay 1cilher
*
*
worth ,$;l,500toJ; flifcisca 'or400perceni ; clams ',(or'' .wsr> of Cm b's i ? : .r.---' .I ";!: u 4Dl their ,
i ,, discovered the quadrature : ; State/)it an OtUl upO So' ,lHotughtlesa
I: ... -. MC eMZ,000Or' POO,,percent hf, >is about Dlb.for tbemrpossof :i t t t "' :; : the with
RAt ,71ae lilt Irt '
,:: : ; ; for his .If pp h "r / oK1iti)
much
to vaunted pnblie > fixed bail-ofDr a" C ,wit ,
coarseJames.CIarki Hunt ,
"j and
.r V
atillO,000thalgentIemaiv ; ?- ( i I f amrc :
T wUsMp1eaiezre.&sPtCr7ear1thiMersiso ;, : ,'tH. ba with ,Isdi;* --- 4! if ___ ; be.brough r e.toefry.yoterm the! yoa /.
aside Ieed buiness I lit Jn tb,4i4 .. bI"lphert1.brch ;inrnedIaetygyebiwselr-;;: .- ; -notejkani
Tided into San Old an )'vug ,
b. at Franciscowaifined I He,at !:p tyJin j wat't' h-tr'
once' the brqughtmen'
DGlhi ;'kilo;alway*contrived rnS' 'gave (necessary security to onQle' : 4
r taken apart and rtbe form" of $lOOfor. eptUDf Cbinmsn'sal' TS *
& "
: a ; twis thg n 4 '
it ft* A&Aty Induced io tet\"t 'ara ?et.- ,' 'i.o. aD' r,1b. i together;' { canaeawbichrigInateiths : i l1t : :
were.' perfect square, t o stand cOtditil paid.. <,- 1 I ;. ta'fottd1ncM'trf'I'a it *bottom."e i 'b- a
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1 111-a.i.f .. j.t Qaab,';-. ;_\1't.r' ,'ana *' conve- i Airihe. beads of"de partinents afie now -r .'T 1'DSIRftf" 'l.tI"'BB : .. IpE CitEAH AKB0E 1* .*.* .<1 :i:: ,; ,- '1NBfZ(,G.:. 8. (A I&0 ""
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IQspe.a d from another slid-t except-. : .,lift" : 4fBI ; : : :."I.-t f-. tit : 'Co"lcl" 'J"' .
Dient tWiflSIl rntE tebscrib nk. levels
The PltSJdentina ldriSt17AILT'Ul: "ialt Jhe 'iot. r. ,Y preparad tc rmn tie '
I lug bottom, which the at pi!rant for:tie gloryof Virginia White'Sulpber'.Springs on the..10thofAngusU I;rcftcoAstc or tMtjfc MILLARD.FILLATIC- HAS opened lathe TOWofnldwelling.nortV; .a Tor dnlaing land and the Hue*:fix::?"ajinf. 'flOW1.TON.M'' PTTNftBD8'A1ES r.J '

,.MORE PatsIDQToJ'TR&UKI1 Sr the JaeksoevUle HoUtanlCE CltEAM :
a sHovrer bath may rafely' poll! 'hen"a '_ :" '*_ -- _"A.at ".JO"I nT" >JC&i ARBOlt-.1 $ r01'Ote reception "&adlnd1dbtCplaikorohf.tf'l'r., a:."1NWWr"..JIrI&"April '
_1 > aext.on.&
wIlsig
and 'fiiSf of, water descend* r4 vidtorein4 where mOil'ueenftt lw Cream 1 -' .' .t"e &LIg, aW ,treM4ea .t
a pure .. -.U -
gallon Arrivals at the Jfcek*onTUl*:Hotel..'* WOWS THAT.0 lIC i lAJLtS'WUXf BBEL91T wm lie fandi1h.4 any hoar tJa.111-evenIng:or ; & ailed Stir4 AceIea.v..lA.'oo.prWng .' .

though raoJdy looking, hut ,that is only aif I .ICoL.,S.'iJurriKBTOw;Proprfetor-l .' TBC CXDEKlfENTiayCQLuwOf* da7 at moderate Mtoe*.' Dar he wanD we.th-. .IDs Excellency,ffoirnxoi." -Bam, : _the g n
that It, is clear July 23.-Jaznes G Jlod en,M coa'Gfc.; E EI- *icE U THir STATE AaiuKsAsAT tai wr thtrbcr*m M found a tool retreat and the Gal. J. P. DtoTAV- United fremIS t
ptca1flIUoflTetflOW .ricn.r E nemnon}'&24..radc- '7C&IOD3 HtXtWimi Cream a delicious refreshment.. Ladies'gentle.e .. :HoC;c VT. DOWKTXO See State, ve.libootIlW pages.. 4 te.Jl t1a tii1of .
DESIQSATM LI..a1--
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mineral water; the 6st.)idea produced !npbhtastlnjc $ ih.ne, Fla. ,23.-C P Iler n,S C;Jlr, um- .. .>,TO JFfT.M $, and families are invited.to-can., ; H. T. BLOC1fUt Sinnter '> law_. Ii.iDU 'r -.r'e1L: oj"'"-' -
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21BC.. .
the WAttr,'jl\ that the.peculiar Bator, Mr men MfcrshU Mandarin'Kentoekr Fla., %;.-,Peter Cyrns V bart&fJa nU ael. fl*. the Land Qffieeii BATESVILLE'' com.mencing ASboaym..J.II4Il9. 'Itwtf/ Ju".T-3I.- ',' & ftt Lftrg I*ante/',\tWIt1I- bi. :et, _".'.

and leave that 23.-C Cnb T. on Monday the first dayof Iii Clr lt C..rt-E..l r, Circuit Congrenia J8I5y ; ', ',: ".'- ci.A
is owing; todeC8Itd1'OO VilUrerde ,; T ourIa, do-; fJ'D Se> %. of '
Clark,Miw.;C F Swsrtx Clifton Mffli.' 23..;W tem*f neiti for:the disposal of public Jandi ,': : : 'Florida. _. .OAWD ." Cords Synoptical;fttx toStata IAf.fhW
lor before *
bare been i collecting -gf'1long' StotHtn atlargt inrfadfag ttt' ,t4t
FATTKK'S HOTEL. o*
11 Jones, T Tallahassee 'C _.. situated within the''ondennentioned H. D. HoOftad,AdmiaV. or :
*
the pnuwworthy enthusiasm of oar citizens p' ;tovrn8hi tate of .0. R. ne..b ,r* L 1- Ma.EDITOR: A*the time is fast approaching Slit Congre, ItwparW awtar an erd rof 1M I
]"anJ fractional wnshTpjyix: M.BJOr BroLherACo ... when the numerous invalids who are.'now,,-enjoy-I Scouts and to"p agreeably to a ftletye .
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I
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was awakened to the necessity of cleaning 'Dissolution. North(JMe'btsse. line:and vxtt*if thtfJA Alfred llape,'T.C. RisIey.L lug the- benefit of a tropical climate,-viii be'd.-I'' onha&bonorsblebody, .Rojal.f. '.,
is hereby pren,* that'the' Firm'elf D. JIart. Tholit a&D .- parting for their Northern homer; permit -.tIa4e .wiU""r, under copious GtIeh"tC .
Mooney ,
it ont Bat dear sir this is not the case NOTICE 'principal meridian. ..J- Gt"C >
my, ; & TITUS, it thu day dissolved alas-,0 introduce to their notice PATTENT3 UO- each law,and every kiat ftnd Sonato tod'J.

we know that tbia Is only an idea a passing by mutual conl cnL AU persons .holding claims Township'two; of jange three. .trl. lMPBonn, and JohaS.j _, TEL," located on the torner of-Greenwich
against said Firm will please present them to. 11.L. 'To\\"nsb f io'or; range four. T Murdoclc.;' Warren streets New Vork.which baa acquireda oradoptod nader the FederalCoostitgtln>u9t at I
die is mineral without > '
impression; water ., FllENCHJor settlement. J ., ..Fractional :township fourteen north' of 1 r.> most enviable reputation. WILLIAM Firm, th reader nave.ftt $glamce the wholt lwoo.
a doubt,.15e'why, after walking! a mile and JOHN 1!.CURETOY". White river of nine. UPON t'e-.ding and filing tot tliH of Complaint EMS, the proprietor;1*ft young man,who pAete any, single rabjeet. -- -- -;:- : -: ; '
F.-T. TITU&' ; range, I&id Complainant, and it*appearing every requisite of.the,rentluaan-one of the Jut pnMijhsd.Dod(11Cm1 TMi ftIii ,

a half oat there and the same back baring Jacksonville, August 3, 1851. '7-lm.. ,North! of the base lint and case ofthIjp& IL M.1t1 thAt-certain B- of said Defendants, to.1rit., : few who finds tke way to the hoart,aod aCeetioa Natural (her translated into-EngHA by-Wnvi
: a Force Force Brother fcCo_ and Al of all who visit hU 8trhan.LL.D.jtdvoeato ia eet Ceoo.'
Hotrss.
interim breakfast and Board 1,00 day.
;in the merely THE SUBSCRIBER having.purchased.the meridian per
eaten no principal fred Hugee, .
aw now resident and ciUten of He.will certainly the.most agreeable to all Edited.from the second London Editwo.brftw.'
'Uking one draughtof this delicious' and Empire Mills liabilities ha assumed.t.he payment late Firm f all of Township fifteen;of range two. South CaroIinaan4 that T. Ri !ey. resides In customer Hi table flztures are of the most delicipn Ltrrnsn S. Cvalnm late'owl f-I"Jvjget'in '
outstanding against'the Fractional townships; eleven .and,twelre} .the State of South Carolina. *character.. Hi house t the Court of C4NIUII' Pleas;' now.Lecturer on '
natural' should feel so deuced ly Cureton t'Titos. ,All having claims beautifully ted
we It 1
beverage persons therefore ,
ordained
that notice
to Civil aadParliomentanr Law la
of Harvard
ii with its Univt-
Firm,will please leave them range 5x. \ appear spacious 'ptftors, ibm long ditung-roour .
hungry ?:The walls! of the handsomVbathing against McQuEEK said Mclxrosit Esq., who is the authorized with At the Land Office 'atCItAMPAGNOLE- said and answer Defendant laid Bill of Complaint he given to its airy dormitorie!!,jtftd its ampie'%alhi and pat- "- ..: Ia 2. 1t01a.1.8u. -----y'' ; ;'o',
by a publication of this order in the Among the writers the It omaaLftw .hW
> sages echoing to step.'of buq'1I'ait.en. and
establishment just erected, are formed of Agent and Attorney HIRAM of the L.subscriber.FRENCH. commencing on,Monday,the fifteenth day of some Newspaper, printed in laid Circuit for the guests coming aad departing,win bespeak for the work are beet known Kngluk and"AmTfcmmr

unbleached homespun, which is decidedly Jacksonville 3 181.ItL September. next, for tbe disposal the pub space of fourmonths',once a week consecutively affable and. generous proprietor'ft-honied. word:. lawyers,and which have exerted th. nwt;lafin-' .
August Jic lands within the und nnimtioned townships from the date hereof ,And it i* further ordained and a rock of(:old. *, enc upon our Jnrl prttd# cei* o woo**'
j character, as it_resembles closely an Indian "Columbia to"wit thAt unless said Defendant appear and.hlWe :TOURIST.. work entitled Tht CmttMtct* lit fiatOnl. Oray -.
In the Circuit Court,
:
of citizens who has County this Bill of Complaint within one month from JackeonviH, March 27.J351. .. rl"," *Judge Story (Preface V 'Baftrntat*,)
; dwelling! One our nobly Eastern Clrcnlt of Florida.ATTACHMENT. : .
Soutfiof- the base line mid vest rfthe.fifth expiration of the time of.the.publication of this .:-dwing thee, and :tb.;circnin>tanee*;in
interested.himself in this great summer 'prin&pal meridian'' order, a"Decree prcftonfesso wul.betaken, against Notice. which it wa written is a truly wonderful,performance.
: -
blessing, is nowfiaking steps toward effecting Fernandez'* Bisbee. Co.,V) Sum 97100.sworn to$181vs. ',- Town&hips eleven and fourteen of range: them... _}TOO..DOUGLAS;Jndgeke.-- -,' SIX: MONTHS* and after voucher date to I"the.ha11'Hon.'present Judge my of clear,ciact.,Jli;*.and method'coTDprehtnrfve-is vxceQenf lad hi* softUftf, -

a rafe and pleasant mode of conveyance Joseph H.. Salter. .)Bond filed(for370-00. seventeen. %ITd(>'re* G.rnie.Cierkot said Court.- Probate, of Columbia county for,a.:final, tetle- -The object of the author;in'thbt learned,-pr.

thither he I told has written defendant and all 'others'Interested are Town hips eleven,of range eighteen f,. hereby-certify'that the shovels a true copy from mont a* the Administrator of the Estate of Noel ductien wa to disembarrass thoM of tb* priftcl
; ; ( am ) already THE pies and provision*:of tbe BOSOM laws which. -
of ama
t notified of the commencement of this At the Land Office at HELENA, cammencng the ReCords said Court of an order mad on Elftulison, .
to Savannah to purchase a vorn-ovt pae seventeenth day of June A. D. 1351. deceased.WriLLTAJr RAULtSON of general iaterea.application,frev*the ten
i on suit by Attachment returnable to the next Termof on Monday, the eighteenth day-pf Afa- nicalities of the system,and"y ptvwntinc tbma, .
Omnibus which is daily expected on, and he said Court, and are hereby required to appear gust:next, fur the disposal of public lands In witness whereof 1 hereunto set my hand AdmiDistrator.. in ft natural ftnd scientific method to render th m
and plead t4 the declaration fifed therein according within the .following named and tsp. 'and'affix the seal of said Court.. :Alligator, Apr..Z 1351. : ., more iotelEgiMc.ChOir atuiajnent OMT'io,-"
has ako spoken to several mail contractorsfor to law. SMITH & O'BRIEN. townships fcnw** V. Gjuum:. Clerk"Ira. fu3tnd agreeable-and, though.wszkwa .'

t any lame or fagged out horses they may July 2 1831 ang.7-3m. FJfls. Atty. parts of tow u bilp" viz: June I7I8L-l9.4in'. In. the Eastern Circuit Court. icu1ar11 intended for and adapted the Frmobt

North of the base .tine and east of the fliAprinci Columbia County PJorida. jurisprudence of,tha age it i*not less 'applicftblo.to

have so that we may soon expect to have In the Eastern County Circuit of Daval.Court of Florida, meridian., BOTICETimSSEMEllS.n S E G E JOSEPH AKOREWS ) ,In Chancery. every system of law, of which the Roman ed

this great acquisition here and in use when Sections thirteen TS'f -' it either .or in which it is recognized ft
Robert Habersham&Son, 1 Petition' for Fore- twentythreetnty.- DOECAS AirpRcws. J 'Bill rorDi or: body ,of. written reason. ..Ceide the general .
no one need walk who can "fork np ihf tin.I .- Petitioners I closure of Mortvs. four and twenty-five, east of the St. Francis lIT appearing to the satisfaction of this Court claim which the w rk'thaJ poweasr to the atten

anticipate that our little village will soon L! gage on Personal river, in township three, range four. 1.ON that the Defendant Dorcas Andrew 'resides lion of the American lawyer Domat.ha a'pooa*
Jacob Cole Defendant. ) property. Township nine. of range seven. beyond the limits of the State of Florida to,wit: liar interest in those of the states, whose legal
- ; become the resort of invalids and parties of IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court and after the 10th,day of June the day in the State ofGorgia.----- institution are derived in port from .tb M of .
the said defendant reeides 'without the South, of ike base tine and west of the fifth France or Spain ard are thus founded the Roman
the and lovely will troup to our modern of departure of the Steam Packet On motion of.:James \. Baker Solicitor for .-
-
gay State of Florida, to wit i in the State of Califor- principal meridian. : Complainant is ordered that the said'Defendant law. ?

Saratoga. Let them come we will welcome nia. Therefore on motion of J. McRobert Baker, plead answer or demur to the said .Th reason hare induced a belief oa th>'part
Esq., Attorney for the petitioners Township four and part of an Island.in Mn-1:; Bin within appear three months or the same will be taken of the publishers that a modern dtittioa.of-,shin
them, gladly praying that the fhovtrt may 1 f IS ORDERED that the said defendant do sections thirty-two and thirty-three, in township : as cor: "d. .' celebrated work would bo acceptable v> tbV pro,

brighten the rocs on the face of beauty, appear and answer the said'petitionwithin' the thirteen, of range one. CAPT. P. McNELTY And tIle farther Ordered, that' ft copy of thiS fcsMon! ; and have led !u to eozag la artpuhU,.
time prescribed by law, or judgement by default cation of the English translation of {K-
At the Land Office at LITTLE ROCK order duly certified be published in some public byDr,
and that this spring, like the one we read of will be rendered against him. Front Savannah to Palatka will be TUESDAY Stnthan. .
of tho Eastern Circuit of Florida for 0,
Newspaper ,
in ancient Spanish stories of Florida It is further ordered that ft copy of this order Commencing on Monday, the first day''of .!g arriving-SATURUAY,connecting with the the of three months.- -
may be in this September next for the Disposal of the -Steam .Ship n>ace FROM Ho CHiEF -.
published some newspaper published public March 21, 1651, (Signed) : JUDGEEUSTI3,
renew their youth and charms. Circuit once every two weeks for four months lands in the following named tracts on < PLORID4AND ALABAMA, .f 0 TIlO.DOUGLAS, TICE OF THE STATE, OF.LOUISIANA.. *. -

COLUMBIA._ months. THO. DOUGLAS,.Judge &c. and near Cypress lake, viz: For New York. She sill continue to leave on Judge Itc.,_& Da oitiu,CT.l1l850 .
Jacksonville 3 1851. 4m.
August ,
V'ort/to/TAe base-tine and vest of theffUiprincipal Tuesdays: throughout the year, I CERTIFY the above to be ft true Copy of the GKXTLCXEX:' I have examined the beetof

-THEM TOASTS" In the Eastern Circuit Court for ColumbIA S meridian. Carrying the United'States Mail. Original order in the above stated the translation of the admirable work of Domst'

At St. Augustine on the 4th day of July, County.IN I I. s. case. Witness my hand and the on the CiTilLaw, which you have been kind
The Sooth haif of section eight,the south For Freight Engagement or Passage"baringsuperior. Seal of said Court this 27th day- of enough to send me.. Yon will'have rendered

expressive as they were of love and veneration CHANCERY. half of ten, fractional sections fourteen and .accommodations State Rooms &0., apply March 1851. S.SCARBOROUGH ClTt. C. C- great service to the science of law by the pnbEeartion. '

pf the Union stick terribly in the craw Sarah Edwards > itteen, tbe north half of seventeen the east on board, or to FCKXAXDEZ, BISBEE & Co., ap3. 3m .- The form of the English edition.of the' ,
E. F.Savannah .
vs. > DiU for Divorce. Agents Jacksonville > translation was too large and inconvenient-and'
of the ex-office-holders, as appears by an Moses Edwards.) half of twenty-one twenty-two, the north M. A. COHEN. .'. its scarcity and high price prevented ill,general

article in the Ancient We TT appearing to the Falisfaction of this Court half and southwest quarter of twenty-three, June 3, 18il. In tbe Eastern Circuit Court, ne ia thia country. The present publication,
City. are not, Jl that the Defendant Moses G.Edwards,resides he northwest quarter oi twenty-six, and the ft:> This Steamer will leave Jacksonville for Duvftl County,floiitia. from its form.iLl style of execution ftnd moderate

however, prepared to believe that the : beyond the limits of the Stite of Florida; west.. half of the northeast quarter of twen- Savannah every MORNING, at seven lotus TCRSKR, ) In Chaaeery. p'riee.l think "Inotail ie remuneratingyott'
On motion of Solicitor for Complainant, It is o'clock, until further notice. vs The translation by Mr..Strahan has been tested;**
in
of the of
opinions "Democracy a majority in ordered that the said Defendant appear, plead, ty-seven, township three range. four- Jon 12. lawtf. Mjiar TcR-TER. J f __Bill for.Divorce.I .. it i i. in the main correct,but wiU be improve a*.. ,
the county," ire opposed "to our glorious : answer, or demo-, to the said Bill within three teen. den the revision of the-editor Jndge Cubing.-
(3) months,or the same will be ta ken a* confessed. Lands appropriated by law for the use of NEW CLOTHING STORE T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court In searching for ft solution of the apparently
Union and Constitution : it i that Mary Turner the defendant in the above
notwithstanding
And that a copy of this order be published in schools and other new qnertioniarisingoutof the various rotation
military purposes, togrth- entitled resides but of the State of Florida
is so officially announced by the disunion some public newspaper of the Eastern Circuit of with those and overflowed J. MODE Agent, cause, which our advance in civilization i*ere ,and
er lands and the of this Therefore
: Court
swamp beyond jurisdiction
Florida for the of three in ofthose
space months. and judging reforms of the Jaw which are
editors and,\n ters of that journal ; and if : THO. DOUGLAS J ndge,be. made unfit thereby for cultivation," if any, HA opened a new Clothing Dry on motion of Oscar Hart Esnf., Solicitor fursaidGomplainant in diSerof the entlit rovcd parts United State, '_
A true which shall selected the 'anthori- Goods Store, It it OrArfcf.That said defendant ihevalueoftheelviti'awwillb,
L. s. be by state appreciated
t ie time should come, we have no fear. but : copy. appear and answer to the bill of complaint .
Test. it to understood.
be-other-1
ties before the days appointed for the commencement ON BAT STREET, ONE DOOR EAST OF MR. J.FI8XtOAN"6 of said four month come .It.cannot
hat the "Democracy1 will lie found on the S. oCAJIBOILOCGR:dtirlt complainant' within or .wise with a system of written reason which, for ": -
Jnly n,: of the public sales respectively, tbe samo will be taken as confessed against her, centuries governed the moot wonderful*odaT or*, .
side: pf their government and country-and under the act, entitled, "an act to enable the *MrecTFi'U.T invites the citizens of It further Ordtted That copy of thiS order, ganization that the world ha*ever witnessed;ftad .
Valuable Land For Sale. of Arkansas and other AND duly certified by the Clerk of this Court be published which the real.baIW. the
opposed to the mad schemes of South Carolina state states to reclaim and the surrounding country o( jurisprudence of
AS Agent for.the owners, the undersigned of the 'swamp land within their limits! to come and see themselves., Yon will positively in some newspaper printed within the EJM-,. continental Europe and of a large portion. of that ? -
and her abettors in Florida. for sale the following valuable tracts of buy your Goods in this New.Store cheaper than tern Circuit of Florida once a week' consecutively ef England tad the United !ta&es.ltwonldbequiteueleuformelospeskof. *' ;
approved September 28th, 1850, will be u. for the said space of four months. : '
land to-wit .
ST. JOHN'S. : ever you did in Jacksonville before. tbe*
One half of the dwelling house and lot of audedfrom the tales. And no locations for J ano J2.3a. J. MODE. THO. DOUGLAS, Judge, fcc merits of the great work which yoor enterprise M ,

ST. MART'S 24th and in Jacksonville, near the Court House square, land bounties heretofore granted by any law I, Isidore V. Garnie .Clerk roC said Court do about to give to the American publia. From the _
GA- July, 1851. being the same which is occupied by Joseph} of Congress, for military services renderedto KISS SWARTS SElIl1ASY. hereby certify that the above i is a true copy from isolated position which the civilian ha been permitted .

.(. Edilar SiratMh Georgia: ran, Esq. the United States will be rlT\IIE exercises of this School will be euspen- the Record of Aid Court of an order made on the to occupy in England few of the standard .

I see in of the 21st inst. a Also two hundred and forty acres on the eastside : permitted on any i ded until the first pf October next. twelfth day of May, A.D.1351. work concerning.it have been ..translated iato..'..
jour paper of Fleming Island, on the St. John's River flhe above mentioned landz,as provided by Juno 2, In wit'. whereof i hereunto- my English, and thiS want has not been (applied bribe
; statement published! of the melancholy affair between the lands of Massrs. Lewis and George the act, entitled, "an act making! appropria- I. s. handjind amx the seal of ad Court. original English treatise on that subject. 1"

i Thich took place at Mrs. M. Sterrat's place, Fleming; about one hundred acres of which are ions for the''civil and diplomatic expenses Iw the Circuit Court Kutcnt Circuit of fliDoRK V.GAR.IIK. Clerk, tc. have no doubt that ja Lonijiaaa,in Texas. ia'

"Seymoor's PoiLt1 Nassau County, Florida hammock and about thirty acres cleared. of government &C. approved 3J March "Klortilm. -Daval coontjr. May 15,133lT: 4mMASONRYV California,and in the new Territories*of the United -
,
I. on Wednesday morning the ICth ins-L between Also an undivided one third of the late Mrs. 'WILLUSB..P..o"- i States ft*well a*in Lower Canada there will .
Sophia Fleming's dower on Fleming Island, on 1841. Attachmeat.CHARLES be ready demand for yonr publication. The .
9t. >
Mr. Win H. Savannah and BRICKLAYING PLASTERING -
Taylor the St. John's river; a beautiful location. The offering of the above mentioned lands MERHICI. ) profession throughout the Union win readily _4' :.

myself. Also an undivided one-third of about ten thousand will be commenced on the days appointed, E defendant and all other persons interestedare &c. their favor to the undertaking;and"t trust that ; -

:? In justification I will simply: remark, thatno acres, situated in Nassau county on Nassau and will proceed in the order in which theyare T hereby notified of the institution of the THE UNDERSIGNED takes this method of your enterprising house will find iU interest*ia I ,

one on earth ran regret the awful affair River eJtedding to Thomas' Swamp. suitable advertised with all convenient above entitled suit by attachment and requiredto the public that be is ready to do publishing from time to time,in tlua.ED:1isbJaa.

more than I do. I did not.draw fofJLurpcntinc; email skirts of hammock; grantedto dispatch, appear sad plead to the declaration filed in said Bricklaying, Masonry Plastering Stucco Work, guage such other standard"work, ft*will form, the. .
a weapon until the whcle shaft have been offered and bass of a civil law library,
Francis P. Fatio. case. PHILIP FRASER, &e. &,. He will tarnish plain and drawings,
on Mr. Taylor until I had been first shot at Ata 600 acres more or less on Amelia Island in the gale's thus closed ; but no sale shall be Att'y for Pitff. when desired by persons for whom he is engaged ) remain gentlemen. very respectfully, your

and wounded, neither did I give sufficientcause ., the county of Nassau ; situated oa Nassau river kept.open longer than two weeks and no SacksonvihleJnne 26. 18I.-3ni. to execute work. without extra charge. 'lIe is obedient servant, .GEOHGg .,--1

for the attack, or was the assailant.I near its month, a portion of which is valuable private entry ot of the lands will be ad- well known to the citizens of Jacksonville U a .MssrLLIrrLE. 1IQWX. _
any '
hammock adjoining public lands which are subject FOR SALE.: competent mechanic, and work Le al5 performed -
driven
wa by necessity to take the life nitted until alter tbe expiration of the two 1 "
of the to entry. Two Story Dwelling House I elreaty for citizens or the place he refers to as an FROM ALFRED HENJJEN, Esq.; OF'TUB '
unfortunate ynang man, u he seemed Also 100 known as the S. W. Quarter of weeks. A "
acres additional evidence of his qualifications., NEW ORLEANS BAR.
beat on my destruction, and had discharged Section one, in Township one S. of Range thirteen Given under band} at the City of .j :: just completed, conveniently '
my arranged for a large family with all (jr> Cast and Mould for ornamental plastering BesTO-f,Sept. 6"lS3V"Messrs. (
his."Coifs Repealer" three different times at East situated in Hamilton county. Good this of : ,
and valuable land. Vasbington, sixth day May, Anno necessary out buildings ft pleas- also furnished, JOHN1VERS. Lrnxx% BBOWX

ir.e.The Also several eligible building lots from one to umini, one thousand eight hundred and *n t part of tbe Town of.Jacksonville. Attached N. B.-To Planters he would say he ha*much Gentlemen am much jJcased to learn that -

Jury Inquest hare brought in their two acres immediately adjotning the Town of fifty-one. to the premises i* a vegetable garden, and a Well experience in putting np Sugar Batteries, and solicits yon are engaged in publishing a revised odilioa
verdict'self! defence." Jaek onville. MILLARD FILLMORE. of excellent water. Titles ondispntabla. work in that line confident that be can give of Strahan translation of Dour ox Cinx LAV.No .

Will The above will be sold at reasonablerates. ALSO the amplest satisfaction- Charge moderate.J. work in the EnglisIi'laBgnftfe.'oa.tao nmo
you Messrs! Editors publish thin tin- property By,the President: subject is to be compared with it* for the f&Qnew,
til a fcir and impartial statement is furnished Titles indisputable. Address, A likely young negro woman of !character, I. and correctness of the doctrine .
J conveyed throne-
,
I. BAKER. C1TEanEw.Commiuionerof a washer and iroaer. I
McROBERT good cook Jacksonville May 1851. "
I 29. ly il. -
lie ont -
Georgian, and the other papers in Savannah Attorney Law. tILt General Landvflice. ALSO .
,
1 From the time of it*publication,op to'the present
: by those who witnessed it. Jacksonville,July 17, 13)1. tf. A valuable plantation in Columbia county, Fla. ,NOTICE it baa received the approbrtion of the most _
HENRY'E.W.CLARK.Ma. i containing four hundred and forty-eight acre first .
NOTICE PRE-EMPTION CLAIM learned men and lawyer in every country and
The Fanquier White Sulpher I, rate cotton land, together with the valuable improvement TO THE CITIZENS bF JACKSONVILLEAND very deservedly. Th compiler of the Code Napoleon .
FOOTE is MISSISSIPPI.-The Louisville Springs--Fauquier Co Va.WERb ANTS. i *thereon. ABOUT,.THE ST.'JOHN'S.. drew copiously from it.for their-work.:

Journal says i opened for visitors on the first of Every person entitled to the right of preemption ALSO __ SUBSCRIBER offers his services to jbe Napoleon himself studied it most carefully ear
They are situated on the lUppa- to any of tbe lands within tbe The following lands in :Marion county. ., to THE in general together-with his vessel, ly life, which may account for the singular&' .'

"Yesterday we saw a highly intelligent bannock river,[now navigable] Lhirt1-eightm,1eI townships and parts of townships above enumerated I wit> .Plaiitatioa.-conta.iaing.six hundred and the Schooner MARY to carry freight or passenger neu'aad wndom of his observations decisions. .

gentleman from Mississippi' who gave us above Fredericksburg, and fifty nearly due west is required to establish the forty'thee, well improved-one containing five to any place or place*along the St.John and during the disconionfon the adoption of his cod.. :
I the best accounts of the conflict -now from Alexandria. same !. hundred and fin-six acre with improvement*, I Nassau riera. Also the folio win: places if re- Domat should,*ftnd 1 hope wfll be, found 'in the
rag. No pains has been spared to continue the attractions to satisfaction of the Register and. Receiver hundred and of American lawyer..
ing in that and one ether containing ene fifty- ] quiredto wit St-Mcry'. $t.A.uustiDe. .Sivaanah library every .
Slate. lie that be beard
says : of the place to the votaries of pleasureor of the proper Land Office.'and making payment i nine ami,, well improved,-price reasonable,and ,and Charleston, on reasonable. terms. fti Your obedient servant,
a bet of $500 offered and not accepted, that the seekers of health. The recent publication therefor, at lOOn atpraticable after tseng -, accommodating.1' :;U .-*.' can be carried. -- ALFREDJJJENNErf.
Foote's majority will] be 20,000. He thinks in pamphlet of the eminent and Rer. Thornton :'Apply .by letter &4, or in person; to. JOlDr.THOMPSQN -' -
this and before
notice the
that thin wan a hazardous offer, and St.ringfrllew..mhowa beyond aU question, the heating day appointed{ Jv.-Vi4. s. SPENCER.Jacksonville JaeksonvBla, July; 1351. .'. tf.. ,RETORTS CT.CASES argued and determined in .
Dualities( of this water in many diseases-dys- for tbe commencement of..the, public sale of Zun19, 1S51. ,lawtf., the Qreuit Court of the United States for the .
that 'such a bet would be lost but that pt'pll&o dropsy ice, tc. lie had spent the pre- the lands embracing the t'rac t claimed other- : SELLING OFF first circuit from 181 to 1SS1, ft*folio w i V T? '.

Foote's majority will unquestionably be 10- ious season here, and made a thorough and sifting wise such claim will be forfeited. In Circuit C .urt, E**t .rn ClreoJ| of Io-> Ruous. ''ol e. -
000. He tells us tbat offers of bets that examination of the details of the ease repor- J.BUTTERFIELD rlda; in Colombia County, In. Chancery.LonuaE. 'Sii1MEflS1flCLOi DRl &llOllS. GiU-istrt's :Report Court argued -
and detsrmined the Circuit of the
F nte'. majority will be 8000 are refused ted by him medicinal, and be is of opinion of.that the the extraordinary .Commissioner of the General Land VJfice.jun513t Smith'> .. United States,for tbe first Circuit from'1S12 to
advantages Springs '
daily and as a matter of coarse." have been In the allurements T*. r. -Bill for Divorce. Subscriber would respectfully inform the 1313. Second edition, with additional Notes &4'
obscured to .
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tjhionable life. greater .Eliihft .Sraitb.rapftearing. .> THE *or Jacksonville and the .vicinity References. '.2 vol*.. tivo.. Boston,1335. --.';i

Large meetings to express sympathy for The railroad from Alexandria_- Is.rapidlyap-_ ; to the satisfaction of the Court that a*be intend laying in large stock of,FaU "1 should omit doing justice to ownfealiagv,_

the Cubans have been held in 'Charleston preaching these Springs, and will soon i .ake the OSSIAN B. HART Elisha Smith resida beJODd and Winter GenIe*, that be wills disposelof hi. as well a* to the cause of truth if 1 were not* t*' "..
stock of lit select decisions Gallison's,and Mason Reports
that the State of Florida to wit'in the State of present sunimer dry good reduced the
and New Orleans. of trip at..lu a delightful the meantime one from the stage eity run and,all tri-week-north .ATTORNEY-, LAV.., '.. Georgia on motion of W.-M. Ive. Esq.;solicitor -prices consisting in part of Plain and :m-' I ta specimens of pre-eminent merit .'--Tfc y -
it i therefore ordcr-d that the broidered.Parasols., Lawns Chambraze fairly be placed *level with,tb& boat '
from Washington and will be after,first KEV VVKST, PLA. for complainant, I mal upon .
y daily ,
Wmc NoMiXATtok Locisuxi. Lustre Cam- or the English Admiralty. for deep -, .
The demur GinghamsCalicoes. produetiona
is defendant do appear;plead, answer or to and ,
A line of will be by Mr. .
nly. daily stages run Practice in the United Stale and State Court '
bill with'-i month the brie and Swiss Muslin.: NeedleWork and accurate Uamiog well a Whip of the Second District in Lousiana from first tile complainant' :1iI' or ,
Qnisenbury Fredericksburg,after July 'or the Southern District ef Florida. } Collar wisdom in *)
confessed Inside HUkf, *, abilitr and dociaoa3 Kent (2)
same will be taken a* provided publicsLionbeasd.ottbiaorderuth.lawdiroots. ,
in which the lie
( recent and the meantime tend all '
unhappy difficulty exIsted enpge.1.o ap 'passengers JuI3DJ-tZ ..EtlpnR and Insortings. 627. *
have qominalrd Alexander C. at the regular fare, (t3) as they nay '
) Bnllitt themselves. And ft hearing will be had of said cause at thenezttormot Lioea Cambria Hand', It.&S01f William Ruous'op"C4szS.ia '
present ef "lorld JlODIt ( ) ..
for State 8otthern Clremlt lerhieCi.ttibbons
Esq., Congress. Terms of board the tame ft* last :year, vh:$86 aidfciirt.thereafterSigned ."r> the Circuit Court of the United --Stato for tk. .
roe eounty. ; Hosiery .
DOUGLAS.
for the whole season ending 1st October; 975 for .: ( ) THO. gloves First Circuit,from 1816 to 1330. 5 vohv ,'8v.k '"
EALTIMOBE,July 23. ,- .' '((11Juae.; kee.. Mosquito NelljngsShirtingaandshect- #
three month; $60 for two month; $35 for.one Mwin O."Guyun, '" "- .' '
On Monday,io the \.York market Cor- month ; $13 for two weeks; $IQ. for one;week; ,. ?. T*. ..fi X' ;. .A IrneeoW-Tfstjr *" These Report comprise theDeeaioo* of Mr : ..
'Meal 6O- each. f :. : ; S: .iUtOlr01f, Cierk. : wg also -*- vane--- Justice Story on the first ,Circuit of th-Uait.4' '
cent E. G
or lodging Ana .
11,75 day. '
T03i was aochangeJ, and fifteen hundred per 1J1D.t' My-uth,' 1S51zi: ,0' ': 'ty or .' for- States, and follow M eHer ftfter Mr. .GaQiJoa1- ,
bales were cold. Servant*and children under 12 year, half price. BILL',,CHASCERT von Divoacr, 'Oapitaj AT ; 4. Gentlemen and ; Reports The Decisions rehUe to a great vanity -

The Cohan homes 50 cU. a day or 910 a month.WARD. ,.ft ', .- TCHA BM-" ; : Boys clothing, Umbrellas of sultjeett-Coaatit.UOo..AclmIral&l,Personal* .
news creates crea excitement DANIEL; (MdMthL Va tcil.P .-
.., Hats, Cap, Boots ftnd Real !
.ppearing to the saUstactionotth Court, ( and 1awand-Cbsncer7 hd are -
and the FJlibvuter has been hoisted. Jqly24-3m. luPeritondenLSh .
Flag IT that the said biU ha*been filed and-by due ILEPARITOItYtO eommencingc operationsin Shoes and ft variety of other goods bed by Lb. profound learning:, ftentenej, and -:
Another expedition is contemplated. The r1f1'a Sale,, .. proof that the Did Ann E. Gnynn reside ont of my Machine Manufactory,! wish to pnr- sUit which the public'are';Invited to. thoroughness research* whieharosueb eminent "V

cteam ships Ohio and Brotlur Jonathan have WjLL to sale to the highest bidder jn this State,to wit at Spanish Wells,one 'of tbe chwe.in large or nuD: inantlties,old Iron.Copper, call and examine for themselves previous to -. trait of their.uthor_ They Witt bear a ,favor-, .

sailed for Cbagres-the former with 2CO and I.front of expose the Court House door jo the ton of Babamft Islands; it Is ordered that the aid Ann or Brass, for.which 'g In'C8S'will be glyen. purchasing elsewherG,BARTON. ble comparison,in point of learning and practical ..: .

the latter witb 200 Jacksonville, Duval eonnty, on the first,Monday S.Gn/nn appear, and plead- answer, or defend 'OI'OR.GE.MOO-lEY.' Jaeksonville- ,July 183'.. ;/,- .. -2m'Administrator's utliisy.wi&kthbcstTIumesatthangIimhW.ports *- '" ..

passengers. in$eptember next at the usual hours of sale, the against laid bill,. on or before the first Monday in .Jacksonville-. E F.*, May 12.-1851.ut.f' ( ,. :.:. -

SotrrHtas,ADVENTURE. We learn that following property to wit r nat certain half Jot. November next. 'In default which said appearance : Notice. 511Xnt..RcPo&n Sumner'fCaftrfci' ), Report '.. ." .
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piece or parcel of ;_ tituate lying.and being the said bill will be taken pro con/ftw against r"'. Sale MONTHS after date,we ihall present all of eases argued and determined in th*Cir-" :.
on Thursday 'last forty veteran Hungarian in the town of Jacksonville, buvai county,and tier, provided that a copy oC this order be pab- : SIX.\'account and vouchers to.the Hon. Felix cult Court of the.United States for tjavfint Cirenit. -.-' .
Hassan who came to Ibis country after the State of Florida, and krown and described on the lisbed in some public newspaper of this State for A ag r Mm'will all th'e'iron* .c ceseirylbr Livingston Judge of Probate for the County ofDuvfti ." 3 rob, 8ve ,' .e"c' o

disastrous result of their ttrnggle for liberty, plan or map of aid town a* the wed ball of lot the space of m month before the said first Monday application horse porer.The tactics roller for a final. settlement ot&be-estate of SeymoorPiekett Tbece volunKS contain.the- ,decisions;-otMr.' < > '; ."
sailed from this'port southward.we cannot number five in'qoare number ton,together with in November,'or provided that if ft'copy of are of iron, IS inche in diameter,' 36 200 in d .'*nd:will: ti ea', apply Justio.4T,'and form a conUnuaUoa to tbet*.: ..
; aU and singular the tenemeatl,htredit.r&mebt.l&D ss1dbilI&d' thi* order shall.,be 'personally length.' Also two Boiler measuring 190 and for discharge..from'tU'further attention aol re-. iiesofGallieosandMasoae Thd.dciominther .
eay to what point- qnet of military ser appurtenaoees thereto belonging in 'an.w leaWerla1nillg erved upon or delivered ta her,then alto fe hereby gallons* respectively.- Delivery Jacksonville monsibilily lt,the nremmes;' *', ircsent vohune relate partieularlr to aertian*of'' -' .

yieej"and furthermore, that they were .(uI. .. Property Rtl forth in mortgagean j Ordered to appear"ftnd plead answer, or jefond PaI&tka. : .- R.FICKET1 ;and Admiralty, awl are o/great practical -.-- .: i
lowed yesterday thirty-seven other* ,of will be sold to satisfy ft judgment of: foreco) are against said bill, on the first rule day after'three For ftdditional particular apply to.S. W.. B A .1. A-PJCKE-r'1t toe.4Eauity : ".o''-" ? .- ,,. ," -
1 Eliste Hall and ElSabcth'Hall.hit wife month* ftfter the*ftid*ervioe or delivery;In-default KER Attorney$ Jftekcooville, EartLiy.r" Florrm _... Adiuini tratori :
against : (
bound ; "
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the ame class to tbealDe destina; ,. -' "< .h. .5 t' Wa W.lJtt-, '. "
whereof tb tald will be taken V-j v'Hi "ti tte* \ b* m j f # ;
.. *, bill con. : / .
promo .
Hurt. > t '
favor of :
in "
George oa .
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lion. JV. 1'; Tribune,.ISth vlt.Z : ; her at last mentioned rule day J4ar.15J'1S l. vt" *ooebi:1. : ;. of.ease*argued end &tCmIne&1a-..dr ,,
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ftcalnit '
OHNG. SMITH, Sheriff.: : ->- = '
"- ,' -, : -,' Court of the United Staku&r the fgit.veZi.3vo. .c- ;: :
.j Ljr-nn-n--n.-- n 'L-1. 11 :3Os. II.IJANCASTE1I' 0 "- : .
.. ByT.N.McCOttMlCKiDpt.S'ff. -' ; ; 'RTIi'J'S! SAT," ; .'- :.; : -
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DESTHUTIOV. !etrto the Tribune ,July 8L laSheriff's ,, Jadett; Southern rt-r' F_ke'Jeui Clrcnli C .t"'Fi.ri. -, .' -, < ;4'Th a*Tolacaee fooa i eeatmnattoo'te't te': c '
f-fr 8t&tof Florida ,
mentions the circumstance t>f a merchant at "- __. .,- .'o Dfrl,County,, VVIRTUEof a decree of the Ciiwatt Court rise of,GaHion,Maaon,u4Sumer.-n. -- '
SaI: ... \Kq mApq .J5 e of the Eastern Circuit-of/Florid for-ihe --
San burnt the last
IN CHANCERY. eplntoa ever
Franciseo..bo: buiog"bttn out lain :
; .WILLupose tocale lOtuS highest bidder In r'- ... of DuvaL entered ft*th*May torn dooM pronovieed?)1rJ-: .
I, I ctn.Tiri lb.aboys to b a 1m from county lice 5&er7.wh4 edwhfle the last "
of all .o opint In &U.
that be owned byjhe previous fire of: CAle. 4-"
front of tM Court HOOM door in the IOwa Gt lie III :, ", Court A.IX J8;I will expose to sale at puUie volume < "
third wa ondelivored.iP ;
the .omee. yet .t--
original now o : DiVOre
r i that city, when'the flames of the last eonfiagration Jacksonville; on the first Monday in.Septembernext ,. "- .JdMIiftACEWeLt;' tpl.yIniklComp1T !., auction in front oft' Court;House'.iniJaekwtn-; .Woo TO T between the usual hour of all. .4' Chaf1 ; toe first Monday August next aQ thai MJorteajs ) ; ..
rarrooaded hIs bnitdiog,1rr which he sale the Interest ,. ; CJerk'M4 C.C. rifle R ot. and cIeteraiDetI. .
had all be bis wifeto of John H.Zawadikl In and to all those two Eei- IT--to the atWactlon>f the:Court certain piece of land situate, lying.aad|NdaC'.inUM Uaiied r.u.r 'f : rCirftitc..noibr '

povseraed, coolly invited Iou of, land lying.and ,1being npon-the, North r'- .. DeJeudant redde f ut of the Stab GOat,of:Daval and Stftto ftforesaid oontala- .V..Lud.D ". .- ;,
.11C"1I08l&
walk,out and tee the fire when they ha Proog of Black Creek jn the County-of; DuvaL ". "" ."" .." ,. # .,w .' Florida, tflTw_flu the State oTnerew Ca1tfoenIsI' :, lag five acres land more or lesa on'DeR**Bluff ;! rbe.Evelameieoatsith.> 4" ."' <" '':f' ,. -..."- ,. '

ruled i ntolh fttrret, 'in a..moment! of mad described follows to wit,Let No. 15 iu Motion In uUM ,. ,, t"ti .'.otio*'.of-J.MeRobea1 Uakr v..j" at the month.of MeCoy*Creek'oa Ja* StiJohn -.w-.dto".HM kclt4 r; :, -

phrenzy;tw 'dre*a:revolver juid ,bpt .tfer 23 of township flveraog l4 South aDd Eut and i S.Ijz1I2Lcx; &Co -,.1.1 AtUchnient,>.: .-' .Eatt-Solicitor ftr th*CompInan..ru.U18ORJEftEDthM e.w ifJefend '_. river bel;all theisM"and appnrteaooet. conveyed at Asistant foc:-PIM trirt." "'t7' ? 'f';.. : .
th9Zth1ea4L 4L lot No tw.in.*octi. 'IJeb* worn te$48 88/. to ,chrd and Rider Defeadant,'by 'rV- .- .- -* .,- : .. .
then > > JlLkiiceei.
instantly ended aid eontaiaing &71-100 .cres,,levied.upon' to "iii2 t Wu.eoaiBoad filed 897761. appear Udan.wer the,Coapl in*ntV.w Bfly 1..B' L nct I'i..b.l'Deed.L art.D=dato.tbe T : c. tret,';:.:; '" h
bi owaJiI with -
another shot 1&&W1t1ae cost la three several cases of J'Zawadzkl "tl $ ;.oC thi* the cam will be taken a*confessed spinet hinue ala l J' fbonwA.tt,1864,4ogether with itealsa ; ',noW" jhScfux. Caetr.ard ;' -
:-' vs John B. &.', "' FAPPEA.R1NG&o.&be'1*a nonrmidentfif, ?TM3 FURTHER; OKJJERE:.t1iaUW., a.; .1-'tI..mnc-aoae.. blank smith (Benjamin C.) .Espoasma0 ". .
TM>dOEJ4CflxD..41rpi Smith fcb -, 3OHN GMITJL SbIr1ff.- Ibis State ftnd- ,sad hi*pl ee>of residence Uce ie pebshMoc* a week,for the''spaee, I IIJICUI.II'icl pema..-Ll tis1)uId 0.- ftdjudged ia the.$ooswasW ed :' :

ffi.dinnr; and thereare,no* atra*. F1'J; JtyT'NM CORMICKUpt.Sff i*appOMd to_b* la'the*,SUtoof.Oeorgia It i* four months eome newtpaper published .bI this ronbere1* Thomas O*liolmo i*..eoophUnftnt State.-VoU.:
trn?! f ooa,h, aD4lie Joob.at Miv Smith 'd1'J4..., Z. :" :: [hi' Zt" Uiertfore ordered!, t"'btdefQd&nr.;Jani.lWLOrd.'dO'lpesf 1roI.. -' 71 DCI G J Ct and HarrUoa R'BJaaehftrt udEaery Rider andefisndnU.f These report*&Ber Pe* '. .'",,_ 0, I
I tISIDOR.EV..GAB.NJECIert'&w *t 5JOzqsn'iu IbBscra'h i ,;,0& ., "i '
-' : .sot Ul1I'IIt.kII,1illJ {. ? ) : "
.itb;*lireet anjile! ,:and..p offitrn tolieJp, him "$: --,.1 ':-01'< :::1Ie" 'Sa"I e.'. _.,. 1 :.'.jI'tt'i.A"I4 eompUincnU thref. month*,.or.Ja4._,e .t. : *idCkmrt;.p hereby Certify that the ''t--- ,. t 'flb1d. .at,., f&j... ,,' ,'-.. ,...1.".... ,
(.thim.kickhkie: ; OY' J8'I"'ot aeeni. tb.erigfl .aGb :1aot t.. '. r :. 'Jfi.Z, '- -
gtntl/with, -Iegr age.itomed wOl. be taken. contested. ." I-- i -">k ; 4L. feioii5' MEi"SA& :"Y'.ft, :
I Perttdebi1aeUie. always r4eath'1IolI't 1JL.' to"waU io tbe=.boote.'Ai e*Jikelygoodboaa '**'GIVEN nder.my band and,.Se t fJP. .l At # now 0II'11e.T'..; Witoei' .f.I1. ,; 'Svoa--iCu.a&ivs< tJH fXt jlftr" -.,
&a ""l l",dl 7OO; ; W'1M'A II d 2);it-. ser' ;1.1.-day or Jae..L.t. Wli" > : ; I *<&= .laaaIdaachealot ideISIDORE < :"' J.- "iOB..PIUS'.fPfJ.4j'iUATLTECOrze'7,, ,- Butan / ** ,bw *Ia.r I' ::' ..

agree -'L._, _.., h;: -;,, '. ,.J -.'._ Ur u1. .I.Office. ,': r."-' .tWJJ...ROSS 1utioe, .rth..Psaee '; JalT li n1er 1i. V-G.u & .:THIS M w addition in ".1'_ 9ve. -
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7 Dwrial try' : No; IT Canal Street,Row, New,,Orleans 1IIt., enjoy the privilege .- ep*r U establishment SS
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the College : .JAo" geoti
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"IDRflTH confidence ?Invite'the TradVV ft.w l ff ,- .'Alar**'od l pI1&wiJIct'UhaU' oy:nrwsary No.,54' Gold ,Efreetw Yo4 '
I TDxiJ-Tbne :1)}1* Pr .unman, payable H.., Whit,_ J' Sit"J"O'Brien!. Y Mtheypnwshaae .1whet. to'give'tn*'Icall .t cc. "' HJW of*1F:'math' JJ matic"and&& 'f fAprofoswnhip natural fixture" *of a complete! boarding establishment, to publish the Ur-Je 'Brlt1
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Jf I bpea. ordering(be Papers : .', :. ; 17c&nalstteet at No'lSffFutton: 1QrSlo1 at to. philosophy. : jt% .' ._". ',- j. ..- -. .-". has been erected and furnishedin which the student CONTINUE -, Reviews-*adMagasine 'BlleILl.OO4".
the immediate
1 '. 1aeupt Row, Net?,. I *of the Academy board,under jn-addUioa to which
; SmUcHpUona, If not paid before. Ath'gror, CclumUa Co.., East'Flonda.M.WBITSOTTB ready to furnish them with'all kinds of BOOK AdNEW.PARa AprofessonhiDOfrhetorio and belles-lettres.natural his charge of the Principal and hi*,:Assistants;:and IT commenced* 'he'publication eta they have 1'IeUt.

of and ta3aieultnna1workealledth
A chemfctry
..fhe'3szthizged 94.Airwt&esacaU :: : TE.or th. newest and most b Aa- professorship. *, ": :, : all Its exercises are1 conducted oa a system. of Tto ", Ava
wfflbe lawrted at the following 1 .M. Olhtth.. tUb style. .1 prepared supply the much ,7professonb, own.tminteruptedby the interest*t,operation* : t'.'
1 oftwelv lines)forth Ole at AUatr.,.| Office &Newnansville. admired-Scotch 81 lately'procured p of olflfnek riDg of the othetdepsrtmeaL The furniture of the ""Farmef*&Mta:Scientifi nt4Ticttlturc ct:
Oa.bo11& ( lettrtlavlg of anddraw- .
ntafc per quare from Scotland ',beautiful feoes, A professorship, modern language .IttJ<-''. ,dormitories baa' beenchosen ," -

tf tr Vaa4l Sevtnty-Five Cent for every tubse- 8,. ,W. BAKER, ": together With every variety pt form- and pattern jar-rh.''CoHegiatolreari II 1-vi 4'in"tO.iwo **f ipn with peculiar to comfort and convenience By11s.sZTSTRPBENS, Ft. S. or'Edi.ba ,'

t 1 'i.eat bRrt.t ll.. To yearly.,Advertiser* a:liberaltseounl r ATTORNEY_. EA...W.JACKSONVILLE ,. OfORNAKEKTAL. feelassured AND JOBBIIO Trot,BOWJKRWO, or terms.of twenty-one weeks .ach. The flr t ,for study and expense, has been'to spared render in providing the author of the BonIt if rM Arir.,'a.Ite.;..
te made. All ,troniient Advertlsenent that the elegance and accuracy the fourth Wednesday of 'the apparatus necessary slated b1 John P... ,...
wfll session
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1o ;KA8T, ,FLORIDAReferenctf of all the Type manufactured by me cannot commences on means Instruction complete; giving to Newark' 3rof N.llaveg'
J *(except by persona having amnning account < by Founder to the Union' 'Bv b October;and the second on the fourth Wednesday and comfortable Profes SCientific Agrieolture:ta y1j0 eoai
surpassed any ."aCationorn : Academy facilities taf private study to., &e. ,
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w with th* office) must he.paid for previous to.publication ', entirely now method in the mixing and costing,1 ofAprhl. Each i* followed: -,.by I accommodations of student*, fully:equal,.to- i lee, TbJ* highly ralnable- work "m "

.; Hon. W.'B.LKIXO. Savannah,'Georgia., am enabled to maintain the vrue of the component week.cOURSE thoseaflbrdtfd by many of our.college* large royal octavo tw
i volames.
. 1 tt of the metal in Of ,INSTRUCTION. the 'student containing
parts thls produce, From it*intimate relation to College
4 Jetton!,al a distance ,can govern their remit-' 'Mah'2.181: tf addition to an elegt. the most idid aM durable FBESHMAN Cr.i .-1. Uvv. begun X nophon' ? of the:Academy'enjoy,many ,.advantage page and more, wijh'18 than 600 or J splendid, tteel J.gravtaS

taace(for advertising,by the following.rates tOn ,. Typt, to the public.' To this Anabasis; Algebra begun; History begun.. not generally obtained at institution of this kind. highest style of the engraving art, on wood..ia tha
United States almost
"., twelve lines) published six months Mutual Insurance last featar I would in particular call your attention U., Livy finished Homer'Odiuey.begnff; Algebra Those who wish to pursue some particular branch Implement of illustrating everr

ff" ,.. quare'. ('. '. .'- 910 00 Company for soldity' and durability. of:Type is, on finished; Geoinetjy begun.; History, 'con whioh tans more propenlywithin the college course farmers, the best husbandry method BOW of ploazhn in use by tUatSr Ute Vetf
:: t WEST POTTSDAM. N YORK. the economy, of the tinued.HI. : ,S S may be admitted to recite ia any .0! the College ,
impr harvesting to donitslM
: Two tquaJts, for six months;, -1500 E\Y tance to all'typographers. ,The gutt ..Horace;begun;Homer' Odissey,finished; classes. Students also of proper age and, discretion animabin their&e.r th rarioa,

legal and other Burines'Cards per an. 1000 B. craft will also find me ready to supply all kinds or Geometry,five books; History, finished. by recommendation or:the; Principal and Pictorial feature highest of the book perfection} ia. bort,u.
7.00 KOSL GIBBS Agent PRINTING OFFIce for the establishment JiraiOR CLASS. -L"Tacitn*;,begun Th Pro- permission of the Faculty may enjoj the use of: I* unique, and winrtnder'it
creditors iRNtTUa. of
Notice debtor and incalculable value
to
Ii DUVAL CQ., FL.A. complete .Pss metheu of JEschylus, and Electra of Sophocles; the College Library without additional charge. to the student st
I: : ; Application for lett ra.of administration, 5 00 MaT 22, 1351 t' Wood Type, Cases,Stands, Brass, Analytical Geometry, finished; Calculus; Natural Admission also may be bad to the Lecture, and agriculture.The work Is ", ,"l

L Notice.of Application. for dismissal as Administrator. t Wood Rues. Imposing Stones, Composing: Sticks Theology;Evidence of Christianity.- .- snob other privilege'of the College a* can be Number of M being, published, In Semimonthly'
,
Brass ood Galleys, _Closet The Alcesti of academical students pages each, exclusively;of the
., .-iooo Riglet. .ack. II. Logic; Mental Philosophy; profitably enjoyedV Steel -
ItI S engravings, and i Is sold at 21 eente or *3
AMERICAN! AND FOREIGN &e. ,&c S Euripides;Taeituininiihed; Natural Philosophy; The charge for Boarding washing fuel light '
I't j For announcement of candidates for office 6 OCN Old Type taken in exchange for:"new At 9 cents .Mechanics.begun., '.* -,!, &0., with Tuition In English, Latin, and Greek for will the be at.entire least work in numbers, .f which. then
.
:t announcement will be mode unless the same AGENCY per Ib: >The trade wih. on the most liberal UL- Morall'hiloSophy; Plato' Gorgio; The i* seventy dollar for the Summer Session, and The British twenty-two >

1l >\ \. accompanied with the amount charged. CITY OF WASHINGTON, terms and patronage on the ,ground offurnishing Captive of Planlus; Mechanics Hydrostatics seventy-five the Winter.Sel ioD. The only (S follows Tiu l'enodieabre-publish.ct.5 are at
'
.
f: to the article with whichhe session for incidental expenses .
an dollar '
purchaser Pneumatics and Meteorology extra are one
direction of AARON per
.. Editorial notice for private benefit will be i i'i' TTNDEIUhe tJ of New York and IAIGTPALMER will b plead ad which wi bring him the SOPHOMORE CLASS.-I. Horace,finished:Xeno- ,and a fee of eight dollar for Modern Language The London Quarterly Review (ConservoUvtl

harted'double the rate of advertising.ReHcIeus SNETHEN of New: worth .*. phon' Memorabilia. ; Geometry, finished Rheto- *, and a fee of five dollar for Drawing ThEJinburg Review, '(Wkr,) The NortS

Obituary,and Marriage notices,will, Orleans A GARRET'SON Counsellors of the Supreme Editors or Printers wishing to establish a Newspaper rio. begun. 5- ,5' from those who enter those classes.' .The sessions British Review. (Free Cbunfl'The .
li Court of the United States. or Job Printing Ofc.will be furnished U. Cicero de'Amlcitia and ae Senectuie;Herodotus and 'vacation of the Preparatory Department ster Review, (Liberal'andtHckwood' E& .

he published gratis. This establishment is formed for the with an estimate in cost by stating ,begun; Plane Trigonometry;Spherical Trigonometry i* the same a* those of the College. burgh Magazine, Tory.) i- e-j

iV Communication must be post paid. : : folowingobJe sice, of. .paper and kind of work .t be.executed.ruDiisnen I ; Rhetoric, continued. . Rev. MATTHEW.MEK5S, A. M.* Although these works are diitioguished by the
,. "
t ot .newspapers wui,insert .un HI. Cicero de Offioiis; Herodotus.Onisnea; :ur- President of Delaware College., political shade above indicated
1. t but
or law the court of S
' w- practicing in supreme yet a small
l j the United States, and conducting professional advertisement three months an. send me the papers I ,reying; Analytical- Geometry, begun. ;. Rhetoric, Nnw&zxDelaware.- Aj' .>ril3d- portion of their contents Ii devoted 0 iwtlitls
: J P Sanderson containing it addressed f inished. ,
' : 1 business Congress, "Nebit's.Regis subjects. It is their literary nracter;which
$ 81 bfor New will be in SENIOR CLASS. I. Political philosophy The '
ter York paid ;
:
STOKE them their,chief anti
CASH give value
2. For and of all claims I CHEAP in that
i ATTORNEY COOXSELIXJR AT LAW, recovery the they
I In law or prosecution, the United States before manufacture,provided they purchase si2 tme. .tadria of Terrence Tb.-oud of A tophaneaeoIlllUctl. ; stand confessedly far above all,other journals"
: : removed his office from Columbia I amount of their bills for advertising. ,! Optics, Electricity, Magnetism. their class. Blarheood atm under,the
Congress toe executive
t HIVING or Dpartment or H. II. GREEN, of Criticism 'Butlers ,Analogy J. H.: Jr.rrnakes .' masterly
a : :X ) to Jacksonville, Duval County, ;against Governments of II. Elements ; ; McRory, guidance Christopher North,maintains iU aactent >
respectfully Informs his friends that he will continue I Commissioners.foreign Boar No. 123 Fulton st., New York, and Cicero Tnscnlan Questions; Demosthenes de-Corona '. this method to inform his friendsrand celebrity,and u, at this time,'annmaDy aU'
t No. Canal St. Row, New Orleans.Jan. I ; Voltaic Electricity or'GalyanillDj ElectroMagnetism the that he has commenced tractive,from the aerial work balwer
}J.i the practice of his profession, as fonnerly. 3. For the settlement of accounts with the 1 S public generally and other
9. a J Magneto-Electricity,ElectroDynamics '
,
i. :\ State, Treasury, War Navy Post Office, and business Jacksonville, East Florida, and solicits literary notable, written for that Magadao
H. "Will attend at each and every Term of ] ; Astronomy begun. visited New York and first in it
Interior and obtaining the remission patronage-having recently appearing columns both ia xGnst
i'1i' : 'the Circuit Court in the several Counties of of Dpartments., and foreiturs. for allegedviolations Jacksonville Iotel.'rHE 1!!. The Constitution finished The of'Science the United of Heat States ThermoElectricity ;- Philadelphia ,Baltimore and Satannabat Britain and in the United State Such werki u

! Ike Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County of of thc revenue or other Subscriber having purchaser Astronomy : and ; which places complete arrangements have 'been "The CaxUm and My New Novel"(both kr
jaws. pst sole Proprietor of this well known ; Chemistry Geology. made for the successful prosecution of all kinds Bulwer.) ",M,,Peninsular Medal" fTho Grin
:\11 l. Hamilton In the Middle Circuit, the Supreme 4. For securing letters patent for inventions HOTEL, respectfully informs the generallythat PHILOSOPHICAL APPARATUS. business in which our. Southern Planter are Hand," and other serials, of which numerous rival

I 11 E Ceurt at Tallahassee and the U. S. Court at St. from the or from foreign Governments he ha added to the former house twentyoddmore The College is provided with a Philosophical interested. Goods of every description will be editions are issued by the leading pablisherji ia

Augustine. AH Business entrusted to his care and procuring land warrants and pensions comfortable rooms, with over five hundredfeet Apparatus, that famishes ample means of experimental procured at short..notice and supplied.at very this country, have to be reprinted ,by those MB.
": under the Various pension laws of the United front with piazzas in front and rear, makingit illustration in all the different branches of SHALL PROFITS. Usher from the,pages of Black wood, after it Act
,':: i will receive prompt attention. States. a comfortable a any Hotel in the South, Natural Philosophy. The sum of three thousand PRODUCE of every kind will be received on ,by Mettr Scott & Co,so that*ab>

1.1:: l Address-J. SASDERSON, Jacksonville, 5. For colecton generally, embracing debts, which now will enable him to accommodate over dollars has recently been expended, partly in this sale or shipment upon whickftom/advances mil scriber to the.Reprint of that Magazine uy al.

t i Dval County Honda. legacies, ad inhertnces.in the United States one hundred and fifty persons. Hs table will be country, and partly in London aud Paris, in the bt made. Arrangements made for Shipping Tim way rely on baring the ear{ st reading of,these

1 i.' ; Jacksonville Jan. 17,1850. IfttcQueen and foreign countroS. under the superintendence of experienced purchase of new apparatus to the present ber of every quality.. fcsqinating tales. S '

'; I 6. For the urchas and sale of lands in any of house-keeper of the North, by whose aid fat advanced state of the Physical Sciences., BOOKS,PAPER & STATIONERY of every
,." I the States or Territories of the Union and loan- ters himself he shall not be rivaled by anylotl EXAMINATIONS. variety will be kept on hand or supplied on short TERMS.peranuuy.For ,
Ki 1ff McIntosh ing moneys on,mortgage of real estate lying in the South beiag now contAnt notice. any one of the four Reviews |3 M
therein. steam communication with Savannah and Charleston At the close of each study or branch of study, Through arrangement with Book PubKthen I For any two, do (00

$z' ATORNEYATLAIV, 7. For investment ot funds in United States to have the advantage of the fine markets of the members of the class are carefully examined, flatter myself that country dealers can be suppliedwith For any three do 7 0)
:.i t W'LLattend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern and State stocks and loans,collection of the dividends .,those cities. In addition, he has mode arrangements and at the close of the year in all the studies of 'SCHOOL BOOKS on better terms than they For all four of the Review. 8 00

Circuit; the United States District Court at St. thereon, and generally for the transaction I ,in connection with the Hotel, at all,times the y ear,in the presence of a Committee of the can have their order filled in NewYork.It For Blackwood Magazine .S 00

the Court at Tallahassee ; of all business pertaining t a law, loan, and to furnish fire horses and carriages for the accommodation Trustees;and their attainments are communicated shall be my aim to satisfy all who may favorme For Blackwood and three Review, I.
: f Augustine; Supreme banking of his to the Board of Trustee with their both For Elackwood and the four Reviews, 10 n)
agency. patronage as regards price
itl. : 0 and prosecute Claims for oititens in any part of All communications addressed, to gest.The which the climate of RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION. I and q ualit Y. For Farmer'* Guide [complete in O No*.) 5 0)

I 1'1 Florida against the Government at Washington,, Messrs. Palmer & Snethen. A pstpid.Foreign Florida possesses in the estimation of the medical In addition to daily morning and evening prayer AGENCIES. Payments to be made in all easel ia advaaee..,

either before Congress or at the Departments. Agency city of Washington, will receive faculty fo cure of consumption and other divine worship is held twice on every Sunday The agencies of several important PATEn CLUBBING. -

' !. fjrj ADDRESS, Jacksonville East Florida. prompt and faithful attention. pulmonary, diseases, has induced a vast increase and the recitation on Monday morning is alwaysin MEDICINES have been obtained among which i* A discount of ttrentirjioe per cent from the
fall winter
; ALV1EII & SSETIIEN, of travel to this State during the and Greek
of his
the Testament. At the
: May 2. 1850 tf Office No. .Carroll Place, Capitol Hill. months,of those who seek the relief afforded by a student is request to attend above price will bo allowed .to I lab ordering
parent or guardian a permitted four or more:copies of any oDe or'more of the
lawtf. and in view of this tact the
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L milder atmosphere ; place of worship which himself or the
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: that his exertions to any above works. Thai 4 copies of .Blaekwood or
has determined
"'i 'James W. Bryant, subscriber which shall bestowed parent or guardian,may select. One member of .' one of the Review will be lent to one addrta for
t merit the patronage the Faculty will attend at each of the different CAN/BIAN
4 of the four Review and
$9 copies Blackweod
Bounty Land and General ;
to toil
'Agency without
him be regard or ex-
upon
COHNSELLOR-AT-LAW -
ATTORNEY AND of
t sll. SAMUEL BUFFINGTON. places worship (Presbyterian Episcopalian for $30; and so on. ,,
:! Will attend to Professional business in the Courts Washington, D. C. pense.Jacksonville, E. F.. October 3, 1850. tf and Methodist,) in the village and note all absen bOrders from' Clubt must be cent',dtrttt tf

Df the Eastern Ctrotft of Florida and in the Federal JOSEPH T. W attention ALICE B.to will the give BOUNTY'prompt tees.Two, at least, of the Professor, With theirfamilies CANBIANVERtffUCE the can. publishers be allowed, to.Agentt.no discount 'from. .the** price

tji Court for the Northern District of Florida. LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldier engaged Jacksonville Male Institute. will reside in the College building, and Money, current in the Slate where issued will

:,.1Th Atso AGENT in the FLORIDA WAR, or in either the INDIAN -- will board.at common table, with the students bereceivedaitpar., : *

tot general Business in the State, respecting WARS in which the U. States have been engaged, REV. I. SWART. M., who are required to occupy such room a*may be ; 00-: Remittances and 'communication saoild
I PRINCIPAL them the '
: or the War with Great Britain of 1812;-to I assigned by faculty. REMEDY, WORMS. be.always addressed, post paid or franked,total
:k grants and donations of lands, and the location claims on the U.States for MILITARY SERVICES, i ADMISSION.In Publishers LE\J. At'-JJCU'J"I" CO

L er selling thereof. SUPPLIES, PENSION, LOST PROPERTY, &C.. and t Hates of Tuition. order to admission to pursue the entire coarse,. tijjj r I 79 Fulton at N.'T.. entrlnceoU st. G.,'

t1 ALSO AGENT any description of business requiring an Agent Orthography, Reading Defining, Arithmetic a student must be at least fourteen year of age:; unquestionably the best WORK MEDICCTS in use;
Attorney at Washington. For procuring Land' and Penmanship per quarter, $4 00 must give satisfactory evidence of good moral. it is a positive remedy and can always be depended The Globe.,
r for the collection of Claim upon the United 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,

States'for Military or other services pensions charge will proportioned t the nature and sition Elocution and Book Keepin& 5 00 following studies, via ALSO, A Congressional,Agricultural and Literary

applies furnished .volunteers and for horses or difficulty the cose. Higher branches of an Euglsh. Arithmetic, Elements of Algebra Latin and DARLEY'S ARABIAN HEAVE REMEDY. 1ewspnper.rihIE .
for which the United States He will also act in connection with Agents orAttorneys cal and Scientific cours. 6 00 Greek Grammar, Jacob' or Felton's Greek An article of great merit and which no.one who undersigned submit to;the poblte his
II other Prtrt110s in Florida, who may b employed in The Ancient Languages, 10 0 Reader and the first two books of Xenophon's owns a Horse should be without. JL proposals the GLOBE and,it*report for

; z S It'bl.. Bounty Land and other claims terms which A quarter consist of eleven weeks, and two Anabasis Jacob's or Doering's' Latin Reader Sal- Dr. Christie' Galvanic Belt. Dra.eeJeu. the next session Congress. ,Congress ha BOW

t 4 Address a lnve.East FJord may be agreed upon. Letters [which should b sessions a 12a.m.,3to5p.m.Exercises lust or Cecsar Cicero' Select Oration, and Virgil Necklace and Magnetic Fluid. so liberally patronized, the undertaking that it
paid will receive immediate attention. of or what shall be deemed equivalent.
pst commence on Monday, the 3 day win be established ILl'a standard work worthy oft
5. lawtf. S For the Removal and Permanent Cure_'of.all :
February next.Jluar EXPENSES. official imprimatur,unless nndersirned fails
J. BIcRobert Baker, 23. 1851. tf ENTBAKCK FKX..If the student enter as Freshman Nervous Disco:,,, in his duty. This will not be the eat* tf earaect

l ATDORNEY4COUNSELLORATLAW, Notice.TO ,five dollars if as Sophomore ten dollars;; And of those Complaints which are caused by effort can avail. The,GLOBS Is the only paper
an impaired weakened of
or unhealthy-condition
JU: : E. FLA.Wnx THE OFFICERS AND SOLDIERSOF JAMES SULLIVAN. if as Junior fifteen dollars and if as senior,, the that will furnish full report of the proceedings and
SNi 'No. 12 near Bay Street, twenty -S debates of the two House of Coagfes*; and having '
; practice in the Courts of the Eastern THE SEVERAL WARS SINCE WhIter dollars.1st Session. 2d Session. NERVOUS SYSTEM. received their sanction as such,the best Reporter
SAVANNAH GA. This beautiful and convenient of the
,
rp Judicial Circuit, the Supreme Court at Jacksonville TIlE REVOLUTION. Tuition t21 00 $21 00 application will be engaged to writo out the debate
i GALVANISM
mysterious ami MAGNETISM -
po"er of each which will the revuioaof
and the United States a recent Act of Congress, officers and sol WHOLESALE AND RETAIL Room rent, 400 400 been pronounced by distinguished day undergo
i I Drc Curt BY the Members. The work after
passing threagk
er the Northern District of Having (who have not received) are entitled TIN WARE MANUFACTORY, Incidental expenses 1 00 1 00 physicians both in Europe and the United Statesto the DAILY GLOBE and receiving correction,will
Flord BOUNTY LAND Use of Library 75 75Janitor'
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I will prosecute claim against the United States deceased, are also entitled. The Subscriber will Japanned, Brltaiita, Planished Ware, Fuel for Oratory and Recitation and APPENDIX ..
&c., &c., room, 1 50 150 WILCOX'S The debates will probably ,increase in intenit
undertake, at a moderate compensation the
before Congress and the Dptent at Washing claims of those interested been employed kinds Cooking Stoves and Ranges, of Fuel i i. afforded to the student at cost. A sum Compound Extract of Sarsap'arllla, daring the next session. The one subject which

in public office for several laving yeW. his experience ALL most approved for families, equal to the probable cost is advanced by each Original of Totensend's., engro, od the lost,will doubtless give way to others -

ton.Being permanently located at Jacksonville, he in such matters will enable him to afford great hotls. and ships; and all pttms. for parlor I student; if more is consumed it is charged to hLnif IT IS NOW WELL KNOWN BY MANY. of great variety; which in this progressive

will give his entire and unremitting attention to facilities to claimant for LAND AND PEN public places. Stove every description : less the balance is refunded. easily proved by us,thatTOWNSEND country the conflicts of party and the,ambi&ea
i Pipand .
and a great deal of trouble of Shet Work notice.- Board is furnished with the families of the Pro- for place and distinction necessarily prode* -
profession, and all business entrusted to bit 8018. S\'e lessor at two dollar week. Vast Interests will be at stake upon the decision .
ho obtains Force Lift Beer Lead per
and
h nothing, no Pumps, Pumps, Pipe, did obtain from DR. WILCOX the for
UJI.Vhere will receive Tin 1> Sheet Iron Wire.Galvanized Iron,&c. Washing at the usual rates receipt of tho next Congress; and there IS great talent ia
C& postpaid lat. manufacturing the -
Ware All dues are payable in advance. The Tuition originalWILCOXfOMPO both branches, which will be evoked in their discussion -
forms of Tin
attention the
tie and and can supplied
. will also attend business prompt necessary purchasers b
t any a is all UND AU the honors of the Republic depsc
instructions sent. at prices low they can buy in York or remitted on application to students designed ,
:' r NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER C. W. BENNETT,At'y.Wahingon elsewhere.a Orders a from Florda. South Carolina, for the and that he did.after the character and reputation dent oa the succession to the Presidency u weU

. Appointed by the Governors of the following C. and the interior, are The tuition fee7or Modern Languages win, was established as being the most as all the great and permanent' interests which go

I States t take Testimony, Affidavits, and .Ac'knowledgment October 1850. Aug. 29, 1S50. tf tor eight iiradvance.dollar per session to be paid to the Instr ne b. -EXTRAORDINARY MEDICINE to will tho give advancement impulse to of the the action power of of the the next country Con, egress.

I. to be used therein t in'the world for the (following-diseases such S .
. For students who do not detien to protecute the a* Scrofula Consumption King's Evil Salt
AgriculturalVarehouse.. The Globe will be during
; Virginia, FACTORAGE ANP COMMISSION uhole Count degree limited Scald Daily published daily
Mane S required for a a more Rheum Erysipelas Head Tightness ,
the session Congress,and the remainder
- I : North Carolim BUSINESS. purchased the entire stock of'agri- studies to the of the Chest weekly
of ufttrnitnea
HAVING from DensTow range adapted Dyspepsia, Palpi of the year. It .will contain full and faithful report
i* I Massachusetts South Carolina, UNDERSIGNED having formed a con & Webster, the implement Mes. sphere and count of life of each individual. 10 -S tation of the Heart and all A of the proceedings of both House of Co*"
t ... THE undersigned announce t to far at tch can be reasonably anticipated. Nervous Sections General Fluor Jtj.bus
Debility
t New York, Georgia, in the above business, to be conducted the that they have greatly increased ; gross; and miscellaneous articles oa those general
. Penn. : Alabama in SAVANNAh underthenameof Btok.public embracing beside a,neat variety.tof other Th studies of this Course are arranged under the or Whites, Rheumatism Syphili., Aver-subjects to which it is devoted- -
. : .., yIYaa DYE k ,81IE\VJ'AKE. generally, of the following character and following departments to wit: Complaints, Cancerous Humors" Mecurial Disea- The IVetklf Globe will.contain -Agriculturaland
.
\ 1st. & ,
Misssissippi, AMATATICALDEPARTMxNIUWb1 sea, & will occasionally
miscellaneous
description: Agricultural and implements articles and
I r .c _: Maryland, Texas. BEO leave to tender their services to their friends of every variety,of the horicultur and- beginning with Arithmetic and Algebra the student For some purpose and no' doubt 'Ii order"to give debate of such importance; as command UKverbal
South Tennessee, Florida reent
in Calna. will be carried seriatim, through all the make it cheap (f9r the genuine cannot be made ,
1. Gerga. five interest. ,, _
improved hundrcdplows
jan ; v
lyOSOAR description every
with that all business
i__ .. materials for curriers and higher branches Of the Mathematics ending in without great expense,) pollute it with minerals The price of the IVttUy dlobt is reduced U
4' ,, I. __ entrusted to them will receive their devoted atten description; &nnors. their application to Natural PbiloaopyAstrono- inch 'as Corrosive Sublimate .Snlpher-,-, Salts
iron founders, article oee dollar with sc view to obtain
I tion. M. M.DYE,of Savannah. bra' embracing every m Saltpetre&e. &o.' -- ; a more general
)
HART used in their line, tools &c.AN circulation. .
JOSEPH SHEWMK.Savnnh. including al necessary ENGLISH DEPARTMETT-Comprising Now in consequence of the above-abuses, Dr; hd
at .The CoKxmtimvd Globe will It
embody
*
; k4 .: TORNE'Y.T r .Jv. ,Feb. 1831 Burk ., ( &o.j maueturcrs'prce. and common gins, instruction in Orthography, Reading, Elocution,. WILCOX has concluded to'give his whole time. done fur the but seventeen years Congressional a
Apr.-17. and talents to the
Grammar
Writing, manufacturing
Geography, History, Composition of _
store and cotton proceedings and debates exclusively ,.
screws,

I1 Ofice apDLe Second floor at the Courthou. jock,, rood hydraulic truek. "helDarow lthetonioLo o,Intellectual Philosophy. HIS OWN ORIGINAL COMPOUND. The Appendix willembracclhe revised speech

.E .' Forsyth street. Sea Island' Cotton Gins.rinHE patent sraprs. the rms.drawing pumps water; Moral Philosophy, Political Grammar Story on in its primeval state vegetable purity, so that separately and the message of the President*f

p 4 :WILL practice in the counties of the Georgia and French burr calcine castinsP1asterers' the Constitution Elements Phlosophy Ornithology,Natural the afflicted of all classes,may have a healing the United States and th*'reports of tho Head tl
. Eastern lyer, SUBSCRIBER takes tbi' runity. and raw mitne plantationMills Theology, of Criticism,and Evidencea balm for all of the above complaints., And,from the Executive Departments.: 5 .
1 of attend the
and farmer
Ciui da t :. J. to inform the planters of: of Christianity. his knowledge for the last ten Globe and be
; corn and smut ; mill irons: yean of,the wonderful The Congressional Appendix will
4) still continues the manufacture of the mil srew. ..A MKECAXTILE
that be ,.3J DXPAKTMIXT
claims United
against the States for whieb .
bolting shuttles and general healing'propensities of his compound he published as feat a*the proceedings of Congress
: latest HORSE GINS dou- coths. pick will be
ROLLER
I ( Military services, ard'for Horse lost, other. improved finding woollen : imparted aa acquaintance with all that is hesitates not to say to you,,tbafhe .warrant a will make a number., Subucribrrs may expect ooo

property lost or by said service.. fill ble all and orders single at, at the his shortest usual rates noti and e. I ready'- to, I. MILL MACI1RY. TOOLS,mAnufatnes.. the necessary of the to counting qualify house youth for Including the immediate. duties cure of AST and,ALL.. of, the Above disorder, i ir number of each a week during the first fourw.eks.
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; 3. claim soldiers For the of the Gins,apply to the following agency rw mauatore."e 1..Penmamhip
pension ,orB reputation an orlginaland popular
A tr c shall be prepared at all time that yoo-hav* tried Sarsaparfflas and havenot week afterwards until the end of the session. .
, t those who have them in use: every system of this art,"which .
soldiers. invariably produCes been bcnefitted .
; and of deceased o t species of machinery on the shortest notice. a so you won t try :Complete indexes to Confnttionat Gtoot

4' ': A claims oa.bunty.lad to officers and sol AGENTS. The highest markt price* paid at all time for bold or lnisbed.1aanl1 the accountant peculiarly adapted to the pur- DR ,WILCO1CS. and Appendix will be sent to subscriber soon if-
and busineSl
. : ,and the widow and deceased ofioers Villalonga& Acosta, Centorvillage, Ga. wool, tides. All produce of the poses 2. rithmetic-Comprill ni.alibrevi&- ,For there has been many ottb. name got up ter Congress adjourns. > "
. t orh Capt. B. R.Bthewo.Beaufort, 3.O. State received, and sold for the usual commission. ted methods oC. computing Interest.5 numerous. on the reputation of this article. and 'wo tell you Nothing of a political. aspectwU1appeumatk
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with
pe..ceutagei together
. t Mr records,and ascertaining Bsb" Co. E. Fla. 'Svnn aU luehoperations'are r.quisite !I.,though excellent in its Impartial vehicle for all sidOSI cannot maintain its
Ut ; qualities,
& > K. R. F., Co.; ror a thorough one of the
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umna a party
tkk r. claim P&ta knowledge of the business ala most inferior
t d 8. Hoyt & Co., Savanah.Ga. 4 Sif DlowWebltr. oct 2t counting-room. ingredients of this,may we. Dot trahay hue., '_.
L *i*All business e trs t him,will meet with : 8. L.Jftblack & .,Alligator,E. F. ., L I .: -S.S .- the 3..Bock-kce.ppig.Slogle and Double. Entry, b) IVonder-trorkinx Compound f' .- ',TERMS. .,
attention and instruments of Lartinger & ,' Elizabethtown, Lowndes DYING'AND SCOURINGESTABLIShMENT most approved methods. ,A complete'coarse Now friend, these assertion* are true' to th* For of the Globe daily during
j ; a writing Ga. Hl. of instruction in this branch will be furnished designed letter; but we say them not to injure any one,'but one copy Daily ( '
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eotc by with neatness anddeJaa.'jB County, to fit the student to take.charge of any let because have a right to.the benefit of truth the version Congress, sad weekly

_w ;. ALSO,* A"0.73 ot account books '_ __- -. and it is also true that if yon will call :oa.us, we during the recess,) a year, .$5 09
f1 EXTRA YOlSREET. 4th. Ax will For the Lsilf Globe for less than a year,at -,
; 1851. U Boxes ASD BamE D be had of the "' AoEiccLTtnuL "DJPARTXEl'ITCom.prislng give you names and residence of people who -
(REAR 'CpURT the rate of 84 et month. ,
HOUSE a
subscriber at: rCra. .wanting )' a selection from the English and Mathematical have been cured of disease* which baa astonished '

I : : Gins,or diim. repaired, please direct to 'Agents. SVANNAH'GEO.. courses; and also, Surveying, Botany,; not only themselves. but their physician,and also For one copy' of the Weekly Glob for on* -,109
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.v .A'O'B'9 o'Y or to: ,.' S.L.BURNS.* .-- Mineralogy Geology Chemistry and Agricultn- names of some of our best physician*,.who are Tear ?
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_". x ,St.Mary's Georgia. I 'ALEXA ral Chemistry; theTosUwo.illustrated using recommending and large ForODeeop1of&h4lCoDpllio Globe daring -; -
7ii: T- 'FOR CLAIMS AT WASHINGTON DEB G.\LLOWAY. by. ,experimental selling quanti the session' ". ISO
M85lr ,lawftn. lectures. : _, ties of Dr. 'Wiloox' \ .' Be -

.. '. RETURNS ho bis received thank* t'h rrend"for th 5th. A, Civu" tNozxiDapAz..ya, ful to,get that'with the name of MJ..l\t very.\care Vtcox" For session one copy, of"the Appendix S during_th* ISO
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t ? : William E. Kennaugh, .T.',. V' ,lCE'- business in this ctln 1832,an4 wo'uld state tohis which,) Algebra are taught. (metttal Arithmetic ud wtitten(meatal.). Goometry and'ten 'wnIt. jured rather on the than outside benefitted.-label :or' ,you" may. be,-'in For tour Session either- ', o..p, both do. '

SEA friend and the generly. TrigoDomet.rr, Survellllr, (with the If you wish to know,who this! Dr.. ring the ,' IM
,,} jstAt WZttAUft HOTXL, rESSSTLVASIA ISL1J1PftQLLERCOTTON GISS. publq th durig'bi use onnatra Wilcox is,we .
For ten d. :
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'AVU1.C. t v WVA 1U ha aq"i monte in the field ) Pac al E ngineenng,Arcni- have the privilege referring- to the first of ;
men
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S S Improvmenq connected with, tecture the -' ring the session,, 'lop
I CUue t'Ibispioxnsttc1tlont.o! the.ar- nrpie begs leave to Inform the ,.Perspective,"draughting, and, .'opoCr&o.phlib. community. Principal OfficeS ,
ahlrlbl DYING AND: : '173'BROADWAY : o'And Tho prices for these paper,an *o low that a4Yanoc. ?
: before Confteas
of claim
NEW-YORK
;, rangement and prosecution JL Hel Island Cotton and the fCLEANING. ATnAcazas' D.l' ,' '
.. .or any of, the Executive: .that he can supply them with"hit,double pub ad which he trust will enable of will consist a'exiiTrbo' eoorsi Corner Green and: Beaver 'it*.,Albany,,-and and payment order,are will indispensable to ,carry unlesti thii
Dpaet. satisfaction to aU who ma-please favor study of a judicious :election or I old by Druggist*' on, no be'attended-to! ,
'Clainurkrisingfrom ingle i :T S with their t' k subjects from the other andCointry! erch&l1u..al\ it.. >
4 the evolutionary, touag. w' departments including over the country,I money accompanies : ,
Ford SEA GINS.
: ISLAND ROLLR. CnON' -Ladica' all the branches punned S Subscriptions maybe remitted mail at etrrltk
.. or Mexican ; Invalid, *. a DressesShawls, &e;' our common chool7 : by.
; 1 R.o1 Hap'ot 'No' cub ,li' are best jleanedand dyed rariou color, so as give gooj Practical Lecture will also be given on;Soboo "' CAUT10&TO TIIE'PUSLICt, .in !money at par in .the section of eottLb?
I '- ,Wdow' ; 'Naval 'or,Army; Gins and the Subscriber flatten himself, satisfaction. Table Cover clawed t Teaching both a* a science and a*aa art int be Deceived by certificate attached where'subscribers, reside.. '-r
: ador Scripunder'law:of Feb.,11, from the general satisfaction be ha given for the may be required.: or
.', 'lSlYor4tqdiO, ISIS; Arrearage*of Pay and last seven yoal he will' receive thei support.; ,, in the same goo ityle garens not to be struction relative to.he best and moat popular : each bottle la compounded-and'made'nnder the' Qty, Oc .' .-:>t.
L Price Gins m best Coraerl..o. methods ot supervision JameR.. '- -
'. lw othe surpassed done teaching but they will also have; fChilton Chemist, whi '
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I :Mileage:due returning Volunteer; 'Claim:for &Dalu0 workmlp.; m may be afy.Ladles', Nor dyed dyed black a* or exemplifyln them op.portunities re-i has been hired for,that purpose; Jfow let as no .5-. .5: ---S-v

:i Ilonw l'taad other iProperty,detoye41Ez., ., ,Bx" 'AN.BaUIHE cleaned,requir. t a superior.tyle.Ladle1 citation tD the lower' departments Jibe wUtII-. how it look*.when thit Chilton testdes 150 miles ,Eos7ccnrs or THE

I :pense*Incurred Volunteen *ftr* beng( mntared *-; for sole .deap ;repaired & ,the. lowest. and Gentleman' Glove tlon. ",,-, .1 c S :_ '.- CrOm the MH'ftloitv; w* ttink*treat KEY S WEST:' G.A Z E'2'T
11 aad rate*.; ,* .moat approved London fashion,oeec.&tithe 7th. A DKrAXTHKiTor-MotoESi*. W QVAClQ imposition L on'the public Md'ealeulated to deceive : ,,
. nc.bt into service ; 'W "Oi S .Agents-,. ,, ', air. Si. KlEt hobean appointed Arent for -Ia which .tadeate-who wish to take.thoroujtnoonne the.an""t Judp 1e fOr T01I1'ey" Devoted lo Commerce,Agriculture LiUratart$.;,
I S t" : '*'' the above .tabli hment. can hare aa of 'ALSO, tot several Kind of..V and the Genral Interest of the sIndepeadeat
,"Te"eiM. & *. -Vr4 It'AcosTA.Centrevillace; ; e .;and wfll'attend to thereception opportunity doing to;white 'fttaW.Pin. Peeple
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I d" 'N.A. lUfcDtK'Savannah.Ga. : the eeY10. 1t1fU .. knowledge to translate with facility aad-to'pro- & Cherr.J-"Bitt.enr.- L : ,

t :' tY'all p. 'he, form. *" _neoeasary"fbr a j >per : -B*F.'fiaiTH,Charleston, 8.(..'. ; M&rCh2II .' ,.,. &J boert._ *?. noubee, With.oJ.ra.bluometaea. to.* G.G f cl'> : K, It. RID & Co., Palatka. E.'F. 4 time MposlbleareaUo provided for : &ttOfltIOUr- '' 5 the above title, weekly newspaper,.ta. M

! .MdregttliUoni; OTWnlaj,, U..n ',8. B..THOvx A.:'Black CreeE. V.;' t.FSJJION48E.T4ILORIN0.. i tlon,Systematic Instruction will be cJye"'IQEJoca--> ;. it k :' .ravj R Md g1 t ..- : devoted to the purposes sbovespeclfi.d., _,.t

# &'&D i T. O. ? .. Jacksonville,iL.r ; by Jecturw and otherwise;and frequent oxercl ,,'. .. ; -- S / _Having had.many year experieaee a* aaltor u.-
.1Y..pTparfti t .iP &,KINO,Bunt Fortqs,. '. Thee l"el1rwo MspMMuIly"!lafornii o*ia 1)eclainatlou-and in English Composition I 1' S.SOciLI2t8m kIOD'J11etE.F, .,tho undersigned onlyrre&r*ta Usfcm**
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aT. hal (; and It*HoiaUy be required all the connected "' ; .
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1 r, :8uy. rqMlr'th A.A..VaLa.DeDGL.>.. .-" .that n* ha taken the witlj, toe > S. editorial eamr a*avguaranteeof what,tie pP
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Institution. *
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office--where .
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iu& floe French mission ?
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t Traders CawlmeMi P--dOpOD 'Lewsn < aim aUh. 4r reader'papu'-
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