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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 14, 1851
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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-.
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Heeling of Leon County. Cotton 1.o1Iuppy: ::: .of cotton:4bas hitherto been thee operatives are:riecessary. What Ir' ti I i I : ;T J re' hi aitt. n.i equal.io at.(trj .t' ;. ,- ..' 't V t .t V M"iJ'te V I"V ) 'II C 1
drawn in from become of the other .V\I\Ivvv IDOrt,1rII5mg
.very fluctuating proportions one third'of'-each" T<,) the :consnmptwicbrihe' V
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;Planters.. British India Brazil Egypt, our.West' India retain.their: position,.short [ime'iresrotei I States, be ": &Z500doIil.b tJ"t r arally.-of been forcedinto !uil ad)Iaat :U
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Jlt4/meetmg; Planters convened.at. tb< Colonies and the United States'of ;Arneriea.I to, .and this,it.Js found,.starves,..the opera. achIneiornuiaetuingth necessary,to artJeles-<., receiving and :forwarding'coimnissu' >n8'soa 269,353 houses biiefikii Into. nm. and V .'

'Court Ho*se intbe'City Tallahassee, on I, From1bis1ast-name4'countr, the'quanthjetwere I tives'mnddestmys the dj..idenJ'b..th cmpital.Then selithem! at a trifle i above the costbf pro cODSTgnmeratl1)totJJrftrodia,.with and,.ori vessels :' cewed to.exiit;.-,Word*"ca ,-a. ,r

Saturday, the' 2Cth' 'ultimo. Col. ROBER1 for a long series of years I.a.. continual fine'numbers onlvare.spun} tbefi:. ,tIOD..jnJ1,discriminate In the taimmoin'pricnch c.: wwW a greai :variety of"wnaller niaitera. f4tbI.'a DK IoItIN Ka VnIUiofl -
BUTLER was called to the Chair and,after conditioa of Increase. From Brazil our are found to.be'kunsaleableand* give an un. fi e4. 'extent a*u gbt Befoniui neceI., hrdlyI1i1COfldUCgbebnsine>yrile>'3tpen s of emigrated;*MIj cllli8i.t>' V

;* brief explanation of objected the, meeting ; importations:Jlae'&nsihty| lessened, 'witb i healthy character the.manufacturing hus-. aUgsindeottoppacked: rtbUm ahd leavmg t6e,1nter' pcrif 13c # "JI.- 'V'

CoL.JOBS ;PARKDIIJU and Dr. G. WiHOLLAKD out an1're hJe'1rospect--of. ..in- ness.' .These palliatives'1 as they alwayi I Jet l":Thi* wonld:insure:'the K -v t*p*Hacking* ''of- Jtiidofiearl cotton commionhnan.a ,divi- : moryienotatex (awu.
Vice Presidents ,, From the must,and the is $ irty.thIeepet c e ran; ported/rom:IreladdMtbe very Inae when "
were appointed crease. : .F.a-p .: quantiie&fiuetu. equilibrium restored by.Jriv theentre crop 10 oar own'stapte,and ? _V totbi'Okhb f4e") .- V V-.- V V V
and B.T. Aitts. requested to act as Sew ate violently, and depend itrear.'upon'caas tug out one third of the-capital and :labor,'tcseek'employment I employment'of-:a considerable proyidejor.the Tour Cpittittlttn 'lhoseofisaerelas V the lamirae'wa most appatmg,. ,The policy

tarv. es not-falling within"ordina 'commefcialcons'ideratitms. ; la.other:pursuits,'promis amount of labor jn'manufacturing ta&bging fares their nav' Engtaad has predated tbiraaeeasJf. and

6n wotion, a committee of fire, consisting ., In Ihft ,Bfiti6h! Vest;Indies fig'more stability. '., .,. _, -, '_ V, aDd necessary'Buflbis: <>is wed-lbem'ihe means of investrgatbn"oave' ".. : tblL feaduIdestruUiOaoIVbsnita 1i1eTh.mVfVibseuteeisutV.nuiially V
of JAMES' E. BROOMC EDWARD HOUSTON- T.. the cultivation of t'cotton has for some time Then suppose. the -year 1853" V fnrnisbej!I the PnIy.increase rope to be effected1ath -corTsumption not ip _, *_0d_ r oar; questions; ,-0 f't:,000f.uct i--

K.LEOXARD RICHARD HITWARD and G EORCWHITFIELD. ceased to form a,regular branch of industry, another crop :of$3,000,000. bales., '"VVhatic the : wb1c6" capacity foqverproduettoni every sarplor ctdJDII"Bt. ;
; guarantee the.. tbe laflncnce of .
.maunfacturer :
: were appointed by the Chair, to and it is hardly tp be expected that, havingihns to. be Hone with it.; The capital remaining where would }irregular p'rWoctionrand'the laiulzo_CPU8med .b 1daenJ a. .
every hav&incidcnt. possibility! ,of.controlling! its effects ourabil.Jtyjo the Irisb pirhfngi hhI..
present business to the meeting. eased to.be 'pro6tablewhenprice1inEurope ; .is only. sufficient to: mannfacinre, 2,000,000: ally) that his goods, when made;coaU: never : increase jhe : peasant was ItSwtrs VeblCb :
.The Committee retired for a few moments,, :were' 'uniformly at'a' ,higher, level and 'without"manufacturing. it; cannot be .be brought into' and onsumpUoCimprove thf tIbIpioducuIJriar .
competition with goods price,
Chairman JAMES E. than have been"now.for >long seriea consumed. ..The'reSult is inevitable save a large porttos cf,the annual I leaving its.oJ't.t-nuerto retornto aid k ,.
and through their they a -U I made from cotton at krerprices :Than his charges siJexpeiteea DOW ,- Tb -
; BROOME submitted to' the meeting the following !- of years, the culture Winy important extent crop sells! for -. and at..the; close' ol own.would! induce theprodoetW'of alar- confined themselves tn .the-paid'dweu6s1oa! y;liave-f it industry from 'tD clothe its'nakedness,ortosavff. : .
starvatkro.iW -
'Report and Resolutions! : will be resumed 'in .these Colonies( ;: From the year,,there islajsnrpluaof 1,000,000. proportion,"of 'cparee numbers -feeling single: plan-Oriye of protection i'olaoutrUng a feSuch V
:. the effects British
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Your mmiUee have bad under' consideration British India. i the.quantitiesreceIted! depend bales.in'excess1* of the usual supply;and tillS that there could be no risk stocking him. that there are"others,and'perhaps I Bf hub potky;-- Bta. *
the. subject of a Cotton-Planters'Con- upon a different set of ctf'tUmstaDees.1Iut perhaps", to be increased by:a good V crop in self heavily! ;'ilpi1dles'oi1ld;,not be stopped better'ones;:which .will) >ese'nted"'sboaM ?10 jh fate of the fearfat eeoe*wakk V

vention and heg leave to submit the following such a nature as lo forbid any very. sanguine 1854.- V or short time'resorted to because orders were a convention of'cotton' planters be "assem Ireland has_witnessedf f'1 re ortia'o/lbS"V .

"report! i hope of great'and permanent increase Under such, 'circumstances. speculators, 'not in hind for work,abeadthe.rma,oiac. bledAccompanying! 'ft4seiithefoflowingresalatiJo-re rt"tb'e11pte. Eagl sb;:people have tamed.tbetrandexpetidedmir V :

There is, perhaps, no interest in the world) m the shipments.* After continuing the argument seeing no :prospect of improvement, withdraw turing ,business would be'"characterized: by /tbe'c. COBsideration'of -. V l eani deroead( ::

surrounded with so many difficulties or sub- 'at some length, attention is called to trom the market-the manufacturer greater regularity 1 ,'and conducted itb'pat this,meeting. *. 1he.i1pthi&th. ':

ject to so many:disasters,as the colton planting the immense increased consumption'of their left"without. competition! ;and fixes the pricesto confidence-the. supplies of:"goods,wouldbe Raotved,/TbAt tbe grea't Inegnlarityv and .slavesofAmeuca2' .-, ; *>'4f. ,'.
.} interest. The great rrregulanty in ihe pro- cotton mills 6t-.owirig"tbat in .1800, they suit himself.the "planter- becomes discouraged better ,and the consumption larger. .Another COfltIflUet1)nJencyto:V reduction of,the V :: :; .
jwiceof
ductlon;caused by the sesons,and the ajipeJf- consumed 56,010,732 Jbs. andin 1849,775- and.:forces his cotton oST! at any inducement for each an organization our great Sputhern taplerare evils which V i. MB. .. .D&n"nLU. ,_.... ._.. Qp.. 4 #
.ance of non-appearance,of numerous enemies 468,0081bs",and remark: "It is by no means thing that IS oflered-unites !in the generalcry the great saving of'expense' in getting our !require i investigation,:and the application frtJJ.1tdY.lf I Ia .It certainly affords jut.canseyof l..i.meDtfa V
:
thi fluctuations in improbable that the cons 'tion during the that the'prOduction is immeasurably into the hands '
: peculiar plant, produces cotton of manufacturer. one can te found.. VVV and:Pre>Fuhnortri,.&" V
,toe price, svxh as appear to visit no other 1 last nine years would have gone forward at in 'advance.:'of the. consumption The Li-"erpool'market governs the Amer- .,JZeso/raf,That in the opinion of?this" meet-I LOttnced at the:North as a champion idjbe V

great interest.. Whether these' fluctuations a constantly accellerated pace, eo that it vies with the ,manufacturer in fixing the can market,and it matters not" where' the ng, nothing is Iikelyt4o b.t. accomplished for I slave intereSt stigmatized by'souteoaibcru' V

are necessarily incident to the production andsale would by this time have gone beyond 1,000- imiression and making it universal, V that planter sells his cotton, he sells in reference :he benefit of onrinterest, withduta Joirnal9aLan'*holitiouist.. ':Wtvngaruedihe V

of this staple! appears to be a question 000,000 pounds in the year, but for the large supplies and low prices are inevitable to what is thesupposed net value i in' Liver- .amount of concert of action reasoimjle cotton- V .charge as eminently.:nnjast when alleged

1 which has as yet, engage.! a very small check given to it in 1817 and in the present far all time lo Come. 1'his impression; g 'iwol!, and "the difference between the1 price in p13fltirg. : ,amOng: against Him.at,the last PresMlentU ele Uaa.

hare of the planter's attention. how far year through insufficiency in the supply of _fixed, capital flows in :rapiitly,'new factoriesgo our own.sea ports and.the price in Liverpool l. Retdttd; That,. ,with aewiotiningsuch ; .halt voted as long ago'M 183$.f*resolution <.
the difficulties which surround us arc attributable the raw material" ?. "This increase up i in directions, old ones ate enlarged is,the measure ofebargesaod expenses paid V concert of action declaring that this "U a'governmeatof
we respectfully
to over i production, or to irregular! hasieen concurrent with, and mainly caused an8 improved trade in_Manchester becomes by deductions'from..the;price of' ,the.crop !ihe cotton pl, n1e.ohe,! Southern Stole* itt4 powetsaa4thatbythe.Coflitittt.

production ; or how far they result from by, a continual. reduction in the price of cot: healthy,. new aud ,extensive markets are when sold Taking the period of ten years to assemble Conventron atM co,.Georgia I Ion of the UJlited esCoIgr)anio

making our controlling maikets too far from ton." "On the other band, the con- found for the 'cousnmption of cotton goods from 1840 to 1850, it is found that the average ,' on'Monday,:27th day of October next,orat f114Jd10VWhJXIt7 0fJ & iastitatim'J'il4in

: CiNlf own gin houses, or bow far a remedy for tinual fall in the price has'acted as a stimulus and in a. few years, .to the .DUer'astoni8b- price in Liverpool. was 295-100 cts. per ,such other tune_and place as mayjjf- mostconvenient very tke. several.States. oftbf. 'Confederacy-

our evils might be supplied, by a judicious on the producers, (American) who have ment of all the world, it is found that the pound higberth n'the average during the to a majority of.those who may In letter written in'JnlyiS4 J
concert'of.action among' .cotton planters, are hitherto made up, in general, by the. extent picture-lias been reversed-that an unprece same time in the seaports 01 the United States desire: to Jbe represented&.thai'this"meet, Jobs Gaylr'of<>Alabxfflai dd'FiBnMjre reit. .
all in t'bicb'e to feel but of their cultivation furihe,.diminished dented increase in the has this aslhe V
: questions seem priceof consumption Taking meuureof'charges' ing appoint delegates to the Same crated'hic-r conservative po&doeaM'exVV V
little concern ? These and many others, their crops.1 Thus it is seen that increased taken place -tbe surplns all l gone-prices expenses estimating our production for Ou motion of Judge'B&EVJIRD,the Report pressed himself foBovra t 1* ? ybavejnone V

connected with this subject might, as .your! supplies are greatly wanted, but their ex more upward-a" short crop is. 'made, and the next ten years at 2,500,000 bales,'ofr500Ibs. was received, and,the,.Resolutions r iakenlipseriatim "1 of*'- Coagresrionatt46 aincuts V

Committee believe, be investigated with great perience isthat, the lurest'means of stimulating capital'JS agaIn driven out, to be invited each and he'expense .may .be:.stated ,'and unanimously adopfed' ._ ... here,"they being tny 'at' my-fdnner miienceiaBuffkloii6r -
benefit; anJ such a labor "would! he peculiarly production in the United States, is to reduce back, by the same process after another ,thus, ; V --.c :General7uirncu>then offered the V follow- haVe-T.accessfeninypapers V V

Upproprrale to a CoUoii Planters'Convention. the' .price. Your Committee might long period of depression in prices. 1., O. ooOOO Ibs-at' '95-400. cts. per. ;ng' resolution( ;,%hicb .was, :'unanimously .' .' or.menioramla tp refresh' toy.;recoHectTon *
Having net for the considering Furnish many authorities to"&bo"tbat in These.your Committee believe, are theVnatural V V V -
purpose V V V
adopted : sbtae '
pound __ 36,875,000Add .!bat I thint at. time while|a Coagress -
the expediency of calling! on our cotton Great Britain: the great head of manufacturing .. results of irregular production, and storage:Tn'American sea-x V V ,, Rdvrxt.tbesthetaryot VV V V this'meet V I took occasiott to itteii substasce' V V
my
biethren to meet in convention industry the idea:that markets :not were it possible to obtain such"'concert of s V
|Jantuig us may '
ports averaging .3nionths.1 ng -rae copies of toe foregoing Report views on the subject of'slavery in the StebesWhetherthereinarks
it is that Committee be found bra!!the cotton goods she can action planters as would reduce. the V -
perhaps proper jour procure among r and
50 cts..per.bale. on,,,.*::; ask publication of tlie S4.me nDeBow's! were. reportedw :'not. ,
should pieKnt the r.as\Jns' ich induce the raw material to produce, has long ann alerop .one.half, the same. principles 000; *1,250.000' Re..ie.1h. '_A ri&tIt rat :'papers: of theSoutbandibepapersothe \am .aWe lo nay;Bat tbe .substance was
them to advocate such a' call. These will since been abandoned. Even the Govern. t'ouLtgover and the samepriiicipl would V V
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"an' 'bfttloae.witbwhieh
regarded
Drayageon o.izl ,250,000 tTai1: that slavery as evil, .
.require to some extent, ftTJ examination of ment is alarmed at the prospect of their industry govern :Lnd the same results fie 'obtained'ul- Mending"do. a 5V 125,000 -1 V:, bassee;- V *V. i ,V V .* the';NabonaKGaveranVent TMdnothingTo

tlte causes of par d.fficull'es; and the possibility ] being seriously checked, not lor the I timately.V .' .Brokerage, extra' labor c'demotion of UK HocsroV, it .was .thennnanfuuoustf V i do.:VThai by the-Constitatioa'ofUMS

of applying l a remeJy. In this examination want of cus-tomerS but for the want of cot If:; it be true, ;as your Committee have &, &; 4 15. VV 375,000 : V : *': :' *. .- ,United States theOtole power overt t,

the first question hlch presents it- ton. The most powerful efibrts have been supposed, (and'as a careful examination of Commission sales"a" V Resolved That i we form" ourselves"Into a V question.was-Rested ia"tbe reveal"Sfitles .4

fcclf for our consideration, is the question of made,and are still being'mad stimulate the production, .consumption and stock remaining -. 55dol.perbaleo212per !. COtton::4PJalite'':A..i i tio V:to., :caned where the Mutitntion was. toTetated If tbey: '. V

over production. the production 'of cotton in every country on hand 'twenty-five years past, cent. .'3;437,500 V the Central Association the'Cottoa Planters regard it as a.blessing; they.had at cawtfita-
The depressions In price to which we are where there,is hope of success. How Jar they think:will abundantly, show,) that our 5 '-" .. _. 437 VV SOC VV -of Florida. .f -. V: '* VV 'V '. '*s bow,idlr1. enjov i :and if theyregarded,."

forced co often to submit, are attributed they havi succeeded may be inferred_from I difficulties have not .been" .attributable V to : ,:., ,, .The following gentlemen .treu aaevilthey bad the power asd caev "V V
ascertain the fact that in five:. years preceding 1850, over produetionr but to irregular production '. were, ap- V
: generally, to over production. To V $42,312,500 lointedDelegates! -to;attend'i the f Planters* .best bowrtoapplj remedyf Ot IiJBOt.conceive .. VV
whether this has been the cause, aggregates the production India and Brazil declined then is it not important that we snonU apply Thus it is shown that exclusive-of kwventkm, to be held in the City of,llacon, i Ihat Congress. had, an j power" ,oret'- V
I must be looked to, and not the relative' pro- sixteen per cent and in the same time the .the remedy, if,there is" one Irregularpwducon in interior. the,'. charges (Georgia,)on !!odyeVfldaTh&;October 'I"i ;-or"was- in;'any,,watr responsible itet'ja*_ : ..' _
towns, paid.by .
of Surat and declined twen- be expenses ,
<2.etk>n and consumption of any single year. supplies Madras it conceded, cannot prevented V nxt V 'cootinaanceuitheaeeral&atawlMieitu-
it will be that but 'Committee' think'that the planter on a crop of,the:. size.supposed '
For the purpose of testing this matter, your ty.fourpercent., Thus ieel4 your organized V istedr I have entertained no othersentiinetti '.- V
'the efforts COD oTaction.will controlits ef- would be over.42,000,000 dollars or nearly John S Shepard' G/W.. Holland- V V '. -
Committee have gone back as far as the notwithstanding extraordinary I on this JMtject-ate examined it sn cienily .
year 1825, and find that up to the year 1850, made to stimulate production in every quarter Ie,!., Byway 'of" illustration suppose that seventeen dollars per,bale,and tbisZoosotar James E. Broome* ,. .JoUa J'.Ibxwell, .to ions an opiMoa and J,doobt;nc1Mt ):. ..V V

the production has not exceeded the con- the ,United States :is..the only" country the year 1851.yield 3,000,000 bales, a that as;the.larger .item is:concerned) 'on'in a Ben Cbalreiv'. W. H Burroughs; alf toy acts poblicand private; wiUbIOaIIV.V: V

umtion.. On this subject they present the that -continued tQ furnish increased sup- it definitely 'ascertained; that the capital range of ;.picesVVofand7inilla- V ,George AVhltfield, :G. A..Croome i in accordance iwitlnkftwt' Vtetie '.. .
roUo1. 'table in which is shown the average : ilirs. But the character of.our increase fur employed is only sufficient manufacture the American ports.: I' f 'George ftAleX Cr tie r :"' taTn'to"tiie'deTc1aitan ,r ;?. .
reduced i : of "
V How ISJtheseCZpenaSsVmay be T ,W. Brward- Richard H.Bradford TOW ;!'
annual production and average arrrural the last ht'ehtY.years murf give &nall consolation 2,5OOOOO"of these-now, in .the:'ordinary V < '-
I b y concentrating our business .in, our:'own Edward Houstoun,. :Edward Bradford,'. V I last annual message'm regard to-ithe. ..CoagTessional -,
tEe -of
consumption of the world, for each period lo those who apprehend difficulties course of trade, effects irregular production V V V
ports, and bringing theznannfacturer.WV our W.:0. Museley, :John Branch,' CytDpromise, based.::''poartbeprincrpJe6f5jonmte.rventioar
from short of Our would be shown
cotton. depression
of fire gear from 1825 to 1850. : a supply raw by great V V : VV V
own warehouses for his supplies, and dispensing R.: K.: Call : Charles Bannerman truMy
cent. increase has been regularly! and in But the planters refuse to V;. V V
PI'OJ etjoa. Conmnptioa.Aveisge : rapidly per diminishing, as is shown from the send pnce.the crop suppose forward to any greater extent with intermediate V.markets, and" inermeiltate ? W,,M. Maxwell,, R.:W. Williams,, V : opinioas wilT be.: frankly:exprtssed _

from & per& balu per ILD. following table, the date of whicli! we take than is actually sufficient to supply the demand agents, may be seen by reference ..F.Chairss..ltr. xftU, bjecb of Legislation; &AiIfrhich
J825 to 1830 1,231,000 Jt87.ooD to the following table :., T. K..Leonard, Green,Chaires- : 'Ido't ajitlcipatevaoy.actsboaldpass
(rom Hum's Merchants' Magazine, a work for consumption and ,retain under
1830 to 1835 1-.50.000 1,5-10,000 1 of high commercial character: heir. own sheds the other 500,000 ,bales. Total charges now paid"on I- ;.EljatiJobnsOTn. .Henry:B. Ware., the 1WO'hOU5O1VCOngresbJchshOuld
1835 to J8tO I,9J9ooO 1.943,000 Such would them fair 25OoooOOOlbs. $4 W 12,500 N..12 Tflornpson .. .' '. Thompson, :, appear Id BVft. TtlHrOfVStltntJOnfltim" fff ttencrpachment
1840to1845 2561.000 2,4t-t,000 Total Per an'm.IncrMprcet.in20 for the a amount course sold and secure control tie natural prices .. Deduct for necessary charges.as follows. : James L. flarV V Thoraas Laversage,: ? npoft F. thejosfpoweri of,'ctfhet

. U-I5 to 1850 791,000 2,869,000 u" yrs 6 177 or 885-100 effects of irregular production for that I for charges inV Southern : George; T.Ward, ;Jt Chaire*;, departments,orjeitKmniutont'iastSy adopt' .

-- J5 191 or 66-100 Then the 1852 furnishes year.only i seaports as. perV: V V Jesse EverettJohn Cason,. ed and like!! to.product .'consetpin tei* V
I' II V
9.952,000 9,953.000 10 58 cr 95-100 suppose ;year table above 5,437,500 V Kenneth B Ui nctff and'iinore> should not Araii
bales the effect of this V brrV: m Lester,. nt, J
II 2,000,000 ; ordinary I
These results multiplied by five, will show, 5U 15or3 as has beea shown, would be to drive capi- Freight from Southern _. ,: Itchard WhiUker, E.o.J.LGamett- ro.1I1Ilfi.f' f, tu ?& :
that the whole production in twenty five Thus it is .seen that the per cent. increase al out of the manufacturing business, and ports to manufactur. 'R.H.'Uall.RidaI Van 'Brunt. V my-reasons for your former'eonsidenUioQ.

years has been 49,760,000 bales, and that in American cotton has been rapidly declining Jay the foundation for subsequentlow prices. I er's receiving ports, The'Officers of'the Meeting were, on mo- IVVbeieTeTthliZLth, V

the consumption in the same time has bee. until we. are now down to three. percent This would be controlled, by adding the on 1,250,000.000 Ibs.. ion, added to the number of Delegates above compromise r measnres.to have been reqolrtdby
.
49,765,000 bales or an excess over the production per annum. Not so, however withAmerican' 500,000 bales retained lotn.tbe. crop of 18- a 3-4, V V .P,37500OMarine esignateJ., .the cireumatances and':'eoo4itlOlt..of-

i of 5,000 bales or 200 tales' per an- n&ulJlption-that is iucre sed, 51 supplying! the manu(ac.turer's demand I. insurance' on'do.* V V A committee of three consisting V' Ed-V country.. I.believe they were'necenary to V

num. How much greater consumption i in the same;time, more than, nine'per: cen securing good prices for both crops, and. 'at $60 per 'bale ,a I' > __ '. tard H 5t uii..1 James E.Broome and Theu- allay}:asperities that.were rapidly ''alienating

*roaid! have been had the raw material been turn per annum. The per centum increased preY ngilhe'. derangement which would per cent V IJ5GOQOO'Small ? dore Brevard; were then appointed'to pre- one section of the. country.from another, and V
increased Coron produrt jn the world for the last incidental charV V d S fraternal entlmrnls which
furnished in quantity, yonr lave resulted from withdrawal of manufacturing V V par sCousti1utionaOd By-Laws, for V the. -
ittee will not conjecture. Enough is t jive yciisy is flown to'4ft average,of 1.80-j jJ f capital. ,Thus the principle might I I .ges, a 40 cIa per bale.. ,0 9..900' ,17,312,500. V overnment'of; "said Association, fi> be report V were* .the strongest V. ,supporters. .of A*, C&nt-*

1 shown"by-fbe fi. .s to establish an important 100 pet annum-; while the,percent !increasein '. .. ruo thrron..h .....-' ; ; ana' V --' t- to their next:meeting,' ; 1 tlOJU. : .. VV. *. .,"" ,_ > VV
.. otyear! J
int that the of has been 3 I -' 'r. .--.ttyer V-I $25,000,000 V ; :Tbseriesofintas res V
: extent consumption up to consumption 80-100 per annum VV On:motion, the meeting adjourned neet .
( .this time, has-been controlled by the extent ; and leaving out England-Fr; and : admitting that: every!there p'w is aggregate uld. bring, a overproduction fair. -V LeavJnga balance of $25,000,000hiCb! : again, on next Saturday, at 10. 'eJ ct.ROBERT.BUTLEB to"which'I have iJh ded are regarded by4meas"a V -
r o{ production, and -t tfiast, therefore, look the United States, increase in the balance I sufficient .f.these estimates correct, mast constitute' V V "FiC1&Z1_ settlement in pTkaDdV1thc* a
'Io other,causes for The ruinous depressions of the world has been 46 per cenL, or"more price, because offered. only quantities an unnecessary charge on the cotton planter t '. "- final SEXTLCMCST 4)f the dangerous and exciting

3n price, to whch'rr&baye. &6'often submit- than nine per cent. per annum.. This slate ofthings j to supply the 'c maad.f Such a: system and might be saved Ay transacting our business Join PAEXBULTO. < V subjects"which they embrace.' '.,
as .this..wouldprotect.usgawst theconsequences'of I Y _Prezidei... ; !.. .f Fortlu' I recornmeiidyour
cannot continue the rate :ofpiOduc-, with the manufacturer at our own ware- ., ... V V rewm
but it ,0-. VV
irregular! production, W..UoLLAwDS V
The second point 'requiring investigation, two,must be.increasej, or the rate ofconsumption individual h itses. That the organization otsuili an ; o3 erttna tornc adjustment Di established

':the 'capacity cube world for overprodncti6n. diminished -the equilibruim will be can ction.Tbe never be.:earned into nO' effect of by procuring association as your Committee have suggested ..' V 3.F.- :. _,.:&xrtlary. by those'measures, until time and aperientSHAH.DEMoxsraiTii : V .
o. *. are means would effect such revolution in the cot- THE necessity offurtter
To this, Your Committee- concede (found. I a V V
there cannot be a; definite.answer given ; 'These calculations eriowylhat- f the area for the necessary! concert'to obstacles..say. nothing. of other toil trade, they:think ,may'.be Iho n.So, -V Gen. "Wo'l. Legislation to, gwurtT againA:rTAJwitorabase. .' .

I !they incline! however, strongly the. opinion the consumption''of cotton.goods is 'enlargng -1 If insuperable we-would do any thing V V certainly! :.andeffectively long as the.cotton remains tin. their! ware- '. :Gen.Wool 1r to be making.very considerable .*. V V V -*. V V ? ..,.

that, at fair prices and with! proper organization -thai the vast and yet nnsnpplied) p -i ,we."must" OrganlZe'.a Cotton houses would be-under guarantee. that J1 s4way3itbedemUcrat'ccorumn.: Is it just to call the author of.these sntments >

orj the part of.the American cot- !ationof the.earth 'are;rapidly.:maturing. acompetition Planters As,. ociation. This should be char should bring a certain and..fain price;jthe. A.warm.Union'letter.wasTreadfrom:.him'at, ,'tite perfonner of such;actions,an' abolitionist

ton planters the capacity.for over production ; ,,which, without greatly .augmented -,: tered by.the States of:South Carolina, Georgia benefit of.this would be.lost as soon,.,as. it I the"recent celebration the national!,anniversarr !. :A President who JIM signed tbe
does was removed. Under, such'circumstances:: i m New Tort..by,tie "Society of Slave Law the mosmrinMnt
not and never can exit: supplies of the raw material, will.at Alabama Louisiana and Florida, with Fugitive ;
Tbe distant felt who would ship it 3' ,Would the planter:.or 'ammany.". At the'celebration'. In. Troy, -enactedfor tbe ; OfT So them
the
extraordinary increase in the production no cay, be seriously by manufacturers of at,4east: 120,000,000 to-be i increased V sure :rtcwvery ;
a capital .
of the world in the five years from;18- and customers.of England, France in amount; as tbe wants of the business speculator remove a bale! ,what wouMpbe the V following was given: V property since the foundation.of: 4he Government .

.40 to-1845,-averaging 642UXX bale per an. and theUnitedtatej.;' .The, commerce .of might require.' 'The'Association shoulder the,inducement.1 Such xemoval would",not "Major Gen.-WobirThe.: ,Iast, war'estab I ;and who informs Congrtsathcl

nun caused a t'e Gar increase in the stock every civilized nation isop: '\.new.markets "'or purchase'':extensive warehouses in only rfeit the guarantee, but render}it certain isbes; his heroismr;,.the' hattletf, : Buena i regards.the Compromise. ass final settles _

draw materialleft on' band in I -Europe" and enlarging old ones'for'our, benefit' Charleston. SavannahMobile,1 .New Orleans that the cotton must Teach the manufacturer Vista is the eternal glory:of Ms'name' Well !abolitionist J You:,might',as Jewell.. PJ. .

[ the close'of each 'year, untilon" the 31st of To what extent new,markets already found ,-. !cbiola'.and Si, Mar ',and< establish whban accumulation Q-of-unnecessary may Trojans say;and the Unlon reecho the I nonnce the framCrsoftbeAmexi Consti- VintiselIabolilionis1s
have been'- with'their charges which the net price would be.re sentiment-'W eH! donepjod. and fallhfalservant. t : : ; i: VV :- V
( December; 1845, it bad reached 1,221,000 supplied, compared, ':at' ch.of.th these points regular .> : -
| 'bales, estimated'as:"sufficient for twentysixgreeks'consumption. wants, 6Y hovr many ptheis :are yet ; (beopenedand commission' business, with a"TiewJ' to tbe duced. Withjstrong inducements of, therefore toss .* \ : -VV:+: VV *. .- ">' ;'/-" A."GIe.atkLI11a-1f1 V V ...r.Psj"11eiilaid ,_ V
The average increased ,supplied, your Committee! have and sale! "of the of the laths remaining, and a certainty .onUs : \ iCaJoa- .
: entire PM I '
storage crop, bale would ex 'wit.w .1'C Innr is 1ndJviafuaJt.. ; "D..B" ;
removal a goVcept
production in .the United States for the next no means of ascertaining, but an. inference United-States.. ,.scarcely ts istetfbtW i 2ddg12ttiIength'is77G
; to the manufacturer's ord r.: Effect sucha twill recollected, was held tto baU about. .
of drawn from"the fact that the
the
)urycar4embracing crops ,1845and maybe largestfive
For'& .' .of ari.nito themselves hdwitkthe1arCenY ot sevtral ftitrr.N. Jatan&fIl': fioU: : m1 1. !.
1848) was 117,000t.ale, years',avc@ge'production the worldhas purpose .se revolution and .verpoo1w9ulao longer a'-yeaf agor; V
,-and> ,yet on tbe 31st of.December; pera.nnumi, 1849 the yet Jurnished.iL2,791,000 bales l per"annum; ; the whole .cotton" commission business! they. be the great cotton"market of. .world.ff and ,slaves the property:of44onAlexandcr. I Engtsb'i1es1brthT," -:
should' h -minimum' price, which, prices for',us-our' own, Southern HE Stephens'and:thelHori. RobertToombs, varies from:'23 3Qt 9lesIbe1sd} ., '
govern V
France,
and the
;.slock 'on ,Jiand :in, ,Europe: wasreducedV.rto. That of these,- Englattd; abort 1 .
.646.000 bales, estimaedae sufficient'for United. tales require lor:their consumption, for the'purposes (this. .argumentfwe will ports-would become the mannfacterer's mar- and transporting themFailing.t appear for I distance.one _can"get.from the, re*n*
only thirteen, weeks consumption; !, 'The from 2,000,000to 2,20u,000balesleaving not fix at 10 to J2 1.2 eenM according.to quat y t --our own'merchants would.be their purchasing trial daring,the December term.cf the criminal i 43:(miles. A\mt! t\o4hl ,.t1. 'Idm& V

-v crope, 1849'ao4 1850: ;'not':'equalling the more than one foUl th of the"annual; product to and location'and averaging say.11 cents per agents-we..should! learn:.to d J:our i ,court," his recoga'rzancB was" forfe-ted;and are'from iBO to 80..1we"b.i. iiict V

jr. -average consnmplibn of the .last five years, supply:u.i$ ..balance ."of ibe 'world'with';a po nd.j 'This.should! :-guaranteed, ,ttoal| own business;'keep; our.mean*at home, and I welearn thatVsuit.VnOw. pending agaiostlis measures" :'-'on its'surfic'.The'eamouRtaiiKjns m .:., -.
it be asserted that population !. thes'asJargi'uthirpwnk iheir regular customers, aal to air parties tb.vy.nd4.bring tbe'tommerce of alluationoOnr V sureties (Messrs,!:AVilliam Blanchard IX fish square aflciC : .
ihe'consump- jrobably
may eafely ; of .all ,and recoverithe aDd some.; : J. 4LVBoJt 5elby jParker) lof
'ttionos' now being!limtled.ancTcurtailed: 'by 'Under' cbciicnmstancei., ; Hmay holding cotton--ptUchaied Athena'so long ports lhe'gold and"produce/of. ; to1 above tbeTevelJofke'seaT
r ;. tbe said cotton''remained' in\theif ware. would ha toourVcitiead.o exchange amount ($6,000) "pecifledn.hebon&. { 8,00a feet
."; short:supply. jof-Jhe .raw :t err 1. To feasohablytfaeT supposed; that with;Zfair as brought I ., ''Thrvalleys iutfie eastern, d *ert-
-tsostain this yewo1tbe'casew&ujakiaiI : 'markets be for honsesiThelivorld should have notice that, for our COU o. We should become tne great '
wUl Qgqd
average prices, : &Aiiiidir Si.aj4'iTfoIlOwIngfTom1Vthe. anr.fcttfful. -:
< : BarnsB i'P.i n ISJ< a ; > meAt are:WceedingFyytetnjres .
Itract.frooj a :document.,read, .m I850 by all the .cotton,which we now.hu.vej or ever .whenever4tbecotton pSeanglwas;..nowan- !importing well Mpoflipetho11Otthecountry and Union Is ., Cuba was 4w>*e Sy.CoteABt oatne'27lh : VVV V
ou of.the Secretaries of the Board-of Trade,, will tave, the ability! to proddce *- :**" ted. byVotbcrslV:at orabove the,minimum.I fi ed, .-. Business.would invueeamtal, aiiggeszfveot a long traln'bf reflections:'by of Octoberr"I4J2-tBJ Havana j -

before the British :Association at Edinhnrg..KJreal paving'DOW shown ,th t tbere' has ',been it would'%e-wanted by;:4hevAssociationthaVjvh'en'oncr pppulation'onr propertT wouM>Tw: greasy' means com piment 2tOthe.jbIantbro.! founded.-rThe eultivatlott"! bl the'sefar -

Britain, ow,,lgt'and.foV 'many jearj no over, .pnxluction, in"the"aggregate, and puFchased" if would'neverbe enhaticedln'valne=we should-te wbtle!indSpein'all no ofjustice'of: Great"Britaini lo'..vierf_ of. Cane-wU introduced;ab6ot 56fl fa d.Waves'. .
baa been.dependent; not rntall ',he: that there is no's ri bJfjmbabltit1 that re-sold,until take"n cost,aJdingstorage, dent of all sections and-eottntries; ; .oK about after;
upon be 1 heettargtiments un' bem to be imported fourteen
there insurance.!interest onthe: investment,,with a .would be made tributiryto us.conclusion. %, 'Simple ,- .
lecitizens Committee mil ,1.
good; will of of the UnlteaJStatw,, ever-will. beTyoor at* y :'and gJan l Win "jbe"powerlnsas When. firstdiscoTerea: .e1 Waad-fcad*
'to'sell their'.produce:to:Ills,but trY much. leapt,to.show; the,efieetsW*ireuIarro.du ., commission for.purchasing,'and.' .bef.Jo your Committee wi1l1h iwcessarv necessaryj the incnicator'ol.'inoraliMM' Benevplence l.Jdialufatioa _tlfL 1'ba Vgteuttrart
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..upon the Influence'of,i asons,,for the-meanf uos on, '.prices'and H ,mptioa. Here, feningnII ,acehmalation of charges.V capital'.be raised t 'Whyiiojt .tEighldoI-" un\iJ.tf.e, .,' '. r.tT b'e y Je'a1-ibaU t.Wdiader'eVbIrd.V .'
ol setting'workibat large proportion'of lit i your Cqmawttee 1 belleve*'inay;be: fouod'the would indoce manufacturers take their .lars.per. bale on-,.the'pjoioaition:,,of-+t nj$9yc haveheea wiz .. ( Ji r.m- tf"J". 't 8binl "j tb. .MMJ -'.'
Xhlcb'.depends'upon'lbe'eotUnjnannfaciurBf source.t f nearly all,the fluuionohiclI soppliesj before the companyv o J4..bejTe' r.woald te sofacientiwnUetnej.tove.at. 4' r--V ivai ": :! : 'rnk: .*, V

( popnlatjon (>f";tbefeeding'of themselvei.and I this great"interest bisbeen".1IbjeetedI'-To .qa.1O, Juij;,,o.tr i!i d eJi. tempted to ..,that tendolbirsper pale<, 'per ( The census" ot population aft iiliaajustbeecbmpr1 > 1CWVbUeeca5Vrei aia.l?? la3*1755.tItir* ct.. ..
that they,would ever.bepnrchiisers,iq; wood[ ; aad"the.tct4rlibiti 'ex h ,
< their f&mliesTI To tbe present rondiuofl l illustrate't r eficts'tA.Jfregnlar;productionithree any annum tbejpt D = = '"J 'Hivaiii lt'
large' extent. 7 Under' sdcb:.:'ya1tbe: there! tejso o"&, : most_ awfultkm J itltBjtbi8.eminera, q t ... '- .- _
[ pf our.,cotton I trade an j-f serious JalUng.ofiia l simple'sqpposUroos WIIl.bi08edremarkW plauter.would iwterowd-'tne:'market with can .' "IId.b-r.. $. -e, jf. 'it"a>w rsihihanlworaUlion _. -i''I'.nuun tiMI"4 e"1nQr :: ":1I1..".. :. ..W ..
Cr'iflthC that exuemefcas tbe "
*. amount'oftthe 'cotton' 'the'meadl{ I a' single rjzsediOeitabIisb! a' principle V cotton, as.is CW tae f!case,andjspeeulatora'.: filty mfflfoa-Collars, :jesr>wpuded r...?k"- of:tho.tri. (popt>, reiIb 1ia'.t. ,1IiMI'..oGe'I&T it. .-.2.- .
fo : C .
.IILP.1. e.TbiseswtIdbe ie al tieaJ'
,jof uwunug"D .and'Lanrksbire -' wbereJio.practice severalinay required.1: at the.minimnin' ,prieerwonldpnr1" jre1yand '! :.to hecoUo '\pant_ 1 't'fWl ftII-.t jVV
;OUt.-.nCl.arre uiiDCth. p..t.
faUen.'victin to
bad ram
sjunners$ ..fwe v n/ttch' fall-! SuppoM.that.Ibe.aqp.pI 185}1 .bc4d.1C 3t- vc I4U4 ,1COQlWe. '. i.. ,."!,, ., -III'ton ".w.vw.of20.Do.OtOQO'.cIoI foreign.df.the*pestilenoe et hue' jrhick":JoBpws fhefoptstept ri.f C"r 10 ... :
; bales that maunfacture .these .Another:(|n4qcement for ttcb an 4_icient-.lOj uythe.euu Q! me/or : HtIr1'E't. .. '
;iDS* *, In u !iear;Jib1J'tci4e .W i 000,000 ; >f jjrgajuza.tion :" faema"ft t1hi or'1Hbf ,
rejelt 1a 000,000,000. .d !lifutaInndbe1n-: may b foun4|-.its capacity foitncres. Ytft at II.tDQCll: ;! UIIU. .
; h oettc* twice within;:e t v tb population!;: ,#loj1tts1but4b. : ... 9.
..jew years/rt this'timesnflerlng i( vested*d 1 itKNWJCKJopeiafivef "' the eoncamptamrorid :the rawtoaterialand I\ 'at.. 't'iw.t.111i. ." H QtfM tzhl83l-. V"V" V V V *rk&.i. .
I tl5t19.t
;' suppwWe capital ian6pri8ves farai&ed, jtt ibe4The {11e '.1 vf II Nre .. ..,. ;.. i-. :'
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yidj-anbthefadverse'seaabn ,_ .
; t t 't .J..u __' :reJ ?"l preaeat?powoald i" : ." -
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j&ijcTm $ ofths apr.adIg.rrecUon. of a !
Ttserms almost.ctrtatnjhatn serjous rev >r* js..?>-: ** --, -*.- J Propds CoBvallusion"
Wtionure 'Cuba come tkroogti,toe i& thanneJeyandt
fI aadin. ( t-- -- -! A-' *>' -1r Ma EDIo* I s ltit
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;. reach,.teniwoea tWfresent : t2okofcuwbick IIISEUL pta i4flbilr&tYD are too parlviaciknttopr&udehe: proposed
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lieTcodictorcbaracter, # -' t ,' $' 5- 'r e- '- -5 5. tp a_ PisntersConyj '
zr acres shows at 1asttha..periona'cotJIsIonsLha1e: cram the toast Ai\fa&\ through"Puer- -Thursday, AngB t 14tb, 1851.Court. % you'omittetJ to'ihfortn'cs where'er'iij V-'
; between the ."Paot&'nq&te to nndpewhh'flie' course! fron>' about in tTiat Tsland, coon Id retifc iuIt arcbangeoUftbat
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"Uro. reillipn :are ioder CBUijritJoOtl&boulftrte place North-East Soulh-Wesi i; is nbw under the was proposed loednddbpTint sqe JCpweftgfcoVl
\ millions being :itt natural rakurageV GoverniriefitilroopSirand .senorea, cpiitrotar the'Patribti, arid the tjonor of theCIeW' 5' UIL S.DIstrict .: .? is feppYlheprop tfb W rj 1jjr
rtificiaP to 4lou.the! succtss eUri by the fpThejeyiderit ; < Cubit should resam ;as it f, Ith a
five .huftdred: thouwndvln Mtu- -, This Court, specially held Jo adjudicate. Dftf
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14 .. rage 'foorte.cn oullidna, wbc ftand, .and:;(be : to Agujne thehoea&ii,tbeuboriteaat4fla.yana ,'as iErj.. Spanish' troops.i remain; it :the two ..pointsnanfed the cases of"Flbji'di fnteresVciam fare polation eewble ol the burden wc1i ;eenfcpnnt'es.by"pajitVrs'l! 'Sc1ii
.t : ;*ndajjf ini1hon iarren represent ,' bntt1ie' *i prjs1zn3rbe GotenoGeei4Limitk : ih neceitiea.of royalty pesOnthemntbe
P.;: Rd:1atbe: :;; Western department about fling ebullition .of 'disloyalty which ;was'Fpeedilycrushid'aoeI ed"pver prVMbnday'lasfij th'argiimentbeihcIo5d iwl theip the i __
t : 4otktb "land is barre ,-one.fouhhin not comport with the vana, between i;;;v:; Call, Eq ;Ior'tbe US. nurvidlance e.zer o'er of the State, cannot well fail JtoEe pn&ctir*'

fr : Trboffaija\-ata) tb 'Remaining two?fourths fact that reinforcements havebeent' sent ;toNeuvitas from, ., Sfiefiaajpofo; Washington or eodiohs restrictibns Jo WhiCh they are subject" ${ ,much'good,'both toJhli( td'tta&Iii"lw'State
r. i |
r *rp. .equally de>ote4;. ta US tio >aii and Puerto .iprinctpe, which" were thence by an eijtfesi!traift;th *am, nighty L principal counieUlw .lb< ciaioiants.; 'We ,'and above nil) the) tenyinfluerice whleb'lnej'tt'r at large, Zui, Mrdevgy
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already well garrisoned. The advices which I
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i ;
1 *sfure. IM ;tbeCCtU44epaIflttaboat and the ezanuple p
b $Ti' one-4ird U .tiarren -land and only !one- we publish."this wornngr! ;f rom The; former three days. ttolg\tw ;paracoa- and Sf:Jagode learnjbat Ihe argument.oiCoLCall was laws- exercise yeriheuWe to tb&bofe s tetn o1 1 hifpolitic'we

thjrtyevenl4 |>aft 'IsT under ciiltivation, dace, drftibtlless'exaggerated te! in. 'particti- Cuba have proiibu'nceij siriCe.my'Jast,:an& marked.with much ability;and noI, less that own, need a-mores dIffusive simut'

abo l tar -eleventh, .part pasture-and lava, but the main fact is entitled-to credit.' 6f, ; SJtiermaif,who, occupied'.the: itten- they.hpt: frestiye.undetsucb;XTfgfntf, thfywonU than a smpe! Pankre' Co_ venJifl'iiedeomething'ihat
I fRWt 'lbree-fifths"are woodland. :In The Cubans have'this time shown considerable lancers,.that vas taUoiied thereJ-.under be.fbrmed .of different material from rf *
;. : don of, the Court.foVr,. days in labored .-effort will'arouse
. %beTndipatttfle11tab6UtatweIfth Jsualer foresight in their choiceof's locality the command Ljentenaht Colorifemkrti.nj' ihe-common ingredienU( pf vbunian'njatnre,
for the initiative; ; Revolution to establish the yalidt'of. the/claims.The energies oif member:of tte tot'it
The
L ,cultivation, ,ivbout.one-flfih pasture; tepsx : haVe;joined in 4he inoyethCnlthbolonctakieg ( [ 'is lit class;ofoqf every body
ratural, a
two-thirds in "woodjand,>nd. only! one-sixth., town ol Puerto principe,.wfekfe "M the capVUl'oT the! lead." Four ijompanies'bfJCapta- Court will again sit in the coarse 6f,the Equally .that ,, la/ge Is but>>too %evident! that..tht ttf aers

, barreh. the-Central Department" ofJ2ubt: is bria-Regiment, in the .Eastern'district- have present week to pronounce ah'opinion, which "iUizens 'are/fbund .readyr'to cpK>peratewUbUi exerting! .its' baneful, blighting 'inflneqce '
,
1! n opposing the ;island ,to be ;divided, into eitaated in:tbe interior' tojheVaat pf joined. .the Patf io.ts"and half of ihe. Regiment it is'tbe impressioh Will be 'decidedly faVorableta ;MdaVast majpril/to sympathisein through alljbe eins of, eocuiyJdy: ;
3 .72 parts!: ; 13 would riprentthesze of..thewestera the center of the ilani'arid 459 ailes.fmmtkvna. of aragoss.iy'.and'jhake' : .ach.wwiRtTW thelr enterprise. ..Itwere
," is IS the caimaBts'K! Thl : weare,_ happy Iass: of citizens and ia
It thrrty-six mtles from Nen vita every departnient;.f
31 the central
: department, depart 54iinezcks&is thattbeyftgljbrave as bail fb.be incredulous "as?to the repprted -
ment, and-23 thehich is its seaport, and hrough which the best- Uitarj dispositions,!' to learn, and hope_ U will oe early followed cdndirtenH of iOdusirjaour State.. ;Pr
'kttd, one-hilf is in the! western department, all its foreigrrtrade passesJ, .The, townis and .that they'are safe from all l the ubldieryofthe. by the liquldalSoh of,the debt due; ? apeopleliki.those ndicate a necessity for ; pound"stimiK.
,t I. "one-sixth in the :central, and two-sixth's in situated between'two :'tjvnletsj which unite Queen oa .ihe; Island;' They have -- - Cuba ;and "to b entehajrf VX h that their ant.I' will, therefore-sugje'stV a*"in addUtiou

the eastern department The piflcipi1*gr and form" the SauIPeroRiverj.The; conn- been- offered iy,the General, before1 he' left rnrict ftoniCnbal grievances may 'be perpetuated'tacoun. :
cultural .productions'.are, the..sugar.'cane, trill! neighborhood .form riy fprbdncedknmthse hi? "Heaiquaiters! at Puerto Prinipc.uri- A'vesserarrrvedi, ier bii 'Mpriday Jas' tenance disregard bf'ouf freaiy bbligatTbirs, jo the Planters1 Convention, th 4nal of.

i2 epfletyinolasses; honey," ram,"tobacco.>waxr quantities cattle and .supplied&e conditional amnetty i!they'wouldrtturni to direct from jCardenas,..having cleared on the connsei) 'of laws. There- an Tndiutr far Contenttott) 'in 'which every;
'EwI. rice;cocoa and cotton are also produced,vjtheaaay arketsOf.( Havana.>: The soil; (s /exceedingly theiitidm ran4ad4beyIiare.respond rlay dcjwn "theif arms,1-? ? and a contempt our department of-Industry may W',reprinted.
"-''"* ric 'and'productive.bnt mqch.jt &( *"From passenger, resident at the lat- foreiwbile"iwe wish to see the latter respect
(.LL I other minor articles. r, d thkVffieJf'have ; To render median'c
''v7U In4t4l, men.theonmbtr of sngftjKestatesbnth it lies waste and nnculti vale J.- .The mou ntainranjfe taken arms not tobe.laid duwnlffit-'tn freedooi Jefplacfr/we.rearn at'anairsWere -perfectly ed and iheformer.fulfilled.'we! cArinoV 110w agriculture profitable, the -

Ktt ; i4Jand inoaotedto 1,238, upon which of.Cube flanks'the city on either: <5r the Jcravc, with:the'usuaTlbousand ulet ithe ie'cJf; Tjis leaving.' The that'we are justified m.elie. ving.that Cuba arts must' progress: witht tt//TbeCibble 5
the but hand. Theeastern"chain; namIo. the'point thanks for, li d/iVw'br! agricultural system mutt, remairl".enfeebled
;-.were employed, accocdtngto census; jiq ; e eMltyiao; j principal intelligence p1 the d monstratfbn at
; herself hu started ihe ball rof revolution
138,701 persons, giving- aa average 6f 112 of.fte Island at Gape Maysi-isRavag* The uhnease force Vthat has-itmays been just so long as-we arejinder theiaecissity pC;
:4 hands to each tslaie,thezmrfztiIdgit; and broken, some,oC itepeaks rising to the represenlet)4beihupo the Island hieaJTycouDted' ,Pnertp..Principe' in,ppssftssion' of the Cardenas withhold/our rarm sympathy with the a. sending abroad for
our imptecB&Uot bus
from all'the ports f the island 4mcraoled toaboul height of 8,000 (eetT; These avnmtam" Valleys Sovr.'and pesipof Apfcaaj t&estateroeni people, was.deiive4 frm"American' papers, triotsJn wbat"must resolve itself 'intp.a *

fVh ; 50,000; ,boxes; according:to the:customhpuse and defiles will afford ample shelter to if youorrespOnde1atw4sthC chifefly .the N w Orleans! Picayune' Some struggle between Republicanism and ..colonial ba' dry; and,have .to export the pttQuctioasof ,

!Q' return*, which would allow, upon TSvolutionTsts, Vrto nay also draw their first 'even Ventured in contradiction, and oflicial accounts ;"were 'publisfied, which, of vassaiagCr! :'No man. can" look upOn pur soil :to other State* before we can,
anaveraged. boxes to tach estate, or 6 supplies froan the"rich agricultural region[ad.I they, are verified, as' bavin j been perfectly course described the'outbreak'as email 'af ; [lavs them manufacfureJ. or even ind* par*
4 3i' boxes to'eacb hand; however, "making allowance 1. I joiningf: f '* .; .: "'- correct. The city /Havana, that- is always a Cuba-her ladastry andresorafftes Vastly chaser to.take tffeni off qur bands at'a fur
for the sugar t entered tit the ctts .In additton to this advantage their distance supposed to have fiom BO&o 8,000 fair and.as suppressed. There were about t/ibatary,to the mother couatry,,.sill,4euie1 '

rti; torn-house,'as the article ti a paid. an*x- from the seat of Government ia also-in their men ia and wtthin the surrounding fortificalionshas three hundred tea< stationed'at "Cardenas. a, repVeseniatipn in its cbaiicils-with a price.' With this Industrial.CpoVentioa.,I

41 port! duty of ft .per lK>xand also taking into favor., It is said that therevorutionieta have to-day .left; after tlus drafts Our informant-who expresses a'sympathy trainaiekd and. ceosored -wilh would recprnmend to connect a JVnr'forth*'
: consideration that which --was consumed received re-inforcements fromBayamoand made .upon it, about fifteen hundred men, with the of the native Cubaiwij pfess yipla- exhibition of specimens'of' all the Truit* of,
cause gives
r'1: in the:.island, the. produce--each estate, Villa Clara; two of the. most important; and we shall compelled to part with some ilityof private"seals! -with a q Bartered soldiery industry, whether 'gathered' fiomrva.c6ttoap
1 upon an'average, might be about 900 boxes land towns/ If.this be correct, the insurrectionary hundreds of thesei .Tbe :.gameCji jfast approaching the opinion that there are-thirty thousand "eating oat the 8 betazace"oI the,pea.

or 8 to each band; nor does this amount appear district is near three hundred miles the west and by ihe.tfme the troops drsiribut throughput the island, pie, and .a'slAvidiystem olf jiasfcporta asprere field, a car shop, or a kitchen' cupboard, ..If

loo great to allow, when the best lands in extent, comprising the very heart of ..theWand. few troops are occupied or worn out at the twenty thousand! :of. whom are? Catalans! utsiie to tie inler ommnnsbtiofociiyOntnurturcdnnder we cannot:get the, whole Sute w unite ia

I afford upwards of 6,006 pounds of dry sugar The prospect.o the movement is eastward: that have been dispatched in that who,manifest the desperate, determination common sulfa Convention, let EaviTonefor East,
t'L' to the acre., Jn Louisiana, "where) the bests therefore encouraging ipthe.. revolutionary direction, the cause will be knocking at our the free and and South'Florida and let .
: i: ; produce about 3,000; ROUnds to the party j-the exiled! Cubans in :>this Gty tare gates'' SS in ifavbr of the Spanish government, happy iufluences if' our own ,Institutions,' *- us" have""Xf it*""in

.dt mcrft"ll; : average produce of each han i certain of:snecess. i The GcVerament; how. Gen. Corutha will return from itis quintato and would resist invasion revolution to can contemplate a people thus situated with youtoA.. Atopk3l appltcation of-a-san; *
ever, has a terrible eapoft In.reserve, 1* the' in fear uitJs !.esteemed -. alive remedy hot unfrequsatty'producu
.4 is .bot Ounds.ii ; city a day, up the last extremity Some of them make anything 'else' than' dissatisfaction with a;
BwidesUwcaltira&n of the sugar;cane, this caseand would cbH&sitate use.It. safe'forhim to remain so far/from the avowals to this effect and that or more salutary effect than if it it'were applied
'
3 krgein.ntitke' 'bl: coffee- ;.are. produced. A single decree will then liberate .the' five w Us." The'summer reSidence of'the ;Cap- open nay any idea that such a state of things.can be totiie Jr
hundred thousand slaves of Cuba and turn thoogli they were revolutionists in Spain wholebody.Look at 'tfe'lapU
4 However,' this article";* hot $ ex nsivejxultivatedsw lain'Geneial fs irctltindIbex walls of perpetuated. America sympathised with
, ;4t-vras sowe ICQ years "sine. them" again*? the whites,' re-enacting in. a Fort Principe, which istthe most formidable fdr a constitutional go'vefnthent, until it was Poland, with Canada, with Hungary, with advances,which our sister State of Georgia

:F when upwaris rot fty :miUioos: pounds move horrid form the Jayiiah! trigedy.Tbispreserftsiiaelfto'us of the exterior defences pTHavaaa, and. it conceileJ, in Cuba they J are SpaniardtT Ireland; and when her true Jmpulses have ba* maJe, of late jean, up the,steep where

tI cvergbt\ras exported Trom/diBerenl forts of as the nnal: issue, but has been:"recently' prdte ered at tflight by The enfire.Creole population are yearning Fame's proud Temple ihins afar.\Vbat
.
we'will tor termlnatroft play, they.will respond the onore warmly
fortunate
the island. Last yearjthethust favorable hope a more large patrol detatclirnents'rfronijkit, bas '
accelerated
and of the Andalusian! and berpace tso, wondeTr. irate
Of the struggle. JV. T. Tribute. olf sudden for change, many toward Cuba., 'The who 'embark lot
t4.Ic. during the last, few years) showed but an :Z '1 case a movemenf some men '
What bierConventions
? but Aer Fairs and
; 1k: export of Uiirty five million pounds bfco&e. unanticipatecrru ,8 canturef siigffbe Made, ?Gallician. troops,_ sympathise. lit, the revolutionary ben shores: arenot, her'truest friends The
1 ; Brazil few been able to lurnteh Ibia pfoduttAt ck XT&UeNCE that would be mortifying to alt who admire cause. The opinion is also eipresredby American heart is reaJy to Seal '*Ith one -ber annnal! gathering tojRlrtr.of

1it a low rate, and.consequently- of Brazil :; ... the splendid qualities of Conch .. bur informapt that no force short oft menan&tbebest fruits of her iudustryj
SUamcrc Ordered on a CmlM. die American 11 id
b has taken the'place of Cuba coflee in the iK- ' misfortune lies in haying' keen forced thrpbf and TOtce ready These have developed her rich .reiourte*,
markets of the v.UnitedStales";, therefore .B riM6ii, JuTl 29.;-XDrders have been upon this field after the patience of the subect ,thousand men, to land bit the ;island, blend in one'shout, when she shall disenthral andltbid -attracted-rto} her

:' ., ,sugar is hot produced ini many parts where received here,.and at Norfolk, to send;to sea bad been exhausted by.the experimental weald enlist the confidence of the people to herself j',but by,precipitancy those who development *

"cofiee was once cultivated;or the bands haVe he sarVeying and,,revenue steamers,* to tyranny of bi predecessors. The injudici- the"ex tent of '.co-'bperating'in the popular to embark in hei' contest however territory men ofgehiusand menof/caplul;
} eeajlaraed over ,teW estate in.thefer,4ile'fegoosintheneighborbodofCardena -. cruise in the neighborhood of Key West. >us' and harsh measures of Gen. Limerick move. intelligence 'had een received are ready }Mr.Edjtoris; the secret of Eerprospcrity -
?,' The steamer Monmouth has-sailed again, have> hastened forward the crisis a little be- unwittingly' ,maybecome- *her" foes. "J Let ; If we would gnrwup to"
't and it, is rumored that she took.,00 board fore its time.A efore the vessel Jeft of the departure, whereabouts them abide a little longer t until 4be demonstration j *jv.pmaii-

:The climate-and soil "of Cuba,in general arms'andjg/benmeh accustomed to their Use. few weeks since, Lieut. Col%j Ramos or landing of'' Lopez with b'n party. in Cuba is',clear! and palpable, that hood with tbe bvantiful :rotundity and_fair
I .art not to tlvprable! fortkecuItivatonof It ia expected that they will rendezvous in llavine, a perfect Spanteh. soldier and a proportions which she. exhibits letrus' (tbe

r& 'cofieeas for the sugar cane,,tobacco, and the vicinity of Savannah. gentleman, was ordered to Nuevitas with.aispOiclut ,The Cotton Planters': Report they too may depart with .sympathy, and young State of Florida) imhate the example.

T. other article?; however,, ibs.eastrrn distiiet CtiCItctkTt, :Juiy -29,-Two parties of and on arrival there he found Will be found on bar first page, in accordance with the orisons instead of the ill-aaguries of o elder sister
t. appears to beweli* suited to tna"; productipn dung men are .forinsn for Cuba, under hat they contained orders for his exile and with promise. Those! most deeplyjnterested of that vast body.in this country who do hot bold! our Fairs, and'"exhibit thVevidences of

.*oi coffee; the crop there being more certain, Capt. Hobinson, ,who wa* concerned, in the embarkation/root that point to Spain, a de- in-the subject,, their.Jmmediate love Cuba less, but who: love the fair fame become fair tnV.faire
oar capacity to as as t.of .
: and ,the quality the bean infinitely eupe- Cuban' will eptibn to save the fact; from escaping'the _
Invasion leave
b late They tomorrow.for -, bur'nation before the world .
of more.
rL nor: 'A hilly or rather mountainous country the S utbEXC1TEMENTIN. cknbwledge' his friends; Thecatue was connection with )tbe.anting! interest, will pur sisters. "**** ,.
seems to be the most favorable to the tree. bat the Colonel had many foreigners among scan,with care the figures and ascertain their We believe, that "FrcedomV battle? has Should your citizens- ,actingropoa the ing"

tL1t; The. celebrated; Mocha' coflee," which is NEW-ORLEANS. lis"1 social acquaintance his friendditp correctness as data,'or.perhaps their fallacy. began in Cuba; still wMhinklhe accounts gestions thrown out ,'meetrto eliberate! -ontKe
it indigenous to.;Arabia$ and to that:part ,of '"* .: NEW OatEASSi July 29.. were not confined to the pure ,,Caetilian. 'in"'tbei. twits the of patriot -successes need;further ..confirmation
4' writerj SenriWalready the writer will tii with
Africa on the opposite' *ide of the. Red sealgrows The vessel sailed, but adverse windr defeat subject, present ,
withont cultivation on ihe rocky aide* the The most intelligence intense excitement, from .Cuba Jn this.has* created ed jhe Government design,'and ion Sunday author 'of ,the repOrt -JudgR Brobme.with at least ihe' "concerted: 'ristng' .'at various them,jf-apprised of the place'anmLUmc, f

.. :Lz. of mouptains. : meeting 'was.held-.Sunday cityApublic night, at evening'the vessel"''put into. 'our'port In distress .- the! inquiry,how tbe'consuoiption'ln a givpn points' "whichrsbould.be; 'plainly,manifested meetin* .in season.. Some.one: must tthe
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?;V Alter coflee, tobacco is the next article of leaking badly/ / V '- the S -
which a committee appointed.to make number of years could exceed the production to justify interposiUqn'ofourpeopie ball in motion, or,vre must remainpta4ooery.YhysbouhI .
1. consequence"produced. There; ares various collections in aid of the 'Patriots'who are The "vomiuP.has exhibited it'f! among of the whole world the same time- But has not yet been'verified.- that stage not the citizens of Jacksonville
ty kinds, wbicb derive.their difierent qualities the news levies fronrpain, that came in
,. from the pecnlurities of the soil in which they. now struggling for. liberty in cuba with the hew administration, and has become without attempting to answer this seeming of the proceedings' Gen. Coucha may put on do it ? Your localityyour :cpnnectkwby-

. are cuWyat&' .? ,'. STMPATHT.-A party of Cubans, resident unusually fatal.' It is very democratic poser, or to discredit the accuracy of the staistics bis long spurs, the Spanish steam W may steamboats and.stages"with other parts gtv*
The esteemed ,that which is in this were M much elated with the demonstration at this moment and will
most rs pro city ; we may say we think;the proposed lumber and smoke, a few abolition; papers commanicatiog
6nperioradvantage
duced tn"theVuelta'Abao, atwut hundred hews :ofinc.:, outbreak tat Puertoj-Prjincipe 6eriou>ly cramp the;material for'defence you -
: 5 miles west Harana, iathe jdrisdiction of that they paraded through, the 'streetsClast pended upon' by the governroenf. plan of organization m all 4 respects commendable. that would rather keep all the fire-eating with ."your,fellowcitizens.Nolown ui the

New Filipinaj this the finest Havana Yi- evening giving;vent to their; ipy'.irilp'ud.cheers. The'city'ot Villa Clara, it is reported, has ., It is certainly a gigantic' project elements home than divert a little of it State is irnprovng more rapidly than yours.

. gaTe are made. "It costs'from 49 to 120 dollars .-Thejr.were accompanied .by.a band pronounc'eJ, which brings the moVement up -the incorporation tof.the.great cptton'inte- upon Cuba may'cant'bout,the "extension population-ia trade,in public! enterpnser,

:. per bale according to the quality an J the of --wnicb/played'.tne' ."Marseillaise,. to cover one-half !o1 "the "ever-faithful rest of the South Statesr-something that of, the area," 'and even:;Uncle! SainT may intlie otters". 'These"facts
crop. Some years the crop is very inferior, Hail Columbia,.and all ;th& patriotic! airs Island of-Cuba. (ho'. Concha- wears the you outstripping
to the Bank in honesty of Jiissdul. make little showing
fair '
, ';.. .6' that it is impossadle! for a manufacturerer theyjcdutd think of. The flag.of the* revo- night with despatches, And could 'his1 soul be bids eclipse :.old monster a seem, to,point ybaout as the most, suitablepersons
: Always to supply the same-quality of cigars.' Jntionii'ts was exhibited. It consists, of infused into them/the creation of soldiers, ;its'most; bydra.form, and even to rival the of ships.to ,save" appearances' -but all to take the.,. lead l in this "matter.

.,. : The next to the tobacco of the Vuelta Abajo three white and three blue stripes, with a red bard would be the'contest.before "the boys'1 East India Company. Bat it would,be planted will not do- *: the-wind" cannot v be held with a Stand op .and'sayto' ,_youc, .fellow-citizens

- 4L thatcalled. Partidow.8Oine whieh' u triangle near the stifii having in its centre' a of mountains, that hav'e bred so exceed on'a soil where monopolies, much mimic than whisk, nor the"waves of the sea with' pad the State : ':
are
.1.2! very good, and is used in making those cigars white star.-N.Y. Commercial / /y29.' ing fast tbit they throw the eheen of their If.it die Cuba expeditions! will start from a throughout VreJ ;prpsperinj;
cotton, are -precarious growths towered .and
but wish to more, JrUhyba
ire
of which : banner'over two-thirds bur people. The we prosper
:
.
j ( astonishing bargains are very ;NEw.YoiucJay 29, M.- '
hiunJred '
;iE; of tea obtained. There is another tobacco Tbethathser5Wththe' .Patriots *in" war steamers are all out'with troops to the &rankth r is always apopnlaf pruning points joh. .the'Atlantic coast hand ,to share |n ,.prosperity; comey and

I.c rpwn in the western department, in which Cuba bad a'grand procession in; this;city ust'andciuising' along thecoast: and one knife that'woa1Jlop off ,ita, baleful the Admiaifitraibn having"done its''dnty, the lef us consult together,and form plans to

} the two classes mentioned are grown.; :It has last'nigbK in honor of Ibecadsq, fter'tiie struggle more for will, close' **the#game' against- branches,'or if, need be strike::a I death-blow President having issued ;his; proclamalioni- promoteonr; mutual 'welfare.- 'what-has
'ever.
the Spaniards *
...tir a coarse leaf, and is called MDe VV oelta.Arri- procession the sympathisers had a dinner; **. ". at its root With iU wpiulalmpsi'sure'to those citizens-who choose forfeit 'alJegianetr SeetL' ts practicable detirabte, and
ta prdppsed ,
'I also the tobacco' .in the eastern
f ; grown U.which success.to the Patriots was drunk ¬h.rOoveruororviba. be f .itybaafs oif nd "
.5 augmented rom $2 0,000,000 protection ,in.their zeal\forj other
" !\ M drpartment goes by that name, ot .whi4 wiilf enthusiasm.. A large number of ; > : -. ,
. : there, are two kind*, the antiagode Caba great, it is".eaid/signed the roll for the or- The'Cfamor' 6licoa journal pa blished to a more" stupendoussumj?its nnmiroia people's liberty will do so, and boldly throw While-writing, I will, embrace the S occasibn -

ft ; tobacco and: ;the Yara. The of Ya.a'tobaccoiasornetimeaeryfineand this the bestt persons canization of a lie w expedition to Cuba. at(who Madrid, it' will, states. be,that remembered Don Jose, :assumed de!la Concha the eroplbyfelja.,the erection 'of Its'.eteniuive themselves"upon the law of nature or of nations tcr'fay,'I have"for 'some time pastde

.1CiKC-U 29. reins of about in the warehouses in the seaboard cities, and ihose preservation. ; -* sired to address my' enow-citizens" in" East
. Fnncipe cigars are .made. Many persons hly government a year ago ".". '- :- **-i -
have sown the Vuelta: Abajo seed,'n the The accounts of the revolution :in Cuba Island ofCnba) bii been recalled,' and ;tha{ sseueOtly cmnploye4' fl'tiiirgcharge'of Sofaras a free tender of our columns can Flbrida'p'h'measnres and things afflicting our

Wi4 States, but never have they been able to raise have created unusual stir in this'city, and General) Cordoviis tb te.appoiDted Captarfi them-perhaps with r .ilroadi, cars, and gratify Uw'desire four correspondent.UA -' jnntuaTjnterestsi but have been'deterred from
EI! tobacco fI omit in any respect similar in two, parties 6f young men have already-left General/of that,island in jtis jt ead.' iThe aepoth: tbe1esiilera'ta of I afterthoughtthecorly gjrjncVls '
0 'flavor to the;'original kind. 'Tbe"'soii'gives for New Orleans, to voluntter'! their services Madrid correspondent of the Ldpdpn .Times ,pn the important subject to which he g'sO'bthc cbi eratwh.thaV articles

.. ( I1 vibe flavor, an* iu cultivation' cannot be extended in; case;an-. expedition' :to be, fitted oul notes," lii4h connexion,nn ahioahcement ; might;'IepposedaubjecttemptattOiofwielding refer they weatlhTs'Krvicejandwee ted pnblisbedjn anyjpf[your; papers :would! ,:in

.. 'Ur3 even ia Cuba. ,, '* against the Island, and to aid the insurgents.: by the Heraldp that the Marqnis SeDoaroj; a ; otbeccthan'a !to him albearty invitation thus to, employ his all probability; be r&onIyby.a.- few pet*

% .1f The other articles of consequence pro The company, it is understbodis: to be*under brother the present Captain General, hidresigned trade 'influence These, however, are'fears gen '- Our reideraare not so exclusively eons'and they of the same' !itia1j.Tha'e ; .
: duced are'wax- honey, and rice. 'The two the command f Captain.Robmson who tbe Government of Catalonia..witha perhaps as chimericalas, Feat jand! we must : partyas't '
.
' ::4k. first of: these articles are exported in- very was concerned in tbiastexpeditiouand S view,to join lhetopppsitiott" aiust: the, U m-f' 1 InduTereat"to-' H thtr" niortant'que* carried on by;yba pelitKal
look ? g-- >
what <
to -
., brge Quantities last-re ea tiooed aftktt u wjw leaves here for the South to-morrow/* S ministry-- may-.explain ia 'oiovement only j really proposed; and tions. -i of' ,industrial, "improvement, ; and 'ourcurculabon editors' lays embargo-on :those:ofus
1. tithe of tierces'or'about -t -! : -' .r produced s.inotnt 49,080 -. Nsw.OxwtiJuzlyZlr tbtfpre is.by ho means so rumted ;as oat who.would; labor foi.the goodof f: fltpbJttical -
.. 24 million of pouad*,, bit is insufficient island from revolution is;concerned/seems meiioae nameS give a;nction' tOthe. ', be
Later,aceobots from HZY&fltZ5OItth&t4ecI Correspondent seems to', sappose.- parties. Mayjhat embajjo soon
for the island thatlargequantities .3nbppprtnne. IPaj
consumption the so exceedingly Jtyuof e; Although assumelEe chahces
port. we
Triaidad,at.d.-VillaCUra ,hare ie4 ' i"i 'i 'i may : raJseJ. IMtbe w>tvrest WrtditwUl not
.&t. : of rice are.: imported from *;; 1' i i i 1 4 'A ? ot'xiaeoOsbCnefitvE .. "ihiE JIAG3OIJA." __ _
tihcottoa
rthat
({ Charleston, Savannah South Ameriea against the. Gpveroment. Despatches from 7AiAMA'Jt.EcTioN-Wa: : :Tare', indebted be long> bulwarks,wiH beawept
:: Spain, : this' is the title*f a Literary'pape.rtlie first: re.yoo partizM
J il L : ;'and latterly from Manilla; bpwever, thai Cincinnati report bbdies of you ng by$
number of hich ,away ,
in tojoinibcxpediton. General Lopez from Columbus 'who received it here j bas'jnsb4saue1 in Rich
from charleston is most esteemed- from 'f\ < -/ yesterday too much justice,of the partialreflectQf; gby.ernmental faiiest
I itat place the largest.quantity is imported '1tty.H'SaiflngofC.n T *" ,, evening :j v SS (,..tK iejieatioowouaitif'alo bare modYaZ in&;wulch b ;;ebme 'to}band. will byerthrpvrwith' them ihe" fabric

\V i:jsprodoMd'to.ttie amount of about .. Lop x'wttb Elf ht ltnn. ,'" ,coLv ,A gust 8-6 P, M. 9. protect/wi .in '.its own' jiarids* If the! Its'editor. : !is Olive P.BaIdwin-a1ao, the3 I .Onwbihibe.. ligbt, jof-- ;.Eeavenev r beamed. I
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and the Amount Western District Union s 1fimiiiary
,600.003 pounds, honey"to; :,-. :dndjz.a14 candidate"elected 11- senior editor pf the7&r&moh ,, _
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a achieve mont 'jo. succeed would ( -
J were be
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f" l aillion"gallons.; Cotton .ts' little : by 1200 majorityAll the-ptber istriclsas Oneof thituIet* ** **
Ntto-Qrbant aTie
-, cultivated fi9 b iea being about the amount S Sunday, August. -far.35 heard /romv bive gone or-the 4 gtan'a'resulV-crtxlitabie to tb '-genius of its popurjoir& S
Pamptro saikd atfiveo clock! tbtmorninj _* '
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: iirodiiced. Soufb* Bights'Asig candidates. wf&ons&omentsjt1ils _
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with eight tumibei 'au.ngsror Cuba via -.S ; ; %' "' '- -1 '
The vtheregetabarticarea1l.kinds Florida Cout., ,ft. 4*. reported that three : ;' 9th:. ': 't4 W4 bobby, tore a.bippL1Jadap4TI : tor lne-Literit-, & -Preumngno donipt, ibt $ .
tb ; of'tropical fruits, sweet poutoei- rams, hundred have viaMoWte. : 5 dejartaient-.bza tb&igbtsTheuigaIwiyseipreased proceediDrs of '* meetlDg to honorSena'toreYuleeiipobTisheiiB'ithieSwi
NEW
gone .TheSpaaish OaLnAsJuly.22a.! whch"woul4jrv6 exeriitsuffiint
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j afrow-root, cocoa, :Indian coca, castor oil, cl
,.and. ..different_ ;,Jcina> of woods,each as cedar, Consul sent the steamer i na.1 ..'TheT&antepeeUnltdStateswhich.left:,ebinpanye; eteaineV throw! off,, some oftholiticalctoii that with; a inark4 ihasteness, to. this place,"will be viewed with;astonishcMnt
I j- jinceiroo3tauni other hard.woodsused'by :. for.-ftlina4itlaa..bri queues and elegance.. VVeneed, hardly eay
yt fl4)W frYT5 bftb e, Sothern.bIOa. 1oparf.Z'gnayP4
ttirners, &c." .. 955. Luytz sailed7 yesterday..rnprnfng: the 8ib in tv: returned yesterday, not having Then.if.the owarnes wishes ai'e.enluatedfor hemucj It probably'qdonaAn the. xhOfr'.
Catile; to tbe number of about 869,000 $ oYlbck.Tor Cnba wrthwd steainers and beeitable ch.Tebuantepec. '''- '-- re1otjectweresuecensfu1wbt cess of ItheA'jtfa oft Vnp .pnijrrfpr/ bHble'himselftallow aaVeitixeii-_ **
;bead'are owned in the island! and U>ere'.are'; eigbtfcundred nen-'well armed and equipedThes1eOJer -v-Twoi schooner*; elearedlb-diy ,fbf*the result, would! be bb ained-forfonrselvesltni :' live me the publlo/ovind ra

,L ,. &ut,2O0.O0O.' horses, 50,000 mules, and ; are thPcmpero and Chindb i8thmas"unde protest \f.- \;?-"' j, thJorign aanqfacturer Ia' regulation merit it mnstrpbji3es3jt, jor>many noble regard oUparty't&disabui* this flaming and utiglty correspoadence '
, large nunbcrs ofsma&r anima'sb ro. They cleared iegularlyatibeCnM. ToioicoIuy of rmnaV qualitierof .the 'editor that :hae3mpartepeasure'orseIz
I jWere 30-4 P41. thV'produttion and cbnsVmpiioarof cotton, which' Our admirable"jSo haa.the
'f annual oflbe'vegetable 'and.JWJimal (House/or the Island'of Cuba 4 5' 'S 5 'Sr 3' .; '. *
SiSfb
he ;
C product drre'ctkof the bad; eflfectr of:fluctua; l g Jioe lionor'of'qilucring ta the light, an4uich! *
* I : creation, on .a moderate.cakulatiop, 'The'. SpaouJ\f iConsul immediately .des jeeted eOTrsjropbsed>,Ugwla ve.Oa )nof iion.LWetbnk, ,ibe eplepdoraljillltjie'wOrk ,of\ptherfriend: .,' t' ,1: A :' perceive ier rpubished| with 'so much, giG
to :Hatina to inform f the ;
Inqjbliddn ibout$75,000,000.? ,, patched a'steaaer -
,. the.British provincesyf ? ; neighbor the New*-
DV youratUjlaW*
,. >, In.niaeaJj the islatid j 1 is. very ,ncbv; bpanish Governwtft Of the'dejptrttre'of the >; --" -. '*. %( if jK f ras night be freely c6ocededrand ihe dangers : !-- --'- .CHANGES-f Thf factt oT.1hU'meetiarwereopea to every

I ?PP.minUflb15IthU: I1aye.ieenI ,sleameni' wiApcn.Xopex: ,i ,r :'r. o' ./ (twOa3sAngflst.. 5-10.50 At;M.. .i noolj .iIUgly.rji counttl, f0j.jjg 4UL4,bjj.th :. citizen WOcala,; .Itwasjied'in ah obscure

a y: iecoyjftei Jn .the,.island; 57m 'M taitem GenLo ; ; bit Aboard the: Panpero, : li Josir6afronX>this port advantages wbtcb,1oo up eimagrna: .Savannah pla<;e by a party of:five.cif, uci and not
ii : : ..1d4rmcc u ia ih*: central, and 45 in'the Thousand of.atjzeni were on?Uhe wharf to bound,to Liverpool, was burned yesterdair ._AuWeditorsttijof : _' attend whpjbad fOr5J1!
*a onbe brig4tutqamde of the pictute. VeliopetO .kls.i .y af-i S 'ili ji;* *; .by any one ;,opt
: ? wh3eU Jnti 4epartnre,; made theai* : b'T '
"! t1k rbsgun0 at1oorc; cred.byt whjb ; W.5Wte! 'fiFfiiI fef Fo''thoo $; euttirned'YnleeftM 6itnoo s: U e.nts
, : i *aEngbA coan7ija4 aWpped 1mm 27,; r st3 d with; loud huzrat or ,Lopez z Ice .(4tbnon.boar ee th LeO movO i L oudedibptherutsf Hani tamed thai love for i& oaaalrjr trhkh shpnUtnatrajvsactwwo.

o ; 3Q09 Lonsper anumaIad1rJWQ Pnblblibi1bere.Iigrestexc1emeflt- .? .S heihrp and targa 1otalou. iii& SttePi4 bJ1 be dsu ed4OI eRabbnrjwQ JAcUiabe t.upon' *etica eitizen..tigWee .
# ud;& hail to four ; Jn'the! ctfandJbpodredf : 8n1c the ee a
"* > f j t u"7 "-?3OO v Tx* J*,,clledLeeitg yeah a1tI jb nbihty, .. Mrfflardut
the <
vririn from intenor to 6ve fdt1a.i'a
,4q1&rsbe otherdap..i arr;. ; n mere farc ;'and taa sOUOUldeTed by many ofn
tlVJlin # t rfJ ,i lv from'ihe pwntew'| ibt portipn ofbfcftiial hal Itn be 'iditiewith'k
N1frt1kptpCr ?/ 1 *K* M rJi f > ,
5 4rs51r.,.. :' ,- here nd if theun ? tel d jndwn" caan
21twta.rork 44 + tu ; declil l dred EttA ibC4 P1nters\Convent1 ; e | anywise be balm to the"diatu rbed feeliagt
, .4 ;2ssaebeendhscovired. bad' forwardedthreev.thpuiandi.denars to sakes irecede1ie 9ie erbfpppoeaI UepartmenfbefeasbwnVfreQu nt'anifiral- '
t t ,. .1 ? Tbe 'revenue ohu.and: r4lp toI City4AsrXiv,4dhUviiuudrcit Hu '*''D4aawG -.'<-' -4 t> ..4.W racbet }w ested by5.oul fresMndenTin.lk.rl1Ci AtcthirbuioP --.t---?>L.-- '? i> -i>r r\l ttca-4vboa zt.WIateo4e4'for'wI aru so.t'

I l .' 31rrXi) WI'u; fja wb se, vaki.bI ; ; dollars;in gold, BtoD _S. L_ ,. 'MrS J-L .* lt-lLr: *! ::.e.k'-V.T3J'.N ,-f fied'lhat e.sh u1tajoy.thl'hbnorbQt as"
.fr ;"4.'! rw ** < 4 li atte 6t of Jark h
t Th'C4e bM also Arrvid.Pnvate Jette yLDcATTban -y. 3ilj5\v < > >\ > ; ei elVizeni :
T ( he4ralL arranged that.%n biaen4bjvvteray hih bi lrIa4siued
l. Mcts1oo9ooonit ,* bnefreri : 'anyone $
wlwf. aJ'ldekerjbnperaitT.
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wa
: ,:ffpni lkv$o ;Ky* U>at tbe 'Cuban i in- Texan teaw fromiaCalbjuvb4d -.fjii Ciiiriiif-i ;
' t j; urrethoi b1 the t'j1d lie ttnde&thating "irl SPC'tuT

'h isargeJbt4 $ ot4# !; ; eiai; anderstandiag ittheJlexicaji $ mOre
} : a'4 ov nai Vwucbbe jDicncM wfl *seh w rn1n1

; jiaast1ati I Ybijof5usi Waettt.;hy;.& re &rmsw.beha* n4 *)&JtiIstohi( towk,
I # moved hie wages and 'cbildnfn! jo this fide &tthiamque an *u4ng43L1 ue1.ptCeb .-

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We bare fortunately Dot been' ""called uponlo -u.. ,Divisions of Florida Militia art required ,MOILP&tthIj1, *bzaz Y.rt .st .n.rtIMtJJldltndlealCel lC& wtA1i.aOaIrbiehb.'bslftsa1d '-r ; t ,-s i.WJ! T f I"'J'I_ ,. ,TTNmm. : M'A'TB")sblish0d.ft 1'n&tuinz list",,vv54.jJ1X .j >--

test its merits, but frtno. the toaa jid certificates .' make Ktnrnawf.Via' strength ?f t.h'I'twnuleSll1d .respective. .; o CAt; m.aUT: ']JCU sit'tsvs "nher med.z.s&*1M ksvia '. ': V t Lare ,
> despatch to tbis office. ,!U n KKOWJf THJIT.FPBIJC SALXSHCU nu'." ._ J1 T"
ot:leilfetns this wmmnnlty which,. : A strict ooarplianee with the abore becomes necessary : .r.a tbo'-evwilar V or IVVS GJrtOODILT. :".1,.p.u. aII. ". ,
>ATTfit tTKDEJUtlJcTIOKCOPrattiorial s&rtts .. ,. -C. '
,Crotn Uw faeUbai'a fan ntva-oC thestrehcfThdds : OrSTAfl day .JDariuiM 1I'ea&Ja. 'J 4.' ': V
bate doubt not U possesses reoariable ; .Sr II A.riM.-iIl, lelU oosa' 'tirbi'tur1he UIlKtiaa&u"'ftWa.e.1S51 1MIa'f
ire eenvre 'RWitia sboeld be made to the )mII Qt1as4JAOHsUoDI ;: lm4rutrescand:tile vo.
election of b'.t1paps.: Pthsuio..i apmi.rf
Cream a deSeieas : EawntSontlwM R hts) .a thJ V
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curative i jpnrpertiin. Moreover. it Ac1'\Genl at Washinrton:by the 1st January ftn fl&1&AttO. Wl1M mea,*n, nauties bay W t ; Fonrth-Ojnrre4oa law w *is>:- ;. : <; ,

both borne manufacture and home ingredients .ext.in order that ,this tate *fl7.be. Mpplied V . ,' .of .JaoavilleJmin an'I"1. .. eaJL.tf1'.- ._. ". ttajarit1 V This ToteM is a cocLasa1lea.fsb5s i.j. V c.
is of with her proper qaoU of anas,'which iriU be fw- the ta d Q ce f8 t.Ee : : t't of forty-thrtt- tra.
,aad therefore commends. itself to fa.1: warded wnea mid return is made.. .... mencing on" MbndayVlbe rESYI V i.-Vc1I IIrl-E.Ua.canal'.c"J. ,:(Southern.V Bigtilj) ia"tb FUtb:.D* Coapeala"- 11' :>- f : V
1 : 6rstilay'oI Sep .
By order f1l1h.Gonnor- CommanderinChief. : : lJ.
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YIniId&. : trictf stili Considered donfctfaJ.' ".' :
independent of its intrinsic merits., tember next for the -4 ;. -
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tt, disposal lands
: S. HAYWARD public Il4tn
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V : aalltta LargrIaCIndieZVthOI5d .
-t HD.'u..tI'; cb i'J' tE.-S test is close but the,ehance are ill faVor of .
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I v.Adjutant aad Inspector Gomral situated within 'tbi 'uDdfrm otio townishipaLaad.fractioiial ; V st Congress props.ed'Gse: .order .UM

( lnC&TED.. .:.. Al pd'J-t. t8 l. -_ V 'T! ..Ik, T .1 ,to ; rmaSW.J'IThes.aH.1es fiVyearnTnjabe; &tf *>V,da Mfjr present
,' Jsle. of UN Sea! upon thy shore ,;. Dissolution.- ".. : j' NOJlIiflJrM.. : -bate line tact tcat>'o'theJifA A1rr D. ct 1fJa T.0.:R L. .t.a_'" .- .'' Lqislature.The UOIOQ o>ea claim the preponderance ,This I dex will refer,under copious ttllrt.,til
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Where beauty sat her down, NOTICE is hereby riren, thttb'r. of principal,,tuendiant '.! \ '. but as tber are Counties I each Jaw.and every joint and 3 aato 'aadHi. .
& trrUtf, is tbisdaydissolvedfcy Township two; of nwige; tbrTe .; many' tenm.-n.n private.wUb boa been paatodt.i .
'tadeSbOmeifld73Ot7O ,.. mutual consent.-- An persona holding claims r Atee&'Besrs; en4JObU8.V' V in.wliich thetasoe-- SOuth. KJphW..,I i adopted under the Federal Coajiitat ta.so thai V "f "
Townshipiwobf nifour -
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-'': Crowaed with aeivie erownLaarthbauMberei.w-" against said Firm will please present tboa to ,1K j I :. ; ._ tfuraoek. ; 1 ; V V Union hai not been 'made,.we.'are-withoutanrretutbledalea .i'tbo reader-Bay sea at aglaaos. tbe whole lawoa; -

.. FRENCH. settlement.. V ',.township! ; .fourteen, "nOrth oT 'ON rIedingand5hi j Uae i3I11TdGe..palgU for;>: close'raJcuUtion. I.;any single s bec|.' "'.' .* '** ?*'V -V VV
'. i JOHN M.CURETOY,.'. :;\Vbite_rirer, of range nine.. .' ,i- :''5' of tbJ., Comple&nnt, &D4 It It whoweverTOore : ; .'Jiisf ynH/rtfttV DditM.it&?tjgo.tiPitrOrrfrr -
Is an thy glory Bed 14 r' F. T. TITUS." thereby tb' tkan probable that);be t I'NIJtwiiJ. V
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*na MMH ufUt&Defe'.b.Ms,9.wItt ;trw int% English by.WmStrahan. >
.ae, cone, forever jgone. and&0a Jacksonville,August 3, ISSL ",,'.ls: NJihebase V line'.tail .taIl.ofM:jtflhTovmsnip .*.M:;*B. Force Puree Bretbet Un,, sad..?..- Union:party will have email l majority, in the .LL.D., Advoeate ia Doetori'Commaoe.+
\1M.X nations nuinber'd dead-' TUg, SUBSCRIBER having pnrcbased -'. P-.tipi4;itrilUl" J fred liagee, are now residents sad eWleHofV Lqi&ta"n.-'Neus .- :_ I Edited from the second London ration by'UwiLDTBiaS. .

.-T.-: do' Empire Mills, has assumed the payment of,.Q fifteen, of range. ivaFractzonaUowaships ". Soatb Carolina,aad that T.C.'Rbtey, 'resides'la V 'Returpsjj t-ni tii bYP .CusnisoJate one of u. Jndfta1 iatbo
bome.j j late Firm-of tbe State of South Carolina. i. eomeIB Court of Common Pleas;.sow"Leeivrer'.oa-
Hxr\Von the wlnoi Seep voices outstanding liabilities gainst'tbe eleven indtwe-v ; '
: Mffioent to*hoir:that I
Careton & Titus 'AH persons hsirIog'elaimsagainst oitanesmz.;- 0 .'. ". It is therefore ordained that settee tal appear ,Brarf (Disaftion) Civil and Parliamentary_1aV1Larvsr4Uasesj
Wkat sound come o'er the ware 1 said Firm.wiR please leave; them-with I ':At tbe Office V CHAKlPAGNDLE and answer saU Bill wf CovpUint'be:gjvn'0 .$ .ctecte4oJet Lacgdoa (Union.) V to' Cfcngress. atty; 'la.lvols.; ..HoyalSvo.' "- -.: -.; VA -

TU frree era's tone that greets the raw*, -McQtTEts MclsrosH, E'',>rbo-is the 'antbtrised : Lani at said Perendaats by a publication of this ,nlet'hi *? ; J .- .-, MC tbo writers oa the Reman",Lav'.*,oat

t ''Thai frees ber noble bray :: Agent and AtVirney of the lubseriber: -' commencing Monday, the fifteenth day of gome Newspaper printed ill said -OrenU for tbe : In the Senmd tnrtvAfeemombie i UoioH works are best,..'to Engiua 'and ;Ametleaa
S HIRAM L. FRENCh September next,,for the disposal of the public space of fear months once a week eonseeatiwly ii elected .( -) lawyers aodvbraa bare exerted tho most-lain--
i Tben rUe! win be longer slaves! ; by a Jarre majority.. ; :
the
from date
ye Jacksonville, August 3, 1851. 7-lcs. land*. within-the uadwnenUoQtJ town' hereof. ;:Ana it is farther ordained neelJ1Olt our3urredeee.aA"wboas:
I Hark to the answering .t.raint- i that unkss said'Defendants appear'and'answer The hint Dlatnct doubtful bat supposed work4eratitied 21a .1Vi1L4et1dXJu1mSL.9rier -

i Better to nfl oar bland gram In the Circuit Court, .Colombia.Countjr "ships, to wit; tim Kllof Complaint;;within.ose V. Vtiptl.n from that Harris(Secession) in elected. : : V :'.-.Jadn.5tOl7.Pft Sc'mtonrnktIng .. 1

: chain. Eastern Circuit of..Florida."ATTACHMENT : Sotcthcf the. .bate.line W 'vett of tic Jifth of the\H of Ow wuMication of this51.IerV ::Nbthinjc 'definite .from the Foahh';and tM ago and tb*% lr Ma'taa e4m.

i Than wear the dcfpoT o ;' : prin&pal meridian. Deereepro eonfesso will be taken against Fifth.Dlstrtctav' T / V -. : I IJ which i.wa*written is atu1yw..M1erMrfo''V
Fernandez, Eisbee Jt Co.,> Sum sworn to*1S1vs. ,- them.' ?, f > : i naaee Ills method is excellent and bin erettee.. :
; Jlrothers; and men whose.sires bled .' > 7-100.. ..*' -: :Townships'eleven" and _fourteen. of.range : .. mo.VDuG1Asj.jj.; : Ia 'the aixlb.'Cobb. (Union: supposed H'tO' clearexactand eomprehaasive.'.? ?

F.eL.uInpofthefree, 'Joseph R. Salter. '.>Bond filed fortSTO-OO. 5 venteen.VV_ : I.J.idor"'V. Gaznie.'Clark'ofsaid Conrt.do;* ;V- 'ra elected byji large majority. over_Motphy, ,V The objeot*f the author ia thii:karaed V

I VT*eaU ye,by'the Mood they ibed, defcnSant and all others:interested are I Town hips eleven,of ranre%ifchteen. hereby; certify that tbo'abov* is m true copy from. u.) -' Vsnpposc V auction,was to diaetabarrus.theM. of thepruct' ;
t 0 THE notified of the coouneneement of this vAt: the Land Office at HELENA;cammenQgon tho Records of said Court of an order"uad voa 'I ; tb'v n dVhie: : pies and provisions of tile Romaa law, wbieK-..' ;,
Liberty
The spell-word.. ,, of general interest front Utatetbnkalitioa..o
appBoatioa
i Sot_ h.lp when storms are gathering o'er suit by Attachment returnable to the next Term Monday, the eighteenth day of. Au* sevantoeatb day of June. A D.I851VAm '*J ,* (Union) is V elected' V bj-a:fair majority! ::oyer {.the system,and by presenting; tbenv V

of said Court and are hereby sejsireJ to appear, gu t, .next, for- the'disposal 1 of,public land ., In witness whereof1 hereunto set my band Riee/tdisaaioa..)-&zr.Il.p* ". inn natural!and sokotifi*ntetbodv t r render then V
5- 'Onr bones,like shades of night aad plead to the declaration filed ttterem'aeewi-. within the 'J.-.rb cJae Ieal.f sai&Comt Io -K \ more iaUJjpble.aaiUieIt attainment oer, s

Jlelp brother of the .. shore, 101 0 law. 'SMITH k O'BRIEN. following nviedtowubipaIpartsofIownshmspsvzz :i'-._ -. ..... .OaaaaClerkt' .1 .. ;:e' INDIANA., -: fd.Qd areeablt.. aad.tbo*gb'tU.{week Kaa .
_. When straggling for the right; July: 1851.-aq.7. m. Plfls. Atty. : -.';; l *j-i'a j.V' / ;J. .-., Ie -.t. '.. "itf- cruirE1oTPis v ".- f- .lol.uUOJ.; ._ psztknlarly btendMfuean4ad.ptettotbsFrsab V

North'of the late. line and ettst of the '! ;;.th V Fi jarispredeneo af Ibo age it Is aatJeasapp&aUa
IN. the Eastern Circuit Court: f F1.ZIdS *, : : D-tI 1 etta'i
: to ovary system of...of which UM Roman coda ,
;2for euench the spark but faintly cangfct, .. CoiatyfDayaL-' principal meridiahsy c.vc*j J : LtIIu1.S about v200 'laj riti.'L 7lhDisC Darin; bottler a part or in which Kit teeopbod'.'.

; -Front off thy altar's/flame, Robert Habenham k Son, S Pctidon for Fort- Sections thirteen, twenty-three, twehty Oem:;electeoV 526.:,majoritv5th; : :,Disi. -. body
Nor east each nobler free-born thoug1tflioktosgrsveofshame r!titloners, I Iclosure, of Mort- four and .twenty-fire, east .of the'.St.;Eran V > Hendncks.''Dem ,. .elected' by':about'.2po6majority ,which the work thus posMases to the attention
vs. y on Personal of the American lawyer,,Deatat. baa s.
; gage cis'rireri'in; townsbij* three;; range four. ;. ",4th
Jacob Cole! Defendant. J pnt ert1. i '. .' Thst.-Parker,4Vbigekcied liar Interest bL': bosoof tU ,$tatM.?wbose Vgal
; .For see,fair as the moruing star- appearing to the satisfaction of the' Court Township nine, ot range 8i e4. aftertb" .'"10th" oav-- 'of jWe/tne 'day- by.700.majorjtw-.,TbeVLegi1aturesdcci. iBsUtaUoasnre.deri e4"Inrprt".trow, thnnc
;, That lights the Eastern'zkles. that the said-'defendant regides without the South oftlte base,'line and .wtst of the Jifth O'"a, < .tie .Steam Packet. V' V eedly.:;Democratie,but--the details cannot-begieitwhh :.9"SpsIu, aM51rc thus- founded. IntieEa5 -;
tat of florida,to wit: ia the StAte ofCalifornia ; A&a 1aWV -: 5 kSVS .
afar meridian ; "
Gleaning as bright our flag Therefore on motion f.J.McK.bert leaker, -principal ; trJJ 'W4f U: Jj ': degree certainty*, :.The reasons V bare iadBee4 a beflef'on ctbojiartof V
; The Warn Sri takes its rue. Esq., Attorney the petitioners fpwuslup lour ,and part of an Island in 1 :; 'fbe%:Demo ats"of, the!2d tftttThave
E.ILT.Z.t.IestIstgINtdugut.e. IT IS ORDERED that the said defendant do j sections thirty-two and thirty-three, in township .,.ilj, e.C.ur.'Po'XcNELTY. elected. Cyrus L Dunham for ogmis--.n work would be acceptable to,th.pro.V
appear and answer the said petition within-the : thirteen of one. ; .the 6th DisU Willis, AGonran.al. ba Dem- Eassioa}and have fed them to engage In a"pa1tU-
range .
true by Uw,or that by default :,' ; V titt : lW*- tr&nslativa Wit byDi. V
prescribed judgement. elected: > V
} '.C. will be rendered against him. At the Land.Office at LITTLE ROCK From SaVannah to tb.m TUESDAY.,., =. '
i '
t .We received yesterday a Telegraphic dis- It is further'ordered that a cOpt of this order cotomencing :on .l\1ondaj.th first day of arrrriag, SATURDAY,connecting with. the V \ ENT, cn. V V -V . ; V

; Tpatchroil the Southwest Pass, advising usof be published in some newspaper published in this September nest for the disposal of the public J Steamships' V' '? jQjnOtUDA. s.1 5 LoOTSvrujt,Angast 7. FROM Il ".JUDGE EU$, 'CIJIJER JUS- V _

1 'tbe arrival of the brig Tehoantepec and Circuit once every two weeks for four months. lands in the. following named tracts on ABCD_..,-Q from the first.district' are.still .TJCE OF, THE r4TE..Oii.1-g JSUSA:

; Xbe schooner Home from Havana, with accanftthe months.Jacksonville,THO Augusts; DOUGLAS, 1851. Judge 4m. '.-&c.' and near Cypress lake, viz: For. New fork.She win' continue to leave-V on d 'n:7j the probability 1' is. that Boyd, V V ,. Bftoocmt;:6cr.11,1 -
Tuesdays thronghout'the year,? GumxazTtt ,I V feav. 55J5jfl; .th 5,heeta of
former to the 27th oh. and the North of. the base 1'nc and vest.of the fifthprtndpal 'et ] ; the translation of the admirable workfD auUon

: latter tit the 6lb ult. The accounts by both XH the"Eastern: MM.Circuit Court. for., Cal u- -I. S mericZan.V Carrying the United,States .Halt .:." .:distric, 'BenjamiB E Grey. the Civil Law,' which:yott bavtf beta-kind '.

the*e Tessels! are lo the cane effect J and tor- 'County.1NCHANCERV. The South bait of section eight, the south "For Freight Engagements or_' Passage laving mdepehdeit'whiff| ,Is elected! : ''*- /" V.;; '. : enough to send me..Yon 'w31.bav :readeryd,a

mish very conclusive evidence, that the re half of ten, fractional sections fourteen'and superior accommodations State Rooms to., apply -In. the ff urth,.VVnilam TVood,-whig,' ;ta great service to the Science of law hy.tn puMiolioa. *

\olntionary movement' in Cuba has 'been Sarah Edwards 1 fifteen the north half of oa.boardV or to Fnif AXDitz, Them ft Col, undoubtedly Ject d.. r .. The fOrm oT_the Engliuli.atJJlioa -.ftbotraatlaUoa
I vs. > Bin for Divorce. seventeen, the.etist Agents Jac riUe.E.'F. ". ..__ 5 .was too large and.ineonfenkat and
i matt general, and successful titan was at Moses G. &wards.5 j half of twenty-one, twenty-two the nortb "V :'$-J.I. A.-CVUEN.4et.V I The returns from the fifth:district! showIvery scarcity and high price prevented Its-general

I f first supposed. We shall wait,-with much IT appearing to the aafisBscUon of this Court. half and southwest quarter ol VV twenty-three SarsnnahJ" ,ae 5 1351.Ot .-. "" -' close vote between Clement Hill,whig, nse in' tlurcowtry. "Tbo present joblmUta. .

I impatience, the receipt of intelligence by JL that the Defeadant,MOMS Edwards,resides tbe northwest quarter of twenty-six, and tbe >This" Steamer wfll leave :Jacksonville for and James Stone democrat t though the chan front its form,its styleof execntioo.aad moderate

f f private source, which will give us some beyond the limits of the Sttte of Florida; west half of the northeast quanier of twen- Savaaaab every FRIDArMO1I.NING at seven ces favor the foimer. ; / '. V price-think cannot fail in remunerating yooTbe '
On motion of Solictter for It is V 31r. StnhaD'ha.t"tasted
Complainant :"- V traanlation by ; ;
[ authentic. and reliable particulars of the extent ordered that the 'said Defendant.appear. plead: ty-seven, in township three, of .range four- ..c:1oct.1I11t.iI S..lL rluthoiJWtlce. *.- In tbe sixth' -district Addison'. -hite V whig it is in the main eorreet;bat will bo improved mnderthe -
and progreSs of the Cuban revolution. .. V ,. V is elected. -." t ; .
I answer, or \ -, U the said within three' revinoa of the. &Judge Casbincr.s
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0oth of these vessels report that Trinidad (3) months.or theme will be taken as eonteaedo teen.Lands appropriated by law for the use of T W cLoIijG STORE !IJ.oIjAgen I'. : The rote for Governor- very.clow, betweto In marching fur absolution tae-appareatly

And Villa Clara' have *-prodaimedn to use And that a'-eopy of this order be. published in schools, military and other purposes;together ;'..' '> Archibald' oi.whig,&ndL.W.Powefl'deoei4 new auestions arisiag inlet tbo,variou Tolatioaa
.
some public newspaper r of the Eastern irenItofflorida ": ::' '" which oar advance ia eivflisaCion is oroaUag.'andin
2he parlance of ihe country. The first is acity with 'e and overflowed Jands .
wkfebarein
law
for the space ef three months. i swamp Cloth aad- -* V jadgjag of those nfomuofthe
of about lfXQ' population, and is situated THO. DOUGLAS. Judge' ,tc.l made unfit thereby for cultivation,1'?,if any, 1A. $t opened: a new Dry V ;...,;whigs hare boti, branchetof, the dlffsnf tbeeatia regressd part UuiUd Sates

on the South coast; the latter has a s. A true copy' which shall be .selected by the slate authorities Gao'dsox 6tOOj ;V Legislature l>y lageutieL S VV the valued Lbs civil Uw will:..appecWe4. asiteomestobenaderstood

population of D.OOO souls, and is In a cen- Test. before the days'apvoi ted for the commencement ur smcrr, ONE DOOR- EAST or.ia. J.AND .' in the:'seventh<:distnet the contest has ft eacaot to otherwise
Clerk. with of written irbicb fbr
S.ScAxeoaocoB a system reasons -
lira J'05i o" between the Northern and _July 31.1351. .e f the public sales respectively, V I. 7INNEtMN'8, -4 been veiy 'close Marshall, wbiJt'is" gup- -centuries governed the most woaderfe soeialiorgsnixatioa F

Southern boast The accounts further Mate under the act, entitled, "an act to enable the aKsntcmnxT,invites the ..eiUxens of posed to be elected?\. :_ ]/ V that the world bas tvcr witnessed; and

.that Jive vessels of vrar had -been ordered Valuable Laud For Sale. ta.te"of Arkansas' and other states to reclaim and the :'surrounding country AVGCST 8,-The returns'thus far received which Is the real basis .'ftheV jurisprudence'of .

Iron Havana to guard the coast in that fiJtinity. AS Agent for the owners, the undersigned offers 'the.'swamp lands' within their limits" to come and see for themselves. V Yea will positiTely. Show tbe election of: Presley 'Ewing, whig, continents Europe, and of a large portion of thatOEndtbtJOe4IteS.VVI ,
for sale the following valuable tracts of Store than .V- V
Goods In this New "
buy cheaper in the 3d dUtrict.s*
V V
your VS.
I .-3. O. c/fefui, JLugtut I. '; September 28th, -ieS be excluded -.
landto-wit: approved ever did in Jacksonville before. .V. It would be qmUeuseksa fat me to speIk-at Ot
., One half of the dwelling house and lot ef. from the tales.. And no locations for June you 12-3a. V V _* '-J.HODE.; .John B.-TboinpKinl. vbig'iselecteJ: IJen-- merits of the great work Which jftuvmtwprlai ia _
t andia Jacksonville, tariUCourdloWleI'.J..U&re.be land bounties heretofore granted by any law tenant Governor 'V "n 1 i -" about.to give to tBe'Anwicaa pablte.:: Float tbo

&I.ucD CUBA MOVJCJIEKTS. Every II: the same which U occupied by oseph Fine- of Congress, for military services rendered HISS SWAttTSfglHE REAUY.V laham' G. HarA '4emacr ",is\repoit; d. : isolated position which the etva law bas beea iiermftUd .V -
steamer or vessel not known to be in aregular 0&n, Esq. exercises of thtu&hoolwi11be: suspenJ. elected 1 in the 9th district- ; to occupy in England few eftbcrsUadaniworks
business foolishly and often pre- ALso two hundred and forty acres on the eastside to the United Stale, will permitted on any V ded until the first of October next.A" _-- .- : -eonecniuig it'hart been'tianslataC.into

.uinnluaualy suspected'of .liaving'something of Fleming Island on the St.:John's River, of the above mentioned'lands as provided by Jnne2S-3t. \ ,tC -, ALABAMA' nox.--A -traveller. who EMgluh.'and this want has notb of Messrs.'Lewis the.VPrigiaal Eagluh treatises oa that sabjeet I
between the.lands and George the act entitled, "an act making appropriations
, jto uo with Cuban expedition, just at ibis Fleming; about one hundred acres of which aretanunock for the civil and diplomatic I" ,the Clre.b. ...tertt Clrcalt .rFlotida. came down the'road last'night:assures usthat. bare no doubt that in LoaUiaBaia:Texas,'ia

ihae.-l i Buntline a whilom flash A'ew and about thirty acres-cleared.Al expenses .-Dorrai eoaatjr.Womx"B. ., .Alabama bas gone for the Uuibn party. California and in the Territories_ of the United

York editor, bas atrived here with the *> .an undivided one third of the late Mrs. of government, &c., approved 3d .March Ross,' > Our i lormanfl-.wb -ia': from liasissippt States as welrmria Lower Canada there wile

jtteamrc[ JJonnoutii lot repairs As he is Sophia Fleming's dower On Fleming Island on 184t. rs. > Attaehmeut.CiuaLxs that the be 1 be a ready demand--yourtpubUeation-'ATh*VV
cec1mnVofFoo'vc4!
the St.John's river a beautiCa1ll\1b&tioa. The offering of the above mentioned lands V says profession throughout Union will ridlIylend.
McaaicK. .
,> : .
_
from Cuba the Government :
fresh j. : +- d1doubt.-&z P .'2 Lteir C&ror to tha uudcrtaldn l:1.trust:that
'Officersj Also an undivided one-third of about tea thou- the I 17. ; ?:ax<
will be commenced on days appointed, defendant all other persons interested
his The I 1ri1igw.tW11a
are watching movements. THE
sand acres-situated in Nassau county, oa Nassau and will in the order in which hereby notiled of the-.institution of the i vonreaterprisingboaso
bis; fitting another Cuba expedition when he. River xteddin.to Thomas' Swamp switable proceed theyare abori entitled suit by.1 attachment; and required i M NRrt BRICKLAYING PLASTER- publishing;from time to'time.iD ihOZtgIIJ1IIaa-
snwU skirts of hammock advertised d.vith'convenient dispatch, ., '. ;such other standantworks a form the
aitd bis friends are apparently cruising forDkaaure.8aLt. for turpentine; ;grantedto I to appear and plead to the declaration lied m said: -' raage jtiH ,
otfered : ..1NGmE" ,& ; : East of mil law.. :
Suit.ForClerJk. Francis P. Fatio.. until the whcle shall have been and I ease. V V PHILIP FR-ASER,' V a -. t
1 Ala GOO acres more or less on Amelia Island n> tbe zatesthus closed ; but no sale shall be '-" Att'y. for Pltff. UNDERSIGNED takes this method of 1 remain;--gentlimcn V'veirTjespeotobediMif S
the of Nassau- situated Oa Nassau river '- -.. informing public that be is dQ servant,' -S GEOEGK EU,. .
. county ; ready .
kept O'pt"R ,longer than two weeks and no Jacksonville,June 26, lS3I.-Sia. !lears..Lmr.E.Bjo V -_.. .. -
its" of which is valuable .
near mouth a portion Bricklayiag, Masonry Plastering, Staceo.Wert.b. .
V .
of Court, Duval Co. hammock adjoining public lands which are subject private entry of any of the Iandt will be admitted FORSATI.VS &e.Ue'will.turnuV plamr and.drawings, i- : ."- .

Mr. Eorroa: Please announce JOHN JL J. to entry. until .alter the expiration .of tfce two V l when desired by persons for whom bo is engaged FROM ALFRED ilEvNENEs; :Vj OPTUI

.FIOWDEN.Esq..a CANDIDATE for Clerk of Also 160 acres known as the S. W. Quarter of weeks. V V A Two Story DwellingHonse.jnst to execute work.wi&bootextra'charge. He is : iEW IoEANS.BA. '
Section one,in Township one 8:of.Range thirteen it; 'completed--conveaieaUv well known' .the eitiaens of'JacluoBTille'as-a
Abe Circuit Court of Duval county,at the ensuing. East, situated in Hamilton county. Good Given under my hand at the City of !arranged for a large family, with all competent meebaaic- work be bas performed V "BosoSfSePL.. ,JB.
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: 1emrsLrrrtz k, sows r .; 7. '.
this sixth (May Anno out buildings in a plcas4111 -
.election and oblige MANY ClTIZE S. and valuable land. -< Washington, 'day necessary already for citizens of the place.be refers to as aa Gentlemenr-I am much'pleased to learn+that
Jacksonville August I-l, 1351. r Also several eligible building lots from one to Domini one thousand 'eight hundred'and part of the Town of Jacksonville. Attached additional evidence of his qYificatious.V ;you are engaged ia publisbings"raviaed'edMoa
Well
to the premises is a rentable garden,and a *
:
two acres immediately adjoining the Town of fifty-one; VV of'excellent water. ,Titles undispntable. {JO: -'Casts and Moulds for.-ornamental plagtcp- of St rahaavs translation of DoxAT on CivO.LAV.

Jacksonville.' 'MILLARD FILLMORE. \ big also furnished/ !JOHN IVER3.N V No work in tho English' langosge'.*"- same V
DIED The above property will be.-sold at reasonable e ALSO is Lobe compared with Ur the e.
V
much subject, ;
:. By President ;BTo: Planter he would say he has
rates. Titles lplt..b .. Address, A.likely young negro woman of good. character and eorrecteessofdoctrineaoiveyedkiougb
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At Moateridio, South America, on the llth of.May J. McROBERT.BAKER.Attorney. XBCTTERriCLO.' VV V a good.cook, washer and i Ironer axperienee in patting arJitteries-and. -- .- T '_" r

of Consumption, after an illness of eight at. .". Commissioner of the General Land Office. ALSO,* \ :: licits the. amplest work in satisfaction.Charges ihat-luae.-eonfideBt that moderate..be can give 08.'From the.Ume'x itspabCeaUoat- 1-\the.present -

iBonthx, MAKT Ass, aged 44 years,wife of Roger JacluouTme.Juli17.1S'j1. tf A valuable plantation in Columbia county; Fla. J, 1-- it bas Deceived the_ppco ltrtioa.(.the-kiosk V .
acre.1r r S V tM -11' -",- w. t'a. .
font hundred and forty-eight _
containing learned men&D4l1&wyers ia .everyleonatry;and
;2>mith, Esq., daughter of the late Jowph Brown The Fauquietv White.SulpherSprings NOTICE PRE-EMPTION"" CLAIM.V rate cotton lands, together with the.valuable improvements : 1 Jacksonville. 'May 29,1851.1v, very deservedly. : The com plkrt-of.th* Code Napoleon .

Eu1.. of Mw.York.and mother of Mrs. Peter ,-Pauquier.'C o. Va. ANTS. thereon. I.r r V dreweoptondy from.U. fortkcir workv V '

:8oan.J r. 0: the former place. WE1tJ.opened Cur, visitors on the first of V ;EY.ery.t'trson,entitled to the rigbY of preemption \ALSO; .",f ,. V V Notice.--, Napoleon himself U-ttbAteartfoIIy early
They are situated on the Kappabuotllll'.1 .to". of :the..lands''within the ,!'The V foflowinglandsini'tariou epnnty.'Fla-i to SIX') HS'anudate-.1>eha11'pr myaccounts life,which may account for tbo sifigolar:aeal V.
The body was .accompanied to 4Le Englkh miles .any and vouchers to the Hen.Judge uC
riYer.nOtr navigable]thirty igbt wit .One Plantation containing six hundred and neasaiid widdom of_his obserrationsaad oeeisiona
Cemetery by -a. very large number of people, above Fredericksburg, and fifty nearly due west;. townships and parts of townships above en- forty" acres well improYed_ 'containing; .five Probate of Columbia county for':a.final setle--daring the diseaa oas ontb adoption of hi*code.

atong them the American Consul and many of-', from Alexandria. %- >*r \' .um rated, is required to establish J the same hundred and fifty-six.acresIrith improvements meat as.the Administrator' of the Estate of''Jioel" Domes should and 1-bopewill foaad7Iatho.
.No bas been 'to eouttnueVth.!at- of and Raa1iso,dectued *t .*. T* : of ev.rAa.rlean Tawyer '$ :- V
leon or American vessels of war in port. The pains spared to'totisfaclTon the Register Receiver and on.other containing one hundred, aad fiftyn > ..> 'WlLLIAM1tAUUSONV T library' -'* > ; V
tractions of the the votaries of pleasure j. r i'Y01lTed1httTa.R"'. :
pUooto; of the Land Office and making ne acres,wellimprored,-::price reasonable;mdtinl ? o' V. -S
payment 1
pr '
futeral ceremonies Chu. Adaunistrator.In
Rev. :
were performed by or the seekers of health. The recent'publication *". .ALFRD. UE.'fflE."i. ....
aeeommcilaUng r V !
therefor;c* in the-eminent and Rev.Tbornton -
SUwart,chapla ur the TJ 8.frigate.:! pamphlet pPl'b7. ul ontot.. '- J V V
. .1._ SlrragWUm shows'beyond.all question,.the healing no/icej'and before the) appointed '. !' ,. ,5.sPESCEu. e'E&ftirJi'"Circuit. Court -_ RiconvsojLb. : eknai. fa
oualiUesof this water in many diseases-dys- for the commenCTentff; the public sale l of Jacksonville,Jane 19,185L. < .V1aWtLV: _: ; '- .Cireait Ceortof the Halted-State for' ta* -
"' PP'.cIroP";.& .. He had spent the.previons the lands tmbracin'g the trac t claimed;'other., I ViV :D.. fr"iiou : first rem from' 1312. to 1851,,-.as follow*; '. -
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?IIIllTTsijllJil :LDUWT: season here, and made a thorough and sift- wise lath elaim.ilf be forei1edc: : in'Clreolt C"!Kaat .ratUreoll' .CFIertda ,Tc's.zz; ;InCbDcer7. V"GAIUSO r.-S R Otn* .- ..Reports? --i, Casirnri-:: 't .
.n.miDation.or the details of the case. reported !. ipownty'I* CU* erjrV VS VV1 J. VV
V CgVnyjMo -j
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aDd determined Ia tbo CSreaU Coart.V'lboUnited
(
THE MOST CERTAIN AND SAFE by.him;and be is Vet opinion that the extraordinary b; J.BUTTERFJELDC .E. &ajth) ". r "'!Th.' 0_ VrV 3f .; BVforIyoree.&pperiDgtOtbsVUt1taOt1Oa: : .. .nod State*"for the ant Cirenit,from 1S13 *>

-REMEDY FOR, TIJECURE OFCHRNIODIAFHcEA medicinal adqnta18S.or' the:8priagt mtitiuzOMr.oiWGentral Ld'"t Office. ;.. ; IlorDiY -r *--;. SC'tT I. IT oLtbiCosrt J815.'Second edition wits addUionat Motes V aad.

bare been obscured' *in. :the'jreater"_allurements' to V V jun5.13t- V 9 L'V'. ... .TJ Smith.. ',z Jl"thmt Mary Turner tho defendant iu thr above References/ 2 vols t5vo.. Bostpn.TSSST"I -:' : .
'
.
fashionable t- entitled resides oat of the State of Florida
VV case,
+ sbeald omit dolog JustTco to etiaga
if Court own
nEoieriisfseth, tie
my
V pP *
from'Ateuncbi4-'Iiri -V Vas
The railroad 1' VVr aad this Court, Therefore
ap.proachiog beyond Jarisdletioa'of I. wen as to ttia nnso of trutI ff.-lwere.M& to
AND these Springs and wfllaooa to.ako.tba' i.. :OSSIAN:B, HAET, : that the State the defendant of Florida Elisaa to'wit Smitb,lathe*resides,State beyond of on motion of.Oscar Hart;Esq,SoUehw fur I select the 4 teeb| atiftl3a8ibn..aad..> Report -
all northof
trip a delightful one from that cit1. sad| Cowplainaat Jt it tWerraYThat sdaat deleD-- "
._ .A TTO'aN E V"A.T.: L'A\V.. Georgia, oa motion of W Icsiq.i solicitor *is ipealoMas of ramutetithIY
DYSENTERY it;V la she meantime the stage run tri-weck-- and iL Ujg'OhiaIALT 0
'r I appeal ;jtowerJ f level dlt.r
it.is therefore Qrd.erd(hat'theaefcndantdo .7. 1..P1t upoa; .
for eomplalnant ; :
,
k
MtIal
1YTro. W.ashlntos,and.111 be daily jitter "JtE'r"VEsT;'rL.t. -
; : uf.J r.tal.,. omrfJa .t. withinfotontsoi. :u..ED .k .
-"Vhich ; wt' prodIliUaD"
hai6e .
plead. #
presented to.the public. It ,. A'4al11iD ohtagelwmbe,, rusbyMr.flii..t,1uiv .,; Practices I in. the United State* and Stat*Courts si biU, the same will M taken'as confessed'against ber.' r and accurate teaming as.r aiforOh btgbses
aitanda .upon-KB own 'merits, and needs:'nofsriTwir.JQrlr -----.,"-.I.nMl-- --------.. &tt.-tPlit.--,- 1.1"---., of the Mmthern Ditrictof Etprida.Staio .-" oomplainant" s ila'a f oar cW'Or' it tsyMrrber.OraVietf.Tbat a eopy of this order abiBt/aad wbdom.indeefiSjf. 7(2)
.: mi KOT inusf aad the meantime,be enrages to send,all passengers : :JaJ1 V JO.I.l V .' '" .- wiQ be taken. ,U confessed provided publictfon *.1 dul/eertifiedby derk'of.Uus Court' be. pub' ** V' V..V
: ruuat TO at the regular-{are.13,] asthey .may VV. .i V be made aLibis order as the law directs.; -. V witbJo4bo,Las-, I ;* V <>
M Jl. flKCUE. -IN5TAKCSVnranS -' ',present themselves. r i-V. V '. ": .. '. '.. '. : And a bearioewfll bo bad' said cause.at.. :the. Ished Cteuit fa some,of aeWlpllpu'prUlW Florida.weckeoaaseutively i_'BfiSO-c'tWilSamT) TtcroiDS'or:,Cisri'ia,

;' '.Valuable preparation ;Is V Tehas of beard 0-WDe as Ust'yearVis$9Sfor : *r fUrtdm' ..iiiiri CUcmlt- Moiw' next term tfaal 'thereafter.;;. .: .- tern bribe said of tour mostbs.'.' .,: ? .. I Out Circuit ConvIct tto-Cntted States:for,:ttot

.'JL from several mMinnsI. 'growing compounded in the the whole seasottr ending 1st October 079 for ifr-:5: .:r, ., .JI. -rooe.- .. ..... V : :( eriruscoTe& .OOUGf P.. ,n,'*< .-space-:HO. DOUGLAadgS, lw ..Cimli&froIII 181&.La 4iob.t"
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three mouths; too for two months; $36. for osemontkS1fortwe lO' ." ;( Y', :T* : '* J ; ',' ;. ? !
.Wflds of Florida It is .rcasxr sad ,. .' $lOforoneweekI,75 JoUym -... ; .V .VA A "" 1' :< ; LiSdor; GarnJo. Cferk'Tof Court Jo *Tbeeo Reports comprise elioas.ef.;Mr. .
weekll : k V
VegeUkk and designed wrxciAiir for the euro ,. :t' 1'L.'- t. + .''. : v2fMsyiab ''JI" eortify'tbat the above h'ntraa espy ftom Jnatie ,Story oa the t .dwai$ of JbojUnltod
$ perda1. Meals or IodgtDgJiO.oooyeacb.1'WYaDU .,, 7 : :.. &V&LSSOZOVQZI :. $; -
of she above dwease.' The Iaveat.r'&nd Propri- pg.'G '- V *Records of said Courtofaa*order nude on &U States, and foBowin oHer1 ftfterCMr.Gaffiaon'r; _
-otor is 'fkHyeoaviaeed that it-U .ar In valuable..Medkfao. HorsesOctLadayor1Oamontb.and children under 12 years,'half juice? ,Brijc.;;;n"..CHASCXXTroKDiyoacii; "Oaux* AT -, !El.: vKREPARATORY ..' -.. .)J". ,... ..i. .t-- ielftb dajTof May; I iaL:;,;+,'!> / AIa Reports.'.XTheDeeUioas rtlate I*a neat variety. --

..! la fact the test that he has given itia DANIEL WARa, '-4.-. ". ,: 'Cuxma'5 ".' 'K." 4.. td iH. V VL. witneo'.whereof 4."bmaato setmy tl aabjecU Constitutional ; :
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Uo town la which he resides and ass.sss.E V : Real Law/and Cbaacery;anctare ebaraetar- .
the >
*- ..JaJ1 ,-3m. -_ $tperintendent. appearing the, satis&ctlon of the-Court; : -$. 'band'and atartho.seal,of said Court. and V
secs with which. it ban met warrants .. IT.that the said bill has feoan-ftlooV and by'dee to i Mameacto g:.onefaUoiH .VS' ;;) ;lsJMu .MuiL: D55k.&c.M&Y15t851. .... teed.by the profound- |ylitutaittmi, -
i im fa faying. that it is POSITIVE CURE. V SberiOTs Sale.. proof that the saidAnn.E.Gurna V resides.)of 7.! wish toporehase '. .. "-. ....: :r' .to '" thoroughness of researeh-whJcfa teak embunk _
'Ho,bas therefore come to the determination to WILL expose to sale to the Wghest bidder in .this .tateto-n t at gpanisblWen-'ofitbo ,large; or small quantities;old boaopper, ; ; 'I' i.; ,taUaO.1JaeirTbe7filUicauaYw
afznkisadiesl
.tdace within the reaca of all,: knowing bow masiy I: *Brass for w'i 4'i his eomp rUooia point
front of tbe Court House door.ill the town of &'.IIIt..1a1aa It is t r4eredtha&th.sa1d.Ann 1 V
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;. suffer with this very TOpJeaiant and often danru '. .tt.. .. .. ..r..roEOaGE.J4O ? a&flttywttk the bcatvolumfttof tbf n ..Jt--.
Jacksonrilla X> val eoanty,se the,Jint > appe&l', '.' -P'a, .
C Dbeaae, partwularfjr. U the Southern and in September! next, at the usual boars of sale the against aai4"w.0"or -Wor the first Monday .ae ; .r., ,! !." -j t' J'SIIIII ntl l.f -..- .. -. .. : -
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following property to wit i.That certain _. In defaeltQXbIekss1d.ppsar- :-:-- : _;' 'J UJr.C .livui -, ( "} --
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pmrehasiBr.jmy !,XOlMrt Lu.s'.d' be or panel of land,sHaate lyiag,'and,being .anee,the said bm will be taken foii/essaagains S '' -"; -SaIe.S.V.S.V I .f i" t. ; tire portrofCeases argued awl dst vnslaed" in Sbo Cl?.

; .u4 .for;. _I1EGBERT g'o. la tbe town of Jaeluonville,DataT county,and bar, provided tbat a'-Pl.ot..this .order.bo pub- ,.' tVflaj&th: J"or- ..L'wL..1' .?">- mu.aa or'Jasboo1IUS! i.Ieb,. euirCktat of the-Uatsa fot t*..First Or-. Vtiz

.. tttat of florida and boq and described oa the lubed la'some pnSlio newspaper of this State tofthespaceof : ___ :* hat as bo intend*laying la a4aw.stock.r'Fii; Z yovO.r : ,.tiit..
PblNSETT. plan or map of said town as thewest half*f.lot six mbntbkbeToretnevaidfirstMon.' : ;&b auentlenVdcrm. .pOVStThO1. .:and Winter Goods,that be wilT dispose itbli :; T9JamedGDW\h. 1,. V
.. ?P.'S.Planters ahoa1cI'b without'tbis vala- : amber fire la square number ten/togetaer waDa ''Oat n*November,:or provided that. if C:copy of arof rr-'J&... dlui.. chN : .present 1 sumiaer stock ol4t1 go6dsndaeedtihiriees Mastic Story,and feral*ceotifeifatkHi ta Hwf. V

able Medicine. Every family'ought-.,kaep:itoabaad. singular the teuemostheediusaesLa&nd "lsId: bin.'andlof tnis-orderhaU ,be'perscaallyserved A1I laro BoDen IIIIiUU 150 a.4JOQ ..'.,, tis1stIg Ia prtStInInnd .$' vies eE GUIs000MtOVTb.i n.lths VbreesatothIma&e1atOpast1eutrty
-- .> r.r' '. .- appurtenances thereto Woa Cor.1a'any wise -pon ofdeUvaMo her,then she is harsh y raflons nepeeUvely. ; : qMcLa3Mka.VV.IL oaTiIULor !ireid.sad, ti.La Q.a tOOIIesa (.
A.. M. REED principal Agent C r"Jaekso&giQe. appertaining."'Property forth in vodgsaM ,ordered to appear-'andJlead,answer''oragainst V -' ,iJ X .C -' .J' .- i GiaI c an4 Adniirnltycndare ef great_ '.
; 1" !"' will be sold to satisfy a jn4aeutofore loeure aid bul,ofl the first rule'day.after three For additioaai particulars applybc 8.'V.rBA-. :,1. ..: :kI4 .aecI. $1I .M..N.:4'1.T.: }.V ?Jr :':*Jr-\ :-- !' .'

; A number*f respectable Nruhai which Mr. against Elisha Hall and Elisabeth Hall bis wife,'. months after-the'satd: service'or delrrery,Iv ds- KEtt.AUonte.7_. ..1I''JaeUoariDe.'EUL_ ,. V f.q Work, Jfl345J4VCo5j.P ;' i8m"i R mt .iw.fti.

'f. has In possesibn,.wifl. be hereafter pnbliihedAug. : lafYOOZGSOIf005Tt.--*, V : ''r :fault.Whereof the said bill win be token/ro.c *.. .' .\" f. U't tj t \: ..V$.: V1fr4flg :"tJuI :- -i., -VV V ,easesirgesdiad decTmIaOdVLatkaLis.. _
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bas eoooeated to as*As btoUgent in4b Hoas door, ta the-town of eopy Vt ColesUa '- -ji i:. -t r;.. "Wt' {! ._ :,
*sale of tJa boo'and lot*ad in the oUootion. JacksonrQle*the first.Monday.49optakber rfafaaaftoWonflfatocryoaoac ; 'i y.. : : ''vs.-. 'SStit--< D4ttJ*"*0Ase I _.' ,k .1'. <&* ; W-U tt.w. S ) '
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next between the asuil boon of sak all Tth ,interest .
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II S of township five.raare 24 Soutb ;" ;: .C :; ;,?. p- t..... J(w..BA1tTO .; V'V
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I THE : i iS ; GR8fl'FOUNDItYNo4nft1 inth I ImaLIonohatwOL

I VE.12ttD*mtmuDAY r 1 flTIHE Faeult?of. lMtnn'll* detho ,stm.ntYnow-same

5 Jeks' nvtn Vl>iiTta County; -Stes1tWw OrI nLT J.L;* nderJlts i we ntv rga ,e* i pnIiegsef* lamafMA-nastablishment,
AHiftdor the following earnedprofessorship P r-
from its relation
result
witboaistugihO**whki :
VMB1bItE'r iMatere. aeoUl &orat1cIen$ .
t S of 1 SzAiarge -L.onardSe.tI& C. : -
L. totbe ;
;; &nd elegant djejwLthahI4be ueces N654'f.ISiwet,
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: $ flS pet. MJ& V -theycta.lIfwhtretdfgivemascall s > +- -' -- sary fix wtes of a compute ooarding ntabUshment, ONTUWE tpebiWs th#four 3raajag

\ipon o'rdcring the Paper.Pabiiirjptioai ., : R2Z7ATLAW ttttttslfodfim*treetNewYorkr; attf ei professorship of'nuthtmaUci- -* maturalphilosdphr. has been erected and fumlsbedi which the-*ta- qUtttT1BaYIIwi.ia4.Biaekwoo4g

,If a6 'paI4-Vfcre flie rpk Uoaof 17 canal street Row flew Orleans; where -I-amrud7.toA1rnlIbflomWitknU .. :of rhetoric: &n4etlu4ettreLA r : : dents of the Academy board,wider the Immediate M&gasin.in to which they bate re .
ltg1orColmbkCoirWWthSKt kind*of BOOK** Aprofeuoribhp charjte of PrincJpalrand' bleAuistant4- 11 tomamenoed the publlcatlenof a"Fame1G'uidiIo
r the year;are charged 54: ?. SI' NEW5PAPft-TTpg,6f the newest and Mostbeau'1YlO74in1aopreparcdto --- profeswwhip hcIfhstq;jwid Batttral his5 -. all its exercises' eondmte&wr a sy tcn> of its
vcriiumenta wffl be tosertad"Vhe followingrs. 1 f. O'BxaI supply the milchAdmired. ,- :-: .; : : own,unln tempted by jth lntereU or;operations $ -
'Office at Alligatof. J Office at Nevnanntilea of civil engInaer1ng. ., -
t rs.je One Dollar p r square (otwS1T..llfle$)for < :SeotehlettarrfaaYJnjf intelyvrocuredrem professorship drawing t of,the Other department.The furniture of the tcJfttre:' ;;
and
( : professorship of modern languages
! the fir!t,'and S ttftly-Tive Cents(bf Tery wbiejnent I- W..BAEER I together Scotland with. scries f those -beautiful,faces, ,- *; ts5- ;:?-; tz -. tt >iXiff- *. Study-room and dormitories ;has beea chosen Br H 5 T-STBPBsas. F. R a, T
; every variety el f rlE.and-patternoaOauAnJpnj ; sessions With peculiar reference to comfort and convenience author of the 4.Book,f tht Fan "
llbertldisoonnt The Collegiate Is divided into two
< insertion.: .2'o yearly Adverttseri TlTS BoRDKBINa year has been in. e
-4'TORRRY 4 dint for study/and no expense spared pro- risudbyJehn ; 'ANGfl1!
< wtfoks eaefcufThe
transient Advertiift.monts eI feel assured that elegance and or termsof twenty-one to render the
r4 ni e made.AH ; t A'C i: t if i k accuracy session the fourth'Wednesday,of riding Apparatus necessary Profossvrof Sdenifl. Agnlcu1tu,,$ '
o JIT *,> A'O-T? >t df l i. utah ;thevTypo maanfactsred by me-uannot ba commences on, of instruction eowbkU giving to Newark ci
;
aeeonnt means '
: (except by persons narlng a'rnnnlng surpassed by"any Founder,Jn-the Uni'su1;; hit an October;and tbe'Mcond oa the fourth Wednesday Academy.facilities foryncdle tfdy and comfort- %

with the office) must be paid for preyioai to Sttbliatloa. ? .- tyftrenee! -- --- entirely new method in the intr1ngandc..tag1; of April. :Each- 1* followed' by# a:Vacatloa of able aecoutmodatlons of stndcflt- (ally;eqnt1ti large royal octavovofanea '

., Hon.W.B. FLZJUKO,: Savannah, Georgia..Mareh'20.1851. .- ant enabled to maintain the.,virtues of the compel five weeks" -. : those afforded by manyof: our colleges.' ; -. > with IS erc20..j< ttainnfi,1 steel
'pa"es. plendid ,, ,.
S ">ersonsat:a d1tancecngonr'tbe1r remit .-I- sent parts of the-metal-.and thus.,to produce,; ID COUftSOFIST1tttCTIO 1jrom Its jntjmstaneIattnntO th Colege, -it- ind more than 00 engravings,.on wool ., ,,
addition to an elegant,the mostiouof and durable }'RESnStAN Ct.5S.4 1ATYbOUII'Xenopb n's dent ot the>Academyjinjoy: many 1 j tances for advertising,by the following rates Type, heretofore offered;to >the public,; To this Anabasis; Algebra, begnn; History, egun. : not genraUy: blainedat Institutions this kind mplcmeatT;ffhosfcandrTt, lllbztnstjng no41n.iz at e.t.v

One square (twelve liiws) published 'x monthJfef United- States- Mutual Inuifance last feature' I would, in particular call your attention 1L: Llvy. finished;Homer's Odlssey begun'M4gebra Those who wish to parsawsome,vartfcnbtf branch farmers! tho best method*of plongbjag by the best,'
planting.
'" Company forsoBdlty and:.durability"of.Type IB, on linisfied 'lifetory con- which falls more properlv within the college course *
: Sk .- fc > ; ; Geometry Wgun; harvesting; tie., <&o th.;various dcraesUo.
WEST the.principle of economy,: of the grextest importance tirtued. may be admitted to recite in any; of the Colleger animals
POTTSDAMNEWTO&K. ia their
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9 'rtrf'-f highest
1500 > petftcttea
"Two ? :.la1
for months ; v 'i "shorttke
squares, fix to .*typographers. Tbe.mentbers of the anlshed abo of ato|,discretion -
,IIL Horacev begun; Homer's Odfisey, ; classes.Student. proper ago Pictorial!feature of the book I
*
Legal and other Business C&rdaperai. 10 00Kcttees jth sthy;B. GIBUSAteM or&ft'Will also find me ready to supply all kind ol Geometry live books; History, ftnUhad.-' -' ,'by recommendation -th-k'nncip3l-and render it of incalculable "Value nniqveand to tie student will

t4 to debtors and creditors, -' 7 00 PaiNiwa .OryiCB FpasrrnftH, for the establishment Jusioa CLASS.-I.:Tacitus; beguaj- Tie Prometheus permission of the Facnlty/may enjoyth ,ttso*of agricnltnre. -* .- ... of
Application for letters of administration, '5 00 MATPOUT MILLS, OVV AX. CO., FLA, of complete Printing Offices,such M Preacof of Eschylns, and Electra:of Sophocles; the College Library ,w1tboutraddiuonal charge. The work Is being published ia {
: t; May22,1851 Itf > "' / Wood Type Cases, Stand, .Brass, Press and Analytical Geometry, flniihed; Calculus; Natoral Admission )ilso'may.b Notice of Application dismbuwTlu Adminljtrater .5' Wood Rules Imposing Stones, imposing Sticks. Thco1ogyEvIdeees of Christianity "L .* -- inch other privileges.of tha"'College can b* Steel f&1pages each; :exclusively'of,-the

b > $IG 00 Brass and.,Wood Galleys RigleU, Closet Hacks, IL Lagio Mental Philosophy;Tb. Alceitls1 profitably enjovedby academical students ,. Tor the-entire engraylcgs work; and numbers is,sold at 2 of> cent which,'or.nh 85.
,
AEIERIOAn! AND FOREIGN Euriildes tacitusliInIsbe4 atsriI PbiIoophy; The charge for Boarding, washing, fue1Jight,; : *re
For Sane ancemc&t of candidates for office j 8 00 ; ; will oeat least twenty-two- X *<
; AGENUY -Old Type taken in exchange for new at 9 cenU Mechanics bend. -. &o., with Taitidtf la English, Latin, an /Ke; announcement will be made unless the same S.- perlb." ..rhetradsdei.l$ with the ] dollars, for the Summer-Session,'-and The.BrtiisbPcriudkahs'no-pn1ettahad 'are y
liber 'ine it -
on Plato's seventy
4 most IlL Moral Philosophy; Gorgias; follows,TisI;; I .**' *' .
W accompanied with the amount charged. CITT OWASUINGTON, terms, and patronage solicited- n.the,ground of Captive.of Plaatus; .Mechaaics,- Hydrostatics, seventy-five fir the Winter Session. .The only The London Quarterly Revtwj(Censervative'f*

Edilofkl notices for "private benefit will be TTNDER the direction of AARON HAIGHT furnishing to the purchaser an article with which Pneumatics, and Meteorology extras are one dollar per session for incidental expense -. The Edinburg Review, (Whigt-TBe.: >NorUS
; U he will be pleased and which will bring him the I. Horace,finhshodXenOphon's and afee of eight dollars for ModernLancnages *'
; double the cf PALMER of New York, and WORTHINGTON S50PHOMORK CLASS. British Retiew, (Free Church,): The Weffala-
rate advertising.Reliciens
sharped worth of.his I fee -of five dollars'for Drawing,
etoilfcicerode ands
GARRETTSON SNETHEN of New money. ,\ .Memorabilia; eometry/laUbeditt Men Review Liberal.y and ClackwoodXEdb.
: i' ;Obituary, and Marriage notices,will Orleans,..Attorneysand' Counsellors the Supreffle .' Editors Printers wishing to establish a News rio -: ; : from-thos*who enter these classes: 'The session burgh Magacine, (Tory.) '
1T ke published gtalis.Communications. Conrt of the.United fctatei/; ,**#" paper;or-Job Printing Office, "will be furnished Ainicitia and do Senectutej Herodotus and 'racatlons'df Preparatory Department Although these works are distinguished? the:

must be post paid.J. This establishment is formed for the following with an estimate in detail'of the cost by" stating ,begun Plane Trigonometry;Spherical Trigonometry is the same as those of the College. political shade above indicated; yel'buta, small
p1II objects.--------------- ,_ - size of paper and kind of work to be executed. ; ft hetoric, continued. ," .Rev.MATTHEW.MERiS/A [.,, portion of their content* Isdevoud.to
L 1. For practicing law In the Supreme Conrt'ol Publishers of Newspapers-who will insert this :III. Cicero de Offieiis; Herodotus,finished; Surveying S President of Delaware College s subjecta. 'It their'ton-ary.'eharaeter.political wklekgives
'
j P Sanderson the United States and conducting r&'fwlona1 advertisement three fiwnths, and send me-the papers : Analytical Geometry,.,begun-Rhetoric- NAitDelro&l3d: : them their'chief value saInththey-
: containing it addressed to' "Nesbitt's Register
: business before Congress. S .uiibed.- ; S : stand confessedly far above i.h ether
.s ATTORNEY AND COUNStLLOll AT LAW, 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claims ,'* New York will be paid in'materials of.my -- SBNIO'R CLAS.-Political Philosopby} The CHEAP C-ASH -STOJIE. their class, Blackwood,still under the Jo;mastedy rtal* of
in law manufacture,provided they purchase six times the Andria of Terrenco The Clouds of Aristophanes; ". -
; "
btrI JVING removed his office from Columbia or equity, against the United States before amount of their bills for ; l--_ guidance of Christopher North,maintaint-ancient -
advertising.
Acoustics Electricity Magnetism *
;Optics, :
County to Jacksonville, Duval County Congress or the executive Departments, or H. GREEN -- I celebrity, and is, at this time;unusually*utractive
against foreigm- Governments-before Boards of r'V H. II. Elements.of Criticism/Butlers,Analogy; 3II.; ,Mc1 r.c ,from the serial works of Bulwer and
1 respectfully Informs hi friend that)be will continue Commissioners.i, V > $#. i M*'r i''No128 Fidtonst.VJfew itow York, andS Cicero' Tuseulao Questions; Demosthenes- de Corona -nflakes this method to Inform his' friend/and I II literary notables, written, for that Magazine ether ,

t : the pkuoe.oflhIs profession, as formerly- 3. For the settlement Of' accounts with the Jand.- ".Nod* Canal st. New 3m Orleans,, ;Voltaic Electricity or Galvanism; ElectroMagnetism j I JL the public generally that he has commenced and A-st appearing its eottn&ns both in.-Gre

. ; He will, attend at each and every Term of.theCircuit r. StaW, .Treasttiy,;-War, Navy, Post Office, and : ,-Magneto-Electricity::, ,,.* ElectroDynamics business in Jacksonville East:.Florida- and soli- Britain and ia the United States. ,Such works as
4 L Interior Departments, and:'obtaining the remission Astronomy begun sits patronage-having recently visited New York;: 5'The Cantons"and My New Novel,'*,(both by
; .Court) In the ..severalCounties.ofitaeEastern r of fines,penalties, and forfeitures, for alleged ., ... /Jacksonville Hotel ii!.,The CoMtita&m of the'United States; Philadelphia, 'Baltimore- and .Sarannah.-at Bnlwer,) "My Peninsular MedaI,''*"Tlw-Greta

t, Judicial- Circuit, the County. of'Hamilton'in r violations>of the -revenue, post:office, or:other finUE:Subscriber baring become the purchaser Astronomy, finished: The Science of Heat; Tber-- which places complete arrangements y have been Hand,"and other serials, of which numerous rival

' :.j the Middle Circuit, Use Supreme law*. ,? _. .,.., ., .. -JL -: and sole Proprietor ofl this well known mo-Elcctricity; Chemistry and Geology : made'forthe successful prosecution aQ-kinds editiOnsr.felaued by toe-leading>pnbluhersia

Court Tallahassee and the U. S. Court at St.Augustine. 4..For secnrinir letters patent for Inventions HOTEL, respectfully informs the public generally PHILOStWI1ICAIirAPPAaATUS. business in which our .8outhermPlanters are I this country, have to be reprinted'of those puVlishert -
at from the United States or from foreign Govern that he has added to the former house twenty-odd --The College is provided!with a,Philosophical interested. Goods of every description will ba I from the pages of LIatkwood.aft,it hat

All business entrusted to his care ments.and procuring land warrants and pensions mere cOiflfoiI&ble rooms, with over fire hundred Apparatus,'that furnishes ample means of experimental procured at- short notice and,-supplied at. very been itiutd by-Menn. Scott tf Co.so thatsubFcgibento -

t will receive prompt attention. under the various :pension laws'OftheUnited feet front, with piazzas in front and rear, making illustration in all the different branches of SMALL PKOITS. .,.. the Reprint of that Magazine may always -
;: -'- ""Address J. P. SAXDECSOX Jacksonville' States. > as'comfortable as any Hotel in the;South, Natural Philosophy. The ram of three thousand PRODUCE of every kind will be received on rely on having that ezs/iesr.readtng'of these
;, '- Dwoal Count- Honda. 6; For collections generally, embracing' debts Which now will enable him to accommodate over dollars has recently been expended, partly ia this sale or shipment upon which liberal ad caneu will' fascinating tales. _' '
*, legacies, and inheritances, in the United Slates one hundred and fifty persons His table will bounder I country,and partly London and Paris,.in-the btmnde. Arrangements made.for Shipping ZTim* ". TERMSpcrannnia.. <*'

s iackionvrne1 Jan. 17, 1850.. tfMcQueen fcnd foreign countries. -the superintendence of, anioxpericnced purchase of now apparatus to the-pres- her of'every quality. ? _. ." For any one- of the four Reviews,* $$ 00
-.- -. 6. For th purchase and sale of lands In any of house-keeper of the North, by.whose aid he flatters cut advanced state of the Physical Sciences. BOOKS, PAPER &STATIONERY.of every For any two do *?" -. 5 03
the States Territories of the Union, and loan himself be shall not be rivalled by any Hotelin -- EXAMINATIONS variety will be kept oa hand or supplied on short For any three 'do ';7 00

Hclntosh, ing moneys "on,mortgage of real estate lying the South, being now enabled, by the constant notice/ :'", For all four of the Reviews, .. 800
A TTORNEY AT LAW, (herein. .- ,L>y, t S A. steam communication Savannah and Charleston .At the close of each stttdy'dr branch of study, Through arrangements with RookPubtshers I For BlaekwoodV Magazine, .800
S 7. For Investment of funds in United-'States to have the advantage of the fine markets of r the members of the class are carefully examined, flatter myself that country dealers can be supplied L For Black wood and three Review 90J
; AViLt attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern and State stocks and loans,collection the dividends those cities. In addition,he has made arrange.I and at the close of the year, in all the studies- of with SCHOOL BOOKS oa better terms than they For Blackwood and the four Review*, 10 00

Circuit; the UnitedStatesTMstrict at St.Augustine thereon, and, generally for the transaction ments.In'connection with the Hotel, at I the j ear,in the presence of.a Committee the can have their orders filled in New-York.- .." For Far er's Guide [complete in 22 No j'? 5 OJ

y. ; ; the upreme Ccart atTallahassee; of all business pertaining to a.law; loan;, and to furnish fine horses and carriages for the accommodation .: Trustees; and their attainments---are""communicated It shall be my aim to satisfy all who may favor Payments to be made in all eases in advances
banking of his gnesU. ,I to the Board of Trustees. me with their both "
' Claims for citizens in jrt of agency. *- patronage, as regards price CLUBBING. *
and any
: prosecute All communications addressed, postpaid, to The increasing reputation which the climate of r .RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTIO and quality. A 'discount of tiftnly-five ptr.ctntfrontue

* Florida against Government at.Washington, Messrs. Palmer & Snetben. American and For Florida possesses in the estimation of tho.medical In addition daily mbrning'and evening prayer AGEiNCjlESTbe .. above prices will be-allowed to labs, ordering

L either before Congress or at the Department eign Agency, city* of Washington,''will receive acuity, for the euro-of consumption and other divine worship Is held twice on every Sunday, agencies of several ;important PATEST four or more copies ,of any one or more'Jbf the

r '.*&}-ADDRESS, Jacksonville, Last Honda. prompt and-faithful- attention.. .-' pulmonary diseases, has induced a vast increase S and the recitation on Monday morning always MEDICINES have been obtained, among-which is above works. Thus 4 copies of-Iackw-oud'r
tf"James fALMER-t SJf THEN, of travel to this State daring the fall and winter in the Greek Testament. At the request of his one-of the Review'will be sent Scour address for
.:May 2, 1S0 Office No.8 Carroll Place, Capitol HilL months,of those who seek the relief afforded by a parent or guardian student'is permitted to attend $9 ; 4 copies of the four Review Blackwood

't_; J. I JttjS. lawtt. milder atmosphere ; and in- view* of.this.tact the any place of worship which himself,' or the forS30; and soon.G9 .--" ... .>
S W. Bryant subscriber has determined that his exertions to parent or guardian,may select. 'One member of Orders from tints must b -sent direct to
merit.the patronage which. haht.be bestowed I CAN the publisherr discount from these
Bounty Land and the Faculty will attend at each of the different ; IAN as.no prices
-A1rT ANY ANDCOUrSELLOZ-AT-LAW, General Agency,I IWasliLnton upon hint shallbe without regard to toil or ex places of worship, (Presbyterian, Episcopalian, can bo allowed ttK gwif*. -

I \ViU attend to Prtfcsrfonal bnsineu la the Courts ,;D. C. penseSAMUEL BUFFINGTON. and Methodist. ,) Iath village and note all absen- Moniey enrrent in the Mates where,issued,,ill
E. F. October 3 1850. tf
-
; -
Jacksonville toe. -. be received at .\
:
par. ;
Florida la the Fed- WALKER ?
Circuit of and wiU
of the Eastern give"prompt
'
k 1 JOSEPH attention to the BOUNTY Two, at-least, of. the Professors, with their : CO-Remittances'-and communications should
wral Court lor the Northern District of Florida. LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers engaged .Jacksonville Male Institute. families will reside in the College buildings, and be always addressed post paid or franked to the

l i Aub AGENT in the FLORIDA WAR,- or in either of the INDIAN will board.at a common table, with the students, A CfUVAIN Publisher- :. LEONAKJ)SCOTT & CO.79 .,-

I: 'for'general Easiness In the j&ate, .respecting WARS in which the U. States have been enraged, REV. I. SWART; A/M., PRINCIPAL. who arc required them to the occupy such rooms as may be Fulton i-N entraneeobi (t.'GTbe .
assigned by faculty.,
or the War with Great>Britain of ,1812;-to REMEDY'WORMS. Globe
1i. grants and donations 'of lands, and the location ; e
claims on the.U.States for MILITARY SERVICES; ADMISSION. .
Rates, Tuition. A Congressional Agricultural Literary
or selling thereof. SUPPLIES, TENSION?, LOST PROPERTY, &0., and tony of In order to admission to the entire course, ,
pursue
ALSO ACEKT a description of business requiring an Agent or Orthography, Reading.Defining, Arithmetic a student most be at least fourteen years of age: unquestionably the best WORM MEDICINE ia use; .- .-r :Rewtpape5 -.-r-

: collection'' Claims the United Attorney at Washington. For procuring Land --and Penmanship, per quarter, 8400 must give, satisfactory evidence or good moral it i* a positive remedy,and can always be depend TUG umlersigced submits- tbeimblk his
r for,the of upon Warrants,his charge will be *5 In other cases Geography,..Grammar. History Compost- character and must sustain an examination in the edjon and i*perfectly safe in its-operation. wr the GLOBE and its reports for

States -Military or other services, pensions, tbe charge will be proportioned to the nature and sition, Elocution and Book Keeping, _.' 5 00 folio wing studies, vixt : : ALSO, the next session Congress.. Coogrcas-has now
supplies furnished volunteers,and for bones or difficulty of the case. Higher.branches of-English, Mathematical Arithmetic, Element of Algebra t. Latin and DARLEY'S ARABIAN HEAVE REMEDY, so liberally patronized nndertakis that itwill

other lost,for Whka the United States lie will also act in connection with Agents or and Scientific course, G 00 Greek Grammar, Jacob's or Felton' Greek 'An article of great merit and which no one who established as a Standard work worthy f
property .. Utorney in Florida, who maybe employed in The Ancient Languages, 10 00 Reader,and the-first two' books of Xenophon's owns a Horse should be-without.DtV ts official imprimatur,unless the undersigned ubin

Is liable.. Jounty Land and otber claims, on terms which A quarter consists of eleven weeks, and-two Anabasis, Jacob's or Doering's Latin Reader,Sal- his duty. This will not be the ease if earnest
.* Address Jacksonville. East Florida.J may be agreed upon. Letter [which should be lust Csftsar Cicero' Select Orations Christie Galvanic Belt. Bracelet, effort can avail.. The GLOBE is- the only paper
k: sessions a day: 9 to 12 a. to., 3 to 5 p. m.r; or .n&Yir. 'Hecltljiee and Magnetic Flaid.
post paid will receive immediate attention. Exercises commence on Monday, the 3d day of gil, or what shall be deemed equivalent., that will furnish full reports of the proceedings aod
Jane 5. lawtf. February For the Removal and Permanent Curt-;.of aft debates of the two'Houses of Congress; and having '
* NcR brt Baker, I next.1851. tf ..EXPENSES.ESTEASCK S Nervous Diseatn, received their.sanction as such,the best Reporters -
January
ATTORNEY& COUNSELLOR AT LAWt Notice ". FEZ.-If the student enter as Fresh And of those" Complaints:which'are caused b ran will be engaged to write out the debatesofeaehday'whicb
JAKES SULLIVAN; man,five dollars; if as Sophomore, ten dollars; impaired;weakened or unhealthy condition: of will'undergo: the revision of
JACKSONVILLE FLA. TO TOE OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS if a* Junior- fifteen dollars; and If as, senior, the '. the Members. -The work, after passing through
Bfo. 19 VVbltaker, near Bar Street,- twenty dollars. --, -. NERVOUS the DAILY GLOBE,and correction will
;f WILL; "practice ia the Courts of Lbs Eastern OF THE SEVERAL WARS SINCE ? : SYSTEM.' receiving ,
SAVANNAH GA. 1st Session. 2d Session. This beautiful and convenient of be presented,as finished, ia the.CosaaESSiaXAi.
THE REVOLUTION. application the
in the'
: r Judicial Circuit, Supreme Court at:Jacksonville Tuition, 2100 '. *
$2100 | myrteriou power* of GALVANISM and MAG GLOBE and APPENDIX. ? -t _
and in the United States District Court BY a recent Act of Congress, officen and iol- WHOLESALE AND RETAILTIXWAREJ1ANUFACTORY Room rent, 400400 NETISM,has been pronounced distinguished I The debates will probably increase in interest--

er the Northern District of Florida Having (who hav not received) are entitled Incidental expenses, 100 100Us physicians,both in Europe and the United States, during the next session The one-subject which

an'efficlent and reliable agent at Washington he to OUNTiLAND, for Bert ices of one;month DEALER f* *of Library, -e 75 75Janitor's to be the matt valuable medicinal discovery the engrossad the last,will Jonbtless.give,way W others -
or more; the widows,and minor children of those Wages 100 100 Age. S of great varietywhich,- in this'progressive
will,prosecute claims against the United States deceased,are also entitled. The Subscriber will _Japanned-- Br'ltaitlo, Planished/Ware, Fuel for Oratory and Recitationroom -- Dfl.VILCOX'SCompound country, the eoafiietsof party and the ambttion
undertake, at a moderate compensation, the c- &eitc.- ; '1 50 160
before Congress and the Department at Washington Extract of for place aad distinction necessarily,prodnce.-
claims of those Intereste& Having been einp1oyed Cooking Stoves and Ranges, of Fuel is afforded to the students at cost. A sum -- Sarsaparllla, Vast interests Will beat stake upon the decision
In public office for several yei&rs, his expersencein ALLklnds'of approved patterns; for families, equal to the probable cost is advanced by each Original'of .Toienseitifs.: of the next Congress J and there i*great taleat fat
Being perma.usit1'Jocate& Jacksonville, he such matters will enable him t agord peat hotels, and ships(and all other Moves for parlor, student; if mqre is consumed it is charged tohLnif L T IS NQWWELLKNOWN' BY MANY, both branches, which will be evoked ia their discnssion -

I will give lus.entire and unremitting attention to facilities to claimants for LAND AND PEN hall, or public places.'..steve Pipe and every descriptionof less, the balance is refunded .AND easily proved by us, that, :- All the honors of the -Ref ubhle,'dependent
,his profession, and all businesi entrusted to bisHe SIONS, and save them a great deal of trouble Sheet Iron Work'made at nottee.F .- Board is furnished with tbe families of the Pro TOWNSEND Z oa"the succession to the JVesWeneyia*well

d and expense. Where he obtains nothing; no and Lift Pumps'Beer'Pumps Lead Pipe, fessor at two dollars per week.: ..' did obtain.from DR; .W1LCOX the receipt for- as all the great and permanent interests which,go
&rsi charge is made..-TA11 letter post-paid will receive Tin PlateSheet Iron,Wire,Galvanized Iron,Sec. Washing at the usual rates/ manufacturing the original \> to the advancement of the power of the country,
-. -- -- will also attend to any business.**, >rompt attention, and/the,necessary-forms,and CASH purchasers of Tin .Ware can be supplied ..All dues are payable ia advance.- The TuLion : "' will give uapube to .the,action of the next Con-
: at prices as low as they can buy in New York orbewhere. is remitted on application;to all students designed WLCOiCOMPOU4VD-- -" ,"* -
-
:- NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER ; .' Orders from Florida,Sooth Carolina, for the J/inistry. ': and that lie'did.after the'character and reputatioa : The Daily ClcAe wUlhe pnblisned daily daring
j ? 'Appointed-by the Governors of the foDowingStaUsvtoUke ..... ,S---.-: Washington C. and the interior, are eolieited.ug29l85O. -. The tuition fee for Modern Languages will ; was established,as being the most ,* the session Congress ,and weekly.the remainder
October 1850. '' tf tf eight dollars per session,to be paid to the lastr.tor !, ,
,'Adavits, and.Ai- -" EXTRAORDINAE.Y. MEDICINE of the yea ;It will contaia full and.faithful reports -
ia advance. .. -TZ n . ''knowledgmente to be used therein : the. following-diseases, anti proceedings Housn ofA Congress
FACTORAGE AND COMMIS- : .'Agricultural Warehouse. for ttvdenit who do not design to prosecute the -Scrofula.. Consumption,King's Evil, Salt ; and miscellaneous articles on base gekeral
p 11aflC Virginia,, whole Cow-it required degree limited Rheum which lflsderotesl.- T' .
: for a a mare Erysipelas, Scald hlea4Tiht. subjects -- *
I : "Vermont,r North Carolina, ,_ 8IOST BUSINESSfBlBC / AVING'cultural'purchased the from entire Messrs.stock.Denslow of agri- range of ttuditt it/urnithtd, adapted to the ness of the-Chest- Dyspepsia; Palm *' ,11je ir jUyG/o6 -win 1 contain 'Agricoltaral
UNDERSIGNED formed .implement tphertand eoitrte of.life of each' individual .station of the Heart; all and miscellaneous articles and
-,11asachueetts: South Carolina, having a con Webster, the, would to so and ; wQl occasionally
S jYork 'JL- nection la the above Business, to be conducted the that they undersigned have announce said &10 far aitch can 6e rcaionabljt anticipated. '- Nervous Affection General Floor-AK give debates of atieh Importance''as command uni-
public Increased
Georgia greatly
? iaSAVANNA II.under(he name of" stock;embracing beside a variety of other The studies of this Course are arranged under the busier Whites,' Ithenmatism, Syphffiv Liver vtrsal interest." ', **** '

: :i -'enn.'yIvans*, Alabama, .. -- DtEtIEWJiL1-E-i: articles generally,'of the following great character and -.. /-following departmenU,to wit: S '- ComplaInt Cancerous Humors Mocurial Diaea- .-The-price of th "1Vetkly Gldbt ia reduced
: Delaware! hiissipp ? -Agricultural and horticultural implements rlsLA MATHEMATICAL DftARTMKIT la whlclr sea, &e.Jto., -. *!_ "' ,..' oee doliar,with a-view to obtaia:a more gsnenl
Bra description
inefr i : -
I leave to tender thefr services to friends'b "
:' beginning with S .Forsome ; and 'no doubt in circulation _
: ArithmetiQ
and the purpose order to
Mary1ud Texas; of variety of the and Algebra, ttv- c
r* Georgia, South Carolioa, Teanessea;-Florida; every ; mcrecent dent will be carried, teriatim?throogh all the make it cheap, (for the genuine cannot be made The C ZGlobwil1emnbo4yftbas
.p -. jan l;-- ly and Alabama;- with the assurance that all business impfdvod description; nv Jjundred plows jofcverj higher branches Mathematics, ending Ia without great,expense) pollute ifwith minerals,-- done for the last seventeen''yean Cpngresslonalproceedings
t? maleriuls and
entrusted to them will receive their description: |for; tanners, currtC/Vj .
devoted atten beir application to Natural PaUosopy, AttroaonJy such.as-corromve. Sablimato; Bnlpher. Salts and debates exclnsiyeI \/
tion. M. M.DYE,of Savannah.JOSEPHLSREWMAKE.. brasp and iron founders,embracing every.article -' Saltpetre & .-fca. ', '_ '
-: OSOAR HART ; S.tr-vj, % .; ? ieV: / :- c .. 'ttmifpeiutix will embracelhe revised speeches
,. v .. used in S Sd-iAjoiwaiisn, D4EftnN1-Culnpi5tn* consequence of the above *bnseJJr, separately- the messages of the President of
\ \'AJ TOR NEY AT LAr, Savannah,Feb. 1851: ,* of Burke co, C.Apr. 5 &c.. ;manufacturers'prices. '- instruction in Ortbpby1teadfnE1ocnUo WlLCOX has concluded to give his whole tim S the United States ai the reports of the Heads of
.-17., :, > 6m & JMiscELLASEOtrs.Roller' and commongins; Grammar ; and talents"to the manufacturing of tbe Executive Departments -
Writing ,Composition *
iti; I. Office Jipoa the Seoond floor at Court-house, Jack screws, store- and cotton, tracks;:wheelbarrows ;GeographyHistory -, ffJy'OWJf Tb. Congrauonaf Llo&aed-:4ptz-wil1
be
_, : RbetorioLofiei Intellectual ORfGINAli'.tiOSIPOU.Nl
- ""*' '. -I Philosophy, )
i rf road
> ; hydraulic force ,
I I. Forsyth street. :. Sea Island Cotton Gins. % patent
: i ckffA; practice In the:wveral.counties of the rUESttBSCItIBE&tehea this opportunity Georgia and French burr millstones;calcine.castings the Constitution. ..PUosopby, Ornithology;JNatn the amictediDf ail'classes jaay have a healing !make nntaterSubseribrrs may expect one
andyiden. number of each the first fear
Mtern.Circuit of:Florida, and attend to the .11. .4o inform the planters of--Long St.apleCot.. ; Plasterers'and raw for fanners plantation rslTbeo1og7Eementa Criticism"- ,, balmfor of the above,complaiats. lAnd from a weetdnria weeks
eta session aad tare nmnbcrs
ces-'of Christianity. ., -f -v two or of.each t
: eollectioa claims against the United States for tons that he still continues manufacture of the S Mills; corn and smut;mills; screws, mill irons: ,$d.A.Mn&CANTILE4DEPARTIUI.4a-jr. his knowledge the last tea -years of the won* week afterwards,until tbA end of the session.Complete '
f.r1
latest improved ROLLER HORSE GINS don bolting cloths, picks, reeds shuttles and general dorM healing propensities of his 'compound,-.he -
1 i ; Military: MITIC5SE4fOIJIOflIlOSts or other. ble and single,at his usual rates and i* ready to: finding for cotton and woollen manufactories..* will be imparted an acquaintance with all that is hesitates not to say;' .. necessary to qualify youth for the immediate dnsystcm enr.,of AST and .the : and Appendix will be. sent to subscribers soon aPter
/ 'property lost or destroyed by troops Jn said service All all orders at the shortest notice: '!;"; i MILLMACHINBEV, TooL.v&Cv--Having Ilisof the :ALt "of pftbove disorders, if Congressadjournz2, "
. 4 S )''JLUo claims for pensions of disabled soldiers,orD For the reputation of the Gins apply to the fol agency.for various;aId .extensive'manufactories, counting honed Inclodin' persevered fa according tathedirecUonslJon'!I of wil, -tin S
io have we shall be at all times to furnish ; l.Pennanshp-Uyan dginand pepuL My that'ypn nave tried Saraaparillas antU bats 'Nothing a political aspect toppear ia
whig Agents, or to those who them In prepared every
use:
::9 widows aad orphan* of deceased oldlemAloVcllnu species-of machinery on the shortest notice.- or this art wnten invariably-produces a not been bcnefitted;so you woirttry- ""* Globe save that-which will befonnd in,the'Congressional

. ; \_ for.bounty land to'officers and sol'diers /; :/ .AGENTS. /. r/f: { ? The highest market price paid at all times for; bold, finished hand,peculiarly adapted to the purposes ?AUrtSwJLcox's.: :, reports.A paper: aiiuniiDg to be an

. r1& '-; ; ;and the widows and orphans of deceased of.leer 1flfliongs&eoet CenterVnUg. Ga.f woolsheepskins, and bides; ; All produce of the 2.. ofbe accountant and business man. .For-there has>be n many of- the iain 'got impartial vehicle for;aQ sides,cannot maintain its
, %Capt. B,R.thewood/Beasfort, 8.C., ;, State received and sold for the usual commission. : 4rUhmctic-ompnisingnumerij abbrn1 the up Character ths editorial ..columns .fectpsrt7
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; *and soldiers.: Soolt&DeVesnxCbarlest.n,8.C. ted methods otcoinputing: into Djseoun$ >: tell yes I hue. -' .'. -
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4 .'Id'cxamlng titles'and-records, and ascertalninj. Fernandez, Bisbee & Co. -Jacksonville,E;Fin 1Jayfrce4&vanna4, Gd calculations founded percentage:together with For one copy of the Daily Globe. (daily..dns .
: jK.R, Dukes'Palatka,iL F; > "V ; &. RErERESCESi-Mewrs/'Padeiford; Fay t'Co.; aU such operation as are requisite for thorough is,though excellent;it its.onaliUef-tinQ of Inoo ring the-scission of Congrcsv and 'weekIj
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? 4 -: *.S. Hoy& Co., Savannah, G*.* Swifl Denslow. &Websterpct21tf; .knowledge of the business of a conntlng-room.-- most $ n tttuI (4 daring the recess,) ayear,. $5S 00'or
v '. 'Ah Dusincs entrns'ted to ttm will, meet with I .aekoAHgiitor.: ; : -* : .': .'-L-Rock-ku7'ing-Slngle-snd/ Double Entry,by Comj'ot&n U -, : 4 the lJiu1yGlabe for 1cm than

jprorap\attention f ; ; and all InstrumenU of writing '- Lartlnger & Harris, Eliiabethtown.Lbwn4es- : DYING AND the most approved methods.v:complete?course > 'ww Mends*these assertions.mfU*liTUO (O QO tba.of8iets.smonthfi
-" ,., SCOUIUNCr V' of iBstrnetion in tail Utter;but we them to F'ozou
branch not
jrfll "ie'executed him .with'peatowi afldde.If County,.Ga. : will be furnished,designed .say injure any oneT>ntDecause cpycftbeVcekIy.Gjob
oy .. -ALSO .. E S.T&flL1'S HpflfEAN"T'i''yI to fit the student to,take charge of any set. re have swright tetha benefit-et truth,' year/ : 00
.v.: k< I Y.ORKTSTREETi )3 ol account book "- -- and it i* ala " .: 14Jaskme.Jaa25; 1S51. .EXTRA BOXM AND Bavraxs can bba.ar the -Rtia-bF -- will give you names and residences'ofpwplo wBb : o150
subscriber at moderate rates. Persons wanting TUCpUltT HQU. priaing selection from the' have been cured of diseae.which ndS' f
;5 ;: : th5 a English and-Mathematical has.-astanished For ono-copy oftho p ai Hto'gitii : .
' Gins;ot repaired;pUan direct to'Agente, not only themselves but '
courses; and,1!also,/ urycy1ng,-.'Botany. thcfrphyniciaian also S
A U E C I orto- .. rZ __ '. Tk:; : Mineralogy,Geology,'Chemistry, aad-Agricult : name of somtof our be t ph vsieiana who are For four' copies of either,'or. otbW'dmt'fn
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; FoR.cL4w4T.w4s1fINGTQ4v) Z&.Maiy'iCveorgl& ::1 r AiBTATOBR OAtliOWAy: ratbeunstry; the last two illustrated by experKaehtalecturesr" usIng'Noommcnding; an4siImng-j.rge quanti tbesduiou; -- 00
; ETURNS Wftanks'to y -'"?*'-*' ','&# -" ff-\ ties of Dr.'Wt1oon', .5 For ten-sseIeof either;or part of botnfd .O
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rTvAcE <& has 5thACzviVNaranna Pnruatr *** uam.'nf"Jit i Wjx.* hesen.: S -: ; --Q
i ., : )- ; : 'fronhe received since he commenced ubich are Arithinetie : eox''iontbe outside label!
$ #; 1-r taught (menta1 andwnIt- -oclyoamav1 beJn-
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W1IUam gb business la thU Uy la 0,prjbwfoRthese aros
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;- ; ,and would stable Ws ten,) Algebna, ( neuta.l and wrttten,) Goometi lured rather than benefitted< -- "*V 'I papers .i-
mendsjand the public vance
SE4ISLANDROLLER r generally; that.durlne his : hfyow1ih nOw payments aretlndwpensabletto carry them
t CO'T9NGISS i late rn1gocomet SOrVe7InrwIthths use tIsIttu to WbItMS DiWjlsox Ii !
-. : sit.toLonaonanScotIandhebasufrJRY1NGANI Ifents In the 4eld,)Pratioal EnneerthgArc have the rilejBof rtferrinr-to on-and ne-cer wflEbestteede4.toiinles* the
e lis attention't U e ari t yariouil Improvements connected with" -t4cture the. ttftnrsVBjenof* money.accompanies&T -" "i, *"* "*V'
prompt rIVL e Sntostrlber begs leave fy InforiiiTiheplaqters TT ,Perepcourer'* draughting--Topopa. eommon Ity. iPrincipal Office i ;4- v. ,'Subscriptions niaybe-; remitted mail a.1 on
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I of Sea Island Cotton and the pub ph7.uvh. "H -- > 1BROADVAYNEW.YORK' .risk; is- $ in.the section
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which ho tra4j will money par coacty;
tenable cnEwr sT2-Th -
: ofhiZecutLisDients.-.- lie,that be can supply them with-his doable and.t himto'give eeoerat TM course 4ndrnqrcnd'eMetts; v J
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wS irWutrcu lb. single ..( d- :; / *'vftt* .. satisfaction with all who please;to ftvothim or study will consist of&1udIcioucs.Ienuooi! 0l&'brDruggIstand Cxitsfetchants .*i I .- JOHN .CvRnite.Jaa.fli
flevouqoj4a theirpatronageiKWiv'/ ,
r L I ;- ; subjects .from'th>dpartaaeatVlnetudiJg
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< jer'Mexican'wariIaji !RevbluUonary'tIalf..Widows -Ladieslsilk and wooleaiDressesv Shawls all the braaeheapnrtted thoureommon-sehooIs: overAUTtOtfMlTflE&VB S -- ?
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, -* No dpnbt. is,longer entertained they are,besl I ---- -
1 "-. PcBslMiji .N.a.vaI VriAra: iyji ; GInJO yied the,Subscriber flatters'bjmself satisfaetion 5eanedand(4yedvariotts.Tablo; color*, so as togivrjcoed Practical TeMhIQgbotb Lectures.will also.br given*on'A.Is.r.School. : Don't beecelve&bjieertjlica., -S TI11E SUBSCRIBER kasveceis dsnd offers
frow thgeaerai taUifactioa he'has given for the Coveracleaned W edias as s-eiencesndasanar "-botIe attached.i .lbr sale ftns and extenilre:assortment ef
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last Seven yeai.he will receiv their support ..,. ia maybe-retfalreaVGentlemea'agarmea the renovated : wlllnotdnlythutreolva thsfuflesfln.structldUgre1aty eackbttlI I Ready Made Clothing of the lai at style;consist,
t Prioei low,and the Gin made of th. test Out.V ame.goo4 tyb H formerly, 10 M not to M to&heb dIndm jtpopa1a of-James oompeu4.i-jde1 R. S inof :- v-- -- '. -
# Volunterac'CWmsioj erIsla surpaudyanyaone a.$1he orth; or dyed at nwthodsof teacUngvbutthev will also/ aye fupervision jChnton Chemist who Coets,sAhPantsdo.. -
1 t5MUjjftuT.etnraSnt and p.portnmaeofiex
. kni.nI.p-S -v: ; naybe requ1red. :.LadiesV bohnett dyed black implifylngihem.b7'bearinyre.: has been hlred-for that purposed M* 'V ses e 4 lP4sitzdo.d 5je Fancy .
tWr W Itoia, ,3;* { ploanc&i.sid pressed In a sUperior style.:- citaUonln the lower d partments? f thrtlnstito. bow ttlooksvwhea(CbiltenjraiTdej 150 m3Jej I

I lacvred by r lnnteen bcfwibcinf for m lhc4p.'$. OJ ps ,{ee iredat"..the 1 'lowest o1enedaIrth, j S "wW. ia l !4f&r*: tbink'g I Li Hat.Sho. a Saeas..

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