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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
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Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: September 18, 1851
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LETTER OFJUDSE AHDBEWS; of the great contending parties, andT therefore our people! V con' -'di ._ sfiMtessarjr$ : ,as ..the most. Bsufierablearrpgaoce jurchased,'our rpeopV would feel'.justified' .- ththhGWer. jJW.spa ;

OF GEORGIA. ,- held out a temptation irresistible Jo ment. : 'u" *" ,# *tf arrogance ,never,kno\vn"till by tbfs law bf necessity, atfrtei It. .Then pose all taut,'and yet, onrwork; as jatri6 tij'
'A the struggling adversaries heated political Let.itSadvocateI'w. thedoctrine ofseceswotrtea '
? atronr hesevdayjiof; modern ebivafry and'brghef Jflot'1'etaiii being ,tartheielnnder MMBofSntshedft: is '
sarBcieni tfc
t 'VTASHWOTOs; :July 3, I85L contests. It has been JL constant subject of ud have nut t *aoffenderfce
? It; It L certain bws"thanron>titutions and treaties! ," Constitution Now, whetherSoutb/-' defeated and it
exposed Corned
Wj&Mn. GEORGI SiAPirrbN, P.. B. crimination and, recrimination between, the hat Mr/McDonald and'the that tbe.few lomirmted "
COVUXLY Da. P..S. LXMU,&C. Southern whips and democrats, him, have given'as tbeiiPisoierigltpf.secession !nsolencof their"posrdonttie' disunionIts' -' theeafety and'rights of the fr1 Tike cases hereafter We lar*
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totoa politicans ol the North, who are favorable' to or the strongest arru-- wib to present a'cae1that in.the'prac-' other, State that'she should remain in'* the no pu'hi5iientforsg polHIeal ofeitttf '
Yours of the 4lh tat, 'inviting toe Southern rights,were not supported by we merit that can be .advanced againrt it t Afer ical operations of the govemment'ac"Cordihg Jniqii may be very questionable to ,everyone except'pubCreobationTbe'safetya -
heaven at Davis Southern, politicians that one bygone, our stating in their thTrd resolution! ; Ihateich their '
public dinner, to to doctrines, cannot occur. They : exceptxherselfSbe could' no be much. stability of tbe government demand that *
Spruif; InJBarke county, on "the 26th iasL, friends had fallen at the North before the abolition State "ranie into the Union by its ow ovC- wish to stow The'United States Go'vertment, : missed. except in bfpoweiand'apaCiI''to should not'f rive; too, readily those'wboT
combinations,above, alluded to, until reign and.voluntary act-and that therefore oPt m'.lbe attitude of enforcing their engender'andpropagate strife have labored 'fof
lot been itemed. I shall be unable to attend. treaty; : though unsuccessfully, it*
now our friends were almost prostrate In this his is union of consent.and not of j force,1? but that 0I'tyrant'drivrn a people unwiiungly I have shown above thatjonr,' honor ,was +ersionl: Tbe disaffected should leant
> emergency Jbe Union men, whether whigs they proceed :foarthly,:to. .tesoUe,' to in The democrats have combined for the each:state.4a:view oftbe voluntary his would '*" *' '
lam glad, gentlemen, yon or purpose nature dogs fold sheep.1". comomibilibicbacco'slingt our demand at the peace and-safety of society.1- .*TbaldaiTgereusinea
field against the spirit that seems determined of supporting that party' to whom the abolitionists of' the Union, has the right, in virtue' of jitsndependence Now/aceordlDg to their theory, there is ,"enacted that Congress f bbuld ,neither, cannot be trusted if forgiven?
to subvert our government. There is a powerful are opposed. That by an unanimous and sovereignty, of.,seceding no TTnioopther ztbi treatyjpf'the'Coh6titution. abqlish'nor fj/aWiA ""slavery1 the territo Tbe curses'that have-followed the bJd Hart
'party among: tos, propagating disiffec-' support of those who support Southern from the t.Tniom.&c., 3It will he. perceived Therefdre,.J>eing entirely' sovereign lies rather than'now.that some have changed ford eonventkmistA are a more enduring pro'
tion to the government with a zeal which rights, we may bid defiance abolition aid. that the right is put the'ground: that and independent, they are -already out heir views, to require that the majority' be tectbn Against the recurrence' 'cf their -offence
employed in diffusing Christianity among' That against the'abolirion minority, so formidable coming into.the contract of Union voluntari- of the LYiion,3nd.there. 'can occur rno such asked to pass' law:at the'bidding ot the mi ; than.the punishment' prescribed] for
mankind, would soon christianize the world. when unopposed, we may present 11 ly and by consent,,therefore, the State hasthe thing as driving racb State into the Union, nority. And th would have been the time treason The voice of public condemnation
They are but preparing the public mind Southern phalanx in support of those who right to"disregald such.contract, because other than, driving her to'observe her treaty. To state what 1'can not let pass unnoticed. which followed Aaron Bnrr/throvgb httjf
for lie first pretext that may offer to do that will support us and the right, as to'establish it was byhi.TV1free and.voluntary 'consent, which jt-seems is erroneously called a Con- That it should not'only be a strong' case' to life of disgrace and humiliation is more let*
which:they attempted:but failed effecting, a power when jeofflbineoVable" to override all t would seem'that if she bad been decoyed stltnjioi&i ,j authorise such a feqdiritlba .the majority rille to those who-'would raise their irMnr
twelve'months since. "I*. abolition influence. The free States, having into the: Union.by fraud,, or forceii by vio- : Sootb Carolma! inaypass as 'many"drdt'nances (indeed, one eo strung could be ndej but agarnst theirgQYejnmentiJthan would- haW
So long as'some hoped, and the patnot the majority Southern rights can be:miin- knee, a JState;might,offer' that as a'reason of secession as she pleases,'may;'de- hat there should be some means proposed been his execution, as a rraTbV sospectcf
feared, the passage of the Wilmot Proviso, tamed only'by combining Southern power why she"should be''permitted to depart Jneace. i clarem all! the.: solemn form possible-may to the end In View Congress did-not make traitor: Daly*ami, patriotism require that*
they resolved that with the'Northern politicians who abide the p .- Before this ho :'nation nor age has write it on tbe sky, that she is"no longer Vew Mexico, free-soil; WP accep'ft-d 'it 'asachv soe.ety should not trust, nor tooeasilyfoe-
-The people of the South do not ask of Constitution, and abiding'It, 'maintain 'our' teen' found BO ignornt'orso eavage, nor me of the United States (indeed in asserting $ Ani& do the disunionists propose any give, those wiufhave plotted its overthrow.
Congress to establish the .institution of slavery rights and security. i any, man so corrupt or shameless, as to assert icr views sovereighty she has'often de- plan to make it 'slave territory 'Disunion ,..Gentlemen, I am, respectfully, yours, ltc+
in any of the Territories that maybe "'The Nashville Convention, over which ,the, right to avoid big contract because dared as, much) and no on 7 under her own' will non-intercourse will not-secession GARNh.TrANDLEW& *-
acquired by the United States. They simply Charles J. McDonald presided, forgetting it'was voluntary and by consent.. The lowest or any other theory of the goverament, will by South:Carolina' will not-the tlcclon ,.i. ,'
require that Jhe inhabitants of each Territory these arguments, so often used and reiterated gambler, in the lowest Parisian hell, be fouud to gainsay it. 1'here will be? no of McDonald will not.,' Rsfusirg togo From the Union. '
shall be free to determine for them- >y none more than men composing that body, will, because it was voluntarily staked, part Sort made to obliterate expunge the "re.cord. into any"convention to nominate a"President i| THE DISCTSIOXISTS os" Tiin"sbtrrS2
.mrrea whether the institution of slavery! resolved to stand aside and let the abolition nth his last franc :and gojnto '.thCtreet a But if, any of her citizens, even by and Vice President, as proposed by the Na>ti* g.1.4 : '
shall or shall not form a part of their social nfluence do its work. Let*it carry, by the beggar> ,or: robber, rather than abide the her authority shall be found obstructing thecorTecIionoitheieveucs'afterhprjatj yule Convention, and leaving the field open ottatfe. Many consdeptions. members. of. tn&fan*,
system:" (See resolutions of 'democratic subtle policy above alluded toevery free scorn of repudiating his voluntary ;ieed.! of for the abolitionists to juggle their favorites : those of party are m the habit'of, treathrfr'
convention, at Milledgevillr, Dec. 1847, and State, which the disunionists have pretended The most lawless pirs-te, that ever, .raised a the Constitution has said, in"one place- "that into these importantoffices, J am' 'sure will no'.theii dlfference party in the Southwhoperceive

il 1848.) so much to deprecate; I say pretended, !iloody hand.'will be blown to atoms rather Congress shall-have power to lay aad'coiect not. And the disunionists do, not propose doctrines. the Nashville between cbnvenfSw the secez5iont
When the North was almost unanimous tecause, if'in earnest, they would join the ban violate that "b'on r/anio g- thieves'1 'taxes and dudes, imports and exercines." anything that will.". J disuniona9 alarmists "f aaH' ,
for the proviso, and it seemed impossible! to Union men >t6 arrest its progress.. By the which compels him to observe, because'volntarily !- &c.; and io..another,,that "no State shall,' I have not space'tohow( as IJiave- done the subject? of State or not orthodox, on '
rights understood
its the disnnionists were fourth.resolution U was resolved toMrecom- .,undertaken the rules of crime vithout the fonrfer I as ?
prevent passage and colsenpf, the Congress, lay any on a occasion, bow the admission of and defined by, Jefferson and ilad'csoa.; '
willing to place the existence of the government mend to all parties in the slavebolding rtood. .: impostor""dti&on' imports* orr exports," I slavery inUx these, territories'might w'eaken. $uchmensay that be is not disunlonut"i *
on that issue,as it promised a good States, to refuse to go into or countenance \So far as I have knowledge of the gentlemen ''te. -I apprehend the General! Government rather than strengthen the slave power."' i who insists the ,,conditions'cbntaineJ a
reason for dissolving the Union. Then, it any National Convention ,whose object composing that, Convention, there is would have the same right and power,to en- J\Ve 'are'often taunted with the prophecy, the: ) on ,ia,
the
was thought politic, and compatible with the (might) be to nominate candidates for the not one-and I have no doubt It is so with morce such collection a to enforce the arrest not to say hope;of the'dbuniouSsts, that Federal constitutionJ>y"which limited,power* of thtfj
highest State honor to resolve that "the residency and vice presidency of the United I all-who"wouid- his'private"relations, fa fugitive slave in AlasWchusetts or,-Vermont Northern aggress oifwill yet"driveVs to Jis- ( powers that goy are rprnept riot are delegated and reserved'f all, the
people of the South do not ask Congress to States, under any party denomination t- assert the principle 'which; .by these resolnlons ; though''obstructed'D3'CiZens; acting -'v f to the Ube States are and
the institution of slavery in any of ever, until our constitutionalrights he would tave his with PIe respectively;, ,
establish ; 'are se-- State.acknowledge.. or.-withont the authority their respective our present portion wrosg. l'make a inasmuch secession is
the Territories that may be acquired by the cured." That is, to put the question practically otone, if 'so dishonest,would he so silly : States; and that no ordinance of catastrophe because itzdg come, wouldbe! |i right when.the as constitution'has only claimed been ,,asVai '

United States." Bat now, because Congress if one'of the great parties were about a s to go into Court'and ask 'to be relieved, ecession by either ,of these States, or ,any as unreasonable as to fire ybn7 hOuse, fe- violated, the ecesionlst not a disuni clearly nist.
T.d ficl establish slavery in New Mexico a nominate BentonJohn Van Buren, Seward from a contract, however onerous, 'not- because other 'such,like flimsy or dishonest pretext, cause, by accident, it may hereafter, con- This is tke logic"bf "many in .and'.
territory that has been acquired by the or Giddings and the-other Buchanan, of fraud orviolence, but 'because.it I would protect the revenue. in the -one, nor umed. This is as silly as the complaint weoftenx MrssJ ;rppi'Kho Georgia ;
United State," the South, tt would seem, Jass or Henry Clay, It was resolved by this was entered into t7OlUnlarilg and by consent* he slave in the other case, if the other thirty Tear put forth" by vsome re-eatet; in mise, but still think acqniesce"in it their doty.the to CompRH uphold*
has been degraded. If it be degradation because body> to have no lot nor part in it. To Jet And yet 'men,:who would have the State States'should choose to adjudge' and as- he crazy stage,that the VVUmot proviso has those'wbo.denounee that meaaureTbecaaM '

the minority cannot force the majority he abolition influence elect Seward or
to pass a law, sure tt was greater degradation over such a man as Buchanan, when, a' principle, profess to be, orsucu : titution.. lf kto collect revenue'in ,South >eeti prohibited by" California :from talthi'gslaves noO ow,connected w'uh"their ixk&on.ttet,.
for that minority to ask for Its passage. by combining with the friends of the latter, stainless purity as to suffer an asony of in- Carolina, in opposition State authority, ben ta that State: 'OverlOoking that The j those who,are thus about to. be mWed .by [
Then il was thought patriotic and honorable we could defeat the whole abolition crew. ignation at her humiliation and degradation, : 'act-forcing State" into the Union, 'sowonkHhe whole controversy is,-whether we have been tha artifices of tbe"disciples.Messrs.Rhetf
to resolve that the South "simply re Now who are the friends of Southern righls? 'a forbearing to force,J ket will, pn the majprtJT. arrest of a fugitive slave in'Massachusetts igktfullij prohibited, no one disputes the and Cheve* readthe, article which,.we sub-
quire that the inhabitants of each territory Are Union men, who will combine and elect Let no one hope (to,escape by any sly or Vermont, if done in defiance of actot_ prohibition. He who cannot see thenerencecould join from,tbe, Southern 'SentmeVpublished-,
ebould be free to determine for themselves a friend of the South, or "they"'who will nibble about 'sovereigity.* Not only coin State authority. ." not di>tmguish between hay- ;at Columbus, Georgia,dated AugastfZI.v.Thperithezeaouadrocate
whether the institution of ,slavery should or land aside and let the abolitionists elect our non sense and common honesty,' buflbe'taw If, by sovereignty, the, .malcontent State : thE his property Ufcen by a robber 'ciii the bf rGov*
should not form a part of their social system. nemies. It is no answer to say they will and. history nations, teach'usthat means that she is not'merely co-equal'withj' highway and by the"sheriff to pay his honest cinor McDonald! , .* But now, because Congress has com vote for Hhett, or some other Southern man tovereignbes bold, themselves most scrupnously but 'sovereign over"all the Submission debts.Ia the one case it is wrongfully, :Nashville conveatibb, and gave,bis endorse .
plied with such request, fay declaring in the whom they know cannot be elected. It is bound to observetheir contracts and State$, as"a; king 'u'verbis subject, then: in the other rightfully taken ; rand this -embraces ; ment to the: principle Uiat a ,Stat ,- with or
compromise acts that such acquired territories till throwing away their votes in favor of reaties voluntarily made. might it be true that no.one bad a right to the "whole! ,difliculty., Why do :not ,. w.tbout; cause'has a:right jto 'secede at;her
should be free to determine for themselves the abolitionists. This is not the way you If""a'government of consent aria not judge but herself. Such kind of sovereignty such men propose to overturn the, government pleasure'lrom ihe Union, and, that her co- -
whether the institution. slavery do in your State Or county elections. If f'force,", they,mean one without power to only will authorize the arrogan'ce'of'suchi because they are paying a tax OB tea* States are bound to protect .that, rigbt, U
shall or shall not form a part of their social 'von cannot get the man you, wish you will nfprce,its laws, one in which,.tbe members eaim! All these'pretences by which mat- Tins was the complaint against England. 'there should be any ,attempt to interpose 4
tyctem, the South has,say the disunionists, take the next best, to defeat one very obnox- can do as they please, tbenjt isno goverament contents seek,to evade the wholesome restraints And,yet,we are paying a ,heavier tax to the : aainstitsexercize.the constitutional author.
been degraded. If BO, then d.d the great ions dangerous. Now, if they think the ,'because ho one governs and no one is of law and order, are alike -dishon- Jnited States than England le'vied. The :tiy of the! general government. -That,*OBJ*." .
democratic party, in all its large conventions, toliticaf power of the abolitionists so very govern ct Moreover, w'e 'need no 'government est or arrogant. The disuniomst puts his ire-eater could say the tax is paid' and what : ta/njj'more was intended by a resolution -of<' '
ask for degradation, ask far humiliation, dangerous "and obnoxious, ,why not adopt if all are supposed to do right and nev- ligher-Iaw on the ground of sovereignty Iii the difference to whom paid 1' The flifier- : the above-import than the abstract right of
ask for inequality. If it asked for what was the, policy to\defeat them 1 Let those answer erneed coercion. But if they,mean because Seward and his class, on' the tenderness of cute is the same'as in the case of California. seces4oafouadedTona case of .intolerable

then, right, honorable and patriotic, being who canHf any can. It is no answer,' 3e States came ,into the Union by consent, their dear-j, consciences, the anti-renters on Ithe one case the tax was wrongfully taken i oppression, like that described in the,YirgiaKL -:
granted, it is still right, honorable and patriotic. to say that this ito be the policy "until our in voluntarily ratifying the Constitution of x>$session and indugencet.lhe! socialists that iii the otberjigatfuily, because by pro- > and; Kentucky tssolntions' ot, IW aad ,*
But bang granted, it i* no longer constitutional rights'are secured.1* In commenting he United Statesthat therefore, the GenerI property is robbery.jhef Mormon on the er authority! 1799.anJ admitted, by GeiuJacksoa wbea:
a pretext for dissolving the Union There on' the first portion of the resolution I Governmant has no power to enforce obe- brass plates and Joe STntth,'the prophet, anJ I would not:have noticed so rid'calons a he was asking Congress for authority to-.
i is the real objection with the malcontents. above noticed, it is h'dto, restrain one's in-, ience'I would in addition to what I have Abby Kelly on an opposition 'to 'things ''In matter-argument jt caoBoCbe- called-but overcome tue obstruction threatend by.South;'
Not because of the withholding,, but in ignation at the insolence of the author* Iready said, remark, that the Declaration of general. wIt -' ** because I have heard it'so bftea. And because Carolioain 1832, was, well knowatathe",
granting the right So long as justice is styling themselves Southern Right! men ii ndependence'declares that governments de- is KaU,that if the majority can decide if shows that in this controversy' ; rTght country,'and constituted ai'urgent reaion
rendered to the South, the loyalty and patriotism tat it is still harder to restrain ones contempt nyc tneir just powers from:the 'consent of and judge as to the, rights. of,the,. minority* Is not taken consiJeration by our adversaries for the -a lopliba of the Conopromisesecessmnistshaddedded Thi
of her people can not be shaken, for the logic of tbe,last part just the overned2' Not that consent gives' no the latter l may.be oppressed such license. : AH they care to not.ce.js, that they when'that princv
and it is that: loyalty andfideliiy1 to the noted. They complain that their constitu-, wvrer. I apprehend, however, that to those That is quite as reasonable as to let the'minority have nqt,whaf they now ,wisb. Not, only waradopied by 'the .Nashville convei
Union, the result of the government, render tonal rights have been wrested from' them, who deride and ridicule the precepts..of, rule the majority. jSnch' arguments he'great' principles'of,self/government and lion, that there should naacqaiescenre
ed according to our own request, that disturbs but will do nothing ottain them until re W hington's Farewell Address the Delaration -if."arguments they can.,bej called--forbul he"nght of the majo'nty'constitutidnally 'to the,Compromise, that that measure mostbef
them. Hence they accuse tbe North stored They complain of a grievance, but of Independence will be cbntetnptk -' all government. You must,. dispense with rule, are overlooked ; bat the plainest'! con: treated as such an infraction of. the eonstitution 1
for pawing the compromise, though a majority 1 will do nothing to redress it until it'is re ) authorityj juries and Judges, for fear they will do sistency"; which ,requires a ,people,-not tu as to justifjrrevolut ni'and ;thar'tbe
of the votes rjf the free States were stored, They wUl do nothing to obtain ,this! To shorten this letter, as well as the wea- wrong: You abolish'the liberty speech complain when they have that .wh'cb, theyrepatedlfdec1a'red general government sfioutd bebbri'ed toe ,,
against and a majority of the slate States for object, nay, rather work against'it, and P ons of, the argument, I will pass over the and the press for fear they?trill be abued. would! be satisfactory.Mich .- trice" its steps; and give some satafaetoryln '
it. Tninking more capital can be made hen, when attained, will go to work., When' .fficulty of holding a State fully sovereign The .rigut of, universal .suffrage, because absurdities 'we have heard and will I defnnity.to the South for wrongsX'infllc-'
against the Union by accusing Yankees, heir constitutional rights are secured, they and independent,*''that 'cannot "enter, iutu some-nay, many cast thsir votes for'men i ear again, for as a 'dog' returneth to his ted, and sbmesecurity: hornowp/ovidedby4"-8
they charge the North with a Southern mea- go lo work to secure them. When therievanceistredressed any treaty, alliance confederation,' coin and measures sub versrve'"public good. vomit, so a.fool.-returneth to his folly, And the'coostrtutioafor the future.Jo otfaer'words"

?ore, We were willing to take the territory ; thea,,,will they work, money lay any import or-ex port duties.-on When men come' into 'society, they ,surrender though ypu bray a fool in a mortar, yet will the project'of*a southern confetleracrthen1;
from Mexico as we,found it. Such as we for redress. This is in accordance with imports or exports;,nqjf, wltbout the consent the natural rightsof a state of nature nol his foblishnesV depart from him.' Let existed;'and the?mode'of accooiplishiri it*
4ocgbt for ana bought, we have. "And however lome of their Union services.1 Twelve of C.ngresskeep troops"or ships of war.inime by.which they.:do, as they,please, for the ;hern rant; the people will reasonl Lettbem ,was'to foster the'spirit of discontent ia Sostht e
:-right H might have been to repeal the months ago, when the Union was danger; t of "peace*, nor engage inawar, ,'unless benefits> to be derived from protection of vituperate, the people will vote, a.adtvote as Carolina;deceiving her people\riih> tbe ides' ,
emancipation laws of Mexico, no one at the hey strove against it-but now they say..the actually invaded,'&c. .wfa6se citizen '-may ocfel Forj icblwBefits'"yot must run in November last.' Yerilythis'generation that f bey were" the victims of palpable. andintolerabioppresson
South asked it, until, it was thought refusal danger is over and profess to belts greatest b sued in another,juris&ctianan4 whose therisjc of.t.hemajorityusing the 'forms 'ofjovernaieat of fire-eaters like onto children sittinr in' from_ which: tbeycould :>J
would -bea: pretext for disruption riends. And who thanks ihern' for such uJgw are bound.by.oUwr.Jaws and, treaties toyonrinjary.r If' such, injuries the markets"and* caUfnjj unto their fellows, only escape by sncb in act'off'zec
And faotreverustit at may have been, the sunshine friendship? The 'Constitutional as the supreme law,of 1fe land,."anythingiv becotoopppreve,1obeborne, you and saying,"we have pip'ed'iinto you and ye 3:60: 'as that crbich'vras realized by'onrfaih
minority cannot expect to overturn the government ignis" here* spoken -of, 'I 'apprehendy are 'the ,constitution or laws ol any State lolhe"contrary have tbe oJi.of tike.tongue, pen and, ballotbox'19 have not danced,'we have mourned onto yea ers Vheti acquired lndepemleneeit5Tbec
because the majority have taken such as before noticed. Something that notwilbsttnJing. ?* arrest: tbein.,*'If these fail, and yo'u and-ye,have,not lamented.'.,. If the people great point was"not to establish:the abstract'i
them at their word, and chosen to exercise would be the right thing when obtained I I wiUpassioveralItbi! field of discussion deem the oppressiod of sufficient magnitude were to folio\v their counsels they would, (lantent /i ighroUsecethionbut to mat a4'eenl
their constitutional ,iirbt of rotinr as they never BO often ,occupied beftwe. anAiUk the o justify:It-yon have tbe remedy our fathers and lament \vheii too*late. yield oftuceftiam. and tifjtdj upon the ypff
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,. ? '. bad of 'and thc of To"my 'old democratic friertds, 'I'fiavebhfbVal which
ttay think proper, BOW that the minority have I will cot be, n unfair- as to say,they disnnionists,on their own 'presesAduit appealing to arms justi & ji thy tbesothrn-, op1eJeIfor'
'as' Great cause, before ,Heaven. You can nonore Changed their minds. The complaint is, not wish the abolition of slavery* Tfiea'wetean that The States ire independent as four :
that the majority have passed an bat to .the abo Britain,"France drSpatn{ and -'that the'Constitution enjoy thefredom'of.'a state of nature, we reiterated Ithe doctrine.of non-inieryen- ,overtnrow 'for* '*
unjust
for their willingness see '
Tefuaed the of a law. account if nothing 'more'; than treaty be* and benefits W:society at the same time, than ion, and I must jemark, before Ictosethatthelast everthe'syotem ofUo'ion' whichih l'fbeeav*
passage just Finding'the Itionists s obtain political power, on no other contracting' parties. The tbe boy can eat his cake and have it:too.-- candt&lea for the offices,of Governor cemented by the blooi of ourers" **
,
case made for vreen, the, high
a dissolution of the Union, .than a.belief and' hope on"toe cart, ;
ground *
President for who.n 'we d'as.inetheamed
wu demolished by the North abandoning 4i5Ufl1Oflh1tS that that polrer will beexercuud fr.evcIa.I. North .Americaa JStotes: not j seven Above constitutional or ;.othejr :.fights, and vot TliaLsucb istnot: a misrepresntabon.ot'theeaIing'obJetbr :
theWilmot ftoyiso and; of the, dissolution, MiTnited Sttei." .Anfiyhat then r 'Does it olsecedej; b the' great law,necessity--and drinejlaritbe casvassGovernOtTowns.ih that narty'in the South;
the government to give just cause bra all other his letter, to'Jos-Day wblch cit6l '
whMrCheT'esinbieT d&a'ratoa
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nol follow that Hbe States'are bound by self-defence. ,'By lbe\qmmontlind >
request, wbeo they met at of the Union.. Finding the South cannot be '
,
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Aahville io beif-fteaty as'. England, 'Frances Spain aws, the ieabd ndiotcs.s hy own &n4 pihers,declared himself in;Javor. of the that thcr' was"z 1aI'cT
November, 1850, the disanionu cheated into the belief; of a cause'when Jheres "
to abuse bis oeTgbbo/a. You Clayton compromise, and, labored to 'how and that there' bat1 wri *
assumed would Je ,by treatie*'j>eteett IbemseJves.Andhqvrare rights as cot ass, wis'ndhopi' !
a ground for iseuing'up an independent irone,they !hope, even attbeJUtwtrd! of I 'ihesefclatterboand? gig cau not"'rct.imm,pond or otfjet nuisance, : that ttsbould'be'left'to the 'Siipretne' Court L soptherriCqnfedeticyi becomes feVeryj diy'*
Southern Confederacy ftafcoold slavery, lo,.bave.one 1 know, there arethousands odetermni? without Intervention *
snot be taken from them ahd. sayto' France aiid.Spaln, our treaty f/it beedidisease b.theaix hebreathesCter gresIonal -I more aB4'roore, apbarenVanJ scarcely
yth2ceJ8ion:1! By of onr adyersariescbeIieve a The lavr is re'cogntzed oations.'t'was .- whether slavery existedU-tn New I now/be'cOntrajificted banyitnnebo*hai"hat
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and sam
soveyeiga
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the fifth resolution has been ?riolaied$ you, being -
the. of th4' body, they leeoavTnead majority ,them, who would, be.unwilling and independent virtne* of that sovereignty ibis. ruic.rplft whjcb/Jttstfied (&Ir. Mtfx'cq.or.' : ;?; GenerajCa33t.in bis fNieb- ) access lo the1 ordinary'source/: : u
afiiag o a.convenUon/of the to make such hazard, but have,,committed I have rights to -judge of4u,fo. Monroe in'announc.iigan his, mssfage, and olson letter ot December ?4tb, 184?, speak-* !icinforo"fle tIdasitd eLOthLS
tayetolding States, among oth things; owiberate themselves p,men, aad a party, whose pdicy a 'Iam '
fraction and the, mode aod measare ot redress recognized By government sTnce, that weT ng of thC"Witinot''provi declared, mask the"object,and 'we aeeordfngly eeit
Urn of ,and act with,the'view and,inteo-. as 'certainly 'has that tendency, asre&ect .-.I will,"therefore; no longer be bound could iioT suffer the,'nonarchs "of Etirope'ocolOnize lit (favtor of 'reavingthejpeopfe1br nyt'territory proclaimed >o all! snchjor Mi*as the StrnSehtineL
restoring the constitutional rights of Therefore, ,findaog them -
produces cause. wbich bebereiftei..aequirei,1hezight oftbo'S4thtroffirepsjpanipgee5"
the South,and tf not;to provide for rthe f awe without:a;,name, J, -have called them disuniQni5tsjorjb'reasQo by bernanner this broken of the coaipaci McDonald f Letter' Convention say. after in Spain has,any the more same wfthis.fottntry abstract right Jo Thongb dispose regulate itX veryJfortueinaelves! under in.' That'gaxtspeatng

venr safety earthl and independence.": They were becaie, their tbird reaolntions ttbat>by oat.owo of C&ibaii tJ Porto Lieu,vet 6ur"gp vernmebt, he general,principle* of the"Con8tttutio"n.nif cession bnt''a',coH>peratfn g 'partir aaiWa"uThey
not to state what Jbos* OInh1onaltigbti iaeaIoaanLoutbrsea5'n,1iere alitfle arjd Contention; IT deliberated and tdetermlned by this la\yot ecessity\aad* Belf.defen 'i wauykbf to support those 'ivno' held foei'tifthte '
were Jfrther< meant aoy- there alhtle,they preach and.'propagati'disaflction fbif the 4Jpon of the rauficatio would''appeal armsrath'er han., suffer vfotianeerous thit do HBes'then, not'only right but good I profess aWesire for aroothem conifederacy '
injself question
than&i; Bust have beea repeal! Ibeprocnise. to this, tfaebest-of all'governmentsIt ror rejectioA! Tof that\treatyf that.I a position for a naval 'power as r artbj* qutre you should support them now,. bat they.wish,.to Ait. aatil other
Bntcoold theyeipect a Southvention -, will not do that sane, even'* majority. i fntb mansovereiga'sad.OU be former to fall into tlie bands of' Engbn'd.Qverridingjtllcother and pot thoe"who wish-to overtuta them_; L Stales are reaJy.to. Ibrm ifjrjtltthejn. Suppose =
illby
r1 to ask JOr the-repeal, aa themmay;say :and'tvea believe 'they are came : dlbereforelba -b.a*;treaty*fconseo ., 'rights,4hetturty- and thcgoernmentiwth&hem.' '. I na'oiher tatihtosubmittWe"hop win"move, wlttshe cote
1 fawtd by Southern Tptes i JJow expect Unionists. John Van Bureh, Seward, aod' oattryact,4u anoVnotoI forw,; ijt her. proceed States have a.right to Judge wbeihcjr.4beir 'Let thoswbbetieve- h"theashvl1epltfrth not' 'i-3*
Kenticky, Tennewee;and MisoIirn.con! ;, many of tbe most dangerou*abolitionists,say after''tbe-mannerlofW? %th jresolye, to safety! or even convenience"caVpermit "tne retFre wiA';th"cIiiiMetJOld,1 I '1Btttvrf;w nselesl to ioalyze .ant"of tteparbcu'latexressioiw'
renton, oisk peajpf,ao act ,|bat tb yreibaititCO.L .li the opposersofthe 4.rbat 1bOf' 1n; iWOttb V'ol- remaining,*,toirty-firstMcPiecede"from the whose bagleH; 'seems,is not*-to fbeJsourtded intheac',
thcrjnembeis in Coac*** tTOteifoValmostWMunouslyl conproiDiBVjNQrth and :South, except rebf"tb treaty fias-tbt tnghtia : : 'M tillthfiapfthcjJj: i|jtoj.be, jattaiked,I __k.?_?.

; I preTame.Ohat body oeaotDJ some of ihe extremes:who have arrived at tb oBtaryiuata Virtue of,out iwiepemlenet* and sovereigns shall have'to* tabl h a line of,custom boa-. But for.tiie UaioQ column-if h vsball,,consfst -I d w tbat1
'tb constitutional rights of the jouth," crazy ptage ol ty.'of fu froBntwheneyerja oucKjve; sea to.sec ure tne revenues-ofj the country j 'only oC'the.' Georgia 'piatfoirra-. t will I 1 decree ha-?'- 'a< forth zgain5twwcniC&ton' -'L.2
bb tTeqhig that eo ldn<>t and-tshpBl4| ot oniit-; iZtit.4e jzoZ.4%7ery.one.wb04'sath reWcapacity j WC5b&1I1etCVWU? su h a step. around whhour'malI..nfmunhionsoTwar niarcb,'under that flag,to tnafpart' of U* :""o.f Jhe Jb1Thi&I
ranted j *otLat Jlthey,could..prOfidfr fovdcpendenit / Lrd1 r. ; but thedoer%who*bau enter into to be necessary'io e a'bufisafety, or happr. shall faavVto'be carried,'an'dtroo'ps'inafchedin Geld'ia',which the abolition rapk -.sre to be
the ***** of tbe.&u.th TM kingdow.'W Ve JtnoCvihat the friends Found U sWt ra whethef.ourleader I authorize tbaa tioa'1bat SthCOI *rI
fl)3td oT co6seq* *f you t bare*oi aa- respect otinuutral tethoy.k2tnd'wbeth. npt
ifMihe AheraativeTaiaied at, indjience the of..fljei mpr |ro"rUitnd, Sooth, redoingrjhe otb.'eiwise et-C can' p rmit i.fiAeportoa out coast .to be v; jg qeinocratbut whether.he I ohahsEiairon Ironr ib& UaditI
.Othr vaip ; o as1ogb 'adZWP fSrhall wye tb<, Uww.an3 lie opeu.forth. adnussloaof.'oarei>en ie io gillie ilIizig4ab1e To'def1 tlene I
akIe W11j thej iay: iia>: coo!uiarfc" therefore; are fie'i'Wy.meS Mi111edO' sovereign,! rights-Suppose,. Jfcuee and time of?war*" rt"t '-----r--- ;--r- mies of*So taete>Khti. '** *- **

23jhta"ai wiiwbicb,tbetepetden7 the fiame'of Ufltonisls*. ..> T' Spain..beliveithtreaty v Ad* otbeett Tiola- i.id&Caiifornt "i"'det4'with' t bIItheiI That tiberty>wbic&-fbrsev atjfiTef years,I
: sThe rietice bf the last twelvemonthsaviag ., I ..
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ex ? -* .t- -t J. \ MJ! 4t .
if *manifested to0uf adver8anes, tIiit'a&direct '
1cyp1d thitbjl0Aj1jbbo41 biubea itt.CkOt.tbeioW .ibe Umon Sa sttccp, 'seeking t a.rnc1.pettxt..tO&aP40fl o-'..'seci.'epswui whicBj Jhe..loirtywbtmobatiBaer 4 b1uousand4ueruIuUs. has too .c !: I
*nhe *askied bat* (ronIti! '
Under
ift it '
ttwa Wbreattbebum4ifuni f nvf Sorth tarottn set
inlerprettheir1ea.tyasoirStatei : wish peace I veuIith'tfe
tery* of Sece ao .' If-by 'ibe lftttan-d of, : h avertbeiSirpreinerCou rt Id 1 and eontentmeht They.Wtthltw.tibertyDfetoo4chtn :
)4c9 nglds'$ th Ciina'can1 ; pe ntbe liberty t Ifottat ,

) liI1wiIIel:slippo brGeTge tO JDttglU m, beth arbit **** nt *vvifcv* or Arrogance.06 dot'wajr.States remwe and.contLTIL ; ?tothr5.4 -

heahen '
iher eedrsbft wilV bntsueto"h"er sbvereJgn wararroga ttO'debereasa- bertyo1'cuttiutbeit'oejghbo? "Lr ,
of ( .
the right *e ciiou
wijhsfllt014 Eu
Tbea ; de
eZJelof ttfrMlftln deieirtie'tommoaft- to ?: h&seet rend '- vr :
was the isstte'ofgfcffWr. tbe cainpasgnt1tt t-.__ -.i.,=il iu>tTni4HMnLoff nmtefttiOff' _4oi4 ttyv peud qs -
UHB J< w fw J "-- Tr CTp L'1 :
;a j aM aw% *Hf Xw> t odwC I *biiIii : 1 They wi tnily-D* > uboiis.onged .' th uotott
Whip, an'cs1 _'-.; .n< ii tha. wnriit. koU eiS&ti : '. w d tdIeofi6
bj bft owriUifiC to |ake f piaraaMwWlbeftigpflfee brand a rCflUiiL epIunaryatureolbltteesi ocbatepte'w kuIfoa the success ofleGeorgiaaci1fe
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largest freeStati aes him
V -.lrer* yoIeti0nWilf" bc put netmbrnadriu to a'l eigo\power wild loot n twelve PQatas'jincf,we Hi
give the balance of jpower'tb" ither 'W4* c;' 4' ;

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.,J_ htnce"we"expose them,u the ..bfisjuringon mett :t ; ; i ,' -; (o i fi .! ,i '6 .rJ' .:The,Edmbn'rg and. ,, tasbwood. for Joty'Versftbfa 1J1f'if.-a.1WIiilaU.'. '. .I. d ;" -

.'* .of",the party which is'determined to : ii .: be built;as stronu"ro", we:: ved4B? .VrdV4, ..\>"?.:Tlewjl.yic omeL.tn.svttdwsWI &.
break up this Union,and"': bid''ill. 'claim! never ; i copper.ahd,wood can n ke1ier.%I think'she T- ; ;'* f3rsnnttffl nhe four";; :EfTlew- baY teen favored witb tfe* urtjoinrf
for the authors of ,the first practical. movement of. t ] will be ready'abooUhe middle of November, r ; ) extract.,from a .despatch ,ffJ"'tk"HaTl..Dt-

towards that.object) the same merit tnat co IheJInot: what I represent b4 ?be; then ua., ''Backafluit11d'? ,, -. | '...1m. 'gubscrL.'- f rtnwnt front C T!
will be accorded the revolutionists in Cuba was i t:a .U1i Ung to forfeitJny: itpotaiionasJftX u.rf" fo:.J"O" .', .. .: commanding tbe'Unitedncwatans.Th. Statet',,!.r"

if they succeed in bverthrowinrjhe Span* of the .ilor. :Your respectfully ; The,1 .tetJlt l ,repast;;" mi.h (,in;the ., despatch U dated
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jili authority in that island We sympathize office : i Our Sti Aqguslifle cotCraporary.i welcomes !materials,of these/'.PJbli ions'has for' toO .-.- 14 A. L

'lgithighfiUpeop1 with the 'Cubans because to conquer we I a know b eir. to where ; l ; ( j he.Cbarjeston: J prj ejt;wtb\iim5lar! -| car man Y' ws'.regaled>,;the_ r g pnbIlo ,t.r. 'Tbefollower..y...ullpfr8CU..-- .dS.a'Hl'. ottollL...'I 1In>hyi.n>er'Of L:el" a.

.freedom j,but we are revolted aUbe 4elUsiofl'TtuchwouhIcymhm Our : : 'tio 'of 'feeling w '.\& nDah. *We Vender'd rip'tiQIl.qrr.., reported aabraughft thi.-pIa '
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freedom"afterit; has : > : ; say again we:welcome'tKe'iew 'steaBTerjutnot'as nliimbV addressed'k letter'' '=

been fixed: on. ,.a f.::solid- :,and 'constitutional ; : 'a means retaliating: on Savin.nahfo'inzsgnjiledgrevjtncea' We hopfourimrnediat.cditMf who'we: in, all kindness cotetnporary 'seems-. G DraJ reqttestih t"rmiss tolo'ld u Saccorded .
ksu'u Ours ions say terview with
.,I"1 v..... ; The ; : : she'.has lomewbat hardly pressed in replying our any Amric JdJo tairbtbe,
.r"- *m31(thenL "1b!! etl '
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:" ,Frointoai1iem3en11n.LT1L inflicted i b leston will not.be'able l remarks boutihe. principles ok the VermontDemocracyr $ f"rta4j1
: r veal' ( pi i,as J j"a.lep.1i1 _cJo
C ATI01l PJl&TT OF SoCTU-ClR sonl J : ; to MliMevSavannab; 'roore, by her;.prowesson ; identify oar :language with a TheT interview ,wu 'POstpoueA.:dlztbe
aLni .-tt appears:,to ,us that.'those.'.who to : sea than-she,has:done on.land.> private 'remark:we 'may: or may' not 'havethadC morning ofthethe 30th,;,tbe.Fwoi- ,....
he >is frflh monwiK
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) ,'that : n party -
days time been
mean
Propose to,wait lor'eooperation'are; pursuing trana/1 iIIe
a strangely fatal and suicidal.poficy, if that' : : The. conij1cencyandjorbearance'exhibi.ieI i; not consider tt' :.unpardonable, or offensive of, the 'Ponta, ; .an4 torn' aceeasi'ona .
theyare sincere. their professions desire sed >i.We hate made: e remark no doubt; been made to their 'nnmbefc, n.-ca
; .a ; ,iujheJasty.Wirwi, in f feigning be sol ', always .
.
; but had ulterior'motiH\ 'at all We
to actat all. "Put sho'aldersto'&he emba mandant of the
: : ; Castle informed
your me thai
aced with an unmd-as th ugh the thought the brightest jewel in',bincrown"wbeit'out ; the
wrongdoer
,wheel and then call on Hercules," is an our : whole number of'im oners was 11ft..,
pld.adage and one full of meaning and bans could presume to-, 4: pctf. the*'application \ 'of office, and that be of' whom about ..thirtyl.orthirt1..'.._.

I. sense.. -They profess a desire for a southern was ; ) pr the, golden* ('precept* o4 "*"good for evilnr- plumed himself upon itjUllt.as we do upon Americans, sue. learned from d, .
confederacy, but they, wish.to wait until other : : I : ; affects nsTmbre: deeplrTh4nreadingthe playnilike" our being an /fraPnion. "man,';:and,baring. This officer was'present thr apoat"'tW j in.erview. .
Stales are ready to form; it with them.- : been an ultra Whig ., Another'.gentleman who
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of Dr.'Pplidbri. The.of ."/ meekness constrains his remark wa$iai
/ 'Our neighbor us by
That '
Suppose no other State will move, will she ; reduced :as Inspector Prisons-came
continue to submit We hope not. '* that ; )pur neighbor's expre lion of satisfaction to call attention totheclosing passage in his luring its continuance remained 'o&til

'iTfie only way in ,which there can be cooperation us be '"Fnrres the eves and lion the bowels, recent card announcing, himself.as again a its'close., .The prisoner were heavily..
is for somebody ,to begin. We who : : : And drenches handkercldefs_ like towels.' candidate for'' the office ofiudge" of Probate: eJ, were'dad.in a prison nnifotm/snd hadt
received in our revolutionary struggle no After tyingspe. k r at., the Cuba i''? Having finnrj'resolved to know no parties her; hair'closely' t., They were"confinef

aid from France until we had put bur shoal.derito I meeting, charging grossly with an offence i know(should none I be before elected;, bat) cf'er offer:myself the eLrCt1ON to Iou/1 shall rely .in an arched. gallery, to 'which access Wa
the wheel. Suppose; Massachusetts to, the I Individual alone lad through two grated doors the'inner '
which 'is i iIsij. mroittfid injndicting[ ing upon my qualifications and on*
had postponed her resistance until she could duty t the bl as a pledge.for.the future shall.only refer you tothe being entirely of iron. .? "*, .'
interjteting ;
graciously
have got the other colonies to declare their be, ; charge, satyre part.' "In the little ante.rooai'Yeera these w:
independence should have been dependencies a : IIlo li and, knaves1'1 into- .'pan.r Yrie" ,and If,-we were to make a thousand 'vows of doors laythe garments worn' by theprUon

of the British government pel haps giving"us license. ,;/Distort! .ourfroboteit ino innocence a wish to see'.Mr.' Livingston ers- at the time of their'eorlnemenL- -

to Ihis day. When Lopez, some months t! as many deformities rfj we have 'our un- defeated, we know he,would not credit them, "On,our entrance the' Americans were or
since, attempted to revolutionize Cuba, everybody derstandine,"-oar" discfiimer:of ill-feeling and"we'will jot practice deception of dered to advancejo,} the froD aDd all fol
,. .taid it was a great piece of folly.- A making such Vow; but we ,protest that bur reigners were sent*to tbe other end roT the
"Let the people of Cuba" said they, 'begin : is accepted at lz'i apology*.*Truly tomebodtft"understanding" opposition to him arises from :no other cell.' Inquiry.bing, made for 'the officers,
themselves and they will have plenty of \must'be.surpassingly mo'ul- source than our,belie fin his being an""ultra tbe following presented themselves;viz:' '

help. So say we now of South Carolina: ceived ded. Our probo 'alnost impedes our.vision party man"-too ultra to hold the office" "James A Kelly, of New Orle nerormtd1';
Jet her begin, and she will soon have plentyof ) ; "it.. and.we tbink'there is little hope'of amend. of Bayou Sara who held the,rant of captain .
help. If the North should have the wisdom !hou to contemplate iLimnerof. our phiz, ment in this particular, with "the past" be- lathe expedition'j pbertM-Gride'olNeir

to let her alone, quietly to manage her ; bat for obstruction Iwixt oar eye ,and fore us as a.4; pledge'for.tbe future." Jf Orleans, a native of :.Kentucky, a Keateaant

own affairs, why, the South would go with sion yonr''fine fullmoon.1" | t In the same ; JL D..Baker, of_, also.J.;
her, as a maUer ol course, and so will the here ; "If yon'eonld melt tentthoasan pimples We are indebted toV; C. ZANTZISCER, tenant. : .
West. But if, in their arrogance and folly, same Into half a doien dimples. Esq., principal financial clerk of the State "No other officer :of the 'expedition_pre..
they should attempi to make war !upon,-her; In \ Then your face we might behold Department at Washington, for a package sented himself. They were informed that't'
tbe whole South will rise in her defence. &ioni! Looking doubtless mnjh' more snugly bad obtained permission 'to visit them
up Yet then HwoulJbe ." andT
even d- agl, '
'The'great evil that will result from tbe We / containing handsomely printed copies of recent !hat ray objectwas'.to obtain from them
thatjwe
co-bperationisls!: of South Carolina is, that Slate do not know ought to,connect speeches, correspondence,'and an oration information they might'choose to prer any,.
they render their friends in other States pow.erless such an ugly face witbilhe fair fame of theadithnistration'b delivered at the laying of the cornerstone which would ,be forwarded to the Government :

-lhey destroy the chance of cooperation result (we'suppose decorum demands of the Capitol, by Hon. Daniel Webster of the United States, and perhapa
: "As States Georgia, Alabama, and a solution the doubts in which our might be the means of deterring others of
; without tober, They are from the,press. of Messrs. from '
Mississippi cannot co-operate a majority our countrymen : 'placing themselves ia
remarks respecting the: administration and
to give them the control of the gov- of the Gideon & Co. the same deplorable ,situation. Tbef we're
ernment. Hence, although the southern- mise Cuba bave involved eotemporary of the told distinctly that they.were in the ptrwrf

rights party.in Georgia may le in the minor- is Nei s. Oar remarks when made were founded JACKSONVJLIE,'Sept. 16, 1851.C. of,the Spanish .Goyemmentand'that thing

ity by only one hundred, they can do nothing : upon the fact of the absence from Wash DREW, Esq., Editor of the Republican n: could be done for them as 'AJnericanv

".- to bring about co-ojieration while South ; ington of. the members of the':Cabinet daring DEAR SIB : As many.vague and con.'ct- i inasmuch as the President's proclamation
; Carolina waits lor it. L.-t South Carolina had declared that any person joining an invading
'move, and she will not only have the south the Cuban excitement.VVe; inferred that ing statements bare been made in referenceto force would thereby fotfeit theprotection :

ern-rights party of Georgia, Alabama, and they were hOt keeping kcosian!! eye upon the surrender or seizure,of the steamer of the Government of the United7

;j; Mississippi to COOllerate"itb her, but she the points' of rendezvous'as justified the Pampero, Tt i .is but proper that t 'those,interested States. ,This:was raid i to, preventTthtif.
will soon have the whole of all of the forming false bopeltrom visit -
charge of espionage or'even extreme vigilance viz., Mr. Seguire, the owner of 'the any my
F Slates. There is'not a canditate for office ."Thentormati was. given iathe .
injGeorgia now who dares to say that he ; and we pointedly instanced the departure vessel, and the Government officers, should. presence of the entire party'by the afore

would be in favor of using force against of the Pampero': from.New Orleans, be placed in their true position.On said officers anJ; being ul co dieted by

F South Carolina. If the North were. to attempt As ; and itscruise'along OUR coast.without molestation the evening of thetiOth inst. Mr. Se- any of them, may be regarded. .as.the testP
it there would be but few who would the mony of be whole..
;
; .': not be in favor of using force In her defence. we do by a government vessel. There guir, accompanied by bis friends, Mr. "They stated 'that the expelitloo :'sailed!

There is noVa Union press or a'Union candidate ; tool no vessel of warM tye Gull except two O'Sullivan and Mr. Livingston'ariived herein from New Orleans in the steamer,'Pampero.*.

in Georgia, so far as we know, who near the harbor of Havana-the Vixen and the mail steamer St. Malihtu. Mr. Se They were not sure of tbe exact,nnmbtr

dares even to discuss fairly the right of se- Albany-and .they "wer, there legitimatelyto guire requested me to accompany him, up comprising! it, bat thought it was, 487; that
cesi i Q. Even those who were wont to talk to it certainly did not amount to five hundred
much about and traitors and this protect the rights American citizens in the river as his legal adviser and after Before in Cuba
so trearon, ties i landing they anchored near'*
glorious Union, no longer dare deny the the perilous state, of. ill Island! instead of some consultation Mr. Seguire informed me Key West where they .remained'.several

right of secession. It is t.ne that, while guarding the Spanish ow r' in Cuba.- that his purpose was to find the'steamer.and hours and were visited by some citizens of

! they admit the right, they endeavor to mistily freely The presence of our waY vessels) there is no place! her in the possession of the Government that place. They landed in Cuba about twOo'ciocIof

. it by talking. about revolution ; but there is new thing. One of ,those called the the morning.of the 12th AuguU. ?
ormot
not a man of them who dare advocate the officers. Arriving at Picolata we Their.,first fight took place oc the. 13tbv
9 right of the general government to use force: "such l gulf squadron always ordered near learned that Dr. H. Holland, Inspector, From that period they bad lost all '.recolle-
and if they dared plainly and openly to deny Cuba to protect Americt n interests., Of this and whom we knew to be 'a Government t ton of dates. 'They badfive engagements, *

, the right of secession, there could not be the we are ready to adduce 'proof. Can proof officer in search of the vessel j'was sleeping but could not 'tell how many of their Dame
1' a Union man elected in' Georgia-not even to tbe u't be furnished that the wo named ber bad been killed. They were armed whb/
vessels
. ; ToombS and Stephens. that there for the ., at the tavern and accompanied by Mr. Lir condemned musketsij. bad 'no rifles j bet
r Then, if South Carolina wants cooperation fn were purpose charged 1 You ingston, I sought his room and awakenedhim many individuals had revolvers and knives.
let her act. If she were out of the pe may offer newspaper pro >f. You may quote and informed him that Mr.-Seguire desired They brotght with"them 80,00Q'cartridp.'

Union to-day, we' have no doubt" that thesouthernrights to irom some filibuster pre which may per- to see him and aid him in finding his and captured many 'more after .landing-.
.
would the elec- ; bad ,Soon aftP.i
party
carry haps for tbe same object re.quotebeyew. They 'no artilery landing
tions'in October by an overwhelming major- in the j But something better.is needed than ves el. At the first interview between these they,found they had been'deceived, and became -",
newspaper viz.; Dr. Holland and Mr.
c Ity. gentlemen, Seguir, anxious .tQ' return home.They bad.
charges that our government has des. Mr.'S. expressed his readiness to accompany been informed before sailing that fourteen:

.1 Ordenfrom the President in regard to Cuba. The i patched vessels to Cuba for the purpose o'J Dr. H., and surrender the. vessel., ,At P- towns were'.in poss ssion! of tbe:'Pa.t. ,"

; \VASIIIVOTOC, Sept. 1. the "guarding the Spanish power." This is the latka we learned where the vessel', and (to use"their own language,) and that' th:
I There have been one or two Cabinet allegation, and tbe whole ground of complaint '" whole! island wasT in a state of revolution'.1,
by the following morning we went on board They that the fifty men' captured
meetings since the return of the President, of our for,he ; suppose
at which the same unanimity of sentiment the i cotemporary ; says the Mr. Seguir, in presence of:JIr. Livingston; with CoL'Crittenden were endeavoring' to-

prevailed in regard to the purposes of ive I administration "was' bound to prevent organized Mr. O'Sullivan, and myself, on' the deck bj f make their escape- :They so infer from ta._
: the administration respecting the Cuba Invaders i part1eiIrorn leaving the country with fact that they'were"all .dispirited 'by the re.
the said
recollect -
- Pampero, as nearly as. can- .
'and '"
p as upon all other subjects which the intention of invading a' country with ception..they et with disgusted,
have been brought before the Cabinet under : which we were at Why ''then to Dr. Holland, f Here lathe. Pampero they said, witfr thef lies' and deception. prac*
I the Administration of Mr. Fillmore. and peace. are.' and I surrender, to you-,adding .some tised towards them. : ,
4 -I All high in office here feel t.battbe'honor sneers and aspersions cast'upon the government thing to this effect, that Dr.'H.:,should: take "The"countrfpeopfi'generalIj fled ,at
officers' here for .doing their 1Yhy their approaehr;and nori them.' %Von
of the Government its bead at home and day duty notice that the Pampero had sailed from New joirtd
dignity abroad, is committed .tp.lbe adminis with i i is'th i conduct_ contrasted with their out with hQogeran fatigue, the melposin"tbiS com
"
Orleans with: license which he '
a coasting '
; body threvr' their- si-
tration. TbeExecut".e is a sworn officer, former when that away arma,
passiveness should entitle "
r and as such is required to see'all.the laws In t r supposed could! be pI doced. ,Dr. H. replied week'br tenr,day8'pre Vionsiy"lhey. Ottld>
tbe m them to praise h.. tea "of censure at'tlhands. not Teroembtr'wben,, 'baJ
him 'distinctly
$ executed-one of which requires to em- be could receive, 'io'conditi6n4suuendr, ofthesbipand They
-; ploytbe army, the navy, if need be, the militia # .of those who profess to' be;:thV'peculiar '- ,; -' I then ,remarked. to him I .Dot; at U at time; beard oFt! e o&r'of.lifctojsuch
such ; 'as;would give i hemseFvea pt but,their?
suppressing just expeditions as J ,friends of Cujba l hi 4.1
,fWe '
those fitted out at New Orleans. As I wrote ; have.said'tbi administration' was. thought be ,misunderstood. Mr. Seguire, intentio'n'xraS to threw; tneTrfselvrs'upon insfmercjr
you.on, Saturday, the.President has author CHA obnoxious the not whose J language did'o contemplate :a conditional :: .1 of. the','Spanish;.',Gbrrnfflie L, They .
and charge of overvigilance IriT W did:not come" ia all'together; but in small1
; .ized the employment of ,the army navy I surrender?buf, imP!I'intended
: : to suppress any:expedition "which ma.y be fit :' ffiarfij' .Cubanpditiiiii.) ;, Wha'f; they as a request*that- .Dr.--- H." should- 'r "e&r'in mind parties and at different tima., They,bad-
; ting'out at ,NrwYork_ Such(an .order has cutter j f i have'since done or:; ord 'red does not,:'invali subsisted :.chiefly "upon?'(n t'and"tbe hsfc
that he Mr. S. had this to
r : ( ) made' statement. meat thatsome"of them had :eaten1'
gone to the city, and a like 'order111 be date our assertions., In ibe'ear stages oi tra sp
) '
eent:tp the South to-day. These are, indeed .oflhe the excitement him as an.officer of the Customs.: portion ,of their: General' horsei 'There'-
( they neither informa '" '
but a: repetition of the orders of last : i sought The vessel! was,:'subsequently Jb rough t" otht' was (no.:.lack;; of. 'anun'onitipn'when-; they4-:
, spring/aid;they have ne'ver been suspended, were : lion fCubintnojem' ntsn&; r even rem l ed pl Cc'and; I heard 'afterward1 ihat Dr, threw eaway their;'arms, ,1b ughmach'.of';;
,
but to give them the more force, the officers i ; within reach of.convenient i ', communication.As i mads : "wbal theybrorighf; ha4beMdumaed'by. ...
H. had formal seizure of her which -
of Government have been reminded that : time elapetd l ,'.and ioleliigence of !. a ClientyGnder'stated that be carried :"
es these orders a tstill: in force and to be obey; tar, ; z ti organ statement I denied at .the'time to be correct : thk'iboughofficeind' thai beb j, "
'I I t w.A f ; ,, ing. us'ofJotetingetlkls' ; on1 our coast, for I was'' under the'impre. &i :that 1 was lt twenty-eight: rounds of cartridges.ia bis ber .

c The conduct ofthe New.'Orleans'Collector t and < : ( and' of,::the.."sad.*' J-?reverses. .' to/ ,:'oui'y6ung andfated cognizant wall'that transpired. Dr.11'; has .!.when he'threw-it awayv ", ,-f':
.l 3 .ga.iMtvhom eOmllainti'have' been':made, some -. countrymen- ,,10,,,*Cuba;was. ,.borne**t-'to> .since said to 'me that: so woii as be \-v nt'onboard S "C pr. K Uy.ta that the Editor of theNewOrl

will be ,.investigated today .by ,the Presi i has ; Washington on the four.winds, what fcould preceded by 'Mr. Seguir,. be 'proclaimed ans Delta Mr.Sigur: ; was inatro'
dent. Iti is said the Secretary thc Treaeury be but a seizure in behalf of 'the United mental in persuading him tp join the eipeditibn --
: that
.-r complains ,of the misconduct of this ; expected siithpaIpabre: facts States, in' the presenciof wiin.' This ,' haying 'iddresse&hiirs' etonaIlyep.

J! colfrctor4.Sho ld :.the President find, him would! prompt to officiaT action,,both' 'to: en I did notkuow, nor did I hearf and'my'pur onthe; "subject; He haareason,'to believe

deserving i censure;I am sure he will be dismiased"arus in the force law and'stay: f wbole'eaIe, slaughter. pose/in making this statement is, tb'give a that be persuaded ma"nipothera alsol,The

: : .there is no doubt that in\ all On ; which .befel our countrymen,! correct'version of the transaction ''as" it"'.'was, whole 'partylianfest d: much indignation-
and all the law known to ,- : 't towards Gen.- and, Mr. -
I rc f cl v toward person*, AVe ar find me. .Lopez : 'Signr ymany'
j happy to
will:.bC 4executedJ: y.tile:Piesidcnt ,with thegreatest : neighbor- affirming 'In justice to the parties,you .will' please. ,of,them asse'rted that "it would 'btf
. ;; firmness and the mOISt uhquestibna.bleTpromptness. New ; : : i ,the duty. "of J the government, 'to "prevent publish. the above- :: worse'for The 'latter.if'riiey.eboiiU,tot:

.. The President, 1 ,bave occasion pero, ; '; t \ organized i parties from.leaving)the. country I amilif- ,,ressectfully, yoursV ," ': return home. On being told that Gen.'Lopez *-
to 'desires to be, thus understood i This it l lias ?QUEEN MclNTOSH; was; taken 'prisoner,'a of Vndex*
-. kriowt'also' ; now done*:whether, civilly\_orb;. .., cO .. ( : cry jof-r J.. *
) ..persons,. and the combined ultatioii ran through the crowd. *.; *
Cabinet are unanimous as to Executive duty later m11i&rJand,civil action is,of little ''The/fstaJted that jLopez.wae'ehiel ol tW
I' -- ;io this respect.N, Y.:Express.. the \ i consequence j,and the nervoustiess' displayed ; e.f.; ri l' tar oe J 'expedition.Col.Dbvrsemanrwass: epodvi -, 1
I at the' of few ,Ue esmeowthJtacolamnsabrouded: | In command 'and killed the- ttliteenUl
.. their ;. I alg ,a guns to:guard, the prop. was on
,7 "..2VU.Th4eDcZt4z; mourning foite,4esth..Z' hsditer*MrWu/-. clvm.anoiher'karJer. Scott ,'of-Tennesseei:wa*
;
: ; andaha tlltof Haynes
,. e Ut Colonel 'ted..' .' ; the ; erty, ; hjenf,all.: of; vrbich.were tux H. B4sW.wfIinOTar:earfier years* to their btsVbti -1-
*
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r- __.__ _, In the mKlStot the lamentations of fathers ers. : : : returned '>-'St.,' 'Augustine',after the ere'tie realiUesOtnjatnrer: Uf..to cheek thefree liefhe.'was:; 's\pr.iIi According, the moantains.'. ""Col,

wr mothers, .brothers'and sisters for,.the the i ] l vessel.'..was 'secured, ,)is'hardly excusable r 'inthosejvho impulses and frequent'intercwute of boyhood Crittenden. '!rhad b enjan officer in tha Ur'S;

death pf their dearly beloved, by "the Havana have : : hav [so Often offj.late'looked_ unmoved -, sad'.to assign' to;each his'alloUcd: 'place'in the Army:'during'the' ww!WtbM tco*' 'AsfHungarian :.

butchery, we have abstained from:.theobtrusion llie' } ( upon JikV novCtii destined for an th. busy world, iJ>,IntlnuU-eoiapwdoa ofy.th* da. named Pra rrj who acted as Aft* .
of0af; .buinUe grief,into the pre. ceased, and knew wen and Uy ever since boWII; jutant GeneraJ,'was notlIy'wounded'c": .
s' cioftb&Iugust sbrrpof, those .who purpose; ;n 1 are jrecldedfiom6Mflng eharter,his'ww,,and bU'worth:.. ,n.dIed the 13th, "' TV: .
hare to Bwarii the,loss 61 their own ''biwd! : fault with)the enforcement of law;)respecting at the age'of about 24, of a pulmonary affection;' ll matterof rqrtttblI lln & Jlw

: b.twe &nj o'Jong rlferapoor" tribu tothe'memory her. : :; ) brgahized. :.expVdiUpl owever" ca P tipui being a native of Martlanj;reir d and'ed'u<*hd narrative'has been obtained,.froox 'uese' .afortunatf \. -

ol,a'bosom friend.' T. : ; ; themay;Mem, as to'the ode/ .As for.help* In Waahlngton city:. He left th.;>ttor place: In :men.' -;lj& ,LthxcItctpeutoflhemoixeDt ?: ;
,Tbat friend was VVilliam S. Crittenden.--' : ) l; i ing'.Spain.in! ,''Cuba : ,. ,1838.CCU' FsyettsvIlIiu4 m 14rSIII theViIluziI many: would.speak at bnce.'aod t*
we.agaia
We respictfullyrequestproof !
Long and well did Ve ,know him. bet some it difficult 1o $ M115t
the* was get
< ; nlug qaeatioiis
of.aom
paper : W*
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, knew him first.in the MexTcan:waTt and in te i ( ; ; _,,_ 'i-_ -t of'th"e'anegati6n.i11_"_> ''.- -_--I* !, 'to i and continued'in'the'homo .of his\OPU9iaaD factory answer;cihactoantof the gtfflIi"
Edd :; I "
a bivo sbart4hiibianket., *, \ of all-to 'e'l.t4r
many give It..fI,
0 ie ICO'J'IrI BBI'I1BL1CATlOlll.. ._ ',editor.and printer BuUlhlsdecdw. kit rx>s4,s, ir '
or wed At\VpsfPoiritlie'gricqaterw.itn the opening of that war he occupied.hon t I f : | ; ,We arefiii{' regolarreoeJpt: | tf l, .&t. .fci' Ll'-Vi' .* L'i' arpw4.Integrity, Hdder thbst .qusJBties f i'.
1bi hL
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the position of Adjuiant of ibe 'Fiit-t'In/an* | nir'scat ti the benefit of!medic*! tutaadaott wWtter. .
. for. several, the of:\ e i : J : &it social cbaracUr whkiendeartd.'hiBiU i.-.kIt.circle
try, and topntbs''dischargedl .Cimcr7. ;. Vu1tA:Sflrk : c r'nemenn.ir D1ie4"the1
Of. ;
of .
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In the 11e4J ,
f I. | friends community lutwbjteh" )
duties'of Post' ; !
highly relpousible AJjutautatVera tio his latest the-North Bjilijh"Rerie: 1 w/forngurti By hIs I They:were S4uk c1fihet.W: been proj'
,esUbliahed
with merited ti :.He was : enterprise Mspap r..vpensflrmin4 f"with'' wbeiWfther
Cruz- Dor. : : vided --ty.u' mwaJs t day,∇
theon of s< brother ,of, the, distinguished; : wbichliasjoVt come'to d., ,Its profitahla bads..H* left widow and aa had bread;and-,eefSe for owsAhsn
&euUeman1wbo now fills the .o.pf.4uor. tfalt- > : 1 t il 'are':'The",Social I'Science-its Bistorjan4 iBtemtiug I .family of ehQdna tbisingle th..tears Some said tb. y Jsac1at' others rejAed **4
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ncy General'of;,,lbe Umud, ijtatts, *: His : & ; ,.rt. .,. .. ...'it,.,'14tir7theFApologetks of now with,those of iyinpiUBy thelonthtyBttt they bad no cbflee ;Tfae-'caBMSftanifaa as*,
/atbtr 'emigrated ;toi. Arkansas when that : [ f \ I ;.NetResttltsrot I 1848 t latGermanyidltaly ban'eizetilne"a'' ili t.- !- .0, ..mediately inquired thereason; oil blr r
' 51&14 was 1i1 :its inIancya.ed'died' in:early aJ : Ii ; : .few.months af we'rtcelred a leUer from, dtnaie,''who stated that:ttosi IrMF S '
ws41ingacouzrnuiuty ]J1I1'>njjeraal re. \ ; : I ; j' Typ'eal l'F rmsthepntJej : our departed d friend exprenJna;'his i ei e.'apprehiatlons' -t confined.'Ilh. nC.it. 'tte .
*rret/or Jbe'Q' of ajnan$)as highly:endowed ,-- ; !; : Cw 'Mr, ; wbarn"r "RtW rks of '4fth.'tffwtsof trinehftg'/ bit farmer* eame1o., ..-to.' 'ue' ., .1..hfe f'';oa"_''

, WJb h' Y f& f'a4;. beas, gifted( tb ".* I' 'I Ff.,:' :j,",1tr".i. ,1 t v<- 9.* ;it.. >'-*&:!r.,:.'.01 fuddea than expected tii. a'the ranmoMO* morn'irig but that tbe14bae: tWi'. .
1J'Jt.h the jzrd '4 .it fowance af'dilniHestI4e1 .
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.10 math reduced their-exposure .T. Fvlrlarehall, who elected tothe '.' .' : is: 'PIed4a oe"a!

$ad,,hardships :would seem' 'to" warrant,, H owe ofjRrpresentatives Kentucky from "_ I : ''. t lUTllU1 H.n.1 A" ': !f :urr :.

They crea:appeared to be cheerful" whkh Woodford :coan1t'm; V speech *>n' the. poor'1:- tate .t 0.ft.' 1.
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nay&*?* been the eflect of;tbeii relief from I night of his.e lO, :which. fa*' rare -notice .M au. t., ; = 'h' -. M. aF.3r.ui, tr. r.AJf1ec1'B

condition of far greater anxiety and suffering that be 'dissolved all connection; with 4 Admit 5---after 3 .. T..I--tL--.D !ior, 1..1.t. 'It: -
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experienced. daring' .their wanderings. the Democratic.party,*ndf thenceforth aea& ; : : QK TdepBrtart th ,
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the resumed bis old'position ,as a..Whig The UtJa 1 u De .

upon,*\ aboold 1a1an4.a hare stated that mjfirst lieu. circumstances of the avowal,as they.,' ,have iD'thoa. lb -J 'i' l 'fl < ,. ". .0" -sy- ". ,' f
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t tenant Mr, Taylor, was with me daring thza een related lo us,; iw characteristic '-of J ftI 44| g iMfjl' t'
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.' Mr. Marshall has been acting aH .. -.. 'oftbiIdtonsntsid It.:1.. '! .I
interview. .
"1 will ; : : th. 'p. "t. P. M NE17Ti" :snrom&vain4to thereby that>t.rtain of Js&( Defeadaata, I. di 4.
of including
with the Democrat In this S.
number
.whole for some
fTb pnsoners years '. .r PIMhaI will 1srTUEDAY, L.M.. U.F ore*.;**eoflfee r*.-and AM \
4a-
those not yet brougbt to Havana is of. race,however; he ran as an independent earn .1 :.e.niTba&& b>R A.yeouecU..Withthe, frecl.Hri: and citizens of ,

-kSally: stated to be about one hundred and L didatejand was supported by many Whigs; ;A: C to or.. S o Steam Ships. -o" South Carolina smj that T. a Rlsley'resides Id i i
th State of S6TttltC rKn .. '
thirty but doubtless he owes his election mainly to at o )'LOaIDLAwD ALABAnJk0 -_'. '

'*i hare juSt learned'that Lopez who was I Democratic votes:. After< the result was .\ the F iwTork a."m'eoat'ta. Jt II therefore ordained tbaLactMEppsa;
:w ., ,! ; .. | ,kav* aa and answer said BIn of Complaint- gives a.nt.
captured on Friday a4kugnst 29th,) was known on Monday night,. :Mr.Barnes his '. ; other Tuesdays throughout the'year',< '* A Defendantiby a putHeattoB of tbfe otder 1stsou X

brought in last night and publicly garroted competitor, mad a short. speech, in which A a ngthe: Ufted 'Slates HaltForFreigh *Ntwirpap printed Ia Aid Cirt-tt foy.,tho P
at st rea o'clock this said that be considered it no disgrace .toe 'A : $ will i ; ap ace of four aoa1benc. a week >i
defeated of Mr. Marshall's And EiaTgagemeata or, Passage,baring fronr the dale href. Aid U U fWUrti &tSei t
.'.. worningY's by .a .man uperior accomm atlB&aLe Rooms u,'apo that unfew said JMtadtatf appear s-bf ;
T abilities. After Mr. B. concluded, ply oa board.A. t6..Fsasiiu.:Bisnzz C -
i[: : "-. this Bill of Complaiat :wjthfa* HAVAKA, Aug,V. 18SI. Mr. Marshall spoke, and paid some beauts 6 1t Agents JaeboDVil1" :F. ._f : .of Uio Urn' of lbs Ji&WI! 1 ,
f ul and to Mr. Barnes. Fall --4 > : M.'A.COHEN, I"A-t. Decree pro eoaiesso' .
eloquent compliments ,
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S.rennab,7use3183I bema
Sir: I have received the letter which you I ; S :* r' / -
He then said he wished make out an account
to
addressed to me this day soliciting my permission The -:Tb1Sney will leave .Jacksonville for THO.D UGL.S.'IIdei i :
.
with the current'with the Democratic k partHe : .S avannah every FRIDAY MORNING \ I
to hold an interview prisoners at seven I.I/.Oore Gamle/Ctork of aoU CovrC'da'
The clock
that he owed his election ,neW -
who have been brought to this port I acknowledged 'Juno 12." further. notice.- hereby Certify that the show is at tm copy. 1 .
and who formed a part of the invading expedition to them, and be set himself down as debtor Ib 'Iawit. tb*Records of said Court.xtf aa order nad/o I( I j'

which attacked this Island. I in"jortn for that.. But he had supported Mr. Polk, In the Circuit Court.,Col MB*!* C.a.'J', .tho. seventeenth day of June,"A. I). 1351*** j 4'JB .
and otherwise done the service wita .whereof 1 hereonto'set irr 4
Commander party some ; the Eastern Circuit oATTACHMENTS FI..lcIa.. Wa i '
I order
the
in that '
,
you reply, for that claimed a'credit and called upon J1-a. and affix the seal of maid CdarL -.!'t' j
< of her Majesty's frigete "Esperan- : 1iIDV.inE V.G.tsrr,Gfry.b;"'. if
the Democrats present to on which ride Fernandes Bisbee Js Co,J Sum sworn to$131vs. ,- Jane,U,18L'.j3.4i '
"
za on board of which the prisoners arr, to I saT < "" 1. 1.
the balance stood. Some them cried out. But > 87-100. I
:admit at hour at which r and R. Salter.'
you any yon maypresent said A. Joseph ; >Bond filed O. I'M the j.
"Oh, we're indebted to you. "Well, Circuit Cnrt, Eaatent are.U1ei.
yourself, to hold the desired inter. THE defendant and all others Interested are PJo114a.-DaYaJ .. -. ;
Marshall "I the balance com .
forgive ,
yon ; squarehe S
view with permission to remain with the .notified of the commencement of this -
,
close the books and henceforth re WILLIAM: B: R :- \
t account JI1Iy
Attachment returnable to the next Term S s.ttaetnHla&
find it
prisoners long as yon may conve.nient. I .forever." con of said Court, and are hereby .. .
to
Whig
am required
a appea fl
these .
And avail of this occasion I cnMsiarca. > .
myself S.
and plead to the declaration filed thereto 4
We congratulate the Whigs the return accord '
upon On .of !r1I1P.4.teadans and aUotbr rsiiIntarect.
which .' p
to assure yo ol the esteem your noble .- ing to law SMITlI-kO'BRIBN.
of-w gifted 'a'son to his old 'politicalfaith. ; t-M.ISI .L are hereby notified*f the institsjtbni of th* !
coadact and Inuit and honorable char : ..ug,1-3aa. .RfijAuy. !
: above
.-Kentucky Commonwealth. : entitled suit by.Mt&eh.. aa4;NCI'dM
acter entitle you to from me.I Of a Iu the Eastern Clrcait Court .f FItlda, to appear and plead t* the 4 eUratU I!**SB said -

am, therefore, with all respect your MISSIONARIES FOR EMIGRANTS. is stated Yes! ep law ap Countjr .1' Osfral*; e ase. t, PHILIP FRASER,

obedient servant, & to be the of Baird's visit Robert Ilabersham fc Son, Petition for Foro- S : Att'y.forPtsL
object to Europeto oc \ Jacksonville,June 26, l&LSnv.In .
JOSE DE LA CONCHA. .
procure a number of well-qualified mis- cp fee \. .l"eUtioncrIeloaun'.I of .Mori* '

CiuaLzs: T. PUTT. Esq., Commanding U. sionaries to labor among the different classesof time Jacob. Cole Defendant vs. }f'gago"property." Personal Circuit C urt, Easter Circuit*f sTI*.

sloop-of-war Albany, and senior officer of r emigrants landing on our shores each in In TTT appearing to the. satubctioa :ofthe Court rlila. In .ColumMsi County !a CJaaIMft7.

the naval forces of the United States in his own tongue, to be sustained by the M. that the said 'defendant resides without the Louisa: Smith) S
American and Foreign Christian Union. Its And M. State of Florida, to wit j in the State of.California. vs. ,>BiD for Divorcee
this port. i & Tberefo-e on motion of J.MeRobcrt Baker, .E1imitii. ; ) f -,, '
also his .
purpose to establish, if practicable E .,Attorney for tho II
sq petitioner' : &eUo .
appearing to the of"tiko Cottrl
'
The Washington Republic adds : American preaching-chapels in Paris ute. I IT IS ORDERED that the said 'defendant do TT, that The defendant. Elisha.Smith, rwddtt bondtkeSateofFleridat.whintbis3tstoe .
Turin and other cities in Southern appear and answer the >said within the
the ; of these Europe.P&ESJlYTEIUN petition 7 ( I
that
"We learn upon recept Oh tune prescribed by law, or.'&'judgement by de Georgia,on motion of W.M.lvs,.Es1.,solicitor
despatches the President direrted copies to I To fault will be rendered against him. for it is
COLLEGE IN TEXAS!-ReV- complainant; therefore ordered that t&O
be sent to the Spanish Minister, the furtherto Doctor Baker, an energetic missionary of '' re- It is further ordered that a copy of this order defendant do appear,plead, answer or dean Uth
enforce an appeal already made to that the Old School & IN be published in some newspaper published in this I : complainant bill witV. four month or th*
Presbyterian Church in Texas Circuit two weeks for .
once toni months.months. -
every
same will be taken as confessed
Government now since the leader of the expedition visited the North last year for the purpose To this .- THO. DOUGLAS Judge, &e. ion be made of this order tat the provided laW'd ft pabCaa-t. '
has been cut oS to deal mercifully se ,and JaeksonvOlo, 3, 185L 4m._
August
of obtaining the means .of erecting a bran And a hearing win bo had Oinhlc&USe&1 th*
with his deluded followers, who were enticed I College in that State. He lately reported the next term, of said Court thereafter.-" .' ,
into the expedition under the belief that the himself to have succeeded in In the EsMtcni Circuit Costrt for Columbia Signed) THO. DOUGLAS
of the Island in collecting the To .' ',Judge, k.'
people were already a state Canntjr.IN ,
handsome sum of $36,500, with which he A true copy-Test: : -
of and desired li CHANCERY. ?
assistance
revolution
to establish
proposes to commence the erection of suitable I Pa- S. ScAEBobbon Cterr.
a republican government-a state of buildings in Ausin, the Fall. they -Sarah S Edwards; > S & May 12th, 191.' 22-4nr,
facts which had it existed, could not have present vs. >. Bill for Divorce.. -
MOMS :
justified their conduct, either in the view One of the witnesses during the examination i this appearing G.'Edwards'.y to the satisfaction of this Court In |b. Ea tern Circuit ,

of our own statues, or of the law of nations at. Chesterfield, Va. of WORMLY and I after IT the Defendant Moses G.Edwards,resides Da valC.uaty,Florid -

bat the expectation ,of which gives REED, charged with the murder of ROBIOC, Give : of beyond the limits of the Stite of Florida; Joui" TtTLSER: InChaaccryl. ,- < S

them a strong claim to pardon.Ttoe wa 2a woman the wife of the murdered Pupil On motion of Solicitor for Complainant, It is ,TS" > _'- ':
fe ordered, that the said Defendant appear plead MART n. .) Bill for Divorco.
Humored Removal of the Collectort man daughter* of WOaMLY, and mistress of Bat nor answer,or demur, to the Rid ,Bill. within three appearing to the satisfketioa the CoorS -
Jfew Orleans. REED. The Ricbmond.Di8patc\ describes in: (3)months,or the same will be taken'confessed. r that Mary Turner the defendant the abv

"We are able" to state, ( the New Or- her appearance on the stand ; And that a copy of this order be pobluhcd iDIOm I entitled cause, resides out of the State ot Florida.
says public of the Eastern
She is newspaper Circuit of r and
apparently about 18 of beyond jurisdiction of Court, There
; lenas Crwcr/if the best that years age, Florida for the of
authority three
,) L months.
,
upon [ Defin
space fore motion of O
.
of handsome size, form and face. Never inonr on ear Mart Esq.,Solicitor for
Mr. Ferret has not received any official notice lives have listened Sept.9 00 THO. DOUGLAS, Jndge. ,te. said Complainant Orttertd. That said fe.-
whatever, of his removal from the post we to a witness wish FU; R L p L. s. A true copy, dant appear. and answer to the bin'of complaint

of Collector of the Port of New Orleans. As so much interest. Her entrance into theG 10; of; Te t. ofwid ooraplalBaot within four'months-0" .
: court room excited the most profound ec : 00. S.&.ItBO&OUGH.I Clerk. the same will be taken as confessed.against. .her
he would naturally if not necessarily, be: i ing. All seemed to regret that she could ti n.. July 31,1851. It it father Order ttl, That copy of this order
the first person advised of such a step. we 11, and duly certified by the Clerk of this Co'nrt.bo ublisbed -
not have been ,
spared the pain of State of Florida, Southern Circuit, n..
are not disposed to credit the reports which appearing St : ia soot newspaper printed within th* Eastern
have been put into circulation. there. Still, as she was present when her Str Pam 00 roc eonutjr. Circuit of Florida one a week oonMcotir/

The Administration could not take a more father killed the man who, only a few tos, Fla the! Edwin O. Goynn for. the S said space of four months. _. .
months before N Y S B 'THO.'DOUGLAS fudge :
she bad gone with to the : vs. >
ill-advised and in this section sacred -
( ) more unpopular : altar, and there pledged herself to IOn Va: Ann E.,Gnynn, j I, bidore V. Garni Clerk of taU.Court:do .
step. The rumored removal of our ever 12, M D CHASCXBT DlVOKCE > hereby certify that the above is aTtrao ,fross
(
l love, honor and obey all anxious ILL De ion .SDZK AT copy
gentlemanly and popular Collector elicited L were to Pre eot, CUAXBEKS.r the Record of said CourteSan order. made oa the
bear a history of the tragedy from one occupying D Kelly F twelfth of May A.D.1SSLIn
)yesterday amount of public feeling and to appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, dy ; _
sympathy, which plainly shows what effect so peculiar a relation to it a* herself. Phillips Heerman, that the said bill has been filed,and by due; witness whereof- J bariu set-say

the removal would have. It would crippleand Her father's life in jeopardy for sending her latka .. proof that the said ADD'E. Gnynn resides out of r L.S.hand and affix. the seal of said Court. :

embarrass the warmest frends of the Ad.: husband to an untimely grave, and she the 13,; this State,to wit: at Spanish Wells, one of the ISIDOBJC V.CABJIII- CIerk ks.May13,1SI. ., Of
Bahama Islands it is ordered that the said AnnE. 4m
,
: I principal witness in the case. Her deportment James ; .
ministration, drive some into inaction or Gnynn appear, and plead, answer, or defend
from Mr
opposition, aa4 give its opponents an adVantage I the first to the last of her examination against said bill,on or before the first Monday iuo".berDeXL ,Notice. *- -'
which :. i disappointed Us, and excited more eases I :' Ia default of which said S -
on they would too appearance "
only ea wonder and 14, the I the bill will be WEEKS after date f'wffl"apply U th*
than said taken
and seize. pity admiration. She is. Kentucky pro conf ease against SIX .
thankfully of Probate
gerly Alaebtt
I her,'provided that a copy of'' this order be published Jmdgp ooviy..
"\Ve shall not beliere that the Administration unquestionably, extraordinary being. Fla. be in tome public newspaper of this State tor and State of Florida;for Letter of -Administration
With her aged father sitting before her in the % on the Estate of Niehobt Stbcci. late of
of
has taken so injudicious a course, until the space of six months. before the said first Monday
felon's box to be tried for said county deceased. ''.W.'- t-
facts are before us. None of its warmest an offence involving 0'1:4 fa November provided that if a coy of '
friends here that facts l his life and the reputation and happiness said bill, and of this order shall be personally Aogost. It,J351' > .
pretend no mailerhow TT* I > *_' IJ-JH MMIM.HM* '
served delivered to her then she is
of herself, his wife and other children upon or hereby -
strictly construed by a sense of moral ; For ordered and Siieriift Sal : '
b his side and also I to appear plead answer, or defend .' S. t
y facing her, the man ; "
responsibility, would warrant the removal, against said bill on the first rule day after three ,WILLexpose wale to the highest biddef jto'
whose name rumor has blended I months after the said service in I
and they look upon its prospect with blank intimately or delivery, de- front of the Court House door.in the tow of
with hers in I fault whereof the said bill will be taken
wonder. It would be a very liberal gratuity scandal ; all these things con.sidered fro cw- JacksooviDeDavaleouBtytOBtho lm'mdAt-
feao. her at.lA.4 mentioned rub
against
to the democratic serious we expected to witness a scene of dy. in September next,at the usual boon of'saB 1Wfollowing
party, a very I JOS. B. LANCASTtilt,
feeling beyond which had i to wit i.That cerUurUif.lok-
any thing ever property
stumbling-block in the way of the 8tra.bon' Jadje, Southern Circuit, > of land .
piece ,situate
friends.1* come under our observation. Not so, how State of Florida. C or parcel lying sadVbelacv
*
ever We Key West 3 l1.ICERTlFYtbeabovetobestrnecopTfroii. in the town Jacksonville,-Dan CbI tysMStatc
April ,
were altogether disappointed; of Florida,and known and 4.oatMTplan
Till: STORM.-The Charleston Mercury and yet we can not say disagreeably disap: : or map of said town iu th westkatf*f.J t"

of 27th inst. says:-We have bnt little pointed. There was no feeling, no sensibility the original now itD file in ray office.J. number five, ia square aaiuber tea-tber witk -
no diffidence, no embarrassment no .' M.HRACE\VELL_ an singular tbo teneaieoteJieredftranifnU'.aiHVappurteaaaees .
information
of
precise as the effects of any
yet, '
Clerk M. C.-CO thereto belarn>r, or soty.wiso,
the storm of Sunday, on the growing crops; thing which denoted that she* handsomeand : Key West, April 3,1351.Ls. ,.. juIy3Gen.. appertainin l"mIerCylllJ&for mortgagesad'-
but such as we have received, leads us to; effeminate in appearance as she was, will be sold to satisfy k joOgoMnt.of'; roieeleaaN

fear that the damage has been great and I possessed the heart of a woman. She enter. every In JoaUec C*'> rc, lmaabla eoaatT'W'J gainst Eli'ba HaD and Elwabeth" ,ififf. his wUn ,--
"
paid i favor ot George Bort." < -; .
ed the court-room.witb the air and the bold. S.L.Nir.acakCo..Attaebment ,
general. A letter from Santee states that all I \ Fan. ; : ; JO .$GC s1Zi1tSb.riff. .
.
the the mentioned had I : ness of the mostimpudent lawyer, long accustomed .ft.Debt. sworn to$18885AvEt.Wli.roan. N..
crops on plantation .. '3. Bond filed S97 76.fT .- T' 1tYT OaMCcDpt;S'LJutyzl.
received severe injury. The rice was much to facing courts and those brazen APrKAllING to the satisfaetioa this 11-- : ",

p thrown down,and where it was near main I and gazing crowds which usually hang JL Court that the defendant is a non-rerident of The above sale U-postpbad unta'the'finf.I.jlor -

rity, the grain was shelled out. Corn and I around the halls of justice. Her feminine thisSt&t.sndcouutysndblapb.ee'ofrfeidenciin S Dtcember n. xt.: ..
and her to be in the State of Georgia U is i .
fared better and there appearance intelligence were so at L supposed ; i- '
no
peas ; was pretty war with her demeanor that looked ,Co. therefor ordered I ,that the defendant,, Daniel Stler1.'Sale.IWlLL .-, S ?
wreck of fences. From Southward we upon -
general the- i
Wiliord do and answer to this bill of :
her with amazement She is : ; Bos- appear xpo erUria!* to the hijfaW U4r.irf,
have the a puzzle, a
we rumors that storm was complainants within three months,or jadgmeat
; .L .th*Court Boos*.doer,lath tow*tf.Jaeksonnie
very disastrous to cotton and rice, and we perfect enigma to us. We hazard nothingin [ will be taken a* confessed.:: :,oa'tbo'first Monday ia Septeabtr
await more particular information with no M.Jing'that she was of all that crowded tf GIVEN. under mr hand aDd Seal this 21st next betw+ea-tho naoal'h W.'sale all th* imtere .-
little that court-room the least affected person Ma. dayofJ.ueA.D 1951- t of John.Zand in and toaOthoSw two*
anxiety I there. With a sweet voice and respected name of WM. B. ROSS Jostle, of the .Peace.53m., l lots'of land lying and being upon the NortJr-
Alligator, CoJumbia.coua11. ,jun
i Prone of Black Creek in the of DIal.I
Tuc, AuaAIU.-It' is rumored that the manner there ; ; county
I yet was nothing about ber in- of atten- S described follows, to wit'LotNo.15r o tiBt
Alabama bat been purchased by the Filibusters I dicitive of refined feeling, of these soft amia: : for -AdminlstratOi'sNOtiCe., ,&township fivorango21 Sooth sad Eastaa

,and that she will be fitted up in man- ble and affectionate qualities which constitute Sept.! : lots SIX MONTHS after dateire shall present all lot'No.two io aoctipa2b'township and ran H aforsaMenntaTning *"

of-war style, with "barkers" and a loug torn the chief charm of lovely woman; She their aoooonts and vouchers to the lion. Feli C- 837T100 acres;.leriec\-..cpoII.PF
,T. th : two Livingston,Judge pt Probate for the< of satiafytbe.eoe1a the**several oata of JoW.11.
or two. If BO,and tnat there are some good rave her evidence in a clear, bold and unfaltering spectfully a Dovaf for a final settlement of bo estate of Sey-. Z ww4.ki vs. .& Hardia..', ., ,** "

gunners placed on board of her the Pizarro voice, without the least hesitancy of Duval .ate mour.Picke'- deceased.teat will' then apply JDHN q;T1sberm. '. .

and Uabanero may be obliged to haul! down She spoke of the murder her "Pa had coin CLERK for discharge from all1:farther'attention andre-- S BNCOt3flC1t1LX. :
miLled if pledging aad in the rremiaev? ; i J Tft..t: .' l la r' _, .., .
heir osiers sad knock under and then their as it were nothing more than an ,. rponsibility F. ':: i S

araaments. if not turned 09 themselves may ordinary everyday transaction ; and rebukedthe ties Aug.to to.be .XlARYBiPICKETj JAMES A.Pl K: The above sale is poitponed aatU- S th*."first 4 ,

J>e turned on their friends with rengeinca.If counsel for attempting to make her repeat yard it ..Administrators.MASONRY of,October- 'next. -,._ '"..!.

a Spanish steamer or two were thu. captared portions of her' testimony. She has For .8 op J..eksoft. r"ob.D, 1S3I.< S. Gua."- <..5. r iiiif; : -. .o.

the Espagnols might tender their ailot however, ont redeeming trait unless we are Mr. 1' .IF OB.S,: "' .r .

to the "gem of the Antilles" forever! As deceived.-Notwithstanding any other deficiencies ; I ,. BRICKLAYING, PLASTER-. ., c .. .1J.' ;. .$ '
*U that needed now is the means of conveyance we could not doubt the truth of her the 'for JIT IGJ&c.; 11 I ; .J 1IC" e ofattulvjiritH T _
election, ; fHlHE UNDERSIGNED takeshI IMihOd of .-rrwcedJo#. S ,
with their own .ttamer. and Cubawould test anonl. Her recollections it is true, i ,
\li '. informing tho public that be i* ready to do out-ting ta apleaK'
soon witness a vast host her soil i. were confused in regard to transactions immediately '
on I in Bricklaying 3laaosry JTarteriDg Stucco work, ant part of the Town of Jaeboity_ A_ ..
and the defeat of Concha.A following'the report of the: Run tc. ".-" fie -hmHsh-pkus ,and drawings; to the premises is a vecetablo sad*,Wser.
= '*
rumor, which we'regard as greatly exmgcenued which killed her husband ; yet we ventureto I IJ I when desired by persona for whom ho Is engaged excelleaHrater_ !, Tltka* "..' ';' if
: to execute work. without,extra charge.lie is I -
,- was current some days ago. It say, no other person, under similar em .
fTUE i well known .he'citiPDI'of'JacboDriu. as I a A likely ybongiKgro womaa of good clanlt r;
was that hundred :thousand 'dollarshad barrassing circumstances could '
over a have maintained "
JL J competent mechanic and weak ho baa performed: a gti d cook, washr and iroher: '
.been subscribed for Cuban purposes. more self-possession or a better recol eom 1 ; already for dtiasot o*the place.ho refer tons an. ,-" ;-. w .
I .that'were; .oand withtb. efforts that lection. Profound silence;' only' now and en by : I additional evidence of iU qaaCfleatwusj'ft A-valoable=te C.4Btat>iae (; ;
have since' bee. made committee would: then broken by an involuntary sigh* from about ; : :, '- >'Casts and al4irOl" ''ornamentaT plasteNingalso A and 1ielghtaeres

now have double the sum, stated., But this some,aching breast in the crowd, reigned and rear tIoe ran._ JOliNlVERS.Jf S rate cotton lands tojctker,'wlttf IKe'.vak-Ha. LaprorenuAtsthiircovv --"
I ;is not the season lot successful collections.Aad L during the time she was delivering her testi iu the pre- B.,,-To Planters he woold'say ho baa maeK! *_- -tr -

:it,msy be pronounced "that the is i ..By' the time over one 'd I- I experience iap-Uingup Sugar Batteries, and so : v -Atso; sscr- S S .
city mony. our own feelings at we
say more aDd. Beits work in that line c4de-t that be can give The foQowinglaads ia larierr county JuL; **twjt -
not IB food*-0rfcanton.WASOIKCTOV judge that out bard heart would almost have for *h { (ho amplest.atisiatioa, > ,Charge'SO. cr1NOTICE ,*-,' : t OB Plantation p.ttainiagoihpn4re4 aa** .

been broken by occupying eitherlier or her ho baa the I ,1'.J. . t.., ,fortyTacres: ,wall improvd- 5fJf4.
,' Sept 2d.-The Secretary unfortunate father's has two 1mDii. W t
situation .
on. this occa J ?.ine )fa1U1$51. 11 & .
of the.Treasury yesterday received a dispatch sion. She however, came and went .without : give His him his '- aD4ueo&her" .!.. qjI "W. '

from the CO'Ieetor at New Orleans, a tear or even a sigh Mas. c' Iuo1tio1l_ S. me .accommodating.Appry weD .' ; ,,., '-- ". f S.
fating that 2,000, men,were waiting...thereready If socb a character were described in fie- whose :: ; diri is herebyrivea,'that.the, Firm of .terms; by letter or" '. S.c.". ''' S

to embark' for Caba.. ,The Collectorwas tion, we should say.it was unnatural, that i rivalled ena- TITUS is this day dissolvedby : ; ". : -

informed in reply that should these men is, not one in :a hundred thousand : _
1cbrkidCobi certain officers of the United perhaps his ... against said Firm win please present,them..&cL' .,H. ,' > i&r-** ->W fcJwrJf J i. f fI'
would manifest under tb. same circumstances! be met f1EiClifo.sctt1erne .
States ,would be h J4 responsible .'. bs self-possession and toil M OS '. :fIt11'i W ,_ _
coolness amount- or 'f'r- -*-"-, I', .. ; .5 "l
1' : ,.
The, 'lLepubrsc"statesthat anon the AmeriMU tug callousness; but it is one of:toe anomalies : Q:> ". a-1 p--: TITUS.S f "

Consul calling upon the Captain General 'of human nata.r,,,'occuiooaJ'y' met HOIUe.. B-i- JacksonvineAnffttst3't L' Wnu' ._.1 Jll.l. ., .
of and 'l-THB SUBSCRIBER vh g jwrehise* tbo j'UUiWtta I' ,
Cuba, complaining the firing up. with, that beautiful" delicate, and accomplished t ** ; vnnHE

on the .Falcon," lbs latter expressed'bis'regret ,, wornsn," ;seemingly" of:the, softest I .Sept. ; I !. ; oa&l&&odi8C Empire Milk J.labiUUeI,:hat attumed against te,th.late payment i'inD ofa'..at J. B-JBeVaer JsxkBowriUo.aM would respeeiaHy|' Ute'YieIa1Cyt fnfi A"_: k
""
I .Hucnsof
and said it should not occur s.gaibn {'gentlest natotts,'will:.riew with,'composure la : ,. ,1' Curetoa "-Titu; :AU persaralnst .having clam M tWas"itateIIcU 1&"S. .tarp eC Fall ,i
,
and that it. ] Firm"will pleas leave tbnwil b .
l atrocities
probably happened ] or will themseLves perpetrateer = : < the sold : ..dWintiThOLI 'thh.w1U'dispo..of bIn:

steamer'liabanero Wa-ae. {crimes, from which atl.q' but the 'most y, McQncsx JdcI ToicvEj
recently: J

the. ., : with lear and .trembling., The .; S S ,__ .
criminal.an } ; ." J, o. ip ; a &a <:1.lzai _: I tcn..' '-. .
The Cuba meeGDllaere last .night n." nals'of:: every, civilized country,\from: the HUb'" : 1: ". ': .t1' .. ..- =, N ._ ,;tr..>.' ::. 0;

largely! attended; '.General McCalia presided. earliest time lo.the present,are fall of Hlasia WT --- _; r ttMONm.rliJ U. eit'baw.&ic .. Wor\.1QIi- ,- ..,.. !' ., : 31

The tone Desolations and UM adopted .were moderate. lration.tpf.'Jhit; nath.el.l1&&tb'tJofllif: ; ,A'tJ1&& l' Y S .aoeoaatl aad site vo ,fhers to thi,oiwJo4f Of ....:'U *+ 'y., :: .: : i .lt

speakers_were temperate like:a woman" who has given"berselJ' to tho f"t, Probate,of CowmMaCMnty, for a.J .'ina1, art!'.5 ,& 4d$11wc1t" .r %'t ,

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bag .been jakL ;naught.:but. .a.(arching of J -. ."
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I Ww )'ou PLf': a, \:>j p. M>-The ruined can.:; !ake ,* j erfcct devil, ca only a UW ; _K';* '.M,: 1. 1, 1460'. .".,n.t 1 *.f;_.,iI''5aC. :, ,. ) ,
!*aaU4lect1Io (' Governor and clarfed :.' .>'psta# 4. 'f 'jMafofantObif : -R.'-- 1t 1,. .'.; '
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sbr maintains.iier estate became I J < :
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ta '. yjodsor -' county William t
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THE FIXRI HEPUADBLICAN nates of t tterPo iage'betweea<>aieealrV ROPOSAt5f WI (ThiniItttt1*

i4IiPV7LIVD- J Us t .-ifTraits. the- TJnltrd State.and to '* md- fr i15n1tedttat5$ from the 1tba7of'bU-5Eirpihipiv.h teeepn&twpty.( tqffc.ceraineujod .

$ ATTOBKKT ACctumbfeTCo.' 14W. Can 4 j>om .and after the 30tb JTnsoilS31iv / rT, Z 1wblck4ersntday I ta wenty.*.*,and thfrty ur-jo,t ,< ins tO ITy !ouedieia(

0 : ., East Florida.oJEast. *, <, i -ij, s- iMKt"w 3gf *itMf 2.% d of- commeucemencIs: sp.effteili1e t*township twenty oi j&rente. r jt DIMI LOXFCtYSr"1.pedhh
; Po j(* th 30thof.7HHO% lOWj lalUiUBlTVy triiw reeef. rTh
o any"'kind1 upon .which'information-shall be at the Contract;Dffico of the Post Offic ..JDepartment I dI1dret.hroir4 $1OLJIM1sla,.

TliW j otttrtpnXdVertifleaents ai'&epqu asked or-communicated writng-or by, marks ;in tb&- jty ofWbegtOn, wntU 10 a a,,ofhe :Township'twenty; : sesy I sobtallU
of l&U L0 be decided nine, ted with this d1seasemss.L
ATTRNTh4AW or signs Jent by mail the'rates mentioned id th* Bthtlay December [ 5ft
crderng the X'per& aWe shall be charged for additional b ittho intt day f0f 4heiunemonth,1! on the twenytwo, .-. :; q' a,

;. All .Florida.t h lalf oaDee or'fraction Tand'of-an 'onncer4boVe every th* ronUsand'in thetmanner. and time hereinafter :TowthbIpR fourt e tx c$ i .,

vf the SP2,*as cha1d S4 .to'& weight named in'this t.abloaaidditlna1 aingUrale ep. !oi.fledY1IC *..tj __- 4 and twenty-four,!sixteen; except *etk>n* one IsI zEoIn2ettlZa1.--

; irfHl Inserted it tiwfollowtaf i Office is to be charged' *- *- S I I three,eleven to thirteea. andHVenfy'ifoaril KT BS .
Offla.aAJIgato. Newnanivijle.. S- J Sc- iSKI' t B, eighteen, nineteen, twentnne.tWn&y4wO* S S-- J.AcxyILLx,jai' ;itt
$ & *On lo11ar fer.equare (of twelve lines) for iWnsy Fronv-Marianna, to Ocbesee9 miles, and! twenty-eightand twenty; 1pe>f j pg tWatt 'Dear Sir:'I hav 4rled yonrcitfcr

the Cents for whsequenl w B, w.- back, three .times a week.?* ufL t Dsthsea &udgnd It,Ir the
Seventy-Five b.
firsthand every
4TDOflEYATt4Wji :: ,.: ,. : Leave.Marianna., every Monday, Wednes'i Townships; flfleoh;[except cctfon on sixtee t jafotentfov tbir.dao t..
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!non. TO yearly-Advertisers a liberal J .: day.midFridar p m j';f r i '{ [axBepi-seettonsflvoto cight, and seventeen to ever known or beard of. My little danghte

ttWonnt w01be made. All transient Advertisement ACKIONYILIjE. .7idIDA -_ Arnre Ocheseesante day by 4 p mJf, ;twentyoae sevente nf;eighteen, .ninetoev, [except about twGyeara, ba&szzee41

!(except by person*baring*running accountwith' .. i Reference" : ,* rs-*. ,*, ..,- :. 1': ; Leave-Ochesee ve.ry londay* JV ednesday,, sections two.and eevenLweutytwenty0fl0'f doeed tO slniost a skeleton,and Is:.'
f S 0 1. .
and Friday, 9am ; : t sllottleofyonv"JNDIAN tOXE' !
wenty-two .
the office) must be paid for previous to.publi- 'Hon. W. B. trMiNa"egavannahf( Georgia."March : ..- : Arrive at Marianna by 12m same days.- L range twenty-four/ <:u.r1* r- ? -"' :y it has acted like *charm, tboxciyd is

I taUoilFersoto' ; 20.185L ,>t, : :.*"tf: .; .5; .S ; S : 0 Bids invited-tfr weekly; also for.semi-weekly"trips,pare North of! the lase'lme arid east of tht prinei""t lieve.proving and may- be seen by'thorn '
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at distance their ---S. 4a..Z ft t i Respectful! .
& can remit* S ,
govern OSSIAT-J B, :HART -. S F4. 0 S5S2 From. Marianna to Ahe'a Spring, 23 mUes, *'iw' PB}***' CDL'fl --
lancet for advertising the following rates tt -
nt'Leave lPA Fractfonl>f townshfo one, eaitof,A Suwannee s. To E. PoluetE q.
One1squftre (twelve lines) published six months tA.T LAW, PKEPAID. Cts.!Cts, Cts. Cts. Marmnna every Monday at 6 a m ; river; of range sixteen '

tor jj"r-. k ?W 00 KEY VST, FLA 1: "* Weighing i oz. or under,being -, Arrive at AbeiV Spring by 6 p m same day; Section eight *ad '-nine, thirteen to fifteen, ?T. icnotjrt, FU.,July SI,
single rates. > f -. 3 6 10 15 Leave Abe's Spring every Tuesday at 6 a m; to twenty-seven, and thirty-four.to Dear Sir: TbU' to eirtHy.that lw
Two squares, for ixjnonlhs,<- *' 15 00 Practices in.the United States and State Courts O rer and not 6 12 30 twenty-two
toil over 1.os. 20 Arrive at Marianna by 6 p m same day. tbirty-aix, in township two, of range seventeen- your Medicine called ,MLND1ANLpXECUSpL
v Legal and other Business Cards, per an. 10 00Notioea of the Southern District of Florida.. Over J Os.'and not over U oz." 9 13,30 45, Bids for two, also for three trips a week are Township one," fractional township two; of- has permanently cured !woofourNegroes, f
July 10-tf i Over li oz. and not over 2 oz. 12 24 '40 60Over2pz.a.ndnot fnvite& S. "- ig
to debtors and creditors, 700 I : range twenty.- S. vere Diarrhoea.':I take pleasure in recouuneajW
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over21 oz. ,15 30 60 75EN 3553 From Pensacola,by Apalachicola,St. Mark* -
i Fractional -townships one and two, of range y valuable Mcdicino-as berng"without jjnS
Application for letters administration 5 00 -- < (
: JOHNO.HATELY: S UNPAID. : T and CedarXey, to Key WeaV- miles"", and twenty-one. -, i one of the best and safest remedies for thto diseai

Notice of Application for dismissal as Administrator A TTORNE'Y S inglo rateas above.,. -. 5 1010 15 back twice month... At the Land Office Tallahassee, odramenoingon that I have beard of or mem. Yoos trelyp

.- $10 00 ?AT LAW.OFFICfeNEWNANSVILLE O ver k oi. and not over 1 us..10. 20 20 SO3ver Bidders to State distance and schedule of arrivals the seventeenth of November ,WdI
Monday, day
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For announcement of candidates for office, 5 00 ; 1 oz. and not over.14 oz. 15 '30 3345: and departures,1 at-New- Orleans. will. next, for the'disposal of the public lands within ToE-PoinsettFsq.. .
Over IJ oz. and not over 2 oz.,20. 40 40 iGO Proposals to commence .
EAST the named vix
following townships, t
No will bo unless the FLORIDA.sept. .
made
announcement
v same Over.2 oz and not over 2J oz.. 25 SO 60 75MOTE. be considered. .f ? JC1sosTiU.zJ1m49thI33U: -

t accompanied with the amount charged. 11, : : : ;. t.: "tf.. r the -S Form of a Bid. South of'the base tine and east of tbeprincipaf'meridian S Dear Sin I-have used your Indian,Loxeeott

From and afterIheSOlh June 1851, 1 ofpropose to carry S S in ,my family, and hare found"a
Editorial notices for privato benefit will be (or we) very valaaMa
TTuited States Mutual Insurance mode of computing ttte rates tapon,inland letters the mails on rout No.' from Oto4 .5- : 'o'f remedy for harrhea. I take great
Fractional four
charged double the rate of advertising.. -I. e.'letters from one office"within the United aereeably to the advertisement of the PostmasterCieneraUated township range two. recommending it to the public- -sir
Company, : States or Territories to another, and also upon Townships seven and eight,of rangenne.- ?
fol-
the
Religions, Obituary, and Ma.rriag.natIesi11 9th August,1851, and by Respectfully, J.ETOWNSE2ny
\VEST FOTTSDAM British Townships five, six, and seven, and sections six r
NEW YORK l etters between the United States and the of Viz: -Egbert Poinsett,EueJACKSccrvitlK -
l owing mode conveyance ,
oe published gratis.Communications North American provinces-is to be as follows, to the annual of 'dollars. to eight seventeen to;twenty-three, andtwenty- .l
sum
must be post paid. EIN08LE7 B GIBBS Agent wit: Single rate, if not exceeding half an Ounce ; Dated.for Signed. six, to thirty-six, in township ten, of range ten, ;t. Fla.,-Jfty 17, Igff. f

double rate, if exceeding half an ounce, Init not ,-S. Townships six, seven, eight, nine, eleven, [except 'Dear Sirs fcj f
bSYrtytOouthit1 J
I JttATPOllT MILLS, DUVAL CO. FLA. exceeding an ounce ; treble?rate, if.excuoding. an Form of a Guaranty. sections five to eight twelve;and 'thirteen, negro girl suffering nnfler a

J. P. SandersoflATTORNKT May 22,1851 'tt ounce, but not exceeding an ounce rand a half; The undersigned undertake that if the foregoing range of eleven. "' arrhcea.,and that and so on charging an additional rate for every bid for carrying the mall on route No. be Townships- six seven, eight and eleven [exeeptitfie'ettons p reparation called "Indian Loxeeus" yOur

AND COCXSfcLLOR AT LAW, List of Officers oftheState ofFlorida. additional half ounce or fraction of half ounce accepted by the Postmaster General, the bidder twenty-five to twenty.seven, and jured her, and I would take this
The mode of computing rates tipon letters to shall, prior to the loth day of February next, enter thirty-four to thirty-six,] and fractional township commending it as valuiable method of to

HAVING removed his office from Columbia Great Britain, and to all other foreign countries, into the required obligation to perform the thirteen, west of the Suwannee S river, of range S Yours truly a very JOI1N KRANTri'Medicine ,..
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to Jacksonville, Duval County, STATE HOUSE OFFICERS. the British North American provinces excepted, service proposed, with good and sufficient sureties. twelve. Mr. Egbert Ppmsett. ,

respectfully informs his friends that he will continue Governor, THOMAS BROWN. will remain as at present, under the act of 3d Dated. (signed by two guarantors) Fraction ortownship six, west of the Pnwan-

lhej>ractice of his profession, as formerly. Secretary State, CHARLES W. DOWNING.d 1849, and agreeably to instructions appen Form Certificate* nee river, sections two to ten, fifteen- to twenty- SO.tYULx 3y 26,
ed to the table of foreign postages.DIRECTIONS. two, and twenty-eight to thirty-three, in township
A ttorney Geteral, DAVID P. certifies Dear Sir: Sometime since I
was
1Ta The of attacked vita
undersigned, postmaster
will attend at each and every Term of seven; sections one, twelve, twenty-three,twenty-
C omptroflerJOHN BEARD. he is well with the above a severe Diarrhoea-so severe that I could not
that acquainted guarantors at*
six and thlHy-five west of the Suwanneeiter
the Circuit Court in the several Counties'I ,
T reasurerVILLIAM L IrAYWARD. and their ,* and that they are men of tend to ray business. I was recommended to
1st. Every letter or2parcel, not exceeding"hall property in township eleven, and the fraction of township try
the Eastern Judicial Circuit the Register State Lands, DAVID S. WAuKER.Cleik "INDIAN LOXECUSTJT1
County of and able to make good their guaranty. your procured
letter property, mw
KOBT. HAYWARD. an ounce in weight, shall be deemed a single twelve, west of said river, of range thirteen. -
S. ,
Hamilton in the Middle Circuit the Supreme Court, : -S Dated. Signed. Bottle 'of iU. At the same time two members of
Supreme rate.;
or North the base line and the -
of emt of principal fjmilywere afflicted with tho.same
disease.
Court at Tallahassee, and the U. S. Court at St. JUDICIARY. 2d. All drop-letters, or letters placed m any Notice and Instruction to Bidden. meridian. We all need the medicine from'the OM Bottle'
transmission but for ,
office for delivery
Augustine, All business entrusted to his care Supreme. Court Judges.Residence.: only post, shall, be not charged with postage at the rate jf 1. Sevenminutes are allowed to immediate post Township one, and fractional township two, of and I am now happy to-inform you that-it taredas

"will receive prompt attention. cent each. S masters for assorting the mails when not other r fifteenS all entirely. We are now all well ant aearty
one range
Address-.J. P.-SAXDEBSOX Jacksonville, Hon. Walker Anderson I Ch. Justice Pensacola 3d- Each deputy postmaster whose compensation wise specified by the schedules fraction of township one, west of.the. -Suwan from these of only one Bottle of yonr YafaaUft
,
Duval County, flanaa. Hon. A. G. Semmes I Associate Apalach'aTal'has'e for the last preceding fiscal year (ending the 2. Pay will not be made for,trips not run ; and nee river, of range sixteen., Medicine., S-Yours' truly,

Hon. I... A. Thompson | 30th June) did not exceed$200, may scud through the deduction for failures to perform the same may Lands appropriated by law for the use of schools, TIMOTHY HAEBI3.
Jacksonville, Jan. 17, 1S50., tf bo increased to three times the contract pay there- other To E. Poinsett.'Esq.-: -
Circuit Judges. the mail all letters written by himtelf, and receive military and purposes' together with "those
Western I Hon. Geo S. Hawkins I Apalach. through the mail all written communications fur if a sufficient excusp bo not sent in. Fines swamp and overflowed lands ;made' unfit thereby S J S.

McQueen Hcintcsh Middle I J. Waylcs Baker I Tal'has'e addressed to hjmself, on his private business,which may be imposed for arrivals after time ; aLso. for for cultivation," if any,which shall bo selected by AMERICAN AND FOREIGN
half free of! failing to take or deliver the entire mail. the State authorities before. the
Eastern I j Thomas Douglas I JackYvlleSouthern fcball not exceed weight one oun.se, days appointed S x
ATTORNEY AT LAIV, | Jos. B. Lancaster | K. West postage. This does not authorize them to frank 3 The Postmaster General may annul the contract for the commencement of the public sales respccpectively AGENCY, -

WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern James M. Landrnm, Sol'r W. Cir., Ucheanna my letters unless written by themselves, and on forrepcated failures, for violating the post under the act entitled "an act to enable .crrr \VASHWGTOJT,* ,*

Circuit ; "the"United States District cArt atSt. Samuel B. Stephens, Sol'r M. Cir., Quincy their private business only ; nor does it authorize office laws, or for disobeying the instructions of the State of Arkansas, and other States, to TTNDEIUhc. direction AARON HAIGHT
John P. Sanderson, Sol'r E.Cir., Jacks'villcOssian them to receive free of postage any thing but the Department. % reclaimtbe 'swamp lands' 'within their'limits," U PALMPR-ofNcwYork
Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassefi ;. B. Hart, Sol'r S. Cir., K. West written communications addressed to themselves, 4. The Postmaster Generaitnay discontinue or approved September.23th, 1S50, mil be excluded GARRETTSON and WORTHItfGTON -

and prosecute Claims for citizens in any part oAt & and on their private business. curtail the service, and the pay accordingly, on from the sales. Amino locations land bounties Orleans SNETIIENofNeir
Attorneys
allowing one month's extra,pay on the amount heretofore granted by law of"Congress for and Counsellors of the Swpremo
Florida against the Government at Washington,- COUNTY OFFICERS. any Court of the United
Ntwspapcr Ratuperquartcr ChIn sent from dispensed with. He may also increase the length military services rendered to the United States, States ; /
either before Congress or at the Departments. [First name Judge of Probate; second name Clerk the office publication, to acLal and bona fide or number of the trips at pro rata pay, the con mil be permitted on any of the above :mentioned This establishment if&rmed for the foQowms

OTJ-: ADDRESS, Jacksonville, East Florida. of Ct. Court; third name Sheriff; fourth name subscribers : tractor baring the right to relinquish the contract,, lands,, as provided. byT the act entitled "an act objects a.* -
: (whenever it occurs, as in Gadsden. &C.) Tax on giving timely notice, if no prefer it to the, making appropriations for the civil and diplomatic 1. For practicing law in the Supreme Court of
4-p Alay2.lS50 #> tfTH Assessor and Collector.] From after the 30th of.June, 1351, for each change. S the United Statw aad condactmg professional
expenses of the. Government &c., approved L
not exceeding three ounces in weight business before Congress. '
newspaper 5. Additional pay will not bo nvde for excess 3d itfarcb-1851.
James W. Western Circuit. the annexed rates per quarter are to be paid quarterly of actual over advertised distance (should any The offering of the above mentioned lamb will 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claims

Bryant, County. Officers. Post Office in advance. These rates only apply wnere such case occur) if the offices are correctly named. be commenced on the days appointed,and will in law or equity, against the,United States be
Charles Evans PensacoHF. the is sent from the office of publication to fore Congress ,the
S. ATTOKNET ASD COPHSELLOR-AT-LAXV Escambia paper 6. Proposals without the prescribed guaranty, proceed in the order in which they are advertised, or executive Departments, or
E, DeLarua actual and bona.fide subscribers. against foreign GoTcrmaenU before
certificate of the of the Boards of
\Vill attend to Professional business in the Courts Antoine J. Collins* .. .- or postmaster's sufficiency with all convenient despatch, until the whole Commissioners *- *
sureties, or not received in the time specified ty S
shall have been offered,and the sales thus closed
of the Eastern Circuit of Florida, and in tho Federal Santa Rosa John Chain Milton "advertisement, combining more than one I but no sale shall kept'open longer than two, 3.'For tha 'settlement of "aceounU with Oti

for the Northern District of Florida. C. S.Amos State, Treasury, War, Navy, Pot Office
Court AI route in the same sum,cannot be accepted. weeks, and no private entry of any of the Linda I : and
4' "
Also AGENT Isaiah Cobb, Jr. .* o wk 7. Pith for the service at advertised are entitled will be admitted u/itilafter expiration of th Interior Departments,and obtaining the ran**
; Walton Daniel McLeod Ucheanna C3 sion of fines penalties, and forfeitures,for
T! J3 to preference, but those proposing changes therein alleged
Business in the State two weeks. ,." S.
for violations
general respecting Angus D. McKinnon will receive consideration. -* of thc revenue, post office; r ether
Given under my hand at the of Washing x
and donations of binds and the location Wm. H. McCollum* 3 S g City laws.
'; grants 8. Offices establish T"daring the contract period -
ton
O H this.twenty-eiTth day-of July, Anna Domin:
Holmes Owen Williams Cerro Gordo W 4. For securing letters 'patent forlmveBtioM
er selling thereof. within a quarter ot'a mile of the1 route are to one thousand eight hundred and
1 fifty-one.
Martin Hrett from the United
States from Covers'meats
or foreign
be supplied without extra those further off
Cts.Cts.Cta.Cts.CLa.Cts.Not pay ; MILLARD FILLMORE-
ALSO ACEKT Ethelred Hewitt* "
and land warrants
over 50 miles 25 15 10 5 2J IJ at a pro rata Compensation By the President procuring and pensions
for the .collection of Claims upon the United Washington" Washington James G. Tabor Orange"Hill 1 Over 50 and not over. S 9. Bidders should specify the mode of conve J.S BCTTLRFIEI.D, : under the' various pension' 'laws:of the-United' .
Lucas -i
States for Military or other services; pensions, Levi F.Miller* 300 miles 50 30 20 10 5 2i itnce intended to be nsed. When this'is not done Commissioner cf the General I tnd Gfflee,, Stat : -
5.For collection embracing debIt
Over 300 it will be understood to be horseback: :generally, ,
not 10CO -S
applies famished volunteers, and for horses* orth Fred'k R. Pittman Marianna miles over 75 45 30 15 7| 3j 10. If the accepted bidders full to execute con- NOTICE TO PUE-E3IPT1OX legacies, and inheritance, lathe United State
lost, for which the United States Jackson S. C. Bellamy tract to continue service sntl foreign couatriaa.
property Over 1000,not over2000 or commence and agree CL.t1IlttTS. }r
Samuel Stephens miles 100 60 40 20 1% 5 ably to their poposals, they, or their guarantors Every person entitled to the right, of pre.emption 6. For the purchase and sale of lands in any of *
Calvin
AddreH Jacksonville. East Florida.J. Calhoun William Stephens B. Wynn Blountstown Over2000, not over 4000, or sureties, will be liable to a suit for the damages to any of the la.n '
William Clark miles -125; 73 CO 23 126j resulting from a reletting of the route. part* of townships above enumerated, is required mbneysonimortageefu1 estate lying
-;- : Elias Branch Over 4000 miles 150 90 CO 30 15 7> 1?. Contracts are to beexecuted'by the 15th to establish the same to- the satisfaction. theregister therein. 1
7. For Investment of fond IaUal&iYStIIUand
of 1852. *
day February, -
McRobert Baker and receiver of land office
.the ,and I
Franklin Arch'd T. Bennett Apalachicola proper
12. The bids should contain the bidder's name make State stocks and.loans,collection of thordivf.
DIRECTIONS.1st. therefor
payment soon at practicable
TTOKtiEYb UNSELLOR AT LA n Sam'l W. Spencer and residence, and, if a company offer, those ci: ter this notice and before the af dends thereon, and, generally for tho\trantt tu>aof
J' Benjamin Lucas IVceUy papers 'only, when sent as above seeing day appointed I all 'business1 to lawlout -
JACKSONVILLE, E.: FLA. each member of the firm.'and should addressed, for the commencement of the public sale of the pertaMbg a- ; and
Middle Circuit. stated,are to be delivered free in the county where to the First Assistant I'otrnasterGenera),and endorsed laruli embraced in,the tract : banking agency.- ./* }
claimed
WILL practice in the Courts of the Eastern Gad den Jas. U.Gilchrist Qnincy they arc published ; and this although conveyed "Mail proposals in the State of ." such claim will be forfeited otherwise AIL communicationsj addressed- postpaid*..U

Judicial Circuit, in the Supreme Court at Jacksonville Robt C Lester in the mail over 60 miles. :For further particulars as to conditions of bidding . .J.: BtnTERFIELD, Messrs. Palmer & Snetneu. .Americaa- and ..Foteign .

and in the United States District Court i ." Samuel B. Love 2d. Newspapers containng not over 300 square and the forms of the contract required, see ;Commissioner t of the General Land Office Agency,'city"of'Wash'ngton,- wjll neciv*
O. McLean inches, are to be charged one quarter the above advertisement for proposals for carrying the maUi prompt and faithful attent'on '
Hugh August2l,1851.
the Northern District of Florida. S 13t
or Having, Leon James E Broorae TallahasseeNewport' rates in Virginia, &c.,issued January 15, ISol. ? -. .514t.LlEItkaET1IEN,. &
an efficient and reliable agent at Washington he Oscar A. Myers 3d. Publishers of newspapers are allowed to exchange N. K. HALL, Office Xo.&CarroHPlae' ,, Capitolhhi1Lg

will prosecute claims against the United States Alfred A Fisher free of postage, one copy of each number ,, Postmaster General. 'p LIatl.-

before Congress and the Departments at Washinglen. Daniel McRancy only published; and in this Canada.privilege extends,to. new.papers Post Office. 23-Department,August S,6cw.1551.Aus. if IllA! i cs : .

Wakulht John G. Park A
Baantv Land and'GeneralWasliiugtou
4th. The -
Wm. W. Mound 44 weight newspapers must bo taken THE 'MOBTCERTAIN ANDSAFCHRONilO. y1

Being permanently located at Jacksonville, he ;" .Abijah Hall ,. or- 5th.determined.Postmaster when* are they not are in entitled a dry state.to receive BYkTHE PRESIDENT QF'THE OK ,D. C.

Will give his entire and unremitting attention this 0 Wm. il. Durden newspapers free of postage under their franking UNITED STATES. J osA'ii T WAtKEb-wiir'gi"

profession, and all business entrusted to his Jefferson Thomas Jj Chaco Monticello privilege plARKHtEA, .: and efficient attentloor:to UBOjJN2'Y

are. ; Craven G. Fife 6th. Payment in advance does not entitle th IN pursuance of law, I MILLARD, FILL- AND LAXD'CLACVIS of officers and soldi ri engajM

James R.fTncker 1 party paying to any deduction from the above MORE, President of the United States of in thi wnwA.Wu,. or in either ofthe inpSWARsia
He will also attend to any business as 4' John Woolen rates. xRattt : S America, do hereby declare and make known, whi bthe'tJtls hay beenen

Mad'uran AIex'a MCDOnI4(1 Coort-housc .-....-... that public sales will be held at the undermen DYSENTERYP' or the *Vir' with GreatBiitaluj' qr
NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER I
a' Sam R. Sessions "" : of Postagr be charged) vpon'all transient tioned Land Offices in the State of;FLORIDA at Which tas ever been presented tdTUiB public, hmSOntheUtatesfozrMtLrtAat IxayiaW
the Governors of the Tho M. Anderson ,
Appointed by following
H. J. Stewart Newspapers and every other description of Printed the periods hereinafter* designated, to wit Jfsttnits: pod Us own iwtnts and neeJa .nopuffing. SVTTLIES, ?Eriie1QrxtTx&c.;aad-W
States to take Testimony, Affidavits, and Acknowledgments ( Hamilton. .. Jasper' Matter any descnptioa of business
.' ,Robert L. I veyu except ewspapers and PeriodicalS, At the Land Office at St. Augustine, commenc ,rgj fx JlAs'NpT'JAliED TO CCREIN requiring an Agent et
to be used therein ( published at intervals not exceeding three month _. Attorney at Washington. Forjirocnriug .L.n4
i the
ing Monday
; Wm. J. J Duucan'Eastc'n on twenty-fourth day of Novem > '
*
> A SINGLE fnnII
ISSTAKCE Warrants his
Maine and sent from the office publication to actva ber next, for tho disposal of. the public"lands situated charg will be $o. "In other cassithaebargewiftbeproporUonedtothenatsirei.4
Virginia .
*
Circuit. and bonajide subscribers $ Valuable
within the preparation
\ compounded
following named )
Vermont, North Carolina, Columbia Geo. 9. HerbertAfligsto r .5 parts of townships; viz :, townships and 3 JL from several medicinal roots growing in the difiieulty of theeas .. ijg t- t;. t

Massachusetts, Sooth Carolina, :' 8. Scarborough %- S gCts. Wilds ofFlorida- is PCRELT and WHOLLY Die wdlalso act in connection_'

New York, Georgia, a --A.J.T..-Wnght* NOTE,-For eachadditional'ouuce 0 South of flee base line and east of the prinei- Vegetable! and designed ztpECULLr forthe enre Attorneys Florida, who mimy. biemfeJii
Alachna Chas. F. Fitchct Newnansvilli'0 or of the above.disease. The Inventor1 "Bounty Land kml'UlrtrelaJmy/oir'tertoj whfckmsy
.. t> 7s S fait meridian ,. .. and Proprietor
., Pennsylvania, Alabama, 4' Sam'l W. Burnett fraction of an ounce, o .S4.e a o ay *- ? .y ff fully convinrod that it is.jw.invaluable bo agreed apd .Letters'[whiea tboaUM
;
Delaware, Mississippi, '4.. Chas L Wilson beyond the ten ounces v Townships tt.eene1cept: sections five and six,, Medicinerifacstho, tea*;that A* baa gireajt poet pakl] will reocivq immadmt*attention. -T

'Maryland. Texas. Duval Felix Livineston Jacksonville in this table, an additional sixteen, seventeen, (except section,thirty-one,] fn the town" In which he"resides, and the astonI.hlng ?. i-i- ,IawtL. ,.s.a

.. jan 1.-ly .4. Isidore V. Uaruio rate will* be and eighteen fractional townships nineteen and L aocccDc withirhJeh if has rtet"Varrartts :

I : .4' John G.Smith ,.Carey's Ferry charged. twenty, township twenty-one, fhictioual townsKip I him in sayipg that it i ida POSITIVE CURE. -. .N0ticc11, -S
-
-" Uriah Bowden *- Mandarin 1 I--i twenty-two,and townships twenty.eight.nd twen Ho has therefore come to the determination to TO THE OFFICERS- .

k. :oo&aa.a.az '. Nassau Jas..T, O'Neil ;j St. Mary's,Ga o&4 .o ooi ty-nine, of range twenty-five. place"it within the reach of all, knowing how ma- AN&SQLDJERS

.. 44- X.J _- C. C, Bcssent Woodstock Milk Cts. Townships sixteen, (except sections, one, two, fly nffer-with this Very unpleasant andftcn dimereus -: (OflTJJJSREP.ALW4RsSTh'CRtS
74 T LA A.'J.i3raddock' Cts. Cts. Cts.S eleven, and twelve,) Disease -
: One ot. or under 1 2," 3 4 seventeen'and Eighteen, particularlyin the So there and 1TflEiIUWOLUTION.i

Office upon Ike Second floor at the Court-house' ,. St.John'44 Gad Humphreys B. Domas 'St.Augustin'ePeter Overlot.notover2oz. 2 '4 6 .8 '10 eighteen(except sections'fractional three, four, five, six, seven, and \Vesternbte4ea. BY.sxcccnt.Act of Congresg;officer*ini set-
,
) townships nineteen flt purohaszn'rny .
2" 3" .' 10 1- twenty "IiidlanLoxecust" be ,
> v 3 6 9
g ., Jorsjthtreet. 44 1215 and not.rfceiyed) tre;eetitd
.. Raphael B..Cauova'Jesse ; 44 34. 44 14 44 < Lwenty.oneand townships twenty-eight aJ for rit.easiguatuieoE tBbUNTY
I
II', f WttiipractUse tin the several counties of the Putnam ,\T, A. Brush ,- .Palatka 4 u .g 6 >. 5 JO g 15|2 20 jg 20 25 twen 1 tyrniue, of range twenty-six.' '" ." t>ftiv awi ormo'ri; thoridowsaad, LANDoiserpcesQtqua iulnorchffcirei of*ioL these

Eastern Circuit -"Florida" and attend tot)IS 44 44Oran JosephW.'FjtchRobertT. U S .i.t5 "6.1' 6 12' I8 owashipa seventeen, eighteen, nineteen'and L 31 refer the'public below to:a few certrficaf es ileceasedf aro al6 entitled. 'The Subscriber w8!
Boyd 24-s80 twenty, ( sections tocted from
except
U' U twenty-seven to twenty- among received from '
; 7 21 many undertake sLa' mode
respetu-
oQeeUon of claims against the United States for ; eonijtemsaUoa'tM
,William Campbell Enterprise nine, and thirty-one to bloCLtLZcnaQfJackSOuYiiledS .
ge s- "" thirty'-fonr
f'7" 8" 8 16 .. ,) and section claims
21 othoeeinterested.lIaeinz
Military services, and for Horses lost, .or other 4 1enryA. Crane jMel1onvlll Le '. .* g'* j d U 9 1827 32 40- one in township twenty-one, of rango twenty EGBERT- POI? SRTTP b nemfto'ed
44-1 30 in oflteo for severalyears. his
45 ,.. public
expeflelse
John sevenr, S S j5j; r .
"properly lost or destroyed by troops in said servi a. Simpson -u4 94 ? .JOM JO' : S :
20 30 40 0' S-.Planters stoulif not be without.this valu in sacn matters will enaUu him tft afford great
t..Lncie D. .. owAship seventeen -
nermans
-4\eW Smyrna (except sections four
aid
Also, claims for pemrfons of disabled soldiers,or 44Marion. C.i Brayton-/ v/ nvej of able M dIcinc.Ev'erytamii onghttokcep it faenities'to'elaTmanfa'for LAND AND F tfi'TONS -
range twenty-eight. .
4 u >- Sc DIRECTIONS, on hand. ,.and sard thenfa.. great-deal of trouMe
.
V be widows and orphans deceased soldiers, : Wm M.JW'Gabagin Ocala Fractiona.ttownship seventeen, west of 5$. ;
//'Abo, eUi'nvs'for bpnoty land to officers and soltiicrs'andth >4 ,* Robert Bullock 1, bn every transient newspaper, unsealed icir- Johns river, [except sections five,six,thirty-file, -zA.' ML REED;principal A cnt for Jacfcsoa- And) tipeaw," <\thern All hevpbtainx nothing, it
crgeismade.
widows and orphans deceased offleers '44 4 .. Edmund D Howse *JflS. |nlar, handbill, engraving, pamphlet,. periodical, and thirty-six,] and township eighteen;.'[except .illeLi: : attention, and ktterspo4paLwiflmcsiTdjromt the 'necessarm forms and
Helvenston Flemmington, ?g 2nef.bookVand other sections one to three; eleven, tor fifteen .4JakociiEv *
em' description of ; twenty. nstuctnd-ent? '' k '* **:*' '
and soldiers. -
Lev3df.. Simeon Harvey .Waccassassa printed matter tho above rates'must far all case two to twenty-six, and-tlurty-five and thirty-aix,]] ; :.; August 15th, 1331.
Also, will give his attention to conveyancing, 4'. 1 'a--i ", Sheriff -.. .. be prepaid, according to the weight.; ** of range twenty-nine. >-> -p f7 Dear Sir: This wiU'inform yap' that one bottle-

to examicg titles'and records, and ascertaining ; Watterson-,-Tx Aa'r,Ft. F'ng 2, \* henever any printed matter on which the Fractional iship4btrtedn and'fonrteen, of or your medicine, called. INDUX LOXECCST, has October 1S30.

claims to lands. : S6uthern<'Circufc? l : POstage islrequlredto be prepaid shall through rango thirty-two. '- -- :if"i' t permanently cured:two' of my negroes of a severe c -- 3 .- _jIi L
,
Hittsboro Simon ', the inattention of Postmasters/*otherwise, be /fractional townships -fifteen and ,alxteon.-of attack of Dysentery. ,1 consider it an1 excellent -

All business entrusted to,him will meet with S 4 Martin TnrntanT Cunnioeham, ,Tampa" sent without prepayment.lhe same shall be charge r&gethirty.threei ;: .> ,., <. ft .medicina' for thi$ compkiut, and Ukevnal plea- VSeaIsIan;
prompt attention; and all instruments of writing .5'. 'Benj.J. Hagler* "". !* : with double the abo SAU ., 'ft ,Fractional townships sixteen and eighteen, and "sure- m .cvouune.udius- it to the publio.
3, wu ; SUBSCRIBER'take* lislE .
wpl bejexesuted by/him with'neitaese andde- Hernando" G.Wall Bound books anotrcela of pj-jited matter, townships nineteen and twenty, of rango thirty- 'Respectfully. yoiir ...
jj ;. :. .cx. .,. 4. 1 <4* r' ',., Perry M. Peterson Augusta" not.weIgbingve 13 4UoeIc1baLIbe deemed rpur.; ., % ," S S. D. FEtANDEz.rT to jnfunft the planters efj4ng.5&nLC*
t. 4V* r wailablomatter. TFaet1onaj : tons tbal he still eontinuva, maanf otareelt&>
< 'NathsnieIM.Moody'40f" !. S T ,r: jfrgf townshlps..eghtsonniaeteen; and 4- .
/acksonville/Jan. 25. 1831. -. 'f .tfA Periodicals I latest improv ROLLERJlORSEGlSS..!!!**
published twentyof
at Maryals
Monroe range thirty-ve. ..
:
; s Benjamin Sawyer Kv ,no ; exceed -
West '
fog is lie and wu-fe?at hiV usual- is
svvusay rates and'
three months 7iWz"wfill
actions :
< \ and sent from three, tenrOourleen
.-James the nfteen .
7link' M. Braoewell office of pub : twcaWJtptv *
; ; 4 lication 'Tifs is to"eertJrV K is wIth alt orders'tht'sbbttastnotle* >- *
to actual three inteh Wat -
O'JS K OY '4- llobt. Csrke.4 and bona fide'jnbsoribers tweutysix t&irtj-sixIn pleasure 1
*
.* .t*., John Boyle ). < ,K > ". t be charged with One jzslfthe yate5menLione are township thirty-five, of, range tortyv' announce to the PublJo that I hav beeaeffectTauy !- .4 Fothereput3tkaat UteGm ,appry to i rFOJ CLAIMS AT 'WASHINGTON T .* Wm. H. Hilliard r r in u8 last above table, and prepsymentoraqur.. ?Fractional townships thirty-even'thirty-eight, cured of:thttdbt resting complaint called Dy lowing Agents, or tq those wha Lathe ia M1.Capt.

f.4 Chariss VI.Lee I ter'spostage. thereon. must all eases be required and thirty-nincf;[except sections'four to,seven J eatery, byhe :highly) recommended jcezedyof .. ,.AGENT&
:
; Mr, I.
*
Periodicals Poiusett. I had
publhshed of '- r resorted to
at forty-one 1' -
Sherlf -- Intervals offmor than range .. ; many tlitnga, S Yiia1obg* &'ActaCentcrvilIags Ge.
.- .WWin! cL&nriaagti; r ; tre mutbe! months arC charged witI the full rate, yhicb. Fractional township'thlrty-. ibt'of ra CT7fortartwo. tut paktablfl of-no avail -I was'induced to try Bis. very .,. B, R-Bythewoo SeamfortrStCWl b
: prepadt i "f T rjvffivj-i andpleasanfcMedieine, and to'mr
And ex officioTax Assessor and Collector. great Sco.lt t De ebartcstonS. C
E4.n. Wfl4 5 MOTEL, rgx'imxA AVE'4t Z, M ___m_* ir3l.. taS *twifMnir? tiJij u&DYINGAND :. NoTg.lgcgc tbc o is OQ ot Jix WIT ndWsr>&D r, fcVoAf'iflw' /ae anfttotofiiSpnnu.* satisfaction was completely cured within a few '
and -
.
_Seal d5y31 hayoot.ic
,
pamphlet'of '
other
: 4ipubled.aico5it&that
.printed L
matter 5- FetnO.ndbi4Biabt & c Jbeni11e
Conttooes
loTgire his prompt attention tothe, srrangement ,SCOURING Jtf paper: connected- therewith.'any/wanuscript'of' :paLmendsaiL to uiuch deale dTieo.ie ; -- jinkoe'
K Rt t.laS
and prosecution of' lalms Wore Con- : E s T A uii; Js JIM E'N-T x any kind bv which information, fiall beaked roe; Townshljffonr! [except sections fonoVo: five', ,i'Itftlu bajupyto sa7otbr'umbdlat burqs'bave jS. Hoyfe& Po.i Palatkav SavannshkGa EFK*fcfMrTji ti >* qt l *
or
'gre T oriny DQhe JExe! >utfv pepartments,' -. ,NO. 73YOR8TJWETl.gEARo ." the communicated said !* ttyW' fV wark or signs, eleven to fourteen 'and twenty-three, to twenty- days. few S S IAiback &Cq. AWgtorl ird4
newspapetVperfodical five S ?
of
ijBhecarfullyndd'iaylmHktdilhoalready
pambhlet ,J range lwenty>.nve. --Vi\ Eliiab *
Claims aruing-from IheUevolttUonary, Florida, ( T11E.COURT' HOUSE printed matter becomes : or other : great amount of Lartinger&1Iart tnto!Bi ft5; J
,) Ji l subject to' letter postage. Townships two and three, and fractional"'toTrn-- tc8tiinoy *"* fCrt'toSyour County, Ga** i lHJH* "* *
6A'rA.'tfNAH.tGEO. the ana u toe doty of"the Postmaster?to.y remove ship fouf, of range twenty-six.--; ** .i .'t. : Valuable uT -Medicine.- 'I-;m.resneeThijj' &ev -u;: 4u t..ALSOridJff1i: y rr*S .
i wrappers and envelopes from all Township one east of :
printed Nassau
WlNavalor Amy river, [except
!
Let and pamphlet sections ;PothsettE 'ExABoi3
*aqt charged with postaeL ofco und-iweJee.J'and
Boanty Land'or .Scrip, underZawotFeb.13 -, ALEXANDER GALLOWAY,. for the of letter Tfraotions of town If S anlscriber, at baodertJratess t.Fsi'o vtt
purpose ascertaining wbether ships two:*n4 threo weat, 5 US i 5- .L.5.t
there Js 9f Amelia rive
:
*17or ABgttstlOl&fi. RETURNS his thanks t.oliia friends for the upoziox eonneetediflh *, of : ..
5 Armragejof Payind .sucb tw -
any printe range, entyjeight, : :
; .
.ier ,
has received since he.Commenced or In such 1ear> Sir f 1consIdt
Mileage due returning, Volunteer!: Claim's r busiaest in this city in J332,and would state to his wou4 sutboiie paokago *ny. matter -tng whici >: AUh LaBdOJncoTat; e3rtanwill .odAmeJ-' to lnfdrm'yotttbat rbd4 tq.bA bclal aafler.o4aty ri n'dor S.' .iIt..Uary.sGeoriIa.ane8istsT .

Horse Jort, and other>Prop.rty4eItriedEx. paendtand Lbs pablio generally,1h&t.durjng his rite Qfp9atage tiircon oft higher clog- on Mondayt3i Zhlrddy o 4oyember next, wery vlolep$ ttaeketifarthtta wbioh\amed he a ; ;- ':.r

... %peiue Incurred iy Voionteem-before being inuihe. late viEt to London and Scotland;be has acquired t -.5 OstmasterQeneral HALL for within tho the dispbsartfi the'publicTlands' situated 5kW ovoPbyaician sn4i rendored>inejtthahre _-, -t-
$L various improytmentsponnocted with, S undennebtioned, townships1 and. parts to doaBy
Yttr.k jBHt.tortima.tely. :
1tervIa of ,when abonK to
; WIgonai.tiri townships, to wit i, ** .* .iiSouth ,*- glvotip allbop. t
DYING
sud ,Ta' aim ) Miie iaiiors'; AND -FRENCH4 CLEANtNd 1itcli of evorobs.jnjnz, rUef.4 hsazd 1 ta iThIjk r,
., *] *' yOur9NLTAN LOXEclS7"an4b
Je
., to,. trustS wmnbhbrmjo gfr* Ir&1to ADMIMSTnATOR. NOTzoE oriverix or.fltu use -. .7 LI &t-h a'1t ,
A. BotIIeb ntIreIrreoredmeto health. ( 54 t. A U U .:'

HavlnjrwanUtion with tbir ptroagsV' 1'4 S 1onthiftr'dAte I iI1I apPly'to tliIon. S anr I$Alceniuthpleasure to te omen bar Meijicine .1' ,11I

? IAdkIiilk Judge :iTObat*otNassau ocunty for dlsJ Frsctonao! yUtboabqia.ybe iiarIvtJletedS

?*Wa t'.together with Ui raid jleanedand variotn-ooforl/fld imu-nvincu jlUBacB,as- t &ct, missipn. AdminUtrator offcUj** sCats of! .54 tbCSuwattflee 1iverofrauge twe1vc'.FraetIOflOftQ7Vfl5j21jZe1t : 'pnrs&o.5; iJ4MLJkAyul: : ; -
"' *give todd G Jgert deceosej- nd alsot counS 1.i'o1neettEsn.
$4 Zai-overningtbidIfrent ssttstsetioaj pejent mT tepart. Tabl&Cov.rselsaned es" dJed as ai voneherftaajaJdjlamlnlstrato AU ,5caoiiS ntt'twelvr'th&teen 1A: ft JH -*kHUfaM .* '54 S.'i W11i
., claims of msL1e Pentlomen'sgarniensf.enont 4 claims persons .5 4- Japanned,.
R-ng 4X1DNLLE.7une
ag1nstthe estgte i2 JW/i'ixr ad sU-east 12Z.lsLd
,! theserricefneat In IIUsame good style as formerly, so as not to,be ib.1i WJ JAVOJJ GEIGB14Ad'rr ore duly notIfted. bf-UitfrrterjBtknshlpelewnjsertionitwtrtpn! i- iwi t >t" frIt4IS3 *- it2rf

fM surpassed yi y done t thNortb; Ordye l U ihy2t,1: '6ui IwentyW fA t Wnda of Caking efWand&W
.' .) Agency atihk placet l nft7 be reqaired. Ladle? bonnets j 4 twflnty-sevMt'to UUWtjt1ajlaeMsniI JSL- the most *
twbnty.nbe.iid approved patterns. i.f2jC
t 4 itse proper setUe- thsne&udpresse4ju a iuperiortyJo.:-1d1ss.1 Sit. isid 11terJn t1PaIhIp thirty-lwd to tuirty.fmir.lBasl'pf, leDpla'eeontsjsdinflWtha hOte ,

of sad enUaau'm.1U4. G1ove cIo44 after the ., FJ..MflJQ Irould nfortb to6nfLeei-to; tweIve-nd two,' aceUonsLb'e. public. 'ji4 -hallov ublie a..8IOThPIPS sad ei'1iriptAe
bapprQve4Londonfasb1onLJ JI4 cItfrsu _
Vv B1ak ty'o i BOULTE1 $
Chs&p.p,1r&1an4rego1se4bytbesmou tnshlp forteen
$ ot1o
f -/ tr..ulfKIELhs: been appointed Agca (vr addItoi, teefliOTUttfltbaCsptPQ Townsi tbLrtee
s: 4&.d4tho xU>nt of iervfoef reaBlred, the abort establishmentj-iaadj will ttend to tho theI1e-f hi bU0ObsenLto house a 4 qtu ; ; ,----------S&' fouteea .

ni1on$ io" receptlen and deUYezofwQrk1n.hckionvLU.and bf &fld lO'an4 Townships' 5- -. .: CASS purchasers 6f7'atprie
OOOUA51njv1duala nd flftfcX
the snrrouttdinir'"a bstpstafj ; t : 44.tf peotfuI1 rqtzest.4 to make an S3! p.54 V&H Dear
Uarh2l,1S5G t 1 ? "I imnediitsktUe. R9&rt -hiswosnyetbst tbreOt elsewhere. Orders froze

August, In. Ststioas thirty4ht to tblrty. my children were dangerously ill wuh the Dysen and the interior, are solicited.Aug. .
ii, In township tory or Diarrhtea, for about six weeks. J .'29, 1850 US



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