The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: November 6, 1851
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002033813
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System ID: UF00079922:00105
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: prod :m the theoretic right of ,.discu sipnr if- Meicotheparment of ; $ of:dollars l from, under jthose.articles tol.the. ', :7. .
'' tTLEL1T hav. tlif honor to ack- : Constito- .tb I1te45ajEs ItLV 1 a1' t :1J 'f" : ; ;_
npwled the, .receipt,yesterday;of the ad'MreM itweredegned to innaunce: the right of to arrange its,boundaries;and toicquireit lion:they passed,f from i kss to a* more per; despair f'.tl_. .ir;return",ji s apna1Wimeto '*; "w 7 t#
.which you tmnsTMtied to me ,form a ulti-mine agitation, to'continue'the distractions ; ,man:t were j willing to.Yisk a/.war} with feet Union ,,aadagre-l.to; ,further limitations' reason *:andj[ t.dalyBuLanpposewesbo : 1 th6'tim t 1i M"j' Jt '

number of gerillelnen'' In 'the' City'of ,Kcw of the country,and finally, if possible.. England; and for distant California, althoughthat upon ihe'ueovereigntr. & *, 1 A" '; 1d be .xUsaptouiltd/and that-the stande -I and understand tbV posit. &. 06' !
.York EmariaurYg'/rbniVsource q' highly to repeal the Fugitive! Slave Law, patriotann was' acquired by the* doable' title of conquest ;. Under the present Constitution,among the ltd houJd.b'Jaiii fo ri'reltisttD :&o'the I IUnior boldilig 8 ew-anjtepr 5 .'. '.
and harmony must condemli the i unwisecourse'aji'fraught and the payment of ample pecuniary -UniiUtlonsJuid, prohibitions: npoa the Onr* th Constitution an1 lIws wbat of
jttfpectable and Hrnposiog, frOm friends and most mischievous 2e' I wisdom"aid sound,pbiIoiibyjMbe.
with the -. consideration. of
? -- eirnty :.the !! .is ly.provided is to done.t.There makes
telfow-eii ina numerous andjnteUI 1t. "*' upres ..: can lj' but one possible 09 th* last jsrae bjmawM&i'v.
'and to"wtom I aio.anderJUdl great.pbligatio&Bf But and perilous muRtmkkeiome consequences.'anowa e sfor'balllaD have.If,)ire. the and Unon under..wbcb. we that-no, 'State; shall enter iftlo any treaty,* .answer; The,';power'th ':'autboiityanddigaltyof hang *foaM'tak grtat care tfr '
;we lonJ; n'rrr1 alliance_,or confederation,, gcant letters of the go'verjimenf '..te'.bemaintained not :
t have' perused it with profound! attention led ought onlrplaceisnJm iii1tkIirW
and inordiiiate; pride ofopin! thus' crumble ; .
frailty to '
and deferencef After ady ttlOg" to h frieane'1able marqueand reprisal coin money;emit bills and 1'eSi tenee put down at every; that il'plaees i'. --1i'iIF '
i!ion. Many persons at the North bad avowed pie we ms: cea boast of the wisdom of redit l mate any.thing'but-gold and ..silver bazard.Governmentjij.: the /alien anddeprivedetate ThI.t o1 7J e
die:'present: :state; of public afFairsyto' thespirit invincible to'the law { .ta .
hostility ; our tear coin a tender ,of debts -
in and of
adrerse'to the measures of';Compro- JorfaerwhoJore'it payment ,man, would lOse Respect, pftheSoutbSat i&t'
and even declared their intention forcibly'toobstruct uno"State .shall without the of "
and 'fall
consent into* '
&ntie disgrace and 'cohiempW ft- promise meaftreVof tbe'tert .
mise. adopted during the last CongreRS."trbid the its execution, and had appealed to and veneration with bad inspiredus lay any duty of tonnage;keep troops did not possess jjotentiaUy, and'would"notin ,- nIadjustreMoft1udaeIizEinir '. "
in certain quarters to necessity -
prevail nnremitted exertions a"higher law, which, as they contended was andnoionerexpected an',enlightenedworld or ships of, war.'in time of peace,'enter into extreme"caies,_prauically"exercise: the qbetionct .layerrJ"tOnltb

and what to-'has preserveour been paramount to all human legislation. These to bestow the unbounded praise which any: agreement or, compact, with 'Another' right :?C emplbytngforce.;, ,,Th* .theory if. Sooth tnaisettlement wffl'rboifaltlvand M ,
glorious Union to with much ostensibe. positions were wholly irreconcilable it !,has hitherto' J lavished.on .tem.ATdoc- State, or with a foreign!power, or engage in the ,cpns tuti nof "thV,.United,''St t ,,:a&. front :thd-lth"tkk!
and well done .
,so seasonably *o n-iih patriotism, or even with the cue. trine so extraordinary $ war unless actually invaded,''or in such sumes.the necessity of the existence and jibe aith' ilI'be're9..irect 'r J'wt" .
abitity'eloq'otnce and patriotism,..by. some ten e of regular government itself. Obeying fraught with' the destruction of.theUnion; Imminent danger as will admit of no delay.! application of force, both in foreign.and i ., With. the friends of tfu Uo :..' at.\L;
of our eminent countrymen, you invite me the dictates it is to be' hoped, of wiser and and such. other-direful consequences findsno It may be- -a1lirmedwitb entire-i truth, that : domesticVfelatipnsl 'COrigTeZS.Is,expresslyauthorizeJ North-who.baY.IO; !| obly. m1id 'is4
to leavej for a time, my quiet abode here, to purer and more social counsels, the parties encouragement or' support in the Constitution all the attributes of sovereignty which relateto tbT raise'aad i pportranpies," maintained .

appear in- your; great city, and to address who, under. the impulses of passion and fa of the United State .It had none'un : peace,.and war, .commerce,. navigation, "to provide'and maintain a aaiy.f and 'pro era .Whigs will f--cordially" ** aoh P>Mi lu< the.
actual condition '
my fellow-citizens on> the) naticisri.'had assumed, have now abandoned der the'articles of confederationwhich form friendship: &d. intercourse with and, in vide 'for calling'Iforth, thernjlitiatuezecute of.a.Chief Magistrate! ofUbft'oLu f1IiIL
and menacing danger of our country. them, and acknowledged their unquestionable in terms, a:'perpetual Union, bo\vevr short, all that relate to foreign powers, andseveral the laws of the Unjbn,f uppreaintttrreciioni with the fanatics and 'igaeflaV*:..
I feel gentlemen with the greatest interest duty to submit to the law until it is othen\is:weak and reCent the Government of those attributes which 'relate ,to and repel i !aio.1s.. ." The jduty of executing they will not affihiateor very qawtly tuj&it.

and the deepest solicitude, the full force modified or repealed by competent authority ..was which Tht the internal administration .of the States the4laws and suppressing insurrections, to any further agitation of the skvery iHlnk
of all that you hare expressed; and I would tu descending from the high and perilous inefficiency arose out of;the fact, that operated themselves are voluntarily surrendered to, .is,without limitation or, qualification; it. iscoextensive lion in U* National Councils.vW2j7*

gladly: comply with your wishes, and even ground, which they could not safely occupy, not on the .people ,directly, but upon the General Government and cannot be exercised :with. 'the jurisdiction of the i As little as I haYeleriousf1.p r & **
dedicate the remnant of a life, the largest to that of conceding the obligation of submission !the States,, which might, ind often did fail by the States. The performance of United;, States,' atd.it comprehends every any iminent dangerofConfederacy a diisohrttOft'oft

and best part of which has been spent in to the.law, we dsscern, I hope, a to comply with the requisitions on any of the forbidden acts, ollJ.b null and species of resistance to the execution of the I believe the next President 6
the public service, to the cause of the Union, just .homage to the dictates.of civilization, them by Congress.. To correct' that defect, void, no matter'IIi what solemn d authentic laws, and every'form of insurrection-: election will be' the test or hs supremacy:'
if the state of my health would allow me, and to the duties of established governmentIf .and to form a more perfect Union the present form," nor by what State authority, the matter under what auspices' sanction it is and that great wisdom and prudentwftibt

land if believed. that any fmb exertions of they have coupled with this proper con- Constitution was adopted. It had been alleged Legislature, a convention, or the people made. Individuals public'meetings, States, required in the selection.of ,tfaeieaSfiiateia&d ,
inline would be useful. But ever since the cession the useless reservation of a right of that the union of the Stales,under the themselves of the State, in an aggregatemass may resolve, as'oft n as their tastes or passions in concentrating the-. Unloa CojuMfei

floog session of the last Congress, during discussion, and of insisting upon a repeal or articles of confederation, was held together it might be performed. The Constitution may prompt them'to resolve that they live party ol the nation., The failure 9w
which my ardudus duties were greater than I the amendment of a law to which they had only by a rope of sand; but it was a'rope of 'of the United States would ,instantlyin will' forcibly oppose the execution of tbe election by the people should.beavoided it

was well able to encounter, my health! has taken exception, may we not hope that their aamant compared with the cordvhich tervene, vacate 'the act,and proclaim the laws, and seceoV' from the Union. While possible. If it goes to Congreae'thaff4:

been delicate, and it has remained so purpose was only to secure a decent retreat, us, if the right of secession i overruling supreme and paramount authority these'resolution*.remains on'paper;they are will presented for all the ambWcwdesigaiing
throughout the past Summer. I hope that it with a secret and patriotic det rminationToforbear sanctioned and sustnie of the Constitution, laws and treaties of harmel!s; but the mbtnVnt'".daring hand israised and evil spirits in the knd't&plormii i

is improving, but it still requires the most from disturbing that return to fcar= The United States established the United States.It td 'resist, by .force, the execution of chief and treason against.''the- Umoa: tfie
assidious and I entertain serious Gov- is clear therefore that State the laws;the duty'of them arises NorUjrrn Abolitionists-andtbe
care appre- mony and tranquility, so necessary to the a and, like all no can Jo enforcing Southern
hensions that if I were to accept your invitation safely and prosperity,of the Union Should vernments, it Gvernment wa or to have anything repugnant to 'the Constitution and if the 'conflict which'.may ensue'should S ce ionii1will find it'a:field for1 the'"ae-.

and throw myself into the scenes of it turn out otherwise, should the reckless unlimited duration. It was not restricted to laws and treaties the United States. Whatit lead to civil war; the5resisting party, having conlblisbntentof'alI. their.!viewVana7fowhich ,

excitement incident to it, my strength might spirit of agitation continue to disturb and distract the existing generation, bat comprehended might do, if it were in possession all its begun it. ,.will be responsible. for all its consequences. they are now striving.The Deincif.

fail me, and my present debility might be our country, to array section against posterity.. The preamble declares, thate absolute sovereignty, and bad iiever entered cratie party are making strong-'efforts to raEl,
much increased. There is no place, I am section, and to threaten the stability of the the people of the United States, in into this Union, is 'a different question. Bet. Since the adoption onr present Constitution -:iiy the party upon old party.. issnesV'dlsre-4;

folly aware, where I should find more ardent Government my confidence unshaken in form a more Union, establish justice, if we suppose, contrary to the historical and the Unirfh which it created, by the garding,recent dissensions, "calculating! in
and enthusiastic friends in one party, and the great body of our Northern fellowcitizens !insure pie provide for the fact that the States were absolutely, sover- i blessing of Providence, we'have advanced las event of a defeat before the peOpWttp,
more courtesy and respect in the other than that they will, in due time and in common defence, promote the general welfare eign when1 the existing Constitution was i 1 ii population, powerveaL! infernal improvement on tffeir strength in Congress dta'*&$

in the commercial metropolis of the Union. right manner, apply an appropriate and effectual and secure the blessings of liberty to adopted, could they circumscribe and contract i ,and national gr lue'i..q ,tvitb a degree dom would admonish us 10 -par#

While I am constrained, with much regret, corrective.In ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and their attributes or sovereignty by the i I I of rapidity, which unparalleled in. an- for,notwithstanding their boasted abhorrenceof
respectfully to decline the meeting you propose turning oar attention to the South, and establish this Constitution for the United stipulations and provisions which are contained I cieftt or modern nation?,' liiw excited the astonishment Free-Soilism they have'shown, Jiri4he'
I avail myself of the occasion to pre to the Slaveholdimg States, we behold States of America." It makes provision expressly in it ? All history is full of exam- anJ commanded the admiration of whole history of their party,.th when 'it i *
sent some views which I have taken of enough to encourage the friends .of the for tbe admission of new States into ples of the total annihilation of sovereignty mankind. Our ample limits anj extensive becomes necessary ''insure poLtieaT'n&*

public afiairs and which I trust may be received Union, and but little to excite solicitude and the Union; but from the beginning to the or nationally, oftener by the power of the juris Jiction, more than tripled! have been cess, they never have been*. 'very. scropuloBr*
as a substitute for any oral exhibition alarm. In all these States, except three, end of it, not a clause is to be found which sword and conquest, but sometimes by the made to embrace all the provinces of Louisiana about the means. -JSVA
of them, which could make before a there is acquiescence in the terms of the gives any'authority or color to the right of voluntary act of one nation merging itself the two Florida, Texas and New'Mexico Under all the ciicumsUncesIthiaVk:Na-t

large concourse of my fellow-citizens in Compromise, and a firm attachment to the secession of a State once admitted into the into another, of which we have a striking ; and passing the Rocky Mountains have tional Union'Convention disreganSiir' etf' .
New York.It Union. In two of these three (Georgia andMississippi Union. instance in the case of Texas, in our own reached the Pacific Ocean, comprehending party lines would be the course of wisdom t r

was not supposed by the "authors and ,) we have much reason to hope, The partisans of this novel- and strange country. Assuming that the Constitution Oregon, and California and Utah. Our but if that cannot be ,effected therev feht*

and tupporten of the Compromise, in the from[ their known patriotism and in intelligence doctrine attempt to support it on two ps a mere compact between independent nations population has risin from four to twenty- to be a National Whig Conventbnvand',all*,
last Congress that the adoption of the series First or three ,millions our ttif.ie, without the Southern States should send delegates ta tit
that the same attachment exists on the ground they that by an express sovereign States they are nevertheless any
.I measures which composed it, would secure part[ of large majorities of the people. At of cntnd as allpowers i bound by all the obligations which onerous burden, has grown from less than ; but under instructions require tbe adop**|

the unanimous concurrence of all. all events those among them of whose devotion not granted to the Government of j the compact creates. They are bound to three to near fifty millions of dollars; our tion of resolutions, by, the conventionitfaa :*
Their reasonable. hopes were confined to and fidelity to the Union serious the United States are reserved to the Stat&' abstain from all forbidden acts, and to submit revolutionary debt is extinguished; our mercantile no candidate, for either the7 PreSae "f.i
apprehensions -
the great majority of the people ef the were entertained, have been or to the people, the power or right secession to the supremacy of the Constitutionand marine is not surpassed by that of :Vice Presidency, should be*.pi., t. mi i
United States, and their hopes have not been constrained, in deference to public opinion, is not and that it is there !laws ot the United States. But it will the greatest maritime power; the abundant tion who bad not made or wouL tmaki1

disappointed. Everywhere; north, south, materially to change their principles and togo lore retained grnte and the people, be aSked have they not also the right'to products of' oar agriculture satisfy all our au explicit declaration of bis" approval"ani,.s
east and west, an immense majority of the to the polls upon a new issue. They and may be exercised at their pleasure. judge of the fidelity with which the common wants, contribute to the subsistance; of support of the I Compromise'measaresapdespecially'of

people are satisfied with, or acquiesce in, the han renounced and denounced the practical This argument is refuted by either of two gQvernment has adhered to the common other nations; oar manufactures are rapidly theFugitiveSIave' Law and**

Compromise. This may be confidently asserted right of seccession at; present and taken sufficient answers. Te contested power compact 1 Yes, most certainly. They tending to the supply' of all we. essentially his disapproval of any repeal, 0..1 -
in regard to thirteen of the slaveholding shelter under the convenient mask of the connot be if it reservation be incompatible have that right, and so has every citizen of need.from them, and 10 afford a surplus for 'ticra of it. And wiihoarod 'explicit1 Hec 3laralioo

States and to thirteen, if not fourteen, mere abstract right. Whether this shiftingof rent obligations of the constitutional the United Slates, so has the General Government the prosecution of our extended foreign com by the conventkss,' before'-= '
of the free States, In a few.of both classes position will satisfy the people of these c mpact But the Constitutionwas also. The alleged violation of the merce; the surface of our, land is striped ing to the nomiDatioo of.the qdi

of the States and in more particular locali- two States, remains to be seen. They will, intended or which is Constitution may be exposed and denouncedby over with railroad and turnpikes'and our I wiibdraw.from any participation. .s-in ?the-l-t coo-1.01IP. .
tieaTdissatisfaction exists, exhibiting itself doubtless, seriously consider that there is the same thing to be pretl existence, all weapons of reason, of argument, and sea lakes and uavigSble waters resound I ventioni *- :* rM

occasionally in words of great violence and but a short stepJ>etween ths theoretic assertion subject only, from time to time, to sucn of ridicule by remonstrance, protest, appeals with roar of innumerable steam vessels. These are,hastily my views. *'
intemperance; but this feeling is, I trust and the practical exercise of that right amendment as might be made, in the mode the judiciary, and to the other States; by the Your own great city illustrates our surprising -I I I am, yours, very truely' Tnosi Baowxi ,

where it has most prevailed] gradually yielding and in a contingency neither remote nor improbable it specfies It created a more perfect press, public opinion, and all legitimatemeans progress. After the commencement of W. G. M. Darns, Esqr.A

to.an enlightened sense of public duty.I if they affirm the right, they may {/ ion, wa to secure the blessings of of persuading or influencing it. If, the operation of this Constitution, in 1790, HESEST.Aa. ecclesiastical trial of :,ah1
will present a rapid survey of the actual be[ soon called upon to involve themselvesin liberty to the generati6n which formed it, after tbe employmenuof all or any of these its population was 33,131. By the census a'novel character has taken place is-tbir *
state of things as it tome both at which methods the Government of the of 1850, it was .515,394 and our other cities
appears all the calamitous evils of a civil war. and to their plIterilThe obligation peaceful City, during the past few day* -It not 4.
the North and the South beginning at the South Carolina alone furnishes,at present; I each State voluntarily assumed to the other United States, sustained by a Constitutional have increased" in scarcely less ratio. The be generally known that tne'rtligi may* iecv'"
former.In occasion for profound regret and erious apprehension States, by being admitted into tbe Union majority of the nation, persist in retainingthe problem of the capacity of Representative. calling themselves Reformed Pesbyie *
all that region, there is but ene of the not so much for the security of the was that it would remain perpetually boundto obnoxious law there is no alternativebut Government to maintain free and liberal institutions or Covenanters, numbering 'three-! llllt

various Compromise, measures that is seriously Union as for her own peace and prosperity.We the other States to preserve that Union, obedience to the law, on the part of .the on an extensive territory, has been in this City two in Philadelpbia-andA'.fwrJ*

assailed and that is the laxv. madein are compelled, painfully and reluctantly for their own benefit and to inure to tbe minority, or open, undisguised, mainly and triumphantly solved by the intelligence others, scattered about in different parts# *
strict conformity with the Constitution, l to.yield to the force of concurring evidence benefit of posterity. To assert in the face forcible resistance to its execution. the people, and the all, powerful agency of the country, hold certain peculiar aotttaiJit c J
'for the surrender of fugitive from lawful establishing that there exists in that of that obligation that a State may retire The alleged right of secession i is. I apprehend steam and lightning. relation to obedience or submission 'to-ehril 0)governments

service or labor. But the law itself, with State general dissatisfaction and a gen from tbe Union whenever it pleases, is to sometimes .confounded with'a right.of Such, are .tBe gratifying, A .results .which_ to wit: that Christians are in; A-
two exceptions, has been everywhere enforced eral desire to withdraw with, Union; assert that a party :bound by a solemn compact revolution. But its partizans mean totally I have been obtained under ins auspices ot duty bound not only to refuse all coonectieaur:;
opposition to it is constantly abating, and that both parties-that which is for se- to. other parties, may cancel or violate d.fferent thing. They-contend that it is a 1 that Union which some rash men, prompted with civil governments that are not jaaaded&r
and the patriotic obligations of obeying the parate State anJ which insists the compact wheliever'it thinks proper, peaceful, lawful and, if not constitutional 1 by ambition, passion and! frenzy, would eeek on the word of God, but that they oughtnofd
Constitution and the laws made directly or upon the atio sity of tht co-operation of without; theiroiieiit. In orler to secure remedy, that it i is not forbidden by the ConI I to dissolve and subvert! To revolt against' to obey even the righteous commands of. "
indirectly by. the people themselves, is aubniii&iun stitutior. insist that it is a State rght to such a government anything which haspassed
now other States-equally agree a tu the expediency resprct} and to the Union,the Con- They wicked government, or if they do obe!them, -
almost! universally recognized and'admitted. of secession, and only in the stitulion expret>ay] provides "that this Constitution be recognized and respecteJj'an that when would be so atrocious, and characterized that they must do it "for wrath's"sake," as-

Ifin the'eiecutioll of the law, by the pub- degree of rawhneiw or d.1e which characterizes and tbe laws of the United States ever exercised by a State, far from being cen- by such extreme' folly and madness, they term it, or as a'conCleOClOGS' duty toward -
authority, popular discontent is sometimes them respectively which fehall be made i in pursuance thereof, lured or condemned tbe State if necessary, that, wetnay search/in vain for an exampleof God and not toward man. ;Bev. .
manifested, it has with the exception mentioned Nullification and secession have and all treaties made, or whicb shall be is entitled to tbeco-operaiion.of other States it in human annals. We Scan look' for Little, Pastor of the Taird Reforned :*. AI
been invariably repressed or pre from the Fame metaphysical school; and sprung tie made, under the authority of the United Tbe'pr1 dent valor of these partisans, in imitation its prototype only (if I may be pardoned the byterian Cilll ,.Wandy-place bUbitrv.
vented from obstructing the officer of States shall be the oi the of the previous example of the friends allusion) to that diabolical rerolt'which, recorded '
justice latter is the ally, if not the oflspring, of the supreme Jaw understood to broach certain-Rllt noVJA
in the performance of their duties. III former. They lotL agree that a single laud; and the judges in every State shall be of nullification. disclaims the purpose' of on the pages'of Haly Writ, has been in accorda.Ace'witb the.. 'standard 'of th".\
commemorate the sublime
am correctly informed, a great and salutary State i& {Per to nullify the bound thereby, any thing in the Constitution using themselves an J protest against the illnstrared ,and' immortal by Church, respecting this doctrine and Ja
change has been made, and is/yet in progress laws of : .Slates by Con- or laws.of, any State to the contrary application to' them of any physical force genius of the Milton. was brought up before tbePresbytezy'apouidl
at the North, which authorized ,the p to notwithstanding." The right of revolution is that right which In conclusion, gentlemen, let enjoy the He : (
ac- a charge of erHY. was charged wzL!
confident anticipation that reason aud law compl.sh reK int ,.and to remain at the Thus each and every one of the States an. unjustly oppressed people, threatened proud consolation afforded by'the conviction'' te chin!that fthe providential existence8;of- *
th"t'it minritir nf tJiA nnt nf th
will achievea ha not that its legislation with, or borne down by intolerabe and insupportable ..-. trltet n '
finally npble triumph. same Unon; while secession asserts $ agreed, only ordinary -----J-.J ---i---------- :a civil government entitles it 10.a.CODicD..cM
The necessity of-jmaiutaining and euforc- .a right attain it by withdrawing but thafits Constitution, the higher tyrany and injustice, have of resorting United States true to Lions obedie e;".with.exhorting. bw 'bwi. .
i tug that'Law; oartjiealed, and without any from the Union and absolving the State jaw,made by the people themselves in>Convention forcible resistance Prevent to themselves, and true, posterity, are ers"to.becoI active Ii&icia.n'fta.
modification would seriously impair iueficieocy from all obligation to the Constitution aud shall, in any casesof, ;conflict be redress the wrongs: with which they are firmly and immovably attached to this Union all constitutional meaaslb,hati Jhe Piti 1I.n

must be admitted by the impartial tbe faws, of the United States. They both subordinate to the paramount authority of the manaced or:under which they are suffering.It that they seelin it. a safe an:' sure if not Slave_law,repealed and othusosva
judgment ol all candid men. Many of the maintain .tbjd a resort either process is .. Qonstfution, laws made in 'pursuance thereof may aim simply at removal of grievances the sole-'guaranty of liberty, of 'internal' like cbaracter.ln opposiuon'to:the".:".'Ii
sIaveholdingStates, and many public meetings peaceful and.legitimate.t-Nullification, derived and treaties of the United States If, or it may seek totally to change the existing 'peace of prosperity; and of,national happiness established doctrines and practices :th., I
of the people of them, have deliberately an ambigious contested support therefore, auy.State were, either:in its Legislature government or to establish within its progress and greatness; ] t>its dissolution Corenantry Church.. -The several charfrtwere -\

declared that adherence to the Union de- from the resolutions of the Stat or,in a Convention of .delegates of limits a new' government, It is a right not would be'follpvve.l _by"41eswars sustained by majority votecot.. .1

t headed apeD the. preservation of that law, of moral adopted iir 1798-9; the people, to declare, by the most formal confined ,by the b andares'of Stales, (although amoneourselveJby'the temptation, take or invitationTo in- members oJ the Presbytery &nmbering4a? '
and abandonment would be the Vrni that' had from the, Union b organized political uwiiS ihey foreign "powers to part and ,elders
Ilk that its ,signal -! resolutions' afford; |io.color or act. it seceded: all abouf twenty ministers ,) IN&
of the dissolution of the Union. 1 know countenance tothe_ pretensions of secession. such act would be nugatory and 'an"abso- may capable of giving'greater effect to them, and u"a.;,$v pfign) suhjagationi or upon receiving an explanation froatMl'.t.iIJ

that the'Abolitionists (some of whom openly The doctrine of secession assumes., that ute, nullity; and ',thepeople ,of that State revolutionary efforts) but it belongs' to oppressed the' 'establishmentd.spotism uivi.kd falL,and that tie in regard to the true-po&donwbicbbA'

avow 'a -desire to produce that calamitous anyone of the thirty-one composing would remain, bound .by the :Constitution, man, vb 1tYerDay be his condition! "united, we ui'with stand- we took in point of doctrine, wbich'.xpatio. *
Stat the
event) and their partisan deny and deride the Union. wherever :or suited; law*' and treaties of the. United States as In all; revolutions,. however, tlierearC.two d'I .higUest i respect, was deemed satisfactory to,thva
f5Unf.e'df' .any such danger but men whether in the interior or : the fully' and "perfectly as 'if the act bad never partIes those who r s'oltand the. goveru-' f Your_obedient,,servant \ &only subjected to an ad monition and ex*" ,*
H. .
o frRt CUT.Messrs. -.
.who will not and beD4 nent which they forcibly resist. There are : careful in bittaaguaftflsjrfutoj ;
perceive ,own it, must has a u own been proclaimed.- # horted to be more
to the signs of the times, to tboaIlltrife &* > right the nit .spr will .But there is another'Tie. also conclusive I generally two opposite opinions :also en-. : Stephen'Whitaey* George Gris.jold -upottokavetheilnpreui ;
'.hid has 'unhappily arisen; to judgment, withdraw dict from(the Union whenever againsVtbe pretension of secession being a rtained.of the cause of 'resistant*; that ol Daniel Uilman and the other signers tbe,mffVof his hearers that he.-W",

& 0ibittcr d ftelings which have heeD excited it 'pleues t : that this act of secession l. power reserved 10 the States under the amend those )who' rise Rebellion,-believing'themselves of-.the. Address, &c_ ted, from-the doctrines of the Churth .'
r well the. apeaceiui .nt Yifthi> fVinRtitntinn referred to. The to be a s. .as solemn resolutions of ana noj controverted or 00 wi ., .' From't/u Norfolk (Fct.HnaMA '
assemblies I D reservation of ; :its existence' ing'-government wflicfldenea, avin' inflicted Tlc fainous ian.l pbijOllOp be.rV>
deiiberairfft' unanimously, adop ;structed by the rest States, or by the power implies :, rditer'1'ni. G.y.BrowI, ,, of '.Florid, ,
ted. Their of" Or to.ueb reservation any oppression injustice .It is incumbent : '; : : wbilC'aalavebeiag preseoiea bjV flt r. ,
disregard of the danger, I ImappTebenve,1rteedCEn application any the.limits; of in the wty reserving F We.have been obligingly favored with thefollowlng'letter MVi *
loretwtn in its independent wise and considerate before with a" titter melon; i iinmeilisSlr; *
men, !
aStateexisted ter ;
re from,their desire State thelawsOf : But when upon ',
the seceding f r Jl from
: I Iberallly :publication. is wash '* -.idJI't-
to continue it. separate and unassociated .character they hastily engagiin revolution dtlirevott all r How: possible,
ta1ion,1-hiclaaulmI"n.t&1 the V States anLthatihIreupoti:: the Governor of Florida whose wise '
than from tSeir lore of the Union itself; State it. citizens; are absolved from all it' would have5 no'right 'of' secession, to consIder the' motives and caU3eS of the 1 and present counsel overruled those of the te t;"for you'to eat 'soi;; aoseoa .:iLoekman ?

Yoarrefer;; gentlemen; "re olutiozis and obligations and duties to,the; United .States, there beingvho confederacy orblher party and.carefully to calculate the proba.bl&consequences'of Senators patriotic aad Representatives that State replied,?; havcrrecem'isBhonld J._.d'rI'f
is incident forcibleresistance.-, favors from Tou atjU! AO
eecede., Secession
which to ;
a'RI11'uc adopted at Conventions lately .'and frpao the
: power independent which favored secession;, opposed
-- around which a bm trf'union without! which, ;jt unsuccessful,,they'knovvttbey"will ? guiltyof .onee w royfe'essbietIee..4it ;
; us, ip we have seen any of the nations to the confederacy, Compromise of.1850,,and wheeled the State, 1
have' existence:and,unless it is clear treason", ,and Inc ftb& penajty iuBicted t OtJlI.01It. _, > geoexus" u.
&vregreuweUuaIarmihatibe questkwiof earth. SFht .,.doctrine maintains! thif can no ." of,Florida into the line oL.tbe;.UDiaa. The sthck the>master- to ",
adherence to Compromise is avoided right roT secession may be exercised whenever ly provided for laths compact of Union, out Jipon traItorS;? 1 : .- .t letter is addressed to Judge Davis/,'who: has of the slave -ye. jj., .
anti -.bi bit and still [more ifitbe .[ have thu" gernefl! preseuitedanimperfect I r.o. i that bn '
of you justly depreciate thejsndency the State deems U has'sufficient causeatall of springi*, authorised itspublicatiou.in .our-columns -- such seutisboui4r har':4t
of these esolIli D 'I baye 'not and utterly irreconcilablewith; .that compact, it sketch 67 some of the views .which I ,- erty. rWith. .
in a'stite .
times of all
i and we invite the attention : PUT'readers hii' .I at : ,
'.MJnattentivp indiflSsrent observer of prosperity;or in the.o profoaJea ,' can juvej.consMajttonal" Or,''legitimateIodtioii have taken of the" existipg'topics of the'day. without regard to politics,to rive han ; ,
11 would aJmit of/mucheolarnement.:and I91po4 f i ,.1 t t a
& with; you (JI 4eplyircg!*-, U>eif raging. M all our borders; and that, inl-lhe: .* \M' sJK'is1'contended attentive! pejusL.Jt.discussUubieCa0f: I "
$4opttoL- ""1 wuh" that tneserespectablebodiMc Jar case, transforming itselfinto a ci :.: heweverilai i tbi'ieondp1acehat'1be additional' illustratiOn, but;, Ihave;already great unpdrtahce to.the South,'hot;iawbick:I : iit-a AL'U. W ti.
la U"-: ''less ambigllous.'andfiodeclariflg if right of :seeessionTippert4ntthejtatts.nudgrand given::;to.. this paper i au;inordinate!length. .
been nation
j independent )may escape ; sketcbwe'behot4 the North isalrt materJaJUyiWterested I p,to,lemra thatthe'Ueive--!, I
P.IJtpliCit tbefrdetermifla; :' of inrtuecftheirytreipyFbargument Iii ,contempiati'ngthat. ; appears to bae been x prepared.Af ten much onenced its se sio D}underthe_ jBMtfcansptee&K .
tioa to- ceoieKe ia,'aD4I;abida' by,*" great cte. *W eq m cIlY.pa,. trw.t ; :'scorns ,any liuch more: "i:anmne.he.Iiopes-i.Uhe d.than encourager det \t1on.ijhoughd'fn\ .i"'ua- ''h I ,TJui das baa Ida' .
inbe the :of
TnIIaGf 'which and reJiaace upon tbes reservation,powers i atrtotiMn country, truei Ucf' off.Jhe
Pace and Compromise, tral!; ally enemy, .tjA.fter Tae abjeeuiv areUtlwt l berof onelaiudred.andpects _.1
armi" *the United It ; Constitution"cut* loose from all :the obligations to create;regretand.apprehenli the Conpromjs herv':ac; fur21ecce.I&
Joraiug an epoch1n1haprOriof oof take up against Stt. thatwhicbi .io- South in regard to ,of.still. f
FO_ .wu II.ta deo\ to reconcile de i asserts this bVaUhbuga it'may :fa in that instrument'defies tbe'power iuch.a.poli.tonna1; quiescence tn wJueb-plaeeslwr-deeidedly in, fUra p .'th..t ibe, "
wuuot'WrMexpected : '
st i dottiozOTer.nponthe and anthoritytheGenrratG, lently raged rfurinttn 1astCongriesit. amli Northern::fanaticismi i*;the \ ,
1IM.fraJaaaJ teelinpZDUSpuikfl4 the process Vflims1Gth.prothistltO! wduld instantly tnf jrtgbH ,,i! III& ii .
.olut ia of thef, for thatthenatioii 1' C'
the and 'fittdsa ,: authority 'jieii PJUid atiuaf,:
c9ry Tbtre was op surface of; territory had ; wrongrthe .. _
.' settb dowo'la''per quiet repoeeCoisideringtheTutute '
10" '. r.to nfcpiKstnn 10 ite, sovereignly of the btatcs.i51i&J1VOt Democrats will Most proW -
v-wl7'. ?eerYssigbtto 'd' tf ibi thtaopettyindqendCfltouta.b1g *k.br *.Ali.andaLsectionaprevadinglb what sourse'the :1itt1.o ,
c, _'
deign ..
$ t5eZl1beobnoxious !for jhernseIvany WhatthaLsov reiptf: hjy &ndt1the ;WbigOugb1 todo'f ucDtficiaL7'T .
kw: ; ., pursue )
'.1 without spatIcknon to'define texplainpor to ibow.1)IO. ;one ritory, out:pwnCO pdpulaUo.i'll ibebeatedoncfpaseionbf'opisioii '/ >/ 3" ,j tq;3B"r M-, qie 1ai t 'fCiatir
.. .. any express; form1 orgovernnJRt-free. or diatMarIFi04"i 1 ofIutet I .
.g.au CtC"Ja. I1tU. to raanklod, aad. *ijjterfapting intircourw offts, f.attributellJ'to'" _.' ..WV-i..6. ,40'' "' u4'. eJltir 1JAi iS- '". -':.\'i'A"i ; abi e
E P4 r grave Coeipscl& r"' : .5 / 1IJTrJik"net" 'I i 'a ,
IbfContitutka. itself i4iolating ue oift f the Mtes'proJ'- ta the i we have great reason to be thankful IdProvV ;
Sacorporaied ua it the ri'Bi',r IoL:. the ; .t The !jreJgnty Bttsest ConstitutKrowaalimited ; J deJ for tb "d eatitrvt i&. : / .
1mtand'eonaeqflhat- dJa; !- Liisani. ., adoption and' x-tne iihlJl thearticles of,coot : bf .bfch'J'i'ai1J:' ,!!ry.bricIje, 'SoItli. 1IIl- '
',rJ ILi''hH II[ r lbs pro1 I < j .. :: 7thm are S eeepti iv.t }ttic'Nortli 17,tbttotlr". .'". I1'. concel,. 'Irt ,.'r, Q "' A. 1, i.

f _oaLJ ppto4 ;; .l.( Sa t. 'r.a muc am eri 4i c L J.. ,.,ti ct",tr, ._ t W: .t ,# ***', ;'",. .1ri "'fJ .)A 4'!;,n ,-t' ,-- -. .w.: 'fSi'.."'. ," .r-. :,', '. .'$" o" .' .. r "x.I 't .

$1 oa, ; .Ai oJ L : .-.!'1;i' t # 11:_ .#,. 1'0. ',' j t or ; >: I

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.;CBftla'Cwrtpond of the Atlai. -The nat PrnirHer. : J ': U JlClaa- t'' I ,'8, 'Is : SMS/:'___ v t_ e tle
7 Lkiillk
"ToaotnOt OcT 4,1851. as with.'V.i 'VoLt; ytrdy it'o :piea h iite te.W\ arn$h Pl1 i "w. ); ed *4reenjt zgu1hirsday T\e" .J ', t :' : r 8: fte.U, The Journal &_ Messenger 'of,::thb' wa

Tin whole ofthi Province is'now'on the '" Gr Lt r: )f ; ht5beeii nit!, "".:. The Convention cfCotfca
in of the Tree, growrpc S tli ,()inn ull forde4rs;;1 WI(C.suwxL14S&citnd ; ',J"A,0, rr : IS Pe PlantersbeUapieliminarf .
lipto of excitement consequence county, in this IF .tiri ," }. .+. \I.. 1, X .f .u meetingbn
resignation of the Ministry. This) event has Sttt\ Co .-v yi t HUB is the rit'oi{t e4ine- 1. ; t FJi My joosabatchIe1 last 'and dfOurnedoyjr Monday
taken p&cetn! consequence of some of the PUt'Efn3hfJra 'ip jD.terdi t ply beteendarfIsto.and Jack ,, JNoVemfcer, 6,1851., ihe at Indian, ad h at, St.Augns- to meetafifn Tnei

members from Upper Canada desiring to of very the respecl' It is>one The FloridaSsa'remarkablffine .Col..Winder i i. in command at Fort. day morning 9 o'clock, when theJO2wing{
>batten the dissolution of the" present. House ot the fruit order vessel of her class; and :has. been builtWth8peialrferenje ; tir '. .- &flfttimeif"ere eIe i rofJi r r -
we have ever seen. Th tree from which eD- Mr MiJr ,-at nra me
the comfort and ac- '' 'j J-w *l-*-; *- -;-" ""- oo.
ofFarImentandto to the people, ,
appeal the,bnnclrjraa takearery t The press is general an m- TCD'-oDt": t .UioSfExGov. .1dT
,Bfifch'fesembHng a 2apt.rClarke.at, Augustine.
*IWAirHap8l of the Cleat GrU M artheTTn|' Jiterests the Palmto in ,; fr9m twenty-, \.mmoation"'of.passengers.with FJorlda The fromiseh coiU advantages c-- debt pi blcf8e! ?itl"na properly :so; We learnjfrpm. 'an'officer on the, line that : : MosttT.,ol.Florfd'PtlfiJat.
rtJl five to Fie Pr
% le at thirty years old and although for of char for where unanimity : "prevails .-B. S. Bibb, Ala -'
tfaktftfrnnaeretawli1> to people an enduring important :8ntm lithe Indians are. 'within their boundary.Jowlegs Terrell, Ga. John W

a distance, I should explain that 't>dr'Goy.qT1unentj9r many this is.years the past it.has:,blossomed baa profusely,;; acter.? That State is destined, to be one 'pfhe wsJiJhjpres4es p ,I q (cl ater':evidence frequently visits.the, post, at, For D. BrvanLa..; N.B G.;Crowej.Gitatl! ;.c. mb
has been ; ruit.i eer'produced richest in-the,UnipnTandeuch i h'ihepeuliarty .
some time past compo- that its views' a particular! rub- tfzf M''f .<'& n r
To .ho O' ii"f
render the productive .. wbere' tre appears necessary I it is never -- '- .I Myers,
pfitscoa8tthat' .likelyo
.. bi1CiCs.materlall't inasmuch as : [ j: svjiw.ttf i :-?: "j .j
,j-JBi Jp+ MMif.U.he:4 eenr'Btrongystonservmtive *- ,,that A.male and;female:tre"lhould have a great seaport its'own., Hence, eJect aretbe, ; refleof, publicfeeling,-. sometimes acemp ni 'd by a many a thir- M.Tbaddeus Cbmls.Ga G :; N..) 'Powell: ALa.

in its'principles! and 'the. other,clear'TMtyw be closely' connected.-; Mr.CooPE;; attribtesthieariug'ofthtr all'the.valuable nxmere' .''that is to\ ) ,Tils'fact--fill"U" ustrated-,t 'b"y the'.coiricidencel< . of, ty'of his men: He himself,quite_at!:;home,, Jolt, .Ga. ".fi. W

clraradicaL: This has,caused;,divif'tabti I- while it was f in blosom'cut! ;from to., his'i a male:haying tree! i tile from -the. peopling'and Cultivation of this rer the:prei.fohEii rd JOjregarcht one and eems'ce'abie''disposed v.Sam, Jones cer M14 I\ bomal." S P'C,%'f .. ,,- ,Sr'SSSj /
offered 10\ the .
04 peninsula a coin- "
and disagreements'during the)late:.ces* growing some' : 'thirty 'ards off prize f-the evil of-lhe day.warrants never malcea th almost :&crrtaT7Vj.Naujan: 'Fass'a' -.-
,J intercepted oi the Atlantic" cities: Charleston; ,;appea ncfbing.
.:"..ifont ttf government,which according; have been to ,BriUeh a perfect..priQciples source of from; the female byanumber'bf orange trees, petition from'her'positioOi and from the*affinitie's" of us in. :saying that: the dplbl e t o( uperannnated." Bowlegs ',d 1reinbat'his Gould.Ala.; and J,K\\&, Ga., ;-.i. P.

?; *"" !thf b1oss msof the'male; and'placingjbern: I this p&rtIoi1'f Ourtate ,The.Cbdventio'njtrft\
is rdedlyiepre
a those fourStiebaa dj the \
: ._ ., the branches of the people with : : quitting country : thejquestiorffe.'is o1tSl'it.
? m maleree.'Tbe I -
., :i rancw Hlcki i ,theInspectorGeneraK- !is'aboti'i f fifteenfeet'ln.heightand.eighteen tree more eq aJ chance in !this mal-. {or.-of; th .wQrst fhensive thosecvlsWe .* ; prepared, (j die oh the, gl .di tanded.and is composed oMugblyVi: l.

ndthe leader of the Upper Canada [sectionunlstryj.isth'e inches diameter. :At the'trunk, and: has, 17. honest We,have efforts bur that t&properlycouragealthe -to'advaiTcehe : practice ofc; rying'ton.. war is made upon>him, be.will have satisactionjof. gentlemen from .all, :tWj1t ih.

&DQnhe: ; .first. !-to. resign thePost; and borne seven bunches this' ye.,', lr., Coo--. 'interests of our' city"are in 1'ade'thisdifectiph'- ,' to ealed'deadly'teaons'? ,.TbeJroarkrf iuppn' f putting the,whites.astir all'over era. States; A OTg ee .
Steali., coupled! wJ'' Jbat PER has iumberofother trees on his plant ] share" his ubjecf which'! : werdaw i from.'us.afewreeks : : Gov.'Pr u,; dEx JJ140
c ) bas a secure a very large ntrade' .which $ -ii and will"'give them atleast' 11, aDd
et.Genera ,;,Mr-; Morris brought is'the -' / *t- < theterrtry. a lIT.
: i n. This\ve.presumei: .i first.prbductipn -. is alreadyconsiderable,' and the"fut re 'cn, -, since.by a correspondent'have" lit bf | e ral other genllemeo of distinction
tb&>uole udown. It-lr Hick's: object 'ofnhelDate4 in" thicountry.know .)Ye. ; ; : sSvebJyeal's; !war fifl lidning.bijartiei : j 1p Iroartiia
"'if.to form a.aew;Ministry, .on, Clear,:.Grit of several!trees'growing\ in St largement i which i is'almbst b ond c:mpu.tationClrarleston '" met'wfth an 'earnest'-rsponse 'frdrn alI4tofourcotemporaries. .out of the \fo.rtresses ,and swamps S ate; fr m'V ;inia. AlabamOiiJifg t;

'*";'pfincinle i iu: connection; with;. .<,tRdlph.. tine; whichJiave"blossomed'Jbut"mot t/uKUS.borne I .: 'U)j.. ..i .i- Metcuryr29tlit'ult.. --'-.. ; ; 'ytii'Newjfyncienf'Cilg' Iapt.! 'Alabama is'now -attemptingto TenD Skti' l![>oth 'C roti i'sGeal

,4d1Mt1co1urcainerQr val1n.but., two nrevmusly gentlemen todong,; influeritialinlhis Crlt"I.-Georqrl '.: ,'J-, .. .. Our.leaders will find in: to-day's paper:;an -'th \.r-,Co.J slrVti.* : .at. ""Ocla.lae i"'Vfc' each y'fand iin: 'fulfill BJ&e.1 a/contract mad;,withj i!: the -. tis .\ Uli!h fll L InultflueoL; bet
interesting and valuable! from
* Ihis he.tt-iht3'an''appeal lto be' ipaue lot the 4) SiscutiR''Scicipii.:: old' ricgfo woman the Charleston .Mercur"..artice'Copied to'see turn endorsed our expressions deprecatiorf, -sioier. r Indian'Affls jorh'e' # j ,intelligent and enterprising planter! !..2 o

"Woj>\X In the.expectation thaUhe.fesalt'yrill! ',th'e property of; Mrs.. Bailey, 'I Cal-! the .zeal with which o-ur.secession'contemporary and are all. equally'strongi: and 1.decided, ';iicondemning ,'moval of ,.the tribe for the fixed'sup*; of 'ten Of.the arrangements for3 the 'greaY"!!;.

'', wswrprable which to his View think*,, A.consummation, houn-street"was found dead this" morning| in connection.with"other )journals of .the;practice'reterreil.to,.and. in thousand dollars, .with-.! ven"han.dred' and hitfoir.the''Journal'Messenger: '' [ (the.cane
"bbwever, I is ,yeryproblematital. in her room, hanging bVth'p neck. The circumstances ; '
opinion dii i datesad .
every has"espoused'the ctin'pmbIicattf. tl n to the bad results fifty additional foreveryIndan begets logo. ;, : 1 "j
.I.. of '
$ attending toe act were a peculiar cause of Direct Trade.- We'doubt not that < j :
4; ay adJ, that this clear grit party is the character' The wOman had been in it.will be found a matter of much'more'pro- to which the custom inevitably leads.- The It supposed there.are about five, ,hundred -The city has been crowded for'tln'ee fit*

t jd reform party'iunder.'a 'ne1ame..the the family so many years that :the 'oldest! .discusjon. than the qtieEtion'of .se- effect of .this luuited condemnation may.for a .Indians the country of whom:about 'one with visitor to the:i'great.AgricolrBral,knd .
fiable '
:raw party that oiad a rebellion in '1837; memberof it conld ''not tel her age' She parate secession, which ha received so time.perhaps appear Jl gat rY;, 4Those who hundred,and fifty are warrio'rs .'The Indians Industrial:and closes Exhibitionwhich com, tenc 1h\a
IM d Dr iKoIpU was one of the leaders of that had nursed several of they had much attention from our neighbors. across have countenanced nthose who have fo1l9'd day on Friday-next Tnerr al- .
; report-that the last year has ,4n'unusually read yare manythbusand .
:period. ,Mr, MacKenzie is also,at present reached m unit1-w 9 tbe'grancm th r of the river.-Sav. GeorgianSo *\ i, rtrangeri-nrfsent,
i.apqwerful man in this party. The main children t n years old infrm and it the. practice of; carrying concealed sickly! and the mortality'among.infants has legations, are in attendance front Virpriia

Abject j sought to be accomplished now is to mucb' attached to all the you'give up: weapons, may for the time, nnder'an imagined'senseof'dignity been great, : Alabama, Tennessee MISSI6&Ippt.IFI.

"iwcalarue the Clergy Reserves. and destroy i appears that the retired to her Jdlyby,the rembnstrances Kentucky, South Carolina, and in fact'near
boust.I pass
Direct Trade In Practice.. ,
all religious; corporations. The' likewise f o'clock on Sunday night, with ; The majority-i.is in Richmond Iy all the'southern Stalest The concoahe
andajea1s,.ot but Unfoi. very heavy
:want establish democratic. institutions one of her female grandchildren-during the Messrs. John Mason & Co..of Charleston' i newspapers of .visitors is not only imme se, 6attthei.ray

generally; but the principal causes of excitement course of the night arose and tied several pie- have received from Calcutta'! 'direct 800 bales, even they must uppon reflection yield their ar. we doubt not surrounding of articles on exhibition: will:'astonish

are the ecclesiastical question Their ces of cloth together, to form a cord, moun- of Gunny bagging, by the ship Grasmere beligerant predilections, at least' so far 'as counties. Mr; Bows defeat is attibutable 'to he most sanguine. There are three'splendid'

opponents cry out robbery and spoliation, ted 3 square piece of block, and fasteningone Capt..Vaile. The Courier : they are fostered maintained. by the per his inability to regain the ground he lost in Steam Engines upon the ground, with a va
and riot without much reason. You may end to the rafter, put her head in the 1848 by his insane oppositio'n to Taylor riety of other machinery. .There are Jacks
of custom ante-civil .
"This is the first direct communicationwith petuation a anti-social, Mules Horses and fine
fancy that from a disguise of thin kind, noose, and oft ht broke cattle by.the score.
swung lerei the East and this city, that ,has taken ungentle, barbarous and that which efect-d the loss of the Congressional The herd of Devons
much bad feeling is likely to be engendered. : the frail material, which ) scatered in pieces perilous to ,.exhibited trJ'-Riebard
c;: I understand that Mr. Hicks has been on the floor. She then went into the place within the recollection of our oldest state of society'whhh h we claim'to' have'attained .' district at the last election. The election Peters Esq. is one of the largest and';be t

ant for by the Governor General to form atoeir yard and cut off a portion of a clothes line, merchants, and with a tonnage' which is not theicbieyementbf ,feudalism, Congress, and the. voting for or against ever shown by one man in the ''country.

ministry;.but I do not see how he can returned. and effectually accomplished what rapidly Increasing, and which would dc and a boon' the new Constitution of the State, as well 'The department of domestic manUfacture naespecially
war hatred, but the blessed
d 1o",so. Certainly, in the present house, appeared to have been very deliberately de- to any port; we venture to say thai as of rich, and,speaks highly for the industry
there is.DO majority which he can command. signed. No cause whatever can be assign the day is not far distant when our commerce ., revalation, love, and justice. How the South as for certain State senator and a House of enterprise and taste otthe fairer portion .

_______________ ed for the act, unless it was that one of the with the East will be in no measure' ha been calumniated by the cant that._bet, Delegates took place on Monday last.-. pf.our people.. The display' in.I the
ANOTHER LETTER FROM A CUBAN PRISON- the whom she inferior to even that of'Boston. Caskie's is stated Horticultural Rooms will be
}young ladies of family to was people the rule of the revolvei majority at 400. I the I exceedingly
Messrs. J. Fraser & Co. likewise importers encourage '
The Hauneville Watchman publishesthe are -far of the kind
rR.- strongly attached, had been recently married new Constitution be ratified, election will surpassing any thing ever
following letter from one of the Cuban and left the family, to reside in another of 1980 bags of Coffee, by-the Han. and bowie.knife.! a seen in the South. ,In' the Poultry ..liae/H

prisoners sent to SIain-J. T- Pruitt, of town. Previously to committing the fatal overian schooner O.te, which arrived yesterday If,. as Mr. Fisher.has said, the North hat I take place on the 8th of December next for would really seem as it i the four quarters of

Lowndes county, Ala: act,the old woman had dressed herself in her. from Ro de Janero-thus ar: a large preponderance over the South in pau.. Governor, Lt. Governor, Attorney General the globe had been searched.. 'There! '&ft

HAVANA PRISON, Sept. I, 1851. best clothes, and was perfectly clean and example is worthy of imitation-and perism, also it'more L and Legislature under it. Ducks and Chickens from India, Africa,' Eu-
DEAR BARRY:-I fear ere this the melanejioly neat, with the exception of the bottom of for which they deserve the thanks of oui s ha largely displayedthose rone. and even from the centra- of the Cpl.e.

intelligence of my being a prisoner in her stockings which were soiled while walk., citizens." passions and practices which are, the The elections---for Congress in Virginia u'al Empire. There.are Partridges- from

Havana has reached you through the press.If ing yard in quest of the cord, by concomitants of pauperism, viz :. vices, animosities California, Geese from Egypt and Pigeons
it has not I hope you will not permit my means of which she committed the fatal THE CUBA MAILS.-The steamships which and assinations. This, however, have so far a heard train resulted in the from all sections of the globe l The 'native

situation to become known to my mother under Charleston Courier. act sail semi-monthly from New York for Cha- is foreign to the point-the condemnation of choice of Thompson in the Kanawha district >ioultrytocv very fine.. In the great staple of
circumstances. to her are hereafter to leave two days earlier the South, we understand the
any Try keep under gres his Whig opponent. This is a competitionwill
.impression that I am in western'1'ex. A Surrender. than formerly, viz: on the 9th and 24th, instead a'particular evil in the South, and not a pal- ovr be considerable, and the display credita

as. Gen Twigs, of the Army, was recently of the lllb and 26th, unless the date liation of it by contracting its relative degree gin for the other party-Hayinond, Whig, ble. We have not had an opportunity' to-

I was in New OrleaTis about the time the married at Pensacola. The New Orleans falls upon sunday, wnen they will leave on with the same evil at the North.- before the incumbent. Morton has been examine into the collections of grains,fruit,

epeditiQn was being gotten up. Great excitement Monday. re-elected in the Fauquier district, and a &c., but presume that tbis department will 1 be
Picayune facetiously alludes to his "fill :" The days of of the mail steam- Doubtless, it every where prevails, and to '
prevailed. Mr. Sigur, editor of the departure Whig also chosen in the 10th district. By rather deficient. The season has been -un-
Delta, published numerous letters from the SURRENDER OF AN AMERICAN GENERAL.We .- ship Isabel fiom Charleston for Key West too great an extent. In its train follow; the propitious and we fear that in this, respectthe

Island giving an account of the progress of see it announced that ou the 8th inst., and Havena, have also been changed from same results-anger, revenge, bloodshed, the way,.Mr. Boll's defeat partly attributable exhibition will not be as inviting as: id
at Pensacola, Major Gen. David E. the lat and 15th of each month to the 8th' charges made against him by his
a revolution going on in Cuba. These letters Twiggs, death, and depravity. Every where, too, t many others. Upon the whole, however;
led me to believe that almost the entire [T. S. Army, Commander-in-Chief of the and 26th, in order to connect with the Cha- enemies of abolitionism in his course the it will be by far the most extensive and elegant
population were under arms struggling for Southwestern Division, was united in the gres mail steamers. it must give way to better sense, to a constitutional,convention. The same charge show of the kind ever held in the Soo-

liberty. It is useless for me to tell you bonds of matrimony with Mrs.T. Hunt. The bravery-every where, at least it must yieldto them States. We look upon it as 'the beginning
how false these were. Through the persuasion gallant General has hitherto pursued a victorious The Springfield Republican says, "that the bebe$1 of public opinion ; or if it can if made agains Geo.W. Summers, the Whig of better times for .the South,and

of Col. Downman I was induced to join career, untarnished by a single defeat, the proposed Webster Convention in Massachusetts withstand and override that, or if taw and candidate for Governor on account of his trust that the spirit now aroused may be
the expedition.I when encountering his country's enemies, has been fixed for the 25th of November course in the the old Constitutional'Convention fostered and cherished by our people.

bare nottime, to go into details. Sufficeit either at home or abroad. We believe he at Faneuil Hall. The call will soon order be vulgar common-places 'unlearned of '29. And yet the Democracy have i _

to cay, we landed expecting to meet thousands has before tbis laid down his arms, in legal be i issued, signed by two hundred of the and unobserved by the high-souledand truly Among the passengers on board the Atlantic

of friends. But alas!how deeply de form and with benefit of clergy, t the fair leading friends of Mr. Webster in the State, honorable, then are the maxims of and elected Mr. Thompson in the Kanawha district lately arrived at New York; wer*
of the in foes of mankind; but to such enemies what each country furhishing five times as sages -the same Mr. Thompson who once,
ceived.Instead finding people armsfighting
and patriots, ay, of maityrs to a principle, Bishop Otey, of Tennessee, and Dr. \V D.
signers as she sends State Senators.
for freedom'we found one and all soldier would not surrender hU laurels. The many as a citizen of Ohio, figured as follows:
armed ready to meet us, not as friends, but General has added another leaf.to his by his It will be one of the most, respectable and unworthy of veneration, and the brigandism Newton Mercer, of New Orleans, with some

AS,foes. We landed, had several engagements Florida defeat and capture. We wish the influential political gatherings ever convened of old Spain, or the guerilla life of modern Extract from an Oration, delivered by of the members of his family.. .BiShop Otey

in one of which I received a bayonet newly married couple. all happiness and in Masachusets." Mexico, is a nearer approach to the regeneration GEORGE W. THOMPSON, at St. Clairsville, visited Europe for his health which baa been

wound in the right arm, and were finally prosperity.The of man than that we now fancy our Ohio, July 4th, 1828 : greatly benefited; but bis return was hastened
beaten and dispersed to the mountains. Ho FOR CAIoRNu.-The rush for
where, after suffering a great deal from hunger recent Whig Convention in Virginia California seems to have been resumed with race to be providentially approaching.The will"The be free slaves of the Unted' States the must and by the very heavy affliction which heM
already we see '
were compelled to give up. adopted the following resolutions: redoubled vigor. The New York Expresssays practice of croaking the weapons of of those which must soon workings break his esteemed friend, Dr. Mercer, in. the lass-
There are 124 of us now in prison here. -Resolved. That the Whigs of Virginia desire that Uie steamer Illinois on the 27th death upon the body of him who is on every forth. Example is contagions. sustains of his only child a lovely 'daughter, who
to co.operate with their brethren of other ult.. had between 600 and 700 Ua.t
have been treated far passengers
We very kindly sj slight provocation ready to deal them.is at a free and popular government; I had just entered womanhood. Bys,
and hope when the Spanish Slates in tbe furtherance of the same national and the steamer on the. 7th left with quiteas upon
government sees
fully the.base means used by Gen. Lopez policy wfcich has so signaly marked many. The Ohio last Saturday carried war with the public sentiment of the South. baT stood upon the the slaves spot where of the insur- sea-voyage, and a visit to the Southern climate
amongst our
and his tools in New Orleans to get us to engage the present Administration; cannot I over 600. Through passages to San Fran- Here, where we have for a moment paused to gents had met, in the deep midnight, when country all l of Europe, her father bad hoped .that

inthe expedition, she will be disposed support whose for the fidelity next to Presidency the Constitution any candidate and- cisco$150- can now be had in the steerage for I consider the evil, it is safe to say that eighteen still and voiceless:' where the implements\a of her constitution might be restored. 'But the'

to look; upon onr crime with some degree of twentieths condemn the and husbandry were collected together, to be bad carried its so'far"
to the measures of adjustment shall not bebe'ond practice, consumption ravages, ,,.
and lives. .If however I
allowance spare our ,
made of death'where
nth should not be the case, I shall submit all question." A HOUSE DESTROYED BT A METEOR. nearly the same proportion rigidly avoid it. the weapons the un- that all was unavailing and she died ia

to my fate in a manner becoming a man. both The the signs great of political the times parties now of indicate the cOuntry that- The America English state that papers a house received in Westminister by steamer I Were it right, plausible, creditable, or necessary lighte, be torch fired was, and ready its kindling, aTa momfnts'flame applied warn Paris, on the 12th of September.. Her'father ..

Cornelius is with me, and all the prisonersare adopt adherence to these measuresas street, London, belonging to a carver and the united press would not so clearly 10 the.prond domes of the devoted city, and his friend are now [bearing her remains

in the same room. Gen. Lopez few is of to his be., wi part of their platform,and that the vexed I I gilder, was set on tire and nearly destroyed exemplify public sentiment as to utter but .whilst she rested in false securit)." to their resting place i in Mississippi.The ._

gavotedto.dayandtberearea : question of slavery will be taken out of' by a meteor, which descended upon the roof one voice, and that the voice of den ncia- Silence was in all her halls, and slumber
in New Orleans who had
*tool better never in all chambers. But the London. is showing the helplessness
in the of ner deep tone
the political arena, and that the great con sbjpe a ball of fire. yon .
meet with any of those now in prison here, tion and reprova!. of the and the I
test next year will be fought on .the old issues warning-bell thrilling voiceof of Spain to. make war' upon the
or they will suffer equally as bad a fate. of Bank, THE CUBAN PAIHONERX.-Ex-President thE watchman, when he has aroused you "
Independent In United States; and thinks that Queen Isabel
J. T. Tarif Pennsylvania! a, Whig candidate for
:Respn hope. Pacnr.Ko from dreams of the 'ol
&c. The will make a puny Tyler has written a letter to Caldrron de la your peacevit cry
well thunder.
Governor has been defeated because a large Fine!-So 'cornea. might as reserve hers la
.atlT- Declination.Tke effort but in our opinion they cannot" even BarcH, the Spanish Minister, soliciting his aiar-t en comes'
produce a ripple in the great ocean of poli intercession for the release of all the Cuban poition of his ?w party-stood aloof from the: rnsh-thecurse of'sturdy manhood, and comparing the American with the Spanishr

Newark Daily Advertiser has a letterfrom tics. prisoners. Mr. Tyler if a sacrificewere I him, and ma'ny cast th Votes for his oppo- the wild cry of-fearful woman; Then came Navy, it says:
Genoa, stating that the Mississippi ays the of and the
arrived waving plumes heavy
wanting to deter from the commission tramp "The Armada and its fate a. fair
in nent, on account of the failure of the Whig are Ja.'DpIe
at Spezza, Sardinia' the 20th nIt of armed the
on DEATH or A PROMINENT CITIZEN.-We' of a similar offence, it has been offered i soldiery- insurgents were dis of the utmost Spain 'can effect in the
having been nine days in making the candidate,to take a properly national .posi The of the .
voyage are pained to announce the sudden death of up. The vengence of a great State persed. fo\vl on ventures of naval contest. Nor is the mill-.
from Constantinople, whence she sailed on one of our oldest and wealthiest citizens- has fallen terribly and fatally, and to restore tion of the compromise question. He, has their mutilated boie and th $)bone are tary arm as potent as at the era when Span
the llth. When the exiles ;
came on John Euders sr. esq. This sad occurrence the small number now in custody to their been defeated, and because the true senti- still bleaching crossways andin the .ish infantry was the dread of Europe." TheZ.
the Mississippi they were received by Mr. took place yesterday afternoon, about ,4 o1 and homes, would speak a more ef open fields! The same breezes l oses
fends ment of Pennsylvania-the sentiment the army, previous to the late exportation
the Unit d States Minister *
at out the folds of national l banner
clock. Mr. Enders was overlooking tale than would ever issue from the gorgeous our ,
of to Cuba consisted of
stantinople. Kowmth's wife and three patriotic masses ofjhat State-has been in troops 1 ,..
sons the and flings the sound of our martial music !
work some large warehouses, which dungeon or Rep. on
upon ibbet.-Sv. and embodied all of worthless
were with him. The letter states that after favor of, preservative not Jestrnctive the glad sunlight," 'over the where manner Knft
were being built for him on the dock, and principles sweeps spot 'I i the .
taking in naval stores from the. naval depot A in Boston had attack of those BLACKS who''died including gens farmeriespr militarypo.
a severe NOBLE the
for this purpose was assending, by means ofa negro of the Union, of which feeling'tb: : dogs I lice .ami calculatlon'woold ,
At Spezzia the Miwiippi would sail di.reedy ladder, to the third story of one of-the houses rheumatism, which finally settled in his death,' though worthy of a better fate, leep ; perhaps .oatter -
for the United States and wonld arrive when a round broke he fell through foot. He bathed it,, and rubbed it, and Whigs, entertain,their. .ful share. and have in their unregarded infamy. The f who only were we to set down the actual military-
before the end of October. If this and lion force of the monarchy;'at,home and abroad.
information three hatchways to the striking his swathed it, but al to no purpose. Finally, nobly displayed referred wanted success to crownthem with glory! '
is correct, Couth*will not stop at : temple violentl% in the fall. He tearing away bandages, he stuck it out,' to. All honor to Pennsylvania Whigs !- Their blood will call for vengeance. A dayit much within the limit 'we have named for "

Portsmoaiii, but,will first' land at New York.AtSpezzianone i only about u -Richmond survive Whg. and with a shake of his fist,.over, it, ex- They have chosen defeat-they haryi ld-- 'may not be far off is coming'when a the domestic establishment.'' Add .to.bonds these.considerations ?*
tbe fact
of the 3o4 Government
al. '
passengers were claimed. "Ache away, den,pie" fpler. ache stern and retributive.power will assume the ;
lowed landowing to the quarantine regulation AN ENORMOUS CUBAGE.-A tailor'luring; away. I shan't do nuffin. more' yet, dis ded. _up the spoils I which'. ire" so tempting to swoid and the balance."' are the capital tock of speculators,'

*;,.. & at Middleton,'near Ma bester, cut out of a chile ken start', it,as long as, you ken; so party iinionither.tliai peril the interestsof and that, the national obligations are so'onorpus -

t ,--- Spanish cloak sufficient to make a completesuit ache away!" : their. country. Mark'.the.contrast. In as to require the 'permission of the.i
DEATH:or A REVOLUTION SOITUER. for three of bin 'waistcoat for a From'x ,.. English broker before a decIaralfonTof war,
rb.\CbarJuwnCourier; of the 21st inst. boSH, Massachusetts canvass is now pending for By a late, arrival at Nev Orleans from be issued, and we severarsenous ;
fourth, a cap for a polka jacket for The New Orleans Bee learns from a private can bare; '
f say*:-The., Greenville' Mountaineer says his wife, and a pair of gaiters for 'himself! letter from Hav na;that Juan Castanedotbe State officers in which'..thenominees' of 'd e'Deiocr Galveston, we learn that Gen. Harneycwith obstacles to hostilities.1: '

>..that coldier the funeral of the ceremonies Revolution of who William died in Grant August ,. This is .tbe-larget cabbage on record-! person who 'captured .Gen. Lopez-, t c pary so called, Were notorious two .companies 'of mounted Infantry has In regard(to"; English; and,French'intarfer.;

last, took place near Pendleton, on the Punch was 'assasinated the somE days ago, while tra main boy.' of.tbat' partyin left 'Sa'n'l Antonio: 'for the, Indian .treaty enc I, to aid Spain, the. lieu*:thinks that
.a4., A large number of veiling in .. of Cub coalition with 'the free-soileri-thi 'fame each:Government bas too math to' do and
persons jSft .m- DEATH OF J'CLRGTHAl..We regret to i. 1 :-i:- ground-on :line "San $abo.- we 'believe,
bled.and neveJ in prncrsiiion to the grave, learn that tbe Cornelius of r UTICA October coalition'which'aftef"a")long'effort' 'Interests stake to
triumphed .
undercommand of the -. 25il-G rrit Smith has where large"numbers -of the eavagel -are tomanj' ,en j ,ja.any ;
General '
Garvin as "Mar- Baltimore Annual Conference, died on, issued an'address rty ja also! ,in sending'Surnner to'ur national coanci. ,, such quarrel. .t
party said be
of the 1o : ,
hal llichlaod congregating
day.The A0hz.
Artillery 8th insi. in 28 which he tell blacks :.. --
county aged to kill the whites .
SL'Mary's years .. There is .
fired thirteen minute, tbe ; ,evidence that the'"uni t .
corps guns over the He the St. every : sfewlaysiincefor : :
was on Mary's circuit, He calls Webster and Cass .mur. .. Gen.,Smithjeit: ; San Antonio ; : Blectien' Retana. .
.Crave afterwbkh'suitable'addressee were and occupied ahigh hrthe denomination ted Democracy will:itandup: {d ,the spoils .
position : .
;' the Clear Fork of the'Brazos. It CncINruvx Qct 19. The ,Oo .&aalsj
delivered b .,Jajo'' m. and ,Cot _. :
K'Easley ; *
to which be was attached. for learn f platform and carry ,iRtotbe'o ce Jhe( obnoxiousjmen -:
4iL.LOtri : : ; MOBILE i is stated'that be will establish a" chain of stands Whigs; and 24 mocrat5- *'
iog'and eminent'piely. '
Mr; Giant was Born in'VjfgimA,but ,Cct.25- ,.., whVarej'.far worse .than-Gov.. po ts.ab which 'the- i 'being beat'from o1wbichObs4.
was The yellow fever_ has made,its appearance Joh'nson : ;, ( .InthanswnU: be.:required tricts yet..to, : 1
for have
brought thi. Stale>heni chilJ his "La Cronica," the Spanish they unblashingly.begun
a by :
paper says .in our city; and causes much alarm. torernain.-, J. will probably elect: a Fre..SoiJcrf '
who settled District 'Tbe recall of Mr;:'Owens at.:this time the cootet with the
parent, in'-Spartanbiirs; The Board of Heal promise and pledge, of
the He entered the i is the President of b"a'e met and report 'The San -Antonio! Led er states'thaUhebouse other 'Democrat The' House:.stands i UVbis359 ;
near Cowpens.' army at palpable retrction, by ed the disease as'nut>n the increse but advise abolition support,wh4e) Johusononly l eought '
to the Tank of Lieutenant (he declarationscontained in ;, '' ; peiaocra'tsj d'"f Tree-Soitf|
an early are, rose hi' proclamation all strangers stay a -' it after'his-jioinination.i In of George Rby eCnear jibe ciboltfSprings"was'.broken .i :
0 And *erved,through the war.? He was in the ,.and an almost oen'approvl of the way | there 'Mwc st i : ,' lt robbed districtirjet to hear from : -/: *
bstti of t6 he committed in adv 1 ,\vas;.a double iheLegislatUre open ;ontbe3th
Cowpens; which'place 'pilot- outrage n- Remember this: Np man ; fsb itifn tittnrns to&Gorerwr ,
. "UI' The official ,!Wsjj J
jed Gee Morgan' and also f in the battles.,of turer from New Orleans. Melancholy isthe his newspaper' without! : .behind' the' ;to.fl offices'f had ult., and that German) was broially : :
tUford condition of this It cannot falling murdered on the Calaveras ; Canb11 katflil, omatics han, ..b.CD'rete1ea. *, ?*,?1
Bladcstoek;* and King's Mountain, government age I which.he. lives; ,I you cotfi been. no, electon by .tbe'people", .after i near, <
facides other of feu importance. He movd undertake a"ingf"act of, apparent"justice suit your interests take good"newspaper.. wards: \ '7. ff. ': .Soif: Democraim1'< -- '..rahcbo' feVdays since. .. Wood; eDmcindIdntJOTGOYU -
t. JPendletorr about 1788, and'resided in without greatly over-balancing' it by, another If you r duty-td( your': family < J Convention, i nor, should tiavethewnr1io of i iez tin
tbt Ditriaptil hu.'d tb.wbithtook'piace. act or principal of. injustice 'abhored 'by or;countryiake a good newspaper. #ben the.same scene was repeated.,* -Who VVildCat ,anct-bis .colOny of Indians'and them'as Lathe othet.coontie8: IUjOJ\,(
; H
.altet" bsttinedbisQtbye, ..:' the most.anpnneiplet. .nation. 'ThepeacC' i 'will say that:the- Whigs'"of 'Pennsylvania i negroes':on .the' ,western.::side :of.tH... Rio" ty in.the Stata.will not fall short of 20,090.'

0 't'A'tW..V: of the pass if The citizens, of84n Austinei.cotzny1 ,have not acted naiWyi'when' compared, ritbthe'bemocratsbf'tbeaame'Statiit' G ade.-'are:said to,bav jotrie ,thVUextcah'troops' : ; -, ". .
of a'pretty t ,
Two the .
th'd .
a1\ierBisbDpa'ol.th 1f guch actions could be Texas, are making subscriptions for the purpose '' i ,lately i LiettCr) pubUsbldTo ..tIIl.Norfolk.r '
: ( 6taybned\bppos5tiBjEagi. Pass .
irt Chttfcltiare ,
Epicopal: .Jyngerj'JlJ' ; clearing out the Angelina" 1-- *
river. v -
Mr.Fimore'getiit l round.I ." ..o j" aqdj proceededto ; front an .officer,on board lhtMarseille :Mi* r a
iritbrbttt feiWe nope* of':tecorer/ Bllbop'S" *-* : H .r n i L---- : $ Cago, in order |to .

invpwefiteft, by V correspondent \ ue'itld.tbt"tb, sheriff' oft Sao !f'So here J am.( t\veQ.two'tailor*,1 said :rljYi IkPji.9! case tt,theratiflcationof. ;: :; oppose.the reo ltlon l'1? rt1.. Tbe) San s' that'K- .'. -; .thm51hsptnJ9i .ift twt''

rift w (A4vocd, M Very' weak"bat fr ncfS Mui. aesied.two of*the a beal"al a.pubhictable, where a, couple'of' the.nccsitution'by,tho people ofiTIcith4 ) ;htoBb fL iigtrv4a !tbat* d:1i"'ilif : c! \{ d. p' .!'-If. tQ

_bW and slffipld'la l manners, ac-' negroes WilCat, one- whomis.\Gotd r,were seated; ,..who ha juet'beegun .returns_ ,cf eie tIit ftlreadj l ?TC1y'4 -re.ns ii ''. :,1\ n ety ,r
1 biacaj
i buiinee for ibemselves '. p -.I. seqieneeifIJ3
i "ptim5ti re'pattern bfMetbo4ii Jpno&,J : leave : ; I" '.iJ, '
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&*BW Op'IfeoliVeHi Very"fee wa* freed by,treaty stipulations., Wild Cat ;' !' :r'-was the ply'swe art: uew.Jie. :,,n u in.\,;BlctmonvikplaCe J ; b-. !; ,ttitud.asaumedby;:: ,someiof ,1ftGdcomit) !theUnited t_ ; .'t 01

;. h e,tat ,.. jizn." i is much'exajpetatw, and jt.is ginnertand; only, .aaord:to.j ikepO: anJnt Jot1,"GoVernbrY .14., .Gorernbr, .Cat'.tribe.-.- Th..*mst> of_Gopher to ; & 'GMTt i.)!r fIt

'tti4mJ I' I --: that'th!l negrjfc7. will.;, apPebendN goose.tietween. &' 1f1t 'J't Attorneyaeuera'ad), bath bow 3?olVtb'* John, and .tItIiI runaway"-r4e rba(Eagftt ,&-:-Itway C."# fL "Ti'I- '.,

ToiiA : -UigtiurTgke'ftpeefa.hl i'b$4.3 '! ,. .. 'y' : L.y ; Legislature! bo the 8th day-oiDec'tpb'er n..iTbesutsof'tbe V' >' i"' s.i MC :: H aA "..J ..tJ.t < to..jj.
1 Im' Pais baTi Z.t1'4 i h
ipotted'partxjl t J \,\ teamoa. ithe e1atdjp t.1' oi'V .rnbeoitho' It* *'V*H. .-f* k. 1 ******V5 J** -'" **'*' *H 'r
.the lineo i" ;;thelipen ii" wbo'Wu4; 'ro1 f f,fn : tlver m waitstifl slijet Lgtls, 'nrl 'ft.,&To)tIscJ ..nl .eplCPC., 'TheaC IUn1ted I 'l ot ,

: may b4.) W8hedrand 4the ..pots.siflayyearwhhozt 'I love, aon'd'wo' ,fabJon> feref' l1ge. at)4'ten/,W" her J' .. tttrefo8treIectednnftVthea6JaCbniUta t ;' tI. D'. negrots are:now confined in. ;the.Americaacamp' :for. the liVDectfflbw the atufl 0 u14

i injuring"the linen.. :. I able to v '*w take ardent' : Y-spirits.;. o/T/ ;" i then be'vacated. $ take, a iSoutherb pas saje, '"

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1fu&ke ibis ci,1&wiay1ima .ti r7 t.' I" c t.I r'fitJ_. :... eAtuM'EN ,. t
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:w.1Iaaaer reaasoes the editori&1 t ;.ii.ul sV ht '' ;t1ri :1 nttl't.flIIt".! A"'N1). --1-, !' t7pbkh'. so recently-vacated LOufrgrettanigwith si AnnBon GEJrEJU.L COlunSSI03' lttmRCHAJn';\ nb&einteaerat t.that this HonMw&l wall 't MyYL )0 I, t.I-doJOO..J. ,1 ; "" ;
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aged one t* *nd ll.on1U. o1ia ettJ.A9
the one eqnaJled'i by oar '... 1 :, {VmiT b m4)TeOmori. 1Str.Uf1 ;, comjf etet and prepared totthereeepf Boarder ;RtEaUerv ._iiDo 4uldfor37tWXXrYlH&defeadantland : ..rDctnJdapetJsm.
Mr jaeJsCvT_ jg t ,; b r-th tJ"flrrt1d*'of :,tobef"neirtatlngaboc ; .
fl ibe.other i aQ,Other interested
: i.tiont e return *! u : f arfi iIdei.
for reasons purely personal . ., ..__ 1 ll' : :: l.L..A_ .._ .. rt H"L.,. ,,L five hundred CMS front;with pluses front :JL-;:hereby notified of the eommencemenfof I 111. n. Con l&atio..o tJ'\t! -
retires I .i tee
1i&iden his ," MAn/.1UtAXUOU.t -.S ...l\'J'_ .' ,, lOHN'BOSTONJ. mo.. 'jous B. OtaBy.S and eat,making-it as comfortable u* .y.1IeflseIn unit by Attachment retnmable to the"fiext! Mtrooomy.fibedbe5e1enee fir j at. .;
Mr i1t '
resumes .
.etfw : Alexander I t. ;J.f-: ; _1' ,- .:.' ,." tt s South; and will be aMe'toaew>mm6dat ,i of said CenrVand hereby t0aired,to -
S4-C VQVueT an J "tf.lI tio-Thetrlelty Cbimyadteyr
'. ,on, merecauMba1ieen&dbiI 'TI e'N-..-.. ".... lives between the hq1 of _, '" ore one hundred"in4 Imy persons :8.,..uld aDd plead to the declaration. 4W therein : } ..I ; -
interest'to do so.; ,It'will" he.,re- 10 A..il.,and 4 P.ALj on Sundays and Wednes -E; : particularly,to those visiting the South l'I lag to law.' ?U f SMITH& TerJDj 'A1'PWf"IVC

ma4e the following rein days jind.wiU be closed""hereafter ori:Monl1al-&nd. -.71)100R.Er'.1'Co.- '.' ". ,;- for t ealtk,' and the beueAtof our deligStfol climate I. J ulj2l augTgnir'r ', Pigs.. 1Iefl 11Appetatustliat .i 4/trlt1t.t ial
reed that-nffe. ; Tboradaynfgat at 9 o'clock ';.*" ;" ).a"E, 1\.1' 'E.R'A:. T'k t.. .}., he 1 is had aaeye to their 'especial comfort and : (r"TT svZ. taptrio
** ark. July when Mr/Alexandcf! retired, i The o.thern an4.Western,Jlall 'aw/die; : has ade). urrangemen\atomateaUwho may Int. **tera Clrcntt Couzt,1or1da,: mental iQiutiii ivo.ia all the uitbpcbeof

10 tWi.take' tind-Sayi more-an affec- Tuesday and Frida,morniagiby I oVlock.AAe .: .;. OOMHISSIOrT-ECEROHAnTB- AND a eat!. comfortable and well eared for. : ,- -: :' County ,tDnval.S Natural P1 !,:' The sum of tree thoneand
Southern JaaO'by fttgftnflHTftt) trlllZ be ; : will be under the superintendence of doQan ha*recently Men expended.irtLjintLi.eoetr .
of him hoping that he ; .d difs. :: i Robert Habenhanifc Soa; 1 'etitIonfoi Fore-
1ca *leave ; may closed hereafter at II o'clock. A.:'MlindUhe: "' giJm: ovm a lady of ,much experience. by .L .' .Petitionersclosure'ut1Iort- ;aa4 III I..an4aad il e
:;_ l ;fttam and again resume his duties Western by;stage) at3 'c1oekP..1\I.. ,.QSun. tSmetts'. agir Warenoo, ;.> T-: he natter himself he shall not be out- -"., ;- ..gagefl3'CflOu&l purchase of new apparatn*. adapted to.
with UL1sv.Beizb.9thtdt.. davs and Wednesdays., ; Z\9iBay-Slneti; t f'T "&i,1Uta4i by any House the South. And in view Jacob Cole", Defendants J. eat.advanced staU of the Fhvaeal Sei.'
'* ) to- The Port Office will,be ,open. on,JSnnday of this fact the subscriber..has determined that IT appesringwth.asfaet1orof property the Court ; i3nN'AT1o)4. *..whf .

The Washington' Republic has received I only one HOUR'BAer the arrival juid. ''assortinz E.Jf.MDoui ; :1L\JWS' : his IxcrUon*to merit the patronage which"shall 1. that the;said"defendant'resides without the ( Ot W1 a7 d '.TifJit
of the Northern,Maik.--- tfestowel npon him, shall be withoat regard to *
Information/from' friend at' Havana, that! y.Octobcrlst.l85L..4 n '* t' OckS.1.tC.. ilkupeu8:;"."u obl. .- c" -. ,", : tde-9r r1da.0 wit in tb<.of Califor the mtmbcTS of iae class are tartfttlrt exinjSn.dt
.. "v :" : nia. Thercfiri on otio ofJ..McRohertEaker; and at the close of the year,to-aU the stadii *ef
&& Captain'General will recommend the ; -. .Joseph S.' Bclkei'lYLPRAC'trrrONER : ; nc6 ThsTsflnbssse'8tage, ijeueyjc ai \this Esq.; ,Attorney for the petitioner* *- *. the year.inihe preesoc.oaCsolu... &M
; 1\IARINE.N.S.: T -IT IS ORDERED,that the saIddtendint do Trustees etlo
Govemnenthe liberation the 't. ;, OF'}iEDICtNlMID. IT ; attai.mentt-art cenmuaicarted
.h : SAMUEL : *
$pui I > BUFFWGTON ] appear and answer the said TeHtton:. the tGthe Board otTtus&ees.u:
'r JLmerieaix captives. A- / PORT< OF..rJ ACKSO VILtE. .;;. ., ,IWn E ? U ;'! ,'::: : SJept. 18,1851j6m.PROPRIETOR.. .- < time prescribed by law,or that 'udgemenrb7de T 'REUGI6tSS ',. 'rJp.",;11
Offi otz tht thrnio.raTkdwsd ( fault will betenJered against him ;" m
,This person' bis visited the prisoners at ,ArI1ycd.. ..< i ";Forsytht ? Iiofiir&'hei ordered that "eopy'ef this order In addition r" /'* io"daily-"' -'morning>=y and- *>evemafpny< fcvi MR
Hzrana' tad gonad them well treated. To, 1.' Oct 21 C" .-Briff' Mary Annt.\1eanlftf:y29.lBr'Brjg : lrut!,_CJppo (t Tt!ct. y,-NOtic .', r.w !- be pHblishedio some newspaper published .ibis er,"divine worship is held twicea every'i .JACUOJlYI .Fu-;: X MONTHS afterdate I,w31 presnt'iD'jao.count Circtdt'once e eYery two'weeks for fonrmbnthav an
in observation made by the visitor that, on .Mount.... .- crHallN;_- ; Y., Cet.16, ,"".. I. -- .-,- ;.. :." ..,,tr. L as the Administrator oa the E late. of months.tfTHO...DOUGLAS,Jodze&e. '. ia tha Greek;Tertaaent.:iAt fbi invest ,of kitf

their return-to the United States.they would .Cleared., .r. Jos lua Hogans, deeeaspd the llon.'JudpiJf JacksonvIle.August 8, 1851.; 4m. .A parent or guardian,a student iapjermiUedM. attend -
I' Frc ate for Columbia'coDDtyandaak for a.final any place Of worship whleli tt..rpa.renforpardWimayIeeC b.
te treated JB i e &e Prodigal Son one of the 0ci29.-Brig Mary Ann, Means. Boston,, "Boardlrig.S set: ement and allowance of the same,and of my In the Eastern Circuit Coart!for ColamSarahEdwardXT o.'Iet'.r

Oct3Q.-Sen Madagascar. Boosey.N Y, T SUB RIBER is'prepaid i o"J'c 3 o- di large from. the administration of said estate. "b1.'oant.T.-, the Faculty wiUaUei>d.at taabief(tta4B&rrat
; prisoners replied: ?-- ."-". .' .-- -.1.... .-_:' _... ; date' a number of Boarders,' at his recently .KSTHliR HOGANS.' 1&1L: : ''INct's RY :; : J place of worship (Prerf>vterian.'X'p paUu.

We. have experienced all the Prodigal erected 'resiieQcon'. Northwest,part of the "- t Administrator. j-5-- '.. and.1IethO..1it) in the village and note a.
:Jacksqnyill&Prices.QpffentrReported town the location of which is known tube highly LigstorOct.2,1851.6mL sifc; lInt for'tliree.--* tees".r .1..".
6on did, except the 'riotous living., -> faiorabk to health 4Ii comfort from its elevation. Moses G. Edwards.) Two, aJ least, of the PrrrfesaoM .;ttiir.

? Monthly for tbe Republican try The.HOUSE is just complele&"the sleopine and j cksOnTille':Female :Institute.. appearing to-the satisfaction -of th&Court families will reside in tli ..CeUeffBb iiyaa4

Tbe brigs Rescue and Advance now un- Her. Alop Vk Dou' ; other apartments being spacious.and well flinched. i' -'-> "' 3. that the Defendant,Moe,-EdwardJ"zIIidOI will boardat a common table, with the.keU.

Icier ta laws the naral service of ,as it respects plastering&0: llISS P. B'W'ART'XNSTnUCTRESS. beyond the limits of the Sttte of Florida; ', who are required to occupy inebtvomf. 1aa1'h
regulating u .The farnitnre of the Hous is also entirely new --v-..,,' ." 0 ., ", --- Sir On motion of Solicitor for Complainant, It It- I assigned th a b/4be fiuealtyf? T .'
"the United have been delivered C. 123sl being just received from New York.- ." -, .. ., .,- .. "" AmUgsIOY!
States up to.Mr. 'I' Beeswaxpr1b1S& 20' Linseed SI 12 '- ordered that the said Defendant atx ar. 'blead ------ ---_.-
of this be
HE exercises Institation will
::Hnrar' GanrxEiL their owner to be Batter pr lb 22 t 25 Provisions: Pork -, Arrangement with bare been made to supply the table umedGn TI1E FIaST.40NiIAY IN re- answer;or dertu-,to the said.11W withia ,three In order to admission to'p Ihe eBtiteoars .
Cotton ( ample and excellent fare, .and good servants (3)months,or the same will be take as confessed.
Mess bbl'
$V 18 a student mast be at least fourteen
pr : The of oCr
in this
a( HER course Instruction yean
placed iai the Atlantic Dock, Brooklyn. It Coffee rio pr Ib 11 fc I2| Prime do $16 k 16 50 of have been employed. to attend to the comfort sob ul is designed to be thorough, systematic,and And that a. copy of this order be published in miutgire satisfactory cvi4ene \ f rc edflnarml
is the intention of Mr. Grinnell Corn pr bus 90 k 100 Beef mess do $13 guests. naive the lower brao- some public newspaper of the Eastern'Circuit ol( character;and must sustain t..ssioisLioila the
not to ext embracing higher
apply ,1shaJ.lspare no pain to render House in All Florida for the of three months-' "" "" *
Candles Ib my ft'
pr IIams pr Ib 12fcI4Adamantine ,Education with space following stpdict,vit: 't- !***
che of English ;together the
these teasels to any commercial purpose forthe 33 k 37} Sonlden do 11 k 12J respects pleasant to those who make it their home Pre ch language an Drawing and Painting. t' : '.THO.DOUGLA3Judgekc. -Arithmetic Elements of ;Algebra Latot *ad
Eggs pr dOl 13fc Sides 14fcl5 and respectfully invite a call from citizens who 1.. L.a A true copy. Greek Grammar, ,Jacob ror.iJ.cJ).'
bat to keep them in readiness wish J iss S. having had much experience in teaching *.Greek
present, I Flour pr bbl Potatoes pr bus permanent Board or strangers who may ,so rill endeavor(o bring the best available means Test. Reader,and the first two" book,of Xenopbou's

subject to the order of the Government in : 'Gene ce $5.iO. 600 Irish $1 Z'J *. journ in our hospitable' clime daring the winter inti requisition to promote the welfare of her Pupils S. SCA&BOEOCCB Clerk., Anabasiu,Jacob's Doering'i Latin Reader,1 f al-

it should be Hay pr 100 Ibg 87$* 100 Sweet 75* months W. D. WARD. both moral, and intellectuaL -And that theyma ,, .July 31;1831. -- lat or C.i** ,Cieero'. Select OntiaM anj Tir-
case disposed to renew the I HidLs pr Ib 78 Poultry N. HI hare since the erection of my House, realise the extent of the advantages offered ,gil, or what hall be-deemed eqoiTafci*.2 *13
Much for Sir JOHN FRASTJJN in tbe spring. Iron prlb- 45 Chickens 12i13| furnished it with convenient Bath-Establish it i desirable that those who intend entering.;this State of Florida, Southern Circuit, Moii- EXPENSE.-
: fft
eocnt- ,
Lardprlb 12J Turkeys 75100 ment, which is always copiously supplied with Ins tution,should do so as early as possible-after roe. :

.tram the Savannah Republican Lime pr bbl 20U Rice prlb s>tl t 5 water and the neceisary conveniences for bathing the opening of the tichpoL ,_ ,Edwin D. Gnynn, 7 ,, Ennn(1t FE-Ilthutcadftha.F, h -
Lumber pr M Salt pr sack I should add also that my house is a regular 1 he Scholastic year is designed to consist of vs. > man,five dollars; if as"&& ..,tea.llm j;

We received, by brig Gidnare at Charleston I 1st quality $12& 14 Liverpool grd stopping-place for the Stage to and Item .West for Sessions;rof eleven weeks each, and no.Pupil ,Ann E..Gnynn, j : if a" Junior, fifteen dollars.; 'and,""if' u, senior.
the subjoined note from Mr. Owen. i 2d do 610 [$l37&1503d and Middle Florida. being upon one of the principle car be received toilet time than..out Session, nor EzLLu CBASCEET DI\tIcF. o : twenty do'Jari. _, '*-
with do 310 4 55 streets leading immediately to the Western von ,ROEK .AT I 'M eS1n-t1 .
We comply what we suppose to be !. Soap prlb cat any deduction be made for absence, except in I" CU.b11EtS. I ', ,.
his wish its with Liquors pr gal Shingles pr H $3 i:4 Ou road. W. D. W. casjs I of protracted illness.COURSE Tuition, $2100: 't1 OJ
( publication) pleasure and ', NEKnm 2333 Sugar pr ID 610 J acksonTille, Oft. 9, 1851. tf. .I T appearing to the' satisfaction! of the Court fl.oowrent, 4 004 U)
we doubt not the public will accord to him Gin 35 33 Tobacco pr Ib OFSTUDY.. that the said bill ha been Cle.l, arid by due Incidental cspf SeSoJ 001 00

;1heJa.Yci he asks: Whiskey 30 35 Manufactured*50 Notice to Passengers. lit Cuss. Spelling, Reading..Writing: Defining iroof that the said Ann E: Guvnn. resides out of Via LibrarvV 2.75 75

HAVANA. Molasses pr gal 30*37& Tallow pr Ib 8* FROM SAVASSfAII TO 1-Al.ATKA. and Arithmetic, per session -.- ; 94 00 this State, to wit: at Spanish Wells one of- the Janitor'Wage* ; ,ia>;' |, 100
20, 1851. Nailsprlb 46 2d CLASS. Exercises in ,Composition,Aritb- Jahanfi Islands; it is ordered that the said Ann F:I for Oratory and Rect- .. _"
To the Editor tf the Savannah Republican: Oil pr galSperm S Via Darien, Brunswick St. Martfi Jackson- me ic. Geography, Grammar, the Element of E. Gnynn appear, and plcai l answer or defend Nation room, "' '1 M' r 30

GEMTLTHCX have no official information $1 123 vtlle, Black Creek, and Picolata. .Hi. ory, tc., per session - - $5 00 : against said bill,on or before the first)lonlayia Fuel is aforded to the rtixknlS at eoat.) A stna
_ NOTemhernext. Jn defaalt! of which nid equal to the probable cost is adraneed'by.esjeh
-- .. appearancethe
of recall but the fact is -- TO LEAVE TnraSDAT, OCT..AT4o'CLOCItP.M. Arithmetic Ancient
my announcedin j 3d CLASS. ,Geography, and said bill will be taken prncsKj'mo against student; iCe is'coniuracd it is charged to bin
the papers of New Orleans and New Mount Alban Institute. THE new -and superior fast steam Moflern History, Natural Moral and Intellectual her,provided that a copy of this order be nab -jjless, the balance is refunded. ." *-

"York. I most request that you will do me INSTITUTION i*very pleasantly situ .-- "packet MAG.\OLlAPMcNEi.TT, Ph 'osophy, R he tone, &e per session $6 00 ished in some public newspaper cT t!.h tate for Board id fUrnished with the fcmIHe of the ffesor -
the favor to. ask that the public shall not THIS on the Georgetown Heights;.the prospect Master,will leave as above and.con In additional charge "will be made for theFricb the apace of six months. betore the I.id first )I<:- at two dollar per week. :* Vs4'>
tinue to leavo TncRSiuy.
Judge me till they shall hear me fully. I from it embracing the city of Washington, erery Kctnroing. will Language, Drawing and P-intlng. day in November, or provided tjj if a copy of Washing at the usual rate4 ,f ..If#
from the Potomac for some miles and the town of Al leave Palatka every Saturday morning at 8 o Vlock, I Jo meet the contingent expenses, of the teach- said bill,and of this erdirr. rfmli be personally Alidad are payable in advance. ..Th Teltiosju
.sk nothing their mercy; bat I hare a and leave Jacksonville same evening at 9 o'clock. r.ithe school &e. it is desirable that remitted all
exandria. It is designed to extend to a limited payment served upon or delivered to her,thesb'? U hereby on application to utojents dexirn-
right to justice. number of boys, the benefit of a good practical For freight passage, having splendid accommodations be'made before the dose of the Session;for which ordered to appear and plead, aer, or defend e J for tbs Jrmlstry. --

\cry respectfally,&c., Christian education. It seeks to combine the advantages state rooms &c., apply on board .or hetPnpilis entered. against said bill, on the f-t rule diy after three; The tuition fee for ModentLaagnage* wiD .

A. F. Owx ., of thorough academical instruction with to FERNANDEZ, BISBEE& CO., Applications for admission may be made to months after the said sore or deHrt-rr,in default eight dollars per session,to 1IepaL.1 to I lusts "
: the proper discipline of a Christian home. Agents Jacksonville, or Mefsra, J M Daniel, A M Reed,Dr H D Holland, whereof, the said bill will be Uk-n'pro eon'esso tor Sn advance. "
The M.A COHEN,Agent Savannah.. Rev I Swart or to the Teacher, herself. her at Ian mentioned rule day. '
next regular Session will begin Nov. 1st. against
FATAL Amur IN GEO&Gu.-An For students who do not detirn, to prattiHt&e
CO Freight
affray payable by shippers.
Jacksonville 11 1S1. tf.
who for any cause desire an earlier admission ,
whole Count
I aqprr a-awviia,
Oct. I 1851. oct9. tf. requand lIlT a -
occurred at East Point,about six miles from may confer with the Hector. Application I -- Judge, Sontheni Circuit' ted range of ttmdit ixfunnshetf, adapted tit
I for admission of pupils, or for further information Sheriff's Sale. I' tate of FlorIa. S
and of tack
the 17th count life
Atlanta, on inst. between a yonng I Notice. West 3 1351. tjihert of. iixLiriduaL sa
j be addressed, Key April .
I I may .VILCexpose to sale to tbe highest bidder in to far at tuch can K reaumably anticipated
nan named LEOXAEB EATCKSCC and THOMAS i l ey. ANTHONY TEN BROECK, I II ALL Subscribers' to the building fond of St. I front of the Court House door, in the town of I CERTIFY the above to be a tree copy from The stadies of this Course are arranged adeftle
j Georgetown, 1). C. Church Jacksonville who are entitled Jacksonville, Duval county, on the first Mondayin file office.
and JOHN COSKEELT in which THOSCAS the original now on in m? following depart meat*,.to wiits :
i REFCKEXCES.-The Bishop of Maryland, and to shares in Reid Church, are requested to September next, at the usual hours of sale the J. M. BUACEWELL. q
received a fatal sttb'in the abdomen and has ; Hugh Itevey Evans L. L. 1)., Baltimore; Hon.E. present their vouchers to Lr.A.6.Baldwin,Treasurer following property to witThat certain half lot Clerk M. C. C. 1st. A>LmiEaL TicAi.pEp.\ T3tt.vr.-.lawbid*

nce died. His brother JOHN was shot t.' Chambers, Kent county, Md. ; Aaron O. of the Building Committee by and before piece or parcel of land, situate lying, and beingIn Key West. April -._ jaly-S. m. dent beginning will be with Arithmetic' ItT and Algebra the Un
the 15th November and ail haying carried 11l. through all tbe
I>aytnn. Esq., Fourth Auditor of the Treasury, nest persons the town of Jacksonville, Duval county,and .
through the breast fat his wounds were DaDa Waahington1"&n.. Lyons, Esq Georgetown; accounts against said Church for materials orlabour. State of Florida, and known and described on the In Circuit Court-Eastern Circuit bgherbranchee of the Mathecoatie ending.ia

fatal. RATT&REX made his XV*. Ifeverhont Thompson, Pittsboro, North Carolina &e.,will also present them a* above specified plan or map of said town, as the west half of lot of Florida their application to Natural Pbiknepj.i Ajtrononiy -
escape CoL Miller A. BALDWIN, number five in number ten with &c'I "J2d.
; Hallowes St. Mary' Geor- square ,together Is E ot-isri
after the fracas, and a reward of three Treas'. Buil'g Com'e, all and singular the uementshereditramentsand 'DEPAEnreyrCotnpmJBr
Prict. 7, 1 51. nov-Gtf. St. Johns.Church. thereto belonging, or'in any wise Adkins, 5 instruction in Orthography,.KeadinJ.tlO.
hundred dollars is offered for his apprehen Oct. 9.-tf. appurtenances Property set forth in mortgageandwill vs. > Em for Divorce. grammar, Writing,Geography History Cea
appertaining. Adkina > position Kbetori ,L<>gie Intellectual
Milly < Philosophy,
of foreclosure
Tax Collector's Sale. be sold to satisfy a judgment
S For Sale. against Elisha Hall and Elizabeth Hall his wife, T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court' :Moral Philosophy, Political Grammar;Story on

eiou.The B VIRTUE of the power vested in me by likely and child f the woman in favor of George Burt. I,that the defendant, MiliyAdkins resides, beyond the Constitution Phlosopby, Ormthefegy,Nata

Newburypoit l Jf01J,of the 30th nit., Law,I shall expose for sale before the CourtHouse A is a good negro cook woman, washer, and ironer;23 yearsof JOHN G. SMITH Sheriff.ByT.N.McCOItMICK the limits of the State of Florida,so that rat Theology, Elenie&u" CriticLsm***- "_:&ad ETjcteg..

contains a list of the vessels lost in the late door in the town of Jacksonville county age. Also, a likely boy about 10 and a girl Dpt. S', the ordinary proceeds can not be served upon her. ees of Christianity
of Duvalon the first Monday in February JS5>, 21. 1m On motion of John C.Hattly-Esq., Solicitor for 8dl- A MrBCATrn DEPk1r1ft1i&lehwill
about 8 of The said July
gale on the coast of Prince.EDw A&DS Island. between the legal hours of sale, the following described years age. negroes are be imparted an acquaintance with all that is
healthyand sold for no fault,the owner wishb; Tbe above sole is until the frt
postponed day
Of the vessels I' property or so much thereof as will pay It is Ordered that a bearing be bad to the fact necessary to qualify youth for the immediate J da-
Newburyport 41 were safe to purchase town in lien of them. 'Term
property of December
ties of the house
the State and County Taxes due thereon for the charged in the complainant's Bill. at the'next counting ;including,
'19 lost, 2 not beard from. The whole number -i( year 1851 and the necessary expenses incident reasonable Oct. 2 lS apply I. at this office. tf. next.FOR SALE. term of the Circuit (cart to be hol.len in and for 1. Ptnnunufiip. .sacriginal and IOpIIl
f thereto, viz: The Steam Saw Mill known as the of Alaehna at Newnansville on the second system of this art, which invariably produces,*>
of vessels lost is 75, aad lives 150. I Empire :Mill bounded as follows North and East A Two 'Story Dwelling House, county Monday in December next, Provided that a old i finished.,peeuIiarl1 adapted to the par.

by Pottsburg creek, South by lands belonging to NEW FALL GOODS. R Q. just completed, conveniently copy of this order be published the law directs poses of the accountant and business man. '
The Washington Correspondent of the John S. Sammis and David L. I'almcr,and West .lb arranged for a large family, with all for the space of three month 2. 'Aritkmeiie-Comprising nnmero *abbreviated .

New York Journal of; Commerce that by the St. John's River; said property purport O.IV. BARTON, necessary oat buildings,*in &pleasant THOMAS DOUGLAS Judge &e. methods ef computing Interest._ .Dueowai,
says, ing to belong Hiram L. French and returnedby part of the Town of Jacksonville. Attachedto A true Test; Equation of Payments& .,and other AIerea tfle
private letters from Georgia state that i in Cureton &Titus. URIAH BOUDEN.. HAVING returned from the North with the premises is a vegetable garden and a Well copy; SAVI-EL \\ BrKSETT, Clerk. calculations founded on per eentage;together wita San

the 'x m5ng Legislature Mr. Toombs will Tax AItB'r & (' D.co. splendid assortment of of excellent water. Titles UDdUputi.ble.ALSO" Xe1l'l1anmna.Sept. 1. l5l.il3m.. such operations as are requisite for a thorough.,

Jacksonville,Fla., Nov. 6,12.>. Sm. FANCY DRY knowledge of the bnsinesg of a counting-room.
be elected to the U. S. Senate in place of S 4ST4PLE GOODS likely young negro woman of good character A Card. 3. Book-kttpiag-8in and Dunbla Entry,by'

Notice. chiefly purchased at auction and from first hands, a good cook washer, and ironer. mIll Subscriber having leased ih well-known tie-most approved method .A complete.eottrw
Judge Berrien, whose term expires on the would respectfully! call the attention of the citizens i house formerly keptby Mr. John 'Clark, of iiiitroction in this branch win be furnishod designed

3d March next THE Subscriber will take five or six more of Jacksonville and the vicinity and invite ALSO Columbia' Fla.containing takes this method of informing tbe citizens of to-fit the student take charge of say_
A valuable plantation in county,
.. His Rooms .
shall be
comfortable.His them to call and examine his goods before purchasing achsonville and vicinity,that b. u now ready to of account books
Table shall be inferior to none for the terms elsewhere, as he flatters himself that he will four hundred indforty-efght acres first boor of the from 7 1th. An AcKicnxcKii Dxrntnrn-Ccm.-
A young man, named CCXKISCHAJI, belonging and every attention paid to the comfort and be able to sell many of his goods cheaper than rate cotton lands, together with the valuable improvements serve o'clock refreshments in the morning at any until lOst night day; he can prising a selection from U1 English uct-Uatke

to a wealthy family of Georgia, who health of his patrons. G. II. SMITH. ever before offered, and now forBar.gains the n.ALSO furnish Lunch at the shortest notice,viz: Cold matical courses and, also ,Surreyingi iJptany,

bad been .Jacksonville, Nov. 6,1551. tf. Ham Beef Tongue,Pigs feet;Tripe, Shrymp, Mineralogy,Geology, Chemistry,and AgrieaU-
confined in the Blockley Asylum, : The following lands in Marion county. Fla., to Sardines. Fish &e.; he ha ha Philadelphia committed- suicide on Thursday Notice.UNDERSIGNED His Stock consists in part of Super Black Italian wit: One Plantation containing six hundred and Wines selected by good judge in New York, and mental lectures. *-
Dress Silk, DoLaines.qf all prices, Plain and forty acres, well improved-on containing- 5th. A ,Civn. E-tantEot DEFAXTXCIT Id
the highest prices fur them and basjhe thinks
last by hanging himself.A mIlE JL partnership for the Practice, having of formed Medicine a Co-, Figured Cashmeres, Parametto Cloths, French hundred and fifty-six,acres with improvements, paid Wines and Liquors of tbe first;quality ;,also Porter which are taught Arithmetic (mental and IIoten
Merinoes, Alanaca Lustres, Ginghams, Col'd andFi'd and one other containing one hundred .and fifty- mental and
and Ale. Gentlemen will pka-call andjudge ,) Algebra ( written) Geometry
offer their professional services to the
respectfully Swiss )Muslins Plain and Fig'd Swiss Cam nine a requisition has been made on Spain, by citizens of Jacksonville and its vicinity. for he.mse1Ye8 and speak of me a*they find me.
J. S. brics,JaconeUs. Check Cambria, Muslin Robes, terms accommodating. ,- No'pains will be to please all who r., meats in the field,)Practical Engineermr Architecture -
the authorites of Cubafor six war steamers, MUltDO'K. MD.' Worked Curtain Muslins, Calicoes, French Hair Apply by 1etterstderapn.t, o, will calL spared S. TYLER.may Perspective draughting and '.Topojr-
R. P. DANIEL M. D. vor me a
Cloth Skirts corded Skirts &o. & and .- So PEJtt
Super 0" .
with 60 heavy Paixhan guns, in anticipation Office on the corner directly North of the Buffing- Jacksonville, OeL2, .11. tf"For phv. j
a large assortment of Woolen Shawls Scarfs, Jacksonville Jane 19, 1351. lawtf. bth. A TEACHEXS Dpnmn-.n. eoaneof

of a war with the United States. Oct. 30, 1851. son House. 3m. &. :Sale. study'will eonsut of a jadictons selection of
ALSO Notice. nbjecu from the other department, including
second hand HOLLER GIN, to-S
The frigate Gantimala had arrived at Vigo JOSEPH nODE Super French Elk Broad Cloth. Fancy Cassi- WITHIN terms of the Statute in such ram I itt c.A GOOD gather with an excellent set of running all the branches pursued in oar common school
1 will the Practical Lectures will also be School
meres, Fauey and plain Kentucky Jeans,Satinett, provided, apply to eta chain. a large given on
Spain, with 116 Cuban prisoners. A court I Cheap Clothing Black and Fancy silk Vesting, White; Red and Hon. Judge of the Circuit Court for the Eastern gear wheel consisting for with frame very good and a smaller wheel Teaching,both a*alCie ee and a*aa art.
Yellow Flannels, Colored Sack Flannels, While Circuit of Florida; for leave to sell the land belonging : same Pupils will not only Unu receive tbe,aQet ia-
had been summoned for their trial. with east iron and shaft for running cotton
prompt ANP to the Estate of William Scott late ol cog strnctions relative to the best and
Angola Flannel, Colored and White Canton Flannels motpopmlrmethodiof
The whole in god order-will be sold
The widow of General EXNA bad also arrived. Dry Goods Store. ..,ice Columbia county deceased. S "' cheap.whipper.'For terms apply tn. .' teaching,bat ttny win Sue hace.t* -
S W.'W.SCOTT, Admiv portunities of exemplifying them,by bearing' recitation
A member of the Cabinet Council at OXE DOOR. EAST OF J,. FUl G.LN'S BAT STREET, Fancy, Goods : :By SMITH & O'BRIEN, 1.UcBOBERT Jacksonville BAKER.E. Fla. in the lower. department,of the laatitatioa. -
.Alty. ,
one of the sessions bad proposed to sell JACKSONVILLE FLA. ladies SuperJJlk,and Col'd Silk Mantillas His Attorney's., Sept.'-' 25 1SiL -" 4t. *v *
just received bU Fall Stock of Fashiona Lace Vei'.s: White and Col'd Sun Bonnets,Laces, Alligator, Sept.6. 1851. 11-tf. 7th. A DETAKTXEXT er MouEmiIn ij&'ittt

Caba .and Porto Rico to England for one HAS Clothing and Dry Goods of all descrip. .Ribbons,.Zephyr Worsteds, &0.. &e., togetherwith Old Metal Wanted. '- which student who wish to tare athoo

hundred and fifty millions of dollars. ions, which he is prepared to sell on reasonable a large assortment of Hosiery, Gloves,Cotton Notice.' r' course can have an opportunity of doing so;'ua1e-
terms for CASEl. lie mentions as in part of his and Woolen Shirts and Drawers, Fine Muslin SIX MONTHS after date I will present the ao- PREPARATORY to eommcncing operations I others whose object may be to arqoire sujkat
stock- and Col'd Chintz Shirts, Marseilles and knotted : of vouchers of William Scott deceased l1 wto..1 wish to pnrfhy knowledge U translate with facility and .:psa.

.Mo&i IxrrRcrssios. meeting was to A large quantity of.Meat and.Bogs Counterpaaoes,"together with a Urge Stockof ;! Administrator- the"Estate of Hickman ,ii'large or small quanti tiej',vld Iron.Coppar noanee with tolerable conecUwja, in a* abort. a,
take deceased,to the Hon.'Judge of Probate ofAlaohua or Brass, for which.'good price* will be riven. for .
be held in Faneuil Hall Boston, to Made Bleached and Brown Sheetings and Shirtings; King time as possible are alaoprovj fed -y
Ready Clothing; Colt' and to discharged from further GEORGE M00NET. instruction wOt 'EliUon
also; 121 wide Bleached Sheeting, and domestic county, Systematic be given !a **--
measures reference to petitioning the Pre- toe*. Ginghams, Cottons, goods of every description.CARPETIWCS. administration of said estate. '. f Jacksonville, E. V.May12.JI. J5.tl' by lectures and ethenAse' ;and freqeeat exertisea >

Bident to"use intercession with the British Cloths Caaimeres, (f wwscoTrAdmror the ? in Declamation aada.Eagiih,(...
lIens Ac. Estate of Wm.Scott, deceased.' ot ce"f be required of all the rt' denta connected with thy.
Government in behalf of Wm. Smith O'Brien, Vestiagf Ingrain'EntryTand'Stair Carpeting,. Carp.4 By SMITH & O'BRIEN hi*. '*,. -S Institutioo. '* .-'S-S-

John-MitcnelTand ihe other; Irishmen banished And Boy Eats Caps, hoots and, Shoes.. Bags,'Boot .'Shoea. and Umbrellas,Ready Made ,51Niwnanstille,Sep ..8,1851. U-6m., SIX MONTHS after'daieTt shall present:my, '.45 rAt.- _
and lit the Hon.Judge oi "
with of vpnehers.
Together a varietj Clothing, &..,&o., : ,
in 1848: FANCY ARTICLES. SAM'LIIOYTco. Probate( Columbia county, for a final setle- --- cJlew.-rk'\e.- 1
JEWELRY: ment a* the Administrator the Estate of Noel. By a late n-orgBaixattoa of this dep HMns'ef
He respectfully invites a call from Town and Silver Gold .
-- --- Patent Lever and Leplne Watches : RauUaon,deceased- -" Delaware College the Beard of Tiarfee lum
'The!. y. Times say thai* young lady Country customer, and assures them that for Ear-rings,Breastpins, finger Rings,Studs Wrist lillll'COllISSIllI t WlLLIAMfRAULISON.; taken measures to place it upon a MT and J..jftw
one'of jhe New York seminaries was recently cheapness and good quality hit goods'are unsurpassed Pins. Gold Pena together with a large assortment ; S :'Administrator.Alligator proftd foundation and toeudow it witJ atnais9'gelpoEsesied
in at the .of the ttiant'i lied Silver Thimble .h .ying'And.8el1ing Of' .
Apply sign of.AAe Gilt and Silvered Jewelry, Apr. 23*,4351. by similar imtIu4ioar bt'thonutry. '
o terrified by one of her companions, Cap Oct #), 1:01: tf: &0., & ..together with Silver Table and Tea EVERY DESCRIPTION 7OF AGRICULi The Academy heretofore atetjei-is

who' ghost the she has1oitberaasoa Spoon.Fork*,,Knives, Butter Knives, &o., &., DKUL\VAHI2. ':ICOLLECB.nnHE : she Colkga, and of tom. mbje-;to :.sJl-ii*
bherillfcI'"WILL Sa1t. \ :TURAL "
&3 *> Instruction' evils which have been found to attend the aaW>
expose to sale'in front of the .Court Country Merchants won.d do well to call.and .j. .!fACHI NEB V. Faculty of this Institution consist of, pm&tjoQ or the two departeratv iff ttr lens

in the town of Jacksonville; oa the first examioe: my Stock as the good will, be sold' to .. ALSO .I" .1.-'uDder its presentorganization to; witiA"profeaaorship baildmK and under theieaOM' government aew'
,, the following named Professorships, .
:TOBACCOrpa ,W u.-Ilis ,said that Monday" in December next, between'the1, usual them as'cheap as they can bay in Savannahs' and French'Btirr MiB- Stones of mental and moral science.. enjoys the privilege of a separate estaUiahiaefeWwithoat
thaakfal to the publio for thepatraaaga Georgia ; these malt from U rehiiea.
Tito Subscriber which
hours of sale;the following described property to losing *
piece of good''strong tobacco (chewed until wits all that tract"situate, lying, and 'win; oa heretofore bestowed upon him,hopes by Colagen Cullin and Bolting Cloths. .Alao every A. professorship" of Jthe- greek"_" and latin language '- to tae College proper. .

it is.saturated "i saliva,and then apflied Old Field branch in Lhival COW1LY,tlorid&j about strict atienlionto business to merit a continuanceof kind Wool of produce Hides North Deer and Sooth and and CASH Fan.mid ,*A' : 'of"'mUhenuUics and natural AJarce.aDdi:1epD1edih. wlthalL the BHt

with a bandage to wounds occasioned two aiile'north: of' Juliogton creek;' bounded the came >; *** < ; *;.-W. BARTON. for ,' Skins Shipping pro&rp sari fi.ttures'ofcomboardig.stsbUsbasnt.

by nails or' other:'won':instrument will re- North,Southeast, and West'by. lands formerly Jacksonville, Sept; &, 1351. 3rn.ERL.jiAitflISoL& HOYT., HAMPTON, BILBO. philosophy A professorsnrp'of,; rWoM and Whs-Iettres.t" has been erected and furnished in which tiw de-
t-- undthi i lime Wloogiag to the estate of Frederick Hartly, dec S -* -vn._ sad aataral his denteef th A ad A
litre Obejuferer.. ,.however'deep and painful aad laads belonging to Nathaniel Hartly,the United References .. S profsorship _. charf the Principal and.hi* 'A HUatffr aaJl
fbey tnay be. Wben it is;r recollected that States and the ert&te'of Joseph Sumnjeran, CO. Motor'ANDEIUW& Co.;,-FRAKKUX&BKATTtrr A'professorship', of eivfl J eriul- in uereise are conducted on cystem eCto

td.'or Ioct-j w is often lad need Jby such dee.;' aid tract containing three hundred and'nf- :' WEBSTER& PALMES Swtrr DKXSIOW & A of modtrnlBguaser aaddraw- own,;.m1enptecl.be interest .ymwmof

wounds IhU *tmpI remedy the efficacy of ty.oor'acres more or led; together with all the :ON .BAY! STREET, .FRONTING'LED-. Co.,Savannah,,Ga.; Wji.'P. MIU.WI- & Co., in profMsonltif L the ether departiuent. Tb faraiSar.. ..
: *improvements thereon erected; and will be/sold I New York; Rnoauu Nouns MasoN&c.ot.n divided into two sessions tady-roon and<.dormitorie .-_
wbtcb is higWy- spoken of, is worthj remembering. to*aUf>aa execution' in favor'of.C,J3."Emory, ,- ,WITWSB1IcKPU114ING; ,.MaM-J F. 13;. Loomis 'ESQ., .New.London, esteems Cofleglat.'yearls of twenty-one weeks each.'The'first with &rreleruee to comfort udcnnvuntimiei.

._ Admr,.,and Rebecca E.Read Adm'x, of the"'estate -. JACKSONVILLE FIXJBJIDA. CU H..S. McCoKBs Eq.,-Wilmiugton, DeL': session oonmraoo on the fourth Wednesday of toubtctnUd.l1o up W beU epareif' fa pro.
of Calvin Read, dee. ,. "* .Savannah Angus 23ti 1351. ept.4-tf riding o spparatsm''seeesesy't* rO1I.tb
i ir --00 ;; October and the second oa the fourth Wednesday
08* at New < ; *ef in rectioa complete;IiriDlr-U. -'
: 'JLiatianj.matc," ,hid/feme. j'ropertjrsetforth infffffifa Sheri E' SUBs nERS_ ieij M1j.: Inform ; of ApriL & Ih.f.followed" l'atntation.t; Academ1 facilitie for piadl s&l and .
.liars .ide. ilteontlnBed their friend and.aoqnaintaneea that they GREAT BARGAiNS! .., five weeks. ",
Qrieaanste 4se i .
Sh'ff. - abU&ftOmlllodatiOU fiiHl eo'
Dep Subscriber his aUention .j a J.e
have established themselvesin. the mercantile mHE wishing devote : : 1. .
cqraisE .
;accoriajjj:to Jhe Advertiser, for thirteen oct:0us1; : '.td. ., Den in thU'plae*, and are now receiving and ',L:\ exclusively to his pr ofession, :'offers'for .''. CL.us.LLi1'1'egaaXaw..h&baai oy:1JsTBUCflO.Fztsna '* tbo.aaglOdedblmsayocoTeegegc1roraiMi.siasts. r5tNS tO tJII 'd.-

hoars;die'rivals being a Frenchman.ot a : .' -- .pnblg'&t. the stand above:named; a fulJ'a8lOl1 eileen aecosmodating'termshIi1sndsand lots Algebra* ;begun;HistOTT.'beritt.r, drab .r the Acsdcs;,enjoy.nsayr4
.Notice. ,, meet, eonsUUng of Or*'Gobd,-Faney Article, adjoining the town Jacksonville with alt theirImprovemeuta. Homer's obtatnal .'
rri 'W;b ri, judgeswere thWHS after date,the'nndersigncd" administrator Groceries, Hard ware.llootiShoes-Uste; Cape.BonueU .- 'There are on.'.these laad.*wo. :XJL,Livy7iiW finikhedrGeejttetry: *
S' .f:Thos Jones Itc. Ao. witb variety,* ''dll strong Chalybeate Springs,which yield a coploutdepodte > =
$1kQ sleep, r-be.Jhe.1. waked of to*Estate ai; ,- every [ of ironTney are UDae4 "'I 't .rt. 11f-( tl'r--'T .kfaBsseproeniywitb1a" : IJ
Florida Storey. "
tA1a@O& c tySf.&f.e".of Bsually kept .In a Dry goods .
k".4.1&te tBrighton the -ID:11DTe .1Ko Dtr .0diIIey. ,may be admitted to nests in any e't..ielassee. -' .iI'
up ba the. Eornin thfy/onnd.thiFrencb- will exhibit Lie account aa4Yeaohenbefon thereafter Ibr n1e:. cl1eatf'&I the they Southern can be aMimilatedia andTurnbrid theivm,4ieInMprepertIes spring*of,Eugl** M4 Geometry.Sve LbookiHitorjr,fWahe ", '- '.< .' :Stadent also of proper atf/airf 5w.- 'f"

awa' dead, ,anj the,' eolBcki&nwhispering the HonoraWe. Jadge wttlementanddiohArf Probate for said-oooaty' from; purchased their at any entire establishment took having-in been'*elect d the Balaton and Bedford spring*of thi*. 1.Abc 'JrawaCtAS*.-L Tacitna;.began: TbwPromeiheo 1 tk>aby retonmteada&OQ Ue: FriaSpat.'
final ooatttrr and Electra of ScAhoeles IIi e\M
and Faca1tY.fII
prayfor w&chylus
ia bseit ',, "". -1' of the Sra,with much care and attention a sprint'of tbe'cooleA common-water to:be ; l
;. m by one i GcometryjalsbcdCalc1g&nsaI'Theology U.
; .said eit&tC. WJD..1L"W" t RJMm. to this market they found M this>tleCU Q''it f COJ n;: brick yard Analytieal l .Btpwi Ou'.'.' "
:i and with a view partioulariy. : with oJMtall'spatent maohfnej readr.iot ep-. ;Evidence* ot ChrUtianity -' : ..; Zdsslon i.tso niy M bad tb1. Lidam,, .
,By I.C. HATELY. ,Ws Atty. flatter tb mselvM that they will be enabled to one ** H.Iigi?Mental PhDasopby) Aiesstis.ftdestscitn3diniebnd I.saMberlwTileees Of\Mf l1t'p .satin
..u.'Iir "Jf" O&1'JoUDtME..) OCtiJL: ;1 '>- 6mtiv atia& ioa'to all who may favor thmwithlbeUpatronage : eratiothfl only 0n4 la this"riolnUy, wfter ;tbe ., t
ct 'i \. edsd,5cat Ita4On .
JOJ8; :, demand'tor brick* great and'rapidlv increaIng *- ; 'proALabl7 r
-_, : ,o :.jCHt.b. ptlaea.aadiig -- '
SAWXTU. nn'. Perkia's saw- : '
steam L- .Also-a framed kHahen-stable _eleania 1eeban3eai begun.4 : 't lP trAel
t '
.-HI.vettM.. '! "lVnit e-&. qua1i .ohbo.1r gOo; ",". <- ll/,) lto..1I'l'aic.ioaiD ,.
; 'tota d tt crIL. J" 114, eoataot17,. house,and a two story 4-ellinJLt. fittedJ for =
,. ,.. Uth 11. 'T.b Jouh o. !. yT1ONsaTeanb.rs Tby thf.ma.er.tJjJ ..'nt ; lIbIarJ\JmJ to tbsIr8tock.as she atate"ol..t t'wetveioomtne&tly compleUdAIso a number' ,Captive of 1'fagtllsi: f M_ lb sv.ntvdeUri-fbi1 aonMdt-
.'Of whoniThey are rIt.u iuct b muUQI'aDcfMeteoiofNO "a lobe r..fS.. "
: of eligible building site and garden lots withia.a .
Bwbik thefl 1. q m&srsAc*.- bare the ad- 4,m&rt &J&yoquJre.Jta ;mado. ? U Cr.A..Lltaee AnlebMilso*. extras I ..oaa1p.edM .
mirth.education: of Abe Market ntbis1iOinit7 at
.. ... .' eu."nppiie' mile honse/snaiirpassed rFl;, .
4'-,. -'. Ii* she f.i.ItOUII" flLD im.t4 ja.w1orJ-d '* 3' 'pbon's Memorab ;.i S(5IIOIr*
b&rE experiencein S ;* V3' .
two t .
.; Mo4therin MacbioeJ*in operaphift. -' tl.pot '7 reterenee a'toability, aL the...ti14ij.ot.f' .'"f !: Fodl 'J'lfy'. !' Tie,; begaa. T. "i"1't- r-----.aGe.m*
sad ean1tY5&I" "Hides t'sl1ow. Beeswax,.nd Thsck ,ri11'bn.'l4iae .u *-II?Cicero de' who *u.
.' It is attached U? mg .tailt4.esMay1S some -: 'l f :' 1.JOS5.13AXEI, .' prom hesa
-* C'i4r' preferred, njor-pOcW-.I u. ; .began:Ran*>Triojnometryi! Spherical Trigonametry antf-vicatlon* of the Pneparseoty.1M' 1 t
: J acedtQn4: of d1a.fMoridiWOol&b0 ''IJJ.J .Bipt,4lBl3k'Jp1iPLtfrITLaG.; t_ .. .
tMP5GZD'4wACKl .r'1J.IIP4"are..u.ltec1 ; Rhetoric,vontiand->f "- arttf- t.\50. **n.asilU) e ef Lb. C&In..
''-IIZI &eD' I hqrletwlftW" attach--, st IJI oba4 I t.;, tb 'e&J1 w'Gmin.thilitoek tl'lU -'
raasesdown digs the: tab' VA"-IUJDldenliJ-01.a&1t f. J.n!.G I .d..i 3isr:,4';. ..-.kA rE., Li HARRISON'i'. '. kSATfcT. EXBCT/TIJD AT' 1 ;Analytical Geometry, began Rhetoric.,' President et Delaware CoUege. ,

potatoevxparatcs them Ironuhe'.dirt, and : ,._..1f .. ,' 'JOH.t ; j jS J, P.SANDERSU Cr. tHIS 9rnc& ::1'1 bIh,!. :". .Dela\\lfe. riE3d

Joodttkcifi.tjito At wagon t Oct. ,85I. .t-or..e .ptember1ft3I -

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1 :
FIXWB. REPUBLICAN. 'r;. 'JAfflBfi JI'BAKHR-, Bt .te"j .1OPL.forcarryiBr .tbe nails'of>the' alaeteea. -" ,. :.a1a04lTfI'1tlor.. .
i&eft .a
of J-sru ofruFiJl"MiIf\ ..eUoeI'm.to
i day vry -n-
Cj. ,.&. zn.t'l'BUUl "l"4 r I 'U .*'(AtTOMWiLVfartSvrm : v u"1.4 .. V.lt.t&.t .J8 ,. .
; UMJOronter under hich's. ty 'thlrty-elx,).and .
"J Air ini>rUlo Ptrral Conmty,*.F.,' .lni(or .: r Mt .1851.i oo }.t3JI; ulnerenvday of, Commencement-"sj aUd, township twenty;ot rang*seventeen. _T. M"'

..,:':. i.l1!tfU D&B'W'.. ;JlJ' l' ;;, o For. 'nn the SO* inelusivwill be ln.The western Utr of soetktw ia townshiptwen- .. I'iIo a, _
erory ;manuscf1ptror 'paperof o' '
.. .t: .'t., -" .' j .9.t'., Is tm.', 1. tri halbe at the 1e.8 or'h.po Office t""of IUp '.t111t. 1r.-t1'_) li t".
.1t .W.i ,"p WhJ() ilth k'JILQ'.BD Ji; ,; asked or k"1PD whoh'1on, Jet, I tho city of ,until pr:.pT p.1rtDt1;[e, 1ecti0000,' m ; tI.
> els. i; : '. t. I m' December iSsi; [totbo .m.lleJl'wrt1.Ay.. tbJrtf..t1J ol'.l, .tlJot. .
: '.I) iTi iNU"i 'uwl or signs seat by mail, _rates mentioned jro 'cd.d'b1 .- r.Wt ,.
.. liDO'. I.14:b ore*the expiration 1' l I .:,.0.liiaioi'Y. luii, ..bla.C.: ,., :':1 Ea.tfFl.. .. _riJiz. half table; shall bo:or.charged fraction} alle anounce'above for,:every .additional. the, rUt.,the.and 1 the'.mf of'the;and same:mon,. ] 01 r:'.tweotytwto9.Townships fourteen f. ,'[except- ir--fi'leCt.ioflt.&hirIe; : 11f I_"r.n4'. '"aar.*mDedr,".. ,'.,, "tl "i":

Ua. .. charged ,4. 7- : ,' ".v M.
'Advertisements will be inserted at tjis following I, (Offioef fa'.Alligator.. ,.. \I.Office' 'at Newnansville.. rate is .charged., T" ')&-,.atona' .\JRA.. 1; teen,eighteen;nineteen thirteen, twenty-one and twenty-four;twenty-two,] seven*, r..' w, l* sr Mp\i; 10* *M IToE.PoInsetft"T .If 0

latest':One Dollar per st', .t t.. '. ri' .
S," W BAKER .. ,.:-back, CQ'1ctar.Yer7
,, ln.
tht first Cents foi lubse-. : tr.t..HL rol' b
,andSfYenty-Five. ;.every : .t'I e.
i, .t' &Dc fild -
.Wednes seetbn j Jz1 1'117.1"lIare.UaN
> ; 2.f'JY ., : ,fexeept D
'invent insertion* 'To yearly Advertisers s liberal ATTORNEY AT. \ MaraeveQ. opcT ; tCJr'thf.e
> \ ; .
: day, Frly.l except sections five to eight and seventeen; totwentyone e1'fr UoWD
: tll.I wtft'inad. 'AU slent''AdrerUse 7ACK80NTtl.I.E ,.: .1" g :1 an Q' by 4 m} 01'eu4.t Miura. .
ZA8T. rtORIDA.. Tfti .' : .' ,p. : Ave aUce..dy p ,] seventeen;eighteennlnet***, [ xtoept abo11&tW'O
.. .
)a.t bl r o ':1ni g, unt '/ t .,. :' :'!"'.1.i ;;;', .; : 's2. a. Ocelet ef'"ObY Wednesday'-'-.-". ;I sections two and eleven,]twenty,twenty-one; ed "

.with the office') must be feaid for-previous to publication !Ho .:w. B.'FLEMTSO, !Savannah;Georgia.i :". -.td1. : ..: ". .' --" ,' '. I .' I' .'t.o'f I Arrive and ,at Marianna, by, 12 m-same days. :i.twenty-twotwenty-eightand tweDtj-Cour., *" ''twenty-nine. -' ._ ; of'range a'BottJe 1&haI'aet of'ou d lib INDIA..t E i
,' .
ahanaa .
; o' ,Bids for weekly,also for semi-weekly & ,
.Persons at 4 distance can"govern their'remit* March 20. 1851.- tf ',\ .'i" :'. .relDvte '. '"' ". r -' riP Jtorih.tof the.base line and east of. theprinei' lieve.rovl11 andthy t. .._. W

., z. : 0, 0 8552. to Abe's.Spring,23 miles, pal meridian*. "" .
tan for advertising the OSSIAN HART 1: 1 ;-' I1t.
<1 ;by following rates -
: : and back, once a week. -_ Fraction'of township ro*;<* *of:the Snwannee 4
.On* square'(twelve lines) published six months ATTORNEY. .AT LAW. .'WHEM: Pn A. ., Cts. ct Ct".Pt. Le2 ve Marianna every Monday at 8.m ;: .5 .river1,4 of range sixteen- ; .' y.ivgatfi "t '; ;""101.rr

..for"V *. .' X S-L91000; *' ICEV WEST,'PLA.,. .Weighing or under,bmg. : ._ .Arrive tt Abe's Springby 6p.4amedayj Sections eight and nine;.thirteen 'toIII4 _Cit, .'.
'*;: "ingle rates.,. .:. ...; 3 6' 10 tt. LeaveAbesSpringfeTeryTnesdaya: in; twenty-two to &w.ntY-MTm"&Dd thirty-four to I wl S J'JI'II.11'ft J..1.
Two squares,for six months, .J' 15 00Legal Practices in;the United States and'State Courts Over os.;and not over 1 oth ;" 6 12 'Arrive afMaridnna by 6p m s me day. thirty-six, in township two, of seventeen. :
2 S range your ledM-lNDTA Esf
tad other Business Cards,pet an. 10 00 ', of the>.Southern' District-of- Florida.- Over I os. and .Dotovr I oz.v9 '18 .S'4 Bid for two, also.for three,trios a.week .are Township'on.,'and fractional township two, of .. has pernwnentlT eared tm rZL(lSlSr
'JulylO-tf i Over 11 os. and not'over 01. 12 '. .
Notices debtors 700Application _
to and creditors, twenty.
: ranxe "ere Dfarrh
2 4 r s I take Sas. IC' .
for letters of administration. 6 00 Over 2 os. and not,over 2j|os.15 1 5 75Was 8553'.From t nst by Ap lichicoia,SK Markf and .Fractional townships one and two,of range your Talnable redicine-at'hlJt ..
..JOHN O.iHATELY', UNPAID and lo KeT.W tj-m twenty-one. one of the bel' and .4
'Notice'. !Application* 'for dismissal as.Adminiat : Single rate,as above. . 6 10 10 15 back twice a month. At the Land Office at Tallahassee that I haT b lIareJt.re..ue.

.r.. % :*: ., ?. .; ,. ;? -1$10.00Fou.n ATT.OIINJJY .1 AT, JLA W.. Overtoj.and.tfot 9"er 1 01.10 .2 2 8 'Bidders to state di.tnc'aD Ihedul. of arrivals on Monday;the ,seventeenth .day,,of-November commencing j or! OI,r lW:,b.Y"h; .

of candidates for office,: 6 00 OFFICE;" NEWNANSVILLE Over 1 os. and not over 11 15 'S 5 and dprures ,' next for the disposal of the pnblio lands within, To'E.. PGinaeU, r.o_. _
Over li and 2 .Proposals t. at New.Orleans will. .
os. not :
over os. "" f".L. ..
No EAST rXOIUDA. the following named t t ,
ejmouncracnt wiH be mode unless the same 2 4 6 townships; til i -'JA : _
Over .
os.: and not be .
over 60' < : .Jm.o
). 'accompanied with the amount Charged. sept, 11, .- tf.. 211. 2' 1- considered., of a Sid. 'f i South of.the base line and east of theprinri- 'Desir'em-' (" 1a i 'D5. J .. _

'Editorial notices for private benefit.will.be United States Mutual InsuranceCompany mode on.-From of computing and tho th h June81. the 1/orwe), .* of ,. propl to, carry \ 0 _' ,pat meridian... .; : bbn1 famU..r, aDd.bay. toad 1011'it.lacUararI.a.

harted. double the rate of advertising.' -i.e. letters from one office within upon Inld United the mails on route No. to ; Fractional township four, of range two. remedy for Viarrb a.' I. ( : "JSiSfi w.
1 "States agreeably to the advertisement of the Postmaster and eight of recommending it to the publkT > B|.
Kelijtious, Obituary, and Marriage notices,will or Territories to another, and also upon Townships seven range nine ,
WEST POTTSDAM, NEW YORK. letters between the United States and the General dated 9th August, 1851;and by' 'th.fol- Townships fire,six;and seven, and sections six : :Re8 ttuUrt' JIB.TO
published gratis. North American to be Brtih, lowing mode of cnve1aDce'"ul. : to eight, seventeen to twenty-three, and, twenty- ElbertPo, tt '.tND.

'Communications most be post paid. QNGSLE7 B. GIBBS, Agent,- wit: Singlo rate,pvncls half&an onnce&; for'"the annm- eot. six to thirty-six,In township ten, of range ten. JACJt omu.r E. .. r.
double rate if Dae Siped Townships, six flight, nine, eleven ; &ba1
1 JU.YPORT'J1ILLS, DUVAL CO 'FLA. exceeding half an ounc but not <- ,seven [ex Dear Sin 17-1151,
exceeding an ounc; treble rate, exceeding an Form of a Guaranty.. cept sections five to eight,] twelve, and thirteen, -Thts Jay eertll7 t iiri&b& Tl
J. P. Sanderson May 22,1851 tf ounce, but exceeding an and a.half; The undersigned undertake that i the forgo range of eleven.Townships negro girl.riDg. undel';'...nr:at&ael it
and so on charging an additional'rate for'every ing bid for carrying the mail on No.' six, seven, eight, afld..eleven, [except ,hILi .the. lISt of ot&le.,1tV DIanhc
rrroKKCY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.HAVING List of Officers oftheSlate ofFIorida. additional half ounce or fraction of h.l ounce. accepted by tho Postmaster G.ne.the;;bidder sections twenty-five to twen v-seven, and preparlLtloa curedher.&nd eaUecl I L ztellft"
removed his office from Columbia The mode of computing rates letters to sha prior to the 15th day of next, en thirty-four to thirty-six,] and fractional township Jwonlcl &a.b.w.r

to Jacksonville, Duval County, Great Britain, and to all other foreign countries, te the required obligation'to the thirteen, west. of. .the Suwannee' river,'of.range commending. Youn it N anry.. "aJa.bleM "''n-
STATE HOUSE the British' p0r. twelve. ra11t' .JOIL."t
OFFICERS. North American with .
excepted, ""ic proposed,. good and 1.1r. Jm.\NT1.rt.
respectfully informs his friends that he will continue Governor, THOMAS BROWN. will'remain' as at presen provnce. act of 3d ( by two guarantors.) Fraction of township' six, west,of the Snwaa- ,Ecberl" PoWeU.< .A. !. JGz

the practice of his profession, as formerly.He Secretary State, CIIARL S.W. DOWNING. March, 1d and agreeably t instructions appended Form aged. .', nee river sections two to ten,fifteen .to twenty- J
'. Attorney General, DAVID P. HOGUE. to of foreign two, and twenty-eight to thirty-three township J"-.n_
will attend at each and Term of Dear Sir
every pstagos.DRECTIONS. The of certifies I Sometime
postmaster ,
sect.ion.one twelve lince-I.
Comptroller:JOHN BEARD. undenlge seven; ,twenty-three, twenty-
the.Circuit Court in the several Counties of Treasurer, WILLIAM R, HAYWARD.Register that he aUnt with the above guarantors six, and thirty-five, west of the Snwannee river, IeverG Diamuu-.o HTere Uaa&1' eoaJcI ._
the i Eastern Judicial Circuit, the County of State Lands, DAVID S. WALKER. 1st. Every or parcel l. not exceeding half and their that they are men of in township eleven, and the fraction of township tend to. m1 bul n.. .1.. ft_ to .

Hamilton in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme Cltrk Supreme Court, ROBT. S. HAYWARD. an rate.ounce in weight, shall be deemed .single letter property., and" able t make goo their Irat1.Datd. twelve, west of said river, of range thirteen. four Bottle'INDIAN of it. At the LOXECUST_ I 4r";"Ir7

Court at Tallahassee and the U. 6' Court at St.qutiDe. JUDICIARY. or 2d. All drop-letters, or letter placed in any Notice to Bidden..Sipd North. of the base line and.enxt of the principal my f mily were afSicted same with time tJwr two 1afUI..u.1HIfI" er.

All business entrusted to his care Supreme Court Judges. post office, not for but for deliveryonly anlJrfO' meridian. We all used the medicine from Ute
with tho 1. Seven are allowed to immediate postmasters Township one,and fractional and I am now
attention. sal charged postage rate of township two, of happy to inform,yoa iisTttMT
will receive Rtsidenct. a
prompt one for assorting the maila. when ,not other range fifteen. ns an enttrely. W.
Address-J. P. SAXUEKSOY, JacktonriBc, IronPatker Anderson I Ch. Justice I Pensacola 3d. elh.deputy whose compensation wise specified by the schedules. P faction of township one, west of the Sttwan-
Hon. A. G. Semmes I I sssSsVrof "tessgrttz
Dval C0tMr, Honda. Hon. L. A. Thompson I| Associate" |I Tal'bas'e Apaloch'a for the last pstmater. year(ending the 2.,Pay will not be made for trips not run; and neo river, of range sixteen.

Jacksonville,Jan. 11, :. tf 80th June) did not excedt2 may send throughthe the deduction for failures to perform the same may Lands appropriated bylaw for the use of schools, TDifu.HY H uuui

n _,. _.___ Circuit J dirt,. : mail all letters himtelf and re- be increased to three times the contract pay the military and other purpose together with "those To E.Poi ,.. .
--' western -I Hon. Ueo :. Apalaeh. .i".f.hwno4i. |-.K-._mail_._nil..vtfiita-n... *__M_..tA..*!.v.*\ for if .sufficient ecn bo not sent in. .Fine !swamp and.overflowed_ lands. made.unfit thereby
McQueen McIntosh, Middle I| J. Wayles tiawkinll Tal'has'e addressed to himself,o his private butinai,which may imposed arrivals ae time; ao lor cultivation," if any,which shall be selected bj A1IEBIOAlV'AND
ATTORNEY AT LAW Eastern j Thomas Douglas Jacks'vlle, shall not exceed in weight one half ounje. free of failing to take or deliver the mail. the State authorities before the days appointed 1'0'.BI811
Southern | J os. B. Lancaster I K.-Wes t. postage. This does not authorize them to frank 3. The Postmaster General may annul the contract for the commencement of the public salea respecpectinly AGEl'lOY
WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern James M. Landrnm Sol'r W. Cir., Ucheann any letters unless written by themselves, and on for repeated failures,for violating the post under t.he aeS entitled "lLa act to enable crrr oe *

Circuit; the United States District Court at St. Samuel B. Stephens, Sol'r M. Cir., Quincy their private busincs only; nor does.it authorize office laws, or for disobeying the inreiofll of the State of Arkansas, and V.her States, M, WASHTKGTO/
the Court at Tallahassee John P. Sanderson, Sol'r E. Cir., Jacks'ville them to of postage any thing but the Department. reclaim the 'swamp lands' within their limits," m"DER the diredioD of AARON IUiGH'I'
Augustine; Supreme ; Ossian B. Hart, Sol'r S. Cir:, K. West written communications addressed to themselves, 4. The Postmaster General may discontinue or approved September 23tn, 1350, will be excluded .of New Yed:, ..aDeI"WORTHINGTON
and prosecute Claims for citizen* in any part of and on their private business.Nwtpaptr curtail the I"ic and the pay accordingly, on from the tola. And no locations for land bounties GARRETTSON SSET Ei elli"

Florida against the Government at Washi4. ton, COUNTY OFFICERS. allowing one mon h'. extra pay on the amount "heretofore granted by any law'of Congress for Orleans, Attorneys and OoiinseBorsTof &M fts.

cither before Congrew or at the Departments.Qr First Judge of Probate second Rat ,per ttnt fro dispensed with. He may also increa the length military services rendered to tho United States, preme Court of the United SUies/i f
[ name t.
; name Clerk the publication pre or number of the at the contractor will be permitted This establishment is formed.
office of bona fide trip pro pay on any cf tht above mentioned for tie
Jackl&fl lIt East Florida. of Ct.'Court third Sheriff fourth loDcnrfor
naino acu a.c
ADDBESS, ; ; name tubif.ribert: having the to reUnqul the contract, landi, as provided by the act entitled "an act obJects: _
May 2. 1850 tf (whenever it occurs, as iu Gadaden. &o.) Tax on giving timely notice, it to the 1. For practiciug Jaw in the
prefer making appropriations for the civil
Assessor and Collector.] From after the 30th of June, 1851, for each i and diplomat Supreme C _a"or
newspaper not exceeding three ounces in change. ic expenses of the Government"'&0.. approved the.United States, and condllCtiD&. eaio
Western Circuit. the 6. Additional pay will not be m do for 3d March, 1351. blWuesll before Congreu.. .
James W. Bryant, County. Officers.Escambia Post Office in .rats. per.Thes quarter a only to b pad where quarterly of actul over advertised distance ( ecl any The offering of the above mentioned lands will 2. For thet roeecu oo&Dclnoo.ofaDe1&ima

ATTORNEY AND COCXSELLOR-AT-LAW, Charles Evans PensacoliMilton the paper is sent the rat of publication to cose our) if the offices are correctly nme be commenced on the days appointed, and will in Jawor eq1U&Y t agaiu& United & .
F. E. DeLarua actual and bonafidt subscribers. 6. Proposals without the prescribed proceed in the order in which tbey are advertised, fore Congress or the executive ixpartnMnts
Will attend to Professional business in the Courts or certificate of the of the against foreign Governments er
Antoine J. CollinsII pstmater. sufficiency with all convenient'despatch, until the whole ,before. .Boards tl
of the Eastern Circuit of Florida, and in the Fed- Santa Rosa John Chain receive in the time specified by shall have been offered,and the sales thus closed; Commissioners. -

.oral Court for the-Northern District of Florida. C. S.Amos the more than one but no sale shall be kept open longer than two 3. For the settlement of aceouzU'wil .;1M
Isaiah Cobb, Jr. II = : route in the same sum,cannot bo accepted. weeks and no private entry of any of the lands I State, Treasury, War Navy, Post Offle .
ALSO AGENT Walton Daniel McLeod Lrcheanna i 7. Fids for the service at advertiteatn entitled will be admitted until after the expiration of the Interior Departments, and obtaining; tho I"tfI

for general Business in the State, respecting Angus D. McKinnon <4 .c : to preference, but those prgchges therein two weeks. sion of fines,penalties,and forfeitures,for alleged
Wm. H. win receive Given under hand at the City of violations of the revenue,post .offlee
grants and donations of lands, and the location McCollum "Q"i my Washing or otaer
Holmes Owen Williams Cerro Gordo Q 8. Offices established during the contract ton, this twent-I. day of July, Anno Domini jaws. -- -- --
or selling thereof. Martin Brett E r c : rio within a quarter of a mile of the route are p one thousand eight hundred and fifty-one.. 4. For securing letters patent for iavcatku
ALSO AGENT Ethelred Hewitt* Cts.Ct.Cts.Ct.Cu.Ct. without extra pay ; those further off MILLARD F1LLMORE. from the United States or from foreign Govern
Washington Washington Tabor Not over 60 miles at &pjro rata By the President: ments and procuring land warrant and pensions
for the collection of Claims upon the United 'fJames U. Lncas Cringe" Over 60 and not over 2 1 9. bidders should specify the mode of eonve J. BPTTESFIELD, under the various pension- laws,of, tho United

States for Military or other services, pensions, Levi F.Miller* 3 miles 5 8 2 10 6 2J anc intended to be used. When this 1 not done Commissioner of the General Land Offiet. States. ,

applies. .furnished volunteers, and for horses or Fred'k R. Pittman Marianna 3 not over 1000 wi bo understood to bo horseback. 5. For collections generally, embracing defers,
th property lost, for which the United States Jackson S.C. eUa.my 75 45 8 15 7| 8j 10 If the apt bidders fail to execute coo NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION legacies, and inheritances,in the Unite. Stale*
Samuel Stephens Over 10 not over2000 or to cmmence and continue service agreeably CI.A1BIASTS. and foreign countries. *

Calvin Stephens 100 6 40 2 10 5 to propos they, or the guarantors Every person entitled to the right of pre-emp 6. For the purchase and sale of ads'Ja MJ of
Ar'drett. Jacksonville. East Florida. Calhoun William B. Wynn Blonntstown Over 2not over 4000 or sureties, to a the damages tion to any of the lands within the townships and the States or Territories of the Union, and loan

William Clark 12 75 5 2 12J 01 resulting from a reletting of the route. parts of townships above enumerated, is required ing moneys on mortgage of real estate lying
II Elias Branch Over 4000 miles 15 9 6 3 J: 7| 1. Contracts a to be executed by the 15th to establish the same to the satisfaction of the therein. ..
'J, HcRobert Baker, Franklin Arch'd T.Bennett Apalachioola February, 1852. register and receiver of the proper land office and 7. For investment of funds in United' States

'ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW, Saml W. Spencer DIRECTIONS.1st. 12. The bid should contain the bidder's nae make payment therefor as soon at practicable af and State stocks an-l loans collection of the Svi-
II Benjamin,Lncas and and if a company offer, of ttr teeing thit notice,and before the day appointed dends thereon, and generally for the transaetkm
JACKSONVILLE, E. FLA. Weekly pp. only, when sent as above es/h member of firm, and should b addressed for the commencement of the pnblio sale of the of all business perttunibg:to s law,' loa.sad
Middle ,are to free in the
Circuit.. county where to the First Assistant Postmaster and lands embraced in the banking agency. -. -
WILL practice in the Courts of the Eastern they Gener en tract claimed, otherwise ; .t
and this
Gadsdcn Jas. U. Gilchrist are published; although dorsed "Mail All
conveyed proposals in such claim communications
will bo addressed
Judicial Circuit, in the Supreme Court at Jacksonville Robt C Lester Quincy. in the. mail over 60 miles.2d. For further particulars th conditions of bid forfeited.J= riUTTERFIELD, Messrs.Palmer & Snethen. 'America, postpaid and ,Foreigu to

and in the United States District Court Samuel B. Love UII Newspapers containing not over 300 square ding, and the forms of the contracts required, see Commissioner of the General Land Office. Agency city of Waih ngtoa. win'maivt. -
or the Northern District of Florida. Having Hugh O. McLean h rates.3d.inches. a to b charged one quarter tho above advertisement for propos for cling the August 21,1851. 13t prompt and faithful attention. "
Leon James E Broome in &o. m
Virginia, CALMER
TallahasseeNewport & StfETHES
efficient and reliable at he J1. ,
Washington Publishers of
an agent
are allowed to
Oscar A. exchange
Myers Dewsapel N. Office No.5 Carroll Place
; HilL
will prosecute claims the United States free of of each numberonly K HArL Capitol
against Alfred A. Fisher II copy JuyS. lawti. -
before Congress and the Departments at WashingCon. Daniel McRaney published; and in this privilege extends to newspapers Post Office Department,August 9, 11.Gener 'PDII lirS IIDIAI LOXI nSTn: ) ; /
Wakulla John
Park Ca.
I .. : 4th. The must bo Ang.2 6w. Bonntv Land and General.
I Wm. W. Mound Hf .newspapers taken THE MOST CERTAIN AND SAFE Ajeacy,
Doing permanently located at Jacksonville beI or determined wnen tbey are in a state.6th. '
Hall Ie dry
will give his entire and unremitting attention to Wm.H. Dnrden 14Montioello Postmasters are not entitled to receive PRESIDENT OP THE .
Jefferson newspapers free of postage under their UNTTEI) T. WALKER win
Thomas J. Chocs give
his profession, and all business entrusted to his Craven G. Fife 44 privilege franking STATS. CHRONIC DIARRHOEA I attention to, tho BOUNTY

... James R. Tucker 44 6th. Payment in advance does not entitle the IN pU1.nc of law, l FL ADD LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers engaged
He will also attend to any business as John Wooten 44Courthouse party paying to any deduction from the above President of United in the FX.OBIDA A or in either cf the IXDU.I
'. Madison Alex'J McDonald rates.Ratet. Amerc do hereby declare and make known, DYSENTERYWhich WARS in which the U States have been enraged,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER I Saml. R. Sessions 44 Iles will be held at the undermen or the War with Great Britain of 1312; U
Appointed by the Govcrnors_ the following Thos. M. Anderson 41 of Pottage to be charged upon all trantient tioned Land Offices in the State of FLORIDA at has ever been presented to the public. claims on the UStates for MIUTAXT :.

.States to take Testimony, Affidavits, and Acknowledgments Hamilton H. J. Stewart JasperAffljgatoi Newspapers and eve other description of Prin the periods hereinafter designated, to wit: It stands upon its own merits and needs no SCTPtlKS, FESSIOSS. LOST fROfEMTt.ftC.,Sad tO

to be used therein Robert L. Ivey II ted Matter, Ntlpp.and Ptrlulc", At tho Land Office at St. Augustine, puffing. SlT HAS.NOT TAILED TO CUBE any description of business requiring an Agent or
: Wm. J. J. Duncan piled at uCifthru MOth, ing on Monday, the twenty-fourth day commene IN A lINGLE INSTANCE. Attorney W:wlIgton. For procuring Land
Maine, Virginia, Eastern Circuit. fro the office actual ber next, for the disposal of the publio binds sit Warrants his charge will be $5. Ia other cases

.Vermont, North Carolina, Columbia Geo. S. Herbert and bona fide nlb.t uated within the following ned townships and THIS Valuable several medicinal preparation roots is compounded the charge of will the bo proportioned to the nature and
of vis growing in the difficulty case.
Massachusetts, South Carolina, II S. Scarborough I.t par townships, : Wilds of Florida. It He will
t s is PCKELT and WHOLLY also act in connection, witkAgenls or
> New York, Georgia, A. J. T. Wnght- N O.or e .1 : 0 0 : South the base line and east the princt'* Vegetable,'and designed ESPECIALLY for the cure Attorneys in Florida who may bo. emplojed; i*
Pennsylvania Alabama, Alachua. Chas. F. Fitchet Newnansvflle .ddtloDILI oao or o o of the abovo disease. The Inventor and Proprietor Bounty Land'and other claimson term wofch
Saml W. Burnett frlLCton OUDce. i p meii is fully convinced that it is be agreed Letters ,
Delaware, Misssist ippi an invaluable may upon. [whka should I*
> II Chas L. Wilson* the ten A
OUDce : _j Townships ( sections Medicine. In fact the test that he has post paid] will receive immediate
except five and six.) given it attention.
.Maryland, Texa*. Dnval. Felix Livingston Jacksonville In thi an a. d: 8. 1 aztn. seventeen, (except section thirty-one,) I in the town in which he resides, and the .tonUhJng June 5.: lawtf. .
?;.>. .: janl.-Jyj Isidore V. Garnie M ditiona ute wi bl : i r eighten. fratona townships nineteen and aeecea with which it has met, warrants
John G. Smith 0 Wm la
*- Garey'.Ferry chgd twenty-one township -Tin* that it iI.a POSITIVE CUKE. N ,
., Uriah Bowden Mandarin ..- ...a'c twenty.t.wo.and townships twenty-eight and twen- He has -.ther tore come to the determination to : otice. f
OSCAR HART Nassau Jas. T. O'Neil St. Mary's,Ga. Z 0Ct. ty-n'ne range twent1- ve. place it within the reach of all, knowing how ma TO THE' OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS
C. C. Bessent Woodstock Townships sixteen, ( ny suffer with this OF THE SEVERAL WARS
Mills Cu. except sections one, two, very unpleasant and often dan SINCE.
._ ATTORNEY AT LAW.Office A. J. 'BraddockII On. UDder eleven, and twelve.) seventeen, and gerous Disease, particularly the Southern and THE REVOLUTION: .o
OJ. or 2 3 eightn.
upon the Second floor at the Court-house, St. John's. Gad Humphreys SLAngnstine Over! 01.Dotvr2 01. 2 6 8 10 6 (except section* three, four,five, six, sven. Western In States. a recent Act of Congress officers sol
Peter B. Dumas .4 eighteen,) frltiona townships ,twenty, purchasing my Indian Iioxecnst' be BY and
street. .. 3
Forsyth 9
15 (who have not
Raphael B.Canova IIPalatka II S and townships twenty-eight and particular and look for my written signature on received surer entitled
WILL practice in the several counties of the Putnam Jesse A. Brush 4. I 6" 6'0 8 1 16 2 twenty-nine, of range twenty-six. the label. tv nOU TLJXD., for service of OM moatt
Eastern Circuit 44 Jnseph W. Fitch 44 II 1 2 2 Townships seventeen, eighteen, nineteen I refer the public below to a few certificates 'or more; the widows,and minor children these
of Florida, and attend to the I 61 I 61. 6 12 and se deceased aba '
44Orange ,
Robert T. Boyd 44 2 twenty ( lected from are entitled. The Subscriber
3 sections
twenty-seven to among received from
'e" many
rooneetion claims againxt the United StLtcsfor William 7"t7 ] 21 nine ble citizens respecta undertake, at a moderate
Campbell EnterpriseMeUonvUlo I 7 I I 8' 8 2 5 and thirty-one to thirty-four,) and of Jacksonville.. compensation-the
Military services, aid for Horses lost, or other Henry A. Crane I 81 II 0".9 18 2 U 4 one in township twenty-one, of range weat1-1 EGBERT POINSETT.. claims of those interested Having been employ
ed in
44St. office
property lost or 4 ltroye by troops in said service. John Simpson 14 II 9" II II 10" 10 Z 3 4 seven. P. S. publio for several years, his expeneaco
Lncle Geo. 8. Hermans New Smyrna 2 8 4DRECTIONS. Township seventeen ( sections Planters should not be without this valu in such matters will enable him to afford"rreai
Also, claims fur penrion* of disabled soldiers,or 44 except able Medicine. Every
C.JL. BraytonIr five. of range twenty-eight. family ought to keep it facilities to claimants .for.LAND .AND F NSION -
ho widows and vt deceased soldiers. Marion Wnl M. I on hand. ? and them
orphans M'Gabagin Oeala Fractional township Mventten, .we" oC: St. I A. M. % save. a' great deal of trouble
Also,claims for bounty land to officers and sojr 44 Robert Bullock 1. On every transient newspaper, unsealed cir John'l river, (ucept aectJona ave, 11. tblrty-be. REED, principal Agent for. Jacksonville. -, and expense. Where ho obtains notimg"..

tiers;and the widows'and orphans of deceased Offeers > 44Levy Edmund HOWM <. cular,'hadbi engraving,pamphlet, periodical, and t.hirt"six,] .nei township eihteen, [exoept charge is made.. All Utters post-paidwffl.. IIIIft1iJnj.
tf S.5. iielrenston FlemmingtonSimeon ,and every other deriptiOI of !ootl n on..to hreet eleven to Alteeu..'wellt._ : the necessary forms;a d

and soldiers. .. Harvey Waocassassa.Sheriff printed matter the above rates I .cases 14wo to twenty-six, and thirty-five. and thirty-six, ,] I JACXSOBVILLZ,E: F., August I5tb, 1851. .
-Also,win give his attention to conveyancing, --. be prepaid, tfMrAwz to tfee weight. al i of range twenty-nine. Dear Sir i This'will inform yon*that one bottle C'h W,"BENNETT.AU"T.

U oxamlng titles and records, and ascertaining 44 R. Wftttereon, Tx Ai'f,Ft.F'ag 2.. heuevran1 printed matter m which the Fractional tnwnjhipg. thirteen and fourteen, of of your medicine, called LIBIA*.LOXKCVST: has October ? J. Wllhlnr\ODnc., :
' .. Ilillsboro' Simon Tnrmaa tho Itntion' of Postmasters, or Fractional' townships fifteen and sixteen, of Attack of Dysentery.. 1 consider it an excellent
AU business entrusted to him ..m'meet with .44Hernando Tampa sent otheri' b range thirty-three. medjcjne for this complaint -, .,

":"prompt_attention: ; and all instruments of writing e' Benj.Martin J.Cunningham Hagler* "" with double prment..th.ne rat. Fractional townships sixteen and eighteen, and .I sure in recommending it to the and public take*great plea. Island C 'tt Gbu..

...wJU bo executed by him with. neatness and depatch. Perry G.Wall Angnsta 3. Bound books and of printed matter, townships nineteen and, twenty, of range thirty- :Respectfully. yours.,' mItE SUBSCRIBER takes"tWe[ '* "
.. ., <4 M. C. Peterson It not weighing over 82 OQ shall bo deeme four 0 S. D. FEKNAflDEZ. to infbrra tho planUrsof Long ..-.
44Monroe Nathaniel M. Moody mailable matter.". '" Fractional townships eighteen, nineteen and. To Mr.E. PoJnsett.. tons that he still continues the manufacture M the.
3;Jacksonville. Jan. 25. 1831. tf Periodicals .
Benjamin Sawyer Key West pblse.t intervals'not exceed renty, of range thirtv-fiva. latest improved RQLL.KR. HOHSEG S. **-
. .. .4 James M, Bracowell. lication ing three fromibe.office of pub Sections thn., ten,. foarteen, aAeea; 'I JACXSO.TVILLE, May 6th,,1831,. hie and single at his usual rates and k,itady-Jt
-' fI&O'B.JlCY' 41 Robt. Clarke II to actual and bon fide subscribers, are three.'...... ,%; nurvy-nre, and.thirty-Six twenty.I, Ira I This Is to certify it is with much pleasnro that I fill all orders at the shortest aoUoo. ," : .
UF L..friIs ..44Dads John Boyle' ... to be charged with ono &.the. rates mentioned .ownship thirty-five of range forty. nounce to the Publio that I have .been-effectu For.tho reputation-of the Gins,apply to.fok
n AT WASHINGTON .. Wm. H. Hilliard in thelt. abovo table,1 prepayment of a quar ;'Fractional townships thirty-seven, thirty-eight &U.1 cured of' the cIlI&reaiuC complala, oal1ed. lowing Ag siurtot. <,oso who fcav them ia tar
Charles W.Lee thereon must in.U cases b required- and thirty-nine, [exeopt sections. to M"eaJ tfttn-y, .the highly' reoommeJIdetl.nm ;.ot! o GE."iTS''It' ifi' .
Sheriff Periodicals published at intervals of than of range forty-one. Mr./E..Polnaett. I had
ruorted& '
.; '. William E, 'Rennaughf.i' the mont are charged with the full mor. fractional township thirty-eight of but of nun.l1' I1I'U ba4uoecl.tQ, fllaDWDp. : VHlalonga ft Acosta, CentervHIagv G*}' .*"'
.,: ... rte, range for .tr.J'.J Ter1 Capt. B.R.Bythewood
-.hlt- .. And ex offioio Tax Assessor.and Collector.. mut pJald ty-two. .". palaf.able and pleasant Medio1ne, 114 0 IU' ,Beaufort, SL C.(
WTUaut '
Scott fc
HOTEL. I'UIIULUI'U there is DeVeaox Charleston 8. C *
4nn"K case f4Tiaon
-, OJra on or In North wvw vu u KM completely %>
1- any cured:
newspaper, of.tht bast lint within few
.GottfoM*'te\1; 'his prompt .tie 1t1on'ar.- perioc pamphlet. ,orother printed matter or and east of the principal days, and have not been .troubled since with a that kUarris Ocala EvFlorida-. .- -: !'

'r DYING.:AND'SCOURINOESTABLISHMENT :' ther.wlt. any of ,meridian.. -- .so much dreaded disease. .. Fernandez Bisbee & CoMVaeksoavilXIL.xlK. ..
and before m&trip& '
prosecution jof claims Conirress any kind by which ATownshlp.fonr t 1 am to RR: Dukes, Pa1atka E.F.: -7" .
[ happy other '
asked for except sections one1 to five say immediate cure ha, ., **
: :of a of its Executive communicated in ; SHortILCoSa'faDD&ho. .
J Departments.; ,writing, or by marks or signs, eleven to fourteen and come under,my own observation within '
NO. .73 YORK STREET the said twenty-three, to twenty- a few .S. Lo .NI 1ack IL Co. ,W
Ckinu newspaper five of tor..F.
exiling from the Revolutionary,Florida, proca pamphlet, or other ,] range twenty-five. days. .1 cheerfully add my, mite-to the ;
: already
< :(REAR.OF THE COURTHOUSE printed matter .letter Townships two and three great amount of ''-Lartinger It.Harris, EUxabethtown, .I
4, W Jetfwari; Invalid, vol lioJWj Half- ,) postage; and fractional town testimony with regard to r"
.. I is the duty of the ship four, of Valuable Medicine. your County,Ga. < ..
to range twenty-six. .
SAVANNAH Posmar remove I .
; am. &.
GEO respeefally .
q 'jM ZVJd the '
Pensions < and
w. J .Naval.or Army; .. wrappers envlop printed Township one,east of Nassau river W MVHeARN.Jr. ALSO, "
tec [except '
BoutyLand-or:Scrip,'under law of Feb.1J, ,. -ALEXAlIDER-O.\LLOWAY' for and the pamphlets of with letter mt, sections one and. twelve,] and fractions of'town ToE.Poinsett.Esq.jAatsonvn.tr. .. EXTEA Boirs ASD BACTHXS eaa be had of tl*
<1S0.or Adjust loiSJSf; Arrearage of Pay his friends'; fl" Uri whether; there is ships two'and three,:.west'of: Amelia river'of subscriber; at modera&e..ratetPeI'Ioaf w
thanks upon
and to hU fo'rVe : *
RETURNS range twenty-eight. ,May 21,1351. Gins,or Gins repaired,ftlease icf:
Mileage 4iulnbUilDt i Claims tor has received since he commenced or in lush package.any, mater pnt'm.tter .At the'Land Office at' Dear Sir r'consider i it to* bo'a matter of* orto" t '. L..BUQ t.,
Jlorse lost and other Property destroyed Ex"peases business this ettyta 1832 and wollld state to his would authorise or te charge of .higher cing on Monday the Nswnansvllle,commen to> inform you that I h\d."beell.J&boriag duty .v '&TM G
\ ,
.[ Interred ky Volunteers before being".m lJ&eI' We Hends visit,and to the PUbUol&lloraU1t.thu during acquired his rat*of-'plti;trono 'Po .J.K. HALL, for tho disposal .of third the day pnblio of November lands.situated next, uill Ter of Tfolen&two PbYlieJaU attack of.liarrl1 a whIcb b&tUed und 1'-a the June 5,1851. / l :-j
General. within aDd
the .
.. '.aU'tooeiraf. Into service uno.., improvements connected with '!o'rOr? DrrAtraesT undermentioned townships and, 0 db work. hndend e .bJt :
Waggonmasproper Jane But
. jl j 14,1881,; of.townships, &.wit parts h &D1' tonau&ely. whea &bollt.\&o j .'Ji! fh..iti'r v A ytHo.
.Jm' .)..' "ea.IISIkra'J. J,.'.',.non". : DYING AND FRENCH.CLEANING, South Ift.p all hope'uhyu OM&iDf relltf I, heard : .' 3fW1t1t.; i i* tV
', '
of the bae
.. i. \ whleh he trusts will enable ADJU lint and east( LOXECUST.'t.and.1ie.
him to of the principal "
give'general ITATa' or Bot<a cl I
,'ibu'D 4r ': ssasfgssr may. ploase' fa 4Tor b1m SIX months after JOIOB'h-HoD.' .;. .. .meridian" 1&.muob Pleuurt baa tDUnJ 0 rtItoftd m. 0heaJUi.. S'A' VA'NNAIJ'-'GAf. .-. ..'Pt
.. toMpf claims.. together.with the* 'rulessvtdrtgtiaUons Ladies'silk tad woolen,Dresses .. ", .: Of Pba of wb"pti& for.dis east Fractions of of townships thbteen and fourteen, tel-&U those .ho lIIal be "mllar'adYQ1U'!.aftnoke M04lofra.. WJlor.tamhTotJL ";'n _
.., ., Jleanedand ;.ShwI.& mloD' as of Mary the Suwannee river,of range twelve.*" You .o.. BtNJAMIN1MVID., TIN _WARE JUNUFA.CTORr.J .
CO I DiDep&rtprtp&n4 satisfaction.dyed*:.Table el.1 t .o G.e deceased, and also. present my accounts I',J Fraction'; of township six*east of the Suwannee ,To : ; "bn"uroiI'.paa.e4 -
jwntt.hi tf ,{4 cndertoke dy M sold sections ODe twelve, thirteen" .
jrha4kln4 o TWUU UcUias, of .y -Gtmen'.pmeueaoYd having. c against ADt&r.. duly-AH notified.persoM ,. to twenty-six and thirty-five and thirty-six twenty-four'east : .1 &sm.i_.JIU" 21'. 1&11. dt_ 'tpJ; ."'. .w.. ,
may require the services of said in Dear Slrr I -h ._ .
... f ; n ver, am.utlreJJ -
.ll.Tect .
at "*' Itt '." JACpB.qBIOER/Adin'r, township eleven sections two;ten, i ot eo. ::- -1' A.
rt Agenc IMilaci a' : 4fteen.. at. thank.
the "II '
; 0 .Ior
b7 du S&ffir: 'H._ ,. &weDt1.one, .Tour"INDIAN '
gS a1 2 eaa '.ntof1ln.. tweDQr-&wl!!Dt1-ltYl :0 tUST: ,J&"&. I LOX&. .A LX kinds of ktD$ftl..a
IIi &Dd haft'eYer'
.-tt t'k&if eA to'&. Lt' .. thlny.two to rQIr. .or 1IIG41tw Sh. .t1.h"mo
-, ." "O t proper" tett.1.M. aDd STi?att'& ?4M : J- .. "Qtlce..* "_' '> to'laid&eD.aAeea ISver. Ira toW'lllhlp&wely.J aad uctJou'.Ulre. .cItIe..u41: 'toel u." JI)Ira'noODmtflAf..n.0 hotels aD41h1p stpprovva and all otierSti* t \
inform to i..n 1I'O.:aDd Uat &Dc Wrt,1.ene.1n ul't t : hall or publio plaW*Stovo ffpi .
moot London DR. FLEMIG :of 1. .' ,
approviBd fashion.
1d.ft .. ,, *: &e otl p foiuteeaet GfO COtW1'ER., soriptioa 4of-SnoeVirorWnrinuisj
.Xr.ta.:KlKIrbasbeen-Appoin'ted Comity r&l1' 'T E. .,,_ 1_ -- . .
+\ {,16''' ;, I thoaboveesUbUshment. ,:ent for has consented t act as hii j Cp'.io'Budinpn t en ownsps,*.'I'JtI'tiI ourteen and. fifteen of range fours '. L > .: ., .- ,r -Forcoand UftPump*AVA Beer",
; ija"R. ,to;,iatnro',In rUoninMt .reception and delivery of,ad.W to the of a*.fa house &Jot and in too eOtioD.I Townships fourteen' jWi and> fifteen is 4,*:(.f-! ,- "* vBATO;' >u ,| ;.JoItoVBeacfl.BgfeSistt&S : : ,TIa'te.ShetUl'oa. f'
the T JJDm ySF < except sections .C otff .
surrounding nineteen
Ie, : die.f-tl. country.. m pwtfUly to mile ,r. and twenty'and twenty-cine : re1sewhott.
t. requested W .uPrlOtl.Jo..U&81.:
'If Marc19. Immediate thirtytwaJ : : :
I. ,
," r 'j raent. .,tt* *.*. ett. rang fifteen..IiI'. '** &** *" + : ia. &s ." 'Ord'trciDi
.. August '
.JI I < .. :. A .' y.. -, I Sections"' thirty-three to thirty-six, to IB 'he: Qd".tDteftorilntfH!. t t..4.
\ !. wnshrp
< "- r" # 4.rt ;" I\ried: tr. "iLl ;.s.q.AUI'.29"Jl50J" .
t : r.'J'..: ,j t1
'ill .