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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: February 26, 1852
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
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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-.
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into Committee of the nnd adopt.the recommendation of,thevPresi- We know not have expresssed BX'4*- sing for leOl ti in&ninatedno canthdates and Kehtlemett fromiheprsgb
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Hodsa dent of, the United'5taWs, that' the slavery sent. ? ] fopkpf. the varioutofflcel'oftbe Honit, Ir'etermiaatiOn to4Mby.
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and took the Senate bit ?, that entTernn '
in the chair,) up thas.tandin' anit represeof.
mise of IhelastCOngressBhallce'consideredas wUi.eatisfy Them. Alt these-A
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and for U9Loiparty.cotild .
making land warrants assignable final. 1 hoDtl'may notbfem.i8takeni as .' iogne; ,'bring'themselvesoactwith
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other purposes, together with the bill of the : Orcr */e iw jajic committee to stand ( '' '
thai
.Until,jecently,.aa.Thaveaid.weba4more elected upon by hrch-vtfieypledgedttbemselvea v uDfln old.rattea
House explanatory of the Bounty Land lavi sound nien Jn'the councils'of'our couh live slave' ,, i compromisemeas.ures;of be pt thelate the'great' National 'Democratfc"party,ih 1848,by wWcb iheyrwill b enanate.a &( .

of September 28, 1850. try' $'rom athongr the DAnpcrats than 'from tary and.by which they declared .Washington meeting held by.thenr in the'city of' roan whose 'opinions bay,".n fbsets -

THE UNION PARTY-THE DEMOCRATIC 1x1 among ibe'Whigsilafid it1 may be: trte, as of' Ohi3. t ? rneasures' were.'Ibe' best"which' !connectfort/tirjtbnhe tbat! gentlemetrwho expressed;andfafe not Indwii.'' 'The3 wfli "

WHIG PARTIES-TltE PRESIDENCY. has been alleged, that there.was more sound which he B'een5ad6pted(n nder ?circtiin it"notsonid composed str cqtrimirtee Will at the worth,rpree4t bun *a

Mr. CABEU, Florida, repeated what hi ness upon this question in the Democratic .. Ttat_ resolution .is in.these wordsl South to"find tbe7 nge*names"'of o. tbUnfjt"Mr 'Thomas partl ist'1n4 a Free-SpilerH;:a wmipg dojrii to';
bad said on a former occasion, that when he. party of the North than in the\Whig"party; 'this'fact c-' Tbatfw tegara'the' .' 'Pr1if'- arts' Bartjett! ," "of yera6rtt* ; Fre* Solferrassociat: the Sothiepreaenthim as ajrwa f ------ ,' .
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came to the House, at the commencement of But I.helieve that that state of things' does ing the th -Adjnstme&|measnres as forming In ted with that of Jos. %JacksbnJ (Southern Southern;man,, WeTfiriJ these j e temeit '? 4
KHion.'it was his expectation, from the not how exist.- The gentleman frafti Massachusetts spoke:of dependence and'connection a system Rights,>.John"iQ> FrremartjVcUnion.V s and now.. acting.in coDcert'withtba"antiBentonaa 'yitata "

opinions so frequently expressed, and the [Mr. RANTOUL gave the House the th.most conciliatory, and the best KpbertWi; Jphnsoni'of Arkansas 'r Southern .; Ir. Beicce.fttly a rt. ;
pledges! given, the Democratic party of the reason the other day.. .They foundit wasa : Jipn and in : secti9nal, nterets thatou14 b obtsjnej('rain Rights!)" *". ": publTsBed a JeUervia' 5cbetkexi: :
North and the Union would when they losing game. .The. Democratic r,party oMasKachusettsthe ancl'opinions; and .MrJAC.5 pressed th opinion that the PmcTsI34ar.j ... S.
; u they ougbtt be,*dhered to and ? N (interrupting): .was- understood should"go into '
net here, adopt or recommend an acquiescence gentleman told the House &resol ti n' faithful execution, as a final setUepftfwnd bytbe'Reporter.tonay that he had lution conTention unthluo.i
has been eVIl which substance of the !:of |84S, and bthrngVorai u' .
in Compromise measures and that laboring against heavy oddsjal : dangerous been nominated' '
the wealth and the and of extension mbjeot*which tliey embrace*' JR by'tbe regblar State-Right b reu recommended by,Southernru .wtfl as, .
the Whig party -would not do so. He had power patronage, ( Demotrati6 party of his State and hot by'the :
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the State them the Frec-Soi We know : : -
believed that on general questions the Whig was against ; "mft 31r
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Benton
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,arty was the conservative party, except on influence was againsUhem ; and theywere'kept the Stalepf ; Inc' verypninci1e'"on" 'rwBTcIi! S Mr'C3suA; ,to'ihe geIrtVY'II'I'1Tnff- > saysht difinin'e--

lbs Compromise. He had observed, as he down. Well, they bad no idea of sub ed; and partr.wasformed." The Demo. Georgia; biy position is' not even doubtful.He ,
tiled on that occasion, that the Democrat mitting to that Plate of things any l longer, so Sadism refused to such ,is not one of those obscure individual, Su. Adhesion to.the Baltimore p1&th4.-
trere represented,by a larger number of gentlemen they turned round and bargained ifor and that; a Now gentlemen adopt oitbeTUnion any. re whose position is not known to this House andtheJ.Nulliner a another point m whklkJ few That you*
in favor of what ne believed to be bought up the Free-Soilers. \ ,. tinguished nime of cominohen5e! ,: and in par the as well a* to the country. My remarks were talus the Demoeratie wrong.ground in relation plp.tfqrm' to ala.s o'S
fcorrect on this particular question. There Mr. RANTOCL. (interrupting.) With the a freesoil fairness and jiiBliceiwby is it that addressed tr the Union men I find 'mem- very, -The Isullifiers wishto'engrsftnpa'
fore, be had expected to act with them, being permission the gentleman, I desire to say ions are \ ; hers elected by'the Union organization new ogma; wliioh WM Tmrly, "hnii'tltirntnnanimouily .

disposed to believe that they would a word or two Of course, if the' gentleman a free roil Democratic altemptrloconnect;pIrtywhiichhas yonrselyes re- f'MrV'FftCuuit, (interrupting.) As the framed iI,,namely,rejected, that! by Congress the,,.courtstioawkkfc has ..

stand by the Constitution and his section oi quotes me at all, he intends to quote me correctly. ed, there \ adopt yon/[resolutions and Sustain gentleman has directed his remarks the Itztaatt vpoa slavery in tAt Territon'tt.no Tbi ritkt*dot t9?' ,
and further that in this he 1 have not said that the Democratic the district.- Union Democrats like all the
the country; ?, and refose'"to unite with I have t4lay to him,- I ma doctrines ethic school to whteh U -
would not be separating himself from his party had turned round, or had bargained Chase'was have:adopted' t ose resolutions was always a Union 'Democrats was-nominated belong,is modern invention, and only lovtiUd

party, for be believed this to have been the with anybody, or had done anything new-to of'brstory: have; pledged tbmselye to :act; by my.district because 1 was a.Union' for texts the to purpose resist the multipl/i8g laws of chances. t*tad M..' ,

determination of the entire southern Whig get themselves out of the position which Democrats 1 .. ... Democrat;.and I came here to represent that mg off into that confederacy Congress whleo and(s for tosoi.gut i>. .
tiarty. His fiiend from Virginia said thai they had been in for the last twenty years.I this State ie t VVhig President 1. (Mr." FILL- principle :land no other, so far1 as that is con wholly of slave States, and (o be ebetenid,' .,
be should separate himself from the Whig have described their position,and the Democratic beard an ; his'mesiagei-has'Miidt' cerned. e77ie United sates ov' -t' saey c
party and join the rank and file of the De party has, still struggled under ,the ocrats have ; Mr CiBELL.. I understand the position; take the Baltimore platform as it was anted to..'
of measnres td which I tare nllnd not as it was not agreed to-stiU lesiasreieflUd .
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mocracy. The only alternative on which disadvantages. The course it has taken VVbig:free by. me as a,settlement; in princi of the gentleman. iHe was elected as a Union ; and above all as attempted to be'interpoTaUd bv- .
he had been willing to think of this had upon the point which the 'gentleman it. -I rejoice -a final settlemtnt the dan Democrat- :lie was elected tn direct oppbsi the dregs of the party which made the effort, aad '

failed. He had been deceived by the rep has been touching on, I intend to explain; to of ,' eiciUDg. .subjects' -which they em ion to the positionoccupied by my friend sonuserably failed in it at Baltimore.!,, >3* .

resentations of-that party. About the very the House at a convenient opportunity make belter' __:I '- ':: from Arkansas, bis.associate 'on this 'com 'Mr. Benton o.jects"to! anr'aJditidn fe _

first movement of that party was to violate Mr..CABELL. I ask the gentleman whether did. Secretary of c State, ,Mr. .Webstar, mittee.. ., platform of MS, which'mj UniOn friend*krc. _
fherery principle on which be was prepared he considers himself a Democrat ,Mr, said in his letter.lo th'e Union meet :Mr. JOHNSON Arkansas, (interrupting,) willingand anxious to aifoptj for bd r aaon '

to act with them. There has been formed Mr. RANTOUL. 1 am very happy the gentleman allow me to : : made a remark inaudible to the reporter. be says,that such additions tend to'cxpreao

in the southern country a Constitutional has put that question.. I will answer to state'his "'messa e, at the opening'of Mr.CABELi,. Mr. Chairman, will make the opinion "that Congress has no' tight la'

Union party, having for'Us organization the it if he will allow me to do so. ]I state to.!him session of Congress expresses fully am no allusions any IndirMnal again. [fABghter. legislate; upon the'subject of-'savry'm 'tbsj

f rtty principles which he had stated would answer it in this way-and perhaps there ia Slate to : own and with the him unanimous inthe Executive opinion admin of al .] Tbe position of the, gentleman from Territories.1!' lie is for' the" resolationi8*** : _

induce him to vote with the Democratic party no member upon"this floor who can give Democrats the Government,in regard to what are Arkansas.is that which is the position of the they arpithongh they justify the'doctrj of 5 rt .

fi .of the House. He desired to call the at- the answer in a more decided manner than 1 ie-will adjustment or compromise measures oi whole.:Democratic party. WilinotproTiso.- 'Her-al find 'Bert**.<&
teution ol the committee to an article which can : I have been nominated by the Democratic of that State : .'*'
rrcendr appeared in the Macon (Ga.) Jour party over and over again for some bund voting ', why, ;uffider these clrctimstafi- here, were.it note fact,-: that I was nominated go Into that"convention and adopt te resold 1'- '____

nal. It sets out with the proposition thai years past, unanimously; the last nomination mocratic it that the.Union party determined ; by aLDemocratic.Convention, and ;a?:a tipns'ol M8,'and willing "to* stand b.th m
the time has arrived when the Union party I received from that party was a umzninous -And that' Democratic party with which to Democratic] candidate, with a fall know I ask.ho\T can Southern Rights'Union 'two ;'"

of the South should determine on its action nomination wap given to me by the strong ask us"Whigs, to. .go .,along .,with ledge of all the positions I have taken here; act"with sncb'an association as'this? And[ _
ia relation the Presidential election; and, DemocrariC'paTtyrlrnowiiis utyryUwa Ji pon Wrongest ; ; "" Mr. CABELL. We all know the position how constitutional Union men join gflcll .: __
uflhe vietrof editor of that paper, the the question to which the gentleman alludes, So It seems opinion is; that a change is now of the gentleman from Arkansas,and be wil arilassociatioh'? __

Union party cannot act with the Whig par- and after I bad explained those views fully; both> the' : in the public mind 'at.the North, excuse me- -> But we are told that we'must'nominate
ty.'fcecanse it is swallowed ttpiy the abpli- in a speech since' published, at: the largest aughter.]. Whig party/favorable to the, :il.' JOHNSON,, (interrupting.) The.gentleman somebody and vote .for somebody'." WelL _
"fc iion party: But it may act with the Demo- Democratic convention- called. without reference Mr. ;; T have deeply"'regretted, as a from Florida sir my choice; as individual membeV ; 's

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.J Unipameo ought to send delegates to the district. After .that nomination, the .trial itions in' Southern Democrats.to; sneer at to. your section of the Democratic' Slates,' is forthe] presehtPresideatof-thg' _

<:>Baltimore Convention., mentioning, as a ne- came on; there was no choice at tbe first tri amiliar. of. returning sound sent!* party. 'S. Tinited States I bavieyer besitatd-t x. .

tvfssfty'fpr this, that the extremes will there al. At the"second trial after- that convention. onal Union the Whig. men ,of the North Mr. JOHSSOS.- You spoke my name. press'my opinion, that'I m'in'fagrOfth.

-feprwiented ---Van Buren, Blair, Disney, I received the largest Democratic jote sir,'I rejoice, and have ever Mr. CABELU I retract the name.-[Langhler. election of Milliard Fillmore forthe: PTMH

'rnd their marshalled forces on one side, and ever thrown in The district; after;rejecting ;entlemen of 'see'any man, Whig-or Democrat, .] I bare only-to say, that if this is tc dent of ,the United .States. I think"'th'

Rhett'McDonald' and Quhman, who were the votes of all those Free-Soilers.. did forward now coming backto; a soufld, con- be the end of .this Union organization, then conntry ia more' indebted to him"than any _

: !' defeated'in'their, treasonable schemes, on me the honor vole for me, it wasi.tillthe he old view o/ the rights of ibe South. I Las one,who, .though elected as .a .Whig; other'uiin living; for the peace and ijtd'etwt ..
1:yihe'iDtBef.' This for the purpose of controli5fingthi largest ever thrown at; that aeason of the sition cUbe my approbation of the views' have given -all.the aid 'could to strengthen enjoy. And I believe there is moral pbli< ; _

* 'national Democracy. And the edi- year. That, I suppose, entitles me to .consider larly at'tbe ;in the Jast message'of.the..present the'organization and to induce the Whigs oi patron 'resting"uponi the SouthV especaBy

; 'i4or hope*that the Union delegates will be myself;'in 'full communion: with ;the which'the' Governor'of the Sta'te of Ohio, my State to abandon their old party Brgani- Southern Whigs, and_indeeid,. Wall_ _r
; in attendance, to break up the plans of the Democratic-party:the State of'Massachu positiouCis they entirely'.at.variance- with zation and unite themselves with this, which misc men1"* to stand m* it ;- *** _

dre-eatetIkthl abolitionists, and graft the setts. If 1 am not a Democrat, there are no pies of Jthe : .before, lk.ele iion.; I purported to be the party of the Constitujotu election to' the presidn y, ,

CoaijJcpov e ;onjb ;'doclartioa,.of princijjles Democrats inJJe.wi England*? -That,is tba.. jio pji of J .But ifDemocraUl gehtleman;elected "
,.ana brFng but such a mad as Buchanan necessary and only inference. '.'. '' not be Governor 6f,"Pennsylvania, by this Union'organization, were to come agitationand 'we know, toO,'that",'nithut _
i:' I .ipr.the PrcBttJtncy Mr. CABELL. i do not desire a better illustration fined by.their is known that'as a member'of the to the Congress of the United States and ad his aid, those measnres would not,bare Weamassed.

fill*Above,is copied from condensed rer of the truth of what I have just en; here and 4'h, : of that State, he voted for with the Democratic party in their primary ., I can understand hovr Southern*,-
said, that there is'now going on a'change in lave been law of .Pennsylvania.;. He.vo- meeting callingnheir convention, and togo Rights men and Disunionista can Vote against' .
port of the deba'e, but a more accurate ref the public mind, as was once .said by a distinguished occasions Uw depriving the people of, ,the ; into that convention, we in Florida would him. But it seems to me that men "whoP desire _

". jiqrt since coming to hand, we adopt it. Mr. gentleman in the Senate in regard most tbV use of their jails for the pur re very'apt to hand him over.to the.tenJer the peace andquiet of the,,conntry; and '

CaVell! continued:J to this question of'slavery. We all know the their fugitive slaves.! 'But mercies of the i fire-eaters., ".- .I shall not are in favorof the compromise measures,aa _

Now, sic, if ihii creaks the sentiments what are the opinions of the gentleman who to,call the' opinion'and I give him pretend to say what their Whig associates, a final'settlement of the exciting topics'em
of the Constitutional paper Union party ofGeorgia bas just spoken, and he tells the House that certain iul rejoice at his election though in Georgia Mississippi should do. I donolknow.what traced in thern/are'bound to rally :'aroundand _

I to understand that that he received the largest Democratic vote ever many, was run'pn the ticket with others may do,*but I say, as support'Mr. Filimorl, for'noman"bu _

V jxation was, am perfected, not, as has been organ-.al- given in his district. That is' evidence of iyes 'nd a : elected a Judge by.the Democratic member, of that;party,,! would do more todereatthe done so much ,to preserve the peace and,by."v' ____
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.' -jeged, for the sake of the Union .and the what is well known to be the fact, that: In ast' ; why .is it that ,\ve: hearken* election of men who occupy thatlositibn raonyoftbe conntry, and 'jlp ; _
'it' the than 1 would of gentleman from qnion'of these i
Constitution but for the sake of the Demo- the State of Massachusetts "Democratic paper shows and attributing to; .States: Jin *
j. I elected to this House party, tired.of' being'without ofiice, as''the in relation; unkindmotives: \.when'a, Arkansas, [Mr.JOHNSON,]or my friend from they sustain a great principled / '
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.- as a.Whig bat I: one as a of those who were disposed bold out inducements to these Abolitionists ; .'MTie to depart from that jfojv (Mr.,'YEN ABLE,] or any.of ,those gentlemen not'- to be a candidate'for,the' Presidency.f .1. _
man; favor was that But in to sustain them. They met in joint Congress of ppsitio'n J"\* who have been ultra .wfiat. they deem laefence do not knoAV bow that is. 'I' need1.'TWtaYT
to "organization.11
let tell honorable friends convention, nominated some Democrats and renewal of.. have- we beard !the'most; un o{ Southern, rights.' 'Theybave de- that I shall deeply; regret bis witbdriiwaL *
domg so, me my octof slavery allus ;. made to the eived no'one., and I I. speakCthe sentimentajoi *-' *
ons sure,
it some Free-Soilers, elected, their men, and disparaging [ ? am.
.the members of the Union party, that was Union and *" _
State and I have thus stated views in'rejard nineteen twentieth the of th '*
hastily tpf
of Whigs
Secretary my *
of mine that should there- ousted the Whigs; .and the gentleman, enertaining mode by Ibe *; ,
I.- no purpose 'into Democrat they and that 'opinions which we all ,know except by f; .New, ,York and of other 'to' vbat.Ibeli vltoJean abandonment Southern.StateawbenIiay1be. of alljmeD,. <, ,' _
'by.convert to..be me their a if -this he does, has been sent here.by the largest thereof men who now act so' much irijop- oL'ttre.'pni ciple.on"wbih.the.Unionpanty'was'Iormed. ,is the man they desire4o seeelected! Jra. the-,' ., .",
'Beenu purpose, paoer Democratic'majority-ever given in his district. last 6es ion bf ;; opinions heretofore entertained I trust that the'courseeconimended next Presidency!; If Mr* Fillmorei ia conwpelled -' *' --' .
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the sentiments of the and the
intention
pealcs party '
.':'i- **: by the Union men of the Le- withdraw because he can not receive ,
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action of the Union men of the legislature late, and "
the opinion that it does. Mrn DISNEY, (interrupting.), I.was, busily the acts gentleman from Ohio,[-Mr*;TAY- ;islature of, Georgia vvill not ,be adopted ty the Totes of'Northern Whigs, Irannot4at : 2
(4eems to-justify of the that the engaged in writing, and did not bear the of toe friends -Wo"not noW see in his neat, had the Union party of that,Slate / --S regard it as an e vidence'that t hat.'pprtioif of .' ". .
I feel
Sir, proud position party gentleman,' but I have, been informed that evil!, if any, "pauloticr speech'whicn he did"a .'Mr.-Chairman-, [tenture to i predfct fthalrhen' myp bas'jesblved 'not 'torespect .tb*"* _
have heretofore has
with which I acted
and for the $ : : _
'that Baltimore section-'bf the' '
this floor, could hot these Union men go to constitutional rights .of
tear the commencement of his, remarks, heo6k ag ) upon my
occupied before the country. I am a- mem- ective, they '
: occasion to introduce.my name as havngbeen support for the the 'feeling of 'gratifica Convention, they,will find themselves in the Union. In'suchVeasef I shall 'feel 'myself
Jwr'of the Southern I believe '
Whig
party. published in conjunction with, the dent, or of seemed to exhibit itself in the faces >bsition, tbey were"'in,,the .organization of all at sea J .regular outsider '- <
3 it to be the constitutional party-the true cames of certain Abolitionists. greta, or as'i :: .Southern! gentlemen, when, his his House.. Those/'iIlolutiop5ill. of- I have shown;that, in thEptlsentoehion

"' conservative party of the country, opposed Mr.'CABELL. I read it from'a newspaper. man,of [Mr, OLDS] replied in a'tone'of in-J feted, and they.will bevotedjOum and>ome of affairsj5 co-operationi with thd Democratic
to all mere abstractions of the South, and to opposed-to :
defined
had bad the .whose clearly of rUniba
I will send the to the gentleman, and aforesaid, sneering, because he nan opinions are not party is'put quesliprt.The
Sewardism Van Burenism and paper '
Greelyism, bill will, nominated and abandoned the which
be can read it for himself.Mr. agitation upon ; to s'otefor tbe fugitive slave before the country be panty'has principles on '
all the isms of the North. I feel
other
proud will lsce.-. Ibis is itTHS formed and unless the 'Nohem, .
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DISNEY. .I have since, with.ihe per Signed by I openlyexpressed; my gra- they ac4 my opinion
of belonging to that party, because with mission of the gentleman, had an opportunity Henry Clay ; the standtaken by, the, gentle> to'what 'will", be.lhe result' of' ,thjs\Whole, Whigs,change' /position they have; bitherto *

.. few exceptions, the members of it are Union .to look at the 'and, the jemark William C. ) : Mr; TAYLoR] at the time; ,thi g "... ?, '' .' S occupied, Ias; a. Southern AVhignievefV? ._
men, and as Union men we might, without here made paper, With -it tho Clemens, ; s that/'every 'Southern man ,By g'olng into this cbnf enliqn; they,violate can and iieverwill: act'with them"1t would '' *' *
Iegitini'ately.carres liam M. Gwin '
nderinanyof our principles, act in felt gratified by it.' 'I should.like pnincipes'Opon'which'they"" originally'ased he wthgrIatdeuilty that' IcoukI evei -
Terence that I am and parcel of the C. H.
with the Union Constitutional part
harmony par- will fnr- bnin g'cardiJati forthi
to a Southern man theli organizatIon. They, go myself touuprt
Abolition in some affiliated point put
tty. It would be in accordance with the conservative party,:or degree George.,R not gratified with that position. ther1 and 'do what hare i just J now: stated* Presidencywbc'is 'cordiahly'supporP&bf" "
with of this
I avail
them. Now
principles of our party to abandon myself occasion Mouton, G. ; .. The gentlemanntisunder "hey will'nominate some such! man as Wiliam the distinguished Senator from New York .
to that I never did in life, cither : ,..
,party wunes and party organizations' act say my in Evans; .1 said I''wal surprised at.the OrButlerj of Kentucky, 'a man whose [Mrl SjsWiRD.3 ''.
with any man or.set of men, who, under a at home elsewhere, sympathize; Toombs Diter,Jctmet,,M. with l\vbich' the remarks made pinions are'not knpwi except' that be has I hear gentlemen say'th'atIbe Whijlpar "

new'organization, would contribute to''the he slightest degree with the Abolition' ; 'par I.MeLena, from.Ohioj [Mr* Ottos,! in happened to own some slaves, and who,will ty'will probably! do what I have said I .would v"."
I nevef uttered sentiment ia"relationo : '
: preservation of the Constitution and the ty; a S.; Havmond; manly and ,patrlot'c' speech of esustairied> ,; by Van Buren '& "Cb .as a' condemn in:the Democratic party-and3 t-. -
Un pn.: was'willing togo into such an that party, eitber'on the stump .or, [in .the amei L- CMr, TAYK- >affwas"received, Southern Rights man with Northefn'.penti; their cohVentipn wiirhoiniiiate'a man-'Oceo* :. ...

''organization, or to act with any. party'that; Legislature! of'roy Slate, but to'dehpunce erson, John .as that gentleman is not now ments,'dnd by the Southern,Rights fflensasne ; pyjng thlpasiiiO'nm'Of'Generai Buller'iind": rt.
'would 'out its hem; If.the statement in,that'paper ,ij a )eberry,; will have been asked what would nemy ou1-i
: faithfully carry principles., sball fprbear?to make anyjur- of themselves., ., I peter give my :
.. tt But I ask the attention of the House to air specimen of the intelligence of ihepeo- This' : 'tothesubject. upporf to a tnanr'whose' ;positipn is'not'definitely"and in'such a case?' General Scott occupiesjumsttbrelation'tdthe *
"theezsoni'which induced this editor to re ple of that country, I do notwonJerat. any tarid' by n > ; elearly nown, [ '. .. 'Whig'partEi'thAt' General n:;
:. That gentleman"votedfor <
commend that the Union should send doctrine'which the Whig party may'adopt Constituti : the WouU
Euch.anianiu Butler does piartyit
v
party ' : 'slave'-law* '* > :. ybicic.: You supported Deiipcratic 4 _
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known
there. \ ,. sures '
(delegatesto,tbe.Baltimore Convention. He '. jTbatjs-quite:*a'mistake.-t I support him t I answer unhesitatingly..'
: .. Mr. CABELL. I presume the reason why : ; ; fugitive ,. Yes.' 'But if.f can be for- Not I wilLnot suppOit him, b wilU doall *
did-nptYote.forthe;
the inference drawn sion-and i *"' **
t. r >*!The Union1 men of theSouth, in'our was' 'pf'wblcbjtbe', ,"'I have shown a sufficient rea iven; for that,J will nerer do the like again: in m power la",defeat"the election Tof'r"ij
that he, of
is (
.leman Jrom Ohio complains, voted name '
-e 'cpiaion1.can accomplish their purposes and the1 Union'party of"the"Soiih l beg my.Union friends .'and air.Southern man who,In 'such times'as tble 'withoM.bilopinions .
for the Wilmot formekCon. the *
provisb'at except *
commit same'error I the Whigs from' the public.Of -'-
C. 'establish their principles as effectually witb- into convention with the Dem* men not to
gress, and that he voted agaiqs the fugitive Mr.i go elec- this (1 man' WiIIsayTh*&
oinmitted during the,,last; presidential jstinguisheil .
V pat a national Unioq.organization with : .. ., ,
JTAHtT. r
lave bill in tbe last Congress. .. ; ) : f _* -* f t greatest
: iLr control States of read and
i iTbey now the Georgia, ..AvhicK .nave j '
nocralic '
ta Alabama, Florida, Mississippi,. Louisiana; Mr. DisNEr.. .. And'wbydidJvote'againstv his the sending of delegates I repeatsif; and I.j-tbinlrrjthis; 'should bethepositio&ofaltmeftWbO0TC age,'and that.I believe no man haievirU'e3' '' : '
name
jtt Union and bttI.4-.
much been
rea'- this, ; who has achieved so so
: iKratnckTj Tennessee, Vkginia'North Carolina. CABELL.. I do ; ,. &. givesT.the most conclusive "
Mr. not know. why *
,
-should be Dominated rew-arded or My'persoaal.tietations'with5 -
: appreciated.
before man ,
an Marylandr It is possible they shOuld not Jbevdone :I refer to that any '
will allow
'" MK Duxtr. If the gentleman '', Georgia, j the fdr the Presidency;or sustained by the South; bun'aresucb tbacmndividaaflyihis
teight rally in South Carolia InLwhicbl coaliiJon Between '
a'majority even the" "
' me, I will tell him.why, : / i /. and in the' his'opinions 'should;.be"sclearlyspread; upon ,election would be more acceptable.to m* :
lnaiThe Totes of:those Slates are not sufflCl"icient f ? Democrat*and the'Abolitionistl'ii
>toiferfsPr idfnt; but if thrown in \ Mr, CABBIX., I cannot' beinterrnptedinthis ; dft In this : ; ; ;Now,>yrVpinionis; that the record, .Nptbirig,,,!. think,'could be soi, unfortunate.forYthe tbanthat; of'any piber-man in this,country ibnt -
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I.waa proceeding .say.Mr. of I .
&flLCd into* 'national convention manner* 'has1: to wFtb.either country a'recurrence sir, in his'present position, cannpfiiw -
body a ; they tiothing"
e.J the eelection of a DZSNETI be*just to saythat Lye. f riendsrhow U thiak'theyhavena; ; the'incidents of the last presidential,election*. will npt'give hinv roy vote for.the 'Preaiden* ., "
airht sectrre proper canr:38tdiit .
( whpsa'electioa theywould place1 befriends ted against the, /ujcitive alavft law tecauw it the'Southf delegates to one Dnthft otber a?On this point 1 believe the Southern Whig cyand; ,itf'speaklng thus, Ithinkl-exprest '
;: and iecause be tnfdrevand of'the
was not stringent enough, party"nearly i undivfded/andtbewhole count the sentiment 8ouitbernWhfly&
iC.tbey
oxiwbv
L: 7ondadoizbt...;i t .- ; lieved, il'passed? it would become a'weapon hey have.-. : n.either* xe of them, there, iscerr,, frysbpald understand their position. The Uale i.be will'do"what the, country-have ft. .

' 4 '-- 9w, I ulc myU@io;* vvbyrwHb.O in tbe bands of.the .'Free-Soilera [laughter] future. ; : much to easohivfor -scndingtbt:lq, South'fihpuld not, and will countenance right to demand of him' ;spread his opinions ,.

: Jhti declaration, they should 'determine' ton'j for agitation.: ? *.. *' ,- cordial. as'tb'the1 Dem6cratic>Cp |entionr any'efforts,of this sort to attempt to conciliate upon the record, in characters' plaitlhaV' ;' -
!'K' Abolitionists; of the'Noitb,concealing he who runs may read-be caiunoV4besQp4. 1.

.ic jaib rh A.t6 the Whig Convention 1.i be.ij man is more,Southern than.tbe.South itself UYrWf U-IT_:_ '.' ir>'tn State the ppinlohsof the candidate'they are,called pp rted by them.v iGeheraT Scbt 4 indviiaRil* .
) eve. ey coald control ;either,.but I do hot and it seems very singular.to,me, that if-'be SoutbernW:" i upon to support."".!wish that position clearly If,entitled tote Support '6f all'coiBfof' :",
vihiak toy bould be represented in. either, really.entertains these sentiments,be;fiboold edin'this : { laid down by the membersof both parties. mtic1nln hipper.tirknV '

.4i Jthipk I may pledge myself: for ftbe ..Whig have; voted fore the;Wjlmot?proviso, and cariyro'at; ; | 4eiIousupOnthe prmncIpe.9f Bat 1.believe}bat a'scneme Ii' owoAIootdirCntdiyi5iQn Iast Congieae the oprnipaba *-bc _

.tflfihj4.iI ,tb Union partyjshewJd act against; a Wll .wjtbwhicb; Ute botbem Hepresentativcs Conventlcip. gcpafatiott'frbai'ibotnrtbe great, by'tbe members;pf be of tneie questions* *Wbils*

.n1irththein and go ,into the Whigi14ekoa were ati fied(> ; 'xWhensthey.arrAve the/Democratic;iiarty, tonomiflate,; at' man ry oi'War'sulweqaent totb*
( ,tb ,Whig roprewtvutire*would Mt. Chairman,' there rare, ft' good> many ouid'ptjt: ( ; country.th SiadkiSialttfWflwl'sbmiVpf ; whose'posiudnl; undefined, and who',will, ralTaylor and irevIou '-,* st.t; ; -_

1 ., saas ibLseditor.up thetdw4MIWtywonld.4Q nferencei.wbicb J'desire to make rtle4 In other States but I-cannol '-'- '- T wis6"tfocau'tbetattentidntof the spnat influent to the
; >d which they tioa p ; bcraticcaoeBs;j 'aMliating$ wthfDisuniovstt; ,
S iiipLwI ;nnl.s.you go.tbtr* to blp to for want of time,;:L.will.proceedTI |! f* plstbe,jSoath'ani.Ab6litionists;ol$ Nftrfh'" uor' i1ltinordertbatth: "p opk'theeselves = ;
Ibis iuk
:7w /
alitioo In MasfiachnsettsU too palpable, and L bilr I.&tIf..QPi0fl UPn '' jiia&when'ltef tt.ihi( t flodRArot.,1swh4ima
fori U ma : point.
f *towgardifl*, >e >, cnstiv&Mth. -' cloely.aIlied ayjcn* rejected&wt ?qpro':
ff aj& in iH tijrM which tt.DothDmPsn1VtPOWii jest 4.K O7 i V1a ae&who' ,$ mi* r> tipnivptingfor)U'nominee fefU tbe gentleman ffr"omMas-_ c&usMtt ,n[Mr. juS'opl! l as polt

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'f :*. demand something more clear, and de. ;jard,as.the flmpe) .*xpre wnNof; hfrftdi-1;; :1 lo 'i abl ; pplf tio f l'. t'iJarW ,'i." r'T'1 "''L ,r''' .", ,.:' LiNIq4WeJearnfmmftbeFfot&dian ', 5' .4. ." _, .',,. :'"I.I.8< -, ,." '- "!J'y"

;$ 'telS D&te.. ;We ,insist that our candidate vidual preference- of<.ihef gentlemen I%Hoi 1pn nn.:1EIUtlHI: .m ;bi) appropriated Joi'knteraaUrnpr9ve.. :l f '&Journal, Wntt"men taken OIl rAt and Massacre Act by f oner gAs m/ortwuf. a the *,,j.

!!i ball express his opinions to the-country, or lassed it. ,Upotj'this point,'these gentlemen e i ilo ; ment f :*Jt .!J that atu efCommunicatibn':of the Grand Otntnt Concha, on At aland of Cuba,CteMcm nmtut.tng .

& tfeat the nominating xonrention shall take a. not f1JJ eakvvex-o AMm'.s'i-To'the; ; Conven-1 : .].,'AC'XSONVltiI.E.e. -- : F" v 4Wfd o,'not" acquiesce, .iftJf. !|; a . v
f 1;:| 3bt responsibility doing so. We do not lion o"'tbePartymust grave "questian ; 1 v Wiwve W potfwfiat oui'i4 co-
beforepointed : elecSdlbfficers'foi the
i stand in of the future referred.In : ; i ing'gentlemen! were._ : 1 nw them Ontbatal'da7d;
3 mat man to the position, that in course of the Party be Thursday ebrua1T"26 1852. v
: :the North the Abolitionists can say be occu- the meantime,'!let our friends, in their emporarypf tbeAncienl CiVjr again advertsthaVMfrftTWb:8TiV present year: .S.'B.' STEPHENS,:Moat Wor. The gaflingebatus tint wa4Mm"

Iietbergrouri&mna; in the South that he primary meetings 'give'a 'full and;freeze? The state Xmnd* Constitutional. 'Action. / .oflh $80Opp,by shipfuli Grand:'Master, f C.dL-'Mf MnetfLLVDe 'S Prouder fte1kIie&thia sLtksOffiered&rkfozmiayountb.

fii' # 4 J4arocates Jhe Southern.,principles., p iression :of their! views, ,'and send.legates, : etc.:' ,etc. ;be5 Board. [of Internal.ImprovemehU.. . toward. t >uty Grand,Master'(.SAMUEL BOARD- ''. '- .. ,
I i t f'" .14rlImuD.; (interrupting ) One.. quesr to the Convention, instructed "to, ,carry ',out lYe' promised: in our Iaittoi6ay'8omehing : the'$2QQ:9Qitwt: } ).whtch the ,'pn/tingof/ the Grand Warden F. .WHEAToir o\:'Mldio'ufldi ofnTni Andinirttil i tna' "
KUrt '
Fionas of fact. I understand those and let await its action, with Senior 5 ; 'On "-
y to a matter "views, us in reference to the points i advanced by with marthed that dsy. ': .
be undertaken is ,
road to "
r,! 1M gentleman to say that he Is in favor of be firm conviction that it will preserve'the ..h 'Jvtrt: Afh" 'nth, f..lfrs' the article js proposed : ? .r TotGractWatden' '' -Drc:J.:'B.J T doe Toward'tb"K ii e.t.I1&u, tei areaa'

tml re-election of I1r. Fillmore for the Pres- ntegrity i and harmony of-tbe"party7'and*se- > > ', but authority J in the"tiharieri. which only ap loa, Grand Secretary; ; R.A-SHINE, Grand That'm"r'd tt'enA1guIned day i4' (
bounded
,t" toil and tconcertot.actionn 1 .i n.quT;preced ing ,i issue ,pn jnerrogatoriesmade ..two-fifths'towards :?IateriUprbranch" ,
"t i4.ncy. cure; unanimity ..p i ropriatesl ; ; Treasurer j:; :andj R yV, .DiIlinthw--" "- 'tI.- %r"? '_. _
u j -\Mr. .AEw." .genUtJemanI i, the., ,pproachipgcanvass.. i 'to us by bur'contempo I 1 ,roails, and not.towards a'sectioa, 'ofTbemafn Grand Champlaufc; "'IProudJj they dU though each sEjl!
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( JcnnotJlel.d.the. .
; .; i rary -ndJ the n l io'Ds'4raw there- ; 'trunk-uch as is now projected fromTaliahassee v eitbiIi6wi f'M ahctre.k41., '
1 *1' Mr.; Chromftt 4- ; The foflowingpersorsVetappOiflted: ,by Their land
I ; 'HIB.D Only a \or : i From the Augusta &ntfncfcSir. f rom. i own free -brav. hearU, tlai
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f t' "' ,',| lr.CJIu I cannot., ''My time is very' Fllimre In' ".TenneMce-Policy:: of In':" and) at 'the t 1'y, to the Atlantic.The .' :he'Grand'Master D'IfrjfATs"Grand Ora- '' 'They ne'er/may tread. mow,:7 ,
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; i i': oit. to ne l' Scott, notwithstanding ,- :the t1n1onP. ty. expressing'surprise! regret fourth conclusion, has been corrictedby to t;,J.'H.VERDIER; Giant .Lecturer j J S* : Then wa no q' ir.r ef the lip, -
: .&: high admiration of the man, notwithstanding The Tennessee jn U fearful_ 'dds;/presented :.by the ent(7)t( 'i the iae the proposed > tf j "
my Whie party nieit convention promrnente'we .to SlKMIS Grand,.Senior. Deacon, CHARLES 'No t ar rtood in the wye j. ; '-u- .4? 1AH ,

," 1 the friendly rlations'existingb at Nashville! ,a few. dayssince1, and J reply to.our neighbors charges,and our.own i improvement. of'the .St John's bar, as soon Ru&szLL Grand Junior', Deacon j' S;, S, f earien mid the ponp th y ttootU.;*. i' '
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J us,I will determined l to send the ,
delegates
I 1 +teen no Whig dissent from some of positions, tbeNiuJ aanfestundu time would 'admit. 'That came U iw them dU. ;,.
1 II ',' "" craticjarty do-take a man.without: National Convention,, whenever and where- in s' our: .:, ui'i;: KNIGHT, Grand Matshali'k.BIMBRT;GrandA. : .
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to "
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m endeavoring i ? i *
i ":?-exposition: of his :.principles., :Here let I ever it assemble. eagerness ': Pursuivant H LINDHAT Grand One look ?-- .i
: may ; 1 Verdict of the {Vicinage.Mr. : J. < Tyler. upon the frer Wtht.fuaFerchane -
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.f -1De lay, that it.is almost, if': not,entirely! too The convention was'largely attended, and enlist:us !in ;,a ,jointcrusadeagai: i st the ,defensive CabelPslniryj The of '
'Btlatefor '' "Rantoul replied ,toi:Mri;,, : following, appointments District, a thoughti,alght itrmy., "_
:: this gallant foldier to do himself of the State positions of ouiinutual Tallahassee '
early portion "
: n every' was represented. A "
moment o'er _
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j\: ,r Cv5jttstice; ; extricate himself from the false position .. The following.resouti6ns} showing frieni.We. q ; "Did. .he' consider=himself a Demo Deputy GraOd'Mas1erwere, also 'm de.-4. Of ,heart' ,.
dear friend
< far !: .
: l '; into which the acts of designing men he sensVof'the'convention' '.were, unanimously c ra!.!".,Denying that the Wjissacbusetts B. ;Southern District; GAD,HPMPHRETS'Eastern a1- '
'presumeiis:! superfluous us to Aaid naotiiDg tfood each brV4imiit .
t! nbave inveigled him. The American people adopted." say 'with" i i"Dr. M. WiDA- upon .
Democrats had, .ever* .bargained, .ant Distri4! ; ; "tV J t
,:and
U fled
,I n" sy1'asdid, theTrench to Louis PhilS' 'F that,: v hat construction, ; i 'the:Newt places! ( jiitiARO FrtXMORK'is '
t "* inay *? Tt_ % .. 7Z/Wwrf.Thnt the dee .rtyto attain their present position,and by '1iSON;Mddle'District, and.WM.MOaaizx, And lost the sigh that &Int VuInihoutlugiaJitiped. mtt
H* .
: 1ate. it cif the
I'I too has too fremarks w"e avefmade' .
', a. ided choice of the Whigs of-Tennessee for the upon 'any, 'oc; '
.: 'f""L I: "Xjog. llthasallowed him e1f to remain too next Presidency; and our delegates to ..theJNaionol ;; subject'of i the'Central Bail Road, or the,Constitutionality saying that he had been nominated 'by the WestenvDisirict.. ; : : ; ,

tJt DK'1Ifa false position, and it may now be t convention are hereby instructed to use all Democrats'of Massachusetts! 'over and over .The Hcr8'of. the Grand Chapter for the 3 ,'*'. .
honorable efforts to the nomination othe sale of the M eight I them kneel '
secure 'f this sections saw upon tbesodA
:: : ._ j late' for him to reme moment 'twas o'er ,
": in ,and 'f
'. iseqtfently the injury he'has. done himself. Resolved That the non ,. we are .not behind, .neighbor ;
bf we hereby recommend Democratic : ;
Priest i'.S B. STEPHENS
-' the :ever given q High.
largest: t vote ; ii Deputy The m b.matha fled act shew'dEach
Jones
;It "i think I can say with confidence, that.he, as fames C. for the office of Vice President of true 'devotJo,10.the"rigb 'and interests of away :
4iejipvv stands cannot receive the support the United States. -> : throwing out tbe'Free':oil vote"if> he'was, t Grand High Priest; 'S&MUZL'BOARDM&N, pro d'torm red vitbg5reAndnobleryetthoeformsla ; .
;' orir se tion"-of the State; and afejas ready ,to -
t I .-' .or.a;'.Ctta1Jle portion of the' Southern Rctdved Whig That National"we'have Convention an abiding will eonftdenee't'hat"tbo ..nominate resist encroachment, 'Ojoi.: 'th'em' whenever not a Democrat after'this,' and in full! communion <3rand King; D. G. MCLEANGrand Scribe; deati '

.' ; ( Whir party. In his present position,.if candidates for the Presidency and Vice Presidency with ttie"party?there"was i .none.inMassachcsetls. J.Bc-rAu.L: Grand S criaryD.C.\Vu.. That etrew'd .that bloody plain- ,:, .
,,! t t1t.'wnlunated by the Whig party for the Presidency who are sound on the Union and Compromise we are sensible it is attempted. Than all the bigot gronp Uut. tlafaned: '
L? ,!! believe measures and in favor of their SON, Grard Treasurer j'' R !. C. E. D'izi, :
: t ,I'do.not that in my State he maintaining From the inquiry' made by the Newt The heritage of,
r "' :?\rould receive fifty votes: anti am quite finality in principle and substance, and we there- t' \ To which the Boston Atlas responds: Grand Champlain.A .. .SpalLt1
1 articfe\vhetfier ''
t 1' ,i 4*)qre that be would not gel the electoral: 1 vote I fore making appoint said delegates,nonr nations.to said Convention to aida i a previou S Legislalure This-is.'a i !? : ;'beautifal.tatement-by Mr. Council. of Royal and Select Masters, They" sleep their" sleep beneath the IQ4., .',
u-of Southern State. I have been-told i is not expressly .fc.rbi4J Iea.by the. .Cons tu. ( 'Where sp b'steps ,tread, ;. '
"1.,. one by We can only saythat the Convention has RantouL The Democrate"iiewr bargainedwitfidnypartytodttainikeirpreKntpoiilion:1 bas been organised i In Tallahassee under,dispensation may :,!.t _
':, -oeentleman, that ev'enln his present po. tion to raise'any taxes'except for the support S Or meaner foot of slaves. insult ,': >

i t: *. .i ion te would! receive the vote of Ken- ,much greater Convention confidence, and the in the nominations'Whig National it- o f' goyernment-:!in 'connection,'with! 'its.'denial This is (a.* false 'a ;8talement! as,was.'ever granted by A.G1&cL&YM.D; ,: ., That'glorious martyr,dead... "- ,. ;, '

t i. .f iucky if nominated, hut I do not believe it. will makehan we indulge. We have 1 of the righi, of the Iiiteriial Improvement made: The rawer','they now possess in this SoV'ereignGrand Inspector General, (the Within that Und of slaves -'., .. ..

e ii'l appeal to the gentemen! from that State to i dca'that either the National Whig or Democratic no Board. 1 take stock. ,, .in the Central- state ':was' 'efle I d'byi': a bargain,with 'the 33d,'and .Secretary General! of the_ H. E. in, 'And'cowards cold they lie ; ,

jIJ' ; -?- earee out in the t cal atiun I now make, Conventions will adopt sound resolutions to Pree-sbilers. and ,Mr.', Rantoul ,and :everybody the Supreme Council of i the Southern.Jurisdiction E'en'doomed by those they cam to tavt

J.} ;that DOm, n will receive the Whig vote of in relation to the Compromise any Rail Road nnder tbe'prescribed,terms of the here' know'it.; "He playsfalse with of.the U. S. The officers are- THOS.HATWARD Who tamely saw them dleHattbegoldeusunuponthalspot'. '

t t ,ihat5tatc .who does not come out clearly slaver That they will both adopt a series charter-we inferred that one of. its constitutional the Free-soilers in the. subsequent statement : ,

: '., rt nanfully, and decidedly. and put himself o ambiguous> resolutions, such as those" of : objections! was-to the' -" application be makes, about ,being in,:full,communion. ,Thrice' Illustrious Grand Master r*i:,,
j 5
the record-who Joes not define his P.: !: H/'orT' Thos. ,BROWN Shall' shed a transient ,'
S
upon DcVAL.IlI ray
the democratic w ;
;
,conventions of 1844 and 1848, i ; .
of State all internal. \
at to ,i improvement iththeDeinocrats1'P '" ,
position in such that there be -moneys And flowers each sacrtd .
a manner can which Chase Sumner in ; C.; R.IhrwAari'Treas- upon grave
Giddings, Se ward,and il'al of-VVqrk ; '
:..If* ,/loo mistaking it. What the Democrats will Preston King, will support, and zealously as purposes." The-charter. ot-the. 'Central. 'The' ; .manifests. ibcdo1itythat'Mr.,! u re4and J B., TATzaM., .DnRecorder. With Dgwind.l,may pky. : '
4 do I know not. They may go for,Butler! or the diunionistsand secessionsts of the South, road neither authorized or attempted, taxation C bell expressed his,determination ,not to be < Bat flowers may craTe In pride to bloom.
It is named 'Mac1iayC lnciJNo.1." This i *
,' ; ,..eomeothermum' wndidate. I may make the we have no doubt-resolutions',deVigned to ; and we 'were. unable to .see'.:' that 'tbeCommisS found supporting a/1*'mum?:candidate, after And the golden sun to set,' -
'same declaration of Tennessee. mislead and deceive the people, and which t f is the bnly'body'bf the'kind: operatioh: in And streamlets cease to greet the day .'

; I 'Mr. POLK. The gentleman need not beun- way and'will be construed to sustain Free. imers'ofthe'- road residing in' Tallalassee hie experience ,in 'that, business in, ::184,8. t his'State;and.is the'first Council ever egu- 'Er we that dooR forget -

,easy. .General Scott never will uceive the or the xocioinetnbersof. the Internal Wonder what party.it,was ''thatsupported '- :
soiiism at the North, and 'very'opposite ;' l lady.organised.by Dispensation or ,.Charter I H. T.
:.ote of that Stale.j.j" at the South. These the Improvement.Board,contemplated! the "jnun ''-kle candidate in'18481It :' '
., t are opinions we any ,
i in Florida., MISSISSIPPI: SEXATOBS. The, Legislature
Mr. CABEIJ. I have no uneasiness. I : -
V enteitaiu of the probable action of tbe'ivvo\ such thing i in sanctioning the appropriation "

,**fl; .gentlemen, from,Kentucky and Tennes- parties. j:: of f the iwonftbs'tods grading,the section appears to generally "agreed" thaih ArjriTal of,U.) S.Trjops. Mississippi has elected HonvSTErazxADAMS
'
.' eee. to correct the stafcrr.ent I have made.vbereif The South, if she would 'act in concert i attempt at amalgamation,:of the Florida arrived .' .Senator, in'place of Jcrrnxm
: :; I am ,f the road, 'proposed.' If, therefore our co- The steamer FonVa here on
: wrong. bas the power in her own hands, and could "' De-nocracy,." Convention, is,to be undertaken Thursday last direct from Charleston, bav- Divzsd( H n.WALTER Bab u, 'place
#t t :.1 vejeat sir, the Southern Whigs are determined elect her President without But temporary: denie'the constitutionality this "
., ., as far as they are concerned, that there local difficulty. at Madison 'C.: H. 'on."ths' third i injfon.bo.rd two compahiesof, U.; S..Artillery of Gov. :: Judge ADAMS'is:a"VaktDimocrat
are too many aspirants for place, railroad scheme and in connection with it
:irj *, no man States shaW whose be elected President of theUnitet the only hope for whose success, in the estimation the action of the members of the Internal Iond 1"in" April,}and'that t county- con Capt. -Swartwout Companies commanding.H and I, 24. Regiment, Officers : and Mr. BROOK. a Wbi, .,
-opinion is capable ofpresentation. of their friends be held !?on'tbe t -
is in to vcntions! $ are[to simultaneously .
.4 t L If a man is in favor of ihe old adhering I Improvement Board, who lend it their sane I Capt. Swartwout, J st Lieut: Cook, 24 Lie ut.s.: Florida Ball Road.

.. ;.":ibe settlement of these questions, in the such expressions party organizations.Hence of confidence as those we see of I ion, and if he also applies the case ,the third ,Saturday in March.: 'The ,tbing i Butler, Benson, and' Perry. ,. The stockholders in this Road'met in this

r iiame; of common sense, why does he not the Tennessee Convention strict of the will be'done.; __... .T.h.ecttroopereeredta : and city.on Wednesday.1as, for,the purpose of
issuing from various terms prohibition against taxation there to'. to the senior,officer the ,
,,come forward before the world, and put him. report on organizing by the appointment of Directors.
I'. : l'\t' lf upon the record,and say so 1 In that sections the of the fourteen South. he virtually abrogates any authority for A. H. STEPHENS, of Georgia, has written Gulf side, who we understand.will, Gen.: Without accomplishing the object ;of :the

.; Suppose Southern States ihe of internal truthful and letter the Union Childs who' is' daily expected, from Pensa- meeting that ,until
> vray all doubt would be removed. We will should unite and their application State moneys to a manly 10 I on day they,adjourned
"bold him liable tR the cast votes for any one cola' to take.command.,. What ,connection .Thursday, at which time the "
*
of double
i imputation candidate. Such mi i improvement purposes: party of Georgia, protesting against i ,it companywuorganized
ht'r be
thing ;
a
: adily this movement of troopa has with the reports by the election ,of :the
and of
:ealing, desiring to pander to the fa- Jo"iDt
j done by nominating a reliable man upon'thecompromise Our not immediately expressing oar grati. t hrowngftselfintothe&rths i of either fth T '
: of Indian difficulties informed
,. officer and
.. natical abolition sentiment ot the North. we are not gentlemen as Directors:- C.
;J>t Northern Whigs clearly understand this and question, and of enlarged, liberal fication at the proposal of the scheme to im old parties i in advance. We shall give it I but it may ,onlybe: intended as a., mild per. II McGechee, Esq., PresidentW.D.cMoseler.
conservative views
.:.. Jfact.'I assure them there. is no mistake about that.have hitherto in-relation divided to other' prove the.St. 'John's! bar, does not warrant the place in, our next I ,.ntosive to. aid Gen.,BlakeV negotiation! for i Esq., Treasurer; Edward. ,Housto."Esq.'
1 ...j questions parties. I *peaceable removal.'-Neut. Secretary;and J. G. Anderson, B,'VValdo, !.
'
remark that riotice in
Does ii:4:"escaped our our, 'ar- II
0 1 regret that the time allotted to me will I I any man suppose, that with the vote It will be seen what,is the position of,the t *-U.1 S.;: TROOPS Iron FLORiUA.--Fifty-pne: H. Bronson,.G.,& McClellan, Richard Hayward -
of fourteen
.. not permit me to say more on this point. But be would be defeated stbe'election? in the House) dent desire' to promote other' objects of more M&cori Journal mid'Messenger under its new I recruits, en' route to Indian Rivftv Florida, I and R.A. Shine, Esqrs.j as.Directors.We .
Such"a ,
could
result I
:- h ;it, is, perhaps enough to lave stated this scarcely be possible! when the .other questionable utility." The experience olour control'that' 'of':'MK Nesbit. The change i to join their companies,Land F 2d aniilery.' understand that the subscription of

$ proposition. I have deemed! it due to ihe teen States would be divided necessarily seven be.: ,cotemporary i in, his editorial l sphere of ground of.that i' would indicate J how arrived here yesterday morning 111(the barque $$1,600,000 the.name,of Doff Green and

I .peopleor this country'that the opinions cf should bay taught him.that all .things can paper Exact, from 'Ne\\'York.; They are co.n-'' associates' ," taken r sometime last week,

$1 _,.aspirants for the Presidency should be clear. tween There two is other abundant candidates.time to accomplish altbis I'p not, be done at onceand'that'our: 'hebdomedals -:. far its original proposition ;;is. sustained, bytheUriion' : mantled by Lieut.MERCHANT, and will leave !has been,withdraw n.'flo. $ Journal .)4t4

:*; Jy understood. .1 have introduced this dis. and for the Union : party of Georgia. Mr. 'Chap for their destination as soon :as they can be inst. S -
of the South .
r, ? ,'cnuion now, .that gentlemen 'representing accomplish it without difficulty party ,and certainly to p pP d'impose limits,u POI1.our;room.'and regulatlpns man's; position seems to .have been:one of provided with the means of conveyance. From the ''Savannah .

** the ,various parties of the country, and .the without any affiliation .with Freesoilipm., upon our time.- VVbile, i ; the Oclawaha' hise, crotchets a sort ofextra: gyration, previous : Savannah Repub.'of.&tUTday.Tho'latter'mentioned'detachment'abo Florida Contested GearXf Election.WisBtxciTps. .
in t friends of the numerous aspirants to the river;certainly comes, within the ol :
range :
The idea that such a party would necessarily to leaving the stage. : are IX C :Frtu'f.I .
I Presidency here, may enlighten the people be.sectional is objects' to which, the ,derived : ;
,. of such ahor"ethet' imaginary proper moneys rivedbere, on Monday !last.in the,IFe/oio, saw a few days ago;a copy ol your pa
on questions general and vital interest. '
''l4: Let the people have light and they No party can be principles from the.lands'may,be applied,'it, maybe Washington Uniut'" d the Savannah L under command: of Lie'ut. MERCHAKT. '.'.They, per of the 29th"'nit., in which there taa communication .
,
.will are based ,upon the constitution, the preservation questionable whether i&e improvementof.'tbe'St.Jobn's'bar" Georgian, are, thumping each'other"Iostily. of,a,VYashington rorre pondent
[ see to it that none but a good man.of r of the Government and the faithful are to reinforce, .the post at New Smyrna. '
lie ft i is desperate less, a portion pf which /is devoted. to a very.ua-:
some party shall be elected President. : can considered I a 'more ; though protracted '
execution of the law and the national -
com
just misrepresentation of mY' friend,.Mr.
ii&'l; Should the of neither : Important.
politicians party have under. -cooslitutioual specification, ol r ,encounter,.than has1'been going; on I *
pact. Senator from F1 rida. Your-
Mallory, o
rp We informed from reliable -
the moral courage, and sense'of justice, and / are a source,
propriety to spurn from its bosom the Free roads, canals,' and navigable streams.TOver *p. between- ,'tbe" 'Union..": and the ,Souihern' PresaWe ": that Capt. Jernigan has received authority respondent[charges' him with postponing the

t ',Soil faction, the people will take the matterinto.their Internal Improvements. the latter, the friends jof. the i Central I 'have'omitted, .to mention. the official I from Gov.' Brown'to raise..a .Company o'f r consideration of the contestant's'claim-- for

;. ,, own hands, and a third: party, We'are glad to see"theXfolio: ing'l.ibera1. Railroad might'claim aid 'n.preference, upon I announcement of the- 'recall.,of, !.SMITH e. fifty Mounted.Voluntwrs for.the protectionof i some reason unknown to him. Now this is
article in ttae'St.'Angnstine4nci nt City of altogether untrue-for so soon MrYeIeshad .
; IL planting and maintaining itself on the Con- the I the settlements about Fort G.itlin and an as .
: 3 1 ctituttpn, will be called ti lreside'over..tb the:31st nit. 1f breathe the:'right spirit -score of ,constitutionality, Inasmuch ,as Esq. from the Secretaryship of Legation i to order from Capt. J.- for'provision and 'stores I -presented his supplemental ;argument

destinies-of Republic. My purpose.is to The 'Ancient, City; however,'is mistaken in the Constitution makes no provision for sucb I Mexico. WILLIAM RICH;of Massachusetts, I was brought here yesterday, by the steamer' MrMaJlory'replied: 'tor it within the shortest

J-? elicit debate ; and seeing other"gentlemen the supposition St.: Marks is: designed I. external improvements, as, the" removal 61 f r bas been appointed i in:hi&pTa e.Ve learn I I nom from Like Monroe.' This looks, bet-' possible tim\'and ever since theiutlw' whole
to be the Western terminus':' of the road.7'altahassee ;. matter bas been in the,bands of the Committee
Jacksonville
.

-
A anxious address the ligerant. Nevs
the the JFea.-14.
to committee, 1 yield bars to facilitate 'commerce between different from from (
: a gentleman Washington. tha t '
Sentinel .. appointed by 'the .Senate,, to
.report
jfloor. i___ ,."\ 'are'glad! to perceive any movement States. And that this,may not be in the ground of recall of M!'."Smith Js alleged I has We been are altogether authorised misinformed.The to say that :the ,News Governor upon it >' -'**

!;. ''Ppdtlon. of the Maeon Jourual & Mesaen- whatever in the matter:of Internal Improve- terpreted 'indifference: towards the improvement improper'connection:with,the subject of the hu given'no'such authority, to raise The 'statements.of 'yoaf correspondent

.t *: ,' ger. ments': We have bad ,the hope that' Jon ; :of,'the St. J hli's bar, and to.the Tehuantepec' ,route. :The ,allegations were! troops nor to purchase provisions and s'tores-. werenotonly unjust to Mr.:Mallory, but to
.v" *It islcnown bat the Journal IrMesseng, r, ere this we might have chronicled the cornmencement application! of the."pneumatic"".or other -Ta1la1iaseefloridi4rn4 Journal your party, and lain, fearful S they:were written
maJ before
,
any at and 21st.
Washington action : '
i 'under its late editor;urged the Union party and vigorous prosecution of ,8 i that rt } was .' to manuiacture apital against ban in hi*
: Baltimore! Conven- principle' to, object*we. rel'lark.w ehould t taken them -at the State .
to'send. delegates to the Railroad between.theAtlantic and some upon request'ofSenatoiMorto Jenny Und Married., own where youi aper-has Mten-

tion. The subjoined'extractViii serve 'to point on the Gulf J( East Florida, but,'we heartily second any effort oujthe..part" of our time was allowed to'hear from MrSmith" A Boston paper of the 6th thus announces: sive eirc laticD.' Itbink.it wouU be advisable -

ffiU -c, chow what is its present, position : cannot learn that ant .steps'JD the matte community to embody expressio"n of their! ;; 'Three, 'weeks were 'therefore. permitted ,;'Mrv Otto G ldSchmid of' to correct thefalse: impression 'made
'toi send have been taken.: 'in : ,pianist Hamburg, by them, through the same medium that conveyed
The.objection ou r" ing delegates' to recently wishes to our delegation Congress,.tha to when '"
>elapae, 'nothingbefrig'; was yesterday married in this city t liss '

tI
Baltimore is that those Con We that the friends of the Atlan I' the impression.
:t or Philadelphia perceive : :
be
they may prompted, tOgeipOnthabody ceived .from the' I' Jenny Maria .Lnd'of! Stockholm.- ,
incumbent''seieta the -They : "
and Central Ronte -
I i mentions .will composed of ihcongruouselements. tic Gulf ; ; are bestirring married '
of were under'the"
the Protestant
r The Free Soil party of tbe"Nortb themselves In. favor of' that-project and sofar importance attempting\ new,appointment, was made,, This.is ihmere Episcopal 'ThEAONoLIA.-WeJearafrorn;a >centlempn -

and the Disunion party of the South I, as we can'judge j ,from the, details! given I, Without. -taking 'time' .to' 'riffer t, in order. to' ,substance:of.a verbal(statjment_to, '"usjwhich.we ; certificate form; states The application that'Miss Lind forthe is marriage i ,-who Jives in the.vicinity,'that,efforts

mil mingle together with union men in those with'some.prospects of success. '\ e. havealways'regarded all the points, presented in the articliof i the give for the, information of bhr ,and Goldschmidt 54.: 31'yearsof' .' nbwbeing attached made to save the parts o(the
age
iI machinery to the 'wreck, and that
Conventions their and the adea o extending this '
.their ulterior objects king under the, principles comprehen.sivjand I. road longitudinally'ugb the ,country. to New,-we, : submit 'that we.do not think i the readers, without, pretending t. to :know" .arij' 'Mriand< ;' .' Mrs., G J.D "IIMIDT' left Boston: tbe body of white man-hameunknown)

', r. convenient names of Whig or Dem.ocrat I. Pen'sacola.'as, entirely impfacti abl .. The, assuming of'a proportionat expense by the thing of the merits of the case. I the afternOon;after ,thefr-marriage( and repaired supposed to be cabin passenger.;.was found

I and seeking, by,this course, to get out best route for East Florida is undoubtedlyone State to internal improvement,"in the manner directly.to Northampton, via', in the boat when the' laborers, succeeded in
St.. : ,cl the minority at hOme and to renew oav commencing at Marys provided by.the'charter of:tbe Central Railroad '
the of
'tidhal relations with their parties. The Free at Old, Tampa, where,.good harbors ,,comes' 'within ;the 'probibilion! of : the torn' :, Europe;* reports,were rife' of_an. eX: (by grace railroads: ,) whereJtheyjwill Hugh, Maguire, :.a. passenger-:,has floated

...Soil party bas grown np under 'the prganiluxations would be secured at both ends of the line. pectedwar; '"between, France ,and : 't side"'for, the' present, at "I least. ashore, as also the. bodies of all the negroes
England '
St Marks will always .' Constitution against pledging the fail).i The ;Springfield lost, BO tar as, .cant be ascert&ned.+.
of the Whig and Democratic par: A.road terminating at arising, .from a'projected invasion:of the latter Republican announces; the S .
; ties. Its'support has been courted Ly .both labor .under' great difficulties' on .account or credit of the State to raise funds for any ; warbler's marriage i" bef llowing playful Repub.. ,

t -I (/of: them, until i it has attained the dignity of of the cboalness of 'water in that harbor corporation.wbai ver:?' by.the, (or ispf..Prlnu Napoleon 'The manner:. \Ia., iFiiuioRc is KEriV rr. The

a balance.of.rower party, and defies them.I.I ; .but still that,will be no bar.to*,the:uses The NriD* sets down:.the'following! i as/itsunderstanding i English'ppeia:,gave:accounts'cf: extensive .'The deed Frankfort, (Ky:), .CommonueolA that
done
.I .; ) political importance of a. of,the'road, and it und6nbt. ,dly'.a' prbjpct of : prepa.ratioos.'to 'strengthen'-thedefence's, of I Iold'.Mbi was at Bosfon/Thursclay ,the Whigs of Kehton'c.oQ t ''held a meeting
:--Northern faction, fear that uhequivocal of advantace'to.Midde! Florida: our pOsitions-which ,we morning, and the happy ,bridegroom ,I is;Otto .
: we no strong, I- veiy great ; i' n, Qn'der\be'immediate direcon|) r at,CoYTngton,'Kentuckyi on the 24th nit. at
;: expression of opinion, .will .be and a united portion of.East'Florida.The .. shall, "'disconnect and answer singly/, '. oJ Goldschmidt the'pianist at her:Concerts; whlchr they approved of the SzatConen.twa
made either the the 'Commissionerobtaira ,First Our the Duke of Wellington By,the latest advices ,yyill! the lip: ofthe, husband -seat,', tvOice'ofthe .
,by Whig or Democratic ConventionsjUpon I- plan proposed by, 5 cotemporary contends for- the j' '; b1 be held on! the 24th of'the" preneat
$ / the issues which.we must pre is to' *a direct subscripljQn! :'sayS250:0 constitutional i right of ,the Board:of Internal I, these feara.have .subsided. It would be"superfluous virgin songstress 1 .How-'"was! month, 'and, appointed delegates attend it.

f ,wnt,'if,we are true to bur principles. These : O, and the" State" will then come in Improvem nt' '10 make the State'a' stock-bol, 'to''speculate l upon''which side'the ,it brought about ?. Why,were,we not, :>poiken The meeting says also expressed an ooaai

t1 t > issues will be blinked pr lost in the affirmance.of : for 2-5tbs '$100.000'more, which1, they der in Rail-road!-!Incorporations.i ." sympathies! of' : incline to about the matter V Where, are 'the r mous preference for,'and
AmericaVduldi accordingly recommended
old and obsolete principles and the to invest"principally i ,in'negroes,and ci ; : Ii")0.; rsuch going to !live t What did she.wear J 'Wasshe'econtiJed '
party propose ; :Millard Fillmore
br bec.ause the
i ;YVedcMDp\lppnten'd. .jLjjis t th? would neJttLWhircandidate .
'I avwar.j.They ebrowjiinthebalance ;| ; : ? Aa.avhat'atb'COnIU .
,:_.tatemeotofT.ague.an unmeaning generali-; gradethe road, and when graded 'sell! :'the for the
.: 'ties; and ihe identity of our:party together: negroes,and invest it in' iron as' far as they: Board.>f Internal,I Improvement:is{no where against" rrant an,usurper M ever tion of :the :country ?'' Well we'll*begin; preSidency ,, '
'
I jnrith its priiiciples, will be swallowed up" to will go and borrow ,doe balancewantcdo, i thus empowered'an4. because,also l ,all."apjropriations cheated.ajebpleiby'4'ilippery? tY n>.r- again' for,in the excitement' of the v occasion :PRiaddpkeJmrl lL,
.' President. 0r if the whole! the" 'of hc addition 1- of' '. we have fairly run ofi" !theivtracH; Nobody ,
;piake a > subject security \comptetedJn rapney 0 internal.i.improvemeiitsandother.purposes'are A MARYLAND SLAVE R.u)n. ..A
-of the i of receive ', of the ) .One of the best jokes of'ibe is thought Jenny Lind.rWas going to Mr, ,
; ,compromise slavery agitation, they expect lo a .grant : ; ,vested by the: season the :marry st.ave;;!namedJohn !,' belonging to "
is not (as we anticipate it will be,) thus,vii alt r .t'ctions' f public' land ,along the C nstitl1tio J iu the ,General : t etateinenttbat one'of the candidates'for Governor GbldschmidVyet'it 'wa very,nat t1 rat..'that John.Pinckney, near Annapolis,.. arrest

,' tually ignored,yet wecannotloresee to what line, out fthsale. of, which enhanced Assembly. bf New'Hao.p' hfre' 'whd lis' "' :' she should be emit Mr.Goldsehmidtand: I Itbat'Mr ed in'this city ibis! morning, and sent back to

,..trIDea"c: may be. forced to'subscribe, by values they'expect topay"01l'-.t.he'indebtedness r. Second.' He approves of thefpresent 'organization ., ; ; stnmp* Gods' h' uc r should' ,bef: ,..goldsmitmjrJenny Maryland in the express: train'this evening.

4 ; ..entering Conventions :where Fr -Soilerd, of the roud. : of the Board internal'Improve |sri,. tleiStatef'tgot sbine ;ttirty! ihifeV'intoCanada ,:! Lipdl :Natural
.'"Secessionists, Abolitionists Disunionists, I;1- ." :'This plan'looks, feasible i l and we see:tnodifficulty meat, by which the absolute ,control"-of'.the ,)making speeches to the'provinciatebefore ; who thought that'while'young Otto, the did not deny his identity, alleging years: that, fet -
'
L :' _:: :. lerveotionistB and Sectionalists of everyvkind if .I it is aerkdtbroughwittithe requisite whole land fund:ot ,the -Slate'.is', placed in ',be knew be was"but of bis owp'bafiiwick" blest, drumming.tlje piano strings; in an.accompaiilament was truly glad,to return to his old mister.

: '% will.be admitted. to eata.' Such are amoAnt'Ofenergy and force applied !the hands. of a few U officio members, resid r, !tObervoice,8'bwasfingertug' ; ,
: It Vvoujd be' difficult 5
'
.: ;it. ing in oue' town",of the State. .. fortLatcahdidate .. lsb.eal1'strm: in {
Soor;: fears if delegates appointed by the Con to .:There are'enQugb large"capiallsts in s. '' ' > 'accompaniment to GEH.jScoTT OJ'lJREDTBiPusmUri or
w rsutiitional Union party are received by eitb. Middle Florida to secure'tbe.ambunt neededin d 'We'dVnot'approve of the
,: 5' *,er they Wbig ,or Democratic Conventions.-: the'outset, and 'a judiciousVand: :carefulmanagement.wetthink I ash i??; (the Bpardt(of Internal, Improvement; eastern..boundary 'f'. has pluckedthe"roseandi, lit: wishing, *tb- aJact in.the histor ,of General Scott that wehaye

$. t ,, Bat will they be received,I From the dev l- would givesuch' confidence thinkt should be land i: -. -- wedded patr' aLI .earthly4happiness,:as, weinost'sincerely nevefseen mentioned; before.. It states

k ';7 < <: .,opements which have been made thus Jar, inIbeyospectsoftheRoadas ,to ( .so modified ,as to give .' The!releasedCubaprineraye 1 :sa.ile! I. :dbjwebeg-leave; to>: auggut that an'offer,was':made,to bbt' ia the

t, .: :.this is more)than doubtful;' and}if, they are induce foreign, apital4be brought.in. 'Ai 'mt re.eqfatio ',the' influenceofihe. from,the polft,ofW'igot! in.paihj for Boston tbarthefifJ" !'carflfttifrsgraO'eyielde d ,"by, city of'Mexico,'atet t5-.capture, byMTtnlof

r !: x'refused.admittance, they will,return.wuh the to aJJ.th ton6Clseaboutno( wanting'' for rent e tidOsof the State"therefnTBe 'law Thrasher bas alsabeenreleased. .: .1.the"flower' ."" ,.b-?'-named"" (,'. OTTO'. '_ or- ROSES', w the wealthiest persons ID/the Rdpablie r
t : ; .-.brand of ign'captalan4 all'Mbat sort of ; i a.' .".'. ". : .: -. .
.', j sectionaliteuponthem, having:- : thing'the organizing the oardseemvtO'rconteniptatiimclj J :: ; ; "" : 'f' : cjioii1ic: to'ma.: ntain' him President ofttWjB4fpaltlicj >
:,."if' b1i6 ed,tbe, position: of independence ,which, least,we, say the :better. We!:'do want it, -amendment' it only i' ,Em i oiTO C .ii T6 'CaJi. ITEM*;"Romor says,. :"the with' ::mnch'of hfs:army.atlwouU kf
as' constitutes the Virginiadelegates will
t : 'lor
:; Tote' :Casr
,
We fof
1 ,!ty.now occupies'and lost the pres- and:all ,ecanget.. Want other 'people : .wi1iisgJoiernaitintheCOunUydMil t&t
70P:: W, jts recent victories. '1 id.l liujld'ouirRaiJroa'ils: i ; while:we are'making officers of,the:!State,' ben is of the Cot Sugar'and L mberwhalI J the l years ago 'Tbe'rusbof YicePresident.! The"Ke tackr delegation,
'1. : }qJ\YJ.1II. tbdrulpoll Cotton, ; emoiieyby1t I Jiin 'lietng.'r We'think/.b9W"jr, af passengers is to twice for
; Boiler; but'will '
'' \' iatonI srfjion party of Georgia 'We, 1 tba.sartionhat / As an iadBcement to'sctethitcT)
.6 J tli'eJs44'undo1 ; ,
{ SratbobandoteBardLi are engagad fall c !} fors.mdre than then 'for,Cass. -
k.,: jConvetition' 01 Vctrust'thirnatterwill| f oH nd( 'like-sic: >* ; : two months ; w vr ,$' '
& the thw !
( pwer, the, part r; \ ; ''ahead genUeraea hounJ th de* toSetUi
< Stite) : } andJargO;numbers ;!The
t 15 placed t ;are prtparirig to [ ] GalvestoTuu.ciili; ; has how '
in ,
: 4njo: 'ftsatmbled in .tlilledg r.trt'anf; many :Floda projects ; mere' talkhmokEt d upon him the sum ofoh'i; mtiikMPef ) *
Il of goo by i sa4ing l veuels I around' ed the Sam
r. ,ThalConvention has been called by io bail,finishedvandibandonelenterprises' d not borne vbut by:facts;" .anything :which : Capeilorn:: Honstott flagfor-the:Presidency i Tbia eplendid cwasdeclia d1P.tbflen.eralth'ecarcety'a *
J Ja Legislative Caucus of the Constitu- 'There fs'soniehqw % odd: k1I'A'plt- .t ',','w. T\os-.lps hay iTustlbeen taken up in New as have also mostof! the' Deaso,ratic papersid iBometUVdeaeMtMtiea .
York to iabanas *
1' 'i j.onIt7oiou! ;: party!\*.4.fb uld tie'held.ersWe I; ofgas l in: ulortdatemperarnent: but;1'a' Yn ',H e acquiesces In JbWppropriai! &nd $J80 g< ; ftt20tf; for firsfabinscWoner'&u r : I The the. States, ; :v? : ; The merit of this sacrifice C *J 'JW a)
foCsecofldcabinpeeenger
selected unwhlinnesi, 'ouirselves.iVe tion*h the'whole.of; bet Internal l L Coooectic tWhTg.Stat CooventionNew.
: i t Va4id.best wen shioald be great toi help ,; >impro ve- alsoben: : ** Sa ipArath&grcter1rOia'a coa.14iaioa c|.
ll
4 wish the:St and'Tallahassee Road meat fuiid,to'the' ose'of tbi Akenpt&''c t d: Th1JrsdaY.tMarcI 41bi at:
.;, "*s &leI..to jhat Convention,,and coming Mary ?e rpor tion ri l thebrrnstaesofG.Se.Hwbq
"' '
.. will God-- -d Dd"t 'beglaA t "tO* f*raldijDi. the ceiiJral I; Rail i road t I ,ortt'pas ,rswitbo, ,.. \ caj Ji :: Ravea-. '' z.At.i'iu ': w ll ?
.r .Jrom the people they expfeM"byV'on.'tbe je : ,: ;: :alibobgh'1.ne'qnotesthe f.I't''#. ,t : { : (t :; -, .- fprUhe last 'twenty 4yer bw* but ; 't
e' & b f I}w :$ : t gel cohnlitu tion of Florida 16 that .<.1\ -" t A' ; .
:; : willof: :the .masses.of f. the piv mflt n ; 1 show* Mit 1 >T6tr mmeotwge entSioT e > : "' parathsmaWsajdf *
,lf41I.; The third resolution of tbetqtsl-, the Road built so:as to benefit 'oar'owh'Jsecothers -. shall be the duty,of the' Assembly'as'soon AnMricanrArt Union''Lottery teve rjast'*,an' {.!T& ;tEGx i.Tvadjo': rOe'ii2itdjt los -

I tive Cauciiis advising that Delegates should tibn of'the morelwe1\tiJl (n0t1oppoe: 5 as practical, to'Mcertam'by law proper :objects Aoanced 'thal be t'dr WDg."UIPOaitiT! ( : fl0th1ios&'J; without 1ectrng'I :

I be sent under proper instructions to thetBoocratic 'receiving the benefits tbet.may deserve improvement relation 'to rood ii take' paCeOntbs.! '30th., :.0f. Mwh r United ftStatea'ttSenatorr. t ratlCceed'J' 1r' : The jFre

$ Couventioo I Biltimore, we re t.. _by their,foresight and energy., canal and navigable! ttream$ ,and to provide. month, ,'. ,- next' CI.QtE.s!rnal i improvement in,1853, or bill.passing. .the' geneiralio nominated ate Gorernor.FRANCIS Giuirr' 45' as their ctttfc

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derm,of cold dnr tit titgft//rom : Entered. :& '.- .. .aj..-win practice in the Eastern. Southern

ft*lit ; Circuits,lbs Supreme Conftj f-the.State; and la '-,'_ '--' ,-,-- *----.'L----4- _''"'-_- --_--_- .,---#'-. i tUBSC1lB. 3woui& fZl .
the
nd.4vt, 182, 'Alto tktdirtctio* of tht wind. Sch, H.W.'WemngtonjWellijifpiYOTki -;, :of Florida UrS.DistrictCo- rt for 1Feb.l9,1852.-tf th* Northern District, : coN Gates;on tIe-:16tb: inTh Seiate, 3begleastoi -3

wwkL' Clearedl : the b11 *bheh bad been amented by tle :',-, ,- Inform thepnb.3 -
vPaastngera. :. -
W1n None. ; : ft6use, maku'aii) afrants gna1'wi4 3-: i'-iIethatbebaaIakeit the Store formerly kept ;; with their contents"The Safe'toa*b'

,, ;_ [Commission Kerchiants lQpor-ted frOm'tBCothittecon.p btj .fJir.-PiDew:$ ;;where he Ca.defied the dames and brought eat ItivQatsea
without
-- a mark:cffin npoa then fMB.
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DOW selling off at cost;in order,:
Per steamer Floridafrom'Charleston, Fell.19. 154, Front- Street jCoroer Mmldeu Xane, Zndj'itf1arecoffirnendationThatit'o utjaaLieaoyer tOrflakrroowforalargesndrichs"sortinent :* .,:GILBERTSM
.7ai -Rev. 1. Douglas and tady-J W HilhandLaly v tTp'Stair*, Sew,TTorfc, SPRING andvSUMMERv ,

: 9 64. 55. 56o Mrs.Wirick, Capt.U Swart wont.Lady and WILL attend promptly to ill Ibushfea entrusted- ; :;ood*. -The; Subscriber,,being; conneetei ,

44 ::4844- ; 42 W. N.'W. S tthildren, Lieut.'A.J. .Cook, Lieut. C.R. P. to thefT'care, .Partlcular-ftttenfion to'the .? iton.presente4 the.petition of the R *largo Importing and Jobbing Honae ia- -
2 -
Sutler, Lieut H. .Benson, Lieut. A. 1. given New York, and the latest '
receiving and
Perry Reg58ter>nd'ReceiTerof
35 ; the Lu *
Office aisra
38 44 41 eaIot1ottonLumbOPnm: at ,racmsow fiGf
Muere
3 I.E. Winch, Harvey Dudley andeerv t, Turpentin*) taost fashionable styles .weekly, will RICH* Co.-Aol
43 56 *2 1. D. HiRuif,.Z.GibsonPr. W. I.: Staggers W. "also to the purchase of gooda.U4adYancernentsmaden.; ', t
15 5 f61, 46 40 S.W M. Catchcart, N.Capron'aad serv.t,B.'* Kimbaiy consignments. making' aI i under the; Anefondo tag in. making good aeieotious. Busineas-NW216,Part consuming Street I us art absent.eiaea, 5'*
and 2 "
companies U.S. soldiers To ,
MeeCh5flt3hewQfl1Jr.
Country
3 Wq Renselaer '
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County **
February J9,1852.%; testing a new:eleanin
Merchandize to grant f which referred art-
Fernandex Bisbee &Co.,Belle- was to the Committee rates connection with
83 2 It 31 SW.s' ,- tn j Exetfeior TSradwri
chase & :
Finegan;DrMcCuea-J. H.-McRory, -- on Public 'A1 pectJully add.wOlbeaold ,- : and did not read the
ug5., the jetUon of Ge& account until 1 *ss fearral to-i
41. 54 43 & Co. -
Knight .
Tyler -Newsom and Acosta.-
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waa too late td
S HOPKiSnIuflA1I save bOCk
whchw.r
my ,
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?91 54 6G 53 47 S.byW.1o. H., Smith, asking additional compensation -' ., ou-_-as in one ofsfonr safes,purchased frcm'Jtfr.-Aarria J>

6 48 59 51 .- ARRIVALS AT BCFPINGTON HOUSE, .Attorne'iatL.LaW, for the Treasbfiabletermlaacan" .1' some-3'ears-? JWy fear
taking were cot
:OFFICE atPALAflCAE.-Th. ,census sflfDataViouiitFJa.A be had la New York. THe ioflit Od'ttcall allayed waaa'l
!11 49 57 38 45 W.by' Feb 17*-Hon L A Thompson, Hon, A 6 Sem- ; ; and examine publi are I found it neeessary upon my,retura.jy lbs
letter
WILL practice In the'Easterti'Circmt. Basinets '- was recei ved"from Kossutb dated for; themselve at'the Brick Croton Water 40iour b
Flat lor
12 37 53 39 30 NW. mes, I&h-Simeon HarnyFla19thmo Cash Store. ,: L*B AMERJtAN., <>lwM eoomntcncevtJperatton ,
27 26 24 20 Jradley, lady andeon.; N.-Y: T H Vanderberg. entrusted thelrcue"wi& be promptly attended Cwc1nnatl, thanking the Peardent a1 Con.gr Jacksonville, Feb.12, 1852. tf. hours of labor j'after which It teqmdr'
13 and ithf'SI&wmaader
Anna application to caiM
Madam A Miller Savannah
Temple, Benj -
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a4 28 39 21 W.N.W Kimball, N Capron, Ga; D Barleson, K B to. Tebruary 19, 1852.-tfj for' tbe'-distingoishedL receptiOn *hch Bread Cake fe fromlU ashy bed., You may jadg*&ta*

.5 39 5 z1 35 S.V. Sibbs and lady, F1a; Richard-Davis-Dr JO 6aVamiah Republican please publish tT.,-and they bad given him jn;Washington i Amai.: 3 PIeBeIr'clllIS anxiety during this delay, and ray;acncabl*u.
6 45 57 42 41 W.S.W. Wm Davis, Va; Ira WilcoJt and lady,A A Witcox send* their bill to"this! office. *- > -n i -,-" *,*" > i .. ( is. to inform the Public that wo have made prue upon opening the safe in the prtsenc*' if 4
and N.Y tion to print this letter was.warmly -BL.falLpreparations,to. numberof gentlemen to find boobe.4.imt
32 daughter, ; Danl Russell and lady, contestmittee supply the townV and ay
,17 34 6044 S.by E. Ct; ft J Canfield and lady, N Y; Paul Demere, 'toiklCb ed, but. fina1Jyadoted-yeaa 2I nays20.On'LheI6tbMrBojiand otherrurghasers! withrvery; excellent BREAD, pen savedand is legible aa theywevepn,1u I.
1$ 45 68 47 37 S. W.1g Ga; G S Roux, Fla; 22 Judge Bronson, Mr. ,, PUSS, &CAKESwhlch we arrnow"delivering the fire. -The intense heat to wBnbjected.'ean the 8afsws*

41 39 25 41 W.2G BennettFla; 23d-C L Colea. K Y: Col Scaton Factor and Commission Merchant, ; 1romth Conj. regularly at the houses pf customers. ,. be conjectured from tb "eoara

16 34 33 14 N.byE. Grantland, Milledgeville, Ga' t SAVANNA.IVGEOHGIA, ,on :Public! Lands'towhom re- "Wa :take this opportunity .expressing our of another saronot a Salamander of Vhidi asr*
Jf 0.118, S- ;Bay Street. thanks for the liberal evidences of encouragement iron'skeleton frame only remained,and not >>s..
-t Z5 53 40 32 W.bvN.i erred, the graritin&the flgKrof 'aIt which we have already received,and While respect- tige of a book.. They were companion :ia.tar*

28 28 W. bjr S. Jacksonville Female Institute Strict attention will be given to the sale of Cot ands to.the Florida'Atlanticand.'GullCen- fully v asking continuance of the same, feel war same office,oo the second floor, from which tb.y

23 20 49 40 26 N.E. INSTITUTION, having been in suc ton, or other produce,and liberal advances made ranted in claiming for the Bread which we offer fell upon eratea of earthera wara ia the cellar,the

24 42 59 48 36 THIS operation Tor more than two years, when desired. rai R3i1-Road Company,(reported.;the same qualities unsurpassed in all the essentials which go ruined lion safe upon the Salamander. their iie4.4
wiil hereafter be under the joint control of JOHN W.C.LOUD.P.. H.LOIJD. witboat amendment. with to make the staff ot life palatable,pure,and whole- h&4beOaThTIJ, bOteeu-ths.k.Iat
25_ 53 5953 42 Jan.221852.t Jy. 4- Reporteda1sd, some.' -We shall continue to"use the bestflour,1which would have remained. ,Mj loss over the insert
jrs- -
g 52 68. 51 49 S.W MISS P. SWART AND MRS. M. MARLOW.Mrs. s anathem1mentthei11- f granting right of in the bands of an experienced Baker,jurti. aucIs $lj900vyetthenlratioo of my books iaam >
4O 53 38 36 N.W. MARLOW has lately been connected with way fles us in promising'oar ouztOniersgoodUi.ead 'our & ,
7: one of the most popular Academic* at Greenville; a nd.Jacd to.-Florida! ,and-'Alabama in aid ofa SECV -,-- ad important"document*.which*taV
28 32 62 40 27 S. C., and brings with her the highest testimonials from Pensacola 'TickeUfarnjbed, and families any where wittim net be duplicated, has fully compensated me. *
38 68 50 34 W. by S.3o .- of her character railroad to Montgomery.FJLLMOHE .- It.will afford
129_ and success as a Teacher. the limits of the town supplied at an early hour me great pleasure to exhibit tiet
39 72 58 37 W.byN. She also refers to Col. B. M. PEAUSON and Mr.: :- every day. Price-5 cts. per loaf. new safe purchased you,and explain ita merita/i -
.31 '60 73 60 53 IV. by S.aean WM. D. BriRNHAM, of this place. ?usii ;; J IN' MARYLAND. MYERS. & COOP31A! .- at my present'offiee,No.251' Pearl ttreet, whara Z ,

Miss SWART tenders her thanks to her friends i& The' Whig State Central Committee of Mary- not 2741 shall remain saUl the new building,: tie.22,6 I is
3t
the erected -
and public generally for the liberal patronage Yourarcspeet4'- -

41 55 43.89 36A5 already received, and 'respectfully informs them and have 'ad ptdree tions 'expressing :noarding.T1IIE -Josxrfi G.Uaatit
that, by the recently formed association'with heir - The undersigned invite '
pleasure atlhe announcement that Pre- Country merchants a** *
Mrs. Mariow"which goes into operation on the SUBSRIBER is'prepared to accommoJL others interested the preserratioA '
57 76 62 53 S.W let of'March, an additional number of pupils can ideiit/J'ilimofe, .has deciJed .to allow his date a number of Boarders,-at his recently frcw fire, [but particularly.those,having of their Rleh book*,

::2 (9 63 48 47 N. be received into the institution, to whom a faith name to be presented as a candidate for the erected residence in the Northwest part of the safes in use] to call at the depot 146 Water strict>,;
43 '65 41 35 S. byE.4t ful and conscientious discharge of duty will be town, the location of which ia known to be highly ew.\ork> to ceo the interior Mr/'Gflbert'a. ,
.39. 6& 46 33 S.E. cheerfully given by both the teachers.- lext.Presidencyi Declaring him'to beth faAorable to health and comfort from its eferation. safe,with the books 'undisturbed, which .b
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Mrs. MARLOW will devote particular attention Calvin Oak The HOUSE is just completed i"the sleeping and kindly permitted to remain'for"tlie .
iLl.f.-etIo
rstand
57 41 S. unanimous choice of the whig ,
5: 4974 to the French Department, as well as to the usual par- other apartments being spacious and well fiouhed and grati&eatiou of the public. ' '

6 56 77 62 53 S. IV. English studies.i .- : Gunsmith and Machinest, tyin,Maryland. as it respects plastering, &c.. (O"Orders for Burglar Proof Yan1tsai4Yai; -

7 61 77 !i9 57 IV. by N. : he terms tuition are the same as previously TOTAS permanently located himself at Jackson- The furniture of the House is also entirely new- Doors,promptly and faithfully ezecutK!

44 50 67 54 46 N. E..t9. advertised. -Feb.26-tI .IL.Lvflle,E.Fr** He is prepared to do'all work -COLLISION OF'-STMoATs-The. : ; steam- being. just received fromJCew York. : STEARNS JtMARVl ,
have
in the Gunsmith' Iii both in Repairing, and Arrangement been made to supply the table Successor It
1 LI $, to Rich iDi. ..
51 55 53 49 oat Florida '.which along the heween with ample and excellent(are,- and -- 146 -
coast Water
Fekin Tea Company Warehouses Manufacturing. He has anew.'process of RI- plies good servants streetand corner ATenoo A.and Si
*io: 57 74 66 49 S. E. have'been employed to attend to. the Jlarks Place .'- JTOwners
FLEING, which far the usual-method. com ;New York; -'
76 and TTFnlton St. New surpasses Charleston and Florida in passing -
York. fort of
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guests. ... .
11 63 67 54 59 IV.byS. Those wishing, can have them made to;order. of the.exelustve right of Rich's PaUnt
. 12.; 43 60. 39 38 N. 4. THE PEKIN TEA COMPANY has All Machinery;and Gnnsmithing-entrusted to down[ tbejiver'Sunday .night'came ufeplfi- I shall spare no pains to tender my"Honse'ln all for the whole ofthe1.Tnjted States,and th* orfj.. ',y,,
been established and'has his: attention.' He respects pleasant to those who make it their home, makers Salamander safes
many years will/receive
care prompt combining
5 ion which both'paVi
with
13 35 67 48 30 maintained thePanrj ;ww,coming ophe and respectfully invite a call from citizens -who cuts *
always a high reputation hopes by close application to business to jnerit a commonly called RICH'S wifea,or Wiu>nt' -
1452 62 43 46 N. for Teas of the most delicious character share of public pationage. river, near Figlsland light.- The Planter wish permanent Board or strangers who may s<> Salamander Sfeswjt-Rjc h.
25 '40 66 .54 32 S. IV. andfragrancy, and at prices which have in every Jacksonville. Nov-13, 1851. tf. jonrn in our hospitable clime during' the winter Feb.5, 1852.-3m. '
1649 -65 54 45 N. instance given satisfaction/ Teas are war was considerably injuredand BcTgreat was months. .w.i. >VAUD.N .- : i *

W.i8 ranted pure, and may be returned if they do not be shock that bee paseengers were thrown' ; B. I have since the erection of my House, Groceries '
73 58 45 Groceries III
:1749 prove to be as they are represented. The Teas Marshal's le.JYV1aTUE rpnvthe 'berths 'the"cabin flonrShtvi1 furnished it with a convenient 'Bath-Establish. .; .*
I' out
52 7359 47 sold by this Company are done up in 1-4 lb., 14 p of a writ of: fieri facias 'issued upon men ,"which'is always copiously, supplied with TTUST RECEIVED SchV-MeIroaedb a
19 49 63 54 45 .byE. lb., and 1 lb. packages, making it convenient Court of the United States go into'the Dry-Dock5 for rVpairslfhe'Florida water and the necessary conveniences for bathing. 99 from NewYork, a per fall and welrseldcted

56 9 54 53 4 U & U for country merchants to have 'a great-vane ty for the Northern District of Florida,'and to the did.not;stop after the accident, I should'add' also that my house is'a'regular sortment of GROCERIES,sdapte4-expr aa Ur>

21 '53 62 55 50 -" with a small outlay of capital. Hotel keepers Marshal of said district directed and to me delivered aud we learn"she"; iWas vuttinjuredtSatari? stopping-place for the Stage to and Irons West family Tnse..cousirfiDg in part'of ,N.w York City
may always be certain of. having on their table a wherein John J. MoCarter and Thomas P. na' 'Rqsb ofTtzeiday and Middle Florida, being upon one of the principle cured Hkms, Sbonldera and Bacon,'gide Mei
,
22. 63 81 .71 53 i W.by.S. uniform character of Tea; which Teas, of which Allen copartners under the, name and style 'of ,: streets leading immediately to the Weatera Pork, Fulton Market Beef;Fickled and Sns* a

t. IIACKONVILVE there ia ii. 1arge.'roriety, are done up in three McCarter & Allen are plaintiffs end Elijah Mat- road.- .. .- W.D.W. Beef Tongue, Smoked Selmon and Bee4Bo1en.
wrappers.- The inside is /of lead the second water tox is defendant, I will sell before the Court house Arrival of the Cambria'* Jackiontilhi,Oct.9,1SM. / if. tfauaages, Makerel, Codfish, Irish:PWatoMaK,/

PRICES CUUREST..BEESWAX. proof paper,and the outside Chinese rice pa door in the town of-Alligator on the first Monday "New IfOBK, Feb;22. gar, Lemon,Bestea,.Swla, and Abeflwthyv liV*

*aportedXoiithIy for the RepnbUcajt by per.' in March next, between the usual hours'ot sale, Thest amslJpCambrii i.MvedaC Hallifat E.L.EAEEISOI.&GO. cult; Smoked Herrings, Goshen BaUat ieal,*
For sale at the New York prlc ,-fr uuh,.br
the described to wit Lot JVo. Lard
4 *- iMeaara.Alaop & Bonra. following property, t Liverpool is-'in moderate Catsups, Preserves and Pickles, Dried aril
resterday.Cotton'at -
the Agent; JOHN A. MAYER, two in the town Alligator,containing one acre ON BAY 'STREET. FRONTING,LED- Green Apples'; Dried:Peaches;a-'eboico selection
Dol.BUTTL. Cta 134 BroagliUin et., Savannah,Ga. of land, lot number three in the same town containing demand-prices in favor of buyers. Sales of the VWITH3BRICK BUILDING.' and assortment t>f Stmart'sRefined CSdISO41'

.,..-.perli 18| ID 20 Feb. 26-tf one acre of land; and the north half of lot week 43,000 bales;'exporters and speculators each JACKSO5V1L1.E, FLOIUDL.c.l ;The undersigned would also re peetrulhr jafbra-]
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number eleven in the same town containing half his old customers and thebnblio
-, took 6,000 bales. Quo tat ions-Fair Orleans 5 jdi, -- -general, tht.a
..perlbperlb 22.4,2 .ID1SS.10N. an acre of land. Also eighty ,acres of land with TIIHE -SUBSCRIBERSrespectfully inform he has on hand in addition to the above;-
- xTr-joN; TflIHE copartnership heretofore existing tinder tee buildings and improvements thereon adjoining alt Uplands 5d.Vmiddling Orleans 413-160.,mid: ,JL their friend and/ecuainianees.that-they A FULL (ANDBVUlHSELPXJAREFULliir

IS&21OOFFEZ .M. the name and slyie of GODDIN& WEBB, is the town "of:Alligator,< and known aa tin*south dling Uplands 4jd. Flour in moderate demand havo,established,themselvee'in the mercantile SELECTED)STOCKOFJRY GOODS **
this day dissolved byj&cxaal consent,owing to the west quarter of the south-east"quarter-of section at six-pence decline. Money market dulL business in this place, and are nowteceiving"an -
- IRioDrib II k 12} ill health of.Mr Webb- twenty-nine,, towmship three.range seventeen opening at the stand above named, a full assortment of aMost every"quality and nann, s hed (or tkl.'
All demands against said Era, as"well"as all couth and east,and the south-east quarter.of-the : New Yorls Cotton Market.On consisting Dry 'GoodaiFancy' /Articles, / SOUTHERN MARSEX.; "V.

. kJORJVperbns 100 125 dues to it, will be settled by M.ILGQddin> Con- south-west quartet of the same section, township ,Saturday, 2,000 bales' w resold, at. firm Groceries, Hardware,Boots, Shoes, Hats, Caps, ;His stock Consists of-well selected ajaortmaA*

-- CAJVDLES, doctor Bwldir.ytho will continue to carry on end range,levied on as the property of said defendant. >rices-week's saiosl4,000baIes. Bonnets,!.&ci &e..witketetrvtriety ofrgood of- Staple, Dry and-Fancy.Goods, Ready MxJ

.i- Adamantine per 4b 23 IT 37J he business aa- -heretofore '.- Alligator, January 19. 1852. New Oaleaua Blarkett. usually kept in a1-Dry GoodsfStore.i" Whicl Clothing Cutlery,Hard ware,together with Croa* i
ffXOUR M IL GOlJDI.J13. JOHN T.'-JtfYflICK, they offer for sale -aa cheap 'as they can be kery>,Glassware;Boots and Shoes,Hats and Cap*.

-. : Genesee per bUCGGS 700 .'WThJ3 Marshal N.D. of Florida.By NwOairns, Feb; 2t.c! purchased at any establishment in'the Southern Saddlery;In short every variety of Goods usually"
Jacks onvffleFeb.,1352.. 21-St E.-R< IVES,,Dep'y MarshaL 1,500- bales Cotton were sold to-day-prices have country; their entire stock having been selected kept in a Dry Goods Storeif: ->. '
: do* .25 by one of the firm, with-much care'and attention.
per All kind of
declined fully c.1ow--middling-7, strict country produce tiken'ia'elenaakVw
AY TaiCollector'g Sale and with a view particularly to this market, they
t. -per 100 lbs -- 125 St. John's Seminary -of Learning, middUng7je.: v t* i''r. flatter themselves that they''will be enabled :to for Goods,at the highest market-prices..
ti- HIDES B VIRTUE of the power vested in me by ; give entire satisfaction to all who may favor them All the Goods will be sold upon very reasonaala
,
:-. perlb Z8 Law, I Eballexpose for sale before the Court :;AT- MADISON C.HnFLA.; Letters have been-received here"anoouDeiig with their patronage, both aa to the :prices 'and terms. Customers would do well to call and ai-
Honse door in the-town of Jacksonville, county of J'fl'he- Board ox Trnateca'taJke reat pleasure quality of their goods.. azalea for themselves before purchasing elsewtttr/

4t 5 Duval,on the first Monday in February 1852, between -.L: : in.,announcing'to the.Masonic Fraternity the'death in .CaliiorBfa'oTrMf. JACOB -, The Subscribers win be Constantly'recciv. ha being fully:.assured that none will go away ia.-,
- ILARDPeT1b the, legal hours of sale, th folio wing-described and the public generally,* that the exercises 3oLE formerly of Jacksonville.- lug such additions to their Stock as the state cf suited as regards the good and the rices aakt

property or so much ,thereof as wiy pay this institution will-commence on the SECOND the market may 'r'equir'e, ,and having'made arrangements for them.' MO '. ',

HUE, the State and County Taxes due thereon. the MONDAY IN-JAN UAR Y-next, nnder.the superintendence A gold bracelet .found Mr.Brown's in New fork, orders can be supplied 'CornerOeeanBay 81.3
--perbbl 225i year 1851, to wit i of Mr. ISAAC Acu, late principal was .neat,- at the shortest possible notice.','_'. ;, Jacksonville,Nov. 131SSI.itL '
{LUMBER, Five hundred and Twenty-eight acres of land, of Greenwood Institute- South Carolina, aided Academy,whfcb can be had by the Hides,-Tallow;Beeswax,and Buck Sana, will _' -- '
M.1st quality 12 a 14 situate, lying, and being, in the Swamp of."Big by competent assistants.; be received in exchange for goods. :. State or Florida-
per > PotUbnrg Creek," and is numbered as Section loser on application; to the RepublfcanfofficeV Southern Circuit,Ma**
-, 2nd do 6i.10 the Flat of Mr. AUI.D comes among ns bearing the highest ; Friends and customers are respectfully solicited ,' ,roe county.'i' ?
: *' -3rddo 34UQUORS Fifty-one upon Township Three testimonials of character,-acholarship.'and success to call and examine this stock before .pam chasing EdwinO-Guynn, V '
Twenty-seven East in the Office of
South, Range in teaching and the Trustees have no hesitation elsewhere. E.Lv HARRISON. : '
; ye. '> *V4 -
General of Florida ,Said"Land 1101JSE. '
the Surveyor [ In this institution under his direction QLINOll J. P.SANDERSON.
N E Run per gal 23&.38 commending .AnnE4Guynn,
the heirs of Francis Goodwin ,
owned by or -
,
being
of the friends of Education September 1,1851k tf.
Gin Tdo 35 it S330a ,4o the patronage i '
, wnerunknown. THE -SUBSCRIBER, --- Biu.zi CiiAXCERY ion DTVOKCZ, Oomt
_
and the adjoining States
Whiskey do < > 35 TJIAHBO\VflE throughout -
- MOLASSES 1 The object sought to'-bo accomplished by the aH having recently :opened Notice. ., -' CUaMSERS.,,, -, :
gal ;30&371 Tax Ass'r. & Col'r. D;Co. founders of this institution ia to dispense the-blessings 'I the above Honse, would-respectniiiy no- SIX WEEKS after date we will apply to the F appearing to the satisfaction ofthe 'Court,,
per Jacksonville, Fla, Nov.,6, 1851. 13-td of-asound ..practi education to .all who licit the patronage of the pubIio. There of Probate for Columbia county;for that the said bill baa heenflIedsudba', *>.' -

The above sale is postponed until the first Monday may desire to -become its'beneficiaries, and to are at this time some five to six rooms unoccupied, letters of administration boniattion on.the estate proof that the said Ann E:'Guynn-nsfte** ot of
: ,in March. -- bring thia great-boon within, the1 reach,of all- several ofthe same with fire places. The House of Fernando E. Lowe,deceased' this,State,to wits at Spaniak,Wells'one the 'A

1.erm per gil lfc2S112J125 even the most humble" in the language of a-circular is within one hundred and fifty yards of the Post ELIZABETH TAYLOR, Bahama Islands' ; it is ordered thattke said ABB -
.,- _..Linseed do. Tax Collector's Sale. issued At the commencement of the project, Office and wharves.; The undersigned,is'Agent -JOHN'J.. TAYLOR; E. Gn/nn appear, add plead,.answtf.iur: -defend
educate the -chflSren for Gen.Scott's four horse Coach and two horse -ByW._ M.IVES, against said bill, on -before the Alobdxyia
PfiOVISIOJVS,. VIRTUE the' vested-mine- "it is our design to and'or- : ,
by beo.23d,185L November next. In default
ld B power of Master Masons free Hack Mail lines,both leaving for Ocala semi-week- Their Attorney.NOTICE. which said ppeOance .
-MeuP.rkperbbl phans Indigent -charge
Law I shall expose for sale before the Court the said bill will, be takea rp w(> oagaiaat
Prime do do for tuition, and the children of-Dthers upon aeh y., For further narticnlara apply at the offices of
, House door in the town of Falatka, county of the Jacksonville Republican and News/ her,brovidtd that, copy of this -order be .pub
We
MeeiBeo( .de Putnam, on the first Monday September, 1852, terms as may be.prescribed. appeal to an : lished-in sonro publitf newspaper of this State let
aaaer1b -.15 pnblio to assist us'in'our effort of humanity JAMES ASKEW.,. -A'liL' PERSONS 'hereby,
between the legal hours of sale, the following described enlightened I are cautione d the Space of.eix-wonths.betore'the said first Moar
.a- Si&esd. property or so much thereof 'will pay and save us from failure and defeat-firm Pa1ataJauuary8iS52. tf., .L _. against'trading;for -a certain promissory day in N6veaiber-or provided that U a -cf
Shoulders 12j the State and county Taxesdue thereon for the in the belief and confident in the" hope that our note made by the undersigned on or about the said bill,'and pf this -order/shall,be personally'CCpy
r POTATOES, year 1851, to Wits 16OOOacresinore or.'less-of appeal will not be diaregarded.. ..- : 1Saleof Lot 'a, 20th day of October-1851, to Sinreen 3. Tyler or' served upon or delivered to her then she hereby
,-' *, -Sweet per bus 100 Land, situate,lying, and being in Section S3, of ,The Scholastiff year will-be) -divided into:two N tha the trst Monday In March w'm'be'- bearer; for the ram of three hundred and seventy ordered appear 'and plead, answer, or defeat
Irish do Township 10. S., of Range 2o, E.:Section S7, of sessions of five months each., Tuition for' each O-.tared at public sale on the premises,a num five dollart> payable six months after date;, -.The against said biflon the first rule day-after-thj.-"

KH7LT1ZY' Township S., and Range 23, E., and Section cession to bo paid invariably in advance.- her of eligible building and garden lots, inYmt. LA consideration'for3bichsaid not was given had months after the said service or d nvery, ia da-
;. ,- Caickenf 12i fc 18J4fc5 38 of Township 10, S., and Range 26, E:, and &1,within a/mile of the Market wharf JaekaonvilleJFla. failed,-and- ;I will not pay it unless compelled by fault whereof, the said bill will bo taken pn cow.-
Turkeys 100125 .- Section 38, of Township 11, S and Range 26 E.; RATESOF TUITION.- ., and along the route of thecontem- law; ,'. tGEORGEJOHNS &. lease against her at lart*mentioned rule day. -
, mcE,_ : ssaid Land being returned aa the property of Ro for the elementary branches, to wit Reading, plated Plank Road. Also a Brick Yard with .ita' Jcksone1a.1"eb.4th, ISS S -WNotice. '- JOS..B.LANCASTER-

: t--- .per1b- ----- bert Mclhrdy, by G. H. Fairbanks, Agent..R.T. .- Orthography Grammar' Arithmetic,"etc., per fixtures '. '1 ". '. Judge, Southern Circuit, )-
atLT session/ S > -, ,$500"For -Credita will -
BUYD, -- ,-TEWts be; &llowedpTOjiOrtiofledto --- - 1'lorfda.;
pertaolc 138j&1 Tar"Ass'r & Coll'r-Putnam countyj" higher English trancbeeRhetoric,, the amounts purchased Bond* given for.-iudispMtabre uvoistha after date I .will present my' ac- Key Weal;'Apra'31851.-0 ,
ZOA- Palatka- Feb.-19, 1852.-tds. Logic, History, Ancient and Modern, titles whon payments are made. cOunt M Administrator the Estate of Wm
- perlb ,Natural Philosophy, Chemistry, & .,- .- :..-' ,J.OS. 8, BAKER. Johnson,deceased-the Hon.Judge of-Probat : I CERTIFY above to be a true copy
ShINGLES session, -r-, ,, ,-j : 1000 the original now on file in niyioffice. --
The steamer THORN will per Feb.8,1852. V. td. : for Colombia county, and-ask"for a final -settlement '
: iviL 300 fc 400, I rr;' For Languages,* Higher Mathematics,! I and allowance of-the same, and' f my,-dia- J.M.BRACEWELL,*--- -
JcLI1zer1b Leave Jacksonville on; every Moral and Intellectual PhiTosophy1, Po- Jacksonville'Male Institpie. charge from the adminlstrition of said Estate -Clerk.M.C.IX.. '
- 6t 10 Saturday morning at 8-a. m.,- for Enterprise, lit'cal Economy, &4., per.aession, .- ,20 00 GREEN JOHNSON. ;Key West, April 3,1351., -

TOBACCO. touching at Picoiata at i past 12 p. m., and leave -REVL iSiyARTt'Lf' f f incifal,-. ', -'Administrator.
- ,.- -, Manufactured perlb 2560TT Pilatka Monday at 8 a. m., arrive at Enterprise In point health,morality, and good order RAtea'of Tuition t lAHigatorVJan.S- 1852. 6m.. '
E TALLOW, at or before Tuesday,10 p. m.; .Leave same day we venture the assertion.that the village of Mad ? ColumWaOouatyTaiCoUectorsSate.
i perlb at 1 p.mfor Pilatka, arriving there Wednesday ison is unsurpassed and unequalled in the State. Orthography, ReadingDefining,-,Arithmetic 1J, -Notice.JIX .- virtue of'authority vested in ma'ay.law;!'

__ morningagamtouching at Kcokta at 2 p.rn., Board cani>e obtained in .private.families on Penmanship' per" qnartero ,elevea- -_, MONTHS after date shall present aoCj '- will expose for sale in front of ihe Court;
1ST OF LETTERS essftihy in the Poa and arrive at Jacksonville same day.. Way paaaengera reasonable terms.. A convenient boarding house weeks- --- : r"- > .rj "?a .400 counts and vouchers aa the Adminutrator my of House door of Columbia County,on the first Moa

JLt ..Office at Jackaonville, Fla,, February 16, landed at any point'on the river will be erected by the Trustee at an early period.- Geography! GrmIflatoijCoiiipaiton do5- 00 the Estata of John GZiriax, deceased, late of day of iu eiIS52the following described tractor
18G& Fir .board. further information will be cheerfully given ,Elocntion.and Book Keeping, pf land situated io said tka*'
passage or freight, apply on ; 'Any Monroe county,to the Hon.Judge of Probate o f parcel county-on
Mathe- .
.,branches of an Knglish, .
A Kennaday Lewis K: S.-The daya that the'THORN la unemployed by addressing the undersigned Higher and.Scientifie; do i 600 Monroe county,and shall at same time apply:t< Snwannee river,near Livingston Ferry Oft said -
JUauitEUaaKAadiaeaGA Kelly Patrick 'order of the Board of Trustees.CHAHLES .- maticaJL course, river,containing 400 acres,owned by-Amos Bianey -
Jacksonville, .ihI be, appropiated.. for By The Ancient Languagesdo> _", \ ,., 1000 said Court for a discharge from said Administration
King Charles lowing 'teeseIs' to sea or -ia.the river or for KljSSELL exercises of the above ;Inst1tutknn1Irecom.menO > of said estate; w ; ,.* or heirs; for taxes due the State and eoonl/
Alien LorantaAQei Kloden (sham J -. : Secretar CO-The for the 1851.
to wing rafls.'Bhonld any offer.Astonlsliing Feb 9 1852. .All persons interested'are desired to take, no- year tateandcountaztO.
Alexander Kelly Gore 2 1852.3mw "Madison'dH., December 13, 1851.J hjnl2mLrage ; '', ; iIce.Nicuot.e SM-ITHAdnir., .
: B Feb..5-1t" G fov.I3,1851., ,6mr ''Sheriff Ex offlcio Tax Ctor,. .
- Edmund ; Xec.,13,1$5I4.elS.14.."
Byra LycurguaLombard George. Alligator,
. Intelligence! "Public Lands:in Flo- -f '
: B&aheJuuu IIBeoet Joseph sale i tIcc. '

- George Loften WileyOroajer The Cash System Adopted II! :rida,- : DKJI.TISTr J .. 'th1_ -- ff.--._ -The'UnitedS tataliStaanier1VANANflOF. -
m :
Beaham $. ; 51 4- :, MONTHS after dat*,the nndorsigncd administrator -
Barney MeArthur Male- Mn- A T the new GROCERY -and PROVISION' ']Joi1ei ia hereby,glren, that .the underigned '- -ttor'couna.vii-famta.. CJOLQUXA ## % of the:Estate of-ThomasJoo *i ideceased. ;1Ys
Bowie Enstaca U Maaon Timothy,N IToaEoI; the l3b.eriber1nthe'ctty of ::1.1 wilii ln': pursuance 'of law,'offer at TNFOItMS'his."Jrlend 7and"aepualntance*-of .'laM-of Alachoa, county,State of Florida Pilatka efery Monday morninz,at 8 o'clock,1 fofKnterprise
-- L.C MeLellan John Jacksonville H % public auction, before;the Court House door, in [ Florida,that be wilt make a professional visit ,-will exhibit lila aoeonntr.and,vouchers ..befor ,.Mellonvillo, intermediate landings
C&iWmMrnerJohnJi : just received and opened my large the several counties, aa hereinafter stated,the following to the State about .the 25th of January,"and will the Honorable Jndge of Probate for said.county, having excellent accommodations forgers paaseA-.
HAVING 'remawW --1WUl..visit.JaoksonvUle, and for sinai settlement and discharge from and connecting each way with'the Davaa-
State
Caaova Sadora Maples Nathaniel Stock of Goods, selected with valuable land,located by authority pray "
"" nah United States AiaSl.Boats. For -
- ComeliTojnzaT Martha:John G .2- express reference the demands of this Market as part of the:grant Congress to;said State, Ocala,and the adjoining counties Such'aa may. the aaid estate.;" 1Alni-Aain freight *T

V CobenJ Moore CoImsn Ap 1 take pleasure in Informing the citliena of,: this for, pui'poses' .internal improvement,, These desire his services?can obtain them bynotU'jlnghim -" ; passage apply onboard* pt6oi1-i:; -

Gary John 8 Miller WaL 2 place and surrounding country,that they are DOW lands were,' tn ood-part,- selected-immediately by letter,to Ooala,or meet him at that point, ? '_ ?-ByJC.HATELYhiaAUy0 -- '- : ,

Csve.WK! MaySS: ready for sale, at remarkably low;rates irCA, SIX after completion,or the U. S. sw'veysau are or- any other designate,of' _'prcbIeaCO3& : issi --, : _-_-_: PilatkiNor..2741S51.Notice.. ? Captwa.&' -
f John & Moire Jag 7V 2 only! An enumeration of the multitudinous articles believed to embrace some of the best in the State -Jan.J5-22.JSSJ t jn&V **- -'/ D -- P witi'whicbmy Store>s supplied JDeemed for the production "of corn; cotton, sugar, tobacco -: __- .13N tic ; :- : --' :

Drtwry Henry Patterson John unnecessary r auffloe it to says that J have *very.thine ,and tropical fmJtaand others finely.Adapted T -ELzINa-1- __ ,; ; 1I MONTHS after date -will present my.ao. ._ 1' ; "
UavJaBrottera- 'P5r107 Mrs Sarah F (save dry ;gods)' deatred in the way of to the-Turpentine- and Lumber..business: The. Winter Stock- at Reducea* L ** ,Prices"' *"*",* count as Administrator on' the Estate'of ITOTICE *hereby grrea tnal'Booltref;fit

DldcaoB EQsabeta Pratt Henry P Faintly supplies.' : -J&T118' land will> joffered In half-eighths j. Joshua Hogaua, deceased, to-the Hon.'J udga of j jProbate' i' acriptioD for Stock-In the Florid*:Adaatf Jf
DonellWmDupontCally .- Q Ofll1l5Fl5.LMiittce -' 'i ; ;:, for Columbia!county,and ask for& final and GaltCentratRaflroa4wlIIcbso sad l*
-- '- $ '
QuinbyMosej, 3F c l4nhr,'n 3t nday,12th i : --r -" :- settlement and allowance of the same, and of my Jacksonville at the office or JJ W.oa Bqa
/ttfte & from the administration of said estate, -
-- : :* -discharge JO1t1-aSAsns---
about' -
'V
: the Sfithittsfcc -
I P1nLwt; Ramsay John URunelJoha : to Mechanics and Builders, -< t JSSTHER HOGANS* -, -- -, A.'ZtL1tEU ? -
YteeaA b&o -:- Ha "li rJOJLD eepeclfully-lnferm I the Citizens o 1,' $ ft"Adm1nistrator- 'Consmlaaionexs.Jickzonvmfleroh .-
Commiaeionen SKSf
diwction oftio 13o&idof CoUnty thv1sinitbath.ls -
G Roberta .Ecoa B v. ;. 1 fW' Jacksonville and AWgator,OCt: 1SM SWiNotIce. 5w. '
of Duval I hereby give notice. Wln.
19hn Rawlina Robert county, ; BOW selling off his present stock of Fal.and _
to Mechanics, Builders,and Contractors,that MLachui, 'ednesday.SthMayr.. 9,620 'r prloeitninaktown +- -----r-
Goods.at exceedlnglyjoir -
tet-Prl
bpte$1iDTfW Rutherford; Proposals will be received by the said Board until ALert, Moada7 10th 11ay,, -, -20.480! for |fresh supply of .Spring i.aBdi&j .iv '. v, I tUflT14IItennef'tbe -' -. Notice, $$ -..,*"*
-R 8. > the Erst day of April'next, jbuUdiniT a,new Mano.c Monday 17th May, : 8SI0 Goodshi present Stock eonsistalo part Ot'- Statute hunch cases TWlE Subscriber,will:take five: orraiz.-BMrt$
:
StewartJaaCStreeterWm 'J-aade the
sJM COURTHOUSE,' either of wood or brick.ffarDuval JfeqnandoBenton,) Mgttd4if:1 SS sK-Ebgustt and French Merinnoa, Cas-hmerc3cae. an&-irovidsd,1wiRspply-to JL Boarder HilRobnuahaUb*- & *.
Honi the'Circuit Court for the Eastern
3
g&1BovUng county at Jacksonville. ..r-.,*.., .'- ,. JH'The : LfttoeVAlpa oMWja te&Crty FltonetoiPoW Jodgof lib Table shall be Inferior to none for tta Uandavery
1
land belonging
tr.it.WmA; Smith JaDSedbury JohnStanilandDaaT : building is to be two stories high,and must -fliUjboro',8&trsdsy.29th Ma 4,800 ton*TanneWFurnitnreCaJic. ,< 'd J mbrk*; Circuit eOloridaJfotfeave of iWiIUam aettika; ?attention;-paid tbs 'eom *rt *ai*T
naia' B -suitable Inthejnpper .TERM5CnefouhhIthe'otbei'tbtee- to.the-iEatate ? 6ttrIate- beil&hofbispmtreua
and -room ,
contain atleastonelarffs ;
&W V -
_
ZtoWfwte "
*s..1Micb1 atory for a' Court fi.om j three Jury fourths payable in-:three, qua annual.Instil. ; ,Jacksonvilla,
1I&, CbU1 Siiliivs*Tim Rooms, and three offices, with chimneys and are mente.'wlth Intereatln MvaBoe. Or, if any pur. La $ s' W8CQZ Adr. -

ThrG.ore titewart 3/rsAA places to both stories.. The proposal*.are to be chair prefer!t;five?'per tmkinrtte to deducted M
R&r1John the credit instalmenti,opoft the payment of "4o (
tJans : fer the from 3W&S&ideradCttrtala _
accompanied by and fpeoification *
4glbothnM&z y 'l'yiqrzWm W, selection of the ord.4Z-I %j, 1 the whole purciwe money at the time of_*li ,WoritedHes rr, ; wrpl1rttZ ; k- rmzpeib quality in lh *pM ($
Hogan Daniel Thomas Roland Proposals are invited tot f' y si5i<'? *'S-DAVIP-1& :'yfA > K @r 1' -knot tbelng 1b iisttt* ct -i -
Hiwtt Ds Lands tv theState'of F1s 24tNitk e.f2L- ot 01 the'eibiie kP1bsitantonI4
teTranrsToney. entire n w materials,and aJso, for one Into which 'rItegIiterofPubfle .1.: andregularity
%LlfGfr. $ Towaaend rrQIE2d Barter of,tb 34 yearotthe Feseal. obefasfte(t4so f.
: i'a11ahassooJeOeflibfjiu ... rea4
*" **
the material:of i the.cU rCourt 4 Hoow: may;bft tSAJ* ** ** tf r '
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ebtM 8ud .- -- -V; worked,at far at it trill ail caw inaierW* t 1lobte& 8hoe India Rubber* Merino: wflleommanceoartbai )sMe day rand wfflbe sold lower,than it east be ,
JnMa.4Wo.b.V&ngbnTboi 2 fnrniabedby the go shirtS &IkWer$'GOtLOOL4G Umbrefl Cat baftu ,2&Terma_ for__ _, aiiutoion. th.a&u, .-I bsnd.-Th.subscriber wiQ aive''the
floctraetor f" '
be tiinWif Jf J i- S .' \t f *> -
& FaHat8 $th,IenPeb.5 "'A TJA
Io.4oifMnPW W Proposab will alao:be restived for ih tearing Noj Wtk' togber
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bLurth Way Smith W down nnd removal cfth 9 li building,and for-thoof zwn peieii ti s *

.I' Esi Ward George vuroliue the aawe wjtti oufe tbelot,and also for Of vouchers fWmIaiScott deceasgnig'rator'of j:4 z
sndim WsrdiobnJu Lb. purchase of tto lot with the buSldaig tbereon, : O1flte Eateof Hlekman '
$-): 'J :- Wed C WWhttne1 ? $ tha 'Patijunereigucd1'sa ,, '
Including tb4 Cocci Hoaw,Jftil,&o.>>The pn x>-- oIPrObite4Of
-asF K.r -- Robt Jotham 8Walaott -- sale ire oki deositedwiththeJodgo of Probate IUiiz,4000ase4it4 sadto 1flon.Jedga (jdbjr {KB irfie aatehirreof iabiiU W1? & -dtsjvedby mutual :Mt_, b ---

of the cuniy'i $ & bateferPolumbIa.ouuttor '
; to.aUnii5nIhed basins
B order $*Sfe Mutete.--4tj.-: tbe.-t Letters ofAdmhlatftLton nflbe!.ttc -wIflttepd

o .:aiavell t 0fWm.8ottdOOOUd''flSM1Tfl ; ? ; R'A'T' i V* Kxre Tfcpfi'T; ,,. .3'
wTue1'oetiustet s qWRIENIsAtlv44wiuflW ofcAnIgtter ianuar1 1-1$2. fmb,5-4t i1t''FI 4" -

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which I afflicted
Believing it to be a rfutar owe to-the '
Trwa.i-Three>Dollars ptr.annum,payable CoetBcnj:.adJeffrnqrsSLrect; asked communicated in .writing .'_"' ,. ." 'J"'I., ;ff present' ',$frli certifloa e. which yen I UL ttfpnblbli tbtfo1l1".1ea4b1cBtIt-
sent mall the ". r ':Jr1sbA Quarterly1Review*-and: Black *
GA or signs by ; ;
; A > : wood
., -poa oartngtPapir.. \ %. ; -. SAVANNAH tableWll be charged J..nd for even ( AIJ ; -I.Tt can use as;;you think proper.-; 1..I1t.a1so say, Magailne) in addition to which they havereewv*

icerptoniitnot paid,"fore the.expiration 'JOHN' BOSTON. JOBS'-'-tt. CCKBT.' haIr-ounce fraction of an ; ENJ Yht t that la Con1'ersJngwiCb. man jr who hare usedlolU' ly commenced the publication of a Vataabk Arrl
medicine hay not found who
: S nam d 1n'-this ia'ble.'.tf). one .''S.S -. .enlturalwrfrk.caUJdtJwf. *.* -* 41
.fL1.7u.r&re charged.' October SO, ISSll,. r.tf. weight ceMrefle'.r :! : ; ;
Advertisements will.be Inserted d at the following rate i'to.be charged.' "' ,been' presented the pbHi ., j .' ,' 'JOItN C. LEY,. Farmer's- Guiilefa.Scitnfifio arid.Prettied

E. M.MOORE&qO.. i $ own 'iJieritsdeeJa ; Past or Methodist Church Jacksonville.AMERICAN .. |t .J ff1turj? -.'
rates .One Dollar (of twelve lines) ... ,
: per square fOb > r. No .ro': t t: ; ., .
'
GENERALconmssioN ; ) #t# ; I, ,. B 1hiii'niniss, F.R. S.; ot"kdIDhiP
tnt,and Seventy-Five Cents for every snbse.uent.inaerUon ., CE. ;,. "tt ; S ,.4' ;..oCt9 D11. L'e".\Ath....18.1.....". -5;',anthor the"Booof lAt. am. .t.r-&t'as-
To yearly Advertiser! a ,ISIERCHANTS: AND .f.. ... ....',. : : .DfTEfPotnsett Sir t..Three pafU,.of a S Meted bj John P.No toa-M: A.!,*N..Hs'- ,
.
lbra .
-S ,;. '.- .,, "..p.' .r.' ). .- Ie le prepairaUoa compounded Bottle ofyoit'most valuable'medicine called Indian Profess .Scientifio'Agriculture fa4legeflto Y. "
diseeaat will be made AU transient Advertisements J4c-ToR: : ,; '''-' i.C';' I medicinal roots growing in the i'S S
,. ". .. .. .' relieved '
t. Loxecust" of f
.J ". ..; t. "' has.entirely me a severe ; fctf. 2 : H 1f t %
(except by persons having a running account (Smelts''new Warehouse,) -.:'..- fVifv "'.';",,''-7:1; ";.. :, ,.'' : ;: It is ESPECIALLY FXJBEI.Y and for waotir the cure attack'of- Diarrhcea*,'I cheerfully S recommend. j : Thia(\highly TaloaWd Work:W01eomprtwtw g ,

with the office) must .paid tor previous to pnbllAil 219 Bay-Street Savannah, Ga. 'i: .-The Inventor, and Propri your medicine.,"., to"those. similarly afflicted.; largo royal octavo Tola meg,,oontaioing ornrilBO
"" "* -
i< *. .- : .:. ., : -.| that It,is,an Invaluable S V Withrespeetyoure&a.t.. I pages, 'with 48 or,20 spleidid steel enD t1, .

t &t a distance can their remit- I E.M: MOORKNeM.HAR&is.. ; Ss? the test 'that 'he has 'given;it '-5' 5 ,1 .THAD.. C."ANDRr.. $ .,w-.S.-> and more' than 600 engravings/:wood/la UM:
rV. govern the, ton- highest itylt of the art, iUnsIratingihng' 4tCtmplemenfpf S
Oct. 23 1851. tf. resides,and :
i
t idvtrtisinff,by the following rate. "Wnlc Pn p.ln. :' '. ;. Ct:' = .with which it has met'warrants; .AND; FO REIQ. H husbandry now in use 'y tb* bManners '

.. ?iAuars. welv lines) published'':x months, Joseph S. Baker H.. D. Weighing i or. or under,being. ':ls aP031TJVECURE: :. ,,AaEN'OY' ,tnp best method plofighing, plaaL&rfj
for.i.j-! ( $10 00 single rates. .',',,- .,-. ,. ,3 ''come to the ''determination to .S S -5 iarve8ting&a., aLe ,-, the. r.mooe' domesUaniiaal
PRACTITIONER OF..MEDICINE; Over* o*. and not over I os.'-;? 6 Ireaoh of all, knowing bow ma- CITYiOPWASIDNGTOl'l; *in tlreir highest perfection f!n" .
Two-iqnarej six months, ? 15 00 WIFERY'AND SURGERY.OJfic't .- Over o?, and not.overljoz.v 9 : l. very unpleasant and often dan! TTTNDER the direction of AAItON'IiATOIIT. Pictorial feature of-the book is unique *ort.5'
) i.i&otber i r an. 10. 12 U PALMER of New "'.WORTHINGTON render it of:; incalculable value to,tie
| t | pusineu.Cards1 > and \ Over Uo*. and not.over 2 oi. in the Southern, and York and '
I t' debtors and creditors, 7 00 on,1 he corner,ofi :Market ForijtiStreet Over oz.and notoier 2i 01.15 : L GARRETTSON SNETHENnfNewOrleans.1 agriculture.,, ,7pubUs' -,, T!* t't'S -

.. loto 5 00 ,-opposite the Court'House.. .WHESUNPAID; mjr-Hlndlan 'Loxecu!..be -Attorneys and Counsellors of the Supreme -' The work is being la SeaJ-moati
'., for letters. of admlnlstrtUon" '' .. 5 ,for my .wriWen signature on dOt of the United States. .- :\ lumbers, of 64 page each:exclusively th*
- I 'Application for dismissal as Admiuia- JACKSONVILLE.. ingle rate,as. II.boye', "' This establishment is formed for Steel engravings and is;sold at 29 ,
4. I"W Over i 01. and"not:OVer 1'01:.10. .. J ; "' .t11.t'fol1orIngobjectsrr cents or .
trtot, I ,., ,., '. .. ...' -S $1000 Cot.16-. tf....jN"B. Over lo :.and not over 1| 01.,15, below.to afew certificates;se 1. r ". : for'the;entire work:in number, :iof whkh. tkarf
office 5 00 2oz.20 "many received from, respeeta 1.: For a.cttclnttaw in tht'Suyreu: Court of will be at least ;
For aanonncemcnt of candidates for Over Ii os. and.not over ,
CORWIN & CO.'S ORCHARD.Middietown .. 25 c : S the United 'States and conducting,professional ; The-British ..Periodicalslie-puhiislKd. ; law TaJ -
Over2 and not over 2jt> .
No announcement win be made unless the sameb.'coornpan4 os. EGBEFOISTT business before Congress;, owr.Tiz= ',' 4'* ; *T
:
with the amount charged. Orang county,. NOTE:"From and after the 80th 2.For the prosecution recovery of all claimsin The London Quarterly Review, (Cotutertatiftl

Editorial ;notices for private benefit will be S New':York. mode of computing the rates upon : should not be without this Tain- law or equity against the United States 'be The' Ed nburg Review (WhigOTi: ..tNetth
to it
-I.e;letters from one office within Every.family ought. Ornamental TREES "
.htrjed double the rate of advertising. Fralt..l1'rnU.nd States or Territories to another S against foreign_.Governments before.Boards "of. ster,Review, (Liberal,) and Blackwood'. E41t.l

Ruinous;Obituary,and Marriage notices,will Plants, Shrubbery. &c. &c., farnl.b.ed to letters between the United States. -,*principal S Agent'rar"J&tkson-- -. Commissioners. ,' burgh Mafiaiine (Tory.) : -. : .- : *
be published gratis.Communications. Order., North American provinces-is to be ; ;; S 3,S For 'the'-'settlement "of'"accounts'with 'the .Although these work are distinguished by the

November 13 1851. Jawtf. wit, Single rate, if.not exceeding State;-Treasury; War; Navy Post Office, 'and, political shades above indicated 1et:;bll 1 small
.' must be post paid.v .. double rate, if exceeding half an CUOl'fVII.t.J"Jfay 6thyl851.: ,_ Interior Departments, and 'obtaining the'remla-' portion.of their contents it.devoted topolltital .
S exceeding an ounce; treble rate, if it is with much pleasure'that 1 sion of fines penalties and forfeitures for alleged subjects. It is .their literary character,WkjeV
"
: U: .u'tl* >J :J;- P: Sanderson, ,34IT1ESN., :BASER. ,, ounce, but not >exceeding an ounce Public that I have:bee*effectu violations of .the r'T 1ue.'post. office or other gives ten'.their chief value, aiti.In.tht fy7

'*' '9r, ATTORSET' AT.LAW- and so on charging on additional distressing complaint called Dys- jaws.- .. .' stand confessedly far aboTe'au other Journal**f \
'-ATTO NET AND COUKSELLOIl AT LAW.HAVING' East Florida additional half ounce or fraction of ,recommended remedy of -:Fol'j-.ee1U'iD.1ettera.. patent for>inventions their class. Blackwood,still ender the ttacfcetty
removed ht,'office from Columbia AlZitator, Columbia Co., .:: :' The mode of computing rates: ,I bad resorted to mans things from the United States or from foreign'.Govern guidance ofjhrIstspber North,maintains Its W'

: to Jacksonville, Duval County, Great Britain, and to all other I was induced to try his very ments, and procuring land warrants and pensions cleat celebrity, and. at W.lime. aU:1.6tr
: H Whit Smith & M O'Brien the British North American Medicine,'and to my great under the various pension 'laws.of the United ti"; from the aerial works oBwer dts
respectfully Informs his.frioads that be will conS will remain as at present,under completely.cured within a few States.- er literary notables' written for;that M*fariiy

tlnne'lh'e practice of his profession, ItS C..mCi ly. ATTORNEYS AT LAW March, 1849,'and agreeably to been troubled. since with that :5.for collections, generally, embracing debts,.Sand first appearing in its eolumn-both-in Great-

111 .will,attend at each and every Term of Alligator Columbia Co., East Florida.M ded to the table of foreign postages.DIRECTIONS. ._ disease.:, S legacies;.and inheritances,in,the United:States Britain and in the.United StafeM. neb work %
of : say other immediate'cures have and foreign countries- :'. "The Cadona"aad'' (1 New Novel" (bVb
L th*j Circuit; Court in the several Counties WHIT SMITH I M. O'BRIEN > own observation within a few .6.,For,the.purchase and sale of lands in any.of Bulwer.) "My Peninsular Medal," ."TW GyntA
tba' Eastern Judicial Circuit the County of Office at Alligator. | OSce at Newnansvillo. 1st.Every ictter or parcelnot add .my' mite to the already the States Territories of the Union, and loan Hand,!1 and other serial, of which BUWTWT*rival

'. Ht'mnton' in"the iliddle Circuit the Supreme an ounce"in weight, shall be'deemed testimony'with..regard to'your ingmoneys' on mortgage of rea1.cstateJying editions are'issued by the ) .pobKaieT--fa*

.:: Ci .\Tallahassee, an* the U. 8 Court nt St.Acgnstine. S. W. ifAEERATTORNEY orrato.2d. All. .Utters : I am,'rcspecfully, &o., therein.. n .: this country have .to be reprintedti1.hDlle."loUsherS ;
drop-letters, or M. HEARN Jr. 7.. For !vestment10rtunds in United States from.the pages of Blackwood after it .
.
All business entrusted to his: care A LAW office not for transmission, but ,. ,
post ; ,EscV and State stocks and loans,1 collection of the dividends been issued by MUII" Scott fy C04 10 that sab-
wm receive prompt attention. JACKSONVILLE, EAST] FLORIDA. only, shall be charged with postage : thereon and generally for the.transaction scribers to the Reprint of that Magsiino.may always

Address-J. P. SANDEESOX, Jjeksontille Reference one cent each. J ACKSONTILLE, May 21,,1831.; of all business:pertoiniiig to a'law, loan, and rely! on having the enustreadegof Lii,,
Each
: 3d. deputy postmaster it to be a matter .of.. banking \ fnqcinat.in sr tales.J .
duty agency, -- : ,
Duval Count, Honda.JacksbnvaiC lIon. W. B. FLEMIXO, Savannah, Georgia. tion for the last preceding fiscal I had been laboring .under a' 'All communications addressed, postpaid, .to -5 : : TERMS-per annum., _
.Jan. 17, .. tf 30th June) did not exceed$200, For one of the four Reviews,, $3 CForanytwS
March 20. 1851. tf of.Diarrhoea,which baffled the Messrs.Palmer &Snethen. .American.and Foreign any '
the mail all letters written by '
and"rendered unable Agency cit.yof .Washington will receive :'da i ft tOT
me ,
: _
-j-5. ceive the mail all written .
through '- three .
For do CO
nclnlcsh '
I. 'EIcQueen OSSIANB.HART, addressed to himself on his prIvate But fortunately, when about to prompt and falthfalatt.enton., -. .. > -.-..-' For all any Reviews :aID
of 'S four.orthe ,
relief I
ever-obtaining heard I4uJy'L.n.S K :H .ra'l1 r.r 'I
m.f T.TORXE AT LAW, ATTORNEY AT LAW shall not exceed in weight one half For Blackwood's Magazine, .a'oo<
-' ,!! and the use Office No.5 Carroll l4c,; Capitol Ilill. "
rtt.attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern KEY VEST, FLA., postage. This does not authorize entirely restored me to health. 19-13. lawti. For Blackwood and three Reviews' %ttId >

S C } United States District Court at St. any letters unless written by to recommend Medicine ___J_ For Blackwood and the four Reviews ,, GO
wdtj.t e Practices in the United States and State Courtsof their private business only ;nor your S Farmer's Guide [complete in 22 No*.] a.
may be similarly afflicted. Bounty Land
Augustin;the Supreme Court at Tallahassee! ; the Southern District of Florida.. them to receive free of- postage ., BENJAMIN DAVID. and General.Agency, :S Payments. .to be made in all case in advane.

S and prosecute Claims for citizens in any part of July 10-tf written communications addressed" Esq. .' Washington, D. C., : cr.UBBI G. : : :*

I Florida against the Government at Washington, and on their.private business. OSEPU..T.''v ALKER'wm. : ." A discount of twnty:lrt>jtr ent. froia thV
JOHN HAT E L Y JACKSOXVILLB, June 27, IN1. J. give prompt above price 'will be allowed te t3ub erder&jf
either before; Congress or at the Departments. Newspaper Rattt per.-qvartcr .and 'efficient attention to the BOIJNT'Y'LAND
.
V entirely relieved'of com four more copies of .of the
my or :; any: one or HWTB
: 1Pt ADDEESS Jacksonville, East Thirida.I ATTORNEY AT I.AW. the offift publication.,to. actual. a you for your "INDIAN LOXE- Fz.oRIDAWAR CLAIMS! officers in and soldiers engagedin above work Thnst 4 copies of Blackwaod .*
the or either of the ISDIA
Mat 2.1850 tf OFFICE. NEWNANSVILLE-- lutKribertt' best 1 have' ever"used for_the one of the Review will be sent to ont otdntt for
S WARS in which the U. States have been
I' I EAST FLORIDA.sept. From after:the 30th of.June happy in recommending it to the or the'War with Great Britain of 1812 engaged-to, $9. 4 copies of the"four.Reviews and BMkSS4
,p'At W. not exceeding three Yours. truly "' ; for$30 f and so on. *:'
James newspaper .
{ Bryant U
claims the. States for MIUTART
; on ; SERVICES,
t : .t ;. ; II- tf. the annexed rates per quarter are to GEORGE COULTER. 09,Orders from Clubs mustbelieaa ioVKf.1:
: - SUPPLIES;PESSJOSS; LOST PROPERTY, fco.j and to
bATTOUEY ASD COU SELLOR-AT-J.A\V. terly in advance. These rates only Esq. of business the publisher, as no discount from these priee
L description requiring an Agent or
i Witt attend to Professional business in the Courts United States Mutual Insurance. the paper is sent from the office uf ISLAND, St.John's Beach,>. Attorney at Washington For procuring Land] can be allowed to Agentt- >t J'S

Qtfa'Eiutarn! Circuit of Florida and in the Federal / Company, actual and .bona, fide subscribers. ,August 1, 18.JL S'. Warrants, his charge will .be $5-'* In other cases ,be loney received,current at in the Sate' *"where;is" uiwm...

Court tor the Northern District of Florida.. WEST POTTSDAM NEW YORK.EIHGSLEY .-. 5 will inform you that three of the charge ofibeeaser will be proportioned- .-to-the-.,nature" and' >.t ;.1temittsnces'afld'par 'com.manieatiou-S :

fcoa dangerously ill with the Dysen difficulty be always d.poat paid or franked,to th*
: ALSO AGENT B. $ .:W for. about six',weeks. 'I tried He will o act in connection with Agents orAttorneys
lH.:." GIBBS, Agent, 5' a in *. Publishers. .. LEONARD SCOTT*CO;
: for eneral Business in the State, respectlngcr&Dti I S S, F that generallyroencfftihrdoM Florida who mal be employed in 79 Fulton st N. Y., entranceGol .'**
L : flATORT3IILLSDUVAL CO., FLA. ._ and other claims terms .
S og to no effect. A friend misse -t Bounty Land on which ,
the location S ,, 0-
donations oMands and II '
and May 22/1851 ..tf to try your Medicine callednae may.be agreed upon. Letters [which 'should be rrA 4 .
= The Globe. ,
:t .r11in g thereot: -S ." post paid will receive immediate attention."June 'S S ,
.'. 'A I procured it--ande' m ,
and
ALso AGENTfor SAMLI1OYT&Co., 11 Bottles of it cured all thre : 5r lawtf. Congressional Agricultural 'Literary

Mwspaper. :' .
the j'eo! collection of Claims upon the United GENERAL t1MISSIO 'MEIICII1S Not S over 50 miles 25 15. ; boping known youri;so valuable"MedicinI that all that may Notice. S 'fH HC.:undersigned submit* to.the pnbB4'*

; :tai S.ibrf.: Military or other services pensions, Over l'and not over' I this disease may' have a. certain ,TO THE OFFICERS AND'SOLDIERS .- ,proposals the GLOBE and its reports fr

i .applies furnished volunteers and for horses or In The Buying And Selling Of.- 300 miles 50 .ST. Yours truly* :OF THE SEVERAl 'ITARSSINCE": !the next session Congress. Congress hat towUso
Over 300 not 1000 : liberally patronized ,tbe nndertakM taat i4
for which the United States over ; :, JAMES LATLMER. .! :;
l other property. lost, EVERY DESCRIPTION OF AGRICULTURAL miles 75 ,45 i Esq.jACKSOSTtttE'July. S THE SREVOL UTION.. will be established as a standard work worthy*fits

A.t' isliable. IMPLEMENTS AND Over 1000,not over.2000. '. S a recent Act of Congress, officers and sol official imprimatur,unless the undersigned fails

: 'AJyrees Jacksonville. East Florida. MACHINERY.ALSO miles ,100 60 SO, 1851.. BY (who have not received) are entitled inhisduty.Thiswil1notbethecaaesfsaznsz. ': -
,.. Over 2000 not over 4000 tried your very valuable Med-' tu UNTY'LAND,for services of:one monthor effort can avail. The GLOBK if f th,.only paper :.::
X EIcRobert Baker miles ". 125 75 \ &and find it by far the best and more; the widow and minor children of those that will furnish full reports of the proc dineaaa4ldebates
Georgia and French Burr Mill Stones; Eusopus, Over 4000 miles 150 90 dangerous disease that I have deceased, are also entitled ."Subscriber will of the two Houses of Congress; an2 aar-.
ATTORNEY. COUNSELLOR LAW, Colagcn, Cullin and Bolting Cloths. Aba every 5'C nf. My little daughter, aged undertaker a 'moderate' oompeneatioii; the lug received their sanction as such tn be*!tStvf

r S JICKSOSTII.LE, E. FtA. kind of produce North and South and CASH paid DIRECTIONS. had'suffered long, and was De claims.of those interes ed., .Having been employed porters will be engaged to write ut.tb*-baC '.

Wj the Courts of the Eastern for Wool, Hides, Deer Skins and Shipping Furs. 1st. 1V ekly papers.onlywhen a skeleton and T tried part of in public office for several years, his experiencein of each day, whictt will undergo the.misioaJof- '
: 'practice in &Ul'L HOYT. HAMPTON L. BILBO. stated,are to be delivered free in ,"INDIAN'LOXECUST7' and such matters will enable him to afford great the ileinbtirs. The work,, after passing through
J Jn;*i: Circuit j in the Supreme Court at Jack- they are published; and this a charm the child.is now*im facilities;to Claimants for :LAND ANDPENSIONS the DAILT GLOBE and.receiving earreet o/will"

ti5 o*tile,and in the United States District Court References: in the mail over SO miles. be. seen. by those who do not be and sate them a:great deal of trouble be presented as ni3hed, in the COSQKESSJONAI.. r.

the Northern District of Florida. Having Messrs. ANDERSON& Co., FRAXSIJN &DunLEY 24. Newspapers containing not Respectfully. ;. and expense.._VThere' he obtains:notifing,.ucharge GLOBE and APPENDIX. ,
or
WEBSTER & PALMES DESSLOW inches, arc to be charged'ono .' A. V. COLVIN.' is mad .-.,All letters post-paid will receive ,The debates will probably inert'aseliD? interest
SWIFT &
j. an efficient' and reliable agent at Washington he Co., Parannah Ga.Vf.. P. MILLER & Co., rates. /Esq., prompt attention,and the 'neceasary/ forms and during the next waiion. The one subject which*

Z': will prosecute claims against the United States New York RHOGLES Nouns, MASO&Co. Boston 3d. Publishers of newspapers are ; Fla.If. instructions'sent. _,, '5 eugrossad the lost will doubtless giraway to others
; 1NzcJLA$, ,July 31,1351.;
free of of in this .,
at W change postage,one copy .C. W BENNETT great variety, -which progress *
before Congress and the Departments hing- Mass.; F. B. LOOMIS, ESQ., New London ,Att'y; .
:
only; and this-privilege extends I is to certify that two Bottles of . Washington D. C.Octobe'r .- country the conaietsof party;:and .the*ambitiew
Ct. H. McCoMBs ,
S. "
I ESQ.,Wilmington Del. .
; ? :
\cm1.K
INDIAN
iL !
23th 1851. published Canada.. LOXECUST 1850., ,tf for place and distinction, necessarily produce..
Being permanently located at Jacksonville, be I Savannah Angust sept. 4-tf 4th The weight of newspapers cured two of our Negroes,of a se ": Vast interests will w at stake npoa the decisionsof
S will give his entire and unremitting attention to or determined when they are in a ; ..1 take pleasure in recommending ;" {Wanted. the next Congress; and there i*great talent in.'
JOHN A. MAYER! DRUGGIST "S
5th. Postmastersare.: not -as'being without'doubt both branches which will be evoked in their di-
his profession, and all business entrusted to his Jfo. 154c Broaghton street. Savannah, Ga newspapers free of,postage under and Safest remedies for this disease. A SITU A TiO ; sTeaehers; ;bi: the'' Under- enssioo., All the boners of the. Republic,''dependent .

zL UI'I his privilege ', t .of or seen.,. ., Yours truly,' "signed and Lady-both of whom are Georgians on the succession to'-Presidency) a* wU
1 He will also attend to any business asS fot sale besides every article'in. 6th. Payment in advance"does ... AV.O.McLNTYRE.: by birth and education., They have the advantage as all the great and permanent interests whi .OFFERS party paying to any. deduction ett.Esqi of two yearS experience in the.business; tbe advancement of the power of-the country,
NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER Gas Lamps,Camphine, rates.< and eau give satisfactory reference as'to ability, will give impulse to the action of.the next Coo-.
;Appointed by the Governors of the followingStates' Landwth's, Warranted Fresh Garden -S -., : JACKSOSYILXK:;June 0th, 1851. qualification&o.A.female .Academy in some giess.'. : ,

1. : to take Testimony Affidavits and Acknowledgments Rat .-of postage to be charged ,have used your Indian Loxecust thriving Tillage of Florida would be preferred, S .The Daily Globe will be published daily cmr| cr
Segars, &e. &c. Newtpapertand every other have found it a very.valuable but,if this cannot be bad the CHDERSTONED WOuld the session Congress,and weekly the remainder
;, to Be used therein t At wholesale and retaiL ted Matter except Newspaper ; a.. L'take ,great pleasure in take charge a male schooL; ._" ofthe year.. .It will contain full and faithful n'- .

1 ; 'i1aitie, Virginia, g N.B. Spirit manufactured, and always frosh, published at intervals not it to the public.' Vddress the undersigned at C1reenvme..Ga. ports of the proceedings both Houses of. Co4

i North Carolini, and for salo as low as can be purchased in the and tent from the.office of J.E.TOWNSEND. JOHN. .SLACK gress; and miscellaneous articles'on tho e'g. wralsabjec
Massachusetts South Carolina, Southern market, for cash or approved credit. and bona fide tubscnbert.. ', Esq., :'OctlG,1851. tf-or-ty.:"' : }to whieb-k is devoted. ''
ITS': S
Nov. JNO. S --- ---- --- -
21-ly M.
A. : : : : : The 1VttklrGlok-will.eont&iDApicW1ua1' .
: Nw York, Georgia, S ': 't' L ,'E. Fla.., !r ii1, lSsI.. S. .Notice.' and miscellaneous articles; and will oocatioaalfer

: Pen l'ylvaAia .Alabama DYING AND SCOURING, additional S Norx.-Foreah ounce: =' : may certify to you that 1 bad a ml1VUNDERSIGNED. having formed a Co- give-debates of such importance as command. un>-"
or
?i' 1. Delaware Mississippi, :ESTABLIS H \IENT fraction of an ounce, '}iI.. under a severe'attack of Di. 'Jl.. partnership for' the Practice of ;:Medicine, versainterest.. : ,

fd 11a.n Texas. JVO. 73 YORK '., beyond the ten ounces '5:2" '1a1J'0 : the use;of one-bottle of your respectfully offer their professional services the The.price of' the JVttklt.lnlOOe I*reduced Ut
STREET
1. Indian Loxecust" effectually citizens Jacksonville. and its vicinity.. / : bee dollar with a more'general
jan int.hiatnbloaD.ad- H"
IIne1Jb lytsYermont (REAR OF TIlE COURT HOUSE). ditional rate will.be a fij' would take"this method of.re ;J. S.MURDO, M. D I circulation. i '

'..-. SAVANNAH '. GEO. 0 e as a very valuable Medicine.; ,. S .R.P,DANIEL, M.D.. i"- The Congressional Globe win embody.'as-hae"
-lib ,:. ,OSCAR HART, c charged. ,.' S ,. JOHN:BRANTLEY. Office- *'on the corner. .directJy.N olth ot the Buffing don for the' last seventeen yean Congressional
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iALEXANDER :
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oJDSett. son Housed proceedings and debates exclnsiveryv "
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GALLO1VAT, 5- S.--. ;Oct301851. 3m. The Appendix will embrace the revised*M* Ja
,. upon the Second floor at the Court-house RETURNS his thanks to his friends'for the ,; 'Ctsi:Cts'; ,JAcrsoJrvnLB'July>1851 separately and the messages of the
4 \ ,-:.' Forsyth street. JBL / favors he has received since he commenced One oz. or under 1".2. in0'8 I was attacked with Nassau :' the United States and the report of the Head-.: > _
Whx practice in the several counties of the business in this city in 1832,and would state to his Over 1 ozuot ove2. os.' 2 ,4. a- severe that 1 could not at- County Tax Collector's Sale i the Executive Departments. .f' '

5S Eastern Circuit of Florida and attend to the friends,and the public generally that during his :. ... 2" .u '" '.3"' 3. 6. .- 'I was recommended to try B YftTUE'ofthor:; .in nur.by law.rest-! The.Congressional Globe and Appendix win&*? ,. ,.
late visit to London and Scotland be has. acquired u a" ''. 4 U 4 '8 ',LOXECUST. procuredone ed I wiU.expose for. sale,in front of the. 'published as fast as the proceedings 'or.Congresa
'; collection of claims against the United States for various improvements connected with S 4""" '5".iS ]0 the same time two members of Court House- door of Nassau county, on the firs will make number. Suincribrrsuay'.xp.esos"

5 Military Mnricei,and for Horses lost, or other DYING AND'FRENCH .CLEANING, ., 4',5"."/-", C "' 6 12 afflicted with the same,disease Monday of March, 1852-the following describee number of each s>week during the first four w iet*
property lost destroyed by troops in said service. which be trusts will .enable him to give general 4' 6 ". << 7 '7 ,JJ4 ''medicine from the 'one'Bottle tracts or parcels;of land situated far said count ofa session, and two or three number or*aeh'a>-
y satisfaction, to all.who may please to favor him H .-T-M.-.M; "* 8"t.S' 16' ; to inform yon that .it'cured One tract containing 250 acres,lying near the residence week. afterwards until the end of the session.
Al o,tlaimi for pensions of disabled soldiers or with their patronage. w" S '< ." ". 9" 918 .We are now all well and hearty "of,Mr:John, tiigginbothain on a swamp Complete indexes to the CwsgressioisetGliWand

;r b1'iwss.fld! orphans deceased soldiers. Ladies silk and woolen,Dresses, Shawls, &o, 'i 9'" u .". 10( ,!'.-;.JO. 20. only'one Bottle of your Valuable. called Little Mills;another tract lying on Funks Appendix will be sentt4 subscribers*oe p.f. .w
A1i6,"claims for bounty land .officers and sol- leaned and dyed various colors so as to give good S ; Yours truly' -- '. '. Swamp.,containing.250.acres,. 'These lands are .ter Congress adjourns. :; "

l. sad the widows and orphans deceased of- satisfaction.. Table Covers cleaned or dyed as DIRECTIONS.. TIMOTHY. ;HARRIS." described ,by surveyors as belonging to' Saneher* Nothing;of a political aspect wH; lappear in the
ii5 maybe required. Gentlemen'rarmena renovated 1. On every transient .,Esq.. and are sold for taxes due from&15., -Taxes due< Globe save that which will be found" the"Ce -"?

fteen lad soldiers. '- in the same good style as formerly,so as not to be cular;handbill engraving, the State' $15..' .. gressional reports. A to .b.sm f
jOsc Will,give his,Mention to conveyancing, surpassed by any done at the North, or dyed"as. magazinebook;and ever other ; MandaruFla.Oct.1,1851.; ;*; .A..J.- BRADDOCK',.' impartial vehicle for' 'J)11aSIUmbJi hv

t4t.wamlng titles.and records, and ascertaining may be required.' 'Ladies' bonnets dyed black, printed matter the above rates'' time since I was on visit near Sheriff and e;oft Tax Collector. character' the. &a party1. ,
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cleaned,' and pressed in a superior Style. :'Ladies' ,be prepaid; according to the.. was-suddenly taken_very sioki nov 27-Ide; ,_ hue. A
claim* to lands.JU1 and GenUemen's Kid Gloves cleaned after. 'the 2.\l heneyer any printed matter : .was recommended. The 'S 'TERMS.jj.'vfc 'S
ulUlotlll'.entnutAlc to him win meet with most approved London fashion. : '" postage is, required to be prepaid visiting happened to have a bot NasBau, County Tax Oolle'ctOr's'sale.. .For" one copy of the Daily Globe'(dally d****.;'>.*>

prompt attention; and all t Instruments of writing Mr. si. KIEL hSbeenpjiOtflt54LA5fltfOt the inattention'of Postmasters;o : ; and I used it, and takefloa- BY VIRTUE 'Of authority In'me by law ves.4 ,ring the session Congress, and weekly* '

win executed 'by him'with neatness and de., the above establishment: 'and- will attend to the sent without prepaymentjthe'sam? you\;.that it:cured Iwilliexpose for sale, in front of the 'dl1l'Ulg'breceu$1.; W-
reception and delivery of work Jacksonville and with double the above rates.' .my name ;.in print,but ttittt for Court Hoa.door 1)f'N assail'couDtY1I1t'tbe first For the Daily Globe for less than a year,at '
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Ipa.te : the surrounding country. Terms moderate.. 3. Bound books and:'parcels of ; that may be afflictedyou. .; can Monday of March 1852,300 acres of third quality : the rate f 84 ets.'a month. / ": -.:;
Jacl on'vUl..Jan.25. 1S5L. tf March 21. ISM.; tf, not weighing over 22 ounces,.* think! it necessary. 5 land lying in said county,owned by John Bella For one copy of the Weekly Globe for s'ss'' "ft*- -

i.j __ '. ,- mailablematter.: ,, ,T; ,. with'respect. S my, or. ,for taxes due for 185!. Amount year' ,' ---S fCfti}

u 4. .. ." Sea Island Cotton Gins.fH .' Periodical ls published t'aD SUSANNAHHARTLEY: liz. $1. 2Sf A..JBRADDOCKi, -. For one copjoftiieCongreesional. Globe.. .da-" v 1

..:;' A.a ENr C.Y HESUBSCRIBERltakesTthi*" opportunity ing three months and sent from ;Jacksonville' ,.F1aJ' : ._. Sheriff,and.ex,off. Tax CollectoV{ ring the session.* .* r; .!) !&>*
FOR'.CLAIMS,A7'.W, lication ftf actual and bdna'fide1 'For ona COPT t the Appendix durinr th1 &** .
Jl: to inform th planters of. -J 1-tds
? Long Cottons o
S.awuhtn.E Staple ,
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ZnI .r.l'"_ that he still continues to be tharged with One"half the- :Graven/HiU/Oct20,185i;'> '- session : -;' 1 .
manufacture of the In the last above table; and Indian Lozecnsti*a good med "'" : For four copies oteither.or part of' bothaV;J. tiring '
Kenaaugh, latest improved at ROLLER his usual ,HORSE GINS,. doublund.1Dliei ter's postage thereon must lu all since I purchased bottle from For. the'Afflicted.IP .. the'session; '" ," a f" .

KKAJL riLLAI.b'S$ HOTXL rCTSSILVASIA A fill all orders at the shortest rates notice.and V Is 'rea.tO. Periodicals published at' intervals ,, 10111'agent,and gave it to"'one OUGH SYRUPS MedicatedCigarette 'For ten copie*of e'ither rpr part of both fc.'' '
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Continues.I give his prompt attention to the ar For the reputation:of the Gins;apply> to the fol three be months are charged" ', "with" the" that' had suffered Very much;from V/for the Ashthmati and Consumptio; Hepa ring the session, : "f ;: Jo-"'

rangement prosecution claims before Congress lowing Agents. ;.or to those who have them. in ,use.; must. NoTB.prepaid.-ln ease' ;there Is on In of Dysentery. It cured hinu:Soon ie Pffls.'fo*derangements.of the.: Liver,* Spleen, ,.:The pried for thie'pere are *o low/th $
another
*" or attacked with the Ito -
-- -- negro Tonic Pills vance
Bitters
and for are
; thelDvfpeptic payments Indispensable to'carry.thea* ,
oir Executive .AGE.ns.Vil1&lon ; .
&a1-of. the : Departmenti. periodicalpamphlet. or other' I purchased1 another bottle audit Pills O1 on,and rd et'wm'b6 '
Antalgie tm ta. aDd Tinctures,IortbereUefotNephutIc' no attended to ,uabMtt
Claims arising from the Revolutionary.Florida, .. tt Aoosta;Centervilkge, Ga. paper twnneeted';therewith;: ny;; *'r ";ij0/- -jJ; >, Ularlne,Rheumatic and gouty, money aooompanle it. -- "
Cap V?R.Byihewood, Beaufort S.C.' any kind by which information 'moment'intecommending
or Mexican wars; Invalid Revolutionary,Half- pains'Pcenftetme.Pllb.and.Mixtures,for arrest Subacriptionsmay-beMmlttedby'-malLaloat ,
Scott & 1 V eau, Cbarlesten,8.C.: or communicated in writing, or by. to the public1''as being-the ;speedily;(eito.tuto Jecunde,): neucous and risk, far money at par'In .the section of woutry.
I ,&yrIwldov'e Pensions NaYI1.or 'Arniyj%; Tiwn&(iarris. Ocala, EFlorid. the said newspaper,periodical, '..DysenteryJthat J.rhate otJier'diaoharr.e'from the urinary organs'Styp- where subscribers reside? ".. -' : **

JWott Lane or Scrip; under Jaw of Feb'11, Fernandez,'Dishes k.Jacksonville,.E.Fla., printed mattes becomes subject to of.. 'S; :If you lee proper. you can... tie, for uterins and other Utomorhages;Antiby- 5' .P--'; JOHNC.Rth'4
audit is the of the '' : t .
IStr. rUBCttrt:W,1813 i Arrearageii. o"f Payand K.It. Dukes l'ala.tb,E,F. the wrapper,.duty and envelopes'from J.YoUTf'tM11l. j' dropical Ointment, Powder and Potions,-fone WaahtngtGD Cil1,'0C1.15.1850J'u; 1MASONRYBRICKLAYWG :4
S.HojtItC.&ftnDah.Ga? : ,.- .
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U Xn.act.:4u returning Volunteers; Claims for L.tfiblack& &Co,'Alligator,E.F. : ter and pamphlet not charged with ,. I1 e"< f j k'"Y. P .1'. diseases dncingidropsicaliwellingi of'the heart and purification; Cardiacal of the Pills,-for : FLS1I
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Other l' Ex- Harris for the purpose of ; .. ,. .. blood '
Hones lost sod Property } Lartinser. Elisabetbtowo, Lownies, ascertaining > w -t-/ ," : j Alterative Pills for the renovation of the-'constitutlonf
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,.,1Dft y Volunteers before beIngmsat4ansceived ; .Count1..O. S "- upon or connected with1any"such'' acklOuT le,EJ';&p.5;185Ir-: i 'ABtidy8enUri..;PUl-fof'-y8entery'anct! : -I < S /ING&c: "
; ALSO orin such package, any:matter Tbhe Is '
service ,, ; tocerlfy tbat 11 diarrhosa} Magte tinetnres and Embrocations tori UNDERSIGNED takes this method e-t'
into: ; Waggon-mas would authorise or require the ch ,cured oft &arrho 'JL. ,'
EXTRA BOXES AKD Bacsnts n ,bad of the severe thfrspeedyreliefof nervous.'affections-especially t Informing the public that he is'wady to da-
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and Teamsters' claim*) Marines',tailors', subscriber.- .moderate rates.-; 48sons wanting rate' 'of postage F..r"thereon.' "*r. ?N; ; : most.valuable medicine called 1 thoso of fel1&leaNDisiDf'eotan&and '.ProphylectiV Bricklaying,;Masonry, Mastering. Stucec/Wfl,

.kr1&e. ,; Gins' or Gin*repaired please' direo i to*Aeents.OT '.Po ., after suffering for inor*.;than IS: washes,'(the former secure against Infection, and 4o.:Jto", Wi1l'fUI'Dtsh plan and-dr,* :;

: !o : to '. L.'Bt1K.NS;. S 2gnzcx DflAkTMZIST'Jnn ,distressing disease,e.I take plea 1 the latter neutralize by a-chemical?process,:anv when desired|y person"for whom b. i*(* l
t.; ; 1 aproM ." .S ': >St.Mary'sGeorgia-i .' -:most-.valuaU medl-j contagion vlcug wl th-which;one may ehanceto to exeente VorkV without,extra..Chrg'gj4
prjj j titicj .,of cUlms,, together with the'rules ;: JuneG.WI.. ::lawflin. 7 isBUFFIWGTOW amioted<; ;ji 't';1 oome.-bnonw&)Colto Snforehlk1ren U weUknwo'Io''th citlien of Jacksomffle s ; a

4 and rtfBUiion*!gevemlnj' the different DeportaenU ,., ..-.JACKSOlVILLE'WA -1.un traJy' f'J.l., ,i cntIenta,' for\' *weHine .lcimnleg.ift-MH, ,;: ,o.i competent nt obanl *
,be'U prepared to:undertAke.. claims,olrhatibd 'Godd1n Jt;, Webb; A" fflHE SUBSCRIBER' ; rmerJrot./&OkaoI1TJJ1..N, p Aw'JOHNSbN} CI j Salve;'for orear Unguent*,?for ttch, ,sealdhead'burns llnSiAjJOr 1tt.1enceOfhli eiUion*of the- -".hsvefes"'V.taaa a:1 t

..* ''r,tb4.may require .the zerrin.a.nkkr .COX TRACTORS;:ASTI>':BUtLDERS,, JL; public in general,that this I""j9il,HC'L.n d.tI.w&',."" I !1 COilutor1etoi-the,&o.j CoUyria&ettli for sore aDd eyes Dentleflees and '...ddiUo-'Cast" and, 'Mould' for/Iornament qu&W1caUou.' I f... .
pmsaDd; *.
.r 4Pa J; Phot..: ,J4JiCSONflLLE completed and prepared the : t"wnvlfl.viOOtdr. 861' other remedies .manufactured'w YariOUl wr ... VJOHK1V t"irJIO
u.1J FL4ry are far1if4hec1 'S'S
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en bytbe ,ant da of, October : : .cotHeoryooi Loxecust hai 1 chemical ; on I. "AI-. .
fttte&tion gIva5koprop. aettle- OTTLUi.ct 1nt rkib lr j U.c t com* and pathological .D.C Planters "
about Af. bundr d te froet.with of my-men of *long ; h would wy hhM... ,T
S V liens of Jacksonville and the and .. standing; reeognllecS)1 the''jrof' .tlffy experience in JtU'"Drtrp.Sagar Batteries aad IsMi "
'n. tooiinti1 surrounding rear making U as.- -From It* complete and oer' I 01lha114 the ,
'" i country,that they'are to execute'"ork in the South wlfi t ': & Hosts work la that line confident that be
?'ff.( .'andregnlaedbyth 'amount prepared t and >*abl ,to. alt other medlolnei had failed the ourt '! Baft :
'ptOlite Uousa.i'&ICE ; f. "I'JI .t"
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.: in all the,'ariouabriuchu of their profession$ with. over one fifty t --Tftoommondlnffv it' -: tho3iMi5foctio. "; cargumoeeat..tt .
". ,tJOrrict." required., !.neatness" and'.despatch: indaw; determined. say more hudfk. )11 to those l ous&o ANSi a* a-;most!!; tloarfor'thett per bottttpblal'boz,&oftbdIi. b. W' _'f J '{ -'

,.llt;1fJ71U11.&iosI[Wart lnifirtlonTintt through experience sndIusIneubsbftsEo'IoJ besurpasMd for health,and the benefit of our "i, "tT E'.u tcYU i U Y- t.: 'UseER1sCIuPT1O.ltOO1. i ; ,JacksonyilleMaT29,' :. -S.
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U. by ejtablUhment la the he has had .to their,. i1 j. H -" ;nteuo" : 1851rj'
b.Prl4 .cIeo. any countryCi, an ye_ especial uvvn "4 "
... _-t I ho -,. tW.. tl .f&'I. alaes5,00" hudau4 from $ eottlO& oeord
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p' :\ SASS;JJtlN08 UNO DOORS -: HM *; ftdo his arrangement to : 'W Y lng -
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and the r* YOOE'djsrej' &o'Woiu .
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him N nature.ot.&he:easewhon lrf ,
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''. weH M the more enlarged branches building, give *call.emtoTtb1fand, { 01'. -":: 'b I.
'WI .V..q' : : .. 4e omu1ete4;or.lamentable Matt.hea I thai sb.'bss "dissolved b.r-smej
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i will meet their strict.tteA lol1.: Terms as aooomtao4tBg -; H Th.ihabmo8tag. t leal j there let p,01a1tcht i*aja.j I with the ungton'floua.-ra.yjnewas.
M possible;*nd all orders will b* ; Od.1DT sppobtoi ot'101U'Jndiaq made ehrente eontraetif It
)24pqtT1gRwi1AR2' plll1c&tteDc 1 8XffillitMN ; m cue,when dere4' !t hIngsrrsngementwb1eh"se-bopu-" .
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