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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: March 4, 1852
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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A. N TtfgrNB. years before his death. his attention. He soon found a' poor' little be wis leaving the door his. wife distance of the Chattahoochie to within .lr bus beta laNe I, afWC''

tie rat II loa SB* "\at., Mr. Lawrence, our Minister at her Majes boy in an aUer.tandins' to his middle in I screamed out to him-"' bill is now, the river an wouUlaotbesosarbaroaly tftcfeiivlaai'?

A TMOfi of a y adrtm fatt.0d ty's Court, and who has enjoyed ample opportunities the snow, and benumbed with the cold. The "I say; when State to .hro Liltll of tha ia this Ira, where they bare not left lfc2
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BOW 111 drown fricf la Uw evp; for knowing her well, assured little fellow told the office- that he had been heresy atdear! your )00' repent errors, you just western Railroad from to Enfatla first ny head.or faecof, half p,

Abapi4uotb.au- me that she is a woman of most excellent sent out to clear away the snOw from the knock atflitdoorandIperbapsI let Fort Gaines, or some Mac wbike Concha, I &hldi10 tbialr>

; a4110. he ralwd At gob1etvp. sense. The history of her administration, alley. "Go in the house," said the"officer, you. in.", ,4 :'wjl_ ., river. It is therefore expedient point that, to on complete said- on the.wbole. Rood ., I -- -\

Dot U4ted not the vint.Ani and of her private life, so far as we are ableto "and tell your mother that she ought to be The door iras violently slammed; and Jack the chain of roads from the seaboard if Minister you whisper a won the S""I .

;. judge of it, fully sustains this opinion.The ashamed of herself." "My mother," replied proceeded wrathfully in quest ol another of the to the Gulf,a line commencing in Washington, : 1. '
Atlatic Bares in
It liar lored t ah! fond and true, Queen, by common consent, is highly the boy, "is dead. 1m d little bound boy apartment;. at at which the Southwesternroad of ,release.my favor there maybe still WM*(.

:; .", la yean put long aCG:1 blessed, in a husband-and particularly in now." i A sense of insulted dignity, and the firm will terminate, running thence to the my Hon.Remembering, C me to 0 *' '

That angel form and flU of bine this, that he is the husband of her choice, Poor little orphan! No kind mother convictit be'was u martyr in the'righ waters of Pensacola. bay, should estab,- tu frtAd Yours, ).Cnr. !J
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.': Now 'oeath the tod belowThsprideofznyheutlilyingcold- and of her young affections. The match between would have sent her own child to expose cuse, 8trn ben'hisprideand; he resoUedib lished.l b. -. J. .A.KELL. )
Victoria and Albert is admitted on all life and health, even to earn a' penny with ho' uitl hei'forced his wile The distance of this, proposed S railway is S ,, :" 1Kt.U

S" :: TL piT of worm and church-yard mould i hands to be a "love match a. rare thing which to buy bread; and no human heart to ptuli. S S abut one hundred and fifty miles from Eo it th.Wes .n;' 1:. ,

Bat here 111 drown grief In the cup, with erowntd beode-i: bade the wretched boy .go forth; in suchweather In she met him! a i nothing on the Chattahoochie river, to.,thewaters 0' Xossnth has had a magnificent t KcepifcM'fit 1 .. .
and such conditionof i.
Prince Albert is one of the finest looking a storm. The had happened but whenever of Pensacola .
.:: A happier lot be mine- friendless motherless' little Jack venture bay, passing through Cincinlatti. Hon. Caleb B.:Smith, '
S \ .', But u he raised the goblet up, men in Europe-of German, not Englisr our, a mind the most, deplorable on earth one, Is, and to to return to the rupture of the- night'previ- the counties of Barbour Pike Covington, a Member of Congress from Indiana,,, b rlj
and is of well oas, there and the
physiognomy- a gentleman was a 'laughing in her corner of
,
Teen eye, now a lawyer of Cincinnati! to
/ mingled with the wine! Alabma .spoke
the who could ill
bring use or n glectan orphan
; ... balanced and. excellent which her and Santa '
bespoke Eosa in
< prudence common power, and extinguished FloriDa, : ovr a the welcome of the city. ,>*"
S L I !Her form was fair single tress, sense. He has had a most delicate and must assuredly suffer-either .in this hope., A second time he repaiied to..his country admirably adapted for tbe purpose Kossuth, in reply of the ,
world in the future. spoke
That waved above her marble brow,' difficult part to perform in the British king or lonely couch, and a ,second time he' called There are no large streams to cross, and the Cineinnattt child in Jreq
dom. The husband and the social head of "I'm a little bound boy,. now, alas! how upon his pride to support him in ''the lands for a great portion of the as a a cradle, ;
All else strug way
: the church-yard clay doth press mournfully eloquent those few words: "I'ma reuire awakening ia an unmatched .raonaent ,hjW :;; .
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the Queen nevertheless without ; gle which he found but little it "
S That: 'alone is left me now he entirely. little bound boy, now." Did he remember now .was getting desperate. grading ;. can therefore buil liberated his. tender hands front Onderflutu
regal or legal power or prerogative lit He vented curseR 'loud but not at less than the ordinary cost of roads in .
r I A marble slab marks where doth rest the time when the mother's deep'n swaddling bands, swept away by l ,
lightof a Jove
S the kingdom. Thus circumstanced few the and South. The lt'iefi
men waywardness caprice of advantage to derived by
. The one I loved alone the best- sunshine to him when he b arm the primitive forest planted by(
would fill his without with was contiually in aad New Orleans r
position uniting general, at his own wife in particular and tbe on tri'
But now 111 drown grief in the cup was the star of.her existence when his lit- brderinc on Cetio's dawn, and raised byizA .
factions in the the Gulf
subserve how
government to unworthy -wondering' much longer she would fro the completion ."I
A tle wreathed in smiles metropolis. ;r\: :
happier lot be mine : ends influ- lips, were pressed .
or to exert indirectly an suffered are great.A
hold.ollt-wh.etherbe as acutely asheldt.and Had the founders :
His heart was full-he raised it up, ence which was forbidden to himdire tly.- again and again by her lips,and his eyes tried hard to delude himself into daily line oletem'er from the term! the directions xrhich of led this counir1Ia1ii

Yet could not taste the wine! Such has been the wise prudence of the were mirrors for love-beaming face! the,belef that she loved him too 'much to DOS to the city, bring a great portion ,Cincinnati would '
astray beea
Did he remember the time when now aa
husband of her Majesty, however, as not a place on prolong estrangement, and would : of the Atlantic.and Pacific travel hither; the of b"
the Eastern
:Tho clouds rest heavy on my brow, her bosom on which to pillow his head was him com I appendage notyetex-- _
even to subject him to the suspicion of an to in morning-perhaps that verynight cotton growing region of Alabama, Florida, marked the By
Grief, sorrow, claim a part; improper interference in govermental affairs. recompense for all his 'troubles, when her and see for reconciliation. But thence and Georgia,"in the vicinity of the route, and longitude.on He ,said map the only: J'ir; :

., Thccc xeldom speaks a voice e'en now, He neither meddles with Church or State, sweet voice soothed him to slumber and tbe the recollection of that inflexible coun would make this their great mart; in return ltode the French revolution discouraged teult

i To aoette a wounded heart! but is an active and munificent 'patron of depths of her beaming eyes: were graves for tenance, of that unbending will, and of that they would receive the products of Louisiana From shaking off*, the yoke "of oO

S 1 rtand alone,In grief to mournThe every great social scheme for the advancement all his disquietudes ? Then doubly heartrending laughing, unpitying eye-and he felt convinced and those of the brO west; therefore while 'this country's prosperity ncouriaedthem
the and the
memory of that loved one goner of the public welfare. Although a is little bound thought nohe feeling that he that he was hoping against hope, New Orleans would benefue by.this. ; and,having started a ha.newdoc<
h .- rei here I'll drown grief in the cap foreigner-and the British people do not "a boy ; cannot leap and despairingly he turned to the wall for route, and the roads proposes I lime: ,.the United States are responsible forV't ;
the door of
r f: 'AtaftUh to thee and thine: hastily fraternize with foreigners-Prince over steps as yore,and fearlessly oblivion from the wretchedness of his own etrengthed by this connection. it, and as a teacher bound not'to itc\ .
the hand'Of his mother
fiat us be rslsad the goblet up Albert is at this moment, I believe, the most cling to ; no! he *.. Tbe link to complet this chain can be 'forse
tough The in : jl
.: j.hsata Jed with the wine! popular man England, except the Duke of moves with domicile a cringing tread' within the smallest tbestranger's second day was a. repetition of the made, and the bordering on the Gulf S assemblage Cincinnati *-j8i;
Wellington. ; he starts at first; no allusion made to tbe forbidden would feel the benefit of its influence, before have been the largest: yet addressed by -J

v .rn hedieajr cold and there is music in them
111 give Joe memory; 1 residence from one of her palaces to another. icy; no as quiet happiness atd cheerfulness about the :_: ,fJ

S The hid the thought of grief to fly, I The profusion of wealth and luxurious accommodations there the sweet used to be in is the voice of to his the mother; wife, that puzzled Jack sorely, and he felt It would open I district of county where Letter from Mr.Elurphy, of Geor1L'

.; S It nngl ill nth revelry that are lavished upon the request changed peremp. that all idea of forcing her into a surren4er lands are now comparatively ,which WASniyGOxFeb:1l"J2.{n.
and he flies
command the
Vet'atill that memory 111 inter- royal family of England, while thousands tory the over order pave if must be abandoned.A would be of great. advsntage to our national 7 the Editor of the FI ".
S S ment to execute tyranical as IVa.ga
I My bosom be its sepulchre J of their poor are literally suffering for the brick were a live coal beneath bis third night he was 'alone with''histhoughts. Government. Sir J-I discover reply tbic4; !
Then here, te drown grief in the cup, bread that sustains 'life, is a comment upon every His reflections were more serious Government having spent millions for the made to tbe question propounded te to ix'the

No other joy is mine: aristocratic and kingly rule sufficiently feet.Perhaps he remembers the time when he and composed than on tbe night previous. naval station at Pensacola, should encour- House of Representatives .the 'H ml"'
to re-affirm republicanism in its What they were,of course were known only age this enterris as it will be found necessary slant the Flotidai :
But u he raised the goblet up, strong hurried from school happy but hungry, and i by gentleman ,froqi( (Mff
lie. trembling, epiit u.e wine! strong positions, and cause every American sure of the welcome slice of'' good, sweet to himself, but they seemed to result in something t every facility.for her great Cabell,) has been construed to,.mean' thati
S heart to indulge in the liveliest gratitude to bread 'but now when he is almost starving, decided, for abut midnight three distinct mprovements. would no vote for a Whig for'a President:j
not place
trusting I
-' S Polaeca &e.S sacola,' as a rendezvous in 'time of ;war,
delivered us from monarcbial rule and inducted of who knows his reasonable answer, and the signal ,was repeate in a for to a Democrat who :'did,
\
4Tte Richmond| / Wfcajt expresses obligations us into a government dispensing its wish will one be !: 'every. louder tone; still all was sient third holds complete control over the trade and not do so. If.I said any thing capable-o

to Dr. Moorman one of the Virginia favors and iis fostering care alike to all. 'My mother supplied is dead,oh! the utter'desolation time thedoorahook. with attacks'from commerce of the Gulf; hence a vast amount such a construction I did great. injustice dJj! 5
But this luxurious provision for royaly is the outside. has beenexpended wisely in constructing myself; for would not vote for any jasA
the World Fair for the which child
Coqum&sioners to i of spirit must experienceon
)
incident to royalty; and while it is one of the death cold browof "Who's there 1" cried the voice of his fortifications at the entrance of her bay; and who was not in favor of that ;iplatfonnt:ani.;

following graphic and pleasant sketch : the prominent evils that condemns the sys-- beholding He stood an.on.. wile as if just aroused from a deep sleep. that point ever must be one of great importance pledged to carry:it out,,in good faith\ao4if

1 now redeem my promise to send you tem, ought not to be plead personally against ly, a darling parent.the perhaps jot i- me, my dear, and perhaps little. the in time of war; and as the Southwestern maintain the finality'of the:"Compromiserand '
from Journal her bedside, and felt heavy pressure best did see.71. I Railroad Company of Georgia have determine -
one extracts my descriptive the present British' sovereign. The system and whig you ever the settlementof.thetyexedqueationc.tslavery. : : ,
tj;[ the personal appearance of Queen Victoria was not made by her nor for her specially;, her,hand; heard ber'wild prayer,it clung be The revolution in opinions was' radical to seek a continuation of their line From the manner, in ,which'',the, .
-and especially intended for jour lady she found it as it is, and to decline her paricipaney to her cold' lifeless clay.Then house; of may ,' and' anent: He removed another on the Gulf Mexico: question[ is propounded I could not answer id
charity
the ,
re&dec v in it would be to decline being he was consigned to God county, became.popular, and offered himself 'Therefore ki resolved, Tht the he affirmative directly without 'repudiating
Ee-was bound oat, .help
from thence
I hare often seen lier majesty Victoria; Queen. S .kindness as a candidate on the whig tlcetlot. the road,from of southwesternroad he resolutions of the Baltimore Conyentioo,
first,as I have before remarked,at the races The profusion of luxury to which I refer him, where' the milk of, 'human channels'for him legislature, and was elected, svera1 of Gorgia to tbe waters of Pensacola of 1848 as vague and .unmeaning. Thi ;ft.\

at Ascot-where I had a good view of her has provided no less than .seven palaces for flowed not through toil where human the children of'hIs: sessions represented his adopted county; 'as Bay, promote the interest of could not do, as they met myapprobatioaat
and her family for four hours-and subsequently the t residence of the English sovereign !' bound out; to sheltered a firm and decided whig. the south; and receive the cordial sanctionof the time. I said I conld not give rayryoW/

and on frequent occasions, at the different' parts of the kingdom-all furnished own age-in the winds same family of heaven, were and cared this convention. for a Whig who 'Waif in .substance,oh".the;i;

\V orld's Fair. at the expense of the nation and in a st.le'of .i from the rough" An Umpire. Id. Rufed" That we ,earnestly' recommend Compromise. These, words. i in. substance/;,
The Queen visited the fair when she was the most luxurious magnificence. I visited for so tenderly. The Peniacola Gazette, of the 14th'ult consideration. .the compose an ambiguans, term and, admit,ofj

in London, regularly, twice or thrice a week, several of these Palaces,which are occasion- The vision of that desolate child, stand- gives the following extract of a reciv. national Government this, railroad,'as .one I various constructions; 'and to this,!objected

and appeared to take great interest in the ally thrown open for public inspection, particularly ing in the drifted snow heaps,the tears freezing ed in'that city irom an officer attached to the which will be highly important to the naTa! and only intended.to say, that he .must, pn

S exhibition, of which her husband was the Windsor and Hampton! Court. The on his cheeks, his poor hands red and U. S. Steam Frigate Saranac, dated .at, San station at Pensacola, to der the circumstances I"mentioned, pot btm<..

: great patron. Ordinarily, the Fair was beauty and extent of the buildings the'rich numb, his limbs all trembling, has often Juan, Nicaragua:. -.'* the increasing commerce of the southwest self, in substance and in fact upon that plat*\

S opened for visitors 9 o'clock' in the morn and costly furniture of the apartments- the since obtruded itself on our vision' ; and that" :6 The EDg Robinson, of the Ar- 3d. Resolved,'That the form and pledge himself to carry it OTrt ,;

ing;, but on the days of the Queen's visita. vast collection of paintings and statuary, plaintive' wail, "I'm little bound boy;now, rogant, 50 sbCapf, ,,Cm. Parker, have gress from the several States are solicited touse good faith,and for such a }Yhigj rind ag1naf!i
it closed to the visitor until oh! how does its searching pathos penetrateour their efforts to obtain suitable of Democrat who did not the *
lion was general the unique relics, of antiquity, tbe vast been chosen umpires setle local l difficulties grants a assume. .same,
'12, at which hour her majesty usually with.S grounds by which these Palaces are snr- inmost soul. We look sometimes"upon and they a will all 8peedily"arran the public domain for the completion of this .position before the country I would 'vofe'f S

drew.-My privilege as a Commissioner, al. sounded, and the splendid improvements of the rosy cheeks and sparkling eyes of:those ed. The act 'of firing into the Prometheus is connection between the Atlantic and the and not only'vote,'but ,use-every*, effort ia

) Jawed me to enter the glass palace at any these grounds; the parks with' their thousands near and dear' to us, and picture such back a fate declared'to be unauthorized.. There,are; at Gulf, and for similar purposes of public en my power to secure his election. t ,jj

time, and hence I occasionally availed my. of deer, the.gardens, orangeries, the for them heart; and What the I blood sleep shrinks in the broken to present, the r Arrogant, 50 guns, one of,the erprise and improvement. And this I think, is, clearly the. "meaning" S
tkey
seKpf It to be there when the Queen was in water spouts, and thousands of other bean our ; most.warlikevessels. ever seen. The Clep8' of what I then said;.but as I have Ililci'learned
attendance I have been for hours, and until ties which to be known must be seen, all inspire garret where the snow)sifts through. they 22and Expre's 6, R. N. Sa- Industrial Cenventlon at New Orleans. in conversation that :it was not so*

IXvas: tired of looking upon royality, in the beholder with lively views; of the feel the bard 1 hand of angerupon terrible their .quivering ranac"and Albany. 'The most cordial un. .From the Pensacola'Gaze7U.S .I constructed, by one man at least desire far
her immediate presence, while she was en- grandeur' and: influence of con entrated flesh they pass Jong, days, demanding exists between the English,officers remove that impression;_for I could not fiad
and sometimes making and dark; lonely nights, and no sweet kiss We announce to our readers the arrival it in' heart retain the I nave"thtf
.*aged in examining, in wealth'and power. It has been the work of and ourselves. my to seat .
S purchases,of costly and elegant articles ages to rear and adorn some of these,temples dimple their cheeks, ho soft-, loving arms enfold ? of Dr. Plough among us, who is on an 5mortant honor,to hold in the HooSe'one moment,loa;
On of these occasions 'them, no heart beat close to theirs ? SEARCH. Ueut., in > mission through the Sutbern'States, than I ,effort in y-powir.ti
on exhibition. one of royal pomp and regal magnificence THE ARCTIC WIKS ger use every ; ; _
she gave an order for a splendid Persian and the treasures to accomplish it have been And yet, we shudder while we write, suchis reply to inquires which'have bpeo'.directe and who comes high sustain the position'of the Union;.party"of... _
the fate of thousands,;once as I carefully authorities his State-Louisiana, city'of < > s *
shawl the but not most ? him in to the plan.he Georgia .
most elegant costlyor from but to .
wrung a constantly loyal, a con- "
gaudy: in the Fair. tantly overtaxed and heavily burthened reared as they;,no older in years, but in_bitter for the search'after Sir John 'sugested few..Orleans, the state of Alabama and And again,sir, I desire to say\that I,'did}

Her Majesty is rather a comely person eople. experience,i aged,, their ouls. seared communication to the editors'of the RationalIntelligencer the city of Moble. He is als of not understand the gentleman.from .Florida 5

without being decidely handsome. I have i The seven Palaces of the'Queen are the S blackened by uhkindnessj' 'elements' of 'explains the mode in which he letters to his Excellency,Gov.'Brown'of of this in specifying his particular :preference* for _
hatred burnt into their hearts the state and other high functionaries .our
'teen no Jikeness of her in marble bronze or followin : Buckingham House, her splendid Tery by would propose the search should be 'carried the Presidency. I understood bin tosayhi'preferred
cruel taunt, and 'the. unfeeling.sneer. The first desideratum in th'e"se he tate, and to gentlemen, officers the Navy. for that office'Gen..'Scott 'to\air
canvass, that does not flatter. Her eyes are town residence in London, where she spends on. rh : ,
careful who have of such unfortunates Yard.
full almost projecting, and exhibit too much the largest portion of her time, St. James', ye charge holds to be to'avoid as' far"as possible the recommends others; but, upon reading his remikiL1find
be kind to..tbeml for the sake of The subject of his mission
I ; ; in the his was' for Mr: Fillmore
: valuable lives attempt preference .
,
is and of more
,.white; her nose rather long, too Palace,London, where she holds her grand risking the Southern /
offspring for in God's itself at once to the people of
your own dependant who have and whose administration have nor
those against
prominent for beauty ; her mouth of the balls. Windsor '" to render assistance to may; 1.
and ,
state Castle
receptions in future State it is to establish I A great Southwestern '
.
real English cut, the corners dipping a little. miles from'London, with 'exttn- mysterious providence, they.may already perished. ;The second, to render relief Mechanical Ex a word to say upon tbe Compromise: queV
twenty very be laid in the grave,leaving their little Believing Agricultural and has' well and deaervn the
years and effective as tion. He done ,
while the but conceals speedy
lip imperfectly poSible.'I
several thousand
upper ivei and with -
grounds a park, heartless charities. a hibition andFair. of all human industry,
ones to of the, lit
; approbation country d.
a beautiful set of well arranged teeth,which of this which is the sarch' byvesels fatle my
deer. A'portion estate; scale to be
shown to when she S "tm a little bound boy; tbe simple, words he employ them'only to'' upon a large and, magnificent marks, which appear to'apply tn',hfm, wertf
are great advantage large is cuitivated, with'great success, proposes ,exhibitions in Mobile '
very need not gesture nor 11ear nor groans, to followed hy annual : intended to to ,Gen. ScotVwhcr'javf
sanies. The contour of her face is.oral. men and to th habor- on convr apply ,
under direction of Prince Albert.VinaI provisions '
of that fineness anIdelicacy the give them pathos;'no, n&ne of.theeev They ChanneV e, Sir John, and other Southern cities.: .,This enterprise, be> said to be. in pobstauce/on "the Comproi'
ttyitb.a.want peculiar sot is regarded as,the favorite country residence ington its has:received thewarm '
fruitful in .
look sorrowful, and speak volumes by ;their passedtbe winter of promise, raise or not'just as may suit the' tIme afld
of skin that and his
distinguishes our of her Majesty:, Hampton Court per- epeition of the state of Alabama; '
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co-operation ,
Bound4o.bearuncomplamnIflglflbound1
brevity. : ; which drew forth remarks! As1
ladies her is 1845.46. ;propose(:to place a my
Southern ; countenance placid baps the most distinguished of, the\ English of Mobile it is as '
ihomenrbV and the city ; recognized
to i agonise, ;, om.e j'bund colony of from to five hundred Dot have an opportunity ,.toplace rayseljf .
and mild and her voice soft and
agreeable p lalaces, is upon.the Thames, 15 miJe .from perhaps to banger vice,;,bound_ emporary with all four means :' one of the,most important and interesting right in'the House for some time,'f desirrtcV
'Ode would from her countenance that a men, necessary ,
judge London. It is remarkable for the eleganceand provided foot for the Southern *' 1
oftewormrT. subjects now on Stats /
who knows meaning &c. of.the best do so through your cblmrma. j
ah* win animation and vivacity, though its t viz; boats ,
I spaciousness of its accommodations, the Agricultural, ,Min
\ t' ralao have
honorto'be
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,, and for develop the. yefy.'respectfanvyyour
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would "' 's construction j ,
none fail to concede to it usual good and "and! aboveall and most appropriate it
splendid paintings statuary, bound to little Manufacturing resources; proml als servaH- J A
poor to'remainuntil l the obedient r.
good nature and amiability She is neither for the extreme beauty of its parks lawns, bound He.. nmaltJr the end his temporary colony : a brilliant display for New Orleans in 1853.
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thin.nor fleshy, but of pleasant rotundity of fardens/and groves'-The Queen occasionally from the boy.ao&,, ,boundjnee to .Himself whole arctlc.reglon searched This in'he all believes direc-, 'We,earnestly.nope that the. peope!! of our TUB MOB!LE AND OHIO'RAIL RPAU..Th* .
i this
he. medium
'cit.d1aDd height the height lions from '
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natdesJure for abort.periodsJpfborn point for this their warm general internal improvement bill has passed
of our American ladies. Taking her majesty residence the Isle by ties that tbe wolc.may"troish.btnot would be adequate make a.n ect al exploration tate wi give enterna.
House her Majesty's on break for the and .support "tbereby -foster the House of Representatives of thtf State of
all'in all, she is decidely good looking for a of Wight is a new palace, built and fitted and consoler, os h"e in two ,1"and besubject tono ahead all branches of hnmanindustry,which Tennessee by a vote of :.46to'2ZBy1thii

.:LJady of)thirty, and woo is the mother of up'since her'Majesty eam&totlie, throne. a- in ,-. Cbrit ; ; more risk maybD'enconntered will supply a desideratum South long. bill, .the.' Alubiler'am)'Obia/'BailBpad/ 'gefii

.tyen children, but not sufficiently beautiful Americans will love to'reraember.lbat. was 011 In such climate, which byexperlenceoffotmer : wished,for. '. .In.l"o' ., ,$8,000""pc,"mile'throogii:.Tennesseev *
bl' :
; f< ; iA.Wedding.: f.J : bard been found to ?
_to cause_a sensation or to excite the envy of irom her palace of Osborn HOUSP, .or near t' ; expeditions not ; ; An i'Industrial Convention as preliminary r L.-The: 'Mississippi Legislature' has'passes
.the;ladies of her court.Hudreu'though thereby, that Victoria saw'the>gallant yacht The wedding'was over;the guests-had departed subject to greaterMualitieth6Il9th pqr- of delegates from'tbe.various. neigh t bills to gantpreemptronrigbtstctuaI! set-. _

rich, is.invariably plain. America'fairjy1,outstrip hew ole fleet'of' ,and the happy jiair bad retiredto theirchamber ions of'the globe.,. .- meting States will assemble m Nevr, teal :tiers on certain lands granted the State to*

nhShfcirears bntf. few jewels' ) and no insigniaof royal yachts "* : ,'"2 snugly ensconced i in'bed, I .In reference, ta tbe"plso' thus proposedLient.'W.says on the first May.next" ,large aid in; the construction of the MobuVaM'OhioRail -

royalty except on state occasions. Indeed, ..Holyrood .Palace,' /Edinburgh. 19, the when Jack, in tbe course of a quiet c vertio he has full confidence in [fits delegation MondarJn havevstfraiy nappoiDte.b1.Gy. Roadand ,aiytatcetnadt'

S .*., of her dress differs nothing 1j- Queen's royal"residence'f' when1 she visits 'with'bis\virefunw l.tngly.alluded to practicability"and that1whet.it result suc i l"fOf*Atabarnagand !o|land for the same purpose:-The, Intern*!.

troT texture"from other well dressed ladies Scotland.'''She"1:has apartments' splendidly. his.aTOte.ubject.byeoalYlpe inof' iessfully in the hoaH of attwding ad- [ ,. !. I! to attend Improvement..,Committee :of 'we''Houie'5*!
sittrTlui A 1T' t used by her all this v 't"1ij' relief tojhe,Missing voyagers, O OMymlinir'cootribtitions a.Qbite >
majesty.pa ,fitted op one./end/ of ;ancieot.palace of the hat ._ ,__ Representatives'.has'been fastracjEed'ttr'tt*
ordinary occasions ;1' plain vehicles, not but has oucupied\.them,but seldom'and for -' 'Wbt" she turning'sharply u>,pur' Knowledge l'ng. -5-, quire'into expediency of approjmati' C

better than those nsl by ,many families in short periods. /I e hall .have much, theayofthiS : .I dc 'toa hlm,'"'retyoa. 'ademr' .-;' ''Arct Regions,lit)piust Stilt lprove'thighlyloh'orabletooufeoantryv KjWoi'Kitif, one, of the. Cuban'prisoners *200,000i-to Jhe' said'pad! Stock,0 'tf*
'America. .Sbe'ttkes: ,;ber airings; ;iru'ibe renowned palaceV'rendered so by'events '! : :"':U3.t HI:" .: &'hal-lieady 4> iti is laid;''in the' .Detroit' :IFrefPreui resorted ; amouat;of W.nrillioa'of'! dollars'has bcetit'keDflMIS5ISIPPI

and'public"gardens in carriage, qn i in the history of Mary Queen-of Scotland,I .t i '4lrMidani.l' replied\ Jack} delighted submitted amora.1i;Cp6ir' as*>* to. the following, ruse ta effect hit en. .... .' -". it-./%"

horseback, or on foot; amoeg her subjects, when I come to speak:of things about Edinburgh -. with theidea' of Laving"a'fier'liteer; to tbetentic1; ,., ? v*i riaw''ii f" Jsrgement..It sems,b ; 'wrote/aifers._.off I S j d _
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'h lftboiitanyApparentostentatioa, and with : '* -x-Jfiu vIn'addiUon | Ipnjf'reJWaihed. dratory. .a I '.,.O,4 > .i. t" 11._ :.'A'ali; ID. ), hanJfamUiaf l letters?to numer6usermnentmen.pf ,: CoNov'nitoil1(1::' GLORGiL-W.

0 little form and:ceremony as seems com. 'the.p 1a l ofhes; Majestilalrildy im'WeraPcrai a al, ou' .. ." .$. 5 .ihe'Uuiied! Stitesand'paeed'tbetn that they COtta! Eiecutin,Committee fazfer
*.*t'eatrble with the.preservation and dignity ofterposition. eaumerated/she a favorite 4ummer -, era :'aitaehedr'to 'great'nttstressiT: party, ?; avaneTe '2 where be knew'theVAyoold .be:overhauled designated the'31st Mareh as rthe"4ayi*.

.?? wit'ir f., j retreat,oa one'of v the Jsianids., on,(he a'regulir out'-'Uout! doully' ded1aiid' HdlnrA ,.Se :. by.the' pa V; Vbtthef the.Bait the assembling1 at 'iJ edteiHe"otcratic'or terDteiV .
; $tk ,
1J vlf k'Tfte-'ftufc4fl is oniversally; popular Scottish-t toast, fitted"up in fine'style'Iunaerstand.and : *istd y ."'ltG sys.tbatQnei tM&D'lfdM took to,such isJ"plcer subjects' aod'would be perfecty safe jn 'where lie'gCnerally'spei.sfew a 1 'JosttdoibTeandslwwHyod7sdIbed.'tben :nl1oi 'fr rm .' release jhereyis.ireasptt.lo' d l t-of the COla, ritioCt i#to,appoint. de>ev
: ." ;" lnterrapt l his'wife j Lg1ature'J tl ltrdin gaL :'to- ftb'&Baltimore Cort venuoa,tods$>
any part of,'her kingdon without a body weeks of ev y summer i' iCl n >t> ; Lota scheme 'Wa.c.certoinlyjanr ingenious:one.
stand shepccopies { t& ? _. -j_ frf wbi Iain'ani.iil'aerir'sl pwith any b bitAi n. prpa .1 weJKr select Presidential electors for.the Slats 7.- ,
jrf ard. 'That she deserves the high J : I f1 I I t. .,f ; thdMidakledOth1fle I you' : 9PtIth. :The MjQr'qjch episue'tctMr. jWehewr 5vSi>>i '! T'II r r;-- -..HttafBMa.A'Conventloooffthir S
in thf afifctioa of her people, I dojotdot5 JYfllni.- 'ComBrestii: Unbosom, iiai-'- pMesshig lflS, :: a.a .f&bitua napagemei '-oi p : : < : edt'di > :'. iAM.: .
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nil for'sh.6! i* essentially a good sor I u the,turkey.said to.the atdlDJJXt..hltft' J4.} "' ; &fa4il i frarsa! Iba2W)1Ii1) .- zflyAaa4'Xut1185I.4ecreta party!has.bee*catted S

'ditA'.rilt 1' woman.M J I''r.b1ibi1l"ni( 11 bit f yoa."u'thepe' t e Lrrff .W oi.cfl sIgns to 1lnwQ'aDI m1o'TbeY...iiXha I: 'Etceltenty lD"W Wci.8t yof to meet at-5Montgom? itiths AthrMoad r" _

The merif of Victoriaconsists by np means: pit pOd a t th'S'S, [., ;ntt'J ',1irtrwir 1Iorb1 Ish. f Clt"'Wt' eri; : > '. b le 9': of March. The eaU is .i >*,Yasser ,

fact|JMt Wt Uasovereign: DotwltbatapdiqgiJeLtboli ;S bat.that,. .oj' !f foteCtll t cf.,1''tb.. im' .ia. : :H ,ainjed'riti t'tlaft "gP .wO f 1umgor! 'Jf tf';)JZTvIuIbe' 'ie ; NobttiG 'ahd a '.=/aD.SWob2,.

1p4 tithe a sovereign; ,high shft.has:,social, 'domestic ,';h i. 'i J tct;tdY..a-t i l.t f : 'tiare'ntreatr r' .W q"'f'l') .k.dllorf- 5 t c uC D tdi fi g al U ef:a'UNf jeefoitbeeattisthtf.dOaQtSO'S. aL.t .
1 t j' .J O.J fi."liI1-.yfPfI> "i Dot mue. er hy bsri -em rgaftbatt uCIisDllc: u .
which twr-fo'-'atldam. displayed wroverelgcs ..,uembprure u La4.moae" m-rut' I 5pdUiPteI3aXa1 t rt r ; \ rl .npD"bo1Oq; utbe tioaa r p&ttl '&Ut J c 1 nora
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fVom tAt SnxmnoA Republican Christian benevolence, .of the 'Conference plan JSohof'tkt!**asom>vfor the Committee's'i !1i -*!!' Virginia. :'Corrttpondenet ofltyljepvilitLi can. You Mm,,. .b. HUu'1668.Tf .

Wltatahalltlia, Union Party Dot would not hesitate*t. Mnntn&l,theri i rfp* ictioia:., He eiid thafMhlA,warihe Jr that e a toiiiv'y f Spnlh, 'IrA \ j&i* !Il"J' r;! It appears that our article of last week peared any pmctbrnoiIeoaccesalio ( |beQetion |irhetbfer WaHrj exinolMWasev /tbV-E.ufejial Cburch ,1ti.bOPI-I 'IA In )'onrpaperoflhi 16th January find a
fa regard to the future course of the Union them. But the,r4oint6ts ofrtdjmen left' In aipong h "Se : r raised; G'Jesap.an& I | .Du.t1JSJ tl.d a sligrJRirata, to paragraph relating to the Florida Indians la

t party,did not give satisfaction to our Southern Florida aftetthe'ins; t eirt1o i of/the : lh conte ;ha eoo de Jbe, \AtheW,1*"* C t \ f-ti Orwce 4 which i x r IMjssiorujrSonie ; l1f poitibld! 4tei(i about a which yon state (upon the authority of the
Rights friends. We presented the rea- Seminoles, are'hid away in the inaccessible tontracf not>ihly%) )embmcscauleaiId t thousands, (;ferna1, siavereceived good a4yi 4rfoinoala.; 'TbiWarmSpringssay St. Augustine Ancient City) that Billy Batt
&. aotis both for and against the proposed poli- fastnesses of the -everglades. To get at horses, but staves The assertion jthat slavery instruction at its schools in Athens. i legs is becoming oTnewbat restless: that h*

t* 9 .diq c1e legate 4fl iUiertoi4be th
foal) conventions-expressed a slight Te- dCrtaking.They'eCm'Tddifgnnpowder: made in tbejrf.ce:of official*reports.:,, This Jarge 1 r'l'.gJ'' sets out early from. Ocala usn- "oot.Jrtns* and that it is thought that Bill]
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d a ti *
jd'bi1MiU1Onfor'tbtir
J. *rtttnCnerifeti"gtit Mflttdgeiille should civilization, and Christianity alike < :}j.A j. matter.. bad, not been.:inquired into by tht i ally finds himself-'Bwav'n.i reining l--- si up his:>J5lt'steed*?---i'*,at 18 pT Tt t1rf1lf'liIrrn1CN Bh_

:)v ..ue-indicated the Union State Convention great influx of population from the older committee they'dbnslclered it their duty attainments and position isociety. ow'noon f indif!) be is at all inquisitive, Irs Editm'JJliU9.b. P.1ir.\for troop.
: what course it should adopt-but acquiesced States is pouring into the fertile lands of to"take the facts as presented by these re- In many Instances the pupils have given'evidence for.that or any other .i1urpQj(4. .Y ,Mr_
5 in it Ws'the action of the meeting wax Florida. Among these families are many ports. Tf -. '- .pf-pn. fpirUuaLunder-i he'learns some.very'interesting facts in you'of kiricc that he has'"played- :.6. : =

tner ,adiisory, and,did.not bjnd,nor,,seek 1 members of our communion. They will M/ .AiRcRoMBrZof'ATafiama,' a'ki tbll enlightened/ "* connection with the location and natural ad- On the 28th of Jannaryv r ttt\U
still
is ana die
to bind,*the convention, nor even the mem? find tfff bWfzatioffWnr tMvtrtrCtmti8Tiity) being arwident on r1be-borrf rof Florida 'standing.'-'- The Mission vp.ntages"of.Jb country. that immediate went but from this post to bit t t l lse.
Wa"bt; theh eetlnt.{ The meeting f simplyexpressed ready bail thernpproaebtTbe( elementsof daring the. war,. be;had personal knowledgeof charge f MnwdPMraiHiii,' ilsSrigitiaffounders r : .f r.WeTi l?
the sentiments of those who com a ppwerfuchurch\, 'are already 1 there.Tire1riext"qnarter6f ,. the fact.that f the'conti act'was': uiderstood, ?*x lady from Virginia-Miss BAIDvfiN viciOily.\\At: point on; .e.pelltb. reach to find him.,but/without. sticcwSl IS

V. posed jt at the"time,and 'left tlierawlres. a centurv-will witness'noble a to embrace "lave8. ; andthat the Creeks were i i" associated' with'them. There areseveral .- 'fl'aHgoWi"\\atersrof? .. ,fIt the .Atlantic. -N J-> 'ind t ,i, "|he e.l.bad erJjrdJ f tJie Indians

S thf:tarty freeto act as intervening,events &vel") ment.'Methodist resources t to have.all ,the,prpptrty)they.cou.u,capture 'Greek'teachers 'coirected''with lEe" Gulf,come so',neaf,together/itheydp at that the boy was lost..As soon its Billy

nfftt dictate: ;We added further-that it and! strength in .that. .land;,of flo\ver8..Its I from,the.Seminoles( ,.I icludi! g.negees1' : :*. ., i.f'"''' ,j this'point :.to'LakeGriffin;; ion 'the i East it heard it, alAougl f J btiBpebpte'Vere in. the

t" was for the' Union convention to' determine, winter clima'teis; worldrenowned.'alreadyrIts ;: iMr Of DiNtuL "cpntinn4ed jh support bfr'tHebill Mlslon. ft r ,.,. i is pnjy/abont fMc'miIesl andt''to'Ithe t PaneVsufkev midst ofand iheir'prantrnjr, : ; he'tbliflnelfl'ltf'siop

.t\ vrben'it; meets, whether it will send delegates spring i it1iequiht ttS uice' of delight- anvd;in.explaoatipn of,the.grounds upon: oJMIZLTii. ;: Sie.-, tbe. ,;.Gen.. .i Con' < bitth iake.'on'; '-" is gnserc"the'bO( ; / !They l did sfc
J'i. to fciinetlbe.Baltimore br"the Philadelphia breezy freshness, odonrs lhat'rival'the perfumes which it J,was .reported.- .' 1 ...'/ ." .venti on I of. ,the Church- +J, meets- '.triennially' or Deep t !the>.es ; and coniinued'theJsearcbfpV? &t:&Jli

It 'frorri> flowers of Messrs..'M ACE,' ,pf ,Indiana, anl' .J. ,VV.HowK session "it Board of.MissIons' only about 7 miles-into boih of_which. pple t ;when they found'biih'lifal? titbs r dei rorable

Union convention' and' that, every hue. and $weetne s. ..'Sugar tobacco, ,) of, Pennsylvania, oppos/d it .oh Atfeach appoints( a aat;' ri barge?,''-of large :.izl"t nay come condition, the blood ranning.frprn,pis-j QOSS

t of coarse; we could not say what it should cotton, tropical f raits,'all attest the'fertility grounds similar td those taken by Mr. i TheJB6afd) W'J -* meetfanhaaily' "" ; 'and ap'il '- withc: v&niehe Jfi ft1! : tt ,and mouth:and his Jaws sfl etlff.. ;tha'n4]
: be the condition'of,thJnps at the time. m 'nts'are projected"which when completed Without coming to a decision,;the committee Domestic''and;' r ones' -',for. 'Foreign1sions.I ". certamJj favorable- h'.. .' ". -." .him on their backs an( arrif .bip aout
(ltJ This i is1 all plain enough; still our friends \viil open communication! between the Gulf rose.;,and. reported progress to..the.House. Each'Commlttees' 'orJ2xecuXtive a: town'pts natural'advaniigeeare,60J'Pw. 'SIX miles to their homes. J "where'the boy says-
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.-. f. of.the'pppositioti' 'complain that they do not and' the .Atlantic. <-'From.. Tallahassee ,. ,, ?- t tUllili has Secretary' rent that at 'very" distant' day.there :will they took every possible* *careofJiim.giyyjj' ? .I
understand bur p ition. They desired' us i Dglethorpe-a"'Jcity: that has 'sprang up as officerl .TheJ'Secretary i reports"to 'the doubtless be f'plaie;cohsiderabfe business him all t 1 they had!. to eat *washinV'and dressing

**> either" to 'denounce or to approve. the policy by magic, at the terminus of "very superior .Committee the Committee;;to thVBoard, arid -,, 1 \ :. ;'' -'' his sore feet.t, and'giving! ) :run a blanket"
I1 0 I n lIB; H.P n.B L I A'I.' at this.point i ibis:seems, 'tm r. 'apparent '
r' of.Rnaing.deleg1ltcs to 111\ItimOTe-the ve- Rail Roatt-the rSo Western--there a ; the Board'once in'three years reports i to-the' and moccasins. %Vhenablg te1ry.e1 I, Bo1i,
5; \hing we'set out with the firm determination i daily line of stage coaches ; and the traveler ) I General ,. '. '. rrom(the factthat s the sarronnding'cqnnrry.s legs put him pS.his horse and t At him

-. :toptto do' No man, not a prophet nor I is conveyed from Charleston to the capi. 5AOKBONVILLEThursday :, .,Convention. \ : ,,rapid) filling up with .industrious:.,and himself, to this p6st: a distance bf'four dystravel.
fi! tb '. .'ot'. prop bet, can at this time foresee tal of Florida in sixty hours. 'I ; : .The. bo'is,.here now and iDr
-i : LAND WARRANT BILLS.-In addition to enterprising, inhabitants \ fflr brfnng? '* '' I '*. A e"a-Tfeafi;
j what will be the condition' of parties There is obviously a< great work 'in the March 4 1952. well.
four months hence ;and no prudent journal. Lands of the Florida Conference. They 0 the Senate' ..bill," of' "whicii'' "H'"we.. j* .mentioned". d-"i.f. ,the rich and, productive.land*. ;int ;;cul.t va-. Now mark, iessis.ditorstbistpckwu' [ ;

..f iat will be driven,to {irnnouuce upon a state have for the most'' part an open, field, and The N JBlection President. striking. out of I all. .eicept the. firstsectipu' bythe .lion ;s mercantile bouses are springing up at played' wiihounhe pr'on''pf'a'>iajrd, betides
of thing*, of which it i is possible) for him broad, clear daylight before them.-The conventionalisms HOW! ARE.THE ELECTORS TO-'BEAPPOR' House-providing for the assignment.Hi :and; 'a point in, the ""neighborhood of1 Warm losing.rrom.: their "plantthg, (he eight
:\ to kn6w. ,iny thing, fioih a fear of 'the Jeers and social prejudices, whichin .days employe.! In'finaTnl knif briflgjigtbeboyfnto
location of warrants on l land subject private and the trade of Mhe
has beeri"started Springs, consequently
TIONEDThCquestion
The older conferences barriers as .
t of pif vainer eottmporaries. judgment\ oppose sturdy : t ijW ( stn1etbat nTri'tAe .
of Ihe man who is at all times ready to give oftentimes against the movements of Metho- to how" the' electors. for"President. are to be. entry at the iim'e-th re has:been also before surrounding country ,is beginning.i ( to concentrate boyw'delii'ert&vfiTli1yti.tt: ; b'hbpe his
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tf bit opinion upon subjects the 'most difficult, dism', are but feeble hindrances' in a new apportioned't among the,several l.Slates at the !that body a., j joint..resolution"upon.i : .the eIubject.and at"that point, and the idea i is by no people! would be jrnid:for their"trouble and

without reflection or information: is not worth State where entCi prise, activity arid capacity.can election for President which is to take place the bill reported ,by.the_ select means chimerical that a new county may be loss of time.' '-' .; *"-- *J s& <*H

1r I mu'ch when it is rendered. A condition of overmatch. first family-ism any day of j Jail. -The Me committee, which we also some weeks since erected by division of Marion,'the 'CourtHouse Some people,' Messrs.1.F.ditor"jire always
next a
Augusta ( )Age ,
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thirfgs may arise, and that shortly, which the world. Literary Institutions are spring argues '. t ,' disposed to create strife, and! are never,willing
'),r/ will' make it necessaiy for the whole South, ing up under the control of the conference., that! it should, be ;under the.apportionment of, noticed. .The joint resolution .came before .of which. may be. located.at.,'or.. :hear." throwfoil He"rroubTelluwattrs. I .

1 Urtrouists iwuthern Rirhimen, to hand In addition to a very flourishing tnale.and 1840,and says: the House on the 11th' pltdthenrst: 'section ,thio point. "i am satisfied thatTotrfc' and the' mass of

I topfelher' against the nominees of both of female seminary at Thomasville-the The constitution provides that"each State : making warrants assignable"tie same '. 'A:division of Marion county at an.early the Indfans,We'disposedto-and[ : will teep

i the "ational co vel tions-I.r. it may be, to Fletcher Institute-whic& is1 well manned shall appoint, in such manner as the Le IS. I having been'adopted in' the Senate bill-was .period! fi is': certainly! :'inevitable; the inhabi-! the peace. 'There'' are : *onrie ''bad ones
unite in the of the most, favor with officers and handsomely patronized
admits and
,. support one by ture thereof direct number of electors 'Ji '- '** amongst them-this: 'Silly i says
a
". abJe to southern institutions, again, to the'public, a school of. high grade has been equal to may the whole number of Senatorsand stricken, out "Mr.' CABELt/raoyed. ., to". amend tarns in the southern part. fiiie countjiItnot they give him 'a great ''deal of trouble.

fall-back'into old! party linen and fight the projected at Micanopy, to be called the Representatives to which the Slate the second section.,,by, striking out. all after much longer submit to the .inconvenience Have we no bad ones amoifgst eel:

cofiteijt on the worn-out issues of whiggery East Florida Institute. This* is placed'under be entitled in the Congress 1 In, what Congress may-. the provision authorizing registers and re. under which they now labor, of Respectfully your ob't serv't
and1' democracy. The tnecessities of thecOtfauy'inay the supervision of the conference, and ? In the : JNO. H/W IN DER,.Cai>t. Artillery,
'' next Congress-the 'preced ceiveis of. land offices to charge the same having to travel.from fortytosixty miles to' i
demand this of us. The po. an' active agent appointed to serve its in- tiit &tidBreveLt. Commanding f rtM1Cn.Gelleral
Jitj cauldron at Washington is in wild terests. ing Cohgress- > prexent Congress'Most rate f'per centage for locating'land warrants rea h the Court Ho se. Already. .their. are

r commotion;reminding one not a little of that The conference,'after 'a harmonious and time when clearly lUck, in the Electors Congress are in so leing appointed.The at the. to which i i.iheyre1ntitled) ; ,by I law for, beg nning to complain, and as their numbers Hocsrox .is' at, the North,. and
around which Macteth's vitches chanted- delightful session 'closed its business seem to have.found{ special favp with the
up OH present Congress continues in existence sales of the public land for .cash-said compensation inc ease" their murmurs grow l louder. They -
weii whose recent excited
at
the 2d List. The first in temperance :
!
"Doable, double toil and trouble ; Fridays MaJ"and until the.4th of .March, 1853 and to be1 hereafter the carfiot; ask 'varn'when' 'the "
-" ; on 'paid by assignees Jong in Legis- he, ha fprornrnehtlyfigured.[ H.
meetings
Fire cauldron bubble September set of
: ;burn; and ; were apart as days fastingand the. of .
and it may continue to simmer and hiss 'un- prayer for the prosperity of the church, House Congress will'Representatives devolve the of choice the present of or: holders of such warrants! The' Jatlr.e.is ,made fully'acquainted! .with .thf ea- may be the'candidate; of 'the exclusive lem-

iiI'pew' organizations areev' olved and fresh and especially that the Lord of the .harvest President and. Vice Piesident in' case the whole subject of payment of .registers' and sonableness' and 'justice of. their request. perance partfI"'Barrium> spokea. 'of :rOt
'
combinations formed, which will upset all would send forth' more laborers. Complimentary people fail to elect.. receivers has .been fully discussed, in the 'glance:' at the map will satisfy even; the Vice.,_ _0, .

'. former therefore party,the-wisdom arrangements.or the patriotism We suspect! of the hospitable resolutions treatment were passed of the in referenceto et'pleof A similar case occurred 1832, when: it Honse. Mr. C. expressed the opnion: that fastidious that the' county cannot long retain List of Officers, IheState ofFIorida

? him who impertinently thrusts himself forward Tallahassee, which, judging from the specimen was decided' that'the electors, should be apportioned these officers should-be' remunerated" in some' ita'present'boundaries"' for it'will be seen by7 <---' .. ,..

r'i and pronounces in advance what he presented by our excellent host, T. J. among the I States, under the. census way for. this. extra. service i !;: He therefore reference to the'map and the sdriyith :;i iis it STATE HOUSE OFFICERS.

tri||jdo at a. future time, without knowing earned.Peikins Esq., and bis lady., were well of 1830. We do uot nmenber to have proposed his amendment as a compromise to only about fifteen'miles from Ocala to Governor Secretary State THQiJAS; CHAKLKS BROWN. DOWNING

p.'; any &hiog'9J; the circumstances which may seen it stated whether any controversy aroseon those who are -opposed to any compensation1 the northern boundary of the con ety;'whereas Attorney General DAVID P. HOGUE*

tf':I then The surround Union Conventioni him. determine, according Claim for,.Inve. cap tared.by the Creek the subject ; but the electors were chosenin : and}those.who are.opposed only to compensation to the southern'boundary it is abisixty: 1'reasuiel'CcmptroUet.JOlL'i, wILLtMI"R BEARD.: HAY-.WARD.-7 .."'

1L t the at the time of Indians&&Florida from war.the Scmluoles. daring. \ 1832, under.the census of 1830.. The ;, ,for past services. He felt confident miles. So that a fair andj:j just division! of :Register State Lands,''DAVID S.;WAtXER.Clerk .

1"_ Unassembling, what shall be its future In the House, of Representatives on the aggregate votes were as'/follows : that his many constituents who were"holdersas the county' would throw Warm Spiing.very, Supreme Court ROBT &IIAX WARD*

,ri r-:- co, n: t It would should be an easy be, if matter we were to toy in 20th ult.,the Committee of the, Whole took : For Prplident-.Andmv Jackson, 219; well as assignees' of warrants would be near tbVcent'fepf; the. new county. Sup. JUDICfARY.nie'Cuvrt'Judges. &

\ our Henry Clay, 49 John Floyd 11 Wm. the A PASSES Bf. .
,.I possessiooof those lights. If the convention up for consideration a bill for' the relief of ; r perfectly.'ihing' to pay men who do Rttidtntt.
;i decide to send delegates to Baltimore or the legal .representatives of General JamesC. Wirt, 7-286. this extra service. Feb uary,. 'IS'52., Hon. Walker Anderson I Ch. Justice I FtnaaeoU
For Vice '
President-Martin Van Buren, Hon.Ji..G.. Semmea ,I Associate I ApI&CWIHon.
: Philadelphia, it'will be, we have no doubt, Wal on, late of the State ,of Georgia.' i 189; John'Sergeant ;, WmWilkins, 30; The question.\vas takeDJ.oD.the amendment From California. :. > L.A. Thompson .|'_ ., | Tal1iM'Western .
for and Two important
L. :rood satisfactory reasons. Henry Lee, of Massachusetts and it was agreed to' .'. i- .Il: I "'CireuilJrltlen.o .
I 11 Amos laie( i I
: I :
; .. arrivalfrom.Califdirnia: brings'the
t .j questions for it to determae will be [ This bill appropriates $14,600, and bear- ,.
I- these'': Can Union party accomplish more ing 6 per cent. interest from May 8, 1838, I Ellmaker, 7-286. We perceive the Bounty Land, bills' J lid,- following items of:inteljigepce?;, .' "f MIddle |I|J.HonGeoSfHswks?Wiyles Bsket. _..,-I I I T&l'bU'Apaladh.,

\'. good by declining go into either nationalconvention until payment is made, being 'the amount. GenJackson and Mr. Van Buren having ing before the House at.our.latest t.datesybut i ; Afire occurred at San Juan.de.:Nicaragua J Eastern j I Thorns Douglas ')JacbTlUPoatbern

'.. and holding its strength in.rt- paid out by General Watson, under the received a majority of the votes,east, were no final action by the. two Houses jointly,on ,:one of the points of transit of the Nicaragua 1 JM. B.Lancaster | K.Wat| ;
JameaM. Laudl1Jm.Sol' Cir., UeUaua
: sen'ef r the party which by Hi aasproves it- sanction of the Indian agent, -certain ., '
declared duly elected, so that the question the subject. '' SOFT M. Cir. > '
Samuel B. Qninej -
: route, by/which one third i :of the most Stephens
.
,
the Union ? Creek warriors for slaves !
t seLf. Idel on th question of captured by said to whether the ; John P. ; :' or, acting belie that the whig warriors while they were in the service of never came up, as Congress, populous section of t the o y'n.W :destroyed. Ogaian. B.. Hart. Sol't, S. Cir.,, W"//
'
r;, nominee will be !by sending delegates the United States against the Seminole Indians then in session, had the power to elect .in :i JUVENILE CONCERT.; ;-We are. requestedto Among the buildings .consumed. was ,the -' ;:1 1

,. ,, to the democratic convention at Baltiinorej'amf in ''Flor l1a. About $19,000Viii 'be the event of the election' devolving on Congress mention that the pupils: under charge of Uniied Stats ,hotel, occupied .by Messrs. 4 COUNTY OFFICERS. -:' '.
by their votes securing th nomination due on the claim, if allowed, 'on the first;.of -though from the words of the Con Mrs. LAnD will give a vocal _concert, with\ [First name Judge Probate; second name Clerk
S..Sb' Ibeid :'arid 'DOn' Fr ncisio. Graines: of Ct. Court third herif fourth
,4 man to ? May next under the provisions of tbe.present ; name ; BUM
satisfactory Suh stitutlon, there'is no doubt would have the' accompaniament of the piano, at the ; whenever it in Gadsden. &
i. o r nice questions, and should bill.From. they Lieut. Armstrong, of the U.r: S. ship Albany, ( occurs as 0.) ,Ta-
hotel of Co1 I:S..BUrlINGTON Assessor and Collector.] r
until after'' mature consideration.- of the Committee on Friday eve-
.: Ie ide a report on Indian had.It did efficient i service in.extin ishing the fire. .
i >. may be done by holding our Etrngh Affairs made in 1842, the following principal may not be without. interest to the ning ,next, commencing about,seven'o'clock', The weather in California' has been delightful I Western: Circuit. .f :1

,l iifreserve and concentrating our facts in the case appear. In 1836, Gen. youthful voters to define what were the political The scholars have.been,preparing, for this with' Etcambia Cow'll.tO.ficrn.1.Charles N, Jordan; "-PostQFet4 peulOa1.

the'o'er hand, by to-operating with one of Jesup then in command of .the troops of the 1 divisions of that i day, and how they concert several new'pieces,.,and_ ,from their ) l" p1e' tyofraiiTt1ere were .'_ **.C F.,,E. DeLarna ....'.,..
the parties, we may secure a satisfactorycand&datewbereas U States in Florida agreed with certain only two nights onwifely''the; 'thermometerfell U F. DeL rua.'t' : ,
: if we do not,' both Creek-warriors whose service he thus engaged were represented in, the vote. They were practice, under the supervision of-their proficient ; to the freezing point.; 'Gr en'peas'ar Santa.Rosa ,,John Ckaio 'Milt.II
make nominations distasteful the hostile folfows Jackson and'Van Buren instructress, an interesting"diversion '" E. S.Amos' 'JM.
parties'may against Seminoles, that as : were "
in' and .
bloom as"well as 'wild garden flow.Tbejtpgisiature' .i' : ,
I t5.the South, and we be placed in the position they be entitled to all the slaves and Democratic. candidates, William VVilkins may be expected A small.,pric has been. : .,' Isaiah Cobb,Jr.* : !:1.I r.i.

I 'of a sectional party. I"ie for ourState other prl'perty.of the enemy they might cap had the vote of Pennsylvania; the Democra placed upon tickets for' admission, (which e'I, Walton. ;: .*-J ..' Daniel Angus MeLeod I)..McKrnnonAV :Udwaaas' !
Union Convention, of i its ture. The said warriors;in 'pf is in session, at Sacramento ... oh
cuncil 'pursuance .
I '.) tkin cy'of that State not'being may be bad.at the hotel orthe, school room : W. Mi.ounm* "F; ..
; ptiots and not of its prejudices, to de this engagement, entered into the service of very friendly"to :, ,The candidates talkedof,for Senator Holmes ,Abner Baker_ .: 1

t'::. cd .ts the United States, and among other things, Van;:Buren ; ,Clay and! Sergeant 'were the opposite,)jibe object being to apply'the. proceeds >. among the Democracy are.:olV: lie;, ---r Martua\V.tJnU. '". ". .
; captured large number of about Whig candidates; and' Lee to 'the. furnisbingvMrs. LADD'S school 'ed "Rot'. R..GoIden.. "' or
:,'J'j;! ,i ; The Florida Conference. negroes ; Floyd" receivedthe Gov. Smith, 'D..C. Brpderic'c' ,'Col.'Henley,' *.!.' .'. '- t. -
103 of whom slaves of '
were theSeminoles, ,of South with -and other' articles Waabinrtoa. -- D-tmt.
vote Carolina and. ..
1 lf: The .Christian Advocate a-ul Journal and became under said contract, the property Wirt and maps necessary Judge:Ralston, andGen., ;. AiJcrsoii. 'The ,- _.., .1 Norman A.CampbeH .0;,.f
facilitate the instruction -
Ellmaker had that of Vermont.-The of her -"
"., : Tfbose able! editor !spent few days in Tatla- of the Creek warrior. General..Jesup recognized ; Stateof pupils. Whigs yet have named .one.A JohnAiTaborT 3a

:* taiee a short time since, has an article on their right. but sent the slaves 'to Maryland; which was entitled to 10 votes Gen. BLAKE, who has arrived on the Gulf "man named! R. Q.-. Adams last. from Jackson-a'' Fredk S.C. Bellam1 R.Pittman .'Mariano'S.....:..
Fort Pike, uearv.jNfeW Orleans,, to be kept cast 8 there ..
only tie in of
being a two the
.:-l the Florida Conference at its late sessionfrom safely, subject to 'futire orders. He proposed districts the of' \ side with the new delegation, expresses himself Philadelphia: ;;was 'shot Sacramento:; city .UJsiuee.Griffin Calvin Stephens '., ;
vote the State ,then
.
whichwe extract the following the.Creeks and make being hopefully,1 a letter received 'here of : by.tfie.mther '* .f.
11 paragraphs: to pay 58,000, cast by districts. ., on; theJ2.t.1 January, : of'a I Calhoun R. B. Evans Bloontrtowi
J:'" ,Itisvery pleasant! to complete our account some other disposition of the negroes, and, the.removal..of >the Indians in' thej'pring., young girl he bad seduced 'The' shot, was '.-T. BenJ F. Parker .4 Hr
,
; of the of a under the conviction that they would acceptit EPISCOPAL 1III1I1I101l1f. He declares,himself also rat : ." Thos-J. Land* Jot ; "SI
l-:, missionary operations year "glad to find the F 'Adams.and, the 'yoong' girl- 'were ': : '
which deserves to be written down themnusmirabHis directed the payment of the money, and .'Fi&DkUQ. Arch'T.Bennett'ApIIIehICCI
as The Episcopal Mission to Afri a' citizens aid ; .
j1 < so far as that great cause is advised the War Department! that the arrangement was es.tab'JiRhl'd disposed, to him" in. his' effoits.. j joined i in, matrimony' immediately preceding .'U' 'Sani'I W;Spencer'. ; ", ::11

f ia the South-eastern 'ConCerences was made. But the warriors refused in 1836 at Cape 'Palmas! in the In the &nate, on the 24th ult., Mr. ,Mailory ; the death. of..the- -L.'fo'rmeith. 'the. -consent' ""k.;. -- .'L'f
CDue receive that and insistedon Maryland Colony and in parts Middle Ciit it. r.t!
the progress of the good to amonnt adjacent offered resolution and.iJi presence of.the mother.; '
the Florida Conference. For the first time their claim.to the negrors. For the purpose among thenative_ Grelo tribe., Its early' operations a inquiring "Into 'the 1 ''Great excitement exists Dannyrille r inconsequence G dsdi : EdC.LOii' f. I "
since'its organization this growing young of asserting their rights, they.set.t on a were attended with difficulties expediency. increasmg;'the salary I :of._the ; '. 'S Robt C Lester' ,1.lH-! ,.
Conference has raised delegation to Washington, in the spring of many District Judge for, the* of1bem.Dl&trut'of .of the discovery news mines -"I) 7. Samuel B. Love <: .}
enough .
money .
tosup- .
its 1R38 with full to and settle which have since been overcome. For '" ,of gold-bearing:quartz'in that vicinity; ':Six ;j&' ; Hugh: O. McLean .:')t'iT'
port own large missionary operations; power arrange Florida, which was adopted. : .- Leon,"- DaTid W. .
aad '.it .furnished four or five hundred the matter. Then .right was in no way disputed several years the missionaries have enjoyed : different rivers have.>. been' .turned, up)within _.'4'j ".. til Oscar A. Myers.Jwynn 'T, tI..1..4':.'
II j i -
t -
dollars; besides, for a missionary to Califor. ; but the department wits disinclinedto comparative health, and their labors ,have In reference to the>letter which .ten'days,.the ore from .which* is said ;to.; 'beexceedingly j f"i 'Sj' ',1 ".'HateyT. Blocker' I.
: niai'bn Dr., Boring's proposition. This is send the negro slaves to the new settle- been much blessed. There is acommodious we mentioned -' ,of > :" John} ;Rhodes.:i ';.lj ,WifJNewpwl.
I obly.done! When all the circumstances ment of the Creeks, because it was feared week. 'before, last. bad. been addressedby rich.&pece gold. earing Watu1la,. Wm. J. CouncilWm. -
,.of the case are consideredthe. that from their proximity to the Seminoles, hurcb'edifi'ce, built' of stone, in the colony, Maj Gen.HorzWs to" '.the'CoyernortheSentinel ; quartz, weighing i about six pounds,'has been : ?i.'. Wj Mound : -, ".-j

.. immense missionary field covered some difficulties' might arise between the two andanthejs:now being erected at.Cavalla, says: ': ? w ., taken.f/oro.. ;Kentucky1Ridge, near'N w- : '-J '; 'Abij Alfonso bHl\n.BX Combs._ _, .:t. ,;.

by,this body, the scarcity of preachers. the tribes onthat' account' which would endanger among, the natives.) There are also I .several 1 '"In pursuance of the suggestions therein town: It isv8upposedtocontain, i '$2, 9 ,q9.o Jefferson; a ;Thomas J/Chaee. ".Mo'ntleso-,; ,.
of their relations Under these
:
peaceful .
J sparseness population m4ny portions out stations,'wb"re'schools are taught and contained, order-have been :issued"to the wprih of gold of the richest kind. > rS 'I' .Craven G.Fife/ :
cf the and circumstances 'with the : i' "I'h.
State, the formative of approbation the
period society Daniel T. Lenixo ,
; in which the" Conference is called to authorities of this govcrnment/through the religions services, hed'witb'many! ; happy results. General go'down into Orange' county withasmall'party'and : ,The: Indian'war:, Jlt 'the'southern' portion t.-.ff.' "" John Wooten. .}' ,".Wc

operate-we must say that the Florida Con- agent pf the Creeks,.Major Armstrong' thenat .. There, are, at. present. nine male, and / ascertain i the condition 61 of California has .terminated. ' Mad S :r ,1. AleVf l McDonald r 'Conr-ss( .
'( ,- affairs and his the ; ,: ; ,'
,if, m judgment frontier 'Jr. -; 'SamLaioni.. .
jTcrence J. wortbyjo in the the capital, a sale'was made by the Creek female missionaries .besides j
put fame pic- .several colonist,! in The official vote of the.Statewas. counted ,. : '
to for p
: 'J danger; provide itsdefehce;; under 1)1; '! :"' ',Jehn H Pattencnl. -j"
tare with Alabama, and SouthCarolina. chiefs 01 all the said negroes to ''General "
; .When the Georgia Bishop ,called for James C.,Watson, at 14600.' and nine -native!.teachers., The numberfcommunicantis the militia'laws of the.State-;He is also in. at Vallejo, j on the 8th'of'Januarv.; ,It stands '!.I'i Robe JcI '7J.f '1.0;
a about70. The Rt.:Rev. strutted inquire into the fondition of, the .L'J "J ,.1 ,' Hamflton ,UI'1 ..Stewart, .Fji
Volunteer) for California, hot j less than a dozen A bill of sale was made,and the Creek .IoUUS. :,, ... : '4William Day_ / 4&r'-
t 'men: expressed their 'willingness to go. chiefs agreed to receive from 'the United Jon. .PAYNE-, ,..,.D.D.' : ':, who'has. 'labored'J in. the., United to States the defences without in that':quarter, and yr.Fpr.Bigler" )I\f'1 D.,)f"for,Governor: ;''16\614-. ';' for ,.''". ,.!: lWm.'JJ.DuncanS7r- eli

Hi p -The Conference,(i(balloting' cast an equal! States officers and deliver'over'the negroes Mission from: theebeginOini'th; 1 'enjoy'ment ) '- 'report- Governor**' -' *** ".- delay.:4, : ,',. Reading(W.) 15,244-givirg JBigler,, a majority ,.'I." .. tu,. ,,-. .-Jeremiah'B.' SmItks., tyi
number of for the Rers. to Gen. Watson under sanction ofthe War ". 'fLoo:4
votes two- S. P. pr.
#
Richardson and A. Graham ; and Bishop An- Department which gave an order for their of good health and >with remarkables'uccess | '''The Georgian"inViThe DII... bf''370:' 'The majority.for Pnrdy the "': t4 '.,.' I. .itf

it jdrew decided to appoint brother Graham-arery delivery.; Lieut:'Reynolds;who bad chargeof ,:arrled In'this country the but summer i .:' San&b'J9iws. -mats
:suitable man lor this responsible work. the emigrating' 8eminples,'.'efu ,ed to comply ."for' ." :'the" -.'." purpose.' ,of being" consecrated' ,. "and .nni pa i rlp' J,'toturn, 'the'I;icpld, .nor;i u, '2i33: '..:"W pwSrPe.w. '4-T-, ., ...." J j A J;'WrtJ h'-t';lJf'.eh
t..f
iI The Missionary anniversary was emphatically with the order,: its did also.:Gen. :Ar- to'.the office Missionary BisBop which shoulder to the',advances some of'the Con 'J rhe Legislature standsthus_ ; Seoate" l", ;! 'La K. JoUU",' i; tl'&
and meeting The buckle at a subsequent period i i ,on the A ii : : ''A.M.'CastonSaml 'r.rusiMu.
w a good, spirited I ground
4 :'ri
U .,tbs'usual introductory; services by the Rev. .'negroes,'and that '!'their delivery vention of the.Episcopal church/an will return tbjhe14'sound".Democracy;. Jt thus makes and if 'Q 1tfL1 lr Election.In. '.th* 'Assembiy .U' :,' : haaL. :' > .t

L. 1riGardner,.the ,chairman, the Rev. W. could 'not1 be effected without; serious trouble .to the Mission in !the pri ,'accompanied a'pos'ing. i i iittiTy.o! !'its neighbor theGear- Uwpempcnts't.!. aviB. .. ..'jernfersthe{'\ThIgs, :-Daval.iJ'Y. ,. ... ..jIaidor.tV.Ganwan FelizjAvinton1g, ," CenTflSe. U. _
ut Choice, called for, the Treasurer's ,report, *. Gen'Watson made several attempts byiddttional.laboiers.: .. A !large nropbrti! : '814n: ,''L I"' 'J 'i? 'I//, :' 20, with.six doubtful l e1ectio 1 s.; ,, '. >. '. Geoli'mlth' f *' .,ti 1M
K {jMfbJcbiwas read by P. P. Smith, and tbe#Cj toobtatn'. the properly but wai 'defeated by of' the Missionaries from the Southern J; J I' ,- ,1i ju 'If' r ,. ,, t ., ,' 'r ,':... ,1" :, Uriah Boirdeir1'. ". a' 1H
iporiof fht. Board of Managers, which'was the Government'officers'' As originally made, : ; ;; t : JJovr,'-we 'on1dinuireTo&wht;;; 'plat %ir E MDICALECTUEs-Th-Eclectic I NRzaa-. : '-*-\- '- : H 47' t'Mtfi'f 1I
States; i "fthe i f9rm.he,stands himself '''
his claim would ; for it would:seem to .t't/"j h'
have amounted .c.caBesieiitw.o.ck1,
f .1adbyh -; Woodbury. An able :to $60,000in -: .
'
: us that hebiSaturdayandthe.has.shifted .between the;:editorial Medical. Institute ..of, Cincinnati t.,i he'e.1redtheii ';: ; :
!j jddreswasth n'.deh" red, by the Rev.T.jjl. 1842 but the committee then ;reduced,:it ;EpjscbpaJ fission, in China was, commewed 1'.khaddo! 'uzSJ.10'f!

n ; \ Gardner, who waS followed, .eloquentjfc'JtaflMLBcr to$21,60f.; ], ..WJ834.'. V.Tbe'preeMt '.lli.ssion' :atSbahghaewa :editoral'| j .Tjjesday' cl J professor tickets free, with the .S'L'lrohn'.... .' 'G aIHUDd,t11"t'\Qf aJ:;; .
.5 .In be '
.;E. G. Afar, of (the Phil. 1r.AcrrofNC'vi. ; Y6rK/oppoed the ;: establisbedjin:, : '.iMJ i':nnlerthe morning the the;former intintiatesa \vishto' ,exception_of; the f )incidental (fee for'matricu-- : : .111"., !Peter B. Damas>) rrP
see i 'S '
wholtpeoptt of Geoigtademan'diritkroHgk : '
: > ; Raphael.C"CJTIk.t,
Conference. The editor of jlhisjournat r. who bill the that the J latipn/and i 'to the minor i : ; T8f
on ground ,contract "Jepr 'direction."('Rt. Rev 'J.i.\.fBoon D" teirtreprwitativ ) iwctip'n, defray{ ,, ',...
sfrom tti'iBal .
PntnaH1LBISSCM4' .
iMWL !
[ bad the be called Gen. !
<* : pleamue to preeent was Jesup with the 'CreekIndians (which S of.th.lcolleg8t1. u' ,
te& aad 'mad hrjel,impV af-- 'sent Clerk' d D.whoWas.Coflsecrate4: : Missionary Bishop.1 more Convention, pledge in tyfialfoffa -' expenses ",. i ( ..\ : '" (11 ttaDfaIaut tJuuzub. lJ I;
9tnpta speech; iont ,* ito!he read) stipulated > 41. ..... 8' 1
tl .' ervtbich the substantial proof s.f. the in- ,that tbey should r entitled to all thecattlehorses for ChTna oh'bfs return 'id:this countryV'at' nality i of ttCqmromissoNT, j) s ii'A .iLAicaos THE'FUiR Dl :PJH t N. : > ..'1 t : 1lb _

w rttrest felt in 4be.cause by. we e"ng.c! ;: ;'and **plunder,'"'which'-they .the: .session ;-of the: General Convention,:In,1 injibB.lattetedito/iai cthtr: Plctf |! be is Jbr:itajiSfng'onno : .. nai-rJ6int Resolutions! IOiOCOfl.' : ." '.f'HeDI'1'A 'CJ. U l'U ,--
;$iI <-ia baadiomely,Before.the crowd separated Plight take from the'Semrnples.1* 'The Com.mitlee.bn r y .: 1'1'f'4 ) 'a .con. ; b. : jIs, EliJakWl.tsO5nto''j:
tis hundred and.fty4ve dollars were piled (: Indian Affair*. i itf'1842; reported 184TtThe"i Miuion' though wan iA 1um.i rld.6 y.jh, lealocJa:fl;i;: .u i structing'a ship CanalvacrossthePeninsali; i J L n" U 1 hii)'IfdIiiod. ziF.Jo

.p sn I"'lncf.tables-much the ap- that'thejrirere; 'entitled tbair-slaves! !.J they' 'bets, 1baa (1keAy achmjilisti} "a'111i"I ;,'. t.:inndd4ioniosciooI Ji 1 I840:184X ond.1848.4fpjzTi.PJAT7OR$4Upoa be fi '*rr. J.t'taiid"tt lH : piudtb t,.tlatur... oL U. Robert Bulloek. jQi' sQ<3 iS*| '

ttatzsfscisori of that wbrjthy 6fficeriosvbidulo 'migcapWrel' : This' lie :(Mr)'BJ''dene4.Tb ( .' J, bp.tr :cornoducreh ] 't platfriaiL'Ip.perapces1 il1 "lrrfr.. !! 'cflb''r. ., {a I' ? ,J.ftd. 1'' a'SSSlKSli10'StJSJt ? "
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Lt ,say the troth,every, body present' folI'M'1tM sach'ftipalaiion'ln'lhecon'tracU has'beeq erected in8bangba.where 1 Governor. .Th. $latiopf a4aumjIha tbc b'lcfu.l "
!: Deemed folly.to participate.. It was, indeed, : He'd die4'tb&t"it 'had 'been made''tio ''d nl."i i heL'AM'th Ja 4y'.Jiisiide"upOn: ; ; 'If I8dhWSouthqCjjf0 ta< tt1lllb
iieeiignlHy G thIattn,tJI..more Aike1 ;,Jh ortb interests of the States bordering"on the GuolSiexi ;ti d'stm01tT StT ,
feodaJfhts! vmrtiparticularly.', yrben it appear that the Seminoles held ah V'slaves; / i-i will : : _.: .
Free-Soilers:
I ii onsJdereilb*tlhe Church al...Tallahasseevery.liberally.tp .I ado itti g, that;,tber,1Jid. P I1'fwere Rh"lR t.cil,. 7f E'W 4.1 iffi..u-1', ",ltf. ., era keep him -company.. < jaialsai: tbose .whdseV-ptodnc ts t -"t t 'ff Mania .cu IICQQ .1; ,
:.- \.w. .U4 jhis lighting if Of,Uainow the Ja\T.I,o.fladoni I. OOUl' ., '..'A,h.;. )'_ueen.,_ &.t gb3' Wa takeU- jbai e..firs'#..theRnub .: tA'n find a mart t':tbrcofh that' Channel: intiV a 4. g. !a tt J,Jt 1itt .ifuob 1c4
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,.1 'rd f.a.. -tP" ., -, j.i II i presumed\\tb.t they wers/reemen> ...Against i The'MI8IIOn&SVOTbIrehaObCD! i t4i", RiI.Jc'avp .n4QPQR.lt'"W.' .s d_ asw lJ arel l.c ne .tC4Vi1b ih snterpise.The Hernaodo'o: !Mtlc"mIa llaa G.Knlgb 0, .t.e'J b.) jlsfllm IA.
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'. eTbs itportctltb. Boariflf ilanajerf- bad, not J>MnsaUsfactpriJy'shqwH'X" : f hint tier'ft t f'c nyeraion.'Irornhetbenisrn flt1w1I hay ;q411 ::1f!; ,ouUace;; military defences.ofjjheir i cpantrV.I ii it a ts S;1 l'C05 Jk.| :. N' an"M. ccb' #.'...

: .torsflto the destrMeoessaf; misspa to the Jbaf &n.TWiison. 4f.ti; | WriUey .,. r'4t#. 'l' 1,' 1.r.i : to sj4s 4ou oneoatCspthe., .. ; sWrrr4T gould b Irp.tll"'renReed\ ,t !'_,t.14t. Tji 1'U''E.11': LH3 DAlb iii :
., '4n<' s'yetzeziI&nginPiorid&: ; These kt AlL" "; "t" ; .tMt.iuiUk4.: .. rlewln" ,;.,'.T'F':4' OOv..nlU"} .: 1ChlnC&bitlye ; "': *t. .'" lff (q we wi ",oosana DtiJ .) -it.i'1 \ ct tB 1ij o'tlt &16M agient. *I\ :
? vo rif p<.fvn' Tviri.T ,"*> j J jJ4; 4Christiobis lfl"6 ''' t-lt fWlb I Jo. greejw4i'tbenr'i'.sbb4ldmwtmi&r1M'Wifiwu t ..entativei'inte1r C gJla ar fefl 1b': I b Jamwt.l" .
i. aaount to sons hundred and. Afty.warriors, 'f r.PAKIZI,. chairman. thf.,qdirrnueon IJ I44.. f .. .
L '\ ,Iu.r the renowned .Chief Billy! Bowiegs.I Claims; wbo'reported btll'atthWpre.{ benightedmissionaries' nizyenoti 'i ti\4m i fd 1"..v rU adopt 'C.' Job\ eoJb"f'tCi: :
we br that the and sent cession and ;into ft.1lmbaFla %5i .wto t meiw,!!byj: arveyir! to flprocTi rathe'tallest '- ,. "",Xmn >$.
I 4ov enterprire j ; replied,,. weat an .el are! :aow'o their.was' to:jMv feel i ia tb..1cstesponstbI' toW-' ''>": knowledge. oo :the- bet4kLttfl fldL p'J '...n4"- "i oAe5e5s. 1'rV" !t\1feltcr.i/ ,' .'


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m.d 'by rnr 0Rerattrntri9mtterrtcerdtt Sbv.d by them to Northera iiurkeU IJi1I8heIbytbem&Wiflej rtm of cold tltl1"lW lie frfgfcfrum 1. > t'J. Clrctf tjj the Supreme Court o F the StateAn4! la S .: .. ft" : .2 4I'wal4- .ii ) : ooatents destroy s beTorsw1&J r

iM lit t1f Jaisis ry t..tAI:2 l flbnsar.;6ot to Kq. -- ;:; ,!the; U.,$,", ctVnrtjorthe (ortbern'Dlstiet45flord. :N.F.BROAVN l'Principal: lieg1esvako.S .. a,c"JI!J .'1r x*MSHMHtStnelttepr : ,"

w- (lte.mW.JACKJMMET1MJB W"'AClTortupa.iD$ ;.' *. *.t *: .: Feb 9,ltfi2.-tf \ J.-5 :fiLJ**. f Worm eM..: Et.EVEN rt,. t. S

____ __ ___p_ _,wJsi ,-- Shipped Swdrie .,W Undie. .. j- L c _i '5 .miHE StJBSCRlBSRhavttf hadsevtralyeart 16 1 4.t1'.GIti"UbJO''dUIV'- .with their OCtottEI''Zh.SsTh mai, J1ueti.
i : : : :'.5- i YeIIie1I. ;- .5 ,--, J M l' OLLEfl1O'r1EnG ;HxIS /|.:eiTisc1i tMehtngl aas included to e tUbHsb -. tto Store famerly kept -. j Ca.defied the flames and tregJ1 oat U*eoat n.
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j"I'' hippdby Feraudes.13ia ,.'C. ;, .i '' r W Schoelte tW Ta 'b to B&ii&Cole1.J phGri .--. ; enera oQJ1'Ifd eJ'chant. invite the'pub1 to can and tett its aerithte & -; a ".ow..ur. ..I'aeI', S

: .: ", : ell .- Gt2 JU.K. Sew& w d Hiram, -S ',/. Pront "it C "4IU. .u Lute It will be .ireeset&atto tttltivate.the, ;:1' 'OLIbfr roa Iota huge shad rich ajsortiaeBtof. *-. :WU., GILBEI.dt?'4' '
Benner in 7 vessels "" .831400fieUU j riendshfp cad Esteem his pupils; audio inatil : SPRING sild.SUM5tE1t'Loods. T-4& .
J 1 .2 1ptrs. __ _,_liew YOfk... .f Tba. Subscriber .'
t" \ )- iat the-miU. TTZJBOS ,1\ ) SWILL hose principles which tend to develop"the ImaM>r'T 'bei, tlitil' S ..tk.1IiUb*'i, _
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.3e. attead prompUy, all,business.entrnsted 'tntelleet and to refine the heartyYi .. .. --. Ii'fth iare Im UdJobbq-O_ .- S 5re.hijasra. ('t.t ( :

1.: 5964: 55. 42 '\v.f.1W. 3, 61,051Biippedtn to their parf. {Particular.atUnti,. n, given. to. the "i Without beu g in the least sestsxijijJziej.dte t K4YM, 4eeeiIinE Qe -bed.':. STgucsan, Mwrm, esee.s.orstou.,. ''
'U 'C844 : will be conducted most fashionable sty-/weekly,will RIca CI48WterSr.etN.w7otk.1.Ju185uheil
t U the abore Vesseli timber logs 73,360 sale of Cotton Lumber Timber and Turpentine on religious principles.I
a,31: :44 41" 35$1 j' ,"- I.. ., .' ; |By a most thorough system of reviews and exminatJ !J",1I Jl"J.t jwiblis 'ireafaavaa'iaikj it..'aCU4.I

.4. 4$ H (2 31 1l. w. J' : ,, 4S7.691 .abb to the purchase go da,, fcy -, % ntw41ch.experience has suggested the o ta&t : .-iUi d alt- wQ ..t" .; --?_--,,Rt. .. ..-.-*t w,, i ii v"..8' -

61 46 40 S.kWU .. ...., S.., ', ')1".:"4'1:' '-'v {KhLlberal advancements aiade on coaagumeatsJ. PriDeipdWten himself that Knowledge. once S tions.-To Count' Mer. -ReDll1a.erCout.1. testing a new \1 u.iq ? iratns -
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560 38 W F br1u.r119t85.11:' : f 1. j -I acquired, taanot be lost. chants 1aewolll re*.' ia COllJie troD With my ExeVfrior Tbrt ir r*.,
1352 4' ; ." .i 1..r._ .t, : ; :.' 'cHOPKINS&BRAITAIf '. t ;Great iudoceaenU are offered la the way of .I ( ,p.ct f.utl add. Jn ) sad did not read OK aeeosmt aata I vatftarOitlt**: -..'

'1 33 2' 41 31 S. W. "M. A. .R I"N-.E .N .LW S :# t-' .0:0" .I health and befttyof sitvatiou..to parents wishiarto ; .a'f ,.'Jwill.. 5b lOLli. .>.. .i,, was too late to savoaty book whkb wetf ylumftj, "-.'."
41 .I 48 37 W. : : send their children from home as no'pains I I. ia one of your safes purchased iron 3/r.Mania,. '.
., PORTOF J AOKSONYIL LE. j - .. fr. wilt'be in ... i reasonable terms.can -.
47 S. by 'v. I' f spared prpviding lor their comfort and some years a co. Juy fears were not allayed S
9 54 66 53 S I ".111)', .,&UnIy EtIW., t \ 0'J' [enjoyments _- >" be had foKew York. The public a.ri'I01fcitecl to 1 found It see .. tipoa m,'esters to apply _
10 56 48 59 61 S. .lH.'iE.her-ee.:_ J 1 r f. IiI r OFFICE..atWlLLpracticeintheEaitern. .E.1.I.'J*., tds f jTnediseipHnt win be inflexible,thoBga-iand-!) call and examine for themselves at the Brick Croton...Water.tou before lwas>*aaUe4AuX'eouuaeace ,.;

'It' 49 57 38 45 W. hy N. Feb. 2Sth, MarionrA- ,-'-Gould'- A-Thayer Martniche. 'Circuit,; 'BusinesB uclpersuwve. ,* *J? H;' 1.i 4.1: 'Cart Store;- ;-" :: .u L.B,-AMER J AN. operations; after whkh rwairtdJH -

37 53 39 30. N. W.II .< < 7T'f' entrusted t4't1iei care will be promptly attended :r 'The course of instruction includes all the braV >Jacksonville/i\'uT 18&2.; '11. hours of Jabor'and application to raise'the SaTai 'f".
12 red. finished mandet from iU ashy bed= Yon fISt
& chesof thoroighu .
English .Education may judge
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fl 26 24 21 W. N. \V. March 1st. Brig E.Hinds;Perr /N. York; to.;; \ t. : ;-: ;FebruaryJ9,1S5tt'Savauueh 'aad preparation. for any College class.: t &*: Bread; ,,CaJie:fitrPie Bakery...* anxiety during this delay,aadteyjagreaiUe Mtfprise ,';

14 S 46 39 Feb. 26th, Seh. Roan; Hamsdell; Fair Haven. Rtjrulkean -,publish tt,and '' j ENG SH UD1E11 l TOHIS II to inform the Public that we have made upon opening the faie ia .the.ptestoceifttjj _!
11 39 51 35 S. W. Feb.27th Sch.; Genira NechoHa Porto Jiico., send their bill to this office. -- -, '-. ., I'JL" full preparations to supply the' town and number seoUemeD.to find my boob ail!J-. .

I': 45 51: 42 41 .\V. SV.. Feb.-7t.h. Sch. Pit Tffs, Binney..N. York'Passengers. ('i"j V,1. n.au",f '. ._- S OrthographyRading'Penmao8hip'Phonograpoy Grammar Geography; Ancient -mftd Modern other rurcbMtrsy'WUh' very'excellent;BREAD, pen saved, and legible as they were pYevlofcft* .'i'
; tl1e-6re. .The intense heal to wUchtx Sal*
n a4 60 d .32 S. by E. "W LOUD 'It Ob:, '_' v ,History; Rhetoric; Cook-Keepta; 'COBI oaP I-PIES regularly fe CAKES'which the houses of customers weare, .now" delivering subjected'can be conjectured from_fcbe*.oodUkqof wat "
68. 47 37 S. W.l' tion and Iteclamationj Botany; the' BSMe;;Vocal another safe not Salamander b'f VrhicA
fI'.45 Factor and Commission .Ilerchanta ( a ) .
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J t'-* ':7JI 1 f: we ,take this of erpreesl'ng'euLti5OfQ5
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steamer Florida from Charleston Muaic Drawing; ,- : T' 1 [ opportunity "
25 41 ,V. Passengers per : iron skeleton frame only remained and es'tIge'of *
41 39 SAVASNAB; GEORGIA :-t. ", ; iiberal.evidencei of,enconraretnentwbfeb not a vi _O
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!O 16 34 33 14 N. by E.II Miss via Benet Savannah Miss: Oneil, J A Kyerson and Lady No. : : Bay&. S SCIENTI1'IC'CtYEfltSE Natural hnosoptiy.:: .tJ : 'w have 2reaVly reeeired>aad waiktesM '-iaam ef1i atMk,. Ut.They s 'were n4 floor'eoBtpaviow,ffomwhkarth' \W ".

35 S" 40 32 W.lyN. Lt Bent', Capt Merchant. Elliot,A B Ho- '- Intellectual, Moraland fully aekjog a eoatinuance' sf1th! same,.webJar- fell upon crates of earthem ware ia the cellar irnined S
ft 33 44 28 28 W. by S.n' garth, E W Bnrgess J Keough E Sterling W Strict attention will be given to the,sale-f Cotton Astronomy,5bethistryL&glej ototou 4111 -' rantetl in claiming for the Bread'which safe upon the Salamander." If their"t>ost. ".
J G G G or other produce,and liberal advances made MATHEiATICAtOus: 'qualities unsurpassed t aU b.taH tials which JOt.o
Hnlseman
49 40 26 N.E. Stanley Shelton Maguire S tin bad been reversed;not even-the'ikefetod f
30 J e when desired. Arithmetic !n&k.tJJ stiiotiIa palatab1 ,pure f and.whole- .
Finecon Algebra Geometry Trigonomo would have loss
"ft ; ; ; remaiaedMj nfrrr Ilis hupujj
1 42 59 48 36 .JOHN W.C. LOUD P.ILLOUD.Jan. .. IOme.. _%ye. Iba.l\cottt.inue to use.tbe best flour. Sanceis
G Baldwin
IS uII MerchanAize to J Magnire, Ha&ten try; Surveying; Mensuration Analytical Geometry whith'in $ ., Jet Lb, .lr>troaof -y bookajsi
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59:63 4 H Hooren.Notice. 22, 1852. ly.Calvin. Calculus. ill eZperienedBakr.5jptj. ..
U3 : k Byrne W D Harlow R ; Differential and Integral ;. fies in your alam..nlfer."with the 'rtprwtntitives of '
us promising our customers good Bread i J
U 68 519 S.W -- 0 __ n .CLAsSICALCOURSE.. .."-. $100,000 and important documents which caaJG"'W
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7 40 53 38 36 N. W. i' : Oak 'Greek_ .; German. _;'Frenchi_ 5 Tickets furnubed.'I and families any where with-_. not It be will duplieatedvhas aflbrd fully eonpeasated ms.j i
& .4 me great pleasure to kiW1
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1&0 2-7 in the limits of the to wa supplied at an early hour
U 3 62 IL PERSONS having any demandlagainst.the A course tof Lectures,win,be delivered''during new safo purchased of you, and explain iU meriU
u: 38 68: 50 3' W.byS. estate of Roland Roberts, late of Colombia Gunsmith and Machines, I the year npou Philosophy and Chemistry. The every day. Tihe-"fretd per loaf.I amy present officeSo.251 H Wreet,where I r

10 39 72 58 1 \V.by N.tf county deceased are hereby requested to permanently located himself Jackson School will.be:.furnished with a Dew set of appa-. I I'S' 27-tf DIVERS& poOP .'. shall remain until the new beildis4-s.j2j Ia ..

"SO 60 53 W. by S. present them duly authenticated within the time HAS ,E.F. lie b prepared to do aU work ratos,and.will afford ample opportunities for becoming nov. v. erecte\U. Tour re pe prescribed by law, or they will be barred and all in tbe' G11DI1Dith line both inRepairing ,and acquainted with Science and the practical S JOSEPH G. utf.ezf .5
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: -- persons indebted to said estate are requested to Manufacturing. He has a new process of RIFLE1G operation of its laws > f.--(\oard g..n .- The'ucaersigned- fnVite"eoinlry .d4'L. "

iiL 41 55. 43.89 36.45 make immediate payment to the undersigned.A. which far surpasses the usual method. The Academic year will be divided into'four S SUSSRIBERTIs prepared fej'ftc omwd- others interested in the pttmtrtiou of theirfrtibrtre.bu5 b*,to

= = ___ J. T. WRIGHT. Those wishing can have them made to rder.- quarters of eleven weeks each. Students may enter TH date a number of Boarders'at his recently particularly those ..hltWa'.>
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:l : 8. V..ft Sheriff ex off. administrator. All Machinery and Gunsmithing entrusted to after the commencement of any quarter and erected residence in the Northwest pArl of the srfea in earl to call at the depot ItS WaUr street, .
Si 57 76 62 53 Alligator Febraary, 1852. marI-2m his care will receive prompt attention. He be charged only from,the time their admission. town the location of which li fthon lo 110 highly XeVr York to "see the interior of Mr. Gilbert's _
(9 63 48 47 N. by close application to business to- merit a TERMS' .f
hopes faAorable to health and comfort freca its elevatit/U' safe With the beoU'1Indisturbed.1flaiclltJt. ha*
-3 43 65 41 35 S. byE. Jacksonville Female Institute. share of public patronage. I Board and Tuition- including lights(fn U and The HOUSE is just completed; the sleeping and kindly permitted to remain for the n\tfn\.'\ !

4 39 6646 33 S.E. fm HlS 1KSTITCTIOJT, having been in encJl Jacksonville, Nov. 13. 1851. tI.MarshaVs : washing per Session of five mouths a IUD 00 other apartmcnU being spacious and well finished and gratification bf the public.-' ,,. ..tt'.a III

57 41 S. cessful operation for more than two years German or trench extra.- 6 00 as it respects plastering;&.?u-!i f> O Orders for Burglar 'Vaults; a zulV'a n
,5 49 14 S. W. will hereafter under the joint control of Sale. Music c (including use of Piano) .-P 15.00 The furniture of thbllo&sa i5 also eltlrelj new, DOOM,promptly and faithfully executed.- :" ? -
.6 77 62. 53 Fancy Drawing- ,* e .-600 f being jnsi received"froni! iew York* t :TEAKN8.MAR V1Nioi
1 61 17 59 57 W.byN. MISS P. SWART AND MRS. M. MARLOW. BY VIRTUE of a writ of' fieri focus i issued Painting in Water Colon -.900 Arrangement have bees made to supply.the table Successors to Rich Jt Co.: 5>qv 5-

50 67 54 4& N. E. Mrs. MARLOW baa lately been connected with from the DUtrict Court of the United States "Oil J200 1 r with ample and excellent fare," and good'ser- 146 Water street, and corner Avenue, A.and.. 51. S
8 49 '4.1o one of the most popular Academic at Greenville for the Abrthern District of Florida,and to the i Including Instructions in.Perspective from Nature. -I vents have been employed to attend to the com- Marks Place! ,'New York;"* "- **

9 51 55 53 &. C., and brings with her the highest testimonials Marshal of sail district directed and to me delivered S I fort of guests., ,. Owners of the exelnstve right of Rich's- ts Wror \ .

57 7-1 66 49 S. E. of her character and success as a Teacher.She wherein John J. McCarter 'and Thomas P. (Payable quarterly,in advance.) 1 shall spare no pains to render my House in all the whole of the United States,and the only .:

11 63 67 54 59 W. by S. al.o refers to Col. B. M. PEAESO.I and Mr. Allen copartners under the name and style of 71)Jt DAY respects pleasant to those who make it their home makers ,1..m..nk\rlare.combining both pat_

= 43 60 39 38 & N. WM. D. BHEXBAM, of this place. McCarter& Allen are plaintiffs and Elijah Mat- English Studies and Mathematics QA.WC>.1 10, .. |10 00 and respectfully invite a ciii,Irom.citizens who cuts, commonly called Rtcn'asafM WiLozm'sl* "
12 Miss SWART tenders her thanks to her friends I will sell before the Court house Board who '.
30 u" S. tox is defendant Including the Scientrflo Course 'J2 00 wish permanent eAteaDgers may sojourn Salamander S'afes/witll Rich's.Improvement. -
t3: 35 67 48 "u N. and the pulMc generally for the liberal patronage door in the town of Alligator on the first B/onday Latin and Greek' '- *' .* .. "15 00Payable in oar hospitable elisav daring ttra winter Feb.5, 1852XSm. : : a f wv _
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14 52 62 48 46 already received, and respectfully informs them in March nelt, between the usual hours of sale quarterlyin advance.) '-' lfA months. 'Y'W;D. W Altl. 5- S :: -'?2
5-1 32 S. W. that, by the recently formed association with the following described property to wit: Lot No. ( slnc'e the -
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15 t be made for P iZpI11.in N. U. my House Groceries I 11 Groceries 1 1JUSTRECEU'ED iizt .
,65 54 45 N. Mrs. Marlow which goes into operation, on the two in the town o: Alligator containing One acre liberal 'dedu ion.m. ,, furnished U with convenient Bath-Establish : .
'16 (9 w. 1st of March an additional number of pupils can of land, lot number three the same town containing the Primary studies. 'Address ., *.. -1 bent which is 'always copiously' supplied with per'Sclilr Mtto* 1frie\\
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17 49 '73 58 45 be received into the institution, to whom a faithful one acre of land j rand the north half.of lot 5- 5 &.F.BROWN.Ileferencest water and the necessary conveniences for bathing.I a faD and weB rsleetelf'jasatlortinent

.18 52 73 59 47 I and conscientious discharge of duty will be number eleven in the same town containing halfan "!- ffibnlj 'Mi also that. honse regular of GROCERIES ,far
.my. adapted epresdjr !
.8 49 63 M 45 N. by, E. cheerfully, given by both the teachers. aereoflaod. Also eighty acres of land with Hon. WILLAUD HALL Rev. S.. R. w TNSOOP, Stopping-place for the Stage Uo!aDd tfom West ,family use,consisting in pert Ctf; New York'Pi'7.
53. Mrs. MARLOW will devote particular Attention tee buildings and improvements thereon adjoining Rev. COEXT CHAMBERS Capt. H. B.Noxcs- of
'2056 59 54 and JJiddle Florida.being upon one the.priihefplfc'streets cured Iawe. Shoulders and E1eo ; Sideb,MIsIi'S
55 50 -" .6 to the French Department as well a!to th-i usual the town of Alligator and known as the southwest Wilmington,Del.; Dr.MtUXB.Brandywine Village leadhjg-immediately to the'Western Pork, Fulton Market Beer Pickle *HV Sfhobd S

1 S3 62 English studies. I quarter of the south-east quarter.of section Del.;liev. T. BBADFOKD hover Del.; Rer.' road. SW. D.i W- i. Beef Tongne, Smoked Selmon and Beet U_
63 81 11 53 I W.byS. The terms tuition are the same as previously twenty-nine towmship three range ,seventeen J. E. Rockwell Brooklyn N. Y.; HOLJ.QuPILUT. JacksotivmeOct,9T1831. tf. Saiuages, Makerel, Codfish Irish Potatoen &s-?

advertised. couth and east and the south-east quarter of.the. ,Dr.A.E. Brjto, Medford'N.'J. Tcoraer ; Lemon, Boston Sodaau4Ab.trnethy Bi.-
-- The musical department cf this: Ir.stitntion is south-west quarter of the same section townshipand -THEO.HtArr ReT.T. CAJI,.'itev.Z< gar euits, Smoked Herring, GobWn'Bittlr, Leaf

PRICK CTJUltEHT.JftVeportcd under the charge of Mrs. BKVAV, an accomplished range,levied fill t.' the property of said defen A. iLv.NsrtEU, \VriIminotonDl.; L.. BAREOWS, & GO.Oy Lard, CafenpsyPreserves and Piek1ef.' .'&
on-the Harp, Piano Forte nnd Gr.i- Jaisary t9. 1852. Andover Mass. BOY 27 I-ly
forte RpMie by performer dant. Alligator : BA-YSTR..EET FRmd1YG1.LE. .j Green Apples, Dried Peaches a choice sefectaea
HvBtfcly tar. l\trill from the country can be accommodated JOHN T. ..MYRICK.I WITH'S.BRICKJIIJILDING.J&CK.SONV1LLE.FWaIDA.. and assortment of Stuart' Refined Candies fce.
& De.
Mrtm. Aleop with board ia respectable families, from S Marshal N. D. of Florida. GEononusi1Tff&co: i The undersigned would also respectfully ftfornt '

BEESWAX; DoL Cts f 12topcr month. I Dy E. R.n-ES. Dep'y'MarshaL AUCTIONEERING S AND COMMISSION? ) *-** ft ..Ac.-' i.rr ._ his old customers and the public fft geneflt*that

jerib 18Jfc2a, Feb. 26ifPekln S S MERCHANTS 'LE_.SUC5CRlBER3 rttpeCtlaD1r informS he has on hand in addition to the above, -

BUTTER; St. John's Seminary of Learning,' JACKSONVILLE FLnnltE JL < their frten 222COTTO.V : Tea Company"Warehouses .in the. mercantile **
: perlb have:.establiahftithemselves i : SELECTED) STOCK OF DRY GOOD3of >
76 and 77 Fulton St., s&'w Yorif AT jfADJSON C. ti., TLA.nr SUBSCRIBERS have entered into co- business in this place and are now receiving and almost quality and ua&eriiiiei1 tbt'tf: *
:l* .. :' < i 'H* 18 fc 21 : 4- THE PEKIN TEA COMPANY his JL partnership for the puepose of carrying on opening at the stand above named; a full assortment every J: ; 1*
Xf' ?; \ been established many years, and has \be Board of Tr u f ce take great pleasure the above business and are prepared to make consisting.of Dry Goods Fancy Articles SOUT1EIERN MARKEt2

JUepr1U. 121 always maintained a high reputationfor .B. ia announcing tothe Mamma Fraternity of sales either oa consignment or at auction,'(one of Groceries1/Hardware Boots*Shoes,J Hats, Caps His stock consists"of k w&T selected assortment

X Teas of the most delicious character and the public generally, that the exercises the firm being an auctioneer.) Both oC the firm Bonne ts.'i&a.ae.! with'everyvariety of goodsusually .of Staple Dry and Fancy Goods?Ready-Me4t S
100 k 125 and fragrancy, and'ai prices which have in every this institution will commence on the SECONDMONDAY are wen acquanted with the merchants sad'citi- kept?ha Dry: -Goods &ore.' ,Which Qothiug Cutlery,Hardware, together with Croe/t

cDl.U instance given satisfaction. The Teas are war- JN JANUARY next, under the superintendence lens of the interior which gives them the Advantage they'offer fofsalS' as"cheap waV they-can'be kery Glassware Boots and Shoe*.Hats and CaM/
,
JtcSWntiDe per tb S3 S7JCeauee ranted pure end may be returned if they do not pf Mr. ISAAC AI-LD late principalof aided of making ready sales of any goode,or merchandize -' purchased at any 1JlabJnen' ia the Southern Saddlery; in short teryYaridy of Gbods usaaW*

FLo prove to be as they are represented-' The Teas Greenwood Institute, South Carolica 5 which may be sent to them on ''consign country f their entire stock having been selected kept is a Dry Goods Store..i 'J'9Q_ .

per bbl 700 old by this Company are done up in'- lb., 1-2 by competent assistant the meat ?.* -' by one of the firm*with tdnch care and attention AH kind of country produce taken in n rseS
EGbS. lb., and I lb. packages making it convenientfor Mr. AULD comes among' us bearing highesttestimonials They win give their atteutfon making'good and with a vi pr401 country merchant to have a peat variety of character echoLarehifi,and success I and immediate sales. They would respectfully flatter themselves>thattheyi will be enabled to Jilt:,? '
All the Goods will be sold reaseuaM
HIT. with a small outlay of capital. Hotel keepers in teaching; and the Trustees hare no hesitationin licit patronage from merchants and tradesmen give entire satisfaction all who may favor them upon very .
-- per 100 lbs 125 may always be certain of haring on their table a commending this institution under his' direction other.cities'who wish to efl goods in our market. with their patronage,both u to .the prices and terms. Customers would before for
uniform character of Tea; which Teas of which to the patronage of the friends of Edl1eatiotlitbroughout Any business in their line will be promptly.attended quality of their goods, : :: -_ tbeuuelres purchasing aUewhste
HIDES.perlb 78ptrlb there is a large voriety are done up in three this and the adjoining States. to. SS t The 'Subscribers ..win. beeonst&ntI-receiv-: he'being fully assured that none win go away tf*',

O wrappers. The inside is of lead the second water The object sought to be accomplished by the GEORGE HI SMITHS ,log such additions to their Stock u the state of suited as regards- the goods and th .prices asked- -

per\ 4 JWlE. proof paper,and the outside Chinese rice pa- founder of thi institution is to dispense the blessings :J OHN.W-,PRICE..i. .. the niarketmay require,. and having made arrangements .for them.. .* MORRIS Ocean t KEIL.VCorner St./

LlI. i of a found practical education to all who' A M Reed. Fernandei. Bisbee in New York, orders can be suppliedat ; -Bay J.
KETXRXXCES.- Jacksonville,Nor 13,1851. t a
121.t.mm18r per.For sale tt the New York prices for rash l>y may desire to become Its beneficiaries and to Co..it Boulter fc Co., Samuel WUlanu. Alaop the shortest possible notice. S *
the Agent, JOHN A. MAYER. bring this great boon within'the' reach-of all' -' & Jacksonville; Boston& Gnnby J A La- Hides Tallow Beeswax and Buck Barns,.will --.5-- "i

bbl 225k. 154 Broughton st.. Savannah Ga. even the most humble. In the language of a circular &roche Hours, E M Moore &Co.' Seaborn Goodatt, Savannah. beteeeived ia exchange for'goods ,- State of Florida aotttUern Circuit, tfwro

issued at the commencement of the project Jan. 15. 1852. te.I *Friends and customers are r.ctfaDy.o1icitedto --.5-, .county* .. t,. i _JM u
per M. 1st quality 1.14 Feh.26ttDISSOLUTIOS. "it is our design to educate the children and orphans t can and examine this stock before purchasing Edwin O.GIJ1IU1J:1 :.
I' 2n4 do' k 10 pf indigent Master Masons free of charge elsewhere.E.'L.. HARRISON '

do 3&4 copartnership heretofore existing under for tuition and the chiMren of others upon such I CLINCH HOUSE 5 'J.'P.SANDF.RSON.. AnnEJouynn'V. .z* 1'N..

tJqVORSlrd THE name and style of GODDI* & WEBB, is terms as may be prescribed." \Ve appeal to an September,ltSf. c' '., tf. BILL n CHAXCXKT. roa Dnroicz Oanra'if

NE Romper gal 8338 this day dissolved by mutual consent,owing to the i enlightened pnblic to assist us in our effort of humanity THE SUBSCRIBERT '"" ''- .' -CliAxnuLx.:5ajc-I. j jaH."WT .
;
Gui 35k 33 ill health of Mr. Webb. | and save us from failure and defeatfirmin Notice.SIX.WEEDr.ner' CourU
11 i;: having recently opened; appearing to satisfaction pfthe
;..kedo; 80851JOLASSES All demands against said firm as well as all the belief and confident in the hope that our the above House; would J"lIl11U- eu- ate we witt4 apply to the tliat the said bill has been filed,and bjT Ju.

dues to it, will be settled by M. H. Goddin, Contractor appeal will not be disregarded. .liciUbe patronage of the public. .There : for Columbia county'for proof that the said Ann E.Guynn resided 30fc3T will will be divided into two letter of admmistration'de bonis non on the.estate
4 Euildfr who continue to carryon The Scholastic year dfthoBahamaIslaads
per gal are at this time some five tom rooms unoccupied, this State,to wit: at Spanish Wells one
SAILS. the business as hereto lre. sessions of five months each. Tuition for each several of the same with fire places.- -The Honse of Fernando E. Lowe deceased--: -- ; j'Sa ordered tha$,"Aid Ama

1'.. pier lb .one .5 M. H. GODD1X. session to be paid invariably in ad Dance. is within one hundred and fifty.yards of.the Post .JOHN ELIZABETH TAYLOR.TAYLOR E,Gu/nn.appear,and plead,.&ll wij. tLI. .1.B. WEBB The undersigned is Agentfor said on'or before the first Menjay
&, Office and wharves against bin
w. )L l12, S
TUITION. .
OF 4-i By
1 12SLtned JaclaonviDe.Feb. 21-3t RATES
perm per gal 12,1852. Gen. Scott's four horse Coach and two horse L ? OYemberllext. Indgsnlt whieh did appearance
do 112k125PRo'cIsIONs For elementary. branches to wit:.Reading Hack Mail lines,both leaving for Oeala Berat-week- Dec. 23d 1851. Their Attorney. ,the said lhrill betakt1I ftoconfrsseagsia4
Tax Collector's Sale. Orthography. Grammar Arithmetic etc., per the offices of of order b*
lv. 'For further particulars apply at her,provided that a copy .,111I pib-
00 'S NOTICE.A .
MeuForkperbbl3 VIRTUE of the power vested in ma by session, ,- $5 the JaekIoDvilleltepabliclUi and NewI.. '- lished in some public newspaper of this State tor

Prime do' CO BY I shall expose for sale before tbe CourtHouse For higher English' branches Rhetoric "S _.JA.M.ESB.ASKEW" LL PEHSO5S are hereby cautioned the space of six uonths.before the sold ftttl Men*

Men Beef do door in the town of Palatka, county of Logic Hietory, Ancient and Modern ..January.5 .. 1852., ; tL against trading- for a certain promissorynote day in November- or provided that if a.copy df

Hamper 15 Putnam en the first Monday in September, 1352 Natural Philosophy; 'Chemistry. fcc.. 10 00 ; made by'-the undersigned OB or about the said,bQl,and of this order eba11beperrons1iserved
Sides doShoulder between the legal hours of sale the following described -1 per session, Mathematics- ,Sale of Lots' 20th day of October 1S51 to imeon S.Tykr or upon or delivered to her,then sae' is hereby
,
do 121 property or BO much thereof as will pay For Languages Higher Polifcal in March win bar of- bearer.for the sum of three hundred and seventy- ordered to appear ,and plead,ADSW'IIr.10t'defend
POTATOES. the State and county Taxes due thereon forthe Moral and Intellectual Philosophy 20 00 ON the the first Monday five dollars payable six,months after date. The against said bill, on the first rule day after tore
Sweet per bui 100 year 1851 to wit; 16,000 acres more or less of Economy &c.,-per session, e at public sale. on the premises a ia number .. consideration, for which said note WM given has months after the said service or delivery in 4.

Irish) do Land aituatelying, and being in Section 33/of! of eligible building -gardeaiots! failed and'J win not bay it unless eomdetteft by fault whereof.the said bill will be taken fro cat '
E. Section 87 of : In of health morality,and good order VILLA, within a mile cUbe Market wharf Jack Sr.
POULTRY.Cakkem. Township 10. S.,of Range 2a, : point law. GEORGE JOHNS, futo arainat.her at last mentioned rule day.
12J k 18jTorkejs fowD5hipllt S.,and Range 25. E., and Section we venture the assertion that the village of State.Madison eonville, .;and along the route of the contemplated Jacksonville,'Fla ,'Feb 4th, 1853-5-2m *- ,JOS.B-LANCASTER.
ltOaiJZS S. and 26 E., and is nrpassed and unequalled in the Plank Jload. AIsosBrIckYsrdwithitaflaturee. i Southern Circuit }--
38 of Township 10, Range 5SLXmoUtlu Judge, '
"
JHCE. Section 33, Township 11, S and Range 26 E.; Board can be obtained in private families on *" r N t1ce;'" T'Trs. .etftarida. S

perlb 4 k 5 ssaid Land being returned as the property of Ro. reasonable terms. A convenient boarding house TKUSS-Credits will be allowed proportioned S after date IwiO present,my ac Key West,Ajrfl.S/lSal. : ,
at early period. Bonds, given for indisputable "l'T"
by G. R. Fairbanks Agent. will be erected by the Trustees an lo the amounts purchased. Estate of iVm-
SALT.pernek 1381150perlb bertMcHardy, R. T' BOYD further information will be cheerfully given titles when payments are made lC the of Probate ,.1 CERTIFY the above to be a true CGpl.faj
: Any the undersigned. S 'fJOS.. S. BAKER. Johnson,deceased, to the Hon. Judge the original now oa file in'uy office.' .
,80AP. Tax An'r & Coll'r. Putnam county by addressing Trustees.. td.JacksonTille'lVlale .' 0 for Columbia county;and ask,for a final settlemeet M. BltACEW"Et- L.
51 of the Board of 'Feb. 5.1852. ,
'oo Palatka, Feb.19, ISoi-tds. By order CHARLES RUSSELL S : and allowance of the same and of my discharge - Cterlr.fM.-XXe.

SULVGLES. Institute. from the administration of said Estate/ S 3.1S5L. 'jmly-6nu tnOohnnblaOomityTaiCoilecloreSala
Secretary. : VtTest April
Key ;
t. iL ZOO 400TOBACIb "
: The steamer THOENwIli1k9&.4 1851., - GREEN JOHNSON. ,
'$1GAZ1 C.II. December 13, jnl-2m 1
Madison -" -
6.10 : Leave Jackponville on every REV.. SWART, 0 JL. M.?"Principal.Jlates v 'I Administratof.AffigatoT 6utJr .
Ian81852J
for Enterprise S of Tuition i *
morning at 8 a. m.,
Saturday 4Orthographyj > _
4'-- Manufactured per l* 2550 touching at Pieolata at i past 12 p. m., and leave Notice.ENGLISH. INSTITUTE Reading, ''Defining, Arithmetic, :: :". ,: j* v Notice- S BY ylrtne of authority rested Ia ine"by-lal
AND
8 arrive at Enterpriseat mIlE CLASSICAL for sale in froatof theCmt'
Pilatka Monday at a. m., of eleven expoM
'TALLOW. or before Tuesday 10 p. m.; Leave same day .S will open on Monday 19th "jstj, in'tbe ,Penmanship. ,per quarter. 'e -$400 MONTHS after date I shall present my ac of House dOur*f Columbia County,en the flzs Monday -
SIX
CwTh-- erected by..Col. L D. weeks ,-. :: ? and vouchers as the Administrator tract
there Wednesday Building recently 1S32.the foHo-wui described :
at 1 p. m. for Pilatka, arriving new Grammar. History Composition of j of June
LETTERS remaining la the Poi moraiogagain touching at Pieolata at 2 p. m., Hart Jacksonville,Fla. ,The Subscriber has al; Geography Elocutioiuuid, Book Keeping,do 5 00 the Estate of 'John G.Ziriar deceased late of i or parcel of land1 situated'lit siid emmtJt.o..tJae

*LIST OF atrlacksonvQle, Fla., t'e1maaf116. andamve at Jacksonville same day. Way pea.longer. 10 services of Madam Des /loches;. ,branches of an Engliab,MatJ1e., t z Monroe Bounty;\ the Hon.'Judge.time of Probate apply to Suwaouee river,near1 Livingston- Ferry ea salt
Higher. shall at same .
"" landed at an;point on the rfrer in IneFemale Department and fteU great con maticalandScientifiocoursedo COO Monroe eouoty and river containing sever,owned by,Amoi Bia

'882.* A K.naM&yLewia For passage or freight apply ou board.P.H.nedaytthatthe deuce that her instructions in the various branch Languages;do. ; ; ':: .s 1000 said Court for a discharge- from,.said.Adnsmwtration lie] or baits for taxes doe the State and eouavjr'
,Music will exercie a The. Ancient Insutatioa of said estate.Allpersons .- dad x*9 10. -
PatrickAddisonOA THORN is unemployed of education, inclading jwfll for the 188L State county
Aabtrt Elisa n Kelly es the ;'un flCf-The exercises of the above '- interested are-desired to take Bfr- rear. -
pupils f AJsT.WR1GUTs.t
Jacksonville will be appreciated foi satisfactory influence upon 9.1852..t.r: -: -T
JCtngCb&rki highly ; ; '
in the or for i NF.BROWJi recommence feb. .-' ?. tiee/ ,- -'* ,. iICHOt.A8S5UTHAdmr. 'Sheri Ex omctoTai Ctof.,'
'_ Klodea Lsham JAlexander vessels to sea or river derhercba.rge.1 .
> Alka renxa towing .Flb.li.-U: T .1.1S NoT.'lS 186L fen.
3t. Principal.Lrage West cld4d-
; ,
ADa Kelly George 2.ByraTdimund towing rafts..should. any. offer. -. S ;JacbonYil1 .Jan.22,1852 I ; *Key ;: :AQigatoT, .bec.J3.I83J. ,
.reb.19. 185Um: : .: '
-
D Flo- 'I Jt1t"DAltGJ..N'.J. : .;' ". ot'\ :. 1 Notices' 5 1' The Unlt d9 U.t; H&fi
in
LyenrgniGi' S Public :Lands SS .
u ,
S .to'of :1'
: d
_, DE1ITlST; datth&untratg <4C5 '
;: '
XlJoritts
-BaahMi June.H Lombard JoLoflen Astonisliing IntellIgencel4The v r' S ar J5 ._a Steamer r'lVANANHOE*
,
> n.T .
..< rida.'otIcii.hert1g1Veiithat.- > ir CAZOUU,' of the Estate of Thomas'Jones '
BeaetGeergeBeckaam W7.8rney !n! (OP COLVJlBtl/i uinutrator Pilatka Monday morning,at 8 ek-1W
Cash "System ,Adopted r S S o. of Alachu eottuty State of Florida 1' every
.'UiO under NTOftMS his,friends anEscpeainU: tts'i deceased,late before Enterprise, MeHoavifle,.and intennediata.laaeVtag
MeAifhurBowie Mairllrs. T the new GROCERYr and PROVISION .guedwiIl,1a.punuanCeOfI4W, offer at I Florida, that he will snAke sjnofesonhl ,will exhibit his account and Touchers ,having excellent accommodations forgers r
EnsUee,UC Mason Timothy N .A'. :,t-TORE of the. Subscriber ia the city of _I. auction before the Court House door in to the State about the25th January'and will Honorable Judge.of.Prbbate for saidcounty rod bd connecting each way with the :! ma.'

.- MelAUaaJob. I Jacksonville f pabfio the several counties, as hereinafter stated, the following remain;:'ODe"lBOnthWilt.:-visit"Jacksonville. and prayfo a final settlemeot' ; "and discharge" '\-J rv .ab United Stale Matt Btots. For freight .*
Such as trty '
&* W..A. MWevJobaBCoos NatttaaUlMarshal HAVIiti'Jut received and opened my large valuable lands,located by State authority Ocala andthe adjoining counties. notifying the_ S 1e1at.aY."I". "'WmILW&ftDAdiii. paaea.Pp11 I11JoarIJ.i"j- .
&dOl'S Maple* Stock of Good selected,with of the. grant Congress to-said State, desire bts services can obtain then by. ; L.H.aOSSIGNbL.
John G 2 part that point, __ B7J.c.lLUELY.lliI.AU1. i-i.
Cornea Thomas'T express reference to the demands of this Market. for of.internal .improvement. These him by letter,to Oeala or meet him at : "_ ".;, t ', : -t C-
Cpbea,J "MooreColmu4 ia informing the citizens of this purposes ; selected immediately other designate*, of pracUble access.: Oct.S ,tSGt.tim.. Pilatta 61.8 L Jeteo-
1 take pleasure in good ,
part
lands were. 1 _
any _
or .
2'S : ..
WmL ,
-1- .
"1M7 Job S Milter place surrounding country that they are now after the completion of the U.'S. surveys and arebelieved ; .jan>y-2a> isa. t.'a; : ;: _. -. 5J v .r- J' pfoticcA -, .** \ ; 0 p '
'
for CASH ; -
14a1lS8 'C -
41d1IflW ] ready for sale;at remarkably rates to embrace some ot the best ia the State .. will ;' 'NoUctpo'j
rnys& :
rcoo.r Joh A MojreJM JV2 of the multitudinous articles tobao- sLthrki ;OfFl: % 1t N1'HSaR.dati I piuant
only Aa enumeration for the production of corn cotton, sugar. ..? SIx S iME,ot thatfJt6Mt "
.' 'J-a It .' Di j? with which my Store Is supplied deemed and tropical fruits-and others finely,adapted 51 tf Ad1duhtratbtse Boa.Jadge of N16E'isb reb given -.
oaJb ., that I have 00, Sf ckat'neaac ,cIe* 1e Stock- h.FbeW.AI.IIInd ?
r-Iftft'fBearT "' *unnecessary suffice it to.say every- to Turpentine. and Lumber'business. The Winter Joshua Ilogani ask tor a.melicitleacal '
: sad
BrotMn". PerUyMn SnOi F desired ia tbe'way of : "' S S : for Celambia ,ont7, Gutf-Ceatral RsilresdviU.b..pese4ji -'
.4k 'hiDe (save dry'goods) land will be offered roRcAsaONirS: : : Probate and of ;
Irq
or the'lame J.
I- haIfe1ghtbs'i of
Eliubeth IraU1Iaw7 TIrUSo" anljtioaee Jacksonville at the oEoo WBrytE9.i
DiekMm FamDyllGMlllI.tT. da .. J 1, I' aid. -
I Id"D" ,. tio.of -- "' $ 1
: < :: .. 1.1 "JOflY"5A' ,
. S
1Z.-tt. fica oothe26Uiinst.
19 .
.Wrf- '-' JscboovIlle;& Feb Iii/ county oa'Monday, 12tk.n- : 'r' ,OW'BaztOflr: 'h.1t 'J" cliac"- "' H&R BOGA. H_ -S ,A.M'REED OPt" ,
1. t S Q.1lb7Mr.S; S 1652 ,shoot, 28ftMaduam : iSviS .a : -- 'Acbhrldtator'l"f'
: L April, h"ciU f '.
and Builders J ; e 1-f, & ,. r I -
Notice to Mechanics 19th,, -," 5 60 ULDfenottf aD .1'H t.t .T '811I- '
FJpA1I'. v.RaaarJohDK. Monday.. 26th. f,.2.440Cor ,-JaaksouvvUea. ib.violnity4 1 that bel" ; ; L7. -t ;_ _JukaonviUo.Febd.4yv. t.1 'S, _.
_
Board'of COWjCmiIIa.atoners Monday; .W Y wtavtj '
Hamilton -
F..Jaau't .f RaDei.Jolaa XBY direction of the mockofal1iUl -_ --- '-' '
!:;'l, _. __G, Robert E JDt of Duval county,I hereby give OVUM :, iwftia..Mouday,3d MaJ'"c'" -9,520 8,120 nOW.WDI ocIIuoeeclingll,1ow d ltpreeeDt tomakerooIor .t IJ:-riottee.: ,. .' .5u7rpIIN&errs r :ofleeJ"1t..r &ng
RaYUna Robert Mechanics,BuHdera and Con tractors.that jUackwi, Wed 6th May. .DrY and 3 of the SIItDLOIII such eases wflltake five .hbn.
bscrn
.t'prlnS r
'
: r1* JqhJa f l' f.i s..m fresh supply 01 : r XHirS
Cr.. I1 11 ,1ktherfodJR : PropoalI.wi11" received by the said Board until Ltvf Monday. 10th MaY, fiSJMOXfcnwi a StOck oa 14 :q ",I V y, ,made and presided;1 will apply t.o theHoo.Jadge 5,JL,,BaardwHi Rooms shall U ooaorcv
I =
.. \ present
"MarrbIIM.uday.17t.b.H&Y.: Goods Eastern
of next,for building-a new the.Counfoi the' j inferior to for tfte.temv
April of be none
% .4a 1:1'S the first day "T. le shall
: -. wood orbrickvfoi ,. totBenten,) Monday, T; la HEodlIh and FreeekMeipOtWhdti ___.1. .. IOU,tbe land be.longlsg't His
'. I'.afc ; ". ;5towutIuC' J COURTHOUSE, .her.f ,.: .\oQl a. .-..-. -- CireGUAiFloridAfodeaYe to and every attention paid tor the- eomfartfcatfherfthof
1}I S :'24th MayIIilZsboro'l..turday.20tb;: ct :. -r'. 'I ; ; Csmbrt ,'* .runbiaco SMITH
Jacksonville. Etsteot :
-a.1IBftbf: $ ,: &fe..W. Daval county at -/ May "" ton1i1lea,Furniture C&ipos CoI'd .tW .5 Utpat.rODlOJL"- -
.HanW.'A. : 8aiLkJuDS I The building liLa bet&wotoriesigisedmUteon.ain : 1 .C1otli, Fanc1' CU5LmsSsttiaett .
.
t1".t..t.h ,
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.ra.a eu-.Bc:: ,;' -.8ecIbar1 at least one large -and room annual 4,8)01 i ; Jeau.,;. 'c5-r ..1IT : ". >" :1o .ww. .a .AQDU." -
Du ithree Jury fourth !'payable.:iatbwe; . fIeW" 1"1 ; I: B&aaila the upper story for .a5Caurt1oom froeIao :13.t$Mr11kt)1B \( Qfaii &
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iii .t3SIflV$ TiJa, Roonu. Lad three ofileet with.chimneys and !.menu,with _- : *# '" vVprJSrjgAttorney"*. ,
!' I1srt1.cbt1iw : j to beaeeompaawd prefer it,five i per eent,, Ul,be ".. 'r":11 _1 'do.Embreidered F, t .r.' . aflO.sap' l it.ars.Mr.AAt4bnJ. piiats to both stories.The proposal are chaser instalments, upon the payment p1thi : ShaWUUcI Sc w AIiP4} Segt' ,,iatLtll.tf. '.. V.knota jft ; ,"
rtTiU7wWm Bpeclfic6tioas-.for the the credit 7'kManfl4J1W t-** i beTu8Beltogw
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MLA -.l11"MIMI 19I1M Proposals are Invited for. Ha.4TaUahakleeDecemlracie.1851. : i2f4.trtet'afUw&tyeu
Hope : for the State of ,
:r. .H'.U'C .. I1PVCSTOIS7.Y sut&ienemtsrislI.and also for one*nto which of Public Lauds .. ,, W: 'uMJ$4AI4SO 9r: QG Kerlao JLlnstitate. (WMaen< OIa-tlie Irt Monday and will be soli lowsr.tbaaji, ma.be.elldbl. .;:
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TZtt: worked as for as U.will go(.all new.maUrial tqbe ,. '16 1'sI TJ'Jtt__ _, Y. O' i ...I3'1 '- -..' 'sbtrta lr.aranrJ ttoo 4.'Mca.r tt: aeoatyfoLeI&ersot ia as January.Weii orriJowIfy cl. ptti. !. the dt"J6 !$ .-

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;.H.: WSa1tWlSuii down and removal of tU old building,,.( Jilt' 'kftei au1Wnt \ i*,lt.c e, : mias1 W'.NOTJCE1i; 5- Ie 'if.rt couin:;..ft w r-** <

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. .t 3 1*Pt'UUZD ztYuyuItY. !, 1. COTTON : *_*adoft.v. 30O&. evenl:year-1 have suffered much at diffr at ; tfti.."'T.ffPtYJf1'M.. tli8
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i. .1. klndfiipooiirhlohiiidbTmaUon-ihaa! .OR and hove no reason W doubt I.being permanent; 'N4J4t..r 'fr"t.--
1u1 J f Corner Ba ''arutjeffmo* iwri: Ingior J>yaarls -NI.QPJ; Believing it to be 'a duW which I owetoTtho afflictedi .< T ,
f *. ThreeDollarsper. satnnia, payat J. 1 ONTINUE Co .\l1aJa t.ht feer Imsdlngfljffi
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t Srpoa $ tkePaper.A .- t ..U,'" -,".8AVANNAHGA. *' tent bo by charged tsaiL t'i r..,mentioned every, i the '1' "t.r .,. '. loAlD ,. Ift can ate rpreseafyou a* you'tMnkproper.ji.l'will'tet..w'i9h'10Q also fay* .V ilkiQuorterMogosine in addltWn Rv1iwsn4 to Which B1vk'a,,
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t S.. t.; ..pI.IUlODJ. 3 oEL aoaTOlf,. lOBH I that in convening with many who have used yoor
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1 .1 *" J. medioin..1 have Bet found tme whvdi4 net Tceiverelief.
4 .G,,..c dl",. pctoUef"ap'i851.; ul fU1: a aUo. 1 DYSENT.R 0" .' elllMft.lwwk T.uecl _.-_ .: -.
't *>ertbementt win to inserted a&the foHewrai ... Wbicb'b totbe public. .'-.>
1 ';! taI,,:(I" : -, .. r _gL ri It stands 11'it own'Iniert and needsno i ;; .Meiaodist- Church, Jacksonville.! .1 ..A f'J (43 .p. t J*

I tk4 Ant and Seventy-Five Cents for every*ubee GE.NERAL: '. ; I pu1DtCI'il tAI 1 ,r iJ'&tboDTilt."Dte.,4t1J.J 111 mu.y.StnIrzu, F R..8..jot Ua\,1t
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t't ttInIertron. To yesiyAdverUaui a liber* COMEHSSION. ."...J', '-S- "".{". "1.J'.. ..: .:' rsnHIS'lf1tcbtz Valnabk IA\r.pie "it1fl- h ewnpwunded' I nr:E; Poinsett-Dear Sin Three parts of a s b.Jeha P Nono A3 t"..iefa'q.isteci *,
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,\t 41scaat.wffl DO aide. All transient Advertise FA C'-T0RS; ,. "';_' ) Bottle of your most valuable medicine called 1D-J I P rotesnirof'Sckntifla'AgricuHuro 'ia Tile Cc
several
t'J : growing :
-. ; jIr'W i 1h Loxecnst has relieved'me of .
iaeati(except bypenoBi having a running oecoun fm mel. and .'. dian entirely a severeottttk'ef fcge, :../8'.I.* li'\ ia JNT i
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Smetta
( new Fod PE' :Diorrheeav'cheerfully: 'nocmnftni .
This valuable wor mn'
j' 1rI6\'d.1fi, must W for to = for the cure hightf eoiBprWl tir*
pabli
c) paid previous 219 Say-Street & ='. 'R Vegeta.b8 domge Eu. your medicine to those similarly[afflicted. large royj eotavO volumes containing:overages ).
I .., r t -f an Pw With respwst yours b.t. witb'-la tr 20. sel
) 0 etor is.folly It'j.: p *plendds engraving*,
tP4 Persons at a distance era govern their remittawes E. M. MOORE, N. 'z e ,: iQ- Medicine"' envctht he ha given it THAD..iC. ANDREWS:! and more thin 600 ebgratingsy en
for advertising by the following rate*i6ne Oct. ZJ 1851. i in the town I which tn reside:and ,the,sutonUhlngr highest style of the art, fllustratlag & "..."
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,F&lWD.J J ; Ctt.; Cu; Cts..Uta, luceess with which met. warrants AmEaIUAN.ANDFOREIGNf cC husbandraow-in: ."} thw Wt
\ square (twelve lines) published six month; Joseph 8,'Baker i os> 01 under,being -. U. saying that it.is a i.u CURE. f arntdrt1 t&e.fysst:methods of ploughing pttntbr;
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fw.V $10 00 e rat. i. .:*'i". "- 3 f 10, -.5' He, therefore come to POSITI. to harvesting v*<5. >e t |th?,:>o3 Jft* !IdfifeestW
1" Tw..qweifor.xmontb 15 00 PRACTITIONER &d not over I 0..I ,,6.,1 I m'I' I pl b the reach of OH, knowing how mony CITY OF ASIDNGTOY?(, animals ia their high.es'tperfeetioai'fa _hOt 1
'WTFERY AND os. and noteverli oi., 1 ,8 45, suffer with thlr very unpleasant and often dan TTTNDERthe direction; orAARON'HAlGllT PiclorMt feature of h8 book'U ttnitafe, said>Cl
t\ Legal and other Badness Cards per an. 10 00 Office on the corner of Market' os. and not. over 2 ul..1.2 4.t u g U.Dis particular in the Sonthem .. PALMER, of New.York, and ,WORTH. reD&'r.i( of.'inealcnJobla PaletUssttentp

,. Notion debtors and creditors, t 7 00 0.. ad Jot:onr.21o. .TO, W *. -. .'a, ... 1NGTON GARRETTSON SNETHENofNewOrleans sericulture*.? t es i.j iJ y UP > -
t Application for letters administration, 5 00 Streets, opposite the Court .UNPAID; 'r'rIn-punJ-11.!Indian IVoxeeact'! be Attorneyt and Counsellorsof:: the .Stfr The work is being,ifttbllsMd Ia Seml-mbnuW

Notice for dismissal Admintotailor JACKSONVILLE FLC. as above- .. 5 10 10 15, v ny written signature on preme Court of the United States. Numbers,"of,64 pages each :exclusively'rtM
as a
( Application Cct.16 r. not, over 1 of. 10 .20 80. Ibe label. fook.IO ; This establishment is formed.for the followingobjects SteeluYJDgs, and 1* oI&&t 25v entVor 99
;. ; $10 00tu t 2 I the few for the satire work in numbers of>which*,
refer
: oi. and not over H 01. 15 8 *> public below to a certificates selected ) .- tluf**
For announcement of candidates for office 6 01No | ot. and not over 2 os. 20, 4 60' from among j many receivedfront.. respectable 1. For praeticing tow In the Supreme Court of ttDl hat least twen wo. t. c. {t ?,
'. f N. H. CORWIN & CO.'S: : 4 75 citizens of Jacksonville. the United States and The British. FerttttCcsd re-published U
announcement will be made unless the sam< os. and net over 2j o.. 2 5 5 conducting. professional # ,- V *.." "i
: t L-
EGBERT POINSETT. business. before Congress.: : 10 n oWI,1111" .- J
accompanied with the amount charged. l\l1ddlet wn, Orange :: .-From and after the 80th June 1851.the S. 2.'For the prosecution and recovery of all claims The .ndonQnirterlyRMeiV.(Censenative)

S. Editorial notices for pi-irate benefit will be New York. computing,the ra.tel upon inland. letters P. Planters should not be without t i Ta, in law or equity against the United States before The:Edinburg Review (Whig) ;:NIIjIt

horged double the rate ohdvertiaing.j Fruits Fruit and Jetter from one office within tboUnited able Medicine. Every family ought to Congress or the executive Departments or British Review, (Free Church,) 'The w__
or Territories to another, and also upon on hand. against foreign Government before .Boards .of ster Review, (Liberal) Onc\ Block wood's fEdi }
j. Religious Obituary,and Marriage notices,will Plants, SUrubbery.. 1e. &e., between the United States and the British A. M. REED, principal Agent 'fo]:aeb.ve. Commissioners. .- burgh Mga ine, (T ry.) ;:; ; ; *.

*published gratis.Comaunlc&tlou. Order. American provinces is to be a follows, to 3. For the 'settlement of, occottnts with 'the. | Although these work are'dbtingulsarf f

mutt be post paid. November 13, 1851. rte.If not exceeding an Once ; State; Treasury War, Navy, Post i",'aDei political shades abovo indicated, yet I ------.- _, rate, i exceeding half an ounce but not JACXSQSVTLLX,May 6th, 1851. ateniorDepartments and obtaining the remission portion Jot their content i* devoted to poubjects.
.- JAmES: ffl. an ounc rate, i exceeding a This is to certify it is with much pleasure that I of fines,penalties, and forfeitures for alleged s .' U is' their literary eMZctT.WbIO'
i ; X P. Sanderson but exceeding an and ; announce to the Public that I have l been effectually violations of' the revenue post office, orothertaws. give taemthllr chief value andla tUTI thlf
l ATTORNEY AT LAW, on charging a additional rate eTr curedof the distressing complaint called "" -', .' *"" stand confeisedly fat:>bave ah other JoSbnaVoYtheir
'ATTORK AND fN8fcLI.OR AT LAW half ounce or fraction of half D..-.' elw.'BtacfooW itiRanderitbo
enteryby the highly recommended r. I For'ec1trin letters patent for,invention atostntf
Columbia Co. '
AVING moored d(" office from Columhii Alligator, mode of computing rates upon\letters to Mr. E. Poinsett. 7 had resorted to rmed ,J from th.UnlUd 8UU or fronk'foniga.Gorern guidance .r Gbristotke* h..abteUal =*
: : :.II County to Jacksonville; Duval County ,'and to aU other foreign countries, but of no avail. I induced to try ma very meats, and procuring land Warrants and pension I cient celebrity, tails, as this M Is, araaHr OP

respectfully Uforms his friends that be will con: H Whit Smith & m. North American provce excepted palatable and pleasant&Medicine and to ht great under tho- -various' ,pension'' law of the United. tractive,from the serial work Bolwir pnA Ml
as at present aet of 3 satisfaction was completely cured within a few r States. er literary notable; .written for,tht Magaitterf
tianothe practice of hill profession as formerly. ATTORNETS AT LAW 1849, and agreeably to instructions days and have not been troubled since with that t, 5. For collections generally, embracing debts and first appearing in its columns both in-Oreafe

.. : fit win attend at each and every Term ot Alligator, Columbia Co., table of foreign postage so much dreaded legacies and inheritances,in. the United States. I Britain'and fa the Uaited States. Sttehwprksw1
the Circuit Court in the several Counties oC; I am happy to dea. immediate cures have I and foreign'countries. "The Caxtons"and My New Neal n.fflWtM lit
M. WHIT SMITH I M. < DIEGTIONS. sy 6. For the and of Bulwer. ,"My Peninsular Mad ,1"XhGvagBane
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come under observation within a few purchase e lands Jn any of
tbo Eastern Judicial Circuit the of my
County : OW
Office at Alligator. | Office at or pael. n exceeding half other serials
Territories and .Which
days. 1 cheerfully add my. to.the the States or of the Union and loan ; D1IIDIII"OUri1
V Hamilton in the Middle! Circuit the Supreme< weight be deemed a single letter mit a1ea editions Are-'issued.by the
I i & .great amount testimony regard ing' money on mortgage of'real estate flying' teadial.pbtWien.l.thil
Court at Tallahassee) and the IT. S. Court at St. S. W. BAKER] Valuable I am,respecfully &o.,10u therein. It. country have to be reprinted,by thoso paV
4 Augustine. All business entrusted to his can wiTro-RJV-EF1 i "drop-letters, or letters placed in any Medcme. M. HE/IkN. Jr. 7. For investment of funds in United States I ushers from the pages of Bloekwood Jler it lot
but for
not for
tnsion. delver To E. Poinsett,Esq. and State stocks and loons collection of the dividends been iinud by Jdettn. Scott f C0.>*a that nb.
a Will receive prompt attention. .1 JACKSONVILLE, EAST be ehrge poltge a the rat thereon, and, generally for the,transaction scribers to the Reprint of that Magaiiaso: $ aV-

Address J. P. .RVMUERSOX, Jacksonville> Reference, eah.- whose JACESO"ItL.May 21, 1S5l. of all business ,pertaining to a law, Joan, and I ways rely on having the ea/ftrslfreading of taeeo

Duval County Florida.Jacksonville. the deputy lost posmt (compensa the Dar Sir :,I consider it to be a matter of duty banking agency ', fascinating tales. p> ''
Hon.V. B. ending I
FLEMISH faa year to that I had been All communications TERaL.-peraDn1l1l1. v
you laboring tinder aVery addressed, postpaid Ic :"' '
.Jan. 17. 1850. tf did not exceed send '
March 20.1851. ) $ through violent attack of Diarrhoea Messrs. Palmer .; Fot of the four '
all letters written by and ,which baffled the & Snethen. American and Foreign any one Reviews $30
-;- tc the all written himself communications re I ski of two Fhyaicians. ,'and rendered :me unable Agency; city of Washngton, will. .receive.. Foronytwo'do lID
: McQueen McIntosh, OSSIANJL to mal, hit which any work. But fortunately,, when about to prompt. and faithful attention, For any three ( do TOO
private bf. all hope of relief 1'ALMER&SiEThEN' For all four of the S:
I Reviews 00
ATTORNEY AT LAW, ATTORNEY exceed in weight one half free of give up eer heard ,
; of your "INDIAN LOXECUST" and the use Office No.5.Carroll Place, Capitol HilL r.Blockwood' Magazine. S 00)
WILL attend the Circuit Ccurts in the Eastern I This not authorize them to frank r
KEY WEST, FLA. dos of five Bottles ha entirely restored me to health Ju'yS. lowti.. I F Blaekwood and three Reviews9 00.
Circuit the United States District Court at St. written by themselves, and on I .,. .
; Practices in the United States and does authorize, 1 tae much pleasure to recommend your Medicine For Blackwood and the four Reviewer K>OO
.. Augustine; the Supreme Court *t Tallahassee;; of the Southern District of buines free only of postage; nor any i thing but t those who may be similarly afflicted. Bounty Land and General ncj; For Farmers Guide [complete ia 22. .} fr 00
&o., BENJAMIN DAVID. Payment to be made in all ia advance,i
p and prosecute Claims for citizens in any part ol JnlylO-tf communications addressed to themselves, YOI cases '
To Washington D, JCLUBBING.. .
Esq. C. \
,
their .Poinett. :
private
I Florida against the Government at Washington,pPc bU0. T. WALKER will give prompt A,discount of & ,,: per cent from tho

either before Congress or at the Departments. JOHN Ratttptr tent Dear Sir lam JACE11. June 27, 1851. JOSEPH & attention, to the HOUNTYLAND above prices will be allowed to Chiba ordering

: '. ;:flcf" ADDRESS, Jacktonville East Florida. ATTOHNEY AT of g.rtwh bona fro fide thanks i to you entirely for your relievd"INDIAN of my complaint CLAIMS of officers and soldiers engaged four or more copies'of an i 'one or.no**)',of tk

May 2. 1830 tf OFFICE. pw. au aJ UUST; ,.it is the best I have ever used LOX&in the FLORIDA WAX. or in either of the INDIAN above works. Thus 4'copIes of i Bloekwood-
WAR in which the U. ono. of.the Review will be sent to out adtfr sea 19"
States have
been
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after the 30th of June disea8eand feel in engaged,
EAST FLORIDA. 1851, for eah' happy recommending to the $9 4 copies of the four Review and
not public. Yours, i or the War with Great Britain of 1812;-to ; Blaekw.odfor3Oandsoon.
James W. Bryant, exceeding three ounces in weight truly, *
claims the U.States
for
on
MILITA&y'ISE&VICES.
r 7? ATTORNEY AND COUKSELLOR-AT-LAW, sept.11. &dynce.rates per These quarter a only to be apply paid where quar To E. Poinsett, Esq.GEORGE COULTER. SUPPLIES, PENSIONS LOST PROPERTY, &0., and to 0EJ-.Orders.from.' Clubi" must' be ia sent direct t.

Will attend to Professional business in the Court United States Mutual is sent from the office of publication to '- any description of business requiring an Agent or eanCallowed&o..fgmtl.y theto'pritoa.
BATON ISLAND St. John's Beach at For \,
) Attorney Washington. procuring Loud .t' ? .j. a
I. .j. of the Eastern Circuit of Florida, and in the Federal Company and bonafidt subscribers. 7, 1851. J Warrants, his charge will be $5. In other case Money current uvthe-States'wiera" Israeo,war
4 District'of WEST POTTSDAM NEW -- Augt. the charge will be to the be received at par. __
Court for the Northern Florida. Sir i This will you three of) proportioned nature and ?
t, Dar tht. 09"Remittance and communications'should
difficulty of the cose. :
7 ALSO AGENT KINGSLEY GIBBS, A4' I or Diarrhosa were,dangerously for about six ill weeks. I Dysentery tried- He will also act in connection with Agents'o:r be always addressed, post paid or franked to tho

Jr. for general Business In the State respecting .1i almost everything that generallyroeneff&lhrdollldisease Attorneys in Florida who may be employed in Publishers. LEONARD SCOTT QQ;

( :? grants and donations of lands and the location MAYPORT MILLS, DTJVAI. i but all to no efec. A friend mime -t Bounty Land and other claims on terms which ': 79 FiIltOaSt N. Y.entraneeGold at.

thereof. May 22, 1851 tf : agf commended me to try your Medicine eollednoe. may be agreed upon. Letters [which should be .'J'
: or selling : -a DIAN LOXECUST.* I it-ande post paid] will receive immediate. attention- The Globe. _

; ALSO AGENT SAl\I'L HOYT & : happy to say that 1J procured of it cured all thre m June 5. lawtf. # .- A Congressional, Agritultural and.fitlriziY

.. for the,collection of Claims upon the United I Cts.Cta.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts. of my children-hoping your valuable MedicinI Aeiespaper. ,
States for Military or other services pensions, I GENERAL COMMISSION 1! '60 miles 2 1 10 6 2i 1J may become ener11lno'.lo that all that may Notice.. : I mIlE undersigned submit*.to the publlc-hW t v
L 60 and not over be afflicted ts may have a certain TO THE OFFICERS, AND 'SOLDIERS JL proposal for tho UioBZ on4 ita'report*for
: supplies furnished volunteers and for hones 01 In The And miles 5080201052j| and safe Yours truly '
session
Buying I remed OF THE SEVERAL WARS SINCE the next Coagresa,, ,CoerrW Bow
other for which the United State not over 1000 JAMES LATIMER.
pro-pert110It. 3. so liberally patronized tho undertaking .ibo,tt
vF tillable.A EVERY DESCRIPTION OF r 7545. 3 1571 34 1. To E. Poinsett, Esq.JACKSONVILLE. THE REVOLUTION.. ,. will be established a atoaiord work worthyHfts

r. ddren Jacksonville.East Florida. TURAL IMPLEMENTS ,no'over 2000 July 30, 1851. BY a recent'Act of Congress officers and sol official imprimatur,unices the undersigned falf}
I MACHINERY.ALSO 100604020105 (who have not received) are.entitled In hi* ct-t,. This will not be the oow if sanest
i; ,not over 4000 Dear Sir: I have tried you very valuable Me I- to BOUNTY.LAND for services of one monthor effort can avail. The Gz.az ia thft oofer peg

-. J. HcRobert Baker, Georgia and French Burr Mill, 123 75 5 2 12J 6J cine for Diarrhoea and by far the best and more the widows,and minor children of those that will furnish full rejects tle-prKtedings$asi

,;. ATTORNEY. COUNSELLOR AT LAW;, Colagen Cnllin and Bolting C"t I miles 150 9 6' S 15 7j-I safest cure for this dangerous diseu I hT deoeueti, are also entitled The Subscriber will debates of the two Hoes of Congsess; sad havr

:, : JACKSONVILLE E. FLA. kind of produce North and South DIRECTIONS. ever knoW two hea' or My lto dughter. age undertake, at a moderate compensation the Ing received their sanction as sushi,UkebetRoporters .
abut re claims of those interested-. will be to writ owl ts Aibotsaf
for Wool, Hides Deer wa Having been employed engaged *
Skins and
h WiL practice In the Courts of the EastenJ Weekly be papers only,when sent as aboT to almost a skeleton,and r tried part of in public office for several years his experience S each day which will undergo to*_rttisioasf
are to delivered free in the Bottle
SAM'L HOYT. of
a "INDIAN
county e LOXECUST"
si Circuit in the Supreme Court at lad _ published and this Itbasactedlike your and in such matters will enable him to afford great the Members. The work after passing thnogk
; although
conveyed a the child is
cha. now im facilities to claimants for.LAND AND PEN the DAILY GLOBE and receiving eomctisavwal
pa Die and In the United States District Court Referentet mail over 60 miles. and may seen by those who do not
:
proving be
b SIONS and save them a great deal .of.trouble presented a*finished in the Gonaxxaawuik
ot.the Northern District of Florida. Havingan Metsri. ANDERSON& Co., eW8Jn containing not over 300 square lev. Respectfully, and expense. Where he obtains nothing no GLOBE and APPESWX. *-

,. efficient and reliable agent at Washington hi LET, WEBSTER & PALSIES charged one quarter the above To E. Poinsett A.V. COLVIN. charge is made. All letters post-pakiwill receive Tbe debates win probably increase 'in iattmfc

will prosecute claims against the United States Co., Savannah Ga.; WM. P. of are allowed to Esq. prompt attention,and the necessary forma.and luring the next session. -The one subject'which
newspapers ex:
New York;; RCOOLES Nouns, instructions sent.' d tho will doubtless to otk-
free of ST. NICHOLAS,Flo. engross Jut give "a1
,
before Congress and the Departments at WashingUo. ton, Mass.; F. B. Looxis ESQ. postage ode copy of each number I Jul,3J.I8.Dear C. W. BENNETT Atfy.Washington ers of great variety whkhin .progreMva
and
V privilege extends Sir' This is
Ct. II. S. m th .to .newspapers to certify of
McCoMBs
t ; E"q'J Medicine called. D. C.1 country, the conflicts of party and the o* Vitioa>
Savannah August 28tb, l Ca. your "INDIAN. LOXECUST"h& October 1850. tf for place and distinction necessarily : .
: Being p8rm&Dentl11oca.ted at Jacksonville hwill < The must be .taken cured two of prod1lCO.'vut. -
j weigh newspapers permanently our Negs.of a severe interest will be at stake the dedsiona.
give his entire and unremitting attention I UIds' they are i a dry state. Diarrhoea. I take pleasure upon
the
JOHN A HATER of next talent
there
Postmasters not valuable Wanted. Congress; and ,,j great ia
and all business hii entitlo to recive your Medicinea being without.doubt .
profession entrusted to No. both branches which will DO evoked in their 4 acnssion. .
134 Bronghton street, per. free of postage uder thei franking one of the remedies for this disease A SITUATION a* Teachers by the'undersigned All the honors of the Republic,'depend
'. oare.He OFFERS for sole every that I have head'of or seen. and Lady-both of whom are Georgians dent on the succession to the
will also attend to any business as 1 line of business besides- .L'ayment in advance does not entitle the W.. O. Mc1.NTYfE. by birth and education They have the ad- all the and Preiidency.u-yclZ
.( a* great interests which *
permanent
an deduction from the abovo To E. Poinsett, Esq. vantage of two experience in the g
.j .NOTARY PUBLIC AND COMMISSIONER Spirit Gas Gas Lamps p1ing t years business to the advancement of the power of the country,
Appointed by the Governors of the following I Landreth's Warranted .. 1851. and can give satisfactory reference as to ability will give impulse ,to the action of the nextrCoacress. -
Jcbl.lan !
&c.
A
female
.
9t. qualification Academy in '
Seeds some *
; States to take Testimony Affidavits and Acknowledgments Dear Sin I '*r r ,-., -
Segors, &e. &e. of Pottage to b charged upon all transient used your Loxecust thriving village of. Florida would be preferred The Daily Globe nil be '
I,, to be used therein t At wholesale and retail. and t"t other description of Prin in 'my famiy. and have found it a very valuable but,if this cannot be had the CNDERSTONED. would. the session Congress and published whe doOy remainder iariftf
Iattr. NtUlr and PeriodicaL, remedy a 1ta.l great pleasure'Inrecommending take charge a male schooL ;' of the
Jtwill
L' Maine, Virginia N.B. Spirit manufactured aDd three mont it to : Vddress the undersigned at Greenville Ga. year. contain fall and, faithful reports
North Carolina and for Bale low be n uatdif/ ; of the proceeding of both House of Co.
Vermont, as as can from the to actual Re J. E.TOWNSEND. H JOHN W.SLACK. -

h.,. Massachusetts, South Carolina Southern Nov. 2T-ly market, for cash or ap bona fide, iubcnbert.. p '- Egber
( New York, Georgia The} Weekly Globe wiUeontain
Agricultural
E ; E. Fla. Notice.
Pennsylvania Alabama *.-For each : _1.cEsoll May 17, 1851. "misccllaneoaa articles; and will occasionally
Delaware, Mississippi DYING AND ounce,' or E 0 0 0 Dear Sin This may certify to yon that 1 bad a finHE UNDERSIGNED having formed a C- give debates of such importance .as cummonj uat-
ESTABLISII M of an ounce 1 : negro girl suffering under a severe attack of Di- JL: partnership fo: the Practice of Medicine versal interest. _
I Maryland, Texas. NO. 73 YORK the ten ounces, S 1. 1 urrnoeaj and that the use of one bottle of your respectfully their professional services to the The price of the Weekly Globe iaredueed.U

jan 1.-ly (REAR OF THE COURT table, an ad t g : 1 cured preparation called .indian Loxecust" effectually citizens. of Jacksonville and its vicinity.. oee dollar with a view to obtain *>'molO general
.- rate w be : s E _, B E t her and I would take this method of re J. S. MURDOGK, M. D. circulation. ,,. '-.
OSCAR HART SAVANNAH, 0 S = Commending Yours i as a very valuable Medicine. R.P.DANIEL, M.D. The CongressionaL Go6t1rill embody;os it ho.
a t t tly- JOHN BRANTLEY. Office on the corner directly North of the Buffing- done for the lost seventeen years Congressional

_1 JIT TORNEY A T LA IV. ALEXANDER OALLO z. o _.0. g M. son House. I, proceedings and debate exclusively. ., r.s

4 Office upon the Second floofat the Court-house RETURNS his thanks to his Cti. Cta. JACKSONVILLE 26 Oct. 30. 1851. 3m. The Appendix willesabroee therevised speech k
Cta. July 1851.
3 Fortyth street. has received since or Ct 2 Ct. i separately, and the message of the President
I business in this city in 1832 and ader 4 6 Dar Sir: Sometime since I was attacked with Nassau Tax ,the United State and the reports of the Heidi If
A WILL practice in the several counties of the friends,aDd the public generally ovr 2 01. 2 4 6 8 10 a svre Diarrhoea-so severe that I could not County CoU ctor's Sale. the Executive Deportment .
Eastern Circuit of Florida and attend to the I 8".8 6 ,.9 12 15 tend to m I at 'y: VIRTUE' < ,4. ',1
late visit to London aDd Scotland U II 44'. 4 '8 16 ,busine. w recommended t B authority in me by law vested ; The Congrtttional Globe aDd Apptiidix wCTao
collection f claim against the United States for various improvements connected U U 514. 5 1 20 your .LOXECST..I procured tr I will expose for saleiin front of the published os lost o*the proceedings Cosqpesi
Ie" JO I f f20 2 Bottle of it.. At members of Court House door of Nassau county; on the first I will make a number. Subscribrrs
t4 Military services and for Horses lost, or other DYING AND FRENCH 6" 6 12 family 1"0 pray.ezpsct OBO-
my were afflicted with Monday of March 1852 the
1 23 same disease. following described Dumber of each a week the
II during first four weoko.
which he
property lost destroyed by troops in said sonic trusts will enable him to 7".7 U We all used the medicine from tracts or parcels of land situated in
\\w. satisfaction to all who U 8" 8 16 2 3 the one Bottle,, ; said county: :of a session and two:or .three number*of each'.
;,.l Also claims for pensions of disabled soldiers or I with their may pleue 9".9 18 2 3 4 and I am now happy to inform yon that i cured One tract containing 250 acres,lying near the res week afterwards until the end of the session. t-
patronage. us all We idence of Mr. John '
., ; lie widows and orphans of deceased soldiers. Ladies'silk aDd woolen Dresses 44 .1O"IO 1 3 4 from entirely. ore now all well aDd hearty Higginbotbom on a swamp Complete indexes to the CoNcressuna/. Gtttt
the Little
of called Mills
2 S 4 5 use only one Bottle of Valuable ;another tract lying on Funks'* aDd'Appendix will be -sent to
Also,claims for bounty land to officers and soldkrs leaned and dyed various colors so Medicine; Yours, truly, )01 Swamp containing ..2.50.acres._ These land*ore ,ten Congress adjourns, f _sahscribeCTSooavaf r '
,and the widows and orphans of deceased officers satisfaction. Table Covers cleaned' DIRECTIONS. TIMOTHY HARRIS. described by surveyors as belonging to Sanchez [: .Nothing of,o political aspectw'lllappesr t. *>li
and soldiers. may be required. RentlAm n < every transient unsealed cir To E. Poinsett,Esq. and are sold for taxes due from 184o, Taxes due Globe save that which will be *
Dewsapr. found EutheCesn
in the
same style
good &I formerly the State
periodical '
--.- ) ".Also,wiQ give his attention to conveyancing surpassed by any done at the N handbil,engavg. other'description oi! ;Oct. t15.A.l.BRADOOClC. gressional reports. 'A. paper assuming to Leaa,
may be required. Ladies' bonnets matter the above Dear Sir-Some Madr.F. 1,18.i j impartial vehicle tot alf sidest ffprwt m.in,atri ita.
(to Morning titles and records and ascertaining rates must in all cases I on a Sheriff and ex off. Tax Collec C r.. character U the .
claims lands.AH cleaned,and pressed in a superior d according to the weight.' ":'. your plac and was suddenly, token very:sick. ,nov 27-td _ i ifassan hue.'i lr i editorial,, column*.reflect O orty
aDd Gentlemen's Kid Gloves any printed on which the Your Loxecnst was recommended.. ,The ? jtnj'wSv 4 t c :UL
business entrusted to him will meet with most approved London fashion. is required be" m..ttr,shall through friend that I was visiting happened to hove a bot County Tax Collector's sale, For- j, 'TERMS. .:. .., 1thUI.
one copy of the
.
I prompt attention; and all Instruments of writing Air. H. KIEL has been -of Ponmatn. or otherwise tle of it in the house, and I used it, and take plea Doily Globe--clatJr Jn-'
>VIRTUE rin
in r the esioa of
b *
the above establishment, in authority me by law vest- Congress and.wuklyr
and will sure
Informing
shall .t.haUt. :
be
him with neatness aDd IcwiIlb.ezeoitMby reception and delivery of work in pret.te L.above .IO charged avn having my name in our,-me.but stiff_ l,>am for Court_ edI House:will :.XOs for?solei in front of the For duruag the teoe8I) &yea n ., $ I,
patoh.' the door.of-Nassau on. the first thelaiIv.Globo than. /
Ac lurreundiDgcounk1.. Terms of printed'matter benefit of those that county yeartho
may afflicted
bb and'p b ,you can Monday of March$: rote bf 84.
1832 300 third month. ,
'''Jacksonville.Jan. 25.1851. tff March 21. 1850. tf, :be deemed publish if you think it acres or quality > X:1
: .
: tl
necessary. land For
'
Jlia in of
lying aid one tht
county owned
msttev., ,. : ,- Yours with respectSUSANNAH- 1. by John Bell copy ; "tll..Globe for,ou..n"l1
.- : -
; Sea Island Cotton I at not my, or heirs,for taxes due for 1851.Amount of yeor.i': .&? i; 'E'JJII'
/ pbsed fnt exceed .. For of
AGENCY 'DrEPoinsetJackaonyjlieFla.1 tax $1. 25. A.J.BRADDOCK,,_ one copy the Congressional iOb cat-
of
fOR CLAIMS WASHINGTON TOHE JL,to iflform SUBSCRIBER the takes this': to mon'and.bona' fide pub, Sheriff. ''and ex.off.4 Tax Collector. rurgthesesslpn'I .
planters of Long with the su1srbr.a .. .. ,..A -. /'. ..:noT.27.tdI_ : n
tons that he still continues tbe' & one hI meaoe4 M ;; uTWTvitrutHfWe.99-?-**- -__ 4fe.rfo WIti. _,WQr. ;*' -, *trM ,Jf.i. r.\innI -. .
4} William E. Kennaugh, latest improved ROLLER HORSE I above table; prepayment 'u Dear..' Sir f Your Indian Loxecnst I* o good med '- -', For tour oopies- --either-- -- ,wpdoi _.

I I I'zu.-sn.v! AIIIA AVIXPZ, >le and single at his usual rate thereD must in all cases be red icine. Some time since I purchased a bottle from .,For the- Ucfed.1.. Sringth ,sesrion.l i _
.yzAwu.LLP.D'l HOTXL published A M. Reed K "'MT.'n .
of ,
111 all orders at the shortest notice. inter Elq.10ur agent and it to For
gave one SYRUPS tan of either
and copies
Medicated ,, or of.boih
; Continues to Ciye.his prompt attention to the arYOBgtment For the reputation of the Gins a ) ,are charged. fall r which of my negroes that bad suffered very much' from COUGH Ashthmatio and Consnmptie CIgarettei :ring tU Nasioo..Z part ,ja-j> Q.
b.V .. and prosecution of claims before Con.JNII' o wing Agents,or to those who have prpadl. .i a severe attack of Dysentery'It cured him.Soon to Pills for derangement of the Liver ; Hepat Tho A rsatnti,
; price
there it afterwards : ; ;Spleen, oJow .
c On or In any newspaper, I had another negro attacked with the fro. Tonic are ,that *4>
of the Executive AGENTS/. ] Pills and Bitten for
or DeportmeaU."Claims vance
;
4 aay ;pamphlet,or other same disease. I tha.Dyspeptio;; t'1 rortjP-perI aableto!
printed matter or purchased another >corryiiimi
t arising from the R"oluUo1W'1"F1orida. 'Vmi1 n fc:Acosta; Cent rrilI g conned'-therewith, any manuscript of cu him also; . bottle, *and it relief Antolgio of Pill*.Ointment and .Tinctures, ftx.tin onf, andn; K> to i_. .

$Mexican; wars; .1DY'Revolutionary, Half. ..C&pt B. R.By the wood, Beaufort information shall be asked for, rr rdo not hesitate a moment in recommending Foemtetme Nephutie,Pills Uterine Rheumatic ond goaty money accompanies t.4i1AW.J lIAlbiQ
pains; and.NLtu. ,.
,Scott& DeVeanz Charleston U Indian ,for arrest' SubscrIptions maybe remitted
8. writing by-IalTair.
; ;or by marks or sign, your Loxecust to the public.-101 being the lug
( pay or Widows' Pensions ; Natal or Army I ; ; speedily, (cite,Into jecunde). risk, hifnon.y at
Thou tHarrls.Ocala, E. newspaper'periodical; or other most certain remedy for Dysentery that I nave other neacous and par ia the uectIoa'sf,.. .
I Bounty Land or Scrip under law_ of Feb. 1 11,' Fernandez Bib & Co. matter becomes subject ppd.postage; ever used or heard of. If you see tic for discharges uterine from the urinary .organsStyp where. subscribers, reside. 'i-
;
properyou con
K.'R. Dukes Palatlta EL F.' the !duty of J the; .' aDd other'HsBmorrffagesj'AnUbydropicat r'-*.J'JOHN
ti .Iftff.or August 10, 1848; Arrearages of Pay and ; f Postmaster remove publish.. this.Yours truly- :' Ointments C"RTf5l
tI S. Hoyt& Co.,Savannah Ga. and envelopes from oil printed mst, MILESPRICE. ;Powders and Potions for re .. W&cldugon. hty4pct. 15, :.t'tMASONRY'QICKLA
; Mileage due returning Volunteers; Claims for ducing dropsical:swellings Cardiocol
S. L.Niblock &Co., Alligator. papbet not charged with letter : DrEPotnsett,Jacksonville.) ; PiUs/'for
.Hms lost and other'Property destroyed; ExVtaomrred : : Lartinger &_Harris.,>:.& urr. whether ste.i *v a. i- i diseases Alterative of the heart and purification the blood; VTNnrpUSTrR.
bounty,..; : i connected U Jacksonville Sept-.-.5i85t. Pills for the renovation of the''consti. 1r "
by Volunteers
before matter '
;::ji.J: being mus* printed -CUk* tution; Antidysenterie;Pills\ ING. &C.EF1IHEUNDERSIGNED ifr
Dr E fop"d1l8ntel'7"diarrh
psckage, : Poinzett.Irs.TbIs
;
ALSO matter
s.ny or thing which is to certify, that I
i ..terf 4 and received I Utq service, ;.,Waggonm'asJftt ExTiA'B xKi' n 0 require the charge.of a higher hove been permanently cared of a severe Diarrhoea a; Mogio tlnotures Embrocation*, for &\
s ore yL
t load,Teamsters'. claims'j'.. ?,& .5'; subscribe, at moderate rates;can lr!; pt thereon' :N.K.HALL .-c I by the use of'your most valuable medicine colled those the of,1emrJesDlaW'eotanhttd !" BrfckI,1a1.L.,7.bUo that.I .!
[
b..te. } X ;'PostmasterGeneral.. i Indian Loxecust after Prophylectio .asg-
,
Jins,or Sdcnre against Infection j
OmcK DoAKTMtar months with 9Cb
that and p
U avjng all the: ferms pecessory riI"properentaUon" or to. .,'S. ,IJDeI4I8I. _! distressing diseases take pleasure the latter neutralises by'alchemical-process whedeuIrodypersons fccwi .: .
> ID'reoommeDdiDryou most i valuable !T" anv .
r of claims together with'the rules : t & --- cine to all similarly afflicted modi-. contagious viooa with':whiolp OnO may chaned to 0 ezeeai' wcrkItbont,UfniT II

i ::tof rijfnlatloM i' JtoVenung the:;din"erent Via .-, Iu.a.W- ., 1.1 .I. '' !; BUIGTO.HOUD; ,<'I '- r:' I ...--.remain. >yours._ truly,., .-.t.> .t.!*y. "; > eome cutienta in contact for ,i swelling;)Colic,Syrups'for imnleV,'freckle hadreaj*,?kotl DUh'.1. eompe we1ZW1Ua.,at .ieftns aid work Qf.J Ilia"n .:
; .
:- 4q'osU,Le.U prepared .to nndertak* afl claims,ofthtMrvioes &: W bb'eOSAUjAJr ; SUBSCRIBER.: ; ot1 ,* -Formerly of JLJ.JOHNSON.t'i Jacksonville Salve, for sores; UngueUtI for,itchSeoldhead; (=th pIM,_ '
tt IIU&
N. C.
,, .Ji-Wtiu4 1Oe"lrt&h&hui r$ ; t reSetUItor.tb r 't'L'i.,-. .. - II
} -K '
t4 et.-.J -at :"fa.- } 4 q t i len th 1 b : -i ,< .Ctirro*, FLAOct.* -'h-t'. 6rX85t.j- ..CoUaiorie*,for the teeth'and gams{ and-varloas o Cst4ldb1on1di'to" 0 ..i.1Jla.1S o ,
other
". t.f .. : :; i rpUD otBd remedies xnonnfoctored
: J"' 'f' J thnttd..yot .:Dear Slr,' One Bottle of Lox ]'to. -CIrcler. JOD ing also thoa.' c. JO
j chemlMl
Mol .gircn.to jirop r ioU is.I UTOTTLD your and pothologieol>iMipks:anrf riaUTrecognised 4.
;4 1.:., VT ixeni rt.lr &hundred feet&otwlthplazauin. front obstinate cored one of my nenof a long standing, bythe'profession;'odf generally kent t N..B.TQP1icIS: ,bethi ,
it
making
as fa
House DlarrhceoFrom experience
its complete and on bond at the Brick puttin I.ea.r
eer .omoe-
"orbltNb KDa
J. 'i.D4re .....th..mo"t.tJ 'r" a.t i'an-pre-t.of their j anotwill ; ldat Lain,efflosey where all other medicine had foiled ooto4t. the Court H.ouae.n'BAKER nb ., Ueits work ia that ljjctarner od& Us& .
i .II.
ua '' w .hi', t.f,. *. ., ._. ', __. oesteja4 despstobjea4m,, JAAJPID.:1 .Hw01' I pleasure tn TOcomaendln j, }t as ;*v most ..''lUCElions' 1 bo'UeiphatfbU,"ci.1riUi c1tieO-; amptialdton.. '" -

=411 OTitinntffl 0 Insure.mad %utwgb 'expeidsno i iirpa bnijn.p& $4dthbb va1usbI.u.41e1ne.Yours" ; < A1t. -, .. for their tlNi'$1,0o&614 A'Y-q.ti-!. taLs.fcLha. .sdt J'TJ.
1 nefltQfofrdeflgbt.fnt climate i"t' .'
.JIU.4f.t r, >* a. .t.' / P.U IMA .5 ; J PE5Ca6s 'b..t1rItk < J&fllesMa,291'18,5.lIy .
; a eye their If.T l1edJ. '
.. Ua esped .D W .a
.. .__ .w 'SASH,;.BUNDS, AMD f -.l 't Uiaak lo1ot1 J U'li\t'r.4-ty. 1111'i" .A cnol1 t5. ID a&snd ftomt to 100't.eoord- 9 q7p41rnToNGRdadrse ,

4WLLUNXO .1"sflu the more enlarged .e Ir'Jt!emb *'j'f':v .ilac1 No. DJMJ.t' tog 0 contract aDd&h, nature pt ml .,!"htD .Ia lnf
bot A the 1 II
e1 cure
wlflme.t&l itrfet attUoL "L ,Mr. ETalBs lt-De .Sf! Stab pleasure b the nu.t OOUtedJ.O'f.1A bewbleeuu'wh ',LYJ.-.thai the ban dIsecIy,4 -
; mIaM.'
: W '. 1 <
J ,SPIdalooutracq .
TlCTOfi. edtJTHERN. wa.ur, Jind1o..41 : fa yen my Mnroh&tiep.of ywtladioa 3i* tIo '
Loxionrt
I t the M 'a ffc .ndS J < S1tEr/BtrIGTN t .
$. 11 twIHtoa,8.c. with 4I with enclosed =
I rta1IUet4] IS, a&Ta. food snoossi-----" '#Yeuri- respectfully 1.8W. T. will Jaeksoaville Bet with Dec pbU.nUou.7'A'12 1851 money "ctarg v.r ,ilD.: r"t'

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