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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
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Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: April 22, 1852
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[From the fflostraied Family Friend.] CHAPTER StCOJfD.A and 'their houses, ravage'd the' 'fields' had 'y--. ., LI h. pt.J
burt fhey.timt: o-jlook.; around"themwhen; LS :: ". !'" J '
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,HANGING ROCK; eon. too,more*'thin fcalf divine; '' and and left them'to'fgtarvej .but-"the toy exharged by SlIJDt r'. little o11aie. embosomed, iu: the f' 'l'lcinth.9cs1a9ouryst. .) -, ,
A REVOLUTIONARY REMINISCENCE. When, through some shades of earthly feelifljr.. patriots of,that day held from'more dear dreadful..scene .<>*,iconfusloq fbUowed!regiment r;a i T ,e Wi J ills,',wbere1dwell;his J baby .
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Religion's softened glories shine : than and ease. .. attempt WyrnisB being the i ones an&erwhom they ca11: 'mama 1; but e11g. aaiJl'J4" : 1
Like light through cummer foliage stealing.. wet usles onlyj officer;ofcnote/left; even thicaaot .." -.,," ,. .to, J. .. ,: ,r" ,
XT C.' A. RUCK. desrptouof the, pleasure. this alive, saved,himself.only,by;*doable'. fin ; equal.th..atae1. whicli ''''-- A M''J. .. L
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THERE is destiny that shapes oar ends, little pai : cottage home; 'eacto boar time retreat-tq a swamp Jl ear;' by Jngram confusion tbeeartwhejiJth' !';:war's,4readfal' i'Many personslobfcfnffare.greatly I ,tf lft't I,
CHAPTER FIRST.A said! one, and we think .with'an "equal propriety seemed to ripen the 'rlch"fmr"of'actlon and thothet 'prisoners were 4jmmediately heartof we:seek ',; genuboir'ib'! .the at Jowhow, to,pdgtf tiftb

TALK in olden times, he might baTe named ''something,to in the hearts of the 10vr an' released, and the whole party eel forward i but around. her,&inot:yet fean'out'ownr t h aae.?f.the'.**" ?? ollj|they meetwitil, .

t To catch old ears,and hold young hearts awe" nave shaped our-.beginnings-however,5;as beam and flower' the: morning oft for Rocky. antj.withaforce 'which, in a;: Three wbom-allonilfaturehopes cling. !1 rib. "' wjnpiratiu- fertility:and:damJ
Had bnt to begiDThere lived in Venice. bIt e left the something unsaid,'we will say it h irds.ortlie evenin song of the. few'days, amounted to three'bllndred ;m b.. years after. n a tasty.arboteofl' bUity. 'Persons who'ire IotA 11ldg il

was a gorgeous morning, in the Indian for ourself-that there is a beginning which seemed to give birth in their'souls to some .On their'way*, Ingrami. rightljr'conjectanng to very kiss spot Ingram bent over Idaa 'shoulder other countries, distrust their ability to fudge*

summer of 1780, that our simple story opens makes our dntin 8.. If any one could only new. spring of love. that Weymiss might collect body of Tories a smiling cherub in her 'armsj.wbo,, properly here{ For.the benefit of each,wr'

gorgeous for the scene is laid where hilltops unfold the .chapter of accidents and see Days flew by on lightning wings; 'unmea .and ofliriforther,violenceto his familf,'obtained was affirmed'chattel1ng.-oot-.eomethlDs vas ;' i l' Ida propose;to.give, ba e, general rulfa prhieb,
tower almost mountain high ; where what great things have grown from little sure.n their flight; suns rose and, set but a email! guard and proceeded to Hang Papa maybejelied'onatieasttbeya4our: 1

toppling crags in grandest front frown down beginnings; how the raising- of a hand the Ingram heeded not the silver ing Rock.. What wash.i8"surprise i ,"whent ;' -. confirmed by expCriei.Wr .'. '

upon the eternal vale of flowers and dashing moving of a foot, or the utterance of a word, of morning sky; or the golden voluptuousness within aferniles of the Rock'at sudden Ko..th- l ";'." To... 'T' or Then l ; invthe first 'phcej'the,ple tifal t&3

t cascades fling their sparkling foam into bad swayed the destiny of nations, he would of the summer sunset. In each "other turn of'the'rpadjShe met Ida at.full:gallop Xnth-arrived : mixture of/lime, found iniall; .the. Botl o(<
the sunlight, forming a world of rainbows their spirit lived and while the two, elder i2Mcbileonhisreturi i East; Florida "iu 4
believe the high authority of the latter ; on her Arabian"pony-.. It wasXa.' meeting N Northward, and addressed eonnectioa\wiiorm mold, .
t pure and bright as that which first spanned maxim, as implicitly as the juvenile pretensions matrons were talking of the past, Ida and such as the,,oughsoldiers .'ith.l Ingrain place at tbe.Amphitheatre the people pf that and w nD'a1m sjlUCie'renders"au oar soIls .

f' its beam-built arch o'er a blighted Paradise of the former. Ingram were talking of.the. future. The' were not accustomed to see ;,but, the.news of ;thed Inst,and left for the morning'' botb'more free and lasting than.appearance'' .

-the promise which barred another deluge. But we promised in this Chapter to tell day upon which his furlough expired had she brought was"of the"deepest interest. same evening.- The Mobile'Tribune-con Montgomery wouldwarrant..' -- ni '

And a morning, too, it was whose halfdisi you who she was It was Ida Rutledge arrived ; his splendid charger was caparisoned Two reasons had induced her to the course talus bis speech The abundance of,sand i found in'almost,

i sipated mists hung in melting folds across And who was Ida Rutledge 1 Well, importunate and stood pawing the earb. as' if impatient she had pursued. Hearing the result of the ; .remarks of the accompanied.editor by the following : all Our soils, \oujd! ,.lead.to the Uppoeitkm?

the sky-covering the retreat of night, and inquirer, we will gratify you still far : for the battle-field. good-byes had battle of- \nison's-'lan,' "slie rightly ) : .j thatjhey .ere .hltlYJ weak. lUllS"euiJ1.
t throwing a mezzotint over all the face of ther. Ida Rutledge was the daughter of i all been spokenexceptone3 not uttered bat judged that Ingram would return ; and the .The :.audience was ,f ery large, doubtless wom.- Bat such idmixtare"of/ and'ili'our. ..,'

I nature, mapping the distant hills in the John Rutledge of Charleston. When it became loT and he stood beside his horse. Sud large force of British':and 'Tories that 'was: ., the bile.largest We think that has ever assembled' in Mo pecaliar climate,'and under-an'almost: tropical /

azure hue of poetry. It was a morning probable that Charleston would betaken shar quick report rang through quartered at the :Rock, would.rendelt a'' lion Irr that there is ,no exaggera san is means both of activity and d.- 't

t wLen earth was vocal with the lively music by the British forces, Col. Rutledgesent the air, bal whistled close by his ear- dangerous ptoteeding,'and she7was desirousof saying that'there were twenty-five tability' Take' those small portions of landf '

t of the bird songs; melody made only for I his daughter, who was his only child, a moment to show him who his assailants informing";"Sumter of, their 'force; and hundred persons present;-.and from an interior here, the soil 01 which is'almost without

{> great nature's ear, not pent in the balls of up the country, to remain with Mrs. Sumter were for turning, he beheld near a hereabouts. Their meeting was like the vie wf.many must have made unsuccess : 'orsawitb Clay and marl very'
fashion, or whiling the tedious hours of the I belonging ful attempts,to pack.themselves within the near the surface,'it mailers not noxv' '
-who was a distant relation. Early in dozen men to Weymiss' notorious meeting of..all true lovers'brief, hut .mea. rich'thtf
revel, but throwu broadcast upon the beams life, Ida was left alone by the death of her clan. In 'a moment he was in his saddle suring much' of joy!' ''I' know nought of'this denseassemblage."Considering'the! Incon I virgin growth wlit-u ,cleared the cultivatioa'

f of the morning, caught by the flowers, with mother; a kind father had reared her in the and, like lightning, the other rifles were strange machinery w tbiri1;'us that makes I yenient hour of the address a'nd the wetnessof i.is bard' and the prOjuctiou uucertaioj requir**

\ its offering of dew mixing with the ripplingof l lap of luxury, but had not forgotten to train discharged at him-happily all without ef- the tedious hours at onetime,: grope: their the morning, it is fair to presume that !tug a peculiar sort of season to. Initit anj

the pebbled stream, and then dying on her mind, so as almost to remove the little fee.f The tory troopers pursued, aud all being way through gloom and,sadness.'with,)leaj I hardly. a moiety.of those,who.take an interest :. its long exposure, to'' the *un injurious to'its*
in Kossuth
,, echo's bosom, far away, amid the distant which kept her from being an angel. She i well mounted, the chase w desperate en footsteps* and, at another flyaway upon 1 Some was present on the occasion. after prodqct Od. Such land bogln the exi*
hills. Up heaved tbe sun from the eastern -toward Beaver two hundred or more ladies. ,graced treme wet seasons and bake: wben :
creek their *
was.of. medium size, her form faultless, the was course. wings of light, as angels must. around the tb'e'audien very
horizon, as some great, burning idea from bloom of health bad for twenty 'summers Near two miles on this creek, was a place guiltless i ihbabltor Paradise. 'What matters dry. Jn anotlitr. climate they would be ex,
t the mind of nature-and threw over all the freshened her cheek-and the called Cedar Shoals' one of the grandest it when we diet iflife's The address'we' leave to'speak for itself. tremely fertilea.more. thorongh cultivation
upon save one hours '
young' Whether it i is '
heavens its burnished in,entire harmony with other may make them so here. *
mantle of gold Oh dark sorrow that came across her youthful and most beautiful curiosities in nature. measure our destiny;,. if: youth's, bright addresses delivered !
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how deep and eternally pure Heaven looks : mind-when her mother bade her go d.bye.I The bank of the Creek are sloping-ver page, painted colors bright with beauty"and is than by determine.the same gentleman mockiand Therearesoilsbereto6sandy.beth ham;

at this moment-strained eyes may yet gather I and went to the spirit land, berlife had been steep- from the water hopeisallof 'life'we have-have.we. I more we can The' inconsistencies pine land-which will not pro**

a single star, lingering in the face of day, like a summer isle, far off in tbe sunbright near two hundred and fifty yards. ,For not had enough ?:have'we not 'escaped the 1 and the later alleged of his between 'some df the''first ducevery when cultivated.freely when fresh, nor last,fones
; as some soft hope, which the realities of life ocean. Many a manly form had bowed at something like three hundred yards of this desertion of.friends f the death-parting of I than real'but addresses, are more fanciful -:' In some of this the'..Iil.. 13

; has not destroyed while the West, like a I the shrine of her beauty, and TOWS of constant bank, i il was one bald, smoot. eternal rock, loved ones; the ehilling J.frowns :ol a _cold these alleged inconsistencies; givingthe fall broadest of very principle 1Jnef"\but of light, aOd', abl1ost'Without''an/
credit for cohesiveness
maiden's face so sweetly beautiful, upon love been spoken, but the heart of Ida lined all round with ; this tremendous and heartless world J the.flight, one by one, much In'some the'ssand.is
which we must gaze, and where we meet no was yet in her own keeping-we mean, before rock, at intervals of sixty or seventy of the passions nd hopes of youth:?-and in as terial. as they provethe result is not ma extremely"coarse f such land wilt*

frown to tell us of our intrusion. For all the scene in the last Chapter transpired, feet, flow tiny streams of sparkling water escaping these, have we'not gained bliss the action There has been no.inconsistency in produce .freely when, fresh-, but 'will-- soon
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the world on such a morning as this, stood for during that short space of time, in which and as they flow over the minufe'elevations But Ida and Ingram had .only learned, to the .oKossnth-'ninconsisteney he has in wear.There" color / '"

upon the summit of Hanging Rock, a youth 'she was unconscious, her heart had been on the rock, they roll in lilliputian be happy in the bright hopes of the' future stand principles on'a basis as broadas"enounced/humanity.These to white! In every color there of is'o1ironWmck not such' 'dif-.-

of some twenty-three summers, tall and ath. stolen by the little blind god, and given to waves, resembling the graceful tresses on -and parting, with the hope of soon meeting They are as true and:as humane as Chris-' fe nce"u'almwst every one imagines; -'at1;

letic-of fine proportions-a beaming fore- the brow of beauty, so often painted by poets again, she returned to t Rock,'and be tiamty. itself. They are the substance .of. first sight.x ,.If, the oi1i.18..JioCj1t.mek.-
I bead and darting eye; he wore the uniform But let us to the rest of this houseless -rendering it altogether one of the most to Sumter'acamp.cumER. the of low with rich
principles each
I own and growth-
of the contineatalers fur government; as. gum lynn,
and a badge which designated picturesque scenes. When Ingrain reached i
company. It was not without a sigh that unless a man has no humanity-ni: religionno :white oak, therry,:magnolia; mulberry, *,
him as belonging to Sumter's this he back and his per '
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army.In Mrs. Sumter saw the tall roof of her spot glanced seeing all
splendid WITH. sympathy with' our republican system, simmon- large and luxuriant, the ham
the southern portion of Lancaster District mansion fall crumbling into the abyssof pursuers still coming on, did not hesitate, we do not 'see how be'can avoid i interest mock is good. Boy;settle be _
rises creek called -I will stay with thee. a deep : stay, content
a Hanging bat his steed commenced the descent
it Rock run- flames below. Bat she possessed a soul reining Though angels beckon. ,,in the subject not to say a strong disposition -you can come it., *. .
ping southward passes just below what superior to life's misfortunes and for a moment which be had nearly accomplished by to embra il., To have tbe clay close underneath isruJt"
; is known in that country as the Mineral the time his pursuers had reached the brow IT-was a. lovely morning, bright as the : _
amused the ;
was at result of the tremendous i From this abstract merit of the case indispensable'either 'to last or fertility, A'deep
comes
Spring, a mile below ; :t passes the rock i. crash ; for Ingram and Ida who but, unfortunately the very bottom, his one which introduces our story; ,and Ingram in the" only"arbiter-namely,' soil is here preferable it will stand thcr'drougbts' I
from which it takes its name, and flows on had stood like two .statues, gazing at each horse, by the force of the descent, fell andrew stood again upon the'summit of Hanging Is it expedient to embrace the Kossuth expediency.doc better and rainy j seasons better
until it empties into little Lynches creek! other awake th him headlong downwards. He might Rock, looking.toward his rained homestead ; There
seemed to and look extremely trine 1; Is.it- fit foe oar condition the re" is clay or marl under all.OUfi lands*j
Between the Spring and Rock, is yet to be yet'bave made his bat was so campfires blazed; soldiers shouted; horses
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awkward. Mrs. Sumter immediately introduced escape sunned lation we hold towards the rest of the world some deeper, some shallowed .. ,. .
seen the remains of what was called the the that he could neither neighed and ,ever and anon the'shrill .r 4
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the and by retreat 'The
young couple, again loaded fal 1- Prove the affirmative of these questions, and ; greater portionof; East YIotdgi3
Pepper Mill," from its size, and was used Ingram with thanks for his opportune assistance nor resist and consequently became notes ,of the .military; .fife floated on..themorning's argument will cease .and duty begin In pine land. 'Of 'this there are as' \ ; ,
sort
by the British in the Revolutionary War. In the meantime, the troopers had a prisoner. The party of Toes seemed to lambent air. 'Ob! bow high'arid some measure Kossuth's address,.is an answer as of hammock. They are not appreei many 1'i
The Rock from which the stream takes its be in haste and holy our thoughts'are 'at sach a time' whenthe
succeeded in extinguishing the flames of the mounting e.ids to these questions as.they 8ho .ld .e; they/are'\ e. easiest
name, is very aptly named. A rock about proceeded northward and arrived i great earth'seems 'waking from' the ;
kitchen before they had done much damage, \Wtecbllect no meeting that passed offin cleared,,and 'cultivated and some of them .
twenty-five feet in diameter, and as many and thither the party repaired; Ida to give at the Camp 01 Ferguson and Huck.,* atWilliamson's night t and the sunlight streaming in golden a more happy manner. Daniel Chandler; but'iittfe. inferior 'to the'.him mocks. For;
in height, is the foundation upon which her heart to and he rivers from the East; the pare air of the COttOn} theVlire aVtrnri/L' if .* ; .1
e more fully Ingram, to plantation. Esq., at appointed Cnr'in-a most: eloquent nnt Tu>ffai.>. TW--. ,1t.
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another the size morning in vibrating bland-'tis the ,
near by same time
literally vow devotion at his new found shrine. brief, and graceful address introduced soils are in their variety and character biudr1 ,
bangs. To the beholder, it would seem on- They loved and knew it, and it was Heaven CHATTEE FOCTH.Xo I for great emotions.: :The eager, "eye 'of In he Hungarian to!the audience; ,Kossuth like the hammocks. Judge"of them'in'thel'same

ly to require the touch of his finger'to to both. How,often we have wished there not for lore-the deepest damned most Jbe : gram caught the uniform" of an 'officer/on then rose and, in'a calm -manner,' proceededto way,'Yaryin'BOBttiiing-feirjdiflereacas
throw the huge mass tumbling down bat ; horseback, riding: in, tIub.direction I jof.. the,
was a mental canvass upon which the first Touched with Heavn's glory ere such fend I he'an read his discourse This was no of growta. Theta a. deal too
no force has ever yet been applied sufficient of love could be C feel one glimpse of tiove's divinity I Rock j a turn of the road-hid him from view,* : 'attempt, to call-land great poof.
dawning young painted; at oratory,or indication of a desire to enlist ; it'might b&calle&desen.-bare
and would
to dislodge it. so deep, so entracing is that morn, which A SHORT tirneefore Ida had left Cbarles- Ingram again gazed .upon"what, he mere.feelings of tbe audience.'. He:was yen of 'every thing bat bashes and 'spruce*
Upon the summit of this rock stood a breaks the long northern night which ton.she had in Weymiss the soon be the battle ground hot what was frequently pine saplings these called
whose upon met company, burdened with',his 'fatber'sluxuriant interrupted by vehement and genralapplause -. ;; ; spots are scrubs.
young man, name was Richard In shrouded their.souls ere each knew,the celebrated Tory l leader.. He.was particularly once : : ( ;, and once.or., twice :stopped :'rhe next jft order ,are .\.black-jack ,ridges, t
gram. His grandfather had landed, we have other loved. Ida and Ingram were standing l struck,,with her appearance-and obtained crops.Memory' with its $thousand lights until the calming of some noise made by with an occasional pine': The next" are the '

forgotten how many years before, at Charleston alone in an orange arbor interwoven witessainine. a introduction... From that time he was the came up, and again he.:saw;; himself! a boyromping ; persons: trying to press through tb 'Crd&\:. lantiVcpvered with'slim red ak trees The

and then moved up the country- j They"had talked of the. exciting assiduous attendant of Ida., She, however, o'er1the"green"field'pr: : : 'splashing OCcasionally feelings became'interested. come pm forests-trees large;'growth pleb-'t '
passing the place where the classic town of circumstances which them' him andwas I in.the dancing brook; and then,, rlooked : ,his tiful. .Next io order '
brought together gave no encouragement, a In -matter, bnttbroughouk'.thers'--wa is aq admixture of>,.btg'.
Camden now stands, he settled on the Hang ; and Ida again thanked, ing Rock Creek, where he lived and died. 'was defacing its precincts and if was with : -
conduct. "No the ry ; his discourse I '
bis gallant more Lady Ida presence, as to hfrsl dangeri good cotton ,lgd&aMIiInpei: by: u1tiya'
His son Frank Ingram lived in the same aid "rather thank late which attended she followed aa,.effort. that, be {restrained himself from At close cries .for tionTben' there
s Ingram; t me my a stay.._ was the loud .were made : i iseferal' ire"twoother sorts ther
homestead, and there also was our hero, the which directed a train of incidents resulting up the country, and a cold refusal.on the rushing 'to:present .death._,to :revenge the gentlemen,- and .'Judge. Ga11e' A.B. quality.about'eqoa:' 'wUdnwould make-a-

next in descent,raised-it was essentially i in so happy a finale-which' has thrown of Ida, to a proposition i marriageon manes of his father.' Then he thought cfn Meek,&q4 and CoL Perry Walker;responded land [banter Ia u gb;. o.iQbea..dark ,grey
his prt ; eartri '
home. soul much resulted in, the her, the dearest of'all ,besidej; perhapsin in brief and addresses/ covered
over my so pleasure-darkened part ofWeymiss, earnest, eloquent soil, wito.Jonff.traigbt pine -sap*. ,
When the war of '76 broke out, his father the that and laying'waste of Mrs. i the power' of a ,reckless rvillaiii and :he J lings;.'and'cdie' 'Otbei
only by thought morning separatesme burning fngram'spossessions. They spoke to ,Kossuth and .expressed'tohim hi k'&y l nd'inotly.| :
had ..
been dead but a few years, and his mother from Its source." '. He gathered from various' longed to ,tohear.thewarcryjof: too their eJlti tappro.ra1.of what, he- bad bordering bri 5 '" hammocis'with' occa*

himself, and the younger of the family "And do you then leave so soon?" returned sources-in fat' I suspicion'W already t sweep' from that" sacred s1'ot.tbe .,ruthless read. Afterwards.the, iRev. Mt..$il1bum Bioaal large oak:and pine;the soil dart fine/1 .

remained at tbe old homestead. The first: Ida; "sarely you.will n bis mind, when he found Sumter herd or nobly' perish' firi tbe"tonlltcf.'*A was called'and l her was 'aVery ..touchingmd heavy, aad like.the negro's rabbit,?good for

cry of war bad raised the patriotic'spirit of '' I would wish to do staylongert"a, : xd Ida at.tthe residence of Mrs.}pgram noise on hU right. :aUra ted hi! attention, impressive scene.-rhe audienceby any.thIn"fcv..tf, ,' '

young Ingram home and leaving the sacred influences giam, "if I knew it was Lady-Ida's desire." the } bore.'IorIngra'pz4: :ajid Ingram eiw the borbemari he bad seeneave hi*time j was deePly"interested ,and, rather i "fb ere are :some'.Jni.l1( min::Jt-; oq- r-.ot 1iet

of and the home circle, he gathered This brought up 'a conversation, which acton.da that gallant )'oung. l b.cam approaching' *by. the roadbaJedirnmediateljbf excited Tbe pale and.attenuated"form' f coast'andmargla'or'thVlakea'and'' : ,

a few of the stout yeomen of his neighborhood none but those i immediately interested have, was determined upon, in keeping with the t : the Rock' 'Concealing the eloquent student and preacher, contrast- very.rinh. but'fult'weti requinogsnuichIiht
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and joined the "game cock."I any""business" to know, in '.bkh' certain I savage turn of;his mind,, ., hance"of l himself/he soon i discovered .was cd strikinglyrlri! ; ita'grayHy and 8 seriousness bor to bring them into successful cultivationajookipgat "",
There was.not mall the nobility of Sum.icr's questions were hinted at,to ,which r perhaps I war should happen to throw him in his pow? Weymrss-and; almost athesaure.ruamenthe ,/ with the manner of those whospokebefore [ tbe.land eortremeljdry .
army a nobler heart, or a nobler form, er/ learned his -that In- discovered Ida meeting him/i ,They,met t : ;
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some of our modern equare-by-rule young Having "by scots jThe''auiIieQce: : felt 'the chaiigb, and season ne mrgnt be deceived.. -Such as are
than that of'yonng Ingram. The post of r ladies would have answered : We havn't at borne, he despatch a ---and Weymiss immediately dismounted,and vhenj'ia a' clear, solemn',-and'"low' to 1''b : too lmwr.*> _to.. UU'"UielUUiSTUl .wur1 '
danger was his borne, and where the ballets been acquainted long 'noogh'but to which g take him rwhh comp, sid Jressed IdaT Vl *.%aaattendedonly: :' Ib"an tm' rrawthV;where there will be evidentrsigns''

Tell thickest and swords gleamed brightest, : Ida answeted 'what her -heart most felt- before an.. Weymiss had rendezvous old and faithful servanL nKiar aaai cases lands extended and uplifted .eyes, bet! bless* ffaterj; tbejpotsofthe.; trees being oa the>

be was' found. &on after the fall of Charleston enough .(o know, both: were happy We I at \Yilliamzon' plantation, thepartyethad were coolly received-4nd.Ida showed a desire ed ihe cause,and the man,and, invoked.,itheaicforgeaven' ;opoj |he. oU,aud' the "butaof thetimbef" ;
bat
; when the theatre of war was remov have frequently thought,that .the-.moment b sent to ,take Ingram .\to meet; to go.on, ,taking herhandVeymissaid:4" : uppnvtbern-a'caim'fell upon large py'sweiredT 't I :
determined'
ed further the hero de. s : Fair creature, are JOVL to he Immense assemblage and hardly a'breath "There are somip lands 'on the rivers and
up country, our was when that great question of love, was pro him.. On his route thither ke picked lpsorprisners I !: ,
spatched with a commission from Pedee, pounded, be it "popped" in'what' shape : and wbn: Ingram',and "iris dry'me tordebpair- can ,bavelno'li6pe irasdrawo: iThe'qiiivering around the mnsi ates, atifl;'clammy1 cold-natured,;flat, with? .

across from the high hills of Santee. No in. everit may, is the only time in life that we '"feW hey! were"'ontheir :: !IthonghtMajpr.eymiss thadZ'; "knownnydecisjonlpng c1es'9fl: j the;mouth of the, Huhgarianr showed much 'of toe:,cabbage i palmetto,-somewhat'

riilent worthy of notice occurred before he find two persons entirely,happy at the same knees 'impious Weymiss (to ) ; ; ; : siuce; : responded. "at .that be:fjltthe, earnestness of''ihe4appe4'rcse'Andraspe&'thehands log-wallowed' which [ worthless.Th ,
reached his destination. He executed his ; deaf to their entreaties perhaps he ame"timersWiihdrawing ,her";hand.and le 'of,Mr. Alilliirn'and !- jpraiites! found here'are'eithet caslniw
time. It is the ,and unrestrained cement spare thM
commission, took with him twenty five of,two souls pure when, leaving all else in would soon haT given orders for their at : *'>y Pea *118.P!*;wp lied WeymTss: b wrung them/amidst sb tshiceeeme&Wprovetbat oftencoieru1iiior'tli' margins of .

troopers,'and started again for P dee. His the world beside into one, as c xecntionhad; : 'not nobler. jgameiattracted! ,'?it is too"mucb beaatrialef2passi8trthesame ; the'.heart3r tbeauditie,4'weILjJi'lhe lakes and rivers.which often.overflow and ,- ,
roadon his return, passed directly by the beams'of,they mingle I that'moment.Ingram's 'heart burn- time laying-his hand apoa 'her:jsHoaUIff ; prayer loc tbe ., remain so Tar months; some*of these would

residence of General JSumter. There after a two bright light falling. togetheron lo him at the sight of these' poor fellows ,' f,Unhand me; rfllaialShOBtedKIdai.Ay ; > ation of Hangary,and triumph of truth be productive if thty'7w r safe to cultivate J' ----.

hard ride did Ingram and his company expect The the ocean's morning breast.broke pIly_ o'er the scene l ., and, forgetting-b.i own safety, be up-; .' !! unhand'her',"rile'.fie.n4'S' cried a"njany and. liberty" ttir.f1iou.'tf woddr", others'totally.unproductive.? .ND.ne dDu1d, '' .'

to refresh themselves; when, on reaching of desolation when Ingram and his men bed them for their cringing,add told them' l voice" hear by and:Ingram stood.before "Tbirwasrf'fitting'croie: V of'the:I rbceedrngsr risk iheoj until P ooa' of'.. tbehazujea.frieandprovepgood ,,'

a sudden bend in the road, they beheld I i must to die rnenandasbtavemen -.itai 'Simultaneously dnhehr-swordsu were arfd then the meeting broke o p ih'sbOutbotwhichsbook pt until some mtanei,". -
the splendid! mansion, and other bouses of r prepared to depart-aJ'ter for Mrs. Sumter despatcliingacom-andfamilyto -ie, a was.for'moment drawn and crossed, and''aeh?shovretTtiiRn' .-.* :4bn roof'oi.,the hiT; b! -discoven&of'neutra1izing"the' ;.,

the 1e eral's in flames. Charging forward pany a place as guards'of !fety.. No incident worthyof appy ahoafd. ;in' s power on to whom self master of/ prpfejBsioaJ JflgramsiUi'theann &lDuhltbeatre..[". ...,.. "-..t.isj1ri ., '. .-:' 'noxionsi p"roperty-wbjcti"may be';fdunJr-in!," *

they bad .not:yet reached the yard, when note' -occurred..before Ingram reached be attributed'bis'failure'in: gaining the hand petuosity caused.bun amakupo '' '< i. : :: .them. r-ffil '
the screams 'of a female heard in the of Ida determined make short work bat a more vigoroiaSjfinw't'disarmed his adversaty 1 ) :Kowntit In kri d ia'. appearance oa.the
were rHe !.j }
for '
the Pedee where -
party which extended come distance from Sumter'S camp.011 a of this belndwasraciofl5''en; :. iSti --To ;* .Inatabmentithe ipistolv6f Wey 0.41W j r. lLJn1 .to.i'. ,,,' c .. surfitce, io pno( hammock, of,Iio ..rocfcf -
soldier's
he look rest,to
while
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mope away breast'and the'5"sharpd Tbis4stingutsedflaflaian! patriotj with -
: miss was Jngram1s is'an''evideiusi of
Iand"and'ie
tbe u&. : stroo
.h Ingram tamed and : Bats: short oalypbjectiooable
saw a motley giyea'respiteto'the \
ihe day in a dreamy conversatippVand, sleep
: and su&aniv'ed in"'Charlestonvitbflaili
had lit lady" a
click kiggutarUtidaeho: !
group of British an!.Tori s' insulting' cba! at todreanioflda. 1" time igas given to,Ingram prepare for hi, oftthe /and wbe&in-.quinthja'su. ient', os.
night ad'on rthe 9th i inst
he'supposed to be the family of.the Gene '., ... awful faterfor.bt was.to file -suDseti. It seert Y. .! g!! : Friday; to be in the way of cultivating.
ral.! One villia'n rudely seizing one'of the is a serious thing to meet dealt, oa all occasions e up the .weapon, and:it wastdiMbargedr IJD. tootJ dgings at the Charlestonf Hotel No. .These.hints will'Serve?to enlighten tbeudgmenu ".

females cried ont, b'e was ,worth all -the 'F '% but circumstances go fir-.to"alleviate the air.'>fAtihisin6mentl'ilwo"Tory trbpp icitrispt i .pqbJj4 deiuntra4OMattenddliIs those. unacquainted with,'our. :.
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booty.- That's ,'Captain,*? bellowed out terrors To die!'when life's cia dashed flpTand 6td1l6bIdaTs attendant, receptwfljDT.brief sojournamong; ,. iJs." 3 '- Ia .
yon t Runiio4onIdiah.nortsgwovdtWhci ,1 or heighten'it ,, '
oni falling gernta.1lmetee" ollowed.,whlch 3n Saturday; the Jlayorpf; he 'city; Land a "- "c, .: .i
of the rascals when
rou always appropriate wrongful blight so oft hath morn is bright withjbaoyant' s. 1 ; &
the'nest game." By this time Ingram The that tongMpf J. : flowers are just"wreathtBgnhemselves' into Wes taking advantage of,Jeaped.. pen ii lo'mber.of atizeris""warted- biro, at his apJIa- :Jr-a. ;'r ..
.o1euauu "
and his company'were on the'.spot. orm! ,pr gained. : chaplets for'oar brows'J;:"ben''oar..-'names, his horse,'anil was ofT for Ibe:capp.1 i'; The I J J lodgings,ibd tendered him ,the J mage'0 f t-i"J'- ,U- A" :, f bfs'.,) -q -" :;
Tbt '
as uic:rfTWajrossibfe!: made 1': tbriectior bis character sndIoftyten-! > geflt.t i .
'wretches dashed direction the'1'(world"withadmiration ; ttvotroopers t : JDent uan
poor inevery i first of th are just being hummed,by WAlle an the peopkof; :,f
not am escaped-except twos fellows who iABoUte, .;; .Ingram J8Dit.w: ,and the hopes of. friends thickly! tbei1aspm4da4n'hisI';; ; J >msrjt. dowmenta,, and. expressed "their sympathy .b Unit d Si f e'ihroITth': ir ,ret: ,-;..
te his mlslbrtunes of hla".op.ffsieclf' '
bad gone to the,!epring for:'water.*'':Ingram mand of..SomterjwJuchttras then C ap cluster about as-thea IS it terrible 'to think gcam: thanked JSpd/foilheii,mut8aVdeliferrante beautiful .for- O tijD eD and.QHe Jhpee' oaiirsea.i freely aeorge.Wausrsosq: ;.It appezrsbalth._ ..; :"..- '
ine.de
immediately dismounted and .the 'Bat if fall/even under these aod gazed p' eyes F; cpntnbutiofts.afe entirely .
repaired to of farlough-to we'may .msuczent toon'tinue
pa t.St on spend upon. ahdljissed her In mlMorrtwildest FV with'Jii*ir Visitors on''tbe subject;wWch i;befsapieji .i .
ladies. It pr when the battle J 'thick glowing eheeScJ the work and that nnJess
was a group,far superior to the days i He bad travelled the circumstances grows .nL1'fltl = ,. refief caa be'j
: can'measaretbeeternltpof i bi Ain4IbufcitheiintenfentioBjdo&Forced ,
finest touch of Ibe whicha around .here'.teel 1ad 'ranks are whirling ecstacy:; ; liad this etructarei tbe of the Fa- '
and tq
.ntique-an4 one greater portion of the night, was atday "ia4tich a:' t'"unl.the ..,.)J.rU enra.whel1 eD' } ojemory ;
Prologenes would ban to implore CaaIato break where, sLor7iiutroduce&; .him; ,',and brave,men be :/their; country's! pleaaure qaOmen bu.rVn eloquencei" bay madejoo' thecootrwil'ba-i; toiimai 4)l; :, _

direct: liis sponge; to finish''what With strained eyes he ettdeavonwLto (catch banner rushing'OB;,death loses'moch i ofits th'1! -; .bj""' t1f'.,.. .hose 1 herfi aa'.unfinisbed. state.. a"staMi ,keflection

his pencil could not accom plisb., M n.Stun glimpse' from hi elevated position,of-:tbe bitterness; But to 'die'as'dies- the''felon- Moment thert ir ;'and tits:wai n.. and 1pre88Jol1 minds'are n.COwwUD) ( :.' : upon Thijus2c&aud,liberaity.of.tb. people' ';

ter held in her arms one whom Ingram a. old .eqr o fog,.retarded weakaud'poWerlesalflthebandsof s--bra- Snatched like'II1iDate'.c1e&m'"r End wiie.beI of ithbttdiithtbI of theyiu6n., "It fscalcu1al dthat.ibres.
that moment thought tbe'most perfect being his teJ weVer,in circling mists it tal i imemy instead"of'teat*'and sympathy,' ,Amid the bUdrannoon's eclipse;> -, be led paternal.the ; enthusiasm cents'f roof,each oC the inbabiUintstof.'thef
looiD'b"'r by sophistry I
be bad eVer seen-with! form and posture I wreathed- opward-la7JantasticformBV: 6 scorns and neen4h'h'ls! dreadfali. >> Batit "er.1ike hI'd&nt.pou. .d oFthe"astray* II cbunuj pukij'farriish; '.iufficientuiJ.1lO,

Txtremtly racefal.iface marble ,whit..- tleaeIiy.; ,But) no .was thus'Vith'injpram j-,ihe sun-wasisinkJ .If:D1 1Arpun.the u.T crater'sage bominl bfd"s 'lW"K' Jot: of Mf people giftedforetgnerTheeonservatisu' farnlghin*''.no-tno'tfve'for hw I complete the monument j\but the means cannpt .

tat In which the -fifewas still 'eloquent!T|shrubbery and ) wel..kw; ; ,The ink, almost'ready to dctte'the 1 atdiapterui J ,: r 1 t .i".. >:ttre .. 19nge&stayih. ibbis4art kfton btliHppJied.inlsucb' J ( minute i'. '. _

speaking;':tresses of goldea.'threads,.wbic!n trees' and shrubbery were cut down, andd nature's:luxdc;,tbi vinds wjtre elghingiadly -' f .lnglezoun4, to' ,P. ;exenly'caWP': t\1 k "ia..tlIa\V"a' .; p.f' 'Di. tr Wa1lefaOD". .. D-. e&ProDPlety'O .&._.. ,
twined UemselTes'iat,hAlf made': curl, aiu where the"boase tad stood'how lay a'pile irongh the great eiks that 4Yerejt6en-: ; ; awakened them from their u Ji icioudza k '''I-.cou" 'er t S .'tb'"C' & adm'., .m- "a" _

lips half apart,'o*Vbich music
'ly might contend'for jheejapire: !She bad came orerbim, ,;, and tie amorty leaped;from rirulet dan.h4'r1ppledbnsmiling'tc I his borle to tearing'i "Lit''Nl.t- 'J,". 'U"I'- a-'cfycircum., any, -, the too'nament Aawuua.u1au.'Wwis.be/- f <:
: :
, fainted from fright-at tthe'ndeoeu': tiToPytidthe It the"rock!;toward the'placef he tenanted bis flo'wer and *'anl;%Weo B htng way'ie''. elances vlicb.tleaiaade.d h : -"--ll-r'Indeed,1 w uldpthvesdir,'" .'r*

saidtniwaa of the outset out borU :.bastUv Coward'the/spot; cong belle,to'win iotoe,othercowjsest; i pathou. .d r..' ... .:" ehoa..r ,.I' ".,:..re"fl't.rt.r'. .. <'..-... ,. 'T.L.early. departure."t. ..., .. iG th..,)'n 1.:"*1-;. .fro. 4&afmfniE.a ;. :." "
H *few moment gave tVidencrof:retoraingcoDseioasnett butvnder. ih&thu-came! ; 'out when th&!koane !oitfM. : epl**?wbo I after,*nd tlSc nrolm j I1(of the' --in" '.iI. .n. J .1 } .ft :the;moumeubouldb.s "- i'
' waituntfl the .rrtva4lcbminandea ;! rWa1e: ;. Ose u11d r :1hJP9oD qTh i5-1ItbLpuTh;" 1 't&t lie '
, ., and was4n a bort:time his mother in transports ot joy to could not JicJe-'wliy '
} entirely revived., Mrs; Snmter mod herself I f..-followed'kyTMLri. and,* tl1i bw men to:jwepare for:Ingra'!. aeiir meh6oaecockMDjKi 1 of science; theories Jeadj:to experimental and gres iaMl'-*ho.'saccessfoUr. Mth6rbiirb j .
5vmtr' tulurmer Ii'tTbe.f..IIft'pretllnI8anes IaJa4 .battle.pfanging.Rockougbt&fldW9flhI C investigation ao4h whoiavMtigates will : U011. h.. e4:, III_ ".
: were profuse 1atheirthanks to::ilngramfor;; 1 in the rear, Ida. grief ? e .tioD to '\A
In" i iCQYene'lt
Zk bis aid- bot-! be" heard' J 1 t .i d.aDpcs''wai' mare b C"I.Jwete tb'Jll1. :nDmg. 1' 1.f.f eJ "ofb1n.I'O )J'.Ai ti ottrpresenVm
Heady them t '
; noV' t. .
: Dcd JhC Jht .of\hi,4eItt inth bL and Ida were arm 43",armsauntenfgm | tLZt5Ibtt1 r -r tI( I. td' Qd ;,
ffar0GA4 '. .oat"'that : eram &
bit tbnfgathered the stalwart forms of I". a I Dut to' wuiJatbei: !iAtbf gdr.adaJr' C -the'mooalight' ,amid ftaf flowert;'listening i1' buieest1bed j is cntirefunfoan4: \ pp. J4.-. ..;...
IzIe .
. fc hecrirtjj,bii hr soulJwere.aw'them not+bU *iett, war. 'tbttbemos 'rtia1Jbtut1nwS Hrill.atI to tlw.i ig4 o ;tbe'Sephyn;and:'talkf S''o f ert if'!W filtfJu t".iII r earci1nrn.tth'hsiirii.mi f I. ,Vii" tli a s_ ___
: absorbed DD h..theru4Tbestos7eWspcptold S
ani in loved .
tIWh -that hi who iot wealt ij'.lQdl .
m.\theY beJJ JIIh1 pam ,
x> .tbeit e IdTr6 ; p -
I elngi. object- i-of tbe form Lthek4on. twuatcow rang
'w** stood before bZfl .* ,Who angel TeBr4sb & '4 of tbe'lAn iindtheftOthe i6 aw, y.4j ; JrJjp1 ''d : _,4$ 1 J iitlr ad_ -l re J Ir.t .. .
' 'that 'chant. ier one in Sbo.dl" t :\ : \b ; trJ IJ 5th4t'U flii" iri "J*If V -
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,;I., Ak the V. B. District tteurttbr the ITortn Cannot saythat Mr.' Seward-when: aske'dx 1 -4s4Anit4rI VZjV fj'PariVr..t1flg at .eoaT?. ,f the,treacheries'of tbia !doublo>'fac
t era District of lI'lodda.I if, he could suppo'rt Gen$cott in then event*; $V h V/ I, !'.t '; I' .j .:rtcant and abjure those nnelatlon" I as a.*.recognition of the .

,)I'.! of his.writing: a,Compromise: letter; npprov,*!, w'e haeJ' viei:, oetneiediIx_ ; ;Alarge. : and resp cimblC! *t aueetingf.tb and akl. 1n1 eleY8 ngttbell'cbJect mt i. righteousness of.Mr .Fillmore's course. V
: : APRIL TERM, 1852. ingVthe fugitive-slave lawanswered; tbat iti;''iely.bf the' .Jfttww tojthe wnrsejof South.2etnWhgsiowardi citlzehgof( Orange county, iSeld} ;.4%Mellon* PresidentI chaiK 'Wib h entiment. Republican give the following T
a I The Jurors in
.;! : grand of the United States would make no-:ifference withhimself'perdsonally Gen. &ctt'inunre4,of ville,: the ,instant, ,for.the.pnr. it inlpir the test vote tofficiently aoa11
this being
oDrldav 91 of the Southto feel as, enable <
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And for the Northern District Florida men drg- t
:1::4' bottbat; he''was apprehensive he i into hsid rationtbe'latt:
'the editor whether he would contribute the pose 'tkig : in at the chariot wheels of the reader arrive at
ged triumph
not feel close their labors at then could not the rank and file hisparty.Wo'Jnngon i Cu t proper
; .:t at liberty to bring.up o I .Governor of the State Jn geDer
: Union. raid, in his power 'to the-support: of the measure 0' who,will not now even pay them the small conclusions. : V

t pteientterrnofsthe, .Court.without. expressing ,.j gentleman he much.gloriled-in4 tfuorouglily affairs, Arthur. Glinn, compliment r the"chehwblcbsecured VV
of i 8 1 regrdto F. reptng. ms lISTS. :
condition diet
the < him V
to suppOrt.the .
tljeiroprnion : i f understood. 1848*, Andwe: reefve wa cJeco 'the. Chair., an't Judge, l last time. ., V Democrats WWM,' "J -v- .-' ,;1- -- 8 "
t i ; wice-between the: citp of Savannah ,nmnnnnm.JACKSONVIL'LE E L l C .
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r4 far answer .. ppoint Secretary. ,"If such, a' melancholy picture of submissive Northern votes, 4 4
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r and the St.-John's river-in this district;,in ) V His Honor, Judge,Douglas, thereupon addressed acquiescence is to be if V Southern vote, .
i has riot- presented .
fg! the Lope that the Post Office Department. of : pectfnl"Oui'nghb'inquiry r we put answnaitt're.: the roeeting/arid, in'an eloquent and spaniel-like the Southern Democrats are to Northern Northern Dmo Whp '- 8 J '.- 20

f.1 he*United States only requires inform- \' | fawn at the feet and lick.the hands of thesmiter.'well Southern 2
o ,a
Thursday,.April 22,. 1852, asto his .Presidential .preferences.,:: We able speech, pointed to;the.,necessity, Dort 2 VV
should Would he might the'few among ibem Southern ,, 2 'I V
:)1 clrUe'glaHn inrgularIt1eio1thiser. like, to know. support speedy removaIo1: { the Indians from this '

: ;.: vice in order toinduce' them to take the rieceitary 0-: We gain exprew our;;ebligations 'to'our Sot after his past 'opinion'01 him |' .Or State.. His Honor was,,supported in..Hheseviews the made solicitations of sterner of staff their indignantly.morefacile respond breth to From this table, i it appear* that 6S Democfats -
. of the Savannah RtjnMican; GeginVand he support the 'Fillibuster-the an- > ;: and 32 Whigs toted fof the
friends resolution
: and proper steps to correct them. addresses from several gentlemen that.he shoulddo ,
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i: of the letter to- the by ; ren'tJsVthy servant a dog '
;' Tbe mail line between. the city of Savannah MorningKan us the latest-papers for their-from-attention New-York In,forwarding by thor very important to. Er aboltionist.: -present, t the same fet; and, among them,: this thing 1"It is: of little' ,use to:disguise and 38 Dmocrat 21 Whig against i it/,
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and the St. John's river is tbe will 'do in certain this truth, for to this complexion it is The et yote against
i great artery the steamer Florida,on her last trip to this place. temporary continJencies by J. McRobert" Baker. ,,:Esq., of Jacksonville
t and into which he will more than probable that,things will come,at and the South forTnd
scale i it cast
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l : of communication between that portion Coming, as they do, intermediate, periods between fuence for deal depend ,,f-whose. eloquent, %.ei.rk were- received.i. last.' The star of CABS is'now in,the ascendant 5 against
of Florida known as East Florida and our regular mails,they are very acceptable. It.' a great may upon 1 by the meeting-with v the most enthusiastic and Southern Rights men may-just as it. A majority of the meiler both from

r. ,:t the residue of the United Slates,.and any CtJ-: CHTOCR CONSECRATION. The reader.willobserre ,that is the best makeshift. yon can exhibitions of satisfaction ,and applause.After .' well determine whether they ,.can ,stomachsuch the.North,and, the .S'u ote. in; the a

f ;' interruption irregularities- the service the notice of the Church consecration, in adopt I to evade a perplexing' question. we : a:le''lure.i pertinent, remarks',by a regular nomination or not'Correspondence firmative. Fifteen Southern Democrats and

causa a total! derangement of'the'whole commercial another column. i to only one Whig voted in the" negative A
: Judge Crane, a was appointed,
taciturnity
leave make he .mmite .' V
you to of your [ of the Republican.ST. VV '
))1: i. anil*'otherbusines*of- East Florida, Religious. and the public to most interpret it. ,I draft resolutions expressive of ,the 'sense of -, majority of,the Northef1'nd.,8outb! a Democrats

L frequenllyjnvolving serious loss to the in- to know what the The Committee, accordingly, :AUGum 13182 ,sustained the, resolution, while
be
habitant Under these circumstances, the The Quarterly Meeting of the Methodist may not so important under meeting following,,:which were_unanimously Dear Sir::We have had, the pleasure ofa majority of the Northern Whigs opposed iL

r .t feeluhat have Episcopal church is now being held in this 'our cotemporary will do certain con- visit from ,of our friends' your Every Southern Rights man, we believe,
Hound to-
Jury they a right adopted V sever
like ,
exercises which conductedby ingenues,' as his influence, the V V
the- are
place, gee town 'and if'is quite 'refreshing to"meet Col.Jackson voted the
; except against resolution

'S expect that this serviceshoud! be conducted That we, the i inhabitants of this
Yankee's '
r4 with seme regularity and regard for their Rev Mr. Ley, the Minister of the station hide traces attached to the h&olvec, coosilr the longer continuance of pleasant faces ad warm'hearts. It is cause and .so did every abolitionist and

Elder Pratt,,and Rev. Messrs..Peeler, may be weakened by too long stretching, the their as for that such more V
intere.-t But so far from this being (the be. present 'position regret meetings. are not, free-soiler., South Carolina went unanimously ,
of Brunswick Ga. and Richards of the and leave the Democratic omnibus far fraught with danger-and great to
We
injustice
frequent.
r must contrive some means of against if and Indiana with
one
that the
case, it is notoriously true one of hind him. the frontier population of this State. ,
!IS! J two boats of which this line i composed, Black Creek Circuit. We learn that much _____ i Tbat.we consider ourselves* at promoting this, much-desired intercourse exception! unanimously for it.

r.r. the Wm.Gastori._ ,is .t totally unfit for the service interest on the subje of the meeting is man- I V Claim, for' Indemnlt'" ,, v any Resoved., to be unexpectedly attacked, and I do not know that it can be better accomplished Every Southern Whig, except one, (Mr.

s t Al and.themail contractors hare no ex- ifested. by a large congregation in regular :' A claim- indemnity- from the United i by a sudden outbreak' of, the Indian nation, than by some scheme of internal' Clingman,) voted for the resolution- and
attendacce.Mr. for and we are in a state of insecurity, from '
r1 jM-clation of delivering the mails carried by improvement-the constructionof, a plank every Southern Rights man,but,oner(Co).
States is now, before the from one which it is the duty of the Governor to protect
I Gra1iamr appomted' a' Missionary to sate road, for instance between the ancient and Jackson voted It. The abolitionists V
,) against
hrr within the tisnelimited.by their schedule John W. Siinonton, for alleged losses BUS- us; and the best and only means of this

I I ;p: the boat being al\vayp.or nearly so, California, from the Florida Conference at lamed by the occupation of Key West, orThompson' being permanently done, is by a speedy and and the modern cities. This, I think,i is fully to a man, voted in the negative ; and

pj' behind. her time at. the various points of the last meeting of that body, departed for -Island it was then called, bya total l removal of Billy Bowlegs and his as" possible a either a rail road from St. so dd; the Southern Rights men, with the_,
field of his labors'on last. We a crew.
the
i c'1'' ftounection on the St. John's river,.and. arriving learn that the Southern Conferences Tuesday of the portion of the naval. force of the Government Resolved, That, with these views of ,the V Mary's to Cedar Keys,ot bt. Marks-much solitary exception just mentioned.

after the stages connecting with her soon after the cession of Florida by we highly approve of the measures more interesting and profitable to us, and a
in the Pacific mater
Church have of the New-York
on
now employ [Correspondence Iferald.1IIigbiy
.t i R ;i.eRf! points' have been compelled by their missionaries., The Spain in 1819. Simonton is a joint claimant lately adopted by the Governor towards pro. likely to be accomplished In our day. -
1'
station some twenty-three tecting our frontier settlements from the trespasses Our hotels crowded visiters from \V .
with
Interesting snlngtonWASHCTOTON
during
what
thus
: rchedule to depart reducing was several others who
ftj ; representing were engaged
in California also informed
Association as we are and depredations our Indian neigh \vinter-are
t t Jt intended to be a semi-weekly mail to a state that if the parent Missionarybody in mercantile operations on ,the island bors. rapidly thinning out. Most April 9-Hi P. M..

, ', weekly ore, to all intents and purposes. will famish their agents with $1,000 about the time of the cession. The Keys Reslved, That we approve of active and of the sojourners among us have departed, Tbe whig members of Congress are requested *

! {t. Nor i is there any excuse for these failures; each for their in California the first and the Bahama Bank were, as is well energetic measures being adopted, by the and the remainder will probably leave in.the to meet at the Senate Chamber this

.l the schedule time between Savannah and. support known, infested with pirates at that period, Governor to accomplish this, much-desired steamer Florida, expected here on the 23d evening, the 9th instant, at seven o'clock, to
year, they will not longer need aid from this object, towards giving us that security for, instant. consider of matters of importance to th.
; ? the St. John's river, is abundantly sufficient, and measures were required of Government homes and V "
quarter, but will be self-sustaining in their our lives. property to which whig party.
, t: and any good boat could, except in the very field. to check their depredations on commerce. every Amencan citizen is entitled. to, from The District Court for the Northern District

;;i':tt roughest weather, make her time, with several new For this purpose a site for a naval depot was the Executive of his State j and we shall always i of Florida. commenced. its regular annual In compliance with the foregoing call
! Public Meeting.At be ready to assist him, to the utmostof session the 5th instant. Tbe published in the party journals, the wbig
t 1' hours to spare. As a fact illustrating desired, and Simonton, at the time in Havana on proceeds
: : boat of citizens of Jacksonville our power, in the accomplishment of this of the sale of the notorious steamer caucus organized at half-past seven o'clock;
. : the imperfections of this the Grand a meeting pointed out the advantages 0(' Key object. with '
closed doors.
if ; Jury wou-ld.ramark, that on the very last convened at the Court House, on the evening 'V Wes foB this purpose. :ending the consideration That we highly approve. of the Pampero of Cuban celebrity, excited, a vast

i! ;' .week,, the ,Gaston_ (the mail bteamer) left of the 17th instant,,to consider the pro. of.the suggestion by the Department Resovd by the Governor in placing our I deal of interest, among I number of, claim- Mr. Mangnm of N. C., was called to the

1,1. & Savannah. on Tuesday at 10 a, m.; the Florida priety of taking measures to procure the,organization he or his }partners located their commercial frontier under the charge and care of Major ants ,and expectants nearly all of whom chair, and Messrs- Chandler of Pennsylvania
.left the of Fire &c. General Hopkins; that we have the most doomed to the most and Dockery of North Carolina,,made,
: { same place on Wednesday at a Engine Comany: houses thereon and Lieut. after. were
\ Perry was unbounded confidence in his skill and energyas dltressing.disp V
\i"'I'I 4 p. m.| and reached Jacksonville before the JOHN H.. H. BOURS, Esq., was called to the wards directed to locate a depot on the a commander, and in hisjudgment and pointment. Merit was ovrlook- taries.

Ir.. (aston. Thus gaining thirty hours upon Chair, and F. C. BARRETT chosen Secretary.The island under the direction of Com. Porter. firm and unflinching patriotism as a citizen. ed, and modesty met with its usual reward. I After bme conversation, Mr. Badger'

{. 1 her in'a short run of less than 300 miles; Chairman, in a few brief and pertinent By the eminent domain of the United States We hope that, if any further active measures 'The spoils have been divided betw entbe North,Carolina, moved ,an adjournment inconsequence
'
the Florida' remarks the of tCe ., i sboul become necessary with regardto Collector Clerk Marshal and other of the smallness of the meet
J i :.r steamer requiring only eighteen stated objects meeting over Florida, the naval officers exercised jurisdiction they continue. to merit

ti: hours to perform the trip which occupied and was followed by Messrs. S. D. on the island, in disregard of the be entrsted Indin difulties, whose may rki we have rious and favored, gentlemen iu the public ing, there being only about sixty present,

t t ks:. the mail boat forty-eight hours. Nor is this FERNANDEZ ij:. L. HARRISON, the Secretary, protests of the occupants, who claimed under the greatest confidence,and so highly interest-and' Uncle Sam, as usual,:has had Truman Smith, of Connecticut, opposedthe

- 1 4\ discrepancy' in speed a very unusual one, and others ; when, on motion of the first. from Salas. These and universally respected and esteemed, by the bill to foot. The claims of Fontane & motion, and urged immediate action.
a
parties
grant were
. and this Grand is informed that the named it his fellow-citizens. Pent, for 'the from Mr. Smith's motion was about being put,
# It yet Jury gentleman, was saving Pampero perdition
: -. restricted in their business operations, and That our thanks and approba -. -, when H. Marshall of Kentucky, said that
1 contractors upon this line present constant Resolved, Tnat a committee of five be appointed Relved on tbeJor da Keef,::thereby securing the I
could only extend their buildings &c:, at "t Captain n Jariiagan for :.the before the time and place web fixed for
L excuses for their failures to deliver the mail by the Chair to report, at an ad. the will of Com. Porter. The land was steps he-has n sO,'prompty and energetically proceeds of her sale for distribution among holding the convention, he desired that they

i in time, and their fines are as constantly re- journed meeting, the prospects of a permanent appropriated stopping 'the: on the f rtune's 'avories-ol''the, should understand each other, and he would

r:: milted..The. Fire organization-the condition of the Jnd the timber thereon cut and part of the Indians to.encroach, upon, our Revenue ,, for ..fcers.ortbe therefore move the.adoption of the compromise
I Fire Engine now owned by the Town, the applied to Government Hence nts. ,- Jaco resolution passed last December by theVhigcaucus

1; /. Grand Jury earnestly appeal' to the repairs on the same that would render it arises the claim for indemnity.purposes.It appears' setlem Resolved, That the prompt.'and active lector i which he did not % .: V ,

:' Post Office Department to devise a remedy; fully serviceable. the probable expends' of i that from time to time Government has measu'rcs adopt ,in'the lat,'capture ol the thank. them:of Captain' Smart, for.pilotage Messrs. Gentry, of Tenn., Outlaw, of'N.

: for this evil, and they respectfully recommend the same, &c.Resolved In'dians found beyond their..boundaries, is of, the,steamer, (not being;mert enough, Cl,and Walsh, of Md., spoke at length, on
That the Marshal of the Townbe granted indemnity-$3,000 for timber and
facilitate.and'advance: the the side with Marshallrf .
that the present contract be declared to pre however. to.prevent her from going ashore,) same They spoke
authorized and empowered to remove other amounts for damages, making the sent ,peaceable negotiations with calmly, but firmly. These gentlemen declared
forfeited and be taken to the from the house built for the exclusive existing -and;of some .others- all .
L steps punish purpose sum of about $17,000. A further claim,-is the tribe for their final removal from the were rejected.The that heretofore when there was'a tare
contractors for their and wilful violation of .storing the Fire Engine, all such 'rr" V ., 'Cuban Expedition and the
there
gross made.. .Tbis.is sustained SJto'te. patriotic ritory,to.be admitted into the Union, :
u. of duty, and that in future no excuses wares, merchandise, traps and trappings, as by Mr..Malory y Resolved, Tai, from, positive information "FiJ. -bu ers" 'were' duly and forcibly was some excuse for Northern agitation
have been placed therein by but is opposed by other Senators; who be. ,
may persons i the Indians lately( but there but
we now was one question-the
captured noticed his 'Honor
I be received for a failure to deliver the mail .by the Judge, in'Jii.s
,
: unauthorized PO to do and that he be the
; requested lieve parties have. been amply compensate were from fifty to'sixty miles within l Fugitive Slave law-about which the South
upon trig route within the schedule time ; to keep it clear of the same. and moreover consider that injustice our' frontier; andy herefore, we.highly. ap charge to the ,Grand Jury, and: many bills : fell any solicitude. This was a law carry

the Grand Jury being oi opinion! that the Tbe Chair appointed, as the committee would be implied, the of prove of their being taken. V have ben found, in which::it'is conjectured fog out an express provision, 'of the Consti
prayer
facility with which plausible excuses for under the first resolution, Messrs.. S. D. i in granting of 'Resolved, That boMVgetlemen of the the'parties'implicated ,have a very' deep:interest tution, and,the'\V h igs of the':South nevef
the in the the de- .
,j failures, are manufactured Js l li tbf fruit(&' FERNANDEZ F. C. BARRETT, SAMUEL BurFIXGTON I applcnt Porter cdoc'in ; arbitrarily Oakahumka eting, who pr psed''giving j but a;these. bills :are; as' a. sealed would consent to act' brotherhood. with
having up Jarnagan to the borl. traitors who desired (o.teardown, the Con
i ,i cause of these failures. I I WILLIAM MOOXET, and CHARLES ees seized upon private' pr as air ties Capin' United' Sta1esrequested. V to book, their contents,, of course, are>not yet stitution. .

*The ''Grand Jury would further recommend : ES WAIL. in the'memorial. The.'pry t:claim come and take him. known. The Grand Jury did not fore-to Mr; Gentry.remarked tbat. he ,had beta

.1 r that the schedule time on this route be r On motion, it was Iced has been twice sanctioned by H u "do- ':'Resolved'That a copy of these resolutionsbe notice the;' mail steamers between SavannahandPicotatanor accused of undue partiality'to the North}
-
pI BO.altered as to give:a fixed hour for the Resolved .f:;1t a copf of these proceed ring! former. sessions,'but 'it: ter Been 'once forarded of to his"Excellency,,. 'the' Governor .: to.express, in forcible J lan- action but the and people be of now bis'State.declared had, with endorsed the same hit

; I arrival of \he mail"at Jacksonville, Pic lata, ings be furnished the .Republican and the referred by the Senate> "t the} Department' -j ? this'Stte., ; tbe "several "papers of the goage,;their,,;utter..disgust 'a.ti,he frequent kindly feelings towards.the North, that '6n<

and Pilatka on'the St John's, inasmuch as News, with a request tt 3t they publish the which reported against it t, and once also re-' State he requested to make these"resolutions, failures 'to deliver. in.'due ,tme the,:latest less that section- of the Union woold' give

same. public.V V. Signed.) : V news to anxiously-expecting citizens, some pledge that agitation should cease,and
tm malls by stage from those places have iected by the Sen te.- We bare
ret seen 7
The meeting thenadjourned tiii. .Friday *. a ARTHUR GLINN., ; Chairman. Mr. that the compromise'measures would continue
; fixed hours for and intendedto.connect 1 I postmastej at or near
:r-j departure, are in the V.V FithettforerII
no decision present 'A. CRANE':; Se V that the
evening next, the 23J instant, at baU-past( ,? stnc. 'y arrested to regarded as'a.s tflem at,
; 1't: ; the Savannah mail ; and o'clock. V ,- e, -: upon .suspicion of Whigsfaf,tni South"w 'uJcf not'go into' the

4,; for,the further' .reason that the entire difficltl.tie'slot J. H, H. BQURS? Chairman.F. Tit fCJUg Caucus.. a The XtavaX: Committee'* EVrorlte In 184VThe ting :from. the post ,office money which convention. The Whig parly'must be ,na
** ."- Vetrst Prospective,Candidate hIV was to have been tionalized it would exist.
supposed deposited therein cease to ,
z ;i :. thejiavigation on this line occur be- :
r. C. BARRETT, Sec'y.Tbe V i .of the proceedings of this 185J1.* Messrs. of Barker of fa
intelligence
iJ tireeu Savannah,and the month ef the St. .Te New, -N- though 'not for:his:!p ricuiar'- has Campbell', Ohio / *
the
&
letterlrom Thaddeus Stevens of Pena. and TrumaJ
,
Interest Claims.Ve in.tlP .
; been it
-r John's.' 'Ji 1! contn of'' the', Charleston discharged,becu' 'Wa not'ma the introduction of '
The
York'.HeraW, has ah"';important >caring on :.correspondent; Smith opposed any new
I; "The Grand Jury respectfully recommend \ learn, from the bectt authority, the the Presidential question'ahd5': ?610"'f Mercury]after reviewing J ,the action of tIe various t appear.: satisfactory to _the G, Jury issues' on the Whig platform. .The: old piSi'
r o-. -. .iiir ; l that some other had been fO'fIn' tained no such stipulations., to*
:b.; --- .-- **?'f s m<>-at .uponthis exact position and prospect .of the Interest t'4 and postmater' not
primary meetings
i'i? subject may be spread upon the minutesof Ulatute., TU*, C-r--.C..Lartr A( Washing. the adjourned meeting, whifV &t nave ,. convetions : .- V o. t J speculating. ,! .',with,his'neighbor's i. funds.The _. '/. South songht.to'engraft on it.: .,
been neia on Tuesday last, will be looked I DenioCriCj,1Writes :Finally, a'resolution was'carri d of adjournment
the Court and a copy forwarded to the ton, just on the eve of its 'late adjournment, to with intense interest. ..These late movements hav prodacd"strng a Court has adjourned, to V meet .againon j tiJt..Tuesday- k. '. '- .

Postmaster General at Washington City, decided against its jurisdiction! .of the appeal V How noble the' contrast of the" Southern ppr j'ieiotfIn i, the,:.minds.:'of,many the second Monday i inMa ;,when ,.Mr. Mangum gave noticCthat.U.bt V was

1 and, also copies to the'papers at St Augustine from the decision i of,Judge BROXSOX ;in their that.General CA ? mar;manage .yet to' get it"; is undelocltf a bing 'title chairman of the'adjourned meeiing.te should

Jacksonville, for publication. All favor; ,but it i considered,lather significant I Whigs in thus periling their partorg nomination at SfiJtimvWf anddefeat the under, glint( 'Duke.of. Alagori.will decide Mr. Marshall motion,as ,out of ot'

4 of'Which.is respectfully submitted. that no publication has been made' f-that : zation ,for ttje sake of a hopes ofthe Democracy 6g ail' ,4 sto ration -, be argued by der. They might select' soother chairffia'n ittbey'saw
: meek fellowship1, of southern self-styled to power under his auspjces, ,1;imppasible. adgeThompnoTaJb tit; but.be ,held that the meeting
?' -Signed. ''F. .!. QUINCY, Foreman. decision. We are informed that letter- has I. Democrats: in,conclave with'tli sethey but .' As MARSHALL of California. gW0; ':, see, and Cbals F.Mayer, Baitmorefol was-called for a specific:p rp se..the fix

T. J. HENDRICKS, Clerk. been received in St. Augustine froth-a, ;very jSuch"17m cally described it, if.be is the standard.bjeaV : the plaintifis, and, .by Gep.'W.'Call and Hon. big of'a'time and place for holding the National

j St. reliable source at Washington, s t.iDg'1bat yesterday,pretended to spurn .: er, tbe party will march with muffled drunis:, I DL. Yuleei. 'for the'defendadts.. 'The.,quetiofl Convention no resolution which,
Augustine, April 10th, 1852. .hope to profit by the attitudeVoftheseSouitern -- s riorder.
cro ; V did not beat dJ this
matter
in great disorder and, cut on was
i i: 11' >-' an old has been found 'rthc ,'reeord. 'confu8oo.toanothepgloriouseeat arises in,an action of insti.tuted' "
paper '
'. .Whigs-ay, by action of, theinen.wha : ; : ejetent .-; ., \ ," ,
> tb' *
ing the facfthat, !in 1793 .an'opinoaVWaS Tereds wit the Tie w of testingthe validity Mr Marshall\ 'that he, would as
I
idr; i.I, Geo.: R.'Fairbanks Clerk of the United. now ready,to seal,, their past nr ; forhim. in. theDemocratic : replied
-,' States District Com for the Norihern Dis- : given by the'Supreme CburU-in.a,case,precisely devotion:to r'he'njon'.by newexample:ofloyaity party outside'of, the little ,clique of the grant.Proceedings. 'Ton"f; &?"" soon ,have the fight upon o'the'question of order
rL ..; analogous ,to .that from' ,Florida-directly : of j spoilsmen aoiirep.ulerswho: are bis as the"maio question jMhe'y 'were Dot
tncf ofs Florida, do hereby certify the within : to the South. in'th.Iu4e assembled is exact
S contrary to the'one' now'made by the T managers of : ."Cntry, O..Ip.Hi to be dictated to to.what
I f to'be/a, true copy of Presentment filed in I '.The'people however ar(wUness.to the universal distrust, aDd'well aversion tires oftbe lal'e line, .they'should follow' 'll' was' ,meeting

i this Court. Court in reference to appeal ;._and, front this .'perhaps/when_ tn'e, boor 'of, : to the man and hit principle.1> '. idbe'&use' Bepfesentaiifes,,onllbe of, whigs,to decideupon the'Na oDal ,Convention
'
& fact it is thought.that, i in the.course of its trial i hri be'shown' have .V-,"Besdes this, an to and all the''questions bearing: upon
4; 'AVitnes9 my band/a'nd seal of said Court comes,: f ; they not 5th the'following resolution .some '
.. present e.itting-which: resumed ,on the him _and the other extreme Southern instnt the harmony'arid'.well \betngjof the. party
. Kt/St. Augustine, this 14th day of April,. 5th of the' present 'mobth- the'Court: will bee*.educed.,by,the hollow-:cry ef.Demo-. States,.:(independent,;of"hif, i Nicholson i:offered, byjMrrJackspn; ; of Ga:* could not be "our of'order. The 'nationalizijjon -

:f j: 1852.. GEO. B. FAIRBANKS Clerk V decision. We V also, learn. from, crack td disregard'principles dear t;them a letter, and othertreacberies; to,the;, outh was adopted : ",. V I :of the'whig party, wu. necessary nto

V reverse .its life; because inculcated'and maipljrdefende3by arises from.the fact .bis associations, Resolved, That werecognize the binding i its exttenc!, and that nationality:could 'only
.1 the same private source, that the,unanimous i FooTrCoBB.andwCo.are: : his be priitveJVbY.an agreement ,to [,abide
tt: !' V Tk Whlit Caac > owning} the name of, : partiaJtie. ( efficacy of the of the Constitution -i :
compromises
opinion of;the members of the is in -i* ! : Court I aies btleboler& and believe it to be the intention of the by the .> ,. .-,-
4 V Both of the iganiof the administration withbat: of BRONSOST agreement. ;: Judge Pr% ?Tez' ,, people generly;as we hereby,declare it.to
cpeak of the caucus held by its-friends on them, and of majorib'Sottthern ,4
3 favor of the' of the ,These theywoul4share thespoils be abide .The attitude:bt the great ,
: i; theTiight 'of'the 9thV. Various reports' are payment interest. :New.Orleans. t papers i.state) Texas victory, .The. >\Unlon .Co fmis.stok; mis ours, id YidaaI't.t 'laws sgebpr ,members was calm,. IJCIIJQ.
;LVl? V V made o( its proceedings, from.which! we can facts.warrant the belief .that the Court,will Whig 'and, "DemocraticState tai loD woujd rise. ent per cent, ; 'carry them-SutIOJ provision' for necessary the' delivery to there'is no doubt hat,,unless!uthe,.Compw

r'.( only gather}b nothing definite;was agreed finally take! up '-.-.the;appeal, and decide accordingly ,, n Rights'portion of the party would l get* of\, 'out.t' and the ,act.-of the mise lesolution is adopted,they will retire.
i'ltWems that it is''no easy'matter to V have both resolved to the.Compro.mise. tban .. ore im
upon, : to'ahe kick : fThe: J"ttr might,, that The events o1Vtcigbyriltbave; ,; :
en''.. arrange a platform'on which 'the. !friends of V ? V measures 'The' Convention as.copprs.i : aid. in his i lasLCongrea.foi ;purpose-included-Hand the. ,
We'J perceive, by'the Congressional r proeedin1eibaton IVhig'; ( per favort;( ; .WI deprecate:all' further-agitation: : poitani bearing upon, ,approactiog!; V
fjjt Mr: Seward'and lbose'of Messrs' Fillmoreand passed resolntibhs, 1 complimentary! ;'to,.Mr.. electionbut they, ', ;nothing by .of Questions'growing'oat'of"that 'provision; test;! : V
the Mr. Moa
\\rebster -OJI .j.tey'm infer 8th instant their.motion,but .
mayco y. ; neglect -and seifrcontemptafter of the '
embraced in
FILLMORE, and the Democratic have /,deter-, questions : the acts of the
1bi;' ; boweverj that the prospect is,not hopeless TOM'presented; memorial: JOSEPH M.ERNARDtz : it was over. Such a coalition as tbatbetweeQ :l last'Congress-Inowa: the Late Constantinople .
as '
J 'otrierwise; adjournmeut '(' the minedto support, the nominee,.of the: Baltimore t i- the'iCassites t i ,, the .Southern : Compromise, : .V. : ; .
j i in.behalf o .the Interest t.claimants andjof! vqaestipns Jifenerally. connected ,. f -; ,. ?,
-
t' ., caucus pntirTuesday week next would not ; : Convention VV Rights men would be monstrous and .wit --Extract from-'.letter SciotoOhio)
asuntenable ,
:
asking i 't aihpfjze"an. 4 ,' thei institution:.of slavery, as. ; to,the
Congress to.;> ; appeal a -unnecessary
b' ,e' been,voted fin the meantime, ;the ,, any. of as the I and c
00 dated V
tf IW; opinioii.becomes'stronger that the southern tothe, ,Supreme:,Court, or, t make suit Cnban: -':Trials- In :New>Torlc.;- ;a Massachusetts coa'itioo. ,;.Junder prcipl.ouN.be usle. dangerous. '' V I'" :: ,< Gasgttej. "C'n .. .;: ,V,' 1 VcosThYrINorIl ,

LI : whigs; xriirbavd to succu'mb to the superior' ableprviao'.fo:the settlement 'of-their -'' the sole cohesive;power,spois. > 'f1is'reSllti ui..; wu'decie; in..jlie.d'affirm' ". ,;; ,:Tuuzy; J Y.b."151S

: tact aha inanagement'bf the higher-law, ,: ... __ : The trial, which has for a long ,time been mbn:object t and .n.a 1 8rbleJ is.easy 'j ji1'.., .: ; :. \-* -..? There ara.still 4 Bumbet otHrianrefugees

'r ? who; Is''understood' .are willmg.'lhat Gen.KtMk .' V pending InfNe wrYort, of Johi II O'Sulliyan. to,.foresee, ; ;9l\beJae., >would, .,!'. Hillyer, also ,of.,Georgia! :ofiered,, as .here,.;Tb y'alhfeel; ,anriaterestrain -
At.St..Lous occurred
I b ld'sigrr l letters defining'his.posipitvided a great riot be. !bow ; aotift-
; ,1 and Lewis ban been > .the fate OfM.KO$5Qth.V1
Capt. roughtto.eJ9se CalculauJg. (l.th an'amendmenV the : : [
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V V V (; t/ 'Tt'is contended ty"/some:|hat'Gpneril.Scbti -V the German*'ihd the friends ro'of ; %>."'Wi.. "- -Hi. if-' '. 'w&iapinst"fn gponiog,the t. ,nt thejtTiss1oizor ;! qRq9veVcf, hai J: rl ;J( \ jniEogland and,the United,State*penetrates

I :; !s M good a whig'tbat/itVdegrad-/ the V .euccessful/.caadidate.s; Jr iiie'MiuVe ofwbichtheermansredontber9wd r.p w r". :: ,, VV V : ., "l acquiescence, culsbpresentcii duriugjhersCsessionofVth' ; pu into Hu.ngary.rand that be is as mnch'

I, in 'tb'hiiir'cbaracter. to": suppose. a caw In, ] ; ..reije"tno! \th :3. ., to,tb'1 re.uuied.Demociacs;and V all/bej t-ngr k OWf.a. .. mprml! .,a" admired and,.lookedup .tp;as the leader l ithe'des

'biWit4vouUbeprojier to have explahaUonsfrbm ; HI' i.'me : ;, !at-;'nine il cki cUed,on toovowbefore: thinx:.as/the. regarded a adjus cut andae'ma. ; Qies,orb!.eou try, n4 coontrymeQia .
t V him'/ Such friends say that Viseampaigh ing..sixtandiwounding'otnerB.uiTbe t : .crowdthen .ane PjI : Up.ginlrn inferrol teias'to'ihjir V the'Clerk' pagon Cof Jbe'party4W | ,er'SgpJberqa nent eefl.eniept l of tbequ>stS3ns thereinVm* h ever vu. rTb *JHaoigarianrl H nieJwrhci

in Mexico !is'jen'oj'gh V Therejarebilersvhpwerer :; attacked and :ilfmolfebed several 'Ger. t ); } ,:plastic! as.jt 'S5.J.,bej!stretch rated, ad ehoqid! btnsiutam ; ;, j r ,cObrawtM emismyiauWideiJi.1"senijaAleppo
,V hot M easily. a.tis6.ed.and ;boosesThe: 'military'fiDally'reitoredorder jer i ic 1ih i orenVan''fepTie4jhjitthey ;]| f.d>totbatpointwitbont ; g':sbprt nod'Therelea cqedasoch. > D havinftprese4ad
man "f." 'wr.e !
V who,i '*jiibenivethOt" the experiment V V VV- ? VL2 I >: OV )l if' V : jud,nof jbeeh J"ableto: ;agree,'and'That Ih,a, ltimo e. oneoiiiipius., i ; 8oWi Tb.Sr .I fi f V 1' \:! lire,tqto IayVdeVtbeirIIamsnaud proce1IrVtheV '

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olii-oVi Richmond 't b t eircuin ft tance; ; aMbe ith ronna lr /i'o't iral
; ; :) perhaps mtn; .pertinactty wbjch.Gen :uej i ) \ltete.ilGl1)i_ t itICkmj iLls, '!
: will of Itself tave' a conciliatory 1Iq1l3e dated, Baltimore,7th' 'i lnstantmefl2onth4yi i ;; (ateofcircums'tancesl, .. j is pushe bltaolaimpjpze j' V 't il' )i wvi ': ::
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us 'WII4eZ 'IQ di. *.wltb any vnttea, from \ ) m'ur ,
pen been -wrecke4i the tfean\i ol the CouWfo'rfteiril ,p. J\t.P: : ) .refugees aMKamyjeb t. a:
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r miles S. E::6f Bostonand'the crew atleot attention daring:the of the ; C41 Vf' ; jU .i'ti Ta; & J stoat f
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: Books suited Jar Sit JMfoni of Readers I 1ST OF.'LETTERS renudnint'to Port '

; On April 1852 at in the; United Stalest L'852. ,Office, at Jacksonville- ; Fla,, 1arch,Slit- :IitIfLti: : i L:: iiVme-. -... Female.... ,' .ai... .t te. .$100,000withibeireoatenU( ; SAVJI1II
,1ft
of Capt. A. 3iswti.of this county CJ L [BIS ISaTTCTmojr having heea ia. neeeafal -
Martin '
residence Henry 01av .
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the LIREtPErtTR1': :
Putnam's Semi-Monthly library operation, Cor'more than two Ul'n.te\er
ReT. W.D. HARLOW, Mr. P. !MOODY Adam..William 3. Miller, W S a' Jean
iy the o. atHllnkt Moon PLoflmA : bereafterbS an4cg the joint control of A': &rc.t; NeT T0vt. ""nree Storei P.nd theIr
,Chesterfield JACIOl
to Miss MARY L. PILES aHof Dnval co, E. STANDARD. AND ATTRACTIVE WORKS -B ," Minor,! N .' nVF..BRow.ir' ( P; WART'AND Kfift.'M.MARLOWi DteD deative4.. before..I

fla __ Far, ,Travellers and Oa Fireside., 'fandsi Job. Moore Charles C -OCO--, t: J *.MAILOW ha*.lately beea connected vita .*- Icu'. ..!- AZ, ; I.I'.t1"
Jell,John McLane Jams S nnHEJL. of the mod popular Aeademier at OreenvQle. '! '
Pauenger rinHE distinctive characteristics of'this Series I' BecksBa7&n KBurney teaching has ., sad bring with her the highest testimo- ELEVEN SAFES or c1irereata easssa4,
Per rteamer Florida, from Charleston via Sa- A- are a L-A regular periodical issue, maila- ,Many Nichols James exru i C1e of her character aad tncoese a Tueher, !, The Safe saade by Rickfit
Tanaah April 15.-Mrs.helm and S children C. ble like the Magazine 11._Good paper, good Bush,1aaao 0 invites the public i thi p&Its alerhJ. &_-refers to CoL.. ftAUow.u, JrIr. Ca.defied the same*and Drought oat lu eoaUauwithoat

W. Whiting and Lady, J. Santo and Lady,C. print," and portable form both for the Travel C' Ofileshy, Lewis It will be his constant. && ** .. BfTENHA, of this place. a mark of fir* vpea tbta! -- ma "
P. shier & Herbert F.F Bangs, A C Smith ler' pocket, aai to bind for the Library. HI.- Caldwell K A .. ? f friendship and esteem of his.lot and to : SwAjrr tender her thanks to her friend 'MB '6lt tlT'S '.J."I'd'f.t
A. Burleion, S. Book that are worth and worth Yemeni & Goiham Patrick Thomas ., .. 't "
G. W. Anders and 6 servants D. reading preserving. 4 those principles which tend to develop the tht public keneraH/for the liberal patxeaa .t. "
Hubbard J. D. McKinley. IV.-A large amount of reading tor a email Collin.TR Porter,JohnSChristopher intellect and to rle1le heart. received cad respectfully inform.tbsU TH* me.15 JXtlCBIK iXD,u. ..,T* -
price Fran. C Palmer, Hiram C 2 Without e l sectarian,the by the recently formed- aerodatioawith .
Florida Consignee, from Charleston via S&. The publisher proposes,in this series to try the Cameron,Jacob,. Philips, David tate win be conducted on religions principle Marlow;which oeg Jnto-operation oa the Nitt Tali, De .20, 1351.-:.
'f'aADab-Per rteamer eUechaae t Fine au Fernandez, Bis- experiment of giving goodBooks at a wr lot pnt't U. Prevatt, Thomas J By a mott thorough system of reviews of Mardi, an additional-number of papUa can 'Mestrt. Sinus sit flivn.Meensen U C.

t Co 3.E.Towuend, T. G. Myer KelleyfcCaprouT -so low a price, indeed that avery large sale Da'f'is Jh % Parker Frances M aminations,which experience hu into-the rftitrtution to whom a faith' RICH ft Cou,Aifc 148 Wfcter Street,JTew YerkvBus. -.
& J.anW only can make it remunerative. [Xragherty.'Wm-M Prentis;James W PHhcipaUatters himself that Knowledge eoaseientious discharge of, be '
A. M. Reed Crorpo P anoT' duty .will .when the fire wn* consuming fey laos af
,E. L. Harrison fc Co., It. Hogms & Co. i The/orw the size oftkt type the quality the Dukes,ThomasPrentice, Augustus acquired cannot be lost' aD given by bath the teacher Bejines ;No. 21I.Pnrl S ietTlvi* Uieat fa
g
paper, and the character of the works themselves, Diago Henry R Great Inducements are offered.-in the MAKLOW will devote particular attention ; Beasalaer County listing a
House. are such as are calculated to be acceptable to th6se i Dorman, Paul ,RandaD, Thomas 2 :, hetitn add beauty of situation...to parent French Department, I* weffi*to-the usual connection with new EicelstoV cleaning ThrtabVr ana.ratuia *
the
Arrival at BnOlnglon who in search of entertainment Dalton, Hero Randall, S T to send their children from my ,
either at home : lag home, as no ctndies.. ; and did not read the account matU wjisftarfml
it
or abroad,win prefer a readable and.legibly printed E. RnnneTl John2Ecker will be spared' in providing lor their Ttrnu freeL was too late to beaks which wen
6. BCrHKCTON, PROPRIETOR.April Library book, to a email-type,double-column. Mrs W B Robertson, Robert enjoyment, ." .- .per quarter of tint* in OM of ov..reli 1a\1111 purchased frot Jfr.someyeanat Uted
temporary pamphlet. V .,.Rollins Robbed The discipline will he inflexible;though' & ,.'rftdin,;writing, and' Ian Marsi
12. W. A. Wflliams Fla. In the selection of Books for the series,it is intended Fisher, DrN A Ran tin, John D and persuasive. arithmetic .. -_-. -._ '-; -' *fi8' found ttMoesean> Jtfy were, act aDa Hrhm .

Aug. Shley Md. Major John Beard; to combine amusement with utility:- Panel, JantesFllnton Rantin, J 1 The course of instruction includes the ,geography,and history I'; fr 00 Crotoa, Water 40honn upon before m ntara 1 WM k tnableV aptly th"*

ipnt 13. TaUahassee. Standard and Original Book of TRAVELS HIsTORY.J3lOCU..PHY. .om Roberta, Ee' ches of a thorough finished .English- higher tranche of the' III.T commence operation after whkh ft tMdrW' '
&
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s. McCall Geo. Miss Beard, do. DOMESTIC ECONOMY, and SoCIAL Rice, Hen and a foil preparation for any College class. & j. 6 00 Hours of labor and application to nte! W'Salamander
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for
Wm R 2 W & charge instruction ia the French' ;
do. PHILOSOPHY, chosen with reference to an Crumley, ,
It. Taug' ENGLISH STUDIES from Us ashy bed Y. Judge ef.
pri1 u. April 18.Cnpt attrattivepithy,and entertaining of writing Grantland, Seaton RnsseH, PBtb'ver afid drawing.-; : '. anxiety this and.easy. ] y .
Orthography Reading Pnmau5b1p musical department durlpg delay y egma twprise
; of Institution
; this is ;
8"
Talla'ee.April R. H. Teese well for their alnlit and Green, Samuel ,
J. T. Myrick. as as autl.tftticily-these Graham Abrief B raphy;Grammar;.Geography; Ancient and the charge of Mrs BaT K, an accomplish. upon opening the safe ia the'preitM ef .
15. PhiladelpLia.R. will be with humorous ,
lighter and
interspersed
'hom number of ,
gentlemen to lad bookt and
era History; Rhetoric; Book-Keeping performer on the Harp Piano my p.
O L. Smith, Macon. K.Brown, Baltim'e. works such as those of the inimitable HOOD, Gordon, Stanley, Francis ; Forte and Gni-
A tion and Declamation the Bible penla'fed.-lRld'd legible M tbey.we.
the yrevieut
Botany from *
Pupils be
Smith John ; ; ; country can accommo
Col.George W. Call, BiehopF.ll. Rntledge, whose cheerful philosophy andtrne humanity are Od,1ebgnile' the Ire. .The iatenee heat to which the Safe
Music Drawing.
Florida. ( .' ,'.' .. With board ,respectable families,from WM
Tallahassee. remarkable his and ,_. ,
as as genuine mirthmovingwit. Sweager,1& to *15 ermonth. subjected can he conjectured from the eoaditie
S. Walker. St Aug'e. E. R. Ins, Alligator. lull, Thom 8 SCIENTIFIC COURSE. Feb.26-tF of another safe,fnot ft Salamander of which
Apnl 16. A. Wright, do. Humphries, Alex Sidbery, John IntelTettnaU Moral and Natural c .' iron skeleton frame ftI-Hmaiaed and M
,
Price 25 Cents Volume or $5 Annum note ves
A. C. Smith N. C. per ; per H&n. W Sidbery James Astronomy Chemistry;Logic; Geology. tige of a book...'They were eempaatau; ia,tha
t c.P. Sheir Char1!!t'n. .April 19. if paid in advance. H Joel Sanchez, Grace MATHEMATICAL COURSE. and Florida Line sums office,oa the second I.o;from which they

I G. W. Clinch, Geo. A. Pool, Newark,N.J. Thus giving TWENTY-F'OCH VOLTDIES for $5-4he MatildaHdrrell Suerl John Arithmetic; Algebra;' Geometry; fell upon crates of cartheM ware ih the eeQar the
G. King Florida J. H. Bronson, usual pricb of which would be about $15. Eliza A H try Surveying Mensuration Analytical The Splendid Hew Faeket-eteamer ruined safe upon the SalamanaSfV: their-pod.
April 17. 't.Augustine.E. *?* Postage under 500 miles, 5 cents ; over 500 Hewing, Cupid Snares, SwannaHopkins ;; Differential; and Integral; Calculus. FLORIDA tion had been*re versed,- set ev J' E. It. Gilcriet P. T..Babrit, and under 1500, 15 cents; over 1500 and under John PHenrick Smith, Church 'f- etry ._ would have remained.. Jtfy lose ,,4vtor the'insaranceisHJOO.yetthfeskltaiiiJn -
M.1
TallahasseeConaerratloii Starr, Daniel 4 CLASSICAL COURSE. 11.. COXETTERCOMMANDE1L1
Panama Jlills. .
L 2500, 15 cents. 8ue of. m> tebTtsfa
Hartridge SmithOL2Tiaon. Latin; Greek; German; Fre th.--- tile your halainander, with the l&aUtn ef
l li Die First Volume now Read;. now running regularly on rep
r or St. Jobii Church. Hamilton, J L ._ ., A course of Lectures will be delivered Is Line between Charleston, 'Savannah $100,000, and important ..document w" -tBHld
HOME AND SOCIAL PHILOSOPHY. From the Hawkins, E R .John the Ch"D not be duplicated, has fully
year upon Philosophy and istry. ,*and the St. John' river. eompeneated ioe.. .
i On this day, Thursday:April 22,)at 11 o'clock inimitable Household Words." Edited by Hoke & Abernetby TuerJame H' School will be'furnished with a new set of following schedule has been adopted which It win afford me great pleasure to t exhibit.{.'IN

P. M., St. John's (Episcopal) Church will be Charles Dickens. Price 25 cents. Hendrick & Nesbit Thom 2 ratus, and will afford ample opportunities ( the hour of arrival and departure. at the Dew safe ptirchai df yJm,and explain IU merits:
and service of Al- following will be among the earlier Numbers: I Taylor, Ephraim 2 coming acquainted with Science and the US ports i at my present mce.No.251 Pearl street vrberel
consecrated to the worship Johnson, Za'ei .Tefror operation of ita laws. shall remain until the new building. ,No.216 it _
I mighty God, by the R"t. Rev. Bp. RCTLEDQE, D. COPY RIGHT WORKS. Johnson: Tuverin, William V The Academic year will be divided Charleston er .Tuesday at o'clock x. erected.. Y art'respectfully i ._' '
I D., assisted by several other clergymen. The IDA PFEIFFER'S JOCRNET TO ICELAND. Trans Jones, Nancy L 2 Tier, DVd quarters of eleven weeks each. Students Satannah every Wednesday at 4" "" p.x. JOIDB G..hti. til
lated for Jacksonville
expressly this scries byMiss Cooper. L every Thursday at 10 A. K.

f citizens generally_'_ are invited_- to-attend._ WALKS AND TALKS OF AN AME'B. CAN FARMER LoW W Tyne, JohriWheeler ter be charged alter the only commencement from the time of dftheir any Picolata every Thursday 2 P. X. other The undersigned interested in invite the preservation country merchant of their bdbU aad
t : == Ci == = W .
IN ENGLAND. By Fred.L.Olmsted. With Wood-i Leptin, Alexander I
tiftrmsnio from fire, but
those
TERMS [ particularly having Rklrt .
i {Ear DlmeasesDenfues. Kadlrally cuts of F&rm-Houses, Cottages,&o. A Narrative t Lloyd, James Delia H -- Palatka at 7 safes in to call at the
Board and TuitibH including lights, [fti eKEry Friday, "i. M use] depot 146 Water itreefc
t CarK.-Dr. LE BKUXN offers to those suffer of an actual Tour foot in England American "Washburn,Joseph
on ,by an
LnzitAlexde washing, per Session bfflve months, $ Picolata every Friday, at 10 A.x; New York, to ee the interior of Mr. Gilbert'
ing from Deafness, his infallible AURAL REMEDIES Farmer. 11 WManning Willie, William German or French extra, JacksonriHe every Friday,at 3 p. x. safe with the book undisturbed,which he'hM

i which have been successful in nearly THE WORLD HERE AND THERE ; or.Traveller' Lane, Jesse M Walker Williams; Scipio H J S Music (including use of Piano) Savannah every Saturday,' at 9 "'4; ax. kindly permitted to remain for the satisfaction'
Notes. Household Words." Edited by and gratification of the public. -
I THESE THOUSAND CASES of confirmed Deafness. Charles Dickens. Daniel A Williams, M A I Painting Fancy Drawing in Water Colors- -- -. ;- The.florida has been built.under the special CO Order. for Burglar Proof Vaults, and Vault

These remedies have been pronounced by Dr. HOME NARRATIVES ; or, Stories from House Manning, Daniel Woodhull, Marcey Oil of Capt. Coxetter;Dd. her speed Doors, promptly and faithfully executed. .
Mellichamp, E H Wixley, Z K B accommodations for pa engers are unsur
; Kramer of Beilin, Itard and Dclcau, of Paris, hold Words." Edited by Charles Dickens. Marry Including Instructions in Perspective by any boat ever placed on the St.John's. STEARNS fcilARVTN.-
; RapheI Successor .
to Rich tt
I and Curtis Pilcher Yearsby of London, as the TABLE-TALK BOOKS MEN MANNERS. Initial ture. and low other line. .
OK AND Murphy; ; in advance. passage as as by any 146 Water street; and corner Avenue A and Str
(Payable quarterly, )
; most wonderful and effectual ever applied for diseases HUMOROUS SERIES. McDowell J farther information can be obtained by ap Marks Place, New York __ .
McDonald, James L M FOR DAY STUDENTS. to-either of the undersigned agents.J .' Owners the ?
MIl of
i of the internal and middle ear. They Thomas Hood's Works, with numerous Illustration Persons applying for in the above list English Studies and Mathematics, W. CALDWELL, Charkston.E. for the whole of.the exclusive United right State of Rich's Patent

comprise three different courses for the various *: will say they are advertised, or they_may not get Including the Scientific Course, W.BUKER, Savannah.BELLECHASSE maker of Salamander safe *, and theonly'
: diseases that effect the external middle, and Internal WHIMSICALITIES. One volume. them. MAR BUTS, Latin and Greek, & F1NNEGAN, commonly called lti u's combining safe WJLDu'both patents .-

: ear. If the disease is confined to the external HOOD'S OWN. A further selection, with Comic Jacksonville, April 1, .- (Payable quarterly advance.) J a.r on rille. Salamander Safes,with Rich': Improvement.-,or -
ear, their affects are apparent on the fifthor Illustrations. One volume. A liberal deduction will be made for ILR.R41DPaiatks.March3h3tn Feb.5, lS-&l, r-x

sixth day. Dr. LE B. arrant a cure in every WHIMS AND ODDITIES. One volume. the Primary studies. Address ,...- ,- .
calC, where the year is perfect in its formation.lie UP THE RHINE. By Thomas Hood. With ICE ICE ICE Lf,;. .F 4

has eighteen certificates from those who had comic illustrations. One volume. References: Astonishing Intelligence! Groceries !GroceriesM! 1,1'! p,*
been deaf from infancy whose hearing is now TONS superior quality,just received
completely restored, aud who are now enabled to ap22-tf 13 from Boston,and for sale FOR CASH Rev.Hon.COREY WILLABD HALL Rev. S.H.R;B. N The, Cash System Adopted! JUST RECEIVED$ Per Scb'r'.direct

learn the language. Over twenty-ten hundred To Persons out Employment ONLY.For WilmingtonDel.CHAMBERS.. Dr. Mn.LEK Capt. T the new GROCERY and :PROVISION NOT.York,a fun and well selected-
: cotes of Deafness have been successful healtif by the convenience of families and others wishing ; sortment .GROCERIES adapted expressly for
T. Dover
I lage. Del Rev. BRADFORD, Del. STORE, of the Subscriber, in the city of
; him. Certificates to that effect may be seen onapplication. to supply themselves regularly, ; family u.consisting in part of s New York City
t American Gift Books for 1852. tickt w J. .. Rockwell, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Hon. !! cured

I, Patients by sending a few particulars of their To Clergymen, Postmasters, Teachers of Sabbath -:i scriber.be provided, which may b obtained mUTt THEO.Dr. A.HYATT E. BUDD Rev., Medford THOS. N. J. VINeJ and elegant just Stock received of and Goods opened, selected my large with Pork,Hams Fulton Shoulder Market.Beef ind.B.Pickled SideOlew and Smoked

case, can have remedies sent to any port. Terms: Scliools Book Assents Students Orders from the country carefully and promptly er$- CANNz. Beef Tongue, Smoked Selmon and Beff Bblbgne
A. MANSFIELD, Wilminoton,DeL; L. s reference to the demands of this Market.
Five dollars consultation fee; ten dollars when attended to.CHonn. Sausages, Makerel Codfish Irish P6t o YSi-
II and Head of Families. Mass. 27 take pleasure in informing the citizens of this
Andover, nov ,
the hearing is restored to its original aa ent for town delivery from 7 to 8, A. M., surrounding country/that they are now gar Lemon Boston, Soda-and .Abernetiry Biscuits :
H.-lJr.LE BR UNN'S"Treatise on the Ear EMPLOYMENT.SEARS' Ic House will not be opened at any dy for sale, at remarkably low rates for CA SH ; Smoked Herrings Goehen Batter, Leaf
i. and it.D ttuu, and Treatment of the Deaf and AMERICAN PICTORIAL BOOK i other time. J. H. H. BOURS, Agent. GEORGE, SMITH & An enumeration of the multitudinous arti- Lard Catsups, Preserves and Pickle,Dried and
Dumb,"-translated from the French Price one Jacksonville, April 8,1852. AND Green Apple,Dried Peaches a.choice eetocticb
\ to 181 William -I I AUCTIONEERLVG with which my Store lItrpp\ed.is deemed
dollar. street New York. MERCHANTS, suffice it to that I have and asBortment.of Stuart' Refined Candies ttt.
(near Spruce,) I : say, every-
Dr. LE BRUNN Union New I Th would also
Address Square undersigned respectfully infornt
I (save dry goods) desired in the Way of
York. apl22.lmi BOOK AGENTS WANTED. I JACKSONVILLE, FLA.T1HE mpt. .. H..T. TITUS.JacksonvUle his old customers and the public m 'general'thai'
i The subscriber publishes a large number of II II I Fla., Feb. 19, &.-. he ha on hand in addition to the above,
most valuable books, very popular, and of such a SUBSCRIBERS have entered
ATULD (AND BY HIMSELF CAREFULLY
MARINE NEWai. moral and religious influence that while good.I .1. for the of
partnership
puepose SELECTED) STOCK OF DR.t GOODS
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men may safely engage in their circulation they I the above business, and are prepared to .L. TFAiUISON- -& CO.
PORT OF JACKSONVILLE.Arrived. will confer a public benefit, and receive a fair sales either oa consignment or auction, ON.BAY STREET FRONTING LED- of almost every quality, and name,suited for-the

compensation tor their labor. the firm being auctioneer..) Both of XVTTH'S BRIdK BUILDING. SOUTHERN MARKET..
To young men of enterprise and tact, this business with the merchants '
are .
April 17 Brig Matamoras, WasS, Aew York welFacquanted JACKSONVILLE; PLORJD.I.c His stock consist of a well selected aoortttmt
offers for
an opportunity profitable employ which them the
.. zeDS of the interior gives .. .
M -: of Staple, Dry and Fancy Goods
Sen Amanda Clifford, Ball New York. Reajy. Made
,
ment seldom to be met with. 1 here is not a tage of making ready sales of any goode
19. Sch ::Siam Durham, New York.Cleared town in the Union where a right honest and well chandize which be sent to them on : | SUBSCRIBERS respectfully inform Clothing cutlery Hardware, together with Croet -
disposed person can fail selling from 50 to 100 volumes ment. may .- their friends aid.acquaintance' that they ery,, :ware,Boots and Shoe,Hat*and Cape
established themselves in the 1itilEi in short
Saddler of Goods
April 14 Sch Dolphin, Lord. Portland. according to the populotion. They will give their attention to ; every.variety 'unaUy
.. in this place, aDd'are now receiving and kept ia a Dry Goods Store..
M Sch Gen Worth, Phelps Philadelphia. Just Pvblislad-an important National Oaks and immediate sales. .They would ng at the stand above named; a full assort -
Sch Alexander M, Perry, Essex. Work/ Cavi licit patronage from merchants and. "t"'l consisting of Dry.Goods-- Fancy! Articles, All kind country produce taken ia exchang

16 Brig Susan Ludwig, Hastings, NY. ad lIchinest. other cities, who wish to sell goods in our Hardware Boots, Shoes, Hats Caps for Goods at the highest. ,market. price*
19 Brig Lafayette, Clifford, New York. A new and revised edition o'f our Pictorial Description Any business in their, line will be Jte.&e. with .variety of goods : -
29 Sch Denmark, McCobb, A'ew York. of the United States, for 1852 enlargedand HAS permanently tendedto. every '" AH the Goods will he sold apoa very reawaahl.
improved, corrected by the last census with re,E.F._ He i prepared do .all workin GEORGE H. \ kept in a Dry Goods'Store Which terms. Customers would do well to eaH. -tz"amiae
the both ; .and .offer for sale as cheap as they can be I
full descriptions and illustration of the Gold Regions Gunsith i Repairing JOHN W for themselves before purchasing elsewhere
of Rl- establishment in the Southern
He has at
State of Florida, County of Dnval &. &c.; 700 pages large octavo. J ManuaotDring. process irvrancas.-A M Reed. Fernandez any he being fall assured that none win ri away aa>
I far the their entire stock having been selected
surpasses mtod. ; suited a*rda the d* bet tho-priee*'aaked
Pictorial of China 1
Sarah A. Falana Description and India 600 i & Co. R Boulter & Co Samuel Willams
Those wishing can have them : one of the firm, with much care and attention for them, MORRIS KEI .
incidents of the Wan of i I De "'
vs. V pages; and Thrilling the All Machinery and entrusted t & Bonn, Jacksonville; Boshra & Gunby, with a view particularly to this market they ..CornerOoeankBaySt.Jaclsonville .
Joseph Falana. ) United Stately 600 pages-retail' price $2 50 per ere will rite prompt attention. roche. E M Moore &CojSeaborn themselves that they will be enabled to ,'Nor- ; 1851. tf.6olmnlla.CouiitjTaiC6ilectoriSale.,

BILL FOR DIVORCE. volume.The Remarkable Adventures of Celebrated b hops by close application t business to merit a vannah.' Jan. 15, 1852 tf.in entire,satisfaction to all who may favor theist ., ;- _._ :4 _
of their both to the and
public patronage. patronage, a* price
TT appearing to the Court by affidavit, that Persons beautifully illustrated with engravings.One Jacksonville, Nov. 13, 1831.tt Goods New Goods of their oda. _
M. Joseph Falana, defendant to the abovestatedBill volume 400 page royal octavo. Cloth gUt. .' ;Tbe .StrtwCriFert will be' instantly 'r t1- ;
resides beyond the jurisdiction of tut* Court, Retail price fl 25. To .IEi".At Wholesale and such addition to their Stock a* the state. of virtue of authority Tested la me by law 1
and out of the State of Florida, but within the Owe publication are too numerous to be described BY
DRbt from New c market iuai' require, .and having made ar- expose foV sale iD.front of the CourtHouse
United States, IT is ORDECEO, that publicationbe in an advertisement. i .pothcrie, Pefuer8 Pa lusT RECEIVED, direct Fashionable menta in Ni-x York, orders'can be supplied door of Columbia County,Qthe first Moa--
tP of
made in some newspaper once a week for the Any person wishing to embark in the enterprise I and Dealers in Large Assortment the shortest possible notice.Hides' day rf June, 1852 fblWwia/ described tractor
of Three Moathe said defendantto wiU risk little to the for 'eJ Fac. Dress Goods, of French.British, and, "
space requiring by sending publisher 3, Toilet Articles. Tallow, Beeswax,rfntf Biick J3brW*,wffl parcel of land situated in taidecter/the
appear plead to, or answer said Bill of Complaint which he will receive sample copies of the various Fancy Manufacture,comprising in part- received in exchange for goods. ._ Snwaanee river,near Livingston,Ferry;oil said
-
Monday, the second day of August ensuing works at wholesale prices carefully boxed, inured THE ADVISER, or,Com French oil cord Ginghams American Friends and customers are respectfully solicited river containing 400 acre, owned by.Amo Bin-
the date hereof, or the said Bill will be taken and directed affording a very liberal per pndium of over One Hundred Rip for French;Enrli-h, and American call and examine this stock before pniehasing nay or heir, for taxes due the State and county
pro confeao against him, and such further centage to the Agent for his trouble. With these the' Dgg Apothecaries. lera. Furniture, Chintz Fig'd'and Plain ,E.L. HARRISON for the year 1851 State and eoknty tax t9 SO."
order given in the premises as to the Court may he will soon be able to ascertain the most sale Medicine Factors, aiudMuslins, 'J.P.SANDERSON. A ..T. W&1GItT..5

seem meet. able and order accordingly. Dealer in Toilet and Fancy Article*. Edited by Do. Jaexonets, Plain. 'and.Fig'd September 11S51., tf._. Sheriff Ex,offldo, ,.Tax Cter.
THOMAS DOUGLAS We solicit orders from the trade, teachers, and HORACE EvF Graduate and Member of the line, AHigaiorSDtJMONTH3,- Dee.13 1851,' u '- > ..
Judge, &0.. &c. school commit tees-for books,to whom we furnish College Pharmacy in the city of.New-York. Cambrics and ackoneff,plain and SELLING OFF "- -' -. -_.' -
STATE OP FLORIDA > our own publication, and- those of all the prib- Also-=The celebrated Recipe of Professor '''Berazea Silk-Tissues very-. "rich -! "
County of DnvaL'J : fishers of the country on the most liberal terms. lard, for making good Soap at one cent per .n ? terns: : *Sioclc&i ttedneedPricesj -S.. .. Ue .. :.

:1, ISADORE V. GAE.XIE Clerk of the Circuit Country merchants can.procure subscriber to that will wash better and quicke without labor, Wide.Black Silk very eheap'Yar; FOR. CASH, ,WILL! : after date Twih preeeaf my.
Court of the Eastern Circuit of Florida for Dual and sell-Star Pictorial.Works,"make a handsome than any other Soap ever manufactured. T and Florence Silks of every "- voucher to the Hon. Court ef
county do hereby certify that the above Order i* profit, and sustain no loss. I. alone i* worth fy tIme the price of the bk t Crape Shawls'plain and embroidered G. W Barton Probate of Hamilton county,;and ask to >e dIscharged -
a true and correct copy of the original now on file Persons wishing to enga e in their sale will receive any family. agent .Paris Kid Gloves Black and, ool'd I from the administration of the estate ATSusannah
in office. promptly by mail a Circular containing full United States and "Do.:.ilk and Lisle Gloves WOULD respectfully inform the Citizens of Lowe,late of Hamilton eoanfy,d.ciad:
my Can .
Lind Polka Gaiters Ue and the that he i .
In WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set particulars, with"Directions to Persons disposedto W. LANDOD, Jenny vicinity eeL. : : '
hand and affixed the Seal of said Court, this 19th my act a* Agents:' together with the terms on .' 100 NUSu-tt N. Y. Bronze-tipped Bootees. Opera Gaiters selling off hi*present toek of.Fall aad Win- ,jo IN.W. .LO ;.

day of April, A.D. 1852. apl. 22 which they will be furnished by addressing the .Price,5:nt Post enclosedto Single Ties, Buskins Slippers, :.' Dry.GOocll at aseeediagty low price Ur make -, jj- ,AclllliaWrdeti
subscriber, post paid. that pay for one copy, which will .The most approved styles of Spring for a fresh supply of Spring and Summer ,By. K.WHIT, SMITH-
Bushel White Maryland ROBERT SEARS, Publisher, be sent free to 1 any part of the United States.Stationens Do.Children's Hats Silk Bonnet, i : his present Stock eonsisUln pint of .. L' Hi*Attorney.1
BOOO CORN apl 22-tf 181 William, '. Y. Newspaper &e., trimmed and 9f the latest I English and French Merinnoa.'Cashnieres.> ,Alligator,'Feb.23, ISg.' :marl2-fta 7
enclosing a Bkller will Agnt French Flowers, rich Bonnet. Ribbons.Gentlemen' ,Alpaccas; White tt C l'c Flannels, Cot ,
For ute at bullet & Co.'s store, by remittc '
JAMES IIANHAJf.apl Agency for Scott & Co'A at a large coUDt ._.. april 15 WearzBdbts.Gaitert Flannel Furniture CaliooeIOol'd Cambrics. ,. Notice.. .- ';";:'r-f
224f JacksonvUle.O.fk and Shoes, .-. Super French Blk Cloth Fancy' 'Cassimere, dt:"EEKS after date hereof I ahaH Pj1fiI
RE VIE WS. Paper Hanging Depot .Beady made Clothing,a splendid ,Kentucky Jeata. 9 the H
Bundles HAT, for sale at Boulter Li Co '* mIlE unSenigned has been duly authorized by No. 44 COlaful.lru NnYo oiu some very fine. ';- ,Silk&.Cravats. .,Bonnet. Ribbons. Elk Silk''I-. county for Letter of Administration'OK the w .

Ovf store, by JL LEONARD SCOTT, Esq., to receive orders and Hotel. Country merchants supplied for cash Shawls and;SearCt" White Counterpaine, do' Into of" 'mCoImaaj deceased- -.. .,,--f

JAMES HANHAM, receipt for subscription tff the British Reviews rjlHE Croton Manufacturing Company (organ equal to New York prices. The .Curtain Muslins,'Worsted Hosiery, OHN-EClLMA" '. .
apl: 22.tf Jacksonville; consisting of Mized under the Manufacturing Law are solicited to call and exsm1neG0ode : 'Aligator,"March SI. __ ,_.J :.s-aJ. '
Gner .
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ofthe State at wholesale (fc-At the, Brick Cab.Store. Silk'MantilldLsd -
in .
The London Quarterly Ilivittii ;; ; .
o 11. B. .A. ?
loon Bushels HeaVy White OATS. quantities to It purchasers,at MANUFACTDREES* 2 -- i Boots It-ShoeInaia Rubber -Sh'6eY;MerinA Tax. Collector' Sale..
For ale at Boulter & Co' Store; TILe Edinburs Review, LW' fur cash or approved 1 The', ft drawers;Cotton do do, Umbrellas Car virtue of the power veiled ia me by Law-

By JAMES 1lA. HAM. The North British Review, Papr Hg every variety cre and I vr--., steamer Bags,Bit silk ft Fat Hat; together. with a BY ihatt etvose f.bns&I before the Coart Hoa e
April 22tf.. JacksonvUle. The Westminster Review, Tar ,Jacksontflle on assortment Fanct goods.:: door, in the town of Jacksonville county of Da-

AXI7 Border'fmatf, Saturday morning at 8 a.,m.,' foV Jacksonville. Feb.6, 1852. 8m.. vaL off the flrstMonday ia Jane 1852,' between
40 Bushels' FIXMTR. For sale at Boulter Blackicood's' Edinburg Magazine'; in great vaniety.Transparent touching at Picolata at i past 12 p.m., the legs!'hour of sale,the following deaeribtd

& Co. ,Store, by Window Sh'a Pilatka Monday at 8 a.m., arrive at .,. :,:Notice.- property,or*o much thereof will nay the State
TERMS :
JAMES IIANHAM. Oil Painted Window !. 10 Le and Taxes due thereon fir the year iSP
before County
at or ,Tuesday, p. m.; 'months' a'fta date 1 wrfr present my"ac
For 00 .
of the four Reviews aim.
per
22-tL one $3 - "
April Jacksonville. any '
For two- do. 6 00 Wide Window Curtain Papers, & at I J. in. for Pilalka, arriving there T. SIX &a*'A tm&istratoVof the Estate of.Wiri. f F/efh'
any Window ',Flcolata : d and *of Lad
tonchlns& at of Probate tWItf.eIgb1 acre ;
monungWain tfae'Hoa.
'* the Fita. ; ,deceased, to Judge
$20 REWARD. For all any three oftbe, do. J 8 7 00 ". Ofthe finish, s1iofthel and arriveat Jacksonville satee day : Columbia, county,'and ask .for a final settle situate, lying-aad being iff tae.fwnfipof-.'!Big
For four 00
Ran away from me on the 1st instant my boy For Blackwood'Magazine.300 Reviews '* Own manufacture and imprion A*their stock sengers landed at any point oh the river &and allowance of the sims,aid of my cliP Pottiburg Creek,"' and i* numbered a* Seettoa
about 80 large and-entirely Merchant. apply on board. Fifty-one npotf Ch Flat oTTowaihlp Three&.aa
,
years old. stout, thick, and For Blackwobd and three Reviews' 9 00 '' !>rpassage.orilreight_ -lo.- front the, adarintgfrvtton of said t.e6 .
dark complected, about 9 feet and 2 or 4 inche 10 &c.l'ATJI.11ITa BookseUe'n arid dealer in these articles,to call P!. S-' Flfieoays that the THOR -- GRE-EN JOHNSON.: range Twerify-eevea'\ 'ba-flfj"oIFot ef the
:high; cpeaks very quick' when spoken to; ha atrifc For Blackwood and fttar Review, 00; and examine thiiralylessn4pricuwbenevertheyvisIt ployed Jacksonville,'will,De"appr p& -.. .. / f. *' A"dmmitrator.' Surveyor General of Florid*.' Said Land bet*,
near Jacksonville aDd 1* supposed to be Inrk- TO M MADS IN ALL CASES M ADVANCE.CX.UBBIXO. : the city,, ,-. ...? 'y towin5 tag ta that vicinity. Also on the I0th, FRANK ; Country Merchants_ : 2. tom towing:. ciulchn y, offer.. .: . uksion.1JRLCh. |lflWDEN,." -
formerly belonging to Joseph Finegaa. Frank i* f Fur eopie of any or an,of the'above works 6 o'clock ia the.m ii U i" ,kj :.19,. 'Not1 e., ,. ,,-. Tax.Aa'r ColT D. Co
.about 6 feet 8 or 10 inches high, about 30 years will be cent to one address on payment of the'regular evening. ? .' ., *. I, I Jacks MONTHS after date chreiDs1iecounts
subscription for three-the fourth N .; l.lSgg. I' !IX
being
old yellow complected; doe not speak very good copy ew-Y Mar the Administrator of '
COLUMBUS .ps' and voucher as
Cake & Pie
tnEliah. grati Florida DREW oil Tallow Grease and !' <:Bread, ,. Estate of John.G.Ziriu;deceased,late of < ;: Tax Collector' SalevBY
The above reward will be paid for the deliveryof April 8-tf Republican Jacksonville.Office r MineralPstl t. ; _ho_ I millS is to inform the Public that we {omoe county; to the Hem Judge oT Probate. VIRTUE the' power' .vto *d M me'*i
them in any jail,or $10 for either of them so f\f\ barrel 75 i :JL .fall preparatioiur. to' supply the: county, and shall at same time..-11 to I shall expose for&OLaIbCC& .

that I can.ret them. 3 19\J Mhery.O p;. -n1 other.purchasers, withvery excellent Court for a di&harge. fro'm,*aid.Admiuistra-.,: House door in the town of Palatkaeoanty of
J,'A. SUMME1tLIN. Pekln Tea Company Warehouses, gallons per same, oi : 11 PIES, ft CAKES;which we' are nrd: u. saade'rta'te. ? .>+ ,' .jV' ''lAHMrsoMhiterested -, Putnam,on the first Monday m Spexfi r,.13K. ;
apI 78 and 77 Pnlt .t4 Kew'VorJti 2 -' 1 eik. t. : ''': regulatly at thS house of eutontfersrt: .., are desjredto take..DO- between the legal hottrs of *a Vthl folloW a.

4TilE PEKIN TEA COMPANY, has 'rOl1llz" Paint $ eta per'gal. We- take this opportunity':Ofex be; 1;. NICUOW8MITHAdmrKeyWe5t t' bribed property or 4imseh thereof"'-'wifipsy
NEW. 2 bone O thanks for the liberal evidences of eUO No\.U.J n the SUM Taxe thereon1
the
HACK LINE ; heeD established and ha gallon .. .do' do 1 and eoanty *'due for
many years IO in cask .various sizes. .. I which we have already received aid while year 1851,to wit* 16,000" atsrttribor* at lew of
.From. Alligator to Ocala, :Florida.The alway for Tea maintained of the most delicious high.reputation character '.830 barrels Tanners' Oil,various i fully:: asking a continuance of:the same; : -, ;' .\ ., : ;_",;.Notice., Land; situate,lying-,and heio ia Section at.of

ubscribertake 'thi3 method and fragrancy, and at price wbioh have in every qualities,from 35 to 60 cents la'ane ranted in claiming' for the Bread whieh MONTHS after date the undersigned ad- Township 10. S.of Range 25viy Section,.c
qualities unsurpassed in all the essentials SIX of the'Estate of Thomas1 Jone>,: Township II, &,and Range 25;Eaad Section
_ _of informing the public that he ha instance given Ction.The Tea are warranted 1,500 gallon' in cask of various sixes;virioukndsandquaiitlesfromf5to0 .
; : make the sts.ffol We palatable; ,&
awu-udul to pure !late of AJaehua "F.S1I of Flori- 39 of Township, s..ad'Raap 2S-4aM
and be if not
IMfW iii returned
theydo
operation apen thi rente. om- pure may iomLWe shall continue to:use the Section 88,oi Towah< U 8 sad Range.H
:testable and gale two-horse HACKS whicb to be as they are represented. The Tea j cent*per gallon. : I ,wiQ exhibit his account and voucher .before p ;
run prove which in the hands of an esperieneed .Honorable Judge of Probate for aid county, said Lae,bttBg returned a* the ropmy aTAo.
ia connection -with the Eastern and Western old by this Company are done up in 1-4 lb., 1-2 'S tons UlloW grease bearing;
and .iche"; h"11I1n'proD1. : ,our. cutomen'JOOd. pray for afinal jettlement and discharge from bert BlcHardy G..BFIrbanks. ArenU
Stage from Alligator to NewnansvUle and to Ib. .and I .lb. packages making it convenient coarse_ bat ofaskv &e.{ -- .& : "* -".> .--- -" R.T. ,
Ocala by M icanopyv twice a week i leaving..Alli for country merchant to have a neat variety of'any 'CIJi rq1i I, 'flcketsfuruIsbed,and families any." 'I" ,W ILWAItD Mm- MCPRtfl' *
gator on Monday and Thursday*,' the arrival with a email outlay of apitaL Hotel keeperssnayi1aysbeeert&inobavingoutbe1rtabl. Priced cent a v raX county
upon : in the limits of the town supplied at an .
19
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; .B..J.C.JlAortoF.Vbl.t.. 'Paitki;Feb. ;185 w.r::
ISO ton*Ohio ) barrels, at ; "
-of the Eastern Stages, and mo through to a l PaUt i Price-eta; loaf. l' i iIi' .
everyday* per rt.t
Ocala the from Palatka uniform character of,Tea which Teat ,of which the lowest ,: .: 1 : .
so as to connect Stages to ; mkt ? -' -. 'MYERS ft. .- . Iaian ollictoi iiie.
Tampa Bay on Tuesday and.Fri4*.night. there 1* a large voriety' are done DP in three :Ma&vury O. wt not to :tn ia1 the DOT27-tt -, .. 1 .- County Tax
He would, further,assure passengers who may wrapper The inside II of lead the second water coldest w eD by- .those. .ul Uequsitoepermoit !I 2 "f." 'j, :'. ., .1i ; : NEWSUPpLiES : Y VIRTUE'of antLority' 'ia_' law vwtI -
take his line at Alligator or Ocala, that, if they proof paper,and the outside Chinese rice par -, '. : B ay
desire to proceed onto Black Creek, they shall per. 'Boiled Paint Oil, equal' to i 'e' :" .JJ'.Bobert'JJt.k : : I' UECElVkD.-i -.ct, .wffljexpose for tato ia front ef th*

,U accommodated with comfortable,conveyance the; tttt1. New' .York:sea MAYER7'for cash :by .baniorwbIte.I am ? .".1/Q\i supplies of the r n-D "EY: f"CjUN8ELr.OB : .:. -- t ;i b i: j."Youth, Monday Court House of Jnaew door 1852 of Nassau the foDowinj county oath described*firs

,Fat throagb reasonable to that rate JI01n of.fare. a*.if-,the linn continued. JOHNJL is.v l3avn.S a. above named 7'Jirr.J *,'*-',s i Jl ,E.Fu J' :I "l 41*'the su behayeJu. $, jeceiveddtrtejfrsm'Ba&lmbre tracU ftrpiml of land jitaHed,iaaatteoaatyt

.Every attention within hi* power; 'ai to the T. Feb.2.tf.1&Brougbton -. profit* and quick return*.* 1'1.Commissioner: ?t:Deeds.: forttV| ,io f*,,.. m u "' j*-" "*-? ,r'. ,.'. One tract containing Mf.Jebu1i1.acre*,lyintaear reoWeneaf -
nbomeo'
** .
. ? t.jotth.UnlnntViraot i .vuna. ,"' ) swamp
; :comfort of passengers aad the safety of hag- r.;"$, .i ''i :*- bW1, -d.J forfr.m. called Pushers8wampeQn&ainintalkacr.Thsse
# UUle.M"Us
If BULL CAUPUIKC.4t 56 Water zt. (under'th .,) .c't .".' ,. '.en
Xani&Maryland ..
. wifl be "
' ,gate, rendered aad be mot respectfully.aolicltt U' .- ii: .M. 'f ? .' M.Y1 "-.".. : a. ,.
r a char* of the public pat-onage. Just received s.et.&zcoaoi.and for isle by JalJ: t": % ,; .- : ,Z1ouIdersAnd ), \ descrihedUhy surveyors all heJ.oIa: .
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0 ;. CHAitLESR.FJTCHETT.. .JOHN A. MAYER S Savannah : Notice ; ; -- ,: : ,faacbusetta-, VirfiBia 4r.t.m : .4,r-' ". ," and sz. sdId tot t4s4 om., .." .
_3>ewnan vnie.April 1S52..: 15-3 m.Adm1flhtratorsNqtIc .. March 18 oPt PERSONS having any 4ld..tn lie1f Yotk iNrtk Carol 'Tezu.t 'ti'f. ; &atoaJ:1' .J "AA.' I IYf ae5tia\etIJ;>.: _tl, y. '" .
ALL -i : "
lum. &IIb.e';;
or- k'fM JFiCK
estate of .. {.i7" '
J. V 'It. -
f ,.: rr 1i'kt'k LBS. Acidulated Fruit Drepe-Ba.tmai. lumbia c1t.rdec&Bt1 a requested to '.lDeral.3-tt" > oq..f.. ".f/ .n oa c.J erie ueq dpaoa1ptefVsmUy ;' .:.J.h' !...D4..'..._'. ., r.1IOY ixCoBeetor.- '..:

"SIX'WEUS*fl 4at.hmofI&U apply to OlHJ' PineAppU,'Raspberry;Mul- present within 'the time ;, j" ., ; Groceries,and numerous olherarllolefia :- .' .-- .1 ___ .
,
. -1 of Probate Orange. fce. law' will be basyed-and .pif : M,4.S.1d : demand,.ta which thejlartt*the aUen- I I ;
'for Colanbia Wry Blackberry, Lemon b: ,; prescribed by or they a '. :' '.1' ':; ; :: ".-t
. jBoanty lot LaiiAn off A dy n1rparehajr > i\> .y 'i /vf- .1 f d;, ', ., .V ".-_JPRQ : .
Wia_ Carver,deceased. ._ ,., Frott.JT'sr- -, b7-_ : :': make idb.t M yy; YrI4jtuaiWa1. fsa**?.*Ht D.H6CUSS COlefaew : .i e .l Tt'Ji-i tl.\ t :zc .

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".,_ Is ?V3USBD .VZgTTHVZZDA..AT-;\ i. II'"( &T--, ...Qtncr ". i'cov, rW: !STA T .Canada--; .from- ,-"and after' the 3Oth'June, .-- S -Yours&e.BiNJ4tM4. '";. ,,- ". DAVID. : -
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, -jracksonvlile, DnVal County,E.Pi by.l I .Attorney at Law : I t i is FdERSIJ 1831 L 4* % T: E.PoinzetiEzq" .
: COLUMBUS DREW., ,( } :: ; ; ; For cyory,.,;ijf) .In 'mannlcr1ptL9.:; : -: ., ._ J.ACVJOnu.r.zJane" 27"tfearSlrflam _J.
. ; WS( er"attend the Circuit Courts far aQ Secretary- State,CHARLESW, WING., _
ber lhe '* *', of any kind Rupoa-.which information shall be entirely relieVe of m' .J

: T iiI ; 'Tbjrce DoDara'per annuirfi. payable : the Earn ndSouthentirdnits,the ,AttornerGeneral'DAVID J0l1N13EA1tD.TreasnrerILLIAM P.."IfOOUE.,., .", I asked or commnnl a d'in writing orb T: marks: Itir r plaint,thanks you for your"L'iDIAN loW
,
ComptrolUr "c" mail the rates mentioned in the; I'UZS'j-.U U the best I
or signs sent by ,
;jJt' 'pon ordering the Paper.: "f [ Supreme Court, a the-\Upited i,iStates,4--DistrictCoiirtforthe ; 'R.'HAYWARD. 'lp table shall be charged ; and for.evel1'addit.i9Dat.half : I dlseaaesndlfeelhapjyla b&yeenr:1I8ecI"tor.tta
*
the eXPITatIOof ; t ; Register State Lands; DAVID WAfcKlSRi; tDdiDli'! to .
;
before .
Subscriptions ;if not patio Northem'r on10r ( : oun e; fraction' of, an ounce .above.the publio.' '' "

i'" the year,are charged $-. ;;1-; I I IHi time is d otd exclusively' to" 1lj Clerk Supreme" Court- ; 'ROBT., ,S..HAYWARD.SJUDICIARY,.. '.' weight named in:this table, an additional .single- ; ".c.1. 1"- '--. .",, -. : -5- Gkoadik COULTER- ,
,
/ rate is to be chargedoX ToE.Poiniett Esq.BATOT .
will be.inserted at the following fes'S _. l : ,
. i AdvoctisemeuU : d" o,, :;PUBIJC. S S

4 rctiss .Olio Dofakr per squoWtoftw'elfe n s for ,.Oc,(twill further ;notice' ). fa' .Jacksonville-" ." S ;Supreme Court-Judges.", ': RistdencElion. S ) *. v.- < ., .), sN r ; r \ ti', oi.. 1 .jHaving1 for several ,years deroted :'math: <' IsuLxv_ :. St.SObn'gBsae9

tie ant: and Sewnty-Flve Cents for every inbseqntntjnsertionv ?.. marl2-lt,., .S I Pensacola -S '. ; ,;,"(" ', J ,.-4: \ examination and collection of the .
E EU10rida. SValher Anderson | T .,, r,: "S : ..5 JI time the Dear Sir ThiI will nform you that tlaree'of
, To yearly Advertisers a liberal Hon.1AG.&mmes:;:' \I'C. Ju.stde'l I Aplh'alon. : : :" ,', -1' L; various medicinal plants, roots and herbs peculiar my children were dangerously Ul with the T
u
;4 discount will be,mAd .All transient Adverttse- S :j.S";m. '1A. ,. ,J ,S '.-L.'Ai' ,''.-Thompson'1: "S ", .'' :. ; w-; ',, 'a1 S "a 'to penineular Florida,proprietorof tery or Diarrhoea, for about six weeks. ''itrSialmost

JII't1rtW(nepi byperson baTblt a running account S : : Circuit\'Jutijes.-\< ;J: ," ::5 ',.;;: .. '' .. 2": this medicine has acquired a knowledge in this everything that gentrallyroeneff flirdoM
A1 ET tw in I Apalach. : disease, but all to no effect. A friend
iii.
r with*** "the"offiocj" must be'paid, for previous' to publication. .' &liarat r, Columbia)Co,,' SI IY rtZa.,' We8 "I"Hon'I eS.Iwk: I iTaThas'e; -S---" :0- '' i.--I'. 'e1 t. branchwhich', i'rarelyobtained: ,by those commended me to try zour Medicine eal1edn .-

.. Eastern {:Thomas Douglas. Jaks'vUI :5 4- S :s. whdse object t.alone i 1e.bo.taQlcaldiscq'e 1 and DIAN LOXECUSf. procured 1\-a1lde j
: S
r ,1 Persons at a distance can govern their remittances m 'W'RIT."Sm T'K-, Southern J J os B. LancasterJames :' 'I' S .S 'Z 0 o' i.01:1'. classification.l happy to say that II Bottles of it cured aD u1,,
ratei M. Landrum, Sol'r W.Cir., .Ucheanna 0l Until thepresent; he has Lad no of mv children-hopin yourvalasble MedleM
for advertising,by the following .: ,ATORNEY AT LAWS Samuel B. Stephens, Sol'r M. Cir.,, Quincy S %VBEN PZEWD. Cts. Cts. Cts. Cts. : year j may become generall,UOWJI,10 that all thatmay

b6ne. : ) square (twelve lines) published six! months 'Q;! Co.East Florida.OS8IAN John P. Sanderson, Sol'r E. Cir., Jacks'ville Weighing I oz. or under,being, -. thought ,compounding' a.bota remedy' be afflicted with I disease may, ban a -a.

I., for -; *: .$10 00 .lgt ,&.m q OSia B, Hart;Sol'r S. Cir., .' I West single rates.'>. .!,< .. .. 3 6* .10 15 himself, his labors havIng, en. directed_ tothe and'safe remedy, Yours tnlly! ,
1500 Over t 01. and not over I o*. 6-12 20 ,30' filling of orders from abroad. '. JAMEs .
-;Two iquarei, for six months B HART,- COUNTY Over 1 01. and not over li oz.. 9 18 .80 43' -The'manner in which he has been led' to To E. PoiD.teU, Eaq. '
'i Legal &Dd'other Business Cards, an. 10 00 OFFIES. Over not 2 12. 24 40 CO.
per Ii 0:1. and over Ol.!
ATT.OR.NEY; :AT LAW, Clerk himself i in his'present :1p sition.isfollowiA i i :>s .JAcuo'fVlLU.1iaI,30
.'Kotices to debtors and creditors, 700 [First name Judge of name Over 2 or and not over 2i ox., 15 SO. 50 75 place } : 1851.
KEY 'WEST Ffc An of Ct. Court;third name Sheriff; fourth name \VIIENUNS.AW.S ,- .- '- 'personal friend .afflicted with Dear Sir:':I have tried your very valuable U, 1 .Application for letters of administration, 5 00 Practices in the United States and 5tato Courts (whenever.i occurs, as in Gadsden. &c.) Tax Single rate,as above . ,0' 10> 10 '15 Dysentery, haying! failed "obtaining 'relief cine for Diarrhoea and find it by far the best and

'"Notice I ,Application for dismissal as Administrator .: of the Southern District of Florida. Asesor Collector.iWestern Over i os. and not over 1 oz. 10 20' 20 30. from the regular faculty, one dayaddressedhim safest cure for this dangerous disease that I hav.

J4; ; ,, -_ .: $iooo July 10tfJOHN Circuits Over 1 oz. and not over 1J oz. 15', 30 '30' 43, !, thus. "1t is'said that 'soil and ever known or heard of. My little daughter aged
Fol'"a.moancementofcandidatesfor office, Ii 00 m County. Officer*. Post Office. Over 1J oz. and not over 2 oz. 20 40 40 60, every about two years had suffered long and was rs
1 O.HATELY Escotnbia Charles N. J PensacoliMilton Over 2 os. and not over 2fr\ oz.25,,50 ,50. 75JounFrom climeproduces'art'antidote for' 'diseases'"peculiar doced to almost a skeleton and r tried part .of
'*No announcement will be made unless the same oran c, to'the locality if so with a Bottle of your "INDIAN LOXECUST"
S F. E. ; :you, .your and
the BOth June 1851 the
: after ,
be accompanied with the amount charged. ATTORNEY AT LAW. F, and inland lettersi. knowledge of the field and wood, must it has acted like a charm, the'chilli is now. improving
DeLrua. of the rates
mode computing upon and be seen by those who
;;; Editorial notices for private benefit will be NEWNANSVILLE, Santa Rosa John Chain -i. e. letters from one office within the'United know"of something to relieve me." lieve.0 may S Respectfully, do not be

. 14 charged double the rate of advertising. OFFICE FLORIDA ; '' E.- S.Amos S "" States or Territories to another, and also upon! The reply was, that he wasacquaintedwith A. V;Cotvj'-

. : ItelijtTous,Obit U'J',and Marriage notices,will. E.\ST tf. \ Isaiah Cobb,Jr.* S letters between the United States and the British the properties of some plants! and roots To E.: Poinaett, Esq. S
I pt.ll, North American to be as follows j to
Daniel McLcod provinces-is
Walton Ucheanal which he believed would have ST.NJCHOLAS/.
the desired July 31 -1
n1iahed'gratia. Angus D. McKinnon wit: Single rate, if not exceeding half an ounce ; ,1S5L
I. .;- Communications must be post paid B. M. PEARSON, 4' Win. \V. MeCollnm ce, double rate, if exceeding half an ounce, but not effect; and animated with friendship, he set Dear Sir t This is tc certify that two Bottles of

' : ; ATTORNEY AT LAW. Holmes Abner Baker Gordo exceeding an ounce; treble rate,' it exceeding an about the preparation of a medicine immedi- I your Medicine called "INDIAN .LOXECUSTV
11 Cero ounce, but not exceeding an ounce,and a'half; The material has permanently cured two of our Negroes,of a severe -
"
MartinV. Brett ately. his
was
J. P. Sanderson HAS removed to Jacksonville, Florida, and Robt. It. Golden. and so on charging an additional ratefor' every gathered by Diarrhoea. 1 take pleasure in recommending

ATTORNEY flED COUNSELLOR ATHAVING LAW will practice in the Eastern and -Southern Circuits S Orange HillS additional half ounce or fraction of.half ounce. ._ own hands and then carefully compounded. your valuable Medicine-as being without doubt
tho Court of the State,'and in Washington A. The mode of computing rates upon letters to It'was completely successful-the cure was one of the beet and safest remedies for this disease

t. removed"'to Jacksonville his office Duval from Columbia County the U.S.. District Supreme Court for the Northern Districtof Norman John A. Campbel C Great Britain and to all other foreign'countries, effected. The fame or,.this'cure, spreading S that I have. .heard of or seen. ,Yom truly.
.f the British North American provinces excepted, W.O.McINTYRE.To -
circle of friends induced -
.Atw respectfully informs his friends that he will continue Florida. Feb. 19, 1852.-tf. Jackson FredTc R. Pittman Marianna will remain as at present,under the act of 3d among a frequent Poinsett, Eaq.S .
S.C. enamy c applications for the medicine, until, to avoid
March 1840 and to instructions
the practice of his profession as formerly. agreeably appen- JACKSONVILLE June 9th;1831
I! HOPKINS & James Griffin c ded to tho.table of foreign postagcs.DIRECTIONS. the trouble of making a preparation each
of RAIAJU" Dear Sir I have Indian
Term 5'
used
each
and
Loxeenst
;. He will attend at every c Calvin your
i i1; several Counties Attorney' at Stephens time, a quantity was made up and kept on in my family, and have found it a very valuable
in the o
Court Blountstown
the Circuit R. B. Evans
: : Ii of OFFICE P.\LATK.\; F.I Calhoun F. ParkerS 1st. Every letter or 'parcel, not exceeding halfan hand.to give away, without a thought of remedy for Diarrh a. I take great pleasure la
the a
t the Eastern Judicial Circuit. County i WILL the Eastern Circuit. Business c Thos.Bcnj. J. Land ounce in weight, shall be deemed a single letter accepting a remuneration. More than one recommending it to the public.
practice c
P: Hamilton in the Middle Circuit the Supreme I i or rate. hundred effected. At Respectfully J.TOWNSEND.
cures were length by
entrusted to their care will be promptly attended Franklin Arch'd T.Bennett Apahicol 2d. AU drop-letters letters placed .in Egber Foinsett, Esq.JACKSONVILLE .
k Court at Tallahassee, and the U. S. Court at St. any the advice of friends and tired of the inroads
.
AU business entrusted to his care j to. February 19, 1S2.-ti Sam'lV. Spencer. post office not for transmission, but for delivery E. Fla., May 17,185L
Augustine. made his time and determinedto
only, shall be charged with postage at the rate of upon purse.he
{ .tf.,and Dear Sir This to
Republican please certify that J
I -favanna pnblh may you had a
attention.
will receive prompt ( this office. Middle Circuit* ono centfeach. manufacture the medicine for -rJe, conscious i girl suffering under a severe attack
negro of
t Diarrhea
Address J. P. SAXDEESO' Jacksonville, bj Edward C. Lover Quincy 3d. Each deputy postmaster, whose compensation that what had proved a blessing to a and that the use of one bottle of your
Duval Countv, Honda. GadsC Uobt Lester for the last preceding fiscal year(ending the few could not lose its virtues from being preparation called Indian Loxecusf
: Joseph S. Baker M. D. 30th June effectually
did not exceed send
) $200, throughthe
may cured-her and I would take thia
Samuel B. Love ,
Jacksonville.Jan. 17.1850. tf offered to the or from having its met method of recommending
all
PRACTITIONER OF MEDICINE, MDDWIFERYA Hugh O. McLean e mail letters written by himself, and receive many it as a very valuable Medicine. .'
through the mail all written communications cantile price, instead of being gratuitous.This Yours JOHN
D SURGERY. truly, BRANTLET
McQueen mcIntosh, Leon David"W. Gwynn TallahasseeNewport addressed to himself,on his private busineit which then, is the origin of- Mr. Egbert Poinsett.

t: ATTORNEY A T LA IV, Office on the comer of Market and Forsyth Oscar A. Myers "" shall not exceed in weight one half oun.se, free of POIXSETT'S INDIAN LOXECCST.
Haley T. Blocker JACKSONVILLE, July 26 1851;
postage.. This does not authorize them to frank ,
.. Wnx attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern Streets, opposite the Court'House. John II. Rhodes ee any letters unless written by themselves, and on He does not enter the lieU as a competitorfor Dear Sir: Sometime since I was attacked with

Circuit; the United States District Court at St. JACKSONVILLE, Fz.&. Wakulla .W m. J. Council their private business only; nor does it authorize public favor in the ranks of Quackery.He a severe Diarrhoea .so severe that I could not attend

Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee; I' Cct. 16, tf. 4' Wm."W. Mound them to receive free of postage any thing but has no dreams of building up a splendid to my business. I was recommended to try

and prosecute Claims for citizens in any part of ---'J--AV.iiaVi -IT-ill--- written communications addressed to themselves, fortune from pills and potions. Yet he doe* your "INDIAN., LOXECUST." I procured 'one
: BOSTON AlfonsoR.Combs ." and on their private business. Bottle of it At the same time two members ot
& GUNBY
the Government at Washington not profess to be so disinterested a philan-
Florida against
n:1t Thomas J. Chace :MonticeHo1C my family were afflicted with the same disease;
1'- either before Congress or at the Departments.I S COTTON FACTORS Jeferson' Craven G. Fife Jfewtpnper Rates,per ytwr.Tfertcften sent from thropist as to:offer his medicine forJlie'pub- We all used the medicine from the one Bottle,

I .:: ( -: Jaduonrille East Florida. AND Daniel T. Lenizo c the office publication, to actual and bona fide lie good alone. He wishes and hopes to realize and I am now happy to inform you that it cured

I' tit. 1-'M T2.18iO tf GENERAL COMMISSION MEhciIANTS.Corner John Woolen subscribers: a fair return for his labor, and the'expense us all entirely. WeaN now all well and hearty
f :.04V : Madison Alex'r McDonald Court-house From after the 30th of June, 1351, for each to which he has been subjected. He from the use of only one Bottle of your Valuable

.' "James W. Bryant Bay arid Jefferson Streets, Saml. R. Sessions newspaper not exceeding three ounces in weight, offers no universal remedy for "the ills that Medicine. Yours TIM(3THY truly
i HARRIS.
i "f the annexed rates per quarter are to be paid quarterly -
'
GA. John H. Patterson c
SAVAXNAI flesh is heir to but claims to have To E. Poinsett
AND COU SELLOR-AT-J.AW, Robert } in advance. These rates only'apply where simply ,Esq.
ATTORNEY
(4J JOHN BOSTON. JOhN H. GUNBT." lcKnney' the paper is sent from the office of publication to discovered a remedy in'the vegetable kingdom Mandarin;Fla;,Oct.l: ,1851.
Will attend to Professional business in the Courts Hamilton Henry J. Stewart, Jasper .
actual and bona fide subscribers. Dear Sir-Some time since I
'. October 30, 1851. tf. for a certun.kind. of disease; firmly was on a visit near
.: of the Eastern Circuit of Florida, and in ttib Fed- William Wm.J.J.Luncan Day 4' believing that when he says it will cure, he your place, and was suddenly taken very sick.
I'f'
c .
' : eral Court for the Northern District of Florida. E. M. MOORE COi Your mdian Loxecust was recommended. 'The
tf & c Jeremiah B. SmithS '. a but speaks what the name of that medicine friend that I was visiting happened to have a bottle

'I f.;.t,:.. 'ALSO AGENT GENERALCOHHISSION Eastern Circuit. S .' :4.- :4. -0 purports in the Seminole dialect-THE TRUTH of it in the house, and I used it, and take ploa-

for general Business in tho State, respecting Geo Herbert -- .z aa sure in informing you 'that it cured me. .I am

: 'f grants and donations of lands, and the location ]RCHS AN. Columbi S. Scarborough Algtr .-D., ...; .a. .t4' o a = C averse to having my name in print but still for
: Wright Q Q, CI .0 the benefit of those that may be afflicted,you can
A. J.T.- 'rOIN L IoEdlls1 n :
i.\\j.1 ", or selling thereof. (Smelts' new Warehouse,)' I" Lawrence K. Mickler : rn .. rn ErrS '.INDIAN publish this if yoa think it necessary.

.t' .i ALSO AGENT Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.Not Yours with reSUSANI1! ; '
219 Bay-Street, Savannah Ga. I AlachuaDuval A.M< CastonSam'l Newnansville S THE .MOST CERTAIN AND SAFE HARTLEY.
) for the collection .Claims: .upon the United S Russell 4' over 50 miles 25 15> 10 5 2i 14
c. -
4i' Over 50 and not over REMEDY FOR THE CURE OF Dr E Poinsett, Jacksonville.Fla.
*
;,;!I' :3 States for Military or other services pensions, E. M. MOORE, N. M.HARRIS.. 4' Chas Wilson 800 miles 5030l 105 2J GraveDyHill Oct.20,1851.

!! It supplies furnished volunteers, and for horses or S Oct. 23, 18S1. tf. Felix Livingston Jacksonville Over 300, not over 1000 CHRONIC DIARRHCEA Dear Sir: Your Indian Loxecustisagoodmed.icine.

It other property lost, for which the United States tt Isidore V. Game tttt miles 75 45 30 '15 7$ 34 Some tim e since I purchased a bottle fromA

. ; liable. LOUD & CO., ,c Geo. 11. Over 1000.,not over2000 a AND M.Reed Esq.,your agent and gave It to one
itik 1 Factors and Commission Merchants, << Uriah Bowden Madri miles 100 60 40 20 1C 5 DYSENTERYWhich of my negroes that had suffered very much froma
f A<2dms Jacksonville. East Florida. Nassau Over 2000,not over 4000 severe attack of Dysentery. It cured him. Soon
t 8.\VANXAI GEORGIA, C. C. Bessent Woodstock Mills miles 125736025126 has I had
ever been presented to the public.It afterwards another negro attacked with the

.k: : ,,: OSCAR.HART, No.118, Bay Street. tt A. J. Braddock Over 4000 miles 150 .90 60 30 ,15- 7J stands upon its own merits and needs no same disease. I purchased"another bottle" -and it.

cured him also. ,
Strict attention will be to'the sale of Cotton St. John's Gad Humphreys St.Angnstine4t S DIRECTIONS.1st. puffing. fiSHt BAS.NOTI'J.ILED'TO; CURE
'. ATTORNEY AT LA IV.t given i< Peter B. I do not hesitate a moment in recommendingyour
r.- Office upon the Second floor at the Court-house, or other produce,and liberal advances made 5' 5 Raphaelfl.CanocaPutnam ce IVeekly yapert on/y;when sent as, above IN A SINGLE INSTANCE.* Indian Loxecust to the public as being the
stated are to be'delivered free in the county where most certain remedy for Dysentery that I have
Forsyth street. when desired.!
H. R. Blanchard is
ratk they are published j and this although conveyedin TnIS'Valuable preparation compounded ever used, or heard of. Ify ou see ,you can
proper
p.-: WILL practice in the several counties of the JOpnV.c. LOUD. P. H. LOUD. Stanislaus Glinski the mail over50lni1es.-i.2i1. i. roots growing in the publish this. Yours truly.MILESPRICE.
Eastern Circuit of Florida, and attend to the Jon. 1852. 'y.DOLLNEU. S 54 Robert T. Boyd Newspapers containing not over 300 square Wilds of Florida. It is PURELY and JWHOLLT ?

collection claims against the United States for 2 Orange .William Campbell EnterpriseMellonville inches,are to.'be,charged one quarter the ,above Vegetable; and designed, ESPECIALLY for the core DrEPpJnsett' ,Jacksonville.. -
: g I Henry A. Crane rates------ of the above disease.: The Inventor and Proprietor -
'h.
it i Military cervices and for Horses lost or other &POTER S Elijah \VatsonMaron
property lost destroyed by troops in said service. General M. MclntoshRobert Ocala change free of postage,one copy i John in the town in which he resides and the **ton- have been of
$. Also claims for of disabled soldiers,or Merchant '. only; and this privilege extends ,to newspapers ; > permanently cured a severe Diarrhoea
Bullock
:) ; pensions 154 Front'Sted. Corner lralden \ published in .Canada. filling access with which it has met warrants by the use of your most valuable medicine called
Fi be widows and orphans of deceased soldiers. Up Stairs, New S. E. Helvenston Flemmmgton Ocala 4th. The weight of newspapers must' bo takenor him in saying that it 'is. a POSITIVE CURE.He Indian Loxecust after suffering for more than 12

) ,Also, claims for.bounty: land to,officcrsandsolfflierr ,- WILL attend promptly to business entrusted' S Jesse M. Willis determined when they are.in a dry state.. has therefore come'to the determination months with that distressing disease. I take pleasure
p ,and the widows and orphans of deceased officers to their care. Particular attention l Soutli'S. :T'* \\ : .gth Postmosters are. not entitled to receive place it within the reach of all, knowing how many in recommending your most valuable medicine
given to the *
S S rr 6iaui suffer with this unpleasant and often dan- to all afflicted. .
I : .* newspapers frco of poalageinder' their franking very similarly
.t. and soldiers. l 1 of Cotton Lumber Timber and Turpentine. ; Hfllsboro' Etu Tampa, privilege 4- "" 2 gerous Disease, particularly in the Southern and 1 remain yours truly,

; Ia Also will give his attention to conveyancing, also to the purchase of goods. Cunngham, ?c1 "' 6th:Payment' in advance does not entitle the Western. States.In J.JOHNSON.

I : j" to iexaming titles and record, and ascertaining -Liberai advancements made'on consignments. t' .Benj.J. ,_ > \\_ party paying,to any deduction,from the above purchasing my Indian IJoxeeust" beparticular S Formerly, of JacksonviIle-N.- C., ,
Elias G;Knight Spring Hill and look for my written signature on
,t I ,claims to lands. February 19, ]82.y. IemaDdo :Molcomb C; Peterson .' rates the label. CLIFTON; Oct. 6, 1851-

I A11 business entrusted to him will meet with S e. N athan'l:;Moody Hales of'i.ostageid f>e charged'upon.all transient I refer the public below to'a few certificates selected Dear Sir; One Bottle of your Loxeoust has completely

,. ,prompt attention; and all instruments of writing 5 5 Ezekiel SIh '" Newspapersanderery othcrdcsniptionof Printed from among :many received from respectable cured one of my 'men of a long standing,
5
5 citizens of Jacksonville. obstinate Diarrhoea.-From its complete and certain
K DAGA il' West Matter Periodicals -
Key and
ibe him with and de Monroe' 4Benjamin ; except Newspapers ,
: wiU executed by. ,neatness ; Sawye S
. SS EGBERTPOINSETT.. efficacy where all other medicines had failedI
'
S .c James M'BrcU'c"; published at.intervals,not exceeding thrte months ,
.i: spatch.'Jacksonville. (oF CoLt I.t, "SOUTH CAEOLWA,) 5 -Robt. Clark" and sent from the office publication to actual P. Planters should'not be'without'this vain- take pleasure in recommending it. as a most

:i : .f{J .. .'Jji."25." *1851.' tf' his friends and acpnaintanees of ... JffcaBoy18 /' and bona subscribers. '-'. able Medicine. ,- Every. family'ought.. ,'keep..it valuable medicine.' Yours T. E., &o.B;IJ,CIOIA.'i.To .
INFORMS '--
'1! .1 /1" -----. ,: .
: on.h nd'i :,: ; -
'i will < -
make s- visit "f, ,D- .!: j1. S 5S Dr. :f.Poinsett.
tOh a-professional n
; i A.,G THt7,E .,C Y to the State te 23th of January, and will Ana( cx'b'mcio; Tax Assessor and(one or. .INOTE.-For each .:Q .j.j. .i t S ,M-.REED- principal" Agent- .for'Jacksonville -.-
Nov.:
r bain month' : Jacksonville, 12,1851.
$ FpK.CLAOlS.AT WASHIHGTOH one :. 'Jacksonville. 5- additional ounce, or a i .'; \j _
Wj'tsit. -
? Ocala and tbd adjoining ; \Such as may .'< -;._ vForth :Afflicted. "T" fraction of an ounce, S Mr.'E.Poinsett -'Dear Sir 11 take"i>leasure in
: .. o. :
kt ; 1IwI 'IWf1U m.EKen;: iai1ghor. desire his services, can obtain them by. notifying .O0GHSYRUPffand'MedeatedCigarettes beyondthet.nounces 15 .i'l5S TESTIMONIAL&S expressing to you my approbation of jour Indian

:tr */b him by letter,to OeoloTorYaeetrhim at that pint, the Ashtbmatioand Consnmptic; Hepat--in this.table an ad .' .9ll I ''o '.. '. Loxicnst as a family.medicine.; 1 have used it
:, i V&iV'Wlt.IJlttK'S ltoi;'VEUS1tYAIA AVESTE, or' any other designate;!, Q pra'cUblo derangements!"'o( tbIAver, Spleen, ditional rate will be 'KS a a .5 ft'. o CASES,CURED!. with good success Yours respectfully

4Coi1iuito; givehs prompt attention'to there ar- S .JanI22iS52..4t.t.. ( ;: ;'f.; 7-t 1AERIOANANDFORE1GT& &0.; Tonio Pil and Bttrsfoi the 'DyspptiCj charged' ,. /. _0..2. SEVEN" S SWART..

; rang nana prosecution of claims before Con- Antalglc. ; : ; 5' ....J.T. ." ": oj 0 1S.-. ,&11' I ; au MJlE Cxxxi,Fu;. 9,l8b1MrPoIn -.- S Jacksonville,Nov: 17.1851.
and gouty ; Z 1 1 : o ;
relief of NephnticyUtarineVRbeumatic lt, Mr Poinsett-Thia will'inform' that for \
Li S you :
of the Executive '
greji r'ny. Departments.- It ; ,, .'AGENCY ,' tl:1: pains?Poenitetme Pills,'and Mixtures,for arresting 5- -' cts. Ct./ct ;, CtS'C; Sins For the benefit of.the.''afflicted'you' can several.years.I I:have suffered much.*3."different '

1 Qalnxi, .>.arising, from the Revolutionary, Flori 'CITY'OF.'>yA8injgGTOlfj Pelcitottuto et Jecunde,)-neucous and On'fl oz: or under.i: \ 1' ,2-- '.3 ,4 5 publish the following; have had seven, eases of times from Chronic Diarrh a: l'haTe tried your

or Mexican wars rilnvalid, Revolationory. Half- "direction : ; urr' or Widows' Pensions Naval TTNDEltthe of AA' ONfIAIGITU. tic, fornterine and othe tf j CC-cI'.CCn3' 3 6 '9 '12 ,.13 which have been cured by the use of your most and have reason to doubt its beiDg'permanenL ,
pay, ; or Army; PALMER of Newjrork,. Powders and Potions'for reducing .
Ointments, '
dropical ; w untyrLand; *rScrip1'under law of.Feb, 11, 'INGTON .5ETHEN' of New droJsicl.aelg CardiacolPills, for i 4"l'E' 6,'! 5-10 ,15.120' 25 Yours respectfulrjr,[7JOHN; PRICE, Jr. present you this certificate;which you
:al&ffJV.August 10 ; tS Orleans, Attorneys .and..Counsellors of the 'Supremo 'diseases of the blood tt g CC. Ie .< 6' 6 ,
; Arrearages of Par.ud of the United Statesv-fi : : Pills for renovation of the constitution S ,,12 18' 24 30 can use'as you think proper. I will, also say,
Court
,., .. > Alterative th ,6" cc <<, 7 U 7 14 21 2335 STILL ''ANOTHER.I that'in eonverslngwith who have'Dlecl1QU
doe .Volunteers many
.> returniag Claims fore
; This establishment formed for the following .PilIs. for,dysentery.and <4 u -
i ; 7 8 .
4 Horses .. ." SS Antidysentre.. Embrocations for 8 16 24 32 40 I / k CreekFla:,Feb.lst.1S52" medicine I.have'not found one who did not-re-.
and other and
}JOlt T2xpye 'B ,
Property destroyed; objetJ. diarh tincture g4 .j." : n 9" .: 9 18. '27 '86 ,-45 S ceirereief.S -
} law in the Dear Sir Some time since"a member 'of
,
Court
practicing Supreme 'of especiallythose -
relief my
i incurred by Volunteers, before. being_ mustered the 'United States, and conductingprofessional the speedy of females.r; aetoD. 5-, ". 9 cc" 4' JQ. ..''IQ 20. ''30., -40, 60. family was very ill, indeed with a -Di&rrh a. I S JOHN C. LET, .

and received into service ; Waggornn&sandlTeamsters'tlslms business before Congress.2. .-*- (the former Iccue against infection,*and S J : resorted to several things'usually; given."for the PastorMethodist- .Church Jacksonville.-- -

;'.IariD I', sailors', For the prosecution and recovery of all claims i Wae'neutralizes by.chemica'process,any On DIRECTIONS. Disease bat none of them would afford uny re Jacksonville,De4th1851* '
.tc 6c.- in law or- quity, against the United before ''contagions tie 'ith; :; to 1. every transient newspapenisea1et.Olrcular lief. Your .Indian\Lbxecust was recommended S
.ts' '
4e4* Congress or the! or come in contact;) Colio Syrups,'for children; Discntients handbill, engraving;pamphlet' periodical, i by several persons I made up my mind to try it, Dr.E. PoinsettDear Sir: Three parts.or.
: Havint'aU: the forms .necessary for a proper against foreign: exeeltv Dprent'ofCommissioners. ,.for swelling,''pimples freckles, e.; magazine book,and every other.description of and am very glad I did so, as one Bottle'effecteda Bottle of your most.valuable medicine called In*

iI tLi1 :presentation ofclaims, (together with the rules .. '' "r Bar' Salve;; for sores j Unguents..fo? itch; sald head, printed matter the above rates:must In"all.'cases cure. .You will please-publish this-as such dian Loxecust' has entirely. relieved me of a severe

1 I,and regulations governing, the different De lLrt- _._3..For.tho. settlement,of -accounts -with the turn3&o.i) ;Collyria.'fer sore eyes; Dentiefices and be prepaidaccording to the weight;. T a valuable .Medicine ought*to' be' known to attack of .Diarrb .. I cheerfully recommend- .
State, Treasury, ,W.r"Nav. Post Office and oUutoriesfor the teeth'and gnmsf and various 2. henever any printed matter on'which,the the public. Spread it far and near in order that. your,medicine.to S tho similarly affliteS :
be is ''
,"jjinenU, prepared' ''undertake all claims,of Interior, Dpam ,,the,remission other r remedies-are manufactured to order, ;on postage required to be prepaldj;'ehill throughthe the afflicted may find relief. ,Years, &:i With respect yours&e:
2 'rut kind soever, thit' may require' the services of ,pDalUel. and forfeitures,for algedviolaoD chemical and pathological 'principles universallyreognized inattention' of Postmasters otherwise be p .-- : ELiJAh BLITCHd. S .THAD.C.SSLNDREWS.Sea ," .

{..fan Agency at this place. I : :: ,' .office, by the profession, and generally kepton sent without prepaymentthe same" shall" be, charged SS To DrE'Poinsett. -
pst D&, with'double the above rates. ->* 4 !P .-- Island Cottori Gins. _
; Office or' BAKER; 'I'.i <
l the Brick
,1l : hand at '
t
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Particular
attention J .
r
given to the '
settle
3. Bound books and elior JACKSONVILLE E. F.August loth 18. .
proper printed matter ,
4. For'securing:.letters for ;inventions opposite the Court House. : : par nruiE. SUBSCRIBER:tk..:'thisopportunity
: E enLfQuartormaterea.counts." from S the United States or From ,foreign Goverments. PRICE per bottle, phiaL box &e.. .,.wtthVdireatlons not weighing rover",82 ounces' .;" shall.,.be deemed' Dear Sir: This will inform you that one bottleof JL to inform the planters of Long:Staple ,Cottons -<
t ; 'vn7Chargef moderate, and regulated by the amount and procuring laud warrants and pensions for their"use, ftl.OO ': S /mailable matter: .. .- : :. your medicine,called :!NDIAK LOXECVST, has that he,still continues the manufacture of the
A. :alaimedand the extent of sor vices required.. under tho varou'pen8ion laws of the United 5, NS, in extenso, 'withinedi-' Periodicals published at Intervals not exceed- permanently cured two of.my negroes of a severe latest improved ROLlLER.HORSE GINS.doable
re "! ins States. .' PRESCRIPT; ,and from$3 to $100accord; ing three months, and sent from. the office ofub-; attack of Dysentery* .1 consider it an excellent' andsingki at his usual rates andIs.. ready.to
% .All communications; to .r insertion, musttJd' 5. For collections ge r U,/embraing debts, ing to contract and the nature of the case;'when libation to actual and bona fide:'subscribers, are medicine for this complaint, and take great pleasure fill all orders at the shortest notice. .J --,
b post 'dec 4-tf legacies, and inheritances in United States tho cure is completed; or,in incurable cases,when to be charged with one half the' rates mentioned in recommending to the public. For the reputation of the Gins,apply to the following .

Je: ...- I and foreign cQUntthLl5' .S. ; the relief promised i afforded., contracts in the last above table and prepayment of a'11&rter's S :'.-, Respectfully your.5 Agents, or to those who:have;them in..t
"J. SA'l\I'LHOYT'"Co. S 6. For the purchase and sale of land made in chronic when Spl postage thereon must, iu aU cases be1 required. 5 /'S.B. FEkNANDEZ..TME.i'tt .; AGENTS.S' .

13. the Stales or Territories of the i'an'.r Orders from distance, with money enclosed.. Periodicals published at intervals:-ttorei than : :, .,

: : .Intillu1sso: r! l: t R H IT1U'fin ing therein.-,moneyson' mortgage. ; .*-- real,estateIying; ; ,will Jacksonville/Dec meet with prompt, 12.attention 1851 5 must three be months prepaid.are charged' ""'with" ,the?""full rate,1, which I S S 'TllERE .IS NO FAIL IN'T' :'; 'ViUIoug Capt. B. {R.&By'AdJCtegIG thewood, Beaufort, S.0.'- ,
: T ; -
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; .' 7,.For'i estment' of 1ittn1ta.Siateaand .. J' ITt N' .-Injeose: there is'on or in any'newspape'r, t4el'sBeaoh, Fla.;FebJ i 5th,. .Scott,DeYeaux, Chorlesten. C. .- fc
fd ._ ._
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; stocks and of periodical, pamphlet other'printed matter or .J -- Thou kHarril Ocala, E.Florida.. ,., .
the'divi- '
The.Biiy1ng.A. & 1Ot'. Stat BUFFLWGTON HOUSE l Dear .Sir Having .usedyour most aluabl. Bisbee
-' .j and, generally for the transactionof paper"conDected"therewith. 'any manuscript of } .Fernandez, & Co., JaeksonTiJI..ESFJa..KR ..
[ i 4 ''EVERY DESCRIPTION (OF ,AGRtCUt-, all,business' to a"law;"-lean; and i ibanking JACKSONVILLE,.'EAST FLORIDA. any kind by which information shall be asked for, Medicine called IndIAn' Lexecust'with..complete ;'DukesrPalatka. -S-
t -,J ;-TURAL' IMPLEMENTS AND' agency:prbJ6g-," ? ," I THE SUBSCRIBER respectfully informs the or communicated in writing;or by marks or signs success in my family 1 feel it a duly I owe to you S. Hoyt fc Co;, SavanuaUGai. /:

{: eL : .t:,' 'M&C1IINERttL1i. J All communications adds d, postpaid, to- i general, ta tm Iu wi be all the said newspaper periodical pamphlet; or other and children the public hare been to inform cured'JOu of that a.severe myself Diarrhcea and two .L-Niblack & Co.,Alligator,E F. :.rLartiager ?
t Mesr.Palmer & and Foreign -' prepared Dard- printed matter becomes subject to"letter postage; -- Harris, Eliiabethtown;:' LdwadM
: .. ,ALSO. Sethen. Cm'lt first of and it II the duty'of,.t o' with it.-when nothing else would give us relief. *
:r .>.K f Agency, city Wsb5ngton, ,1: :day ; October neit,- Postmaster remove Coun\I.Ga.. *;'
,,1 i., Georgia and French Burr Mm Stenci j Ensopus, ana faithful : 'lcev'prompt \ about five.hundred feet front with piu.in front the wrappers and envelopes from all -printed matter Publish. this if yoa_please., ''Yours respectfully/- ; .5- :; ,ALSOr. -=& '?*

LI W ,..Colageo Cullin and Bolting Cloths: Also, every 1'ALMElt&StETHEN: .4 and rear, making (t & & .and pamphlets not charged with letter postage ;; S- -CRAS.BROWN., ; ''EXTBA BOXI 'AJID Bumraxs eaaTTEiateftM?

uIJ, jj.kind f produce KorUt and donth;and CASH paid j .omo No;5 Carroll Place,'CapitolMu'y3. ., in the South;'..udwiUbe able tqacoemmodatooveronehundredand for the purpose of ascertaining "whether there is 'I.i'To 1Po1nsett.l"q' .,:',_- : :1 ,= '- subscriber 'a\moderate rates. Person*'wanting

I.Lvt. j.. or-Wool. Hides,..Deer Skins, and Shipping Furs.SAM'fcHOYT. \ ;-: "S ", --S .lawtf.m- .-. ..r ... more particularly Mr. prson'. He'the' would South upon in or such.connected'package with;any any:matte such* or,printed thing matteror 'which 'f.: .!' r )'ACXSOffVUU.- 14aY.6&\.l85I.' S Gin*;.or Gins repaired,please --direo to-Arento.>,
HAMPTON : '
ft. L'/BU-BO._ : say This la tft certify it is with much &that I -r to, '&li. BURNSrS.Mary'sGeorgia.,-
( c / L&dtrnt for and the benefit of our climatebe would authorize or require the charge of higher 4
rL : Bounty General. heath. delightful a .. .}
Agency ** announce to the Public that I have been:effeetu .
i 1 . Washington D. C.JOSi1TWALEg to make all who : i--V" .Postmaster General.
lt :; Menrft-AHDEKso* & .Co.!,.Fu KLtx &BRANTI.KT b,1Htlu. aragement. for.may TOST OFFICI- DEPAUnaair/Jnne 4 tftiery,:by the highly recommended'remedy lOt \ S 5- :; '
: j and well cared : } 1851.
) p ,' WEBSTI &PAIXE, Swrrr, DcxstowCoH8avanaah will give this : : Mr..E'PflinMtt.- had resorted to many things'; S to :Notice .
,r ,.Ga.; W*. P. MK.W &,-Co.,. to":the 310 pmp Honse.;{ .J1e< Tallahassee,Stage. S Agency S is,..'at, = Jut ot.no an.il;1,1 was induced;:to<.try his very TO THEOFFICERS' AND SOLDIERS S '
? I4 .efiSr yt&l Jtcaouilfoots.'MASeii Ic Co..'Bos- LAND-CLAIHH of officers and iQldleri engacd 5- -- .MASONR Yj'l RICKLAYING.'J PLASTER. palatable and pleasant Medicine and to my great '
SAMUEL.BUFFINGTON.Sep
; ton Mass.; F. B. Looxis, ESNew in theFtOEiDj Wjuuter3n. : : eltherlotihe IIIDIAII k" r S ING &cr liar \;nTHE'UND x satisfactionwu: completely;cured">within* a few ;OIVHESEVERAL WARSSmCK-

I .2c.slLr$. Mc"E".', LDdoD. WA.1n which the v.Stt hv been engaged, 184185J. 6mjr v_ ':VPROPRICTQB.. R.SIGNED takef'tiift method of days and have not been troubled. since with that S THE ":RErOLUTION" ; ; it.&reoeii'Ac' .

t : .d' fcta A USh, 18S1';" slpt.'i-tf. :: or the WaLwith'Oreat. of 181j-1 the public that he is ready'to do ,so much dreaded disease.. bf Cong r";ottcinPiia'diers .

tt" '" : ,n, ., .cW losy? MILTUEY&e-: \tCL1NCH] :JIOUSE Bnckfcyiag;'Maspbry, ?asterlng'Stueo; ,W rk, I am happy to say oth r immediate cures,ha"v B (who have not-received)"ale".entft1 j
raoEarr
b I '", 1 'vPLi1ESloll ; and t ; ate. '&o.; :Be'willtupiish"plans: and ''drawings cone,under;my own>observation within a few; to BOUNTY LAND, for servleM of 'od.IIIOD :
}mkTEB, DJtG Ti ny dearptru :rur an Agent :' THE.SfJBSCRIBER- 5 when desired by persons for whom:he flengagecj days.' I cheerfully add my mite to the already o#more' the widow,and minor ehiMreo.rtftodeeeasedVar

flpRght is:" ; Ga Attmyat WahIDg Land to exeeute work1 Without extra charge,.lSi4 great amount of;teatimouy1rithrega.rd..to'yow &alBO entitled.- :Th S"11" ?*? "u&
; g ; be |5- other .1 hal'Teeenily, :Opened & ?
: Wan ",1 CU_ well known,to-the -cithens of Jacksonville as' Valuable Medicine i.m-re5peefuu1T&a.; 'd: .-:bbS
a jmdertake al aodrst&eOmpei
$ $I a ,'DFFEf$ for oale'eTerya' ; tIcle in:.tjs U dare will the be proportioned!. t' a thd. above House;!fwenld re pccU1i!, sop competent-mechanic, and work he has performed S .1 ''" '- "' -S. .lr. HEAkN.Jr.. claims of those, :interestexU;;Havinr been employ-
case, ., ** licit tho p;&roD&g.orthe publle.e2heres -
ft. 'liii. qr business besides 7. dUleu110r ? s- already for citizens .ToE-PoinsettjE; .
-f :. in':C9nn .at this time some five to six rooms of the'place.he refers to as ad eel in Jl'liblloo8ice for ieveriIrs,his eZpeZifl'
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nnoeonpled "
t .' "Sod-it Goi S ao'ad or '
Gas'.tAmpvCamphjneI's
addiLi.onallVidene of his
Attorney! who mayiempfoye& severalof the.ioine with:'fireplaces.The HouseIs qualiAcaiona.Ii 3AC30NVIU.EM$72111to Inneh ma&\e11 will.eQabl Jifm..to..aff .,
Warranted Flor OQK Casts and ,
jFrcsbsr4en Moulds
i for AND
oruamen1-P faCilities el
9 tend claims'on'terms: within one hundred and fifty'yards Of the Post 1S, S S a>u JUT r T-: -
..... .' ,( ''R,8td 'l mal Bounty be agreed upon.3'Letters, [which,. wha Office and wharves. The undersigned'is'Agent' "tng also furnishedrV"- .JOHN IVE&S t ,.D ar Sir rl consider It toTJwi'matter"::ofi'duij.. SIONS/aaa save them a TsreatdealofiroublandiupenM.
i '*,: i. ,\ wW for Gen.&e'rlWrh'Offii Coach ..nd'tw1 lT.B.CTo'Aexperience;: : aSyheburnne' ) inform you that!'had been;,;laboring-trader* .! Wtar*'**-obtain uotiUf. w.
s"
.1 .At .h olesale :" p'6'":'' 'R iedte ttnnt' orle in Very Violent attack JJiarrhoea whlchbaffled th UmadeHAlI Utters OII-paI4.m reoSe,
I 14roWrr. J : _. ., Hack MaU lip .' bt.hlearlngfot'Ocala"ml.w ek- putting up.8ugaz,Batteries,''and)i charge ._'
.. _NDr, Spirit..aDu&tud. aD .hrarsh, : I' S 'T 1ij1'j' 1,. Fpi farther part.Ioularf appl-tb ot1Ioe. of.., liGitl.1rprJl.1n' that line, 9CJ that he can rivaon skill 6f twq' [Physicians 'and.ren4eredme; unable & '\ .'u4''foraf'. .< .
and the # th5&mplet ttA todd any Work.; But fortnnatel1i when abost.to cUonI sent.. .L1 _1.'W .
fo aeINIOr.puchu S ; JQD-i&N TIN tht1 l1rJP P9 pcao and Na1, 4SJ If .twet.1 4Charg ttPdu \t '. .
,; i five m all hope of obtaining relief I heard ; .'O.WBENNE'1'T,AUOUr
Southern .. JAMES "1 W: ever
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N.' : : .. : XWTiT.KUCtUTtD AT TOW Jr'lcif.t p Pa.Jatka,January 1852. u.,1' iackzoni11 ,.Ma9i$51" I of jrow'"INDIAN LOXECUST anoMhKuse; W -
f'JI S '- t t: t .5 .' J .. '.' ej ,,11 t: of fly* Boutin bu Wltlwlj Mrtortimt to> lth,L 1 October 1850. S $f 55..rt

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