The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: June 3, 1852
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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'I *' ii --' r Wminiitratioir.lasljeea'em.n&ntty i proceedings tofiWhigsCinS Alalama I m "
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la tbU great wo rid of onrt; : onrrbodyf .wnencalled ;:nppn; ttetvaripnsomtslpfjlaw.wiiich' nationaland fM rg
Thert'i work fbr me-there's work for JOBV at the',Mat Term.1852,.of.the Circuit Court, ( Iiavetarisn ji i6CoIvT.r.GARHiE.'tbe the people. So. :has been approved by wbich-we, ;:.published weekr.before; ;iasl i apitedto':*wljI SW t.i.ini: < '
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no '. r. we.jiovr:.add,those of,Mob51e : Slaj/lW 't\'r fcVSSa5
W. hUe a mission to perform'' 'U .would,respectfully presen.t1). Clerk t .,. and...Mr.. ,G-II, Smith', It,b.eenatopposition.hu: eouhtijj i : has. hexeJneet.in '. ',' ,/.rf% __ .

Then A pod tousithe of tl'1lJUO soul fill and; .eye l.. : the. : arm:o'ji,: ; .That,yievf with ntert'iiny an J every Sheriff-''-- .of'the.cpunty.' -- .e!/j t ".' .:'. ivi 'n for Congresshas',;V,point 'of. filed't&.attack; }and'a',IlCCi tlc 'bee held,:resulting the"adoptionrof.thefolIpwingjresolmionsSJ 'E.-q totb Chair; j: nd;T. ppowtiasiEyS; '

And bend the loft, will. .- effortS made: for ;the amel o tion" and: improvement .The);:Grand Jury,request-that their: ,presentments against Ti:npbn alingle question/.ay4aciiajoi.iIy'J 'u t.J vyThat tbe tl1L', .J Amo Esq as Se rst :iel the'object*
Fame may not grave oar name* in fcrais,, & the'co\lDtyof.Mo- f'the eetini fsf i mOtii''iJipotthree
Or monumental stone; of i the condition of put State,'we, be published j in.the-two.! papers But our advocacy;his'tlaiins.is based ''M'5 l : *? '.la '?T' .o?.Alabama being.repre- ma iid; r tt1): : i '
Bat Virtue trophies far sarpass would':-express our:gratification at'the endeavors Republican""; aQd 1 u.News,'!1 ol the.town. of upon his firm'nnyieldingsupport of the sentedj in the Whig National Convention ,1.' .".. t. .' pen .

What heroes ever won.There's that are'now making secure the -J '> J- T --f -**- Jacksonville.i Compromise'; sures: -Ent riQg.upon .the to be held at. Baltimore on the leth'of. !'June tQdraft.lesol ..Tbfti Cha.apoit.

\II ; *. ; OLIVER]'VOOD, duties of.his office when public opinion was next.1U '*-- .' .tA'.t'J.( s." Dr G..D, Fisher, Georg F..a Batch Ider

Whate'er something Be for ns lot all-to. do, -. improvement o'f the navigation; of the 'St. Foreman- .of the GrandJury.- divided upon the Compromise, be unhesita-' Kft(Thee other coUTItienloOcurri( }.That and John Chain the'Commzttee'who tetirtd,
may our
John's.rnrer-the great natural outlet for tingly gave'to'the plan of.settlementthe iiiluence this CongressionaL District. do hold a Convention ?
From JewelTd royalty unto HENRY E. W.: CLARK, Sec'yl: a n-inV'sbort.Vime.; :returned: n i #
ff.hi position. and itspassaged aCMobile 1
The peasant in his cot. the produce of fEast Florida;; The)opinion .- .' cur Oii'Tdesda18h',1ay'|
There's ignorance with crime to stay, 'The 'Oeorala.\Vhls' J -* He placed himself boldly and ttneserredl > inst, for the appointment1 iof 'delegates'} 'to the following i preamWe :ftnd/jfeaioiuU9nt
And God's own truth to spread; universally advanced; seems ao ns to- be -. .i> '. t&; *. :i_1 ,v spon it iheTjasis, of his'admirfstratiot said Convention1 aflBaltimoreTand'thatTen, which were read and'noanimouBy 'i4opted:

Despair And and want to chase beams away-to shed sustained by! satisfactory proofs:that:the The following are the resolutions adoptedbythebigmisting' --a*-the: prominent;issue by.which. ; delegates-}beuappoiaMd bytthej Chair.to:attend : an editorial'wbicV ,ire4 IhJ 1i", ..
Hope's bright ; obstructions bt the.Bar'areof character t to be!, ,the .the Convention Mobile/1 ,.: .... r S
Anfl not 4 man in this wide earth,' -iac :! of; Baldwin .'coanty xyas judged as question npbn St sa la-aidte: &ge&tiJJi ih :; 4PtJ
XVho holds the Christian's creed, susceptible' .being permanently removed, our-Jastt ,A!, Convention, ,it 1reffrred. which it was to: be approved or c9 uddmied: Itt That?.the.-delegation i from? this District of- 'a Convention of'the"Wbigi'itbe': !
Bat may hand down some deed of rth.' 'to"IO Inendorsing[ his.Adrninistrationwe! i endorse be instructed to cast their votes, in the'nomination Western Distrkt-for the ptrrpose IbTYe."

The*jet_ nnbord__may__ read. BO. that. Vessels, of large draftcanntertthearbor will te'seen, is c l d,10 meet in Milledgeville .. the CompromIse''measurevahd. testify our 'of ;President: andVice' President' i ,commending-? snitable:''cindidatenfor'tbO

u u and by the outlay ,of :a. ..smallimount on1 the"7th instan'to.whichthe; persons approval of that wise i ; plan iof settlethentby' t. : the United:States, for no; person''who is not' ', 'office of Gpverhpr.'Representative( tffCbnirgres.y !
of expense J and, by the same ,named delegates tes are Seaton Grant- which, when sectional bitterness 'and strife known to bel.ln i ; favor of the Compromisemeasures Electors5 for President fftnd Tice
-; threatened a dissolution of the Union; : /or. we shall,<"votefoF"ione othtr.That President and
CHARLESTON. scries of the House peace ; ; selecting Delegates'the
Rznyxi IN i means,' Light now endangered and'M Grieve M. J. Kenan D. R. Tuck-
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interesting meetings has for some time been and harmony were '.r storettthrotighoutiits we.respectfully:'recommend to the ''National Whir Co Jentioriian.J.ria..oing;
of -
by..the encroachment the river''on. the '
carried on iff,the First Church and the Went- r, and S. D. Beecher: orders. The opposition,'to,the Fugitive Whigs of the different counties of. this State, ,Milton as the"lace ami the first Mondky
worth-street Church of this city. In the bank upon which it stands,"'caji be 'permanently Resolved, 1. That oar unqualified approbation Slave law at the North has been' bitter and to hold,similar meetings for'tbe' appointnent Ja'June' aai'the.Ume. ,' for.the'Western

former, 36'persons-16 whites and 20 blacks secured; from the operation of the is due 'to Millard Fillmore for the unrelenting. Mr. FiJlri relit fearlessly dong of, delegates to said Convention. with ;Convention to" meet; and'thereupon! Es*

-and in the latter 9 persons-4 whites and causes which now threaten its destruction. ability, impartiality and patriotism manifested i his duty, has',encountered this!:opposr. similar instructions." ." I (cambia'moved in the matter by givingno1

5 blacks-have already been baptized.. The From facts recently brought to our' notice, by him in' his administration of the Gov- ion; and' has arrayed against himself"the The- Mobile Advertiser, noticing, the 'dis- tice; through 'th \.G zette, ''for a' Whig _
rnoientof these United.States. ree-soil a Abolition party of th .N rtb'. 'meeting' appoint'deIegatesdes jtnatingi
meetings in tbe, Wentworth-street Church cussion which took place 1 at the observes
were instituted at a more, recent period, and we have reason to believe the danger the Resolved, 2. In gratitude for his fidelityto The faithful execution of the Fugitive Slave Milton as the place, and the'!rst Monday

hare, therefore, developed; hitherto fewer Light House is..imminent, and that duringthe the Constitutionand Laws of his country law is the point upon which the contest between : in June as the time, for the Convention: :

results. The prospects for the future are 1 prevalence of storms .and. gales, it can ,and his'devotion to. the preservation othe ( sectionalism and the Constitutionmust "It appeared to be the unanimous sense the West :'and subsequently ,has -

encouraging in both Churches. We have j scarcely be expected ,that the will Union,,and in justice to the moral firmness be fought. Upon this point, so vitalto of the meeting that we ought to be"represented assembled in Whig meeting,and appoint
keeper the Soutb, Mr. Fillmore committed in ',the. Convention.. There was no .delegates! designating Ucbeeanna
every reason to believe that .the Lord is and republican character of his administration l as I
about to perform a great work, amongst ns. I remain at his post of duyat the ,peril of ,-we. have those assurances which not by fledges' professions, but by the difference .opinion in regard to the resolutions the place, and the 24th Mayas the, time\

[Southern Baptist. J bis life We deem it, therefore, a'matter of justify ,us in. sustaining ,Tiirn fjor a econd record 0 acts as President of the as. reported 'by the committee but an for the Western Convention; but, before II
United His firm and reiterated declaration effort was made' to add 'a resolution declar- :knowing of the l
I the utmost importance that immediate attention term, over every other candidate at:present States. any thing wish !pf cki
LIBERTY NATIONAL CONVENTION AT BUFFALO. avowed to the people. ] 'that this law must be executed;is ing the preference 'of the Whigs of Mobile sOn, Santa Rosa'follpwed! .the lead'of Es"cambia -,

The Liberty party have called a National I should be paid to this subject, for..the Resolved 3. As members of the Constitn- the objection which is urged against him at for.Mri; Fillmore It ,was.:l urgedbsr l.the ,"and sent out'notices for:.L Wbig I

Convention, to, be held! at Buffalo, I sake of, humanity alone; for, in the-event tional Union Party of Georgia,that we approve he North. and the cause:pf the opposition mover that in this" primafy assembly' it was meeting to be held at this :time,'for the) .

New York, on the let of September next, to I of the Light being extinguished,it, will be of uniting with the Whig National which he encounters in .his'own'section of proper to' preference whichhwas purpose before expressed:stating i in said

nominate candidates for President and Vice L to, the, great detriment of our, increasing Convention, to assemble in Baltimore on the the Union..', Shall..,we-, desert a man whostands' surethe meeting1 felt'that;'in' fact,1 .nOtice ;thati Milton would, be, the place ..
President of the United States. The call is the"' so broadly upon*oar platform Shall Mt. Fillmore'.was.the; choice overall others and the;first.Monday'in ,Jane[the ,time'iIor. I
6tlrpraximo, as' means mOst practical
approved by James G. Birney, an extensive trade, and tp the.danger of the. loss.,of life to'secure preference"and; that our dele- we seek elsewhere' for pledges of soundness of the Whigs -of Alabama, and :that.,we the Western Convention :' 'Be it,'

land owner of Ohio, and Gerrit Smith, one ind property of those engaged.in. it., We gateto be appointed thereto be instructed to upon ,tbe/Com'promise/ measures.,,hen' Mr.; should publish that fact to the.world. On ,! 'thereor:1::

of the wealthiest land holders of the Stateof would, therefore, earnestly urge upon .our vote; in said Convention for Millard Fillmore Fillmore has made their'suppo'rt the test 'of the'.other ''hand it.was said'that'if We'consented i.'Resolved, -That Santa..Rosa will not bar

New York. The call is signed by Fred.' delegation in Congress the necessity,of for' re.electionto th'e"office of President his Administration 1 Shall we seek else- to'go"i|to' the'National Conventionwe selfish in the matter, while'she is"Dotdi!

Douglass and three others of New York, of the United St te ,togetherwith a"competent where for a ,conservative, (national 'candidate should leads to 'the, Convention at Mobile posed to or will she disappoint'Escambia -rf .
and by representatives from Ohio., Pennsylvania ringing this matter to the notice. of the pro- arid approved individual l for the officeof ,. when Mr. Fillmore has boldly'made the; expression of.the. opinion of the therefore .her)Whigs are wiJlin ;to meet'

Illinois and Indiana. per authorities, and. endeavor to. "procure a Vice President. the,issue between sectionalism and the Constitution Whigs of the District ; that there was no their brethren of'the other .counties:of thet

THE CALIFORNIA FUGITIVE SLAVE Bii .: survey and thorough examination of the Resolved,.4., We recommend to our fellow encountered the fierce opposition doubt they wolld express truly that opinion; West in Convention,at anyplace. agreed upon
of' the ultraists of the North and the South that with all tL.e feeling that exists in favorof I but'are''nof'prepa; d to.,admit;as.con
The Bill which has passed the California mouth of the river and adjacent streams, in ilizens of the Constitutronal! l' Union.Party ;IJ
by his national administration of J the General Mr.-Fillmorp, : it would. be more:consistent tended 'fotby'Jaek5ori ,that.Ucheeaana is',
of in in the State
in relation slaves counly
Legislature, the surrender to fugitive their reference. to the practicability of.: this improvement unite with every in thus the Government V"' Shall we desert him;;'andsay ,withoor duty BS Whigs,'and with' the step the most easy' 01 access.. ? ..v, ",". -
provides far to original to" us sustaining man '
at an early day as possible. I in effect' Northern Statesmen',*that it was propose! to take; to do nothing dicta- --Resolved; ; "That theteeilelegatesto."reptesentSantaRa h..irmar.ppoi #-
masters, of all colored .:people in Californiawho of our choice;and-the'man" of :the people, '
slaves before Being fully,sensibleof; the great inconvenience .sending delegates 'either or by here fter, "lien* they.sacrifice themselves torial; bntleavc the result of.the nomination, ia,
were they.were brought ; inrperson
into California and who and of the session to'ass mble..jn"Milledgeville 'on the for our interests, and onr? rights, they must subject alone to the known soundness. the the';contemplated.Convention,o1:the West,,,
were .so. brought expense attending prox "
]. nominee on the Compromise to the actionof for the aforesaid V.
.The. Free-soil purposes ,
not our
the admission of that State 7th Jar fnext for the of'selectingdelegates.to expect ; ; -
to into day-of :
previous of the U. S. Court in purpose
'Augustine; to a wing of the Whigparty: the North have the National'C 'nveDtion! Having spoken Resolved-Thai ;&lillard 'FUTmbre, forthe\
the Union-thus virtually 'repudiating the 'pumber of ..baying.businesatb ,theJ.WhigNational t 'emphatically on 'the' subject,'we could able'firm aid'pariotic manner in '
1 great persons : Convention Baltimore in accordance with sent ex-officials, as Delegates tp the, Na- 'w.bic .he'Z
California free ,
doctrine that territory
was a who'were 'removed not be. mistaken, and that; fall where .the has .dl1unlSt red.t1i Government. not'only>
by virtue of its old Mexican law, and owing ttf inaccessible. position, the third Resolution a! ove. iohal Whig Convention, : ,
held it of io. the Resolved 5. In .. by Mr.' Fillmore because they opposed or choice might, as national Whigs we" coald! deserves theconfidenceof: the,whole: count,,
we matter interests
that slaves cpuld not .be there to .service deem a importance thus-expressing our'pre? *
hindered the execat. on'bf the Fugitive slave' not fail to support, if, the nominee was in t'rjftbut! thatweja'eperfect. 'confidence.**
I for Millard Fillmore disclaim I. ?
after the conquest. Mr. Van Buren, a of a majority of the.citizens., of East erence we raw.M 4* fact true to the Compromise and to., the, Constitutional bis :honesty, capacity:and' patrIOtism;.azul
member of the Legislature, who figured in disparagement, the noble) deeds andireeminent.abilities ,I ftbat
Florida that it be removed to some more ; ,Shall we commit him to the tender mer- rights of the South.. his uot.bolyreceiv'eiour'r
of. 1
New York at the last I'residential election, i for Daniel,.'Webster' Dft'ese' men,1 Shall we, by inaction, .So much appears to have been done byway unqualified and,!hearty approval, 'J but that,
as a Freesoile.r, ,voted for it while Mr. eligible! position the.convenience 1.those As a.statesman, he is above all- : as a'patriot cies r
; the
aid his enemies V The of ,of.concession.a concession of all prejudices his fe'deCtiOn't Presidency would'be a.simple''act .
B.roderick. formerly a New York Hunker, having.business in..said Court. We would, let a letter cast the first stone Ills claims Georgia indirectly jn the National Whig Convention; against persons, and in. favor of a justice due.. the foil, faithful

bitterly opposed its passage: It is 'saidthere ) therefore, recommend Jacksonville.as a.convenient upoii'our'party, and tlie whole Union; are bia.Jnotnioation. The,b< i.<;'PpSsibilityof high principle,without which it would be and efficient nne',!-m which'!jiejhas.Iper-.,
are no slates in California to ;which accessible -and many and. ctrpng, nd wo.utterno Icaa tUarjur tnay.oceuca ; 'out of' the bold l formed nis duties 'daring'the -
everyway more wi'deg1are'wWOVLD such 'tt' resulf make's it our imp'eralive .questionlo il.i"p- together .past mos\ trying
the Bill wilt be > feelingsi, prorapt wh'eH ? '
applicable; ,
-for \ 'duty send delegation' to'that Con- V ; and Critical period of'OIl ;'ezistence as a
suitable place holding the -sessionso.f f
IMPORTATION OF SUGAR.AND MOLASSES. : LIgT.TO HONOR. HIM-' : veritionl".'triumpu'wiH be Cthe triumph ":"Ba it Cannot be misunJerstood .that nation{>Dd whale .hi' re-lection .would'not I,
said Court, and,would respectfully call the Resolved, 6.That said 'Conventi'be requested :' Mr. Fillmore is the choice of the-Whigs of only evince:the intelligence 'and:
and palriollsm.
During the year 1851, the Importation of the of the South of bur principles. His.triumph -i. ; ,
attention .of the authorities to--tbe to instruct delegates they may this 'Alabama would hail the of theAmerican! people
f brown sugars into the United States amounted proper National Convention wodld- be .the''triumph of the South part j' they demonstrating*
to the
to 366,537,861 pounds-value $12.832- subject of i its removal.. appoint their.influence Whig, -tbe adoption against,political.;heresies- North and South, nomination with.intense 'satisfaction- :and I thereby.their.ability,and dispbsitron ,approve ;
to to.
use secure
I 274; of white or refined sugars 17,000,000poundsvala We look upon the efforts of our citizensto and recognition the"finality of the Com- which have'sought, to overthrow it and set. would' ,, go into"' .the canvass with'a'spiritaniIenergy and'sanction exalted merit honesty of ''.'
$1,000,000.: Of molasses and it aside. His triumph'.will rebuke the.Free- that, perhaps, have; not', be ii.:felt purpose and faithful;serrke,;butthat.in'; "
I t there were imported 36,376,772 gallons, secure from the Genera) Government good promise.measures then; failing.retire .from to secure said soil faction., 'of the North;Vnd nationalize since the election of 1840.! Yet the.Whigs opinion'it; would,:be th ,best mans off

I. valued at $3,707,581-maJdoJ the total valuation l lands for school pqrposes iu ;:lieu of the such Convention recognition,,. unite to with Union he principles'.of the'Constitutional. Union. here will not insist. n'any'thiDg save the putting'a"full stop" to('thatagitation' whichhas
yand tb.er. '
of importation of ,these two articles many worthless.,sixteenth :sections grantedfor delegates taking''such action'as they'may party of GeorgIa Therefore one great,j ''wicoflipromfsing' dritecedaif. bf.soundness : so?long'and1 so unhappily exi.stedia"thisr" I
'unquesttooableozi'the Union; jLnd which still :! xiat.i .
one-twelfth of said and for.the Resoh'ed That lane H./'Ii. .adjustmentof i seems tp y
$17,589,855, or nearly purposes equivalent deem for the prei nation'of'the Washington; '
the value of the entire'imports. for the'yearl sixteenth i sections entered..jn :'the.numerous Jnion necessary and the salvation of the Constitution; James A. Nisbet-'Johri Hwdemtn*U, and 'A UUB.i .' i85o,;!,;.frvcr; t;::;;;: _: ';); : lODe.degree: "alarm:1 andrthat and ''that topfa' it.V" UId..not* to'ba'without ;
SL Ella;be appointed represent* j in the Con- be'.tht.
amounted The
which to $216,224,932. Spanish grants, in.which no: J lands; for this Resolved;!. That,:this, .meeting .appoint venti n.at Milledgeville, on the 7th of June, in- Fatal and Melancholy. Affair.A best guarantee- e; 'of.future. peace i .at home"ret
principal .import of .sugar is from Cuba- flu[ delegates l tbe..ConvenlloQ to be,.held straoted to send delegates to the'National Whig abroad,'and the'permanence and !t,
pounds, valued at $10,000,000, object has been reserved,as evincing a laud. favor of Mr!Fillmore,' : spect pros
276,000,000 on the 7th proximo. Contention in or some fatal- occurrence recently rtookirplace; ; 'f ".' "J
that other man known .tof.be equally sound-oa he perity.'ofour'Upi j: "I ;
coming from ,Island.BAHAMA able desire to secure the-blessings of a good '
Compromise.with power to Jill all vacancies 7 at: ofingtcnIa diana i ifesnldngi Jthci : ,Resolved, Thatfwhatevef. objectioijs" we?
LIGHT,HOUSE.-It was mentioned education to-their'children-ran: evidence of BIBB UD"MONROE COCNTIE3. lliiolwd/''hat the other counties of the'Stawbte death'of' Cap'tain Duncan,' brotber-in- aw Of had;tO: the!'series'of,'measarea 'commonly..called :

sometime since, that on the 3d of April progress which gives good..promise ;of .the The', on Journal and Messenger and requested'to. '-send- *delegates' -! .to,"said*..Conven' tht Hon;'Edward A. ;;Hannegane, formerfy the* .'Compror JSe'! Jet.'we'Jay.hem'l'n *

the Governor of the Bahama* had directed it welfare and future.prosperity pf jibe State ; the Mill Jgejille Recorder contain,the proceedings 'j tiI'I Senator from that i Stated'difficulty're upon the altar ofatrotisin'and regard,

to be notifiedfor general information, that in the 'counties',of:Bibb'and In 'Mori- of trivial character be. them,as a final, settlement: .i i'principeaa4! >
and would urge:upon the: Federal ..Governmeut heldf .f1M01'.roe'County. meeting ported ;a" ,':happened ;
sub t ; of he dangerons
the roachinery-of the revolving light at Gun nce : : and..e.xciUng I
lbe Monroe 'in .addition tothose of Baldwin, roe cotiby..hel t -on: ihi 22d;nlt;, 'adopted tween these two gentlemen in the course( !
the. pf
Cay (Bahama Banks) had become deranged : expediency ; granting peti- ; ; M subjects which those measures embrace'and,
which CapC Duncan
from causes over which neither the Govern tition of the memorials, .senton; by;the ,citizens above given,' in favor of Mr Fillmore., We the. following'preamble* andn 1 resolutions" in.'the, Jace--\vben'slapped tbe' laUer.J Hannegaa suddenl are opposed to their further agfiatipn-t erev;
"' ? ;
ment nor the light boos keeper have,bad of East Florida for this.purpose.. extract.suck portions of them as we can find P-ported" ". 'tbrouha.committee.'** .f'V1. pfhck R.. :'P. stabbed\ rmeid. the. abdomenwThicb fore; MillardFillmore' isokArsfch'oi; (of?
: lection"will
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any control; and that the utmost exertionswere The practice of many captains of vessels room for,and are of. general interest: Fuppe, E.ashabman; v-vftf :i; _.j' -i resulted in death iii about thirty-eight "hours.' thePesidencyelvie.give'finaliiy i : that.hM'nnpromis'and re-,
the .
to secure making the to due repair revolution machinery of the, light.so as of discharging ballast. into.. the. river, we. Bihb.Counly.'The meefing .Bibb was As a :.portion' {of;;the;:people .ixeorgia, The' Wa'y'ette70urna/! f'-f- f : store peace to.lne.countfy.J.andas,we have ,

We perceive from an extract front a des- look.opon as highly- objectionable' and likelyto held on-the; 22d.nlti: J. HI R-Washington; having full faith!,and'confidence' in,the pa- f;. .i tp q iref! as'to[: the cause ot thedifficnlty'ts"origin&c no hopes :either.of, the twa great political} !
triotism of Millard Fillmore, i in his'fidelity ; ; Capt Duncan'. j invariably of' >'we
parties the Unipn'as'noy..prganizedj
patch published officially in the Washingtonpapers create banks and produce obstructions iij Esq;, presiding. Tbecommitteerappointedo %
," to Constitution and the l laws; and especially replied/ N thing"rt"ahothing.1 fare in.favPr''o.the."iDrgani2atipn, ot'aNa-.
of the 10th, dated April 24th, from the navigation. We would iecornmed.tlierigd report.matter for the' actionof .tbe meet. his Iadmiuistratio !,:s conservative .and seemed'determined. not to reveal '
U. States Consul at regarding anything Mod!Uuiort party, which sb de'clare' IA I
Timothy Darling Esq.
Nassau, N. P., that an interval of some enforcement,of)aw if any Act againstthe ingwas'.c( mposed'of!Messrs. Jas.'A. Nis 'aiid eafeon, the greataud'excitingquestions that would afford. additional'evidenceagainst 'favor'iof the finality of the Comp rocniseunqaalified. ;,
i Johnson Thomas Wood that-haye agitated e. country.for Mr. Hanftegan.. .It is-aid that,a .' approval.of. the Administration '
weeks or even months, elapse before practi exists ; -if'notthat, measures be bet; E.:Bond, E.Ji ; ,
,may several! years": 'desire: i as'we.believe it short time.before ..her died he observed that 'whose first !:
the be made. ofiichaias., 1.'C.Planti .1. Nisbetj/andiGeo.. S;.Rogers1 > ; Fillthore4'and! a1d bnlyscho'ta:
reptirs can takCnta securetbe passage : < "
necessary p 1 IS;out duty Lmake,-known, by,public anj be,himself 4was. to bUme. ) i is! tbougitbyso for;:;the .Preside' ol,1f.shall be. Millard' "'"

ANOTHER CUBAN INVASION..The Washington during. the next, session of. $e.Legislature.o'f. i t After giving'some account of the for- olemQ dectarati6n. xouipreferencfor: jilixi,. ie.ihat bo'madepriyat&"aee7aiaion! as more, .,, -1PS
t'i **
correspondent of the Charleston Cou.ciersayz me" state".. .. I .mation.and. obiectibf. : the Union'party.'the. as The 'prbjC catidate ,at' ihe'iext: J Prestk- to:the.'whole matter, but if so they have'nof Re3ov&4 Thatweapprave-..or the' conrwj '
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r '; n r> 0. : liii. '1 : \ .W 7.u..r..1. yet been-made- l1bllc; "H* died, after"8Uffering.ofl -
: -' most, earpestly as.a great committee proceeded-Say: x; .. (nsdiriiAntNationaTU'nibn'5 re. uciiiiai 'e"\lu" nc jiicici unit ucvauob wv pursued by.he,twelVe who, !withdreW'frpiatth'e' j
"KoRsuth's reception, and .his.success,in : present' : has 'M been 1 tried Land i fotjhd:true,.faithful;' l1'most infeiise" pain j calnT'ahdcomposed 'cancus'jecently held m,

raising mpneyfpr; revolutionary purposes, grievance, iheTcpmmpn.Jpractice i oV'rf{ 8J ; i partywhich should honest and conscientious;'!because';we, be.' at 12J: 'o'clockon-S turday Washington; !over!'wb[ h tne'.Hon ; W..,;!** "

have encouraged the 'enterp'rize against ;agents ncCoibers,I'pewittinggrOeStO.. t repudiate the sectionalism' tbe:North and lievthatu: der,his.administration!we'.shall. last !;fully nani: freely 'fdrgivihgr i Mbl Maiigum, bfi North Caro11D ,.pr 81dedD4',

Cuba.' A considerable' has been already hire theirown'time', andjnore'especiallyjnAui heiSoHtb! an4declare erna\ hp8tiliy;tO have.peace e. an JU quiet-i ;; that, the: agitation Hadaegan.n Immediately after the' jicifqr-, say,"' "\V ll 'J ne-O; and. faithfuL ser*.

raised by the' projectors of.a. new invasion exaipnaiod\ ; i1 ej : Secession, .Disunion, Higher tawsj;and.-t.'re .whi 1l po'1iong'disturbeaou.a1oiy? and rence, Cap. .Duncan:v req escdrheMa.1sofateritgof'wbkh ; vanta;".and1forthisamong;the"veryan' ,1S
county.. &
,of Cuba, ,upon, the_ issue .of scrip. Upon. ? Soil js"still.in"bur bpimon}he besjt means thtleatedV'the' Union itself,:"cannbt} ripen}into 'be and Mr.Han- btheiqved ,act lOC bar 'distinguished .
There are various rumors as"to the'time pears,to:be no lawpohibttingttndSterSEmpermitting !}: !?; by which1 the;objects of lthe Constitutional lawt'violative' f/tbd Coa tif tiona4dPtiasive .op ga.'w' remembers,'to:tak hint in"'charge.Tbey'did1 Rep'r S ntativ -Congress, the Hon. E.C f

when the. expedition i is todepart.: 'Should the same.t>tf j-un l'fS attention organization may bel. accomplIshed,' and by to tbe'intCestsM\ OPd jTUt sectonof soiaiidtbe: was tinned i* 'tnebonors'pf Cabell,,we decIafeTiim to DC"out first eholcasacandidatej'

the attempt be-one of favorable character, it pfj; our:next Legjslatoje.toi! 'tifygfufaffi i ;' which the ,oltheNprthpppnthe; ; the cohfederacjr :,d. ) : 1 !'. : thi'ordei'Sat ri1ay afternoon,; for' eiection;and'recom .

will excite the attention (and.perhaps pro- wUt sthje necewitv of rights of the\ Southmay bejnpatl, aceeujfully :'.'Wibelieye'ittobrour dutylo IDPPO Thefuneral 4ookrplaca"froffi: :'MrT Hanne- mend hirn tp our.fellow-citizens-of; all par.
vokej.hobOltility.of .France and,- ,ngland. '. trnst'they.- > *, ifi J.see* i.* **- j &* *fcr4r* **/.J passing} repelled With" this 'yiew, we, have the man, who. by. bin support of tb',Co66 an'a.residence i ; where 'CaptnDancan'I'died: I IThe1Iatter.'a'the ties"vas ;w6rthy'6f'thel '::18apport In"h..tp*f

It does npt appear that either pf those powei 'r.a $.peCial)8w9l't311' subject* *,-**and!* *".-.thereby* >, heretofore adv C d1 the formation f'sha tution, has..arrayed:;againstihini aU.ith>Jar ;only Jiving .brctlierjof f proachlhg erectiod* for Bepresentatife 'to.

shave ever receded from the'position1 they ",P-t vap ;', ;:;tu ...-''. bI.br party"abd'.bai ,apprOVed fitliea: ctioi} naticisrnof the!Je ,soiler and Abolitionist Mrs; HanneganVwho!! still Jiy.eithen pWect Congfbss. 2'Pt 5'T. ;JT
took on this subject when they issued orders r .Upon.anexarnIflatipp.'pf ii'jtncjsConntyTreasarer's f of the Union".Conventiorr.which. .which recently )3 li vini.this|,'we'f urther.Tecognize (.obli-; of, universal -piiy.,/-TJw .angQ1Jh'.ot.M Rtiolved'That we hail with 1 joy Jhe name

,f to tbeirWestIndiafleeZito protect.tbe islandof ( r. Bo1rs't.Report, wedisco-, assembled iri'Mtlledge villdeclaring that gation 10 give'1 binx'our'support.in,that'.Cpn-, Hannegan's mIndls'saittobenostOteUe! bfMajOrGrorge.Z'.ard jas &candzdaefor j,
'. Cybalromnyinvuion from this coun it1wpqldtakeno ,act ion.-upon the' Presidential ventionrbefore'whJch'his namewill bfpreBented'fornomiiiation -; and excruciating.! ;.The corisequeaces of his; Gpyerrtbr;for, as.-topatriotism'ability; and t

. try": President 'Fillmore was 'rery apprehensive ver the. County flundi1pror1, $ raccpijqte&. question! ":as i indictye1ofthC determinatlort ; ;The'ef t "; *..JJ.1ii.Mcit '. rash'act' have' nven,hiM\'fo'tf state. oseljbirderiog elevated moralcharacter-we.. ,. ., >Orp.j
:7' at"that timeT.tbatA.case! for, accompanled.jth"tbe'.necessary vouc o'thetUr lo1 1 iUiyw Georgia'to malifi '. aTeMlobeiftld .n:'l C ienU rJ on Insanity! .M,ntTEIGJaS ? t W Sil TW ari1.to.nohe IiJ' -r t '.D.,4A. '

of the Interruption!and "ligbP- ers ordesanrecetLn1enZ! _;. tahfitsindtpe d nf and '1solatedposition: '.' la .MuiedgeTill.>onritho flrsl Monday C .p.t iG itf ':s a t f 1th's.1 (7'W;: answer. yes.\ ,herefore" |bonbr'tc *1

American vessels by the French or British mined-tbe County Jail, and But that action-has ieenpraetically: repndirliot .:.111 Jon9.n t lo,appoint de1er. ',to represent id'Liekir g-lOant1'Ohu);dOrlng the'Mex..j whom.'honor.is due.. 'tL," Ar -,,- "$
. We bave e Conrentlbn tabe h :in Baltl- .
it i raise atd..4h lJolo :;.party.oGeprgia does 'this State ijrth [gef Resolvedfb a iLit.shall d eme4sdttNiMty ;
squadrons; ;,Should occori; 4 may. a,, impfovemeritand1 ath16thofJimenejrti ., w'"Jdj.t :.H\ aiiwarand ed'gaaantlrorfetherfieldo ; : ;
tl&meathec IlQtlJ.' .f .CJ' Y'Tne find'that' the aildeg-reqUires occupyllhe.ppsitjpn, of, its regularly:con- snore,2Jtttalvtd> ,.That sUstoaneuand as Southern !.battled Hejf is.brave!noble, and gene:' : l fji JJistrict' Cbgiventlon. to'iap jpoinypelegafeso'tbre.National '

, ( "Tbe"UAited repair'' frttne'jeeurity end t comfort. ofpiisoith5 : stitnte'd Coiiv i1uQni.I That Convention4 decUred1 inep, TC cordially approve of fhe IJ1iI1iatra'trot rous,anil w ..{,II nhantn; pqVIDg for.tb \ : ,Wlug.Cpn'j.veniiony'whichisio
: ; ; COLLWS 5TriMERi fiit wbtild tike1 ri61? action' 'President' Fillaior '.anct reobmmeh'd him; in
recommend'respectfuUytoto' l that u'pon f' ttvfayears, 1M!hly! esteemed for meet BaTtimore iiex|-
State Senate has','adopted the';amendment alfd.1, the Presidential question' but a large ction'of tA'm*ehpioe ag .; andi4ate.in the) nsnisg,Presidential demeanor.; 'Mr. Hannegan June,we'then that If National Con
giY DI'a. 4i ,compensation, to..the Colis 1ht had alwaysbeea.wartn riendsa ,recogn
Ti Lnbi'v: of 23 .I2l'' thisamendment : 'maki g'i tb'nbi 8ay *J3.4 afr rfrThat.we regard!tn't.Cdmprojqaseit and !
: otef 'to : 'be oonei by delegation to-\he'.National"D Con-: eanir* as final and tooaelosir upon the subjects UDr9rtJinaiefr 4crwe&both;' Sn mpe- the Comp.-omise'measures w hold oaraelvestblf

; we" believey'provideVfoFari. increase f prflpriatioi 1 for ,\khaV purpose'ottt:bfnheottrtj vention. In, the mean'time, Alabama'a1d'MI8&I"lppt.tt site. ta.ce and. 1f'b.ha'Lhe' M h'dh.,. ,. ,.<&cl. .- rt Zai1'it th'6utheoPthorreiicd' absqIze cI J Lttiowithtand:
of t1ti.Dumber of trips to twentysixa 1\ 'Hirbostf coop'eritionTwetavfe iere4to sn4 fa lt" -, c4yith m 'h ,'eat 9ft,
'f nndij not-;otherwise tfriprPpriated;: I ; : it Mfl1edg the 1'P4rf.r# t nIc.t
-recommended} by.jtbc Postmaster c t.4Iesoiv6'!& -\tel latel' .finaiity
Tear, rel'ed NaUonal oflth. qiwe comprumwei
.'siWa'-faribiif s&mucH of our :.ifrt. >&; kn4wtrojbaitolegcteat0 bt beD 4 hiquoth Tt& t ir'd ) #ifittpuj.41r. ; rjejida
.Gen and allows them. $33,000 for, each rredesthaV bvc 4apdonetL the.Jdea of I -WtJUt not, auttorUedr coi4nu .lJ *ttatccoante1 ts it&authotics :: o'fItb7 dmfyiatratoon of Fillinore,'and. ofT ,.
it : t ; pointed: they are .
itrip.; lieu of the p'resl-areompensaiipri: general l 'reitrnootspvoveme Hlitei l t' IhcFlm-, .such a jjarty as'iinpracticalI! ) .: ;,7 *tnonatituen'.&d-th8' iport Of *n7msnawbb l- JtS.._ I ,J '1 ;: MillariFUlmore} for thiPrefidency, to withvmj
, 'The mi1iieftb rindergotbe ordeal t o!.iWSl'J bn;*
,:fErij 'bf the .House; ptagft'" ifc*nticlpat. il'a.(.it wit c 1'J .! 'andfltir! :lbe?rein t t*bt fh'e ViJiteJ' tats! Bb'W'present 1 itself 1sswhart:shall;weelsewbere .,tail 50. *wh191. Con ,UttIon ha..bie, sn4feihMexeout10AetA. 1 d; .aha1l bto 6H l T I } tCt iT ic ina tr c 1ItiY t pointjput, cfcieojrif"I' O 9D.aaf;' :0-

,..: meet -with'.much' lPsisfioU..'- ,";-:' .f" tu': District Cda'rftfornW! iKortliero :DiBUiC61erdded1ObY dobiShall: yreJi W.JinactiOn. .taeitJfi. 11tt ; gv..s'uiirovIIo md saps'sMY ting't1W'f m:41Iife.t D e&\J.1 r l'N'wWtliDeJaw &$ $& ttl.nd. tauoganae,a nev'piut'nllIniqn4iart1 .
,l: YDEMCRATJO- oxyunoi oiJU$ ; : lt tbltre..are("po: on.tJtl1tiDall U DIQnmen bbie IrijhM th! 'j" .re; d'clfQllaitl.. ; jo'ji$ ,. ..
The Democratic State Conrentiqn of..Atb- Floiida 1 p1)'nd!d1ilY ,than mlthe'ranks 'of theDempfcttf mjesaarss'dist6ce. U'Ynm' ',.J.Jf!f 1),1'r race witb.compeutors.4 JhtfOlliic&1' field, ourqpmaioajthat! unlejw the partj..w9o aftinfeiyor / .

I waaJbeU the :3dnlt.Gen" Ibd Clerk k4t1113eabofQui 1 Court ct ctt.tafblsbedYtd party.l :Inattibn.'in(Y dchi*position, i a-1 q.uIh"If it aqyqnnlP'ft'{4istanc ihi :SrrV ?sWt i : .of the npalitjr of .th. .Compromi. t .:
: At.UuleBock oa 1I ,
;aas ,
Conway was nomintted; .f | natprs andHepreseillaliir! feCdOgrcMf > ; is'ftbfmaste'riy or' r.We'ttast'm'tWe f IJ j o 1,} t \n'H..lId1ittt t' rt1 .s.f i u1tom... .;t rawts.. .. ji E j bas-j,telectedf .t.. ajiot:.of Kthi.'admlnatration'.of. .Fillmor ._>J'J: -'
,to. c.Gor'p9rl'a.nd aitntiIn mMstiaebptbrn and 4eieitelyf1q'J4e : ,r in ,; anehfq.r o { .' Q'l ..., hia 4fl Td wag 'riiei'betw ', wemwhi .. 'tl,1 w .iJJ.'bfse 1tr d; ; ;:, .
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delegate<'appointed' r ftUesting their epetiil, ''fnal 1111 i itahlean4ve' dQ fd 't.b: JtW eTtiese'two! potntl b''bill..ttod t 'i6."ri heat crbn.trrOnhii thni i "U gtorjoui t1njqq' ';

a 'Co renikm. With'' ,instrjicti6nfcnWit' J'po jd t laylflg tftj itoeakeforft their5re pectif;ti not.1feSU'e-r tq jbandon r.T a ssngleprincpleof'the :L1 ot. ,'11-run{ li'1iJttf'o\ ,f two 1.b liit 11l t. tl ttea por t! "\f .e."JH :t f agi D"" ; ilii

.eiLber.Deugu4orBucbanu lor. JJ etitid-zh .:ft' n}.j Jli'kA Jlr b'i, /; bhstltijtfonallUurbnparty!ofGeorgiaibuVw"erdo .fltnrt flhles''a'Q'l1 U':1nt.2nj4"'Wt.at..sdlQJ'r : -1AbJM'1t .tl: Pop4. 10Yexnet.f0tCt. Oliititzep % -
iaod -aMPJJJ w. forVice.Pre81entLCQSTCPtiOfl t iO to $ "tfttf b.' >." ** +* .*.+' I'b
:weiena4t.iost:repdcJulltoil1bP flesire ombWorfstlie'-pplicy: -f :Jt'dr-'fr1i t' Jiecend? 1 h'y"Iu.llKOIJi.t
o&tit.P1ed..the YirgiDi.eS9t'i oj .' on .n"-"; a pnr !
eotoited i 1lJe. 4alreaiiy TOttdt6stabCslirkTBol! ICohiiertt''a'nlDe- neLCapcr5, .:.a .
U&ons'qf 1700,and.Ihn B&1IlmGreplatlorIJiR, 'Sug Vk biMrifoi'4b .intti Whichwt. bavebeeU'ConY t fttlon.1\wbieh 'hae Jn n -li'if""reC !iiJ fl bea1WGib1MNeiU t ..r ".,.for.Ete-inr.: of,Pr4enl L .Vice.Prf,1enpf.
f ,., itAj'is Qtnil5D.posftort1ltt1D4
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t''! J ,'jtt"'J.t. J J rJ thj Iiasdie i 1tt.J j t. Oil t' Gi "1':1 :;.lS''lrom tba N tf' '
.* fp&ljf ? been abanaonw bya prtin2c'D4crato t4rJrhader matcar .. ,A1 '
'H 1s.Aflm: d JI', 1'-.f*% t..w..
1ehDYUr = ea: h r &tWbWChIl b1s dtia B et, ur1ngtthwdftk J.U"'c1":1P" 'epreseiont4 ( '' 'ii t 1 oM& 4m ,. t..tbi ., 1. ,: ',r-f.
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tt0rYEurQpe1 ten in"N"YorMTlbtaf Ji T..ts4..*Jt p'/l to 1m bxn1ia. epa ft'\ C f.t;! C6U.Pl! StK Bt: .\ f df) J ill.:6. .. .tf-%. ... '._.h) tt! ''.. iwif'. .._.,t t bBi :... ., "pi. 1.: n tj' j. ,D4'3
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1 : n-be sn nable to the same laws and ".' -',fot their amusem and f 'tublle InOlnaitvfpfelM Ca.: XU- .qt wA,Jrf those 'gentlemen

gates George D. Fisher, George F. C.B&t b. L I i IJI tl&G L I rulca ch' own -k'e >. -....' 1 knew have 'u'w.
elder, John Chain Joseph M. Bowen Ben- ,IL 0 I Lii QI.eTidencwJ: are" madeeppli-IT ghgy in sucempoymentmoboi2 1'y 4., ; >, "' -tc'1'. i r.. t* to beta bitterly hostile to the
: : cable t1q krgeandrcspectabla; clasa of ; 1 ,)1 thea tastcswbilet1ie the 26th ColIpromiae-and yet
jamin Bowen, James M. Landrnm, E. E. : .! .4. nepft dJr_ \Vefnijday our effort not argue a
14 O K ON: TI IJ E: oui cttizeDJof[ | (| ': *' i- J.f' required to toerform.encHregulaxlabor into name "deairen to characterize
Simpson, Wm. W. Harrison, E. S. Amos J A 'J3* j f* j"- J, own' ; .L.t1t. I. ultan; eveni.occarred; tp'Jan a them, or any other
James C. McArlhur, Wm. N. Kain Neil ?? ,t .IThe importance And absolute' necessityofi.ffodin as shall bat'su'bae & tto,interests Uieincipientjexcitementwhkb' circumstances a special f ndividaals,*! ma disunion; .
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McMillan, Jeremiah Savell. Thursday, June '&SMS5 c citizens'of;this t'place, of their "masters. These are' thus rendered -'' had )'kindled in?our com simply "_ to pro?. from the W.
On motion and those Ifvirigu nn or adjacent'the diSobedient' and discontented with record,
what merit there
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Resolved That the Whip papers of Flo- PVBUO. MEETINGS.., .. .. St..Johns nfejr, eyeryjassistance anclJ>'TCKtSction' their:condition. No one man, or ,classof, munity..&bt&irM i A. man by the name of. Samuel these the pledge! made for
**! ,> M.r. ) & ::ejected TrbnTUieTtowa parties, by wfoF l
rids be wrested' the proceeding! which is mo Ct ex"
legiskrion can supply direct
tojcopj -Ameetlngr"cltizenaot Duval Countywas : men, have a right so to employ, or '
this meeting. obvious mind The attempts I about a 'ince, for a supposed agency press acquics eacej. he Comp- ,
; held at the Court .Ifiyjieksottville to'every? ; :; :recent even suffer his property to go,at:large,'.as year ; -'Z
r. :
.. Correspondence-p ; ol the N.''Y xprew.icWof Tnesday-evening--the55thmltimoj abduct, :.slaves,the:.communication to produce a positive injuryorinconvenience in jumeroua felonious transactigns,,with" the AStothisquestioncflring oar!' U weapon
-. 'L' on with ih< free State .ibe ,increasipg to other.members of,.the same'eommunity understanding i he was not again to'makehis of offence" that remaina t9.k IMI .

WASflIaTW.May 2t with regard to providing'some measures.for lumber tradedesignate" this as perhaps "prrvate.*feelings arid; i1 interests appearance'i in these parts.returned,in the wisdom of the BaltimorVe nVen ti.t'i

tD.J'Jesse.the North? Carolina ottMe papers in give.the .defeating i the nefarious.1 pro] fJI..PfX0"entice the most exposed tmdexcesidble point m must:of-uec yield ,toHhe-greater the.steamer of'that day.fnlly armedratrxetear embled 'befonryaerda1.
Mrv-Mangu Senate.yreyfcondemn] : !hlpi'jn"! ,tbe Birpngesl w"11oare'lrom; 'time to time' attemptingto the State.for/; / the operation of,the* .abolitionists good; a lo'! ., ..' ,"..,*?.*,*? -4. *C# irrepbrteoV.pep ral9'1.to Sf-nostileiStt- may-give-the South in'General C lS
abscond. '
terms proprIety aJmila'of, and be,>could not our slave p'opufation to and their tools.a, ttb.': > ,, ,{ NocanyourConunitteeperceivetliatsucha counter. llprbcee&e1 'to* his* house, In didate who is i in himself! sufficient offeSt

be.elected'to.an1:thing.novMniWiyc: part'of :Dr.H.D.HoitASDpreslded,'and' Major ,Your Committee have also directed their law would ft all conflict .with .the which his family.had' resided:;subsequent W.lthout.the- tl-9t, k ,
the State, I,,am toU' .by.well informed' .North F:C. BARRETT acted as Secretary;, attention;to the 1 existing.laws";regulating Constitution and' l ws'o!.the. United States his :former' be:'for'the the courae D"minor p< gJf wI ill.

Carolinians passing tbr ghbre. .In.. .tbe'Vi1mington Remarks-: -an'' eloquent, stirring' and tiring their bwri'timei and find by o.tb.ii: State: 3uj'on the"cb ntrary'; to ;departure/where candidate before minor

(Congressional) 'District to-re were made by S..Dra-' the act, 9fi828'Thoizson's.bigestp 5r j analagotts'StatutesTiiow'in' forte time remained. -The..news'of,,his presence convention t offices:, jt m aylJay don a

probate his courMthe} Whigs his passed a't pointed nature E& Colonels PSARSON SANDER th "any prsonwho shan suffer slav clearly establish the. fact':,that'th/i' ordinance again*in the community:rapidly spread, and ncketty platform' ,; alsQ tnorBvemphaticalTverifying : ]

solution especialy endorsing eo11fjuefMr. NANDEZ .with'it the :contagion of .A what is .far/the
h ld.bih4n, ri r trustee guardian, above recommended, aswelhas" ; i public anger. so I ngu1arll.trae
:Badge, but significantlykeeping silent SON and Biua-a4alsO'by'iUdge LIVINGSTON -. V V *** ;
about him-the.most strikingsort of. rep a latioR' Rev ISAAC'SWAET J; FINEGAN,Esq< ,' executor-execntrixj, \administrator, or ad proper and wholsome regulations r; our warrant was obtained, frooi'f the 'acting 'intendent' remark 'of a'n.J .

IK* Mrl:Mangum thus sees what he.gamed :' ,. ,: ministratrix, (except.'inSt. Angustine'Or free n gr' and popnlation-and\in of the ,town .(pen ding the;vacancy Democracy.have presented' a*front of prfn-

by his blackguard attackupon. the 'Ex- and.others.- F. w( Pensacola,),to;hire himself or herself onlj; strict accordance. with the character ,'and of theoffice by the, recent: regular,incumbent ciple that the unsonndness of certain of iu

iiressTand its editors. The following resolutions were unanimously shall forfeit' and l'f pay 'Fifty Dollars"'foreacK'and genius of trari( domestic institutions, are ,) and placed,in the hands of the Town members,upon the question of the Compromise
.Jt IB belkvedbere now r that eery.Sonth., ;adopted. :The first was 'proj4 stich offence; &c." Why the highest good of the cornmnnity. -
Slate including Georgia will be every demanded'by Marshalr for the arrest of'Gibson., This is our f sole.weapon of ft nce "
era Whig i t"SWART: and the remamdervby this law should have been by.thelegislaj ,-* .i. $ \i S. '
represented'in the forthcoming Whig National by Rev i ;;' 7 ,' : ) / f > officer expecting serious resistance, l late'.on It is due Crom'us to'remark that-we
'Convention 'and that the Vote in Col. B. M. PEARSON : ture, limited in its operation to the class The .Committee, in'.1elusionl recom, the afternoon summoned not aware, at 'tiie.ume :were

mass jWiU be for Fillmore." There are :Resolved,- --That in ,thn, opinion ,of this of; persons aboTq.. esignated, and not ex mend the adoption. of the following Resolutions ?Wednesday :a ments of the absence we penned-ourcom-
j of citizens and of
the house
some Southern men deluded) by New York meeting, the practice of allowing-negroes to tended to masters,and owners" slaves, ?, ;> posse proceeded to JfelatodAoa

Seward clamor, and promises, who would go hire their own timeis; prejudical the welfare this Committee unable' to perceive.: 1. Rs.oksd.Tbpt J this meeting recommend,to where thet-man was ensconced. ,It was ascertained the State. 4 .we.have.never' 'misrepresent.

otherwise'and it is not known yet, where oft this community, as ;well as .detri- In their opinion it should be.so' amendedas the Town Council make and enforce an Ordinance o thai: he bad taken refuge in. the ed his positions';and shall .not.do eo,' the inqniry -

any other than Fdlmore> delegates) are to mental to the best interest of the slave:' to alike to all and recommend prohlbithig'under proper pena1tIes.JflUtOtland their ''I loft of the tenement and 'as'to'his '
The ab. apply ;, others from. .allowing, slaves..to hire, ,.own, upon being confronted presence or absence never fora
come from .inlbe South. signs now are, Resolved, That the recent.attempts to time.: - -
and .FJUmore del in..this that proper measures adopted to jsecure he presented a revolver, threateningto moment occurred to us. We have only
that ,with the Webster duct slaves from their owners community ,2.' Retolvcd'That the Committ of Vigilance,
.1 egates from the North, the an -*olt dele and secure their escape into free such amendment.at the next" session of heretofore appointed, be requested to prepare and shoot upon'any farther advan, and thus however in -hfs*absenee. ; orin.that of the

; gates will be decidedly' in the minority. States, caUsHoudly for the greatest vigilanceof the legislature., circulate and Memorial the next throughout General Assembly the County to amend,. king for a,time baffled all attempts .to capture other'parties named made legitimate.usel 1 of'

" Hence tbe'attempt to double them, 1-gup- our citizens, and the most efficient legislative There is no difficulty however in'.im' the laws urging of this State as suggested the foregoing him. The crowd outside of the house, ma- what we understo to be their own'yoJan.

page'!fhe, in New York. which action.' of five.be. mediately remedying the ncreaSing evil Report. ny of'whon\had armed, themselves. the tary aVowalscbnonning t .letter'of the'
: letter of Hon. John Barney, ..Resolved That a Committee and nuisance within the corporate limits All of which is'respectfullysubmit cl. 'J .,
you published in the Express attracts much raised by the Chair, to inquire into the exist of this Town. The granted by J. p SANDERSON, Chairman.On occasion, at once became infuriated, and, Scotch Jaw which ,it Ts .said' .makes/the
attention here. The French Minister is nota of the laws the embraced powers speeches
state ou subjects
ing with the determined to take the man, and-WriUngs once delivered to
Mr. resolutions and' if the charters to the Town of Jacksonvilleare motion of,S.D..; )FERNANDEZ Esq., purpose aa
.111 little annoyed at Barney's representations in the foregoing assembly the! property of, : '
the i
lush, at his imagined at intervals thC.p'ubIic to'be
particularl"itn the appeal made to any, what amendments are necessary to effect ,ample and sufficient' The grant is the report was received and. unanimously escape ,
11 a Bonaparte over sea. The letter will makea the objects of this meeting. contained in the'following language :- adopted. from the back of the building and the accidental disposed, J' of by them at pfeasure. f "

great deal of fun in Paris.. M. D. C. Resolved, That a Committee of Vigilance "The Town Council shall have power and The Chairman of the 'Committee of 'Vigilance crack of fire-arms in the tumult, a !We t Fledcbk:

and Safety, to consist of five, be appointedby authority to pass all' laws and ordinances scene of terror and confusion, ensued, not -,:
1 Coirttpondtnct of the Charleston Courier. the Chair. that be and and Safety, being called upon, stated : ,We/'have copied'aU the proceedings of ihe
-,.- may necessary expedient before witnessed even in our usually stirring
Tv' WASHINGTON, MAY 21, 1852- The Chair appointed Colonels J. P. SAN- for the good government of said that there had, as yet,'beenno; occasion for :I town. Upon the assurances of several Whigs of West Florida-those of Gadadea

: Tb. the Editor* of the Charleston Courier: DERSON B. M. .PEARSON, J. McR. BAKER, Town, and the preservation of the public that Committee to prepare a report to pre citizens that injury should be inflicted Jackson", and t to-day s l insert rhose of Santa

* My attention has been called to the following McQ., MCNTOSH, Esq.,. and Hon. F. LIVINGSTON morals; provided, that they are not in. sent to.this meeting ; but that they were,on no bodily surrendered he at I Rosa. In the West, it will have been ,ob.
him if he
.'.: citation from a letter, dated *' Baltimore -,o to constitute the Committee under consistent with Constitution, and laws the alert, and would not hesitate to act as upon served there has been a partial disagreementas

...' .: May 8tb," published in the Courierof 0 the 3d Resolution And, under the 4th Resolutions of the United States, and of this State." the'interests of the community and the exigencies length yielded himself up, and was'conveyed to, ,the,policy of party action. 'This admonishes -
the 12th instant for the of I
: i inretem pledge
About the and of the to prison, giving
'at:'. S. D. FERNANDEZ, Esq., Col. S. power' authority of a case seemed to demand. us of the necessity for general
I ..'. "The Washington correspondent of the JOSEPHFIXEGIN. Council, therefore, there can be no question motion Mr. FERNANDEZ the several -; personal'protection a renewed promise'that consultation in
-. BCTFINGTON, Capt. J. A. BARBEE, On by. a State Convention;vwhbse
.. Philadelphia North American, a well known : The good government and public he would again depart from the place by
,"".,;. anti-slavery! man, writes that General Scott Esq., and Col. H. T.TITUS, the morals of 'the Town demand that the slave papers of the 'town were requested. to the steamer returning northward the decisions will no doubt be received"'as binding !.

:,'" -.'.. will, under no condition or circumstance, Committee of Vigilance and Safety; population should be kept restrained publish the proceedings of this meeting, and whether fOllOW.j I! and.conclusive, by the whole "Union
ing night. Not knowing
-oe write a letter upon public questions, unless the meeting ad- and recommendation made from the Whig the .
After which, on motion, within their limits. It is inconsistent a was ?, partyof State.
.. ,
i.. .3i'i. the Whig Convention should"offer him..anomination. proper mediate delay might' not afford the prisoner I _
'. ( journed till Saturday evening, the 29th,ult., with their situation and condition meeting that th ey be ''remunerated for the -
It remains to be seen whether a means of enlargement through the inter- 'WhIg'Meetlng. In Tallalia see.r.. .
t' .
: .. ,
:.; of the Committee and that should be allowed the free from the Treasury of the city.
, k'....t the Whig Convention will nominate him to hear the report they use same stices of the law, his deemed -
,1.I before his sentiments on important subjects transact such other.business as may at that of their time, and dangerous to the safety On motion, by Rev. I. SWART, the meet- captors prudent Saturday last was the:day appointed for

!J.1 are fully known.." time be deemed proper. and general good of the community. The ing then adjourned sine die. I to afford him an earlier passage than was the Whig District'mectJng 'in Tallahassee.

., c4 The evident purpose of this paragraph, to I i I time has been when the master might and H. D. HOLLAND, Chairman. first proposed, and he was in the course of Byfrivate letters we are "informed.that at
'SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 2), 1852. could 'his' slave in the exercise the next day transferred to a vessel lying in
f, my apprehension, is to prejudice Gen. Scott I indulge F. C. BARRETT, Sec'y.Intendeni said meeting Maj. GEORGE T. VAao was
irt the South, by associating him'with "an- Pursuant to. adjournment, the j meeting of; enjoyment of .liberty; without the river, which conveyed him as a passenger recommended_ as a suitable candidate for Governor

: .1 ti-slavery" movements and managers. Such citizens interested in the protection of South-" danger,himself,or feaof, his slave' being of the Town. on a voyage to Baltimore. and Hon E..C, ClEw as a suitable
"q been the tactics of his from
.. have opponents era slave property assembled at the CourtHouse corrupted, deceived, and mislead, by From the united testimony of our most candidate for
in the Representative Con.
....;!. 1 the cry'bf beginning Sewardism", raising in connection, contemptible with his in Jacksonville this evening.The I the influence of those fanatics who too Dr. H. D. .HOLLAND was,on Monday last cool-thinking as well as impulsive citizens, The
gress. proposition to hold a State Convention
.''1 1..t' name, and such,they will probably continueto officers'or the previous ,meeting be frequently come amongst us,'and seize elected Intendent of the Town of,Jacksonville it is far better-for our community d fn- in Tallahassee.. and

.. .1". bf, until the end. So far as'I atn personally ing present.and in their ,jseats the Committee -, upon.and render available every occasion at a special election to fill a'vacancy comparably better for Gibson'himself that he agreed.to
,. -1; concerned the interfere with and disturb 'domes the 14th oJllly suggested as' the r time.GroRor .
statement of your our -created by the resignation of OLIVER WOOD,
appointed under the 3d of the series of should be far removed from these limitsas
Baltimore is and tic institutions. now inconsequence so T. WARD, B. 'F. ALLEY :R. H.
, .1-.1r.c. correspondent gratuitous But unhappily; : ,
The vote stood, follows:
Esq as
Re&lutions passed at the previous meeting, before the feel- '
Birth possible. Long popular
: unfounded. education and principle of the, mad and reckless GAMBLE GEORGE W, CAiti.Jr.'WG.M.DAvis .
f-\ make me any thing else but an antislavery through Co!! J. P.- SANDERSONttheir; Chairman spirit of the "higher law" principle/ directed H. D. HOLLAND, 59 ing was aroused against him; bis bearing ARTHUR.FOREMAK,'and Dr.; COZZXKS
fL man,* in the sense employed. It is made the J. C. HEMMING, 19 '
L perfectly i following report : against our institutions by the Northern -' was of a Character to create apprehensionson were appointed Delegates to 'the National
: true, however. that I am opposed to The Committee to'whom referred tn the.choice.. .of Dr..HOLLAND for the. In- ,
was of the of Our best citizens for the
' "-,: .: the extension of slavery into territory now portion our confederacy; on < part safetyof Convention. 'Resolution5approvmg of,the
., .f, the subjects embraced the following the master but the State is forced to amuch tendency,'the corporation has secured that their house's 'from the' torch. '
, ;.,..' free. But so far as the Constitutional rights ly incendiary course of Me rs. Cn ;! .and. 'Moaios
t ... of the South and the just protection of all resolutions, to wit: 'greater strictness in guarding'andprotecting which,in 'our.transition from a quiet village At the time'he ra. first. Bent way,'it was at I i were passed
v **
'..: ;' its institutions and interests are concerned, 1esotvgi,.That in' the opinion of this meeting, this species or'property,*oyTJie! ia a ousy centre of population and commerce, the instance of 'a deliberative public meeting !
\ .' .l no one in my humble position and with my the practice of allowing negroes to hire their own adoption of'more stringent laws,and'curtailing fs BO: much required'.i in ;its chief officer-a which took the to state'tonTentIGn.. .' a.
'l limited ability,has been more' earnest in time.it prejudicial to the welfare of this community the. .slave precaution appoint a '
fir .of privileges: combination aJities'of
;. their advocacy. The Abolition presses as well aa detrimental' to the best interest of the many allowed. j of. the firmness, committee to hear evidence as to the groundof The change of; the? day for the assembling -
11 has .wi safety.been
, :t;" ..:. every where, have singled me put as the alave..Bu lwtl. That the recent attempts;toabduct The hereto.fo objection! to the:.Council passing impartiality, and- public'- spirit., the suspicions against him. The result of the'State' C nv "tionprotJ-etd?; by

i't" object of special denunciation, for proclaiming slaves from their owners in thi> community, and 'ordinance was simply an order. for him"'to quit the the Whigs of Middle Florida,from that fixed
and enforcing'an' prohibiting .
.:, these lead- for The Public Meeting
sentiments their into free States, calls loudly
. ing Northern proper journals. through. I Becure the greatest escape vigilance of our citizens and the. most.. masters from 8llonng'slaves to hire their ..i. place which he' 'obeyed. He has now'returned upon. in' Ihe"East,,the.,1st 61,!Juiy>agrees

' f4,"It"f't Gen. Scott cannot be injured by such unworthy efficient legislative action. ; own tiD /o1'the' urid thatthe slave is The adjourned meeting'=of citizens was ; and after encountering the ordeal of with.the s.tron.made in the.J Sentinel .

:t' ; expedients as demagogues em theChair.enquire Ktiolced,That into a Committee the existing five(tate be of raised the lawson by the property'of; hlS''nias. and' that themaSter held on'Saturday nght! I last, and the report capture by an incensed crowd he escapes which paper thinks the later day preferable

:: : ploy here and elsewhere. There is not a the subjects embraced in the foregoing resolutions nas. the absolute'right! to, pose of presented.; :'It s' embodi d in the proceedings with.a'whole skin and with an easy Stage as 'affording time for' the proceedings

'Ii r-;; man in this broad Union more entirely divested and if any. what amendmenta are- necessary'". his. time as heTsees proper, is not tenable: which.we, publish,'and the recommend- "over the 'water". to" Baltimore. A more of the'National Convention .to reach the
to effect the of this meeting.: various
) of sectional bias than he i is, or who is objects If,the Council i m it for the '
I' ', necessary ations of'which are highly creditable to comfortable fioale'to: a 'performance not of the State. A
following' parts difference
: : so. little likely to be influenced by sectional Respectfully submit..the of'the Town;:or for the ,. the
; ,.r; considerations in the event of being elected -* 'r ., *" good government of the, morals therein their' originator and the"'Committee which without its tragic touches, we doubt if 'the lime first proposed of a few days is no

,U.,, to the Presidency. He was born and bred 'KEPOBT: protection.. public.. ,. '0 reborts. tb m. Our'recourse' ..'f'. the .means books nf'Linirk'nrent. And it M w._.tt.!vt,<_1 II.fJ.91... Me".__ ., ,.III,3 ...1vmtA.... .,_. 1V"
----- -- --iJ---------- --- n -- Y" > J4 It t;
,t"l. er i in the South. His profession his patriotic Your Committee'have care investigated they enforce nave not such only tne ordinance autnonty but to pass correcting'the evils complained of, is onlyto wise that it is so-for it would have beenan unite in the pro"e 'consider
Ii I..f. heart had not-male him national.Ui"n and areof-the opinion and an :.dutydemands may
"" t those subjects, the Legislature of. theState: and to our 'event which the right-thinking would the Fcurteenlh
1J. the frontier of Conada, and in ,tbe of.1832 and 1845 it at'their h nds. ",.Thjgauthty Day efrJuly definlteiy
,-,. q1' capital of MexiCo'h 'pJanted the American that the and acts sufficient! = punishments pro and'power-this'part of; ''his natural municipal authorities, so far as the scope of have deplored,'and which might have found fixed upon' for the State Convention. .The

I",'(- ., standard, covered wi\b' blood-purchased'glory. Tide ample, : the of slaves to. liberty-every member of this community their powers extend. .The.palpable results no''shadow of justification tangible proofs counties in the Southern District that can
. the'steaHng- ;
, !i"" b.... .,nJryftom? And, when its centre; iglittion to its. convulsed circumference;.the; run:away.; ,For stealing a stave;-the'punishment .concedes and gives up'when he" ,enters :. of.the benevolent efforts of too'many, at the of guilt, if those wh had lhis"man so fully be conveniently represented therein, will it

.I"I ','. 'tI be'was among the first to pour< oil upon',the. is death For enticing a slave to our society,''as the price. ;ofJ the, advatLtagch : North,*arc'very,naturally suggested to the in their' power haci-yielded' the extreme is hoped make the necessaiy provision by

h" UbnUoTwaters! and to tabor for an honorable -. Tttnaway aidmg'assisting,1; :!irr abetting arunaway'slave gaiisan4obIigea;himself Committee f'and it'is'lamentable that those suggestions of a choler. lashed into madnessat the appointment direct delegates or by iastrucied -

I. 'J! Pacification. byvbith'ii it1. mightbe ,*' &c., the punishment may conform'to, those< '.laws' ,,which the community who thus 'coerce, the South to resort'.to the moment. proxy.: '* '
., l restored and harmony'secured' thousand.'doK may think proper"and'necessary toestablisnrberthus
'(1 0 be/fine not exceedingj.one"! rtiingent Iaws4f.n..its:system of police'do
-\-, 'Believing him to bethmbtalYafltageo'isj voluntarily surrenders There'is much to commend the moderateness Colombia Count -.
lars in.the pillory one not' ,
1 or standing ; how fruitless is1all.tbelr'Jaborof
., candidate the Whig; party could adopt hand>With the a'part'or Ins natural liberty'for the gene- see 'of their conclusions;: and still! more -
apolitical aspect. at the".sam .tlme eminently or be branded on the nght(: ; .1_ love-at least'ofth; results they'expect to The Whigs' Columbia :county hold a
'firmnessi i
6f. the the
Ta' in and
public judiciodsness thosetbroughwhose
letters S.:s or'fimpnsonmetit'foratemnot : aj3vantage ...- ., .
the meetin
di&C I '
qualified for the &rge.of.aU ; realize. 'lThere can:be Jib question thatthe; > 1 :on Saturday, next, at Alligator.
functions the Chief Magistracy, and.peculiarly exceeding six.months. And the oniydiculty ,;'But there,are/'in the opinIon of ;the of;the promises arid counsels' h -

,filled to'mediate between theTNorth! in a.prompt;and..rigid enforcement Committee'other and .stronger.:reasons, range townj by egrbes"1 hiring their conclusions, 'were' "formed.. The. ,utmost Ic0MMUNIcATIOil: -

and Southland to sreconcie] those differences of these laws against :those persons why.such 'an'ordinance should be adopted own time,"Is.an evil] demoralizing to those 'stickler- for the" supremacy-:of- _the law-canbave'Iittle' 1 '- ': ,
l j. 1 ,M.4y 1S52.
which have heretofore unhappily distracted slaTes oh and"enforced/and 'why- 'citizen in thus appointed as well as'those more indus r" .
entice and ; board ,
who secrete 1
; every looking result'of:
; rgret ,_ COLUMBUS DREW ESQ., '
and i&e degree alienated the feelings of. l r w
their for the of conteyingthem'to this community should cordially mipxirtdsttinthcCoiiicil triously.employed. Discipline ij a blessinga '
bottf. 1'"have' endeavored in resselsi; pnirpose ,what. baa occurred'but. ; even. vhsIe a majOrity 'Dear Sir.
sections, My States'urueVnotfronvthelaw.itself in; -t.prompt.d! the : f- '. ,'. -Understanding thatan. .impres*
free / : an a great blessing-to ;negro subject to certain
small sphere; to promote''the nomination j of a community, in
.ti i'jt jbeidiffi 1t .'of-Pro: cbibtthisduty: THereis'b place in it ;when with that cases sion exists with some persons that I am abandoning -
mingled which
and election both of which are now consid ; : bdmanity "
the into its hands
takes law own it detracts
el'tcFctr1ain; 'of 'that,'gallant 'soldier and cunngthc.'necessaq- evide It if unnecessary -; this Statesp: ;; xP,so easy; far iff the true characteristic of,noble-hearted, : ; Florida, as a place of domicil, I begTOO "
statesman whom 'the I y remarkthatamong r :so Torablej"l\from its .location not: from the Virtue. "of'"the ,theory wfll"state f W'lyour' ;; /for'the InformatiOn }
rr : : RepnbliVbwes so ,,to ; : persons cesa, yecul1arly.1 master, ; but;idleness aad1icensewbenain.,; paper t
much pf gratitude and. ratfectl: n., ,;" ,, ', of the characters,' ,principles ?and sympathies ,:its:!commerce,'and,:especially!:its dulged.iri'.bythe:; black,.tends which discards such a'resort?The' I law :of the ,of my 'clients1 and constituents,

;RelYing 'ttpohypnr [courtesy to give thiscorrection.the whicti ,those iwssess who are\guilty< lumber trade'for operations 'of'those' \ 'blrbarisn'froin''Whichciynizedjhu'radnity toia'jrelapse mass, t to"o often becomes. the law, of the,mot; lhat, Ir.bave:no.such 'intention:; that,' although

sti.tethntreceived1:same' currency'which thotjgleal -': violating these l 1t rW'is'next> to impossible'to -; regardless' our ., ',. '1ac ever iItodiiurb'urie intothat1iriginal'has i r : him. and-in pioportion! as 1St gains iay'the; regniat"tribunals : I shall visit Europe j this ?snminer, I

proof.' Men wh We I as' 'h'Th"e 'dailyarrival. fnpart'rescuerd; 'ot j justice,' its'maiims and its '
'.'' 01' 'w will Florida' in the autumn,1
1:. athieijr_ respectfully, and truly, t aAd Vessels' ...L)Ji.re. jh1results.sodghi:; by ihe re- returnto
,*;, JARh .E/H.ABvn long bdulged a sickly, wild andTeeklesi I departure of ,frequent I ministers, descend 'the scale of respectabnilv. -

....j_.., ., ,tl.l', .i _. _' ..' fortnL ,..- ,,-..;' fanaticism .trpbn'this subjecfi 'mll'violate i lhn'theicargoat'+remote? and i- un- commendations u. 'h, the_, report, and. '.resolutionswilPbe :,-. ,sAs'the1,. 'former sweeps. '.on ward.'likej '_bope'Ior.':.:AAS _rnaiiyyiars..r.-, :?__!hence.___4 '',_,continue--li, _.,.,:nn my.
.-,' \, .. ; j U4VU.IU 'DUi1d JG'--
',tetter' -from l. '.Gen. .5c'C"!t., veiyfP# .ap1q.p( n rtJi,7 aar: $ t frequented 'points of the,.;nver, afiordjreat attained* -They,merit"approval, i ttf- the \vhirlWind f not r ;only" does ff'uproot the I 3J.Pl&di1.with the State' 'and its citizens.: While I am
'1 1f bf primto propertW before they,will.give facilities'for.the secreting of!si ves. dependent of Jthe intrinsic' aims,:for the'Je- '
single evil;:ut is apt to'devaistote andlaywaitetlatk : .
The* :*dithT1"** **". "tlrtJ ".'"Georgetown j % i "tK.yj if, Hi avid i1ceto fcon ict -fellow of. kindred. And those slaves who hire,and have'command g5Umatel'rational and,unexceptionable I 'course ( far Even 'when absent from Jacksonville" ," Jomrf'W."FMCX,
.. nas" .seen...-; '4*.,(.recenr.Ietter//roni.General .sentiments; for a Tiolation'of these laws, i /off" thor" own'time/haye' bpttf the proposed,for their accomplishment, *' area Esq:.wlIr act for "me in :'aU.myrbusines3matters. "

SCOTT, in which Tie says : 'Slaves'are tampered with;. and received means'nd the'opportunitythns presented. 11 J'' "t called. .., ''for" hy .ettraordi circumstances' Respectfully,, .. .

I :1qbino public ppinTons'tb conceal ..'board -Tessels Bunder', .hie.-inantle' of&LOrSOt either for effecting their own escape or to be ___ '*Marion'LThejpcala Coanty.. *' and healthful in'its'eects'th Press' erectedas ': 'Your obc sef1"t,' ,-

bah but one. 'let of :opinion*; OnTtheseub, l w fzan of hJ made.tiie. inslr ments',or seducing'.others' ,. Conseroatof contains""'call.'forajCons the 'sanctuary of public 'order- should he : .- ; ::1\VBRYAN1'< ;
! ': are'the to effect tiieirs.;' : at! '' ''tb.n. lastfto Volunteer 'its ,: 3 : ,
and as willing ally.
jectsi fcV the pebplevef the: North;:SoutbEa actjf.'etce pt'tKe'.o&cers ,;crCTr wKp inallowcd.togo Utntionaltnionjmeetingvfor'thet27thultV ; ,' .
iI" t.y Wj ncl theu opinions'Ivtprtfbred' -, guilty actow\in:-t1; e nefarious';enter arge free from'the,proper,and immediate ; : 1. :Indemnity-. 'r u I& I>epr '. : to take for toe .* ,' -
.meaaures .
appointment -
'. : .. flefuaed.i'he'appmpriatioa ---;
odU. .
lo'ti&miPlSgeneral "consideration?di QI' 'ht.J',9 i ewe and restraint'of'master or overseer Democratic : .
prise. ., n rjL H '
IIJl tit 'i it4bl,' riity" rPe" 1'tieI! ] apprpan4cur! t1i laveiduldh'bdastome&in.a larger treta om than' of Delegates to the Baltimore Convention ontbltJa'nefo ;j'' t, vj at1 -, Vv .' !- "tha.'Defi.dency -
; contained
p rtiOi private vP'perty", ,in
; bX tbf action of & 1NationalCon.Yent3on1fth taws. set:ataefianca>j/jperson3 actuated to: enjoyy;is' pei-. ; >: idrte.BeenD'Uienomination' The Newt entertain* the opinion that; because Bill for Indian'
Whig,NiOnal1o, ventt n, J i! jpf J MrJ FILLMORE aid for,'such 'disavowed desire articlein .pay depredations
YIeWI'' by'a jnawkish'8entimhtalityvfllJp6ti:suchpepit culiarly.liable 'to; form' ;bad associations ,, we any juan in
irJoii1 .ttieJeadltlg; ,qtetons committed Florida,Alabama and Georgia,
oft ,aaythey vif-promp11yanm sg, is not fonreasonabl .to 'suppose an j'contractj idle'and., wabui:litbiti' other action as..m.ay;devolve on.the 'countymeetings our last with;the above caption, io.givethe'"term1dWraion .
; ,.J- by Indians; 'beeu'rejected'bytbe Senate.ThJBSurn'
*. $ : the sdn tion'f'an oath dlsno.i. Such:has been and ever will bey; in mine ,. '"' > j, g > V1J,1i.t I I. ll M special individual
; f. l m ,,..',_;,,': : lJ' fl ii :" '-.' tCfl..''- 4i" 1 J ViS4fif; 4 cases out of.ten" the, result,':'of such' indulgence.1 1 -:! ?.; -, .' .,... .. .1 ...i. *T; | : proposed* overthree' 'hUndred
< -t I ? *in the de-
:, ii 10 '< :. t; ". j (I'\'I1. "1 .'t.tf } 1 '' .' present canvass our nd'hadb to
.Ii -'tJ-I. Ji.hi2di t 1' : iMadamefi1urat. -. t. thousand l Uais !: reported
I i
., ", ,' : .. I T9 ObV1&LG1fl a-m.ftJmI', Tiusbming idle,% '- '
-" \ : ., clarationJ was equivocal, inasmuch as we
:: joitr ; ; r.-.5i7T it8 b, ;:when theappointea"tinie'totffib; :; be by commissioners:sent to ;
: M'AnJxcbat' syel-Mezs bbeCts 1 o' .vv lady for several years a residentof: named in our'article ree"indi1'idaals\1'ho
t"d'- die Garay c'i1' Ii& ,ecognizedi U J.h 4Am ting..the 1I o( 'ni payment of. theirwagcs'tamTel; "iihould 'Middl' lo'rida"with ft hert.xne 'husband'Ac1nLLz'MURA1' "before the claims daring' General JACZSOR admi*

tbeisot'. ant"1b 1em;\'maSh'eir; bh:fariouif'. commending.to,the next.General: Assetn. they J:have.been.:unsuccessful. 'wasted 1" '.' !.: .... ,.,. cd,.. ._ ." "_. _.';' were. :j' theDemccratic_ u'Convention. ;,..ii1'i1r9.._-.__.- _.__ .-nm.-- "a.vs'---i---. 'i- !,Wahintbnp ----- .
c14one; ; u4ii} e'sUblisheH hydocuTnint; : blenWf'an3 '6f: 1aw D1 1 t u. .tb.d- /JWij _11ie 4-tbiU. -:"'&ducedto sonioithe" : ex-4ingOfNa. for aa;omce.*.'anIJ who, pending- legislationon letter; represented'the, actual, -amount'" of

'4f [- .r?.EIJefltb. AftdVhyTdoes'we t't alaTe iI v s rie tM b ii i ortvbliwtara' -t'" eso 1ito.(.t1i er commission plea,. a4&berself we::belieceanatLye. .'6f, the.Coraproraisei-end.in .one instance nine !losses,,.without,consequential damages:JJat

4I the XJaray Jjrtht'P'. Simply1'b'e'&uiwtfae bas, f!. '' eM l .Ii a 'I1a.m. orbeonpermittedtOremafu jofcnme t .supply'dr. "replace**\rhattlieiriidje'ri6s ;rgintabas'since: the decease of her consort months,;after: its passage;not only did ::not no provision wa .ever'made for tha pay .

"..;. .. placed U'in'1: the"1 hands5 of iCwricdnii1* The. _". "t..f R.h 1),. ,:."' "7'JT .L '.cft,.Eaye 'oT!1."ciQU5" >; abits.Kayelwd! in''this;:home vofi his'adoption, beea'invitedby'Prince' ,acquiec4jn i the Jneasarea-hearing"that ment of the claims'and4Weobli tIon upoa ,
t :. ,bkttc'an';obj oi !anofao,1beJ5ffranfe: !>att }' the UI\ ted tates"GoverntneflWo pay them
iwe.itor1\.th! them misappropriate? 'Thus"thej.best LOUM NAPOLION to'the'shores ,ofLji appellationvbot were opeply y against ,
the frant made 'AtolrTcan'tlSzW fiU ; -3'i *A-> ; "*'T: ?denied by a 'number'of 'the.tOe'andiperbpS'bytbe
; po tfi"bt hod .3ffere4 thereatto be fcarreVedbf ; 'spice ofieh minutes/oileaa:leILtIh7t'IiMjen interests of- ,tne'm a noo'less' than' 'thean5"nwpinessof .France" *to*ehare' the.fortunea Jrf- -*. -H.
!Major Bama1a.1if"UJi jfnjjj. Stat. Tdi'' frcjf'ithei (' Wn ie1'l er1. br ._ftto1 wali4ein the ut.slavewllleaWtwa46itiet jn'.JL'jj" have conferred japon..him, in consideratipnof tion referred tpi totibe; feJtlent>ofipronouDe- the amendment providing for them., ,"

'p aphi&1. 'Enginksr' e n 'tel'jrPi.d ,:f d (ni' .D tf at! J1t k j "the.aUachmenl W'the ,"U Dele of.i the thUlTerydoctrine: of ,Mqaiecease/ *; -

t >ifb( M>amlr 1"rJr'Uhpt.b ): i..n3HT'r.'FM.t.ei WTOL.IiftTTKS ft} ft.hmn.t! J1UlCO.. .. ;'TP eB." ,A' .' Eervstronffa. ''N epi w'i''t;'hl l"tfarit J tbe ila H17ai t. KOSTJ.mc1mc.u.: ,ZvL1rPaov1.oAD 'The Ulrary of:Congress is being; 'tapidJi
L Jy a'.i r of'-"ttdn tdA f thl'i&<. ,fjtt'aJ1tt < JIUOq slave: or eUves.. to runaway .',(.1.1 meaiiBsej'ia found *lir 4 "(*4 -; ?;' *- V"K** 1ilN 'repaired. It is'said. that the general errwgaents *--
L. "q't' 1 .5. "_-* > "" l*''L'.i Madame.MChaSj team, not declinea lhd Jeoam.AJlU. C4 HKCJS'ITS coLoNutuox" uon
r..t. safety
V1 0 Sa" ova i of slaves allowed : will be'.ueb as to secore
.j DUtte -- -C' '-' >* ftli
: new d..kWi 1111 'ri pwhlfIt 1" t1..,t. ,1i p'. i rf rewii* 'rir1jtof' ; hfrOh ',. .. .:v '' welt mattred iplaa .of
,,",".' aa _. Vt \rl Imperial tavora takea her?departure,'inalate'ileSrae'rV'f that e"augb';undeftak.t9..ebo ,Mw,Ut accordance witt1La7 &
'a 7JtttI''' A !;WiU'iDo 1 'i14011JIl : < #"" ; architecture, combining'eonvenenc:
r ;:JJl oei "Th ev"ee, roia hr'lReimWica Bhbrea, trtntly lab i is the.acqui nci, to ichJbSayaopah
.' 4 .. 4 .n 1pt .. J lit '. "I'i.)'1 2- strength and ekcanc. the late cpnJU-!
L1iO w t'tkJ_.l."t llco ." "= .. UIIIW1It"" .I...' .00111bt1011 Rn' ifo'. -Ia" .tharnd' p94,5,ere' JIUS.',. Lftv.'ft''j.j,1"t- I t'h"e,.'q". :Georgia's. eorTcspondeni,pledgtawe ratiorqmtree to lou,.usaa&voluus5$

tower ;iIM ;' :'i1r iIIN\of see.J'c *M VIw iaII'" 10' !.1! tingoishtd guest r s&l&trvaofthsPr1nce; ., thed*- q .. '.' p.;do.hich.. .,. of standard works,Uvebeea added.. IP*
prot.tloair( ,,- .tr'Jlactpt1 to tIifut"; :, e1tl,. '. V''C h&; -"'- .::.bf' '.;i i" .tai"jfk"'t'iI4t1 .or.'!reetraint,,;IwTing- ample- Pre.ld nt. j, 'have.necetmily. ;'to( 'cite-< froniuie c4POII-4 catalogue

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. be isnable'to' the came' law and, eisi irtfbf,4f' theh01Jl'amua men v. d n.-. 'hbUo ueh ,of thosegent1emej
n :
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D.'Fisher George F. C.Bat h. rIL0 we
ttea George & < '
;, ".t-" elder,John..Chain, Joseph M. Bowen Benjamin P t I I D4jJEUB.LCA1: rules- of.endeooc*- ,*'wmiciiire AT .$,* > madeapplim -' nIy,in suchetnployment"s. may I. Ui.'v l been .bitterly.hostile to th,

.I j Bowen, James M. Landrum E. E. =- : to"ft wgeand; re
"1Jij',.' Simpson, Wm. W. Harrison, E. S. Amos, ,JACKS' '* 3oN=; y r i?'t.ES P ri1, oiirownctizen4-t rjiJ1t ; required toj. .orp" ch regularwrj ultJ ln' rc a terize them or an a
f t James C. McArthur Wm. N. Kai Neil f- ft: and absoluto t 'ahall'best Wlo'.mterest other
,. :8c1 '\13 ,4rlie1np9rtanc necessity.o1'ffoding subserve ibittn'cipri ," as.disunionistj
.0":1''j1t.. McMillan, Jeremiah Savell. Thursday, JU i lo thejeitazenisf of j&ifl: place, of .their. masters.- These" le thus 'rendered -' cu! $tan t ". to prove from 'W.
. the
1 On motion, and those Jiving DnjOr' adjacent;to'the disobedient 'and discontented with record
' : ;.Jr : Resolved That the Whig of Florida PUBLIC .MEETINGS.vu .. munity; r there is :io'the pledge! I1ade
papers '.' Sj Johns nyer, eyery assislanoe.indJpyD; their.co dition.,v'No.one: man, or claslpf, ., for
J. p .jeqnested!' jlo.cojpy.the prpeeedingrt f' "J5lto:-i mMlfng.'of-- ltiz'ensroi'DuvalCountyWIB [ tectioh'which"legislation:;can supply," is 1 men, ,have"a"right so to employ," "direct,'or]; i : : I S 6" tAt o1!iit1%.

j this.?meeting.rrt ,,__ .'_.." r. held':'at the Court House'"*n7acksdA- obvious ttfevery mind.. The; recent attempts -1 even, ; suffer his P property lo go at,Urge, aa''I about a I Jea ce ocejD.b, JIl ?

Correspondence .of the _. :y. Express.. on..Tatsday-ennlngr.the Stfc,ultimp- ,abduct. ;.slaves,.the:.commTinicartion : < to produce a.positive-injury Jor:'inconve- .in numero [ question,offering our"*315 w *
:. : "J' -- W.' SHI'QTOl'f.MQ 2t.i8mirol to providing some measures,for with the free States,.the. increasing nience to other members tjie.same eomnunity u d'erstaiii, I ," that remains to le tested?

q Nrth Carolina wifh regard lamb trade: designate tins'. as perhaps i private"'feelings and: i tereStSmtof''necessityyield his 1 of the BaltimorVcbaVentfonlZ
ne papers give the nefarious projectsof personsvOTre
M.Mangu h.t'eaM.fo! conrsa in all, defeating '. *4-. the most exposed-and excessible point-'in' :to,the.-greater I :befo 'f'JuterdI11T1aat

tt nd \v : ;fromlimetotime'attemptingiOentice the State fori the operation of the. .abolitioniflta goodiJ1 : I South crj
n t ftif < rpt bjn5tbeirngestterms abscond. j / jt ? 'of' tl ,& 'be r itr ; J iaG er.&IC'QD_
propriety admus fif, and be could not our slave p'op'nfalW to : fandtheir, tools.; tJt; "": I I Norj can your;.Committee, perceivethatsuch counter. I is in. himself. sufficient "AfeDCf.

. ,}" keJelected.-tolaoy:thing,-owjiniAnyi: part'of : .? :.>.HOLLAND 'presidcLJ,'.nd .'Major.j wYour; Committee have directed their ,a law would ft, all conflict with .the which his .of. "

the Stale, I rn..)I41.by'.weU j//pforme4.NorLt F< CARROT acted as Secretary-: ,L attention l the'enst Iig.i laws"'regulating Constitution indlawiof the United States : I of: ly pi&nff WI ill
.: Cafplinians"passincthrpugh: / berer, : Jfn ,the l ./ and slaves their 'tinie and'find '; .to'hi ; .minor candidate before minor
Remarks> of 'an> eloquent, stirring hiring own ) bytheactofi828Thompson'sDigestp.507 or"of this State: 'But'on the contrary:;
Wilmington (Congressional) 'District,1, to-re- time : I ,. $!>ffices: Jt .na1
; :
. are pointed nature:were made by S. .D. 'FERNANDEZ :; vaio a ila1ou'Statiites now in. force ( Jay down a
: probate bis coar ethe Whigs passed itA'WV -* who shall'trailer .save 'establish fact''that llbj? ordinance again*in : I 1atl a! nprev: mpbaticallr
eolution endorsing his colleague! Esq., Colonels PEARSON, SANDER II. ,a clearly the : 'i' e.
especiiJy '
: :111.'If held' anll:1'SIon trustee guardian above ommended ,well i as" all ,.with Hi : : what is so ,far.the II
.. Mr.:Badges, bnt sigoificanUy.keeping'.Uent SON and BASER-1 as".also by Judge' LIVINGSa'nd'others. -, TM, e,c ie aa gu1arl1.true
, : ...: about,him"the most strikingsortof. rep 1a.l.ation. .. 'Rev JsIAc e SWART I :FINEGAN: ih execulor-executrix) ;administrator, or ad proper> and wholsonie regulations for, our '.warrant I the'.. #,1311 L 8fjfarasth8!
:I "Mangum:" thus sees what he gained : TONI! ministratrix (exceptan Augustine; or free'negro and 'slave--population,", ndiin tendent of presented' front ofprin.

';11 by his blackguard attack upon the'"Ex ; t > i. '4 Pensacola,) to hire himself herself ou' strict-accordance with the character and of the' ; I the unsoundness of certain
t. press"'and its'editors.: ** 'J I The following resolutions were unani.thouiyadopted. shall forfeit and'" Dollars 'fore of'ut''domC8tio institutions aredemanded4 of its
& pay Fifty genius : bent,) and I the question of the
jit ;is believed here now, ttat e.erYSot1tb. ( The first "'proposedbyTlevi Compro.
&c" of the
p. h"and evesuchoffence Why
L the com
; highest good 1&
<...t. will be by Marshal I r !
: State;including Georgia, < soecap aoffince.
ern Whig". ;
,f' .. .:t representfe"! the forthcoming Whig Naf |Ji i SWART'and I: 'tbe/.remarnder\by/ this'laW: :should have' been. by.thelegisla--: munity. .*/ 3 ** \t \ officer, i from Q; to"remark that

.. -ws tonaL ''Convention; 'and' that ,the 'vote in1 Cot B.'M.; PEAWOJI: t ture, limited i in its'operation,to the class The Committee, in conclusion, recom we.were

...,- mass jXifiU be for u.Fillmore." There :are :. ResolvedThat- : i in -the. opinion tof'this of, persons abovejlesignated, and not extended mend the adoption. i of'the following Resolutions the I. : ,.at theume; we penned,oureom--
.T the
.... "1. pme Sonthtra men deluded by New York meeting, tbe practice of allowing-negroes to' to masters-.and owners'" of slaves, : '* I posse of absence of.Mr.Mefntosh'fronK

't :, Seward'clamor. and p.rcmieelt'bo would go hire their own timeis 'prejudical to the"'el.' this Committee',are' unable to perceive.In L. Resolved That;this.m\etirg recommend to where the .As we,have never 'thepieji1.'

\ otherwise),and it is not known yet, where fare,'of! this community;' :well as'.detrimental their opinion it should be.so7 amended the Town Council to'make and enforce an Ordinance certained j I Il onand: shall not 4 d eo., the in.
.*. than Filltnore, ', to of slave < prohibiting,under proper penalties, masters ,
other delegates are to the best interest the '
Iie ......." any come from in ihe South. The siens now are, ,Resolved, 'That the recentattempts to abduct -, ashto'apply alike.to all j' and' recommend and others from' -allowing,. slarca" ,to hire. their, ,own.. l lOft of I his presence absence norer for

..r ,', that with the Webster and ,ilhnore delegates slaves from ,their'owners intbis: com proper miasure' be ,adopted to securesuch Ime.;2.: Resohed,:That the Committee of< Vigilance,, fronted h I occurred to us. We have only,

. *J L. d'i.i_*; from the ,North, the anti-Scott: delegates munity, ;and secure theiri escape into free amendment.' at the .next session, of heretofore appointed, be requested to prepare.&lId to shoot' in 'his'absence; oVfn that of the

.,' ../ will be .decidedly the minority. States, callsloudlyfor the greatest vigilanceof the legislature.: circulate a Memorial throughout the County,'jusk- for a. I named, made legitimate usel of'
h t .,1 ,j' Hence tbe'attempt to double them, I eup- our citizens and' the most efficient J legislative There is no difficulty however in .immediately lug and urging the next General Assembly to amend understood '
'' "t' the laws of this State aa suggested the foregoingReport. him. ; to be their own volnn.
J in New York. '
action. !
. the evil '
increasing4 '
remedying ,
;;1 : The letter of Hon. John .Barney, which .Resolved That a Committee of- five be ny of< I ls -cbn/orming to the letter of the
i and nuisance within the limits All of which is submitted.
h'a;, ,1.. you published in the Espre?* a tracts muchattintion raised by the Chair to inquire into the exist corporate respectfully occasion, 1 which jt is Said makes, the
of this Town. J. '
1.,...f. .. ...;.f. here. The French Minister IS.not ing state of the laws ou the< subjects.embraced The powers granted by S with the & iti g once delivered to
." I'.. .' 'I' oi'i a little annoyed at Mr. Barney's representations in the foregoing resolutions! .and'if the charter, to the Town 'of Jacksonvilleare On motion. of. .S.. D. FERNANDEZ, Esq., : sa
4- ,' ."1 particularly with the appeal made loa any, what irnendments.,are necessary,to effect ,ample and sufficient., The grant is the report was received and. unanimously the rush, the"property of th. p'ubllc' ;. !to'be'-
..,i'o.i Bonaparte over sea. The, letter will make the objects'of this meeting. contained the following language :- from the b7theniatpea"s re. .
4n. 'i'-... ,, deal of fun in Pari. M. D. C. Resolved That Committee of adopted. " a great a Vigilanceand "The Town Council shall have power and dental 'welt'P1 Ids,
The Chairman of the Committee of
'. Safety, to consist of five; be appointedby authority to all' laws and ordinances .Vigi of -'
r "t" 2 pass scene
- ", ;:1. :";"t''t"I' Cmrttpoiidenct oj the-Charleston Courier. tbe Chair.. that may be necessary and expe- lance and Safety, being called upon, stated before copied'aU the proceedings of the

:k..i; i ''fv'' WASHINGTON, MAT 21, 1852. The Chair appointed Colonels J. P. SAN- dient for the good government of said that there had, as yet,'been no occasion for WestTlorida-those of Gadsden

...1... .... .t To the Editor of the Charlctlon Courier: DERSON, B.M., )PEARSON, ', ,J. McR., BAKER, Town, and the preservation of the public that Committee to prepare a' report to present citizens ring tdaywiiisert hose'of Sana

',.. : .!'.", "I"t My attention has been called to tbe. -following McQ., MciNTOSH, Esq.,; and Hon. F. LivINGSTON morals; provided ,that they are not in- to.this meeting ; but'tnat they'were .on the West, it will have, been ob-

;'J:4hi'"..,, .i. l citation from a letter, dated' Baltimore to constitute the Committee under consistent with Constitution and laws the alert, and would not hesitate to act as flicted 'has? been a partial l disagreement i
.,"..\!.' May] 8th, publishea' in tbe Courier the 3d Resolution. :And, under the 4th! Re- of the United States, and of this State." the'interests of: the community and the exigencies length policy of 'party action. This
!:.) .the 12th instant i ,. i ad
;f$ About the and of the to prison,
.'.t 'i.J solution, S. D. FERNANDEZ,. Esq., Cot, S. power authority of a case'seemed to demand. us .of the necessity for general

?t-Vr:: Philadelphia"The Washington North American correspondent, a well known' tbe BcrriNGTON, Capt. J. A. BARBEE, JOSEPH Council, therefore\ ,,there can be no question On motion: by,Mr. FERNANDEZ; several personal in a State Convention;")Whose
'' and ) he would
' : The public
; ". S FINEGAN and Col. H. ,T. tbe good government of the ) \in- were requested to will'no doubt
'; anslave ry.man, writes that General] Scott Esq. morals of the Town demand that the'slave papers tbe be received.bind

V1 will, .under no condition or, circumstance, Committee of Vigilance and Safety.'t I 1 population should be kept andrestrained publish the proceedings of this meeting, and .i conclusive, by .the whole :'Unioa

$:" $ the write Whig a letter Convention upon public shouid"offer questi&ns.umiss him-.a After,which, on motion, the, meeting' adjourned within their proper.limits.. It is .inconsistent and a recommendation was made from the mediate ing night. of the State., -

Sii", f nomination. It remains to be seen whether till Saturday evening,.the 29th, ult., with their situation and condition, meeting that they. be 'remunerated for the N
Sleeting In.
a means Tallahassee. ..
IK\ : t tbe Whig Convention will nominate him to bear tbe report of: the Committee and that they should be allowed the free use same from,the Treasury of the city. of "...

: ; '; before Iiis sentiments on Important subjects transact such otherbusiness: as. may at that of their time, and dangerous to the safety On motion by,Rev.'I. SWART the meet; stices last was the;day' app int d'for

!ir1i'i: -.r" ere folly known.- trine bec, eemed proper. and general good of the community. The ng then adjourned sine die. dent to District'meeting ia Tallahassee.

I .* The evident pnrpClse.oI'dlis paragraph,to time has''been when the master might and H. D. HOLLAND, Chairman., first J letters we are'informed.tbat at

;..; ttr. my apprehension, .is to'prejudice Gen. Scott SATURDAY EVENIKO .MAT 29, 1852. could,indulge his slave: in the exercise F.CB&aaE'rrScc'y. tbe next VIajV. GEORGE T.'VVARB., was
-L ;" \ irt the South, 'associating him with "an Pursuant to. adjournmeutth1rn'e'tihg': and.enjoyment of greater liberty without the river, suitable
: as a candidate for G0-
,.'.'-.11',,...,, ti-slavery" movements and managers. Such citizens interested in the protection of Southern danger. or fear of. his slave' be- ger on a
have been tbe tactics his from Intendent of the Town. Hon. E, CCABEU.. as a suita-
: of
ti". .}......' opponents slave property assembled at the:Court ing corrupted, deceived, and mislead, by From
the in raising the. for
"" beginning contemptible RepresentatiVeCm
the influence of those fanatics who too Dr. H. D. HOLLAND was.on Monday last COD-
.I.i.-.I.. crv"of "Sewardism" in connection with his House'in Jacksonville this evening.The te' '
"_'c ;j t v name, and such they will probably continueto officers'of the previous ,me l ng' be- frequently come amongst.us, 'and seize elected Intendent of the Town of Jacksonville it is far proposition h'old! .- State,Coa-

F'.. 't' V be, until the end. So far, as tamper- ing present.and,in their seats, the Committee -, upon.and render available every occasionto at a special election. fill a vacancy Tallabassee,waa ,agreed to, and
-i (
.i;: ": eonally concerned, the statement of your interfere with, and disturb our domestic created by the resignation of OLIVER WOOD, of July suggested as' tbe-time.
, .. I" appointed under the 31 of.' the series of should be
I ,. ..:.. Baltimore correspondent. gratuitous and institutions. But now,'unhappily* in The vote stood follows T. WARD, ,B. 'F;. Atix*, }JR/H.
f unfounded. Birth Re&lutions passed at the previous meeting, Esq. as :. :
education and principle of the mad reckless as GEORGE
fe.J:;:-...-.: make me any thing else but an antislavery through Col. J. P. SAND soz', ,their,Chairman spirit consequence of the "higher law" principle, directed H. D. HOLLAND, 59 ing was .;
EMANand! Dr. Cozzrjrs
; ;. man," in the sense employed. It is perfectly made the following'report : .J. C. HEMMING, 19
institutions the North of
was a
t. t. against our by
true, however that I am opposed to In the choice of Dr. HOLLAND for the In- ;Delegates 'the, National
.: The Committee to whom referredthe .
Ff rj'i was ern portion' of our confederacy not on the .
the extension of slavery into .territory now '-Resolutions l of"
>:.,:-' free. But so far as Constitutional rights subjects embraced. 'in the following ly the master, .but.the State, is forced to ,a tendency, the corporation has secured ,that of their f Messrs. C.nt:' and:MORTON

:,r.,' -. of the South and the just protection all resolutions, to wit : much greater strictness in guarding and which in our transition from p. quiet village At the tim .J. .

..t' ,, its institutions and interests are concerned, Budo; .,That in the opinion of this meeting, protecting this.species'of property,*by'the aimsy centre of population ana commerce, the ? .4.
.. o,. .' no one in my humble position and with my the practice of allowing negroes to biro their owntime. adoption of', r stringent laws, and curtailing is'so much required in.its .chief officer-a k'I" \ Convention. ''
;; .':'-. .< limited'ability, has been more earnest in'their ,is preudicial to the welfare of this community .of the privileges the slave ing, ..'t
The Abolition as well as detrimental to the best interest. of the : many combination pf tbe'qualities of firmness, ; the: '
advocacy. of
for .the
t# : / presses slave. 1 has heretofore, with safetybeen allowed. day assem

r.0\" .* '1 every where of ; have denunciation singled me for put as the Resolved, That the recent attemptsto;; < abduct The objection to the::Council passing impartiality, and public spirit. of the 'State ,Convention;,proposed by
0 object special
proclaiming -
from their in this community
owners was
of Middle
P.;, Vfl these proper sentiments.through leading secure their escape into free States, calls loudly for and enforcing'an ordinance, prohibiting The Public Meeting FloridafronUhat. fixed
I 11"kc: '. .. Northern journals. the greatest vigilance of our citizens and the most. I masters from ano1V ng-slaves to hire their ,. place; : thet;East, the ,1st Juiy.'agrees; e s

$ .' '.r: > Gen Scott cannot be injured by such unworthy efficient legislative, That a action.Retolted Committee. fire be raised by own time i on'the ground ajt1i slave is The adjourned meeting..of citizens was turned; suggestion;made in .the* last Stnti

*. r'fUi expedients as demagogues now em the into the existing state of the lawson the property'of his'master, and that the held Saturday, night last, and the report capture h paper thinks the later day'prefe.
ploy here and elsewhere. There is not a the subjects embraced in the foregoing resolutions master has the absolute"right to.dispose'oihis presented. is1.embodied. i in I.th'e'procCed. with a' affordin time for'the

&. 'Z : man in.this broad Union more entirely divested and i any, what amendments ar necessary. time as ho',sees proper, .is.not.tenable: ings which we publish and the recommen1ations bver tional Convention id proceedings
effect of this Teach
of sectional bias he
is objects meeting. n
than he or who is t : va
> If,the Council deem it, for the I ,
:! .' :\ so little likely to be, influenced by sectional Respectfully submtte.followng- ment.of'theToWn'or necessary for the of which are highly creditable'titheir .of the:State. A difference the

ij'Vi'X'' considerations.in the'event of being electedto good g originator and the Committee which without : of few is
: 'REPORT" -: protection of'the' public, .morals therein proposed a ; days DO
: ,
tbe Presidency. He'as born and bred I '
reports them. Our for the
recourse books
; means iot '
in'the South. His profession his ;patriotic Your Committee have'with"care investigated they have not only.the authority" to pass I of import J and should ,the West
of correcting the evils is
enforce such ordinance but complained only wise that the proposal, 'we 'consider
: heart had not-made him national. : those and are of-the opinion and an duty may
h-r. Upon the frontier of Conada, and 'in',the subjects of1832, 'and,,1845 demands it at'their ha dI.- This authority .. to the Legislature of the State, and to our an 'event .' Day "o/Tuty'as'definte1y"'
i, that
>t..; capital of Mexico planted the American te"at ; punishments pro for and poweiS-this. part of;:his natural I municipal authorities, so far as the scope of have for the State .Convention., The
vide ,
(, t'"'' ; '.: standard And, covered when with agitfttion blood-purchased' convulsed 'glo the the s amploand scent of slve to liberty-every member, of this community .. their powers extend. The.palpable results no in the Southern District that can

:.: ry. lg'or. slave concedes and gives when he' :enters of the benevolent efforts of too at the of
up many y
',41 country from its'centre to i its ,circumference, rn'a ;; stealing a punishment guilt, represented therein, will it
be was among the first to pour lupon the is daf.' 'For enticing a'slave t .our society' as the price rfof. the ad. North,,are'very naturally suggested to tbe in their i make the necessary provision, by

. nb .. tl'oubled1'aters! and .to labor, for 'an honorable runaway- ,'nasisting-'dr; abetting: vantage. he' gains, and'obligeshimself.tcconform Committee;'and it* lamentable that.those s ent.of direct:delegates or by in
!; pacification bywbieb'ira.nquHitl: might ,to those laws: ,,which the -
; slave/ punishment cpmmumjiir'ihinlr who thns the '
runaway, may coerce South to resort' to the .
__ : at .
be restored,and harmony secured <* -- > &- > .i-i ijvjf'oe riHV".. \;TVM" j Tii'rioA 'l1ov ir
.,* Believing him to' be.the tnbtt'advantageous 'c one not ; ; ::1 establish" --"--he-,-thus ror"Y voluntarily surrenders xtnngent, ,law!' in its system of police, do 'There Colombia -
cfL lars, or standing not seehow fruitless is;Jail
J theirlaboi'.ofloveat
candidate the b '
Whig' could lit
party adopt : apart of his'natural lih i tty for,the!general rateness
be branded '
in'a political aspect! at thevWn&.time'eminently. or OD ; Jwith :Advantage of. the least'of the results the 'expeet to in the of Columbia county hold a
) qualified for the' discharge ,of all the letters' S.S,, or: impnsonmerit7.for'a term public. ," j1
!There can be no question thatthe Saturday, next,.at Alligator.COMMUNICATION. .
functions of:the Chief.Magistracy, and peculiarly not exceeding six',months. And,the ; .;But'there'aren! the opinion of, the of the 'II i through' ;

,fitted to mediate between the North difficulty I a prompt ,and. rigid on Coinmitte ,'other rand.stronger reasons, range towns by negroes hiring their C'o .1u'S. [ .J. -

and South,and to Reconcile.those differences ment of these:laws against.,those personswho why such an ordinance should be adopted own time," is an demoralizing to those 1 stickler' i '- .
;: ILkI w'bicbl1 ave heretofore Unhappily'distractedand ( thus well : .. .sOivn.u__ 'M.t.T. 3t, 1351..
entice and ,secrete; slaves oh ,board and "enforced; and why* ve rV"fCit n.. in appointed as as'those more i Indus- have' jh "
i in'some degree alienated the feelings ofbbtt1zections1iavdendeayored ' '. I. Daa Esq.1, .., ...,'
'1 in their yesse1s'for; the purpose of conveying this' CQ 1unity'should cordially(supportand trio'usly.employed. Discipline is a blessinga what''
tfly States 'ansMnot from sustain'the Council irlVprpmpt dis; great'blessing-to the i- >.--Understanding,that,an.impres
the.r m.the
small sphere,' to promote' the nomination. : ; ; negro subject to j jority 'of ; I i
law.itself bui'.from.the chaihfthis: duty. TJiere":l o in with some persons that{am .-
and election, both of which are now considered : difticUltt'of.prourin -" "; place i it when mingled with that humanity which
2tv" .certain, 'of'that, gallapt soldier and:L c evidence., "Jt is un: this State so much,exposed,so easofaeess is the true characteristic of. a noble-Hearted .,takes-,.*>> f- as a place of :domicil,,I beg

statesman, to whom the'Republ/c'-ovres! 'so I ne g"'f9: rernarcthat among persons so peculiarly favorable;!)!from its :location master; but,!;j idleness( and. !license-'enJn.I, I 'tracts Idi i state- ? ., fiQ"'yourj_ ; paper. ,fo"rfthe- -; 'in-*,"
much pf gratitude and ofaffecti6nr: .: of the characters and its';commerce and :especially its which
I principles ? sympathies dulged iri .byithe: black, tends tOI; a;.relapseinto'tbat"oiiginal' r' P- -- .,my ,clients 1 and. constituents,
Relying npoh'yonr.courtesy to give'tbjj I wbi h..those possess.who areguuty lumber,trade'for the operations 'of'those mass too that. a!*
: :nonsuch intention :
correcti' .ta\ement\ ,the same rfceiYf cnrrency'which, 'the original .4: of:vioUtmg these lawsuit; is'next to im- re. leSS'of: uirihtsYaM'" "ever're: dy' 1ij blrbarism from-' '(whichfcivilizedjhumanity and: 'lb: shall visit; :Europe, this ',;su met1

"I : pos8ible t'g of. 'M ti, whojiave rSo todisturb'otrj ce, as1' tbiaf The daily ( in'part'resc'ued him. : lafrib j ;
; am.'veTy'respectfully aod'truly anbmn/iuA
.JiltES .E.'HnvEY, ; long*indulged' a sickly,'wild 'and reckles arrival J1d departure f'vOieis'fieq" "Vye'fiope, ,the''resnlts.:. ,':!sought; by,th., re ministers; i : 'td/Flprida'/ja' ,'-
.11! 1 ___ .J._ -'. ', : :violate' 'iii'their' at' commendations the.repOrt and reeolntio'hsi many years hence, to,continue tnT
fanaticism this subjectl tnll ly taking i remote and ,
... v ".. -.upon'l- ?. L" fr3>V' 'L i i',55:5.i:: ..____"_."_cargo. 17 .AL "_ ,-'___ _.1'f'uniretjuenieu __.- ':""L_,_'._ _! "L__ _=_..,_ ,_ l iIJ': ( ; : nrnfp "inna1 anil' ,T nfv-ial .latiflDS
1mortntA. Letter_ front_'ben._ Scott.- every principle,01.nonor,(txuin,.ana. lt poinis. 01 ine.,riyer,. anora wilt ua li lAIUehi; jiney merit approval the \vhi' $ jI"'C' --- --I'---
% -- of private property, before.they.will give great facilities for.thek secreting of.sl ves. dependent'of thei:intrinsic amis; for)the'legjumafc.'rational : S te'and its citizens.- While\ an
: )
i .
fj ;; -The editor'of thf Geprgetown jlKy.).'He- evidence 'toconn'ctadoze of kindreds And those slaves who hirer,and have coni : and, unexceptionable l course single ha : :Jacksonville,JoasvW' :: ;Pate,
raid has seen 'a; recent'letterfrom' ./ 'General sentiments for a violation of these laws., i maud'of/; their-'fiwn7timei: have both'the proposed for their accompUshmentl. CI >. wastd : r act 'for:' e"-" .'all .my'lbiwinesa'

SCOTT, in which'he says : Slaves'are tampered i'iithand; receivedon means'and the:opportunityftus presented, *". ....I r: "* *' called jRespectfullyj, .. rt

!J'jY ulhtve: public bplnions'lp i conceal-I : board vessels 'under\.the/mantle- of either,'for effecting their own escape,or to be Mon.: '_Coa_;" 5'tp.,' 'of and ,0- oJ 'Yoar obd'f se"t,, z f' -
have darkness of the; made the ins";mehta,. 'sHucing;bthersto' '- as the t' ,: ---i ': ; RY N.T:
an'd.nojpersop cognizant !
; : but; one'aet'or"oplnions' on.these'eub .The, Ocala. l Co. contains. .a callt'foraConsUtutionaljUnio I .:. .
jects, for:the people of'the North: South, fact,jexcepttte.bmcers and crew,':wKo i'. effect theirs.::,-iAgain/.allowed to i go at --- ', ai meetiogj.fortheiZTthnltV -- I. th'e"last .' '._I, f :: : .'i''

I;.' East tt or West" j and, tIuSI pinions'I arzpre.pore1 .. the gfltyTise actors'inthV.:nefarious*:enter large free,from the.proper.and immediate ; ..h ai -lb'rIndlai Depredation
\ .take for "
to '
a. iI measures ..the appointment : "' -Befused. : =: 't
ntbmit'torgeneral 'consideration' and restraint > "- _
4I $ Our citizens' rights are invaded care of master or overseer
\ ; ,; : : ,.: .: .: '5.
toon tit Ttuitable zpporl 'riity present* iltetf. of Delegates to the Baltimore Convention onM 1 <' T'
private'property, Itippropnateclr-rwd Qur the siaveidulged1n.a larger freedom'than ;' t. : :
by vention.-1 the action'If.the of Whig a State'or NaiiphafCxmve'nlion a National Cop i laws set:tdefiancd.: 4>y-persons';actuated he has 'beet,:accustorne&toenjoy, ia pe-- ..I : :y;; T:ai )in.seCuing'' theina1Ton -The \, :; to .pay for contained Indian'depreciations in-the.Defi.

RlfJor thIfiews'.the, lead estuons by a mawkish sentimentality. TJpofl .ch'menlit culiarly.liahle,. form 'bad "assbcrations ofMr; ,riLtMd'a; ahd, "or s'ikoilier cause ,

v of'the.Jay,'they; will:promptlyfand ngu most txIlfg is"not ''unreasonable" "suppose cf L. tii ; idl?;'and.t"yfcwus;: :.js1t-: action as, may devolve pn'the.' ounty i in'put. < ; .in Florida'Alabama' and Georgia

'1 be given fn'J'! '* ,' the sanction of. M'fo t,{ea ld'J -no inj Suchhas; .been(and cveriwili bein, nine meeting.\ ., ., .It' ,' ., ,f, f. '.1 : the term ) { $has been:rejected bythe Senate.

l 41'1r''? .,-,' *. .. "* -_ *"- r .1, 4 flaencei' ;; /t "- fi":' ':" -':'<::-. casesvout;pf,ten,the result; 'of/"Such'. 3ndulgence. -1 J. :!:; r 1 ; ,_. r___._. : : ,, \ : pr p 'i d3Vai overihres'hundred
1( '.' ; .<' t. h lant pe I ," 1'1'An'ezchangi j tJ1iSJdim' .: iu&becomii" !.3,_ '.r ,. '. : ,LZ&dm: Muxt.t't,t I d l ( to
vrt S" .'"';'" .f... '_. j f/Tigrbbyute''in"i"jme ,J.. .. ; $ :anlrIWlt"Il ... ..' ttAt11ol ;. e ,
tt-'s: :
): : t'J
-\ ) "
.tf-.i. lut when r : examiw
1' yoWCo=ftteed; J'e PAA suliit1totbis..imectingthepropdetyyof .; ; thepoitedtime fQrh ,.' commniisionersaent-to :
: 'This for
'says: Mexieo.: : ;'objects""to} lady several years a r :;ofMiddIFlridaiithherfexiied named, :
of Ihelri ldtheyhwve.beennnsuccesful
the Gar 1 cruafafSdpitot Jj'ai recognized ; re- payment, ages arrites:, 81 o husband ? during1 General JACXSOR'S admiiK

rt ia ibe'iBttt 'i1et i n? ra'an'ne'rf oh'various'!occhstpai > 'commending to the next General ,Assemi ,' ort!wasted :Ad iit'iuiiK; ; were j" i "T ',sam,- I a:iJV I' :
ri i
The t ex-Kinr
i _# as will bt'established'by'dpcurhenf; ;' bly4he pasMg of-'ft'la 7 ,:BWldflft.Iheiujdinjpf 'l..pIan'd o-i iv thm, UyU bddicdtoor.'voluntardyi .ft-.. J"f-' i. Na-' for an. ; Cn( ;Jthe, :actual, adntot:
aTy: ' .P t d )f. iie; r g o f on the. t J rtt 'consequential damages.Bat

the 'Garay$ntnfJ-l 'Sjinplv1 be au e:lie'h ;bfanyvcssc1E1Wthdi! ,pg.APT alav or ioxrofmme to supply t>:*'replace, )'l rhat ,"Virginia; ,.hss,since tbe decease her conflpjli nthf. \ w .ijp.:mad fo? the;pay- .

+ '. placed WIn UMPkuds XirieHeanii; The' 151AV S pn}poIIoI'Illi'tf:1011",} li;"Weh J v.e tJi eir T-jidjen' !SS*or" *-vjpious.' >? )habits.,-.have!,1'4 i ti 'this; home ;of. 'his}adoption.'been'; :!invited f tf a q..i ;; the'c1aiiti lfe"6bliiration upoa-

to M'the n objeetionf'V'a">rto'; "the': ran bat! been;permitted to.remaiu>there.?forj; the them "misappropriate.2' "Thus, the; be 'Bnn'6e'l' TO'NAMLibirto'the"8horeV-of: pp l "GoYernnnt1to..paf.wem
grant madeftoATnericanltltizenSafU {:'.Tt-tif.t "- > f: .*">* bra':number'of: the"( Senator
4 T'ance
'g of. tea interests of the master: n&l i thanwther 1aii : :
>;fehe had suffered the toutcto be i space Jniul1te8"unleSlJBentl by his; to the fortunes. swhlih( events \\heiajo
: r d'bt herjFcr their oini OT6ri feerflor' ll,eing and'h''ii ibf the 81 v vll f :- A-I i "j- -;-- Uo.'j-iJxiH i ba ''by"; the'i inajoYrty'whorejected
,. Major Barnard-of''the: United Stat i 'o.: employer'prerompUye'iBvideriw .2 have conferred'aponum;,in:ppnsidera ipnof tjon : ) ; dment profidihg' for them. .* "
poKfapbi 1 EnrineersV: iitio'/I TgJglBIlt : ;.against.'the 6m&m 1m, ..dlr-ttJ 'a1odI1 fhQ"'c NOtahV.4Uocleuof ?
;;'Hetjr) p ,, the attacbmen\ : the i big,thi. :r. -; r' J"
T. =
gr dt :,ighiofvayii!: Ii J 1I robabi1ity. rcwpfsu: 1i 'ease, "ht>tlie'hUcecllrocVBlave'or avmg' anoe,rccommcnae4 .. 194n. atherikon ii N epl4;"1!hf 'f fit rth'e la't MvairiM MOST. : of Congreaa i is being:nAf

mCre7alfl 3hf f'getdng ri4f the Garat BUj f tomikway,., .JUln- un SUTl'lVn'f.,9 ].. is lOuna -.U"f r' :" nS ; It is'said that'the'genent arraagt
c y--'<-fc n > m r ot'ld 1fri a 'tb
BUU1 >U t VCIU onci'UU("Ul::1hWa'lncw ; Tb pincpl iV1t5ni'Lid "S'. ut in theiniunous influence oslaes allowedtiir NORTH -' ucb'asto secure safetY

dfficttltiMXrill rJriFItlPiir"bl' lcffSrihterferawStVtbet"gbt6l'way -.- B ., 'cf jj ot athei 0"jtime,"'on. : 'those,the. ,,ino'J'S prorbut'cbarme&sttbtheincentivea.:: of ffp .:it. ; fiieland; tte'root fltwi'i'i,. ,
; lCtlmti.- :: rp1" .m Imperial favor;ha 1aCi-hereparture, ina i Jhatwe : : wefl.4matir 1P1aa
'H-J.Dl1fJU.If'; svof,1whotheri
c '
) :vnttionil Aflwrjcarf ;"will f invist a'doPlaf'on t. iEm ,f. *< *: COftYencnuWitb
; combining
; te.m rs'f'uhm '
ibfe Told'!!ftlihtll. be pfofecte'r jects msrchanta,,fhopkeeperspand otherBj no ,' 'i e11, tI ; -
bi>*>wn'GoVeraroehi '-Merlconatl neitbertfttf'poweri'ld1 :ithojoicm e can. .whose condition in htheaii ''i'i"'1f.. ..J i".t.r 11)...,.,1?: c' "' 1't..t "'dfa" :. &1:,) } ; to-rf q Jlaae4l'ol

'fnaVe feoo3. 4' promiieV: 'ofprotectioa see no reason why 6mcerf'"andrcrew, witJth :&ll9w i' 'i aJ.1a.r tlo&Wab guest'anitreiaffvf. ; \thej"PnncePresidint. I : J l' works bar i-'k '... .\,tfI'

I ,'nor U her sincerity to bt trotted. vessels coming .,from abroad should underlittleor, no restraint,.having ample. .' we a, -S

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:. 7' _,: t 1 t C" eltoa..( Jt.:-:.:.':-'--,,'-.--:'-t.'f
.w nit'pat'law'nit. invplTing.the title toIi f Of'the J..IJ1Iy I1iI 'I. .1 J 111 f t'l .. ".... .orid... -.". ,. d THS i.fi
ip ,.J>. ,,.. ; .- J.1'"ft.'i' ,' : dat.' I&T _
.c''o -f '
the whole penir.sula of Flotida; and Depending ; 'Y.l 'V.tf .,'nke .4..w. eket U .' acecuaaMy..eberLt,
lbs UQ
lell'U1 telaazpd
of tho.; _IIe1 ItHBte ( .
1 1 :; ,.1, ,; "
ponprinciples J in:great similar to "" "'' '' '' "j.i L.'JlI.'A' \ i
ti 'part If 1' ' .1' -r'tAfo
"tarl.h" 7'J cKs from the i
UD.a. &S
.o .
J. ,, .11: IL 'IETTlRco3LMANDER SafUr
those involved! in the grantrto Count PraoxRasrao &. ""N ; 'r" '" .r ._ : ; Susannah Lowej *"
'N.F B"OWNf 1.:1I" ; .:k;""":" ". ..'., 'rl --
whicii covers the, fresiiiiejBJf.tbe : .also.' I W.oJVNfT'. "4 'f.f"/ '' ,' o'., t .ao1rt ,i d7OQ.tht. '"- .1lOaltW.Q .

from the line of ;on. ,if"a' ci nnBE st1BSClUnERIa&\iatW.m' ;5J : :'m.c s. '
State the ALICOH jrrant, I .< ;'..t.n T&.Joba's tint. .w11h

the east,;to tbe'westeru 'boundary.of Jflorida : "*-' '17&eA, t"*WI rieDOe in w tu.eJdD tbit,- e4 The tr"-n.n f.M I..1Ieta. :1tbieJa I, '' .. ....,.I.AIIoH..a" ;.,'
J "JI" "deeanaTpctfony hom ot.amnl ._'t' '
their :
the west tried at &, 'Ugustin ; la'riteiths pnblie la call and teititi merits.' aadz4epanen" .the 4ilIgsor, .F.b.. 28. .."au.'to":, _.
oa was .
lie -... ;.
May !
ever .
hir .
> .
wnrt <
f j"IJSU : *! effort &e jettlUrati tho 5e "M.1 "- --' .
in the United States District Court for this ; t Chr stw" and esteem of erery vo .j mf j 'WVB*M: ce.SIX -
hispapOsx and
to instil W -r t'a
r7WSdoded5yI *U IPPJ tt _
District, commencfnj-: :'Mondayi tbe'lOth. : than to intellect thbse principles and to which refine the tend to nerelop th- -huraan 7-a1'.1 acbon1'il1e every Thursday A.jr 10 A.8 ju' Hon.the Jadg.of PtibH*-ot Cc1nbt t .
of ; heartal 1 -: irc" ?ieGlata"ertTJiars4ay U,' '2't P.'.. eowtTf>r Letters of A tol & .
the ,24tl | a B.th
Without AI'
ter Monday .
oaUog.on itf the ; "
and ; being least
: sectarian,lh nnt .
a tit. t _I .UT11UnrQf. 1 .. W..l Wi1IIam Cdinsn'-f "1'
:iaV. ** ,.: tote.y"JDO.Uh be conducted on religious principles., .n PsJtk .yerr F.w.i..'"..J ,- "i4 jrTr'sfcr JOHN'.' Ld'AN.:"(

The form of the suit was an(action of OTOf,."" MMnatloiia, wbiek experience h..t1JtaR or Ireylews raggeOedL and tho ex. Leart TePicoJatatTtr1'frid..l.JacksonriBo ,10 "..' ADlptor. ;March$1it '" !Ap :

ejectment brought in the n came of the:present : : Prtaeipal acoBijredcanBot atters belArt hwelf that, Leave Savannah every every Saturday Friday atja8 at ,;;$ .!'p.,JUnv' "II ,. i-IIIoUee ,' ( ,Ot

J; : r a 4i '- S"fcThealta ; .- Tire.: Florida niarbeea.built kund r the special StX aoftlhs after date I win'prtJenl.toy eIo.
ownerofibe grantagainst JOSXTB A. "N"Y. .- F. gest Uiduceznent Sr. seredknsot th. ling soperintendertee of CapC Coxetter,and her speed M.-'*intrsior tl th.EstaU o&Vn*
| Md beah
purchaser from the United Stalest ,( li w &lid .aeeolluno4atiau$ ri passengers are uaiur.ff.seed hcrtnSr"edte the UoaJodgeorI'obst.:
BJUDEX: a : S. to eend theIr.cJUJdrenfroa Wrwiil : bi&Jl1' :ks4 k"fbt< 'h1a'.etMIDOD' j
p&u1Ie 8tiohn'a
For the plaintiff C, Ff MATER, of Baltimore; :: enre. ,-. >e spared- in proyidins. ipi,Ua.--aa. .. a1i4 ': nlghtanj JIUI&n DO1&sverpacedui.the as1ow_ "f bya.,ctha t1neU7 Ml&flOsaes of tbi1aeahe.f 7i.d3echarge
N. joymeDL
,lady and from the onia7d .
farther adnOnistntioB Estat
Judge THOMPSON,and McQueen ilcIurosH, Fla. A. The diseiplin wKJ fla..1J. though mild plying to either iDl nD.r.t.io ,cu.b5Ob544 by ap- -_ GREf ;
t of the ; .J9U SO _
'a .v.ndeJ1liGlid agenta..r, : ,
: ; ; holdand : and persnasrre. J.J.. .Adm "
of this State. .For the defendant Hon.D. .1W..CALDWlJ t
{ [rCharlest
Esq 'r, flai. }- The course of Inatrnetioa Includes aHche tbe br '.w.BuKERSa. 'n1rat rj .1.tsst: r.- c 1i
L.-YctEi GEOKGK W.-Caxr, andiC. C.YOKCF. G. .of'a thorovgh"JiDishtd. Education; 'f '.
'BELLECllASSE'" FINN EdA N, 4 ot1ee. '- '..tJ.,-.

Esqs., employed by .the United : i MHls.Flal antrafallpreparationforanyConegeclast"ENGJUSK, <":'; 'Ji; : 'm'- :-'4aebenrilte. r.iLL PERSONSiiDlr.'4e' .

: } : 5TUDJ .. -,. '.u.n. no" _,"N[a. .' 4..the estate Dt' ,Mt.(: .
States. : .roaren Z1-th J- M.
( ; ,Orthoprtphy; Reading; ;Penmanship;Pbx> .. Iambi county,deceased an her*by remieitad 14
At the opening of the case, counsel for : : ." -' .'ts |I rapby Grammar Geography Ancient and Modern nog ,The 'steamer.i Nw l' present them duly auUwnUciled within Uw-ttaJ f :.

: t iJOTSCV History; Khftorie;jfook-Keepinr ComposW Leare. ;Jad:1'OI1TiUe'on"! prescribed bylaw or they will"-tied .upBr8ODtIDdetMd
in ,
defence the :
the to .
objected reading grant ttery ,
tion and Botany Bible .1.said ;ta.&t
Declamation the.
; ; ; Vocal &Xitsi1Ui4 CIJ
under the of the State e1 a MwcDrawmg. T Saturday morning at 8 -'nt1orEnte', m. :
evidence provision let !
.Jacksonville u r. touching at Pieolata at i past 12 p. nU n41eui ,ms4'f 'o *d
I Constitution, which prohibits the reading in all the SCIEJTIFlC'CQURSE.5.Intellcctual :' '."; Pllatka Monday?at 8 a: m.,'arrive at EntsrpriaeaiOrhefo.'jayl0m. .. \ "}. ,- m.ftil't'ot ""Iatn.t.

said grant in evidence in any Court in this slrenomy, Chemistry, Moral,
;Logiceology.: UWchinr"."'at.Pieolata,' at 2 : .; .1P: tbt..81 Ua.'ow nftW hi byTrsI
State- (see Sec. 7 Art. 17 of. the Constitu. d the ITnit&i p m 1D .
D and at .LP 1 shin
; MAtnEMAT URSE. arrive JaeksontUIe satte dsylWay passengers poie formic beZ.rsi the OwrtBwr*j
tion) and cited Yarious authorities to show District of 'i : lauded at any point.the rivercrpUmgeorfreightpplyenbosrj.- door,in the UwnaC Jck onTiU county.or j.
devoted Aithmetic'A1gebr ; Geometry; Trigonometry : Tel, OD the tnt Monday in J ne,1S5 lHI1"eeQ
that the same rule of decision must of'necessity .. I ; Surveying; .' ; Analytical Geom- /P&.Thedsysh'tthe THOaJtis -unemployed thI"epMtOD1'i'Weu"'f 1thi
i f ? etry;,Differential and Integral Calculus. Jacksonville will property, or so. thereof
be regarded by the U. S. Court. g be appreciated for u will MT the Stat.
the.basement i I .4 towing ressel to sea or:t.'th.. for and County Taxes dn*thereto for the JS5I
i CLASSl ALt': URSFj. er-w year ,
But the Court over-ruled the objection and ofBce.= __ towing rafUi should any offer.i' ... .> ;' f.,: .? towitj,. '- cs.- -vrTrFir
permitted grant to be read. ; f 'LatInGrekGermanFrencii.; IK "- ';'- .: t }'eb.19..1852-am. hundred and i ehy..fgla! tI'd..ddr
( J QUARTERS A coarse of Lectures will be'delivered! daring t': situate, lying and beiny U the '>aiaof"iD2t
Defendant's counsel then objected that : Fort the year upon'Philosophy and Chemistry. The : : r ;KEW HACK :JLINEFrpmtAlligatorrto ; PottebBTg Creek.'\and.i.JIDIIlbeJW .Seetior ,

the action of ejectment was an action which 1 Order'If ; School wilt be famished with a new set of apparatUS Ocala i: ..Florida; r y"e uPOn the Plat Teruhip Three fe.tlllf
i Major and'will afford ample Opportunities for becoming range.Tweuty-wsTea East :in Ahe>offioe-r.the
depended upon the right of possession; that, acquainted with science. .and the practical ; 'The sibs iber takes t&d Surveyor General of,Floriia Said Land being i
of its laws.- :of informing the public that he lias'Duw owned by.the heira Fraaeis G0odwt.r ownerfjunknown.
; to be operation ,
the right pf possession had Act of Congress .
,.by Division of v The Academic yearwfll divided inttt'foar iu uixt dtal operation,bon this route,c0m- UJUAh OWDE.N.H
in fortable and safe two-horse HACKS, which nln- : Fax.',a. Col'1'I 4.. '
passed 1807, been taken away from title of quarters of eleven weeks each. Students may enter ; :
ill:connection with the Eastern and Western Jac1lOnriDe, Fit. NOT.6, %
; after the eojunencemenVvf ; L134',
all persons claiming title to lands by title I be respeeted any quarter;and Stages.from.Alligator NewnaasvilIeand >
: of Major be charged. onlyfrom the time of their admission. to Tax Collect ',:Sale. "-' "J/
paramount to that of the United States until : TEIUIS -T Ocala by-icanopy, twice a week fiearinr('ADi* nJL9 Y VIRTUE of the '
gatdf On Monday and Thursdays, upon the' M- f power Tested ;tn r t F.
their claims should be first recognized by Adj. Board and.Tuition, 'neIDdint.1ighi [faeL. ani vii of the Eastern'-Stages, and'lUll through to Hong Law I shall etposejfor'sale pefaw the C' llr "
Uoor, .-
Qu washing, per Session of fire months, IUD 00 Ocala so as to connect the Stages from P.a.1:tu to the town.of Jaiitka _c ranty. *f
the United States. But the Court said it German or French extra, ,-: 6 00 Tampa Bay, on Tuesday and Friday nights.. ,on $the nVMonday in'Apttmber, IS2.
could not appear, until the plaintiffs had ( Ma port Music (including use of Piano) 15.00 He would,further,assorb passengers who-may tb$legal hours of tola, _the following de'scribedpmpertyoree *
ORDBll Fancy Drawing. - 5.08 take his line at Alligator or Ocala that,if, they.desire lunch thereof hrBl i>ay
concluded their that this claim had'ot ? i. the State'and county Taxes due there n'for tha
case, C. Paintingin Water Colors 900 to proceed on to Black'Creek, they shall .
been so recognized and permitted the ', : : ,'\ If oil .?'i ;" '- J2oo be accommodated with:comfortable cottreyance, I year Land iss, ; to wit r 16,000 acres move "r.m" of
case : Including Instructions in Perspective. from Nature at reasonable rates of fare,as.if the line continued situate.lyinf, and befnj in Section 3S'of'Township
to this hereby ' 10.S.;or Ktoge K. E.f Section 57 of
proceed, subject to objection. : through to that point. ;
with the (Payable quarterly' ,' in adranee.) Every attention.within his. as 'to the rpwMhipll.3.J aad Range 25- E;'and'Seetio
The plaintiffs then read a paper emanating and i comfort of Towmhrp 10, Sfi and Rang ZS,"Kv'aaff
"passengers' and the of
from King Ferdinand VHth, and dated } TOE DAT.sTI7DISTS. gage, will be rendered,and he most safety respectful bag Sec 38, ol.ToW'D8hlpU"S, and Range 28 K;
will English Studies and Mathematics, |10 00 said Land being returned as the property of.Rot
share the ;
the 17th of December, 1817, directed to the ,who is fully Including the Scientific Coarse, 12 00 a of CHARLES publie pat-oaage F. FTTCHETT- ; bertMeHarq"IJ;..R.FairbanbAgeat..R..TBOYD- -
report the Latin and Greek, ,- 15 00 : .
Council of the Indies 15-3 L
them NewnansvilleApril7,1852.
infcrming that .
: \ {Payable 9narterlyln advance.) ** ." ,_. TixASS'r&CO1I'rPatUuICQ 1.
be had granted tbe lands in question to the liberal deduction'will be made for pupils in 'l'ab.tka Feb..l9 2.&d.s.Il

Duke of Alagon, and directing their execn :, the Primary. studies. 'Address'-- .!.BROWN. E.'L'JIARJtISJN, &.'GO Columbia .Co. Tal:Colic o!'4jeJO';

lion of his decree as far it might conformto / ', ON, BAY 'STRE'r.FROSTlNG'i.ED.. virtue of
as .are ne renee. ..WITH'SBRICK.BUILDING.JACKSOSVlLljE BY authority tested in me by Ja1lllll
the laws.A for a certain Hon. "WnuoiD' HALL; Rer. S. R. WTJIKOOP, expose create in front, of abCoilf
; January 1st; Retv COEET.CHAMBERS, Captr H. B. NONES- .. 'FIX..)RID- A.. House door Columbia County,en the arstllM-
second paper was then read, dated 6th ;or Wilmington Del.. MrLLEa Brandy wine Village oo..J day of June, 1852 the winr\de xribedLit ta4f
of January, RevT. lover mIlE SUBSCRIBERS respectfully inform or parcel of land muted in, said county on the
February 1818. technically called a Royal hire of'a E. Rockwell; Brooklyn ...Y.'HonrJVOi.iFHANT.DT. [: 'IL their friends and racquaintaiiees'that they Suwannee river near Livingston Ferrr; on said.
Cedola emanating from the Council of the consideration A. EJBupD, Medford, N.fJ. TfarhersrTHEO hare established themselves the'mercantile river,containing 400 acres,owned bj Amc4 Ein4bey
; failed, and 1 .. business in this place,'and are now receiving aDd or heira, for Uxeadda.the State And:count/
Indies, and was a title in form for the lands. > compelled by A.MASSFIELD, WUminotonDeL L. hARROWS, opening at the stand above named; a faIl-'asor&- for 0"-.Ihe. year. .1S5T.. : Slate and county tax e'
> "
; "
Other testimony was then given, showingthe .J- Andover,Mass. ---",, .. ,.?..-I. nov 27,-5\.1r ment Groceries, consisting;Hardware of Dry*Biota Goods, Shoes, Fancy; Hats Articles, Caps,, :BheriffpmofficieTaxCrtor- ]:TWRJGUT. ; ':d

proceedings of the Duke of Alagon in Bouneu,'- tlte. 4e., With erery variety'of_goods .. /16(5.13,1851: 4 u.f
Jacksonville Female.Institute... usually kept iDa, Dry. Goods Store.: 'Which ,- V"
taking possession of the lands, by his agent, : i INSTITUTlblf,1-naming been in suc they1 offer for .sale!as'''cheap.-as.they1 Can be Nassau County Tax q ctcr'sSalo5

and his sale of a large part of them to ,A THIS operation for more than two years. purchased at any establishment in the Southern ..yiti'4'Ufi-,
the country their entire stock having'been'selected Bi authority ia.meby law rest
will hereafter be under joint control of ;
RicHAao S. HACH.ET, an American citizen, or by one of the firm,with much care and attention d, 1 will expose for sab, in front of the
from whom the derived can find MISS P. SWARtiDMRS M. MAAL6W.. aDd with a view particularly U thin market, they Court House door of Nassaa county oa the first
present claimants : t' for single Mrs. MARLOW baa lately been connected with flatter themselves that they ,WIll Be enabled to Monday of June, 1832,;the following..described
title. Also, evidence to prove the. identity one of the most popular Academic at Greenville, give entire'satisfaetion to all who may favor them tracts or parcels: Of Jand situated in said eouatyi
of I esta.bli S- C., and bringswith mr..the.higbest. testimonials with their patronage,both as to the -prices. and One tract containing 230 acres lying near the.re>
f certain localities named in the grant; for tbe of tharacter.and success as a Teacher. quality of their goods. idenee.ef Mr.John Higginbothamen'a: swamp'
I also, a copy of the Spanish Constitution, : of October She alro refers to CoL B. M. PEAXBON and Mr ''The' Subscriberswill 'be" constantly'receiv called Little Millznd r tract Lying on Funks
'an addition W. D. BcumxorthispIaee. .. lug such additions to their Stock:as the state:of: Swamp'containIng 231 aeresV }Theso lands are
1 showing that, in 1820, the King of Spainwas piazzas Miss SWART tenders her thanks ta her friends the market mar"'require/ having made'arrangementa described;by surveyors as belonging to Sanchez,

a constitutional monarch, and had no making it- and the public generally for the liberal patronage in New York orders can be supplied and are sold for taxes' due. "from l&kw. )Taxes da
South;.and already*aired and respectfully informs'.them at the shortest possible notice.- the State $15. : ,. &
I t right to annul this grant. one hundred 1'I that, by the' recently formed association. Hides,Tallow;Beeswax and 'Buck Horns will 1 ''i A..1" BRAUDOCK _
The defendant's counsel then offered evidence $4,7'( would say IiIr.Maiiowwblh goes into operation on the be received exchange for goods. = '. : .' :ax CofleetorvState
the South 1st of March;an additional number of pupils can Friends and customers are reepectfuflysoIcztedto ,nov-t&s ,, _
the most material pan of which was climate be received into the institution,to whom a-faithful call and eXamide this stoclt before poichasing I '- 'UI
comfort and and conscientious discharge duty will. be elsewhere. .E. HARRjSON or.FIdrida,c..t7,DC. Dnu1sSarahAFaknA .
the decree of the, Spanish Cortes annulling all who cheerfully given by both the teachers.Mrs. J.T.SANDERSON.. -: ,1-, i: ,
; may -
this grant, as against Spain, and certain eared for MARL W will devote particular attention Septenlbcf 1, JS3J; tf. TS.Falana. i T :1'
. }' to the French Department,as well as to the usual Joseph /'- -" "
other secret proceedings in Cortes, reports English studies- .- p Dissolution of ,Co-Partnership -- BILL F4WO1tCtIT -:

J of committees &c.-showing that Spain bad : SAMUEL ..Tbrmt per ytiartaofdntn weeks... THE'--p&rtnmbip''Leretofo existinj be JL Joseph appearing FaUnS to, defendant t .Court,by the affidarit aboTe-staied, that .

t only endeavored to the : 1851.-6r." Orthography, reading, writing. ,.and R. Boulter, P. Moody,'and H.'E..W. Bill resides beyond the jurisdiction of this Court
procure recognitionof .. .
Clarke under the of &
,. arithmetic,. .-" ; -, $4 00 style R.BOULTER CO., and out of the State of Florida;but'within the
this grant for tbe benefit of the Spanish Grammar, geography, and history500 is this day diOlTedb1 mutual -consentj- hr'thewithdrawa1of1LE.Waarka. UniWd States ,.IT Vt'OZDIRXD, that pablicatiod. .
The higher branches of the English .: .
Treasury, and without intention that -- be made insonie newspaper;.one*a:week for the
; any has on education '.' -, 600 : rThe Business will'hereafter be coaaet d'by space of Three Months,reijairinz said defendantto _
j the grantee sheuld have the benefit of any a supply of Extra charges for:instruction in the French Messrs Boulter and Moody, under the name' and- appear,plead to,or answer said Bill of.Complaint -

t allowance which the United States might put up for language and drawing. style. -of R.-BOULTER" R.&BOITLTER.P. CO------..- ;on.Monday, the second day trf Aarnst en-
: will The musical department of this Institution is suing the date hereof,' r the aid-BUI.will be taken
make in. consideration of its annulment. J under the charge of Mrs BRYAN, an accomplished MOODY pro oueuo'sgainit him and such farther -

. : They also' offered several compilations of excellent performer on the Harp Piano Forte,and Gni- / .11E.1V.CLLRKE* _. order giVen in the. premises s.sto, the Court'mayseem
for a tar. Pupils from the.conntf1.cant be accommodated -I Persons baring claim.against the above firm", meet. .' .
Spanish laws, bowing what were the ge'ne- t so with boardIn;spi5etable, >:uniliei" ';from.I are requested present them for settlement, and HOSIASTXJTJGLAS.. I

) .rat conditions attached to all of land ding to.taste.' t12tCftI5perIlonth.'v.J.. those indebted threto are notified to make settle- Judge,.&o..lto.,3
: grants s-- FebS6-tf. 7 '? ment. &iATW'VLO&IDAl ',.J-:1

in Florida and showing that the Duke's title ,between "Public.MR MayS;1852. 1m nlay6 County of Dffral. i. '_. .'
For' PxiTatiB
_. .or lliADorE V. GL&wme; Clerk of'the Cfrcolt

i to these lands was not perfect until these : NEW :The subscriber having-en t red into aSSJpositire > "r. _..PaPer< Ug1' .. Depot" ,_ ,. ._ Court of the Eastern Circuit Florida for Dun
t conditions were complied with ; and also engagement locate in another Zfetate No.,41 Cowt4ndl"'rutlYnoa'f 1q'cpposm county;do hereby certify that the abort Order is

showing that his alienation of this to Pies offers for sale, at reduced prices, about 40U iheJIercAants'IIofet.. a tmeand correct. copy.of the original' ncriLftxJl4_ .
grant Acres of LAND,in this ricinity, lying on Me- ,. in my office.1 .
HACKLET, a foreigner'as contrary.to law, and oop Coy's Creek, and extending On both sides of the 11tECrnMaiiiifa i turinj Company ( i.I..hed WITKtSs W&coF-r haie hereunto set my
band and affixed the Seal of said Court, t6 19U
business AUigatoOead one mile'sad twO mile oaf,the : under the General Manufacturing Law
and rendered the grant void. They also desires to King's road) 4ts eastern boundary being,.within 'ofthe Slate tt New-York) off Ql at wholesale, in .toy of April,A.D.1S5.i-.%-

offered certain proceedings in Council,icall- carry half a mile of the market bouse. The buildIngs quantities to suit*purchasers.U xt n TU' Poirisett's.Indian Lox u ti :
full on it art new;hut mostly in' an, unfinished sUU, LOWEST -palcES, for cash or approved credit v.Papu..IlugiDfa "
,( ing the attention of the Duke to these conditions with and cost ab<5ut fljDOO.1.There'.are'alsOOalt's .. .f erery variety- "of style-and ttmoniai.fro"mThe .-. '-t- ...;..

and expressly notifying hiin i that in ,which variety of young fruit .*'plumbs peaches pnee. t. w. : Te ifleu1ar.ThyaIe1a4e; .
} houses of : apples,while Walnuts;quinces (choice varieties, Borders to nttidSl- following eortiicate of the tffioaeima qoai>
case be alienated any part of the ]lands l.hI. : pomegranile8scnppernong grapes/:&o;Also FireBoartprintiln treat variety .. -r ities of this MediC,Ufrora a regular physician"
him liberal two ralnaWe. IWDerahpnnll.; ''. ;?, I Transparent Window Shades <,* in Colombia 'eouatyri __ _. .z _1(0 .
granted to the would ; { W-
a foreigner '
; grant already ;;Hewillals diSp of.his w.II1g elipbln- OU Painted Window Shades.' .ea PIn GAOY Columbia

become void by law.. continuance liSting in*part';oi,fifteen -aere..of corn,four 'of i ioats. i. Wide Window Curtain Papers, and, ..I, ., fE..,E-,February 29ih ed.t
ing for the ,-,three .iI! sweet J tAtoes?fifteen'.hundred Window;jhade Fixturesn.J; Ihcia SiZ11 take the first oppomm\
Defendant's. counsel also .offered evidence ; in all mellon hills t(floniuhing,and,well stocked with i Of the latest styles and superior finish, all of their. presented since I"w; oa..W writ yoa M I pr m?
to staff or,lire < young lemons,) Jinreft; .liuudred' bolls ot* pumpkins owntnannfaeture and fmpotUttD.tr0Vtbeintoek bed to do in r fereue -: to your Indiaa Loxeesot
that :
the &
prove CoTte- ,. ''.authorized" the. win contin .and mammoth.squashes and,one acre,'in large*entirely DUll they uiviW-Merchants,' Beaw1sle.joimyeert1eatsr -
.& oD.of this treaty:>y the King, in:its personal % garden.t'. g ta.b1d; jamong them-,one'.tnonsand Booksellers and dealers!in thee.,sit jclejerenli. ,<:4. &JJLIOmiiota- Co.,\
: ot.then1-J1eaditi"finely,) and examine their tr Irfs-ad fradeswhdbeYe they: ..wE.lt i2 .
cabbage plants; some, Vbni .
present\,shape,aad had approved the ratifi-- ; | :. J',j: ,.. peas beans;beets oarrots parsley, lettmje,.celery ; ridU.huit1; ."tH.iJU; 'i.u lI..a.U:1..i.t Mr2girLtz' .:i. b :iDeai.Sin \ "
', nd :IeebescJWot5; Country Merchants can examine this stotk from .. 't'haed three t. f laofthertctens.1 -'
nation after it was-made. 'They also offered ; : 'cueumberiII..i fni. oJUo., ,.. ytv .
' of the town 'It7'F. > .6 Velock in the, morning tiR'.1Llodockis ;the 'di D" cHdiDg'a4miOn.:
evidence to show that the United States Se. ,5 cents. t13riokr rd'wnk D .:tlf1t n t Dt *rtniB->"-** '... : ; "A"* "-" .'-. '* of thelbtUes' *.1 d in' ease 'Oi1a1&Dyyatirywbishhsd -.
M r m.t 8OIL
nate had confirmed ;the ratification of rtbe --" '( : otonlding machines,two"iron;,-. chain 1 '. .' April preda.edp&.r"aai or psotrusion -
; .;.;, U., pomp to.;andfroznl.fIeen thousand'to twenty Tallow ? Grease'and Ohio wbi" had b52ed all other
King of Spain-refusing to ratify.the.trea- : ; thousand),ricks,recently burnt-; .Also plantation remedih-U1.t nad.vleenvtfe (1h.r v.were
; ; .tools and ntensil ::a few kitchen.and>otfsehold r"... .;* JJllnerairPaiBt, ,, 4. net.a'Ce.!) The result.sins care.'With out
ty, simply'. ratifying: '"it as ratifiedhy., the : ;; : Sj te articles, stock,*fcoifcc''J; : ; : 300[ barrels MaehinerjOiltpriO.-Zj.CMi ,ts bottle,liYanr Indian Loxeeast,ia 4he totost posi
of i gallon.- .i tire and eertain-tfare for Dysentery and Diarrnfle
King.. % ,: oa-r, the-I2th Jnl"lIetL.lIa 'ri- .per -ojZ500iaUons
R.Y Jc mains unsold of the above property*wffl >goffer ,- .samee73eeuts, ,--u-'t., pf-i.noIlSRleS. -.. of any remedy that 1 hare a* yet learned je .
Defendant's counsel''.offered evidence to I &b eriber, ed PUBLIC*SALE,without,-;.'- ? .,*T.i ;, JoG. of. : "
; : The lands will be divMed into lot to Bait purchasers. 2OT1barreIs bo'aint Oil.K eUper tal .,. _. : ,At. n
show that,there-were,no6ucblocalities in : ; just received Titles anquestionable.and(cnrfj aecpnv ,tvo gallons. Ao. "dtf deS do N.B. SendaU ;ulJpt7Junediatcl7. _

Florida as those'named'lit'lbe grant; and i;I ; : to Stock the of -tl1lg.theabsenee.. ,- ;:.t.r II'.l',gacn&1Ct'" =. "'t."I,,,' 'nIn -'".830 barrel ID.C"ornrtOui.lSes.Tanners Oil Tanatts. P 't..e"Jf AUlas and I\. IHI'.11\. .-i' *' ..i>H *n -_,- ..X" .e.c.. S

.&t .QnchTadditipnal ,..eides, O"' A. **'" 33 to60eentrp r" l 'ToDrghtt- -
tesimonybth; I bios aualttiea.froniSS
In act for .
'be &utho ed to. < .
: .y
::rested. : _, : ; 011D DON. ;... "t;.. ..... .,J05..8: B :... 1500. gsflous tu .:.ipssksOf. .'Ibu,' *' PotAp-tilIP!lt7II6T.Coftdi Pa'
'llTOS kind rtmS5 to )
'( / ,J'AcLsoiULL*, 91\1- qrlanOcs, tent 1U'PadO" anaDedciim -
The"case.was then argued, upon'the.law, of : 'rajldlyr".ia uW J ;eentsperganon ,. ; : jdcsJic.Arfie/; .
'.i kanyrns i. growing
-for bearings.*.
60 tons tallow neary
and evidence, at great length.and_with.ranchability" I my Store it to s ii oustdtra4e. : .. -- -- :: .. ':...J..1 and.warge'-'mschn'ery greas ;ittihsrreU-J, vT1EPaAcTIcaI5bv1sE1Tth.Ii' "
B.emblioan'and': Georgii Savsnpb1LG -." -- peniuni of OTST Oie Haalrti JUaiSM,for"
on. bothsides, .byM; sre. MATE,! 1iea.drygoods! ,.r, ) ". $.,an4 .eoarier,",Ch.,1estoD. So;O- are i.t Pric ask *tceutl- .pet pound.. 7 ; the use of JDrurgisU, AMtbeeartes. Perfomer/

THOMPSOV, YtrtiE,:Cui and.YOSCEJ.when I F1a ::Fe'fi : requested to;:give the above three insertions sz4 i ''j5qtonsOhtMiieralPieamls< atcijbs Confectioners,'Patent!Medicine Factors, and.
; ; I before the of Dealers in and .
forwaiditaeir Accounts,on or day ; lowed market ri 1 Toilet Fancy .>JW e4 by
the..Court instructed the Jsry ibaV the Act : : ;.Goods 1 I \ o1e.$4tb,adieriisrJor pameut "..q' -J .itt D'ln'-the Hokifcx EvxuTTi Graduate and Member.of thr

of 1807,:above alluded to-was; .applicable,to : ; l aii.-.e ;; ... ; coldest.eaSBrnde<>msiaere by th s-r usteg. itabove College orPharmaeyJu-the eitr"of N I-York.
jj : lrou. Also-The eelebs.ted-Recipd.Crt fesorWaj
; ; ... auto t"5
this case- that plaintifli had failed,to.sbowr'a ," i t'\VOBKER' i1e traiD, J 'tl'1Ansee&'Q ;other, Isrdfev maliog good Soap a!on cent f r pound
: ) "f. : that will Wash better and giriAe WkfrffiJtttlwrthaunUy .
recognition(;of, their'.gra t.Tby:'Congress; Assortment'of ,1Jr. i if erro U fot.1 :.J'J J,
,of,French; ] 'the inl'3tiineI 1Jc1& Waunilr rMeiring large supplies of the
.and, therefore, could not maintain. aa actionblfjecinjent. I ; ;.om prising .'c&l1'kInds OfnOPPeZ and,8beeirO named articles and my motto is. 'Small. Is wirth. fifty tissef Ili.'prlea. *.bo k to
fl eol'd 1 I Work sbehEth..msflUfCur dilgbs -jH.ana ra'uu.'' i'-fI'L any family ExetusiraiwboJasast aced for thtothir'amouatwOl
.*1' &l: ,. ,, 1 MflLCnlinary Utcnsilsi making and repairing.TiBtSutWrs ri:1 ,: ''B..9iI'ONl Vmttd 5u&IfMdr.. ... .tQ
Tbe',Com!.tar1b tyi""'&t3ayfyQ, ,:.& 1 and Spouting BOnsesj Iin Eooft 6 vlatIr'du4a tliharl'. 1I use,) <: .C'B.9l1jri0e'
t..N. tli6.tl't
believed Muslins," ; lag T1*and.CatlDb'4f.W'orlr JaL'J l_ ,' -t f# ;" N...YorR.lpeifa
ifihey tbeSpVUh laws'weye such I : ; Plaid.: to i,line ol1n Dea which wlUbe. '- ; P P'9 .
bad read 'to'theoi 'then 'this'' l'tf'f I executed with rompthes aDd despatcby !:t..1; 'dvrai., pay forone'eOpw1'ishr1l
as been .as .
.. .. ..., v. 8tM.. &
J. sad J '. Orders' fOY"$ ,">tJy"COII'f'.Jo .. _. &. !, '.aa"rl" T.I.o f be seat = .It.
aDd : sWi ...
O. -n t. I
grant :Bpon COD4iI ; ,Jb. ol r ,_ rom -
: !?* r73 .!JI .i1'--'uOGutff' -rfi..t1..i 'M'f : .sshie.stlaseewt1
: : : t 'P\"f. l'.n .: .Ml& reeee-4heek.
AJago 'J1a! i f 1 \ ;Jheet! ; Si1k1.h't fIo.-r.-U.tr ".. 'It t 'JackIoDfi114_. ;:'' been estahilalied many years/' int atalargediseoiifttjBf lIDO' apr
f.:7'- ''- .
conditions,.the grant had.:become Void. ? I\ .:.'. always maintained a high reputation't' t iUi1W i1Iii.84 '
# most d.lissousibasiterand :
& .plain i < J Jit waU''r''ntf -U4 t.tfor.U&l.ot, .00 .. ..
The Court further, charge4.the.ury"thal I! ; (: >] &Qlovesy : -. -Ma" N = Cragranoy, nd at pnoec.wbkh lave:" 7 iStea Saw"fll1 aRI.ESSE y-T" ;
the .
the''sale' 'wu"iia'Yiotat1oii !r aDd LW. e1 Instance-girea saUsfaetiotinliETb T Mtetptoof *r.,'t'
lltcktET '
'. ,. ?' ; : : : ASHINGTO r te4purand IIJ&Y bet returned the M& coMPLt_ ae-
.:Spanishlaw, and tbe'lands bHU1.lorftitec! ; Bootees. : BEN= t oidei t1tcom-i pT9v.to bssthUare reprUeD&ed.v lb. ,eac IWai.'Q' 1"OJI' -

. ;,. ; -. loLl by thit CempaDyare doH
Vl STlmfcl tT'SS
;'fe. .the. King; f"lt. ;;, ioa.IJ'l.i. -n" bloAoi,[.,.. i.n. 1 .-d'1 lb- .ke2flithere .:' *& SsSS&" .Jrt" *
t" .
: 9t" .' ... waterne to
-The Coort farther tSW I ; ; "f'.tI :"1t. JJ1F1t.r. "J 'iJotel'k.JI"
charged tfce Jarf .i"i cbln1 &W
-. t t.2I4. a li 1ft'ioIt.
C T Tl *i UU".1i
Sta. ;.T-v 2 Q1aI1b1a : z .
'tG annulment J ofihts grw43y ibi King and I : rao..r ridli ;.."J tIii' 01., ''.:. ;' -1 ,I : 6ij eIt1IIdromUr ..; I.A.tIO.W -
: '' _,,.r 1JX&7: _.1..w,.c, ..".-.c'-'--.0Pt .t1'O- ,.. ..r.T.}. 'T a." 1Aoc ADd CatI ach1Der7 efflwr4ree
-Cortes was a good annomerrt! { :,! # 1*'a ty."u.'_. n t.- .

.that the grant r lj Ci.rfM. _r1 I ; qoh1g and 41.-, : ; i..j aaai'.:. -. ; <$ bmt.6 flti t"-aUeDti) sjifCib fJfg! J 'w'siperiTb.paper.aod d.the.otW!uti4 Caineae.,_nee. _pa-. ,, .thi.1 er."...caza.M..II_. =.y- .. .0 .

aTze4.bySpnisbtreaty tribnnalsj-aDd, 'b1 : 'RU'-\4= ..M41ao1t remainiJ-ur SUwJr of !} :.1., liS .
iwTsopZtCUT0d0U1i by ,
I&Siu.oVJBIONftJIOUSS-.t.AB.TJ.i Of' ..
no JrinSfJrere %iod agaiWjbi"tlnite4 ark' 'e I'Ift
t' the ;ts4OHN' 'st&YEi4i4 : .
>aUirC4 Agent, : .
State*e t&_ #;$ they woiU I : .I1 L'.ndo-ca.aa4 b C i. .J&t .A )1. .1 p 4 Pdf&ftl... : _s..f-4 J"'j.I"8"..tt'JhEA!! .'tI
,_. lJ't, 'q -* &. 1 ., ..
bup"t 1-1wil4M" rit.pJEkloTiIlL! "
r : -* ; .I..o..7' .a.
It_ it : ed14'. ., J.tt". JIfJI1" $ -
tA =, U ; : .._ :., .4 -' = ; tt1 -: 'f QF-
po :'j -r' Hi"I' "' a"U .


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.t TUE.,FoIuPlltTpJ ..GfednlGfiiii slfiTH f'llt cdUTCTIONEERINGrJ 3 3J4CISOH1LLfPiA. r. f6 etat.\ft tamOH44. Bate*of tetterPiitige'toetween otteea in r- 4":w ..J.t '. 4U I i take much pl M rt Ut init sd'your.'dicifl, I
; A. UH1te 8&.u.e ct:W; It4tZQMs. toj. ; all tliose who may be-vhnUarly affieted.'
111 31' mt.E't'UY'l'Ht7UDAI''r ':,' J ."AND CQMJAiSSlQN.,.. <" "' c :, : tk' "'I "' u ;.ean...t.:.c1anerUa.aou.a.IIA.o'. t. hf I"f.OlnSel: 'IfSt ; el lti1Y ut.iuJ 'TniBfaU.uw .DU
: 1" 1 > .
Jiekunm.; fl.1CoU1tt7E.Fb7 ., ESTATE HQUSETOFFIQEBS S.; I t1 r< Sf-JL'' w .&W.3S-: -'fe Jfiwff1I : ; 'fo .. .; : ..TQ..10..Po1Q.t,-. 1' .F.-..., >. f- ,

;i .COLUMBtts', R EV:_ o : --1. T 0 I Governor, THOMAS J3ROWN. :' 'roCYerysngkdterinmflaU:' !p 1. or. haMM ;i X jE : ... SSvJd 27-Ii"it
CUARLES''W tfletistn
I mitt SUBSCRIBERS 'hive en\eied''J eo. 'Secretaty, St.ate of any-kind' tponwhcB'lufornUtfoa6haskWoroomttalnleaUd{ :; ,e ; t &I \ "0 f 'lit; ii1
:1a'im TwaTTnrea' DoUan annum payable I i JL- Attorney General"DAVID P,}jHOGU, .. 1nwritiiig"or"y-mukE talDt'thaDb toymforjwu INDIAN
pet partnership thepueos.osarryIngoi;: ; _- ,4 LOUt
Coin troUei.'OnEAR.D' .4t or signs lent by mail thalrates'meBtlffned.i i*tM rlfrIDlm : : Stfc-4t U "J hTt.
the above : make- fot.
and :
business lto: m
upon ordering .' t. are prepared Treasurer *1 t r'tt.'HAYW.An.D tsbleshafl be charged;.and forjTUJ.a.ddiUonal.baIt"01UlC' tiaeaae 4 I eel nappy fa'
sales eltJ1e'oa tdctio of 'AdbJ&IUo'
Sub erri>ttonatf act paid'tefore the expirationof the firm being an consignment auctioneerBoth or. of the;(one firm Reglstertate1LIJid1; DAvtD S4WAt.ICERrClerk -ot traction "of aa ounce, *above- :the p llo a. fe 3 '" tnJ1.r.' .1tr-or.' ."

& thfe year,are charged#4.; ,- 7 .';".l are well aoqnattted with,the merchants-and Uixensof ; --- 2nremS- '.- "Co'1rt;nOBT-S...IIAYYA1Di'Jtoxc1AR'Y2 .. weight named la this table; additional, mglerate.1a ; ."; } no; ... i 'i' 'J" t'ff., 015T0.TIIEcUBLIQ.ii .'To. >E.- .0'.QRGL.CQULTElL it .
; .f tU: foh..1' POUIHU.EIq. '
.b rcbarged.1m '
: ;
Advertisement will be Inserted at the following the Interior which gives them;the advantage ', > ;- ; T '
i twelve..)* of making ready sales of any gobde of"merchandiie .SupremciCovrt-Judges* 1"t .: .,': 'T'' .. -B.t t 'eeJ' b"
.Oa Dollar 0 "
rate, per iuarof ? which 1 ,.* .j"i"w ',_ ..Rtlule1Ut. -Hsng f_t .abyetrsdeTofed.1mD h' : lt.
; may be. sent.. to them oa consign. .3' i <' .A ,< It' : : Ii '! t.; ,. I ; ,.:: A1Jp 1, .. !
tin ant tad&.ftlitJ-F n Onla tot every subsequent ment. '*" 1 -- -4, T 4' -, "0 Honi Watter And r I CbJ:Jastica J F sacoU .', .1li me to the examinitionand, epjleetion ol the b

.1 tna tlon. o.Wbn ,liberal' ,They"win give their atteiUoa to'makrnr good Hon. A, O. Semmei"" 1 I Aasoclat#'I j Apal&Ch'a ..i : (':. ,_ ; ; _!n ; tt B-- ; arioQs medicinal! .planb/ro'ots] and:herbs pe- my.. children arSin1 were TUsirai,dangerously blOnD 01 1oa\lw with tarce If

Adt tUSebaenb and Immediate sfles..'-They,would respectfully so- n..1.." .-Thompson. ; discount will be 'madeAll tnuisient .., ; :u ,' (.m.\' nliar'toi peninsular Florida; proprietor UrjM rDiafrh;;to. abousixweiz: .J &rIe
t.r&dmnesrof Circuit Judges
(izotp Z fsoD.h& C!rdft1't! J&ccbthit Hell patronage fnm: merchants-and market. ::, : 'I Hdn.GeoSJflawkIiis' .. this medicine bas acquired a knowledge in this almost everything'that generally II used for (
! other cities who wish to KD goeds in our ; Western -'I 1 Apalach. .. tbe
'I disease but all
li;'f with the office) mtui\be I i paid for previous to publi- Any business tn the:ir line will beprrnnpUy'stGEOftGE -- Middle I J'. WalIe l Baker l'hu'e; .r'T, '.-" '"' ','40. .w's. 0 branch which is; Tarelyobtained: i by those commended, me to to no effect. A friend of mhw

\: catlonPerson/ ; tended,to,; Eastern' j Thomas Douglas ,IJacks'vlw ;. It' -a ..'G..- .> .. C I.. whose object alone fs.botanicardiscovery and DIAN "lOUd4ed1oi.'eal1t4., procured is- .
}SMITH} ItH .,
| Jos. B. Lancuter' Kl Was G( J'O" p-
:.sI. ; *at'a. distance'can" gdrera'J&eit Temiftances ,- ,JOHN W.PRICE. James Southern M."L drum, Sol'r W. Cit.,' Ucheanna_ [, ,- -0 1, -- ,Z 0 E-t 0, I. classification. : 'r:;hainothoUgbf"ofcompbundAg bPPJ'Co say that li Bottle tf it enredl.iflt

41 for advertislnf,the following rateu, 'ROTRCTCES.-A M Reed FernandetBisbee Samuel B. Stephens;Sol'r M/Cir., Quincy'John -'-* WHSH PREPAID.!,'. 'r Cts.Cts.Cts. ; Cti.: V ti1thepresent; rearhu; jp Ofii3CbiI4ran.hopingmay become JOV,;7alu .'Me

0 One (twelve lines) published six months Co.,R Boulter & Co.,Samuel Willams. Alsop P E.C1t:,- Jacks'villi Weighing i oior underjbeing ." \ S..single a;'botanical remedy be fIlieted pnerallykaownso that a11 Lha'_,
.. .I, square & Bonn, JacklonTillel Boston & GunbycJ ALa-r OlSlaJ &ndenoD"i.Bol'r; '.' 'L'West"q' '. rates.-. ;. ... .1.'Viif\ 8.::. o lOt "15 him elf, his labors having-'been':-directed to With thU disease may 'bar -i eemi
or .' u" *' ffWOOTwo" & Seaborn Savannah. S "n Oven .: ,Q 12 :2Q: ,80'' and safe rtniedy ,_Yow mu .-. _. .
roche. E M, .Moore \ Goodall, _- :. ; 01. the filling>rders from:abroad/' J '
qumB,for ilx months, 1500 'Jan.15,1852J' tf. 'p"" S r ;' Over lo and not over U 01. 9 18 80 45 AtL.tTtMEnvj
be has led
0 ::Tbe manner,in been ; ioif i.TiE.PoiueUEaqJrt.; '
'h 2 .:I21; 2iJI40: 60 .
other Business Cards an. i.10.00 nroBK.cYFOR Over:1J oc. and not over 0*
Legal and ,per Clerk'or .
[First name'Judge of Probate;second name 1ace himself, in his present'position Js.! as
15 SO CO
'. Over oj. and not over 2J oxi < (.76. l.omdi 'latia
Notices to debtor!and creditors; TWApplication 0 CLAIMS: r WA SHIG TON Ct,Court; third name Sherifffourth, name i. H \VRn Uawn : "" -. :: ::' fo1owS'-.A personal''friend afflicted with ..185L1D

I.-I /' lot letters of administration, ,5 ,DO' 'William E. ,Kennaugh (whenever occurs,u in Gadsuen. sp.) .rax, Single; rate,-afAboTeJ! :.: .r.,-.."-a'10' 10 15 Dysentery;having failed of obtaining telief :: Sit. JUT' tr1 your very n1u\1."
Collector.! "* cine for Diarrheas and bd It tu the
Assessor and by be
Notice for dismissal as Administrator '0 Over Jos. and not over lo. 10 20; '20 SO: aM
of Application ,' SAR WILLARD'S HOTEL, PE3KSYLVAHIA AVSTIDE, L 0 -c' Western Circuit.Offiterii Over* and not 14 os.15fl0' 180, .45 from tbetegullr faculty, one dayaddressed lafe.st.cure fOr this danlft'Ou'cli..th&C f b1t
;; '. '.a' ; ;'! .; $!<> oo Continues to give his prompt attention to the arrangement Cowrftr '111 Pott Office ()verfloz.andnotoyer2oz..20,4G ps ;. 40 -60 urn.thus-/It is- said that;every .soil, and ever known or heard of My little daughter and

For announcement&of u.ndld r office,, :a.00' and prosecution of claims before Congress ; Escambii '0 'Cha tes N.Jordan' PensacoH,. Over 201.a'Dd nofoTer 21-01. 25ig01' SO 75 clime proauces.an; antidote for diseases 'p y about two years had suffered lone and'wu reduced
announcement win be made'nnless the same or.any,of the Executive Departments.-! Ie; 'a P. E.'DeLarua-; CI uliar -almost K skeleton,and I-tried tart rf
Claims arising from tbe Revolutionary, Florida ni : ,t .F. DeLara.f NTOTE.:'From and after the 30th:June'1851, the to tb 'lo aJity j if .spVybu,;with!,your aBotUeof your: INDIAJfeLOXECU3T-
be accompanied with the charged. Mexican wars t Invalid'Revolutionary,Half- Santa Rosa John Chain .j .MiltonWalton mode of tlng'the rater.Tipon Inland letters knowledge: of- the field:'andVbod,!:mart it baa acted like a charm,the ,child ia now 1m-'

Editorial>: otices ,for private benefit will be pay,"or ,Widows. Pensions ;:Naval or Army CI ''E. o.Amost' :r :..,,..( II -1.e. letters eqmp from one office' within the United know,of-somelhing.td relieve m'e.n- j .. proving-and'may be seen by those who do not l*

charged double the rate of advertising., Jounty Land-.or Scrip under law 1 of Feb;11, _d ., 01;rr: Isaiah Cobb, :r.*. T S. States or Territories to' another,'and, also'upon MThe reply'.was, that be. /acquainted/ lieve- .' 4 i, ? jjaespectfnllv. '
and notices 847,August 10, 1548; Arrearages of Pay and. .' Daniel McLeod -*' -Ucheanna.Marianna letters between the United.States and the British with : : ., _. ,A.COLV1''To .
Obituary Marriage tbe
,will and ,
Religions, Mileage due returning Vo1oxeers f Qaiml' for 0 CI' ,*%* *'Angus U. MeKinnon :',I, II.CI North American provinces- to be as fqllows, to properties some plants roots E. 0IWIC.'i"Tt'.1i -'--'*-. 's ,-. .!

be published grstls.Commuth&tlonsmustbepotpls. Horses lost and other;Property destroyed; Exsincurred .. ;Win iWj McCollum wits'Single rate;if.not exceeding half ari ounce ; which he believed'would' have the'desired ;c Sr.'NicsoLi Fia.'i J'l1.

,_ !>* by,Volunteers before being mus- 11olme. '. AbnorBaker.' '., CerroGordo double rate if exceeding half an'ounce'but-'not effect; and animated with friendship;he' eel *, 1s1ADear
tered and-received into service;Waggon-mas- I, *" Martin W Brett i'**,' exceedin.alf'Ounce; tre le. rate, if exceeding abbot tbe eparatioQ'of.a"medicine jmmedi- Sin This eertifythat: tWBottlMofvow

JO ter. and>Teamsters' claims r Marines sailors', .ce 'RobtRi; GoldenII: ounce, but not exceeding an ounce and a half Medidne called .'fINDlAli LOXECUST?
; % .. ,_ 'c" 0 '_ ':Orange Hill ; ately.. The material was gathered by his has permanently cured two of 6fa
J .P. Sanderson o., fca./ Washington 'T/ and so on charging additional. rate for every oar Negroes, severe
Having all'.the forml'Decesa&l'J' for a proper co p Norman Campbell.>. Uf additional half ounce or fraction of half ounce.; own bandS and then carefully compounded. Diarrhoea 1 take uure recommending
ATTORNIY AND COUNSELtoR AT LAW.HAVING presentation of claims 'together with< the :rules -' 'JohnA.Tabor* J Co' The mode of computing ratesTnpon. letters 'to It[ was completely successful;the 'cure was your valuable Medieino-as being without doubt
removed his office from Columbia nd the different Departments ''Fredlt Ri Pittman ". one of the best and safest remedies this discern
1 Jackson. Great Britain and to all other foreign countries tffect d. 'The fame of ;tbis cDre spreading
to Jacksonville; Duval County, he is prepared to undertake.aH,claims', of "j, S.C.'Bellamy the1 British North American provinces excepted, circle induced that I have heard o{ or'seen. Y 01I1'S tI'1l11_' '
of friends
, informs his friends that be will a frequent .
respectfully continue among ; 0.
J'hat kind soever that require-the services ., :" James Griffin' "j !! Vf McthT'Y.E'
may ? :; ( will remain,aaat present under the act of 3d ,
the practice of his profession as formerly. Agency at this place. 1 : _,. ,. **TiT .-,.. Calvin Stephens .. !C, March,1849, and agreeably to instructions applications. for the medicine until, to avoid :To E.:Poia8ett"Esqy
He will attend At each and Term of settlement .Lt& **f .- i rati> n'each: ,? "
every Particular attention given to the proper Calhoun R. B. Evans BlounlslownBenj. to the table of foreign postages.. the tro --making' prep 0 !'iACISOtVILLZ June 9tb t :"
: 183L
the Circuit Court in the several Counties o of ..' '. F. Parker ',' "
tim 'a quantity'was m da'up and kept 'on
the Eastern Judicial Circuit the County of Charges moderate and regulated by?the amount Thos.J. Land* ,",, DIRECTIONS. -- _. ...Dcar Sin",,1 have: used your IndianLozeeut
1L1 Hamilton in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme med, and the extent of services required. Franklin Areh'd T.Bennett Apalachicola- 1st.Every letter or i parcel, not exceeding half band to give) away,.with t a thought of in my family, and.have found it a very valuable

Court at Tallahassee and'the U. S. Court at St. All communications to insure insertion, must Saml V.Spencer' ", an ounce in weight,'shall be deemed a single. letteror accepting a remuneration More! .than one remedy for Diarrhoea?' .I take great pleasure froommeiiding

Augustine.' All business entrusted to his care be post paid dee 4-tf jAHERIOAN ". --0 f t< rate.* r ._ t hundred cures were effe ted. ,.At.lengthby it to the publia. r : ; '- .. -

will receive prompt attention. ':Middle'CirCuit:, : 2d.'All drop-letters-or letters placed.in.any the advice of.friends;and,tired of the inroads ",, Respectfully, J. E.TOWNSEND. '
but *
Address-J. P. SAHDERSOX Jacksonville; 'AND FOREIGN 0 post office, not for transmission for delivery "EgberPO 1lett Esq.
Duval Count, Honda. Gadsden Edward C. Love 4Quincy. only,'shall be charged with postage at the rate of made'upon his time and purse,determined .

44 Jacksonville Jan.17, 1850. tf AGENCY co :'0'' '..-Robt C LesterSamuetB.Love (41C one cent each.: to manufacture the' medicine ,for 'sale, conscious J cntjKaFrnjuj'Ef Fla.-MaJ'U,185t1

CITY OP W WASHINGTON n or !' 3d. Each deputy'postmaster; whose compensation that what bad proved a blessing:a "Dear Sirs:This may certify to you that t bad a
mcintosh Hugh McLean for the last' fiscal the negro girl suffering under a
HcQneen preceding year(ending seven attack of Dtarrhoaa -
A TTORNJ3 Y AT LAIr, TTNDERthe U direction of AARON' HAIGI1T Leon. David W. GWYDD TallahasseeH 80th June) did not exceed$200,may send throughthe few, could not- lose,' its.virtues from being ,and that the use of one bottle of your
WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern PALMER of New York, and WORTHINGTON ;. ", Oscar A. Myers O 'H CI mail all letters.written by himself, and receive offered to:the many, or from having its mercantile preparation called."Indian Loxeeasf effectually

Circuit; the United States District Court at St. GARRETTSON SNETHEN of New 0 Haley T. Blocked through the mail all written communications price; i instead of being gratnitoiis.This .' cured her and I. would take this method of. recommending .
Orleans, Attorneys and..Counsellors of the Supreme << John H. Rhodes .
addressed to himself hisprzvate busintsi which it u a very valuable Medicine.
Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee J Court of the United' States.* Council ,on ; then, is the originofPoxsrir'a ,
Wakulla Wm. J.
NewportMonticello shall not exceed in half free of v '.YountnI, 1 JOHN BRANTLEY.
weight one onnte;
and Claims for citizens in of ,
prosecute any part This establishment is formed for the following 0 Wm: W; Mound This does not authorizE them to frank INDIAN LOXKCVST: ; Mr. Egbert Poinsett. '

Florida against the Government at Washington objects: 0 n Abijah Hall f postage.letters unless written by themselves and on He does not.enter the fiel usa competitorfor 0

either flri-before ADDRESS Congress Jacksonville or at the East Departments.Florida. 1. For practicing law in the Supreme Court of Alfonso R.'Combs f any their,private business only; nor does it authorize public favor in the ranks of Quackery.He J'AcxsocTu.Li,July 25, 1851.
the United States, and conducting professional Jefferson Thomas J. Chace Dear Sir: Sometime since I
May 2.1850 tf them to receive free'of.. postage any thing but has no dreams of buildingtip a'pplendld was attacked with
business before Congress. Craven G.FiCeCI written communications addressed to themselves, a severe Diarrhoea so severe that I could not attend
fortune from and Yet be doe
James W. 2. For the prosecution and recovery of all claimsin "' Daniel T. Lenizo Clit and on their private business. pills potions. to my business.vl was recommended to try
Bryant, law or equity against the ,United States be- '.f' John Wootem } not profess be so disinterested a"philanthropist your "INDIAN LO ECUST." I procured one

; ATTORNEY AND CoUNSELWg-AT-LAW, fore Congress or the executive Departments or Madison' ,Alex'r McDonald : Court-house. IXtwspapcr Ratttper quartertohen tent from as to offer his medicine j for.the pub- Bottle of it: At the same time two member et

Will attend to Professional business in the Courtsof against foreign Governments-before. Boards 'of : ". SamL'R. Sessions the office publication, to.actual and bona lids lic good loDe. 'He.wished and hones ,to re- my,family were afflicted with the. same diseasa
the Eastern Circuit of Florida, and in the Federal Commissioners. / John H. Patterson rubKriben: his We all used the medicine from the one Bottle,'
Court for tire Northern District of Florida; f For the settlement 'of accounts with the (1' Robert McKinney ,f From after the 30th,of'June, '1851, for each alize'a fair return'for labor,'and the expense and I am now happy to inform you that it-eared

At ALSO AGENT State, Treasury, War.Navy.'Post Office, and Hamilton Henry J. Stewart, Jasper newspaper not exceeding three ounces in weight, to which he has'been subjected/ He us all entirely. We are now all well and hearty

*:. Ur general Business in the State respecting Inferior Departments, and obtaining the remission William Day tt the annexed rates per quarter are to be paid quarterly offers no universal remedy for."tbeills: that from e use of only'one Bottle of your'Valuable
L lands the location. of tines,penalties, and forfeitures, for alleged (1'Vm.'J.J.Dunean f These where Medicine. Yours .
grants and donations of and in advance. rates only apply flesh is'heir to, but simply.cJaimsto have truly, j
or selling thereof. 0 vitiations of the revenue, post office, or other. 'U Jeremiah B. Smith f 0 the laper is sent from the office of publication, to discovered remedy in the vegetable kingdom TIMOTHY HARRIS.
ALSO AGENT laws. Eastern Circuit. actual and iona fide subscribers. \ To E. Poinsett;Esq. '
A. For securing letters for invention's for a certain kind of disease .firmly
ColUmbia'Geo.. S. Herbert Alligator ,
( i
the collection of Claims the United -
for upon ( the United States from Mandarin,Fla.,Oct J. I
rpm or foreign Governments States for Military or other services, pensions Dear Sir-Some time since I
and procuring land warrants and pensions .f was on visit near
A. J.T. Wright but .wbat the of that. medicine
supplies furnished Volunteers, and for horses or under tho various,.pension.laws of the United "tt Lawrence K. Mickler ._ '. .' i speaks name your place! and was suddenly taken very sick.
lost for which the United States it in the Seoiinole l dialect '
property States. 0 AlachuiDuval A. M. Caston NewnansviQe ., purports -THE TRUTH_ Indian Loxeeust was-recommended. 'Tie
liable. 6. For collections generally embracing debts .5 Som'l Russell ee, .t .: .:4 .aa friend that I was visiting happened to have a bottle
A ddrea Jacksonville.East Florida. legacies and inheritances in the United States CI Chas' L. Wilson 'a-caGl 'S o of it in the house and I used it, and take pleasure

OSCAR and foreign countries. Felix Livingston Jacksonville <, ,:, I E-t rJ rn ul?OI3LTtSIIDIAN! : L LOXICUST U : in informing you that it cured me. II am
: i 0'. HART j6. For the purchase and sale of lands in any of Isidore V. Garuie..CC Cta.Cta.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts.NotorerSOtniles averse to having my name in print,but sfiS,for
'I A J TORNEY A T'f.A Jr. the States or Territories of the Union, and loan- ftft Geo. H. Smith U ( the benefit of those that may be afflicted you can
23 13 10 5 AND SA-pi.
: Office upon the Second floor at the Court-house., iq>g moneys on mortgage. of real estate-lying Uriah Bowden Mandarin Over 50 and not over 2i 14 .THE iWOS T CERTAIN publish this if you think it necessary. L. '

.' Forsyth street.' therein. NassauSt. -- -. 300 miles 503020105 REMEDYfrOR THE CURE OF. Yours with respect, _
WILL practice in the, several counties of the f,7. For investment of funds in United States 0 C. C. Bessent oocbtock Mills Over 2i 0 SUSANNAH HARTLEY
300 1000'
Eastern Circuit of Florida, and attend to the apd State stocks and loans,collection.of the dividends A. J. Braddockc.. miles not,over 0 75 45 ,30 15 7J 31 CHRONIC DlARRHCEA .. Dr E Poinsett,Jacksonville.Fla.,
collection claims against the United States for thereon and, generally for -transaction .
John's Gad Humphreys St.Augnstine Over 1000,not over2000 '. GraveDy Iill OcL20, 1S5Lt
Military services, and for Horses lost, or other oV all business pertaining to a law, loan, and tttt Peter B. Dumas -" miles 100 .60 40 20 1C 5 AND, Dear Sir:' Your Indian Lozecnst good med

! Sr" property: : lost destroyed by troops in said service. banking agency. Raphael B.Canova fC Over 2000,not over 4000 .icines Some time sine I purchased a bottle from
: .'Al, claims for pensions of disabled soldiers,or -.AU communications addressed, postpaid, to PutnamOrange H. R. Blanebard Palatka miles 125 75 CO 25 124 61 'DYSENTERYWhicb A M. Reed,Esq.,your agent,and gave it to one

ht widows and orphans of deceased soldiers. Messrs. Palmer ft Snethen American and Foreign co Stanislaus Glinskl Over4000miles 150 90 60:! 30 '15 '1\ has ever been presented to the public.IL of my negroes that had suffered very much froma
.j Also, claims for county land to officers and soldiers Agency city of.Washington, will receive "S Robert T. Boyd .. severe attack of-, ;. It cured him.' Soon
and the widows and orphans of deceased officers prompt and faithful attention., William Campbell Enterprise ;. '" %DIRECTIONS. -', _stands upon' its'own Dlerits;and needs;no afterwards I had. another negro attacked with,the

and soldiers. 0 PALMER & StfETHEN, .<< Henry A.- Crane Mellonville 1st. Weekly.papers lY.lrhen.sent. as above puffing. ,JCSFrlx HAS NOT FAILED TO J CUBE s disease.' I purchased another bottle, and it

Also,will give his attention to conveyancing, Office No.5 Carroll Place Capitol HilL it 'Elijah Watson stated,are to be delivered free in the county whore IN, A SINCLEJSTANCE.ff&. : cured him also. >
to ezaming titles and records, and ascertaining J Irly S. 1&wtf. MarionHillsboro' John M. McIntosh OcalaOcala they are published; and this although conveyed 0 0 I do not hesitate a moment in recommending
claims to lands. 11 Robert Bullock In the mail over 50 miles. 1..2&e :1. mills Valuable preparation is compounded your Indian Lozecnst to the public,' as being the.
All business entrusted to him will meet with .. Bounty Land and General',Agency, If 8. E. Helvenston Flemmington .( Newspaperscontaining not- over 300 square JL 'from several medicinal roots growing in the most certain remedy"for Dysentery, that 1:have

prompt attention; and all instruments of writingwill : Washington D. C. 'cc "Jesse' M. Willis inches are to be charged one quarter the above Wilda'x f Florida.;is .ptrnfiLT and WHOLLY ever used. or hear of. If you see proper,you can,
be executed by him with neatness and do- Southern Circuit. rates,1's! Vegetable, and designed ESPECIALLY for the cure publish this. Yours truly,- "

spatch. JOSEPH T. 'WALKER will give prompt Simon Tnrman 3d. Publishers of P newspapers are allowed 0' to exchange of the above disease. The Inventor'and Propri- ,- MILESPRICE..,
Jacksonville.Jan.25. 1831. tf attention to the BOUNTY tt Martin .Tampa" free of postage,one copy,of each number etor is;folly convinced that it .is an valuable Dr E Poinsett, kionrflle.Jacksonville '
LAND CLAIMS of officers and soldiers engaged Cunningham this Medicine. In fact tire test that he has,given it '
and '
:; Joseph S. Baker El. D. in the FLORID WAR, or in either of the .INDIAN ftHernando BenJ. J. Hagler only published; in Canada privilege;; extends to newspapers. In the town in which he resides, and the astonrIhln FliC: Sept.25,.1831.
.. WARS in which the U. Elios G.Knight Spring Hill ; DrE Poinsett-Sirr This is to that 1
States certify
PRACTITIONER OF MEDICINE,MIDWIFEB.Y have been engaged, a' .* 4th..The weight of newspapers must be takenor success with which it has met; warrants -
Maloomb C.
AND SURGERY. ot the War with Great Britain of 1812;-to Peterson determined when him in saying that it is a POSITIVE..CUKE.He have been permanently cured of a severe Diarrhcea
c. c in
they are a dry state.
claims on the U.States for MILITARY No.than'l1rl.Moody has therefore come to determination to by'the use of,your most valuable medicine tailed
Office on the Market SERVICES, 6th. Postmasters
corner of not' entitled
and ForsythSirecis are to receive
I SUPPLIES, PENSIONS, LOST PROPERTY, &C.. and to Ezekiel L. SelphIf free of under their place it within the reach of all, knowing how many :Indian Lozecnstafter suffering for more'than 12
rt' opposite the Court House. Monroe Benjamin Key West newspapers postage, ; franking
any description of business requiring an Agent or 'a James M.Sawyer Bracewcll 4< privilege i ,.\- suffer with this very unpleasant and often dan- months with that distressing disease. I take plea
! JACKSONVILLE FLA. Attorney at Washington. 'For procuring Land ttft .. 6th. 'a1'mentin Advance'does not entitle the gerous Disease, particularly in the Southern' and sure in recommending your most, valuable.medi
Cot.16. Warrants his Jtobt. Clarke ., .cine to all afflicted "f
tf. charge will be 5. In other cases 4' party paying to deduction from,the above Western States similarly
le will be John Boyle Indian 'Iioxeeu'rt" 1 remain truly, ,
charge proportioned to the nature and rates purchasing: my.. be .yours 'Y'- -
J. XXcRobert Baker difficulty of the .. t' particular look: for;my writ/en signature on A.-J.JOHNSON:
I ; :* ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR He will also act in connection with Agents or And ex officio Tax Assessor and CoDectbr. Rate of.Pottage to'lie tharged upon all trantient the label. Formerly of J Jacksonville N&C

JACDNILE E;FL. L.JJ Attorneys Florida, who may be employed in Newspapers and every othtr description of Printed I refer the public below to a few eertieates'io- '.CLIFTON,'FLA., 0eC.'8 ISW
t A Bounty Land and other claims on terms which lected from among many receiTed'from respectable
;::44J.1.. -1 Cloner of Des : following may be agreed upon. Letters [which should be : $fOOOOSA-DL: ,, published Matter at, except interval Newspaper not exceeding and three Periodicals month, citizens of Jacksonville.-, :_ -:. ,.Dear Sir; Ope Bottle of your Lozeeust has completely -
post paid] will receive immediate EGBERT POINSETT. cured one of my men of aloDg standing
Maine attention.
and the
Georgia, from office publication to actual .
June 5. STREET and Fletcher *- obstinate ea."From its complete and certain
Vermont Maryland Alabama, lawtf. FIjRElNPEAKL: Three Stores and their and bona fide P. S, Planters chonidnotb without thiiyilu-, efficacy where all other medicine had failed
Massachusetts, Virginia Mississipp subainber.0. able Medicine Every family,ought:to keep it I take
DOLLNER & POTTER. contents destroyed Deeds before words fnicn's I.. pleasure recommending it as a most
New York
.North Carolina, Texas. SAFES ,AGAIN, on hand. ., ;, valuable medicine.' Yours, &e.,* '
* PeDlvanla South Carolina. General :Commission merchants, ELEVENSAFES of different makers consumed NOTE.-For"each : 5 5 S A. M. REED, principal. Agent 0 for"Jackson- ? T.E.BUCKMAN. .
154. Front. Street,:Corner Maiden ;Lane additional ounce, 'or I .', Tiller 0 "
T- I : 0 with their contents!: The Safe made by Rich& 4a r : To Dr:Poinsett.,
fraction of *
Stair 0
Up. New York an ounce, 0
! B. M. PELtJISON .Co.defied the flames and brought out Its contents, 8. .: Nov. 'S
WILL beyondtbetenounces Jacksonville 2
attend to all business
promptly entrusted &IS Ai.i .: B TESTIMONIALS. ,
without mark of
fire them t
9p ATTORNEY A.T L!JY to their care. Particular attention given t*' the upon in this table, an -additional Si d I 8*3 8 Mr.E.,' Poi -earS r 11 take pleasure Inexpressing
HAS removed to Jacksonville, } and sale of Cotton, Lumber Timber Turpentine} MB. GILBERT'S: "XETTER. rate will be = Z5 B.. a to yon approbation of Indian
will practice in the Eastern and Southern Ci also-to the purchase of goods. THE, 'TTtM W rttTCHEft AMD PlAAt sin; N. T. charged., '- -" .: 8 ", s" SEVEN: CASES CURED .'!! Loxicust as a family my medicine.. I have your used it

cuit* .the Supreme Court of the State, i ftj-Liberal advancements made on consignments.' -. Nzw-Y <'Deo.2D. 1851.Messni .. > ,:i a p, ta C with good success. Yours respectfully
the U. S. District Court for the Northern Dtric I. February 19. 1S2..ly. ;STXAEMS 00 and JtfASViir-successors to C. 1 -' Six Max CuD,FLA., De, 9,18&1.' .1. SWART

Florida.. Feb. 19, :.t 0 RICH It Co., No.148 Water Stl'et.New Yo,k.VStns 1 ,' :. -.Cts. Cts.. Cts.r Cta Cts. Mr.PoinaeUe ,-' ". '' T *
: JOSEPH GRIDE, when the fire was consuming my place of One ox. or under. ". '1 2" v>3 4 ',15: ,SrEt.For the.,benefit of.the' afflicted yon can Jacksonville No v.17.1851.' .

HOPKINS. & BRAHAI- General Commission Merchant Business,' No 216, Pearl Street was absent' in OVerlolDotover201'. '2. 46 '8'10 publish the following have had seven.cases of 0 Mr. Poinsett-This;will inform/yon that for
R Attre' Rensslaer County, testing a new 'cleaning apparatus 'CI 2"1f.,3" : 3 "6' "9 >:i2 '15, Diarrhoea on my plantation this,season ;; all 'of several yean i have suffered much at different
! at PAT E. Fl...., STRICT 86 and WATER ST., NEW YORK. in connection with my Excelsior Thrasher, 41,14' ,;,4"'; 4 8 ,12 '16 20: which have been cured by the use' of your most times from ChrOiJe Diarrboia. J 1 haYs tried your
WILL practice Ciuit. Business prompt attention given to the sale of and did not read the account until I was fearful it .',; r4 !' -it 'u' 5U.. 5 1ft 15 20 '25' valuable medicine called Indian Loxeenst, Indian Loxecust,' and received an. entire relief

entrusted. t their care. will be attendedto all and articles all orders of produce entrusted to his care,' was too late to save my books which 'Were placedin :a 6.<,tt ,tt .4. 6' ,J2 18,230: ,: Youra, respectfully,.')' ..JOHN. PJUCB, ._ .Jr. .,.. and have no reason to doubt itibeing permanent.Believing .
F.brus.ry19,1852..th promptly oonfplled with. 'safes iM I 6" < it to be which afflicted
0 one of, purchased from Mr. Marvin :77 14 21 2S 35' \STUL a duty Lowe tothe
( Savannah Republican p1.publizh' ''U.,,0 and.sMth.irbllltothiscffice. ap29-tf some year ago.r.fy fears were not allayed whenI 1,f' ": 8 !' .' 8, 16' 24 t 32 .40 i i t I : ANOTHER I:'present -you kIhis certificate which you

rSAM'LHOY.T'iCo. 'd found It necessary upon my:return to apply the ;'ft- Sf ". u..9'. :.9' 18 27 rS6 45! i ,i .B1a.ck c tFla.Feb: 1st;-1852.S can use as;you ,;,I 'win '.alia.,

OSSL&NB..nAwr" e, I Croton;Water, 40 hours before i was enabled to L.f:.ft1 1 9" .; : itou'lo:, 20' 80 ..40.. .BO. Dear 0 Sir Some time since-'member)of that in conversing.with many who have used'your
commence opera'Wonsafter which it required W my medicine, I have not found one who'did not-']
ATTORNEY AT LAW. GEffEil'COMMISSIO'I MIICIIAMS! hours'of,labor and application to raise:the"Sala : DIRECTIONS ,, ; resorted family was to very-ill, indeed with a Di&rrh a. I teiverelief... ., .

r.. ". g1 ,KEY WEST, FLA.', -,, mender from its ashy belL./-Youmay judge of my *,I- 9? every transient aewspaper,*nnseawd.j lrcular Disease but several of things theat'usually' given! for the '-- -- JOHN c..LEY ',
. ':) .. 'In THe Buying -And Sailing] Of; none would 4afloMuny'ra.lief. JackjoavilW
1r In the United StatesUnd State"CpurU 'rEVERY' anxiety during this delay,'and my agreeable surprise handbill engraving,pamphlet;periodical, Your Indian Loxeeusfe Pastor Methodist,Church; .
i-4' ';' the Sbntbem District of Florida.'JnlylOtf ..- ''DESCRIPTION OF ;AGRICU1>. .upon opening the cabin the presence, of-a magaiine;book;and)every other,description:of several I -was KJcommended .. I
: ; 0 number of gentlemen :to find books and printed matter the'above/ rates fir all by persons made up my mind to'try it :JackMaTffl'ro.4th 1851.
; rTURAL IMPLEMENTSAN' : my ,papers ; 'must 'eases and am I did effecteJa '
glad as oneBottIe'i
very so,
: saved.and as'legible as they;were previous to be 'Pre d'accordIDtto'&he.weight. T,.% .Von Dr..E.-Ppin9ett-Dear Sirr Three parb of a
# will,
I ':. 0 JOHN; O.HATELY ."f' MAqIXJEW.* ., ) the fire;' The Intense heat to which the Safe was __Z._,Vvhenever any printed matter on-which*"',the valuable cure. please jmbluh"--unch Bottle of your most valuable medicine called Indian
I : ** a
'Medicineought to be ,
ATTORNEY ,AT'L'k, ,!. .: ,LIO..t <,_ ; subjected,' an be conjectured front the !condition postage if i required ta be. prepaid;shall..through the .known to Loxecust!has eatirely reCrred me of a severe
.. I.. OFFICE. Georgia and French Burr Mill Stones Eusopus, of another'safe,1-'[not a Salamander] ot'1biclan the,inattention postmastersv or otherwise be the public. Spread it far and' .ntarin order, that attack"of. Diarrh a..'I"',cheerfully/recommend

..' I NEWNANSVILLE. Colagen, Cullin and Bolting Cloths. ;Also, every iron skeleton frame only remained,'and not a vestige sent without prepayment,th.same shall be charged r ,0 affiictecmayfindrelief.., t : ., .' 'Yo is&e..: your medicine to those similarly afflicted.
f c. 1 kind of produce North and South;'and CASS paid of.a book."They: were companions. in:"the .with'doable the above rates. ;. ', t,':'i To ELIJAH BUTCH. With respect yours&e;?, .
Dr E
:"..... ',"" 'lt.U. tf. for WooL Hides,'Deer Skins,'and Shipping-Furs same office, on the second floor, frota which;they 3. Bound books and'parcel Of printed matter, Poinsett.'It _. r THADD.JANDREWS.Tor .

\t'.: '.j":,. 0 t 'JAMES',IS.'BAKER I'L" HOY1V" .HAMPTpN-U BILBO_ ?_, fell upon crates of earthera ware in the cellar the not weighing over 83 ounce, 'shall .be deemed r.; JACXSORVILIJEE.F, August'15th,1851. ; :: '

0 0 ruined safe upon the Salamander.,"If their:posh mailable matter- ..tvi' & -." ,Dear ir"i.ThU willinform that bottleof the':I1 t d.' "- *
: one
: : you
.' .
. ATTORNET LAW, 0 __ Referencu: tion had be n"reverse not'even the skeleton Periodicals nubf1li Intervals not texceedingthree medicine;called INDIAK Loxxcusr .
S your has
t. .I" ta ; 0 ..Mtisatort Cui Co. .,Eat Florida., Messrs. AnoEBsofi& Co., FKAHXLnr&Ba- would have remained. Afy loss over'the'..Insurance months, and'sent from the office'of.pub permanently cured two of'm1 of ODGH SYRUPS nd MedkaUJ Cigarettesfor
" r1; t .'. -& LET, WJEBSTXR & PALMES, SWaT, DINSLOW & is $1,900,yet the salvation. my books.in lication to actual and.bona fide subscribers ar attack .Dysentery 'I consider negroes it excellent a severe th e Ashthmatio and' Coosnmptia; Hepatic -

; ,t NWHITSDIITH Co., SaY&Daah. Ga.; WJ.P. MILLEE>& Co.,' your,,Saismanderprwlth' the' representatives of to be charged with one:half.the'rates mentioned medicine for this and take an K Pills,derangements of the'liver, .Spleen,
.Jf : :. New York;:.RCOOLZS Notns, MASOS&Co.; Boi' $100,000;and.imtfbrtant documents",which.could in the last above table,'and prepayment a Quart iarecommending complaint it io.;the. .great..plea.suze *0 &e.;Tome Pills and Bitten,for the Dyspeptic;
'f;.. ., 0 ATTORStr AT'LAW,' ,. ton; Mass.}'F. B. Looms,Esq. ;New London, not, be duplicated;has fully compensated me.; ter'1 postage thereon'must in all cases be required.! pah
1t. : t': Alligator, Columbia Co, Et"For. Ctj H..S McCoMBs;E q.- Wilmington, Del. It will afford me great ;pleasure to exhibit" t.henew Periodicals published at.intervals of,more than -1'r'"7.- t5potfu11y: :,5 ..youm. (;. 1"- relief Nephutic; UtasneRheumatleaadgouty
'' :Savannah,August 28th;ls5t. sep .c.tl safe puichaaedof you, end explain ltfmeritsat three months are charged with the fnllrate.which 'ToMr.E1oinsett-l FEsANDEZ,1 pains;:PcenUetnm Pills. aad Mlxtnresforarrest-
f' 'JI :. I ; .;.0 STOl & ..GUWBT, :. : ) D1' Dhflfcei No:251 Pearl stree'here must'be prepaid.':, fv;.,'fC.,' 'J1"' .' ; iug speedily, (eitoj;tuto jecunderneucons and
. ,.,' 0 FACTORS 0 Sea Island Cotton jGins. shall remain,until.,he new:'building'.:; Iso.216 isereoled. ft OTX.-In case there Is on or In an1'ne1l'paper; :' rii 'it is')iQ F1IL:lrJrl other disoharge from the urinary organs'Styp-
,, tie for uterine and o herHsuaorrhaei
..11 .I c .' -. mItE SUBSCRIBER,takM .this;o 'YoursrespeotfuUTS periodlcal.'pamphlet or otheJ..priuted:matter or > ;:AntOydropieal -
0 pportnnit'
\1[..It'.t GEVBBJU., COlllIOl)HKRCHAKT8..f JL to inform the planters of.Lon!" Staple Cottons ; T' :: Josera G.GJLBIET.: paper connected:therewith,''any-manuscript It' .: ISL"ohf:1. *h'la;, Y.5b12' / ro'Ointments'.wel1IngaCard1Acal, Powders and Potions Pin,for,'for reducing -

)"oI1ot' .. $ Jefferson Strcctt ; that be still continues the manufacture of the The undersigned Invite jjtrjey hint and any kind by which information thill be:asked ford 1 Dear:(Sir Haviig rtueof your most valuable diseases of.the heart and purification the blood*
JI Co latest ROLLER HORSE others or communicated in writing, or by marks Medicine called Indian:JAxeel1d:with: ;
; : SAVANNAH, GA., improved GINS dou interested in the preservation of their books 9r signs, complete Alterative Pills for the renovation of tIle eonstttutioaAntidysenterie'Pills'fo -
: : ( 0.3our.osToL.- ble and single at his usual rstesn&Jjre.4.4: from fire(but'Partlcnl rl.T'.those"havin'g'Rich's the said Bewspaper/periodicalinpamphleVor: other success in mr family,11..1 fica duU.1 011'0 to you and
:0 I ..'IOU' a..Gunr., fill all orders at the shortest notice., : '_ safes in use] to.call at the depot 148 Water street; printed matter Jbeoomea subject-letter'postage; and the public to inform you tl1alm.1lOll&Dd two; diarrhoea *<4ys nt ry
O. oCtOb.&u2ld .. d" tf. _. 'audit, i*the:,duty offlhlcstmeeterto hate been cured ;Mado.tinctures and\ElI1broeat10111 ta
i' : 0 For the reputation of the Gins apply to the fol- NewYork to' see the.interior of Mr..Gilbert'. remote ehjldrep ; of,a severe .Diarrhoea :the speedy relief of
II ."." 'tB. 3C MOORE ,&C lowing Agenu,or to those who have them in use. safe with,tbe books.undisturbed,/whichbe-has the wrappers and envelopes*cnn all;printed matH with it i when nothing else would give,us relief. nervous affections'especiallythose
, 1"t.t : : ... .. AGENTS., .. kindly permitted to-remain for the satisfaction ter and pamphlets BptchargedwtthletWrpostage,' Publish this if yon please. 'Tours,respeottallyti Washes otnnulesjrDisinfeotantaBd'ProphylteSio:
the and
!t ,, .:, OENELALL Vnialonga tt Ac CentenillageGa., and gratification'of,the publlov-*"7 Tf -1 I for the purpose'of ascertaining whether! there is JM" t. i1'. 'f": *ifC'JAcrso ,.JCHA.6'1BROWN; the latter, ( former secure against Infection,

t fI., OOMBHSSIOIJ, Capt. B. R.Bythewood Beautor,,'S.C.. th Order for,Burglar Proof Vault;and Vault. upon or connected. with! anjrsuch:printed matter : \ 1.. .. "" 11' 't4, contagion neutralizes vicns withwhich by a.chemical'jaar-ehasjee process any to
Scott& or in such paekage matter,or': which pea.
DeVeaux,Charleston S. C.' On'promftl1; any thing
: faithfully
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0 I 5 would authorise the of :. nt:1f ,1tJ ; viLUt"May 6th,1831.1 .come iff contact;)Collo SyruM,tia ohudrenj Db I
!4 fL':. 0 .FTORS. .TiIoD &klaftIs, Ocala..t FloridA:. .. T J. 1- :6'tEARN5ItMARVIN, or require charge; a blither
r v i iit 10 1Pk8Arsd( .) 0 Fernandez, CorJackionville, :) }.t,1'fH', fsZl Snece son to Rich *.Co.' 1 11 raW-postage'; reol1r.L" j,tN; .'HALL, v.Thls! Ii to'trtifJ'it ta with nttfca pleasure that I 'cAeutsforwelUngs.'niamlatf ffreoUet.1 fc 4C
. 1 .. Savam cGa.. :'Vflt ;rWllruPal.tlra'. T?.Dt *.-:t: .l OI a. 14&Waterstreet'idcomer'.t4en A sad St; -* Tostmalter General. announce to PublidhatI litve.
1 P 1.1 EM. Mou 0 : ,.. 8. Ron" Co., Savannah a. h' ,_ Mark PlawNew.Yorkj 'JV.n '_ "v'T.,, j PnrOnlcB DpiR1'Xkrl.1JIU1..141 I. of the-distressing mpalntlls4 D stnttry. turas,tut.1 CoByrfaTJbr lOre eyes Dentle8oe and

",: '}Oc"l J.u' 'L"NlbJaek &.Co.; AWzstort4rtInger ,, Owners of:the exclusive.right of ittoli's'P&tent by'the highly;recommended nmedyi of CoUu&o ea.l fOf.U twti .aad aTonsjraadtarioM to, ,\
'i order.
p.I J & Han ",; .be to .;,LOnde* for tbewbole of the United States;and theonlyj Notjce ;:- loft K.'Poinseti. TL had-resorUd to many tMnni other .remedies are "manufactured, ,
1 Jr lkOO.1 "' County.,.Gai..* ',. makers of Salamander safes combining bo&pstJoati'co --S SOLbiERS bntofnavaUt; :Was 'Induced) try-hJa ,Ivwy themleal and path pathological-ptiadplerr-:
LOU .' 'At.'so TQTJiE.OpFJcERS,4ND; MdT"onhand
i .f ; bPMtors ** sl..- kerehudai. : ,-- 1 I" D1D only balledRrcn'ssaresor Witfita's palatable and pleasant Medicine, and to ny'grcalsattsfaoUonwaa. recoiatoed J. f-profianoa,

'f. .. ATXAHQEOR1i. :.,;--; EXTRA'Boxes AITD BRPBHTS oil ""\ii f w Salamander & ';IUhLUChIImpovemcnt.., OFTH&.8EVERAL' : W.A.RB8INCE' ..oomplately-Bured : .few >' t tie Brick .Offloe' ,,of ,D_ _
!. \. ..1.A&u. ". ..;;;. .E&ytiNt.' t subscriber,at'noderaU;rates. tenon. wanting. ;..,;leb.f, --- -'--' .h.,.::.J. .1 ,: :THE; REYOLvrION.j.' l 4 i days, andJisvesonch' not.been troubled 'since*- .wi...hthat-_' 4 VpUUOl; RICEprtU.phialOZ&a->V tb* CourtIIouse.' dim-
; to 0 -- GinsorGin repaired please'dlree to'f Al nts 0 T a re en Ao\' t C'oapu;om .jJ1d,10' dreadt'diJeaseI: t-A .
'attentW-rni : rto' Y' :Jflrh&ZW y a L."BURNS a? 'j '.By "1.am bappytOsy'etheicomenrmy inm lions for their use,f 1,00 .i. ,
.w Strict .b*given at Cot'wben 1'OT"'INtHIunUBEi (who bavenot-r.o.i'd)1.re,'DtltJed te"cures'liave ;-.PRESCRIPTIONS ozteneowIthclass '.*,
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; t r ot.r..IM 4ben3aDoAK. ,.ta.--". ': fr rrt "St-Mary-iGeorgk': "I i" t 10 BOUL'Y'XIil ;for seryoi of One.: .outhm9re : own'observation iwithia tat:few and from- to.laOoOM'
-'Jaiit8Lr 'f! e Jlawftn' 'J". 1 & .; : ,$3.OO in hand 1 ..
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.: 1 ,r ; : ; ;.0}c1tthatronAgufthG JlU DI'i} 1hllre, ed in p bl1"o!os.tor seteralyears1gexpieue'anon 7 .ip u.Eiq.' :'t : U !J II
l I OFFERS for-; alevem article la "Orden from tataaoa, wit o7
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unoi .; IOesnd'wbryes matters will enablehim" { ,_'i'u nu.Qlt -' ..''
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; line of business, betId *-:: c 'tS"" it. lettral _. elI.CDOlV Jl/O'I. wfil meet with prompt atUnHoa ,
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rIONS aad save NeafdeaPof'trouble' Dear Sir t00Ui1 : 'of .
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th. puili that -.vftI' (Seeds -' Th'rUdei1lpc k At'andxpeniie.. _Where*hi.btalnf nothlng.ao to Inform yoa thatlhad.DBea$l borinr under at .t0) .. ; .t. 0. S.Jis'5i
WWr '-, 1 fore .Scott's four horse Coach?and _))b he j ,
(L 0 Bay for- 0 f "., Bepn .: .44ttMk! It kMsUlinei lba'rilla m&deAU letterpostpaid will rcelve YeryvIelentsttek "Whteh bsdthikUIoL'tWd ,:} LJ l 's'
avingfcr Ocal H weeW'JAME5B.J.SxEw
: by WIlliam Grothe, ..iAt wholesale and''lattv fS&x&jm1vBiiBplrit 1yJ .F fldnbe" wwapt attention; d 1he' ti 1on- PhilcIg ,i&tmnddred .atJ hU .f.V'QJ on III ,. .'
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0 11o of .mruou.a,_. uu!L-+ .o.ti'il.. d woik. toUuiatV wb5W5bOttQ :tW'eot :
d M MWttem wetft Bntrustod to his fresh ; any "Dal
care 'JI1 aimAotared'W>4ralwayi ; tht, bohTii1t 1t p blio&i and New.., .Io i : 4
t.c1&and la workmA&Jikf'manMfc.' -' and. lor sale at low as'caa be .purchaajd Joe .jtt ,It; .- -."_l miA t BNNtr'tt; :- it .& t1.flEif1 $ Itl tuf
T ,4 .. J 4 WloIhiDghn If.o. 5T '&JIcr '1
apl: ( 1 Northern market, for cash or approved credit.' Pk&J&nua852. 0 ,,. JVItr *4 C7 Atl *J--C-**%#W ; S. '
tt. Oetober 1850., tC of,Ave Bottles has entirely restored mt to ,health. THIS OFI4CZ.

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