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 10, 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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Siz-I hvethe honor to 'commqnicate, a1 less weeks sincei the following edTtoriaF.4 i :_ otiB aTS undlyiaedlwppbrT'for'ibe office*of S
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authority torxake 'thesubjoined' hostile policy.- zZi-.l- ..AZl& "i '*- Un: -H-'jj* *':*riv:; < -i? 3 ...'" UhbtIcetth Goternor 6f*
and request public, PaEsipiHTUi!, CoKViamoKs.-In a recent meeuny of;Middle Floridxeonvenedat.Tal ,the\Ratefbou1d he'i ia eim- vention, w eTaptedntt
The affairs of
information, compiled .from, the Roman States are'gining : j plranee whKm eneral quteJrglvi'ni epnS
letter of bnerof;tiieiregulaf lahassee pn Saturday tbeJWtb JD.il-At
correspondentsof iulti in 4ae
official records of the Coist'Survey; respect omvorw and wore, and'the discontent thRBallimdrtf Stfnj thert'occurs the1followivig RepresentatrVe.Hall-of the'Capitol; *" |senito'becooetbestandard borer ofthe, La Ruirrancisfle
ing the Southern Coast of Florida. c *- of..the popnlatkan is nearly-at Its;'highest Oa-rtotion $t .'G.W. ( Whig party in the approaching contest; A1LBnq H/F. ngiis
.rloe' passage ty'&tr 3J \ *? : > Dr !Can, thei: Jaip lngr'bfr4Wm
series of fifteen in number point -Princes'were Attach .s-Otfmdtwn. z i ril '
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will_ ; iag-was-taired to'orderj'aaa hb notion'tbej ; l. aker. 6 ttj 5
vfuthC&Toliss be.T represented
feled atRome-by thePoprTflid'theCardinalsii __ .._
.bare been erected byone4 theTriangala- any regularly appointed delegate in.either'of he Hooxi.Thomas?Randall-rwas; appoinUdTcVrs5 .r. u iuc xua.irnin oe auiDOrited i jFqf CorrespandirgCoinmitte$ .jjyya edt
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of the Coast. % s r' $ toebnferiritb}
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lion parties Surrey along i Conventions, but'-I'kiiowthstGei.'Commander .! the'delegates "pwsentj : eZafldecYoyjobnrlJCmlay'jas1
line of the Reef, indkaCng dangerous points, Mr. Griffiths,' SecretaW of thV rilTsh Ley will certinlyattend* -the Demoeratie Convention,, Qn .Joseph,.Cisby StetiKfirArttrsKof Col.R, H. I and'BW)6int'the corresponding comrtirtees' Con Tez. John Campbell, Henry Hyer..
and BO distributed that Tessels ma in safety gallon, had left Athens Jar hisnew'appointment and''assume..'to represent'the State. His vpte Gamble-cl Je&rsohMajor; M/MI:Johnston named In tke-tth resolutid, i2ff. r--" JimesH.-LTdyd/a. MI Avery. b ?* n-* a
be tfeeisiT 1n*selection f the nominee
make the intermediate ran between any two as Secretary of Legatioa-at Washington. this tsereisipg. himself of them. Navigators will find-them highly .nrJTaar: > i ltJ t <.Vr Convention ITit is quite certain he wjfl go for j Vice Presidents,,aai.Bi L&lien >tedrifi **** *: .' *. *?- c F.De La Rua,'W. B. Davis, F. LBqbej

osefol. They are eumciently remarkable The U. S. sloops-of-\var Germantown and GenCass,then th*qnesUoa as to nomination _LJ D4 in, Dvidsms ods4n' I R dtwr (by ;theWhTgs of LeoftitoantjpfesentiJ liE,Inrahern'W..fl.Bakr1 I.10.mttb11
John Adams at' Madeira*the*' 6th be considered as already settled., Mr. CaljhouffgaTe werthum That IbeCbafnnaiiof-this '
were may meeting; .
to attention in .
always secure theday'timej of be
to G'W. a1l ( Se'crta'T ,
his support td the;election" of,Geai' -.
and i be' three miles with nlt. e ;' 5 1 4feM t-' -* M eqoeste oflnomFnUe: a'rjd ipublfsttrthe'names ) ieelo o1 '%
two 'm.
may seen or -- CassLandtherelbre'Some' snpport from the aama; : : .,.. a
of teon 4 .E E4 S
the naked,eye, or..fmursx .to tenjvhh an -Thc: MadrqnaSys tbatLftS.Ifl4 quarter mar be expeeUd. espeeiaU After the exphutation -j Tbe'iJilesafes present'were then reqnesjed; Airifjr hfgYbf JWun SaiaJtritntted ; !! 1jeo7 ';, sad
ordinary glass. Xach agna} consists of a formation .be",correct, General Armero bas given at this session by Gen.Cats;of to band Ifl their:names to the Secretary;'and,* '- uitiWy'.kmonj ibeHriHoua' pre-' On,motKMiv iVwa rtsore ,tnaL'.tbproeedinh4prthmeeti -
from to forty feet ceasedto; form part of 'theCabi'net; Irf..consequence5 the Nicholson letters.,. It is mnderiteod. however,, CiflCte4iSideounty, to represerir iia'couni r ; ag'b *pnbuthed.jn the
mangrove pole thirty,, oniinotionoJofeph qisbyseCbairman.
of'hi dissent that South Carolina wouldf prefer, among the] ; tyiw: the Whig State ConventloA'tobe ldonthj4tb'dayof.JhTjejf PensacoTivG wiin'a;
fli1 Uiat
high,-fixed m an iron screw pile, which has 'hayingbegunMo Northern men, Mr. Dickinson or Mr.Dafle.We' ." was authorised to* appoint a committee, consisting 1UbOnThotl0flOfB'.Allen *"' [ < .request Ue
been sunk in be solid material of the Reef; from bis colleagues oh feome important points ofthe'authority Jfdrj of .delegates! from theTseveral connties"representedTtodTaftTesoiutidns -' iV" !
and surmounted by a barrel painted black. of government and administration. .! 11 know"nothing : ,, ihentm"eeting, will copy, ,.
and ,
thedeclartioncso made that report 4'J .i. t .j
confidently then adjourned tiriedic. I : -
It is stated that with these guides,there Therewas, a.terrific coalnpit,accident on the ,business-? the"consideration' the : o.motion, the meeting adjourned! t ,,,r.
Gen. Commander will attend Democratic, I r.i vi eet'r tfvimri'r
the Oth in AberdareVall ,
can be no difficulty in the way of steamerskeeping' 1 Glamorganshire, tbeStitte. meeling .. i: z' LLL4ALi en
and assume.to represent, v < ? cj .t
Convention, sj* ff *L- i*t* i 'M/MiJoHitstoH,1) .
close in and running in smooth South 'Walesi by 'which iio'few&thaii I .The Committee. ',- ;b ,4 .
I he that .appointed, consisting.ofAVHali '
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lives sacrificed. <: C certainly true, as says, R.U. GAMBLE, } Vice frendents, 'I .
eighty were -
water. ; Rw: : Alston'J Vail and WilUaih I .. # ,. 3.
South Carolina will appoint-Jno delegate, A, HA1. $ : j ''- S.'i
The Jbo&e ,,(Charleston, Key West,.and The following' is arfextract from a letter, unless every indication of public sentiment Cannon of:WakBllaj W.'Li'Ihivia'son; Dr; ', 'f, *? 1 !'* it r *? *".

Havana packet) always hugs the Reef close dated Sydney, Janna'ry27a<>li1 r thus far has been delusive v, ,.. rj, JN:Davidson Col. R.B/HaDRhton,' Maj. BFYAu.i-; t&crttar2eI BIr- K*Bara_ *-..- ra.4mbJanoz
to avoid the, easterly current and take, advantage I But there'is. avery material,4 ?,.error in the M. M. Johnston and CuE J: Wi Johnston : : -. Ti'1 .-The' 4' -.-' .t,
"The: Yankees win Boon.get master "of this roflowitig statementii., eaiatozlave. '
of the eddy setting west ward. market, if we do not ret a better line of ships or abovewhich' wie desire ;to corr cti* Mr- bf Gadsden ; Cot..R.' H. Gamble, W. Bar- Whig lleetlag In Jefferson. >1 beennad by 1lon.Johi Barueotb l'riT.dent'relatite1o .
The following list shows the Reefs upon steam communication between her and England. Calhoun -never-'did snpport Gen.'Cass f or wick;'T.Taliner/L?1."Fleminrand W; H: f ,'t"l S-'tr i-fr -;s I : ifficulty between'.himself

which signals have been placed as.de The first dipper*Wp from.th*United-States arrived the Presidency,? but was 'notoriously arid Arendellv Jefferson ;' CoL.tGeO.TWard, The meeting was organized at 12 o'clock, I and'Ml' Sartige the ..French' Mi iter8 .
scribed: here Ian.week. She left Boston fire days warmly opposed to his election. Tbe.State Col. Robert'Gamble, DrJ. H. Randolph Mi, on-Thursday, May 27jhf 1852, bj call* Wishintoji'i '

1. Fowey Rocks. made after the the news of out/Usoorery here in ninety-five was known days, bring, and voted for Gen. Cass against his opinions and Cromartie, C. Williams, R, A. Shine, D.F. log Col. Robert H. Gamble to the Chair.and] ,--- ;:: 't.L .110

2. Triumph Reef. ing news passage from England" to the 4th of October, I Wishes. And It must,farther be remembered Hoffue, Joseph'Clisby, W.H.Burroughs, appointing DrT% .'MPalmer: ; e
3. Long Reef. whilst by the direct way we' have no later dates that she voted for him'not as her choice,*but T.rR.BettoriW}RHaywar'd and Kenneth e Chairman, ;tated .the-object of -tfie I II ; i

4. A shoal, (coral formation) without a than the ISth of September. A portion of, her as a: choice of-evils, and, becanseLitwas; Bembry of Leoiv retired, and-after due consultation I rneetinAinafew approprtateremaiks. ,. and'thrteM members'ot the aiirzio

name, interior to Triumph and Long Reefs, cargo*. consisted 1 think: we of*shall wooden soon buckets'fce-snffieientrj'for the supplied miner thought he.would .be compelled to choose presented to...the meeting, through 'If: was motedtbat'theChaitmanappoInt; 1 1a many- '.t r aref. annoyed by'cprmokers.; CIni-_ ,., J3 S

described as extending from Caesar's Creek, with this article direct from America. Please counsellors more,safe for the South than we their' haipnanGeorgeT.. Ward* the Jollowing -!, committee of4vt) to select delegate* to the iri'the ?Preside'nfs:room are pnnted'cardj ana5,for.
about seven miles northward, and lying' therefore,not to send ns any buckets of this de-I had any right-to hope for from bis ahtagbnist. -" resolutions. ,t\.t t < T- r, -. Whig District Convention*to bVhew irr'TaH their'excTnsidnl';*' l" % *t" "1.

midway bet ween.the line of- Keys and;the scription." I > .- There was neither partiality for'Gen j On motion of MrHogn,'the resolutionspresented labasseOntl29tb May; and the following *"Lasl Nbvember,- pn1 entenngTjsfoawi"*It

main Floiida Reef. Tbe" waters inside the The mines here: referred 'to. are those reported Cass, nor much confidence'in.his principles. by tbe Committee were'then take gentlemen-were1 appointed brrSaid''commit d.ithtbemokeom: the cigars of four>]*

Reef are here divided by these shoals into to.have been recently discovered in There is vastly less ,now, or, rather.the.,last up s riaSin1 ana, afi rdue deliberation, were tee : Messrs-D.WiinamvXsaMay..C.? .G.Fife.T.11 !}; geneien'seate4'a'ond the* firt.-,.! caDedtheiratlention
two maim: and well-defined channels-the New-South Wales Australia of which foflows Lmtbn fcndjtf/r JS: PettasOTeeommittee'retrred *
,) remains'oT both have'been "ntterly" swept adopted-as to the rules, and invited.them ,
outside being the deepest, and tKe:inside of there are"contradictory accounts but which away..w.;, y| K i Tffi--SJ >.' O'iS The Whigs of Midd1ePloritt in District fora"few minutes reported t'iAjonmtoany'ad, every'other, jof',tbeltbrrteen

sufficient depth for vessels drawing less have been stated as prdrmsing to rival Cali- Reference'is:made c to Geh. Ca&s's explanation Convention assembled,"have solemnly*" on their teturn,'the following gentle rooms'in fhe house .whe'reTtnej-

than ten feet. Small vessels may pick their fornie in its product of gold. A'letter from of his then famous Nicholson letter, JJoo/redVTbaf w regardithe1Acts "of men as delegates: R7 H. Gamble, W.B.Arehdeli indulgVjhetnselves'! ttninlenrupfiLT'jKnbsequently

way through in various directions ; but these Gloucester, England, of Tuesday, llth nltM How,the writer can imagine that this explanation Congress, commonly, known as the Compromise ; E '-FleiinTng,' -'P/Cooksey, Vi s informed; lhaf It.-was the
are believed to be the only wellmarkedchannels. says; .; wulmake him Jriends'la*the South, meas'ures, embracing1 Fugitive J A. '.Towhsend N: M?DaakinsV Wil y French>linisfefand suite, ":. *'

The screw-pile has beeVplaeed H Some months Mr.',W.H. Barrett, corn- we are-at"1 loss *) 'cohiectnre. 'lf.hehad Slave Act,"'as a final settlement and aoinstroenf -[BarwickjiR..H*Sbackelfonl, Pr; Eppes and :Aiixr6ns1g'obliterate'any> ivorableoi.f. ., 4

M at the Northern extremity of the ShbIs.up dealer and miller ago of this eltyadhos short puts constroctioh 'on that i letter'four of'tte nestions involved;in'them, and ?seJrk'aIrr. f ,' : .pression1 -intentional rndeness;1 obtained S

5. 4jax Reef. p time previously had, been elected' sheriff of Gloaeester -' years a o.which ,he has;recently done in willconsider any: attempt -td'iJistnrb- sncbseulement Tne afrove-narneidelegate.s were.appointed from1 tbrjgentlemaa'wbo"Inlrodnced'Km Ids

6. Pacific Reef. bsconded to America, taking'with-hinva the Senate, he could not.have got a Southern ;as hostile;to{the,peace >of s the 'to attend lbs rSta1e HCohv'ention'in' ) July tbVCfnb'ajetterto M: Sartre, and after exchanging' -:,
7. Turtle Reef. large sum.of money i which he had raised chiefly and the next,at anyplace which"may be 'determined
of "votel* Eyiery where'In'the South it vas country integrity ofjhenion. cards,;:sent it to him,with;a the of forgedbiUs, the name seTera), >
by use
8. Triangle Reef, or Grecian Shoals'. merchants with whom he bad had transactions, contended,'and he was'careful'not to contradict I-'Resolved That we hold ftbe!,doctrine of hereafter' .', 'r r / ..tTThe '-- .- note inviting him.to'dine withjbe members,

9. French Reef. aad others,having;been forged to aeeeptanees by U, bat this assumption;bf-"power'on the znteryention'1n'. the"d6mesUc troubles' of -following solutions wtre. thenjtrbdnced of Hhe-Cabinet, Foreign'',Ministers,;*Jt ''gesVjoPtheSuyreme.Cour

10. Pickle Reef. him,. He was traced to the United States,where part of the people of. the territories;to; ea-> other nations and the absurd dogma'of "in? ?-* "and" .ir unanimously'adopted*J< "* *! ii, f r- ":\ T* .''a Seij'aforsrEcrt 'bihedCclinedbeing"pr&a&
11. Conch Reef. he was'captured, and he wm> brought to this non-intervention '
Liverpool lablish fundamental laws-on the subject of teryenUonito.securer 'l. ReaoivdTbatweapproeoT the ad- in: engageej"
12. Crocus Reef. country onJ3unday.He in custody,arriving was immediately by steamer, brought- slavery; vrai meanfoiily'for"1 thef people'in"{ equally in ,conflictwith.the.true! theory of ministration of:Millard-FiUmore believing and,! indulged the.hope that.Lbad mad my/

13. Alligator Reef. down Gloucester'by railway,' and lodged,in the act of legally ,forihing themselves into a our "republican,governnient, as well las its" that,' by his wisdom, showo by his conduct peace.- :Not sbf on bohrdthe'steamer, Baltic'expressed -,
14. The Washerwoman Shoal. jail;and yesterday he was takea before the Mayor State; "',He.now assumes for his 'letter the unif rmpolicy- '\ ,* amidst embarrassing difficulties,ibis "adber- I fo adame'regretsjit'jiot..

15. The American Shoals, near Key West. and magistrates for examination on the' charge construction which his enemies'in the South Reotax2tTbat hold the:17nlon'6f'the: slice tothe Constitution, his>firmness in the: seeing her daUghterrtHef,yousa&Wge.lrepied'l meani

One of- the most experienced navigators thousands of forgery.of pounds Acceptances',-all.pf canting'which,sre.alleged to"some to put upon &.- is .' -- .- ; States1to be a primary object of patriotic desire maintenance of.the laws, and.his regard for know tkatshejj

of this coast, Captain ROLLIKS, of the ZwteJ, have been forged by the prisoner, were produced But,Gen. Cass' subsequent .career,i in the ,, and the Federal Government' ; to-he in the rights of the States---C ha? fulfilled our' islb'ettaaghter of her husiand;their exiremejdutbrmigni

who passes along tbe reef four times monthly against him, and, afterthe examination of serem Senate has been so-marked with demagoga-, dispensable its efficacy and permanency: most sahgnineC'expectations, and'justly entitled Induce'any t istale'them for

has already appreciated and handsomely ,witnesses, he was remanded for a; week, to" : ism, quaIlysifly1nthefOrniofit manifes as'this sprung only"from a'compromise-and .himself to sour continued "confidence sJsters.! "''"You are too late trith your'coropli-)?

acknowledged the aid of these signals. give time for the production olfurthereridence. tations 'and'-'reckless of: th1ie ce';. f1th'e'i mutual coneession between diverse interests, and sapport.:.,. -#<; .? r-tr; -'--? mentsfepliedher'" -;* ;;. /

The points have been designated-and the of the Star. York Herald.]1 country that the former indiflerence and dis 1 so we believe; it-can; only be>.zuc issfullyi- 2. ,Resetted. That.we.prefer MilWLFill- No:2: occtirTCdalalaJge.'idinner.partyofladiesand :

erection of the signals directed by Lieutenant Correspondence tyi4 trust' has-been: changed.o ;somethinglike administered in, thetieame conciliatory spirit more as a candidate for theTr side cy'ver gentle.mea: aA.'ydung lady 'sang?j

James Totten, U. S. Army, Assistant In the abhorrence anJ.loatlSing., : which gave it, birth "rand we,.conslder that all other persoss wbo have been proposed very sweetly 1 remarked thai never heard,

: Coast. Survey. The 10th of May is! past, Louis. Napoleon i .-Th reis'no party or fragment"of a party f jnSouth" &, respect for its just authority; and acquiescence -for,that bigb'stetioii.i'nr-bcy8hairbe nominated out of Italy, more-. richness; compass or mel-'f
Very respectfully, your, I Is 6tilP/ince President* of tbe French Carolina aswe; ; fully believe that in itdc! 6n tiraMonarmeasare% are drf' 'bytheVhg-Nation4 .Cobyention,' I i cxiy ofvoLce* He said sneeringly, L.These
A-1). BACUE Republic-the Empire has yet to be 'prO. ties inquired.. t considerations VV of Jefferson ,will him oldmembersofCongresaazeaways
Snpt. WoaM think it worth{the'trouble'to choose the-plainest : th.& !bigs ,county g>vo practic.iogfin&pCecfer'tis -
Hon. TBOS. Coawrx, claimed I enclose TOO with ithis full and between:Gen/Scott ;andGen. Cass fortbe of",nationalrState'and individual welfare.. their cordial support,, ,,., *T,, 1Jo _

Secretary of the Treasury. ample defails'of: the greatdoingsat Paris.1 Presidency. They .are.,very much. alike -; ;1Zeso1v4,That .fi1aydFillrnore,* by his fRetolved 'That we*prefer'Col.;George o3TOCc lTedat; the SpaiiishMinister&1wbd

My duty shall be ;to:crate the plain iacts- couple selfish egotsfs,'wth.i. "moreprineptethaii firmr prudent, conservative and constitutional ,-' T; Ward as a candidate the office of'Governor |Daneing withaToun<> .

COAST SUEVET Orncf,> the political results. 'The political character those daughters of the horeeI course as'President:'of the-Uiiited States,' /' ;: *I .-:>i. : she'was.:I turned,to.whlsrwheri b r names

Mj 11, i&52. 5 of this "Festival bf' the Eagles,? has proved I l ech which continually*ry "Give! give? is roost-justly entitled tothe.confidence 4..R5SOlVCdTb3t.wejapprove.oftbe: 'Mf Sardge reniiikMi'' io.u panner.

Six :-I have tbe honor to report, from c failure. As'a spectacle; it was magnificent To defend- .our. country is: the true religion* the.pcoplethat; w& earpeptly desire his i course pursued by,the twelve.who.withdrew has turned ha back;on yon.Miss:accept my,

the preliminary computations of' Assistant wonderful; the dense masses of"people said heroic-Hector. .To be President, 1 is: nomination,and election to the same office; ,from the Congressionarcaneus recently held arm" and he led her away, : J '. t >.

L. F. Poortales, combined with previous results [ from, all parts, that, crowded "witness the true lad'(UI! sum of my political principles and that our delegates be instructed to urge in"WasKngtonroVer which the''Hon. W: F.Mangnm7 ': Mrel --?remarkabl forrhrj s& sense
obtained by Assistant S. C. Walker,'i Louis Napoleon, at the bead of..70,000 men, Scott and Cass What honest clalms'before the ,
the differences of longitude of Savannah, Were'ihhumerable'; but only one 'sentiment man will say sacrifice-hjs"time and self-respect to 'those 'of'all= othersand! that they say, uWelL done good: and .faitbfulj servants tfnprovokedinsult she bad ever witneued *

Georgia (cupola of the Exchange,*)Charleston seemed to pervade them-curiosity. Notwithstanding by attempting? decide which of..the. two continue to-do so until very chance of his j' and fpr this,, unoogst;,the- veryr On'meetiBg Sartige the n fct day'in'a.";,

Sontb.Carolina, (Professor Gibbs's Observatory the enthusiasm of some of the rotten; is the most disgusting t nomination shall become exhausted. .. many other apprbved"'acts'.of "our 'distin- public conservatory: 1'cautipned him never ;
apples ; bagain'td
,) Washington,' D. C., (Seaton troops, who.I uslJly shouted.ritx/' raper ir/,I .} JZ o/tjerf,4Tbatit! fsezpedientjlo end, : gnisb d- Representative' in Congress;,the speak to or'of mer, \ ,* rAf 4
without tof '
Station of the Coast Survey,) and Green- the great mass Remained cold-the' thing I f We, J give t-*the, above-- -> !* sheeting t .- as:well as for the maintenance of- the views Ron. E. C. Cabell, we declare hirato'be Senator Gwinh's,ball,,which was yery.xidediifto ,,
which, England. The differences between was a failure. Even'these"shouts' of' Vive what the J rcur adds as .ia Oea Scott hereinbefore expressed that:the!,Wbigsof L Our first choice-as- a-candidate-for reelection express vbts Jiscontent' ,,;be'*
Savannah, Charleston, and Washington, Emperor# were so scanty1' that' :inanypPr- \ e.arewiIIingibai, boUi, pictures shall gotogethlET Florida represented ia the National,Con- and do recommend ..himto"our fellow took areigaront'of bU pocket, deliberately

rest entirely upon telegraphic determinations sons did not:bear them.c .. and XJen ass vention which" meets' in'Baltimore. on\the. citizens of all partiesas. worthy of their walked.up,tothe! :chandelier'suspended
: The Empire, ;ben.bas.iot-beed reestablished -I present thaTjpf i thoxinitand we'join5 iri the desire support in the approaehing7electu>a.fqr Representative the center' of the drawing roomKJiti it andir

tL.rn.t ih namej} but. Louis Napoleon is as purposelyFtd8bowbat r* rnannerpimani9f : expressed by tha other 'sections of the taie 'Congress walked out puffingbis smoke inthe4adi- s ;;

StTumali W,of Charleston . 0 4 37.12 much''Emperor as bine'edse, all 'bat the. he.w.i,bomcertain, persons.. .rrolubleriaj.. ..J- their* thatIion.; C.tCabell ',and Hon;JacksonMorton.shallaclas'delegateSiatJargefroai :5. ae1'nat the penjdfth faces. 'At'th&dtnnd partf"alludedto li*
W. Washington 0 16 2239W. name, 'Before distributing the" %ages'a'prstandards | difparagement' ? *** *! fc.- fien.- Scott may them meeting be 'publisbe&'iiitheWhig papera ofFlotidsu. repealed th onind bhiIi'
. 5 21 2O.5I yy9
of Greenwich t
to' the.Colon els-of'the ; tregin1entsI4'4i5 sei be compelled< to support. It.at. least State in the said Convention; and we also .-.. as ,.\ HL "t *: eiiwv 5: L'. presence.'; sHeJvajs is remarked withia-
would respectfully,request authority to ; Napoleon made ', a;-short 1 *ves*K '* -** t Acaaj.be -- nominate to represent Twiddle'Florida'in said '' ,' Oa,motion, the meetingthen,adjourned hearingvjhat -herinyitestar-.his parties}asfew'mairied

publish the foregoing. address to the troops-.-the most ealient point V8ajd9of Gen. Scott, .whatever construction Convention; A'.iJ. Forman of Gadsden; ?. sine -ate.> :,-*.-r" t-- '.,* '. 4 ladies as possible, and no ugly ,

Yours, respectfully of which was, that'thjB restoration of,theeile'was may. -be.* put-.npon- iris. *silence- 1 -, ,*-that J WiCalljr of J ladison,. George T..\Vard : f" > ROBT.yijf'A' ladies, married or single* Ia many?instances
A. D. BACHE, SupLHon. > not' ihtenflffl as a' menace t0f&= bebaanotieftprpo4in- 4 *-**** the'shape of eqaiyo- B. FAllen and Wm.-O.M Davis of.Leon, TnosMPAi.iti, -, be ha*selected one pretty:girl ont'ot'a

Tiros.- -CoBwijr, .'; reign Slates. :The :Presideht'called-apoh'; ; cal krsjoLa morbid desire to.be Pz 4.dent21t I fl fl Ganibleof Jefl rson.nd Dr.Cousinsof ,i r! 4 .. j t '-.: family*without;brother,,tor-sister,Jather 'oirmotberjaJwlwhe4

Secretary of the Treasury. the soldiers to swear lo:die in defence'of the flimiltonwith the quest th tthey b : Frosn*he Fensaeola Gaxette |>J I" .- ; tDldtbere: 'is aniinprdpri'lety

v emblem he had reetoreitothenv .. r.o t?;,ei* *s !' ij r : ferwith id delegates at 1arge'aud; with :Vwraq ,SLKKT,.. S QIi Th in young ladies visiting'bacHelors houses q
r The'jnrimber**oXEnglish o ,The, pooitiyea ertion jthat Mr.vCahoun the delegates from-the other divisions of the -* -. --.vf. >-uj 5 withont.theproteclaon.pl a jn mber.o{ btr

AMUVAL= .Of THE l-T CAMBRIA.' '- -, '' formlpresent at''the review was Qerf cOnsul- was: wannjy opposed: to. Gen Cass, oagbtto State,,and;secure. unanimity. :''of.action f and- ; 'Ai a-meeting inr Y nigs-ot jwcaiuuiacountyheld famil women vsalwaysflmgtu'toto
tbJ6ntl r'-i: t i **- *- -p. & the Hallm the city of s'party, rit qr
front cat *
Important oTEnrop* erable. u l "' at: City
The TeBtlk.f May liParts and Vienna., .".The 'ball at. thev/Ecole I .bAve Jt ,da ijeigbl.with;thqsei rhorefyere ; purpose.'Resolved-, Taith&venCoftbtfaflure'toDotmnalblMr.FiIlrnOt&" Pensaoila-on tMonday eveninghtbf;;17ibinstJJAMKS without an invitatidnT1Herdaily annbnirces -

on nexample4; the:.precepts ipf the;former,statesman, bii&Conie .H. LLOTD, Esq was called'to that be could not-be-induced to take an
Tuesday oingj was jan A "
.(From theNe Xrk H.m24 of t1q .
attnoinJcd Sci Lt:
scale of grandeur. \Vednesdaywevenuig arjid'whojmay.be i again.unpprtuned.to spppott tiori, the Waigi of rMJddle:Florida; wiU sus- :the Chai'and-A'lLBAiGikT 4mawife. !
-The steamship 'Cambria, Capt ; of'"splendid'fire ,do,so,would, the nominee crel&rfflst -t J'ubepbjgtofthe r HeannoTshia nelghbOr3 byfidngatrats
arrived at Bostoo'at 6 o'clock the 29thMay. I Paris was the .spectacle the jSgr t Michigander. Tq bin any(Other;wno.maybecoma "
pn > ** tJ 'men ?having ibeen.'explained and caU orr Sunday's; wh'en'othersaregoingto
She let Liverpool on Saturday afternoon workOAtherocade'-coincidence the.'veii rendejflaPUflcrt.bj gf thejrnmacnlatc. ;.who has>topd ty.andjdoes ftandbyand'ur ytbecaie motioathe foliowin and rduae to sajimit tojaay)interference'of -
on* brithe Compromwe.fuliy.and'nnequivocally
Br 'curiousr
of the 15th. '' i :7 : discipleship of talb : committee 5appintedby,, the the.police his premises:
uday (iib -May);that /the wonW-be with a known and unalterable A 3-'
tame *
.There continued to be .a1 fair demand forAmericansecnritiesin'London of 'invtblabW.nHoTW i* **
.- -r' Emperor of France.was-holding,bis review We are reminded,Jby.the .declaration determination tQgt4t ass final j settlement ChaiMoi prepare and''report"'iesolutiohs furl

'The London'ThneslngithgartMof'fbedstinpiisbed of 70,000 men on' the Cnamp de Tars,' the the JLCrjeury ppon this j>oint, of a brief let- of all the'eectional questions'thereinirnbiidY the'adoptionof the ineeling, to'witf WM. Having I lohg:knowtt Presidenl PthN4 otthe Senatat
KM 1.- "* M.lierncziF.i.LLBii3FrancisB.1Bber. leon Bonaparre, now
Austria and of Russia Avery,
; at1 the' fctioi the Emperors of were ter/'beamgthe{ *5gfiatur&pf the deceased .... .
foreigners bf ; ; ; .i t .t'Rav&"j1iatinasmnchas .JObftXCK11l3y1smith.teuao1 tJ Q,, ofFnc4 as.guest at my father1?hoose at>
10th of May, in Paris;'eays) 'f together rreviewingvaa) Anstnad'.army Carolinian which appeared about 4hftimeof a esre has ;. ,, / ? the time'of his marnagp, I sketched summary *
men on.tht glacis at yienDa 4'The of the Stale .
30,000 in other sections .
bee '
,1" ABOBC the American!.weire.General Cooper, Emperor Rnssiia arrived aj Vienna' a political demonstration in.Charleston iia, **expressed .of *tbe Whigs bf r ,The eommittee'repprtedl'lieloUo.wingjresplatidns -' of these facts, forwarfeJlhem lo him
Comnu&der' of the troop of the $Ute of New his4au4k for a ifcneral Convention which-were unanimously adopted t oabe3dinst. ,M4tq IISaZtig !$
the 8th" He 'pbt been there since I84Sin1wfcch''be declined1;J6 co'mmit' and ,
Yerk; Mr. Tea'Bnren, officer Lotc* sal Lawrenee,JU
YDorf24w.14n.ettL'r appeared ithemniforia of nrAnstrianbnsjar & ".* f'J *jl::! '. > !.' ')':' .-!-"' * said Con ventiob;'the Whigs 'of"MiddreFro' ; couRtyfirt jConventionl assembled'that ian d .
& iPei -
whilst Aueiriaa Eioperpr deem, it expedient Ipr'FJpridajto represented ;
thfeiyoung the Wgewtion; and \rillmeet
InPArsiee it'tras0irpp6aed ridaTconetirin eip1a
Col. Fremont iMk to
was .i'i: Arrangements g ay
i' Convention toeheld' ;
: You -National.
be would'remain'antfl the dispute wOrca'Rnssiau one., njaybepare .> $ j.fftffamftrt 5 '.jf.. I their.brethrenrof theiHate'inTallahasBee, in '18S23 4t ation;k.that bamight 4esreaL-.thMJn tz
affairS Baltim'oreVn thej6th'Jlnne;
touching his title to thetetitoryin orniaTon that Lpnis'NapblebhVi these wer&ety Vein4et1i4on fonowinRbtantifu\ or.at auv other(point whichmay..be pref erred ir? ; for time nring hia t,hi person p44mb
which be nxJ gra'nted leases,and amply &ised by IwOltnperial worthies the Hobesteaa EieinpUon Xaw, from- / Wednesday.. the j4thiuly next,and, Reke1; 2d, TitdeCmitp sadoV was''aacredeke.. I shpuVij
after din.e.wbcu. .beinstructidi that asa
the claims on bim' 'in 'London, for' the expenKS *} pver" Jbif&uittorryer letter recently written by Judge Dillahanty committee o'tT ro i'Cacbcountyieip deltgaficm in hav wpoldremainjo
for which i1ff I- Dl T nnese )h; '- *District be'appomted to'cor-' ..precedent;tq Uktng any faction hik
of the war California, io e Middle Residential JBaltimorg|four cdays q await *
he had rendered blnisclf personally''rtfponMe : Secure.to'each family whose'fabor may frith the other uconnties of 4bcr State tipon the'matter of/choosing'a ni&stHe: iactTontasl.'c6BJdirtceIye no c aaaieation3f

'. ? tan rb arranged. -. ""- :- : 4 nir*&little spot of free earth that lt'cancalqowthtwiflbe l, seente- if.poswblej-a- full th cMdidateya,tfiect bat-the resolutidii, Compiwiffse;'?measufea m 4eDistrtbeato9Ter1el.c.of,Cbl ttabia,ilbeuag:?
*nsytum'intimes <
Tbe Severn arrived itOtith renre5ent&tIOl4a ; ffU4fl the hearmg fronts
steamship of j
4dverthr oriiisairsz s ffl final aajustaeat !
fit which th ci shall Mcwsidtr a
frOr toother
: ampto* on'the 14tb last, for South'America, adversity; v4 That we have undiimrnsbed. bj l nrped,je lv toibavelnpu itSX.a
A.'JlTalcaoieonsulfeoeralof tli.,' and the children, old ,age -and; infac'tantiuldrawiustenancekiid CVCabelt barsnbY ,
Ainonr the5 rasBennnl waMr. in the Hon. Edward with him of any
confidence course
wonvenwjn __
i a I ;;
JUsofved atfloiL1
claim protection *w n ?jr -
; Brazil for the United :."On-JSJonday. morninglJast,>abouttlhebotir.o ; I theiepxeeenlatWC of[ the teopleTOf if zoriaainthe ; resolution of the character adhered stiictlv. to this I
rob of refuse to adopt a '
them gILel Ise
States from Rio The Severn5-landed "at S pjclock, our' citywasjrisited.byone.pf ihonsk, misfortunemay; Congress pftthiJpwte4 esa4jt 'said elegaUo'alshall''withdraw 1 $OCIOtJt j d17b13XIZOUZV
ofnaturel and U lee l thatttbey.4re.-, free,,still I mehUoned;
)LC.F..IPde Moreira -Brazilian .those' formidable' e : a
Lisbon phenomena is:our desire.that he.should againbecome jCoa7ention and In conjahetion
Minister to tb i UnhedBialw M.'A.M- Tbeagitatioh'of earth was..very: endued ;to walk; on tbevgreen earth,-and candidate for*re-elecli6n to said office i from-ftbe vLbayentipaof. conceiyeiha4anghtto orLtoat

Luboa, Braziliaa' Minister for ? wGreada apparent to:tneJ senSetVand U'mpa1 breathe,,4be free air-of beaveni defiance of I ; Oa motion of5 Joseph'Clisby'the 'meetiDg'1tbitfroceededld ciLb itbcr $c rneasures., lorthe fprfnau'ott'bf'l"National cement,'throngh/i; kienjhat: his cea dpft.diiidnpf

r med by.several physical.effects, such as the thlR ipower ilnd. potency; :of.sccnmulated.l fiU the;;blank ifr\tbe fifth like views.stake.such Constltutional.Untbb correspond with' the 'respect,' conriesj,

-. .ajoSehleteuget 'tha-HttngarJanyhq erackiog o.a chimney wall, the creaking ofbeams'of wiaith %nd domineering pf;the pretend.ig _ut_, ? athenanieec; pf/A' JyFore deem expedient ePrt ameoityiand'proprieiyHae froa thrn isUrof ,

%, escaped Jrora Centa- 'with several''othernfeoBers touses, the motion of the water j iqthe'Bay | ambitiqus, ,The ftacbdnes themrr1OrI*sol thal I man.pCGad te%.George Ward B-j-F ident of lhe .France W the polisbsd circled Washingto *
taken Into; and two aanalteriigeats ; fie agitaiJor of'a liquid'and the I consecrated spot will oake ad'wo3rDaYs; pjjLwnJW. rboldingjjnjtElf responsible to'iumtofsl
of bIe
'tb*American Consn!alGib: ,which couJ4 have arisen from nd ctherjeause o'.ekqpitiopimthosbwheIrze4em ; I ftOIDiMtSd Cbie isttatioii-ith 'ut briclirentitl he giejkl 4Z5t $a tim zTeza ihesialo
44 fendL them
the latter'jwsrtmljwfosfedtoreceive .. The.sboctwaa.of.several seconds ; 4'eircrfl
them. "' duration.* similar "stock'wa felt on the The largest otbgmnthe j d ia.tbepriiI ]lM *

TTbe Russians are eaid to tare/seat *ij Friday tev nt\s boot:<11Jef: >otij'>fltfKMn exhibited in the* ddleotthsAJto- crowo-* ''-I then, bfltootlOa.otbfr. 1ope, cpzeui ic
officers on fecret mOD and several, others have beeo'obseryedat the conquerer. -, tze ,MM b **w .UI4IW byl'
tea ttgineer troily whose I Iont4iazaitobtaIn tt*****>**** tie apkb4
Secure ja.bomeilaffcTery
aiireir 1
EBTOpean Ttarkey W'collect 1nforoatwn' s tbisjiilaw witbi*rtafe fcrtwo: prQVfsat.Olrpijf %
I Igveaknese
to, ibeifTesdnfcei IO.Defli iBdiwonw find but IbjiveiaU/c/ >rtttnatMsi gi 7
: therii.'Th sate of 'roadi 'tJtbermatierr mrkaut'*C6mparedwth "eomewhach ;bii vjq s I Itbr .foarttelaiCtegressionaja afeWa.ifiEtooTopoa .;$ Eebeeann*VQth ie bjofJ -ie4 bytk'4iras Ie ,
stOflLtbI Itlltbqtaui48tdni4'pf'
In other countries tbtwe. ndyou.w4fl'ct refusalto adopt tbe Convwrtiar
woold also b iaqarred rtd5., "725 bee!*ipeHeneed ; its
$ s i*? ?j & ntWorki
tt' tcL
i 3lh PbI&' I it -
believed that niotBeTf body eT'i pfeeeroa'j have_ : carcely tbowgBt m HSt1leU ..iAMfWatofecmtfonof
iban tfttir;
eyiQl ncflpfithat of Mon1wM51ieoS1 bon4 -- .st14-, ,'
f ti1badmntIl left eerrif for Gr ttrJ' t ;.rT l- V -UJ.

i tc colfect-Infora. feAdvice ) *b ;*raffi S f l TejBvefftoye1
local Sr of.yeryIqntteiex*
een ,
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-- -tbefth -el ptwh iVeir ttlbelTest p
aaW :
.between tkf Aortrmn ; a *: *flI tbWi1iM

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:'. Whig ..t1agl. Colmabliu tructed to demand as an'ultimatnm i The ; -' .". : oxtTIIcATt.D.. .' ? oer' entr Dte this -- n HoU6f. : (: '13': } Dickin. desiring .the', Indians to'remaio ,ia Florida.
l Conyention'.of.all all the mea "' '-. ;it thontrollthosetb I.;. .1JJMkt'I: U '; .'. for onr:comfort and cdavenienee, ,
cognition >
y !J. "' man toittbjnd J
'I' The meeting:.in* organized at 3-o'cioek-- S-*+t _"-iVl_ __ rflTV fc.ernetorever I Iuresof _"m ''Co tab.'" L l f d1banan, 94} .
the .t
: I hare
s 4 f ho + tbe honor to be, General
P. M, on Saturday, May W 1852; b) call f of the 'ell agitaloU :fit. 'lf".ItJLfK i 4 1 'OJtt t Douaa, .Marcyi'28',; ;it( Butler, 1 ; .Hous- Your dost ,

ing SILAS L* NIBLQCK to the Chair,'and appointing Resolved 4Tsitheyls& Jndrctia l ur plac I4 power I n ifbeott41evho tonr l Ad :':.Dpdgei3riDickinson] ',!! t. obedient servant,
;': A Jk *. t o onre thr-nomination'o( (J.-..1\ -- \ VJT. *>W- t it .ucro k'iht.pr gl at. In B--r[ _"h :; 11IOMASCRILD.
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T.-WwoHTi-Secretafy MORE foTPre>idenX as. the rst.cnolee- 6fbe S tate to''IfeNaOonai W big<
The Chair dated the object of the meeting Whigs of Florida, and the best Union held on,:the ,.16th instant ; vjif:soon,_beformance i ingl"" Has he. openly: avowed rte 'finalitjr l ,.thete was'but little change.ig4tiL.vailot.Cass Major- Giir. B. Hortji 5i r'*! _..,' -r ,
:: ; in a few appropriate! remarks. man of South for the -* ,_ 113 frBaehMnj **----T-tr' ,
the 5iLl'5'"l-i( tteJ' m UfP.IUJrfIUJ M.n.
rezk! R designteIith!'per' rlD t i p1 i 7' cI"pr cIi cf1 tl'touto Fort.
, .ET.r.h'
dt'WD'mon :.Itiathbe Xhtirman'mpplJ'mta j -':iresorvg25; p ii ""a""e I\UiGii'Z r the : 88 ;f Douglas34 i'Marcy 26 ; Butler, IjHouito&,9 < "U..f..Tr: ." ( &t.u..l.D '
C tbe Con ent ,..wjlllearlily of their datw s.1he.'epr.seDfl.a any and 1l veryratterapttionlbytheir tocreate.agita.: ; JJane'l3; ; Dodge 3; Dick inAdjburneito -
committee of draft.resolutions, and Compromise by .'fJ-; 1 .
fi five-to 'TWuTIMXi7r185L
.tf velf tntBlgi of l'- i _. -
I H.i C v1 *' 'I" 'tit1 / h support any capable 'iixanj sound egestions Stateafewg- ;fepeall .wiJ ;lb,-So t1 take .10Dil" JLSm: :Melancholy t ;
?\ on Saturday, the, olh, day of June. 4To'clocP. M
report -u pon--the Compromise- Convenliotfcaaynominate. f rom'"those""they"are -nirep"S nt i .
t The Chair thV:following gentlemen ; 8.secondeandidatefUpQn7trustismnlyvei_ ,*. / tTt ,. i in from sea on Sunday,lastf 'The WecWup
appointed" > .
: .' may tfo'C"be}amissl, 4iu1delegate5:httveVresponsible he happened t to be be born:ooutrt otMasbTandlick3o l BALTTKOBX, JtnatS ETenln:
t 'as :said Committee, viz :; E. R Ires Resolved; 6, Upon 'rejection'of the Coinpl'OlDil58:1" trust confided lo' bThe po- cause i -';line!-Let-the'Wb 'I Ninti 7r l1 O1C: M,1 i2Thibi n QO,!'niedwitb"twt, bOyV'DiCkE

' Gen.-Wcu B. RoWGeorge-S:'HerberVAea by1he.1 Conyentioftf ou..Del gat s .t <' ft""r) i 87. Douglas.'39'; ButJer11ftoa.a 'ffj; at sea on,a plank almostwithont clothes! S
North .J.r'\1tt r'thf"oo : t ;
siUpriipfvthe. hjgp.arjy.! ,as eyjdeqcedby TIa"'t.I
be ,unitewiti jthe Cpmpromise'partyy'pptorprganTz t D wa
I Ir! Roberts and Eliaa Walker., ernpowered .un... .JI.Y'ael Lanr,13.tjDickidsonIiMarcyt; 26. they J were.jmmediately 'auppli4'with
; ?: a jbifd party, the influences aVwork- place their xandrdafie -
: } ,, ; swer--Noi Satisfied that their own position
.l 1M .<'On:motion-; r meeting ;then idjowned '. *Tenth; a/fef. Cass lostTone;'lBachaD&1lost t thit'ariiefe! j and they repdrtlhat on "
upon'this basis. .. .,,v* Before'r thV'don, ritfo d'S Crfbjs I is i and } Friday
r correct reason
until,SatardaftJbhe 5th-. :;;; ? ': Resolved, : That/we: thoronghly apprvat ., noininatipnrin' 'oppoaitjoritp: tbe'united voice will--sanction nght--thatober'.tWi--j Jndapprof.I}it-.rather'euftr">\l '-;t> W'a-*' Eleventh ooeJ..Jouglu Ballot.-gained'onei Cass, 101j.Buchanani r.:: 'ha n nighUhe let irtst. the. bark'Fafmc? ;or
tfift.'Admmistriiion'rpfyMjUard.Fillmore.: P
i SATURDAY tz&m185!;' .'Qt' :') and o( of the course pursued.by!Messrs. Cabellnd'Morton o ftcsmejarty.Soutli, placelthemf togeheV -> deleak: f. nJ i iij, ht 9.i.PJfp. y 87-JfDoHglaS/ ; 50vr' :! Tr.1 slPr'.a '*TOn sri hiladelph-&tr' wde.of.' aba! ) i : .Fiiegotfi'
tb .thirteenth ,
,the. .flight change. ,towards iPhilad'eiphiaVwith
The wheeling l cs.tr In die Whig Caucus of the 20th ( with the defegates{ Iroht\he\ other:'Sputlitern j '
: ,aajpriraed .being'called: ? n l than affiliate iWitb-4 i Wfia wbo eopinions''and po change;.;fourteenthr Casai'gained I.Bnchanan a : o'fjsugarTaBd; i

der,by S.,L,{NwiAck,N'Cb'airman: ,the..Com ofA'pril Resolved. :8,',,That- ,W. cd-6peratewiih,1T .. .the:', i .' States' in'VpWitipy.which'wiil"'nttija1, .. _, policy stamp them .agitatorsleekless lost;\.fifteen,:all[.unchanged. .: rnn'into cargo by a. ship off Bahia molasses:'Honda,:was

j mittee, previously appointed; presented to be State not only decisTpntbut,firmness in that decision cohseduences:and ''regardless''of:rihe 'sar tr. .:'& 'tltn 99 ;.B\lehinaa, ::87;. ;, ind
other tfft
Whigs j '
'," the meeting; through their Chairman; E,.;R.J el elections ::and approve uir' of the:1st-: oft July Unless existing,circnmstances nridergp'S' ,ma- -D;':pp; ?i5; | F ;the i"i-WWii tUnwn-; Vi:.Yield' ;t and9ualityj 'V Douglas. 50 ; Marcy, 21 j Butler, 1 .Hous i rnrnediatelf. su. 1. 13eyA."saw the,:mats" ''-

'.: Ives the''fo11oving' resolutions, "which, .on for State, Conventi 'at Tallahassee; !el.ial hane" within i i the few days m M r rf V l rt in! ;did1,!iOc1., pe 1'd i corjtbif npturean1 tont1Lane!; 13 ;Dickinson1Y: ) 'Sprjrig:on,board the 4ip; thee. .vns a lady

r.- motion; of Alexander'Young'! ,' Esq., were taken -. sui est d 'by the Whigs of Duvalv l 'flf') ,;; .; ir:g,,;thefwtll_ I l be, calletftlpci" ii' I ,,liyjec di8membertnerit.of" 'to "\the.J.. ',Confederacy'f "t t." .y., .Adjourned: ii .t_" ,, fni9r.itit.V l, ,* ',ir; pi passenger' onboard/ ,who: t they think'mast
vu-- have
9 That this do appointhe < L4 .J down with the
: up seriatim, and, after-due deliberation, t" .Resolved following,gentlemen"meeting; atr.end .tl ; J J'Y: tl .,,aVhigsLrresenl., be thVpHceJ. r! Cout'thcost-fnd1: ; :i let'. the: Welt DLttrict Conrentlon.a gone : barqaej; they sawthe
to the
Delegates *
S f '' Capti.irijpn steps t of"the
4It adopted : '.?. '> t Conventionviz! ; ; ,E. J, Harris, 1 i ing (arid! s e kingahe'Mntim: >of tthe I. Whigs! oLdie South>occupy' the prpud pos* t 'F.r ,'t::. .. : 1-J 4. barque', anjafteTwards'saVthe -

J.'tift" Whereat, "We, have met( as members' of the1' Jopra..Mobley'if ,AbtaiTown; William 'Whig l'ariy'\iib1 theywi:: !|\' "tertt.nciB 't tlqn\f acrifidirig! ,p'l'\1."p *[er>nd'place! Ypjj j. The, Mu\asm&Whig: ; comes; to.,,us..withthe f. k" steps''butinptthe I Capjtain

Whig'party of Florida for'the:purpose; 'of Cassady arid Solombu Hall.from; ,.Adams- and affiliate!'with'those*btg.rii lOg,' tinker antislavery the maintenance.their-principles 'arid'in- proceedings the Convention held'at aftd ,they fear, be I was' drownedTwa. :

" .t\ -,responding tol and ,co-operating.with<: our y ule;;Joshua" ,'McGahaganVand.. .*\A. Mcavid I ,agitatonnew.9pplaughtaon j jthe. tit'.iddr 'thee9o : 't tti co&! UcheeanriV" ""on they 1241b'>May---w'"iiiclr{ ve others of',the crew-were floating,*hanging to
9 4 brethren i ia other 'of the State fri D ; t trom.Ang;: Swamp; Thom4 Barnes, !JWha4 t are; ; shall publisliin' ext f hatch '
; parts :{ institutions and interests of the South.or by: ,. ,pu? :? the Cprivenfionjappointed a who drifted wards":a ship' afW
:. 'tbeireflorts! to establish'the :principles we G. P. Yeh'erton.-C.A. Mitchelland Lewis parison 'toith:those principles 'afldinstitu- a. ) :. r '
; in common.baTe in.vieitlerefote, p C'Ga; n! frOm.OcaJaj }Y. D. SeIlemJ.; ;S., their action sunder, the riatty'kn" l der" iptbl' ,tioiswhcj'(; .have_"* -;been! ',handed, .' down'- ."to.':.us"tt' ,Defegatesjo; atlertd the Baltimore .approaching* .hem, and. theysaw: "D q
4:I' 1*. Be it resolved, That we'"adhere to and Rutland, from Oclawahaj; J.P.earce.and.Sol' schemes'.and s machinations t.i- ; 1fhe! abolition asavrichiiboon..jand. inheritance i from' Convention ,tbeo..J6thinst.;:, nominated more of. 'titan! ,, ,iThey".say.. the sbip'tbat
re. ffirm' the principles of'tbe'1Union, pirtyof omon Moody, from .Orang? Springs-James; fanatics.-r.< > :MuchlndeedJS.ji--T" ':* V "'; (("tpi-"'be'L noped- l'-- j our Hon. E.,-Cabell, f-Congr ,'Maj''adi rackMbem kept,on !'as though nothing
, .4 this State.and that true our faith! ; we Cooper and William Curry. 5!., from Flem'ngton : ; ; ,be-avokled; sires isThe< plain' 'duty)'of"our,ide l legates f P t'6hTh r; tillara iFillmoret i Pt si-. serious had'happened.- ", /S .
.' w ; stand by,:a!;are prepared vindicate' the i ;,J. O'Stein, from AVacahpota; Al- that such an by frankly'to rheet thai issuf' nd.'tD.. rharntain.trjoje'p'nndnlefand i ,- t-; men and measures of that*party, and to de. len B. 'Munden and MalcolmGalbrajti l | the selection of a candidate whose 'Bcnti1mehls J : 1 f! 'i ipiitIol: i '"'i '!! I''a'i--1r.P; e'Ve3j- dent, a f Gpvtl BrpwQ as tbe first i hoie of \\i1p..PI.p.ib: : at.about itt every dijction -

:: fend'iheUni n and the .Coub ilution. from No.2 Precinct. jf i 'areBll nowri,8an'd l'ab fwhfth .'iGtre.c the West for Vice,P.Ksidenti' >- r to try to find others. She,saw many
the : ,tf : '. .* i:" !>- *' ai' .- < hazard, j nthe first step ia to,'require the
:.ti': 2. Resolved, known, That as we the regard Compromise the acts ofCongress of above Resolved proceedings 10, That and a ;printed; appointments copy; f be :an1- i,' be- v no. l question'* ".Present/k- *t \i indications-! Convention to'show: that it Js National e : '-" !,' -1 pieces' .of wood from the barque!; bat no_othereifa"

1650, as atoll and'' final settlement and adjustment afforded the Delegates, both !Baltimore, ando however. leaveilittle room for ,doubt that ',Convention. by declaring. that the':late. lawS. Correipondcne,-.of ZlepoMlean.. : :' .L- 44'. '-:.

4 of- the questions involved in them. 1 Tallahassee by.:the Secretary, as creden- that. issu- will Have'to be met?'1hj. { *, known' 8shf" Cornpromise",' sballl" : ]held' n MiLLoirviijjs, JV1iztl'J&Z: 'Wh\1e( writing. on the subject this disas
U .il.-C1- : -i -i"i ,
i That we are willing to abide by that settlement lals., ,. :The Nortnejn Y-1 porUon ofj the,party Bunder" sacred anid.inviolable( .}.and..that ,all further Lear Sir. :{Iep.'yos,J the enclosed copy t en,,it occuurs to me-asappropriaito' 'describesome

; for the, and Presidency are determined or Vice to Presidency support no man p Resolved''in, 11 the, That Conservator these proceedings.beublished and that the th influence and lead: of, WM' H; SEWARD agitation of .these subjects' shall ceasei J IftheConvention' of, 'a letter'frorr" General' inLDs' r ...,:U." S. .A-i. incidents'exhibiting the daring, .be-

ii' who is but personificatiori of charlatan* or'publica'ion. vln.. doing sOt I act without h alf of the lives of others,'displayed by.the
does not stand up to the Compromise,,with Whig papers of the State be requested, to is 'national, as it professes,

. ;.T out flinching, and regard it as a final settlement opy.: i ism'' and Pike u higher} ,"flkww ,abolition'doc i : this..:hfgh t cpurse',of''actionnowrqutred i i for' t be_ knowledge' l %. !Gerr.-CaiLDs.. -' : Its t excel-- l ll 'wreckers' in their perilous'occllpati .n.- I

, t of all the questions therein involved. G. P. TELVERTON President, trines-put forth Sea. SCOTT as their champion the common gQod pf, the .country,-.will govern l eric'e, as well r as.:its,general>,bearing-'upon? shall do so in another letter. : .
3. Resolved That MILLARD FILLMORE 1 is, LEWIS C. GAINES Secretary:' ; ] : "
i;. I before all others, our first choice as a candidate ,, in tbis'.unrgbieonI warfare upon'the and guide their counsels. 'If/this is he'existingState\ :: action ''n ,.relatldn l ,to,ln- t .t frruTy'yours.I' : .

_" for the 'Presidency/ has,been triedL' Constitution and. thensttztio! s guarantiedunder rejected' .and refused, the Conventio'ii'wilishowjtself ; dian affairs, will t hopC prove. a :.sufficient, F oitW.Y: of ,

r:)''j and is well approved. His wisdom' and lL.OHIBl llftlilEU.' it'; 'wbile, 'on theolherl4handii.tbe! :, i ,' not national? butseth) jonaiand, alology I "foj r i iu'publicaUpn.! i wI' ;. -Herald iftialt.j 4 a

'w.' f\ good affairs faith in times in the'administration of peril and difficulty of national-his Southern division oft: t_ party, with singular then. if, unrottu1fa ly,for the country; such I' Yours, truly, "'' Arrival of tbesljrU&Tbonta Ffanel Kxll. Meagre i *';1.

..e /I' firmness i in.the maintenance of tbe laws' JACKS ONVII L.E: .' l unanimity call for the nomination of should !be the action of,'the:>fNprtherifwing 5* '- r.BE: JAMTN'HOPKlNg- .1 .4 .-, ._ .1

: 'iN hs! lost regard for the rights of the States, 10th MlLlARD-I FILLMORE" DiNIEL WEBSTER,'Or of thV'pifty'I'orir'delegates: "should, without: "-' '3I'*."JGen.4* sP !' nit, On Wednesday,nigbtlast. Thomas'Francis -*
Thursday, June 1852. ""* i' > 2d F:M. Meagher
: Lt and devoted'attachment the Constitution -ft (prpnpunccd Maber) tbe dis-
statesman like them1, in whose withdraw the" Convention '
some, past hesitation, from CpiuMBTs DREW ,
: i -entitle him to our continued confidence ; Esij'Editor'Itanda tit guisbed Irish exile and orator, whotwas.:;
.';*' and support which'we pledge' ourselves to Abtr ct of.the Census. r acts, life;arid character. ,are/safe'!and :,sure and .return..to .their constituents'), And,'if ". ''ltPuu, cari, ., ?_'' .,f t:ranspprled as a ." felon"- for )btt. part;'he
: I guarantees for the future.; The Whig party sectionalism \ be'' the order-of the i-, : took in the Irish revolutionary-movement
:1111 give, should" be receive the nomination of have nia. \a\lo day, : :" .. '
". ,.t the Whig National Convention. We received, from our Repres I i is divided': upon principle-not rUpOD 'men. ]Jel us'rally upon' our own soil;.i in'd fenc ''of HD. QRS."U. S. TROOPS ni t'LOHnu with William'Smith t O'Brien,John Mitchell
t. ) 4. Resolved That the confidence, respect tive in' Congress about 300'copies; of the FILLMORE is the repre'sentative. .'the, principles ,- our-.firesides- i and our.'insj.jtutions!T*: *J" tfi-\ nail ,our, Fart Brooke-- ,''Tampa-- -Bay- Slay, 10, 1852.- '*} arid others arrived .at.this portia[ ..the.Jbd
of::1 and devoted attachment, entertained by the Abstract of, the Seventh Census,which "he 'ihol&-' : 'SiIh d'th>!;honor to receive' Acorn fiora Pernambuco, having escaped,
'': Whigs Florida for Representative of, tbe party ji-South-SCOTT-i, .of flag with the name of FILLMORE inscribed 1 yesterrdayj from Van Dieman'a Land in.an American
.if tji t i in Congress our,distinguished the Hon. E. C.- equests us to circulate' among'our.subscri the North. Which division of the party!is thereon, to the mast.and,>if''defeated; we I ;:your 1 cpmmanicatlpn(; of '.the. :::4th. ; hlst.. ,I whaler. He kept himself perfectly ".'II 1g."

. .,:'.1- CiBELLr proves their satisfaction with the b re. This we do so far,as the copies! will the'more conservative' and patriotic !"The shall have. the consolation. of having,'fought from'Fort Mellon, arid hasten to,reply to i it,I until Thursday except, to one or two friends

'.)1t manner in which he has discharged the dq.1i'i g Q-not through our'' Florida list! ,! .very South s ks the aJvancenrent and quiet of m a righteous- s i,,and! ':. .an,approving" / ( ;. -conscience -.:. with, the, ,frankness .you desire. HtIt ; In[ the afternoon.of ;that;day, be. called on
ties of his office, and points him out as. theirnpercandidateofthe onsiderable. We enclose them &sExlras; strict observance of .will afibrd mejbe greaiest'pleasure'al 7 : Mr. Richard OGprman, jr--and Mr.Jobn
re-election. : the. Governrnet'jya will enable us to sustain such a defeat I B. Dillon, at their office,jn.Wijliaxn..streem,
: t In' the event of hIS being party a for candidate, we i n the order of the names on our mail book. tbe Constitution and Laws and demand that withont a, murmur. all 1 times, to'.operate' with 'you' ia forcfrig and took them by complete surprise. iTbe.se!

I pledge him our cordial and unanimous sup- We may receive another supply,from which a proper respect and regard should be paid : in, or capturing, any Indians ,that may be gentlemen are lawyers, andboth Irish..ex .
, :i' port. we will furnish those who :n'o fail ,to get t established rights and", institutions. The ,Baltimore Convention-"Democratic." found aver,the, I limits! 'assigned! to.lherril ilea who were embarked in;the, same cause "

It":: ,5. Resolved That, members of tbe Na opies.: Our readers will appreciate 'the Nortb,'urged on b}'s ction'al fanaticism and ,Below we give our readers the despatches, ,Several scouts have, been made from,the" : with Meagber. They fortunately .escaped
i nal Whig we concur in the without! trial, Accompanied by MrDiltoa
party value of this document. It will be instruc.ive
": : S to send delegates to the Convention, of the mad spirit of .anti-slavery aggression,I as ,we find them i in the, Savannah Republican Kissimmee pt. _GRAITON'S: station-. -and I arid Mr. O'Gorman, he proceeded .to/there
;E O'ti& the-party called to convene at Bal more- on t in affording them a comparison 'of tbe seek to pervert the ,Constitution and prostrate of the consecutive days of this Convention from ,Fort-Capron, Indian River, without; sidence 'of Mr Ri Richard.OGorman, the

. the It3tn' day of Jane;;: and, as delegates! rank of oat Halt (7) State. with' her, "gl, ri- the Government, by their political 'profligacy ; np to tbe,,latest, ,"Which we find -in that discovering ,aiiy thing..beyond one or t\Vo', (Fatherof; Richard,jr., in.Dean: street, Brwkyn. -

f.; from! tbe Eastern District we endorse the ous" sisters. in population,, products,. &c. ani.c, i1ptlon. The, correctness,of : paper ,of Friday last. The 'RejpvMicdn"o![ abandoned hunting camps. Undoubtedly/ ., where 'he..has been since, sojourning.
; names already proposed, by oar brethren, of Though.no account taken of the l; The elder Mr.'OfGorman, ,is a.higblyrespectable. .
,d i.X Sf. John's and 'Duval counties-namely: is squashes this position.is clearly indicated in the fact L Saturday,also'contains j the -pr t e4''ng8JQ there are still a few Indians 1s' remaining ou(1 L merchant of the;city.of. Dublin.
ables show be '
,..1j: '. Gen. JOHN SCOTT, .Marion, Gen. J. M. t; us to "some pumpkins" i in that the Northern Whig organization an I full of I the first day, in which.we find.noth of the limits;:but I have Reason to ,believe Yesterday: ,Mr :Meagher wentiinto. this

, nt ::' :HERNANDEZ of St. John's, and::JAMES M. Tobacc. 0 and.Cane Sugar. overwhelming majority, has resolved: upon I lug additional 'of ,mach importance The that 'the tribe, with but. few exceptions, i is I Country? !in_ojder.to.recover a little from the
BAKER,, Esq., of Columbia and, as delegates : Fatigues of his As he,did not make
; journey.
thesacrifirt'of.'Messrs.FILLMORE.and. W Bsua names .of committees.are given". 11iip within' .its boundaries ;, that the, principal
". for the,State at large, Hon E. C. CA- &'Gen. JOHN Scorr, of .Marj n county "- '* '-' a triumphal entry, like KossulB, and could
This fact with arid I, states also the. crowd, of delegates, alternates leader of the outsiders (ECHO-EMATHLA) has
.t.o.' BELX. and Hon. JACESON MORTON. passed on Friday last orr his Way to attend speaks a power ; ; Jf t _;* I.I not be(;seen, it'was imagined by'some that
, 1k 6. Resolved, That we concur.in the expediency the Baltimore ''Convention. 'Dr. WHITE"- volume of significance;which''no declarations &c.;'was so large, the platform'would tak hhis, panyjnio) the/ cypress swamp, so I, the matter'was a bo x. .-..He,.teturne4.'hQ\1'c

, i: of holding Whig State Convention or pledges' can efface. These states not hold them-a very different affair from that they may not come within the influence ever, in the evening' and :one.of;our corps
, Tallahassee HURST, Delegate from South' Florida alao' '
at the of. bad tbe ofariJnterview with him
on July pleasure
next or ,
I less leaders' and in. the the one which Mr. ass said tbe whole Democracy of the 'dele atiori. My instructions with
4i1': men, ITO champions ;
iD such other time as may be settled upon, to I proceeded, on in tbe same boat A l letter and derived the facts-of his escape from bis
: :: ..: nominate a candidate the office of Representative from Gen. HERNANDEZ, written Ta Wash' Whig ranks than eminently' national i in could l .stand, Tippri-and proposals regard' to operations against the'jndians:are own lips* with the exception of the ship ia

al to. Congress, and also a candidate i. i his of the their characters, have carried the Government were made toend all;'but the ure ulara' limited to giving such protection to the,set.. which be escaped, and of that be would not

.for Governor:to choose Presidential ngtonr expresses acceptance ap. safely through' arr eventful crisis- on the floor. All bands, however, appeared I tlementa near the frontier' as' my force will I afibrd any'clue.'.. ; JrMr.
, t f": Electors 'and't& receive'the of the ment of Delegate, and his intention! to the of
rr.:; report : < comprehending directing its 'action for determined i to', "stand, heirlkrQund and -;' allow idorbich purpose",' detachments .: Meagber.bad partialliberty; al
it f: State delegates to the National Convention. act,conformity with the expressed wishes ticket.of' leare at;;the time he ,escaped, but;
,.f J\: The names of the legaes to the State I of his State. Messrs. BAKER :and BRYANTare the greatest good ; .aruJ,,for tbis.?they are U'scTrnLC.'fr a( l\1a'rsb' I 's. near ''Smyrna, at( Sheldon's! 'B did not violate, its.condition. It ran as fol:
'I ti Convention will be published hereafter. ,struck down the would be dimcult to predict the final and nt force at:Fort Mrade
] expe ted to leave in tbe next boat: G. ruthlessly soughtto be by result rp'risJith. a lowsI: undertake not.to escape from the'
t J 7. Resolvedf/Thal we bail with pleasure fell demon of anti-slavery agitation. of1 the voting, with any.-thing like'cer; to cover tbe settlements. the'Alafia should colony as. long, as' I. hold thja.tieket of:
t. r.: the name of GEORGE: T. WARD, as a candidate ,W. Call, Esq., Delegate from Middle Florida I the ; leave? Having; made prnwu5.prepara..
from the far famished.Mr. '
tainty ballottings and
\ : for the office of Governor, as recommended left for the North, via Jacksonville on These men'have,: stood manfully by the movements independent parties Lions for.bis flight,.a*,fleet.horse saddled ia':
-j. by our brethren of the West and, annihilation Cass leads the race, but begin-sf't falloff I State troops result i in' hostilities''on ,the part I' ,
Tuesday last. Southland, at the risk of political his stable and well armed with' pistols, he
, \ .,1. pledge him our support, in the event of his 1 have dar d to' be men-honest, patriotic on'the late"heats. 'On':the'last six bal' of the India, 1i. There appears to be, a:,general .. addressed a letter.to the magistrate of Ross,

;.f his nomination, by tbe State Convention State movement, men arid;'lathe rer-y face of th'e'scor- lottings the gains of"Douglas 'indi a"thi misapprehension to the duties of the about twenly mile$ distant, and a: township

:. it 1 On motion of Asa Roberts, Esq. A. J. T. abolition- influence, excited i chances in' his favor, and"the equal decline] i troops in Florida-and'their relative position of the district out of which He was not per.

.: Wright S. Herbert We furnish readers with the pibri-fangstof of the star ot'"Old Fogeydom." We toe" }Indian'Ageht'ahd' Indian! afiairs'iri i mitted ,to go. The place)in which be resided _
;I ; George Elias Walker, oar to-day an ,urged on by SEWARD and.his worthies, "may *" t ''zi I' was the wild ''bush. In;"'this letter bereturned'bia :
I.;' S. .d Vu). B. Ross and,E. R.Ives were appointed I 1 proceedings of .the, Middle I ;:Florida<,Whig; have boldly; by their names and, influence i, be enabled to receive the final-result in time generaL The:commander of .the, troops,in : tick t'of leave 'and said he

101 : ." :?. a Central and Corresponding Committee of r ,, District Convention"which:will be\ found .sustainedi. .. 'i,1b !;C &titution? from, 'their, .aiiauUsni1 to'appear n'a' portion;of' 'our'edition ;' in Florida is required to give*protection, as far would remain i af his house' that' ay till 12

./ pf.:- the Whig party for Columbia county. with tbe minutes of two other meetings;' J''j'restored;quiet.'and confidence" : which case we shall avail purself of it: 'One 'as is possible to the exposed'settlements] o'clock when .the leave expired, in,order to

L' On' motion of Alexander You g,'Esqit our first :page; By later mails,'we"are in tbe country' :These men .have nobly .per- thing is',certain from what i we1 have -the to--j keep,the1, *Indians'"- f *within f- -t i' their* i i limits_ arid.. give the bim"iltb authorities could.-an', opportunity"When the of magistrate arresting .->

1.:!.,;" S wa& ,receipt, of the proceedings of .the. Whigs of form.ed their duty j and., for''', this-Northern. i'. Demoeracyis the CAM J aTY- -db..with tfieir I capture! such as'!]eaeeni-sfAecam:do',so* I :read1:the'i letter) he was astounded,

f "t Zetolved, That the Secretary furnish Columbia and Marion, to which:we also men as.they 'are-their doom .is, ''sealed.: -Pfotolype'as': they may.He'will, : probably The{commander,has...no :aatbority: .interfere .. and immediately ordered,the Chief of Police;r.

copy of the .proceedings of.,this meeting to a give place. In the two latter counties' Branded,with political. damnation by':the, .influence.of -" be'ruled off 'the course f but:the''major advise/'ordo any,other act.integard:to who happened to be present,.to proceed at

the Florida Republican; at Jacksonville. ,for it will be seen the recommendations already those ,whd, fort years, bare fattened ity of that party, as evinced on.these bal Indians :affairS. ''If'is wholly'iri' the' hands once to arrest him.. The-.Chief-of Police

I. publication..' made'(or De1jat1tionfrointhe to'the National i 'Conven and swelled into:importance by the agi Jottings, wink 'all' his feints, strainings i of,Geni'BLAKE' and :his 'agents i to' purchase,. replied was an Irishman he would, and do.no that, such thirjg, as be -

i On motion,' the meeting then dj llrned..' East.have;been ratified' 'These tation of principles 'dang wus' to the peace,; and.tergiversations''and are1 nlyl! induced' 01 othVrwise'induce' the Indians to leaye was also'an Irishman. "young Butv ypu'mu'st'do gentleman\ r

0. ..... : ; 1 S'li NtBLACK' Chairman._ counties, as. well.as also' the 'Middle Dis- prosperity and penrnanecyoftbe Union,'lei t to'give him"up, as: So\ith'Carolina'foregoesece5sionfrom Florida;?'This' ; 'o1(wjJnsee at lengtb'-in it,""'retorted i Ihe'P magUtrate." '"Fafth'; I .

.A.J.T.: : Wajour, Sec',./ trieVhave'in'addition accorded with the,proposal us noijrdv ungrateful I to tbenvjn: the overthrow ; 'motives rof' '" "expediency:k. the :annual report -'of, the Commissioner'1 won't."'replied the Irishman ;jM.I will resign

; i i for a Stale.Convention in'Tallahassee 192- -the* two-thirds' vote"- "Ito ra.I Indian'Afiairsfo'185i' a '"' firstX j"But I.will not accept'your.resignation. -
; and ,of like these for necessary o'
From prostration men ; '
( th. Orala '
Conierv&tor .
/ -
of 21 lost.} # it > J : .t The you'don't, yomaylett
) 'eoatltatfnal. t' which is adopted as well, in the proceedingsof such causes, the South,may read, hei r; destiny choice' t of a''whole"i 'Toteof288,'I is a. hardfigu i C n-n 1it1. authority andjneans appear alonebut LwjlJ not arrest young,Maher.! .:

.. P. -Union Meeting.At JeffersonWe are expecting also! to receive It 'reuuires. no' propbeticke_ to'foreteHtlie, .: ret: reach,*even for tbygiant:eriergies'II to, ample' 'if there is.any ,virtue in money The magistrate gave 'it up,as,,ai bad:case,;
L. *4 tn a rnedtnesting'ofipardonc r in time.reports'of ''action' wards the' f. wjrf'v-ii* ; .' / i. fci, */ of "Young America.151'J i : vWi 'N" -lhefgrdss-ampu!: tJbeing, i 'rtT iriformeddoiible I.; and rode' immediately.to another station .in
I" State resulj, :: ; J. 'j I :1' t1JI'- .V'llI in i. 'y* 'ti i; _".t ,J :,'t .. 'If wuat"" 1lofi search of police, Meantime the Irish Chief,
dose citizens' 'Marion Con jTentiori1roni A1acbuaSt.|;; John'and :i itC4. E-\vas'all ri"t .
; .
county favoring ; : I horhiriatibri' .. of Police,
Should Gen. SCOTT the set /or
receive L, .t I ? .J I" 4'oier \- '' out the mines and thoughthe
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th'flnalit1ol.tbeComprolJliae., Gi: P. YELVERTOIT Putnam j and sueacpnformaiory, and< 'secure i si hieIeti"i'" '* < n',".in-'bk'p'k t S t.1 equivocal ';! :I .; r Wa }.i t :l1 P ,j& 10.:1 4 oclmakijnoi1'moneyrin digging gold,
: in Circumstances,will Callow of tin i '.. During the evening1 smio'nlHcin' hnV. f II: well.'awar ,
:the Chair; and L C. GAINKS as ceeiings : *, Genera that;'a portion than in arresting-brave patriots: Such
1 i anl.surrounded with his
Secretary; the following! preamble'arid Nassau, and the other'comnliw of ,die' East : position .: ,. present -. K Davis of'.Jndiaoat formerly-Speaker;of Of J the army are i'I les.t5riedte. ose-a'pdetica! !is one,of tbefirstlruitsothe, : i gp4 discovery i '
reso* !
the. :
: ,all lanpeSj'jwhaV jnay J,not. be expected:1. House, of.; Representatives, waschosen: LIr in" Auslraria-the''escape 6f the brilliant
; lotions and South, i Monroe with .tiernur '' bcn's-to i 'lolauiiUleasant'ostsiTamp'a ,
were Possibly .
unanimously adopted | President f
of : !
: I Agitation'Without restraint-corruptionrithf! tbef Convention. Thirty-one \ M gher.colJ; ,-.after.all, .is .useful in'its
I i ; 'Whereas* it has become evident'tbat haJtional beriifew; ,but firm, may,find jt ,.converiie but'checkiwilltrrantjph':; Repeal will sueceed -. vice i presidents and ten"secretaries were :'ap-; and(:; bther place so Vlong. as.the way. Aleajher-waited for six .houwafter
: -' : 'orga, lZ&tlon of the Constitutions a .,to J be represented by;delegate,,!as,she repe'af-THIauseiafter of pOinted' iTbe'tw thirds which'require, ? red man";ds: an inhabitant;of ;the ;;State i the time, in order not. to give the :British'

: ; ; Union partrj cannot be:perfected'until afte will undoubtedly.-.be. by'authorized';substitntet t I'F' 1W iit4 *' *-.(. ,the i'i.1ofw3It 'i Con-- r. a vote of two-thirds of' the convention to Many officers 1d's ldieni have beiiiitFort I authorities any excuse for, saying be had
i l nominate; '
,. | vaybefore its wasg4opted1A'motio!
tbe :much .give spowerrliberty to consider violated t bis! pledge .He 'was, accompanied,
; respective Conventions of the two old though it is :to' be"desire. ,that the yers/M 1 ade amt Capfon two' :
jcit parties shall have been' held at Baltimore';;.: all iouhties mike, 'a\\! rf'tTOt'if4:; 4re equality,:'and.;justice become, names ny.1:193Th: Vote adppting-jt lost-yeas 13- frpni'one to and' i assisted! :by three' young EuglUo.i I |
the Democratic Convention on, Tuesday the only, to.bef remertbefed'! ,this Union;:'so* : 'convention_ .'adjournedtt- J..!1' years, and, more. ',,vy"itboul..haingtheire1ea; tiers, who8upujie4ih.imwith..hQrses anilladhorse's
:1. ;y rejir ented. We think we .taD:pro- Wednesda"'morDJnlP';-" \ *- blessed the ,of humaTn themsei l : to-.wait-
tdayofJuneand sight a being othe vesriTbeyprppo8ed
; : ; the,Whig Convention dearly; purchashl Mi6ne\"cherish'edt.bf; V.. ,- -4 :iut.a't, !{1Ji4:! "rt '. ;
on the sixteenth of the same month.yr .' iniE for Duval strong umer ca1lbowing,' t *Ji. ( -i -Tj. become" > 'i'3-"' t : J BALTlXOf\Z,June 24.< J.t l than their associates and the drivers of fh'11 'tilljh s'polfce,'c4nW,)andkii1-thern.:; ;BatMeubcr.thrpught
: (And whereas if one' or'::both\ of the'old'l .r4from the,appoinlments which have been' puinesunaole'J uesill j ,a.by; During) the mprninff.session, (Wednesday,) welcome train conveying for'tbeff sustenance \ ((.jugpecessary tot shed
parties shall beg and tberclec1areii favor' 'male, in other.& ni &,')'iTattezdanfrnaycxfctample word and'a jest, And the anarchy d tyranny several. Resolutions opposing, the](Compromise I. : '/vtl* X* ;Vrc" *iiV *< blood/but; waited ill J.hepolicecame!; and
of considering the'.'Jate Compromise in all; "t". ; '' ". -I } theft higher Ia*" order will!thea'''be' ; ,r,,were:; read and, ordered benprinted.! porkOtenfai and beans.. Eveaine' land: hunter hasI I kept:his!!e'dl';waiting at a short distance

I ;: : its parti a final settlement "off tbe,:.slavery company ircanticipateahasomeary.ofiumber ; : known! 'and appreciated in aU'iti.gMi US ,The .Committee .oneredentials: were illOt i n d thus j far fromf-'Jhe f.hauas bcivilization. l iinorne9ttbe.poIiceentere4tbe! house;
agitation, 'tbere.nU 'exist :a' for the?Whigs '" rtl r i: to '; h.e.passed put another,door and
no rlonger :necessity 'c :. *" \ 'H. } ) ready, report.yet. '* 1.t- t'"I lt'n' It is hardly neessar"for me mount ,
1.1 ova: 'Union' of C"the Banner! Stale"'0r.4 ); rV'r ,} ,'wiit :" t jn&hM honycaraeirpupd to the frontbf the,
: separate organization, ,. to ;. : $' : 'Lni fl'" 't 111' t L 4LTIXOU'J'UftII 8d:' : tolu.arYO l zhehave. b d' lO.e.le pe-it .'
enforce much finality.- ; Are the the _,' 1. hQusewrthiq pIstol shot of
Covention. Leischuwin pjointd notre4.rd I Whigs of Southunreasonablein'theirdemand Evengki&is'o'n'e -' of16ldier' 4.ience them aD<.to1d.
And 'whereas the Union' r ( !. life n that}tbde isjt: a n tbeitoanrestim ik,1heyciitl& th
; In
organization ., <
? f Ion1 cornmrttee-. i; 't' '
I $ it he Jtghola Tbejf dpirioturgeri on credentials fare not 'to : & :
::.;; was undertaken':. the l'lOli"parpoSe' of .. ;'n. me tompftment, : j ready : I utaIi!. ffulFIWd& whosegrati'ficatron; t. t1t. ,.-r-Jtohiahoneand;
:j ;: report- they
, 'L' guarding ,the Constitution' "and:preserving ot x>nclude,that some other,will be present -tbeir'vsoQ Np They; ing claims))f are-out3discussrngth the s Georgia 'deTegatioris5f cdntesti*A':. cndexceedtatofthe} : officers fhd*sol- 1.-.* ,wI; Ji-s.lrien**! ':bas'sooont.; .01 ,.I'bt|

t 3 % t the Union, by elaiming'a recognition' of the, .v4< suffice, to'represent A&tfews) 1 nt till onlyast'lKatjustice; ..maytbe.. dpne.jd'ta. resplution'td make a'platform" diers-whose particular business', if baa/:bee They travelled over ISO miles without halt* .. ,
i :: biftdiog i force of the late'Compromise! :: thaj the fina: } action.ofVor. pa.rJ1 f.n- Northern:. mantiiwbo'lb&, : honorablyi'jandfakhfully" 'the .nominations,-'caused1' a':'warm 'debate I .' aadrwiii'b't watch'aDd l iaiarlg thJ')Uwt'foot t??; "7.i.J-, .
Tbey.at "looe'y
!length ached 1I1UDOJtttri
vLtion t !1 obeyed,the Constitatiori'knl Laws'iw j MrJSdule'dof Louisiana : ; ti r ; -
,,tt 21eTorereioZved: ; Thj in the :opinion II 'rgJf hig's,buanw,".&nd.OT. Jf aii'swpri"to' :, 'jFoV: hklrlng 1tonij'; of Virginia: favor 61 against Hbtf'resblritipn iirid'MK'Wise I ?, i p' bt6,.I .lJ.itrQ'. ., .tLgJ,&cIta. "j.q' ,;..iI t\4 I.,$anjF1oiia .. .*PP<.Pponj the.seacoast,where according::.
; of4bw meeting, it ia the duty of:the ConsttuMpnalJUoioa LI.! tberefore as.tbead8gehas; iVfnO; Whig'sbolineM. 1L.la | {'' {Jf..h._: 'it. ., ,ItwutIaIdo&thetabeta.Tb'ec6mmjte:' b, beD.it1; ;; Announced It abthe !tp,p rejipua i arrangements,a whale toat waai ,
; ':men to send"delegates to .";: We haT 'e nMeHco that"everywfntyoJtheMiddle i !. 'i lJ!'! t& !! rupj,4;.tegft 1 credentials have reportdthanC on. Seminole .DO J longer roami ier'bts'dnhnalandIie' -' \.wlU ng; and bore,_him off iefetyHe
1 their respective ConventiansVtrith ..instructions : ;' ir-futn or mercy, by the people of-,his Own.section.,' Rantoul 'and majorfyaIagainst bad. aid corcert with. William. ,Smith* CTBriea.or .
re in
t to ask. therecognhziono1ttheal i L ra. .o iJn rl.n& in 1'4 They:deny,ito>one of,?their.bwnf8ons1'thtemead bothi "ft'tainority fatbfof' 1i' t 43?!iid.n. e b I' John Mitchell, and acted entirely oa his..
, of the Compromise in Convention 'and, in .. _, ,IJ .... ..J'.e. I" Gtorgia idelegaVioris. 8 jointly J choosin* Q i9pg-I-4 A'tr -* -
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i iQ kaseerywajt.
'; I t entirely
} !t : esponsibi"ity.i.{ They were .
: t6his' aii the -ait a4'.ar pp
I jbI accordance with:this : dobtjbe ,coun.tiest of &b'We tj witfiilketbi due. conduct ch ,Wcter.te- rote Ofthe Stated i\ :1-U.lb'2; r
opinion? CoSftmf- ) : ,. < : bliinteatio'DI. b.
I. t. > Ii ignorant .But ,iti.:1Q ,
'll t1 fiI .t iiiiiu. te" '
n i : -II 'I'.J
I yzosii.UzoxWju.weIiearjjy'; approve i ( steps necessary for the same 'purpose:I d.seheooi 1.cw'k. .....P, g. .qt",. ,i,' I otrv tlJu..ud1unEat! 'F 4' t Should the ffin'ral OoVi 'Ill hoped Jhaitthey;,Uxvwill;:act:_:or their re<
; of the determinalk oof the Un'wa'Whigs'of i :- ., y.'i \] -"T-iiT: r. kyjte? 54 .en1iJq,eir.base)purposes and seekj,i-: jiid) 14 ao1.1 O.. f ) rneMe'te ibilii. n4alsQ.e scape'}-J iba.MitcbeWdjstutQdVil1WA
.TJXoultlctQ-1' : i
P q Whig Florida Convention to, send Delegates rt Baltimore:4on'the::National' J1iw C.1l .d.1"( Wi1l in'wini&tlt l tL'I '. his stead/1 .Southern' mi'more'wiJli'g: !.I .Rant'u.ol. ; f M Sathl.et d'Comm h br06 ti lib etfy! 1f"t n'1' pt fdi f i..,iU1.JS4 ( a JO 9.mji (
,4p. be' beldon. eW6nboa4' tit!oon frfin ablfiiif i&ie tOu ), hr1J' der'bf .thy9uIypu'I.t-v : SIlit118xienabpu1, 12Qmil JlOIIe
the.16ih June aextr .* u r 11 rJr fSJ :&uh'Catiniv ere j l kdiut'or.di ; .n ". dl -.''. "
tt tRttdvd !:1":6!,' kiHJ : '" U i'i.'J '.. lrftl".JJ' w-:1Juft tfn 6iJ I 'Conycatioo1'"jThe }let niM & "aa..wt bottt sbottiniqbe1ore.bS5,' .
(, 2, 1It baviDff'erenr;confidence Ntf .J'.,9... ,. 'JnU J" ,t',11 Ie sl[.t .'ruoa.' '.M'' f General. SCOTT,:may>.be,',and.perhaps:is,' legates j vetefdon, Georgia i : State HiKhif Tde-: Ihatneitbor aueientsnzs1iary tb Execut 1injnc .e !tdt.Jh :" .an&.cjoyL
In tbe patrib&sf 4ne&y. 'wisdom tbf the vesael.waa)Jyingofoithisiport on I u a u vi th'i' 'Jgi]: -. tar2 J*:I4fiLl: d'Jr ised'ThictThiolgatet64squenttj' l "" ve" r"'FJorl;. fto, ex sll wss-p-ajfeWff; ****\O'Bw

the Delegates 'Dominated"b'-tb"'WbiI' of thq 34He"; aaI9rt'4na.teITdrowr.: flth: r !p m1 ; ifilr'ti U ;.l'J.ndev' I a ati. .: Eb: 8tytRtjinJ; ; were '.t(:lfWl..4tt6 admitted 14)L(1J Y..i Qre"'O""I'Mt"y t' \:"i fto''J '1.i,'.fi '-.'t.Ja'i 91f. .i Sm iegbeneath- ,oppreasioo #Hs,

EtJohr>r and confirmed:by the;Whigs ol e li; fIi.lJ CJi. l D ii t\J:1' 1ih'N .' .n ir 'r.lIl"'lt'JIi." "Fihl'.B lldt ,U"' Bl e : t, 't'f't.d.., enCrirV. .,fttlJ.. .L..D.v, was., ,ruaho.. ,bcnan4loae4efy. old.Be-:
tance : : JOfWf." :
!. '-!, ,, )1' oUt
Davalb0tbfor iJunLJar erect'anda
jtbelEart. the waA pedeosly
: i : State ; J} I; Wtl i ; } 5 ,;'t" '' -" DoUgtd.2O Afl' r }ItJ\Jq'Jb.tp loreprllQDnJ
) K'H nt ...
tJargt'F') give pnri! pprorallOith lew l P'D ,examinatlQfli7: a .2JlLa.t r1. 11 !,.q C "; _';psenU, r Kin i 1314Vf jhtcj27("! ,UI J 4; asperuou. .ofimtbosaTihD : ier able.Dan;'. ;:Ba'mo.d .\

UO 4W'-- t3Q 5' vtEict }M J rendered,;aecordtDglr.ced Tb& with/the,whalft-South ,opposedlto:!hidrl,dpoa: ,t Second ,Salloi 'f lJ\'c11' tao.'thatpvlth lake'U1a: ,,woutQ"..et.b.a4befOrEtbiIt&
p-4 C sS m 1i !
t1:1 -
i 'th i l .
; ;"w1i.ra.1ft,1f1 ; ie ii :a'to i .ft $ b4body.
though iJare WI1
oar Delegates ,be in- was a wjfe'of JJyerpool, the issues,which will (if he is a. candidate J 95j;; Douglas 23}' Marcy '27 ,Butler I ; .
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1t., 4- Ij; hare expelled as. from'the aimy-that I is,.

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CuTh.i&i Mwrrf "hat Tow 4 1.:0D ( tr.\Ah5, OfOD..a..f)S ,. "CJt'' f I.A'kUiUq;
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the Episcopal Convention" adjoarned/adl board.atlUckd with any contagions ,or Infections ". 11t1tt-J. 'o-. .'" ,"..f..t..- -- "jol1-.1". .o' '. .' : QIX"XOK'IHs:1."" .

o'clock on 1'brsdaycyening, the 27th, after I diseatarto wbjiJMnpposed*$b&be tbi G-W-BATON, .J""t ..J'11'I' ,' '.ft.1'1...>... : I Tnetsta1k.Hass4ourL 1.nr'I'ttIJJ'atuad '

along and eicltiar.esaioa. 3he! such '.J r' "._. at .. l'rebat. 1filajeiIeu-e.uty tt
principal afflicted wa .GP-1xI&-sbaII.atftft without -,. 1 If' T't" : ". -Oir-- : r". __ 4JI.
business the of 'j ''L''I. : -lrt '; tl'q .' ,egsn' ,. .,.IPDAJ.. charged a4mlmaruao1k.et
was appointment a committee the limlu o-.IIQGO ratioWand h< a 4si $ ot! "_JII, N..F:1IIlOW'1it"fIb .:. -0W- MlCOX c'n.h--ND R. I of
to investigatei; charges .agamst Bishop for WphysUa *hteeipoitt W'YASJt1ST JlECEIVED.per Steaiwri from tjo. I.ct.aJ." -4*':'U e "< .at "Joj-3 !k'i?!'41!! .
!h1flthsdty [th*Norths a n_w and rt'f' '= -" .. ",; 8.. 801r.
1 bo'are"to" iat' con endidUueQ meM ; ;: a.
Doane at '
; 's -
: a e 5UBS Jo
1ia Rh& W ;
ofll. tl :pr ith.: ofJl &D4. Sprba g and,Summer. > bet.. . 'f'I
Tertiow, to be held in'.Trinlty church on the Town to visit such vessel or boat as won U praoticabl. i, .DitYGOODg 1i1bezPelezieSii teaebWt&stcozic1n d 1 ..uw4&he &.JJGb'a.dftr. ')'# '

14th of July. The debate.' thiaf uupied alter aieaSIgaal, cJ make'dne examinaI HOSIERY GLOVES &SMRLrvABE invites the bli to a call this f.i h.m..44ti'7. ia.._ tIchei .been autLwbI, .." ..'BtjAUci t'lf'
( t.elUtamerita f ho1ld
tho convention' all of. Tbqrsda.r,:' o:1tinl1ing tio*,inquiry, and investigation as to jtbe kkkness wita aarassortmect. of Drea Goods,&t ; twin. b.'b1seonstnttwt cultivate the -parta.i of ur and, .,:dpakats-tlie $A1I: .._1R.% af-".'

f1I4'M.tItio cj P. M., with and the exception it in--I I I on board jand; if on ach:examination.ther ape JEWELRY SHOES-ALSO* GENTLEMEN'S. ft'ieDc9b d esteem of,us pnpQs J and to instil 3.osv.Ch&rlestoa,I'IIr7 Tuisday at nit Uo'dQcka.4 tt i""' --1 :N tl; T' 1 T' I
.. ,hours'intermission. : 'pears .PARIS-MADE the .human 1a55.Savannah e WtdDacat aU, ... WEEX8
to ,be..nothing pontasiou: infectious $ ; BOOTS.' 1tdflcetnnStbreflh1etbehe4rt. *
Tolres of lavr' together or in _. Line KcSv Tv
many points canon =. .JALSO; WUbot ,'nllilda1aUO" Lw. sL.. .tbeJIgu y/ss .ifjoSwi
the > ,
wILt much oft the bist ry,of Bishop.D"e' :i di'eesnd no probable danger,to;;b. sr.. :4A OrMeiI-bfCendei.', lute will be being b.th.leaR 8ectari Juts I TopjwUtaeTeryTfotdajttl t! P... for Letters of.Adi. a&1OAn, B*>
carried i with bended from eootaotir the of'said eaJy-izaZe COD On nJIgiou prfncipIe..LBy -.. BU Kl,{, '. tote of v.;- *TrvT joooaty
a difficulties,, and Sras;'alsd ,on| ,approach vessel ; oCl.OTH1NG.. .**tthOP..gb 'IR&ctiImaLdsosu.4.. :
or LeaVe
great animation, and it timeslfehemence, the i i or boat,V;from1 the;' perrons and''thing ea .Ju. ,10 .. :" 2m aystsa h.rev-I e4.'lhe" Udfti..U LeartPkelaU Palatkitnry Friday at .%;.. ..;x. .;'.4ite.etaL!!"ls: '1OHN-E GOLKAR?*"
every Fridir.at, .A 10 ,. AtJ Of
the long irill.be read with general 1 interest board the samo/euch.teasel or boat bay'then o. : -! 'N. "L A pCw O VW**>r
report I' prueeedtotheTown. : : Hsito vAanaa ZD JJvyisioa. F M.l RCt laYiDt tnr Frid&7.* ....> ,
!' It appears to be generally :admitted, .. *
although aatboritaiire announcement has :;sui: Be it farther! ordaW by authority *. '- *u, ora.-Jr.....A-. r.i' 'or-" health and bent' ohitlaatiort-to j* r&n IJe'JIodd 9etiBtendenesnf*has beea built.under tile special SIX'1HDtha jiu,date i'nrfflr ffeseat Estate,.y'.to-
] CapkCdx6tteraadar she
made that the Court of which II if saJdJThat the i.'. The MaJ.-Genertl-eomm&ndjzig.. flit to MIld their chiJdrea'fmu i speed Johnson ofVlm."
been. .Bishops, Port Ptysieiaa of Health omeer hoidss nepnin and &eeoml8 .; ,deceased,to the Hon.Ju-4r Prtbia
was to meet on the the 24th of June,aiCam- \-ia Di#weasel:cI jir)oat;sniff to:'required County lug dary of appointed Orange.to.4a.THUB..GINN-"ot.be Qvartefmaster'General. wilt be enL.spared_in providing ftr their. /on and JIIoII'4 byisay bot .YerDlcbd 4iuegor on tJaa St4oht IIUIIJIp'a for Columbia county, aud ask for a Knal*settK-

den, has" been ,postponed to October, 'fbe'' to make due report to the of the Second rmightaatpsu t* u' byiit1e,1In.i mint and aQowanc of she same, and of mydi _
I tend bt of uc .vfetand Dir1aion' .Florida. Militia with be disdpUa* w&'1*Inflexible,though mOd An 1 farther inlon aWuleaabedhtaiDed. charge from the adntiohtnttai *f said Estate.f
Calendar, published at Hartford, sayst- iIiItion; and where:there' li\ h to the rank and title'ef.Uei tenant CotoneL H* and., persuasive;'" %' V. ;, p1yg t1J "". -117's.p.- "; ,. .. ,".. JOHNSON.
"Bishop Brownell has received a letter from Apprehend "'pVlnfeiion :' will therefore be resMeted and obeyed.accord. 'The course eTJ&ftrnctida n1adezifltI I1iJeLsa W ped-a 10. 'Jr "4.1, 'AcbnfDlatrt&
contagion I from mchirestot ingly. By order General of it 1. it. 4 %LDwhLL1 Charl_*. ; .. .
Major Hookina.SCAEART a thorough finished'English Education .. 'A1Bptor.j j.t,
the Right Rev the Presiding Bishop stating ilbr W .ER.:Sasua. 6m. t
I : > ; the persons'and things on board, c ; ..O ,- and a full preparation for any College class.ENGUSU' .'-' '. -- V
that in con"eqaenu'of a request from a number such. vessel or;,boat, with:the.persons 'and:things :_ '. "g t-.i: yx. Ac1j..GeD.4DiT. F. M.< UDES: ':-"-.-- !, _&< rG N. "Notteef" : .
,01 A
of the Bishops of the P. E.:.Church andalso ri borlsgaal'dethat&dastaI
on.board the.aane,.iaa/De required by the listen- ::1'Q.i7 iTEd.tW 1trd 1t. W, a1 :" ,; 4-&ht estate d
from tilt counsel of Bishop Doanejlhe! ''I \,' OrthographyReading; Penmanship; Phonog .1M 81 ., : : 01 Ro1aD4 Bobert. II.te 0 .
dent to.perform quarantine for,euch ;. : :4FL dtAMl1.1T1: 1 Grammar >" mmbia
,_ ,time.and raphy: ; Geography? Ancient ad Modern lousy, deceased are hereby iecuete &
trial will be from 24th of June :
postponed the under,such other requirementssndreguiation : fLr7orti1itZs;May 18, : History; Rhetoric;i Book-Keeping; Composition _. The;steamer TRORNIIJ nalJd theta dby &11t.hhtiaU4iithba'the tiJb.

to the 1st of October,.1852; the place remaining -'I c. .ORDgft-,3.- ;-"'. and Declamation; Botany; the. Bible; Vocal .w LeaVe:'JackWnvilteonfeverv prescribed 1t1..;Or they wm be barredn an
not mentioned herein .
be .
as. may deemed adroa- ,jdrEnERicLvARRETr; of. the JlttlOnl.lJtcleb&tct,$
the'same.1 An opinion was expressed MuriaiDraving. .c' <- < e.estar.es
t A d. Satorday it- 1U'mrfor: : W
the Convention somfef legal gentlemen ble and necessary for the safety of the-Town* and town of Jacksonville;county.of.Dnval, and State scIEnP-cothtsE. tonchTngatpJcolau morning jyatipm; JEnUrprise,; 'immediate. iajrnsnt it the uudersnd.V. '
by i rhich aforesaid;hereby appointed Adjutant General ? < :; andleav ;:"A: J. T.WxGT-a
that this postponement could have ho effect, I regulations and.requirements. shall be complied of this Brigade,>iththe, rank sad title ot,Major, ; Intellectual, Moral.;,and'jNatnral Philosophy .tftoksvMflnjiayj before : at 8 a.m.arrive' at EnUrprise : :'h f2rl ,

the Presiding Bishop having*nd'powerT: with by those on board.an.";others .**'n- He' will be obeyed todxespected accordingly., 'f Astronomy, Chemiatry;Logic;.(1eo10 ;, at or lrm. for TawdaH-lCf Hlati 'sativWfMft,; m.- Leave samaday .. "Iftr"'C& J t'r'il
girds aard!Vessel.or!boat- and the''perioU d : 2d emnia1ccoud.nconten4ed; ; ,'for Wednesday r
p06tf'C !' .Also, that if seven Bishopsthe lThEM4TIALCOURSEArithmetic momiDfaga hmt"a" Flcoli j" TirtR.afthepewerreItedIin.bLg .
.hese Head Quarters. directed the'Ad- ; Z-P1D' By .'
twillb '
: Jo r&rl. -
i things on.board and-the iiait.iJ1gi&l1IFeonm1 and arrive at acksonvfle : shall
atjLhe time forJ.
requisite num1ler-shoutd d bebre
convene ,ntant General who is folly authorised to receive! same r. Wt, MU. the Coort Hoot
and place first appointed,'they could, proceed eating with her and them,'under'the like:tenalty examine.. ;and reporUbe same to me.' _".'- '; ;' ; *Algebr&jGeo&ietry.ntnration.Analytical; Trig Geometry om&- sengert.For landed at any point oathe rIveriJ- "*" dofr. *?the the'town rL .of.;Jackwnvflle.coBnty oll111Yaoa' -.

with the trial as a court regularly organized,! as for'the breach of the. other provisions of..this ''*."l : ;" ".- ':EDWARD HOPKINS, '' ,* ; "Differential and latefral Calculus. .; ;* ? ,P. S-puAte't-The days freight that,the apply THORN oa bdarcL is'dnem-; the legal,hours .o..,th lehne858Jd*

and adjourn at rle laare. If they hontd rdinane;' tn ,, :at 1> 1 .J': VT". Bri'. ":. Gen:Com'F/Ml t :: CLASSICAI .COURSE. >,; ployed at JacksonviDo; will' be appreplated>for property, or sb much tHereof following win bay described the State
: .
not meet,then.a new call fot the tout would, -SEd;4. Bd It furtber ordained't j;. 'Lzt1intj : _, -.'. ._ Brijtade, Latin '.Greek dernuo )renCh. : towingessets to'sea'or ia the 'river; -or'. for and County Taxes dm thereon for the mar381, ,
be &toreUict t .CQ-Kar :DJRaHe-D..e..._ltadIeaUy 1' } ; ; f" t towing rafts; should any offer..'. '; .: -- *.o wit$ ,
necessary., Port Ph'ysicfan'or Health Officer .Dr. LBBRTJNN bffers to those rafferf A Bourse of Lectures wiIllIe: 'deliT red during 1 I- :; ,Feb.l9iS52.3m.; .Fire hundi bdJ tt. h'-ic hi t t

vUittng such vessel or'boat, and:'niating such i the; year upon Philosophy and Chemistry. The '" ,, ". tuate.'I.m tnneng :Le &waapot ".Bi .
FSOM AY..uu.-GeDeral. Concha having examination,'shaO be paii by the captain'or perf leg from Jkafness, his Infallible AURAL REMlES School will be famished:with aliew set of apparatus NEW BACKJJ.dNIl, Pottab1ltJ c-r k" IUI4 ;

been recalled the new Captain General of ; 1 ; wnichthave beensnecessfol"in;nearlyTHKEK ,'and'will afford ample ttpportnnities for.becoming t6rto.OcaI riA7oue upon the Plat ofTownsnip'hreefiTth..*
Havana goes,-oh quietly.: His first official son ha4ngTchikp of iath'vesset or boat ten dollars THOUSAND CASES of.onJSrmed Deafness. acquainted with Science and the practical. Rpm AuIg ; F1 r1dij rang TwentyiteVei East-tn.th'.omco',0 the 4 !

order Is that.ibe Bhojis be closed ,on Sundays for the first,ana five dollars for"each subsequent These 'remedies Have operation of its 1&" -* j ; :.g;,. The subscriber takes this method Surveyor General of Florida.:-Said Land hiD I. '
Deed -
by'Dr. t
visit. pronounced i>i The'Academic year win Be .divided into four informing the public thai he baa owned by the Heir. FraDC. Coodwia; r r- 1
and two cross days, with the exception t Kramer, &I1inTtrid'Defeau, of Paris* quarters of eleven weeks ..':Students may en- DwW iu MiomMdt'nl operation, upon this rfrate,eomortable l .. l1Itlh1iOWbENcTaxAe' :-. .

of those which sell food; which will be allowed SEC.,5. Be ft farther ordained by tie authoritj and Curtis.PiloherYearsby, of London as.the ter after the commencement any quarter and and safe two-horse HACKS which,run :: .& 'Hh cd r. 4 !

to be open until 10 o'clock, A. M. aforesaid, That each and every person violating most wonderful and effectual ever applied for'di'seaseV be charged only.from the time'of their admission. connection with the Eastern and Wcrtern 'laek!u1i11e .F1LtNOY. 8.165.1 < ..,:is-tel ; : 3

This is no new law, but it is notified that it any"of the provisions, this Ordinance shall be of' the"internal and'"middle'' ;! 2Eft)1L & Ocala Staler m Agatort&Newnanyifle4 to. '. Tax CellectoFs Sale.-t-I-l, ,
.ear Tney by Micanopr twice week Alligator
must not be broken under penalty of a large subject to* fine in:each and;every ease, and for comprise.three- different courses for''the various Board and Tultioji 'nci Ing lights, t[ uet sail on Mondays &Dd'Thuradaya:upon leaving the arrival -, B Y VIRTUE of the ptfwer stod ia.; bj: .i
each not washing, per ocsjioa 01 .be.montbs.. $12000 of Law shall euissbfargaie| halo,.lbs Court
tine. and every infraction
exceeding twenty diseases that effect the.,ezteitsl middle, and Internal German French !.' th.'EaateraStagu, and run through to House door In
or extra 600 'thutown of
dollars or imprisonment for five for ear. -If.the disease,is confined to Ocala so as to connect the Stages from Palatka to ,:county "of ;
days each and .the external Music of Piano Putnam
LATER (including use ] 15 00 on Mandiyin'SepUmber '
FROM HATTI.-Advices from Porau thtir-I.frec Tampa Bay,on Tuesday and Friday Iffit
every offence,'and for each add every repetitionor ear, are apparent on the fifth Fancy Drawing /- ': 5 00 He .nights f between the legal hears of sale,.the following described .
Prince sixth wonld ,.a who
to the 2d alt. have been receivedat or day., .J5r.;LK B..ttarran/s a cure tn everY nre passengers may
continuance thereof, at thd discretion of the where the is Painting WalefCBbrt900. take his liDe at Alligator or Oca1& that si,they property of icS much thereof as will pairth
out, perfect in iU
New York. The are filled chiefly year formation. Oil "'*v tK! Staw V
papers Intendent.SEC. He has ; ; ; 12 00 desire to proeeecl on,to .Black Creek inel aaii eddaty Taxes 4ae thereoa for *
with of eighteen,certificates from accounts the coronation 'of the Emperor Perspective from Nature be accommodated witlcomort&ble Jedtel ,000 aem aoW fcss o
6. Be it farther Ordained deaf. from, infancy, whose bearing is now f- conveyance, t
and by the authority 1tb,and bring In Seetioa 88of
the eight days' rejoicing COnse- completely restored and who, r a' reslinab1e ntel of l&re. sail the lint continued
quent thereon. Business was suspended, aforesaid, That all laws or parts bf laws no* in learn,the language Over ttotnty-teve are now enabled*hundred to (Payable Qll&rlerl1.1nrance..) through to that point- ... ,. A.' : '. Township Towashipil! 10.Sknd 84 of Range 2$25i'eait E Seetftrti 87, ,t 4

and the utmost enthusiasm pervaded the force conflicting with the provisions s of this'Ordi., cqlU of Deafness havV been tucetufully Ktalett by 0),,.,. 'jo .JLJ .mmTs... "- Every attention within his'power. as! to i thecomfort' 38 Township 10,-⟫'tad' Raaf'16,.-E.SMtlod'..

whole imputation. fire broke out at Go- nance,be and the same are hereby rep a1 d. him. .Certiflcates to' that effect may be'' seed on English Studies and Mathematics |10 00 of- passengers fa* "* safety of bazgage. Section 3 of TowBAhi t 11-S"j and Range 2S E.
.will be,rendered, and lie most respectfully ;
application. ., r" Including the Scientific Course, 12 00
naives, April 23d, which destroyed eleven! SEC. 7. 'Be it farther ordained by the authority Patients, by sending i a'few particulars"- 1' 'of- their, <> Latin and Greek, :3 1500 solicits a snare of the public "-onag .- ssaid Land being returned as the p roperty of Ro-;. -_ 4berUldUrq'b

bouses and a large amount of property.A aforesaid, fbat the, above ordinances' shall!.be ease can have remedies sent to any port. Terms: ;' '(Payable nszteriy,in advance.A .).! ,,, -" :i-'Y' :"CHARJUESF. F1TCHETT.NewnansvilieApril7,185i ., C4, GFirnksAt.*'. .t 'R'BoYD V

published in the News and, Republican of this Five dollars consultation fee;:ten dollars when I liberal deduction win be made for pupils in ; ,.15- 3 m.j. .iti'-TuAla'r ft CoQ'r PutnajacwntyColmnlla' ?'

CHALLENGE.-Gen. Lemery who was place, and that the Marshal of the Town be hereby the hearing is restored to its original acuteneu., the Primary studies.Address, '- ; :. P i Feb.19'.185-Wa. .
Governor of the Central Department of Cuba :N.Bpf..LK BRUNN'S*'Tnatite'on'the'Ear P, ;NF.BROWN.IleferenfcesJ K LllA1RISQN ,OQ. I
authorized topost, the.same.Ordinances in the and J :
at the breaking out of the revolution at its Diseases and Treatment /rfte Dtof and .Rtlbn. : Co.Tax\CpUector'j; Sale.
several conspioaooJ places of said Town.. Thunb-tr&ns1Med the French--Price one WrLLAiD HALL Rev.:S. A. Wrmcoop ON BAY' STREET'FRONTING- IiED.WITh'S ..-' Y virtue of f
Puerto Principe i in that District challenged i authority inn*bylaw.
; was
HENRY D. HOLLAND dollar. 5 *,.? s Revi. COBKT CHAMBEBS Cdpt.. H. B. NOJTES- ; .- will expose for taJe to froatrcf the.Cowt
recently in New York by one of the Address Dr.Li BRUNN Union Sqnsre New DeL Dr. ; ; PtoitlDA.r11E House
.Jotendent, Wilmington. :. MrLLtivBrandywine ViI- door of Columbia County.,on the tilt M.ft
brothers Aguero who suffered by his orders York. -- X. ap22wini! lags Del;Rev.T.: BAADI'OKD. Dover, Del.. Rev. day of Jane, 1852,the foDowinr described',&raID'
for participation in the affair. Attest: WJLLUJCBL.UlCIU1lD. :t J.;'R ICkwe1 I3F1dk1ynLy..; Hod.''.OLI- SUBSCRIBERS: .'respectfafly :Worm or parcel of.J&ra situated in
Jun 27-3t Clerk of Council. BUhiJ.NGTONHOUSE.SVIMEJLSCCOMIIOLiATION., PliAnT Dr. A. .;BDTD, Medford N. J. Tiarhen =JL their friends and acquaintances that they Snwannee river near.Livingston Ferry oa said
-.THXO. HY..tTr.'Rev-T Rev. Z. liave'established themselves in. th* mercantile river containing 400 acre,owned by.Ames Bin-

J.uuoKVILLEJune 3, 1852. Arrival*! the BnQ_sit.n House.s.Bt7rriscTox .' A. MAiisriELD WiJmintMD,OStCADl.& ws, business in this place and are noW receiving and ney.or heirs for taxes due the State-and "countfor /,

t ORDINANCES or transient sojourners in. Andover, Mass. ,*I' ."_' i:.. nov 27,'l-lT" opening at the stand above named' a full assortment _lbS year 185L State and county tex $9 SO--,
PERMANENT ; consisting of Dry Gooda; Fantfr Articles, i'h :A.-J.T.WRJGllT.
find accommodation V
Passed by the Intmdent and CoitncilttUH of i PROPBJETOE.. ?' the season for single or families,at the .JacksonvW Female Institute. Groceries;Hardware;Boots, 8hce /Hats, Caps 'Sheriff Ex offieio Tax C'tor.

the Town of Jacksonville, at their titling JIIM" '1. irs ltate1r.. a.. j. BUFF1NOTON persons HOUSE. THIS INlITITt1TI'Ol', having been in'ri usually Bonnets kept,&e.in fee.,a- with Dry GSdds every' variety Store,:Dfpcds Which Affigalor. ; ib4Vi385i; V "..'det18-&cl.': _e.. .'
I this day.SECTION Efon. I. H. Bronson.St.Augustine.. Blount Ferry, ra. This commodious establishment was completed operation,,for more than two years they,offer-fjy' sale" al cheap tU they" can be Nassau Collector'iSakBY V
I CorintyTai
will be under the control of .
Misses Haddock, 'Fla. and prepared for the reception Boarders on hereafter joint purchased at any establishment' in 'the Southern
1 Be it ordained by the Intendent and G. Fairbanks, do E. A. Powell.. AGa. the first day of October last,-the building haring MISS P. SWART AND MRS. M. MARLOW. country ; their entire stock having been selected )VlRTUli of aniboriV in mety JJUr ms*

L, Coancildea the Town of Jacksonville That A. I. Fairbanks. N. Y. N. M. McNeil, N. C.J.C.HaW1& received an addition of About five hundred 'Mrs.MARLOW has lately'been connected'With by one of the firm,with much care and attention .'.I.1riI1'; for jaki.lafrofti *f th* -

!, all free negroes and ffiulattoei between I the ages : WKlrkUQ;' .'&O feet front with pinnaaiunning the entire length one of the most popular'Academic* at Greenville and with a view particularly this market,they Court House .door of Nasstta ctiunty on, th*first
63 MrsrCrabtree and two A.'. Priest, Fla front and rear, making it as comfortable any S.C.nd brings with her thehighest testimeniaVof flatter themselves that they will'bo enabled .to Monday Jane,. 1%>2-ihe following described-
of 16 and years residing or staying within the children, Fla. JaM 4- House in the South; and affording accommodations her character and success as a Teacher. give entire satisfaction to all who may favor them tracts or parcels W land aUoated in said eoontyt

corporal limits of the Town of Jacksonville I J. R. Haddock do. Maj. B. Putnam for over one hundred and fifty persons. She al.'o refers to Col. B. M;:PEASSON and Mr.WM. with their patronage, both as, to ,the "prices,'&Ddqa&lit.ortblir' One trlct containing 25Q acres,lying sear th*rt* -
twenty days after the passage of this Ordinance, Junt2. St.; Augustine. ;The subscriber would say more particularly to .D. BnaKBA. of this place a.r-* : : '" J:" '. ',- idenee JUtr.'John Hininbotham,on..s swaatpcalled
I J. M. B. boyd Ga. June 6. those -The Subscribers', will tDhititntly Little Mais;another.' lying oa i nksfSwamp .
shall have whose with that of ,visiticgitke Guardian
a name
; T. S. Hernandez do. J. C. BeamaD.i iG&, such additions to their Stock' the .containing 250 acres..These lands art
our delightful climate.be baa had an eye to and the public,generally for the liberal patronage /.as; state of
Ms Ward,shall be registered in a book to be kept June 3.srv.7... their especial comfort'and hag made his arrangements already received,'and respectfully informs V them the market may require, and. bavinj JlnDade ar- described.by surveyors belonging ttt.Saacaar,

by the Marshal of the Town, and the Marshal Mrs. Garrett, 2 children A. A. Nones St.Aug. to make all who may give him a call,comfortable that,:' by'the recently formed'association .with rangemetrtsin New York,tJMeri ean.b suppliedat and are. sold tot"*taxes-do-front!"-A')Taxat duO

shall give to each a certifiiato of Registry, and andservU, Charleston. J. H. M..Madison. Fla. and well cared for. : Mrs. Marlow, which gees. into operation oq the the shortest possible notice"' ... ,*' I I.Hides. th* State f 15. .'ft '..cR.i
OCKThe Tallahassee:Stage'Agency U'at this 1st of March, an additional number of pupils can ,Tallow; Beeswax,and Buck Borni;win V '" ;.. 1"- A-J. BRA K {!
each shall pay to the Marshal the sum of ten dollars MARINENEWS : House. !._ '. be received into the institution, to whom a faithful be. received exchange for goods.. '".* : .- Sberirau4 ex'off.Tax flecLor."t

and fifty cents, of which sum the Marshal 1 'SAMUELrBUFFItGTON'. end conscientious discharge of duty will. be Friends and customers are respectfully solicited .DOT" 27-Ids", -- ': -. ..
shall PORT OF J'ACKSONVIL'L'E. 'fArrIyeci. : cheerfully given by both the teachers. to call and examine this stock before j put chasing -
receire-fifty cents for each certificate for his March 18, iSSl.-fini.1 "PROPRIETOR.,.: Stat or Florid, "s
Mrs. MARLOW will devote particular attention elsewhere.. E..L..HARI f oRty.ffiuIval!
services and the balance to be paid into the PRESERVED' to the French Departnwntaswellasto usual : .- ..P.SANDERSON.. : 4 >rth A-F&l&na.). -

Treasury a contingeht fond. And that all female lane 2Scbr. M.H. ( bappell. Hand. Boston.. : English studies.,. J September 1.ItSt.' ttT t : n1 i K a .r''ot..
Fresh ClaiUs Lobsters Salmon.
; & : In 'F ,'. .
2.-Brig S. Ludwig, New York. 1J : .: .!
Hastings, ,
free negroes and mnlattoes between the P"1 Wrtar (eleven week*. X. f miJJ 'wa .
3.-Schr. Matilda Caton. Boston. THE subscriber on band,just received from ?- .. .D I Dissolution.. -..CoPartnerslUpyrTiHE 4
ages of 16 and 60 years shall in like manner pay a-Schr. Orion (Jran, Se" York. n; .a supply of.the above-named luxuries Orthography reading,.writing, and .Co-partnership;: heretofore TT appearing to*, Co'nrLby affidavit.thai'XJCcseph
to the Marshal in Cans put for keeping."They are arithmetic ,. f4 00 p. existing'be ... Falana, fire-dollars up -
and fifty cents, of 4.-Schr. JerseyOak, Rogers, N* LPu.icngerDavid perfectly -rf > { : : / JL. tween R. Boulter,,P. Moody/and H.E. W.
which earn the Marshal shall receive cents ?inner, Esq. -i f' fresh and will continue for a lone time in Grammar geography, and history, 600 CIarkennder the style of R.BOULTER fc CO. Bin, resides beyond thcjurlidktiaa of this Court
fifty for state of The branches of the h and out of the State of:Florida tat within the '
B.-Schr. RutfiSTbomas Perkins N Y.. a preservation being .herinetienlIysualed.They higher -_' -
is'this dissolved mutual
each ecrlifUate for his services, and the balanceto a-Schr. Ben Nevu Minor Boston. are an 'excellent article for family.use, being education,1 JT -J, a' t.' *t "" withdrawal,day. H. E.W._ ,Clarke consent,.' by. .th.* United States, IT is oaoKaxo, that publication '

be paid to the Treasurer. And any free negro Cleared a fine relish for a regular meal or for luncheon. Extra charges' for; Inftrnctida, in the French The.business will hereafter be-conducted/ by be mad. in some newepperonee-g-wvek-1r--tb6

or mulatto male female to 2.--&hr. Gen'W-orth.Phelps.Phila. They are;unseasoned .so that.seasoning can be language and drawing i ,'.' *. *' Messrs!Boulter and Moody under the and space Three M oaths, requiring' defendant ,
or refusing name "
comply 2-Schr. Hornet Small,.New York.. applied according td taste. For sale,'at 50 cents 1 he musical department of this Institution is of R. BOULTER CO.. to appear, plea4 te.flf answer taJd iBitt.Bf Cottft. "
with the above Ordinance ..haU'b6 Imprisoned 7.-Schr. Palos Bartlett do.. per can, by S..S. TYLER, under the charge of Mrs BUY AW, an accomplished style ,,,BOITLfER.. plaint,'on Monday,the second day Auynst ensoing :

not exceeding five days, or be whipped not exceeding 7.-Schr.; ConvertrownBoston. Monroe between Pine and Laura sts.'inay27 ., performer on the Harp,Piano Flrte,and Gni-. .fl Pi MOODY, .' the daW hereof or the said .ECU will be taken V
thirty-nine stripes, at the discretion of -3t. ,-,_- "' .J acklOnril1e. tar.- Pupib from the country can be accommodated : H..E.V CLARKE;h : pro-konfo6.against him,*and'such further
with': board in respectable. families,from V C' order given in.the premues as)to the Court: may:

the Intendent. James W. Bryant, I, ,.NEW. .',BAKERY. ... $12 tq15 per month/X t -' i-I'I.< "'Persons having'claims against the *bove firm; seem mtet., "
SEC. 2. Be it farther ordained. That it shall ''- > Feb.26-tf > to them for settlement,-and THOmS DOUG
ATTORNEY AMD CoI1NSELLOR.AT-Uw, Bread. Jb ies and, Cakes. o- -*- r are requested present 0 .
not be lawful for alave glares males females will when business his absence mHE co-partnership heretofore between those indebted threto are notified to make settle : Judge,&*.,**.,
any or or (except may require .existihg ?djS r'PubUe.Jr '
For 6aler-PjriTate; menL-- stAn O* atDil' '
. .
from the State) attend to,Professional Mye.rs and Coopman, in the.conduct :
.to hire themselves '
to .
any person persons 3,185i,. lnVJ .miy6 County DuVaLr'S
Circuit of the business been subscriber baring into M'ti'e .May .. ; p. .j' J'J.1s.UIou .
within in the Courts of the Eastern Baking ;;having dissolved :The entered ., V.,G& *,_tl kot th-C reniiCourt .
the limiti of the said Town, by the day, of Florida, and in the.Federal Court-. tot'the the subsciber Desires:to make DOW'D to the public engagement to locate in anher: '' ;T tP P 'Hiansing-Di ''- i of the Eastern Circuit of Florida for Duval-

week month or year under a penalty of thirty- Northern District of Florida. <, that he will hereafter carry on said business singly. (Hate,offers for sale, at reduced prices, abontJI* ,do hereby certify that the abvf Order "
nine stripes for each and every offence. BE WrLI. ALSO.ACT AS GET *" He baa made full preparations to supply the town Acres.of LAND in this vicinity,lying tin .- No.V 44' *Cotu1landl:tTeet; ;Torl. .opposite' a-true and..dir ct eo'jpy of the original no Woftl*'
and other purchasers with very excellent BREAD; Coy's Creek and extending on both aides of the :Itfo Merchant*Hotel. (
,, ,
SEC.3. And be it farther That Business inniy oe ,, .
the State respecting
ordained. any for general on PIES and CAKES; which be'it BO* delivering, Alligator,road-one mile, and two miles on the j Save hereunto? ''f i -iW >
wfisasor. set
mar WrraiaJ ,
donations of lands and the location '. Croton M&I1afacturing Cdmpll.Dy (dTgD- my.bnI
person or persons who shall hire uls1..e grants and regularly at the houses of eustdrdert. road it*eastern boundary within
or { being
King's .JL bell UDder the General abU Law iafid affixed th* Seal of said.Cduri,ttis lets
slaves without a specie written permit from his, or selling thereof" ., .j He'takes this opportunity of exprerthlg 'bin hilC.mil of the market bouse. .The buildings .oftb.6tate.of JfeW-York) offers at wholesale in day of ApriJ.. 1852." t<- apl.88 >-, _:
> thanks for the liberal evidences of encouragementwhich bat *fan vnfinished state, .
-ALSO 'AS AOXST on it are aae" mostlTl
her,or their owner or guardian,shall be fined not the he has already received,and,while respectfully and cost about $ ...'There are also 'Jra'.ii a quantities to suit purchasers MAvvacTuzna'wwzsiwcxsfot ; 'Po 4-': :;. V
fort.he collection i Of Claims i upon United lJunt approved credit / I
exceeding twenty dollars less continuance of the feel fruit trees; vii plumbs pea
or imprisoned not asking a same, warranted variety ytfnng of
for other services, pensions, of variety style and
than five days for each offence, at the discretion. States.famished Military volunteers and for bones-or in claiming 101'-the bread which,be effete apples,white walnuts, quinces (choice varieties,]) Paper Hanging; _every TestionIt1ai"auee1IirP3rfttIad4: ; _

of the Intendent. other 1)p property lost,for.which,the,.United .States qualities unsurpassed in ail the essentials which go figs & mappernong. grapes...' k'.e,:- Also- ', pri.DCWQers:. 'w t.'L&" '.. 1- _- ,: tl i ,The following certificate of theefSfacioM gal"' ;
Wmakethestaff of life.palatable-pure.- and two valoabU mineral tarings. -. Board Prints in great variety; ofthis Medicine jafroin '
,\ Fire ities a regviat phi. <
SEC. isji&be. -
4 Be
it farther ordained That any owner, .ForeIgn BuatneisIW..Bqym n- r- a1 wholesome. He will continue to uw the best flour, _i He will also tifto\nt big growing crop,con- Ttosparent Window Shades.Oil .- in Colambil eouatyt .t'j .
which with in the art of Baking" fiftetd acres of corn'four)of :
experience ot
guardian administrator'administratrix, executoror attend to the collection of Claims and other Pro? personal mUng"iD' : Painted Window ShadesV', ? Ern a-cMi& .
executrix, who shall permit their slave or slaves fessional Business,in England and ClD.t.h CoD ,Justifies;him'tin promising-his 'customers oats,) three' Vof PM"pbtatuu.7tlneeorh'lmdrtd with Wide Window Curtain Pipers, anS' E. EJV Febraary mllll"'m' :i.
lie V
rood Bread, : r .'< ? i .ellea bills, (fto rishing aid Window tihade Fixtures. .. U. '"
to go at large hiring their own time nent ofEurope.K1Darinh1s. families where within three hundred hills ; rOf --- 1)Ur5m'tJK.t.tI.
as aforesaid rtp 'icketifaruishedi and any Tount-lenidns,) otpumpkins latest finisbt all of their
within the liniitiofsal&t .D. shall be ( absence lou w, PEICZ, Esq.. the limits of the.town supplied at an sarIyhonrevery and mammoth squashes:aad "De'acre ingarden'vegetables the $ylee.n4 superior presented siac I saw.yeo U'wrtt*Jtrt as I prom : "

in punished ,wiUao&Inhs.tea4iaF1orid$, Pdco-r6 cents r I..?: *. ;; ? amonjC'them *Sn l'thousand'&bbap own mwiufactnre and importationAittteirstoek ; tied to doy in reference 16 yoir ladka taxecusti -' "_
the manner prescribed U section Si' _Address Jacksonville., East Florida.. _.._' ,?, -T .i. .il' vHE.iRY'COOPMAN.. plante-som of Uiem beading anel,.); islarg and: ntirerynew, .iayita "4m-il ; Below I sendytfa jsrjt certificate ctz: '::.

bEe. 6'B* It.farther wdained,1-That it shall : _may 27 .. rtiV'S;:'? peas D s7l>eet;>earrota;;: parsley 1eI beeIe.;r and Uocks.UerIA4dee.IerIinthflsieIjtd examine their styles:I!'prices; whenerer they II 'hU- V ,'.!PINa ao' .Cobi&eo.l.I. .

not be lawful for any slare or slaves to lire in' : JOHWOi HATELT, ."; ri.oacumberI'turnIps.enfi; 'leekftj BachaloU_ i'.A-VlF.ebu&rJ29thaS.-V '.
any ririt the eitv. :_: T.. ,_ Mr Elben rOlDletl sriii -
4 r % t
tst iisiIig1u41Ugenc u .
building within the,limits of,the Town unless :'l'.T.ORlEjY; A;. LLLW..i'OFFIC / k&cs _"Ii'' b: ot.iH; ; 1i1.1' Countrt MerebanWelisiId Ui tt- JtG -beV8itt.I harotaed throe bottle**jUli* In' 'V
:, '; ,The.Oam, "Adopted ;" a AIIC'a Brkk.t1zd, fii.h.eSDI/tlt ljIfl't'ttfltmopl&ing I bJjBJorniBgtiU: f:olock a the On
System *
said VERRY/
OOUNr8 Lu _
building be under the enclosure of his, her, .., i ; machines two''iroa tDiudeli4bl' % dian '
l g1 t
: ""r : 'sfoRiJ erQUl. of the bottle used a..o Ch Dr-
or their o.ei guardian .o other white couirrn-i i\h new 'l'ROVlst $ fifteen thousand to'twenty .11' 7.L..I J n..i A1iri1 was
S ,. _aome,' i .'cburitBiA \ ; i GaoCEaT& pum-&o4 an41Yoa New-Yor Mate1i'1.1. 8 sraterywhub had produced proTa. Apt Utokualthl V
person who ibsfl.b. for their -.ft the Snbscnber, in the city of:i' "l UtouiiDcl bricks:reeefltly barnt.tAtIOiI21tItI -
responsible. good 'thi Courts'bl.\ZUEaStETIi bl the wetuinV whkh had 1idIed i1I oCIM
WilZjffaduJn 'Ud ueh0J4ut.ic1.wt Gr 'Oh1onit
.. L ..ute few kitcbeii' ; .1.1 4.
,, J.cbouvm iobU .3'alIQW'
conduct under a penalty of a fin* not exceeding - "r4V ''4r.OnMotdaythe w remedies that had;b*.*ttafedraB4Vth"rwW 'kV
,JJiaritl.1._ fesepL.11. received and opened my rlarfo ':f,aeK' 1HneraIPatuW' :-'ii fcinal with .
I .t A f TILTING just not a fewi'THertsult WM curt ODe .
twenty dollars,or five'days imprisonment& at th* .. L tf.);:', ,&tEdnnmd U.,and elegant Stock ofGoods,'selected'witK Ut.h '41 lRl1J e .h t01rer.t. .oAAbmmIs: Machinery. Oil-pri TJftWU5U'V ; bottle. Your In4Ipn.OeUItJ ith most pod- ; '''

discretion of the ''latendent, for"'eaeff*Dd"erer1 : express reference to the demands"cT ttis Market: .IDJ DIOldor thibove propertv-,4P111 ;'tL *rlraU. U.>'5 ..3ii'' ;t A:1 I tire and certain e urTdr Dysenterf and Djarrhostt .t
offence. Whitney; :.**i i take pleasure in informing the&eitizeal-'tff. this ed oS PUBLlatsALI wirm intd Iota to suit? pui- .,2500 giUW*m i t5 u/.L tiistif.vfc- ofsiyrenisdytht1 h re.a*et learned-th&SJ* -V. VV:
and sarroanding that the1.rci'D* ,,Tht Jands wiB lit divided rio gSiiOa.barrels *'rt'.SDO ."
SEC. 6. B* it farther ,ordained That' U shall \ .rCoinn2lJ5i0Dedan: legally'qualified as place ready for sale, at remarbb1.low rates for CASH .ehaaern.'sTltles iznquestwablesiId; te "saoct'mmoddt.In boiled PainlTOa 69 eta per gaL of ,u-' ".. "ann "sac l"t3'L JL" ...

not be lawful for any rlave' britlaves, or ire .:Uemrcr' &jd ,Inspector .r..|*..r.t>r only LAn enumeration of multitudinous-article :,II tIn : ':; c! J.AU.f-N .q,0Q aflou a 4Ito,; '.viidG !i'doA 'N.: S i.D a 'r:,
-- ..v8vo T a c mtr B -?/> with fckh faay Store ta'G1JpUe4'iat4Mmt4 th.b CJto\h. lIIHIeri1IerJiEl variousBitts.- ei tf .yzr 1 'di&t 11 ,'i 4. P. w. c. :'
aegro or mulatto,10'keep a boarding, eatiagi 2Le.-b. found, when bie service asodMge4enInquiry ; anneeeasary(!ecfuo it to M'that I bawl 'every DON,Jaq.wiJ1 be &Ut1 tdiut fdrh1iUi;,' !'m'SuS'Xannert' iloustJi fad V ... ..-.1..V V '.. .V ,l ,'

or sleeping. bouM, witbln,the limiis'of sold towm "" "- at the Republican officar v>- thing,(saw ulry:goOdsd.sIro&ta'the 'way--of :; J.-ccfJ.'d-.IO&'S.BAKEB.- -';' :, TiSaWiet from. to> ntapJ gaLbp ,-, Ot .."'o.D--I srt ) ..';.
the t "jane 10 .. T.H-C .: a't lt :s*>eTOST b ,*feH.T.TIreS j2affi V*'Pd.,&I852. t': 4." = ; ;
under penalty .f fin*f.twenty doUainsiiaprisooment .F.miy5apHeLMIl .. : ., gallons,,inj casks ,vtrioas. slaM J- AfOToC"lj.. Confectioner- ; ,"
J&. F1a.t "eui2.4& ln'.n 141i1i.t. JH. r 2)to 69r
, not exceeding five days, or may be ; CantOnFIoorMatttn ; ; ., I q C Tacki nvfJlelr ..- ', ** .J ". ,'. ._ .. t ,11'i-- .ttt Medicin a acton em .Daalmi'f
mm1 A A? .
JB 4 o'
TN'Ih"II -
whipped for such violatIon not exceeding thirty- '. RECEIVED- and M White and ; :.ew; Goods if Jjew'Qodds .I ti: tics' TheRpubII1f&n& "GeOgisfl.".!STaflib&.sad **'H-'L"llDta-10Uma tallow&grea-%fDI 1'heTbe&tInI SToHet end Fancy Jrtfcfct."** ;y: : .

nine stripes, af, th.discretion of the latondeot* f Colored FLOOR MATTING'/aid'BOW of- net*? l .Co1ttier.Cbarltc D".S:(',art > idonw*. MAJk f..tr'ID- or 1U PBACTJ AJi"IJ'VUII." or C -i',' ,
for each and offene; fcred. wholeaal.junalO. .. aDd rot&i1.'.che&tor.caah 1tTI JAt,WHoleiale and u tedtq1Ihs aovi tArttinsb'ti011fUdtorward easks., of ay'ioonsis>en ql'eqw.i V.Le feftSim fe ver One Usadred R* ip ;tor'th -I.

every I : 'G. WUART "rjam RECEIVED; direct from New York, a their aceemnU,'on*or before the day t 1fJft1'ri .- t.. 3t: lilt of Drutalui2ATintbMsr1i. PertumerfvC ,..

SEC ? Be ft further rda" That ai lairs of j ,,8nif, .. ;.".JBay treet. 'P :Large. Assortment;of i Fashionable Spring sale]to ihfadvertlfttf for payment. v:_ .100 4UOtUP : Qcttft.-r. I. fectl puts Dress GeodaofFrenchjflriUsb ,,, ., DeaTeff IS Toilet by }
of lawanpngnaat the provisions o(this and ..AmerkaaMaaufactur .thdkwedeibxkatPv'hh a f
: fcsaw/JMUlsi;. *,eompritiag ia paris- I tfliicdiije1,, iUd Sheet;iroI a1 \ ..IUW2I&ft O4teLnot 0 1u .tb.we.atlr. HoiAca EvrartT. Gtadftate and Member of the : :.
Qrdiaaooe,1 be and the ass Is beb7s.: rrre..Okeuaar. ,\baring purchHsed : s.- ,.i > of Pbannacv in th tty or.fN-.1'.
;French oil-col d,G1nghsai'AmerIean do.- .a. itt HENRY. a. HOLI JLND; .: ofT;i O.Houtas ?-!French EngUsh,-sad American Priatif I\ ,:The undersigned is prepared sot : &JrIan --- ------- iL-- '0 r AW-Th.-eelebrated Recipe of Pr***$w*' ;

-., 'lateodent," -, if,. .riespeotfid1y.1form thesitiuns,otJaekpoavUte WJFarnitofO'ChintsVFig'd and Plain Lawns'. :t .kinds cfaTia,Copper::Sheet 1m& : r ( 4 .t i. lard,for making good Soap aT;ta'f'r' V
and rkUity. that lie is ready U eat bills aI'---. .. '. 4'' -nflufcWrI f light "I' ..'i "- > '. that wDwaa1 better and quicker w$4k' .
Attest f1 'i-"aDd t- : thait flit P'F'4r
Wfl34&NBL4IRcVAZD whit
.It :11' : \; -
at the lowest market .;. "t" WoAjsactiiM :
.of desoriptiea priceHoran's ; Po.:Jaokonetef Plain.and Fig'd BwW Mas* asntUd'TPth .1 JD oonstsay"t'upplie.ofthebds tba--anytfc r-

...i.,' ,' ''GlerkofCo, '. L'4W OJ-'T..IIUt". )UD 4eI1ftr1'.j iL oJ.ty.. .LEES;-: f.h9J:.' ;,id V'wit Jittfiif .SSaaktJ-)** ""_ ,.u_ ". 1* sfidSli = fdr lIou5escTia R'irin4 Mie.d'kuiseI.sat..fI11. .$, afl &lonelsworthJlJ't' <- tbjpeoflhsbook qeat-.t W. <:
.' j ,r-Cambrics and Jaekoneta pl&iaucl cheeked/' Zba" dnjiiI blade'Of work t.. ; any taml1 .
ORDRCnfifIrnoga. 'dreek.'JackJonnUej Jan 845LttJun10 ; I' i F.. Berages Silk.;'rich pat", appertniriaLgtO his use otbuziaouwhiohwi1l bdeecnte&with 44 1 'B. United Siaief aM.Canad*| I F : .
tion and Spread tf Conia wta end Infec.Be ., r '. ..CNews, -t InS.).._t .' ; ,-...t.4erm' .KS, t jlv' *1S5l5Mal :.j iromptansl saddeIPaLik.I ,: tler' .. "SWAt "&.. .i,:;"..r iF1tiM. L.'t'r. &fra. iaiSarta4Sreef! ; .. V
..r. f- i 'l' a J31a!k JSilk,Terr enespV Marselines s, i OJ-I tOrartiOIeS," or: aervices far: -Jga.-1lS-" Q .'J, tl'1f ,. evYcrk.iekIn V V :;
tiovi ii lel aleRts Coar '&aU.tVl.dda .atbuaI .r.:1t"-ntaa4FJo. I *+iiaz Jlf ,of every color, .be JIkOIDP'\Y a.t&eD4ed't4u.Jf'l ..JIrite.JO--'p'odOIot: t--
CIyudXaro Cdat,.. "aw4copbL I C1wl and embroidered :" w BOGAR'nr. 1".4v, : T.aD. 1Ii" -- ..'or: tothat zaonntw9 77 for OM JDW,.wkkh.wi* .
C TI $ plain '
I I Ji ,
it ordained .bytbiIntn4ODta4 Councilwof ''f' '. .Jtt' 1beta' .", .n\'r-'tiO.ia.1JaU it Uxe UniUd.StaUStaMenerf .'
lW b
Caek jrc : : ,CU *a,B1aek'aa4.r. LaceMlt*, MH.fi.Lf jM'VjjjPtB Bay M jOf ac VsI.Iaeg..4.saeouRteLVVVV
is taJTjm>f'rackf6nVf ,1UIbllsot : ,L.. \'lIt, _.In.. &Ur.Lllt.i.11 roe Do.-sDk cud Hale Gloves- ,t'",,.., "V,. ,,BMkseuersv Newspaper lAtenta,JM.endosur .
lob eo'f*# >. !" f lki Galtert." ; .uJo .r :.CO" 'M""S a cash'remitUne*:wul reffdf* ..c :.
be =
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or da1 '
.. :any CapUln .fb 1,, i e? :Sflt-" 't.ri.q )15tg4Xks A N : heeD established mn1T5rIw Ut4 ba : *. a .Vptfl5. "q.' 1--
*pencil Ja c'daarp rr" Io ; JL said b baa bt4 filed U tKe t j BEaK S1NGLE'fONC 'ffotTei.aoftIIW m et Ii6araettr' ".-"
bring la' WaV r"or"&beir fessei boat oi .ti1ss .f ,
. ujr; ne ; 54thg Bonnets 4' : :1"-
1 4eo1Ul1'U4':1t14.u: ;prdof ,thai the said 4t: or.g.; dati.co WIihIa Un id'mr.:
C&aae vbfl4tr.cgats Bo Deti ri1.p"'I1 tlLO-bOUt "ntl7.e&rI &frsgtnDeyj* a.pits4 ;
to b hrouht te'tk'TowJwksbavill 'John ; OI. .be.be.a .
r or ooaveyed{ fendant, Ctmaek residai beyoadla*limit
; I %rimied and of,14fashIOn-: ;1eiIoi..a four instance'fiven-stisa tfan. .,The Teas an warf i V *, aay'pnoa or prs* siiaviBt'aayotagioas'or : of thL 8tat. of FtoridaCl',-Sa ewbyordw*. I'II .m'fWlji t ranted ltoeandmaf be returned U&Ja.vdo viol :
infections diseas wife Cholera that said defendant do appear d pleadraaswer 'd'.P... .4bJi.I 1 :u. '. .. '.,, pTOtD bkMpoldbytbli Mi_ :TJie eu tr.s: 'compthezel41 V
ftBow **,tq_ W dentar to said bill; on or before'the ar..14"' 'r.tIt"oi j _f' Jt 'ltn.Ea911ir.co 4ousay_". 1 i4I2ib. "WOCaMSTttaud .

Fever"or fimia Pox, a&.psnattypt. flay November next.'On.'delanlt,of whJehth .and ) tn' .t. *cc;' ). Sf .,.i."fi, ., t"t." &ckafes'lIdIiI'ft t :! eestraei fb?whoh III .. j.'
tus tti Ntdo or fivedays IrnnrisoatMBt; said bill will be taken at eonfwed against biuu>': iJI.tPa414 ssaortffieiltk: t. l.4t'i! tf ..1Ieet..n.. V --
4-tkai this brdef snail H b .qzae "1'J'.. 11f -AW. N ot1Cel ;&* iilJliet '.' .
if' .. lor.MA every person so broigk&and>r each I nvid published i 'rIJ 'ItIO1.thmb *.** 4''PMiue foa--.trTilE'-: l keqertheTh .
.torellahitenDI '
printed la thaes ,8taU Florid .Co1l1itrvurc'huillftlpp1lt4 & ;
",. :< bull Dt1l'Jl'&pR' rof YrottzsoNOt.maa.br. &Wr.WrIe. i' -
1III."trtI v each. persoa so afected may Vemaia a.week rot the term of-tour months before equal t..1i.ork: I5Ltbe-OO5a111 iiablia ( .oeitabt fn 1IIIil' at. e'S

'< /f' 1 uu limits 4 the T*wa 'lprJM it be the.i1dM 4gsdq'ofNovemb4r .' i it as JO 1leiteto' e.U sid efle GOCJdIaact.J pri ssj 1tt.185IJ. ,... .. Si'l.wiif": bf1IfeIaM'

-:.: kniforAypnb&vIniuyi, katA4Aii Given isder ari&a4..4 a4tb..rf Chambv;" '. rick gsssBS .tt.J.j..w : .B:S" f4saasls:4Sa1t No5Swtt.n _... .._ _.. vs bS.... ,1L, fa'1 I:'
? I.'tai4' .ut :$. ."'''. ; ;: J., M v-ii4- .i
"! WlsfNIIonldIm. too toto-tii*'limitstif _'toJfW". .,oft' ..""' '. ...t "4 r r : _._.1-f_ __i fotbO hire tit a ees uigrf_t'ecIII4 J ;; ._..b.Oi' '

,: ILe leva ander fkelft pea '; rfi'ut t31-j ;'A'JHIL8; c.Q.al.i t.M tii '. Caliiflt*-.we..twrWhl6.Rfi1f.& pt'ttt' :. 1dO'a'A..c with 5ws1sigarrs'gtag ..J4iU.t.cbarjtt.QfJt .vthous\ .

... Bt -Ja1s& 4b5fl .; it tp-BbIs.. .per d ALCO ri ., ..v.flbIiihiL f-SfeassaftsteS fQf\II\\MJIii' >,..t.'.". t .".,! JaT.VI. :: V 'Ja V
M4" J.paeI wtor-L'!., 1' M0X4Yi
I' "t timES 0' & ,d, ;GORDON
Ifors.&Ld. That hereafUr, 'waeaever any v.ssl .. tJu. ". JlI -. .Jf. .t&1'IIiuJa.1rWoi1 .JJfJ ti, "t" : t ; 4iW
tt 'i .. J
0 hs4.srrtvgsi* .,1icIDI&711t..Tn3a. to ifaEljlt 'lJ" "' a.kJ"Q.1C', ,.'' 4 '.ctl _.. fJiuIlt' 1\w.
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MERCITANT8.- ; d-iM0Milt
ri 'Ja.kaeuviUe.DuvtCWIfRtIE.P.b7' : ,r.,..- -1851, -

: : : JeverMrt TiiUM ACT jmu% .**> ; .. bttt s:1a 4tt-# '
J otiwrvttn .
;i it -
SeeretAr ?
r SJrtrHim eMirtlrr8oW L
StJBSCRlBERS have c&terei into coJL" x
er partnersbrp'for'the'pnepose'"carrying on Attorney femwolleViaOHN'-BEARD.-General .4< asked or communicated InWrttIng, or ** niszks plain*i tha k4 to-y<*fot-IMDLtlTLOXJZL
the '. o je1gnsentbynielIJtb4t i rates-autfOMaunteUribaUbe U5Tl"4 the bs.Ubcve -
na.rgIboPiipe above>business,-and are prepared to nake Treasre *ILLIAMAW&.fl.t eves
fr charted *nd foe jfrayladditlonal
& ?
: % torw:i ot pftd! >fore the explraLIonftbTTeC1Ted ales either1 .ionsignmontez4tactIoflbne of: R gistttLils1bAVID SWAtKE i h alf the
the the-firm :
flrai aii.auctioneer.isBotli Of '
S1 $!well being icquanted with!the merchantsandv titi- tierk*i -..p i! o BATWARD.. weight_ .eYiacthtiUblelWjtaditional. single -.. ,-_ -_- _'t-t-0$ sndr 5- r j jw>. ... .: s GEORGE COULTER /
A i.
jjj pICIABYjfy ** ?* *HM -T J v'f f H '
Adv rtlseiaenti will be tose Pd*t tht foUnm"g tens bf the interior.which gives them the''advan -io- t1 g' I .at!; -- : .-TOIIEIUBLIOE a:5 TpE4 P.mnittiEsq.: .

; Dollar (twelve lines)for t age of making ready sales of any goode wmer; ,4 et pYCflcPWt JUdC$'.f.: ftv.Jl .n
alCsrOne W
f equarr ohandiri-wblcB may be seat to them coasign. u+, rt -. 1'-3 E 1-' Rttaentt, ;; Having fot ueteraWyears ;dvteaI'in6Cli, ', i
r-FiiftCentstotWfy l* : Augna7s7!,
the first,aadSeTen z ent." -; : PensacolaHonA. a-- t imetothe examination collection of the 4

-:4!.' quent Lnh rioni T*:yearly AdvHisert 1tliberaldueottiltwUltr.madflf ..mey win give thelrsttentiatt to: -.-,, _--r G.semmeIqd.:4.5aoeIatL Vt Apelach'slioM _,. t' Sij vrio medicinal plants coots sod herbs pe Diav Sir wIflinfonayoe that
All ttansjei $* &* aid immediate*alesi'wonldrespectfully so. 4hompo I 2 I Tal'1iu'e2tti. : of 1 chil emwer.Iangeroulj WWIth the
: $ culiar Ylofida the rietr
rit l licit patronage from merchant and tradesmen of .+ ... .f (HJfeJMiddle" topeninsuinr $exyorDisrrhtaa, for abousix: weeka
; .. toentsn9 baring anaming account other cities who wish to iseilgoeda inooritfket. Weitsm- HOflGIPAYSXhhIflI Ajslaeb. t. S -. t his med cmfthw acquired akr wW irl this a lmost everything that generally ii use4 for t

I; with ''Aav buiiess in thek line viU be promptly. >" -1 3EWA71IBakerTal'hAs'* ranch'wbich! b.rarelyiobtairrtdsbyf those d IeR but auto nO dcL A.Mendf mtn soomijended -

'41; cation. .f ." ? "MPetwmsftfa t*ndedt. -* t, 1 wt-::: iv i SH Eastern* K ThomasDougIasifr- Jaeks'vll* ---- --------' -zotL'.----.,-.i -- 0rtv1 whose object alone 15 botaoical discorwj and e me L' .
I *
3 Jos. Lancaster
B. FproearedIt.
4e;,: < dtitanct ci goverft'their ittoIiogrtes r.A: ._
tanccs fir advertising,!) i\ IV ''ReedV-Fernande/ Samuel &Stepbens-SoPr mr.rtf*.,H,' .ainey'- 7ftP.Cts..cts.. cts. cu.r 1prsctarI-he .pas hadno .of nur children-hoping your. valuable MedUal

: One square (twelve I5ncs) puWlshcd'six mbnthi0V. It Co. R4Bonlter& Cp.i Samuel Willams, Atsop John P..S&ndrson, Sol'r E.Clr.i iiacks'ifl'Os5ituBu&rtj8ol'r.Cir Wolgblng A tbqught ot.compoundi.ng a.botanical remedy may become WMrally known, thatafl IbM ae

: 'o"" flOOO &'Bours, JtfcksonvilloV Boston& Gunby;J A La* ; .t LWet1i : zlerat- : 3Ot1Gt 5' )iimseiitjus laoors'.baying ..Been directed, tobeftljirig be afflicted with>thi, disease mar here vcwua
> ,
; ; roche,'E M Moore &Co,', cSeabom;Goodall, Saf -. Oven oEsnd not ove I o%& .. 6iI 20: or orders from abroad. and sets remedy; LYOnrstr1y1 -- N
: Two for sit ttbilhs1 15 00 .tf.i f" .. ; .T-a ro '
r:4if squares, yinnah- 1. : ; il0c'c tjtftyoFrICRSi ; Over 1 oa and- not over oi- 18 3Y : -
Business'Cards 10 00 Over ?4 4G "Tbe.ihahrierln which, he Jias been Jedj to .ToEPt
1 Legal and other per anT .LGiN-c TY.- .- of probatet secOnd 1 ;
tFrt nmeJndge Ovr2o : andnot'over2io ; 15 G50 75.SVnni placet:himself; Ibispr5eitfOfl4w& 'positTpn".is
Notices to debtors and creditors. -". JT.OO"A FOR ,,1fTh1s: 4TiV4SIH>ONtk thtdn&me 51ezIfffourth name -
of, ct. Court;' Uxt'ie' .Q1 it.hiu i a :. : A personal friend afflicteilSvithn1" Jacueith.z-Jimj3O,1

lication for letters of administration, 6"00.Notice :/ WUIiafltE.-Ke na gh, t (whenver.1t an&Collector.3.occurs;as .., Single{rate,'above--: . 5 W 10 15 ?rjrf bating fa>led of'obtaiiiirig .relief DearSirt Ibire.tried you*ray Valuable'M

'. .Application fut dismissal a AdminwVot NEAR WlLLAED'S HOTEL, PEMMSTLVAKIA AVESPE, Assessor 'iFSs'iJ.-; ; Over | os7 and'-nOt Over 1 os..JO.gO.2080. fromthere1ir fa addressed dne for:Dianhoe and find itbr for.the best an*
} ; one day
Over 15,0030 45 uty eaTest this
frLor $l0 Q Continues to give his'prompt attention to the ar oirwdnoroyer eu e fpj 'dangerous diseasr that I ban
z of claims be rftL.ong gS&.teajaKSA.Jja2SS: Over 1 J oi:and not over 2 0 .'2040 40 60 tix ihus-"I1&said tbaVeverjr'soil' ever>nbwa or heard of. My little daughter,
5 K
of candidates for office; ( rangement and prosecution s.gej
a.nnaUncrnflnt ?.1'er 2**. and not over 2J cc. 25 50 BO 75 cIim rrodnce8"an. vpeicalfar about.two Yean,'bad *ufiered-long'and. .
..No announcement will beroade] unless the"same *8 6rauyof: the:ExeoutivertDepartmenM rClaims "- -, i_ 'I: FtL; j jj,,,,, .: .x Q ;f t. antidote'forydiseases deeed-t01&lmo.ta. skeleton wur
-' arising from the B evolutiOnftr7,":Florida! '.' Y.DeL4ru'M Z after'tieSOta JUM the ) to the locality; :if 'flpycni, withyonrknowledge' ;andI. tried partof
toTn.-Froza ; 1851, a Bojtl* of INDIAN.LOXECUST '.
with the amount charged. !
rt H accompanied : or.Mexican wars;.Invalid,.Revolutionary;Half: Santa Rosa'John Chain11- Milton.I nOde of computing the rater Bponinhad letters I of ther field and wo d,- most it has aeted like a charm. the-.ehfld fa aoJ
sow im
benefit'wfll be (I -
Editorial notices for private pay< orWidows'PensionsNaYlOr Army:p '- -1.e.letters from pite office within"the ;JJnited I of'something.to relieve me.w> '> '-' proving and may bo seen fey those who do
a not befceve.
barged double the rate of advertising. Bounty Land or I Scrip, .under law .of Feb. 11, 4' Isilah Cobb/Jr,* '4 rWfcttojf.r State'or Territorier to another,'end'auo''upon II K'ThetepIf that be- was L '- -< *' -' Respectfully, -
1847 10 i843 of Pay an( Daniel McLeod i UcheannaRobt. wasj acquainted -L
notices will]L or August : Arrearages I letters between the United States and the'BritUh -"> *
tr 1teliziou'bIt1L.i7,and Marriage Mileage due returning Qolunteers;,,claims To]F. & -Aagns I). MoKimoa North American provinces to bets follows,to: with the properties of some plants'and roots i To E. Poiasdtt, Esq; A.y.Ci .
: t be-published gratis. Horses lost and other.Property destroyeditExP 'I r Wfl W1. MOCOUWfl'. r wit t'Single rate, if Bot exceeding 1a1aa onnce- :; which lie believed would barerth&desiredeffect

Communication*must ,post paid. (,& sincurrod by.Volunteers before beingmns* Bolme* '. bnci haterCerro Gorda double raTle; if exceeding half an ounce, but,,aot .and animated wth'friendship'he set i7 ;FJa.,July*!,185L
into service Waggon-mas- -: '1' .MirtId W. BrOt$ z! :. A. z "
bred and received j : exceeding an ounce j'treDla'rfttei flsis&iriThii Is
ITiexccedinganonnce ; tC
I about the of medicine eItI&tbe1 two Bottle if
preparation. a *
'ii?' -j'i. :
sailors RGolden :
S ter and.Teamsters. cIaimaI.M&iflea', .'4) v i A but not' '
exceeding.aa ounce nd a ba1f roar Medicine called "INDIAN *
; &o. L'L: .- j Orange Hffl ; The material,was -gathered his -LOXECUST
P. Sanderson &CJ Jfc. -.-.-.- Washington i and so'on.charging&a"additional rate for ;by- has permanently cured two of
every o rr Negroes,of a M.
having aU the forms necessary for a proper zV Norman'A.Campbell* additional half ounce or fraction of half ounce. own hands and then carefully compounded.It Ten Diarrhoea..:1 take pleasure

1TTORNET ANtI COUNSELLOR AT LAW, presentation-of.claims, together with .the rule I JohnATabor' V / Ihe mode of pntingTatesnpon..letter .was completely successful- the enrewasefiected. your Yaluable Medicine-a> being without recommending dooM
4! removed his offio? from Columbia and regulations governing.t different Depart Jackson- Fred'k R. PitUnan. r Great Britain-and to all-other foreign-countries, ._ The fame'of, this cure repreaJiing; one of the best and safest remedies for this dTsean
1ta HAVING to JacksonsUle, Duval County,, nents, he is prepared to undertake all claims, o f "4' i 4$ 1; the British North American;province-exeepted, ; friends induced that I hare beard of or seen. Yours trul .' '

J respectfully informs bis.friends that he will con: rhat kind soeyer-that may require the service U James Griffin will remain.as at, present,under the, act of,3d among a circle.' of frequent W;O--MclNTY.

i tnne the practice Of bis profession, as formerly. efan Agency at this place. '4 i Calvin Stephens* March'I849, and agreeably to InstructiOns appended applications for the'medicineVuntil to avoid ;' TaE. Poinwtt, Ewj.: -i :--
Evans '
l' 'H triU'attend' at'Cach and..every Term'o.he P Particular attention given to the"proper'*" "settle" CalhounIt.13" > ; Blountstown<4 to the table-of''foreign postages; -M "- 1h W trouble(of making "-&,"$ttpniio& Aa n I ;

: he Circuit Court"in the several Counties o me'rit of Quartermasters'acc6nnts. .. .I "' flenJ.LPikeiThos.J.. Land* ftGadsdcn .,- -;.; L ..B DIRECTIONS *: T,*<-V tithe,;a q'dantity was made jap and; kept ori I JicrsqmLLEJimo 9th;TSSlJ'Dcaif ; '
Charges moderate, and regulated amoun ': ito Sin I bare.'nsed yottfTlridtan Loxecw'
$ } the Eastern JudJcisil Circuit, the County o.r .t 1st. Every letter or.parcel,not exceeding half hand without :
T. to
Arch'd Bennett give' af'thoagnt'of
Franklin ApalaehioolaJ awayV
Hamilton in"tho"'Middle' Circuit,"the 5oprcme claimed, and the extent ct services reqtilred.MAU < in:my famfly, and bare found it a Terr rahubU!
in shall
an be
ounce weight;
deemed lettej
4a single r
5am'lW.Spencer- More' tban
Insertion remaneration.
eomtnunicationsto Insure ; mnsbe < accepting a one for Diarrhoea. J-
Court at Tallahassee, and the U. S. Court at St.Augustine. rater1 > -"- '--- -- -- ---- remedy take great pleasure U -
or ; 1 .
kt 1 /
p All business entrusted to his care; post pn 2d.'All''drop-letters,''or letters -placed in any hundred erires were effected.4- At-'length, by recommending it to the public. ;, -
Middle Circuit.
will rccoie prompt attention. AMERICAN AND FOREIGN F Edward C. Love post office: not for. transmission,.but for'delivery the ad vice of frIends, and tired of the inroads r :HespectfuUy, J.E.TOWNSEND" -

'? Address-J. P.-- '.SANDEBSOK, JacktonvtUtDuval I AGEN0Y 44 Robt C Lester Qnlncy only, shall,be charged with postage at the, rate of: made upon his time and puree,he determined I EgberPoinset. j-T

; : Jacksonville County,Jan.jortda.1i 17.1S50.. .tfHcQueenMclntosh 4' Samuel LLoyd 44y**'-- one- cent eaeh.---------- [ '. IcY mannfacture medicine for f sale, con* ,, jACisosyttus,E. Fla., Maj 17,1851

CITY OF WASHINGTON, (4Leon Hugh O. McLean <\ tion-SdEaeh for the deput'postmaster'whosecompensa last fiscal scions thatwhat had proved a blessing tfi-afevconld 'Dear Sin This may certify to yon that J had a

UNDER the direction of AARON HAIGHT: David W. Gwynn .TaHahasaee June ,did not preceding year(ending the80th not lose litst virtue* froni being"offered negro girl suffering under a severe attack of Di-
of New York ) exceed$200maysend through ; asthma IbM the
; 'WORTH- Oscar A. Myert' 41 ,and use of one bottle
: N: A TTOKNEY AT LA ir, INGTON GARRETTSON SNETHEN of New 44H : Haley ?. Blocker'c the mail all letters written by- himself and're to the many, or from;having.-its mer? preparation called."Indian Loxeenst"effectually of your

WILL attend the Circuit Courts in the Eastern Orleans, Attorneys and Counsellors of the.Sn- 4, John H. Rhodes 41Newporl c ceive through the mail all written communications cantile price*instead of being gratuitous.* A cured her, and I'would take this method of re
- : Cirpuit; the United States District Court at St promo Court of the United'.States. Waknlla Wm. J. Council t shall addressed to himself,on hiapnvate trutinui,which This, then, is the origin of- commending it as a very valuableMedicine..' -

: Augustine; the Supreme Court at Tallahassee:; This establishment is formed for the following 44 Wm; W. Mound '- 4 not. exceed in weight one half ounce, free ofpostage. POIMSETT'S InDIAN-LOXECUST.ap Yours lrulyr JOHN BRANTLEY.
does not authorize them
to frank
? and prosecute Claims for citizens in any part ci:r objects: 44 Abijah Hall 44 : .Wr.;Egbert Poinsett.,
? letters unless written-by themselves and He does not enter the fielJ as a competitor
1. For law in the 44Jefferson any on
Florida against the Government at Washington practicing Supreme Court o!f Alfonso R. Combs 44Monticell '
, either before Congress or at the Departments. I the United States, and conducting professional 1 Thomas.1. Chace 0 their private business only; not does it' authorize for public favor in the!ranks of Quackery JACISOimLLEJU1y26 1851.

_i tn ADDRESS, Jacksonville, East Florida. business before Congress. 44 Craven G. Fife $ them written to communications receive free, of addressed postage-any to-themselves thing but He has'no dreams .bnildingrt applehdid Dear Sir i Sometime since I was attacked With

g1t2.1850 if 1 f.nrnag.ntnn yi1 r *Hin I .44 Daniel T. Lenixo "' and on their,private business. -"; fortune from pills and'potions. Yet be dpe q a severe Diarrhoja so severe that I could not at
law or equity, against, the United States before 44Madison. John Woote* U be 'disinterested. tend to my business. I was recommended to ttv
JOHN EIISK1NE, Congress or the. executive Departments, or Alex'r McDonald Court-house : not profe'as to .'philanthropist I your "INDIAN LOXECUST.? I procured on

l gain5t'foreign Governments before Boards of -44 SarnLR. Sessions JfanpaperRattt'pef' yuarteriehen'"sent from as.to offer his medicine for the pub Bottle of it. At the same time'two members oi

. ,. (LATE OF QCINCT, CADSDEN COUNTY,) Commissioners., : 44 John H. Patterson the cffite of publication-" -,to actual"'" and bpna.Jtde lic''good alone.1 He wished and hopes tore my family were'afflicted with the'same .disease}

':. Attorney at Law, 3 For the settlement of accounts*s with the; 44 Robert McKinney tubp.ribert From after'the.80th: -of- June:1831--for each alize a fair return for his labor, arid' the expense We an used the-'medicinefroth the oner Bottle,

? State Treasury, War; Navy; Post Office, and Hamilton Henry J. Stewart, Jasper and 1 am now happy to inform yon that it'cared
.::4 *:, Halocated tn Jacksonville, and win attend the newspaper notnexeeeding three ounces-weight; to which he has been ''subjected, q e
Interior Departments; apd obtaining .,: .- Circuit Courts in all the counties in the Eastern of fines,penalties, and forfeitures'for alleged- (4 Wm.J.-J.-Duncan the annexed rates per quarter are to be paid quarterly offers no:univerral'remedy for the ills'thatflesh'is from the use of only one Bottle of.your'Valuable hearty

and Middle Judicial Circuits, the Supreme Court violations of the revenue, post.-office, or, other 44Columbia Jeremiah B. Smith ." in adrance. These rates only apply-where 'h.ir"to," b simply'claims! to havediscovered'a Medicine. Yours truly
the is sent from the office of
of the State,and the United States District Court taper publication 1 t'I TDldTHY
: l aws. Eastern Circuit.Geb. remedy in the vegetable king HARRIS.
actual and fide subscribers.
the Northern District Florida. -
for of
. 4. For securing letters for inventions <>To Ei Poinsett,Esq.
patent S.Herbert dom bra
A1fl .tor certain, kind. Tjf -disease firmly
Hit time it devoted exclusively to the Ltftalpro from the United States or from ? : ;
foreign .Govern* 44Alachna S.: Scarborough :' ,- : believing that when be it will MandarinFla; Oct. I
fession. ments, and procuring land warrants and 1 uwAUIth says 'core, be I85L
i 44
; CO-Office in the basement under the pensions A. .3. T. Wnght :. Dear Sir-Some time since I was visit
but on
RepubUtan" under the various pension .laws of the United 4I Lawrence K. Micklcr ." - 1. i ; : speaks what the name of that medicine note

:! _printing_ office._ _ly _may 20_v States. "" ,. A. M. Caston NewnansvQleT1 ] purports id the Seminole dialect-TBE TKUTH your Yonr placeandtwas Indian Loxecnst suddenly.taken was recommended.very sick.The
5. For collections generally, embracing debts, "- Saml Russell. ... : 0 .-t
friend that I
OSCAR 5., j. a was visiting happened to have a hot-
HART, l legacies,, and inheritances, in the United States 4' t- '.
l Chas L. Wilson t"i a o 4 U tie of it in the house and I used,and LskepIe&

and foreign conntrie ,
- ATTORNEY KAW. Duval Felix Livingston "JacksonvilleMandarin 'OIsEits II111N sure in informing you that it cured me,, I
6.-For the and sale am
Office the Second purchase of lands in of 4. Isidore V Garnie "1 -
upon floor at the Court-house, : '- : averse to
.4 the States or Territories of the Union, and loan 'I. Gco. H. Smith I' Cts.CU.Cts.Cts.Cts.Cts. :' having my name in print,but ttiB,for

1 WILL; practice Foreyth in the .street several counties of the ing money on mortgage of real estate lying MNassau Uriah Bowden Over Not over 60 50 and miles not over 25 15 10 5 2KU- : THE MOST.CERTAIN AND SAFE publish the benefit this of if those yon think that may it necessary.be afflicted,yoa can

. therein. .
Eastern Circuit of Florida and attend the REMEDY FOR THE CURE OF
300 miles 5:3210.5: ; with respectSUSANNAH,
7. investment 2)I
collection of claims of funds in United States C. C. Bessent Woodstock Mill
against the United State*for .
Over 300 HARTLEY.
not 1000
.q : Military lost services, and for Horses lost, or.other and dends State thereon stocks, and and, generally loans,collection for the of transaction the divi U- A.J. Braddock '4St.Jobn's miles over, '7545-30 15 7i 3 ''I CHRONIC DIARRHCEA- Dr E- Poinsett, Jacksonville.- Fla. .

: ., .. property destroyed by troops in said service. Gad Humphreys St.Augustino Over 1000 not over2000 -
ft Also, claims for pensions of disabled soldiers of all business pertaining to a law, loan, and Peter B. TJumas ." AND Gravelly Hill, OcU2O,I8SL ;.
,or miles *v> 100 60 40 20 10 5- Dear Sir: Your Indian
: be widows banking agency. << Loxecnst a good med
:) and of Raphael B.Canova
orphans deceased
soldiers. All communications Over 2000,not over 4000 : -> J icine. Some time since I
addressed DYSENTERYWhich bottle from
Also claims postpaid,' to Putnam; H.ll a
for Blanchard Palatks
diers bounty to officer and sol Messrs. Palmer & Snethen. American and For mile* -. r 125 75 60 25 124 6i IA M. Reed.Ees.vnura..mt..anti rim it t tmer

;: ficer*,and and soldiers.the widows and orphan* deceased of eign Agency, city of Washington, will receive -- "'ic- Stanislaus Robert T-Boyd Glinskl. .,f'- Over 4000 miles 150 90 60i ri5_--7j has ever been presented to the public.- of my negroes that had suffered jery mnch.;froa;
.Ii Also, will give hi* attention to conveyancing, prompt and faithful PALMER attent'on.& ., Orange, William Campbell EbterpnseMellonville -. 1' DIRECTIONS It 6tand upoi its own uierits, and needs no afterwards a severe attack I had of another Dysentery.- cured him. Sooa,
StfETHEN attacked with the.
to claims examing to lands.title and records,'and ascertaIning Office No.5 Carroll Place, Capitol HilL, (4Marion 0 .Elijah Henry A.Watson Crane* .;jit. Be> *c/yrwhea5 sent as'abjve p ffin 'ze' ITHA3RoT; TAlLIWfO CV1E same disease- purchased negro another bottle, and ft'
stated,are to be delivered free in the
44Ocal- county where cured him alao. "" .
All JnlyS. lawtf. IX A SINGLI SANC&TIIHIS ; .__
business John M. Melntoib s
entrusted to bun win .
meet with they are published;-and this-although;conveyed I do not hesitate a moment in
prompt attention and all instruments of 4' Robert Bullock -. in the mail 50 miles. recommending,
; writing Bounty Land and General over Valuable pfeparsiiott7 Is Tebmponnded your Indian Loxecnst to"the
will be Agency S.E.HeIvesetoa.-'Fluemin1Lfl public, as being the.
,4 executed by him with neatness and de- '4 2d. Newspapers contain-lg nOt over 300 square JL.from several medicinal roots growing in-the most certain remedy for Dysentery that I hew*
spatch.Jacksonville. Washington, D.
tN .Jan. 23.1851. tf JOSEPH T. WALKER, will give prompt -Southernri-cdt.- rates" ', -- "=- ". -- ji Vegetable, and designed ESPECIALLY for the cure publish. thia. 1.joasee ours truly proper.-,yfuea. *-

6 $ attention to the BOUNTY HiUsboro' Simon Turmaa Tampa 3d. Publishers of newspapers jare allowed to exchange of the above disease' The Inventor and Proprietor rrr- MILES PRICE.-- \

} Joseph 8, Baker EI. D, LAND CLAIMS of officers and Soldiers engaged Martin Cunningham>n -'* free of postage,one copy of each number -is.folly convinced that'it:: I*,an invaluable :Dr H PoiisettJacksini'ville.Jacksonn1laF1&.

PRACTITIONER OF MEDICINE, MID in the Fz..ouimtiVAu,, or in either of {be LIDIAN BenjjJ.Hagle -r .. only; said this- privilege 'extends to"'newspapers Medicine. 'In fact the test that >e has given,it

WIFERY AND SURGERY. WARS in which the U. States have been $ Hernando'. EliasG.:Knight Spring HiU published' in Canada \; in the town in which he resides, and the aston Sept.25,1831... .
Office on the comer of Market engaged $ 1 Maloomb C. Peterson -" 4th. The weight of "must .DrEPefns tt-SirMTiisis to T
'andJForsyth or the War with Great.Britain of 1812-to newspapers be taken ishing anccea with which it has met, warrants certifythat
Streets, opposite the Court Howe. claims on the U.States for MILITARY SERVICES 't Nathsd'l M Moody ur.4d or determined when they are in a dry state.! him in caving that it- is' a PO3ITIVE"CURE. have been permanently enreof a severe Diarrhea

I1 JACKSONVILLE FLA. BOTFLIES, FEKSIOR9'L08T PROPERTY, &C.i and 'Etekiel 72 Seph' .,. .Cth Postmasters ; not 'entitled'to receive He has. therefore come- to he"determination to by.the use of your most valuable-medicine ealleft-
Cct-M, any description of business requiring on Agent'or Monroe --Benjamin'Sawyer 'Key West" newspaper free of' postage under their franking place within the reach oFBl, knowing how many Indian Loxecust, after suffering for more than 11,
tf. a' James M. BraceWell "- prlvilege I- ; -. months with that '
Attorney at Washington.- i T5th. suffer with'this very unpleasant and often dangerous distressing disease. I take plea
procuring Land '-
t: J.-QcRobert Baker. Warrants, his charge will be $,5.' In other cases iaa' Robt.Clarke 1* Payment in advance''does not entitle'tbi Disease, particularly in the Southern and sure in recommending your-most"valuable medi

4 ATTORNEY4 the charge will be proportioned to the nature and ', 'JohnBOy1f'1. party pay ing' :to any'deduction.from'the' ;above Wester*States.;' "* '.';""- clue-ta all similarly afflicted.. x
AT LA IV rate *
: T/ In porchasing "Indian' 1 remain yours truly
of < I
difficulty the case. < r my rteeu V be >
JACKSONVILLE, E. FLA.. '*And ex officlo Tax Assessor and Collector /.JOHNSON
He will also act in connection particular and look for ny-writ/ensiniature A. ;
A.to Commissioner Deeds for the following Attorneys in Florida,'who may wityi be employed Agents or in Rate of Postage to be charged vpon .aS transient the labels *..' a* -1 'on x Formerly of:Jacksonville,N.C'

Maine States of the Union : Bounty Land and other claims, on terms which Newspapers and every other jtexript ion of.Prin -I referthe-publie-below to s few eertlflcater se ,- .-- '

, : ; Delaware, Georgia, may be agreed upon. ,Letters .[which'should be ted Matter, except Newtyapen aid Periodical, lected from among -man*deceived. -from respecta ,
Vermont, Maryland, Alabama, post paid] will receive immediate attention.. publiihtd'at tntertatr not exceeding three month ble citizens. 'Jacksonville.. '-- Dear Sir: One Bottle of your Loxecuat has completely

Massachusetts, Virginia, Miuissipn June 5.-' : '., 1 ..IawtL.i TCURElNPEAitL STREET and Fleteber and tent'.from tkioffict of publication todetval' ; .4 --;-- EGBEflT'POINSErr.- eared oneof mr 'men of a long rtandiiif,
, York, North Carolina, Texa JC Street1Vew.YorkTbree Store and their and bonafdetubtcnbert. ; *v 'r' i "J j "_' 3 ''' i' i .., ohetinateDi&rrbm&-Frern its complete and e r-f
i: Pennsylvania, South Carolina. .. JDOLLNEJl & POTTER contents destroyed. Deeds t>efore words P. S. Planters should not be without this valuable lain efSescy where all other medicines had faOed

: 81-52-tf_. General .Commission ; TUICU'd SAVBS AOAIrTTI Medicine Every family.ought.to<.keep it I take pleasure in recommending it .as ,a'most..
ELEVEN SAFES of different ersconsniJwftbtheitcontentstThe NOTE.-For?each onhand.---------) .. .. valuable medkine.1- -Y unr&e., .- l '*
:B. M. PEAKSON 154 Front'Street;?Corner;:DIalden--Lane, additional A. M. REED "
ounce principal
Safe made by.Rich& >or --' 'Agent Jaeksooville. wT >T.E H .
. ATTORNEY AT LAW. tJp'Stalre, NewYorkf s-f *rWILL Co;defied the flame and brought out its contents fraction of an-ounce, fc'.- Dr. E. Poinsett.S3

-;. HAS removed to Jacksonville, Florida, and ; attend promptly to all business'entrustedto without a mark of fire-upon them IMB. beyond the ten ounces -- Si ; 1

:7. will practice in the Eastern and Southern Cir- their care. Particular attention given to the I in this table, an ad .1 1 i TESTIMONIALS s : --- .- JccksenNov.12,185L.
cults the sale of Cotton, Lumber,Timber and Turpentine : GlCfcERT'S ETTPER. ditional ; : .:: .t'Mr
. Supreme Court of the State, and In ; rato will be s t- *B.Poinsett-Deu Sirs I take pleasure to!
the U. District Court for the Northern District also to the purchase of goods. THE FIRE FLETCHER: AND PEARL STS., NT. charged.,_ : -> 'oQ :V c*> Vt ot w expressing to you my approbation of India
., of Florida._ Feb. 19, 1832.-tf. CO-Llberal February advancement made on consignments ,..,t. i. ., 'T_ -i 5W YORE, Dec. 20,1851.l.l, -I 47 (49 %4 O' 'Slir--f.b O ttfo SEVEN. CASES,CURED!!! Lpxieust as'a family medicine I have used it,
1852..1y..-.- Messrs. STEARHS and'3/AXVji, to C. 55 with -
: successors 'Ok'- O'Jfo'O- J good success. Yours regpectrollra
HOPKINS- BRAHA3I, J -RICH & Co., No.146 Water Street,New i'prk. .. -- -: 1.- 'c :-CfcCts.. zx MIEzCzmFLxDel. 9,186L ; ; ;!
Attorney**'** Law i3 JOSEPH GRIOE / SIRS when the fire CtsiCts.;: Mr-1o1nsett, .
. > __ wo consuming.;place, of One of. rnnderOverlosnotover2os ,
. OFFICE' at PALATKA,* K.'VIa. Pearl 'Sis s For the benefit of the ii Jacksonville,NOT;17.ISStf
+ ? General Commission Merchant BnsinessiNo. 216,> Street,l.waa absent in : J2'4'' 16*' afflicted'you can
WILL practice in the Eastern Circuit 'Business. I 36 WATER.,ST., NEW:.YORK., ?; Rensslaer County, testing a newt clesnIngspp& I 4 ". *"* *Jei'S 6 '9 12I5 publish the following have had sevencoser..of Mr. Poinsett This win inform'you-that fol'

entrusted(o their care will be promptly attended STRICT and prompt attention given to thss&1eo1 r rains in connection with my Excelsior Thrasher, _-4r :,0 t
to. February, I852..tf: ; all articles of produce entrusted te his \ and did not read the account until I was fearful it ? .' 4" 1i(. 5 .( '5".10- which have been cured by the use of.'yoofYniost times from Chrouio Diarrhoea. I have tried your,

OOSavannah Jl
tend- their bill to this office.. ap29-tf *-" .. .y .... ,. in one of your aafes. purchased from Mr. .Marvin la tt ft 7" 7 14 '2t* 24 Qg'ti 35r4Ct74'ao44 30 Yours respectfully; \TOHN PRICE,'Jr. and have no reason to>doubt its being perntaneat.-
some yean aoi iJuy fear Believing it to be a duty watch low to- toe ofi
were not allayed when fg t *
OSSIAN B.HART 8182( SZ 40 : < ::, .;t.v.cSTILL. XNOTBERz
.si 'LE : '. l I found.it necessary.upon my return to apply the 8"U- t i945s'9..j3. 2T e'' fisted, I present yon thia certificate, which 70%
ATTORNEY AT LkW-, Croton Water 40nnnr* hefnm iwas I 40 60DIRECTIONS.
KEY WEST that in ennvenria with wTut have used
FLA., commence operations;, after wblob.it required 64 nmnv TOUT
/ Practices in the United States and State Court* hour of labor and application raise- thebala Cimilywaa-very vvag u-umo iitno since member ot-my medicine, I have not found ono who did not zjeeiverelietV"
; R5U illy indeed
'. '.of the Southern District of Florida 1n The ymg And Be1lixig.Of mender from it* ashyed..Youm&judge of-my '1. tncu1arehndb1Uengravingampue every transie.nt unsealed" reeQrLtedto ,erl with a Diarrhoea. I -,

July K-tf '. EVERY anxiety during this delay, and my agreeable; newspaper; DiseaseV but none of-them thlngs'.ststzaujgiven: forrtht : ** JOEN'C.LETP'satoi .. ..
DESCRIPTION AGRICUL price upon opening the safe the/presence..of a periodical, lief. Y wouldafford1 uayre'- ( Methodist Church Jackson vills-
JAEffiS M BAEEH 'p.- TURAD IMPLEMENTS SAND number gentlemen, to of ovr Indian.Loxecust-'wu recommended '
; find books
| yi -andps printed matter;the aboye rates must in all byseveralpereonsIinadeupmymindtotryjt T
iTTOJtKET.iTi.AW MACIER.ALSO per saved, and a*legible a* tbey'wetepretlons beprc1dse cases ,
.. tot to -"
/ erdbg am
; heweight very did so *
a Bottle
the The ; one effected iE.- DW of .
fire. Poinjett
intense Three >
ieat which Sir parts
to 2.
:.AlZkat - the Safe wa Whenever on1
Columbia Co printed matter You
r, Eatt Florida.H any which the .Cttroit will.please publish this-u '
rac Bottle of called bdiaa -
subjected,can be X noet valuable medicine
conjectured front tb your
< ; ; oadLUon postage is required tobe a'_valuable -
.. Georgia4ndTrencbBurr Mill StonVsjEusofms prepaid, shall Medicine
through ought to be
: of another safe not known to -Loxecust.has relieved cia severe7
[ a Salamander}of.which- the-inattention entirely me
' .. WHIT SMITH ., Colagen, Cnllia and Bolting Cloths/ Also, every -iron skeleton aa :of Postmasters, or otherwisalbe the public. Spread it far and near in order that attack. of. Diarrhoea. I ebeerfuflr.recoinEO4t
. .. -. kind of produce:North and South frarte'only remained.and not a ves sent without prepaymentthe same shall be the afflicted may find relief. Yours &c-'l*' ;
and CASH paid chanted ,
of. medicine
: tige to those
'.. LTTO&45Y1ATLAW/, for Wool Hides a book.T-Tbey; companions; the with donble-tbe above/ratesJi your similarly,afflicted.
. Deer Skins and &# >#!:& : UJAHflLIII -- -
; Shipping Furs
*- t
4iziazor Columbia.Co ; same office,on Ike second floori from which cS Bound books i WKfcrespeei yours&e.,
t st'florjJ4.9 ,SAM'LJIQYZ ., LtAMPTONL.B1LBo. they andparcels of printed-matter,' To Dr E ?.ctt-i'j iiz -
crate of -THAD. ANDREWS.1For.
upon -earthern ward in the cellar,,the -weighing over,82 onnces shalhbe! .
4 r doemod
.BOSTON OUNBY 11, JACxsbimLL,El: F.; August l(5lh( ?; 1851..

: .; -- '. OTDON;-FACTORS. MetsrK'AiiDvuoti& Co.i'FRAirxLnr&BRAirr- -would hid have been' reversed, not even the skeleton %- Perlodica1apublished at intervala npt>exceed Dear Sir rThi*will infornvyou that one bottle' -C C the Afflicted. < 1id1cltGtx

. i : <> "AND LET, WEBSTER &PALMES,' Swrrr1; DENSLOW & ance is *1 00 remained., yet Ike sslmtio&of.zny.-bookslxj' MJ loss ever:the.insur ing three to months, and sent from the office of pnblioatipn -> of your medicine, called JIto -LoxECTrsT, haji SYRUPS and Medieated Cigar***

'OKVBRAIt: COMJUION-ZEUCUANTS. Co.? Savanuah Ga:.}> Wet;P. MILLER' fc Co., your:.Salamander .with-the to.be actual-and bonaiJlde:subscribers-are penaanently cured two of-my negroes of a severe .1'for th e Ashthmatio and Consumptic Hep*

Corner Bay'taurjJeferton Streets New Yorkr fttrooLEs Novas Mow&Co., Bos $100,000nd representatives of in charged withjne Jialtthe> rates .mentioned attack Dysentery I 'consider-it-an' excellent i Pills,for derangements ofibe-LiverSple.

-L SAVANNAH,WA. ', ton;.Mas*.;-F. BLoowrs;'Esq. New npt be duplicated imporlan4pQBments.wbicLcoiild,has fully ter the last above table,.and prepayment a quaN medicine for this complaint, and take great'pleasure &e.; Tonic Pills--and Bitten fotHbe'DyspepQAntalgio
CMH; S. McCoMBS compensated me. s postage.thereon math aUfeaswbe required: in'reoommBndiar, it to ih*pablto Pills
'4 jour ZOsTbN300N U. JUflY. ,JQ ; WitnlngtonTDeL "It win afford me great'',pleasure to exhibit'tie Periodicals .4.- ,(Jintmestasn&.TiuctaaaJos Of
S'&v&nnih i
pBbHshedat"iptetval.6rm6E Bespectftllyyt *
I }4.% October 80,1S51. *tfc August 28th. I851.-i'eet. 4-tf new afe cnrohasedoC von.and eirJuin iU merit* three oBthf.sVe thdrged with tbJ uthan *,. '. -8..fl.ZERNLNDEZ.nr relief of Nephntie, lRarine&henmatio and goattr
/c Odlrafo;which "a Pcenitetme Pills; and Mixtures,fo(am*

i.i.MOORE: &/QD.; ; : Sea Island Cotton Gins., elmi aLmy!remaifl presen$uuUL oeeEp.21 the new: building Feathteewher., o.2i6i.I, must No b SWtteftf n'ewiBerJ ToMr.E4I"o5nsett'I, ; t rugpeedir;(eito lute jeeuade,)fneueons t**'

J ;. : .GENERAL mHE JL SUBSCRIBER'takeV the this'opportuniti erected.- ,, .1T'prs; reepectfW.l periodical, pamphlet; oratbeSSel* S8Bf& : UT1IjI 7AJZ i2V'IobnaBeacba.ab. tie other,for discharge uterine and from other.th*Hmanrrhagoa urinary!-.rgansj Antiajdropieal Sr/f"-

to inform planter of Long-Stole Cot I .,, ., ;connected ;
OOfiMIfiSION : G.(4L5ET41. paper i therewith
BEEHOHANTS AND ton that he'still continues the'manufactnre'of *The brwhichtefdrmaSon .&bi5 :: Ointments, Powder and Potions,for re,
the any.kind
1 ';: : .. .4tTos: ; -'. latest ImAved ROLLER HORSE GINS other-undersigned invite;Country nferchant*and snril7akVM lrSlr4.-amn.Esei dnemg-dropsical"wettings?Cardtacal'PiDs.;ftr
-interested or
4.u :(Smeu ble and his usual dou the preservation theIr books c-ommnnicated ia writing;orby mark or signs? v k* Bwiau TAUUftDlv. diseases of the,heart and purincatioa otta b30*J
nevVs.relionse single'al "rates
: ,) and Jsreadjto: from fire,[but particularly those having Rich' the said newspaper,periodical, Medicine called Indian exouust-'with'complete Alterative Pin
fin all if'the pamphlet, or other ,for the renovation of the constitution
21a.&re4: Savannah Go.Oet orders shortest notice. ; safe in DM] to call at the depot 146 Water street, printed matter becomes ,subject fetter snooess ia my CunOy;i feel ft adv y lowe to you Antldysentorie

EJM.Mooaz, : For the.repntation of the Gin,spp1jtobe foelolngagentsortothosewbo New York;to -see the-interior of; Mr.I Gilbert's and it it the.duty.of ithtf ostmacten to postage nmov.; and the public toinforo you that myself add two ; ; Magic tincture PCX and for Embroc&UOCM dysentery aMdiarrhoea

p 28. 1851. :-"tf. AOENT& have'thein1iuse- ,'. safe with the>bOOkUndIsturbed/which/ he has the wrappers and envelopes from aU-printed mat children have been onrea of avsevero':Diarrhosa the speedy relief of nervous affMttoos, espeeianT
ter with it when
Wndlypentutte4'M mai tot IMd Pfl1Pblet5nbtcbare4 nothing else would give us relief.
thvtsatisfaoUoa with letter those of
: na4oegAeost&; toino and gratification for the pottage, Publish this if joupfeaie ; femalesDisinfectant and Prophyleetie
: iLOUDikiVO. thepublio of ; YoursTrespcettn"
lCapt; : B.TtSnlHarrisIJOealaTE. h ; a -.i ascertaining whether there is Washes, (the Former seeures.galnstlthcUcetI4
RBythewoodBeaufors r -
: > Order ,i"J-r; :.L V
for !
tVaor asiti CoaatIia$ R erebante, Qo Burglar Proof Vaults and Vault upon or connected with- any'sdch' printed matter CHAS.BRQW thelatterjieutiiEies
4 8C'- Doors,.promptly and or in such i ToDrEPoinsett. a-- a
8AYAVJIAH, GEOaOIA ; faithfully executed.: -<: paekagiv any linatter'dr'*hlng'which L sonUgtou tieu with1c
E1orida. a --- wbich.one.uareftancI
JHTjaT 118, -/Vr BayStreet.I Fernandei..BISbO k Co.'JsekaiiyiflE. d3 a.STEARN3&MARVINT rate would of authorize or require the charge' of a higher ;;. < .in ooutactj)COIOPSICfbreh1ch 1
Sucoe --
postage thflrcoaf-- "
Ic a, ukes.'aetta,ILF1.. F I4 Wateretreg, and *or toRichlBCo.' : *CN.K."HALlv i .TJukistocertlfvitiiwithnMiehpre'lwrj'tnill cutients, for sweBiag, pimples feokles & '
Strict Postmatw
'T toB'or other attention WUbeI&t andliberal u'the'aafe fCL. &}Ioyt & coi avaij %- 4 -?4itks Else., New York cornerAjrenneA5nL8t.;'t. Post Qrrma DrnTuJune: 14 General. announce to thePublio that I have been efieotn. Salve, for sores; Ungueatsfor fteh, sea1d' "
I. produce. .. .advance*, ;I35I. burn,% 13yria7Cor low DeUI&
!f wbendeired. I Owners of the exelustve right of RlcV 1'&teEt &Uy cured of the dletressing completni called Dys ; eye ;
'2 ; L&rtinger&-IhtrIaEztsethteirh CoUutorie,for the teeth andother' gmrn4Y'
JOHN wvc. LOUDETH.LOUDJ Ldwndes.iiy forthrwholeoffthf; UfteBd-Ute| 7iid tbt'only r' inteytthe remedy of
$ !aLlS2.- ly. >*\ fjU -- t /. ..i'Vvt s*. ie maker *fentuommonI7 Salamander sare eomblnjiiit both- Mr1.:1 o1niett I had resorteto mn; tbIng remedies an maauIhctaretO-Ordet'1 fr
p i.-- caied -THE OFPICRR.4gJ.J. LDIERS but of no avail t IuIndneedtotry oh.mlcalaad patholeglaal prcinlet*id" (
.1-- r
Em4om B&vsnis can g lied- ofthe Sa1az n4e 8aej,WjLhllol'simoyent.. -.OF THE SEVERdLMARS palatable1 and pleasant Meclipino anct ., yery- recognized by ht;prof esion, iiiI
rv* AjlSKfe fltftfC subscriber.t.modei t ,ratesterscin* wwrtlnttutMf Feb 8'182.&n,' 'k JsASoS mriffiPIPmriTTrAveia SINCE tWanHon yaw ....tai.,xy. reat. *i.:>w* .4 C.R. ..V rvM -.rpttiag DR.0vniSit .

ivatcbmakcr rand, .J \ or ins* pieaso. puree.1 to,Agents : .- -flI -. at.* dsysrr4 bsva ot ben1so th.tMtrt! HouseT '.- -

. t rrr. !i.t ig -e T ByF&L-; I IiiMoi. sdueWdreade4 disease:' .1. &IOE plhott.; b&AWlJ!
3ACX8ONYflL. dunwbGliy '
I I -.1an !,( r
'Jts. nr t -.V.-'nl te.iS'/ iltv I'- 1r'iic7 5une hp to 9tbe Wtb"
I. -thiib1Ia ,, Ot bDe"mo'ntl. eOm"t1ner-mt ESCRlOinsei
aiim be has tsken the spon Bay.strs.s. (or.. r more-the widows,and minor children of those daI4 I eheerfuUystjynt a1 thes3,0fln h d&nd frrn 5 to$1 '

'I having ree.nUyopene4.i. ued, ire aiio eut1tled.4rheSubacribnyw! InounIof : thi-t sd leg to eoBtrftctand tbenatcre of.the easeV't'
prepared to exeeat*all.work entrusted to his cic U4htoi* $ tb sbovSRonc14. zfldeztakat corn ehteHbik.>the raluabJe.MedlcitteV temo1y1th tb* ei**pmpte d; d4ht Inca able eue ,
eStiraaabOa. rcspccttuuy la1rni
with despatch and in workmanlike manner. i.- FRS llcIti&h* s- ofthoss iutorestsdv 1hPlngbee employ & *!* >j, *t*.- 9t-& t) !? the rtllef premised aflorded'i eea'i1

-.1 . ..eI 1 IrtI la b1 $ d in publieQce(ervvsrsiyesre, h1iperEl. made in earonlq eases, whea des* ,
Hue Of basinets,1 := Ia suel ? i' ifSFSMSWoiTBaffladthe
litterawiIl -
nabkcIseto brdpa .5a TcZ.3h 'Orders front ;dHtance.with mow<.
/ -
rJhwG OFOX& 8T.OCL .- Spirit iGaiy Gat 4jainp r yampnine"i"Lanirtth's.Warranted esb/Garden>: i*wUI4n.oaehundrc4 and fifty-yardiof ionse.the Poit (faolliUetesialmantsfovLi, and avetama 'AND7 r WAION9 -s- !, wilt secewithpompstkntIonC '- ,
; deal
flE'8ameribin inR ib stt.i4ion of r **w jsyewi/geedi; < atj>s4tvni ,i 4Ii 445L and! crtronble

JL baser to tbeIrrsmAzip'azipplyd&R ). .-4s4< Sefars.'Wi'fco' ? .wiH'lofr wAtwholesalaaadretftil. (or Gen.5ootaourngxgs poach an4 theg.expenssilk is s Where AlHetterri he obtains nothing, no d-1nlbrnr3'Go theti ba besutbabortntinde$. *ttroZdzt7, -__.-- _;_ : ._iJoax'mua_ -_
fh9 MflthleIfloO BtT) tdw11IrwW :
r ROOAB 4jiI.QL..EZ .,, J **<5 Imi..W.k! kromptattentio> ifld'ti'neeezs' '- 'TT'ijojet ,

. &ewbIcbtheT & pt nRcttre/anair Tfr.i.j nstruotionj ,inl5 w &$S% ,*& $kUiOWbsid&si.nd .jiredtWftitoable

I b It.1iOUbTEakCOC.. slid lorkal* u low'as''can be ,pjx huedfi the 1IES I ENNETTAtt P-, T-o do InyYork.* HMBV fortunately;web 4Mopr SB) ; aMoIhorri4t ___

4z4- B rt-J'giH! Norther*"mark* fof cash of approved cridit. P 2l T&nnary A -B1SICE. give up an booaot.yerbtainir relief.1 -beard t #
,oteber of sTC* 1IZUVZ11:
f 183& t: your INDJAT LOXECCrSIv ansVitSl M* t SrTjt

-- it cf eye BvtQerhas entirely restored me-to health. THIS OFFICE. a

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