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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: September 30, 1852
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
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V0LUMI: y. JACKSONVILLE T1rURSDAY V V V V f; ,..t1
: SEPTEMBER
___ 3O, 1852 NUMBER II. iI

Report of Mr.C-nbrll, from the Co mini t- The first ; V .
tre on Saval Affair of the Houae ciItrprstil&Ir.ou. importation of this valuable great advantage of time in reaching Uhe facture and rale of that -- i .'I
Mall and Commercial staple from India to England was made in market. But suppose the American, in bears an one class of goods All the Seminoies (continued Gen. Worth) ger of their leaving their children when ,'
Intercourse Mlth China. the year 1783. At that time American amazing proportion to whole man. that were left in Florida must there will t
gather be
vessels shipping the raw material, phonld b. nnder ufactured production.. !.. war with the whites tixl I f
were ;prohibited, by from the The value of the entire together, draw a line and live within shall do
treaty impor- of
necessity crossing the Isthmus atPa- exports of British every thing in my power to render' .
We referred in last and Irish t
our to a forthcoming ting inlo Great Britain cotton raifd in produce it. When the line the Semi their
any narna. he would still have an advantasre and manufactures for was run. j new home hij-py and confothl .. I
report from the Committee of Naval affairs of the British possession and so little was over the Englishman in the items at muis rug with 1849, was as three follows years, commenc noTes might live south of it, and Could remain But I must say to them; and they mast : .

of the House of Representatives made by cotton regarded a* an article of export fiom portation, df 7.700 miles and would enjoya 1849 : in the country. This (repealed Gem. understand that ths: treaty which they md i eii j

:1r. Cabeil!, which we had been permitted to the United State that in the year 1784, (six- comparatively passage over a smooth 1850, .- .- .. $3)7.980.125 Worth) I came to tell you on the authority in 1832 to ro west of the Slisriss:ppi merf I 1

ty'eht'ear, ago.) England!, in her zeal to sea while the Englishman would be under 1851, 356,795,920 of the President. I can do nothing withouthis be performed ; there is no way feau avoid it, V t
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peruse from tbje pamphlet copy, and of which protect her own commercial interest seized the necessity braving the dangers of a 359,705.923 authority, and I am telling you the and the only vy| for them to do it for their !

we promised to wake something like an abstract. !- I an American vessel for importing eight bates voyage around the stormy capes. Of which cotton manufactures and cotton truth. After this Gen. Worth said : Wt own benefit U to du it peaceably, cuietlv ; : : t

We state some of the leading features I of cotton into the port of Liverpeol for the The geographical! position of the country 1 yarns formed in- bave made a treaty ; there is to be no more and in that they \\"il111ava the love aij af t ,1.t:;

: of the mainly in the language puppPMid reason that so large a cargo of from Oregon to the Atlantic! as being upon j 1849, $133.875,675 fighting between us ; war is all over; you fection cf this Gover.iment icstrad of hiving
report that valuable! article could not hy any posoib'lity the shortest line of communication between. 1850, UI.4 2.005 [: have now nothing to do but to go and raise us for their erects; and compelling as to t i.mii\

of the document itself. be the product of the United :tatt the great centres of Asiatic and European I 1851, 142,640,180 i your children." Gen. Worth again stated go to war with them. i

The report is based upon a memorial of I In the year 1849. we find the total importatatiiiu population: is clearly set forth by Lt. M. F.: So that almost one-haffof all the that he said all this by authority of the We have had a great deal"of trouble a!. J

Messrs. Moore Lawrence, Goodman, and into England to amount to I.79 4,553 Maury, iu a letter addressed to the Hon.I of Great Britain consists of cotton manufactures exports President. He had." he said!, "auric a ready to prevent the people of Florida from .

Delhi Government aid in I bales, of \\hch her East India possessions John C. Calhoun; dated "National Observa and it is estimated that not than- treaty of peace with the Seminole, and if it injuring thea. We cannot do this much '.t\,
more
perfecting a fiirnibhed 15n.215Lales. tory. March 29. 1848.1 In speaking of the oire fourth of this large amount arises from were ever denied, the Seminoles might call lonzer; we cannot keep those cam boy fmm 1 :t

friine of mail and quasi-war steamers to runsemimonthly Brazil V 134.842 dividing line of commerce on the Atlantic, the cost of the raw material which England him (Gen. Worth) a liar forever." getting up a fight mucli longer. The only '
btureen California To a question here pnt by the PREMBEST way to do this is for the Seinineles! V
Ore-
Esypt 59,999 where our ships and the British have heretofore rays to foreigners FO that the- to ro :
gon and Sbanghae in China-this line to I West Indies 7,823 I u.et on equal term, he says : "Thgs 1 tnrxially ena bin;; the country remainder through the asking if thisVa done in writing or in tcjre ql1t'ty"elt: of the Mississippi.; : Gen.Bia t .1.t
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United verbal conversation Billy replied that Gen. 5 authorized! by to
States i me make ;
1,441.672 I II line exhibits interesting facts arra.gemn "
consist for the first five of the many coase, i iquenrc .kln.of Hermanufaciures'aud :
years contractof I 5o that in tle: short period of sixty.five Yl'u'I I *, and jgj EaficatHjns. Among them tl'e Iactrijia- Wnrtl. bad a paper btrforeJbun.. to taW ths there and 1 have no daub 1 "t,
four ships in number, of not less than I! of *. K. have risen I It f To anntherquestinii from tbe PRESIDENT that all be tells them in reference
our export; cotton 4,000 tons burthen each; and for similar aid t irom! tizkl baes! to Ollt million four hundred j jandfurtyMic !I position wbich will soon enable them geo-. of the Treasury, Mr. Meredith in an able inquiring if Billy himself had ever signed a true. If he should tell them any thing: not (
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to another line to run between Oiegoa or \ : thousand hundred and scv- j raphically to command the trade of tie: i report to Congress, dnrin the, fiscal l paper to this effect, Billy replied that he bad true, and it comes to my knowledge, I nuLl i ;.t I'
;' while her from alii year not ; be was so glad at the peace that he let them know it, and would :
'ady-lic' tales entne and
) imports' East that immeuiateiy
California and the Sandwich Islands-to coiimercially speaking euJing the 30th of 'lune, 1849, raw cotton did not think of such him; from ro:1.: .
mote office
thing. Gen. Worth
other! sourcts only amounted to three /itcn- our country is in the centre of the people 10 the value of about million of a 1 ,'oJ
I
consist of two ship of not less than 1,500 sixty-six advised him how he and his should Thgi is all 1 have
\dred and fifty Iwo thousand e'.fiundied ] of the earth and occup.es a position for dollars. If that cotton had been and people to say except to return i'

tons each. It is jiroposd that the time of ;\ar.d eg'? 'I-'U'o bale All ilfori maje here-1 trade and tntrfic with t.en! which no .iatioa/ woven at home, (supposing its value spun to have conduct themselves ; he told! him to go and you my very sincere thanks for your kind. 1 ;.04:
entire ; tofoie the! Eiu'iih! Government to ijrni.-h that existed ha held. Hitherto in raise their children, and keep hold of the ness to the wr.itea who have strayed i ia '
the contract extend from 1857 to 18S:. ; t-y I ever all been incieased fourfold: by manufacture,) it 4 r
of for her ho; of the world;! country ; and if ihf-y saved the lives of any among you, and tj express to the -
a supply law; cotton Tie manufactories : parts except Europe and the would have prod iced a value of about you bow 1 1:
At the expiration of the five it is asked one
years and free herr-elf: from her depen-j' U'est I.iJies, the hlpi: of the two great competitors hundred and ei ht millions aJJi- of the whites who might be biiipwreckeJ on th.t you will feel th- importance of what I } -rt
that the line be made weekly and the lar II ninety ) in the coast, should into their have tail to ..
; ;e dence on tie ,lTnited States hive proven ) oa the oc-a:i Imve met on barely tion. And hence it follows, that if stray country you. Ihavetc.Jyouthetruth >
vessel] te increased to not iVss than eIgIt, complete f i'nres.' British capitalists ran j I II equal terms. Au Aneican; :; and a British own people had been the manufacturers, our they should be paid lor them. In consequence and far every thing else yo.i wish! to know f t :::1
and the to lItlt than four. These I of this, B.Ily: said that be and his refer to the! Commissioner
smaller :I wld with excitement at the idea of produI slrp met in India. China Nev Holland and we could have fom.d a market for the you of Indian Af. 1 i I
vesets I are to carrtbe mails of the United: !I ? cotton in InJ.a, and the American cot. j j the Isaas!, of me Pacific or the potts manufactured article instead of merely ex- people! bad conducted! themselves: accordingly, fair, who will provide for all jour wr.U I f !.{

States and :o recede therefor as a conpeifon ,- i!: ton-gin; with experienced cotton pianteis of South America; one was owned in potting a crop worth sitty-six millions, we and by way of instance, gave four cases in whilst you remain wuli ns. You are oar .!

& : a slim of money equal tj the! anountactually : J 1: were taken t., Iinlia to praJure! the raw material ,' London or Liverpool!, the other in someone flionlJ have reported and sold cotton fabrics which white persons had been rescued from friends and will be treated as snch. 4 ft

receivable by the Government fur |!!! at one peiinij per pcunJ. a. they vnun. oi our Atlantic! ; ports. To reach home they of the value A two hundred and sixty-four impending death by starvation and expo-- had The PRESIDENT: here anntu-iced that h. : 'i
concluded
and
po&age on such "w.tter-the contractors I I. tin:ly asserted. The Uiu.'Mi fofc in Afr-ca: both 1 1 had to pursue the sane route, and sail mit lions." sure.One wished to hear Billy, or '--r
also to be entitled to purchase, at St Ij per ::, were next to he purchased tu protect theycr-1: the fame number, of knots. But now that of these was the case of younl man any other Indian who might wish to say any i ;

i acre fifty tedious of 1.in j out of an} of the j' t.lL"J'lai.V* iiitl atton p'.u.ttit.oisvf [)ihiniiey.'ihe ; oregon and California are Americanize} alt We close our abstract of this able report who had drifted to a rock on a piece of thing. The Indiana having expressed their 1 ;i

t publ laiid in the Terrtory: of Oregon, otlu-r : whole gol.lri co.i-l of -frca:: was t.' he of these ports are nearer, and the chief with an extract evincing the views of national wreck, and had been seven days without desire to say no more at tne time, after .il

l than mineral lands not subject to individual j chan;fd into a cotion! larJ I1..o that E.i- a.uoitg them, as Bmuhay. Cacutta: Sin a. I, economy under which the enterprise food or fresh water; another was that of a shaking them hands, withdrew, two or three of I ':

: claims. They also agree to take and accommodate -! sl..>h lor.ins mijilii he supplieJ. and American pore, tile [ports of China Japan; New Hoi- 1 t, ; is man who nad strayed four days travel into appearing;, by their countenance to
,JMBpestlon projueJ"hicb views take the remarks of the
i without charge all neceiry : pLinteis brougf.1! to bsg at the fret of tie li.iJ!, .At1s.r.1lia. Puh ne .a, andthe Islands: of' meet tbe indian' country ; a third was an insane President rather !

: post office agent.and all government d.piut Bnt'sh! II"rt I.LII, : Bit the inevitable law of tt.. East, many ttimisand! miles nearer t'lhe I Ij oar unqualified and hearty approval : person whose track betrayed him ; aud a hard. I. A:

;t I cnatic agents C'fin: and rct.irn; in the States than fourth was a drummer-boy who, having lost An Irlab.man'. Heuon .
nature has been loo s'-on; for the grasp | lute I they are to Englaud% t "The committee believe this country is 1'01' Votg i 1
I vessels. Each ve-sel to be commanded! by anhiloti1! ; .tI) 'intn:'ie of that Governm-nt' ; I i.LIIferJne.ty Tuble of Distances by sex. I still in a state of commercial infancy; that himself whilst gunning;, and! becoming so reduced Seott. Li J
I an officer of the Navy, not h ;io.v tl.eJraJeof as to be feed
compelled to
.% buhbie: afltr another bur.-ts her ; on .
: one I Miles. 'Milc great ener .es are cramp<-d for want of cypresleaves. The Illinois 1 !:
Statesman
Li'f utenant, and three nuJs*, also j haJ laid him tells the :
to down
j-j ten, uc anti at the end of Si-tyn.re. yeal" bile las From Pcrs'n Gulf toLi.gUnd outlet ; that her immense resources through to die, but was gorvl : following .
acoiumodxtcd without ati t.ouiu f':.1 e.:>- ] been aWe lo pro lure fio.n her own I"I'S''S- : J ,) To California, 10,4001! a system of fatal polICY.'have been toj long discovered by Billy' brother Simon, who bv ''It story :!
to the Government. The vessels: are t=> be f4fii! illllllli"oue I ; 1/1J./jd.edll/dfirlJt thousand Eorno.iytoEng'd; 1I.5SJ "' 9auO''! fenced in; and that wise motives of political j-id'cious! management in the very gradual ll j since was oir good fortune a few evening, : ,
so consiiuc'eJ a, to be convertible l:1to'al :; CalC.1Th& 12,2)0 'J,300| administration: of nutriment restored the boy to make the acquaintance-: of an old ;'!
two bandied a.IIIiftCII bcJ *. an.J that tuouf economy demand J the fostering care of ) .

Irish
government of
liable be lor the 'in..a.r.ore" 1.t. ;) 7IOCCa.ioi : I gentleman considerable
tukea ol life and
steamers la : u.-e < to health. It was such information.
SUCh infenor tj enable for the of these evils.! thing a* I
an qiul.ly a.s our IJ.7vJ" u 6,100 prevention who had been
the Uuited Slates, on paymeut to Ihecuvuera_ :' I this that Gen. Worth told him to do and I travelling for nearly two '
!bippin; nierch.uu-, even i hy the present h".ghl1e" U,*'l1) u. 5.4fJ Politically; speaking, we are the strongest months in the States ;
: of
of their i past Ohio I
; appraised value saijl! that he would such .011.1 Imeaning j Indiana. .
sa..nig! route t<> HJj''ily the Clnnese inar&ft .lJ', 15.rJO"' 4.5U1 Government in the word bound by the mention acts to Micbil-ra1 anJ the ,J
The report describes the portion: and a- ..Guinea" I!,tJUO 6.UIO I! ( the President for the time being northern part of thi* State. J z
II with the superior article of the United Stales: two oceans, isolated in our territory, unitedin ;) He informed that in
of iSha-tghae Cliine-e N. \V. it. N. HoiLind t and he Gen. us his travels be !
vantages as ti.e ttr- obeyed Worth in had ,;
l at lc-s ? than the inferior of In-1 interests and confident in generally
a cotton
price tu England 11,800 7,9)0 4 our our resources seen quite a number of bis
| minus of the mail route. It has been I righting thing that went countrymen who i il
i very d'a can b' sold Ly the Butih nierchants. I N. i:. urxjo 6.0O.Zealand ; ue are equal to the struggle for every wrong. would vote for the Hero of V
the '-: Such his Lunday's Lane
denominated
; | appropriately I was (Billy Bowlegs,) anxiety for
V. to :
.v.Oi-1 New Orleans is now, and nlic.tua.turally : 13.500 5, 00 commercial supremacy with any nation oa remain -l Presid-nt in Novembet l-
j'I leans" of Chuu. in the fiext and for .
coinmainJingas country that he would deliver I our .
continue to be, the great cotton mart of the i "Commercial; history does not furnish any I the face of the globe. gratification he related a
outlet of the immense trade wafted ifjFfor unishment conversation which I
by rivers ; world and is, therefor! the starting puint';, certain data by which we can arrive at the The increase of population! extension flf | any of his own people took place in the town of B t V
from the Ural; mountains to j who should commit --in the 4
VV flowing remote of the trade. SLangfue: (as we have al- : whole amount of cotton produced in the territory. and development of means, make wrong. He would always north of this State. He he it;

V tae Chinese coast. It i is conceded t>y water rsdy shown! ) inut be the market, anJ 1 world, and ill the abaenseof reliable: authorities it gravely imperative upon tne central Government obey the whites' orders, and give up for the night, and was was said, stopping } :t
comnj>incation: with on third of Chii.a. I malefactors. He loved his home much placed in a rooax ',
that point is the bailie: croui.d upon which we are compelled to tak jtuc best tvi to keep up with the stride of progress very ; I with several others, two of whom ;
Canton has been the great cinpt-riutn of I the strutgle ne.'weeu E., iuiiU and tlii United j derces: and base upon them an approximatecalculation. by that kind of encouragement and yes, if it were only a little! piace with a pine I the of Limerick Ireland were from 1;'
thz British: in China but to show the ; it he should wish there. county They bad J ;
; fipefiouty stump upon to stay !
Sutea, for the cotton tiale in China The whole amount annually+support which, in its results, widens the that evening attended democratic
; of position of Shatigtiae to Caalou. ] The the time field of He would do any thing at all so as to stay. meetinr- V ,
must he fouxht. :1..IIng distance from pioduced at present asve gatherit I commercial enterprise. That argument Soon after we were in oar m V :
&s a centre of trade, a Butisti Consul at that j jplace Iu line, he would willingly lisfen to his f' apartment, the r.:
New Orleans: to Liverpool i is 4.500; ind j from these sources, is about two thousand I of economy which condemns the expenditure eldest of my countrymen asked
reported In 1846-, that the total ; Great Father, for be ht 1 heard of him for a me if I wa* 1 1;
from L'\vrpool to S.ianjhae 14.400 mile, millions: of pounds. Of this! amount the of money which no immediate not a Democrat. I answered .. ifcr J.- I.
amount of tea shipped horn England to I making a total diot.nce of 18.900. The sai- United Slate produce about two-thirds British tangible return flows back into the Jov-rn. tong time and had wished tn ,f'. him I neen a woig tor many years though when t .Jt::

V China was 53.303.0UU !ibs of \\lwch 45"1 !Ii!,: distance from Neiv Oileaus (the great J f lud a about four hundred and fifty millions merit coffers may, in many instances, be The PRESIDENT Bowlers answered!, that he was ,I I first came to Amer.ca I wa not hut as ,; : :

500.UCOva.s!( shipped fro-n Car.ton mar: of the! raw material.: ) even by the way i of pounds aid the remainder is principally highly su.c.dal' aiid destructive. happy to see Billy and the rest of soon as I was acquainted with the institutions J

only 7,800000 ibs. horn han hae; and yet i j of Boston (the mart uf the manufacture I', : produced m China, Africa, and South Tne indiv.dual, in tins! country is a component his red Children froni Fioiila. I have said I of the country the wants and interest* .t ,,
it appears from the same papei thai 23Ulla-1 of the Government, and that the President, heard of him long before I of it, such as the protective t.
g'rwi-s.) to Tehuintcpec! i is on'y! about 4.200 Irde | America. part Tariff&c, &c, I 1
000 .lb of tin.-: quantity of Ua weie ;.10 .*; ar.-l fio.n Tehuantepec: to Sliangh.ie, J Take then the above estimate as the most policy which benefits the masses, springs saw him here. I know he is great man was a whig. My friend soon informed me 4\

duced in districts n> the immed.ate neighborhood about 7,500 ni.le.-, nuumga total distance | corrert j-tatement we can procure, we find how and i is sustained by, the ma;ses. llecognismg among bi3 people, and I am glad to'.hear I that be and his comrade were both dim*. ;VV J;,

of Shanghae and 19.50u.000 lW indisiric 01 1 1.700 in.lcs.: that th.- amouut of cotton produced in the I this principle as practically sound, that he has done so many good things to the I crats. For, said he, when we landed at ; ;.1;:;
I
:" more lemote from but much nearrr 'The 3r :i-!! anJ 'American erc!>int ncessarily ?- !' woU i i.> a pioportion of two pounds fiir I apnrcpriation& are continually n.atie for the bites. feel a great regard for all my red New York, we were waited upon by a couple :i
children wherever be bnt for :
to Sharghke than to Canton, a>td that only I "ir"!has" tl>r raw material at th* each inhab.la-it: or four pounds perhea.1 for improvement of rivers and harbors for tile living they may none of gentlemen, who informed us that th* '

3.COO,003 lbs..of the e leas were proJuced ]I i, same poii.t-N<".v Orleans. Tl:.e Drit.sh: ; mer'chait tile' consu'nzi? portion of the earth ; wh ch, building of light houses creation. of break. more than tho>e of in life Floril.i. I have I whigs were against us, and did all in their i :

if .!i Nation. anti I therefore
to Shanghae. 1 Ian I, and the AlTIer.cal at Lowell, MHSSIchus't's. about one haf of the whole population. which grants have any reference immediate Seneca am acquainted they would sooner see us starve than give j'

V As connected with: the expectation of an I Ij The American merchant stars! : Next to the cereal grasses, cotton bas perhaps revenue. Tne wisdom of this is ..obvious with Indian habits. laIn happy to bear U! A day's work. Bat we have not found j

j extensive iua.l transpoiutiou, some data i i- vth! the raw material 11.700 ir.il-s from )I'I done more man a
gven: to show tl : ha/;
as totimr between this route and the cvei- ''I : to overcom a tsalii: ,r distance: of I human ra e. We first sublue: the savage encourage science, also adds eventually; to mike your people! happy, aid to do justice |i fur him: fur President; in November next; for, J ,1'
land route r>f the E.I lish naiis bet.veenAles him. the of nationalwealth. to them as far as the laws aid: treates: of j said he, would be a
19.DOO miles hefoie he ca-i reach th.- same a-il then we clotae Throughout the proportionate increase crying shame to voto r
''i'lna in K!ypt and Clm.a.! By tiie, .on-the: common*market of ho:h. 1 heI'rt' I vat territor-en of the East this work has ." jgqt the country will whiles permit and me.Indians Treaties made t" against a \. whose whole life has been ,; .}

latter, tne t.me required hum SiunghM l.ii ent of manufacturing: cotTon yet '0 he accomplished; is a coaimerci.il; / between the or betweendifferent : devoted to his country's service, and by just t f4j

JCew Yoik is :*ei.t-two days. By t.e! coods> from exrrfl"e the raw material suitable frrtheCh'nese reg on >et unexplored, and we are justified SEMINOLE INTK&VIEW WITH THE nations of whites, are/tun, and all known; him thoroughly derstaid the I I5;

of the vroo-ed steamers, a caving in' that witn national encouragement PRE:I ENT. must obey them. Twenty! ye us ago atreaty history of this bllssed; country. And if it
lute ; market is about the same in E-ig- I 'Jpjlo..i| ing proper was i
made between the wblteallJ the
be made of forty-tKO days from Shan be able to realize was not for the !lajders of our dinjecraUc i
we an
the
ad
United may
!land that it is in the Ijtf"! : party, ; I
tae to New Y(rk, v.a l'upeL bound H Oiegon raw material Costs the same at New Orean! I i.nmen.dy profitable: trade from that section From;the N3.wnall.ttli%mcer.of September 18Acdwlin Seminoles Indians in Florida. By that and surh men as those who met ns oa the ..;
the Seminoies all!I the land 1
and Tehuaatepec. case of the hut i it i is oiviou. that the d.fference in transportation of the globe. : to an arrangement raids by treaty granted in sh'p! at New York, we would! vote for General oi'
construction of a railroad fro'n the Pacificto of 7.300 m !es in favor of the The consumption: of cotton in Great Britain the Coifimissioaer of Indian Atfiirs. the Florida Florida to the white, anJ agreed to remove SCOtt almost entirely.! But infortunatelvj i : t'i

the Atlantic! across the main contin.ent. American merchant, must enable him to Ill"- I is about 13 pounds per heaL! In Turkey Indians were yester,lay admitted; to an.interview west of the Mississippi and settle by the i some of our brethren from the ou4! counthry t tl
from fc\inshae to New Yoik of the IjiuitedSlates. side of the Creeks. That treaty has never I want firmness afraid
the distance l.vrr the artice: in the common maiket, at a perni-barbarous as it is, the proportions ( with the PRESIDENT they are of being called .1 1
could be made in eighteen days, and from! whic'a i must give him a monopoly of I Ite about 3 pounds per head. -1101:1 then! They wete accompanied by the been abrogated or set aside, and no new treaty -f : tun co:'. by s'rnp.'y: voting for one of the J!
price !
: has ever been made. This treaty, made of tisLi! 5eJ '.
Fathers
Ihanhae to England in twenty-eight days, tile' sa-ne amount 01 consumption to Continental COMMISSIONER and Gen. LCTHER BLAKE. America bar we art '
trti.'SupjtoF.P
Lei&.a- sav.ng ttlJlftij-futir ilays! to N'e.vYnrk. however that the manufacturing I and Insular Asa, and Australia, and The SECRETARIES of War and the Navywere twenty years ago, is made binding on me I not all of that btr.pe. We are not afraid to V j. !

a.d ,. day t England! : over estahlishmeiits T of the Southern States guppos.ng: the product on in China equal to also present. and the people: of the U.nted States, a-ij on meet those who tfonld! call a* tarn coats, :
the BLAKE commenced the business of all the Seminole Indian, whether in Floridaor and Wnlgs; juat l.ecai we at t this time :
English rate. ; l as tmlicat.oiis that of India, we still find a balance, of Gen. prefer
i-if'iild Hiciea4 as rapidly present treatiesare
exiub;ts the irn'neisa the Semi- west ot the Mississippi. Such Gmeral Scott ta Ginenl Pierce. I
The report power : wal rant the belief that they will : twcive huii'lrel J millions of pounds, tobe the interview by remarking that Such
obtained by England through her ocean I in few NVw Orleans will become supplied from -the United States, almost nole Indians had encountered many troubles always made in writing and are sig 'eJ men as these are demagogne and think more .J .;
then
V : eteani mail nunne. e.ta! U.ueJ upon the the a Plaiting year point of the American merchant eqial in the extent to the whole amount of and difficulties in various ways, and that by Indians and the Commissioner in books make of the loaves and fithes thai they do of their t V :

f principle of contracting for mail smcrby with the manufactured article, instead: our present annllalprolIctwn.! |. their object now was to call upon their them. They 11111\10"1.are then printed them and our what, country-aad as we frid them out; we look .. ;

: steamers liable to ne applied to national 'rial. This him almost The lower clas-es in China, especially In i Great Father, the PRESIDENT, hi'nself, and so that we at see on inen as yoU wonlJ on a crcckadile, for 1. :
of the places -
raw ma : do and also what the
to ,
time of By tnu jl.e has from jiim; what \xpect.To we have agreed see tHey ate dangerous to our institutions and 1
p:ll m war. >e 11.000 miles nearer the common market the middle anJ southern parts, use coarse learn they might *!! do. Such* 1S
to
and is still that he Indians have agree treat.es as i care no more for ns after we have
this the PREsiDE.\Trepied voted-
ilcrca.lg. Eng fabrics; almost exclusively for cloth-
emlu'it ; which is cotton
ta than the EtisI'Mi merchant an end. Sometimes Commi-; 4
i hate our i <
no
these
;: l perfected a steam connection regulariy derided its character 10:. A lanre portion of this clothing i is should be happy to hear whatever they than a crockadile does for his young five .
around the globe, and in the \Ve.-t Indies >.' advantage the Ameiican M merchant lu the command as loirire I manufactured from the India cotton, of wish to say antI would! in return give them sinner or General carrying oa a war but, makes that j lays after be has ate them." .-

has f rtne.i :net wot k of tine I of ocean II' of the market for cotton goods iu China beyond which artice: the British imported into Chinain any information they might desire. I a truce, or agrees Such to stop an fighting or Urar what this sensible and patriotic Irish- I ;f;:
a arrangement
is no. treaty.
mail communication.; The of these $6.973.393 Col. LEA Commissioner of Indians Affairs of the means taken 'son .
UJllf| the poj-s hility of a failure. 1846 a quantity equal to in i' that *rh ieb the ma'i says to no the ,I
Bntibh steamers is stated at $7,8 J8.690 per But if the English merchant should avail value. This India colton is a very inferior explained! the particulars of what had occur- truce as bj> }parties not flop mind of emigrants; against tie Whig party.- .
teep is always
ajad
The Government of the ; manufactured fro, red the on 'fhurS lay, in the fighting apart, I-fe toJ! by a of
annum. UnteL himself of the Isthmus route, Mill he would article, and the cloths! n it at meeting but word of mouth was coupe gentlemen
made in writing by *-
Stales employs seventeen t-ltariiers, have it manufactured, and then send his : are far less durable than the American manufactures course of which he said he had assured the he made the with Tamma-iny alfL:>cofoeos, that the'Whigs V !it'

compensation cf $1,141,600. being in the goods to the Islhtiius. where be would meet aud hence the imports of our cot Semiiioies! that their Great Father the President Geii.Billy s-ays Worth. We understand ra'igement t tuat Gen. are against 1rkhmen-werc doing ?aU they :':

V proportion of one for every seven employed! I the American merchant at an eqnal distance ton fabrics lo Cuua: with all the disadvantages would! i in like; manner with himself IIA- : Worth made a truce or agreement by \Theb: could to keep them away-wookf nor give

b} the British GoverumeaU The rellcr alt .. from the common market of both, with this of a difficult, dangerous, and tedious ten patiently to all they might desire to com was to bggpopped, and the Indianswere them any work to keep them from starving; :)1

exhibits data to show that the coml.elo'i. disadvantage, that while the American merchant tiansportalion, are steadily a.\d surely in municate. This was the first time Billy fighting? f-outhWa certain line. But this ect.; the vth.o-e of which tales are wholly j : 1

DOW received by American bte was n-
arrangement permanent ;
the Govtrcinent, fu mail 6tiG and ..t article (across the Gulf) 800 miles, the Englishman I should be opened, we wovld be out of Florida. derstood as t mpul'"ary, and that tbe Indians I, been in the country a few years. Contrast j :
likely to be real zed by the J liiieis has been compelled to transportthe able to supply that market with a very superior To the President's inquiry if Billy Bowlegs west of the this lying Lococofoco statement with the 4.: :

; and will (be greatly below that paid by the raw material 4.500 miles and the manufactured article at a rate riO much cheaper than had any thing to say, Billy replied that there 'me continued to go the President Missisa.ppi., anxious fact as it relates to the Locofoco party of :

; British Govern-uent for similar service. I article: 4.700 mile*, making a difference ihe price paid for the, .interior article, as to he bad come here to learn from his Great I am to,do- what is fur the InJ.au's' goo.I, this State. A I the late Democratic Conven !"1
only
further eh.bitLy htaiie'.icsaiiuolJ.erwiaf, ill favor of the An rica'J, iu the item drive out all competition and give us the ex Father the whole truth respecting their' and for the od l of the people Florida. 1 lion, the party nomiftaieu a man for the high : i
i: immense txtent and population ol the con u- of transportation, of 8.400 ovles. 9 clusive command of the cotton trade of that affairs. His Father was It wan,ior ; so was g i do not know the vst office in toe gift orr the people cf this Slate, f fat iii
Florida
i i tnes with '''iel the 1'ac.dc Coast of the IM> Great as tiiese changes; they are only a beginning country V V lie.} and he! came here not tj ae-k for lavoM, ne"erVa"of Florida m more;than the led people now the approaching election! wLo! when > i

ted.Futts "'Luc! b un-uediateiy CUllle'ttJ of a revolution; : in the cotton trade, Tne establishment! of lines of cammunica- but for justice lie fame not to pay a and am as anxious to do f1en.justice lo member of fee, Convention to reform th* ;t

i: tbatof, pioper making an re4t which a chip ra.ial thiough the Is.hiius or tion on the Pacific ocean will enable us to mere Tisit of compliment but to seek for present to the other. But the inhabitants of Constitution oSta'e' offered a re*>Iutirn Ih

; 128.0uart I.el! iud a pop'u.ut.o.i of a railroad nom the Gulf' lo Tetiuantepec in wcuie the trade in cotton fabrics, not onlyof justice ; and whalever his Gieat Father decided one F.orida M increasing will crowd on the! to amend tile Constitution so as to deprive 4;

1 367,632'07. I.lrcnu'le would thus also connexion with the ;proposed line of otva-n-' the East Indies and China but of all the to give, he would be satisfied with. The settlements are where the Indians, live; The all foreigners who should arrive after j&i11 j .

bpfe tbf er' exteas.ve provin- ships i is destined to tfll-ct. Tne climate, immense countries of Souta America, including Ecuador white people are his friends' and brothers. of Florida have a right to ask that I of the right of suffrage, not fur_21 rears bat j
; the and Suu-.s of it with these : that he asked people fur life and also to deprive them o nght I
feelings
c ajt Kingdoms water-power agricultural! and mineral Peru, Bolivia, and Chili, the SauJ\vich, u0d was performed. What.I fear is, j t.
Br. and the \\hoie He said he had ill-feeling see tms treaty 13 hOll ofice,and all the benefits of citizen
drpudenll.di resources of O.e ou, nt ber in an eminent degree Marquesas, Society, and Navigator's islands, for jllst e. no that as l be whites get on, the ludians andlbaywillgetibtoa I U
Asiatic pi>pn!%. for becoaunga manufacturing country : togeiiiit with all other countries the.shores 'against the whites ; none whatever. I i Now ship: This man is Judge Woodmrd;wbd f1i
lion of these unines educated at TOt),- of hch: wasbeJ by the Pacific, trade Finding Billy, Bolregs somewhat slow incoming night. i.a .war was raised tu,the Supreme Bench by Governor I
i > lines of C' m.nunication are ,
and the necet out
\\"nell saiy break tear Indians
of .. consideration should a.am..l tne :and who is'how tbe Demoratic I
la Bigler
000.000- : Ipie. r with Ch.na; trial 1 be eetaMisheJ, a whicli Has been lue principal means 01 establishing the real subjectfor1 We have : :
would be destroyed. prepared a
1 We ils'i. the views of the report' proportionate share of the cotton and the present boasted commercial the.Cdinnvssioner of Indian Affairs suggestedthat for them west of the Missis That Candida e for that honorable, office.; .Should ,R

V of advantages to accrue to the Soutuem woollen goods reqjlred M supply the and maritime 'supremacy of great Britain. the motive,which brought the Ind.aos. losee" place where the rest of their brethren ppu have any person charitably hope that tie has npentei it

Str'bJtlo opening up of to 1.i i lne.5 demand cf China and the shores of the Experience ba.sshuwajbai,, vrecan manufacture the President wato hear'frdoi him* his js if these should'remain .Florida c and gone.iJu1 'die of this bitter.opposition to oar foreign tt'

great cotton staple, in its r \t Pacific: may manufactured. tncr*. all the 'coarser artIcles of cotton sentiments: respecting 1he'removal of the there 'their children would-want, to remain population we have only to'remind him that te

formAnd tnat ol maHufactures, to which! The American and Enghslt merchant will good cheaper .than"the British, and we 'can S>m'inole*remaining;in Florida to the west of there;iso; but it is impossible I.know it is M! Woodward, defended his i 'opiaio '

the South fD it h -r interest Lu C 'tr it,an Jwkuch then start together with the raw raatena undersell them ia..ejrjjarket, ta reach tbe: MiM ppi.: ..* t1Gen. a'pai ful.t thing lo. .remove from the\ptace acts'in, this IflZt1rfl&JQngfl'ihafl' last 1't.'t..

& 61d renewet impetus by the carTying hum New Orleans. The Engt 6hmao awe whicii; our *hipper4flfnotbaf, .,to" pass ._ 3uut remarked.that.beoften. where one was'born and brought op, but'we an.t that it was with:* foil I
out of the have Great Britain and.there is no good realkJD'b : ad vised:the Seiinoksth.Z 'the'arrange I have bis opposition to naturalizing foreigners, *
prt'p0 cmerwIlC'JcctiI alreadysbownwihlc'inpel&ed! all do it in case of necessity.' ,removedfrom -
'
wib'GVorib'WU[ merely! temporary Democratic party nominated him forhi* liU
markets ment
Pacific the
the :us'Qf
to onthe1
to incur the expense of & transportation of ; opening the place where;1.was. born,
,. ,
to theore'of a ; high office. Here "Us ft strikipjf fact.V'dt
result in the m. and'did not'amount -
Pacific &f1uuld'not n VV
V Tae culture'of 1. about 19,000miles'' before be reach there .
cotton 'peculiar can and 11n
nevet.expect to go, .
tbur I in ',Aar'oorn: cbantry ofzall!thithi- i treaty.<- ', ihe. snows how.much regard to onrforeignjpopjulat.on Ii
f ctnrl'f '
S t bae the > market. Tue Amer.jcaimrcbant VVV .
no other Shall c mm< n "will under
&fJ' t ,
IrdSt cuntry 01 a'' ced Jof.oar extensive CQttPtl tT.. 1..1zL&rBqwLa'lVd hal. "ot'yet men- Ifthe Indians go'went they go the,Democrats rtalrj xse ,. T<*f Jwtirflirtef
tfle bis cotton7to
with in pioJocloa. ships Oregon, .
c ; this Gover.mentaad1shall :
i c it with protection'of them-and .promaa theM Tt t V "
a treaty
cpt tio respecting :
witch in' ,' Jiistorj rfi tauc by way of Tehnantepre o l[ .3,600oiiles !lag : :Idea Utr 0 lern c'orttroiW manufactures it there and thentrauolp0115
inp cmmerc exerts the most I I' mak"*rea comfortable to themselves'their .wivesluulchildrt dpnie1fpOiiLtcai pnvileartaltostthenPf tV
articl 1 tikeltibq,airivtd 't t"caatfy.ndsala'bf authority from the President V* arty to I
"inflgpnce of the'world the manufactured s to'Shan'g'hae, .
"1
upon .tetre" ; ThB.Generjilsatd.h Jj.derV to a-possible. When ihey :get : r
> ;
a < Eg JmJtc;' in the : 148 of ,bet bus. ''a dltaiIceVofV 5,000 miles, making an entire 'ruafWmaHaf: lJUOO ty : bad come there theywilUn ft good conuy.their Jir7htf :L I V __ :, V' '

1'.ew, Ia.-pll *cknovrledgr I tr*nsporUti n of 9,600 :'antes !aad:>eonseqosntry fabric;instead/of itelling examination"the'&', of rl&l the make .the Jrif Seminoje ooJl.ueaty.thu.h&ttJ'pot i step to blood- old fneaoX aid they 'will "soon 'feal''a*'if to voted ahotrelief to thjt widow ef
t*t ilifi>retic 'ia' his -fivor of about may-be 'foraseaIroiitan among
ber power dtrtTed I The ab"J and there ifcduhl be BO oortf &hnng; they were at bone.- 'Tbtre will bfe 0} dan, General Harrison T PiEECEL --
Great "Britain.
trade'of nuna
from the cotton field of oar OWJ1liLJlJ. i 10,400 miles-all this in addltioo to tHe cotton ;



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. .f 4 < THE WHIG PLATFORM THE I..ATRSTEVIDENOE. his acts in_ your behalf is contained jn Clne1an
'r:4.: ;:.';, F flORIDA L I n REPUBLIC P II U ; address,i now in your possession. didatesand. canvassers in'1850' to excoriate and Chases, who support Pierce, ar enabte
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cyj:;,, The Whigs of the Uuited Stairs, in Convention GEORGE T. WARD is-a name familiar it 'as the, Idlest evil that could cnrse us to say the said resolutions{ nullify Ik* Fugitive

'. r'. '.4. assembled, firmly adhering to the JACKSONVILLE: From of-the--Tallahassee Sentinel to you l all.) Col. Ward, if'elected, will apply hey led on the honest voters to the Gulf slave law; a similar equivoque being
; .', ; an extra
; great conversative republican principles by when the presented by the interpolation of the
for them and
had
State
. ; himself to the promotion of your hey prepared ; "D-
: ': J- I Broome in
t : which they are controlled and governed, we learn that Judge speeches
:; claration of
;,::; :/.. ': and now, as e\'er" relying upon the intelligence Thursday, September 30, 1852 rat i Pensacoa! and Wairington' West Florida] interest, He will address himself to the later found out their misfortune, it was too Independence as timber il th
".. ,i I in late These leaders still propitiate Pierce platform. 'The Declaration,"
; :: of the American people, with an abiding I denied that in 1850 he endorsed the renti- perfection of your school system, now must scythe
...1.. ',-,.: confidence in their capacity: :: for self rlnv Whig National Nominations. I meet that "Disced WAS BETTER THAN Infancy t tI ; to the fostering of Internal Improvements their old hatred of the Compromise;and they .. Free-Soilers, .is just the thing for us, inaa-
i; eminent and their continued devotion to the ti i and the organization, of your must perforce stick Judge Broome on the much a it declares that all men are bolo
v .; !" ) {
, constitution and the Union do the THE COMPROMISE{
. .;;,.... following as the political sentiments, proclaim" and lI! ; with the Federal! authorities for the of the people, or they have been contending for in our efforts
for the establishment and maintenance TOTEIELD SCOTT. that Judge Broome made such a declaration i resentlpvernor. support t
,;. 't *r'.' of which their national organization literally and in substance, at vanutw' places i the Indians are in process of actual re- will be doomed to a lower depth than the limit and abolish slavery in the Southery ."_

. :-..".*:,-'.'.-:.: as a party is effected : FOR VICE PRESIDENT : in Middle Floiida, pending the consideration moval. Should his: work remain unfinishedat deep into which they once plunged! the par- V "convenient platform Judge Brooms,
The of the United Statesis
t. lr government the of his term, it will find an, I and they select Mr. Maxwell. The admits that the platform gives this adran.
-- expiration ty
: and after the of the
i of it limited character, and it is: confined! passage Compromisemeasures I ,
,.; :. to the exercise of powers expressly granted?: 'VI. A. GRAII1UI. by publishing certificates to that efficient coadjutor: in GEORGE T. WARD. I game; is made up-the plan is laid off. Mr. tae: to the Free-soilcr! Tell it not-ia

.'- : i by the constitution, and R'uch.u may be neeessary _____ _w effect from the following persons : Whigs-Brother Whigs!-we again en- Democracy stalks abroad with a Compromise Florida .
'
'P. : and proper for carrying the granted: FOR ELECTORS FOR FLORIDA. JOSEPH CLISBY, treat lOU to rally unitedly. Believe not the Union mask looking one way, and a The Projected linprorements .
i into full execution and that all '
: -
,. : !" trs powers not thus granted or necessarily implied I povi J. P. SANDERSON: of Duval Oo. WM. L. THOMPSON: false assertion of Winfield Scott having disunion visor confronting the other. I East h'lorida.lYe In
I). P. 110GUE, W1\{. II. SEW AIm. Scott, this is not two faces suit the
countenanced to
.. '. :: are expressly I reserved! to the States, respectively } T. RANDALL, of Leon Go. UOBT S. HAYWARD assuming; feel at liberty transfer the follow
-'-. and to the! peop'e.! in his address to the Mississippi delegation, occasion, the E\ster:: Committee were entirely -
.. .. J. J. FINLEY, of Jackson Co. J. ATKINSON, ng letter'to our columns, although
The Slate should he helJ
2.
' governments HALEY T. BLOCKER[ has stamped the slandor: as it deserves innocent of any tricking in their version addres
:: ;; secure in their received right! and! the gen --------- to us as private, inasmuch as it
.(' ', R. A. SHINE. This will be told you to impair the strengthof of the Nicholson letter. relate entirely
government! sustained in its constitution FOR CONGRESS. to _of general interest.
CHAS. BA NER\tAN.: state candidates. Show those who matterj I was
al and the Union should be reveled your
powers
Principles not made Known.We received bcforeJJae issue of last
n '. and watched over as -the palladium cf our EDWARD C. CABELU The following is an extract from Mr.IIlyward's persist in propagating the libel that injusticewill our paper,
.
. ,;. : l.berties.: letter but we were unabie to give it an immediate
"I FOR GOVERNOR.: : incite you the more boldly now to duty have not yet observed in the Democratic
. .... 3. That, while struggling::; freedom everywhere I am fully satisfied that I have heard to the State, that success may make more of this State, during the insertion.
: enlists the of th presses present
.1 warmest sympathy e
Judge Broome, since the of the Compromise
GEORGE T. WARD.
passage
Whig: party, we still adhere! to the doctiines measures" say, without qualification, grateful the task of sealing your devotion canvas, the entire party creed adopted \WASHINGTON, S pt. 14th,1353. c
.:: ... '. of the Father of his County, Has announ- ________.-A drat lie u'asJQr Disunion ; and 1 believe I will to; Whig principles, by voting tor Whig al Baltimore. One of its articles adopts the DEAR SIR : I have not written you Since

,.. : : ted: in his Farewell Addles=, of kt-aPr our- FOR ASSKMBLTMEN.EDWARD: : be conliimed in my recollection by any candid electors, in November next. Whigs, do Virginia resolutions of 1798. ,We will ven- I have been in Washington, and the .
reason
: :: elves free from all alliances with
+ entangling: HOPKINS. man who has beard him speak upon the that all of Democratic friends is time
.l your duty ture to say our my during the session of
foreign countries and of never quitting our Congresswas
in since those
subject public or private,
BALDWIN.
ABEL S. *
,- '. own to stand upon foreign ground. 'J ha te measures became laws. I was astonishedto Swallowing the Pill. have not read those resolutions. Why Jo so much occupied with busnes and y

: ,, ,, our mission as a republic is nut to (propqgat -" learn that he denied a position assumed not the Democratic presses publish them 1 anxiety a to the business, entrusted to me
,1; our opinions, or impose on other countries t -lIon. BrcKt.NCiiAM SMITH: Exsec'yof &o fate ns 1850, and again and again avowed It appears,after ail, the News has run up Are they afrad; to let them be seen becausethe that I could not attend much to ,
:. our form ol government by artifice or force, Legation: :: to Mexico, arrived at this place, since that tune. Bal'beaud Johnson as: correspon
the of Messrs.
names Free-soil allies of Pierce, Judge Broome, dence. The result of
but to teach by example and show, by our I oT,', my mission you have
- en route to St. Augustine, his residence, by am, very respectfully, your eerv't, candidateYhat
t', 1 access! moderation, and justice, the !blessings ROBERT b. HAY ARD. the regular" / Democratic and Mr. Maxwell accept them as rendering of course heard before this. We have two
.. .. ., of self-government: and! the advantages: the steamer Florida, on Wednesday last, accompanied Tallahassee( Sept. 24'/j. has become of the supplemental nominees nugatory the Fugitive Slave law \ The Declaration appropriations of S10,000 each applicable to

:" ': of free institutions.1 by his family. Gov. Brown states, that in a conversation )Jes&rs. Haynes and Phillips, we are not infoimed. of Independence is also adopted in the improvement of the St. John's Bar and
: 4. That where the make and
people enn--
We have the A week or so since, they were tin the which would Lighthouse and in fact
.. c trol the government they should obey its again to acknowledge with him, after the passage of the Compromise platform- be \"el enoughif ; intimately connected

, J. constitution, laws, and treaties, a* the])' periodical receipt of late Northern papers ineawtes, Judge Bntome argued IN FAVOR regular nominees, according to the under. that wan not also taken as a "sop'' to with this, and in part growing out of the improvement

would retain their sclf-i respect] and: teres. by the steamer Florida, from the office of f OF A :SOUTHERN CONFEDERACY. s.an.ling; of the supplemental. The edito John Van Buren & Co. of the St. John's, an

:,'J.:, .a- rect which they claim and will enforce fiomforeign I the Charleston Courier, since our former The following letter of Mr. Atkinson cor- of the News, after several severe retchingover l is bad enough to publish par of a plat of $20,000 was made for the'survey approprtiol of a ship

5. Government: powem. should) be conducted upon mention of this acceptahe! favor. These: robborates this statement : the original woikingmen's nomination, form, and to be compelled to repudiate it in canal across the Peninsula of Florida. It

. ', ?; principles of the stricter economy, and 'j papers are always at the service of stranger: :HEAR TALLAHASSEE, has deliberately caved in, or dodged in, to it- practice; but to conceal l or keep back other was thought by the topographical engineers

o i r' revenue sufficient for the expenses thereof: and others who may wish: to pee late N ortiv Sept. 13, 1332.Joseph ; hard to tell which. lie has dodged so oft n porno s is intolerable. People who are told or by the friends of the projectthat if theSt.
... ': ;vttTy in time of peace, ought to lie I mainly derivedfrom I Clhby! E,lJr.., since in to political l matters John's
1845 regard
dates office. relies its should! could be
ern by calling at our DEAR SIR Your letter of 15th instant : Democracy on principles, a t opened, the ship or other
::;: .. a duty on imports, and not from direct :- .
.:: taxes: and in levying such dr.tie; : sound Highly Important- --Removal of came to hind on the (dny before yesterday., first from Wbiggery; then on the Compromise least be entitled to a full exposition of thus& canal might be practicable by getting a

: ''-. policy requires a just discrimination. and ; the Indians. but ill-health prevented my answering i it then on the Union question, that the principles. Why are the Virginia icsolu- soothing! in the'St.. John's, so that the ridge

'.: ". : protection from fraud by specific duties when sooner than the present. last dodge on the County ticket must be an I tions not published ? The Jacksonville e existing between the Atlantic and

x' practicable, whereby suitable encouragement: The following note was received by us:, Tlia enquiries von make in relation to a easy one. 11'.. certainly the prettiest doJgof Ntw can find{ room week after week for might be traversed at a point so low down Gal
; matter that occurred as long; ado: as hu;
be assured to American industry, you
" '_ '..:. may equally to all classes and to all portions of f from an authentic source, through the mail 1 refer to, would 1 be difficult to ans-ver, were all.! He has swallovreJ the pill"; '-th what it Jeihcrately, but untruthfully calls as to find water to supply the,su-nmlt: ; level.I .

' the country. on Sunday last: it not that the subject made a firm impica' Working Ticket has inextricably hooked' "'Abolition" extracts from the Florida Republican am under the impression that the character

,r .. ; 6. The constitution: reds in Congress the WASHINGTON; Sept. 22, 1852. sion upon my mind at the time. jffij r' "him. Hear what he last says in running up ; but it can afford! no space for I of the soil may furnish obstructions of an
r : ; to anJ haiborg and Mr. DREW Dear Sir; Bowlegs, I would state that I Iva!' piewnt at a Bai
power open repair: remove : : Billy the ticket : part of its o\vn platform which the abolitionists insuperable character, but the
,;. bacne given by the Southern Rights i. Aso- fj't
obstructions from surveyvi
navigable rivers ;I and those with him, have this day signed a: this regularly and fITly contains "abolition" for be of value
,
t' and it is expedient that Congress should ev- ciation of Centrevi'le. in the vicinity of Capt e hOle ticket say enough great to our State. I will be,
. ';. erase that power, whenever such improve treaty agreeing to go west. Loter's, about twelve mu.tbs since. A t 1Iom ( [a very ::; story frmllat them. The Newt is shocked afthe idea of f first, hydrographical, in sounding out the
: ": &c. that meeting, others, Judge(! Broome tui.l a /oi might since, will meet the
:; merits are necessary for the common defeat I Yours among our articles being written for "party effect." channel of the river; in
.. cord-al the Oar candidates geographical, fixing
After review suppOitof party.
.addressed the Association.! ; .
: : or for the election and facility of commerce We also find the following in our Savannah
: pi i and have titles to herald them Bat it can swear tho e article are the quint the points with accuracy :
criticising no
. with ; nations the ing the Compromise measures, high-bounding topographical, so
' -:, ., Stale ; such improvements foreign" being or,among in exchanges by the same mail : : them with his peculiar tact, toward, to the put l1c., They are plain, hard-work- escence of abolitionism, and dose its readerswith far as locating and levelling the route ; ands

:;i .. instance, national and general in their every char TilE FLORID INDIANS,-The Washington 1 the conclusion of his remarks, the Judge bug. mrchanics, and they possess that practical them week after week, and al flit geological, in ascertaining the character of

.. :. acter. Republic learns, but not officially, that said : he despaired qf ever netting redress common sense whica.best qualifies mEn for the worst kind of l'patty effect r Such the soil through which the route will
I arrangements have been entered inflicted to lounderstandlhe wants of their fellovr-citi- pa.
: : preliminary l for these grievances! by the
7. The federal anJ State :
..': ;. .. of one alike governments for are the into with Billy Bowlejr. by the Commissioner Noith, and for himself independently othose '- zees a:>d to 1 legNlate for their Ivanlagc. conduct is: only equalle! I by the Hinds County These surveys will furnish us a vast amount
parts system,
I':; "'-. common prosperity, peace necessary and security.. and of Indian<< ; Affiits, for the removal ofthe t things: he thought tile South woul-Ii I (Miss.) Southern Rights Club a year or of valuable information regarding our State,
E.;.:. ought to be regarded; alike with a cordial I I, remnant of the :Seminoles: now in Florida l le infinitely hotter off were the I>bep.iiate-i A Hard Hit. !so' ago, which actual)' circulated in the and will be advantageous to us in ,
I river and l lthat mary
we'-tof the :
:- habitual, and immovable to the Mississippi from the North and he was in favo South, of the Boston I
attachment. Respect little do copies
will duringthe Wefrith of course have I legitimately to Emancipator ways. trust our citizens will be ready to
the commence .
emigration of Southern and
the a Confederacy, at once
," for in the authority coiibtitutional each, and acquiescence of each present session. Every thing neces[), For himself, he could lIot'!see the ternbl the handbill anT newspaper controversy to illustrate, forsooth, the extreme jealousyof second the efforts of the Government in

. ." are duties require by the plainest measures considerations ,I to their comfort on the journey" and at theirne.v calamities were to helot the people: ot t lately going on between our News neighborall the "club" for Southern Rights. making these surveys, and freely communicate -

: of national; of State, and of individual I bodies, will be afforded.! the South in such an event w hick had been tlie ', :Many Democrats" who it Shave Cheering Accounts. to the officers entrusted with the work

'.. .; welfare. Dr. Baldwin's Acceptance. depicted so vividly by some Statesmen. carried the day for the first regular any information which may be in their possession
;. 8. The series: of acts of the 1 would state in conclusion, that this is The Ocala! of comes
. 31st Congress i ticket. But weeannot forego extracting the Conservator the 13th, calculated! to facilitate their labors.
the I heard Jnd
: known the 1sj2; only public speeeh' ever ; e
:: 23J
'commonly JACKSONVILLE, ,
as CompromiseAdjustment or : ept
v }
.
: : the act for the of Broome make, and my recolection of these fallowing hard hit from the circular of the tons with the most gratifying report of the The amount of valuable
( fag Jacksonvillethis informationVich
recovery DAR SIR : On return to
:: :: tives from labor included) are received and I in my : of note informing (positions is so distinct, that I would be willing latter of the 15th inst. How sweetly they efforts of the Whig speakers at the appointment is to result! from this survey may .

,: c acquiesced in by the Whigs, of the United day. am receipt your lo quahh to them have brought the New into harmony in that place on that day. -Ile Conservator's manner be greatly increased; and it ,will all
.' : : nn ) makes
three columns 1
: ;zx! substance, of the pubjects to which tl.ey: re. I to represent: the county in rue lieu .res: ;iv.I' J. ATKINSON. What can be the objection; to tbe pro report ul some have an important practical bearing upon
,:;-, ; late ; and, so far as these acts; are concerned 1 I, of the Legilatuie of our State. ceedings of the Convention, or the position' of that paper. \r e regret we are precluded the prosperity of our growing State. And '
e., we will maintain. them, an I insist on their Th last appeal for the State 'Election. or standing of the candidates{; we ari unable from copying it as presented, Coi. every effort should be male wipe
;.'- Notwithstanding; my engagements! are ofa to leain. Is it not cnnsi.-tent with t away
': strict enforcement, until time and exper.eiicefhall : This the last pfcelt' Ward, in maintained 1 the discussion the which
." demonstrate the of lurther character requiring my presence at home, : appeal we will be enabled< necessity to make to our Whig brethren roles showing that Judge Broome loses all the! attaches to Florida in the minds
: I previous to.. not accenting to aJoptfd, there is non of
legislation
I !
to guard against! the evas.on; of: am induced to accede to the wMies of my .
:, the laws on the one hand, and the abuse! of' friends, FO flatteringly expressed iu their re- the State election, will reach most of our I e of nominating delegates to attend aConeiltIOIl laurels he won by boasting that he was a members of Congress. Senator BRIGHT.
,.'" :'. their powers on the other-not impairing readers before Monday i.est. Whigs! !- \' VROM THE FUT THAT MEN ARE TO Union man in South Carolina: in the days arose in bis place, and said he was free to -
cent Convention, especially: as mallets of
RATHER
riKFERRU THAN PRINCIPLES
their present efficiency to carry out the requirement I brother gi'-Whigs! of M8, 50, and. DP which t' of nullification, in that he has departedsadly acknowledge that he looked with
of ore coii-titutiou and importance to the East, connected with; our is tantamount to an acknowledgment sic
deprecate
; we I '52, we make one appeal to 'ou. of their formed from that faith, in the he now project or claim
': ) all further agitation of the questionsthus internal improvement policy, and in which I you ere } having a new party more position upon any comes

.. : : settled, as dangerous lo our peace, and take a deep! interest, arc }likely to hold a I cast your votes On Monday!:: next you areprivileged formidable." occupies in his adopted State-the Jositionin from Florida. This feeling is an injury t

''.. .'. ;-.. will d.scountrnance; all effmts to continueor 1 prominent' place in the proceedings of the to exercise the prerogative of No doubt a good many Democrats feel l which be imrnovbl. fixed himsel 1 our State, and will continue to operate t

.. ... renew such agitation, whenever, where- Fieemen in choosing those who are to make the necessity taking matters into their 1850, when the Compromise our disadvantage until we can overcome it.
however ; I ensuing session of the Legislature.: ,
: .r ever, or made and will
.;. ,. this settlement essential; :: : "e to the maintain Yours truly, and administer your laws. You are called own hands occasionally thus speaking) rendered the Union accurseJ, "tore (to use There is certainly a crisis in oar affairs at
it a.
...-.. tionality of the WLig party and the integrity A. S. BALDWIN.To upon to cast your votes for a member of the: I out ; or they' would! soon find themselves i n his own words) the Constitution to jags and (hand, and we have our destiny in our ow

'- i of the Union. Maj. F. C. BARRETT. Consrcss'hich dates its existence from the I the position of poor Christopher Sly when tatters" and made DISUNION "preferable.1 control, to be shaped for prosperity or the

, ': ;," President J. G. CHAPMAN, of Maryland, 4ih day of Match next, for Governor of tie awoke in the castle bed chamber,,and instead In this, remark. theConservator, Judge reverse. I our project succeeds, (oh.bic

,.I of the. A.IF/t-g LIPTON: Xatumal, of Lout Convention.R. ,. Our Prospects iu Duval. \ourState: and, for Representatives'- in the of "sack and conserves"' which he Broome "goes a bow-shot beyond e\'er no doubt is expressed by the most .practical

t Secretary of the Whig National Convention.ana, Our distant friends will be gratified!: with Legislature of the State which assembles i in had been dreaming of begged for :a "pot of f the rational view" taken of Federal aggression and scientific men of our Goverment) oar .

the assurance that our prospects are cheering November next. Your candidates have be E-maI ale." by South Carolina nullifiers. course is onward with a celerity unexampled
:! 4 :J Will come familiar to For the suhj ct of the Tariff ant Inter at least in
J. Irishmen Support British in Duval, where the incidents of the you. Congress, E. C. POLITICAL HACKS"' OF THE WORST Upon our history. The friend
Policy I canvass fall immediately under our notice. CABELL ; for Governor, GEORGE T. SORT. nal Improvements, it is conclusive to say of the Central Railroad are now deirus

:,J"'j NEW VonK, Monday, ficpf. 6,141:. We hear of a good Whig who was asked, WARD ; stand as the WHIG TICKET for that Mr. Iawel, in reply to Col. Ward', connecting with the St. John: 3. I a more

To the Editor of fie New York Tribune: "How can you support Scott-did you not the State of Florida. You have no other We have teen a great deal in the Democratic complained that he (Col. W.,) "iuo PREACH. and! more convinced of the correctness of my

I am an Irishman though a naturalize.l'Cllrzen say not long since that you would not support candidates, bearing: in their hands the glorious papers of late about political PARTY KD DEMOCRATIC DOCTRINE !" Yes, and views formerly expressed in regard to the

. of the United States. I wish to say him V* ..y c1'," said the Whig, "I did Whig banner, in the field. If you vote HACKS.1'. We had no idea that Judge Bromewas have not the Whigs always"preached Democratic Brunswick scheme, and I believe our friend

J one word on politics, h it true that the so, but I bad no !idea were going for them, you come up manfully to the )performance the original author of the sonbriquet, doctrine !" Is it not Democratic doc of the Middle and West will see that it
> leading English!' I say you : i
f
: in
favor of
papers are theelection
. of a sacred, a patriotic duty. If f and that he had manufactured it exactly) to trine to contend for the interests of American for their interest for
of Gen. Pierce, as likely to benefit to put up such a candidate! as Pierce. That as \vel as ,the interest
f"ri, the cotton lords Manchester, Birmingham: m, fact alone would induce me to change any you vote for their opponents' yon are not fit himself: and his editorial adherents, until 1 labor, when underbid and undermintd of the entire State, to concentrate its trade

; and other manufacturing English Towns?- purpose. If you, gentlemen Democrats Whigs ; if you remain apathetic, and keep our eye fell upon the following, being an by the cheap pauper labor of Eur.pe Is i it upon the St. John's. It is not necessary "

!!l:4r;: _.;: my If so fatherland:, m}' vote,is whose decided life-blood for Scott has Lovii been g could support a man who is on record us, away from.the ballot box, you do that whichis extract of a letter by Judge Broome to not British protection I'octinevbicb entities for us to speculate a to the probable result

.N';. trampled out by the English: trade and mare u- voting against all Internal Improvementbills equivalent to voting for your opponents Thomas Ritchie, of the Washington Union Gen. Pierce to be regarded by the London which will follow the accomplishment of

c ..:. faclurers' policy,. I cannot uphold any manor -who voted!! against giving y the widow neither of which courses: we are sure Whigs; written before the passage of the Compromise Times as "A VALUABLE PRACTICAL ALLYOF this work, but it must be evident that it i j

;., cursed party anywhere that promises to aid that of Gen. Harrison a email pittance of his can in justice to themselves or their principles measures, when it was thought the re:: BRITISH INTERESTS ?" I not the Whig of.vast importance to the country and the
; .
English
.:tr eloquent Meagher! policy., i ill 1847 Did, in not Dublin our ,own declare pay-who voted! against:; the revolutionary pursue. Those principles, so far as a suIt which Judge Broome predicted from, I doctrine Democratic, which boldly recognizes evidence of the impression made upon the

(. : :. that this English policy had robbed soldier, and against the Indian fighters I national administration is concerned, we and which he preferred to, their passage, the right of the Federal Govermentto members of Congress is that it received no '

,,y,' Ireland of her manufacture palsied her ir. industry can vote for old Scott with.a relish, andY again lay before your view. B p hold the would be a popular thing : make appropriations for Internal Improvement opposition in either branch ,of that body.

.:; '; Irishman, and mined her trade ? and can an take back all I said against: hrm. But i if broad Republican, expansive: truly Demo JUDGE BllOOME TELLING WHO TIE "PARTY.HACKS" in the State, by which labor can be There j is appropriated also $3,000 for open t

::j. horn, help that policy to longer or Scott asbal Pierce in all cratic Whig platform.! Read itscrutinizeit ARE employed, fosteieJ, and Does ing the Halifax into the Indian at the 1
these
".1i fir stronger life ? I am told that that toriesl was as res- "If it were possible to that 'Adjust comJ\ensate\1 rive
.1b of papers. -The London Times," which peels cult yet Pierce had made himself so ; for it will bear scrutiny; and examination. ment,' it would only add pass fuel to the flame not the Democratic. doctrine assert that appropriations Haulover, and some $3,000 to fill up behindthe

1+# bas repeatedly exulted over the desolationof much worse by the speech he delivered at In it will be found an unequivocal The passage of that bill would dissolve tfte: for removing lars and Improving sea-wail at St. Augustine.A. .

. Ireland J, claims that the election of lJr.3 New Boston, would e.. then feel boundto endorsement of the last great principle for Union quicker than the application of the harbor (such a!have just been granted S. BALDWIN.
s: ;; Pierce will I be worth millions, lo Manchester which you contended! when' found WILMOT PROVISO to the Territories of for Florida
its and unconstitutionanI l
for Scott in jo' ,} are illegal C. DREW
vote preference. ,
This i is
": and
\1.' Birmingham Is it ? Eq.
: so' 1 be New Mexico &c. I 'have
been
may
establishment linked with as a quiet
the destiny and! does-such is the doctrine of the
l wrong! but I believe Irishmen are not fond somewhat the tenor of'a late dialogue be observer, (enjoying a correspondence somewhat Democratic TA **
...' J of British parties nor of parties advocated tween a Whig and a Democrat in this coon : perpetuity of your blessed Union. Look to extensive,) amazed at what appearsto platform-the doctrine advocated by Joseph- Grlee. t

i=i'' by British Tories. Will lOll nut, not for ty. And it well illustrates the firmness of I the ranks of your opponents, amt. ask yourself me to be the want ol correct information Judge Browne and Mr. Maxwell-the doc This is the name of a beautiful new res

p r'':' my Irishmen sake, but for know the who fake of trulh, that: a host of other Whig who are but now if the chief traducers of that principleare at Washirjgton in reference to the publicsentiment trine practiced rigidly by Gen. Pierce, as his sal which has just been lying in' this pn

may they are ser r not marshall among them 1 While at the South. The political hacksat votes in Congress undeniably show. Our owned Joseph Grice, New .
e ..' fog, publish what these English papers dosay getting their eyes open to the real meritsof the South take anything that by Eq.of
f. -also, what Mr. Mea lJer said about the respective candidates. your candidates endorse that principle- would preserve woul integrity of their respective opponent would place a in the position of Her appearance is the more gratifying in oar

h i ,: British policy! in 1847 ? Uf us have the We tell our friends: the Whig heart Is pul wear it upon their breasts as a sacred ephod} political' putiesj; but the masses have advocating enormous protection to Northern waters as she is one of a line of reg1

::4 truth in brief, and, obligeYours &c., sating strongly. Democrats: themselves adorned with the precious jewels of the ce interests in this question which politicians capitalists. We positively deny the packets, owned in whole and in part M.

,:. JOHN McDERMOT. yield that we will elect our county ticket. mented Slates-your opponents ban sac into cannot their control.own hands.They will You take will the mater false assumption, and need only refer to the Gnce, and'intended for regular and exclusive

. ..J And we rely solely on our broad principles I" riligiously trampled it under foot and now anything more about the southern never delegatesto r words of the glorious Whig platform to trade between our river and the great

; \Ve like'a good thing,and! if this can make to carry successfully our State and national I presumptuously ak elevation from those the Baltimore Convention, ules this question sustain ns. Does the following claim any Northern emporium. She has a consort similar

capital against ua we are willing to let it I.I.it ticket. Weare pledged each to the otheras who rescued from desecration. Look with is settled on the basis of the Missouri i such kind of protection I this not truly in model to herself, which has made a,

t.., go 4:>, A,Texas Whig editor stopped bis press' brethren to give Duval to Scott, Cabell, pride upon the other articles of the Whig Compromise line"Two Democratic doctrine :" trip previous to that of the "Joseph Grc"and

;1t:"i. to announce the nomination of Scott and Ward, and the Whig nominees on our coon faith-of the capacity of nun for self-gov. Faces. 5. Government should be conducted upon a third vessel has been also added t te

.r' Grabam. and then went on and aid : ty ticket. ernment-recognition of relative powers inState [ principles of tbe strictest economy, and revenue line. The business connection of the enter
:'\i "Gen Scott, the hero of several wars, and : and Federal Governments- "Oh there can't be an objection to Mr. sufficient for the expenses'thereof i in trade of oar
lumber
.1'f the conqueror! of Mexico, is too well known Our sister countieiluljacent. ,..., J also send us of the Union as 'the palladium of our liberties" eMitxwell," said the when the time of peace, ought to be mainly derived prising owner with the
,.;: tti need comment: cheering grf ejng*. Keep the ball a rolling. D-mocrats from a duty on imports, and not direct taxes; river has induced him to establish this packet
r'i *------- -fidelity to tbe precepts: } Washing State nominations were first made. "He i ia is and in levying such duties, sound and
i; policy
i "Mr. Graham is well known lo the uolit-1 i' ; require line, which in its regularity punctuality
ttI ical and literary world, more! especially to Itt@Uur acouuls from the West inform us ton against foreign al.Jiances-constitution- Union and ,C promise rnanneversaid a just discrimination, and protectionfrom always secure a prompt compliance

:'(; ''ol ihe literary;he having! for some years back thai Judge Broome is making charges against ality of Internal' Improvemenopos} anything 'ab preferring a dissolution fraud by specific duties when practicable with\i orders of our merchants and others .

!: .' e en engaged,in! publishingGraham'* Ma;- the present State administration of extravagant to further acqufsitiona of territory;Distri- or about tearing the Constitution to whereby suitable encouragement may York. The vessel lately i in port
he assured to American New
which work equally to upon ,
:r,. zine, as a literary ,stands une- expenditures, specifying the outlays incident button, of public (Jands equally all' rags and tatters: But that industry
, :Vaalled'in' America. "among was a nr'atriki'ng all classes, and to all portions of the coon is entirely new in timbew,canvass, and flag*,

.. MVilb two 'such standard bearers, th to the operations of Gen. Hopkins, the States. These are the doctrines embodied reason why there should be oa,the try.The and attracted many visitors, through tj

jfyfaigt! know.no" dcleftl. Nine cheers for tht e&c in bis efforts to" remove the Indian in'the Whig creed, and emanating fromthe ticket some one who had said ,just, iich report of the Ocala proceedings announces invitatiomof her commander, Cpt'p- e

..4liltetJ.' #-'" _- eThe Judge touched that subject very charilyin spirit in which the Republic was formed. things, and who therefore cull: just,represent also that Col. Sanderson, in his Rogers, who on the occasion gratified bu '

; 'Titretint. l man 'that t Frank Pierce visited these parts Whigs t sustain your candidates; as the the disunion wing of the Florida Democracy share of the controversy, again exposed tbe ,bests with his.hospitality,.a well a wjfli.he

after bis iio Tninatpnfftr? tho Pr uii neyt; was, Such complaints would be unfortunate at representatives of( these doctrine *' .' : therefore James E.:,Broome,was put ingenuity, or_disinjenuity,of the 'B ltmoreplatrorm : beauties of his handsome craft -,

t ITbonSas W.Dorr the lawleli Jrnder ct the this time about here, when the Indians are E. C: CABELL has devoted himself faithfully on the ticket. Now this,' we say; is a two of the Democracy, }in".promnlging

:iko.e Itlandoutjatrtl; ,', in e.l it way.of t"'t I' 9\'a1. '.,; ,,to' your... service.- .. ,. An eouroeratioo of faced ticket; the leaders of the Democracy the reslat\on\ of '98 of Virginia-by which IDn't tote tbe Van Boi.n Tkkifc -

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fI to Gen. Scott. |We republi the following correspondence I 0>AuoUier Scientific Wonder I-JJ-p01t.
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-rnemr&n< to Art of Onnrmn. b ft-. ycu ST JOHIPS SEMINARY OF LEAL1tING
4 between Gens. Hopkins and Blake, because TAUT TO DrgyErncs,-J5r. J. 8. IfOUnilTOX ISM, *7 J. S. mUGtlTOX, M. ili ta u.tlerk',. I
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& Van Baren jiap lie rierre have been *''v'n circulation another and different; letter was erroneously 1 Gtslnc J-.ia. prepared from KKSXET, or the Wfrict iff Pwu-Ttf nU. t ? '
t r&a FOCRTn STPJIACH OT THE f>x, &n\t directions of Another Scientific rJ11a. ExereL.. e fthl* Institution m. f
"G Jetter of JosePh M. White, the former in erted as the reply! of Gen. B. when Gen. Baron LIEREQ, the gut phyiologic Ch-mist Wonder! .5' rosumedoaTt2ESDATtb.6tkjLfy lsd p,;

1.att in Con!!!! from Florida, written Hopkins' letter was before published: by / S. HOUGU10N M. JJ, ITuladelpbia. QREAT CURE FORDYSPEPSIA andi'f the saperiateadeae *I Ur.ISAAC AULD/ :

}il' 1836 asking the withdrawal of F n MVEES, August 6,1852Gen. This ,U truly a wonMfol remedy for IN- IL.I). I 1
fron th! command in Flori$ !'a. DTOESTION DYSPEPSIA. JAUNDTCE, Th* Trst'teet tlrftat picasnr* 1sj aaiiinff**
fOtt LCTHER BLAKE: LIVER COMPLAINT, CO.YSTIP.ATION"iJ icg to the Patrons of to*&nuBry aed th*.cabjl : t,
""' par carefully omit to publish' In com-rmnication and I 8. PROCLAMA TIO "Icrall theft entire confidence in Dr. as .
Sir; a of the 27th July, DEBILITY earing after SATCKI'S owj DR. J. HOUGHTON'S Aau a
B1f0ijovnng! letter, written erqueuily from tbe governor of the State of Florida to METHonby'CATCRI' OWN ASF.TT.the GASTRIC is hcrtW given that an ELECTION leather. Fr&t ti-a! success 'hi h tifctao ttrsjl* 1 p
rcr. "'Jite. rnakins amends for tie in. I instructed confer JUI' E. Pamphlets, coctainU) Scientific evi NOTICE bell throughout the State ot Florida tended the tnttrpri, the Trustee feel M asm 1
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am :itli
me to
to that officer tWAZQIXOTON i you (as dence of it. value furnished by Agents gra($. .oa Tuesday November 2i, proximo for anco thu..tby will! ru3cce-l in building; .p a F.
jgUCt e special agent of the United States for the In. C-: ee the advertisement.Cbarleston 11211p Electors of President and Vice President of the School eiactly adopted to the want .f the i itaonity. ssm: : .

December 13 IS3S.c i dians now remaining in Florida: ) in relationto -- .- United tatu. Namber to bfo chosen thret '

I *** informed for the first lime to- their ppeeJy and filial removal! : saying Cone at the Capital, in TalUhaate, this 10th TbeirobectistoestabPshonapermsnoutba- in
t-thV O) setter to tbe resident of the further, it is his wish that I should and Florida Line. day of Aa2u t, A. D.1S.i2THOS. ns;an initatibn ia which the aiod of thepapfljthitli J
cooperate be orcc&'jr edaeatrd. Prompted aa ,
BROWN oy ; .
Wj.; {fates of May la't, had been coroV with you in your efforts for their peaceable The Splendid New Faeket-eteamer By the Governor-Attest: !& earnest desire to promote the welfare of the rulai ; }

rl. wJ to the Court ot Inquiry of which removal!, and commit no act by which FLORIDA C W. DOWXIXO.Setretary '. ge eruUon. aDd fccrf as* the prwj> rity of ..f j.

,cae; ;rrfi iJer.t. to be used as evidence that desirable object would be the least oh. cf Store.Aog. young and crowing btate. they rely with eonl

f'-jt JJijor General Scott, whose conduce structed. As connected with his instructions CHARLES WILLEY. COMMANDER 21, 1952.PaR d.n e BJ on the ear-port of a patriotic enerou. .. : ,J,
e and eni.ghte&ed public to ustain then ia the a. .e
1 under examination."L I an in iuced, respectfully to i inquire whether f y ITS now running regularly on the ., cotnpIihraeDt or so noble a rttrpow. .

!places me in an attitude that I do nothooe the troops that hate /;, and are now Ui1dd *Lg t/5** JL Line between Charleston, and 2mLADELF. .1 1 Experience baa demofetraied beyond ft doott 1r*
St. John's
the river.
JL. to ot-cu pv-that of an accuser of the my cor.aiaad, will be of any benefit in etfcct Tne following Schednle has been adopted which THE TRUEDIGESTIVE PHILADELPHIAAf The the necessity exceedirgly of increasing of tit the* rates of taitioa. t:
rate have _
( bed officer i iijto who:* military oponsvou n the much desired object of your m.sionthe how the hours of arrival and departure at the J jfrI- t it foiled to prodar a fufileient fund past to meet KMnoa ta* ear- ,

are now inquiring.Snce"tbc Stae: still being willing to continue j various ports: FLUID itIr4.:4L SAVA SAH-- rent expvaws of the School. Tbe Trestee.he.4 I

I publication of that letter, [,..fJ them in service, should lOU oo require. anl I Leive Leave Charleston Tuesday, at 3 o'clock 1'.M. OK GASTRIC JUICE Steam Navigation Company. therefore, determined to adopt the Uowinf p fcnanentnte. :,'
in the Nat.ocal Itite.liever Jacksonville Wednesday,at 3 o'clock p.M. .*. wjueh they are satisfied: cannot c* 1 =,
tI; )la\.] I Lave, t>eli&ve the public good will be thereby bea- Leave Picolata \\ >dnetday, at 7 o'clock P. M.RETfKSING The deeineJ ezorbiult by who will ta.- I
from one lift
REIHEI- the fourth new and aay
. : my own name. as an act ofiice efitted. Prepared or STOMACH splendid siie.w 1el steam hip t
CtTi op THE ox. after dir'cti ds of Caroa LIE Icr, STATE OF U Central Scott corrected, upon bet- Yours, with high respect, Leave Leave Palatka Ihcolata Thur-idsy, at 7 o'clock *. H. the great Physiological Chemist,by J ::t Hough- Captain J. E \\-alton, has cojaujereo-1 her regular RATES O"F TUITION: I .1.1pu'uU l'
at 10 o'eJOI'k)1.
; fmatfli: the complaints which I B. HOPKINS, Leave Black Creek Tbureday.Thursday, at I o'clock ton. I. D., Philadelphia, Pa. trip, and will leave Savannah on Wednesday, ( w ACVASCE)-rn session OF frr 1
dutas the of P.M. This is a truly wonderful for ; the 2 1 day (.r J and ulternate t !
aeend it my representative Maj. Gen. 2J Division Fla. Militia and Special! Leave Jacksonville Friday, at 3 o'clock A. X. remedy Ind'gej- one. every Wedces- XO\TBS. ";1.
of Florida to make Agent. sion, Dyspepsia,J.int.dite, Liver Complaint, Con. day there j ft*r-say on the lf th and 30th Jane, .
against The f
accommodations for For :
people passengers are unsar- and -after 14th and 2bh 1UU 25th Sjitlling. Rel.dngritin: :. Primary : ,
:be' Etipation. Debility, caring Nature's I July, and Aazrut. aad so .,
Jam unwiliin;; ttat the first letter rassed by those of any boat ever placed oa the oa. grapuyaud Primary Arithmetic. $3 uI ,
method by .Nature's the Gastric
b JII te laid before the Court without the FORT Mi Hs, Fi..&., August 13th, 1S32. :t. John's. Freight and passage as low as by own Juice. own agent I C bin Pa "age to Philadelphia, $25 For Geography,Antbmetie L'rglish Grammar J At

:iI!l d. As have no copy of with inc at SIR: In an3wer to your note of 6lh inst.. I any other lino. J-Half! a teaspoonful of Pepsin, infu ed in Through Tickets to New York, 25 and Modern II story, 12 00 1 ,

co I take. this occasion to say thatMalari I in winch you say that you are directed by Any farther to either information of the undcr-igned can be obtained agents.by applying wat r, will digest or dissolve FirepjunJs of roast Steerage, - 9 For Chemistry Ancient Natural Ilitory.n.Philosophy.'ent Geography Natural s I '.;

pren the Governor to with in chief in about two hUTS, out of the stomacn. This ship ha been built with entire to t
I KitisSeJ upon a full and iTIlar.t.aI co-operate me my J. W. CALDWELL, Charleston. regard History,Pint Leseon fri Algebra, Geometry J!
rtiea- of the farts and c'rcuirmlances' I endeavors to remove the Seminoles, and ask. BELLEC11ASSE & FINNEttAX, principle Pepsin is of the the great Gastric element Juice-or the grpat Solvent Digestive lfthe safety admirable cofofl facilities and dispatch to bminess, and and offers travel.new and For Aeatfiniy, and Pbyslntogy 23 od !l r.
FOT higher branches
nnreted with the Florida campain anJ ing whether it will be of benefit to emigration Jacksonville. Find the Purifying, Prefervins, and Stimulating freight or passage, applr toPADELFOKD Rhetoric Moral Mathematics Lop 1 1'
R. It. REID Palatka. and
for the force have had and still of the Stomach and Intestines. It is Jntelket.ua1l'lWctSQ:1;
that Agent FAY & CO.
thenbefore the you ,
not Latin
evidence me, September 23, 1852. tf pev and Greek Lafifuages, 25 00 j i'
have in service continu I I extracted from the Digestive) btoniach of the Ox, in Savannah. .
Jjlaresnot to te attributed to Major Genii to ; reply, think Agents Fer Frencestra.. 10 00 i t.
they have been of mucii: benefit. and their thns forming AH ACTIFICIAI. DIGESTIVE FLHO, HERON & MARTIN, Contingent 00 Stf |t
Scott nor to causes which it was in his NEW YORKPACKET precisely like the natural Gastric Juice ia Its July 8-.tf Agents in Phiiade1r i ipene; t'1-
: to control or remove. IU Withdrawing now, I know wouid be very chemical towers, and foroishifcg a compete and There will be a publie ezamioadon at the t. ] r:1i:

juvrer intention to have availed injurious. LINE. perfect institute for it. By the aid of this pre SAMUEL HU YT, of the session-attendance on which will be oblig 1titory
It was my try- paration. the pains an-1 evil of Indigestion anilDyspepiia upon all! the students, unless a written r** t
gif of the 6r.1 appropriate occasion in the! Very respectfully, are removed jiut as they wouM be bya (Late of tlie Firm of Sam'I Iloyt fi C. queU to the contmry b* received from tbeJr p*- ""K

of Representatives, to have declared healthy Stomach. It is doing wonders fo Dyspeptics SaY..nal& Ga.) rents or -jroarjian*. t '
jjOIn
in mv place as an act of justice to a LUTHER BLAKE, curing cases of debility emaciation, nervous -lirOULD announce to his friends that.he* Hoir-I can be obtained ill pilate familie al 1.
I tin officer. Special Agent, &c. decline and dyspeptic Coniumptioi. supposed Y" has removed to Charleston, S C., so. from bight tor ten dollars per mouth. i t f
fstinpusheJ The New nnd Reguiar hue of Packets between 149 Last where he is do General CHARLES RUSSELL U
Gen. B. HOPKINS COln' and State to be on the derce of the grave. The Sticnt.Sc Bay prepared to a
In saying this I confine the corrigendum Agent. New York, Jacksonville and Palatka, composed evidenced on which it is based ia in the Cuuimi&ijun Business, and furnish to orderat Secretary of the Board of TruaUe I : !:J".I.ng.

t M Jus military operations. I neither intend Mutual Loan Association.At by the new and fast-sailing schooners highest degree curious and remarkable. all times any articles from the North or South 1, .\,

t, :.am or retract any tiling' I said of onrpH Grlcr, 270 tons A. ROGERS Com'r. that may be wanted for the Usual commission,as 19ltCOPARTNERSHIP. '.,

10 Order tip No. 48," reflecting on tbe people of a meeting of persona on Monday 1 JcrsryOak, IS tons, J. S. ROGERS Com'r, hCIENTtFIC EVIDENCE. well as receive and sell the same. And I pledge ;.t,

and, whilst I a.imit that there is last favorab'e the will ply regularly between the ports. Baron LJEBEO, in his celebrated work on Animal myself that all business entrusted to my tire t."ndenll. d. having leased the CITY t ;.044
Florida; evening to formation of An Artificial shall receive such attention as will ensure similar The
Chemutry Digestive VAV
:
have CrtiKrtxrtrthHf
i says l\IILL formed I
ouch palliation: in the older of a major gen- Mutual Loan Association, Hoa. Thomas' Agent in New Ynrk.JOEPII Fluid analjg'jus to the Gastric Juice. may be manifestation of their good will not .doubting for the purpose ofSAWING 11 !11j
Water .1.
GRICE
foiimled,! on the reports: of two of the Douglass presiding readily prepared from the mucous membrane of that my rjnaintance with northern aid southern -
jfjj
officers a-.id most con;p'cuo: >is citi- Tie constitution similar association Agents in Jack onville, the Stomach of the Ox, in which various articlesof msrketa will' enable inc to do as well u nay, LUMBER j JJ.
jjrhest: a B1SBEE & CANOVA. food as meat and EgS. will be grfUneJ.changed aiid better than manAl /. for th? Home Market, under the style and titlst l
ens of Flor.tla, I can never think that there alied'ly. in successful operation being read, Agent in Palatka and digrsted, hut in tie suns manneras o, Deabr in Puttsr, Cheese, PlAtter, Marble of Clark le Butler. 1 ..,.

Jras any just:i5c.Uion for the charge, how- it wa- moved by Judge Livingston that a R. K. DUKE. th y tfcull Le in the nvnan st'imzr.h" Dust. Cement Lime, aid Hair. JOHN CLARK, 4 1 ..

ever it may have originated, or by whomsoever committee of three persons be appointed by AH goods directed to their caro will be promptly Dr C'liiCK: in his valuable writings on the And, Agent for sundry ilafliine Mancfattories JOHN G. BUTLER. I :u

avouched or endorsed.If the Chair to into the of forwarded. Physiology of Digestion" observes that a north and south, as well as Jrilad C. Herring's ftJ-The: above subscribers would respectfully**. !; :
inquire
propriejy
has been luid before the September 4th, 132. 23-tf diminution of the Jai qaautity of Gastric Juiceis Fire-proof -a.fes. Ge..rgila.nd French Burr MillStones IBt the patronage of the public as they have ** t '.
mv letter obiaining: a charter before w<> proceed to or all of which will be furnished short
-- a prominent! and all-t-revaiiing can e of Dyspepfia ; on Ured into the badness for the express purpose of :
Court! I have to request ihal you will pre- ganize. Whereupon the Cha r appointed COW Hides Deer Sheep Otter and lie states teat -*a distinguished pro- notice, and at ni.-MafactureKj.rices. b
for their: deration Cash paid at all times for \\ ool,Green, Salted S A WirC LUMBER FOR jACCKftiTtUJC AND TH* \IJ
lent this cuiisi m t'&pd.ua- Hr.n. Judge Livingsin, Paran Moody, E.- te s-jrof melioi iu Loa.lDnrht was: severely
q. and Coon Skins, and Dry Hides, Deer aad Sheep Skins, flipping VJCIMTT.Thy :::1! :
afflicted with thij complaint. Cadin everything .
ton of the othtr.I and Rer, W. D. Harlow to .l ; -
the honor be compose sa EES-WAX. Wool, Tallow, &c., and aU else to fail, had recourse to the (iatriC Juice, obtained Furs, Ileeswajc Rd 3. llop Cuttings, Sea Alaaa will also have a Grist MiH attached to the } '
( have to Committee ; and upon lurther niotiou the B Country Produce of this kind pnrchased, : from the stooiistM of living a&imdLswLtcb Cotton i>eed. and Florid -\loss. Also, Soathfirn clnt't'and.. as they han the agency of on* 14.f:

i Your mot oSeti.enl servant Chl rnJ.i.a was requested to act with the for which the highest market cash prices will be proeei ron'etdy* KfC*{"!." Tanned Leather in the rough. of the Pl&nlngh.chme.s of Isaac Brown of Bal< t .J! '

JOSEPH !. WHITE.ToMj. Committee.! paid, or leather given in cxehar.ge, by I Dr. GRAHAM author of the famous works on"Vegetable fig-Terms cash variably. Refers to citizens tiiiKim, which will be operation in a few days, t ;:

j. Gen. MicioaB l'rc iJtat of the Ehe weetidg then aJjourned to JOHN l'. BAUM, Liet," says : '"Iti.i a remarkable of Savannah. geacrally. sep lti-Gm and which is entirely novel in this part of the '

ot ; Saturdayeireuir.g No. 236, King Street, Charleston, 8. C. fact in phybiology, that the stomachs of animals. country-and one of the firm being an old and experieueed : ;
; Court Inquiry. ueit.at half past 7 o'clock. sept 23 macerated in water, impart to the fluid the property Jacksonville Female Institute.MISS hand with all the above machinery, and1 '. 1- : :

J. E. JOHN.sON, Sec'y. of dl.l.ing'ariua articles of food and ofeffecting both of them being well acquainted with tb* .' i. .
J Gen. Jatk on's ivay of u Defending BUFFINGTOH HOUSE, -a kind of artificial digestion of them in P. SWART AND MRS. M. MARLOW, wants of the City in their line,they will endeavor ,"i

"the Inhabitants of Florida.The Broome disunion.At no wise different frjin the natural digestive pro- ASSOCIATE PEINC1PALS. to give general eatUfactign,to all who will iavor ; .
i .
Judge
on
JACKSONVILLE. EAST FDORIDA. .
FOURTH hem with their orders.. ,
ee S. YEAH! of this Institution "n:
t Pierce organ siy that Gen. Jackson cerCAlJ on the Agent pnd get a descriptive THE commence on the 2)th) of September August S..Ia52. 12-lm ; lll!
: held :
Democratic
a meeting at Quncy PROPRIETOR of this well known circular givi: a large aiaouat of suivntifiu -
such O7"r ihe : oi Florida. riiT gratis g inst. The elates \ be arrlnge.11 M to em- It't
f tad a car pcnple on the 21st ut.! speeches were rmJe by Col. .u_ House is pea.-ej! to annouice to his old evi Jauce,similar to the a.b ve, togethir with brace the different age and capacities of the pupils Dissolution* ;

ttlt lie suspended Gen. Scott from roniKiani WARD and Judge BRoom From the accounts -I patrons and tnusc vi-.iti.ig the "Snuny South'' report of ronarkabls cures, from all parts of the and thus progressively promote their intellectual Co-p!rtner hp! heretofora aistwg tadar s
4
of the mOils ia the S.ate; upon thar-ics of we Lave bean) of the d:>cus
ciisconJuct. From the foliow'rg.!: : uh
to the ejt:: r ot the Florida "without elnves." A corre >on | Mathematical Instruction w.ll be ecfttlatiej
J in Diseases of Debility, by Kill be settled by John G Haddock. .t
Watchman in 182S it wmiJ! peetn that marvellons effects, curing ;
the Taabacee!! Sentinel {furni.netl the edit'>rol and has been well fitted up to suit the most wtidiuus Emaciation. Nervous Decline: ,and Dyspeptic CoosuoipMon. the former Teacher. % JOHN D. MeKIXL.\Y. s ;

tins greal Democratic guardian .:.:' how that paper with a synopsis of the discussion having most of his rioomg It is impossible to give thu dota:LJ of The French and Drawing Department will ba JOIIN G. UAUDOCK.The "

III torgue.laib them. of 'vhich: the following/ is an extract: FUR.MSUED H'lfjl NEIV FURNITURE i. eases in the limits of this: adveitueiaeat; but au- under the direction: of Prof. Des l Uoehers. business baying and selling Cattle, a* I. )"I
I 'VAsuxrcToxFeb. 15, ". ENTIRE.The thenticdte.1 ceniaoates have been given of more \Iu..ieall:13trnction will be given to tbfe Papildof also tif Latelieriajr. will be continued by John O. !
"Mr. Ward stated dis'.mct'y that ia frequent this Institution by any of the Professors of that 'j
Proprietor has also secured the cervices ofa than two /ndrfd rrmdrkiUe cures, in Philsdelphia Had lock. IV"ubecriber, grateful for tbe liberal j .
Du1 SIR : Having written three letter the in Science Jacksonville ; the Principals leaving it heretofore extended to him takes : t.
controversies on stump 1830. ut stand. and Sew \-jrk. and Host on alo.te. These were patronage plea I ii
lady ioug
reputation as a
t f to tbe Secretary o( War on the subject, toiled he ha l sustained the Comj'romise ajai.h"t iiouje-Keepor. He will ng t-pare no rain to make nearly: all dc-jerate cas s, ail the cures were not optional with the parents aud guardians to. Ue- sure in recommending. Haddock (his snee* 1"t":

;; : to-uay in person to see t}-e l'reiJnt Judge Brooke who argued against it in thu House one of the best in Flurida, and hopes oi.ly rapid ail wonderful, bat permanent. cide. son) to an indulgeiit! public .i 1 ; ..
house and It is nervous aatldote, aud p-irticclarly TEua, (PAYABLE n AlVAYCE.-For one quarter, july 2J. JOHN MeKIXLAY.. t! .
:: to pmtcFl against any further draft on Middle toto-and that when Judge Broome was by keeping a good giving his personal a great :
specially iliou3, disorder; Liver of alec weeks
attention to business to merit and rcctire the n'efl1l for tendency t> fll
wonid ,
Florida, and to suggest that they asked on the stum;), he bid replied patronage of the ublic. Complaint, Fever anl Ague, or badly treated Orthography, Reading riling, and Brought to Jail .It!
.1.1ox
: bare enough to Jo, to protect their own that he preferred a dissolution of the Union {I' lie respectfully solicits a call from his frieuda Fever and Ague, and tbe evil effects of Quinine, Arithmetic. $1 00 the k>iiih (.( May,a Nero,man named'VASHIVGTON. 1 ::

; frontiets. lie dmred be did not believe to the passage of tbe Compromise. The and Travellers generally. Mercury, and other Drugs
I that JeEeup bad made any draft or a call: for Judgrein reply, aduitted his positiontin 1850to A large aud extective Livery Stable u attached .!sns after a loug ickue.-s. Al-o, for excess in .Mathematics and the higher branchesofEuuglish BENJAMIN S1NGLETO.N, of Lowode eouHty. 1 .I
6 00
; of arJ..l : It Literature -
the free = -
: and too u< e splriu.
one; wanted evidence of the foci; denied have bsen correctly: stated by Mr. Ward- The to tic vX'esidrn llouse. leaves the House after ahaot atl1g! ,reconciles llm'tk with Iiltel.l ,JllCt. The French Lajguage, in clashes, 5 Ou Ga.-ahuu twenty years of age dark eomplezion .
: S Stage soon five feet four inches high. Says ha baal
that Florida had ever lad a Brigs; lier Geu- that he hid hot changed nor retracted any the arrival of the bunt.SAMUEL. Drawing and Painting, d". 5 00Moslc been two weeks. .1 I ;

\; rats command in the cid. and then beeomingescited of his op.n'ons; : and 'what was rrore he BUFFINGTON.PROPRIETOR.. DR. J. S. HOUCHTOWStririn from $10 to t5 for 24 !lessons. runaway : H. FREEJP. : !.J'

i heAaul, Let tlie damned cowards thought he had lost no voiesby the.n.' An additional charge of 50 cents for fuel, will Jailor, Colombia county, Eist Fla. 1 defend their that he would take aLso be ui de to each patron for .>'S qxirLer during Hay"- : .
country1; September 23, 1'3.jows copy o'm) I, 4'
We ad.iiire the JuJgs's candor, however __ __ the wt r.laiksoaville.
fj; tl'men. and whip Indian that had ir \ i "J1.t Notice to Debtor and Creditor ?!t
every much we mahluatlle"! his dsunion: ; sentiments. stuscaaacn. Ii .uw optiilnp September 1st. 185:. 9-ffa : J 4
crer closed the Suwanee; and that the.peo Notwithstanding the sigr.al condemnation THR Geacral assortment of Dry Goods, Groceries Jf el1 ; 1t'Jtr,!.. A Lt PERSONS who are indebted to the M. S 1u5

pie of Florida had done le's to put do\vu given to Maj. BKAUD. in 1850. theDmucratic Drugs. Paints, Oils &c.-among which School Notice! 11: tate of Donald C. Mardock, late of Colomui I 4 t. !
tile be enumerated in will >> county. deceased, are required to com forward I
war or to defend them-elves tnan any may partgsCdlivoev 1HE SuM ri J r open saEvenInc.a. 4
other people in the.Ur.ited Slates: lie sa'4 party of Florida; :are nrt sats; ed. O.!\ &c. Selio, on the first Moncby of September a&4 uijke immediate payment to the and i ,liJ
*>ut present another disunion candidate to BLu.kdtl, Xegro Ciolhj, jf nrfxt, for Gentlemen. TLe cLu..a" will meet yigaed ; and ell persons having demands against \ ::1
: they ought to hare crasheti it at once, if the peiple, and urge his election. If we are
they had been n.e.n of spirit: and character. not mistaken in the signs; of the tionss.the F.llJ.- ls. S.eoJtiut. and Shirting, a week. llouuu open foniLalfpastito 11 o'clock to ths uld.r*: eJ. duly authenticated, without i J :
t tie taid: if & Indians: tiad approacueJ intotbe people LiLeus, Satinets, &c., { t TEUM3. delay.
will speak out at the coining elerfon! MARY A. M flA
Cumbriis, Jatkouet, Swiss and dotted t m.DOCII..A.dDa'z.. :
white S temehts: of Te:1:' sce and in tones too loud u le sulJers-tooJ-they ..\lilln, =_, -- tito Per Quarter of eleven weeks, for any branch w. T McLEHAN.Admr.

I K-ntncky, not one woa'd' have ever got out wil!! teach him that thevTf&ve the Unl n, a...! Horary, Handkerchiefs, &c. ---.-. .---. ;n the Es'giiah and Mathematical Courses, ten Ey 11. \VII1T SMITH, **1"'
ftlire. He sa.d the had letter off .bl1ars. Including the Scierui5 j run
men that the! soil of FloriJa: (fs not the place tn Keody-madc Clothing, IrS sJIJ by rry .U the Dealers in fi.le Drugs aduulnr ," : .
Fla.
rl4r Columbia! .
cr let the nd.ans shout them that the women J) Alligator ;; ;.j
CnHo.J tatua.It
assortment of t1.: : .
also general
preach his detectable doctrine. We are rectiving a niedidus tiongnout Lights and Fuel furnished by the Principal. AG1$1. 10th. 1C J9.8t.. 1 .
might get husbanda of courage, and 3/aruinna Whig. Grooenej, such asFl. 15 prepared in powd r and in fluB form m. i:1 uticnery, Books, &.., extra. 15-
breed up men who would: ceiVnd the coun ,sr, Pork, Cheese, prt"'cl ptina pbUi-t tor the a*} of iLyieians! O1portnnties for the fnru.it ion of and exer Tin, Copper and Sheet Iron f :1'; .
Tobacco Co2ee A lew bags of Java, Private: CiriuUr* for the uso of physicians may wi.l be afforded. *
try. He maintained that there never was cises in, a Debating Society, AVORKEU. : 1
& Sug.r, L-cui'tOij iiro'rn, be cV.aintd of Ur. lio'i;Utwa or hw Agents, describing N. F. m WWN. ." j jJi
'00 Indians. Marine Disaster. The nndersigned U prepared to perform : .
Caudles, Su:p, otarch, &e. the whole proc M of prcparttiion.; and gi- I.'rncipal of Jacksonvilld Male and Female Classieal Sheet IronWork .4, t
When Le had Unified his: harangue, whichof The Schr. CHATHAM, carrying the mail Gacters of every description rh.; the authorities upon '.. hleh: the cLtis ef this Institute. August 19-tf !i.' aflkindsofTinC'opperand soh the manufacture of .' :ij i iI
u light
couise areeal: to me I from Charleston blown Vinegar Cider, aiid White Wine.In new retnady are baed As it i is Nor A SECRET 11" ,'.
was not very to Havana was a-ainst IH --' I I 3 V*UAlUm > U fcCUSlla, making and repairinr f I
raised
said to hOrn: jour army "ail your Gen rtls ashore near Matanzas bar on the beach some Paints,ite.: REMEDY, no objection in rJspu'-.aV.ft can oe st'l ding, and re- Cotton and Woollen h1nelY and Tan ff utters and Spouting for Houses, Tin Roof- I '' ,'

: Lave ben in the field why have they 20 miles south of St. Augustine, on Sunday Wh.te: Lead, Lamp and Linseed. Oil. Ut gllll"by ourlctice.rhya.ciam Price ONE DOLLAR PER Steam Saw Hills and Enginss. in j.Tin and Zinc CoXiu, and all kinds of work 'i ; :
Srhot. and Po" J
Al Le.J, er.AleO which b !
will
business
to his iLof :
out thr&e 600 Indians And orniD last and is total wreck her hull appertaining; ,
coLqucied < a : Cap and Letter BuTI'L2. SEX COMPANY LA MA
Stationery paper the E> WHENCE, executed with promptness and despatch. f i
*hy are the people of Fiord thus reproached was sold on Thursday last for $61, sails, F..ncy Soup of all kinds, :; (B"iEI VE THIS.the-Cvcry writtf\bnttl ajtaro of o:' THE :"ETrs, will prompi.lv execute all or- (0- Orders for articles, or services, for the ,

for not doing whdt all your regular rone ,&e., are also! sold at public auction indifferent Bla-k: Bo'.ks, g.X.UiM PLPS1Nb M. Ii. sole Proprietor; .. d-rs ion Cotton an.! \V oollcu Machinery of tl country will be promptly attended to. t 4'j.fiiii
f. Ucx.ps; and Teutiesseeans hare fa.Ied to ac lots. Cologue, and other extracts, J. S. UOUGUTON, ,and Trademarksecured. kinds, mid will contract fur whole Mills from tbewtcr J. L. HOGARTH, S
'
And a General Assortment of Fancy Phi a.lp.lphia, Pa. Copy-right ,Le.il or steam engine to the finishing ma May 6-tf Bay-st, Jackaonvfl !.I. :
complish. We understand that all the mails were .
Goods. Steam 'ILlal for or single
I told him, the Tennpsseean* at Wahoo, Fa.ed.-odncient Qity. of tfie 18th. For sale ou low terms, by Grul41! by all Druggists and Dealers in Mcdi- !chine.:'!. Machin'st Tools. of every gangs description State of FloriUaTcirenlt CoWrt; lIaI'Iod. i i 1 ,-iiffl

M I was informed, had some difficulty to J. Vi.VGSTOX, Agent, cinu. Locomotive and Freight Cars. Machinery of all Co.y' "ii
t5ETT. j j11S.
i get their wounded off the! field.! Said h*, At Finaesin'a'old Stand, JacksoavJle, Fla. EGBERT rot kinds oa hand, either finished or in programs Lit tief on B. Lewis ] i
.
A tblngvtlileli all Farmer should know.If Jzckto"illc. Fla. f '
\ Agent be Sited in short notice.
Sept. :-tf ( :ws coiiy.) tlu t orders can '
St is a lie; !" I answered, I was not there, Abne D. Johnson, t.l
J. A. MA:YET., 5-Terms are very nw.Persons Bin in Charicery .
i toil Old not rtale it on my personal knowledge you wish to drive a cut nail into seasoned VALUABLE REAL AND PEltSUNAL rndualt. and Retail Agent, Sivannih, Ga. contracting for Mills will be furnished Francis R.Johnson, i! l !.:

Hr theu saiJ. if they had not got out oak timber, and not ban it break.' PROPERTY FUR SALE. Selt 2, '52.11 with drawings for arranging MIlLs without VTillUin Lastiuger : jb i

of provisions, what they tvoyld hare done.I or her.'l, just have a 6.T.all quantity of oil' THE Executors of the late Col. John II. charge. GORDON McKA-Y, Agent ant John appearing Johnson to the JfT satisfaction of th* Court. r1$! r.

toMb hioa they always gut out of prOyi ;Oas: near by, and dip the end of the nail into it ,. ...
*iid were hungry in sight of the enemy. before drirn; and, it will never fail to go. receive ap plications for the purchase of, all his TO : .. THE named defendant, William Liistinger reside be* t :
We He real and personal property, counting of a quau- LASD FOR SALE J.V FLORIDA. youd the limits of th j State Of Florid, to wit: U 1
.4 came la no untertand.ng. required Lit; of 1'UuUtiou lutplemeuU, Mules, Oxen, LIFE OF GENERAL SCOTT. .> situated on the head waters the >uteof Georgia-Therefore,on motion of M. JI'
We house in this
that itad called for men, recently passed a city, about ZU laves &c all 163.Acre.1
f proof Jchsup Corn Fodder, and 500 12MO : river, Orange county. Whit t'miUi, KI. Solicitor for the Couiplaiaant, i j.,1 j ji
I of Committee of where a gentleman and his wife were about! the plantation called tmrlmgloa, PACE i :
ana cut Qut the report the which are on Floiltli. 44 miles south of St. .1zn.Qtinc- i it is ordered that the raid Defendant William 1 :1
t lie Legislative Council who waited on the to take a ride on horseback. The lady Duviil county, Florida. The Slaves will be sold HANDSOMELY AND DURABLY BOUND. bounded East un tie North by Ian I) Bulow, l. otinfxr, do appear and answer the said. Bin of ftI ;
seemed 1'tile afraid of her horse. "Are iu a body or in families ; uud the Linda in various acconiing to law, o'r the sam* will MtaVeu ;
Governor, ana enclosed it to the Secretary. a to suit ILLUSTRATED WITH ENGRAVINGS rleceu-sed. and ou the south by lan IJ.t.r. Ut ly CoicplMut. r
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parcbasecradiagralD
Among other thing, I told him that if he you sure "he is perfectly gentle," paid she. tracts of aud which quantities, exhibiting the local.ties, may BY EDWARD( D. MANSFIELD, ESQ., the property of the Marquis de The :. And at it cimfetftd id further against ordered.him.that a _copy,of this, order .. f.j!.; :

*ould mount his war-horse, after the 4th of Ob yes indeed," replied tbe husband, 'as I I be eeu npoa application at. tbe plantation, to .Many yean Editor i f'the Cincinnati greater portion of Live of Oak said and laud Cedar are,covered and are with wehadapted agrowth be pablished in some newspaper printed and 4

JUrch, I thought he woulJ soon put an end gentle as a pet lamb-why GENERAL Benjamin Wilsou, I'.eq., Agent, or to auuer of Daily Ckunidt. to t'ae cnlti ration of Sugar Cane and the published in uid Circuit; once a week for four J .p
r ride him." Lou. Jour. \ th. suDricribers. Auiuug the real est4 j a large months. THOMAS DOUGLAS. 1 .
to the ol PIERCE might receive from the that of Often.
war, but it was not every son the Snbacriber will shortly Upland portion to Long Maple 1
aud eltrgaut_ _dwelling hoose. are_.siluAtei In THE Judge; ft*., ft*. Ij
; Achilles who could wear the armor or p' d U I :, an Edition of the above valuable Lying on a navigable stream for lL t boat.gf I j
; tne Iane23JA.Ii.1852. P.
city oi ot. Aagiutine irontiug puoiic square. JOB 24 I
tuose who wish to become of water, these Unds coriveiently -
4Jul ton Ho and will furnish three feet draft ere
the sword of his father. VJ. Arrival at the Batnul cue. Also,a utcauvrtaw Mill and site, with the buildings work, jT'
--- n --- ------- the mo-it reasonable for
1 ""; connected with it. 'A his mill u 8burso Agents to circulate the s saute on situated forwarding produce. Circuit Coart; Soatbern Circuit *f Fl *> .
I lam.&c. term For father particulars and all necessary For terms apply to C. mEw. ,in -. f
S. BUFFIXCTON, PROPRIETOR. works of saws and Vile Iela. Alpuroc county ebaneerjCatharin :
K&OWLES, Esq. JOS. M. WHITE. power, two gangs upright information, applicant will please address At this()iflce-or to WeLl f I
There better mill in .
circular edger saw. u uo ,
&pt. 22d.-George Washington. St. Angus- C.V.. DOWNlNG.Tallahsasee.August
Florida either in machinery or frame-work. Attached their latter to the iuboriber vs. }niui0 Chancery for flivores'e ; :
Gitjbi
tine Picolata. 'Cooper MANRFlEjlj
hare am. C.Uaright, H Publisher. 13-tf 1 .
I DEALJKC .
a
IH F.LC\I5.-uTbey got I to it it a eubiUntial and commodious John WelA. I
\la1 Port Mitts, -sm. Fairbanks, Jack oaTille, 134 York Street, New Haven Ct. .
I Whig editor up in the Valley whom his John tteerez, PieolaU, }. A. L. Navit, G&., wharf alI ug ide of which any vessel that can 16tbWatches KnCCIVED.per Schooner Jersey Oak, T uppeariag to the satisfaction of the CoartVjr ; i i t,

t brethren distinguish among tnemselves as Calvin Bryan, 11*., D. M. Aaire Florance Ala., I pans the tohn's river bar way lie aud load. opt JUST lbs Ground Zinc much superior to the aSJavit made and filed in this cause that the $ fl.

THE KIM WHO DEALS IN JACTS." Wm. Martin. PuU ki Tenn., Rtn. O. Thans, It u situated at the muuth of Doctor's Lake, on Clocks &c. &c. best White Lead, and cheaper; abovementioned John Welch reside out of this !
["'Tgillian.J. May Port MillS, Wm. Daniel St. John's Beach, the c-f Jubn'l river, opposite Mandarin, about Jewelry, I 600 Ib* Pure Union White r t.ejd: Circuit, but in the State of Florida, to wit; f.. !
f Hon. David L. Voice, Hernando, Charles Black, I'114 mile above Jacksonville, and 25 miles below Ginger Wine-the best articU for debility in th J. The Democratic editor who deals in facts New Orleans, T. S. Howard, Charleston S. C., Picolata. A urge body of pine timbered laud U C. D. OAK and Dyspeptic persons now in use; be appear and answer said bill on the first l
has not been caught. The of bis B. T. OThean Savannah.MARI2VK near by, from wuich saw logs may be had, and Chrome Yellow: Chrome Green; Brown Monday in November next; ctherwi th* %1 t
jet story -- _ I which was purchased, by tine proprietor for that retained troui the Northwoald Hlidteri Tissue; Adhesive Planter; complainant' bill win be taken pu, aItI.I. &
t appearance is regarded as a boas.Wtncltester. -- I.VTELl.IGK5fCE.- purpose. '1 he Mill U new, and ban o.ily bee.i in HAVING inform the public that he hmzbt With many g ether article* making my frsso against him according to .tlM ttatoto ia f f j

Repub. operation fite months-was 8lop{>ed in consequence bru< out a splendid assortment of Stock complete. each case mode and provided ; and that this order hI I

. PORT OF JACKSONVILLE. ot the death of the proprietor,and U now GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, All of which are offered at the lowest be published in some newspaper published in this 4
1 The eoltiration of madder is being pursued ia working order. It ouT ue Cell aud insjiected Fine Gold Jewelry of every description; ; rates,FOE CA"H. State for two ontb* before the laidfint Monday I j

. extensively and pronU ly in Tanflus Arrived. by any terbon wishing to parchase, on applicationto Gold[ and bilver Guard Fob. and .Vest Chains; JNO. M PAYNE.Jaeksontil1e. in November. L
the Agent, Beoitu. in WiLon. Lui. SPECTACLES [Signe i ) JOS. 0. LAJVCAST&R.nJx ., il;
SILVER
; portions of the Northern :tai WAtioBL'RG GOLDAX ; A g..1J-tl Druggist.
Sept. 20-Brig Marine, Pendleton. Boston.HSch JnCOb I SILVER; WAR1J- eh in Spoons of all k.nds. : Southern Cireolt SUt ofFloridi A .A
Kal. z Ozark, Lord. Vcw York. llJ. J. A. PUTNAM, ;
{ Gazette. Knives &o. Gold and silver Pencils Atraeeopy: p
The entire Locofoco bare beeu 20-Prig ejuine Dnbd. Charle ton. Executors of lohu U. Mclnto Butter ,GOLD PENS ; Brand, Wine, &c. JA*. M.BRACEWCIA CtorlL ., ,. .
party 24 Son Tnite.l :I.atel. Crockett, iktston Sept. 16th 1S52. 23tfSCt ; (Otard, Dupuy ft Co's Bert BBANDY. Per JOBS P.RILDWW Dep. Clark F
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growing madltr ever since the Domination 27-Pch BeD !Nevi, Miner New York Knivei,Razors, Scissors Shears, &e.. a splendid OLD [ r WINE-a, very superior article. Aug. -% .

of Pierce.-Prenllce. 2* Brig CosDOpolit, XX'etbam! N. Y. WECKS after date I will apply to the lot of Ladies' Fans, Combs, Brushes, tc.; MADEIRA do. do. do. -

23-Brij Emblem, King, Boston. the Judge of Probate for Columbia Pb"RFU.'U.R Y. &e.; OLD POKT JUICE. Nouee; t;
. Cleared. county, for letter of aduiinUtratioif on the estate CIGAR CASES PORT MOYAIES PRIME HOLLAND GLV. MONTHS after date I will present -". .
It said to be the fact hat every General of William 1 Fntch late of said county, deceased and many other articles too numerous to men The above were purchased of one of the beet SIX and voucher aa Administrator. *f
Officer woo served under Gen. Scott in the 20-Brie Forest, Gtllison, St.Croix. WILLIAM H.FUTCU. tion. ftJ-The public an invited to call. houses in New York, and warranted superior* the eatate of CALVIN READ deceased to UMHon. ;

;Mexican war, is opposed to lila election tothe 21-Brig II-XV Monoure. Curtis. N. Y. Alligator Sept. 6tb, USi. 23-Ct JrJ-W aLchei and J ejrelry repaired at short fitftice july2forsaleby JOHN M. PAY E. Judge of Probate of Dqval County lot E".1
2t Peadleton ttoeton. .
Bng Marine and 'lFarrant.ed.JadUlnuvil1e final settlement of saId estate ; and Jd apply for ;:
dellcy-Post. 27-Bng Four foni, Corbett, Phila. Notice. lettcndlsrQl ." It I

It IB likewiM said to be a fact that every -Scb Virginia, Kon, New York. THE eo-partnemhip ting between the nb- ,Sept. 11.18.i2. _____ bacco, fears & Snuff. 1 ,. C. S.- EMERTJaoksonvJCe. t ;

SiJdur -- and William,Xetue*. in driving beef Notice. T'h'i above articles, of the very finest quality -.:f.rM1u.. Elt&te of C. JIMa; I I : .
who i is in favorof
served under Mm, hEAD QCAKTCU 4m EKI9ADE F. MJACKSOXVILUC Cattle h\ring been dissolved on the first day ot hand and for sale low for cash, by Jon 17th. 1862. :. 6m i f
his election. .He won their lore by bis Sept. 2 13.52- September 1.31. the undersigned will not boLt 4 Lti person indebted to the Estate of FORE'iIIATIIINGPINImtee jily22 JOHN M. PAYNE. .- -I. -
nobienet*, benerolence. and klndne/s while himself responsible for any eoutracU lee nude A. f Putnam county. WOT ICE. t
!,e m& hare ; Order So.4: under tb, name of the late jirm. deceased tn notified tc.make immediate payment SHE1UFF SALE. ALL persons aro' hereby forewarned sp1a. I 1I
obtained the jll-wil! of some JOHN BROWN. to the and an perIOIII holding be for two autd by.
G. Coorm GIBB, of May Port MID. Devil undersigned; WILL told at the Court House II Jack. promijaory,notes
officer through enry. A sufficient reason County, i 8 hereby appointed an aid-de-Camp of New River Jan. 16, lS 2. claim or demands against aid EtftaU moat pre- on the first Monday in October me, ia favor of Junes A.. Picket or ordar oa* If

however, for the oppositkfa; of the officers the Brigadier General, with the rank a.ndtiUe of lent them to the subscriber, duly authenticated, next, a negro Woman, Jane,levied upon M the said notes bating been partially paid .fhe. c.
(I'thty dj ''PP*** toim) lstD fact that most M.1or-vice John L. Hopkins promoted. H. !; BBt.9. CAMPHISE. A.- within the time prescribed by law or this notice property .Mary DeweeV under execution In sideration for which said note wire fivw."w
P| tiuoj will bo obeyed ud respeoted accordingly. ijJ 25 Bb1a.93 per ct.ALCOHOL Witt bf pleaded ia kR of same.' favor of\Tho*. w. Jones. deceased, Issninj fr.m failed aad I am determined not to pay than;.
locofoco
were politicians, appointed Br order df Ifrfc Gen. Ho kiu. Jurt received and for al.by W L.IH.TfI'G.PIYa1a ;- Circuit Ooort of Dumb Coonty, State ofiz Fl-trM*. : less eQape1lMby "W by raid Ja1D* .
to mJlJtary offices by Polk. : F. 0. nAILRETT. JOHN, A MAYER. ef im lL a. J.i &* rJa .' m'qR1 BU i

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1--- &.The coiidutt of Democratic en which the delegates were instructed by Mr. Williams, of Mississippi, now renewed been, and to show from history, from legislative W.EBST.ER:8: :DIOTl

acJescen& Cotnmittermcn and Organs in the Madison Convention, (and which was his motion to lay the motion to receive action, from documentary evidence, Ah.

W9.m1nga'against "' in 1848-..-a reason for digtimt- left in doubt by 1\1 r. Casa's Nicholson letter) on the table, and it was carried In the the danger which must i/w'tot/y_from a .
THE E
TniE WORK
in lug them in 1852.'j and that Gen. Cass failed to answer him, affirmative, as follua! : fat of pesipni for cii-il service.. He could Ujp

1851.-.theBoctrjnea"horesy" except by returning back to him the same YF.AS, Messre.'Bejiton, Buchanan, CALHOUN not adduce more conclusive evidence that betook I*Vol.Crovrn Quarto,of 11S jKT Pn..1

."'. ..a Doctrine hideous In its de A Party-not l'ersonaln Nicholson letter! (Mark this, ye Demo-i Clay of Alabama, Fulton, Hubbard, his stand upon principle! in this: case, Cooulnin TIIIUIE TIMIS tl. nut," ..

lit formity." tecedent." craU who assail Gen. Scott for omitting tal lING, Linn, Lumpkin, Lion, Mouton Nicholas thai by adverting to his course at the lastscsston tl.e! oUI.r E.ig1iii Ia 1)lt'lIWltfl rvBU.K.D colDplled.. ill 111'Ie c 'i...,
bill horn
l. i write a letter!) Yet the Central Comm.tteeJ Norvell Preston, Rives, Roane Rob- of Congress, when a
0. &
. '.'; Any Whig who hesitates to support Gen. pronounced' (be point upon which the delegates insnn Strange, Tipton, Walker, White, House of Representatives, extending the C. Merriam, Sprlngfiela .._
. SENTIMENTS OF TIlE ORGAN OF Scott under the taunts of the Democraticpress !. under instructions, bad sought information Williams, Mi.-23. law of 1833, was under consideration. dad M4 bg elI -
: JAMF.S E. UROOME AND A. E would sufficient confidence With single he stood
. soon acquire from Gen. Cass, "a new and false NA YS.ilezsrtl.lIen, Clayton Davis, exception alone among -
; MAXWELL AND OF THE suP. for that if the members fiom New in
formidable task TEBTIJlOSIA.LI
seemingly issue." They raised an issue", between Knight, McKean, Morris, Nile*. PIERCE, England r i3ting .
, PORTER OF FRANK PIERCE. he would hut recur to the conduct of his themselves and their delegates, which resulted Prentiss Ruggles. Smith of Connecticut, the pasoKeto that law." 4'Etymological part Surpasses
raillers in 1818. Gen. Casa was the nominee of in of 1836 gives five years' half pay hat been daM/M' tM Enylit\La
u in the overthiow Democracy I Smith Indiana, Swift, Williams of Me.-
From the JaeJxonnBc Xews of June 7th 1S51.Acquiescence. .
' .. ,. of the Democratic party. The nomination Florida in 1848. But bow did the Eastern 114. to widows or oi phans of officers, non commi.sioned .

of Cats fell upon tile Democracy of Committee regard this issue !'* Not as a The votes of Messrs. Pierce and King are ofiicers soldiers! &c., who have

J Florida more like a wet blanket, or to use a new and false" one. Tbey said We wonderfully! consistent on this subject died in Vie service of the United States since

: The doctrine of acquiescence in the measure strong figure of Mr. Jefferson, a fire bell cannot agree with the Central Committee." Perhapssome men in the South can explain 201k f April, 1818. It also extends the

: ._. ? of the, misnamed "A jlufment,"' so vehemently in the night". than an acceptable, soothing But they accepted Gen. Cassnotwithstauid- this vote oJ the peculiar Southern can- benefits 01 the act of June 7, 1832, to ft

. urged by the Submissionistsof the and agreeable! nomination. Or, to use a ing the delegates had found him unprepaied didate. A word to the wise, &c." widow or children of tjjl'.ers, 5c., who have

present .day" IS THE MOST KXTRAOR- technical larison-the coinage and favorite to meet this issue-those delegates who had died since the 4lh of IViarch, 1831.

: : ) bINARY AND HERETICAL( DOCTRINE. of our lespectable cotcmlorarof the met him face to face, had communed with And i.ow we are irrcs'&libly inclined to .

. i EVER PROMULGED IN NORTH AMERICA News-the nomination of Cass was a bit- his bosom friends. and had been in a position A Forgotten ChajJter in General ask the leader what cor.cIu.Vion: he is drivento

.: SINCE ITS FIKSlfeCOLONlZA.TION. fer pill." Among the sachems of Duval to scan the underworking of the wiry lierce's History. as to the liberality, the magnanimity: and "Every scholar knows its vlu

. InJtel nothing at'all comparable county there was Inghtful fiutterii.g ; there the soul of Rantoul was the lofty patriotism; of Genera! Franklin
politician, as poor The Nashville Ban- 1 1j
:. with it advanced either this $- (Tenn.) Republican Pierce? What .
in
hat ( was muimuring-almost mutiny. Theie scanned that he might be ejected fioli a does he think of his: appealing
I. ner has been Genera! Pieice'3
country or in great Britain, since the idea of hereabout examining to ; the few remaining
' -I were numbers of the Democracy later Convention, to give Soutbein Demo- TAX PAYEUS against '
: other votes in the House of Representatives:
,
"tacit obedience" and .non-iesistance"
was rntif h preferring, and ready to suppoit Gen. to "An aliol.tionibt; can old patriots who bought our libca.cswith "
a pretext say and the A valuable work
ciacy ret-uit of
statement the very *
. exploded by the heroism of John Hampilen Taylor in preference to .' their own Cas ."' fie Democrat." The Eastern Committee following is their blood: and the widows and children :'
not a the investigation. forms noticeable addition In'ZJlT EDUCATZD MIX
'; and his compatriots. It i.* another melutl.1 The AVtrs of this place bad at first run up ranced higher than either the It a of those who hail l lost their lives, alai!
" a step to the of the
. conduct of the
.. choly evidence rf a ictiopraile tendency the Cass flag at its mast-head, and in a weekor Central Committee or the delegates. They Democratic history could not longer protcc or provide for those

; many cf' oar pCiticol.* toward the despotic I FO actually took it down with a regular: undertook to show that Gen. Cass met theissue" candidate upon larger question, dciirer to them than life, who at home suffered LiJh
. :: sentiments of tll ..,.i Europe, and as already presented in detail through the much the soldiers!
4 too bitter a explainaway as as in the field
. mC1orc bolting editorial, as entirely i in his Nicholson! letter-to columns of the General to
< rhows that the of Republic. 'Pierce
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", 1/1tudlallb. piir* for i'a' editor to 5,1110Thi: undeniable the of that letter which wire an gloriously defending their country 1Ve
- dear to fathers parts i fkvill he seen, tustained l his> 'reputation) by The mot ACCUIIATI and 'R1I1
so our
, .: erty tl.e fact will be sufficient to convince explicit: afiiimai.ce of the doctrine of ".51}uat- close the chapter, and pause for a ref .. "
:- tion, is fast being displaced by a in thr : voting agaiiiht the old rvohut-oiiaiy soldieis: cry of the Language.
this
belie those who to locality, We need recapitulatetheir
are new-comers not
: divine right" of the ruled ter Clveleilnty. and their WKiowb.and also against the oid W1w
people's I
of all the curio statedto WitiHeld Scott 1
and who are ntt cognizant aTg'lIl1tellt-sufficlenl that it was
r and ruled in such Indian ti hters. IIi; friei.ds have probablythese
by somebody, a way as ,
of and Gen. Cus they
antecedents" Democracy ,
rious our thcir satisfaction.
'". best to suit the convenience of those in authority cntife votej in view when they lauJ him as Does any bo jy mean to say that it requires j
that when there was an their l
its leaders, we say concluded from premise, al. DEMKO
an economist:
and without the slightest regard to pictures to Scott
. 1. awful trouble in the camp on account of theunpalatablene.'s the right of the Territories to exercise sovereignty give a reputation ]
the rights liberties inteiests of tho-e The facts which we are now about to Head tne following
or synopsis of the
sentiments and! leading
in
. of CasVs South
of some the of the Aoss WILL before
to ii.jury ; ELAPSE
whom It ma be deemed to sacrifice bring to !light i and which are fully verified evei.N dills history
) necessary :
truth. Something the word of tionary of the will be
: we state the solemn fine they exclaim, "This I is Language
f- for the Fake of by the public recoids of the At the of I
that convenience. will
no
and Gen. country age twenty-one, and in the summer -
which Cass
lIst be done" is a familiar phrase, the Constitution, with
: ir
r Who before heard in doubt very much a-toin&h seme; of the of 1807, volunteered
ever our country into a of
troop
this Abolition-
expressive' on : occasion the Gordian Knot of the
it particularly' "cuts
was
of who the frienJs of the l lately "unknown" ; Siorae.
person was opposed to policy Democratic; Virginia
1 hackneyed even by painful t :e. The ists.:' Admirable simile Goidius, in
or justice of a measure, being required to Democratic- committees were put to work. of be'-ng made King by the orae!', candidate for the Presidency. We will take III 1812 'he fought the battle! of Queens- LL. D., of Scotland
project
ie8ce" in that thv'in in chronological orJer. '
because
measuremerely as we find them towii Heights. Ch.
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acq
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Central Committee at Tallahassee heg.ui tied his chariot a knot so intricate that no
:
Tne by
.,' it had been adopted by the majority FOi I to write ciiculanj. One; of these, we well one could uncoil it, ai.d Alexander cut it recorded. FiiM, tLen, as i.e appeuud in In 113 he was the instrument of saving Its reputation u widely ext.
.:- TIME BEING 'J Has it ome to this, that I the dilemma 1833- our Irish citizens: taken! in arms a ai.isi. the not this caitiou has received !
TiE remember ought no relief to with his sword Gen. Cic: *. in hopes of :
: the majority are not only! to govern, but are of the editor of the AVirs. He fulminated being made President, PO mystified and entangled AGAINST TIlE ISD1AX FIGHTERS.In Biitisn, fiom tIe sivaze: penalties of the meats froui" the able haads
.
.qI rule without 1 without having ,
to opposition: English I law of constructive through.
Committee and said they weie his Nicholson letter, that the Northor : treason.
againt-t the the House cf
: their measures examined, or questioned ? the people to swallow the Bal! South could neither unravel it, aud politician Representatives cem. In the same lear he fought, as Colonel!,
This is a dpctiine, we are sure, no poilion of commanding; u hoofs horns her 27, 1S33, (;-ee Ilui:e j-minal, page 130,; in the bailie of i'ort Gtorge.Iu &
: timore nominations, hair, overcame the difficulty by cleaving Mr. Cl'ito.i moved the :
.e the Ameiican people arc yet prepared to"acquiescence tollowiiig resolution! 1 1S14 ha made 94Lt
. and all We know not what went on in its intricacies a I with sword.. forll.e binUitof the old Ind a lie\\ army and restoredthe
in when to themselves fighters
an
applied I : military! of !
were/-(but there must have been seciet influences The Gonlian Knot cut. the Eastern Committee spirit t.e ccuntmy-.tnck Fort
and which nivir would! have bten REf1/t'ccl, That "elect .
a Ene
e'HUITJi.fcu Le -fought the battle f.f
such ap.c.i'1t.ell Chitppe.uaar.dJoi:4h Care DETLXIXO DICTIOXAXIT
. '. : attempted to be applied to any poition' of shocking as aie anplia-ice.s thus panegyrize Mr. Cass wt.oe duty it h1j! i to in'i.tre .to th, the "
cx- ; of
-rood fight Lu'ij v., La.r
. Lr.nU.Lgc
: to embellish } e.
who! the
to editors delight "The and character of Lewis peiikicy uf'"oYl.enilih the
r' them except those cf the utifoitunate! corrupted history ; 1ro'iionJ IJr H.cact In 13S he the
closed Joor of Whig; Conventions ;) for with of intellectual of L'onrc83Ja :c.l it Jute, 1C;:, gmnti. won proud title of the

: Cas
divided and fear dooinpJ ISoiitn. a -
us
: we : present picture j "11cm oi "
Icr.onl: : tu cert.i.a cb Humanity, by nursing: the sick
tle Cas a.s of /tact
:: ..i. The have malt their; nunJs in a tiiici--pie-tla-up again went : and moial sublimity: : which trooj-s Inoreiu I
majority ? greatness 1IIIUCtl ,
tip a to embrace ia I .f his
its aa ding
,
provisions tLi--e wit' tioops! Ui'OI.hic
AViw and SJr. Cass army
: : that the South i is to be saciificed this !hem I flag at tl.e head of the) foicibly i illustrates the benign and fostering weie ell iu Uo
; ,; i'god wars u';ail.t tliu Ji--Jiiis "-t-li- \ the Avat.c: rl.uleia fell bhri.tuigc! on is: ACCCKATE and EEUABLB
'l: a foiegone conclusion! \\ e are not to be permitted becomes suddenly sugar-cojteil and "swal: influences of our DemocratIc.in tluliulIs.; tiu.jucu. to the clo' e ".f t..e rt\c!'ltiLnar,1.., and !i match: to the fiVL of the l'.ack; H.iwk es.Libit.oii ot' the Lauae."

. ', S .' even to discs tl.e: measures by \\hrch I I lowed !'' MARK THE SEQI1EL down to tb-j trea.tj of tltcnv:1hViLh: ]leave toitport JII the aii.e ; war.
have another Committee at by bn; or &otirwue. ) earby negotiation, and uOi
Next we I
:, this object of denunciation! is to lie brought a'id pio-ciiption.al.out.: n I.er! penalty Already I \vork-for w hen Demociury: has ''niter: pit! >>" In June, 1850, Gen. Cass. in his pace! in ii. DUii moved that ihe said resonton! by f.-ice of ann, he brought fLack Hawk

:.': this decree beirg to frvralW! ', they ;install Committees to as- the Senate, unveiled himself: upon this question do lie on the take; which! motimi, j wa-' rtjtcted '- war to a ju.-t a.il: t.ivuiahle: i.siie.hi .
we -ee despofc carried
out to the: letter. The most intrll'gcnt si-tin ilin opeiati'>n. This Committee; is : of squatter : .p the responding Com.nittee of the Eat- the Nicholson letter to mean: that! in tfe uUil1nft.re.I Southern NiiIuii. at.oa, and saved our ccun-
: : and patriotic poition of our people all
( pro- ,
frrm c.vii l
= ; ncriht-J and driven finn all Federal offices era Dbtrict: ," which binned themselves a? "THE INHABITANTS OF A TERRITORY IIAVK A I ibllJ'jllUl'\'ed! ; t., strike! : out all of the tiy di'-coid.
s RIGhT TO ,J.CU I.A Tt SLAVKRV FOR 11101- -olut.Oi after the I In 1S3C !re served against the Scmino.'e: COMPLETE
4 and deprived of Federal patrni.age ; ill short, follows : woi.l i.iquire, a...I insert I TILE MOST
V theare marked men, ai.J for no other Joux IWW.\llD, J.l.\'ti''' and enforcing the doctrine by an -into the moal: and po'itir i effects 1 1 f l.i.l'rt.isM: Fioii .a. AND KELIABLE .'

>: : cause lhau that they aie unsubdued, CIIAKLEBVKXE, argument of some lejjgtb! he clones : the (pens-on, : : laws of the United Sata: ai.d I In 1327, \'. itl admirallc: energy and art.. L.\ (j'CAGE."
yet
III this I is a question: of commonsense how far the aid without trr-ojK, he calmed "tL : tdiMiiibances
and Mill raise their voice in defui.ee of JOHN HOLMES. repeat ; same ought to be moJ.lie: Hji fe.llcah'eJ : p: tri: >
[a very poor compliment to the Ea-t- .'' I uon our titei.Jed Nonhtn.frotitier. 9oulL
.: Southern rights. This Committee: in its turn, put foih an .
this much \ ot ern Committee.] anJ I suppose the descend On motion of Mr. Eveiett, the consideration ; i
But to return to revived doctrine! of aldress.: I Il'al'in'ry the1IJ1'1'e S
.1 ants of the crew of the Bounty, who OCCUpyI'utcairifs of the resolution and in the fame year he effected the removalof
and the lUI'JtIIJnelltva
. M nonresistance" tacit obedience. We the mental ot the second signer, :
sygnet island and amount, I think to the Cheiokees.! in a tl.at"uft
manner
' : wou'd ak what the hen tle Ntics which po
was reply \\ our editor of : aiJie
present about one hundred and Unity, have just a> { : of the noble trite and the aa.iiiration
? I li.ey were subsequently taken -
: forefathers, before the He\'olutllJl" were lequired sets out with ik-claiing that the nomination up, and .
in the of God ( f the whoie
. I. much right man, to delated.
the country.
: to submit to the Stamp Act and Tea' of Ca* and Butl . for their own government, as have the 17th ::.J 23 i'Jth. In 1333: he earreJ the dist'nguishe.l title
, : : ; Tax I Did they i ignobly acquiesce because it appiontiiori.n! They said the preva.l.ng' II..- Coil, and 3K-.1 Januaty '.'
c : hundred millions who form the Chine.eempire of be P licator of the A'ortheasteriiBoundary
''l I ..':. was ''the beet the) could get," and hold ".sfaction had given: way before a full!! two 1S34. iinil Februai) t>, 7, aintS-w:ilioit.any "
, the Pacil ." / and saved Lis
; now our neighbor on r. : dtTin.te action coin.trv from abiooIy
.' jubilees because they had not been taxed and can.lul investigation' of the po-ition of being ial upon the them. tad And thirty other members of
;'. six cents a pound on Tea instead of three. I Gen. Cass on the great question: of Southern ; This ift the front view of the pCIIlI't: of Having been taken up again on the llth : wasteful war with Great Bn- Senate.

\, .. and because the Stamp: Act was no won-e : rights." The objection to Gen. Ca-c intellectual greatness and moral Miiilimity'' Februaryee Page 317,) Mr. Clulion Allen I ttJotJ.In

DID THEY NOT RATHKlt RESIST-AY. UNTO arose from the doubtfulness ot his position; pouitraycd' to us in the address of the Eastern demanded t'.ie:! puvious que.-) >tio'i to cut ulF 1847 he opened the splenje-l military
D.j-irict Committee. debate and .ill BouldinV drama! of the second conrjuet of Me.x.co,
: r.
SECESSION-UNTO REVOLUTION I- : the question ofMhe rights of sovereignty auienJiricnt. The:
.: : And in afteryears, when the iiiajoiity l'ae upon exiling in the Territorial squattersnew One more fact belongs to the seres-the call for the pu-viuus question \, sustained, by reducing: the c.ty; of Vera Cruz and the President of the

I.- the Alien and Sedition laws, did not the! minority ttrritones having just been acquired member of the Coni oiliee who :ittci>ie.l! : tis a and the main q-iej-yoii was put and the re- iinpre/iiaiif; Castle of San Juan u'Uiloa, after -

: : ;. headed by Jefferson and I Madison, "by the Mexican war, into which the Soi.tli delegate to the Baltimore Convention: of polulion adopted; yeas 1 20, nays 83-Frank. an active siege of but four days. James W.

" : -v RESIST UNTO NULLIFICATION, and I claimed a tight i to carry her property with- 1852, the piesent editor of the News, in all lin I'icrce vtililll,'e negative.Aiooiigst April the 8th, he fought and won the admirable ATTORSET AXO- \ .

.. finally triumph in their dfiut to retire the out trction from squatter sovereigns.:' the ballnttiiurs of that Convention, cast not tlio-'t voting: in thc affirmative in battle of Cerro Gordo, and opened Will (except when business may

: .. Constitution ? When National Banks, Protective The Madison State Convention, which had one Military vote for Lewis CIL.. -'- the picture cpi-sition to l\J r. Pierce, we find tl.e foHowing .- to the Americans tl.e path to the dominion scnce from the Scale) attend to
- : Tf riffs Laws Internal Improvement of moial sublimity-although he di.tiiigu hed J Q. of the entire extern Continent. ,ointments in the Court of the
Bankiupt -I sat some time previous to the condition of was nanio.s: A'lams, Cnil-!
. ." Laws, and the Sub)1'ieasury, became thins we aie now describing, hall unequivocally one of the most prominent: candidates for ton Alien, J'Jm Bell, jJin iJlaii.Riris On the 19ii! of April he entered: the city of Northern Florida,District and in of the Florida.HE Federal.
.
, :: .' :; the settled policy of the majorities fore declaied! against: lerntonal! poveieigsitj : the Presidency, and was only set aside because Clioate, Thomas Corwin, David Ciochlt, D. of Jatapadi WILT.0 ACT AS

, .. : the time being, was it ever thought of or % and: lad instructed the ldl'gtle! : ; ajJ jt)1it- he belonged to the cla-s of '. great W. Dickinson E :wart Kvcreit, Miil.irJ the 22d of April, he occup'e.l Perote. for general Uaiiness in the AMERMs.'I

demanded that the minorities should cease td I by it to the Democratic National Couven- men" \' hose l.omuat.OIsHI: e nut lit to FiIi.Tore., : / B. Fumler, A. G. liawes: RuLiiii I O.i the 15ih of May. he took PueUa. grants aud donations of lands-

i. :": their opposition to tliot-e measures,? NTo- tion accordingly. After the! iitiinmatioii: of he u.aJe.*' \. Johnson, Cure Jdinson, Luke Lea, O.i the 20h; of August, he won the three or selling hereof. .

.....' those minorities were distributed al the North !I Cass te!: Central Comtn.ttee; perately James K. 1'ulk, James Sadzjc.Simaot; gieat victories of (Comreias, San Antonio, AT.SO AS A&EST

::? and the South and were allowed! their constitutional bent on "swallowing" him "hoofs, hoi us, The moril of the whole is that a party Jitnic'i, and ir. Jl. Inge. Those in italusbeimig : and Cl.uruni.co.O.i for the collection of Claiito
for other
.' '". privilege of "l1tlel t} of speech"' hair: anti all!!," issued the Circular bcfme referred with such leaders ought" not to be tiu-.ted ; to the Tenne, ,ee dclegcit.on.Tl.e : the 8n ol September he foujht and states<.'y plies furnished Military volunteers,
: and "free of discussion But their violent! denials l.f Gen. Pif rce's auti- committee won the brilliant tattle: of Molino del Rt-y.
. oll1 it has to, i ill which they dccaieJ: that the : appointed under the resolution other \rtylo.t, for which the
been reserved for this question of savery: in Madison Convention, in their requirement, Mavery sentiment ought to go unheeded. reportel, oivt..e 25th February a /bill!! to Oil the 13ih. of September! he carried by liable. .

which the South alone has been thrown into had laiscil: a new and fa-e! is,ue." Heie HIIInt children ou.ht to dread the lire. cairy into effect it< object. (See 1ae 358.) storm the terrible Heights and Fortiess (Ii rio ort'I1I r.cilaclI.-I. \

: = :,.; the minority, wherein a new rule! is to be instance of deglutition 1 haps the Pit-ice is as likely in the end to prove himself THE ACT OF 1832, which was thus piu- Chepiiftepec-! .(leJ the Mex can army attend t.t the collection of Claims
I was an pei fes-Ionnl Hu ine.o, in England
adopted, and denunciation and proscuption; most remarkable on record-not like Saturn I unworthy of the South; ,'' as Cass to posed to !be extended, give* to surcivniz officers fiom the gates of Bifien: and San Cosume, nent of Europe. .

:..... .' are to be substituted in the place! of urruttent. swallowing its own ofE-pring, but the 0!: declare for squatter sovereignty. By eschewing iion-aiiriHiifiioHed ( /iea s. mui>ic>answiilieis and made a lodgment in the-capitalof Mex.c. ft-During his absence, JOH-
.
: .' ill act in his stead in Florida.A. .
the advice of Hud
.. s\\'aUo\'ill its f.tlht'r-lhc Ceiijtat such leaders, the LiJiau tpies '// tIll itld continci'tul
- .; S spring Committee wallowing own or rather devouring -- South will be saved the painful; necessity, line, 1'1' Stale troupe mluntccr militia, w.'io On the 14lhof September, he marched his dl CES J nchouviUe.East

:: But have Which to their connst-U have vol aralY of heroes, scaue six thou & net,, -
this regard
,. we puisued subject far the iequi.Mtion cf the Convetitioni might oneftlay sci at one or mote terms lice years JOSEPH
: : enough for the present ; we shall prul,
';.: :s refer to it hereafter. Take zt ill any point the Cential Committee winch the AVus de wh.ch bind her to the Union. not been prc.vu/ctifor by the act of 1828, the the Spanish dominion; in Aincr.ca. General. Commission

::. ; Of View, TilE DOCTRINE OK ACttflKSCENCE: IS nounced., Let it now be aJ.e.llhal! the dejegatrit amount ol ins full (pay in said line, accoid- Ai.tli''ulllvcJ4cLav---- ---- SeutlUtKUlIltIV Srsicr\VATDK and attention ST., NE\y

A MONSTROUS ONE AND WHEN Al'- to hs: rank, but ..... prompt
; not III
to the I5ll.ir.ore Conveuliuii d.d not lug any cu-e to exceed JUt' all articles ot
Here Proof from the produce
Record !
PLIED 10 THE MEASURES OF THE; I give their! ailhenon to or acquiesce in the a captain's pllly, during his -natural lite; and nil orders promptly

Lqf. ADJUSTMENT IT KKCUMKS: ; HIDEOUS -| nomination of Ca a. Thy, or I.vu out n( "Snof.'LDett TO SU0CL.uEawTII J. CALUOU.V.. !" those wl.o have sued lis>s time, but Ie.-: AKE. ap129-tt

IN MS DEFORMMV the ihrut! of them, regnrJii'l\ 'nfttliij, nt ihcirItltert ; than six mouths, proportionate pay during Gen. Pur.(: is tus reported from I.Ss P ekicTea

; in the piipcri ol thii State arc now on READ: TIHS./FLORIDIANS life-from the 4th of Match.! 1831. speech delaercJ at Now Busloa in January Company
.
'$ AID AND COMFORT TO THE DISUNIONISTS I iccord loKhovv.IJut Although the Southern champions of Next, as he appeared in 1836- I.I..t : 7Cand 77 1/nUou *t.,

OF OUTII CAROLINA( in clIme hick after a digrrfo''011, to Cci,. Pierce have |paraded good many votes lie rrftrrtd to the Ciwis//Ji'ion cf the Country, 4. "THE PEKIN TEA
.. thc-Correi"pondiiig Cllllilll the ol the Eteni of Inn while in Congress, to show that he AGAINST THE OLD UKVOLUTIOXEUS. and ia .1 J'iai$ tf.un iff tiu.bz'it ,iervnicJ trielli'Ulhli been established many
From the News of May, 151.JLAirtxtjf ( At I i..\\\', silt: "that pbircralhiecnX CVnftttnti .- always maintained a
If
r).'Itrict.'' with Dr. By rile piohaMy IUIufldwith wasbw /! against the reception of abolition page SCO ( the I hl'useJomirpas! of I ns." Jiii: ffotitioH''iie-f lejtso itneq L'oezF, for 1 eas oi the mot .

the Southern Ritftls Concentim at the dtafting! of their address. This addre petitions, there are on record a few fatal Coiiirre.-s for 1836 it will be fi-und that the I.I.U tlit !:''. 'J".Jo'wIJ. ;Jk'tIIf1 a e'rr;yman II this and frngrancy. ant at pr>cts "
ChaiUttcn, to the Southern Jtightt Attociatiom! '' oppioces of the nominations of the except'ons to this al'e' ed course of action. bill No. 353 was introduced u/o extend the t.tini, cvtdJ but usseui toil at '&UFHCl 2i 1'1.r inaianco given s:1tiSt tioo. '.

of the othtr Slattt. I Baltimore Convention, and approves of the We have another unpleasant; developptnent, provisions of an act entitled an act 'up->!cmentary ., "'fA.VATlCAL."TO SAflbFif Tim MOST ranted rure. nnd may be retained
ULTilA; ACOUTiOMsT. to be as they are
We publish on our first page this A.1 1 jrerc, action of the Florida delegates theieto in ;paiticularly impoitant to the people of Flor. to the act fur the rsluf of certain rrovo fold by tUs Compncy are done j

. which we commend to the attention of ail j/o/f at.ctiwnng the action of that Convention da. We have already published the vote in surcietitg officers ami soJieivf the Rcvulu. After a reference to his achievements in lb and 1 lb. packages,

r.t oar readers. Emanating as it does from a and its nominees. One of these delegates which he refused to allow Mr. Brouke, of lion, npprov-d 7th. Jt"c.1832." Iexir.o.- for country merchants to have

.ii Convention composed of about four hundred J. C. McGehee, came home and attempted Virginia, to I ring his two negroes to the At page 1.250, same Journal it i is stated: Tie tpeitker n-nn took up the tubert cf Slavery. with a small out by of capital, !

i and fifty delegates, from all portions of the to get a letter into the Floiid art, D.:&.trict of Columbia. Now see another that .11 he principle! of this [bill (353)) was lIe srtid it io'as the r.iatet t'IJlbie uf the CO.ltnl, may uniform ulwny character be co.tain of Tea of ;having which

I''t 'JfI. State, we take it as an authoritative the Democratic organ at Tallahassee, explaining vote! coming home to the interests of the engrafted as an ainen.Iment on the hill II. /alMt ww: "III'iO rcrardcd; : n/-: by IVaW.i i g-to.i. .. fortil11flj Here is a large Toricty are
mar SAW
b, f enunciation the determination and will of bi is> reasons fur not coalescing' at slave-owners of Florida. R. 212, and pas-el the House, but did not H!: l-'l: IN BOX iJ.\I.iS, wr.rnO.t. l1UM.4 FLlL.L'G .\ wrappers "f ho inside u of leaj.

(f' 1 : I the people of South Carolina. WE MAY Baltimorey'rtd' was unable to do so, awe It was said very boastfully, that Franklin l>as the Senate." IllS m\lt'l' 1EV.LTAT IT. :LAVER.Y -- tar proof raper,and the outside

'.: : cow TAKE: IT AS A 'FIXED FACT.' THAT THE learn from* letter to that effect which the Pierce was so sound on Southern rights that At page 1,044, same Jounial, the title of IS eTR.tty TO TIm CONSTITU'lION p3r.For sale at tho New Ynrk

' ..."..: .p.' FTITX or SOUTH CAROLINA WILL WITH delegate addiessed to another journal at that nobody was to be compared with him exCept bill No. 212 isgivei; in these words: "All act in fome the JtfJ'cct.-'J" moral blot upon thecharacter the Agent, JOHN\

;": I.-I DRAW FROM THE PRESENT CONFEDERACY time published in the same city. It was John C. Calhoun. What follows, with extending the provixions of IIeart entitled an of nation. 154 Bronghton St.* :

'.0.' <: ; so soon as the Convention of known that the delegates did not acquiesce the vote there recorded, shows in what way act supplementary to t'leuct fur the relief of The report in the Manchester Democrat Feb. ( :

1 -.eo ._ the State already elected, meets next win- inthe proceedings at Baltimore, and jet the they pull together. Pierce on one side anJ certain officers and soldiers of the Revolution further proceeds upon the same subject. Mr. rN A. MAYER

t; c," :.'. teT,- unless the grievances of which she, in Eastern Committee said they approved of Calhoun on the other. And that oil no less ." Pierce had said that the present law was Kroa;hton street,

:.'. :... .... 1y common with every other Southern State, their course," although they were ready to a question, than a petition to abolish slavery Afpage 1,0-15, same Journal', it will be in no particular! different itom the law of !?.OFFERS for sale

I .;'. .tJ":" complains, are redressed and unless the aggressing -: sustain Cass Is there any parallel hereto in the District; and in Florida, aId! the slave found that the question being put as to 1793: : & line of business, bcmdI'irit \

4. 4II4' ,i 'i; States conclude to take a goal I the case of the Whig party of Florid trade between the States. He would not let whether this bill Mhould be put upon its final Here Mr. FOM gaij"; that, without .interruptiolPthe Gas, vas

-' .:. :':0;.:.i: ny steps backwards.We lJIa.j sustaining Mr.Cabell, (who distrusted Scott,) two negroes come to the District in 183-1; ;passage, the vote stood: yeas 89, nays 86- in speaker he wishM to make, aa inquiry: : If Lan ,'eth's \.'\rrantcd

: : l\ have no disposition, even if we find ami.! their support at the same time of the and in 1833 he was willing to listen to. a Franklin Pierce voting in the negative. to no pus particular* the present did:law raut V,* why was it nece&ary Sc:tfeods ars, &,0. &e.

.I". ;:t.r.\. ability to offer advice to the people cf that nominee of the Whig National l Convention 1 proposition to prevent their pacing from At page t 1.046, it will be found that, a juucrnl P. replied that the old law could not At irLoUaale and

1$.'1 y' State in fits emergency. They, in our opin 1$ t- ere, we ak more emphatically, an.i, one State to another-and for making a free motion being made to lay this bill upon the be executed because its execution:: depended on N. B. Spirit manufactured
:i' ..; l ion, are the beFtj'1dgi'S what; course they more interrogatively, a case of more bald State of Florida. table, the vote upon the motion to lay on the State Ccn. ts. lie also said something which and for sole' 'ee low as can be.
:.. -1. should and in the table stood WIM uul fully uuJerstooJ. about the law of 1793, Northern market, for rash or
pursue vre justice cannot find contradiction, of sinister obliviousness, than The Alexandria Gazette brings to light the : yeas 63, nays 11l-1j'ank. ,
.,;.l: .l\ fault with them for lin Pierce in the as based partly on the common law, I
t being mere restive: under that of those Democrats who rebuke Whigs following: voting affirmative. He ".1:1 then asked, -'W as either the law of New Goods Kqw !.
;. ".M .: ": t', degradation and insult than we have been for supporting Scott and Cabell ? Ought For the information of those who are laboring At page 1,047-48, it "III. be found that 9J, or the piescut law, founded iu any degree :

, .:...f4t.; ourselves. We have ever deemed that those nut they who through mere fecundity of to show the devotion of Gen. Pierceto the main question being put upon the same upon tho common Jaw!" Q Wholesale and

':.',.f" ;.: who are to give and take the blows, are the w. rJs, are enabled to condeinn' and renounce the institutions interests of the South, bill, "Shall the bill pass?'' the vole stood:- the.- Piene.-**law.1 can't" go into a dUiuisitionupon -g-L's'A' RECEIVED, direct

.r..' 2 .: aes\ judge when the blows should .be given Whigs, without having themselves shadow we extract the following from the National yeas 109, nays 75-FrunUm Pierce voting The ic common{uiry was then ma-do. "Do you regard *ffi Large Assortment of .
4 .r Dress Jood of -'r""eb, Iritish
ded received. of straightforwardness or I propriety either Intelligencer of January 5th, 1839: in the negative. t'ue tcaturv3 of the Fugitive tlavo law as cousiat-
tt;'.): ,; 4, i in South Carolina with NmUlo.1ltlw I t' Manufacture. comprising in partFrench
being a and in. to in c.it
sovereign as party tactics or high ,pnnc.pie; times Ts SENATE. JANUARY 3rd, 1339. AGAINST THE WIDOWS. oil curd Ginghams,
,
:.,; 41 dependent State has a ;perfect right to secede -, past-who have played trie JHMUS in ma- Mr.! McKean presented a memorial from The do Gen. Pil.1'ftFell, if I must answer, JVo, / French English, and
act of Vidows of officers ii.t. 1 hunt bxnaiki'd J likctt
1838.gives this
.t: .,. : from the Uiurn? which she voluntarily! 1 ,. llvring and the weathercock in professing ceitain ladies in Erie country, Pennsylvania, &c.. entitled to pensions. to under the act Slave law. J 1aauvseid No.if i UAV.A MJST Fvtfbve REVOLTI.va ;- Furniture Chiatz, Fig'd and,

,_' '.:} i; entered .ii.to. whenever, in her judgment tbe -ought not they to hide themselves in re. praying a law of Congress to ABOLISH SLAVERY of Jun7, 1832 married the FEEUXO AT THE GIVING UP OF A SL.1VE.TllB ''II. Do. Jackonets and Muslins.Plain and .
prior to ,
. expiia-
: 1 : interests and preservation' of her (people ie- liracy, rather than set themselves up as preceptors IN THE DISTRICT OF COLOMBIA AND THE tion of FUOITIVE SLAvE LAW W "PPOSEO T, UUMAMry. lins
the of ,
b..r ; quire it. This is a right which she has in and exempuib of political rectitude 1 i THRRITORy OF FLORIDA and for the : last period said officers,' &c:, :: [Here some one inquired ': it noi I Cambric and JackoneU
.
'. ,J servceanJ.hiefoi-e the 1st January, 1794. opposed to right 1'] Yes; it is opposed to moral
common with Florida. When
and other Cxsar hail that Silk Tissues
"giown ,
Fig'd.Ueragea
every so great" as to prevention of traj/ie'Between the States
lor five after right. But our fathers made the .
the and
4th -
of March ,
; 1836.the
years compact
r:: : Stale. She has a and should be have the 'teens, ,
'. right permitted jaouipted inqUIfwhat meat he The petitioners desired a"refurence to a select we most fulfil it I ay nothing of the humanity
t .""-1 _r"f ,. to withdraw peaceably! ; but it may f cron." in moral propui lions be wau diminishing committee. been annuity allowed or to pension their husbands which in might virtue.have: ofsaid of it-nothing of the right of it." Wide and Black FIoreae Silk, very Silks cheap, of.
"
r.! happen otherwise, and the Federal authori- from the 'Binalhiess of a gnat toair. Mr. Williams, of Mississippi! ; ;, moved to act it Jivill .at, the lime'it was This i is' the version given by. :the corres- Crape Shawls, plaio and

;rI; ties may have become so debauched by their ." lay the motion to receive on the table. In'1841 a bill the House passed.of. Representatives pendent! fhe\ .,Manchester paper. The Pans Kid Gloves, Black and'
:;;, 3 t overgrown and ill-gotten r.lJ.at they But we have not given the full develope- passed Concord Democrat Do. Silk and Ltalo CJUres,
I' : power Aftef discussion : gives the
following "
some upon a question of to extend the act oi verSion Lind Polk Gaiters
1838 Jf
may,attempt to restrain her the Union ment of the of the nny
: by views delegates Haiti- of the language: Boot
I orderfMr above mentioned, and when it reached the < hronia-tippe ev Opera
: ; .n' force.: When that cornea,' THEN. I.NDEKU more in 18.tVltb.;. which the toalldne s" I tqj -- I Ties, Buskins
Senate must ajisiacr the i Single
; Norval l stated oth the it was resisted I IayMr. Pierce. The qvntioii 1 Zo, I dq
!,. a ; v .Lcosflt THE "TUG OF WAR."-aiid of the Eastern Committee's address 'is in I .brieflyUhat J> Senate flol. MVt betuasi.eiti/ liked t. say .av4 Th most approved styles of i
debates for is Flcciti/Jt
! :' ;:. J"I, ,1 are much mistaken! in the Southern i peo- some measure to be tested. R. J. JMoses' of subjects embraced this petition would in 1841; as published-"the lAw. CJDiIDmd .No,1 LOAThED 1TJ ILkV1, Do. Children's Hats Silk

; .:: ( .Io \ their position in the contest will, bte an West Florida, n1iaf the delegates, finding all probability not be presented 'for'LegisIa-: Congressional Globe, .page 117,, show* lhat A MOST lEV01.TING FEJL1XGATTHE trimmed and of the

:1, ,t': equivocal one.. As for ourscif, in the Jan- the receJ"tlOII'gtV' to Mr. McGehee's letter. tion by tb' Senate for a long time to'com iOn General Pierce made a speech. on the. )25tb' GIVING UPOf"A' SLAVE-THE LAW ,13 ,'KrBnch flowera. rich Bonnet,

:\ u.geofone of Carolina's tluaatc&inctherefore, if no otbar, it wa'v July, 1841 in which he thus states his position OPPOSEU TO IIUJMAN1TW.f .:;: ',1,: Grnttetaen.. ll'tar, .. ,.i
Tallahassee
; own the
. :. : gallant sons, by "organ" ;a* determined i "U eta'lr.'forf wcraircdv U Boots,Gaiters, and Shoes, f
that the petition should lie the on the pae . t ;' wbowaae" nt in command of a sloop-of- to be untrammelled' hi exposure of fact ( proper ." on rep ) to right'a well a Imnianireraiik ; \Gol1er.l"ferc Rsady made Clothiof, a
Mr.
to L
,
Uenieij he'said
, :**"I' \1'U blockadithe j port of Charleston in a and addressed a'long I letter to the Sntifiel] table. ',)- "' : ? cThat rcphii.'Ye ii loJipoScd trf n ial"rigbt. some verxin.A- *--'
!,h1 formiir'contest with the Federal GOvern- in which Ii e'"tatesag, the chief reasoifof his To lajrjbe motion to receive. ,pn "thr Jable Senator, (Ms- Bmfen.y ; ..6emeJ ;;J.'l e'aoy; s'thq'I twce oC Genora.t Pie rce' .Cotmtry rnervbantapplied for
i I I meat*" WHEN ; to him, could not. have been apprized: of f fthe opo '.&' Fugitive Slave Uw. The qao4tation equal to New York prices. Tb
: 'i IT COMES TO FIGHTIXO, WE course, that he had jresed Gen' Cas would have been equivalent to refusing to progiess of revolutionary: lid i I in rk.' inclnda the very lacgung used bj are solicited to call and examine

" '': 24: S TTJLt C330SE TH* SIDE TO hour CPJN. II while in Baltimore; upon the very point up. '[I receive le! petition. rose iiowr-ta state vh ttItat'pensions.piogiess had I l'tta.(r&fl.Geueral, od taken down at the tune It nu ute eQ-At the Brick Cash &ore

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