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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: October 7, 1852
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
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j.laJ1i1 in the Democratic Cam,. bered, was one of that committee: and was !e as it now itandt.1 The Correspondent Governor, btlt iraviiiuch as you inform me precise lanJuag'TfBut-1, am unable to give you bin Sunday, be wrote e ih'a. ; riM l Jlttwf.
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. therefore fully acquainted with the motivesof then adds, ."[1e (Judge Broome) Went that Judge ,Broome denies bating ever need remarks published the Florida never seen as if for the first'time V : be iwdjhearj it ia- i

The evidences of alarm on the part of the the framers of the bill on to Fhow he was thinking: of a Fugitive ;, language of import similar to that imputedto any, reference"fo''his,n asertjori made Sentinel timatedth t mjr'posit'ioB Va* uw .exaetlr ij

Democracy are significant. They fear the and its effects. Slave law different from that which was afterwards him in the newspapers, I have no hesitation that ppeechjtbat'l have in what he badrepreset4i1"!; 2:. V

taken by Judge Broome on the Com He thus spoke : V passed, leaving his audience to in saying, that J have always understood substantially,. incorrect.any jut I reason to The Governor did noir'beiur Jad cBrooa V

. .jution Union "The recommendation with which t, in suppose tho* he did not say so, that he nt. |I the Jude.u expressing the opinion that besad repeatedly! the recollect of bi at Qurrrcy ay be bad always beeft ia favor j

;promise and questions may not only common with all tbe other members of the tered no word of dissatisfaction against tbe i; that the Compromise measures'were in violation speech, that he-j>refe"rfed a dissolution course ot& of preservmg the.Unionk nor.awthwr like V .

Defeat hat, but slIlk the Democrat'c'! lket! committee, cvrdiaJly concur-which propos's Compromise measures as pissed. This was of the Constituting and that the the Union to the Compromise and insisted it. But he did bear him fttattwat kvwta- V V I

wkich bf.rs tbe prestige of his principles.Befitted an appropriation of a crUm sum of his speech in town' Tbe next night he South ought not to suSmiUathem.. I would oa i immediate action by the, South. Mr. ions of 1830 remained,mtchacged rend that .

in the lat Republican that Judge money to Ttxa?, in consideration ot her cir. spoke at the Navy Yard, and then the question ( state, that from fcoiivereatlons with Judge Atkinson's account I believe to be correct. he had nothing to.retiaciL J.djr-Brno n' .1,

cuuibcrihing her boundary recommendation was distinctly put to him -'Did; you at ,i Broome, or from language used in my bear- 'CHARLES BANNERMAN under this mistake speak of Gor Brown's I
Broome was reported in the West as Seek- which is founded on the assumption of any time in 1850 or 1851, express yourself! inggf inferred tbat be was in favor of a 'bad memory !" Let tbe rederr_ in the .!

jib escape from his Disun'o.i: posit-on: tv her existence as one of the States of the as being in favor of Disunion or Secetssion : Dissolution! per te as the greatest good so TALLAHASSEE, September 25, 1852. >. foregoing, bn rn good i i. Judge. Breoott. I

kteifl 1S50-51, by denials.Ve! now pu'u-I Union, on the terms and conditions on which in preference to the Compromise, a.s it now ; far as the South, was concerned.As Being asked by Mr. Cushy whether no memory! The Floridiaa- in Its>comments !

J lisbentire the ceri'ficates from the most reotptetabe >ae w.s 1niutJ-f't'elf'3 to impose an oblfgaliou F' nJt ?" His answer was a FLAT DENIAL to the parculorangungt, with reference my recollection of the positions taken by says : V V "It s .

Jj j to evplai] that the ground which I \\"hicli.Mr.. Avery speaks I have Judge Broome in his speech at Centreville. MWC do not charge that .tliere! hAl beta V !

Jt men in Middle Florida proving 1 have a ata.neJ i. piecisc'ytlut w.i>c& / eccuvJun In another letter, dated Pensacola, the .. only to say that I did not hear Judzei in Septemhler, 1851, corresponds with that anything wrong in 1heVrnangemtof tht ;,

t tie 1'IIe! places', anJ causes, of Juthe pied the K'orMi'"o of amiexition after 16th instant, it is said: I Eroonc's speech>i Tallahassee, in which, it of Mr. At km sou as detailed in his letter of monetary afiairs of tbt 1'rfGar1.bich the

jane's affirmation of the sentiment of havin z received the assent of Texas, too* I J, is f.aii. h<> used inch language; bat I am the 18th, I reply that I was present and Whig leaders about the capitol "are''afraid

Beard. The mast charitable! inter. hroug JKLUC tD the Senate bf the United Last night, at the meeting in \Tarring.ton :I'.I very certain Uia lhe words _have been re- heard that speech, aud Mr.Atkinson's state- to submit tote. Fcnuinizmg.eyes, of their
JIajot (Navy Yar!,) I charged Judge Biooine iI
States. Then sir peatedty jiul'U.Vd and of here
notjrithstaud'iig mopnion > spr-ken as'I utent is correct.. opponeDtsjjr! .e will' tell tbe'pewple!! that
that cau be placed ou Judge on the authonly of the Sf'11indt'ith making 'I those I
pwtoiwa tlut him oVfctbat all
the emplojed'hy"
CoLgrrto of the UniteJ. occasion, 'HALEY T. BLOCKER. this ,cry. against Judgeraised : Broome" is not
Bout's denials is that he has forgotten States in the adoption of that resolution, the renai", after tbe Comproriii** 'assures f I and sy f.traiilw'hate not been con- Mr. Blocker Sh!ri3 of Leon County. without a motive. What thalinotiTf

poswuS: .taken by ia-an4 be it rem lQ.be hal iraiiscenJed tht-ir coustilunonul 1.0( .\'er.r hal all 1"->sed, that they 'tore the |i trailiced, by the Judge in this section of the its tune nuTjdmfage; bat who the Legi** I ,

-J DJt as a candidate, hat a volunteer ams.ifreJ that it was my duty to submit Constlutiou nlserat.e: : : to ms au.! latter5, leaving toe !, blate. Respecifuliy, &c., TaLLARissxe SepU meer 21, IS32. latnre of the State cball convene in Koremter V 4 1 1t
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to t'.ejii of tne mijinty, expresid in theIro.ll relTillRhts not pre'rril1 D. P. HOGUE. In conversation with Mr. John Hall, of it will behoove the representatives ofti.e t.
the exciteJ Caariuriimise ; lip ih2 declared he Lad !, .
gj m caunpagn.Tbe u> ;'tatiny no recolectivia !-
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iLe coust.tutioa; : haJ piecrlbeJ this couniry, about two weeks since, io the people to i institute a searchIng examina _
meaary of the people however, trea fx the exp.e.-sion of the leg'at'ev.iI.; mark." whatever (f having made 'the. re- MR. CLIJBT: Ia tny note to you on yester I presence of at least J. J. Banns, of this to.i to see if there i is Hot something '**de,. 1 :

lurrs op the obnoxious sentiments of political C'>Iucnp'5; tl'at the cpuiiou I' hick I persona'lv day, I omitted to starf ite zrounds of th I Coiinlv.. and III\-3elf._ Mr. Hilt sad that.Jn.lo-c. neath all--V this--.-- Lmn/al/\nk- ----)----- ,rrva-- _-i...<.r *-v K> -
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"n'ina'nad ?s to the constiustiouahty of V i..h'rcne I diew from expressions of Judge i LiOome hal remarked in Democratic candidate-to If tbesextraorj.nary
t speakers, and ia this case they will not :I I a public specb, enquire !, .
of tri: s uie.i>:.re :.iau neea oterru.ed by the STATEMENT OF JOSEPH CLfFBY.At BIVe t.1 !n'\ !hean-g-ti-at tri- JLSI thin; ,; I before the Centreviile Southern Rights Ciub, efforts to defeat him are not '.

_4ey cannot-forget the established! I.o.i-I tec.siou of the CO.r1..teu constitutional an- published in tfie Sentmtl. for tie South; vroulii: he a (:i'50 I'ItIOi1 cf tua I that lip was not d candidate fur any t'Sce. traceable directly to a desire to hide' from I'

lion of JuJ Joe Broo Much Jes will thr vfcgtt j I honly"f the U'.ited Slates, I acquiesced Ju4ge Bro .m 's fir't appearance as a Disrtvaunt j U.tioi.: I i justice to Jjilge BIiVme and mv-I and xvouiJ not artept' a nomir.at'on. except t.e! ,public gaze some act of the party in ,

tail nearly the united Democratic I tjcn. as I have uuiie ever since, u> the nliJ.I uniolli"', the Cotn1u..mise: measures rotH, I beg It-ave tJay, that le has If' UTjder Siuthsm Confederacy. Mr. Kill: power which they prefer should remain .
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part of Florida, supp'>rte j ai.! vott J farJ'tjir I :ty of tL.1t act; a.id, t 1- refJre. I have cur- was in a. !et'r to 1 !in>u'is iMcl'.e; I ; L;.q.; E.-! eJly :J>okke' of tire great wrongs and inju- I I is well knj' ;n a? a ma: of rl* ttihIit.Y in concealed from the people." .,
u'a'Ty' cor.currej in the >ostioi to whici lies the .South aa fi;ta tied at the hauls uf I i Ihis and Deinccivt and li..s: The .
Be4ri-aapporteI hln: with a decl.. pnj itor of he Washington $L'r.ion, d ilta ..iig.it county a ptaJenitnt Floridian here*n&nuata what be does
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I t'.e. report refers- .!at wl.vh RICo'G'\JZE.S 2, IS..O, -\ !II rn was p'lbji&'ied! in the l/Hion I :c ( tuj LuuH.tutKM! no lontr.lafffrd.1) I was maJei a mainer to show liiat not ckaffat he dare not charge-what ,:
n\il.lf: oI"U.UII blfle ti: CJ.tllr..n: T' \"is ;.j :he r".jMfJ proprietor oi t.e s Jij oi i!> li .aol that moitb.: In toat letter, ) the ojDen* j-uj jlle! any wtPt'J,1' I't tj lie desirtu no privacy about it. he Las the best rt'il.or\ the statement -of. ,I

Qirh.' ow.& oi i aai iuai. 1 I I vra:i t'fc U -itelSlates i propoaca to acquire eZ .act!- fp' .i .,-.i'ri we have -ul:;sbeu! hes ;! aiid H,. t /T/IT, that tic greae-t Wf.Oro; haJ R. A. bHINE.TAIXABASSEC its own Corrpfrollcr: ; Major BEASD, to* be- i 1
fro-n that ; ." Seo-i done tm! oy tile ailrriison uf Caltfurma :
Tie S *t:i.J al:.- r.a.ra'33, in the Ian tate.Jr. 'y. that! t'.! Co-rij.ro: n se meis'ires, tr.n in h"Ve to be ntwe, awl ve have uo- doubt
n'e tbe rcam.; < | Derr.f, in a letter to a Convention I (,..c bill: and cal'd! th: K-n.ibti3 bil'," cr itw>c. thci: diity no I le,. than thalr mi ptetalcr ti. 1332.. ihat paper MUST BEETEVE IT UNTRUE! I I. ,:
"rclc CO')1] ajc>:o aau i i Wrest to bit-.ak tiie t.e : that bound the two It ,
ma.il-I' wh.ch asse.nb'e-I: about that time in Macon tju! :rrer.t, w.vid d;"so'v! ? the, Union : being Jen.ar.Jid of The by Mr.: Clisby: I How can any Goierner spend money not j 1 I \ :
leaf G Browns revelation that eccto"S: L.V.gchcr-i.e i lower Call- _
>v. i whether
QUtCKLRTrlAN THE '\LOT I'l-'O-l upon I heard Jmg! E.-ootrrs at thp CourtHouse appropriated 'J lawl ,

Broome \vj s the advocate of a Southern, I Ga, said : VIbO( and that nothing I ut tile l\li lI.Jr. .' forr.ia.: and thus ohta'i. for the Southern Tallahassee, Octobers, 1850, use : t

Cou'tL'mcy Guv. Br< \'n juy be mi1 : Toe }'ropr.. al cl 1 tie! a.1jastment with Tex- line \\ou.J! save the Union." SJction an ouret njion tie! PaciCc.: As II the exres :,;. ;'i K ::'i'.Ay support Ho j 'aiert tf-at Judge Uroone was in favor tires -tore tut Cor.st-tul Io ran at>dtal'eftt
.11 v.i.J tl.. aJ :;._ a-xt a.pearance \"- s\t Mtc.: uke.: t
r;: 'f I r i t. : j (!''UiiUli se, ,11<> rvrtup.no rnire.justlre than
1. Aa evni. a li.spo-iiion to coaciiiatuir in tus C I.lr, "n the 7th Jay Si 'ep1clr.tJer, pr : leaving tits 7nieiat remnants r.U troiiAprcs I It would seem tthe Democracy an h
6.JIilt-t"s: Wl'St! *,.".! .- we, >v:.:. : \"I.: hell tour c.tuse. ., tlut :n Cfl:1u c.ionit CIY fta*rt.lt I :;'rwg.' J du not fee; at liberty, reluctant 1,
I .8.0. At that n.eetut, avid S. \\'a.kl'r. : aleo uneasy, JesVtiaie, and Col. Ward's ..
him la a-s: ;:tri ttir. .., a'J vhT the! .efo-e j 2 h't'l.N" Tf xae. as a oveie1n Stat I IN r-3H Ke i'ttr (,f Pu'iic! : Lanas, cjKied the I i i \ou ehoulJ also: 1 1ihis.; : tins TIt Judcei I as I am, to withhold my decl.lralioltbril I I. ex .V I,.
w. ti.e iit't'e4 to 'rc.df i B. was a tiibuniotii'-t pcrte, uas only an ii.- I.earJ him uCe that expression tn that and positions, would utterly explode Judge t
lo'd.JsaJ l.. party ( auf qnt-stion di, ,
hart c.1t<; :a ; they irjii;;1 anr..pt j 'n -ion. an-1 bjioke st !'cuplh 11: -ft-nce f't :
li.e d..,*(;. al| of her ('.vn -inury.. If any i ard : .oj(1J of the i ft-rence of nfn.e Lasw t.lIon h.s \mft.-t dis- on other occasions ill pUblic speeches. Broome's Tariff dogmas. The Floridian'V I I
; "| Coinjirt.K..se measures. :
he.nousne }
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tomagiufy s" reut.j.jpiiTtt ; I Le l.aJ :ieiie1 b-h\'Eeio us an.1 t'Jiiiii.I I Httja'Ucu'iiiJydwelt i.ajioio7y and defe..ce I IUril :t .it:5>faclijit; with toe Union, aud upnn nr ,\ \1. L. IHOMFiON.GOT. II extra presents a"table of duties respectively .

; aaJ with pIO"'i'.t:1.' t.e ;( Slates m ocr tl's.O:1: of 1802 ij b.il for of own coi.vIctton: ti-at no sacn great ".'.orbs.a..s q.
the iiie! ati l&I."u Caiiforn: I ; under the Whig Tariff of '42, au'd the' .
of Gt WO'JI' 1-i'. )., olerrd .1 .rlrus.os. Lc deplcteil had been actually ptrpetra'u. Brown and Judge Broome.F.om .
c5ce v'rD.r Sy mni; :.i .any : Ct ail ; j ami at the co.of his defence oi it.it tnoajuie Pumpkin TarilTof 18 The j : :1
Yours &c. G. tales in each
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: 3. iJtva use ti.e ie.1.tc.0 ece.eVI I wou'id V :
aowitheniv! : he asl iVow fe'low-cii O "h" V
COllte: s ;1.1 iorjrs ; tna. :eu, : the ScntineL
u o-ne New Jievicu a.jJ free front DAVID P. HOGUE. are pkced together in parallel cnJurrios, as if
!he elti ,I" 'o..e- ol u.. *:o area ru.I- partci W"in.l l pr"f -r a ili'S'!Iat'Ofi: of the L"n'in to Judge Broome on Sakardarl; the 28th i
I tl'c f:u.sri.; ; i J.e adm.siol\ CahlU r.ia ? Judge B.oome, TALtAffhiEESpte&er 23. 1s.:2. August i !Izal, Uci.vcteJ; a *j.eecli in the Cap-7 i everyone could not detect at a glance that ia :. 41
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I pl.-4.t'l 'pe.onuid I j i. 4. i'l.i.c.p&iiy! because relievl: V j; Tcxis r..i ng tl r assemblage! which wiu not large, MR. CLISBY : TroHgl I cannot recollect itul, and, ia controversy '.. .tl1 Major Ward, lone I case the duties are specific and in the I : 41
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. lets ac ti.iiiaary f :"n.ii"r.s: lI: prc..rie- '. Jill het dbtit vvouiil Ue.'e'.ojie! her encrlric, >
I, raiPeJ !himself pay! tro.ji \\"hlre he was rei the precise wins uscd by Jud e Brucme in stated his past posit.on U OIthe Ubio.i |i, other ad valorem! and that therefore such { i:
tits,and may excuse jC G\ .'to., .' '*-j.I! :.;&d I o.tfIJer a. sii!& s ..eiui'jng; :;tate in j i cl-ning. o.i the grass i.earlhe box up'n which in his speech of the 5th of October, 1850, of the! States in altogether a Cerent point! a comparison is We J ;,.,
j) tj. quarter. as of incalculable! uiipTl'.nce I Mr.. Walker! hiood,and said sometbiug \ Ii..chI j of view fron that he himself had voluntarily ;i deceptive. have only .
as the private; c.t.ze'i, in *arai'jp; t.a puad1 1 at thisj j'lac2, let I am fully satisfied that -!
I ;1 10 n..i. anA iiecauj iead.ng U the [)'-* i did rot he.tr. llr. Wa'ier' then iiiterroga- I the whole f his declared it to Gov. Brown, in an interview k time cow to remark that we can show, by .h
in te ;Ie .nst ti.e .1 wope arJunehta" to f. .
? : jicr aa iUjf'i. liriol'Cii of ulhe..n I I IU 1 11;| him as U what he had Mid, and Jud c 1! prove that the Constitution had been violatedby witii the Goveri-.er on ,these ',questions, '| the Tarff reparf of "1846, that that Tariff r f.I ..
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th'aie-s: tuem f.-m toe SJCC5S of tach 'i i'arihcr append a re"oloiion adopted '. Broome replied, repeating what I supposehe the passase of the Compromise measures sought by himself (Judge B.) Ou tue faith :i axes a lower duty. upon many of theluxnrie : ".

Dtic-tr, tic ati ira: .s. I Ifcy a De-nocrati j: as::..!;iy a'sn; 'in Georpr'a, t Aiid L'e1tre-tatiJ that V le prefened ai I. -iiay, moir, that it bad teen destroyed anti of those statements Gov, Brown bad, in and supei Unities of the rich, than it does V 7 }.

i Toe F.und: an a-:!! Jcarnal is si'Jins; to : a"out the tme: of tfie of t.e: commit- i j Difnolntioii to that inea lart"o SU'I5Cqll' lJtl.f. tran>pied; uinler foot, and that we should friendly correspondence on these great 'ne1 t of '- Vt I .' .t .
report the
necessaries of the
{ Gpn. Call spoke, and put this question, "l( resist. The words "torn lions, both before and atler tbe Ju" e'8 upon many poor. ,. .
iJ Ue East at ID:s he hour, extras wLci.; tet'e hll': cfmtiined i in seiies wh.ch the 1 meie to rags and ,'Iff
j J a to j ji t'iere! were any pre. ent who preferred DIMI- taUer nomination meulioned his position,' as Le j jundeiftood f 1
$ are not impressed mind '
JUDGE
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upon IP.OOME
wi'J':; u-jubt tc reteIihej a"J circulate!. |i name 'of A. H Chaj'pel is appended : 1 I II men to the Compromise ?" [Thee are thejnoids nor are they important, I* presume if the it from his own lips Io.wit- BACKS"TELTJXe lac WHO urjt< TT : ;

if f ia fth-c-uth-'it y'er! is reJcced to the lost !I Resolved Thst the! nianrs reported to i used in the Sentinel" report of lhat sentiment is remembered. Of the Jujge's that, as a measure of j'oHcy, inJepeuJeiit of V { iil'hil

flrnty: in saving t.e; election of JederMirne : the Set.ate.of the United States by the com- !I! d.Me.] To which two present responded that opinions a* expressed by him, I i-jieak, and l lI : grievances, he was in favor of a Southern I "If*it it were possible to pass that 'AdjOst-. f fmel'l' j,
I : mate df thTi: ikfif d JiJ. and one of tliey two was Judge I I have heard Confederation to extend to tLe Pacific ; and would only-add fuel to'the'.flame.is : tl'
: and thus the chances pp"ximlte as isear a speak confidently. Judge The .
btrei.gttieninjc of that bHI; wmdd I .t.lit
dissolve
the
j ilroa.Tia There was no qualificat'un. as we it ftc, South should fail of getting 36 30, V passage j j i
) be tn far and occasions decla'reIhat
honorah'e
can boj'-.J : a iti Oil two
>< public i
of Joan Van Buren, Pierce, & Co. at the j! tart .r} ajn-c-n-nt of all matter in dispute I are confident, about the CoTipro-a-oe; : nieasure.s the Constitution had V..w vieitltd_ by then .to take Lower Califnnua. ['tual in i Union quicker thnn tke' application of the 1 j

It Xonh. It complains of the 'Sentinel that between tbe slave bofliTtI.d! non-siave a* they tfieatood, on the"Tth September the passage of the Compromise mrasure- &Jit maer''JSJf, he .ld ol nJy! avow ..bim.st'll. .t WILMOT PR OVIO to tte Territories7of: i

,(; itd.d not charge Ju Ige Broome with disuB 'I j holding States of the confederacy; and that -the chief ground of opposition to them indeed the burthen of his speeches was to on IIe lUump, in favor of a D solution, observer 1"'ew-Mex c& .t.Jbre. 4.s m' ,set l ; ',

:on when its editor heard h.m aEr( I' we cmiimeiid then to the cordial support of being the California bill. show that and nothing clp. I heard him independent ui grievances and as a niea-ure'i (enjoying a Correspondence I somewhat .
respond Georgia iJelepation Conffrcs" teliev- Judge Broome's next appearance in this ou the fir-t of those occasions (I7ili I of j.ol'Cy.:: we Lave no>v the ailditioital tesli-t extensive,) amazed at what appears j'j't j
in
Ilhe September
inativtly to GJT. Call tot the I Atkinsoa to me to be the want ol correct information ; i
prefer- { of Biocker
and Han.erwall. [
Was Miccosukie again on the moiiy ,
lug as we rto, that a large m.tj rity of the capacity ISIO, at Miccosukie.) enumerate .
'
ring doctrine at Aliccosukie in l$5.f( The I pope! of Geirrria entertain views not dis- 17ih September, at which we \\eie not precut the wrongs which the South had suffered at Note also! tne declaration in Mr. Hogus'a :letter sentiment at Washington in reference to 'tbe ublic 1 1I

only reply' necessary to this! is that Judge bim.iar from those herein cx;>re>sed. : ; but a miuut oi his speech! on that occa. the hatuls of the G<>vennnei t; beginning below, in reference to Lo>'er California.] I at the South at the would South.'take The political kada t *
j' in In thai conver>.Hiou Gov. .I'\"o. reminded anvthmg that
srou, ry a correspomient, published the J
Broo-ne was not then a candidate. : for Governor The inference Is fiir, that the Floridian ', from a very early period of its histofanal would preserve the integrity of their .
the ot the difficulties; ; 1 respective ,, "
I I Sentinel of about that time, represents the as he ttoui cnr.clmle the recital of each one Jug great attending
-was not asking the 'people elevate |I justifies a preference for dissolution over i JuJtre as deriding the Union of the Stales. of them, he wouiJ eidam.; "a.J this is the ;be adaption of the Federal Constitution, I political parties; but the masses bavs t .\
in this '
interest
lun over their bead We extract a para-I Mr. CIa)'! (or the Committee's) bill. Now, 'The Judge,"ttays the report, went on to enumerate Glorious Union to \hlltr1U are caiiea! I I an J that uptra"le'ones would be likely cannot control. question will which V politicians !
take
graph from the Flondian's extra, that we' weTisk are the people of Florida even w.l- the wrongs which the North 'had upon to sirg loud bo.. Jn3"." He sj.okecontemptuously ; to ex..t against tLe formation of a Southern into their own hands.They Yon will'the matter hear ?
never
heaped us of the Soum. auu conciudeil of it. True Confederacy ; to which Judge Broome re f'
upon said be
he
mar correct one or two of hi misstatemeatsud ling to tolerate thai doctrine If that is was anything more about the southern ddegatee
".his. i-.tbc g--o-r-i-o-u-3 Union to which lot tlie Utnou our fathers formed, but 1 re'h- pliedVeli: if we cannot form tins Confederacy : *
t'te
i to Baltimore Convention
errors : what Jndce Brooms meant, can the peope! gentlemen call upon us to bi:
He fs charged with ?ayin at JI ccosakie, I excuse him, and endorse his doctrine ? Is TtO.S I nn that groivid who did not regard: JuJge Nate Government, than under the present Compromise line." .if

on the fire* 'dtlj wy 1:1 Septeir/jcr. Jfc;0.Lai : juu i C.ome iv.ser tlian Mr. Bcrrien. Mr. I I Ii I Tha next speech ot Judge Brao-ife \\"hich Broome as a D:'uniont, 50 far as tbe present JonfeJeraUou. *.
!: he }.r<; -rreJ a d,, I'ltK-n f f We I'nton 1 1 LeirJ took place at the Court-House, in Government is contented.I Now, tbe Governor, having made statements '" : l f
'n 'U ,l..btZe .if ttiecn3iir"Jii-e.| The **r otnf i Clay, 'Ir. Down, aaJ the other southern I Ii j'. Tj lal! >as-ee, on tne 5th day of October, 1830.He I a.n fully 'cabbed that I have hrprd i in friendly conversation and correspondence Clincher. i .

ro""i -c" 4ierc tef.new .o wos a vei'v uflcrrtoLC i pUi.ols who offered that LIH: as a yftce-gu't thetc reviewed li he Compromise measures, Judge B.-ouine, t-mcc tl.s passage of the Compromise grounded on this interview with. :

frjui that wh.ch: finally: y\ ed.- to t'ae Union We believe no I anJ very partcnlarly: the bill fur the AJciis- measures, bay, without quahrication, the Judge, what other course was left to The Charhittesvfl'eYa.) Advocate,'re- j

The JuJ,e had reference, as every body sion of California. He then and there contended that he vasforD.suition ;and i believe I will him[ as an honorable man, when he heard marks that since Gen. P.erce denies his jfew | j

knows, to **Mr. rlay' omnibus" tmicA had The reported'Original from Comproml the Committee Measures of Thlr-AS that it and they were sweeping viola- be cor.fiiineJ ia my recollection by any candid Judge Broome publicly assert that be bad f oston speech altogether, the following test- i

lies bun defeated. The compromise of Mr. teeu, through; Sir. ClaT-tban whl :h, tions of the Constitution, and I distincfly recollect man who Las heard him speak upon the always been), in favor of preset viiig the I mony oi his own orgn -the New' Hmp- ; \ .

Clay had a fugitive bill which could not have the FJ< l'an andertmnd, Judge that tie used the,words that *theytore .I subjeCt in public or private, since those Union, than to notify Judge Bioome that he shire Patjog-be of the- b faest .ud- { : .)

received a Southern vote except his own. Broome Moald have preferred a dJ"o- the Constitution to rags and tatters, leaving measures became laws. I was astonishedto bad not BO understood, nor so represented portance V V :: -

It required the owner of a runaway to give lotion of the V'lon. the misfrable remnants nut trotfA fre erven ." learn that he denied a position, assumed him 1. It was not competent for GOT.B to remain "He (G n. P.) is known always to.i V. i : ,

loud in a thousand Jo.lars for the purpose The vi'''* and recorrmcndatlor; >; contained The expreasioitslrnck me as forcible and piquant & late as 1850, and again and again avowed silent on a StatementYhlc convicted acted heartily with his party in"e*'." :Iii11r

cf 6ecurr.' tile rt;ro a trul IA tLe Stati i thfa be recapitulated ia a few I .flf I improved Itself! deeply ou my since that tine his representations of falsity; : and it was shire and we have proved incontestiblr l that

where claim was pot in. In oinerorub, niter n words r report may mind. I am as sure he used tLcse words as 1 an, very respectfully, your ob't serv't, due the JuJge that he 'should know that throughout the prolonged agitation of,htc-: I

the man bad proved his ribt ul property | 1. The admission of new State or I am of my existence and if Jude Broom, ROBERT S. HAYWARD. Gov. Brown bad- considered that conversation years they have uniformly been found on j
in a free Stale he had to submit b.noeif, to < any does not recollect them, I do. I also heard % at all asa private' one, but bad divulged the side of the Freesoilerst and.against.'. 1
States formed out of Texas to be postponed u f
the vexation and expense of another tr.a.. alter themselves him, at that time scoff at and deride the NEAR TALLAHASSEE, it. without as the Qoveruor says South. General Pierce did but ,echo 'jhii I't|
hereafter
t shall
he returned to h.s; bn Stale.' Sot.: a until th-y present Union of the Slates under the Compromise, Sept. IS, 1S52.Joieph iu.bis letter, Supposing that I"u dOing sentiment of his vaztIn 'his own. Stiti I I ,
vibe received into the Union, when ittJl .
I lav was an outrage upon Southern fIt .u>, : shouting out in mockery, This glorious Cli&if, E. gr.., you the lea>t justice, or thai f '*as repeating when HB LAUNCHED HIS BITTER DE. j l
of !
and justiy ta co.ismereJ by the South, ,H ho be the Juty Coogrrss fa.rlya-id* : faithfully Union." So far from qualifying hi* portion, DZAR SIR; :-Your letter of 15th instant opinions which you did not wish should be NUNCIA1IONS AGAINST SLAVKRr :

, framed ie present J law 'vtthoul any of 1e to execute tie compact; M ;.11 Texas by aJmittin taken at Micco- ufcie, on the 7th Septem'.er came to band: on the day before yesterday, made public." No other course was left AND THE FUOniTK SLAVE tAW. |

! jury Nttt C! .b.as tui k such new State or S'atea. his denunciation of the Oompromibe but iH-ha"lh prevented my' 'answering it consistent with honor or even a friendly ':
. featarei. *y"& utrn 2. The aJut.Mion forthwith of Californiainto previous V This extract, says the Advocate, ;ro hil i !t.i
I 25.000 tqtuirertiln more territory from Measures was no rnoreulI"l'arm a:id sooner than the preF ..t.: part to Jadge'Brjouie.Now haj reference to New
Onion with the boundaries which thespeediat Boston
Ttxat t'naa did tilt Ml irfuJi finally passed. she ha tbe J. jgorous than before I, Jjcepb Cushy, I. The eiiqtsiric6! you make' in relatidn to a Ju:1geopme answers two days but that is a mattcr.of.small eonsequenet-; J i
pror occurred as that after; in an bnfr.endly; tone, arguing at
and desire mitt rttra os long ago you
heard the' to certify to
e things Its
Here consists in
. the attempt is made ta relieve Judge 3. The establishment: of Territorial Gov- importance the ai.that
could have taken
he such
le. that
would le difficult to wereit gth no
refer answer
, the foregoing statement. I am sure I caunotne to,
, Eroojie under the plea that he alluded! to eriioi'is vrithoat tie Wilmot proviso for I mistaken.Farlhernmrp. : not that the subject made a firm impression positions. The point then, being redoeedlo ciations Gen.JPitrce :baa "lauach'J and his bht r-denaa : i
and Utah err.bracin* all thet.mCI'j. aga'nit slavery the Fugitive
; the 'e' Mexico of reoection! i
ime.I or ,
Compromise portel by the Comr.itt I assert that from that time upon my mind st tru apparently one veracty Slave Iawn
where
i -the'place the
lhe UniteiMans or occa .
! |f Th.rteen; in his decSaratloas, aud Dot to reer.ty Mexico: acquired not contained by. in th ip at least to &uteoiUr, 1331, Jurl.ce.Bm't"r. would htate.that I w gs present at a Bar- the Governor responds! amrming that he did son which he did so is entirely immstenal. >
iroin :
>. Southern Rights Association take those : and on the 8h
1 bacie the posttto.ia J
, that of c n try .
the Did : s prost1ou.lT nfit:nously I
.
measures passed. 1
, separately o.unoa'iesof California. ooe who prefemfTissaation! as an altercauve of Centreviile. IIi the Ticiuity of Capt. msra-.t, Ju-lge Bioome: sends tae three lettersu -
,, Major C.af
J IJ I II tloo! Did not ht ay, alter repadlaiin; tb: ;ci nn.-aw.res in the rame biff.- measures. ,Tbat V oy coiAnon hotorlt'lh i.e that meeting among ethers,JuJ, e Broome date, in winch be accuses Jibe Governor of get over this "' .
6. The etablz.werit of the .yettern aud V
I "Omnibns bill." that "the snake was only! .f Te a.and the excluier was one \vt.o Jes'red that this irl.ate ,f'\JJUmak. I addre.'seJ the As-ocialion. Att r reyieyr- .grading his iw.tion and publicly entering :
northern botthLIry ( the treasures, ar.d crit:cis- into the political arena; for the appcintir.eQt DExncucr' Ouro.-The ,Saadasky I
South in Ct.iiipromi
will Carolina
common log
cause I
o
scotched not kiUcA t'-a ; illm i'n. 'Iictioa of all New Mexicoj Mirror .
U. of his in order the in- Daily ; a Pierce and King ia !
as
her eiiPrt at secession on account oi the tom- tLJg.VtIem with his jieeirwr tan, W\\'itr. successor, J.udge paper
If another viul Abjection to the bill baJ wiir the grant iu Texa of a pecuniary niom.sf; and that by common: report judge'Broome I the conclusion of his rcmaiks the Judge sir.ua.tes to cover up roty mal[,ractice of Ohio says: V I
Wen trial lu the State which the equivalent; auutLe sec.wa for that porjiosla his The his letter i- "If the encroachments of slavery are cTtr
tU/ury to made! one oi in. mcst thorough d>ou- paid : l I'.e d- paired of f\"t'r.getting redress own Judge says in
iiiCv/ipJtaiiJ in tile bill adroi1tlOJ Cali- j i iO for the inflicted; by the motive indeed which stepped, it must tte by the Democratic V party- l 1
fugitive slave vra relurneJ why uas it the Territorial Gjvera- nion *pesclmsi as late as last Seytdditer, at j grievances "The must be stronc
Icra! ani r'tabi! &I\g j of Tbe great ma-* of its Dtembersare io -favofrof ,1
.t1e Nc-l'janJ for iimssif, ifldj'PflJCtVtly Executive of the State ,
Flurua.1l; aud Journal found in 18idea xico.iUiltJ mev in this County His po?'t.H.: : conlJ induce the to ,
was Uiah J N il-' .
fcr *
wet a; AMENDS was veli: kuown aaJ unJerelocd in this these tb.r.gs, Le th'Mtsrht the S()ulu wouM tome down from his high positoa, throw universal freedom, and rl'onljr requires

p.rtlng ( CAM who abila-red! fmZi ts. EFFECTUAL inEDKL1VEUV C'o1uh., but I took little note of it at tbjtimr J l be infinitely better off weic she sepa-Tteo as-de: his sense of delicacy, and pai/licly! enter tie dr>in away of tone prejudice and good; ;1

Toting: for tte fuuve cave law as a rep- ,lES' *o 0.- A LAW TO M CUitK FKJtoONSTO ; I I -cors. ..i.Jt !iim as a wt.a ell1bus:SOil .],from .be Nona, and lie&d..i 1,1 favor Lhe areaa Jor aloe appointment of his deal of, cowardice., bare the Demo .j

Irate mcasue, j-& >oa tte gronnJ hat i ida it PI'J4'1A-I' OR O'f LABJk !hS :Uiai ttubj"t, and one, the cxueiiiily: of I of a S.ntlleru Coiu'cJeracy, and at Ok!. sjcce sor. What ooud! have induced ouch party show itself! on the side! of V freedom.1 ', i I
301\1); nirl.e t '
not gtuiranla the right of jurg Iritl to LAWS whji views anJ pos.liana; woiiuj b& lkly For trmseif, he could not.see the tcrrib'calam. a step t Is tltm any IhiNt connected vriikkitulm'HistTctitn We wonder what the Southern Demoera/ V
ONE il'ArK UNUhil 'iilK t .
I
hate ahoot uch, aswT
ol to ments
sen
befal the
people say
I" wmk then own cure ;o wjaie iet. He ;,.tie&' that were to tttnt he prefers should pan into
the .an-a Why is it that tne Ffori- nrRlWtto: ESCAPE INTO AiXOi't.LR whxh; bad bee above front their Northern allies 1. Piert f3ternly :
iiimeTf putiiily declared he w duin could eapl>ort Gen. Cass in tint year, ; SiAiJJ. '. V d.te, nur exj-tcied to be or.e. 1 nat be kiw depicted BO Yiv.d'y b) some Statesmen.voaU >poittiatl tppvneiiti 1 If en, it is a reason in goododorwitba1atget&.ihId. l I Ito

avowing as be dd: a doctrine v bich ty sonic An, 7. AVoU-nmg frolJiabolisbingA1an-: l.s; opinltits! .ioiiLl bta.J in the way ofeauy I \ slat ia conclusion, lat this, is Jicy the people sboti.d net gratify him. I eitial portion of tbe Abolition, Fro
r} ; i"!U u. .ef a bea'f |fnalcy, j.roi.jn: ij ceehlcvar heard J. Pas..maqt1odd1" the Mr ssissippsaiid I
ge 5uch mot'rve-i-Bul
"jctw.IU.-111 the. eautaas of IcioO, fie iJ the city'ut'i' will nut charge a 'why
Southern regarded as Aon eAs L.wth I of .
men was > Coiimtga.
tnt fcluve tri.je ia tic Distnct I he losition rl Judje uf Probate f ,r"lhljllCcJUnty. j I Bronne make, and lilt recolectinn of I the'ei.osUions this eitraordiijary I letter of. GOT. ruvtn','a.1'- from the Lakes ,to.the Potomac and Ohio, ; 1::
CO1Ieeaior.at: ./',. We 1ean de&jlaatkr aud was volunteer* in the d,1l'u ti is w difl.inct, that I would be waling his praise are.Joudiy echoed br:soeh joarnas :
We bare what the ,1ihaugb
seen ni't'tWU" -
{Jre.vis.3 I Fret Hit Stniind tf the VJtU lt. sious ut that FalL ubaeq..eGiy! ath.h to quaiih to them.'. V the Judge failed to apjuecikte it as the' Evening,P ftj+jQbaxyAUa :V

to the square nurrof territory scrren BOOfl1-iflV cambia.We be wax acUTe*instrrig ii i> al jit of re.stancd ; Yours B srfctrU'.:Y. & duslMItTOT, anJ others that mtgJiz'bsnaEed..BatbecaosecUenScot.lassppeIt.: l''
Judge The Judge farther J / .
*
says
ATKINSON. .
J. / :
to the CoaopiOOi. ured, I at- i
l ilia of mea! was
dered by Texas in Ciay'a bill, (die Lave receive uutneroud letters from ;itfiai be would le able to effect notuin'g, af- __ 1r VV Govsrner" Bro*.heard roe at Quiucy.on ed by 9fevf' Aboliiirtit Mi '. i F I

the Committee of Tbirtetn,) the awe reaMO citizens of high character In E.'caniliaCou icr th: people Lad so stro.igly declared in .Iut'1su.l.EO i$ t. 25;1S52.Dra .' .1i2 st" Ati ust, defend J myself, financed,at once an edemy. ta tile tsoe. V t ;; .

wU little futn.&t1o. dcfOLUlct. home aamst a charge! ma,le"bjr Col. Ward(of'a. tbe&JIII tII Pj iert4 Omns.as ..JWiU: tG .; i
as wasaEtId .ty, Vest Florin, reprserao# thai tl.e election of 1850 that they did aol prefer 'CUdI':On oy return yestef- r
toe Texas bill "a? it 'f.4Ull'awe-' B.oouie, in public speeches at Pe- c 4 d.-saluVon' to the G>mpromi i e*rncu\Ue :day freainp, i founCyour mote of lbe -.24thLDWL1e1LVyQ4VVenqoiTtV less svreepitig character tbaa.-tbe el which lJQfI ta.t te1r1rtaji".Q; t! t jI :
Jtdgc he 'Was-.imrt.tb.etra.lo he/it iiy tJa fanatitt In*r
prefers. many.ol *
tiat and ccaccraeJ myself little with Ji&J&2ruoiui : tof fc 5jflV regard i to. Jbis .
Mr. Yuiee Ve.y
denoniicei iJI: in 1 Jttter io .
a culauoi'Wanifigtoo,
tM s j.lace, watch WAI used ia the catc" xgc sltionsU : tt4'- _:.alt Ii'- C.I ,at the Barfcacue piveaby,ths Soutn- Monday the 2J"tel/two days aftefffafeldri (&aIrety, than-Scoter wfacrwsjrtoni' and V

of 1819. V V is tree, said Judge_Broome, at_ Pcn.* un. LTA1JUu5UZ:&Pt51bI??...18aMa. '. i era UightsAMociatioDt in September{as 'A etljR letter to Majv |>bjyjcf.l&taacnntaininR'a1l. l jn 4hibosoth .of.Uhi.-l1rjd1 of'th45i.T

Ia fibai an..cr to the HorUiat/s last ob-- cola tbalon ,the 2J oi Augut 1850, ia *o- ), .'CittBT: *You*request 'oie:''teV,,'etate' ,. I was there,and listened,to Jadije BroomeMfCrVt '. > tb, d1&rps ''IU t !! States.!-P l F-t.r ) V
*I Cga iu the letted bate'enclcweJ;and saoT4 o.h.wbida"l0 *, TV:. -r "t ,.-. At
.
beard Jan'\e E. Brootne 1iecad maGf ,
so
Jeco cl iwer to Gea. CaTTs qustion1 |JlC1 oer'U1er. whetLer nave ever ** MT 4--f> rrelative'to -" -
,, fet by ofi two extracts
;rui
) Souththe Unjo meire entirely! new, (attest!ea The atwst -
jns a L0'pUUIbC graandu?' *i>Jor* iMa 1 :Eeqr;eipr>s opinions i 'faror ofa1 Dssoiauob the North and p V man woo WM *rt: etafc I
ODe froa tbt tpeeca of Mr. Btir tU, of States .the Tiolalthfc'Constitntiont .0..1 On.the'DUt1tm1ay.U beari-sne': defefuT 'bJ Qe-ia tfs ,I
]jf Beard I i-saiim n\tU: D IOJCD ,wa, oItbe VisoltJJet1L6 'Tery\lreluCta'1t and Disunion_ ,the. rtto.thnl. .lft .
CtuTT tie of be Co.na.htee oiThitiees and In". riJlcuIs'.or tne myself pabli dicuwk at ia Tallahascee, aoeidft' ;
opOB report better thaalhe C rnpmm: I replied thai,.J lin.any statements' for publication .in injured fay *
and 'lorln th t'after"'a lapse of in the Batoe way tbat I had ia Qaincy, and his duty U ttiQ v' !law, V V
:another from wataera Deino endorsed. that, Motuiu&L Buts' ,aid be, reference to the opiniorzsenteztained or ex Union ; ,mtm ry.
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tAt Gtarfu Citizen. More Rebuke of the "Political Lodge,'and that the secretary furnish a copy Tennessfeejill Rlgbt. j like the introduction of such ,
HI1IU' 0 I imilUil.JAGK I & i in Jacksonville I political controversies. thpici
the But
to
.. ,. Hack. newspapers published the oflhe'FAMES'M.'BAKERW.M. From all pa'r1i ibis State we bear the accused of opposition to .
tor a copytO parent the .t
. WHY 25 REASONS\ -- :.::-- We find i in another .quarter a warning publication happ'iest_ tidings. In the.Whig ranks there1is 1 any portion. of our fellow CitJlejr.itmately ;jai! t"" i.

GEN. PIERCE OUGHT NOT TO S Q N V..I.. L LB:. f5. S.against those "political hacks" that : it no &fcio while many members of adopt the same I.'
BE pnES1D Nr. r :. ;: wretbe Sec. point ?ut the "e '
described ALEX YOUNG, the Democratic party are determined to givejto ma1eacc of
as i their
Judge tn

reasons Tne following whwe! are pome of Gen.the Pierce many ThUnday October t, 1852. among those Brme who 8, worse pointely'than all, others, arewilling Coi.rMBiA Cu-VPTKR Ab.9,K OTAL AfC >
cannot euppoit Alligator, Florida, 22nJ, ., 2JJS. have belore letter written by-a gentle. I Wilznot and John
us
for Spt. a
the submit" to the Compromise Vai'
Presidency : ,I' to
"basely
\
I I e '. 1. Bemuse the Convention which nominated Whiff National NomInations after being violently clamorous for Whereas, in the, dispensation the Great Architect cf an all of wise the providence Universe -' man of high character and influence, whose I Some people preterite- ; J1,, ,

him was composed of Freesoilers "icsistance." The Jacksonville News of has seen fit and proper to remove residence i ib in Williamson county, the homeof I world wil I come to an erld bliee" !
Barn-burners Secessionists, Disunimusts! FOR PRESIDENT: should fleeted Gei
GENTRY-! *
and President
mnch beloved the talented
tributeto from time to our eloqueut '
s..JVttflflUOfl&tItIflKt1 April, 1851, paid a flattering eternity
\ men and Ab litiuh- [ voted for by Mr. bei*
W. Stewart, rbe. Seward
fstsl t TOFIELD SCOTT. John A Campbell. then spoken of friend and companion George who has been The writer: says : We would the 't

'" V 'i2. Becanse the Platform. said to be adopted as a Representative to Congress from the a member of this Charter of ,life and in the The Scnt fire bas fresh oil pour.ed upon I gentlemen cl paritul..:?*,8<
down in the ,
prime easily : O
.. by that Convention, and if alan FOR VICE PRESIDENT cut i its burning flames daily. The reaction, in nexed ; a
adopted :
Mobile DUtrkt"ef Alabama. Tbe Nets mMst of his usefulness, by the hand of vio* I paragraph to\! the New b <
; at.the close of the meeting in the midst his favor had already, as you know, taken nin Post the t'
there leading ror
ranks Democrat
,- lot fl'oise and confusion'- contained the VII. A. GBAHAM. claimed him a the reputed author of I the lence: Death has entered our which -we are place, and it seems. to receive a lively! impetus the Northern States. "

.. <. "Nashville Convention resolutions." The by weakening the chain by fiom wind that Tennessee j f,
doctrine of Intervention and Gen. every .
._ pledged tO\v.
: r __ w_. united man to man. Aa a friend, our deceased From the fitia York E I
Pierce to its support same paper thought him 'the man for the wanting in is up, and going for Scot sure, and rung p rf
.9 FOR ELECTORS: rdk FLORIDA. companion was never there will be in '40 and 48 tellingthe POLITIC.1.1.
3. Because said Convention as no
though resolved the fol-
times. It also copied and endorsed readiness, fidelity, or zeal-as a' son and cracy of PElSYvur.Th
: to abide and adhere faithful majority I hope a large one-say .
by .
to a J F SANDERSON of Duval Oo. Mason ,
'
PennsItanit
from ;the Alabama Planter, Brother, kind and affectionate a a meeting at Towanda "
execution of the Fugitive Slave Law, it also: lowjng paragraph 12uOO votes. on

:; \ heartily adopted the Kentucky and Virginia T. RANDALL, of Leon 00.J. written in connection with the proposed ;ood and true-therefore be it lament his You may say to your friends in Washington The instant which was numerous/! i

t Resolutions of 1798 and 1799 the foun- J Jackson I I.I Retuvid- That we deeply and elgewbere.ho have been induced I meeting was briefly I
. as FINLE7 Co nomination Mr. Campbell. Brother of the Frate'nity, an.! Wilmot, who introduced. adre&e h.l
dation of its political creed-and the Demo death as a '. .' to believe that Tennessee will e-o for DY
I
., cratifcparty have since explained the secondof "There is in most of the southern congressional feel that in him our bewved institi'tion nas, I I Pierce, that such an idea is a:most !i John Van Buren' who i followed'!,,

the series of the Kentucky Resolutions ELECTIONEETUENS. districts to be a preliminary nominating lost one of its biightest, most promising alt:. ;;/ humbug, conceived in ngli.lt :, Or an hour and a half's length Tbt"'

;, given Congress the contest between old partizans and exemplary members. atllrtiol as soon it touched nation of Pierce and Kina _I,
to punish treason, blightd.b a
power those who believe tbe necessities o* the the usual badgeof (! II and InaDim
Resolved That we wear enthusiastically
soil ot Tennessee. Tennessee,. responded aid
tbe
counterfeiting the U. S. coin"racjw, andfelc'nttt patriotic )
Signal Whig Victory in Duval. should token of : ,10
. south require that she emancipate for thirty daYas a pur accounts are
i.'f Union
the for
c committed on the high ,ens, and noothtr : mourning the volunteer State: to g: errlJeu! tTer, IV
null and herself from fat10l enfluencestnd partymaciner. respect and esteem for our deceased. worthycornpan.on Pierce So of whose citizens have ic elector in Mr. Wiirnot'*distrct ;
crimes whatever
rendering We only enabled furnish distant
to many wba
S are our i is obvious the latter, that fur his fer '
to
. < cOi,1 the Fugitive Slave Law, which is designed I and deep regret loss breasted the storm of tatt'e' driven !tack the Mr. Van Bare.in 18t8 will nO\lpo1
. readers with the result of the election in parts the country the main purpose ll That a blank page tie left in he the Baltimore nominations. *
to punish slave tl'alt't-thu5 solver sClih .knif.', and planted onr victoiJflJ .
palming this the of of those who live by office-and who cannot of this chapter on which shall : was also addressed _
.". a two.laced and deceitful platform county, by adopting as return oreof banner where the once dwelt-! i by Mr. W. Bark1tnict
upon witltout It-is restore the dynasty deceased worthy enemy ,
the face the that of the vote for lIve decently to be inscribed the name of our Some of those attorney ot Bradford
people, one to suit the South and precincts Congressin their broken of his birth brave men yet live to pun Coontylnd o
of reuniting with the
parties by coml'anion, day "ArVan Buren
.1 the other the North! ish tbe contracted soul of was also at
1850, which invariably gives a Whigina. fragments. So far the efforts of southern and death.Resolved. thei enemy, whose
4. Because General Pierce is avowedly conscience could not let vote fur a small Susquebaiinah county, on Monday"
then Cabell 11 the bin
jority, and which gave over rights men have only"Scotched That we hereby tender to the 13th. Scountv
the 'creation and choice' of such Disunion. pension to their and
Beard. This is St. John's Bar the make, not killed it." family of the deceased our sincere support declining years
{ ists as Soule of Louisiana and Forsyth oi precinct.The bury them decently whet dead "A large meeting or the
.. in their
'.". Gelrgia-and of sucCjorthern! [ Fiee-soilers other six precincts show the present result A re the Democracy Florida-iU organs and heartf-ll sympathy We offer them deep We have seen conversed with two northwestern Part of Democrllrd

... a. Hallet, the Van Burenf, Preston King, -the whole giving triumphant Whig I and leaders-acling Bpon these precepts 1 1 affliction the condolence and bereavement.of our sympathy and grief, gentlemen who have lately visited the above ted to be heM-t' Great Bnd Susach
the 2J
.. &.c. majorities for all the candidates. We pre- or are they not rather conspicuous among and mingle our tears with theirs. named county, ami they buth concur in saying Mr. Van on Buren proxt.no. :
and
W.Crow Al"r
'
. that if there is theie
5. Because Gen. Perce: is the a who withholds ,
...: ;, testimony of 19 sworn witnesses proven to by have sent the return of the county for 1850, for the men who wish to "live by office and Roved, That this preamble and resolu his support:frm Wlij ticket, they could promised to attend. .ttT.
of the
. spoken of slavery and the Fugitive Slave convenience in comparison. It.will be seen cannot live decently without! it?" Were theynot tioll upon the minutes forward 1/t find 1m I Col. Gentry is kindly regard. "Mr. Dickens and Mr. Buchanan f
and that the a
S Secretary
Law, in January last, at New Boston, N. that Cabell's majority was then 57; Walker's! described as tbe most abased "party, Chapter,the of worthy I ed by bis whole constituency, and no* desire 80 invited. We cannot doubt the muZ.1"
departed
to family our
the Democratic
H., as a moral wrong and repulsive to his (who was then the Whig candidate for Register hacks" by the Newt and Judge Broome, before copy companion, and also that a copy be sent to exists to oppose or censure him, for none it electoral., ticket in aao
n>, although IS but fair
doubt to tipri/J
: feelings and that he loathed bis of Yet
the integrity
.' .. same of State Lands) 53 ; and Buddington'pcandidate the term entered into the conception of the editors of the Republican and News in purpose. many mends in that Slate here
. 6. Because the Recoi ds of Congress show for grieve over his apparent temporary separation : tht Whim''*
. .' that Gen. Pierce voted against a Virginia ( for county Senator) 41. Allow. Mr. Cabell Jacksonville their uubliciition.. with a respectful request from tbem, and still believe that neither Pennsylvania, for co; aud bet_upoa illRti*

: ...' slave-holder! Mr. Brooks, being allowed to ing 11 Whig majority for St. John's Bar j.Tlie News of last week havipg published S -- M. W. SMITH, H. P. the eiitinents of a passing hour nor a [

carry his slaves into the District: of Columbia this Ward's majority will stand Go i for stubborn spirit of pride can ever estrange
.
r year B. R. IVES Secretary.FORT for Old
Col. White's letter the recall Geran. Ciipp
'I.
- and hold them theie. urging tiim from the true and well-tried friends uf .
Governor Cabell's 58 for Congress and -
.. .. 7. Because Gen. Pierce, in a speech in ; ; ot Gen. Scott from the command in Florida, DADE, Sept 7tb, 1832. his. earlier nrtiiuiooJ.-MraJi. ''. The GERMANS of the 17th

Congress, said be 'did not hesitate to siy, he' the highest candidate on the Whis!: ticket for we repeat the publication of a subsequent MR. EDITOR : Though a novice or juve. York have held a meeting ad\ardol adopted ft.e

considered slavery a great moral and politi. the Lower House of Assembly over high. Fro the Albany Regis'.tr. resolutions
idler from Col. White, to show how fully nile in epistolary matters, I am acquiring following :
cal evil and sincerely wished it had no ex.istence est opponent's maj lty.: These are the Forclgueia and the DCI10era67. RtAi nd. That we hail the noroin";
. .. on the face of the earth. he does justice to Gen. Scott, and retracts considerable credulity concerning profound WINFIEID SCOTT and -

..f'r ;.... 8. Because Gen, Pierce said, in a speechat largest Whig majorities ever. given in this his complaints. The non.appearance of political transactions, which will indubitablybe We are adverse to the introduction: oianything i by tue Baltimore Whig WiLLusi Convention A. GI[
Manchester N. H. in county. Those who are listening for the ')f a religious nature, between ;
.
' .'. November, 1850 this letter in the Democratic papers exposes made particulaily manifest through thisingenious L V one; tLat! we give it our ipproTi
.. that he 'hated and deplored slavery as imicl. first gun from the East must say well doneto sects, into the politics of the ; v. Tie in- } will it the hearty
support :
. .t: ";"., as the men (the abolitionists, ) who would that report. The first peal of the American their unscrupulousness towards the old Gen y bit lucubratorv communication. flutnce is baa and the tenJe-icy: worse. But 'i Resolved. Ttiat U we endorse ensuing the eltcioo.

.. dissolve the Union on account of its exis batteries at Churuhusco and Contreras eral. How singularly strange that s many are there are certain things winch, though religious -. principles; of ths Wh; pvly, and taricj wJl4,
in themselves l Lave been made subjects
tence.. 9. Because Gen. Pieree voted whle in could not have told with more stunning! effect .,The meeting of the proposed Mutual no far estranged or deprived of having an opportunity of political actions, ai d are, therefore, j I our Resolved lett to sustain'1'bat .imi realze: tbem

we. as American
:
.' of( scrutinizing a prism cit'ztm
Congress, Rgainst the widow of Gen. Harrison upon the enemy. Lean" Atsociation, announced for Saturday poltic.il legitimate matters ofCOTi8fertV, I, of G rmaa "birlh, aim at realizing those .
being allowed the ear'a for her last has (but your humble servant claims to have 'In the first place, it i is well known that a tie.tnents !
. S. '. salary We have only to say that if the Whigs; night been necessarily of progress which, are contained tU
husband as president, after his death. thrown off the hideous mantle. That is to large majority: of the foreigners landing 1.1on IQ
until the of principles of the National
have done their duty in other parts of the evening next Alpnday week. Whig paetr.i .
. 10. Because Gen. Pierce voted in Congress our shoies: are R-jnian Cotiiolics. nas
bay : taking a perspective view of the result I i i Resolved, That we use our effortafa
d against allowing pensions to soldiers State as they have done in Duval. the victo. ever been the policy of the Democratic \"il
: party
Tribute of spreading which all
Respect. of each exact of policy. I I possible means at
.. who fought in the Indian wars of our country ry is not only ours now, but we shall "enter party's system to affect a great regard for them, and to insist times and in place the proper
pro per :
.. ,. ." after the Revolution. At of Alachua But as time rolls on mutations will inevitably and gcnrally successfully, that the j, pnncple
". ', ... the City ,:ates" in November next. special meeting Lodge of Liberty: and InJ;pendance which
.. 11. Because Gen. Pierce voted in Con. occur, and diffusion of light will inevitably were the only true friends offorergoers upon
The result in this county bus been achievedin No. 2G, of Free and Accepted Masons, held Demociacy lour Union is based, and lor which oar
gress against allowing pensions to officers until this terrestrial world and that the Whigs were d's- i leader Major General Vinfie.d hI
the Room in Newnansville progress
and! soldiers!: of the Revolutionary wars, wio! the face of almost superhuman efforts on at Lodge on and posed to be illiberal toward them in the risked his life in. battles.Sct h
I shall be refuljently illuminated, conser- numerous
\... ... ; had fought and bled! for the freedom ana independence trie part of our opponents' paiticularly at Wednesday the 22nd day of September, A. later: of citizenship. We do not proposeto Resolved, That we for the ilvauctmont .

... which we enjoy. this precinct. Tbe leaders and operatorshere L., 5852, the following 1'ieamble and resolutions vative Whig principles universally! prevail ; enter upon the course in the race of de- cf our hOi1 willtriye not only

:- 12. Because Gen-. Pierce, voted in Congress when Democratic Democracy with all her magogueism with tbe Democratic paity, or Protective ; !
I' were at work in full force both at the were adopted: i by a wi.-e Tanft; Lit also ij thi
f > against; allowing pensions to t ..ewidows delusive aberrations and illusive appellations any one else, to secure the favor or the cf
.. Ttie members of this Lodge have heard I ptotection working me&'a aaeociauoa IT
: polls and elsewhere and man that
of
Revolutionary officers and sol every : : halili- votes of foreigners. We stand, where we lie State.
will be clothed! in
.'' .o ,) diers, who had cuffed all the privations could be construed into a voter was' presented with heartfelt sorrow of the sudden deathof sepulchral have always stood, with an open, liberal Resolved, Thai we recognize tbe piiad.

incident to the absence of their husbands and put through.1* Both Iarties exeited our beloved brother, George W. Stewart, melt*, and those who once professed its hand to receive them, and with an earnest pies of advancing measures ofbteroai: i iprovemints ii.

while fighting the battles (.f our countr, in themselves to the utmost.It a member of Columbia Lodge No. 29. and principles, will look back with consternation, desire to see them incorporated into American ; by the Federal G'Jvermentl.

ii', defence of their homes and fire sides. also member of Alachua No. 26.- and repent of their past hallucination, and at citizenship, by becoming inductrmiaied 1 just and right, a.i.i that particit'ar crii ::den-
will be seen that the rote of this a Lodge /
13. Because Gen. Pierce is bitterly opposed pre. the same time invoke blessings the with the spirit of our institutions, and acquainted lion ought ta be paid to societies of woik'jj
.:. to the River and Ha.bor Improvements, cinct Las increased about 100 since 1850. In 'his decease we feel that we have lost one upon with tbe working cf our system of men 111 sueh instances.

North and South, and invariably voted We take the return of the County vote as a of our most useful and worthy brothers, and Whigs for their kind intercession.A government, a speedily as possible. It is for Resolved, That we, as German-speaking

.. ... .against them when in Congress. fair index of the Whig strength. The difference that we have'experienced a great and irre. few days since Judge Broome, at Tam- our goo and for their good that when theyare Americans, Jo in no wise intend to sepenti
14. Because, he is opposed to American his in prepared that all distinctions should
loss.Brother paf made very apparent qualifications ourselves from our king frUo*.
.: ,V Industry and Air-encan; Labor and in favor between the Whig majorities on the parable rhetoric and to a number of his cease,-that tbe native born and tbe exotic or a.m at Egliw -spa
oratory ctizens
of a tariff designed to advance the interest of County ticket and those for Slate officers at Stewart was for some years a sup.. should be placed upon a footing of equality ; united with \ .nCbat W

.. English capitalists. this precinct, is accounted for hy the fact: that member of our fraternity and in his con porters. (and to me tbe absuidity of the Democratic in the enjoyment of political and civil rights. mony for a common cause, the prosperity go ha.

,-. 15. Because, though living in a State where several voters from other counties voted for nection with UP, was ) a zealous and principles,) relative to the Whig It is in this way only that they can become of the people, the advancement of oar coaury's -

his influence is claimed to be omnipotent, platform-Tariff. Improvements, en- assimilated-become a honogeuiuous people. and the
Inter of
steadfast of order, and in his well-being principles
: the Democratic State ticket, and in several supporter our 11
::; to. Catholics are hot allowed to hold office. of home manufactures, &c. &c. Keep up the distinctions for any great lengthof erty Independence, which
..;-... 16. Because in the Senate of the United instances Whigs voted for the County can every word and act, carried out the principles couragement time, and we create class interest, divisions Union is founded. upon'
heard clever remark-and
.. .' ... State, Jan. 3d, 1839 on a motion to lay on didates alone. which govern the conduct of every I also a Democrat and have antagonislical races-t>neh as
.
.. I' .'. the table a motion to receive a memorial Should have further true Mason. I am aware he expressed the sentiments of proved the curse of Hungry m her recent Ship Railroad acre. the Peninsula of
we returns to
...... ham certain ladies of Erie Co., Pa., pray. any the Democratic party-that a prosperous single for freedom. Florida.
All who knew the deceased
ing a law of Congress to abolish slavery in extent by the next mail westward, we will respected Government had a tendency to develope dis. But upon what is founded the claims of

the District of Columbia and the territory of forward them in an extra. and estt'emt him for the many qualities' the Democracy of being the exclusive friends The Cotton Plant! published at Wain.
sension and which he believed :
Florida, and for the prevention of that traffic I and virtues which adorned his character.He .- unhappiness, of tbe adopted citizen 1 When have tbe ton city, in alluding to the prljtc Sp

,. ''' between the State, Gen. Pierce voted against Precinct Return*-Duval County-1852. I walked the piths of life honorably, always !- would be the result if the Whigs were in Wh'gs, as a party, proposed the adoption of I Cana (across the peninsula! Florida au&-.

( said motion, or in favor of the prayer of Whigs in Italics. power considerable length of time. I an illiberal naturalization p.ilicy ? In what rgef,, as it think, a better an more economical
his fellow membersof any .
regarding men as mode of Atlantic uiGn'f
;; toe : State where having an unJisputed majority connecting tbe
.
peiiuonera itd c. tju. reel confident that the sequel of the Whig
17. Because he supported by the N, Y. g-P'P' t3 r g one common family, entitled alike to for a lon series of years haceh.y! imposeddisabilities viz: by a Ship Railroad. I eTtrj
.'. "' "' E poficy would be prosperity and universal dockyard in the world, remarks th
: Evening Post, the Wisconsin! Mercury, S ? courtesy and kindness. His manners were upon those who professed the religion e.to

... .". \ Cleveland Plain Dealer, and other Democratic ; ( :=::: g 3 2I:. g.-S. pleasing, his friendship ardent and sincere, happiness. What mire can be expected or of nine-tenths of those who seek an it is usual to elevate on stok tbe .

'i S prints on the avowed ground that he .::.:: ..' so .. and and a brother he loved and desired 4roI any combination of principles! ? aslul 1j.1 onrah.Uca. 1 Now, N. H-imp- sized' hips ant steamers reparsia na-
; td'i as a son set indeed
.. .. will he in favor of of is State. The Democratic candidate any tonnage, ca:
the
a repeal Fugitive: .p. I I am conscious: ; all would be perfectly satisfied shut :1,1!
... '' Slave Law. Says the Mercury, Hne Fugi. Governor. was beloved. I for the Piesiitency: however iesJes in it. to any required he'gJUOa: canals, it"known I
those who have (as I have bad) ,
live Slave Law is the law of the land and Gso.7'.Ward247I13l833 311335 Therefore be it Resolved: That in the except and n it is claimed for_ him_ that_n_. _hn nnsseA&s locks have been successfully ustd

..' ,. in full force. It is to he deplored, and it is J. E. Brooow 5 31 25 152 29 27 2ti9 death of George W. Stewart, we have lost a mantle thrown over their political cjmpre- unbounded rjopulanly. hfuellct generally to take vessels from one 'Acrained lee

# to be repealed. But how 1 By electing Pierce Mojortty for Ward -66 one of our most cherished and respected hensiou. accompanies popular yet in this and place them on another, higher ot .

and Kin.' Congress. members} and the community at large an I am also informed that one Pierce Demo State, which has been under the rule of the er and this being done, the vessels are tow

, i 18. Because Gen, Pierce is thus recommended E.C.Cabd123681318326 211826 honest man, and a good citizen. crat remarked that he heard Pierce observe Democratic. party since the time the memoryof or transported on their bottoms t any
by one of bis partizans-Col.! Cidder A. E. Maxwell 4 31 26 153 27 27 2b3 Resve That we tender to the Mother never mal runneth not to the contrary, a Roman distance by horse or steam power. may,

STttn't* ..:. of West Randolph Granite Club: Uelativet of the deceased, our sincere that he loved slavery and would ratherbe Catholic is inhibited by law from holding thereor be assumed, that any vessel can

si 'He is our neighbor-our friend-onr own Majority for Cabell &3Assembly. condolence with them on their season of a negro than a white man; and he also office. It is proposed to extend the sphere to any desired elevation-that As

New England man. The Van Burens, E. Haplmf.. 22 63 9 190 25 2 11 322 affliction. states that, notwithstanding Pierce never of the influence of this New Hampshire can be lowered in tbe same ratio-that sbs

Preston King, and a great majority of the A. 8. Baldwin.22 K 9 192 24 5 II 818 Resve That in testimony of our res did make such obseivation he Democracy until it shall embrace the entire can be safely transported. Then, why not
: J. A. Barbee 4 27 17 141 28 21 238 can prove vessels l railroads constructed for
leading 'Freesoil' men of 48 are for him. pec deceased, we wear the usual Union. How do those who think with tat transport on
Luvin Johnson 89 14 119 26 22 224 badge of for by one hundred witnesses that he (Pierce) the purpose?
. Ho writes no rilly letters. mourning thirty days. proscribed race in New Hampshire-the

19. Because be plays mum on tbe subject Returns- of 1850 4 Resolved, That these proceedings be entered did, and those witnesses should be better Sclavesol the Granite Slate-like the ideal As stated above, the very largest sized

ef the velo in the case of the repeal of the on tbe minutes of our Lodge, and that Democrats than the signers who certified Are they willing to do anything; that will vessels at shipyards are put on stocks and
'
, ; (.""' .-c Fugitive Slave Law, having either failed to Congress. tbe Secretary be instructed to transmit a vii.lcaie;; such an Illiberal and prescriptive rollers and propelled from one point t
1p I answer Mr.Scott' letter to him on that head E. C. Cabtll 38 38 11 152 39 2 17 297 copy of them to the relatives of the deceased that General Pierce never made the New policy? another. So of houses which have been removed -

r1.t(,; or having answered, failing to have the same JohnBeard 427 41 862789 6240 and that the same be published. Boston speech. But Fiank l'ierce states It is contended that Mr. PIERCE is not responsible -. with perfect safety from one part of

St1It ..1 published to the world. CabelTi majority -57 M. O'BRIEN, ) that the idea of his making any such speechis for this test act. I is true he dui a city to another, without displacing a ,io-

.ft ? 20. Because John Van Bores in a speech Register. S. T. HALLIDAY, } Committee.. looked upon by the neighbors as ludicrous. not pass it-d fji d P. S Walker 37 37 7 149 38 19 237 J. J. But the a house can thus be transported one yard
. at Syracuse, N. Y., positively declared that CARTER ) party to wnich he belongs did, and
However, I see some have .
,, .. :. .,. : be would not support any man for the Presidency M.D.Papy 5 26 39 92 28 40 4 23-1 A True Minutes.W. persons they have continued.it and enforced it, or a hundred yard, the principle! is.established

.. t .<. 1- "' } who does not believe slavery to be Walker'i majority-53 W. SCOTT. Secretary.COLCMBU shown that Frank Pierce's greatness has through: long years ot complete ascendancy, and they can be trnnsported one mile or
..
f- unmitigated evil, and who will not use all Senator. been manufactured by Yankees particularlyfor and are, therefore, responsible for it. Had a hundred mile Tbe strain o.n a vessel! in

;r ..,...... .,'.. ';J: the power which the Constitution and laws O.CuJdinston S9 39 5 133 31! 17 273 LonG,F. It A. M., Ab. 27. tbe Southern market ; and of it being a they willed it, it would have been abrogated, a storm, from bending masts and the weightof

f" .. .:.t.:* may place in his bands for its overthrow, John roward 5 21 33 94 29 41 6 232DaddinitoU'1I Sept. 23, 182. wooden preparation I am particularly a few years since, when there cnva i in a thousand times more trying
,.. :k How often are we called upon to discharge nutmeg thoroughly revision the slight jar incident to railroad trans'-
would! full of the
.i ." and that be live and die' by the declaration 41 was a oiganic law of the
, v. .;, .*.':*S ; -tbe said John Van Buren being -_.. _majority. ---'-- the painful doty of recording the loss convinced. You know, Mr. Editor, the State. But there it stands, a monument of portation. Therefore an ordinarily built

t. ...1 51LI ;. ,..';, now a warm supporter) yf Gen. Pirece Cuban Co-operatort of a Masonic brother and a dear friend !.* Democrats have not fonjfbeen in favor of the spirit of New Hampshire democracy, of ship would be insensible to lbs eft of.transportation

'., '. '. ': _., 21. Because the 'Southern Rights' sup. Our much esteemed and worthy brother Home Manufactures; therefore they are not willed: FRANKLIN PURC.is part and parcel of a thousand mies pnr3
'- : The of Dr. H. D. Holland of this OD the rudest railroad, and at
wa .'; of Gen. Pierce, by leading name What ay to it, of equal rights
porters you
in the
organ science and
their
.: !.:, '. George W. Stewart, in the dispensation of proficient specimens : sbe could be lowered, from a dock, to the
l'. ., -: the Constutionalist' of Augusta, whore place, appears in'a list in tbe New York of liberty of conscience 1 Do Y\1 like it ? a

,..,." .., ". ,.::?'. editor was a member of the Baltmore! Convention Herald, among: a number of others in various an all wile providence, has been calfd!! from corrugatious or figurative, have not Is it in accordance with your ideas i.f civiland original surface, or in a position higher or

,' : : i: have opeuly avowed that in the our midst in the morning of his days, leaving been sufficiently perfected to conceal their religious ireedom under republican institutions lower,
of the Union of the
I parts as one co-opera. The Cotton Plant is prepared to ebow'concfuIsvely
; of the Platform of inferior 1 What it citizen -
construction that body his family and friends to his component say you to adopted
TF .- : the aimed to avoid giving tors in movementalleged to b* making in deplore 1-Do for the which from tllatitc and the evidence.
r. ; ) any expression and death. And in conclusion let me remark, that you go party
; ,; in f ayoj.of the Compromise measures. the United States for the revolution of Cu tragical melancholy i imposes such disabilities upon you on account of practical and men, that a Ship

'j.; .:: j. 22.'Because Gen Pierce has never render ba. We are requested by this gentleman to The event has striken many hearts with any Democrat will look seriously at the of }your religious belief 1 You may Railroad, having its d.pot or locks at Jack

i ". ii '..i.\:. ed any service to the country which would denial the in the most pregnant grief, and how could it Whig principles he will as certainly expeJjence want to go to New Hompsblre.Vlel you sonville or \ on the Atlantic, and J
to statement
_:.\" :. .1..:' entitle him to the highest office within the give public con be otherwise Young, endowed with win.. a change in his political ideas. And start from tbe StatP, you a full, at Cedar Keys or some other point on tbe
,. nection with his name. Dr. H. heartily citizen.: The Gulf, can be built for much less than'a Ship
... ., gift of the people. voting, American naturalizationlaws ,
'pl! mark down! who henceforward
't'if ,. .. -. .. ., 23. Because he is incapable, from a want sympathises with any efforts the Cubans fin, manners, and an amiable disposition; ae and me forever, will a one make the, have made you so. You arrive within Canal and Can transport vessels as economically

4 -i .. :, of great talent, experience and enlarged upon the island may make to regenerate a highly interesting and intelligent companion platform the base upon which he Whit the territory)' of New Hampshire and you become and solely, and with infinitely mora

\e': Titws, to fil!l creditably office of such their but has neither with a character unblemished, and with which he shall ever vote-the principles, of a cypher-a legal nOlhing-you ire ds.fraQiseJ'ol : despatch. .
4i: : ; country, sympathy nor The subject is an interesting one and eminently -
_.: magnitude as that of President of the United intellect of highly respectable order be which he shall are cut oil" from holding of.
connection with in a unchanlenblyaJvoc.tte. In tbe views ol
: incipient movements deserving
i4 .;( tatte.p any K. of FRANKLIN PIERCE has atention.
'f .11'1 24. Because, in his nomination, the truly the United States. has gone from us to the home of the spirit Jji-o':,, Yours decreed that ail Roman C.uboluuhal: be in. the Cotton Plant we fully: concur. In rea-

,f ., I r. 1't\ great into of the Democraic party: have been leaving indeel an aching void in the bosom FRrce'a New Boson Speech eligible.VVe ding some months ago the difficulties suggested '

." .,; ; set aside, to give place to availability and j."7.A deficiency of matter of interest in of his family and ;In the circle of his numerous :
.. ,. '':' ,. .' .; obscurity-thus making other qualifications our paper of this week, makes it proper to and devoted fiiends.( May the Great A criminal judge was once abou t plo because it applies to Catholic for the constructing a ship cabal across Nicarajjo*!

,.. ...' .. : ::' than those of faithfulness, honesty and abili. offer.. the! loss of nounce sentence of punishment, upon an purpose of securing their votes. We condemn the idea uf a ship railroad seemed to us ai>
time ArchiLct of tbe Universe bless
J' r .. ;J ty, the ground. .of public honor and prefer exc.use by our compositors the departed Irishman for the preparation of theit. it on general principles.! It is contraly together th% mogt feasible and ecnoic

4'I '.. J '. 4 nent.;" 4, occasioned by the election. oar.: His memory will long abide unto us "And is it upon .the oath of tliiiu two to the spirit and genius of our institution*, plan; so we believe it would be in'rgrd t

p.# ':: f .25..JBecaaset if sncb* third or fourth rate We hope the election returns will suffice who are bereaved, and as an humble expression witnesses yer honor's going t condira me!" and shows in clrong light the beauty of the tbe Tebuantrpee louteiI4. .

t' i.. i.1; man as, Pierce is elected'fnlident, every oar readers for one wetkt and be sufficiently: of our and sorrow-be itRsv akt lat..ICeitinly. consistency between the professions and actions -; the BaltimoreDemocratic '
: .." : ... respect raid the ,"their testimony Mr. Robinson, in
.: :"'.1 uOP1'OdJustice of the Peace, village lawyer to divert attention from judge; of the democracy. Wc have: no symuatuy .
gratifying the merits That. in th' death of Brother
..t. i. 4'j' and militia General the land will; get was ample to convince the jury of with that clap-trap demagogueism to CODveDtoD.

.t" .. "%,_ t. ,t'welkd..tiei4and! think bimwlf 'born to of our column Stewart tbe Masonic ..fraternity, your guilt. which certain.Whigs bay resorted to catch U If the Democrat-nominate a
been of
1 .t." d r. nW.or as suitable subject for greatness have deprived a valuable m lnbr Oh, murtherl'?. he, "to con- the foreign vote. We have nomahing bet- their cn-
<< eclaime
5CJUrof. Folsom, returned datt first laying ,
\. having l from of society, a good citizen, and td dUI rac
him. 1 parent dim the of. who
be thrust me on ter and substantial We
"" to cpon more to have will
oats Mr. Robinson,) they
,'of.< '... t .".. :$;., t .1. ,. .- .- the North, has resumed:. bit system of teach. truly dntiful eon.. ftear they tW take the goods whin I., tbe long continued action of urge.a demorticStle pits. tlpk dagractd and defeated

'. i'I ..." 2 Bornto from New York Musk-that.of S ght..singing"in this That as a mire of respect for kin bring forth .a terly i""riny
1 : ;Jjj0Tbt-Brijf inf :., RJw ,.bqndtbre:wbo'l1 swear ; against thedearest-rigbts"of 'a large i3 ,ensuing and they deserve t
calt
4 ;tI' '\ .i for Jacksonville! ; w;bt ashore on 'the 'South place. We.have seen a-number pi testimonials of our deceased brother, we they dtfnt see me !! portion of our &opte citizens to interpose' ,f .
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wear the u badge of morning for thirty The Union of date- b/l
;I,,'.:.-\..: "':;JP.t breaker of StiJiou'sBar; ; ou Fiiday! .even .'.as ,,to.. ,the. merits. of, this system,from : day. ua testimony oi ..the a Republic recant respecting disproves the the i, as a reason w 1 opponents are not entitled This they have done-Ihb>Uisrf-,;
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:t' ",1'" ; .11. ;ngJutJ J >She itOt4! lossr sod! 1er cargo eminent musicianssiM' others -through: ut f Resolved,.Tljat this preamble and resold' New Boston .pelG nf Genea Pirc by .t. b'considere, a teir'eclUSIJfriend. ( have iDcu1ed-t$ "defeat"tbejf baTS mr.

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Justice to Gen. Scott. nor prohibited.by it to the States, are &}-A.itC r Scientific.Wander I-IxvoaTAJT I btIII'ed IiIIIII'Ib8C t Aat tt 0.-- a. ST.: JOBNS SSifJNAJtr.jDf.; .1

reserved to the States respectively, or to the TO Dnnmcs.-Dr. J. S. HOUGU- llw1. by.. L CGOTON, I. > i&hclt'. 'l LEARN'f
The Pierce & Van Buren papers in and people,' therefore also the same act of Congress TON'S PEPSIN tht true LtiECItfN :l or ci II the Dttriot rout fcr th* I.IIWa o'. lNj'f I .
1 about Florida Gastric Juice. from jfajmrr the JIIt.ric\ '
bare been fciven circulation prepared or '
passed on the 14th day of nm&ci>ds t rtkl. eut. :
Juy, 1798 of n wen
roCRTH STOMACH OF IBS Ox, after directions Another
letter of former SCientific '
to a Joeeph M. White,the and entitleJ 'an act in addition to an act baron LIEBEG, the rreat phTsiological Chemist Wonder! JL resnMdoaTUESDAT.taefthJULTlMt* I

Delegate in Congress from Florida, written entitled an act for the punishment of certain by J. s. HOTJOBTOX.. D., Philadelphia. -! CREAT CURE FORDYSPEPSIA under tbe svperiatCBdeaee oft),. ISAAC AULUj,

ia May, 1836, asking tbe withdrawal of crimes against the United Stater'as also the This is truly a won,lerfnl remedy for iN. M. D. .
Geo. Scott fmm the command in Flori ia. ; lilQESTIOIf. DYSPEPSIA JAUNDICE The Trustees take mat pisasare-ja aaaovne- -
act passed them
by on the 27th day of June LIVER coMPLAINT, CONSTIPATIO1/ IngteibiPMroottb.Somlu.aflji i
But theM papers carefully omit to publish 1793 entitled 'an act to punish frands com and DEBILITY, coring after HATTRKV own l DR. J. 8. HOUCRYON'StPsr PROC WIATI0N. rpnerally their entiro eonfldeslee te Dr. AaLI. a a' '

the following letter written subsequently mitted on the Bank of the Ucited Stales,' NCTH0Dby KATCBE'S own AOEtT,the GASTRIC ]_OTICI: Ia hereby gina IbM an ELEC'rION Teacher.' ,From th*success wbieb basso far attended 41 .

I't by Mr. White making amends for tbe injustice (and all other their acts winch JUICE. Pamphlet containing Seientifia evi- .& win.IL.be held throughout the State ef Flori the enterprise, th* Trasteee &el aa astar.aae ,
done to that officer : create define assume to deuce of Its value furnished by Agents gratis da, oa Tuesday November 2d, proximo for that they win succeed ia building .p a ,;
or punish crimes other than the advertisement. 1 tfebool exactly adopted to the wants tf the com $
: WASHJNOTO, December IS, 1836. those enumerated the fit- ee fpZ-11 Electors of President and Tie President enIn munity. : i 1
Constitution
1 in ) are United States. Number to be chosen tftrre. ,4 E
Sta t 'I wa informed for the first time, today altogether void and of no force ; and that : Done at the Capita, ia Tallahassee this 10th Their object U to establish, ea a permanent basis .' :

that my letter to the President of the the power to create define and punish such Charleston and Florida Line. day of Aagost A. D..1W2. shall, aa be Institution tlon>..rWf(tn whkh the minds of the popils "" 1
educated. .Pretapted by aa
:1.e.. United States of May last, had been com other crimes is reserved and of right appertainR The Splendid Sew-Packet-steamer By the Goremor THOS.-Attest BROWN Gotcna r. earnest desire to promote the welfare of th.rising a .

numcated to the Court of Inquiry of which solely l and exclusively to the respective C. W. DOWNING.: generation and increase tee prrnpfrity of our 'I1

you are President to be used as evidence States each within its own territory." FLORIDA .. Secretary of Statt. Joint 5nii Ute growing State, they rely with *on-

against! Major General Scott whose conduce resolution CHARLES WILLEY, COMMASDIK1K& Ang. 1B52.FOR denee upon sapport of a patrioUevmeroas, ,
JThis which is and enlightened
' expressly and pablie to susUin them U the aoeotDpBjhaent -
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4.o. is now under examination. by name endorsed by the Democratic Convention fc "M"now rnnning regularly on thegpfej2 of so noble a purpose. .
This places me in an attitude that I do not declares M. Line between Charleston, and PRTLADELPEIL. Experience has demonstrated bt-yond a doubt .
the Fu itive slave law
to JUT"? the St. John's river. the of '
Idth necessity increasing tt rates of taition.
choose to that of of the I,
occupy- an accuser be altoirtther void and if no forcen because The following rchedule has been adopted, which THETRIJEDIGESTWE PHILADELPHIA The exceedingly rates of UM part scsta bars a

distinguished officer into whose military operations the ciimes which it creates defines and shows the hours of arrival and departure at the $ AXDSAVANNAH fafledtOproduceasafficientfuneO'meetthenrent .

d. you are now inquiring. punishes are not those which the vanomporte: FLUID expenses of the School. The Trustees have 7
Since the of among Leave Charleston Tuesday, at S o'clock p.M. Steam therefore, determined to the
publication that letter, [of Constitution Navigation adopt following permanent 4 4
delegates to OR Company.
iiSi Congress a power Leave J Wednesday,at S o'clock p.at. GASTRIC JUICE rates which they are satMSed cannot b*
I have
28th May] in the National Inle.li- ; 4j
to punish and the resolution Leave Picolata ,
emphatically Wednesday, at 7 o'clock P. M.KETTESISO deemed exorbitant by any on* who will give the
from cJ1)J.5erfn4 splendid side-wbel
grncer, over my own name as an act of declares that has "to Prepared RKSSET or the fourth STOMACH ) steam ship matter moment's reflection. -
STATE E6KGIA
Congress no power create OF (
liirt justice to General Scott, corrected upon bet define crimes Leave Palatka Thursday at 7 o'clock A. nc. OF the TUB ox. after directions of Baron LJCBIG Captain J. E Walton has, of 1200 tons register, RATES OF. TUITIOtf ;
' or punish" any not so enu. Leave Picolata great Physiological Chemist by J S. Hough- commenced her rejrn : .
'III ter information the complaints which 1 merated in the Constitution. Nor can this Leave Black Creek Thursday Thursday at,10 at o'clock 1 o'clock A. *P... ton. M. !)., Philadelphia Pa. : lar|ripe, and wiU leave Savannah on'Wednesday, (PATABLE IJr AD\'UCa-Pn IKSSKMT ot ruE} "* *

deemed it my duty, as the representative of dilemma be avoided by sa'ipg. that the Constitution Leave Jacksonville Friday, at 3 o'clock A. 3. .Tbit is a truly wonderful remedy fer Indigession the 2d day of June,and every alternate edn" xorrna. t 4
thereafter
the people of Florida to make againsthim. The accommodations Dyspepsia,Jaundice,Liver Complaint Constipation day say on the 16th and 30th Jane For Spelling. Reading. Writing, Ge -
It.ed itself provides for the rendition of for passengers are unsurpassed and 14th and 2&h July, 1'Jtb and 25th and Primary *
August, so
I am unwilling that the first letter I fugitive slaves. It undoubieJly does but by thoe of any boat ever placed on the Debility Nature's, curing after Nature'sown OL ._ gvaphy,and Primary Arithmetic. t8 CO I
method by
; own the Gastric For
St. John I. Freight and low agent Geography,Arithmetic,English Gram- 4
hall be laid before the Court without tbe passage as as bv Cabin Pawmge to Pha&delrSia 4
,, t25-
it does net make a failure to comply with it any other line. uice. Jmar( and Modem History, 12 00 l
aecond. As I hare uo of it with me at &:>Half a teaspoonful of Pepsin infused in Through Tickets to New York, 25 For Ancient ,
'cIe copy provisions a crime; aid hence corJng to Any farther information can be obtained by applying Steerage 9 History Ancient Geography i;
present, I: take this occasion to say that the second of the Kentucky Resolutions. to either of the untl"rignpd agents. water will digest or dissolve Five pounds of matt Chemistry, Natural Philosophy, Natural
1. t& I am satisfied upon a full and impartial I.V.. CALDU'ELL Charleston. chit in about two hour*, out of the stomach. This ship has been built with entire regard to History Pint Lesson in Algebra, Geom It.
' Congress has'no power to make the aidingand BELLECHASSE & Fl.VNEOAN ein is the great element or great Digestive safety, eoibfoft and dispatch and offers new and cIty Anatomy and Physiology 2000* .
review of the facts and circumstances ,
'I.r abetting a fugitive slave to effect hise Jacksonville. principle of the Gastric Juice tht Solvent of lAs admirable facility business and treveL For For higherbnanehesofMatbematici,1og .

connected with the Florida campaign, and rape front the officer of the 4aw, or tbe R. R. REID Palatka. Food, tht Purifying, Prttcnine, and Stimulatmff freight or postage. applr to1ADkLi'OaD Khetorie: Moral and Intellectual Philosopey i

5.b upon evidence not then before me, that the resistance of those officers when in the discharge September 23, 1852. tf Agent of the Stomach 'Intestines.. Itis FAY & CO.,, Latin and Greek Languages 25 00 .
failure is not to be attributed to Major Gen. extracted from the Digestive Stomach of the Ox, Agents in Savannah. Fer FrencK-extra, 10 00 a
of their constitutional
duty, a crime thus forming HERON
AW tt
ARTIFICIAL DIGESTIVE J'l.JTtD. MARTIN Contingent
n. 00 SO
n. eral Scott, nor to causes which it was in his or to punish it as such, because no such crimeis NEW YORKPACKET precisely like the natural Gastric Juice in its july- Agents in Philadelphia. There will expenses be a public examination at the close
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power to control or remove. SlIt enumerated in the Constitution and there. chemical powers and furnishing a comp'ete and ofthe session
-attendance on which will be obligatory
Jt was intention to bare availed LINE. ptrftrt tubttitute for it. By the aid of this SAMUEL HOYT '.
. my my. fnre no authority is given to Congress to preparation upon all the stadenta unless a written request '!
.fea.I. sell of tbe first appropriate occasion in the punish it. This may be called strict construction Dyspepsia the are pains removed and just eviLi as of they Indigestion would be and by (Late .T the Firm ef SauxM Hoyt ck Co., to the contrary be received from their parent ; t.
Rouse of Representatives to have declared Savannah Ga.) or guardian
and i is the healthy Stomach. It -
so it but Democrats cannot a is doing wonders foi Dyspeptics Board be .
obtained in families
thin ia place., as an act of justice to a of announce to his friends that he can private a* '
,
curing
Of my object to it on that account : and besides the cases debility emaciation nervous WOULD from eiht to ten dollars per month.CHARLESRUSSELL. f'It
decline \ to Charleston S. C., No.
officer.In and
. distinguished Supreme Court of the United States has The New and Regular line of Packets between dyspeptic Consumption supposed : .
149 East 1
'a. acted to be on the derge of the The Scientific Bay, where he is prepared to do a General
saying this, I confine the corrigendumto New York Jacksonville and Palatka, grave. Secretary of the Board of Trustees. t
composedby
Jar upon this view of the matter and hence evidenced on which it is based is in the Commioson Business, and furnish to orderat : -
bis military operations. I neither intendto arose the urgent necessity fur the present the new and fast-sailing schooners highest degree curious and remarkable. all times any articles from the North or South Aug. .: j. .it.t.,
im I said of Once that ba winteri. for th. usual .nnmiianinn lMtCOPARTNERSHIP. I' ;
explain or retract any thing law. That 'oseph 270 tons A. ROGERS Com'r. ms" -- ;
I Court
Order No. 48," reflecting on the people of the of relying possibly upon I .1'erHyOak, 160 tons 1. S. ROGERS, Com'r ; RI'U''rT' r11"nr..l'-. well as receive and sell the same. And I pledge .. r,.,.i;
this
Florida and whilst 1 admit that there is authority very resolution, or at will ply regularly between the ports: Baron LIEBEO: in his celebrated i ork on Animal myself that all business entrusted to my care The Vnderilzurd bating leased the CITf .:
; I all events arriving a precisely similar con I shall receive such attention as will ensure similar ,W MILJj formed ]
in New York Chemistry says : An Artificial Digestive ; hare a Copartnership : 1 i
ia the of ,
much palliation order a major general clusion, declared! its opinion, that Congresshad Agent OSEPH GRICEWater et. Fluid, anaIagous to the Gastric Juice. may be manifestation of their good will, not doubting for the pnrpow ofSAWING : 4

founded on the reports of two of the nothing to do with the rendition ol fugitive Agents in Jacksonville readily prepared from the mucous membrane of, that tuy acquaintance with northern and southern LUMBER I
officers and most conspicuous citizens ,- tht Stomach of the Ox in which various articlesof markets will enable me to do as well as any ("
ew highest slaves but that, under the Constitution, B1SBEE & CANOVA.Agent. and better than fjr the Home Market,under the style and title 4
I think that there food as meat and Eggs, will be toftentd many.
he of Florida can never in Palatka of Clark. BatUr.
the power"is reserved, and of right appertains changed and digested just iA tht same manner Also Dealer in Butter Cheese Plaster,Marble .,
bow R. K. DUKE. Soils
was any justification for the charge Dust Cement Lime and Hair. CLARK l.tl I
and .
solely exclusively to the as they mould bt in the human itomadi. !
101a ever it may hare ogginated, or by whomsoever states each within its own territory.respective It All goods directed to their care will be promptly Dr. C->MBE, in his valuable writings on the And Agent for sundry Machine Manufactories JOHN Q. BUTLER. : ,
.tv avoucbed or endorsed. forwardel.I "Physiology of Digestion" observes that "* north and south as well as Silas C. Herring's J-TliosbovccebscriberswoulJrespeetfcflyso. : : i=t,
If I letter has bten laid before the was this decision which more than any other September 4th, 1852. 23-tf diminution of the due quantity of Gastric Juice Fire-proof Safes Georgia and French Burr MillStones licit the patronage o/the.ptrHle. as they have en- J- : Ai .
p.al my cause perhaps called for the pa.-vsa;e of the ii a prominent and all-prevailing cause of Dys- ; aD of which will be furnished on short tend into the business for the express purpose of : ,l
will
that .4i
: Court I have to request you present pre eI fugitive slave law, which th" Democratic Cow Hides, Deer, Sheep, Otter peps.ia, and he states tLaat "a distinguished proW notice and at manufacturers'prices. SAWINO LCMBER FOB JiCSSOXVIUX aiDraz 1 ;i
UU. this for their onsiJera.lion. iu explanation National Convention ur of medicine in London, who was severely Cash paid at all times for Wool,Green Salted : >
enJur0ii Coon Skins
by < and T/C1SI7T.
:
f
and Dry Hides, Deer and Sheep Skins t1'
nal of the other. afflicted with this com Lr.iut, finding every thing Shipping Is
do I hare the honor to be the Kentucky Resolutions has declaied to 'DEE5-\VAX. Wool Tallow &c., and all else to fail, had recourse to the Gastric Juke,obtained Furs, Beeswax Rags, Rope Cuttings, Sea Island They win also have,a Grist Mm" attacked to the :!
be "void and of no force." _!::? Country Produce of ibis kind purchased from the stomachs of living animalswhich Cotton Seed and Florida Moss. Also, Southern- Machinery; and. as they han the agency of one "
Your mAst obedient servant, fur which tbe highest maikct cash pnces will be proved completely mteevful." Tanned Leather in the rough. of the Planing Machines of ISAAC Brown of Baltimore : 1 VI'

enl JOSEPH M. WHITE. 1 A SOLDIER'S TESTIMONY.-There is a soldier !. paid, or leather given in exchange by Dr. GRAHAM author of the famous works on fcJ-Tertns cash invariably. Refers to citizens which will be in operation in a few days, :.1

ee-! To Maj. Gen. MACOHB, President of the' now in.this town, who fouht under JOHN 1'. BAUM I Vegetable Diet" says : .It iI a remarkablefact of Savannah generally. fOp 16-3m and which is entirely novel in this part of the .1, I'3
the of No. 236 King Street Charleston S. C. in physiology that the stomachs of animals country-and one of tbe fires being an eld and ex- f II
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Court Inquiry. Wind field Scott in the Mexican
aud hand with dahea Joe
war, sept 23. macerated in water impart to the fluid the property Jacksonville Femald Institute. perieneed machinery anj
who bears upon IKS boiiy te; -narks of Rf. of dissolving various articles of food and of both of them being weB acquainted with the 1.1''i4

for Gen. Jackson's way ofli Defend- vere wounds received in the rar.ous hauls BUFFINGTON HOUSE effecting a kind of artificial digestion of them in MISS SWART AND MRS. M. MARLOW, wants of tile City in their fine they wiU endeavor .- ,

TO- ing"the Inhabitants of Florida.The no wise di&rent from the natural digestive pro- ASSOCIATE PlW'ICUALII. to give.general lCa.d1oa.Io sft who will favor 1"
in wbch: he vvasensriTej. A friend: of ours JACKSONVILLE. EAST FDOR1DA.THT5 hem with their erdesa. *i
ln.ich cess. FOURTH YEAR. of this Institution
!. .Pierce organs sty that Gen. Jackson inquiied of this solu.'ff a few layv ao if be Ct1-CaIl on the Agent, and get a descriptive THE commence on the 20th of September August 8, ISlit ,. .. I2IgDissolution,linmirr .,- .-' 'I!
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had such a care over the people' of FonJa, La.! ever beard any thi'. of Gen. Pierce PROPRIETOR of this well known circular gratis giving a large amount of scien- iost. The classes will be arranged so as to embrace r
roic i while be was in Mexico? He was oa tL.e is pleased to announce to hs old tide evidence,siuiUr to the above together with the different ages and capacities of the pupils : j.fMlHE j.
Gen. Scott
hii that he suspended from coaioiaai I time line; was t-ut luring the entire; tum- patrons and those visiting the ":unny South" reports of remarkable cures, from all parts of the and thus progressively promote their intellectual Ce-partnenhp heretofore"exlitiuir" voder' i.t 1'I
of the troops tbe State upon charts rf I for health or pleasure that United States. improvement and also insure to them i' J. the name and style of MeKlNLAY fc l D"j

id.inly. misconduct. From the following uhich: [r:1irn.' and ou ht to know sometb.ng about His House has undergone a thorough renovation AS A DYSPEPSIA CUAER. I thorough instruction in th.various departments DOCK is this day dissolved by aratal eooseat. >\1.

, was communicated to tbe editor of tbe Florida all -lue prominent ouctrs of the Army. He has produced the most of literature sad science. All debts contracted lathe name eftto late lam :
Dr. Hottghton's Pepsin Mathematical Instruction wsH be continued wiU be settled bJoha O. Hddeck. '
had
that be hs whole by
replied never during :
Watchman in it seem that In Diseases of Debility,
would
the 1833 marvellous effects curing -
heard the of Gen. Pierce and has been well fitted up to suit the most fastidious the former Teacher. JOll'f D MeK1t.
,, by .this great Democratic guardian knew howto stay ever name hating most of his Rooms Emaciation,Nervous Decline,and Dyspeptic Con-of The French and Drawing Department win be JOHN G.HADDOCK.The
tongue-laeh them. mentioned. Tuis is testimony of one w ho FUAMSHEU IVJTR NEW FURNITURE sumption. It Is impossible to give Lbs details under the direction of Prof. Des Koehers. business of toying and ceiling of Cattle; a*
fought in nearly all the battles between Vera i ENTIRE. cas illi the limits of this advertisement; but authenticated Musical will be given to the Pupil also Bateheriag. win ho eotatfafted'by John G. 1
:ic.in. Feb. 15 1337. been of more
WASHISOTON Cnitz and the Cily of Mesrco: anj! ar.att Pcmc/- I certificates have given of this Institution by any of the Professors of that Haddock. The subscriber grateful for the liberal '
i: The Proprietor has al.o secured the services ofa. thai two hundred remarkable cures In Philadel- '
PEAR SIR : Having written three letters tbct. If his !t.U?.\ sci-'urs! i never alone. These were Science ia Jacksonville ; the t'rincipallleariDgitoptioul patronage heretofore extended to him, takes plesfc I
tai i lady of tong standing aci repntatiou as a pVa, Xew York and Boston with the and to de in Mr. Hadd sr his'saceas ?
to the Secretary of-War OH the puhjtct! I ,! I I parents guardian sure recommending (
"iu-aid tdP rf Ge4. Pierce; cI He wdl the were not
we :ue.-s H-Ki eplli. sp&rc n j psius to icaetuL neirly all desperate cases and cures cide.TXKXS. sot) to an indulgent pnblie. :
ra. calied to-day in person to see the PiesiiL-it, n.D-t Lave kept j1inf! very q'.li t. TheI I I II ii'-ue one of the best ia Fior.d..t. and hopeby orly rapid and wonderful, but permanent.It july 9 JOHN D.McKIYLAT. <
.;grin to protest against any further draft on MiJf man who thus frankly acknowledges tiLt Le I ;eepu-g good ftuM. and giving ni.< pcn>o.latuaiiou is a great nervous antidote and particularlyuseful ,(FATABIX rx AOTAXCI.)-For one quarter, I
u bculcifs: to merit and receive the fjr tendency to Bilious disorder, Liver of eleven weeks Jp 1 I
die and that would
Florida
to suggest they never beard of Gen. Pierce knew VYiuJSelc! I treated Writing, and Brought to Jail .
patronage of the public. Complaint' Fever and Ague or badly Oth2ruieadint J $ I IIi
I :
: have enough to do, to protect their own Scott well. and says that d kinder and rnoie He respectfully solicits a call from his friends Fevur aaJ Ague and the evil effects of Quinine. : : t* 00 O N the tenth of May a Ken* men named ;

rate'U frontiers. He declared he lid not believe attentive man to his soldiers ne never met and Travellers generally.A Mercury, and other Drugs npoi the Digestive or- Geography, Grammar,and History, 6 00 WASHINGTON. Says he belongs .to 1 !

1&nah- that Jesfup bad made any draft or a call for I with the service. Slaunton large aud extensive Livery Stable is attached k'CiH, after a long sickness. Also for excess in Mathematics tftd the higher branchesof BENJAMIN SINGLETON, of Lownde eotD- ;LiiI
in Spectator. the free of ardent spirits. Italmost English Literature 6 00 Ga..-about of dark complexion -
denied to tLe House. .:atizg .nd too me ty twenty years age
of
wanted evidence the
hare one; fact; The Western Stag leaves the House soon after reconciles Health with Intemperance. The French Language in classes 5 00 five feet four inches high. Says he has 'iJ:
that Florida had ever had a Brigadier Gen There is a talt-1.teJ you.i Irish-nan in the arrival ot thc ooTt.SAMUEL. D.a wing and Painting, do. 5 00 been runaway two ;! )

rityuu eral's command in the field, and then becoming Cincinnati named GI.holll't'ho: tuou h not BUFFINGTON.PROPRIETOR.. DR. J. S. HOUGHTOK'SIs Music from $10 to 113 for 24 lessons.An weeks.M.. H. FREEZE, E

' excited be said, "Let the damned cowar.Is heretcfo.e a \Vln", has deemed it a duty toi.is alditional charge of 60 cents for fuel, will Jailor Columbia county, East Fla. I *

:"tbe;b. defend their country that be would take aJuj'teJ country to ciuitft in the Scott September 23, 1832. (News copy Cm)_ abe the be mda winter.1ackaoiviUe to. each patron for USE quarter daring May m-tl of .

fifty women aud whip every Indian that had ranks.-Biing a g1)J speaker lie has teen f I'iiE SCasCIlIBKH :s hOW o iliiKJL September'st.I352. 9-6m S Votlee to Debtors *mj 1-11&.. ,

ever crossed tbe Suwanee; and that the people induced If the ;riieM solicitations\; friends A General a* rtinect of Dry Goods, Groceries ALI< PERSONS who are indebted to the es- 'I

I. .r of Florida had done less to put down to take an active part' in I the present canvass 1'rupj. Paints tills &c.-among which : School Notice. of deeeased Donald C. Murdock late to of Colombia forward i
county are required oem :
the war or to defend themselves! than any an l m so doi: < he bold incuneJ the Jispleuure may be enumerated, in part- : THE Subscriber will open an Eyenl.c. and make immediate payment to the under.sinned ii

other people in the United States. lie said ot the C.T.cimmti Eiquirer, the organ of Blankets O4ntiuzg s.Negro CaliootI Cloths, .s.c., for_&Gentlemen.on the first The Monday classes of will September meet.from ; and all persons having demands against .

ng. they ought to have crushed it at once if Ixjcofocoism in Souin f-stcrn O.;'.o, which Ginghams and Mosiius, out Monday to Wednesday, inclusive, of each said estate are hereby called upon to present them :

'hp they bad been men of spirit and character. left ho opportunity pass of abusing him- Flauucu Sheeting, and Shirting week. Rooms open from half past 7 to 11 o'clock. to_the undersigned duly authenticated without .

"nsom. He'said! .if five Indiana' bad approached into calling him an -diioatate," and applying! to Liiicni, Satinets, _c., TEEJJS. delay. MARY A. MURDOCH, Acb' .
Swiss dotted
tbe white settlements of Tennessee and hint every opprobiou* epithet in i its I billings Cambrics Moulin,JaekoceU, and Per Quarter of eleven weeks for any branchesin W. T. McLERAN Admt.

and Kentucky, not one would have ever got out gate vocabulary. Tile abuse of the Euqui- Hosiery Handkerchiefs &c.UtIoMljtnI.3 ;- : the English and Mathematical Courses ten By M. WHIT SMiTH',,

try alive. He saul tbe men had better run oif : ref does cot seem however, to have much Clothing, told-by nearly all the Dealers in fine Drags and dollars. Including the Scientific Course, twelve Alligator Columbia co..Fix Their, Attorneys

or let the Indians shoot them. tuat the women t'tf d upon Mr. G., a* will appear from tefiliowing : We are also! reeeiricg a general assortment of popular medicines throughout the United btates. dollars.Lights and Fuel furnished by the Principal August 10th. 1852. mt .,

tor.61. might get husbands of courage, and nute addressed by him to the editor Groceries, inch as- It is prepared in pow6>r and in fluid form and in Stationery, Books, &c., extra. '

vU- j breed up men who would defend the coun r>f that slitu-t: Flour Pork Cheese prescription phial for the use of physicians. Opportunities for the formation of, and exercise Tin Copper and Sheet" Iron. :
Tobacco Coffee a few bags of Java, Private Circulars for the use of phyncians maybe will be afforded. WORKER.The ;
jed try. He maintained that there never was To the Editor of the Enquirer-Sir:-I\ Su-ir, Loaf oad brown.Caudles obtained of Dr. Hou'hton or his Agents, describing in,a Debating Society kF.BItOWNI undersigned is prepared to perform '

tii 600 Indians. most cheerfully accept the name of Apos- : SOap, Starch, &c. the whole process of preparation, and giving I Principal of Jacksonville Male and Female Classical all kinds of Can: Copper and Sheet IronWork iiii.
isedow When he bad finished harangue, whichof late ftom the corruptions of Locofocoism. : Crackers of every description, the authorities upon 'Yhich the claims of this Institute. August 19-tf iii ,nch'. the mxnafaetare ef fight -

evel course wa not very agireable to me, I You could not do me a greater favor than to Vinegar, Cider, and White Wine. new remedy are based As it is NOT A SKCRKT ---- I Culinary Utensils,"making and repairing ;

said to him, army and all your Generals ranks In Paints,&c.: REMEDY, no objection can be raised against its Cotton andWoollen Machinery and in Gutters and Spjrating for Houses Tin KeelingTinandZineCofli.afldai1kM0fVnnk .
the
your that I fsaui
I am an Apostate standintand rernlar -
say and Linseed Oil. in respectable ;
uw- have been in the field, why have they of the rotton party to which you belong.If Abo White, Lead Lead Miot., Lamp ant Powder. use by practice.physicians Price ONE DOLLAR PER Steam Saw Hills and Engines. !I appertaining to his line of business which will te : .. ii.

any not conquered these 600 Indians ? And you would like; to know I can inform Alxi, Stationery,Cap aud Letter paper i BOTTLE.rnOBSERVE. aE E SEX COMPANY I.AWKEKcc MaesacutrsxrTz -, executed with promptness and despatch. ii..l

iay, vby are the people of Florida thus reproached you that you can find thousands of such Fancy Soap of all kinds THIS-Every bottle of the of wiU promptly execute all or- 0 n- Orders for articles, or cervices, for thE I
PS/ATbears the written signature ooUen Machinery of aU will be promptly attended ..
for not doing what all regular Blank Books genuine den for Cotton and country
can failed yocr Apostates m this city and cou *ty.J Cologne and other extracts, J. S..JIOUGHTON, .111. D., sole Proprietor, kinds, and will contract for whole Mills from the J. L.lIOGAR'nl,
she troops and Teuueseeeans, have to ac- F. GIDEONS. of Pa. Copy-right and Trade-mark 6-tf Bay-it., JacksoaviH* 44
I General Assortment Fancy the
And a Philadelphia, water wheel or steam engine to finishing ma May .
I' 'lr1l nl i.b_ __ ___. ___ ___ '
be -'-mr'---' H Uuo: secured. chine. Steam Saw Mills for gangs or single State of Fterlda, Ctrevlt "Court, AIrt.MLittleton 4l
not I told bin the Tennesseeans at Wahoo, HEAD QUARTERS 4rn EEUADE- F. M.. For sale oa low terms by .O-Sold by all Druggists and Dealers in Medi- saws. Machinists' Tools of every description. C.""7' .' .. 41h1
I informed bad difficulty to J.. LIVl.iJGSTOX Agent Locomotive and Freight Cars. Machinery of all
for as was some JACKSONVILLE, Sept. 21,1S32. CIACi.EGBERT B.Lewis,
At Finnegan's old Stand Jacksonville Fls POTNSETT, kinds on'hand, either finished or in progress so .
their wounded off the field. Said be, .
get Order Xo. 4. Sept. 2J-tT (News copy.) Agent. JadatnnUt, Eta. that orders can be filled in short notice. vs.Abue .

zed "it is a lie 1" answered, 1 was not there G. COOPER GIBBS, of May Port Mills Dural J. A. MAYER, {O.Terms are very low. Francis?D.R.J Johnson Johnson } Bill ba CIa cu1. !

and and did not state it on my prrsonar knowl County u hereby appointed an aid-de-Csmp of VALUABLE REAL AND PERSONAL .' and Retail Agent, Satannah, Go. Persons contracting for Mills will be furnished William Lastinger. 1

to ede. He then said if they had not got out tbe Brigadier Geueral, with the rank and title of PROPERTY FOR SALE. Sept 2, ':-ly with drawings for arranging the Mills, without and John Johnson, .

of provisions what they would have tloue. Major-vice John L. Hopkins promoted. He Executors of the late Col. John II. charge.GORDO TT appearing to the satis&ction of to* Court .

re- I told him always oat of provisions will bo ob :ed and re'pocted aocordiuglyiBj THE .._u, offer for sole, and are rea they got
tof ordct of i>rig Clea. Ilu'kiss. receive application* lor the purchase of all his ap23-ly I named defendant William Lutinger, reside beyond
ain- aid were hangry in eight of the enemy. F. C. l'-UlH t:;17. reiiA and personal consisting of a qaautiti TO BELL THE LAND FOR SALE IN FLORIDA.2fl the h'mitt of the State ef Florida"te wit: lathe ,

9 or We came to no nndersUudlii: ;. He required Adjutant General. of pprty. Moles, Uxun, LIFE OF GENERAL SCOTT. > Acres, situated on the head waters State of Georgia-Therefore,ott motion of M. t_ 1

'ardfeb. proof that Jersup had called f.>r men weeks afl r dote I will apply td Hon. tbe '. Corn, Fodder and abuui 221 lts &e.. aU 12X0 xj, of Halifax Orange county Whit Smith, Esq.,Solicitor for the Complainant, .
and I the of the Committee of SIX i'robaltf of fdr which tia tue planution ..tdu, 50.0 PAGES it Is ordered that the said Defendant William
out ColambiaCounty
cat of
report ; a East Floiida, 44 miles south of St. Augustine-
The slaves will be said DURABLY BOUND. Lntinger do Cd answer the said Bill ef .
waited the ktten of Administration. on the estate of Elias county, .1nda. HANDSOMELY AND of J.J. Bulow appear
Council who lands
,t or the Legislative on Vuva ; and the lands in vari bounded on the North by ; Complaint,according to laif,or the same wQl'betaken
liD I Governor, and enclosed it to tbe Secretary. Crew, late of Columbia Coanty,deeeued.J tracts or 1 to Suit purchasers ILLUSTRATED WITH ENG AVINOS, deceased and on the south by lands now or lately at confessed against aim. .

tbt Among other thing, I told him that if be o t7 6t JOHN CHEWS Adm. QU diagram of which quantities exhibiting the localities, may BY EDWARD D. MANSFIELD, ESQ., the property of the Marquis do Fergeaud.with The a.I. And it is further ordered,that a eop ef this order .
covered
of said lands are
itrmiidy, rudy, Brandjr. at the to greater portion be published in some newspaper,printed and
after tbe 4tb of application plnttion.
war-horse be Cincinnati
would mount his seen upon Editor of the of Live Oak and Cedar and are well
Nay
inguilt Old of veart growth published in said Circuit once a week for four
that Agent .
March would end supply of Superior benjamin Wilson, Jisq. eithe Daily Chonide. 11ltiv! ti of Cane and the THOMAS :
.n& I thought be soon put an : ANOTHER.& received and far .1. bfctr subscribersAmong the real estate a large I adapted to the n Sugar months. DOUGLAS
to tbe war, but it was not every son uf JOHN M PAYNE. tbs and dwelling home are situated 1 tte mIlE Su.bicriberwiIllhortly reeelvo from the Upland portion to that of Long Staple C tton. Judge &.., fce.Clrcolt .

fa Achilles who could wear tbe armor or wield elegant of et. Augustine, fronting the public sure.. M. Press an Edition of the above valuable Lying on a navigable stream for flat boats of j une 221,..D. 1852. Jan.31
) bePrsL I .I city these lands conveniently
become of are
furnish those who wish to three feet draft water
the sword of bio father. 4 Also,a steam fc aw J iiU and aitfj with work and will Sonthcrn Circuit .f Flor- :
1t 1tI.
Coact,,
and the most reasonable situated for forwarding produce. .
SUPKRlORlotof on
A VERY Segsrf Just reeeired connected with it. !W. mill LI c htfrM Agents to circulate the same .
I am &e. of tugs and all necessary terms app1t to C. DREW ida,Monroe county,! cnjincerj.
f Fit S 2 at the Ifl-ug a'.J Fancy store works two of upright saws and doe term For father particulars For
JOS. M. WHITE. JOHN Si. PAYNE. puwer gangs will please address At this Office-or to Catharine '
theor Known, Eaq. oct 7 ircu.w edzer saw. There is no better mill in information applicants
i bscriber C. W. DOWNING Tallahassee. wWt.J Bin in Chancery for Divoroejolm : .
Florida eituer in machinery or frame-work. Attached their Utter to the _vs.
,
Democratic Platform era- NEW BiiHERY. MANSFIELD Publisher 19-tf ,
TAKEN | .-Tbe to it i* a substantial and commodious H August 1 I

i brawn tbe Kentucky resolutions, as well as Bread, Pies and Cakes. wharf alongside of which any vessel that can 154 York Street, New Havefl Ct. Schooner Jersey Oak, appearing the satisfaction of the Court by !
,owoce Ad- John's river bar lie and load.It sept 16-U RECEIVED IT made and filed in this cause that the 4
those ef Virginia.-Tbe Charlotter co-partnership heretofore existing be paw the &t. may JUST lbs Ground Zinc, much superior to Ute
2J of the Kentucky resolutions THE in the conduct is situated at the mouth of Doctor's Lake on White and .'I abovementioned John Welch reside oat of this {
rocate copies tbe Myers and Coopmaa best Lead cheaper; .1.1Li1
the >t. John's river, opposite to Mandarin about Clocks fee. fee.C. White Circuit but in the State of Florida, to wit, '
dissolved WatchesJewelxy Union Lead
bip been ,
Pure
by which it appears that tbe Fugitive of the Baking business having 14 miles above Jasksouville and 23 miles below 500 lbs ; in the Western Circuit: U to ordered that
the best article for
ck- Slave Law ii declared to be -altogetker void the subseiber desires to make known to the public PiooLua. A large body of pine timbered landisnrbyfrOmWb10h Ginger Wine- debility he appear and answer said bill, on Ute first ,
tad takes theground hat he will hereafter carry on said bu nell singly saw logs be bad and bAK and Dyspeptic persons now in use; ia November next? otherwise Lb.complainant's ;
end resolution may Monday
no force.The D..
4 i ej lie baa made full preparations to supply the town the for thatpurpose. Chrome Yellow Chrome Green; Brown'sBlistering bill will be taken pier eon-- :;
tbe proprietor
by
I that Congress can pasa no law to and other purchasers with very excellent BREAD, which was. The purchased Mill is new, and has only been IneWtiion WEAVING inst returned from the North.wojld Tissue; Adhesive Plaster against him according to the statute la I

tup punish any crime not specially enumerated PIES and CAKES, which he is now delivering five months-was stopped in consequence Jti respectfully inform the publie that he has With many other. article-making my,' such ease made and provided;and that this order

10* in the Constitution,-.aud as negro stealing regularly at the houses of customers. ol the death of the proprietor,and U now boubt oat a splendid UIOrtm.mt of SsockeompIet. be published in some newspaper published in this |
Au of which the lowest
his offered at
or. is not M de6ned, the Fugitive Slave Law is thanks He takM for the tail liberal opportunity evidences of of encouragementwhich expressing ill working order. It may be i-eea and ir.spocted GOLD AND SILVER WATCHES, rates ro& CASH.are State for two months before the said.first- Monday- <

cull and vo.d. he h. already received,and while rlllptctfiliI by any person wishing to purchase'. application. Fine Gold Je;elry of Fob every and description Vest Chains| ) !: JNO. M. PAYNE, NOYelllbtr.|Signed J08.' LAACASTErt.: !
1q.jACO1 and Silver Guard '
ni- Tbe platform was prepared by that expinaive atti r a continuance of the same, feel ww- to the Age.d iJenj&m W.DBtRG, Gold GOLD AND SILVER SPECTACLES; Jacksonville. Aug. 19-tf Druggist. Ja1Ie SoMthert Ciremt State ofFiorIdaAtnueeopy. .*

3 ct Free Solid, l&ldt! and we did not. ranted Ia claiming for the bread which be fett BENJ. A. PUTNAM, SILVER WAttE-ettch Spoons of aUk-nds : :

eau doubt but that be woul make ample provision qualities urpaued in all the eofeutlaU which go Executors of John H. Melntosh. Batter Knives fce. .Hold and Silver Pencils; : Brandy, Wine, &.. JAIl. 31.B&CEWZLL,ClftL ,
to EDSke the staff of lib p.ILIt..te. pur., audwhoTesonM. 1332. 23-tf PENS Go's Best BRANDY. Per Joax P. BAXDWU,Dep. dak.. ]
hID Household. Bat lab. GOLD ; Otard. Danny
; for himself and we Sour Sept. '
He will contian* to use tha wsl OLD '
Shears, **, splendid .Y,WINE-* superior article. .be:1J.2 \
FeUeon. very -f
Lad not supposed him capable of a Yankee which, with personal experience ia the at of Baking Knives Raton -
IAoa date I win apply to the Ladies' Fans Comb, Brushes Iw.; MADEIRA do. do. do -"' .
WEEKS a.1cr lot of -
else but jartifir biia ia his eostomersgo IVoiice ,
promUing
trick of Ibis Perhaps no one -
sort. '
SIX for Columbia te- OLD PORT JUICE.
i ilread tte. the Jodg. of Probate PERFUMERY, ; oring Iwffl Q
after date
a.ca1 b'rnselfand his free-soil set, weie aware of TiekeU famished and families any where within eon,.IT, for letters ui adminisUatioo on the estate _CIGAR CASES PORTUONA1ES, PRIME HOLLAND GIN. of the best SIX x> aod .vouchers **Administrator present of'
cf
the precise terms of tbe Kentucky resolutions. the limits of the town eupplieJ at aa eady hour of Vftlb. latch I&&e ofiald county deoen.J and articles kM nmenms to 1D8IIden. The above were porehxsed one the estate of CALVIN READ,.tte'UI d.to 1ft* -

, tore By tbat means he took in bis brethren.We every day. Price 5 cenu per loaf. 6th.WILLiAM 1B32. 23.a UTl1L; ._(iThep-Wijar..lari&ed.0"ea1J._. __1._ __. houses July 23 in New Fo York sal,and by warranted JOHN M.lapwior.PAYNE.' H. J dg*. of PrUttb of DM Cenn1y.-fe Li1 Li1UI
HESU.Y COOPMAN.may xmrator.., Sect. a.- .. mricr..c7
. copy from tbe advocate : --- Q>Watcb iud J ewelry.. repaiwatkw .5 final settlement of Qi4' -_- &ftI.tJ

The trcoiid of those celebrated resolutions 27 tfN4tfl3HALL Notiee.nnBE Jaeksoavine,and walT&ll Sept.& .' ILSSi .. .- 'DaccoCtgan .&: .: -1 O.' EkT; ..

is in iber words: HOUSE.cnhacribur .. eo-partnersbip exUinr between the.!>- on utie1dr.it. IMet quality A Aw. Estate ot C.-B.w.
very '
'p1i ; '
,
""Retolved That the Constitution of the 'j H: having teased the JL; cAarnd Wfll-ara Nettt ia dnvio be fbee5 Notice. eItma4aMfmi.ote b4b7 Jeekienicle._ J&rf nthi MB8. fen.OTICJ2. 1
.
,if.ie United, Stale having delegated to Confess 11: &bur hiaae.sUnit ,4 Brwigt Oattle, baring dis lred oa the will trot art d&iepsmber. kohl jf.f iteesona Indebted 0 lbs Estate fIlFOBEo Jtd1B JOd'M..JtAYNE. i [ :T TU4 /rr5
between Atavorn and Un.ytoB- 1M. she uniwisa ALL
a power to punish 1r an, counterfeiting street for contacts amoem aNew .TUl.NGl'L,taLc if 1'1.. SRERlFt1S.U.LE. a t e hereby (*ns.ediea-agslipfooDssory
term of "reepe'InfOI1llA the blmaelfrespoaathIa y to tbke lainedhiti ..yIItC A KaMvaadssstpartlaHy -
year 1IOUW
the Uoi- IUWIA lOr& deceased, an trueing feW t
secorities and Cuin of the
td- current citiieas of siavanuah an-i'*i .'rmbUc pffa1J.1. pdor. .Ctpru, ofth.1a.-6Iaa.'JullN BROWN.- a.o&lie uderignid J.sad aI1 perrsaia holding 'W1r1"J1.L.. .eaidatheCeertHese iB.J": me,ID tarot of J.A.Pleist eII'. .. t
tcd led Flates piracies ard /elm : commitd onthe that be is'HAW prepared to receirs hoarders, both .. r. cJaI.uid Lush at piek -V y suiYlie.'cei the fnt Ud*nr ia OeioberfissSS laW aot.ala&'fIitg paid. no eondsraiSen .

to high teas, aud oflcjicts against the laws regalia and uo.wtllD&' oa the DlOI reasonable Rim.J.' 1A 1882. ,theic Ie &lie ecrlbtl',t1-ktd. Jmec. so tbd f toe WhiCh said tiJJtMi w4r ebb baa

91 t nations and no other crime whatever,'andIt terms awi p.1gei alLle1'by strict atteaUon to 111I1& CAlIPu..m.Ii.U wlthI tM U..IIftIOriW by law,- Cf- ,this- noticedbJstrator.' nader IIng aNatioa fr 11: a4.'etenifDW'$1( pa7 t1ma1,

being true as a general principle, and one atSStKtfSrBSKi&KKHis I tf 9S per et. ALCOHOL. "I wm. .Plllet.cU a.WJ,,lAut. TmNG1'nl. Ortolt Coart at DgvC< Stateoffier da.\\6.IW.s1 .tE id J D. th

.ey of the amendments to the .Constitution barteC cLIJSHOISL-: table will supplied with evJOHNSON JartrteelTedMdftr. MAYER alebyJOHJVA Savannah.. A GCO.H "" 3.5IIerIt D. C Jn2j*htJ sag
*r- _. AvpstXJ ISS .
llr
alto declared 'that tbe powers not detected e'l1lU1U1 that CaD be'pl"OO1Ired. W Palatka,Fntrfam Co.,Jury J0. ,

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TlIeGn41UcaofpenlOcratie ewhichthedc1egates w -instracled by 'Th; fl'5' renewedhnsmbtion been,'and to shqvv from hisory, from legis. WMTEIV8DICTIQNARYIm

Committeemen anil Organs in the Madison, Convention, (and which WMeft tA i lay, the motion to re- la hive action from documentary evidence,,

: i .: Wath.bt agnlcst' in 1S48a reason for distrustinff ) m doubt by Mr. Cass'a Nicholson letter,? rcijre on the'iable, and it was carried Jn t..eaurmative the danger vhi>h must ivetitMy cr sefrom aI'st

; I1 4n lSiU ;th6 Doctrine a 'heresy" thciu in J8A2.S .- and that Gen. Cass failed to answer him, as follows : vf 'pengii-vt for civil service.. He could 1.1ENTIflE :Q1u.

.k; -* .* /" "H- i- except by returning hack to him the same YEAS, Mecwra. Benton Buchanan. CALHOUN not adduce more,conclusive evtdence; hat.liej One Vol.Cr
i.-a Boctrina. hldeocs'ln* de- A Partyriidit. PersonalAn Nichntson' letter! (Matk this, ye Demo Clay of Alabama, Fulton, Ilubbard, took his stand upon pr.r.ciple in thu ca-e, D 3 atahIn TUREt TI.M the .mur a$ .
% fbrtnity tecedent." crats who assail Gen. Scott for ooi'tting to KING. Linn, Lumpkin, Lion, Mouton, Nicholas than by adverting to Ins course a the Iat oIb kJjish Dwis, sil.4 is thu

tt write a letter!)' Yet the Central Coirmiitlee Norrell, Prebton, Rives, Roane. Roli-! session Congress, \\ hen'a, bill .from the '!"" 'P T '
Any Whig tahcrliesitates to support Gen. which the dele House of ehfatives the 0. & C.Nerriam. Sngfie1a
: SENTIMENTS OF THE ORGAN OF Scutt the pronounced the" point upon inson, Strange-; Tipton, Walker, White, Repre extending ,
Democratic
wilder of the
taunts Lad iufrrm4tion l law of 1833. under'consideration.. 4", li hp
under instructidns
f gate' nought Williams Mi.-23. was -
JAMES i:. LROOME AND A. E. -
: press, would soon acquire sufficient confit from C ui.'Cass, a new and faiheIssue. NAYS.- Messrs. Allen Davis J IVnh a single icepffan be stoo'i atomic among .-
,
't k MAXWELL, ANJ) OF THE SUPf dence for that formidable task, if, Clayton '
seemingly .
." They raised anHssufr"' between McKean the mem'tw'tii in New England 111 resntmsthe TBSTIJIIOiriAZ.
PORTER OF FRANK PIERCE. Knight, Morris, Nile, PIERCK.Prenti .
he
would but the conduct of his
; recur to themselves: .and their delegates, .which re- *?, Rnggles Smith of Connecticut jwwge rf 1fict lute" .4 Etymological part titrjxuu any tMg
,
. : : From the JatktonvtHt AVirs of Jitnt 7th, 1851. raillersin of the 1848.Democratic Gen. Cass was Tbe the nomination norm'nee suited hi the overthrow of Democracy' in Smith of Indiana, Swift, Williams of Me.- TlieiHJ of lt 3G gives five years half pay lot bten donator tfn Engltih Lanyuayt,"
party. Florida But how did the EsisiemComu
jn 1848. 14. to wli'i/\tsor orphans of ofikeis, non coin
: 3 Acquiescence- of Cat fell upon the Democracy pf- tee regard this "issue I'! Jot rw h"nevf'a'nd The votes of Messrs. Pierce and King are niffsio.-x'd cfSci-rs, soltliei?. &c., who have
Florida more like a wet blanket, or to use a false" one. They said We died in t'"e scrt leaf the United Stain since
*
consistent f
wonderfully this
The doctrine of acquiescence in the meafcures of Mr. Jefferson a fire bell on fetibjict I
figure ,
strong with the Central Committee."
cannot agree Ztith if April, 1818. It also extend the
Perhaps in'the
of the misnamed some men' South can explain -
; "Adjutfment? tct vehemently in
the night" than an acceptable, soothing,
: .: urged by the SubmtopioniMR of the Or to But they accepted Gen., Cas notwithstanding this vote r.t the peculiar Southern can benefits ot the act of June 7, 1832, towidciv
and Agreeable nomination. use a
.
prewnt day. IS THE MOST F.XTRAORDINARY technical comparison-the coinage and favorite the delegates had found him unprepared didate. A word to the wise, &c." or children of rffi-ers, tfc., HLo have
ftOCTIUNE to meet this issue-tho e delegates.who had died H.nceJIie 4th of AJarch, 1831.
AND HERETICAL
: *f our jecpectuble cotemporary of the him face face had communed with
met to And now we are irres.stibiy inclined to
; EVER PROMULGED IN NORTH AMERICA Neics-the nomination of Cass was a hitfcr A Forgotten Chapter iu General
his'bosom friends had -been in ask the
'. and a posiliou leader what conc.usion he is driven
SINCE ITS FIRST COLONIZA the sachems of Duv.il Picrcc'g History. icAolar knows its riln."
pill. Among to the undcrworkingsof the t lo to the Every
:. scan wiry as liheratytiie magi.ati.mity. and
TION. Indeed nothing at all !
tt
comjaiable county there was fiightfnl fluttering ; there polititiairt na the soul of poor UantouJ) was the lofty J.atrtttisu ) of Gei'eral Franklin
: with it hap been advanced, either in this almost Theme The Nashville (Tenn.) Republican Can- gc7
was ,
nriiirmuiing mutiny. sranni'd tlia't he be ejected fiom a iVrci-7 VVLat
: : might has does ht- iiiir.k of his appealing
in Riitain since the idea of ncr been
.. <5 country or great numbers f the hereabout examining Ge.tera! Pierce'sother tt ,
were t
> Democracy
Southern Demo ,
later Convention, to'give i to TAX PATKRS the few leniaining I f
in against
tacit ) the
obedience" and non-resistance" was much and to Gen.Taylor voles house! of RLrree1mtatvc. Z.t'Lo1 %
., j'teierrin ready suppoit ciacy a pretext to say "An aiohlioni! cannot i o'J' patric-tH who bought our libettes:
and the
i' exploded by the heroism of John Harrpden in to their own Ca< .*' following sta'cment is the result of A very talnable work- nexurrf nXTZ&T
. : and his compatibly. It is another mchinj prefeience be a De.nocraf The Ivi.-tem: Cum.iiU- the investigation. Il forms a noltcenble addilion v.ilh their bloi'd, and the widows and cii'Idren XOUCATBO MAX." '
The Xcirs of this place haJ at first run up tee'advanced a higher than either the of those who had lost the
step r lives and
. evidence in to the of the ,
; dioly of a rcticgraJe tendency JiiMcry conduct of the
. mast-headard in wetkor
the Casa at a
"*. tciciirds the hag Central' Committee or the dule. tes. They Demociatic could i'ot longer pro'.ec or provide for thoeJearet
of politicians depc\ic\ candidate
many larger questions,
upon
fo actually took it down, with a regular Cabs met the
undeitook to show that Gen. lo them than life who
at home suf--
: \ sentiments of the ;ncrnacisis Europe. ai.J ns already presented in detail! ihroutrh the
.; holtiiig editorial, as entirely "Ico bitier ajijil" '. his letter-to explain! teied
Nicholson
hsue'1 m as much ai the soM'ers the
I colu-nns of in field
: shows that the sentiment of individual lib- the Republic. General Pierce *ogloriuusly
swallow. This ,
forjts editor to unUteniable the of that letter which were anexplic't defei dm
. dear fathers of the Rerolu- away parts it will he-seen > their country ? vVe
KO to our sustained Ins
trty! r ;
; v I fact will be sufficient to convince' doctrine f pttation: 1-y '4 The most ACCTSATS and uuux.z DfctionAaz -
: nlh'imance of the t> "equal- close the
a. i ton, is faf I being displaced! by n belief in the I II those who are new-rorners to this locality We need voting against the oil revolntcz.ary'sc'diem!' -> chapter, aiu"PHUSP fora reply.; STY of the Language." -
ter not recapitulate
6oveieijrnty.'v '
. divine right of the jieojili-'s htinp: ruled I and their; widow. and a'so ltaOI.4 the old "
1 of all the
and who net ci> izatit cunrious stated Who
are gi> their -sufficient that it was \\iniicld
. k by sonrebtidy, and ru'eJ in tiicN a way 39 u antecedents" of our Democracy and argument Indian lighten. Irs{ friends have prc'jsby! Scott 1
: to their entife satisfaction. Gen. Cass they
bert to flit the in these
convenience of those in
autbority' votes view when laud luui
its leaders, ll.at w hen we say there was an concluded (mom their premise, hail DEMKD they as Does any Lody nvun to say that it reqaresp --
. "f- *hdVithpnt: the frl'-ghteFt rerd lo an ecommomnustThe : :
awful.tic>uble. in the on account of the exercise cM' to Scott
camp the right of the Territories to sovereignly g.\t a reputation "i
: the 'ilhrtit-- interei-ts of the facts
tightev !*, ( r which
> we arc about LlleaJ
now to
unia'iatiihieneFs! of some of Cus&'a senti- to the ii jury of the South ; and! in tuc lultowjng f>yuops>:3 of the lending "
whom it ma) be doe'ned r.ecs'v to sacrifice briny to light, and which are fully veiif'ed mu. KLAYSK before any other Db.tior.azy .
mentis wcttateihe solemn truth. "Some- fine they exclaim, "This is the sword c.f vents of iiishiatiny : of the Langua Qwill be requiied"Lt
for thf take cf that coi.Vei.ie..cv.t. .
; tl-c .
,. \ thins: must! he done" i ia f.imiliarjihra'-e' and time Constitution, with nh.ch G oi. Cnf* by public icciJs of tr-ercuiitiy*, will i.o Ai the age of! twenty-one, and in thes'ini-
. hcforp htatd in doubt
.
cvtr our country iruch
i it was particularly expressive iwthiscrca- rtciits the Goidian Knot of the i.oltcn- vtry a->tpfi-eli wirlb' of the men i>f 1807, he volunteered into a troc i 01
;; *, of a petpon who was oj j'd. ;* inn-hLcZaeicf1: / even by painful use. The ist:,."' Admirab'e fimile Cord'is: in, Yirgmi:i lnrse.In .
: justice of a measure Lt-iup: retjuirt-d toV uii.did.iiifor tlif
,
1
I Denumtic ionmatteseie put towo.U.Tr.c of made the f.rack-. Pie.siJeiicy.; U e xx ill tale 1812 he fought the lattle of
'atquii'pf' in t'.at' me&Mire. mtreiy bcracseit prospect being King by tIimn id iii\niooiical! QueensJiHTmlU D-, of Scotland, author of
, had been [ thrrn( : Centra1 Committee at Tallahassee heami tied his chariot by a kr.ul so intricate that no oi.ler.asve find then jOWls 1JWgl.t.4. Cb. r/Jloseptter." its.M .
: ; adopted by ; rity xouTJIK rtcpxdcd. Fiist
: TINE BEING ? HH it cnr.e I" tln Uai In write tiicnlai?. One of these, we well one could uncoil it, and Alexander cut ii then, as he appeared inwo in Jdli de was the instrument of savingour : : Its reputstion Is tr.Je/y .rtcn< .d. 1 dmtt

. .**. the ajonty are not only lr> 'ivi-ra, ht ere nmcu.ber. brougj'it no relief to the diltfimnaof with his pword Gen. Cass in liynes ofl.eiiig Iri.-h citizens taken iii anus against the not this edition has received essential Lnprovo

: \ to ink without ()['1nitIofl ? without Im- the edi'or, of the News. He fulmn-ated; mn>le l'medent; po mjslilijd amJ entangled AGAINST Tlin INDIAN FIGHTERS.I.i British, irvin the savage penalues of the cents frotn" the able haaila it Las asiedthrough.
against t'ue Commi'itee, and said they \\eie his Nichol-on letter, thut the North Engi'sh law of constructive .
tag their measures exnmiupj firquolkmt'J I the House of Representatives, Decem triason.
cou.mai.ilir.g' the people to swallow the }JaIt'moru or So'ilh could neither unrnvel it, ami poli.ticiins her li the same year I.e fought, as Colonel
: r- This is a doctiine, we are sure, no portion of 27, 1833, (see House jtiuiiial 130. ,
I ncminations hoofs, horns hair page ) in the battle of Fort
f the Anieiican jvojil are yet rrrjinied to overcame; the difficulty by cleaving Mr. Chilioii moved the following( lesolution Gturge.In .
". "*"* "acquiescence" in when ajjjije
: .t-- Miveis and) which rc\\r would have been fillet-ibut there must have been secret in- The Gtiniian Knot CU!. the Eastern Corn llesrhed, Tint a select committee : the militaiypiiit of the country-took For
*' lo : iloeuccs. Stocking a aie such njipliancesto mit'ee! thu- Mr. Cass."The by appointed Eiie-nuhit the battle of Chippewa-anc Br.-r Dcrcxaot Dctut&ai ia the
: iatterr-i'ted' to aj.nlied lo any pc.ition oi panegyrize vhoe duty it fball l 1;- ?* them excejit those of tlie u fmtunale. CCrkup'ed editors; who tl Might to embellish jhcj history and character of Lewis L of M> txtunjilig the provi iuna of the fouuht the good fight of Lupd's Lane. La.guaceit

4. divided, ai.dve far donmeii South.v j clo.-ed lioort,'" of Whig Conventions ;) for Ca=s present us with a jrc'.Jie of intfiler-! act of Congrt-oS us.-ej 7th June, L<'J2, gratin In 1832 he won the pruid tUt* of the

.. ; 'Jhe raajoiiiy hf.ve mate up tier\ \ m.nd# in a fiute-p.'erto-np again went the Cassfiag limit) gicatnes5 and inuial sublimity which l..ci S.OBS to ccrUin cla-sc-j of troops therein: Hero of Humanity," by uui>!ic t'-.c ?i.i.:
named, a Iu emlnace in .
iu
/; .,. that the South is to be sacrlicfil ; tliib I Len i at the. head of the News and Mr. C.IMbtcomes lot cibly illustiale.s I I the linny, upoi wiiic'ithe ;

. *-. a foieffiire conclusion! xvc me r.ot to he pciriiilted suddenly sugar-coated and "swal influences of our Democrat.o institutions." .o the el'e of the revolutionary war, tnd Ao.ahc ciioiti .c.l ul; aiiiiiflv, 01 u.maich .- S. Ac.tit.tts aal HEUABLE" in giving a jut
.. even to ditcuss Hie measures hy which I, lowed !I"Next dost to the treaty of (iruintihc, with leave surepurt. > to the fie d of the B.! ck Hrvk war exhlbicion of the Language.
MARK < !
this object is to be bu.ught! ar.out. unJer! we have another Comnrttec at 111: =E3t'Ei. bj bill or othemitc.Mr. j iu tlie san.e ytar. by nrtth'at or, a.id iii.t
: pen
:' alty of denui.ciation and pio nption. Alreadv work-for whenDemociary has bitterpilla"to fn June, 18.)0. ( efl. Cas=. in h's place in I Blair moved that she said reflation by h ice of arn,., he brought tile Diack Haw k

' .: >*e we this lf F jjotfr dec$u e being carried swallow! they install Committees to assiht the Seiuto, unveiled;! himself, upon this questiii do lie (iii the tab.e; vvbirh motion was re war t'> a jn't and lavoraLie issiif. "

. .. out to the letter.* The most intelligent L in the opeiaUiin. This Cc'innrt.ttee: i> of *- qualier soveieigiity.'' After exI'latiiinu jected; ayes 50. nays 137-Fm.ikltn Puree In the j-auip year h toolht-d 1Le! spirit cf

*nd 'atr.otc' ypiticn of our people are prorcribed the responding Com'iiittee of the Extern the N'cwl.-.i; | letter to rr.ean"thit"TIIK voting in time iifi'u motive.Air. Southern Nulilit.at: 0:1.: ai.d saved our Cuu.itrj -

I and driven from all Fi-deial ofiiitsind District/' which signed themselves a> INHABITANTS OF A TKHR1TORV 1IAVK ARIGHT Bouliliii moved to strike out all of the fr..in c>vilil-co: :
deprived of Federal pat innate ; in blunt, follows : TO CECI'LAIC SLAVJCRV FOR THKJI- resolulion after the word inquire,"' and inert In la36 hes entJ against the Sem aol "THE MOST COMPLETE, ACCTJRATR

.... they are marled men, and for no oiLc-r J'OHN lflflWAnn. >II.VES" i(xl eiifoiciiijj the doctrine by an I > into the moial ui.d pohncal riT..cts <.1 f I Indians; Hi FJ'nLa.In AND RELIABLE DICi'IONAKY OY'TUB

: cause than that they are jet unsubdued, S CHAHLEBVRNC, argument (if home length, h* cioaes : the pens-oil: laws of, the United Sa: >es and, I 1837, v.itli atmirable: energy and tart:, LANCTJAOE."

.. : mi Mill lait-e their voice m defence ot JOHN IJOLMLS. 1 tefcat, this is a question of commonsense 1 how far the same .ought to te mudilieJ rejiealved. and w ilhout tn.op, he caWd tL? patriot

: Southern rights. This Committee, in its turn, put forh a.n [a very poor compliment to the Extern : ." dixtuil'ances upon our exlei.dc-d Northeui
.
But to return to, this revived doctrine of address, (tearing very much the impress ot ( Cumtniltee. and I Mippose the deceml- On motion of Mr. Everett, the consideration frontier.In .

It nonresietance" and tacit obedience.1". We the mental sygnet of the second signer, the anis of the cre'r of the Bounty, who occupy of the lesolulion and amendment was the sane; year Lc tlTected the removal

,, Would akfvhatta3 lie reply \\ hen our present editor of the News-which adirc.! Pilcaiin's island! and amount, I think, to po.-t'' uied. of-.bc C'liciokfi's. in a iiidiiuer thai won the

fortl'&tbersj before the Revolution, were te- sets out with declaring that the nomination about one bundled and th.'ily, have just asiiucli 'J hey were subsequently taken up, and I ratLu.c (.( tl.e noble frme and the aJmiraticn -

: quire to u//ni"r to the Stamp Act at.d Tea of Cass and Butler meets their uaqualif&l : light in the eyes of God in.ni, to j ro- debated on the following davs-15lh, Ib'th, of the v\hole country.In .

: Tax Did they ignobly acquteice because itja approbation They said the pieva.i: ng JiMtisftictioa vide for their own j>oternnient, as have the 17tn. 22.1, 23 I, 29lh. 3i.iiT and* 3l I >t J.iuaiy 183J I e earned the distinguished t'tleof ,

the best they could gel," and hold had gveu way before a full two hundred millions who form: :bs Chinese 1834. und Fetirnaiy C, 7, an.m 8 without Tl.e Pac licator of the i\orti.easien- C

jubilees because they had not been taxed and candid investigation of the position of empire, now our neijrhbjr on the r.icilii" any dt.tiii.te action being Lad upon the tmmeni,. 15'i'ifidaiy," ami wived Jut country (roam aiioc.ijy _

MX* ct-nts n pound on Tea irstead of three. Gen. Cass on the great question of Southern This is the front vie.v of the picture of 1 Haling lieen taken up again on (lie llth I a.U wasteful war with Great Enla. tad thir-y cAer acalcis of the United Staid

I and because the Stamp Act was no worse 1 lights." The objection to Gen. Cas.-- intellectual gre.itness! and moial Milli-nity"! February, (-t-e iage 317,) Air. Chilton Alleii .u.I. Siae.

DlDTHEY W T FATHER RESI-T-AY. UNTO arose fiom, the doubtfulness ot his position pouitrayed to us in lime a.'drtss of the Eastern demanded the previous queMion tu rut otT I -I: 1847 he opened the splen-fed rnu.'tar;: }:

; SECESSION-UNTO REVOLUTION ?- upon the question of the rights of sovereignty Df>trict Coiiunitiee. debate and Mr. BoiililuiV amendment. The drar.ii of l'ie' second conquest (.1 McX'C".
.
,And in after years, when the majority passed exiMing in the Territorial squatters One more fact bclonga! to the seres: -the wll for the pievions question wan su?. ained, by re.l.ci.g the city of A er1 j Cruz mci:i i the

I the Alien and Sedition laws, did not the minority -new territories having just been acquned! mcniber) of the' Committee a ln atlendeil as a 1 and the main quest oir'lRas$ jni; ar.:! \.e! rtsuluiion iii! |>regi ant Castle of San J'.an U'Uiloa, a- President of he tThited tatel.

..I. headed by Jefferson and Madison, by the Mexican war, into which the Sorthj delegate to the U.iitirrore Contention' of adopted; jeas 120, nays bo'-Frai.L- [ :er aiiriive Ei! -jre d{ bait four t45. James W.

.., .. RESIST UNTO NULLIFICATION, and j claimed a tight to carry her propeily without 1S52, the present editor of the NCICJ, in all I Int Pierce voting in ths iw.vzf ice.Ait.uigtt April Ibe 8lh, he fought and won the at'-' ATTORKET CcrxsEi.i.oa-AT-Bryant. ,
,; :. finally triumph in their erfort to restore the restriction from "sqnaitfr suvcrt-ignt..'' tli6 balloltin, -i of I lint r\iiivei>lu>u, ctif-t n.it uto.o vi.iin in the fflimatve! inopiKition :I amtr.ii.1e buttle ol Cerio iiordo, and open-J; Will when:Lnsin' tb,abscnne
: Constitution ? When National Dank Protective one solitary vote for Lewis Can the .ic to Mr. Pierce lind to the Aniencai.s the ith (csfeyt TSS.J reqn're -
we
The Madison State Convention, which hjJ ; the foliovvtiu : j> to tie doiuiniouof from the rotate) attcn-1 to Prtrtei" ioiial uppnint -
Tariffs, Bar.krupt Laws, Internal Improvement sat some time previous to tlie condition cf line; of moral 6iibliuit: }"-allhough! he va;Sore d.i-tinginshcd: names: J, Q. Adams, ChI the entire ertrrn Co.it.nent.; meats iu the CourU of the Eastern Circuit

: Laws: and the Sub-Treasury, be- things we are now describing, haIL uniqirv I of the most prominent caaili'tales I't-r loa Alien, John Hel!, Jt.hn flair, JiufusChoate On the 19lhof .Apnl l.een'.erod the city of I lori.la, and in the Federal Court for the

.., came ihe settled policy of the nr'ajorities' for ocally declared! against teriitonal sovere'igity 1 the esidcnry, and was only set iiile *because ( ThomasCorvvin Divid Clocked, I). of JulcipaOn Northern District of Ftorida.HE .

. ; the time bein?, was it ever tl.ou-rht of or and had instructed the delegates ai>p.'ii.i- he belonged to" the class of great W. Dickinson, EUvard Everett, AJllar.l! I hue 22-1! of April, be occupred Perote. WILL AT.S>) ACT AS AE1T

# ... demanded that the minorities t-hould cease ed by it to the Democratic National Convention Rien'' vLo.e uuuiinatlois: weie 'nut lit tobe Fillmore. / B. For\ei; A. G. Ilawv-s Rulirfid O.t tl.e 15.It ot 1 May, he took Pnel.la.Oa for general and donations Business of in lands the ,State and ,the respecting location

.. .,. their opposition to those measures ? No- accordingly. After the nomination ul| made." Ivl. Juliui.on, Cur, J-j/msoii, Luke Lea, the 2oh of August, he won ti.e :bret or grants selling thereof.

...,. ;. .. those Dummies were dibtntuied! at the Noith Cass the Centra* Committee, de. j.erately ,- S Jiimet K. I'ulk, James Stnndijer Samuel great victories of Conlreras, San Antoaiu I, ALSO'A iorrT -
and1 the South, and \veie aiioued then constitutional bent on wal1o mug" him "hooK horns The moral of the hole is that a party: Uittich, ami W M. Inge. Those in italics ami Churutiusco.On for the collection of Claims upott the United- -

.4 privilege of "libeity of pech" hair, and ail," issued the Circular before referred with such leaders ought not to be trute.t l ; belong to the Tennessee delegat.on. the SLIm of September, he fought ami -'tates for Military or other services, pensions,
: and "freedom of discussion," But it has to, in which they declared that the their violent denials of Gen. Pu-ice's antthlaverj' The committee! appointed! underthereou-! won the brilliant futile of Mbfino del Rii plies furnished volunteers, and for horses or

... been reserved for this question of slavery, in Madison Convention, in their requirement, fccnthnvnt- ht to go uahe.-de'l.' hon re| oite
: which the South alone has been thrown into had raised a new and false! issue." here Hut lit children ouht, to dread the iue. jalo tllect its object. (See page 358.) storm the terrible HeigbU and Fortiess ol $ -h'oreIn Uuisrs'i-J.' "W. B. will au

-: the minority, w herein a new rule is to be was an instance of deglutition perhaps) the is an likely in the end to prow him jl'ieree '1 HE ACT OF 1832, which was thus pio- ChepuiU'pec-scatleied the Mex'can army i attend to the collection of Claims and other Professional

. adopted, and denunciation, and proscription most remarkable on record-not like Saturn s1!l unwoithy.of( the o'Hh," as Cams to' posed to be extended, gives to surviving t'JJi fiom the gates: of Helen and San Cosnrne, Business, in England and on the Continent -
. to be substituted in the of declare for squatter cers, Hon-corniilMiOiieJ ojj'uer ui.d made a !loJgineni the of of Enrop -
are place argument. swallowing its own offspring but the offspring suvcrcignty. By eschewing mniciat, st- in capita1 ?.IexCo. ftJ-During his absence, Jonit W. IEIC*, EJ.
... b ." swallowing its own f4lmer-the Central the aJvice of sucn leadfis, the ihC3? aiid Indian spies: ij' ISie ud Uintniei-tul t will act ia his stead in Florida. ,
S t| 0 Swutii wiH he t-.a'-ci.I time lii; or S'ats )., rJ utti. O.i tj! i4hof: he Ai dieisJacksonville.Eaat Florida.
Committee swallowing, or rather devouring p.niilul necc:>s.ix; Irv'i < <;f
?. But we have pursued this subject far the requisition cf the Convention which rcgar-l lo their counsels might one i MVtd vl oueor mosc teimt two ytis arti.y of LcmiebcaIce siihonsai.d tie".

h4. enough for the present ;'we shall probably which appointed it It was this conduct of day involve, of "rtltiin; tlie Gordian Kaol"' darwg tile inntf the iievuluitou, codu.v, ;i.Io i.2 tiHto r.f ii.IVJoiifeZunras: Utid broke JOSEPH GRICE,

3 t4 refer to it hereafter. TaLe '/ *n any point the Central Committee which the News de wh.ch binds her to the Union. :it been ptcvidfdfor hj the art of 1828, ihe.uiit'ol luc >>p.uiit doninii in A.nerica.Fierce' General Commission Mercbkntt

i ir.i 4 cf-VietTt Tilt DOCT&TKE OF ACQUILSCENCC IS nounced. Let it now be added that the delegates .. his f-il! pay ,ii ti.d line, uccoul- 36 XVATcii ST., NEvOdK..
-. gW' MOI-STROCS ONE ; AND WHEN APPLIED to the Ball.more Convention d.d not Hore Proof Iicg to it.:, lank, but nut in any case to exceed Atitl- U ltlTt- tavc-Law Sentl* STRICT and prompt attention given to the tab of
from t iaeut
;: TO THE .MEASURES OF THE: the Record a captain'6 his all articles of produce entrusted to hU
give their adkeftiju to or acquiesce in (he pay, Uur.ng natural lite; can

.. S ADJUSTMENT, IT BECOMES HIDEOUS nomination of Cass. They, or t vo out ot' SHOOXDEE TO SHOULDE*WITH J. C. CALOOUJI!" those who have served less time, but less 0 HERE THKV ARE.Gen. apt and 29-if all orders promptly complied with.

1 IN ITS DEFORMITY tie three of them, regarded him fishy, as their I than six months, propoitionate pay during; PIERCK is thus reported from his

letters ill the papers of this.Slate are now oa READ TUIS. FLORIDIANS life-from the 4th of Alarch., 1831. speech delivered at New Boston in January: F ekinTaa Company Warehouses,

AID AND COMFORT TO THE DISUNIONISTS record to show. Although the Southern champions ofGen. Next, as he appeared in 1836- iait : 1C and 77 Fulton at., New York.

OF SOUTH CAROLINA But to come back, after a digression, to Pierce have paiaded good many votes AGAINST THE OLD lie refined to the Constitution of thf CnuAtry, *. .r-.TIIE PEKIN TEA COMPANY has
. Frcai the -Corresponding Committee of the Eastern of his while! in Coneiess, to show that he REVQjA.TIOgfl5.At and tn a p i.us trai'.i f (Lu itet-' giiei time been established many years, and baaS
tte TCew
.
. .. ..t -* of May, 1351.JLUrtu District; with ,Dr. Byrne probably honored was u/iJ/br/w/2/again.-.t time reception of aboaticn page 260 cf the House Journals of 111G11UK: ,A\V, und 'that p<,uxr abivtall Vemilitnti always maintained a high reputation

r1 'f tite Southern Ritftt Convention at with the drafting of their oddicss. Th:& address petition there are oarecrtjj a few fatal n/ttjs ft'r 1,336, il Will be K-und lhat the that the tu.Iltv" his jxiniti'ns heee was so unequivccaf, for Teas of the moet delicious character
and and
JMf.Futi. fragrancy, at Which have in
: t'1 ChaWon, to tkt? SviUiiern liitfUt Associations (pproves of the nominations: of the exceptions t<.> this alleged course of action. bill No. 353Vas introduced ":'o exiei.d the t.iwncttklbutawitt fjrnietlvarltreyr.mn to it as SUFFtC1L tftliu fLaY instance given satisfaction.prices The Teas are every war

cft7itherSlatc. Balfmore Convection, and approves of the We have another umplea-ant developn.njnt: \ previsions rf an act entitled. an ,act mp lementary -FANATIGA&' TO SATISFY TilE MOaT ranted pure, and may be returned if they do not

1 We publish on our first page this Addrep*, action of the Florida delegates thereto in particularly important to tlvjuo; le of Flord.i. to the act fir the relief of certain LLTUAA A..UL1TIOMSI'.. prove tr te as they are represented. Tbo Teas

.'L ? which' we commend to the attention of all L net sanctioning the action of that Convention We have already published! tl'e vote in survicn: officers and soldiers of lime Reoulution tier reference to his achievements in old by this Company are done up iu 1-4 Ib., 1-2
;.w : readers. and its nominees. One of these dele approved 7th. June, 1832.1 Ib., and 1 Ib. packages, making it eourenient
- : our Emanating as it does from a which he refused to allow Mr. Brooke, of Mexico for country merchants to have a great variety
.5; i Convention composed of about four hundred L gates, J. C. McGehce, came home, and at- Virginia, to bring his two negroes to' the At pa e 1,250, same Jonrual. it i* sta'ed The speaker ww foet tle subject with a ranll outlay nf capitaL Motel keepers
., r and fifty delegates, from all portions of the tcnipied to get a letter into the Plot id an, District of Columbia. Novv fee another that 1 Ihe principle! of this bill ((333 1 was tit said; il ic"f t.V.jf'ra.'r-f up irt ib 'e .f the of count Shzrery.v, may always be certain of hAving on their table a 4
State, we may take it as an authoritative the Democratic organ at Tallahassee, ex* vote coming home to the interests of the engrafted as an amendment on tm i bill H. tJLZD4ZS so .yirrfcd b j il n'tiiiicton.; At far uniform character of .Tea; which Teas, of whica

!' inundation of the determination and will of r plaining his reasonb for not coatesc'ms at slave-owners of Florida.It R. 212, and pa.s-cJ the House, but did not hwlf.HE NKM, fcAXV A HUMAN'B'ilNGLN w1 there in a. large The Inside Toriety h ,of are lead done the up second ia three wi-

the people? of South Carolina. WE MAT Baltimoie, and was ur.alle to do so, aa we was said very boastfully, that Franklin pass the Senate." I 1X s> HIS HBAilf bOXU.l'Jr.KLVOLT; WITHOUT AT U. FiiSJ ter appcrs proof paper,and the bulsidd Chinese rice pa-
ts p4 HOW TAXE IT AS A 'mED FACT,' TH4T THE; Jc.-irn from a letter: to that effect whfcl) (the PiercA was so sound on Southern ri
FTATE or Sotrra CAROLIKA WILL WITHDRAW deleatea'thesed to another journa'l at that nobody was to he compared with him ex bill Xo. 212 in given in these words: "An act wmt icift-tt-a, tid biut vp.,.n the- per.For sale at the New York trices, for cash, b/

..5. s FROM THE PRESENT CON. tinr.e' published in the same city. It wao cept John C. Calhoun. What follows with extending the provisions cf the act entitled an chawt'r ffAnat -it." the neat' ;' ISlEron-htonst.JOHN .A.Savannah MAYEK.,Ga.Feb. .

:I14'4 FEDERACY, an soon as the Gnventioti of known that the delegates did not acquiesce the vote there jecorded, shows in what way act supplementary to the act for trie relief of TLe repoit in the Rhuichenter Dtmccrit 26-tf STOHNA.

i% k.r the State, already! elected, meets next' "inter in tl.e proceedings at Baltimore, and yet the they pull together. Pierce on one side and certain oficcn and soldiers of the ltevuit- fuithor proceeds upon tu-: same sul ject. Mr. _. HAYERj DRUGGIST_m

unless the grievances of which she, in Eastern Comm'ttee said they "approved of Calhoun on the other. And that on'na Ies Pieice had said tb:>t the present laiv was ; ,

! 'P common with every other Souiben Slate, their cours-,'* although they wcie ready to a question, than a petition lo abolish tdavery At page 1,045, Mine Jonn-al!, it will be in no particular different Irom the law of No.134 Urougkt.rn* 'street, Savana liO4,

complains! are ledreased. and unless the ag, sustain Casol Is there any parallel hrreto in the District and in Florida, and the STave found that the questoim b-rinc put as to 17331 _= ; OF.18'hue ot busiuewi for al besijes*: every- article ia hiS

greeting Suites ror.duue to lake a gool rna the case of the Whig party of Florida trade between the State He woaU nol let whether this bill should be put upon its final; Hero Mr. Foss Kill, that, trttl-oat interror g Spirit Cas, GAS Lan C&mpijna,
';IA r.y tJeps b4rktcartP. siKjiu'n Mr.Cabell, (who distrusted Scott,) two negroes come M the District in 1834: passage, the vote stood: yeas 89, nays 86- tho rcaker, ho ri.Vaed to make an inq&irri If ,Lanreth'iWarranted Fresh Garden
4:! )Ve have NO dispcsilion cter. ifwehad: t\e and their support, at the same time of the and in 1839 he was willing: to listen to a Franklin Pierce voting in the negative. in no 4rtteuUr diior &t, why wad it uescsaaiy Seeds, 4

ability, to vjjer advice to Iis people of tli/ii nominee of the Whig National Convention ? proposition to prevent their pas' ;n,; (ro.a At page 1.043, it will be found that, a to Cieuerul fos the P prenout law s" Sugars ALiirhost&leandl'CLaiL, tu 150. i
replied that the old law could -
btate in tliit emergency. Tae in our opin It t'ere. we ak more emiihaticallv and one Slate. to ann anI for mn'-i. fI-S tWiiou beditE made to lav thin Kill m.n l. pot
) -- ccuso tts execution Uepecdod on N. B. Spirt mancfacturc-J, and always fres&t
q ion, are the best judge s of what coarse lLoy more inUrrogatively, a caNe of moie bald Slate of Florida. table, the vote upon t>.e motion to lay on the Stntt' (?.jurlj. lie aLo naid orai-tuiujj whish and for sale as low as caa ba purchased la th*

should pursue, add' we in justice canni i arid contiadiclicn, of sinister obliviouenebS. than The Alexandria Gazette brings to light the the table stood!: yeas 63, nays 111-Frank wiia not fully understood, about tIes Uw 01 1793, Northern market, for rash or approved credit.
fault with th-'in'for being more rtPMrn under that ol those Democrats who rebuke Whig following: his Pierce voting in the affirmative. &s bawd partly on the co.nmoa Isw,

degradation and intuit than we have been lot supporting Scott and Cabell 1 Ought Eor the informalion( of those who are laborm At page 1,017-43, it will bit found that '03 lie, or was the thea present asked law, ,"Was founded cither la any the law degree of S He ? Goods New Goods ,

::. ourbeives. We have ever deemed t'uttuose not they who through mere fecundity of to show the devotion of Gen. Pierce the main question being put 'upon the same Upon the common law VGen. Z'At Wtlokzde and Retail.Micofjetarc .-*

Zi; who are to girt and take the blow*, are the wordc, are enabled to condemn and denounce to the in.sliltitinas'and ii.lcretsof: the South bill, "Shan the bill pass?'' the vote t.tontt-.J PUict.-"\ can't go into a disquisition iiv1' REC21VFD, drect from N w York, a

I .:AL test judges when the blows sLoulJ be given Whigs, without having themselves a shadow we extract thfc-'folld-.vrn fion: "tie National yeas 109, nays 75-Franldm Pierce voting up The
aI'ji >ied received. of straightforwardness or propriety either Intelligencef of January 5th, 1839: in the i.egfive.. the 0 teature-i inquiry u? the was t'ufitivo hen( made.>ljve"Do law you a joa regard idt- (.t 4id ot Freneh Er1b;a-nJ Amenicait
in South Carolina being a sovereign and in. to tactics ,comprising in part
as paity-- or high principle in tune* Is ENIT. JANPAEY 3rd. 1839. eat with coinmoniaw I'
dependent State, has a perfect iiglit lose* past-who have played tile Janus in ma- Mr. McKeaa prosfjUada 'me'notul from AGAINST THE WIDOWS. Gen. Pierce."Iffff, if I mutt ansatr, A'o, / French oil col'd Ginghams, Atler'eando.Frcota '.
i g4. cece from the Union which she voluntarily Envrngand; the weathercock professing certain ladies in Erie cii The act.of 1838 gives to widows of officer do not. lhace been asked if IHkut ih It l'\-ptive Fuvnlturo, Coglicu Chlats, and Anwriwut and Plata Print Lawnjer.dr'ltwUas **
intry Pennsylvania, Fig'd
;t? entered into, whenever her judgo.eut, the -ought not they to hide tbm&elvea.in. it- praying a law of Congress to *, &c,. entitled pensions under the act Slave law. fant'icrtd, N I HAVE A MOOT KKVOLTIVO .

lI2 interests and pretervauon of her people ie- tirac), rather than set themselves up as preceptors IN THE DISTRICT or CoiuMBU ABOLISH AND suvcKV THKTiiRRiraay.QK ofJune of 7, 1832, married prior to the e.vpiialioii THE FUGITIVE FEELIVU?LAVF.AT TIlE LAW O1V1NU is ..rj'osaa UP OF A TO bLAVK.uMASirv. Do. JackoueU, Plain > and Fig'd SwIss Mo**'

quire it. This ;s a tight which she tiM in and exemp.aitt of pohtticahtectituJe ? 1 1 FLORIDA, and .fur tiu ,tbe last peril of said officers &c., [Here tome one ino oired. 'la it- not a- ; etmeekedF1'i
J ioneU and ,
.Common xviih Florica SIM vice, and befoie the 1t Ja and When Car opposed 1'J
every other had rtBion" ; is opjwed to moral
to of
'grat" as prevention thaltraflii\bstwien\ tlie Stales fcora oa, Silk Tiue very rich pattern
.State. She has for five years after the 4lh of Alarcfc ti&t. But oar fatiie'] uz'lA the ,
a right, and thouKi be permitted have prompted the inquiry, wimt'mekifie i'he. petitioners deoircd a reference lo 1836. coiup t, sot -- *, ,
a se we mast fulfil it I
-withdraw peaceably ; but it may : fed on/1 ID moral pronu| lions he was duniiiisliin 1-ct committee. the annuity or pension which might have of it-nothing of the say right nothing of of" *the' humanity IFld Bit Silk,veer cheap, MftnellnM
C 4i bappea olttrwi e, and the Federal authori- ulroai th'i eutalluess, cia aeen alluvyed to their hiishands iifvirliie of ; it. and F reat'e tHlks of every color,
Williams of
Mr.
guat topir.4 Mismssippf, moved to siiiJ it' This is the version given the ShawLs, plaia aoi embroidered,' -
act living the by Crape -
ties may have beeomi *o debauched bv their S fie moluA'ta"receive : at time it wait paed.. correspondent -
lay 1 ort tintable.. of the Paris Kid Gloves,Black ua col'4 LaceMUi,
I ; oeigrown and ill-gotten power, that they .But we.have not given the full devrlopement After' di cussioii In 1841 a bill passed the House of Representatives Concord Democrat Manchester paper. The Do. Silt wijLIslo Gloves, *
h may Attempt to restrain her in the Union by of thenews of 'delegates': to.: Baltimore Mine upoa question> of to extenilUhe' acf"rtK 1838 give the following version Je ny4Jad Polka Gaiters' -
force/iiU'ben; comes, THE, INDEED; ; 1 in 1848.-.'with wh'icii'the' ."' oudzje' ,ordefm, u ... ( :* f above mentioned, and}when it reached the of the language: lironie-tinped Bootee .-(>l>erGat'rf.Sinjl .

[ OP w:4R.w.Aud: of the Eastern Coirmni ; a44res is in Mr. NorvaJ platedhfjefly that hVh' the Senate it was resisted by Mr. ,.Pierce.fiThe "JfIinusttuuwer the ftuition, 1 toy A'o, / do -' Ties, LiiibinaiipI-er.of String&o..EoaattfcTi
The most style
.;. WI are.inuch mistaken! in the Soutbe'rn'peo.rhVir some iimeC1 f te; b'feed..ltJMoses,1of.. subjects e.n&braced-'s.tIsis petition would in Senate debates for 1841, a* published in the not Lad., Ituict-lanwtrtd bttn aiktd No, 1LOA it liktdt\is i REt)Fttntivt IT -I HAVE Son i i Do. Children's approved Hats; Silk BonatU, rtcUr. -

(. ; pog/ti'oh tqth.contest will be anAt iicvt luiiuo, VUG 'VI i"f.UCICK ICT-J IlliyillJJ ail probability noieirfri aejited for Lejjwla- Congressional jGtoU, page 117,- ho\V, (hat A.MOST UEVOLTIXOFEEUtfG;-ATTHE t .triratmied aa1 flf the latest) fashion; '
S eqivuc&jDzae fbrnlf, n the lali* the.reception giyenvto Mr.'McGVneeVletttJi Von .bthenate;/orja long! hiiueio.tdmn*. General Pierce made 4 speech W f1r25ib'; tUViNG-tlPOF A.JSLAVli-THE LAW 13 \ -French Flo we rs, rich Jonn { KibI orj: I

L guige-of 'CarplinVsrovji gallant 5in by.tf.e.'M or aiin-at.T/ajlaA/ ee7"deTerin1nelto ; QqTl84l in which/hi thuiiletate : h4ci.: OPPOSED TO UUHAN1TV.** Gttttmt Wear J j> -
I vuuC.i& com&uaidof.a fttoovar i.q be untrumirledeli in nit tipo 4I? j rbper> that' the pefiti6a Should' .re ori thc_ /itiou ou th, pas e o"Ibal 'acC In reply L I';Hero Mr.' F oa inqaared,'"If U WM not opposed 1 iootGt.r.s.n4Shoee*- -
fa4Zr to right well ViereeSpiled vl ,a splendid asiortn t,5
tlbfc'J to Mr.! B'rnien a aa iiunauityj" .General i Kgajj.nuvle he said '
b ilockade the port;of Cb4rlesloWnf-1 atfd 'JdftssedtAin.r'bich ejter tlift; '. *<' : 'e' rj '* S .
-WU**"* I1* *: -:* ;, Ve ; it U QDvoIe&w:1IQYSI'rlgi.k''Tb. : ;- ion ? rsr/fiae. r t'a.
ttmet .oh.rrt. with theFdv :,. .he'!tats 'aitJie chief; .reason for his [ :.tXw Jay.llie.motion tore eiveorthe table i i"That Senator, (Mr. Berrien.) it s emed ( above is tsa&4saiac4tenarIt Piereo' Country merchant supplied fcreaAOt twmijeqwltoNforlipiie

mitViu T :cozoirinirnia, c6prMy.jthai 'h* had.adireei( ed 'Gni'Ca' wotild fiav been tvai t ttf ngto to him, could' ,not have Been'ap'prize4; pf'th remark: npon the Ftgitt'e SJ hvehsw..The qa.tt:5t .* Tk.Co-.onrT dfudpri pOliO atvfV <
progress of revolutionary. : ourkalrcludo.the ywyjanguagt-iused fey ( liaUkl tocall *.ad TsmIa$
3LUOO5E THC IIDC TO flCflTVL"J while in peneious'IIerose '
BaItimore'tipoA'1ibe ,Tery' receive the tt& At BrLdt Caab bwre. I 11 A.
now to 'what General, aa tak<;9 Uawq at the kiota if was atered. : l tha -
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