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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 14, 1852
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 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).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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P. Sanderson, : j Information Wanted* riertce "tufJsonf g or deep tillage for cot- aUt, I added, in ) which issembii)- : 'h,,1 i
CocKrr.lu., Sept. 18th., i852.j ton-yonr experience in tbe use of cotton mt'nh of atMoatecaieTt t I .1
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ATTORNEY AND tOCNSILLOR AT LAW. We a few weeks since received from the fertilizer the 12th ultimo, has been reciys ,
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Editor Florida Jeed as can cotton lands J
not dor but that .
lAYING removed hb office from Colombia; Rtpublican: Patent Office at Washington, the appended test be irni-rtfved without resting them 1 number mixed In, the reply, t bare the honor to jay that ,1 I t'' '.

I 1 County to Jacksonville, Duval County, Yesterday, Major Ward. Cot Sanderson-I Circular! with tbe inquiries annexed and Is gnano used j and, if so, with what reSuC'uP. June or July were, they sin by birth, education residence &lOCiai: !; V i
informs
his and ,
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fully friends that he
will Mr. interesv Weift.ged-lrHb
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eon- Maxwell and Mr. McIntosh addressed salt the Sou*'. '
tina the practice of hi*profession, a< formerly. kmifr ot no better mode "rot (obtaining the V. by the following D : with my past life,'d't1t in If ,!'. t' 1/
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tit will attend at each ao4 every Term of the people of this county, and as you would! desired information than oT applying to CAKk-tsthe tane losing its vital I can truly say a better guarantee of fidelity to Bay all Cit.bert l !i' K:
the Circuit Court in the several Comntics oft perhaps like to know force and becoming more subject to mind, when in the : 1 li 1
what pre rights than I $
progress they such of any declarations of abstract <
Eastern: Judicial Circuit the County of puireaiers as are familiar with the mature than fortunate letter that : ,
decay formely-should ,
not
Himitten in the Middle Circuit, the Supreme are all making, permit me to give you a respective subjects alluded the ble to tall apecttlative opinions after I have bet V <.4
| to, through our seeds in the place of rattoons be occasionally on the a convention ,
Court at Tallahassee, and the U. S Court at SI.Auzwline. brief tketch of my political fnea,.' "
of what 1 ,
was said and of the columns. A little trouble} planted to produce and volunteer for another 1
AH business entrusted to his care on the part of new seed before the nation as 4 candidate for I a '
wiUrtoeite prompt attention. VAd effect f rodaced by it. several, may accumulate a mass ot information healthier varieties-can you suggest any where nothing but high station. I desire to see an end to th., 't' )? :
reu-J. P. SAMDECSOX, Jacksonville, Major Ward first took the stand and made. improvement in the cvltivation of the cane i can be expected of slavery connexion ..., 'U 1j t. I;
ThiwJCoalat., flortda.kctzonvifle. more full and correct than our own experience I battle and the wfth n>. 1
the
or manufacture of of glory -1
.Jan. 17,, ". tf a very able speech of one Lour j his remarks I upon the subjecf of agriculture1; ,'or sugar per Ib.!sugar Is -guano cost used producing : tory. 1 I adherence! politics;to and the I adjustment believe that by a 'tith-'' V' 1'M"'I: '

HcQueen Eclntosli were chiefly! confined to the important duties .. the limited time we now have 16 devote tb and, if so, with what result 1RICE. the latter is the : .. '.of 1850, ahd tba execution mad. bvth ef*, ':8: s; '

ATTORNEY AT LAW, which properly! devolve! upon the executive it, would! enable us to furnish ; but we deem .-Can ric be successfully cultivated on long cheer and : law ..it has been carried out by the : :, ': 4d

viz: the advancement of the upland-do you know of any varieties not immediately ent executive bead of the 'G vtmmeot.'-' i
WILL$ *od ttw drcnit Courts In the Eastern prosperity the inquiries of too much importance to he of their homes and li ', {
Mrocit; the United States District Court at SuAwgutine of our own State, Education, Internal passed over without an effort to have them decidedly eupeuor to other! which deserve country destined to a repose.and ate*. ."' L;
; the i'upif we Court at Tallahu ; !increased attention-can you suggest any on this exciting topic nch as it baa not :
Improvements Militia &e. tn conclnsion t
and jiTO,ocute Claims for cItizens in tiny part ofF3ortUugali System leaving responded to. The Patent Office reports are improvement in the management of rice since the agitation commenced. t
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< t tbe Government WaiLington, the discussion of national politics to those to be made up in time: to be' transmitted to plantations 1 Quantity grown pr acrs.TOBACCO. j heart what I have Wmle this appears.to be tbe general 1&a .' 1,
before at the War
cither Conerees or Departments. Department Hf
en- ADDRUS, .: &. Last,F.orida. to whom they.rightfully belong, and showed the next session of Congress, ana we would .-Average yielJ per acre-cost of the volunteers from public feelm alt1ectientcpt.V': :!f I"
&Y 2. J.'j; tf conclusively that they were"not legitimate production per cwt. or hhd.-describe neither a necessity nor utility, on lbs H\
take ia Alabama
pleasure in whatever any ,
great en body ing ? of the South for 1i;
JOHN EKSKINE, subjects of diKussion in the canvass now information might be sent us, with the names new processes of cult'vation! or caring I ly had the honor to cases of apprehended, a, discussion i inj. toai tb."* :, (

(tAT: OF O.UIKCT, OiDSDtN COUNTY,) going on between, Judge Broo-ne: and hiai- of those by whom it is communicated, to the -crops the best fertility grown of in rotation tobacco to lao.maintain Is esteem and bnndrels than I ent of : in >or intetrogatotiea anmnr ry the, ,.V : 'It. :.i}'

Attorney at Law, self; but in as much as the Judge had discussed Commissioner ot Patents. Any additional guano used, and with what result 1 I most huppy to call unanimous questions of tbe of times such' was. .it t 1:.
opinion those :
Hu located In Jacksonville, acd will attend the I the questions of Tar'.fi: ; Internal Improvement suggestldns from correspondents would of HEMP.-Is the culture of hemp on the increase to be generally men of the South who paftJoti .' '
were '
Circuit Courts in all the counties in the Eastern I Presidential election &c. at or decrease Describe ne\v'' ism, intelligence, and delegated ta' ,.\
and Middle J.d i this and other places he felt bound to process of culture or preparation for mar- : Such are my who required -/i 1 iis ij I
only
.f the State,and the United States District Court many thankfully received by that officer. We I an acquiescence In ,
the Northern District of Florida. I ket-average yield per acre-cost of production have great pleasure Compromise an for ; j
their
lot give those subjects a brief notice, and by readers security rtfhta > ."
hope our agricultural will
Ha time it devottd exdunvtly to the Igalpro- not over- per lb. i to one whose the prcaent juncture, and in that opinioa' V *
tato*. the lime he got through, be had pretty much look the matter. courteousness to me I .
Root CROPS.-(Turnips, Carrots, Beets &c,) concur. shall undertake to establish no V
Off-Office printing in office.the basement under ly the "may Repubti.e&n" 20 -' demolished the fine array of arguments and Is the cultivation of these roots, as a field alike command my tests of orthodoxy, to fan the flam ef, :;}hi 1

illustrations formerly advanced by Judge UNITED .TESPATENT OFFICE, crop, on the increase-can you suggest With which I am, excitement the one section or tb*- ;
\VASHISOTOS, Acftost, 1332. in land seed. vant, but, elected will ;Ht; -
OSCAR HART Broome at this place and although he any improvement preparing aestmethepowers .;
; as .
SIR It the of the I
: being duty undersigned ing, after tillage, and feeding Average To Captain F. M. : on me with an impartial mind; and !
TORNEY A T I. A W. before said the Presidential did :1 W
question not annually to collect information on the product per acre. mander of the A purpose ta maintain the integrity of the : I

Office upon tho Second floor at the Court-house properly come within the range of their various branches of Agriculture, yoft are addressed POTATOES Irish and Sweet teers. upon principles just tonstUutionalv' 0 ]::i!j J',
street. ( ) -Average yield !
Forsyth with the view of .
eliciting such ;information liberal 1
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WILL Dracttce in the several counties of the canvass, yet, lest any should mistake his acre-cost of production per bushel- towards all its parts., : '
per
Eastera Circuit of Florida, and attenl to tho I as may be useful to embody in the : f'l' this connexion I am, Very respectfully, your obedient sun m: :
V I position and vote for him without knowing most prolific and profitable varieties: -best Scott's t:.
for the farewell
: The
V tollcctwn claims against the United States for Report present year questions .t
Military services, at.4 for Horses lost, or other I where he stood, or lest his political opponents are intended rather as hints or suggestions, system of plaating, tillage, and manuring. commoad of the \ :. A. GRAHAM. I I 'tVM. l! ,

property lost destroyed by troops in said service. should construe his silence into a de. than to be literally followed in shaping. 'replies. FRUIT CULTURE.-IK the culture of fruit re- [ Messrs. Thomas Williams A. Elme ;it
,
Also claims for pensions of disabled soldiers,or Extending, as they do, over the ceivn.increased attention-cannot apples ., Committee. ., tp
.
hr & and deceased soldiers sire to dodge the question, he stated that he HEADQUARTERS
W. I orphans agricultural products of tne whole country, enough be grown on an acre render, the I P. S. The ; i iI
Abo claims for bounty land to officers and soldiers reception of your letter In tht V I
Scott and his for 11
was a man, gave reason it no can be expected to reply to all, I crop a very. profitable one to the farmer of .
and the widoVs VcA.crphans of deceased officers person Major General I my preparations for departure from V l Fashlnl.ttoll -
and in doi.ig this be did the old General but such relate with comparative value of apples and potatoesfor j ,
and soldier to oaly as to subjects Washington, anti. the and necessary engagements i ia I i3'It.J
,. Also, will! cire his attention to conveyancing, good service. which he i is familiar. feeding hogs and'cate: --vtiat var.eties devolve4: fro n the removal and establishment of my family, ., : '
'to cxamit g tales] and records, and ascertaicuigtlalms The U. S. Census will furnish reliable dataas best to keep for Winter; and for .
has
home occasioned ,
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t(, 'ands. Mr. Maxwell next mounted the stand, s on Major General delay in its;ae-_> V .
V AU business entrusted to him will meet with to the quantity of grain and other crops, exportation-Jo you know any prevent- all reports and which I last will It .- '

prompt attention; and all instruments of writing! and among other things said that, "although the number of domestic animals, &c., so that tive or remedy for the 'blight on pear The Creek war, to no feeling of disrespect. "V ,,' ::i :

will be executed by him with neatness and deV Judge Broome and Major Ward were on a such questions are omitted in this Circular. and apple trtes or the "yellbw on peach be considered I V .. l' '.

spatch. 1851. tf race, it seemed to him that they were both But it is desired to obtain the experience of' trees ? The : of transplanting, bud- may parties of the [From the Baltimore Patriot] V V : Ii 1
JaeksoDvine.an- 25. practical men in whatever relates to the cultivation ding, grafting, &c. Make any suggestions escaped to this side GEN. PIECE'S GALLANTRY. l lV
riding the same horse and Mr. Max. HtiJ
as tbe culture of Grapes and other fruit _
of the staple together with on :
Joseph S. Baker, I!!. D. well is a of fine ialents aDd is crops manufacture of Wine and Forest are now hotly V.
gentleman
suggestions as to new processes of culture ; tbe on parties is shut up in An article recently appeared the *0lii.' .* : :t ;1 1I
4 PRACTITIONER AND OF SURGERY.MEDICINE, MIDWIFERY himself on the track though running for a the introduction: of new varieties of grains, Culture. strength of Colonel I ,'* of this city which was copied ? ';; :

; 'Office the ,Market and different prize, I think certainly he oughtto seeds, and plants : the improvements in M.axuazs.-What is regarded as the best. under Captain the American and Patriot of this city I
on corner ff FOTlyt.'z.&rettl. machines and of and of anJ manures other relative to .
implements husbandry ; plan making preserving ment sent hence papers an occurrence
know how and what the ride V
opposite the Court House.Get. gentlemen all like topics of interest to the Agriculturist. from waste-are Lime aid: Piaster usedas ture of the whole the city of Mexico, in u which Gen Pierce. : :.: :

J 6. J.tcrs01L'LE, PLA. and if it really is true AS it seemed to him, The wile circulation given to.the Patent fertilizers so, in what quantity, and seems to be d a part. The publication, naturally ex, ;.". 1 .

_tf. that they are both riding the same horse, Office Reports renders it desirable that all how often applied-is Guano used, and party will, probably much attention, and cansed ms.eh.na. t I

;; J. McRobert Baker, 'I can only account for this extraordinaryfeature new facts and discoveries of practical value with what success Quantity usual operation,share the I among his supporters, and 'pro- t''

'ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR T LA W in relating to American husbandry) be recorded ly applied per acre. Creek country the I remarked from them. In ,the Sutt.- '., '
important by supposing
: JACKSONVILLE, E. FLA. eo a race in them, and thus preserved in a permanentform Nate.-Please forward replies as early a be captured or Argus lat week, there was polished: 1 I

A so Commissioner *>f Deeds for Ow following thatthe Judge, finding that his Free, Trade for the use of the public. It is confidently convenient possible, before the lot of ered quite i was intended formal denial of what '

1 States of the Union : 'Secession horse was out of wind, had hoped that the efforts of this Bureauto January, 1853-giving the name, date, Scott regrets that been sail in the Od; Defender. ,Thii t ,

I, }!aitle, Delaware. Georgia, abandoned him in the midst of the race, and collect such information: will be secondedby post office, county, and State. his separation from was' made to bear the character of at ;
Vermont, Maryland Alabama, the community. on tbe gentleman, wbos I t
Agricultural nity is lost to him !.upon
Massachusetts Virginia, M i8ai"ip2 in order to avoid being beaten too far, has V the .
original statement finder 1
Very respectfully, to all the he : wax : ; ;
Xtw York, Nbrth South Carolina Carolina.nir .Texas.Pennsylvania jumped vp behind the Major on his. Success THOMAS EWBANK, Commissioner. Gen. Scott and the Volunteers.As I mand which corps their to have been made J.and his friends I t '.

31-'SJ.tr 1 to the foremost in such a race as claim his d that it was due to himself that be. 'j
I Ifi. merry WHEA*. \" guano used in the production great effort has been made to prejudice lantry, at '
-M. PIio: I that. ? And if what the a the highest sources though be had not expected Ot".'.: : i
the gain
ot so,
crop General Scott at the South on the ir ,j such a thing state under his I Own 11 ;
ATTORNEY AT LAW. Ti\-e 'then read from Mr. Cabell's in bushels tier 100 Ibs. of the manure: ?! coo ntry. "
HAS removed to Jacksonville, Florida fcnl' pel.keT What product per acre-tune of grounds of some alleged indignity offered by To his excellency! what he had said. At the suggestion I I
average .
will practice in the Eastern and Southern Cir- 12th of June speech to prove Gen. Scott seeding and of hArvel'trnpr paratlOn him to the volunteers io Florida in his correspondence gia who has friends we addressed a letter toCaptain { :
euita the Supreme Court of the btnte and in unsafe for the South and from the manner in eel7. acre-how der to lend himself Lane, who was gentleman who.bad : j :J
'c.be IJ. S. District Court for the Northern District of and qOlItltused per with the War Department, we t \ of the affair and we have received:. ; :: '1
of Florida.. Fen. 14, 1332-tf. which he commended Mr. CdbelU course, a many times a>id how deep do you plow: think it worth while to republish the follow thanks to the prosecution of vt"V him the following reply, which..places.. f,
diminishing Major :
ir the increasing or I
would have thought that he was yield I per acre !
*
HOPKINS & BIIAHAM, stranger -your system of rotation lit crops- ing correspondence : fore the Georgia he matter dead before the public: .:V t

&(loru"y's at Law, strongly urging Mr.' Cabell's clai-ns for reelection best remed es for Hessian fl.es and weevils Robertson to Gen. Scott. service of the' September l th 'ISM. .. j r p

OFFICE at PALATKA, E. Fla., but befoT he got through, Le let us .average price: at your nearest market in Caplin AvdustA, May 23, 1333 had made J. P. MeJiLTo*, Es
WILL practice in the Eastern Circtrft. Business kno v that it was an easy matler fur him to 1852 ? \Viut khiJs' of gras's'eds, if any, SIR : Every officer must Le aware of the not only to protect : I duly received yOdrletter of the.I6& 'ii :H

entrusted to their care will be promptly attendedto. bow! both hot and cold, by JeaVing the impression do )cu soY with your wheat, and whe.i3CORN. jealousy with /.thich a soldier; regards hise1'utatoi. prevent the escape ., and although in the "publications thai, .: t .

February 19, 1352 -tf: the minds of his Letters that he :-Is suano useJ in the proiluctfi i of You have no doubt been informed rection of Florida. recently appeared relative to a"scene P I
-Savannah Republican please publish Tf., and j on be
0 this J If so, in what way is it ap* of the ZmpreFs'on which has been ger to guarded the city of Mexico between Gen. Pierce V j !i V

eLd their. bill to this office.OSSIATJ ." cor.f-.dered; that tne nnty- praiseworthy- act of "l>'iC';_'.l'crop'IVh"'t; TV MIA. i is lklt.tha. bt.irjin*.. in... hilRtlM.rMt i'v.r.nk. proJ.iced. by your olftcia! communication of ami ability could : [ an officer of the army, my name baa not ; ;}

I B HART, Mr. Cabell's wlioe political 1'fe1, at least it 100 Ills. of gua.iol State the average; i thr,30th ultimo, in which th expression: put in practice mentioned, there can be no doubt.thai : I : V j
that this :. : i it"
hoped ; the alluded to and I have fell .
,
am
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ATTORNEY AT LAW, was the 'ollly tine he eulogized. He 'then product per acre-cust of luctioaj.er not troops not volunteers, used. person *
the
chief I
that : at the use attempted to be made i1 i
for
b.-st of culture thought a mrnnent
the never
bushel btale
KEY WEST, FLA., poke of the harmony of the Democratic parly, system riotic State, may by the impressions and opinions I have her* I
best method! of feeding, whether whole ,or you intended to cast, by that expression1, the i ; t
Pr&CLictt1n the United States and State Courts and Mified his audience by 'rel tiLig the man- cooled, raw. State, ifyon can, slightest! imputation. of a want of patriotis.n because coming expressed, in regard to that occur ;: : I
ground -
!
Florida.nlyiO.tf
the A'eatirern District of or the U ni' J ; .
t in which that of democracy, John the vo'unleer! the e V
J ner pink tiuw much gram the manure formed by or bravery upon during ; V rgard J
served. Of the '
Van Buren, had got back into lull fellowship ten bushels of corn consumed by hogs l late campaign. From what repeatedly occurred In several conversations with: my menus it
JAmES H. BAKER stantly acted under association relative: to the incidents Of .4 =: '
if carefully saved and in our intercourse our trying
in the D cIAtic fold. He&i'd that at some will add to an acre, during
q'
: tion of Gen.
ATTORNET AT LAW skilfully applied at nr befoie the time ofpiantng. and arduous service Florida, I feel satisfied Major e Mexican campagn both before ,and I.. '
rr.eetirg in N. Y. or somewhere else happy to speak in Gtn. Picr e'8 nomination' I have more .
afforded
Allizatort Columbia Co., Eaui Florida. great How do you prepare your that. you will be piea.-el 1 11 bein; .
(I have forgotten where,) John made a ground for planting corn, aid how far an opportunity to any IISlepr"esentation probation. That once spoken of the,occurrence at t&e I ; {i

H. WHIT SMITH speech, and while he was peaking, first one distAnt are your rows and stalk which may clrrec gone abroad.I ate and able evinCed : ; City of Mexico to which allmidrt 'i isn \r' I
have thought it due to myself: and the throughout >,-\vith no Jesire or intention, however .1'.1'l'
ATTORNKTS-AT LAW, and then another would sing out to him, OATS, BARLEY. RVK:, PEAS, AND .- battalion which I had tie: honor to commuJ readiness to obey my anunadve'rs, although not eonI, ; j'

-Alligolot, Colu7nUaCo., East Florida. "Tltafs right, John confess a little more," and Average yield; of these several crops per the campaign, to place: the subject the enemy, aud to would be dragged into tbe news !It i I

from tbe gentleman's account of it, I thinkit acrequantity of seed used-which crop during beUreou. Georgia and f/e for political: effect but in the ordi ". Ifl- j

JOHN 0. HATELEY, calf" lea!t exnauotins to land-are peas cultivated I have the h Onrto remain obelient ot ;it, tor a long exercise of my rights and privileges as ;1 i_ ,
ATTOJINEY AT L.AW.OFFICE likely that the Democrat (atte as a renovating crop and, if eo, your the want of arms citizen and a gehtl emau; and for the truth V ';J 3 I

BLOUKTS FERRY was slain on the return of such a prodigal with what success t sen"ant. F. M. ROBERTSON V, strange incidents my remarks would always consider my. li '. I Iel

after his long Kanterings in the smutty regions I CLPVER AND GRASSES.-Quantity of bay Ca flia commanding Augusta battalion Volunteers urtiona of the responsible( those interested., V ;! :
coLL'MBu COUNTT: fertilizers for meadowsand Wemiaol frequent and severe Tne in the 'Old Defender* of I
Now the divine cut per acre-be!t in the late C.mpaign.1jor publication I V
Wilt ,radice in the Courts of the Eastern of free nesrodom. faults and for. ( p.\lI'ures-the grass fecc'ds preferred inlaying General SCOTT, U. S. A. In these, if the the 4th inst., was made without my know lia I I

Dittrict. I Ilept. injunction is "confess your down nieaJowa-quantity sown per not always ledge or consent. It was a material misrep* ; it :

.11._ tf. rake them,"* but if Join did nuke these wonderful acre-cost of growing hay per ton Does Scott to Captain Robertson. ea>ly to oppose resentation of what I hare said or intended I i

confessions* he conferees his faults experience chow that red clover is injurious Genera S-lUTtf >erior numbers. ; And I have so declared it to be, to all with I :. !
THE
OF
ARM
Edmund Whitney, and conr.mils them again,.as will be seen from your to horses 1 HEADQUARTERS AconsrA May 2w, 18. Ball and Fmellan, whom I Lare conversed in regard to and i:11 i
r Commissioned and legally qualified a. for them.selres! others to the editor of the .' ;
among Argus.The i i
Measurer and ''I'1)UIOIor LU lU.r lorCunntjr his speech before the 9h W'ard. ratification DAIRY HUSBANDRY.-Average yearly pro. DEAR SIR : I am greatly obliged to you I casions whilst substance of observation, in tt" .J ,
[fetter of this date. my
checss cow compantive vourkind and
, Un..l of butter for
in N. Y, in which be thatit duce or per manly son, cruisng: with this Gen. Pierce'aistbat: i :
desired, on meeting says to difficulty }fl|,
May U found when his services are cost per lb. of making butter U gives a direct opportunity of doing justiceto
office. of true follower of Jeffrrson steamboats, according to impressions, on the nights j))1
iD<}uiry at the Republican is the duty every aaJ cheese-treatment of milk and cream the brave men generally whom 1 have my :
June 10 *a and Jackson,to unite vigorously with -mode of churning-of putting. down recently had the honor to command, as well ces. Captain the D\\\ prior to his leaving the city of Mexico, bin \t'J
V displayed : face wa.. tapped at a game of cards by.. al I !
that party in tLe present contest whose butter for market-average price of butlerand as myself. in marcning .
BOSTON k OUNBY of cheese. The letter to the Government, which by pidity officer of the army, althat the indignif71 {, !
principles! like theirs tend to elevate and much offeree 1,0ltlit and landing was not on the instant, or,a*far as learned : ]I' :
FACTORS has
COTTON mistake given so
AND equalize those of every race and dime. NEAT CATTLE.-Cost of rearing till I 3 years an easy written Picolata, under the sound of emy; in order to subsequently, resented in suCh manner as in- 1 }: 1
QKVERJiX COMMISSION MERCHANTS. stand old-uanal price at that age-value of good was fine battalion of he river. my opinion it ought to have been by a mas V j i
the
Sanderson next occupied bell that hastened the
Col.) in and in fall-how the S V 1 !
Corner Bat and Jefferson Streets dairy cows spring under command, of proper spirit and courage. :: v V 1\\
;: SAVANNAH, tiA.JOHX and made a very able speech. As most of many pounds of beet will 100 Ibs. of corn Augusta volunteer! which your was to take It is known that For these i impressions would: of.course', 21 :

BOSTON. JOHN U. CUNBY. the acts of Gen. Scott's long, public, life posluce-will a given amount of food on board their the homes steamer written by that opportunity ting as auxiliary be responsible to
V _October 80. 151. tf. have passed into history, the speaker did yield more meat in a Durham, Devon or them to anJ in the midst; of other occupationsi others, have and I must"say that any i imputation me of { .
I in native animal ? How ,
than To them :
I Hereford, a had a great a statement inconsistent with theJoregoingv::'- I
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E. M. MOORE, & CO. not have to buttd up a name and reputation do you break, .steers to the yoke t had not even time to careless read what and inaccurate the voluntary would be a misrepresentation which could J''
the old hero wrote. Hence the Very .
GENERA.LCODISSIOm vindicated "
for bim.thougli he ably HORSES AND MULES.-Is the growing of eJ.With not excuse. V !

t MERCHANTS AND against tbe charges which a heated party these animals p rofitable What is the At phrase that moment quoted the by volunteers you. who were his Veryrel.4pectfutlYi. V "" j !

FACTORS, him. He then 'of-tearing a colt or mule until volunteer Your obu't servant, '., v .
(SmetU* new Warehouse,) contest has brought against expense old t How should brood then, or.had recently been in Florida were i inspector general GEORGE MeLANfi, ,V ." ', 3

: 219 Bay-Street, Savannah, Ga: compared the platforms of tbe two parties three and years colts be treated What is the scarcely in my thoughts. My OiuJ was intensely of anJ Betts, : Brevet Captain U. Sit*. ':
mares fixed anJ the means :, I
on a plan V
that the Whig uawson medical ,
E.M."MOOHB and showed conclusively best to. ,break young horses and l 'In- "" I'
N. M.. HA KIS.Oct. way renewed operaionsaainst the Seminple Scott he The Hon John McPherson U4! j
Gen. Berrjen'f
the
nominees were
23,,18 l., tf. and the Whig mules for service. better
platform : I diias, modified accordu g to my then expressing his : lion on the presidential question Is :clearly :

LOUD & 00. safest, not only for the South. but for the SHEEP AND \Vooifs wopl-growing pro. knowledge of them and their country.' ability, ,and defined by the Atlanta (Geo.) Reveille of the ...V ji: i
I lb. of growing coarseor that it would j
fitible-cost per Having become satisfied follows "
ed in the 11th instant, as .
Factors ..(! c. ttoalMUn whole country. 1 '
Merchants of Wool
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the stand, fine wool-how many pounds continue,.as we had found, to be the policy V i
8AVAHVAU, GEORGIA, Mr. 31d.to'b next occupied ties. "It affords us sincere ptt3tlFetObfefle-. l'i!
or
a large in
No.118, Bay Street.Rtriet will a ton of hay produce-are of that enemy to rlmal' scattered s0al bled communicate to our readefllhat
be to
eeemsto oar
and made a pretty good speech; small: sheep more profitable either for .}.toavoio. a general:battle- : The, following is and V It
to the sale mach .ie, bow, much paie1' distinguished highly esteemed friend,ho .-,,'
ftttention will be given of Cat- be genlletuan! of. prom malton or for'.their fleeces- by he war mdefinltely"tbatt /Graham to V
a A. a f
young Hon J. McPherson Berrien, will the
ton, or other prod.aoe.I'd liberal advances made the minds of more does it coat to produce a pound, of would be difficult, even with three support :
reasionon extremely ;
When des'reI.V VJOUN and left the im of coarse wool in countryabo'tn'1iflgifl party! of Alabama regular Whig nOmiaation .0f& U.ud Gra V
thai ordinary a
\\'.C. LOUD. P. IL LOUD. many,of:bis hearers, that' he could have ,fine Merino of lambs annually reared thousand .veteran fastnesses,troops, prtt,"'an end to Graham certain i ham.. M,. Berrien, front, 'recent fsmiljaf. '. j
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4 Jan. 2, 1852. ly. The proportion fictions and for other t
causes cannot 1 .
__ made better showing in a better caase.At of '1eaoiitearnLngtbatSbill "
a number ewes.Hoaa.Wba the
to the the war.In a'aingle ; opinions upon active in the ."
but Whig
an part canvas* as .
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DOLLNEU SPOTTER. tbe close of the .discussion, several (is the best. breed-the cheap 'was before :Congress raising 'a'large what V Gen* Scott,..io he feels'in! 'honor bound'to sustain tb.r IG-,* *

General Commission 'merchants, persons who, were a anti-Scott: ,men before, est method of producing JIOrkand ,bacoll"b body of ;volnnteerMlknow that'_ not in,for, such awrthremofltbS' were also addre_ lar'nominees of thai party.::: This simple,Wm ;

litrn.t hU-eet. Comer' Maiden* : LaDe, announced their intention to go the Scott .- \ many Ib,. of meat will 100 Ibs. of time,) an4eelfig'l mensixmonths'oq6Jent :men,,or t nor., ,. non. ce eDt will carry:Joy to;the hearts'.ef',r*
Vp ttalra V.. T rk, the best method putting up ,
yield thousands oftrue not only X' Geortgia ,
to com I Whigs
WILL business entrusted tiekeCand ome of tbsn at, least came .- V twelve mqnthsj would j Gea. Pierce / .
all was
attend promptly to 'norland,curing! bacon and. ,hams.CoTTOjr.Average'yield ,,; even men engaged f1 ,but tbrougbont the entire South/ :'It wlll
V "ttetr, are; Partioofar attention given to the this'determination i 'from ,the failure: the ol clean'cotuATperKre4 not' office, JwaaI4bate t tyr' fmy suggestions 10;reply*c. V,: V endear him especially! .,donbt noVtotbtWhigs .
*! ot Cottoai Lumber Tlmbsraad-Tarpentlne} oat AA ar, m :.
make man the Border
-to the purchase of goods. Democratic.'speakers\ a prpat :County *" of production per' In.'whatcrops t Secretary iiecessarybiUs: migbi! V HrtLSBototo j otth. "Of4Northiates.who favorite i V
rte
V>Ub rsl adraooemenu made on eowP c.' of Franklia VierctJ and although this :' best'grown! J in rotation v >Ucottotfbe8tpreTeDtie's tat approved, : : : 'atatesnan'ia oa;the same* Ukewth '

brnaryI9.182.ly.V V V I.strongly Democratic!-mncb/leMtbau; I'll wager button V >gaTnsi trot,.army, and the1deithatol4'for of .Ongruat., troops"or,oace Folow-I eneeo 'i r Gen..Scoti,' and' wbost; fai hfulitoitba., :. $ .

V that their norll' wilt l ; ( :: 'worms'-Wvr: eep-.doVyou;: ,: usually ins out tba-'ilUianr Squt1iaIJ"f.8taOna11"'n .. ;
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.r 1: In thi TUfoAiuaK.Gaiaerin_ .&. the Court, (p. 61 V.-RKordioffa. Trio!., 1 i the.fir* lettir k, ; 'Jhe/place" "' u wbenceI the' 'supplies arthece1d, eel if be couldjhare} WhjgXprfoeipIej' eierted..lMjfi flotto'15nnjrs4menaflerwarJs.r"43 olive branch,.-in- f renet:beiwor&; ,/

ScX.an Qutstion by ike CM &V--WiBi tk armyjOn gfcre nece arijy state"of be r&ds don'W' : : **:.... % a pskfc which'showed, } w
drwl"tbe
r c Plorfda...the : the Wilhlairoochee ondefGenf Gaines strong !l\JorMal}the condition c-C that countrynif We tin," now to the third and ''last. .que man/l trusnny ours bas satisfied yon, man of peace,and delgbt not in "bloodand

i BLOCK* OOSEt enough to have attack ed ;a he position.of Geert, Scott,should all vbaveen ton"?. H4" '. that I bare, blind follower or carnage." The be always pre
prospect of sofcess t --), 'It'rJt.. ttonsidered.Viewing tb 'citcnmf/ 'Gen:'..Scott .knowingly 4hd wilfully party,' and ,that I never would follow my vailed upon them to The harmony

ii 1.'o the'_People ,it Florida r Anw.-fn 'm) 'opinion, tne army Cfmid 1\ ces toether'what 'grounds were .there to l leave the Block House men on the party.if there was a deviation from the great restored between South Carolina and tbe

;P. have beaten the enemy'at that place, 'anddrivenhim justifythe ,supposition that the supplies coochee, nndei Maj. McLemore, surrounded principles upon which its organization de General Government, and tbe friendly rela- I
i 'j' \\'e'lu'npM examine ttie5enfcjpefs as offut any time,. but there werenofimeanaloi \onJ be found at For King !. What rcab y the Indians,'to perish by'the tomahawkor pends. I have ever been mindful that I ton re-established between this coantry.and '

<.J fuUy4,4ay,w J'I't JW.WP- pursniniJtn 'hfet. "J I Je.expectation jaf Jn es General: could starvation ? hare a country'-to- .serve, ..wel as,a party the British, Provinces,.attest tbe.ipl.. !
''t per article will nnl -J e under die :: We:quotfi alsri,5ageS2 and 553,] i the have been' disappoiiied'nles5ifltleethenjpoed5 'A simple narrative of facts wilt? settle this to obey. .. and.statesmansbipol Gen.' Scott, {

. i', T iprrsioit-i .k following from another witness .fc '..Geni. s. General .ClhrcL bad obtained supplies oestion; Major'McLembre-! ; Records ... In giving a cordial 1 and zealous support to The important civil,*as welt ;as irtilitaryf** j

. J That Cq. 1! w'ile in Florida. Gaines-Lieutenant A M. Mitchell, 4th before Generl Scp'u arrived the con n- 224) sought this service in,a private leter the .entire Whig, ticket (both National and services rendered by Gen. Scott I, Mexico,. "
:. j;. ; 6 jei!GenGainesiind his Regiment Infantry":and:commahd-'of> try 1: ,ButifheAtlhe. btad of a thousand to p Cot. Gdei'thenAid to Gen. Scott.LTheJobject .- State) now snbmitted'to you7l act in strict have been so recent'and are so.fresh the
: .,;( I comajaud/'strrroiinded and pent up in a for- company during Gen;C. ,campaigii i :.. men. vyas obliged to intrench oa .heWithlacoocbe I the depot for supplies accordance'with the theory and practice of recollections of his countrymen it wbbld 'be* *

t : fificaf ion oiTlhe VitIi1acoochee, to annihil.v, 5.. Question 1ythe.Court.-Whatia! you' and was ncither'able to open and 'waS.lo-maJe stated _that he the principles I profess. As the State[ el.ec; a.work .ofsuperrerogation to do.mor ban' .
!;-' t: I tfon from;an 'ore"ir\helming numerical t superiority opinion-of th'e'ability of the forces underMajor ih :comm'u'nicttioRAvil hs::own depot at had a boat on the Sawannee'suitable for the tions will have transpired before this reachesyou call your attention to Ih m. I

'.;:";t fln'R! Gen. Gaine.s, to drive, off and beat the T ampa keel that with Fort transportation of and applied to be I shall confine my observations to'theVhig The election of Gen. Sot objected toby

r:',:. 2J. t.let en. &ot .llc'ouldy and enemy, if a.sortie had been made.? King, how could he General Clinch, entrusted with 's1Pples. Col. Gadsden nominations, President and Vice a few because favored

":. \ f pertinaciously \hh supplies from Gen. Answer.-It is my opinion that they coul with less than half that force, even if the communicated his reqest to Gen. Scott' and President, with the single remark that couldI his ) ; they express apprehensionsi\

r rI: .i; (:aiuewhi1e, IQJbatrondltn-thusJJtg have done it with a great deal of cae, supplies bad arrived at ,Picoatavto! keep was directed to' make this proposition. to be present, would gratification that if be is elected, Gverno.Siv Jf ,will ;

. the horor of 'ta" Qtlc to the dangers by I don't think it was doubted by any one in the open the communication, and furnish pro- Major McLemore. That the whole army was i to cast my vote for the entire Whig more or less control! amlnstrtlo) and .j j

he wa* snrronnJed.3d I breast-work but that-we could have done it., ection for them on the route, when every. expected to form.a junction at or near, the ticket. I am pleased to learn, from my correspondence i infuse into it some of his, heresies -"

' ._44 ? That Gen. Scott also wilfully and 6. Question ly the CWWould it have brigade of \Vagong 01 Fa lc.hores re'uir Cove, on the 29tb or 30th March, tad that and the public prints, that the and abominations. Those ,who tbas.._..

'!t'. Knowingly abal\dontUfjor\ McLemore and : been safe for the troops to have left the areastwork military.cscorll. ?. r". i if, after securing his post on the Suwannee, greatest enthusiasm animates the Whigs of calculate, '"reckon without their host." and -:.
r:; his gallant bouFe on thew and retired on Fort Drane, The fact is there was no just grounds. he : transport some 1,000 bushels of Florida, and that there is a prospecf,'which evince -but little{ ; knowledge'J oi the man. ,

: Witnlacoocbee' to !tan:1i01 and the the. additional force brought by Gen. for the supposition, if it was ever entertained, coue Withlacoochee, at some point amounts almost to a certainty, they will secure -:. All his antecedents forbid tbe idea; a man

j'. ;1: ua\tk. < Clinch that supplies would be foune at Fort King : cor near the up Falls, by the 30th, to do so : the.election of fJov 5rnor, ..Representa accustomed to command for nearly half' ;

'J yoju&taid unfounded as we wi now Answer.-Yes.1" more than sufficient for garison. Tampa j 'You must ( the orders) be at that point ,tive in Congress and the Legislature. centnry is not easily controlled-much Je! !

:, Oa eacb and every one of chare! Testimony ofCol. (now Gen.) Twiggs, a by'IS the proper depot for General the 30th, or say will be too lateto I was honored by the Whigs of Florida likely l to become the willing instrument "
' to e, iis. not wonderful that they are witness on the part of Gen.Games, I P. 559 division. When he. left that post by afford aid you to this possibly wing' of th-s army with the appointment 'of delegate to the the hands of any man. General Sott under

;.:.: .j and.wert to a great elent credited in the records of the trial: for Ful King; the supplies were abundant ; any* If, however, after the 2d or 3d National Whig Convention, ,which met at the dictatorial influence and cntrl Gor-
; distreed i if he chose leave them there and allow Baltimore in June last. Your delegates Seward The is
tel ucite. con to of from ernor very proposition
, < "Question! by tile Courl.-What is of April, receive no tidings or
":);:.: o 'Territory. Communication pinion of the number of the enemy that your invested the enemy to cut him off.from them, he no this army,yon under the command of General were instructed to insist, as a condition pre- ridiculous and carries with. it its own ref uta-
,; wasto great extent, interrupted and cut ( doubt had reason sufficient t, in his own opinion : cedent, before proceeding to make nomina
Camp Izzard, and were the forces Clinch, be sure that, it has
; ; onFewmen: in one ,place' could know under Gen. Gaines sufficient to h ave. i to justify the measure; but the responsibility : south you may to unite with Eustis and Lindsay proceeded : lions for President and Vice President, the tion.I it not more probable that General
:: : what'.was '!Ie. then piecise condition of drive as.well as the honor, is all his own. Withlacoochee Convention should put forth a declaration if will be by the '
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.l't S or dispersed the enemy, had a sortie been ;and (it) haying left the elece conlrole
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-. afar in another and.f 'wa* natural that i I must be excused from sharing either. services will be no longer necessary. of principles, wbicl should be acceptable Van Hlef

.m.5:S oe:party| feeling;itS own straits and distressfft maLe"Arirwer.estiniaed: the Indians the S THOMAS S. JESUP. You your will, therefore return without delay to to the South- being done, we shoulduse B. F. Butler, Cleaveland, WJmot! <
; ,*bo : knowing the condition on Thus it will be seen, beyoiiJ dispute, that on the Suwannee, and there wait all fair and honorable means to procure hosts of abolitionists, who are ,'active -
29lh that post
;&\: of the other be disposed to attribute at were firing on Camp Izzan at had the duty rightly devolved on Gen. Scott the your order of the ,or those the nomination of Mr. Fillmore for the Presi- and ardent ipporlert. than that General .
: least of about 1000. I believe the [ conmandingGenerJ
.' a part his rftfcfortnnes to the want of furnishing supplies to an army independent which by the Executive dency. These instructions it afforded me will d by Governor
' of ; was quite sufficient to have driven them at may trnsmited you Sol
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: co-cftratinft and assistance which much accorded
. they of his command and prosecuting a campaign of pleasure to repeet as they
:::. t: believed tbe other hitd power to render: any time. without regard to his plan of opera These, FloriLa., the orders to Major with my own views were approved by I have not said anything about our nominee -

:..'- We say nohingYS more natural than that Oil same page, Gen. Tvriggs further says: lions still he niu.:t be hel blameless for not McLemore; but, unfortunately, he did not my j judgment. platform of principles, for the Vice Presidency ;neither 'is' U
' ; should arise out of the then "After the 29thr in a conversation with having supplies at King in time to meet arrive at the mouth of the Withlacoocbee as required by our instructions, was adopted necessary I should. Every one knows William
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:: '. I condition of affair ,' and should obtain more Gen. Gaines, I think he stated to me that head Gen. Gaines, and the expectation of the latter until the 4la or 5th of April, two days after -it was acceptable to the South, every A. Graham, of North Carolina.' The
5 I or less credit, even to thi day, among those : h written to the officer in comm ll1 at Fort to find them there was not a reasonableexpectation. he had been ordered to quit it. He, how- .. plank of it having been selected and placed Whigs of Florida expressed a preference for
' :,1. 1b hare not investigated and ascertained D raise, and that he expected him down with ever, penetrated the river-constructed and in position by Southern hands. The Convention him in their meetings and conventions. He

: precise state of /act.,aided! by the light? some mounted troops; that a soon as they But it is charged by Gen Gaines, that Gen. garrisoned the block-house, and left it under then proceeded to ballot for candidates was my first choice for that office, and I a
: ef subsequent history)', showing the conditionof made their appearance, the command was Scott forbade Gen. Clinch to furnish him the command of Major McCants, promisingto I and we used all fair and honorable: yet to learn that an objection bas

..: 4.' all the parties at any precise time, and t 0 leave the hi cat work to attack the Indians: supplies. This is true only so far as supplies return in eight or ten days; but before he means to secure nomination of Mr. Fill- raise to his nomination, by a single Whig
t !1\ why a thing was as it was and could not 1 think he stated to me that he bad so writ- : for active military operations are concerned got to his post on the Suwannee, he sickenedaud more. Although our efor were unremitting any section of bur country. He is knownto

:'':.. : bays been otherwise. We are disposed to tel, .that he would not make the sortie until lit another article, we have copied died of fever. Being nearly week behind we could not producing such be a decided, firm and consistent Whir, a -
:. 'lame no man for these opinions because the troops should come down. I had frequent a part from the Jacksonville News and ad. the time in arriving at the Withlacoo! a result. The election fell upon anotherdistinguished man of high order of intellect, an able lawyer .

'ct' ey.'were to some extent current at the conversations with the General and ded more of what Gen. Gaines calls the chee, of course, nothing was seen of him citizen, General Scott. a profound statesman, and a gentleman
\::. .. time. ?But, fellow-citizens, le us now, with hall e stated to me \'iews-that he could dono "Starvation letter11 of Gen. .SOl and that by any portion of Gen. Clinch's division, The Convention having promptly adopted of most irreproachable character, wbo: has .

the lights before us-\\ ) all the testimony -: good by going out-that the Indians shows the exact truth, to : that Gen which was there oh the 31st March, while such a platform of principles a we were bled the highest offices in his native Stte.

"J-; : of the parties, proceed to enquire, as would FLY before us, and 'that as soon asnytroopsmadetheirappearance Scott, bearing, as he did, under the authorityof McLemore did not get there until 4th or 5th required by our instrctions to demand, and I has served with distinction in the Senate
Y.: briefly as possible, how far these opinions a we should the General Government, the [See Records, p. 306.] having participated in the balotires! ; we imposed of the United States ani the Cabinet of'Mr.
b : and charges are correct, iu the light of history. go out and attack the Indians." of all her miilarv.opertions ii responsibJit. April the 4th of April, however, Col. Ga s- upon ourselves an implied, if not ax- Fillmore. For such a man no Whig-certainly -

'" ; Testimony of Lt. Mitchel another wit- not mean with the additional den, under instructions of G m. Scott, whose press obligation, to sustain the nominees. no Southern Whig-can or will refuse
:: ; I/Was Gen. Gaines and )his command on ness for Gaines, p. responsibility of provisioning for active operations head quarters were then at Tampa, des, How far the Whigs of Florida are bound by zealous aud cordial support.I .

' r1: .fl tbe WitMacoochee in any danger of annihilation 'Question by Gen. Gaines.-What was an independent force over which he patched Major Read, in command of a battalion the acts or their Representatives in the Con' have .extended this address to a greater .

4 T from the Indians.' the general opinion among the officers at no aud \\lost movements mijhtconfuse with two schooners, to the mouth of vention, is a question for their decision. It length than I intended; I could not, however, .
..t.' I Camp Izzard, on the 29th Febuary, 1836 as and disarrange .hl his own the Withlacoochee, on a route to St. Mark's however appears to me, that having consented say less, feeling a I do, tbe deepest solicitude
.. In the Sentinel' of the 10th August lastwe : .. to the number of Indians engaged in the action But he did in 'that very starving letter intimate with instructions to penetrate the river as to go into Convention upon a ceitain I for the success of oar Candidates, ia the
: went into this narrating at .1. on that day ? his desire to subsist them. On the 4th I far as practicable, consistent with the safety condition, and that condition having been I Presidential election }

1; length the history of Gen Gaines' campaign "Answer.I heard different opinions ex March, in ignorance of the exact conditionof I of his command, and make observations I performed, good faith to our brother Whigsof I I affords me much gratification to assure

:7 .furnished by Capt. McCall, Gen, Games pressed. Some supposed there were 1000 or Gaines, he writes thus to Gen. Clinch :: with regard to the anchorage. &c., the char. the Union requires, that the Whigs of rI r you that at this place, the great focus of information "

:, AiJde camp in this expedition, and one of: 1500, others thought there were not so many, PJCOLTA. March 4., 1836. acter of its banks, and the facilities generally i Florida should yield a cordial, ardent, and I we receive irom all sections of
; wilns on ,his trial. Let us now afforded for General I I zealous advocacy to the candidates that have i the Uuion the most cheering news
military depot.
.S briefly perhaps not more than 500 or 600. As far "I still presume that Maj. Gen. Gaines a a t th
; Gen Gaines recarmlate.: as I can recollect it was Go!. Twiggs' opinion will be obliged to fall back to Ft. Drane, Scott says, in his defence, that he also instructed been selected. Although General Scott was prospect of the election of our ticket.
according to Capt. McCall,, Col. Gadsden that it not the first Whigs of Florida, of '40 and '48 animates the Whigs of
left New that there were 800 or 1000.-As to the which increases my anxiety to send the wagons to say was spirit
t.I:% Orleans 3d February, 1836, with : opinion of others I cau't recollect theirnames. (with some.additions) lot. I would I barely possible a post under' Major McLe yet as his umioatiol was fairly made, we, all section of tbe country ; di&tioa if
and 1,100 there men-touched at PenMcla for wood I ." prefer much that the force with him more might be found on the river. But this (the delegates,) through our Cot any there were, have been heale personal
; learned that Gen. Scott had ben I been omitted in onel Ward, declared in open Convention, have been
I was back at Tampa Bay, or rather that it seems to have accidentally jealousies forgotten,
; to the [Gen. Gaines' force, will be recollected1w1177.3
command in Florida. Gen. that
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nomination
order we acquiesced and
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had not marched from that place the instructions to Major Read. their onward to success m
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; landed lit ; proidedthat
Tampa, and marched from the movement fails to crush the or That officer and his command left Tampa, had no doubt our constituents would give to pending canvass, with the watchwords
, that 'place! with his force of 1,100 whites Now, can there be any necessity of further terminate the war. The worst enemy nextto visited the mouth of the Withlacoochee, and it a generous and hearty support : and I flat UNION OF'TUB WHIGS TOR THE SAKE OJ"THC

.J; and .77 friendly Indians.on the 13th, with quotations from Gen. Gaines' own witness the loss of that fine body of result, or a reached St. Marks on the 25th April, reporting ter mysel judging from tbe""signs of the UNION." '

)f'f ten days rtious. Fort King on ses, officers on the spot, to satisfy all minds third of would be mere success in drivingthe on the 27th to Gen. Clinch that he had I did not misjudge their loyalty Florida I trust will "take] no step backward -

S the 22d without meeting with any inciden that the story of Gaines being cut off hemmed enemy it in the lower country, where I seen, at the mouth of the Withlacoochee, a to the Whig cause and Whig principles. ," but as in '48, will give a larger majority
., worthy of notice. At Fort King, he expect- in and in danger of annihilation horn it would be almost impossible for ferry or flat boat cut in two with a dull axe. I have been a zealous supporter of Mr in propotion to her population, thaa '

. fn provisions, but they bad not ar a superior Indian force, and in that condition, suppose us to I mean below the waters of On the 26th, Gov. Call, at Tallahassee, Fillmore'a Administration, and, in commonwith any other State in the Union ; we shall then
;';S rived. ,: however, procure nine days' left to perish by Gen. Scott, knowingly and folo\\ Hence indignationthat writes to -Gen. Scott, or the commandant at the Whigs of the South, I had hoped I command that consideration and

;Se' .lt rati6ns.t Fort King For Drane, and maliciously, is utterly false. There is nota t an isolated attack should my havi been Fort Drane," stating that he a few days he would have been selected, us our standard with the administration of General loflenc Scott

. commenced' a return to Tampa on particle of il it. So far from being made from calculated to since received from Major McLemore, [see bearer, at the ensuing election. The which a consistent the
; the :6th. On the 27th, he reached the true, Gen. Gaines staid there voluntarily, in produce that your vicinilyel when McLemore's orders to notify the Governor enlightened and national spirit of his Administration South we a are entitled ;.all this we Stte ac

J Witblacoclee, and a fire was opened upon pursuance of a plan he had eL to cut knew, and a'esult Gaines must have you above.] official information .of the erection I both as regards our foreign and complish, if the Whigs of Florida wi ar,true
l: opposite bank. The guides off the retreat of the Indians, and destroy or of domestic policy, has elicited the admiration themselves their
known through you, (and before,) that a block-house and the establishment of a to and true to princpleL'Let
thought the foe of the Indians was concentrated capture them all eta blow. We come now my and of the of all
p applause and
a- Withlacoochee patriotic parties.
the
: plan, with ample means, was to move simultaneously garrison on ; that Major us bury forget any or imagi
this
at place, and Gen. Gaines: to our second inquiry.Did He has been true to the
;: seized it at upon the Withlacoochee, in Read has just arrived, bringing intelligence COItilution. just to nary grievancts give up our personal pre
:3 favorable upon once as affording a most: Gen. Scott knowingly and,) maliciously three columns from Tampa Bay, the upper.9 of the discovery of the flat boat cut iu all portions of the Union, and amidst tbe diections and at the ballot box in Novem

.: and opportunity end the t crush the enemy, leave Gaines and his command crossing on the Ocklawaha and Fort Drane, two, and believed to be McLemore's ; most embarrassing circumstances, has en give SCOTT & GRAHAM, such anoverwhelming
to the .
put on
war at blow.
F : a a so as to make it impossible for the that he also saw fires along the forced the maintenance and execution of the majority a will retain for as
.. breastwork Accordingly he sailed I halt, threw up a Withlacoochee to starvation ? in escane to the lower country.I enemy fr indicating the presence of Indians ;coat r. laws of the land, in such a manner as to entitle the- Dosltionve's .---,-"-. ,-won-- .in,- --.--.
:.'. baste to General, sent back a messenger in all We have seen that Gen. Gaines, at Pen. have not supposed that Major Gen. that he (the Governor- ) is seriously con- him to be classed with the patriots and Your friend and' felow-citizer"

.. him Clinch at Fort Drane, desiring sacola, on the 10th Febuary, 1836, learned Gaines has not his retreat upon Fort Draneor cerned for the little garrison. He, therefore, sages of the better days of the republic.In JACKS .

. .4. I river bigber t bring and on his force-cross the of Scott's appointment to the command in King fully in bis power. On account ofsubsistence suggests the propriety of sending a detachment my opposition to the nomination of WASHINGTON CIY, 52, 1852.z. .
attack the
l;' the while up be Indians in Florida. We have also seen that Gaines if he can cut his way through from Fort Drane to the block-house General Scott, I was not influenced by an

:r and rr, in the mean ailed time them he in the front; left Tampa, on the 13th February, with ten the enemy to Tampa Bay, 1 should much a distance of thirty-five or forty miles ; but doubts a to his orthodoxy as a Whig, ) .. The attention of Merchants and'
.' 'ht \ould rations-that he expected to procure a prefer that his force should be there, and should that be impracticable, he suggests his beiug a sound a Mr. Fillmore himself,
:: boats t amuse the enemy, prepare his supply at Fort King, and that failing to dos when I wished him to march or send that measures of his own for the same object, on the Southern question. I neither doubted others is directed to the advertisement of.c-.

l idr poitie,"&and.llrllsely abstain from a he took sine days rations and commen- force to Yolusia, it was because it. could be and certain movements in conjunction from the one or the other-it was not that "I Mr.John P. Baum,of Charleston, who off

V: % the 28th, 'the Indians not to scatter the enemy. On ced his return march to Tampa. These sup- infinitely: more easily SUBSISTED there the post at Suwannee Old Town. loved Caesar less, but I loved Ro'ne more :" advantages in his line of business t Florida '
crossed the river, and would have been ample for his return When Gov. Call's not that I had an aversion to General Scott
; Gen. Gaines then plies than at Furt Drane. Should he, however, leter' arrived at Foit dealers who make their
sent another express, ap but for the assault of the Drane G but that I had a preference for Mr. Fillmorenot purchases at
l Clinch unexpected be in any difficulty In operating a retreat by express, n. Clinch in command,
and prising the change in their position, Indians at the and the consequent frt! the Withlacoochee I CERTAINLY called, on the 29th, a council of war to consider only over hi.n, but over all other our neighboring markets. -

;,':.; Gen. Gaines reiterates; change in the whole of Gen. Gaines' I WISH YOU TO AFFORD ANY S"C-- I the proposition, and the council was Whigs in the Union. Admiration and grat

"I bare abstained, and shall abstain, froma plan of operations. NOv he anJ some of i cons THAT THE SLENDER MEANS unanimously of opinion "that : force adequate ttudl: as a Southern man, caused me thusto A Harmless Han.

;; a srieunl I hear from you, in expecta his witnesses talk much about their "reason WITHIN YOUR REACH MAY ALLOW, for this purpose could not be marched prefer him.! Gen Pierce is one of the most harmless

course will keep them together, able expectation" of finding ample, supplies and this, doubtless, you would render, without from this post." [See pages 340 to 342.] I have always admired General Scott as and inoffensive men we ever knew. During
whilst a sortie might Contribute to disperse at Fort King 1 Supposing they had been any special permission to that effect. A copy of the record of the council and a patriot and soldier ; as an Americas ,citizen, some eight years in Congress he never
S them. I am now satisfied that a direct there, we are left to conjecture what the the force return to Fort Drane or King, I the letter of Gov. Call was forwarded to.. I have been proud of him a the "greatest caused the passage or defeat of a single law,

.4 ; movement to this plac is more desirable course of his operations would have been. : must be sustained at least five or six days Gen. Scott, at St. Augustine and receivedby captain of the age," whose exploit have reflected and consequently he never harmed any one

% than to cross the river higher up, a I sue. If the supplies had been there, they would from the means derived from this place; and him on the 1st day of May.. He replies more lustre upon country than by his legislation. While in the Army be-
I aS ;
: gested yerda' jf have been there solely for tbe Army under hence I now prefer that it' become a on the instant, and HERE IS THE WAY those of any man since the days of Wash never killed a single Mexican nor caused

Things continued: Scott?, and to be used in pursuance of a planof : part of the right wing, rer'shouh take that HE ABANDONED THE BLOCK-HOUSE ington. General\ Scot is no obscure individ. any of his men to do so ; so that be never
Clinch's so, (Gen. Gaines waiting campaign he had adopted. If Gen. quantity of subsistence from you and march MEN TO THEIR FATE [See p. 344.] ual-"his light not been hid under a offended one of them He is emphatically,
on arrival,) until the night of had taken them, it would have disarranged 1 differ from bushel"-no anxious made
the Slh March Gaines back to Tampa bay. the opinion expressed by inquiries are as a harmless and inoffensive man. *
when
the Indians rent word all of Scott's calculations but it to who be is 1? His and
; is the council. I believe that 250 men wouldbe name services are
Gaines that And the above is what Gen.
J t and they were tired of fghtinl nevertheless quite evident that Gen. Gainesdid the yet letter Gaines a sufficient force (a part being mounted,) as familiar to his countrymen, a household
wanted styles of "
to the
make March.
peace. [ them "Starving 4tl words. His is f 1ST OF LETTERS remaining tha Post
design taking for the prosecutionof and that number might be safely detached fame co-extensive with the
fighting, only five of Gaines' Now, people of tLt JL4 Once at Jacksonville East Florida
force had been his of Florida can any civilized ,September -
world.
own J> operations. Contrary, he Fort Drane and its If He is emphatically a national -
killed, and six body read such a that from vicinity. 30th, 1852.
lees Get
forty} more or wounded. leter. '
i; Next ] says, to his 'reasonable expectation, he Scott a then, as I have reason to apprehend, no exprebs man-his life has been devoted to the '
; day, 300 Indians approached within \ at very moment Gaineswas A. Ortegas, Ignatius
found sufficient supply' of stores of any rtel has been sent on the Gover- service of his coo'ulry-his whole country .
1 yards of the n on Scott subject to ; Appleby, Abram Ort gM, John
to make did
S. ; 6 while camp a treaty ; kind." Now, supposing Gen. Gaines to not know Wlthlacoocheelhougl nor Call, and the post on the Suwannee, to and if elected, he will be a national, not asectional I Agree, P Marshall P.

.--. :._!.___*- '-ft they_u *were*_'_ _.talking.I- with_ _..Capt.. have bad .a ful right to these stores for the maintain wishpil whereabout and. yet 0.. say that no relief can be afforded from Fort President, Allbritton, S Noah Pride, John 3
. iivuvvv*, v\jcii. "amps' AUJUIAIII,} llnch'smen prosecution a campaign independent of the Scot does it uotPROVK t fIUVA Drane, it is my opinion and ORDER that Through life he has been true to the Con- A(Tama- Vim 9 P.iJ.i.jth
came up,and not knowing how contrary, beyond a B. Paagett, Elisha.
Scott, then in command stitution and whenever the
maters inquire the ,
whoa us and duty devolved
( practicable detachment be
le largest safe
Buraham D
stood,blazed at the Indians, controversy, that Scott was thinking earnestly Vin Prescott,Riley
:c broke and ran away directions they what ground there was for-any reasonable how to provide best for the immediately put in motconjrom Fort Drane, upon him, he has seen that the laws of the I3aeus, Jim Price, A Joseph
-1. Thp ofin never re e expectation that supplies .would be of Gen. Gaines and his The subsistence including regulars and volunteers and all land are faithfully executed. Can any one Bostick, Edosana. Perkins, Robert
turning.. sent back word, found, or ought to havebeen5fouthl. there.- is army. charge the mounted men that can, be obtained, to seriously doubt he will hesitate or halt in Bryan. Henry R.
that they still wisbeJfur'pace, and were is fully answered in the subjoined utterly groundless has not the shadowof the of his Brewer, James Riley,Jobs
Thig'quesiion
to a poiut on the Withlacoochee, discharge high obligations of duty
0. referred to Gen. Scour Gen. Clinch a foundation in fact. marc oo Biriuger, Ferdinan RichardS, B.John '
brought letter of Gen. block if elevated
Jesup to thefWashing- Gen. and there by aid to the Presidential office 1 All .
and was advised of the arrival of lh lou Brady. Peter Rowe, Jobs
Supplies, on the 10th the Scot
whole force ton Glote (Messrs. Blair & Hirers), we of the South ask the
;S page General at :Fort in brief raft or BRING OFF THE at bands of a President C. ttulaneItV Martia
returned King
: to Fort Drane, where Gen. Gaines 711 of the'd cument. We quote as follows: fiom Gen. Clinch tes a note GARRISON, or at least to ascertain its fate. is that our rights under the Constitu- Corbilt, Daniel, Capt ReyesClsadlua
the
1, leftfor New Orleans, via Tallahassee commandant at Fort 11oscs Rawlins ,
; under and laws Curry Capt 2 ,Robert
fc6g should shall
be be
S Impression that tbe Indians "Bat le us examine the grounds for the Drane, dated 24th February, 1836, and immediately Troops instantly sent off from: respected and sus Clinton, Chance Rowe, Peter :,
1 ttJul, and the war over. The force which were supposition of the General Gaines] that he thereon some of this vicinity, but for distance, and the consequent tained by him-wa demand nothing more- Cherry, .1 James Rowe, WilliamColraveyThos
.'. .' assailed Gen. Gaines shoutd find supplies at Fort King. Capt.Shannon IllS own ciders to meet the of the delay." with les, we will never be stisfed. S S.Cestain .
w variously estimated exigencies
the ttnior quartermaster in Flori. and the The opponents of aver be Thos, Mrs Stewart, W James ,
a by-his witnesses at from 800 (1,500 Indians case extraordinary demand for sub- Now there, people of 'was the Sot Cuxti lt Thomas SeayB Laure
t I andnegroes. _, da, bad been; advised in a letter of the 19th sistence. OllIe 27th he issues this ,orderat precise'way in which.' Florida;Scott uab n. is a mere soldier, a mere captain, without Cooler George SimmerlinJoha'Clay,4Wm
I January from Quartermaster G 's Pic """" experience as a civilian, and devoid of qual
doned'thc
Now, this, bare statement of the rera ata Mock.hous men to their fate S<erltJosphCaidwell
? on
!I would suffice to show, thai' Gen. Gaines'case oCce, that a large supply of provisions had "An unexpected and unauthorized/arrival; the Very first. instant he learned they ,were ifications. to carry on the affairs of Govern A Robert Swearingen Uenrj
' I been ordered from New York to Fort King. of a heavy .detachment of from there and in : ment. Great military talents and D. Smart, I'd Joe
fo from being cut off Troops danger. Comment jieedless.I aminis
fa:
for trative abilities not Davis,F Amands,3lisz 5svin, F A, CaptDabel
.ti i danger of Ilemme' The following is an::extract; from that letter Tampa Bay, without subsistence, .being like- In the mean time,' however they were in are incompatible A James, Capt Ssw7er, Harriet,Mr.DoughT .
annbialion. y. .ene a rule the eadi
: | Wyj-"M1$ .only tbe of all that relates to the subject: "Large ly ehau t the supplies provided at Fort process of rescue, from this general companions of other. Wallet &xnona, B A "
surely8lug arI by.volunters Both ancient '
and -
. rival otGen. tupplie provisions have ordered from. Drane the Georgia Volunteers vicinity under modern history sustain the : E. Sanehesjoha '
I
Clinc to put a finish, utberroops truth of this Easton, 1)B.. SikesA )
: Wi York to Fort Kif1:."- .By comparing this of arion. The very position Reiry'
ing stroke to ; Major' Cooper,
: Gen.
had Eecles
Miss SWneThoumasF.
Nancy
Gen.
t Scott
3' I no was, this elrcvllh Captain Hitchcock's I letter it will will return to the St. Johns-and till now occupies presupposes him to '
unr"L' U i description of encamp TO THE WHIGS OF be ed in StacyThomas ,
FLORIDA ver national and
seen be has omitted the material embarrassment wel
f r for was particulaily for fact that causes this retrogdemovement : munica Floyd,John Sheppard, Miles .5'.'
tb. .
Clinch.. Gen,Gaines waiting that the supplies. .were',ordered from' can be remedied," CITIZENS discharge of his mitary dutes Floyd, Davis Spier, Win "
, i \I 4ed-not frmf of his witnesses never preten: York. Now be must, pardon me, if; not satis then, this whole 'starvation charge FJL : be has oftl been placed in which Flynn, W Michael Stevens, U Thozaaa*
one' ever pretended tied with the precise of truth which is ThuS be continued'indisposition of my family, called } requisition i .his knowledge of the FlemlninE,Peter T
-that he could not bare continued quantum to groundless. That the'ur* since the adjournment Peter Tbhers
his of the Falany 0
late
he has protracted laws, of,.nations .as well BenjnIn
chosen those
to tell I claim /ot the depart plies which Gen. Gaines had : a ,of his 5' C. '
: t tn&rchtoTampaoi retired back' on Forts < anticipated lesion of has detained 'in' this He TailurC.Joha
me has
I 'Drane.or E iig.- : On the men the benefit of the whole trth., been collected at Fort :' Scott, city. It Congres country. never faltered, never erred Grothe\Vm Townsend, Ellis
contrary, says be King'bY wa my axiQus desire to have re- in their ,
t "General He has .
,
t ,a letter to Ite War Gaies we are told, moved from were not there, was b time turned to Florida eeculion. ben' charged H. TracyAJaeob :
J and
II Dpartmelt u- become an active par- by' his Government Hodgdeu, B A, W..
I *ota.. 'ate Tampa bay 13th of February, just had not elapsed to transport them there from' ticipant in the, pending canvass That desire delicate with.many importantand lIillGJobn Capt WilIhamF&Miis .

; -"Ithokit probable brave little twenty-four days subsequent,' to the, date of New York and: ,had they been' thereand,, has since I,have learned-i I which civil doties J. ,&C.- '
" ; would, nave subdued the al army the letter to I Captain Sbannon a time not taken by Galles as they would have been, ; that been.ncreas, friends required something more mere Jones, John Whippi.,W, CaI 2 ,
enemy a few. 4aysoontrtban'wedid sufficient to have placed s ,in:depot it would done at the risk6fra others ame' my dout and military' knowl' dge discharge. The Jonem,1NanoyUs, '
; affirm that
, ; had I'directed jo ; ; the entire ticket trusts tnus confided him
at King, in to ,
even the most favorable
thm' 1
total of alIbi hav always
i make a'few rapid sort'es: ;_but I prom season For year, and 'la 'd c disarrangement. Scott's 'movements. does not receive my cordial support.", This been executed to the ,of Kersh, Josemb WOCkS, P 3 '
com1roUnkation satisfaction the
I' (isedGeitClinch to make no 'sortie until I 'entirely) free wjt'tbe 1 ,As for the: supplies! whichihe army is.not] so jio such doubt'is'justified, ,by.any country andwith honor to Keany, Midhmael Wood, Lake -
,jsbotld.pear from'him, from an apprehension cube J Interrup- u det.Scott.had.a\command. beoolc,| enough word, act,',or,deed on my; part.If I.could The limits I bavepre himsl. 14. ,Woedlonast
tbi.t9sbztie'w tlon enemy BesideeGenerat Gaines S; uIJ. bare :ind'dri- must bare' known that, C tem' promptly.returned tOjFjorida afi r the munication, forbid' 'Wilson Job.n ,
f .dispersed alt the, settlements' toe his me Lang, Cbartey .
I yolpntu5'n4
Ta. ., 'j(
uijooked! adjournment of C enlarging upon
treofctf the ; h hMabeL
S of Florida I important-civil M. W&Ust 8Cspt" s ;
; :
a nKrean'd.havejet you .
Idis/bror'tbearr.wa ffOU near.St/Aagustine to: For l delay at Withlacoochee tie 'dutlel .
in pmuance'ota ,in free and
; ::1; &ot ha iohn White, B. lfMier.Anthany
PI *
force bad lamiiar Jiine to
1Ifte. ;JiaVe beenrnadeathe1icewbkh'I.! King, .broke up1', or Were, kept j inconstant plait he evidently'conceivedpf,; attacking could not b :"doubted-i.- -r. or.r> -,fF.T.T;; :perfored. ,I-.\-,- .--.r-_." W5tL.J. .
: alarm by enemy, and tat the the Jrb'ntaodfeafibfcp' : >eans .of f, .'*" i .w wJ misappre'* -yourattentiont.to.bis: Min.r..Jd.ismes WiUUmaBEa* '
:
j ,- wtSuff efett, whole line' of the.Ochlawaha! jenemy heJd Thjs bare been;more co'iu5enialto. State of SyVof th Doaatha Mr.
J ".. CQ i trdopin cb-operatioo. / his :ut Carlna. in ;to McLaren Colin 2 Willj,O -t- '
W. -; t' 'a-"el the CI.Cl' w/th! .own mjfeelingsatid habits : W
than.ad
S. road from Palatka and ; ; Jifieation; beaster 'Boundary Miner F, CaptilcBridy Wiggtu.IL 11 U J,
1 i 'fjclal: : a fina| end.'pf: ; :; the Avar. Sup ,, .
AA4 what t.Je.bf:'*' cJ'be to'beseizedud1iel4; : ; yoti). indiVidually'or/cbllectJvely' in1writing during the disturbahces1' Wm Aleaars : ,- *
' S : blr.i Du also pesdtt1pQtht.( of: stibsistanewre.iieyejwIhbeld : *" -" on the boners of ,,4N .
t 'xp1D"iqt'lexsD1; : t when heisaye: .have:been' known that -W4Sjln .I! }5pm',him? b.ttlt6;!Jurni'sb'supplmesJbisanu7for ; l 'I flILiiiaC'none,. caa. !. ; ;'Mame.aQcJo: tbe'Ne; York {ronnerat the Norton, Louis, Capt, Cap*. 5' -
tbe'field and the iea4eCecLio rausibave' ,
dot'ttn Cdnada1
i .U oJn'fori ] ,. Uisouu
dctive'operations, pot ? 1 jrubr ,
i'f was position as!aflrm't1ecided :
w1 '"and -
Oren'treeVET'7
( tk; II J ednyonitqperc j, xhat.bC ; try pJ c m.ou'e. band ,
witbir
j&e eajis ; sword.'and in tbe
IMJbaiIt J of.:Gen.c4tt,4nor'woul&iaebeibundpOli .
# Iam '
. 1"I Mi iiP.otid44', -. I l allow.bij'supplies to'go,: him vybig always! re dyindfully. prepared .other lh,oliTebranch, l learmgir :. 'Persons applying for letters(In- the;aloT liH j

5,,;. {IHtkCk answers !,o a qnetioa. of I lI lion,"kn, 'advauce of b forceThe'date: jprmec-of j juncture ,.to bare subsisted; ) 'in rl inJepepdent 1 Cthat j,I!am t supfioH satisfied the''candidates they will advocate v.of'my and party carry,bait if I good c 'vrould s nse! ;"use dtscretion,j 'be ,'always aidp 'li pre3nte t 1is.'w hs'own'the .1. them7 Oct.7'4&they aw* advertised MARK,oj thay BUTTS, may S ,.'P.'not M"ftt', -



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In 1850 the fraf t1Sdto.4f1inrStlOdthi erdw, 1l1)
.tote of'Marion' todd..Cabefl the national.Whig t'ensacola $ _
jrtyfrn., to .
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a4 tae dtfeadaate nekanff beToaol the fim- o.
1A'Cb 223. ,'Beard. 172., the. Ihereise- .bf the vote 'Augustine, and has featlus1ian4.tri Itt of do State of Florida,feat ia JurlsdleUoa_ ',.c A. ;Ar., : : ,. >. ,'.;.t-t' q l
all :
10Mhe umphahfly mel the
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being mostly iroaa South Carolina near. his.'discussion 'of_the' Tariff and tabUc&tSoaothIt order er that said loll beUkeafdreoathssedagainat .: : .. ,
Thursday, October, 14, J852. ly all of whom' them. ,
: co-operate with the Democracy eloquent vindications of Scott will. not soon And it U further ordered- that publication.of .The New and -"l .

'JO : \:a* the<,i increase in their'rote ahows.. be forgotten.in East Florida. this order be made ia tome news paper published New York .t,' -
Whig NaUonal Nominations..POR.PRESIDENt Jacksonville,fa-Dural County.albracaU,'-oaec .by the BOW and EL1
._ o. ;.As far as the champion of a '. principles week for the sfcae*of four months. Jew*]* GrUe 270 ; st .-.. .n .: I
be .THOMAS QOOGLAS. Judge te. Jw.StATt Jeracy Oak, 100 fitf\V ;
: .1 : 92'r or ought to indifferent to the or FLOMDA,. > .:

FPrenact i 1. result of an election;Col. .Ward may well County of DuvaL ,j win pry regularly ttr--'* '
TOlTELD: SCOTT. be for his will I,Wdore V;Garnie,Clerk bf the Circuit&Court ,Agent ia New OtflMI "'
so the
success increase,
; not
for said County;iepeby certify,that.the foregoing .: _. It
FOR ; f' ; tf = = estimation in,which be is held by the great order is a true and eorrect copy. .of aa or Agents In S .''''":- .t fI
VICE PRESIDENT: der now en file In my ofSoe.la ., : t
*. .f 9 5 t : body of he Whig party, nor' will his defeat Witness whereof f haT *mmt.o Agent ia && ,

WM. A. GfiABAM.TO = i ,; G lessen their confidence or attachmentin set tny hand and affixed the Seal R. ,11l4U. .
oa S (L.S.]' of said Court, on ,this eleventh :, ,AD goods directed to > tri t J
'. Ocala 119 ifi 112 118 118 119 122 122 or to him. day of October A.IXi 1852.. forwarded. '. **. .

,- 1 I. Remington .22222161g1 63 ISIDORE V. GARNH2, September 4th, 185 'l'j .*rei4' ;; t 1
riJCTOB.8: FOX FLOMD1.J. Adamsnlle 41 45412842343645 Correspondence of_the Republican.WASHMOTOS ,Clerk Circuit Court. .Dual. 'County. caq "
DeL 14-4m .
P. SANDERSON of Duval Oo. SilverSpnng 84 S3,35 '36 644 5 -Crrr 1852CoLl1KWS Charleston :!. I ;; !
MortinsvOle 4th
15 15 U 14 17 U 20 18 ,August "
T. RANDALL, Leon Co. Oelawaha 77660666 DRIW, ESQ:< *fce Splendid'. .- 8.C tia Her.W'- 1' .1
Wacahoota POSTSCRIPT. *
6 0 5 6 814 98 "
J J!. FIWLEY of Jackson Co SIR:. I have j just had your ,valuable pa- U do' tf Ge**;''r A :
to order
From Alochuo, we are'uncertain as to the per put into my hands, and am glad to hear By ate Florida from Charleston.The ,CHARLES: : or SowflK'1* J

completeness of our retiros, though we that the prospects of Scott and Grahjm are [8 BOW '', ; ;
ELECTIOOETIJMS. Jr1Iiat. ,_L. Line, Aadlpledge' *
have four precincts reported, showing the so bright in ,your beautiful Stated can Charleston Key-West Evening correspondent Newt writing of under the the St. ; la:my care ', .' f 1 1'

We complete the returns from Duval coun- following figures : assure'yon, you have every reason to believe date of the 4th ins, gives tbe following The shows following the hours&of not doubting similar '"-* .

For Broome 188 For Maxwell 183 that the old hero of many battles will as the results in Monroe county : Ivariousports: sad south-. >' > t '
ty, by which it will be seen the Bar pre 1 Leave Charleston' .well sassy ,.-. :; |
Ward U take the mail that For Governor.
145
cinct increases the for Ward Cabell 149 country by storm Every Leave Jacksonville :IL -
majority Maj. to w.
Two of these precincts give John Scott, comes to the great heart of the-nation bringsthe Broome, Democrat, 154WaruYWhig Leave PlantaIn, ._ Piaster.Mir-., :'I')
Q, and that of the County ticket to 87. *M I '**
for Senator for Marion and Alachua 67 glad tidings that the whole country is in 74 Leave Palatka Manufactooee fl fl

Precinct Uetnrae-Duval County-1652. votes against 60 for Provence; but Marion a political blaze for our great leader, and so For Representative to Congress. Leave Pieolata .C.HerriBrt' \! i
WIgs1n2L&lies. Leave Black Creek Ban MULv' [ Ii
-flJWur\ -' rj- anwn- p gives Provence 26 majority, to increased intense is the heat becoming, that the Democracy Maxwell; Democrat, 160 Leave Jacksonville b. on chert'j. t I t

ItIS O. 2 t en '4 by the precincts of Alachna for'whicb we already begin to feel its death-like Cabell Whig, 66 The& & :" */ t; I fl ,
r For passed by those of u -:&a}7 W t I
lilllits =. have no return for the Senate and County touch I Gen. Scott's excursion to the West Assemblyman. St.John's.. Freight : ,Shi ',lf 1 1.

I ticket Dell is elected to the Lower House has been marked with unparalleled enthusiasm -> McCall Democrat 136 any other line. ., Sea ESS % w I
King, Democrat, 94 Any farther ,Souther ti
.ST ; o tjj over Edwards. We learn that there was an ; and jubilation. From the day when plying to either of the h. :" .. 14 h ,

increase in the Democratic vote of Alachna the glad shout burst forth in Baltimore, and By telegraph to the New York Tribune. J.W. to'1.Z.citittaf., !1"'* t 1 h)I
Governor. t j
Gto.T.irard2l 71 13 188 25 S 17 541 by voters from Putnam, who are for the pre- proclaimed to the world that Gen. WinfieldScott -CHASLESTOJ, Oct.7. e. '" *" t1:
-J.E.Broome S 31 23 122 29 27 5 274 sent entitled to vote in either the elected candidate of R. R.
legally county. was honorably
Santa Rosa county returns thus far indicate i September 23. 185 .MARLOWe .
Majority for Ward 7Confress. The above vote for Cabeil is within six of the Whig party, notwithstanding there were majorities for Geo. T. Ward (Whig) FOR Ii '

what he received in 1850 while that for hixset mingled with the shouts of joy and for Governor, E. C. Cabeil, (Whig,) for .J-.tttttti--. .. j4.{
cTcoWf 23 8 13 183 26 2 16 831
of
Beard I have been in the Congress, and the choice of majorities for fjepteabaf to
than faith
Maxwell
A.E. Maxwell 431291532727 5273 33 more Maj. received gladness strong so as te em< .
the Whigs in both branches of the State I
showing the increased aggregate and have never thought for a moment that &of the pa" ".! .f1 1 1.,
Majority for CbeU 58 I Legislature. Mir fatal / '
j
Assembly. 1 vote, with a trifling reduction of the Whig the American people will suffer the great In Etcambia County the returns received Steam NaTi te thent "t r tV

E.llotJgfLI 2 63 9 190 25 2 It 329 vote. American General to be defeated in the coming give a majority to James E. Broome (Dem,) .deesitmests ".. ThIL
4.s.azdwi22: 55 9 192 21 5 13 325 The new and B "
The have been work for Governor, but the Whig candidate for r -" ftm
J. A. Barbee 427171412821 4242 t LeT7. contest Whigs STATE OF ; eonUaaed b/
Levin Johnson 4 3d 14 119 26 22 4 225IUt Congress heads tbe Democrat. The Democratic Captain J.E .. .
Levy has elected a Whig Representative ing hard in Washington, and their labors ".** f Ii't
candidates for the Legislature have a tar tripe and will wiD be.
rna .f 1850.Congress. by a majority of 15, and given a majorityfor will tell well after the great battle shall have majority. the 2d day of June ., -l-/k JIi ,.\1
_ thereafter PutlBi ""
day to the :
F Cabeil and Ward.BillslJ."tf"cugTa been We have had interesting -
fought many
14th and 28th .at ill
< In Wakulla county, as we learn from the July, of that 1
E. C. C 38 38 11 152 39 2 17 297 we learn gives a Democratic meetings and some very eloquent and WakuMa'Times, Ward polled 182 votes, and OD.Cabin bating it' 1 -.
John Beard 42741 962739 6 240 Passage to aVj ?J .
majority of 66. Hernando Democratic thrilling addresses. The lukewarm and disaffected Broome 127. For Congress Cabell polled Through "' --r ] :

CabeH's majority 67! majority of 40. are beginning to right themselves, 164, and Maxwell 151. Smith and Mooring Steerage, t"qrt.r fcr ** ; 11'

Register. i From who passed through that the wails waxing hot and soon the (Whigs) have been elected to the Se- This ship has been <.
now
a gentleman "J" *
D. S. JV lia-rrrz 7 149 S3 19 237 and safety eooJbfl and ;,
M. D. Papy .6 2629 922340 42M Hamilton* we received jbe following reported glad.tidings will be heard that the prodigal nate Assembly. admirable facilities A4 COJ -* fi it ;:

Maxwell 30 Broome 20. I children all to their forsaken freight or passage,& -.ft 00.-,." .. t,
Walker' majority 53 majorities: For are returning From Nassau it is stated the Whig State ., -'tT it! '.

Senator.O..il4tIzngton. We have subsequently received a letter, in home! Who would be an outcast a wan- and Governor's ticket is elected-Cabeil _I..a: -1. '

\ 39 52433 39 5 138 942941 35 17 6232 273Johafiroward i which it is said We hear Cabell atid Maxwell derer in the midst of gloom and sorrow having 2 majority, and Ward 1. This is, julyS-tf .a '..p. 't" uL.

-' have tied m Hamilton, and Ward baa when he could live at home surrounded with admitting the Brandy Branch precinct.F. .. ,.,- .a .
8a44 npen's majority$ 41' I I ., ftr aV vtfl.>. t
majority.11 kind friends and partake of the fatted calf! aafteriaf* : !
.
... -We have also reported majorities from Then come back ye straying Whigs in Commissioner. CLAY for taking BARRETT Acknowledgment d"" liI[ '

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from Nassau the Democratic and feed in And other Instruments of Writing, to be used in JL House is c. .- ,.. : ;
county, though The tame Whig majority also from Walulla. down by ttul waters green pas- the States of patrons,and those BBANDY.. .

majority is reported at about 15-a gain on Gadtden i is also reported 120 majority for tures. The glorious Whig party is still the KTW TORE ABD J'ElfN8TLT.11iU.IJoOfflee for health or pleasure articfe' "."- I:..
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the election of 1850, the official return of meted Clay was its His House has and .- 11
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CabeU 140 maj. for Ward. same as when the with E. L. Harrison & Co.,Jacksonville -vo. )

which shows a tie between Cabeil and Beard Oar accounts reported in the papers from I guardian angel, and gave to its' principles a Florida. O 14-tf and has been weD& .r..W' :- :l'| ....
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of 80 votes each. Haddock, the DeaL candidate Tallahassee show the rout of the Whigs in 1 potent and hallowed influence. Though this dious,having most of superior '.. l<

for Assembly, i ia reported elected aver Leon-Maxwell receiving a majority of 64 giant of the 19th century has laid aside his REMOVAL. FURBISHED M.PATNE.P j '.

Geiger, Whig. We bear also of an illegality over Cabell and Broome 31 over Ward; earthly armor, and no longer walks amongus OODT & BotTi1t; would inform their The Proprietor has stosriOT Jersey to Oak,4 On ;'- 1"I
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at Brandy Branch precinct, iu allowing the Democrats also electing the Senator, in the flesh yet we will always have his I at customers and the public that they have a lady of lour $ 1 .
: a toy to ad as clerk of the election. removed their Stock Goods to the new building, Hou KeeperHe a..id n4. :
and three out of the four members of As- deeds to cheer us on and to do battle in the tit '
this House of ci."Je.
Door East of the Store of Ambler & one 1
Below we give the complete return of CoIE sembly.We same brotherhood.Who One Hoeg, by keeping a good act la a1 -,'.' I, ,
;4
: county, where U will be seen Cabell have the returns from Jefferson, with ever doubted Gen. SCOTT'S Whigge- where they are no' opening a large and elegant patronage attention to of the pa .P1 11-' Br i !i t

by 12 majority. Two years ago the exception of two small precincts, showing ry 7 I have to see the first man yet! He assortment of He respectfully : --.w. a7::t 'f 1''

52 against him, being a gain of 64 the following vote: is a Whig of the old stamp-and stands at NEW GOODS, and A Travellers large and &IIr'J.tI&r'at u.t.g i ;!
.
vc es. At the ame election the majority Broome 260 Maxwell 255 the head of the class-to use a school Carefully selected to suit the jnarket and comprising ed to the House. ;. 11 e :
The Western ." "c:) 1
ag&inst the WLig county ticket was over Ward 137 Cabeil 138 phrase-and when your citizens go to the A COMPLETE FTOCE Or- the arrival of the I Dru.-- 1 0 '

100 ; now one of the candidates comes with The Democracy counted on 150 majorityin polls in November and place their votes in Fancy and Family Groceries; 8nn& ;',, 7 I '!I.
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in 20 votes of lie Qg his opponent. At one Jefl rson. tbe ballot box for Gen. Scott. let them remember Provisions, Corn, Hay, and Flour; ftaeet MaEbfi.,', .
September 23, .
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precinct in the county there was we learn, that they are voting for a man who Fancy and Staple Dry Goods; r" > C 11 .
From the imperfect returns we have, giving Boots and Shoes Cow Hides, PAYNB. ':' ;r
Clothing, ; ..
unaccountable ; ; t
from some cause no election has ever been a/na Whig, and a man who
the majorities in verbally reported. Hats and Caps; and I
held being a loss of at least 12 or 15 Whig party has ever been ready when his country demanded Sadlery EES-WAX, } .:. i 1t f::
counties as Cabell's and Maxwell's, we sum ; B .
majority. I his services to go forth with a willing Furniture; Country : ..
the majorities for each, so far,as follows: for which the :
Precinct Return*-Colombia county. up heart,and never fainted while in the Crockery, Glass and Earthenware; paid or leather .. '. "it', !
Cabeirs 215 Maxwell's 389 Hardware and Cutlery; ; '. ,
215 thickest of the fight. .f
:
Assemblymen.g2gjg Hollow Ware
; No.236,King
|? ; > In TOting for Gen. SCOTT, and placinghim Wooden Ware; sept 23. uaoceiif.1'JN 11_, .'W. .. J(f":-

Precincts. ISl-i 174 in the Presidential chair, you secure the Tin Warr; at II Peat .;

r 0 i : In the same counties in 1850 the majorities guardianship of a well-tried a long-tried, CordageStationery; THE General tt Ago .'1 1 i ..
4 twtf hone ;
D ceries Drugs j
were-for and a time-honored public servant,-a firm be enumerated, Mafi.reek*,.. :4
King's Store 6 24 227 3003226 Beard 241 Drugs and Medicines may aU.ofieare/ f i
Cabeil 503
and ,
and faithful friend of the Union, one Osnaburgs
Paints and Oils;
Burns's I 8 1 8 I I 1 6 ; Blankets Negro ._ 't' Ii t.
Alligator 133 90 125 92 126 121 107 82 241 who will add still brighter lustre to the Liquors, &c. &e. Ginghams and\ w. l4 ,
Min. Spring 26 13 26 13 17 21 13 23 tL, :j
Flannels
Cclnmbus 155165121055 American character and hand it down to Which they offer CHEAP Ton CASH. Being eon-
262 rinced that the only way for a merchant to sell Linens, j-
Barton 615 826 615 727 5 6 5341.2Carver' 62330 In 1850 Cabeirs majority in Webt Floridawas the latest posterity unsullied and untarnished. Goods cheap is to adopt the cash system,they Cambncs, *' .. ; {:,'
EUisrill 1211218U1218I9 counties Let us outsiders have good news will hereafter sell for CASH OKI.T Trusting that MuslinHosiery ,- 'jJ ; iJ'It<
285; in St. Lucie and Monroe examination of merchandise and prices d1, !
Fort Call 31 7 28 8 29 28 9 10 an 0' : :. ,
McKinneys 33 36294OZ1294037 Beard's majority was 97 ; which added to from your state in November and "three will convince our customers that the cash system Ready-made' : i:
is for their benefit than our own.we invite W_Sri also OUND \01. > .
Colcmsa's 14214212878 times three" will be the hearty response. more .
Mr. .
.
Maxwell's and .
majority giving -
present -
them to call oa as. 4jrooerins,tuck u-' rtx
Bornside's 626 527 5 42725
Johnsville 13 22 13 32 12 10 32 22304l Cabell in the West his old majority would Yours, &c., J. H. B. 18523m MOODY BOULTER. Floor.Pork Coffee, Lii. -''" I,
October 14th Tobacco
A
ati o..i.-
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the latter elected.
leave Sugar, Leaf aad -
XiKCTTJRE. "
284 304 270 254 326 290 :4
Can lies, Soap,
-- --- JAIL PAH.VUE. 03-N.F.B&oWJf, Esq.,'will deliver a Lectureto New Fall Goods Just Received. Crackers ef from tae

The table below shows a majority so far Adults only, at his Academy, on Thursday Vinegar,Cider valuable _ _ _

in the senatorial district composed of St. At a time when we were most anxiously evening the 14th inst. The object of the Lecture nysE Bmbaertber would beg leave to inform In Paints te.: : mod to Wean rta6a-r-*. I

Job.'" Putnam, Orange, and St. Lncie, of awaiting the western mail for the returns is to fully set forth the system of School Instruction JL the public that be haziest received a very White Lead Shot., aDd all neoesv -,
of Dry Also, Lead : -
2 rotes for Gen. Hopkins for Senator, over of the election in the West, we are disappointed and Discipline,with the duties and privileges Lars- and 9pJandidAaSIrtUISDt GooclI Also, Stationery, pleaatf.... .. ddrear. ;.

the failure to connect and the non- of Teachers. Also the necessity of co-operation Fancy Soap .
Dr. Haws. We have yet to bear from by a Ready made Clothing; Pubnaher
Blank
on the part of parent HavenCfc -* --L
of St. Indian river which of letter or from beyond Hate and Caps Boots and Shdel'A
single
county Lncie on receipt a paper rich assortment Mouslin do Lam, American Cologne "j.-. _: !

polls about 7 or 8 votes, the character of Alligator,by the last stage.Val..bJ. MAK1BTK UTTEXiUQBVCB. ,English and French both plain sadhlpaccsr And. Good a -- **

which remains in uncertainty. It will be from H..K C. Cabelk figured: For le OD low ifl present-'.v* .
letter i PORT JACKSONVILLE._ Ginghams,Calicoes ftg'dand plain ; J. stra&or sta!
aces that Mr. Andreu, Whig, for Assembly, Mohair Lustres,Pemaaaoths: At Fimegufr ,to tie
for St. John's and Putnam, in defeated- A valuable letter from our Representative Arrived. English Merinoes, Paramatta Cloths; SepL 23-U County, '-,

maltly owing to an increased Democratic in Congress is just from the press, on the Sept.29-Set Sciota Brayden,New York. Bombasines Plain Chameleon Brocade Silks Silks; Watches .;.alao- sply"fw-. ... ft :

Resources, past and now contemplated Internal 29-Sch Paulin, Crease, '. Wide black da .; : 31 11t
the Pieolata
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at -
rote (newcomers) precinct.In Oct. 1-Seh Joseph Marsh Ray, N. York. Florence da I 114t
the three counties Maxwell pins 3$ Improvements of Florida-with numerous 4-Sch Agnes Lord, New York. Colored Satins fee. O. ro.'l llJ
historical facts in reference to the 4-Brig Gov.Brock, York N.Haven. A very rich assortment of Cashmeres all 4 ". 1
votes over Cabelfts vote ia 1850,and Broome 5-Brig Kounth Allen Boston. wool; HAVING Just :: ,. '. *** .. -
38 over came vote.H.E.Osteen State Lot hitherto in possession of the Tubs 6-Brig Ellen Eeed.Chipman,Wareham. Shawls plain printed,and embroidered; alaa.aaaefvj f. .
i SchLoango, Parsons New.York. brought out a I
Mantillas
BlackS'tlk
lie generally. .The letter is also accompanied ; GOLD AND Valoagt < O
baa been '
.
a strong Whig, Cleared. Persian do Lowades.oen
elected to the Assembly from Orange which with official doevments showing the 0eL I-Bdg'Emb1emx'Part1inA. Black aadeoVd English Silk Htfsei Fine. Gold Je i dark. 4IUIP
'condition of Ihe COI1l10p0llietV'Uwllz..N. Tf.! Do do Gloves and Lace Mite; Gold and Silver ; Says he kaf,'
and public 7-Brig
is a Whig gain. The Ancient City claims area quantity, 7-Seh 8eiota,Bra.GeJI.N.w l'ork.8Goy. Paris Kid Gloves-a large assortment; GOLD AND ':"--, 't4 4

him as a Democrat, but such, we learn is lands of the State; and statistics of the Brock York, hew fork. Rich deep Trimmings,Braids, Lace ips.Cords I SILVER.lEnin"W ,&"c: .. -: I .
BaUer
and Eait fia ,_
and navigation of Florida for 11-Sea .Cruel,Fair Haven. Fringes; ,
not the case. Mr. Osteen ran against Dr. commerce Black Lace Trimmings-wide) :, ; ;:"
Starke. 1850-5l, is addressed to J. D. Andrews, A beautiful of Embro KnIves. RazOrS Sci ".
Consul 8t John's New State. *Florida, !. the Circuit Cmirt ef Needle-worked Collars;' lot of.LadIW T i7-
S. at
U. ,
Esq., Cmmisettesj : .
St.Jolui'a, Putnam, and Orange. the Eastern Circuit XHriral Ce-uatyj' Do Caff-bands ; \
Brunswick who was designated by _the CHANCERY. i1Ddmletfe., and L.C. Hdkft"I- CIGAR* C i :kk tf CIIIIIi t '
Needle-worked Edgings and lnaertlnPLtnen ; ta cV .
[ Secretary of the Treasury to make a report William Cheever. do do lion.Tbe lAd many other tit tte ,'

J of the commerce Resources Improvements vs.-' Thread do do. l v.Watchds SdJ I deaUads .
a Brockenbrough,'widow and admx.,of German and and warranted: .
&c.., of certain States. To obtain such information Ellen William A. tt. Brockenbrough deceased Lacy Valentine' dtf dd- tics-.Jacksonville.,
= t..1D
d ptt. a f in.regard to'1Iorida he addressedMr. Brookenbronrh. Arthur S, Broekenbroturh. 'POL Worked Flouncing' ... _o : :1 t.u.-itW.
Coa.4G C : = i g. and the letter before the publicis Thomas.W.Brockenbrough George L. BroCk rjaoroiosrea DKITW I Ac 0"" -j3 It
f CabeU enbrongh George 8. HawkdaJ,'and Mary JL Do Window Drlpery.fcf. n. E' :
and
f silk : "
8r.Jou'a. the reply. It is lengthy,and therefore Hawkins his wife Thomas W. Brocken A very superior and rich style, of I.--Bclio l, on ; :
Bonnets
.AIIpIUM 83114 Mill 111 W'108 it entire shall brough and John W. Brockenbrough infant velvet ; bet next for et.p
desire to we
M we inseit Do Straw Bonnets: 2.- W
John W. Broekenbrough deceased frota Monday .
PSooUU 2 21 2 21 ,t 20 2 20 children RIbbow very Me-, .
'.. 0" 0 0 ,4' 0 be compelled to defer 'its publication untilwe Lucy B.Mixwell Elisabeth 8. Maxwell 8f fiLch Bcnme&Dd.L'HlC& i tetb ,Bouma- dpeD. II144i

- -. can find-room for it. moa Maxwell,Margaret Chaplin Sims- widow ciMP'Gentlemen' Slips,Ties,and Jenny' ::, ..ro.lIf
8IWSIDSBSU588U2, and Mason admx.-of Sims WWiAm Md another H.Sims infant deceased child Martha of ? ", :Per(JuartW of : *..-.;tt2 !
CaitersJaad
fiae BOOtS, In the .English -
: Co1WrdSThe Wifliarn.W. Sims whoa name It ucknowa to very dinars tiyj"dJ tnr I J d-t -.;* f ,
p.'Z'm. .--II m zi < .11 G 17 0 _> CGlDplalDaDL .RTiaAeoth1eg,of ever7 daCriptioa.' doOars. --. fJI 33 \ ',
W.Uka' ft f 0 9 ft 8 4 9 discussion Wednesday I&o the-satisfaction' of this Court, and quality. : ---, ,Lightevaad Fuel :;-a T eM !
IL-' 0 I I at this:place on by affidavit made and filed in this cause that de : xThe ,
,. 1Jeeriber'Woa1d My thai he baa engaged SUtieaerf; JIIit
.'- ,the 29th nit,-may be.said.to have.con f.ndanta.Arthur8.'Brockenbrough and Thomas sceomptished Tailor toe do custom wer) ,bichwifl OpportanUiee- ;.. '

71 "ai. 74 -II "TO and
Caulmares
.- made of the State by Major Ward,preparatory -.Margaret Chaplin Sims' Martha Mason Cloths ;.; .' -. Prfauslpel ef: ,
Vdnaia '.If 9V .f U 8 Sims and the other infant child of William W. customers wh.wi U ftrnlab their*.#.areuwithsboes .J &
MeOoflviDefortGatlia 'It' 10* 1. .12 S toi the State elections The Whi"caD Sims d.t'lTWIl.reIi4eOIlS of the'State of Floe- 1 Planters. bis uptiOd Wt1aiPqesuitlIlls ; .da

= 2727" *. 1. didate for Governor has eomplettd acam, : Ida beyead jurisdiction*of.thUOmrt,.but In or dotbmc.aIt"law prIciiJ. -.' .- week after 1 4
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SIX
Eaterpriae. l64b66 the United,Statec, aad.that .'-bn&li.Luy very. ed.au.-ex.GoodaiD4..i .!-. .of : ,;
& Dew s. 4. 4 1 4 1 pip ,.bkb has beta conducted onlus part Broekeabroua,George 8.' Hawkins and "Mary -n. pOlls an, : -- "- '. letters ol ApIII IkeIIM t

. r31 -' with an. energy aid ability ,lbaf; des rStbespproba1qb3I JI-HawkInS his wife reside ia tbe Western'Cz.aItI .' .L.B..iuranxa..i.'r.Mouv1g4oee.lm1e. .' ;. Crews. .late.1 Jilt.i1 ;
the.oti1o aad that defendaate -
4D 41 7 fI' 94_ '-ai.tt, e t7*;: : > I \. I
--r---- 'own party. and 'a G cm 'L- Bronbro&bEflan A.BroekeaMaxw2v.Sisabeth .- -, -' -, 'WEBK8 .
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V. J4u.wen. .
IMarjojiwjlI b* seen, ..are tIel high And gentlemanly of debate which Lrenih.-V.M.azw.u 1AIe1B; N4 8baoa MazwslZ reside ia -i---- -.." ..,..t ;: SIX ..' -
: d- thou h' must a.or'.the';.9 0 ndaIeaop5ts "' :',hii the J6YIj Circuit Gf the &ate of 1'Iof ; ,; 4-0, for letters :
,.. "earD. ..0 qiect91i ,.. .,J '.- I' ". that aOA dtCnda&te re* \ ivEzyst7pERtO1o4af cfsaFutcb! .
were" eAiertat.I ol:e1.:Wt ig. Ailaxwefl *- :.. j.'ths: ,nominaiion for, ,4iaI1ta ill ft therefor tU, SOU*lrtc1..of'..**, dike .A..c.7'JO1INWFATN_net. the Thug ucI F .8to Of- .. ,, '...-14'_ .. < .,

ambrp1i 7' hU? majoritj over 1 Governor trader, .circumstance not the Esitsa Qrcult,'do appeat:aod ewer the bin .
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Wftukg$ egvsii In14.a V easoirottstato iILlOUbt abte ahdruya can fiotU t4EgEi:$iAi M! 2raq rova f--v.THE JtrtiuutVului,

; ; bi 1G51..tkc4.re ''heresy" ,. '.' and .affirmative;as follow&ia tit'PASMessrs'Bentoi > at in ttrra list cftpftsiwjorcffl.fryic+. ? H* eopWjiotaAfuce.ihore f -
-t conclu.slte eviaence'jhit! be

:. '..aDocti zI'&es h its de- .& Partyth! d-Personal-1" A except NicbolI&nletttr.by TetorKlrtjbacktio!*LMai.zthis binihJam, ye :J Jcrat4 ternct IIOUN, 4jbarnaJoUonI1abbard, 5etcbanaii'CAIr.inson. took b'is7*\ipoft4rrtriCipb-ih fihts1 casei T CoflUlnlnr 543_TtniEBTlMEStt D&ciss*: *kMturfltoWla;

:i.4:4: mIty" '4 ecedent?! who assail (W/Swtrtor-omitting .to gId, Llflih tUiPkifl, LionM0utOa, NiehoaNorve11 than bydnnibhseottrseI2! < tbelast: yuausnieITp -

Irc .' ; pb4 write* let lr YeftVCenEralCommittee' Pieston RivesR iae, Rob seseloaofCOuges'hea: bill.frpaj the -&

s pronWwea the. pamf'. Vn.wlilc'h'the eJeW Strange, Tipfon; ''VValkeri WhitesWiathspfMi'.23. House ot. ReprewQtativey ,extendipgf the i. -2
: :
SQ>tt under the taunlii.trf'the .Democratic 1 under consideration. -N:'If
law,jof 1838 was
Under mstt&ttkms -
ha&oughtftnfnrmaticn -
,
JAMEJiROb1IE 4ND"4MAXWELIA' gates t ..:: : .- -a
?
IessVi"""""" "Y****** *w*| "* kM4Awi* i* ->.** from ;X3en.Cas"<. *neivtand: .false :NAYS.Messrs.; ..Arrtn'ClaytonjaTis: ; Jff tA agli exception te stood alone among ZITflONIAL$. 0
'AND OP THE SUP- leftce for that formidaWe tatV H
seemingly the enTf New resisting
mem roro England
? IERC .: hec. They raised an isrte'Betweenres nigh$ McXean, Morns, Nileis PIERCE t .$ t.s, (Adis
: : : P9T9R41tJc ? l br'&ouUI but recur to tEe conduct of his the law" gic1partiaeIJu
vreV ; passage ofithat
--- lJbeirt jfclgatesiM "
an 'Connecticut
| of
PrentisC Rugbies, Smith ; Asia &%s F.5SaMa T
$7tA issi.brmrnttv fj)1eisjn 1843., Grnaiiithkmi. nlt drhFoTid& 'ihe.t.overthrovv t>f Denabertrcy jj Smith of Indiana, Srift, Williams of Me.+ 7iectfof 4 836 gives five yeats ball pay dorftv.
eepf the Democratic parlv. l einomraation in 1$48.: But how did tbe-Eastern 14, : to widows nr.orp1anCotocers, non;tornmiwiojied -

: of Caw/fell "upon* the Democracy of Committee regard this "jssue I" Not as a 1 'Tl; votes of Messrs.Pierce iind are officers soldiers, &c who bare
e King
Florida more like a wet blanket, or to use nftroftg *4 new,,and false? bne. /Tbey said1 We ; f died in the servifiof.the United. States *since
: consistent this
; "The doc1nrb geenee n4K niea. of Mr.? J ffersoii Ma fire bell wonderfully, on subject
vrraif figure cannot agreet ka".ih: > Committee.1'But Perhaps'some jrfeh in the Sootb' canr Vr- 2Qlh if April, 1818. It also extends the
ire. iu tie nigbt* than accepUble800thing, they-acceded plain this Southern
vote peculiar can
urgetlTr 1I? tlf $ bininits of the
agreeable nominalion. Or.to Usc.R
andj the delegates had found unprepared tridoimoT cKfldretfoficffiieni 4cwhobave
. didate. A word to the wise, &c."
YaSim .MOST EXTRAORDINARY technical comparison-the coinage and favorite to meet this is w&. -those 4e>egates\vho bad : died since the::4th of'March, 1831. .

::.i AND HERETICAL DOCTRINE of o ui respectable cotemporary of the net him face,-to face,badconnrDnnedw'ilh | And now yre ire irresi6Ubly% Inclined to

KVFJC PROMULGED IN NORTH AMEBICA Netcs-the ofCsfs.wasa "bit.e his bosom f end&, and.bad.'been,ia a posi- A l- orgotteuCliapter in General ask the reader what conclusion be is driven tI1I'I Y

JNCE ITS FIRST COLON!ZAkTlOftl ; pill.' 'Aniiorig i the 'sachems qf ''Dural tioii to scan the nndefwbrkings'of |He? wiry Piercfe' t lliitory. to*'as to ;the liberality',the magnanimity and 4.ZNy- aoA 'f--: .?-

,t4t. JnJcefl r.blhinj' : at all comparable County there was. frigbtlnl :'fluttering; there politician, as The soul:'of,,poor'Rantoul'was the lofiy patriotism .General. FraiiklinPiercel ,
1'Q tepifiharn' ,
The Nashville Pah- : -t
vith nn.) _
jt, fiQfl wen ail winced, Hr er m ..thwcotimry was murmuring-almost mutiny.. There scanned, that be Diizht be ejected, froo a ( ; dots.be think ofjbia'appeal- -
iI ogi grPatdThilain the idea of ; nir has been exaiinwigGeneraJ Pierce'sother '
: wnce were numbered ll e Democracy befeahout ; the few' remaiiKirtgjolj
Convention to" to TAX-PAYKRs'against
later .glve'.SbutheriVvDemb
*' tacit obedience" tadrtfinrewMartce'* was votesin the Honse of Representative's, ing _:_ .
mach preferring-and ready to support Gen. who bought1 liberties 1
.abolitionistcan
cracy a pretext toay"An ? and the : patriots' our. r7v1ldale
foflPving statement is the .result, of
ti ejcpkdefl lyjihe htroUm.of Johnllampden "*
THylor, .in preference to M their own Casa. not be a Democrat.? The!Eastern Commii- 'with their blood, sad:the widows and;children amy ZDVCATID,LUIP -
the invefrti ation, It forms noticeable! 'addition'to
? 41X and Jiik coinpalriplB. I; is, another, melancholy The Ntws of this place had at first tun, up tee advanced :a' lep higher than either the the of the a of those who had lost their lives and
history conduct of the
rti'Jrjfc
*?:p| many ttfitmsnUcf the monarchists ofEvrrje. and editorial .entirely too titter1 a as already presented. detail through the much the soldiers in the field
tolling letter
; "issue" in his Nicholson -toexplain as as so
columns of .the' : General
.. tbowftlliat the sentiment of individtial pilP for i k'> editor to "swallow.! Thisini* away the tarts of that letter which-were it will be seen, sustained Republic his Pierce gloriously defending. their country 1> VVe _$The most ACCOULT* aadioUAjui Dfctoa- .
pulation ,
bout iatner the Kevoiti"ii by
ot -
nsf njMaear deniable fact will be sufficient to explicit Votiiig the old of the Lang-aage.
I* ::*: tioryiefaa* being V **d/p/W rj f'of the iopfc'! being rw/cJ ter sovereignty and their widows, and also against the; old Who
p who of.all the curirous is' Winfletd Scott 1
and not.cognizant
.' their arg t if-sufficient that it was stated Indian fighters. His
; '; fcy efanebody./aqJ'M'.ed: in feuch'a way ,aj> and friends have probably
'of
"/."V j| W t to foil the convenience'of those ja au'tip its leaders.that antecedent when*? weBaythere Democracy an' to concluded their enfife from satisfaction.their premise Gen, bail,Cass DENIED, they j these,votes in''view when they laud', him as Does any body mean to. say that it re-i

lhoriv-! without the slightest regard .to of the an economist: quires picturesto giveScott .a. reputation 1''
awful trouble in the camp on account of the Territories to exercise sovereignty' -
? ,* the ngfou- Mertten- or-interests: of iioe the'right The facts which we are now nbout to Read the following 'of betoe otter Db.tthary .
unpalatablenera! of some of Cass's senti of the South 'Jand "hi i synopsis the'.leading ;1 A ns wtolti n.. any
to'the
,,. .* ; whom it ma> be'dcevtej tiece&svy to sacrir.Vi solemn truth.u Some injury ; bring to light, and'which are fully verified events of'bis history V ofthe Langusge wlfl b rc uk 't' ,
mefltswe stateribe. the sword of
This
,. lice for the fake of tliat) cnm-enience. bedone" is familiar phrase and fine they exclaim, is by the public records of the country, will no At the age nf,twenty-one, and in the suni- ;
thing must a the Constitution with which ,Geli. Cass
?*:\ ;; "h** hefore e*' f beard in our country. it was particularly expressive on this occasion "cuts the Gordian, Knot of the Abolition- doubt very much astonish Some of the mer pf 1807, be volunteered into;a troop, of
friends'pf the "unknown"
ff w1)o] the lately Democratic
V aTpersoti unopposed to policy Virginia horse.
liackneyeil even by painful, use. The simile! Gordnis in
"iets. Admirable *
-
if* 'i C tr jjtruee; of-a meagre, iieing required to commitu-es* to work. candidate for Presidency. We will take In 18J2 he fought.tle battle of Queens- !andauthor ef >
were
Democratic oracle
*** put : prospect of being made, King by the them in chfonoJogkal order -- .
{ '. ., acqoieve1 in that mtasiiriwereIy because Tallahassee as we find them town Heights. > 'r "Ca.Philosopher. etc.M -
:
.* J?# it bad been adopted! by the majority FOR The write Central circulars.Committee One of tteseywe began well i lied his chariot by a knot so intricate, that no It recorded. First, then, as he appeared in In-1813 he was the-instrument of saving Its reputation IswieI.mnJa. I doo&t
to could uncoil it and Alexander cut
* .,.x ; rme rtME BEiKci II.is it come to tin*, that remember, brought no relief to the dilemma one with his sword Gen., Cuss, in hopes' 'ofbeiiig 1833-' our Irish citizens, taken hi arms against:the Dot this edition has received essential facpgove**..

-; *u' ? Ibemajoriiy1 are nol h 1y :o govern but are of the editor of the News. He fu inatedagainst'the made Ptesident and AGAINST THE INDIAN FIGHTEBS. British, ,from the savage penalties of the meats from -able'hands.b. Irma ,
so mystified entangled --A
o.rv'etbcLt' without )bav.
: fipjKwi&ia' law"of thongls. -
j Committee, and said they were his Nicholson letter that the North In the House of English constructive treason.
,
"
| Representatives, Decem
( their !
.4 examined
y ing meanure* or questioned lnth he"
commanding people swallow the Baltimore South could neither'unravel it, and politicians ber 27 1833 House same year fou'ght"as' Colonel, :
** doctrine ofi5' | or (see journal, 130.)
page
2i T* we arture nn portion nominations boots horns hair in the battle of Fort George.In .
,
$ overcame the difficulty by cleaving Mr. Cliiltou moved the following resolution 4j
the ared
-
: Ameiicvi'eopk are jet jxrej to 1814 he made
and all." We know notiWhal went on.iu a new army and restored ;
its intricacies as with a sword. for the benefit!of tbe old Indian fighters
:
when
:.dj y "acquictce.nte-. applied to thsroj the military of the
secret but there must have been secret influences spirit country-took Foit ;
-( The Gordian Knot the Eastern Committee
cut
velvet and which \vcud! have been Rettfved, That a select committee be
\ never appointed Erie battle'of
j- -fought the laLanguage. tli
Dwno t nghtS
each and
shocking as are appliances thus panegyrize Mr. Cass. whose duty it shall bo to into Chippewa- Base Dmnx9 A .
I inquire the
of
; attempted-trf applied to any portion expediency fought the good fight of ."
'Lundy's Lane.In .
to editors who delight to embellish }he of go extendibe the provisions of the .
;$ $ 4l teem except Ihoae of (the unfortunate, cork closed doors" of Whig Conventions;) for "The history and character of Lewis act of Congress passed 7th Jane, 1832, granting 1832 be *won the proud title of the

.'r,' ratjt÷d, and ii e fear doomed South. < in'a trace again went the Cass Cass present us with picture of intellectual pensions; to certain, classes of troops therein "Hero-of Humanity," by nursing the sick /ZO44--CAQ2A .-# SU -

.vv The.,mtjority have made up their mind* the bead presto of the up News, and Mr. Cass greatness and moral sublimity which named, as to embrace in its provisions those who and i dying troops of his army, ,upon which ; *
at
that tbe South is to be sacrificed ; this being becomes flag suddenly sugar-coated and waI- forcibly illustrates the benign and fostering were engaged to the.close i* the of wan the against the Indians snbseqpent the Asiatic cholera fell blighting/) on its AccvaAt*-aad: ui' ia giving a jwrt -

a foregone conclusion we are not.to be per lowed!" influences of our Democratic istitu.tions"MARK down to the treaty of Greenville revolutionary, with leave warand to march to the field of the Black Hawk war exhibision of the Language."

:: ; milled; even\a'drtcva the rneasuies by which Next, we have another Committee at'okfocwhenDemocracy THE SEQUEL! report fey fciQ er otherwise. In the eaii.e year, by negotiation, and not

: this object! b to be bronchi and about, under pen.aIt7.U1eDuflCthOfl Alrtady \ has "bitter pills"to In June, 1850, Gen. Cass, in his place in Mr. Blair moved that the Raid resoInVton'! by force of arms, he brought the Black Jiawk

, proscription. swallow, they install Committees to as- the Senate, unveiled himself upon this question do lie on the table: ; which motion was 'rejected war to a just and favorable it-sue.

.,r : *e fee this letter.Jet-jxnic The decree being carried sit in the operation. This Committee is .of squatter sovereignty." After explaining ; ayes 50, nays 137-Franklin Pierce I n the same year he toothed the ''ppmt of

flat to the nmrt intelligent the Corresponding Committee of the Eastern the Nicholson letter to mead that voting in the affirmative., Southern ISTiiIlificationf) aiid'saved oar country
r4 and portion dour people are
patriotic -
driven from all Federal offices proeribedoaud District," which signed themselves as "THE INHABITANTS OF A TERRITORY HAVE A Mr. BcHiIJfn moved to strike out all of the from civil discord.

follows : BIGHT TO REGULATE SLAVERY FOR THEM- resolution after the word "injtw'r*," and insert In 1836be.served against the Seminole "THE MOST COMPLETE-ACCURATB fc.
of-Federal iu short
and deprived patronage'; JOHN BKOWARD, HELVES" and enforcing the doctrine by an "Into the moral and political effects of Indians in Florida.. AND-RELIABLB DICTIONARY OP THB
vi; and fur
thetkrezaTL.4 men, no other CniKtEs BTRNE, argument of some length, he closes : the pension laws of tbe. United: Slates, and In 1837"with; admirable energy and. tart, LANGUAQE-"
eanM tliaif}hal they are yet unsubdued, "I thin" is of and without tn 0j)(., he calmed the -
. JOHN HOLMES. repeal, a question common bow far the same ought Lobe modified or.repeal patriot
.4-' and rtiUrife their .voice, in defence of disturbances : g6e
sense, [a very poor compliment to the Eastern ved." upon OUT extended Northern -
Southern rights. This Committee, in its' torn, put forth an Committee and I the descendants frontier.
,] suppose On motion of Mr. Everett, the consideration
:. P Bat la return* to ihfo reviTeil doctnne of addressj'bearing very much the impress of of the crew of the Bounty, who occupy of the resolution and amendment In the same year he effected the removal '

'I nonTeKalahce" and ''tacit obedience." We !the mental sygnet of the second signer, the Pit cairn's island, and amount, I think, to pontpcned. was of Cherokees. in a manner that won the I
'. vould..at'kbat was the reply when our editor of the ATctrs-which address of ihernoble
present about one"bundred and thirty, have just as 1 hey were subsequently taken and gratitude tribe and the admiration -
forefather, before the Revolution, were reQuired sets out with declaring that the nomination up of the whole
much in the of God
right, eyes man, to pro debated on the following days-15th, 16th, country.
j 4 to submit lo the Stamp Act and Tea of Cass.and Butler mee's their unqualified vide for their own government, as have the 17th, 22d, 231), 29th, 30ih, and 31et January In 1839 he eanred the distinguished title

Tax f' ljd they ignobly acquiesce because it approbation." They said the prevailing dissatisfaction of -The Pacificator .of the Northeastern
two hundred millions who form the Chinese 1834, and February C, 7,and 8-without .
: i, VaaLU> >est the. ) could.get,? and bold bad ugiven way before a, full empire, now our.rieighbor on the Pacific." any definite action being had the them. Boundary," and saved his country.from a "
:1! 3 lMtees1iee&\i e they had not been taxed and candid investigation of tbe position of Having been taken upon bloody and wasteful war with Great Britaiu. A.ndthirty other members of the United Stat
This is the front view of the picture of up again on the llth
,
.ix Jc tU* pound on Tea instead of three Gen. Cass on the great question of Southern Senate.- >
1 j and because the Stamp Act xvas nn worre ? rights." The objection to Gen. Cass intellectual greatness anr} moral sublimity" February, (see page 317,) Mr. Cbiltoa Allen In 1847 he opened the
in the address of the Eastern demanded the previous question to off splenJed military
pourtrayed to ns cut
DID TOCT NOT fiTRF.Il BE I : SECESSION -UNTO REVOLUTION ? the of the rights of sovereignty .
unou question call for the reducing" the city of Vera Cruz and the
One fact io the the previous question was sustained
more belongs series- ,
in'afteryearA, when the the Territorial toe TJnlted States.
t : 1An4 majority paeseJ existing in squatters and the main impregnant Castle of San Juan d'Ulloa, af- Preaident tl
member of the Committee who attended question was put and the resolution
as a -
the Alien and Sedition lawn, did not the mi.toOTttjr territories having just been acquired
-IMSW ter an active siegeof but four days.
v delegate to' the BaltimOre Convention of adopted; 120, 86-Frank-
btdedIy.-Jefferon and Maui on, Mexican into which the South yeas nays James W. Bryant
by the war, April the 8tb be fought and the admirable ,
lift won
Fierce the >
J852, the editor of the.'Afars in all voting in negative.
; I RESIST, UNTO NULLIFICATION her with present ATtORNEY CoCHSXLLOK-AT-lA
AND I
claimed! a right to carry property battle of Cerro Gordo, and ,
: finally' tri mb1n their effort to restore tbeConslitulion out restriction from ,u squatter sovereigns." the batloltings of that Convention cast not Amongst those voting in the affirmative in to the Americans the to the "dominion opeucd. Win (except weatsioestinay rtquii his a'
I. Wbeu National Banks, Protective'Tar Madison State Convention which bad one solitary vote for Lewis Cass-" the picture opdtition to Mr. Pierce, we find the follow ; path scnce from the State) attend to Pnftsafoual tpointmenU
The of the entire
esterii
Continent.On *
of moral sublimity"-although *ie was ing distinguished names: J, Q. Adams, Chil- in the Courts of the Eastern Circuit
;. : ifla, Bankrupt Laws, Internal Imfforctnent sat some time previous to the condition of one of the mo.t prominent candidates for ton- Allen, John Bell, John Blair, Rufus the 19th of April be entered the. city of Florida, and in the Federal Court for ta4 ;
.
.i' ; LAWK, and the u-TrcMnry, be:4 things we are now describing, had unequivocally Choate of JalapaOn Northern District of..Florida.EK -
: tbe'-sittVed of the the Presidency; and was only set aside because ThonusCorwin.Dan' Crockett, D. -
cane policy majorities declared against territorial sovereign the 22d of be WILL ALSO ACT AS
W. Dickinson April, occupied Perote.On AdK-TT.
,, EJward Everett
the being, iras it 'ever thought of instructed the he belonged to the class of greatmen1' Millard for general Business in the State,
or ty, and had delegates appoint Fillmore. the I5ih of May, he took Piif hla.Ou respecting? :
/
B. Funster A. G. Hawes
demanded that'the minorities should cease ed by it to the Democratic National Convention whose nominations were not lit to KicbarJ grants and donations of lands, and the locatiob
the 20lh of
August, he won the three
M. Johnson
be made.1The Cave Johnson Luke thereof.
Lea
or eclliog
tbeiroppoisition to those measures ? NOtboee accordingly. After the nomination of i :
distributed James K. Polk, James Standifer, Samuel great victories of Contreras-, San Antonio AVOASAOXST -' .
: BimorUiM were at the North Cass the Central Committee, -
desperately
moral of the Bunch, and W. M. Inge. Those in and Churulusco. 10 r,the eoDeetlon of Claims the United
whole is that italics upon
and the & and allowed their a party
: >" were contiUUionil him hoofs horns
) ; bent swallowing"1 ,
on On the 8th he States for other
with belong to the Tennessee' September, fought and Military or services, pensions
:;:I pnvilege of liberty of speech" hair and all," issued the Circular' before referred such' leaders ought not to be trusted ; The committee delegation. won' the brilliant battle of-Molino del Rey. aii Iiea famished Tolanteers, and for.horses of .

4 Wfreedotn of discutsipn," But it, bas to,. in which they declared that the their violent denials of Gen. Pierce's antislavery appointed under the resolution Oa the'lSih cf. September be carried Other property bst,for which the United State -
sentiments to unheeded. reported, on the 25th February a bill to by is lab ..
ought ,
been rwtrvcd for this question of slavery! in Madison Convention in their requirement, go the terrible
1 .:_? .. which the South alone bas been thrown into bad raised a new and false issue." Here Br.riit children ought to dread the fire. catty into effect: its object. (See page 353.) storm scattered Heights and Fort i ess olChepultej'ec .Fore1gn Uiuliiess.-J. W.. B. will p.',,
the Mexican attend to the collection of CfoUu and other Pro
- .;.. the minority, herein a r.evr rule is to be was,an instance of deglutition perhaps the Pierce is as likely in the end to prove him THE ACT be or 1832, which was thus proposed from the gates of Helen and San Cosume army, fessional Business*la England,fnd bo the Conti*

( adopted, and denunciation and proscription most remarkable on r.cord-not like Saturn self .unworthy of the South," as Cass to to extended, gives to surviving officers and mode a lodgment in the Mex nentafEordpg.r .
capital
SI. are \ti be substituted in the place of argument.1 swallowing its own offspring, but the offspring declare for squatter sovereignty. By eschewing non-commissioned officers, musicians,tot' ico. (Cjrpuriog hu aoeenM.'JpBX W. Pucx, Eiq.if -
. ? the advice of such leaders, the diem, and Indian spies of the old continental .. ill act in hu stead Id FIOrIdA ."
s swallowing its own father-the Central On the 14th of
?i. >- S S Committee rather South wiil be saved the painful necessity, line, or State troops, volunteer or militia, who September, he marched his i-Jacksonville.' .EastFlorida." .'
swallowing, devouring -
or
of heroes six
scarce thausandme
1 A But -TV ti e jjureufd this subject far the requisition of the Convention which regard to their counsels might one have served at one or more terms two -years into army the halls ol the Montezumasind broke, I B P'iJ .

enougb j6T" tbVpre aU we, shail probably which pointed it 1 It was this conduct of day involve, of cutting the Gordian Knot" during the war of the Revolution, and have the Spanish dominion in America.

4 4 I1 refer to it bereajtci Tate U in any point tbe Central Committee wbicU the News de which binds her to the Union.Hore .- not been provided for by the act of 1823, the '.A _ _ General- Commission Merchant- *
amount of his full said line according Sff.WATER ST., NEW YORK. .
$ tfti, TilL: bOC rR1)r. or icacicscENCfi is nounced. Let-it now be added that the delegates pay in ; PIeres' AnU-FaglUTe-SUre-Law S ntlBEBETHCrAKEC > STEICT and prompt attention given to the sale cf
his but in 'ex
, .l A .Mossraovs OKJ; AND WHEN AP- to the Baltimore Convenliou.did not Proof from the Record to rank, not: any case to 3ut, all artiftles of produce entroued ti> hia care} -

c' FLIEr>'TO'THE' MEASURES OF THE give their adhesion to or acquiesce in the ., ceed a captain's payduring his natural life; and all orders promptly complied. with.ap294f -
.
ADJUSTMENT. IT BECOMES HIDEOUSIN of SHOULDER those who have served a less- time, but-lees -, :.. .. -
nomination Cass. They, or two out of TO SHOULDCK wrra J.C.CALHOUR!" : -- '-
ITS. DEFORMITY !ii! than SiX i months.- uronnrtinnaia .nay dnrino I, Gen Pic&cc ,i* thus 're ported ,from hispeechdeliveredatNew
/ ------ ;
the three of them, regarded him/ &y, as their -Pekln Tel Company. Warehouse
life the 4ih'of March.
letters in the papers of this State are now on READ THIS. FLORIDIANSI! -from 1831s -- .Boston- in January
tD'Ab COM FORT TO THE DISU- record to show. Although the Southern champions of Next, as he appeared in 1838- Iast: ; ; -' ; Y rk

r MONISTS OF'SOUTfl CAROLINA back after Gen. Pierce have He referred to the ConstitutionJ the'Covntry, '4- .THE''PEKIN.:"TEA!COMPANY las
t? But to come a digression, to paraded good many votes
: AGAINST TIlE .OLD'BrfOLtmOHERS. and in a pious train of thought,rtfosniized the j- been established.many jean, asdJiaa
ci ii :i From ifce Sews of May, 1351.JtdJrest the"Corresponding Committee of the Eastern of his while in Congress, to show that he At 360 of.the House .Journals of HIGHElt uA W,'and"that jMctr abate all CmttitutiJM. always maintained a high reputation
District," with'Dr.- Byrne probably honored was uniformly against the reception of aboliticn page ." Hit position Keit wasfowMqnnocal, for Teas of the most delicious character
ff 'fit 'Souther* Rightt Convention at with the drafting of their address. This au- petitions there are on record a few fatal Congress for 1836, it will be found "that the thai the Rev-? Mr.fostiformerlva clergyman cttkis and fragrancy, and at price which have in ,vary, -:

VLtI ChDSt4p to Hit Southern lligldt AitociatiffntWe dress approves uf the nominations of the exceptions to this alleged course of action. bill No. 353 xvas introduced -"to, extend* the town, could but auent to U at "SUFFlClKNTL Y instance- gives satisfaction. The Teas an war '-
izn'cf entitled "FANATICAL" TO SATISFY ranted and bt returned if do not
r We provisions ..an act uppe.mentary TUB MOST pure may they
have
Baltimore Convention, and approve of the another unpleasant development ULTRA be -The Teas
; lathe act for: the [relief of certain ABOLITIONIST. prorate as they are represented.
publish OQ our first page this Address action of the Florida delegates thereto in particularly important to'the people of Flor- and soldiers Revoltsiapprovd7th After reference his achi sold by this Company are done up in 1-4 lb., 12lh.
p *hich.we epmmend t the aitention of all sanctioning the action of that Convention da. We have already published the vote In surviving officers June.1832.of? the to v ments- in ., and 1 lb.- packages- making it convenient _
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At its nominees One of these delegates which be refused allow : ; Mexico for country merchants to have a mat variety
our readers. Emanating as 'does from a and to Mr* Brooke, ;df same'Journal
At"paje" 1,250, it is stated with a small outlay of capital. hotel keepers
' Connt composed d ofabout four hundred .I.'C.McGehee, came home,'and at. Virginia, to bring his.two. jnegiroes, to the".District that 'i he; priiiciple.'pf this_bill' (353) was He The taia maker it *(oio Ac took vp the subject of Slavtry. may: always be certain of baring OB their table s

.. %; and delegates.. ; 'portions!I of the tempted to get a letter into the, FIoidan, of Columbia Now see another engrafted asa amendment on the bill H, and.was 44 tons regarded greatett trouble of tht country. uniform-ciaraoter of Tea; which Teas, of which

. '.,. States we tnaV Ukett as an authoritative the Democratic organ< at Tallahassee, explaining vote coming home to thelnterestsof the L212and Ias.ceuIhhdH u ejbutdj4no himself "HE NEVER by -SAW Washington.A HUMAN At for there is/a-large voriety, are done up in three
t'c tuuhclatibn the determination bis reasons for not slave-owners of Florida. BEING IN BONDAGE wrappers.- The inside is of lead the second water
: : and will of coalescing ;at the Senate." WITHOUT FEEL
'1j ., of Sonth Baltimore and unable to do, It was said pass ING HIS HEART REVOLT AT IT. proof paper,and the outside Chinese rice pa*
Ibe.vpc Carolina. WE wxr was BO, as we very boastfully, that FranVJiri] At-page 1,044, same Journal, the'title ,of RY IS CONTRARY. SLAVE- per. > -
- : HOW TAft IT AlA 'nXEDMCT,' TIlT THE learn from a letter to] that effect which,th Pie ice was so sound on Southern right that bill No. 212 is given in these words: An act TION in. tome TO THE CONSTITU For sale at tbe New York price*'for cash, by -

*tAn or. SOPTQ CAROUNI WILL WITHDRAVV delegate addressed to another journal at that nobody was to be compared with him 'except extending provisions'of-the act entitled an character of ttu nation..rttptctt" amaral, "blot' upon""the the Agent JOHlTA.jAAYER,

: A FROM THE PRESENT CON.FEDERACY time published in the&amecity.., It was John C. Calboun. What followwith --- 154 Brighton st.. SSaraanalij Ga.
; ( to the act for The in the '
ac supplementary the''relief of report Manchester Democrat Fob. 264f :I" : .
? so toon as the Convention of known that the delegates'did that' acquiesce the vote there recorded ebq'wcjin"what Avay certain 'officers 'and soldiers of the Revolution" further proceeds the *
.; 4 the State; already elected, ,meets next win in the proceedings at Baltimore 'and yet the they pull together. Pierce on one side and Pierce had said upon that same subject.law Mr. JORNNAYERDRUGGIS

I; ,b ter,:unless Jle grievances of which the, in Eastern Committee said they "approved of Calhoun on the other. And that.orr no less At page"1,045,same Journal!, it will- be in no particular diflrentitoaiJhe thepresent. law was of .Io.1SI Urowghtan street, .

,; : common =irhb 'very other, Southern Stale, their course,1* although they .were ready to question, than a petition to'abolish slavery found that the oueMion hem nut n in 1793r 5 .-. : '.OFFERS for sal every article lmblj

1PI complains, are rfdreicd. and unless the ugjref sustain Cass! "is there any Parallel bre in the District and in Fjorida, and .thej aVp whether this bill a'hould be it 'final Uere'Mr. I line of business, besides- "
conclude" trade He would hot Jet put upon Foss said, that, without interrapUne Spirit Gas,;Gas-JLampsJDampaiafv
fi- ingSiales to tbecase'oftheWbi, of Florida between the Staler -
ioakeaguoi
roaWt ; ? party the vote stood 89 tht
passage : yeas ;;nays.86 speaker,i wished to make an inqairvOIf LareLh'Wursntertsh.Qa4e
7lttp6 bkrards. 8uslainingjMrCabell, (who distrusted Scott two negroes come toihe 'District in 1&34; -
? ,) Franklin Pierce voting in theJnegQtivei.At ) in no partiioUr diTsrenU.why was it,necessary : Setdj, ; -
&avi*& difKiiticti, rttn ifwthad the and their support at the same.time the and in l839be'cewiIIigto listen tdj a page;i,049,:it'will, i be .found, that topus'tbe Present lawl"enera1P.repliedthat. - -- S Sefirs, to: eoV.

:: 'rr-Weaar'ici- 'people of that nominee of the Whig National .Convention ) proposition to! prevent their passing from motion being made to lay this bill a ( : the old lair eoidd- sot S S At wholesale and retail. ,
the
.2 &at l ii taergencyr Ta'ry,4u our qua. 1s1erwe .askniore emphatically and one State to another- tnd for making a free upon be executed because iU execution depended N. B. Spirit manufactured, and'always fresh,
loi of table, tbejrpte upon (he, motion ,to Jay on the State'Couiii. lie also maid wmetbiug which and for sale M low aa can be purchased in th.:
-l' are the ist joJprs wbat'course they more interrogatively, a case of more bald State.of Florida. the table.stood:' yeaji68i ',lllfrdnk wag not fully ondentood, about tbe law Tot I79& Northern market, tot cash or approved credit, -
lkr irioei'and we in Juti cannot find contradictjofe; of, sinister obliviounness, than The.Alexandria'"CorfW'*.brings to.light the tin Pierievocing in affirmative. as baaed partly on the common*law, ."
; ; e : faulOitb ihenr forbeing: npcrejtrtive"under that ol' those Democrats who rebuke Whigs following: -" "" 1 _, "J. '- At I.047--48'it wilt be He waithea asked "Wa 'either'th* law of i: IfdW GoodsT New Goodi ISS5 I

irfidtlipa'and. Insult thtn we have been for supporting;: Scott apd CabeJ It ,Ought 'orthe informatidaPpf those who are laboring the main page .tonnd' that 93, fir the present,law, 'fonndcdJa;'anjr> degree

Ottraelfts* We have ever deemed that Chose not they who::through smere fecundity of to show the devotion'of Gen. ;Pierce bill, 'Shall question-being the bill prit".tbe'upon the same.. upon Gtn.the: P common r ..-.44lcan'l-go1 Uwt" / into", At Wholesale and Retall.JTJST .- l -.

wb ait &fife and take the blows, are the words, are enabled to condemn and denounce to the institutions and interests of the South, 109, nayajitf pass Franklin. vote Pierce stood; npon.(he,e mmoo law.?V .. '. disquisition RECEIVED, direct from New York, a

: aeaffndees *rben :be blows should be'eiveh Wbics. without having themselves a shadow .we extract the following fronV the1 Rational yeas ". ." voting. The inquiry was then made, "Do you regard- Assortment 'of Fashionable Spring S

; itd received* rb of' fctraightfcrwardness propriety eitheras' Intelligencer of January 5th, 1839: $4th.I4gvte1. : i the teatorea of.the Fngitive SlaYe law as connst- Dresi Manufacture Goods,,of French,,la British, and American

South" Oirolin* being a wsvere'ign and in- to party;tactics orbigb brinciple times ,, ( 8iuw.JJAinTAY 3rd. 1839. sat Gtn.wIth fier.et.-comm. aUwf*; .. tm'uit: French oil coifiprising cot d Ginghams part, American! -

deMndeatfiuLtci hut perfecLir.gtit.to settet past.'- who have, played' the Janui in manoeuvring -, Mr. McKeaa presumed a :''memorial from The act of 183gietqwidowa of officerVVo do- not: ;IhaM-beenatktdfllileeft'Uii"fFfft'ty answer JVb, / French, Eneluh, and American Print, .

% ftsmthe Vnr WhiCh she and the weathercock in certain ladies in Erie country, Peonyfraiiia gas.law. Fugitin Fornjtnre.Chlnts.Fij'd.and .
voluntarily professing -..entItled. o pensions Under,the act J aas-tredLyo. I uv azosr, u. 'WjLswns
satsatinto, rhini,1nbet' ; j dgthentthe_ 'Bought not they to ..bide themselves:in rehaveprompted praying a law of Congress .ABOLISH BLAVIVRT ofiJuneT, J832n rried'priprioI'th'e; eApira* votirnio 7ZUNoT THK orvisour, or A*>LAVB. Do.Jackonets andMnstlns, Hlaur; &n4F'd. Swis Mas>.

IafIft1.-nd pr sevition -It VL people re- tracy, iher than set thems lv up as pre.ptora IM THE DISTRICT or COLUMBIA* :AND THCTHRRITORyOFJFLORlDA lion of .the,last,period of.said t officers/&c.v TH: Fuamvx. Here SLA v :LAW is C.PPOSBD' -TO BINMXxrrr. .. UUJ, S | S_ S

4 ba in an4 exemplara of poitca) rectitude I ; / J of: the service, anJ before the let- January," 11794, opposed to[ right some VJ Yes one.\ f inquired--t'ii opposEd 1*to it moral not .. Cambricj and Jackonetspain and checked,

wwaon with .Flordi .nd .every r VeeJ&f WJ1CM 'giotvn. so" great" alto prevention vfcthaltraffic.betv; >eei? the States for: live yeari'aft th 4thbfcMarch1838: ; right. Butourfathen mada ,-compact, and 'FJr/d Borages, SUkTtoa_ **",very rich* ""j* S.1rd.

p;; i State She has a right, and ihoula ft*per.' the Joq.alry,1.-1 wbat'ineat be The petitipnera.desired a reference tp"'aK6electcommitteei : thtj annuity>? ens6niwhlch"'mfghthaye! !: we most fulfil U.. I lay nothiaj'of the humanity S 't rnst ..
ied to witlidraw ihut it fed m moral proportion* he was'dimin. it t ,1-: ,. ofifr-aothingof the'Hgbfflf it7 Black Silk;very ehaspXaeseIli. r -
E f ,peaceably may on, : been,allowed,to th ;ir husbands io'TJrinli!of and Florence Silks,ofevery eolorH r
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bqII otherwiie, &dtheFede& tbon.jesmayhsvsbeeomeaodebueb,4thelj- ;s1ingiqronitbsmfthlness'of'agnat' ; to Mr. Williams, of Mississippi, movedto said act it; livinga(; he jtime-it,waft passed. This j corr, -Crape Shawls,plain sad embroidered* -- -

$ airs" s -4 .: lay}he motion to' receive oft thetable.i InrlSirabilbpajised. the House ol Reipresentatim pondent of. the Matichesterpaper.. Fhe 'Pans Kid Gloves,Black and eol'd Lace Mlt.
I M UK<*; itlm1 !> Bui'w1aj lfer Concord Democral Do- Silk and Llslr Gloves; --
dwrbathty fto* of to* eittDil giveathe
? uestlqauivirilloryaJ thf act of 1838abpve following v rc
u ; persnheraJQ: tkZTaw4hyT jn ntof the views Uhe delegatea'tb! Balti. order, .k j : b mentiboed,.,and.1 whertJl; ;, reached; the; iioaif'the l guage( .. 'Jenny Uronie-tlBpedBooUes.Llnd Polka Gaiters Opera, Gaiter,., : -

(INst aiW Ou. TuzaiilcDzaD, more in 1 B4 -with" wbicb tie it ioUudnu& ; refl',that. oth the Senate'!t'lyas resisted,byMr.VPieTC :V>The #{ {'< Single Ties, Buskins, Slipper. &o. -

4 ,,,L JE'tNuoF WAIt..thdrsi of theEastert Committ&iaddre s11'in.J9 f objects enbra4ialbe i feeUtio woMajf Senate debate for 1841, an published: .the i&' &SJi&/frtisv Tbe most approved rtyles of Sprinj Boaaetv
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Jansweygd -
$ BanieuTriciOv' .
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pkiJi7 ; ; Globf '
probability notbeprsqtteJeE tegislaVtioirby ] Cofigretsiofiai nn 117ft alfoirttbt D4Z '
,,ING FEEL1NaATTHE nf tlta K t h.Vtnn
is contestwillbe VetEIotidsj'uflOfth5. d4eJtMjtflding aiWffsss .
an tbSenate for. 4long'time to comevOn e &Peithzts4 kspeh itihi25tb & ... 5- }'rench Iowsraich Bonnet Rtbbouaj r -
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J MuiuJu1LaaeMkr purself, .in.the JanoIaIanrsnS the receptongiTentuby : this accouot,4b reforef1f nobthir;it-was JuJy"5 18&1h hiC! CntZ.mn'e .. ,
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'Dtrn ? th kill IItlQ3,on.the.psssae oL11aEat..ait;re1ly InQuire ?VJf 1twiooppose inmtJiJtjVVGjeneral rt Boots,Gaiters, s.adSltou. .
'1' : 1. to bi raan4eU* A14 exposure'olJa.e tIrBeiis, ::1 to 4ht U w$1 as ,Rare* ti Ready mCugjjt414 artsnj,

: j- rep1e4t"Yogiit iaoppo t oratrfgbt.' .iome"very fine, -
tr; f-That n r ,
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< taT ; ,) iemeI rh. subatsab, .&Cdmniry merchants sappHed tot taa, l rsu-
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wt1 ., -# 4l- to ih4 01 ibe remark upon .
: 14tt; Staira qo- eNewYorkpde1'ba eoantry publlo,
ottmfqsngto;
; 'ae. 7IOWO tUonm rkslnelnde '
J ther.ryIaa'sue4 by are so1icItc e.csU and azs 3eodsaprJcss.
2L" l 415j1Pr toe rcgrew had tb4 G$n ril,M taken 4QnIis.t1Llt jn uV, apAt
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