The Florida Republican
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Title: The Florida Republican
Uniform Title: Florida Republican (Jacksonville, Fla. 1848)
Running title: Florida weekly Republican
Alternate title: Semi-weekly Republican
Portion of title: Semi weekly Republican
Physical Description: v. : ; 58 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Columbus Drew
Place of Publication: Jacksonville Duval County E.F. Fla.
Creation Date: October 19, 1854
Frequency: weekly[july 1856-]
weekly[ former june 1848-apr. 1856]
semiweekly[ former apr.-june 1856]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates: 30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with July 6, 1848 issue.
Numbering Peculiarities: Suspended Apr. 6-June 14, 1854; June 5-July 9, 1856. Cf. Gregory, W. Amer. newspapers, 1937.
General Note: Editor: C. Drew, <1848>.
General Note: Publishers: C. Drew, 1848--1851-; Thos. C. Blanchard, -1855-- Jan. 17, 1856; Charles W. Blanchard, -Feb. 7-Apr.16-,1856; William W. Moore, July 9, 1856--1857-.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 3 (July 20, 1848).
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[ lIterCit,Clal .. responded by passing the act of 26th 'The,inference: ,to my..mind, is' irresistible la: '.'or'1823 .and 1834; vfas not'judicial Adams i 'and::.Mr.rDcOnis, and: among' to a just indemnification for .slaves w'i:iih 1; ot'1"9 "'(aM4'.fji: J II

rL cnittre;; on Foreign of June, 1834. See L. &" B. Stat. at ; th they: did not intend .-au. ; but in the:haturebf aii award, other memoranda 'passh between and other property rrlediway: in WmCl* JJ iiaT l.S. .1Q)1t'Wu--) :

r. fit m lIj Ztplzad Large,' vol.3y p:' 569 V thorize the allowatce of .- It'confidiiillybeli ,subject to'the' rerisiono1-th&Secretary them, islto: )be found the following! ,'in' violation of the first article..of' the 'agreed deferences-irf, 'on.'account Pf"

;- 'tilt, others, for tM Tae first section- of this act, an- is vcd,: that in all the nuverousVV ;of'the Treasury; b1t:n t'subjeet ,relation the! trea% article ninth. treaty of Ghent. What is a:luSt in losses suatwaed: by 'citizens pf. : theynitedVStaiesfor i

the losses st&L. thorized and, directed the Secretaryof : acts.of1 cOfl,1-TCSSVfOI- liquidation to the revision of the Supreme: Court; "To'tho.above 'clause,"-,((9th article;) demnification for a .wrong? Is" (a : ] :captures< bV V the V

.:z J.inWat"on Lylh the. Treasury'to .pay .the amountawarded'by .: and stttkmcnt of,claims: against and dismissed the'appeal,for want of Mr.,DeOnisJadds, "That tho United reparation of one-half two-thirds subjects or't should b
'.. At in A, troops Ope.ltlw,1mcrican in the'Judgcs or.t the, Superior : tlte. Government/ there As.no instance' in jurisdiction. It will, ,appear from States>ill satisfy.all the just claims of that wrong? On these,few sim to a commission i ;:to ..decide! This* t,

:' which satis.tts'prfflI.istd Court of, Augustine, under which interest; has wer'him allowed. except this'statement, that no branch of, the which! -the 'inhabitants and the'Span.; pie",ideas,the' whole question turns. commission: awarded, i interest on the

[",,J 11813, and for under the treaty the act'of 1823, for'losses] occasionedin.East only, icheri those acts have'expressly Government, except the Judges in ish officers of the Floridasjnay have If.anf injury j justly redrcssedwhic1 clain s.' ,SeeAmericanState; 'Paper3vol. >

r; / : ;Florida by.thetroops i in,the authorized directed its allowance. I Florida, have acted on the question, upon them, in' conapquence' of, tbemages.they IS only half; redressed, ,tho British- 2,. preigiCIRelations, p.283#...

19. fierficc..of the United States, in the feel myself, therefore, constrained to whether interest was duo on the may'have sustained by Commissioner is'right ; but'if Tin'injury THI1UflUNCE. V ,

\. -r CT TlI CASE. rears V'1812 and 1813, in .all cases 'entertain the, opinion that,'so.Jar as losses sustained by inhabitants ofFlorida the operations and proceedings of the is'jpnly'redressed, when the" redress .: .Dr the V' Convention, of Paris. ,' of_Ut 1>

1811 thc where the,Secretary should think the relates to the allowance of in.1812'and 1813 of ,American commensurate .
i5tofJainary, i interest, as part army,as is:customary with to the whole 30th Aprirjl80 ;L.&B.Stat: at Large

)' orthe United States passed I decision just.Tlicsecon4. .the decision of the Judge is unwar- satisfaction promised by the treatyof the" citizens of the United States, un. extent c of; the' injury, then"ber iswrong. .8 volumepf; 208v itwas stipulated E

and net, autborizing the section of this act,'authorized ranted and erroneous." 1819?" dersimilar circumstances i'! to which, VV V article' 1st hat;the flebts duo by 'rft
,!:: on or the United States to persons who,had 'not pre This full quotation from the opinion It is fair to presume, that the action Mr. Adams' wrote, "agreed." See Let us put aside the emphatic France to the, citizens ;of the United I V

t IIjOD of the Florida*, if:1JIcnement sentcd claims for injuries 1812 and of Mr. Crittenden has been made, to of the Secretary of the Treasury American State Papers"Foreign Affairs and striking rdjust, and take the States, : ontr cted before the '30th

fllould be made with 1813, to present them within one draw the attention of the Committee was regulated by the opinion of vol. -, p. 622. word} indemnification alone. "What. September 1800, shall be paid 'with'sixper

:jl 1 authorities for delivering year, and the Judge was to receive to it ; and my object is not to controvert the Attorney General ; and if it It is fair to presume that the treaty does indemnification mean? --The cent interest, from the time ?

; See Little & Brown's and adjudge them. V V the positions! assumed by the was, the Secretary did not consideror as actually written was designed to' saving harmless from danger'; Is that they >were presented to the French I i

;Large,3d"oL p. 471-2. I Under this act, claims were presented Attorney General, or to inquire into decide the question. It was carry outthi agreement, 'and that it man saved harmless from danger,, ,Government! ,.The 2d,3d,4th,5thajtf-! V .t
AertoI r of this action of Conthe by various persons, your petitioners the soundness of his reasoning-it is not considered by the Supreme was supposed by both parties,.that who is ,left to bear .one-half,of the cles" described the debts to be V paid

: American land forces un- among them. The claims simply to ascertain' what he has advised Court, for that Court held it had the satisfaction promisedVtohc made damage himself?. .The question is'to ] &e. '.' *Tbe9thttk1ethat: f, I 1

command of General :Ma- thus presented were acted upon by and thus ascertain the groundsof jurisdiction to consider and for the mjuri "s'c.,' was, the",same me'too plain for discussion., '7 as'the debts'are ..admitted: y shall 1,

fe,IDa I naval:> force under the the Judges, to whom they were committed the refusal of the Secretary to decide the question. Congress has kind and degree of 'satisfaction The ,British Commissioner, Sir be' discharged with interest at'. six:- !

.;,a of{ Commodore Campbell, and the awards,with the evidence pay interest. An attentive examination not considered or passed upon the. claimed by our government for:our John 'Nickoll. ,;who:composed part of per? :cenvby -,she' Treasnry of ;theUtqdVtteL ,.

-a of part of East on which they were based, reported of the opinion will show that on question. An act was passed to own citizens. the Board, under'the 7th ,article of : VV : ,;\' ,.

wscssioa to the Secretary.In the great question, whether *tho have these claims settled and adjusted A brief notice.of the claims which the treaty of 1794: seems Jo h3ve'entertained ''roujtra) ,: V
J -irfciicox .
L!Government disavowed:; the all the cases of your petitioners, claim of interest was a lawful and but) it does not appearCongress the United States have preferred a very different opinion : ;& ,

Mathcws, and said heweeded the Judges awarded interest. These just claim, and whether the United made any.examination of the detailsof against other Governments, will on this subject from his countryman, 3tfic, 'crniioii. of,1839i; L; ,

\\'General! his instructions. lIe awards! were made by successive States was bound, by honor and the these claims, or inquired into the show ,that'the indemnity or satisfaction who .is now sitting: toV.execute the !J.,atat. ,at I arge, p; 528;:,:yolume, 8,

dilsjrly removed from the Judges ; but the reasons and groundsof ] faithful performance of its treaty, elements of which they were composed we claim for injuries our.Citizens Emperor's. award.: His: .ords.arc, American it *'a %tIP1! ateer that the claims of !

tot the possession of the them arc explained by the opinionof to pay interest, the opiIiion of the or to have decided, in advance embraces interest. to reimburse to,claimants the original for the citizens Signature on Mexico of the ',Conven prsehVed V

u S' retained under his Judge Bronson, herewith submit- Attorney.General is silent, and the any'question arising in them. ,FIRSTr-GUEAT BBITAIH. cost;OV their property,!and all the shall be referred \
Governor Mitchell and ted. Upon: the awards and explana- claim i is! disposed of by him, without Indeed, as the treaty provided that expenses they have actually incurred, together tipni: ,
. 1st. By.the 7th articlerof l< the ., .By ,the 6th, article Mexieer t&scryes (
the claim should be treatyof trith interest the whole amount I
PinckDey. tions, some remarks may not be im touching those:: questions: He says : provided by on '
law it would have been indecorous to : 1794, 8lh vol.,. L., & B. Stat. at would I think be' and eight to issue Treasury
"It: ;is to into the ,. a'just adequate
look to the
tat this day proper. unnecessary go, !
i ia! Large, 121; various citizens of the notes, bearing 8: cent Interest
have done p. This I believe is the per
cl Governor 'Mitchell, we First. The estimate of the losses question of interest, &c. The single so. compensation. and ., I
" United States had received receivable in'c1ue On these- I
I efled to believe that such sustained is restrained within very inquiry is not whether interest This question; not having been damageby measure of 'compcns tion. usually claims the American citizens claimed "
and ,
moderate limits. Sea Island Cotton in of passed on. the claimants, after many irregular illegal captures, or made by all belligerent nations for
odretentiou of a neutral terns ought justice, or on principles and teresL The' I
condemnation of their vessels and were allowed j
"I one of those acts of politi- which sold at. prices ranging from analogy, to be allowed, but whether years of fruitless efforts to obtain"adecision other properties. It was agreed that losses: costs and damages' ,occasionedby American COmmisSiOners, Mr. Wm. II I II

itiwhich the Government, I It 50 to 75 cents per pound, is estima- the Judge wa.; invested witliaulhoriy find themselves compelled to illegal captures. L. and Mr.H.M. I
in all such case;::, where adequate Marcy Bretkenridge/ I
orcumftanced, could not ted at the minimum of the range.- to allow it." He then quotes from press it on the attention of Congress. : Now, at the time,of the wrongs. speaking this their 1 i
,. compensation cannot be had in the on snbjectin report :f
flo with confidence foundedon under consideration as'to' J
Corn sold'at St. AugustinQ at one the act, to show the Judge was authorized They so, a c were,
. It imperative thebaent : 30 Ex. ,Doc 291 2d
' i. TOS upon ordinary course of justice, full and (see p: I
of their demand and Great Britain neutrals and friends 1
the'justice ,,
' dollar bushel. The planters to examine and adjudge V ,
0: to snield the inhabitants per Session 27th The ,
complete compensation shall be made ; Congress,) say.
in the good faith of Congress.: and stood protected by the most ;sa
Southwestern country from whose losses were V estimated were I the claims for Josses-?ays that the different rates of interest
fcr the the British Govern applIedto
t same by :
result of the foregoing cred of instruments of
the all
'. in St. Augustine interest is.distinguishable and differ- Assuming a treaty
mow of an Indian Var, insti-- usually consumers/paying ment. the" clah made averygCat difference -' ;
that bushel and ent from the losses themselves and statement, that the question peace In violation of this, treaty, .
"'the emissaries of a price per ; in'the amount of demanded.
country Under, this treaty, the cases were indemnity I :
whether the United States the slaves and
ifadf vc were then at war.jsit .- then the costs :of transportationhome. assuming that they are different, argues -I was referred to a Board, of which Sir other"property of V The claims: 'were, most! 'of
bound the with Florida to American citizens' carried
t as was the necessity, it The estimate of corn on that Congress intended to give : by treaty William Scott and Dr. John Nickoll, were away them, of long standing some exceed':
their is without the cost only authority to allow for the l losses::, pay interest on the losses sustained in the year1815, and have been detained '
[lie doubted that it was a vio- plantations both eminent English' Judge, were ing'twentyf years; :while the conv 1 --
the' inhabitants of Florida in from them since.,
. lour treaty: with Spain, and of transportation. AH the other and not for; interest on them, and by members. The United States claimed ever They tional! rate of interest in ,Mexico' j fs1
J the losses arc estimated concludes the with this declaration 1812 and 1813, by the operations of have thus lost the use of this propertyfor
F'p items making argument
nftl rights. up V veryVliighUie legal low
interest, and it was'awarded.. See : : rateisyery: ;
the is for the first eleven I
inity for these injuries to her in the same moderate way,-and I : "It is confidently lelicvcd, American army, list; of cases in American State Pa- years. .IsVthemea'grereturn the {former.varied according tothe; II I
entire absence the. that in all! the acts of Congress time, submit'cd to Congress, and has of the average value; .at the
there is from numerous '
an agfeement.betwecn the
in violation treaties
: of our ; not been decided by branch of pers, Foreign, Relations,vol. 2, p. 19, time the slaves and other propertywere parties;
. :; was!! one of the; Banding, \ awards of any disposition tp exagge- for *the.liquidation and settlement the Government, except any the Judgesof 20, 21 and 22. :.. taken from th< 'I, was sometimes aa hi -h as :3 ritr. .cent ,
inflame the amount of dama- of claims, against the -
of rate or V I,
demands The the Board of \11
iscstly!! pressed the United States Courts in Flori- operations of: nificatiou ofVthewho'V ', .
h.'C. tie '22d Teb819 t/Kre is no instance in ichich interest V. V .
to of ,
treaty ges. Commissioners for.'some'tim: V -
were, 1
I.ii da I will submit some views,' to theactVofVtakingths :''t V V : .
V ,
which was' ratified in Slaves taken are not allowed for, has been allowed, except only when interrupted ,IJYi i ments.nn4 .t '.) '"'""" .-n'.,' f. V
I'f'1. many instances houses destroyed these acts have dccidcd-or authorized show that justice, the faith of trea- gre wrong, is1 "np "longc -- :
and in .
expressly '
9tK which the 'e41.
the article Government refused for fflJV
If British
the ,a .
"4 this nation :: Whatever "t. ,
ties, and honor of the require dispbsitic V ,., .
not allowed for.: its allowance. V'V ,
\ are 'r: V "T. end It
StIteiI follows "
of :
.1 stipulated as : time, to pay interest for the time ', > ; VjJtwLu ,
to make V ; '
the a quest > j.
X fired States ,will cause satis- Second. The reasons for not allowing Clearly this opinion decides only payment.The this interruption but the American La8wDVW $o ueccaaarjf::: ) LU1reni* '
arises ; tribunal of the
,1vnil, tttk made for the injuries, if interest is explained in JudgeBronson's that! under the terms of this act, the obligation to pay interest Government insisted upon it, >and> it -settled by a and parties'own Te the question. .Five per cent. was
.1 in the 9th article of the treaty.- choice, can no longer '
iid1,"f process of law, shallblied opinion, and will be argued -; Judge and Secretary were not authorized of was allowed. See 'letters of RufusKing made averred ,to be. the legal rate, "and :
of part
hereafter. I will, therefore, to allow interest. It dcI The English version the a question. some ;of:;the claimants whose wes '
tr.Ida sh uofficcrs) and individualby I pass this subject, with the'single remark -I. cidos nothing on the justice of the demand the tr applicable; to this subject, Pnpers,01..2., p. "The first act of dispossession being, were first'examined, seemed:.con'cedp4hat V ....
words The thus established to be ,'is the .
...It the /late operations of that, as the acts of 1823 and or the obligation V of-the Government. States is in these will'cause satisfaction: to bo In this.case. the claim. of the United continuance_ of that dispossession wrong for it; vas: so;. yet'after all it
' *an in Florida." On 1834 were designed to carry into'effeet _' I States to interest;was founded'on is.by no means certain that it was> J
army ; the' &c. eleven at all l ? Is it
: made for injuries, The i years no wrong
. the the awards should The Secretary followed this opinion not high nothing explicit this :
i treaty, on
a. March, 1823, Congress the promise of a full and. complete f
EsiadosUtiidos consistent with the of nations
Spanish 'version i is.: "Y Ics I usage:. '
4;a let,to carry into effect this have been made as ,they were' made, and.refused to_'pay the interest: ; ; deJntioUnited .- compensation ; but the promise of which Sir John Nickoll -recognizes point way,!found( in t .Spanish Law.

ife of the trca1See L. & in the spirit, of the treaty. The but a strong conviction on the part of satisfaran States IDS prejuicios versus Perch satisfaction as strong'as that of full to: redress an act of wrongful violation -, The claimants. 'often demanded the r .
of the in the e-'- the claimantsthat the Judge was authorized highest cbnvcntwnal. rater but the at*
t.at t Large, vol. 3, 768. Secretary and complete compensation.2d. ; .
p. 7th ; 88 89 the rc'turnjat any'distancaoftime
men Peters' Reports V V by
'contains two scctions.Rctiou .- crcise of the power claimed under the to award interest' and, that p."If the Th first'article of the treatyof of the naked value 'of:the article l lowancpiu all cases,"except: -in a few
: t acts of' 1823 and 1834, raised the the Secretary ought 'to fol1ov'his the Supreme Court says : 218 ". on .COfltraCtVmAde1fl,. JheUnited
:! authorizes and.tli-: and ) Ghent, 8 Stat.. at Large, p. at the'date of injury?
Judges of the Superior question, whether, the interest, awardedbythe -.,rds..induccd the claimants to renew English Spanish ( for the. return of places V V States,:was..5: per cent: V .
stipulated This extract from
be their V and repolu- can, without violence,, be mado. to the"opinion"ofr. By the of 1848 wiffi Mexico'-
; could paid by application, treaty
and Pensaavc Judge : without 'destruction taking :
StAu-rnstino taken forcibly
him V I tion. was,. 'nnsstul bv. the. Senate: Thisapplication agree,"th construction, ':which: establishes In [ Wirt, expresses clearly and articles l '13;H, and 15, Stat: at Large,
I tP and adjut all claims. --- -- J.------ : this 'conformity t i 6ught to prevail. away,slaves,,or private property. the view of our (Jovernment.on volume
by an 9. 933the U.States
arising within their re- ThiS question was submitted the was accompanied violation of this article,' slaves interest p. agreed
from ." ,There,is ,no difficulty i in applying the right ,of our citizens to i
to the claima.'oUts
:*jurisdictions the inl1a i. Fernando Wood to' Mr. able and elaborate argument the British pay : citizens! on:
of tak
to case* able and that rule to the present case. were nVaway ,by: on the amount of injuries'dpno them Mexico
lthe same, or their rcprcsenigrccably Crittcnden, then Attorney Generalof Mr., 'Tallmadge, ;ondJhc V The Spanish"crb, "satisfaran," forces Claims for the injuries to by other go''crnmcntsin"i; lation (of not:ekcecdino three and aquarter'millions
. .. 'of of doUars in the _
.f. elaborate JudgeBronson; ,
and i it is fair to tfg"
to the provisions the United: States ; to what is the property of. our citizens were neutral rights. V '
to tully
in means pay
and these,claims were.
both of which willbo.foun'a.mong gregate paid!
f..r H.> article of the with that his_opinion controlled Government on Great /claims of V
lUemd treaty presume, the due, to expiate,.to atone, to reward, pressed by our The.total amount of the with intcr st.. Under: this .treaty in- >
The papers.
the ,action of the Secretary.: V &c. The English substantive used, Qur'citizens was $1,250,000 including .
of December; 1843, Britain.the V terest"wa ; allowed..:.on the-claims' -
, np IeCOnd section directs' the dc- reasons, therefore, for that action, ion0th satisfaction means 'that, which is '.l 5th) l article of the conven $464,000 interest. GreaV t Britain .' -"- '--' *',. l tt "
MAttorney' .-
to' .
any n (the Jud-rca, and the cvivlich. i- are to be: 'sought in the opinion: this question General was submitted'Nelson- 'whose' satisfied, amends, compensation, recompense tioii the.20th" October, 1812, (see paid; $1,204,960, which was I$45,040 our Cltizens.'Bn itisnof::'; pnly./- 10ur, ,d. mantifoneinationthat '

=1 they arc founded, to which will be found in the Opinions -, :, indemnification, atonement 8th voL Stat. 'at'.Largc, p.,250.) the less than our.claim. for principaland: : )
fOUdViaVt1iOphiIons 'we find 'the'gpvei
will be ; on- <
to tie Secretary of the of the Attorneys general/-. opinions two agreedto refer to This result shows that
V governments interest. we
:> payment discharge. .
of General 1, V ent recogiiisingi 'and i :;assert-
, 7Tliooa. being eatisticd that 1392 so much of'it as i applicable Attorneys p1U verb 'some/friendly, power the question, did not abandon our claims forinter :
; Mr.\ Nelson endorses' the, opinion of It is.obvious,. that thq Spanish Ing'ftIlg ts?'of ita ..citizens,, interest -
's arc just and equitable, .to, the .question of interestwill be additional !- implieslthat'more. : than nere'ndeln-, whether' the, United States were entitled : est, but carried -them out;with'.substantial /= .their demands, 'find iri
Crittcnden and gives\ on we
te provisions,of, the treaty, found in pages, 1394-5.. He, 'says : Mr. some that nity; .afonement, expiation, 'are, ex to restitution, or' full compensation success., .The application of cases, aaalogbus'to';;the* (
'reasons the opinion- many case .o
. the of to secondqucstionrit'appears for : for the'; \:slaves l removed. c viewsof the Government to.the '
ml ttoJay! amount any 'I" reSpect your do not' pressed. The EnglishVsubstantive these : c1aimanm-tha v'n'rin\ Lcognfses
the acts of 1823 and 1834 authorize V ; ; gqt r ,
.ndlltlS. to me 'unnecessary.to. go into the i of interest, and- may imply the same things }; for V the by ( payment> : <<
-IT*, Jhigadmany claims, wercV the general Question of,interest on the with V the rcthr'kI.. donotmcan :word, satisfy; :relates .rather to: t estate of RussiVwastheferC: His :.-. the lo t WilaWul/; capturesjcdide

tor. ?'the Judges, adjudicated : KaMtity or obligation of Governmentto. .concludes'- Vtht .theprin of: mind of :the :{r cipicnt'and; award Avas V rendered: V the ,22d April, Both ,i injuries :$rerp, 'committed t ;ji by belligercnt9the measure..of coimpensatipnJ'iS "

ail reported to the Secroin pay it., In this instance, the-single inquiry to Py: upon ; implies'that*'which! :fully gratifies his! '.1822. :.See Stat. atLargep,.292, and violation"' treaties:, Interest, las : the 1 'p :,cost; of. the t
broad and liberal equity lg1Da :
tie is .whetlicr interest ought injustice cinlcs of a ; which the recital V of-"the' 'treaty flf St. Pe- of the i ,to. citizens i \
cxercL-o of the, ,not claimant' not bo 'entitled wishes.Tho,.interpretation : part, indemnity our: prop ity'aU the eipenses,;ihey, ave'
\rtr. ;get> him by the 2d section \ or 'priTJ.ipk.oj analoGY" the present" ,his may demands. wpuldfmake.the promise of the United Petersburg," p.-282.; He, ,awardedthe was claimed by our 'Government; actuallj: 'incurredftogether with in.' ,

ctie- / ,refused to allow,all claims\ be allowed, but whether: \h&, Judge' to interest{:on States, to make satisfaction forthe'losscs's United StatCVCfltitICd' to a: just just,.jcmbraced? ;'in;thoivords,justn&mnfficibioi terestonthenirhole;: nt. Oe'Mur! !r

rkttit.: ? .incurred by, the operaf' lias been invested with any authorityto 'l'his'is a question enyhiclIVexprcssno ; sthin tl, a; promise to pay, indemnification! fo1erppcrty carried inVtheVawaidof! : theEinperor. : ij ( ,) 2Cfanch VVVvChariingBetyschooner
United on 'opinion-all: I intend( to.urgeis, -' -- _, _* .." ___ and.nnael'\UlS: award, of "Russia. Interest "is : c
. ... States troops in award?; And thig depend) of only the .exacts principal ::01 uioselossesdoes awarT j : : ,page 125;case oCAnnieMaria2d /
011I'i1L This refusal-was, the proper construction of .the act or thatunder\the' established! ,nsage;andover npt, 'meet. the proper: the /question 'whether:)interest 'iaspayableV claimed, by the Florida.suffereis, .as 2d, toni .33>ftheTcse,' of the ,

Oil' an extremely technical Congrcss.of.2GUi ,June, 1834 His the Treasury; sanctioned Department? ,_over the meaning pf the V treaty;, that inter; arose.It: ; was> insisted on just,.r
, V pf Ute word ldt,in tio whole and sole authority ,derived ;.again,. :by 'Government pinion : pretation whichrendersthe' ; : :promise by our._ Government; -. reparation. long: wjtheld ;- and,,, alsdj,; ; pf Ae ApplJon9thWheaton, V -

'eraonof the'Sth article J of 'from.that net-it is the 'standard ,by of the;:iaw.pfficers; btVthp 'pfr.-thp ,United .Statcsapromiso: : .to I The opinion of Mr/Wirf, thenjAt- under;,the promise,to.;"make."'satisfac 370.. i.: .V"
a8" o authority
the Secretary" 1' V
I This word he construed which jurisdiction mustbo measured : .t make ,a full indemnity for ,the lossessustaincdV torney: {General,-y as taken by the t ion. V .Thef.sanie; Ie"Ii. V

tfMtI.r ;.a ,tod thus confined the I and'limited. What is it I By; the to allowit.-! :; 1hi V the, most; fully/.expresses! /{ < ..themeaning I Secretaryof:.State. .As'that opinion.} The1 word .satiSfa tion implies In>cas dopte.by u'-

urrcd t to act ho authorized to ,Acting under { opinion, Clearly l the,."views,I of lour.! 'atonement .for: rogdone.-that; 'gven t ;
. the operations: termVpf! .the tcd, the claim ; ofthe :treatyjjwhich designed expresses I : }
.rrj 'sopion'ot
Ill again is established if:8.a
.tD Secretary 1itskVatt ntionV.toVit- now Y
JI8l7 and all cases the Government, ; has:Ibeendoner! "
and 1818.; receive, examine decided I J toViye redres3t6; injured, not wrong t :
lIDi i in La 'inth'd'ecrrice'bf for interest.: The question :: dated'Y;Ma2Ti82-i brademnificaUon Lh tth r tr tJutlet Opi. .. ,
t construction raa 'of crinsfo losses by the-troops: 'acts'of partially and imperfectly,butt;: give: See opinion : .
.rryrtur- beeo ) United'States' in by.this rejcction-was/that'the ; bf. e, r li,po t c.UnI ed .ta ). n 9.1 sin- lODi. "..11
,riff ; t-the facts, thaV the Ufa and 1834'did not'authorize the a Jfmr.' and< full redress;. This could'notbe.done OplI19ns! : { 1"11lt 1". qiivo :,V : "
ioflVof .Interest on. the 1823 -. \l of time '499 Mterargtllngt4at the c nven', 'means' Jut P"yt .el Fj' V
the aftcr'sucKalapse ; bi
1813. ,
and ; ,
; ittedVapple
1812 hVIiiition"of.the .
treaty was intcrst-t1I V we.h"J8J
<*!*- Secretary\ ro.pay the; ? inere to> pfbv .
this-bur nmentsaysinled '
cert ii orSttetenrgwa t ;: and i .
lat." fkl Xreriito.:JJme- amount .o( .such losses is. lya: to:pay. by pajinglmcrely- principal,:Sum Jion } : .t >: ,
, Ml "! ,which by distinguishable and different ;; : : : ploverhmcnt of .the' losses. ,The;original .injury 'carry: into"cffectifth:; ward;,of,"the ,Invest.5atisfactibnbeiirg! .a ge..or.WwoCen e

.lent.duo no means very1 tbVmlVeZVlt l : the iflthrO43TVnOt 1eeidcdpcrhapsii't rVafld the'iuesti i l''W J ) :t i! : ( O !l means! .
Emper ,
losses : cohtinued .and aggravatejiymthpldingajust of'state
the had been P.dlf
interpretation ; us ''the hhi e ; ttymayJavejnstiaeizinand'.b
art." .IIi i ;. ,Uiingtroin I tiven inquired Jnt fu M1 .A.,1..v't.nA..........1'I.w.. .rdntseltJ, e,says: m rC):>.t .. ti 0l 1 ,:_fm_ :
L..1DJUlice &thatjtlIkeVVWOUZ4VhavirckJ; payment there "' ---7- --- fie"dtl eU
? DV'V l
P Spain bad al1.nd'prcssed ? 1 4eciddtaftpayit ; :. tion: r./tl e' $ "*tt' *tplies "' :
UII may .1.1J : :
: moment the' cretary "
. interest" asifcllas "' :'4,I forbear: j& xYn i ;6uch om e satiot & Will C 4g'V V ,'i'IV:V gel satisfactha -: in this.cpse, tlL&GJkwaflccof : ; Euda cx.iiiiation' ..! for:'- ,4 f! V ) 'St;' : (
iiti't; X
I liDolUe- J'a8 undentood between, the principal that,was}lost*?,$>ut J 4' .D.1 l J.jtY. cl 1CS&1V, V : !To make atbarapavment;: : of'princu? "visi i orih iv tth :givcoiitnl t,tit4 pafties ti injiir j J ; nt&iniq! ia- lSiitmUstbe'radomtedlrtiiit ;

, i:mlnistcrs <1 j.etennmo -, IamOVVU2 V V : ( time: d ersQ ti,1 a 4i $: ( :., Bu erpioJ thch:w g ,ttfe{;! anipos-;
ompetentito 6djol ; $ .
\ the Congress alone] rt: g 9 sioJr: h :S pal/aiter\HcK'aper! > ; t'h t!& PJ.P'for ? I {.,De.\. !', _"
ft '
wh( llea" by1Ir; ; ;
:!Jnbra.ee'ILlI f ,its obligations, fnteryerifedfiwould'notVedress'the in- ; \ .seesioa''waa.th': : jtreatypeace
extent J> t1iThsti1ct" :
causes of the ';tn "")lrP al: watakk F. ,1 by .; ? : \ I clt1ie'' purpos'ofrs110wZ1iheib h" satactibn i Iii ;custbmary JVUli; ". 6o : VVo
"'. 'i,'V tbe .two nations and to givoor withold_'authorityTor Attorncj.th&; 1rute fjurydp'ne.; :: The"promise fOT.compel\:i ;: ;.conflict f:am- 'United States;: !{ s : a.h t1
oft. 'I IlIJ..3V:: f V __ '1..11.. ,- _:;"nlJJVoi: 4: 'necessarily)mean"ithej r'thero1S, an" the citizens of the under Ant i
- t.-w':. i Lnaj! on) the (acetLjid the;allowance 01 .1.11U,pnuczjJeLuujthe :: foFlridafrOm0c1sb0nfti ; satithtwbtild; j jP : .them vortowbat; :ex. similar, ircumstnn .This in'the : citizens: os' -
States es.
: bimity-Jbetwee) ) '
1 of the property lost, SupriG :: : 1f s f4 :cert i 111C ; actThisstId'byihe; Jrsaty,
value .fli' Ii.
variOus arti$1nanifesth&to : tO hasbeen '
Lt"r.u. o" c uttof,;; tori ; tent it existsTbecause.this, ,case ..of Great Britain,' included
. .* '- ;) 'exe with >d>V,, without (interest. jThcwhpleVgubjcctj Oomiofthe! United' tesrhisappl C t:1?; prpmise 'make Batisfaction fully' ,done'b ytheBritish'; ; and Ameimstersni8ufficientfor.my..ft' ': interestThe,'resultjs: plainVthe'treaty whicbprouiae4 i ,.'8kQ sttct -
\4fI..tntaon( ot--the: : "jfoa efoebefrco :: ? tli( i i : ri must me ..n.thpaymenL'of : : ;
l. wel.a3 )iiovisi6n.beg pa.'onlf deration:.: and\ : legislation t ;.ani ,. i 11, IJ. : .. "Tbat'this;was'Wedy':the":,ne- ; : :: that if therebntech.cOnfljCtV !: bUcpinplied: : ,withiin.goodVfaith rOi"t E:i,aWOD.ot'
'aduunlStratoror''p4S, 'reu3 snown / : I
; of .
have -
i italess "
Ah of measure :compcnsatii5adt II
.Fcrrlerai pimrposoO -
ie 'waa' stsimpOrtantjn -,]i eotiatorstd}bSOthd) ''truo'jneamng ;, -
out8ttnaiig and I iho-qEestiott of jinierest! : S'fld :w 8rd i theawaid alone d'r: : : .t' em I
. Vott ; :the i-D&mr "P :this'actt ; ., .......:,...,.. : I
.re- Jandz_ ''AUfltVthC principalTheyrdid thlDceemberf i ,1S51.dti 'tIi }tm ; ) $t e only.femairi- -< ,,1>".'.. .,...."' ":-t 't' =
: dcdat to Kire law: jwandtfi ,, \ : : : ...- '
> i eWgotiation, thZIPisto'ance !( 1iI" ion is the
s.Co. CretajV relIIot1er legislate and pr9vic4rthe aJ15 !1J warJr ::::40rJ.' .'pendin ; inqir.ii-hat11th&a1 i : 1000-: >- : ; "SECONDSP1Nfe : ; 'i. ." ....- ni .
i" rt Min- ; .
IP 1 to 1' and payment *ofclaiinlifor -, : ictionof n. on' tiM r HrD;: eufyille Ing s2aroehtitl d : 213E&1.$ :?ofth.tteat o:r re 's'
the Stat .
Oongress. .liquidauon Court held tbC'thUt,
is ... 3fc i' :
It ,1 *
141V th arlic1e', losses but tuiae'ao ,pricf :tiT: lie Zupne uiT v.- 1# s'tenderc&tOMr. V: ; V V ". o ' o( tho ; i ? ;
"1 cl the. Judge\in.V WW: V V
'ppeal. Congress -'-lo '$for wiiclaifns&liaiefeet:! ? i ''**"/"' '','!"'*i, ,:.* .S V I i- : '. ,
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Im On this question' wejhavo, the gaged'.in suppressing Indian. : I : :t ;' fcommittees- {*ndght'to -;. .':The: T3'Dnrnl_Election, .,:''-.r:1-" .,_ .,,.":-ki-; ';,3 -''A''UD"i "..', ," ": P'-> \ <-A.oi $ i.T-'at hU pleasurenmtkia;Unt fMICO ;j:1:'J ;u.tI(- Tb' -_ I ':

of the branch' of the tIes : sW obtain aTjCirorabte report\The pressure *, *- ,' conform. with i tLat of fr Uer shall r., t\
the opinion only In lS18&ci: '. ; :' -Beeiow*ttxprtid out kcRef Dtat IbYiora to the r TotnyFrit> pliJjj l'"k ,*, .andesjseat 1sot .t! .P .f ;

thi: government which has cider It In auditing this Casefthe question; of- business aud"tha, excitement' of tbe"closing' teaiWs WbJp 'ill tbUt wmy, !la the Ute election,:irat, ,ntuibu- ,,.No'thAt tho:poUtienl cauva s'U'over, let me* of, lia_dwelling.: : "'-. "* .' \ "-,; .! ; publ*;$rt. ,.rsc&n1ote at._

nil (the District C ut of ) tat of interest a'rose, andwas/eferred: ,toJ "if Congres%:jrnd otbd"J ww ,prevented- abU u Illegal proceedings 4. two of iht precinct ta,and IraW your attention to".the fact'thaV ttl'c_r. Your,eomraittee turiber.1Ik to 4'uicharged: : hall'aHow-attach,fihh or Vfcwlr, umst' j.prlse j.
his beb'.gIonij'but the f now in)a i the 'tIt.further consideratioa of the tnbjeH, mb "
: r' post- used airoa|Unjuage'ta reference to Act to tzprcu U rom. 3On 'QpOQ ;
ia '
uot. $
the true the 3 ral His iugprtWdctct, that lit If
Whig/party '
of :: near .atnl | Attorney" 4Touccy. tiontbarnestJy i pressed at, tha,\next session, the eon"lcdoDv'KBtcrtslaed. tin News of: Saturday less than it originally 't".'. : '(. !p.l) $ \X. BUrFISGTO '&M Ly.to. ryg ha11 b*. M4 ,;
is strong but to the
thi ry sutine t,- This opinion will,be foumTin,the{pinion and witi,topcS'of. success.., 1 bat Intimilei cbarje against a* of"ditcon rte y to indivl and unlawful arijPcca brought. I ia' unusual :. .' ,,,, v 8-, .W1LLIUiSL ,; m" e.aomsioe-see.ba2f: ; ofida tw4

i. i: accordance ,witr oura of AttorneysGeneral".p. ,Throughout the:entire proceedings, I consultedwith JuaJs and of fpraUngundcf fbI Inflame of putIon. : bear upon- q- . : IQ.ia yfaWof tftt &J '

uniform practice towards foreign give it in full.lt In administering Mr. Maxwell and Mr. both of ., :Yft rpoke our opinion:"plainly, *because vre' u. candidates- by fnVopposition.There motion by Councilman Biiffington,the Board. !t herefofote; :- *' -
laloi wba ia lameness .
in the law
1 bought the facts%"rantetl11 5 so' far Individuals Kit a of election in our
governments and is also in according the relief provided by the act of Con- manifsted'deep: success le oncereed.'we:'tliould not have particularised in our State, for the punishment of illegal. voters SIVQ; resolved itself Into Committee of tho Whole,"on f. "Oi WoClw:by CmrihftW BoS fe.

ance with the rule in cases of illegal gross, for the legal representatives of caims. 'I hop all done 'by you''and myself bal columns bud not ID affijavll, forming a portion orleqlt-! under challenge the poll*. A boy of fifteen, or the Towailarthal's accounts-Councilman CM In : tend*nt WM reque.teii._ adrmU fcr .e.re, file

heir General .Morton was absent ( roite evidence contained the name of partl .., : the Chair.Tjtcommittethei. posaJs frr fitting in B.y
tof captures. It is not, perceived how George Fisher, deceased, approved 'l'bat. he alien who has but yesterday net foot,on our I ,street the.proper
fliiriduj when I up the case. ,I conferred reeling lathe mat ; proceeded ta, audit the accounts elpty feel.1Mitweelt
\ we were aclnated by any perional : Oeea
rob re exercise the riglit ot sufrl'1lge'-onUM' .4.I'iat.
ha; in the case.of' these illegal injuries :2th': April, 1814; and.it being held with him on 1m return. .lie afl feels! a deep in- ler,i is not concct. may of.the, Towa.3L&rshalgrthe., quitter end* 'After admroistennu of'.the
4 the inhabitants of Florida theett Second Auditor that the value? Sccess'ofvtbV-claims and News di counter amrt vl t to the one we morrow; and his ballot shall count/us much as : fw li .
t by'tie ; t-Tntbc!> approves The he unless >
rue could, in31tic and fairness, beth property taken or destroyed, wht ve,done. I hop for success ut the published,fiom Mr.Loul Norton and At accompanies tf.ore: ins It yours lie be,challenged.goes peradventure'" liereon,the committee rosa-,bis.,Honor.,, the lotenan hi! Honor tbs rJKndao; the tuubaa"

I 1 than in' the case with interest it is to be paid next session of procuring the payment mu ho a strong enSogy cOb it dcponertt. no I, resuming the Chair .Appl'O'hd f 8. IitjOnt5et
: of.iegl cap upon (1ng effort to give special etiltation to the drst witnert,Mr. The makers of the law never contemplated a result BVll'ttGTo!.
of these. ( they it Councilman Call, Chairman, then reported the
doECl tures. as a fair and ful indemnity, it would caim shnul b paid Dyes, having confidence in M* known reputation for of this sort; or why would they have been_ so I "
action cities committee to tWd by"whZcb'it Atfesl-G.: c:Go 1ft'
i the best the
approval of for aFter .
On the 18th April, 1814, Congress seem to of course, that the wi b your course; reiacity, and as nobody ha threatened to Impeach the rigid as voting under challenge Persons w> appeared that the amotat, of hundred and I.aerctgZ :
< se\ert years delay, allllrtie; have been comlelled character of tbe rebutting witnrw,the blogiaplik eulogy to their; the one ,
required place names on
interest should be from the voting are
passed an act by which the Secretary computed t unite in the appeal t Congress, which of the New. U a angular rpisorte, which we expect eight dollars and ';rt-on. cents, ($103 41,).was -r.-- ____
back of their tickets also if naturalized citizens -
yoiry of State was directed to liquidate, time the property was taken or destroyed you originally made and always .hortly' to see done no Into poetry fur the columns of ; as due! from the Marshal to theTressnrerofihe -1tTbe trial of Dr.Graham, bdWed fc, i.
be t press. to make and subscribe to an affidavit setting :?
according to principles! : justice and : by the troops of the United With great respect your servant, bat journal. .a the"discourtesy" of- the editor of the forth the time and place where such naturalization Town, after deducting the sums of 8UG1P, (which I der of 0,1. Lacing, hM resulted.Ia j CIe,

roi fquity all the claims of the inhabitants -: States. S. S. UAXTER. RepUbl can seemed to have required,some personal Marshal had already received,) and $G7 43, which KuJty lath. second degree.tammJk. '
flU of thd prdvince of West Florida 4Ss to the rate of interest is Gen. Jos.M. UERXAXDEZ.itftf charge In retaliation,It Ii flt her nnf.w innate for Die re- was c vas the amount due him on acconntof preceding 11.";_"" I'1L" :
i peliaDt that nothing wOlfe can be said of m thin the will call your attention to the law governing uarterfor. which ..uintiie'Inicodant was directed and I3v.. I' b"f
[ _
pur ,- &C. for ddvarices by them made not fixed by any contract, nor is interest r Pars* ,itl-milt ta the CoMmitt"on Fo- retail of tbe story that we one expressed in our pnperecnlimenti Inspector, that you may see who arc to blame in to furnish vouchers;: which report was received (rote June iea5j..,imf AfIIII bkol1rrorr." C'/ !

for for the use and benefit of the United t be" paid in pursuance of any rfi'jn; irwtoLsIh fetuilf, with the.Memorial olijvclioiiable. in the South, when In ISS2 we such cases as hereinafter noted. In Thompson's 1 and unanimously adopted } -.Urf Hfllioow.a'-l..lf'eroIoI aa4 l'le.: .rf.lnl I t,, t"_v".._ .
lioiti of(kaeral Ja..i llrlunJ.A. wined over lo the editor of Ihe New our whole file ofpulpers D: 74 Stb I find "And it shall be the .. II '."dk.i'd,4
States contract. It is referred to ; post,p. sec. : n" .durlnC' 11I1. thee', -re
prior to and since the taking as a mea- winch On motion by Councilman Hemming,.Council al1hcM1. 5 triP, ,,
I'etit'ou of K. B. Gibb containing the nniclr upon _the imputation duty of each to rri.u.n.,1. .,,"lIer P-p .uJ '
possession of the said portion of the sqre of what is deemed, under the D. Resolution of the Senate, August Sd, 1S4<5. Is biiied, and prim:Ite1 lie fee ir.m-itrr to the cnluuin offering to vote Inspector he shall challenge know every person nitto hen adjourned' until to-morrow evening at > o'. ehaaeJ, D AlIID"tIt or pole rU1J1.W.lfler.IfA.. PO" c ,

said late province of West Florida laws and practice of this Government, Circular Letter of Secretary. of the Treasury.t : of thnt paper. That cbargp was a flash: in tbe pan in be duly qualified as a voter and it or shall suspect be the I clock. vuen4tkra.m.xed.I w..perfectly.uw, w_.8f.,ni III.*il'III' :

\\b: by the United States sec. L. & B. a fair indemnity for the detention of t LctttT of Jos. M. Ilernandcr, d.ltclllith .September 852, a* it la so now. of the to examine such : Approved: F...C. B.tRnETT/nkwi.zS. ,
Inspectors as -
As Mr. Norton's af.l1.iit it almi'a! tint eern'n! person a Council.Conceit .
to \ttest-G. C. GOBDOX, rl:1
ry.POf. Stat. at Large, volume 6, p. 13- the value, and that i is, six per centum 1847, to Secretary of Treasury. p'uilelI're at Rmiidy! Bram'Ii-a frindt' in Nnsunt may be challenged, npun his oath: or affirmation, S- TotheOld Settlers ol 1'1-11 I j

volume 3. p. 422. per annum, during the period of the E.1S47 2d I.etc, of Jos.of Jf. 1'rl1Idc7.'rel'u'' 211\ October, eoiiuty cndravorui; to in.lure voters time tn go lo to bc'adminioteud by one of them touching his CnAiifieit, ) JULIUS E. :MEIERB, late' !
tt Secretary
iliU\ n good to ctrcugihen Air doctor and determine October 10, 18it. j n..I.. "III...
Tr Ictcntion. Translation 'of A, iJeLnfamemirn Lflter to (lay Hill. And gm- way qualifications as an upon r.If
;of: .. In the opinion of Mr. Attorney I have the honor to be, very respectfully Spanish consul a St. Augustine to Jos. M. lleinaitdiz. '- Dye-8's amdaul,tl.uugli tin aim, of .Mr. Nor soil's u tiinpcach the legality ofliis vote." Tonncil met pursuant to adjournment. Ion Florida, f).c.Armi-d.will Orrapnim n".j |"<*Mnntly Art*lo of all r.i .-7 1 j jMM
General Johnson on Dr. l'reI4Cnt-lJon.F. O. B irrctt Messrs.Buffington 18ft..1twto
Francis'sO it. This is the law designed Id prevent all persons Intcndant; were sMtlw under IU*>n,|

claim, (Opinions of Atorneys General, your obedient" fer'nnt. G.Treaty.Taper explaining. meaning' of iith article of Florida--e-Election. reckless to honor from polluting the ballot box. Cite, Cull and Willuims, Conncilmen. muot Nsvln-i niyed rowplw-d A.rENT whh Vms fee r-quirtiH-M.. Aa". nvJlrlfc

p. 2012,) he says, general rule, lion.:R. J. 'V.\LlEI, S.rcbr'of TorCE treasury." H.[ Memorandum (>f alowanc of Interest brother The Inspectors are st%'orn to execute the law, and Councilman Uuffingtoii; presented the petition of oM..m>d or atteiulr In Iii UM 5ahacv*- .n..

and one important for Government tn< 011 et:7'n": In Gad\lll'n. the Whigs hare elected the f.iur are thereby made the cfJIIllc ers. They are swornto David Stone praying permission, to repair vesselin A 1-0. claims JII"IIH\". for P.ssj,,,..
yo exceedingly This case suggests the following J. Testimony, of \" tlr. Market idip. Prayer petitioner granted.His Scnp. Saeki'ay&e.Ofl! thi moemhaS. 1bW.
three before stated.E.
obvious to observe is that members of the assembly,not as challenge every one only suspected not to be a hhUrCli.
reasons The of K.[ Minutes of Imasion of Ea; "t loriJ.i.L .
remarks. act Congress Honor thj Inteiidaiit laid! before Lrwi
auliorized Board Unurd
tile Con
t tfui '
Will Dem.) is elected to Assembly from duly qualified voter. At the Cedar Crttk *taufe.
( precinct. .
the no interest. lAtter on siirrcndi of Amelia fetai'd. Jama IYo .,. .
lio government pays this claim to be Fettled on M.. Lettr( of .In! M. lerulllc7('HCOSIU! orig'-: Putnam county. over J. L. Kirland (Whi .) tte are credibly informed, many illegal toteswcrcpollul. the account of (''ol. I. 1) Hart, Stiperintendant of ell,. J.*.|Wakes,Can C.eniJ.-c.

n1 It rests on assumption that the government principles of cquiand justice The lallelcl of Spanish eOI"u1! Thompson (Dom:) !is elated to the Assembly In short, men who bad, and men City Plank Road, fir constructing the same hich Addr'...pit-i. paid. ,nLJV E. "tin I1i,
is ever willing to discharge X. Report of ."us: I). lenrJ-, comniw.'onpr! f"r was allowed. OeInaeu! 1911.fulll"<,...
intentions ;
lakn; was injury done by, the] frOm Levy. who bad not, ditlan.d their as to cti-
elaiuiK under of 1834
lie all its obligations, and that the delay troops of the United States, in ndl"tti COU\uton Calhouu elects Joel Tort.T (Dem.) to the .\:!CIII- zcn>blp: ore said to have voUd. The charges The following contract entered into wlth-the For Sal(.

tin] in doing so, is not to be attributed pressing Indian hostilities in sup O. IMntet from t 1'onra of romnvxiionor, ,, on adjusting bly. above alleged producing much feeling and very Jacksonville and Alligator Plank Road Companyby A PLACE in'Duval CountY ab-

tin to any laches on its part. But to i claims under thc Treaty with Ieiel of Franklin elects T. J. I Kpj I'V* (Whi ,) to the Senate justly, is 1\ source will calculated to engender a the Council, was ordered to be spread upon.the -th'. "111ft, sal a half west oIl"_
Second Auditor held that it fraiw hoaw
The prin- llth \ isjy.:' upon a ,witS a paid bttashr
w this rule thcra are exceptions; withoi.t P. ? \ j.ri John Frasiei's CIM\ 4 by 70 majority o'ver 1 1'. S. W. Spencer (Dem.-) spirit of opposition which it i i.> prudent to nl'ay minutes: ont-bairdinc Tile pLies teauiai t"J

: all the which ciples of equity and justice required q. Award in Snnnel: \William case. 1'onn (ljm.) beats TliifH'1" (Wlrjr: ) for. Assembly Will the Inspectors election at Cedar Vtfc produce At a meeting! of the Board! of Directors of the 1ewid 'larntvutlmSOO ucra "'1'1 "m.5,,

to stating grounds on exceptions the value of the property taken and It. Memorial of Jo*. M. Hernande7,1 beh ilf cf by 10 majority. The election of Uppcs is a Wh'gpain. the satisfactory: proof rls to all aliens; being Jacksonville and Allig-.tor Plank.Road, Company J blr.which.ur ddr I..I-I Ihmaito t1..IICr.at lit t.1n"Pwt. ",Ufa.puIy...

till( have been made it is sufficient destroyed, with interest on should claimants. sworn, to wit: their ffid I"itduly executed and lulJ on the 27th day of June, ISM, it N. WII..UM' ,J'tok'I'In.erpnn...

hi! in my judgment in ths particular : be paid as a full and fair imleinniy. R the I't'tiliol to c.C Congress l ,l'J.T. f.>r interest awarded under HftCnmbia elects a Kno\v-Xothirj; Vfli'jr, .\. W.Xicliot.on returned to the Judge of Probate. Informalities, was- Oct. 19-IjisE 1. A.llltD .

case, t state that in construction ; ." The Secretary of the Treasury Argument treaty" of X. P. TaUmadg?. tolhu Senate, over Ju:1 TO Wright, the the law says, f.halllJe overlooked and fraud alone Kewlet-l, Thit the Company will: build the road .' Jwit Lteceivj"'

an of act of 181 interest was and the General sanctionedthis t.Opinion'of Judge Bromis,,,,. rer.ilirWIi"K( camIt.lt.r: the Hmiie Ronl ch;ill be punish::.. The n'rort of our friend who through the town of Jacksonville, in accordance ''ON Consignment 20 ,IbirreS

ra allowed all ims liquidated Attorney -' (Dem. end we believe n K. X.) in rlt-cte-l. The visited the Cedar Creek precinct is too well knownto w:th tha request and order of the Council, communicated PEBri.NE- FLOCK, wlolf' ,, ..
I Imae under it, from the time the claim ruling.As of this the Attorney t1jc i a Ucpublicau.i : county gives a nvij. of 2 f,r Maxw ell. Ciibt-H's inaj require a rehearsal heic.Xlxt to them by Col. luffingtan! charging Cahby(It19..II'S'. '.r.DfEf- r.lT1._

to the date of that act and a consequence $ j j.JrIY; in ';>i 'c S g.Hmt" ; I 'ollie t! llie clay III11; precinct. There the Council simply for the expense of the material &-.
arose, -- ----- Lquor'Vine.
General l hold that interest at of '_'). and labor used in tins construction; Pro wf.l, : K
Uosi g'.Vf: Itrowii majority w as cast in 1\'li.ll"rc.'Cnct.: in ls'2; less than forty Btu4.;
w< Congress afterwards recognized the I six per cent. from the time of the J JACKSONVILLE. Tlioinj-Hon ("'.) elided to the Assembly. ballots. In ';;4,1 learn, one hundred nnd fifteenfrhoitirgnn The funds are placed with the Treasurer of the i I tuurrl ianet Ameilraii ea.lt Braihty. '

st propriety of the construction) by appropriating loss: is the rate of ,compensation.Jlnd .- In W-lton Browum's i.i.joiity; i is ::. liowcrs (W.]) increase of over seventy totera-am Company for the purpose-tha D:rectors not being -5bnckgo.eGiq'| llulland;; ,Gtoj

expressly for the principaland u it ii referred to as a measure of, fl''Thursday;, j-j54.\j elected to the House.The it so happened, almost \Wholly. on lhe&ici_ of Democracy. authorized to use the funds of the Company fur '.']5 Uarrrto N.. En-la.i Kttfao tatfobariHihwbl Wbf,5i,- ,,

interest, (acts of 9th Apri 1818, what. is deemed imddr the laws and following is t'is! vote, in HmitUon.willirs )ax-: that pi rpose. A true copy: 5 barrrh 9landard'.IM4 MamMakrk. r I It

asJ.r & llth April, 1820.) no :.J.il found, at 1 lute IIoelt. prennis ,Urown iril.': I'orSonatc Stew aDimcm ((1)mm., ) But, my friends; so far ns that: precinct Is con (Signed,) {mO.W. CALL Secretary. barrel Bnarbnn WU>krT lie '

doubt owing to the particular character practice of this Government, a full t(thl issue ol t'lis! lumber of (/ifjuM'fiti, Hi:,itwe 11; (W.) Uli; HOIKJ-1)!!11, ,I'III.) 1-T, corned I hive soon proof, under oath; viz; : that The report of S. S. Williams, Town Treasurer, 9 9 barrels barrels TeaerUTe*wert Mabp Win K., ; .,
indemnity for the detention of the] had not on hand enough of sufficiently laid before the Board for tbe six two 9 barrel berry U iae.IbairelAlmunl. ,
pap..T : c't: was months (
of the claims out of Haddock (W.) 1 U. yens of.an a lj"lining: county d.d: vu.late the expres .
tci growing value, and that is, six per cent per large dimensions to print our etit're cultiuntiio'had ; ; In Monroe[ 1uII; his n m-Jor-ty: of 7t Filor law of fie land exercising the right; of quarters,) ending October 1, 183-1, by which.it appeared 9 barrel fldtr Vlwerxr$ .

m( the patriotic exertions giving rise to annum, during the period of the e nu rllaninj! a considerable': quuttmtty] ; : ad"I"- (Mallory Demociat) is eleeted to the Senate ('"l'rleCalllntll1l1ul' MifiVage at that place, and'without challenge. IIl're that the amounts received into the Treasury I barrrl H lite VTuH' V.ssj,,.

up them, and the direct benefit of those tention." ted to (tl! our lnglslrl..ions to the 1 Iatc enlargemneimtwe ) ( )) and Sanden (Hem,) with! there is another outrage for which; the Inspector daring ihit period was ten hundred and Cfly- 10 5 basket bnxes,Lkampagne HeuUit-k t Vtieif turapagne,,

he exertions in securing to the United This last sentence taken in con > cldllsC' rculnp: mutter nnd the vote of Dade C
wi] States a desirable and valuable ter nection with the residue, of the opin-j: i c.v iidwertiseriients i w-h cli wore in the full !-li enable n.f to supply ;a'l I difui! h in : .
1: our thirty-nine one-hnadrcdth dollars 4 br-ies I'mtVia;
tohuu1tllikl' ,
el.tol. .
ritory. against them; I to h tve it.
E ion, does assert that, under the laws '* inaji"rltj: in t'ao.State will be from S")0 4 bone Scbnapp Fnr nle 1.urfr
Ihi .
The the Attorney \ Pe' nr )ce For the ch.irs brought agami-t me inll;\dll-: ($1,072 S9))}leaving a balance due the Treasurer, .y TUEO.ru- -
gr reason suggested by and of this Government to lout'' '
practice a First I the (after de-ducting fifty-two Do tl-one one-hrtndredtb Jlekntnvllle,4.Ninli'0,!81-I.
ally- bill.
I".t Liquor This bill!
St General for the allowance of : r inc.mvllc.'crs: to vli'ih mehave The the removal of the will be
fair for the detention of \flr maiy on Capital:
: was, I think, introduced by lint Mr. Llatkburn, dollars if'2 M, tbe amount of his cnmmillionsof) tufldrieesibiisRinraeee.
FO interest in this have influenced ; l hL''U snljotttd frt>rn t'u'iflitfsof' flue fr", ostf-so far us roportod 3,">-12 fir re.novil 5.1SJ: .
case may the value i is six per centum per annum ; oftlieSunut.*, a Demricmt.) Xext, it came to the .ixtT-six. doll.irs and l>uietv-three cents ($69 S(3.( ) : ; '
and rot few' dr-w backs red i Port" r.l.IIr1'f': : ,
(1C a imjic-dinitiit, TIP gain-t. The l"Ii claims a Democrat'c) : bag ,
the action of Congress. But mini, during the period of detention. have House-p-Lssod that body by a vote of 17-13 Democrats Wbieh report was, onmOtioa by Councilman 5 haag Old CArvmmeal Jara coffee;'
; if the rule ns wo liope.'attaintil l n ]x.Tin.iiicnt and l'lii- jurity i'i both 1I"l1\tl- the .Sonata and 3 iu Call received ant I hai* Morton."off".,
of action of the accounting adopted.On ,
and ,
This 4 tut Your ,
WlT assertion is honorable to h Wlrgs voting it. '
Mu lociitic'ii;
( for our office itnd liusincfs over thPuuudson the II jiise, ('rta-ii.. 2 h" Jieart Part Mr*?tiir,
officers stated by Mr. Crittendcn. officers, and does credit to the Gov- : : brick hti, o of, M. Kiel-"Ihe iron front." The Beit of fio S. na'or, Stewart (Dem.) from servant ttas one hutdrcd and l;y-five! miles 'motion by Councilman Buffington, the Board 9 hh a to then went into ommittee of the Whole' the 10 barrel 5I IB HI'S lni fruit the on
be correct, the suggestion of Mr. ernment. Its tin We shall at t.ll times be capital on the day < f its passage.I !dOppos.tlon 10 barrel Cages ". .'
to to ,
application case I : liapjir rocaive there the Hamilton wil i I eonUstCil In' D lucau (t\\ .,) anil Town Martini's! for ;. '
thi : ; t t.i the account the .quitter.ending 1
lliilroaj. The Central Uainta.lIm 'aae 1)1'11"Fi fnIw.cee.
-Johns'ol could not have influenced is easy ; the value of the property CIJ]! and b;sinos favors of our friends and the the scat of ore of the. Asauubluncn, from Dm ill ii tnilicod! Oetobct 1, JS3-T Councilman call in the *-hair.Afte I raM Jitrkry-Clnb T ttIcc
was and Car
i P" the action of the accounting officers, the Florida Miflercrs has been detain IlIIl,1ie. To ("'','/;'-','*, well lin beg leave to offlr' will be cuntettcd.fOll. colleague, MI time! 3 c_! Mrvcr*Tubarrir
... trait being opposed to it; r some spent therein the cimimittee,rose 6 hoxry Yellow Pink 1etiees
St tve spsnt many a sleepless ,
unless the act of Congress directing ed since 1812 and 1813, as in Firhcr'scase our japer as a \\oil extended inpdiiiiii,, ; and t"tlioein [ TUB HLI timI.iC.tN.1Secc.siou ] h<:ur iu vltilng: : means hereby tll -the Iiitci'daut resuming the I hair-when the 20 brtxni Virginia Tobarroy
overconiopjiosition '
want of fancy I'iain 20 huxvs AdJmaoiln I auidIs ,
hibl the settlement of the claims authorized and the rule then declared or JOB !INTING, We ituJ Anucxatioif .'rlic Chairman reported that the Board as in Committee -
; to L,, leave to t'nt State : : ; to it, and, finally, beyond all expects 10 Itom Sperm Candle, .
them to allow interest. This authority be the uniform rule of compensation. nil g orders iu limit say l.ne.we are npitrcd to compute House. iiff. t.II.; Sllcc.e, I in pass' ; it thrjugh! the Il.iifse. of the Whole-, h td hid under considerat'on the 4 4ho5e4k,1usTp.hoxa Cnhpowder Tea,(SVIPri1s,1

'Yl could be found only in directions adopted here. JVliiilileCircnlaii( HIanlcs: ; jit.I; learnoui wliut I consider good l aiL My! <>pp:is'Jiou: to naturalize! citZ n.. This uccouats of the Town Marshal and adjusted the 9(1( bnxlabaxmi No. 5.
:hou11)c | !Show and IIui.l- .
which it that the amount of ,
siia to. liquidate these claims on the 111'0 in this argument not gone bit, l'I 'j'TllIIIIIe", ('nt ilo ii("*, ns well us Card-t authority, th-t: fie! pei-ple! ofVe.t Florida i.ru; bCou1ing ,- is in arcordtnce, with the rest-a tale perpetrated :same-hundred by and appetred! 6S-110ths dollars I b'z Wnreezeuhiru Pateoap !mme--,

r i principles justice and equity. into the general question of interest fur I,IIMIK>->S and flier purposes, we are now every diy more and more favorable to a t.i effect; a p irtleular; purpose. The pnllndglt"nI'thcn..f : one twenty-s 5 boxu Yeast POW4PIP,
($125 Ci) was duo from tho Marshal to the Treasurer. IV bofr Annrli Picklr,
Under these directions the account or sought to investigate all the rules 11 furnWi, lujrtilur' : with anyoilier printing seces-viin from tho M ite jf Florida and an uuuex aht a> takng care, by their in'sigaificwcet 10 boxr*Siaart'i Candr.- .
Icth tion to the State of .Iabunu.If I, avoid notice. 2 irreU Linked ( iV.
: ing it was their duty the Government in rela- pel f.imuing to a Julj ''ntin c..taLIi"IJ1l1ellt ; for Which and motion OiL
ofcer thouq1 adopted by 4th. : : report was received on by 10 tmrnl IV. B.Wbale
t w11idl they desire to clnngj their State relationsliip, Sly bost.llty to Ihe farming: interest. Thi;
to circumstances of our terms will be rnJi, except to those with 5- 1 barrel Lard Oil,
al tion to it. I have attempted to argue' ithom we have "jiiMit i.otle w.II lo grant their: des're: East report, I confers, is : : :ng to'my feelings. That Councilman Cole adopted. 6 boxra Macranwi,

: 1' the case do what was right. the case in hand on questions nlft to all.!may .t'\nding IIccountJ,anti n"dI"t and Middle Floild may net h imiouiously together I, who hire hl'Cna, f-rmer fi.r tweiity years, alldxpet't CouJcIlman; Buffingtou submtted: the following. 21L 10 keg barrels l.eusf Mea Lard,T.ack, -

toSi They allowed interest a a matter of and analogies properly belonging to .. ..- ; and I am inellnel; to believe your Qovorntnant to be so unto, the ind, should be r.lhficd: by ordinance, which WH passed: S3 ack>eq Dtfi C.nrIiT1ose-
and \ 1twil J lie rtvu in luu advprt'scment: of T. Towdles aud Jle it .orJaihtlltf tht Intcadant and Cuanfil f f S, 100 We i>f Ea trraHar.Fwfak<*
justice and : l
equity, Congress approved it. I have sought to show that oud! act much more cfiic'ently, if rid of piji-fcd crneas-tJ; serve their politZ-
un iI.u.Trrii: that lie Inn reopened li!> store in .il en.l"-merit He illy f Jacitmnitt, That from and after the advnreoneoat.lhrCasbby TigFo.jarttt'54'139.155t.
it. But those whose ,'ideltly c as it huI! receive Jit hands .
in the case of the the predilictlor-smid y npnthies' are my ,a
nc del true construction of the trea JI.1ino.s ]lil.jc!:, with a new aioi tuicnt of freMiprovi'ioii severe rebuke. passage of ibid ordinancc-it, shall be the duty of -
sufferers more with the people of unot'.ur rjtate than
,. by the invasion of Florida
ty-under the sanction of our claims oodl. Till stock is the Town Marsh settle bis New Store.-New.GoidI
large and comprise Fanners of Daval' I to accounts monthly
13 with the citizens of their own State.I ant one you. Your in-
: in 1812 & do not justice and equityte under other Goveriuncnf-1Lnder the every requisite! in the pnirisi-m.. line. allude to this subjeet now, to propose a query terest is my interest ; and it is my duty to watch with the Town Treasurer, and quarterly,as hereto- T Noflij Subscriber is havingjmvut
-- -' now pearutdtoforsisS
fully approve the allowance? These analogies of our domestic practice : 1)). MtCttN Cu. have opened a tore in or two:- over tho interests of every class of citizens belonging glare, with the luteudant; and on his refusal or JacksonTjIe and the swronndisj Csu

i tl!. puffcreft were innocent people, pro- a demand for interest was founded in one of llr.[ Soinirs new brick bnilding) on Bay 1. If there is a prospect that West Florid will' to the county. As long as I "h,ill ba you neglect to do so, the said Marshal shall be fined by the largest and best assortment of

tested from invasion from the United justice, andthe good faith of the nation street They have a large and fresh stock of prevision go oiT tJ .Alabnniii, at no distant: d.ir, would it not Senator, jour wants, if reasonable, will be cheerfully tho lutendunt tiny sum of twenty dollars which Clothing brelLis,,Furnishing Walking Sticks Oond.% Itats Carpel,C's')'

States, by the most sacred of all human required its payment. If I am I *. _. ..- be well to defer; locating permanently! your Scat of attended Jo by me: on this score, rest eel'- may be. collected 09 iu other Cases madauid, ,provided. Boots, Shoes,. Gaiters, *<'--

s.y instruments, a treaty of peace. correct in this view: the demand for i t-r* ,V"e vouM call attcnt'on M the statementof : Government, until the sipiration takes place? t"in. f ever brought into East Florida,wfcjca '

\' Their was invaded in violation the grounds upon. thieh, the chtimants of interest 2. Shoull West Florida accode from jour State, The report now in circulation as to a contest ill Le it J.tMrortlaVt: ;That all ordinances and dearor to sell so cheap, that the tyiMS"cannot

ol territory their homes desolated is paymcntwill not made in vain, upon the nward-j under the tre.-ty of; 1819 rest would not Jiirlmiueill be the inont favorable spot the Senate, is futile. Jly I opponent is a gentleman ; parts of ordinances, militating against the provisions iarfcrms-cAsn so away unsatisfied.05 Dmns_
treaty ; those in whose the honorof thS ordinance be and
keeping ot the some are hereby
w their for the louutiou of and I talc in j
their case, commencing on the first pigc. The permanent jour Seat of Government pleasure saying be is exonerated, i in
; mean of subsistence destroyed the Republic has been confided. instances in which our government li is. claimed ? 110 far as I know, from any participation iu the repealed. Bay Street doors east of Babe*k OB

JI( 8 1r by an illegal war brought on It remains to sa one word rc- and recognized interest in other cases under treaty, The above is offered for the serious reflection of abot'c. Councilman Call submitted! tha following. resolution Oct. 12-St "

t si by the agents, and sustained by the spccting the rate )interest. The make the Florida cUim strong; and liS' IIU efT.dt those who have a deeper! interest in the matters And -now, my friends bad I been defeated, which WAS passed : FoRa&LL

,f R 1\ armed forces of the United States. extracts from the reports of Mr. will I IIC renewed before Congress Cur their allowance, treated of than (the Itl'CSi'lltniter.. though by even unlawful ends and means, I wonk 7.WW That the Street Committee' : for the cast M THE Subscriber wutild dli

There were reasons of Stt policy Marcy and Mr. and we hope the arguments in their fivor will not be MIILO-FLORIDA. quietly have borne the defeat least txplanatiohhonld end of town, be instructed to confer with the ow- rflpert in sIi1&
: Brcckenridgc, .__ of lots both sides of street between Said consist oftyi 1043
4. --- ners on Bay prc'pvrty
which excused this on he"part" without the weight they are entit'cd! to. be clnrgett to disappointed: ; ambition. Bn loeta $(
CODse the opinion .of Mr. show Wreck of the able dwelling house,pleasantly
Toucey, City Philadelphia. Ocean and Pine streets and report to the next
that in
of the United This we are that The 'fever in Snimnah'andCluar1esthn continues the face of till obbtacic, my friends have end of Bay street, upon an eminenetww
.Stte. the rate should be six Council
cent. meeting of an ordinance providing for
forced no reasons of per to ab-ite. The deaths 'reported in fharlenton are ]111/11'II". 't nmlirewaU sactJ-.rttscl a t t The erred in fixing : filling Bay street the width of eighty Both lots cultivated, U aflourgordea.
per annum. Judge loet that up proper .are
r : State policy indemnity 7 and 8 per day for several days previous tti the -cari/a puiiotU! rescued.HU.IFAX I urn at l.berty; to speak; and that, too, afterI .
anjwtify 'refusing
V. the rate at five had feet between saiuiatreell, which ordinance shall -
per ccnt.perItaps 13th inst. In Savannah they are reduced to 3 .. uniformly used language towards my opponents Foe terms, which will be icc010
11 for these Hence per Sent. 28,1S' -Tho screw ntpnmship contribution the
recognize the principle by owners
injuries. from too great an anxiety to day for nome daya prcviom to same date. The City ot I'hiladelph'ui, dipt Lcitch which left Lver- of the respectful caste. I forgve; in s spirit ; oftbenbacriber onthe
the United of lots on both sides of said street.
'1 J States, by a solemn treaty, keop the 'awards within such loW st.mmers from both cities nrrited litre on Sunday pool i on the 30th August, on her trip for Phila of Christian forbearance all tbe slanders ,that have Oct. 12-tf

.4 promised t cause satisfaction to'be limits, as would prevent all objcc last, and anchored in the stream.to deliver nniln, delphia, was stranded off Cape Uace on the 7th. been perpetrated against me, save tho charge oC On motion by Councilman to Call a' CommiUee' of Dissolntioii of L'ar1n.
iiiht. Three was directed be appointed fc> inquire into
I II'' 1 made. faithful observance of tidn to them, on the part of the Gov and passengers: admitted under tho quarantine The passengers nnd crew were all saved and 540 I being.. .hostile to the farming' interest of the count and report at the next sitting Council. the practicability tHE partnership! heretofcr Zitt9

this treaty will remove all reproach laws, and! continued! up the river. of them arrived at St.Johns, Xewfonadland, await : > ._ House' thennderszgned is hereby
ernment. It is asked that in this respect re-building a Market ,ou the site
j from the United --- -- -- lug a conveyance. ,' It low only remains for me. to return'mr mOlt consent. Tenons baring eIauni I
States; but doss not justice may be done to the The Gulf: Steamer'.Line. The cargo was being landed.in a damaged con heartfelt thanks to the patriotic Whigs of the county of the one destroyed by the fire'of tha 5th of April firm will present them to J

It a I f:1thful: obsctancc"oC this treaty claimants by the representatives of We copied from the Wokulla Tinun, into our : dition.The vessel it v of Dn'val and to every other friend, who nobly last.II's : '. .
was thought; would a total
prove Honor the Intendant oc1tk4..
require the satisfaction should the nation, and that six per cent. be' paper ()last wetk, a notice stating tint the Pantl loss. stood by me in a contest conducted on our pArt! ,:'appointed, Council .
4 be a full restoration by-paying the At the time of the disaster so far men Call; D t ngtoii and Cole, as such tlJTDiU. .
ft allowed. >ero was to fonn oni of the new line of steamers they were eight days as my knowledge goes, within the strict flair ToUlC.ffiuTtS.LtiR -

ar amountof the losses with interest? s. s BAXTER, between New Orleans and Key West. The Pam- and The a few hours out from LiverpooL bouaoU of law, and whit ia more grateful within On' motion of:'Councilman, *.Williams, ,-, Council 1ONIC suened"1
City rhiladclphi rate of
was running a then
A Do not principles of justice and Cu'liuelfvr,Pttdionnt jura is to tako the New Orleans and St. Marks ten knob, when at 11 o'clock I'. M:the weather the bounds of honor. I am ready to return the adjourned. i S- : kindnowinusetbrprevesI'bn

W.: equity r&quire that the end of the line. Tho other;boat is the Juper, being dark and may, she struck on Cape llace.- office with which you have entrusted mej whsnevc Approved: Fc.B.ir.RETTt.t.Attest and out, and to intigorstinz skin from dancil,tw !
compensation She G. (XOoaDO.v Council.CouxttL clearing *
fu which formerly was the line from Savannah was backed off run aground in Chance Cove, it shall seem conducive to the interest of niy : CUrlof T.. "
upon .
for these done to innocent August 20; IS; seven and a half miles north of Cape Race;where party -
injuries to Charleston. The Ja-tper reached here on'the she lies in being sickened of political contests and mar- ; CHAMBCB 1 OctTl2-3t: .Apothecary Hall,J
Cll should.be full -and ? Dear, !ir In compliance with your request, I three fathoms water, with about eight J' .- .
persons + -
adequate inform of the afternoon .of the llth, from New York, en route feet of her stem turned and a hole in her bottom. red with the foul tongue of treacherous m en. ,October, 1S34.." NaXdIIa'iDIaZTbIr*Ci
you course punned last session oC PT.
glfll Compensation' never can be made for in the claims of : for Key West to take her place on that end of the The influx of water extinguished: her fires before The object for wh'ch: my name was used being Council.met pursuant to calL Colrdial nu6Dioc re
the Florida is
sufferers for an | y
? ma ny of the sufferings to which they Cng their Florida Gnlf. line. She 'was under command of All she ran in the aground.lower, hold Her cargo valued at The 60uuO.. accomplishad, I now distinctly say. after ,I have Present'Hon. F.C Birrctt latsndant; Messrs. THIS ,- in all itetaareesud **
was Telegraph "
III were subjected;, all that 'can be done I was loss by last spring prosecute ('' ."Sawyer. She l left this port again on the following Company's steamer brought damaged.her passengersto done my duty, I shall retire from public life-sav Acosta, Buffingtoa;:Call and-Williams ,Councilmen. system ts health when all other **< '?
empbe you *
Lain is t .Friday morning. Tim left: bt. Johns N. F. aud eft as an humble soldier bin for th*wont cases children.*
t repair the pecuniary loss ;, and these your counsel, aud uuder your di!- Jasper New ; (' again to 'render every doing duty unto the end in TobehadatApohecaryUAJ**"*
pecuniary loss, on principles of cam.. York,on the 4th inst and put into Norfolk on her assistance PHILADELPHIA possible.< the Whigranks.; Farewell! I close by saying, The proceedings a meeting of citixaai {the OctlMt
rin Sept 2G 1854.-A from
hehi justice and equity, i is,. the damage ,I bund' in the papers abundant' evidence that w y. Halifax to tho agent of the City of Philadelphia had ever man such friends town with:regard bqnarantlaeniattera, '7cr. laId .. -
done with interest th yon diligently prosecuted these claims before From the Tampa Ilerold, we learn that the Pam- says that the news of the wreck was received there I am, your friend and MIow.citzen.: before'the Board,1 and on motion by CouncUmen: S' To U4.ANTGIBL
reouuntil b
a C the of the acts of lm reached Tampa' on the 10th, frojn New Y rk'at'iO. by the mail steamer from /t. Johns,'X. F., which EDW. HOPKINS. BuffiogtoO, rec iveJ. Sbefs22..Sfreu
: paid. DgCJ) i procure passage and that the mail service will also conveyed the passengers mentioned above. His Honor, the Intendant, having signified! md rood houSe UfT
mi 1 1834;_and' before the Departments, to The vessel is valued at about two hundred thou PABLO PLASTATIOS, E..F.,,Oct Ii, 18 hisj prmonth.AppE at the RCPUb1
:than: Jn: such a case, equity and justice procure.action under these acts. Aiifl Jim Called comm net'. The Pampero is to leave Sew', Orleans sand dollars, and is fully insured in England. -a---. l intention of being absent from the city t r.a period ,
on the 1st and 15th of month,'and tho Jutpffls The of of,time, on motion by Councilman Call Councilman :_
4 require,.the dealings of the:Government it your aid ,such eminent Mr, Cuxe and every, City Philadelphia was a new iron vessel, -
Proceedings .
:t Mr. .wye.a to leave Ket West:; about the OtU and 24th of 1,18V tons, on her 'faret voyage. Her cargo insured ofCoaucil., Bnffington was elected Int idantpro ttn*.,during i NotIces: 'J&,
to jbe liberal and Talmadge, both of S.
forbid .
it hoO'prepared able.argnincuts at She built (**
t of each month.. 'i Philadelphia. was on tbe Clyde, the absence of the Intendant. fifth lad Ust instatertt
1accthemeasurcfitsresponsibility ou the claims.. ', .- .. '. by one of the first marine architects of Scotland ,. .CocKcir. CHAJIBKX, { : rpnE, sad AWgSWt. -
The Secretaries. : ;:'under the ad Loss OP Tifa ABC ICTMIUBL' C )'Jn-Tho: and is represented M having been fitted with all the OCfobetll,18U.-f) '. Councilman Coll! introduced,the toowingord1 bubeeneslIetUtraud'omcoottheTrcu.rereatht

t I f a tar below ,that which it exacts from rice th.Tr.asu.Cntteoden and steamer'rctiA on the S7th,.ulC ran into ft steam latest improvements in screw steamers., She was 'Council met. k nance,'which! was passed:. puny
cfMettme' Gn3 owned by the Liverpool and Philadelphia Steamship ,Present:7D n F. C..Barrett"Intendunt&i'Conn Lt itonlaUtJ ly On InUihni and GgogtEW
ti slbjet. N 'the propeller! ,*co atIaJpg1o.cf.4i4; to leak badly, ; ; ; Tote Q*a- next

;: In 1848, Congress passed an act for that the delne a p.ig'intrt pov on fur ground and the 'bole. ,of' tWpasAcpgera: and crew to taketo Company built for,the and linethat makes the has third been vessel lost within.originally j. Hams.oilmen'Buffington. ,..Cole- 'CoIL..Hemming'aDd. _Wd. eU.of t&t Tow of JacboneUU,'That t.the Street September 83,1854-*" -

E ,'i the relief of; the representatives of r You then presented the claims to Congress it, and a rafVand,tho boatg'of theyessol.- three minutes two years-namely the City of Pittsburp burnt at Committe of the eaSt'aud west ends of town be ?PJIB LAMPLIGUTEB'J
tc Valparaiso in the fall of 1852 the of Minutes of I last meeting 1eraread and approved required once"each week
to make .
; Glasgow, a careful examination cdi -W
It the of a resolution! after the Arcik zunk and but one out of six -
George Fisher,' SUt. at Large, yol .9, prr passage through the lost lust spring;' and now the City of Philadelphia Street Committee to whom wimi referred tno locating .of their"respective districts and note all The most cbrmniflf of AweT.
1 directing the of the I boats ha* been rescued. Dy this S3 The City of "
Prttsburg butt -
Treasury passengers
Sat was
by Herine Patterson jO11XFJ" ]
w 712. t. :
:1 p. Bythefirstectionoft1iisact of the north line of Adams street, between nuisances and offensive .
report on tlC clam! were'tarcd, but the whole of the rest are supposed and Spack, Willkmsburg, and had been matter. likely to produce Oct 124 .!:!? .
J: Ci it enacted that Second Auditor Market'and street,made the
; was the No action seems bare been had under this to haveperisbed-aout 400 souls t withdrawn to run between San Francisco and following,report diseases; and shall require the persons .on .Whose VrC zAmricanswIi1YOnreadth"
J i : i resolution Panama. She was :on, her for her new which was rewired and adopted:. premises i in front said OMANISM-by eY.
'? should be required to examine way scene or of whose premises,the
'I I and since K
its I do not find the THE EFFECT or Goon- ;;.-M,Rothschilc labors when the disaster occurred. The don
I: J, and.adjust the claims of the legal claims bare bees pressed pllg was asked one day br a young roan, an intimate vessel that the company has now afloat is the only City The committee to whom was referred the matter nuisances and'offensive matters are found, b n* i if

I,. ',. we Fisher on r Yon informed 'me your Cnlel, pressing those friend of his fllmilvito lend him fl.OOrt francs. "No," I of Manchester, which arrived at Philadelphia yet of locating (he north line of Adams'street;bej move the same beyond the corporate limits of the the mysteries of'RomeP !! :

prCettvorGc claims on in deaiD said the only do business, now, with I terday from Liverpool,'having been running 'vert leave to make tho following report : town, within six:hours troll.the date of said notice JOHN '
j i jut equity;. having Cnl was deference t views of crowned heads; but I'll get you the money.* You regularly ,in the line for over. three Tears. The Tint they have mid:dm examination;and fine ;'and persons ling to remove said nuisances : I Oct 184mTODEB5HCniSl -
t$ due the proofs of the value others .er p i tem bCor Supreme may walk with me once, along the arcades to the company, however expect to have a consort for said street t of the propc width- feet d any pocr S
seventy -an and offensive matters within the time required -
and the Bonn, taking roo the The : her before winter.' This l3'
Departments. ready vessel i la
arrival here also an Dr. DaDD'$
Cur your .LT work of
h: 1 I of property takenor destroyed.. b spring ,the, 1ainswcrp pressed : promenade wan effected and at the end of it,the iron one, building on the; Clyde.'.. She is of 2,538 recommend that the northern line of said street be ;, shall be fined twenty dollars; and for each Horse ever published In Aifle

t ; the troops of the United State*,. ); tt !. instance, avid; f .by you I ronug roan' JIB Congress. .t.jour : 's rour wann-I,' had rvf i'scd offers of bO.fW more more. nandez and U'jlmes' fenets ;; *nd that. Mr. Georg ,emaio, twenty dollars additional. Oct 12-4 y5bJn

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