The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: April 4, 1846
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
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Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
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g M Committee, Defender 23rf 1SJ5. to lfr. Mr. Cahel."ems from this arny, to have
Cabetr paper/ the 2d DUNn,,". I len in :
very diligent searching out t b,rcon: ,
to contestant's vote He knew hi* election '
Horse or RcpncsEMTATirjci ) would IM contested-he gave no notice of these j

yth Congress December 22!, 1S45. J objections till now,and now asks lime to prove

1\)1.. H- BROCLE DaOrGH, contestant, them. Mr. Cabell!1 defent himself from ma.

: vt. king captious bas never bern
ErrA'CCABCLL, Sitting Member.Beply charged with iu He rtgnt. to Lave occu. l

of contestant to the argument this day presented 1----- -- _n __ __ __ __ _. pied the tune of the committee, and
bv }Ir. C.ABELL, on certain technical points of s-ich tbink
evidence and law and asking for delay. The argument S. S. SIBLEY. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA SATURDAY APRIL VOL. XVII-NO. questions should be referred hack (
IRIO. 37.
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was only presented to contestant in time j j ole, as the proper tribunal ; and would re.

to read it over before the meeting of the commit ----- --- ___ h_ __ ; that the committee might he saved

tee.make He a therefore reply in asked writing.until to-morrow morningto Lion, that the returns from those places had private business, and merely mentioning the because he had not the- majority of ,'olts or I costs that there is no other issue, according to ali further' trouble! by r referring it gin lo the

not come-that inofcal evidence had arrived election as news of interest, and not intendedas the lawful retur. As to Mr. being Parliamentary law, before this committee,ex- Peoi: e
REPLY. that they were of and he evidence, and which with called to admit Cael's r This projK>sIlion has never been intimated ; .
contestant agrees precisely on or to papers whichhe | the question, trhn is duly elected, and enj al
except cept
I. Contestant denies that ho has, in himself hesitated as to the I blur ; and as it only now alter all the* :
any taking a returns long since sent up by the inspectors had never seen before, one of them was j titled to the seat ? The judgment of the otii- com.
manner, shifted or changed his position, or under the circumstances ; and when spoken and the clerk of the court. The handwriting the document on which his own commission is I'} even to whom the right of judging is given hI' }' j invcKfi-rntion ban. Ltn had, ant a mijoritv .

abandoned any position taken in his memorial; to by contestant, after the reception of his can be proved, if required* based, and the rest returns which he must ha't j j i the laws of Florida is conclusive as tu v i Lt I prowl by contestant', and the committee have '.t
tbecontrary,be reiterates and contends,that, commission doubted whether he would I VIII. ; only remaining trouble to tlrcide! and .
( receive Mr. Cabell further objects to the returns expected would come in at !ore time, and to !\' chilled to (he return. And he refers the j re. '
by clear law, Mr. Cabell never was the-commission or scat for one moment, and j determination. the certificate that book shade people! the trouble of a election, as the :
I on a pol was of exception and argument, ol'whieh I he, Congress, where even mistakes, when shownby \
the return should have been in favor of this I IV. The great question of State rights, par. A question before d and againin has liherallv availed him.t1, ji> some ca. I the; returning officers, havo been held not j comnttC: the trouble of deciding. .Mr. Ca. tt,

contestant ; and he herewith presents his views which Mr. Cabel! considers as involved in the conflict with 111 very earnest and oCerl repeated several times on r. : II has. as he savs.. .defeat an efctiIJ: by a majority of the IC.gal bell: can, at any time, q'net hit appr'heusioims! J

upon that subject in paper marked Alpha. time when the returns h.1 reach the secretary desire only to knowho had ( majority relied upon the statements in his commission: j I voters." Yet Mr. Cabell proposes nty toiWllir of being cln.idt'lec a minority representative, I

Contestant also contends that he was electedby is no question at al. The law requires of the votes of the people. By the act that he was elected, it is his misfortune I which! i! into returns, and the conduct of insp c. I and (' can never !L.subject' t to it ; ho

a majority of the qualified voters. the"secretary to count returns as he may of 1S43.- inspectors are not required.to send however much contestant may regret, he cannot If Mr. Cabell proposed to bring down therefore respectfully! request a u'cinJ of the 4

"The committee adopted a resolution confining have received, legitimately, at the expiration their poll books to the Secretary of State.- attribute to any want of candour and liii- the vote of contestant's majority in the manner committee, to which he submit. : \ .

the inquiry as contestant understood, to ,!. of thirty. days ; but there is no law requiring And by both that act and the act of 1815, erality on his own part, because he adviwiMr. I now proposed, surely he vas sufficiently W. II. BKOCKEXBROUGH.Jiffresentatiee ] .

the question of election, and into that question I I all the returns to be there, or making null and (temporarily to organize the State,) the poll I Cabel that that co mission as ) i I II : awareof the importance of notice, and the i elect of the Si/A People f Florida .

contestant was prepared to go, and offered the I void the votes of such unfortunate persons as book and the certificate are $separate papers.And I errneous.- And if Mr. Calwl's ideas wall tlu! rules! of Parliamentary law, not to wait until. Citngtett. r :

certificate of the secretary alluded to, and, on may have bad their votes delayed! by the care. the presumption is, that they did their conclusiveness of such I '" were 11 tenable thin time to come forward with an intimtiol }'r
the expression of some doubt, contestant withdrew I lessness of inspectors, judges, or po tmaster duty in that respect,until the re\erse is shown. I no election could be contested. I of the possibility of such kept back al j
i it, *'forthe present, as evidence of elec. i or mail carriers. L\.. Mr. Cabel having reoccupied eight Contestant begs leave to stab, in Justice til the time, and claim the hold his Mu. C.t'r.axI see in the first number of I

tion, a* he had that which he thought could .j j There is no law requiring inspectors to send positions by dIn committee, him"tJf that !he was informed by many of )Ir. f whilst al this tedious inquiry has been gone the Southern Llilmlo in the report made by ,

not be questioned, and still insisting upon the|| returns to the Secretary of State. The in. and all of them exceedingly l ingenious and Cahel't political friends, and it was 'orill.- into, all to continue to hold it until he coiilJ I the Commitee on rculur; Gcorg'a,

papers as Talid and proper testimony' ,and con. |i I spectors are required, within egh days after technical, now takes a new j point, viz : That, I ly given out, that Mr. Cahel would: not t mke''[ afterwards find leisure to give the requisite!I that they state that it ,( Georgians } .
elusive upon the question of return only. ,I i j their election, to convey returns to the admitting the force and validity of the testimony his commission, or caim seat unless he notice and obtain the proof. He has calledall i to begin to think of some substitute for the :

II. The papers are legal evidence. This !!;judge of probate. The judge is required, on introduced by contestant; it does not I had a majority of votes, although the corn- i, tit time for the majority of votes, and now i I common rail fence. I am now making an ex. ..

point has: already been made and discussed in
, every variety of shape, and has!' been decided.I'I| enth, if the tenth is Sunday, to count the returns incumbent on contestant so to do, ',er':; he I time approached,contestant deemed) it hi.ilufy. '! illegal: of those before received, and that some !j, ant answer the puq mss'of the kind of n _" '

lie first questioned Mr. Archer's handvvri- [: received by him ; and, within two days I can bo divested of his seat, to which he contends to equine of )Ir. Calt'l what would be his !' ought to be rejected upon other technical :,, rail fence. Wherever there i ia. a fence that twill

ting-then that he was Secrl"ta of State- after, to mail them, in the nearest post office, I be is prima facie entitled. This position course, telling was for the purpose "rounds. Why was this not done before ?- secure ,the farm for three sears, ridge up acts -

tlen that it 'was such a papr as lie might law- ., for the Secretary of State, at Tallahassee.There .- contestant denies in toto. Contestant denies of giving him notice, if I he intended to claim j Perhaps Ihn present contestant may prove \ a bed of land inside of the fence, in the same

fly cerir-and lastly effect when ad. i is no law which declares such votes invalid that Mr. CaLel is lrimafacic entitled to the seat and suggesting reasons, in a friemilv more ofhis i (Mr. C.'s) votes illegal, andhis rfI' manner that laud is prepared for cotton and

ited. The papers are records, and no no. or lost. They may arrive after the secretary contestant's now, not only upon the ori- and candid manner, why he should not claim I turns defective, and some mUconduct on the j open the ridge with a narrow plow, and lithe =:

tice to Mr. Cabell could alter or affect may have given his certificate,and from ginal ground of contesting his prima facie I the seat. This was, contestant thinks, on the part of inspectors returning majorities for him i|, land is very poor ojn-n the ridge pretty deep 'I ,

They ace official facts, known to the them'l but distant places probably will so arrive ; i i right, because improper returns were counted, 15th of November, possibly the 10th. 'I r. I ( 'I r. C.) Must I contestant now wait till Mr.I and fill it with manure, and sow, or Lather ,

an officer riitvteofficii, and no co that does not make the votes invalid, or the cer- j but, also, because contestant has now proved Cabell declared that he had not accepted tl.1 I{! ('alltl gets through,and then give his notice ? j j drill, China tree 'berries about the first of A.'r i

lon could affect them. Such papers are ad. lineale or commission final ; because this :i a decided majority in his favor. Mr. Cabt-Il'e commission, and expressed great .Im"t as to ,, a course would be endless. But to take !. pril. They should be drilled pretty}. thick, so

in all law cases, even the most rigor would be to give the election to the eople j in !j| proposition is, that, in the face of )proof of a what course would be proper, and promised up the positions lIe proj>oscs to maintaju in that they may ba sufficiently thick, and if they .;

;us; in all contested elections : in all officialtransactions the central part of the State, and not the Stateat I decided majority against him, he i* prima facie to inform contestant of his conclusion. Late contesting the election of memorialist : I I should come up too thick they can i b e cut out !

and in the affairs of private life. lrge. The returning officer might al do entitled to sit. Because, he says, it does in the day of the I'lh, contestant thinks nearly 1. That one of contestant's returns is false ,, to a proper stand In three )..ar they will

Mr. Cabell himself holds his seat only upon I duty, and yet the returns not in I not appear but what he may }et get a majority I at night, he received the friend!) communication !' I by mi"takt. He does not state which return ; I! make a f nce sufficiently strong to turn any

the same sort of t.so (imony. There is no evidence time. The officers cannot control postmasters j returned. In other words, that, having proved : marked, and herewith presented.t } in what false-ho'v many votes are involved ; : kind of tock. I drilled about one-half mil

of Gor. Moscley's handwriting, or his and mails. The mail is sent from Key West J j positively a majority contestant is also bound This was the first intimation contestant had that how long he has known the fact-the evidence last year. The weather was tery dry for t )

being Governor, or that the commission is a once a month, in a mail schooner, to Charles to prove the negative, that Mr. Cabell cannot Mr. Cabel would claim a seat. The m.tice, I "by which it is sustained, or by whichhe some time after I planted the berries, and they r

paper which he had any right to give. The ton. I might take the whole ten days for the reverse it. If Mr. Cabell's position is correct dated was immediately despatched. ;I expects to prove it-why he has not given 'I did nut come up until late in May, but where. a

great seal of the Stale requires no proof."- judge receive returns from all the precincts ; and his assumption, that he had a major and Mr. Cahell diligently sought, but was not j notice out, or why he has not the proof here. t ever the ground was properly prepared and "_

Greenleaf E,'., 55. The cerifcatt of the and if the mail was then gone for that month t I I ity proved before the Secretary, is also cor. found until the Huh, when it \as served. The I He cannot say he had no notice that those i moist I have a fine stand. Thf best of them '

Secretary of a particular it would necessarily be more than thirty days ;> rect, it follows concusin'h- contestant first intimation that contestant had that 'I r. J votes would !?:claimed, because he must have are from six to eight inches high. This year !

person has been recognized as a f foreign I before his returns could reach Tallahassee.- i should have hal certifcaie, an was prima Cabell claimed that the notice was iusam iciert, known, that in claiming a majority, contestant I !Ial plow and hoe them. I shall prepare 1

minister." U. S. v*. Benner, 1 Baldwin, 23'. I Contestant has received information( from persons !facie entitled, not then appear was in this city, flour a friend, and then not': would! claim all votes returned in his favor. I thi'year about one mile more inside of my .. 1

la case of Spalding & Mead, cat XXIV, con. I who seemed to know the t facts, that, the i i but what contestant would afterwards have a !supposed possible, until Mr. Calcl took that! He i ii referred to the quotation from the rmr- plantation, and I have no doubt that in three :y '

tested elections, page 157, the certificate of! mail before the election, tat schooner came to :; majority. l position in the House. If: a spirit of liberality ginal note, to the case of Michael Leib, quot.j )'ear(they wi answer the purpu'se as well, ,

the Secretary of State was received to prO I Key West behind her and agreed only i i Contestant is now the pat, with an ascertained and candour, he had intimated in what, ed l, himself in his last paper, page 2. or better the best kind of ri fence.- .i

the fact, that the rotes from the counties of j j to stay an hour ; which being too short a time It i and proved majority. He is the prima he wished a fuller notice, it would have been : 2.)That votes cast in his favor have not ,: The China is a tree of quick grow ,and flourishes it

Tatnal. .Liberty, and Camden, were not re- ': t for the citizei.s to arrange their correpon- I facie elected,and the burthen of proof is thrown I given as far as possible. been returned. He does not say where-bv | IJ _ia the Southern State The :'

tamed within the limit of 20 dan, within' deuce they refused to send the mail by that i I upon Mr. Cahel to show that there are anymore On the 20th, notices were sent to Mr. Ca- whom-how many-why not returned-his i|j berries should ,be covered about two inches a, .

which, by law, they were required to he sent, conveyance, and sent i to Tampa Bay : and, returs ; that those returns will give bell to take certain depositions, and he was j reasons, &c. See this subject in paper mark. !I! deep. Persons living in an open prarie coun. I- I

or the five days after, in which the Governorwas being to large for horse mail acres the I j' him a sufficient majority to reverse the scale. diligently sought for some hours, but he could j e<' Beta. j try would do well to make. the experiment, a ./

:o count; also of the fact, that the Governor country in that direction, it was lef there for I J I Mr. Cabell accepted his commission, knowingthat not be found, and the next day left the city and I 3. That the number of illegal votes cast for I!I well as these who I live where timber is inconvenient .)

counted the votes which were in, and weeks. In counties s situated, is absurd the returns had not come in from Hillsbo- the State. If Mr. Cabell's object has been I contestant exceeds his majority The same j;! to be had. IN INI

gave his certificate. And by another ccrtifi. i to apply limits to returns to be sent by mail j' rough and Monroe. And contestant is in. not to defeat the popular will, but to maintain objections-no persons are named, or where j I i Uespc tfiHv you S .J

cate of the same officer it appeared, that, after j But this question is without the jurisdictionof ; formed, and believes, with evidence inofficial it, by preventing hasty action on ex parte j they voted, or what is the objection} to them. !I JOHN GREEX. j

the Governor's proclamation was issued, and i the State. The State may "rt11ar the laid before him shewing it,that a majority fromat and partial statements," his design has been j It was decided in Basset .S. Barley, ((255,1 I I BUnt Corn, Jan., 1846. t- .t

his certificate given, the votes from those counties time,place, and manner of elections, and theI I I least one, if not both, of those counties was laudable, and very efficiently carried out ; but j Contested Elections,) by a unminus committee A PRIze BLANK. Some l'I

did come in. And this, although in Georgia -' House is to judge of the election in contestant's favor. Mr. Cahcl has admit. what he means by not havinghad an opportunity I that until disproved,the return is prima |a! when all the AJD world A: mid- year I lotteries ago, t

by the same case, it the returns ,and retun.*"' of its qulicatiol when ted in the House and committee of knowing or contesting contestant's : facia evidence of the legality of the proceed.i j I, the conk of middle were upon ,
a aged gentlemen drew
law appart that he his friends for the claims, the which he based his ings. And in Porterfield r*. McCoy, ( ,) j
were required by to b to the Gov.error States require returns to be sent, and \\ty rx.1 sent to returns. or grounds on : (207 from his hands the savings of some t'
and not to the Secretary of state, as is press within a certain time, it is merely Contestant did not interfere with the returning claims," is not so well understood, as he certainly I that all votes {poled should be presumed Her master, curious to know tha cause Jears.-, learn
the case in Florida both officers and sent them forms to fill and knows that contestant claimed good, unless impeached by evidence. And i I
by constitution andlaw. i tory, and has always been so held. Sec case no up a major. I ed that she had dreamed that *
i, of John Richards: D David Bard, : return. Mr. CaLel is bound to show what ity of votes, and that the counties of in Easton rs. Scott, ((272,) decided, that- j I repeatedly a.
p. ; lisLor.j certain number
and she
: : I
: was a prize,
504.- So in Diddle & Richard vs.. Wing, ifj i\ Spalding Mead, 157 ; Wiouhhjunior, majorities remain be brought in in his favor. ough and Monroe had not been I .Before taking testimony upon the qualifi.j':I had bought it. He called great her a fool for her 'l-

is said, cerife copies of public records it isble"ed vs. Smith, p 6:; Mallory vs. :!,; I Contestant cannot know all of the precincts in X. The idea of requiring the original returns I cations of ,'oterl the party objecting should 'I'' and never omitted an occasion to tease ;; :
I Florida which of them elections for the of whetherthe give notice of the particular qualifications pains
are always good c\idence. ;i Colden vs.T Sharpe, 371 ; Draper vs.. Johnson, or at were purpose enquiring her the su1 'cct. One day, however, the ,, i
In Huganin vs.Ten Eyck. the amount 702. I held, except from the official returns, and information secretary did his duty properly, comes t in which they are deficient-a general averment upon J :
master in the his book :
saw or at
shown by the official certificate in far of both I This objection to the admission of.otlle. from his friends. All of his imi or. strangely from the party insisting upon the infallibility J that they are illegal is insufficientthe sellers in the country newspapers town, that the number LM
taken basis of I mation that will be found in the and conclusiveness ofa commission names of the | exeepted to must' .
calculation ,
perties was as a and j. cause not returned by a certain day, unreasonable I subject paper persons I was actually the S.U.OOO prize. The cook r.+
the additional: added them. herewith and marked Beta. As based the of the also be stated. And in Draper vs. John. :'I
returns to and almost impossible in its limitation, i h !j presented solely upon report secretary. was called tip; : a palavar ensued-had known '
508. In Silas the there That which that commission is ston. ((702.) that votes polled are prima facie
returns contestant
Wright vs. George Fi&IJer. a strange commentary upon Mr. Cabell's repeated to presented by very report on I each other for loth to &c. '
tie certificate of the Secretary of State was : declarations of his disposition to abide I I!j is the evidence of the Secretary, in his certif.I'I issued, is.presented as the basis of the calcu. : good, and the party contesting must impeachthem. In short he many years and ; part but I.
was accepted
ten a evidence of the numbers of votes t for t tl the will of a majority, and unwillingness icate to the three tabular statements, marked :\: lation, and the subsequent returns are certified In sc'crl cases it has been doubted insisted on proposed marriage being celebrated ;next
al parties. | ) a minority. CThat paper shows all the r'tur.of every i! copies of the originals. If the action of thesecretary and the decisions baTe been diverse, as to .
J '
represent .Married and the
they were as !
704.- In Draper vs. Johnson certified copies ; V. Mr. Cabell objects that tic secretary'does ; nature received by him to the 20th o'"tmber'l was correct, the contestant: ha' a whether votes by ballot could be impeached. J:: morinf them from church they C\the -

of the returns, giving the numbers for each j not certify to the authenticity of the returns Contestant requested the Secretary to stnd majority)' the subsequent returs. If incorrect 4.-o That at two precincts theus| !! were i: t following dialogue :-u We! Molly enjojed, two hap-

candidate, were taken as a basis the cont.cache i in his office. Contestant is not certain forward instantly all returns which,might be I then the sitting member was improperly closed too early- and votes for Mr. Cabell events in one day. You have married!, I ;If

bJ I that he understands the objection ; but will i subsequently received. He did not a.k for j returned, and his commission void. But the lo>t. He does not state where, or whose trust py a gohusband.. You have something .'

By all the laws of Florida, and the Stateconstitution | remark that, if the secretary had confined himself !j those only in his own favor. Tht subsequent commission cannot be valid and omnipotent to votes, or how many, &c.-the: same objections:: else : but, first, let me a>k where have 4
the have been sent forward and hold Mr. Cabell in contestant's seat, \\hilst as before. He says, at those polls{ contes you you ,
Secretary of State i is the proper j to certificates from judges probate, and j returns promptly ; I locked up lottery ticket ?" Molly, who .'
officer to whom returns are to be made of j j clerks of county courts, in his count, then the contestant presented one in favor of Mr. ('a- Mr. Cabel contends that the basis of the com- ; tant's vote exceeds his present majority. !! thought her jour master was only her a.
the election of by the him and mail, wouldall bell, and will present all he receives. Nor I lissiol wholly nnlawful. Contestant ha' : Would he exclude all the go votes received, i bantering
Representative proper returns sent coming by i because j I gain on the old point, cried, non ye say no : ,
returning officers ; and he i il required to I have been certified copies of records,judicially does contestant see in what manner Mr. Ca- I always contt'rled that improper returns werecounted some were too latl. more about it. I thought how it would be,and ;
al) keel bell's the by the in favor of M Cab. 5. That inspectors neglected to be sworn. I .'
official papers received by himself made, and as goo evidence, by express j present position can impress committee secretary I' I never sould hear the end on't, so I sold ,
I before tht
Governor, as wel as a register and index statute in that as the originals, and ': with the importance or duty of contes ell ; but Mr. C. and his friends have contended The same objections as -no notice to the baker of our village for a ,1 ;
thereof tant's Mr. notice of his that that should not be looked into f j given-no specifications. If true, it shouldnot I ginea
; (acts assembly, 1845- p. 2,) and he necessarily authentic. But a the secretary t! giving CaLel applca. question profit. So ye need never be angry \a if
and the committee determined look into ) etlect the vote of the qualified voters, bona m.
is I tion for of records. to
to perform the duties appertaining to the has counted inspectors' returns, it does not | copies public :1 r. again about that."-Western Continent.A '
have asked and had and the If the committee take either fide put in. In England it does not have that .
office majority.
of Secretary of the Territory, ((20 p. 4.) necessarily follow that they are all authentic. I heI might copies j
and the great seal,is in his custody, and is made Some may be simulated entirely, and others | aught the committee knows!', has copies: of course, contestant is entitled to the seat by the i effect, though the law requires tho officers to j hungry Scotchman took up a raw egg, :'!
his and all the which to the office. He majority of l lawful returns. I> be sworn, and great rigor is exercised in election the shell and it his '1i
official seal, he may certify, under i it, I erroneous. But the committee will look at I papers came cracked was raising to .
copies of 6 any statutes, laws, resolutions, reacrpp them at all, or recognize I the right of the sec. I had a right to have them. And though con- XI. Mr. Cabell next contends that if all cases. See PeckwtIs cases, 506. The ;I mouth, when his ear was suddenly saluted by .3
letter, or document, by law placed j I to count them in an manner, then it j I testant acknowledges himself bound to presentall these technicaloiflicultiesand points are over- true question in al cases were legal votes I the shrill pipe of an unborn chicken. Ye ':r I i.
retary ) which to him in favor of Mr. Cal ell ruledhc must have timer of certain new pulled' All tho presumptions are in f favor of late cried and down
keeping, and care, and such must presume the officers have done their came > proof : spoke 10 Sawney), '
copy shall have the same force and effect 8 the I duty, and that these inspectors' returns are equally with his own, that did) not prevent Mr. matters, impeaching the qualification of vo. i the returns, and the compliance by the offs. went the pult, feathers and all. ;
original would hare/' authentic and correct. It only by count- Cabel from presenting his own, if any, which ters, the validity of returns, the qualifications j cers with their duty and the law. See case j if
\a his also He had of and fraud misconduct i of Basset and Bayly, 255. In Porterfield rs. Tom arm STORY.-Some ancient writer tells
to inspectors charging or
The papers in question are all copies of pa. I ing them, that Mr. Cabell obtained his certifiCate duty procure. 10. gross :
pert in his office in his custody and care, and as is in proof. He is estopped from : tice that his seat would be contested, on the in office. McCoy, ((2G7,) decided, that if ccrk who of I beautiful young man, who won the hears j if
of the l in favor of In other words, the election of{ keep polls, afterwards swear to it of lots of noble ladies ; perceiving which, he I,
some of them of official papers sent to him, disputing their authenticity ; or, if admitted to i ground majority being con. admitting
If then he has than contestant, b a of votes facie is as effectual a if previously sworn to keep went and disfigured his face, by wounds,
majority prima
by law; they have the same force with the j dispute it, the commission and the seat belong testant. any more votes ) s .
'I lawful and h facie and J them fairly and impartially. In Easton ts. that he might do no more mischief. That
originals. Mr. Cabell's that a his ground. The secre. those counted in his favor by contestant, was returns prima correct i
argument certificate contestant on own
under the great seal, and in conformity tary is required to count returns. He certifies it not his duty to present them ? But be has made by officers who have prima facie j cot ((272,) decided, that it is not necessarythat tough.A l
should the
t special law, is not a good as an el parte what he counted. The things he counted I relied, in his first paper, and in his last, upon their duty, Mr. Cabell now proposes to contest j book the oath for appear the upon knows poll REPLY TO A CHLLENOE. The following ,1
II though aught contestant ,
affidavit of an ordinary witness to a fact, loses I must be presumed, if legitimately counted, as his commission as conclusive ; and contends, the election of contestant, and asks for it ; in this In i is the reply of Col. Gardiner, a British officer ;{
case. Mallory r*
tight entirely of the nature of record evidence; until impeached.VI. | that law and State rights do not allow any time. Contestant respectfully contends, that ( may decided that it is the :lerri I, of distinction and tried valor, to a challenge
authentic : ,) not
the member before '
it votes to be counted, though lawful and returned be must become sitting : i
( that the alllirorn Cabell the from I sent him adventurer
rget. certifying ofcer arc Mr. objects to return be the House to allow legally given, to {be by a young :
fin this case by art. \1, Hillsborough, because the judge of probatewas if returned after thirty days. these various questions can legitimately I defeated by the mistake'otes and negligence of the "I fear not your sword, but the anger of 1i

lee 1;] it requires rigorous proof of his own not the proper returning officer. This I As to the entire county mentioned, it is a mooted. officer. In Colden Sharpe, my God. I dare venture my life in a good 1
has been allow returning '
commission, and places parol proof) and evenex question, as well as all preceding, has been new county, and at a distance from the seat ofgovernment The present contestant not 'I ) the committee "The ts.committee cause, but cannot hazard my soul in a bad one. :
of for ((371, ,
parte afdvit before all judgments, deeds fully discussed and decided by the commitlee. I with a small population, and those ed to raise the qttion, but return has been separateand thrown i will adduce no argument says to that votes I will charge up to the cannon's mouth for the i''I.
from each prove
and utmost and fcolemttity. considered also in the marked Alpha scattered at great distances other. primary of but I want to
sanctity is cr good country
pap my
and be lostor courage :
recors i I the election. He has not the I fairly honestly given, ought not to
that lie J
Mr. C. does not pretend a majority upon contesl.d "
t the the citadel of Satan.
By argument, j prove by highJ2 and be passed here. aside storm r
may set for omission mistake of the
of the officers in an or
of the
the committee that he acts
in i it and stated to legality making
law of Florida j Cabell if the )
proof one must prouct./ VII. But, contends Mr. certificate II
not an exemplification under the great I of the judge of probate is admitted, he did not know that any election had been held I out his majority. lie has not contested a returning ofcers. I is conceived what to has be been en. SMART DE\L.-** 0, just look out 0' the .

but the affidavit of the Secretary. Who shall i to the i inspectors returns from Key in it. I was reported in Tallahas that I single voter's qualification The sitting member I tirely unnecessary to pruvetlmat window, Mr. Editor and see that string of r,
objects the uniform decisions of the House of
i Representative
the affidavit ? This none been held. Contestant has information has met him upon these grounds:, and relied men and boys with poles on their shoulders.

&tes III. Mr. Cabell object to want of certainty I. West been a illegitimate decided. The returns.committee can questionhas only which he believes to bo. correct, that upon his commission: only. He expressly ?, since tho formation of" the Government What do you suppose they are after?"
in the held an election refers to and his commission in i; in such cases, i is correct. In Draper "They are after fish in the pond, I
in the and contends that it is not { Mr. in his seat, for one moment, only one precinct county reliespn pre.
memoria keep Johnston : the officers
Cahel i\v. ((702,) are "
all his first he takes issue !! presumed
him notice and the poll 8 to 1-giving contestant sume.
to give of the His certifi
returns. tno
sufficiently by looking inspectors of on all the points made in the memorial. j i tu be qualified b oath, until the contraryis "No Sir. all dIe
grounds contest, and he refers to the case j cate is based them. If they can be a majority Il I shown. ) They are one after
upon other claimed in his f favor objects to the notice of contestant, and other."
the returns +
As to
of Michael Leib Book Elections I IK
counted for him fur they must
"Contestl any purpose 0. That of the returns for contestantare .
5 that his commission is 'cand many t
of the at ink-faced little
he mentioned in ,
and which page I
>5. In that case the was contested j also be counted for The commit. presence concus null and void. This is l"gont you wretc.
so ,
cottstant. ,
for of against the farther of the iega. vague k Yes Sir !" '
committee, the reasons doubting some protests proceeding ,
in the
by the pf illegality
on pretence tee can establish no rule which will not ope. that be
I can
e-ol them will be found in marked Beta committee. At another, page 8, "he sugfTALLAHAMEE I necessary.
and the committee : The petition rate alike both If the commit.te. paper
; say
I upon parties. 7. That the election at one precinct was FIRM .-A raw Yankee was
all if admitted, would not overcome contestanl's A.'FECIO
contains no direct or specific charge of at Mr. CabclPs instance, rule out in. and ,
any And contestant in I I conduce by a person not qualified according once asked if a certain married coupe; of his
any illegality in the election,"and clearly such spctor'return, they must rule out all, and in. the proved shows majority.evidence of further returns .\00. 16th, 1S45. I to law. The same objections as before. Decided acquaintance lived happily together; to whichhe
,.a insufficient petition.But \ contestant the seat. But, in looking same paper I in Draper vs. Johnson, ((702,) I dew-
in his favor not received, which would MY DEAR aOIElBROl'GH :1 went to the courthouse ofcer replied, By hokey guess they
in this case, claims his seat into the election, the committee can look colore the of '
cne&at all claimed Mr. Cabell too.,to see you but finding you engaged in acting derv, regularity ap you couln't separate em with a beetle
because, &at the election, the greatest num. into these returns, though it might not have far overbalance by the interminabl case of Smith and 1'ettus, I could pointments will be presumed. a
ber of votes of the legally qualified voter was been legitimate for the secretary to do so.- and presents documents sustaining his belief, not speak you. I t1 to tell you, AS YOU REQUESTED 8. That at several precincts the inspectors I Ulde !
ia favor of memorialist and of said this there of though not official. I what tou.e proposed in regard to goingon Are looking for any one in particular!
c not But, in case, was no judge probatein to I in and were not appointed according to law. Same you
Edwird." the county, and the clerk of the county court Contestant would feel mortified at the reproach EZECrto JVainglo my ".halltaft. Ireftryou aJr days answer Us to No. 7. a the rat laic to the cat when she was peep

Human language cannot be more specific ; has been elected clerk of the superior court ; conveyed in Mr. Cabell's Oth page, of of today for the ,, o.o which induce me Sentne pursue 9. That legal 'f'oter were not admitted to ing down ._._

tad if he Lad rebutting testimony t introduce, and he ha certified, in the same manner with want of liberality and candour, if lu did not this eottrte. I think. you will agree with me that I I ,'otf for Mr. C., though allowed to voto for Did you ever sec a young lawyer who was i

surely this ¬ice enough t hare it ready. the inspectors, as will be seen by paper X, feel that it was wholly undeserved. He can. have no other dot [ )ours, very truly, county officers. Same general objections a not extremely wise, and who did not understand .
He memorialist him notice ofT and not presented before, not conceive how he could have been more other not challenged casein ?
all gave no herewith presented (Sinned) E. C. CABELL.. to point Perhaps they were your every particular
es in Hillsborough Key West in favor because deemed unnecesr and \only .liberal without giving up the scat to which he P. S. Of course this note i U not to be published. when they voted for county officers.Mr. .-' VERY afraid," said a
of contestant ; and he might have added St. j offered in corroboration inspectors' re. has been elected, or more candid than he was [I was read with Mr. C.'s assent,in answer to his. C. admits they voted for county officers, PoBnJLE.-"lm going to have

:1e Apalachicola and all other places turns, and to prove that there was no judge of when he told Mr. CabeI that if he accepted frequent complaints. It was of read want to of show notice that in time he had to prepare my and returned and offered to vote fur Congress. a lady stiff to neck.husbnd, Im .

at which contestant received totes. probates. In further corroboration of said return his commission his would be contested, notice of contest, in form, *!soon as I had hit notice In Draper vs. Johnson, (712( ,) it is expressly Not at all improbable, my dear," replied {

lie content was not as to the several places, *, contestant herewith presents a letter of claim; and it shows that had inquired his course, I' decided, that a person having once voted for her 'I hawneen strong symptoms
bat of This latter was objected to, and presented, : and had not obtained a definite answer, and spouse o
is to the and the sitting mem. from a highly respectable gentleman Key no my pur- State officers only, cannot, fer"ars come it ever since we were" married." -
ber agg and the certificate r pose was told him as tray be inferred from U e ntt]
well rech.ed his commit. Wes to mother at Tallahasseewritten on i clek's j'cte. forwatd) and vote for Congr .



ii. __. I

-- -----
J -- -- ---- of antiC to half its former width, while-
----- ------ -- -- ---- hew utterly it must fail. Instead it tU ??.
-- -- mind eeaoughtoproe
---- -- - ---- to that .he had, in a measure, made up her inie it ha added three-f-Id to the
----- -- -- of a quack, which would be sure ( | great would meat certainly sacrifice them rapidityo'irse of IM
sruccii ov MK. CAL.IIOUV.or give a diplomat character to the mess ige, and b'' the consistency The man who would be COMS.ttnt : ironi its Geographical pcsition, that it would protection,war with me.for it. by land. Within the tame pencd,electricihV
public reason,
I : kill the patient ulti-I and that is a strong
t .u!>jt-t to *.l the objections which have been just quack mately pass into our hands But be this as it and the greatest and mcst diffused cf all known
would be but a political them as citizens, -
cm CAXOLIXA, in the same wa> I feel obligation protect nalizertts
suziril l but; admitting that it was blendta \\-uld be could not Dut see that there were great Imrro1f our ercjuraged them has been made the instrument for the
his We have
.-On the resolution I 1 ,; mnral! to ctfcct I Iw and in d.in.r.rous cast, pre-scriptrn woulJ preclude : brethren, and kindred tr n _
MItCh 10,1S4J all notice.as
< j> a weapon her ef I will
fci the Senate. ; cotllrvu.I! II.then thi. Ixerutncis: nov realli in way gieingsoch will not give a vote which, in roy mission cf thoughts, not say with the
gmag notice to Great BnUia of the abrogation !. "ii'd. .-'.. how could that be e-rt.d. but t,\ 1>I'g'I not less taial iKitxMthstanJnz the stron us from the right of stttlinz She has i.idicd, the I to emigrate, and I and abandon tl cm. But what if lightning, but by lightning itself. fagc Pidity
of would wj
convention joint th !'is'fl5 to intimid te < fit Bnitaia-t. inti- in f"'ttr cornl'rlmls' the convention of the l'n'thaI opinion, ruin ,,
of the occupancy 3" Ins recominaidii'g notice same right to terminate effect would be certainly a'comphshed ire stretching themselves ira all directjem ,

Mr. CALHOUN being etite t;the foor, rose lat, s! '. I I.v ii-ili.z 1,1 t''!.at !t t.e n.'lst quit the trli- :. .Un, ;Ji illdl:;i u I,have-d in no information message that i ne.t common we have, as it isexprtsslv provided that titter I war would fail to on the line offered by the rarth, and when their mystic meshes shajl Eav,
', : \ hich by compromise
I tT\ tt.c S ir, r ite.l I..t its eif, \ it. But there is anether, convention and itself
aad addressed the Stnttc : \1'i' : "Xt' ui..ht net to subjert him to the clur.e II I in.coasisttncy. may give President" There are none of our citizens, if I am snited perfect, our globe iU

The qte.tio uade consideration is, wLcther notice lion b* ;..rC'01 w'i: a xt. uid that b but an at- to .al. it but ,h' uld be put down to the ehar;. sheelaims to be still inesitemecear.d to which we, correctly informed,settled north of 493 UMish loss ed w ith sensitiveness,so that v hat ever tcocltei

shall b given to Great Britain, that the cOD\e-1 peal ti> her tar, with tV ho I: -t \f'I'ltincor"e- of circumstances to which 1 have adverted holding under Spain are patties itb her I referto j that line, and we at once give our citizens in Oregon inv one point, will be instantly felt en every
ami ber thall ter. ionswhtci her reavui had refusal to \ ie! ? i ucli the Niotka Sound convention It is strictly analogous all this
of between us : take All these eitrtL
tion Jvint occjpancy! That it is l.calculated to alter: the n'>itions in I and security, and with them full opportunity improvements increasing
dilute at the ed the vear. T'> that iue>tion. I a i ap,',' *!, in ".4'.1 i a i.5ile Ilti\. xvoild: be !'siardou -, different ol the Senate, in rtlvrentt with that of l >-i, though dissimilar peace realize their object in emigrating ration-all the progress now making, would be ia
& bv the portions to
and those unmed: rruwin.o.it of it, I slia a l con I i,it in that ot t not.ce, is be
fine ay remarks I siv r ithing in reference land, instead hf a teap *:i to eafort.-! o coZrNnn"L j.-h I wui call lucia) who ItO fcr the whole ot Or'. I no (.ruvis.ou for giving notice, and can only I and passing war for reasons looking to the whele. I [Sntain As great as it is, it is but the e noto

to the title to 1 lav in*been ; it wo,ltd be tinecalcuUted to ileit it. the ,' vvith then annulled bv violate Under it, we, according to. oppose what ment-the dawn of a new civilization,
Oregon connedo notice tl.e ..'. mu"t, lam s ire, Kel 1 to t>c c. with herself tu I sec nothing to hope from star be its result it mort r Sn
the negotiation in its ailv &tag',>s, itw .ju .& Tier rnau.ui.: rta..ul.r'otuq on Th.1nnd, I am cuii'iJetit, have theme interest l lin t I her own showing, have equal} rights may. On the contrary, I believe that the most successful more elevated, more intellectual, mere ronl th a
ica'e to h-cu9s tne of pait of thusi:>a orircierr -l to, u ot a verv diflorcntchara bcliev joint occupancy and settlement, ot which we cannot he and all preceding it. Shall u
to be
on my part : IU.jec indel-1 ; now 'se.n: ther u nat renson herrights and triumphant war that could be waged present *t
..b the < onvcrtion it>cl!. and notice the ,J which she places
< trr > en
thall l abstain from all erotI1Ltieand every I .d with or withojt be deprived on grcui which hall incur the responsibility of retarding iu .
its advair.ind
\ : either that of I that Ire ditlr!ne win be c >mt'r >uii breach ol faith one in which all would be accomplished
til in without
but co'idtraii :iv nitrriiv the a '
1te1&n4ofvtItr. l.t to territory this would be
tc'in4the [ such
calculated ; bad when there was no hope iicompromise. advocate could dare hope for-in bv a war as
in-tead cf bcin n tic as they true policywas most extravagant
:I aid .-.dilly: on als>i!>- lMcr l-i", on the ffl.l'IW1, that ; ofdrC1Jm.tlrIC It seemed then to me clear that our this opposed to
express m! ;eIl fredy f2ty, rizht It is clear that under such chane the convention which we should conquer the Canada, New Brunswick I am, in connexion, a wi/betw-..
I mtou h, in the course of ruv reI I the ..,I..1 t .-curing and perpetuating cur for notice will such as I have stated : to adhere to which should drive :he United States and Great Britain. They
jectsoa ,1.lct !. the reason civ ing and Nova Scotia-in we arttlM
I hll i3 the territ..n, they I:ave !id the sery revere d-1 and I let settlement determine to whom the ter- ,
farthest advance
tbark these} p-efatcrv the in
a.toether ceas- countries
two in thu
title to then ha-, in a jrrtat measure i if not what- the British flag from the continent, arid compel n atrareer
s'ltnctheniiUour I the time
of mean
proceed .A owe t'< the dis-is;ion cf tte question of fret to vvejcii insteai lv eJ that I a'na'J! : cot be surprised to find thenVite rtorv should belong affordmz in : Britain to yield the whole bv treaty, in the shcrt period of improvement and amelioration cf theten.lition
I t i>, is 'rcos< so to cur people
which all t be agreed the territory M\ oi.iui..n, utu" > [ might think proper
mu facilities we besides
n ev ttoJomrrercial
notice. Tre 11 one It.J'I ot ten would be disastrous to in I allude cf dir race They are, ,tbe two
pmt iraUc ra.t aZaiDst with theprovisions
have been& I years
; that a great c ha",taken p'ace: since thecomnenerantu1 theoppfi it''' It wujld, iuJ.-.J, I tT.ot? th' r-'mi,e h..s gone f, rth,'r. and emigrating to the territory .not inconsistent I its and devastations the oceans of : and are difiusing their idery
on the 1.th, !! trj: : and exterdinsjcur laws not to ravages extended
havt ttlel it tl. bv i
to notice to e i coinpruim tbeconventien
this esiori 1 their ,
I H toe that h.re ate I flow and the niamft Id looses and commerce, blessing ewr t .i
tht tmi that
that 1 thev.l\ zin blood must ,
bit that. i; well kr o-vn, s-i- i .,Still to the same :
latitude ai
and ot 11I1I1.t" ::
in its bearings upon the ut'i.n peace war parallel ; the wh le ot tu'oJ"Ii1' 'ver ihetu ;l'f'rk..naH.v the llobe tte have been raiked up by Prosiden
I otPir in fict : ..eemediubte a< to oUr title to Parliament miseries which would accompany war They g ,
Jlie warsal of
At 1"1 time, n"tic'was a qu..tio:of the frt majnituJe inpo-siMe. at the tin the cfOreat l clear a.il 1oe.tionabio.. It cm not, at Ir.t>t,, extent that: treat Uril'&ll.a,1 bart: k i inn.I arc common to all wars but however vividly painted :hes4 great and noble r ur x-vs, ard I trust we ihaH
but on pjrt > ht not to g<> )
side rtjvted
: that '
tacdv.i ijn of wh.ch to aearance.depnied ".i "Ir r. it Deemed ci ir we u.
0 :1 h.l" been I > lOt fail to fulfil our hzh destiny I
: lterntive Hutjn ', rennlt.ai u > t'5'ti.'iisDt.! alta it ques laws they have but little effect in deterring a brave not amt beside,,
b'lt noit Butdiu. I no rejvCti".n i !i!! no other e | and that slie! ild bv no means extend cur i
of or war : we '
the q'le-ti.n i eace a'lt' .1111 1 in tins 'peed lowar w ith England at this
sur.rndr cf rights t.> tic I nedso fr"jlll'at' v al.1 l with etch: ; : effects of that people from a resort toil. No doubt these inflictions tspeciallv cf ttexcause ; -
and I 4 .e.tl t > aims, ti a our Urrit. riallv. Th nc ."v i
: it
maybe |'i
of minor importance unchanzcdas over 1 hold that it to te !
i one comparatively is now decided.
into the convention To duo'hinc. ,. I iis:u"ion. But if t'nir' mtcn renim the territory, would be very great in a contest between two nations wh
effect I to cnttr extend tariff acts to
decisive ler'! 'rq
d""idlitner I was \lthn.I any in the 'hine tn the cleans 's 01 our title, I put it to themwhether would: be to our hichrepiires of such imraense power, and s.j situated as to be able her we are to exist ins future as friend* or eoraun..
been to ce unotilulion. 55
would have ue
lhe ,
tii be .
oceither. The ci3-e of thuchan? \\ explained acq tben actualpf I there is not s"u ed.f rente die t'1 the opill10.1 und.r an exj.t4] | r visionot t laid to da each other the greatest harm in war and the liar at tins time, and for this cause, would deeritlupremaey.
the of rema'-vs, great indeed j < Gret Britain, whose subjects were in that alt*! dn'ies and I taxes shall be
coJre my shah hereafter stand
in SJ 'ntertain
s->ni'ei uni.1 we istrattfentmie
\ et the But great he devastation -
adders' to ours, of the great tli5eSILt The greatest rood in peace as as *
that it hi* not onlj rendered > ,in. Her posfc's-ion being I the United Strte.
has beta th- chaare. iortnally throughout
niturin thn the iliirerent vievvs U these n.>t *">m, th: dice to the and destruction of life would be in such a struggle Ft[ would give birth to a struggle in which one or tkt
woud hive been snadJt:t ui tanifldutiee, on infant -
: the )n in the me iae. ; trictions imposed bv our high
inapplicable I I111m before
ur.e that the e\e-n cf their wn pth'iral of to be repaired on >ther would have to succumb it terminatedind -
the fat, m1Jrit a nature speedily
title to be they are
far not
be i has altered intervening 11.1 1, int i too perfect a of the territory would go '
recomtne Kimg n3t.C to giv :, bOI ; : fi lends, Lose patriotism and iii'tilizencc: thee commerce side The indomitable industry and entcrpnef which, inc the end, might prove ruinous to tot .
ml-1 To 1\'lli.1 that we ere comjwiledto emigration, butt our
of the t\e terially the to
: their think tint our ): the if war can be avoided,
regard asmt -rivr ti O\MI with the resources of the country n contrary powerful
p.tl"n convention to caiiint the < our people, great
several S*'n ate t o hich it haj g*ven resort t3 f<'rce, or "n er ant i a pr(- t.iibt be ali r.ate the atu-cti'jn 01>l its pnple To enJoy calculated
Or.1 ri.htt V.. : the Uttir title! is ml c o clear JIlt that a Compr 'tine broad Pacific, withits would soon repair the former, while our rapidly :auses are now in operation, to cement
ci-.ey the
show. erie our 1
to hle..ill'i ef free trade over
I oct
shal proceed i Iref..rrl .d ? To sti'l! sr"ii:t'f'luti..u, the latter md secure a lasting-I hope a perretualpssra Uween
Jina *nnnd ttmn of te tae sie: i* founded and the \.ntimi( ..fl'--a-l! I were the c roe > rf ot that pr.fireme ;The* were catered into ., I ask them, as i atn.>.. and the trienrfsot Or.n.'ehiethcr numerous the slro'nt inducement to.rimir'ratmon War has far heavier calamities fer a free pe-o- the two countries, by breaking down the bar
there com-
that bo
the wanobope the end to
on tln\icll"n fr, the fact itseli rf so great a Ji\'i..i"I, even m than these though lees aesebie-calarnitee- ur-i winch impede their commerce, and thtrtbtiritirg
of the di'fi-.ilties cr. ".*'tns out cf the Ore for the two-foil o'tjt-cM.! as oib 'itutes war. ,' and to impose high chilies, would do pie ,
rr'Jmif lald and the ri"its of ill' our rahts to the tern- smote; urelve. d f" not afford tron reason whv ; alienate its inhabitants their nature not easily, remedied I refer to p -rma- then roore closely by a vastly tiJargedera*
admit cl ratio: 'rt..n
gn; cjienon. .s tv>o clear t any In settleil b* ; aVl":11to in. re to m-heckcrnizratmon. ntrnal intercourse, equally beneficial to bcth. Ifve
should n..t ai social and political charges,
the controv .r other nent and dangerous
jubt. Its la!Kruze is expre". states in so many tory, as tao then *to< i. unimpaired. Toappncutel ., and *,parute them mom our Umm.'n, than anv settirnee the
I couid wi-dom .'the 1 jxhrv it mut l>" l"rne in mind free Are tuv wiln*':, .- wise ami jiatri tic m rii, will be to the Pacinc what New Fncland which often follow in its train, in the character ot sh.nld now succeed in example
words the conv;ction, that no CJproCis rights desirous of securing! the whole| ot Ore;'iti, to phrt, cau>e Oregon the and their institute n*. A war between rce trade between us, it would force all ether tisi.
which out It be accepted On that that at that time our tin..ins 'f ertiiizo ir to the .\tlanticin its colonial state and its people
et.tt c.nI1..t wan i great a r>j.v"r at Hns- to described ized counties to fellow it in the end. The cease.luelece .
b such has been in
'I the in and Great as
\ country
that the cfllr which had the tl'rritor cf a"'I'IrHl; p<>3"ion. v\cre e will contend as eanutl) for the unret us
con\icti.n. it ar'mln" limited t.. th.efJf Great Prit- land, when th,' united ..u .'port and zealous ri-'Ip rl- (I'f\j'\, New which nerve arid muscle on either side woubl would be, to diffuse a prosperity greater tod
been to th* I Pntish tnim.*er to settle the con.troer'y 1 ceeta:1&Y& compared ted jo\racnt: of the tra.e! d the: Pacific as every
nude i be well conceived
the 4 nh parallel ot latitui had been I I ain, bat that the were .te\il lv and ri['idiv mcreasinz tion of all wou'd b.' indispensable to jiport II'.cla id!.'rs .l.d f.rtbatcf the .\tlintic before the revottiti..n. be strained to the utmcst, and everv dollar put in requisition none universal than can and to
tl. bv bonds cf mutual interest the of
to them people ail
0 ninazemertf aiLir at in the contest' I anjieal: in eliJTaMtr which could be comrranded, could not fail, mite
and title tJ the Those w ho had the ill.I leed. one of the ]'rmcipalcitises
xvithdrawn after rejctn.: I IIU ,
It 'J vvh. tLirth 'v nuntne-s But advocating the cause of tree trade
aid the obstacle r, a' p) rtv m n, arejustied under circurr.stanccs.to work most disastrous, : in ,
conviction it that rcriod] wi-(-lv relied time rapidiiread revolution! Should we re- present
chle .*** (h th sjn' recommends I 'Jp"'n wriii! ltd to the
re direc'i the pe'rsI'n.r; t C' j I.u..h a course ,1! [ ihc\ and I fear incurable changes in the social condition an actuated not iess b; the political consequences
in ,
j trade
to C )ncres to cue t tie notice in order to annul p-tpulation in a v\ttrrn as | II -trict bv our hijrh tariff duti< s their infant ,
of the ter- "hldlhetht.r it-vould cud in war or hut toilIterminate of and their political institutnns. To ikelv to how from it, than the advantages to be deived -
ultimatelv ( our people,
all < to extendtu
the with the vie-vto remove impediments means acjuirmz p"'S.cIQ ihev readily find a powtr prepared
cO\en'iGn. d.vision and ( IistractiL ol their might which must from it in an economical point cf view. I ie'card
the tins
in ,
ronvtn'ionith realize the in respect
to the assertion of our ruLl to the wholeS ritor'and entered into the a view them ail the arh.nl.lle4..f free trade, to be followed consequences

the Assirain, then that there would of pre .trmz ournzhts uruaipaireJ.uit.l they could part* ? not difficult to!tee pf'r't"iuft. Inf follow, it is necessary to look to the immense extent it in the dispensation cf Providence as one of
; ,
S territory Uitbout pursuing this branch rf. the suSject further bv Consequences which it would It would, in all probability, he great means of huring ID the happy period
be no ,', ml.,rras us, that at the expiration operate with lull tlltct bv thev consultations I came to the conluiioti to rage
c6mpr.mi the I shall cont"luJe143t I hid to sav in reference unce Mexican and Indian as well as a war oretoid bv inspired prophets and poets, when uhou'd
I war
of late tn roudemii act a an
of the twelve month, a p,'n>l would arrivewhen It i* taut! t x> common I that our true j policy was to let our people ern- prove
i it i3yin''lnt.1.I for one. fe,'1 and acknowledge < with with Great Britain and as jch would extend to be no more
them ,
title to the t m'ht abandoned \ cfour (predecessors and to pronounce unju-t, to by } themselves for the present as
oar b izrate an. civern
adverting the the change that
to In
cr firrthr maintained ; and that neither our honor nor unwi'e, cr mipatrutic.fr"tn not little interference as pos-ible: (n our part. every portion
I c..0- inhr *told pernit us to abindin! it in uher circumstances undr wmeh they a.te.1. Thus lo I'' for notice,.in any "na, white thl'reHi a.ipirentlv; great capacity from their origin Atlantic and the Pacific, the inland and exterior, i >eace is pre-eminently our policy There may be

t wordthat we mtit then assert l'l edt ive sovreijnty I 1'ilze, i. to do yreit injustice t,; the \\i" and pat- no hope ot cornprtlr.lIJl' : but now that there is, I amdispesuil and rtspect their, they native prsss instincts I would let teem go constituting a circuit of probably not less than 7X> lations, restricted to a small territory bemme'dm'n

In this to to do so, if it fhnuld I lx properly modified miles It would in order to cor duct it with ail sides so situated that war may be necessary Vy
to the while to the u.'- 'l ion of that of riotic ci"n whjireceued 'H case, it i< lli .re alii settle the country in their own \\a ,glnng require '

Great Britain, unios the latter should, in the in. I cond-tu such men T* Monroe )H'lSh, Ch v and Gal- I sin thus brojzht to th- question under cou..iJ..r- them all the aid!, uatenance, and support which the energy necessary to bring it in so short a time to heir greatness Such u act carcase. Provident

terul, }' niUc.aimtotheUrritorj. Throo h- latin-all of whom hav. hal art au.ncin dircctin.z : ationto which) ail the prcci-dinj remarks were but ruI.t. without \tendmgeurauthrritv ovrr them the successful termination supprsd especially m a ia* given us an inheritance stretching acress the
aai > there h.ti"titlat.idl terminated in ,relimmarv-snail l m,tne be .riven to Gr,.at Britain we for immense exertions on lard and water ntire continent from Cat to West, frcta ccean torean
: the the and safely war ir.a.tery
cwt the"h.l! mmendati, n or condjcting I territorially until i I it could be properly
S slightest intiniatioi, re that anc. mpr.mise i expect \ I the ad 'ptionof thos) clJu\'hti'.n It \sutlhe: hard to terminate the conv en'u.n ot joirt occupancy; : ,\f- done Bjt le, it done when it may, ereat judgment Two navies-one on the Atlantic and the other < and from North to South, covering hy far the

4 h been unwise II what has been taU, a few word will 9u:f'-! to the lakes and seven armies, would be required jeater and better part of the temperate zone. It
six or
like th is tcr -
ed. On the contra-*'. the v'.n opposite i* cont.ntly to pronounce men m ;ive or and caution ci ill be required, for the re lies the greatdittcultv on
of extent hut abundant
t a.; I unpatriotic in what th"v did, cr to pronounce Prei- despatch it. : of reccncihnz the interest on the ea.lern for the purpose, even on the supposition that crnprises a region net onlv vast -
umt.t M not free from d J'Utlt. Alter a review abandoned One would b in all resources excellent in climate fertile
But it alle-ized J. that the reasons for be'ietn; 'dent Jacksonand others alter hnaHO.Secausethev ac- The 'question side of the Ilocky Mountains{ with that of the seeirn : Oregon would army
I derived from esed for rna' undtr the cpration of the of the w Ii.,;. Irvuml. I can discover but 1"11 required on the Mexican frontier : and let no or and exuberant in soil capable cf sustaining in the
could iy years ,
that there
eopromie qu
the evidence b n'the nezotia'ion"a itself furnished, I'ctnH'nti"n of 1".7. when they couM haH" terminated -I reasons in favor ol .jiv'n.z it. The first w, to put an The side(ot.ur; line of policy xked tothetermmati sneer at the mention of such a power Feeble! as i plertitul enjevraent of all the necessaries of life a

and e'peciall> by the rejectin of the offer I corn- it at a"tim.. t.i'ln' a vear's nr.tie. I have' erd to the agitation ,.! the tres. question, which,, 101:1in notice and taking adverse possession of the now is,when paid and support d bv British gold ar population cf ten times our present number Ocr
inlothe nest :det.ti.-lelection, by mi3-K n, as a people, is to occupy this vast domain
run pres and commanded great
individual without itrnav trained by Prjtjsh xie
o-i 43- S ih I admit to be the case and not named: t:lenust jirosi.inert concerned territ. The bill of 1-43 already alluded to. was
promise >iv
i CKxajMlmcouraeon and thercbv become more ditfirult adjustment thui, would formidable Ve what Briti- : to replenish it with an iritellgeet. virtuctis.
fairly' if Crizland should Jfreetinz! these negotiations, it not only prove a enemy
I *1.0 that it may be in intend-d as the first S'C;). I pposed .,
cancelled I The ether is the apprehen-ion; that the tov- skill and have made ot the feeble Sepoyc and industrious population to convert the fores'iinto
rene on her part the ropouijn rejected b\' her this (5 coition has, In nv winch he would eminent of Great Britain may wait the final action The Mexicans braver and a hardier people and cultivated fields to drain the swamps and cora -
connexion are a
inmi'ter. or one sib-tantially th > nme. our "eco. pre\ j.'u- credit in that to eJ the convention, bat that the course it indi"ated
tive would accept the otTr:and by cooprot have been tlaenn..e entitled.Such I of Conzres.s in reltrrencc to notice before it will nov hi Jilv impolitic It seemed to me, indeed, I to what is no small point, wouid constitute the cheap >ses. and cover them with rich harvests, to buildup
cte the \\ crr it net for stir!, apprehension was I Ire of all There tnust be, addition into cities towns and villages in every direction, and
mice the conflicting rlaiins to tbe tlritor,'. But the wjs the state o': thin* at tl % on subject little reflection to jerceive that if the bill eat arrues in
Pre-id I would be di >.etl t.. jtpone notice lot the ['rescnt juir the culf frontier another to guard th to unite the whole by the most rapid intercourse between
the when the nt .jK guard ;
1 message intimates nowhere *lit War would but the fnl-
that such an otLr wouid be mae, or, i if mad that ded .lire tie be given to terminate the rrJmmt'n'e-1 that neeotntion or war would necessarily fo'lov! ; I southern another the northern frontier on the At all the part impede
The next ti'n is. in what f.'rm should it bf untie another to assail the northeastern frontier o filment of this high missionby absorbing the means
and '
a.nd surh the que the ,
fcav compromie cold be pai v ; position ; and that if the former should be resorted to in I
Such iS the viewhich eftle.ha\e bttn constrained to by the several prrtions of the Senate in liHn. if given at all ? I, for c ne, can, undtr no circumstance first instarce, to war, it w"uld termirittithmenire I the side of Nova Scotia and New Brunswick an and d:verting the energies which weald be devoted
t after a rrr..t careful an 1 candid examination the nolice.moe then, ahas been 'stated there I I : *, vote f.)r absolute notice, although I ad- or war There could be. no other to assail the Canadian and finaliv another t to the purpose On the contrary, secure peace, and
t .le. I would be .lessd.n;. us now than when r.- compromise I extended Indian frontier Al time, under the guidance cf a saracic's and cautious
I portion of the me' az* recommending notice : has Lien a great change, which has materially aPec- Mil it ether result Nor was it mere difficult tu perceiv, protect our widely

(and Jch, I infer, is the stew taVeii by the portion ted the qucs'ij cf riotic>.', and the ps:tion taken I commended by the r. -3si'e. I cannot consent te that if the question! was compromised. must be >on 1 1I these, in so might a struzgle against the greatest e pelicy.a e'cise and masterly inactivity will speedily

of the beh.e our title h the whole ter- bv the difT're it portions: cf tliv. body in reference to cue a vote which mi.ht be construed toimplj, th4tthere ,I the bisis cf the 40th parallel 1 he past history o( all powers, jutting forth her utmost strength, woul accomplish the whole I ventured to say a wise and

Snatevhl was no hope of compromise, and which mizht,, I Ii force including the two navies,of not less masterly inactivity, in despite of the attempt to cast
dea and unqntionaSle On no other it, a. I shall next ee, lain i theaflur, thuof"ct! that it had been frequently otf"ud i require a ,
view ritory, can their warm and decided support! of n">tie Public opmici has hal time todeve'.ore: itself, n',1 I if given in that tvm, leave a d',ubt in the public bv' substantially M an ultimatum, added to theft I I wou.d suppose, than fif>,fj>f) men continually n ridicule upon the express.oo These who lave
They Mt onl} b le\'e that our title only on tins b.it on the then side of the .\thntic : rind as to the real o.unun of the Senate in rekr- that 4 I'fU the-bfundary on this side of the Rock' pav The expense would be enormous One of th made the attempt would seen to confound such in-

S J b eplme.un-j'i.,ttoualile to t).c li'l.Isit: aho and that opiniouii pr >nounced most audibly and t Clue to compromise mountains left no doubt on my mind that, it settli most venerable and experienced of our citizen. MiGallatm activity with inaction Nothing can be more unlike
t the honor: ot the c<>untr%' d,'man,! ; tint it .!.oildS death l in favor cf comprcrni' The development I '\irraa I vote for notice in the form winch li3i compromise, it must not be on that ba u. It i! has estimated it at *>'> cr Tu millions of d'I 1 They are as wide apart as the po'ea.! Tbe

tnt asserted anl m'ilhine bv an appeal to arm ha been goin; on, not only in the community, but been -cnt to us from the other Hou.c. I object to it by that otter heretofore on that basis had been I lars annualh, it mv memory serves me My irnpressun one is the offspring of indolence or ignorance, or indifference
I le\\tbot the sirrerd'r any part \ctinzon this : aloo in tins body ; aid I now feel that I hazard nothing I II I as eiuivocal. If the resolution means simply to de- true rejected and that it inizht thence be inferred Ihat is that it falls far short of the actual ccst The other is the result ot the profoundest -

it i* manifest that they can onh 'ipport I in saju.trjthata largo majontv% of tbe Senate is I elate that the President may settle the controversy: Great Britain coul not accede to it consistently w Ilh I and that alt'tX't.Y) would not be an over estimate sagacity and wisdom-a sagacity which looks into

J notice on the belie that it would not lead I to compromise infavor oltcraanatiagthecontrovers} bv nf'lntiatin.\\ bv compromise it means nothing, as the President I her honor. lam not of that impression Then::' ; supposing the sum of Sj.syJ/je., could be annual!; the operations of the great causes m the physical

Oa the opposite, the would be compelled and an h.morableeeniprciini.e. Andhatis \e rv material has that right under the constitution, and can netlh- have ereatlv changed since our offers were made and : raised bv taxation-a sum far greater than he esti moral, and political world ; which, by their incessant -
the British the be clothed or divested ef it ty the authority ol and much what coult are ever changing the condition of
toppo.eit. the opinion of government on cr her Then the alvantazes tinder tht' mates, in rnv opinion beyond operation

t Such, also, wojld S"cm to b' the iew taken of subject cif c.mprfmi't, has been more clearly and Con rl'5*. Put if it be intended as a hint to him to convention rejected by were all in hr favor ; but now (thev hne be effected-it would leave $y>,0 M,000 annually tibe nations fer good ir evil and wisdom which knows

the message by the community at large at the time, gpeciitcalU developed, th-n when theme-sa was I settle the question by negotiation and compromise I turned l in favor cf u*. Then our capacity to t"ltle raised bv loans, or a forced paper circulation how to use and direct them when acting favorably,
S much that there I to it for nit plain! saying so am utterly Now allow the to continue for ten bv slight touches facilitate their progress, and by
if we may judge from the tone of the public press. tran"rnitted to Congress : so s'i isirrounJ object the country was small ; hut now, tor reasons alr"ady me war years

I cr what perhaps is a still truer index-the conduct to hope that it n prepared tu adjust the difference opposed to all equivocation or obscure expressions, stated (the are great ; and what is far from being im. there would be incurred a debt in the time of $j OOJJ1J ,. removing impediments which might thwart or impede -

t of our intelligent business men The message had in reference to the territory, a.b'tantiallv. on in our public acts. We are bound h say plainh'"hat material, this; increased capacity to settle and colonize ()(/?/ according to these estimates Even that their course-and not least, to wait patiently

t a most decided ertV-ct in tint re.,>ect. Stocks of c*'- thcb -uwhich vvasojfere-ebvihePresident. It !e'msl we mean to sij If see mean nerotiation and trengtrcnsthe foundation of claims to the tentorj it is probable, would fall much short of the reality for the fruits of their operation He who

:ther be I let us si) it distinctly and plainly, in- the stated should beannuallv required does not understand the difference between such m-
S cry description fell, marine insurance rose, commercial to impossible th.it any < C' n-itruction can compromise. The capacity to settle and colonize a continue : assuming sum

1 pursuit were su*,>cn'led, and O'l'ei 1 re- gibe.t'i what Sir Robert '(- -l said 111 repl tj the vtcad of sending to the. Presiknt a resolution on region not capable of being settled orci-lomzi It would be difficult to obtain loans in Europe for activity and mere inaction-the doing of nothing-

inactive at the whartes quetti. JI put( t'I him bv' Lord John Iuss 11. liitdcclar.it wlneh he may put what' ver intepretation her leases. open ; back to the original owing 'o the conduct of some of the States m refer is still m the horn-book of politics,without aglittj-se
; ether princ
c. uine J'h. also, Wi the view taken by a great majou- I :'jiwastnade under circtim,tanc,:s CalcuUied ; If we give" notice at all, it seems to me, for the by les any on which power all claim, goes to territory is fuundfdSeeirg ence to repudiation, and other causes not necessary of those higher elements of statesmanship by which

: ty of that portion of the ntp who were opposed to I to civ it great weight 1 h- o'lject making i! reasons j'ist stated, it should besubstiantiallv as has j that such would necessarily be the conic to state, the feeling ol Europe wculd, I fear, be generally a country is elevated to greatness and prcsj'erity.-

t-iviri; notice, and among shorn I incl'demself.-. was clearly; not to ren;ure the able find very faithful !>een proposed b\ the gentleman from Georgia [MrCoivjtiTT the line cf policy indicated bv the Liil, agairst us, while our own resources wouid no Time is operating in our favor with a power never

i-1} 9 We on Iroos directly the reverse oi represent.itive cf Great Britain ill this cou;itrv, 'jut : ,] wln< h |,lair.lv expresses tl.e d.sireot theSenate and qtmcnc.ot wishing to avoid both compromise and war, I be sufficient to raise the sum required without agrea before exerted in favor of any ether people. It is

( oppscit : blien-our rights to the to u-t the orr>iion to givcas,urance that r lieu i. readyto that it should be settled b> negotiation and J took decihd stand a sint it. I was very ably -.eI depreciation of our credit, with a 1 li's of 20, 3>J o our great friend and under the guidance of such t

whole t'rriturv :4 be char. unmentionable supported tnake a c..mpr'lmise as may be inf. rnd !ub>tantiall C'.n.promise. I ort I ain inclined to vote, as at |prf"- I eordt a l lln (epposition : so much so, that notwit! even 40per cent before the termination cf the war policy, it w ill accomplish all that we can desire.-

t it. They sUI'pcrte notice, because the \ on the has s of the rejected ofl.:r. I trust sin- soot advised ; but rezarilmi notice in all its f tmi as the mv apparently large majority in its fate in contracting loans, or in consequence of the depreciation Our population is now increasing at the rate of about
believed there w t be, or would be, crelv that such i isth iriterpretatii which our government .. subordinate to settling the controversy without res.,rl lien in- discussion connreree-d, it passed this tx.cly of our paper circulation Including all, ou: M>>/.MJ annually, and is progressing with increased

II o any compromise We, on contrary, opposed has put upon it and that regarding it as a to arm", I reserve' m.: df -loa until am called upon majority of one. I say ejuivocs public debt would, at the end cf the struggle,be probably rapidity every yetr It will averageif not impeded

: t. it because we believed there ini;ht be, and direct step tiwarth compromise, it baa met it with a tov"'jte ; and, then I shill decide in the aiHrinativt !because fiy aiejuivocal tJf the V-nator* felt himself con.tnmed not less than six or seven hundred millions o nearly a million during the next 25 years; at the

ofj;ht to be, compromise The oppose! comproMise h-r .n our put, bv sii.tah.c; instructions! to our mini or nuative, accr,rdin n I shall jul. that fine or the IllY accidental one causes to vote fjr the measure, after 1 het dollars But this is not all end of which period our population ought to reach to

'I In been believed that It ii to tie lured that other best calculated, advance the end I have! in the of10 millions With this vast increase,it is
because, as "t.tthf'Y ourS isti i r in coun'rv a c .rn- I is t had av" i',ved I I.if opinion against it. Since then se:- \Ve seould be plunged into paper system ac; upwards

title to be perfect to the whole whil'we supporle m'inieali.'n has already been transmitted to thit view ,ion alter measures have been introduced 'to deeply! a* we were in the days of the revolution : and rtlling wes'wardly with a strong and deep curred
I it, because we believed the title nf tfl..ct, which may h.'c.tl.c tFert c-fr >movins stistwould t j I have thus stat dmv res .'1) for supporting a compromise ,tice and extend our autl.i ritv over the tnri- would terminate the war with a mortgage of six 01 and will, by the end of that period,have spread from

t .. whole to be clear and indisputable ; and that the seem to be the only mattrul ditHcultv in the : and fir fav *rinj' at present the giving of gise n. rf possession of seven hundred millions dollars oil the labor of nun ocean to ccean Its course is irresistible. The coast

be fair of tlidt which shall make the I hav b..en U',*,'riwd, as toluth, bv t-! .. t" rv ;with a view ultnnattlv taking whole ultimately, of the Pacific will then be densely
controversy: mi ht .ljutc by a partition wa f an a 1Juslme i ; t-, : notice thewhcle. .\' anticipated, negotiation in order 'to people-for on labr the must prcballvas pop

1 I the territory With ludl impression, WP beSived firs .tel'towards ,umingthr. n"litiJn. circumMances under which I find: tin-ell j la<. td.btit .avoui warfollowe-d. and now we are brought to tlc while a lame portion of this vast amount would g' ulated, ard as thickly studded with towns and villages

t that t.'f such po".trul and enhzhtened countries .\ : things now tand, I nolon!T consider it as a I for which I an no ways rt"5ItOnsIMc.| I and un tlie alternative (.1 t or fIghting, as ought t to into the pockets ct those who struck not a blow r.oi in proportion to its capacity to sustain populatien -
(; Britain would not tt, bhall be best I where I tind invself, an I nor what would compromise that cf the Atlantic ia At the same
a the United Stale Id ret .Iu..tim. whether ntrJ\'er..y paci'lc- can, have been foreseen from the beginning I again ipi lot a d.rpof blood in the contest and who acquired as now
to settle a which .,1 ', <' what manner it shall under different nr"urn..t:1r.ctl. S> far fr'lm bemresponsible the distress rf the shall have increased to upwards pf eighty
t resnrt to arani accptroversv rih ly inai < or nc.t. i r o\ n in : fleet I in reponsil for the I'rt"f'nt their gain bv seizing upon gov.en rate we
it no
be peaceaMy and honora'jl I settled by negotiation be *rrjn;ed. I re .id the arranc.:inent now Ii nniU .,r the present state of thing I earls tale, hf things am and way if I am compelled in cone ment to drive hard and usurious bargains In ad' million of people at the end of another twenty-five

t i. and compromise.. a question of time, an] I do truit that, in com ludinz' took inv stand against that line of policy j \\ hich )has to vote for; and notice, there!- detain, we snould have the difficult task to nerlorrr years when, with one foot on the Atlantic and the

Entertaining this opinion, we were compdle to it, there will be no ul1n"f"Ud..lav.. Tio! business placed ui where we are. I n fer t* 1M3$ Then the quence" nsibilitv rests on ccmpromise my friends' behind me, "ho.e of restoring to a sound state greatly depreciated paper other on the Pacific, and occupying a position between

-.I oppose notice becaus it was dece sary prevent c.f both countries, and of commerce !E'nlnllv, Oregon question for the first tune ds-umed a dangerous l has forced the government into it by the circulation, or of extricating ourselves! from il the eastern and western coasts of the old con
I an appeal to arms, and insure the peaceful settlement requires lint it sliould! be concluded a* piomj>tl> as "..pfcI.fler having been long without and freipientlv' line ..f policy they have: pu'sued; I do not im&\each whatever easy we can-a task which cannot be performed tinent, we shall be in a position better calculated to

t of the question By d'frating it, a breathing possible There is still another and a higher reason brought to the notice of Congress. exciting their but I cannot but think that the without great distress to the country and rumious control the commerce of both oceans, and to exert

I time would at least be afforded to both parties for why it should be pce-tlilv' s 'Ubi.1 The rJIlt'1 ion is atlenlion, then saw, c>r thouzht I saw, that it was permitted pa'riotiein their zeal; in behalf ot the territory and effect to that large and Usually the enter an influence over both continents, than any ether

and mature reflection, under the influence of one of amomentijui and eh'licate character and like destine-d.at no distant peiiod. to Become an absorb the ot those they represent to occupy, i ito it, prizing port ion of the community the debtors lh country in the world If we avoid war, and adhere

I cam it was hoped, that flog ,Iialivn might be renewed all sjch. should be settled in order to avoid adverse inland dan.rerous question, and accordingly Ult it to get impatience the control of their better judgment effects of all this would be highly injurious to the to peace, all this will be effected-effected, I trust

I ; aIM the difference honorably compromisedOrincase coiitmzenci with the leit practicable delavAfurtliT .- be my duty, before I decided on m. course in reference Having been thus brought, bv the line of polic y social relations of the pee>ple. A powerful artificial without the loss of our free popular institutions I

that should fail things' might remain a in-ljcement f'>r d""l'atch in settling tile to it, to examine: ( it in all its bearings with care which I wa opposed, to choose between compnmise class would be created on one side, and a poor and am aware how difficult is the task to preserve free

I they have been without a resort to force In that On an question H, uxti| it depend the settlement I and deliberationfter much refection, I came to and war, I without hesitation take the formeInnukini dependant one on the other institutions over so wide a space, and so immense a

.1' case,the f'rrit'.rv wojld be left open to emigration. of t::if ques'ion. with: !NIexico{ t"lItil.Ie.. former is flieconclu4ion., which I on that occasion explained, J ; the choice I am actuated bv no unman] Nor would its effect e.u our political institution: population but we are blessed with a constitution

.. anl the question to whom it should ultima ely belong srttlelttiere I is l"it slender pro".p"clnat the lattecan in a speechdeLmeeredon Ileesutiject lthensi\v this fear of' theconseq'eences of war I know that in th be less disastrous Such a war would obliterate the admirably calculated to accomplish it. Its elastic

: I would be decided hy settlement and colonization be ; for so long as the Oregon qnes'ion is left c- there were two distinct linesof poncv. which nnd existing state of the world wars are ne"t' 'uy-that; line of distinction, in a great measure, between (be power is unequalled which is to be attributed to its

..L J unless Great Britain should eivc notice on her pen, Mexico will! calculate the chances ol a ruptur l>e pursued : one was to adhere to the convention. of the most sacred regard for justice and equity and the Federal and the State governments, bv conferring or federal character The hope ol success depends oa

_ I t part, in order to prevent it If she should, wc between u* and Great Prilain, in the event of whic 1"21 ; oppose every attempt to annul it, and strictlv] most cautious policv cannot al\\'aJi prevent then the former vastly increased power and influence We preserving that feature in its full perfection, and adhering

.. I would at least the advantage of transferring she would be prepared to make common cause against observe its provisions I I-aw, that although for of State The federal to as our policy War make ne
___________ gain hail When war must come, I may appeal to rny past histor would hear no more rights peace may
_____________ S the responsibility from us to her, should war ensue U,. J But when an 'nr is put to any such hlpe. time the convention operated benl'licially for to that shall not be found among those who may government would then become a great national con- great but let it never be forgotten that peace only

..I Anotherpontion of the Senate appeared to be ufavor she will !pee
. r \ both ot comoromise and notice Their views trust that when we come to settle if, we will deal wouldcome to enjoy into her hauls: the ttsoperatiin whole fur-trad.. inv acisto precipitate therountryintoass-arwhen i I it i military impulse to the public mind and to the With a few remarks relating to myself perscnally.I .

_________ were not explicitly expressed ; but, .far as they generously with her and that we will prove ourselves ,thrown had looked vvhileshe can be fairly avoided I am on principle oppose rharacter of the government which it would be hard, I shall conclude I have been charged with being

+ were ce\elop.they, too, seemed to think that out too just and magnanimous to take advantag of the region; and we when itwas ill on, at reaped to war, and I in favor of peace, because 1 regard peac if, possible, to overcome, and which would seek ecuuest more strongly inclined to secure the annexation ol

'. ________- title perfect as to exclude an honorable of her feeble condition the rich harvest, convention by our power the ear's any ts a positive good, and war as a positive evil As a ] aftei conquest until a spirit would be engenlered Texas, than our rights to Oregon. It has been attnbuted -
and appeared to ant icipale it in oppoition It is this great change in favor of the prospect o( tune to annul the giving neitice. with the of the Scuth than to
__ ___ compromise f. il would be good, I shall ever cling to peace so long as it can be totally inconsistent genius our svs- to my greater partiality to
_ : to the message, in recommending;it on the three nettling the controversy in reference to Oregon hon But I saw that our > >eaiaice com reserved consistently with the safety and the hODorof em of government It would then be in a straight he: West But I am yet to learn why Texas should
*. whi< h theeonvention '[
I. following grounds: fir hi. on the ground of the general orablv, by negotiation and compromise which has pensated advantages -hould have the wi..lvmto waalwut the country ; and as opposed to war, I shall eve ind downward road, which leads to where so many"ree >c considered *s belonging to the South rather tVP
: ,, declaration of{ the President in the latter part of occurred since the commencement of the s' ssior to confer on us, we of reseat it, so long as it may be resisted consistt"utly States have termmaNd their career-a military to the West. I always thought that it formed a par*.
line policy to them
the message, that he hoped an amicable arrangementmay that has male the great difference in the importanc' adopt the proper and secure yith, the same considerations I am emphaticallpposed lespotism In the mean time, we would have to md not an unimportant part rf the valley ot the

S be mad of the question in dupute, in connex. of the bearmz of notice on the question of peace and The increase of our population, settUrnculstoward itsprgresswest- > to it in this case, because peace in toy opin >rovide for three or four successful generals, who Mississippi, and on that accountas well as for givng -

ion with a declaration of Mr Buchanan to the came war. \\hal tht'n'a.. apparently almost hopeless. ward were rapidly extending our which on, can IKpreserved cnnsistentlysvith bothand waivoide could soon be competing for the presidency ; and greater security to the southern portion cf the

I'.. .- ;: effect, in one of his letters to Mr Tackcuham It is may hI' now regarded as highly probihle, unles. the Rocky mount.tins, through twf"rl' vihich a pus had beet l without sacrificing either I am opposed to )lefore the generation which waged the war would ralley the West desired its annexation Besides, 1

4 impossible for inc. with every disposition to support there should be I'lme great mismanagement ; but jm' discovered hut a few years eoloni/inu,the Irrt'allin- It for the additional reason because it would be, in cave passed away,they might possibly witness a con- have yet to learn that Texas is confined to a south*
ol territory.
% the recommendation of the President in favor of no- as c compromise u more hopeless, notice l>ec-ome, creased the facility minI opinion, highly impolitic consideration neve est between hostile generals for that supreme officea rn latitude I had supposed that it extended far

I S lice, to concur in tha opinion that a m're general more important| in its Ix-arnz on the relations of .In this state, of tlnnit, was irto my t I.al to my be overlooked when a question of the kind is un contest between him who might conquor Mex ninth and west, up to the latitude ol 42 m the

of the kind, and inserted in another and war ; and on the ether haad.just as the if we Ihcred to time convent i m, and respected ib who Canada termina- of the cf the '
:, t expression peace ol events would UittrnaM ler consideration I regard it as highly impolitic in co, and him might conquor leighborhcod great pass Becky mconains -
of the S *. cv w hen backed bv a imiUr chance c f ronprotnise isi' arc i ncnu-s5ed nol ice becomE'S provisions the progress ,\ much
I portion mw ag : his case, because I believe that should we resort to ed by the sword on which the value cf Oregon to us ro

1- declaration of the & retry ol. SUte, could b less ini)>ortant ; and hence its importance at the I give tie |possession of the whole and territory obtain, as our po:vcr *- it. we ","ltIIMe, instead of securing the two ob. I appeal to the gentlemen who are the warm depends I had supposed that what are called the

1 fairly construed to opinion, clearly comrnencement of the session, and its comparative!; to settle thceterritmiry.than that thertbv ol' J; Britain pO..i"lion. It- ects lor which it would be avowedly declared as I advocates for all of Oregon or none," regardless ol southern States had not so direct and deep an inter
: explicitly express_*d by the message in recommending littl importance n"w. was far greater less and the shall' now proceed to show! this mighty hazard, and whose sej-aration from us est in its annexation as the West ; but it would

I notice, that no compromise e which ought to be I shall: next proceed to inquire what hearing th< distance from us was far approach wa facilities The first i*, to secure whit is claimed to be our on this question I regret, and solemnly put the question seem from language held on the occasion,that in all

accepted could be effected., I cannot admit of such I increased pro-nect of compromise has on the positioi through an open, grassy Inrdv c..antry.' ruoaeersof, iffordmg the great WO''ot 'isjhts to the whole of Oregon, under the cry cf" all to them-is it for you-)ou, who assume to be this I was mistaken,and that the annexation of Tex
I ca s constriction, not only because I think it unreasonable i of the Executive, and that of the several portions of to the activearid excellence who the enemies
a their families and herds 'ilhlittle of Oiegon or none Those who would go into i itfur democrats par -you, are as was pmely a southern question, and only supported
I, P but because I rezard the duty of the President, this bodv, in reference to notice, and the Oregoi who emigrated with and ot all artificial clasps IB
f..ti e.Oery different was llu that obiect will, in my opinion, find in the end of the paper system, in by the \\est under the expectation obtaining

r imp by the constitution. In recommend measures quest t ion 2-neralhThat it calculated to effect ma with expense Great or Britain The distance to Oregon by hit none" M much more probable than all" In society-is it for you to support a course of policy return the support of the Scuth to the whole of Ore-

p) a one of a solemn and important character tenallv the p" lion of the Kxecutive. must be apparent case her chores cannot be much less thai ommg to thi3 conclusion I concede to mv country which might lead to such disastrous consequences? 1 gon up to 54= 40, and, if necessary, at the certain
.. and that it ought to b/j per for me'1 with the That he should recommend riving notice to water,
thousand miles-a distance but little short of non the highest bravery energy, patriotism and inelligence But I oppose war simply on patriotic hazard of a war
r i utmost candor and sincerity Being addressed to a terminate the convention of joint occupancy of the twenty the circumference of the gbbe ; while her which can be claimed for them. Bu ground of citizen looking to the freedom and pros I But passing by all this, and assuming that Texas
I co-ordinafedepartment of the government, it ought tern tor* with a view of asserting our fxclusmsoverei through her American approach hese cannot overcome the great obtacle5'hich we perity of his own country, but on still broader was purely a southern, and Oregon a western gore.tion
aol 1 his, and whole to his vi'wof to it possessions opposes
.3 i to express plainly explicitly reasons mo :ntv to the according difficulties to emigration on a large scale. would have to encounter compared to what Great ground, as a friend of improvement, civilization, I repel the charge of partiality, and shallow

tires for recommending the m"uurf omitting none our title, when thereat little or no hope of com Of all great the on the fcenf the globe now Iritain would have in a contest for Oregon As Ion; an_I progress Viewed in reference to them, at no 1 proceed to show, that if a different line ef pwucy
spots opt'nto
; ii which he regards I matrial. and inserting: none promise, is not at all inconsistent with his being pre. colonization and susceptible of being colonized. a she has a large force in the East, and remains mill period has it ever been desirable to preserve the was pursued by me in reference to the two, itwts

bat such a he ought have an influence pared to adjust the difference by compromise, sub'itantiallv it is the most remote, from her. and the most difficultof ness of the Pacific she will be able to place there :a general peace which now blesses the world Neverin because it was right and roper it should be. I titt*

p : upon the deliberations of Congress I ought to b on the ground ofered by himself now nuch efficient force and far less has occurred remarkable best calculated to
She has many colonies much nearer to more at expense its history a period so as ed beth questions in the manner
r of To be c-ffecf. acceits
free from suspicion would hbgdiplomalic between when there is a of reasonable pr..pl'Ct necessarily it may controller! her, to which there is much greater facility of access han we possibly can at present, which would then that which has elapsed since the termination of the effect the object in view, and indeed the only one by
r mit the contrary, destroy c.nf.lelce ed Measures policy are ecide theconteit in her favor. with the battle of Waterloo The circumstance*
with equal soil and climate, as yet very partially great war in Europe which both could be secured.
and executive to and what band
I the lfiialivt departments by: dr.lfnitln"t", consequently t may nettled liven New Zealand in all these respectsis But were it otherwise, from the nature ol. the con for the great advances made in all these particulars of the two cases were entirely different In tbef5
the With these under certain ,
the ereat If government. expedient circumstances tMt, Oregon, though the of the would b Chemical and mechanical discoveries and inventions ID that of Oregon,
c superior to it. With these great advantages in our cause \Var. <' cf Texas, time was against us;
it would be ti di the character be all uisisean4 impolitic under different
pargc em me;
impressions ,
in the might favor in settling the territory and which were yearly !pcedily forgotten The struggle once begun, would have multiplied beyond all former example, adding time was with us and hence the difference in mj
of the President for me to concur construc f circumstance To persist in acting in the
I rapidly increasing, it was clear to my mind that all 'ron cease lobe for Oregon Higher and far monowerful with their advance to the comforts of life in a degree course of policy in reference to them. To un"'r*
under circumstances essential different
T ;. tion. lame wat convention motives would soon guide the contest Irould far and universal than all that was ever stand the diffeience to that
b- more it
we had to do was to adhere to ; toe greater is necessary premise
the of the
The next ground taken bv portion Senate would be foil and obstinacy and not ronsittenryFruernisislency .
all Us provisions with most scrupulous fidelity, speedily become a struggle for mastery beiveen known bef< re. Civilization has dunne the same Texas had reached that period in her history when
p referred to is, that notice ic recommended to be ; that of the prudent and the wise. nerve
in order to obtain the actual occupation and posses the greatest power in the world on one side period spread its influence tar and wide, and the it was clear that she would be compelled to form i
the not with the view of with circumstances and
b messaze i. act conformity noto
fef r given giving the in non of the whole country \zainst the most growing on the other Actuated bj general progress in know ledge, and its diffusion thro' timate and dependent relations either with us or En
the President to assert our rights to act alw'vs thesimewav under achange of circumitance
\ power moral enforce All far as I could perceive, there was but one impediment all the feelings belonging to such a struggle, both all rank in society, has outstripped all hit has ever gland, if she continued independent. But it "
but a weapon, to There is a prevalent error on this point.
r. whole territory a of in the way and that W3.J,that Great Britain. des wojld put forth all their vigor, energy: and re- gone before it. The two great agent of the physical manifest, if left alone, without any movement ono!
that the is
I comrrmi. Ifanv think very essence consistency !retirees, and overlooking minor would aim to the will rf irianandmade her with England andnot
have the in in order to prevent us from obtaining possession by ; points, to world have become subject part,that connexion must be
this difficulty art always the name -adhering to the name
t.s To consrction' Imp tt way settlement might give notice herself to terminate 'rike the most vulnerable, and were each might subservient to his wants and enjoyments ; I with us She could extend to Texas commercial

aDentn.to thl There to is authorize nothing in party.> or to the sime cireurn measures of.policy wi'hout r convention for joint occupancy. But of this I entertained havr the greatest advantage, leaving Oregon to bewon allude to steam and electricity,under whatever name advantages far greater than we possibly could aDd
of the recommendation it. tit change of .tances Their consis-
; 7 e egard little apprehension. I had read the correspondenee or lost l u time contingencies o( .o mighty a the latter mat be called The former has overcome afford her greater facilities in obtaining means to relieve -

: Oa the cntrar. every word it cntainslok exprwly. ,ncy ii lix thii of a phvsicun. who in the treat of former negotiation with attention, ntest might decide. distance both on land and water, to an extent of her from her great pecuniary embarrassments-

: d: M h .te.In the enlrem our Mftt {>f 4.bijThlv nflammotory fever would dminrtjr The next object as is alleged had not the least commenced hr
and inferenceas., thiUhe placed hut little values is protect our which former generations conception England saw this and had actually
F rn terit," e"inr4b of the no- en tir' .rd c loml, not cnlv at the begrinnin, my "S iti'. What hili hat effect *',
l: rirt .. Orcgo'i as s ph-e for p rminent settlement and n in Oregon just been Mid it to be p<*sible It in reduced the At movements to avail herself of its advantages.
t tie. To give a contrary i.t*rrr rtt would h, tit "'If at f\r su'vv-yixrt .t* j% if thf di< It ,,





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too pcrcei\"e it; and also that annexation aforde as are many of the Fxiuthern Senators Mr SEVIER The President's c5sa fJCh THi PRESBYTERY FLORIDA will hold AUCTION. PROCLAMATION--- ----=-
the only oeMM of counteracting hermo'.em. does not favcr a compromise at 49 The vote on I ; its meeting. Providence permitting. in
Texas from being placed euluIHly under the To Senate qftlieU'ni'ed Sla'c the Presbtterian Church of Madison STURDAY NEXT, tie llth mat.will l L
prenting notice will be taken in a few -. The ultras, th : commencing ON -
contlo1 In this emergency, I was called to ray Thursdat, April 2d, at 7 P. M The meet sold before my store,
the State Department with a,.lew of.taking j charge of a they,are ca.le ale not so confident of success,- I In answer to the inquiry of the Senate, me will be opened with a o'clock.sermon by the Moderator! SIX XEC.KOES,

the rending negotiation for annexation saw that The notice will certainly pass, but whether cloggedand contained their resolution of the 17th inst., and daVf service will be continuance daily till the
and decided first rate hand, well acclimated and ot good
the time had arrived "hen .immediate and qualified is very uncertain Both parties "i whether, in my "judgment, any circumstances Monday. J. JIFU'S, character fUld R II LIKRY.: \
that time was against u .
required, Quince March <> .
art n to "resist.a the effects of ill operation,boldness and divide on the (question 1 is understood that some connected with, or grow ing out of, the foreign IsleClerk- I'ttn.ery.'E April -I-, 1"W. 37iEW

that and will vote with the ultras and democrats relations) of this -- ------- --
decision were indispensable ace arcordmely. wlug some country, require at this time an p3" authorized and reques'ed to announce
eipro.edtbe.oundneasofn It was not wi press compromises increase of our naval) or military force ;" and THOM J L ATM AM a!candidate fir Major ot BOOKS.

a case for masterly inactitity Not s, the case e.1!. The rumor of a duel, mentioned in 0 list,proved if so, what those circumstances; are," I have the Sixth Regiment,.at the election on )Monday the DOW NINO''S corGI RESIDENCES-
time was with us.and !hence the different 6th Apn1ft !. ebster a Dictionay,
line,\here of policy which I adopted in reference to i to be unfounded ; the other rumor was to true. to express the opinion, that a wise precaution lcCaultli (t tl.I"1, t uilut'l Ijiiih'h Revo BTIIK GOVERNOR.BY .

it, and which would have secured the\hole. had my I The House of Representatives is voting on the demands such an increase. :>- \\'J are requested to announce Ir MILTON of Ci,iliutaon, 1.Ite.. virtue i.f (the (rotislons of a act of the (Gen ,

adricebeen (followed has been explained I Military bill, which adds additional regiments ol In my annual message of the 2d of December J. McliR'DK: as a candidate for Colonel of the Sixth lon.l, translated by 11: 1'. I'art. Poem bt OItr:
    emllv e>f tin* State enhtt.n act

    I none particular in v policy was the same in both Riflemen to the and increases the last, I recommended to thefatoraUe considerable Regiment, Fond; Militia, at the election on Monday ( Htlnies, Knowlsomi's) Complete Horse Doctor to organize tl.1 Militia of the noida."ap.
    army present organized .
    I aimed la each to avoid war and preserve the (, April Yankee Stunts, by Judge Hahburton. Three proted December Z.I!'J I, WILLIAM D. MOS .- ,
    cases I clearly perceived that in annexing Texas Companies The bill was debated with of Congress an increase of our na'.3)fOlce ) Guardsmen, by Iunas, Pickings from the New Orleans LEY.Goternorof do hetebv PROCLAIMthat

    peace there was no danger of war with England, if mana- much animation I think it will become a law epecaly of our steam navy, and the (:The friends of Col. S. S. MLLEY will support Pica une, Jack l11om'l Log,The Dead Boxer an Election wil be held on the 'First ..Mondayii

    ed judicious She was an independent Nothing done with the Tariff, thoueh there is rising an adequate military force to guard or Colonel of the Sixth Regiment, Florida.Militia !'it Wm Carliton, :dntlrc!of ; French Gentlenin.The .1pnl n'xt, al the Ihvuion. Rrigdt. andRegimental
    at the election for Militia oflicers Olbeer the
    ensuing T. S. The Wreck- Militia of
    Ensland France, and WE Mother.bv Arlhu. 01ph u
    had been acknowledged by much and such of citizens think .
    so for debate. protect our as might
    preparation a severe the interest he has heretofote
    hope taken tu Tbe Count Julian bt follows
    She had a right as such, to dispose organize era, tousinlinton, Incognito, :
    otf pwer. to unite her destines with ours, if she I Theoplulus Fisk, E.., late of the U S. Journal proper to emigrate to Oiegon. fcmco that his R.gmert, ud.r the Territorial regime, will induct Sim !, Ri'.tr!, bv do do>. Queen of Denmark, For one .Major Genera cf the fits t Pit kaon (.r

    (saw proper, without am. right on the put: of Ens talks cf starting another paper. prio I have seen no cause to recall or mod- th.people of Leon and Wakul. Cfuntil tore bt :Ir". Gurt, Sbt'Vi Hook cf Fate. the Statt of Florida., composed of that part of the
    elect hun to that "st. State West of the Suwannc liner '
    p I
    land to resist it, or eround or pretext to make war inconsequence You will ha\t seen the news bj the Hibernia befcre recommendations. On the contrary, \C4V UIITMC. or oD.\jr

    I also perceived, that tlt'reere no }ou get this. There is in it ;nothing, I believe, reasons exist which, in my judgment, lender -- ---- I\XY -CITIZEN---soLlEIl.---: :- .\ great variety <>f pieces for Piano rorte: Songs, rids(;tntralof, rornpostd the t>f eeontl that part DI\ln of the of State the !East: cf the

    jut grounds, She to was apprehend not in a a condition Mexican to make congruence war, of special importance to Us. it.proper not only that they slnmM! bo h1r1t1Pt.I. J.- in: friends of JAM LS W. SlFJWUlal Waltzes, Dances, &..c.SCIOOL. umaiiuee. llmr, aut! known as Last. and South. F
    } carried effect but that additional support Inn for the office of ROOKS. ,
    the aid of there was no reasonto I.) into pr-\ ( ( tf rid, I
    apprehend that Elllandant, aided rr countenanced For the Floridian sion should be made for the public dekiici1. I II t1! ixth neinnent, Florida Militia, at '. election: Arnold Latin Book, first and second scries, Fur ore Iirigadir (;tntrn' f,.r the first Brigade,

    in it by the Utter; unless the Oregon I The consideration of such additional or Monddj. fth '\pril. Anthtun'a Greek; Lessons, .\rabms of Zenoj'LonS composed of the Militia west of the ..Ipalacbicuia.lor .
    indee pro\i- -- -
    should in and Edwards i s. The Union Bank of Florida.Mr -- -- ,.lendid ire Screens, Green Paper for W itidow one BnsaJter General ef the second Brigade
    terminate a us before (::J- WE ire to .
    question sion was announce
    her in which event, I regarded a Mexican war as Editor : The penn\-liners" of the Union of brought appropriate COllil- IH'KNF as requstMl a candidate for the TI0LI.Major lf Curtains, &. ., .r., just rC'a\d ptr Brig N. G.liournie composed "I l llhE 11Iho east of the'J\laladacol.anti
    tees the houses of in .
    olCe of theSuxva For
    answer west me
    Congre-hs : and tor sale bv one
    inevitable have, a has been ben realized stated-. Texas Thus far annexed m> anticipations andpeace Bank are hating it all their own way; but le them to calk made b) the-m in reports! prepiredith ) the Sixth roximoft Regiment. at the on Moiidit tl.etih April, 1M.. o7 P. A. \YWARD: (,f the third Brigade,ci,mp. ed i..theMititia a./f" of tie

    grumble-it would be not to let a ding I counties of Coluu.bia.a hu3, )
    by the polio winch I pursued A (rut cal mj sanction, bj the Secretary of War -- l\, lrion. -

    presene.pohcle which would hate per ease himself bt bellowing Let me, however, put and the Secretary ot the Navy, on the rilKh 01! >- At the rejuest of numc'rl'u. fit nds. Atij ,r DR. :3, S. 30ASVEN of ton the and fourth Hillsboroujh! Brigade: r(.For uu-osfdoflhrM.Iitia one %adi" I
    of tka
    England to obtain the asccndenrj oxer Tens in a vordparpaicnthtte JOHN G. C\MP has consented to -a candidatefor TTS the practice of Medicine, in its
    the January <
    mite December, and 8th of last a commenco counties of Nassau, Dutal St. Johns
    ; General of the First Orange, St
    she would have acquired without annexation, "Gaston's" lat contains the following .The Major Dmsion, Jorid. JJL t'anous in tit city of Tallahassee and I
    : a- and Monroe
    would have inevitably led to a state of thins*, int'oh'- mode of communication with Congress not Militia Inportant business render his jl. me r its ticmity 1 Residence at ltv Htf('l. Jcie, Dod

    ing us and England finally in war. I would hate mount o the shares held bj each stockholder is a unusual, and under existing circum.tancrs, I believed a few weeks absolutely nect'.ar. Cun.id..rmtle .April 1 l": 1s1 Cf For one Ccont.l, one Lieutenant Colonel, aad one

    been impossible to prevent feeling jealousy and debt"-which debt he says, draws after it the mortgage to be most eligible. Subsequent IM cuts olTice one of honot rather th'1/"(/ ntller b. Major Ior,the for tirst ah lment. a follows : S
    R.inimcntcoanposed of the
    from between us and Texas The securittIt soiijht tor or d.otned. he will most J r n : Militia of -
    enmity up ( t\.f
    crowing have
    eimiltrttv of and and the confirmed me in my opinion, that these should )hits ft center their .unrog }QX1: 5 Eicambia and Santa Rosa counties. t
    our pursuits III1.ns
    Terr chaaCt< strikes that Gaston clear-headed he ( BUILDiNGS
    rivalry which they would gin birth to, would ne- me a usually recommendations were proper as precautionary him PIGXIX For the second Regiment, composed of the Militia

    cenuily lead to that result while the long and ill- is, has mystified bim.eI terribly> here'-andjust measures.It ARK now Tvf>.it'ins additions to their already! large of Walton and aslnnnton eounties .

    defined boundary between the two countries extending here is the very turning point of the whole matter at was a wise maxim of the Father of Ins I !aJ-lVc(: arE authorized to announce "\. K. _\ILIf f of I-anry and -'"..vlery Good, among For the third! Regiment, composed of the Militia '
    of Franklin and Calhoun ceunties
    s,0a' a Candidate ft r Prigadier: General of winch may be found every variety ot material for Ssi.i
    thou niles forets
    for than a anc through (
    and naticabie rivers, without a natural issue countr. that to be prepared forar, is one contl Brigade, Honda Militia, at the election on the Ladies. Dresses of latest pnnz fashion Also, Bonn I'urtisefounthlleginiene.corupoeed of the Mihtia

    pririe would Hicions Gaston tries to prove the shares are sold on credit most efficient means of preserving 1st Mondjt in .t*, Ribbons and arliticial Flowers, Ladies and ot Jackson count ,
    part ci
    boundary in ant pioduc frequent AlrilClHU
    between our people and those (.1 TeX. Controversies Allow thi, for a moment-does his conclusion follow peace ;" and that, avoiding ocasiono of ci- Gents Gloves, Hoots and Shines Gents Bummer H!ots.a For the fifth Reg.aier!,compose cf the Militia tf 4
    t :" 1'. DFPONT u'sden! count
    > is a tin stock I.f Groceries. C and Hardware.Parlour
    would )hate been the ? the flcrrr become de It J Does a "' fandld.tl large !>ekery .
    and conflicts a should .
    rult.1 Do t'llt pensp, bj cultivating peace, Wl' u1- Mijor (GentraJ, Florida Militia, first VI iiUl,at this- Rock mr. Oflice and hitdren's Chairs. Bed- F'or the sixth R -girnent. CCIfof tl:e Militia
    Texas a the weaker powtr would throw told on credit become a dill J I I sell m}' on member, also! that timeU disbursements to : ilictioTon the first M"nd..t in April ne3t.Earea'ltwrizftoannounc.Col st ads and feathers, and "rlhtr Ferkm Batter of L.ol andrakuI..counties '

    upon Great Britain between for support us and. her and would war -hate frequent lol- a creditsecured b\ mortgage, does theult: becomea prepare for danger, frequently 1 I prevent much I ----- Also, three :ort er made leather top Buggies, J-e r \tnlh Rpnlot: ,composed tl the Militia
    and bloody wars ) \\
    I debt and does the transfer of the horse the Zjr: : will harness to be sold cheap jf Jefferson countt
    Annexation greater disbursements! to repel it. Tl.e gneral -- ( wi .
    lotted ha fortunately Temo'o thee cary IiMLE c.aldid.te ;\I.LI\:11 Six Thousand ) in Uriot Bank liabilities, For the eighth Rezimtnt, composed of the Militiaof
    cau!es of war Should the Oregon controtersy tormm mortgage with it Such a notion would be clearly obligation to prrfurm this duty is greatly r'trt Division I lorida Militia, at the will be disposed of cheap! if applied for s.x>nApril Madison and Hamilton ct.unties. -

    ate in peace, every cause of war between the two absurd ; and vet this palpable absurdity i!tIlt foundation -I strengthened b\ facts knO\ the \\liole tir- Monday in \pril I, Is 10 37 3t 1'f r the ninth Rctriutrnt, composed of the Militiaof 4
    countries would be removed, the prospect of -- ---- -- ,---- __ Columbia .
    l\in of all the late proceedings of the Bank, who world. A controversy respecting the Oregon cotintv ,
    lasting between them. (gbIVt are authorized to announce Capt JAMESs'OTT For the tenth R
    peace of the Militia
    in cflect sat',that the shares are a delt which carries territory now exists between the United Skati-s as'a candidate for readier General of.the Notcc' irnt. composed
    I I\ months dote, 1 shalJ present n* final of Alachua.Lctx and Marion count us.
    the inortpace property with them. and Great Britain ; and while, a!far as we Second Brigade Forid.lilifa. at the election uii S count and afl.r vouchers to the Judge of Probate for( For the eleventh Reciment. composed ot the MIl.tiaot i s

    : THE} FLOBIDIAN., But Gaston perhaps does not mean c\actlt this-I know, the relations of the latter with all European the first Monday in .\ril Leon county, j s adaunitrattir elf t I.e t'tat.of Robert iitntonaiitl lhilbbnrouzhcontjes. ii I

    -- (and I would not willingly IK liete be does,) but I nations are of the most pacific cbirac- --- -- -- --- Huruphncs! deease. R T. I5IRCHETT, Fu the tttelljh Regiment. composed ot the Militia
    -- -
    -- -- that \\tconf hundred l dollars per tharets\\\e"\ Icr, she is making unusual and extraordit.arvarmaments CIGARS.JL7STRECEiEDPFRBRIC Apri.I, 1"- \dmmistrutor cf Duval l "au cO1ntits.For ,
    E the thirteenth R '
    "LET t's UO : dtbt'.1 sjnnent,compwed of the Mi- S
    -- ---. which the mortcace to If I and warlike preparations, naval G. litia; St. Johns 1'
    ---- --- is en en secure so, N BOURNE Salt first .Muntlt'v May, I S 1G. of Oranire and St. Lucie.
    aturdny, April 4, 116. issue with him there. IfTiat wthe debt which the : and militan', both at home and in )her North For the fourteenth 1 UezimentccroH] "ed Militia ,,.
    i.ualitx Justo S.U of a writ of fun facias issued from the :
    o 000 nRS l'incl't Bvirtu of Dade and Monroe coui.tiesAnd i
    -- :
    ---- -- -- Union Bank ? For coneluntr American t
    --- --- ----- mortgages secure a possessions. ;office of thE lite Superior Court for the i I I do order that aid electionn held at the .

    Mr. CAI.HOI. speech on the Oregon question, answer to this qUt"lon. look at t.c th section of i I cannot be diguis'd that, ho.\r sincere 5,000 Hat ana Cisars- of the following choice r"nt..t. i 1.(1, Middle Di-trirt of f10rl1 wher"ini I I precinct in the set oral counties, :which the genc '7 s :.

    and !lr. BuocsEstBRotGH statement before the the charter" Be it further enacted, that to secure may be the desire of peace, in the event of a brands J.r n ) ( i"plmtif.and Louis: la 1 ral elections on the first Monday of October last. f :

    Committee on Elections in Congress occupies nearly cfthe principal and i7ztciest cf the i these armaments and preparations \\ashinztrn La :'orma's. I 1111\ktud up'n will expose sale, beftrot were ordered to be held, and by the Inspectors app .,
    tet payment rupture J. torrill s Panatela, ('ourt I.U"ltr.! in the city of Tallahi >ee, on '
    < mteel to such elections, and if su'-h Inspec'ors
    I our entire columns to-day They wile trust bonds to be issued ly the Territory tor the j urpese I would be used against our cosmtrj. \\hit- Ietali.s. lltdthe fnuth day of Mat next, within legal lur manage any c-uis' rail er refuse to aC't. then by-

    be of sufficient interest to excuse the barrenness of rising the capital of the Bank, the subscribers I exermaj have Jl'en original: puq os>e of \ are la H.> :, hours. the fuiiowin4 described propertt, to wit : such Inspectors as tie vottrs present at loch rre- ,,

    cur e1htoria columns. shall be bound to gitc a bond and mortgage," &.c. I these preparations fact is undoubted, that J.culapio Incnas, On. lotif Otsttr Shells supposed to contain about cities ma select And i do further erder, that the '
    G alanes. sixtt barrels bulk.
    Here then the debt," and it cannot bC in at least returns of said election shall be made by the I&>pec-
    is pot they are now proceeding part, the said
    ((0Ve: arc unavoidably cQmptE owing lo the I l'anitela. L\io'upon as property of defendant, and tors thereof forthwith after the election",1 directlyto
    publication of Mr CALHOU.t speech' in round The Territorial L on tit are tl f "bt-tll with a viewto the contingent possibility of a La Joya Napoleon, to bt to satisfy; said writ cf lien iacias. the Governor and Commander-in.Chief of the .

    other articles loai the .principal d Lt" which the mortcaircs secure, ando I xxarilh the Lnited istatcs. The general Damas, /,\. USHLR, Sherif. Militia of I hid State. \nd I do further order, that '
    paper, to omit, among interesting Regalia, .April, !'JO. Iy: J. W. S. I
    which they are acctssaQ... I ask Castro one policy of making additional warlike pn'parations nIR''OD the Inspectors of the various precincts shall set up. Stwenty
    of Sam's
    fecond number They appear El Luccro
    ter. dats before the election in three II
    Could not the bond-helders lo-Jay come was distinctly announced, in tile speech or mere
    question : tirtnc of writ of fieri fac'as issued from the
    next week. Connii, B\ : I public places in their election! district notice of the
    into a Court of Equity, and demand that every stock- from tile throne, as late as January- last, and I.afatette's Pressed Clerk's office c'fthe late Superior Court for the I time of hcldms the election hereby ordered .

    Speech of Mr. Calhoun. mortgage in the Bank should be turned oter tothem lias since been reiterated bx thin ministers of' All of the abuse Cigars are warranted of the bestqua'itt. county of I.eon, Middie District of Florida wherein, I Given under-mt hand at the city of Tallahaseee.this '
    of Parliament L '. and will be sold at t the lone prices, by ElIcit\\'. \'ass is plaintiff. and George Procter and th of .
    Mr. CALHOCV speech which we rubli5htozJ', -and would not the Court grant the demand ? Let the crown in both houses n- 2 day Jebruarv } l I"> S
    April 1, 1MO :37 i P A. IIAYII AlIt). William \eedon are def IJalt". I hate levied upon I W D MOSELEY Gov of Fla .
    Our columns of relations with (;IrcatUrilam ,
    interest. den this
    be read with intense Gaston answer me in the negative, if 1.c dare In aspect our for before Court House door
    "i a.I".1 [ s.le. tne and Com in ('Liefof the Militia thereof.
    were pre-occupied last week, and we had only rom my siew, there can be no earthly doubt of it,and on I I cannot doubt the proprietY of increasing List of Letters in ciy cllo.e -"ce, on today tho 4th day of February 2-, 1M". 32

    far a short notice of it* contents-and it was well, the ground that they are (entitled all the t-ecuri- our m ans of di fence, both b} land) and sea. May next, within legal hours, the following described ; .
    L AINING in the Post Office at Tallahassee, on
    inasmuch a the first publication from the reporters ties to their, which i;tilt principal, elebt (Ve tl.t Tins can give Great Britain no cause of of. 1 \the 31-t March 1 S-t: prop Lot<'rt\No, to""I wit, :in the original plan of the city of Ta!- NEW SPRING GOODS !

    did not do Mr. CALHOUN full justice That e publish authorities cited by' Gaston) fence, nor increase the danger of a rupture. '
    I Anderson, Thomas Hand, Joel lahat.- .\180. Lots No 3U. 3 and 36, in the south
    to-dav is (rom a corrected copy from Mr C.'iown I the above principle be correct, tie Dark cannot If, on the contrary, we should fold our arm Ash, Charles C 1 Hows John R half of the county quarter. I' J. R. FORTUNE

    bad, and doM credit to the head and heart of tack any debt the stock-holder owes it on to the security in security, and at last be suddenly mxolxedinhostilities I Alstcn, Joseph 1 Herrmpton, Nathaniel J.e\'il upon as the property of Raid rtfEnJant IS now receiving per brig Republic, and daily expecting .
    fcr the maintenance of I Aliens II Irwin, Mrs od! to satisfy said writ of fieri per brig IVcomc from New Tkork.a large
    in all our just Lt
    its author, and is just such a speech, respects, held by the bond-holder, who io a third and and well selected assortment of FANCY AND STo\
    James P Jerew Floyd P .\. .\. Hs-HLK.bhenfr
    a his Inends'might hate anticipated distinct partt Lttn if the amendment cite such rights, without any, adequate preparations, Arnett'rmstCoJ, Jonas F Johnson, G Y March 31, 184G By J. W. Sherwood.D. S. I'LE DRY GOODS,suitable for the Spring and Sum. ,

    We will not attempt to eclij'se some of our cotem- po\er. it is, as against the bond-holder, void If _\ our responsibility the country would be of i, Adderson, John Jordon, Marcellm ----- -------- mer trade, con-i!ting in part of the following :

    In our applause praise of this great fctates- owes 15 a debt, secured by mortise,can C come and I the gravest character. Should collision A dioonm 3 Johnson., .Alfred C 2 BV tirttie of a writ of fieri facias issued from tIle Fancy Prints Paris Shade Robes '
    pnrie countries be avoided I IJC-I Johnson \\ N s office f the late Superior Court for the White Linen Drill trench Bareses
    the James T 2 in
    t txxeen two as Bund! Clui" (
    with a bad version of the speech it has met stick in hit debt, till after B is eten though .
    I stbf.d cerelx] hope it be, the additional Brown, Mrs M _'t Johnson, Irwin F W rou i.v Leon Middle Di.'ri" t of F"rdo, wherein ':ro"n. $JSatin stripe :
    \itb such great applause,what wouldbavebeen the \consents ? Cleanly not I maj in the charge Brown, J B 4 Johnson. Miss:M A C Geo W (all for the use of. c( is plaintiff andVil- Figured Hansl!. Graduated Robes. \

    result of the corrected one > I is sufficient to say About this selling the shares: Mt theory is that upon the treasurx, making necessary i Itronson Isaac II JonEs, Dr S I ham Choice \ lmin strator, idfendant.l I hate levied CottonaJe, Lama .

    that the estimation in which it is held is such as to they are not sold on credit," but are paid for, out i preparations, xx ill not be lost] ; while, in the I Haker, Col John 2 Jordon, Geo WKty.Micager upon, and w:1 npFt for sale, before the Cojrt-Hon York Mixtures, $Wht Muslin ,'
    event of such a collision, they xxould be indispensable Butler, trsSarah C 2 door, in tlahufe. on Monday, the 4th Gambroon Nankin Fancy, Blonde and Ilernai -
    induce Mr C."a friends to go to the expense of the .nd out, and that in or both of twowats : First,
    (Dt 'I Kain Urn 2 of Manext 'otlon" mi ScartJ, r
    for the maintenance of our national Baker, Jonathan day '\tlll legal hour. the followmgde-
    publication of 4000 copies in pamphlet form, which It toss b conbld'rf that the 'IVi' per share, which forces, B! 3 Kit, James S bcnl ed property :to wit : London Drilling, :Rich Satin stripe Barego
    and national honor.
    will be furnished and circulated from this office next was actually reccircd into the Hank in caft\\ i rights :! P.lak, Dr Robert W Kite, James 'Die w. i of S. W. J of Sec ::, T =, R 2, :A. E Lizht Plaid Gingham Scarfs,

    week procured by the sale of the bonds, which bonds we.rerocured I have seen no reason to change or 11Mit. Brantlp" R F Leslie John C J.evmed upon as the property of said deendat, and Earlston n :.Fancy Dress Capes
    : of annual Brunt L,1snrnib, Ja* fLatender. be sold to ad writ of lien Coot Rich French work collars.
    to satisfy
    the recommendations mx )1"IIlen f.la.
    of the and, mark1)!) .
    > bt means mortgages ( I S
    Littleton CLinton I Irish Linens, 5 fancy Silk Point,
    Me ISloxam, A A. IM1ER,
    The President's "agc.We The notict
    after the were and approved : regard to the Oiegon question. Damask Linen Napkins, Shaded mince Polka cord.
    mortgages deposited I I'naliam, Emerald Moses W March31, 1816 Dv feACSDEcg. D. S
    publish in another column President Poll so that, in ( : the tlock-holdtr Iimlt//"jiicx-urcd to abrogate the treaty of the O'h of Vug'ibt, li lamt Janart. laence"m C K Towels 'F.gy'tian Mit,.

    late Message I u called warlike by manx, c wean and paid in 'ffc the Or, socondly, mat g. li7, i< authorized b) the treat itself, and Bullock' Alfred icholo B\ ,irtuf of three writs of fieri facn issued from L. c. hkfs (earl. snjer) Sleet and 'waist cirdles.]

    perceive nothing in it more warlike than his first Uont \e cannot be regarded as a warlike Baum, NathanielI'atKt Latersaie, fhos the Clek., office of the Circuit Court for the Cambrics and Jaconetts, 'Ladies white and colored ,.1
    f.rther back In ordinary banks the first step is to Il'aSln' ; Thomas Lendon, James I' county of I.eon. Middle Circuit of loriJahtrtin, Grass Cloth, kid Gloves,
    of Ccn2res at the I ,
    general message to both Houses Bank the and I cannot withhold in strong Munson I Jecsetkinnonand Irish and thread Gents' M da.
    pay' in the each capital ; in the Union. ) cl1.itionthat Booth; Edwin G Livingston, Asa ) are Edgirss
    commencement of the session. It may perhaps runS capital was to be ni.c in aeLfllnnt wabut it it should be piomptl h.fn. ( i ps rich Bonnet Rib-

    somewhat against some of the \iews of those who to be raised The Bank to the1'roj'ertyholders recommendations are in conformity. with the Blunt, Joseph ftrick, T levied upon and wi upS for sale, before the CourtHouse in_ s and insert ma;*,) ; bons.
    IaeCt-SsarS sass
    Cave made speeches on the Oregon question but that was existing treaty, and would afford to \mciican Benjamin, Thomas Me Lean' Hon D G door, in El. on Monday Blat k Trimming Lace 'Fancy Caps,
    of the community if ou will I Bacon Mi" Emily Marshal, J<.hn WMcdrat the 4th da} of May next, within l legal hours, the follow Gimj em losertings, Rich Fancy Parasolettes.

    it is any more arlike than his frt message we hate inca us jour mortgages to enable us to raise (the capital citizens in Oregon, no rnre than the same f:ruwn, Miss! Margaret John ins described j'roperty. to w i it ;- Printed Paris Lawn!, A large assortment of

    not x.e perceived We base little fears of war grow we will give ton shares in the Bank- one share measure of protection n which Ins long since Hall, Mrs Stiaaii Mats, to) I D ) No ::2. in the north addition of the city of N". S Sulphide Muslin, French FIowcis. ..' '.

    in; out of the Oregon question But it is high time This been extruded to British !subjects in that ter- (hairs, rnjeuiinjuni Mtnck, John, sr Taliahassee.: Lot. No 254. in the original plan thereof Plaid Swiss Muslin, ,Fine straw Bonnets
    should for esenylP'you( secure by mi tge. I '. Mc\ot, DanielMcMillcn and Lots : 30 and 35, in the S. j of county Ombre Eagle EveFlorence s
    both and ntor CutWm
    our army na. L incu.o done ; the stock-holder deposited mortgage, and II > Carter. Robert E Neil quarter Plain Swiss and Book do "
    of relations with Mexico is
    tC if perfect peace be contnue. The growing when that was done. An part of the contract was performed The state our Case, Ja'u. Miller: John 3 Levied, upon a the property of said defendant, andto Ombre Balzanues, Neapolitan -

    greatness of our country in all the interest of commerce lie had paid fur, and was entitled i to, a still in an unsettled condition. Since the ('raigJG 1CCol, A N be sold to satisfy ..J writ of fieri faciasA Printed ?Padded Rutland .'

    ,agriculture and manufactures, demand it. meeting of Congress, another revolution has Carmlchatlr !IH.r James 11 A. HMIEU herit Satin Stripe Mourning Rich Lace "
    of It be said the stockholder -
    certain amount Illares. m3 taken place in that country, b). which the gov.crnment I ushing,John .. Kid lerMJJ March 31. 1S46 Bv, J W S. Ealrarmes, S5'0 Victeriaeurb

    New Books, Cheap Publications, S.c., kc had to subscribe. for his shares first Granted has passed into hands of new I Lovin ton, Tri lram Dr Hhtgden -- -- Broche floured mourning ;Enslish Patterns "
    P. A. HAT.WARD has received, by recent arrivals, but he did not get them till his mortgage was put has tlc and Look, Miss Mart JCrossman Ht't.Noali: For Charleston.rHE Muslin, 'Pans lace tnm'd
    rulers. This event procrastinated, I N B I The above were selected by a gentleman ol decided :
    number of shares ihtilalt..1 : Schooner .
    for tine
    in. His aspecified Slatle : .
    full assortment of the latest publications, comprising subscribing the settlement of the differences lElTI-
    a defeat 4
    I may possibly Crembie, ) 2 -', ,"Trim,Master, taste, and he rests assured that those who will
    a rarietj to sit the taste e>f any or f'ryone. was only for the purpose ef showing how great On amount between the United Mates and that |, Cannorl'm !alalt Ptter ot her cargo enzaged, will sail with ing des- call and examine, cannot do otherwise than award .

    useful interesting and amusing.A he was willing to secure bt' mortgage Christian, J R .al, R ?._ : fc him thatcredit.
    From grate togax, The Minister of the Lnited fetates i i ito j -: *patch for the abuse port. For freight
    Book-store OBSERVER country. ; t'aniochan, Dr J"htiC Ontll, C B He has also just received from New Orleans :
    cannot found in any last adtices had or passage, aj'plj to
    of the
    variety the date
    greater Mexico at ,
    b hairs, Gr tn A Phelps!, Mrs Caroline L Mc\ \LGHT OIlMAN, Rich embr'd Canton Crapo Shawls,worth $40, "

    south ; and as the summer season is approaching, In (senate.WAMUNTON.. not been received b) the existing authorities. I' C hairs, F'urman Puidcr, Benj HPretatt. March 2S, bK. 3,:; ::t &Newport, Fa figured Linen Cambric (for dresses,

    which brines with it leisure and a disposition for Demonstrations of character hostile to the Dixon, Horatio resly J Pans Lawns,

    retirement, -we say to our friends go and supply March 2.I IMC nited States, continue: to be made in .It'xi,1co j Dorje; Htprt llalneyDetane Puckett, Aaron B Adiuimstiator's Sale .' Embroidered Robes, .
    Cornelius L Peak Ret T F the lion of Probate Wick Thread Mantilhs-worth $23,
    resolution, the' virtue of an order of Judge -
    with Books to suit tastes-forget Mr. ULEE presented a dir'cill which has rendered it in B\
    ourselves jour Committee of Finance to enquire into m and proper in) judgment Iurdln. Henry Parsons, Mr!. Jane C fur Leon County, I wi, on Monday, the Long Silk O K Mitts, (new stvle)

    sickness, and enjoy good health, by a full flow of time in which and when the share of Florida in the I to keep nearly txxo-tlnrds of our army on Doge, U K Parot Thos J 2th day< of _April, i'roximo, before the CourtHouse Ml of w hich he ctfers on the most reasonable terms .

    spirits consequent on a mind at case distribution of the surplus revenue in IS J{shall be our south-wester frontier. In doing this, Simeon Patterson, Jenne I door, in the city of Tallahassee, the entire in- March 21. IMC. 25

    paid to her-which Ins oter! I many of the regular military posts have been Dutal, Cbl John P f I R"adl, Henry crest of the estate of Robert Humphries deceased, '1
    03- The bill before the House of Rprfentt and Federal DulanetCharles F 3 Began, Richard in tlu following land to wit : SPRING & SUMMER GOODS.
    The bill establishing reduced to force inadequate to their
    r.gultintlE a ,
    creating two additional regiments of Riflemen was, Court in Honda, was taken up smal Ih\o, has Rtan, Penelope :W lot S XV 4S2u ; E 4ofS E4S27inT r PHE subscribers take pleasure in informing the
    aside and substitute offered defence an emergency arise. Dozier, master Albert G Russet I, ThoF 2, 2, N and E Sold to sati>ft the demands:against _L citizens of Tallahassee, and the surrounding

    after much debate laid a substitute ation.Mr. ULEE spoke in favor ('I the of In view of these "circumstances," it is mx :teret. Miles Rohtchei, John saidestate. R T. BIRC'HETTdra'r. country, that they hate ju>t received by the last ar-

    by Mr. Hungerford adopted This authorizes three Judges, two at a salary eaCh of apPintment the "judgment" that nn increase of our naval l mmel, Mrs C SIuiul, li:, Mary -March--21 I ,-t 5-1. -- :.J" ts rivals from New York, a splendid assortment cf

    the President, whenever in Ins opinion the other to reside at Key West, at a salary of2,5OO. and military force is at this time required," to Inn: Miss Mary Ann S'oekten, P Itiuiiiuny in Jail.COMMITTED Fashionable, Fancy and Staple Dry Goods And
    .exigency: of the sen may require it, to in- each i:1es: Wm Shets, Mrs 1lmahFr they will be constantly receiving from New York
    public BREESL and A
    TCllSUX opposed in suitable state of detence. I / to the Jail of Leon
    lt'rs. place tho country a \\ ItI s-imms, (Sr. County,
    man m and New Orleans (elected by the first houses in the
    r ease. by ,voluntary enlistment. the number e>f pri- They thought thrt Mr.judges ATCHISON too man thought) and I At the same time, it is in) s'ttlncl udge I L S Skmart, Miss trances J V.V. Florid, on Saturday, the 2bt of March, above places, with the greatest care and attention,
    each of the existing regiments t>f the salaries were too high. James Shuler, Nathaniel M E lS4d, a negro aired abiut 3 fi years, who
    in I Ira orehand
    company Uan
    'to would be arid would be to such a course of policy as particularly fo this market) all seasonable goods in
    that one judge I.t I purpose pursue Moses
    his is JIM and
    dragoons, artillery and mlantrt to an) nuniUrnot him. .ufclent. 4IWNI.' In this calculated to both with I'(iiintain, Mr Stilh\ l I) C sass name belongs to he above line, which they offer low for cash, at
    to give a be best
    willing talu)
    e\En ) preserxe aircloth I Allen Sooth, J Linton, of Jefltrson County, lorida The \ncr is MontirelloL .
    their Tallahassee
    increase store or
    This would allow an I amendment.Mr in
    n ingeighty. G view lie moved to recommit the ion Great Britain and Mexico, an honorablepeace Krpuson, Isaac Shine, Mrs. Sarah. re of 2300 This bill passed the by a vote \\ ESCOTT a.drlSMthe Senate, most ardentit otherwise he will be with
    rnen 10\s latorot the! bill Florida wa, he said, which nothing will 80 efficttially pro- Fletcher, Lionel Mnallvtitud, Joseph L him away, deal accordingto March 21. IMrt :13India
    of 1C4 to IS-nearl) unanimous. councils and a firm i'arlcysJameshl I Smithson, James T law
    the filth largest Mate id the Union, ographicallt mote, a unanimity in our Fined, Cot. Robert Satterwhite, PenelopeI'reemnaii J. W. SHERWOOD, Jailor \lr il Fruits. Ac.JR .

    03-: The Hon. T. J. HiK, one of the I..'. S Senators speaking, and it would be utterly impossible for one maintenance of all our just rights. G WI : Stephens John March 2". i<>ix_. 3j FORTUNE has just received per schooner
    the of the Federal Court POLK. ----
    to perform fuuctlon. JAMES from Havana,
    from the *state of Texas, appeared in the judge I II.hr, C Trice, Minor T 2 .
    mmitthe J !Vile of in Count.
    to frauds
    He the motion reci .fentol
    in the State hoped March S4, ItiiO. "FordS R Tat lor, W WTammadge 13 M Cigars, assorted Cocoanuts,
    Senate on the 20th ult,wa sworn and took his seat bill would be withdrawn bj the gentleman from Washington, Klkm.Wm John 2 IN I'ursuance and by \Irlu.of an order and decree qualities Fresh Cuba Tobacco Seed :

    Missouri of the Hon Judge of Probate in and for the Coun1 Oranges, Orget Syrup,
    -- John L Thompson, Bury
    ( >. We see the rumor of the imj rironnient <>f our Mr ATCHISON said he would withdraw it, but --- OHITUItY. Flowers r.rilfm, John, F hornton, B G 1 of JeffiHon, I will expose to public sale, at auction Pine Apples, Every variety of SweetBananna -

    Consul at Matamoras, bx the Mexican au' (.riti<, is he had heard nothing in what the gentleman from this life \\' .dnevlav morning the 1st Mrs Nancy Thomas, Henry for cash, before the Court House dx>r, in Monlicello *. < Meats.
    contradicted. Florida had said to change his opinion at all Departed Godfrey flramker John F Timan, Richard B t on Tuesday, the 2't day of April next, all March2t,1S46. 35
    the of the in the 2 Jrd of his age, Mr. M UI10LMV of late
    Mr. YULEE again advocated passage of April year Graham Alexander Taggart. Wm the right, title and interest Joseph Manning,

    the Flondian bill, and thE bearings of the case. lately of Ithica, New York.. fia'sden.Octaticus Mrs. E C of said countdtcea'-, in and to the folowinl de- Land for Sale.

    Coupdmc of Mr. cXllailt La, said he did not known that The deceased had lately conic to Tallahassee, Eleancrreneker Tindall Thompson, J A icnbcd lands, I lying and being in the county Jefferson BY virtue of an order and decree of the Hon T.

    A.UJGT CITY March 25, 1M6 he had any objection to the bill, but he wished to a more genial climate, as a relief from a pulmonary Germany, John F Thomas, Wm aforesaid to wit : J. Chace, Judge; of Probate tor Jefferson County,

    The message sent to Congress jesterday by the inquire from the Chairman of the Judiciary Commit- seeking disease under which he was lhorm;. During Gerard, Mrs Vinzant, Wm The S J of th.:W 4 of Sec 20, directed to us as Commissioners, we will offer at
    It called lee, why three Judges of the Circuit Court were he amiabledelortm'nt The S \\ 4 of S 2J, public sale, at the Court House, in the town of Monticello. -
    is us Col.
    \ President has caused short among ha riaskins, Hardy Washington, Henry
    > -some uctemnL while had his rCiI.nCe XX of 4 of Sec 29 the 20th the tract of laud S
    of dcrme necessary in Honda, only one kindly feelings and gentle bearing, won GoffJanncsA Wells, J B The S 4 on Monday, April
    a. War Message" I recommends an increase ben alowe to all the other new States of all. 1'eath, at all limes tills the heart Mrs Jane Wall, Wm H A part of the S E 4 of Sec= 2i>, being 20 acres, in lately owned by Jeremiah Benleydeceasedconsiat-

    the Army and Navy I do not believe Mr POL Ashley replied, that strong reasons for the with sadness, arid causes the stoutest to pause andrtfltct Hall Hertan, Alexander Wallis, B F the: N XV corner of thp lamf. ing of the following parcels. TIZ- East i of N XV |, S
    number had been the Senator The E t of the N E 4 elf Sec 31, andE4cfSW4See3OT3R4NandEV i
    additional presented by
    intended it a war message, for I do not see any { but bin the young: are called hi nee, it u Howard, Amassa Woodward, A LHnen
    a would refer \ N XV Sec 32, NW4830T3R4NandEandE i N E 4. S
    from Honda, (Mr. Westcott,) and he with solemn feel- D The 4 ol
    calculated to us N M 2 Wright, Benj
    pressing necessity for a warlike message just now the question to him to answer peculiarly of this impress'..ounman! awakens our John Williams, The N XV 4 of the =E 4 of Sec 32, all in T3, ol 23, T 3. R t. N and E.,containing in all Three Hun

    though I think our Army and Navy might b augmented )lr. Westcott then proceeded to demonstrate the t'5. The fate ,and calls up our most generous lutchers[ James Walton, Thomas Joseph R i 5, N and I:. dred and Twenty Acres. Terms of sale : On a credit

    without the prospect of a war. The war- necessity of having a Judge at Key West, another at emotions.deepest sympathy He came imong.us in I the spring lime of Hastings lljnes.Wm Henry John Also, j of lot No. 6, of fractional Sec 15, in T 2, until the first day of December next, except to 4L :
    third in East Florid The courtat Willamson of R 4 N md much as be necessary to par the costs of Court
    and a : mar
    Pensacola, that the of
    cloud shadow between England the admonition Mrs Sarah
    for its bearing watEr Mrs Mary
    sometime casting would purely an Admirahty Court life, yet hudson, ngs. ROBERT C. HI'RST, Adm'r.Jeferon charges of Commissioners and advertisinc-
    and the United States, seems hardly] so threat- Key of b commercial interests of the death was hastening onwards In a strange land, Holley, Geo S Whitting, H B County, March 21. IStC 3 tsSTJBW JNO. N. PARTRIDGE,
    for the benefit from those who watched over his infancy.and [ A R Williamson, Jno R M ;
    eng now, but the peckin the south-western horiZon north and east,and would not be of any service to the far away the companions of his youth, he has rendered Barn Hoyt, Ebenezer Wig ns, SrahIumphriepJohn G ) a. March 21, Ig4'3 35 K.U P. MILLER.Commutwnen.Administrator's t

    may ripen into a storm very soon Some of our residents of Florida. his spirit to his Maker without one of those who G Woods, (

    toost intelligent politicians regard war with Great Mr. Johnson of L. said he was transacted not before aware the up loved him to hear his last prayer, or to gladden his Jakon Woolfe, Wrn COO PIECES hams Bareges rich st, Iints, Muslins Muslin, Gmg Ging- Notice.
    of the great bu.inf1 by It h ', e'er be some solace to his White, Dr. Wm AWare Ualz.uinl .
    Britain last glance may Houck shall apply to the Hon.
    date I a
    improbable wlile it is generally tl.ougb and he therefore now acquiesced ham, Shawls, Scarfs, Capes and Gloves months ,
    a C.lar.
    Florida relatites" that he SIX
    Courts in i know every Hair, Daniel Rev H W of Leon County for letters
    we"'ill bate with and that boon three Judge. mourning rPel"e Mitts, I hosiery, a superior Lace andEmbroidered Judge of Probate
    Mexico having a
    war of
    cry in the necessity Senate attention that kindness could blstow ; those Kerch, Jacob Williams,Mrs Mary Jane Muslin Trimmings and variety of of dismission ou the estate ol Charles A, Nelson
    Senator SEIE& i.speaking in the Senate to-day. Before any action was had. the who witnessed bisl.t days, feel assured that he was Hariln.Thomas Young David D articles too numerous to mention. Jut I received late of said County, deceased

    H. one of your plain, honest pen, great energy of prepared for chanl. and that his hope was in .5. Persons calling for any of the above letters and for sale by JAMES \. BERTHELOT.

    character aid mind Tt MWaaiagton Tun**." publwbed by Mr. J. immortality; and, may this soothing remem- will please la they. irs tdvertisedM L H. GREF.NRERG i CO. Surviving Administrator.
    strength man unirerssllyPopular. )
    o a their and turn their t ar NASH. P M k o .
    edited Mr. H. H. Robinson, has branee soften aitilb. tC March "t, tI'S 35 Much 2r.l Sl 35 6m
    "* CHALK! of Miss .pk yesterday E. Dow, and by rtptur, D. I April 1, 1St*. :"T 3tI

    u for a compromise of the controversy, ben discontinued


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    : Coilctor'. Notice. POCKET BOOK LOST. State I'tix Collector's-'Sale. NIJW BOOKS .%c. Notice. Slate Tax-Colectors lale. -

    HAVE this day levied upon lots Nos. eight, nine, virtue of the power vested in me by law, I TTISTORY of Puritanism, by Thomas W. Ccit D. SIX week after date the undersigned will apply BY virtue of power in me by law t
    I and ten and eleven, Mc.' eil'l survey, containing I OSI' ni T-lUh..sve. on Friday evening, the 13thJ expose for sale, before the Court House J.JL D., Fruits and Fruit Trees of America by A. Judge (If Probate. for LeonCouny( for letters npol for sale, before the Curt Honied I

    sixteen hundred acres of land, more or less,ly ing between ml a small nz .d led inoreKrco'POCKEl door, in the town of Jasper, County of I.mllunon J. Downing. Christmas lo1ida\ Rome by W. J. ol administration on the estate of John Judge the city ot Tallahassee, county of Leon, i

    Little River nd Rocky Comfort,and to be soldbefore BOOK; with the btU:' somewhat worn. The book first Monday in Kip, Life of Paul Jones, Slidell Mackenzie late of said county, deceased. On thefrst Monday i,August
    Scplrmltr next
    the Court House door, in the town ofQuinty. containeI't. in h.11 bill, of the detioinination olH TI nut. ,The Practical Astronomer, by Thot. Dick, EDWARD BRADFORD the ,
    following or mach
    on the first Monday in July, 1S1G, for the County fc and ..V;; one note on Mij. Jest: Coe, lor $100 the following property, or so much thre as will Erasmus: Wilson on Healthy Skin, RICh! H. BRADFORD. the State Tax property due on the so therefu -

    taxes.due Gads ien County for the year eighteen hundred ditedatMut the first day rf Ihccror, and due Oi pay the (the State isiS and County tax dUI on the tame fur The lilc of Frederic Schiller, by Thos. Carlyle, March II. IS.1'5. 3,* thv pay W i, N \I, S 19. T 2, R same 2, N for and th.er "

    and forty.fleetS1)) and cot..by the claimants: the. tlrs-t t If February;; cne signed by Wesley year : Wilt! and Putnam's Library No '2, Poe's Tales, Administrator's Notice.S lands to Cot R. W.
    of Forbes Purchase, the property of the Apjlachi- Kyle -itlaunibrati.r. ../1 (the estate of Jas..l. Evan, The S E J ot Sec 33, and the E } of the NT E 4 of Citucnof Prague, by Mary Howitt, belonging Williams E.ajoii

    cola Land tor iMI :, past die, n editedMlh- $50 i nut re- So::13, and the entire section 31 I, and the, Wl of See Lady of Milan, Newman's Essay on DcvelopemenFremont's IX months after date, the undenignedwimake known.
    Compay. ." C and the f: \ of the S 4 of Sec 20, allot T '.'. his return and ehibit, TheE4SE 4,513NE 1ofNEls
    JAMES A. MCMILLAN, ce>liected: ; otic lutt on William Evans, (lorn. >, ; \ Exploring Expedition, Masonic Char, hal 2
    Q'iincv. Dec. 2. l"n. 31 Co Ta\ Collector.JOHN dated. about the IVth! of M.irch( lir I payable on demand R I 1'1, N and I E. The N 4 41 S2, an-1 the! N k of! American Constitutions, Mifs Leslie' Cookery, bate for Leon County. a-s administrator on the estate J of N W 4. S 21, T 2, R 2, N and E, W I s

    ; and containing; e.tiur papers f S.I, T I, R I 12, :and E.. p'irpeirtm Past and Present, by Carlyle 1 : of Roderick Mclnnis, deceased, and ask for a discharge S 19. N W 4 of N W J, S l9T2R 3, NI, 1 i
    W of N W lS 19.N W
    : J 4 of S W
    iitsKIM, ( W.
    Braden] .SI0.T2
    any but tiit- ns are cautioned\ from (.1alt H'lo Splendid family Bibles at very low prices, as t
    LAW tr. ding (..r OI'r.llhrsl ai.y til ,' notes, as the und r- Also., the N W 4 e.f the S E 4 of S 7, T 1, R 14, Clerk's Assistant, Baptist Harmony JOHN MANNING, Adm'r. 3NandE; S i of N E 4, S 2-,T 2, R2N'
    EY1 N and E., purporting to belong to the estate of March 11, 1S1C. 31 Cm situated lying being about fifteen mil"
    ( si neelill aj ply for a renewal of the same. Mercer's Cluster, Buck's Theological Dictionary
    tuloc east of Tallahassee, on the road Dr
    attend Justice Court of G.ididei A liberal re-ward will be paid for the book Washington Dunham. Shakspeare with forty engravings. leading to ;
    WILL 1'tlll Also, the S E 4 ot S 31) T 1, R 11, CLOTHING Store or to the Miccosookie Lk purp.jlonut
    the Circuit Court of Middle' .and content., on application at HIM OfliceROBERT purporting to SCHOOL BOOKS &..c.Goodrich's CLOTHING. 10
    rlorido. of
    and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of EVANS.Mauh belong to the estate e>f Benjamin Chaires.ANo ,. Histor U. Slates and Questions to doParley's I.ARGI assortment of SPRING and SUMMER to estate Theophilus man. b
    14, (SIt;. 31 ItJliddle 'ctionsnand3.: ), inT 1, R 1?, Nand f;., History, A : BOOTS, SHOES, HATS, The E i, N Eland S S ; N INE .
    November 2!, I:>13. IS Common.Shol Alo.
    t --- --.-- -- ----.-- p'irpe.rting to' I long to the estate of hun s Liv Parker's on &c., just received sale bv S 36, T 3, R2.Nand F E I.SE4. S 29-; WI :
    -( (3-Sentinel% _ ___ t''cni of Florida. ingston. Davies' Algebra Exercisl, Davies'<.mpotil Lengcndre lt L. &I. GREENBERG &CO. \V i, S SO, T 3,.R 3, i:., situated near c!

    o CIRCUIT Conn (W JEFFERSON COUNTV. Also, the' W J of lIlt N E: 4 of S :.Tf, Dav's.. l ehnil"worth'( Latin Dictionary, March 21, 1s-10. 35, ningon. purporting to belong to Lewis ConD q
    i 1:9CDMMISSION The F. J e.l I the S W 4 of S Tt, Levcrett's Latin Lexicon, Kin 1e's Tacitus, Life Insurance and Trust
    To SPRING TERM, IS 1'3. The! F. i e> the N E: 4 f.f S .11, Latin Lee izac's French Grammar, Gold Pens. TheEjSEIS9; W J, S W 4, S 10fc
    No. Front Levee. Cliii.-lian i Bless:, ? The W iol (lie S I i:4: ."f S 31.; Bolmu's French Phrases. for Letters received per Brig fmelint 2 dozen Wood S15.T1.R I. SandF S 17, T l.R l, y\tf ,l
    N E W O R L E A N S La. r'. > 1'elitioa to f, reclos-t ainoifgage.Villi The N F.: 4 of the S i: 4 of S ::: Perforated Paper, Coral En\eltps( and Amulet. I JUST' No. 1 Gold Pens, !:t article manu- except the E i, said section; al!*>,EIN
    PT1LL attend to UFYING CELLING, RECEIVINGand \ im R. IVrry. ) The S W 4 1 of the S \4 of S -J7, al in.T9. HI:;, Xc., JU- Just received Brig Emeline. and< for factured. For sale by W 4. S 17, T 2, R 1. N.and W; EiN1V1S'

    V FORWARDING, with i-romptness r MHE(: tl.'fndant. and all'rsono| termed are hen.1 N and"1so, I he 1 ..f the N 4, and the W sale by per P. A. HAYWARD.IVbruarv February 2Q, 1840. 3 P. A. HAYWARD. 2, R 1, N and W., acJolnn the lands belonVin'i

    and despatch. hv n't titieel i that t petition in I lie a! oveci"ea I.f the N F. 4f -r.., T I. R I 13, N and E.purport '>', t.lO. :'f_> ______ : Geo. T. Ward, Esq'r.about five miles soutjjieait t I t fl

    November, li5. 1 ,'. '.* < t this day tiled in th,* office ff tin-Clirk ol theCirriut iiI!to belong to theesfite eif I Hardv Bry.uit.Also -- -. Sew York City-Xo. Iii Broadway. Tallahassee, o\.ne not known -o f

    Court fr J li'r:1 COlnt', M.ddle Circuit, I the :W 4 e.f S '>'j, the \j'of tie N I| of S sOlifcr--'Ir oIIY. TheEJof N W l.of S .inTl.RJ.Na1

    N olc Florida. and are hereby required to file their objections I *(O. the :E I of the S W 4 e-f S .I I). ( W <-f theS 1 : fCOPIES II\HJY, just JAMES J. BIRGE 50 acre near Lake Jacon. blolSt*

    person indtbted to the estate of Wiley it any' they !have"a cording; t.law. Said mortgage \4 lf S 17. the I E J of th- S W 4 rf S 17, theS If J\J received and for sale by Charles Williamson.

    ALL late of Jetfirjon. Nlty decea ,Hl, will ;is on the following property to-wit : a certain W of (the S E 4 ..f S 17, all in T 1, Ran. !e 14., Nand Nov. 15, j4.S. 17 P. A. HAYWARD.To rAlt(1 The :W l of S W l. S 2f; ES E4S27tn

    make immediate 'jmment to the subscriber ; and tract or parcul of lan.ll l ly ins and being in the Countyof E., purporting( (In belong to Edmund B. Va-is. the friends of the Insane.TMIE HAS ta'ten and the FRANKLIN above store ;, where he- in T 2 2, N and E, containing 120 36-100 ac'rei

    those having claims against said estate must present JelTerson, and ..Ijlininl the town of Monticelliion S F. k of the S W 4 ot S I T 1, li 13. N and E.. HOtSf FRENCH !situated lying and being about fourteen mile north
    them for pa ment to the Administrator within the the South, and froitie the road leading to Pal! purporting to belong to the estate. at 4IIfl. J. Mills. : Directors of the Virginia Lunatic Asylum will keep on hand a choice east of Talahasse. purporting to belong to the

    time required by law or they will he hnred of ro"e mer's .filI, measuring eighty' h\u (..') tect front, MILTON J. (BRYAN( Wilhamsburg, would inform the public of the AND EGL3I CLOTHS, CASSIMERS, VESTINGS tale of Robrt Humphreys. t

    ry. SMITH SIMKINS Sheriff, two hundred (21 1J) ft t Smith In>in aid. road, and lor and ex offirio 'd Co. Sllher States that, by a recent law of the Legis I >. le respectfully solicit continuo I Also, folowing town lots: Lot Ko. to

    and rt-cffieio..Itlminislralor.Jefferson ...!J'iflifliClirL4aaii Rle<*.* .n the Wes>t,and known as Ftbnurv 2>, t ('">. :.TJ Cot;m I. Uture.they are tmpoweredto receive ins-inc patients, ance of the patronage of his Florida friends, believing I original plan city vf Tallahassee, 2 i *
    ( lot which paying board, from other States. This i the oldest he will enabled to give them the most entiresatisfaction. lot No. 174 in the north par o
    County. February .M. 1,11'; :31 tm Iht on S.mulIl. t'rf lived in the yearIbJl. ---- -- -- -- -- -- : addition to the city o
    I Dated '.aJ: ,.'Iner. I 1.1. 'I'ax: Coilccfor'su Snl". Institution( ( of the kind in the lnion. having been lahassee, also lot No. 76 in the south half of Ti
    - -- ----- --
    RECEIVED DIRECT FROM HAVANA 1JY founded the Colonial in V769 andis 5, J 15. 37
    by ; April ,
    JLS _
    of said
    l'h & SPENCER[ Y virtue of the vesttd in t (law, I county quarter city.
    J. It. FORTUNE P powtr rlU ty :hal from its Incali.n, best adapted f>.r Southerners,being Also the lands
    for l'ctitioner.li'ecinlr4. Extensive and Spin dd to belong to the .
    :diitor exposf-r sib. Idi.f.( the! Court I Ho.i>* door, in the of the Northam New, purporting

    Cf\ 000 PRIME: CIGARS boxes c 10 r. l'l3. __, -IrajYolire. _. :I.diol Countv l'lrut.i
    ,12 doz. bottles each assorted. SWEETMEATS. First .Mund.it/ Slmbl. 1 10 capacity( is of the highest order : nine out of tecases trLO' ]}J LT3]] @, ( West by the Ocklockny by River the,line South of demarali0

    Ibs. Cinnamon CHOCOLATE. SIX months after elate, I \u\\\ \\ apply'lo the Hon- the, following prop.rtv', or '.!;.w "il recover, it n.l.in.dlhin the first six months lIE subscribers are now receiving a tine of and East by the St. Marks tnt
    Spanish T
    2 kegs, OLIVES. Judreof Probate! fr Jcle! rn County, for pav the State la\. due on tlc same (for the } ;r 1 :, of the dl <'.se. It I is east of access, a!steamers daily mentof CLOTHS CJtSSLUERSt&\ESrT- Waula.a part of .Forbes Rtr

    12 dozen GAUVA JELLY. I.trr ol
    14 lW. 3o Walk. late of *aid count, doceasexl.IP The E J of the S I F. 4. jnd N E 4f the S K J and ,'rl treatment, upon the non-restraint s 'stel mo-i! the most fashionable manner. Also,a large supply ol Shff. and ,
    February ex-ojficio Tax-Col.
    .. "t' \.t T vr-n. the N W 4. purporting( ti i hdon to Geerge r Dennis successful, operation. The apartments admit of classitiration READY MADE CLOTHING, January 24, 1S46. 27 Cm L. C.

    Fur Havana. --DecemberJTili. _. !* !:; 2.1 din: -taxes *"> ('efl ( of patients according< to their state of mind .
    --- ----- -- Rinse Township I S and E, l'urpHtin tu belong and also a complete div ision of (the classes of ttociety (made up by ourselvesin the latest style consisting Tax Collector's Notice.

    THE fast-sailing pacf Schooner Not for. to ,1nuc1 Hadlev-t.if2: ($1. The fare is excellent, and the board $1 per week. in part of I "
    .\ ." R. Mas.ter SIX months alter daf. ., the u.idirnrd will pre : "THOMAS LANGFORD We have neat b dr.l.m., a parlor lasts fully furnished Frock, Dress and Business Coats : I HAVE this day levied upon the following lots or
    about the 15th of each his arcounts and vouclieis to I II ho Judge (If and T. C. C. tracts of land: The north west north
    tf M.
    willeaH' S1f ttfieio with curtainscarpet, ( :
    sur. and Dress
    0 and Apalachicola.For .- Fn.bate of Wakulla as Administrator the ('ntre-laLll'otomms. Black and Colored Cloth Frock Coats east quarter, and the north east of the
    M F : northwest
    t 1lrks County on -bruarv I 11, I< :1. I;m mirrors, bl.ks and a piano: airy verandahs for summer Overcoats, Tweed Sass Gotha hl
    passage only, apply R. FORTUNE, estate of M. C. Ihtrti"11, and! apply for I letters of retreats ; an extensive enclosure for'euing Cloak quarter, Section twenty-one., Township three
    February 1MO. 3') Ph nix Buildinjr. di-mi.sion from Beaver Bus. Coat&Surtoht. Range three, one hnndred and
    14, ; "aid estate. containing sixty
    Sale 1st Monday in April, 1310.BY rambles; a carnage for morning and evening rides ; acre
    JOHN P. Plain and Fancy Vest, of land, more or less,and to be sold before the Court
    furnished with books and
    J. It. IIGERFOrn reading room new spa-
    Just Ucceired a
    bJ. l"urtule. In ri;lit of ''ii i* wife, : lul <'rd.Dr. Slu'I'UP" 5sle. ; and morei'vtr various means of amusement.A .- Black and figured Satin, Silk, Cashmere, Valencia, House door, in the town of Quincy on the first Mon

    2BBLSPRIME: LARD Doeenibcr! lt, lCi. _u:1 ;rn_ virtue( (,f a writ of lien facias, is-uc-il (from I prs Chaplain resides in the building and preaches tthe and Silk Velvet. day in July 1S46, for the County taxes doe Gadse,
    the Clerk's offnof! the Circuit for the County for the 1543, 1S44 and 1S45
    : Court Sabbath. Letters of inquiry should PANTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. years *,
    bbl yellow Irish Potatoes. I I JXO (;. COFFERS Jr. p.tiCnlsH'r the of Malcom '
    (['ounty of Leon, Middle Circuit of Florida, wherein be directed to D r. JOHN M GALT, Physician andSuperintendent property
    March 21, IS 10. 35 I hit Professional Sorsices to the citizens Thomas Drown is plaintiff, alI Jacques J ii1. Hugin'sAdin'rs. of the Ealcr}lum. Williams ALSO -A VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT OK JAMES A. MCMILLAN,

    cfTalahaocmJ: its vici'iitv.' any .!lefen
    Colul'lnerlila.TIE them. Xo ', 1.13. 17 tfATTORVLY will expose for sale, tdi.rt the Court House door, I 1,1"1';. XI euwlfw Collars, Lambs-wool, Canton
    underir.e having tbi3dayaaaociatei -- -- ---- in the city of Talaia.sc.e.on )lonI. the Oth day of Stocks, and made Flannel and Notice.

    LLOYD\and to.ether FLAGG under will continue the firm the of mercantile STARR, L'J. ;};l 3 April next witun( l 1.allluu, the fullowing' de ,ri- WILLIAM H. WARD Cravats, JlaMLnd.rhirtsandGII SIX months after date, I "11 apply to the Honor
    boil if Judge of Probates ( .
    property n-fl : or for letters
    tNt e Len
    business at the Storo formerly occupied by W. F. ( IL.on1 LAW, Lot No. -.(; I, the North AT10RNEY AT LAW AND of dismission as administrator count
    in !tilihl( and! L-t ). GEEnALAGET. Iland'chicfs, silk, earnHalf (lose 01
    Lloyd customers., where they will be pleased M.to.STAiR.v. see their, former u"'I J"pr.r -J Hamilton, l I" l County Is Florida. 25, in the N<>rth \\" '-t "d
    F : J. the city of Talaha.I.*. announces that he will attend Suspenders Boot sandshoes, &c. SOLOMON SILL3, Adm'r.Fibruarv .
    ILOYD. Levied of said defendant J 7, l4G.
    February 15, 1S4*".. 31 F. II. : ujK n as ,Irfpl'rl 4tido I ,) of t'laims before the senrl! rranisite to a Ctntlfman's Wardrobecan 2 em-
    o .J1.J2J 1, ( be sold tu suti"fv. S i. hen facias. E\rr -
    c J: If the Government, and
    .,tdiiiimiistraloi' Sale. I \uclioncer & \ A. A. FSln.: Mu riff.! ,, \t'UllJ'partmtlt" ( be found( their establishment on the most reasonable NEW BOOKS, Ac.
    againthe States Lands ,
    COUmiioulcrdmlt. March ?, 1"1'1.t :c:< Hv I"'J.R: D. S.Sinrill's l'rl<.1 for or Money terms. Our stock be replenished by the OWNSEND'S Bible, arranged in ud
    N MONDAY,the si\th day of April nest, I 11.\ to the .settk-int of Public .\roIJls. to claims be wil T hi5orica I
    U wii Sl'ORKin : occupied ---- - - -- --- arrival almost every from New York, during chronological order in 2 vols. ot..
    offer for sale, at Monticeilo, Jefferson rx. Starr Ai Fla-s, wliereliis bestxmcr (Irt Coinmusioners umUr Indian or other Treaties of
    s the season, by new goods urchased by Mr. Sufferings Christ, by A. Layman,
    all that plantation of land, situate, I lunz and beingin may: be commanded! in the .h"\.. line. Sale to Irc-'mltiul and other Land Claims, and to the I
    Jefferson Cconty aforuid. known a the plantation March-jj.f !" 11.> :t) Byalu.( .. of \\ntoffitri facias, i'-,'ied from procuring Patents, to Pensions in the Army STIILIXho will remain North during the Youatton the Horse.Dr. Lrdner'!lectures,11 rO
    I We flatter ourselves Thier's life of
    of William B. Killpatick, late of said County, -- ---- --- ,'rk's .p!:ce of the late Suite riur Court for I and Nav\ or business connected therewith, to theobtaining winte purpse. by :X0.
    I containing eiznt hundred and sixty "5-100 :u I i'f>. I the Countv ".t r..n. Middle! < District of of Patents for scientific( or useful Inni"I such an arran ( by selling EXCLUSIVELY The Chainbearer, C'Jpu'.lst work,
    decea land be sold the SIX montl's alter <11. I pn-M.-nt accounts \\lnrtin Mills Ju ( Dure or less: said to to I i.n is plaintifl, (Pat K.r' ( and nail other of a public natuie re
    ) "lm'here the I 11..n.I Ju-Jze Iu-ines0 in the All The challenge of Earletta, from the Italian of
    debt ol said decedant. an.applt Jo (.f Pro- I j E\'r: !. ait- Iftnljits, I 11.0t levied 01011| and will i'iiring( an "llt. any oHe : city.
    W J D. )W'FLFYdm'r.. Date for< Jefltrs Count, fur Idlr i-f dismissionasCvecutorot'iheestaicof } 1"-\jto-(fur sale, before the Court Hou-e door, in the Claims against- irui\! idual promptly attended to, persons in want of clothing are respectfully invitedto D'Azrglio, Theobold or the Fanatic by Henrich
    Da, : call and examine and judge for themselv Stilling, The Visionary Schiller
    id Hart, late cf said Tallahas: by ,
    ol .
    Jefferson County, February I'N.' 1 < city (III titles in e>tieat(d, kc.Inlorrnatiou
    CO.mt drcoAM. .1: Monday, fie day ( free of Utters to CLARK- &STILLMAN, Only a Fiddlerand the Authors Daoghter.by Mary
    of charge.
    oIlce.S .JAMES M. HART, 1 Executor: I within hours the(Il April neat, be gi\en \1 Monroe street, next door to Starr &Flagg.November hewitt, The White Boy, by Mrs. S. C. Hall,

    SIX months. after date, we shall present our ac- (d"i.'r ,t. !I.n. 1 oni Ito wit :legal following;described propertv pot'I'all R JFER ESC : I, !5l5. i' tf The Foster Brother,edited by Leigh Hunt,

    current and ,'ouchea to th,Hon. Judge 1.\W The right,title, interest and estate of Patrick Kerr, Hon. J\. S. WHITE, U.J'S. S nalC. Knights of the Nigbts in a Lifetim,
    cf Probate for Jefferson Count, and then apply fort :U1'J'J. M'CANTS & SPENCER.AronXEY'S The"Jesuits, edited by C. E Lester,
    dt'ead, in and to a lot of;ground in Tallahassee, LA.IIANEGAS, ,
    3J The White Slave, Book of Law
    letters of dismission as executor and executrix of : fet front on Monroe strict, ALEX. IKRBOW, I Maps Forida.
    WE running AT LAW
    Joseph White, late of said County, deceased. W. toCk"tst Forms, American Almanac .lbu.Gold
    :1. being portions of lots of No. 171 IiI, in the JAMES SEMPLE, .
    THEOPHILUS ATOHXIYXU COUNSELLOR: AT LAW practice in the Courts of the Middle Dis Pens, vc.
    B\TY criminal plan of the City of Tallahassee.Levied D. R. ATCHISON, WILL
    I ELLEN A. (\Uhl<-)', Florida. UpOI as the property of said dc-fendont. and C. ASIIH, and the Court of -ppeal. and in the SCHOOL BOOKS.

    Jefferson County, February 2*. 1S40. 32 Om IV"ILL attend ( sl'nl Courts of liJ.Ht! Floi to be sold to satisfy said writ of furl (faciss.A. J. J. IIRDI., of Illinois. lower Counties of Georgia. Otice Monticeilo' Morse's New Geoaphy. Parle*'. New ratn

    : JOSEPH BRANCH. L. OB. BRANCH. ) rids.. arid .!' 1)eestur County Jeorgia.: A. FISHER: Sheriff.JJ S. A. DOCCLA, Fla. Sept. 1S-H... 9 Geography, Horace, ,. .

    J.r.ua 3. l 3.AL.nnANCI -- February 20 IS"10. ; ;fi; JOHN PETTIT, of Indiana. Latin Reader Latin Tutors
    : ATTORNEYS AND COlXSEI.LOR AT LAW E. '.UXAUn, .JiTNFORM .., _---- --- -- S. C. SAMPLE, 1 CASK- Sugar cured Hams,Sugar.Te Rice, Emerson's Arithmetics, three parts.
    I Candles.
    Mackarel. Loaf Suzar.
    TALLAHAMLE, FLORIDA.THEIR his friends and the public NOT ICC.FORECLOSUREOF C. B. SITU. Cheese Sap. )Mustard Four. Eclectic.Readers. ,three parts, AngeRs Series,

    1 connection with the Southern Life Insu he has tdk"1 the store em the cor : MORTGAGE; : IN TIILSOUTH- J. A. WRIC.HT, SpiceGingerNutmegDried.pplesand rck r Vinlp'r, Peaches, Lumstock's rmiosopny, Greenle3's Aritbmet.
    Monroe and Foot CiRcriT FIORIDA.'TMIE J. I!. BOWLIX, of Missouri. .c. Just received ad or
    ceased { T\\f
    Si Trust
    Company having entirely lur.In.d 1 Of Maccaroni, Butter and Onions for sale by
    they will hereafter gibe their atcltir.n exclusively lie-ally 1 oppemte the IJ'', IIir of John II. Sawyer: deceased, \11 J. M. Hfi.HES, December 13, 1S45. 21 R. H. BERRY. January 17, 1S46.. 20' P. A. HAYWARD.
    to their profession. <' may' t lx> found; a c..nt.ral..rlntnt( 'i il i JL pea! >e notice (that( I illt'wllo institute ,proceed- hENRY DOP'.E, of Wisconsin.

    They attend the Supreme Court of the State, i>l (; AND MEDICINES. Eve-ry at- j j ingsl rthwith, in the Circuit Court for the S.uthCr April I 12. ISIV Notice. NEW BOOKS, Ac.

    I ,.I and wi the for the Middle Circuit. t orel.-r* of Physicians and Pbuh'r. (I Circuit of Florida, to f<.n'I'Jf the mortgage-( hold! TUST received per Brig Sampson Narrative oCth
    March ?, Court 31 .. good! Duality( low fur eau'i.I \ upon certain real .estate 'if John I H.I Sawyrrdcea eel, R. H. BERRY & CO. SIX months after date, I shall apWy to the Hon. J Expedititn to the Rocky Mountains and

    t -_ l'lr._ I received a Mippl/of f SHERMAN'S in the city' of Key' West, ituated at the corner, of undersigned have this day formed a Co-part- e of Probate of Jefferson County. for letters eon and North California in 1543 and 4, by CaptJ.

    &. : 11! CAMPHOR and CATHARTIC Uuval and Froiit streets( and known as part e.f lot TIE hip, under the above name for the transmission of dismission a Executor of the estate of Elizabeth C. Fremont, price 37J cts.

    .f LOZENGES valuable .artirle-s, and the most agr.ahl. .. | number three in square) 'nuinfuT !c'.n, according to of a GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS.R. Jones[ ,late of said Count- deceased. The Crescent and the Cross, by Eliot W'aburtoJ.
    I'' WILLIAM &AUGUS .' form of alirincs.SHERMAN'S A. G. Bowman's!plan <,f :stul. city. II. BERRY, RICHARD TAYLOR. Esq., Illustrated. edition of the Pilgrim's Prceress

    I 1 MAXWELL, will practice in part : POOR MANS l1 .\ 'IlS. the nlIIS: : MALLORY. D. P. IIOGUE. Jefferson County, Dec. 20, 1S45... 226m Tupper's Proverbial Philosophy, a book of thought
    will attend the counties of the MiddLe
    nership. They < cheapest:: and Itt plaster ever frcc! to the. 1 public j' By S. R i\JIoHY, his Attorney.Kev o\rnlwIt.P ] IsIS III tf and argument originally treated
    District of Florida. Jackion and Franklin _
    I coun Ir Rheumatism, Pains in the ( Side and Weak- We-,t. March 7. I | ;. ;:1 .>m |!(10 M. D. PAPY edition of Vicar of Wakefield,
    ties, in the Apalachicola District. The county of ness, S..c. I __ Dante's Poetical Work, translated by H. T.

    I Thomas. Georgia. The CO'Jt Appeals of Florida, Also, DR. FOLGER'S The Upper Snuaiiticc !Spring, 9 m W The Philosophy of Mystery, by Dendy, Car;
    and the District and Circuit Cojrts of the United I HEALING! I5A I.''.\M EAST Holmes' lile
    ,an : iel. (, ((", I[ F.OI D.fTf \ Practice in all the Court in Middle ot Mozart,

    1 States at Tab1la5e.RISIJscc Coughs. Asthma Blee-eling at the ., Consninp- :
    : (hon and its kindred diseases ramphle-ts, containing < ,rig his (Ir..ndi and the I ER.\HJ tol, South wing, room formerly occupied by the Parker's aids to English composition
    WM. II. BRtX'K ENRROUs1HTallshasec. luIlic.lhal door South
    ,, AUGUSTUS I MAXWELL certificjte-sfn.m Ilri'n' in high standing( respecting : taken a !<-a-... i.f the> abJ e !) : t.'Vxt of l1OI ,) Secretary of the Territory.). Chances and Changes or Life a it I*, by Chtrlw

    April 19, 151 : 30 tf ;; its valuable effects, can be had gratin, by applyinz eif jear?', all will be prepared to ar- ::;; : notice that he is. Irepan.to November I 15, IS I 15. 17Notice. BordeR, Rural Economy, by Boussinghault.
    I : *t above.Talla1sse vvb( ,, may favor. him with tlitir com his friends and --- I Book of the Colonies, by"John Frost,

    t t. 'or Sale.-TWO FINE BtGGIE i Jamurv. 10. I'iji*. o"i .tf pany. As re-gards the mine-ral eiialitie.-s| ol the water articles, of CABINET FUR I Book of Good Examples, by John Frcst,
    _I ,: V with Harness for Cash, at Xorthc.r -- -- -ftoficr.O1X --- -- it cannot bv urpas.txl by any watering place in :, made up in a stile not to be SIX months afterdate, I shall present my accounts I The book of Christmas by Thomas K. Hervey

    -. L _. .prices. America. The Springs will be opene-d by the first ban\ workman in the Statt. vouchers to the Hon. Judge ol Probate for Elinor Willis. edited by j. G. Cooper,

    ..I. CLARK &STILLMAN. O( m.t.uft'r, date James, the nm!I. r'.igind "ill apply day of Mav. Charges moderate, and every) attentionwill i : corresponding with the Jefferson County, and then apply for letters of dis The quiet"Husband, The Squire;' The Heiress, by
    November I. IS 15. I; HonrMe E. HvKiinr, J'ldgeo'l be pai.II" the comfort of all who way favor him Tables of various kinds, Set mission: a Administrator of the several estates of Miss Pickering
    I Pa l4Mte. .(if I eon count. ,for Idlers dismission from with ( and every description and Ritchie Ascanio or the
    their ctinpanv. George ,George Smith, Silas Krupp and John Sculptor's Apprentice by A. Pumas.
    J Dr. JII's Pulmonary Balsam, the c.-tate of 1. 1'raiit, decfasnl. FRANCIS A. HUSON, Proprietor. I
    .. For Caught, Col", .1tthmas. Croup, Bronchitut, F WI EK rn.: ? .'idmrJ ,". March 7, !l"lf! ;. n 3m.llaslodon i is also prepared to contract for December 6, 150: 20 Gm The illustrated bisto.y of P'alestinebv Jno.
    I fl7woping-Cough, Influenza, : S ( and such other work is The Manuel of Matrimonr. Kto.
    Joant.ICI Y.__ __,. ,. ,'\-IaHIOr ------- --- -- -- -- a bv a Bath.lnrMysteries
    > '
    1"I Sorenfts o I'aint in the ch st, Spitting .:"'''- !:'.' ': :_-- 'Iii A I'cIit (inll Cotton Seed. I !<'neraly ; carpenters. His prices in Waktilla CounayTAX.COLLECTOR'S of the ,author .
    -- BackwodbyB.T
    of Blood, Consumption Difficulty. I'ssiSilt.-. JtST RF.CEIVED: direct from New Orleans by :department WIl be such as to induce those desi- of Tom Owen

    t of Breathing, Sfc. ,e.THIS WELL: s--Irteel Miscellaneous Library the I, J. l R. loRTLNt per hooners Star and Home, riotis of building give him employ, \hill the quality SALE. A Winter Gift for Ladies being instructions ia

    article has long been held in high estima A. ir. t approtil I English: editions e>f Standard :ni 1 bilsht-U :1a.I.don( Cotton Seed, direct from R. of his work, if it does not iwpass, will at leastequalany BY virtue of the authority vested in me by la\v. Needle-vu ork,

    .: $t lor the cure of diseases of the breast and we .ensiting ol aWit thousand l volume .\bbev, 11 1aoo Valley, Miss. work done in (liii cit}. I have this day levied upon, and will expose to Fleming Field, Nich Bigelow, The Orange Girl

    -t / luns, and is offered to the public as a remedy deser JI'.. apply to vie 2
    trial by all who are thus afflicted. 1Qr p particulars JOS F. ( (tie.. February 21, 1"1';. 31 I Ill would return his most hearty thanks for ( of Wakulla, State ol Florida, Love and Murder, Durbin's Observations i the
    t Particular directions each bottle of the BYTIJWOJ ------- -- -- the patronage e he has heretofore and trusts Clark's Pla fair's Euclid
    accompany ; in), 1-jr,. 2.> Oeilla, On thejirst Monday in Est Csa >
    January County. that he continue August next
    Prict cent,. Jtt'rsnn Last Notice.ALL may to give satisf.clon. and enjoy oye's Penmanship. New Music Paper for
    rPicint. 5 ------ \in.
    a n Tabha.t.lorl. by Notice. persons indebted to the estate of J. their confidence and favor. between the usual hours the following pieces o dow Curtains, House Paper and Borders, ic..

    I &AMES, Druggists. in., deceased, late of 1.01 County If.ny, are February. 2", Iltt._ 2S Iv parcels of lands, viz : For sale by p. A. .e
    'S December C. 1545.- :1 SIX month after date, I shall apply to the Hon. hereby notifieil that payment must be made without \T] Lot nnmbr S, containing 474 ares,and known January 24-, 1S-IG. 27

    e of Probate in and for Jellerson County forlett.u delay to S S. SIBLEY, :Agent as n,) further indul.gene. < tNiJ. the Survey, according to the original survey
    i'. Samuel \V. earmark, Samuel II. Stephens 'if i'in a Evecutor of John Moore, .'tale (H? I made by Asa Hartfield, Survejor. Also lots number -' NoUee.SIX .

    and \Vaylcs Baker, late. of said county, dl eac. granted.WESLEY: MANNING, Adm'r. 42, 43, 41, 51.52,, tS, 69, 70, 79, months alter date, I shall apply to the Hon.

    ; ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW HARDY :JORF. February 2" 1 I.II;. 3J KO, SI, containing 36 acres, and known and of Probate for Jefferson County for letter

    I formed a partnership in the practice of Jefferson!Vinfy., January 17, 1'10. niNotlet described by said according to the original of dismission a Administrator of Edmund Gray, late

    I I., HAVE, and will tfive th<'ir joint attention to business '. Kale let Monday in April, 1846. survey made by Asa Hartfield, Surveyor. Alt the of said County, deceased.
    : confided to care, in the Middle Circuit, above described lots of land situated, lying and being GEORGE
    ... tht1 months after I shall ?SherliT rtiilc.BY W.
    '.' and in the Counties of Jackson and Franklin of the SIX d.tc. present to the Hon. in the county of Wakula. on the west side of Jefferson County, January 10 SANDLE.
    of Probate fur Jefferson virtue writ If fieri facias i issued from ,
    : Western Circuit. SAMITEI 15. con- County, my final of a ( ( the Wakulla River, of what is known 156.

    : tinue to reside at Quincy. STEPIFXIi. account and vouchers as Administrator "of Fr-ncis tlt Clerk's office of the Circuit Clut for the a s Forbes Purchase,and levied upon a the property TO PRINTERS.i
    RMACJ Ga-t, late of said County, ; and 1 shall then county Circuit of wherein of the Apalachicola Land Company and will be sold
    p. and .WAYLE BAKER at Tallahassee. One of the cloeast.d < ( Ieon. ?lulclt 1orida. Type Foundry Printers } Warehoiut.
    l letters of di.mi, a'curb Adrnini-trafor.< Elisha B. plaintilU; and Ad- rU.NCISCUS"IENKEU to satisfy their State and County Tax for the & Furnishing
    : J. firm a of his time at I aPIIf'Jr AI'n's countyof
    .. ,i attend spend to part Apalchicol I STEVENS: BRIDGERS.JcfiVrson mmistrrator( is defendant, i have I levied upon, and .\ Ihl.method to inform the public that he Wakulla for the year 1545. rTIl HE subscribers have opened a new Type FounJi -
    and (' T
    r_ that ay direte ,1 _CUlnly._ Januarv_ in_ _), 1,1r. 2' fanNotice. wil expose for sale, before the Court House door, in has removed his Cabinet \\arfhoust to the AHIJAH HALL. dry in the city ol New York, where they are
    ; placl.Deeu.br2 ready to orders
    I I 161V 22 ( .city of Tallahassee, ('I Monday, the r th day of building formerly oupie by Star ., next duet Shff. and er offieio Tai Col., Wakulla Co. supply to any extent, for any kind of

    --- ----- -- -- April next, within legal hours, the followingdescri- to Peek's Tin : ) in the rear o ol which January 22, [24] 1 .. 276m job or fancy Type Ink, Paper, Cases, Galleys, Brats
    : Apalachicola Land Company. SIX months af.rdale.1 I wi present m>' accoant tied. propfity, t-wit : intends to carry on the business of a CABINETMAKER and Steel column do.. Composing Sticks, Chases.

    warned not to <,' o ht Judje of I'rlbalt .r Lot No. 22i, with the improvt-ments thereon, in ,u DfnT.\KElhn,1: UPHOLSTERER and Notice. every article necessary for & Printing Office. V
    I are hereby ;
    '4 persons trespass "I he
    ALL Leon Couity, and apply for letters of dismission the original p'an' of the city ol Tallahassee. feels well to Type, which are cast in new moulds, from an
    i iomini.trlhr
    Jo make use of, or commit waste in any unlawful 3' prepared any orders in eitherof months after date, I present my final ac- entire
    f # manner, on the I and* of the ApalachicolaLand ; of the ..tate of James. Simmons, late Levied uP'J as the property of said defendant, and the above branches of his business.He I SIX and vouchers to shal Hon. Judge (if Pro warranted new set of matrixes, with deep counters, are

    :-.'. Company which have not been regularly disposed of laid county, tNtaot.U.AS to lie sold to sati lv" said writ of hen facias. i is provided with the best materials for the I bate in and for the County of and apply to be unsurpassed by any and will be sold
    D. ALLEN.rcb.jsry : March ?, IS 1';. 3:; J\. A. FISHER, Sheriff.Notice. manufacture of new articles of Cabinet Furniture for Jferson.. at prices to suit the times.
    1r of by us, or our ciimpetent agent or agents a discharge a o non of the
    I j. heretofore a the penalty of the law will be strictly. I 11, Slfl. :) Cm such a! Secretaries, Hur.aus. Tables, Beteads. state of James Hall, late of said county, deceased Printing, of the Presses most furnished, and also Steam Engines

    ); enforced against all otlenders,. Notice. Chairs, &c., &c., in the neatest and perfect WM. BUDD. approved patterns.
    Composition Rollers
    I Applications may be !made for purchases,leases or rnnnthi; affrdate. I shall Ir1eut to the lion tl)Ie. He will also repair any description of furni- Jefferson County. January 17. 1 1. 26 f.m A mechinist cast for Printers.
    months: after date, I shall apply to (the Hon. SIX constantly in attendance to repair
    the of of
    ntherwise, for undisposed or tracts SIX Jellerson County my final tUle.
    *, 1 prtion. ( l" of Probate for Jeflerson county for lettersof 1 lie would return his thanks to the citizensof Adrllnlsa.ulo.'sloUee. presses and do light work.
    : r,f said and bcin" in of Wa- account and vouchers as Executor of Thomas L grateful
    i; kulla, bnd, lying Franklin, and,known diani"sion as the Administrator of Jacob Carter, \\'ond., late of sid county, deceased, and shall then Tallahx-see for the liberal patronage he has already !- SIX after date I present my account Editors of Newspapers, who will buy three times

    the" Forbes Purchase, .nl our duly authorized agent a, late of said. countv.',deceased. apply for letters of dismission as such Executor. received,and respectfully solicit a continuanceof vouchers, and make application to Judge as much typo as their tills amount to, may give the

    I Mr. JAMES. E. BETTNCR, in the vicinilv. of JOHN FREEM \N. BENJAMIN MANNING.. their favor, a. he pledges himself to give satisfaction of Probate of Leon County for letters of dismission above six month?insertion in their papers,and send

    ; JOSEPH DELAFJELD Quincy., Jefferson: County, February. 7, 1"Ii.' fitn 2'JNotice. Jeflerson County, March 7, '10. 33 f.rn to all who may give him (their orders both in a s Administrator on the estate of Bartholomew Es- their papers containing it to the subscribers.
    LEWIS CURTIS --'-- ----- -- ------ -- price and quality of his work. lick. deceased, of said County. COCKROFT Ss. OVEREND, 63 Ann st. N.Y.

    i ph Trtuteet of the .Jpalachitola lAnd Co. STARR, MAM) -l"I.ACe January 10, J 1S10. 25 JOHN MYRICK, AdnVr. February 21,1M6. 31 6m

    I : January 10, IM6. SIX months after (date I shal apply to th.Judge now receiving. Brig Emehne from New January 3, 1546. 21 6mAtmlnlslralor's LAW
    per NOTICE.
    --- ____ Probate for (! County. fu letters of ARE LEWIS & AMES
    and Schooner Home from New Orleans,
    tr P Notice. dismission .administrator of Normin high, lae of Notice. liE undersigned have united in the practice of
    Rio, Laguira and Java Coffee, loaf and crushed Sugar -
    t 1 duly authorized said Count?, dta. JULIUS HIGH. DEALERS : indebted to the estate of John JL Law. They will attend the several Courts ol
    undeuige. agent of the Wine, Brandy, lour, and complete assortment ALL prOD Havij,
    i4% ; THE Apalachicola Land Company, Jefferson County January 10, 1S40. 11 CmThos. I of Iron, Steel, Nails, &c.February Drug, 'I.dldne Paints Oils, deC.aiedlte of Leon (county will make immediate and Law the and Counties Equity in of the Franklin Middle Circuit of Florida
    I -- -- --- and
    t ; is prepared to sell or rent such portions and tracts -- ------ -- : 21,1810. 31 Toilet Articles &e. Window Glasa payment; all those who have claims or demands Jackson in the
    JofT. ,
    Heir Western Circuit. Also
    I of land the Forbes Purchase, have not been Promrrf will present them f'srsettlemnentto the District Court of the
    a ATTORNEY AND! COUNSELLOR AT LAW. P.UTERI' BRUSHES AND COLORS, United States to be held at Tallahassee, and the Supreme
    regularly disposed of by said Land Company. Personal Just received by J. R. Fortune, WILLIAM N. HAVIS, Court of the

    ,: I interviews may be had with the lubribr at WILL continue to practice in the Superior and 1 1 I extra sugar cured Hams. ,small sire for fam A Apothecaries' Glass Ware, &c.THE Administrator de oonu non. THOMAS State of Florida.

    .J, or iathe nciibborhood of Quincy, or may b Court i>of Jefferson County, and in theSuperior 1110. above constantly on hand, and for sale at the January 31, IS 16. 28 2rt' RANDALL

    ; directed to.him, through the POt Offices; at Court of the Middle District,and the County Small lot prime Lard, market prices. THOMAS H. HAGNER.T .
    place and Tallah of Columbia in the Eastern Dfstrict. Notice. Attorneys and Counsellors at Law.
    Small assortment of choice Brandies and Wine i v
    JAMES H BETTNER. ..1genlefthe Residence at Monticeilo" Jefferson County. All 4 bbl,. superior Monongahela Whiskey. *, ALSO in store a great variety of articles for familyuse SIX months after date, I will apply to the Probate February 21, lg4G. 31

    -.. I Tnuteei of the Jlpalaehicola Land Co. buintl entrtf with him will b promptly attended February, 16. 31 Pickles, Olives Capers Macaroni, Vermicella, Jndje of Gadsden County for a discharge from
    January 10, IS"). B5 I to. Currant Jelly, Olive Oil, Citron Prunes, Almonds. r y executorship of the last will of Robert Davidson, Notice.

    ; Sea Iftlaud Cotton March 9. l"ll." 33Tlnstodou Just Ueceh'rdA Rose and Peach Waters Sperm Candles, etc. eceascd. L. W. SPRAI SIX months after date, I shall prevent my final ac
    Seed. January 9, [17] 1S40. 26 and vouchers to the
    ND for sml at thfl Phonix Building by J. R. For. AX ASSORTMENT OFGAmII Hon.Judge of Probate,
    BUSHELS first of the seed Cotton red, in and for the County of Jefferson
    and then
    200 ave tune, 70 boxes ruperior English! dairy Cheese Take Notice. apply
    received and
    just bv 1 for
    sale in email quantities by- DANIEL LADD mmD a discharge as Administrator of the estate of
    R. H. BERRY .t CO. FOR.*'rrt.r KPWARD: BARNARD. | 24.k.rinH best Goshen venison Butter Ham, of 1845. J AN extra prier will be paid fo Hides stretched Stephen Woolf,late of said county deceased.
    T.1ah" 100
    ,after the Indian fashion
    1'ith pegs
    J.n'nry31.lcl Jinu Jap'isrv 3I,1 1"11.| I: May in, i4S 42 M. L. BA ER. Jefferson
    County, 21, 1S46. 31 6m