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 11, 1846
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
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.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
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step I step to Urn uia ler) ot the world.

-- !OEjj"u-i"( : Their tiu'lightedneM) and their devotion to 0

her interests, is worthy of commendation and ;

r FromtktA" F-: 7\-&btmI. emulation. no stronger instance if

PRISONER'S ADDRESS TO HIS MOTHEFj THE FLORIDIAN. forecast was Parhap than that which sixty -
wandered far from thee,mother, years ago saw the vast importance bat the

Far from oar happy home; desert coast of the Pacific was ultimately to

I've left the land that gate me birth, attain in the scale of empire.

In other climes to roam ; The Xota Sound convention pare: to Enp.

then, has rolled his tears. -- -- - land right"to land on the coasts in placesnot
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And marked them on my brow SATURDAY APRIL 11 184G VOL XYlIoNO.38.I already occupied, for the purpose of carry.
ttiU] fve often thought of thee- BY S. SIBLEY. TALLAHASSEE, ing on their commerce with the natives of the

Yet or making settlement! *there,"with ,
of thee now country
thinking -
I'm )
landed the north coast of Washington he: intention of affording her facilities in
those da 's,mother. in truth in ofclothes.: flourins altogether nearly sixty thousand as fun. causes us much sorrow. He on l'
Pm thinking of ) was great want an making I island traded with the natives. took such intercourse with the natives and to ena- I"
*On the' I thank for it. pos.
When with such earnest pride, permitted him to continue. No sooner was francs. r ontrarj you in the of the king of jle her tl repair her vessels. These secon- j
session name
You watched the dawning of my outb. he gone than another individual entered, wh "Although as Jet I have: paid nothing' .I is our declare duty to disavow ourselves it ; we ar going Spain, coasted down it, and thence to Van lary and permissive rights in no manner in-

And pressed me to your side; immediately began, My dear monsieur, you Without a doubt," was the answer. in publc to leave guilty. couTer's island, along which he coasted,land rolving the sovereignty,weru nil she acquired f

Then love had filled my trusting heart must do me a great en'ice. Buy my house That is singular ; but since you say so, I 61 entreat jou to things just a they; and with the and was the hy that convention-all that. her statesmen : f
should like to make a safe invest are ; a few days more of credit will pn""enlthe ing trading nati\'cs l'f(
You rich real submit. I
With hopes of future joy are rich very -you want rstale. first civilized man who discovered or entersNootka hen daimrJ-al that Spain conceded. Ami
And thy bnght fancy honors wove Fifty thousand francs are nothing for merit of the whole ; will you be so kind as to necessity and displacing Albert my com Bound, where he anchored, and christened ret "b. a'at hour tin effrontery to assert: :
regarded me as
To deck thy darling boy." lOll ; only the half of your income : and at specify one ?" George it Port San Lorenzo, in honor of the in the face of history, that she thus acquired I

present I am in urgent want of money. I <'1' Our five per cents, mon'it.ur-our! five percents pletely deranpid. he of and nettle. o'
he entered it. The right
natal paramount occupation
I'm thinking on the day mother safi'r. At the Come said I, let us lose no time ; the< saint on whose day
hut of
pected monsieur Felix to buy it : he doe snot I know nothing: present the Spanish nent. I say all that her statesmen claimed ; $
left thy watchful care easil" read I will tell all as I go )'year following his return, viceroy
I will be fcix. I can carnage is ; you
rate the gain ) whilst ;
decide, and I have some pressing engagements fitted another the 'or Mr. Fox, in the British Parliament,
When thy fond heart was! lifted I to settle." understand that all these little matters worn alonp. I hate spoken to a booksellerlberf" Dt Mexico of which out assigned expedition( to Brunt he convention was under discussion, denounced !

To Heaven-thj trust was there; *'I buy your house what folly\ !" )ou. You will soon hate to deal with inucl who will print jour manuscript. command was Perez and Quadra : it as a treaty of cunc..ssiwm.r and ticmisuums. :
And memory brings thy partin! werd!!. Truth, always comes out. Som Eleceta, accompanied by
"It is no folh'. It is a safe in\"f' tment.- larger sums. lwwt\'cr. tha and to the 57th depre north. ." In another passage lie asserts that I
When tears fell o'er thy cheek all that I hold in the fire per who were on the watch, were surprised they proceeded for t
; it will be fly placing had all right to settle except
After some repairs in two years ad They erected monuments, affixed to them in we gi'el up
last lovmc, anxious look, of- arrived from Martinique;
But thy have income nothing wel [
I should an
cents. the south of the S
hate word and he to ,>an-
worth double. I traded with the
your ; raised naives cmporary
could shook their heads, speakinp criptions, pnrsl's
words thousaiu
speak. people I
Told more than "That is reckoned. Three vi..d ;
soon the intervals between
to So well the of tht sh or
left without giving me time reply. make of The edifice so raised, and took possession in name

I'm far away from thee, mother, did he propagate a report of m)" purchase tha or thereabouts: the francs.quotation at eighty thou. tumbled! mI.down with equal rapidity.quickly king of Spain, of the whole country south of hem, where they}' happened to 0 dlsant"j t

No friend is near me now, in two hours afterwards monsieur Felix came i eighteen thousand Say twenty The best of it is," said some, he ha! he 57th paalle. In so doing, they complied Pa.His. vol. 28, p. 99;; -;.

To soothe ILl with a tender word. to me in a great hurry, apparently. out of hu I and to make a round sum. francs of income ended I falling into the snare tvhuh he laic with all known to the ape, and And in confirmation of this language, Mr. f t
thousand bj
Nor cool my burning brow ; mor. "You have cut the grass from unde Ah twenty 1 believe ii the principles which have guided thtourse Pit under whose auspices as prime minister
it for others. part
"I said I, when could I receive IJ' he convention had l been negotiated, replied it
The dearest ties affection wove my feet, monsieur said he on entering.; : of England on more than one occasion.

Are all now torn from me ; cannot do without that house and thought i it Oh, to.morrow. if" you confide the transactions it. I comprehended that the storm had broker I'imesc two voyages would alone constitute a b)saying, that England "had gained no new

when the trouble mine I had made an offer oforty to our house. This last but that she had pained new advanta- A
came ,
Thev left me was already as day I a dozen notes on in\ erfect title by discotery. voyapeonnnanded right
That of course, was my rejoinder. out, on finding These in the languagef "
They did not love like thee. -nine thousand francs, believing that tin i all nearly m the stjle uf : by Hectrta was two years prior ;e new ad'antges
"What other could inspire me with so great a table. They were the acknowl-
consisted in
owner would surely come to my terms. Hu to the of Ciptain Cook, on whose disot Mr. Pitt, simply !
would not have thee know, mother of confidence" the first I opened. voyage .of the of
1 into degree e dgment by Spain right England f
of an At'
there is no hope starving you agreement his respectful : 'cries the English claim now rsts.
How brightest hopes decay- The banker bowed. M. Gri non presents COi. fisheries in the Pacific ands 1
without further preamble, I came I defended her claim under the to carry on ocean,
The tempter, with his baneful cup offer; advance of fifteen thousani Will it be believed 1' in the midst of all! plimentR to .r. Meran, and having an urpenineed ( thc of Sir Francis Drake, to the trade on the coast of an part of it north-
lo you an of begthat he will be so pooc piratical voyage )
I them all I felt certain embarrassmen money '
dashed these a
Has away ; treasures est of America.
francs upon your bargain. ; ot the day, the little- Spanish possessions on the Pacific; history,,
And shame has left its venomed sting in asking for a small sum, of which I stood in as to pay, in course I that Immediately after the execution of this con- 1 .
Fifteen thousand francs coming I knew no the : which he has the honor to enclose. iHWMcr, has lung since assigned to re. lI
wild! for after laying expenses accounts- I
rack with anguish the need ; ention fitted out two ships, "
To greatest England one or
his .
who had much trouble in earn all alike '"M.: :\Ieranthanks low ned freebooter appropriate place.IMlape ,
how -
to me, five franeift. Mt were
had but !! answers
know .t
heart to I Van-
T would grieve thy of my journey, and intrusted the command to Captain
and his incentives not
hundred francs of salary as clerl for the bill which has beer : plunder were "
ing eight force of habit, Gnpnon;
my th
The sorrow of thj child. { Such however, was :1 II and of tcrntort. outer, to proceed on a voyage of discovery: .
the of law..ltbo' the amount. dlsch"t'ry acquisition 1
the of courts and send I
Lo registry believe myself lepitimately ?o long a kcd fur
that I could scarcely discovery to the Pacific and ass
doubtful Jes
'jtn lonely and forsaken now, hut little acquainted with business I saw tinadvantage than little an One letter only I contained no request foi is exceedingly proceeded ucea.
restitution of
I Unpitied and onblest; to be derived from my position, and possessed more due. my it was from a friend whom 1 bal almost !. is high north as 49s As the claim under alleged, to procure English .
not money ; with the convention.
which in
was jet
ould not have thee know monsieur, for tgive < nuity, that I might '- his discovery is abandoned, it would be use- ropcrty compliance
Yet still,I w replied, it is impossible, me with a blush almost ) Hearing ,
Dare) I ask, I inquired, oten. further What were the occurrences of that voyage?
How sorely rm distressed; you an answer at this moment return at of shame on my cheeks-"can I, with l een duped, lie wrote, offering to lend me less to give it the notice.conceded discoveries of; If Spain had intended, by this contention, todiver t

I know thou would'st not chide mother five o'clock : meantime I will consider the to advance! me foi francs, should! I wish to remove from apace In opposition| to Nootka. sound if i
to or Eng-
out indiscretion, beg you ; England,
this in with
at day, comes
circulated England tht
Thou would'st not give me pain, matter. which I want where so rumors were I
the moment a small sum on arrival many Cook the Nootka Sound land had understood i as thus acquirP.would J. f

But cheer me with, thy ofte t words. At a quarter before the appointed hourMonsieur m a strange city?" irejudical to mj character. Mj reply pate 'oyapc ot Captain and the of Vancout A it not hate been promptly by one,

And bid me hope again. Felix was again at my door. Monsieur Eh, mt dear monsieur, my chest is" enirel he necessary explanation, which 1 concuded :uflicient ont ention, to voyage the claim under Cook isoundtd if refused by the other 1 Must assuredly. .j r

said I I had no wish for that house- How much do _'I ain rich, not bj an inheritance in I ansvvei the fact When Vancouver
I know thy tender heart, mother : > at jour disposal. jot it deter. t in the well-authenticated fact 1 admit. But! what is t

Still beats as warm for me. and did not even' think about it, when the proprietor want-three, fimr. -ten thousand francs ?" I I never believed, lJt because was Cook himself that to sailing from' eached Nootka Bound, did he make any de. : !

As when I left thee long azo, came to beg me to purchase it : and it I do not ask so much : a thousand will bf mined, it spite of mj' protestations been, that made I should I' te England by an account of the prior Heceta land for restoration ? None that lever heard I. .

To cross the broad blue sea; appears the house is now mine. As it suit< sufficient.; I Ie rich ; and I hate in reality what very 1 lauMieen published by Quadra.voyage and had been of And if so, it was not complied with; for
will do well for me, I notes? Cal I ich, I scarcely know how. This is i of !
other in him
and as Will hate it polo or far from delivering to possession
mother a
And I love thee just the came )you you who talk of ecu by Cook. This simple statement of facts '
offer." : ," said the bank.T I' would wish lOU to sa to those otksound which i is between the parallels ;
And I long:to hear thee speak. accept your he cashier. May 11t'g you ) the most decisive and complete refutation olhe ( '.

And feel again thy balmy breath You ..h3.111K' paid in a fortnight, in papei leading the way as I rose to depart, maj' ne. singular English claim by disco'er}'. of -4'J= and 50= the Spanish commandant t crtfu.J

Paris exclaimed the purchaser, delighted I[ beg OU to continue jour good will to om I.we more than fortune to my Sound lu Lin pruioed arounj the i.l- :
Upon my care-worn cbc>k. jn ) I assured of a friend] Her claims umlrr the Nootka con. 41"Y
with my promptitude in business. louse! !" ..ituation, since it has me should it \eniton are no better founded. In the year and of Quadra or Vancouver, by the straits of i :

But ah1! there i! athoujrhtjraother.: Paper on Paris! I was so little accustomed Certainly,monsieur; you well\ deserve it," upon whom I may count in adversity,I the 1 79, an English subject named Meares Ian- Fuca, the gulf of Georgia and Queen Char-
week t
Pervades beatmz; breast would confidence which the certain :ver visit me. For another was lou's sound which all combine to it
my to that currenc, as to imagine; that it I f replied with a led at Nootka sound, and erected some huts separate t

That the freed spirit may have flown ix* necessary to send it to the capital for pay. ty possessing an income oftwcntv thousand iubject contersation. i the of trading with the natives ; 1rom the mainland: until he could pet vesss's' *\t .

To its eternal rest ; nent and therefore wrote to a commercial rancs'' began to give inf."There He has been fortunate will,"said others some. : lr. shortly purpose. after an English vessel coming in, readJ to accompany him, and he did accom- i j

And as I wipe the tear away house, the only one whose address I knew, ai is jet one favor..which I wish: toisk .. Fortunate if you fellow, who replied has vas seized by the Spaniards who had a sctlement any him. r't
in mine not acquainted but I he i> a And here let to mark a in f
ear 'OU are me
There whispers from that I received regularly an annuity oive said M.: Uergertt ; ) "a) of circum- there. Meares was sent in confine. pause pint "
A ,that speaks of Heat'en and thee of with Paris have perhaps but known; to take the advantage '.English diplomatic artifice. Upon {
voice left un. and
f hundred francs me by one my ; jou who could manLtre meat to Mexico,and the ships cargo were
And bids me seek thee there. :les : and which formed a welcome portion 01!" few relatives here ; come and take a family tances ; it is not"every body ::onfiscated. An appeal was made to the Eng. Tal of Vancouver at Nootka sound the island -!

wife will be de- in this way. rhich forms the sound was ,and
--- income. dinner with us to-daj : my by for her protection and caled
-iM1a---OIlLl- -- --:N"! tu ny With what impatience I waited the cxpira. ighted to make jour acquaintance." For my part, I was for a moment but a little tempted re. government nterposition ; and red.res, to her honor be it spoken,, had been for years ; the Spaniard were inossession .j i i

--- ------- ion of the time, when I wrote to :Messrs. With the greatest pleasure. to applaud my own genius that talent; had nothing hat appeal is net'er made in t'am. She prompt. ; a Spanish commandant, he whose ?

THE FREAKS OF FORTUNE:: [hughes and Berperet, that, hating certain "We dine at six : if you hate no enpape. lection convinced me in 1)" addressed the Spanish government t.; and ame the island bore, held possession in the j;
shall hate few to do with it. I quietly took mj place so. of i and i i set- ,
a I Spain, a flourishing
the the we name
their advice for subject
FROM THE FRE CH funds to invest, I bepped as nent evening taousantfrancs Spain, in reply, alleged that an English ,

"Nothing can be done without money" said safest mode. It appeared that the words rrr. j friends, and hope "you will stay." ciety as the possessor and still kept ot twenty it.: had tre!pased on her dominions. Eng tcmtnt. with the consent and approbation of I '
which I established. Without word
George, pettishly ; 1 had a splendid projec tain funds; have very different acceptations inn There are but few moments remember income sudden change of positiOn I land armed, and threatened instant hostilitie; \ ,was a 'f.
than those! of I Moralizing upon my the of restoration or sovereignty, ,
satisfaction subject
will listen to such a according to the name and po. I with more unless pain would make reparation for the on
ID head but nobody commerce of thosi c 1.
look it as one
my I only upon island but and without J
house. I begat can or right to the silently
of M. I
them. The news Herperet's weak she and
fellow as I. sition of him who uses 1 mj leaving which all the alleged injury. pain, as was '
poor freaks of 1 word of but doubtless with
We were three friends met together, be. my inheritance must hate reached Paris.-I to believe in the reality of mj- fortune ant strange unaccountable. controlled at that time l.y the weakest and the knowledge any one, i J
allows to be so of the English minister,
trailing the rigours of fortune : our lamenta Cerainfutulc, situated as I was, was a mod. lad a thousand francs in my pocket-a pleasure -- -- most imbecile monarch that has dishonored a the secret sanction

lions, however, took the turn they usually take est manner of specifying a considerable sum ; which had never before happened to me, TITI.I-: TO ORlCOS. throne in modern times, who was himself infamously Vancouver in his journal and chart christensthe 1
in order that .
companions whoso age does not ex. at least I supposed so, on receiving: in answer The fifty golden Napoleons gate an extraor F.ilrart from tJu- Speech of! tlic Him. Mr controlled by the notorious and abandoned island by his own name, t

among letter had been received impulse in fact I blood in great neccof thr of Peace- England, half a century aferwar., might
ceed from the firm that my Jinary : 11 in ( > (iod&ymiscalled; Prince
twenty years. *\EGVf, tie Srae .
"And 1," said1bert., have' finished a ust before the close of the Cones loan in them. Possessor<>f twenty thousand- franc!' >ntd: State dditcc, 13IU.Wr i even Spain, in her degradation, refused the hate another point on random of
work which would create my reputation, could which they had purchased to the amount ol of income, I was obliged, on my arrival in claim-we assert title the arbitrary exactions of England. An appeal and vagrant 11. flagrancy II IIlhis
recollected j
the office flf tin' set is striking is t
a publisher only' be met with willing to under. twenty thousand dollars ; that if I thought it I'aris, to lean my trunk at fin up creipnty.i is i England alone under the family compact," was made lo act more Nootka '
be realized, as not hating the means paying I frt'cllld.the I Count Nunez that Spain held possession, not only at
take the of printing. too much a large profit might liligence, naked France by the Spanish minister, :
expenses of Vancnmsrerundisturbed
that rests a sound but of the entire
upon caim. ,
MI have asked our principal," added I, ** to the stock had gone up. A postscript in the a lodpmg.; and afterwards 'I To this hour she never succeeded it demanding assistance and support, in accord !
increase salary, after four years of assidu- land of the principal,congratulated me on my I now hastened to redeem colorable title" to one sinpie I II ancc with the terms of that compact. The undisputed psesion-1rom .1
my 'a %
hotel even until the
showing that
fir pointed i period
the t
coach to !' year ;
answered that of such accession of fortune.Twenh' took a hold of France was that she was ready tt :
service and he the other hand, I reply
(;2s whilst disturbed
; in I foot upon abandoned because the
established a it f
fell where I \ mjself ; untarily ,
he wished {fbi thousand dollars! The letter out to me, meet and her obligations under the
clerks he could find as many as ourexecutite discharge f.
and put on mj uit onourninp. that our negotiators condition of Europe was such as tn prevent ,I
the amount frightened me. handsome apartment The unsettled conditiorof
tu hundred francs a year. from my hands- ; branches of Congress, hundreds of our family compact. 1
both from
other : extending
much her 1
punctual European
arrived so or an power
inform. I
"My dear fellows," interrupted George, I wrote instantly to my correspondents, that he had ,",carC''lytime fellow-rimens, all O"er the I'nion, have at tanous I her atl irs prevented the aid that was in. )protecting such remote ,

although we have, neither the one nor the ing them that so large a sum went l beyond my it tj at Mr. Uerperct's his wife. intervals and in rapid succession, made ,yoked for the fame was already kindling the seltemenl i

other, any hope of making a fortune, couldwe means ; adding that no remittances hating to finish telling mv history me to to be re: nut and exhibited to the word as clear a cast! I Iof which. three Ihort years after, brought Louis: during But did England succeeding after twenty this abandonment lears. by .t i

not the credit of being rich." been received from Martinique, as they sup. She had heard enough to cause ), the parallels of: \\ I to the block. Left alone, weak and fee.
get of the hou-. Every one title to the country ct\t'l'1 Spain come forward with her claim ? Did she .
; I unable to satisfy their claims. eived as a friend with UK' ble she was,pain could not single handed,
asked 1.
"To what good! posed was beautiful 4:!= and 51- 40'on the Pacific, as settlement? Certainly not. No \
w omen I.
in or two stating did the amiable to me : I met the colossal of England, ant attempt a
the world a The came a day made the encounter power 'J
**It gives one a position in ; answer whispered rennrks made ,, adjacent i island, as was ever out to senator can show, for England herself cannot f
the considerationin hat, as I did not appear to have confidence in ; and overhear if on earth-a1 I was compelled to submit to terms.
inheritance augments freehold (
large skill .'plen.1 soil' and any country that between the parallels of 42: and 54:
which we are held, everything becomes the Cortes loan, they bad old out my stock at jpon me-mmlfst bearing Thus; ,great when Mr.; IJer.eret clear as can be made out by any member ot But, in so doing, she maintained! to the lasi 40.bhe ever made a settlement or asserted a i..
thousand francs and beg. lid talent. 'I minister in the
of ; buine.u his' the tone of her adtlresrfg
easy. a profit entreated to regard his house a< this body! to the plantation on which to a single inch of ground until it .: t
feel as remittances were me for aid. That communication caim"
**I remember was answer, ha."ingheard ged me not to uneasy French government :
my al! habitation. I : owned and occupied byothers.
I wilhnplj
from the distant plantations hat of own promised ; all for the justifica. had
in my childhood of a cousin who wentto always slow in coming mj little the in'ita.tion. I' Without losing any time by prefatory re. appealed to Europe II

Jamaica or Martinique, and never' return ; in the interim, my signature would hough I could profit but would by hate me tc marks, I w ill po at once into the evidence of I tion of her title to the territory in question.Its } .- Notwithstanding her uniform course all over 1'
I could want. Madame Hugues remarkable and
the and
all ,
furnish with money is vigorous f
ed. me i title which has already been presented on language and discov.
other introductions and the the world of claiming holding by
bank in I met with of the
German wan line With the
will of ,
bring a defies refutation.
want we The permission
what we : prospectus I
That is just she .
several occasions. her something
tho theatre ando own
will kill him which shares had been secured for me. ntitations. I was taken to Senate I will read a from that com. ery as requires I
rather we in fifty the of remarks passage Y
tLisVousin life in course whenever
to or avoid my her
under. that I was rich, I al. To stopping I more in others, it suits purpose, I I
I Now
francs!' Either coul I it is '
Icav. thousand : parties. muiiication. Here : i
Yes, Jaques Meran died pt Martinique Eighty to name authorities, I may now simply i than mere discovery. 1 0

ing a sugar-plantation, fifty slaves, in short, a stand nothing of commercial matters, or the most confine my' expenses to some presents state in advance, that the sources from "hencclily 1st. That by the treatiesdcrarkations takings Meares, who was the origin of this difficulty I

thousand francs, clerk has written one or two noughts too many. and fees.Meantime. I the works of possession, and the most acts 1
hundred derived
fortune valued at two friends p and .VI.1.bert information is chiefly are it Nootka sound, in a memorial made to his
I in
all to his dear cousin Louis Meran, from at. My situation became embarrassing. was I. mjf with alarm of George the success of of Malte Burn and Humlol, the writings olseveral of sovereignty exercised by the Spaniards the own but which is proved by sub- w I i
heard Charles
especially had the of government
congratulations stations
overwhelmed the these
tachment to the name. heads of be false alleged that he t thad
Department to ,
The the truth of which they dare no Ii monarch in statial
black. that
of heir authorized
report and by
We laughed heartily at the joke, of whicl when I put on my new had been frightened by speeches delivered in this body, second, purchased land at Nootka of the native 1 tl

I but two reckless friends, editor of the newspaper thought himself ongcr deny. They branch by various distinguished men, fur the 1692!,the original ,'oucher for which shall be and had thus the I II
thought no more; my for Paris, which all the world chief acquired t
of cousin J ac. in the of the negotia. laquinna
departure forward course I
abroad the tale obliged to give a biography my my and from the work brought :
and Albert spread last twenty-five of and
George ol years ,
difficulties in the liquidation right occupy possess.
imaginably asked for additional particulars.I attributed to of tion all the coast to the north of the western
and me commander ,
the with the
when broke with all seriousness and conversations Gray
ques[ Americau Captains
we up bard that I had suffered Two navigators, .
with annoying questions. In my debts ; and mJ. Charles Wilkes America, on the side of the south sea, as far
I beseiged Captain that when the
what concerted between exploring squadron and Ingraham, were at point
'ed was -
housewhat self to be decpit by what is called Prince
The text day people came to compliment what way would I furnish my and also from the personal communications of as beyond Wilam'ssound difficulty occurred,and state that
establishments? SomeBenevolent us merely as a joke. which is in the Gist degree, acknowledged emphatically '
of be understood that I disavowed would I do for public : Commodores Jones and Aulick, both of whom ,
will to
It denied
me. course after return from Paris, mjicrvant the chief ever givingthe right Mlares .
recommend to Three days my exclusively to Spain.
would believe ladies wrote to my of the coast in question. to belong
but no one hate visited a make settlements
all [ other to
cause ; their Let them portion )r Englishman !
announced names. and any
their guardian 3d. That the state of the possessions .
under in the l52,
the truth ol the that
affirmed notice informs
friends had Humboldt u* year did he extent admit their
DM: two for I did not receive there, nor to any
; my
of the
the report. In rain did r assert that it was all ship. I was ruined in postages ; for in the. ome in" was my reply ; handsome timepiece Francisco Gali, in his voyage from Macao to excusive commerce on the seacoast :laims. On the contrary, at the period of thislirficulty
real imaginary the world On seeing my it existed in the time of
whether or of ocean, as
all riches, the northwest roast louthern
cousin :: midst of al discovered the
rememberod Jaques my Acapulco. native chief took with
a joke : mtoy my candelabra and the new furni- the part
embark at!\antesin I had"no money. Fortunately from and gilt 57;30'. In the Ianptiape Charles the second, had been acknowledged t
some had artually seen him ,: decorated .Vmurica a' high as Spaniards. This fact, even under the English -
1789. Kmong the number of these visit the moment I was held to be rich, no one :ure with which I had rnj apartment of this author, Gall admired, like all and defined anew by all the nations of Europe, construction of the rule for others in the
in consternation.
from and tradesmen hey opened their eyes have visited New and more particularly by England, in the Pthirticle
With weuld take a sou me who his time
the most agreeable. tho since of title
*i* one Cf not is much difficult in gaining admission .e consummation by discovery,gives,: Spain
the whim of a young man, I had some time courted the honor of giving me credit. "There said Albert. } Cornwall, the beauty of those colossal moiin- of the treaty of Utrecht. which a perfect title ; for when ho act of discovery j
in the last I decided on going to Paris. Immediately here, which the summit; is covered with Mr. President, every communication
previously ordered a frock coat new At with all tains( of perpetual is accompanied by permanent settlement with
arrival I went to bank. "Yes ; I am besieged by persons covered passed from Count Florida Blanca !
my bottom is subsequently
I of while
Cuhion without baring the means pay. on my but snow, the consent of thenath'es, it constitutes, according
1r& and I who received' me as the inheritor of great sorts of solicitations and. projects ; joumjdear beautiful vepetation." the Spanish; negotiator, to Mr. Fitzherbert,
Kent, the carment worn jelowed ers, he always welcome.You with the most to that construction perfect title. II
;nr for said M. Itergeret: ** inai friends-Jou wil it called long after, the English envoy, contains language equally, 3
(; & There had been some wealth.you I regret, in time to me New Cornwal as was So much for the claim of England to Ore.
loan for the stock are come just accompany if decided, in the assertion Span.
and the Spanish Vancouver, extends not more
time a coolness betweenmy: creditor my. mistrusted which I hate thoughts of pur if I (' (( right by Andat gon ; fur this is the entire evidence of titla t

Ml; whose importunities 1 wished to avoid.- has gone up. No matter, however, you hatesome to an estate It is not a large affair-one hun from the 51th degree to the 57th. This discovery ish title, than the passage I hate quoted.the Nootka upon which she rest. She is jut where she ;1
chasing. the ..ent of signing
the mo
made him hasten to left. Gnu was ten anterior to very the
by years when she to extort
The rumor of the legacy was in 1799, attempted
for the 44 have the goodness, monsieur! dred thousand franc. who discovered the Sound convention, to avoid all subsequent I.
find such was the penalty I paid Will you ,: distance off" said voyage of Juan de Fnca, from the weakness and the terrors of
me ; much all I take it to he some and in defiance of country
"Good said I *' to tell me precisely how the southern of Van fraudulent interpretation,
fcolisb pleasantry of my friends. of his head. strait separating point Spain. She has no additional derivation of t

day, Monsieur Matthieu,*' ,aid I, with some these funds are worth which you hate boughtfor i George"Two, with leagues a significant only, jerk I will take you in couver's island from the main land. Whilst the gauntletted Florida Blanca hand impending declares that over Spain her, title to point to from that hour to this. We

embarrassment as he entered ; You are me 7""The : Jiving implicit credence to the discoveries of Count of exclusive have purchased the title of Spain by the FluI
calculation is easy. Twenty thousand my carriage. Humboldt. for reasons I cannot discover, yields not one title sovereignty-of I all her and
francs1" we acquired
for the
come fifty G.I. a treaty;
much the dollar-and the Your carriage I of Juan de Fucaas sovereignty over the soil.
"Does Monsieur imagine that I am think. dollars, at so to treat the voyage ; all her sovereignty. We stand to-day .re.
sell will Yes carriage !I" If add to this, and the common consent
If to-day you my The examinations of modern we
fog of such trifle ? No ; it was for the mourniag.w cum already paid.hundred' you and twenty thousand You have a carriage 7" apocryphal. of deFuca's Christendom before alluded to, the fact, that cisely in the shoes-if I may 1 speak-of j .
about two have unitcd a concurrent support I
1 times We in relation
put horses which I Spain in 1769. t
Yes and two dapple-gray Fitzherbert made no assertion of title for occupy
; with the Mr.
u What !" francs into your pocket. have saddle. statements, one accon Oregon the position then occupied by that
mourning I no very
Paris and
from as yet confined to a
You monsieur brought ; but himself vague
both can. sty England
"The mourning for jrfnir cousin, Monsieurthe I opened my difficult to find." strait he discovered perpetuates name.- "claim enfeebled and worn-out monarchy.Now, as .
thousand? Are hones they being more of rights, or '
and ; Sub.
in 1592.
hundred twenty of de Fuca was expression
htir-at-law!fVithout two This the domineering powers arming
mourning for an two friends retired to one? of the windows voyage of the convention on i then same
certain 1" My to that time, and up to the period of up to the time accepting from thj ,
doubt wilt f' quite another sequent the teeth to drive us completely
want complete you to on to
a whispered title in
you be within a few where they have clear a
behalf of England, we
one can continued various to a .
wouldbe certain as any Spain on ocasions than half inaintaiaed. -
it A 1774,
Matthieu .f which Spain more
At this time, Monsieur looking all the time very lugubrious. north to Vancouver's island, and the adjacentcoast ground poor
into those seas as high as Spain
francs. :
impossible." hundred too much the novice Dear Louis," they said, "you know that rend Inarine. and 57 and islands, as can he found in history, II
"1 hope Monsieur does not think of withdrawing I did not wish to appear is dead'" the parallels of 55 Throughout discovered Shall the mailed hand Engknd dice to
"That is well ; you spokealso cousin the to the attachment of any newly :
your n she common consent
was,by convention
and and replied period Sound
his favors from me? Coat Test, I don't know that he be dead, for I am earth. That admission of right us another Nootka Sba
pwiUloons black frock of dark bronze for of a bank?" that he lived !" Christendom,regarded a the sovereign country on it do more 1-shall it force us t
; ever the 61st
has certain north
of this bank not extended high as
the "Yes; the establishment. very this about in. and possesssor, not only to the last named pr. in Spain a for which Spain prepared to struggle 1 Shall
mourning. that
affair is not You know story your
-4' received with some difficulties; butth* allel, but still further the north.In parallel.Oh million wLo now people free Am
I tell I hare not yet met t the twenty
again 1"
you all a joke would the secret history
of terminatingit eritance what
occurred the a I
on the eve i the 1774, however, picture and as
are with b
we .
less good ; and I year energies uhome
that only be I nol eric
I persuaded you speak
am of
of diplomacy
is well of Juan Perez, under the authority English present S unsurpau-
of and the scrip up.
I Monsieur not to speak ; voyage lieve wih rl
entreat money answer. who for centuries untbomable.
here so, was my in of the thus
.. be sold f' I inquired. to a point between censure enj -
that scrip Spanish government
added the tailor Could the ed in Dationwe
it will ,
come won enoujfr, rejoined leadingher th hsor
t shares," replied the banker,, We have done great wrong, my of 55 and 56 have controlled her councils,
hit scissors and "You hold fifty the parallel
had already taken, out advanced four hundred and fifty.1 friend, "great wrong, m what was intendedonly
waist. which
pissed the measure around my





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LETTERS-No. 2. t (
dowed, abandon a position in defence l of which renheit.never Mink It.ln" 4M, rising during Fioin the 1'tntacola Democratt, .April 1. Editor : I must needs beg the favor of man, though they are not loe ] c Pit

., Spain was willing to hazard n contest, the result the day to from (G3 to 70.; I is a well-known iYas"al. Tu.r.lx.ss'cz,1646..4ly you to allow me a place in your columns, fran \ necessary superfluity of tO w t?"

of which to her was not even doubtful, and fact that the western slope both Europe and The U. S. Bi i ig Somers Commander Ingra- dear Sam- excuse before the public for my own igno themselves wealthy, they are r*,*

upon it was staked her national existence *- i America possesses 1 f far milder temperaturethan ham, arrived at this port yesterday afternoon, These licensed, latinised conservatists are ranee, and that of the last General Assembly, independence, and nobly use pt*l-

Even the effeminate mind of Charles IV held their ea"ltr slopes.! The Wrsll'r coast from Vera Cruz, making the passage in 8j! ever'blocking up and intersecting the highways I was a member of the committee which reported their own an paid for, and l.r to be iL* -

his nation's. honor as dear as his nation's ex. of America has the advantage by some f.e dajs. As the news received by this arrival i itt of social improvement and civil progress. a that odious bill, entted" An act to or. row or even if it would! be te J'j .

istence. I know it is sometimes sneeringly degrees over the wt'sler coast of Europe. of importance we hasten to lay it before our In all ages, they have been ready to retard ganize the Militia of of Florida," ga1 thef. l

aslced, what ha* honor to do with Oregon ?- The highest point of Vancouver's island does t readers in advance of our publication day by the developement of the individual a inimical &c., in reply to your wise correpndent.- In Scott's last paragraph, he sins

and why should there be so much talk about not extend as t far north as Dublin and Liver- means of an extra. to their professional privileges. These dark My first excuse is, that I.n odious 13lh section,and uses tbe 1 '

honor ? Mr. Fox, whose authority I dearly 1 pool, with the additional advantage of this We arc indebted to a citizen of this city for lanterns oflcft-sided light, have constantly op tensions to military superiority, won either in phrase incongruity, the hig

.. to quite-for I reverence his memory i milder climate: under the same parallel l of la the t following extract of a letter from an officeron posed every new pandect or pandemick reform the battlefieldVest Point College, or any have doubt is applicable, but haYing

in the debate in Parliament I have before titude. board the Somers, which embraces all the which threatened the slightest elipsis or military school in South Carolina. The highest tensions to lofty phrases, I leave u'j:

:" .! from : The Pacific coast of America is milder than most important item of news : elision of their ita scripta code. They haveas I commission I ever held was that of Captain public to judge of its force and bearm bi

Honor, to nations! was perhaps the only the Atlantic cot by some twelve or fifteen On the 16th Mr. Dimond nas informed bya uniform y thrown the whole stress of theirI I. though I am frequently dubbed with the descant on the word brigade, as I t' $t

'i- liable or rational ground of contest. Wars degrees. And it i is in this region, betweenthe letter from Mr. Parrot of the Legation that prescriptive prejudices and legitimatised influence title of Colonel. I am sure I never desiredit. him, to be superfluously inserted the

he sake of conquest, of acquiring domino parallels of 49= and 51 that exist, as Mr. Slidell had demanded his passports, having on tho side of strict legal conservatism. Let it suffice to say, if I did, I should not To this I plead guilty; but what i

-extending trade,were equally! unjust and on both faces of the Atlantic, in natural combination been refused reception as Minister, alho'the Small difference I wot between your ana at this time make this uncalled for acknowl. It neither adds to or deminithes I it t!

>litic. He who vindicated the !Honor of amy the harbors with depth of water and :Mexican Cabinet expressed a perfect w lepsii and prolepsis, your diaphaf and adlaphorat ed ment. And if there is truth in man,1r. the law. For this I hope the 1i

was the advocate of its rarest! inter- convenient shores:fir marine arsenals and depots (lingne to treat with a Commissioner on the of licensed latin law-logic. But Editor, I did not wish to be on cuse us, although Scott cannot pbi I

because vindicate its honor was to se- ; the timber I for ruin construction ; the Tt'1S'luttion. He al wrote that Mr. Sli- there is no Cujacius now-a-days, to inspire committee, nor did I expect it, until I hear feet with the least allowance. The

its peace." fisheries to create and nurse a maritime population dell wou1 be in Vera Crl in the course of a the people with veneration,or conjure up con. my name read out by the Clerk. And, a Scott's opinion,is a company nenl

rind this authority will stand good when ; the lJh tides of a northern latitude ., would immediately, ; take passagetherfrom volitional homage. And if there really be a a common duty, I was measurably compelled convened under a spreading 1F1

the memory of those who ask why talk of for docks. But all these are tuhancl.d above for the U. S. The St. llry'g was casusomissus-one which may not have been to lay hold and exert my strength, in common deny being the law. They ok more

.. li' nor 1" shall he f forgotten.Hut I anything on the Atlantic by the high tempera.ture in readiness for his accommodation whel we rrctcl or foreseen-it is this very right of the with the rest of the committee, in drafting fined to an oak than to a magnolia er t en.; ,,

; in a&littontothe title of Spain, we have: of the winter climate ; the generous tranquility left.On commons to abjure professional monopoly and such a bill as, in our opinion, would tendto but are to hold their court their DU,
of the Pacific winters, the great size, the Pth Com. Conner received a letter toeliminate from their of and a retp Pve
"me of O'ir own to contend for-the discoveryand I' principia politics organize the Militia of the State, and at the company muster grounds, without
entrance into the mouth of the Columbia the grand features and the sublime scenery from Mr. Back, our Consul, in Mexico. He law, the stale and offensive vestiges of the same time not to impose duties, cither upon what they may convene under. reg 1

riser by Captain Gray, of Boston. That rivor I which are there blended in harmonious uni. appeared Ie somewhat exhileratcd by thecheering misguided past. I would elixate and filter all men or officers, too grievous!to be borne ; and pose, is one of Scott's would-be eipp' >

has its source about the 53d parallel of north son with the grand ocean on which they look intelligence brought from Englandby the poisoned waters of hoar antiquity, and pro. knowing, too, at the same time, that I myselfwas sneers.
this have the I' out. God and nature point to Oregon as the the Catnbrh: which he had just received. scribe and tho dicta of church,
latitude. In addition to \v* right repudiate al exempt from military duty. With these The rule, I think, is a plain and simple
acquired by the discoveries and explorations main column of this mighty empire.Mr. He writes that if this news had been sooneireceived'Mr. state and schools, so at least as they contravene simple remarks, Mr. Editor, I slal proceed and on it I may remark hereafter. -

of Lewis and Clarke, giving us higher than Mangum here desired to set Mr. ?Han- lideJ would! have been receiv.ed .. the truths Christianity and lights of to notice the objections in as they are He uses a great many big words shoot fo

the 19th parallel, to which the senator from negan right, if his allusion, as ho supposed and throws fut a suggestion that our Mission democracy. laid down by your correspondent, in whose law's not providing for contested election-I

outh Carolina woulc confine the American was intended for him. may be accepted at the latest moment. Gassini: tells us that the sage TychoBrache wisdom for fault-finding and criticism, jou am not certain that the law does not prorii I
there due the Mr. Hannegan having replied that his al.fusion Although Mr. Black's location should give maintained idiot in his whose
boundary. I nothing to enterprise an househol seem rather to exult, from the special refer. for such cases. He intimates that death
the privations, and the sufferings of that was to his remarks a f fjw days since- him many advantages I for forming accurate insane prophecies were rtcei"ec by will ence under your editorial head.I some other corporeal danger may fan
Mr. Mangum said, I have taken occasionto opinions I do not think we have much reason the sanctions of Is it to be rlut
gallant party despatched: by our government grave phiosophy. would again remark, both for myself and the want of some such provision .
to explore ) take possession of this territory express no opinion on the question in relation for hoping that his hopes will be realized, al. wondered at, then, al systems of the other gentlemen who composed the com Again : that there is no time allotted for J"

? Is there nothing due to the privations to what might or might not he the value though almost anything may be expected from para logy should savor so strongly: of idiotisrn mittee, that we have no pretensions to military cers to uniform in, is another grand objeI 0.

they endured in their journey to that region- of that country. In truth, the opinions upon the unstable councils ff Mexico. .\r. Slidell or iiitanticism,, and that they so often resemblemore acquirements, either in tactics or the To this I have only to reply, that the

piercing the mountains in a region of ctt'ral the subject are so conflicting that I have not has certainly demanded his passports at a forlunate the fevered frenzy of the fanatic, and laws necessary to out the organization I time and officers are

snow-wintering without house, or tent, or been able ti. form a satisfactory one. Some moment, when the news from Englandand the nescient ucinonism of the ninny, than the of the Militia ; but carr having become our im the necesary law to uniform imm !

but, and subsisting on scanty meals of horseflesh have represented it asa sterile country, without the state of the country, and more espe sober and inductive prolations of the patient perative duty, we exercised our best judgment on their being commissioned, fort they!

? Is there nothing due to the gallant ef. I, water and run. Others again, amongvhort dally the fears of our squadron are conpirng experimental enquirer ? in doing so, and as a proof of having acquired nothing more than a biro coat and

fort of these indomitable men tit the serviceof is a friend of mine a member of the other to act on the irresolution of:Mexico. peo Under a legitimate system of social affiance, ourselves with credit,the bill passed by a large out regard to tbe material of the coat sad

their government ? House from Ohio, say it is adapted to the pro. pie of Vtja Cruz are awfully frightened, and political ethicks woule recognize no distinc. majority in the Senate ; and with little amendments indigo is one of the spontaneous prod; I

Than the conjoint titles of Spain and the duction of sugar; and cotton, even as \up as are, as will be 1(1 by the, newspapers, moving tion between law politics. Law as a pro. and I think a respectable majority inI I of and is the best material for

United States to Oregon, no better title exists the 61st degree.Mr. out of the ciu. Ti. Mexican Navy has fesMou, and legislation as a science, would be the other House ; and without any objections Florda, domestic housewife

by discovery, exploration, and infant occupa. Ilanuegari.: I If it was adapted to the been lakt'l in tow of the steamers, to a placeof reduced to one and the ,same function. A/ obtained the approval of the Governor. But to prepare every it, so, if they have not a ;

tion. production of sugar and cotton, it woul not absolute safety( far up one of tho neighboring goo statesman in this case woull be equally Scott has burst the quill,the perfumes of whichin they can soon make one, if they have

A single remark: upon the expedition of I have encountered the opposition it met t livers. The people of Vera Cruz wish to. a good jurist, and rice rersa. certainly is sounding declamation, are thundered from at all : as for a if their pride don M

Mackenzie, in consequence of which Eng here ; its possession would at once have been see the question Ic.twet.1 us settled, and having in a moral sense the imperative duty of the your periodical. them swor, they can use a

land or tome persons for her, pretend to found secured, for that very opposition would have never been very warmly attached to the one, as it is the high obligation of the other, Objection first-A want of Candidates to carr\ any one can manufacture, won-a

:claim north of the Columbia. He profess composed its warm.st support. Sir, it is not revolutionary government, threaten a pronun- to render their state happy, at the same time fill high military offices. Anwer-In another knife, and has ever seen a vord. L 1

ed, and, indeed, he supposed, that he ciscO. 1 goo for tho production of sugar and cotton, ciamento unless their wishes are regarded. that they co-operato for the common prosper. column of your paper, I see number oC Scot then winds up with a little >

(red the Columbia from near its source ; nor it destitute of rain ; for if the honorable Upon the whole I have never seen the senti. ity of all other States. The duty of the lawyer names announced as candidates for offices in pathy by way of excuse for the stupid co'ignorance .

the t fact, as long since established, proves t thatit I sonator wi examine the account of Lewis ment of the people so favorable to us as at pre. is to expound the relations of justice which the Militia, who, in my humble opinion, are of the committee. I have no doubt,

was the Tacautchee Tessee, which rises and he will find, that during I the win sent. The discussion of this monarchy question obtain between citizen and citizen, whilst that highly respectable gentlemen, some of whom, Editor, but that there may be many X.

". north of the Columbia, and which he pursuedfir I ter months they were nearly drowned out. has, I am persuaded, done much for us. of the statesman with this embraces the para. from long experience, must have acquiredsome the law, which the committee and

some distance, and without ever having approached I is gt t for something better than sugar Xine-tenths of the people of Mexico are ardent mount relations of justice existing between' considerable knowledge of the duty both Assembly did not foresee, and when Gener ip.

the Columbia from its source to its cotton : for Xootka sound commands the Republicans : it is i only a few of the high nation'. of the soldier and officer, but I am not prepared plied will show themselves, but that your i '

mouth. I north Pacific ocean, and wi, in less than half cas and aristocracy who support the views of On a system ofa political brotherhood like to whether either of the candidateshave Scott, has pointed them out,I very c.respndent
A claim for England is also asserted by the' a century become I the grand! emporium fir the Royal party. There i is an interesting ar. this, embracing all! the jural and catalactic relations been instructed in the schools of South He seems to think that tin

discovery! and pursuit of Eraser's river from commerce of tf Oriental world. A compromise I tide on this subject in the last paper. of man, the lawyer as well as the Carolina. I South Carolina law is perfect,and should bare j,

I near its source to its mouth. It will be remembered upon the 1'Jth parrlell continually ur Tbe British Minister, writing to the English statesman might found a sense of justice, that Objection the second-Tho public mind I been adopted without alteration. It is true,
that this stream empties into the ged upon us. As I live and as I shal answerto Commander! on the station, says that he would both and to his elo. I have
give point power lashed into fury. For my own part, I have been told by some one who was bond ,
I gulf of Georgia opposite Vancouver's island, my constituents, I would give away I cannot persuade these people that Englandwill and to the profession he
quence, secure so yet to learn that it is part of legislative dutyto and raised in South Carolina, and who travell! ,
which is separated at points from the every foot of it. The island of Vancouver is not co-operated with them against the U. adorned far imperishable .
many eminently a reputation more require madness and distraction to b spread cd clear a cross the State of Georgia, and who
mainland by so short a space that, for a longtime the power of Oregon, and four-fifths of it, including States-they have the greatest confidence that than the marbled Sphpnx.of gra throughout the land, by legislative enact. now resides in Florida, that South Ctrolki

it was regarded as a projection of the Xoolka sound, lies above the parallelof : England is going to interfere to prevent their headed mythology. If law could again ) ments. I must again plead ignorance.Scott has the best organized militia of Su:a ii
continent. The idle such claim 49= Let England Xootka sound, bullied but he has unequivocally any I
nature ot a possess I being by us studied by the lamp of Akibo, it would bringits then on to propound many que. the Union but I did not deem the authority
must be apparent from the fact that the whole the finest hat hor in the world, commanding: as intimated that their hopes would not be rea professors back to the people, and link them vies, such as feeble goes and compromising policy, sufficient, nor; did the committee, to report the
the where Frazer's discharges it does the straits of Fuca and I lized.
coast at river consequentlythe
: point in .
together once more common sympathies.In stimulating military spirits, war clouds of serious same without alteration.
t is masked by Vancouver's island, access to Pugel's sound, and she has all of, In the last papers will be found a notice of this case,the lawyer would know no artificial potency, &c., which in his own conception is a densely populated any State, Sou more Cal "
than two hundred and miles long, Oregon worth possessing in commercial and the flagrant attack by Gen. Paredes on the t .
more fifty wants, and feel but few pressing necessities ( he wisely answers ) by giving it 'six times the population of
I and which had been, long prior to the explo.raion maritime |point of view. She would hold the frcdlr of the Press and the persons of the and like the good Akibo, too, he might I as his opinion that the himself under yet the territory of the latter Florda a u

of Frazer, in the possession of Spain, straits of Fuca and Puget's sound as securelyas editors and printer This i is a dangerous proceeding think himself rich in the possession ofa don. which the organization is to be effected, are large and for these reasons the committee
I as he was not in that region until the trap holds the mouse ; for by this compromise on the part of the President, and must ,
se"crleas key to ride, a cock to crow at the approach of entirely inefficient. Scott then,like the Doctor their deliberations thought it fit to lea
after the Xootka Sound convention. Under she alto secures the gulf of Georgiaand arouse strong icscntincnt and a fearful oppo and by which to read the laws at impose
day, a lamp who gives his patient a sip of molasses be. duties on our milita, than those required by tie
> these circumstances to give the right of occupancy Queen Charlotte= sound. If we surrender sition. night. I verily believe that if ever the profcs. for he forces the bitter drug, tells the committee laws of South Carolina,and likewise to impose
I on the mainland to one where above 49 we give every harbor A large of the under Gen.
power away part troops .0. sions should become truly honorable! and to be that their militia law was the result of less Scott to intimate that
t the right of sovereignty to the island was already worth having on the coast. There is no harbor pudia have mutinied. honored, they must free themselves from tho much care and labor, and in the same breath there pnalies. for seems privates not attending
in another, would be as preposterous as below that would give shelter to a fleet of We have received reports from Jalapa that and of trades and lean j
l' servility rneniality intimates that they were a set of stupid fools. muster, but you know, sir, there are Ban
to divide Island from Xew York in the canoes. I the Northern Provinces are about to secede
Long strongly, stoutly to humanity, benevolence the 13th section
yea He then tells what laid down in the law and
you imperatively ,
L" bards of different the juxtaposition But, with the permission of the Senate, I from the confederacy.Later and ss a
governments justice.I to organize drill, &c., responsible for correct Courts of inquiry alluded to, are to excuses
being as striking in the one case as the will read a short extract from the speech I :. consider the law it is and has heretofore the I
other. have before alluded to, of the i from Europe.Tho as now instruction, &c., the aptitude of means, and remit whenever the excuse i found
distinguished been practised, as a distinct profession, &c., he shall assemble his twice a to be Your
.I senator from Missouri, describing Oregon as X. "i. Herald contains advices from company a legal one. correspondent i
J I the whole question of title. The it is. And a more bold and graphic description England one day later than brought by the to be virtually an off shoot of selfishness, and year, &c. lie then goes on to animadvertupon quite aerial-he mounts so high on the golden r
present the unnatural growth of an artificial necessity. the absurdity of the law, and the igno. able ,
of his that I
Yorkshire pinions eloquence, am
t senator from South Carolina, instead of relying was net or uttered in this chamber. Here. Hibernia, rpcCi'cd by the packet ship I no
p Laws relations between
rational }
or beings do of the militia. He that .
: to that forward with it is : : Capt. Bailey. which vessel sailed from rance says ofcer to reach him with all my shot,but I flatter myself ,
proposition, comes
II .1 I most certainly exist-few, however, simple, are made responsible for any failure may that in of his that I ,
: fome most ingeniously drawn resolutions, 441 I do not dilate! upon the value and extent Liverpool on the fnh ut.! d"scenl may a
easily comprehended, readily felt, and of universal make in the evolutions be refers
least be
performing able to blunt his claws, at
boarded off the
of this The Yorkshire east lea I
: neither asserting nor denying our title to one great country. A word suffices to display was
i acceptation ; but these as they exist in to in that of his animadversion. Here
part much for him all those who
fi,ot of the country, but insidiously draws attention both. In extent it i is larger than the At. end of Long Island, nearly one hundred miles: the ordinances of and the revelationsof as not to lay -
Scott has mistaken the plain reading of the .*
ed for the bill in eternal in their
I from the main fact fur the of ?antic portion of the old thirteen United from Sandy Hook ali her news brought up repose poEtical
purpose Christianity, have been almost \\bollyorcr law. He is instruct them
States in climate softer iul I to New York by pilot boat, which reachedthe only required graves. I am in hopes Scott will sound 1
II making an issue on what lawycrsternt an immaterial ; ; fertility, greater ; : looker!, except by a very lew socialists, and properly, and not to fit them for examination his trump of military science theelect,
in salubrity, superior ; in position, better, because city about une o'clock on Wednesday among
point.I of and virtuous minds whose labors
disciples sage at a military college. It is evident that Scot tors of his own and let them send kin
i t I neglected speaking reference tothis point : fronting Asia, and washed by tranquil morning. of love have been as little felt by the has loaded this piece of ordinance with powder to the next General county illuminatethe
allude of whose sea. In these the We give the news below, as copied from Assembly, to
to to te language one particulars, western
? powerful "I masses, as the rare compunctions ofa rgue'sconcicncc and though he had no shot, still fired away walls of the with his
t intellect of continent i is far than the Herald, which it received Capitol military w
to the bottom of eve slope our more happy appears
penetrates the still visitations of
13t'r or rarer a like the old woman who discovered dan. dom. I shall Scott with all
question he investigates. I do introduce the eastern. In configuration it is i inexpressibly it exclusively.The now drop ,
fools second thoughts.It ger in the trigger of a gun, and found means trains of bottomless If he wishes
i thus received is warlike, but tha objections.
fine and
it fur the of that which grand vast with news
proving no man -a oblong square,
.. purpose i is certain of and
a sign patriotism a surer of her child by proving to him that it immortalize his
hen will deny but simply to show that long"inco naturaIIJlurlrit''I.! and a single gateway into opinions of tho English press are merely anefiervescence scaring to name by newspaper rib
of to address one's efforts
good sense, was the trigger that the ball in motion.
put he had better unmask his
in this this sea. The mountains after! the receipt of a little republican ling, bater a
chamber situation snow-capped
our on Rocky a
to the good of the people, and leave aristocracy Scott then takes a leap from the schoolboy
great let all know who he is.
question has boldly and fearlessly denied.It enclose it to the east, an ironbound coast on spirit. I will, however, probably once my tae
ben by its own vain conceits andencumbered to Caesar. This, I is only the is his abuses tie
J is an extr the speech of the great the west, a frozen desert on the north, and pass on"liko that good champagne. by ancient to take fashionable quite air-he wraps up
careofilsclf of modern critics.-
senator from the West, [Plr. BE\To .] delivcred sandy plains on the south. rise The Switzerland had arrived out with the usages resort our so nicely, as he thinks if no one
Al is'rh'cr It him to be a frank Chris
When is home
proves true not at
the of Oregon notice resolutions, that had passed thfi they tells them better,they will not be able to discover
here the Ashburton tre ing on a
pending tty-that segment bowels of
compassion, empire bear which
flI bring to a large gun they call ab. it themselves. Mr. Editor, itseemskehas
to meet each other in the and then House of Representatives. They incrcal6Jtbe
which run centre,
surrendered at
treaty a summons ourwhole ited soul of which neither .
I' by a sympathy, hypocrisy stract reasoning, and the point they
prove much improved for the committee
flow together into tin in war feeling in London. your
militiari frontier on the northeast. He ocean through a gap min
;t[-. fully maintains! the view I have: taken of our the mountain, where the heats of summer and The English and French funds were de. can intussuscept And this nor act tyranny of wholly maintain by using [technicalities, which their last winter thought you afforded
emaculate. patriotismmust audience do understand and which
very not they them of value. You ,
the colds of winter felt and where pressed in of the news from tho was sterling
., title to Oregon. and inch of : are never consequence the aprvec
every ere long repudiate worse than
United use. themselves are not at all times able to ex. the law in all its features, with one ;
southern and northern diseases States.
"The fate of Maine has doubled the dangers are equally less formalities oftthe law, and force the
:' # of the Columbia, and nearly placed us in unknown. This is i the valley of the Columbiaa The relations between England, and the U. familiar pco. plain. ceptions, and Scott has so completely turned t
i pie to court a with its
acquaintance .
in his alludes who
States had increased the hulk of the Scot next paragraph to you topsy turvy,that you arc willing to slip behind
whose ( despatchesfor
j a position to choose between war and infamy country every a vantage is crown and
; spirit an knowledge its mean. in his should be eligible to office a.
opinion the committee and General
in relation to that river." ed by the advantages of and configuration the Governor General; of Canada, and also Assembly,t
: t' position ing. Why not put our laws in plain Eng- hove the of and white-fin
grade Captain, hide the
from odium Scott has
for the of the American heaped upon
Governors other Xorth
i the of the inaccessibility
; sir,just succeeding this, the senator : by unity ill parts- lisa its well
principles as forms of action f full-bosomed of wealth likewise
gered, sprigs nil those who tusking
from Missouri Addresses the Senate in the following of is! borders, and its single intro. provinces, which were sent off on the 3d Then Luke might be learned a without latin the South Carolina militia were concerned, either in -
to perfect system.In or in the law.
ult. from the Colonial
office. passing
r emphatic language : gression to the spa. Such a country is formedfor and Frank no fool without French. I verily [ reply to Scott's opinions on these I
union wealth and The cotton market had slightly improved.Mr. hea Farewel Messrs. Scott and Editor. I
t Noolka is in the latitude 50-being four strength. I can have think that if the time in attempting leave differ him.
spent learning must beg to
i but McLane the American Minister, had wit frst you hear from me again, eon me.
: i degrees north : t to that degree aid Spain assert and maintain but one'commercal emporium, and that will been prevented from dining at Sir RobertPeel's directed D. L
wisely to profitable and the democrat and democratic
labr Jasper 4th
represent countya County April '
;, r- her title agains Great Britain in 1790. But be Tyre, queen ctie. Such 1 country can in consequence of continued indisposi. monies wasted often in this more than people highly jealous of their natural

,14 ": that was not the extent of her assertion of that have but one people, one interest, one govern. tion. game of chance, were safely and profitably who hold their representatives amena. Correspondence of the floridian.

; right. gains'' the British she asserted it to ment ; and that people should be American, In a private letter,just received from an of invested, they would well nigh supply the right> to them, and in no instance suffer them. --WASHINGTON CITT, April 1, 1s5

1, 1 the whole ext nt: of the coast ; against they that interest ours, and that government rppub.I ficer in India, he observes that, independentlyof means of an universal national education, or selves to be duped by arbitrary dictation, and The interest in the Oregon debate i in

; t.: Russians, (the ( real claimants, with our. I lican. Accursed and infamous be the man those who fell in the late engagement, there one at least sufficient to make Jack a gentle. in instance scrupulously require cquali- creasing, as it progresses in the &hate. O
:, s t. 1" selves, in that ) to latitude 55. that divides or alienates it." were 2000 of the Sikhs drowned in attemptingto his of Greek every Monday Webster made short spl ch
q arer. Thus man, maugre ignorance aphorisms ty in tbe laws, both to those who wear glovesand a ; deca
as deriving trot Spainourtitle is good against This in the language of the senator from cross the Sutlej. and Latin lana caprina, and thus every full-bosomed shirts, as well to those ring himself for the boundary a $,
e England! out the coast against Russia, Missouri a few years since, and to every word From the tendon Tmt.arh 4. learn of a made
; compromise. Cass avery
throug The from America, published this commoner might enough common who suffer their skin to come in direct contact Yesterday,
i ern to latitude 55. As deriving under discoveries of it I utter a hearty amen. news took the completely law, common sense ane even jof uncommon with the of the sun. Equal laws, equal able speech, adhering to his position a
[yesterday] city rays
and settlement it is o against all the A* EDITOK RonKin.-There are by surprise,morning and produced a fall of almost 1per honesty, too, to be own advocate before punishment, equal taxation, common and e. 5-.40. Today, Benton has spoken briefly
it many
r worl to the f lent of region drained by extraordinary things in the following state. I' cent. in Consols from which they but wise and honest judges. And as in the event qual[ rights, is the motto of my constituents, though very severely criticising the speech of

1.Y water of thf Columbia river. We ment, copied! from the Burlington (Iowa) Her slightly recovered at!all in the course of the of its plain baptism and christening, everyone and, I believe, of the majority of the citizens of Gen. Cass, and laying down the line at.9
discovered the ri er from its mouth to its source, for the would become his own clerk and bailiff; too, Florida. Benton declares a ponce evitable. Afr
aId The of
,4.. Wik possession f it as our and, ac. :- day. closing price yesterday what further use would he have for Scott with the Senator from Missouri territor "An Editor Robbed!-Last Sunday afternoon ; Account was 961 i to 97, and the concluding tip.staf goes on a long epistle, eulogi.
F cording to he ] ws of nations hae a clear tongue-torts, in the outlandish garb musty zing the perfections of the South Carolina Hannegan replied with some pointed
i, while all connected with this office were I price of today 90} to J ; but they were done I rn
and valid title tit. : writs, such as Quo Warranto, Certiorari, Sci. mode of court martial, by their at the great Missourian. Hannegan
usual enteredby With the of this saying regi.mental a
at church, our sanctum at 95i. exception very
: Sir, I have be n startled occasionally in this a 'a difficult Fa., Ad Quod Damnum, Venire Facias, with was always and defaulters oquent Senator. The debate of the last three
some fiend in human shape, who broke marked effect, it has been unusually treasury ful
chamber by Mions which I have heard he whole tribe of Pnemunires Ca in the Senate has produced sea.
tip our trunk, and feloniously abstracted to collect in detail opinions respecting Capiasef scarce. I must confess I am as much days a great
from estimable a d distinguished oft open any Fas.[ Fi. Fas., and all other Fieri Facias- ation here. The
membr herefrom a silk containing from fifteen this news. People hero arc mostly disposed puzzled at this as he is at the meaning of our people no longer apprehend
t this body in rela > to the territory ofOrfgon.I purse fiery faces-which may circle around both law and it is filled a war. Tho declaration of
to twenty dollars. In justice to our editorial to, egard the whole a a continuation of that ; except by taxation, as al. Bentn i
+ a distin ished senator some few days the Lex Fun Lex Jjoci of your grave adjudication lulled to in the last which true, peace is now inevitable. No
hlar brethren, we would say that this was not all tone of bravado which the House of Repre. t paragraph, in my m
t Mace, ( h ve been owing to the excite.ment ? l listen to Benton without being impressed
may editorial The trunk of foremanwas under the auspices of the opinion, if that IS equality in South can
of the mo gut in the warmth of debate, also money. and there our abstracted sntalives Mr. Polk has hitherto President; I covet not either a lingo for law or a Ian. alls far short of the mark in Carolna. with his great mind-he is ole of ou intellectual
opened, was ,
but its effect upon the country will be the same,) guage for love, which shall constantly remind South Carolina law doubt In the course '>f his remark,
will giants.
from it-nothing. We hope the thief willet hope, therefore, that the same feeling not no applies very
L "I I heard a dietingly guished; senator speak sneer- me of the rapacious imperial be his confidence in the present
us hear from him when he reaches Calibrnia be exhibited in the Senate. But the most ROan, or pomOUB veil at home, where there is much aristocraticlood expressed
of a come for what he was to > and lordly Norman, Convinced that Chief The controrenj
t pleased ( -or from the gallows, which elevationie anxious discussed bere today, has our ) and floods of wealth, and might suit Magistrate. Oregon
call the of a piece of land at the question ancestral Gothic roots under suitable
a such of has assumed a new phase.
psui is destined to reach and adorn. turned upon course U likely to be taken goo our population as are immediately,
I of Does that senator know aban. system of clean weeding improved culture from that State and I Ashley of Ark., has the floor for tomore
enr ear. To be sure the statement is robbed of some by our government, should the notice to ane am proud to know that
K:. the value, the ion, the soil, the power of will furnish flowers fruit better suit we have valuable citizens
p of its by the admissionthat don the Oregon territory be actually given- many from there
4' .; this piece of at the end of the earth T degree the improbabity. not all ed tonal is, whether such notice would be follow ed to free institutions and Christian people, who do not claim the entire dictation of tbe row.Generals Houston and Rusk- Senators from
Sir if we can edit the statements of those money "wa that and far more in accordance with self rule and both in their in the
Even with that qualification, bow- ed by an immediate hostile manifestation, or laws of the State ; and while they feel a high Texas,are placer Sn
who have visited t,there is no finer region of money. representative domination, I for one crave The House of ,
it seems like an aUempt to test the erejulity whether that would be reserved till the twelve attachment for the wisdom of the laws of their Representatives w.
die earth on any jortion-of its surface : there ever. of the public. "Robbing an editor," months had expired. From observations that none other. Let us but free these old juicy birh.placer are willing to jield something tote nearly deserted during the debate in the Senate

is t be found wit in its Jmit every induce. indeed !-Cincinnalti Inquirer.It have dropped from Sir Robert Peel, it is erroneously roots foreign grafts and impinging thistles- prejudices of others. He closes this see. has been engaged in the discussion; oftha

j went which can bo hfld to enterprising I inferred that, in however courteous a let us strike from them forever their barbarous by soaping up the poor man, by intimating Sub-treasury b l in committee of the whole

man. We have be highes authority for the is said there are no Jess than IiI personsnow manner this notice might. be conveyed, it shackles, and we shall have a tongue a that he i clear from the ta part te pun. house. This IS a very fruatd; subject and

(ac that on the sland of Vancouver in the a Washington, who expect to be next would be immediately resented ; and therefore teeming as Old Rome's, and as unctuous as ishmnt bcus he has nothing to pay ta wi b productive oflnyspece. I think

month of April tfcigh gnus was already a foot President. The number who wish to be, hat the feeling which new has produced was, that of Greece, if not quite u tactile as that of or. .as as my constituents are con. bi wi pass

the ternpe ure so delightful that in all not been tsim1t: d. en the whole, a very uneasy one. I roving Italy. erned, I will inform him that I have none of wi see by the papers ,that we are tf

that month, tbe ercurjr], according to Fah.


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IsaveaNationsi! Flair in this rjty in May next. ble lesson of humilitv. Take care,or Pro'idencf in ing;; themselves of the advantage-here uttered then: evening-, proceeded from the same fire.- left (lor England, to procure more reinforce CU' .UOJ .

I think it a good i iA ea. his wisdom, may permit the honest, haid-htinded, Let our friends within the State see to it, that the of Commerce, 3d inst. I ments to carry on the war against the Anrrntines. T OvVNING'S COTTAGE Rl1C.eh.t'r' :(?.

motion in the) Senate to meet at an ear. humble democracy to raise such a storm in our little ret of our country shall complain that they neglect I The manly resistance which Rosa -L' \ large .

r Her hour tha.n2 'clock, failed by a 'ote of State, ere the present year dOJes,1 will forever purify or refuse to communicate what knowledge they From the Baltimore Sun, 4th, intt. has made (to the combined>forces of Franc lutiou McCauley's, Guizof MisolUnirs., History of(Civilisation.1o' Eigli.h I,i Rv..

t' 31 to 13. the political atmosphere from the foul taint of 1 have of Florida which tnay be interesting or) useful Passage of the Sub-Treasury BUI. I I and England, has shown them that they are Poem, translated by H. F. Cars. Twins by Oliver. 'S

I for canal boats has been i By Conressionallencr it will be anticipa I Ii \\endell Holnt-s, Knowlson's Horse Dvctor.
A new propellc self-guffiriency and arrogance, and in future cperati our not to have to easy a victory as they Complete -

invented, and is i njow being exhibited in the a wholesome lesson to the ounglings whiggery I Very Suxpieioiu. somewhat notorious that the Sub-Treasury Hill! was yesterday i ted. I II II \anke. Sonn. by Judge 11-Iib.irlon. ThrGuardsmen '

capital varn.l'eehawken. Or cotemporary would do well to rewrite c hs arti.cle -. lady Las been arrested in Rochester, and ed in the House of Representatives by a I leanPicayurscJsck, Dum.Malcom'ahngTbeLle.d Pickings from the New Or-

C it on the Hudson, a most and take a more common sense view of the es among the many stolen articles found with of 126 to 67. Its main provisions are a I I NEW HAMPSHIRE ELECIO .-The antislavery by Wm Carleton Adventures ( French Uriitlrman.The Box r-
t'P delightful landscap by Cranch, is to be seeiTest's cellent and popular work, the title to which her, was a shirt marked *4 Lou Clark." How lows: councillor" chosen in Cheshire county, Mother,by T.S.Arthur.The Olph Wrtck- _

in the Rotunda. celebrated painting, the article to whIch we allude. We commend held the II the deuce came 11t by that article of ward Section 5. Provides for the appointment N. H., received the entire whiff role, and hielection era. COU:1 Ilinlon, The Incognito,Count Juhm.by
I t robe ? Will friend Lott Clark of the Assembly secured only by his being the Simms GMV Rivers, bv do. do.. Quern i>f Drr.tnirk. .
our was
*4 Christ Healing t e Sick, is also being ex. editor a careful perusal of the book entitled, .Pur. receivers-general, to hold their offices f for by Mri. Gore, Sibyl's Book ;,f File.

hibited in this city. suit ol Knowledge under Difficulties-its Pleasure please inform us. Let a select committee term of four years, in the city of New York candidate of both parties. In this county, of NEW music.

3 be sent at once to Rochester.-Alban Boston, and the of St. Louis. Cheshire Henry Clay received for President
and Rewards," i.c, &r., l bv in city
: Harper Brothers A of for Piaoo Forte
great variety pieces Swng.
-- & _
\ I Knickerbocker, 2353 votes Polk 2070, Birney 374 : majority
e ( ) Sec. 6. Provides that receiving officers 1
Waltzes Dances
: ir.
volumec He will
two then be better and
a a wisei 1
THE FLOBJDIAN and Can the St Augustine Herald give us any light on customs and of lands, and all postmasters over all for the whig pro-slavery" candidate COOKS.
man ; it will plainly appear that its teaching! SCIOOL __ _
---- this subject ? Our Devil says he would like the select certain named exceptions, sbal keep the 01 hundred and fourteen. But the abolition Arnold's Latin Book, first and second .
---- werenecessarj: to himself and to the great and learned Iri. 'I
, "LET CS ALONE. W. POT. U. S. committee to inquire, whether there was an;, ney paid in to them, using it, till ists now held the balance of power, and Ant bun's Greek Lessons Anabavs of Zeno|
if Life and Trust money found wrapt up in the shirt. sam is ordered to be transferred or be such was the desperation of the whigs that in Splendid( Fire Screens. Green PJ ff>r Wit'd* T 0 _

Saturday April II, IS-I6. a county that has been proudly and uniformlj Curtains:, &.c., &.C., just pr Brig N. G. r
1lltr)election.' For the Floui'Jiai.Cultivating out.Sec. democratic National and C.ljlf. and for sale bv 'V ___
-- '- tu ____
9. Provides that all receivers of opposed every
Monday last, election took place throughoutthe ; Ij. 57 P. A. HAYWARD
'1r. Ha ueaii'a Speech. O a Flowers.It within the of Columbia State administration since the formation of the lril-I 1
State, under our new The result It money Dstrict
"ty, On oar first and sec nd paces w,ibe\ found an csof not as sufficiently known Iilitialw.to auth<'rize us to staff has been well observed, lithe admiration whenever directed I by the Secretary of Government, they kissed the foot of a faction CIGARS.

y.I I tract from the speech Mr. HAKxrctN, delivered who are elected-at least with few exceptions.- of the beautiful things of nature has a (tendency Treasury, or Post Master General, pay ( which they affected to despise.-Boston Press r _

Ii in the U. S. Senate t the ICth Februan. on the to soflen and refine the character, the received by them into the Tr a 4. Iso-vt. JUST RECEIVED PER BRIG N. G. I5OURNE.wV .
Wet of the WILLIAM U A ILLY, 01JdffroI. money ;
i Oregon question. Th extract it confined to a vindication i is without SU\annl'doubt CoI elected Major-General of culture of them has a still more powerful rind and that al receivers of public} money F.mSr quality Justu SI' rnir. t _

enduring influence" It takes the form of $30 UE\rAltU.---- / /,VLvClears, _
S of the Amer can title, as contended for by araffection. where the received r
the First Division, by' a large majority The vote pay money by '4 RUNAWAY subsriber iJ&J .vaua Cigar*,of t.e fslkwiisgcMice!
the ultra Oregon me i. It must conceded that The seed which we have town to the at least as often frm brands l -
in several counties for Major-General. onh! n.chers.tenerl east of Tallahassee on the msht of the 2d :
the American claim, s put forth by' Mr. H., look of which however have received Iutia, the bud which we have nursed, the tree of! once a _J.inst..a nerro man TO)!. tire feet,live inches W'aahintrn La Nerma's. !
returns been i reported -
.t decidedly better to th t portion in dispute north of our planting, are to us> as living, loving friends Sec. 10. Provides for the transfer of a half high ; hsht complexion, and an intelli J. Corrill's Panatehs, .C

49=" than that which Mr. II.says Great nlitaio sets a follow : In proportion to the care which we bestow public money upon the order of the pent countenance. a peaked forehead, with a sealextending \.. U"la... -
Camp. the to the root of his .d. .
between eve-brows r.ai
" up. Mr. H. i. an ab e Senator-one of the mospeaker Bairy lr/lmt. upon them is the warmth of'our regard.- of the Treasury.Sec. Danlt. t:
Cadelen, 203 17 about ttirtv earso1,1. Iculapliu
and effective in the United States They are also gentle and persuasive teachersof 15. Makes it the of the nlw ; Calaes. 1 _
eloquent Jackson, 57 t duty The above reward will be given to any person: apprehending !
e Senate, than which a ore enlightened and dignified Franklin, 97 : G2 I His goodness, who causeth the rain to descend oftbe Treasury, with as much promptitude said slave Tom, on the delivery of the Panetela

I body is not to be fou in any other quarter of the Calhoun, 8 0 u upon the goo and the bad who forgetsnot I the convenience of the public business and Sme to me at my plantation. L.* Jo'a. Napoleon 1 S

S Leon and Walml0. 127 10 iSO the tender the snows and ire of I safety of the public funds will permit, to CHAS-L. POWELL ,. I.f :
globe. J ron, 17' 1 Ii April 'l Z';. 3s R.II. i
1 winter but forth the hidden 1 ,
bringeth root
Jf 'Iadison, 5 long draw the balances remaining with the 11 I.icero, t

11 The [illtU Law. Hamilton. 10 15 1 from the eye of man, with vernal splendor depositories.Sec. Sale fret Monday in May, 1346.BV Coroni, .

.. We published twoceks i since a communication: -t or autumnal foliage. The i proximitv' of 17. Directs tie manner in which ( virtue of three writs fieri facias, issued fr, as Lafayette Pre; *d. of the Wj

1. on the subject of the a ihtia law, which from a com b5U 372 375 flowers to the dwelling, and the care and culture bowks shall be kept, &c., and provides that the Clerk's oflke of C Circuit Court for the -1 of and the"m above be Cigirs soil at are the( 1araltr I"wc by ":

1. munication in another column of our paper, to day, For Brigadier General of the Second Brigade, the necessary to their preservation, has been loaning of the public money or conversion County of Leon, Middle Circuit of Florida,whtreir Iluiil.\April, IMS. 37 P. A. HAl pra WARD, 2

10 seems to hare given eat offence to some of the result is doubtful, but partial returns having been received pronounced by medical men a salutary to to private use, an Asa Munson, Jesse Atkinson and Mary Chandler are _-n_____ -- .
.halll adjudged plaintiffs, and Gevrite Proctor is defendant. I hue .
'1 members of the comm ttee of the Senate, who reported In Gad:den county. the vote stands fur Allison health, as it certainly does promote cheerful. ment of such money, is declared to I levied Upon,and will expos for sale before the Court A. List. ofLetteis -'

1 the bill. Whil ; we regret the personalitiesin 2t>>, Hunter 151Scott 21, Walker 3In Leon ness of bpirits, and iL concomitant good humor -I a l felony, punishable: on conviction, by House door, in the city ofTalahace.s.n( Iond,, REMA'NING: in the rPt Ut'C at lalbh. .O :

11 the communication we do not think a defence and Wakulla, Allison I'fi, Hunter 1-TJ, Scott (j.1 and affection among the household.Were .- ouiiicnt for not less than six months, nor I the fourth day of May next, within legal hours, the 1M t-

1. necessary from us. as te presume that Scott," as Walker t9.S In Jefferson, Allnon 17, Hunter 5i' I called on to select a happy family. 1 I than ten years, and ii, fine equal to (the following Lot No.described ifJ-2, in the property north addition to wit : of the city of AndersonThomasht Hand.J. 4 i)
blows, John I R t
4 well as that respectab portion of our fellow-citizens Scott ISaIn Madison, Allison 41, Hunter 1, Sot: should certainly expect to find it in that house, of money embezzled. Lot No. 'Z*>.4. in the neinal plan Ash, Charles C H Ilerrwgtors.
Talahas1. AMen, Joseph al..ulrI
alluded to, are p rfectly.competent to the task 62, Walker 27. In Hamilton, Allison 14, Scott 4", I surrounded by well cultivated flower, and swell ; 19. Provides that after the thirtieth Iheef, ad Lots Nos. 30 and ;,in the S i of county Aliens, B Irwin, Mrs : -

11g: should they wish to d so. Walker 14. The returns are incomplete in each of I stocked: garden. Contentment, :independence of June, 1-40. one.third of all duties, ; quarter. Armsted, James P J"rew, Floyd P

" So far as the comm ucation alludes to usthe gen. thei-e counties. Thus far-Allison 517, Hunter :'l.Vi: ,, I and cheerfulness,alwajs associate the-m sales of public lands, debts, and sums of Lev be.'ird upon a,the said property writs of of fieri said defendant tacias.A. ,and Arnett Jonas I-' Johnson Y 5..
to sold to .1Addivn
f\ Jordon,Marcrllus
.t- tleman: is partially rig t and partially wrong. redid Scot-SI, Walker 1 I selves in the mind of the traveller, as being# ney, accruing or becoming due to the L s.l A, FISHER, Sheriff, Ad'lerson.. Wni John 3 Johnson, Alfred C 2J

at approve of many t art ions of the new law; buns For Colonel of the Sixth Reciment, (ompOr of : dwellers amid such beautiful scenes. Hut States, shall be collected in I the legal March 31, I"I P-y! J. U*. SmRwoDI S. Bond, James T Johnson, Win N .,h

ate there were other porti to VPV hich we objected, and< the counties of Leon and Wakulla, the editor ot this i the contrary, the stranger, on seeing a slater I of the United States: and from and after Brown, Mrs MA Johnson, Irwin F W ., a
one of our objections as that we believed the svs. paper has been re-elected. The vote stands, as far house yard and garden without any these littlenecessaries i thirtieth of June l' 17, one other third Sale first Monday!in May, Brown.. J ISUron 4 Johnson, Miss M I A C 4
Y virtue of a writ lien (facias Jssued from II Jones, I" S F ,
t Isaac
<" n,
II tern of court martial i perfect, and so far as fines for a beard from, Sibley 270, McBribe 140. For this :I both to comfort and taste, is impressed I shal be collected in such currency : and the Clerk's ofEce of the late Superior Court for Baker,>Col Jchn 2 J of don,Geo WKiy.Micagtr f .

defaulters at raurters s ere concerned, w ould almos renewed mark confidence from his fellow-citizens, immediately with the belief that here thirtieth of June, 1:b, the the County of Leon Middle District of Florida,, Butier, Mrs Sarah C 2 -

:). entirely destroy the ewe ire object ofthe law. In fact the editor makes his best J. W. Sherwood dwells either ignorance, or indolence or intern- one-third par shall be so collected ; antI wherein G'Wgtt U', Call for the use ',1. iic., is plaintifT. Baker. Jonathan Kain Wm 2 !

rnnlt we would favorably impress the and after the last mentioned all and William Choice, Administrator is defendant Burges, B 3 Kit, J.mt S -
remarked at the ti ic, that in our opinion, this was Lieutenant Colonel without opposition. jierance. I I day.
r.r. dete health and I hali.t l upon, and will expose for sale, Blak, Di Robert W KiteJamesBrantlev
provision destroyed th bill. Not perhaps because T. .Latham, Major.We passing stranger-if we covet happiness int-nts of government dues, or of lo bet.retlie Court-house door in the city of Tallaha* H r Leslie John C ., 4.

r.a1 Court Martials might be held under a spcadin, understand that John Irskinf: is elected Colonel : .aj home"-Il't all cultivate flowers i shall be in gold and silver only. I' see.on AI.ndJ", the fourth day ef May, next, within, Brunt, Mi" Ellen Lipsci/mb" las T .1. '

oak" or .* pine;" but "or the reason that the loci of the Fifth Regiment, composed of the Ilitiaof .! The theory is fully proven, that health is pro.moled I Sec. SJO. Directs all payments (('Sodsby legal Illur:, following described property, to Lloxam, Wm L.enJ.r. LIIo C '

:). time which might ela se between the fine accruing; the county t>f Gibson, Lieut. Colonel, by horiculurt, by the placid countenances -; (r officer or agent of the government, wit : Crigham, Emerald I.lhn. \CLoy '
Gadsen >
E LawrenceVro
) t 2..T.hi.2,
of it relaxation (iron Tht'WiofS.W. JofS. r& Belamy Janary
r. use as a last mentioned be in
and its collection, wouId in many instances proven and John-on, Major. prio to gulti Levied upon a the property of said de.enJal,and Bullock Alfnd J 'd, ic.ol. t
the excitement business the exhaustion
7 any collection at all. We may: have discovered Frcni Jefferson we learn that our spirited young or ; silver 0:11) to sold to satiafv sod writ of fieri tacias. Baum Nathaniel 1.:1 ersage,

18 ., new lights," as to po 8 works of Nature, are of jx culiar value in the by of the officers ) of the March31, Ib4 part/cutar. agents
but not in this As to the odium Scott the Militia composed of that county by a handsome any George :
e The restlessness and din of the Brow*rd, Cot J.hn 2 MiUer, "
has heaped upon all "> ho were" concerned either in majority. We have not heard who art the other of- present age. eminent other than an exchange gold Sale first Monday in May, 1946. Blunt, Josvi'h; Merck,T

-.d making or passing the flaw," we have never jet discovered ficers electe. rail.road principle which pervades ib opera. silver ; and directs every disbursing virtue ofa wn' of Fieri Facias issued from the Henj min. Toma' Hon D G
.1- tions, and the spirit of accumulation which when the means for his disbursement are BY Mi Marshal J"hnW iiI
it. If our lighlv respected friend, the< Clerk'b office of the late Superior Court for the Bacon Emly ,
10 Florida. threatens to sensibility, are modified tii&iiud him in currency legally receivable of Middle District ot Honda, wherein Brown Miss Margaret Mcclray, Jot.nBat.
Senator from Hamillon, expected the first draft corroe'en' I county Ln Col D
1& We occasionally receive communications from our by tweet friendship of'the quiet make his payments received f for the drafts Ellen: (V. is and Georze Proctor and Mrs Susau Mays,
cl) a law of so much i ijitricacy and difficulty to be :a \a'B r.linlif My nek, John, srMcVcv
.. friends in different sections of the State, descriptive plants. The toil, the hurry. the speculation,, nished, unless he can, in cither case. William (-fT defendalt ,I have levied upon,, Genjain. jua Daniel I
perfect and correct on< it is more than we anticipated and for sale,before Court-house door, Cut Wm -
ty of its soil, climate, product ions and resourcess1iich the sudden reverse, which mark our 0\1 the means in his hands for gold and silver wil eXpe : the t fourth Carter: Robert E McMilLen. Neil y.
; but we calculated that its defects would be discovered in !' e on Mond.iy day '
and the it gives us teat pleasure to publish. We want information times, renderb it peculiarly salutary t for us to of May next, within l It-pal hours, the following described Case,Jason. Miller. John 3McCall. I
remt'dl LeI
applied by succeeding :; of this kind to send abroad. We want those heed the admonition of our Savior, and take par.Sec.. 2' Makes it the duty of the property, to wit : Craig, J GCarmichael A N :

1&.n latures. And we know $>f no better plants bring such of our fellow-citizens in other States, who are looking instruction from the lillies of the field. He ry of the Treasury to issue and publish Lot No. 244., in the original plan of the city of, Wm Moors McRor, KidderCosington. James H
matters before the peoj*le, and to have proper correc- Tallahassee. A No, Lots No. 30, and 3C, in"th Cushing,John ,
to some fresh country' for new homes, to b advised who makes two blades of grass grow whereonl lations to enforce the speedy presentation 3 Tri"tra Mays, Dr. RhjgdenElv'v. \
1du lions made, than aud full discussion of the south of the quarter.
a :
: county
free hal
of the advantages which are to be enjoyed here. one previously grew, i is universally admitted al government drafts and prescribe the upon as the property of said defendants, Cook/Miss Mary J NoahNisrhtinsale oCromaSblh'i"l

in subject in the public p mts. Our young State needs population-industrious. hardy to be a benefactor ; and I assert such which all drafts "haJ be presented for and.to be sold to satisfv said writs of fieri facias. N H BNeville 2 {.
It is impossible to ki ow the effect*of new nicas A. FISHER, Sheriff. Creinbie, David: ,G N
for the A
he who beautifies
sa : intelligent and enterprising citizen : and, suchis also is a garden ment ; and to guard as far as may be, NaUllr. FeterChristian
ore, applied to a new state of tnings, in commu- the March 13, 1M<*., I5y J, W. SHEHWCOD, I). SAT ?, Cannon, Wm ]
of the He instills into
16So any community. those drafts thrown into Wm R
the character of our countrymen, we will not be eye being or J R

nity. The militia lav's of South Carolina operate lone in getting such a population, if the inducements bosom of the man of the world, gentle lation a! a paper currency u'e or medium of h&I HOPXBM5 J & R3SQJMJ3J3S, Carnochan, Dr John Odl. C B "
11 well in that State,and *'e have frequently it remake which do good, like administered Chairs, Green A Mrs. Caroline L
'lear thoughts, .
to immigration, which actually exist, and are wise change.Sec. 1 THE PIICEXIX liUILDI.VGS, Ptnder, '
d. and we believe correctly too, that a better i medicine. He invalid,, Chairs, Furman 1
the salaries of the
f numerous, are fairly spread before the world.- 24. A RE now receivins additions to their already: large; Dixen, Horatio Prevail. Pr*:Iy J ;.
organized militia canndt b found in any Stale in the We therefore invite a continuance of these favors and makes the eye of the child brighten with general, &c. The receiver general at JTi.1 stock of Finiry'and StapDry Goods,among Dorge, Henry Haln. I'ket Aaron B ;,

se Union than in South arolina. But we agree wit! from our friends is our ardent desire to do evc- increased happiness. He furnishes pure uli. York is to I be paid $ 1,000() per annum ; which mal be found every variety ot material for Devane. Cornelius. L, RT F

the honorable Senator,Ithat for the ery reaon. he I the of I ment for that taste which refines character, Charleston 82oOO and at St Louis S Ladies Dresses: of latest: Sprin fashion. Also, Bonnets Durden. Henry l'Ulm", :. Jane C 4-
thing our to promote [ ) : t.
cry power prosperity artificial Flowers, and Tho J
and ,
1.IC Ribbons, Ldic D K Parsons
the the time
entire at and This Dodge
! present taste
gives multiplies simple pleasures.
systerxjwouldnot I
Fionda, under the new organization of her gorI &c. Gents Gloves, Boots and Shoes, Gent Summer. IIat, Simeon Patterson, Jennet \
is operate so favorably be e. And j et we are pleased to 1 also promotes industry, and is peculiarly farorablc of Groceries and Hardware, Del L
ment ; and we think our fri tee the basis of the South Carolina law, adopted by; in that object, and at the same time add largely to to simplicity and virtue. The Mlbi, he Iks, or hiushs of India. Parbur. Kockini?.Oflice and Children's Chairs B- Dulariry,Charles F 3 Began, Richard

11e our it is a foundation which can steads and Feather*, and Northern Ferkiu Davis, Elias Ryan, J
Legislature upon Praise to the sturdy spade of the f nrloJ
SV. their individual.prosperity and social comfort,if they : In our summary foreign news Also, three Northern made leather top Buggies, Dozier, master Albert G Ru sel.)
reared eqbal that of other :
structure to States,
b a 1 will, by their writings, proclaim the excellency of And patient plough, and shepherd's simple crook, Saturday, was an abrighted account of a with harness to match, wi be sold cheap. Everet, Miles Kohtchtill. John l

11 assimilated to the necessities and condition of our the land of their choice-not by blind and indiscnm- And let the light mechanic's tool be hsilsdW'ith battle in India between the Seiks and Six Thousand 1 Uuio Hank: liabilities, Emmet, Mrs C Suiivan, Miss Mary

10t. citizens, and can be made efficient and practical!; mate praise, but by' true description arid report of honor, which tnc:'.infl I I y the |*>\ver British (troops, on the 2Ist and 2d! of will be disposed of cheap, it applied for soon. Evans: Miss,Mary Ann Stock ten, 1 P
4, lS4'- 37 U Shoes, Mariah
t.i. useful a we progress iq a more dense and permanent such matters a arc familiar. to observation and ex Of long compamonslJi the laborer's hand. cumber last. In one of our exchanges April | C Freeman\lea, Wm, Wm B Simms, Dr. Wm .1 .t

i.Id settlement of the cUltr. perience. Cuts off ,\' all its world of nerves find the following interesting account of I NEW SPRING GOODS rude, L S Sieiaart, Miss Frances J J.

We should Dot bl\'e the day of small In the meantime, we urge those who are disposedto From a to busy commerce with the heart." [Il'ople : Forehand, James Shuler, Nathaniel :M '

::- \hincs," and if a thorou;h and efficient organization Seiks, numbering nearly twenty J. R. 1'ORTUNC Fountain, Mr Stilhnl. DC.
chance their homesteads, from a worn out soil to L S-rs.
:n of the militia cannot be had under the present law, lions of souls, weie governed by now receiving per brig; Kepublit, and daily es. Faircloth,Allen J \
richness and '
one which ha all the freshness, productiveness : IS Isaac Shine Mrs. Sarah
: in every section of the Sate; it may in some section: For tIl'Flvrvhan of indejiendent States, presided over II peeling per brig I'econic from New York,a large Ferguson wood L
the recions in C Lionel Small Joseph
.eI of most fa\'oro our country ) and well selected assortment of FANCY AND STAPLE fetcher, "
effected, For our ovtn safety and security this from the of a whose residence at Smithson. James T r
b Impressions ) Sovereign was and Sum- JamwH
II to come, examine and judze for themselves as Paraphrased D'lnr DRY GOODS suitable fur the Spring Falev
effort should b vigorous! attempted,throughout the< to the character and capacities of Florid No man: Drunkard. the capital of the Pimjaub. Their reli mer trade, consisting: in part of the f lowing : Floyd, Cot Robert :Satlerwhite John, Penelej

3. State. who .Ix> t lost I know forever lost- a mixture Mahomodanism and Fancy Prints, Paris: Shad Kube-s, Freeman, G W Stephens. f
desired fur residence us M CTaylor
is to come a among Fisher, C Trice, nor
). I To me no of hope can ; teaching the unity of one invisible White Linen Dri, 'French Barepes, 1 W W ..
the ray cOle Go ,
Encourage .he FIne Arts. t.a not previously visited country, to satisfy Satin Ford, S R
1tIe My fate is sealed,my doom is fixed- the equality of all believers in nrwl" stripe Felkin.Wrn Tsmmadge. John 2 :
An opportunity u offefed our citizens through P. himself of its suitableness for him and his family. We Figured Bansl}. Graduated Robes,
e But me will have rum distinction of caste or color. Nanek [ ? Flowers, John L Thompson, Flirt
A. Hayward, Esq, of contributing their mite to would rather have a sparse than a discontented pop give rr-I I Cottonades, .Lama" Griffin, John F Thornton B G

this most desirablr object, wella.i to benefit ulation. But we do not fear either alternative. TeSt .Oh, Doctor! don't you see him there ? Nanac] Shah, the founder of their sect, j York :Mixtures, Wh't Mulia"Gambroon Godfrey, Mrs Nancy Thomas, Henry
e wads a LahiorsA.. I). 1469. Nankin, Fancy, Blonde and Herns- l
themselves by securing i valuable CD a\in.and an te is already fast filling sip with useful and honest In that dark corner, there he sits: born at I\'ing I J mi Scarf*, Gramker[ John F Timans. Richard IiGrahamAlexander
all the Asiatic WmThompson
elled Coton" ,
those who will constitute See bow he twists his fiery tongue, through Taggart
Iee opportunity the sameltime of securing something men- ultimately a t Rich Satin stripe Dare
Mrs. E C
: a with the various I Ciadsden,Octaviou
more in painting oi h gh value Each subscription large portion of the bone and sinew of the land And at me burning biimstone- spits! ing acquainted religious Light Plaid Gingham j Scarfs, Germany: Eleaner Tindall, J A fConeker.
he returned home and became a Dress ,
terns, I
Earlstoa !
3'a of five dollars, constitutes a member of the American when others who are now banging a et'SlICf .Go, chase him out-look, here he Com j Rich French Caps ,, John F Thomas, Wm 1
hook and out Cout
-wrote a gave a new \ I !(olan Vinzant, Wm.Washmzton .
Art-Union, located in New Ycl, for one year,, upon the country', will give pUce to successors who Now on my bed he wants to stay !- la Joe Smith the Mormon. Irish Linens, > fancy Silk ;, Gerard, Mrs Col.
lion t
a laskms.
1a and each member u ent tied to all its privileges. will invigorate and strengthen the body politic, and He shan't be there-Oh God oh God and Nanek this Damask Linen Napkins, Shaded trmse Polka cord, ,James HardyjofT A Well. 'J B
signifies i disciples, gave Mits,
of the states that thc aid to de"tlopt the now almost dormant riches of the Go 1 RO way Towels, :Egyptian Jane Wall H ;
Tle prospectus Society way go way to his followers. Arjun, Nanek's I L. C. hkfs (emb. super.) Sleeve and ivaict cirdles, Hall, Mrs WI
thus obtained ipplied (after expenses State, which the hon ler |portion of our people ha'eben Alexander Wallis, B F i
,. money n necessary < .Oh, chain him fast-oh, tie him down! published his master's writings and Cambrics and Jaconetts, ''Ladie white and colored trtm.
) first to the production from an America] heretofore kept from doing, by reposing too I kid Gloves Howard, Amissa Woodward, A L '
Ah he in his Grass Cloth, >
,0D PantD of a large and rostly original engravinc to< much confidence in the of those who were now ca.pi me arms the first religious hook of the sect, for Irish and thread ings.'Gents do. Havens, NMllutchens 2 Wright, Benj D !
b presented to the menlbtrs alone every member: schmf and Down, down the window-close it tight! t the Iahomedans put him to death. A Cambric and Muslin'(edg- 20 ps. rich Bonnet Ribings John Williams Joseph .
,. receiving a copy. Whenever the fund justify: it, a reputed wise and prudent. Ah, don't you hear my wild alarms ? Chief received and sheltered the little i and inserting: ) > bon, Hynes,Wm James Walton, Thomas ,t

extra Engraving or Ar i: also furnished troubles of various kinds, have prevented the rapid .Fire water help '-corns quickI'lI die pany of persecuted Sikhs, who were also Black Trimming Lace, |Fancy Cap, Hasting.Henry Wiiamsn., John Sarah
to every member. Second-to the purchase growth in wealth and which was naturally Rich Parxsolettes, 1" Mary fr. '
prosperity Inserting <
If Oh take of this bed ed lions] for their and Gimpem Fancy
of) PaLr uigs and Sculpture by native or resident Ar to be expected from the character of the coun me burning Singhs ( courage Printed Paris Lawn, A largu assortment of Holley, S Whittiu H B J
. lists distributed lot the- chokes-I cannot '. lived secluded in the I A R Williamson Jno R M
vlich are publicly by among The smoke, it cry : r) They very I t N S. $ulphicle Muslin < French Harvey
xnravrs at the Annual Meeting in December. try. These difficulties will not last a great while There now-he's catching at my head! tains, for about two centuries, unti13 I Plaid Swiss Mushli, Tine fowtl Hoyt, EbenezerHumphries Witreins Sarah J
The income of the Institution last year was more longer. Those who are here, and who have suffered when Nadir Shah returned in Ombre Eagle Eye Bnnets John G Woods: Wm
Perlia ; <
than $16. from to axnongthe men there he' through the glav : his Hourk Daniel \Vhite. Wm A
price $20 Look peeping D.
$5distribute from the burthens which they have, iu an hour, Ombre Bal arines, Neapolitan .
e\"i had B W
bert, each 'line Eugravmg Mark how his burning eye-balls flash !11dUfd.TIe a Leief Prak.l" *Padded Rutland Hair, Daniel *
of The Capture of Major Andre," after the imposed upon their industry)and property. They the Mormons, that they were to re-occupy Satin 'Rich Lace Herch, Jacob Williams Mrs. MaT Jane I
let him Mourning; <
1D picture to A- B. During, N A. will soon give their entire clergies to the improve How fierce he grins -Ol't pas the lands of their oppressors and this /Strip Sa'n Victoria emb" Harrison. Thomas Y ,ung, David D
The Afl'Union also contain a fine PictureGler stands his coach of fire! Persona calling for any of the above letter
There burning "
3.I rom ment of the soil and its productions; while those : or reasoning in the natural Broche figured mourning English Patterns I
or prophesy,
jdfiieh i always hung with Paintings, and please say they .adY'rl-d.
< He smiles and beckons me to come- I Muslin, Paris \'il
Ia &alwav,45en free of charee| who may) come into the State now will b unembar-: cif human events, was actually fulfilled. lCtim'd :ASl. P. M. f

The Engraving this year will be from the fine picture ., ras cd by the old state of things, and will add, in What are (Ieee words be'siten there : 17G'J they were nearly overthrown I, The above were selected by a gentleman ol decided April 4, IM'-.; 37 :
I assured that those who
a painted by E. Leftce, FA. of .Sir IValtnKalnfh : increasing population in the capital they may brine, In hell %'(never want for room !' Afghans, a Mahomedan nation of the ) and taste examine, and he, cannot rests do otherwise than award

at parting" with lf>u O the morning J and in the labor they are capable of performing, a One loud, one piercing shriek was heard. feet, hut their indomitable energy cal that credit. For Charleston. I
txecutitm, now engraving by Charles Burt, Lsq "
" 4 "business : large increase to the wealth of the State. We look One yell rang out upon the air; every obstacle. In 1803,their Singh or .He has also just received from New Oi leans:: ThIn fine hOJr JIET.UNTI..

Our citizens whose call them to Ness forward to better times,and we hope their approach One sound, and one alone came forth),- who firm e British Rich tmbr'd Canton Crapo Shawls,worth I, 6 1.her COOKTnaiMasterha, will soil with I n Itt des. t
\ nEagt-d.
fr York during the summer, could rw perhaps belli was aloft figured Linen Cambric for dressed, cargo ,
will hastened fresh of settlers. The victim died in wild despair of thousand For
employ their leisure hour than in the gallery 01 r b by supplies had an army one P.ut Lawns, patch for the aloe pott heightor
The inducements to a residence in Fionda are not men. At his death in 19H9: there wasa Embroidered Robes, passage, applv to :

,3S superb paintings atab to this institution. surpassed by those of any other country We can ST. ANDREW'S BAT. March 2fi, 1M6. gle for the throne, and since then the con Black Thread Mantilhs-worth *7;. MrNAUCIIT 4. ORMAN.Fa. 'I
March 2SJ646.1 35 3t
- The Sentinel has peered out another vial of hi I have all th luxuries of life which a tropical climate If any of my fellow men should take warn eracy has been torn by dissensions artfully All Long of Silk which O.he K.oflers Mitts on, (the new most style.reasonable) terms. "wpr

I.S bottled wrath upon the head of Snat YCLEE -. \'i j leld. Fruits of every variety, and of the most ing by the above lines, which I have tran cri. ected by emissaries of the British \" March 21,1S46. 35_ _ Administrator's hale. t

Why this In wha< has Mr. Y. R deeply offended ,. delicious quality maybe had in abundance; and bed from a newspaper, and neither touch, ment. The present nominal Sovereign BY virtue of an order of the Hon. Judge of Pro-

,.. I i Wa it because le had the modesty to avov r with a little careful cultivation, there is probably taste, or handle the unclean thing, that producel woman, and ally of England. In art SPRING & SUMMER GOODS. 20th of for Leon County imo.I sell will, on .onay. the t

'. the world which will them results then I shall feel the Seiks excelled by few. subscribers take in informing the day April. pro befof Cour
that he did not think himself the wisest in all th
.J land" and that intended qualify b;)r in greater quantity or of finer quality. All those myself bly compensted.Vi the Albany was shown in their late battles with the of Taloha.e and the .uroudin of the estate of Robert lumpbrie deceased
t hill that they by lat ar-
:1J study and reflection h for(more efficient service.to thPeople's
: with fewer exceptions than any other part of the Respectfully &c., artillery and the destruction of British Fashionable, and Dry And NW4ofS
. interests? Or was it because he dared thin I your Fancy Staple Gos. 2. R 2,N and Sold to satisfy the demands againstsaid
tb United States can boast, can b raised by every man HERMON MERCER by exploding mine which had been they will be constantly receiving York E T. Admr. ,
rebuke the Sentinel's t
"intentionally to party BICIE.
R '
and New Orleans (selected by the houses in the
hu own lands. Sugar-cane, Island Cotton, before their entrenchments. They frt lslarch2l,1t46.
'SI Peat whig of the Union ho have arrthemselves on S and attention 3
party -n ever the abovesplaces. with the greatest ,
and Cuba Tobacco, can most successfully cultivated THE ASTOR HOlE ON FIKE.-A little be. ed on the revolt of the natives in
p.teii to "all the talent and all the de b particularly for this market) all seasonable goods in Runaway in .nU.E .
1' CeT5y".ho insist that wisdom is alone to found! ,and these at this time pay a richer reward to fore 7 o'clock last evening fire was discover.ed army, hut only-one regiment(Bengal ) the above line. which they offer low for cash, at / tOMMITTED to Lean County,

b the planter for his labor and capital, than any other in the upper story of the Aster House, in refused to attack the Seiks for which their store in Tallahassee or Montirello. tb.alor, 21st.f March
nilgsrnatd with 1 the Sentinel'i V> on
vticle whifgery Truly I products of the soil. Who can deny the great advantage the pasg<-wny leading to the roof. Thestairs have probably suffered. The Seikh L a H. GREENBERG a CO. 1646,Flrid. man. aceil abont 3 years who
'.100 aflrd an apt cOment upon this .sup of living in such a country I With the necessaries and the door-wny were much burnt be. ries are now annexed to the British March 21. 184 "y' his name is JIM and bOI to Nose

by its party. hae been aware have, besides, the luxuries of life for the fire was discovered. Smoke forced Out of between sixty and eighty Line.FIFTY baton, Jefferson County, owner is
3I party had strong affinities t the well born" and 3 )'O the sheat and the field thousand BARRELS THOMASTON LIME,in to tome fnrwar prove property,sod tao
at door,and further still, you itself between copper ing the Siekis in thirty a.r' o rt"ete t*dealt with
haughty growing your very Icringto
aristocracy JEurope, their brethren in for sale by BARNARD. away ote" 1U
have the opportunity, in soil and climate, t cultivate roof coming out at the eaves the entire length ed to have perished in the batteries of March E 4t law.

. Principle the and arrogance', who assume to themselves I variety of profitable products. i even and breadth of the building, which gave it the 18th, 21st and 22nd December but.- 1.186. 3 J. W. SHEWOD. Jsilor. -
same attributes and ttonopoliiing qualities. .We every GI March 29,1M8-
hwt that farmer will before long, be able appearance of being completely on fire. British loss was 3,300. CLOTHING r 3
3I that people's voice,which has every A LARGE assortment of and SUMMER "' *
oondsd thought tb epte make his own bagging and The loss by fire i i. inconsiderable ; but the A. CLOTHING SPRIG -i-: JLaw> of Find& ;
b :
ti.in thunder tones,rejecting their What br-there, then, to keep Florida from Damage by water it is supposed will amount t LATH FKO)THE AaoKrmjrs acuc.A tc.just received, Al fo BO BT A FEW copies 'Pamphl!1..o nd.W

P N wouli have been a warning and i rope. a rich and i State? Let oar fried. 7 o$8OOO.I letter from Rio, dated the 20th instant, a. &H GREEBEG. CO. seisien; f sale-by r DO.T. -

1 te t such transgressors; but it .e. thsjlbey bn abroad to see to it paO too late in avail- 1 P. S.-The alarm given at J before 10 last tions that the Brsltea.m.ship Cyclops March 21, 184& Much 21. lS5. A \
J a n yet snfteiently chastened, to lear theTaJua. tat a no

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Tux CoHdor's Notice. Slate 1'nx. Collector's Sale. NEW BOOKS, .%C.
POCKET BOOK LOST. weeks after date, the undersigned will apply T>Y virtue of the power vested in me by law,I
T HAVE this day levied upon lots NOT. eight, nine, virtue of the power vested in me by law, I TTISTORY of Puritanism, by Tomas W. Coit D. SIX Probate for Leon County for letters D expose for sale, before the Court Howe shall
of door
J. and! ten and eleven, .Mc eil'lsur\"ey. containing LOST in Tallahassee. : ,on Friday evening the 13th BY shal expose for sale, before the Court House JLJL D., Fruits and Fruit Tree by A. the administration Judge on the estate of John Judge, the city of Tallahassee, county of Leon, 'j i
W. J. of
t a sized red morocco POCKETBOOK County of Hamilton J. Christmas Holidays in Rome by
sixteen hundred acres of Und, more or less,lying between smal door, in ton Jasper Dwaing. .
Comfort with somewhat worn. The boo Kip Paul Jones, by Alexander Slidell Mackenzie late of sad county, deceased.EDWARD On tliefirt Monday next
Little Riveran.1 Rocky and to be sold strap first in Sejitembfr BRADFORD, i Au ,
containei' in hank bills, of the denomination of TIl 'lody ne.z PracticalAstronomerby Thos. Dick,
y4 >
before the Court Hou e door, in the town Quincy, Te RICH. H. BRADFORD. the following property or 8 muh thereof will
liEs and 5' note Jesse Cue, for the following property, or so much thereof as will Wilson on Healthy Skin, Tax due a
CI" the first Monday in July, Ib40, for the County :; one on MJJ. $0 6w pay the State on the same for the year 1545..
taxes due Gadsden County for the year eighteen hundred dated about the tirst day of Dtctnlbr, and pay the State and County taxes due on the same fur The lile of Frederic Shier,by Thos. Carlyle March 14,1S46. 34 W J. N W4SlS.T2R2Nfl4E.adjoin

and forty-five(1,$t5)) and costs.by the claimants the first of Ftbruary ; one signed by Wesley the j'ear l45: Wiley and Putnam's Library No. 2, Poe's Tales, Administrator's Notice. lands belonging to Col. R. W. Williams, owner ig
of For & Purcha-Wj the propert* of the Apilachi Kyle as administrator on the estate of Jas. C. Evans, The S EI ot Sec 33, and the E! J of the N E i of Citizen of Prague, by Mary Howitt, the und known. not

,_ cola Land Company. for S l's Vat due, credited with $ >), date not recollected Sc 33,and thmeentire section 31, and the W J of s Lady of Milan Newman's Essay on Developement, SIX months after date exhibit, to rigedwimake The E J, S E JS13NE lofNE4s24

JAMES A. MCMILLAN, ; one note on William Evans, lor $233, .>, and the E i Ilf I time S \4 of Sc 2G, all ol Fremont's Exploring Expedition, Masonic Chart hnal return and IOfNW4S24T2R2NandEWISW N

Q'lincv, Dec. 29, IS45. 21 Co. Tax Collector. date about the 10th of March, ll4r, |I'a\able on. de. R 1 N and E. The N E 4 of S and the N 1 of American Constiution Mis Leslie's Cookery), bate for Leon County a deceased administrator and ask on the for estateof discharge SlSNW4ofNW4Sl9.T2R3NandE.WI0fNWIS19.NW40fSW4S19T2k.I 4
: ; and containing other papers of no value S the N E 4 of So. T 1, H 12, N and E.,purporting Past and Pret'nt, Roderick Mclnnis, a

JOHN EIISUINE. any but the oWler. All persons are cautioned from to belong to the estate of Hector W. Braden. Splendid family Bibles at very low prices, a such administrator.MANNING Adm'r. 3NandE; SjofNEJS24T2, R 2, N I

ATTORNEY AT LAW trading fur any of the above notes, as the undersigned Also, the N W 4 of the S E 4 of S 7, T 1, R 14., Clerk's Assistant, Baptist Harmony JOHN 36m situated, lying and being about fifteen alE aortlil:

iulucy, Florida. will apply for a renewal ol the kdine. Nand E, purporting to belong to the estate of Mercer's Cluster, Buck's Theological Dictionary. March 14,1940. east of Tallahassee, on the road leading mie Bnraty'i

attend the Justices' Courts of Gadxde A liberal reward will be paid for the pocket boo Washington- Dunham. Shakapcare with forty engravings. Store or to the Miccosookie Lake,purporting J
WILL and this Also, the SE4ofS3lTlRn, purporting SCHOOL BOOKS, &c.Goodrich' CLOTHING CLOTHING 1A to |
the Circuit Court of Middle Florida, contents,on application *t Ollee.HOBERT long to estate Theophilns Hyman. b-
4 and the Court in the adjacent Counties of Georgia.November EVANS. belong to the estate of Benjamin Chaires.Als History U. States and Questions to do, LARGE assortment of SPRING and SUMMER 'he E I. N E4andSE4S25NW4NEJ

22, 1S45. IS tf March lI, 1S1C. .tl -It Sections t:and 35, juT I, R 12, Nand E., Parley's Common School Hstory.Parker's CLOTHING: Also. BOOTS, SHOES HATS, S36T3.R2NandEEhSEIS29w1
--- -- to Lelong to the estate of Thomas Liv- Exercises on ,just received and for sale by oj'qv
-(OO-):: Sentinel copy. _ _ _ 11hdle CI'cui of Florida. purporting nst- ton.Iso. Dalies' Algebra, Davies' Lengendre, & L. &H. GREENBERG &CO. nington i, S 30 purporting, T 3, R 3,to N and E.to,situated Lewis near Ma

SS'COMMISSION.Q mO SI.m1fl1 9 CIRCUIT COURT OF JEFFERSON COUNTY. :\ the W } of the N E 4 of S 31, Day's Algebra, Ainsworth's Latin i DiCionary. March 21, 1S46. 35 the Southern Life belong Trust ao4
The F. J of the S W 4 of S 33, I.veret's Latin Lexicon, King ley's Tacitus, ad Company.
1S4C. ; 4. S 10 N
MERCHANT Gold ; W IS15.T1.R1
The 1 i of the 1 F. 4 of S 31, ..essorms, Lvizac'" French Grammar, I.els. SandE '
.. No. 4, Front Levee, Christian Bless, ) The I of the E 4 "f S :31. Bolmar's es, Envelopes for Letters, received, per Brig Emeline, 2 dozen Wood the ; S17TlRJNandLexcept
ESEJ of said
NEW-ORLEANS, La. Cs.. > Petition to foreclose amortgage The N E of the S I 11 4 of S 33, Pcrft'ratf Paper, Coral Necklaces and Amulets JUST' No.1 Gold Pens, the best article manu W4S17T2R I. N and W ; also, E I.N

attend to BUYING, SELLING, RECEIV William defendant R Perry. ) TimeS W 4of timeS W 4 of S 27, al in T 2, R 13, &(, & : received per Brig Emeline, and for factured. For sale by 2, R I. N and W., adjoining the; ENW4S9T lands
and all belonging
WILL and FORWARDING, with .promptness TIl; persons interested are here X and E. .Also the E i of tll N 4, and the W sale by I). HAYWARD.. February 28, IS-tO. 3'J P. A. HAYWARD. Geo. T. Ward, Esq'r.,about five
notified that the IltitilJ in the above case N of S r. T Nand E. ; 32 mile south-east of
and despatch. I of the E 4 1 I. It 13. ,purporting February 2 'I) -
was this filed in the the Tallahassee,owner not known.
day office of Clerk the
of York 1 Broadway.
the JVcw
November 4, 1C45. 1r Circuit to belong to t'sfat. Hardy Bryant.Also Southern Ciy-Xo.li 1 of N W 4, of SS, in Tl R
for Jefferson Harmony. ,
Middle Circuit l.Nand
County TeE
Court the N W 4 of S 2", the W i'ot the N E 4 of S ,
Notice. Florida, are hereby to file their objec COPIES SOUTHERN HARMONY, just JAMES J. BIRGE 80 acres, near Lake Jackson,purporting to t;
rPluirt the X E 4 of the S W 4 of S 20, the S W 4 of theS 150 belong
person: indebted to the estate of Wilei lions,if any' thev have, ( ; law. Said mortgage W 4 of S 17, (the E i of the S W 4 of S 17, theS received and for sale by I1IBIA11 AIELI( Charles Williamson.TheNW4ofSW4S26E&SE1s.i5i

ALL( ,late of Jefferson County deceased, will is on the following ;property, to-wit: a certain W 4 of the S E 4 of S 17, all in T 1, Range 14, N NUT. 15. 1l5.. 17 P. A. HAYWARD. ta'ien the above store, between the CITY, /
in T 2 R 2, N and E,
tract of land the containing 120
and in
immediate to the flubsC"rihH. and or parcel ,lying being County Edmund B. Vass.S'EoftheSW4ofSIT1Rl3NandE.. HAS 36.10 urn.
make payment and E., purporting to belong to To the friends of the Insane. and FRANKLIN HOUSE where hu *
of Jefferson, and situated, lying and being about .
adjoining town Monticell
foorttl'n northeast
those! claims said estate, must present tlt I .,
having nnilE Directors of the Lunatic will hand choice selection of
Virginia Asylum a
the and keep on of Tallahassee, to
within the on South frontin road leading to !'al.flier's FRF.rCHAND purporting belong to the
them for to the Administrator < to the estate of Wm. J.
payment purporting belong JL n
Mils. at burg,would inform the public of the ENGLISH ,
Hill tate of Robert
ofreroe.lV. tvo ('ri) feet front, Wiliam CLOHS. Humphreys.Also
time required by l.iw.or they will be barred Dta"urinj eighty MILTON J. BRYAN,
} that by a recent law of the Legis INGS kc. He solicit continuance
two hundred South Suther a the following town lots Lot No.
from said
SIMKIXS. Sheriff, ( ) fft road amid : in the
SMITH .HO : and officw Tax Col. Co. 2
er receive insine of the of his Florida friends belie
Administrator.Jefferson adjoininiChristian Bless on the \%est.and known as Shf I. laturethey are empowered patients patronage ?- original plan of the city of Tallahassee, cf
and rx-offitio. 31 tm the lot on which Samuel C. Cratt lived in the February 2", *lli. :32 fimTax paying board, from other State. This is the oldesInstitution ing he will be enabled to give them the most entire lot No. 174 in the north"addition to the city of part Tal
February IMfi. year ------ --- - ----
--- ---County-- -- I Ib44. D-iU-d vJlth November, i'.i3.McCANTS of the kind in the Union, having been satisfaction.Aprils lahassee, also lot No. 76 in the south half of the
JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM: HAVANA SPENCER ColcCor's Sale. founded by the Colonial Government in 1760; andis. 1815. 37 county quarter of said city
& \'irfuuf the vested in me by law, I .from its location,best adapted for being -
power Sutherers. Also the lands to
J. 1C. FORTUNE, Solicitors for Petitioner.DoromW BY shal New, Extensive and dd purporting belong to the I Apalachicola
1 lI3. Company
2O 4m the
4)0 000 PRIME CIGARS boxes of 100 ____ __ M.di.ol County, Flond.1, on the from the enervating heat of the South. Its curative ASSORTMENT OF Leon, bounded North by the line of comfy of

? each Notice.- First Manila y in Xejtlcmlcr 1840, capacity i is of the highest order: nine out often LT LT ? @, ?b. West by the Ocklockny River, South by dearaion.
12 doz. bottles assorted SWEETMEATS: SIX months after date, I t-hill apply to the lion the following property or so much thereof as will cases recover received within the first six monthsof THE subscribers are now receiving a tine assart- of and East by the St. River county, and

20 lb!'. Spanish Cinnamon CHOCOLATE, able Judge of Probate lor JefK-P.OII County, for pay the State tax due on the same for the year IS 15, the disease. It is easy of access,as steamers daily of CLOTHS, C.SSlMERf.&. '"E- Waula.a part of .Forbes Mak

2 kegs OLIVES, Letters of di.mi.sion as Administrator of Joe viz: stop at a wharf not far from the Asylum. The modern INGS which they are prepared to maaufacure I Prhas.. J
l. dozen GAUVA JELLY. Walker, late of said county, deceased. treatment, the non-restraint system, i is in the most fashionable manner. 'Also,a large supply
The F| of the S E 4, and N E 4 of the S F 4 and upon Shff. and :r.. Tax-Col. L. C.
Februdn 14. I84G. 30 JESSE WALKER. the N .1.| purporting to belong to George Dennis 8ucce5sfuloperation. The apartments admit of classification BEADY MADE CLOTHING January 24, 1946. 27 c -6m
December. '27th, ISI: 23-<">m -taxes ,o cent of patients according to their date of mind, -
For Havana. -- ---- and also division of the classes of (made up by ourselves,)in the latest style,consisting
a complete
Range Townhip I, S E, purporting to belong society. Tax Collector's Notice.T .
("...t.!ailin ;packet Schooner Notice. to Samuel 1. anc," $2 The fare is excellent, and the board $.1 I per week. in part of
TilE ANT.MVR. S. Hubbard, :\Ia.'- SIX months alter dote, the undorWirnrd will pre ladh.-tn HXGFORD 10.TIOIAS We have neat Ut d-rom3. a parlor tastefully furnished Frock, Dress and Business Coats : J. HAVE of this land day levied upon the following lots or
,ter, will leave, about the 15th: of each hi" accounts and voucher to the Judge of T. C. M. C. with curtains,carpet,sofa centre-tableottomans. and Colored trat : north west half of the north'
Probate of Wakulla hjr ald ex officio Black Cloth Frock and Dress Coat, quarter, and the north east half of the
County, a Administrator the ,
i month, St. Marks and Apalachicola. > on February 14, 1S4< 3u Cm mirrors, books and a piano: airy verandahs for summer Cloaks and Overcoats,Tweed, Saxa Gotha west quarter Section nor
J. R. FORTUNE, estate of M C. Robertson, and apply for letters of enclosure for twenty-one. Township thre.
For passage oily, apply to retreats ; an extnsi'e evening and Beaver Bus.Coats. SurtouU.
three containing one hundred and
H"iM"" ". dismission from the said estate. Range acres
14. IM* rambles for and evening rides six
February ; a carriage morning ;
JOHN P. HUXGERFOI D, Land for Sale. furnished with books and Plain and Fancy Vest, of land, more or lets,and to be sold bfor C01rt
a reading room
Just Kecelved by J. It. Fortune, In Mrlu of ordvr and decree of the Hon. T. newspa. House door, in the town of Quincy Monday
right of his wife, M. A. Hun frford. BY an and moreover various means of amusement.A .- Black and figured Satin, Silk Cashmere, Valencia, frt
'J BBLS. PRIME LARD, December 13, 1't: 23 r.mHAS Chace,Judge of Probate for Jefferson, County, I pers Chaplain; resides in the building and preaches to and Silk Vele. in July, 1946, for the County taxes Ge
....s5kei s" 4. directed to us as Commissioners, we will ofler at County for the year 1543, 1944 and 1345 and costs,
i. L.: @ V the patients every Sabbath. Letters inquiry shouldbe i PANTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
sale the Court House in property of Malcom
10 bbls yellow Irish PotatO's.Much public at the town of Mon directed to Dr. JOHN M. GALT, Physician and Gilhrist.
commenced the practice of Medicine in its icello, the 20th the ALSO-A VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT OF MCMILLAN
21, 1S4G. 3": on Monday, April, tract of lam of the Williams- JAME ,
(. > branches, in the city of Tallahassee and lately owned by Jeremiah Bentley,deC"easf consist.ing Superintendent burg, Virginia. Easter Asylum Cotton&. Linen Shirts, Cotton, Nett, MeHno, Quincy, Dec. 29, 2- Co. Tax Collector.Administrator's .

Co-Partitersisip. its \icinit\ Residence at the City Hotel. of the following parcels, viz: Eat N W 4, March 14, 1l0. 31 eowl0w Collars, Canton
) undersigned,having this day associated them. April 4', ...Hi. 2t* and Eof S W 4, Sec 3T3R.t(, Nand E; W 6 Stocks, ad Lamb-wol. and Notice.

THE together under the firm of STARR- -- N W 4S30T3, R-lNandE; and E J NE4S WILLIAM H. WARD Cravats, JeansUndershirtsandGloves SIX months after date, I wi apply to the Honor-

LLOYO and FLAGG, 'il continue the mercantile Dr. JXO. G. GAMBLE, Jr., 25, T :'t, R :3 t, N and E.,containing in all Three Hundred Drawers, Judge of Probates Leon county for letters -

business at the Store formerly occupied by W. F. OFFERS Ins Professional Services tothe citizens and Tw enty Acres. Terms of sale : On a credit ATTORNEY AT LAW AND GENERAL AGENT, Hand'chiefs silk, cambric Half Hose, of dismission a administrator of the estate ol

Lloyd, where they will be pleased to see their former -! and its \'icinit) until the first day of December next, except so City of "Washington It. C. &c. Hat. and Caps, Joshua Sills, late of said County,deceased.

customers. M. STARR, Nov. IS, 1-543.- n |fATTORNEY much as may be necessary to pay the costs of Court Boots and Shoes, &.c. SOLOMON SILLS, Adm'r.
T> ESPECTFULLY that he will attend Suspenders
-- announces 7, 1846. 296m.
W. F. LLOYD, - - -- charges of Commissioners i and advertising.JNO. February I
February 15, ISI Ii. 31 }. H. FLAGG. ] ; 1 n N. PARTRIDGE J.X to the prosecution of Claims before the severalEecutmve Every requisite to a Ctnttman's Wardrobecan ---
9 of the Government, and NEW BOOKS, &c.TT"OWNSEND'S .
AND AT LAW F. P. MILLER, be found at their on the most reasonable i
AdministrateS Sale.ON COUS"lLOH March 21, !IMri. V Is Commissionm.Administrator' claims against the United States for Lands or Money, ] terms. Our stock be replenished by the Bible arranged in htorca ad '
I Ja!pr Hamilton County, Florida. : to the settlement of Public Accounts, to claims be. wi JL chronological order in 2 vol,.
I MONDAY,the sixth day of April next, wi November 2 J!, I 1"I arrival of almost every from New York, during ot., J
ofer for sale, at Monticeflo, Jefferson ), Notice. fore Commissioners undwr Indian or other Treaties. the season, by new goods purchased by Mr. Sufferings of Christ, by A. Layman, ,

.1 th.t (plantation of land situate, lying and being iIo SIX months after date, I shall apply to the Hon to: Pre-emption and other Land Claims, and to the STILLMAN, who will remain North during the Youatt on the Horse,Dr.Lrdner"lectures,J Ncs. 1

il Jefler*>on County aforesaid, known a the plantation Am
of William B. Killpatnck, late of said County, & :of dismission tl the estate of Charles A. Nelson and Navy or lusineasconnecte(1 therewith, to the I such an arrangement, and by selling EXCLUSIVELY The Chainbearer, Cooper's last work, J

rtet., containing eight hundred and sixty "75-ltHJ rercllt. 'late of said Count" deceased. obtaining of Patents for scientific or useful Invenlons FOR CASH, we shall be enabled to sell cheap. O'Donoghue by Charles Lever,

acres, more or less: said land to be sold to pay the Messrs. ) Building, (( JAMES. A. EERTHELOT, and ball other business of a public nature requiring er than any other establishment in the city. All The challenge of Barletta, from the Italian of
d.bt ot said decedant. by be Starr Ac. Fla ff, where his best services Surviving Administrator. an Agent. persons in want of clothing are respectfully inviteato D'Azeglio, Theobold or the Fanatic, by Henrka

: W1 D. MOSELEY, Mm'r.JetTer4on may March commanded in the above line. March 21, I"IH. 35 r.m Claims against individuals promptly attended to, call and examine and judge for themselves. Stilling, The Visionary, by Schiller,

Count, February 2S, l'4. 31 ts 22, Is 15. --35 titles investigated, & CLARK & STILLMAN, Only a Fiddler,and the Authors Daughter,by Mary

I -- Lat Notice. Sale of Lands in .Jefferson County Information given of charge. All letters tobe Monroe street, next door to Starr ft. Flagg. Howitt, The White Boy by Mrs. S. C. Hall,

Notice. persons indebted to the estate of Henry J. IN pursuance and by virtue of an order and decree post-paid. November I. 154: 15 tf The Foster Brother,edited by Leigh Hunt,
SIX months after tte, we shal present our ac ALL ., deceased, late of Leon County"are the Hon Judge of Probate in and for the County REFERENCES : Knights of the Seal,Three Night in a Lifetime,
I current and lie Hon. Judge hereby notidfd, that pa% must. made without of JeflersoD, 1 will expose to public sale, at auction Hon. A. S. WiriTE, U. S. Senate. M'CANTS & SPENCER The Jesuits, edited by C. E :

of Probate for Jefferson County and then apply for delay to S. SIBLEY, lent Agent, b indulgence for cash, before the Court House door,in Mon- E. A. HANNEGAN, The White Slave, Maps forida. Book of Lair

Iter of dismission a,executor and executrix of can S a no further iccllo. on Tuesday, the 2lt day of April next, all I ALEX. HARROW, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. For Aeric Almanac ( JS6, Albums, Gold :
4 M. White, late of said County, granted.WESLEY the right, title and interest of JAMES SEMPLE Pens,
Joseph deae.t MANNING, Adm'r. : Joseph Manning, late '"7"ILL practice in the Courts of the Middle Dist &c
t THEOPHILUS February' 2 lfc4G. 3JIAV : of said county deceased, in and to the following described D. R. ATCHISON, V trict and the Court of and in tha SCHOOL BOOKS.

t ELLEN A. BEATTY.Jefforson lands:, lying and being in the county of Jcferson C.ASHL-v, Counties of Georgia. Appeal Morse's New Geography, New

a County, February 2" 1S46.- 32 (rnJ9SEJ'K NOTICE.ATTORNEY aforesaid, to \it : I J. J. HARPI.V, of Iinois. Sept.Ofce, Monticelo'Fla. I Geography, Anthon's Homer Parley's Horace, Naiona
The S i of the N W 4 of Sec 29, S. A. DOUGLAS English and Latin Grammars Cicer J

t BRANCH. L O'B. BRANCH.J. IPQ We The S W 4 of S.>'.>, WILL" GREEN, of Kentucky. On Consignment. Bulon's Latin Reader, Latin Tutors, ,

..AL.nUANCI The S W 4 of 4 of Sc 29, JOHN PETTIT,of Indiana. 1 CASK SUla cured Hams,Sugar,Tea, Rice Emerson's Arithmetics, three

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW A \part of the S E 4 of :'c 29, being 20 acres in S. C. SAMPLE JL Soap,Mackarel Loaf Sugar, Flour, Eclectic Reader three parts, pat. Series, ,

TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. Q.ulucy, 1"lorld. the N W corner of the same, c C. B. SMITH, I Cheese, Crackers, Vinegar, MUtad. Pepper, Comstock's Philosophy, Angel -i

:.M S connection with the Southern Life Insu. WILL Attend the several Courts of Middle Ho Thei4oftheN E 4 of Sec 31, .. J. WRIGHT, I Spice.Gingt r,Nutmtgs, Apples ana Peaches, ,fee. Ju reeiye and for sale Aritmet

THEI&. Trust Company having entirely ceased, and of Decatur County, Georgia. The N W 4 of Sec 32, J. B. BowLs. of Missouri. Maccaroni, Butter and Onions for sale by January P. A. HAYWABD.
'i January t. 1'40. 24 The N W 4 of the N E 4 of Sec 32, all in T 3, ol I J. M. HUGHE, December 13. 1545. 21 R. H. BERRY. 2
) hereafter give their attention exclusively DODGE of Wisconsin.
t thf'wi R 5, Nand E. HENRY NEW BOOKS. Ar.TUST .
t E. BAUAUD, Jr., Also, j of lot No. C, of fractional Sec. 15, in T 2, April 12, 1 Sir.. 38 Notice.
They will attend the Supreme Court of the State, received per Brig Sampson, Narrative
;I'o' -i and each of the Courts for the Middle Circuit. TNFORMS his friends and the public of f H -1. N and K R. H. BERRY & Co. SIX months after date, I shall apply to the Hon. I J Expedition to the Rocky Mountains and oChe

: "hrch7.1"-IG. 33 t he has taken the store on the cor ROBERT C. HUR Adm'r.It'tesun e of Probate of Jefferson County, for lettersof gon and North California in 1843 and 4, by Capt. J.
II Monroe and Two Hundred Foot County, March 21, 18-f :. i THE undersigned have this day formed a Co-part dismission as Executor of the estate of Elizabeth C. Fremont,price 37| !.
under the above for the trans. ci
: LA1WTIEJL nearly op ]>osite the Court House, HEW 1. .rshil name, Jones late of said County, deceased. The Crescent and Cross, by Eliot Warburton, <
. I Oa be found a general assortment GH0)Q GEER.i RICHARD TAYLOR. Esq.: Illustrated edition of the Pilgrim's
I \VILLIAM\ H. BROC IXlmOUGlUGCS (i AND MEDICINES. Every at. OHO IKCES rich Muslins Ging- H. BERRY, Jefferson County, Dec.20, 1M5. 6m Proverbial Philosophy,abookofthought.Plgre. ,
\ 2 Tuppers
TUS F- practice part- ; of Physicians and Planters. hams, H.irgf, Halzannci, Muslin Ginc- D. P. HOGUE.NoteinborlO. tad

j ners-lup. They will attttid the counties
tll Distric of Florida.. Jackion and Franklin coun "- a supply of SHERMAN'S :Milts!, Hosiery, a superior a,(rtmelt !and] M. D. PAPY, Dante' Poetical
isti: by H. T. Cary
t tZe., in Apalachicola, District. The (county of won\: CAMPHOR and CATHARTIC Embroidered) MI..IH Trimmings, and a variety of| 2 @m & The Work trlatP .
Thomas, Georia. The Court of A of Florida, I: valuable articles W9 Philosophy Dendy.
1 prals articles, and the most agree. to numerous to mention. Ju-t received AND STAIR BUILDING. Holmes life ol Mozart
r( *nd the Distrac and CirC"uit the United able form of acl'JI.trin nxilicincs.SHERMAN'S and for sale bv. WILL Practice in a the Courts in the Middle Arnold's ,
Scales at ee. r... Office on the first floor of the Rugby School Semens,
f Talah POOR MAN'S PLASTERS, the &H. GREENBERG & CO. GERARD VINGERHOETS, Cap Parker's aids to English
S RESIDENCE: and t best March 21 itol, South wing room formerly occupied by composition
WM. H. ROUGH cheapest plaster ever offered to the public I.tr. njNOTICE. (.%'.1 door Suuth of thf U'li0J Bank,) Secretary of the Chances and Changes, or Life as it Is,by Charles
-: ,Talahastc. lor Rheumatism, Pains in the.Back, Side,and Weakness ---- -- Territory. Burdett
S f AUGUSTUS E. MAXWELL, &,c. GIVES notice that he M prepared to NO\Dbr 15, 1845. 17 Rura Economy, by Bous&inghanlt,
his friends the Book o Colonies by John Frost
and ,
19, 1915. H'l! tf
Allo, OLOSAONIAN, or ALL.HEALING FORECLOSURE\lRTG.GF Iw THE SOUTH- with any articles of CABINET FURNITURE Book of Good Examples, by John Frost
Sale.-TWO FINE BUGGIES, n SAM.aiiinviduablearticlefor Colds, CI "1 made in Notce.SIX The book of Christmas, hy Thomas K. :
For CJ up a style not to be months after ,I shall Herey. l
I ith Harness, for Cash, at Northern tion Coughs and, Asthma kindred, Bleeding! at the Lungs, Consump. TIE heirs of John H. Sawyer dtceae. will surpassed by any workman in the State vouchers to the Hon. Judge present of my account Elinor Wyllis, edited by j. G.Cop. .
... _.Pri5.f disE''Kf' Pamphlets, contain ;"notice that I intend to proceed- and at prices corresponding with the Jefferson County and then apply (or of dis The quiet Husband, The Te Ueiiess,by i
certificates from Sure.
CLARK &STILLMAN. ing persons in high standing respecting ngs,forthwith, in the Circuit Court for the Southern 1 lme.- Bureaus,Sofas, Tables of various kinds, Set- mission Administrator of the leter estates of Miss Pickering, .

November 1. l'315.' _, 15 its..Lo'e.Talaha1.H valuable. effects, can be had gratis, by ap Circuit of Florida! to foreclose the mortgage I hold ttt!, Wardrob.Chairs, and every description and I George Ritchie a ,George Silas snerl Krupp and John Ascanio, or the Sul tor's Apprentice, by A. Dumas -
r plying as
. upon certain real tate of John H. Sawyer,deceased, style Love and Horace
to order the
at by
or repaired
; Dr. Pulmonary Balsam, 1"4'''.. Furiture mae Ackley. ALEXANDER JERNIGAN. Mesmerismby Smit.
I 1(11' January 1. in the city of Key West, situated
' -- 2' I at corner of shortest notice. is prepared to contract for 6, 1845. GnTVakulIa The illustrated history of Paestine. ElIte,
: :11 for ., Jltthmai) Croup BrocTll. Notices DU\1 and Front streets, and known as part of lot I Inumb.r he building of Houses, and such other work a is Deemb 2 The Manuel of ,

I fl7looping.Cough, hjlmra te ,, months after date, the undersigned three in square number seven, according to generally done by house His prices in Mysteries of the Backwoods,by T. B. Thorpe,author
Paint ', Spitting SIX apply of said cal'nte CountyTAX.COLLECTOR'S
, t SDrft'I o the Honorable James ) plan cily.CJ.RU his department wil be induce those desi. of Tom Owen,
Judge of j
of Blood, Contutnplton, Difficulty Probate,of Leon county,for let E*I-uome.disruption from : MALLORY. lous of building give him employ,while the qual- SALE. A Winter Gift (o Ladies, being instructions in j

.:' S of Breathing, 5fC. fa. I the estate of.. Brant, deceased.F. B\' Ki ..j THIS article has long een held in high estima WIENKER: 1 We. 'I r 7. "I .I. w'hn. qrtal any work done in this city. BY I have this day levied upon and to Fleming Nich Bigelow The Orange Girl i

' f Jor the cure of diseases.of the breast and G. Admr *. Mi\vaiiIK To the citizens of Tallahassee, and surrounding i public sale, in front of the Court wi, expose the county of Venice, The West Point Cadet, !

. ". lungs, and is offered to th4 public a a remedy deserv January 10,1-4C. VIXGJRWES,5 r'lc Upper SIrlngs :mintry, he would return his most hearty thanks for I of Wakulla, State ol Florida, Love and Murder Durbin's Observations i the j
., .., ing a trial by all who arethus, afflicted. 2' lm EAST FLORIDA. he patronage he has heretofore received and trusts t j East, Clark's Cscsar, Playfair's Euclid, '

.. a Particular directions accompany each bottle of the For Sale. } subscriber takes this method of informing hat he_may continue give atsf.cion. and enjoy On thejirst .1Iody in August next, Noye's Penmanship. New Music, Paper for Win-

; '. ru.iicnt. Price 50 cents) WELL slf'Ch- Miscellaneous Library of the Jit JL his friends and the public, that I,Heir connaence and lavor. I, between the usual hours, the following pieces o dow Curtains, House Paper and Border. i.e, Ac. ,

I Sld by A mOst ap|>roved English editions of standard he has taken a lease of the above esUblish- }'ehruary2'spm4o.* ___2S_ __ ly parcel of lands, viz: For sale by p. A. lL\YWAR.
f I LEWIS &AMES, Druggists.IVcember ,I'ork. consisting of about one thousand volume menf for a term of years, and will be prepared to accommodate nllmbr 8, containing 474 acres,and known January 24,1946. 27

j:.. I;. 1615.- '' 2 : particulars apply to all who may favor him with their com- (&TFIIANCISCUS D WG [@ the Srey. according to the original survey j

, '" Samuel W.Carmack, Samuel IL.Stcpheiis JOS. F. BYTHEWOOD pany. As regards the mineral qualities of the water made by As Hartfeld. Surveyor. Also, lots num N oUce.SIX .
,V and J. Baker, January 10. 1816.. 25 Ocilla, Jefferson County. it cannot be surpassed by any watering place in br 42, 43, 44, 60, 61, 62, CS, 69, 70, 79, months after date, I shall apply to t'Hon.
Wayles America. The Springs will be opened by the first 81, containing each 360 acres, and known and of Probate for Jefferson County fotters

,. kt ATORES AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, JVotice. day of May. Charges moderate,and every attentionwill described by said numbers according to the orif'nal of dismission Administrator of Edmund Graf late

'1 a partnership in the practice of months after I shall be paid to the comfort of all who may favor him survey made by Asa Harfeld. Surveyor. of said County, deceased. .
4 : HAVE, and will give their joint attention to business ;SIX of Probate dat. for Jefferson apply to the Hon. with. their company. above described lots lying and being GEORGE W. STANDLEY.

confided to their care, in the Middle Circuit I letters of f dismission u Executor of John County Moore for FRANCIS A. HUSON, Proprietor. in the county of Wakula. on the west side of Jefferson County, January 10, 1846. 25 6m
, and in the Counties of and Franklin of the March 1, 1S46. 33 3m the Wakulla River, of what is knownas
Jason 1 late of said -
.3 Western Circuit. SUI1 STEPHENS will continue county deeue.HARDY --- Forbes' Purchase,and levied upon a the propertyof TO PRINTERS
** i SAMUEL W. CJLHMACK MOORE Mastodon & Petit Gulf Cotton Seed. the Apalachicola Land Company,and sold
to reside at Quincy. > ,i b Type Foundry Pnntert Furnishing
Jefferson County, !7, lS4fi. I J"D.
and J. WATL.IS BAKER atlTallahassee. One of the .._:!: January fm TUST RECEIVED direct from New Orleans by WIENKERrflAKES to satisfy their State and County Tax lor countyof have opened a new 11 Foun
of time at Notice. .J J. R. FORTUNK Schooners Star and Home, this method to inform the Wakulla for the 1845. THE e
S .. firm will spend a part his Apalachicola per public that he year in the city ol New York, whesl they are
- and will attend to any communications directed to months after date I shall present to the Hon. 30 bushels of Mastodon Cotton Seed, direct 'from R X has removed his Cabinet Warehouse: to the AHIJAH HALL, ready to supply orders to extent, for afy kind of

31I : that place. SIX of Probate for Jefferson County my final Abbey, Esq., YZO Valley, Miss.. building formerly occupied by Starr& Co.,next doom ShfT. and rx officio Tax Col., Waknlla Co.January job or fancy Type, Ink, Paper any Cases, Galleys Brass

p Ikn.ber20ISI.'.. 22 _ account And vouchers a Administrator of Francis 200 bUI} !Petit Gulf Cotton Seed, a genuine ar- t,i Peck's Tin Manufactory in the rear of which he 22, [24] 1846. 276m Rule, Steel column do., Composing Sticks, Chases
I ---1-- I tide. February 21, 146. 31 ntends to carry on the business of a CABINETMAKERUNDERTAKERandUPHOLSTERER and
Apalachicola Lund Cast, Ute of said County, deceased; and shall then Notice. every article nees for a Printing Office.
m Company. apply for letters of di.mission Administrator.. ;and The in
are moulds
,, ALL persons are hereby! warned not to trespass, :STEVENS all .BRIDGERS. Notice. I ff'el.well prepared to execute any orders in either SIX months after date,I shal present my final :ac. entire Typ of matrixes cat, with new counters, fro,are a

., to make use of,commit waste in any unlawful Jefferson County January 10, iblO. 21 I.m. S'IX months after date, shall present to the Hon. : of f the above branches of his business. and vouchers to Hon. Judge of Pro warranted to be by deep and will be soldat
unsurpassed any
F manner on the l nds of the Apalachicola Judge of Probate for Jefferson County. my final He i is: provide with the best materials for the bate in and for the County of Jefferson! and apply prices to suit the time

- : Land Company which hate not been regularly disposed Notice. account and vouchers as Executor of Thomas L new articles of Cabinet Furniture for a discharge a Administrator de bonit non of the Printing Presses furnish, and also Steam Engines -

j I. of by us, or our competent agent or agents month d tf. I will present mv accounts. Woods, late of said county deceased, and shall then such a Secretaries, Bureaus Tables, Bedsteads estate of James Hall, late of said county, deceasedWM. of the most approved patterns.
: heretofore a the penalty if the law will b strictly SIX vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate of I apply for letters dismission a such Executor. Chairs, &c.. kc., in the neatest and most perfect BUDD. Rollers cast for Printers.A .

1; enforced against all offenders.Applications IAn County, and apply for letters of dismission I BENJAMIN MANNING. Kt' Ie. He will also repair any description of furniuie. Jefferson County, January 17, 1846. 266m Composition mechinist constantly in attendance to repair

E may be mae for purhut"leH or administrator of the estate of James Simmons, late Jefferson County, March 7, i'stti. 3: fim Administrator's presses and do light work.
for the undisposed of portions or --- He would return his thanks to the citizensf Notice
ftJlfrwi.e. tract of said county, defeated. grateful Editors of who
. .&, I rf said lnd lying' and being in the counties of SILAS D. ALLEN. STARR I.LOYI dt FLAGGA Tallahassee for the liberal patronage he has al- SIX months after date, I shall present my account much type Newspapers their bills wi to buy, three give time the*
t kulla, Gadsden 'n p. L. a February 1, ISifi. 3 6m now receiving. per reeive above six months'insertion in their .and send
. t. the" For Purchase"to I f Mr. BETT.XEE: in the vicniy Quincy. Notice. tin, Laguira and Java Coffee, loaf and crushed Suar. faction to all who may give him their orders both in u Administrator on the estate Bartholomew Es- COCKROFT OVEREND, 63 Ann sL N.Y.

i JOSEPH DEL.\FIED. months after date, I shall apply to the Hon. Wine, Brandy Hour, and complete assortment price and quality of his work. lick, deceased, of said County. February 21,1846.I 31 6m

Q LEWIS SIX of Probate fur Jefferson county for letters if. Iron, Steel, NaiL&.c. January 10, 1846. 25 JOHN MYRICK Adm'r.

.. i Trutttft of the Jb'palaeMcola' Land Co. of diJmil'iO u the Administrator of Jacob Carter, February 21, 31 January 3, 1846. 24 6m LAW NOTICE.

; January 10,1846.' late of said county,deceased. LEWIS & AMES, Administrator's Notice. THE undersigned haT united in the practice cf
FREEMAN. received by J. R. Fortune, They will attend the
Notice. JOHN .Ra several ol
I Jefferson County. February 4/i fim 2 I HHD. extra sugar cured Hams,small size for family DEALER IN ALL persons indebted to the estate of John Hai., Law and Equity in the Middle Circuit of Court
:1 duly authorized agent of the L late of Leon
make immediate l0d
rpHE underige use, Drugs, Paint Oils, county.wi and the Counties of Franklin and Jackson
1:. \\i I Apaluchicola Land Company Notice. payment; and all those who claims or de
Trste Small lot Lard, Articles &e hae Western Circuit.
F. u prepared to sell or rent ,such portions and tracts months after date, I shall apply to the Judge prime choice Toilet Perfumer. Window Clans, :mad will present them ( settlement,to Also the District Court of th*
SIX Small assortment of Brandies and o United to be held
} i$. of land within the Forbes Purchase, as have not been Probate for Jefferson County (or letters of 4 bbls.superior Monongahela Whiskey. Wine PAINER AND COLa., WILLIAM 'N. HAVS. Court State of the State at of Talaae, and the Supreme -

regularly dilpos of by said Land Company. Per dismission a administrator of Norman High,late of 21,1 fe4rt. 31 Apothecaries Glass Ware, &c. Administrator de bD. tn. THOMAS Ford
be bd with the at said JULIUS HIGH. February : 23 2nV .
County January 31,1848.
may .ubrib decea..r .
above on and for sale
. or.na the arigbborh'vod o Uincy, or I.Uel may b Jefferson County, 10. 1S48. 11 6mThos. Just Received THE con.tnty had a H. HAGNER.
Directed to him (be Post Offices, at maket Notice. Attorneys and Coul at Lw.
througJ. JciT. Heir, for sale at the Phoenix Building by J. R. For. months after date I apply to the Tallahassee, February 21, 31
and AND 186.
lace JAMES EJ BETTNER, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. 2 boxes superior English d&r Cheese, ALSO,in store a great variety of articles for family SIX of Gadsden wi, for a Poe -

I Trusteesoftke4palo2hIeolaLand gn Co. continue to in the Superior and kegs best Goshen misc, Pickles, Olives- Carel' Macaroni, Vermicella, 1 c.y executorship: of the last will of Robert Davidson, Notice
o/I WILL practice 10 fine dre venison Hams. Currant Jelly, Olive Prne.Almonc, deceased. L. W. months after date I shall final ac-
J&ua 10.184* 5 ly Courtof Jefferson County, and in the Rose and Peach Waters Sperm Candles, SPRT SIX present my
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Superior Courts Distic.and the Coun January & January 9, [I'Ij 1S48. 2 and vouchers to the Hon.Judge P.
S Sea Island Cotton Seed. Columbian j the Eastern AN .AISORTMEITT OF in and for the County of Jefferson,
ty te al
BUSHELS.6t ualtyofMa".e Residents at 'M -00 jsis.e.ivM af fe tousi him. win n. FOR sale in scull quantities b DANIEL LADD N extra pre will be paid for Hides stretched Stephen Wool/,late of said at. o
tnnt dee.
eLIJtet rrmr'lyat Growth of 113.
R. aPJRYkto. kdte. or EDWARD BARA. TalUhase. rl. with ,ater the Indian fashion by .
ps E
Jintmj! SI. )I'. 2 < M&rch0.t'U S3 25 November :;, ISIS. 19 May lt", 421 M. L. BAKER. Jefferson County, Feb. 21, 31 JiITiI