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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 18, 1846
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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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stalwart laid low the crests hundred 1 do not mean to undertake to lead it, don
Whose arms
old and valiant ? and ninety pieces of cannon as they on them, but that dreadful column was checked Nona tkt J\'atvnial Press.AARON From the returns at the same time of the it, to come in conflict with it, or to denounceit o
Of many an knight slowly advanced, enveloping the field in clouds for the first time in its advance, and stood likea BURR.It amount of taxable property in Marion coun- with without or before alter
murderous flame, bypodni. or
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When Liberty evening was came but a name' blotting out the noon-day sun, and )living rock amid its foes. The Austrianswere was a fact well known to the contemporaries ty, it appears there were ;j2nd the fact. The President's position is ar. I
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sending death and havoc amid the French thrown into squares and stood like so of Burr, that his propensities to luxurious rate land, 1200 duo his responsibilities to his God and his

I see them in the distant form, ranks. As night drew on the conflict became many checkers on the field. Into the very idleness and distaste to exercise himselfeven Slaves, 160 country are great. I believe he is doing Lie

Like spectres on the misty shore; awful. Bursting shells, explosions of artil.lery heart of these Lannes had penetrated and where the greatest interests of his clients Free men of color 1 best to reconcile and accomplish together the
them rolls the dreadful storm, and volleys of musketry, were mingled stopped. The with him and involved often Cattle of residents 100 head No.
Before empire stopped were was a source of deep alarm over 4000 great objects of the tue honor, and the I Ioori
And hills send forth their rill! of gore; with shouts of victory, and cries of terror ; Napoleon saw at once the peril of his chief. to his colleagues. He never made out Merchants stock in trade, 81400 rights ot the country pace., believing this I

Around them death, with lightning breath while over all, as if to drown all, was heard The brave curiasseurs that had broken the abrief himself: be never sought for prece. Carriages and Sulkey's, in value, 235 i shall hold IJselfn a position to view his acts ; .

]i twining an immortal wreath at intervals the braying of trumpets and strains best infantry in the world were immediately dents, and continually entered the courts to Doctor incomes, 250 with p rf cndor, and with the strongest ;

Ti is evening and the setting suh uf martial music. ordered to the rescue. Shaking the groundover argue causes ignorant of the particulars of the Amout raised by taxation, 8105 60 disposition lo him in what he may find 1 1it
The village in which Massena and Lannes IUppr
which they galloped-their glittering armor case. This was peculiarly manifested in the .
Sinks slowly down beneath the ware; maintained their with such MESSRS. BENTON AND HANNEGAN. necessary p
ground unconquer. rattling as they came-they burst into great and important suit brought oy John J. Mr. HANXEGAN then rose and said Mr. _
Aad there I see a gray-haired: 09 e- able firmness took fire and burned with ; Below i is the of Mr. BEX- :
red concluding
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a : the midst of the enemy and charged the now Astor for the recovery of the Johnston I part I have a fe'w words to I would l
A special courier to the grave j jHe flame over the nightly battle field property TON'S speechrin to Mr. CASS and Mr.HAxrECAY'6 President say.
adding tenfold steady battalion with appaling fury. Round I in which Aaron Burr is said to have made reply bae a single observation on this ,
occasion
looks around Tale and mdund. ;
on horror to the work of death. In United States
But do
we and round the firm rode the rejoinder.
moat
squares they spur. convincing speech and admirable argument had been fora '.'
And falls upon his battle: ground. not? intend to describe the first day's baule.e .- ring their steeds against the point of the bay. I. ever uttered before a legal tribunal. Senate, April 1st, 1916. Mr. BKXTOX, after accompanied i no by a very particular significant espies.sion look I

beneath: him sleeps the hallowed earth: \\ shall refer to it again when we speak of onet, but in vain. Not a square broke, not a.. The facts of this case are rather remarkable. quoting: from various authorities, Messrs. Mon towards this quarter which fell from the senator .

cow chilled like him and st ll and cold- Massena and Bessiercs, who fought with a column fled ; and charged in turn by the Austrian Sir William Johnston possessed a large property roe, Madison, Lord Harrowby, &c.,concluded from Missur. Certainly he was the last 1

The blood that gave young Freedom birth, desperation and unconquerable firmness that cavalry, they were compelled to fall back on the Mohawk river, in Scohari county his speech by saying : man I aq unkind .
No longer warm the warrior{old- astonished even Napoleon. At eleven o'clockat on their own inf..ntnStill Lannes stood and was desirous of adding to it a domain The great fact is now established. The look or an unkind elpct.said befbio .

He waves the band with stern command.Tbea night the upnar of battle ceased, and thro' amid the wreck and carnage of the battlefield of 100,000 acres more land. The British commissioners did meet under the treaty of upon a certain ocasion aJun.here he has: been to

dies the last of glory's band. the slowly retiring cloud of war that rolled around him. Unable! to deploy so as to return government would not make. a grant of more Utrecht ; they did execute the stipulations of a great extent my political teacher; and, sir, I :
away towards the Danube, the stars came out the terriffic fire that wasted him, and disdain than one thousand acres to any indUidual that treaty ; they did determine the limits between learned from him on this Oregon question moro

THE MIND'S SABBATH.T one by one, to look on the dead and the dying. ing to fly he let his column melt beside him. and Sir William induced one hundred of his the French and British possessions in than I learned from any other living rain. I

r. A. WOnRALL a,. D Groans and cries loaded the midnight blast, Being in squares, the Austrians could fire to i t'nant to purchase the land Horn the colonial North America ; and the parallel forty-nine, learned it from his speech on the Ashburton >

Cb,when the heart shall cease to beat- while the sleeping host lay almost in eachother's advantage, while Lannes could only return it I government,and to reassign it to him 'I from the Lake of the Woods indefinitely! to treaty, which from that hour has been to him !

Its purple current cease to flow- embrace. Bonaparte, wrapped in his from the edge of his column. Seeing that he diately after the grant was i issued. immc-I' the West, was one of the boundaries established the constant theme of deadly and unmitigated

Waea; all of mind: and spirit mset, military cloak lay stretched beside the Danube dare not deploy his men, the'! Archduke! had the revolution breaking out, Sir W. Johnston buried by them.I hostility against the negotiator who made that g

Far, fsr beyond all earthly woe; not a half a mile from the enemy's can. cannon wheeled to within five rods of them, an iron chest containing all his deeds, including make no application of this fact ; I drawno treaty and the senators who voted for it. I f
The'aisembodied! MIMJ shall laoteIn non. The sentinels could almost shake hands and there played! on the dense masses. these hundred assignments. It was argument from it ; I do not apply it to the learned mainly from that speech principles rand
realms of and Love across the space that intervened ; and thus theJj'.in and such question of title ; I am not arguing title, and my
Thought-in Light Every discharge opened huge gaps impossible keep a transaction a secret ; relation to the Oregon question.
and the dead lay down together upon the men seemed like mist before the destructivestorm. and the tenants, after the family had fled from will not do it, but I vindicating history, assailed that speech of the senator from f'rl I f
The heart muit feel, where darkness diy and night hard fought field while the silent: cannon, load Still the shivering columns stood as the mansion house, exhumed the iron chest, at a vital point by the book which has learned that the American title to :Oregon Jssl'uri. J;

By turns their light aad rcll ; ed with death, were pointing over the slumbering if rooted to the ground, while Lannes surveyed and! possessed themselves each of the assignments been quoted and endorsed ; I am vindicatingthe to latitude 55:was not only against up .' ,
But oh! in faith unchecked end bright, of the
the-soul. hosts. Lulled by the Danube, that with a flashing eye the disastrous field! from he had made to Sir William. The intelligence American Senate, ex. Great Britain, but ge le world. That y;
True to the last, still breathes rolled its turbulent flood by his side and can. which ho saw there was no relief. Added to Johnston family having retired to Canada during posed to contempt in the eyes of Europe, by a speech was made here only four or five years

The disembodied MI.XD shall faoveIn opied by the stars, Napoleon rested his exhausted this, the ammunition began; to fail, and his own I the revolution, Sir John Johnston, their supposed ignorance of a treaty which is one ago, and in it the senator taught mo those ,!

realms of Thought-in Light, and Lore frame while be revolved the disastrous cannon were less hotly worked. This completed I representative in the year 1794, claimed the of the great political landmarks in Europe and principles which, powerful as be is, he never

Though pain and suffering bid the heart events of the day, and pondered how he might the disaster ; while, to render his situ. restitution of the lands in Scoharie county, America ; and I am demonstrating to the Sen. will be able to eradicate from my mind. Ha ;

In seasons dark as moonle skies redeem his ('rror.Iassena: had lost most of ation still more desperate, a regiment had I I under the convention giving to individuals ator from Michigan that the condition has be- planted them there, but he cannot now pluck

There is a hope-of life aparlj: ,- Aspern ; but Lannes still held E sling, and dashed in between his lines, which being immediately -I their private proper His claims were contested come absolute! on which he bound himself jes- them up at his will I learned at the feet of t

Which e'en in sorrow nrvef dies. had held it during one of the most sanguinary followed by others, cut them in and, in the lower courts, judgments terday to reverse his Oregon position.Mr. my Gamaliel ; I have passed from thence ; I "

The disembodied WI.VD) shall pote struggles of that fiercely fought battle. Early twain. Added to all, the news began to fly were given against him. In this stage of the President the Senator from Michigan have proclaimed the principles which I found

In realms of Thought-in Light and Lore! in the morning as soon as the light broke over j over the field that the bridges; over the Danubehad case, John J. Astor bought Sir John's claims gives us some just and wise observations on there. He may do as He be.

the eastern hills, the two armies were again I been carried away by the heavy boats to the property, and employed Aaron Burr, the frivolous and ridiculous causes which have for his country and the worI abandon may those t
When fades and sinks the will- involved
earthly on their feet, and the cannon opened anew on I that: had been floated down against tht'm.- Judges Spencer and Smith to carry out the sometimes great nations in terrible principles. I will not. the same w
Redeemed from tears, by suffering! tried. the walls of I Jiving men. The. French troops Still Lannen and his column disdained to fly, I.i ZJpeallo the Court for the Correction of Er. war. But I think that, in one of his illustrations pledge made by the distinguished, patriotic and }

Tfcfn perfect I love shall laith ,fulfil ;j- were dispirited, for the previous day had been ar.d seemed to resolve to perish!. in their foot I rr. stake was of greater amount than he fell into a misapplication of an historical honest American who occupied that seat yes. '

The soul all.otless. sanctijfied: one cif defeat ; while the Austrians were full I steps. The brave Marshal' knew he could not had ever been contested at that time, and theanxit"ty fact, and that without the aid of Greenhow's terday, [Mr. Cass,] that whenever ;it is shown

The disembodied MIND shall rove of hope. But the rest of Lannes' corps had win the battle. but he knew he could die on I of the plaintif was proportionate to book. It was the case of Ibe3 resulting that the line of 49:was extended to the Pacific .

In realms of Thought-in Lid ht aud Love IThere crossed the Danube during the night, while the spot where he struggled! for a continent.I his risk. Spencer and Smith urged from the water on the lady's gown.- ocean, I will not only close my mouth and c '

is a joy so pure at i Da r oust, with nearly thirty thousand more, I Bonaparte, as he looked over the disorderedfield Burr to make the cause his study, hut in vain; The incident, I suppose, of the water and the seal my lips against; the utterance of any claim ,
in which
darkness cannot bliss. was marching with flying colors over the from his position, saw at once that the some excuse or other always met their arguments gown, two ladies were dramatisptrSOIICE to the country north of 49 but to any part

Ai if the heart in limf'That bridge, the Archduke had also .received reinforcements I battle was lost. Still in this dreadful crisis he and Judge Spencer making up his \ and a little dog a prominentftrane.\ of Oregon. But self-confident a the senatoris

Had quite forgot a this. so that the two armies of about a showed no agitation or excitement. Calm mind that he and Smith must bear the weightof took place in the court o ; that he holds "the Agamemnon of our li'. K f
hundred thousand each stood ready to contest if the effort the former place-not transpired! Do not write me tie band" he find .
The disembodied MIND shall move[ and collected as on a mere rr'ieht" sur gentleman studied the a prisoner, may himself mis.
la realms of Thought-In Light and Lore! the field! on the second day. At the commencement veyed the ruin about him, and by hill firm bearing case with that laborious industry which has This down incident transpired took, or I shall certainly expire. taken. Not one single document to which ha .
of the onset Lannes was driven steadied the soldiers and officers amid I peen the foundation of his fame a a jurist and place in the court of Queen referred-not one paragraph which he read

Away tLen, all man's dark distress for the first time from Essling ; but St., Hillare i whom he moved. Seeing that no time was advocate. On the day the argument was I Anne, the Imperial Sarah, Duchess of Marl- has reference to a foot of land, with the exception .

There is a rest-so sweet-tso fa.ir- coining up to his aid, he rallied his defeatedtroops to be lost if he would) save the remnant of his i heard before the Senate, Judge Spencer opened borough. I call her imperial. who could say of his allusion to Lewis anJ Clarke wet

No thought can cloud its loveliness; and led them back to the charge, retook I army, fur the bridges were fast yielding to the the proceedings and cited cases from all to th#proudest of the old English Dukes, that of the Rocky mountains. What right bad

The sabbath! of the soul! there. the place and held it, though artillery, '! swollen stream, he ordered a general retreat. the legal authorities of the period. Burr was the widow of John Duke of larborough. England and the United States to settle a line

The disembodied MISD shall'move infantry and cavalry thundered upon it with I Lannes and his column then began to retire sitting by his side, totally unprepared on en- married no man, not even an emperor. dividing a country belonging to Spain I The j.

In realms of Thought-in Liht and Lore! : shrieks that threatened to sweep the village: over the field. In a moment the retreat became tering the court. As Spencer read the bookshe lady and her dog was a party on one side, and senator from Missouri i is perfectly aware that ,

: self from the plain.At ii-I general, and the whole army rolled heavily quoted Burr look them up, and read them, Mrs. Ma&ham-of on the other-and was the op. such was never in the contemplation of Eng.

JJD O r q!L.J\M: r O ''L length, Bonaparte tired of acting on towards the bridge that crossed to the island and on his colleague ceasing to speak, he posite producing war. It actually led to land and the United States. But this was tho
for the
--'----- defensive began to prepare for his great and i of Lobau. As they concentrated on the commenced his address, in which he avoidedall peace ; Queen, tkin. part with :Mrs. pledge made by the senator from Michigan '

LAN11ESi decisive movement on the centre. Matsena shore it became one mighty mass, where nota the arguments used by Mr. Spencer, and Mashara, quarrelled u Duchess, and By this be is bound ; and by this, after all that r
then with the Duke of and
was to hold A"pern, Davoust to march on Ess- shot could fall amiss. made that celebrated and convincing speech Marlborough, so ho has said, I express myself also! bound.-
The annexed account-from "cadle's etch of recalled him from bis command the
I link, while Lanneg!, the brave Linncs, who The Archduke wishing to complete his victory which induced the court to decide against the stopped Whenever it can be shown that the treaty of i
the of Lannes in the last the
career ci Am-
number career of and then made the y
rican Review-of the clcnting scene in that gallant !i had fuught with such courage and almost superhuman I by, a total route, immediately advancedwith other tribunals by a majority of seventeen to victory whose benefit peace- Utrecht contemplated the establishment of tho 0
heroe's life, and the fearful route at Lobau, will be : energy {fur two days, was ordered his whole army upon them. His entire II six. very peace we are now claiming parallel of 49:west of the Rocky mountains,
I that of Utrecht. And thus
read with the deepest: interest. with Oudinot to force the centre and cut the artillery was brought up and ranged in a semicircle i Aaron Burr, in the choice of those he intended the incident I close my mouth as to Oregon. Spain was not 1
I of the and the throws
I Austrian army in two. Bonaparte called)) him l around this dense mass crowding on to to confide in, had the habit of selecting gown water its pint a party .that treaty,till some time
In the of J after Vienna had and the other side afef1r
summer 13U9 to his side and from his station behind the the bridges, and pouring their awful storm intoa I persons of only sufficient talent to perform': power on and I speak from recollection, and du '

alien into his Lands Napoleon determined to lines which overlooked the field pointed out perfect mountain of flesh. It seemed as if i i safely his wishes under his direction, and who connects with the very point I have been es statement with perfect confidence of its accuracy I

past the Danube and gin the Archduke 11 to him the course he wished him to take.- nothing could prevent an utter overthrow ; but would feel flattered I by the notice he took of tablishing.Mr. but such is my impression. Spain came-
Charles. battle the shore. The B. had voted for the ofGreenhow's
on farther : Lannes spurred to his post, and when all was Lannes, cool and resolute as his Emperor, rallied them, and he remunerated by the business he not purchase into it afterwards, protesting that she did not (
Danube, near Vienna, flow in a wide stream, I ready Bonaparte came riding along the linesto his best men in the rear, and covered the. confided to them, for tho extra labors he imposed book ; he had but a poor opinionof yield any rights on the northwest coast, and i
, islands in slow and books in closets for the
embracing many its mu- animate the soldiers in the decisive onset retreating and bleeding army. With Masnena upon them for him'lelf On one occasion compiled instruction only when that protest was concurred in did t

jestic movement over the plfiin. BonapartereOh'ed that was about to he made. The shouts Vice by his side now steadying their troops he invited a gentleman who had been of men of business. They were gener. she become a party. As to France, prior to ;t.

to pus it at two (points at (he same Fi mpcrcur !" with which they received him. I by his words and actions, now charging like employed by him, to dinner at his house in ally shallow, of no use to the informed, and 1713, she never asserted a title to one foot of

time and Nabsdorf, about I a mile above was heard above! the mar of battle, and fell fire on the advancing linAs, he saved the army I Read str..et where was fund one of those dangerous to the uninformed, whom they led territory, from the isthmus of Darien to the '

Vienna, and against the i island of Lobau, far 'with an ominous sound upon the Austrian from burial in the Danube. luxurious repasts the old gentleman was famed astray and to the indolent, who would trust Arctic circle, on tho Pacific coast. And yet t''

therdown the riier. Lannes took charge of lines. Apprised by the shouts. u here the Em. Lannes never appeared to better advantagethan for giving. Burr appeared in the full dress to their superficial glosses, without going to England and France,according to the version

the upper- pass, and Masscu4 of the lower- was passing, they immediately turned on this occasion. His impetuosity was of the last century and received his guest with the fountain head, and seeking truth at the which he [Mr. Benton] and with the
the heroes of the + peror well. So of the book in Ii\"es !
two battle of the As. bottom of the
coming their cannon in that direction, hoping, by a tempered by the most serious and thoughtful the courtesy of the high bred man of that pe ques impression which we upon the
peui. Lannes, failing in his attempt, the I chance shot, to strike him down. General actions, and he seemed to feel the importanceof riod. About a month after this event, the tion.Had Senate and upon the parcelled ou
countr.
whole: army was concentrated at Lobau. On Monthier was killed by his side, but the mightiest the awful mission with which he had been same gentleman had another invitation to din. it not been for Greenhow's Oregon, what we now. call Ore on. Ye U? 1 that *

the evening: of the 19th of play' Bonaparte man of blood of all was not to fall by the trusted. At length dismounting from his horse ner from Burr, and on going to the house, he the Senator from Michigan would have sought moment-up to the signing of the treaty of $

surprised the Austrian on this inland and, ta. sword. In a few minutes Lannes awful col. I to escape the tempest of cannon balls which was received by his entertainer with all due the history of the treaty of Utrecht in the authentic Utrecht, and long aferwar and down to the t

king possession of it and tie other islands umns were on the march, and moved with rapid swept down everything over the soldier's: heads, form and ceremony ; but instead of the elegantly documents which our library contains, signing of the Notka convention before
around i it, bad nothing to do but to throw bridgf Two hundred dressed individual of the former feast and would have found the truth, and would all with the assent of all
speed over the field. can. he was struck by a shot as he touched the : Europe, Chris f
from Lobui to the northern bank of the non were placed in front and advanced likea ground which carried away his whole right I he found him in the meanest attire, with a have been today a free man, and not a pri- tendom, Spain asserted, and maintained,

Danube, in order to march lii i. army over lo rapidly moving wall of fire Tr the cumbered leg and the foot and ancle of the left. Placedon wor out dressing gown, instead of a coat.- soner, a he constituted himself yesterday, in defended her title to the whole of that a.

the extended plains of March leld, that stretch.ed ground. Behind was the cavalry-the a litter he was immediately carried over The dinner consisted of bread, butter and potatoes the hand of the forty-nines. He is now their It would be folly for me to even for an in. t

away from the bank to the, heights of Bi i. irrcsUtable cuirassiers that had swept so many the bridge into the island where Bonapartewas alone. Tbii scene had been expressly prisoner, doomed to dwel at 49. He is not stant, into the arguments by o which all this has ;

somberg, where lay the Archjduke with a hun. battle-fields for Napoleon, and before the onset superintending some batteries with which planned by Burr. at the foundation for the request killed, but taken. may say of him ate been sustained. It i is a notorious fact, which 1

dred thousand men. Through unwearied efI of which the best infantry of Europe had to protect his passage. Seeing a litter ap. of a loan of a considerable amount, consoling.The pea messenger Ulysses U said dead to Penelope: no man, senator or otherwise, can controvert. ,

facts Bonaparte was able tot;, assemble en the gone down. proach him, Ntfpoleon turned, and lo,there lay which was accordingly made the following .But. far from wife nu ion, Let me now congratulate one, who most kind.
other shore on the: morning/of the 21st, forty The Imperial Guard formed the reserve. the bleeding and dying Lannes. The faint morning. .He liars < on I desert ulen ly did me the honor some time since, in roostflattering S

thousand men. The Archdijkc bafrom ihe Thus arrayed and sustained, the terrible) col. in;; Marshal seized him by the hand and in a I will not pt"t and say- language, which at once found its
pet
height\he occupied every movement of the umns entered the close fire of the Austrian tremulous voice exclaimed, "farewell, sire.- CENSUS OF MARION COU 1. .Detained ty savage :. way to my heart, to call me friend," an

French\army, which seemed by its rashness battery and lh" dE'ad"olleys of the infantry. Live for the world, but bestow passing From the returns made of the census taken For the forty-nines are not savage, but ithet which I wi now return to him with ep

and folly to be rushing into!the very jaws of Lannes knew that JLo fate of the battle was thought on one of your best friends, who in a last year, it appears that the total number of peaceful and merciful, and will allow the cap permission- me congratulate my friend,

destruction. j placed in his hands, and that the eye of Napoleon few hours will be no more." inhabitant in the County of Marion, at that tire the full liberty of his person, on his the distinguished senator from South Carolina, ;

It was a cloudless summer;, morning and as was fixed with the deepest anxiety up. The roar of battle was forgotten, and reckless time was 1475. Of these there were : role of honor yesterday given, on a conditionnow [Mr. Calhoun,] that at last the antipodes ban 'I

the glorious sun came flashing over the hilltops on him. He felt the weight of Europe on bis alike of bis defeat and the peril of his White males-over 21, 247 become absolute, never to pass forty- met-that he has made a convert of tb sen.

I ? a/orest of glittering I bayonets sent back shoulders and determined lo sustain it. In army, of all save the dying friend by his side, under 21, 281 nine ; never to use again that name of omen, ator from Missouri. I congratulate Ha

t iu beams. The grass and flowers looked up front, clearing a path for his strong legions, Napoleon knelt over the rude couch and wept White females-over 21, ISO the Russian line. This is a sad termination has now won the highest trophy-the bright. ,

smilingly to the blue heaves, both of which went the artillery sending death and havoc like a child. The lip that had seemed'! madeof under 21, 239 almost ridiculous-of his warlike commencement est intellectual trophy which be has ever a.
teemed unconscious of the (carnage: that was the with It is the fruit of his dependenceon chieved. He can now make the proudest(boast
over the field. Around the threatened point iron during day, now quivered Slaves-males, 288femnles I
to end the day. Just as the sun bad reached I Greenhow's book. That book has been he uttered. The
the whole interest of the battle gathered ; and emotion, and the eye that bad never bleached 235 ever great Jeaderlberpint[
iu meridian the command to advance was the most wasting: and destructive fire openedon amid the wildest of the battle, now flowed Free 3 the little dog of his catastrophe.. Henceforth ing to Mr. Benton] ban [ C
beard along the heights, aaiwered by shouts Lannes'steady ranks. But nothing: could with tears. The voice of affection spoke females, 2 the Senator's occupation is gone. War,inevitable houn's] convert and his subaltern in the coo
that shook the earth, and {he roll of drums, war, can no longer be the burden of his of "
the thunder of the masterly inactivity.:
resist the'! weight and .terror of their shock.- louder than artillery- marble From the returns made at the same time
tad the thousands of trumpets, and wild choruses Through and through the Austrian line they hearted monarch wept, and well he might. of the amount of taxable property in Marion song. War is now evitable. Inevitabilityhas "Agamemnon of the little! band !1" and the I
of the soldiers. Whpa Bonaperte was reversed its application. It is that Ajaxes-and I, the least of them "the
little
went ritn. the strength' of the inrolling tide of For there before him, lay the friend of his county, it appears there were : peace -
atilt struggling to get his army over the bridge, of his is now inevitable 1 and henceforth we must Ajax !" Sir, I am not the les-wr
and the even
the sea. Into ihe wiid battle gorge thus made youth, companion early career Of 1st rate land, 11,798 Ajax;
while Lannes' corps was on the further side, l by their advance the cavalry plunged head. -he who charged by bis side at Lodi and Ar- 2nd rate, 54,294 hear that dulcet sound. I am but a poor private soldier in this cause.

and Davoust: in Vienna, this Austrian army long, shaking their sabres above their beads cola-saved his army at Monticello, and Italyat 3rd rate 3667 The effect of this change in the Senltor'sp I ask no favor, and I seek no rewar save the f

eighty thousand men, cam rolling down the and sending their victorious shouts over the Mardeno-who opened Ilatisbon to his victorious Slaves, 552 must be great On the Grecian band, triumph of the great cause. for noth. t

fountain side and over the | >lain, like a resist. roar cube: artillery. They dashed on the army-nay, the right band of his pow. Free men of color, 5 whom he is the Agamemnon, it must have ing. I should despise myself i if; in a cause t

lea flood. Fourteen t thou rid cavalry accomf ranks with such fury that whole battalions er-broken and fallen forever. Cattle of residents over 100 head,in No. 30G2 a most diminishing effect That band for lie ths, for an instant I could cherish a feel E

f iedthismignificent boat while nearly threehundred broke and fled, crying MAli is lost." Amidst Cattle of non-residents i 450 some months has been sitting for the picture slfhnes. I world! rather b the lit .

cannon came thundering, with thesoutid this confusion and terror still advanced the aw- MISTAKING THE nnum.-Th't' Cincinna. Money loaned atintcrest, 8162 : which the poet drew of our grandmothers in tie Ajax-rlber the private fighting L
l of thunder over the ound. The ti Journal tells the following good one. : the time of long-tvaisted gowns and tight for subsistence in this
g army ful column of Lanr.es. On, on it moved with Stock in banks and other corporations, 350 simply cause, than t
idunced ro fire awful columns with a curtain the" strength of fate itself, and Bonaparte saw A merchant, engaged in the West India Merchants stock in trade, 5790 stays hold my head so high that I could not see aught t

*f cavalry in front to conceal I their movement with delight his favorite Marshal wringing tbe< trade, sent to a French customer of his in one Taverns and Innkeepers in town, 1 .Small by the deg and deduction beautifully of lea"But much below me ; rther be the private soldier than .

tad direction. Boaaparto< ooked with an un. crown from Germany and placing it on fail of the Islands, a lot of pork, of various brands Carriages and Sulkey's, in value, 580 now and in the 1 of their with my haughty foot to press the lowly earth
weight
Quiet! eye on this advanciig: host, while big bead. At length the enveloped host piercedto -such as -Duffield," "Miller & Brown : Doctors incomes, 200 chief must leave strength them, almost person On as though it were to mean for'my tread ; rather .

whole' army'was still sepaiuted by the Dan. the reserve grenadiers of the Austrian army Davis," &c., of Cincinnati. Among the I, Lawyers incomes, 100 the future, conduct of the campaign nothing.it be the private soldier, than iu 'erylo
must
r Ian*; lo a moment the fiek was in an uproar. and the last fatal blow seemed about to be best was a small lot Mesley, which Amount raised by taxation, $852,013.4Jacksonville have a decisive effect for the Ajaxes of this and attitude, and act and expression
set, who bad crossed, took possession of In this dreadful l crisis the Archduke term we believe means pork made from ani. [ Nctl. both big and, little -"I am the wi rule or I will ruin;
civen. expedition must
"ding, a little village tha stood half a mile and heroism of Napoleon mals diseased. No mention was made of a- renounce and U is indifferent to whether the conss.
showed the it when their chief has ,
from the Danube and M Siena of Aspern power that all was lost without a ny difference in the pork, but it was left to CENSUS OF DENTON COUNTY. great imposed the quence be rule: or ruin." Sir, b he who he
of silence and inaction
himself. Seeing
*otl btr mare standing at the same distance and not caring for take its fate. ''I From the returns made cf the census taken penalty on himself- may, there is in this land no man 1 high u
apparently
it have
effort, On the must fine
a
gj the Danube, and a mi and a half from desperate his life, if defeat must be endured, spurred his The next year our merchant had occasionto last year;jt appears that the total number the alarms: country of war will suddenly efec On to bare it in his power t elevate and depress
These of inhabitants in the County of Benton, cease sentiment in America at his will. B*
of
IOg. two villages were tbo chief ranks rallying them to the same island and inquired the public
the shaking go the the effect will be
r aU of defence between which the French steed among voice and bearing to the charge, and Frenchman about the pork. Oh," said: be, at that time was 561. Of these there were : treasury,millions extra for delightful.the The he who he mar who makes such an attempt, .
stray was drawn in Ui br his White males-over 21, 130 twenty-one armamentof he wil' y"find his l veL Little
up e. Around these i the standard of Zach' corps, which "some of de pork var goot. Monster Duffle the and the eight or nine millions speedil AM
iwo seizing under
tillages in which Davis'all ill, nar let it bs let me remind.the
wer< entrenched these to the onset, charged at Id' goot-'ltIilJt & Drown and 91 will ; bu
tiro unowned was already yielding White females--over 21} extra amy. cease t b wante.The Missouri Agamemnon and the 4jaxM
leaden wire to be the beat Generals Tar goot-but dat Monsieur Measly-he tha
His roused and Naval
head like itorai. Military
their a
and under 21 l. 95 Cmmite., the sere cf'
CQl__strength,were of Sees the ourcbW l LattW. Three with firm mighty.and by his example dashed into the thickest of TOO tats scoundrel I" I Slav i. males, 91 wise, have at least been luc. They delayedto were Do t only Achilles actors there a ] and wN Jsaq)trT

rapid.-fI'to Aspern, vfaU towards E-liac the tight, and.&1 the bead of their respective M JL 'man can't help} what is done behind females, 70 report bills fa these try miboa an w h. .Leul... $''oa.+.
the bead d Lances col I.D
a.1w& LaaMI Jar cottttJew host dSrision fell upon bis' bade," u the I loafer said .when_he was, Free coloradnales, 1 toaaayy be UDe. Iom Be axis grill
a officers almost to a man in them :
11Icu cave this An6ikles.
MNMdm i c..kw thundered the two CHrlrbefbrelfae l12. fatrnethre. fire tint opened tip. kicked out of doors. females, -0 i n mu.rl h grace t. o .



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.r .1 -The subjoinder of Senator Cats was an From theM O. Delta. -From: .the A*1 Y. Commercial .Jldoertiter- -pI9. were tOtally unprovided with tbe means of tharides or Spanish fly, i an important insect I I Ito SAM'S LE1'TERS-NOi. -

able and triumpha$ effort. Twice in my Latest from Mexico. Late Foreign IDtUeDc. following up the success they had gained by the medical prcttioner. Laying aside the of TALLARAMXK. 145.
in the schemes
(., life," said he, I have been captured by ene. ARRIVAL OK MR. SLIDELL. The Packet ship Nortbumberland Captain driving the enemy before them, at the pint purposes perform My dear Sam

mies-once fightii against British preten.cions John Esq., U. S. Minister to Mexico Griswold.from ,brings of the bayonet, from bis entrenched nature, they are economically no the which insignificant the It (our native language) shall acquire I

4 in peace. My country redeemed me in Briv SldeJ city in the Alabama," from London dates three days later than were received They had, on the contrary, to sustain fresh attacks and unimportant creatures force, too, almost sufficient to awaken to a ju ;
Ii of the Yorkshire. in the position they had bravely won ; uninformed mind is but to apt to regard them. sense retribution, the very dry bones of 1
the former case. come to redeem myself in the Balize, where ho was landed from the U. by Captain Bailey, s te
p the latter. I had thought, he added, the long S. steamship Mississippi, on Monday mom ning The London dates are to the 8th of March. and when these were repulsed, the enemy Awful Traced haughty Roman. Yea-we shall hare a 4

personal friendsh p which has existed be. l last, from Vera Cruz, whence she sailed on the Up to the 8th the pilot boat Romerhad not ar. retired without confusion, since he was enabled The following letter from the Cincinnati tongue framed for freedom's echos, and ihho' 1

tween myself and the Senator from Missouri, 20th ult. The Mississippi hf immediately rived at Liverpool. to rally and encamp his forces between Gazette gives an account of a tragedy recently it may not sing dramas to opr muic i it 1

was not sundered, Jut if it is otherwise, I must after landing Mr. S., for Pensacola-having The tidings of the most importance by this tho field of battle and the river. enacted in Nashville, Tennessee, betweenMr. shall shout bosannabs and talk lt when.iEtna's .

bear it as I may, J s I have borne some greater been three days off the Balize unable to com arrival are from India, another overland: mail With a powerful and victorious army in Robert Porterfield and E. Z. C. Judson : thunders shall be .ient and Italy's ,

calamities than ?,'er the hostility of the hon. mun ate on account of the weather.W. having arrived with accounts a month later their front and a broad river in their rear,that NASHVILLE, March 15, 1846. Tassos and Rossinis shall hae nothing left t 1

orabla gentleman from Missouri. Mr. Cuss S. Parrntt, Esq., Secretary of Legation, from the seat of war upon the Sutlej. The position would have been extremely critical, This city exhibited a scene, on yesterday tell of her emasculation.We .

stated his position to be this-that the treaty and Robert Stuart, U. S. X., arrived by the general scope of the intelligence is unfavora. but the Sikah's Generals acted upon the conviction afternoon and night, of one of the most cruel want no Olla Padrida, but by the pi.

of Utrecht never i xtended to the country west same conveyance. ble to the British arms ; it appearing that thediscomfiture that until large reinforcements came mob3 it has ever been lot to witness. For pers, we would have a language of our own,

of the Rocky mo mtains. That it fixed no The arrival of Mr. Glidell created no excitement of the Sikhs in the battles of December up, no attcmps would be made by the Britishto time rumors my of a painfully delicate adequate to the vast and growing conception
some
parallel there, to < ivide English' and French in the city ; the public mind from was much less decided than the first complete their discomfiture. nature have past been in circulation in regard to a of freedom, marking, step by step and inch by i

.. posses$ions. An among the incontrovertiblereasons previous advices, was prepared for it. As had account would lead one to suppose, that they Some skirmishing took place near the Sikh lady of this city, which coming to the ears of inch, the varying shades and different stages

for this d< claration he cited tbe fact, been often before stated, the Mexican government had not dispersed or retreated across the Sut. bridge of boats on the 13, 14th and 15th Jan. her husband, induced him to search for the of our social reformation-one (that shall b

that the British n< gotiators in 186, and their would only receive Mr. Slidell in the ca. l lej, but were still in formidable force, and that uary, without any remarkable effect. On the from whence they emanated. He traced quite equal to that civil quickening which ,

minister here in 844, fixed upon the voyage I 1j pacity of a special government agent, with t the Anglo-Indian commanders had not been in 16th the Sikhscame over the river at Phulloor, source them to a Mr. E. Z. C. Judson, a man jet to find mete instruments for the utterance '

of Capt.Cook, in 778, as the commencementof whom it was prepared to treat on the Texas : condition to attack them. I was reported plundered the nei hborhoo and pitched a somewhat notorious of late. Theymet 1 of its feelings-one, too, that shall participate

the British tit!< in what is now called Ore. question and on that: only. :Mr. Slidell!, of even that a detachment of .\nlo.lndianarmy camp on the left territory.On grown the African Church, and i largely in the immortality and onward march ,

got?. Now the tr *aty of Utrecht, is dated in course, having persisted in refusing to hold official had been surprised and attacked by the the following day they made some further the meeting yesterday resulted near in the death of the lady'&l i of our free insttutions shall be a. fully 1

1714 This is jove sixty years prior to the communication with the government ofthat Sikh, that tie native troops had: fled, leavingthe advances, and entrenched themselvesnear husband Mr. Robert Porterfield. It I, freighted apothegms of freedom<
British title N ;ither the' language' of the country in any capacity other than that ofU. Europeans to bear the brunt of the battle, a nulla. Sir II. Smith moved his brig. down the seems J the Greek and Latin are plenteous epi.
that Judson had been Sulphur
treaty nor its cons ruction has reference to any S. Minister Plenipotentiary, as which he and that the struggle was still going on at the ade up the Sutlej, driving the enemy before near and thets of conquest, possession and power. We

territory other ths n East of the Rocky moun. i is accredited, finally had to carry out his previously .. dale of the last intelligence, with doubt as to him until the 21ft, in !the morning, when he Spring, practising when he with met Mr.his Porterfield.pistols, The was shall be cOltent'if it but give a full and hearty

tains. But after in elaborate and convincing expressed determination and withdraw the result. The battles of which we had ac. came upon one of the fortified positions of the returning expression to our physical exigencies and mental -

detail of facts, t tbe Senator from Michigan -hence his return to the United States. count before, were fought on tho 18th, 19th enemy, which fired grape shots among the latter fired, it is said, twice without effect ; wants, and to our individual and national

paused and put ths direct question to the Senator In Mexico there is nothing new-nothing and 21st of December, and that the present British troops. Judson once, hitting his victim in the forehead wealth only a the best means of supplying!
and wound of which ho died
from Missou-i i, and which he refused to I which shows public cling or public events in accounts refer to about the sam dates in Jan. The Agra Ukhbar construes the retirementinto inflicting a them. And most ready shall we be to strip it

answer 1 Doe! he, (Mr. Benton) believe a phase tliffcicnt from that in which for sometime uary.: a defeat ; while the Delhi Gazette states last night. Judson was arrested and taken to. I: of all the facetious and fictitious fictions and
the Court House for examination before Justice
that the parrallcl >f49 deg. was ever established ; we have been accustomed to look! at them. The Oregon Quc.ction.-'I'he attention of that heavy firing was heard in the direction ofLoodinianah a i primitive philosophies, the preservations of

by commissaries, under the treaty Utrecht t It is, as heietofore, plotting and scheming among the London press was not given exclusively, to during the whole of the afternoon of the Peace. Almost immediately as falsehood miracps of )Ionk'io.ih'
the became known crowd
as a boundary We st of the Rocky mountains? the aspirants to power-ignorance of I affairs in the East. The passage of the Ore. of that day. Nothing positive appears to have matter a large ga. which the black.leter grossly a
the red in and about tho Court House and
As he does no answer me," said Cuss" ]I I public! affairs. and indecision among the peo. gon notice resolutions in the House of Representatives been known a(to the results of that day when bounds. I
hal] take it for granted, that no such line was gave tin journalists material for( the mails were leaving Bombay. symptoms violence began to be manifested.A You see I am no believer in Latin pleas
pt
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ever established |by commissaries under the General Almonte has been appointed minister di'cr leading art ids, the staple of which brother of the deceased, justly excited against and antique pleadings! !, with their microscopic
I'rcaISIUITS in the murderer of his brother into
treaty of Utrecht My object} is answered.We .- to England! ; and although he has got, as was a compound of virulence! aid: anxiety. Europe.The went I!j mite-mists and tangled cob-\vebs. I am no
are relieved from the embarrassments arising we say of the mcmher of our State Legisla-! So far as we have seen, the Times came the following items arc published in the the Court-room and shot at Judson a number I[ stickler for forms any more than I fancy: the

out of the repeated assertions that the lure, his .mileage": -yet it is said that he feels I nearest to an intelligent understanding of the Washington Union : of times. Judson ran out of the door, Porter. I fun piercing fictions as if in real Ccm! ._
line of i Northern when it siid Extract from a communication, receivd at the field followed, and shot se'"erl times more as They suit the technicalities of
: 49 deg. i6 our boundary in jealous of Paredes, and will not go, or rather matter, { may a profejsiou -
the territory of Qregon." that Parades feels j jealous of him-and that I rI I must be bore in mind that there is nothing Department of Stale, dated Stockholm, Feb. he went down the steps. Judson kept on, !' whose terms and tenures come bright

the motive of the latter in making the appoint. either in the nature or in the form of these ruary 17, IS 10. and reaching door of the City Hotel, Per. I of invasion, conquest or stealing. But this

From the \w\Orlcant\ Picayune, ..ipiil. ment, was to remove Almonte a convenient resolutions, which exceeds the undoubted right I It is now feared that the hoped for exemption terfield placed a pistol at his head and fred, \ arrant mode (lawyering, I must think, is butillsuited
of from the famine that is but Judson dodged, and escaped with only !!
Sweden
LATE FROM TEXAS. distance from the intrigues at the capitol or of either party to UJB convention (f 1827, or scourging to a calm and candid mind, nor am I
violates the of nations. Thus far northern Europe will not be realized.- loss of a lock of hair. Whilst he was doling I willing to permit it longer to obtain as a legit-
By tho arrival late last of the elsewhere in the nation. There are the usual I courtesy I
about
evening others shot him but
at too he
Around Stockholm indeed and in southern ,
the ditl uhies of the m imato method of suifi.
number and of of march case arc scarcely cpnveyancing or as a
steamship Galveston Capt. fro Gal variety reports troops aggravated
Wright, -i good fortune to When in the CourtHouse .
Sweden, there is at present no great scarcity escape. which the of
and by the notice. But this resolution having tenure by right
ing to the Rio Grande
near cent
,
vpston, we have .;received files to the 1st inst. concentrating property
for examination, some of the crowd
but the weeks .
provisions during past two be suffered abide.
to
from that 'The Galveston made but we have heard them too often to be affright. been irrevocably taken, the peace of the ;
the
city. trip sad accounts have reached the of. were for shooting, others for hanging him, What has time
ed them. depends the next Mr. government right pray-old
| This that have
In 36 hours. by we now given, word upon[ step. I gry.bead
.. and outside the "Fetch him
was, out to
distress in the northern provinces. This cry ed time the wi
The election! for Representatives which is the pith-the substance-of the latest news now prepared to rc.open (the negotiation I great ricketty -\\
will occasion, however, no abatement of the S us. To continue my narration : Escaped I Lord Chancellor
from Mexico. on an admissible basis, or must we infer from I I paramount by
took last law.Lati
place on Monday, resulted in Calveston from the crowd Judson secreted himself the
follows For Col. his silence that the settlement of this question tariff upon foreign grain. It is probable! ., I parchment, to fix for tbe young vigorous .
as : 4 S. M.ViI1iam I, From the .V. O. Tropic. is not the real object of his policy, but that he. however in consequence of the hsgh price of hotel, and after a search of some fifteen or generations of a redeeming future, his ubi

449 ; Judge Pilsbury, 69 ; Col. Cook, 8 ;- Late and Interesting from the Army of Occupa entertains very different designs, which the. flour, that a few cargoes of American breadstuffs twenty minutes, he was discovered, and a rush I I trary signet of sanction upon this / .
General 7 Lewis
Meggjnson II
; 7 ; General hundreds made for him. As
Green 1. tion. next twelve months wi disclose to the word ? would yield good returns. I people was I technichology bastard Latin 1 Is it not bad
,
Ily the arrival of tho steamship Alabama The Chronicle even more unfriend he essayed to escape. arraiu. he fell from the enough-too bad-to be beaten and bruisedwith
Tbe Galveston I
Civilian makes the follow :
ing extract from a letter to the editor of the last rvcninj, fiom; Galveston, we received the ly view of the notice resolutions than that presented E.rtraclsfron a despatch under dale of January third Bt'ory of the hotel into the yard, and j something short of intent to ki but not
Galveston News, Extra,"dated Saturday 4th t by the Times. assumes that the 1, 1910, received at the Department broke his thigh. Supposing him to be dying, a btiver short of to rob with petrified
Christi Gazette dated : I wi ol
Corpus Matamoros o
I March 13th. The Civilian thinks the :Mexican ., instant, which, as it contains late and interest notice is urged by the Americans a!:means Stale from the United Stales consulate o the crowd permitted the Sheriff and his posse ballon-rouge the blood-stained past T-

forces the Ro( Grande ing news from the Army of Occupation, we of compelling Great Britain to negociate OJes.a."The to convey him to prison. Their genealogy, yes, and their
are pbrsolog
"Gen. Mejia1 open' is at ;Matamoros.: copy at length : under the pressure of a featful alternative"that weather has been remarkably fine Here it was hoped the matter woul end- too, are alike questionable, and
now : As .GALVESTON NEWS EXTRA and dry for some time and the that violence would cease, law be American's should
loon as he was ..Informed of the arrival of the ) it is putting on tbe screw to force past unti present party hardly stop short oran
detachment under SatureJpri 4th, 1316. \ concessions." The Chronicle is wrong ; avery moment very little frost, a yet little permitted to vindicate itself. But there wasa action of bastard or trespass upon the ta.Shall

t'' Hardee and froni Lieut.] your Hamilton army the Captain We have through the po large proportion, probably a great majority snow,neither here nor in the immediate neigb.IJfrhoo thirst of vengeance excited, and it must we believe it I Can it really be true

..: site Brazos Santiago via Isla-del Padra one oppo liteness Captain Foster, of the U. S. Cuter of those Americans who go for the no. which is absolutely necessary for the needs he quenched. So at night a party that more than one.half the learning of its
the
other by the Matamoros: road the Wood bury, which arrived this morning from lice, do so under the conviction that in the security ofthe next crop. Freights have been went to the jail and demanded the prisoner, profession will be found to lie in the litter.
near the Brazos St. with the considerably elevated for time since in who was given up to them. Maimed and al. o
t San Colorado--he mustered soldier lago, following items present state of the Oregon controversy an indefinite I some its lE'gallngo ?
every of from the of of the of and mot naked, they threw him into the street to
,
here, and crossd the Rio Grande i in news Army Occupation under joint occupation teems with danger ; consequence scarcity shipping .All rhetoricians rules .
I under the impression that he should person the the command of General Taylor. that there is safety only in bringing such occupation the late demand for grain from Holland, Belgium be hung. He begged for a ministerwhichwas Teach but to name their tools."

: advance of yotir He marched meet far Tho \\Woodbury arrived off the bar last evening to a close. and the ports of the Mediterranean. denied him-he feared not death,but requested The ignorance, the selfishness and perverted

4 as the Colorad Creek army., with the utmost as ,. but on account of a heavy pale from tho The Polish insurrection occupies a large "Tho number of ships of different flags, to be shot, and begged any gentleman propensities and sentiments of mankind,

despatch, jand discovered that both these possible East t, which compelled the captain to ship his space in the continental journals. The ac. which have entered these ports in the course present to shoot him. They took him to the have given rise to many and complicatedevils.

.t"!I detachments had returned to the at Corpus cable and lower the top-mast, he did not come count are still vague and to some extent contradictory of last year, amounts to 1,203, and the depar. square and run him up over the rai of an awning Law is but the embodiment expression

l. Christi. His at this camp ; into port till this morning. but it appears to be authenticatedthat tures to 1,101 ; leaving port in only 1 sail. | post-the rope broke and fell, when of these, s far as relates to an.

1 no find t ere"anger knew no bounds-as unexpected he Captain Foster left Brazos St. lago on the I the rising is extensive and formidable.One The quantity of grain now on hand amountsto Le was taken back to jail, where he lies to relations. And it is no more entitled ja

;' had boasted you upn his departure from Matamo 20th ult., and has experienced heavy weather of the paper says- about 854 chet ((100 chet being equal to die some time during the night. considered a legitimate predicate of the b

ros, of the laurels that he and his would 1 and head winds ever since and is now compelled It is not true that the Austrian and Prussian 74} quarters English,) the price of which was, Mr.( Porterfield was buried this afternoon. compact, than war as the inevitable aia .
",. xvin before their return to their old troops to put in for wood and water. She will troops have succeeded in suppressing the in. but a few back, at 7J (a trouble equal to 74 Take it all in all, it was worthy of the Reign international conventions. Both these o '

: 'I His Excellency was, however, compelled quarters.0'' leave for New Orleans as soon as the weather suriection. On the contrary, by the last ac- cents) pr hct ; hut has lately rprpnVd to the Terror in France. I was present, and attended and do exist even now to a limited extent,bat

; ''J put back without a single trophy to his permits. accounts, the Austrains bad been driven out of present quotation for the want demand from closely to all that occurred of lastnight's only in a remote approximation to a state
grace
unwelcome ret roo Th Army of Occupatien numbering in nl Cracow with considerable loss., and the Prussian abroad." proceedings.From perfection, independently of the dire r

.4 4 All the forpes late under the command of 3,500, arrived and encamped on the 25th ., troops were waiting on the frontiers for Extract from a despatch, under dale of Constantinople war and litigation. What clearer ei c

I Gen. Arista, at Montery, and now under the opposite Matamoros. Gen. Taylor, with a reinforcements, not considering it safe to attack February 7, 1846, reeired a another letter the following extract is we wan! of the unnatural parentage and abnormal

I t orders of Gen! La Vega, about 1800 strong company of Dragoons under the command of the formidable! force which the insurgentshad the Department of State. made : growth of these parentheses of po ward

have arrived alt Matamoros, and it is said will, Col. Twiggs, hating lef the main army, til. at their disposal in Cracow. The Russians The inhabitants of the European and Asiatic NASHVILLE, March 16, 1846.- and parchment 1-these parergies of cunning

I march forthwih! for the Salt Lakes and the rived at Point Isabel simultaneously with the appear to have been taken by surprise, provinces are suffering greatly from the "I never saw a whole community arousedto and cruelty ? Is it strange, too, that bulletins

I.. Bin Co'orado, to arrest the march of General L I feet of transports from Aransas, on the 21th I Iul. and by the latest accounts had not been able want of grain. Its exportation from any par such a pitch of indignation, or such a cry and manifestoes( fictions and techicalte

Taylor upon the Rio Grande. Gen. Canales, there not being half an hour's difference I to collect more troops on the frontiers nearest of the empire, until next harvest, has been for vengeance, as was manifested in relationto should have been found necessary give u.

1 I of Com argo, with his regiment, nearly 1000 the arrit'aJ, by land and water. the scene of revolt than five hundred infantry, strictly prohibited, and that which yet remainsin Judson. Porterfield's funeral sermon was terance to declarations and assumptions as i insane .

. t strong, has received orders to form tho a. A()!! appearance_ of the fcet. the Captain I and about one hundred Cossacks. south Russia, ((where the crops- have also oreached at the Presbvterian Church and as they are senseless. Admitting the 1

vance of our 4rces, to watch the movements ol the port, (I Itoderiguez,) fre to the Customhouse The insurrection appears to have been weil failed for want of rain,) is greatly increased in Rev. Dr. Howell and Dr. Edgar officiated. propriety of such,under existing abuses, what I

1. of your army, and is now occupying a position and several other building at Point organized. I broke out at the same value, and hoarded up with a hope of advanced Before he died, he exclaimed (and they were use, pray, have we for a Quo Warranto t- '

r in a direct line between Comargo and Corpus Isabel, and made his retreat good to the river, and on a day, in the duchy of Posen, in prices in England in case of a favorable the first words he spoke after receiving the mongst a people free and independent, kiow- ,
although pursued some distance by order of Austrian in Cracow change in the corn-laws." wound) I forgive Judson and every body in .
:. Christi, about 2 leages from the former place Galcia, and in the adjoining ing no order nobility, having no nobles nor
at the northwestern extremity of the Gfn. Taylor. The buildings s destroyed were provinces. Posen appears to have tho world. His wife waspresent when he nabobs to Infringe their franchises, nor aristocracy
Salt Lake. General the great of little value, being constructed of logs,thatch. been the head quarters of the insurrection. EMIGRATION WESTWARD.The present expired, and for some three hours before. She to hold in jeopardy or even question
Ampudia- gentle. ed Spring will, in all probability, witness immense asked him if he knew .
with btraw. an her,to which he
The Polish
refuges in Franco and their whom I
man who boiled Sentmanat's head-is within England replied rights-amongst ,too, officials
.j't two day's mar h of us, with 3500 men, mostly The thousands and tens thousands of the "I appear not to have taken direct part in the insurrection emigration to Oregon and California. -.4'Yes, let me sleep." This was all sid their authority only at the will of freemen hol :

:;-., canlry.'e) !know very little of what is I enemy, who have been reported n in readi. and with the exception of one or So soon as the glass begins to grow sufficient i to her. She seemed much grieved, but no Or for your Ca. La. in those States that ;*

.- going on in the interior as Gen. Paredes has i, ness to dispute the march of Gen. Taylor's army : two who have been taken prisoners none I ly to supply forage for horses and cattle the one has any sympathy for her. She is ruined humanely abolished imprisonment for debt,

., I- stopped tbe transmission of all?! newspapers as seem to have entirely disappeared upon I were discovered in the country. The insurrection adventurous crowd will move. The Sanga. and an outcast from society. May God have I and for an Ad Quod Damnum, where we hare j'
Illinois
Journal that several families "
l dangerous. his approach. The only opposition experien.ced though checked to some extent, has mon, says mercy upon them all. road.commisioner and Custodes J ,ini
. .:. C will leave Sangamon County this for ustic
the Spring
j f You who by army occupation, was first at theLittle not by any means been put down. The whole the and conservative
well all the '
nov i grave grnd
pretty movements A TYRANT'S
Colorado where Oregon and Among them, it LIFE.-A recent number of
Mexican officer with of theae Calfornia.U
.. a provinces in ( of the
L" upon the political draft board, will be about 150 mounted a sate greatest adds, are some our citizens." In the Paris Constitutionnel contains the follow !jurors 1Vhat the excuse for Fi. Fa. when
threatened
fire ferment.
;. able to judge c f the times by the signs. What men, to upon i the evident tendency of the age is so strongly
the find the curious of the
same we following advertisement ing account precautions
Gen. adopted
Taylor, if he attempted to cross that Fiom the J\: 1' paper .
I is here stated is and Triune.I setting in favor of the abolishment of all
true, actions
you assure bv the Emoeror Nicholas
: ..j friends of that .fact. I might state may other your stream, stating that such were his positive or. I The British Ministry had been defeated( in : i of Russia. durinf upon the case, to the utter explosion of I
many d > and that .Mexicans:\ WESTWARD Ho his travels, to escape attempts that migh'ibe i
rs, knew fear.- Parliament -FOR OREGON CALIFORNIA
no al
= matters, but l\\ ey are too delicate for discussion i on a question of no great im. AND made his _" our whole expensive, ruinous and merciless
;, t. at this n mente In next will Tho Artillery was immediately ordered up, portance, relating to the removal of an Assistant !I-Who wants to go to Oregon and against : On bis arrival at system executions? And in this Christian
t.; my you when the} troops formed and commenced fording I Poor Law California without costing the 1- Padua, he, himself visited the apartment in
! ; have further particulars, and before you got Commissioner. The ma. ,any thing which.he the walls of country, where every one may hold his body
i ,.. this, the quest on of fight or no fight between in perfect order, the water being nearlyup i jority against them was 23. As many a eight young men, of goo charac.ter his bed chamber with striking hammer. He then free from catch-poles if be will, and no one is
t us and Gen. Taylor will have been decided to their arm pits, whereupon the gallant The Custom and Corn Importation Acts who can drive an ox team, accom- a authorized or permitted to keep his conscience
caused tbe of his bed be
t upon, and the independence o. the northern Mexican prudently retreated without executing were under discussion in tho House of Commons idated by gentlemen who will leave this vicinity mattresses to removed -would to God I could say, to restrain -

: province decli red, or their future connection his positive orders. The only other show of but no decisive acton: had been taken about the first of April. Come, boys !- and replaced by a leather mattress, which. his freedom, what tonr
' filled with under his The Emperor
." t. with the pare t State, quietly, tamely, basely oppsition. had been previously made by a par- The India mail had arrived in London. You can have as much land as you want without was refused to hay taste of eyes.the dishes for Mandamus or Habeas eT b

:: acquiesced in Our present armed force and 60 who having met the army in The Government of the Sikhs was making costing you any thing. The government for his and any called for his travel-prepared The customs and usages, the inequalities
s-: stations are ai follows : the Prairie, informed General Taylor that he every effort to renew the war. Several at of California gives large tracts of land to persons supper and oppressions under whose incubation these
out of which he took bottle of .
must proceed no further in tbat direction. had been made in different to move there. The first suitable ling case, 1 1a.
; By tempts places, to persons bluff and tenants
' Gen. Ca tales, with 900 or 1000 troops, wine, and a cold roasted fowl, truant were hatched, are no*
order of Gen. Tavlor. the onened. and the river. who apply, will 'be < army cn ra
cross
: the bead of! the Salt Lakes rapidly before
at ,. 60 miles from with Count Orloff. At Venice, the passing away the light/of I
"ft- Comargo. I this party were permitted to march through to The Morning Chronicle of the 6th, sajs- The emigrants who intend moving to Oregon enlarged and liberal freedom. Toe
him with
the rear, and then depart. the intelligence from the scat of in the or California this spring, from the adjoining public expected much impatience at tir
] l. e Gen. Ml'a? on San Colorado, where the war the threatre but he remained the bottom : must yet come when they shall be taught only
. When near Point Isabel with the East is far counties would do well to be in this ;
,
The result place
Dragoons of
;: old Matamora i road crosses that river, about f.om satisfactory. of the bOI, and could scarcely be seen. CountOrlofi' by conservatists as pale.t antiquities, or
Gen. T. received a deputation of 30 tho battles about the first of next month. Are there ce
I 60 or 70 miles from Matamoros-about 750 or 40 on the 18th, the 21st, and nota sat in front, attired in a rich uniform. no more remembered than mute musmurt
. -F men. men, bearing a proclamation and message 22d December, is of a purely negative charac. number from Decatur, Macon county going ? When the of the flood. He must be a bold
from Gen. Mejia, filled with threats in the ter. The Sikbs G. DONNER and others. play was over, four carriages droveup conserntil
J'i were and
prevented, imbued with
Gen. Garciamen Point Isabel deeply
with effectually
at
290 to the gate ; and no one could tell which Puseyism,
usual style of Mexican gasconade. At this the of Springfield, March 18 1846.
: k. by bravery the troops-from advancing ,
mostly I fautry and the intended for the attempt to revive the monkish mockeries of
was one The
Artillery. moment the conflagration mado at Point Isabi the The of lands Emperor.
territories of the opportunities taking adjacent
upon protected up the 13th
r I SaveregoJ with some men, is the observed century, but bolder than he must
upon same precaution was when he left b
: l l by Roderiguez was discovered and Gen. States from : to which must become valuable
or opening a campaign in British p"int soon the which
Colerado! bet Gen. spirit shall
fccn Mejia and the lower I Venice ; and no one could tell whether the attempt in the 20th century
T. dismissed the them India. from their and facilities
l. ford, which i ii from 10 to 15 miles from the deputation directing to They were repulsed with loss ; but position for com- Emperor by sea or land to Triste." to foster even the fanciful fictions of
repaired cm
inform Gen. tbat be will be draw
Mejia reply to his they were not by no routed. merce likely to many seekers
law.
. mean This is in the Life of mon In the progress of human history,
Gulf message opposite Matamoros on Saturday the Not via driven back the after fortune to the Oregon country. All the 1 passage a Tyrant"wih
;, La at Matamoros with 1800 1 mal across and Truth is ever seeking a new advent
or
(ga a vengeance ; a most solemn! lesson caim
23lh of March.Tho until which have been
Sutlej, they fit disparaging applied
thought
towithdraw ter.
late cojmmand of Gen. detained deliberately it teach monarchs. ing a new birth. Its parturition
, troops Ariit may
f' to reinforce I lejia. Total 4,000 despatches brought to Pensacola by six or sct'CI Latlo.- to that region will operate as nothing against poned, and its investuture but they
say Lieut. Porter and from thence taken Vera retained tho the instinctive which carries delsled
: to They command of one fortified tendency an enterprising From be defeated.
men-about I Ijalf of whom are on the ea&t side Yucatan. can never is bur-
' r of the Rio Grande. Cruz by the steam frigate Mississippi on the bridge, and on tho 15th January a party of people to places where trade must The Mexican scbr. Aparecida, Capt. Sanchez thened with fruits which must reach maturity-
25th ult., a Dentoncd; in our are now the enemy, which had been operating grow up and flourish. The prospect of strife time rolls
# eight arrived Revolving
, It My next tter will be of more here yesterday from on, metes unto eaca
importance
said to contain orders to Mr. Slidell miles father tbe river and danger will have charms for the morning an
some
' requiring : up crossed it again ; its
,
own peculiar t
1: or I am mistaken. Arista is still keeping Campeacby, having sailed on the 24th ult. age There may b
him to return home if he and took another attractions of a wild life for others the excitement I -
is intrenched ,
immediately, notreceived
up position in this
L h himself re*'rye at his hacienda. Don La near This arrival puts beyond all doubt the intentions a destiny but it is that of ProYideDci
Minister in of the for others.
hours journey
? Garza y Flor I, Governor of the TamauJpaa i a twenty.fojr after Loianab. of the principal citizens of the nninlul3.! i not_chance. Chance has no empire even "

. : arrived here 1it I st night, with an as I notice is given.BOASTKD tbe native troops am said to have IMPORTANCE OF bUCS TO COMMERCE. The old Governor, Barchano, had arrived at mid the waste of waters which so slowly b
thrown down their
i is said, of i( rganizing the rancheros, vetcr BRITISH FREEDOM. is a law bear tho brunt arms of,the leaving the Euro The importance of insects to commerce is Campeachy from Merida. The overtures perceptibly contrac their limits. The di
. 1 an &c., for die fensive should peans to battle. treated of the made by the Administration of Gen. tant by-the-bye heavily freighted with
oprtions they maim of Old England, that a slave who plantshis The British scarcely ever ; at present rate, Parades y
'? J unfortunately be foot on British soil, by the very act, be. Sikhs amounts to army less advancing than against tbe Great Britain does not pay less than a half in order to secure the fidelity of the Department results. The more dim and distant in pe
no 43,000 men, million of dollars to the Central Government had spective, the more ample its resources and
for the n
comes a free man. This may be true of negro with train of annually dried carcases ben
1 t The jury thi t tried Tirrell, in answer to aI' slaves. But there are, it seems, thousands Of a the large artillery.who will of a tiny insect-the Chochineal. Gum entirely ineffectual. Gen. Paredes had lid its acceptances. These post-notes, Tim

!I': I question from tbe court a to tbe ground on oCwhife .born, raised and planted there the 42,480 in this men there probably cross. Shellac, another insect prodiiced from In-lia, ed to confirm the treaties of 1813, entered into the great banker will ever bring to an honored -

: which the pris >ner was acquitted, replied that for life, pople not be considered freemen, sent Sutlej campaign of are at pre. is scarcely less pecuniary value. A million while Santa Anna was in power, but upon maturity. She wants no days orgc nor

, ; the question ol insanity or somnambulism was by the poorest republican in America. Hereis only of 1,350 men European. cavalry, and and a half human beings derive their sole certain conditions, to which the Yucatecos tomorrow to secure her

I. not considered at all. Tirrell was discharged one sample of British freedom in the mat. 6,750 Henry European Smith's infantry.Sir column advanced support from the culture and manufacture of would not for a moment listen. We may We have no haughty proconsul to plunder

on the indictmentmattded for murder, but was re. ter of the elective francue. tack them in this but to at. silk, and the silk worm alone creates an annual henceforth regard Yucatan A entirely inde. our provinces or pillage our cities-no victims

to prii an on an indictment for arson. By the present of r representation s position to the, considerable circulating medium of between one bun- pendent of a control by the Government of defeated ambition to Burr it over the threatened

'! : The New Yorl c: Mirror says i is expected that majority of the House system Commons is elected anxiety prevails a however result is of of this en.. dred and fifty and two hundred millions of dollars. !- Mexico. liberties of our free country. Should *

; the* prosecution will be) tbat by not than one-fifth of the gagement. f"c importance Half a million of dollars is annually Verres or a Cataline spring up, liberty *
mr because it that the
had
;. will b trieJ ontba old indictment of electors of Great Britain lie register proves Sikhs spent in England alone for foreign honey DaJ.DJL.-Te Cincinnati Times says find a Cicero. lfhorrorsbould batch a Met-
aul.tr. or
h abandoned the offensive of ;
S !>ere is abundant proof 20,000 forms about one.fif not even system 10,000 hundred weight of wax is imported Vankiver. living in CoviWon, sala, hope will as quickly give birth to S HOT-
.
o'bic .ecur thirty .
; of abut "oen operations, and that they are li able and resolved while shaving on Thursday, had his shall .want.DO Wirt to a55 *
that the plea of tbe entire male adult to that each year. Then thr cut tnVe
biz ve interposed con Mobile thir pr population, t carry on the war great courage the count commerce, used for -her a by his little girl, who in suddenly violent sanctity of our constitutional paadedi
in o fr \ properties,"and liberties, are thus and vigor. gl dying, and tie aD
ly drove
.i Rera7tIk.7e. -at the mercy of this taiill minority. Sirjlepry Harding! ano* Sir Hugh Gough i in manufacture o ink, &c. The Can- I.the opening jugular vein.dor. the Ir through tempt whenever to subvert a Burr it.or a Blannerbasset skill a



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THE 'FL RIDIAL"LLT ly, that.ie lose this all control over his mind when he to-b her--from---, which--will -not-materially--fleet- can are, and communicated to us-by our in- appointed way. An now she is gone, rot rone Tnx-Colletor=---- notice.. ) -.

write upon subject This sufficiently accountsfor the result-scat t wing, 1750. Last year, the same not in office under the from this world; from all. but the eye of faith
forat Stales) ondersigned.Cvllccter the State and Cmm-
1. the many strange things he has said of it. We town Baldwin Unite. .fut by the living water," encircled by the Holy THE
gave whig a majority over Toucey, that a revolutionary spirit was going onio the without Tue fo the amnir of Leon, hereby givenotice .
UIiniurdayAi LONE. will not again be troubled to correct his Innocents, the glorious throng that are ,that "
democrat he
hop of 3.2.V! In the Senate the democrats will attend t"th. in
Northern
1 and in Mexico provinces, encouraged by fault before the throne of & F. city of Tillahatste Co-hU th
charity would ask readers have ,
we our elected out of the 21, and .1ntitheIHt e.wa
; 1 good prospects of two distinguished and which The Sentinel will
;ucttht rU 1, 1846. to the men, might or plea coy. Term of the CI county,
forgive author those before made, for be two more. The House stands democrats 96 Cor td
,whig might not break ouf. purpose of receiving Taxes said sod r
aho 1oiudal7 Line between Georgia and Florida. knew not what he did." To know one's error or 7G, no choice 40. Last year, whigs 112, flw Q county, for the year 1S46. Sato

Since the conference of he Commissioners on the fault, it is said U the first step toward ion ; 77,n choice 29. In the towns where there i is no : Poland. Shirtinw, Osnaburgs, and a large A. A. FISHER, '

. ItJell put of the two States, t Tax-Collector.

been frequently applied to >y our fellow-citizens for hereafter of the Sentinel. I acknowledges ungovernable and probably more. This gives them the Legisla revolution in this unhappy country. A letter Boots Shoes Hl &A.C., suitable for the Spring 3

it not now to the lure the Governor received in Paris trade, for 3ale cheap bv NEW BOOKS.
have in- widne-"i begin use &c., &c.Election. .
the To such we
1'to information as to resuljt bit and ? says I STARR, LLOYD &FLAGG. TAOWNING-S COTTAGE

rtriably replied, that the matter had not been satisfactorily .-The full returns of the election have 44 On the 9th instant a general insurrectionwas I April 18, 1S46. 39 JL/ large RDECE.Webter' .

arranged and that pending negotiations, The Oregon Question. not been received. Col. Bailey is elected Major to take throughout Poland, and it Notice. McCauley's Miscellanies. Guizot't English Rero.
'
pi. the absence of correct information, we could say Our readers have been advised of the .c \a said, Gallicia. I am aware of the pro. lotion, Guizot's History of Ciistio use?. .
in General
kept of the First Division K.
progress A. Allison, Brigadier months after date, I shall present to the Hon. Poems, translated by H. F. Oliver
vn, but little on the subject, as we knew nothing fur- of the debate on this subject. I they are like General of the Second Brigade, and Jackson verbial hopelessness of any revolutionary SIX e of Probate for Jefferson County, my final Wendell Holmes. Knowlscn's Complete t Hon D-

uw ther than the common rumor, that the Commissioners ourselves, they begin to get tired and sick of the Morton most probably of the First Brigade. movement, the intention to commence whicJ account and vouchers a Administratrix of JeremiahDrew tor, Yankee Sorie by JuJe Haliburton. Tr

byes had not agreed. whole matter. There is little use in substitu. is known in advance ; but the courage late of said County deceased ; and hall then ('Guardsmen, ,, Pickings from the Ne

of those interested very :' Ctf- The Texan Senators, Generals HorsTow and and the insupportable sufferings of the apply for letters of dismission a' such Administra- leaD Picayune",Jafk Malcom's L The Deed Boxer
At the particular requeft we ting diplomacy for war a meat'of settling inter. tiix.i RACHAEL DREW. French Gvntleman. .
be a RUSK, have beenclassified. The term service of Polish people, and the by Wm. Carleton, Adventures (
probably of
the following extract from the of :>> national if the is be used manouvres 396m. .
give Treaty 1795 disputes, former to merelyto Jefferson County, April II, 1640. .The Mother,bi-T. S.ArtburTf'Olph Wmk.f'f
la. between the United States and Spain, then in pos- delay the latter,and not to prevent it altogether.If the former expires 4th of March, 1S47, and that of the Russian government, may, it is to be ap Cousin Hinlon, The Incognito, Julian,by

ice session of the Floridas, which fixed permanently the this be the working of the modern improvementsin the latter in 1951.. prehended, have rendered this case an excep. I Porter nnd Claret. Simms, Guy Rivers by do. do.. Queen cf Denmark.

ate tion to that general rule. Few particulars of A CASKS LONDON PORTER, by Mrs. Gore, Sibvl's Book of Fate.
boundary line between the two countries: the method of adjusting the conflicting claims of the 1'luridian.
of
Correspondence tf sale
-ch the rovolt are known here and -r 30 doz arct, just received and for by NEW ItlUSIC. : .
"A.T. 2. To prevent all dispute on the subjectof nations, it i is more a curse than a blesiing. I but WASHINGTON CT April S, 1646. projected acquaintance STARR LLOYD FLAGG.
with them being confined Poles & A variety of pieces for Piano : .
,11.1 boundaries which the territories of to great rote Sng.
the
separate postpones the evil day. while the elements of strite We are having another in the April IS, lE'4'i. 39 .
al the two high contracting parties: it u hereby declared great dehate who, in their sorrow and dismay cannot be Waltze Dances, &c.SCIOOL
still accumulating to make that day the more Senate.
are Mr.
and agreed as follows, to wit : Toe southern Webster occupied Monday and expected to be communicative, it is difficult to S. :r. BOOKS.

pi..e boundary the United States, which di.-idcs their direful Blows that are soon passed are better thana Tuesday in defending himself from charges arrive at more than a few facts." BARRELS Crushed Arnold's Latin r.k, first and second series,

territory horn the Spanish colonies of East and West long quarrel, and then an obstinate fight. Thereis by C. J. Ingersoll in the House of Rep. 4 I 4 case Loaf Sugr Anthon's Greek Lessons Anabasis of Zenopb.

17n. n,)ridi, shall be designated by a line beginning on more earnestness and sincerity in the former resentaiires, and Senator Dickinson in the 2 Hogsheads Brow r, Splendid Fire Screens, Green Paper .
the river Mississippi at the northernmost part of Senate. MI5S.IATCIICD.-MiSS: Fanny Forrester, 2 Barrels New Orleans clarified Sujnr, for sale Curtains, i-c., &.c., just received per Brig : G.
evidence of settle the His
al the thirty-first decree of latitude north of the equator ) course, more a disposition to speech was a great effort, and the charming writer and nccomplshpd lady, by STARR LLOYD tc"FLAGG. Bourne, and for sale by

which from.thence shall be drawn due east to matter and be done with it, more bravery*, more humanity hft was very severe on the gentlemen men it is said, is shortly to be Rev. April IS, 1516. 39 April 4-, 1643. 37 P. A. HAYWARD. '

ogdt the middle of the river Ap.lachicolacr Catahouche; more wisdom. We would not be understood tioned. To-day Mr. Dickinson is replying.It Mr. Judson the"famous Burmah
missionary to
thence alonrthe: middle thereof to its .unction with I Bacon and Pork.
a'denying the advantages of diplomacy ; but these is probable Senators Benton and Allen and will her CIGARS.JUST .
odor thence strait the head of St. immediately liege
Flint to Mary's accompany
the ; Shoulders, Hams and Prime Pork,just re-
thence down the middle thereof to the Atlantic advantages are lost when every letter diplomatique, will be drawn into this debate. Lord to India. Mr. Jndson old OIDES
river,and i is enough almost O ceived and for sale bvSTARR BRIG N. G. BOCI-L F
th oeean. And it is agreed, that if there shouldbe without leading to any definite result, but adds another The vote on the notice wi be taken in the to be the grand father of the laly-! LLOYD &FLAGG. REEIVE FIRST quality Josto Sanz Princip C

any troops, garrisons or settlement either party cause of irritatiou to the minds of the contending Senate next Saturday What infatuation Wonder if the old April IS, 1545. 39 '0 000 Cigars.
a. parson ,
in the territory of the other, according to the a- Your Senator Mr. Yulee) i is tbe choke
bore-mentioned boundaries,they shall be withdrawnfrom parties. worthy at present has not been practising the Mesmeric philosophy 5,0 Havana Cigars, of ColowiDI

IIic Ihe said territory within the term of sis months This is fully exemplified in the dispute about Or- absent from the city. upon Fanny She must, by some means, l@
after the ratification of this treaty, or sooner if it be egon. For more than twenty )'ear Great Britain The great National Road Bill was defeated have advanced to the .* fifth, or perfect state" $ R J. CorriU's Panatelas.rora's

possible ; and that they shall be permitted to take and the United States have been negotiating with a in the House by a decided majority.Mr. of the science OR L\"FXOM.MY FL.IXT.q- Regalia's, El

10 with them all the goods and effects which they pos view to determine their respective rights in that ter.ritory. McDuffie marie a very able! speech in LOT.''on the Chattahoochee River -miles Varela Reialia's,

Ie sess... the article Nothing has been done. What the latter the Senate on Saturday. He favors a compromise The Charleston Patriot says : belcw Eufal. a very likely NEGRO CHILD, near Escnlapsio Damav
ART. 3. In order to proreding
carry ; of the This distinguished The of New York is three year fld. He wa misled. frorc. the yard late! Gabn ,
into effect, one commissioner and one surveyor haIl proposes' as a compromise at one time,the former rejects Oregon controversy. Whig party charged in the:evening of the 24th March ; a thorough searchwas Panetelas: .

s.bt be appointed: by each of the contracting parties,*ho I but seems willing to accept at another ; and Senator is in very delicate health, openly! with laboring to prour. the right of made that nizht and for several sccci'e days, La Sara Napoleon. -

shall Tneet at the Natchez, on the left side of the river thus: a final adjustment has been protracted until we and nothing but a great question would have suffrage, a enjoyed by the whites for the negro without discovering a trace of his feohtep which Darnas

i.at Mississippi, before the expiration of six months 1 the of Cut then declarafions induced him to make such an effort. It i is unfortunate population of that city-a more degraded induces the opinion that he may stolen ; Rsalia' is .
arc on eve war. again
convention and
frOM the ratification of this they
for the brilliant and worthless be found the circumstance of two men being seen on the same El Lpccro,
that class than is in
atI I BO a lightis to
, shall proceed to run and mark this boundary according arc made in high places which seme to stop the jl country any day in the near the settlement, also: favors Coronis: ,

to the stipulations; of the said article. They fire-brand, and give hope of escape,but which it is becoming dim. part of the world.TALLAHASSEE that woo. Lafayette's rres d.

t.i. shall make plat and keep journal* ot their proceed now to be feared in its creadful A large pa.iion is about to be erected on He i is a thick set, full-faced child, rather bow- All of the above Cisnrs are warranted of the best

i.y ings, which shall be considered as part of this con only suspended i Judiciary Square, in this city, for the purposeof WHOLESALE PRICES T. legged, and had a thick bushy head of hair, and I quality, and will be sold at the lott prices by '

i.J. vention, and shall have the same force as if they course. The recent news seems to have produced holding the National Fair.A -- --, .---. cRRE -- think alarce scar upon his wrist produced by a burn. April 4. 1S45. 37 P. A. HAYWARD.
were inserted therein. And if, on any account, it that impression What is to be done under such proposed -- -- Hid: name is Reuben ; perhaps he might answer to it. .

7a should be found necessary that the said commissioners continual vacillation and uncertainty ? Our own go- lawyer named Ashcom has been killed _Corrected u Wcetly by_Starr.__ _I.loyd. _) __. &Flagg._ I he b stolen I will pay the above reward for the .A List of Letters V
J.d and should be accompanied by guards, in St. Md. law student ----- --- ---- - if he has sold I '
surveyors Mary's county by a .". apprehension of the thief; and been the Post Office at Tallahassee] on '
the eminent is firm-the ultimatum is fixed, and there MUTTER-Goshen, !; a 3 JCANILEt J3 EMAINING In
they shall be furnished in equal proportions by named Thomas. All will the the amount he paid for him.
parties were discharged, pay purchaser 154li
his in the will be from it. Mr. POLK has Mould, 16 a Ic JLV the 31st :lrcb. :
officers of
Ii commanding : mijestv's; troops no receding neverhesitated I and all (for me with the informa
the done in self-defence. expenses furnishing
shooting was Sperm, 3S a 4CK H Hand,Joel
IS two Florida, and the commanding: officer of the to asseit what he believed to be the rights a I tion. I \ill aho pay any reasonable demand for anyintelligence Anderson- Thoraaa ".
I is one of those from the COFFEE-St. Domingo, 7 a 'J C lions! John R
troops of the United States, in their south-western cases arising carryingof communicated to me.or to Mr. Thomas Ash, Charles ,
I of his countr but in deference to his predeccssois, Havana: Green a (9ic Nathaniel
j.e territory, who shall act: by common consent,an I amicably weapons. { Lowry, near Alabama, which may lead to a Alsten, Joseph I Heringon tArmstead
j.d as well with respect to this point, as to the I has made offers of compromise. He has acted wise The consideration of the Oregon bill to Rio, a lOc discovery. Ilfal Aliens, B .
"
0a I, protect
I He has availed himself of the Larruira, 10' a lie James P Jerew, Floyd P
0a furnishing of provisions and instruments, and making and open part. not JOHN H. HOWARD. .
is the house of :
emigrants, occupying Rep Java 15c JohnsonG Y
14
a
: every other arrangement which ma> be necessary or tricks diplomacy to aid his cause, but has had to j I Columbu: ,G3. .\prill, 15-6. 3* 2w Arnett, Jonas. F .
useful for the execution of this article." resentatives. CorroN-Ordinarv to good rair, ; a f ic Adderson, John JordonllrtUu.
t combat those who have tried to use these against |' COTTON BAGGING-Ne"w York,peryard, l II 2 .
These extracts in the which Thomas Ritchie, Jr., has been acquitted on a:1 82O itcward.7ILL Addiion. Wm :Johnon
comprtseall .
treaty him. While fully undeistood himself, he has had j' Kentucky, I-I a Bond, James T Johnson, Wm N

relates to the boundary, and we think are conclusive, to contend with a nation whose purposes are even the charge of H.murder Pleasants.A for having. caused, the India, 20 a 2c .5 '\ be man paid HAYS for the apprehension who runaway of fromPerivwola the Brown,Mrs M A Johnson, Irwin F W .

and should all BALE flosa-h'Zentucky, lb. a negro 4 Johnson, Miss MAC
be satisfactory to parties. per : Brown J B
darkness. Under such the 15th and 20th March.hAYS
, in doubts and between
enveloped
On the 24th of May, 190 in conformity with the j jet panic in the money market is attempted Grass, \ a T2iHAGOING '. is a Negro,of light color about Bronson Uaac. I Jones, Dr S F 4
I circumstances what do but follow out likel Geo W
can Congress in New York. The brokers alledge the TWINE, a 3 AlLLpUeter Baker, Col J 2 Jordon, .
passage of feet S 9 inches high, rather <
above Andrew Eliicott appointed 30 a or
was
stipulation, : 2.or years 2
1 f
i hi ,and ? All are agreed bbl. $7 a "i MrsSarah C
suggestions girethenotice of the in the House the per Butler, Kelliuger
commissioner and Thomas Freeman surveyor, on Sub-Treasury as stout ; can read, write, and is a first rate Stew 2
,
that the question must be determined now. I is \ S a 54 ard or Waiter. It is more than probabie that he has Baker, Jonathan KaJ :
the part of the United States;, for the purpose of I cause. I Halt Barrel, 4 a 4} Burgcs, B 3 Kit, James S 0'
1 due to the Oregon settlers that it should be brought forced the signature of Mrs. A. 1. Dade to a pans, Kite,JamesLeslie ,
meal], 02J a 7.3 Dr Robert W
Blak,
C"r per
) running the boundary line. Eliicott published his I to an end. I is due also to the business of the Corrcrpoiulente of the Raleigh Standard. GRAIN-Corn,bushel, hUbc. 40 a 5-) with which he ho"es: to escape free State. The R F John C r
f jVarnal at large in the year 1503. On the part of Spain, above reward with all necessary expenses!will bt Brantley las T
I couatry. But notwithstanding the(.il of postponement WASHINGTON CITY, April 3, 1916. Oats, 5 a $1 for his apprehension and delivery to Mrs. D de Brunt, Mi's Ellen Lipscomb \
Don Miner was appointed, and though the line was and notwithstanding the obvious and admitted Gen. HorsTON FIH-Mackerel, No. 1, per barrel, $13 a 13 paid Bloxam, Wm Lavender Littleton C
reached this the at
each city on 1, hall bbl. 'I a Pcnacola Emerald Linton, Moses "
not distinctly run, yet the points fixing terminus Brigham \
propriety giving the notice, there seems to b a evening of Saturday last, and up to this time 1, qr. 4 a LEWIS A. MID.EO: Bslamy l Janary Law renee, Wn .g
settled and all in Mobile 39
4, 1S40.
were parties acquiesced great reluctance to act finally in the mattir. The his levee has been like that of President Polk} I, eighthbbl. 2J a April Bullock Alfred J Lojd,Nicholas ;

the line designated for more than twenty 'ear.. The Senate continues to debate thp question,and nobodycan j from the date of his arrival here until the in 2, hare 10 a 1 830 REWARD. Baum, Nathaniel Laversage.Thcs .
authorities however think have 6 London, James F
of Georgia, they 2, a Eayley,ThomasBooth" i
, say what they will ultimately do. We confess auguration. Crowds upon crowds of his old RUNAWAY from the subscriber I miles
1, barrel, 6| a 7 : Edwin G Livingston,-
ascertained that the fixed I
subsequently points upon that we are somewhat weary c so much talk without acquaintances and of the curious have flocked Herrings I 1, $5 half barrel 3! a 4 east of Tallahassee, on the night of the 2d Broward, Cot John 2 Stiller George 'f

by the commissioners under the treaty were incor- I any action, and the more so u we do not see j I,| to pay their respects to him. On Monday HIDES-Dry, per Ib. 7 a S *- inst a negro man TOM,tire feet,five inches Blunt, Joseph MerickT .

reL Florida maintains them. Under this aspect I that any thing is likely to take place, which \il'I j!'I morning last his credentials were presentedby Green, 2 a 4c and a countenance half high ; light a peaked complexion forehead, and, with an intelligent a scar- Benjamin, Thomas McLean, Hon D Q
of the therefore it is 'I Deer Skins & a lOc ; Bacon, Miss Emily Marshal John W
question, -
perhaps proper give a more favrrable turn to the dispute The pro his and immediately after lie had extending between the eye-brows to the root of his John
should coleag LAUD, lb., 10 a iVc Brown. Miss Margaret lcelray.
nothing of the result of the deliberations per i
say posed notice must lead to something definite. As a taken ( Scnatorl htnded by Messrs. LEAD-Bar, per lb., & a net; about thirty years old. Ball, Mrs Susan D

of the present commsioer inasmuch a no definite peace measure, it would certainly be the most proper Benton, Calhoun and Webster, gathered around LEATHER-Harness, per Ib 30 a The above said reward will Tom be given, on the to delivery any person of apprehending the Chairs, Benjamin,jan Myrick, John, srMcVoy f

agreement has been made, and negotiations are step ; but if it lead to war, we would be in no him to shake hands. This novel scene Sole, 25 a ,at sl\"e Cults, Wm ,DanielMcMillen.Neil
to
I pending. \Ve are, however, in the possession I Upper, per side, SlJ a 4j same me my plantation.CHAS.. Carter, Robert E \
.tn worse condition than if it were not given. If negotiations in the Senate chamber of the U. States was L. POWELL. MilkrJohn 1
Dressed Deer Skins, 75c a glj Case,Jason
of which hereafter I I
,
domcnt we may publish b cease, war must ceme any how. I they doI I heightened not a little by the eager curiosity I Sheep Skins, 30c a l April 11.1S4C. 3S Craig J G McCall. A N

the decision what it may. They state the case not cease, it would not embarrass their further progress I of the well-packed galleries and lobbies, whose LUMBER per thousand feet, 14 a 15 Carmichael.: Wta McRory, James H
s
fairly, and the conclusions we think arc irresistible. 22 a 25 J pXa CUbing JohnCovington. Mon, Kidder .
for if the two nations are desirous to settle the hundreds stretched forth their necks and rush. MOLAsns per gallon }
lb. 6! a 7 AT THE PIESIX BUILDINGS, Tristram Mays, Dr. Rhyeden 1
-
"Bottled wrath" Aal! point, it would bring them more directly and promptly ed as far forward as possible to catch a glimpse lAIL.. AND per PAIVTS-Sperm, per gallon, $1 U a H now receiving additions to their already large Cook/Miss Mary J EITY, Noah .

to some i issue. of the hero of San Jacinto. Houston is the Linseed, a li ARE of fancy nnd Staple Dry Goo among Crossman, Slathiel N Nightingale,H BNeville.G

Well, it seems we have committed a great blunder Our wish is to have the peace of the two coun- I finest looking and most striking man in appear White Lead, keg, pure, 1 a which may be found every variety for Crembie, David N 3 (

for which we deserved, a the Sentinel thinks,a triespreserved. But whatever is to be the result we ance I ever beheld. He seems to be greatly pr .' :. 1,3 a Ladies Dresses of latest Spring fashion. Also, Eon- Canon, Wm Natalie. PeterChristian '

severe rebuke. Let us see how the matter stands, excited by thus finding himself the wonder of PROVISIONS-Baron Hams, per lb., II a 12 J nets, Ribbons, and artificial Flowers, Lie and J R Neal Wm R 'a"
amiss. We are anxious, and the people are anxious: to know it. Sides, 9 a OJ Gents Gloves, Boots and Shoes, Gents Summer Hats, Carnochan, Dr John Ondl, C B
and whether
have done
.we anything it be they want to provide against its hard the U. States Senate ; and yet exultation did Shoulders, 8 a 9 a large stock of Groceries Crockery and Hardware, Char Green A Phelps, Mrs. Caroline LChair
hope our .will not pmisttd in, when theyhave I not mark his countenance. His frank and Office and Children's Bedsteads Furtnan Pander Benj H :
ero. b ; if it be they' want to enjoy the repose o- Mess Ref, per half bbl S3 a 9 Parlour, Rokinl. Char -
been pointed out to us, and when we have had hip peace of the fact will impart. Peaceis pen features, scared as they are by deep traces SALT, per Sack. - 2 a 2i and Feathers and Northern Bnter. Dixen,Horatio Prevatt. Presly J

sufficient clearness of vision to see them. God forbid a knowledge of care, will, alone, almost account for the SOAP, per Ib., 6 a icSl'GARew Also, three Nortl.er made leather top Buggies, Dorge, Henry Halney Pucket Aaron E i
what they desire. At any rate,if the honor of our Orleans, Ib., SJ lOc with harness to match, be sold cheap. Devane, Cornelius L T F
that should the from attachment of the per I wi
we not remove mote our people to him wherever he
Government can be maintained by it, they would be White Havanna. 12* a 13 Six Thousand Union Bank liabilities, Durden. Henry Parsons, Mrs. Jan C

own eye, before we venture to speak of that which glad to have thissubject of contention taken away goes. You will recollect that when he left Double Refined Loaf, 16 a 17c will be disposed of cheap, if applied for!OD Dodge D K Persons, Thos, J

deforms the eye of our neighbor,and deflects so much Tennessee next to Jackson he concentratedthe Lump. a April 4, l4. 37 3t Dell. Simeon Patterson, Jennet L'

the rays of his vision. I from the many others "hich are likely to disturb the affections of the people) of that State.- TEAS, according to quality, 75c a I li Duval l,Col. John P 6 Roach, Henry L .:

The Sentinel of the 7th contained an article relative peace of the world. From thence} he went into exile among the TOBACCO, according to quality, .. 10 a 50 NEW SPRING GOODS Davis Dulaney Elias Charles: F 3 Ryan Began,Penelope Richard.
But we wo-ild by no means, to a compromise In.1 Leaf, 4 a 3; ,
to the Madison Convention and Mr. YLLJI of an sort short of 49. ape right is so clearas dians, with whom he remained s- me WINDOW Goass-S by 10, $2 a FORTUNE Dozier, master Albert G Russel. Thos T t

which,in our last paper,we chose to condemn. In ) years ; and i is a well-authenticated fact that Everct, :\lilt Rohthei. John
curs is up to that point it would be too great a receiving brig Republic, and daily expecting Emmet, Mrs C Mil Mary
have new per S"Iivn
while the
broken I'
reply to us, the editor of that shows consider never a
I savages IS
paper sacrifice, for the sake of the peace of the world, to treaty 1st Quarter's Report for 1846.. per brig Peconic from New York,a large Evans, Miss Mary Ann Stokten, H P I
able wrath and a quite commendable made vilh/ him on behalf of Texas, they care of FANCY AND STAPLE Sheet, Mrs.
professional assortment
selected
abandon it. Above that, the title to which so many Corporation of Tallahassee in account With Thor and well : Ejles, Vf\ Maia
spirit maintaining the rights, fcc., of his press and not to keep those made with cx-Prcsident La- Barnard, Treasurer.1S45. DRY GOODS,suitable for the Spring and Sum- Freeman, Wm B Simms, /

at the same time treating us to a pretty lbnllihaeI I consider doubtful, there is fair ground for compromise mar of that country. While he was in j ri.vate DR. mer trade, conist in part of the following: Fudge, L S Slemart Miss Frances J ,

of and hot *' notion" We will not I, in order to settle the whole question. Satisfyus life there, on one occasion the Indians refused March 31. To amount on hand, & ;5 Fancy Prints, .Paris Shade Rob, Forehand, Jame Shuler, Nathaniel 1 J
had sayings that our title is clear and unquestionable to 54 White Linen (trench Barpges Fountain,Mr Stillwell, D C
grumble at this, for we know it is hard for a leopard to form a treaty with the Governmentuntil CR. Dri 'Satin Faircloth,Allen Smith, A J J
stripe
40, or even further, and we would not hesitate to insist 154C. Drown.
to change his pots; nor will we retort, for it might We have idea of thing short of he consented to pledge his individual faith January; 2. By a't.appropriated J. Barry, Figured BaMl!. {Graduated Robes, Ferguson, Isaac Shine Mrs. Sarah
no
give occasion for re-opening the"bottled wrath upon upn. any private citizen as he was, that on the p'r of still on hand: S 30. Cottonades: Lama" Fletcher,Lionel Smallwood, Joseph L f
our just rights; but, while any reasonable doubt exists Texas its stipulations should be respected.The .- Jan. 2. By Heat Damon for license for York Mixtures, Wh't Muslin" Fares,James II Smithson, James T
heads. This would ail a-
our own we by means we might hesitate ere we took a step which attachment of the citizens of Texas Billiard Table to April 1st, 2;0 Gambroon Nankin, Fancy, Blonde and llerna- FoJd,Col. Robert 2 Satterwhite, Penelope
roid. is such low that it i to i G W John
Democracy not at a ebb Stephens.
Jan. 21. ,do. -$5? 5 mi Scarfc, Frfmal
could not so retrieved, should we acciden- By
R Eles Coton"
necessary for U', like the sensitive porcupine to b easily him may be well understood from his so recent Drilling, {Rich Satin stripe Barege Fisher, C I Trice Menor T 2

bri.tleup whenever a show of attack is made tally find ourselves in the wrong. Such is the spiritof election to the United States Senate by an almost !- April 1, 1S4C. By balance on hand $52 75 Light Plaid Gingham 3 Scarfs, 1'ordSR Taylor, W W
upon
our institutions; such has been the practice of our unanimous vote. You have doubtlessseen THOMAS BARNARD, Treasurer.. Earlston j Fancy Dress Capes, Felkin,Wm Tammadge, John 2 1

it We may sometime defend our public men apt ruler; such the feelings of our fellow-citizens, and the slanders of him which have for the P. S. Of this amount, 19.n.10 dollars is good Cout ;Rich French work collars, Flowers, John L Thompson, Ei
fault-finders, and in doing ; Silk Points, Griffin, John F Thornton, B :
captious 6 may say the and of one of our states funds, and 33 34-100 Corporation Scrip. Irish Linens, } fancy
which grate harshly upon the nerves olothers. precept example geatet past year been going the rounds of the newspaper THOMAS BARNARD, Treasurer. Damask Linen Napkins, Shaded fringe Polka cord, Godfrey, Mrs Nancy Thomas, Henry

men, in the difficulty which induced say that in this country. They, to my own Examined and found correc April 13, 1S4C. I Towels, $Egyptian Slits, Gramker, John F Tman! Richard B

the genius of our government was I to ask nothing knowledge, (for I have seen the Texas papers JOHN C. F. C. L. C. hkfc (emb. super.) Sleeve and waist girdles, Graham,Alexander Taggart, Wm fGadsden
?*> it has been with us in regard to the Sentinel's -- -- I and Jaconetts, Ladies' white and colored Thompson, Mrs. E C
which and to submit to --_ --. -- --- Cambrics !
was not clearly right, nothing for past) were first started and --- ----- ------- ,
treatment of Mr. YrL E. That gentleman has been regularly years MARRIED.In Grass Cloth, /; kid Gloves, Germany,Eleaner Tindall, J A
which was wrong circulated there. Yet, notwithstanding the do. Geneker, John F Thomas, Wm .
and thread EdgingsGents .
much in the of the whigs of this State,and of Mr. Lemuel Irish
very way Jackson County,at the residence
pertinacity and ingenuity of his enemies, he Cambric and Muslin (edg20 ps. rich Bonnet Rib- Gerard, Mrs Vinzant, Wm.
the consequence is that their presses, with the Sentinel The Commercial Hevlew oftbe South and West, has had a triumph which completely covers Griffin, by the Rev.. Joshua Mercer, Dr. WILLIS L. ings and inserting,) / bong Gaskins, Hardy Washington, Col. Hen

t a their head, have taken great delight in hold-.1 A Monthly Journal of Trade, Commerce, Commercial them with shame well as defeat. From WOODLEY to Mrs. SARAH L. SCOTT.OBITUARY. Black Trimming Lace, Fancy Caps, GoffJamesA Wells, J B '

ir% him the o a Insert Rich Fancy Parasolettes, Hall, Mrs Jane Wall, Wn H
up a a man deserving grossest public Polity, Jgricvltitrr Manufacture Internal the in which he is already _.------- Gimpem ings ; I
approached -
manner -------- ---- Wallis B F
ridicule- Are we to observe this, and remain silent Ifc.f New Orleans-J. B. Printed Paris Lawns DE Bow lpo"mn', Proprietor.We by leading public men here, I doubt not' N. S. Sulphide Muslin, < French Flowers, Howard, Amaao".rd, A LHavens
P Shall the friends of Mr. YCT.E: listen to the been ( the Editor, that he will soon be almost us firmly! f fixed in Died at the residence of William A. Cr Eon Plaid Swiss Muslin, {Fine straw Bnnet ,N Benj D

most disparaging representations of his political care have politely umi"hf by their estimation and in the of Lake Jackson, on the 13th of April, ANN Ombre I 'Eagle Eye Hutchens, John Williams Joseph
not aught in his defence ? ShaU the with the April number of the above work. From good opinion GRAY, daughter of Mrs. Jane Carr and of the Rev. Plain Swiss aid Book do. Florence H'ne Wm James Walton, Thomas

an licensed say to attack at the characterof the hasty glance we have had leisure to bestow up- those who do more than almost all others towards Horatio NeLson Gray.dec'd., formerly of Vermont.A Ombre Balzarines, ,Neapolitan Hastings.Henry Wiiamsn John

press pleasure it ( impressed with its meris.: giving tone and direction to popular sentiment fe,das only previous to her death, Miss Gray Printrd" JPadded Rutland Hodson, Mrs Alary or. Sarah
our public men, but have no privilege to defend on we are favorably in the United States ; I mean the him- was apparently in fine health, presenting that picture Satin Stripe Mourning Rich Lace Holey, Ceo S Whittinjr. B
needed the
them when unjustly Mailed > Shall the right of de- A work of this character is very much in drcds in this connected with the of of loveliness which youth and rosy health and Balzarines, Sa'n Victoriaemb" A R Williamson, Jno R M

fence be taken away, while the right of offence is re South. A greater degree of interest, perhaps ii felt city I\es innocence combined in her to render so attractive at Broche figured mourning English Patterns Hot, El>enezer Wisgtns.; Sarah

unlimited?. this the privilege which *t this time, in regard to the products of the South both parties. the blooming ace of eiz'atecn. But alas for the glory Muslin, Paris lace trim'dThe Humphries John G Woods, Wm
gde. I ----- ----- of this world! .The dais of man are as grass : as Hagrrty, Jackson Woolfc, WmHourk
Sentinel claims .' not reads and West, than at any previous period of our history, above were selected by a gentleman t.t dec.
of the ,why I
eitor I Santa Anna and lUcxico. a flower of the field so he rlourisheth. For the wind and he assured that those who Daniel White, Dr. Wm A
ded
taste,
such a lecture because we ventured to gainsay his and the editor of the Review has undertaken to establish passeth over it, and it is gone and the place thereof call and examine,cannot rst otherwise thanawaid\ Hair,Daniel Ware, RcT' B W

about Mr. He claim the right to a journal which shall be the medium through .Havana correspondent of the Washington shall know it no more." The sure of human him that credit. \ Herch, Jacob Wiias,Mrs.Ma Jane

reak rLE acts in whatever spirit he which the different sections of the country may give Union, writing on the 17th ult. says that fate," insidious disease, laid his stealthy hand He has also just received from New Orleans: Harrison. Thomas >
Mr.
eanvuv 1.a public to Mexico upon this bright and cherished form and neitherthe Shawls worth Persons calling for any of the stove letter
to the world their experience and observation. .In Santa Anna would probably return ; Richembr'd Canton Crapo $10,
think fit but denies u.the right to answer him, of medical art, the of will advertised.
may skill nor sympathy Cambric for please S3J' they ar
Linen ,
M but remarks the writer to this time weep figured dree.
a multitude of counsellors is safety The experiment up
berates os most warmly! if we do. Strange inconsistency thee ing friend, nor the prayers of the faithful. Paris Lawns M. NASH, P. M.

o for one who, in the same paragraph, talks is surely a commendable one,and deserves he has received no such assurances of a fav. stay the blight. The word had gone forth in power Embroidered Robes, April 4, 1S-Ifi.. 37 3t

earnest and encouraging ofable reception a would anthorise him to from Him with whom are the springs of life, and Black Thread Mantilhs-worth $25
wisely about tie privileges and freedom the press. {, IUPPOr The editor of the Union ; the lamb was torn from the mother's and the broth- For Charleston.
The number contains an able and interesting take that step. appends Long Silk O. K. Mitts, (new style.)
-Ai! it is a tad thing, that philosopher will some present en, and tha lover' side, not in anger but in mercy,
remarks of his I All of which he on the reasonable fine Schooi-er .
to the letter some own, term pHE MEUNT.
article the Cotton Plant its earliest otCf mot
on ,
frequently hi.to into her father's fold; a sure hostage for the
time bad logic, aad still l sadder that they gathered March 21,1S46. J. ,Muter, Dlt
U lose their ry, &.c., &.c.,from which much information may b from which we take the following: bleeding hearts that follow, though trembling and 6 ot COKuTrim cargo ,will sail with des-

tepr. derived. The editor encouragingly of his In regard to Santa Anna and Mexico, we afar off. patch' for the above port. For freight
Convention .pk SPRING & SUMMER GOODS.
But how was it tt Madison w Engrafted early into the body of Christ by holy
t We trust agency may had the pleasure conversing to-day with an or passage,apply to
passed over in this last effusion our neighbor prospects. a b Htalihe baptism; the child of one who was himself a" burning rpHE subscribers take pleasure in informing the McNAUGHT & ORMAN,
o and the Review receive a American gentleman who ba visited Mexico, in the Church of .
here cda'wrlcom. and shining light broughtup
ReaDy,wo congratulate him on bid escape from that Go JL citizens of Tallahassee, and the surroundingcountry March 2S, JS4S. SO 3t Newport Fa.
Subscription price and is conversant with the distinguished men a the feet of a pious mother; Miss exhibited that they have just received by the last arrivals .
Fromlls account of the ten- $
wtulsnbject. own and the condition of that republic. He speaks, even in the brief morning of her life, the mature from New York a splendid assortment cf Administrator'* Sale.
dencies of his mind he must look upon this piece of recent election in the chri.tia character. In her own and Staple Dry Goods. And of Pro
in Fashionable, Fancy Hon.
Election Ccttin.-Te too, upon the information of a Mexican who gac" o virtue of an order of the Judge

taetaD with decided satisfaction. How unpleasant this Stale, has resulted in favor of the Democrats has just come from Mexico, and is now in the wu eminently a peace maker. Ling they will be constantly receiving from New Yorkad BY for Leon. County, I will, on Monday, the
and beloved, amiable and it
it t b gentle prudent w New Orleans (selected by the first hou.e in the of veil before the CourtHouse
| to 20th Apnlproiinio.
mOt b begin d"e upon any A victory the more cheering to our Our informant is counsel and for day
United that
noble triumph States persuaded, her olderhealnke for never- above places, with the greatest care and attention, in the city of Xdlahaswe.the entire ioterrsf -
theme, when you know i U 1 hard to wrench the friends,who have felt mortified a the failure of the from what he hears from the citizens of Mexico i tailing Iypathy. it i is in the dark night of particularly'for this market) all seasonable go in dr. estate of Robert Humphries deceased

mind from it. The crk-leg chap fani.he no inapt democrats defeat the combined forces of that Santa Anna will return to Mexicrfn I virtue shines brightest, 1 in the above.line, which they offer low for tub, at in the folo"ir land,to wit : -
Whig
simile of oar when b to write a. I Haleism in New that revolution her last dread hour, when the .gathering shadesof their store in Tallahassee o Montirello. N W i, S 26; E i of S E J, S 21.in T
and and
i. bn. Hampshire the month of a new
May
death" drew on,when the cold clammy dew clus
L. H. GREENBERG CO. the
Ablition.m Sold satisfy
bout that if what r & & 2, R 2,N ud dma
l says b though the result of that election shows the demon is at hand tere upon her icy brow, the spirit failed not; ah March 21,1846. 3 said estate. -E T. .p

trut. Or, ply h* feels more i the condition of that little Sate to b as firm u her i It f. aid that Pa redes is in favor placing .til p3es her soul in peace,and chid her weep- March 21. 1846.. 1. BIRCH
gan their grief. She reminded CLOTHING CLOTHING IA
J\Q GipiQ defeat in Connecticut blood uceie
a whig a prince (perhaps Spanish ) -
Grins European
bi them that it the hand of her Heavenly Father LARGE SMortment of SPRING and : -

"Away.Away gae GDpin hat*ad, neck wig o. nought. i like a green spot in a wute of deserts-like prnt on the throne, bu that be cannot succeed In that wu 'upon w per, and that He would not-take he CLOTHING t.Aljo,_ BOOTS, SUM, 'r.-or.da

BalUtUdraaat G when be .t oat. which feet have lettan. Tap' desert strand. j the enterprise ; th Sat jlnna is troagly fro then were it not fa the be t. In her last hour ,J'uU81n4 u 1< c'_ ,A"n 'Ph.f'.filh:

bit .nt. it- .Rumors wu to (III from Him to whom 'co.. ,
Of nuxabf each a rif." The whig candidate ..Eissell. i M8 opposed pre* .e D'nt.r in ib :- 33 -. I .re"a.l$ .PYAJI>
bern ThilyCovenant : Mareh2l.lS-t.
4-Wean c tiuthc m confession t f. votes thsad ofTotKrey.dernccratWringMT i I &f also afloat, (derired: from the tame Mexi 10 u 11:0W ,


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Buiiawhjr In Jail. Sale 1846. State Tax Collector's sale. NEW BOOKS, %c. Notice. Suite Tax-Collector*. Salt. .
first May,
.:;, : tbe Jail of Leon County virtue of .Ioca writs of.fieri facias,issued from BY virtue of the power rested in me by law, Ihall HISTORY of Puritanism, by Thomas W. Colt D. SIX months ae Probate date I shall for Jefferson apply to County the Hon-,for "D Y virtue of the p in me by law-,1

';- :I .KCOMMITTEDto the 21st of March. BY the Cler..'s tre otBcc of the Circuit Court for the expose for sale, before the Court House ?. and Fruit Trees pf America, by A. Letters of dismission Administrator of Joel JL) expose for tJe the Court (tat*4w t I

: : aged: about 30 year., who County of Leon, Middle Circuit of Florida,wherein door, in the town Jasper,County of Hamilton on J. Downing. Christmas Holidays in Rome. by W. J. Walker.late of said county.a deceased. the city of Tallahassee,county of Leon, .1

: I and belongs to Moses Asa Munson Jesse Atkinson and Mary Chandler are The first Monday in September next, Kip. Lie of Paul Jones by Alexander Slidell Mac JESSE WALKER. On the August
Practical Astronomer. by Thos. Dick, i
Limon of Jefferson! County,Florida.: The owner isrequested and Procter is defendant. I have Te frsl.Vqa n
George will December 27th 1S45. 23-Cm the following
1 plaintiffs the property, or so much thereof Wilson on Skin much
: to come forward, property and take f"lowin a Healthy theef will
prove and sale before the Court I
him away, otherwise he will be dealt with according leied upon willexpe'sefor pay Slite and County taxes due on the same for The life of Frederic Schiller, by Thos. Carlyle, Notice. pay the State Tax due on th same for the rear
House in the Tallahassee, on Monday \ '
door city 184-3 Tales i. N W 4, S 18,T 2 N 154V
to la-.v. the >car : Wiley and Putnam's Library No. 2, Poe'a and R,
J. W. SHERWOOD, Jailor. the fourth described day of May next. within to wit legal: hours, the TheSE-i ot Sec 33, and the E i of the N E lot Citizen of Prague,by Mary Howitt, SIX weeks the Judge after of date Probate, the for undersigned Leon County will, for apply letters lands belonging to Col. R. W. Williams, adjb t

.. following property. Sec 33,and the entire section 34. and the WJ of of Milan Newman's known.
Lady Essay on Developement
March 2S, IS-IG, 30 Lot No. 2 22, in the north addition of the city ofTallabasaee. 35. and the E: i of the S W 4 of- Sec 20, all of S. Fremont' Exploring ExpPition. Masonic Chart, of admini.trtion on the estate of John Judge, The E 1. S E 4. S 1 N E 4 of N E 4. S 24. N J'

Tux Collcfor's Notice. Lot No. 25-1, in the original plan R12NardE. The NE4ofS2andtheNjof53andtheNElofS4TlRl2NandE.Pur. American ", ,, Lesle's Cookery late of said county deesd. i lot N W 4, S 24, T 2, N and E, W |,S W 1
thereof and Lots Nos. O'J and 35, in the S i of county EDWARD J
p Past and Present, by Carlyle, BR.-DFORD. S 19, N W J of N W l, S 19.T 2, R 3, N and E* S
T HAVE this day levied upon lots Nos. eight nine quarter. porting to belong to the estate of Hector W. Bradcn. Splendid (family Bibles very low prices. RICH. H. BRADFORD. W4 of N W 4, SI9NW 4 ofS.SIOT2> S 1
JL a"l: :d tea and eleven, McNeil's survey containing Levied upon the property of said defendant and R a March 14.1S4C. 34 fiw 3NandE Sof :
a AlsotheNWL oftheSE4oS7T I. 14, Clerk' Assistant Baptist ; NE4S24.T2 ;
Harony.Mercer' R2J
sixteen' hundred of'land less,lying be.twna be sold said writs of AVri iacias. acres more or to to satisfy .
N and E., purporting to belong to the estate of Cluster Buck's Theoloica Dictionary, Administrator's Notice situated lying and being about fifteen miles
and be sold
Little River and Rocky Comfort to A. A. FISHER, loh.
bsfora the Court House door in the town ofQuinC'y. :31.186. B1J.W.SIIRftwooDD.S.Sale Sherif.Math Washington Dunham. Shakspeare with forty en aingt. SIX months afterdate, the undersigned will make east of Tallahassee, on the road leading to Barney)
Alsothe SE4of S 31. T 1.R13. Store the
purporting SCHOOL BOOKS &c.Goorlrich's or to Mieccookie Lake
oath! first Monday ia July, 1946 for the County final return and exhibit, to the Judge of Probate purporting lo t .
to the estate of Benjamin Chaires. U. States and Questions to do. lone to estate '
taxej due Gad len County for the year eighteen hunt first Monday in May, 1840. beong. Sections 25 and 3:, in T1. R 12, N and E., Parley' Common History School History, for Leon County, a administrator on the estate The E I, N Theophilns E4 ndSE4.S25 Hymsn.NW4.NEL

dra end forty-five(aSU)and costsby the claimants BY virtue of a writ of fieri fad a!, issued from : purporting to belong to the estate of Thomas Liv Parker's Exercises on Composition of Roderick Mclnnis deceased, and ask for a discharge S3'3TaR2.NandEEjSE4s; 29 W 3
o! Faroes Purchase the of the Ap-ilchi- as such administrator. ; i
proper; the Clek's office of the late Superior Court for ingston. Davies' Algebra, Davie Lengendre. : VT i, S 3U, T 3, R 3, N and E., near
cola. Land Company.JAMES MCMILLAN the County of Leon, Middle District of Florida, Also, the W i of the N E 4 of S 33, Day's Algebra, Ainsworth's Latin Dictionary, JOHN MANNING, Adm'r. nington purporting to belong In.ituate MU-
A. March Cm
wherein Gepree W. Call for the use of. &c.,is plaintiff The E IoftheSWlofS33. Leverett's Latin Lexicon Tacit 14.1840._3 the Southern Life Insurance a
.. Kingsley' us, and Trust
Co Tax Collector.
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Dec. 29.1S45. 24
Q" ,
Company.
racT ; and William Choice Administrator is defendant TheE 4oftheNElofS33, Latin Lessons, Levizac's French Gramma.Hnlmu' Gold Pens. The E j,S E 4, S *; WI i. S W 4. S 10; N W 4.

JOHN EIlSlilNC. I have levied upon and will expose for sale, The W | of theSE4ofSS3.TheNEloftheSElofS33. French Phrases, Envelopes for Letters, Brig Emeline, 2 dozen Wood- S1S.T1.R I I. SandE ; S 17.T I. R 1. N and
JUST per
ATTORNEY AT LAW before the Court.house door. in the city of TaJaba. Perforated Paper Coral Necklaces and Amulets J ward's rteivrd.No. 1 Gold Pens the best article manu except the E i, S E 4 of said section; also E I.E

Florida.WILL !ee.on Monday, the fourth day of May, TbeSWlofth'rSWlofS27allinT2Rl3, I. &c., &c. Just received per Brig Emeline, and for factured. For sale by W4.Sl7T2RlNandWEiNW4,39.T
attend Quluey the Justices' Courts of Gadsden legal hour, the following described propeity, to N and E. Also, the E i of the N W 4, and the W sale by P. A. HAYWARD. February 23, P. A. HAYWARD. 2, R 1, N and W., adjoining the lands to
of Middle wit: i of the N E lot S 5,T 1. R 13, Nand E..purporting February 25, 19t6. 32 J8132 Geo. T. Ward, Esq'r.about five miles belonging
the Circuit Court Florida The W. of S. W. ,of Sec. 22,T.2, R. 2. N -
i &r. to belone to the estate of Hardy Bryant. Tallahassee, owner not known.The c
New York 151
of
Courts Counties
ad the in the adjacent: Georgia. C1y-No. Broadway.
tf Levied upon a the property of said deendat. Also the N W 4 of S 20,the W J of the N E 4 of S Southern Harmony. E i of N W 4of S8inTlR1Ntis4W

t-JfoTamber2 Sentinel?, 1S43..; 19 to be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri f.das. 20 the NEt ot the S W 4 of S 20. the S W i of the 15a: COPIES SOUTHERN HARMONY, just JAMES J. BIRGEAN3 SO acres, near Lake Jackson,purporting to belong t.,

: copy.COMMISSION A. A. FISHER. Sheriff. S W4 of S 17. the El of the S W 4 of S 17, theS received and for sale by Charles Williamson.

IiI l'it. m2JI March31, 1S40. By J. W. SHERWOOD D. S. W 4 of the S E 4 of S 17, all in T I. Range 14, N Nov. 15, 1S4. 17 P. A. HAYWARD.To Mmm WtI51 m, TheNV4ofSW4.S2GEjSE4salI

g ;) 9 and E., purporting to belong to Edmund B. Vass. the friends of the Insane. HAS taen the above store, between the CITY in T 2 R 2, N and E, containing 120 36-100 acrtt.nituated. ,

MERCHANT Sale first Monday in May 1840.TY I S E i of the S W 4 of S 1. T 1 I. R 13, N and E.. and FRANKLIN HOUSE, where he lying and being abt.nt fourteen toilet northeast

.. No. 4. Front Lene.rEW.ORLEANS virtue cia writ of Fieri Facias issued from the purporting to belong to the estate of Wm. J. Mills.MILTON THE Williamsburg Directors of the would Virginia inform Lunatic the public Asylum of the, will keep on hand a choice selection of FRENCH of T.llaha see, purporting to belong to the

La. JD Clerk's office of the late Superior Court for the J. BRYAN AND ENGLISH CLOTHS CASSIMERS, VEST tate of Robert Humphreys. n
Southern States that, by a recent law of the Legis.laturethey
attend to BUYING !SELLING RECEIV county of Lon, Middle District of Forid1. wherein Shff. and ex officio Tax Col. H. Co. receive insine INGS &.c. He would respectfully solicit a continu. Also, the following town lots: Lot No. in ths

WILL and FORWARDING, with promptness Ellen W. is plintif. and Protor and February 7S, 1840. 32 Cm board are,from empowered other States. This i is patients ance of the patronage of his Florida friends,believ. original plan of the city of Tallahassee, .2
paying ra
.; and despatch. William \\'ced n defendant3,1 have levied upon. Institution of the kind in the Union been ing he will be enabled to give them the most entiresatisfaction. lot'No. 174 in the north addition to tbe city Tat e

November 9.1S45. 1G and wi I expos for sale, before he Court-house door Tax Collector's Sale. I founded by the Colonial Government in having 1'0'j and lahassee, also lot No. 76 in the south half

in city '>f Tallahassee,on Monday the fourth day T)Y virtue.of the power vested in me by tw. I shal I is,from its location,best adapted for Southernersbein ; April, 15. 37 county quarter of said cify. o.

Notice.ALL of May next: within legal hour, the following described 13 expose for silo bt fore. the Court dor. ;removed from the piercing cold of the North,and New, Extensive and Spin dd Also the lands purporting belong to toe .Apa

4 person indebted! to the estate cf Wiley property, to wit : Madison County I'lorida.. on the from the enervating heat of the South Its curative ASSORTMENT OF lachicola Land Company," lying In th couniy
,,late of Jefferson deceased, will Lot No. in the original of the Leon North o
of ,
County 2H. pbn city I'irsl ; by
Monday September, J 1846 capacity ii of the highest order: nine out of ten bunde dear t
nike immediate payment to the subscriber; and Tallaha ee. Also Lots No. 3'U, 3.: and 3'3' in the the following,property 1 cr so much thereof will cases recover, it received within the first six monthsof OLOT @ a @, West by Ocklockny River Scuth by th"W
those claims said must south half of the a bscribe. are now receiving a hoe of and
having against estate present couiity quarter. THE uct. Wakulla by the St. Mark
pay the State taJu<- un the same for the year 1S-15 the disease. It i is of access, steamers daily E"t Rnr. u
easy a of
thc-m for payment to the Administrator within the Levied upon as the,property of said defendants, CLOTHS, C.'SSl.JER. ,ts. VEST- kncwn part of Purchase."
viz The a Forbs'
: at a wharf not from the \Asluin.
time will be barred of recove and sold stop fa mo. INGS which they are in
be writs .
required bylaw,or they to to satisfy aid of fieri facias.A. prepared A.
The E J of the S K 4, and N E4oftlieSE4and ern treatment the non-restraint system, FISHER
SMITH( SIMKINS. Sheriff. A. ( upon the most fashionable manner. Also,a large supply Shff. and
ry. FISIrR. Sherif the N W .1.| purporting to belong! to George E. Dennis successful operation. The apartments admit of classification ex-offieio Ta.Ce.L J
and er-ojfieio Administrator. March 13 I91'5. J. .
By \ S. -taxes SO cents. of patient! according to their state of mind READY MADE CLOTHING, January 24,1546. 27 Gm.f
Jefferson County, February 21, ISJfi. 31 tm
IVolicr.OIX Range t ,Tow riship 1. S and r.purporting to be- and also: a complete division of the cases of nociety. (made up by ourselves,)in the ltet style,consisting Tnx Collector's Notice.
JUST RECEIVED DIRECT FROM HAVANA UYJ. months long to Sauiucl Hadley-taxes "(00. The fare is and the f- per week. in
alter date the un will ecelent. part
< isjnnl
cr T HAVE this levied
prc. day the
lots
R. FORTUNE, O his THOMAS We have bd-rom3. a parlor tastefully furnished Frock Press and upon following: O
sent a'COl1h an ] voucLeis to the Judge of L.\rGFORD. Business Coats : JL of land The
and .. C. with curtains, sofa, ,ottomans, tract : north west half vf the north
carpet
p PRIME CIGARS boxes of 100 Probate of Wakulla County, Aclminis'rater "the S1f C / cenlre-tale Black and Colored Frock
of Cloth and
90 000 February 14, 1( 30 Cm mirrors books and a piano: for summer Des Coats eat quarter, and the north east half of Ihe northwest
each, estate of M. C. Robertson, and apply for letters of Cloak and Overcoats, Tweed quarter, Section twenty-one. tbree
retreats extensive enclosure fur Sa Township .
an evening
12 doZe. bottles aworted SWEETMEATS, dismission from the said estate. ; Beaver Bus. Coats three, hundred
ad containing one and sixty
acres
Land for hale. rambles; a carriage for morning and evening ride; & Rang
20 Ibs. Spanish Cinnamon CHOCOLATE JOHN P. HUNGERFORD furnished with books and Plain and Fancy Vests, more or le'9,and to be sold before the Court
2 kegs OLIVER In right of his wife M. .A. Hungcrford. BY virtue of an order and decree of the Hon. T. a reading room new.pa.per House door, in the town of Quincy,on the first MOD-
and various of amusement.A Black and Satin, SilK,
moreover means figured Cashmere Valencia
12 doze GAUVA JELLY. December 13, IS..- 23 Cm Chace,Judge of Probate fur Jeffer/on County, Chaplain; resides in the building and to and Silk Velvet. day in July, 1S40 for the County taxes doe GadsdeO
February 14. IS4d. 30 directed to tu Commissioners, we will offer at preaches for the
a County 1543, ISH and 1945 and costs
[fl, a W public sale at the Court house in the town of Monticello the patients every Sbbath. Letter of inquiry should PANTS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. the property of yeas Malcom Gilchrist. ,
be directed to Dr. M. GALT, and I
: For Iluvatm. the of on the 20lh April the tract of land Phyican
practice
in its 1fonlby. JAMES A.
MCMILLAN
t HAl commence fficioe. of the Eastern ALSO -A VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
___ fast-siilini* packet Schooner bunchts. in the city of and I lately by Bentley,decese.consisting Superintendent Asylum Quincy Dec. 29, 1845. 24 Co. Tax Collector.
) : THE I bur!;, Virginia. Cotton i. Linen Shirts, Cotton, Nett. Merino
4 ANTAIV R. S. Hubbard Master its vicinity. Residence at the City Hotel. of the following parcels viz: Et N W 4.
.. .2.4 will leave about the 13th of each April 4, 1S4<). 2t. and E i of S W4Sec3OT3R4, and E; W March 14,1S4G. 31 eowlOw I Collars, Lmb..wol. Canton Administrator Notice.

month St. Marks and Apalachicola.- NW4S3OT3, R 4-, :and E; and E 'N E J, S Stocks, anr and months after date, apply to the Honor
Far passage o ily. apply to J. R. FORTUNE Dr. JXO. G. GAMBLE, Jr., 25, T 3, R 3, N and E., containing in all Three Hundred WILLIAM H, WARD Cravats JeanJUndenbirtsadGlovs. SIX Judge of \i Leon county for letters
Drawers
February 14. I I4-V .tn< Phi. P.1.1A OFFERS his Professional Services to the citizens and Twenty Acres. Terms of sale : On a credit ATTORNEY LAW AND GENERAL AGENT of dismission a administralc of the estate
Hand'chiefs, silk, camHalf Hose,
until the first day of December next, o
and its so Joshua late of said
.. .. Talahuee vicinity. i except City or Washington D. C. brie and Sis, Ccunty dens.
Just Ueccived much be Caps.Suspender. ,
; by. a' '' ''' Nor. 17 tf as may necessary to pay the (ot of Court & lat SOLOMON Adm'r.
i ESPECTFULLY that he will attend and Shoes
BBLS. PRIME LARD charges cf L.ommisi.ner, and advertisine. J3 announces &c- 7, 1846. 296m.
2 5 ke..s.. f3R D EN JNO. N. PARTRIDGE, IX to the prosecution of Claims before the severalExecutive Every requisite to I Gentleman's Wardrobecan February: ,
F. P. MILLER Departments of the Government, and
I 10 bbls vellow Irish Potatoe ATTORNEY NUW BOOKS. Ac. r
AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. claims the United States for Lands be found at their establishment on the most reasonable
March 35 March 21 l. 1S-M. 31 (Is Commissioner againt or Money,
I 21,1S40. *
Ja r r. Hamilton County, Florida. to the settlement of Public Accounts to claims beI'.ire terms. Our stock wil bt replenished by the rpOWNSEND'S Bible arranged i!histoia and
J.
November Administrator's arrival of almost from New York during chronological order in 2 vols. .
Co-farm nip. ISM. 19 Notice. Commissioners under Indian or other Treaties, every oe.
months after to and other Land Claims and the the season, by new goods purchased by Mr. Sufferings of Christ by A. La'man,
'T'lIEu'\der..igned.having this day associated them. date I shall apply to the Pre-emption to
SIX lon. Youatt the Horse
JL selves tozether under the firm of STARR. H. ASOTJE3B, I Judge of Probate of Leon County for If procuring of Land Patcnt. to Pensions in the Army SILL fAN.who will remain North during the Tliier's on life of ,Dt.Lrdne'.letDre.1Nc.

LLOYD and FLAGG will continue the mercantile \ & Commission Merchant of dismission I the estate of Charles A. :Nelson and Navy, or bU: ncs: 'therewith to the puroe. We flatter ourselves by The Chainbearer, Gaper's, last t"work,
biriness: at the Store formerly occupied by W. F. J\uctoneer late of said Count, deee: ed. obtaining of Patents for scientific or useful Inventions such an arrnlfment. by selling EXCLUSIVELY I ,
t Lloyd where they will be pleased to see their for. lildine. recently ocupit JAMES A. BERTHELOT. t and to all other business of a public nature requiring FOR we shall be enable to sell cheaper O'Donrghue by Chrlt Lever,
by Starr The challenge of Barletta the Italian
Iesr. Si Fb his than any other the city. All frc1 cf
an
tar customers. M. STARR o : ( ts Surviving' Administrator. ; Agent.
't W. F. LLOYD. may be commanded the above line. March 21, 11'*.. 35 Cm Claims against I promptly attended to, persons in want of clothing are respectfully invitea DAzegIio. Thrcbold cr Ihe Fanatic, by Hearich
March 22. IS..10. 3o titles individual, to call and examine and judge for themselves. Stilling The Visionary, by Schiller,
r.'bnmy 15, 1S40. 31 F. If. FLAGG. investigated
Sale oT Lands CLARK t Only a Fiddler, the Authors Daughter,by
J Last Notice.ALL .Jefferson County. Information given free of charge. All letters to STILLMAN an MU
1o1Ice.I pursuance and by virtue.: of an order and decree be post-paid. Monroe street, next door to Starr fc Flagg. Howitt. The Boy, by Mrs. S. C. Hall,
persons indebted to the estate of Henry J. IN November 1. 1545. 13; If The Foster Brother,edited by Leigh Hunt,
I months after date we shall present our act the lion Judge of Probate in and for the County REFERENCES :
SIX current and vouches: to the Hon. Jude notified.. deceased late of Leon County are i of Jefferson I will to public sale at auc. Hon. A. S. WHITE, U. S. Senate. Knights of the SealThree Nights in a Lifetime,

: of Probate lor Jefferson Count v, and then apply lor delay hereby to S. S. SIBLEY that payment, must b made withond. tion for cash before the expose Court House d.or.in Mon- E. A HAXNEGA, M'CANTS & SPENCER, The The Jesuits White Slave, edited by C E. Lester,
Agent, further indulgence Florida Book of Law
,
letters of dismission and executrix of a ticello, ALEX.
executor the BARROW
as be on Tuesday 2ift day of April next, all .
Joseph M. White late cf) said County deceased. can granted.WESLEY the right, title and interest of Joseph Manning late .. JAMES SEMPLE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Forms American Alml&(or 186. Albums, Gold

1, THEOPHILUS BEATTY. 2S. IS 10. IXXIXG.dm'r.. of said county deceased, in and to the following de. .. D. R. ATCHISON, "Tl JILL practice in the CourU of the Middle DisV Pens, &c

t ELLEN A. BEATTY.JefleMon February scribelardi, lying and being in the county of JefiTSCin C. ASHY, V trie and the Court of Appeals and in tha SCHOOL BOOKS.

", : County, February 2S. IS II). 32 ram LAW XOTICC.IPO ( to wit : I J. J. HARDI.V, of Illinois. lower Counties of Georgia. Offce at Iontielo' Morse's New Geography, Parley's New ratica

1" BRAfCH.I I I The S 6lf the N W 4 of Sec 23, S. A. DOtCL.U, Fla. Sept.2l,1S44. Geography, Anthon's Hcmer, Horace, ,

1 10'1I BRANCH. Io'a. The S \4 of Sec 29. I WILLIS GREET, of Kentucky. On Bullion's.. English and Latin Grammars,
C' J. & L. BRANCH a The S 4 of N R4ot Sec 20, I JoHN PETTTT,of Indiana. Consignment. Latin Reader, Latin Tutors,

ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, ATOREY .AND COtSELLOR LAW. A part of the S E 4 of Sec 2'J, being 20 acres in I S. C. SAMPLE, I 1 I CASK Su/ar cured hams Sugar,Tea. Rice, Emerson's Arithmetics, three pat

Quincy, Florida. the N W corner of the same, C. B. SMITH, L Candles Soap, Mackarel, Loaf Sugar, Flour Eclectic Reader.three par!. Angel! Series,

$ TALLAHASSEr FLORIDA. WILL attend the several Courts of Middle Flo TheE ioftheNElofScc3l, J. A. I Cheese. Crackers, Vinegsr, Mustard. Pepper, Cumstock's Philosophy, GreenleaPs Arithmetics&e.
connection with the Southern Life Insu \R'CHT. .
'I THEIR I and of Dccatur County, The N W 4 of 5W 3>, J. B. BOWLIN of Missouri. SpiceGingerNuttnegs.DriedApplesand Peaches, Just receiye and for sale by

& Trust Company having entirely ceased January 3. l4d. 24 Georgia. The N W 4 of the N E 4 of Sec 32, all in T3, of J. M. HUGHES 1bccaroni. Butter and Onions for sale by January 17. &. 2 P. A. HAYWARD.
will their attention
i they hereafter give exclusively R5Nand E. .. HEWRT of Wisconsin. If'cemler 13. 1543.- 21 R H. BERRY. -
DODE.
I -4'. to their profession. E. BAIl.\AieD( Jr., Also i of'lot No. 0, of fractional Sec. 15, in T 2, April 12.1S45. 33 Notice. NEW BOOKS, Ac.
will attend the Court of the .
I They Supreme State TNFORMS his friends and the of R4NandE. TUST received per Brig Sampson, Narrative cith.S. .
: 1 oi each of the Courts for the :Middle Circuit.March" he has taken the store nn the public cor ROBERT C. Adm'r. R. H. BERRY & Co. SIX months afterdate, I shall apply to the Hon. Expedition to the Rocky Maintains and to O

t i. 1310. 33 Monroe and Two Hundred Foot Jefferson County Mach 21. HURT M undersigned have this day formed a Co-part cf Probate cf Jefferson County, for letters gon and North California in 1S43 and 4, b Capt. .
IS.6.
THE of dismission Executor of the estate of Elizabeth C.
a Fremont price 3"J cts.
: q nearly opposite Ihe Court house, under the above name, for the trans
I LA'WN1tJ.< may-be found a general assortment i r 1 GOODS. mission of a GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS.R. Jones,late of said County. deceased. The Crescent and the Cress by Eliot Waburon

/ILLIAM h. BROCKENBROUGH &. AUGUS I ANl MEDICINES. Every at- rich style Muslins Ginghams H. BERRY, RICHARD TAYLOR. Esq., Illustrated edition of the Pilgrim's ,
I > >' TU3 E. MAXWELL will practice in partoer Physicians and Planters. 200 aref Print. Muslin Ging. D. P. Jefferson County, Drc. 20, 1545. 2 Cm upper's Proverbial Philosophy.sbookothougbt, ,

; :..p. They will attend the counties ofthe Middli good quality, low for cash. hams! Shawls, Scarfs:, Capes and Collars, Gloves. November 10. 291 1S4 5 '! HOeE and arguments cri inallv. treated.-

t : District of t'loridJack.on and Franklin coun : a supply cf SHERMAN'S .vuits. Hosiery, a superior assortment of Laces and M. D. PAPY Illustrated edition of Vicar of Wakefield,
tics, in the Apalachicola District. The county ofThonas CAMPHOR and CATHARTIC Embroidered Muslin and a vaticty of m Dante's Poetical Works translated by 1 T.Gary

V G orgia.. The Court Appeals of Fh'rida, LOZEGE valuable articles, and the most agree articles to numerous Trimminll.mentIn. Just t received HOUSE AND STAIR BUILDING. 2 @m l.9 1W The Philosophy of Mystet by Dendy,
1 and the District and Circuit Coirts of the United administering mficnM. and for sale by Practice in all the Courts in the Middle Holmes' lite ot ,

i States at Tallahassee. SHERMAN'S POOR MAr'S PLASER. the L &II. GREENBERG &CO. GERARD VINGERHOETS WILL Office on the first floor of the Cap Arnold's Rugby School Sermons,
RKSIDEXCT' : cheapest and best plaster March 21, 'id. 35NOTICE. itol, South wing. room formerly occupied by the Parker's aids.to English composition
,.' WM. H. BROCKENBROUGK.Tallahassee. lor Rheumatism, Pains in the Back, Side,and Weakness {"'-tzt door South f the Union Bank) Secretary of the Territory. Chances and Changes, or Life a it Is,by Charles

AUGUSTUS E. MAXWELL .. &c.Also. : | notice that he is prepared to Noember 15, 1S45. 1 Burdett, Rur Economy by Boossinghault

lt J April 19, 19U. 39 tf DR. FOLGER'S OLOSAONIAN, or ALL.HEALING FORECLOSURE OF Iw his friends and the public Book Colonies, by John Frost,

Sale.TWO FINE BUGGIES BALSAMari invaluable arice for Colds, .MORTGAGF THE SOCTH- articles of CABINET FUR. %oth.e.SIX Book of Goo Examples, by John Frost,

.1 For Harness for Cash, at Northern Coughs, Asthma, Bleeding at the Consump.tion heirs of John FLIUfA. will made up in a style not to be months after date I sbal present my The book Chrslma. by Thomas K. Kerrey,
account
I prices.v and its kindred diseases.. Pamphlets, containing THE! notice that I I. Swler. dectas by any workman in the State. vouchers to the Judge of Elinor W*% J. G.Cooper, '
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CLARK & STILLMAN. I certificates{ from persons in high standing, respecting ings forthwith, in the Circuit Court for the Southern i prices corresponding, with the Jefferson County, and then apply f"r letters of di,. Th quiet Husband, The Squire, The Heiress,by i

November 1. 1645. 15 its valuable effects, can be had gratis by ape Circuit of Florida., to foreclose the mortgage I holdup fa. Tables of various kinds. Set mission a Administrator of the several estates ofGeorge Mis Pickering ;

plying as above. n certain real estate of John I I. deceased, and e\r description and RitchieGeorge Smith Silas Krupp and John Ascanio., or the '. Apprentice by A. Co .
.
.\ 'I'_ Dr. Hull's Pulmonary Balsam, 'TaIahaiee. January 10, lS4fl.. 25 tf1oIe. in the city of Key West, situated Swyer. corner of to or repaired at the Ackley. ALEXANDER JERN1GAN. mas. Love and Mesmerism,by Horace Smiths
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far Caught Cold, Atthmat, Croup BrtmtliiJlU.J Duval and Front streets, and known u part of lot is also prepared to contract for December 6, 1545.- 2 Cm The illnstratedhisto'yofPalestineby Jno.Zltto.
} JVhooping'Cough taflutnta, Hoarseness number three in eJ. and such other work as is The Manuel of Matrimony, by a Bachelor, .
.t Soreneti or Paint in' the cheit Spitting SIX months after date the undersigned will apply A. G. Bowman's plan square of nmnbr city.seven, according to carpenters. His prices in Wnkullu CountyTAXCOLLECTOR'S My.terie of the Bak-o by T.B. Thorpe,SB- '
of Blood, Consumption Difficulty the Honorable James E B-oome. Judge of !; this department\ will be such 8 to induce those, desi- thor of Torn Owen,

.. b of Breathing Ife. 4r. Probate,of Len county for leter dismission from By S. CJARLF MALLORY.his rious of building to give him employ,while the quality SALE. A Winter Gift for Ladies, being instructions In j
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..1' the estate vf F. Brant. deCta Kev n: Attorney. of his work if it does not tispati, will at least BY virtue of the authority vested in me by law, Needle-work,
THIS article has long been held in high eshma.t. F. WIENKER. \ Wet Mach IS.G 33 eow4m eeualanv work done in this dlv.'r0 I- -have.-- thi-. Hav- l n."vipH n_ imnn- *nA uiil? ."r> .. .,.n Flemine Field. Nich Bierlow.. . .
f Inc the cure of disease of the breast and G. J Almr .. the citizens sale in front r.yv' of Venice" The PoiniCadet Tl l rt
6 VINGERHOETS The Upper Kuwuiinec Springs of Tallahassee, and surrounding public of the Court House,in the county West ,
., I. ', lan s, and is offered to the public as a remedy deserving January 10, 1816. 25 f m EAST FLORIDA. country' he would return his most hearty of Wakulla State of Florida, Love and Murder, Durbin's ia tin
who thus afflicted. thank Obnlo
all
a trial by are -- the
;4 Particular directions accompany each bottle of the For Sale. subscriber takes t.i, method of in that patronage he way continue he has heretofore to give satisfaction received, and enjoy On ihcjirst Monday in August next, East Noye's, Clak's Caesar, Plfairs. Eucld, Paper, for Win

'. medicine. Price :50 cents. WELL selected Miscellaneous of the .Tlm his friends the public that between the usual hours the Ne
i. r A Library their confidence and favor. following pieces o dow Curtains, House Paper and Holders, *e.,-"/
in Tallahassee Florida by taken a lease of Ihe above establishment
4- S-ld most approed English editions of standard February2S.I5413. 28 parcel of lands viz : For sale by P. A. HAYWARDC
t I: LEWIS &. AMES. Druggists. ''dk consisting: of about one thousand volumes. lor a term of years, and will be prepared to accommodate ly 8, containing 474 acres,and known January 24. !Sr. 27 /,
-: December G. l45.: 20 I'articular.apply to all who may favor. him with their com oJiwU. W the River Surrey, according to the original survey

\ .CnrmnckfciuiiuelB.Sle- JOS. F. BYTHEWOOD pany. As regards the mineral qu.htie of the svaIcr [tl made by Asa Hartfield. Surveyor. Also, lots number NoUce.SIX .
Samuel
pliciisaiidJ. \ Baker January 10, lS4q.-' 25 Ocilla, Jefferson County. it cannot be surpassed by any watering place in 42, 43, 44-, 51, 52. 53, CO, 01, 62, *8, 69, 70, 79, months after ''date, I shall the '
to Ren.
t' apply
America. The Springs will be opened by the first 80, SI. each 300 acres, and known and of Prcbite for
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW. Nut ice. of containing Jefferson Ccuary( letterfr
day May. Charges moderate,and every attentionwill according to the original of dismission o

i: HAVE formed a partnership in the practice of : months after date I shall apply to the Hon. be paid to the comfort ol all who may favor him survey made by Asa HartfeJd. Surveyor. All the of said County as, deceased.Administrator of Edmund "Ian

i and will give their joint attention to bu- SIX of Probate in and for Jefferson County for with their company. above described lots lying and being GEORGE W. *

: s sine* confided to their care in the Middle Circuit of dismission as Executor of John Moore FRANCIS A. HUSON, Proprietor. in the county of Wakulla on the west side of Jefferson County, STANDLEYJ
letet January 10,
., e and in the Counties of Jackson and Franklin of the lote of said county deceased. March 7, IfclO. 33 3m the Wakulla River being;a portion of what is knownas 186. e

.: t Western Circuit. SAMUCI B. STEF-HEIC will continue HARDY MOORE. Forbes Purchase,and leviedkjen u the property TO PUIN''ERS.Type .
-4 : to reside at Quincy. SAMUEL W. CARMACK Jefferson Co-inty, January !7. lf4ft. fimNotice. lUn lo.lol &Petit Gul Cotton Seed. of the Apalachicola Land Ccm-any and will be od! Foundry 8f Printers
b aid J. WATLEI: BAKER at Tallahassee. One of the 21 JUST RECEIVED direc from New Orleans by FRANCISCUS TVIENKER to satisfy their State and County Tax for the county Furnithixf WarthovMflM -

.: firm will spend a part of his time at Apalachicola R. FORTLNF, per Star and Home inethid to inform the public that he of Wakulla for the year 1845. J HE lubribet have opened a new Type 7con

,. q aid will attend to any communications directed top months after date, I shall present to the Hon. 30 bushels of Mastodon Cotton Seeddirect from R. TAKE his Cabinet Warehouse to the AHIJAH HALL dr city ol re York, where they sri

that place. SIX e of Probate for Jefferson County my final i Abbey. Esq., Yazoo Valley Miss. building formerly occupied by Starr& Co.next dooi Shff. and ex officio Tax Col Wakulla Co. ready supply orders to any extent, for any kind
: o
L r December 20. I S45. 22 account and vouchers a Administrator of Francis 200 bushels Petit Gulf Cotton& genuine ar to Peek's Tin Manufactory, in the rear ol which h* January 22, [24] 1540. Cm job Rule or, Steel fancy Type Ink, Paper, Cases, Gl" .. B

Land Company. Cast, late of said County deceased; and shall then tide. February 21,1846. 31 intends to carry on the business of a CABINET and column do., Composing Sick.Chu
i t Apalachicola apply for letters ofdismission as such Administrator. MAKER. AKERand UPHOLSTERER and Notice. every article necessary for a Ofce.

lp ALL persons are hereby warned not to trespass STEVENS BRIDGERS. Notice.OIX feds l well UNDF.T prepared to execute orders in either; months after date I present my final ac- The Type, which are cast in new mouJc .
; to make use of, or commit waste in any unlawful Jefferson l lnty. January 10.1S46. 25 CmNotice. months after date, I shall ,present to the Hon. of the above branches of his business.any SIX and vouchers to shal. Hon. Judge of Pro entire new set of matrixes, with cCUten,a

; : manner on the lands of) the Apalachicola O Judge of Probate for Jefferson County. my fna He is provided with the best materials for the bate in and for the County of.Jefferson, and apply warranted. to b unsurpassed by any and will b soldat

L Land Company which have not been regularly disposed account and voucher as F.eculor of manufacture of new articles of Cabinet Furniture for a discharge aa Administrator Ionia non of t the prices to the time

: of by o,. or our competent agent or agents SIX months after date I will present my Woods, late pf said county deet'std. and shall then such Secretaries, Bureaus Tables, estate of James Hall, late of said county,deceased Printing Presses furnished, and also Steam Engines
heretofore as the penalty of the law will be strictly vouchers to the Hon. Judge of acC'onnt apply for letters of dismission &such Executor. Chain a, fee.. &c.. in the neatest and Bestead. WM. BUDD. of the meat approved pattern

.(. enforced asrainst all offenders. Leon County and apply for letters of dismission a BENJAMIN MANNING. style. He will also repair description mot of perfect furni- Jefferson County. January 17. 1546. 26 fim Composition Rollers cast for Printers.A .
F; tt, Application: may be mad! (or purchases,leases orb administrator of the estate of James Simmons, late Jefferson Couty.lach 7. 1846. 33 6m any mechinist constantly in attendance t repair
( the undiiposed of portions or tracts tuie.He and do light work.
otherwise or of aid county deceased. would return his grateful to the citizens Admlnlstrntor'sNotce. presses
r and i in the counties of Wa. STARR, LLOYD It FLAGG thank Editors of who will
of slid land lying being. SILAS D. ALLEN. of Tallahassee for the liberal patronage hn has already SIX ,' present my Newspapers buy three times
4 kulli. Leon, Gaduden and .Franklin and known as February 1.1., lS4. 30 6m ARE now receiving, per Brig Emeline from New and respectfully solicit a continuanceof voucher, and make application to account as much typo its their bills amount to. nay

the" Forbes Purchase,"to pur duly authorized agent, and Schooner Home from New Orleans, recei.e.fao., as he pledges himself to give satis of Probate of Leon County for letters of dismissionas above six months'insertion in their papers, sntb

5 Mr. JAMES. E. Brrrxtn: in the vicinity of Quincy. Notice. Rio Laguira and Java Cofee. loaf and crushed Sugar faction to all who may give him their orders both in Admini.trtor on the estate of Bartholomew Es- their papers containing it to the sbrib.
COCKROFT
: t JOSEPH DELAFIELD, : SIX months after dae. I shall apply to the Hon. Wine Brandy. Four. ad complete assortmentof price and quality of his work. lick, deceased, of said County. & 0VEREND, 68..n .t .Y.

,: LEWIS CURTIS. i of or Jefferson county for lettersof Iron, Steel Nails, & January 10, 1846. 25 JOHN MYRICK, Adm'r. February2lltWG. 31 6m
I Trustees of the .ipalachieola Land Co. dismission as ihe Administrator of Jacob Carter, February 21,1846. 31 January 3. 1840. 24 6m '
4 January 10, 1816.: late of said county LEWIS & AMES LAW NOTICE.

Ii'Ii Notice decead.JOlN FREEMAN. Jut received by .J. R. Fortune, Administrator' Notice. THE undersigned have united ia the practice
e
Jefferson County. Ferar Is't flrn 2 -I HHD. extra sugar cured Hams,small size for fain- DEALERS: ALL persona indebted to the estate of John Havit, w- They will tttendtheeTer Courts
s THE udrs e. duly authorized let of the Notice. I ily use, Drug Medicines, Paints, Oil, ,late of Leon cont will make immediate Law and Equity in the Middle Circuit of Fo
of Apalachicola Cmray. Small lot prime Lard payment; and all who have claims or demands and the Ccnnties of Fnnkll and Jackson
I'- is prepared to veil or rent such prtiol trat.f SIX months after date, I .hal apply to the Judge of choice Brandies and Wines, Toilet Artielei, pernmer it., Window Glass, will present them thoe for settlement to Wet e Circuit. Al District Court the
Forbes [' beenretularly ( Probate (or unty. for letters of Smalaurment o
laid within the not Wbitkey. rAlXTXB BRUSH AND COLORS, WILLIAM N. HAVIS, Unitd Sate to be Tallahassee, and Supreme .
1 of by said Land Company. Personal dismission u administrator of Normxn High late of February. 21, 1b16.Monongaela Administrator. de bonu non the State of Florida.
Glass o
t dip, be bad with the lubribr at lid County dene. JULIS HIGH. Apolbccnrc5' Ware, .c. January 31,184. 29 2ir. THOMAS RANDALL
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: r r in thR igbborhood of Quincy or may b* Jefferson Cnty, Janua.10. 1848 CmThos. Just Received THE constantly on hand,and for tale at the THOMAS H.-HAGNER.

directed; to him, through the :Post Offices, at that act market prices. Notice. Attorneys Lor.
Heir si
C for sale at tbs Phoenix Building by J.R. For. Cor
1 and Tallahssw*. AND months after date, I will apply to the Probate Tallahassee, aa .
: place 20 boxes February ,. 31 ,
English SIX
JAMES S. BETTNER. Jgent ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. superior dairy Cheese, ALSO in tore a great variety of articles for family of Gadsden County for a discharge from

% 7si .ftaT4eesoM44P04Za Ll Co. WILL continue to practice in th Superior and 100 24.fine kegs dried best Goshen venison Butter Hunt., use. Picklei. Olives, Capers Maearoni. VericeJa. E j txecutorship of the last will of Roh Davidson, Notice.
-- 25 1 Jefferson Currant Jelly Olive Oil, Citron .
and in deceased.
Cortor County the .
J naU 1S Cont Cor oftheMi&dleDiitrict.sxid the Conn.ry Jsrnsxy2l,1846. 97 Rove and Peach Water, Sperm Candles,Ac.Almo. January 9. [ ] 1846. L SRT SIX months and aflerdat., I .bl present err final se.
Sea.Island Cotton Seed. of the Eastern Dfstrict.Evidence 1 2 vouchers to t Hohp of Probate.
$ of the abort seed, at M Jefferson : 19 ait odou Colon Bred, AW .ASSORTMENT or Take Notice. in and for the C ef.e&I tbn.apply
qaaJtl. Coosty.All
i L 0 BSEL 6n nU. r0R..1. i in snail for a discharge *
20 ; by
i br boaineatrated *iJ] DANIKL LADD, -
ju .t an Jm. b prempflratten.ddto. ) r EDWARD BARNARD 'G.DmN A Jt price will be paid (o Hid.le WooIllite oN1des4.esssed.Jebrsoa .
t I H. BERRY *. C. Newr.t TaJtu 1.4 .4.:wit pep,after UM Indian fu. Seph ,
J Jinuary SI, 1845.
Jaautry 31, 1 .Jb.rch9,1844. U i I f 4qvember,1815. Ma"10,185 42 1 BA County SO 1

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