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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: May 2, 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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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
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I- POtETLtY. THE WEDDING W.VO." 'IS'-


from tke Odd Fellote't'Magasine. Te love thai exist between )'o hrs !,

THE ROMAUNT OF THE RIVER&THE ROS! TllE ia LeI day of fife, ba Wn tcl
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Oh! loftie high the rose did stand FlORIDIAN and proD e rt-e sister '

The stream wm far below- siser,ofrher Lher. brother for his

The flower was fairert ia the land sister, early the sharer hr his

And dark the waters flow. sports and litte.griefs, and the return of that
love from, '. heart--(he lore of a Another : t
The river aid within his breast
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1 would that I tie
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To kiss the flower I love the best, BY S. SIBLEY. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA SATURDAY MAY 2 1846 VOL.XVII.-NO.41. love'of a Low tweet,
Low endearing are they Silt I, But that affec.

To make the rose my prize.But : -- __ __ __ tion which elt between a young wlc'and
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.* I am low and she i is high, members of tho bjr in a neighboring State :. FACTS RELATING TO THEESGi.. Sll GOVERNMENT The total revenue of the Empire is 8223-,. strongly resembles the Hon. John C. Spencer, the object of her earliest love, lie (

And I can never mount- :Nay, more than that-he his her and well the J
represented I AND NOBILITY 000000. but is not tall a man by a head and shoul thoughts feelings, as D cen

I (cannot though I pine and sigh! County for three years in the Assembly of the BY EEV. G. COLLI SS. The present Royal Family of England consists der. He a seems to be very much esteemed Ire other virgin heart, i chatter, purer,hollar ,r

Flow backward to my fount. Commonwealth. And more than that still- The of England is, and has of six ; Alexandria Victoria, 26 and is a great favorite. I do not recollect eve: than them all. Indeed, it is ail, in one, and 1
The within her bosom said- occupied a seat in Congress for two government pnoni xth the tie that binds them !is broken when
rose Congressional been since the days of King: John a limited years of a auc Albert Francis Augustu hearing an unkind expression regarding him n ,
If I could leave mj state. periods. monarchy. The king's is limited by Charlo Emanuel: -we delight, like the good whilst in regard to O'Connel, one can scarce. the oung mother is stricken down to the cold I

The noble river I would Wfd. At this announce-rent, the stillness of deal Parliament, which consists power of the Upper; Vicar Wakefielc, in giving the full name- I ly speak of him any where in England and earth, and death feasts upon her !lips, dimple 1

Nor leave him desolate." pervaded the crowded assembly.! House, termed the House of Lords and the her royal husband, who is 3 months younger without finding some one disposed to have i I and her smiles-xiheu the young father H

The river heard-his breast was stirred And yet more than all that," he continued, Lower House, called the House! of Commons, than the lady, his wife and Qneen. The eldest slap at his "agitation prinipJes" or, as he snatched away from the side of.her, the mother i
I
And swelled the hearing tide- his voice sinking into a low thrilling tone, "be corresponding: in some measure to the Senate child will be five years old in November, woul say, indulge in the dirty channel of I of his children nn the being of his ten-

lie gained the bank,the flow er sank once had a tenderly loved wife and two"eet and House of Representatives, which constitutes and rejoices in the mellifluous apr.lti\ -tion.-iY. Y. Gazette 4 Timu.I: derestlove-what a is left] $
chil.Ircn. But all these honors,all these!' bless It but that frieud 1
And Victoria Adtlaidarv Louisa i ia was yesterday -a young
the next
met
i.
w av e-a bride the Congress of the United .tltes.: The .
Love holdeth difference of state ings have departed from him," he continued, of Parliament is legislative! and al..o-! boy, and will be ,lour ears old the O.h: nNovember. f ESTER riusr. AND IERiEYEI.L CE.-By gentleman of fine inttlet, of a noble 1'(3rt. ,

As lighter than a feather his voice growing louder and deeper in his: lute.(power The is executive and li. lie will be'King hereafter, if he'I John Xral.-There are people, who having and one well many of our readers,

He seekoth high and low to effort to control himself. "IIl' was' unworthy mited. king's power outlives! his mother, and the kingdom endures : began life by setting their boat against wind was suddensnatched! by the hand of death "

mate to retain: them Hi constituents threw him the buy taking of the sister, although and tide, are always complaining of their bad from all the endearments of life. Surrounded !.
Extremes to The is the from wlH'nce'er precedence -
bung
togtthtr.MAN. off; !because he had debased! himself and disgraced noble derives king his source His ),. younger.. His nl'1 is Albert EJ: luck, and always just ready to give up; and by every thing that could make existence pleasant ;: J

them. And worse than all-she, who which nobility." Alackston prerogative" thai ward, and hi style, the Prince of Wales for that very reason are always helpless andgoal and happy-a wife that idolized him w i

had loved him d( 1"Outl-F.he who had borne by wo mean, which says the l1att.Of'er The second Princess Royal-two years old! for nothing ; and yet, if they would persevere children that loved him as they can only love, ,

[ him two dear babes, was forced to abandon special pre-eminence king i is Alice Maud :Mary. The Royal Piirice bon hard as it may be, to work up streamall and friends devoted to him-tLe summons came rand
and above all other is
The o human mind-that lofty thing: him, and seek an asylum! in her father's house persons, great. the fith of last, is named Alfred Erneilbert. your lifo long, they would have their rev he lay upon the bed of death. But a few : i
In the of the law he is August
The palace and the throne, And why* Could! i become changed in a eye English perli ct. \ ward at last. Good voyages arc made both short years ago, she to whom he was wedded '

Where reason sits a sceptred king. few short; years What power was there K lie can neither do wrong thing wrong,! nor ways.A placed a bridal ring upon his finger, upon the 1

And breathes his judgment tone. to abase me that my fellow beings spurned, mean wrong. Though,! he shoulJ! be guitlIf! O'UJN.MIL \ 'l S1IC1L. certain amount of opposition is a great inside of which be had a few words privately r
the darkest before he a.cendsthe
crimes
Oh! who with silent steps! shall trace and even the wife of my bosom turned away,, I The fint time I saw Daniel O'Connel vvv help! to a man. Kites rise against, not with engraved. h', '

The borders of that haunted place, call-stricken from me !' Alas my friends- throne, yet the moment the crown pr"s os his one fv'enirig at the .Reform Club ;" he had the wind. Even a head wind is better than The husband would never permit the giver )

Nor in his eaknesj own, it was a mad: indulgence in mockery A very brow' he is, in the eye of the law. purled lrall just come over from Ireland anl l his arrivalwas I I, nothing. No man ever worked his voyage to read them, telling ht'l that the day would

That mystery and marvel bind d'mon-a Cirre changing the human into sin. His person i is sacred, he cannot be! arrested i rather unexpected, and was supposed to i any) where in a dead calm. The best wind come when her wish should be and :
gratife
That lofty thine! -the human mind the bestial. But for this and I were now an fordebt.} He is Cornmanaer-in-ict'o"tle! I hate reference tea severe handling his ti ienJ i for every thing, in the long run, is a side xvinJ. she should know the secret. years :::

.". honorable and useful representative in Congress I army-the source of all civil author ; hence i Smith O'Bridii had received a fiver; ereninspreviuis 1! I it blows! aft, how is he to get back ? glided away, and a day or two since when y

after every officer in the empire receives his com- in debate in the House, in whii.1 I' Let therefore because of conscious he leave his wife forever
The human bt'art-that miles, thing! pursuing my country's good, andilessed from; a no man wax pale, moist soon : .
The tempter and the tried ; in the home circle with wife and chil-! mission, and derives his power directly Mr. Roebuck distinguished! himself.I : : opposition. Opposition is what he wants and he called her to his bedside, and with his dying '

The joy ous, jet the suffi'riu- dren. But I have not told you an.fter mJwife the reigning sovereign. According to law the bound; him in one of those splendid upar.!| : mirr..t have, to be good for any thing. Hardship accents, told her the hour had como when \ 0

The source of pain and p:ids: separated' : her'eJffrom me, I sank rapidly I king can never die. A George or a William, rents reading,!; a newspaper. -He is a largefat I! is the native soil of manhood and self she should see the words upon the ring she ; t
i
The gorgeous thronged-the desolate. A state of perfect sobriety brought too many may die, but the king eternally lives- e. man, not tall, but abort lediul height ; :j liance. He that cannot abide the storm with. haJ given him. Tho young mother took it r

The seat of love, the lair: of hate- terrible thoughtI! therefore drank more the throne is .ever ,vacated f for the moiiiMit his face, large and round sill tst, big' nose I,I out flinching or quailing, strips himselCn the from his cold finger, and though Iieatt-stricken +
the sovereign expires the heir apparent is supposed rather 5h. turned his hair black and sunshine! and lies down4 to with read the xvords "7 haw
Self stung,self deified freely, and was rarely, if ever, from under the ,... f: up i >y wayside grief eagerly .
Yet do we bless. thee as thou art, JCwilJering effects cf partial intoxication. I to }visited with the leg-tl! pi err ,ratt curling under a greenish velvet cap, which ht be overlooked and forgotten. He who but loced timer on earth-/ Kill meet tIn in hta-
The civil code of England, never mentions braces himself the chow
Thou restless thing-tLe human heart! remained in the same village for some years wore cal'IIfJJ'His to struggle when the winds rcn' t
!hut never once saw her during that time, nora the death of a king, but his demise. whole: aspect was altogether Irish, IK; blow! -gives up, when they have done, and touchingly beautiful this simple incident !

in. glimpse of children. At last 1 }became One would suppose that an individual possessing one could mistake that ; the expres-ion of hi, falls asleep! in the stillness that folloxvs. The garnered hopes of years rush iato
The human soul-that startling: thine! my I I such vast to be absnlu, :>. But dull and ) and unhitcllrctuu] I DiJ
80 abandoned} to life, that wife urged power t face was heavy ,, you ever know anybody stick to that single moment as the words fall upon the
my
my
91y'sterious I and t-ubhme by her friends no doubt, filed an application I he is not ; the king can make no new law, Incan and unless assured to the contrary, he would: I kind of business, no matter how unpromising) ears of the young wife. Sorrow and wedded

The angel bleeping on the sing fur a divorce, and as cause could readily behovvn i only sanction those which have p-issed impress a stranger with the lcJic that he had I ten years at most, who did not prosper ? Not love, and the bright dreams of the xvorld- .

Worn by the scoffs of time- .. why it should! be granted, a separationwas : Parliaments. Though it is supposed" that he been indulging in .somctJiin! stronger than water I one no matter how bad it might be at the the heart's dearest treasures-the endearments ;

The beautiiul the veiled the I> cued, legally dt,olnro
The earth-enslaved, the glory-crow iit-d. at the next Congressional canvass, I his councillors and ministers are not. They perhaps it was the clll-ct of Ihelnurney he hadjust flithul. and tried nothing else ; no mater that is to come- they mingled at this

j jI The stricken in lU pnL"lf"From was left off the ticket, UK! unfit to represent the arc accountable} for his deeds, on them! the fimii.heJ. I I he may have found it sometime, tokeep hour, as the widowed mother lays aside tho r

I heaven in tears to earth it stole, strict. I \\ifii\ left: the county and State, vengeance frequently falls, which: hhould! fill; I' The next time I saw him was a few evenings :, his head above ground ; still if he prsevered ring and weeps over the lifeless form of thebusband

0 That startling If.ing-the human soul} where I had !livrd horn }boyhood up."Three upon, the king. lie is also dOII I (>
IV parsed" since then. For two the House of Commons for his salary, and ui- same dress, c3rccs..lr brushed black aim] the run-didn't he ? "

And this is man-Oh ask tlf him. of that years period I abandoned myself tothe Jess he acts in accordance with their= wi..he".1,I dark green cap occasionally pushed on emu I A"\L CIC AT TKOV.-Another avalanche h

The gifted and forgiven years fearful impulse of the appetite I had ac they will deprive him of the mean to defray, the I side ol his head, and sitting: at *'ti m" lhcJe-1 MAGNANIMITY.In .: occurred on Saturday, in the imme.

When o'er his v vision drear and dim. quired. Then I heard of this i new movement expenses of his household, and support the I a group of Irish members about him Germany,during a war, a captain of cavalry diate environs of this city, for which Troy has .

The wrecks of time are drivenIf -this cau..t't first I 'dignity of his station. He has no private revenue was supposed that he came prepared to make i was ordered out upon a foraging cxpcditic.ii. become famous. Two men were instantly
great temperance is Line, to hold i He himself at the head of his tilled, with of fine horses. It
pride or passion in tht-ir power. sneered then wondered-listened at last, and and not permitted, as a I a desperate onslaught upon his opponents! ; and I put troop, together a pair
He b"longs to the nation. and marched to the him. was near the former avalanche,on the oppositeside
private property. j ,'isinrlike! myself were waiting to hear i quarter assigned
Can chain the tide, or charm the Lo r. finally threw myself the great wave tLat many I
Or stand in place ol heaven was sweeping onward upon, in the hope of }being and the nation to him. What we have said I him-but he disappointed u- al-t for on taking ;, was a solitary valley", in which hardly: anything of a small stream, and near a block f '
of the will apply: to the Queen. but wood was to be perceived. Finding in rick houses. Nearly three hundred f of
king the floor, he coufin l.im rniir.-ly to a
lie bendsthe brow lit b'\\ the km*- carried by it fir out of the reach of danger. < very e t
Creator, Father' non- but thee !- I did not hops with a vain hope. It did set The next title of dignity after prince, is few remaiks on presenting some petition or : the midst of! it a small cottage, he approachedand in abrupt hill, of clay 8ti came down with S
madea Duke. The Duk's are generally near relatives I memorial regarding the Mavnooih Grant," knocked at the door, which was opened irresistible force, and had not been for a brief
me once Inure upon rayfectonce more the of an old and venerable with beardsilvered warning, a number of laborers would t
of king though occasionally one and spoke in a low subdued tone, without energy : by man, a great
lrJ] : S)t; E L !6 A U man of me. A year of sobriety, earnest I
II attain the is I i haTe been buried who ;
to by were digging
the inferior dignity as
-- devotion and fervant I nobility or action of any kind as if tired ou: heappeared age. up away ,
------ to my profession, prayerto the case with present Duke of wel to me to be a gun that required not i rather," acid the officer, "show me a the: hill. The two who were killed,ran somedistance :
from the Columbian! fountain. Him who alone gives strength in even'hood
and : of Duke is > ingon.1! field where I set to in ." but supposing they were beyond the
resolution has restored much that The title dignity: gt only" a big charge, but a large priming to make may my troop! for
THE SEPARATlO\-TIlJ UE-lNION.: to me
reditarv., His income is derived from any noise, or as sooie one near me said, .you The old man complied, and conductingthem reach of danger, stopped to look back, and f I
all-not the richest
The following account cf the ruinous influ- I have lost-but not treasure estates, unless he is a member of the royal should hear him in Ireland, sir, with a hundred out of the ,valley, after a quarter of an were caught by the terrific avalanche. The )

once exercised by the use of intoxicating liquors that I proved myself unworthy to retainnot family, then! he receives a salary from the I thousand of the toys about him !" And this I hour's march came to a field of barley. owner of the horses saw the earth coming :

upon the best interests of man, and of tn\' wife and my children. .\h between But tiy! are all assisted by conceive would draw him out in a very I Here is what we are in search of' ex.cairid down, and attempted to get his team beyond
the redeeming influence of the" fledge; ," in myself and these the law has laid its stern government. : cal the father true each but it impossible he had ,0 I,
inasmuch in they usually fill ofticrs different tone from that he indulged in, when captain ; you seeing barely
co"erment.
returning him to himself: hisfamily f and to his impassable} interdictions.! I have no longer a S
without duties and with large incomes. before him a mere room of members guide. time to save himseJf The avalanche occurredibout ,
country, will be read with interest by all. !In wife, no longer children-though my heart having ful .Wait few minutes the old 2 dark
The brothers of the reigning king or ]neen of the House of Commons. was pleas. yet a replied o'cok. bu although a great '
this instance the individual stood high in the roes out towards those dearly beloved( cnes are dukes. Besides them in England thereare ed with his tone of voice : it was soft and 'full man : "follow me patiently a little further.'' lumber men been at work all the afernoon i

estimation of his! country-xvas the popular with the tenderest earnings. Pictures of our 19. The coronet of an English duke of "Irish melody," giving full effect' to everyIt The march was accordingly resumed, andat the bodies had not been recovered ,

representative of his county in the Assemblyof } early days of wedded love are ever lingering consists. of eight strawberry} leaves on a rim he fell in with, and drawing out long sen- the distance of a mile they arrived at ano. the horses had been reached. One-of the men J

his native State, and occupied for four in my imagination. I dream of the sweet the fireside of gold : he i!st vied The Most High Potent, I lences-directly the reverse of Mr. Sheila : ther field of barley. The troops immediately left a family ofa wife and six children. Others Y

years a scat in Congress. He was crowned I circle-I "e'r before me onceplacid Prince, Tour Grace. manner, which: is peculiary)" sharp and snappy, alighted, cut down the grain, trussed it, and avalanches are threatening near th old ones,
with honor-in his domestic affairs he was 1 fltce of my Alice, as her eyes looked I and with continue
teethe. remounted.The yet stupid they -
I The next rank of English nobi'i'y} is Mar- as if going over saw perseverance
peculiarly fortunate and happy. But all these! ntu my own with intelligent confidence. Of the Marquis f order we knotut I incline to think that (n'ound or the "im. I officer thereupon said to his conductor, to undermine the bi.-CQ. Express. ,"
feel t her twine about neck the muM'C ijuis. :
arms -
honors and blessings were sacrificed at the altar my Father has and -'
; has his : given yourself us un
call you
of Moloch-his passion for ardent spirits' of her oicl' is ever sounding; in my" ears."' I little, they were unknown in England until [ mortal Dan. as they him seen I trouble the first field was far better PICTURE OF A MEA )1: .
I be tint his late in ;
1737 when Richard 11, cn'al'd: I his favorite, Ijest may mUlnp necessary
reduced him from the pinnacle of prosperity Here the Mieaker' emotion overcame: him. j than this." We cut the following curious piece from +7
; Robert Ye re, the Earl of Oxford Marqtiis of g! carrying his Mor>ter Gatherings" so far as ., '
utterance choked and he ttood silent Dow Junior.
His
and made him and wanderer was ,
outcast a sir the old
an -a I true
of the Law which Very replied good man,
Dublin. The title by which he i is addressed is to incur the arm ,
with bowed head and trembling! limbs. The strong friends, of (city folks
: My
thing dcspi d and shunned. Hut we will not i for time to have but it was not mine. to many you
Most Noble and Potent Priuc-. has j consigned him a prison, may
hushed into England inclined I
anticipate.It dense mass of people were an op. 'Iis epecailly) are over to m anne8. t tknow
20. The next in order is Viscount, this title! subdued him, or he may see some roe: f for
stillness that broken here and who little -if I
was about the time when the Washing- pressivc was I rmDE some are so vastly maybe
his health be al-
toman excitement vas at its height. Every I there by half stifled sobs. At this moment comparatively rare. The .1 is Earl, in II j remaining quiet-or may not There is no vice to which the human race allowed to use the term-that when they are
it but ce&iin it is he
village, town and city, forth its crowded there was a movement in the crowd. A sin. official language they are termed the l..in'swel together as was- seems are so prone, and none so unsuitable to their rushed from earth into the d f'i's dust pan, ._ f
gave of and look to like
destitute me
audience to listen with intense interest to the I gle female figure, before whom every one ap. beloved and trusty cousins. This Ira'tic ( had broken energy down in and :malwl.o nature and condition as pride-that self love 1 the old chap \"i have to put on mag.

of who had arisen geared instinctively to give away, was seen is as ancient as the time of \ a rCt' though which springs up so rapidly in our souls, and lifying and poke for a long while
thrilling experience men
I surrounded } his backirs and called to spectaccs.
Lcing either by his wife, mother or sister i by on I
the aisle. This not observedby leads view of before he cans
into life as from the dead. The wonder was passing up was us to our own qualifications through among mortality, \
for lltfir show of .
in and lip. People Delaney),until she had come nearly in front elated to every Earl in the kingdom, artfulh.1acknowled make sti &a r some power, I! a medium, which gives existence find them. There is neighbor Tigh t, in ,
every thought upon every hc to incline to silence and lip maguif'ing 1
in his letter andlublic
the
relationship I < tOS.
looked at the new phenomenon with a bewildered i of the platform on which he stood. Then the the phantoms of imagination.Pride I some respects a worthy member of my congregation ,
md would rather be let alone than ;
his and his } acts. An earJ'1 coronet is composed urged onto with life and I to he is
! astonishment. movement caught ear, lifting eyes commences our grows with i yet regret say, mean 1
i fell \Iicc-fur it was she of eight pearls, raised upon points with 5maI further effort. I and all to chase fat mosquito through a fire
In the evening of the day on which Alice they instantly upon he bears our growth, spreads through our con. I enough a ;
face
arrived at S-, a great experience meet that was pressing onward-he bent forward leaves l between, and above the rim. In a very strong rest01.1ancc10 I rersation and conduct. She accompanies us I mile swamp for the sake of his suet. To his ;

was to be held in one of the churches.- I towards her with suddenly} lifted hands and ire at present, 103 in England, 1 in Scotland, 1 I Doctor Duncan, a IJfl.erot Congresfrom through every age,condition and circumstance I credit however, he once mao a syrifice for 1
ing and in Ireland. As carls for time I Onio, who has at times made some noise in.Vashington .
19 some .
Her friend, who had become enthusiastic in I! eager eyes, and stood like a statue until she uf i our terrestial course. She intermingleswith I good cause of putting an uforunate looking :
and should that when O'-
I
the cause, urged her to go to this meeting, I had gained the stand, and advanced quickly to after the Norman conquest,we re called Couns! ; say almost every action wo perform, and every j penny into the box and goinjy slipperiest f
of the Doctor's he have
which Alice did although with a feeling ofR'- his side. For a moment the two blood! thus, heir wives are now called Countesses. The I Conne was age must pursuit in which we engage. She attends t to bed. And neighbor too, if he had

luctance. The Louse was crowded above Sid the whole audience, thrilled with the scene, next is Baron ; this class of noblemen! ale icen just such a looking person-how near us to the grave, in all the pomp, solemnity,and he t: power and could enrich himself! thereby, i l'

below. A broad had }been laid I were upon their feet and bending forward.. more numerous in England than in any other. the Doctor may resemble O'Connel wel ;hey expense of funerals. She engraves her os. 1 would brush the silver Mars from the firma.
platform upon I and Alice There are 111 in England, 'Jti in Scotland, reaches his age (now about seventy) time will snatch the and 1
t the railing of the altar, which sat the Then Delaney opened his arms, tentatious inscriptions on tho stone that cover lent, golden sun from the sky,
upon his bosom with and 10 in Ireland. The next, last and lowest, ell. and when that is the for old brass. If t
the Ministers threw herself upon a quick he mouldering body, copy I lel moon a sixpence
President of the Secretary,
Society,
As this tho
and several wild gesture. Thus, for the full space of a is Knight. This dignity was created in 1011, sketch of great Iri Agitator' incorporated with its original dust, and those 1 was required at the gate of heaven, rather
of various denominations,
rather brief I afford the
reformed men, who were to be the principal minute they stood-every one fully, as by a jy James 1 Ho wished to rise money to frame is another can Irishman, to Mr.put Sheil into who fame in words of vanity arc no longer legible, she attempts han t: pay the fee, I verify believe he would rise

singular intuition, understanding the scene.- carryon: a war, and for this purpose granted by escutcheons, and pedigrees, and gen. j from his resting place at midnight and pick the
The preliminaries usually and is almost f
speakers. appertaining
been One of the ministers then came forward, and to 100 persons the right of bearing the arms size manner directly opposite, alogical legends,to perpetuate the name which ]lok with a tenpenny nai.n ,-
to such meetings having under usual size
arranged much
i them."No of Ulster, and prefixing Sir to their names, he is as as O'Ccmne wisdom had perhaps consigned to oblivion.
a brief opening address was made }by one gently) separated for which him each. Nomvileges is beyond it. He is a small pal id, 1'sE1'l'LciSS.; -It must be a great satisfac-
no," said Delaney, "you must not, they gave JlJO This is more or less the foible, this the defornity .
of the ministers. A reformed man then related from are commuted title, but nervous looking person, exceedingly plain and this the vice of all mankind. 1 lion, at the close of life, to L able to look !
take her me.
his experience with great effect. After you cannot away considered honor off I hand in manner, and like O'Connel not dcrp.rootc 1 ack the which and feel
"Heaven forbid that I !should do that !I" replied ho title itself is a great Pride appears il cottage as well the on years are past, t
he had finished there was a pause of nearlya the minister. By own confessionshe and is frequently bestowed on distinguished xirticular in J/TSJ. palace ; she sits on the workman's bench a as 1 that you have lived, not for yourselves alone, t

minute. At length a man, who had been Jour civil: and military officers, and o/i eminent His style of speaking is in l hold! contrast as on the monarch's throne she 1 1dri'iug but that you have been useful to others. You
struts
seated far back, with his face partly turned is not your wife." scientific literary men. Th number of them bat of o"'Connel, for whilst the latter draws wt'1 flock of weB in; I may be assured also, that the same feeling ia fI
returned Delaney, mourn a sheep as marching
:\0 she is not
,
from the audience and moved words into and rotund 8-nteiic.es, a ,
arose slowly, is 851. They arc not usually included with out I long long at the head of a victorious army. sure of comfort and happiness at any pc- )

to the front of the stage. fully.. the nobility. lie t former snaps them off with a hurry) and a ] of life. Ther is nothing iu this worUj J
rio
A half expressed exclamation escaped Alice But is ready to take up her"o's again, of the .jerk that quite remarkable. O'CufH1 would ENGLAND AND THE UNITED good usefulness. It binds your fellow
English SATE
and no.
I her tears that now The titles estates a
as her ryes caught the well known features of Alice said, smihng through descends from the father to the. eldest I ay in a slow and full sounding voice, I will At a recent public meeting in England, 4 Features to you,and you to them ; it tends to i
him who had been her busband, while a quick rained over her face. hity this o-casion follow the right honora.le said be of character andgives
and entitled to a in the not on Lord Ashley of cotton as an article of t: improvement your own ,
all heir are
standing, they Cat
thrill Ler. Then her whole frame Before that assemblage, ; the dir.r.t channels of vi.
ran through trig t for gintle-rnan tru ty clothing : i it you a real importance in society.luch .- i
voice of are not ,
said in broken House They any
trembled in accord with her fluttering heart. few with dry eyes, was a and Lord. commit: by tie civil tu-pe-ra-tion ;" and in ail this he would h is much more wholesome: to than [ beyond what any artificial station can

The face of Mr. Delaney was greatly changed the marriage ceremony that gave Delaney ffenccs they may I brow his coat back ofi his armpits as if to cool l lhirmelf I I thing else and I still tell w'a.another I .
before ;
in judgment any you I'I'isow.
each other. As the minister, authority, but are brought
Lad last looked it. Its calm Alice again to afterward his
since she upon and give a pull to waist. I tho whole of the be
white lucks finishedthe their and equals.If thing, army wi shortly A PLEDGE REDEEMED. TLe Lor.ville .
with thin peers TO HE -
dignified elevation had been restored, but with an aged man, build church do it all aivily and calmly. Sheil clothed with it on that They were .
diflereDce wLat before was cheerful, rite, he laid his hand upon the heads of the one of them is disposed to a xvould much in Amer.I I Democrat publishes an extract from I
what on the contrary, say as a skip pendent[ on a single country-that of
bond and lifting his ( he is at liberty to select delivered since in the IT.
own speech
in ,
sad ad. two he had joined holy on 'states and if in a violent his voice of this ; many years
was now -vefy church a jump, as passion ica-for their supply article; and just
Established to
that streamed with drops of clergyman of the S. Senate by the Hon. Clay, ia which,
his Henry
"Mr. President he began, in a subdued up uged eyes any exceedingly cracked, and utterance rapid as Jet them see how dependent they really were
of that minister
voice 1 had consented, at urgent gladness, he said, in a solemn voice ; officiate, and lo the support the table! as if desirous I speaking of that distinguished and now truly
"although youu their bought-leaning over in this respect. In IS 15, the quantity of cot.
liatii not the are obliged to appropriate enerable citizen the Hon. Albert Gallatin
juin.'Il.ld people ,
and
WJuil God ,
man i
this assembly words far
address large his
solicitation, to of up as as possible. imported into this :
income of somo of the! Englishnobility following ton.wol country
ilhes. The amounte hose recent letters have attracted
reluc. HC.M put asunder! hear his words on Oregon
I:Lave felt a enough to
to-night, yet so strong being near only to 63,000,000 Ibs. ; and at
do value their
not present
with the ute Amen/" was cried by the w hole assembly, is immene. They him it 10 much attention and applause he says : ,Go
it Las been when I first speak,
tance to doing so,hat annual ,slue. distinctly hean time it had to 540,000,000. Now ;
0 we do, but by its I increase home to native and there )
with xoice. Europe,
forward. a single property a little Irishman your inc
most difficulty I could drug myself sounded to me exactly a spunky hey were dependent on a single nation f,r

But I Lad passed my word, I could not violate TilEMSELVESVIYGSr"&c.. tions.The in a towering passion, ratling off a volley he supply of that commodity, and next ti the :tale upon your sovereign your Utopian do. )
RlCHES TAKE of the English Bishops, who trines of free trade and when have
lLat I do revenue table at Sir Robert Peel and ; you pre-
it. As of abuse over of of
to experience inadequate
relating my of > alamity an supply corn,
the a
brothers in !Maine name
Two by Lords and who rank with tiled them to unseal their ports and
not think I can feature upon. The past I been married to two sisters are styled Spiritual reaching over as if desirous of giving him a would be that of an inadequate supply of cot. upon I
have lately admit the of and
Rich instances immense eely produce Pennsylvania
dare not recall. Would to Heaven that the the nobles, is in some rack over the nose ; but when reported next ton for upwards of a million of
th'e and have removed to 'ol;
name of Wings, the of Lincoln, persons j other States back, and we be
is that Bishop come
,
hy prr-
I
The largest kind and friend. sha
memory of just ten+ years of[ my life were o morning, I found it was a most would be thrown out of employment wilhou '
i blotted out." Illinois. amounting to upwards of one million five hun. Iy apel. I had the pleasure of a passing the means of obtaining bread. It oftentimes pared to become converts. ,
DOMESTIC ECosoxr."Men: talk in rap. dyed thousand dollars per annum That of him "under the Speaker's The question is whether the crIO-Cn
gal.
The speaker paused a moment, already to happened that in the warehouses of this
much affected. lie, resuming in a firmer : tuxes," says Witberspocn, "of youth and he Bishop of Norwich is nearly large. Its srj," and found him exceedingly courteous country: they had not a supply sufficient for the which this pledge w given, i dearly e. I
and hundredothe1' remark that this brome essentially I fulfilled. Mr. Clay *
wit and sprightliness, a but just, however to of and
voice, said: beauty, ad kind. He is a man great ability consumption: of a single -month.1'An 1.1.
"But ometlilrig must be said of rny own I shining qualities ; but after seven years is expended among the clergy of each indomitable energy-perhaps a little to Irish r bound to give up hencefr'hi opposition. !

cue, or IiluIl'fiU to make that impressionon union,not one of them is to be compared to liocese., The allowance of the colonialm.bop.re for grave debate-but I should suppose in an Irishman' recommending : cow, said 1.to free te.or rer t.bme a convert. R

your rands that I,trlsL'to produce. good family' management, which !is seen at ample, and cntt well with' the Irish jury case, and in Ireld. his manner Le would give good milk, year alter year -N. Jo. o I

"Pictures; of real :life touch the.heart with eVery meal and Jell at every,hour in the husband paid our"cler. ,although a mere could carry all before without Caving caves because it run in the John &_//.-There fi machine.

power, while abstract representations of truth life.!: pttne.i comparison. ih the emoluments "O'Connell" and "Shiel" teem t exhibit breed. a she, cane fr a cow that neve/Lad I Ia II9'o YardWa Liiigtoa, kh .will

glitter Jdy1n) tie intellectual regions x>f the A feUo/dimlxsd one-t( the poles,, of theMagnetic Bishbp Bishop of Quc- the two extremes of Irish elouen both in icalf. 0'I lanafeetare40,000. bet.pr.di AU

mIM./and then flute from J the perception like Telegraph'' *t-Baltimore: the other4bj7 hoc! Di. 3edrge.Mountain, ha/7OO, ; tho their[ way powerful, one 'totherccidedly yictualt and Druik*-Married in Cayuga; j\Bria_ 1-,. gT50 kik Jrl

tosolvrag figure ll In the d oram ., and"'rP1i.ed'nJ ear ** the wire m order i Bishop of Nov> lxotia.Dr. IDgIJI bal 9,000 ; short meter." Mr._Sheil in face James A titles to Miss_ Mary Jane Drink. I lowt tt .a m ;.'- :
Wilson upward fr$20.000.
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'I :From the Wuhington Union. government, in order to Ho so. Mr. Polk has Arrival the Caledonia. <,c G ac&i O yet to be called into requisition, ST. ATOXXWS, April 20, 188. T

'I We find an article I of marked Interest, on private a well a patriotic motives to win SIXTEEN DAYS LATER FROM EROPE LETTERS-No. through the medium of our school reserves, Mr.,Editor : It appears t me lft floe} G
SAM'S ta
the from His re-election! The steamship Caledonia, I.T for the diffusion of
the question, in the London Daily most us. to a second Lot. and other resources reu Farmers of Florida would turn their altentioa
Oregon
News, (Dicken's paper,) of April 4th, received term of presidency, indeed his whole rived at Boston on Monday, with advices from ALAHAISEE, IS46.My knowledge, we may well doubt to the cultivation of Potatoes, they would =
I by the Caledonia. The view which the character a :politician, which at presentrests Liverpool to the 4th, and London o the 3J dear Sam- shall ever lapse back into aristocratic forofgovmment. alive a more general benefit from their ( 1.

,- Newt take of our rejection of the offer of ar- on nothing, wi be annihilated or made instant both inclusive. It is surely one of the most remarkable factsin The people already begin to than at present, for the climate of this frr i is G

aitration is .-nanifestly erroneous, that wet by his success in present negotiation. No American affairs have engaged omp.ira- English history, t that the oppressions and take a large interest in their public and polit. more congenial t the growth of that Sta.excel
I neeD not stop to refute it. But there is great wonder that he strains his efforts" and his impudence lively little attention. In Parliament, the plunderinjl of her gifted, but to ambitious ical affrirs. The examples of the Swiss lent article of husbandry, than of most a
the of But stale of Ireland, the new commerciA policy, called forth the Hans Towns of Lucca ohe the
force in the opinion expressed by this English to very verge war. we g should have Cantons and articles grown by the planters on our
journal, that the possession of Oregon is to us doubt his readiness to step behind) and other matters of great interest hive been the as yet unequalled efforts of a man, as remarkable Venice and Ragusa, cannot fail to keep alive is a true maxim, perhaps, that an li. I (ton
matter of far greater importance and consideration The London Quarterly Review, too, it discussed ; while the brilliant victories won by for talents, as he was notorious for a salutary fear of the consequences of trusting that will yield 30 bushels of ace olD .le

a than it is, or even can be, to Eng. "eenfs has endorsed and advocated the plan of the British arms in India, have entirely absorbed his loose and debauched morals; and that even their liberties too much to the keeping of the same industry, yield to corn1i. 800 dell

land. Certainly such a fact does net of itself compromise proposed by Mr. Dragan, in the the public notice. her good and great Burke, distinguished for others, however high born, or restrained by bushels of potatoes. The corn plnter Bld at PF

settle tho question of right in our favor ; but house of Representatives, on the basis of the The cotton market was apparently depressed all those high powers of mad, and virtuousqualities constitutional provisions.Let cents per bushel,will bring him 915 ; the 6 aDOt
it is, practically speaking, an element of the 49ih parellel, with common navigation: of the ; yet on the 3J instant American descrip. of soul, which constitute true greatness our motto be, "scriUmus doctique in. tatoes at 50 cents will make him p )
highest i importance in the settlement of the straits of Fuca. From tho position of tho lions improved one-eight of a penny. should have been eclipsed on this memo docli," at the risk of being charged with writ. that price may always be if 815 aD

and the News candidly admitsgfiat London Quarterly, as a representative of the The money market was.n an unsettled and orable occasion. ing "deomnibus rebus e quibusdam alias." taken of the potatoes ha cre, Ihod they "ilW
question 0
it is so. ;The language of the News is as follows ultra tories, its advocacy of such an opinionindicate unsatisfactory state. Down into the same dark chasm with your It is no longer matter of reproach to say are a easily preserved ti the seed an that

:- in no small measure a new era in There appears to be a stagnation in the ca. sa's. must sink your prcmunises, only to that the people are possessed of an Esprit Ma- time of year, and the cost a of making them not se

"The! hope was not to be entertained, that British feeling upon the whole subject.} The corn markets, in consequence of the movements peep out like some death's head of the old chiavelique, seeking to snatch the badges of more, nay much less, for draws and vines will
would ) Chronicle takes the Quarterly to in Parliament relative to the laws.It t from the of the whether oept
the present American Executive con. Morning corn and withering past power grasp oppressor do wel to plant out till June or even July. I
sent to refer the Oregon dispute to arbitration. task for its suggestion, but we fully concur i is said th it the Oregon qu."tioni cutoff The old Roman Republic had a well instructed he be such by patents or ]legal prescription even known a farmer to plant an IO

That Executive evidently docs not look uponit with the New York E\ening Post, in believing to a large extent, the emigration frm and legally bred magistracy, whose i ; whilst it would most studiously avoid the field of com, which was forward when laid early by,

as a question of right. It may: have a good that the comments of the Chronicle show Germany; to the U. tale3. business it was: study and expound her : more vulgar and hateful assumptions of agra. say any time in June, and at the first season srV

opinion of its country's right ; but it has, moreover a fear, on the part of that journal, that the Indian corn continues! t.) arrive in Engl-ind: laws for her commonalty. These patrician pa.triarchs rianism and radicalism. thereafter to set out in the centre, betweenthe sty

the fixed opinion that the possession of British government may propose to us more and gains popularity. of legal prescripts and precedents, I hardly flatter myself that these crude hills of corn, potatoe vines, and make ,a
the Columbia river-that great outlet from liberal terms than the Chronicle would wish The Polish revolution appears to be at an paid by the C Commonwealth, had no motives thoughts should, in any degree, claim the creditof crop of 10:1 potatoes for his hogs when the 1 aige

th1 middle States to the Pacific-is a point to sanction. enl now. Poor, unfortunate Poland. apart from public justice. Under such a sys- being an epitomy of revelations for the use corn is gathered, which prepared his hogs for j, tie

of vital importance to the Union, in its future is no news of importance from tern, revived and remodelled to suit the spirit of the present ago or coming generations.You .- fattening,and cost him much less to make his
interests, power, and development, and to its From the tarn' France. The French papen do not sa) and genius of our people, what use could we may rank them with the dreams of Dra pork, than the usual way of neglec or even I'

mastery of the northern continent. Impressedwith ITlcxico. much about the Oregon question. I is possibly have for your certiorari, change of bricius-another Lux in Tcnebris of Christopher growing peas for hogs. potatoes are in
this, although it puts forward the plea of We are permitted to make the following' opinion that Mr. Polk is in the vrong. venire, and such other hilly and sinister contrivances Kotterus d; Co., if you will. I offer much the best article for hogs, for often tic

right, it forbids that right to be questioned. extract of a letter from Vera Cruz, recently The Oregon question in England seems to to protract litigation, and to create them as contingencies, only verging within kill hogs, and potatoes always agree peas well with tb
The American government evidently stand received in this ctJ. I comes from a source have: loot its attraction fur a while in the thereby new fees and newer fallacies.Let the range of probabilities,and it is for you now
a ground'higher in its own estimation entitled to credit its estimates of the smoke of the [Indian news. this whole vile system go down to the to consider whether such views, coming froma them.The former of either making hills tito'
upon way ot
than right-the vital interest of the country. resources of Mexico, both financial and military Extract of a I'lCr. dated tomb! of the exploded, to he marveled at like source you can so well appreciate, may not large ridges for potatoes,should be exploded ; tosa

At the same time, it sees that the river and may be exaggerated. LONDONApril 3, 1 J.( the t fable: of the I ippogrif or dug up like the compress the coming prospects of the legal and farmers are finding it out, for the hill satf t
the territory in dispute can never be of the ** In a few days after their revolt, the troopsof The Oregon q-i-slion has, for the present, Hdrarcho!, by generation profession within a latitude of promise and or oo ridge only shed the water from the

ninety.niuth part of the value to England that Ampudia: returned to their duty, and the ceased to cause Ill'a States. And it con. dh'i'iol unr'cr his command, said to be 3000 that a satisfactory settlement i ii about future. Man has yet to solve the great ited and circumscribed for and young
lie
it must be to the United I b"I'I your young later and less productive in the end ; whereas r
eiders rather these interests, than the rights strong marled the 1-Itli instant from San ing made between the two countries. 1 problem of his own hypostasis, before he can buoyant aspirations. At all events it may not breaking the land deep (which is no trouble t!
contained treaties, of the scope and purportof I| Luis Poto., for Matamoras, on the banks of Tiiis, with an easy money market: has I I approach the still wider one of his jural rela- I bo wholly unprofitable to you calmly to reflect in the soil of Florida,) throw three furrows together t

which those who signed them evidently : the Del Norte. The division of Gen. Vega, caused! a scarcity \IIPrcal stocks in the! I lions, with a reasonable hope of its ready 10.I I :and duly to consider these things before you with a winged plow, and instead of

knew little."There i who SlCCPlJtd ArUta, it is said, is also on the nmket, and bolter prices Ia\! been the resuit. I lution. A knowledge of his own personality, I II lend )yourself too confidently to hopes whose pulling up the earth as. usual to a ridge i-
of much from Monterey to that point. IVmiMlvani'i 5':. GUiGo: ; Marylandsterling 'I incidents, afford him defeat with it keen and sbar ;'
therefore longer its n'Mvssarv may bring
is no use, any will may anxiety or point,just strike the hoe on top is flat, t
talking of rights,or discussing them. When .Bidel a ]loan of one million eight, hundred GiiGo ; Ohio. -as+ l : Indiain.:) : : I'r sa't ai.l in comprehending, the individuality of chafing and sore discomfiture.My just she for ti ground.
and I eighty; thousand ilollar, viiiK the :37 Illinoi 33aJ: Niwf the above !nv: ,' ? "Know a planters prepare
the American: government refuses all arbitra. ; : thTiini::)'. ,And oily not thy. views may be but the unripe fruit of a nuts, and plant nearly level, the furrows oneitber .
lion, it admits that it is not upon right that it government negotiated a short time since, bel'l offered for salr tu past: week.1English i 1 s 5.!f" is one: of ll-e WII.t of anent apothems. fertile but precocious enthusiasm, seeking howit side the plant from Ihe
..
other have been to raise funds, politics! at the pre| ut .. wi preserve
nvans adopted 'lln. share of man's
bases its. resolves. The possession of the Columbia t ( 1 U ii.cl.i.lrs much the largest may shape itself into new social forms of and the time they t
spring by are over,
| which, it i is believedi enable\\ it to assem ment, in two measures-the Ergli&h Tariff"an useful lesson ;
and will rather personal duties. This accomplished reformation, or 'how avoid the evils
is worth a war, we pressing i and hoe would other ar. t
plow
Bill: the bane and the you may as you
the the Coercion
file a force of six or seven thousand men on than ciilthe river. j he sees what no system compulsion of conventionalism. We all
run the risk of that war a grey.headed tides-corn or cotton. Perhaps twice over r
.
Norte, the end of March, or the mid.dlc antidote of the Government.The .
This is the position, and the argument of the Ifl by Irish Coercion H.;!! will ]>.' o.uth: : can coerce and no chorne of prevention restrain know that there is a prurient spirit abroad, may be quite sufficient, and in the end you r
American government, which we can no j ufApril. niiposed the policy, the expediency, yea, the more which, like a zealous school.master, fancies have a richer or harvest than the old far. 1
I bulk! of the and crop
the large
\ of the departmental: assemblies by Irioh, a I
longer meet by pleading righ's. Indeed we e\'erl al obligation itself: of doing as he would be its own railway offers more expedition and ming way, for the get much more the t.t
in potatoes
sensible and j have refused to act under this present go'er.mlf. pdrtion of the English J1)ral. P.tlamcnl. done of according: frs" sly to others what than the wind and of
think it would be at once dignified I by- safety : water our grand benefit of the summer rains, (which in Florida .
j In of this, a decree has An debate to:A: pare:; on: the ev Mi-!::g.f
that consequence angry ho himself l feels lie has a right to exact. this however it sacrifice
for our diplomatists to state, they sires. Be as mar, we are generally rather scarce,) than they ev.
would no longer advance any question of right lately been issued, vesting authority in the March 31st, when this measure came before A long parenthesis of hopes and fears, of much in repressing this vigorous fner y. I er get when planted in hills or high tidgti.
governors of the different to elect the House, awl! a narrow mijority of 3 in a
all arbi. departments : shadows} and sunshine, of struggles and de- directed efforts desirablethan I
t to a government, which, by refusing I Its are even more The beds for potatoes should never be more
members of This with his arbi. tolerably ful! house, affirmed that it should .
assembly. ,
tage, sets aside all such question ; and that I I feats, may intervene between the dawning a stand.sti conservatism. i than from two to four inches above the level
trary decree against the press, and a suspi take precedence If the : of reform. The minions'
henceforth their sole efibrt would be how to taritf I I light and noonday sources of litigation have of the common earth.
all that don that ho is favorable to a monarchy has Warlike l'repuratinn.s.-The greatest nr.tivity will have to ho met, the slaves of of tho ideas of
avoid war, by the English ceding ff power grown out monarchy, nobility, Try it, my fellow citizens, and you will find
could be ceded consistently with the national rendered General Paredes extremely unpopular continues in all t the dock yards in I Eii old error silenced, the blood hounds of a merciless primogeniture entails tiths, exclusive privileges good results. .

interest, in order to meet and satisfy the unreasonable and, it is believed, will combine a party land, and the recruiting for the army is still I' Moloch confined withia their kennel, &c., a necessary elements of society and HERMOX MERCER.
and unrighteous demands: of the sufficiently powerful to overthrow his government. going on with great spirit. 6000. soldierswere streams of human blood, too, wi have to be government How full of strifes, how fraught
It is said that the commander of the ordered to India, 3000 of which were to reformation
meridian
the
.
I fruitful of and
staunched with and
Americans. ere wars, penury, even from a A'ortA-tcetlern Paper.
h ship-of war cotT" era Cruz, an I proceed by the oveiland route. It is now There will be of
expects
"There may, in this be some lowering indignity Enl I can be reached. wars pestilence It may be that the dark genius 1776.
J and a certain lowering down of the English squadron of two ships of the line, stated that that order wil be rescinded. There I words, coluion' and cunning conspiracies. of bygone ages may never be exercised, and Man to the plow. Wife to the cow.
all two frigates, and some smaller vessels, soon to I is a rumor current an additional number retard they cannot always of freedom and human
national pride. But, deprecating wars, But ; that the germs social Girl to the yarn Boy to the bars
we deprecate more than any other, a war arrive from England. will proceed to Canada. keep back the epoch of reform. As rights, although engrafted into the fresh and Then all dues were netted.

with the United States ; and this, not only Arrival of the Unicorn Free trade trilh the United Slates.-A\ery. sure as light puttcth away darkness, love con. vigorous trunks of reform, cannot long survive 1900.

from community of origin, and tongue, and The Unicorn arrived at Boston on the 17th able article the on the subject and of free trade between quereth hate, mercy disarmeth rebellion, :and tho clinging vines and chocking baubles] of a Men were wealthy, Women healthy,
United States
ideas, and commerce, in the past,but because, inst. The advices are eight days later- England, ape truth must triumph over error, s certain is it long trained conservatism. It may be, too, Boys industrious, Girls iultrioU.
in the London Chronicle of the
_: even in the present, it would he a war carriedon namely, Liverpool the 19th and London the pears Morning and that humanity and justice will strike down, that for long centuries yet to come reason shall Seldom men were .
3d of the
0 again us by our own blood, our own 1 th.lltr. April-one most respectable and crush beneath their onward march the continue to be seduced by precedents or tied 1837.

I sons, our own sinews. Fifty thousand emigrants LAxu.-The various accounts from Ire. highly. talented newspapers in the country. grim-ghost and stern sanger of legal assumption ; down by the dicta of fanciful law givers. Man a mere show, Girl at piano
overland
yearly leave our shores for the United the of the last Grrtlatlu in India.-Another and civil aggression.New Man may still have to trace out the title of Wife silk satin, Greek latin.
land since steamer
sailing are
has been received and Then all hands
I States, each with some wealth, and almost far from being of a satisfactory character.- mai brings. systems of philosophy, like newly his freedom from the ruthless robbers of the gazetted.
of battles both of which
all with strength and youth. And it is witha Want least its immediate news two more terminated created worlds, or newly developed facts, have Seven Hills from the banditti of the German 1846.
or at prospect, on
in favor of the British.
into which is thus transfused our decisively their long ages of Aurora Borealis corrusca- ferests, or from the wild and reckless rovers Men all in debt Wires in a et.
country the hand and crime the details of horrid
one ,
The first under tho command of muscles, Girls snuff bustles,
i best blood,and our surplus life. that we are to and sanguinary deeds, on the other, form their Sir II. Smith was,fought and the latter of Sir Hugh (ions, but by the sleepless law of centripetal of the Scandinavian sas. Or it may be he Boys mere And every body cheated.
go to war. And in that war, who are the chief feature. attraction, they gather light from a central shall }'etlonger hunt out for his social rights,
i first, the chief the most formidable combatants ?O'Connell's health is rapidly failing.: Gough record., which In Sir was II. one Smith's of the battle most the bloody whole on sphere, only to concentrate it into a bright illumination the sanctions of usages and laws derived from H. M.
whom to encounter and kill ? English ; whilst error, however brilliant the fabulous records, or fabricated traditions of
we are
t It sem'now a pain for him. to make a speechin of the has been driven headlongover FROM CALIFONIA.-Advises have been received .
born nurtured, taught amongstus army enemy and dazzling, at first by virtue of a centrifugal illiterate and churlish Saxon kings.
; seamen, men the House of Commons, in behalf of Ireland the difficult ford f of broad river his at New Orleans of the safe
to their formidable art of seaman. a ; force, pales down to a mere zodiac light, The first era of reform be in arinlo'
even and when he docs so, it i is delivered in great may yet Capt. Fremont at New Helvetia, in
ship and naval strife, and enticed away from such a tame, weak and subdued tone, that one camp ammunition,cannon,(fiily-si and of pieceshaggagestoresof )his all, in fact, or expires like the stars which have slowlybut embryo-its very seeds may as yet have to nia, about the 1st of February last.Calfor.Capt
grain-
.i us by the natural cause of the high price of f in his tho wholly retired from our stellary system. come forth from the recesses of time or earth's F. had
can hardly recognize person great wrested from him the of discovered a new route or pass, as we
by repeated
t ,labor in America. Surely war: with such and popular agitator who harrangued the counties cavalry and infantry and in that of charges Sir HuhGOlgh' i So it is in the civil progress of man. deepest ovarium, and even this very earth of learn from the Picayune, by which California

foes is civil war. thousands on the hill of Tara and Mul- the Sikhs lust; and 05 | The good people of the Sou'h and South ours may have to pass through many stages of can be reached by emigrants in sixty days
'i I I There may !be, in these considerations, no laghmast.:/ Time has made traces upon his of( The 1:1,000 men,had 300 i West have, of late years, grown but too famij progression ere it shall become its destined less time than by the old route via Oregon.

i I good and valid reasons for sacrificing the constitution, and from the general report it pieces kilted allicrJ.whom English officers and j liar with your capias ad respondendum, not to theatre or afford its sporules! a proper nidus. This new route is perfectly practicable for
,
solid interests and profitable rights of this would seem that he now requires ease, and 2000 men wounded, of whom! 101 were officers. j be weary)of worrying, and most heartily to Democracy may again and again be driven wheeled vehicles, and when it comes to
p |I country. But there is reason here why wet relief from the care and toil of public life. This battle and, this were, added to the I I wish for new cit advent, which shall bring (from her citidel. The cheering lights of pop generally ,known, wi give a renewed b
I might make sacrifice of pride without dishon POLA .-Poor, prostrate, subjugated Poland of thousand slaughter Sikhs in I with it the final necation of your wire facias. ular control in government, and the humanizing to emigration rnia.Ve imp.tus
or. If the possession of the Columbia, or the the: Ireland of the continent, has been slaughter battle has twenty resulted in the surrender a previous in | Xor is it altogether without the pale of human torch of religious tolerance, may once information to Ca1l us to point At where it
1 right to navigate it, he essential to any great I : that they will not much and again be crushed and extinguished by the strikes offfrom the
making a fruitless, bootless effort at a revolution t full of the and plain, probability Oregon trail, or to explainits
interest of trade, to any wise prospects of colonization I -or as the failure of national patriotismis I sovereignty between the, territory and hi rivers, I longer to neque adhuc of a temporis. proud feet of another Richelieu. Other Syd. course. Capt. Fremont left bis party near

t or even to a preset vation of a nee always termed-an insurrection. The lit. ; and lying the payment'of Sntlej and half Ben croro of ing policy. It is now they need reform, and ney's and Barnvelt's may perish on the scaf Capt. Suter's, and proceeded himself to Monterey .
balance of let us insist on it. one a it cannot long bo denied them, fold vindictive Another ,
cessary power tie of Cracow which is in power. isit."Ye have information
Republic now possession for the of war. I on a \ no
f But it, in reality, we cannot hope to direct of the Austrian troops, has been the The rupees entire, as indemnity and expenses control of both There has even been an invisible hrothcr- too, may bo forced to wander in exile, and to the period of his return or the route he will I
'I; thither any portion of the tide of emigrationif head of this unfortunate Jo regulation hood of honest reformers, who have never more than the stern virtues of a Roman Reg. The
quarters attempt banks of the river Sutlej, and such other ar. I' pursue. Picayune says :
.' our sole interest be the trade in furs, which restore the nationality of the Pules ; but the for the future boundaries ceased to be faithful to nature, ardent in their ulus may fail to rescue some future Dewitt The representations made to us in regard
must before advancing agricultureif rangements setting I love of truth, steadfast and zealous in its dis. from the of a fate. But I frank.
disappear pangs
1 conspiracy had extensive e ramifications in Prussia of the Sikh State, and the organization of itsadministration bloody to the state of California confirm former ac.
the of the of these I pensation. These have a community of ly believe that the change I here
part
population upper Russia, well Austria.In I be determined at soial pre. counts. Allegiance to the Central Government .
a a on
American-let not as might a fraternity of motives, and an affi diet is one of the of wise
i streams must be us persist the wc&ter parts of Russia Poland there Lahore. thoughts many dispensations a of Mexico is almost entirely throw .
in either perpetually intruding, or acting as was a determined effort to realize the dream ---- latiol of feelings, which cannot fail to unify Providence whose suitable visitations we may Since the expulsion of Gov. Micheltorenathe
and .,the mouth of f 1-'rurii Texas. movemen, throughout all and sometimes with foresee. Xor is
.1:" perpetual keepers janitors of independence. Strange to say, hundreds ages certainty functions of chief magistrate have been discharged
:, a stream!, the current of which wo cannot of nobles in urging the peasantry to join in By the arrival yesterday of the steamship countries, in spite of the confusion of tongues, there a single principle operating within or by Dan Pio Pico, a Californian by

j I make really ours by population. the revolt, were either assassinated or givenup New York, Caj>t. Philips, 30 hours from of international jealousies, and commercial upon man capable of staying much less of interdicting birth, we believe, who holds his office by some
"Tire critical moment has now arrived, to the authorities.The Galveston, we ne in receipt of later dates. I strifes. They want neither Burrctts nor its glorious advent. And when it indefinite but popular tenure. The famous

1 t when we must make or receive a new propo insurgents'retired from Cracow on the The papers contain nothing later front the liuschcrons to tianlusc or translate their meaning comes with its inevitable accompaniments of MtBican expedition to reduce the Department

sal. The minds of our ministers ought to be night of the id inst. Army of Obsrriation." !|, ; lioin language to language. Whateverhas goo order and peace, of love and justice, we to obedience has not reached California. Our

made ug to an ulLmalum. Yield tho whole The! conditions on which the Austrian Gen lx: -Gow. Hamilton, of South Carolina, hasreturned been spoken in a dead language, what. indeed feel the pulsations of a new life informant saw a part of the troops for .
J of the territory, as claimed by the Americans, eral received the capitulation of the citizensof in thu .New York, from his visit to ever is, or may bo pronounced, from a Ian. and the spring-8overs of a renewed hope redeemed this operation as he passed destine
.
J. we could not. It would be a disgrace, and Cracow were : That they should deliver up Texas.Tho. guage now in vogue, or yet to be spoken, is from the vasalage of doubts or fears: jam, about the 15th ult.] It throuh opinion that

such an amount of weakness as would em to him the known leaders of the late rebel election returns come in very slowly. theirs consentaneously, and by the paramount shall bloom forth to deck the graves of the it is not now in the power of Mexico to impose I
: bolden and entitle European powers to contemn lion al remained in the city, or point out The vote in the Western District ,for( Congress right oJ nature's highest prerogative. And martyred disciples of truth, freedom and jus. a Governor upon California ; that shouldone
and to give us solid and inconvenient far as received, stands-Williams, this universal ,- Sentireof tice.
us their residences. That a total disarmament a I cracu1rthislo be sent there, he would be almost immediately
proofs of that contempt. of the inhabitants should take place! and that !931 ; PiUbury, 831 ; Cooke, SOI ; Lewis, philanthropy to the The greatest reforms in law and legisla. expelled. Still the Californians are
44 We !hear now of an offer to be made: by all weapons should be deposited in the castle 291 ; Mepginson, 191 ; Green, 01. Nothing mere stare decisit of old custom and arbitary tion, by whom have they been accomplished ? distracted by dissensions themselves,

Great Britain to accept Mr. Gallatin's proposal before noon on the 5th inst. from the Eastl'r District. usage, or the yet more authoritative promulgations Not by lawyers but by soldiers and mere ci- and stability under rule among or form ofgo'ernment
of the 49th degree to the sea, the line to The Brcsian correspondent of the Wese The Comptroller, James B. Shaw: in answer of antiquo error, can alone utter the vians. But why prate thus of reformations T not to any be counted any
'ti be continued through the midst of Fuca'a Zcitung states that it was generally believed to a resolution of the House of Representatives deeper feelings, and purer thoughts of patriot. nYi priests and rulers take counsel from a i upon among

i straits. IfShe United States refused! such an there, on the 6th inst., that the great body of furnishes the following statementas ism, and afford, at the same time scope and. plcbian When were the chief priests and them.There is a strong tide of .
'' t offer, which would leave them the best ports the insurgents would retreat to the mountainsof the probable annual expense of the State expression to those noble actions which give elders of a people known to incline to or accept in from the States by emigration of Oregon.pouring

r' on Fuca's straits, we can only say that they Gallicia, and there commence a guerilla of Texas in tho administration of tho Govern to their vitality and conservativeforce innovations ? Did the rulers of the Jews Some leave this country with way a view in the

y are determined to provoke war, and deserve warfare. ment. and secure them against the restless, : believe in Christ ? Yea, one lawyer was outset to settle there but there is a

:.; its worst consequences. Nor do wo think Tho Augsburg Gazette contains a letter Legislative, 39,191 46 but convulsive struggles of despotism and ty. known to give over persecution, and becomean er ,influx of disappointed; emigrants to yet great.,

,, 1 that they would or could refuse, if the national from frontiers of Gallicia of the 3d inst., Executive, 31,000 00 ranny. efficient disciple. Do even Christian mis who wander on further south in search Oregon of better
tie -
interest and desire were consulted on the stating t GO noblemen of the neighborhood Judiciary, 24,150 00 How infinitely superior is the one to tho sionaries to Pagan lands, commonly begin lands and happier skies.
matter cf the Columbia river. Some have of Lembcrg, armed with pistols, swords and Pensions and annuities, 1,422 00 other, in all that is elevating to the human I their work of love and reform with the chief

c proposed to offer the free navigation of the douhlc-barrellcd guns, had determined to at. intellect, and ennobling to human morals, and men and rulers! of the people amongst whom The panic: of the Now York marketwas
is St. Lawrence to tho American in return for tack the post of husar at Xajarow, G leagues I Total, $93,703 40 yet how difficult it is for the first to reach the they go ? From such the reformers may fast subsiding at the latest advices.money The

Ii' r that of the Columbia. If there be insuperable from Zloczow, and had met fo that purposeat Statement of the amount of money in the Treasury public car, although it might convey to it the usually expect to hear the haughty and imper New York Post illustrates the panic u fol.
IT: r,{ objections to this, the free navigation of the an inn, situate within a short distance of a the present time, (IP/A March.) largest lessons of wisdom ; whilst the last, ative tade retro satannas, without Latin bcnedieite lows :

l Columbia might be stipulated, as we before the town. Some peasants having cautoned'' Am't in hands of tho Treasurer, $8,400 00 fraught with all the indoctrinated dictates of or even lotion of holy water. There is a of a sailor who was sitting

mentioned, for a period of yea.rl-say to the the officer,the bursars surrounded t le ill, paid over, but not jet deposited, 2,750 00 prejudice, and sustained by the deep-rooted Alas must it always be, that a people who on the deck stor vessel with one of his
-- affectations, and sophisticated requirements of know not the law shall be accursed T leg
end of the century. either killed made
the insurgents were or pris- hanging over the side, and who, upon the
Should the American governmenfrefuse oners. A letter from Western (Gallicia com 11,150 00 fashion-seduced by custom, or enslaved by Let not the learned lights of the law curl snce of another vessel, began to howl and
such an offer, we might presume that it would mences thus : "There is not a single nobleman The report of the murder of Capt. Haiglcr, indolent habits, and selfish motives, finds a too their lips, nor the justly honored lamps of the agitate pea himself in a dreadful manner. A

7 refuse any offer, and was prepared to bully remaining in the country." formerly a member of Congress from San ready ear, and willing credence. bench knit their brows or frown at these ad messmate stepped and ask

li S; and'to fight. But no party in the United The German papers and .private letters, Patricio county, is confirmed. He was shot My aim has been earnestness, not irony. captandum thoughts. They may rest assuredno compassionate ed what was the matter. 4I was up thinking

i Stales would be long tolerated in the maintenance (says the Journal des Debate) bring no pre. through the heart by a Mr. Pool. The act Freely would I tear the gaudy veil from the disrespert is intended to their grave dignities answered the sailor, "that if the ship

afW) pursuit of such a feeling, the consequences cis!accounts relative to the body of in'urgentlwhich was committed in the town of Goliad. Capt.H. seamed and fissured face of the great Mokonna or sage faces. They may however smile, were to strike against this, what a yder

of which are sufficiently formidable proceeded towards the Carpathian mountains. expired instantly, and Pool was placed of existing abuses, but have neither the talentnor if they please. I care not, since neither wise ming my leg might get between them."

E: ;l to deter any, except the perverse and the mad. One of those journals estimates the under arrest. The circumstances which led learning to attempt to rewrite the // nods nor white heads can sanction error any The panic which has prevailed in the mo

"!t The sooner this ultimatum is proffered, number of the insurgents of Cracow, who had to this unfortunate event are not given. Principe, or to compose, or even compile, more than Christianity can give countenanceto ney market is equally a thing of the Imagin
and the result known, the better. The present to the mountains situate between Galli- from the accredited principles of republican I crime. Grver greyer errors than ation.
state of Mexican affairs! renders our posi-i cia gone and Hungary, at 2,500. The Austrian How TO KICK A MAN WITH IxPUYtrY.- ism, Novum Organum of Legal Lore or ever these time-frosted truants of tyrant tradition

i lion with respect to the government of Washington and Prussian Governments are extending a Two gentlemen were "walking together in Political Etticks. I do not even claim to be i -these oria-undis of myth and song- MORTALITY AMONG THE N.
s 1!' more critical. Paredes and Almonte double line of troops upon their respective Paris. I will engage, said one to the other a primitive pioneer, whose sole guides are the : have come down to us with the sanctions of 0. Delta.of the.Oth inst. FLt.-Te

h are both pledged to,, resist Anglo.American frontiers, well as upon those of Russia and to give the man before us a good" kicking, course of river; the range of mountains and long ago only to meet like them their death. days past, immense numbers says of the common
it is all well that, if there a and yet he shall not be angry. He did as the of Heaven and blow from the of neoteric
dictation. And as the little of Cracow. stars ; yet assured arrow a philosophy house fly have the city ; but jester
the resolve of the republic he had undertaken to do : the man turned will, after fledged with the the fle 0
'J is to be a struggle against that there come me many a skilful wing-feather o fluttering day at noon were struck dead bj thou
t' United State, to bully both European and The famous steamboat Oregon ran on the round, and looked astonished. I beg your surveyor, with ample chart, chain and com- nestling. sands on the spot, wherever litid a man*
shouldbe the 17th inst., and short. pardon,*' said the kicker, "I took you for the of Whoso loveth his let him- lift his
t American governments, that struggle rocks at Hurlgate on pal whose pint departure, stations andbearings countr ner-seeming to expire as if affected by cfofern. .
a ItmultneO.ad combined one. 1 ly after broke in two and ln. Loss 8140- Duke de la Tremouille. The duke was very wi ) appreciated voice above the tt .impertinence While the riddance of such a pest was

.ne ae the: cue Ia probable, 000. She was in.ure to certain handsome-the kicked man very plain ; 'b by the people. ; and i he speak truth, however most devoutly be wished we cannot account -
is it the insurance cannot was gratified by the mistake under which homely,the will hear, and the wise and t "
tint the American g .government merely coilioDI b Judging from the excitement, vigilance and Ibr for singular What
seeking t get the best terms ; and Acting the Tf\ re. She was owned hy George bowed believed and he went had suffered on his,way.shook himself industry of the times-from the ample means 2 will mot surely sustain him. Now I a does It ahl 1 pbnO
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who would fain break them their ad.rantae. ., slOe Army. count of several thocki of an at oUCC'. -I
doW or own of earbqat
; .=:= : people nod sanctioned his coarse, if be The New Orleans Bulletin publishes an ir.J abut 7 o'clock on the morning 23 of SIX months after data the .menu'fn d, Admiru-

= CS ALONEj"rdnyIflTZI51G. .. had not claimed the seat ? Would they not have denounced teresting letter from Point Isabel. We extract Marh ; but with the exception of something of Jeremiah Bentrey, bVcet'ed. late of

But says the Gazette, Ue! expenses of the government him for criminal neglect of his duty ? The below a ibw items : of a fright t 16 the in the vicinity,, Jeflenon County, will present their aceoonti and

re'. of the State are c 5' u'on a scale of most sere i.. he succeeded in the contest, and that i The main the but little inha1.itant done. vouchers to the Jade of PrvUt of Aid Count,.
Loyo army was haled damage was and ak for a discharge from said administration.
rn =- criminal extravagance. We more salaried officers w'lat galls the whig member But have the direct
u.\c we no idea on rad about The brig Howes sailed from this porton JOHN SAUNDERS >
is State Convention. in proportion to our than other t'-at the impression intended to this miles from the river Hop \ Adm'S.UftTEL n.
prubtwn. any b conveyed by As soon a the wagon the ?th Dela.DEPLoa. BENTLEY.
el.er TVe have received requests from various parts ofthe merely civil government ae of the earth." communication are correct We think that Mr. B. train was bided with supple.the marchwas Jefferson County,buy 2, isifl. 41 Cm

country to call a State Convention for the selection Would the Gazette have the number of officers less. has at least few of those high qualities attributed resumed, and on evening of the BLEE'ETe Richmond En. Helm' Cavalry Drill.A .

It of a candidate for CCnges, preparatory to the or would he reduce their salaries ? All told they a- to Mr. C., end that even from whigs he extort some 23th, the gallant Worth planted his stars and quirer states tbe Manageric of Ray CONCISE SYSTEM OF CAVALRY DRILL.

adth ,)lection in October net. I i il fully time that the mount only to the sum of $14.0 I $1500 too slight rep(ct. stripes on the left bank of the Rio Grande, in mond & Co. was at Charlotte ville, Va. a dif. Jt\. arranged by Captain George W. Delta ofG.o.. .

Democratic p&rty were moving in this matter. The much for the Governor of the State ? Can the Secretary Our conviction is, that this communication, like front ,of the town of Iatamors from which ficulty occurred between the students of the and adapted to the use of the Volunteer Cavalry ot

)O position are in the fed, and activey! engaged in of State perform the duties of his office for less tl e letter of the Spartan band of whig member of it Jias not been remove Gen. Taylor sent University and some of the keepers, which the In United consists States of Military in a neat Terms volume, fully of 315 explained pasts.
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30o ctsnsjing the State. We know not that there ispoch than $ jO? Or the Treasurer and Auditor for less the legislature last summer is to usher Mr. C. before Worth to communicate with Gen. Mcjla, who resulted in the death of a young man namedGlover Dismounted Drill, Mounted Drill Sabre exercise,

diversity in thedemocralicranki.cr that there than So'each > I there any 1 legal gentleman,com- the people as a candidate for Congress. Most ( declined to receive the second in command: from Alabama. It seems that the Manual of the Pistol I, Inspection of arm Evolutionsfor

id ; be any difc\ty.in fixing upon a candidate by petent to discharge the duties of Circuit Judge tainly we Lave no objection to thi. I i!only whatwe but sent his second-Gen. Vega-to recehe students advanced near (he cage just as one of a Troop Evolutions for a Squadron or Reeimenf

Id fa.i party, yet we believe a selection by Conventiontroold whose practice is not worth more to him than $?OOi, have all along expected. But, we trust that the the communication from Gen. \orh. (he managers entered it with the lion, tiger I Camp Regulations and of Field.the duty Army Standing Courts of Orders Enquiry, General Conrt

-7 give more general satisfaction than any ot rJtu a year ? Surely ths Gazette will not so cpntend.- people will mark the means used to influence their substance! that the U. S. troops had advanced cougar, and leopar and were warned to &tandback Martial, Carbine Manual Hall' Carbine charging

it which could' be adopted. True the extent He is mistaken when he sats the Adjutant and Inspector choice. They! should not for lt their own dignityand with hostile intentions to take posses but refusd to do so. Some words en- at heads with swords. Trumpet and Bugle sound

3t if cor is very considerable, and time and exKBS General receives $:000 ; it is but $500, and their first rights. They should brand any imputation sion of the left bank of the Rio Gr nde. sued, when one of the students struck one of ings.
Sate The various evolutions ill .frated fine dia
11 are by
I Will b required of delegates residing in rc- his duties are similar to the same office in other upon their intelligence and principles with Worth was offended at Mejia's discourtesy, and the keepers with a cane, who returned the grams. Infantry officers, as well as Cavalry) will

note sections; yet the people of those counties who States, who pay *?2500 sa1 As to a Register signal disapprobation. They have sene enough to declined giving the letter, hut stated the con. blow, killing young Glover and wounding quite find this volume to contain profitable instructions.The ._ .

> disposed to incur the expense of sending delqdin of the Land office, at a salary of$1000, money could choose their own men, without being dictated to bywhig tents. Gen. Vega opened a voluminous ar. I seriously Messrs. Johnson Williamson and work upon examination will recommend itself.

1". i can b represented by pi ones, properly in. not b better expended. The Gazette. pretends the members. They have pride enough to repel gument against the right of Gen. Taylor Waring. The keeper has been arrested and For 1\Iay sale 2.by i S4G. P. A.41 HAYWARD.

an grafted u to their wishes and preferences. I is office useless. We would ask, is there a new State I any gross insinuations against their Representatives I etc., to which Worth replied that he came to committed to prison. .

fcigUy desirable, however, that there should apteral iu the Union which has not created such officer ? and to show arrogant advisers that they have a discretion I state facts, not arguments. Gen. Vega said LAW NOTICE
a b With million of lands located of their the flag of the United States, now flying in AMERICA-By .1. Thicrs.Permit me .
attendance of delegate from all the nearly a acres public own. Have the peopfeofthiis State p
coun- (to to ; in whatever ::3wtL
9 his you i.i any degree American OHNTTT !
if they can by any possibility attend. will and to be locate.!, who is t'. t.!churge of the so little knowledge of their own men. that they must sight, was offensive to Mexican pride. say

r te$n opportunity for interchange of opinion I cf entry and sale of that. vast an.Jurt of land ? Whoto go abroad to learn their chaucer ? Have they so Worth answered, that that was a matter of greatness causes your displeasure you / LL resume the practice cf Law. Omcc IJr '
s lire a : arc ungrateful. For if within two (and W HI* YARD.
attend to the interests of the State in this ? little judgmen, that seek taste, and as it was likely to wave there, he years .:
the
i news, and feelings in reference to maiisubjects of regldhal they must counsel of well informed men have been able to April 25, 1546.
interest which might be brought before the Convention it be left to the Count Court to b rented out others to direct them in the choice of public servants I would soon become familiar with it. a How if within two in prceirethis 41)S
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3 and as % all the tillable Sixteenth ? Have little interest in long will it remain ?1" said Vega. Its ten. years, quesioiis Claims against the United Slates.
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not only a!to the interests of the party, butte destre. nearly they Si principles to England has shown good it is
1 well-beir.j cf our State. Such assemblages are Sections have been, by those who hate rented them b acted upon by their Representatives! that they ure is clcrnity, *V. answered Worth. know that you wi JOHN P. DUVAL. of Tallahassee, Florida and
not to the
** very wrong owe
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1 you A. of
DICKENS
of the late of the Washington City
I for a ? Let the Gazette consider for are willing to trust other whose interests Consequance :
productive of from the acquaintancesferried sing a moment men even dec'
Joyi foo President the uneasiness that America causes her, and to will prosecute claims against the United States from I
by the dit portions, a well as a reId ,I that there is property to the amount ol millions of I: may be different to designate the man tl.ej should which upon subject brerc rank the great influence America exerts In the Florida or elsewhere. Letters to DCVAL SL ThcJt- .

fall intercourse a to the wants ad wishes.of d. Ilari to be pUctd ua K-r the charge, t>f some oflcer. choose ? I not, then they should show their indignation that distinguished degrades Gen. Worth to a colonelcy world. No practised statesman should misunderstand SON, Tallahassee Florida,post paid will be attended .

And is the office not of sufficient! magnitude to at such interference with their views and acts officer has tendered his resignation the to. 1)UVAL. & DICKENS.
tie pple. and i is now at this post,awaiting the immense advantages resulting April 2:. lS4f. 40 :
been time require a competent salary, that a competent on the part of stiangers. _
no or place certainly designated person departure of vessel New j I to u< from American greatness, and if by a a I

fo the holding of a Convention ; but we would )be induced to take charge of it ? Surely the f But why this attempt tr bolster up Mr. Ca.el!. ?_ O On the night a of the from llth OrCIDS. f.ctitiou' cause, the growth of a people could S.R.rORTUNEHAS :

rpst >' the time, the second Mondry in July.and matters have r.tver cnUred into the n.ir.d of the Gazette Has he not strength of his own sufficient ti sustain instant I quickened, I declare freely, for just received per Schr. Antau from Havana
Ampudia arrived in Matarnoras: and on my countr'silterest 1 Barrel Tammarinds
tie place, either at Madison Court House or SU"": editor. Besides tin"re i-j n such officer in the him ? Can he net make the people of Florida believe I sent a commnnation. I to, Gen..yesterday I. for the freedom of its politics 1 Spanish Peppers.

ttt Springs. in Columbia county. .. State as Register! of Public Lands. The last Lcgisaturc of him what the \\his member pretends tn htj j! lor, stating if he -lid not fall behinJ the Nueces Tay. accelerate American grandeur." Stone Monkeys r.r Water Coolers

We would further recommend that COITJ.TV Mrrrrrci : i is true, created the office of Register, but lie\'e. without aid from abroad ? I should be it wnild be Manilla Hammock ;"
held: declaration of
as a .
"* held immediatdy throughout the State, for failed to elect the Ofei. The duties, 110"eer,are pride l.eret home to make these impressions, which }I Gen. Tailor has ordered Munroe .I A. FEATHERED PATRONESS OF THE NEWS April 23.Z'II" _40_ ;
Maj. ,
I the purpose selecting delegates.O discharged by our patriotic Governor without charge place him so far above Mr. Imcenbrolsh. by his j!, commands consider p'rEnTbe Marion (Va.) Pioneer states For Sale. 70NE
o post to war declared, I Icl
to the Stotf. for the present; but when the lands own acts and bearing, unaided by the parti-lilies of I I that it has a subscriber, a lad of eleven year aingle-horse BUGGY with fine .>

; recon. shall hate been located, the of office those who do not belonc to the State. No matter, < act accorJingliDoubtless Ampiidia did rifage, who pays his subscription in eggs, nnd ber top and spring purchase,made
importance 1e not wish to be taken at hN word, but Get. _in the best manner. Apply to '
The last news from Washington represents that will L aIpreci.te and the tbsolutc ntces-sity of a we have said enouh. With all tl.e help he can pet- Taylor will not be-huml>u jjed. Having but" one hen, he expects nertodoher April *S, IS IS. .I,) J. R. FORTUNE.Siiar. .

:: till ail-absorbing question has been seltletLsofar as Register PuliC Land made appaicr.t. from any quarter, he cannot persuad.-the peorlecfFlorida Col. Cross, Deputy Quarter Master General duty. This is certainly} hen worth hav. .

.1 the action of Congress is concerned. The di;agrce- We merely remark in tl.e conclusion:. of this article to give him a majority of their votes fcr Con. rod ou' alone from camp at head C:3. 111g. 4 BARRELS Crushed Sugar

cent between the two Houses has been amicably ar- that the expenses of our State Government have gress. t;?s a few days ago, and has not been heard Gen. Washington wrote a circular! to the 4< 4 cases Loaf do

f rwfed by committees of conference, and resolutions thus fir bttn several tunes less than those of any of of incc. The Mexicans deny an knowledgeof Governors of the several States of the confederacy 2 Hogshead) Brown Sugar, !

f passed, leaving it optional with the President when the neighboring !ttl : and the facilities. daily adding. 1lessn. rodtIbrouh and Cabell.! him. ) calling for continued actity'in fur. 2 Barrels New Orleans clartfed Sugar fcr sale
LLOYD A. FLAGG. t
t to Ire the notice of the of the treaty of to the increase of The last" Adiertiser"says- wii'I The writer; Gen. force by STARR j
( abrogation our income will in a \cry short says Taylor's num. rushing troops, and concluded with this instruc- April IS, 1"46. 39

:; 1S2 (or the mutual occupancy of this vast territo- tine reduce evh individual] tax. Our chance to b? a source of the highest gratification to the frier.d !i bers2300-Ammidia's from sir to 7000. th'n-- ,,a'jnn' 0 r 0r 9M>t ftiffjprvffin ,.. .
P'S
I IT I is a .er remarkable circumstance in the State Got eminent is dilv. aJJiii; numbers to our of Mr. C. at home, to learn the hiirh estimation in I The Picayune gives the following information treaty J---noI', by preparing, rre in the moment:: f Baron and Pork.

; pusare of these resolutions, that both the Washing Copulation. New land is taken.up and brought into which he is held by those whos acquaintance he had touching the disappearance of Co Cross: negotiation, mot rigorously for the fold."- OIDES, Shoulders Hams and Prime Perk.just re- :

Union and National them- an opportunity of making dunn; his absence .On the of the 10th Col. O ceived and for sale by
: inst.
Intelligencer profess temporary
ton uititationealth: ] There
js j>ourinj;in uj>cn us, and the loornint I can be no doubt of the propriety and STARR LLOYD & FI.AGG.

r selves highly pleased at the result.. abundance of the produce of a rich and fertile soil i is abroad. Cross, the Quartermaster! General <;f: force of the position. April IS, IS 1';. 39

The subject has excited the most intense interest I (obliged to render us a t thrifty, independent people. We, of course, hare the highest possible reject the .Army left the camp on horseback uat-1

; throughout the long and tedious debate in both llouin four fellow-citizens cf Escan.Lia arc obliged to pay for ou contemporary of the commercial Emporium i j tended, on business in his department. NEW DISCOVERY.-The Baltimore Patriot NEW SPRING GOODS .

; ; has elicited in its investigation the greatest taleat .two State taxes in one tear," as the Gazette ccm- Prompted b)this, we take the liberty tosuzet L that returning within a reasonable tiH. alarm stales that it has been discovered by Professor '

in the country and has led to the deepest re- lams, it is because they- were behind their fellow- the fo e;oin: must have been sJransely perverted by was excited in regard to his safe!.\". and parties I I Morse, that t the Magnetic Telegraph can now J. R. FORTUNE 5,

: lerch ou al sides. From a rt\"if' of the different citZensfother counties who paid their taxes theI the typo: \\think so because we have ever suppi-. were sent out for him, but could obtain no sa- ,I be worked without the use batteries. Several IS now receiving per brig Republic and daily expecting

t speeches we have: per.I, we are pretty well per- ear in which theiftrerf iluf. I i is rood policy alJ SeLl the conductors of that print to be honest searchers tisftctory: tiJin s of hiin. Three or four days I.I experiments have been made, all of which and well selected per brig assortment Peconic from of FANCY New York.AND a STAPLE large- '

nided that much of the feeling has ben excite]I I J Witts to pat rwml tho. r,"r. ons who pursue this alter truth. They are young men, and should elapsed and the gravest fears were entertained proved highly satisnactorv. This discovery DRY GOODS suitable for the Spring and Sum.

from the danger of a sanguinary war with Great t plan seldom complain. I.il a newspaper subscrip not trifle with the confidence and good senseof their I for his life when haj) pily, through the energy will be the means of saving much trouble and mer trade, consisting in part of the following:

title has been readers, by endeavoring to impose too far theircredulity. and adroitness of officer of the Prints Paris Shade Rollu.White ,
E.ta The suhject of less dismss two it i is easier to |I'a Y lien it is due, than an account uprn an dragoons, expense. Fancy

tin it should have been, and few have ben abe to ct many tear's standing. We trust Escambia I In charity wesupposethey must hate intended it was ascertained that Col. Cross had been --- -- Linen Drill" Satin French Barrges.

drterEine the of title. to say that is a source of mortification taken prisoner by a of Mexican roncAc- Second I'ound of Q ar.crIYlc s Brown" stripe I'
as to true extent Sufficient county, or the e.to of the Gazette, will not be the I deep party tU Figured Bansly. Graduated Robes.

10t-er.we believe has been elicited$ to satisfy most first to cry out against the burthen a State Go- to us that the editor of the Sentinel, from whomwe ros, consisting of a captain lieutenant: and firemen Tallahassee District. Cottonades, ($Lama" I

enquirer that the title of the United Stales to the ernnient.eo little onerous as that of Florida. expected evidence of a riper judgment and more and carried off.MEXICAN TdHihasee. Station, at Tallahassee, May 10( -17. YorkMixtures.Vh'tMuslin'[ ;
Leon Circuit, at tft-ntenary, 23-24.Montircllo Clambroon Nankin, JFancy. Blonde and Herna- '
wflolecf: Oregon, i i. fa better than that of Great EriUin. tact, should have seen proper to print in his paper Circuit, at Lebanon, 3( .. Colton" 5 mi Scarf,

The resolutions nut concede less than: the A Florida Guardian. a I.ter. purporting to have been written in Washington AFFAIRS.-IMPORTANT TRUE. Hamilton Mount. Zion June )G-:. London Drillim, Rich Satin stripe Earego .'.
,
Otb parallel ; and doubtless, in the present state of Owing to our absence last tvttk no noticetvas taken by a distincuished \.hig.' announcing to Some details, both curious and important, if Madison Macedonia 13-14.Tnomasville Light Plaid Gingham. j Scarfs, .

taes, it is the mot prudent decision tthich could of an extraordinary: communication in the Sentinel, i tl.t people of f.rd. that ir. E. C. Cabell really authentic, are given by the New York Cour. "" ". Thema"ville, u I 27 20-21.Trotipville 2i.. Earl tnn "" .;Rich Fancy Dress Capes.
French
work collars
was a trentleman-that he had not been long ier des Etats fjnis Troul'ie. Cout
tire been made. enough Saturday According *
.A Hut it is morning. Warrior Mission, 5. "
signed Whig. not now too late to \ July 4 Irish Linens, fancy Silk Points,
i I our investigations we could come to ro othercaaclusion speak of it. S rich a morsel docs net soon become in whig traces to become bespattered with their arrogance to this journal, which professes to have Please give the above three or four insertions,and Damask Linen Napkins Shaded fringe Polka cord

: and dictatorial manner in debate, its information from reliable the oblige, sincerely, Mit .
than that Spain owned the country up to I I stale and we are sure cur readers cannot better political sources, various I yours Towels. Egyptian .
54: 40 by That although she treattd served than in b and wa consequently treated with great kindness by factions of the Republican party, which, May 2, 1S4C.- P. P. SfTH. P. E L. C. hkfc (emb. super.) $jSIeeve and waist girdles
discovery. I by being put $ of
po >essicn somcthn.gso (S:>- The Sentinel will please copy. Cambrics and Jaconetts, Ladie white and colored
with England in to it, that granted the democracy in Congress. That Mr. Brocken- with di\n objects in view yet are of one ac. '
treaty and
t regard "t rare *o appetizr.g. Indeed we Crl, regret Grass Cloth, kid Gloves
------ -
( no right of sovereignty-and even had it done eo, that we cannot give roc t& the "lult brough was nrt half as much thought of by the w higs cord in their opposition to Pared,have agreed OBITUARY.Died Irish and thread Edginss'Gents'! II do. ;! '

the subsequent war bettt con those nations abrogated : for it is our anxious desire, that the people prauhtn.of Florida as Mr. C. was by the d lr.crts. Does this letter- to act together taking Santa Anna as their on the 9th of April at her residence near Cambric and Muslin (edg-<20 ps. rich Bonnet Rib-

;f a nullified all its stipulations-and that Spain, by I It should know what it ia, whence it emanated and writer mean to say, as he certainly insinuates, that chief; provided he will give the guarantees Marianna.. Mr*. ANN LONGconsortofCol. Richard ings and insert ings Lace,), / ben". (
Black Fancy Caps
Mr. really is quite amiable, and all that, but tl.epeople they require for his sincere and faithful return H. in the! 51 of her Trimming
.t tie Florida treaty ceded 1 er title to the UnitedSates. I fur w hat purpose it was \\nttta. A short abstract ol r Lonsr. at year ago Gimpem Insertings. :Rich Fancy Pan llettel. -
I ; of Florida, arnojic whom he has from to liberal opinions. Mrs. Long was a native of Georzia, since 1S3 a "
Whether an notice should have been given.er it day be grown Printed Paris Lawns A largo assortment of
whether that form of notice which been udul I l boyhoesi to manhood, did not know until I. who Negotiations have been opened to this end, resident of Florida. She had been laboring under N. S. Sulphide Muslin, French Flowers,
I.a art A tinguisritd member of Conires-s now at V."a>hingtun I Santa Anna has the an athctivc. painful and mot distressing disease Plaid Swiss Muslin Fine straw Bonnets
have known him full three ks.havese all giv -n stipulated t
; : wc n guaranties
is the form tI1.4.and last
upon by Congress (t we cannot ItH. the Sentinel ( lr several years during the three or "
tells us, i is the author of this Ombre Eagle Eye
: But PREMPEXT teen a more to in him. ? He has undertaken to and we have: seen, says the Courier aclnflentialleter lour having been closely confined. She has left a .
WE LOOK TO THE ; having Plain Swiss and Book do. Florence ,I
cocm nicatuu Who he is by name we arc not told from his companion in exile bereaved! and a large circle of
his earliest supporters have seen nothing struct the freemen of Florida, that they !hl in-j, family many reltives. Ombre Balzarines, Neapolitan to
Cong but are left to This member of Con friend, to her ; I'
conjecture. which regret I II
gives probable Padded Rutland
phantly sustain and Mr. C. their Crtcencio Rejon Prmted"
his but that which entire ad 'tur Rprl
i course meets cur presshas taken a There j is, perhaps, no class of composition more i
this means of information $ II
civinc some tative in Consrrcss." explanations of Santa Anna's past conduct, Satin Stripe Mourning Rich Lace
cheerful We willing still to amenable to criticism than obituary -viewed t
concurrence. are rely essays
and advice to the infant of Florida. He Balzarines Sa'n Yictoriaemb"
upon his firmness to preserve unsullied the national Ieo.le! As a free press,scorning alike foreign influence I and vouches for his present good faith. ai monuments in honor of the dead, which friendship Broche figured mourning English Patterns .f _

honor and fchitld from the thinks they" rte a guardian and. gd, cenerous (excuse us, centlcmcn merchants of Apalacbicola Senor Rrjon 1 Las also published a pamphlet and pride, or affection and gratitude, in their Muslin *Paris lace trim'd .
; on hy patriotism, to u* '
soul ;as If is, lie Ins cuiftituents and fond have Though they be in
own the which induced Santa
I reasons : partiality
forlft and fulsome flattery, we in all candor think f1plailiug erete.
above selected of decided
they The
of and contest with certainly were by a gentleman
nit a unnecessary ary laninr) vuluntanit I truth but an endeavor perpetuate an example of
undertakes
the guardianship. The first Anna to make, and himself hi* Minister to those
Eafland. should Lave written what we have taken the virtue, for laudable emulation to make the memory taste, and he rests assured that who will
thing he does is to write from Wa.Linztin, to us I the decrees of November 29 and call and examine cannct do otherwise than award
t-l approve confess it
The enthusiastic friend to tJie srread cf lucaa liberty to !tosupposemighf have been knocked into pi excellence supply its presence, we m.svhe
mot Flondiane that Mr. Cai-ell tvim ttlH Congress the Devil, and that the imp substituted the December 2. 1ci11 J. t by which Santa: Anna difficult, sometimes, to render justice to a worthy him thatcredit.
freedom cannot pt.ct the rreOtnes to which by us, but the House in tiolition of all its b.1 extract i I established a species of dictatorship by dis. sU'IJ'c without an apparent decree of exa ;eration. He has alsojust received from New Orleans:
our happy country is destined to With onefoot sacred rtue. we hate taken fn"m I lheAdvertis.rascditonial. : it i is virtue, in the quiet vale of private life that i is Rich embr'd Canton Crapo Shawls worth $40. .
most obligation, to let him keep his seat, and solving the Congress and restraining the li. figured Linen Cambric for dresses, '
efficacious in its influence' because it is there
planted on the Atlantic, the other on the Pacific Mr. Bnckenbr Extract of a letter addressed to Hon. J D.CtTMMiJs most.
gave it to To leiseyc, this tile berty of the Paris Lawns,
uth !(OlSal press. most beniMcent in its ministration; yet this is an exlibition
-with it. numerous streams, valley and mountains the worse, when lie looks back and MC that the of the House of Representatives under I Don Manual Rejon justifies these extreme of virtue to which we drt not always accord Embroidered Robe,

towns and cities, dotting its surface like the later was brought out for Concrcj* t>y a t Itque.when date of 22nd April. I.Hi. I mtIIlrtl.ty showing that Santa Anna and I the merit it might claim : we shun the shade,noughtis Black Thread' Mantilhs-worth $23,
Silk O. K. Mitts. new style.)
(
Long
stars in the firmament-with the rich commerce cf the former chose u Postmasters( not authorised lair intended so attractive glare.
invade
disdaining ci'ues. to run upon a Deputy by him-clfsincerely to Texas, a All of which he offers on the most reasonable terms.
the east to our door- Lo can hazard a nor the instructions of the ) to break I ; Patience, under sufFerinz, and firmness in end:
brouh \ guess mere fashionable invitation. he tells us that TtIarlmtnt. persuaded as they were that if Texas should March 21.15-15.:5
TIn .the seals of packages of rance gentleness amid trials that test the temper, ifc
I'tbe extent of the grandeur of our future fate u anation. :Ir. Cabell was much liked in Wa.lungon. bj both They are required fankd: by ihe Mer.bfn 2Cr'th Conj j be annexed to the United States, it would be and a generous disposition preserved throughout the
!
.' Whim and Democrats, but that ( a whit .i instruction eres of the Department toremove thl ltandinl wrappers forever lost t to Mexico. incessant pressure of afictIons calculated to engender SPRING & SUMMER GOODS. ;

about Mr. Brockenbrouph except the democrat ; of newspapers, pamphlets and magazines, to I Confiding in the explanations and pledges selfishness, are charter which should THE subscribers take pleasure in informing the
State Go'enl<'e that frauds are not committed the receive the tribute of esteem they never fail to in- of Tallahassee and the surrounding
and finally winds up, after telling what a superior I upon revenue thus given the Republican coalition i ispreparing .
the last Pensacola Gazette an article of the Department by enclosing manuscript spire. In the subject of this notice, these attributeswere country that they have just received by the last arrivals -
in
observe
Mr. C. to Mr. and how Congressman to Santa and place him at the .
man is
B. mud .matter: but. this instruction does not apply to recal \nna exemplified. from New York a splendid assortment of I.
on the subject of State Government which betrtoyi he would make by expatiating upon the "franked packages.." I bead projected revolution. But with Endowe: with an intelgence"hich avoided dis- Fashionable Fancy and Staple Dry Goods. And

not the less ot ignorance than it does of mis- delight it would gitc the whig mfl hers of Congress I have t the honor to be the success of that revolution his task wil I ; >with as unostentatious they will be constantly receiving from New York
and disposition it was sincere; with a spirit fervent it wa and"New Orleans selected the first housesin the
rip cntation, a spirit of demagogueis-m a to hate Mr. C. sent back. Very RtIftfuly. end. Once restored to Mexico, passing over a a a ( by <.
unaffected, and manifesting a regard and care for the
The editor in above places, with the greatest care and attention, .
of fault-finding. ( the ruins of the monarchical]
political What think you of this, people Florida ? In the (Signed) W. J BROWN.2nd. party, Santa An. relief and comfort ol the unfortunate which proved particularly for this market) all seasonable goods in
tie first place, assumes that so far as the people of office of your Secretary of State, are returns showinga Assist. P. M. G. na will convoke the whole people in primary. she was not engrossed, a well she might have been, the above line. which they offer low for cash at

FJprida were concerned they had no choice whether IV.t Office Department, ) assembly' and consign to them the election I ofa by exclusive attention to her own; she was one of their store in Tallahassee or Montirello. .
of votes for Mr. Brock and
they would assume the responsibilities of State majority nbrough a a Appointment Office, April 2'2. 151G. ) Congress and a President, himself renouncing those rare characters, who L. & II. GREENBERG & CO.
consequence of tmrh} a state of farts he now holds his -- ---- .Do trued by stealth, March 21. 1946. 33A
Government or not-" that Congress would bring us The majority fur Mickle.the democratic candidate the latter office. And blush to find it fame."
in Yet this r
seat Kepresentatite.
I into the Union whenever a nonblath"lding State at Congress Washington ai ,your who knows more about your for Mayor of New York, is oter seven thousand Thus Bjx'aks the Courier, its revelations Such was Mrs. Long; and she realized, in this Laws of Florida. )

could brought in, to the balance '"cn"I ran are of iufTicient importance, if they are true. world FEW copies Pamphlet Laws of Florida late
keep three thousand stated the Sen
b sotes hal we of Florida do, insists that Mr. 1!., has not a erroneously by I The bright reward of a well acted life." Session, (for sale by J

that our applicable was irrevoesble-our position no to the heat. I we understand him right he tinel Too low for once in )ourjgw'ing. Mr. Sen Experiencing some mitigation of her protracted March 21. 1S45. P. A. HAYWARD. 'i
Unchangeable by any wih; (.f ours." rlz1 has tinel. The Liverpool Courier thinks that the refusal eufferinirs towards their and fortunate in being .
means this no matter who is elected, Mr.[ Cabell cose.
Now we have never so understood this matter of to arbitrate amounts to a declaration of surrounded by her companion, who had tended COMMISSION & GENERAL AGENCY ;
more of my repert than hi? and for that her for with that
SormERX M t''AcTrREs.The last (5a- an assiduity never wearies
Government. We never believed the General oppfett The same "An American years
war. ,
Sate paper says IX Iom
reason it is but ju"t, that he Representative and her children, whose affections soothed her list
tle
Government have forced us into a State Government zctte (Pensacola,) says that the Arcadia Cot invasion Oregon must be promptly} resisted i
hour, confident of blessed death
f-oul of Florida ; or, to use another idea cf his, Mr. a immortalty. no !& J' cJmIIr. Q l
situated 30 from that "
against our wish. I did not oo act in thu ton Manufactory, mill'l and severely l punished. ould be more tranquil, cmp d.

case Iowa. i i. to us a poor excuse, at thu day, C. can find more time to make himel agreeable in place is now in full operation-anJ adds, that If such an event may be alleviating- to a far.il subscriber having established an office ia
o I society, and the Washington folks un'tUn get Floridians will have thus bereaved, then surely there are inthis THE SELL AND BUY
the measure in.utmg that the : now an opportunityof irsta.c is prepared to NE- Z
fo favoring by Congress FROM IIAV.NA.-IlV the arrival of the P.
along without him therefore it i i. a sin and outrage actual many circumstances to afford reflections for abiding GROES and other properly on Commisaion at fur
experiencehclhcr or
would have obliged us to take the step century to that lie i i. riot kept there. The only wonder to.us is, testing by manufactured their Soule, Capt. Df'vaille! ;we have received files consolation. and reasonable rates. his intimate acquaintance s
lie
oat own The majority of the eople have not cotton can at very .With celestial wisdom calms the mind Planters and hi. )
f'ihe. this writer that his would I of Havana papers to the 8th insf. By an Ex- ths. with South-wwtrn generally long
lo many been clamorous State Government I it did not occur to purpose ,dot cheaper than it can he transported t lo of the Industrial of thai And makes that happiness s she cannot find." acquaintance in the business will afford him the best 1
yea ha\'e been better claiming for Mr. Ira Far day, we lear
and] then A. L.
accomIli.lll.d.y there and
the north woven transportedagain W. facilities for promptly advantageously discharg
-and more than the eoiile of West
none tb 8 held j C.-0 place in the Senate, for then he would have hada to the south, and sold at a prft.r e that on the 24th! March a fire occurred at (S> :liled eTie and Savannah paper will please ing! all orders entrusted to his care. For the present. ,I

nor Public meetings were 1 many sections longer time to enjoy the pleasure of his good com- wiih the Atcadia Manufacturing Puerto Principe, in which several warehouses copy. operations in Georgia will be confined to the
in the West, Middle and South. The East only heartily counties of Lee
and dwellings were : The loss, Baker Sumter. Randolph irwin f
destroyed.
eiistcncc.-Mo&ile He this life, Thursday, the 9th of Arril.
1 did until since our ad Company a profitable Departed on Decatur and Thomas; and, in Florida to the conn-
They oppose any.Now. however was not .
great. MARY wife of the Rev. W. H. C. Yeager, of Tallahassee
orp had believe that hew raid and Tribune.CALFoRu.The. ties of Gadsden Madison.
wt ,we been simple enough to Leon Jefferson and The .
Had ,
thetJnion. complained had arrived in Havana
1 ite lh Almonte on his wav antI daughter of Amherst Eaton,
Ferida. most references will be 5'
unexceptionable given.
i would no have been surprising, u a majority of l.o g-jt t lie largest vote was elected,but this w big tide emigration, I to England,-he was expected to stay but for Esq.,of aged 30 years. Orders for (the present. may be left at the store of 10
'our kind ads iser and guardian, us difTerent- says The next to the
was greatest assistance
But deeutd
in.truct Go.
W people ever protested the mflrf. tn be I two days. Messrs. Hunt & Pynchon where they will meet with a-
Louis setting
an.t the St. appears to her husband many cares and
Iy. Not the people' man shall stay in Congress, R'cie.
attention.
I its consummation, ln complint. in towards California The Cuban advices from Mexico were to anxieties which attend the duties of the minister of prompt 4
but the man the whig member like best. We stronger stronger GABRIEL SIBLEY. f:
from that quarter than from others,particularly the poor of the Sacrements. Oregon, for I the 31st March, but there \a no news, unless the During his missionary labors in the
I II the valley gpe. Albany. Ga., April 22, 1311'i 2t
Floridians consult wishes and elect
must not
,.. the West, if we are judge by the Gazette's notion our own least to have lost much the fact that upon the retirement of Mr. State ihe was his chief support in hy .
t I this se son at set-ms I
man who suit our but must find out what ing the foundation and in the standard of
tate several l batallions of erecting 820 Itewnrd.
f the feelings the people. r if ;its attraction. The enthusiasm seems topervade Sldel. troops dpartedrom the church in that diocese.In .
What people o under Heaven ever assumed the tnig Congressmen irom other states desire, and then all and to have reached remote ( for the Rio Grande-and the T.Uaha"i. where she lately the true "I.ITILL be paid for the apprehension of the
reside
sacrifice our principles and discredit our estimate of ca"'l. fact that Gen. Matamoros V Y( negro man HAYS, who runaway from ,
fcnn State Government without some A from important Mejia at and faithful friends of the church she }
o expDa men, in order that their pure desire*may b gratified (fctions thr country. party could restrain the did both rejoice in times of rejoicing and in Pensacola between the lath and 20th March. P
What child ever excellently! equipped scarcely enthusiastically weep HAYS is likely Negro.of light color about
aein over-grown lef pass. t
wpl
humble What Pennsylvania of their troubles, afflictions, and
What people we are an opinion
>Vs residence control, t assume the privileges -I an ed through ott city yesterday for Independence. belligerent, disposition of his troops, who were will time deplore her death the loss of a beloved adversity sitter 23 or 30 years of age. 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high, rather
a friends have formed How
Mr. C. Washington ofU i attack and the a read write and is first Steward
to AngIo- stout ; can a rate
of his majority wbo did not calculate to pay his We hear of companies having: eager conquer upon whom they have bestowed so many acti of
in their from ihoce intelligent mal Waiter. It is than be baa
removed opinion or more probable that
tar are we and that he had
*ay.and his own living by hia own exertions ? started from various parts Illinois, Indiana, \mencs. despatched 1 tmdnts* and affection. To them the consolation i* forced the signature of Mrs. A. M. Dade to a ,
mae seek servant not to ps
who perform
beings cavalry} and 200 infantry, to dis. afforded, that she looked forward to her latter ei.d
And who would not live independent, under and Kentucky. with which he hopes to escape to a free State. _Tbe
rt but the hall of tocial njoment-ot force of 150 Americans who had without fear, and desired te b released from the
duty lodge l a above reward with all will be
bus own vine and fig-tree. upon the fruits of his own t gc A party of English gentleman are now in of sin to be with Jesus she has fought theo necessary expenses
labor l to do wi. to ac after h own inclination, for in the position Point Isabel-and that having boy that she has finished her paid for his apprehension and delivery to lira.Did
rather than b dependent on other*-ruled and ou our cHy preparing a tramp moun. a fight, course, that she
governed by other,parents orguardianatbough they not to stand firm in asserting our righl.and claiming tains, and through the countries on the Pacific. merel/ sufficient force to protect Matamoros ha kept the faith and that the Lord will reward her at Pensacola. LEWIS A. MIDDLETON.
should be heard, no matter whose It the intention pf the whole at the day of judgment with
voice pre was of great an everlasting
hat our army
tt- ,
to M 3t
largeone
a
There of promises Mobile April 4,1&48.
i is independence the people The emigration very I
a among b crown of glory and righteousness. -Batten Chru-
but
dislike he encountered to solely America to cross the river and repel the inva-
udice b -
1.which make* then delight in being free.tw .- or and the cry is still they come. hats Itttneu. [ I
and democrats too may be made his lion t We that this valant detachment j otie .
civil that whip the aboreva of ( suppose
make their laws'ithout Since"writing party young
own
t nperru- I to the Hon.
th bound was the one which Gen. Taylor met, months after date shallapply
ioa o the General Gonrn4t-r to elect their riends. gentlemen arrived from Kentucky to without To School Tear.ber SIX of Probate Je&noa County tar letter I

O mien f snaongthemelvuwitbout the eontal I What .Mr." Brockenbrongh done that he i t Califbniia. We arc rejoiced to see that men captared bacfbecause tkeir waste of would power, and sent PAIR OF TWELVE INCH GLOBES for sale ol dumuHon Administrator of Mary Savage, late

f< can have interest hateful t whig members ? Why. srnply t assert of alerting worth are tU casting their fortunes : keeping' cost more A at Very low price if applied for soon by of eaid County,deceased. GEORGE JONES> I
fU- than they to.
came
ia their except rd a political with aU earnestness and zeal t b Florida'sReprssefttstive. in a land destined I fl no insignificant P. A. HAYWARD.' April 23, tS4. 10" c m
a p. hi rpt acted otherwise ElDiario Redactor de Cuba, gives an ac May 2. 1S44. 41 Jefferson County,
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-- ----.- --'-- ; LEWIS & AMES State Tax ColIector T8aie!
S\, V.i\mIISrng m ll (5).9 CIGARS.JUST State l"t'X Collectors zile.B ( )i NT W [ ( a r B virtue ofthe power vested in me b1 law'f

Y virtue of the power vested in me by law, I DEALERS expose for sale, before the Mrrt HOQIe' .

.1 1 HOUSE AND STAIR BUILDING. RECEIVED PER BRIG N.p. ROURNE shall expose for sale, before the Court House Drugs, Medicine, Paint, Oil, the city of TaUahauee, county of leGD, ,.

Ann .:I.RS quality JustoSanzPrincipeUUU door in the town of Jasper County of Hamiltonon &e. Window Class On the first Monday in
GERARD) VINGERIIOETS, '0 Cigars, next Toilet Articles, Perfumery, Augiut next.
first in .
(.".1'1 door South f the Union Bank,) ,IIJ Havana Cigrs.of the fpllowing choicl Tie .lody Scptcber will PAt TJ.I' BRUSHES MID COLORS, the following property or mn much ther,. 7 Inwi
t the or so much thereof the State Tax due the
brand flowif property a Ware &. paY on same for
: Gloss th.1eu :
notice that he is prepared to for Apothecaries' tre
\ iris
the
GIVES Washinstc.n La Norma's, pay and County taxes due on same STiN W1Sl9T2R2N and E. :
his friends and the public hand and for sale at the ad'
above constantly} on ,
15
IS lands
J. Corrill's Pauatd the year : belonging to Col. R. W. William, JOiIiIs
I with any articles of CABINET FURNITURE Regalia's:, The S E 4 ot Sec 33, and the E i of the N E 4 of THE market prices. known. t '-

I ) made ip In a style not !" be Varela Sec 33,and the entire section 31, and the W of S TheElS11S13NE i J of N E p

I surpassed by any workman in the State, Esculapsio Regalia's Damas, 33, antI I the I F.: i of the S W 4 of Sec 20, all of o 2. FKANCISCUS WIENKCItnrUKESthismeth Au oin store a great variety of articles for family I of N W 4, S 21, T2, R 2, Nand E W L I s<,,, JilIye"

and at prices corresponding ,with the. Galanes, I.12, Nand E.: The N E 4 of S2auudthe, : N i of <.d to inrD the public that heJ use, Pickle., Olives, Capers, M.icaroni Vermicella, Sl'3NW40fNW4,519T2R3N's1.

t irnc. Bureaus,Sofas. Tables of various inc, Settees Panctelaii :, and the N E: 4 of I SI. T I. I 12. Nand E.pur has removed his Cabinet Warehouse to the Currant Jelly, Olive Oil, Citron Prunes, Almonds, %V'4o( NW4S19N Vi3NandESkofNE4.S24T2R 4of s'w / '

Wardrobos, Cbar. and every (description and La J.I)a Napoleon, porting to belong to the estate Hector W. Braden. building formerly occupied by Starr &. Co.,next doom Rose am! Peach Waters, Sperm Candles, &c. !J't 11

ktyle of to order or repaired at the .. Also, the N W 4 of the S E 4 of S 7, T 1, U 14, to Peck'Tin Manufactury, in the rear ot which h* APC A.SORrMgNTA151IN OF situated, lying and being about filleeo. mi1et

shortest notice. He i* also prepared to conlrac for Jara', N and E., purposing to belong to the estate of intends to carry on the business (.f a CABINETIAKER.UNIERTAKERanJUPIIOI'ERE east or Tallahusee, on the road leading to
mmms1
Jhe building Houses, and such other wor ails
El! Luccro, Washington Dunham. : ;and Store or to the MicrOlOOkie Lake,
gcuerallv d"lE by house carpenters. ils prices in Coronij, Also, the S E: 4 of S 31, T I. R l 13, purporting to I feels well prepared to execute: any orders in eitherof Growth of 1813. long to estate of Tbeophilns Ilyman pwportinc "

this department will be such a to { 'S desl'rious t Pressed.AH belong to the estate of Penjamin Chaires. '. the above branches of his business.Ho Novembers 1815. 19 TheE4.NE4andSE1SNwlNa MdFr

of building to give him employ;while the quality --f LaraJte'l are warranted of the het'IIuih' Also.. Sections 25 and 35, in T1, K 12. N and E., ia provided with the best materials for the S3CT3R2Nand F.EjSE1s j it '

of,tanw.irk his work,done if it does in this not city.surpass, "Il at least : ;anl l wi be li&u.sM the lowe"t prices, b> B purporting to U-long to the estate of Thomas Liv- manufacture of new articles of Cabinet. Furniture, months after date Notice., I shall apply to the Hon W i, S 30, T 3, R 3, N and E., situated ?Ql -I
f April: 1. 37 A. HAYWARD. injrston.Also such Secretaries, Bureaus, Tables, Bedsteads SIX mngton purporting to belong to Lewis
for A-nd
To the citizens of Tallahassee, anJrrolndt ___ 1. a Judge of Probate for Jeflerson County, COl1aet.
the W J of the N E 4 of S 33, Chairs, fce., &c., in the neatest and most perfect the Southern Life Insurance and Trust Comma
thanks fur Administrator of Joel
country, he woulJ return his most hearty Taken lip, TIl E J of the S W 4 <>f S :3. st\le. He will also repair any description of furi.tu Letters of dismission tU TheEi.SE4S9; W J SW4SlO- '. Peat
and
received : deceased.
the palrun.tze he has heretofore : tru.sh T Smith' Urick Yard short The E i of the N I.1: of S 33: Walker, late of said'county St .1'IRI, SandE Ills
a .li.lall ; SI7.TJRl.Nall4t,
satisfaction and enjoy JESSE: WALKER.
that he may continue to give. 11 from /'albha eo, this d.iv, Saturday, The W 1 4 of thlS I: .1 .'f S 33. I(fc would return his r.tcflllhanklo (the citizeO: 23 f m except the EISEl| of ; al50.ELs efc
their! cOI'iJlnce and faur.I'cbru.rv The N i: of (the! S I E: 4 S .:*, has ale December 27th 1815. %V
______ I April, an iron prey MARK, of ordinary i < of lallabasnof.r the liberal patronage Ill 1, S 17, T 2, R I'i.a d W; EINWjs, J
>, I'Ii. 2S_ __ ly M-'r, ul>.mf six or seven sears old.Theimner The S \\4 of (the 7, .11 in T'!, R J Ut. n-adv receivedand! respectfully solicit a continuance Administrator'Notice.. 2, R U N andW., adjoining the lands belonnJ:

W H n mo can have her by pa)ag cxpcns, miapi'liciioii N and E. .\1"0. the F. ?h "f t1U" N 4, anu.l the of their (1'r.. a. he plwlgm himself to give satisfaction months after date, the undersigned will make Geo T.Vard, Esq'r.about five milts: tJa-ea.t1f OfAnd
of the N i K: of S .i.T{ I R > 5. Xand > in
the Yard. J 4 I. give him their "rdef both SIX Tallahassee,owner not known.
IJROCKENBROUC.il I. AUGUS at 1llrIIJlt. "hI may hnal return and exhibit, to the Judge of Probate
\.WILLIAM & ing to beh.iu to ti! .' '" UOUERT! and l.oCS8inTJRIN
in ; price : 1: ., wi practice part.lilr.l.il Wl.LI\I5. Also the N \V .1.i: 0, J .f the N I E: 4 nf S2il for Leon County. as ( d'
:
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tIl\ |Iii. 25Sotutiacril acres near Lake Jackson
attend of Mid- April \jQ, 'SIG. 3'J : : Janmry 1f 1' of Roderick Mclnnis, deceased, and ask for a discharge \ ,Purporting to Uloni,! Me
Thlwi ( --- the N E: 4 of' thvS S W4 ifS :"', t'ieSW4.ltli.S -- -- --- ---- Charles Villiamsonin .
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(i 'Iori.l. Jackv and Franklin coun 4 of S 17. the E i rl I the S W 4 <".f S V7. 'lie -' Ilnriiiouy.PCfi as'such administrator.. TheN W4 of S W4.S2G E And
\ l.S
Adm'r.March ; E4.S27
District. The of MANNING
county JOHN ,
lie, in the Apalachicola f- W 4 of the S 4 of S 17, all in T I. R.mtri14, Nand COPIES SOUTHERN HARMONY, jUltreeivec i T 2 R 2, N and E, containing 120 .3 Ofj
Thomas, ( eoriela. The Court Appeals of J'I'rb. IIEITINGS. Shirtings, O 1, and a large J 1 1-1, tew l 6m 36-100 acW
I!., Vloim? to I Edmund: __. situated and
-- for sale lying
purp.rtinl 1.'a It) and by being about fourteen
and Circuit Courts of the tlf Dry GmidHoots. vy miles
and the District a-i Staple Fancy noril
UnitCd s al.1 '
"rtJcnt S i: i of the S \ 4 ..f St. T I. R E.. IIAYWARD. of Tallahassee
,. 17 l'A. Gold Pens. east to
\ 1.1 Nov. I 1.1 purporting
suitable for the belong to tin
States at T.l1use.! Shs. Hats &.c..Vc., : Spring bel-m to the of Mills. ; Mad
purporting to e.t.If rrf. tate of Robert
,lF CI trade, JaIl cheap bySTARR : MILTON J. BRYAN.: To tlie friends of the Insane.rpHE JUST received, per Brig Emelir.e, 2 dozen Wood. Humphreys.
LLOYD FLAGG. Gold Pens the best article manu. Also the following town lots: Lot No.220 in
RROCKENHROUGH.Tallahassec.AUGUSTUS & No.1 tb
WM. H. ( Lunatic
Stilt and Tax Col. 11. Co.Fibruary : Directors of the Virginia Asylum, *
: ({ of the Is C.App
.. original plan of
":. MAXWELL, April I IS I"I'i .I'.' 2Isld.. f. '3 lde rim L at Williamsburg, would inform the }public of the factured. For sale by lot No. 17 i in the north city cddition Tallahassee, and part rf
"prill Is45. 39 tf Stat that, by a recent the Legis February*, 1'3-IC.32 1' A. IIAYWARD. to the city of Td. .
-' ---- law.
Notice. Sul1her lahaswee, also lot No. 76 in the sooth half of
_M-uiil-iy JT, le fib they arc empowered to rtceive I iii me patient ft*
Slt g. ltJc. NEW BOOKS. county quarter of said city.
monthafter date, I hall present to the lion. This is the oldest
M. D. PAPY SIX board, from other States. :
'! I' of Probate fir JePerson County, my final I I BY virtue i-f thre writs "f fieri (.iiiaa, issued (r"1 paying Institution the kind in the Union, having been TNOWNING'S COTTAGE RESIDENCES, Also the land Jiurportmg to belong to the "AHlachicola -

E c account .and vouchers as AdminiMratrit of Jcrctn'ahDrew I the CL-rk's ,'.''>,'- "f' the rip-nit; Court f..r the fomtded! )by .f th.- Colonial, (Government; in 1C9 ; and jLJ Webster's largo Dictionary, Land Company," lying in the comity Of I
I late of said ', di-ctasrd and a.liilltlicri : l-irc'iit of Filri.h. whtrein Guizot's English Revo Leon, bounded North by the line of demaretiioB I
County Miscellanies
rlLL Practice in all the Court in the .IiJdle! : ; COlntvof l.n. :II.lo i is, from its liir-ttiiintwst adapted for Southernersbe McCauley's AlWt
Y on the first floor of the Capitol apply for letters of dismission> as t.uci .\cmilli"tratix. : As.i i'ls.n.' Jes.. .\tliu-,11 and ,I.irs. Ch.uuH.T are ito removed In.ml t he pierciim cold of the North,and fution, Guizot's History of Civilization Dante, West by the Ockl kny River, South by the evuj4 I

South Cir'lit win One r.om formerly occupied by the naCIAEr )n\: {ilaintills! ami Ge; -rgi- Int.tu is defend tooL I have ; enervating heat of the South Its curative Poems, translated by II. F. Cary, Poems by Oliver of Waknlla, and East by the St. Marks Rim, U' ArAn

Socrctarv of the.Territory Jtt rson (,'mty. April t 11.1 : m''l'nxCollector's 1n il..III'f! ; ad: wil"'\{pl''l "al.: I>. Ion- the Court capacity fr.lllll i is of the highest} order: nine out often Wendell Holmes, Knowlson's Complete Horse Doctor known as part of Forbes' Purchase. _

November 1 r 1543. 17 I .-( in I o'i it> f TI1I..I.: "1 Monday: recover, it r"I'Livcdithin the first six months Yankee Stories, by Judge Haliburton, Three A. A. FISHER 1Sh
: : Notice. the 'fourth day of :!..,' 11.,1. hi. (:>l liours, thit'C,1tovin.t .MSS ,. It i is I." steamers daily Guardsmen, by Dumas, Pickings from the New Orleans and ex-offieio Tax-CoL L. C. I I.
JOSEPH BRANCH. 1.. O'B. BRANCH. '"F'lIE: ind-Toisned! ,Collector of t the Slate andConn- descril ,l I.rl.poly. to \\it : .f IIl..li.II.liDrf: ( not far easy from the at.H.Asy lum.! The mod Picayune,Jack Malcom's Log The Dtad Boxer January 2.t, 1'3-16. 27 6m I 5. C
tTiv: ,-s fur the of Leon hereby irivis Lot No. .t-J, I in addition; if the city olTallahassee. .1,1( at a -
J. ,. ISICAftCia county 2 fl ( non-restraint is insurcetjful by Wm. Carleton, Adventures of a French Gentle. '4 FI
& notice, th.it lie \ alt.n.1 at the Court-h'U, in the < Li't '. 2M. in the original plan Ir'Jtmelt. uj.n it ion. til Tlie : : :u.lmrt Sttt.of classification m n.The Mother,by T. S. Arthur The Olph Wreck- Tax Collector's IVotlcc. C '

ATTORNEYS 6\11 COUNSELLORS AT LAW. city of' i'all.itiai.ee, the List day of the vnuingTerm thereof aut l Lots Ni s. ;;.t uud :, in the S I of coun. of fp'r patients according ajKirtn.erits 10 their tate of mind ers, Cousin Hinton, The Incognito Count Julian,by I HAVE this day levied upon the following lot,n

T.U.L.'I"ctE. FLORIDA. c>f the Circuit Court of said county for t lie ty I U1t{ and al-o a complete division ot the cla'>s of!society Simms, Guy Rivers by do. do.. Queen of Denmark, tracts of land: The north west half of the aorta rb"I

THEIR connection with the Southern Life Insu purpusr (it receiving,the Taxed tluw said Stat. :ind Levied upon a- the I.r.pt'rl."f; !nic defendant, and The fare is excellent, and the l.oard I per week by Mrs. Gore, Sibyl's Bock of Fate. east quarter, and the north east tall of the norti
count, for the .sear 1s i'j. to be suIJ to saiisfv iaii writs ..f| t.icias. west Section
,
having ceased, f'urniah quarter twenty-one, Township tbze
& Company
rce & entirely o We have neat 1 b. d-roorn., a parlor tastrfully NEW MUSIC.A .
.
.
A. A. FISHER.Shri \ \ .i'lS1lCtig.Mirch : ; .
three hundred
tIlesvill their attention Range containing one and
to their profession.!(r-af.r i give (,cl"i\d) If, and ff-ojfieio T.t.Cuh1ectur.Tahliboe 31 t. |I.'!r. I By; J. W. .IFn"OOIJ. D. S. tll wit I curtains hooks :and,carlet uian,"."fd., airy r'nlrc.thl.otomali.mirn summer -. great variety of pieces for Piano Forte: Songs, of land, more or less,and to be sold before sixty the Court acrtt

They wi attend the Supreme Court of the State, 1 April I'., I: _39 __ -- -- retreats rs, rtenive a [ : \'candah1 for evening Waltzes, Dances, &c.SCHOOL. House door in the town of Quincy,on the first M .. Sofl

and th.> Courts.for the Middle Circuit. Tor. Sale Cheap, Sac! firs/ .1mll"1 in .Mun, I 4 1(1.( ratnbl; a carriage; an for morning(ndo'lr.and evening ridr'l; HOOKS. day in July, 18-16, for the County taxes due Cads!..

March ?, ii. 33 TF Ar.ri.IEI) for Mr W. Yvirfiii.of a writ nf fieri ficia.i i- 'ir>dtliLCIi f ol i' a.reading rom furnished with books and :newspapers Arnold's I.atin Book, first and second series, County for theyears 1S13,1544 and 1S45 andccsti,
iwinwliatcly rlv's.ir.ct th-'UfeSuperior' Court 'for Anthon's Greek Lessons Anabasis of Zenophon. the property of Malcom Gilcbrist.
1 Wat.nV 1 J in I IVlle ; mOrffH'r'ariOli means of amusement.
EIlIINC. (ftSJ, LOT ( L. fn, !Mi.ldle! Dutrirt .. ali in the and tot Splendid: Fire Screens Green Paper for Window JAMES A. MCMILLAN,
.OI iso N Cnlntr F.ridJ. \ Chapl tin resides building preaches
ATTORNEY AT LAW ing\ the, LOT Capitol.> 111on' Title III.mrI indiputable.:tn'l.t. r.m flwirge \V. Citl; for th. ns .of &.., i plain- t the liatients(\try Sabbath., Lfttersof i inquiry should Curtains, &.C., &c., just recehtd per Brig IS G. Quincy, Dec. 20, IS 15. 2-1 Co. Tax Collector. So"I
I I ; ;nul William Choice, -tranr.; i is defen.
\ehrini
Ciulncy, Florida. L. C. DEMILLY, directed to iJr. JOHN M. GALT, Physician arid Bourne, and for sale by Administrator's Notice.
attend the Justices' Courts of r.n ls WILL April bi fore the (\ urt.h.unabsir! :in It" city i f Tallahasseeon :Superintendent. : months after date I will apply to the Honor
the'ircuit Court of liJJII !>urr: \ lcainiia.M.irch : SIX
I'loril.au. II.,' lo-irth div! MJV within Extensive and Jude of Probates for Lecn (
,
Monday, next powlOwR New, Splendid county or let.
') the Court in the adjacent Counties of Georgia. Notice. 1 11 1 I. I t.ti. 3f! .
S Uil hours, the lollo.vinj J iiu.urt to ASSORTMENT 01'COl. ters of dismission ad administrator of the estate ol
'cit.d St.A
1i. 1- tf -
:u\"mh.'r'.HI.j months afU-r date, o present our tinal ; Joshua Sill late of said deceased. :
SIX \ "il wit : \ County
: Sentinel ,. WILLIAM H WARD @jM LOfl1i] O.
cop of
: <:u.it und "I1lh.'r.! a< III aznini-trtors! Tlie W. { of S. \\ J'ufS-.22T.2. R. 2. N &. E. SOLOMON SILLS, Adm'r.February .
Ruta rt'clord.,d.'ca'ed. and apply to tll(' I Hon. Levied said i'fcinantand! ATTORNEY LW GENERAL AGENT, Tilt; subscriberare now rect-mnja fine assr: 7, 19-16. 29 6m0
: upon projvrtv <>
m. Jud -e for Leon Countv for fitters of diitnisfi'ia a .1 .XI I of CLOThS, CA S KIMEJiS,& VEST-
COMMISSION I MERCHANT a I.hatl'a.JI't'I"tr.l"rs: of a.aiul! es-tatc. to bo ''Jl to satijfv.. suiJ A.writ A.of 1 FISHER lien fali:,;Sheriff.. City of \'adllntol I). C. I INGS which they are prepared to manufacture in NEW HOOKS Ac.rpoWNSEND'S .

rn\Russ.! SIBLKY: ) FPEC1FIrLL'annominces that he will attend the n>o"t fashionable rnanntr. Also,a large supply 01
No. 4, Front \'1 March l. I'I|f. Hy'J. W.Sunwoll D. S. Bible arranged in historical and
: L'I.EW.OnrIAXS.I.n. J. CARAWAY S ITI.5"! rr1. --. -- to the prosecution of Claims t"I"r'the several READY HIDE CLOTHING, _L chronological order, in 2 voU. oct.,

WILL at! 111 l t. ELLX(;, RECEIV -"'jI''l-| -..'., 1-J.;. .1''). tidlc .If t'liluy in .lay. l 1'K). Executive Departments of' the for t\'rlll'lt.Lands Money and, (made up by ourselves)in the latest style consistingin Sufferings of Christ, by A. Layman,
---- -- --- frs -ains! ag-ainM the tates or
and OR\VARDING, proIltlCSI A 1 in in isi valor's Notice. BY? ,'irl.1 \ii it (f Firi Facia issued: from tlie 'o the settlement "uitt.c Accounts, to claims be- part of Youatt on the HOl'1e,Dr. Lardntr'lecture*,UNos.Thier's .
and t (. life of Napoleon, 5 Nos.,
I despatch.November LL Ksindt'itdtltotheestateof: Anna BnoVs, Clerk's niLce of II lato Superior Court for the tore Commissioners: undvr Indian or other Treaties, Frock, Dress and lluslness Coat :
I&43. lrDr. A prs'I The Chainbearer wper's last work,
S wi late of J.-JJ-.T-oii! C' nt will county f LI'.I. Mi District (1 wherein > and to the
'" ; d.'ea.eJ. Ferid. In l ro. 11o1tiomi amid ol l.lr Land CI.ims. Clack and Colored Cloth, Ffl-ck and Dress Coat. O'Donoghue, by Charles Lever,
Uiake tininniutc: >a\ncnt to I'M"ib'rrilK.r' and : W.:1: is plaintiff, and Georl 'ctor and '.' Liml to Pe'i-iorn in the Army
JXO. (i. GAMBLE Jr. | ; 11"1 irfurint" Cloaks and Overcoats' Tweed, Saxa: Gotha The challenge of Burletta, from the Italian U
those iua i claims .icainst sji'l tate, irust > -nt \V4-wlen il iViidjuts,, I l.ave le\led connected therewith to theoloaiiiinig
: ii.Z ; j res art upon : oV_ or bu-iners and Beaver Bus. Coats& Surtouts.
al Theobold the
OFFERS his Professional Sr ices to the citizens tht f-r |ymcnt to the administrator. within lit and wil expose for silo, lit f'r.' th,';Court-ho\"edor. ..f Patent-' for scientific or useful Inven D'Azeglio or : Fanatic, by Henrici

&and its vicinity.Nov. time r.-juired{ bv law, or they \ill I IH birred l of re- in ,*: ( ily 'if t Tlljhai-surc\ ,on Mond.i) tli. fourth day (lions, and to all other business of a public nature re I'laln and Fancy Vest, Stilling, The Visionary, by Schiller, V'I
I''. 1S13. 17 tf co\tr BROOKS, (if M. y nextiiliiu the following dcscrilxd Azent. Black and figured Satin Silk Cashmere, Valencia, I Only Fiddln.and the Authors Daughterly Mars
l.al1uur" -- J.I- and Silk Vthet. Hewitt The White Boy, by Mrs. S. C. Hall,
Je&Tson 2 ( 2m Adm'r. | .r.rt; > to : to 'Ia
t individuals ,
\ )
Co."ri : 1"1' CdiJ.uun.umo't Iromltyattudl'd The Foster Brother edited Hunt
1. o'in -. Lot Ni,. .ill I I, in the original plan of the city of investigated k.c. I FANTSOF' EVERY DESCRIPTION. by Leigh ,

't ATTORNEY AND COUXSELLOlt AT LAW, Notc( Tallahassee.: Ali, Lots. No. 30, 3;; amid 3';, in the Information given free of charge. All letters to I The Knights of the Seal,Three Niehts in a Lifetimf.
Lester
ALSO -A VERY LARGE ASSORTMENT OF Jesuits, edited by C. E. ,
south half
Jaspr. ( Florida.NOT !ntl.f afh'r date, I shill. present to the lion of the county quarter. be post-paid. C
t lamlol SIX The White Slave, Maps of Florida, Book of Lv
'ounf' Lcvinl the of said defendants Cotton & Linen Shirts, Cotton Nett Merino
eialr 1 : ': (f Probate for JctTt-rson County, my final upon as property : :
22. I' account;and vouchers as Execute of Thomas I. :and to In sold to satisfy said writs of fieri facias.A. lion. A. S.REnnECJ WHTE. U. S. Senate. Collars Lambs-wool, Canton Forms, American Almanac for 1946, Albums,CoWPens

I I .\\XOTICC.3o \\"xJl:, late of saul!county decra,cd, and shall then A. FISHER, Sheriff u .E.: A I HANXEGAN, Stocks, and made Flannel and &.r.SCIIOOL
March ft, I 16hu.I J. W. Cravats, Jeans Undershirts BOOKS. a
apply for letters dismi .ion as s'icli Exetutor.BENJAMIN By S.FR WOD. ) S AI.EX. BARROW .
Wo WH2S23 MANNING.Jcflrram -- --- -- JAMES. Gloves, Drawers, Morse's New Geography, Parley's New National .

County, March 7, t 1i.|i.'; :1:1(: CmNotice. \chninitratol.'i Notice. D. R. ATCHISON SEfPLF., Hand'chiefs silk, camHalf Hose Geography, Anthon's Homer Horace.Cicero,Ae.Bullion's .1C
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, SIX month? after date! I shall apply to the lion. C. AMILY, bric, &.C. Hats and Caps.u'l'enJp.r" English and Latin Grammars,

: (iulucy. Florida. Ju-l e of Probate of Leon County for letters J. J. HARDIX, of Illinois. Boots and Shoes, &.c. Latin Reader, Latin Tutors

1 attend the sc\'erl Courts of Middle Flo months after date, I fcl.all. prcM-nt mj final ac of di-inisMon on the estate of I Charles A. Ncon. S. A. DoroLAs, Every requisite to a Gentleman's Wardrobe Errson's. Arithmetics, three parts C
WILL SIX late of said County Eclectic Readers, parts, Angells! Series,
tbrt't
and of Decatur County Georgia.January all vouchers a< the AdtiiiuitratuirofS.ixauel da.- WILLSGIIEENOf Kentucky.
t can be found at their establishment on the most rcasonalie -
Comstock's Greenleafs
JAM US Philosophy, ArithiDctics
A.
:3. is It. 24 .t.dtal. and apply to the Hon. Jude t>f ERTIrLOT. JOHN PETTITof Indiana.
terms. Our stock will be replenished by the &c. Just received "
and for sale
Jel'r"fn! County for k-ttt-rs of dismission Surviving' S. C. SAMPLE, by

C R.H.BERRY&Co.milE a\JL'i.i.lrator lf lai:1: otate.ALEXANDER. -March 21-, -I=JO.- -- -3-:-- fmK3BW C. B. SMITH, ." arrival the of season almost by every new vessel goods from purchased New York by ,MrSTILLMAN during -. January 17. IS-IC. 26 P. A. HAYWARD.

undersigned have this day a Co-part- SCOTT. J. A. WRIGHT, who will remain North the
forme Jt-f-rson; County, April-J. Is jr.; 10 rm G3fO J. B. of Missouri. during NEW BOOKS, &c.TL'ST .
,
J. the above : 0
:.'Z tier ship, under lal( the trans I! OWL winttr for that purpose. We flatter ourselves, by
GENERAL COMMISSION BUSINESS. PlUCKS rich style Prints Gingharns J. )I. HUGHES, such and EXCLUSIVELY received per Brig Sampson, Narrative of the
Notice.SIX 0 0 an arrangement by selling
I .lissioJ J Expedition to the Mountains and to Ore
Rocky
.
Hu--LVS
R. H. : : lialzarim-s, Minlin Gin<;- HENRV DODOE Wisconsin.
BERRY months after : FOR shall enabled
be sell
CASH to
we we cheap.
t D. P. HOGUE.Novtmber '\Ilt (-tirru, itt and d.le.vouchers 1.3l the present I Hon.our Jud ac-c hams, Shawl: 1., Start*. ('apes and Collars:, Gloves', -April-12. 1"1; 3s_ _ _ er than any other establishment in the city. All gon C. Fremont and North,price California 37J cts.in 1&43 and 4, by CapL J.

.4 10. [ 91"1- fThos. of Prolate. for: Jclfcr-ion Count, and then apply for Milts:, 1.i'r.,u a."!i 11 no| .'fri'li"r mliii assortment rica, and of a variety I.arc'and ot C -larllrrshll"TIIFnder persons in want of clothing are respectfully invitea The Crescent and the Cress, by Elj Warburtou

: I Heir, letters ol dismission a cxccutoi, and executrix of articles ( : to mention. Just receivedand i isned, havinz this,day associated th >m- to call and examine and Judt for themselves. Esq., Illustrated edition of the Pilgrim'* Proems

ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR.ef. AT LAW. Jose} h J"hite, late (.f said County deceased.THEOPHILUS l for sale by 1l'lll'rolJ together! i.nd r the "rirm of ST-nR. CLARK & STILLMAN, Tupper's Proverbial Philosophy,book of thoughts
i BKAITY: and FLAGG, will continue the mercantile Monroe street next door to Starr & Flagg. and arguments originally treated

; WILL continue to practice in the Superior and ELLEN A. BE.VTTY. March 21,1 I t l"l'L;r &ii:<:,r.REKNBniy; :co. 11\.ilws1 LlOYD at the Store f.rii>erl> occupied by 1%'. F. November I. I"-I:. 15 tf Illustrated edition of Vicar cf Wakefield,

I CourtsofjeTrstnCountv! and in the Jeffirson County, Ftbruary 2". Jsj IIi. :jo rrn 1.lod.Jlde! they! will! be pleased to !(-otheir former Oil Dante's Poetical Works, translated by H. T Cary
Consignment.
.t Superior Courts of the Middle District,and the Coun.'y Tax Collclor's- Notice. --- -- c'j tomtrs. I I The Philosophy of
I of Columbia in the 1.'tern Dfctrict.Uwidencc riUTHC. :1RJ. 1 CASK Sugar cured Hams,Sugar,T'a. Rice, Holmes' Mystery, by Dendy,
life ot Mozart
at Mntiello Jefferson day levied ujton lots No (.i nine, { : OF M S County. AllIni.inc.tsentrusted IHAVEthi-i. 1t. FoHECIOSLH : TiE StTU'CltCl'IT Fe'.ruary I IS 1". .11 I F. II. FLAGG.Notice. Arnold's Rugby School Sermons,
with him, will ; atten- l1'ven, Ifils survey, containing ''F Fl>OIHPA.THE ; Cheese, Crackers, \ nt'pr.IBtard! Pepper
--- ---- ---
4 t .k.lto.! L pOtlt sixteen hundred acres of .!, more or l 1""sl I ly ing between heirs. (.f John II. Sawyer (:I'ed. will I Spice Ginger,Nutmegs,Dried Applesand Peaches Parker's aids to English composition

March 9. 1Sf 11. 33 Little Ri-cr anti Rocky Comfort, and to Ix-sold ; notice that I intviid! to institute proceed months after date I I" ill apply fo the Probate Maccaroni Butter and Onions, for sale by Chances and Changes, or Life as it Is,by Charles
before. the Court HOIHO'door, in the t>.\vn ofQuin', in tlie: Circuit Court for SIX December 13. IS-I:. 21 R II. BERRY. Burdett, Rural Economy, by Boussinghault,
( ('ontv, for fromr
J'
f \cw York on the first Monday in July ; for the iUli.f.rllwilh. Iht.S'ltlr : Gadsden :{discharge Book of the Colonies, by John Frost
County
Cilyo.. 1 fi
j. 1.1. to I the I
of .n.d'se mortc
,
FI.rilt. cxerntfirsliii of the last will of Robert D.ivicNon
t aillr tar. faxes "II(;aihteri., County for year eighteen hun. :deceased v Notice. Book of Good Examples by John Frost,
rrall.tI.I Sawyer ,
upon L. W.
JAMES J. dre and, fori)-he (1.5)I ) and costsby the c.imallI in the city nf Key \Vi-t I. J.hli.. at tlie corner of den.-ased. I 17 l. l I.;. g i SPRATT fun SIX months after date I shall apply to the lion. The book of Christmas, by Thomas K. Hervey
'I, WELi 1tL)1) .rhu! "' I'urrhase. the j>r()i>crt} of the Apalachicola Duval and Fronttrtit.., and! known as part < f lot January: 9.'J ] !e of Probate of JellVrson County for letters Elinor Wjllis, edited by J. G.Cooper,
Ia.c t'ouipuny. number three in number Dr. IInllN Pill in onary slalsaiii, of dismission: as Executor of the estate of Elizabeth The quiet Husband, The Squire, The Heiress,by
to
J the above ) square; eHn. according
the CITY
f"n store, Jones late Miss Pickering,
t.twCn JAMF of said Countv deceased.
HAS A. MCMILLAN, .\. G. of mood! .Isthmai Bronchitut ,
and FRANKLIN : jltn; city. For Coiii fii, CoJih Croup "
where ho fO\UI'1
: Qiiincy Dec. 2f, |s.v ai (T,, 'faCollector.. RICHARD TAYLOR. Ascanio, or the Sculptor's Apprentice, by A. Dumas
still keep on hand choice belection of FRENCH C1\U.L$ :1\J.lOHY. innni I }> {-Coiiih l/ijltienia, !{oJrUnt.f.S"I'II. Jeflerson Love and Mesmerum.by Horace Smith
County Df'( 20,1S45. 2-2 6m ,
l' \ND ENGLISH CLOTHS CAS.S1AIERS, VF.STl.N'GS :otC(!. B:> S. R. \JlOHY, hi1"(1'). or Pains in the chest Spitting The illustrated history of Palestine,by Jno. Kitto,

.. I Ac. He would respectfully) solicit acontinuaice SIX.mont,after d.te, undersigned will pre Key Vvt, March 7, I.' .. :;:j ("Jwlm of Blotnl Consumption Difficulty Notice. The Manuel of Matrimony, by a Bachelor
t, of patronage bclieviut accounts and vouchers to the Judge of -- -- -- of Breathing, &.t. 4'frfflHIS months after date I shall of the Backwoods .
hil Forida frienc. > The Upprr SIX present my accounts Mysteries by T. B Thorpe,author -
1. : he will( enabled to en tire Probate of Wakulla County, a Administrator on the 1\IIHC Spring*, article has long been held in high estima. vouchers to the lIon. Judge of Probate for of Tom Owen,

satisfaction. estate of M. C. H.brt'ou. ali! apply for letters ofdismissiun EAST; I I.oHm.11'IT .\. tion for the cure of diseases of the breast and Jefferson County, and then apply for letters of dis A Winter Gift for Ladies, being instructions in

April 0, IS J5. 37 from .aid! -.l.ll. :suLscritx! r takes: this method of in- lun:". and is offered to the public as a remedy deserving mission as Administrator of the several estates of: Needle-work,

,::: JOHN P. HUNGERFORI ...! l.is frii-iiJs,and tlU public that a trial by all \\too are thus atllicted.! George Ritchie,George Smith Silas Krupp and John Fleming Field. Nich Bigelow The Orange Gi.(!
M'CANTS & SPENCER In right (If liii wife M. ,\. Iliin erford.cernlK.r ttkl'l a !1.-aso "..f th<- ubove establish Particular directions accompany each bottle of the Ackley. ALEXANDER JERNIGAN. of Venice, The West Point Cadet L.

,11. -D.- ---I:', h l.',. t:: "I of' >-irs; and will !Is. prepared to ac- itinlirine.! Price .V) cents. December 6, IS-I;. 20 6m Love and Murder, Dnrbin's Observations in At
.' ATTORXRYS 1 hi, favor him with their com Sold in l'dllah Florida .
LA 'V. NoticeS "I'f' by East, Clark's Caesar, Playfair's Euclid,

practice in the A'I Middle Dis IX montlisafter date, the unde'rignf will applyto pany. A: regards! the mineral qualities of' the water LEWIS & AMES, Druggists.Dwemlter Wakulla CountyTAXCOLLECTOR'S Noye's Penmanship. New Music, Paper for Window

,f,. WILL and the Coort of and in th.* the Honorable James J. IbO.Jl.. Judge 0'Prubat. it cannot be slra"t-lly any watering place in <*>. I' IS. 20Saiiiiicl ) SALE. Curtains, House Paper and Borders &C., Act
1 of Appals. of ,for dismission from '\lc ica. The o\il L.: upencd by the first For sale by p. A. HAYWARD.Jannary24l1G. .,
nver Georgia. Mouticellu county
C"untit I'.1 Idtl'r day of May. Charge rnd attentions 'V. Ciaratimack Salllllri D. Ste- BY virtue of the authority vested in me by law, .
I Fla. Sept. 21, IbIl. 9 the est ate of K. Brant deceaswl. % ill be paid to tb-c..sohint 11..1"(11.ot all who every favor him phens and J. Waylcs BakerTTORXF.YS I have this day levied upon, and will expose to 27 4,

-.i F. \i\KEK, ) may AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW public sale, in front of the Court I louse, in the county -
AUmr rf- their cimpaiiy.FRANCIS; Notice.SIX .
,. "30 ItKWAHD.RUNAWAY G. VINGERHOETS, \itl of Wakulla, State ot Florida,
I from the subscriber 15 miles J anu.r) I'). lsjr t: C m A. 1IUSON, Proprietor. I-JI \'E formed! a partnership in the practice of months after date, I shall apply to the Hon-
east of Tallahassee, on the night of the i March 7, lsj; :n ::11 Law, and will give their joint attention to bu. On thejirsl Monday in August next, of Probate for Jefferson County for letters

!. I' Linst a negro man TOM, five feetfive 2 For Sale. -. --- -- -- sine.. confiJed to their care, in the Middle Circuit, between the usual hours, the following pieces o of dismission u Administrator of Edmund Gray, late

: and a half high ; light complexion and an intelligent A WElL selected Miscellaneous Library of the JUST RECEIYED UHECT{ : FROM I HAVANA ny and! in the Counties of Jackson and Franklin of the parcels of lands, viz : of said County, deceased.

1 countenance : a peaked forehead with a scar r.ot 8j>pr "ed En rlijli editions! oil standard .J. u. I'OICTUNi" W -strn Circuit. SAMUEL IS. IS.EPHENS will continue Lot number 8, containing 414 acres,and known GEORGE W. STANDLEY.

,La : ..\tending between the (eye-brows to the root of his works, consistinz of about one thol"and'ol'IIes.. 90 000 1>HIMI: : CIUAUSin boxes of 100 to reside i at Quincy. SAMUEL. W. CARMACK the River Survey, according to the original survey Jefferson County, January 10, 1846. 25 6m _

/ IMJWH about thirty years old. "or particular, apply to c'ad I. snot l J. WAYLE HAKF.R at Tallahassee. One of the made by Asa Hartficld Surveyor. 'AUo, loU number -

,t l The above reward will b<* given to any person aptrchending JOS.; I.'. nYTI fWOOJ. 12 doz. !ftl..s uoaairt-d l SWEETMEATS: firm will opeitd a part of his time Apalachicola, 42, 43, 41, 51, 52, 53, TO, 61, 62, fS, 69, 70, 79, TO PRINTERS.Type .

r' ) said: slave Tom, on the delivery of the Jannary 1 1".1"1"' I ';, y. Ocilla, Jdfl'r"1 ) 20 llif S.iiij.| : CiniHtnoii. CllCOL\TI) :, ana will attend to any communications directed to 80,81, containing each 300 acres, and. known and Foundry Sf Printer Furnishing WaTtA rut.

p sjtne. to me, at my plantation. --- -- 2 kegsOLIX'KS: that place.December'.iO. described by said numbers according to the original subscribers have opened a new Type Fens-
r CHAS. L. POWELL. lotCl. do/.enCAI'\A: I"II 15. 22Apalarlilrnla made Asa Hart field THE
.. months d 12 JEt.\ -- ---. survey by Surveyor. All the in the city ot New York, where they are
J$ April 11,1810.I 33CLOTIII.XJ SIX afl.r apply to the Hon. February I I'I, I 1".I.i.! f.aiul above described lots of land situated lying and beI I ready to supply to of
; \ e (>f .!, in and for Jetll-rson for Company.ALL ordtr. any extent for any kind
--- --- C"Imt ing in the county of Wakulla on the west side of -
job or fancy Type, Ink, Paper, Cases Brut
Ittter of Executor warned Galleys,
.v di"mi".ifl of Moore, persons are hereby not to trespass,
: CLOThING :
a the Wakulla River of what is
M.OYP& l-'KACr; ,being a portion known Rule, Steel column do.
late of said cl-rreascd. S1.\UI. make commit Composing Sticks Chases
county, to use of or waste in un-
any
: \ L \RGF. assortment of SPRING and SUMMER riTeivinir, Brig: Emeline from New as Forbes Purchase,and levied upon as the propertyof and every article for Office-
now er a
t HARDY MOORK.: ARE |p la\\ rill] manner on the lands of the A Apalachicola necessary Printing
q. JA. CLOTHING : ANo. BOOTS SHOES HATS, JcfTt noon County, January !7, Is JO. 2G r m and: -eI; h'! "I'; r IJon.e t'ri'in New Ode.Js. Land) Company which have not been regularly dis- the Apalachicola Land Company,and will be sold The Type which are cast in new moulds, from as
_
t--c., just received and tVr 9l bv Rio loaf to satisfy their State and County Tax for the countyof I entire new set of matrixes
Liguira: un.I J.I. Cnjee, and crushed Sugar PH-.I-.I I .f l h\ us, or our competent agent or agents with deep counters, are
,, L. &II. GRCENBERG &CO. Notice. \Vimioliratoily', I I. lour, and complete assortmentof heretofore, ao the penalty of the law will be strictly Wakulla for the year 1845.AIIIJAH warranted to be unsurpassed by any and will be sold
.! March 21, 1SI4.I 35 months after date I shall present 'to the Hon. [Ir'J. Steel NiiU.; &I'. enforced alai list all otlenders. HALL, at prices to suit the time.
SIX Igeof Probate for Jefferson County. final February I. I.n;. 31HEW Shff. and ex offieidTa. (01., Wakulla Co. Printing Presses furnished and also Steam Engines *
be mad for
C Just Kcccitcd by J. II. fortune, account and vnUdlrl a Administrator of my Fr&ncis __: u _. ______ ol hrwise Applications, fertile inaj uiulisjxise.l of purchasesleases j>ortions or tractsof or January 22, [24] 1S1 27 6m ; of the most approved patterns.Composition .

; ; t) BBLS. PRIME LARD, Cast, l Ute of sail l County, deceased; and shall then : BOOKS ,\c. said l lands 1 lyinif and beinu in the counties of Wakulb. Notice. Rollers cast for Printers.

,. ":kegs apply for letters of dismission. as such Administrator.STEVENS [['ISTOIlY of Piiritaiii-n, Ly Thomas. Coif, I). 1.1"11\, Gadsden an.l Franklin, and known as A machinist constantly in attendance td repair
; '%r bbl yellow Iri.1 Potatoes. : BRIIXEKS.Jefferson l_ H., Fruits aul: l Fruit THIS( of .\lcrica.; by A. the u For'ie' I'url"ha"to our duly authorized agent SIX months after date, I shall present my final ac- presses and do light work.

t. Marc-h2Il&fl.- 35 CO'lty. January (, I' I''} : f.m J. Dowiiing Chri.uI3sl.lidas in Rome, IyV.. J. Mr. JAMES E. UETTNEH in the vicinity of Quincy. and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Pro. Editors of Newspapers who will buy three times
Kip Life of JOIC. l.y Aleuldlr SlidJll Mackenzie JOSEPH DELAFIELD, hate i in and for the County of Jeflerson, and apply as much typo es their bills amount to, may give U.

1 E. BAKNAKD, Notice. The Practical Astronomer, by Thou. Dick, LEWIS CURTIS. for a discharge as Administrator Ionia non ofthe above six months'insertion in their papers,and send

i; TNFORM3 h .friends.r.and the public SIX mouth.after date I will present my accounts Erasmus: Wilsl on I Healthy Skin, Trustees of Jlpalachicola Land Co. estate of James Hall, late of said county, deceased I heir papers containing it to the subscribers.

: J. that he taken the store on the vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate of The Sic of Frederic Schiller, by Thos. Carlyle January 10, l I"f x WM. BUDD. COCKROFT &, OVEREND. 63 Ann sL N.Y.
> of Monroe. and Two Hundred Footstreets corner Leon County, alI l apply for letter of dismission as Wiley and Putnam'' Library No. 2, Poe's.Tales, Jeflerson County January 17, 1SIfi.2C 6mAdministrator's February 21,1846. 31 6m

administrator of the estate of James Simmons, l late Citizen of Prague, by Mary Howitt, Notice.TifF. .
t opposite the Court House, Notice.
nearly ol said county, deceasi-J. Lady of N wJal'. Essay on Ievelopemcnt, undersigned, duly authorized agent of the LAW NOTICE.
be found Miln.
I ___ where may a .nera assortment SILAS D. ALLEN.: Masonic months after date, I shall present my accounts undersigned have united
DRUGS AND MEO } .Exploring Expedition, Chart of the Apalachicola Land Company, SIX THE in the practice of
-a
attsition
of, genuine of INE. Every Planters.- February I II. Islrt. 3u Orn; American Con"tiutions. Mir Lelc'. Cookery i is prepared to sell or rent such portions and tractsof vouchers, and make application to the Judge They will attend the several Courts ol
Idt to order Phllclan ) I of Probate of Leon for letters of dismission
paid County
Past and Carlylt.Splendid land within the Forbes Purchase as have not betnI Law and Equity in the Middle Circuit of Florida
warranted lore h. Notice.
i quality, for
All aice. J ea Bibles at low u Administrator on the estate of Bartholomew En- and the Counties of Franklin
family very prices, regularly disposed of by said Personal and Jackson in thi>
Land Company.
r supply of months after I shall apply to 'the Hon. lick deceased of said -
t COUGH CAMPHOR SHMAN'SWORM SIX of cltc.Jefferson for Clerk's Assistant, Baptist Harmony, interviews may be had with the subscriber at County. Western Circuit. Also, the District Court of th*
p. ; county MYRICK. Adm'r.
f.OZENGES.valuable a CATHARTI of dismission. r a the! Administrator of Jacob l.ter Mercer's Cluster, fuck'a Theological Dictionary, or in th" neighborhood of Quincy, or letters may be JOHN United States to be held at Tallahassee, and the Supreme *
.1)) aice wjd mot agree- : Carttr, with January 3, 1846. 24 6m
him Court of the State
i able form of late of said county Shakspeare aving. directed to through the Post Offices at that of Florida.ThOM..S .
4 SHERMAN'S POOR MAN'S the d'e1.JOHN FREEMAN. SCHOOL & place and Tallahassee. Just received by J. R. Fortune, RANDALL,

if1j 2' cheapest and best plaster ever (tee PL.'SR Jefferson County, February 7, l\ll. Cm 29 Goodrich' History U. States Questions to do.Parley JAMES F. BETTNER. Agtntof 1 IIID. extra sugar cured Hams,small size (or fain.I. THOMAS H. HAGNER.

Rheumatism. Pains in the and WeakAl'sSfbrl. Common Sbol l.tor, the Trwteri of the Apalaehieola Land Co. ily use, Attorney and Counsellors at Ls'-
bar Bk Sde Notice. Exercises. Compositon, January 10. 184/1. 25 ly Small lot prime Lard. I Tallahassee, February 21. il46. 31

E FOLGFJT3 OLOSAONIAN, or ALL. SIX months after date, l.hal apply to the Judge Davies' Algebra, Daiel' Lngendrl Last Notice. Small assortment of choice Brandies and Wines,

b BALING BALSAM.an invaluable article for Colds, Prubat for County, for letters of Dayl A1ebra.; Ainsorth's Latn Dictionary 4 bbls. superior Monongahela Whiskey. Notice.IX .

?; Asthma, Bleeding the Lungs, Consump. a aminiltrar of Norman High,late' of Latn l.xicon. Kingnley's. Tacitus, ALL persons indebted to the estate of Henry J February 21, 1846. 31 II S months after dale, I shall present my final account -
deceased late
a JULIUS Latin Lcvizae's French Grammar- of Leon
ug. its kindred Pamphlets, containing lid County deful. if IGlr. Lssns. i i County Porter and Claret.A I and Toneberi to the HOD.Judge of Probst*,
d.u. notified that
J'nnar 10. iS-IC. 91L.Cm Phrases, Envelppes for Letters, hereby payment must be made wlthnnt
and for the
Jeter.ol a of then apply
in County Jefiersoo. aad
certificates from persons ns high standing, respecting to S. S. SlBLEY CASKS LONDON PORTER
Coral Necklaces
Take Notice. Perforated Paper, and Amulets, I delay Agent, as no further indulgence (
its valuable. effects, can be had gratis, by ip.'I extra pre will be paid for Hides stretched &.C., & Just received per Brig Emeline, aid f'r ran be granted. 4fc 30 dor. Claret, just received and for sale by Stephen bra discharge WoolfIate as Administrator of said deceased.cf the erfatt w

rh'inl aj abov. AN pee, afrr fh(,Indian fj.hi.". hv isis by. P. A. HAYWAlm.rrhm.r" WESLF.Y MANNING Adm'r.February STARR, LLOYD fc FLAGG. SOLOMON county F. MATHERS.Jeffcrson .
: f. hn.nrj tn. l'tr 25 tf MI v 10. | 61N |U 1 I. 1\Krr 2. I'HI 3? 2 q. 1 lfif 39 .\rrillsl.I"I"l 1 39 County Feb. Ql.lSifi 31 ton




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