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 Material Information
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: December 19, 1846
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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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Source Institution: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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.Ht&4'AE.FeZVr.iIiz(1lI T' us a'.J war wai: ke United Sutc. were openly

tirc.t..ncd.!
/ the Senate r when it wn Jcrmetl proper to order the army under I

thee command of tlrccral Taylor to sdsance! to the I
the llounri f JpeJntafsrr :
endff western frontier ef Texas, arid ccnjiy a j Jssiiiou; on -
resuming Jour labors in the service ol the peoitisacubjcct TIlE FLORIDIAN0T ornearthc Rio Gran'e. -
lhat there )has
of congratulation
Tte apprehension eta couiteossplstest! Mexican in-
r\'nDo period in our pa-l hist.Tj when all the ele-
vanion have been since f.illy justified l by the event -
rf national pro.penty have been to tully deponed The
nt j, determination of Mexico to rush into hostilities
Since our la>t wsMott no afflictinc Utited States w s afierwar.'s manifested
Tionh ''taited our uatr. ;general good health --- -,- from the science Mexican
D ____ __ : tenor of the note ol the
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r! : abundance has crow luti the toil of the mister of
prevailed Foreiirn Affairs ta our minute. bearing

JBC,aJmafl an ample reward and Zatiir, while&u *"e-duqation.its'-branche-i science t re-ceiv-and BY: S S. SIBLEY. TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA) SATURDAY) DECEMBER 19, 154G VOL. IYI1I-NO., date then revolutionize.on the twelfth th of* government March, 1845., and Panties h:* ntMi tr bid,

the i11* are TPIdI.* ** ln"HS the means ot social -------- afer referring to in* resolution for tier nMxatwa of 4 4I

The pror..s Ol OMI !r ntry in her carterof b bff.'ri _. I and -due by record a more brilliant achievement. Siita Anna been effected in Texas ; but the terit.ery Letwu-n I Texas, which had been adopted br our Congreu in -
in did extension < presented t"i.ngn < :it it.! rnrnjier. enn-n' I thr im wu* 1 intidated. confessedly
tiot only vast | |
greatness. 0 thee Safiine and tIne Rio Grand confirmed lo March 1815 declare "
himself was among the captives.In being proceeds that & fact such
limit* and the rapid increase i.t iliac next mixio t. in ;i rar\ .1; rl t t!: lu:< C i ',> : ; M. > -.c- I in our it-: --I* .1 indemnity tar acknowledg- a
car tcrniorial in |l wealth ami in o'i the.irMMUticn thv committee oan'i it il 1 .iif-t fit? 'lur ,-i.-i, t : i t .0, Santa Anna acknowledged Spain by the treaty applications w.remade1(> tl.at as ibis, or. to apeak with greater examine, so no 4l -
but ,
re-source ai
be Ltld.acred all by a treaty with thee Texan authorities in Power for grants ol land, and su< h grant, or permission l i'et! an act of usurpation create! an imi rwrM pree*.
will r'
ITlUifhIuta by
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of without < ; .f ( :* \ b.ii'r ir it ;i_ !' i 'u-! e : whirl art oei
Qpj condition of e ur people IK exampleifllb'e Vindicate tlic hoiioj ut f ?!i: r >'int'i! n CIT. ."-C n.-ti n-. v.t M. MI Ca b.c. vi-.lated this" solemn the iinsl soli-cm li.rm, the lull, entire, and perfect of settlement were in fact made by tin. letS that Mexico, for her own emsr. shos M rtftl it
history nation i the independence cl thee republic of Texas." It is true Spanish authorities in lav or of citizens of tbe Uni'e th and beneficence f pie reparJt.eei: to i ur lie itaad ret 7. t e- 'ii e '.j. !11.C n..' ..nd r-l'i A s the wid<>m, *tren uiIU1dd, add<>IrcshpMive osi ir TheCoinniittfe on Kor urn \!f1.. t 1 tii<- II I 'iM"iKe | r u i.' Ti a r\\ .. n.-taneiit! thus in April an.l July. he was three a prisoner of war, but it is equally true States | roposing to emigrate to emigrate Tex.is va riimi net bad l le'e ?. Iian.i drrlaTtl tht it woId lak 1

free institution-* arc and elery Ii day ]>iivnt.., eva-. m.Jd *nuua; -otnnieu>U i Ii I ,. I ; ti'idei the pei ulearurenni..taicca connected that he failed to reconquer Texas and Lad met with in numerous families, before thee declaration ofinde- upon such an act as a um be'.h ; arid a* a e.

t > contentment, tre uucutivt- patriotism then report they *jy tl.at th, > -. !< fm '. il-- tbem, banIn assumed by the I luted States i-icnal deleat ; that I is authority had not been revoked I>endenceby Mex Ia-cc" qucnce vf thin
and ? due the Tresident that avh.le; .m.i \ ,, n.i .! d-! barged to the cla.im.uit, but they are still and that by virt Je of this treaty he obtained Lis Thee Texas which was ceded to Spain icy the Florida ry nature, at an end. anal war was the only rvco MW *f C
Our do*out sincere acknowledgements are is all of which we have personal release. By it L dre .
Giver fur s intooarownhand- all the
of number!
lathe gracious beloved rood, justified in the ot inn'ti .s. < ,. < t i I just < .iiMeof ce.utpljiht. To jrovi-U* a remedy for'tV and the army which Lad invaded Texas under Li- claimed by thee Slate of Texas between lee Nueces It apf>ears. also, that on the north of Apnt fsdtr-

bieinr which our eatislactitn country enjoy know that the (U-h a stop. lInt I lee y ) .- > i- r. M" i i lait ntM whose r.-* were m-t cltcided hy fleea"eil command returned ii pursuance of this arrangement, and the Rio Grande. The republic of Texas ahvavs ic f. General Paredes. through hue minister tf vi r. '

It is a s.wrce of high to nir-nt of another demav! in-ult it it,<-tr ,t -.4>-i.iii cesiinlsaiou under the> (ol.itCiettUfl of April thee unmolested, to Mexico. claimed this river as leer western lioundary. and in issued orders ti the Mexican general in cnounui i
relation1of the United States witlt all other' nation the From the day that the battle of San Jacinto was her made with Santa Anna, in May, 1833. berecognised **
ventli. '. stipulated by treaty their 'l'cxsnfronticra st.eck"o.errmv becTaIy
form { e\prcIy
the amiable upon tne )U-i'i(\ ot tU M l vi c MH >: M r.u: ii' C it wa
with a single exception, are ot raoft bfoie alit ether pio -e<- !tiiKs af*' .nl" ifd.*' i\th rticle ot the convention, tt the thirliclh ..lann.er. fought until tIn present hour, Mexico ha- never possessed it as such. By lie constitution which UisSns which w.-vr p rmits." Toibtb (f U'-ral Pai'c -

character. Sincerely altactud to the policy of peace, No difli-rence; of..;nni'in i1aaaii tIC,- nbi] ,*rt i* btlned -- y. I Ift, that a new convention shall l be entered the power (to reconquer Texa In thee language Texas adopted in March, 1830. senatorial and representative Lad bten pledged to the army steal pcopl" of sca.icu

early adopted and steadily purratd by tbi* covcrnpent. \ to baxe risd i in C'.murat th. t t nw ; 'lie in o for thy settlement! s.1 all claim ti! flee Government of the Secretary oi State of the United States districts were organized extending west of during the military ri-volutum whkh leach brought hue

I hate an\icultivate and clter- Fe-ut: '.e and L*ti, l.itie dp4rn: ih friendship and commerce with ever} foreign decided ol the eighth of July, I4. IS, Mexico have chosen December 1836. "An act to define
and yet Chili ha bi-en our torfNj"a.fand dir t-> Kri-iibiir! ol Mexico which were not finally may passed addre 'c J u letter to the eonunaitdtr that a
fewer. The spirit and habit < f the American j.eo- re-n-e peace with Mexico, that the wt uii>J4 by tie commission.. which in t in the city of to consider,and may st 11 chooe to consider Texas the boundaries of the republic of Texas,'' in which frontier, m which \lee stated to hint. at the praMU -
ire favorable! to the maintenance ot audi international | Wellington thr Government Laving been at all titan since l3.i, anti a* still they declared the Rio Grande from its
rAt %hi-h we then cf that valmt army
harmony In adhering |0 this wise policy, these -olfinn |eflarceahini.it4 Mily retuain urr iirev- and eifizt-n ot Mexico auain*! the United States." continuing, a rebellious rrovincc ; but the world has source to be their boundary, and by the said act they ( nhi-r lighting already, or preparing fur the operatNB

: a preliminary and paramount dutt obviously consists hut lditional of riiiaiiit.olan third been obliged to take a \ey ditlertnt v ie-.v eel l the matter extended their civil an" political jurisdiction over ansi! ttifh
ed to thi* day. caus r<> In conformity with thi stipulation, a eon- of a campaign ; "anp.oaiteg; son .lrce.d5
in the protection of our nation! interest* fr. ta eurroachment agcravatnl character, ha\e ever since boric a -.-..imulating. S ( nTion wa concluded and isncd at the city of Mcileu From the time of tbe battle of San Jacinto, inApril the country up to tbat boundary. During a period theatre of cperatieMi-. and with ail Ibr [urcr *ssrne-* .

or McrinVe. and our national honor Iron : on the twentit-th ot NoveKiU-r, 1*. in, by the plenip. lit\\, to the eevseeat moment, Texas Las exhibited of morethan nine years, which intervened between haled, it ir.: iuJirpcnsable that hotiiti! br commenced, 4

reproach. These mutt be rniiitauntI l at any hazard. I Shortly after thesepn>-edins a sK-cii; | mn- tenluricmf the twoG.ivi rmntni-, by which pro- the same external signs of national independence the adoption of lit r constitution and her annexation yourself takiuc the initutivr against the cm-nav.** .
They admit of no compromise er neglect, and n u.ibe Mexico, make final tlematid a<* Mexico herself, and with fjuit- a- much as one of the State of our Union, Texas asserted and
1 their gir was despatched to to a vt--ioii was made her ascertaining and paying these The movement r f our array to the Rio G rancle wa*
crup'ilously and constantly cvarded. with lu lot fir rtnlress : and on the twentieth eel July, t claim In January, 1 --41, Ihi convention was ratified stability of governuw-n lractically tree and independent exercised many acts of sovereignty and jurisdiction mac'by the cvmnt.ii>diH; gcn ral und r i>o .tiT at*

vieilaht vindication, collision ami conflict it'le.- 1-.17. th.- demand wa made Tb rej.lj of the I by the S-n.ite of t'e United tat..s with two a- acknowledged as a puliiiral sovereignty by orrr theater.ilury and inhubitanU west office Nueces tiers to aWtam from all aggressive ar-natoare4slkai. C
ci-Tn Power may .ometinie* becrtine uiia%nU Mexican rnment hears d.tteon I I thee principal: Powers oi fleet world, nu hostile faa tf.ndingrest She organi7rd an-1 defined the limits counties e
adhcrenci the dictates (r< \ Itiotwenty-nintu niciidmeuts, which \veie manifestly l reasonable in exteinlinr Ca. or Mexican eitiirn, and to re ajvl the reUuimwIntwcen i
Such has been our ecmp iotij to the month and contains 2urancct" the within her territory for six or seven year*, to the Rio Grande. She established courts
all intercourse. that o| ante their ciiarartoi. Upon a reference the amendments the two covmtrics as pcicet'uluiil>-. Urnco -
justice, in our foreign and Mexico herself refraining for all that Irom 'fii
"anxious wish" eel t the Mex not period ol jdsl.ec and extended her judicial nvttcm the
and dranciiii in prosperity an governurnt projtosed to the Government of Mexico, tie over boi.Ul declare war, or commit acts of hostility Mdicalive -
though ctcadih rapidly) : oU-liiv the moment ot that tinal and 'iitaMc! adjustment any further attempt to re-etablih! her own authority territory She established a custom-house and collecttd
o4 to e<| same evasions difficult., and tie-lays were iuter- of a state of war ; and these orders be futl-
have cue complaint
tnj power. we given no just which is to teruiinatt thr difticultift between t over that territory it cannot but be surprising lo find duties, mid also post-oiliccs and roads in 4
and ha\e env>yad the ble-isiiup; of l osed which base w long marked the policy of that pott (sully rxccuted.VbUt occupvin his 'Mitto* mti -
tc any nation, the twogoiernments that thingslio ildIK Mr. de I'ocantira" (the Secretary <>f I rtt :.;'I ...Hairsof it. She established a land office, ant! issued
than thirty 1'roiu a policy M ; m> < Goverumeht towards the Unitee States. It has not numerou east bank of the Rio (hjiaekutkua the IrnasofTevas a
peace i'T more and yejrs.iiutar in ite'thtt left undone which may contribute to the most even yet decided; whether it would or would not accede Mexico) "complaining that for that whole period gran's for lain!, within its limits A Senator and then recently admitted as one oi tlic Platen of o ,
humanity o s
1 t4> > upon
: 3-reh
citizen tnftlee Utiittd Stake its have
l s\stera, we thuwlj nex'er 1w iuduc dvj'.untarilv s;>ee<)y and equitable determination ot the suj! <'ctswtieh to tiiei, although the subject has been repeated or giveniment, a Kcprvscntativv residing ire it were elected to the Union the conauiatiJmg grntral of thee Mexican font -, I
American "" that the "Mexican with v.sxels, ammunition, and money a* il the war the act annexation took In both a
coverniuoiit the Congress ;
: ga\ place. had collected the te siwMW .t
The exK'ins! war with Mexico was neither di-sired Mexico ha* thri violated a second time the faith reduction a Large army on opns
for tin- ot the cr1 i Texis bad been
wild the cuide it.-con province and Convention: Texas which P
crnment adopt as only lot ease their assent the Rio Grande, crossed ike ,ns.akdaswt.tinru-
nter,
provoked by the United State tin th- rout n ul treaties by failing or rctuiiii to carry into efiect Mexico and hat
nor duct the ntilil the constantly prosecuted by f'lcces-i to tbe term annexation to tbe 1 C
plainest ptlifiplrs public sacred oiLed States,
fec .
il! honorable mean were resorted to toatert n.Afur .- the sixth article ut the convention ot January, 1M3. preve-nteel by thcst influence Ircri abr j-d." In the ry, an>< connneuen' hostihtu s by ecutuickiag irar < -
obligations im]> of itud Thus after th wc a. <
of endurance arp-avated unredrt ? injuries
>cars ** Such is the history of the wronis which we have same despatch thee Secretary cl Stale; anlnn. that
the religious faith of tieatie* and that wh te\ei we-sl of die Nueces who took
; part in flee act bad -
she
s.-J write # on our part. Mexico, in violation otfuiemu suffered and patiently cuduit-d tu'oee Mexico through since Js' the United States Lave regarded Texas borne from Mexico, and after insuUiagij njc'cted -
and dictate uadi itself Tbis
reason jontice n ay respecting car annexation was the Tcxa which, tavtie'
stipulations, and of principle o! a, minister cent to Leer oc a ni's.xe of pea-", is
overy ;
treaty will be done." Th- further a lone series of y ears S<> far feecirm uilxuiintf i-c .sean- as an inuVpeiwleut st'Veivisiiitv a* much a* Mexico: ef of tbe
assurance wa given, act our CougrpMi! twenty-ninth of December. receive
ncocni/ed civilized nations commenced wiiom she had soicniuly ajfrecil iv >uiconsumiuated
by ant
ia tice that the derision of the JHeMoau able .atistaction for the in nines and inults wc had aced tiii't trade and commerce with citizt-iisot a povcrraneut admitted ..
government 1s513. was as one of the States of
,. and thins her own art ltwced th> war upon ber lon of siiMt >";r
by vutrage-
i stlil1le ; borne tavatiou of thrice consists in with hat ; course
each cause of <">tin laiiit, fur which re'drehad been a trreat ut;<; tLe at war Me.\i< > cannot, on I account, our "njon fLat lice Congress efthc United States
oinn! u Long Itcfore the advaiwe of mr army I' demanded should communicated the lad, that while the I'l.iteu Slat-., anxious to i>re'- be regarded as an interCoutse by which assistance and country by t itntcuig *a oiliniviwar and b4ulitnp .
to eett'rniiacnt understood the State of Texan which they admitted .
the kit tunk ot the Rio Grande, ive bad ample catnwo the Mcxxl of our ci; nzmus on o'ii o-.vn sail tThee
oftht- serve a good understanding with Me\ie-o have l been succor are* given to Mexicun rebels. The u hole cur
ITnited
States the Mexican minister
by into tee I'nion to extend beyond the Nucccs is :
'iiitt Mexico and bad thee United States appa United State attempted to acquire Texan i
: iw>er
wat a Washington. constantly: but vainly employed in eekina redress rent of Mr. du nocani.nnVs remarks runs in the same
this extremity, we nucli! have >eaedtotlie at rent from tbe fact, that oti the thirty-iirs-t of December Jim the : t an curly fwriutl
> TteU to ap| by conquest contrary.
r There oletnn in lor haaa t wrcKig new nutr.tues etc: etletiaiati occurlina direction, as il ihe tb-pendence ol Tcxcs Lud not .
aasmanccs, answer toour demand IS 15, two days after the act of admission,
whole civilized world for the justice ol our only after the eople al Texas had achieved their Jendeikce *-
for redress, distegarded. which l"i\i- continued to iucreai->ir causes ofcotiiolaint been flclcnowle-dged. It has been ackuowied ed-it j
making them,
were "
liy law to establish collection 3isric. I
they pasted a a
annexed the UvitcdStales.
cau-e.I however. Mexico obtained und to .swell the am..lint ol our demands. was *' knuwled in 1V> against thee remonstrance- [> they sought to be to
dectfc it to be tn duty to present t<> you. on the furtherdeby. Ire ident in the Slat of Texas. by which tbey created a port At a general flection .n S-ptember, I KM. P jf
p > Van Huron in hi- atenual! .'cu.r.to o4 the While the citi/ciis ot Ihe United Vate-s were couduc.iui and protest ol Mexico : and most cf thee acts of ar.y
present occasion, a condensed reri v nf f tin.injun< IK Congres* : a lawful cotuiner.ewnh Mi\icn under the importance, ol which Mr. de Hocanegra cotnpIaiitJ, delivery at Corp** ChrUti, situated west of thee they decided with great unanimity in faTor of "a*.
i fifth Detvmher ;7;: tl.at the
ol I tv although
s : a
t luvt- tained, ot the cause vliirh U>1 to thewjr. :Nueccs, and being the some j>oint at Inch the Tex ncx&tiou aid in November CJlowiRj thee Congmscf
of
of and lIe of
tre flowteeccrel that
tju .r.iiily a treaty aluity. r<>inm<-rce. nav % from recocnition. speaks | ;
urin-r nuuiber" demands
redreruan
I : and ot lt pmgre s since itcoa 'nr-icr-m< nt.Tbi .- '. deem our il Ration." in-ny cut them Lave i-ihYrcd all the injurir-* Texas as still lie-jog an integral! part of the territory i icf as custom-house tinder the laws of thoJjrcpub'ic, had the ri-piiblic au horized the a-pointiueiit{ of a aiaiutir > '
.it. of
in iu: ol a..tr.r' r..s l'eiuaeie.l
,
wroru*
rendered the mre neee ary IH-CJU*. of the i been located and directed that a surveyor to collect \\fir their t this vernni-nt. TL* .
< i< i&a- )taa JIT lit-fi.re that Me\cun wiiK'b would has &- rev.illed: trmn op.-n 5%amThuje: the Mexican republic ; but be cann .t but untierstard tea request >>
ni. enion_ which have to .' w etnt prevailed n inw: 'a ;r* coem- the revenue should hit apaesitated for that port bv tbe however remained neutral hrteen -
pprl iu-tead .tP having
anal ol th' iatt.til! cot'iflaint. Meaty oi (>rding prote-tinn to our citi/.ens, tbat the United States do not sy re-aru it.- utefleieaent t
nt. t.ot
tin 'e.Iac ( :
*
to it* origin and true character. Tin wtria. President, lr and with the advice and coiiat. nt of tbe Texas and Mexico during the war between -
as h. the int.
ri 11 the ,.tii -Il.ir.fftT U'iinittcd !* been Iucaeaat inviting them > the ports ol TILe real ccuplahit of Mexico, there lore, i ia. m substance -
ot
::!! ie tn>>* lsjit; < : -
been represented as unjust and mine. e--jry amia Senate A snr.i y or was acconiinply nominated and and coiu-i'lerin it due to the hmwr of .Of.country
ii.it.ie-ii.it.'. ami sjtislj'---\ it i01 i-. Mexico, that they nuiLIut lie, a. they have- been inniinieriiti .either CK.IV nor less than a coiupLudt anaiiist.the ( them, '
01 I :iujil. ; replies, .
i>no of azgression on our part upon a w--.tk$ and in* witliin that int-ac, plu:>ueie
. jirednen y. Sucbrroneoof; virw the tIhi et.tejU.netl ;! : rei>ta' that complaint; and n1jiitte :' the performance of Iris duties. All these acts of tbo earth, that we should nut at this early ;eriocl con et.ttrt ij

bu j.v few hare been widely and -\t n irelycirrulated nio'ttiis has been ". a-il iVoin< the Mexican on then riauet-u. iij! the unla-.vttil seizure- American ( jut to consne it tea the United States to the repuiilie ol Texas and of our Congress, preceded the annexation nor until it should be manifest to kW ,
re ik t
not only at home, but have been uprcad iniiiiter ago.:" and that (f-c n t (iii cat!'our public com- property unIt the violation ol person il liberty of cxeinptiou of England, 'runre, and Celcium. unless orders for thee advance our army t;> the east bank whole world that the reconqacst e f Texa by Mexico

throughout Me\iro and the whole witrM. A more hali alit-' has fatisla 'tion been jrheii or offered that out ciliz->, t"sj; i.uthing ol the iurual'tau our flag the United States. !Laving be-en the first to acknowledge office Rio Grande. Subsequently, Congress passed van imM isibc! refa ed to accede tu thee Kvcrturwmndc -

effective moan could hot have be >n devi ed to encourage but one nf lltr casi-. <.i er'uijl ivraiic h., been; laora which Lave -
a the enemy and protract Hie war than to advocate \ *>lv considered aiui j th.it but lour ca**> of haul it place ou the hisL *CM-, they would t ti! omseives long for selling un example for tbe recognition of west ofdei'! Nueces. TLe country wc t of tbat river after more than seven years bad elaaed{ since Texas !

and adhere to their canje, aud thus give theta description out ot all tlu>so I'irmaliy presented, and siii (- have ( eiflecatuated; a tate of a''ta.d v\ar between lLt of Texas." And Le added, that e. the constiJutioii. ? now constitutiii a pert ol one, of thee Congressional had c'tabluibed! her indeiientleiwe, a. treaty was c *- t C

a. ;J and comfort.1It eannirtly prcsweti, ha.-e aset liwti lecidcd by that- two countries. In so J.tug suflniii u !: Mexico to public treatie\s, and the laws oblige the President districts of Texas, and is represented in the House of eluded f jr annexation of that republic to the U- ..

i a sauro* oatioaal pride and exultation, that the Mexican government. 'resident Von iij-Kdi Burcn. violate her ino-t *<)!jetnn treaty obli :atiin*, plunder lo rcga.d Texas a- an imle{ ndent Stale, and i ii; ; Representatives The Senators from thai State were r.ite.l States. wbcb was rejected by the Senate, rinally -

the cmt bid> of our |people Law: thr wee n
c!> tarle* in the way of the gotcmmebt ii priu. attempt to obtain redre ha'the ordinaiy tuean | eisoc without fiurding thein any r< dre\\c have Texas had b'.cn an inJe-ndent State, with an organized that river wa- rrj.rc.eted.: In view of all thc.-.e facts, joint resolution for aiuicxiu her to the u U.; >tale*,

t.u: the war successfully, but have khown thein elve* withiti the p wfrofthe Kv-eutive. comniuuicatedthi l.iikd to peH rm one t.1 f thee firt and Liaiic.t duties 5 verncieiit, delving the power of Mexico to it is difficult to conceive? upon what ground it can be upon certain preliminary coijJit.ons to which her asrtnt .t
,.
t. -iuinenly' patriotic and nearly t vindicate t 'piii.jn t>- ("iiti-rres*, in t he tnesatfe relcnvd to, which: cvtry gnvetiirici.t owe. to its citizen* ; and overthrow or iec u-juer Krr, lair more Ian ten years maintains! that in occupying the country west of was reijuired. Tbe socnaniies: whicb characterized I

tntn coutiti homtr and intete ..t tIu. sariiee.. in which he said : Cm a c rctul and tielilx-rife <-\- the c. !!*<--[Urnce h.t-\ been, that n.auy tat l them have lie-fore Mexico commenced the prese-i.t war arainst the Nueces with our army, with a view solely to its the uclibcrti.-.n and conduct of the gorerRoent -.

Tie alj'-nty and promptness itli tihiHi r
t* r force* rubied tothe field on thejreaaAuItrte call. wiih; the Mexican government.) and C4tisid.-ring The pr ud n.im-of American 'iti/.eii, which ought to the wc-riti of ler: ability lo maintain her separate Mexico. Hut it would Lave been still more diilicultto ( presented by these resolutions, are known 1

PMTC not only their patriotism, but their dcp contirtiiTt the spirit macilesteil b; the Mexican go\etnnient, it to ;fcdti-ct all wi.o bevr it Irom juesolt and injury existence a* ar. iud<-*>emknt nation that she Lad justify ti e Ltccutivp, whose duty it is to sec that to the \vorid. The Congress, the Execuiv a J tbe C e

that our caoe i ja jut.Tite Mi io has become my painful duly to return the uhct| asit tLn.uui taUt the v-i.rld. hieae afloieied i.o such protection b *en furm&lly recognized as such, not only bv tl.e the laws be faithfully executed, if in thee face of all people of Texas, i-: a convention elected for that purpose

wrong* which we have wifforcd from now stands, to Con, to whom it la.ktagu! to t<> our citizen* in Mexico.Ve had ample ca'aee United State but by several ol the principal Powers these proceeding.- both of tbe Congress of Texas acceded with great unininity the pro} Red I.

arot! ever *inc .- he became an uuidu1acinleiil Power, decide upon the tim--. tie modr. and the measure ofr of viarigaii st Mico K.ng lu-fore tie breaking out of Kurope. Thesf Powers had e-iitered .nto treaties and of the incited States, lie bad assumed the responsibility term* of annexation ; and thus consummated o ber

al the pat ient endurance ith wkih tre have borne a'urea." Had tl.e Ui.ittd SljJeat tha time adopted of hostilities. lint even then we- lot bore* to take re- of amity, corcnercc. and navij "on xvitli Ler. of yielding up the territory west of thee part the great act e>reator.nj to our federal 1'aiM.i .4

thftn. are without a parallel in the histor. o| mrxUTiiciiii.cd u-rnriul.r: measure, und taken rudre into dre* into our own hands, until Mexico herself became They had received and accredited Let ministers and Nueces to Mevico, or of refusing to protect and defend vast territory which had been ceded to Spain by tke 1

nalioii. TheK- reason te beiteve that if I heir own handt, ail our dinVulties with Mexico the accresscr by inviding our soil in hostile array olLer diplomatic sgerits at their respective courts, this territory and its inhabitants including Corpus Florida treaty more than a quarter of a, ci utury Wfor

the** wi-iics li*i ben rtuented aud resisted in the'fa would proh.tbly have been long since adjusted, and -KM! shedding the bIt,.-d oi toar citizen and they Lad ci.imi-sioned mini-It and diplomatic Christi, as well as lice remainder of Texas, against After the ji-int res lutt>>n fur the untiexaltMt ief

3 \ instance tin- present war might i.ave lieei. avoided. the cai.dIng war have been averted. Mj nanimity Such are the grav e caw-K-s tat t rnmpluiut on tLe part agents on their | .it f to the gras -rnrae-nt e f Texa If the threatened Mexican invasion. Texas to the United States had been passed by r ;

One outrage, however, permitted to pass with and rn. -'.< ration on oura part only had the ciitci tocomjlicute ol tLc United States -.ainst Mcxa---c.eue-s which Mexico, nut-.viilistanding all this, und her utter inability Cut Mexico licrrelf has never phced thee war which Cuugrrrs, thee Mc\ican minister at \\ <>hingto t au-

lapunitv, imos I iu-c 's arily cneawrjged th- j erpetrai'nn thee difficulties, and reudir aa amir'ilileMitlenciit < \ited hen IteiWe thai.uexulion ol Texas to the tee 'eutidue er reeon.tr) Texa, till siubbornlyrcfu .lic bas waged upon the ground that our army occupied dressed a note to the Secretary of Jitat--, bearing date -1

<.1! anot beT. until at last Mu\io fcoenwd to attribute ol them ttie heart entlurrassine- That American Union : aiid yet, itimjted by the love cfpfuce .od to recc gn'.xt her a.s an ii lepenil -t.t nation, the intermediate territory between thee Nueces ou the Cth of March, IS 15. pn>-i"g: rigninst it as -

tv.. akin aaaed inderi.iot. on our part ii t', and a mm-njiiiinous moderation, we did not she was none tlu less so on that accountMexico am? tuc Kio Grande. Her refuted pretension that "an act of aggression, tbe nv-st unjust wbi.-h ca>ibo :

which was the .ffapriM;< of magnanimity, -
aud of a smrer" de' ire to preserve triendh relation* would have been promptly reported to by the I'nitidStats circumstance, are tbe ji>*titied re-sort of injured nations. by the Unit.4 States, and by other Powers, many rebellious province was obstinately persevered in ; afale-epoihinga friendly nition. Like Mexico, of r-

TvitL a sister republic. ; ;, cannot bt Jotiitl. The national honor, and rears before Sjwii; ol wliich, be-fore her revolution, j i and leer avowed purpose in commencing a war with sidcrable.portion cf her territory ;" nd teotrae *- .
Scarcely hvl; Mexico achieved her independence. The annexation of Texas to the United State constituted she had been a would agree to recognize her |I Texas -4 '
the preservation oi the oat icoaal character throughout cuony lee United States was to reconquer and to restore gainst the resolution of anneiition, as being an art
which thV United States werw the first among the well i.o ju--t canc of oileiicc to Mexico. The as stich, and yet llcxico was fl that time, in the es- | Mexican authority over the whole t '
the would, as as our own aelf-respert and territory whereby thee province e>f Ttsas, MI integral poitMiof a
tition-; acknowledge, when abe commenced the the !f-rotcction due to our own citi/.ens, would have pretext that it did sac, is wholly iuci>iisi*
f.tjf-tn of insult and spoliation. wLic.h she lu* ever rendeied uch a re oct uilc-eecn.ualiIa.; The history reconcilale! with well authenticated fuels connected less an indcpendeil power because Spain still claimed of the proclaimed menaces oi Mexico to tl.U effect, ttbe American. Union :"' and announced (bet.as C .

t.n-e pursui-d. Our citizens engaged in lawlul eotnnerc of no civ ili/.ed nation in niodrrn tunePree.ntcd] with revolution by vLirh Texas bt came independent Le-r a* a colony. If Spain Lad continued until the I r deemed it nov duty, a u measure preca'.tsuii and LU mission to tike United State l lash '
*- were- imprisoned, their \-swU seized, and our of Mexico. That this be the more nunifet. peiiwl'loassert that Mexico was one of! laerol'enies a conseq-.icr.ee -
within ace brief a ix-riod so many waiitoii attacks upon may present defence! to order our army to occupy a i>osiiioii tm terminated and demanded his passport*, which w.s*
IU in-Ti'.tt in her *. If rawev was wasted, it be advert the eaescsand rebellion aruiinil bier tins would h"Ve
to to
: port may o in n-.t
the honor of it* flap ami np'.i the .rJacrti.| and proper our frontier as a ini.itary post, from which cur troops crante-d. It the ahaurJ pretext, vurt: lay< *
tat ;.iwe.! seizure and confiscation o< niT mrrchautt the histe.ry ol the priucipal ev.*:i!> of that revolution. I made leer so, i r daarigCd tbe fact of her independent .ed invasion WM upon *
its citizen li-el] that coulu best rc-us-l
'elaflaaf a* at time beii ijori.eby repel any attempted Mexico herself indebted for her independence a ti
tl* auj their carcoes wan a ready re-source : audif Texrn it the period (ef Ler annexation (
existence., ,
the Mexican Mexico make. of 'I
tlic United StaM from autbi ritie- | which might a-t'asfl rovolutiou.) that the republic! exea
to <-com$>;i ich their purpose it became tn-cc-s ary Texas constituted a portion of the ancient province lotLe United Stoles, bore the same r-laticn to Mexico *u
and people. But Meyico was a biter republic, on Our army bad occupied a position at Corpus Christi btil:! continued to l>e. ,nulwithsumlin all that l b-ad ; j
\ the North American continent, ocrupyiiip a territory i. weit of tbe Nueces, as early as August, 1345, of Mexico, ih-t t'lis step was taken .
doii*' Uuler up*r ceded ruler in Mevico in randCree1on. France in the year IS":. In the y ar llt the U. S. In-fore Spain acknonled td her in teperidence, with passed a province
and in feeble and from Had the Nueces ii
contiguous to our .wii. was a without complaint any quarter. the Mexican minister.
but till there was no change in thi*. ey- by the Florida treaty, ceded to Spain all that part of this important dfIletarere-thea1.? before the annexation by
distracted condition : and these con-id rations, it is leen regarded as the true western boundary cf honorable erilrt lens len usc-1! by rue in atoIJ
t. of The eovernnient of th- United Louisiana within the limits of Texas and tic Uiit"l States Every
n d.-predation. present ; of Texas to wa.s coisumr.iated '$ .
ereturnad. induced Congress to forbear still longer. heal bein as.-eil .vJ vain.
Texas, that boundary by our have r. -
j army which followed but s. i
Srattt made repeated reclamation; on bcLalf of its! Mexico, by the revolution which separated her iron Mexico b rself. by a tormal act of l leer coveramcnt the war
Instead of taking redress into our own hands, anew months before it advanced to thee extern bark uric ties-n! tartfoy j
itizcn- but wereans\Ncredby to the en-etration| Spain, and rendered her an iude*>cinlcnt nation, succeeded had acknovvbJetLe] cud U nend, sac < auf T xa* many All our attempts to iTe't-erve i r-sce .1
negotiation wa cite red upon with fair promise of the Kio Grande In annual of December "f .Metie.x Jiy efforts
my message resistance thv
of Promises of redre made by Mexro the tListerritory. heat the of insult and oil part
the of mother t It act
new outrages. lo rights c .untry over as a flat mO. t i tnie, in recognition 4
on the part ol Mexico. !hut with the real purpose, as Ia. t, I i.iformed Congress tnat, upon tee invitation i tbis end commence in the tR/e of the Secretary -
iL tie- m' st olf mn forms were postponed or eva- In the year 1 2-1. Mexico i-tablished a she prescrifietl a ci.uJiti'.n, whicu she had no power to )
the event ha proved, of indefinite! po dud The ijucii and rec trds of tk<- Department of federal C01Cs ituticen. under which the Mixicanrepuiiiic or authority to int| osf, that Texas shuulc i ot annex .
reparation we t'emandcd' arid whi h was HO justly I Lad deemed it r to order a fctrou bquail.onto Mexican inintatr- WIiB*! declijiinw -
pn pe lint of the -
Sat: contain e.euicInirc proofs ol nuniereus lawless wa-rei araaed ol a number of ae ven-ign States, hcr*>flf to any cthe-r Power ; but this couH mast detract to
due. This negotiation, aftei more than .* delay Mcco and efficient ben
a year' thee coasts of to concentrate ate cassion w Licb had a'.read/
art- pfrjtet rated upon the proj-erty tiul prsi eel fou C'mfederali-.l together in a federal L'nion similar to in any degree frcm the* recognition w I ih! Mexico to reopen a
'
a u-sultod in t'ie convention t.t the eleventh ol force thee western frontier Texas .askriosrn toiLet
e : rTzcii-: ; by :Mexico, and of wafilon infills to our our own. Kach of the- States had its own nxocu- then inside ol her actiul iixlependen'Unn military on cxhauBted. and proving ar'in w ha -
April, 1 ''II>, for the adjustment of claims tA f itizeim and! delcnil the inhabitants tine achieved her
against menacad since
tar4( fldg. The interposition of our governmt uttoritain live, leuilature and judiciary, anlain statement of facts, it i is absurd for Mexico to protect whole world, than Texa bad beg
.4
Tnited States of -ri tlje (Government
al the Am
-a of Mexico. In that I informed the
upon invasion &f State xpresed
rcd'esf was again aud again invoked, under I ICTrunitaTices federal purposes was as independent <.f the cenrraluoverr.ment. to allege as a pretext for commencing ho-a jUries message iiAlependence, the Secretary
the Mexican The board
which no nation oupht to disregard. of Ilepublic. join and the it oi (he- otin-r States, as is Pcnnsylvaniaor against the United States, (that Texas is still a partof Congress that the moment uc terms of annexation regret of this government tlttt Mexico should have
of commissioners created by titi- convention to -xamin ciTercd tbe I'n"ed Stales were accepted by of annexation passed -
I; wa, njH-d( that the c autrag w -uld c >ao. and Viiginia under our eonstitutit.n. Texas leer territory. by t-iken olfence at the resolution
t.a_: Miro would be -sttained by the laws which'W.atfthe <* and detitiauipoia taaaee.<:'aim w:es not organized the and Coahuila uniic-d and formed one of these Mexican lInt there are thoc who, conceding all this to l lee Texas, thee latter bccao-e so fir a part of our envii by Congress. and pave assurance that our ** most .

conduct of civilized ntioii in their interroursf until thee month ol Auirust, 1M, and undrr States. The State eonttulioii which tIara adopted true, assume the grour.d that the true western Itonniary country as to make it ou.- duty toaflord such prvti'c- strenuous efforts sbali be devoted notice amicable aJjiibtiiient .J -

with each other alter the treaty of amity terms ot the convent ion they weieto. terminate their and which was apnrovvtl; by the Mi'xican con- of Texas i< tbe N'i.ces intead cl (lee Rio ion and defence ; iirl that for that purpose our squadron of every cause of complaint between lee -
month that tinu. I'ourof
rlh ol April. 1 I't1 dutie* withineiuhleen from I lederacyasserted that they were free and iiulepeticlent Grande : and lh.it. theretorc, in marching o'ir army bad been ordered to the Gulf and our army to two governments, and to the cultivation of the kiuj-
months t'.icronciimed in
was rou-luded between the two republic : tmt thi the iglten frivolous and preliminary railed oi the ether Mexican United State, anal oh every to thee eat bank ol ll.e latter riser, we paed tInelezati take a position between thee Nueces and the Del est annul most friendly rcL.tioas bttweeu the ti.ier republics. t

t''f e i)otir] <>ved to be rain. The course of seizureis discussions on dilatory !point* oilier power and dominion whatsoever :" and proclaimed line, and invatl-'d the territory of Mexico. A ;ortaor" Uio Grai.dc, and repel any invasion of ." C
commifMoners il
:} confis'-ation of the property ol our citizen*., the by the Mexican : and was not the great principle of Lum&ii liberty, that simple staU-me-i.t of facts, known to exist, will conclusively the Texan territory which luigb' be attempted by the That I Lave acted in the spirit of thee assurance,
that
until the month cl December, 1SIO, they comtnence "
tiola'iun ot their person* and the insults to our flag the claims of citizens tLe f Nrsucd by Mexico prctiou* to that tinse. were *) the; examination of itmamed our essentially in the general mass of the individuals] to the United States by France in 1 heIXi!, Las been It was deemed proper to issue this order, because, red. Notes itbstan-Jing Mexico had abruptly trrauDatcd a

*:arvy! $.tF.pt.nd.d; for even a brief ;period, althougli upon Mexico.deride 1'ourteen Lose months only and to who compose it.'' To the government under this always claimed as t xtending west to the KioGrande, soon; after thee President of Texas, in April. 1845, all diplomatic intercourse with the United State*. 4
and complicated
the and dutie. eat! examine upon numerous federal Thi the had issued his j-rccl raatiou < omening the Congress therefore Lave l eeii thee first to ask fear .
? treaty s'e clearly defines the rieht In tbe inonthof lj--ltlie constitution, as well as to that under the constitution or Rio Kravo. fact is establihed by authority and ought to .
February,
tie res->.Tiivt. parties that it ii inqionibif to misua- care* claims the people ot Texas owed allegiance.Kmigranls of our nicest eminent statesmen at a period of that republic, for thee purpose submitting to that its resumption, yet, waiving all ceremony, I embraced
of commission expired, leaving
d&Tt.&i1d; er, mistake tliem. In lesi than fc.ev.-n years term undisK sed ol for want of time. The rlaim many which from foreign couiitnes, i.icluding the when the iju&-tion was as well if not better under body the terms ol annexation proposed by the United the earliest favorable opportunity to ascertain from

kfter the conclusion of that treaty our grievance allowed> the I ward and the United States, were invited by the colonization laws stood than it is at ;-reseiet. During Mr. Jefferson'sanministiation States, the Government of Mexico made serious tic Mexican government whether they would iwrcive
umpire
by by authorized
tike bern .K ?,, intolerable that, in the opinion ot vvert the convention to decide ia cac of diagreeinent of the State and of the federal government to settle Messrs Monroe anal Pincknr-y, who threats of invading the Texan territory. an envoy from the United States intrusted with full

PridtM igkon, they bouid nolouger be endured.In by between the Mexican and American eommis in Texas. Advantageous terms were offered to induce haJ been sent on a special tai< ioc to Midridcharged, These threats became more imposing as it became power to adjust all Ihe questions in dispute between

Li* message to Congress in IVbruary, 1-T! he -ioner< amount.- l to two ruitlioii twrr.ty six them to leave their own country and become mong other things, with the adjustment of boundary more apparent, in the progress of the question, that the two governments. In September, IS 15, I believed

pr*>"i.c) titn to thvcon!>iderati< i of that body, ando thousand 4. hundred and thirty nine dollars aiij Mexican vitiritis. Tin invitation; was accepted by bntne-cn the two countries, in a note addressed to tLe the people of Texas would decide in favor of accepting propitious moment for such an overture heel

riir, J that "The length timoinces.me: ot the one There belc.re the many of telimcitileriia, in the full faith that in flit ir Spanish Minister ot Foreign Affairs, under date of tbe terms of annexation ; and finally, they lint arriv cd. Tc xas, I y thee enthusiastic! and almost unanimous -

t "ijurits heave- been committed, tha repealed and unavailing sixty nine when centii.the ,ruiniioii were jieiidn.g expired additional new home they would be govtri.etl liy laws enacted the twenty-eighth of January, 1-O.>, assert that the assumed such a formidable] character, as induced both will of her people, bad pronounced in favor of h

appljcutiojK; for iedrc> tbe wanton eluracter claiiu umpire which had iKfii c rxacum-d and av\arde l by by representatives elected by themselves, and that boundaries of Louisianaas ceded to the United States the Congress and Convention of Texas to request annexation. Mexico h -r cf! ha-J agreed to acknowledge

of .,rac of the o'llraz ljijfl' the property and the American oitnniiwinners, and had not Ix-cn allowed their uses liberty and property would IK ;protected by France, are the rlvtr 1'erdido on the ea*!, and that a military lorce t Jiould be sent by thee baited the independence (,f Texas, subject tp a condition s

T Prsnn- of our citizen, upon the officer and flag otff thasMci.crata ni&iissior.erk, amvunting tonim by coii.-titiilioual guarantees similar tea those which the river Bravo on the west :" and they aiM, that States into her territory for the purpose of protecting it is true, which rhe laced no right to impose a ieI

h tii.tfd State, indeK-ndent| of ri'eent invcrnmriit the facts and principles belch justify iliis conclusion and defending her against the threatened iuvustui. no p.iwer to enforce. Tbe last lingering hope i of

tui> !rjxernnint and j eopl<* by the lt; e 'Xtra'Tdina- doilar< nty and eighty eight cents, thus organized they continued until the are s.' satisfactory to cur government as to convince It would Lave been a violation of good faith towards Mexico if she t-liil coa'd have retained any. that -

f> Mi-xicin minister, \\o'eld ju lifv in the eve,. of all and which twenty he.ci did maot decide, alb-giup! dial Li* authority up. yeur 1S'<5, vviien a tnihlsry revolution! broke out in I ill hat the United States have not a letter right the people of Texas to Lave refused to afford the aid Texas would ever a ain became one oilier provinces,

Bati.niv immediate war." lu a *p nt ol kindness and on had ceae-d with the termination ii l tliejoitit coin- the city of Mexico, which entirely subvened the federal to the inland of Now Oilcans, tin.ler the cession referred which they desired: against a threatened invasion, to must Lave been aharihotied.!

iur'jfarauce, however, he ree .tnnvtid. l rcpruals alUider inisi l>*ide these claims, there weie others ol and State constitutions, and placed a military to, than they have to the whole district of territory which they had been exposed by their free doltrra.n- The consul a.efiLe United States at the city of Mexico

C mode of redres He declared that war American<>n. citizens amountirg to tLiee nillion three dictator at the Lead of lie ioi eminent.liy which is aiMive described." tion to annex themselves to our Union, in compliance was, therefore instructed by the Secretary f

ijouid not be used a* a remedy" by just and gner hundred and thirty nix thousand eight hutidrexl and a sweepinp; [ decree cf a Congress s-ib.-jervient to Down to the conclusion of the Florida treaty, in with the overture made to them Ly tbe joint resolution State on the fifu enth of jrfemtwr.. IS 15. tmfco e'

(iii nations, eonfidiiig in their strength tar iuejuric'ttflmihtM. thirty evrn dollars and five cents, which hud betnhiibmiltrd the wiil ol the dictator, the seveial State con>titutioi February ISl'.i, bv which this territory was ceded to of our Congress. the inquiry either Mexican gove-rnnsent 'lie.l i iatsiI. -

il it can he honurably \oid.-d. and addOd. to lIce hoard. ar.d upon which they lad not s were abolished, and the States thnives! converted Spain the United States asserted and maintained Accordingly a portion cf the army was ordered to .! wa- nude, a>ul on lu? firte-nih of Oi-tober, 115.( 3

-' it ha occurred to ice that-considering the time to decide Itelore their fu.al a'hournmeiit. into mete departments of the Cential Govern their territorial rights to (Ibis extent In the month advance- into Tesas. Corpus ChnsU was tbe ]>oiiiou the Minister e>f Foreign Affiirs of the Mexican government

t teent embarrassed condition of that country, welj.ui The un ol two million twoiily six thousand one ment. Thee (icople Texas were unwilling to sub- of June, IMS during Mf. Momerotadneinistrnetion, selected by General Taylor. He encamped at that in a note a-ldrcssi J to our consul gave a -


*'nf to, Mexico one laore opportunity to atone tar wl.ich had been awarded to the claimants, was a In-came a leigh duty. Texas was fully ulisolveil from foreign adventurers Lad landed at Galveston, with |>ositii>n until the e-icventb of March, 1846, when it our naval fearee might be withdrawn from Vera Cruz

tbt a4s1. before we tAe redress into our own bauds.To liquidated and ascertained debt due by Mexico! about all allegiance to tl.e Central Government of Mexico the avowed purpose of forming a settlement in that ir.oveil wesUviird. aced on the twenty-eight of that while negotiation should l lie penJ.ng. Upon the re- ( IIT

v. jj ail misconception on the part ol Mexico, which thencoul.l Iw no dispute, anti whi.'h she was (rem the tni.nur.t that ioverntnetit had uboliMied her vicinity a special mes enger was despatched by th mouth reached tierC.itt bank of the Kio Grande 0115)-i e-eij of theta rote our naval farce was promptly withdrawn

** wel. *> to protect our own ntiot.jjliararf<-r trotat hound to according to the terms of the convention. Stale conslitutioc, 'lea1 l in its place su.initt! d an arbitrary government of the United Stales, with instructions site, to Matamuraa. This movement was made in from Vera Cruz. A minister was iaimeJiate-
pr'.ar }li, opportunity t.bo ild be ghin with the pay and Ceutral (Jovertiniilit. from the Secretary of State to warn them to desist, the \Var issued
Soon after the final await?. for this amount despotic pursuance ol orders from Department, ly appi'inted. and clep-nrted to Mexico. Every thin* -
-m fi J.ajid! full preparation lea take immediate had been made, the Mexican Government asked for Such were (the principal causes of the Texan rev should lhc I.a found there or any other place on thee thirteenth of January, 1846. Before these orders bore a promising aspect for a fpeeJv and peaceful
S4Iti( ., gliould beolitiiinrd on a relict: north of the Rio P.ravo, and within the territory-
not
i if it a postponement of the time of making payment, allowed olution. The people of Texas at once determined were issued, the despatch of our minister in adjustment of all our difficulties. At thee date of roy
t.i. -f>! ti,<- demand for it. Tee thi* end I rerommend'Jut inconvenient to and fiew In the iaidt of claimed by the United States. He was instructed Mexico thee decision of thee Council ot
alleging th.t it \vouid lie upon resistance to arms. that transiuiltiug annual: message to Congress in December last, no
and the found in the north ot
be
k-i 4-t, i hat | a..4ed authorizing reprisals make the payment at the time stipulated. In the these important and exciting events, however, they should tLc> country Government of Mexico, advising that be should not doubt was entertained but that he would received a
with
hue o: ihi Ito..! force of the Upited States, by Hie spirit of forbearing kindness toward* a sister Republic did not unit to place tht-ir liberties upon a secure river, to make known to them thee surprise thus taken, be received, *nd also the despatch of our consul resi- by the Mexican government, and the hope was cherished -
in the the Pr. sident Las
them) which seen
-Kf'"i\' agam .t Mexico to ifflforce liars abu- the United foundation. elected members posses-ion the of Mexico-the former bearing date
which Mexico sea long ** and fas niunent They ding in cay tint all cause of misunderstanding between the
of
the United
States a place
went of u n-tusul by the Mexican jovernment to States promptly complied with her reams..?. A second to a convention, who in tLe month ot March. !>>'; '., without authority from which ou that ceeveiett title, ami the latter on the eighteenth two countries would be speedily removed. In the
and
in their territorial limits tic
tome | an amicable"adju.finent of the maMers concluded between declaration t that I their political; con within upon December ISIS, of both of which accompanied
convention was accordingly issued a lorlual lawful settlement be made without their sanction. ol copies confident Lope that such would be the result of his -
can
c'Hitrover.between 04a upon another ajcmterel thereof the thirtieth of January with the Mexican nation has forever ended, of the eleventh of
the two Governments on nexion ." Ho was instructed to call them to a- my messageto Congress I miKsiou, I jnfonuc t'ongres* that I for'oore at that
tl*. ttad trim ,,n board one of our vc-ssels of war on I' n, which upon its (lace declare that "this teeny and that the people of Texas do now constitute a under what national authority upon they profess to May la t-wrrc received at the Department of Slate. time to recoiu-ncnd, such ulturior measures of redress

coast of Mexico." i is entered into for the accommodation and .rvT ncrruLic, TOW These communications rendered it highly probable,
arrangement HIKE, nvi.nEicv iXD : and to give them due warning that theplace for the wrongs and injuries we had so long ,
Commute** tibet| ). hmufsof Consres. to which the ol this) coiiventiMi, ail invested with all the right* and attributes art, certain that minister would not
of Mexico. Iy! terms and are fully is within the United States, who will cutler no j ?rmanent if not absolutely our borne, a? it woul 1 have been proper to make, had no
**MCe ot the President wa* referred, fully *u- the interest doe on the awards which) lad been which! properly belonglo independent nation*.** settlement to be made there, under any authority be re-ccivcd by the Government of General Ilerre-ra. such negotiation been instituted." To my surprise

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dadlttluii Lead ffered from Mexico,and reccmmenrT of April, l*>rt'.t, wa to be paid to them on t i.e thirtieth constitution. About the fame time Santa of 1S42, the Secretary of State of the United I entertained of a different result from General Paredes pledged to do so upon the arrival of our minister

auio.1 demand for redrew should be made of A Pril. Is-l.'l, and I ice principal of tie said Anna, then the dictator of Mexico, invaded Texas Stales July in, a note addressed to our minister in Mexico, I in cese the revolutionary movement which be was in Mexico, refused to receive and accredit hioi -

!oreu'bw' ziicwaror repri aU. The Corniniteiffn awards and the interest accruing tlu-reon." was stipulated with a numerous army for the purpose of subduing maintains that, by the Florida treaty of 1SU the prosecuting should prove successful,as was highly pro "\s hen he reached Vera Cruz, on the thirtieth of November !

lhQtii leLataona of f the .S-r.atc, in their rc- to be paid in five years, in eoiial instalments her people, and enforcing obedience to his arbitrary territory as far west as the Rio Grand was confirmed bable. The partisans of Paredes, as our minister, m 1845, he found that tbe aspect of affairs bad

a1 After' fcur'' a demand, should prompt cverv three months," Notwithstanding this new and despotic government. On the twenty-first of to Spain. In that note he states that, by the treaty the despatch referred to, states, breathed tbo fiercest u uler one an unhappy change. The government of

laa, jrrfued by the Mexican government, we convention was enl red into at the request of Mexico I April, 1S30, lie ssa. met by the Texan citizen soldiers of the twenty-second February, 1S19, between hostility against the United States denounced the General Herrcra who was st chit time President of

all nationa i not only for the e-pnlv aridetaj and for the purpose of lelievin her from rmbarras I and on that day was achieved by them the the United States and Spain, the Sabine was adopted I proposed negotiation as treason, and openly called the n public, wa tottering ta its faI.! General Pare I

a *il.h! which wc eliall learn acted towards ment, the claimanls loire only received the interest memorable victory of San Jacinlo, by which they as the line of boundary between the two Powers.Up .- upon the troops and the people to put down the government des (a military leader) had manifested has deteruiinatioa -

thee rel'uWicbutfor the t.KMily which will due on the thirtieth of April, Is43, and three conquered I heir i independence. Considering the unmbcr to that period no considerable colonization had of Herrt-ra l>y force. The rcconqucst of to overthrow the government of Herrera, by a

hat *t il "* 'o seek redre f<,r imr wrongs,either ofthetwentv instalments. .Although the payment rnji crd online respective subs, history docs not
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!. tL jiIHtaiy rrto'-jtion an.l onr of t'.e pnnc p i m an : .A'r : 1'creased di r.iand and ol increased consist of *en-ssneswhich have existed '
,
tigor hiri2l 01 Silas the present h aJ of the Mexican rfv the o->*. rvance ol this polity al osr |res nt s.ra- I price aniciijt Ihe ciT
hich he em.l nr.l to clTcct lii purp-v-e an.l rend r Mr\ on the hell and on t'ie jyoverninrnt the rcmotai of artificial r tnttions heretofore iinj for many years pa-t hare been
Pecifc
have the ,
I 1 #r : Ien Tin re i*. also, mson to tpprehrnd thit *mil.ir dt>cnmcntft sinntirce amounts may be .jnJ to tr- asnr> Lealid. p
11 the of Ierrcra| odious to the army ..u.dpeop'e .' &h5 nl' kai't. .! .oed. d-ec.ed to be timttlt certain Tint onrexport last annual im-*s .'e rtanl
1 ) government s 'i r < i at. r :trm >i\ xa'r.l at liiveU'en irinsnntteil to o-her of thc! and! beaj'|>lied to '-jects ol |>re> mi a'id urgent r ecessilx j is IDIJ Itcatirs ha k!!! -*
I I C" of Mexico. w a' !by loudlt conde-nnin.: it* e is ., i. 'r. in' pom** T... TC1cr., f-oi.1 MI ilei world < oie* oi these! paj ers, in translation pxrt arr ji.J( thu tli-1 rcalion of a i.-rtcspo-tdin a- of l'X>already increased and iricrca.,! 1,4 beyu'id foliated stills em of the lnl>e*. bv 'sLh it* **'

! terrain i n'n to recrit> a m m ter of p..are from t'ie I' (I' V\ ar and t.je \jxv .'. ill ,!. Or s xm mI lcs-rs'witi! subimtlelH motint ol ,>ul>iicd<-l't mx, bo avoi'e-J.! former example, under the more liberal ;'hiey dur title to large traM of valuable /Jt, -

i -, S 4 ; United sute alVginz tlm It wa the intrnti.iu : I .1 i..: ii mi .Oes. a.'opt. i i n tee cus r.. i.. x in \ (prcliiiiinincs, required; by thr pric'iceofcivi1 It is not meant to reconimend! the "t IIM.>r\ and which ha* 1 been adopted, vtil detastlt enlarged! un- limit of the state* cinch Terntf rt' ,, fc: ,'j b, ". ''Ugmshcd

: llerrera l t trexu witli? the l'nrr.1 Mit.. to iisrnmil .xt I. i r,. ...TV xx. |'Jt, .1.! ircd i ,,f | p... njj /-d n it ion* for rlflhias.liefliflZ prit-iteer and reguliting nece sarv* .H!>prij>riatu>'isT the sii,.pit "I ( o\ -rnment i-s. they h ch -cttitl or pr*-tented by a restoration and arrangements made f.-r ri, i t,,.' *vto
!>er thr territory of Mexico bt rtdntj; aw ax lUc r t v h i iv 1 Urn acco i | ', >) ] In ir conduct ta hive been olcrted.. kuuldliewilhhtld. but it is yelL ltn wn I that ol the pr.teitcve poliet. calmed t be donated Thit the country wet s.f the M,,*, et* > *

. u ;; departinef of Ten*. Hie jroternincnl of Ilrrreni I he v tn , : ,. i is be'ieved tol.avc len well 1.*pojed to a pviSlc: a.l-! then July under rt.tt Ji .Uji.t.ij.-s.' vvttli tl.e n.tutifis'i.i.jviii..eJ up, with the niinch of citizens and sut.ject-s cia!! ni lesss.sl lor nutnr-roiH, olijttts, xvlncb siiiV or ?tnav not larked in a e orresjKtadiri.: ratio xtilh the inersasesf removed lo the touiifry provided for thrn 1**

: '..4 ju.4mrt t ..f existinjrililKculties but. probil.lv! alarmed tAil! anl! C'tiiri'e lice vi. t.-nes of lions wlio nut !I.e. willing, purchase them, the whole be made, without nuttnal'.j atfectmu the public mtires's our Iraele.is eijinllv certain hile our manuljcfjrin stipulation, awl straps;*-menu have Seen nuL? rat**
and order want! nit the slionld interest will I still i I I be the ivoreil int. rr ts of the otbc-r to follow. fcrIn
: f'r it o.vn c ritt. in to '.1 1 !i'alot! nut! Kcxacade la Paiim. and "l 1 MonteSIITIS f's' riling t'an only l I.e construed as an invitation lo ; and. tlic it is reci-inintndul not
, .4 1 elar-cr ./ the! r. volution! led bv ParrJen. Mutated itnVuin r.7. so., a1liteat :rr.sty %IIIcrij..r tnii'cre. a.J a- all irs c"ostt'ruht the eirtli: who : hesranUd country, md teceite the incidental prolei lion atfor- our infercotir-e with the everal tribe* ., -
t I ,<>! aureeinrnt. and reft wtl t.> r< c ci'.e or accredit tiio-i decided! lvatitat.. in 'shuy re-jn-et- onIJH t..r I llu privilege!, to cruise a a ntineneaii are aihii.2 to coin-pit 1 iira< t 1ae'ud! at sour last ',-ssion "redncinz the ded! them !icy revenue duties and more (than this sitar aflenfron luau Ur-en ziren lo th' im rf* '**

.t ? t,ur mini-ier ami! tln. aliluMiati) informed tint lie t>aJ ,. ri ..I t t'ie eneiut. were Hn haul in tht ir exet.uii icItrt'e. It Will IKlor our courts of justice t J tlet idexl.ttlier. duties on imports"[ not having zone* into oi'er.i? ion Ihet cannot jn-llv dcinind jest of education The numU-r of srho t!' fb.
i all .. unlil 1 the hr-f ol lh c-mt n.onth there irjs ni>tIXVT In tics a.itual wt4sjietif DtsretriSer last, a tariff of s-sI ares n>Z them has been mere *-.f '
: ft been inresteJ wnh! l itil power to aJjin.1 question! (. i J t n rr! ..ur Ur;eve fleers and *(oUi-r 1.) tlie un.!ler such circumst mces, tlic-e McxicinIt I pi a's!
mJ'upule-l>etxetn the two governmentin >nn '*'4tttnl 'lurk* n .''ef tter of mir ami! reprisals shall!l tho-r x h.i tune tor iN |l.rast In'al! elf.tt upon t lli'' fet vte'ie. revenue dvi'ics biscd 'ujsusi| the principles ol the ex- me-its-s rovi.ed.> ntit onlt fur fea. rmjj |th| em n. cidinetet 1

, ., the frit ol..u pretexts f for; tin* refusal the! j-nn.Mnlonrtvan | I \l.E. iht l IOM. o| i'ir' l-r.ixc uicr. and! n eii who luvtU .ccrj.t lie-u! jue ami! ronm.t robbe- s protect ii >on the liipliias and I lie ls'i.i' cia-c-s s.t I ll.i country, to lie sic's lop.il It i-tiicZ hew. xt i> rt ( ( mmt-ixled ansi I liave seen tse ti educ'afion. but st instmrtnz la r"'
... that our mint-lerhi.1! not c icY whul- r.-ason lo haiut liu-opinion* then expri'4see'. In rie'iitsirsand the mechanic arts '5-
. .. 44 1 at.! . ; upturnc authority, the puns! jwnal- it ad..h'tcs will add L.srz'ty lo nor ior'ri trade, a.ulpromote tint of the probible t-to-tei.ei c tli-t's "f I lie hew, I I refer t.u tn I be trirsrt of fie s
; .i5 mi.. i.>n. coiiftl! thr a tvl.u! jiul hon rII tic. of | 'e'j, tfts
I p.rirtII Althouili it r.vontnend that ll.epolict e-t iblnhed bt it be main Neny tier a '.eti-tactr stew of his.
the neial canin i '
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srts--peritt.
t. IcaMnsall! the o..trs2 M*n XS auJ i.Iirettiztu. is .t su't-ct' | nfn.e! iiij! ii.faction tint oiiV llie certificate of n;ittmliz it.on tints u 'r"'t.eb f*
; jrran'e.l tained. It lies but urnmenceti to and! department under bis
charge
4."iIiiEEt >t be rtainlv ii.reseen xv hat amount ot revenue it jn-t' operate iKinni v. .
tI 1 1th I tiZ.s'ii t'.iJ.cs_ salt.. s-i sr-nistly r551.otkl. brirtin.led lit Mtxic ito sicia-n! vpanuHul>jectnl f.nii ill vitld, it iseslunattd! that it a ill tveitlthat to abunion or m, lht tFPW
t The Mx 4.i.tflrnfflt wrll! knew our i 1 t .i r >ui.trv t eill. li .
:
nti \\i an eriritciol tin the ttiil *
; : ext> gmlt I pnnisliiicnt of 1.i rates. under our treaty hsrt'slessl( l l is' I Ihe st nt IM l >, ts Icicle it superseded vt<'uid be itjexjMdie.it and .int' t"c. should iletes t* Mexico Ices rer. I : nili ni1 t.nn.t au1 1 the j.r..-ctio'i due to our.. ilif.ti* ills.( |-tin- .I .. f.tc'ip( on'v a lew wit ko, liave !>orl.eI'M with Sji:mi. tt!,, v will! t ertamlt {trove univailingSnrli Tin-I Ualni4 piinripli-sj c-taMl-'httl bv it ate, t(. !Uvvllie in arty ol its detail be a-cerUinev bv at Ilia] experie ml Mimbrrof our .irn'eid trust-Is 'ce l i ? "'
'lie t u .ur..t..n. f Uninflm ill tw! I.. rd! >ttr ,
ir l.'ut hit
tin in In
nijitintl | i ol Montcrcx
I imiK-rttixrlv with ci Mil-tertuge wo ilj be but i xvca!,. it viee to Jc I t:ixis xvith a siets- to rai-e tew tote and! to impi ue t > exi-l.lhe-c mat IR- hereafter enrret'tttS Lent prot'-ction due l > o:ir coramrree i'estt-,. *
: ;4 a., 1 iii.leutnity should 1w' trpite.1 t..etwr.: a .1 .- .se-i.tnia ami cowrie e.jnil to tint ol t'rtenn.i fe..t lie provisions of solemn tre.itx ,> t lu-rn niMin the aria Its nupoitid aticrdin to until licit lect shall become man if e-t. (tic should the xtorld has tirt protid inntni i. r 'x T "* f
: iu'"unllarKl .HIM .va'lK* n.e l. and tin v owiflii to *- tied iturt'it o4 the lii, heM adcuril.on Ilw t ',, .
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| ri' >mneml tint t'onjjreM &honl t iinnirdn'elvprtxi.Ie their aitml sclsi IM. fairl} l hsot-d. will IK. spared to ghe- etfic.enrt to ti "
S line eeii that llu ooure wa f>e .J caeiitato! l lo t iab'e |.r v .lion-tl loii.: in -n.hi,. tli' High tlie. neiux's conntr l bt iix* fur c the triil! amipuiiis'iM-fiit' a* pirate rii-- eel ol h l-li I b> the txrrsivcrjc- ii. dutvv II is submitted for your consider it ion vthell.tr it in the prosecution of the war at.d! e I ,Tel T" "*

! .. ., tlw I"iiiu-d tte M eMeiil to tin m the n -- md ll.r.Mij i th.xil.len! (e-i-s. liavi. b. e i ln>r>ieHi'li'it ol s arnsh-ulijetts wIt.,. cs-ea (1114 tlu- vigilatur ot ; li,> lilt H.ijiosed en minv: artu !est i-itlu r totailv mat not te prnpt! ra* a> xtar rn '*snre, to itoM>se rev- know that the otbtrers and men an\ r. gl'J '

I liVr! jutrtK. 4).. tin3. h of IJrcinwr.! l' $.1 a iitiirnuir Uv npi.1; ia..ts'in-ita tiie! pro- their jjovi-rniiu nt. jiliill be lour;1 jjuilij of privatei ring excl'idil l them trio, smxn tat i..e. i>r uriaflv! reilmttltht i'ie d-ititsnn .me '.f lice art.tie* nt Etlstla4f inIhe devote hem-elves. to the i-rvice ot t !,. ,. '
. I :. teuetiI* !Hrrrrri n .iii.l the I Vid n.-*. awl \ i UcJ % it c '.f \rt %1.-si s.. .t fl Santa F*.'. ii. e.pita'. his igiitiKt theI I mted Mate*.. 1 ito not SPItC1r11ttririens I I amount irIepcii it-si. a"id! I thus ilimun-lied inleadof tree Ii-f. Should it be ile 'tned pr.r to irn|>t sesn any cnts-rprtz Icowe-ee-r duhh'ul s es,, r y Ir': .
u > the .. rn.mnt; louert'' l4rd* with$ .1,1 a Ui.i c<;4 irt.l with.tut biiMHl-litNl Ihe will h sIi xTilli tn fo thi.setiu54 1 recomw-nd
. ; jr last na > slinger Irom t'.eMprivateer1 Our navv priKiurin revenue fv! it thi l.i\t-s ware imjmseil < I'ICH.? a t trw laiseleti nue met I e to xonr favofable crin- '. ri1proMillion
. .. rtnj jU*. Ttm a revhati' m i tr'-m1.tsIk.! 1 *< rtlte t-ts.r.ie.l| with UK-irmy. aid rci.Js-rs.J iialairtaiL] In- eoijjjan'U on the a'er' to 1'rotet our cowais-ree'. not !li-rile le ilimale purptse ot raising retinue. ol tlie war with '.7i-ie.ie. or to at -ci id! To that | to add to each t.f -pr t--r '_n ;, is*

. 4 ': t.v aru cowtnnded l L.\ 1'arr.irn. iixJb*- 'iii. MMit-t it i sit MI bn'l' -;ml. it is I ecaUM> tJiu ritei.ixliiil le-ih-s. in ea,-e prize-. "oulii be imde aef _Xmerica'iveffU. l.ut to alii rd n.h aota. to tavorrd el.-sss, at theex.pni xlent the rt alion of a puMic 4i4t, tha-- rnt lie re- aseeths'icnts.ecsaurand.s..5.; ,, ; ,* 'Jj.r '-:

.: t i4N( .% Iii Mpk.. jn.. t1i. ka.I. 4 it.i Surer totJi.-tt then 4.11 ititiroxt ii ie'cent. uxl! the utmost' vigilonci wi'l: be cxerlcJ l lee our | > ci 1 a large' maonr\, ill.-ir -I!->w citins pi' ilt d xvhen the em -r>fi net xvhn Ii cave rise to them attention, the establishment lIV-M : .ra'. >
.
"I Milttarv u iq>er. v.\t uai Lnonn t* l'r IntlrrK bo.- I 1. iIM- ,.| the tirleiM-rt. nature Ins inti.rpocdi. liioekiduij! s-luulr..iI| to (revtnt the! captorfrom; tj- flio-e tmplotisj in arzrictultturt'.tceseliateia-al pursuits sliillceiseto exist, and onsflute no least ol the ce ,siit mtMin of repairing ami rut't., (> ,. r*

.t S tiI, to the Tnitcd >tvt vAlthjiijh .. iil"Jt! allies, of thf ii5iJitsttI on tlit Mexican coa-t kin?! llu-in into Mesicin m.rts. and! it is lit.t apj>rcIn tointmrcc' and teat s.st is-si, xv ir cornptlUdlo! con- permanent poii t nf tie country. of the navv rmplntrd! .n the dill f x.t, x ? '"'** *

4. tic* pw-p-ct ot a !parinc a-ljtmtim-n v ::'i Our .
t tie tw' g.icru't.ut.t ua.' .aitj.T.flUtfl5.} fr .iu tm I a J'!.ml otrnt r 41! tinanut. and a sm .11 Wrc h istiIv Mill-mi s.ushi priz- lu ue? nJfiiiiioJ and scold within ovi-- ru-vn wealth I o, i lhe <'omparifivelv (cu xxioiisdiiivfted liie hotter s-rgcsisizahi..ri cf the frea-mv aid tog the deserve, and, I Onoilti nest. will rerru, ,- -ri ">
, b I.ao*ti bnit .t r* h.a4 l to ttw I ntu-d Ma.
6 ?rr'., and cf ndifsontif pius.|| ,- : ?:, f

'. part to nt r rt e- r

4. r r. uirtnr our wimrti. 'rva :i.truttd to |in 'rnt ti. ia tint pr.iv if (-ri-n igun-t ves-els umli r I the Mexicin tli I It is < paiting In rn thee. juSt rule. Iheluhtir f ixis we'e.n a; .lomtmnit of tu-xt oilicers, faVuiz .UK! pprr, tin<*; ( rflSt-lfl.-4e-rr.rnr..f. There''ns. r n.

* t 4 cr4enttaS* to the ns.o\ ni n it. txl! arr place inas the' thrth'ih 1 Just,' list, p i ,

r ; rtvdrcxi !t.tr it in tl. iiilix.i, e ehanrUT hi wli'rn V K teteue.. our nulilart ascii n.t.l uer.etsans. in Jt-.s- ol Mexito upm the high seaanl it I* there hui! pnri', .ttstl tIn' heat icr taxts on fhi- if n--"c is- for lhcsateUeej>i-i5 ot thejniWic! immet xtonld peri.nt million fo.fr ImiHlretTand ei hfv -i'v. i r- tt| 4rt

I : had Wn r tumeii'-ed iiostili- tore nit pr .bibe t- i hearty Ainertcin privateers -ilv end) low pric-e, consumed bt the gra-at ma. if It is not proposed to de-part H' ant respt-rt In-m j hundred and ninety n.ine.f.ifrsrs, t* > j, *
. eiteilliy h'* ii.. c ot thr tirM of Maw ft. I R 10. adilrt t.es. a* a tune M.ictcJ b, herM! tae Laxe liken would he luted out in e- i-e a law Ii-iulsl I be pisspj llie |1'osk.1 I It t was sv-tem.. lee inevitablec-uVt ofwh I the principle or po'i' *'t on xthirh this err it neasnreis Jthe and two thonsund nx burini' a i'' i-rr"" fl

.4 -. td to tb H 'xirati M.nt-t. f Fon ifn .%iTart... but !i. pi.-si m..! ofm iit of her pnncip'e' portH driven at,elpiriud authorizing, this ntis!,- cii w .*rtire It is. nutxviiii- ih wasto ri>lii-te tavorcnl clts-t-s jnd the \\ >' iltli. foutnlis., Th ri- are, hf.weter, deftrf in the details d'iII.ar.|| arni! forty tiTs- rents !Ie>s re. i lf f ,if *

. .. q requ..t *** iiii>uUn\! r< M-* h> that mini.'< r mki Leer I itading n.nit. .itiJ acquired n.ilil cry Mirhlmg.i-ert.nn III it i-ucb privateernnt ren.Ier
i -; it wtr M ti.e ATiife of ImP .i.n tnotitb >o Jtiraatite ti'I$4iseii ol the! t2ctr! inpruriiico ol SEW Mctku.i to thi' 14 mnien ill m'eres, ol the countrt the support of fjovr-rnm?. and to lit the hnnfcnon r.stiest. wnich are tullt! set tortn in (lie leiwjrl of Ihe Tint the .sarc lime amotrnrrd lo four, mc i t -, -

I iNfw-d f4r our mi'UMer !i it to dcnuxl i Nt n I e..n. Coi'iUia.' ioiietioIiar.| and the ('illarni <-. by ret-,ipturinz o .r merc'iantInjis.. ahuill! ] I any l i.e taken the laiwr ot the nianj, cnga;.Hl in other pursuit S -crelart i-f the rreaurt, to which Ihr attention ofCm f -nr lhouaml tao hundred and nnn'v re- f fi '

1 : ia..p.Wt*.. ati.I f urn to ,tit I ,ut.d l N'aton I ji ti niM.'X I iijfr; in t-x enl ibaM that i ml.raced in bt anntd vessel-cm'cr' the Mexican! llij. aswtll than niann'artur. *. res4 is invited The dcf.cls would inimrto anal twenfv two cmf. Oi Ihi* snm tic h--: j
T'iW* I'H catrio.r.irv. 'jier'aj |.re ri t"elthpniseivo htcrt :\ -temc mi ipial ansI sIoj-i.t harWn snpersd.d -> .rnr ex'enf the .njs'ecscfuh operation at f thi lw if and nifx seven th'.n-ia'.d stat nr-; ., fami ,

:I : the ci.tituJ a.j.I.1. .1 a j m fuM lit. in notatioti oi t. [ bv aeon 'li.rihk* j.i74ta1isfl. inJ ii.uht oi it m >r>-j I nieani wit Inn .ur poxtf Iioull be ren Irrcu atnlil.e ti\ lice Ctt1? !. !lux which impti-es! ilntiis leo? all times, l mit are es;>,TIIX ,ieehearra-a-i.st. when the eights rent hate been drawn fr- t it! tr .-

e j .. jte l a BIIIIHtr j thin a tl!>.>.>-iiid tittles i.&nii tlie |>tint-at winch we far lie! | rot ri-ni: tif our commerce li cr tin-U'netil or inpirx ol lassie ur srersecitheist ronnfrt isen' .iueil m a tsar whn the t'x,>. ndilnresaie The dssbsir.neprtt. for the tear n-r. fw i i- *

c 1 ol p4ec. UtWcttOI! i.h fill pner. t* tpf.! !I1 I:5.! to ., Iret e>ur I lirtitt and cju.i,14'MIour mote j llie am:jal report| of the s. cn-tarv of the Trti ory sI-rihtita--a, :it.d j-tar as prtctie.i >le, ejiiilt/i- !hepnl'hc greatly increased, vxhi'n l.-ans ar' to befi' cfetl, and thirty *ihtHi-andfoar hqn'nd! 1 P5's- ti r, fr.

i. all tbr .tn.ji sitiLi. rru..bctwccnthcIaoCiir** 'I-HII.-. H> tii.. !-. : la a manner jaffid UonarjM'- oh I am n.) 4paTh. j j tr i-'r' ui if:i nemx lias been ci.t "II. ol Ilir linalices I'he ircc1.ori lor'he; fiscal year ending The tavoictl rla-sts wb<>. utder ll.e uniij| act! un- hnnd'-.el mi''.'* eli-tint. in sorn s'isfrom alit de- this' ter's'c-shin year.

that MMiiern hs4.w > i v >t a ;parallel <-Jin j jwfairfa. tel! iuI c .tnwric.in JH ot>le be f'TiEsl: of Tic on the fhirt'etli ot .lu ie list were of Occde of 1'ist' -% -Idle utiK h Ins been repeald, nave Ittif-to- po-itrrv and a I ir.re' |orfioi ff them in a foreign While IhedislMirieinrn'shavrb'ep, f :j nieel. *
lu. rcuad J ''eri.rr '.1 1 ilunlrt: of .ind! tote i.'al./i-d I.ur4c' ,ind ma'iv s't l them aiiusedI rimntr 1 he niixlilK.i'n,n* suxiettid the .r' the mill fit-ilifies hate
;. : m tim wf j*'*''"', on iMtiow t *cn : 4 ur rtyui;ir i.iIier.t sine hun-'red ansi twen t -one rcjhj..c. *iinnJrftl and! pro'ifs. in ren been i' ,! ,s'_. i 5f_
UiU- i.rop.vMMy. f (iota a-iothcr for urmmiinu < x- fit.-: .iiI 1 -..l.i.'r'! lilt! ext utn ot llie-e tew iiio'iths ni ett-one th'tei-ir el rven luridred! ind nine t --even I.er..e h-.. i tuinccl tin ratssiu'-e| ol I Ihe i.urix ts l.a have of Ihe See-retary ot the Tre-asiirt ire recommended to i mar''! rot s of five thoo-awi oeten Pn't. .1 l ir's r-

; .I l*tm. dilfr-'il % bcta.ci t IFW. SrarotK a !hoj.J of j 1 isil.srJ 1 a _r .tl.n.; [>r Nit tli.it n ir s .4iIry cm, einele d .tins ; ot xxliicf. the amount v-rn..rt-sI; .is eleven bt-i-n nude 'iitjsitSrr lo them, will liivt no r-ason to tour feaorbk! cond..-ration, seine mites increase rf tran portaf.- ,- PC)
; .* a.jtri2our1ffwult'ei. ci n at a n-WKKc '*v. or olprcMnin MIX t-i .>-.en: t. toi.iidv! hy rt'v' K>rlhe niitntenaiiceof million-tine liumlre.1 i ml. tort t -t-n thousand MX < oupLin it( lliov sluil l be re.|'iiri-d to heir their pj-l In connexion w ith this report. I invite rmir aften- 9en hundred and sixty fonr th' n- ,n 0{ srs f *?,

:. :* pe er uh Mexico could ht- cinaMKtirh her h i-n,r. a-.d l the elt fence of .n-r rights. on an a tIfcetue hundred iidtwe-ntt! -Ihn eih.ilirs! Ieasin9 the moant iop<>siion. ut the l.is.ss Ilt'esr.sary tor the support of.ioverutnent tic in to flit im!">rl.tnr-f 'ci iblisbins a branch .,f the and t<*fv five mil'*, awl flee C.itu.' rP -j fp

>l< I'3rs4' a remarw-d at tiie head ot the go* rntnett i i rce r. .idt .t al! turns toll nt n'v' i-i relsntivh *.. iinrj in tre count rt lord-wiiest r ronsiunpti,MI onrhu Sol ir Iroin it, it will be perceived bv mint of the fnit ij Si aft-s -tt New V..rk. Two-third hnrndy.-'d a'ed snletee.n nev po..t.eettir .

. I,. He had acq.tmd i thS0).WIII] ( j. >wcrl'\ milttar !- the rs'ne.rt. of home, ft Sr the |*-nl- ate] pntal id red and tt-run Ilions. three Imndrc! I and! l >rtvflvetS an examination ot the ex stm law, that disc rtmin.ii nt ti! <' retrnue sferi'.icl from custom beiri? collecred < f-rmsftr* and other, ensa 'H in, t' >, >-rarr f

; ; wxol.ition. an i UtitI !lie rn4 .ossto {,!IeiI.! to j jarajf l < tuo! t'i ciiup And th-MIjli s.ir'i 4 frt e ill:i. l i'a' .n-arid .tie -ndre ansi tentt-tonr d..!Ihr1'he! i' lions in the rata-, set! d.itv im|>o...ed, within Ihe revenue at that point, the demand for *pe ie to pat the duties the nervier, have performed fhciri' i'u w fn.Sft .

41 agrUit the liiitd, '.acs. an-1 I.srcsr.ift I 4-,r i*:e I time t VM ri-i?. it is n, the rinl couomir. 5,1:514: ot t'ie' lor th s imc .l hu pi inti1ete, havebtrn retained in Ilieir ator.- 'silh be large and a I.r.e-d'hi r ml, wheie fs-re'.n rein sort ilhfuims tft-..rx'i, i 'n n -*.r- i r
export >eriv> was one i-
t-! .'' h't to eisiiu.I i j The incidental! aid against foreun conipeti'ion whith and! bulli' n could bt ini'ntdiat. coiverted into Amricin many rnferesfins she-tail, er-rmcif. 51!
-, Tcaiis. mhfh h* c4imrd! a a r.cottd! jirotu.rc oiJIiKic : s ; it re.novi 4 ti!nece-s-tj ol | sired and) thirteen million fmr hundred ind vi; h r -( rr-,
!1Ii had iiVIiOltflC-d! a izukv of trea-M. all '1 4r'i'.x"' 'i..r-'* sasahiip: i irmv in ti tof pejer. thoi s.in.1 five hundred I sixteen slOlir ei 'ityeirht of- th'-v still enjov yu s them an anlxanta r xxhtcb no ., coin, w sets! creatlt! f.K-il'tatr the transaction lie rsfi this e-tcsbLn.hin.-nt. sate are r--tcrr dr tl
an
4 tiiOM.MetiPinx who cotj idcrrd Texan a- no .. nir r and p'..Cs. that t>i.r j--4.pie! I isrtr their in-tnut.o:..., anJ wtiitlione! irulre.1 ins! two millions hun.ire.*and, other pursuits (Mtssess; bnl of this noil. at th> rs vx.'li 'I of the pnl.lir fnisin'eilar the rirculation ot Kuld Pi.-.t-rraslt'r Garners! ; ar-ut isis 's-tP-.ne. ; s

i2 ..-:. co0aitutinE a p4rt o) the tcrn'onr (if Mtat.! -ti-l are st i r re-pit-c i-i ,)lei.-sc' anti j.rott t-t lliem fertvonth.ai' end ch !hunJretl ated or I e nint-t.-thrrr .'tn laiu, (IMCJU-C the Jjti.s levied are uite-iarv J land, -liver. .s.sd tv, at the same time, a safe djposi- pr-.tins;; if- revenues rec mraencit-d ti \ fr -.L
( \\ tlio los rt-x t uu I nt: ol the [>nl.lie tnonrt rrtniudsratiesni.
.: wttautn riuiidv J to t\ c.'t' ol wicr T t i':r i i w ar wain a a-urae of tig. roti* and dt.'lir-'! roti-i-ts-d )
j _.. .. .sv'nl! i oi m sti< j.ri.hi'ti.s-i's lo.leevtnmillions : TIILrevenue duties. inH>Miinz frt-tzlifs and charge The importance ol graduation and red'tcint; the I repeat the rpution '.-.i -d ,
the ti..d
12012 ttttC car wrtieb! he *ad a aiit't i pros..veon. IKIUJ Mill anxious to arrest j thrte hiiiKlrnl its lortt--ix ttiou.-iiid etp in civ ii't ar'r,;
Sutc ua. m Ufiii'i UK c.id which .. \ nEMtl. > ( I'4.x i:* :!ml CMI-I.I. .inj th it. ifjt r t'.e uriili-tnt viet .in.i ixhuiidreil ., v Lich the nu| orter onist pat IM'ore he can price ot -tifh of the public land isa have bt-t-n Inn; rne'iuars-.tb.t the hst-tirw.nf this ie.r-i'tr! s-
sI-OIar.! of
2 .- taciivsr-tra-e t.irpin artic'e c< me in lition with Ihe home tnanntactnrer in oiler d in the tnatket, at the minimum rate anthcri.il IVsorrtfolatrillhattherefei.nederiveH
of tw st of tsza. wa* hoHit| j rtfs ol -ur arriy e-n the -jhtl!; i-iJ ninth s.f Mat The icc-cue's comp j jour fn-mitrf \
the
4 i 4. ..- I**. t.iiu'' retonq.s wa good r.o.. tot.titcc! Iron. d i*>> | I st -'ir in'ioii I hoir-r could n it be e'ii..ir'ujtt.Jity wire tivtnttim tit- >tuition trc four cry h.inJ.-rd fir tie! xirne tear maikt, on nearly all our iradits branches ot j /. bt ex i-fins lass ainl remain unsold, induces me J ha- made made to cii'al! the tp.-tcrtrp.: t'd tt J I
e'llnmttt- nae.soufai-tssra'. to than one-llurd ot the vai ol a.ain fo ommend Ihe sll.l'Ctto atorable f hi Sieved that this
it. > -aVrottnur. ; more 4 C U<c u.vI ninett-in tn.jsind txvo huniire I id! rr r'ot-i!
cJi&it.fl. the To a> lortv-seven the tmjM.rlid arli>:!e, and! in toiae a-i-s to aeoos-t onsidi ration Mint nirliin us of as ft of IhtseI of thr pre-ent !liws. aiwisirf.'. ,> v
M trrln an i to c .1 lor- I ccli t.ntt -MVfnth eJut! Ut term.nitt
iut won
x co a -
publi.of ,$ Oeransi! icieb there! t
six rents of .
ii.i-'i'i li. w is derivedfrom j one-halt its value With sue-b ash atet..41'4. it is not I inds hat*- been .'I.red in the market for more th.inrhnit of (re Post-master Cen niIT sucti' ct
I itniice to it* throtie! Pwpar- ** to it K a j.r.t..4S jiiijt anl I ia'nsr.eie. to -4 n;
tign tJuiojxau
( customtwi; -ix mil'ion; st ven hundred aud { don'rfed domttic and !larger than .
1 that our ininnlactutt- will continue veais. nautilies tar tuore ten nt ral t t
I this euJ. be had. dt.rne nm .'ort rule dt urme :ncI both c.ue.5rs (Ire, the. Ihi, .)(.uZsis4 folsaciti. press po te
*. thr Mt.iiti twelve thousand MX huniV! il and I ajtt -setesi elollarandeijli't lo prospi r. reahizetiit itt well coruiu. t* -i st Utiert of t'je' .. t.krstcd that x rt ion of it cult giwrt'rn.ni( tit deeiutHj! to this
pre. | ( friend: n-cept -*evi it rent*, from s lie of public- land two ,'nts even 9rs-ati-r prt.hts than can be d.ived from ihet tuiist mini un ji<-.ible tot an uuk unite pern dunl'ss !. itt1 e -trt
vkocawii l the ififja! Bt of a monarch ( oxenurt. but rt-U-rre 1 tn the 1!%-e- ol :t
nliNii efca IMII
: I t p-nl% a million 'luudt ed anil .
| !.akn < j "ix n n<-tv-t ur thoiisind! f>ur anv other n-.iilat bii-in<-ss. Indeed, so fir lr >tn re- th.' pu-e at winch thet nut be purchaedhill will h>. manir. is de-ir -. to n --.r 'h
Tic: b< tu r to ocu-e tiw sncc .a ot h. m j.Matrdt tm re> to i asc.-.cuet4J i is the e .rt* part .ini 1 a r-
sI.
hundred til- 1
} a. irml {-'m -rijrbt cents. th 'idenUl nnetluJ 1 Letr. dm id. To t IK ab .
tbe .- j .j'l.iin 5 h' .lec'tionol( we int rs-t place au ice iitio.i[ m > t ethi in (nr\ --.u-'ItTtt-.i: ; ep> r' fo '- .
i; *' n<>, bt hai, l'an ar.itron! decrte. cowv j ot | ic-cnl n >ui. | e i.uiinuiiicste t.) tou.t-n- pr
1 Uh | in 1 trtwn miidt'nt J iri.l! ii&i.ss71 me ns .surrefinstv J Henr rn 'rimntartnre- si1.i-ral 1. t I Imif b. Jiiciiesn -ir real v nue is r ol omv tv preterit their sale.andll. ave-Iicjcntrc i she'f .r .u-r of ur f- r"'s
Lc l < not to be lifted by ti trfrv a tjtt t if the letter of tirSfr! t trl ot State
< a on !rf w- l.tti'hon-i.itione hundred and .
._ Txvenfv-sit si-clara anJ i xt.-iidin this ir l hsi-snc.s..ris lie: t \ sI-err of greatniifer'iiiu '-i -r > t |- the treasury of ant int ir.<- tr ne JMFcF POLE
: .jcx of the | th<*ai ,ul.* m< ut to lt.< mill, and to git* hint ftc M.5a' n j ve niiie'it, and of thenntt tht'tt.i at I
we-re iwt tight million ttiirt th-ua.oej lie Ixij'jse r-fard-tbe-ir
nlj -nice is sIte ncn-ited piojxI lit t -'K''E--'s, |sir ike open utar- it zrow tn und! n r't
4 & *olute control ottr tin .r deliberation*. thr| Sa'r.4ir- State one bund I ai.d is.urts-s'ri dollar an I twentx cents } fret of the world. i> tnestic riiannlaclurt s, to the ot popnlition, md because the have rioj.ow.i t..
L'ndc-r! tii4t c.-nni t4nce$. it mat bcbetr-d tUat. 'I he War w I 11 I xitinue to nc gen cjuted! with t ior, aoj the In :incr in i.e Ireiojry on thr first day of j a.clucofseveral tail lions ol .liars, whit-hcainot nnd! letv a fax upon them as upon other hints xxit m

: any .nto'utHra'! lu Mexico fwwied iqioii oppo.it JIMI to 9" he l lw', noisy.. o1.-tarjsr! i r* U itli! ,sir exPi July last wis i.me milli.'U senc liteisired an.I twentv- aintrk' at home, are anirul! Iv exported to horeuZis their, Iimifs, heist by other proprietors than the liut. 'THE FLOBIDIAI"LF

;. the au.itiou! wojedo ofl'irwU". ojM ten I vrt- nt lice, li-to.4 r. eif thr unrtao'iiiablc euura of the six thousand four h inJre i .en-ltIurt-riinedceijaraand c '..minesVifh stn-h rates tt d'ltx as Ihi-se established d "tetes, tcrthesupp$ rt o| their local vjt eminent*.
n U: tlte ca ie ol peace a* wcli!! as prcven* $! > at- %let.eiii aulh->ni< M is lie part ol wisdom not tu eight ee.t bt the evt-fiuu b'.v thesvstem will probaMt The beneficial erK-cfs oi the t iaeiualion pnrci)-It

; tvM. Xe.i Iropcen j inUrterence in the! itir< ..i l t'rtXiu ri-his i.e cist-r,'t of tir uu.itary seja'Srtti..u. ui.td therr I Itie am junt of the |1.uli'! debt, including, treasitrt U' |frrnanent. and l capitalist who have made or hate been realised in socce of the States owning the T Irs si.orir. '

Aiu z.rai: 00'tMto''i: o'tj ff of < ;' ri- ij'i i .1.1,' know-u In this t:ty.. it .a tleei.slMiiH { note-, on lli'- nr-t ol! tile pres. nt month, was ttt.-ntt- hhall hereafter mak fh.ir investment in iaar, t. i- lands within their limit, ire which it has U.en adnpted -

: ttte to the L'ni'cd $utt t Ansi ch! f rt"'i i !'*>rfVfuuf ur tni:l'iv<:i ts.s.. lei'h!, d aim n''i--\_ ; ihoiisinl t fssr fur'.. xx ill know ujion what to relv Th cotinlrt The' ii iVf bi.Mid.! Kioiiifrati-d ala > bv the L'r.ittdsi &'tTCl1)iI', lrC1)tlIIIIt 19, 116.

I *. if aticiupt. . beca !." .te4 S .tta 5Ji ika. 'Uit : .'!v ;.' .c.< I h i.l ii .vv been ComluJrd a..d rateikd b v tLc of !Indians! the -alt!
: ipon sitl.jctw. xvhn i Ii.- sum .t s.a r-ot.en million ven hu'tdrt tag.-s xvhi< h the nunnfattureitstill eijs' r.-suit sic- in <-t their lu'ids Itinz within the
: rotaiwun'ca't'Uo <"oi ir.- i rot laM annual in -- ie tu.i iitnI a a.ul! t isrntv-e.-i.Ji.; thousand s>:v u tiuudrtd and ninelvtl.t ce saritt train tie collt.! tio-i ot revenue lor the snp- Sijte ot Mississippi and! Aliuama. The ('heickaa'.v We arc indebted to our Senate- U t,rr ur t-i

I Iii atiw itu u', n iu ctr'4ja that no change wmu rlu ;dt% ir 1. if n"t i/een wi-je I hIt a view to c.in'ith tettit' slutlei-a anti .itt.wo e.seta tY lislt-cJs.15i14 eat t trt of government. Huh protective dutu, liotn laneis, whole would not coi.iinand in the tajrkct \'tLEt. and Vnafor CAMEROV.cf Finn ; rcpce,

he c.n f-nment of M tn-o aIiwi! ould d.! jirno alecs' t (: _ui l ecu o.mn. t J with! Mtx r.). itS loiith ot Ma ei! i-T>. I.-at ing the amount inj | their uriU-l| i>|x-iation u -on the lli.--. 5-4 i,| the people the mimiir.nm prier tbkshid bv t:ie laws of the of the President's Msare..
l'rfrcd .A tacr coukf! be for tbi worse, so (u ..- t'u. !l.s I tin' .rricd iiu il.e! C-IH..IX'). fii.ulrx. ant! will! !j e iirresl! suite that time six million fair huntlre-d and rjiin'ii tail ii. Jjiv*- ri'ttee i xteu-i-e ill--alistjc I tut.-d Staff.; lor tIer -ale of their Ian iswere, in |ur-

$$1 I"t.t.d h.-itf- atrc < oic<.rtKd. a.hJ. it .: i. 411] b. TI_ :....- v j-.sit-uttii tlttre. wi'h a tit'x* ti1tIb1ili! i I sixiv .-.-vi .1 iioti-a| >td ,: x hundred and nm-.tv-lour j| lion, and i .)mietint; ,md l lot ot.sfaiit eti->rls tic < h tnsre 'I siniiCe of the tnt--dy ot !lSl: wi i that tribe. *' bse-

.: provable that 4U change ntnct be for the beft r. at I li n r /lit j a ice. an.. the.i bt tu cure ample! inde-utii d illar- oil I ninc-tx-**... lit i-- nts j or r.-et-.sl;, them, rtmierin all investments aid ma'iu- tiiu-iitlx: oftt-re-d for sali at k'r-il'i-tfd and reduced rate z- The .CC.IU\1tRC I* MOtinsn ve"swi,,

I Thi aeu t'K aate of iidair rttiti h< n. <* It l..r t!n e 5P-. tesS. S w. tie a. ,. ** w. II a, to sir I In onl.i li, ;trute--it.-I lie war with Mexico with J Jtig i lj<*tnrt'.s ,uncertain and precarious_ L' wer and m >re I I--r lii'iited! ptrHods The re-nlt was, that lare tjtiantititof :\ ttw b.lU hatchet-en pa.dof an tivir'! r'a-fdi-

prr.s. ou '..t iliiitii'nth 4 May last, recoj tu7. d tit III ic ''i liij ired t .tiie-us. wljo tc.t 1 ].irgf IiiitI'Y de141.1. ir and e i<-I .it aI I liie. r <---t me am ol bringing il to perimiii 'if tales 'ii! chit > at th<- same tin.t that tlifx the-se lands xxere purchased, which would racter.-<>thrs are manuring 4. w\ U,. r ne EV'esot
eXi.tenct of tue air hich nad IHCU coiuwei: ttlttiv a.sift.-t Mexico a ss5.- dt anil bonora tie t. i Initial t&tt, a furliur loin will xield to the rnin'ila -turer fair ami riiniuieratin otherwise hate remained unsold. The land were

'*. Hiinf ut of Pirn ttca audit l Isctaic an ojcrt IU tin iaw- ..i n iti.i'i< ae-.ie.1ti.-r.j| tt-rri'orv \<- t>ubje (5 Iii' b.. iii-ti-s-arv ti> iri.-et the ex; .-i iitnre-s for the i ;prod's. srilhs.'rire, him a-iair.-f the diii_ r il Ire- dispose-I ol at then real talue, and many person ofhimted the proceeding* prepared for tins sscbat the

; tt tn'iclj! !iiij/'.rtaix-c with! a v.tvi to a *yccdv Mtic- .11 j I. 9.ic. rm J ht th.c'flISItJt'rcI; | during h iiiiu- prot and! the n. st ft-s''j! veir It Iht war hmiidi -|iienf i-hni'-s in th. sv-tem, whub tair tail lo locales vxereeiiabltd to pure rase-small trat's. President ilessace Arropies so tr h i ( r ',T t

tfl -ut ul o.ir u.ifieultM t. and the rt-t oration of an Leon- tars |Mt->-.-i m. n.il I utiti Ilieirinth. ra tie itt otat i I-. i-,mlium-d 5 n-itil t see I Itiirli.-tuol June, -> !1'---Iwing j! rninou-U! affect his nirie-ts u-ion wha'i! thet hateittUd with their laniiiie-s,. rnnn that we pn tpone their publcc.et-; 5:' r r

: : raUc pc.ct, tiuit PaTrdcs sbouW! not ntain oir | -. or i.' fhali!! v .I n.t mlv withdraw trom it T hei4. he -nd! ol the nxl teaii v.' .r- t is .-ttin-l.-d that I: nnnltane.Hislv wit i lli<- rela\atio'i re-'ric- Tu.it sir:til ir results stied l be produced bt thee adoption teat rIper We hail ende ror 1.1 tn'tr t g re

I ttsThEieo. .! < ixii txerilUte i(521- _r neeK-.tnit MClier-fded. It I :in .aI.titIie.al !loin ol lttent -lliree :niilion f tis ilur- j! tier- |'olit v ol the Uit-d: Mali s, I.rial itjio. heist ol the ridu4tl i's-i ;>olit I -v r a tlie Tinted st:it.-s, '
f I Ikfuiru that time tLtfe wtr.vt.tosn' of a '.vr1'i. in sheii ;:.1 .ud ilulv nt tw t m.|uerurto srcure hinuntiUi Will! tte re5urrt-eI.| Tins, estlintte It Blade II:HIII thee i whioce i"x implt we ,ritt-d the svstiui, heu rela\eJ in ail the rtatis in which the are tIes, .-.wruriflir lull roper. 11 their piotttttiiig aid a-. n -i :3tnt -'

f tionni MtxK-j. fakorrif, a u it na. uiiJcraarnt! tt *tt. --t atari to provide far th m .ml un,nice of citil ,Aa-.ittiiibiiii thai it wi'l; !! be neces-a t to r< *.i-n Co.tan'lx :.- j I hei*. she has m.' :T pta.tiacted. -

4 a by tiw lui.'e liixral f>rtv, and r {. iialv! Uvt tLe.o.e en.it r at 'I thi rigliteif lineinh nnl iiita 'l'is right i.i I hat t ii.-astirt l-Hir tuii'i I '! is of el t.i -s, to j| in_inv cutler d'ts'tsi n.nderate'rt'-tesiiee tales, \iter inirket, faun* t be d 'ubttd. It canot tie a sound we jjne nctire to those wh> ws.3.) To o Jr-

b. ivere oii ovcd to li.resn i mt< rfi n in e aiirrwd. lit our e.u.i'd. against C4Ming-m'.es I It sirh sui |ius were J 1 azt-s f H-nence, f hrtai.srnn oi that ciaj.itrv poIlCt_ let vtnhhold larc iU.intllKs] of the public I Iland" stand the doing! of their r 're'enf4riv.J tiat: We
j notMrcbic I.*M of uvernuiriit J anta Ai.,- wa iiiiiit i-t: a..I i.v.j 1."inii:in ierl l 15 t tlit's-t&iislies.'czitul hit re r.ir.-al tn be r.'t .in.il, the a l'>an ol nun-|e--n j'i h tic IK .'n < n-tninid bv -tert.. ue,-pitv. and bv a unto the i**.- vid occupation oi! our ciiins, hall
,i tbiJi in < xik :ii lIa\ .iIJ. haxm? IMCII cx[>elU J ff' ti. .,; ..-. rx, a x. rmui n-tu .Mi.etit tLe iont{ trtJt mull sw 4,1 d-.11 iis'.Xdil.l( I..' teiriejt_ 11, hoxtinr, i imtm' opmon bat tnz its deep f und if i.-n in the snl I l ts x ixinx orson: them pn>:es which ext>erience has | ;ubi-h! extra espku cf the r'l.-rce.an l : tsbc'h

p.iacr atxi l a'.i-bed trout h.* country dv a reiolii* on prslsiress .4 Ma se-., is.iiieilaIifL thii. a. far as ( ',,; r.ec ,ctesild, it the tsr--s-nt sS---.illlt, ilIifet. a j lerinzs and warirs ot iinnoterishe l millions, ti abari j| siiovtn thev will not command. Oi tiie co-ifrtrv. it can l be obtained either bt them or the cien t> 'J ol

I ; : bwhoccutrtdin1J'-tmbcrZS11 but it *.* know ,asls-! to tire free instituti., ,s ,,t t ur tan It couitfrv r.-t-r.n' diitt mi she prim i, al arti'-le nv em*>r.ifil l 'I dt>n a svst--in the efi-11 ol w hich was to i.mld up mim I is a .tise p diet te atlord iacihht to our titizen* to the LiisIatnre. Our reports cf ty<(tfitt a.h to

' I I that bo !h.4 still a coi.ekabk party lu hif f xor in I/it |>r.nutiK \a-w-Me-.tjs-o.] and eif te! C.lnorr in f h. Ir.-e 1 ii-t, it is'n.iJ tb.tt an addri.inal ainn <> >sc forfn-irs in *he hinds of the li'XT. and tet le- | IK*'om-' the owners, at low ted bioderrate rate, t.ffreeh pritmcij.alv frcm the Ji'ssse.President's .

i ::- Mexico It A dl o vquatlv ell ki own that no \ itUaec .. little if sOy !l.irtlM r. -i-t.incr i> avreitentted| d r'ss'isiiet .!l,..iit two million* and! a hiit, anounting.it duct the la*> Tiru million, to p .sieri-in aud misrrvtrlv ->lds of their otto m-lead of bein, the tenants

i : wt ich! could U. cxcn d by our *i:.iadroti would, &snIi 5i.. inb.hi'ent to ti.. teiaportrv eete-rnrfls-ri!. is i slim s iti-tl, on I'M- thirtieth of Jnne.j N5- m tjie sam ritit that h libor w.e s dei! re.aed, and! dt. |>eiHlents of otherIf it be af,>rehenf'
r ; la *U jn-ohainl tr. l.av pr< \etttch'm! Irom < .T< c-tii.: which have th *. 1r-..mfie m-. < ->.,tt sti,54'.ise! ami Isls.. I .nr tnilli! >n-i :,i ldtlirs! would bd -r.v..l | rpitil \\ .i- ins-r.-eeJ and e.eiscentcesI i bx the Hril- these lan.N, if reduced rn price, xx.mld lee secured inIirg. ?Iessare.

t .. a landing OUMliere oil the e>tcn*>ii gill cot of af-ortlii.K t.i the lens ol war Imn tPr ili'isiitd Itiru lr >fn tii.it s-Mire. and tie loan rtpiired; w .mid IM j ish nrstes-tivt' policv .' iiuiilities bt *|'e.-ulal..rrf or eap:tali-t*, the We lay this entire doc-inv btf>te cit faden
4 Mexico if bt dcfcind to return to his counm I!cI :it l he pr ila-ri.| ) pro.itle Cut tin *< runt v .,f I'M. ,r miptirtmt | ri-dsi.-e"l bv lieu am itIti?. il is .stiniated, also, thai 1 The, en il-s of tb.'svstem in Greil i.rifaii were at -il.-jrnav: IK rest i ic ted. irs limite-d! .pianlitifs.. lo cliiil to-da\
.:) bad opcnh' i profcu.n.I an ci.tire chc goof po't.-% !has! i- 515k I'tt bj inkm* an aJe-jin-e -ij.jiropn -h'e'e.I' > I I i.iurt-ss .graduate a id! redu<-e fh' price of j length retnleretl ititolor.'hls, iml) it hi* IMH-II altindoni s .ttlu'rs| t/r persons purchjiing ft | urho e of tothe-cchis.n of att.see.st .'*' n T1 in; t se,

i rzpnu..cid Inr< gr< t tht h<. had ;ttsrnd
? ra con.titntioi. of f-Cl. and atowid that hvwu.\* !rjj ing tlie rxjH-iiM .. .......-.,nlt iti.'i.i.rt to, lln rna.u- ) -. .-t.lhe o'Idits.tsjl reti-ntie dtrited (iota that i ol the pr..tc-ete'd antl lavureil classes I.i re'ain the In mv last ar.iv.al t.'ts-'saze, I snLntitKd for the incert pl'nnre -say that it m '- if :.r i-J
lettuce of --o-iree. xtoulii! be .iniuillt lur several tears lo come I It.Ueiei uitist csJritit.ra-.s xvhich llit-x have so long entovedII considerati ol Congr. us the 'nt s.i.stsrn of inaaiging
our irrtl aiith! pre-i fied, S .
th
tafaior ol 10. r.:. u r .tjon lie had pnbhc'v < s cI.ra-d! 45'-ses.saeu int.t over < ui | appr<> 'i >n \Ifbo ish it i* bur i ti a ijtaj
'* ,cr Itr c-I-os'ofsir i-ct o-s.s.jeen, hrr trill a Bill sse Hid a million of elolliis, ani j I was to exptvtpd .hat a similar stri.Zil' w.iuld : : tbi rnin'-i il UnJs oi the Mtt-d Mitc-i. and reroinr '-
etjhu ti Urmlo the et ts1s'4iutsI nof n n.ons LOtli.
r !
it. tronjri.t \%* $ irom the dtsssstsresn.-d t .
i-xpet-t at thei
tin loan 1st re'riin-csl| be madbv the clas-e the! I'nittd States I letided t'lal! their should be hrt ught | ri ot
a monarch and to Kurojan niteferctirr t. tli aisiei'sjl I to I on, rc.s. I .K-i-mt-l it uia.-t, .int as a raluir.tns| bv that an.mnt j oacifc m > into market
a rut-.isurr for t-tiuring jetdy with Mex.fo. al-ci should these rrn-asjris be a>ioiTetl| lee loa-i | tthes-n'ttr an attempt was riade to III.MIor| abt.'i-h'! j -md sld.. iifMin suxh terms and uuJ r such re-tric- .>t the National (Gotemint. % 'I t n dd: ret-
*5air of los country lmf.>rm tion to this etft tt*< |j4'ac ;
Lcvn ict.i%c-d, from M *in lWIt5d to be r< n'-l* Ui.t :; sum of n, nrv- -hould bt :tje.rsspri.io d and r.. ;j'lii -il would! not ftr-.'i.iI.hs'o's511 cuhterli or I l.atnt,' iinii-t| svsttrn litre The \ rot e1 lixepolu v } liris as Congress mglit prescribe Hv, tin act oi Ihetliti pect *.> clear and c tvin expo-iti 'n v. c -ars
1l.-e.s-sl l m ihc 'r ?, tI. KM: ctitue unit-11-1; millions ot d,ill,its-!<-at in m the trtasnrva bad IM en m o|'srat ion in the Unile I l sr ite* tor a i inini nth ol Jult la-t, the re-ervetl lead miuesartdioi.tignHisUnd ot hour
p-iui -milt
S at tier dat of the rcciiri.sre ot the eil.'etir ol tiwwr -ir to that the/c/iVrand n'rea.rIr of the \.r '-a I ts.r w
!i t Mud rr:i n.-u! ) itvi ( .-'. is* int surplus: of li.nr millions of itch ll irs The -horter period, anii.! (H-rnicions Hetfs xvt-re j jiHif > ire the t (lllin-iisaud .\.rkcanj -
t. C\ iiwl aftsrwarsn! f il!! ct-niir- up "med .res.isgjjc,4z-
\ .ngrs. s a." of t'irf : ni:i ll.e istzijsij.ir .ti-.i .ti r. ,J, ht J.i, LM.IIn loan |trnMi, si, it i> i-.! i-ii. iled, will !fee s.stti.ierii: toaid therefore clt'ar'v |, and Territories rf Wisconsin and low,** stare acuts-r lpeWec. All nell nets !ts.> rnnin
tsy tli& race.pt| of the diRjwtcb our conan in this known of tlie-e ellect to induce aiitturi/eJ. to be ld!, The its confineii that tnrlher t.rbeartnsto efrmat.d m'r' f ar
I tin 2f,'!ti ol !I'eL'wrt I I-OJ) s-.c.r sIa-'e-.erb t-twt.titttire.s. le-ith h.'r iba- tsar ver, was repeal s > act in it* a es
,
a .: cat) Mtutco. rrh lln a. coniwtiMnjr| doc :UK r of tao t.ii.'iiuns of t] ilhr *i., iiia uu e, and aj.j.rop-i placed! i i al in for all o. h.r ptir-e-si-4.( un to thirtieth June, )|htt'e-stilfls to lead mine;* and t'ontigu< us bites!.." grie'arsct'e acairi-t Mt-\ico. had ceai i r !h' a r
I wLirh nr hen with! tratiMintu-d Ue,ide,. it *ara- the dixpoi- ol tit i'rc uleut h I-Is 1 and an 'itnnii-;.1 .st! tins loan, not ctcecdinr! \xonld! lx strange it, its the lace ol lie 'xatnpleof _\ large | >rti >nol tiie public mds containing cop that
; its s.'trt! well farther dt-!aw onld h biTi *' ris'lehter
Le the id ve r -
i cwieMutriiC -
to t scre nunu.s
5 MNiie fcUjUMJMtiat iuu !kn are It weiist it that tm.e one-hal!. mat b. rt--|u-rid: during tlie ptesent tisc.ilvear Great Crilain, uiir principal toreizn cn-t. rit-r, per and other ores, irej r -senttnl! to be t trt ilua--
: ( $ to Mexico of a war with ti.<- 1'nitex! !M ..ISad a > <- l.ilis..iti. in coiit.-iriji .iti HI to and ties greater ,part of the lematMlrr during ami of I the evils nt a sv-tem rendered liiaoiU in I l>le. and I rtv imint-nd hat |.rOti-5iiflbe made author- iwnlhutmuv.! (n hort. the "Itt> s-- : r >tc;
Iron. iniK.e
juir and it intended
; that n would be Lt> interest to fator ptace. tn Ite ajipheJ teas the h ill 4>f the tl-t'-al! tear Mn I'4t dinI. that country bt long and painful expctit-n 'e. and in ii,4z the cues ot lie-st lam's! upon such ttrnisarul *> with Mexico is r. ididN f4ttd ..irtC i *> i'throughout. -"
cat5 .art of I hscu'i..ileri ion
tvh.tliu
It Wa. uo a s!it !I.e paid i'r tl.it ts-ri-itsery I Iii the tliut. ..mlof illicit m- emat uro- a as. mat in the Thtt portion rel ttnr: ii V'' fr. '
: rotikitkia'ijti' tlut it w.m d tni<'d expcditut tio<. tcil I 11 Iieu.n- per n-asiiri-s taken to i iKi t the loan; ,cer .' <-h ;portiotol mon IIMral! cumtnen ial Pullet ware alreadv d.rix .- jthlgtiti of (',,ntiress. be c2''rn.-ct adt isable, having I
>t>truct hu ntum to Mi xtco. nhould he attempt to I.-J. uitli 4g.! thf Hi-m. J.UUI tas n. like tiueris'rap'r..pri it 4-1 snot !Ii. resIIl.r.iI. it is isnni.ort.nl that tin* antli enc and! imi-t i".stt unite to derive, bv snpdvin| <; lierstarting dite regard to the intrre-'t-i if sac h sf our citizens cia l"4', rau-t a* i' d'es meet with a Lrt\ ro-, "*

. Our objoct wt. thc r> .1 oration of I.cac antI I'li.riiJi-i; | from s aiexv to the j.-jn-J.tM- ci the! ,->uU ol Coii r. ss to laake it IM- .ct ins at an earlvpi population with head, the I I'nitid statessliould mat IM local.-ei UIMSI the'IB.it from Le IVtnocric\ of f Icrtda.U'e .
'I 1h.
with tuat %K'W, no reaiioti wsj |*rc< i cd why wtfcliould t. twitjitte. iin e aj.j.ro; ni'i'jii* x\4 rem.iile >riod of xmir rcnnt i s-mu it is sti! csted thaI restore a poll, x xv hu-b ib.' b is Leers cot.ipcl1-! will 'ie imjxirt; .nit. during tour pre'.>iit session, may in j future nomrVr Bwke 5tt uncta

.. tate part with I liarcatca( an>i a>l I.nn, ltmein at.thee!' i I'riMJtntto iie!iM.itiouh, aril! the a* a meant, loeu- I lie loan -lioiild be t i.trac'tesl lor a pi-nod t.t tvvelitvx.ai s'd) to aSandoii. and t let,- iluinni-li lair abilltv I 5 pnrch j to establish! a terntunii government anil to e-xtend trom thiironcln4iveathi rate manlo!, '- ----'-- '-'- J
S *f our bluck-idc. in i- -, vxilli aii'ii'.ntx I'i (,or !luflu- -tork and l piv .! ..' tn-r.i us the hoed arid othi articl. xvhn h she tl.ejuriMli.tii.il and lasts>l the Tinted Mates i".tf
.. : toM< xico. flu the < .ii'nrx it wa twlictaJ In..t 'U jns-bc heir ; in I'rc view id.HJt. ftcsi'19h! it d .1 n..t lut niuresan it ui1, at earlier *>i ri.Ml. al its m irkft Xalui out '4 so tnni-b ne. d-. and! we v> mm-h il.'sirito sill the t. rnt iv ol Ong >u their ia\- r.-gnltting trade order hit the people may have the aifin re.' 3

I i.teatincdtssotia wbh h oninurv, na acjlv co il I noLut tur tee i.'se tb. r -ij'propriutiou. j.t 4 a iis.. fulls t'.hiiii mix at aiix tune lu in the tr.-:i-u- B_, thei milt' .I'ut.us a!>;tnd.nr.ienl ol th.-pntex- ai>d intt'rt- urst' with the Iniiian trilies ta-tol the to tcme action cut the Natwnal Exrcnuve si a ot's
of : ;
ate. iiitlit
T'I.II.'H bixi
S amicipatr a. thc tmit ol Xinta Anna'* r< tiiriitMcxicu < -iriirn in ts hic'l it U..ul< ix andicaMt., hat iiiijio-t- \tttr the establish ice polirt t bt l;n>al liritain, -i id! ( he I nited siatts.in It>ckt2on:ilallis, li..uld extendtd to the- PacitteOi'.e. hi"llVe anait the report ssl tht Nr >r rs r tTr

C : and liia eoutes' with I'ano. *. rnsI L' t.t.t-: hate INdi.'hh !.:ipft tit fur linn us i.i *.), ai-I I t'ie lilt-Ill ol Oeiif Witli I M.-VI--.1. It It siliMrsd; | bet a 'xv and nnM>rtant nurktls have alrtailv l la-i-us sept--- .., tnd. lot t>. ;pttrpi>s s' oi f\t-n.ln.g Iliem, aidpnstrvitig f "W'thee '
.i.xii | a< u; to conftaifideveiojitnent- c.
r. Iv teiid to ,produce a dicpOMtHn win;h botta aj.s 10rcviore ni
: I air1 (,r.sdric ] acc with the I'iitsd >ut. its if*, il I tint the tcws.ucses; u!M ttJnl! at jour latt M-ars, as this? for wrli.i !'i the projH-st-d I'WI acid tux 14 it ion le'rrr.'u', c-sI a next iin;>Uis<.- I .(x>rand xttllim si'r I limits, an additional nurnbei ot I 0.11,50.sgtit'ii iiiiftstutHz* of MrVeb>t r. nh<> i f *

':t ;: Paredwa <>ldNrl>y 1rs41ois.t.ataj a tnoue.areitat Ke-4i.i tft wilt Iht- 'licr.| .tatj.4i ofa sh'l its ijoni- niav IK contracted, in ;preler*. toaslnHttr |fri *i iI trade hive lut-n rrlejsed (rotn I h.eart stri-cI will be ri'<|Uiiel, and should be author..dbv srtne time since. to tioM-te thee .suI .ft is t sM

a. l.y | riniq.Ic. He had but nctntU! trforo Is. ti ace tics in |Isoth beis.psc ot I'.ilO.noc I I..hs-.l|, i>i 4ii-r. sti.t.'st.'tl. l's'.e'5-4.' all 4te'flElirE, bolli at lioine Irjinmi-ls wlin-li Inve s.o Innj: itt Icr-,1 them ami! to haw The e-staSlishrneitt it etiaitshottsiand; '*ernnienf. U'e kavirthat the >:.-.t'rI: i !!!-i'
: rsfsal in a iu.Iitar te olutioti. bv wlmh he li.<ni>-. i hut,| uiakiii ui :ytiroprj4tionoltno; mi! arid aSro.-.1. lias io.vn that I .s .u an.I.fffd; u;ion a i reit extent, cipri.itx% in catlasecre s.f ci-m- of p .s7 ol.ies! and pl mails, aid proti-i,>n tar the
| of'ln I ri.rbutc < ll-Mm of d .!! I-N p.i>M>.I. eli, ? li.-c. ami il m mui !i re- tnui'h Irf'tii I. rm* utoi; lo'15 title, hen \\ lien llit-\ misfit i.s, Ins been inlr.Kliiced! at I hue santo time btl Ira.i-;) .rial ion e>f tlie- Mail on such h route as llu public zecitltm will vary wnL'U fri-in lh j.c"

.. with whu-ti L< l ha-l) uuoltcd! a country 1:1 the ntteJ I tint U did scot h.'rs.maa lax iii. n-a-MIH reim'.tiiisatt'i! af sh irt d.ites. l ls..t ii countries, and. trreatlv lor the tit'ieitlt n.1| both,- c'snvs'nit-r.s-e tt eli snggit.1' r ,u.re l.'giijtixc autliontv U'e azam e rn ->tiy invite the ptstspe| t' >"3 fui'.*

.5 cn'Jii war Saiita Anna Lad let tn eu..1rI!! (ruin ttlcali! ni'liK r.J mi 11 rt c .masi. IH| the ieeancre at tli itUrnr \iiurx .a iin m--asure n to s'14t t un the Imiioranl Iroat Hi it bin has been t. resI l, b\ the pit.--nre I nr- II test! be t ri i>er, al-o. to ,tabli-ii a surtevcr read the mc--a2e, and we pntlirt j heirf am'Prctl

e. iw.vifr litf the an n.iao known to be in oas tioxtility .-i11| rM, ; Iisl| j ?_, ,,? hjmlt the.| ran'j.et) 1r lh.: int t -si- '.! tbe (nii-itr%.i-nta.csI inatoreign( cnm-tani at lucite, to abandon a point' whirls lias iron,'rals oifice itt that lerritort and nak theicefsjrv from lh.nVe aro are that if Mr T.-U nly! cia"

to I'1'aredr and pwbln! 1lM aiizat lairs 5911S I.ly fo-.ir:wt.c.ill.ratio{ ;;, ai.f| i sti'g's.t; the ii.j.stca.is-e. asfe ,r- war, H i< nof tliWiMd but heat Congress will lsruuil.tV { been upheld for aze.--, and to open lier tnuiketslortmr Ire' i-i.si! her .nrvt-ving ties public lands, tinues lit the path he has. ra rkrd ."'uf. 'ctiVsICC n '5
'ni uiun It SMIUj|
-'? interit-niMni aiiI I the restoration of monarchy in 3to ( the.-.pj 'oj>riili ion |x> illede, atirhoii7e itllie immense Mirplus ot lers'ad.tutfacid it isionfidentlt and bringing tliern into mirktt_ A* .nr citi/ens.
a In tic* of then f.cts and circuriMancrs it wa.. ami 1 I.-- -1,4 utv.lt.I. a will rimain ill tin treisurj bii.i.e! : ire the Trtasiirx on the l 4 of July litliexi.il hit nlhi r Iots era ol I'.uropexill ultunitelv 55 leo Its-v re-ide in I lliit diitant region, liivebtt-n sub- will! sn up te' bun f rem hi* ( ,n-.tir *M"ir

:' that, wh.n cr ansi faithful -emnfMR -

our natal l f.MTt in thE <;>il.! tin the thirteenth dav ofJ" .par it will be at-c..nuteI lor a. other publ.c expenIniiiif.ii nii cotisijcrable! etpeslut'sts'-a| lud) !jti n midelortlicx hy the piuptri-m arid -ntftrin of the roxvde
; : May !U-t. tlirdat on which the exit-tenet of tin, war :tt rs- \ ir d irnu the inonrli- .4| :Max .nsl| Juno prem t.i pur-ne a similar policxur tuba-iced the value s.h I thepubl-c lands in the neucmhu. fl'sa'cera-rcic.touu.es
,. uaa recognit-e-d by ("oiijrrt **, to nJaet the' coa-ts of .itry! K ii-r < ..sr.real l h ul rn-o/m.--d lie! exi I I-ul r -r I llu' star tinxvh.li! pnMic st.- st could! acid >, tirne--r-e are more dec-pit intirostnl! mtinlamin bt>rli<,. d ot their selllemt nts, it is recomrnciiJe-d that wir Rs'1srcsentJti.
i ui-tii.rc ..I the war wild! Mi 1 xic, mx atti- would! hale bi-en i.i..ei'Iis-.l wilhin short the and! lib' ral Milict ha been detained b\ the illness hiS I ijse' ""J-
*\3 Mexico uin.tr t4ockafr. tic wan directed no' to site. ntmu w is di- i-s. a |p.r. pist ( .1 lIce eaitiueg .Inrjl h gr.tuts be inadt to tin mot such portions s-h I
,- ? struct tin saac4ge of bau'a Anna to Mexico, ..hid; rccl'dt.tl.e! dulijcr t teat |> .itci a imglit Ire fitte.0 ru-I I. and it wa< a purl oi inv x-til.sl |selia'v!I loilo-.., laxv tlun aux, other class ot our i-i un-h-s. '1'hex constitute these hated as they mat >K < ut>v. and that simitar other unavoidable ciigactacets: : Ntt tc-Jaj t.'r Win

Je atttmjt to re turn out in the ;pc rts 'it| < usa' anil i'orto ICi.-.i to pret upon rued I linn nluvi I Hie people Irom itsburdtn, asciI! a large mijoritt of our population and! it is grants or rights ff pn'- tnpti.>n IM Snide lo all who ton.GCJ .

5... A revolution took place in Mi xico in tLe c rU part tJit ce.lter.-r of the I tilted Mates and! 1 invited plare the g.overntzi.'tt irs a (Motion .5 Icicle would! en- s.4h) kn.mn that xthen tlnv l'rI'-r.| all niln-r pur mav emigrate thither within a tiuu'e-d perus.Ito beprei
i' the s.-riai| at enti-in ul ll.r Spim-li ti;eti'rii.eitto cetee.' i it In rt'd'iitil.. puice! \| .-inlitiir s I lo tluf t-f-o- suitprosper I I al-n 1'hev have lierttol. not nnlvr.i ribed bv law. corresioni.it
; of Augu t follow! :, lit which the | >\vrrof Parnjt : The I felts is of sail \% a4e'tagten
.. tx aa etve'rihrovtn, and lie has mice- been lunivh. d from the fourteenth artu Ie of our treaty with! i lint ,povvtre ii.etoieel.ian.I.crd xv 1m'h KUIO-I consistentMlli Ihr -en < d one of t the onnties or favors of goveriini'-nl The repoil I of tlio "stcielirt of \Vr coi.lams detailed will
>l the tttentjtiii! ot < M.ii.-r.! ..-n< ral wt-lUr.', an I th.* and! liuleMitne lint bt the l be found mlenMing.
: the countr> a-id! is n Ihe t itir. us an.I KUl> -t ol eitl.cr i$4 of our i ce-st hut i.ni-c, 1-s.. h'xebtn nude bv lee
V- $.nta Anna returncil It nmain tat Lea- Mn xvli! tier jf< : nition who hlulllike hurt lus-ti. of taxitmnxxhi.li the public se-re ice connected xtith that department.
;. s. sits return mat not vet prate to If favoraMi! in a JMcftc ..III-M.IIIK or letter ol nur.|iie to art is pivati ,\tnon; our |lust causes of complaint; aiin-t: :Mcico ii impixitHi, to contribute to t the bountusxvlncti Tht operations of the army have In-en e>f a satisl.ic- Hear Crass.
tbe i.'itr.tultici.! In er.ij; :m.fct the other, klii'l Lr puiu.sliod as; pirati sri-ui4 out if Inr rdiisal! to treat lur pi-ice, asXM have enriched ot leers. tort and! luglilt gratilxing therm her. 5
taS ailjiiktni'nt of etiMin it iiijjinanife -sli I II I titer.- as Mtm. the xvar .,, ir |iustly) ceruiir.en'ss.h| When a foreign as xvi-II as a home-marki is opened I oinmtnd I toy our early! and favi-ra'decjnsul! \Ve int ite attention to an inters-tung cerresP

( : i>tly hi interet.1 n.>' to jit-rjutt I'areden re in tht pr !-ccutionofa aiTor.ls me p!. a sure to infirm ) ou tint I hive (Sri her |part. are the extraordinary e\Knditurcs; inwlin to them, they must receive, as thet! are mm ieceivin datum the iiuj>uris propustd by the Secrttarttif- deree on the culture of this article, to be fin"41 l

xvarcomrncnc.il >y loaccoinjiliha rcceive.1 jk.urenii-< t1orti the Sj.inuli (;., e'rjciess.t I h we lux IKHMI insolveil. Jiiti'tlo our imn n-rea-id prices for their product Tint War for s;uidilt- filling u;> the rank sad tile of tie another column c-ftse-tta'* Their tiliowif Z *
of i'cxisto paper
i.; a purjio-e ao J'Mird as the r<: Csfle.ltiCltt) list tills. articit' ol the treaty tdiill Iw f.sithifuly< i.lim i iseiIe| | xvill nuke il pro'w-r I list Mt-xito should be xtill find! a readier sale, and at b fltr pri-e.s. f.r regular ;etrey, for itsgreittr eflicienct the field ti1011
in
the .Silinie.. Had I'arci'c' remained in isowr. it I* the letter ta theeditt of thi* T. tK $
r%eat on its p>rt. ( )rI-rs l..r t'lin' purpose wirei.nmediately h.hl responsible tier tin-*.' expenditures.l 'heir wheat, flour, rice, Indian corn, beef, pork, lard I and! lor rauing an additional force to" serve during paf *
.k' morally certain that 1o;) pacific adjun'mcn'i would hate IraiiMintte.1 from tint jjoxe-rnirii. nt to the l>- in tin* public! expenditures i t is at all times i butter, cheese, and other articles, which they pro- tin war with Mexico, Mr Mx LULL m his letter to Cot CALL! thir 2s-

** \ been hujit lt s. authorities) of CnSt and Port Sliest to ex. rt their ut- i high li duty which all public tuni- lioiunes of I the (hi'-e The home-mark alone is inadequate to emIe K-: -,, is like I It tee ari-e for xtant of a legal Notnnber.
,I./ Ujiori the coninicnccinent eif hostilities bv Mexico! C.j' miner,! owe to llie people This become > them to dispose of the
duty of
iiKNt tici'ance in pievrnlin; any attempt to lit out immense surplus fiHvilvid f'r'siii..i.Cit authoruing hut- coneis'n-sltis.n tube made V\Mii-vr.To-v. \ovJ "I"*
-jtf* M ainvt the Tutted; ttitca, the md! jrnant .|.int of thet privateers in llioxe Islands ;iun t llie I nin-d state*. the' more itiii'ratiVsiii :pcrntl of xvar, xvhtn lare other articie* which they are capable of prmln- to the agents emplotrd n tie ,set ral s>ateand Ter- S. S. S'IBI.FY, Tultn aiirf :

: nation waa at once aruuced. Congress promptly! rtx- Prone the gs.at fettle of >pnn I am fully nati-.fi. lint irid! i'\lraoilin.irj expi-ndiluiebbi-ccine unaxoidable! ring, even at the most reduced, prices, for the miniftst runt to pay I llie revuIutionaM and other Ie-sisner* Dear Mr :-In a f.'rmer rommnnie'atit-n I to"* '-,- .

4 jtonded to the expectation* of the country, ami by the this Ireity will be exec -ted in i'a spirit a* well a* its Iorjiee! the existence of the war \xith Mexico, all reason that they cannot lie eonxntntd in the t hit' amounts a I low e-d h hem hb 'law. Your attentions I.lik-rtv to draw vour attention to I the cult *J'l0ls"'

( 4 '; art of the tinrteiiithof lay l l..t t. recogiiisf.1 the fact etttr wla ft i hisI I nitid i vlifr* will on i heir pirt. our n < iurre* t-hnuld be huslundej! and no approitipri4tions country The United Slate can, from their itnnenenrplus invited to t reconimendatior taco. of t Ihe ?ecretar ot the Hear Grass plj >t fir the nrpe-e i-f e,1'r | fhemp
a t v ibat) war exi,tetl, l lsy the act of Mexico, !betA< eu the faithfully pi rloria alitlicoliliation! wli clnt! < iiiddo except htich as are alnol itely nesirv snpplt riot only I Ihe home tlemiml.! bnl I the War on tins subject Tliese agents incur lieaxt responsiliilitus '- Irom it* (ibre*. llatmz rrs'isrsth 'iii4'i'd1t' "'*'

( IJnite
*. i, ltan nccc .ary fonts rorsnis proM-ciitiou. thing sq !liaa hren rei-enlly rr-cpited at tin Iepvtme ) iiiiflis?ration of I the R. I-rntnent. Object of a-ijiro- That the reduced production of nomr i.f the elm I e a jets xvhv t tliev shouTs! net lie pl.tced! on tl f't> on and others. I sent them to inawif#.n-turer* It
*4 i-irolyc-tl in a war titus commenced by Mexico. aria! nt of Male lliil ties Mexicin vennicnt ins >riation winch in peace mav 1 h's' iliemcd usolul! orin.pir articles of f.'sal! in (Jreat Piitain, and! other ports <.f nine Amnii! ;, as toi-urnpensation, with ether tliburs.ng heavv nnjwrters ci Slush and Mailli Irei i itt *'*'

S for theju :iceofvtlii( >i on oir |nrt we may coi IK!, tit- ent to I llavint blink co.tiinismoiii; tn priv.-itecrs and j but islets are not indisprnaaMe for the psui. Europe, mav hare confril>utei| to incre.'cethe ilemnd oticers tx>n. .Next York and rhiladflpKh.! wf" liJ'f'Tni.ur

jtai ts tL. at.T& nw". taarrche4 tat pri le.utrrt t'kk rcflji ata t nalurirsttsen.! .igii'sI 1v ( ,'n. sic service. may, when the country ia enijatjed in a for o'trhrs'alsttuftan( provisions, is notdonhtrd Our relations with the various Initiate tribes ronintie >ceel them (tha suirrihe's) etml, to the bestJ>Lj'!
(orri jn war he vejl jv>.tpoae-1 to (J future periwj.- \ ; but that the reit and efficient caui cf this tn- to be of is pacific character The unhappy di-1 and bordering upon the qualities of Manilla ,

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1 tttse( extract* I hive lit rctolIT 1CT% arthJ, I and lather dull to tlio ; who
pitfereatinptotalkirp
| will embark upon this matter with a general far more beneficial than other Notice.
ot thepri es any product of Lroii Cnni'lt Ma *
HIS quotation and ratlxr unlnelj to tlto.. who < r IF Sali-w.
londer 'it f dancins
Flrri.i: ; ,'aui i Iir sisai. Hn i: r WT tot. .'.MM' iup e an disposition to cultivate it exten ively. my anticipation our State. ALL persons havmgdtmands aoinst the estate of

irr. paid f MManilla.. S-.fi; per Ion. .''JO Ib) than walk in;; aluut, s'jiiJu.e up and pitlnu will hi realized in seeing weilth I tender to jnti my sincere thanks for the Graham late of Leon Countr, deceas, NaIe Dai,-I/ .l/i>: r//i' in Jaiuary 1 .17.B .

b.he d- da do H $into iI.SIWI l IOI*. at the White you iin-ersicneit! duly authenticated within the hattie
> Home.
You the fa li- south
can 'eec also. the visit I Florida
.
as in time stnndmcr
country for the laudable of aiding bv law : irtne, < l a writ el 1 liens f.ru, m"et d t rum the
;mnuid '"e farmers of Florid* !tie induce to raictbeirtifle purpose prewnSed or this notice w ill be plead in bar ;
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and it pnwes eu3I l to thecmplv suit lon manners arid v.ajstf all sort'! of People, [rem independent of the foreign article and exportation in the introduction of this new staple calculated of their recovery. I h rk's other! if the Circu Cement let the rouuv -

t the ab we manufacturer and importers. a nurkrtnt the Trench Courtier to the Yankee, Citj dandor made to Europe. to contribute so eminently the adv-antngeof J. P. JOHNSON Adm'r. <.f | ,,n, Middle Cirmit ..f I lh'tvda. ci herein .

I, 1 ?:te open fort he\LEnt thearticlef.,r C \sj|. the U extern country hacwwootNnian. The oflice Lwc- Whin I commenced the operations of the our whole Hut I December 12, I lstl. 21 i MIV. MIM d re X MnntN.id's Exmilnr: .. Xc. air t lamtifi*. .
country. ann J. hn
apprehensive J Shnlir
is del-ixJtn I have IrT ted
or'e slid at a I'Kiri: far EXCEEDING any other CHOI1r C 3r% are naturalU howler the |H lite-t of tliun all ( Iovernm,'ti' in I lvl". in the Western plant. I lliat. in the present infant state of the cnltiva. .TI. flAIITI.VCommission and will coeor| ale, hif.rethe, Cetirt Il npt-n u**,

&,'rtl in rinruli Your Repri cntaiive las not l ar.iP ,natmr-d the of the James K lion of the shoot. in th,. f
The eMitlmen whom) hace ent the penmen* ; jet aiTMc< Secretary Navy, Hear (?ra's. voii 0iild not be compensated and Forwarding 3Irrrhant, citj ILhao MoiJaT, the 41 h
hifriends here fear lie isdetaiued billne I'a'ilditifr. that less than five the foreign for mi,r CettsutI.jnt tnral Uur Ftc ttow-
to ve men 1 'itzh tam"mj;: and i cn.Mtal and vbo cr s.onie in \ears the fatigue and expenses of such 101 I IVvdras stre.'t, sr.. lJ'a'fi5 (I |tt > rtv.to wit .
total tl.nt he ca.euaht. article would be excluded from the | :
reai'v anv qmntitv rnav prc-ducwl coun- a journey.In
Ora' Rnxt
? NflV-oRLtNs: LA.BI"HNV W ,.n four a-tf, of G aIf.ur
\ ,.t1 'viII. ihei.toft. |. r eivi- th.it tbr! tultivation (ii! Io* ra comes 1.K mine t Ion; in a few dlience lrThe re Milt was (although unfortunate answer to vniir enqtiirv. I cannot also fe-or L'Jfidrd er.
say ;. M'LL'NG. RFCF1XING.: : ( AND F OR. tat.e4'ol Cornaa.erp erI..eiicd
notaOiiMEiix I I I orV I I LI> SPECULATION"
,ht' irtici.b'lt a i*in rket and g ntd price arC n m open tothou to swell the Democratic majority in the *vnj eJixlje .- ly for me.) 1 had every dilfinilty thrown in what .amount of Hemp I cant have collected attrnde.1 to with prociptmsi.R I

who tna rntnge in tlie cu lm 1 ion of tint) huller, the new Senator for S C.. i* exjHrcti-d my way, ill con rq'ienre of the absence ofMr within a given time. The quintii), however, R TO an I to L.esuJ open! a. tic pro- efls Cf said &4tala..t,

akei the Piuldin from the lepartmcnt-not- will! be small unless JNO \VRI.TLE, LlTHVMtl BVRKT. to satisfy aid writ cf tw-rt f cns. ,
' riant' I df'tn if unnee* arv to ontt r into a atttiral *- loarlja* are Texas Senator Sour ofI.'r to purchase A. A.
ar-wtl of the arrnxilt nt Rear Gra which The \\ithsftnding thi*. I had excluded' the f>rei"n should induce others A. I. STWICW. S s. *-ici.tDireniber \ IS-HFR. sfcnti.
intrijTie* for the next Pre idenc% hate u -encrtCimenced to aid me in the utidert.i- IWt raher ?, is-lfi Itv K Sev'caeaI.g. .
H. raised in Flnnd. haiinz ,tti.l'. load.jttitenifnt .- !j-f.! > 21* ._ __ ;
<-f.nl i prt hhot'.i parties The tncndi of all ate article m four years, ant I larte exportation: king. Hut, if vou will do me tie! fivor to designate

h *' e eUr ot the.<-t.*U rH| n rrtai'ks i t em4iII to .have hut tawK OUT aiteii-*tidilv -anzuine or aflec' to be ii". McLean u President. were tmde! to Europe I quote this circumstance some commercial home or factor* in I'liriiilnr- Salr.FIN'E R\ virfrv nfkwrttiif ftVn facias. i,*nrd m M '

Inn tullv drawn to the iPvporUnoe ui f the wibject. and Msns m a.' Vice Pre idcnt clock, is the li.leestin to convince you that all tt wants i is \ew York or Hoston. I will sh'p to it. subject 1 I 1 DimnnTabl-) M. ho
lef and darinz no Other (nntive in vi< m but that of pro- the w his market hj a larceper cent The I) >rnocratic fwri'v and ,err.o ,'erv ore, with a ibtrrmtnrd lo jour order such amount as ( mav be able I (nrl Mipb l nltitd applv toT ( I hark- rntiHi Merest w ( laHitiT, and ( hark-- C. i

m.,crtibtris l |te. 2', j. R. FORTI XE. M-.it s :u'niii.irtralor! are ik titidants. I have tex neil

}- I rd tm-tlie loltj and untainihed C.u.teor-aiid which may present thenm-lve which i* reasonable Hemp VTill be made Irom plants now growing; 'ipcn mend w ill .'xje-e'f.ir| s le. tnrlore rnurt.h.ssse .
am, sir, verb rt-Tfetfullv, QL'l\C'm I ii.T, in tinrt% ?( Pali mh.pm.a,. f n :Mondtv thus 4th
will have
to to encounter in the woods in their
we
ietMU the ( expect uncultivated
of Prondrnce
Your ul tli4 to state. It
trt w nr nt. on star a good cau-p its' 1 Janturt. within hore the ,
1 t II
legal
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11ig I) \iVII) .MYCRLH. fear not the is we. Xerer were his pro.pect filter And in the event of overcoming them the m-tv. hoi ever, !,.. regmled as a fair sample, MALU .iNI) I'EMALC ACt DIYIY.rI d. -< ribid priep.-rts| to wit : rniitg .

or brighter than at the present if his (friend u>e clouds of adver ry will pas* away and the for; I d! -lot believe that the length in texture 1IIE f this l..t. \osi.y xM.. s'i. s s7 ani v i. hmrin )
it I Ins'itntion will l
i \ rcis beruone '
From our Wafchlncton Correspondent.Tke.Wrrttng their u:itttd eCiTtJ. Will those in Florida remain sunshine of prosperity will! smile upon our of the fi'irt' can be much improved bv cultivation. on tiit' nr-i M. ..n.lav in .laii'iarv Tin rhola* c I ni'j; in the north Uiitmn,, nt the ntv "f T41a-
WAH1ITI E'C&illbet S labors the exclusion of th} article b..s-ee. te'gthcr with the affurtfoaACt tl mteasl'
to (
( foreign .
idlt' V. \CAlluOTi .c ear m die et. il intf tw > *,io'i*. of! IIM rtontb* iji< h.tbe h'elnneiniar.

*f Can err**-TTti .l> ?r< and exportation* made to Europe I have tie honor to be, str. nd 4 tnnr..cins in time first \\ ndjv in Jim l.rcieeh ;
upon as thcpvop.tfs cf .Md di ft ml MM, !
fan 1I1l-Ftfla4erP--Vi( Tartf. 4r &rC. WAMIIXCTON, Docember 12, 3'i41.( There are men. more or |loss, in nil so ic- Very reept'ctfttihyour' ;, The thirst Ftr.ab of Mr D. ;iar tint-lit will euiitamit undi lie and tot.ec.,4d taaati.uty| said writ oh l heel tam-as .

.nere.s on* %r ttrda>. and both b.i'**-* were Information ot itaportanre and \>hich map U relud ties ready to express their disapprobation to Mr. D\n MiVwr.: U. K. C' tII.M -u'mt'reaf't! | t.FtR4.toN..at tar and ha who,dttriiiz is a ino-t tbcpisf e\-Ilei.t v.ir.vvtllsii ?. A A. FISHER, s.iit4: C

h rrt-'tv lull The uvoal foriiMi rder wri- irnde.- tipon.| ban been rectied in tin cm contame l lin the introduction of any new thing, ns being I ,tJiiiidtliehubrecouiniendati us with I! wlm bsh" Iecemba.S. tlt,. 2Jvirtiit > .

1 1 he rotnnnMef apMiintfd{ t t'nitu'rtd the Institution Able and < Ifiru nts- 4\' .1 aj writ let (mere tsci,. i-tid fct.Bi the- e

iT t.' wait un tin Prt 'ident. reported that the Measaze from a pent It-man of atanditic and reput.it ion. the dog in the manger. th -y will neither eat On the p 'ninLrof the 1'tli n-t !1" this Rv.; U'nP istanl. .,l.vtrv cc ill l>eetnplovedin tIe;- aeveral lt'partn.er.ls.it. I ('lerks t Dice i.l the I trrwit C..urt tot Ibr r,*tn- i

woUk 1 itr iteltrered tcda, that coming%erj likely helene now General llerrera lu> the hay or ht the ox cat it what they fail laiu.t.! )r .1'I IJ HL C\LL to Mi-* M \RTll.\ vvortt.v t xertion of patn will>bi na. made e. An to rend fU.-nivi r the Pbilosipbical InsfiItjJion -- It if I Vrhlimniia>. n. Middle t precut of r tr>rn'.i, wt rrm Jw- 4 S

The M rraJ I ritnld from to do b> holding back their upport and as- \\T l.m'N(, .11 ci l TjIlihaMt.In .. 4. ph is pisiretaffanel Uilhamf.runr w deft 1. C
f sge IK umv bring not Seen chosen l'reieident of Mexico bj the C jnsr. as Chemicd.stroiuirairal: ard Mdlben.atn al i.ilaui. I have I. vied and will f
upon xptx* r*ale. :
Hi* plare in the refHHter% caller vt the Senate sitance, by taking hold of the matter themselves :\i] |>arilns, including Piitnp, Galvanic! ?- U :
the
C which met last neck, and that they will so far :\<* to denounce it terv Elertricil Machine! Commxind 151. w-I'ii'c. MiHtd.iv .
which mwerable lb.4(1,
i< a place to hear 'ros..atbwr een go st-e.on ( dav Jinoarv nrxl within '
adherent ha\e o. en oxerthiown It u also sid liciti. E. J. III. xfKxHKAR: .i I Lmrotis ('aunt' T.j Ilirometer. Surveytir's i.c Si- .
as If such the nipjss I legal ii4>ur the folli' tie rib -d
the "f Mr Dtrken htimlmggery were eace in vKiuit peptth. to
i!- purport troTh reading the Se.
( that (>en Santa Anna had ten une\K-tedlj| left San to Mitt M \RV JANC PITTM A.V.chnshrer of t.lt toji-ther vv ,itli a writ! si l< ctrd Librarv and an exit r.- wit : I I ,

(-rt.Y.gr' though far road* Well-Inrt I hate a printed Luisde Potoki. and tao\ed upon \uunith the this enterpnze. it would not require a very t r- J 1'ittman; of Jackson County, l'la.Printer'a sivc eiI'tinn ol Minerals fir illustration in Ge .I- One Negro Woman named Hack 1, aged about 4O S

t".a winch I end \<>u under the frank vt one of trf iimplitt, or a great deal of labor or trouble IK\, Chemistry and Mint-ial >rd Ihi- *tnd. i.t e
'raittal l portion ot hw ca\alr> for the purp \ tir V-iMtor*. to loffute 'hem, and) put down, by turn -.up 'nor advantage*, and render the study ot s iinreailiaurr. I.etiie1 upon a* the proprtv r| mMf defendant amif C
|>rot -cttns hi* interest", now in |terii tin re. At tot .
d ]t> ((.mutton of the tnfliccAt the war with Mex- ing public opUOfl:! against them as false prophet ; j l tie' M>1J tositlsfv said writ 'ii! torn iacice .1
< llerrera. be bt detid .\ hoarding Hotie dt nt-d f .
eu. is known to < dlj in tjinr j jol si esiicidt r vi 11114 \ .\ FIsUFB.Dy SISerif i I.
i' ma-terit It will close the mouthfol the immediath making a jular<'d u.id r the i immre fli'c.nla'r',1'll' .1 W. SHERWOOD. D. S. 'Le'

-er and cntmbkmoti that mbject Ibot! eten I shall conclude this subject by expressing the I'moti Rank <.f Ilcrids I will hf held at lh oi Mrs i Zcrc.rumaite. H ard, inrlndtn? wi State, and it be be elected be Kill andotabtedlj
r.U7 >n of the mtrd States will! read it care.tn o.eit again my: sincere desire tha' time planters of lUi.lniS IIour. in Ihf tilvol Taliatasn-e. tin Mtmdav. L'tLaiaig, -I" per month Hoard. b 'fi for ml,'s cared I B\ irtne of a vrrit of fieri tact iseea'dlt.. 'C' j

It Mill elevate the char of titetouum lothiti (art. t time So:ith mabe made sensible of the importance first of tttrum.tr| \ next her ih< election of Diri-r- female, may, also procured; at the *am> rtu. inrv ciries.eeolther-ejneiufl'forthets! sI
*NT There ha been also Mexican named Mt7a thi tilt ..r.il of the t It l.oie. Meitle circuit her L, .
a in i tOts -I ciisiniifeir nu te.i.t-ctidle; t mniitin t..w riQIIIIKV I : n! r whorm Kirtiw!

a'., nd citj ie idinj: with Mr Tn-4 for tmrae dss, with I Inhombedailj of this object as to their interest, and 1IV. L. !:KITCKR! Cashier.D'u'ensteer i* i>roverbully beallbv Feet I tnrlht r |tirt. L. and Genre K. tker, art -laittiic. ssl :

V !It m1 1i he noticed that the ultimate rienie ol the iaatthe Stale Departloeiit. 11 i-j take hold of the stihject with a good will and ice, 1Sl. 22 aiIm nUr n-zifdins the rate ol tintio-i, rt jtil.itor.-. K'A.r .utrm.cuti. lie'jhhuold i* defendant. I have levied npcit 1

the pro 'cute it to that extent which maxdcccl- -- rtt.-ritice rnav l 1w bad to the prirtnl Cut.tin.tum- acid will rx['< *e foi sale before thee roort hrn-edvmr. :
Gernwnt ae to coii Mered ,'ro inre* ot MeM1,1 ,
here ou cottthlt ntul iiu iuen. with the 4 >ir>'d bv ..ipp'.ieeti'n in lie ciTv iii l Tall. at. not aiowrrd Th.<1 it i-. intended to retain is clo ilovteU b\ Mr N. I II I. S FLU \RT. J eliciTs within
kepi clj Trtt, b M .Hue Incomes i tie Prmtoijiat. next lepal hi ars. the hhlioleg dr- I.'t4
A1'.>-< aliforma there if DP doobt-that it ic intead.l here with leaJinc M.ic.iii'. .of the South, and in doing which there can H\5 ;Hist r> ri-i\ed lit viimltv jrrual lr m \ \ (..iuiii'v Di-cfinber '>. i 11'.. 'j rmed: proj-e'tv. t,> wit : : I '1

i. r<* rce M-iro to aLnawkde the Rio Grand proportionIron I be no doubt but what the\ will receive a full >.rk an.! Ni\\ Orleans. a Ursr, .- a<*>.rtment ruf| Lots of (land situated hint said ha-ice in tine city eel : ,

in Tampico, Monterej \ ictoria, MataRiora sad th- and more than ample reward for their labor TAVCYND STM'LL lllG'HIl)*,. Cni.tm ; EltttPl"S *'alr ol xalnIilc Ls.stl. | Tjlahssee! km.wn and distintvsiahed M kits \n #
KtHindan Texas alan
j. ;*r 4 no one doatitaix er porti as ol tin northern .ot Mico that in t>*rt fPI ,";",. .' '. '>-7 and
proxIIM and < nu S'afr.-.Sfurda// iJnif of January, 1 47. -> it.s, tt gt-thrr with M tie apa rt. ::1
tli- boundary wttt vrill prvbaMx tie fined cm at .>tnejtniit tbej be allowed to separate from lebtral and Siuthern rpnze .tin a-wl fegile- I>air.f., Fawv Silk Po-nu and t. naiK-es ibt rt unto belominzLev : ,
>
C I have the honor to be. ob't serv't an order from the Jnd .- t.l Probtte 11i1a154t
on the irecternorri ba-sk cit tbc Hi" ; &, Mexico and establish your Ltj tOm >rc do llandk.rehmmet.. Bvirtt.e'.t u il upoi a e thr property r f said defendant, aatilo h
an independent Ion. Saturdav fc
gtntrucacut | tints it on thee Jdd
DAVID MYEKIaSW Plan lo. ; P.rk and white *-ilUHn.f, bt sold to sati-lV said flit of dm foct :4
C running to the PaoinV oreon, M a, -'> include Alti under the protection ol the t nitcd v"ates Ombre Cthtnere, Canton Crape *sr rts, .ix if I J.utmtmarv ne\t, I will nil. r lor *tlt at auction.il A_ A I'NIlERerifIeccnmt'trnl..t' .jj

Ca1t.r.iz. liSt ay to asmevRg Tamaulipao. i hihujliu I tin}i -ifi.im' d I be late f e-o. Eli: l>. \V l.itakt r,
I'o.sif.k when the administration hate made up % ..HIM.TONov. ti, 110.Grn. Cashmere Rol es, Iirih Vi'vrt! Taj, 5. fjfj i C
e *. New LI-.I ? M< &iroor iniKa, or an \!,, do (PlnJ n..nnrt tiheis! Mi' f..UeiIiiZ!; dtiable l'5roIs 1 it 1 rice!, hiI'.raaa foIn I Iu -- '
their minds the line li. K. mea ; ----- ;Ie
a* to they will take en fleas ( d1. .
I et.tti tt l>, -.aid Eli: H Utiltaktr dutastd. I lvnu I
( ,
c'her portion of Me\ir< eJ.t I'ppcr Caliti | <|uetiou, the taax pr tbablj make ptiblir such portions Dear Sir : I am constrained to address von \\lnU T..rteton IV>nd (It I.JIIM < ti.i ]m., I in tbe countv tt IconS -lerkV ,ITice ot the circuit court fo lix a :
t no one hert uelierew It would he reMMed b\ the i E cii S E of 1 S.T 't.*', I j. K i I* aria K.. t ., ,. .
as the think not pr indical to t'tt-u public intere again tijxdi the stiy! -rt ot the Hear (Jnt* plant.I I N rt horn and Middle Stale with the antiUier < taming ftC acre Alo. "vr 1 I.T I R I I. X sad E, Cmnnmie'iener 't tieeeitv of .
I that will think trmiilc! Mull Mu.lin, Otnhre Ct. do Tailahasacrjaptaaa. f,
t Uj the next post, I shall trj to send] to jou hope yu.u not me *<>iie > .
and the X E 4 < f the X E 4 met f T i, T 1. K I. Nand tilf. ansi II. M Krackeoridire dv-irndait* I | .
n* riflion, and th. South wnild not content to it >ilk Wa-p OnontalHUrk Crn de Swma, tavirvi.rt
4 <.<>;pj ot a erj interesting and important} letttrtrow but impute mv cour- to a /eal commendable E. ontatnniit'Jacre, : *, andbein: a i turf ol the upf.ti nnd will hit sale.helorr the rt-4mt
Mirh Tie RUckh>acea, 'fJro de Rhine-, expose .
with aalc .2'2
rent
net ion object ot this ;
got J. D Marko, K MJ., the worthj I U. N. consul tMdt4notas. in the accomplishment ul an object which li. mSt/ine, Jfh.im .>. 1i\k.\ La Favefte Townbip. r .i' their. me therius of Taiiahs-.es. ..., Ma.dav ::4 t
ernnient will be to ent ihlih the houndan* indua will result the ol TERM: *-One ball rash and b.I.mnre HI t vlv I tht t'b d.iv Januarv wi'Um l Ieel bt
to (; u lav lor, at Corpu Cl>ri .ti. (It to great interest your Citizen Lileti( inz' Xinerliiizs.. Figured Silk, r xt. >iir. llMIt'll.

ted. atid comver a j.aat'-in other wordk. to flog w written at the desire of Gen Mists, nho wa ;. s\is-atd tjnnet do Dlni Mr.iw, Pink, and moot lee. ,iwni pi.ment it |.nrrbise munt v titles. [ .>v\ ins described pn>(Krtv, to vitMttti : t a .
; deeiaed in It* > t tblt will 1 I rw niadt' V. p>irrhars Ui!, N.j. : ,. : .. 2tttt.atnIsit.
(
JJ-ticn into jwtice and reaon. and ratkc her rrn *\Vorked Collars. Chem C4il Florence S. f4.4 J
paxV I avail eir ,
theta of this occasion transmit
command of the Northern mv to
in ot Me\- .
proviuee RU I\HDUIII1 I t XKIR: :, Exttutor.JLrIiTri'ter in the original plan ol Ike city of Tail lasf.. '

ttt- debt cite owe* o*. and the evMr. .ei> uf the iro. )Man important and mien-guns circtmtstances 'tom H cop of a letter from a heavy liou-e m Cliimisf-ftf F.milk Mitt, ;. JU'ht jFanrv and Prints blk ,cotton Hop, :,, I'.. -" UN levied upor as thr property ddrfriidMta&l! 3pI

va :IC ha no unjtMtlt cotatnenred Tint, will be that occurred stiortlv previ
&me in a frwr raoatlM. The aext battle Will be die.data. comntencetnent of the tsar will uou be disclosed i ii. dealers m the article* ol Manilla; and Si>alHemp. Lonzviliite Lace do JFitve: !lark Ca *iinfr, NEW BOOKS, &C. A- FISHOt, Shctig.Dvcrmber '

.. the lilting of the curtain which now wreeo thtmU" I I 'l'heheifer is elated 1'hiladeljthi, r.hrk Jilk do. Gripped doL >. I6. UO C !* :fjI
The Ftnaace of tW better cnttdi.tittt C Handk.'rrhicf*. > Jl'ST RFCF.IVF.D: l'ER URIC EMILIXE.GRIG'S .
rraairr are to Nov. 1-. 1-10 and! is fallows
AC MIOOTCIII2AHC5IIA as : \ smreatof a writ of Sets facia*, issued t otn
Keatimek' loans Bleached anJ Hnn hirtinzs
n ( aid ( arohna Mrni.iai tier ts4T, J
than wae antinpated. ** >ir-I have a ginul opinion in regard lo .t-orzia the C lerk'* 'ffice of alit' Circuit Court( Lcnbri ,1i
PI ud, Lin*' Mixi.l PUins :ind Kervs. Sh Mr.iiniriior I"l.4utnli- Alminac tot ,
;
a Eefimfer/vc7 fldNt4JWfll', 1'4.Ftnm *"*'-- I iitert&.thiig Corrc-.poiideaicc. the cultivation ot Manilla Mcmjt at the 'oteth, P.mkcts. O. ;;I'IUKS, Haiwls, Ready JlaJe Clollni I*< t7. \i w Mui' lr Piano 1 orte and (;iiurar, >'intv m the Middle Circuit of florida, wherein", J
Ui lurn lirkii.-n) laintit1, and Jata. Antoi. '
dutwni Lt1iUStS 2S41S and > lio>iSd like to know where the ,eatxi1ule S, Se- Kr Tlii. f"' renib Uex.hifioti. rbeap iiditi.en. i* ( :.
\dntciii-tr.uti.ia art tlrfviidants. I Late levied upon.ai.it t
De'eemtwr 1 Pu. l l"t". 22 R -ilint Ptl-.ir. Theedmiph. t ornhill tu ('sire.
o< public laads.Aggrejite. 2,19'.452 4'iii % .A9IlNToN. ? or 19. I MOGen came doin coal ent me a short time ago, m \\< in and C.iSin. Western Ckarm will rXH| >*e f.-r ale, belore the Court Hi *ce ;- a,,
,
uvi am ,;*
: R K CALL order. a> fir a> i iin tm ;power, to aid its stable to Unit. efior. in tier citv ot rllihae( efl llie 6r,t Moftdtty
siMircen, t4.I I : Wid, 'w > Vcmlk. I'tench Gentlera'; Forest KnuhtVi ,
'' Jji next, within legal brunt, the IuILuw 1doriIiest
Dear Sir I have the pleasure to acknowledge -!I growth. 'iamr'e t trulv. 4 r.norxrMI.P. COR\HMIF Nt) YPl) \ :ct 1 nUiltulne$ .>fi Ut.tnan, lam try
to vvtCne
: *24.4t.2V (C the receipt of your esteemed favour oi \ ou will notice l l.:v this letter that the gen.tlfinMii .i.-1.. it!.i ii"l 1, tuiivtiut i.t to t.1.iarcieirect At>|' ( hes I'aliiIiuiu! Kle-tcrhaaxe. Lt .f V\ons, neftw pr.'j'irtv ir.anUe narntrd: Daniel, about -.? ...? r

Expend ities, 2.:4I.1 14I3alatice. takethe stnt.heof Hear (Jra .. I Hemp to J. R IORTUNL'J"ivo Oln..caaumn M mrat.'t. or tIe'rm.ira ala Matestnan.N. '
the loth ultimo And am tuusuuiutil f.o..i I.', C C aIi.b'i C C i..i.i.i 51.. ... t-_e. t 4' i. ol age, and one, also, iiannd Caller, aped abotM 35 !
the I feel trouble \ith the All- I sent him to Iw Manilla.! Tin to me, who years. a
interest to you i tiIti. l fl. Mi;'lingo. lair IsalH-l'e, Oi4 i. Paw..,
lowing extracts of letters for pul.lii-atioti from I have a ki .vvle<>"ciii l his j-ulgment in the artielc BIui.dii- Dollais ICeuaiel Tower of L>.ndin, Marsir lie Valois, Levied upon athe f r |>crtv of said defiradaut, .
The Public Debt D. mkr let. lS4ti, 1.- and to be sold to cati said writ of Iwri facial. .
uf ot Il'-tn|>. m !hieit.-s < ti -oiiragmg results (;inevute. Mint Crsto, IIi h lbrj;. bv James, y
and
Old Debt created before tha eiotautralMO gentlemen higli stamlniz. ivtio are 'C in the rulttvation itt the I It'ir < Jriss; plant.j Frorlnniiilion 1 imy> tlir Cournor of Horiila.lr.ll Rifleman, Mnlt>in Le'>nfine. Urv's erlin, A. A. IISHFR, Stfifti a h
large dealers and manufacturers of Hemp a- t-'cetreber :, II1i.i I y K. Svc.rrr., I). S.
4 j 'I'bettllut; iIi.r at e- th'- paid l lr Manilla \ \ *I : !F \*., I It ha, |hcerm r. Mined t i to me that O'irrrav' on the Rtof;ra'kde ( omhe on tnI.ne.Judmiu' .
pn.-"s
:; Debt, ;,1.3 ;.tt4 t.Aggrr3te .- follows : \ > J-,II\ C. t'LYIIF) : is'-inr.id to hj el I. I.mtm- i Lion. bth. F.liZiUlh. Muse ol the ipv: of a writ ol tieri lactate. ia-med rto :
*. Your favor of the 20th w.th and Sia! I Hemp in the Eastern: market : Churrli. .',ta., h.,' P TIBS, Old Pur. ha*-.
ult. sam ii,tis, nif..r.l! l one ;\l uttsTt; sLOYF>. on or _, the t U rk a otf-.ce ol the t ire-tut C.nrf M the

4i.4'2 6' pies of Hemp came duly at lianJ If the Manilla Hemp. j>ir) |HTJJU) lb>. a'') .ut the '4 tli instant, in the C ninU ot < oluiabia, intin S.rttir> IIc-drlT, Ritional Crime, i linTimlt.ir, ('..writy ol Leon. Ma- ( ,r -uit ot Fhunit.,. whereiuU

indicate 'he of the |I Snal *' l-Kt ** ** State, and on account thereof hath fled l or c< nr ('tilt'pciht.i ol PftfCtical R-reif, X. piUon.Carmivia uliam (Choi- i* .l! infitT.nd John R Elliot je delentUnt -
Tit ItBjxrt for the year eoiji ..gJ samples sent true strength Sic rinrrtw Music Pnnierc. ,
I Sisal genrallv ranges frein 6l-"> to .l3i Mi< 1 lom-H-lt, and) i* niw a Itiictliw train justice r.u. I have lentil ?npona'ie 'sill keemeal.', ,
*e, ISIS. i$12li l ," article, \ve think it will not be worth a* much <:PLCM>1L) l'.NV GOODS AND UIRISTM b the i onrlb I
.\V r, thcrrfitrr. hirtittot the authoritv vestedin -lore *is d.e( r in the ntv ofsve. Talbhas- rit
zpart,, Jii,4: ,''lGaiafire as Manila It is handsome hemp, and we ;per ton of 'J-J10 lIes. Manilli Iroin 5> 110 to me. I, \VILLIM D. MO KLCY: kernor of the PRH>FXTS. on Mondav, (lee fomth mIss if Jaimarv ntet. ,: ,1 it

think it will tmke handsome cordage, but $ .10() p"r t.iii-(Cash on dehverv.) Si.ift jforo-iaid, d > herein otter the abort reward olTtru ('hene'ei Ra-Icins.t F'.1a'term( lUixes. China Vases, A itbm Kl l Lour, Lee Mlovvtn,; de-cnbrd prt f etty, ;) *

acMBfit 17 S., f .J .J l lBut decided Miitll \\ ith these strong iiidiKeiiiviits before tic. I IfiniilirJ IMInrr tar the apprehen'ion and J.- 1 Rich Work flux. price *? !IIm, Card Travs, It. Wit : I '

of tiie e Impart lI.'Mrt 0 were exportc-d a- cannot give Should a opinion on so n jam coiih lent thiie i* no ctop that can \ fid \\\\.t\\ ot ti.t site1 John t'. ("hil.> to I the Sheriff the Periumerv. J.t Con.b.. Silver C,cjtts. Canes July a negro man. aZed abnut t.enfy.via. scars f 4
sample you got enough out to have <\ nib I Head ()Oniaiiit-nt I llonl Pins. E'.ou.iauu.t Ho.d .-
( outitv ot Colniittiand I ito .imi.tn Ujon| all oth ] Eve, a w..man. az.-tl :t5 Seats, Lonusa, a girl, sdt C
and riiould oot be etlrniated either fiide as h profit to the planter of I'lorrJa as the
am. on run :
f It tr..d, say one <>r two ton*, ue sho-Jl'l he ; Vera ol this Mat i to he via tan! to apprehend; the aid > rs. \ceerk is. Th'rmcrrm.t.-ru. Velvttlb ims, year*, and \iien. a b .v aged .*> vt arsLt .

A l.an Sn.OOU.OW: i* saked for the scar rtxlinc pleased to make the tipenineu'.' _Lrtract I!i: %it ( !: %-*. Tins t< no ehmvra or wild Jol it C. f i\de. tt him U lou.id in this 'state and up- [ M ,r4>rt.i \ibuxns, lVrt.Uo| Cartl t ast-s. Stuveuirs., i vud upon| as tOe prop* rtv ot MR! dfVtNlatttawito I :Z a

June 4 >, locarr ctitlteuar. Rat hit IK on the I ruin 13o.stozs. j I speculation, lint itvsrn i i-ox TM.IKLI. In >. 06 all nti/-ns to aid in I.is am reSet ac ri rdinu to 1 lace. J.-t Broarb., FM..in-lltd Pn I Holder-*, Clmre'. .1lt ii. be sold i to tijiv said writ m'i! (levi icia

\ml desirtie Given under hand .ind tin ureat ac-at ot I5ark .imrion oanU, (1ar ('sacs. pockit Iioiek'u. I A. .\. IsHFi( as 1 leel a mi ie llJati onliii.irv rims .
tp.c4to.nIhat| adntt will be laid on the 11riciaI| | ; It is proper that I should) remark in speaking j Fans. I ldU4\ and Jtt b-itton. Ink Travs. Tooth '.
.. of the the*- *ttati' aliirr'>aid. at time . S.
tin i-i the attention
at < i.- now in Htffm Lit, which it u eslini Uc of the strength of the sample sent thi- pr 's* f ubj -ct Ilpeuti; [SEAL.] |ah4-t-Hthi Iatm '), ,-nih. r. .'i. D. l.lt>. Pruhejil liru-h.- Salk Purse. S.tchels. :Ml the

Jditiu, al tin.dut that I folJ pi.inters >uutml ii. I wotilu be pleased! to be mt !iidPi4-tmdt't.ce- \iiniial hr i I ", New Tfl l ir luldreii in cixari. .; I I';' :
"h. bring j, >00MJ reteuuc trout gentleman. was compelled to it inhort and TI: tst .v( ar ol _tntmtrican : t irm"d; What it irhat ulcer ofI tin tv lr s | lv P. A. \\W\RD).
rLFY.By
tjuanl'i11and < \V 1>. M l> .
> on itnM>rt*. TLep'adution 4 lite prite ofthr1utic fold.o as to admit of its going into a .' > Y virtue ol a writ of h.ri tca.as.; issued Ire no tfceJ ,,
l) c nU T >. "t.i ,'C ]
; Und Ia alo rcron>iaendedand tt H e titnatH letter uhirh no doubt has i1.ju red the etretitIi. I war. von and vo'ir t'riends could d'iver! me inf the GoTprnor : Governor. ot rlorida"jMi 1'Ltrkttice ot the tircitci Cr" rl let llw rwnmj : .

f t the :Mate: cit t I 1'londa mvenient fur transship. : TRinrn, "PtV. ol ? tat* or Ittii, Mill te O.i0aiiO ii. ..,!?, .h< r. ... J lD >
ill bring %-iO0'IiO let a Diilhon into the \Ve owe you many apologies for not sooner Said John C. Clvdtn alwut 't fi est 1 II> inches in TIN MANUFACTORY. -Uamv'Htlmii.istrtt>r is plaintiff aw' the Central

Trea hiug. clark hair and whi>ker*, lii't.k ol f 1 lorula idttrntiaiit.I hate levied upon and

reJuc t to > or 19 njiilioc of liemp or grass left uith u>. The delay I llie greater lie better, and lor winch time hair rather curls atiil is brolrsion| a phvjiruu 1C. riaslrr Co., vv ui exi">s4. her sale, !M ti re Ihe Ct tiTl House door. Kt ;. ,(

Adherence has been inad\erlant and hope I < '\SIJ will be paid on dehverv. The h llemji I If l.irnurlv ri*>idcil! in the muiitvt JelltrsuuIt [ Ni ci ( ii-ed lli} ( litin? itit r.-t ot Mr. the cit'. ol TciiAiimssee. mi lite hr- Mondj\ Dr- q,
to the tanlf of IMG is ttronch recotn- purely JPVI
you
will (to be equal to the samples Kent to >en itori >r<'niUr !tt. lift,. .'-' IV i k t..I bis Il\ SI| i.p( take lids r. na.rr nex*. within legal hours, the follow HI* de> '1 ,
taet4ed but I feend jou tlje |>nnted eo7]>\ ot the excuse itWe that tbe\
llu will I 1
kiwI|
cut I : i t i uili rtiMtiu' I public keepetti.it.ant .eerit.e-d urojM rtv. to wit
i \V-stc-t.tt this cify.i I '
at
l3t.eeip. which ou can \traft trcia U eon do riot certainly think that there i is no question Just ICcccixcdr i_v on I I.ttid. at t!i..a ir .liui. oiy site' J. R Fortunt ) Lot oa. l-'t and 11. toiiether with all the ar>-

jiliah i: entire. but that this article uiil faioraldv com- The pn( es pii: uI| i in I I'loriJ will be fixed at \ copir! MrTH: ()iiNT HARMONIST, tote, a l
are with isal hemp, and command-a Mich rates as will rover rhaiges east.To OU Mm lit llilorv i m4| Irirm Tm ami .lhn ni licit.. uuallikfj>t in their liar ina arid l.eins in the .Htcinal plan OfticiefItS e4'Ts. .
trice
Both %eir Senators, I net ice, their seats [ [
are ta and and it be nuke (Inn i m rexiilieii to vour under- Napoleon j-id- InMirhalU.. bv J. T llradlev.Hist i-f ln*>ini The will al-o i I.e \Ire pjred to lutnishanv laii.tix'e. bo, :w'ed North bv t?twi Fttrf street. 1 Ecat hv t
bat >Ir. IVorketiferuwfrt, \jur titati\et I underftand near eqial it. very posiIle>] may onbIV Lnlf lit' Vi i ilius- .
rrpre I irv cit! Vipiil Merchant-in the coirifrv: Tin-ware as low i ii \dan.s trtft. S-utL bj. lot* No* t3: and lot, We.t
it I I M-IN for I t 'S
-tan.iing ton
Hemp SK5"per uitli
has not *rt arias ad here but is expected bw prefered from its liner texture. The grcat and I rat i'Ima, Pro.mil V&.i I-K bv llmini I lloid, rires :as tl-ev < in pet it trio the Ni.rth : noel l bee by lineal street It .

Wit boat Ituoi the South tLu evenuig. increasing roncumjition of Sisal and Manilla, >' rail I hots east and t tlie charges ot freight, ijlin.ilf; of! ( rn.ali men 1st' on nun:ul jtnupru- tlietu to call and i\amine fir tin} 'riseUes. 'I'hcre' t* ( L,-v u-d upon a the prnpt'rtv iii sa.d.ttte-tmdaManj :

V.C.AII0L. both which article* the sample so nearly resembles A.e.. are >"ti per teen the price v ill be to the den eec'. I e.l liis, .1 p :n bv I limp t; J.iiiu liaili v an obi-cl| in time mtac it l.cn, A' it will IK free Irom i to te sold to srjtislv. said writ 11 tim l rii*. I

ours tr1 should consider inducement pi, :inter in I'londi. >;i100 I I per tun, C V&H.In I i. 1:.1 uii l'mrk.rif., Nun ohs in oot vtilnnit damage vh.ch it us ullv sret bv sluppu ; A \. IIS-IIER, ShcenitL m
ue ac every Danlf. Iran*! itt d !>v II I t arv I of I'it.-xvst-c. Nmece-neh'r7.iSte. I.;
I making this it will be tit iieral assortment :
to the e\t.:nsne production of it uhere- proportion perceived Dirk U ,'rks. e.uemtI.l ti v .ftmine I ,
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Iii. that all I require is that I shall not MIS.tain I d>/. Furnn-es, om'tm as e*. rv tarni'v'! oti.ht t tha > iv .if,
ever it can be rai-td lo advantage drier's Carolina and h or.ia. Mili.ima. S Mitlard s Tax t'ollrclor's Sale.
enati>nal Caututtt C/iaurnau *f Comnntltt t fJ'vrttitt We shall be receive tho : tally loss : and whatever advantage is to limited V.iti s, t'u oiiu I Fr.i.'k', jtm.1 I niton's I'unnv \1-1inanatM '., *>'i.rar t ln m i>p. r-, Siucasr *.kinim r-.Oil I Cam*. : "
to
happy samples Counter Seat!, *. Xtnr fir tove*. i.i 'V i virtu- ot tin pt Ilttationt, 4fT lie the 1 extend the t tcr 117. ta *.ikb\ tin dozen or single coliea. -
you think it pro! able you may send us in the | gamed b\ enterpri7e, to Sheet I Iron I fir uukms: Stm)n' l'ipet, : on tin secured "Uoi.tlay u. March Mxt.Api u
I ,
e Democratic Senators held a caucus this toorniaf Spring, as an experiment, and will endeavor planter her his encouragement to proceed. C.mtt'lmi.tim hii.liicp ee. Tin and ( oppir lor Rooting anddntttruu it Rtihl- >*e f>r eslo btlore the i t'tirt Howe e il-w, la the ..l'

for the nuainanm of Cctnmittees : and the to promote object in it lo the extent cl I II l (his proposition meets time approbation of'the MCItIC8I Cooks ing-. cited put up at short notice, cattier in the cat or citv of Talljl.a-s.-e, C.iiintv 4 f Leon, the fotttmNMr.dfcrtbed
your
(Chailev' MulvMlirv Itcst'e's Midwil<-rr. coiintr1 propeity. or *u inuth there as will pay
nI4ICC planters, it is onlv for them to designate
tins altrrnoonuuttie our power Itence's on Females, lev\i-c"sou t iiiidrin, \ >1>, a nc\\ invention tordrainmz Suzarv hi<*hvMil the Mate and Couuty Taxes due tberein for tbejear i C

ittttrest was fi-lt as to the lection of a Present prices of Sital H13.1, Manilla )? loJ( the quantity and I tune. 1 ishill meet them V.'aton Pr.,rtie of I'hvsir, drain it tit l fur narktt in two d.ree, amid beg the 1" : itm

chairnun of the cornmitliv <'U Foreign Relations, intl per ton, :i.MO( Ibs cash ; SimI generally ran with promptness in person, or bv agencvCVSH \Vooil A. larli'! flmapensanur.j List-m' Surgery, planter to rail at d \.nnine. E 4 S W Sec rt. T 2, R 1.! N and E., |putpseti.

the ('lu-t t,, 'ctu ii-., \\ill ant Cis single and doable Rod to belong to Wesley r"rbe, Trustee, Se.
|.ur,. ot Mr. McMut&e, rt, iciu-d, ina.uiurh auyiij from Hl2" to Hi3 ton : Manilla ix H.V.MI. sti.k uO Thompson'* nsp 2 C patent ern
ges per generally be ,rau bv I'. A. \\UAIJI). Putnp v\ell ..djpttd t4> plantation ueDirtra'Mr S > Lot Xo l 17:'. original plan ol the city vt T llahaskf. -
1 have the honor
tin Sr-iiator elected ould detolte the di.a otfur.c ranges from >pl 1J( to el loO( per ton.- to lKTeral.tr I J. I I"l.I 1 I *>, a ltjii -'. -"> ptirfortiiu lo bt bm,. to U m. M.trwr

tU..ta tt t- ndiniiitration in its coiiduct of our -( Litrait Atir York) Yo'ir obedient servant, Lot* Xi-s -">". an.tcNorthadJithincity if TallahaiCf '.

There i* no doubt that this hemp is of the : also addressed letter Mr.Siblev GIRL about 1 l' of CoIIectot' Sale. '
*',* The o&.red Hie to Mr ( aihoun'u I ii. :S. I have a lo _A XFGRO ve'are ag' T a \ % lillilsf C
caucus fKHitiun same species as the Manilla and fcisal. and requesting i him lo publish it. I will i i V. .\ t..1!> rjll-) amlaric. and a % d abut baiulr virtue ol .mtboritv c.ted l u. me bv law I T 2, R 2. Nvrnl E. W i S W I.src 3. T 2.R .

1&iat.n, Gnv Cas4. Gen Atclier on, and Mr has some resemblance to Jute leave to ur *uli' it pro it*' ,.ab', and will IK sold at a BY,ball eICloO d.r sal hetfom.- tin I olirt I House 2, N' ..n.1 E F i X E 4. &r '. T 2. H >. X and
A. declitied it, and Mr Allen, von to jiiilgewimeihmer ills necessary E W s E: 4. sT -*.. R 2. Naiad E IV N E
i n wM jH.Ttielj% It has been known that the Manilla hemp > irra I. il Miti appllid tar.ltr'mmefe'r d.mmc. in M.'iitiiillo. Jeiltr-un I t.untv, on tin- ;
at u4 Mr Calhoun rtfjuc-'lod to l<- tacuicd from kor\- have the above published.TAi.i.iiAtt! t : h't' .tI :na II. tItCllCIt. J'trst .Miuitltnt Ju'y n *t, 4. Sec ". T :J. R i. X acid F. containing {eS' acre*.
could be to extent at the South L
any
grown pttrpoitint to b. loni> to \Villi.ini I lf tall mid the Sunlit .
iti.n> any coinnntte, lnch was agrti-d to. Col. there is no more desirable article to the country :, IW. 10. 1-sJG. : t ice. the follo'i hid prnprtv; orsoi.uuh tl.en-ol asvvillpiv era Life Irisurtnoesud Trti.l ( ..e'ar.s.

S., ier of ArkarnjH, was inlert<-rtb( wt.t a id lu'ii to the citv cfTallahasMfe .

aflatr lie i* an able man and a true and unujnchIBU several obliging letters tromo' ami applv Ia I lht I luermatalehu- Janet's M. Cmklm,it. v.-ar |s | 'i- pur-orlii, to Ul nc; to II. H. Itutkm,
daily as it is admirabl\ i. i Soe : ml X W < 2.{ and \V c.1 XK
N : 12
increasing, Julie Pr.'bite f.>r Gaddtn Counts. for Irtttrs ofilisiniision 4, 4, *e< J ; ,
IJemocrat His relations with the chief ofth calculated for canal river and interior purposes owe ) ou tmiitII apologies for mv neglect in not : a* :\lininiratc Irom tIme -slate ot Susan : 4. So :TS. T I R t. \ and K, tmrportiri to tw- LitNS.'t'.T2Rl.NamdVt3.St I ,.

Stite Dcpartmc and the aJiLiuivtratioii genoralh no tar being used and the article floating having sooner replied to them. This, I usMiie S. Siil! decea'-ed. ir'z In D.inra'i M ({uarUsW J. srf.>, T -'. R I, X and W W i X U J. Svt' 5,

arc >\ the mo.t pleasant character) and it isan excel-Il. Manilla: hemp i* now worth *l.I i 0() per ton..i > on, was not owing to their want of in.terest R L. EDMONDSdm'r.( i X U 4, See 13, T .', KI, X & E, o\vi.er not T 1, R I N aixJ W.. .r.mtaini.u J > acrt. ptirporlini ; .

1 l.M s.'KM lion and one that the admiatralion mav re- > from U37 5(1o (l or to mv mdilierence for the subject to 47 Ibs. but has lately n en F
: -- !> N'o. 1. f.ar vp -21 T2R I, X &. "I I acres
fir j j adxantafeom to it. ( cs changes ucre wide UJjtract I'/nlaihl/'tna which lliej relate. I shall cai.se them! to be Caps, Ac.GENTLEMEN'S .. .. o .. .. iT.Rm.N& Ch.riefs. 4
$ | ( W i SV 4, Seo ,1 T 2. K I. N"ai d W., 11 4
in t'c otheriomm.ttees O< jour Sen ior* the lion In addition to the above extracts of letters published, and d.mht not, Irom the valu;ib'e in. / : lislaonabte. Nutria 1 Hit*, ii ii I I. t>lTR I, N i K, Mt. > W i N E 4, Vc -_>7. T I, R I. X and V.cs'nmtaia.

Mrul.s as at las' e,.*ion, is plartd at the head from these high sources I shall avail inself formation they contain, thev will be highly in.terctmgto '. :i *" Sjm..i tinmg' MQICskin ds.da. '.4 ."< -|t., tt'mu'.. .21.>2T2.R T .!, R I iN&, N .V, F.E.:, F.JriOa's ilce.r's.tuinin 1114 IM acres | urrHirlins to tielotia to Davivl R 6in. I

ot C'lainn the cell and) the t'aei.n lit k if Florida.
tt. Pricate Land and ja few public.
omtDittee on on of the of advancing n remarks Like the
apportunity Water Proof do.Wutd tbe end f>f Miecceoekiv near plantation -
th- \atg iC ouimittee, flofe COWIH)** with loan, of| upon the subject You will find that Your own judicious remarks, and the ex. lo- ot (;iiv. iMo* -Ie> owner not krovvn. ruts Lots of Xi TalLiiai.sce 77, 7s.n amid syt North to addition t* the
belong to
| urporting Gewrgft
(; v J aitrfield, of Maine and Gen. Cinuron, of PaTl. these extracts corroborate with my views, tracts contained in your last from letters writ Cloth and Gla/td; Caps, SMITH! SItIKINS.Slati. K. Walke Tnisfee, icS S

... i* an important committee for jour Slate.- upon the subject, as to the qualities and nse'ulness ten bv gentlemen of practical knowledge and Silk Pliisb do.Bov art. tr officio 2tJ( Tax Col. Jefl Co. W X W 4. sec I i.T 1. R: 2, X and E., contain, .
kinds.DOMESTICS
of De'c'emhe'r5il' .mWill
uw. dtner Senator, Mr .Uentcott, H chairman ol of this plant, and the encouragement experience, have confirmed me in the belief Caps various: S.C. log 10 acre, purporting to belong to (he heirs of
Ludv C. IVrrillE .
bo Sold
ltumtuittee on Territories, as at last fcevjion, and held out to the planter of the South These I before entertained of the value of Hemp DemocratiCalici>es at 0 cents per janJ, i X W Sec T R .
4. t I Na-d W.
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the Hear ( ot this State. :! : : tbe Court I Ilotie door, in Muioit Coun ,
ii a! << a uienil
wd tie ommittee on Patents and the Patent Office las the slightest enterprise or industry inhem. 'I'hmexviiI cause others, I hope, to feel an cbeckM Ginchaml next.btlwten t lee usual hours of sale, FOUR XE- containms 240 acre, more or less. purportieg to belong
I'M' and t.-lbld f Sbietmss,
I- !, >- I
The wii2 m their caucus selected the two wlng As to an experiment, there is no excriment equal confidence, and indeed in my to engage Hid and bro Slurlm: dRolls-; 'hi.ul, a woman, thirty vea>a old. and estate cit Benjamin Ha an. ,

cultivation ol this plant. The) results of her three- children Ualee, a bov i\ %ears old A. A. FIS'IER, SheriflT -
allowed thfQ ot the fne .Scnaton comprising each ) attending it. Your samples have fuly in t the Cotton( and Lint n Osnaouri s, Lee
this of Boots Chantv girl, tour vear .Id. Dime!, a boy two n County and rjc ojfirio Tax Collector.
lead me to -heve an Cloths also central assortment a
and first a
Long
comtmtter n n Mid tery uch ac at la it kc* ion. demonstrated its practicability utility mv experiment oH sold tar the benefit of the heirs and crtditors Peeemhe'r e, t5, :0 tet
.
&c.ImETTON vears :
The S par tf jc t0uje ap]>oints its committees in superseding the use and importation of Si- article of great value, and it will! be gratifying and Shoes, Hardware and Culltrv & HIGGSXovembor of Marv Mair deceased, late of Marion conntv

:i Mondav, and little change is r>)> ..ctd from lout sat and Manilla hemp And the only ques- to me and to e'very American, to net-, this na. 7, jcn. 1CSJRCiON Terms-twelve months credit, with approved security For Havana.OCHR. : '

**Hinn lion arising is the bet and proper mode of culivatmg !- the production of our own country take the -c3 CINDERELL.A. Captain _
of the foreign artiele now so t'xtt'rtsivciy! : ; All persons indebted lo the estate of Marv' Plait, O R S llnbbaid, will leave alxut Ire I
Th. it which little
Vane Ne cae is jet wider trial in the Courts and preparing a prac- place diceasetl. are herebv notifud lo make pavment I lotbe L. "th Perember for flee above place -

ntv.arvd will |Tol Jlv lake up all Oils e.ek. Lice and time will make perfect I feel a used fur national pmpose' ( : DKNTIST subscriber ; and all tboe bavins demands acin>t Having good accomnxxfalions will 4

Tl President' le\ee lust t T'je'.tLa e\tniip and hore than ordinary interest in the success At the prices Yale have mentioned, this mint rclurnotl to this city and may be found, at said estate( wilt! pn.s-nt them, duly attested, within bt' prepared to tAe passenze to Key \Vft or llavaia. -

to"iztit$ of this enterprise for the interest of the South, become the golden plant of the South. It H\S times unless 1 prolessionallv encased, at his time time prescribed b> law for settlement to For pasise jji-as- spelt to I
Tirana all the U-autv and fa hion in the ,
BLAIR .
WILLIAM Executor
J R ORrUN'E.
the wealth and of all J. L. Doarding house. Agf.it. t
at
of the Iam will xromote prosperity old rooms Demilly's
e"Jatid though it i* rather a dry trunncs-i lo tlrf e arid the general welfare country. | 11 3m November 12, [2s] 1S46. 19 Tahlshssseo.Nor.2sl5'P3. 13ppr
ah.* in the belief that if the planter but to the poor and laboring classes, it u ill be Octnher3,15P5.
mtKten their lr with% ny el.* than water ,- sanguine ,



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: : L= S VXDS' SVKSAI'AKILLA fc ]? 2 : fle'PItOCL.AMA'fLON
4;! = : virtue of the power vested in me by law -hall

I-fl HOUSE .tfl: ) STUIt RLILDING. ''{ III ?: Rt M"DPFRMVNFT' I Flit: AT \EPORrI B expose for alr. before the Court IouediK! in

H. u.LL i-r \- \K'siFR! aM VNIMil I"IIF siibsftiVr' will1'w prepared. the en-ni': season the city of Tallahas-ce, county of Leon,

: -sfVIF: OF IMF HLOUDK wii'inpruor ,iniice.nnidiou, Wari lieu*'
4. r'' C.EKXRO7.rf vNE1IIlr.T.; On the 2d Monday tn J'cbruary twit,
; t (1 f4r tflil'fl Rank. > HM.II OF THE sY in 1 C,.tto:i Mied R mm, for the a'xite bu-incss in all
(.\ i/'>c N oid* ) .. the following! property, er isa much thereof as will
I ThM. VIZ h and earuestU solicit shaftol u1 lKitr -I.e. a
: i rjti : s, a
.. I irli i t o t- ite pir .l t. pat the State Ta\ due on the same for the tear lCi l :
GIVES ,', ,0/'i 0. h'titS Ki ', ll'trunalitm Oinniaii ;., )TztMl '
Ins I in, d- 'i.j th m WN 1V4SlT2R2NandKadj.'iniug
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I ijt ), | i.witii I tn .H" Eujpfion: *, I'iH.pti* ct Pnta,1 ii fit Uiisiioss, conftd ii 1 to his care will receht' IIM
Col. RV. William
i aii 1 lt' ..I CUIINETH R- lands belonging to owner net
.t I I'i', 11/jtf'iKf. Hit, Cifoiif > iV King ".e |>tT< )'iil attention ai>d. from long rtyrritncein
... si \i"Il Kin in jilt in a 11e n.-l to IK.TfV known.
'ip| ll'ji 7* ttf >ca/.I ll ail, KtilvrjtM- anal thistusr, ho flitter'luui-cll! to
itt in i competent give
the s'tal TheE i N F.4andSE J, S Ql NW4NE |,
I V ''Jrn s I by ant workman in ;
a. : ., .,'i.t.aticn
5 ? /
hIm nftf Btati cnil J'twti .Stn'"rn < trc'a. -
f 1 .ta.t a! j rii-s currt*|>' oJiar xxith tintim FRAtfCISCUSf"l WJEKCJI S 30, T 3, RJ, N and E ; E J. S E; 4. S 2.: W J otW
tvill Iwrtlu-r In* to fun.i.ri
and Ho pir&h Rofx
N. ft'nt lie NV"i ettttifa i r Li.m'n'i.v, pr r.ig- *
*s15m "sofa Tabls kinds t. the that he i, S 3i 0, T 1, R 5, N and E situated near Manmngton -
i $ < i is. *, > tarioas Call Iroi and si-h ether Hartafonh .\KEsthis null d to inform public
'. />; < an\tn% from an tiiftiiltrwut a. ai.t > < :/ : leading
., .t t.s-s, U i .1 1! 'j'a Cburs andttrt dtitctiplioi a idtle e.r7. I.ei,1 (aS Dr.apsy. or In,j.10je,ite s ?s ire tfe:i. rally! advanced on craj j at Ite _l_ has removed bis Ctbinet 'arehouae to the purportins} to IH.IOPR to Lewis Conner and fly S'. H. iII'I1'- ( ovcrnor of
s. Fi.raiture mtlc to ordr > repainil at Mnfch MarrX Co. .nt aloe> the Soul ttrli Life I Insurance and! TnM Vcipany.
.t t ito
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buiIdi formerly ormpitdbt
) the ;' It his l len
far.Ia oh t
ii l..tv. .J/4a. Lit, jntf C n.f'i"jittt r. \\ns\ atason. certified tn
the E E: of WHERFVs
l.NandF. i. S i
I .*tf>i ii(4n a I lit? w ai prepared to c >ntract ir It itis Sfvra<* i.c, a< n.ual at thi* j.he.GEORCE Peck'-Tin Mmulartort in the rear ol which he S 17, T I l.R .exetpt MtN \I5IJ. white
: of t, a
fllIS i i uritiMt i a coia't.iiation' IitIa ito uuL maid sectu also, E: i 1' N W 4 S I 17, T 1 2, R J N and ran, in
4 ik' the tuildia 'if llvi .'.. a'd vich oilier w irk ..- ..sgmterally pr ; MILLFR.l intends to carry on the business of f a CABINET n : of the Sheriff? the Cmirity e' iq
k:. oai n the lai.t.n <.f 4. Jeai.e: di!', n-u eitir W E iN W 4SyT'RlNaml 1 W..owner not Alarhna, the
l h'mse ltbettTL. IIi' :RT.\K .n and UPHOLSTERER and! ;
a me by c pricein NtW1MITt, J1I'. 2 ;, ll' 1 :M \KER.UNDr ; ern Circuit cf !Fh 1 >rtdi, nn an av.ansati.n
the
aii.t I
1 i rlnractrr -loiatiois I In !
I iiits: L in van tm
V :' tbi# tSi-.MriUa.-.it wilt h s K-b as to uidwv th-aeat! y ( feels well j>n pan d to execute any rrdors in either known. feleriaamdy mnrder ofli V \MFLLVOOlK'
Ii1I$,. a4 is preUifaJ.o'i: 1.c Sjrsi'Mntla: % t.i. h hjve been YoIfr( ht'ieby'FV (JIiYCII jl the above bra'icli ol his buaii.aa. The E J c.f N W 4. of S -, in T1, R 1 N and W. afore-siiJ County of Mic'nia' "

l!.: i'y <4 hi* work, if it d"J' nat i.r/Mwt ill at &- a.' at tf-re-nt tuiictlrreJ t, I he pu'dic It acts pe- > all lime hfit, l-a'resand' ptr r.r' nf re-'ed! i'i He i' provided with tti<- l beat ma'trials for the *0 acres, near Lake Jackson, rurpcrtin; to belong to escape from the e-n-t'dy of said, in Sheriff this tttt, nLi n"k
I l < iUt) utxiu tS.- wli< It .>-t.rj, tbtnby t tr.iiiiraz it Charles illiam-ou. n the
i'.w tln-iilv. J_ pTtitbil! to dHtribution the ''it ifnna al art i.lci ol Cabintt Furniture,
t .jN1Ia'll w ark < in or in i in inu'acture TOY of the 1 Ith inst., at a! is now fttgitirr
r41 t: -c.'i! IM >i T-H a'.i-' M sirr.inJ.iiZ ttiir itsdirtf t .&m1 1 mm d.jtvtn:1 it me. .U!hu.Zh I It rr.< '' id.iW, late of J. rur-m 1 atlit: : i.d .ite ol s-ieh as s..crttanes, HnnMUs, Tabl-s, 1'cdsfeads, Also! tr following! town lots : Part of Jot No 171in Jainrs McNabh is about fee a a- fr. j, ?'.
,...," v-'t"f > .wt-nu liealiu ( ''tits, tet it is ettireiv the cf Tallaha.! also mhe< h,,
) addition
north to
ra ititr*, !N> woslI I r.t'iri InM -.t 1 h .iiiy think* lor | t.i nda. il.-rf.a.i. that the I'I.aeIisr, one of Ihrh Chairs, XT.. .c., m the ntate-t and! rao.t ;perftctstle the city "ee, rnae! has red hair bloc h.
!',.- pitroa he )ins ncrO..t.re rc > \eJ, an 1 tpis'it'ta hi iul* .*. s-j tiiit it < ai:> ripire) tta.' !n4' d !I. rS fhi. .'.a> tilfd Fia |>M.ticii wi'Ji t i'ie I lion. He will also repair any d rnptioii of f'lriuHe lut No. 7r. m the south half of the county quarter| of beshiteiaaniIribmant4 ctrs." birth erp he W ben In-all h :,otlIt and a
i ji* e ti'iVi tt in perdu said tit% man of.Vwr
and
hf ma cniiiti-ti Lb 4tl4t 4< tIafl, er.j. \ Juitf ( Pr. '*Ve tii nd! fi r lii CciU'nv fi J turs<>n, liii C iritelligitce.
: t dj<" a bv st us- < \r-rpt .:i nt re.is-tl ap- \. \ FI HFR
: ipr than! thrntizins ,
sto
4 their c. n 1 1 nr a'e'I f\' r. |t'i I'ii* tOt the itartitiun ot t rtsvfl .N *,rn -liv.| s would return Ins crattfnl : thtrffort, by tirtue tf the
Vtt l S'l* wbe 'l l ; i s at tl in lh fr meni ShfT: aol ajth nt ,_. .
fj--////ifioTa\-Cl./ L. C. '
T j i.sl) 1 he h. s ..drei'
-5 1c '. I that tin 1-ir tl lId' I its 1atr..nt. -
a I.ru3r? i ;. l l.'rtii'i t.t il a 'afe Jiid I sjn !stitta1rr (.1 Tall In-wee in me, I d.i lttrey or! r the above
jd. .2L t list H> I( IIU /l.r the j>jlli oi 111 tht tis Ii.it armi'inuaiire AUiiist 1-1' '; rn reward"rf 7llunilttd -
\% l 1. i>n Mitviav the I Ilthiljv I if t Jal.ta; iiet, ,> keilie '' rt( eive< a-.drisjKTllu'U Italian for his *r*
-iiOi-i.IlY\O.; liJ r, .st ri<"is i', i.iit .s til aiJ s4-n it f.kii.dlts I It satis, apprrhen-irn i'i4 del ,
I
; ltro3lway. Court ii I'r.n.'e f br the ippomtmeit <.f Coin- of their fat i >, a Iii pb d_' s :T. I to .ite to the Sheriff the Cou.itt at Alarhna ,
,: V I K, a .tl M4 r. and !blln.: lituitU :audkUtn tl : ard! all
hair order both jut
ti-'i.eri: to rnakeM'< ti pari "' n tart-t? n to ll w bo mav ';tve lii-n 1 ) Y :ii'r..ti.ins and o
JAMES J. BIRGE di, sid. ccrs cili/ens are enjoined to aid hu Jr .
; t lit:. iifi.-iti< and f>* JOhN M UROOKFrtitontr: and ,i'-Htv of hi* 55,1! kJur.uirt in ,-, *K*
law
a SIRXNUER THFi ." LLTi ;prire i\ c< rding to
j : *: >; ; r.Ei. :: : ri i'i ru i iios J. frr on P $ u. I It' i.
i'-w 'it .V.; -tr. 'a. ui ii th.- CTTTi fir:,:i. *tV .nit t .'M.lUr lit.k ntheireatcha'.t Take "Votirr. B.Mc- the State of Florida, at the Ua-pit.I 1, m T i
0 HI H.! if Htl) rn- mid J. .Vyhi*s ItaKcr.TT Toilet .\rlirles Pfrfumcrr, if., WIiitTuw! Ciat, [ l. tl-.]laha-st-e, th.s Jlth djt ( t November *
: FKXNKI.'N src ..1 I Usti-u ? nt, in. nr, I ft th. .iiL let rtrailanJ A N tfra .net wll! be: pud, !,< !Hi.i I, s frtfleJith : pifii> '

a will k .<>p a" haul i < 'i i -a -. Ml. ..ia'i t HlFACHAN'IJ '0 wi 1% if, :cl. % bat it his ilit onct it vtill do.u .tt. .\ ,.ea. Vt- r ttit timhi.i'i: tahiti. byM.i' \ )P.VK\s: AND ('lrELLtfl) .l. LW, i-viNTi* BRi \-vncoUnt 16 f, and r f the Independence.. rn.ij

c. I\t.1.tI: ; ; CL'M'HN, \SMMEiJS VJ:oihf("iiics* Cila s AVaie, Ar.Tl States the 71rt year.VM.

I. ItVwHiUI tsjrftHiH. > li'i it a Caa4atita'a C ; v. :i.rTOWN.. Mi s s pf. _.',!. ::1... Law and s' ill' jjite t thi it- j. i.t itti pti i'n to bu- D. MO ELEY

eiie* <.tt i j.atrona .4 *a > Kl'*i.l* Ir.m in 1ii. T.il" f1i.i it CLT't'! tbat n.t s''i, l.o.xa.: d .a.beTlteei F'ore41o'are ol Y1czIne. -nes-c iifA'Jto I lh.ircirtin the MuMlo!, Circuit, IE alms e const antlt o. hand, and for sale at the Ky the Governor : Governor tf hiotida3. -

a. ; ; i4 II %I tt' 1jjtt1tt t'a t Iicta Hit iaet ul ji.s K u v-i t r !< n >. ITS atEt< t.-J ,xtth the r.t'I..u.I12't. ClUClTiT t l'lir :_VoirHTtN: Cu ir or Fio- it.iT iu the Ci nut!:< of J.i< ks.m 'nl I Fnuklin of I tie lowc-t rnaik. t pricts.V. T .\ncniLB, *5tc'x. State

f1Ii4ar ta'n r. Vt t1iea1eilienVeT4t32.l ti.JIlCflt..1.s 1 RITA ;-\lKot Cjl Mf Via s irn ('irmuit. XMUII. (H. SririirNH: u ill c',ntnut November VI-, 11-'. 10
hate rrceitedbt 1 ltts arntals latin additional!
A.riI 37 tlii'h j-ro ,il'ly caused t iw humor ti. rn ke it* v.j .- % / t nsidi a. Q'l.tut sxMtri. W C XRMXCK
. t .. u.-. \L .U 1. rv. Cvmpff ? s'ippl ins ol HriigiiJfftlifinnan'l Cfttnnralitvhich, 't'rtsstce's .Sale of J.anij'
-n.uUr; his bt. UIIOT M.I' J. VtL,:sll\kER at riHilii-ti On i. of t the
ninem a no .iat, ri cmtu:
Ph U .
Mate$ TCo: 11 rotor's ttlo. j Tr ;i !K.s t.rad I t ) \t\i f. -r With I3iII tiiO: < r*. It tisi'1 ii- | i ..l.i-aAV.-.1ib.'h!: r, F'sjs.v.v gVbiT.r,Njiran i Vie1 i-wv*;. .,Ceo.Pili Cai- irti.. xtil!I s 11.1! a i rl ol 1 his; ti'.if .t \|pd.thiiss: 'IT, t. *i:thtr with most of Hi- j (ular patent medis, 1) Yvirie i f ;i c.larn- r{ L, ?,, 5,,.( eri r t Jft .it-.
> the 1 l.ram'.t and t.irwd
render e'rtinaiat LI.f
I r. pV tirt-i-.l t!. l. .v.r xtst. 1 ,-. it < bv1.1 '! la D'tt. rtit Midifinr.! aii !ht .amn..d hCitltitf ..,:, e *- \%,*rt, L.ttij.t >* qJhfl B.mI '4..iNancyU.KI.A iria wi'l I I' atteii'i to i4'b ctinugiieat.'jtl,; directed to the State.our ;All of which we orkr at the lowest rash nt i )1 tint; in C huiorv --iea' a rttisr> j.J .- ;Mna

I. .1 ) -'iall v.aa.; '. (1 st !> I ,r i'a < *.atrt II. r- iaiio Lei.inT Si-is) l)tiii-iXl, CaioIihelUat tli.m : ltond- i- ctu ; Ijt: ;'- int. anl Utl! .,mn < ,. ind ja-t

: d.r. l.ltl. I'tfiorja- 1 .4 'I'i't ( Halllltuersot New Y'b. *.n.lltnry I Dentcai.. :.i (ty Bi'.rtfakirs 1se.rnlnr2'P.' I ISIl. 'T? pi July ices. 2. : 1 LEWIS & A'dES.' others are V-fh'iN.. f1.*- .uv"n)iersf :,, Tru tw.,'
I tJicu b. .Ivut at tht itwtur a l t will otter fur -ala jf aaI'-ti'n.' to the hha'a.t; ':
'lkc hr\i .lI'E1.lfttf in I'fttrutiry# o Mf, i' < a r. .i I,l Jthiill. 4.wverdeca.sd. Aj)alarlncolu LdiiICOIIIIllIV. btdd,

stia. :' af .a ; a i14 -., er.iis1 i .&unn alit t. hit. .z mar1 than tlirtxotti I jij.e-anni;. h\5i" U
4 1 : |,av. ,b< !siit. ani! i'i utti ta\-sdt, rf .runiit waste in ant wi-, ilay' 1i'M Panifihltt La-ts of Iloridi! late MONDAY.the 1th JNF \KYNE\T,-.t 1 i r.'ccj,

Hi. tear 110.ll" ,I.. 'ft ii.iied it S.rjfala. ft Kiuus i:1.: ilie: w.thiu the United Kut- lUt itt within r.r *ia1r! of lot rn: f ntr, on th lands smi l th< .\pala'-lii'* a!:. J tn sjli 'y! M., the following land anal premise dr ((} {o ij

i S-r ,! t'E f tliV F i .i i M> l iifiies.; rib.'ll. rautlt ttasnercfdt t t.inz % I..aiI, C which hate. hat irlt din-! sold, t.7 :
S K *t >t. t FloiJj, t'n ir.-fu.r. ii J Si.j.Ltn R lill. iv.c. ui ell < mr.ux nmt ta refill March 1 1- I PAHYW \RD.Caialrj .
.J.
a Sac 3'J. and t'i. < I'H s e' ..u ; I t. id tl ic V* I t.i sSI < tin ii 1 ii i: u.stioi.t th-t 2.me. ILH tt w ;..eIi. tlI < r I ITU- zTil..uI.et; I S it viit. nd, Tr at lh.ml at- I', -2tl i f by i.'m, I our >inr-tmt alient oraz'itturttoluit Vest hall of Nottbwe-r qr of *Jr<-. *!, T I I.R.2

. :: awl th L ol h &> W : v: J ., -! aat! I .- I. a.? ; ..7.d then his b-uu tCaJm.: afect d in taI. ia4' iii.' % i < .>:i.e n t the iiurcury thi' hid han .irfl bliTi. :a'.t half of Southwest ':r o! S<. 3, T 1 R >. North
S '
"
R 12, N and K The N F. 4 .t i! IC. t .etaJ tqx n cmnplaiuuuJ vlicitorvithi I enlorred fjinit all! nfetMft rsilh Tames.A .
I. I X K S I T 4 J. K I J, N ai-il \ !I .' o < t > .n? e itb. aw at ttti his IUl'ler-jlA Li nh thi iL'e made far la..q._ and East, conttinioe mi acre and a fr.i-"n. vv t
S 1, an4 thc 4 -I Ij /liti; in fr ri if thicr.k'. ai'il, 5h.h Iiraticpm. otv: laure'.n.r., or
IIa1.ac b. fprAl t!, Li -.t .I i ?, 1:irg-as m Fi ,hsK walnut, a in.-. t SYSTEM: t Trtjr.rr RnV-t r fie I:x rri-es h..lf ol Smfhwc-rf qr. of S1, T. lR .'.Nnthd
(* .. Ik 1ottr t a tta. a .t 1 tluir .that th III the undi ,.i'asd t orlrutskulli
i f. ptartini t : inrax '.1 il P* i. "C ( vau e ir tiswi e, hr : \l'4rti'm1' the Int
T K I tLeK 'f i.. 14 I .rt1.ciJ a Urs.- a a >ivIK f. and a pientrya Hi-, containing <-0 acrt a-nd! a frartif Ea.-t hajf
S fl l I !
!: in ti.
t ,tb.- S 4s Iak1rAart.a1. r t. th* i. i'ti m'iE.ti Mil to >c filed, -IK! > c oi>yth of cai.I Laid. 1% iIm and emaummhjia amf t.j.
: f 15. < I. .ir.-. i 1Iii tl.e r.-w!> <>t hu lit-4.1 It ttun xvuitti'i d! Ri!!!leruen ot t the I'nittd) Sf:des. lt .iuhurit:, of of Nmbea ir. rf &c f, T. 1, R _>, N. rth
a >nr t-* thsta(t. MIHBJ.M rw.f ty be ,ei %< d an the coj'Iaiaar.t'4{ iirilorw.tSin Leon, ( Jadsdt 11111 l Franklin, andkr >wnasll.euFurlifs and
J' l.Ml T. \IMJKX, !! .- '*a :ii.I i.'e, .id4i'wtsar. J iu ti:lee ptaei.- thi: DtpartHieiit "f U'ar Ju-t r.-ceivcd and t'r sale Cat, contamme acre* and a frartion Ate,
,I .t.e nil.'ith anti -n i nrot a c.y| a.I sail bill ; Pur hait toourdilt! ;utl.ori7rd) a'rnt, rae
siif iiia1 Ti' C..1.1 II. ('o. r'r ,*.n ti.' .:tc to on- < I inlntil!>.. - Sy P. A. HAYVXRD."October ether lot of land, described a' Jol <>\\*. .17 : Btnn.ninz .
ltrnt in tiemitt
n f tnJ lu dt tvilt th r *uf, < :ltd bill ol ci>upl! ai.l lii. be Mr \ BLTTNER.. th" of Q'tinrt.Ji .
.. I i I-1-5 17 ':..nu'n. s!. ::0. ,. u th u-. r.itit.n, th: r.iuyl an4 l at r.l l lti 21, I-1 IIatf at a gum tree twenty chains toil *J< aat'' |
, ; X.rt.mVn- tak*-n i A* < ,nitce.e:4 I !,> th.ui 4g1 n' tht. <* >:t< 4t>t t'.aiiUI' t >Iah i <>nth< ba<. nail.- Northeast corner of the Northwest quarter| ot Sec J
c' : ihat. within Uv ? i> djythe cezimal'.ii.aut,; LEWIS 11 RTH, inu mid ICopc.fxj ,
lie laa'i .t oj<. tine tiiteen rtirbiu; n.ri4 <u< s T. 1, I!. J, North and fa! .t, and
S.Lt1bN. u.t > MiIza rammc thence
S1b1ttD .ii 1 IFJ2ESalsbe
;; r Land
p 1 fl,4)I ; rati- tin ordt t. $*e | uMitht I in the lie i lun,, at Tnntrn nf th' .Ipalathitolu Co. 1 ,
tar .1. IL. I'4)A&'NC. tract tilt ,la: !. "I| the th' ,tt and tliow. pi ces I l.att .1 ;:; Cosiiaton Sooth fwentj chains, thence West fwenr> rhaint
,I_ 1ar TiliaTu.s! v, AIM! that > uJ iiublit itu n be itinned; Janu rt in 1 l'l' Pia- ,
it' irti.ti.ueJ I 1 IS !, !, i htid iu INt.ru ':th N II, hl.iaai. thence North forty chains, and thence Soa'heitj:
tl1itkI -1. I iJ't
: .5
: : ) in >Aitmr> four
ci j 1 In \t ji't it t I mill u RKtiini Fo .r, which in-nth OF' ) W. :M\C\E! No t ifC.J1Ifl coils Rope, for -ale bv direct line to the bermnipz, containmz 'is< arrwud

-: ..4s -etI..i)! ii <.1 1 of |liii hap.; '..t'lib! iwelltd as Large utlmt Jn'' of .>vilh. in Cirtuit ol i ijndacf anJrr-.ijn, luh autlinri7 as ntrf the STARR, LLOYD *; FL.GG.5.ternhr a fraction. Which land amount in lh< whole to

: c ft tin} tr. fUinj; n-d r Mf-d ultratrodtt, .'i.'iiut tf ( ] a lrAt.ti L TrusTvts r.f the \|>alarhi' <.la Land Company 13. lfa ?P. S 3's2 acres, and will be old in one tract, cr in lobto

; .. rpm : 'Itdt: .1 !i4 wlcaira i-.m< ri < f.r tiny i;
$ .1. CalitIUIk'J .'ij.jiiv 4.t the IK -I O\ 'IKUS t'feurk .:i ie .mvmianII ; 1; i'lorIa--lI.de! C iicnll, lolt : of !md within the Forbes irrha-e, as hate of t been J crsj :iHct Linseys. The terra cf sale, hj the decree, ar.TS followi! :

t I < t *1ard. .i unii ifuwrit- r i'ii, ;i t&aI will t1 M 'ii i:. b': Ii,:t-1 bu l 14151| .,tij r + lfI I Ins rr-.i-.on IN \NCLIY.! :flt ihsi.osi'i! or by sn.1, Lmd: I'amanV. Peruiteiv 6CbE>- Ka.r.cya, Otieffttt of the |'ur.-ha.e money to bo paid in Bin ty

4 :- !<3wl ta -. r*< t Ih IB 'i[ b. bia I: i It m ai.% IUIM. 1 i'i! j ILi: Ie was atu kt>I .a.tIi this Ik .tr in I'thcr D. Dole. (\ .. U.uinl, aqi.iit, twsinv. 'n had ,vith the subscriber at Lin'<-jd. dna Irita the day sf f sale' : the residue c u a credit d

I SkfL'-ita.i.! aL. .1 'i a '.* .aJ .u ,! *, : ', V.. i. i to ..,; ol tl.-. .'4''t'l S-.sijurtll ar.J] i l Ua ,Kii; fik j ft r or in the nc iihlrmrheoah l of Q nnrt or Ictt'-r* max I.cdirec'ed Just receited and! tar ale bySTARR rifle, two, three and ton: jeir-, pas ible IT instal.nent .

I tbCa.it.l ft. j. I b ii 4 I i K ''t'y' t'he'I; that all other in. divines hax) John liUe vfendalit } 'kr.or.e. to him, through the IV-t Offices, at that LLOYD fc FLAGG. cured by note : the tnttrut m rath tnital.mwt .

.ru.scd! tIle i .1 cflf 11114 an.re, I aent .an! procured \ ln t- Septauhcr 1 ?, l&Jf.;. S .
: N. .i. I'ut at< f.iitiI4! ar partMi at \t>< si i'lace and Tallahassee payable annually l"p n pjvmentof the e.
ahnlta4nti4t. Not 7,1-1-;. 10v tP., _,,(1 !,v die ti.M he had taki it all' I e.t.itlred If IWH.K .t.bliJ.! d to tlcsjtis'artiontf the Court \MES E RETTNFR: Jlz nt IN CH \NCERY.Hefore tjre purcha- taorev. the Tro-feps arc tn rowernStoesectte
4 b )l.na Ail!. I.. hci'.e-d tlutlfU dttCIuillit baa ULltVid from tat State, SO
i s j.laci.> -he tHlLfXk bright aflte Tsuta'n'.aff7a' .qpaaaehketa Len'! Co. deed of the lands to the pnrcfTcierpur

: et Itooks, Ac.D'"U5 .: tl I 1'' ;.y--r ,1: n ene In til* ))4Cti aid liM-. froraIb (lit (ai(1ittIt ( fores, cannot lie M-ited U|>->n ... i. It January K, 1-1'i *. fi Iti the Virc Chancellor of the First Circuit. cha.
it tun ti.l! the tall of iS | |, li. *rti.inti; nrtrrtrou'jl. it tkitrfarr, danced and tiiltrn/, that a li jriiii; onIht Andrew S Garr, Administrator, .Vc, well a* a pHt rf the wh .'e 1.1 iN. arc lied with tit

iVfrs Hi*' >iv ,uf (Ia' r.1.r&ieion. r'm 1 liiui At Hut tune he beeanied-, which !acU charged iii the Cill, be hail! at Tai.aiiasteat ,.\wr\oTiri:. and jbcrt !Morris, papers in the rau-, to wliich rtlerepre can be Lid
-. ('f, .. 4..I ,n.dia at IJ i t, Fr. st'
,
> | Ihe Cuuit-l'ou-pV.on) the Second Mond.it ltbruait HE urJi r-i'ncil! Late united the
< ..utiri.Hut.t.I! |jst Mar< h, whcu Ins right t-t<- rie.ime in T in prctireol LE>LIE \. THOMPSON.THOMXSH. ) -
S Piai.rt.i1 l IIi..t'r I i t' .1 I .it.-s ; r..bl.r34tu.. I olllii and the -funK-nt time Law. TLt will 'enl! the -everal Conrts .Teceh Delafield and Lewis Cutti, Jraife"-
< aftcc'i 4 ; I, ,ru that to the felt eye,< oror'nj the tit \t ; : is re j-Jired in meantime > i o. KAGNER. 5
i..-v Li.'lit 1,1 th !1ic iii M." > r 1-annly I.iaa- i litolf!, tttsj that he wam a irt; at me isurcil I't pitar| and) pita I or >n-Utrt-j. unit ('fttnd Law and Enntm thf Mu'dlc' Cir'-ui' of Florida Trustees ut the Apabchicola Land Nuvrmber 2'. l I.

; ti ia! *'ni *n< nl irv : .\! I."i I- : liv < lati! . .vm *.ii'i bill K I by 1 liwis | rom'.i! <1. .//<
%rn,14 L-rt ir..- ..,. M. ru Ili-t-.iv Life ot "J srtm K ,uvxii ;t.iit Stnd-* rsaparilla* was the only ouUrnl, that a top:, ol the bill atid! order be serted U -stern Circuit .\l-*<', the District Court of the NOTICE TO CREDITORS New, Eiten'ye anal Sseudid

L'i h. r. ?I... MK h< : I! t.. P. .pi. b' Micb. '!' 1,1..fli< i-ie I iii it bad ter dooehitn aj.t g a!, I appltt'it tit Miten d tu d. :> udant, or a cop cf this rider tie United Stat. s ((0 hi. h lr r'l! af TahI..he.e.ee. and the *'upreme STATE OF NEW YORK, ss.-In |>urs tance cf a

: I.j,4 4 .tattfl.tt \tz.'ni1j-tii ': dmtN History$ a.t 'h< t In Mr tt.-' \j 'llnrary at K-i-tun( for rifre I'eIt pubhxhfd in *>tu4- public newspaper) ot this Ftatet'cr Court of th f. t< ot FlnndiTliOMXS order of this court, made in the above % -OKTMr\T OFLn

t aMh-L U ',l'fli.'il ; I ij/.tt Itat .rv ,f'i ZiJ ii.ia; :i- I ikcii ntleen italian! woitli! '.h.h has rernotnlt the space ol three iu-mtu at lta.st, before t lie day ot R\NI\LL. entitled cause, and dated the twenty-eighth dav tf :: .
.
Ili,2.trZ.U4 M.c.iiic
,
0 of ; ISta1: IM>. TI10MXS H. ; July t* t. whereby >tb u HIT. IMf.NER. among
t!.< liufr. r iroui his .:.4ia ant liearti ;, and he IDWap : m -iibseniber.. have ju.t received pert* War.
; ... Heonorav:! ; Tw L.'n .Int'n ; Stt vart'SJaj {;, 'a -t f,1 eiiteI. .a.aI ra-lioallv w,. I vtrtU !hId'- lallahaT, Oat.her 21 l 1 1'P1.TIOMS Alt ;rne\s and Co'insellors! at Law. dud and directed that tie undtrsiin d. one cf the JL caller and Almcda, a central and full
assort-
We Ecni Mjaal.Mi4 Haia
ertj.\ < > ; 'Hook < b lll !I.I ii ii..-. "att.;.r trot.l-e! might have rK u avt.i led RLT2ELLJi. Tallaha&see. \ brun t >I 1,1 I !-'. 31NOTICI. ma-iters of this court, do adtertise, acc rdinz to law rnez.t ot

1 Cannes : Hfautu anti ue a p.x-k'-t Kook T'f>'lHr TctiiptYainvbt i t tilr ta> 't1 h. uitdi'r the A true a',: % \. \\\ :. porati< n' )having (iaiYfl4. dtbttr demands aiain-t ,

A .*. ililis ; AtntorriV ruui Iha.I.JV! tor womi i. lyilr ine i ::!! tu lt jtementsoi t it. iiaiilaCt tIn factot ti r it itue the lest : IX.\fcR\ENY.fl.rk, JO'-.N' : ?> DD"VALWILL the !late firm of C.irnrchan X Mitchtl, if Satannah.protiditl Ton-i-tins: in tart 't fine and medium qualities
rc a..aiu.t.I -
iCe ; l. l.-atid .VKftiur<-sjiithf Hkv ).1.3j- r,-s.>, i.n'1] I It i.l it Hit| OluLe! tl.i. .- tart, kn'..unto Bv: JOHN C. Krt:\. iep. Cl'k. resume th |,raf "f af t Law. OMICC I for in the tru-t deed of Octitius Milchd French and In! li-h b'ark Dr.-ssar.d! Frock Coats and

I tun- : Iii i, r's
: : Lt4.ni Pract.I Sirgtrv ; ( $!atjjI auiirti d! in lik' liinn.r. ftelin t'sli .oiitutiou tin Neveniha r. 7. l 1-J I' < i.., !I4-1-;. 1" dated JHhpril( 1"W. to present their said Sack and I rrc* ( o -, vrtout-: Blue, -tkandCfe--

tic u.cjn; \Ia-iiMc CJ art* ; Mis> JiiitbcrV .ViJ- *-lira i, L .t.i-.t.i ..<_zt. kk. d..a i ti.. laiius, iit-i.13 area teoiand, wlrri the etnlcncethereof t<'r Cloth Cl.akSatin, Silk, Ca.-bKit.re and Cloth
New O..k. Fr 'ucli ui'Ytu iiuui: & 1I.tiUt', : : sIIpteata Coon ICrpnifs. '-eats.
dr'4)lIiIJ(14 l l.-arnn-t
r ,
and the
d t :..In !t.frT.irJipntf u'il.s'ic'1! by a day at a place 111 city of New York
ST and! sale tfiis his
.T't lor at Ollceor
,
; Germ in. Itului ; L ir< nu ,' I Ir.wh Iictiaxi : \N\\H \V. RECK, > Mun stM. j r. .'i. IMYUUD. to be fixed fcr that purjK.se : and that"-aid master fix Also, a (.fnrral tsiorlmcnt of[

V freu.in tli<- li'irky M'Miltaiu ; The .\ctur. 'litFr .6iufiuIk. R'ntvn, ftcfclrr! I'i, IMTht >. rrdlt May r s. 1t4.! 12 a [retnptnry .lay for the txhibit.on s-I aid demands ; hosiery Gloves, Shirts, Collars, Scarf, CranlsHanakr

arb CV kirnt) lUtt>N Scrap llaa; ; IIwind -' a| ( k. and that all such creditors as shall not come in and rchitls, stocks U-adjUffting ,a new article)

: hin..iu1i' <' Captim O'SulIivan, Le'M ; and laadim| ; oath that the ab .fe .Tlitlcatr. I f.t r.lVi> M. \} l>'r, Jii.tice of the Peace, prove their deman by the time so to be hinted, cf Ladies and Gent's Silk r.derhirts, Drawers.Sas-
t L/C L'.nd. Attar Gud, l.j ol a | fi *u-cr >ua.i;
in n : siirh
farther the
1 time shall
hr as raa-ter allow for that
I 1)han.jaaIi oei.tM-d, ati'ltaltiac'its! therein citit.iiiH.fl, .il Liii to th t > iv-llit i..i of debts coming ponders Hats. Caps, Boo's, shoes, Silk and Cotton
.10 true Ik fore lap, flUE I5Y WM. GlUnoro NEW JERSE WILL jurrose, shall be cxcludtd from the berefit cf the Fmbn-ill*, steel Frames Also-Cloth Cass.nen
) :I ;mi t i'lri.Ii't i nrft Mi.-s'ralc-'i! Court ,
.& Tl < ,,! 3arite-CIirt" > ,
i JAMB* RICE. Justice ndtnl! ho J In- style, are
: Courts the xery
ti.. erIaew lod:tioim.f Cibks, I'rav- apa second Monday cf prepared
wort : pIerJstl For futth! _' bv I: ,,( Lul.t Foot, iln.i Sally to all 'ich and' to t
Hurr. J..r. r jurtieitlark and c a< InsitetiJeMe ofitssiiiierjorx HEw.- niMith t 1mr t tnai persons orporatior* present to manufacture in the bet and most hionable
Kxlivr Sc< tt, etcrt | urpos-
L er Sh.iKpar4 (brel l bCol. Ui'liain' R. Juhmm their said claims debts and demands
iluo! t with the
uiid inVir ,
; aittlitey. e e pat'.tiLik., which evidences and for ca-h
manner, at reasonable
: ] All!I business eoi'fided! him xtill! receive rry
Stall.. \ liui. 1 -* >. ''1r.t-. < r' !Ja1C4 to !his JTICW
-
2 luat ite oti'.iiiKtl 11 f A ili', i.ritii. and stt'lements rffected with buy community
I attention
4 IIwiu ,iv.rriiiii.ii In 1-17.1.1 b au ctrvS Pr.. pir, I 11 uJ s..Id by A. II *. I), \MlS, Iru.gt. sail s ii.oM| t Sir Hjrry Saltruni, \ViKair! Ihivtr, little proujit !' as street, in the city of New York, bxthe fourth irenerelly, are requested tu call and t-xamme GOT
tlt'iy coll.clionsIli
Lti..I 1. as possible. rff/utstttl,
ii (
isa- : ; .. Fallow, V.iara1sire. R thin darn of /ratiis dax! rf Janmrt next nt twelte
I b'. I. \YW\RD). I'ilta.nir $, ear '4 %tI.im! N. V. | \af a we' de Xtlthout SUlt.f.'i o'clock at rioon. stock Oar cloth ins? we can warrant as being well

: I s .IdaJs by LFAVISitIIXT IUl'nef'sMlTHA. s K.w t. i IM, Marr, R. stu s, ard: iiiiLlitr-an; is out O'lirc in the north-c-i-t ccr.ier cf the bisen Datedew York. "Sentember ?d. l- | ;. made, .nd not hat in. to pay tie taan ifactcrs profits, IC
CTI.I V ol the d m t.| Tire.a'>n, I by the site 4 1 Sir Hal STEPHEN C4MHRELENG
.t.iiILiiiIat'S % LIV. P.i.tr.1a, F It %VlllIING.St.I M-rk,, < nt ol I tl):e Court-hous in the purchase if them, we think we can sell the
.,nat I bx titu4ists lliroti.'b..ut he United 'i 1hia a'!)".e Inn-f is now .t.ideii; at the ;plantation Master in Ciianccr
the iMidj.: rf Jamurv! ISI7 I eurallx I ; TalKihass, Sej;teruLer !Il, IS l't fR same jtiVity cheaper than the merchants cenerally (
OVIOOV.. Siat.- .f C l. UM M \A\VFLL. about four mile a at Aarnt'n S. G.tnn, SPr.
S iUa at( .nticello, it! .. HI 0x111- Call and see. At the old stand on Msnr.ie stCLXRK .
ty, all lint pia- t
tnu in J.flain< <'oiidt\!t.r.4iaJ,4fliMa! a br 1 i a :*;. I (if I iv .lie ir. r-(pat tmllt I r.. ,its.tiil to re- : oi a Ietta r In.ui \V'.t. (..I3po\ i.a.i.: | the /1 CA'K1? Sid :md Hants! fr -:tl > Kv T.illahunoe. Nc'.emls'r 7. P-tr. 1' II
ii'! 11't! it SniV Ser aianlla hat lus ln-er (a''11.1 ol tin Not them triarupion, Fashion:" Tax Collector's Sale.Ic. .
.
: is l
: taim if U'ta it Cilj'*'rk.. Ijt..f J (i. rs n rur.: # KIM HEFT .v LINDKNDERGER.Octolxr'JI .
S. ..?nj 1.ll-2 n t k ii blttinesiirii reuiaik'tbie ol Shadow is awitiiii r iil( .1 iW< rpstakcl"0', ) eu- Co-Pi rln cri Ip.
d
: < m<>r or I---. : end l.nd !H- aaIa1 tI t : t'lt lln.-4 'ilM! nit Jtss t.f dlsca-.es t'i tkhith the ItUm tr..tee-fva' st..rtdl, I two lori' its, in I Js',7. I bndRjnitttso 'hall! on the second Monday i'i March next, T lIE ura1ersin&d have anociCi5led them ctrP9 to-

; db au -iaI 4LM .Miaiii is -iibjfct : then lore a->k tot Sawli' Sarpnili 1''tut !In him. IK is.uie, haul gel; ttir, and PJUXTS ON'LY7I7 eNaofor( sale bcl ire the Court Hou-e d oin the Sfflur in bu-mcss und r th" tirm cl Bl'LLirRFTTORlU

d..nt.Wl 1 1). MOsKLKY.dui: : La. :i.t| 14kj mi > |i'r.I hi.Nx k ii inn I h n.ro\ed, ii| .is roil 1 horses" city ot Tallahassee, County < f Leon, the followint '. are now receit ing and nRr for sale a

: iCfff' !. ( oiltitt \ A 7, [I I] I 1 >. I 17JKlna ___I>" :wnr I I.h, L iM';. r** jti. N-rttw'.ir'! 7. 1-1. !I'< desrrihfd [ r4p.rty, nr so much thereof as will pat choice and well selected af-rtme t ot Geo
.. HAIfVAaiD Jr. ] WSLL the State and I'ountvTaaea due thereon f'r tl.e tear corner ct Clinton and! tooroe street cpj ositet"e

: Firr In.:, and known as the Blake corner, I
} .
} TNI'ulUJs! ; ins fii-i-ds and! tl I,. :
; p.t'
:: ? J : & BUKWSTKK: : E: i S W 4. Sec 6, T 2, R 1. N ami E purport into where they will be pk-a.-eJ to see their f'dlnend! *
% il.at; |1. l b .
luk tltesl. !
IIsrlfvV.1, C'onccctinit.T 2 t >s < !l r ; iII. t and all those
t \t't j-/i... at t :M-it: I'd T. il mil d F.T /sz i TlM \(. i,, .. u tut above! c-t ..bJJ 14 CIDAU:! STIIIT: : belong Wesley Forbes, Trustee, &.c. who arede-troiwtf r>prcha. iugCHEAP
j. f. : : t. GOOD5
!Z4 S i Lot No 17'', original plan of the ef TalIahasst.e
3 j:1 i -.. K.. .j i C ,11t lluiiv 1ll lit I'm nt, (lorni rlt ARMIS- city -
T.iIIi ... l'' 11. 1- : |ta'.a NEW \Ol\K\ tie
T .. purporting to belong to Wn Miner They are prepared! to fANUFACTl'RE. in
i I '
1 t. t s1
.i.I 1.4 I. i.H .1 n 11 I : :
.g. r-- Liia1t Where in-conrenfriltd! neinv: all the NEW STYLES L< ts Nmms. 2">'S and 2 >', North addition cf latest and most fashionable tle! garment that
i Tallaha any
1. .. .. nf, liiiiH l fILL l f :' ; .V\l> :MEDIC,:i I\FS: 1:1: at- li- .tl.! lilt d ut', vi thu tl I in,v be :able To inAc! nIl city -
K. 'ITINI' : I, cry .1 PIJINIKUCLICOLNwhiel I
A.- -i! 'it. \ SMI litva: been !'raauccaI! ve, purporting to bt lon to estate of R. IJ may be ordered! at their es!jbli>hrnent. and will assure
.. tHi; I I u |.j > < ., r.I I this
I itirtod
I in i\ ini to t e Inc r.ktm > in ciiiulror | tor the fall trade, and tlif-e who ma pafroni/c them, that tey wJ
fd.J1.h'al. tt .1 'utica '1 gaiudt u wn..ttI *no.I t"'j'' i..u .f' r'o.. ln.pt that t hi'.e xxho < ..II in:iy he uluced to continue .n>. rrt. rt.l lor s.al!. hr C.'tSll OU APPROVED endeavor to zinc sati-liction
ati
t a. 9 a. S' is II. : ec 1, T 2. R 2, N and E; W1'iS'W 4, Sec .1, T 2, in every rest.]
il tu- md Il "IKfc Sf alt with and
i f SHKRMXNS patn.iu st faa
) t a IIe ; > me, t
I N ,v. r II I, l-r. 17 WORM, t t it < ; i. cMPioitniRIIC: > in th ab-x-fHt, of titter ol l then, !jusensjerwl.o ( KEIi at R 2, N and E ; E J N E 4, Sec I1, T 2, R 2. N and Their assortment comprises,m part the fUowing

lure Prices Greatly IJcdiiccd l E ; W i S E 4, Sec. t, T 2, R 2. N and E : IV4NE Superior French and Enslixh Broadclothi,
( O,1)U( ( ZtZ.9t 'zfxa: I:. l .a r: ,t I iii,, txint t'a. stof. will Tablet with; no di'< nti<,n, as prn.tte
4, Sec t, T 2, R2, N and E containing t3 acres, Do. do. XSMMFU'C Do. d. FANCY: do-
"I. t iUi <.I! a ,iii.i.t :i l.it l--jif jj.sil.UMV (1.4'< tunrecari b' hid by apli[ .itioii to i.itThe Within tin hat few diys.

S flf(1JCSToS.NZ1htINCLII : : >, PoiiR M\VS !PLTF <, ll.e l 1.m-tein Sta_t- ...irritttn.. AluUi'a s, Wtdnestlati and ?} I IiirahIL.r4 an giitr.aiitaC(1 the prices-ar.il l.tIriottirir| to belong to William Hail and the Southern l-y.: TLVS.

', tJJt, Li .2 ,,t t'sI eg th 1.,1T.awint dii ''li. i i M unit !n -t | !'jsti r tt. i tift'r. d! I i ill, | ll'iiiet Fr, ?hk->, at 7 a'chsk, A. M, and departs on ".M"n- allow! :iu made! l I. r a n.u i }panel. Lift Insurance and Trust t Company. Satlin, Silk. 1rlii I. Clolli. UooIIfn Intel dl.

I.ramh : .!..aiie iet,"Pr. luaioVii j pie'e.J. La I"i.i. i .r IC'itiiat.su, Pai-isiu Siie JLoL, Stl -'l! tt'i uL- dn.Ytdiida l slid tr-dixs! alb /. Ictk, I'. M.'Hi ::j- t aialo Uts (riiUWctl .,!ati) ronirli.il dail )- i Let No. 1-, North-wtst addition the city ofTallaliasee UKADY-M.IDK CLOTHLYGFine Black

..... I'a/j .1* .--La. I It!N"riua ijn i ..i1; *., Tulijuua. Trai-ucos, llalittiaIWalia ni. &rflit. -. N'uilln I in v:...,< d.iails| t ilIima (lithe!> altirlhearnt I iCiillj.iliiii the pint *-an |>!a< fd 111; the hand of purpcrtin to belong to II. II. RaakiD, Enzlih and French Dre s ir.d Frock Ct>iN. rredion

., F4)1:1Ii: : OTc.JOIN, -r AM al ol I the l-..i.i, m, t'tl returns ihi? same day, at buy., JIM! M nt will!, noodj ordered.S Acent. aitmality d?..French Cas-imer Sack C-afs.d. Tweed,

4 The ab >if CiKtrs awe ail (,1I l, and Acre scle< tt' i iitli inLIILSI: .,,, i.i'.4i&Ia! M,>rt.\ ., c.>ids, oM.K-k, 1 I'. M 'Ihe ',\V-tern St:iue arntu here 1'lnubt.r 12, isl I-;. s IjATTOJIXHY Lot No 2, Sec 32, T 2, R I, N and W ; E }, S E iiack.; P.rowti, and Plaid do. Surtoufs and Orerciati.NT .

: car.- ;\i. I ala -sirous *>f elosins ray |MVM.Mittock Cttln, V ..tina iSt' < din at the l.'ifi-1, < o'l.'iiuip- in tin:e to ak. Ihe F-.sti m l.ue, and departs on Mon- 4, Sec 32, T 2, R 1, N antI WV; j N W 4, ice :>, P \ \LOONS ,ot cxcry description Lirjc nssrrt>

t 4: of Cja! I will m U lieiu at ttry low prices IAIdiIIt IT i.i,idrtd til- i-fi. rain4ii| <.t.t ntulainiii. .h.4. %Vcilticl. ,iait Siturt1i'a: at n'eIecI M. JOHN IItINL', T 1. R 1 N and V.'., containing 202 acres, pir'ort. merit ef VE>T"s, also of II.viery. Slmt Glota, a
} Those wh wi-.li t.< !,ax? by tli ba x nil! n'l.J u
( their lvan i' c< Ttili! it, s (roiu ,."rs<.Ti I in Lt.lt.laii'luii;, rts9 lit Ibis IIM pass n rrs will t ike Ihe Mail Uiut at VT LAW nii to belong to A. F. Dutal and the Union Dank tf Crat ats.Scarfs, filar-', Handktnrm>,tlt .w'jibtirj
a > < I the
4 ue tit. un < xatu.nc aia. Flondj.W I
a lin/.i.\ 1 I'Kfl.ti.r.in had liattaliooriiie It* Ahtl! teliicola and! Stocks Ties ca'rfs icJ.c. .
i U gratis, lv a|> ( on Mondays Opera StmpendcraSatin -
!I.. A. \YIVAR1! >. (iuincj. 1'Morid.i. J S W 4, Sec 31 T 2 R 1 N and P.'. I,
I p!i* .in I r i-, i'' .
I .k' -r'vviihcr,-'- -2l- l 1I'. .- -----_i I'ir. i .. Jituiv 10, ISKi. 2"? tf A. G. \RHALL.. Proprietor \\T11' ;itlciid! (he Jnsdcis' Courts of ladsden W i N E 4), Sec 27, T 1, R I. N and W., contain N.wember 21 1, tSP1. l> J. PRFTORIUSCSrolh -

= .11 n 'istrate's (Joinf.iitirrof QuiiK-t.Noteiiibtr 7. |i'.l|.,. i- :iH (the Circuit Court of Middle! Florid lug 1a51 acres, purporting to belong to Djrid Robin CV
: ?% offer. and the Courts m the :idj tceiit Counties ot Georgia. son and! the Union flak of Florida.I IRE-It

..:.'- rpIiI: the Sad District, Leon Count-.. % LL per. fl itil.| !.tcd ho the st2lecf M os nil"., \otcinbi. 12, IM" H tlJ ..tNos. 77, 7-, ",') an 1 *>0, North addition to the

I xx ill h..I! tli. ir uil Court 0:1 th second M <- XI. l ati at| J.-> isou <'iiuu> tUit-a.Sfd, will rti.'kiitutir ; _J;yN intl 1 eam) city ot Tallaha-sce, }purporting to belong to George

I Oa> o1Eaitz.'a'r IUf urn dat.4th IJeretntit r. J lni ..Int.pMiir! ) : ,.t I > flicsuu-cnUr : aiid tl.< .f 11a
., Vt1au. J. XV. S i< rtxoo-l .ai.I| 1.1.rt I>cles, ire tht- iaifus 1)1. .JNO. G. GAiMHLK Jr. AND a few hiirnifGRS55EED5. ittrtb or
SlV4NW.See1ST3fl2.Nanjp.eonain.
1 t. uusi s i i 'tat.i maj j>re out thftu) f.rP.tttI.Ltt
.Til Ti; "1 I'ourt. ( udiraii t ', Lucerne and! iUue Gr.x.11 i.-t received
Taiitist o trs his .
arr.g'ai.t | in tii A'Imziii.iriiti.r within u.n lnrf re- OFFERS ProftSiional services tothe citizana in? li> arris, purporting to belong to the heirs of
the Pnu store al VMESTallahisiv
tit the M"trait's tli will !I.. b-it tuIIectii Lf'IN: v -
,
Te one e
hIu1iLat| ili\ law, or (I It: :. will If litrn nl nruvirv.Sn :ihasstcaii.1 its ticinittNot Lu.Iy C. F.rnll.
I .- (14Jttt. wliirh n iLL he urflcr lo! dirertum t,| n I-M. SMI1U JMllN,. : -. |1'i, lsj-; {. n tf A. A. FIShIER Slunir, No\ember 21! !l"-ts.! 1>___ L

:. ; jrily nl the t.tid< rsimxd Justirrs. Earh ofljot r \\i\i\ < ritT and l.a held r-M onsilile fir Iheip< rj in I.is h./-! i? ] M D. PAPY
| juit : / r
( December I''I
) :Tiu.O-tolj; r .1.l | sj( |t., '.f$2iX >, I > P. yu I tab ,
', frr roliuctjoo. O.1i--e, for the present, at the <% tirtllame. Proj rn tr iUTILI.. AT HUM, and ready lo ATTORNEYl) COUNSELLOR: : AT LAW, I 'It1'

IcotiieanlleoiiiliKidale: all! Iii Iru lids. To .
Ins; fr.ends lie him .laspcr, llaniHIon County I.'lorltla.Ni'.tiiibr ILL rratiro all tie! Courtin the NiJ&0 t1tl
r. i:. \RTLinr, j. p. m'-ith* t.fIi date I hall apply to the lion. turns than1.lor! fortntr lavors, 1' Iti. I', FANCY GOODS. in
J.S.. ISARRY, J. PKDV.D. I'i and I f>r tinfiilure, htldi out all I t lie i inducements ofa Circuit. Otlk-e on the fir-.t floor of the Capitol
Ju-i.j all| Ir.'nte! .f LLOII C
.-, : 1 M. \vi:> r, j. p. iIl_ as Kutor of lit Ukt will n vfrrdi-.mis- -joiiil i.iblt pro! ijit attention, and all (lie ddii acics IUATTORN : () 'fl: !, South win:. n .>m formerly oct.ipi-d by tl"Sxcretarv

r. arMHr M. l-4'l. 17 t.ItL. VVaiers'KiM. -tanvnt a f winch lh<- beautiful tillage!! ol (Z'iioay ran a(lord.II. .- rtarc receiving a larse as-nrtricnt of nih h and of| the IYrritor\ .1q
CI1AS!
S
MHLI.Y.
..- I I. is liol subert| to cli.iige; and has no ilcsjn other V lashionable FAM GOODS amon which Naive'nt t ',. isis. i7
iota I II, |l'l.;. M
K < ad*.pt. 2.o W 1i1i ,re emt.n..idart.1 Muslin Tithes, Iiareies. Ca-ilimcrcs,

J. Hi i let. Ailui'r.\ ; ISC NT1IANS.I F.Y: ANI> OlI.NsFLLOR: { AT raw, Motislinde Lime, embroidered Clumi-cttco, JOSEPH BR VNCJI I.. o'B. Ba.teCiL. a

,. with the will atine\i d, ui A1>1. : niontl.s attar date, I si/! pr>-
1iny. 3eeeaed. rnuut ami.l I vntct..ra to he 11in iu.ti.! .4 l'ro-t. iU2ts, iltiti kkiIioiti. WILLatttndtb.t s. ural Courts of Middle Flo Thread F..lzinge and Inncrtiucs i .\ND COfX' KLLORST Lt"

In Cliaztecrv. in ;ind for the Coii'itof J<.il. r-o i, and a,>|>lfora QR. CASK" IJIand": Madura Paine, I ) ,Uur County Gtorgia.Jaiuary GIote; % Mills. Tluhtt Scans, TVLllIir.. FLORIDA

; 'S Miry R.roles, K\e'x c>f Joi1ib fl i- Itary.-js; Adniitii-tr.itriI (the < ,!timfa .,1 VillianU. 1 I .r., L P. Wine, :3, lal'1 >. Jliionth Lidif-t: Silk I Cratats, Artiiiciak. THHIR connect ti withtlu- Sootharn; Life ImmstI

Ko.xles, dc-c'd, rt.ts, < diuxcmii 2't bask, ts Ch:iiupiijiip do Thus t Silk Fringe &r.. &.r., for sale low btIMRCIIE'IT ; &. Trust C.>in,>jn\ listing entiril ceisd. 5g
N 1)11CC.X &. they will evlo i ..rto
1 LINDENDERGER.Octol hereafter girt their attention
ra.-k pale Rrandx f..r sale bv
; aj j>eaiii>e to the satisfaction <,f 11e Court. bt : : K. SMITH.! air. fiiptrior
IJIRMll.rr&( I I : L1MJEN1ER! !: > utter dale, I shall j'rcMnt my nr- 21, l i'l',. 11 their rot"4sion. C:
.S e ailldatit filed with the rriiilial bill in Iusca JcfK-r-ouC'm it\Ort ib! r 'II t I I 1-1 I.. 1 rt Oro :ER.
; Novcm':.. r 01 I 1-lu. ] Ktoiinls and \ourlurs to the I lion James M.Gil- They will attond th.Siiprerm- Court of the 5t te,
that the said Mary Rot.lt F\ectitn\: JuJL
.:: i : >IJjtxlfs.e, di-c'd.. refills l bton.1, l the hunts cl tac > Su ar 'litiei... lin-t, Ju l. ecf Probate lor the County of Gadsden: C'oarli 1'IitJ2ItIiiI and each ot the Court- fair the Mid H Circuit. dma da
and! prafir a final discharge front t the Adminislra- March 7 Pats.
.1 State nf I lorida, and la tlitate t-f \'irtfiiua, on uiotion I !OZF.N; \CRY\OMITI: \ j-i-t rc<-, unl and! W.: Ci SADDLi AND HAKXCSS .MAKING. | 33
lion i-it| tl.e tstatu ol Anhibal.l Smith Sr !late of
44 of the Solicilur 1 irMidcrtnpiamt : lit 1, I tar /ol! b; I P. A. IIAYWAKI). Atloriifyllontltrllo fllLaw, said counlv, deceased.WILLOUGIIBY. Thos. Jeff. Heir. maC

'.... 'Hut the rfaid Mart Rj\l, Executrix as iifo.e.aicI.I.clo V.xtmVr >'l ISI.. IS J. !'. 1IO> ATTORNEY LAV
[Jefferson( County, Florida I S. GREGORY, Adm'rQumcy VARD, AND! COUNSELLOR AT
.1. aiid the inal bill filed Ilrca'Jso ,
ansvttr oii in
-
111ar] Colloti (1i. attend the Circuit July I I. 1SI i'<;. Mi (>mIVoticr. plO.\C1I TRI1" !IER AND SADDLE AND HAR- practice the Superior *w
Courts in
of tho Middle .
aritl to tbevv Call< w by l he sat.it bhould tiot IK \\TILL jILLeontinuets. W* U
.. i... ret it.l.'.Si.c., within l< u i.K.ntl.slrom I Ibt-datcol I flu SIXTY SW COTTON GIN and WI UP and ol I Ilia County of Columbia of (he VNtSS MAKER, from North Carolina, respect > Jefferson County, and in

]>ubliratioii of lltt 01 1 r, cr the same arid the original ANEW: for vito! cheap at the Auction Store ol H isle rn Circuit i I II Inndi! months after date, I shall accounts fully informs the public that he n prepared to do all Superior Courts of the Middle District and the COOD1) -
;I' Mont ice!11 1(1 August 2-2 is if. f SIX present my work in the above line with ncatnci and ofCaliirnl.iijn theKa-tern DMnct It
bill in this cause til!! be taken for C4)liIetl :- Archer, ll*|., 1'aIaia'-ee.! ) : voucher to the Judge of Probate for Gad- and despatch, *ll'

: 1nd tt ufurl'trr orthnd That a copy of tins or.IIN Ir .lttIv I. ivji,. VI, JOHN! P. Din) AL. den County, and ask f.mr> a final discharge from the on very reasonable term. Hc can be found at Residence at Monticello, Jorti rton County
the attended 3'It
3LAWWILLI Coach-makinjr shop of Mr II. II. Perry Desirous business entrut with him willl lie promptly
,
> piiMi! )bed UI aZfle nettrpapcr published in the administration on the estate of \Vm Gilliland!, dec of

Middle District of 1ioiitIa, once a weeks ccutiiely : iiw \M II. I5ROCKENBROUGII St AUGUS ARChIBALD SMITH, Jr., Adm'r. permanently settling himself in Tallahassee, to.
would be thankful
for March U, IS U. 33
: for four mouths i. \X\VELL, will practice in partiicraliip. Quincy July ll.lS- O. patronape. I
AND NEW STORE. Tallahassee
November
S Dated Not ember 27, IS 10. They will attend the Counties the Alid- 21! IMG. 13P

GEORGE S. HAWKINS, Judge, Lc f"IIE I ,sulisrribt! hart mm<
.54 S A true ropy. Attest, L to the corner of Monroe and JelK-r-on itrctls, lies, in the Apalachicoli District. The county ol Shan, A.C.LMD tJ Tallahassee It.

't I. R. HARRIS Cl -tk. whtn th \ lia>eoii hand j !large .sorlrmnt of Fanftf Thomas, Georgia. The Court Appeals of Florida T IIE subscriber has made arrangements to be fur- Silk ShawN, Shaded Silk Shawls, Rest St. Louis city Mills Hour,

I December 12, ISI& 21 4rn Ma/>lr, nii'l Ituiiifftir Jtry Goads, wltctcd! with and the District and! Circuit Coirts of tho Unitid nished with fresh OYSTERS, daily at his Oyster Heavy blk. Zephyr s'.orstedAurora Racon Sides and Shoulder.

r great rare at.d attenliori, which they olfer for i-ale Slates at Tallahassee.WM Saloon Apalachicola Oysters will be received 'a Shaded oolKabjlc a Superior South Carolina Rice,

Quiiziiiep. very low for rash oulj All dtsirouj of purcha.;, RESIJENCL on Thursdays and Saturdays Families can be sup. .a xx 1 hhd clarified Sit ar, for preserving,

.;: Tus.r receitid a fresh UlY of QUININE, at K. pleaae call and examine the stock.I t II. RROCKENHROUGirTallahassee. plied by the quart or gillon. Ladies Velvet Ties and Craxafs. ju-.t received by r..t quality Leaf Lard,

1 Jt.'tlNAHIJ'S 1)rii&nre. ,. .'. II GKEKNUrKG: : At TO AUGUSTUS E. MAXVVEL1. <' DAMF.L T. REA BETTON X UIGGS.! Goshen Butter,

:: 4 Ti11i1ia..s: ; cy'r 7. 1ev;. 10 4t () tater2lUl lbL April IP, 1'-15. 30 tf Oetober3hISP1 15 November 7, Isl<\ If. Rectified 1Vhiske .
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