The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: April 3, 1847
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
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t A tery significant silence prevails just nor o t t rWa ., :

uooog the whig journalists and whig oratorsis THE FLORIDIAN. ? tipRlfr cit off from the Eneny;' :
respect to the new tariff an eloquence ottctitornitj .
r -a careful avoidance of the sub Rtol1oilaIC-L"ding the American Forces
jed which carries more persuasion in it than carrying u6tl-L.f of Capt. Ak .

uj words could write or utter. _- __ __ h_ ___ lurtis and seven mt7-11r'tm at of J"n
We were told by the friends of protection, Crux-Rescue of Rvgers-.* .

when we repealed the tar which they stnJ BY SIBLEY & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA\, SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 18 t7. VOL. %XVIII-NO.. The Squadron fyc,Jilipl
led to preserve,that we had done what would [From the N. O. Delta March sth.]
the public revenue at the time when ---- -- the arrival
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lI lessen --- -- --- --- -- ----- -- -- ---- ----- ------- ------ ---- ---- - an early hoar this roor
we wanted money most. The fact; has con. were buried under the ruins might be with. brutal than a savage. Now,Thompson,)"ou'\"e to us, t if the reports of a battle having been From the Along Orleans Delta, March 24.- ning,of the cchr. Portia, which
1 indicted their prediction. The treasury at drawn. The Admiral replied that be could ruined that hog of mine. He isn't worth a fought be true, that be was convinced it had ADDITIONAL PARTICULAR left Sacrifices on the Calt Pwel, ; are io
this moment it receiving more money from the not grant a truce, but that he would send a sixpence. He isn't fat enough to kill now, taken dace at Buena Vista, as he had heard Corrected Lit of the Officers Killed and receipt of the following highly interesting in,
pew tariff than accrued from the old. The summons to capitulate, and that if it were not and shall never be able to fat him, now you'vecut Gen. Taylor express his intention to take Word on the American Side-Genera telligence from the forces co-operating against
cash received for customs in this port alone, in signed by six o'clock, A. :M.\ of the 29th, he his mouth open from ear to ear. I tell ye, up that position in cane: of a superior force advancing Taylor his Arrival Vera Cruz. For the facts detailed we are
the month of February las, under the new would commence his attack on the fort and Thompson, you and I are done." on him. We mention this to show of Morgan Poo-Sat indebted to our correspondent and conversations +
tariff, was a quarter of a million more than in city. The terms of surrender! were accepted,, "Why, neighbor, how unreasonable you that Gen. Taylor was not driven a ture of U. S. Wagons by Jl1ollNYCa with passengers.
the month of February, in the previous year and at break ofday all the boats of the squad. are," said Thompson very gravely; the most Nueva, bit had voluntarily a Escape of a Lady, th Jlu Troops were landed, after: a rcconnolsanco
under the old ; and in the first nine days of the ron were sent lo carry off the rest of the gar. I unreasonable man that I ever knew, to accuseme battle ground of his own choice. We have just 4. our correspondent on the 7th, by Gens. Scott, Patterson, Worth
present March, the receipts of cash at this rison. The surgeons of the different vessels of such a thing as that. Why, the rase The result of this battle will shed additional at Monterey, more authentic accounts of Quitman, and Twiggs with _their aids andthe <
port were almost four hundred thousand dol. were likewise sent to attend the wounded of was just this, neigliborJoncs. Your hog was glory upon the American arms, and when it the great victory of our arms at Buena Vista, Topographical corps, which Ipproehec .
Jars more than in the first nine lays of :March the enemy, who were subsequently removed to walking out early this mornin;, and he came is recollected that it has been an open field than have yet appeared, and knowing the in. near the shore, towards the
last. There is now every probabilily that thc Vera Cruz. down this way, and as he was going by my I light, by a t force almost exclusively composedof tense anxiety of the public respecting the par. Castle, the guns from San Juan de Ulloa
estimate of the Secretary of the Treasury, liberal In this action, which was continued two barnyard: he happened to look through the j raw Volunteers, who have only bpt'1 em.hodl..1 liculars of this bloody fight, we hasten to lay opening fire upon the party, throwing shell
as many thought it, will be considerably hours and a half by two of the frigates: and I fence and see my poor!sheep running about with a few months, and against an armv of them before our readers in an Extra. and round-shot, but without doing any damage .
exceeded in the income we hall derive from four bv the third, eight thousand balls and one leg stuck through 'lother, and upon sty regular iroops four fold their own number, it On the 22d, Santa Anna began the battle to the reconnoitering party-the'round-r I
the new tariff.. By and by,after we have con. three hundred and twenty bombs were thrown word, neighbor Jones, he split his mouth fran has no parallel in the military annals of modem by various man u\es, attempting to outflank shot either passing over or falling short, and \ .
eluded the :Mexican war, and paid its cipf. into the fiirtress. On the French side 5 men ear: to ear a laughin'." warfare. and terrify Rough and Ready. On that day the shell, although thrown with precion. *
shall hear call Con were killed, one of whom was a midshipman, I considerable elevation
leI, we probably & upon FROM TIC PICAYUM: EXTRA. the battle was confined lo skirmishing and can. bursting at a doingno
gress to lower the taxes and stop the exorbitant and 23 wounded, 2 of whom were officers. Genera! Taylor rClori.usThe Mexican Ar nonading, without much effect on either side. harm-One shel passing over thj? steamer
accumulation of money in the treasury. The Mexicans have suffered immensely.The .- I In the meantime Santa Anna had sent a large Petrita, (the employed in the reconnoi- 1
We were told by the same class of men that Captain of the :Mct-ore, with whom we my led by Santa Aina diealec at Buena force to Gen. Taylor's rear, but our artillery sance,) and another bursting under her bows
the manufacturers would be ruined by mitigating conversed, gave us a touching description of w VrI Vista, with great & opened upon them with great effect, and they without doing her any injury.
the duties on imported goods, and obligedto : the carnage. The shore was covered with We lay below/ our readers in advance of. were soon compelled to withdraw. Tb.3 reconnoisance was made while the
let their mills for stables. The manufkc- the dead and dying, arid the piteous cries of I r our regular publication, the glorious tidings On the 23d the battle commenced in real! transports and convoys were lying off at Anton
turers, instead of being ruined, are prosperous! the latter were heard amid the din and tumultof t.o from the army, brought by the schner John earnest, and raged with great violence duringthe Lizardo ; after their return, nnd the least
-instead of abandoning their factories, theyare the battle.In Bell. Our reporter left the ,vessel in the river whole day. The Americans not wait possible delay, tran prtslnd convoys weighrd .
ones. A new manufacturing case this attack had proved unsuccessful, anchor and stood \
building! new andcarnrt up to town by express with the glad to Lo AI,1.d. hlt..i'I.lh.| ms t Jor ..t.c.i 0:3<
town has sprung up on the Merrimac, a farce composed of T 00() marines and 300 can I new The following account was prepared i insity charged on the enemy with loud huzzas, rificios, bearing in towards the main land, 1"
close lo Lowell ; new woollen companies have noneers was! r'adto' 'assault: the fort ; and the Glorious News from Gen Taylor) for' us by an officer or the armv. may be their officers leading them most galantl- with a fair breeze and in gallant style.he tt
been incorporated in Massachusetts ; new for. steamboats being, furnished with bridges to be Another Baltic, and ,Old Rough relied upon.We I Gen Taylor was everywhere in t they came to anchor, the convoys taking position (
ges and furnaces have been established in cast upon the walls, this castle would have been and Heady Victorious I I publish' also, Gen.. Santa Anna's account of the fight. He received a ball through his in such a manner as to protect the disembarkation
Pennsylvania and elsewhere ; new cotton jl carried by assault. of the brittle, from which it will be seen overcoat, but was not injured. Adj't. Bliss of the troops, the frs!, GOOO, being
mills in almost every' State from :Maine to We must not omit adding, that throughout from our Extra uf Thursday, 1st inst. I that he has suffered a defeat, though he covers was slightly wounded at his side. Adj't Lin. landed a 2 o'clock, P. M., on the 9thandthe =
Georgia, and capitalists in this city are only I this affair, the conduct of Admiral Batidin was We hasten to lay before our readers the glorious j up( his rrtrra! with a flourish of words. coin, also,of the General's staff, the intrepid remainder during the day. The landing t
waiting for the enactment of a general law to I marked by generosity. He refrained from tidings by this morning's mail. I will I t{ I will be seen also, that victory has: been )young officer who so distinguished himself at is i spoken of by persons who were eyewitnesses 1
govern incorporations, in order to invest their : firing upon the city, and though he was strong be seen that the intelligence from Gen. Taylor I| won at t sacrifice of many brave men. Tomorrow Resacca de la Palma, was killed. The bat. as a scene of magnificence, rarely wit. I '
funds in manufacturing enterprises. ly advised to attack the fort during the night, differs somewhat from that received : ','e will give further; particulars. I tie of the 23J lasted from early morn till about nessed more than once'
Again, an attempt was made by the friends I which would have :given him an immense ad. I i 4 o'clock, P. M., when Santa Anna drew ] troops landed amounted to the exact numberof I'i
of protection to alarm the w rk people in tho :! vantage, he replied that he would only fight Tuesday, but is, if possible still more g rat i ly. I! MEMOIASDOI OJ THE l\TL Of IH'EXA his army and retired to Agua Nueva, to ot.I II lIOO"I i
milis by telling them that iu consequence of j I i the enemy in the day. The other vessels belonging ing. A more brilliant achievement adorns \ST A.I I a reinforcement. It be remembered that I After the landing, the different columns:
the new tariff many of them would be turnednut i to the squadron took no share in the not the page of American history ; and we I! Prepaid fur the Edit art of the Picayune. by J J. ,Utanla's corps wi reserve, commanded by took up their line of march for the positions t
of employment and the rest put on low i action, as there was not room enough for their glory in it the more, that it has been accom I j C. Bibb U. S. ..1.i II Gen. Vasquez, had been delayed in its march, assigned to them in the important: action and i'siege x
i i Dr. Turner, U. S. A., w arrived at Mat- of Vera Cruz.
wages. The)' were answered on the part of I: operations. and has, no doubt,joined him a few days after
plished by our gallant t"lunlecr. Good citizens arnorosun the 9h: inst. from bro't The Vixen and
I Monterey, steamers Spitfire, laying
the friends of flee trade, that: the new the battle. But in the mean time his ;
THE I TWO JOKING FARMERS: OF OLD COXNECTICfT. in have themselves the intelligence of another brilliant armyis under Punta de
for and increased peace, they proved i glorious : Hornos opened on the city
t was a warrant steady employment starving, and many of his men are desert c
wages. The result has proved this!> to heroic soldiers in war. Buena Vista" may ,"icuT'over the Mexican army. The scene ing. Capt. Prentiss' across the point and in the direction of the t
be true ; the workmen in the iron mills very B T SEIIA SMITH. well be the battle cry nf the American citizen : of action was at Buena Vista, a hacienda, i not in the action,strong but artilef'Monterey companywas I Ii Castle, with shell and round shot, which \\a
In the Land of Steady Habits, in the good about six miles west of saltillo. The fighting returned by the Castle, but without s t
soon after the passage of the tariff were trai.1 soldier in all coming time. And of."Old i': to join Gen. Taylor, with six cannon, two being I ctc. ;
ified by an increase of their wages, old days of the early pilgrims and the reignof I commenced on the 22d of February, anJ ended :I On the 7tli March, one of Gen. Worth's division\ which, it sid,
read that the I Blue Laws, there dwelt on the banks of the I I Rough and ReadJ"-what shall we sa of on the 23d. Santa Anna to Agua I-pounder. has been assigned to the operations on the ;
now in a Springfield piper: wa. ) the regiments also left Monterey to join I
ges of the carpet weavers in Thompsonvilleand Connecticut two sturdy farmers, by the names I him ? Dear to the hearts of his countrymen, I. Nueva, a distance of ten miles, leaving tour !II Gen. Taylor. Jf these and-Capt. Prenliss'artillery left flank of the city, from the localis of the
i of and Jones whose eccentric and I II 1: thousand killed and wounded the field. I the South and under Punta
T. riffville, Connecticut, have lately been : Thompson he is now, in this moment of ,victory almostan upon i arrive in time, the General's heavy I lauding on de 1
rais d. The owners of the carpet mills, our 'I I fun-lovin characters formed a striking con. idol. This battle proves him to be-:11: that I 1 :.umta Anna's adjutant general, and many loss will be fully repaired and he will be readyto i Hornos had necessarily to move in echelon I I
readers will remember, were among those trast with all their stern, strai jacket neigh. I other ofcl'r and men, are prisoners. The meet Santa Anna again. f.I I the rear past the right, in order to gain ,
bors.- Their farms each other his best friends ever contended for-among I I loss hundred killed and his the execution of whichit
who fumed and bounced most violently at the were adjoining on cur part was seven Gen. Taylor, at the last accounts, was still proper pcsition-in
passage of the new tariff. and they always lived on intimate and friendlyterms. the best and bravest military tacticians and j i wounded. Santa Anna's force amounted to atleast maintaining his undisturbed by the became necessary: to attack and take possession ,
The silenc that now prevails among the They would borrow and lend hoes, commanders in the world. I fiftem thousand men ; that of Gen. Taylor 1 position of two redoubts thrown up by the enemy

whigs on this subject imports all that we have harrows, and plows, exchange day's works at OC7 We have seen a letter, received by a ,!: to about five thousand, almost entirely volunteers. enemy.An exchange of had taken place on one of which was a piece of artillery, l.t
haying time and harvest, to each other'sbu&kings His is composed of ai.hutg.ton's prisoners and both filled with infantry. The redoubtswere
go army
that the tariff is
it !
said acknowleges a \
; new gentleman of this city,dated BrazosMarch 14, and Old Rough and Ready's promise lo Col.
productive one to the revenue, that it does no and join their teams together to Bragg's, and Thomas' batteries, one I Marshall to back Cas5ius M. Clay and his attacked charged, and taken, a spirited #
injustice essential harm to the manufacturer, break the roads and haul out wood in the win. which says : I f squadron of the 1st, and one of the second dragoons get :Mexicans toexchange resistance being made by the enemy, who
taking enough
and that it raises the wages of the work peo. I ter. Their great peculiarity, which marked .We have u'Ccl"N intelligence todayhicli and the A i kansas and Kentucky cavalry, party by for them, been prisoners redeemed.Gen. lost several in killed, wounded and prisoner t
pie. Abbott Lawrence, who wrote the fa. ; them so distinctly from their neighbors, was I i fully splendid confirms victory. Only ui think report, GOOO of Gen..'menta71 Tajlor's I I I a brigade of Illinois, and one of Indiana vol. Wool greatly ha distinguished fill himself in -our loss, some seven killed and several 1'' i

raoui letters threatening the whole commercial their love of fun and fondness for practical whipped 21OX'\Wexican3, and killed 5UOU of their I i unteers, the 1t Mississippi and 2d Kentucky the action, :and all the officers fought like he. wounded. Capt. Alburtis, of the 2J Infantl., '
world with ruin, and who is now laying the I jokes.As. number..' Santa Anna has retreated to San Luis Po J Regiment, one company of Texas volun. was killed by a round shot, supposed
foundation of a new Carthage on the Merri- the other neighbors were so dissimilar I tos hs, men dying from starvation on road.." I leers. Dr. T. brought a list of 63 officers, I roes.After the battle, Gen. Taylor demanded of from the Castle ; the ball severed his head: rt
mac, admits all this in his unwritten letters. in their habits and feelings, that they would I The news from Vera Cruz will be found I killed and wounded. I left in such haste, thatI Santa Anna an of his from his body, the same shot taking: off tho
Mr. Clay, who wrote letters prophesying similar hold but little intercourse with these sons of j exceedingly interesting. Tho landing and' was unable to obtain a copy, but recollect : whole unconJitiolasurender but, arm of :drummer (a boy) and wounding a y ta "
calamities, and of whom the newspaperstell Belial," Thompson and Jones were naturally I disposition of the forces-their number-the I among the killed, Capt. Lincoln, Ass't. Ad't. in return army, required Gen.later Taylor to surrender; private.. Capt. Alburtis was :Virginian,and .
thrown more exclusively upon each other for General, U. S. A., Col. Yell, of the Arkansas formerly conducted a newspaper in Fredericksburg -
that he has reached the end of his
us just II I of the redoubt WORTH &c. immediately. Immortal be the reply of Old
and their hard gallant storming by i' \ Col. Dixon wounded in tho
seventieth in vigorous and lusty health, society, practical jokes were cavalry Capr.Ioore: Adj't. Vaughan, and ar.d delivered the was
year Rough Ready, as by gallant
proclaims all this in a reticense more eloquent'than consequently played off upon each other with i I These, and the battle of TAYLOR, make up a three otht'r (not named) of the Kentucky Lieut. Crittenden : breast by a musket shot. ;
one of his speeches. i the utmost good humor, and he that could joke I Bulletin of extraordinary and brilliant events, cavalry, rol McKec, Lieut. Col. Clay, Capt. The skirmishing was, however, no checkto f
the hardest was the }best fellow. 1 Willis Col. Hardiii and "Gen. Taylor never Surrenders the advancing column, which passed steadily .
These predictions of mischief from the in. : I such as has been never before( our lot to place Kentucky infantry,
of the I Thompson had valuable sheep, which wasa Major Gorman, Illinois brigade, many of the Santa Anna' Adjutant: General was captur. forward to its position on the left and 4
troduction of free trade
were one great- before the in a single extra.rol .
political blunders of the time. That they little prone to gadding and which grew ra. ; public. Indiana brigade, several of the Mississippi regiment ed by; the Americans, but was afterwards ex. rear of the city, where it halted and com
ther fond of neighbor Jones' clover! field.- 'i ,and two lieutenants ofTcxs volunteers. changed. I menced the work of entremhment
should have been made and
vehemently urged t1e.1' O. ILilletiri.Uareh 23.
the repeal of the I Jones i had turned the sheep out several times, I Among the wounded, I remember Gen. Genera Taylor occupied his ground on the The pipes used for the purpose of supply.
by selfish men to I :
prevent Battle Buena Vista 25th
and remonstrated Thompson against the of Lane, Jefferson Davis, 1st Mississippi 24th- and without interruption.Col. ing the city with fresh water, hare been discovered -
odious revenue law of 1542, did not surprise I Mexicans killed and only ;.imfricans.\ : Cql : of the Ohio Volunteers witha
Morgan, and broken off
intrusion and the Stein U. cutting
us but we confess we were surprised to hear : trespass. Thompson only I tO i Regiment, Capt. 1st S. Dragoons, I up completely 7
the; same after the of the new laughed, and told Jones he must keep a better I The reports that have been circulating for Capt. Connor, Texas volunteers, Lieuts. S. I small f force, cut his way through large bodies the supply from the tanks, which are itutedsome a
persons passage feed. His of a severe battle between (;t'n. ; of armed Mexicans, and arrived at Marin. distance from the t
tariff clamoring as if they !believed their own : fence or poorer sheep was a sheepof I some days G. French and O'Brien, U. S. AJierJ'j city.
predic.tions.odouht some of them sincerely excellent taste and sound; judgment, and I Taylor and Santa Anna, are at length con-I'I Lieut. Barber 2d Kentucky infantry), Leut. A detachment of three companies, under com. During the advance upon the rest: of the city i
thought them true,and are much puzzled certainly ought not to be blamed for looking; firmed, and the result has been, another Corwin, 1st Mississippi regiment, and Lijut.WhilcsWe I mand of Col. Gcddings, was sent to his aid passed midshipman Rogers who had not J .
to account for the ;rsity very of fortune in not : out for number one. ; rious triumph to the American army.. The I of the! Indiana brigade. and the whole party arc said to have arrived yet: been sent from Vera Cruz was bound on f i
allowing them to pert l lie verified. The revenue j I Jones didn't foci exactly satisfied with this : news was brought by the schooner John Bell, The official despatches of Gen. Taylor have safely at Monterey.A H cart and ordered to be conveyed under a ,
ought to have fallen off they no doubt think ; i j! reasoning, and resolved, if the trespass; were i from Brasses, which vessel: was left about been cut off.. Col. Morgan's regiment Ohiovolunteers I train of 100 loaded wagons, (U. S.,) on guard), to the prison at Perote but fortunately
the mills ought to have been stopped, and the repeated,to inflict summary punishment on the I twenty miles below the city, and was received having been reinforced by a command : their way to Monterey, from Camargo, underan I they were encountered by our A i I
workmen ought to be starving. As this is t I trespasser. On looking out early the next last evening bv special messengers to our I from Monterey, had reached that place escort of 30 volunteers, was captured by a : Rogers was rescued and is now on board his ;j j

not the case, and as the complete and signal 1 morning he beheld the sheep again in the do. neighbors of the Picayune and Mercury, both in safi'ty. body of Mexican cavalry, a few miles beyond ,. ship_ t,
failure of all their predictions laces them in i ver-field. He drove the sheep into his barnyard of whom issued extra sheets. We give the I Col. Curtis, of Ohio, with one co tipany: .Mariu. Three of the men made good their The city is now completely surrounded by
j and her. Then following from the Picayune-that of the Mercury escape-the rest were taken prisoners. A each division having taken a ; i
very mortifying and ridiculous situation, they caught taking a sharp (Capt. Iunllrs'.) of the 2d U. S. Dragoons, our troops strong
studiously avoid the topic, and about some knife, he run it through one of the hind legs is of a similar tenor. I his own regiment, one of Indiana volunteers I .oun lady, the daughter of an .American citi and :advantageous position with entrenchments .
more convenient: subject-:Mr.prate Beuton's letter between the tendon and the bone near the j i It appears that Gen. Taylor had fallen back' the Virginia regiment, and I think some Texas I living in Mexico, and returning home from completely cutting off all com.mcnica.
to the President, for example.THE gambrel j joint, and taking up the other leg, from Agua Ncuva to Buena: Vista, (about six i rangers: in all about 2000 men, was aboutto New Orleansvhere bIle has been going lo tint by sea or land and, at the same time, are II
thrust it through the incision he had made.- miles beyond Saltillo,) a!a more advantageous I leave Camargo to attack Gen. t'rrea, whois school, was taken with this train, her father safe from the fire of the castle. The positions
CASTLE Of S.Jt.A D'ULLOA. He then turned the sheep out, and sent it hob. position for receiving the attack from a said to he about thirty miles south of that having been killed by the Mexicans. She had of dirisons were established on the 13th, extending
While all are anxiously waiting the resultof hung home on three legs. | ibrcc bu vastly his superior, and that the ac. place with an army of from 4000 to 5000 I escaped and arrived Monterey:\ in safety, from Punta de Hornos. on the right, .'
the anticipated attack on Vera Cruz by the I When Thompson went to his barn in the tion continued two days, and ended in Santa 1 men, principally lancheros. He ia believedto where her misfortunes had excited the most to Punta de la Catita, on the left, in one unbroken -
combined: : naval and! military forces of the I morning he discovered his poor sheep in this> !t Anna's complete repulse, after a terrible car. '" )only 1500 regular troops. A lively sympathy. The letter containing Ilernarrati.e line, and active preparations were on
United States, many will Lead with interest sad predicament, and having relieved her from I nage. Santa Anna's. account of the battle, I great many; ) it not all of these rancheros, as of this :fair, will appear tomorrow. foot for the immediate subjugation of this formidable I
the I the embarrassment he started off i which is also received a vessel below, from The lady's name Burns.
account of the successful bombardment of unpleasant by a* they hear of the discomfiture of Santa place.
the famous Castle of San Juan d'Ulloa, that to give Jones a piece of his mind. II Tampico, acknowledges that his army bus bon Anna's army, will disperse, and the gallant Col. Curtis, of the Ohio Volunteer had So closely is Vera Cruz now besieged andso
guards: the harbor Vera Cruz, by the French, 41 Now, neighbor Jones,"said Thompson,"I been cut lo pieces, though he asserts the same colonel will no doubt obtain the victory. started on his expedition against Urrea, who cn'irely are every menus of communicationcut
in November, in 1939. The account of the think you are too bad. I can bear a joke as I thing a regards Gen. Taylor-he exaggerates This-news firm above proves that the various I was at Aldemas, a village on the San Juan off, that, in a very few achievement, as published at the time, will be well as any body ; but I'll tell you what 'tis, the force of the American army, which t reports which we had before received of Gen.Taylor's I river, about forty miles from Camargo. The must reach us that both the city and castle
found this is the too fir we know did not exceed 5000 men, and has I Colonel has a fine force volunteers, com- victorious I'
Lelov.-lJlffal! Com. carrying joke by a great retreat :Monterey, and the advance are occupied by our troops.
On the morning of the 27th, the bomb vesd I night. Here my sheep now is almost byhaving no doubt exaggerated in other respects. As of a large 1101 to attack our depots at |posed of the Ohio and Indiana Regiments, a The general impression seems to be that
Cyclope and Yulc.3nfOre towed by the one hind! leg stuck through t'other.- lo Gen. Taylor having been driven from five Brazos and at the mouth of the Rio Grande battalion of Virginia Volunteers, and CaptainHunter's the city will surrender in the course of ten
steamboats as far as the middle! of the shoals Now, Jones, how could you be so inhuman 1" of his positions, the result of the action completely I to bo untrue. Of the defences at the mouth company of U. S. Dragoons. days or two weeks. No doubt is expressed
which bound the eastern' side!; where they anchored. Me ? neighbor Thompson," said Jones ; disproves the assertion, and we have I of the river I know nothing, but have been MJIJ. Coffee, Paymaster, will carry on Gen.'Taylor's of the successfuUermination of the enterpnze.The .
: The Nereide, commanded: by the I had no hand in it. Why should you accuseme no doubt the American army never changed I told that they arc sufficient to make a strong despatches from Monterey.From Portia was delayed from the 13th to
Admiral the Gloire and Iphigenie took their 1 The fact was, your sheep was in my the ground on which the action commenced, I I resistance. The fortifications at the (hazes, the 15th by the prevalence of a Norther during ;
places afterwards on the line. In the mean. clover-field again this morn ing,and I went out I for with such an overwhelming force against t j; with the force of artillery and persons in the th tame Paper,.March. 23. which time the discharge of heavy ordinance
time tome of the Mexican envoys went on lo set the dog on her to drive her out ; but she them, any serious reverse during the battle j I quartermaster's employ, which can be raisedas RETREAT OF SANTA ANNA.-We understand was frequently herd, which doubtless
board the Admiral's vessel, and sought to obtain was so! smart in looking out fur number one, could hardly have heel recovered, and would a garrison, is i sufficient t(drive back acorn- from reliable authority, says the Mata. proceeded from the Castle.
a respite.At that she turned and run like t fury, and ait she have ended in their defeat. I mand of at least 2500() or 3000 Mexicans. morns Flag of the 13th inst., that there arc The vessels belonging to the squadron employed
25 minutes past two, they left the frigate.The jumped over the fence she came down a lit. I The evolutions of our flying Artillery have The work, which may be technically termed a letters in from Mexicans that in the service a convoys, and for ihe
town stating, 1
signal to prepare for action was given at j j tie on one side, and stuck one leg right through I probably been mistaken by Santa Anna for a continued line, encloses all the quartt'rma.ttr's I covering the landing of the.Iropl below Punta ; ,
28 minutes past 2, when the fire commencedand t'other, herself. I had no hand in it, neigh. change of position, and we have no doubt (that and commissary's stores in depot. The Santa Anna: is in full retreat to San Luis Po. de Hornos, are : Flgshrp Raritan ; Frigates ; t
continued nearly four hours without inter. j bor Thompson. That's a wonderful smart I the enemy's ranks have suffered dreadfully parapet is formed of barrels of damaged: com.misstiry tosi. The letters also state that he held a con. Potomac and ; Sloops St. Ma. '
millton. The Prince de Joinville, unwillingto theep of }"CJurn. Why, when she had only from that highly efficient corps of our army. stores, with sand bags lor the superior sultation with his principal officers after the ry's Albany, and John Adams ; Steamers t l

remain an idle spectator, asked permissionof \ three legs, she outrun my dog with lour." We Iha1 feel great anxiety to hear the de. slope ; the sand from a ditch; in front, thrownup first day's engagement, and that a retreat was Vixen,and Spitfire ; Gunboats Reefer Petrel, ; '
Admiral Boudin to take part in the action, Thom|>son being unable to obtain} any sat tails, particularly a list of the gallant spirits against the barrels, forms the exterior Bonita. and Bell. The Gunboats carry medi- .!
And without waiting for a reply, raised the trio isfaction, pocketed the joke, hard as it was, and who have fallen J our side-it is painfulto Iopl'. then strenuously advocated. Before the battle um 32's.
colored flag on board the Creole, dischargeda I went home. Now Jones had a Jong.legged, contemplate even the few prominent names The armament of the fort consists of four commenced, the Mexicans firmly believed Arrived at S. W. Pass on 20th, Pilot boat
broadside at the fortresafand kept up for l.o'ig aided hog, about a year old, a mischiev. that we have received, among which, will be pieces of artillery-two twelve and two six. that General Taylor would retire before their Frolic, Capt J. J. Sullivan, 17 days from Holmes .
some time a heavy Creole was I ous, unprincipled animal, that went about poking seen with deep regret, that of Lieut. Colonel pounders in barbette-which sweep the foot vastly superior numbers, and that in his retreat Hole; reports having been passed by steamer "<
truck by several bullets. The bomb shells his nose into everything, and meddlingwith ) Clay, the eldest ton of the honored statesman of and cross their fires upon the level plain they could supply themselves with provisions lisissif.pi on the 10th,in lat. 318' long.
effected most dreadful hat <1 within the for. matters he had no business to. And it who left this.city but :few days, with gloomy over which the enemy would be compelled to much in need almost 76 South.Corsndenc )
tress. The situation of the ptfirder magazines so happened that early next morning, Tomp. forebodings, and an evident presentiment of advance, and about 300 muskets to line the of which ibey were t
king known, shells were tha wn directly up. son found Jones' hog in his garden rooting up evil. The blow will be deeply and keenlyfelt. parapet. This was thrown up when an attack starving. Finding the Americans obstinate of the T:.Orleans A Delta..** :
on the spot. Three of themferploded with so the vegetables. He caught the hog and with Col. McKee, of the same regiment, i was daily expected. Nothing having and determined to fight for their eata. Orr ANTOX I.luno March 7. 1847. > i f
touch: violence, that the deck of several of the a sharp knife slit his mouth open on"both sides will be seen, has also fallen, and we lear reached us from Gen. Taylor for many days, bles with the ferociousness of buU.dogs they On board U. S. Steamer Petrita. J }
French vessels, at a distance of more than a clear to his ears. He then turned the grunterout that the regiment itself ha suffered dreadfully.). we believed him surrounded! as was reported, despaired of getting a dinner from them, and Eds. Delia-On the 6th March, 1847, at
mile, were strewed with the fragments. The and sent him home very much chop.: Ilen. We have no belief in Santa 'nna'i intett.tenon and gave some degree of credit to the rumor deemed it prudent to retire. 9, A. M.. we got under way to reconnoitre the j
Ctvaliery, one of the strongest towers of the Jones now in his turn was in a rage. lIe to renew the battle after he obtained pro. of the advance of a large force upon our city of Vera Cruz and the Castle (with the Pe- j
fort bound the animal's head visions his admission show he has suf. Short.-Col. Curtis' march from Ca. trita) bearing Com G. Connor,in j
exploded about 5 o'clock, P. M. The up as well as he own depots. After waiting three or four days Tam company
Portions of the fort demolished by the frigates could, and then started off to give Thompson fered very severely, and the morale of his army anxiously expecting the approach of the enemy., margo to offer battle to Gen. Urrea, says the I wit Gens. Scott, Worth, Patterson and Pil- 1
were In a most deplorable condition, the em- *'a real setting out." must be to much deranged to render it we received the glorious news above-under, Matamoras Flag of the 13th inst., appears to with their aids and topographical engi- bruures Wing entirely dismounted and sbat"red Thompson saw Jones coming, full of fire possible for him to restore their orglniztionand stood, of course, that the battle of Brazes ; have operated powerfully upon that General ; neers. At 2, P. M., stood in between the j
to piece At 5 o'clock the guns of the and fury, and he sat down on a log before his confidence so promptly. Gen. TATLOR, Santiago was "no go ; and when I sailed, without risking a battle, the gallant" Mexican, Castle and B ncquia within a mile and a 1
Mexican, were nearly) all silenced. door, and quietly took out his jackknife and besides, will be immediately reinforced from the artillery of Fort Harney, instead of mowing wit his 3,000 chosen" troops, all dressed half of the j
The frigate La Gloirn wall then* removed went to wbilling. Jones came up, breathinghard Monterey and Camargo, and has full stores down the Melicns was forth a yellow buckskin, precipitately! retreated After passing Blancquilla we.tn to
&J' the steamboat Meteor. The fire of the with indignation. and supplies of every kind, whilst Santa Anna salute in of old paling Reay" towards Tub Paa We bad expected betterof the suthward, and when we cme |
t'to others continued until nightfall. Just as Now,Thompson," said he, M you and I are is destitute of the means either to restore and his gallant little army at Buena Vi. Urrea, and that the gallant 3 Ohio boys reach of their guns, they fired at u seren
the frigate Admiral wu about to set sail, a ca. done. I'll tell you what 'tis, if you are goingto or strengthen bit army.It The Mexicans have possession of might have an opportunity of distinguishing shell and four round shot: some of which J*
doe approached from the fortress and demanded turn savage I'll quit. I'll have nothing to was in conversation only yesterday, thata China, Mier, n all the towns between Ca. I themselves, much dsirf he should try their went over us, and some fell short for had It was I
tell on
a trace, that the dead and wounded who do with any body that's more cruel and more staff officer, recently from the army', stated margo and !Monterey. I mettle. pretty warm work, I you,



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r I card'- all the chief commanders: of' both the ground did not favor the undertaking and i heid of a squadron- of- Dragoons-, and ono- of FLOBIDIAN 'i't. is the "President's war." Their forecast disarms. pie, when they say it f un. ne- I
THE They shrink back from the consequences declaration that it is
tt i;. '" \1 '.' array and squadron. We returned to Anton was late in the day before the big guns began Arkansas Cavalry, against a largo body of their courage.of their charge and yet they proclaim from charge the so, implies a Terr I

t; :f Lizardo at about 4, I*. M.and, all the officers to open. the enemy's Cavalry with like results against people-the coo JT
that must them the credit avoided
deny cannot that
jts returned to their ve "eb. The following officers The enemy hal with them thirty-two ran- During.the engagement on the right, Santa "I.CT VB A1.0WE. the housetops no man b they are

t iI : .. are attached to the Petrha .-Lt. Com. mostly of largo calibre. Their fire, Anna, seeing that Gen. Taylor's force was of their prediction. What are we to understand by hearty an effective support to a War,', I
i lon. SATURDAY, APRIL 3, 18IT. there is
[ j- : ', Samuel Lockirood ; Act: Lt MidshipmanWalter though up very briskly, and apparently not well protected on the left flank, sent a --,_._ ------- -- all this ? Why, a desperate struggle they wrong and iniquitous. hj j| U
I! W..Queen fcd'Ass't Engineers John well kep did little execution in large around that and --- between their pride in having prophetic gift,and that they are guihy of'such !
t j. 'j ; so our force.ofCa'aJr point, We have deyoteIlo much space in our paper today the peopThe former must We leave it to those abominabJ=t
I ? : 7 Mixon and Richard M Johnson. Yours, J. ranks that it was not considered necessary to Tajlor, in thnwing in publishing the detail of Gen. Tajlor'a bnlliaut be avoided.Ah duct the Ur j

,' P. S.-There aie about eighty transports return their fire. Our cannon were therefore 2000! men into his rear. But Gen. Taylor victory over Santa Anna aa to exclude many: not be forgotten, and the latter must affirmative. For onlea

..: 'f't no\1 here. silent the ,whole of the 21st. Eight or ten immediately sent Capt. Bragg, with his artillery other matters prepared for publication. We piesum this thing of having We all the anxious intelligence to how is a to take be the, that side the charity War and decr our bl

: : The following condensed statement of the killed and wounded were the extent of the against this force, who succeeded Vi cut. however no is dangerous prerogative. are see rceiye. readj I
necessary. of
t to out of the difficulty they place them port people, because they thiak kjl
ciMiiliiies! sustained the 2 1st. (ting them off from the main Lieut. they are get
i: : landing of the troop*, ftp., i is from the Picayune ( by our army on body. No better .
; .PUBLICOLA" next.General selves in. Either the war is not the "President'swar right. popularity than thU
in our
Crittenden of caa U
the! officer lines was despatched, lag
"- ; from one of the Editors: dated During day an appraccd our a desired.
4 t with a (fhg of truce. and requested be shown truce, to demand the immediate surrender of ," or it was not caused by annexation. I can
11th ..
SvcniFitiovs March 18f1 Taylor.We ,
: I
I The brave old sit. this force. The Mexican officer not be both. Two such causes cannot b reconciled.
Day.before.yesterday the order was givento to Gen. Taylor. man: was pretending publish in another column the glorious new FOR THE FLORIDIA
. las U white charger with not .to understand the character of his mission The truth is. all this blundering of the whigs results -
ting quietly on ) MR.. CALHOUN.
fnmntou LizarJo to this placi from General Taylor's division of the army. The
4 :i more ( of the saddle watching insisted that he be blindfolded from their party spirit. They could not exist
i .1''! This most of the day. About 4 o'. I his It'g over the pommel r sboul battles between him and Santa Anna have results The unjustifiable course of a portion of I ft*
". clock the 1st Division Gcu. Worth's) the mO\'fments of the enemy, when the according to tIn rules war, and thus had fresh not only to his own high and without finding fault somewhere. and so (a from Democratic Press towards Mr. Calhon
j p. in., ( I in adding glory {*
: silent when it is evident the democrats
: f had taken its place on the surf boats. The tXll'1 ollii'er was preseiHid.: In a verycnurteoiis (he Lienlentant carried into the canr: of Sinta. : well-deserved fame but to the whole army under his being merely deeply to be regretted. From their denaaci.
and tho officerstated Anna himself. This are in the right they act upon the.principle that not ations would
boats ran in close to the shore, about graceful in inner was a rises to get command. To meet an army with three times his one suppose that this eminent
t1 gun and ancbored.rJl. th;it .he had been sent by his lx .time to extricate the Mexican Cavalry fro-n to condemn is to praise; and a praise would do their statesman has not only all his
r j ; three mile below the citY, force, and commanded by one himself supposed to renouc fcr.me
: Santa Anna to his ExcdlcncvGC'hl their dangerous and thi. own party no good, they think it best to (condemn yiebut has
naval s'ciuncrs the position, pending r gone over, "horse fix/
sma'l edl'lcGt'l. from
; One of the ran along bo a sreat General,and repulse it, retiring ,
.q We do
not doubt but
it,1haelno4, truce I all dr.uvn) diiierent however unjust or undeerved. and
Taylor, to inquire: respect iiny by a dragoons"iothe Federalists.
the of WC'f
shore and fired a un at place landing ni the (kid with a splendid ,victory, was an achieve now
whit be Gen. 1' wai. road from that ] which liner Lid this that annexation' caused the war, but we still maintain is the fact. Mr.
? t as a feeler, to ascertain if there were concealcd fil in inner, [ ayJorJ] was I) gained wl.ich the! greatest *)ldier of any aze might bnroml ever, not Calhoun is to Ji/
tin tor" From .the silence of Gen, Tay- position.Lieu'i!i rn the view of the democrats before its' occurrence, and, doubtless, ever be, the
t : batteries or to the landing. has him. \vi
) ; troops oppose : of. Ol.l! Hough an.l Ready sm nera
I' S., Nothing was revealed, and the order was given lor's bttlerit'S, and tha quiet manner: in !. CritlnJet\\'''(-'ondcte: lniind.filtled: It worthy of the country which enlrl'ted 3lpron-with that it should not have done o-that it was netjust unflinching democrat. was,when he 1 ifcj-
r which he received Santa Anna's IciriliccannonadiM" to the tent ttl'lhv I lexie.11 General-in-Chief; t s? came for war. This view throws the blame, where fearlessly resisted the dictatorial
\t :: to advance. The surf boats, about fifty in : ) lush honors. When is heard that he has head of
.", 'l; 5 number, each containing from eighty to a hundred the Mexican supposed he was which he 1 fouitd a ICn. distance 'from the SI'IJ: !i' cituen exclaims i t once anothevictory' it properly belong upon Mexico and. does justice the federal party, in the extra session oiCo5.

t rj :; men, moved elfin gallant style and in the asking a very pertinent question, to which of action: anti I whch: he thought the silVsj t : hl' a Ih.!" F'e every kno\\; not how to' juld In the to all those conc'rec in urging and consummating greeK in 1841.- In no single instc lai fcj

.the boats however Rough and IteaJy gave .the pertinent place he had In'll itt d-irmg the wholes the policy of annexation. We think it shown a want of adherance to
most lt d.1).1 grtttfoa.
approached wllo th
trdtr.s .
,:: .k1 1., :. the shore perfec near enough \o touch ground, the reply that .ho was only wailing for \he approached Santa. Anna's tent he id* of his his own noble reply.General to &nt Anna probable this is the view of the whigs-especially damental principles democracy,as lai dowv
demanded surrender neVer
,.I ,, men l leaped out and formed lines b) companies (Gen. Sauli Anm.to surrender." The, Mexican greeted with a mn"t tremendous flourish oftrumpl.t : command the southern whigs who supported the measure-in by the forefathers of the Republic-
soldiers under
r ,. ashore.I No opposition was ou -re. Gee.t I returned hastily to his iinds. This mes- which might have been heard a surrenders. The his which we are confirmed by their boast in calling to an occasion arise, rendering it s
; their!
t j. :,# Patterson's division> (the? 2d.,) next debarked: I Ii ure proved to lie a rusf to I 5t'crtail where Gen mile off but produced' I> very great terror in ;.0 deseive high praise and the gratitude of mind' their prediction but it is a pity that their country would again behold leeMr t
y. in the same manner: and were the Ta\l(position was, for after the return of the mind of the KentucLian., I His blind was rountrj. Though mo-tot were unaccustomc.l party shackles should forbid them to say so, and thatto Southern Democracy baring his noble breut

i 3d Gen. ) ,' flowed. Jt by the! \It'xit'aii ollicer to his own ranks the .ab'l off; ;ali h"i foiind himself, tho presence I to military life, and were untried in the fortune maintain the integrity of apportion: they should to the storm in support of his principle
f or
1; Twigg's. was past I with the valor and seek to fix odium Mr. Polk in regard 'to it.
I of the lam'MIS Mexu-aii[ Chief, ffar jet thE fought heroiI That there is crisis
whole! seemed to a in
: midnight before tho troops cact.d landing.- :Tf'xic31 halt open upon lrulnJellhj1 of soldiers. We will hereafter hear no They only damn themselves by such a course approaching wMe
: The boats were manned by the biilors, I Gen. T-nlor' position and the balls few I Io'Cr a brilliant S'aff:; of Lcdi/icaed, experienced I to save the Republic, the clearest hes
S turt bun i injustached) ifflcers.-S.tnnta Amu, apologized more fears expressed in regard toour volunteer army. Is the War Unpopular : patriots of the whole an
t j;. from U. S. who labored with right and a'xiin llail Utterly j purest country(bat
: ,. fctt. ln ..liun, ,1 I I'l' t the Lienlenint, : fr; I liie act' of his olhceis, in They haihowrn that they can be trusted in theuuir.t made those of the mo
; $iE : good will. 1 ot tie m\y: y liave frit nt .1.! j..riU uf .. ro the An effort is being by opposedto especially south,) wi be wanted in
f oil chief, on his white horse having: him luiiel.n1J0l i; .", n\in< tint so I lar Irving emergencies public councils, o
;;.;: done all in their power to assist the army in conspicuous the Administration, to gather political capital no One conversant _i"!
I. '
I his glass at the long lines fiom hia:ivmg anv d'-sire to conceal Ins "itui- We also /Ii'h! account* of the arrival of General the of the ;
-i--, its movements. peering) through; spy I from what call the of the agitated state country, will deny.
lie hsirous of Get: ,. Scott at /, and the investment of the they unpopularity
tion. (
of Mexit that at was ( to \r city Then who abe and
great clhilitil' who
;in so
. ,1 i About 2 o'clock the nest there was troops cuhll el'l ,
r } the of bj his. Just t enough given to create War. We think it would bov ell for such s wiJngto sa.
' 7- an alarm in .the line which extended diM;tncc on the imrch Tlie pcr"uisiol oil Talj' i.ttcr: lul'j residing so powerful army. is an eager crifice himself on the altar of country's
k ot along I ann as lIe had under his: To mxitly lor more. We 'hope to hear soon of the re men, first to be satisfied and to prove that it
I'I 'iL' the beach. Th. troops cheered, neil Ins ai.ls could: not induce him abandon: his awn cumiaull.: good, as Mr. Calhoun ? None. Has fee non

I 't who had fallen into A ilo/i* upon the tatid I'I I.IHI:tithe ;p'Jilt fur ot"t'r\atiol, nor to give up which l.iiitVtitIIt! 111icl: that hit simple "ul of this: movement, but meantime we cannot is unpopular. What evidence have they of all proper ocaions when the rights. of t1nSouth

i ;:y.i banks sprang suJdeuly to .their arm*. Our I'I his "id white -' suggestion of message was to "' r.Stintt: .Ynna'sj J d>-ubt that victory will again attend our arms The its unpopularity ? Let them show it. Our observation have been invaded by the General GOT.ernmcnt .

I It hi I immediate urrIJII Ie) Gen. TaJlor.III enterpn/e, if the Mexicans retain any portion of the and reading have not convinced us
l'; picket guard had approached tint of some I st t.1rtl"t old whiter was too con.I stepped forward, with a
; .- Mexican cavalry who were watching our spicuo-i a clnrger for the comminder he re-1: this evtraoidmary demind was tranViled to nlfelinacy of their race, will be a hazardous. one. Our of the fact, nor had the slightest tendency to worthy of a Roman in the mnJnt

: f .:\' movements, and had received one or two I pile 1 ill'it the: old! fehlu'v had missed the fun the :Mexican, he iioed Ins hands and ejebrow gallant Navy, too, will have Occasion to display its do so ; and, indeed, so far are we from being that mighty Republic, and, regardless of con.

i t}5 shots. About half an hour afterwards a detachment at Monieri] y, (n account of a soc foot, and :I, : in titter nstoiiishnieut at the t'nn'rityanti prowess in the attack, and probablyiil have convinced of it, that we believe directly the thrown himself into the

,I .1, l,! of our m'*u fell in with some fuitvor i he was determined! : he sh,>uld have his share presumpt.on; : ofsnicin a mes>:ige, -tnd replied perform the moat, dangirouj service jet required of reverse to be the fact. But, probably, we go sequences Did he not stand shoulder to shoulder brah
; I j I that he would! Gen.; Taylor ... our forces. too far. I is worth"while, a
this I expert frst the of
1: or fifty cavalry: and severalollev's were fired, i it t.n1. master spirits democracy, tht
I :.t. : the balls of the enemy falling into our column j j I At Minnie on tine 2Jd Pibuary, the battle !' surrender in an Lour or he would! destroy all We await further news from both divisions of our what we mean by saving war is popular, "reign terror" which characterized ,

t. 't-; :.: but seriously injurini Iii) one.t sunrise I It. I II I begin in cannes The !c.icans'were drawn his forces. Lieut. Crittenden's, reply, which army wuli anxious,interest. I or unpopular. part of the Harrison Administration, in tn
The dark we have ahead -"(!en. Taylor ncccr -------- When we say it is popular, we do not mean op
numbers. columns
I 'f given.
ij .: Gen. \Vuilh led 01Llli division in .u in immense WHIG FORECAST.It sition to the Mammoth Bank,

. ;; : following the beach for sjn2 distance a1h'alct,1 II nfintrv extended as fir. as the eye could, .vurrcndcrt' "terminated t the interview, and i is not often the case that merit vaunts its own that the because people approve it is War of it in and which support it, riff, Distribution, &c. policy of Mr. Clay ud

: ..;t. the City, and then coining m sight of several reach, and the cavalry seemed, to cover the .the balt'e reco'n.n-i.ced, and was continued merely a their his adherents ? Furtber-who contributed
: praises, for it is said to be modest The Whigs how is On the belicvc 1
: : hundred Mexican c.tvalrv: drawn up about j wlllc'if'' with their'interminble lines.- Ultiligh.: i inta ever, do not recognize this a truth in their cod country the engaged. contrary much as he,to the overthrow of all those justly

..:'J haifa mile from the shore. .\ mal houiti- j \t intervals! between the infantry and cavalry, i' : .mmua looihrrc! SII pieces of our I of philosophj., So fir from a it, it is half the labor of and general sentiment to be against all odious and oppressive measures to the Sooth I
drawn t. of their lug protected' hv a large artillery, which: !I. wirier O'Urien, had war, against tolerating it except underscry Or who wielded
-, zer was immediately up ) the. lop a i i tti.i strongly < tl.eir! lives to jrovebj facts and calculations, that so great a power in annex.
': '. sand hill, and a fire was ( <'&ItII.whIch.: soonscattered : .irtili 'rv force, kpt[ t up an i,I('(15tt, cituion-: been pis'ed t tot) fir: in advaiic to )h" covered strong urgency. But \vo mean, that ing Texas, the land almost promise, to our
have all the and all the
they honesty consider it War
'. the )'. 'lil' dl.ln contlued | ale a ;atn-t our lims Their forces were'SOIMI I bj our ilflltry.1 the gunners were shot int'ligence they a JUST on our part, and Government ? Or, who forward when '
ener : and that their rivals, the democrats, ought to hide that stepped
Armies should
are retire
..,; : to penetrate to the interior :among .the sand in lution. Our artillery was thrown j CIOWI, WIllllh guns were cap'ured! there our country was almost on the brink of wrI I
'., I ( j f'fwar.ltn them the was not a soldier! to mm th,m. One of t their he ids in very shame fo their ignorance and from it, before the injuries which our
e. the Mexicans r 'tirating !before them. | 1 nwt protected by volunteers I I.n 'I I with England,in regard to that long
The tJ. and 3 1. divisions, followed close and (;l'n.uu' ( led tho main body in I these pieces was an old! Texan fi-pomrler, corruption In the natural progress of things, they country has suffered from Mexico shall have I and .vexed question," Oregon, and standing by

;. : took positions. .icnrral Pateroi! sent (icn.f I jp)r:\:, mil \as seen every win're, ralhing.an which, d1lril!;the Texan Revolution, had done now claim, what i:the next thing to the gift ol pro.. been redressed, and ample indemnity given calm, overwhelming eloquence and reason laid
phc-ev, that thpl have the sagacity to foresee, for claims
: f Pillow's brigidi* to tjic interior, and took his {lc'lr"gil the volunteers The two : good (11'cuiQI: among the MevL-in! ranks. unerriijih us our own against her, a? well as the foundation in the public mind for an .,

:f.: t: position /the left of Gcn. Woilh's division. (i I armies vv.-re soon ciigiged in hot conflict ,\s to the fligs he boists of having taken, I what wi be the result of certain principles our expenses in prosecuting it. So, when we I able adjustment of the matter ? And, eq i

;,. S : Gen. Twigg's took I his position [I the rear of i riie broke.i nature ot the groin J divided the 'i they are veiy probably! meie company markers vul movements, especially when they pertain to politic hear a man say, the War is unpopular, we bv no means least, who averted the hand ,
{ wll' 'h the field and vveie dropped t
i Patterson's. An old Cathedral was taken pOSe : Inn.-, M' that instead of one general cnga c' : on fanaticism, in removing from the house
.t 1 picked liv the valiant Mexicans. His Licellencv fin'.t within the political sphere, as all our reader country in the and therefore desire .
r session of Gen. 1'iiljw and the [ up wrong
; by soon after- j teen, re iuifiit!> w cie compelled in :great \ making appropriations for the negotiation
, ,!, t wards, a magazine containing 130 boxes oJ i I m asurc to fight ou their own hook. Our of the War Department, to whom who have read how :fr. Webster's life was saved by it to be closed. Every body desires peace: peace with Mexico, that death knell of tbe f.

:, '* ammunition. During all this time the enemj : officers were always advance leading their ,i Santa Anna has sent these trophies, wi no the .great statesman's forecast'* in not going onboard no one more so, than Mr. Polk and those who public, the Mn/mof Prortso"/ The

-I ., kept up a fire of she'lland, round shot from the j troops-lience the great mortality among them. doubt be sorely disappointed in the ( tex I steamboat which was lost, will remember. sustain him in urging a vigorous prosecutionof to all these questions is, Mr. res- .

: ":.. town and castle: few of which reached our ''in tins ueuerjl tnelie one of our small rcgij tuie, and beati'v' of these standards. Mexi Among the evidences to which we may refer to the War. Then, the sense in which we Calhoun.

:"f:'f'; line, and those doing no harm. l j meiits;, ol 400' men, would be attacked liy a I, can pride is easily satisfied when such feeble I substantiate their claim to this superior gift, nothing understand these expressions must be the correct Then, I would ask, in the name of common I

: At S o'clock, a. m.; tic U. S. steamer Spit. whole \Mexican- brigade of several thousand i I mementoes of their prowess and valor as stands more prominent than their prediction one. If the people think our country is gratitude, why this tirade against him? Canit

;t 1- : fire ran in close to the town, and fred a IUr. Thus .the J Kentucky infantry was attacked at ;I these console them for so inglorious a defeat. with regard to the taniTof 1'11, 3 compared with in the right, of course they support the War, be to gratify envy, hatred, or malice T Or,
J' : ber of shells into the afire1 All the officers on our side, in this hard. the actual results of that act. They foresaw the i and it is popular. If they think sho is in the
[ : place, receiving i tIe fnot of a bill: in a deep ravine, by an immeiiHc ., can it be to court f favor with the powers
#'"t t: from the castle in return. ft.rie' ol the (enemy. A large number I fought battle, distinguished themselves. The ruin" it would produce, and proclaimed i aloud wrong, they oppose it, and it is unpopular.To .- be ? I neither. It must then originals tat

: .:: P, This nurning our army moved: still nearer of the officers were killed here-among them :I|! details of the battle were confided to Gen. everywhere with the eares'nes of true patriotism. say oherwise, would b to charge them I in a hop calm and dispassionate

*I t. ,4 the town ; Worth's division ou the right, and was Col McKee, who fell badly wounded. I I i" Wool, who nobly justified the confidence of Their warnings were unheeded. Democrats were with most unpatriotic inconsistency-for, i if on the part of those engaged in it. rfeco

the shore ( his commander and }brother-veteran, by the bent on mischief and nothing could stay their they think right is en our side, it would be base .
; renting on irn. Patterson in the and was immediately despatched by the eecins. purpose I it have its origin in tho former of these interrogatories

S .: centre extending hack into I tlU country, and I _.. wino [pierced him with their bayonets as '. most active, zealous, efficient and gallant to efiect it Amid those doleful and terrible traitorism to oppose it ; thus making it unpopular reflection will teach the actors that
i iJl conduct. the whole action he cries of ruin! ruin! the tariff of 1JO was passed, -or, if they think we are in the wrong,
: Gen. Twig division on the left still t farther he lay on the grotm'1! I.teut. Col Clay was ;i! Throughout in weakening the influence of Mr.
: : to the interior. They have approached con. sl.ot through .the thigh, and being unable to I!I. was constantly engaged in the disposition of and the result w as-:ivthirig but rum. Mark the they would act most unjustly to support it; thusmaking they are inflicting, at this crisia aa

.'t eiderablv within rang" of the guns in the town, i walk, was taken up and carie. some dis-i our forces, and in rallying them to the onset. prediction-rum'! and the fact-universal prosperity it popular. incurable wound on prhaps It with the

and be reached those in the castle was a miracle that ho escaped the thick and let them stand recorded, on mon\ment Here, then, we have a criterion by whichto
1 : can by tn.ce Iy some of bib men, owing to the I I I a later view, it remains yet to be shown that
from both of which} brisk has flying ) which thinned the ranks he was of brass to justify the whig claim to test whether the War is popular, or unpop.
e cannonading steep:iess of the! hill, the men finding it very ; hl. PQli.ialtore- the President does not approve of the plan W

.J.e t been kept uj during the day. The line extends dziictnlt! to {carry him, and the enemy in great 'i marshalling. There was }but one complain i (;.t. The great statesman's ,forecast" is not moresorthy ular. Taking it for granted that no man is down by Mr. C. for conducting the war.

across the rail-io&d which goes from the I' num'-ers'! pre, *m<: upon themthe. gallant Lituti made ag.amst him and that was, that he exposed \ to be remembered than this. Both attest opposed to the War, who thinks our country in But, in reply to all this it may be said, that

.4t: : town to the magazine, anr the IUjUtJIc which :!i (CttII1t! ipd; leave him and take 'himself too ma h. JSrig Genera the peculiar glorj of whiery, and should never b the right ; and that no man will support it, Mr. Calhoun disapproves of tbe removal of the I

:' ," the with water is Iik'-uNe in tll'o Lane, also, showed 'himself be a brave and forgot. who thinks her in the wrong, let u'use these
z ._ : supplies city our ;! c. re tf .h"I'Hh'cs. Torced to leave him on troops under Gen. Taylor, from Corpus Christi -

-:::' ;j: : possession. In feliort the citj i is:fairly invested .the ui M i, the Ia>t that was seen of this noble capable ofli.-er. ,Vthough! wounded early in But the matter whuh is now brought. forward and- data i connection with undisputed facts, and to the Rio Grande : and forsooth, therefore

.,i.; und ccmmunicdlioii I by the main roads cut oft ) ounig o.Tict Iw was l\mg on his back, figh- the action, hu kept Ins horse. until i closed, relied upon by the whigs to make good their claim we will be able to determine the question before he must be cut off"from the party-he cannot

: Entrenchment! have been marked out, and hug with his: sword the eo.'m\ who wire stab \ and never I tor a moment left his post. I is, that they predicted war as the result of the annexation us. What are the facts ? If we look to be any longer regarded as a democrat.

.i \\illbo worked on t.nighit, which are near Ilil<; tu:n with their bjoncts The The old Geneiil-in-Chief remainld at his of Texas, and therefore> were opposed to it. Congress, we find that both democrats and Shame I shame !, upon such sentiments. Can

';j .: enough to .the wall Jf) render our heavy guns I I Japt U in. S. \\iliis: of thu same regiment\telal, ': original and m-jr'i exposed position, s'ipeiin : Sure enough the war cane. Who after 'that will whigs, excepting only a few of tho most factious it be democracy to ostracise a man from the
: the latter have
time after time
:'i, tlr c.i\'c.. These gujis have not been taken j at the head ot his company, with three tlwarl j tending the bath! and nlrwl.: watching:its : 1'iestion their claim ? We will not. But we must voted among for the have party, for the exercise of an independent opinion

: ; on shon SteptocV light )battery, with the sons who! fought at his side, was badly wounded events. .\1 (escopette through' his prtet against the use they are disposed to make of supplies Army. They vo. of an act of the President,when that opinion
ted also increase of
':: horses, hue been Jaded( !, with several pieces but, still continued' the fight, until he was I ovcrcoat.-tIjt. vTne old! Iron, so familiar it, when they hold it up, not only to exalt (them- These a large done with men in the Army.. relates wholly to a mere matter of policy,

,;. I large calibre. Neither Duncan's, nor Tailor'sbattery overcome. with. the. loss of blood.. I II. 'to all the officers and m.m"ho have ever selves, but to operate a a condemnation of the demo Was things this were the action of unusual majori.ties. not principle? Certainly not. If it is, I hare
:} 'c ) has arr'ed" nor has < Hare >i In the meu1mC the Indiana brigade, who I been under his command, and which has seen ovr"U. There. nothing in the course of the democrats the War ? The men thought thus far learned democracy to little purpose;

: .1 reached here with the dragoons. A nuniberofvcb were out ordered to charge the j severil: campaigns in: 1'lorida, in TCl', and on this, question to authorise censure. They wrong people have not com and, now, at somewhat an advanced time of

:t.,': '.. cls with troops and ordinance., which '! enemy trlnl, were seized aoe with a panic, and dn II in )lclico.I cit not del}' but what war might be the consequence ed plained them of and these measures, but loudly demand. of life, shall have to study it anew. But such

: were due a week ago, have not been heard of j I pla'ir1 some hcsitition, Assistant Adjutant: On the night of the 221!, )both armies drew though they constantly affirmed that the been rejoiced at their passage. Have is not the democracy I have been taught. I
ac they, too, conduct which
't ------- from thc lipid of battle. approving gave
I Our men were that the best friends flf
of conceive
Iilcull to their front, and whilst of annexation would give no just tatt.it for war ; andit Government can readily
::1., Battle of Buena Vista. I upbrniLng: ..hel for their cowardice, was shot, engaged all night! in 'bunging in the wounded was I Ihe hope that Mexico would become sensible of I our War that such resources. for carryingon Mr. Polk, may disagree with him, or any oti.

i Discriplion of Gen. Taylor's Position-Cannonading -: several balls passing through his body. In j and taking: cire hI .them-I ho Mexicans as this, which induced so many to declare that war a and was wrong ? Why not withhold er prominent man of our party, in matters i.f

: ;f: on the 2lst-Gen. Taylor's ere \ to this bngiie: it shotd I be. stated, that they I I wel a their own men. There were, howe ou:1 not to be expected. They said,however if the men money of if they were demandedfor policy and still be democrats, goodandtne;

jI.1 :. posed situation-his tc/titc horse-Battle of\ SU'JM qiK.'itiy ralied. and fully rcJclmec their : ver, but few of our rl'l found on tho fieldwounded. did come, it would be no fault ofourg, and what we i purpose that these waging an unjust War? It and such is eminently the fact, in the case on-

{:: "-d Feb.-Death of Col. Jc Col. Clay, i reputauon h! \' .11 most gallant and cflctivefILiitiLig. They Wt'rl, to use Sinta Anna's were doing could never be considered a just or suffi seems to us questions must be answered der consideration For, I apprehend, no cn

:. .: Hardin, AJjt. Gen Lincoln, Col. Yell, j significant words, in his de!pa'ch, "all dead," provocation for it. was this high ground in a way to settle the_fact, that the will contend that there is any political prwaf
the cent I War is popular, or, else to convict its .
S Capt. Willis-CoMarAhatfs charge Co1"lartil led the Illinoisians in very coirardly mi'.crcan's having killed everyman upon which the democrats stood, and Irom which supporters pie involved in the removal of the troops, ift
;Jl : The gallant Mississippians-Gen. whom they overtook, an I help. who at the same time disapprove of it, of with de
Taylr'I hanc Cm style, and the sturdy "suckers" wOluJ.d they could not be frightened by the terrors of war the manner before stated, at variance
i; '- left flank turned-Demand to I fought like lions Their Colonel less on the l field. Wilh like turpitude and mos shameful folly and wickedness. Theyare Then, the question arises, and I
intrepid presented 'to their imaginations. The people ot the mocracy.
: Killed anducoundid-Minoiis discomfiture I' treachery, they left their own dead unburied the true plunderers, if not acting upon of Florida
1ari" It II woucd. and experienced ihe fato of United' States sustained this position by electing Mr the justice of our cause-for put it to every democrat in the State

: We had the pleasure of an interview yesterday t; Col MeKce and! Clay, and WAS killed by the dan their wounded uncared for, on the fieldsvlnercthcvfehl Polk to the presidency. They did not deem that and to they provide ways : Are they, for the expression of an opt

: : with Coffee of the whooJ t .. Thel.ltti'r\\f. .. ._ /_ ? In means overrun a negbLor's domain, *>
: i' Major Army enemy-not however before he had killedone --' :rrit'- SJI Mexico could take offence at an act to which heliad when they know it "is ell We ion, such an one as is above slated, willing
i : over Gen. Taylor's despatches. This of the miscreants with tillo, in our wagons, tho former were buried wron: will cast J/r. Calhoun the and sqt**
brought a pistol, from party
.' cowarl n right to make objection, and if she did. they not attribute such conduct to them but rather
(..,'-. .,.Si.,, gallant officer-a son of the distinguishedGeneral which he lre,} wllht 1 lying on the ground. by the alcalde, under .tine orders of Gen. knew that upon her shoulders would rest the consequences believe that they aid the War, because, him, tee no longer leant your aid in svppcrt tf

,'f :." who fought so brave-JK on the Plains CoT ,: It..l.. tints foremost mm, a chargef TaJlor.A Will the whigs now say that the peoplewere think it and deserving support.If they our rights? If such be the case, lam TSJU/
number of
7; of Chahncttc, and various. : ; other battles, by > mounted volunteers against a large officcts were taken prisoners ? Will that just mistaken And, at the same time the forego
wrong they annexation of Texas we now turn to observe the of
the side of the illusthous Jackson acted of hnct and killed and an exchange was eflected by whichall say conduc is I will also the following
l : : as body rs, was by a lance, should not have taken place however just the people with regard to this \ lug question put, put
:i tho Aid of Gen. Tailor the bloody fight at which his mouth and off side' our men who are now in their hands orpo- we Are readybecauseY"Calnoun
t'ltl'r.1 tore one interrogatory :
I liti you
to South
or even because find it the
I Mexico view taken
: were released.! Ca :'us necessary supporting already as tots
.1: Buena Vista. Wcjare greatly indebted to of his fnce.'J'hne: .! J Claj's patty arc disapproves of an act of reLICT of
would be displeased thereby ? Or did they popularity. They without hesitation
I say
to he in of Mexico. ,
him for of this understo.x now city and *f
many: particulars hard-fought \ the heroes of Monte- I the President, ready to condemn him,
I Js.iilpjal' Among the 1 killed and! wounded of the annexation would lead to war, because it would be from every quarter, to fill up .the Army-they
battle. after Polk veat*
3/r. ,
I I rev : duty as skirmishers Mexicans three g'xxl cause. for war ? We should like particularly to enter into it with the highest zeal-no arraying 3/r. Calhoun against
Gen. had fallen in love at first ordered into ; are, gent-nil officers and the ichen the ax*
Taylor I v\er line to receive a charge of hear en Administration, at a time
their answer to this last question. If did dissuades his neighbor from with the
JJ they
t anJ going
of battal
; sight, with the position. at which ho finally I If I civa'iy: which they did with their rifles, de.I ions.twenty Gen.colUlli; Minim COlln i it nnnikrs not, their talk was not only idle, but it displayed current. So far from there being difficul- try is at War, and thereby throw the pmcerlo i1
: ': : mide his stand-at [Juena Vista. His movement I I livening at tho same tune a most destructive appears, has not as any the hands of the Opposition? I hope, s
-f want of resolution which we would be to ty in soldiers, the trouble is to find
jet reali/ed the brilliant which he sorry accuse getting room
towards Nueva I Itr' I I fire thc crowded career of believe it 55
was a columns
Agua merely ruse among of cavalry. not. Then, the correct policy,
.: them of-it showed they afraid doa (orMhose. who offer their services. We have
considered his were to
of Borland
to decoy the enemy into the field which he 1 I Tht enemy) were completely repulsed. 'Ihe rapture[ Maj. an fat to me, is, first, to give our whole support W
fl i earnest. He was ordered h\ Santa Annato good and great act,fraught with blessings to themselves seen it stated that, since .the commencementof
had selected for his As the War,leting -
battle-nround. soon distinguished commander of tins callant regiment Administration while we have a
and to all the War the tender ormore
attack and Siltilln ;rlnrinf the parties concerned, and promising than one hun.
carry en. !
3 ":. a lcCuJoch's men, who-were invaluable I ',Col. Jefferson Davis was badly wound. gagement at Huen.i: Yi't \\VLth"this;i; object i;. happiness and prosperity to their successors through dred thousand Volunteers has been refused. : Mr. Calhoun enjoy his own opinions, U to
. : relate
.; tt a scouts. him of Santa Anna's ap-- ed, an cscopctle I.al having entered his foot alh Can he may deem best, so long as they
he idt' the time, because Mexico scowled with an I any history, or age, furnish us with
m: a any
: preach to Agua Nucva, Gen. Ta)lor quietly and passed out leg. tie was, I however Ch'lltstrltiol against angry such matters of policy-and when the proper tin>
i : town with 2000 Lieut. Shover fro\v upon them. This it not the spirit which splendid exhibitions of patriotism? When tf n
ravaliy ,
broko up his camp, and fell back to his first- doing well when last heard from. Tho raised arrives to elevate him, no one will join w
with and of leads a nation on to and, to all companies are wherever they the.
sixty small highminded
men two greatness ,
pieces artillery go
U !if love-Buena Vista, This position admirably chivalrous was with of 5ucC'kthan
was I.ieut McClung prevented with more readily, or more hope
CuI vie each other
carries people in their
out to meet the valiant General men along with it its own condemna-
S chosen. It was at the foot of a moun- from his of the brave deeds eagerness
doing hlre
and at one discharge of his cannon, sent lim. If, however they said annexation would leadto to do them honor-no is raised to damp
i'f: Y ta'". or ratncr of two mountains, between of this brilliant: fight, by the grievous wound wor -
him and his large force to the right-about war because it would be a good cause for war, en their ardor-it is even whispered to TALLAHASSEE COTTON MARKET.
r$* ? which ran the road through a,n arrow valley received at the battle of Monterey, which in double-quick time. and they now boast of the fulfilment of their predic- hem, that they are about to encase in We have received during this week, 13 bales,cot;
|| On his right there was a deep ravine, which still confines bun to his bed, and from whichit ( pere. ton ; sold at SI a 9J c. We have heudOn0teu
I In concluding our lon, they involve themselves in a of the rating injustice against a sister Republic the '*
imperfect -
: have rec
{ that flank necessarily Sea bland. By this day's mail we
protected more effectually than half i much feared his best friends he will
*; !J.: a dozen regiments could have 'done. The I never! by sketch of the few details of the brilliant enemy in opPolition to their own country. This is newspapers for the time, forget their usual dates from N. York up to the 34th ult-,Which too

S. recover. deeds of Americanalor performed at Buena the inevitable. consequence. Mexico found just party topics, and turn to quarreling with each a decline of ic in that market. Since the amvuhe
:left of Gen. Taylor's line rested on the base Col. Humphrey Marshall's splendid regiment Vista-detaiIs gathered from a con. cause for war in annexation, and annexation led to other, a to what district or county raises the Cambria, freights for square cotton kaf*P':>
&_ .. .. of a mountain. The road in the centre was of Kentucky Cavalry were impatient for hasty in way, and vessels are now loading for Few Tor*
vcrsation, we must be allowed to our war, then of course, the United States is engaged ina most men shortest time, and which .
: 'F entrenched and defended by a strong batter an opportunity of showing their mettle, and express I Ic per pound.M1ILLE
} )
satisfaction (to 'find that the ant we war which she brought on by her owu unjust act. ty supplies the greatest number-_and Legisla.
In front the cpationl
ground was uneven-broken intoll the of' their brethren then
: avenging! capture have so confidently and so expressed Are the whigs prepared to maintain this view ? Are ures and Town Corporations rote money and LIST-PORT OF 8?. IllU.
hill! and -
deep adapted to the in the hands of the .
were soon
:.. ravine-wel enemy. They of and efficiency of volunteers tiey willing to stand up and charge their country medals to show their appreciation of this uni.ersal ARRIVED.
: mode of th brat-r
iJ fighting our volunteers, and favored with the desired opportunity, the approach J March 22. Schr.MaryFans1lCharlestOtht0B'die
than Let with injustice? Do citizen-soldier What all
more realized. they assert that Mexico in spirit. means
by its peculiarities supplying the disadvantage of force of than Lancers i St. Pettes. .
i -; of a great inferiority of numbers. and Hussars a who more 2000 them.- those who have heretofore made our citizen the right in this war? The charge is against no this if tho War is unpopular, or the people 27. The Brig Havana, from New Orleans, w w

I' : the 1st the gallantly charged soldiers the theme of their ribaldry and ridi- man or set of men, but against the people for 'there think it unjust I If it is so, then, we aicer. ashore on South Cape. The vessel it IS said,W"r
On 2 descried The
? : enemy hills.were ap Kentuckians stood their ground with cue, be forever hushed into silence by the ha been no act of our government which was more i ain fact by evidence,which,upon the usu be a total loss. The cargo principally for New?*"*

preaching over the distant At their ape immovable steadiness, and receiving the enemy gallantry and glory which have emphalical. the act and wish of the people than al rule of interpreting evidence, would lead will be saved in a damaged state. "

I 4 pearaoce the volunteers raised a great shout, with a fire from their carbines, charged consecrated unparalleled in American history tho bloody to be maintained let them know it. a conclusion directly the reverse. t 28. Brig Gen.Wilson, Minor, New York. tO **

:. \ and gave three tremendous cheers. Their in the most gallant style through the column l i. their duty to defend themaelvei.Even die & Pettes
Let those who think the War
field of Buena Vista. now unpopular April 2. Schr.Tallahassee, from New Orlein- ,
s and officers were seen the and their left here though the forecast of the whig does
engineers tymg over on right, wheelng, fell on not fail them. Seeing the effect weigh well these indications of public feel CLEARED.
the field, and dragging their cannon toget dispersing and a of them.A The commuuication has been opened between which this view is March Final,Manatee.
r1 great many likely to have with the people, and dreading its ing. Let them also consider what sort of es- 37. Schr. Mary,

* : them into 1 position ; but the nature of the like charge was made by Col .May, at the Camargo and Monteray. sequences, they hift their position, and assert con-that mate they put upon the character of the peo. 27.. Schr. Cynosure, Charleston by lirodietes. m

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SPRISGODSGrand an interlocutory decree of his honor Thomas virtue of the power vested in m# by law, I
SUNDAY BalzpU. the Middle Circuit in the. k MAXWELL. p for sale, before the Court House dor.
CtDtlemen-You will please give notice in you Opening Goods, HOPKINS &. MEGINNISS Jude in Leon Circuit Court.The City tbe city of T.llahasseecountv of' Leon,on the fin

"ue. that the 2d quarterly meeting of the M JUST received per Brig Gen. Wisn. consisting olJ now receiving the balance of their Spring of Tallahassee,vs J. B. Bull. ft al. Trustees, it having WM II BROCKENBROUGH wi return to Flo-. Monday m July| next, the (following ptfpejty, or sa

Dut Sabbath Sch ol Society at this place, will b held a all van ties of fabrics fo 1ress.BonnetsRibbons ARE ,among which are a variety of new styles been referre to me to enquire into and a.n. in time to attend all Courts of the much thereof, 'ill pay the State. and County tax on

& 6th inst., at the Methodist and Flower of all vrietit. of dress ; with a Urge and extensile stock of torn, at nea t may be, the persona vAo may le appropnate Middle Circuit and Jackson and Franklin Coun. the same for the year 1340 :

CD Tuesday enDing next,the Barre Sha"h and Scarfs, all kinds go and Dry Goods objecI? according 0 to the design and intention ties in Wet Florida B &. M. will also attend the Lois No,. 317, 315, 319. :2.:). original plan, ami;

E. Church. This will be,a meeting of impor- assortment of Hoisery.Go'es. Mitts, &c, HATS. donor!' and to U report the tame, Supreme and Federal Court. Their time will b 179. north addition, of the city ol TaUahawte. put.porting .

an election of officera for the ensuing yea Sun Shades, Parasoletts, Fans. Gentleman's Spring stjle of hats ; anew and beau- with the t1iOllo which they may b respectively devoted exclusively to the legal profession, to belong to Davenport.

tC I besides a rat lety of other business Also, Men and Boys' Panama Lgborn. and Palm- titul article. entitled ft am the fun noo in han:' Now there claims against Unittl States for the attentiveof A. A. FISHFR. Sheriff

will place full attendance of the leaf Ibt. and a full assortment Clothing I BOOTS AND nOE. fore all persons. an in said fund prosecution which arrangements have been madein and er ofC Tax Col. for Leon County.
which is to b di.pe for cheap for cash by the subscribers, corner of Ladies' Philadelphia made Sho every}' description as sufferers by the fire in Tallahassee on 25th May;, Washington. December 20,1 23 "a

members is particularly requested, and all who fee] Monroe and Jefferson streets and at their Store inMonticello Gentleman's Patent Leather and D'Orsay Gaiters I'H3. are hereby notified and required to present their March 1: 1S47 31 AT

in the cause of Sabbath Schools are re- Please call and enmine the stock ; \\uth a U L\"E1ULSTOC A'of other kinds claims I.t> me, .hi ,huy day from thu date, CHAMBERS >
ID interest L:k H. GREENBERG CO. vhcn I shall said TalalU January 6, 1847. %
of SHOES and proceed
invited to attend. RepectfuIIy.TIIAD'S. I & fO1'S."UR interlocutory lohtss Young A. ,
April 3, 1S47 47 ITURF. decree. BARRELS MOLASSES ..
1) tAN Sofas and 1ivans. It will be proper that each claim exhibit-I The For sale by Delita 1 I I Petition fee Divorce.

Secr'y Treasurer I 300 Pieces Calico. Marble Jure15.: character andextentofthe loss; 2. The situation to Much 13, .IS47. 31 J. R FORTUNE. formerly Dtlil.lu01)hrE) I

Tallahassee, April I. 1647. : SPRING and Summer Prints, choice pattern, just Marble Top Wash-stand, which the claimant was reduced by such loss; 3. The --- -- -- TN this case.it ordereJ! tlmt hn bill be and

and for sale! by Marble Top Centre Tables, amount already received from funds contributed for Buggies for Sale. X that the same be set for final fle.first

L &H GREENBERG &CO. Wardrobes, Bedstead the relief of the sufferers; and, 4. The proofs by ONE fino Buziyr, with leather top lor one or two day of the next .April Court for heainl County or

sPRlNGGOpDS.BETTON April 3, 1S47 4 a great nrieJ'of ROCKING,and other CHAIRS-some which these several fact can be made to appear.| with single or double seats, spring lon thereafterduring the term I'n. same can 1

new me patters ; with a general variety of F. punch made to order,with harnesses b
& HIGGS < WITNIn. expressly one or two head: Provided, That this order be published in
Maple and Domestic Goods.A Grocery, Haid-icare, Ciockery and Ironrlorf. Mate Also one fine Buggy and Harness, withouttop. one of the Tallahassee pap -r" for the of threw
ARE now receiving per Gen. Wilson, an elegant GENERAL assortment just received and for ale Tallahassee, April 1, 1$,17. 4t 37. Tallahassee, March 27, 1547.. 3/i 3t Apply to J. R. FORTUNE months before said final hear inc.THOMAS -

of Spring and Surtmer Gi ods, v iz : Xi. by L. &H. GREENBERG &CO. _n. Sentinel and Journal copy. March .iO, 1517. 3.> BALTZELL. Judge.

French Berages do. April 3, 1i47. -47 LATEST SPRING GOODS. SULPHUR SPRING, .\ true copy : Tot : I

Satin stripe AMENDMENTS TO TiE D. McK.\ENY, Cerk.BT ( .
Rich Ombrie do. Groceries.A NEWPORT \KULLA COUNTY, FLORID
receiving, per Brig ren. Wilson from New CONSTiTUTION OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA, JoHN B. KEJ. D. C. I
Plain and Plaid Black do. hILL assortment just received and for sale L bv NOW the : '"HUH subscriber would lot respectfully January 9, IStT. 25 tm .
Plan Moe. Blue and PInk do L. II. GREENBERG CO. 1. folowing. .4 in'inin his and public that mt FOSEDAHD AGREED TO BY TiE SECOND GEER.'L : --- -
& & : Organdies, fri.'ndl thE i
Balzannes and Marquese, AMEMBV ; TO Tin ACTION UPPCFSiiWaUnCcSpriut.tsT --]
Printed Muslins( and Lawns, Aprils, I-s 17. :37 I Printed Lawns, .i r; stil occupies the WAKULLHOTEL, 0} THE NEXT GENERAL l"UEC ASt.MBLTAn I
Gingham Lawns, and | to accommodate all who mav desireto t.Mn .

Culore Tarlton do Robes Muslin,*, Ice Cream Freezers. Scarfs and Shawl, .virtues of Sulphur Water during the ensuing .let to to amend Conttitution of this Slateas HE subscriber takes his method of in. .

SALE at the TIN SHOP, Ice Cream Freezers, Bonnets and Bonnet Ribbons, season 'to ej-tenti to all free trfiile. male -inhabitants forming his friends anl th- that .
Plain do do I70R pubic
various sizes. 1\ls Tin Tubs, to set the Silk Mitts and Gloves, A convenient bath-hou was built over one of our ,
Muslins, ( being citizens of the United State, who shall has taken a lease on the ;
Organdie Book and Mull do Fieezer in, which takes a less quantity of ice than Grass Skirts, A.c kc, for sale bv springs last year: and another house (for the accom.m"lhlion hire resided within this Stale one year, the elective ment for a term of years,and will be abve prepared to !ac- II
Swiss the wooden tub. LLOYD .V. FLAGG of the Ladies) will be erected during (he ft'anehiseSECTION counnexlite all who may favor him with their pat.
Lawns and Gingham
Mourning Rich Berage t Talaha.e April :, t ..I. 37 .\pri3,1Sn. 37 5t Spring.This1. 1. Be it enacted bt/ the tale and ronage As regards the mineral qualities of the water 1

Black do Shawl. List of : Baths. can be used at all limes, are never Rrpiesrntatirei of the State of Florida I they cannot be surpassed by any watering placein
Silk Scarf. l.eUel' Staple floods.1f oierrlowed, and the properties of the water are as in General Assembly convened, That the first America The Springs will be opened by the first

Superior Black do REM.MXIXG[ in the Post Office, at Tallahassee, \ BALES COTTON o xnunr, bein hciil to ia.alid, 'tlioseof any' sulphur springs clause of the sixth article of the Constitution be day oOtrrh. Charges wi.I be moderate and every 'Jj
Berage s
Ladies White and superior Kid Gloves, April 1.1SI7- ji\J S Shirting, in the St.ite. I i.not deemed necessary here to cite amended as folo\s.viz : Every free white male person atention be paid to the comfort of all who may
Colore '
do do do Silk do .\h. Charles C Levy', Minon 2" Sheeting. c3or give et'ltifcale:from visitors:who have tried ol the age twenty '-one years and upwards,and favor. with their compary. The subscriber i.

Silk and Gingham Umbrella, Allen, Silas D Levy, Alfred 2 Brown Drif.'r( i-alubv them. who shall be, at the time of offering to vote a citien provided with goodandaithfulsrryairt.mfinesablc., i

Parasols &. Parasolettcs, Bonnet Ribbons assorted, Allen. William Leonard, Sarah A LLOYD &FLACG In aMilinn to the u-ual fare at countrv Tavern-; ? of the United States, and who shall have resided and attentive hostlers ?

Sun Shades, Anderson, John Leonard, W B 2 April l.l'i 17 :37 r.t the \Anlla I told will be regularly supplied with and had his habitation, d<.inicil, home and place of Invalids laboring under. 1 the following diseases may ,

White and Black Silk Ho-*, Austin Joseph Nixon, John G i ecu Tin'I'10, I Fi-h and Oysters, and every attention permanent ab"de in londa"for one year next prc- rest assured the Springs will elbxt fur them a per.

Black White and Mixed.1 Io"e and Ilton. Charles F Mitchell, William \ails, A.C.rjK piul t'l t lie! cot ,lrrt ot visitors. ceiling the diction at which he shall offer to \ott. manent cure: 1)ispepsis, Diabctn*. Prolapsus Utera
Sate Linens, h.1lo"e. B.rber.1lrs Martha Michoti, Rev M M KEGS X.ILS. To g,'itUniFii!( fond of hunting and tisJlir!, Ibis and who shall,at such lime and for six months immediately all l kinds of Srofiih,Scald. Iud.Tete and the vs. 1

Brown Linen Drillings, > ) Blrton 1lou'luire. ArthurButler" / c/ TraCe Ch3ili, nei l.'ji'riiood atT>rd-i an unfailing supply ol K,:me and I preceding said time, have had his habits nous painful disorders of this efciss. .

do do and Cotton Drillings William lon J I Collins' and Simmons Axes, fish ; and t', pi rents wishing to bring their children tion, domieil, home and place of permanent abo>k.' The Dancinc Saloon will b-l in readiness for all -a .

Table Damasks and Napkins, enlit. Mr Morns F Just received and for sale bv lucre, .tin-re is a glNI I school and divine service every !. in the county in which he may offer to vote, hall be \ho are fond of this graceful aIM pleasing exercise. .

Huckaback Toweling Bradley; Capt K J MadJ., Dav.idBulkson LLOYD &FLAGG Sabbath. div. deemed I qualified voter at all elections under this FRANCIS A. HUSON.
Scotch Diaper Linen !Dowlas, Mr[ Manning. John i\priI3IS4. 37 U The itiWnl.er! has <-;<**! stables t for Hor-i,,ind at- Constitution and none others, ecept in elections by February 27, IN 17 a > 3m
White, Brown and Black Holland Scotch Blake, Dr Robert W Miles, Prof Pliny ''enfive 1t\'alt. general ticket in the State or District presetibed bv The jMirnal". T.lahaee. Advertiser.palactiieohs"Tirnes. : .

Eve do., colored Table and Piano C
Fancy Democratic do., Furniture do Bird Capt Daniel. 2 Mills, Win BARRELS Rochester Four, for salt by ,'w n.rt, Iiiid.i_ Mirch!, 1M7 __ -1): __ resident of the State one year next preceding the Flag & Advertiser,".[oltlnmtr.1illleacopr ai

Italian Pint. Cravats, Barry hill,Thomas S Montros,Mi* Cornelia 30 \ D i. I- L VGG. ".. M'hilNNIY electionand six montlcithin the election districtin once a wek for three s.nd paper .

Vienna da I Bam hill, Mrs KlizaVth lcKinneJohn April, ,17. 37 '>t. IUSIII"ARTIST which he olf.r : Pruidec. That no sol tamug the notice, and their bills for the same I !
Maddrass do I Ileall; Mr Elizabeth McColhsfer G dier, seaman or marine in regular Army or Navyof aiov P.

Gingham do Conway, James Mclirr, Henry For sale by LloJ.t A Tla" jr, taken Rooms at .B.inner Home,.Mon- the United States, unless he were a qualified elector Stale Tax Collector's Smile .

Silk and Pongee Handkerchief"), Campbell, John Mclntosh.J M 1 rv \RRFLS 1S30 hih'inch( ter.) HING, I lii., very res:,ectfully lenders his services of tin* State previous to his enlistment a such virtue of the vested in me by law; I

Cotton and Muslin do Coleman, Ebene/er Mclntosh, Henry L : L\J 2 Pipes Brandy; \, to) t'lo-c-whodesi're faithful and accurate Likeness soldier, stannn clr marine; in the Regular Army or BY expose for power sale, on the fourth; Monday in : '

Union Cottonadcs, Calhoun, Col John C Mclntyre, Dr G 0 2 'Cases Claret Wine, s ul themselves! or friends, which will he trans- Navy of the t United States,or of the revenue service, :\iiiu-{ "t next, before the door of the Court House, atKoch' J
Dennis Marine Cowart, Mrs Harriet Markham, William 4Cohoon : t indelhblo mementos of the past shall be con.idered a resident of the Sate in consequence
Blue Shirtings posterity
I> Casks London Porter, quirt and pints, milt Blutl, in the county of Washington, State of
Fancy Strip Drilings. James Nabor, Mrs Malinda 0 I Cak Jamaica Rum, His ;ieies are warranted to {Il.ac.1 Price 3f). of binj stationc within the*same Honda the following described land, or so much .E
Habit Linen. Win G M Morton, John U". March 27 is-n 30 Passed r, Deembcr J. l4 Mont ,
la\is. April, 117 37 fit HI Snat thereof a* will pay the Slate anclonnl! taxes du" s.,
A Oduni Jesse D H NAYS President
2 Senate -
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4-4 Georgia Osnaburgs
on the same ft r the year 1SJ'3Ml -
DorseHobert Oliver, Robert AduiiuistratorN Sale. I II ARChER, Senate -
2 and | Lowell do Just Ucct'h"ct : Secretary ; ) acres, I lying in Holm"Ilcy, purporting to I l ,
rUh Joseph C C 2 John Passed House, December Ifi l"M -
4-4 English Long Cloth O'Col\l .MiLl t > an order of the Judge of Probite Blackw'fll.AUo '
AND FOR SLE BY LLOYD 1 L.\GG. belong to the estate of) A. B t .
Linen Osnaburgs, Eatbv, John L ,Capt G T 2Evtntt.Col Crushed Siar.& ; Count} londi, I -ball. prriceedto I ROBERT BROU, Speakr I to. RepkM ,'lOKin, I 1)ing in He>!mes". \' ., purport,1'1 .
Loaf :
Brown and Bleached Cottons, : Patterson, .Andrew Sugar, I bf f<'re the (\,uurt Hou>u door, in the town of t I). P. PY, Cleik to belong to G. Sweet ) :
"el ing
Powdered do and blardi.
Crown and Bleached Sheetings E\un, .lthao r.Uer"ol, Alexander Soap i Juinov.in atnrdav.( the 17th diy of '\Iril( IS 17, Also.1J5) acre, purjwrtin to belong la the estate 1 1l ,
10bo\c scald I
Candles and Oil herring,
Patterson, John amend the of I'm State :
.7/1 to
Fine Sea Island Shirting*, kc, &, Freelan, Old Java ColTec, La Coflec, I two liegri' "lllst\\it t : Miry, a gul, : years 'e Con"titltiOl stan of Jo ph 11 White and lying on it. :\ndre\1 Bay.
John Porter Nathaniel 3 If Slit! to mafke the session, of the itncral .-.hscnililybtenniul
3i'Grocerle Fryer "I l Xack, a b< ydbout 00 e '
ae years ;: Also acres, lying i'n theli-adol St Andrew'
Apri3ISI. llojd. Benjamin Powill, Challis nil d>. Chc.icecheilgTu1Mccoe: fur a i"tributinl( '),.twoen thc heirs of the e-tjte. I instead of annual Cay,nCr Mt.Cuimick' purporting.to belong toCvUirs 1

rra cr, Philip 2 Phillips, Geo W April, l17. ._ 17. Gt l .\rclnbald IllatU. deceased V'I r J He it enacted lithe. finale and 11'
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Java and Rio Coffee, 'erguson.John Preston,Thomarlfman State ofrioiida. E S lEP.\RD. AdM'r i R'IJrr.\rntatilf of the Stile of Flori JOHN W COOK Sheriff I

Loaf and Crushed Sugar, William Pope Barton. C _Match! 2t I, s7| ___ 15_ _. CIRCUIT MIDDLE .
New Orleans brown do 101or. W A Royce, Benjamin I IN CHANCLRV COelr clause of the fourth article of the Constitution of Februarv 1117. 31 f inIV J
CIRCUI LEON: Slate of Florida.IN _____ _
Alexander Russell. C 3 : it
Olive Oil be amended: read follows :
Maccaroni Gtlie lon this Slate so BS to as viz2d : .
English Dairy Cheese, Pine Apple do Francis Russell, Jte F Albert Ritchie and \illiam )1 I nt'aI, Executors: of CIL'NtERV--lN THE IIRCUIT COURT The members ol the house (.f Representatives o tire. r

Brown Soap, Windor ditto Graham 1):id Handal. Phinea B William N. Ritchie, CcinplttiiianUr FOR JKi H'KsOX COLNTY. st.al be cl.osen by the Ijualift'otC and shall months afterdate, I shal present my final ac-
Sperm Candles, Buck and Drop Shot [iranniss, H E ulhoe, John G hfanl.d.i: S. Linton. Complainant, serve for the term of two \'ear after the and vimrhers to tht Hon Judge of Po i
Bar Lead, Cidar Vinegar, Geiger, Harmon Slnue, James ) Louis A. PellennThomas Bol1'I.Thomas I'. King, r.. day of the first election ur.der the amended Constitution i- bate itt and fur the County of Jefferson. and :

Dried Apples, &x., & Green( Jnocl 2 Sh -eloMr [ J and the Union Bank of Fh.ril.rfmiltl. (atha.uie I:ii/ 1 uiith, Julio M Smith Richard and no longer; and the s.'ssi ant
LiatORs & Grant. Mr Harriet Smith, Williamor first day of April iM7,1 will eose| to loittlicsale the of fourth in November in each and
appearing to the! Court by com I the Monday i
alid3'it J.\I.GADSDEN.
and Cognac Brandy. Auguttui( ] Smith'i 1> for cash, before the( Court-house door in Tallahassee XT : every
Eliza January *
such other times be J
jlainant, (bat! the defendant otharine ccond jear, or at as may prcs- Monticello, 16. -i.
Winchester Whiskey, Aloiiongehala do ihent[ John tark\eather. S on Monday the 'JI l day of May next, within Smith, i a non-resident of the State, and resides in cribe-d bv law. -

Madeira and Claret Vine hook, Jesse 2 tockley, John B legal, hours, all of s
Champaige Cider Helm Josephs. Henry 3 Shavers, William (I) Noithot t f Range llC(J ) I1.It called the LUavette It mthtrffvre Gained, That the said defendant do of the fourth article of the Constitution he cause OIX months after dateI liail present D aunt i .

London Porter &otdtle. ., Hall \V E Spear Dr Thomas B Townshipor so much thereof, as shall be sulicient and answer the complainant's bill on or before othat the sameshall read as follows: 3d. That the O anloncht.u.. and a;?[>lvto the HOQ Jud e of ),

Ducal Champaign Wine, Howard, Elizabeth 0 3 Spencer Samuel JHorgor to satisfy the several sums of money mentioned in the appear third Mondiy in July otherwise the same Representatives shall bechoscn on the first Mondayin Probate of Leon County for letters of dismission as.Adrninistratrix

Sperm and Train Oils, &.C..&c, for sale bvBETTON David Scott, Rev James D : said dicreeand therein and thereby ordered to be will he taken for confessed nex, the matters thereof the month of October, in each and second on the estate ol Granville Sheppard,

i. HIGGS. Houston John StEphan, Ch paid out of the proceeds of the sale of !aiI 1 land decreed accordingly : .ind it is further Ordered from and after the first election every under this amended late of( sad: County, deteaso
37 Harley John D Stroman, Jacob Title Jets at cost t f purrham.i. \ar. }KLIZ l CLEAVELAND Adm'x. i
April 3. That a copy of this order be published in some of Constitution, or on such other day as maybe cI .
Hind*, Dr Stone, Bonapart BROW, Janmiv 2"J, 27 tim .
Just Received. George TJOIAS the public newspapers printed in the State once a directed by law. 1.-1 '
I Harris Thomas 'umpter John L Maler in Chancery. week for four months consecutively I I I Sec 3. Be further enacted,That the fifth clause Notice. 1

Orangea. Catsups, I Holliday, SJmou Tanner Mrs Ann April 3, 1M7 ]H [ BALTZELL Judge. of the aforesaid article be so amended as to read J
Lemonds. Oil. Hurst t. Tabor Washington TIOAS a months afterdate, I shall present my final ac-
A true : follows, viz: The Senators shall be chosen by the SIX .
hoes and Leather copy
Boots, and vouchers the Hon. of Probatein
I Chocolate to Judge
Die Apples Huhs Miss Ann Thomas, Richards C. G. FIFE"CMontirrlln /(,'*. .. qualified electors, for the term of four years, a't the
Lemon hand and made to order than ever and for the County of Jefferson and apply for a tin
Peches. Syrup. Hille, Dr John B Tucker, Hezekiah cheaper the i
ON Fa, March 1C. [ (] 1S47. :: 4m sainc time, in the same manner and in same
London Fvrter this Call and and discharge Administratrix of the estate of William
do l'runes Hair, Aaron M 2 Tavlor, Wm X otrcre in city. see where they vote for member of the House of as
Citron, 1 Albany Ale. Hole, John J Tay lor, Wm W we will sati.r.you that I:omc manufactures arc thecheapest. For Havana. place i\'H and no a Senator H. Smith, late. of said County decra.sed.ELIZUJETH ,\'
; person
Pickles. Genese }'our: Harrill, Susaiia liner, Joseph \ attention of Planters is invited to avery Itoh.P'tirts Representatives shal b K. SMITh
CI DERILLA, R S. unless he be a white mm, a itiztn the United
Quince and CrmberrJ $ Loaf Snar. lunter. Lewis Vinson,George. superior article of Negro Shoes for one dollar SCIR., Master, will sail about the Statesand shall have an inhabitant( of this State Jefferson COM:itv, October 31. I '-li. 15 Cm

Peete; Current and Smoked and Pickled I\ Walker, Edward W made ot the best mateiials, and warranted not to rip, 2Mb( this month for Hanna via Key for two years next preceding 1"1 his election, and the .tt
Jelly ; dmond!, Johnson Mrs \Vei"mon, A Prices fur other kinds of work will be found to cor- Notice.
Poly C M West, returning via Mobile and ApalachicolatoSt last viar :a resident of thedistnct or county for whichhe .
Grape Same. for sale by John-on Miss R AVilliams. William reapoiid Repairs of Hoots and Shoos, Saddles. and -5. Muks Her touching at the various shall be chosen, and shall have attained the age I. SIX months after the publication of tins notice. I '

R. B. &D. W. rO l. John.on. Allen G J Williams, W T Harness, at short notice. Harness. of every quality places will nuke it a pleasant trip fur any one wish- of twentv-fivevcar apply to t he Honui able James M Gilchnst. 1 :

April 3. 1M7. 37 3t Jerkins! Zarhanah Willis, F C maLe to order. in' tovi-it i llivam and those, ritie tor pasat Sic. I 1.: licit fuithirenacted. That thlsixthcaust!. Judge of Pr.bat. for Gad-den Ciunty,, f,'r letters of )H
Tones Miss Martha John Wferntygon.Capt UM H M' disini"sion as Administrator from the estate cf Susan
WatersrJ ILL.X.Quincy. onlv. aptlY! to J. R. IOR1UNE.gent of the afbtesi: article be so : j ;
Notce.SIX Aaron White, Elijah April 3, 18 17. 37Maistratc's S. Saell .
March .'", 1.7. Tj follow, v i/: The classification of Senators, made deceae.
months after date, the undersigned, Executor Keith, James J ;; WoI. William 2KflUy. at the first session ol the General Assembly held in R L. EDMONDS, Adm'rQuincy 'J J
the last will and testament of Benjamin '. Wilson Albert C.illen. Court. Just Iteccltcd. December 12. IS-Irt. 21 fm
the IS n, shall continue unchanged ; one I ;
amuc year hal
Chale deceased, late : \ nearly
TIIJItiee \i poihI b '
and vouchers to the Jude of Probate ONE '
lon Smith D their next Court on tl second Mon nOun casts, ever hereafter biennially term four : LAND SALES. .
of Leon County, and make application for letter uckwood. W F Wallace, J J in Return hay', i>d John Gold Pens, car
d.y \pril : \pri\ 1 do/en Washington Pioenled, hOlrNrr. and! it is hereby declared, that of legal authority the subscriber will 'j .
of disioisjioa I Executor aforesaid Lewis, John F Ward, Wm D Wilson Sherwood and Robert are tin Sled Beads, Purs.- Hi" s, and T."th. the term of office of that class of Senators unexpi- IN pursuance fur sale at public auction,al the Court House t .
JOSEPH CH.\IRES Executor -
Lewis, William J Waterson, John ministerial officers of Court. Under an arrangement Steel Clasps fwHa s.Sh red at the first elffolunder the amended Constitution of Madison County between the hours of ten and -

Leca Countypril 3, 1S47. 37 om Ly'.nch. Manse) D Veager, Rev W II C of the Macislrat there will be but one collecting .id.M Silk for Pursi-s .Vc ,Goll tumbles, shall to. expire on, tlc first Mondayin two o'clock, on the 13th day day 01 MAY next,tIre i '
Person for of the above letters, docket which will be under the direction of a maonty Head Ornaments .
Sheriff's Sale. calling any (;oIl Studs, i great variety of silver October, eighteen hundred and : following tracts of land. to wit : ;
\ill please say they are advt-rtistd. | of the undersigned Ju.tict. Earn ollm r will Picture t raines, will glass, Sec. 5. Be further enacted That the first election The S E 4 of Seetion2'J. 1 r .
BY virtue of a writ of fieri facias. i issued from MILES NASH I M le held responsible fu the papers put in Igs hand: Elastic: llill-lioldtrs. (; ( Slier and Perroratc Assemblymen, under this amended Constitution The S W 4 of Section 21, i t In Township No. 1.

the Clerk's office of the Superior Court for the fjCj- By late regulation of the Post Olicc lw. all Per Office, for the presentat the Court Papers '1' gross s.irlcd new GilotsI shall take plabc on the first Monday in October TheNW1ofSectir'n25.RangeNu.7S&E.The I ':
Count of Lean Middle of Florida wherein colcc.ion. : -
; District ransient? nt\\'spapEt must be pte-paid I Ali, Tannrs ness Ma'[.:;101 :1Etico. eighteen hundred and forty-eight and the first N E 4 of Section 2*. j.
the Union Bank of Florida is and Benjamin each.otherwise cannot be forwarde-d. C. E: J. P.JAS. .1 .
plintif. they \RTLE. I I session oi the. General Assembly, under! this amend.dod TlreEofSectionl.Torvnstip1R-5.S&E. ("
F. AUea, Adm'r of R. C. is defendant 3 IS47 :T7 3t J.P.
Alen. deeae. April h. Texas, Constitution, hal commence on the fourth Mon The W i of Section fi, J. R 9.U
I have leiedpon, expose for sale, EDWD. M WEST, J. P. Sun, \ eTfl'.ss' Actor, in eighteen hundred and I'r' :
Thedopteil day
before the Court House door in the of Mon No\'ember year On the 15th day of M.-tYat the Court House(
Worms Worms Worms !
t01'n 17 Ghost Sterns
April 3, I'-l7. Ri4' in Kentucky, I I ,
__ ___. The Qua'ler e forty-eight. rcd
the tracts will
ticello the first in next within le- Jefferson County, following
on Monday May b of
bane of childhood, and the certain precursor The (UI\orn'I. Piter the Brigand, Passed Senate, December '2. lS1G. .
tU hours the describtd wit TiE Notice.MESSRS. for sale. viz :
following Ifopel ty : many dangerous diseases, if allowed to rc- i ''Itmptatioii and Monement Battle I.f f I.ft.! by I). H MAYS, President of Se-nate. It

The The South North |i of Section Sec 11,14, |I main long in the human system in great numbers. ,DAMON &LYNCH abscncfrom are my duly the au- Dickens, Sf(;ules l and t J allies Daniel Denison, H. ARCHErS, Secretary of Senate. The The Wiof.Se-cl3.E 4 of Sec 14. )V In Town 1 SRange3East.TheSlufSec3I "
T agents during mv lundr Acte of Corinth.by Du- of December 29,
} ln 1RoSanTheEoftheNE4ofSec.l5 die Midnight Bell, 'h Passed House Representatives '
r Children
TheEioftheSEiof&n Thousands annually from )
f State. FRANCIS WIF"KEH. bv Sheridan Knowle,
o ini: FortesTiu, 'J'Hne 1S40.. The N 4 of Section t>. Town 2, Range 5, S -
March 20 1S17 3 &E
n.orm. Roman Traitor, "l\ I II. W llebert, Comic Wanderin ROBERT BROWN, Speaker Ho. of Reps.
Levied upon a the property
t b sold to satisfy said writ of fieri fcia. I most troublesome to children. Notice. SCHOOL BOOKS. Febiuary 27, 1517. 32 6rnCoI'arl Gadsden ount, ibe following tracts will b offered -

SMITH SIM Shenf.Aprl Dr. Woodruff's. Worm Specifics JD. G.\ .BHAITI is my Agent during my ab- Clark's MUSIC Primer, Bo-d'!Rheuric.Ain'orth' for sale v 12 :
3, 1847. 35liattallon ( In Township 3 North Range 3 West.
ruin Bennett's -
[ a safe and efficient remedy for Worms Try it.I .- Latin Dictionary, Bkkefpin.luntfr.s uersh 15)
Forida.PII.I T. Fractional Section 5, AH of H.
[ is good the best, and cheap the cheapest rEARCE I abridged Piano Insttuctor, /rVHE undersigned have associated themselves to- Sction
All of 22.SJ&NWiSec
Notice. a a a Readers All of Section 7, -
Mr. Joseph Shipley', of MuscogecCo.. Ga,,say sit Mach 2.1'17. 3' ; j LcturC, Flute Instructor,New York JL gether in business under the firm of BULL & 8, I All oC" 23.
Battalion 5th Honda Militia. hAYWARD.
tat P. A.
Regimen and ofer for sale
THE irought 20') Worms from a child belonging are now receiving a*
away negro PRFTORIUS. of Section 15, All of" 24. : '
assemble at Quincy on saturday. the 10th to him, in a short time. March 21, ''17. 3S selected assortment of Goods, at the <1 "
day of April next, at 10 o'clock, A. M. for exercU Mr. John J. Litte. of Whitc\'ile. Gt-o, hays I CABINETJVIAKING. -Bl'.LS- Flour, 2 casks-- Hams, of Clinton and Monroe street, opposite the -1 of 17,
and instruction and the commissioned and corer In Township 2 North Range 4 West
; con-om.
Worms In 25 and known the Blake ,
it in one Shoulder Phrcmx Buildings
gue cae away DAMON &. IANCII, casks Sides, I. a i .
tnujioned of said Battaht will assemble at All of Section 17, I of Section
ofcer another case, it cured his woman of Tenia or received and for sale by where they will be pleased to see their old friends I '1 3.
10 o'cok. ., on the day prCtilg.at the same ngr bought the entire stock and interest of Just thoseho desirous of CHEAP Fractional Section 29, |
Tape ll'orm flAYING 31 LLOYD and all aic purchasing
place, or the like purpose. ordtr Mr. Thomas Boyd, of Co wet a Co., Geo., says, I \Vienkcr in the( Cabinet Shop are March 13, l' &FLArG. GOODS.Thl. On the 31st day of MAY at the Court House of
JOHN ERSKINE, prepared to do all kinds of work in that line, and the tracts will offered
javc it to negro boy who was in bad health ; it MANUFACTORY. are prepared to MANUFACTRE. in Jackson County, following b
Col. comd'g "ith Regiment F. M. a the will TIN .
the heretofore to shop
hope patronage given that sale
:rought away immediately 34 worms! He was soon latest and most any v iz :
JOHN W JOHNSTON, cell,and remains soup to this time b l continue. Their expelicncc in the bvmntss - --- may be ordered their establishment, and will assure In Township :Nortb Range 11 Vest.
Lt. Col comd'g. UtBat. 5th Reg't F M. warrnt in saying tiny can give satisfaction.. j. K. FOITU E:, those who may patronize them that they will ABel Section 1. S i &N \j. andS

Dated Quincy March 22, Ib47 30 Jal'III"ti. Pike Co., Gto, July 12. 15.tj. They execute their work well, and am willing to dispose become the sole proprietor of the TIN endeavor to give satisfaction in every respect i at\ E of S 2. V&ofNE1.

Dr Woodrufl-Please forward immediately three of it on as reasonable terms a: any other work nAING l 1:1'ly: I the properlv of R Flagler &- Co., Their assortment compri e!.in part the following: S t: .1 of Section 3. Section 21. -

Battalion Notice. do/en of jour Worm Specific We have callfur it men in the State. takes this method of informing the public that he Superior French and English N i of" .3-. SW 4 of Section 22.W5VIofNEL .

T lIE 2d Battalion, Sth Regiment, Honda Militia, dniIsld it without delav ReDftfulv. March 20, 1-si7 \: uvilt keep toiwtinllr on hind, at the shop oppositeIn Do do. Do. Broadcloths. ) Siul 23,

will assemble at Quincy on Saturday the 10th JNO .. tore, a large. a-.sortmint of all (I.e varieties of CASIIEk' '- AiudW5ofSE. S I & N. \.l. &c 24. '

day of April next, at 10 o'clock, A. M., for eercsed TALBOT Co, Geo, Dtwmbcr 12, I84"Dr For Sale. Tin and other articles usually! kept in his I line i of Satlin Silk Velvet Cloth Woollen Velvet do.RK.1DYM.IDE Section 6. ) All of 2. ,
instruction and the FARM I situated about two and a half miles west furnish All uf.' 1 1SW4.V5ofSE1
: ; commisioue and non-com- Woodruff have made trial of your A business He wil also be prepared to :any All of Section 7.
tiuione officers of UatalioD wil assemble at Worm Specific in avery f.centJ. case, with the hippiesttflect of Madison Court House It consists, of tour Merchants in country T in-ware at 3 low prices CLOTIIIXG.-Fine Black Allof U 21.

A. M on the day preeing. at the same I think more of it than c\'er. and beleve it eighths of first quality of pine land."bmt JO acres a* they can get.it from the North; and begs them to English and French Dress and Frock Coals, mediumquality Section 8. All ot 0 25. .

place for the like purpose will do in '*"
JOHN ERSKINE, ? J. E. ROPER M D. comfortable dwelling hiow.c..he outbuildings s arc cal in has ins it here, as it will be Iree from damage, Black, Brown and Plaid do Surtouts and O'ercoat. NW4o( 0 10. Alt 0 3.NW

Col. comd'K. 5th Regiment .'. MWM all new, the barn and gin-house spacious and com ject which it usually gets by shipping PANTALOONS of every description. Large 180rt- ,'SE ofS12. Alor.. .
II. GIBSON, modious. There is on the tract a superior orchard meft of VESTS also of Hosiery, Shirts Gloves, E5of j. 32.ElofSection .
1. Al
Major comd'g. 2d Bat. 5th Reg't F. M. TilE REMEDY NEEDED I of Peu'he. Figs, &.c.; also a young vineyard which CE\ER\L\ ASSflUTSEM OF TIN-WARE.. Cravats,Scarfs,Collars,Handkerchiefs[ ,self adjusting \ of" 3. 5

Dated Quincy March 22, IS 17Gadsdeii For Ij) &rultry, Diarrhea, Griping Pain8 and : the list year produced from 35 to 4U bushels of fine J do/ Furnace, such a: every family ought lo Stocks:, Opera Tics, Suspenders Satin Scarfs, Xc., All of U 1'1 Alt Cf'. .
Skimmers Oil Cans
Summer Complaint of grapes Its character for health is unquestionable.Apphy have. Sugar lipptrs, Sugar J.c. &c. J. B. BULL. Altof .Al of t 35.Al .

Circuit Conr. From the late lamented Captain HOIJUI., Georgia to the Editor of the Floridian,or on the premisEs Counter Sale! Zinc for Stoves, i.c, November 21, 1516. 19 J. PREORlS.E. nf 0 Al of". 36.

Wm J. Adm'r. debonunon.1 Regiment to W. C. MILLER Sheet making Stove Pipes, All r" 20. I

with &iey. annexed, of A. BRAZOS ST I AGO, July 24. 1946.Dr January 'J, 1 1S17. 2: Tin and Copper for Roofing and Guttering of Buildings BARNARD, Jr., In Township North Range 7 West,
notice either in
lamy, deceased.M. In Chancery. M Woodruff Dear Sir-I owe you an. JEFFERSON COUNTY and put up at cityor TNFORMS his friends and the pubici Fraciona Section 14. I Fractiona Section 24.

BI-1 for not acknowledging before this the apolog: country. he has taken the store on cor Al 0 23, }f-
MU Bo"lC. Exe'x. of Joseph box of your Dysentary Cordial, which you had the Tux Collector's Sale. AI.SO. a new invention for draining Sugar which Monroe and Two Hundred Foot T 3 N, R 9\ All of Section 19.

Ro'le.dec'd, ft. al.IT kindness to send me while in Columbus,. for il.n_ use_ TY virtue of authority vested in me by law, I it for market in two days and begs the nearly opposite the Court House In T 5 N, R t. N i and Sand E J of .
n n
eumine. '
appeal to the of the Court, by of mycorps. I D shal expose for sale before the Court House planters to call and double Rod may be found a general assortment :I S E j. S 6. All ol Section 14. -
Well and
the affidavit 105 nti.Cacion. bill in thll I have found it a most valuable meicne. and only door Montiflo. Jefferson County on the 20 patent Cister single AND MEDICINES. Every at. bnlL. selete for the State many a.

Case,that the. fle Mary Rowles, Executrix of Joseph regret that I have not a supply of my Pirs Monday in July ,rxl, Pumps, wel adapted to 33 plantation use. orders of Physicians and Planters. since, agreeable neighborhoods, are 4

R RQle.dec'd. re'ldf beyond the limits of the men have followed the directions, they have invariably the following property or so much thereof a will 6.184. good quality low for cash. very valuable.

ateo Forida. and in the State of Virginia. on mo- found relief We have suffered and are suffering pay the State and County Taxes due thereon for the Just Received a supply of SHERMAN'S TEMS-u One-fourth cash,and the other three
much from Dysentary, occasioned the wretched CAMPHOR and annual interest
lf (or said complaint: It i*ordered, by year 1840 : hot Scotch Alee WORM CATHARTI instalmentayit
Ta the Slc Mary 1r Rowles, Executrix aforesaid, water we have to drink but your Cordial u redoing NE4.Sec3-2andNW.Sec33andWiofN 11DS. bacon Sides J 2 do pt Porter. 'OZENGES, valuable articles, and mot agreeable from the date ol sale, ;

appev and answer the original bill a filed in this. all to the wonted health and I/D. With E 1, S 33, T I. R 4, N and E., purporting to belong ) Shoulders Ham, i J 10 bbls 0 qt Almonds Brazil- form of administering medicines. the purchaser to give bond with approved security

C5e, to chew cause why the same should not be my sincere f for your kindness, wi.be M. Quarles.W 2 hhds superior and Filberts, SHERMAN'S POOR MAN'S 11LASER. the or if any purchaser shall prefer to pay up the whole
> nuts
'"' '* a. *-.* ithm four months from the date ol thePublkatio0 fur our success. I am your obedient servant, N W 4. Sec 15, T 2, R.I. N &, E. owner not 25 kegs Lard 10 drums cheapest and best plaster ever publit price in cash,a discount shall be allowed of five per
of the and the ISAAC HOLMES, Capt. Macon GuardsA known. 1 ferkins Butter, i Fig lor Rheumatism Pains in the Back, Side.ad VYeak- cent on the credit instalments.**
order or same n&>- 5 bbls ,
nil bill u this thi will be taken for confessed- fresh supply of the above valuable rpedicines, Lot No. 3. frac Sc 21, T 2, R 4, N 4. E, S4 acres. bss Soap JOHN BEARD.
.f J it *lu caus That a copy of this order just received and for sale by Lewis & Ames, Drug 2, 21T2.R-lN&E,81). 30 Sperm Candles, \ 10 baskets Wine Champaigne ne Also, DR. FOLGER'S OLOSAONIAN or ALL. Register of Public Lands for the
ordet. R. Mannine, P. M..Man- 50 sacks Salt, BALSAM.aninvaluablearticle for Colds Slate of Florida.
published in the gists Tallahassee; also. by 0 I. 0 2IT2R4N&E,80 0 For sale HEALING
NiMle ,.e.iD of Ime Florida newspaper once a week consecu- nington, Leon County; Jas B. Beard, P. M.,*Micco- ::, 21.T2R4NJfcE,4'. 20 bbl Whiskey, R. B. D. W. POST.by Coughs, Asthma Bleeding at the Lungs. Consumption Tallahassee, February 6. 1947. 29 3m
S. }'. Miccosookie ., '& its kindred diseises. Pamphlets, contain The Savannah Georgian, Charleston Merely,
'JrM/""months. cookie Leon County ; Burney ; 1, 2, T2.R4, N&.E, USacr's. 31 and .%
Dae 27: 1546. Samuel Puleston, Druggist, Monticello; James Hme. 1)ing in- the bend of Miccosookie Lake near the plantation FebrUary2O,1d17. ing certificates from persons in high standingrcs.be and Columbus Times, will publish the" above six

No"emb S. HAWKINS, Judge, &<- Xjumcy Joshua Davies.of G.dMden County ; D. Baker of Gov Moseley, owner not known. ISTAR'S BALSAM mWILD CHERRY for pecting its valuable effects, can had gratis, by ap11l'inl weeks, and send their accounts Florida to the RegIster Talhha ol -

S true copy. Attest. P. M. Chalahohi. and Wm. Powers, M-r- SMITH SIMKINS[ W LEWIS &above. Public E nds for the State of .

I. R. H... Clerk chant na. 5hf. anl r:officio Tax (01 J,ff. Co, February Mleby'0. 1 CI7 31 &AME -.llhas"ee, January 10, IS W. 1Sf see -

u*'ember l7.lsA. ?1 4m Aprils, I&7. 17 Jl.te'n fr : 11 Im



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't. BY AUTHORITY. dred and thirty-four! of March third eighteen hundred For blacksmith and assistant, and u< of shop and For iron and steel for shop two hundred aDd For blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in the For iron and iteel/ aadg

; tit t'' and and ot June twenty-seventh tools during the pleasure of the Presidentstipulated twenty dollars; third ttticle of the treaty ot sixteenth October,eighteen twenty dollar,.

,( $ ? lawi of the United States passed at the second eighteen hundcd Illfl-Icvn. foil) ix, eighteen thousand in the fifth article of the treaty fourteenth February For agricultural implements, daring the pleasure hundred and twenty-six, seven hundred and TO THE SENECASL

dollar ; eighteen hundred and thirty three, eigbt hun- of the President, stipulated in the fourth article of twenty dollars For permanent annuity, stipulated httt ,
I : i ; session of the Twcnlj-ninlh Congress.iPtBuic I For the pay sub-agents, authorized by the act of dred and forty dollars the treaty of fifteenth July, eighteen hundred and For iron and steel, i.c, for shop, two hundred and article of the treaty of twenfj-nmth

f :. June thirtieth eighteen hundre and thirtj.four, Fur iron and steel two hundred and seventy dollars thirty, five hundred dollars twenty dollar; eighteen hundred and seventeen, fiTe h
1 -No. 11J nine thousand seven fifty dollars ; TO THE OTTOLS AND MISSOURI For education during the pleasure of Congresssti .lars:

f AN ACT to authors the issuing o( a new re i
I r- for the American barque Pon*, ol Philadelphia, by i act, ten thousand l\uJundrNdul.t. ; of the treaty ot twenty-fourth Janoary eighteen during the pleasure of the President i-tipulated in September, eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, article of the treaty of seventeenth September ;T?

: the name At the Cordt,liaRe For the ro v cf cllrk superintendent at St, Louis hundred and twenty-six, six hundred dollars ; Ihe fourth article of the treaty of fifteenth July one thousand dollars ; teen hundred and eighteen, five hundred doll ?i"F'or

1 iteiaIcdZit the ktnate ai>d House of Jlepre i :ic thousand two hundred For wagon-maker, stipulated in the fifth articleof eighteen hundred and thirty, seven hundred and I For paymeni in money in lieu of two thousand blacksmith and assistant, daring th) BuL
I ,
the L'nited flairs .imrnea dls. hun dollar pounds of tobacco fifteen hundred pounds of iron, of the President, stipulated in the fourth aS!?**
sentattvesof of in Congress For the poy etcleiktu acting superintendent of I the I treaty of fourteenth February eighteen twenty, .
4 assembled. That there be issued, under the direction the \\estirn ttrritorv. one thousand dollar j ; drrd and thirlv-three, six hundred dollars ; For iron and steel, i.c, for shop, two hundredand an.1 I three hundred and hfty pounds of steel, stipulated the treaty of twenty-e hlh February, e.ghte. *

,"i I of the becretary ol the Treasury, a new register Fur rents. a'atancrv, fuel 'lor offices, For agricultural implements stipulated in the twenty dollars ; in the second article of the treaty of twentieth dred and thirtj-one, eight hundred and fortjZJs

.: "., for the Amcric n barq'e 1'on*, by the name: <'tI 1 and oil I flage.i I clCit ol the 1 Indian department, eighth article of the treaty of twenty-fourth January For agricultural implements for ten \'nrll. from September eighteen hundred and' twenty-eight, and For iron and steel, &,c., for shop,two tond l 2

't :: the Cordelia ol I Ihibddphla. which vessel l was recently and t I'r, tra:!poitatuin and incidental cpcnsossecn'een \ eighteen hundred and twenty-six, two thousand eighteen: hundred and forty, stipulated in the third tenth article of the t treaty of fifth June, eighteen hun twenty dollars ; iiof

'. 1 : sold in : city in pursuance "I an order ol thoi>"aii.l uh4lirs. dollars article of the treaty of twenty-first September, eighteen dred and forty-six three hundred dollars. For pay ol miller,during the pleasnrenft.p|

I "' .'.t .. the United States district i court of the eastern district : 1 Ft.r Illt[ ain treaty stipulations with various India.i I'(,r education (or twenty years stipulated in the hundred and thirty.three, five hundred dollars; For blacksmith and assistant i stipulated in the second idcnt, stipulated n the fourth article of Ibetr.. *"

1 \ l Penn-lvni., a a having been uuhwluily engaged II tribes, vi.. : : tllirlcf'nthlrliC'lc ct the treaty of twenty-fourth For education during the pleasure of the President article of the treaty of twentieth September twenfy.eighlh February, eighteen hundred tad tltftyone

: .! in f the slave trade.and is Ii4)" owmdby i nrc liar TO TiE ChRISTIAN! IDA )March eighteen hundred and thirty-two three thou simulated in the fourth article of Ihe treaty of! eighteen hundred and twenty-eight seven hundred six hundred dollars "*

i 'f'. ris Miles: Protnird, That this act shall bs so For permaner annuity', stipulated in the acts tf sand dollars ; the twpnty-first September, eighty hundred andthirtyttsreefive sod twenty dollars; TO THE WYANDOT3

:J 1 coral rued aatodispersewith the requirements of existing May t\\cnt\.sixth, eighteen hundred> and twentvI For education for twenty years, stipulated in the I hundred dollars ; For iron and steel, i-c., for shop two hundred and For permanent annuity, ID lien ef sfl j -.

it t f laws relating .new registers to be issued tovessels I tour, and Mav twentieth, eighteen bundled and fifth article of the treaty of fourteenth February, For limited annuity for ten years, stipulated in the twenty dollars ; nuities, stipulated in the third article of the JL?**
the and that batiaI of the of twenty-first September For blacksmith and assistant stipulated in the second ofthe| seventeenth March, eighteen ? *''
: ::1 1 except to name thereof; Iwen -"I ix, lour hundred duliais t'li.leenllllndrc and t thirty-three one thousand second article treaty ,
with those hundred and thirty-three, two thou- article of th. treaty of twenty-ninth Julyeigh forty-two, seventeen thou'and five
'j factory evidence ol a lull compliance ret TO ClllPPrUAS OF MISsIbSlPPI _\ DL.Il dollars ; eighteen hundred doll
furnished the of the Tit teen hundred and twenty-nine, seven and For t the support of a blacksmith and assufukT.1'nlated
{ quiremeita sl31 b to Secretary SCI'EIUOR.br For interest at five per centum on three hundredand san I dollars;
shall be issued as 1'or farmers for five rears, and during the twenty dollars ; in the tenth article of "khe
two treaty of
Treasury a new register pavment in roe_ I lor twenty years, stipulated i fifty thousand dollars (tenth ytar.l stipuhtidin tww
1 r herein provided in t Ittesixond rudc 01 the t treaty ot twtriit -hint the third cuticle ol the treaty "of twentv-third plea,.ire of the President stipulated in the fifth ar- For iron and steel, two hundred and twenty dollar ninth September, eighteen hundred and scTtBt .'"

I .' ii JOIX W DA\IS. July, eiluteen undred: and thirty-seven; nine tliousjn I- article of I the I tr.atv. ol twentv-thud N<,vrml ert:ch- tcle..r: the treaty of twenty-first September, eighteen seven hundred and twenty dollars ; ,
t of t of ard hundred and bitts br t', twelve hundred dollars For purchase of salt, stipulated in the second article F'or the purchase of iron and steel, 4c
Speaker e Representatives .i live tuMdifd dollars teen hundred and thii u 1 : of the treaty twenty-ninth Julyeighteen hundred two hundred and twenty dollars wrVF'or
l.uadr..lt.ll.Jls .
1 for twetitv (
oi pjvineut in goods years, stipulat -
.. t President ol f the SsnateAPPROVES t to toe second article ot the tieatj ol tweitv- Ft'r education I.r Iwinly yeirs stiiula'edm tit TO TIlE: OTTOV.For and twenty-ninetwo hundred and I fifty dollars ; education, stipulated in the fourth irtirk t

.; Feb. 23, I I J. ninth Julv eighteen hundred and thirty.seven. fourth article el the In ;fuf four:h Ja iuar eieh- permanent annuity, stipulated in the fourth For education during the pleasure of Congress, the treaty of seventeenth March, eighteen fcnn*'**
I I I \MES K. POLK. I r 'llais, teen hundred and f..r\.l: live: three ih. uanddollars- ; article of the treaty ol third of August, seventeen stipulated in the fourth article of f thetreaty of twen and forty-twe, five hundred dollar

.. i.el..1 oi es:tIOI".wt l. three fO Till: DKLAUAKrJsForperpiaiitt Lundred and nmetv five, one thousand dollars ; ty-seventh Oclober.eighleen hundred and thirty-two, TO THE WE AS.
nit blacksmith's shop, -
: : supportiiig in the second two Ihousind dollars. For permanent annuitv. stinulafi ii. ...
[PCBLlc-n. Jn in the fourth For ncrinvient annuitv, stipulated m *
t anniiitv. .11J'111alt.d
:. thee Mnitlf, ard iron and steel, ( 1
.I.. ACT to cstibl sh : court at Key n-tst. in the lortwcilyeais, .li,-uljted lurnulull in the second article ol artieleol the 1 'ealv (.1 tie thi..l"f August, evtn- jrticle of the treaty ol' seventeenth November, TO THE POITAWATOMIES OF HURON tide of the (testy of the swnd October .jv, '
:. other I E'i hl hundred dollars For permanent annuity, stipulated in the second hundred and eighteen, three thousand dcll' .
for hundred and
State of Florida., and pui poses the ol tvveiit-iiintli July, eighteen hundredan teen hundred and nineiv five, one tlcSUS&nd dollars ; eighteen evenei ;
Be it eniclcil by. the btnate and Iloustrf Representative t tthirtv If.t -seven, three I thousjid dollars For periiiincnt: annu tv ipulatid: in the filth article I For permanent cnnuitv, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of sieve:iteenlh November eighteen TO THE WINNLBAGOE-5.-
the United Mates of.fmcttta Con- hun 'article of the of seventeenth of September hundred and seven four hundred dollars. F'cr limited annuity. for thirty
of in For ot farmers ol t of thelieatv of thud it O October tghteen treaty II years,
,. t &.ess assembled. That all that part of the State of oi support, aid to on thtir agricultural impliments dred and eighteen, ,, lour thin-ai. d l< liars ei'iteen' hundred and eighteen( fifteen hundred dollars TO TilE QUA PAWS. the second article of the treaty of the first of iSS
; Florida t south of Ime drawn due and grain .tJ. carry pursuits For limited annuity for twenty nr .slipu1alcd in eighteen hundred and twenty-niue
.[ ling a east west the second For ptrwln"nt aiiinnl), li|'ulated in the third article ; eighteen
lur tweutvtais, stipulated in aiti- uiwi-
from the nOl thern point of Charlotte hil br. including cle the ol twentv-ninth July eighteen ot the trtatv ot thirtieth ol Se|'(ember, cighitteeliurolred Fir permanent annuity stipulated in Ihe fourth the fourth article of the treaty thirteenth M..y, and dollars ,

; the island! keys reel*. sll.al! : :.rs, s and I humticd t.f and treaty t thousand dollars and nine, lie linni'ied! dollars; irtiele of the treaty of Iwentvnmthugust, eighteen eighteen hundred and thirty-three, to thousand For limited annuity, for twenty- even v r.ulaled

." inlets, fMith of said line sh :11 be erected into a new lot .. tluiriy-seven one ; !<'r f.(.nnancnt aruiinlv.,. stipulated in the supplemental hundred and twenty-oneone thousand dollars dollars ; ir the third article of the treaty of the wwtof ?
I ot lor twenty stipulated
judicial district. bu calUd the southern! district of IUlc.i"e provisions aitulc of the .years ol twtntjninlh treaty: uf I twintv,fcurtn S,[[tetnbtr, eighteen TO THE OTTOWAS AND CHIPPLWAS I For education, during the pleasure of the President September, eighteen hundred and f thirtv-twa Ua
1 tie treaty in the third article of the of thousand doVars '
: Florida d:s'rict court be held in sud southern leeol. thousand dollars stipulated treaty ,
.: ; a sul J hundred and two hundred and twent} -nine, inc ;
\ limited for stipulated
l'lghtccu For annuity twenty >ears
district to con,i t of d..e jud c who tlrly-eyen. For life annuitY to chief stipulated in private and thirteenth :1:1). eighteen hundred and thirty-three For the purchase of fifty barreb of salf, foe tviH-
Oh31 UlfUbalul in the fourth article of the treaty of twentyeighthMarch
at K* West in said aid.be dul.r2; conficlcnl.il Ira il leriiental cftvventv one thousand dollars; years. stipulated in the second article. cf H) ;
} .ii"licr. 'i.fi'I Fur ol tobacco lor twenty years stipulated art it ( sur [ (treaty, eighteen hundred and thirty -six, thirty thou trty
1 Julie; and thal in ail tlin f have and ')( in tiut second article tt the treaty oltwcnlv- 'fi urth <.f plember. ei.htedi hurdrrd and t\\ l'nt.nine.I' sand dollars For blacksmith and assistant, during Ihe \Ifl leaure of the first of August, eighteen hundred and twent"

f ijristion powers of a district and citcilit -litieii huiulud and thirlv. .seven.tivc I ii I trotv (1 I third cof October l.i igteeus: hundred I For interest to be paid annuallY on two hundred of the President, stipulated in the third article of nine, two hundred and filty d.'liars ,
the : the istricl aforesaid ; andappeals I nI1i.Jlh.l'l; and eighteen I undred dollars the treaty of thirteenth of May, eighteen hundredand For the purchase of three thousand
1 niti SttfSItln ( : JI.: ( "n< ; I'II resolution pounds< of tobacco
:; thousand dollars a* annuity, I'erSellale -
be allotted d writs of cnor sod out For life three chief in thirty-three, eight hundred and forty dollars ; for thirty years, stipulated the
; maj a- \ For liu.ud annuity for twenty-five )ears in jmiuitv to ", stinulattd sup.idemeuutJ I twelve thousand dollars in second artw
I and he Court the October ; I For iron and steel, &.c., for shop two hundred and cle of the treaty of the first of
made. returnable! in I Supreme in / money)', stipulated in the fourth article the treats_ article It' irtatvcl t Iwenly-"hIh I ol For education for twenty years and during the August,eighteen tnad -

sane manner and under the !ame rules and regulations o> lourth ol October, ei ntreii hundred, a and turttss )- eighteen( hu.idrtd tnd t burly\\0. three hundred pleasure of Congress stipulated ill the fourth article twenty dolhrs; ed and twenty-nine, three hundred and fifty doj-
aiiit! of allowed and For of farmer, stipulated in the third article tars ,
as appeals writ* crier are dollars pay
twelvethousind live I hundred dollars ;
ii of the ol tweot-eighth March eighteen hun-
t k'led out from and 11a.circuit cnirt. The j'I.I Ijre shall I c 1'oi- Liucitd an.iiutv' Kr twenty. live. years, in For |'urchas-f f
: appoint a clcik who shall reside and keep the record !: g,
of the cou< t at lie | hoc. ()ff holding the sane; : olltlrllll October eighteen hundred and tort)- three, one, hui:dred and shall 'ivoforthe! he the' 1u. ill the For permanent annuity. stipulated in the sixth ar- tember, eighteen hundred and
< '. rec< spruce* may lerform ten thoiisa live dollars ; lor l/hck-iiiilh ;id ai.ant. stipulated t ol the of Iwenlyeihthlarch., eighteen hundred thirty-two, one h.
came fees to \\hich the clerk of the Louisiana district 11 hUllJrct includu sixt'i :article of treaty' of third October.euliteen treatv lade of the treaty of eleventh November seventeen dred and seventy-five dollars ,
For : two blacksmith's thousand dollars
shops and three
i entitled f..r similar ipportingo( thirty-six, ; hundred and ninety-four four thousand five hundred For the of three
(. M rv ices hundred and eiglieen sev II hundred aid twenty support blacksmiths and .
i I 4 pay ol smiths( and assistants, and lurnishing iron For vaccine matter medicines and pay of physic asm*
2, .InJbc it fwthirenneted. That the dollars ants, for
judge simulated the
I and sleeJ, sti] ulited in the foUl I h articled I the t re.I dollais ; ans, stipulated ill Ihe fourth article ot the treaty of years in third attic!.
of said dittric hall hold two regular terms ol cOI-rt lv I ol lourth ot eihlcel hundred and lorly I'or i interest t,ffi' t--toi't thousand ard, eighty dollars twenty-eighth March, eighteen hundred and thirty- TO TIlE SEVEC OF NEW YORK of the treaty of the first of August, eighteen bnndrtd

in each year at Key \Vet-the.t one conm"nrin on two, two t Octollr. s at fi\ cpa ceiituin 'oeinc t the value of Ihirly-!ix six three hundred dollars For permanent annuity, in lieu of interest on stocker and twenty-nine, two thousand one hucdred sad six.tv .

the first Monday in May, the other en the lir"t Alon- Itr ht\.ud tl d.H.a two lanners in the sections rl I hnd net a, art bv the treaty ol eighteen ; for > act of nineteenth February, eighteen hundredand dollars ;
; day of N vetnber n ea-h %ear. He hU al o hold II stypoit stipulated For purchase provisions twenty years stipulated thirty-one six thousand dollars ; For iron and steel, i.c for
for ducal shops/six
t.urtn rtJc: of the treaty ol lourih of October, hundred and twei t\-nine, (n n, stipulated in the fourth article of the treatv of twenty- hundred and
extra cf siul court from time tO For interest in lieu of investment in stock at five dcihrs
sessions tine at dollIs in resolu'ioM cf tie Senate of nineteenth January sixty ,
1orl -I I
wo, one hundred and
eighteen ) bos.Ud Msrcheighteen thirty-six.two
such! plare-s in said ddiet occasion mav require hUIJruland eighteen Iiundrid and thirt -" ight, two thousand cghth dollars per centum on enty-five thousand dollars stipulated For pay of labor, and for oxen, for thirty vein.

: to dispatch thf bu-iiir of aid. court and tor thepurpoe i l J.r, hay ef two caqH'ltrs. stipulated i in I the three hundredar: .d four dollarsTO I thousand For sin thousand, five I hundred, pounds of tobacco in the act of June twenty-seventh, eighteen stipulated in the third article of the treaty cl the fir*
cf heariii acid deciding all cases of admiralty > 1 hundred and forty-six, three thousand seven hundredand August, eighteen hundred and
twenty-nine tin
!urlh articLe .1 t t't the tnatv el foul t Ii ol f OfIIbel. fir twenty stipulated ill the fourth article ofthet.eatv'of *
.: and maritmic the said court hall} be the years fifty dollars. hundred and sixty-five dollars
jurisdiction, ti. lteeti : ; lou iJ-t\C', twelve hundred For blacksmith suit a5i"tant. s ip'ila' d in I hth March eichteen hundred ;
at all t mi- oj
I SEe 3, .JJnlbe ir fuither enacted. That no tt-sel, |I' olI.ISo For support; >.f SChOOlS, stipulated in the! fourth her, eiczlitte-n hundrid I and to h\'nl'.Ihr-t., arid treatv arJ liars thirtv-six, nine seventy- For blacksmith and assistant for ten years, and cju- years stipuU'ed! in the fourth article of the treat; of
nor t<.r ther .f. suil! be re ularlv empli\ed in of .th Mav hundred d thutv-two ; ring the pleasure of the President, stipulated in the the fifteenth September, eighteen hundred
::; I ;rtitc: oi ilit. trcatv (.1 fourth t.1 I Octo'nr' eighte nn of l'qhlt'cn a:; I Fcor one hundred barrels of salt for twenty years, and thirty
the bciin-.of wrecking on tile c">j-t tt Floridi with- fourth article of the treaty of fifteenth July, eigh- -two, three thousand dollars
tlll"-a.I.1 l l lla ;
I aid (' two thousand one :sFer ; inthefourth article ot the of twcn-
S. out the lC ot tho i'i.i.e of : court and be-I hUldrld .Ir -t\. colou ; stinuhttd! treaty teen hundred and thirty, seven hundred and twenty For the of six
< I"c .* t : \I a-or }luie1isc 1,1ruis| I-Wlh and to .cco. btipulated 4iiiiit in J.. .i-i, fur f'c'rl v< jr kti t | ulated tv-eighth March eighteen hundred and thir'y-six support agriculturists purchase of-
fore f<*n-.m an\' \c..1 1 ii irj-! the judge *'hall J in the article ol the <,l lourthol( (ktojvi I 1:1: I 1e sit:hi aili t u-ic of the treaty of'oull: !lc Jinnarv three hundred and fittv dollars: dollars oxen, ploughs and other implements, for twtarv.

he satisfied. 111.it the h"c1 i" ..-\%.itl.r.and olop<- i (.inhtt.eu I"urll huudred .tii loin le.tJ iwo, twothoUsaiidi eighteen hundred and fort\. -fiu', tnt tJ.Otli i atdd I. 1 For five hundred n->h barrels for twentyo,3rs. For iron and steel&c.fcrshoptsvo hundred and seven vrars. stipulated irs the fifth article cf the Irta.tv .
: ly an,I scihei1r4l4\ utt.:,i .iiicl 1 fir the bu-incs : lye twenty dollars of fifteenth September, eighteen hurdred and
c.juilPr ; th fourth article ol the of twentv
(.f sj\in; firnpitIy -'in' '; anr in d ; .. 1!; THE CIJlPPLUAS: Or S\GI\\W For ail M tv.. uirionev.fur fifteen vearsulated| i i slil'ul..t..d. hlli March in eighteen hundred and treaty thirty-six- For agricultural implements, during the pleasure thirtv-two, two thousand fire hundred dollar;
I >J hat the Ur tlur, .l. i i i-trustuorthv.ard j "II ci! rf the President, stipulated in the fourth article of For the r>f two
a uu inno- For eriaaiicnt aiiiiuiiv( in the! fourth ill tie sixth article ui I lth- treaty t.f I uith Jam; rv I }tUn-ln'd and 1 dollar j pas physicians stipulated in tit
ret cl any (ran I <'r *:ciciindsct i in rel&tin to an>' t 1' !tll.bt' ei htt-rn hn;.Uredarult.,rtv-fivetl.rte thous.rddtl- I seven fifty ; the treaty of>f fifteenth Julv, eighteen hundred and fifth article of the tnifv of the fifteenth September
: ml hun-
article ot' tie treaU t ot ti' Atuu-1. scVei teen For three blacksmiths and aS3i'ta1t. stipulafedin !
property shilt\etk..1 i or s\. on said coast I '' 1.rs thirtv. four hundred dollars eighteen hundred and thirty-two, four hundred dol'la
',2 iJ i.inelv-Jivi: thousand .. liars ; cf th' of
'irt A: one ( I IVseventh article treatv twenty'eighth FOXCS OF MISSOURI
SEC 4. 1nlltft That I therethall} SACS <
;: i fwtifwacft.r. : for j ,u.aiil: tic icccndartK.e I.r ane1lltllnI..nllrf'r.f' TJ trr fare sears stipuhtrd ,
at.nuity'ij 11 htt'Cn hundred and thirl two thousand
I'tiuumnt larch.l. ) ix, sF'or
be :U.\\ ] to tlt juJ:. jloiwaid. an annual salary ct : ft tIM lieatt oi in the s"vertl). itrtile ot the treaty cllcurlhJaiiuar hundrel and dollars For interest m investment in stock, a five per interest on irrcsfmert in stock, at five per
: twoth.eiiatn.l W to him from : sechkcl.lJ=UHI"l'r. c one sixty I centum on one hundred and fi'tv-seven thousand four centum million
I on hundred
quarterly I rne
lhro.t. paid frts.fiseijne thousand one thousand
h'een hundred and
';. dol
h-I t _
i hundr- dollars : Fir iron and steel i.c for shop six hundredand
I 1.:iuIKlrr.IaJ.0. hundred dollars the second article of
the tm\t ot I his ap.xtuii'.tentSEC ; donate in lars, stipula'ed in the fourth article of the trntjot
tl.e (
i dollars
,I 5 .iitllrit frilh-i tn<*ctnlTttlrre\ shall! i.r vuo.aiieat annuity stipulatuS in To TIll: IO\V\S sixty ; the treaty of twenty-fir October, eighteen hundred first Vovember, eighteen hundred and thirtj-seveo.
ait ..: the ct tc.tflurlh bt-j'ttmber, I Fi, ; at Mackinaw, stipulated in the geV-
: in .wi d trt-t'! a I leurred in the' treaty r and thirtv -seven, seven thousand eight hur.Jred and fiftv -fivr thousand dollar
p< ,l.urdrcil and fiflvTven
beipuh. h.'t -i5r5ctittiuueachcd and lliouaud dollars i Fer iic''S ar 1It'r.1 < n f "th ar-icie of the of Iwentv-eighth March tFt
I I.adt'u. t. e treaty dollars
; f rth n't-dstates, stventv r fulfilling with the
invested treaty
I ai .;or.It\ \husb31 tin u -jiij fivt hlll.drlli d"tars. to b" hundred and hundred dollars Winnebagoej. 'ix.:
I ; I eishtmi : thirtvsixsix ; 'TO THE SIOUX OF MISSISSIPPI
I in addition to tis s'atcd (; e-, be paid b}' Cnih- at five eittnn !t. uiatid ill the *e<- nd article To enable them to comply with their present en-
I r -I..'',rt I f t lilad.sniuth! at itiuv\, antI for j tt-r F'or iron a:1'] steel &.c., tor shoptwo hundred and For blacksmith o.d assistant for ten during
i two hiirdrtj djltdts as a full compensation lor I rears easements, and to cover the of
I II f.nit Octt.b"r. "IItII"11
tatf I if. the In aK t ) > expenses exploring
< :Ic f.r : i
f.t l iii l eat I : dollars
c.i (
ei: : i .I' i .I.J tit. .rI.Clt twenty ; the of the Pres dent, simulated in the fouith
all era pleas:ire and selecting their new home fourth
l thousand hundred article
thirtv-ri of
.ni. and -\en eight per
; 'i i.: ul tiie.ii :! ipuialtd int'ceuitt of farmers and assistants stipulatedin I
j 1'r. ; ) For two Julv hundred
htc 0. .InIliil fwl'ict'(fl2tf?. That Ilacre} tal'] H; rcuti. .fivcdolidrtTO pay article ol the treaty of fifteenth eighteen treaty of thirteenth October eighteen hundred ted
1 1
I I IS !' I h, srlie.t ol the I tieatv. ot ( \i.t-l"nitii I *xj- : seventy the seventh article of the treaty of twentyeighthMarch I and hundred ard foitv dollars ,
tliirtyeiglt fortv
in s.l'j a iirshjl, who -six, forty thou ano dollars
be-Mk.iatc dhaic ituitioi its;.Utii liU.idroilaiul niiKtce.i ind >tv. nil, IMF KICK\POK.( eighteen 1 hundred and -six, sixteen ;
For iron and steel & for two hundred
.. 111. dirit l tu subj 'rt to the sia;e regulatttns I .c shop, For expenses of removal, same article and
.am. treaty,
huudredait For limited 'fur nineteen
aitic. it the 1t.t vI January, l'iI.t.tn armuitv years, stipulatedin hundred dollars ; twenty dollars
and arid be entitled to the thousand dollar
.. I"uli..s. !.mc I thirtv-Mveii, tv\o tl.euiu.d the lourth aitiele oft the) In alv' of Iwetity-lourlh' ol For pay of two mechanics stipulated in the the twenty ,
; i fe4> tnarlia1s in the district Louisiana I tllbl. For agricultural implements, during pleasure For of them for
3asar subsisting
1 alo\\o II { i- er tduati: tlurn; the j lle:.un: ot Congress October eighteen hundred and t thirty-two, use thou seventh article of the treaty of IWf'ntyeighlhlarch., of the President, stipulated in the fourth article of expenses toe year after
and 1 entitled to the rf removal article and
I sum same
morcr.1e I treaty, twenty thousand
stij uiati-d. in tics:Mh articl of the treaty tt' filth sand dollars! eighteen hundred and tlurly- ix, twelve hundred the of fifteenth hundred and
I July, eighteen
f treaty dollars
: two huid'ed anlulh', as a coirpensalion I r ,
t..lafj I .\ucu.t. I iUd twciitv-six, one Ihou1 TO THE KANZFor .\ dollars
I I, cu.ttlllundrlll ; hundred dollars
thirty, seven For
all extra breaking and land article-
stn.ic ? 1 np fencing same
d'I blacksmith and assistant, stipula'ed in the TO THE OSGLS
Sic 7, it enacted That iheprr- sai' ::.; I For interest on investment in stock, at five per and treaty, ten thousand dollars
.flllt fuither TO TUI' : : U1N- fourth article ot the treaty tf third of June one For interest at five centum sixty-nine thousand ,
thi entitle-ct ".\ CIJJIJOIOIS. centum, on three hundred thousand dollars, stipulated Fer
f ;
: I vi ionsi pi-'je-l at StOui n establishing manual labor schools trti-
: Ct | same
: M.J\G: !: : YOm. : \NS. thousand euht I undred and twcnlv-tivc.. seven hundrtd one hundred and twenty dollars the valuation in the second article of the treaty of twentv-ninth
I art to regulate the cxercice of the appellate ) etc and treatv. ten thousand dollar
jur5jc- F..r ('lu tltlI'Jrw' the (1lt.a"lrc, Congrl'so.sllul.tCl and twentv dollars ; of fifty-four sections of land set apart bv treaty of :
( hundred fifteen -
September, eighteen thirty-seven,
of United
the Court For erection of
tionot in : mills article
Supre'n thi and fin
I : in ihe fil'h ditflcol the treaty ol el -\ For iron aid s'cel: ic, two hundred and twenty eighteen }hundred and tw(ntft-li\'e for education per thousand dollars same treaty,
certain cases and for othtr be held : thousand dollars
|tIJrIHes! sal >'Uhujut, hundred and ss enta -seven, d.Man resolution of the Senate ofnmeteeth January eighteen ;
"Igtt.n ;
.4 rr'I For limited for stipulated in
all records *. ,! annuity twenty years For interest 'thousand
to to judcnenls
; apply procttdiiu on eighty-five at five
(1IC ,ihousai I Vt' li'ltrfln-d dollar I For agricultural assistance, stipulated in the hundred and thirty-ei ht. three thousand tour
establi lied. : second article of the treaty of twenty-ninth September arid
decrees the court article
'. : tUMf.n..llo btreliv' ceolum. same treaty, four thousand lire
10 CHOC: IAVSI fourth article cf the treaty cf third of June, one hunJrcd and fifty-six dollars
and all and 'insular the records aid t'rllf'ingo.i I Til. ; eighteen hundred and thirty-sev, ten thousand hundred and flute dolhrsSFC
f I For pc-manent annuity stipulated in the second thousand eight hundred and tw enty'-fi"e. one thou- I Fe.r limited annuity for twenty years, stipulated in dollars
d-cr in said act, that 2. .Ind be it
judnicnti or -e!tprcifiv.d .n.el'l j jir ricle I lOt treaty ol sixteenth November, cigh- sand six i h'i:,dred dollars ; the second anticleof the treaty cf eleventh January, I further enacted That the following -
,jwixliiig.tr, to be pcni'in! as tattdn i said For purchase of medicines, agricultural implements gurus, hereinafter mentioned, be and the suitare
chime : ICCI hu ,dud and ti\c. three thousand For interest on two hundred thousand dollars at eighteen hundred and thirty-nine twenty thousand '
a<"l. in or 11. rt S'Jll'rior court of the southern i idistucttf cvlbr. I' aol stock, support ot farmers, physicians hereby appropriated for the service of the cwre"f
the late 'firr.tm: cf I-'londaandpro\ided I or i> .rii.iii.nt: annntv, &ti|'ulattd in thirteenth five per (teucturn ill lieu oj inHlment. per second dollars ; blacksmith, and for other beneficial objects, for fical viz.:
.1 arti,'i4. (,f tli- tuets., of ei nteeiith OdoLer. article ol tlie treats (if I fourteenth January eighteen Fur support of two smith's establishments, the second article cf the year
th district stipulated in
ot twenty
I bid ct tu bt transferred to court stirn-I years For f'llfillins treaty stipniitirns with varied fa
"-ighteu-u'i faindrcd and tsserity. si\ hundred dollars ; hundred and lort .six.len Usandd.>llar,', latedin I Ihe second article the trea'v of hundred
the United States f<'r the .h5tIiCt of F"rid., "":1 L' I treaty twenty-ninth September, eighteen dian tr.bts. and for othe? purposes, viz..:
and are hereby trjn ferrc.1 tit the (Jrt : } crtateJ. i I1.r |M-n:lanent annuity, stipulated| in the second 10 'Till: Ml.\MIF-S. Januuv ei.hteen hundred and thirty-nine, two and thutv-seven, eight thousand two hundied ard TO THE POTTAWATOMIES.

.i :aid all the |I.ro'i.j'.l't ft aid act rilatinj to said rticlc el the treaty cf twentieth Jauuarv, eighteen For pcrnaneiit eis.5uiy, stipulated in the fourth t thrusjmldi Hars ; I fillvd-liars For payment of money, to enable said Indians baringe

-. .. district court oi the United Ct4tes tor the district (11 I h'Jmlrt! aid twent)I.K-, 1'',r ;.ife a nuitv' dueL I lol! l.Ieo"tl'II.I.d in the rcol d article of the treaty of eleventh Jamia- the second article of the of
: Floruh or re$ :IPS the removal of judzrnents or rhou-ahlt ciVil I uiiurtU anu t\H'rll '- I.lwlnrJ'J.re I in treaty twentv. for their improvements, to pui chase wagons, horses,
: j the ( tit!. art trie ot f the tre.at t; cf twentieth January, t'ihtrt'n hundred and thirty-nine twelve hundred -
n', ninth hundred and thirty-seven
rf the I September, eighteen and otlier1n Mnof
.t'ecri s in uch I.t the Supreme Court! Ihllll-ar.1 ddlurs; transportation lo their new homo,
UniteJ Sttes or othcrr;iv lstir. to 'u
hill be d and hold lo auTslV; ): to the couit fiitvd.ilais ; I fifth artien cf, (he tnatv of sixth Cf October eigh-l I; For pav of two assistant millers for eleven years I TO THE s vcs AND FOXES OF MISSISSIPPI in the fifth at tide of the treat cf filth JDM.
lc I lor fife annuity to three districts chiefs n the second article of the of
( stipulated treat For annuity, stipulated in third auiicle
hereby >l, tl:1 WITH as to aid lit ict court of (tutu hundred aid eighteen, seven hundred and permanent eighteen hundred and forty-ix.tity ttouvand douses.
1! hundred an.t ::Mty djllars each) stipulated in the i tleverith January,eihl'en hundred and of the of third November, eighteen hundred For
the United Itt. for sail: district rf rlda. and to 1 twtntv' dollars; treaty reimval arid subsistence of the said Indian;
I the Cages .> as aforesaid tran.Jtrred I:F. court here : t;.tl"'I'h art icl? of I Ihe t treaty) rf twenty .he.enth hurdrtand hundred TO THE PI. KESH.WS.For .
thirty seven
by created. II and toeity dollais; For limited annuity for thirty years, stipulated in thousand dcihrs.

I : 5>rc. S. Jlndleit ("rll'f fnarterf, That the title ''and I fi'tv dollars! ; Fcror.e llnusand pound of Icbarco, two I thousand permanent annnilv '.stipulated in article the third article of the treatv of twenty-first September TO THE CHEROKEES.
: 1 I- or lute annuitv to one U av n(wan lor, stipulate of t'ie treaty of the third:1\ugusf.1 venteen hundred eighteen hundred and thirty-two, twenty thousand -
and name (,I said district court of the United Slates 1"'Uld4,1 t iron, one lh<.Usird rounds rf stc ]lstiiu. For indemnity to the treaty party for lows and
f far tW di-tnct rf H,:nda .hall hereiftc-r be the "lis- ;t in the tneuuty.tirat article ot the tieaty' ot Iwentv- toted in the fourth article tlf the tieaty tf tssenty- and nin't) -he. five hurdnd dollars; dollars expenses incurred in consequence of the trwfj of

trict Court cf thl Unit "i State* for the Northern District seveith Septiit'iL.tr! eighteen hundred and thirty', third Oct*,b< r, ei.,1.teen hundred and twerll- ix. For ptrrnanent annuity..lipulItl'd; in the fourth ar- For blacksmith and assistant, during the pleasure eighteen hundred and thirty-five, stipulated m the
the of sid northern I twenty-five d..llars ; tick of the treaty of the thirtieth December ei:h- of (the President, stipulated in the fourth article of sixth article of
(>f Florida; and that ju(lie I cev: ,'n hiindrod aid ftvciitv doUr! the treaty ot sixth Augustetf
district s'lall! in addition to the tel mi of hi- courtheretofore j. 1 ore'education 1 flrly youths) for twenty years. ir- I Fllr pay <,f 1I1.I..r.: in lieu cf I gunsmith, stipulate teen hundred and five, three hundred dollars the treaty of fourth August, eighteen hundred and hundred and forty-sixone hundied and fifteen thoas-
S c:n'Jm poit f 11"-:v hers in the nition.two tin.uI TO TilE P.\\\ fES. twentv-four. ei'ht hundred a'id fortsdollars .
prescribed to be held within si.lnorlhern I :lIi in tie fifth article of! treats of sixth d Oct'ber.cuh and dollar ,
: + di-trict hold one tern of the' curt l.r slid district i I Mini I\e .idred dolLars per annum, stipulated ill tem hundred and ei.htien, six hundred dollars ;- For agricultural implement for fiveyeirsanddu- For iron and steel, &.c., for shop, two hundred and For pymant to the Cherokee nation for i prating
tli' t tli art ide "f the I iriMtv c,f InSr ring the ol the Pr-sident stipulated in the
I twmty-M vet: pleasure
at Apa'j'hicrtU on the 1st M >ndav yi February of I t\.m I J'ur on<> hundretl and sixty bushels of salt slipu- twenty dollars press materials and otUr property destroyei1
tep' luhte-en hundred and thirty twelve fourth article of the of ninth October
t.cb'eu, and one teem of said court at 1'cnsacoh | r latceliu the fifth article of treaty of sixth Oc'obir! treaty eighteen For blacksmith and assistant for thirty yearsstipulated stipulated itt the eighth article of said treaty, tv*
th sind five I undred dollars ; hu:idrtd and thurty.tlire.two thousand dollars the fourth article of the treaty of
(!the hrst Mondu in March if each )ea. for the eighteen 1 nndrtd and (eighteen three hundred and in twenty- thousand dollars ,
l'n b'ktc.ltl": in the sixth artide ol fO TilE POITAUATOMIE.-.
; trial of cau>,1 rising in the western section of the sjipulattd twiiitv. dollai-. > first September, eighteen hundred and thirty-two, For indemnity to those whose arms were takeS
the! treatv oh eighteenth i October, eighteen hundred For annuity, a ulated in I the fourth ar
permanent and
hundred dollars
.. State ot I Ion.)., I Fur ednation and support cf the poor stipulate ; eight forty from them previous to their removal westsame t*
'id I"% utv.and; ninth article of the ol Iwer tide .f the ofthndngu a [ I
I ApPRO"EL. Ftbruarj 23, 1S17. treaty I in I the i\th ailicleof the treaty (it to eflt-tlcir(1 I c .treaty For iron and steeli.c, ,for shop, two hundred and tide of said treaty, five thousand dollars ;
{ tKth J anuIar (;;1.teen hundred arid twenty-five, ixhiiu'ivd oC-1 arid ninety five, one thousand dollars ; dollars
I l>rr, t'i ml.Ueii hundred,d t wenty-aix, two twenty For payment of this sum, being in lieu of allclnw
i [Pt ELIC-No, 15 ] dollars ; aid dollars ; For permanent annuity stipulated in the third article F'or gunsmith for thirty years stipulated in the of the Che rokee nation,as a nation,prior to the treat?
: AX ACT in addition establish Fer iron and .:eel, Lc, for shop three hundredand cf the treaty' of (the thirtieth September, eighteen fourth article of the treaty of twenty-first September articled
to an act to a court at 1 I'nr (lie t.ith d ten instalmentsitij'ulatrd in the of eighteen hundred and thirty-fivciame
Key West n the State of Florida. I IBe twenty) dollars:; third arli. Ic ( f treaty t>f sixth' JSoverrltr eighteen hundred and thirlv-nine, five hundred dollars ; eighteen hundred and thirty-two, six hundred said treaty, twenty thousand dollars ;
1 For | inillvvnzhtstipulated; the twentieth For in the third
it enartrdby the 'notr and Ifouie of Repre-j I pav ( in hundred arid tlurtv-t iczlt l: twelve thousand five hun permanent annuity stipulated ar- dollars For expenses tf removal ol Choctaws fron Is*

b .' &latifu of the L'nttfd.Matit of America in Con-I articled I the. treaty of '\elll -senth Spllrlr. drell and si xI\ ,,'i iht dollars ; tide of the treaty of second October, eighteen hun- F'or iron and steel, &.c., for shop, two hundred and Slate of Mississippi, and for their subsistence fir
eighteen hundred and thuitv, si huidred dred and two thousand five hundred dollars !-
; grfts a.n?llr. That the jurisdiction' at present extrcned | \ For the sncnlh ol twentv instalments, stipulate eighteen, twenty dollars, twelve months thereafter, in addition to firmer ip-
.., : under c"slinl laws by the district court t For litnitcil annuilv (cr twenty vears, stipulated in second article to treaty ol e"lyof'ighth ISovem For agricultural implements during the pleasure proprutions, seventy-four thousand seven boodrw
of the in the seventeenth article of the treaty of tisent)- I For limited annuity for twentv-two yearsslipula the President stipulated the lourth article ot the
United States for the district; of florida, shal j " seventh S<'ptcs.lx-r. eighteen hundred and thirty I ed in the third article of the treaty of sixteenth October of fourth hundred and
-S cO"tinue to be exercised by the nit court, fie hurdn d dollars ; I treaty August, eighteen twentyfour For payment interestin lieu of icves'ncof,*
:. )udge hill have Len apl.oinle and qualified under twenty-,' thousand dollars ; Frrpavment in lieu of laborers.stiulated in sixth eighteen hundred and twenty six, two thousand eight hundred dollars, sev enty-fiv e thousand dollars, at five per centum p*

f.\ .,. the provisions of an ..sion, entillt..An TO TiE CHICK ASS. article ol treity: cf h't'nt.eilhlh.vember., eighteen dollar For forty barrels of salt for thirty years,stipulated annum, to the Seneca Indians New York.lroBitM?

\ .. -. act to Ctalit! a coil,! at Key Wet in of For permanent stipulated in the act oftweiitxfillh hundred and forty two hundred and fifty dollars For permanent annuity, stipulated in the second in the fourth article of the treaty ot twenty-first Sep first of July eighteen hundred and forty-six thirtieth

I t. .. ( Flori awe th r0 in the said actto the contrary ( 1 ebruary: seventeen hundred and ninetv ; article of the treaty of twentieth September eighteen tember, eighteen hundred and thirty-two two hun Juneeighteen hundred and fcrty-seven, *""!**

r .-- ( Doh\llhtanllne.: -. .nine; three thousand ..Iulhn.I :- _For U _nrrrirnlfliral; _'._. _a.iictsn-p._ .,_ ,sfmnlilp; ._._. .in. .filth.... _article hundred and twentv-eitht, two thousand dollars dred dollars latest irs the act of June twenty-seventh, eigbI1;
i. t .:j APPROVED, February 23, ISt7.. :or to'f'ffiee years stipulation in (herr of 'reaty of sixth of Oct'-uher', eighteen hundredand For limited annuity for twenty years stipulated in For forty kegs of tobacco for thirty years, stipulated hundred and forty-six, three thousand seven hourcd

j .. Jf' a mfm ffHf < nJ ; tllht treaty of twenty- eighteen, two hundred ddlars Ihe second article of the treaty of twentieth September in the fourth article ol the treaty of twenty-first and fifty dollars

:7": S [PhLc-o. Ifl i.J four h May, eihleen thirty-four three TO THE EEL RIVERS (MIMICS) eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, one tho'is September, eighteen hundred thirty-two, six hun For interest on the amounts awarded Chocti*
and dollars
.\ ACT to authorise; the issuing of a register to the thousand doll irs ; ; dred dollars ; claimants, under ths fourteenth article of the trsiq
.. Y'. \1 brigantine Ocean QurenBe TO Tim CIIKROKF.nSF. For permanent annuity, slij,ulatrd in the fourth Fo life annuity to chief stipulated in the second For interest on investment in stock, at five per of Dancing Rabbit creek of the twenty-seventh Sff'

f' 5' 3 it mnt/II.v the Senate and House of Itepie f >urblac'!
.5 ,: ': ,"Iati", oft/Ic Mates ( .'mfir" in Con- the fourth article of the teal of fourteenth tbrua- hundred and ninety-five, five hundred dollars ; hundred and twentv-eight, one hundred dollars the fourth article of the treaty of twenty-hrst October which they resided, but which it is now ***

e 'f '.. greis assembled. That there be iSiue. under the direction ry eighteen hundred tJirly-lhrec. three thousand For permanent annuity. stipulated in the third article For permanent annuity stipulated in the second eighteen hundred and thirty-seven, ten thousand to give them,ind in lien of the scrip tkattusl**'

: ol the Secretary of the Treasury, a refute Itre.l.undrt1 and ; of the treaty of twe ity-fiist August, eighteen article of the treaty of twenty-ninth July, eighteen dollars awarded under the act of twenty-thirdsAnpist.eil' *'

:. '5 "l i for the bn antinc Ocean Queen formerly a tSntisl iron "led. one thousand and eighty dollars hundred and five, two th u
o'I cotliallitl., but now owned b>' Trut'en P. Mc- ; For permanent annuity stipulated in the third For limited annuity for twenty years stipulated in centum on eight hundred thousand dollars, stipulated the third section of the said law, act of third

". -: :. Collej and HiramU' McColIev, citizens of the Stale For wa, lm-m k( lipuhf'd in the fourth article article of the treaty of thirteenth September eighteen the third article of the treaty ol twentieth October m the second article of the treaty eleventh October March, hundred and fortj-five.per forlh.yf

f .5. a cf Delaware; and which said vessel having been : or the treats iff urtcmth. February, eighteen hun hundred aid nice, three hundred and filly dol- eighteen hundred and thirty-two, fifteen thousand eighteen hundred and forty-two, forty thousand eighteen eighteen hundred and forty-sev, forty-three woo-
I dred and six hundred dollars lars, dollars ,
.4 wredf and condemned on rape Henlopen beach dollars. and six hundred dolhrs _. .
':' : purchased bv th<*mand which they have caused F.>\\IuelAright. ltipu1tN in the fourth art ill TO TIlE MLNOMOMUS For life annuity lo iwo chiefs stipulated in the TO THE SHAWNEES. To make zciotl the interest on Investments on Mi",

"-' S. to be repaired an,1 ref tied for sea again: Prowled. ..f the treaty of I ( eighteen For liimud annuity for twenty ytars, Mipulatct third article of the Ire Ily of twentieth October, For permanent annuity, stipulated m the fourth stock*, and bonds for various Indian iribrt.BOfJ**
j ; It shall be the : dred and thirty-three hundred eighteen hundred and thi ly-two, four hundred dol- article of the treaty of third August, seventeen hun. the HH
*f .4 proved to satisfaction ol f the Secretary \ t..llars. in the second article 11 the treaty of Ihird Sopffin- I tars paid by the States, to be reimbursed out of

4 '., of Ibe Treasur)' that (lie cost of the repairs made in TO TilE CHITK: bel. ellt"'elln hundred and Unity-six, twenty thousand I ; dred and ninety-five, one thousand dollars ; terest when collected, nineteen thousand five bOO'

: ; i. -. the United States, after the purha'of the slid vessel For permanent annuily, stipulated in the fourth dollars ; 1 Fr.r limited annuity for twenty vearsstipulated in For permanent annuitv y. stipulated in the fourth dred and thirty-four dg'lars arid nine cent

.t.. .&i. '. by the present owner, exceeds three.fourths ol article of th* treaty of seventh August, seventeen For two blacksmiths and assistants, stipulated in he third article of the treaty; of twenty-sixth October article of the treaty of twenty-ninth September, To make good the interest t n investmentin **"

(. i'S the original cost of building a vessel of the same tonnage hundred and ninety, one I thousand fire hunderddol the second article of the treaty of third September and,dollars eighteen hundred and thirty-two, twenty thous- eighteen hundred and seventeen, two thousand dollars stocks and bonds for the Chickasaw tribe of In**"*!

,. .:. in the United Slate lars ; : eighteen hundred and thiriy-six; one thousand four ; not yet paid by the States, to be reimbursed out of

.; .. 4.. APPROVED February 2% 1517No .or permanent, annuity, stipulated in the second hnndrt'd and forty dollars the For third limited article annuity of the for twenty of years, stipulated in For purchase of salt, stipulated in the third article the interest when collected, fourteen thousand w

: article of lh treaty sixteenth June, eighteen hundred For iron, and steel Ate., for shops four hundredand treaty twenty-sixth Sep. of the treaty seventh of June, eighteen hundred hundred and siity.threedollars and twenty *

\: .': rptDJ 17.a. arid t,.0.thr e thousand dollars- forty dollars ; ember, eighteen hundred and thirty-three, fourteen and three, sixty dollars F'or the reappropnationof this sum (carried to IB*

AN ACT making appropriations for the current For permanent annuity stipulated in the fourth For purchase of provisions, stipulated in the thousand For life dollars; to chiefs in the third For blacksmith and assistant, during the pleasure surplus fund) stipulated to be paid to the Cbipp****

a.I.1 ., b4 and contingent expenses of the Indian department articl of the treaty twenty-fourth January, eighteen : second article of the treatyof third September, eighteen article of annuity the of stipulated of the President, stipulated m the fourth article of Otlowas, and Pottawalomies in consideration *

? : -, and for luillling treaty stipulations with hundred and twenty-six t\\'enlllhousand dol- hundred and thirty-six, three thousand dollars. eighteen hundred treaty twenty-sixth September the traty of seventh November, eighteen hundred change of boundary of the country ceded t* *"

'' the varioatliidian I tribes for the yea ending June lars ; -'or two thousand pounds of tobacco stipulated in dollars thirty-three, seven hundred and twenty-five, eight hundred and forty dollars; tribes at the treaty of Chicago, ccncluW *

i: :;. ; thirtieth, eighteen hundred and forty-eizht I For limited annuity, for fifteen years stipulated the second article of the treaty of third September, ; For iron and steel, &.c., for shop, two hundred and twenty-sixth and twenty-aevenlb daysol Sept'

-1::1.j Be it enacted by the Senate and Home rf in the eighth article of the tieatv of tWl'nty.uurlh eighteen hundred and thirty,six, three hundred dollars For limited annuity for twenty years stipulated in twenty dollars ; eighteen hundred and thirty-three. per SUppI'O'

." '.. R'pretentatien of the Tailed States ofJmenea in March eighteen hundred and thirty-two thousand he second (supplemental) article of the treaty ofIenlsixth For blacksmith and assistant, during the pleasure lary article to said treaty, ten thousand dollar*.

I .. Contl anembled.. That the following sums be, dollars ; For farming utensils cattle .stipulated in the Septembe:, eighteen hundred and thir- of the President, stipulated in the fourth article of For the reapproprialion of this sum (cirnjr-,

,If f i t t -. and they are hcreSy, appropriated for the year ending F<.r blacksmith and assistant, and use of shop and second article of the treaty of third September,eighteen ty-Ihrf'e. two thousand dollars ; he treaty of eighth August, eighteen hundred and the surplus fund) to meet payment o/ certain Wf

) on the thirtieth day tit Jane, eighteen hundred trio!,, stipulated in theeizhth article of the treaty of hundred and thirty-sixfive hundred dollars ; For purchase of salt, stipulated in Ihe third article hirty-one, eight hundred and forty dollars ; okee Indians for the improvements abandoned,M**

r" t :, ant'lortv-eiht, for the purpose of paying; the cur n enty rnui th Jai'tnry, eighteen hundred and twrn- For thirty barrels of salt sti| ulated in the second (f the treaty of seventh June eighteen hundred and For iron and steel, ic., for shop two hundred and the treaty of sixth May, eighteen hundred ti1 t* Tty

;iSs- S S J? :,' t rent andcontingent expenses of the Indian depart IYoti x, eight hundred and forty dollars ; article the treaty of the third September, eighteen three, one hundred and forty dollars ; twenty dollars ight, three hundred and forty fwrtj-thre
'"f l' menl. :nd fulfillng treaty stipulations! with the various For iron and steel, two hundred and seventy dolan hundred and thirty-six one hundred and fifty dollars For purchase of one hundred and sixty bushels of TO THE SENEGAS AND SHAWNEES. sixty cents.

r. 1'f' Indian tribes, to be paid out of any money in ; ; salt. stipulated in the third article of treaty of sixteenth For permanent annuity, stipulated m the fourth JOHy W. DANIS
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: the trcasar/ not otherwise i appropriatedFor For two blacksmiths and assistants, and use of TO THE OMAHAS. October, eighteen hundred and twenty-SIT, article of the treaty seventeenth September, eigh- Speaker of the House of R.pre9ent3t'

; t :;:" 'M t the current and contingent expenses of the hop* and tools, for twenty years, stipulated in the For blacksmith and assistant for ten yean, and three hundred and twenty dollars ; teen hundred and thirty-one one thousand dollars; G. M. DALLAS, .

i f-ft .sj41.: Indian department. viz: thirteenth article of the treaty of twenty-fourth ; during the pleasure of the President stipulated in For education during the pleasure of Congress.stipulated For blacksmith and assistant, daring the pleasure Vice President of the United Stile sod

tfl., For the pay of the itiperintend of Indian if arch,eighteen hundred and thirty-two, one thou. the fourth article of!the treaty of fifteenth Jolj, eighteen ( in the third article of the treaty of sixteenth of the President, stipulated in the fourth article of President the> SM-

'* j t4, ;f-' flairs at St Louis, and the several t Indian. agents, I; and six hundred and eighty dollars ; hundred and thirty, seven hundred and twenty October, eighteen hundred and twenty-fixtwo thousand the treaty of twentieth July, eighteen hundred and Approved March 1, 1847-

:g ti ;' .: ; prrlYidP b/ the -tiof Juno thirtieth eighteen hun- For iron and steel, five hundred and forty dollars ; dollars dollars thirty-one. eight hundred and forty dollars ; JAMES K- POLK.If' .


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