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 17, 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 )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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-, BY AtITIIORIT\- -- .

about that hour the enemy solicited anotbef

1111 d the Fulled Slates pawed at the treoad meeting of tbe commisuunert. .

Itssian of the Twenty-ninth Congrm. A general fervMwtion pe/raxfe*. the camp
to-daj.that tbe Mexicans are treating pnlT for
p [rC'nlco. IS ] tbe purpose repairing breaches and fixing
office tnc northern
land in
AX ACT to establish a their
part of Michigan and to provide for the sale of up destroyed fortifications ; but our engineers
mineral land* in the State Michigan.: and ordnance officers hue mt been

Be it enacted by tlir Senate and Hmtte afRepreuntabttief - --- ------- _ _ ____ _____ _ ____ behind them in this respect. During the day
the 'United Main: t f America in ( on. h __ ___ __ ___ _________ _______ we have been
era* wembled, That all that portion of the rulIi: BY SIBLEY & DYKE TALLAHASSEE FLORIDA\ SAJJJRDAY APRIL .ition, supplying placing the our guns in better pa
magazine with
Iud.iathe State of f Michigan hing north 17, 1847. YOL XVllI-NO. 39. amunition
.... land I Iany and .Drovuiinor. die. "rss...tik.. .._.t.:._ LJJ ._
L_.'_.i.. -si__ tk.._,<_;_i-inzw._n_ anJ Orat.d riser dis I -- -- --01 8 I.UUC
". jn Hid State comm.mlj o.led the northern of the agents of the Post --- -- - --- - --- --- and their appurtenances, ready to scale the
tri<.t. ) Office Department or From the A 0.-Delta, --- -- --- -
wrninwilaf the State of Iihitan. with the ilalo.i any- other oflicers of the United States, or any other :I Te officers and sailors have heretofore firing-they attempted to return it, but a walls, and pass the breaches if nerestarj to

in lake Superior, :llchisan. and in person or persons whatever, shall be paid to the or Further particulars of the capture the brunt of al1 the labor in landing the I a slight breech was made in the parapet, Col. take tbe city bjr storm The terms however,

river Green St.Bav''},br'the*.ftrait., within of the) jurisdiction, of ai.d ssid the othermonee let of the Postmaster of the Post GtntI.OGce to be kept by him a of Vera Cruz &Castle. arms and munitions of war belonging to the Harney ordered a charge, which was answered were agreed upon, and submitted for ratifica

Sutl and" the same Ire berth ', included inland a for the use and benefit of the righttul Department owner to ant By the arrival of our friend and correspondent army, and have appjed themselves to it withan by a yell from the Dragoons and' lion.

district, to be called the Lake Super or landdistrict paid whenever satisfactory proof thereof le .* Mustang," we arc placed in possessionof energy that ctrtanl.entitles them to great Tennesseans. Col Haskell, Capt. Cheath.m March; ; 29, 1817.
and for the sale of the landin ;aid& district, made and the failure bh.l b credit ; but had an and Com.
upon of any person in employment the following highly interesting details : opportunity Capt. were the first men I lo leap Perry was preparing to land another
there shall be a land office establish at such point ol the United States to"pay overmuch of participating in that of the i of
moneys part expedition the breastwork and Battery 10 from the but
over Ohio
States Corrctpondtnce f Delta. as a naval: officer guns the ne,
the President of tl Daily
select.thrcif: th Unite I3 he suhiect when dl'mandet.penalties tIl prescribed person w> refusing" law shall 22 J March. 18-17. where honors are tc be won and laurels gath. remarked, who witnessed the whole affair, I cessity was obviated by the ratifiution by both
Sec- 2. And be it further cnaltJ. That the Secretary defaulting officer ajain-t Eds. Delta The they exerted themselves with an ahi.ost the balance went over so much like 4( a thousand parties of the stipulations agreed upon by the
nights eiceedin
of the Treasury *nall eaue, a ceoloaical examination SEC. 3. And be it further "ulrd. That all mem- are lv superhuman effort. of brick that there was n and survev district to be made a'n.i reported to the Commissioner Vue President has excited the : of in relation I
of the United Slates: the Secretary apprehension some lown was lighted up by a building on fire Cruz and castle of San
As might have been the Mexicans Juan de UJua and the
of the General Land Olite.'Id the President is i 01 l the Snalr. and the Clerk of the House ofKepresentatives to yellow \.er ; but I made diligent inquiry w hich was ignite! .by the bomb shells. It expected armament and ,
hereby authorized to caue lnd5 as mavcontain .hal have the power to end and receive along the uholo line it relation thehealth was were unable to stand a charge from 'the munitions of war, loelberwith
copper. lead or otl.er uh: ores1 to be oublic doCumtnb tree of posl.e dur (their term I impossible to trtl what building it was but it I boys who stood the fire of the Black Fort at heir small arms. The officers retained their
/ of the
exposed to sale giving six months notice of the office, and t If said. members and delegates! shall army, and find that it was neverbetter. was supposed \y the engineers to be the Bar. Monterey" A few of ihe incumbrances side arm',.and the whole surrendered as prisoners
,and places of sales in Mich newspapers have the H wer to hOOd and public racks. As the fire were
time | rti't as discovered from of
Was and
son thrown war, allowed
I I' soon out of the are to retire
general circulation in the*e' rral Mates a" lt Of// men's free of postase up to the first Monday" dOU'j All the government horses in the u'e of ihe our mortar I was much way and Col. Harney, he into
deem expedient. vMtJi a Uriel description of comber following; the of their (' officers and attnrli.. l t r h.. .. lLIt'ry. verj gratified with his Dragoons, leaped the breastworkand country on their parole, Gen, Scott fur.
cliratiol o.he ahave rmv observe I
Mron. to cessation of
to be oflered : showing the nuniWr and locahlifs ol OIIMC.Sic.. ---- .- .JO lit our fire-for not. gave chase He had not proceeded lishing them four day's rations.
been more
the mines known the probalmttv of discovuing -.1. A ndbt further enacted. That the Sec- ordered' to be turned-in for the use i withstanding we Were endeavoring to destroy I than a mile before ho found the form- At 9 o'clock Gen. "'orth', and Gen. Pil. C

others the quality ol the orts, the facilities of work rt'. \ of the e"al.and Clerk of the Inu"t of Representatives of Cot Ilarne : Dragooui, a great number their town, .r compel them to surrender it, with ed in line to receive him. He enemy ow's brigade formed about 300 yards
ing the mines, and the means and expense* of tran-- shall have the power ( receive, as of have been left on foot bj the wreck their other and immediately apart,
strongholds fortifications
porting their to the principal markets in well as to scull, all letters and packages not weighing of the Yazoo. still deployed and from the bead of the line order. opposite each other, and the Mexicans marched j
the United froucli IJ all tl.t lands embraced in I I over two ounces, free postage, during their Urin At o'clock humanity would "(11 lo require that a temporary ed a charge. When he approached within out, stacked their arms, and marched off
slid district, not reported a!afor-l.id. shall be m.ld (II (.fct. I 1 to-day a white flag was sent cessation of hostilities should take place about 20 yards of the enemy's line they Our troops then moved in column into the city
in the same manner other lands under the laws Anil be into city The bearer of it a under etch cirum gave
a Sr. it furthei enacted., That the convened tancts. War is terrible him! a fire from their but at 2 o'clock. planted the Star Spangled Banneron
now ID force (Ir the nit of I he public lands, excepting members of Congress shall! tare tit power to message e from Maj. Gen. Scott, addressed toGO in its most modifi-d form; but the side-arms overshot. the walls
and from such ui, section txtceu re-I ; beseiging Then came the test stength and skill the where but a short time before
in ceire as well as to send, all and ka '. Morales I -
rer\nl I.ter Pd( \ commander of the Mexican for Iof
I like Vera
each ( the ue of .ctiool, and such re- not weighing over two ounces, frt of postage up to This a citv Cruz when we know that Dragoon with swords in hand met the con- had waven that of a vain and conceited foe.
sen aliens a:the President shall tleem necessary fur the fir.t Mondadv inlec'.iiibir the expiration ces. message was a formal summons lo we are Lttrin. down the houses over some tiding Lancer, with lance The Stars and Stripes went up first on fort
flowiul pointed ready to
uses of thur term of office. surrender the city of Vera Cruz and the Cas f-llovv creatures' heads but
public cannot tell whether Santiago then on fort
receive him. Conception and then
3. further enacted, Tnat all those I I tie of San Juan: de Ullua without The contest was but for a short on
SE .In a resort to !
are ihe
we destroying soldiers realantanli the Castle and other
s are in IOSSt5100. bv actual occupancy ', .ri1--. ____ _n.n. 01.-I_" *%til* r1nfinr. 4 Kn I*nnn.f' I.. -our (inns-. In many instances lances were twist- places. Each Flag as
praw of d in I the first A flrhpr Kilts V lll idi: -' the women and children.. pd from their rlpnrlipd VmM iliw \1o I it went up received the national salute which
J\rtoo 'ttlo : \C to anltnd an act 'ntitt. .\n act lo fJd l'i-s; ; t : ..i i.-ir, .. ,
.ection of this act, under authority a ka.e (torn regulate,: the carriage of passengers in run chant I deured i to avoid auj I And i then to %uitm's flit' burning; houses light-; were unsaddled and driven helter-skelter I was answered by the quadron-the yards or J-t:

the Secretary ot War. for the purple ol tinning 'r"II. .and determine: the time \I.en said act I further bloodshed. GOIorah.s replied in avery i I ing tip the church spires Iud domes of the I direction and in f} the vessels were manned and our colors hail. >
thereon, and who have tully complied with all theconditions shaii) every pursued by the Dragoons
take dignified lone and
t:11''I. style language, in }
| prominent buildings, with the familes j ed with three cheers.
and stipulations of said, ka-e, may enter lie it enacted b.1 the Senate and House tf Rcj'iefeHlafiertofthe substance, that he be the moving in ichments.; Col Ilarnej and several of j
and purchase the same at any time during the Continuance United Matts uf America in Con- I of was sorry cause about (I ihe tops of the houses in the utmost his officers met their men in single combat Com. Perry war present in the Mosquito !
ol such It4.se, to the extent ot Mich lease, I gitfs assembled That the.act to regulate the carriage unnecessary' bloodshed and loss of life, but coni'raliol and apparent despair, cannot do I but none of them received Fleet under Capt. Tatnail: at the evacuation
and no less bv pav ing to the Ulte State herder of passengeis inuieichants vigils, appioved thetnent'.teorid I 1 that he had a high and important duty to per i otherwise than excite t f feeling! of commiser. Lieut Xcill of the any injury except und surrender. '
at the rate ol two dollars and fitly cents per acre : day' of l\Lruary, eighteen lunJr.d :I[ form, involving (the honor of his arm} and the I ation. Adjutant Regiment who The Mexicans "
Provided, That sit entry and purchase "ball and forts-Sl".rn, shall, in regard to al ve...ils arriv- I interests! of the country, and that he would not I was wounded severely in two places! from his variously estimated their loss
made to include original \ ot I Maids 21th, I'l7. in at from 500 to 1,000 killed and wounded but
tur\ tuch It'as. liz from ports on this side of capes ol Good Ii surrender magnatijmity attempting to capture a Mexican ;
until he had exhausted '
a near a may be contoiining to the lines of the Hope and Ibm n. take effect and twin force from and of defence. ox cry means I r _\f"r the frt in town last night our batte- i : in stead of killing him. In full run he all agree that the loss among the soldiery u
public survev/of sections and sub-di'asions thereof alter ll.t tllrt day of May next (.nsuill; and I I ties again opened and continued until morn- overtook the comparatively small and the destruction '
And all those persons who are in pus".sion, by ac- in regard to all vessels arm ing from places beyond The Mexicans, during the forenoon, set ( ing. During the the havewoikrd I retreating and placing the women and children is among
(tui oulan.C), ol any ol said: lands, fur mining: pur-I said capes, on and after the thirtieth day of October I to several buildings, and fn'j day army guns his sword in front of him commlde: him to very great. Among
dcar.d away slow account of short their killed is Gen. Felix
authority of a wrilelyermit from next ensuincSrc masks to batteries liitH very on a supply surrender whereupon the drve his Valdez, an officer j
rel.n'ofr, and \\lioluve. visible IanJmarks 2. .'nd be itfurVlu-'uartrd, That so much. some thtbad not- ; >. of armllition, rein prevented from landing lance into his magnanimous: : adversary As of some celebrity Our loss in the Army
and uunimenU a boundary thereon and who I of said act a.authorizes shippers to estimate two exposed, notwithstanding thihave kept up a any yesterday bv the norther. I the Lieutenant wheeled his I and Navy is about 23 killed and 40 w ounded !
have in ail other respects! complied d with the conditions children of eight \ears of age and under a* olela" constant firing on our entrenchments during Ear in the day General Patterson let the him another lott to despatch: but many of them slightly.. j I
and stipulations contained in permit, the I ihe ) charged up and struck i
in assignment ofroom. i
1Uci Cay enter and purchase the same to Itlt extent of' Tort him with a lance. However severely wounded army ;
the tract .eecte by them aid. reported to the Secretary .\pIRonD: March 2, 1M7. of Santiago, and a bastion front in the rear guns were entirely undiscovered by the Mexicans as he was, in two places, be conquored and one of the navy. Capt. Alburtis and .i j'
bv said and City. until tbe "' Vinton oYthe ;liV
.f\ra. a required' Iermit. no Sailor lad commenced unmarking. of his and army Midshipman Shubrick i iof
I one
less, ID the tame manner aso-'e under [Pi-BLic-No. ] The conferences }between the }belligerentforces They commenced a Corporal came up in the
leases, and at the same price) :"'n'tidrd, such entry AN ACT making appropriations 21 for the support of having concluded at 2 at 4 the into the soon and pouring I time to settle accounts" with the other.In Lieut.navy.Col.! Dickinson I j i
and purchase be made before the da\ said lands haUb the .Array aud Volunteers for the year ending American battery o'cok. city a severe cfccth"c fn., until this affair Col. Harney had 4 wounded I Lieut Neil and j I
offered for sale by order of he Prendtnt And the thirtieth Junt one thousand eight hundredand consisting mOl tar 'I about 4 o'clwcK-their [position being only 500 and I kifled. Lieut Judd had one killed I j i Baldwin, I am happy to state, are recovering ]
commenced the :
those persons. who shal be in |x>*>e*.i<)ii, l'y' actual I fortyeight, and for other purposes.. bombardment of the city.- yards from the walls: of the town, und with I and the Tennesseeans had Messrs. l-'ox very fast, and the wounded generally are doing 1
occupancy of a Iial or u uus actually discovered lie it enacted b.1 the Ornate and House of Reprelentatieetvfthc The shells fell into the place after the few first t tI I such a ranjre as to enable them to flank most ,Long, very well. j
before the passage ot I this art, and who shall United Statri Amencii in Conglen fires, and exploded with much Woodly, and one other of Capt. McCown's
I as pn"c.ion as : (If the fortifications and works from whence I At the time of the surrender the Mexicans
pjv the_ _same per centum. of,rents as those. who. hold I nib J, That the !following: sums be,and the I could have been desired. The ., mo. the company, whose name I could not ascertain, I had but two ammunition 1*' 'lf
--- -- was days and three
uuuer leases as aioresau, uau ue |rinuu-u i" en- tame nerruj apr rnpn ((lor me "Ufijiuri Ol me end to Ihe other frn; llflllrirlfil. \fr_ VniintT. n Twnn. .. lnf_ .>nor ..'J>r. days 1
ter aol purchase one !section of land, and not le., army and of volultf for the \a ending the thirtieth soon became enet-lopedina The fallowing !i size and weight of the -- ----n' - & > I subsistence, which accounts for their generally e t'hjt

to include such mine or mires di.co'.ere and orru- June one thousand eetht- hundred and forth I cloud of smoke-Ihe vivid and lurid flashes o{' guns \ilL their oJicer, as far as I could! learn was. acting as guide, was also wounded slightly. ] witholding their fire during the night. .
pied 8 aof'uid. by them. by pa)ing United \Ih t : the artiller: ), Horn their cit batteries breaking thetriltoanrac2 illt'teenJexicans were found dead at the bombardmant !
: During
Statf& same price. and at the same timi?, as rt- Ft pav of the art three million thiee hundred through it at brief ) the bridge behind the breast-work. Col. Har our army have
'irI of those who hold with Ilr.it"f6rcsJiJ. and !iJt-\.e thousand four bundled and nxt -two followed inten'als and repott after I : 3 J pounders, 63: cwt., Captain ney killed 50 and wounded about the thrown the following number and size of shot : V1t2 '
rents accruing; from uch occupantsshall : dolar. report each other in quick succession, Aulick aud Lieut iialduin.Karitan same Army Baltery.

b paid and ddi"erel to such oflicers of the ( of ofcu'b isffr.cl cia hundred unil after the dusk of evening bad passed I' -1 3'J pounder, 63 cwt., Lieut. In. Col.number. The Mexican force near 2000 ; :3000 ten inch shells, OOlbs. each. i (
governments!I the Scretar' of the Treasury shall and forty cven and forttwod. when they comparativ ely ceased. Tint round gersoll. Harney's about 500. 500 round shot, 251 bs. each.

direct: FioruIeJ, to any such purchase .>! .r". shot and shells fell heavy and fast at the entrenchments I I Mississippi 8 inch 63 Col. Haskell Capts. Cheatham, Foster, 200 8-inch howitzer shells 63lbs. 1
heln;Elate under the provisions of this brctiun, K"r commutation of forage fur officer' horses, one gun, cwt., Lieut. each.
rroot ot pose"iol anJ occul'al aforesaid, ot I I undreJ and lortv-eigit! thousand .i1 hundred and behind which our batteries were Lee. Snead Lieut. Judd, and all the officers and Gen. Palt rson's Nary Battery.

the mine or mine imt shall, be ldt to the register forty d'illars. laiitt-d. Louisiana and Kentucky were : Albany-1 8 inch gun, 63 cwt., Lieutenant men in the command arc spoken of in the very 1000 Paixhan shot CSlbs pa,}. -
and recei'"cr o land district, to ether Fur p
with tlie evidence of tae paMuent oi all rents due. fjrfv-two thousand eight bur.drand ten dol.lar. volunteer company fror" "..4! of thps . T.O __ T' I conduct throu7hcuit I'u01.' a. : Musquito Fled, Capt. Tatnall. j .1
the I'jiUJ State, aijrerabU to <' rul a.. to*.) 1 lie .NavaTUlIicers at Gen. )Patterson bat-
'leI i ne rormer ny liluuchard s I I 1200 shot and shell, averaging 62lbs. each. '
Uaptain 11<11 Kennedy.
prescribed by the tf t le Irea-ury for that For ray of volunteci, i iicludfnp general and stall'officers.
purpotc. which register S"ld.r an! li-cner shall each be two million e.cht; hundred and! fifteen thous- company, acting with oth lufantr-the later I The navy- battery_ set- the town on lUre n"_riin. herr were relieved to-dav bv Cantairi' RrepiwLteuts. Makin in all G.700. shot and shell.. wei
eatitiad i toreceue one d.t. lof his scriices there- and tire hundred and !leh.f,(dollars. IJJ Capt.ihhiztuls' companv, acting with 6th to-day. ----H-nn.o Knox, Wemford, Alder, Ta)I lor, Purser !I ing 463,600 Ibs. c

la : ITftwa< That U ipe1 Jrom the decision of For subsis'ence! in kHd titarmti( volunteers Infantry. The Mexicans did not fail to return Gen'l. I Ham, Midshipmen Bennet, Mao, Morris I The destruction in the city is most awful- I
the resister: retIH.r tjhe Secretary ol a the and tmlI',%{_, two million two hundred and eleven THE NAVY Patterson's fire with and and some others whose names I could not one.hatfofit i is destroyed. Houses are blown
great rapidity, I
Trea" r mae be had und.-r guth regulations a- the thnusj'id MX hundred and twenty-six}d.Uar. As soon as Com. Perry perceived the landforces and I to with energy effect killing learn, Drs. Baxter, N'unn and Hambleton. to pieces and furniture scattered in di
said Secretary may pr cnb.nd if two f more For clothing ol the aim, camp and tarn-ton MJUI- am sorry say some every 01
f ersoa: > are in possession > ., same section, thetrrt I page, nine hundred and sCH llf.Iour thousand dollars engaged, he ordered Capt. Tatnal with 4 and wounding G-.-.among the latter was To-day a white flag was sent in, asking, on I rection-the streets torn up, and the strongest J

occupant shall,! b entitled .to a t.telereflCeUn-. what is called the "Mosouito Fect. t. I Lieut. Baldwin of the Potomac. behalf of the people, to allow them to leavethe I buildings seriously dama.ed.I .

le tl Utt can he so Oitieu (fry Legal suuaiiisionsutopve For expcn .esot recruit mc,arluding nounties,one ing of the ster.mers Spitfire lcn, and I At 4 o'clock the officers and crews from the city, with their families and persons who I Gen:Scott has certainly achieved a great,
:; to each thehsc'overy ch.imt b>' him. hundred and ten thousand: dollars. w ere making no resistance. I could learn '
live boats Reefer IJunita I not glorious and almost bloodless
gun viz : relieved b the victory
SEe 4. < further e'trted, the said Fur three months extra pay' to nln.commiiSiQne.J Tampico nawere ) following : Capt. over an
ciaeTil: flu. ; lieofkred. lor tale in Curter officers, musicians and .privates, twelve thousand Falcon, and Petre to attack. Capt. Tatnall i Mao, Lients. S.mmes. De Camp, Frailcyand what was the precise nature of the reply, but enemy in a position that was considered im i

ecUit-\ and no bid shall be received at a lc s dollars.! inquired at point he should enga c.- I Stuilman. Passed Midshipmen Nelson, they did not get what they wanted-they had I pregnable. Throughout the whole affair ha t

than five d.>llar.per acre; and if such lands not" !he For the regular supplies of the qualfrma lpr'l department Commodore Peny emphatically rlplil.dlcre'cr : Cazier and Wager Midshipmen Shubrick I| waited a little too long. Gen Scott was not has preserved the most equilibrium of temper
; I
sd public nit at such price, they' thall thereafter COU."tl ot (fuel, braCe in kind for the 'cT- I the to be caught by a of this kind.I
\ can o the execution Joe and hur. person ruse and the characteristic coolness and I
I lOU mOlt Smith Majaw lp courage
!h"lenttr-at private tale that puce Proadti authorized number of eithcers hoise, and for the I
That no legal dU"ls"Jf or&*ubdit .ion of any of horse, mules and oxen belonging to the I iuartermas- sir." Accordingly; the little fleet took position DEATH OF MR SHUBRICK. March 26/A, 1847. I of a General and noble soldier, and while,

said kinds upon Inch there may ban outstandingleas I tei'dcpartmtrt I. at the several militarv |posts and under a point of land known as the Lime 2311z.-'I'o.day the combatants appear to be I Last night Gov. Morales was strongly. from the necessities of demanding from the -

t>r leases Irom the So..rH.r* of War unc\pireil : tations, and fir the IIJ"t1 of the three, regiments of Kiln," about a mile from the city, where they more eager on both sides and ihe firing more portuned by the inhabitants, who are said to I j I enemy his own terms ho has tempered the I Ir

er undeermine and whi'h is actually occuiued : dragoons the four cClpanif'ol light artillery, and were protected from a point blank shot of the i rapid-the army battery mounts 11 ten-inch I'I'i I he suffering severely, to surrender the town ; I vigor of the circumstances with humanity-the
and the of which the regiment of mountd riflemen; of straw lor sol(
tate Dining purp'o a! the rlUhtt ocCura.h! : of such Io, ,(I diers' bedding: and of stationery.including company; I Castle. As soon as they)got their position In ,j'I mortars, lour long 2l\ and four Cohorns. ,I but he was obstinate, and would not listen to [best evidence of a brave and competent officer.

or eOilleth torf| .,rra the same, shall I and other blank books for the arm' cftitir.te lor I line they opened. a fire round shot and shell!, j During the morning. the Mexicans concentrated their appeals. lie declared he would not sur. I I r '

be sold until after the ditemiiation of uih lease <>r j discharged soldiers, blank forms for the pay ndi1iiantermater'S ,I at a rapid rate, and threw them .handsomtty '' their fill as much as possible upon Gen. render the garrison works until every man was The Engineer Corps under Ciii. Totteu > !

leaH by! emu of time, \uluntul surrtn.itr. or othI I department and the printing of de- I I into the town and Fort autia ..u. j{' Patterson and the Navv', but the return fire buried underneath the ruins, and not one stone :I have applied themselves to the discharge uf r

c lefi e1Inglartm nt orders army) regulations:and general rrgu- The Castle soon paid its to I through the day silenced two of their batteries left on lop (another.. Thereupon 'I their duties as became them in their position
cases K are provided fur in t the third tln uf this j, 1"I.n., three ii.illion butCh: hundred and ten thous expects Capt. j I a meeting I
an, and the le"c rcs.n-ctuth shall be entitled to six hundred dollars. Tatnall, und the powerful engines of havocJ 1 and thy Navy breached the'' v&lU in ditferent j I\ ot'the National Guard was held, and GO\.I and endured the privations and exposure to the I

the pruileges secured blaid section upon the I For the incidental expenses of the <]uarl!rmasler's and destruction were now in 'full! blast horn places. :Midshipman i Shubrick and three sail- I I Morales was deposed, and Gen. Landero placed I weather and the fire of the enemy without re- ',
ToluUary surrender of the lease tr leases,"held bv' ut. consisting of ""o"tat oit le t.r and ,_,_ tlioir ilro'iflfiil I in command. arrl health loss of life.
dflatm *-*\-'pn- tts_'nor_ Jlrlill..-. -.--..-. _;i.nil r!* .nr1U* ors wen Killed and om mortally wounded. to or i
them -'J 1
received oflicers 'J -'
II.acl..t by on public .n.ict.: esl into each other's ranks in Mr. Slubrick'sdeath announced at Headquarters Our batteries worked last night and I No division or portion of the has been 1 11ji
Stc 5. And be it furlhtr matted That the l ii-cs lt courts-martial and (Curt,of in<,uirv, I.U-i I ri\silel tapid 1 succession up army
Ca'u;ement and control. ol the mineral lands shall, ding the :additional compensation to judge adH'alf I which they kept up until about dark, t in the followi.g: laconic note, by the : 9 o'clock this morning, with apparent increased better conducted than that of the Ordnance

be tr."rtrr from the War V"jartmtnt. and !nlactdunder I member and witft.li. while on that service, under': when the Mexican Iatericl comparative! i commander (the entrenchments : .Mr. Shuj vigor, when a flag of truce was received throughout the whole of the operations, and no

the jurisdiction and Treaury I the act ot the sixteenth of Marchone thousand right I I ceased, and the %!quito also held i ioil" j brick has been killed at his gun fght iu ."- by Gen. Scott, with a proffer on the part of the tnen are entitled to a greater degree of credit
Department : and all books, > hundred and extra to soldiers Fect" !
er4 employed
uaps paj il.truens. t\l; pay in
for the On I learned the further Mexicans to treat for surrender. than Huger and Lieut. Hagner their
and other propert j to b used and the erection of barracks and quarter, the construction night.At t'II'liry.I' particularsas I a According Capt. ;
en) l 14 yd in the ; frluno, >, exploring, or of road and other constant labor for periods of B o'clock the party that were in the folhjws : lie was shooting: at I gun in one I !), a commission on our part was appointed, duty has been arduous and they have labored
cundj 'tine of said mineral land b) the War Department | not !less than ten dabs, under the ct of the second of t trenches were, relieved b\ another detail.- of the bastions in the rear of the city. and was consisting of Gens. UVirth and Pillow, Col.! night and day to discharge it, in fair weather

shall delivered over jand Dale subject to |I March. one thousand tight hundred and lirueteenepeiise The troops who returned from the entrenchments watchinjj the cflJ-ct ot Iris shot upon that piece Totten, and Capt.'Aulick, of the Navy, who and foul, both at the general depot and in the I
the disposition ol the &'rtt4)ul; the Trea.ur I .ol expre-se-s from the frontier. p.t of c.- when from the he met the Mexican commission at the Lime Kiln entrenchments, and I saw these officers
SLe 0. And be it fuithen enacted, That the ( to paxniasters ; of the necessary articles for the were JiterlJ covered with! smoke and artillery a hal piec was up to [
President, b, and with the adv K-e and consent of the interment ort of lon.ommlione officers and soldiers dust t and so disfigured that they could shooting at struck -but the last shot he on (the right of our mortar battery, about one their knees in water during the prevalence of

** m soon as a sufficient number of township I hire ot laharfrs; compensation to clerks to the offiI I not be rccon zed except I, their \"uices.- I I fred di m'Jntt the piece that killed him- mile distant, and they continued in session during I the heavy norther to rescue their stores from

are sinejed, and rttunn thcrdoi a made to the Gint.'ii cers ol the quartermaster' dpartrtnt. at Shell after shell exploded in}their midst, and in all probability} both artillerists lost the day. loss. 1 i

toe tales Lied in Olhcc said,district to authorize, shall'appoint tie commencement one rtguterandotie i of aid w here; and their compensation dtitictcannot to be agents performed in charge without of such dis shot after shot threw barrels of earth from theembatikinents their lives in shooting at one another almost Early this morning a Norther sprung up Gen. Patterson bas acquired for himself Ii-

receiver for the laud JjSice in said district mante works und to such wagon and forage mas over their heads: as they lay in simullancouslv.COI. very suddenly, and blew most furiously all day.. high reputation as a gallant soldier and able
bo shall reside at the plade designated by the a may be nucessarv to employ under'the act the trenches. Their escape seems to have .. lUUNLY'S DRGOON[ l'IGILT.Information Rude Boreas piped his shrillest whistle, and officer. His official duties have necessarily

President for the land ocr, receive: such comjujnsaiion of the fifth of July', one thousand eight IlnJre and been miraculous, indeed, and every is was received U camp this old Neptune seemed to do his best, in the general been heavy and laborious ; in which be has

give security, and disrjiarge all duties pirtamg thirty-eight! ; .various expenditures "necssaiy keep ,I snrnrisfd that at least tine.ha.If! of their person num.bcr morning that a body of Mexicans were lunging commotion by land and sea ; the rifled been well sustained by an efficient staf con.
to such office u are prestfnucd by law. (tie tree regiments 01 me lour companies P'W
Ari'EovLDMarch, 1, 1.17. ot t light artillery, and 'IraOIIS.regiment of mounted rife- was not slain. on our rear intending to force the line if clouds flew like sable-winged messengers of sisting of Maj. G. A. McCall, Capt. McCIel.

men complete, including the purcha-e. of March :i:), 1817. possible and make their way into the city death through the air ; while the furious, lash Ian, Lieut. S. Williams and Lieut. Mead.

[PnLc-Xo< in] supply the ;places of those which may be lost and become A NurtUrer sprung up this morning, which- with I number of cattle. Col. Harney, with ed ocean piled her crested waves far upon the I Although the veteran Twigga and that able

AN ACT to amend the act entitled "An act to re- unfit for service ; also including the ;purchase has been blowing] furiously ail day, the one hundred and tw enty dragoons was orderedout beach. The clouds of sand swept like hail officer Col. B. F. Smith have not had an opportunity
duct the rates of postage to bruit the use and cor of horses for the additional regiment dragoons, and filling
re the abuse of the Irankihg and for the purchase of saddles, bridles and other horse e- air and covering every body w uh The in search' of them, and report his observations across the strand. from hill top to the valley's I attacking the city, or figuring con

pre\ention of frauds on JtnllJt. 01 he (cjuipments for the name; shoeing horses, for the purChase I Mexican batteries have been quiet, with the lie lJscO.cred them about two thousand depth, and almost] like the famed sirocco of spicuously in the engagement, they have had

I'oit Office Department." P4'ad third ol March, blacksmith's and other tools, iron and other exception of a few shots about midnight, when in ntiinhei' cntrendl.d at a bridge and I Egypt, with maiUtrooin-fbrce] or the sweeping an important and responsible position assigned

eighteen Be it enacted hundred by the and Senate forty-five bn
ofthe Untied Start of America in Confrett hundred and seventy-three thousand: \three hundred I mortars Lave uol ceased during the night?, but I miles from Gen. Patterson's headuartrs.Col .- darkness, and man and beast with feelings of! and occupied with great vigilance.

assembled That in lieu ol enmi'tIOI* allowed dollars continued to pourintothe city a constant stream Hurney started on Inn return, intending dismay. The mariner was tempest-tossed by : Thn general health of ihe army w good.-

deputy postmasters by the fowrttinth section ol For repairing and enlarging barracks, quarters of fire. At one lime I saw as many as six prepare property and attack them the next the quick surges of the angry deep, and fear : The men have been well supplied with pro.

the act of toe, the third Postmaster ol Macrh(,general eighteen) hundred allow and Itore.houls. and hospitals. at the 8t.trl posts; for shells in the air, the whole] of which exploded! morning. Hut the gall,mt old soldier know might well blanch the check of the boldest : I visions since their first landing; but bow could
ben.fy may on erecting tpmfrr cantonments pot!i may in the about the that are could not bear the soldier covered low it be otherwise with such an officer as Capt.
proe.J of their respective ofcf a commission be the year, and eun-house for the city, same time, with a ter ing delays dangerous to escape the drifting
not exceeding the following rte.uo the amount protection(Cupie cannon at the several posts and military rife and deadly ('f ct. the idea of leaving the enemy after having sands that, in almost impalpable} particles penetrated Grayson at the head of the department, seconded

received in any one year,or a due proportion thereoulor "or1l. including the necessary tools ant Daltl late t as daylight was approaching, Captain come in sight of them without having a brush. even the smallest apertures ; tents were by the Quartermasters now in the service I

hundred less than a forty year: per Da a cent sum; on not a exceeding sum over one the furniture objects of the enumerte. and of for. the aul.orzc Tatnall's Musquito Fleet weighed anchor, und Accordingly he turned to the place, took a lifted from their positions, and in many instances Capt. Blanchard, Lieut. Tenbrinck and j

first dolaa. not exceeding four hundre dotJ oflicers and soldiers barck; building rooms and repairing- !stables: under cover of a moon somewhat clouded, approached position where he could watch their movements torn literally into ribbons and clothing and Nichols, and the whole Phoenix company of

J lnthirtl.the; and one-third perunt on a sum for dragoons, light artillery and mounted riflemen ; within 600 J jards of the Castle. As and keep -his men secure irom the camp equipage were strewn in confusion for Louisiana Volunteers, have passed through

ove abe first four bdttd dollars and not for rent ol quarters for ofcers.barrarK for troon| at soon as they had got their respective |pOiilionA enemy's fire. The Mexicans commenced miles! ar mid.During the battle without injury. By their strict con.

exceeding cent. on a twenty-lour sum over twenty-lour hundred' dollar, thirty dollar|Ilr, aecommndation posts where there, and are of storehouses buildings for the for their they opened a broadside from the which firing at him and threw a perfect shower of the prevalence of this powerful gale, formity to the discipline of the army, and their

twelve and one-half per wnt ; on bundre al sums arising iogofs'ibsistenceclothin JLc-. and grounds II.kcp.for I. was answered by the Castle with great spirit, balls all around him, but without injury.Col. .- the steamship Alabama went ashore, but was noble conduct in the engagement, have elici

from the postage on magazine and summer cantonments and encampments. for military both by round shot and shell. Capt. T. con. Harjiey then despatched a messenger to got off with tbe assistance of the boat's crew ted the warm esteem of all who know them.

Impulets. fifty per rlew'palen. amount of po t- purposes| one million one hundred and seven thousand tinued the engagement for about half an hour camp for: a email reinforcement, and some artillery of the Princeton, under Midshipman Bassett. Although they have not the banner of the State,

ae onletters or packets re.ive for distribution. two hundred dollars although the signal from the to break the breastworks. He was The brig Porpoise was thrown on her Learn in the storm of battle they have borne the honor -
per cent : all allowances, For transportation! of officers baggage, when commoore's
cOlmi..ionl.'e or otber emoluments shall be subject tiling on duty without troops, eighty thousand trav dollars. ship, calling him off" had been (or sometime reinforced from Gen Patterson's Division, by ends and compelled to throw overboard her and name of Louisiana, and as Louisiani.

to.t the provisions of the forti-Crst section of the act ; but, I was not seen, on account Lieut. Judd, with two pieces of artillery lee ?uns. About 30 vessels were driven a. sea they have preserved and honored it, both

winch this i. intended to amend and tbl; the an transportation ol troops and lupplie of the of a cloud suppse. which hung around the about 60 Dragoons) dismounted, and six com shore opposite Sacrifices of which tbe ElizaS. in the investment and siege of Vera Cruz and

nUtOrnption thcreing limited: computed army, including the baggape of moving shipping.This panics of tae let and 2nd Tennessee Volunteers Lepper was got off by the boats of the in the hard fought battles on the heights of
for the fiscal year commencing on the first of by eilhr land or water freights and ferriages; the attack of T. under the command of Cu!. Haskell Princeton. Monterey, and as a Louisianian I am
July! and ending the thirtieth: of June each year,and purchase or Ilre of horses, mules, oxen, carts, wagons Capt. on the Caste is proud
that for considered of the Gen. Patterson in although During the whole of the day, amidst tbe of them.
any period leas than a sear the restrictions and boats; for (the transportation supplies, one most daring accompanied by person,
contained In Mj;, section shall 1 be \held\ to apply in a and (or garrison purposes ; drayage and cartage at has been attempted since the commencementof he did not take the command from prevalence of the storm, tbe commissioners Gen. Quitraan's brigade, is to take up its

t due rf Proportioo for such fractional period 4nd pro the several posts, hire of temfet.transportation of hostilities. Col. Harn *y, but merely participated a any were endeavoring settle tbe terms of treaty. line of march for Alrarado on the 30th, and
further. That the compensation to any deputy funds for the pay department ; the expense of sailing the whole at night, and the Mexicans Gen. will in column the
postmaster under the forego} provisions to public between posts on the Gulf of During of to-day ((23d) Gen. Pat- other individnal who was engaged. Col. They adjourned gave Twiggs move on
computed upon the receipt at his office of a b transports and of procuring wafer at such posts.as from tenon, in conjunction with the Navy, have. Barney then formed the Tennesseant on the. until 6 o'clock of the 27th, to accept or National Bridge, 30 miles from Vera Cruz,

"."" .hal In no case fall. shfcrt of tbe lrge Meio. require it; of clothing from the depot ben making the most extraordinary exertions right,his Dragoons on the left, and advanced j reject. The enemy was evidently in a bad where it U expected Borne resistance will be

cmed nich would b entitled under a smaller sum re- at Philadelphis to the stations of !the troops; of an entrenchment to plant a marine slowly, to draw the fire of the Mexicans, until I position and trying to get the best terms pos made.
S at tis offic cothir'j from the at Philadelphia to the sta- of three Judd his in such The Princeton left on the erenidg of the
.Sac. be dept from the of baltery consisting G9' and two long Lieut. got artillery positionas sible.This
That all
further enacted. the
2..a mo- trop place 32's which have movement morning the Mexicans did not accedeto 29th and saluted b/ the Castle of San
al tae om the mail of the United States by purchase the places of delivery,under contracts been landed during the course he desired. The succeeded was
,. heft, or oter.'i.e. which hare come, or to inich places .tbe circumstance of the ser- of the day from on board different vessel of admirably : Lieut. Judd got his ground wfth- the terms of tbe commissioner, and orders Juan de Ulua as she passed out.- Sh. md

ntj herea.ftecorne iDtl Possession or custody of : [Continued an fourth rag] war. 150 yards of the Mexicans, and commenced were given to fire at 0 o'clock. However, be trip in three days and ten hours.


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r : L'i,.-'- I I learn that Com. Perry hat laid in a claim Mtisquito Fleet. The Mexicans must have Fo the Baltimore RejnMican ft.P |1", no war origaate As late a* the 15th of 'THE FLORIDIAN. tide of their unless wronged country. G noeafar2L
hey cannot, impelled by
,, ":. .i, for the captured prope y as a prize to ibe XaV ben |*x>r marksmen ; for although our little Tns WHIG CLAXOB AGARTST TIBXARCH. last April daY bfor the murderof we are inclined to attribute them.w.motivn"

../. The army is Dot entitled to prize money, .} : was within a quarter of a mile of the iso OF ocxTsoors TO THE RIO GRAFDE REsi'KED Cross and Porter, capture of Cap t I th n
party tyranny a moment,
;. and I see no good reason why the Navy should CAMC! and Tmained in this position during BY GE:. TAYLOR.-A considerable tain Torton'* cammand-he expressed fort 1 I la..
view of their true
'1 DOt recenre one half ofilhe captured property. two or three hours, firing alternately into the difference of opinion prevails as to cause Ampudia would not attack him, SATURDAY, AIMUL 1T. 1817. bi3 position, they wO1 kl
411 ". '; They hare done: all thte labor in landing tht"I city and castle exposed also to the continuedfire of the present war with Meiico. ti whigs even after enlarging his force, 1 reluctantwas shocked at their own deep madocat. lo i

.. .: army and their protisions, armament and I I of shell and shot from ihe latter, and from insist that it was the marching of thej American he to give up the opinion he first express Ache Marat. will no b long before they adopt a COI.hit
will hereafter hinder the Mexicans
Quartermaster stores- hate !labored a,*.idu. Fort Santiago, at the southern extremity of army to the shores of the Rio Gande- ed, that his "advance to the Rio Grande to the mel. Cr.

\'I. eusly, in good and bar weather, to prrfoim the city, not a life was lost, a wound received and in this opinion they hare been ecently would produce a powerful effect in preserving We ire called upon,that to-day State announce lost one of its ting each other that they have allies i out Repgkn.o .
intelligence our
'. their part the service-they hare dune an or one ofthe vessels injured. backed by Mr. Calhoun-whilst the democrats peace. If the sequel showed that General ancholy ba whom they owe a large debt of gratitude.
i o had been deceived, and that, for six mot famous men. Under our obituary head will b But, it will b asked what are the groondtof
I ample of the fighting their battenlias CommOlJt Perry.-We understand that insist that nothing but the unequalled perverseness Taylor .
,, : done as much a* any other-to bring the Mcii- ; Commodore during the siege, was extrrmely and obstinacy of the Mexican race,gave months he had been making representationsto found recorded the death of Prince MCXAT,who hasbeentongaresident heavy charge against Mr. Polk, that he pay, D 1
Per I n
here. He the of
'"" cans to terms-and from the first landing of strict stopping all infercgurse be. ri'e to it. Occasionally we find some whigs the government which proved to be erroneous was son Napole. pact to the Constitution when be directs that aTarii

: the the surrender, hare disingli"hlt i tween the foreign vessels of war, and the ene- referring to. the annexation of Tens as t'e who is to blame Certainly not I. on's celebrated Marshal: ,of the same name,who brilliant shall be levied in Mexico? They are, that D_i

"- *' ;i trp in the discharge of the duties as. ,fly, (;en. Scott refused to allow the British remote or predisposing cause of the war," Polk, nor the Secretary of War Who career has excited so much admiration through. power is given him in that instrument, aD(that v,

,; '! signed them. Without their co-operation in and French consuls to leave the city, when whist they all agree that the marching of our We leave the impartial reader on both sidesto out the world. After the expulsion of his family should have cO.ulte Congress on the subject.

my humble opinion, we would bate been the latter found the siege progressing. They army to the shores of the Rio Grande, was the decide that question, after they shall have from Italy, they resided in Austria, wfeere Prince at the tame time they reproach him with bilC A a

1 I I; able to operate against Vera Cruz.i no. hid: refuse to avail themselves of his first notification immediate cause of active hostilities. They satisfied themselves what Gen. Taylor meant Murat lived until the year 1S21, when he came to strict constructionist only s long as it suits

i: I i MUSTANG. for all foreign residence tdleave the adhere to this latter argunent solely because by saying that he did not feel al liberty, under the United States. He has ever since, with the ex renience. But the main offence he ha committed h c i

(- i city. they think that democrats agents are alone his ,instructions, particularly those of July ception. of an occasional. visit to .Europ eid.e in the matter u,musing the same lDggewhicht i

Santa Anna.-In oty news from the Cra- I Mexican excuse for Capitulation. 1 he responsible for it,but if the annexation of' Texas Sth of that year, to make a forward movement this country. aims life Here nas bn qUiet ana nn- nations do under similar cir( ane !

I zos we mention the arrival! of Santa Anna on Mexicans say that the reason which induced had not been aided ly whig votes, they to the Rio Grande." To us it seems that the ostentatious.The speaks of .conquered cities'Ac., and "he wl. '

the 8th uit., at San Louis Potosi, with S rvm- I them to capitulate so soon, were a desire to might perhaps attribute I In origin of the war letter of""July 8th," from the War Department deceased was a man of great eccentricity of chases what he undfrtand tobe the rights of a."cot..

I nant of his army. Mr. Kendall, in one of his spare the Lloo of the women and children, exclusively to that measurt. It so happens, must have rather discouraged such a character, was gifted with a high order of mind. queror." To the ears of whig politicians rocs M.

: letters speaks of him as having suWrpcntvreached | and they were out of provisions both however, that the whigs are mistaken in sup. movement. which was' enriched by solid literary acquirements ptessions are ominous. They impregnate th ancu

,- the capitol Meiico, wbf it i* said in the city and castle. After its surrender, it posing that no member of their party advised FROM CAMP. and was withal a most interesting and agreeable which bears open its wings the taint of ipproacluat

:. he Las joined the church party and i it dkwei; j was said that there was more than a month'siproiision the riitaf'movement to the Ko.Grande, and We publish Gen.TiE Taylor's "order" from companion. He was the author of some works on tyranny. Now we are unable to discover any HUM

: for peace. This intelligence! Mr. Kendall. re-'I there, but however this miy be, that very fr suggestion of ftat kind came the field of battle, to his victorious division, the subject of our institutions, which, it i is said pOe s dreadful,or even tending to harm, in all! thu-.
ceited through the fleet at Vera Cruz. the from claim Kentucky coosiderable merit. HereaJter hope to lay When Mr. Polk this
foreign ; \h'n terms of capitulation were agreed one they as a"good over the Mexican forces of twenty thousand sees we speaks of course I LM refer.

I and is probah.y true in 8 far a the whereabouts !i on, Jen. Scott Wl informed oftbe scarcity whig," and that it was chiefly owing to men, commanded in by Gen. Santa II before the public an extended notice of his life and ence enly to the existing state of thinjp,'a4nolto

J. Santan"a concerned. Nor is it !I provisions in the city, and in much humanity his advice and importunities thr. tho movement Anna, in the conflicts person of Buena Vista, on the character which, we understand, will b prepare any permanent settled arrangement. So, wbeakt !I

: I improbable 'hat he has become disgusted with j, sent in four days' supplies for their relief.Relalirc was inide so early. Wo arudc to no 22d and 23d of February, 1815. It is written I by some friend familiar with both. impose a Tariff in Mexican port, he does it oil.I 1 I

: fighting. We learn from an officer, who arrh.td -I Losses.-We have no return of I.'s a personage than Major General Zachary in fine taste. It alludes in the most modest He was buried in this city to-day. A numerous by virtue of the existing military state of aflairfc-. i.i II

.' last evening from Gen. Taylor's camp. the killed and wounded of the enemy. Ours Taylor, and to prove what we say, we ask the terms which he could employ, to the brilliant procession ol friends and citizens attended his remains He does not adopt it as a civil measure. He adopts I

." I that the day after the battle Santa Anna addressed is very trifling indeed. Including Captains attention of our whig friends to the following which have the from the house of Col. Robert Gamble to higr'Te. it a Commander-in-Chief of the American
t victory our won over
,' I a letter: fromga Xueva to tli' (Jov.ernor I Aibunis and Vinton, ol the army, and Mid. extract from his letter to the Secretary of War, immense superiority troops of the Mexicans, headed Minute gun were fired during the morningand and by virtue of the right which pertains to army that, !

:-. of he said that hehad j -hipman Slit-brick, ofth.eiricsirsippi, killed in dated October 4-, 1813 : by their most distinguised military leader.It .- he was buried, in compliance with his own request office in a time of war. The Con /jtgtJ

.' merely fallen back to that point t(> pro: the naval; }battery, our whole lOsS in killed is "I have: rea"on to believe, moreover that a due honors to the brave officers and witk the imposing ceremony of the Masonic him Commadtr-io-Cbief. but, of course,does mae ,
IA'r r: .; cure provisions when he would renew t tit! at. '! ('ny! 17, and in wounded 2 S. The Mexican salutary moral efivct has been exercistd upon pays who live I to receive the of thei r Order. There was every demonstration of high respect commit the folly of duty not.
every under ,
? 1 troops gratitutde
tack that be had three times the! the Mexicans. prelribing
; won tuh.. General; \'nl.ltz was understood! to be among Their trdm are continually country. pays a brief but afiecting tribute for his memoryand his friends abroad will b ery emergency of "u. is left t. his
; hut that Gen. Taylor uch !d i bom0 the of I TJat owa
was a the non-combat- and
tu"hor I the! killed. The loss carrying news our poitbn
among to those gallant spirits who have gloriously gratified to learn that there was manifested a due i judgment, to b guided: by the laws of Bilious,
.1 ". Yankee that he did not knnow when he wic Las. been the increasing i numbers, and. struck b
: unfortunately: reatest.- : are confesseJIy .
wt. fallen in the battle, but whose .illustrious example appreciation of his worth and interesting career.Thus ,subject to the Constitution far of its
: whipped! (I'1 The number) of women and ctiiMren killed by the spectacle of a large of well.ap.1tointt'd < s a any p
Iudellheotcerofourann camp
( ; will remain for the benefit and admiration has gone one born to the highest rank in European visions have any connection with the
: looted fight, dmllil. 1 e is stated: to be a thousand.I .- and disciplined troops, accompanied slbjPt.mate
fnomous-H'r ofthe army, and a monument to the life, and fitted, in mind and attainments, fOr of his conduct. Wel'n he this
tim .Mexicans! got, knocked all the courage cut thiid! of Vera Cruz is sail to be in ruin*. by perfect security to their persons aid property a a.pl a* znilitaymeaure
I glory of our in the eyes of Europe. very honors. because the Constitution ba
ul tLem. Oftiie Mexican; I Ia in.toa'l ofthe ; Republic distingihe entr"tt hi*
r: I officers who were captured: impressment! anJ .pillage to I all those .
treats as as possipble inexperienced with an office to which the of
: : Vera Cruz, wen. five GI'Itras.-! h I which they an? subject! in their own country./ ; I dclcah'ly The Army-Gen. Taylor-Rumor.-WehaveTlo'further power t acting iut
From thf .\. O. Commercial Timt. tl'f' sodier! who ingloriously fled, to ways incident. is but doing what
i. teen Colonel! *, thirty-set Lt. Colonels, five For these reason our portion thus l far has: I certain intelligence from the army. At lat I comtriaJerjconstantly
he the
whom administers lesson of
do, and what the laws of
LATEST FROM BRAZOS. Majois. nineteen Captains, one hundredand ) I think, been tlt bct possiblo: ; but, now that to retrieve their future accounts Gen. Taylor was sid to be on his way to war &caelh
lt seeking reputation by have a right to do. What is
Licitferunts the entire will soon be concentrated! it I a free and communication between more i
eighty' : three hundred : I open uninterrupted w
S.f.VTlf .f.V.V.f JLV ,.\ 1SDE exertions on another ficlJ. It is impossibleto thin for an to levy contributions for
1110.1 i and thiiiy-inr.!I maJ,1 be &question: whether the views of Matamoros and Monterey. We find the following ]- army itsIPP?
'i, read the various descriptions of this
GE7frLOI OP f'Ji. rernar This is what the Mexican Tariff
". PCRSlIT I I&e'r.c.-'l'liis J officer govern ent will !Jw best carried out bv' our remaining in the X. O. Bulletin, of the 10th inst. toI
RE.1. LITTER OFF FOR tllJm'm young kable batll, where the of the commanding it is levying them in a much
;t TIE j is 5li He wilJO soon: released at this point.: II is with great defer (General in ski and Rwnorfrom .'falnmoo .-A gentleman,who left more maa.
: THE Ktc. seizing ground manccv, than i is
.1OC\.T.IL\.S it is it been once that I mike! on the 31st uit., informs us that a ner usual
? expected ; all nut for any suggestion' on topics :ftamor0 report 1
;.t tI. By the arrival here on Saturday, of thi* U.States fear lilJ\be would given some important information I I which: : become imtters: of delicate ring his troop ride with the chivalry of his eisted there. that Gen Ta\lCr's advance guard had This measure is but a milder species of warn
t.\l nogo-
transport schooner Sarah J*I. ; m\ men, without the deepest cmDtions.-Union. overtaken Urrea at the Tula Pas, and that they had: It weakens the and exhausts the
Captain I tiation but if power resources d I
in the
1 regarding the defences in the Castle ; oar government, settling a fi ht of and not
dridge, from BrazS the 2th till., we ".in' all ('Ih'. be would have: been restored to the I. juesion of boundary, makes tho line of the We; place!eVlhOllsde relance on particulars this story, and given none: the enemy, while it strengthens our own arny. Is 'i iI
Orders ) HEAD
three later QIMRTERS ,
: days' intelligence from our }ll"s 'lr'ict !before the !iee.ft Rio Grande an ultimatum, I cannot iJotibt that I! ; as to the location of fight, a no part of GeneralTators not this better than actual fighting ? If, by nek

; on the Kio Grande, and our gallant army. in 'I. the settlement will be greatly t fariliated: and No12. J ARMY OF OCCUPATION, force would. or could, without much previous measures, nor country can the tooter effect its pur

:. Ihe interior. .I ft.nttt fJir fjittiari/f? ('"uri.u Inril' h\'IIII., ,,..! .1.\-... hlr. IIinl' nf ..."'"i"-. ..,. ."t, 1... .f I Buena Vis'a! February 20, 1910. arrangement,.have followed to such distance. poses, is it not a measure highly to be commended?
It that Gen. determined 1. The conmnxidinggenera1; has the grateful nor had time enough eJap eil to nave cone so.
appears not GREAT Dll-TTL iN ; or two Mutable The commander who gains victories, and
leave Mexico. oct points on orq'reiearthat f task of congratulating his the We are rather disposed to credit the above. From sta
I to band
a predatory in the ale troops upon
single \ ) -- I IJ river. Our strength and state of the honor of his ccugrrj by such means, is
' j*.* "fthe Rio Grand to interrupt his communications (preparation brilliant success which attended; the in a gentleman \%ho arrived in the northern staee tbi,I sol
ERILIIAM! army in the
1lCTORY-OERlVJ1ELllC\ DEFEAT should! be tlipaJld! in a manner to be mis waging war more spirit of modern cit
p. I the conflicts of the 22d and 23J. Confident morning we learn that he Macon, i
has lel: the main body of his I through
.1.1rj OF TWO I taken. However be the efiect pa"e tion than he who can only effect the same
r r 1 T in position at .\gua Nueva, and,gone in tro'ls. J rIornD JEXICnS '. produced upon the salutiry may: by our in the immense superiority of numbers, and a New Orleans paper had just been received statin2 by the loss of thousands. of men .in bloody ojt. I
.1-: of Trrea. We have received this morning by the IJrdlrpcope presence stimulated by the presence of a distinguished that Gen. Taylor had overtaken Urrea at the Tub I bule
I II I here, ice are / to It is one way cf fighting the battles of his
: ': Santa Anna.-In reference to the 10"C.I teatner Colorado the following interesting imjireis the Meiico frntur ;j. lealer, the Mexican troops were yet repulsed i Pass, attacked him, driven him into the mountain: and Mr. Polk it for its simplicity CCn aad ta-
ments of Santa Anna, was received -I letter 'from our attentive St. Louis corre pon. I I gurcrnmcnl zith our I in every effort to force our lines, and finallywithelrew and taken prisoners his whole command. C nele* rrrer

.7. in Matamoros on infmntion, 2Gh ult., in a litter ; dent. I brings tidings of 'fresh triumphs of readiness to vindicate, b.I force of arms, if necessary with immense loss from the field. with his force had joined Uirea. Both officers:and manity. The people will say he is right. \
title to the the Rio
: ; from "Tula, March I lib," from a Mexican :, our arms : country at far as 2. The General would express his obligations their commands are taken prisoners. This news wa The >5ar-lta Causes, tc.
rande. of
: will in
I- omcer there, of santa Anna's arrival in San Sr. Lotis-March29, 1847. occupation to the officers and men engaged fur the believed at Macon, Geo. We have no papers frcm I We had begun to cheer ocrselvrs with tin Lop
a f few th\ be concentrated at this in
: Luis on tbe Sth tilt. He returned at th" bead. ,i Dear Sir :-We have this moment received point, cordial support which they rendered through. New Orleans later than the tOmb inst. that the Sentinel was inclined Dot to follow other
of a remnant of one of the divisions of the army i an express from Santa Fe. The Mexican in.surrectionit' condition lor vigorous and efficient service.- I. out the action. It will be his highest pride to whig papers,in their wholesale condemnation lbs

: with which be marched out to (;en. I j number 2.000 men, marched Mexico la'ing, a yet, made no positive dec. bring to the notice of the Governmet the conspicuous Mexican Tariff. Pfident. fcr his course in regard to the lexical o

:. Taylor-tbe remaining two attci bating :. down on Santa Ft as was intimated by our laration hostilities, 1 war do,not or feel committed liberty any, under overt act instruct of. gallantry of particular ofcer and Every day some new evidence i is furnished to prove war. I editorials on that subject hive herercfoti

: marched in directions where food mijilit be la.t advices They were met by Captain a my corps, whose unwavering more than that whig politicians are not governed by any fixed I been written with caution and unusual rldDj

; I procured for. the famishing soldiery. The w ri. I I Morris' command in the valley of Moro' and ion*,particularly mmemcnt to those the of Rio July Grande S, to makea without once saved tbe fortunes of tbe day. He would principles in their opposition to the present Admin. and these had induced u to think that it.lricl

;.r., I L _:-:r __.;r ,tL ,battle, and] retreat : .. %Ve .: TIT\LL\PKFEATKD A great number of the fnnar. irorn me,. .. u ,'also express his high satisfaction with the istration. They oppose it and denounce its measures were to b characterized bv. more liberality- ta.
I liuuruu a 1"" g.caler ...__ : enemy were killed and wounded and the auinonty nar Department. conduct ofthe small left
IUo ... rest command to hold Sal merely because their party duty requires such a manifested by its political bredrl. Cat we fear
engagement ever before fought in the flea jirfciMu| .j .L __. And.. he writes on the 4sh: February, 1816 :
I country, Our amaiiue 10 me ruovnauue tvm us rilln Though w"* rinusly engaged as course. Mr. Polk committed the unpardonable sin there i is not much reason to encourage this
of four lion was a most brilliant one on the of !I their comrades hop o
J upwards thousand were left the bat- part their services important .
on were of the
very accepting Presidency, which The
> produce a powerful effect and it be that was offered him OUI longest article Tuesday last
: tie field or died the our men, and reflects much credit on their ; may and : i< I
on the
.1 retreat- army was 'j coolness and the common navigation of the river.will not sufficiently rendere. While bestowing by the people of the United States and for this his nough to satisfy us that we were mistaken. U{oet

destitute of provisions of any kind, and! the courage. be disputed." this just tribute good conduct i to b held up to constant and bitter reproach.Xo .- the entire length against the President, condemning
: I were rendered ferocious j The new sol"the t assassination of Gov. Rent ofthe the General
1 Ider by their pri.j is confirmed. The import and intention of this are not to troops, deeply regrets to act he can do, no measure he can recommend, no every act, and placing him before the country CM
I other
7'I j rations and sufferings : disaffection is i ide Twenty.five Amercans that there were not a few
I \ fell! at the time. be mistaken. He says : say exceptions.- struggle to save and advance the honor of his country totally forgetful of the existence of our sacred COB-
spread throughout the ranks same He trusts that those who
and I
may say i I "Our thus far ingloriously to he can make no advice, whether of stitution. The .
position ( concluding sentence of the .tichsdemands
I I have time for further meaning Corpus opponent
I the under Santa Anna is j : no as' Buena Vista and
particulars Saltillo will seekan
army brokj j even to ,
I virtually ''the Colorado I Christi) has been the best possible ; but or friends, he can adopt, no energy he can display notice and refutation.
This letter also fetcamer by which I send this no\ I
en up. mentions the death of J to retriev their reputation andto
i is prej'uiring to shove out. that the }: TIRn FORCE trill soon be conccnlra- I opportunity} avails any thing to atone for this great offence of his The President declared the war.a it seems to th
citizens of this emulate
officers in the their comrades
e'erl place who
I i iMexican I' In baste, lCd, _it may well be a question whether the'ieW5 bravery life. Mr. Clay,the splendid "ofwbig Sentinel, in contravention of the constitution
army, who were killed in the late your, &c. bore the brunt of tIle battle, and sustained against w
batile. I To Mr. W. X. II.sLDIr.lN. \ (if government will be best carried out fearful odds the honor of the principles had ben nominated for President by the prosecutes it in the same way. After all the light

II by our remaining at this point. is with I flag. Baltimore Whig Convention, and this all that which has been thrown this of
was latebj
L: Gen. Taylor's. Actirity.-The old }hero arrived accounts which were received by the I The exultation of success is cbecked by the upon subject
$ la' great deference that I make any suggest ions was necessary, said these politicians. to ensure him discussion and by the between
t evening's mail in short correspondence
: article
; at Monterey tbe 9th uit., accomp.ir.i- a from the heavy sacrifice of life which it has cost, embracing C
f cd by the first Mississippians ( ) and theKentucky 1 Louisvilo! Courier, are confirmed by further on topirs which may become mater of deli I many officers of high and rare merit. the office, (they called it a mere formality;) and Taylor and the War Department cannot but it

rifes 1 accounts by this evening's western mail from cato negotiation ; but if our government, in there is nothing, which in their minds can extenuate gad this assertion to exceeding]
I He was pursuit of l"r. I While the sympathies of a b i-lime"
cavalry. country
: : I the t. Louis and thfl settling the! que'tion of boundary, makes the I the guilt of Mr. Polk in accepting the office as unfounded. it yet seems to the
: tea, as it sid, but had not left that city so : rno IndependenceHrposiinr. will be given to the bereaved families and \\l I S t
I I late as the 15th. The following letter which It Ihoanob"r defeat of the line ofthe Ro Grande. an ultimatum, I cannot friends of those who nobly fell!. their illustrious after this Convention had deigate another to b that tie President declared the war unconstitutionally

we take from tbe Flag of ihe 27th uit. contains )Ielict', (ihe insurgeu .) by a corps of Missouri doubt that settlement will be greatly facilitated example will remain for.the benefit and ad. its rightful occupant. we suppose, WA the we regret to think that we have little t. hops

I considerable information in regard to his volunteer! and hastened by our taking possession miration of the arm frt of the series of unconstitutional acts of which from its candor justice. Where does it find vj

.," whereabouts : at once of one or two suitable points on or By order of Major Generl Taylor. they accuse him. Nothing can be right after that. evidence to prove this, or to satisfy itself of its orrectness. '

". CAMAEGO, March 23, 1647. The Postmaster" General has issued a new quite near the river." U". W. S. BLISS, To take the place assigned by them to Mr. Clay was Surely it docs not take the assertions cf

4. : Friend Flag:-Capt. Ben. McCulloch- has: set of regulations in accordance with the laws Here General TaJJor's arguments come in Assistant Adjutant General. an act which must inevitably taint the whole of his I other papers, or of politicians, and rest contented

just arrived here having come in with a train relating to his Hepartment enacted at the recent direct, collision! with: those ofthe. whigs. Thy subsequent, conduct : an act they. are determined with them without further examination. Yates

: I from Monterey, leaving his command in sere session of Congress. The following are say that our taking possession ol one or two From Tampico.The neither to forget nor forgive. Hence their untiring cannot see how else it comes to the conclusion it bu

: = I ice with Gen. Taylor. I was fortunate e.i the most important of these new provisions: points on or quite near that river," brought on ship Remittance, Capt. Marshall, ar. zeal to oppose every obstacle in his way and 'heir announced. What did Mr. Polk say or do. that amounted i

l"I i I uough to be ;present when he delivered him 1. \eVSp'tpes arc to be rated with postage the war, and, consequently, delayed a settle rived yesterday morning from Tampico, hay. ardor in denouncing every measure of his Adminis to declaring war? Was the order directing

: ... and I send you my gleanings. Old Zack I except those received in exchange by ment of the boundary line ; whilst Gen. Tay. ing sailed on the 31st uit. We have by her tration.If the march from Corpus Christi to the Rio Crude t
t "' on this side the mountains, bunting up i Puill mahers. lor looked to that act as the means "greatly our letters and papers to the 27tb. this opposition were confined to measures grow i declaration of war ? The whig ought not to say to i

r; Urrera with a sharp ttick. The old hero is I 2. Transient newspapers crcularl&c., facilitating and hastening the setlement.-j'' Two companies of 1st InfantryunderCapts. ing out of the principles which divide the two parties they mean to b march was ordered

j I are to pay three cents i adrnce; and cannot ad\i it to be done at Gardenier and Plummer arrived at it would not under the advice of Santi
\vralhy at being assailed in his rear and having Tampi. b untpete or unwarrantable, General Taylor,sod if the -
,W his bread.carts demolished, and if he but j be received free by deputy postmasters under letter is dated October 4th, but the government co on the Palmetto, the 25 uit, and landed i made in a proper spirit. But it does not stop here. nel will read his letter on the subject, it will b

I : lays hands on the Mexican General will flay I their privileges. not being in haste to adopt the .Iu gestions" there. Capt Winder's company G, 1st Artillery Everything which is done though it may not have that the march was advised, not I a war measure,

t him alive. 3. Letters addressed to different persons of General Ta\Ior, he did not receive his or. arrived there on the 10th uit., with Lt's. the remotest connection with any of those principles, but a the surest means of preventing tear. Ucdcr
UrrerwidouLte8etecthi's. I cannot be enclosed in Jets to proceed to the Rio Grande till four '
: cape, for he w same envelope or or G ration and Seymour. but may be a mere matter of present expediency,suggested this advice the order was the Sentinel

: odds than old Zack.soner At the last accounts He'i he I package, under a penalty of 810, unless sent five months after he suggested and urged it, say A scout of sixty men, under command of by some unusual or unforeseen occurrence, is say that a march ordered ( gvni of preventing

'. was at Linaes making a straight shoot for to foreign countries. some time in the month of February. Lieut. Wyse, 3d Artillery, with one piece of denounce at once, and gives occasion for coarse imputations a war, was a declaration of pur war. Inot.tu

;, I the Pas. 4. Leth'rs newspapers, &c. under one But let us hear General Taylor further.He .- artillery and thirty Tennessee cavalry, under against the judgment of the President, and there is n evidence to sn> i it bold aerioo

;: The Kentucky Cavalry are here, bating ounce in weight, will go free to any person in I proceeds to say : OCR STREGTI AD01' command of Lieut. Ogier, Louisiana, were grave charges against his honesty. Nor i is this the Whatever others may tbixt, w*take it that a,ir

: .'r been sent down by Gen. Taylor as an the army in service during the war with STATE VAErAHiTiox sfiould be displayed in tojeave Tampico fbr.the country the evening worst. Such factious opposition even, might be of this sort is very caSeccatxc ia tke Sentinel. B
eor Mexico, and for three months thereafter. a manner not to be mistaken. Here we ofthe
.: to a train. They return I are 27th uit. All are on the alert at Tam. overlooked, if the tbat
accompanying i were confined to home affairs: but ing organ of Mr. Cb IU.it must believe o ,
immediatelj The other regulations relate too far from the frontier to the .
-. the Mississippi regirnenls i. entirely to the impress government pico, there appears little ground for the this is far from being the case. extends to all claim to lime Rio Graade w- tad. and should bate "
:1 of Infantry, who the .I franking privilege and to commissions. DepUty of Mexico with our readiness to vindicate apprehensions they seem to entertain of the acts and I .
proceed through by measures relating to our foreign affairs, and ben maintaine. That rratleexn when in
5. Postmasters arc allowed on letter force, necessary, our title the country Mexicans.The 1 CODg
of China.
4 way postage i Rio t i is particularly violent with reference to the management voted for a revenue collection district for wee
14. Captain Graham's company of Dragoons, : as far at (raldl. amount of money raised in Tampico of the war with Mexico. Texas which waste extend the: Rio Grande--
: Under In this he to
.s $100 per annum, 40 cent. evidently again takes ground in for the relief of Ihe Irish is 8649 79.
Capt Gray company of Rangers four or five Iletween per direct the We have strong instance of this in the course o:f Why this ole. unless that region was a part of the
,. 100 and -ou.() 3ll": opposition lo whigs. He was for
"1' companies Virginians, part of the Ohio and Between 400 and 2400, 30() going to lh" Uo Grande for the purpose of Correspondence of the .\" Y. Evening Pott.HCDSOX the whig press on the subject of a Tariff for Mexican United States? I a part of the United Stiles, .

:: part of the Kentucky regiments of infautrj Over 2100, 12 J impressing government of Mexico," by March 31, 1847. ports. Mr. Waddy Thompson wrote a ktter some it not the duty of the President fo protect it fro"

sent down here recently with the On letters a grand with AMTI.RENT OtTR.tGES.-This city is now time last winter recommending the measure and it invasion ? Then what nonsense to say that a mtrei
&c. distribution display, "
a office,? military our
all their reinestt
return Gen. is
now to
Taylor.Maj. On by force of great excitement on account another an. was published in whig papers with high commenda on our own soil was a declaration of Eh
I newspaper, pamphlets, tc. 50 vintcate arms our to
.." Che vail ie with three of Texas p. c.Canada. ti-rent
.I -- companies --.- ,' ., thought it tLe most certain. way of outrage which occurred to-day. Mr. tion. Nothin was said about such a Tariff benr Mr. Cabell's vote must b repudiated or the PK"

Rangers amounting to 280 men, arrived at I .-The New York Hcral seems preventing war ;C whiUt--they have-- always-- --J are Edward P. Cowles, one of our ctizen's, had unconstitutional or unwise. But what do these same dent must be admitted to bae'dont nothing imp ,

Clay Davis five miles from here, ,esterdaJ.Oue .- to think that the Canadas will no distant gued I hat the niarchingofa : force just been brought into town so bruised papers say when the measure comes to be adopted bya er 1 far a that march was concerned.

: company i h from San Antonio, command. I day, throw of Ft ho British rule, and adds : one of their town mltar taking opposite and mangled that his friends could not have democratic Administration ? Do they approve it ? What other evidence is there on this poiatJ- f

"- ed by Capt. Lane ; another from Red River .. The moral influence which the institutions sion rfa post there, was enough to provokeany poftses- identified him. Several others were also badly No. Do they suget any change of circumstanceswhich Nothing furthei was done by the President nntil tU I :

'Y.. county, commanded by Capt. Taylor ; and the I and natives of the United States, resident people to IwstittI and was the immedi. beaten. These men went with the Deputy would wrong now, any more than it news of the battles of the Sth and 9th May reacbed

., third from Tannin county, Capt. Adams. Two here, exercise, are, of themselves, sufficientso ate cause and only cause of the war. Sheriff arrest one ofthe Finkle'so! nota was last winter? No. What then ? Why, they Washington. Then be seat a message to Cong

f\*\ of those companies have suffered severely in I I, effect a change in people's minds, and they are right, ihen General Taylor is wrong I; rious in this county. Several similar out. first claim it a the measure of a whig but, upon second giving information of the battles.and

horse flesh, in the march through Texas. The i tliake. their confidence in monarchical governments but a they have professed to take the General rages have been recently commited in this thought, fearing that this will not serve theirpart3fpifrpOSCS. a recognition of war by the act of Mexico. He W

'*j. country from San: Antonio was found almost I j ; and when to this is added the mfx. exclusively into their own we leave county. La t week one man, with his sick they turn right round and assault not in this declare war; and we are curious toknc*

:. destitute of grass, and upwards of thirty ol : ed nature of the population, more especially of them to reconcile (heir keeping the best ivife and children, was turned out of his houseat President for having u"urpt extraordinary power th in whether the Sentinel regards hi'lhic a t **

their best animals died. As soon a other j tLower Canada, the wonder is, that the spirit way they can. It is sufficient for us to know, midnight, and himself tarred and feathered, adopting such a measure and thence repeat their oft- stitutional. I not, there i is nothing connected '.

: horses are procured Major Chevallie proceedswith revolution and rebellion has not found vent that, if they state the true cause of the war, by thirty or forty men in disgiss Two others told tale of his reckless disregard of thtConstituion. those events. to sustain its :assertion. Where tbe,

his. battalion to join Gen. Ta'Jor. The before this time. the first ,suggestion in favor of creating that were driven from the The came thing which was wise and right i the evidence ? We defy the Sentinel to produce*
Texans are springing to it with a will now, Tho following is a table of the populationof cause, came from General Taylor, and that same week. These are some ofthe fruits of when suggested by a whig, becomes immediately The charge against the President will apP*ar'tb

\v and wo may expect to hae a full regiment in Lower Canada : he regarded it as the most certain the GoternorY. I have not time to and wicked tbst
to parons. dangerous when rentembe
way proposed by a demo more when it i i. a
t. the service when Gen. lor his write ntnorina.
Tay commences more now to give his
;1 match San Luis.U Englishmen, 1,859 an impression upon the Mexicans favorable you a cratic President. What was white in a whigs head, he time previoos.be be was making ever! possible J
; on ofthe attrocious
t- Americans 11.940 to peace. It is also a satisfaction to know tor!: outrages committed- ,in is black in the bead of a democrat. What was fort! frst On nnfi"ti:.f.,.. .4kMfmtfMRt Of all c5

sine&c here have little the Mexicans to brag of m the way of bu.. Irishmen, 43,982Scotchmen : that though Gen. Taylor urged the movement mis county all preceding the uovernor proclamation wholesome nutriment when offered by a whig ispoison cullies with i Mexico i ; and still more-; traordii>*Uwhen
hut eelduiii
; venture in were made :known to him.
13,393 Rio Grande with considerable force and when offered by a Such is the re- it is known that Mexico directed '
t' but wo are living in hopes of a brink Canadians by affidavits, before the pardons were issued demort. ; hen1 W
% (natives,) 52-,307 ability,the government was slow in adopt. diculous folly to which men are driven by their Generals to begin hostilities befcre Mr. Play
I f trade, as soon a old Zack has established good r and to continue that history down to this last pre
and ing his suggestions, and that, Mr. Polk deserves determine Their laws are nigid thing which could have been known t.
order quiet throughout the event. Politics here oppitio. party 1
country Total keep evey thing in the
l(,j FELIX. 690,782 any censure for it, Gen. Taylor must dark on this subject, and have ; that they even afrid to approve,yea,are con- government, that is alledged by his
we no hopes of opp
Seven-eighths of tbe Englishmen are un. come in for tbe largest share of it. trained to denounce, what before they commended have been a declaration of war. As
; JVaN Daer.-ur gallant tars worked subjects, and so are, perhaps We allude to these things not for the any protection from our laws or our autbori. the**.
to favorable ,and
11 f Oi tbe twelve Mexr' doubtedlyloy pur. ties. consideration. I it any wonder that again again, Mexico declared bn
Yours In
{can batteries surrounding, tbe city, fire were Sotch. On tbe other hand, po of censuring General Taylor, but to acquaint loch men deprecate the cause of their country when and it i against tbat ,.llthis whig ,ho"upnde

''' directed at them wilboat the least cf. seven-eighths Canadians, seren- the public with all the facts relative to WJiilc-icashing is said that a pint of ; she is engaged in war with a foreign power? I it and against our country's Pe.Ptrotism
11if having eighths of the Irish the whole of the Araeri. the and the of it. Sub. mixed with n
( feel I never for an instant, slackened their present war, origin rrnisb a bucket of white.wub any wonder that they pursue a course which gives would seem to advise this.

if I Ij K fjre.; hey It was manned by 150 seamen, and cans, and the remaining two-eighths of theEngl.h sequent to the letter from which we make the it in a degree the qualtie. 1.;....'......I.,.,,....m.l .-. ....... '.':..b'---,1.a 1.. _51..oll.;..5.--* Df
and .
L I' commanded flveor six officers, the Scotch, desire a change tbat above eltrc several others were nddreuedtothe and it will withstand al kind weatbet.A. .- Surely these whig politicians hare nearly run their tio of tbe war, which i in contravention o
; 'old mke them independent of the % and in all of them heat this is the
\ being relieved hours from entirely Department, whitewashing, a ebth in folly* They cannot go much farther-their Constitution, we have jet to learn what it i

th* $ 'lladron. every {f'i twenty-four mother country, an prbap constit tie theman the government that no attack was to knowledge of the above may b some usa patriotism, which has been well nigh smothered in we have shown in another article thelevjial81111

r ; integral portion Unid Statei.'' b fered from the Mexicans, and, cnaquent. to our readers. the fumes of faction, most draw them back to the for military purposes in Me iu ports nnDI.C



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lOch.- .. act. Nor do we know of any other TALLAHASSEE COTTON MARKET.We UNITED STATES ARMY. NEW SPRING GOODS. Wae I freed. .,,. .

.dt obnoxioui; to the cbarge. We fear' that reckless have by private advices this morning,the arrival A GOD Washer ln. Apply at this O-I inn M- fo sale at 01 25.

of accusation i it even more alarming. t an col. of the steamer. which reports a decline in Liver Recruiting Service. Grind OpfilBj of Fu&iontMe Dry Goo : f nl 1.t7. 1UU perboshel.gnuin. .

looinew jaM in reford to the Constitution fore tee no pool of half penny per pound with small sales.- WANTED for the UNITED STATES ARMY. JUST rrc.iv d per Brig Gen. Wilson, consisting of MORE NEW GOODS. I BIRCHE t LISDEBEGE

evidence of the latter. white nothing i is The effect! on New York market is not learned but BODIEDMENbetweenthe.gegoflsand J aU vantiesof fabrics fo Ladies D.Bonnet. April 10. 1S7. 3

wbere any than the former. must materially depress pices. But very little offering 35 ,years, being above :feet 3 inches high & Ribbons and Flowers of all nrieie. -
pore conspicuous! and frequent good character, and ol respectable standing amongtheir ) Barrege Sal and Sarf., HOPKINS t MEGINN1SSA II IceHoUe.THE

"Dou.A NrnrtrArE*."-This is one of. in our own market that has been selling from 9 fellow-citizens. None need apply to enter A full or Hoisery,Glo..e Mitts, &.C., RE now receiving the balance of their Sring tt .uo near the Depot will be rpen every

Tnr Philadel to 10 cent. the srvie. but those who are determined to scrte Sun Shade Parasoletts,Fans. ,.i YStock,among are a variety of new ( from G to 1 o'clock, after the 1st o| '
the very best weekly papers, published at i faithfully, the pE'rio of their enlistment Also, Men I Bys Panama v5bom. and Palm- of dress goods ; with a large and extensive stock of Arr-pric of Ice. 4 seats per pund.t the Ice. I

pbia. Its money articles are ably and impartially To the Citizens of Tallahassee.In viz : .during tht tl" ttl Mexico, or fort leaf lsts. a Clothing. all kinds of Staple and Dry Goods. that hotir there will kept at J, :.
written. The Pans corresponcent is not only a |>olitical compliance with an ordinance cf this city I term.of./Sreyrar/ I t the 'may elect. for .1. for cash by the lubsribr. corner or HAT R. Fortune' Store during the balance of the day at
and Monroe and :'efferson streets, Store in and beautiful 6 cents per pound. are i issued ( fix
but a tru Iriend to the masse philosopher goons when rrrfn on foot. Monticello. Please call and examine the stock.L. article. of Ice, which can b mit J R. Fortune's
and clearly shows the growing sentiment of Repuhlicanism Quarterly Report for the quarter ending: on Sergjt Major,Rff Sergeant, Chief Musician &H GRF.ENBERG &CO. BOOTS AND Those wishing will nye much .SO
the 31st ult. the and SHOE.Ldie .
in the Old World. The Dollar" i is a welcome !- during said ,exhibting; receipts expenditures aid Chief Bugler, each : per month, gl7- April 3, f47. 47 ,' Philadelphia made Sho nE'r descrip kin change by E'tinl tickets and tending them for

risiter. costing but ?1 per' annum for a single: quarter.JAMES: KIRKSEY Intendant. per annum S2<>4-for5>ears, }?J,2. ( Genteman'l Patent Leather D'Orsay Gai. quantity of Ic they wish to 'It. at na credit
First of 300 Pieces Calico. STOCK of other be given. April 10. 35
from its cheapness, and the Jare. Tallahassee. April 1, l"t7. Sergeant a Company,per month#10-per ten; kind /
numberAside annum, SI'J2-for 5.ears,900.Ordnance SPRING and Summer Prints, choice patterns, jOlt of SHOES and
amount of instructive matter it contained in its colnans Treasurer's Jilt Quarter's Report for 1847. Sergeants per month $IS.-per an. and for sale by FUR"nTE Jut Received.

we recommend it to every person desirous num. $216-for 5 ears, $'l0SO. L &H. GREENBERG &CO. COPIES SACRED HARPS.
Corporation of Tallahassee in account with Tho's. April 3, IS 17. 47 500
other Sergeants Marble Bureaus
ofjiaving. a good family paper. Barnard Treasurer. '1 p. mo., $ -p. ann.$156for Top 100 Southern Harmony
$7>0. Marble Top
years Wah-tands.
: HU" Harmoni.f,
The Sulphur SpringsAT 1547. DR. Corpont per month, $ -per annum, $10S-for Staple and Domestic Goods. Marble Top Centre Tables, Napoleon and his Marshall.
Good money. Scrip. 5 years, GENERAL assortment just received and for sale Bedsteads leadlE'Y'1

NEW-PORT, ON THE ST. MARES RIVHRJlfcsr Jan. 6. To am't paid T. Hacner r S.t.'Rul per month $8-per annum $96-for : A by L. &H. GREENBERG &CO. a great Warcrob.RoJI G.and other CHAIRs-some Lrdner's. ,Icure. complete Reader in two v"lume.

com. for collecting in case of S4SO.Musicians. April, 147. new and handsome with a general variety of Grctk
Editors :-Having recently visited I years patters ; Frost's American Speaker, FlorV Interpreter
City vs. Post 13 0) per month. $S-per annum, $9r.-for I Grocery,Hard-wart, and Iron-ware. Carmine .
named and received inealciT.able : CorcC Saucer,superior Ink,
the above Springs 11. Paid S. S. Siblev; for Print. I years, $150.Farriers I Groceries. Tallahassee, April 3, 4t 37. Ind..lible
benefit from their virtues, I feel it a inz. 10 and ac-k.milhq. per month $11-per : FULL assortment jut received and for sale by 157. Jardwuf Paper. "c.. for P sle I
duty to communicate through your' paper 23. Paid J. Wilson )Marshal 001 annum 132-for 5 >ears, $
(with permission) to the people' of Florida. com on fines. ( Artificers- per month $11-per annum, 132-for April .1, 1. ?. 37 magistrate' Court.rpHE .
March 4. To am'l pd R. A. Shine
5 sears
of the benefits that be expected $ >l. receiving per Brig Gen. Wilson from New Justices; of' the Second District Leon Conntv.L .
some may for brick work on the Market Privates, per month, $.-per annum, $S4-for 5 Ice Cream Freezers. NOW .
,the viz will hold their Court the .
: next second Monday
visit to them. The water seems to he House. HO 00 following .-
from a I years M2O. SALE at the TIN SHOP. Ice Cream Freezers,

exactly the same, in color' and taste, as the 27. To amt paid J. G. Padrick Pay of Draxoon and Rimm. \,chen mounted.Seraeant FOR various .izN. Also, Tin Tub, to set the Orlandi"Printed Lawns. l hln.inpril. Sherwood Return and day.Robert, 2nd April, are John the
for wood work on Market Major, Sergeant, Chief r\ < in, which takes a less quantity ot ice than
with this that the formf Czr Ginghfcm Lawn.
Suwannee, exception, officers of Court. Under an arrangementof I
House, three orders Musician and Chief Busier each the wooden tubs.Tallshassee .
per month, $17-
Scarfs and Shawls
teems to be more strongly impregnated will 31. To amt on hand this day, 333 001 103 45 the Muiltrte'l. there will be but one colKtin
per annum, $' --for !:years, $1020. April 3, lSll.. 37 Bonnets and Bonnet Ribbons docket, which will be under the direction a majnrityoftheunderigned C
Sulphur. There are some interesting case First of a Company month
Silk and Gloves
I $GW 25 $103 -15CR.: &rlf'ant $1G List or Letters Mils Justices. Each officer will
oftbe medical of tho NewPort 2-for 5 'ears, 59).
reported properties per Grass &.c &('.,for sale by be held responsible for the papers put in his hands
Springs, in curing cases of ulceration, Serceants, per month, $13-perann'imI5G-for REMAINING in the Post Office, at Tallahassee, LLOYD .t FLAGG. I for collection. Office, for the present,at the Court

long-standing sores, scrofula, rheumatism &c. 1".17 :years, $750.Corporals I. 1517 : April, 1917. 37 5t House.
Good money. Scrip. per month, $10-per annum,$120-for Ash.ChsrleaC Levy Almon C. J. P. I
Of these I have no personal experience! but Jan. 1. By amount on hand. C17 Sl' 42 SS; :years!, (.00.Buglersper. Siia D Staple Uoods. E. B. RTLF. J. P.

as a cure for diopepsia, and chronic inflama- C. By amt received of T. Hag- 11 month $0)per annum, $IOS-for : Alen.:111. William Lenard.Ll'vy.Ure .A 1 f\ BALES COTTON OSNABURGSJ EDWD. M. WEST, J. P.

tion of the bowels, we can speak:[ from cxpe- npr, collected in Post case, CO S7 years, $540.Farriers- John Leonard W B 2 \ S Shirtings, April 3, 1547. 37
23. Bv amt of fine collected ofCar'ter. and ackmilh.l'er month, $11- annum
rience, and recommend particularly, persons per Austin, Joseph Mixon. John 2" Sheetines,
troubled with these diseases to give the Sulphur !. S 13 $132-for :,'elf fwo. IJetton. Charles F Mitchell William 2" Brown Drill, for sale by Distribution of Fire Fund.
<< 25. By amt of fine collected of Privates, per month $"-per annum -for : Barber Mrs Martha Michon, Rev M M LLOYD FLAGG. BY an interlocutory decree of hi* honor Thomas
Springs at New Port a trial. There is Romaczi s i:} years, .ft4-. elant[! > Burton Mou'luire.rthur April 3, *-1. 37 5t& Jud. e of the Midd'.e: Circuit in the
one Bath House connected with the Springs, 2G. By amt received of T. J. Per. A bounty of TWELVE DOLLARS will he paidto Butler. \ liam Mays Hon D H matter in Chancery i iQ Leon Circuit Court.The City -I S

and another in state erection. It is quitea kin, being a subscription tor each recruit enlisted \\ie.1rtillery.\ Infantryor Uennit, Mr Morris, Gideon F Nails, .tc. of Tallahassee J. B. Bullet al. Trut'r. it havinz f

day's trip from New Port to Jhe building the Market (55; On mounted regiments : Alan, ONE Ht' fRT AND Bradley, Capt R J Maddux, D.'idBulks.n KEGS NAILS, ben referred to me tv enquire into arid aster *
pleasant SIxTY ACRES OF LAKi, or $1(, on being honorably [ Mr Manning, John 75 Trace Chains loin, as near as may be, tl persons who may le appropriate
Bay and back, giving sufficient time to enjoy lj9! :23I03!: :; 15 disrharced. the ,
Blake. Dr Robert W Miles Prof Pliny Collins and Simmons' Axes, objects" accordili0 design and ,
every thing thereabout. unusual to highlander -Be idl'! the monthly pay, as abuse stated, one Bsker.; (apt Hiram 3 Stiles Kbcn: F Just received and for sale by IIIOI of the dcorl. and to report the saute, I
117. April 1hvamountm, hand, 115 f.ll03| 45 ration per day is allowed eery soldier which is Bird, Ca;>t Daniel 2 Mills, Win LLOYD &FLAGG. with the amount to which they may be respectively

The Suwannee Springs arc subject to in- E. E. THOMVS I BMtNMlD.! Treasurer. amplv sufficient for his sih'istcnee-aIso, ;large arry lull.!,Thomas S Montnwa.Min! Cornelia Arril :. I OH. 37 r ttillfo thtfund"orillut:. 1'\ow.lhre i
"". rnmfortalili- "phl..1 .I"lhmf l'.mquarters *\ \
-=-=--- "tnr 5am Elizabeth McKinney, John persons an "t.rtt
undation, while those of :New Port are not --- ; fiu-I;; all i time1 i 'f furnished ;nd' I I'll.llrs Flour.BARRELS .
New Store and New Goods, and are at ? ; every te.ill! 1rCIII"ter. Gona a sufferers by the fire in Tallahassee. on 23th Slav,
attended with this difficulty. attention wi be paid to nuking; those men who (' llr", a Rochester Flour for sale by 1"43,are hereby notified refpiireUtoprewnt their
The health of New Port during the last In thf Farce brick nlijirr, on the corner of Monroe maj enlist are d'rminf-to Serve their connIn I Csrni.twl| ; John 1'11 Mclntiwh\ lenry, 30 LLOYD i. FLAGG. claim to me, tilwi thirty d, few !; date, 4 C

summer, one of the most sickly! we have ever and .AlrC'nrthYlltrf'"lll."tnreanlueovt/ie opposite Court E.ami.Yew liarnarj'fDrus 'in good faith, comfortaMe and contented with Coleman. Rhenezer ntoll. Henry L 2 April 3, I'17. 37 5t vrben I shall proceed to execute said. interlocutory I t
their situation. The best medical' attendance is al-! Calhoun. Col John C McIntynDr G 0 3 decree.
had wan remarkably good. Marltft Jlnufr trill It found wa.< ptvitr for the sick soldiers; and no deduction Cnwarl, Mrs Harriet Markham; William 4 For sale by Lloyd & Flap}?, It will be proper that each claim ebibit-l. The )

There is quite a respectable: Hotel in the A 1.KXEK4L ASSORTMENT: OK pay i.made durine the period he is un..hle! Cnluxn. James 1'\.horp.lr'Maliuda. 0 1 rv BARRELS 1S3K Whiskey (Winchester) character and extent of the loss; 2. Thesitnation to i

place, and as accommodating a host as we Fancy, Silk and Staple Dry Goods, : to i erform his duty. Should the soldier be disabled )avis. Wm G M rltrton. L\J 2 Pipt Brandy which the claimant was reduced by such loss; 3. The *
in the line of his duty, the laws provide a pensionfor amount already received from fund for
A 2 Jesse 2 Case Claret Wine
hara ever met with. The country round Bonnets Hats., Hoots and Shoes. Hardware, Dtsal, Mlm. ; (ontribule
him. > Robert 0 London Porter, quarts and pints, the relief of the sufferers; a"d. 4. proofs bywhich )
about is full of and the waters well Wood. \\"illnCrO'kt'f\ and Stone Ware orsey, Olinr. Rohet Casks! Te I
game By the above it i is seen that the pay and allowances these can be .
Glass Ware, Groceries:& r., FJlM, Joseph C C 2 O'Connell. John 1 Cask Jamaica Rum !"erllacls apl.ear.m'"J.
stocked with fowl, and fish, and oysters. Few are respectable and that, with prudence and Earliy. John L Pace.CaptGT 2 April 3. 1SI7. 37 5t V. .
places are attended with all these advantages READY MADC CI.OTIIIXC, economy, the monthly pay of the soldier may he laid Qol Patterson, Andrew Master in Chancery.. 1'
to the invalid or We recommendall CONSISTING or THE FOIAMWINGLadies' : ip-as every thiug requisite for his comfort and convenience I Fverit Aum, Mhthaj Patterson, Alexander"reeman. .Just ReceivedAND Tallahassee, March 27, l17.. 3G( 3t 4
sportsman. is furnished by the Government, including FOR SALE BY LLOYD FLAGG CO-: Sentinel and Journal It
these : Bariese and Mu"lms, in dress patterns! Job P.tl'uon. John & copy.
invalids at least, to give Springs a
Tarlton, Organdee arid Painted Muslins, his suzar: and roflee. The prudent !soldier therefore Fryer, John Iortl'r. 3 Loaf Sugar Crushed Sugar. I .
trial, and doubt no: but thai many will be rewarded Book, Mull Si i is,. and Jjcom-t do.. may readily save from $I2O' to 8112') > during his Floyd, Benjamin Charles Powdered do. Soap and Starch, SULPHUR SPRING. F

with good health and fine appetites Plain barred and stripe Cambrics, enlistment ol Five year* ; and at expiration of FraWr. Philip 2 Philip! Geo W C.ntle'and Oil, 10 boxes scaled Herring NEWPORT, WAKULLA COUNTY, FLORIDA.
White and black Tarlton 1\Iu..lln, the term he can, Ifhe chooses, purchase a small John Thomas Coffee, Laguira Coffee
(or their trouble and expense. : Ferguson, Prftoll. Jav 'J ribr.ou1d most respectfully 1
PHILO lIvDRoscLriirnic.Alonticello Black Crape, black Rarii-ge! farm in any of the weter States and there .tlt. Freeman, William Pope, Barton CI'.lrr Rio do. Choice chewing Tohaccoes. .TJIHE hi; the public that
Green Barieee.: Black Lace and Love Veils bim"el comfortably on his own land, for the rest of W A Royce Benjamin I April 3, II-1. 37 5t .he still occupies the WAKULLA- HOTEL.and .
Fla. Ginghams, fane and solid colours, )i. GeddteV Alexander Russell! lon C 3 is prepared to accommodate all who desire
Shawls The sum of TWO DOLLAR will be paid to any Russell F Boots, Shoes, and Leather,
Bariege and Muslin embroidered G tno, Francis se to test the virtues of Sulphur Water during'the en- *
From the X. Y. Henild, April 8. Do. and Silk Scarfs. CITIZEN, non-commixsioned officer or soldier, who Graham, Divid Randall, Phinoas B O hand and made to order,cheaper than ever suing season. jf

TWO DAYS LiTER FROM EUROPE Farcy silk Handkerchiefs shal brine to the rendt\'o'J an able bodied recruit, Granm, II C Ro'illiaeJohn G before offered in this city. Call and see, and A convenient bath-houe was built over one of our
Linen shall be rejrularly enlisted. The citizen should Shine James F we will satisfy that home manufactures are the
Cambric I Harmon you
Geiger, springs last year; and *.other house (for the accommodation -
The fine packet ship Liberty, Capt.or. Do. do. Hdkfs plain hem-stitched and resent his recruit to the Lieutenant or Captain and Grei n, Enoch 2 Sheeley Mrs M J cheapest. The attention of Planters is invited ton of the Ladies) will be erected during the 4
arrived off Sandy Hook yesterday after. not to the Recruiting Sergeants.: article of Shoes for dollar
ton, embroidered, Grant John Shea, Mrs Maria i very superior Negro one Spring. 11I.
noon. Our special messenger immediately Black and fancy coloured Kid Gloves' 1st Lieut. R. S HAYWARD. Grant, Mn Harriet Smith, William m. I made of the best tnatei ials and warranted not to rip, These Baths can used at all limes, are never
Silk metalic: velvet Work P.kets Officer. Smith Levi B i Prices[ for other kinds of work will found to correspond b
boarded her, and transmitted her news to the a Rtruilinl or Augustus b overflowed, and the properties of the water are as
white and coloured silk RECRUITING RENDEZVOUS, S Repairs of Boots and Saddles and
office. Black fancy Mitts Ghent, John Starkweather beneficial to invalids as those of any sulphur
New York Herald White and black tist silk Gloves Talaha"see. April !I, 1'17.Executor's ) Hook, Jesse 2 Stockley, John B Hares, at short notice. Harness of every quality in the State. It is not deemed necessary. here spring

She! sailed from Liverpool on Monday, the Lisle Edsmg: .. :, Muslin Edgings and Inserting, Helm, Joseph &Henry 3 Shavers, William made to order. cases or give certificates from visitors who have tried
f th ult. Black silk Lace 1 to S in. \\Ide. Notice. Hal W E Spear Dr Thomas B WM. H. AI'MILLAN. them.

The news brought by the Liberty is impor.tant Thread and Bobbin Edging and Laces ALL persons who have any demands against the Elizabeth 0 3 Spencer Samuel J Quincy April 3, IS-17.- 37 In addition to the usual fare at country Taverns,

only in a commercial point of view.It Parasols, Paraslletl. and Stt-shadl of George E. Weaver, deceased, will Horror David Scott.Rer James D 3 the Wakulla Hotel will b regularly supplied with
China, fancy Muslin Bonnets, please prsent them without del', to Houston, John Sll'lh.l, Ch CABINET MAKING. Green Turtle Fish and Oystl'T and every attention
of than 5-
is said that larger breadths grain Misses China and do. do. do., ('lAS. WELLS and Harley, John D Jacob paid to the comfort of visitors.To .

heretofore! are sown upon the more extensive Bonnet rOWt'r and Ribbons, S. MALLORY hinds, Ir George Stone Bonapart gentlemen fond of hunting and fishing, this
farms in Ireland. The small holdings are, assorted Executors.Key Harris Thomas Sumpter, John L DAMON 6 LYNCH, neighborhood affords an unfailing supply H game and

however almost wholly neglected, the FanC coluurt veUet Neck Ribbons West. April 10, 1M7. 3 St lulilJay. Seymour Tanner. Mrs Ann bought the entire stock and interest of fish ; and to parents wishing to bring their children"ere
pea. .. _. ..
A ;' ;lr 1" Charll 1 Tabor Washington Wienker in the Cabinet Shop, are there is a good school and divine service every
santry not having the means to purchase seed. White:brown: blue, and: slate col'd ditto, SPRING GOODS. Huzln, Miss Thomas, RichardtHile prepared to do all kinds of work in that line, and Sabbath day.

Misie white and brown di. do., Dr John B Tucker Hezekiah hope the patronage heretofore given to the shop will The subscriber has good stables for Heroes,and at-
The 3flssissippi.-The Vicksbu g Sentinel, Feather) and paper painted Fans BETTOX & HlfifIS Aaron M 2 Taylor, Wm Nhiovic be continued. Their experience in the business 'entive servant

of a late date, has the following :-" The Pink white scarlet, straw t and blue Florence, John J Taylor, Wm WHarrill warrants them in saying they can give satisfaction. W. G. DAUGHTERY.

river at this point is said to be within ten inches Long Lawn, Irish Linen Linen Sheeting, ."A RE selection,rerfiving of Spring per and Gen.Summer Wilson, an, viz elegant: Su-wna Ulmer, Joseph A They execute their woik well, and are willing to dispose -. Newport, Forida. March 22, IS-. 30 I.
Linen TaMe. d'ma"k. Goo Hunter, Lewis Vtln.George W of it on as reasonable terms as any other workmen
of its rise in 1844 and it is still French Bc-razea: J
highest W. M'KIXXEV
Linen Dowlas Walker Edward
Linen Napkins. Jird's.t'''e Diaper bras, J \ in the State. RUSSEIL
slowly rising. At other points we near that Russia Diaper Cr.h Huckethack Towelng. Satin. stmif <]". Johnson, Mrs Polly "WeUraon A March 20, bl. 3: .

it is higher than in '11. As y.'t the levees f to 12-4 brown and bleached Cot. Shetillt, Rich Olbne do. Johnson H J R Williams, William flAYING taken Rooms at Banner House,"Mon-
Lave stood remarkably well), and the Col'd Cambrics, white and brown lo1ldnd. Plain and Pl.i.. mack do. Johnson Allen G 2 Williams W T For Sale.A Fla., very res-iectfnlly tenders his er-
swampsare Alpicka. Bombazine, '\'ehct. blck Plain :Ioc. Blue and Pink dl Jerkin Zachanah Willis, E C FARM situated about two and a hal miles wet vices to those who desire faithful and accurate Likenesses -
free from overflow. But we hear accounts Black Balzarines and
colored Marqucse, Watterson, John W of themselves friends,which be trans
Dress and Furniture ( lc( s. Jones, Miss Martha .XI. of Madis-jn Court House It of lour or : wi
from waters above nfticicnt! to justify Cruel t>f number !lades, Printed Muslins and Lawns, JernegonCapt Aaron White Elijah eighths of first qualify of pine land.about IW acres mife to posterity indellible ff the past. ,' i

the worst apprehensions of an overflow. All Tap Needles !/ Fancy Binding, Colored Tarllon l1'hlin., Keith James J : Wolf, William 2 opened well watered with excellent springs, anda Likene"e are warranted to please. Price $30. 2

the rivers above are eith-r full or rising, andiftlle \'uiou.liod fancy silk Trimmings Plain Do do do R"b Kelley, Samuel. WiUon, Albert G comfortable dwelling house. The outbuildings are Monticello. March 27, 147.- 3rt > I
White, brown fancy coloured Linensfor mens' Killen. John Walker, IonaldionKin all new, the barn and gin-bouse spacious and com
imtil Received.
stage of water here i i4 maintained Oreandic Muslins. I
wear Smith D Walon.Thoma modious. There is on the tract a superior orchardof
the new freshets come down, an overflow of Fancy coloured Cotton Swiss, Book and Mull do I.ok\oo.! W F J J Peaches, Figs, &.c.; also a young vineyard, which ONE dozen. JBaj ley's new patent gold pen in ex,

the whole bottom is clearly inevitable. The MOlnilS Lawns and Ginghams LewU, F WardWmn D the last year produced from 33 to 40 bushels of fine cases, *
.f Pretty and Fancy Assortment I'.erage Shawls, dozen Washington Gold Pens 5
destruction and distress that would follow such Lewis, William J \\.1l'ron. John zrapes. Its character for health is unquestionable.Apply 1 *
JVIcn Ready Made Clothing. Black do do Mansel D W H C the Steel Beads, Purse Rings, and Tassels,
Lynch. "r. I to the Editor of the Floridian or on premise .
a calamity are almost inconceivable. Superior Silk Scarfs, i Steel for Bags,
above letters 5
HATS, UMBRELLAS: i.c. ; IVrsoncallinz for any of the to W. C. MILLER Clsp
Black E'.erarze do advertised.MILES. Purses, &c.,Gold Thimble. f
The Prince Royal! of Madaaa icar, son of Patent. and C.l Boots, sewed and pecged, L.dll White and Colored superior Kid Gloves, will please say they are NASH P M January 9. ISt. 2: Gold Studs, a great variety,. of silver Head Orea-

the persecuting pagan Queen of.that Island, issaid Calf B/otel. do. do. do. tin do do do Silk do ( By late regulation of the Post Ofhce lw. all JEFFERSON COUNTY ments. Picture Frames, with glass
Fashionable heaver and T'gbor Uats, Silk and Gingham Unibrtllas.Para..l Elastic Bill-holders. Gold Silver and
must be pre-pdid, Perrorte
have been converted Christianitv. Sale.
to to newspapers Tax
lfM' and BoV Palm ', a &P"uiolt Bonnet Ribbons assorted, each otherwise cannot be forwarded. Colector's Papers, 20 gross assorted new Pens. Gilots. .
Ginghams and Silk Umbrellas. Sun Shades' 3, 17.they 37 3t BY virtue of authority rested in me by law, I Also, Tanner new Map of ''a
Hard Ware.Mill White and Black Silk Hoe, expose for sale: before the Court House Florida, *

OIJITUAIt\ cross-cut, hand. key. tenant and wood Saws Slate, Black,White and Mi1t1Ioe and half hose, Worms Worm Worms door in Monticello. Jefferson County, on the .. Texas ,
Died, on Thursday the litL:) instant at his residence First Monday in July n-xt, Son Arlor. f
Augers,files,chisel braces,with. bits astort'd, Irish Linens, childhood, and the certain The Adopted Wemjes j
bane ol
in Jefferson County PalaCE CHARLES Kuob, pUte, stock, ant pad, trunk, cu'st. cupboard Brown Linen Drillings, TiE dangerous di.ea es, if allowed precursor to remain the following property. or so much thereof as will The Quarter Race in Kentucky, Ghost Stories.The .
LOUIS NAPOLEON ACHILJLE MURAT son of IKH, horse and till Locks, as.ort.d. do do and Cotton Drillings, many in the human: in treat numbers. pay the State and County Taxes due thereon for the Divorced, Peter the Brigand
JOACHIM and CAROLINE HOXAPARTE Mr Pocket and table Knives, shoe and butcher'do.. Table Oama.kt and Napkins. long; system .fear 1 IS46 : Temptation and Atonement Battle cf Life, by
RAT Carving Knives and Forks, Huckaback Towelinzs, Thousands of Children die annually from N E I, Sec 32, and N W i. S 33, and W i of N Dickens, St. Giles and St. James Daniel Denison,
Kiag and Queen of Naples, a!!;fed fort. -.ix 'earilwo RAZORS-Few left of Old Rough aud Ready Razor Scotch Diaper Linen Dowlas, Worms E 4, Sec 33. T 1. R 4, Nand E.purporting to be- : Midnight Bell,Syhandre.Acte of Corinth by Dumas -

months and twenty-five days i Straps, White, Brown and Black Holland Scotch Diaper The season is now close at hand when they become i long to Duncan M. Quarles. ,Fortescne, Sheldan Knowle.
DIED in this city on Wednesday+ night last Mr. German silver table and lea, Britannia table and Bird Eve do., colored Table and Piano Covers mOt troublesome to children.Dr. I WiN W 4. Sec 15, T 2, R 4, N &E owner not Roman Traitor,by H. W. Hebert, Comic Wandering -

tea, and iron table and tea Spoons Fancy fruits, Democratic do., Furniture do I cnown. Jew Lucietia. Beanchamp. &.c.
WCNROETUCKER! formerlvof. Nash county North Box coffee and corn Mills, Brass preserve Kettles, Italian and Fancy Cravats, Woodruff's Worm Specific Lot No. 3, frac S 21, T 2,R 4, N &E. S acres. SCHOOL BOOKS. I

Carolina. : Log. fifth, trace, halter and doc: Chains, Vienna do I a safe and efficient remedy for Worms. Try it.- 2, *. 2t.T2.R4.N&E.SO Clark's Music Primer Boyd'a Rhetoric.

The death of Mr. Tucker ;vvas caused by a fall Wrought iron Grid-irons, Waffle and Maddrass do I is !good a* the best, and cheap a" the cheapest. lt 2IT2.R4N&.E,60 Ainsworth's Latin Dictionary. Bennett's' Bookkeeping .
Collins' No. 1 Axes, Steel Trap, Gingham do Mr. Joseph Shipley, of Muscogee Co.. Ga., says it 5, 21.T2.R4N &. E,49.50a's. ,Hunter's abridged Piano Instrucor.
from the eves of a two story 'jionse producing rupture Ames' and long and short-handle Shovels, Silk and Pongee Handkerchiefs brought away 200 Worms from a negro child, belonging lf 22T2R4N&.Elt5aer's. Blair's Lectures, Flute Instructor, Rea
of the left kidney laceration of the spleen and Snaths Spades shrub and Hooks Cotton and Muslin do to him in a short time.Air tying in the bend Miccosookie Le.near the plan ders. P. A. HAYWARD.

contusions of the bowels, stc nach and diaphragm, Fair and good S"thel.supply reap Tools, and Union Cottonaden, John J. Little, of Whitesville, Geo.., sV I tation of Gov. Moseley. owner March 20, ]S.7. 35
line not Blue Dennis Marine Shirting, gave. it iu one case and brouh away 50 Worms. In SMITH SIMKINS.Shif. .
all of a character. He!Iingerad four days anda Many, articles in the
grave many mentioned.Willow Fancy Stripe Drillings, another case, it cured negro woman of Tenia or and ex officio Tax Co!Jeff. Co. Received by 1. R. Fortune,
half under the most agonizing:; sufferings, shicbLoweve Bohemia Plaids, Drown Habit Linen, Tape JIVm.Mr. December 5, 1546 2 .ust .
he bore with great fortitude under t lie cheeririf and Wood Ware. 4.4 Georgia Osnaburgs, Tuma Boyd of Coweta Co., Geo., says, I Per Schrs. Radius and Boston,

and unremitting: ministrations and assiduities of Churns, :siats-Tubs of all "ize 2 and j Lowell do cave it negro boy who was in bad health; it Sheriff's Sale. AND POWDERED SUGAR.
friends and Well Buckets, Pails, Brass and iron-hound Buckets, 4-4 English Long Cloth brought away immediately 3f worms! He was soon virtue of a writ of fieri facias issued from CRUSHED Almonds, Malaga Raisins: ,
numerous kind acquaintances.The ) Kl'eleT Hread-tra\ \\'O.mt'asures. Linen Onaburg, well and remains so up to this time. BY the Clerk's office of the Superior Court for the Brandy Cherries, Dried Curra'it.. -

deceased was a ;ung! man ol steady habit, Willow Chairs and !.!, Brown and Bleached Colnns. January, 1S17. County of Le n, Middle District of Florida;wherein Goshen Butter and Buckwheat lour,
. mild amiable and decorous deportment So for as Work Baskets 'o\'en'Market ditto Brown and Bleached Sheetings i "GRU"ns. Pike Co., Geo., July 12, 18.16. the Union Bank .f Florida i is plaintiff, and BenjaminF. No. Mackerel.Sperm Adamantine CandlesNo.

I the writer of this brief notice knows. or has reason! Groceries.Young Fine Sea Island Shirtings, &.c., &.C., Dr. Woodruff Please forward immediately three Alen. Adm'r. of R. C. Allen, deceased,i is:defen- 1 Sap. Family and White Scented Soap.
and Teas j\pril3.1S17. TIT dozen of your Worm Specific We have callfor i lnt. levied upon and expose for sale, &e &.c. t
tobelieve. be was strictly upright and honorable in l ion, Imperial| wi ;
Rio and Powc.onl daily. Scud without delay.: REpectfuly. before the Court House! door, the town of Mon. January 2, 1847. 24 .
Groceries.Java tI
jail his transactions. i Cofl. .
Butter and JNO. HLL & icello, on the first Monday in May next, within Icgal
The personal friends and jhe attending physician Roe.Herrings, in barrels! and Rio Coffee TALBO Co., Geo., l hours, the following described property,to wit : I .

Mr. T., beg leave most sinrerely) and gratefully to No. 1 and 2, Mackerel, in i hbls., brand 1S40, Loaf and Crushed Sugar, Dr. Woodruff have recently made trial of your I' The South J of Sec. 11, J f

tender to the citizens of Tallahassee their unfeigned \ 4tbIs. Fulton Market, No. 1 Beef New Orleans Olive brown Oil do Worm Specific in very bad case. with the believe happiest it The North i of Section U. I InTlRSSandE. i : 'J
Ma raroni. I tb more ol it than ever, and 1 '
thanks for the prompt con.tfnt and most considerate White Beans, Rice, dried Apples and Peche., English Dairy Cheese,.Pine Apple do eltc. in W cases! in the 100. ThcEoftheSE.lofScc.1O TheEJoftheNE4ofSec.l5J !" AND W .
Sardines, 10 bbls. soused Pigs-feet, wil
attentions personal ceivice-f and all other acU of Bbls. and JbltU. Flour Lemon Syrup, Brown Candles Soap, Windor dltl J. ROPER, M. D. Levied upon a the property of said defendant, ando i 1

needful assistance they .0 zealously! and generously Sperm Candle, Colgate Pearl Starch Sperm Cidar, Buck Drop Shot, be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri faca. __ _
Bar Lead
afforded him during the whole period of his afflictions Colgate pale Sap. brown and toilette Soaps, Dried. Apples, tc., iu:. TiE REMEDY: NEEDEDFor SMITH SOME cry humbug from envy some from jealousy
Diarrhoea and April 3, 35 humbug and some from sheer ignorance of ,
l"ckle. -Catsups, Griping IS-
and that too, wirhout .tint or reluctance. ulorte. Dysentery Pains
Olive Oil, loaf and crushed Sugar, LIQUoRs &C. of the fHing. I do not believe every thing that shines
Greater act kindness and humanity, the writer I Scotch Snuf. ol several Factories, Champaign and Cognac Brandy, Summer lamented Complaint HOUMKS Gndsden Circui Court. i. gold nor do I believe that which i is hastily denounced i iI
late Captain I
of this hu been permitted to whims. They I From the Georgia i i. Prove thing and then I
never Spict. aborted, Winchester Whiskey. Monougehala do Wm. J. Adm'r.de. non, humbug. a
are alike honorable to humanity and worthy the Putty! White Lead. Window Glass, Madeira and Claret Wine, Reimeul.. July Ig16. with Daier. ano/xed, o A. Bel- it. IluU'a Pills are no humbug: wherever they have
Train, Linseed, and IGo. 2- used, they have invariably the most de- I
Lamp Champaige Cider given
W. Oit. laxity, In bn
capitol of Florida. Good Dr. M. Woodruff Dear Sir you an apology dece. Chancery.
.chewing smoking and price Tobaccoes, London Porter Scotch Ale, before this the of .. and unequivocal satisfaction. The testimonyexists
---- Shot Lead, &c. A.C. for not acknowledging receipt a of side this vast ,
--- --- ---- luwde. tic.inhabitants Ducal Champaign Wine, which had the Rowles, Ex'x. Joseph R on every throughout country
Family Horse for Sale..kTHE Sperm and Train Oils, &.C., &c., for sale byBETTON boz kindness of your to send Dysentary me Codia. you, for the use Mar decM., et. al.T from the Log Cabin of.the Western Wilds to the

Bub. ribet has a very I large fine Or: Te of the city and county, SL HIGGS. or corps. whil | appealing to the satisfaction of the Cour by City Palace of the millionaire, there are thousands

HORSE for sale, works well and adjacent counties, are particularly requested April 3. 1S17. 37 1 my have found it a mOt valuable and only jL the affidavit filed with the original this of witneses to the unrivalled efficacy of this invalu-

or double harness. He is a New to call and see for themselvesand, epeei- Received. regret that I have not a supply of medcne.. my case: ,that the said Mary Rowle Executrix of Joseph able' medicne. It generally cures the Chills and
Jersey! trained Horse, perfectly safe for any one to ally, we call the attention Of the LAnES, "ho.f .ust men have followed the directions they have invariably a. Rowles, dec'd.. reIde beyond the limits of the fnt day and does not sicken the stomachor
drive. taste was never known to err. It will afford me great Oranges, J Catsups. found relief. We have suffered mud are suffering Sate of Florida, and in the State of Virgnia. on o produce any disagreeable sensation in the system.
Also a two horse Wagon for sale. Apply to pleasure to da.ply before them the diversified and Lmondl. Oil. much Iron Dysentary occasioned by the wretched of the Solicitor for sad qn Obstinate case of the Chills and Fever when other
S April! 17. 1S47. 39 J. R. FORTUNE. attractive .' Jcn.in Store. Die Chocolate, water we have to drink,but your Cordial it restoring That the said Mary Executrix u aorid. reparations have failed, have yielded at once to a
Im.diatt. attendance, trill Peaches. I Lemon Syrup, all to their wonted health and vsgor. With do and answer the original bill fe doses ot Hull' Pills, without any disposition of
an p"tul b do Prunes. London Porter, appa the should not a return. They require no it it unworthy of
Notice. paid to all "", r. sincere for your kindness,and best wi.he to shew cause why tame b puffing
SIX" WEEKS after date application will be made S. F. BURNEY. Citron Albany Ale, for my our thank, am your obedient le"at, eu.e.evi ved4&c.,within four months from the date of them. The Medical now prescribing
y me, to JAMES: E. B.OONE. Judge of Probatet April 17, IS47. { please copy. Pickles, Geneses Four; ) ISAAC HOLMES, Capt. Macon Guards. publication of this order, or the tame and the origi- hem with unexampled success, no only .in Chills
f the County of Leon for letters of administration 39SEJTIIUL Quince and CrambeY La Spr.l'rr..e A fresh supply of the above valuable medicines, lalbillin this cause will be taken for con feared:- and Fever, but in Fe..e of all tp. grades sod .
on tlteettate Notice.QIX ; Current and I That a of this order and consider them the and harm-
Monroe Tucker. deceased. just received and for tale by Lewis fc Ames, Druggists 4IdIt further lde copy characer. A.
JOHN WILSON. months after date the undersigned Executor Quince Jelly ; Slmond. Tallahassee; also,by R. Manin P. M.,Manningtoa be published in 8me published in the le yet tfe most certain and prnmptfeivIfi'ct that
April Grape Jae, by M. Micco- District of Florida, once a week,consecutively -I can possibly in tbe remediate man-
tG. 1847. 3'J: O of the last will and testament of BenjaminChare Leon County; Ja*. B. Br diddle b adminil'er Full
will R. B. & D. W. POST. Leon S. F. ; for four months. igement of Fe.e to this cntr.
deceased, late cf Leon County, Bury. Micle ,
BaroUCh present April 3. 1847. 37 3t. lok County November 27. 1846.GEORGE directions use accompany bx. P -
Wagon for Sale. i and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Pro ; Jau Dated fo n
A CONVENIENT Barouch Wagon with top and bate acunt.of Leon County and make application for let- 25- BBL Hour 2 casks Hams, S.el Quirry;; .JoshuaDavie.ofGadsden County ; D. Ba. s HAWKINS, Judge, tc. due t.sale Sftenty-fivf Tallahassee Cents by!

VT0 ****-*>dy eet on Eliptic Springs-it has era of dicmiHion I Executor aforesaid. calb Sides 1" Shoulders. ker,P. M., Chattahoochie, and Wm. Powers, Merchant A true copy. Atet.. LEWIS Sol Agsnti..
oonbU harncw price onlf $63. Apply to JOSEPH CHAIRE Eiecutor. Just received and for sale by Marianna. I. R. HAsals, 10 1817. A AME
.,prillQ, IM7. 3g J. R. FORTUNE. Leon County, April 3, 184. flm Much 1 J?n. 34 LLOYD &FLAGG. April a, 1S17. 37 December 12,18 31 4m April 3





j/'i/:' ,. m i TT -- I-
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itvk \A' 'ic uia> retire it to be cent ; of ordnance,ordnance meet the foregoing appropriations, then any deficiency be by him transmitted to Congress as early a day Law Noike.BROCKEXBROUGU E.
t11 j i: tr*, and small arms from- the foundries and anno'jf that may thos arise, shall b* paid cot of any a* practicable. TNFORMS
\t11 ".-I. to the arsenals, fortification* and frontier post,. moneys in the treasury otherwise appropriated. AFTROVEIV March 3. 1947.TlSTAksBALs..MoF. & MAXWELL. X that be DEALZp.Dregs'Medlclnes
,J ;. x million two hotidrcd and fsrty-thrce thousand SEC- 3. 1nd be ttfnrther rnaelrd. Thai the assistant net of Patt., ou
tJ M bu.dreddoUars, j mc *encri. of the Post Office Department H BROCKENBROUGH will return to Florida streets Toilet Articles ,
t\, I iccx>ot.ngcncie ofjtheanny filt* thousand dolj shall be entitled to an annual abry of (cur hundred (1 vale! bv WILD LEWIS CHERRY t AMES., for V TM in time to attend all the Courts of the __ where may Perfumery, it, Ifj,,

and fty dollar Febtuarv Middle Circuit and Jackson and Franklin Counties of genuine DRUGS PAINTrP5' savants AtID covoa,,
I 2l) 31 ,
\*; ; 1.4'f llV medical ai J hospital; eiepartment.oiiehunt" SEC. 4. .f J be it further enarted. That the Secret ls17. in West Florida B. &. M. will also attend the tention paid to orders Apothecaries Gln s Wa,,.
:: sr ,! and titty thousaixJ dollars wj of the Treasury be, and he is hereby authorized State of Florida.IN Supreme and Federal Courts. ThcT time will be All articles warranted HE above constantly oa hand,and for ,
<><* k'. j For the j i.-rche of tirdDance, crdnance stores and and directed to pay to Htvtlar and As'pinvr\ll. CHANCERY-1N CIRCUIT COURT MIDDLE dtvvted exeltuitelv to the legal prcfeninn and He has just T lowest market prices. sale at L
.4'w 4- Mlies, three hur>
.' j j a j d'red and twenty-nine dollars.k dollar, with interest I r cm the f.rt day of November Albert Ritchie ani William M Beall.FxecvtoM of l-ro ecxtion cf which arrangements have been made LOZENGES, valuable We have received by late arrival* Urr a
"v F current exoene$ of the ordnance sen ice, cne euhteen hurdel acd thirtfie, cut of any WiLiaai N. Ritchie, Complainant!. in Washin&ton. able form of supplies of Drux ,.Wrdifintt and CkttnnaJt
*. i .'dred thou and dolbr.. money in the trea>ur> not otherwise appropriated, Se. March 13, l-7. 34 SHERMAN'S together with most of the popular r fent retell*
,'. For ariQiraettcf fortificationscne handredthtusFtr being the amount rf a draft drawn b* James Ree- Levi* A. Petlerin.Tr-cmaaBaltzrll.ThcmasF! King, cheapest and be t render our assortment the largest sad most *
i s.td9t3r!. side. on the Post Oflke Dtpattmcnt d'atedthe eighteenth. and the 1'itit.ti flank itf Florida. DfffnJanJM. Buggies for Sale. lot Rheumatism Pains the State. Allot which we ofer at the J Jpi lowrv rvwl
.: ,... manufacture of arms at the national armories, .lay of April, e'jrr.teen Lnn. red ana tnirty- virtue of a decree rendered in this cane on the ONE- fine Ruea.v, with leather top, for one or two cess, iCAl ices. S ,
., three hundred and . PR- }' July 25. 1S4C. I LEWIS ItA1p
i, I'CT repairs a-vl iaiuemeD's] and new machine hundred'and thirU-Q. to the order of tbe said ale lot ca h. bel.re the Court-hoc* door in fa'.la- punch roadeespres loori'.cr, with on*or two bar- hEALING BALSAM, _
'-. *t Springfield armcr} ,eighteen thousand five hunt Reeside, and accepted by the Tiessurer of the Post hisses, on Monday the Id day of Ma next wi'bin nesses. Also, one fine Buggy and Harness without Coughs Asthma Molusee.
.4 : u'J dollar*. Office Department, and bv the said Refi.1c endorwsJ 1.-cal hours, all of aev'tun Eight (* ) Township oi e, top. Apply to J. R. FORTUNE tion and its kindred ,A BARRELS HRST RATE MOLASS15
:t i'or n p- irs and improvements, aid new maehine- to the order ci H. H. Williams! (/ Ba timrre. and (I ) Ncfthuf Ranze cite(I) East,called the Lafayette March X). 147. 35 ing certificates from '-F.J For sale by *
1 L, r ,4r II! rpets* F rn ;rmory. scr.teen thousand seh'uret b* said Willums end jrxl inUark. and which draitis Tcwnship.tfr M much thereof, as shall ba utlicier.t CoParlncrsliip.'HUE vecting its valuable March 13, 147. 31 J. B.FORTrJs
) and *rvenv dollars the propcin of tit- slid lfawla.iJ rm1 &einv.all. to kali,<* the several sum of money mentioned in p/vins as above.Tallahassee. .
':t i .'ra*';*naU, fjtj-one t.ouind! four hundred ane APPROVED March 2, 1l7.PtrrLlcNo.. aid uef re anJ therein and thereby ordered to be undersigned lave ociafed themselves toL January PRINTS ONLY
ether in business, under the firm of BULL i.PUirroRlU .
.Ii I.t,* tklUrsr paid wit .JiLe ioccehi of Ihe satet.fsaii lanJ.
ef draw inca of 21 arc rims reCeivIng and ofer! for sale a
; or exn rreparins a u.ufcro [ ] Title dttdt ut t 'f farlattit
: sbc esn *>f artillery. fivt thcosar dollars. AN ACT farther to intend the charter of the Uni.>n Cio THOM lRovN: choice and! well!! selected assortment ot GcoJs, at the Tall SPRIXG STYLES ..1S47.
I ; IVr survey* with ar m-s in the field, twenty thou- Bank Gttifeon in the District ufTCulasnb! MUr ii. CLncery. corner 11 Clinton and Mor.ioe streets, opposite the Young A. Jchason )
i >d d Uars. .Ee tt enatttd Ike Senate nd Jlviite Phani RuiUinsi, and known as the DAe! corner, r*.
: r ly mj Rtpttliniailrc April t, I-17. 17 LEE & BREWSTER
\ 1 \vh.>re the* ** ili bo pleased to see their cl.l friends Delila Humphreys
idinz for the) comfort cf di
.; r | n char ed sMdwh aj inr C fiurm 'iI$ i .imrri-m in I VTIgiet *
j : I.I may be landed at New Orleai. or ot'er aifrmbltd, 'Hit tie set ntitUd "Ai at to Mate of riorl.Ia. aid ail IM"M. v*.'O uc ut siiuus vi fu1tLiaiu; V.II&A.IA formerly Delila J 4 i CEDAR STREET, NEW YORk.
S.i ft.Mtl.in the United States, sodmWed b* di- estead the charter (4 the Vn.ua Rank cl Georgetown IN CHANCFItt -IN HIE ORCl'l COURT GOODS TN this case. it is I Be; leave to inform Dealers in Dr Gcocs thu
:. *o r by oin'!'* reeenrd I'. the erJca a. to be in the District cf 1-jtr.b.a," apfrotd the twettyhtth FOR jrrFHHco: > roi.vn.Han. They are prepared to XNTFACTl'RE, in the that the same b* set have received, and an now exLibi- f rnt-tkrt
.j uitle! to proceed to their h.me.sJ for forwardme -ay cf Ma* in 'he ear eighteen 1.ur !mi ir.d >d j S Lu.toa 'eaj.Lsis.o.t. Ute.t and ir.ot las'uonalle! stile, any garment that day of the next April REHOUSE EXCLU5N ELY for "
p.4' 4- i dollars: said suia ; 5.4ff tl.e direction ot;tl.. cretarj cf U'ar. hundred *J tort-nir, until wl..rh time said act Harn "r., litjtiitauttIT emif-avor to eive satisfaction in every respect one of the Tallahas-ee ,
t nr tbe j urcha of land erection cf barracks for chili be in full l.-ree, fir the *' le |'urpo ecf enabling at; pesrin to ft..' d urt. b. the alF.Javit of com Tin-ir a s>rf menl compne.ui patt. the f.illowine" : months before said all the
_t p '1ier, aad <]uart&.r< far cthcen and !2i.ndres-and the j resident ar. directors 'ftLe said bank, for the llainaut. that the deltfij.i.t. C.iniu) F.iza Superior Frrnrh and English Broadcloths. New Spring Style*,
.. t i r Sri'-k wall to t-nd4'-e the Er.,und*, and tradine, time heinz, to clJ>o its afiairsIrorided.. That sad: riith, 14 a n..n.rt-.Jtit ot! (the SlJit, *:J rc,iJ<;> in Do a<>. CAV>IMFR<, I C... da FANCY do. A true cop : Tet : Of British, Freneh, and .Imfritan Mawbiel.
.. fc.H! pairo; tie tutr banV- at Newpm barracks bank shall nut ex .1 Ke*tuckv, twert-four thou anJ f t<. L-indrcd dol- any ether power t-\ccpt t, c llfCt and pa* it> debts It t,trrntttdntii, I hat tr.e .sd defendant do a1lin, Silk. Ulvrt. ( bib, Woollen Tclrct do. their assortment one of le c. 1 rVacliful and at
J and close up it* 1 utre sAPPROKP appear end ar.*'.*! r tt.- comil.tinant'* bell! .'n cr before RK.IDY-M.WE CLOTJILYG.-Fine Black January 0. ISI7. tractne in the city ; and hav.rrjt been pcrcbaxd-
:.:. _. fS.Fcr continzeccie* tf fortifications, two Lur.dredt March 2, 117. the thud : Mo-idiv 1.1 Jiilv e\i. 'th rrvM.. the same Ilruli-.li and French Dros- and Frock Coats, medium FOR CASH LID 5BOET fiEDIT
.. Utaod dollars Mill IK taken lor conK-wO, *: } the ii.a'iei IhirrtfJecrrtd j'lalif* imer Sack Ci ats, do. Tweed, TIN Are offere-d ,
t/. : -nc. 2. .1nd It tt fitrt'tfrtnacltd, Tl.at t> e f. lI l- AN ACT to arrcnd an act erlitled "An set to i ro- aoccriiP, U : ,lft-l tt i* f>nlf.i JrJrrttt, iVt.irV. Hro\Mi and Plaid! do. S'irt"uts and l Orercoat*. by the piece cr racket t>o the lamt'raw
: ; I I. \\inz ihs be, aod {!. s-atao are Lereby approrm- vide 1r the pay cent ot hor-f cr ether prqrt,* T!.at a co" tt this eider f*. puMiihed in > n.c iftl.t PNT LOON if et dry description Large ssert- 3.il. i / at a-d below car.o.'atiirm pncw
t< :J. to jpply dekitnc. in apprnpriatt nimade f< r l h 't and tetr.. td in the inlitai ervue ft tl.eLnted j .Mic ncwsjii-tii; j-.rii.Uil in the X.iU: once a rr.ent of VIIST also' of Hosier S'uif. Glove, become of prices (corrected daily,) are plae din
HAVING the hinds of bo ..
:' the wrnce of the present fi ical year, under tue fuliz. Mat.-," pn.vtd tie khtferth) d*_* ifJacaarv vtnVt i J f0ur u.uah rjMC"i\el\ Cravats,"scarf. Collars.Han ,1'l_ LI'ir*: licad.'. : et.tc&ti I unri.' sod thiriy-\ a 1 MUM.\ fl.LfZiLL, JuJge. rocks, Opera Tics, Susjtndtrs, Satin rarfs. A.C, tikes this method of Purchaser will infirm IfctCixrlves of the staJt f
the market and be
t: : l I'w pay volunteers, urJer resolatioa cf eil.th! Mir It tnuri'il <.V vieeeor, ana Jiiurr "i f\< i.nsentatirtij .A- true S COPVr : &c., \.c. j. IL 1,1 I.L.. -. ;It o. ,.. ., well! repaid for aa exjEinafion---.
::1- .izu't, eizhtcen liuprid ant* forty-six,ere Luudrrd t\t t'mttJ Matftvf.itiiura in Congrrn <; FIFF, c'etk.M'nticello. No*em Vr 21.1-I.-I It J. PRETORILXLrpicr his tore, a larpe even if tb v do no? pircba-
1 I lid &SttbvJaiwl djllir at.k'i, Tl.ut the sb< vrtc.ttd act t < s Fa Mifh K.J01 1 17. :'*, 4mn'IaI. Tin and other articles i L. t B hire pecultaradiaders
t.. IVr pay of vduclrct* i.rwVr act of thirteenth May, acii-cded a* 1. nr-c! the iL.n; tt a.l cwn< :' t.! itx ('oltt-or".. Sitwanni-c ? priugsi, bijir.e**. He w.l! als> t S for prints, which are re.ptfo'.l o..
-; Jiteen 'hundred an J :i.et*- .*,'r.e hondr andlcrthree %va cns 1ST ILUKIll\
tit p wrr ve'ted inneM L. .I \\i\\\\
t iiouand difwr rr.a2e or n.jur* li> 11 the lo's &f ..ny Lor-e, c.ule. trva BYirtueot frora 44 Cedar
t -Mir. !i.el.'re the .. as they can get it Street.
I For tratcllioz alliance < f ojunteei, five; Lund- na, cat!. Li *t, 'l l uh, t r t.arieis. ** !.ili *a.h pr< ; r Conn HL J < t! r. in THE stbscriir take* this method cf n- call and examine for Jjmar J.1, I< I7. ."
thecin f f Ti, j' .r t juiiiv ,,t L-or, n it.- *:r.,, 1 ., hit tnen.1* aflil l the public! that tl S
';! e, r i th. ti and 2oilar*. tort* was in t't t.itary! s.iice .f the Ui.iedtatt sithir ;:;; havinz here
M< IKV inJi.l\ i.x'. the t-nl< win crib e r .. For transportation V1 IUN'lies' &-f in i.uch t ..rtol '. ill l the < it gets by
.5 \ *\ uie sod (CVui .nd ill b
<-r' department '< ur cu.lirn, do !trFcrwrrices >. bc'n utktr.'jt < I'-andoreil b* the order rl the c< mtnafid.ug tjx ontIiesar..ej.rIh..t.tr i ret for a turn i f *ears, \* prepared to ac- ,
? tf mIst. ph>*ician larlodinc the rtTEtr.ii. th c.'rtnai.dir.; clTxer. tr waccnra I !t' : ] ot.u&i.ioJateil who may tjvci him with their patrouaze GEtER.L ( have received a verv' superior s'vle cf
I purcIie orneic 4i hpatuI s". ; tti, C; otnerw.,t l t ir dt&< veil bu'.aoi Iabie _Lot,. N< {j", :.I *. .1-l: i. i. i rizir.sl l Ian. sr.d Are ;irdi the i.ni.ifral iualitu<> tf the isa. 1 doz Furnaces, > 'i French Black Cloth,
.; (' tLiisi do'1ar! accident, xv.th; i.t ar' Uult r resilience of the 1 n rth a-'Jiii ni I thrcitvui, raiuha,-* ;put. I icr, the car.nv-t be s.ra'-ed b* any 'sateriri:: place have Sujar Dippers, Superior Sule ff U'ooU'je Cloth
., k5r nav laclulirr i W tence and other ali'wto owner, aad when h tt as in tie line cf i:i. tut! : JttrIicZ to l fci I..; tj lai-ri'-t.rt. in America. The Springs will be opened bv the nr.tl Counter Scales, Zinc Bottle ,
i f : s..e oScers ot the ieri r imestt.<4 regular troops such OWIUT .ist I 'La. :lowtd aid |>ad tie value 'S 'S I I NIICII, aid fx .'St./ Tax Col Kr Lieu Ci-unti. attention \\ill be paid ti the comtirf of ai! who Tin and for Oiive Drown *
; ..- a'ibor1ed; darmztheprt .e-Moa, three l.nndredan thcrt-ol it the tiirc he entered the tece. j > may Copper
IWriber J' !I'l'i :'J 'nSlale |tiit LID with thnr Tie subscriber isI dins and at CoffVe Brown *
and iebtyvea tbov&iod tune Luodred and seventy SEC 2. .indbt it fuithfr enccttd, That the acciuntiuj co'npan put up
e J _; three dollar*. ', ; elI.1s of the! 'reasJiy. in aujitinc&r d settling Ta\ CsIIi-vioi' ., ;tIi.I I provided With ::'K>J and faithful 'erv ants, fine stables or country. -4LOCa -
for >i si5ence in k.ra ijr sacn regicjes-i. two me claim un.er this at. ar.i: ttietic toni.ich -1 1- virtue cf lLo! lower ves'.d in i..e b* Uw, Ij I j and atttntivt. hsters.! ALSO, a flew imercs of the latest Style.
5'Tj: I uidrvti and twentyne thoueand tee hundred and this u irze-'.d.t .r*. shili Make i.u other d> sfr J J shall eaposo for sule, in tl.. I* uith Muiuia in 'I !luvahJs! laboring under the full \\irg diseases may I will drain it for READY .MADE
'. I *-'Vinty-ofje dollars aid t.f-two cent. .s the claim, < n ace unt o. f> ran pavn.ent-i, than .\u-tM ne\t, bire t tht dor cf the CV.if II'ue, a' 't I Ret assured the priniTs will etrtct fir them ap r- planters to call 1 and CLOTHING.
'. ). ror pay of eleven rfVinerit tf volunteer* recertlvI f-r the use a'iJ! n' k ad (craze adranced fir the! Lotte R<>th*> Llufl, in tu! count <.f Wa>Uir...ton. State 11 1 masrient cure- Dipep-, D.abetnProlapsusI'tera.. 21' patent Well and Ch: Call aai purchase tho who want rood(nrrant.
4 I e Jled info sernce, rijjr lu.aion three tLcu aud one actually Ut t b* tb iljirir.f: and before he was a- Florida, the fo'lovm' r ef.cntv! l l lid. cr so much all kinds of Scrorula, Lu.xired and ten dlltrs cam remounted vt fur ilutLing to which be was net thereat as will pas the State and Count toacs due painful disorders of this class March 6,1 MT' January 2, 1-47. 24CHARLES
:i ,1- P.T njbijtecce in land, 'f sa.d regments V : r teer>. two hundred in-i eizhty-ihrce thonsa'jd fur SEC. }. .IJl.C i! JtitnrHactd, That in act entitled 4,) acres lynu tn IIt-lr.es Vall-j. j u'pcrti''to un fond tt this racttul and 11 asin exercne. SANDS' AllCIICItQTAND3
.( .7 };andrrd and eigtteeo izrs! and cicktv-five c-n<. "An act tu prciiut fur the pavir.eiit ol horses UW.S NI the v uv ft A R. C :ckwVllUo. FRANCIS A HUSONFelruar at Tallha* ee,aad the plantaO -
,. 'r For epeoes of rtvruiticz. loclod.n? bounties, arid tther prert* l.t in jhen.iht.r* i -. 4* f*o hundred and sistt-tno, th&usaad eight LunJrt United State" -ijvicved the uhttcuti.l January, leg to Ltl< itc to (J. Sweet.Alsj ? The" Journal", Tallahassee, A..vertivr," OF ALL .count.Georgia, at $5, $10 and $13.I .
.i. 1.4- kid szietv.vedolar*. eishteen huiJieil! and thirtv-seven.and all other acts '**o> acre,. purporting to belong to the estate a"Time"Co'unibus'Wl.i ,"'Gri2in, IMPURE ttbruarv .'), 1I7 31
I -: For ordnince, ordnanee ktorcs. and supplie*, four cr parts of art relitirc to the sane fubjett IK-, and ct Jo-tph M White, ati lmc on St An.lrew's! Uav.Als Flaz &. Adserti.er," Montzomerj. will p easeccp* OR HABIT Just Received.
1 : haedrt-J and ltv-r.vo, ibousand Le !hundred and f.tI (. the same are hereby continued in force for the IXTK d *.', Jt.l acres, I h inqf on the liad of M Andrew's once week tor three raonth, end one paper containirZ TB.)
,1 i.secdol1ars. of two sears tr n and alter tie thud da* of March, Pi. near MComick's.- urnort.n f o be0o7! !, the not.cc.. and their bills for the same as Scrofula or Kins A FEW rn rtfcr-ftes cf Headley's Napoleon and
.-: i 1r t&e repair and c &<;r>ictiOD ol roads aid bridz. eighteen iiuncreo ano iieveti, iM lotMns contained t ultU.3 above. Cutaneous Ei upttont : his Mirsballs. Also a fine Guitar for isle by

.. t! |m for the tier ol arnia| be eld, one hundred in any tormer a'-t t.1.all be so ctn->tru - aovfind dollars.j accounting the and fjfljfrio Tav Col \ Worm or Titter, Wa :DLWCA'nz:1 ]
oieors e.l tieasiir* t* to prceiit the Vahir.gton Co. months afterdate, I shall present final a'- O1 a
,: : j For deficiency cf forae appropriations tor fTtia. presentation and adja tmt nt of all the claims the pa* Februar :2). 1j'n i CmM SIX and *i Jvhers to the Hen Jude ny of Pro Pain of the Bones Attorney at Law, j

1- kiti. usatOak Island: 4oa tiicasiad aad thirty dulun men of w.iitti i> prividcd for l l.* an* ti these several : >MI\T* i ? bate in and fur the County of Jetferon. ard ar>pl* for Syphihtie Sirmptor.ia. .MoQtitfllo Jtfferwn Florida
it : sod fifty-ait* cent'sF acts within the tine above pecifiedArpnoEi CONST! n i ION Of 'IHKSTATEOF/LORIDA: : a discharge as .'edmini-mrator of the estate of Clement Dit'OMt aninfrom County, ,
: .r d Sc.enc* : f n=cr arf ropnitio'.s for the ira- >, March -', 1-17. PR 1-OSEOAND .%(.R EDTO BTHL ECO>D GI.N- W. Stephens, late of said Cosmic, deceased. CUT, .Itfitft or f> "\ attend the Circuit Ccurts, of the SL<&*
f -S. {r: r j* Ect cf Ca-: e J-tr ruer, ei x Luadrt-d and erie Lain AStEMBl klBJECT TOTHfc *CTIONOl JAMES G.XD DEN..Monti in Life Alto, / f v Circuit, and of th* County ol Columbia of the
,. THE
?.EXT COERAL \f LMBLT *llo, January 1">. 1S17. _''> /mNotice.
.t I For d)6cienc> cf /roj-naMon for removing the AN ACT for ti}*. increase f the marine crrps cf tLeL. .1 known in the nticello AugUot 22, 11-3. S
4 -. 5 creai raft cf Rd river, Ctade L; the act apr rovecpril ite(l ltate*. .?,, .Jet to to arntnd the Constitution of this State tirtl* in its character
', .\ tweatieth, e.zbn hundred and thirty-euht, Be it t-narttd bv tne Senate and Ifvwe of Rrpresenlaticetct at ta extend to all free rhile i.iale inhtilntanl*. SIX months after date.! I t.aii l present my account rious preparations of Sar M. D. PAPY
:L p *& thoend ()te Ljodr.-d add t.tt dollars, bring the United State* vf.innnta in L'on- lung ctttztm oj the L'nittd Stattt, ttho thai *vouchers and a'i'ly: to the lion JuJe of at different times offered ,
.5 K* )cnou a! dria-ed I,* Darue! T. Witlee, and oth. greit anf>nUel, That from and after the f.aseare ot hire rtfidfd tcithin thu State one year the tlteSECFION Probate of Leon Count* for letters S dimissirnasAdininittratnx ciacall* upon the whole s : i.
*f*. !hzooh tt brincii cf the Real Es'ate Bank of this act, the I'ntted Mates marine e.or9 a4 now or- Irefranc/aLse. on the estate of Granville] Sheppard, under its direct and TILL Practice la ail the Courts la tie Middi.
I "Va>hinrt6n, Arka& vs, to Htni M Shreve, povern- ganizsd il.jll coi ,i>t of four additional captains j four 1. Be it enacted lit the Senate and S late of said Count drd.atil possessed of powerful 2)I Circ-iit. Officen the first iloor oi the Cap
oat az 4t for fvch ivn' val, and expendtrd by him first lieutenants, lour secuiul lieulriiszils. t sliP.-the R.tMotatrr'e of the Stile of /'/ S : r that puroe.I iKjr eir.t*, t\ei t-tnecorfK.rjU. tweit-tie drummers iiJa m lirntral -twmbly ronttned. That tie fcr..t __Jaguar* 21, 1.17 27 Tin icate constitution of th Terntorv
.'1proed March 2,1'r. twenty -t.ve liters, dud oLe ll.o'lialid additional t ldu.-e '.f tne sixth article ot the Con'ti ution t e so feet i* produced bv its u I November 15. IMS. 17JO
privates acemided a.o tallows, *iz : Ever free white nia eptrth S Notice.SIX [K.tie but whenJi *a e j
[l't.sric-No. Q2 ] SLC U. .1nd be tt further enarttd. That the officers -on ('t age of twenfv-one *"arsar.d uiMardsaiid months alter date, I hail! present m> final ac- carr>ir? tx t its victim 11 A EKSKI.XC.ATTORNEY .
*' AN 9\CT n-Air.g appropriations for the support of thus |rovidcd for shall appointed first by promotion who shall! be, at the time vf Perinz to vote, a citi- and otichers to the Hon Judce of Probate its rn%oteriou-* influence is AT LAW
I I1 the Miiitar Academy for the jear ending oa the according to rank in the marine corps, and Zen nt the United States, and who shall hae resided in and fur the County of Jefer-on% and arpl for a new life, and sitor, and ,
thirtieth j : f.ity-eizLt be submitted tu the Senate for tLeir advise auJ con ptrmaneiit ai.el.in! r'if ritla.'fcr ore tear next pre- | H. Smith, late of Said Count, tecej>e !. 0 TRUTH is ILL. attend the Justices* Court of Gadsdea
1 lit tt tmrtea Itf the f>ftinte and- Jiovse- of- lit- pre"ntatire sent. .tuiii4 the election at xvhich he shall effr to \tte, l fLit. i nr.iii n. >->iiiii.JeTer THE FicT SPE\K toR Count* the Circuit Court of Middle Flcnda.
L : of'the I'niiid i-tatetof.lnenc* in Con- SEC. 3. .Ind le it further enacted That the pro- and \\l.t shall, at jh tirae. and for iix months ira S on Count, October tl 1 l--t';. Ii :raINotire. inc certificate is tnl* the Courts in the adjacent Counties of GeonruwNovember2
i 1:9-as cttetnbltd. That the following SUITS be, and xuioristl ai art parsed the thnlKtb I Jum-, cigh- ixietIiet,1 l* preceding suit tune, hate had his habita | of testimony to its merits Isl5- 13 *1Sentinel
I th* same are l.erehj appropriated, 1 tt of anv none tetii hundred and tlint\-lcur, ntilid "Aii act t'.r linn, dcinuil, liome .*ml fuce of permanent abotlc, S nonth after the publication of this notice, I b* convinced. What it ccpy._
L _; in the trea urv* not otherwise apprupnatc-d, tot tie the better orLamticn tf $tl e t'nitfd States liurmccorji in the countv in which he i:,av ofcr tjii.tr, shall 1 be SIX appl to the H'.notah''. James M. Gikt'i .t.Judze anin. NATHANIEL HAMLIN
; i-is up{ ort cf the Military Academy lor the v ear ending -," to, aii'J the taroere hinbv made applicable (ittnuil a .[1'i.ilitit-d! n.ttr it *.l titctionunJ, r this S ot Pri.bate Er Gad *] i 4i the thirtieth June one thousand eight hundred mall n>,"f t 14 to (he pr,>n i.rujun *' .da.int.rtor from the estate of Susan This may certify that Factor and fonmission Merchant,
4 forty-ogl.t : hoes, Tliat.nrtwithntandin? aii thing in taut act ticket la the Mati .r I,i-mct | rchcnU-l t bj S. 5-ncl., tlttcastJ has been lor ten 'e.us NEU--ORLE\NS.
M; For pay of ofljcers.ipsructor: cadet, and mu to the contiar* the .uircf the marine corps be, law ill wlurli Css* the tlecttr Eau't haic beta a R L EDMONDS: Adrn'r. humor At the tee -
.t. 'tine err.tv-nine thousand hundred and Iii and the auc Is from the line which probably canted WM. BULET, Jefferon Co. )
tevcn > l..reby vparattd .1 ( ri'itln.t ol the Mate oneur neat rending the Qtimo December 12. I4';. 21 im .
;. jty-lour dollars said ccrs the f.F.ccrs of tie furrier to rcceiec the el.ctin.aiJ! >im<.t.tl.s wi'hm the election distri'-t pearance in a most KIRKSCT, Esq. Tallahassee Ravtascge.
j l'r cctnmutation of subsistence, five thousand Fame pa* ai.d tin< lunitiits they now native L\ law, | in whir lie ofTen* to *te 1'renled, That no srl- LAND SALES. from his head to his leet L.*PP. Lie;., Newport. )
7 b_' t'xir hundred end two dollars.Fcr and to h< li tl.e ane inulaled tank, to wit: quireruiaci dirt.! seaman or marine in tht regular ArL'* or Navy suited a Doctor of P'ebinarv 6, is-v T. 20
I. f>iiaj for officers' horse,, four thouand three (; ', I'amsttrs and aJjutar.ts a'.d in pectcrs oJ the United tatt, ui.le-s he \%ereatJzlIfied elector i. TN pur.uinet-of legal authority the subscriber will three dais in succession,
I', hundred and tventdollars. the rack it raaj< r, and as.isai.t (Iuarterma-tra the j of this State |.revi< i.x to enlistment a' such J. otftr ft ale at public aactiun, at the Court house case, advised me to consult ,
':'. }'orc1uthinoft41k.rs'errants, four hundred and rank tf ca; taii.: l lSM *..ld.cr, fear -in or rn tine in the Re nlar Army or (fit Madron Count, between the hours of ten and I then bein; a re iient Commission and Forwardin; Strrhant,
:; twenty dollars :. 3. .1i>d be it ('w11erenaeld, Th it the Prcsidd.t \ Nat of lie l"nit. State. (.r ol the retenue son ice, tnuclockonthcl3th day day o. MAY next, the and critical examination, 101 Povdras street,
For repairs and improvements, fuel and apparatus a? the teriiiit.ali.n of tie Mevican sar. shall ball fee col *id. u-d a rt- .'ii .1? ( t the Sac if.queiire ccue- fjll iwinz tnct ol land, to wit" : other medical gentlemen NEW-ORLEANS. LAITING .
us; terare for juiWir hor.'es and oxen stationer*, reduce ti t marir (01114| 1) a number o< tb lu u.eiand, of toii,. tati<.nt-d %%ii'in{ the same.1Lsed The S E i of Section 21, ) he pionounced.it
arid other inr.id r.1al and otikers The S U i of Section 21, i In Township 1. child w as then prescribed CELLING, RECEIVING, AND FOR
*T: pnttirtr, < cor.taigent expcn- I. t caetc'1r ,; the i. in.ter novf in strike..Ii'i'R..iVLL' Senate. ltitts-r 1, !'IPi.H. .
:_t .tvte.u trco. nd dollars. Maich 2, !'!". 11. M.VN. I5rcti.iertSenae.II. The N W 4 of Section 2i. [ Hinge No. 7, S &. E. medical drucs from that WARDING, attended to with p reap taws.
The N K 4 ,tl Secti-n j June of ls3and hi REFERS TO
Sep Forb rrack for cacit uftccij ttcu and dollars ARCHEH ctcrt-tar 2-> Len
Senate. T-... I* 1 f ei ... T*. .. T._ T> C Cf. IT* \ W ARGTLE. LATHAM A. EARRT.
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t APPE.OV iii. March li. I -J7 t PeLic-No. 2 fAN ,.'- 'iI"'S.- ---- -$Wt i", l19..5- 2" '''" a, 'SS0i( i ( con-eqnence tr.e
ACT makiniasroi'rialinn.1ir: the pajr.cal rf HOLI:m 1KO\N! *i 1w4tr Ho. Reps. The W i of Stf'ior 6, 1, R 9. A piece of bone came awa BtSTWICK. S S. SlBLXl.
'tt [tPaic-Nti. '** 1AN navy p T-.Mn, for the *er ending thirtrt'th June, M. D. PApr, Ckfl..JJ .. On the I l'th div if MAY. at the Court house of the first place, as lance as 5, l'a4'k 2-3
ACT makinaI'iropriaI.onI for the service cf (-iZhtSS9i I.u ,drd ard iiy-eult. Jeftr .on County, the follow ing tracts will be offend from his forehead as hre SCHOOL BOOKS, Ac.
I the Vt OSlre DirtTert for the scar tndirr the F.e it rnarti'1 by tht Sftta'r and Jina. t f Rfjirtirn'atint .1rt to atirnJ t'.r Ci n-tilt'tion of Mn Slate to for sale, viz : from near the crown of received Seasons
4 tbnti th cf Jute, |eigLteea hundred and forleigtt \- ,fthr. l'ntfd Statt uf.lnitrifa in Conertrt 0.1 to make t'if 5IsiiL' ef tr,* Kennal-iutmbly The W i of Sec 13, ) the back and side. and school eJit.cn per, 1 doz.Pampero.Aothon"Thompson Latin Granmart,
c 't7ft1l.it the foj iwitp Him to, and limnt futtd' t>f at.nu.if. ) Tie: E: of s. 14, i In Town 1 S, hence 0 i, East. Front thence to one of his Greek Grammar. Greek Grammar.
4_ Be tt enaetrd Ivtht Smite an.' How t f R'jre- the r.e Ito inb ropriatt-d for the p.vnjent ol SECTION( 1. Le i! eni'tid l\, the fixate and The S J ot S.C3I, ) sequence of the ul-erati. Latin Grammar Mrs.Valpy's Lincoln's
J. -' rfntatte'tofthe t nit ft StJtrt ofdmitea tn Con- navy fer .,ins I.:r the year aw'irjr! thirtieth! Juce, lttjru.tntittrn (J tIe Stile of I'lf- The N i of Section o. Tow n 2. Range 5 i, S &. E. fron. the bones of the l Cubical Botany.Blocks to
4. t rft oti m'jlej, T Lat're$ following puma of money cizhteei. lui.find a'idftrtevht.lo 11 la in Ceitt at1-rrmby tuiien, d, That the s.rCf.nd | Ott the 25th day ol MAY, at the Court house of 1'e had at one time 'ie"sSurveicg new Arithmetic, Kej'sand,
I ,; *je, and the arr.e ai i hereby, appropriated for Ih [ a* tnai.d | i..otj9, thirl*>stt thtu-and dol-! dau-e cf the lourtii rtirlt i f the ('on5titsiioii ot GatiKn Cv'ittthe, following tracts will be offered from tbe filansof the Eclectic Books
;i service r* the P't floe! I-partn-nt, for the year Jars. this State be so len'ittl as to read as follows, viz : i for sale, viz.In mentioned. la IS40,1 elements y's of Spelling ,
s' ending thirtieth Ja e, eizht.'en undred and forty- To j a* tfe per;!on widows cf r.fjcc*, seamen, 2d The tninibtrs itt! tJc Ho *e ot RipteMintatiM-s Tvn5hijs 3 North, Rsiire 3 W'est. and be was attacked with Reader Ncs Criticism.
.. ctht, out ol any nor.evi in the treausry arisirg and man..tr, ten thousand dr.ll4r'. I ISc hall Lecho tn b 1l.i 'i.iiied! vottis, and shall I Fractional See HOT 5. All sf Section l settled in one of his hips, r's Viriil 1.2.3..
c from the revenues of th nil d-partment in con- 2. .f. iff it fvrtlitr tnarttd. That the povmio sere f fir the term f two >eisrs. frtn and after the All of Secti.n 7, All of 22, three cf the other Being Drawing. Suilej's Arithmetic. Book.
formitv to the act uf the scor.d cfJul*. eighteen ft (heart <-f iehten rncdrc-d ard f-rt-iie, j jcnapter dav of the t.r-t t'i! i'm nn'/l..r ts .t. ..,.L.! Pnnsli- I i \ Vv t v.-- ., sit..r .. oo they cave him laudanum Books Oxford Drawing
i .' i hundred ar.d thirl six, namel* : I r '-rre. ertitletl 'An act rerew ir K certain j tu'ion, anJ no lo.xar: and the titss..icnS tf the Gcnrral I Allofctiou 15, All of 24. Then I became alarmed, Sunday School Cocks. A.C. Tactics
'4i ;j' .jf ror transp b'J. ted States, two inillijn fcur hundred and forty-one the same are I h< frby ext< nd.-d to all pensions tf simlar the fourth Monday 11 NutpniIsy, in each and every The third time h? vas Laattcn Parsonage,
i. .( I thouaand three hundred and ninety.or.c dullars.p kifid wlich haic .iired; since the |rsiatre if ,econd year, <-r at such other times be In Township 2 North, Ranee 4 West, lxli, when hearing of Tra ts, Swcds Et'iscopal Almanaci for
a* tnav j JSrea. All
17 I All Brown's
\ For transportation b* steam ships between New aid sri : and the |- -f siuns winch *ere renewal b. cnbt-d b\ Ian of Section 30.Fracti emg perfectly atis>ied Concordance,
York and Bremen acrordirg tf the contract with he naitt a't fr the term of five sears, and \\hirhrna, < ec.-2. liritfttrt>irennetnal Section 2'?.', | failed effecting cure, 1 and O-bon.e's best Paints
Edward Mills, authorized Ly the act to provide enpire brf. re the next cse, of the fturth article .f thy (.Or..tjlUjtiii! be smcndtd.olhat On the Pitt d.v of MAY, at the Court Housed ties, and a* the time he Hair Pencils No. 1, Sancers of Colors,
L *4 far the transportation of the mail between the Uni- arid h. rei>* ate reixwrd and conlinutil fur another the sjnie shall! na.l as J los3d.! That the I Jark>on County, the following tracts will be offered him well. Those places olJ Pens, Extension Points Velvet Bead Bag'.
t S *" led State and foreign courtnes! ,," approved March term of fe -ernoiis entitled thereto, in Iwr| cntatuc sl.atl becl c en .,n the first Mo Ja\ j I fur sale, viz : and lively-color came to ? clasps New games cf Cards, in great vanet JV
r third, eighteen hundred audlnrtv-five, two hundn-d the sane manner and 'ibjert to the snot conditions in the month ol ('otuter. in cacti anl even second In Township 5 North lunge II West, that time till the Fall of I J for sale by P. A. 1HYWARD. S
1. and Cfteight thousand six hutdredanl nine ddlars. a* are tn said art eci.UiQ'tl, and lo commence from sear, from and attei the tirt election nndt'r this amended h1 Of Section 1, 5 4 to N V.' J, and troubled him At that 27, 1S47. 32

the tune they n,a* neiirally expire, ard to Le. t.aid Conititutun, or on such otl.tr taj! v nay Slan.lNEofScc2, 1VotNEJ, continued until last March
.: f For comfn ati ?n to postmasters, one million and out of any ruone* ic the treasury not otherwise ap- I t.* dirtcte b\ law. .SE4oZ S.-ction Zj, Section 21, came aflected from that to DR. HULLS
ferty-lwo thousand dollars, PiortJed, That it shall propriand. Sec. :1. He it ftirlhtr rnrtfttd, Tl at the fifth c!..'Ne ,N 0f 4. SW4 of Sction 22, sight of the e\e so that he
;norbe lawful for the> Postmaster General to make Fur th'pnerf it pen-uors ut.dcr the privateer of the afcreo.; ? .. anv allowance .r corrpen.jlion to any Deputy Po.t- [x-n>i4rfi fund' u |J'.hZCd! l by the g>>*eminent b* act of TIZ1f\ S.ia'orull? bj chtscn b\ the .rd '% lt SE4, > S&N.hi1Sec 21, Knowing that Sands
*-.5 mister in addition Ic his ctmmissionl, except the Corgr ss ot June t si Ciitb.iith, eighteen 1.nndrcdan< cuhiic dcIectrr.forhe tetm ..f f iureari. at the Sectien ) AU of Section 2', medicine that had ever
.. is,>ecial allow arce rna.lc b* law to the Post masters ati fi1. tkr,... it.. i.i. I ,l..ti.,. 5--.. ...... ... .... ....... L04ii"r, 5ai 1J ((It i.iiflC Au .1 Sction 7, All of 26, to Mr. owle, Apothecary, I ', will cry for Dr. Hull's Worm I"*'
S : i New Oilcans and the city of Washington, and cxceptinp Aiaoi.p, M-m.'i 3, lt7.IPra.icNu.. place! wlitre the* vote f'r tnen'j* r* of the H<>uot tf SV4.lVofSE.J, .Atlo( hat taken fifteen dollars eages. Only read what this med-cioe has does rYORWVIH.E
'S.;. also, the allowance lo which (vctmaftirs lepre-"ntatii! and no 'r4un shall l>e a Vnatoruiiles Section '_, Allot' 2SW4Sec ', the humor from his eves Gib on Co. Tnn.JVc.21,154i.
;-< 1 are entitled bylaw from the income from boxes : f C J.] he b<- a white: nm, a citizen of the United t'. .'..llofN appears to be cured, and C E. HILL:-Some mouths since jror agent
'. '?, .1 n orided.'ftalher, That each JXputy Postroastter AN ACT making further ropriition to bring the Sta't-s,and shall have been an inhabitant of this State .of 11', Allot lieve ail this latter trouble with me f>>r ale what he con .ekredalafesop-
,> (* ,whose coonpensati fur the last preccdn g year rxiotinjc mat with Mexico to a speed amfj'ionora- for two years next prcelm l.i lection, and the NV4SE4ofSecl2. .thluf 31, if,I had continued of vonrorm Lczenzes.but I havesJdallow,.
., : _: did not escetii two hundred dollars, may send bIt eerie losion. last \t-ir a resident of nftho(1icn .. .....,*h I.. .. d, V. 1jot: NVL. Ill Allot ruts \\ mien ne was uncer its could ha* *olJ three ticts as sass' more,"" *
: through tne mail all letters written by himself, andS Jit it enarltd Ay tile Senate and Unite t J Rtrreenlatter he shall!! becho ( ti j (j shall have attair'ed the age E i of Section 15, All! of 33, These are the simple supplied to tLat amouH. I hope you will in
: receive through the mail all written communications $ of the L'nitrd Slate t'f.lmertea tn Con- of tneraty.fise'.ears. All if 17, All ofAllot' I. 31, case, and I feel it my duty your agent to leave a ouch greater rP'7
',4' addressed to himself his private business which grrtt atfemlleJ, That whereas a Male cf war now Sec. 4. Beitfsrther.'narted. That the sixth clause 1-. All of 35, to the public, lor the be comes this way again. Their ue in BIJ
::.' shall uot exceed in weight one half ounce, free of exists between the United State? and the republic of i.f the aforesa; article be so amended as lo read as Allot ly. Allot 36. afflicted in like manner: has been of great beneJt Edward *Wf relV
c ]K>stage. Mexico, which it isdesirable should be- speedily terminated follows, viz: The classification of Senator as made All of 20. cure has been effected gave acme to a child cf his four vears old,ana
: -. Fur ship fteaUiboat and way letters, seventeen un| terms just and honorable to both ration at the first session ol the General Assembly held in In Township 4 North, Range 7 West, invaluable medicine. first dose brought asses thirty or forty worm*
Ihousund ilollir and whereas urances have heretofore been the year 1S15, shall cont nue unchanged ; one halt Fractional Section 14, I Fractional Section 21. HANNAH William McDamel had a ctild whom the pJ-
, qr 4- For wrapping paper,mlecn thousand dollarn.Sc given to the trot eminent ef Mexico that it was the ct whom, as nearly a* possible, shall be chosen forever All of 23, | Suffolk, **. Boston, Octo pronounced incurable, and said it would diC,.
_'_ For oSice furniture, (for the offices of postmaster,) desire of the President to settle all questions between hereafter bienniallv for the term of four >ers : InT3NR9W. All of Section IS.In sonally appeared the above the child was cured by using Dr. Hull! Worta
S jlhreethousand dollars. the t se countries on the most liberal and satisfactory Profiled, however, and it ii hereby declared that T 5 N, R10 Weht. N \ and S W 4, and E1 ofS and made solemn oath that Yours. (suIt,
For advertising, tlurV* thousand dollars. term*' according to the right of each and the mutual the term of office of that class of Senators urexpi- E 4. Sec C. Allot Section 14. her subscribed, and STEPHEN LCSBfl-
t. For mail bags, Iwent) thousand dollars. interests and ecmil> of the two countries; and red at the first election under the amended Const it u- These lands, selected for the State many years are Irue. Before ro Price 25 cents get box.
I For blsnk.seveutttphousand dollars whereas the President may be able to conclude a ion, shall extend to, and expire on, the first Monday since, and lying in agreeable neighborhoods, are JAMES RICE fresh supply ji t received b*
I For nail lock*, kij s, and stamp, four thousand tratv of pence with the rcDublte of Mexico prior to ;n -t.hpr .iiht.-pn hirnired and 1ft. very valuable. F or lurffnF rartiTi7-sr. : s,, (dollars.I tbe'next version of Ce ngresi, if means lot that object Sec. 5. Be it further cnaetrd. That th* first election TERMS" One-fourth cash, and the other three- its superior value and 27,1 S47. 32 Tallahassee
For mail depredatioti* and special agent, thirteen are at his elnposal ; and whereas, in the adjustment for Assemblymen, under this amenied Constiution fourths in three annual instalments, with interest may be obtained of Agents,
,thousaod dollars: J'roeuled, That the Postmaster of so many complicated questions as DOW exist between shall take place on the first Mondiy in Octo- Irom the date of sale, payable annually in advance ; Prepared and sold by A. Ittolusses and Fish Barrel
f t1 General be, and he is hereby, authorized to employ, the twocountrirf.it may possibly happen that bet, eighteen hundred and forty-eight ; aid the first the purchaser to give bond with approved security, gists, 10) Fulton street, has constantly on hand and wfl1
; when the service may require it, the assistant post- an expenditure of money will be called for bv the session of the General) Assembly, under fiji amend- or if any purchaser shall prefer to pay up the whole Sold alsoby LEWIS* engage any quantity of superior Cypress STKWr
roaster general u special agents, and to make them stipulations of any treaty which may be entered into; led Constitution,shall commence on the fourth Mon- price in cash, a discount shall be allowed of fire percent & CATLIN, Pensacola, F. BARRELS: the former.holding from 371*
compensation and allowance therefor cot to exceed therefore, the sum of three millions of dollars be, lay in November, in the year eighteen hutdred and on the credit instalments." and by Druggists generally ( : the later Usual Fish barrel sue- ,
: I I tbe amount expended by said agents as necessary and the same is hereby appropriated out of any money fortyeight.Passed. JOHN BEARD, Stats.- .Feb. 13. 1947. 30 DAXL.LADP_
. *i.Y t4. travelling expenses while emploed. in the Ire sury not otherwise tpqropriated to Senate, December 22, 194i3. Register of Public Lands for the Price, 51 per bottle. Six Received by J. B. F.rtno *
bjIS For clerks for offices, (in the offices of postmaster enable the Pn .'dent lo conclude a treaty of peace, D. II. MAYS, Pre.idc.g of Senate. State of Florida. OO: The public are Gloria,
*,) two bundled and twenty-fi\e thousand dol- imilsand boundaries with tberepublic of Mexico, H. ABCHKR, Secretary ol Senate. Tallahassee, February 6, 1947. 29 3m member that it is Sands ) DOZEN Ladies fine colored Kid
to be used him in the said .'..The Savannah Georgian, Charleston and is 4 pieces rich Baliarioe
: 4 arr. by event that treaty when Passed House of Representatives, December 29, Mercury, constantly achieving .
i For miscellaneous, fifty thousand dollars signed by the authorized agents of the two governments St4.. and Columbus Times, will publish the above six the most difficult class of 3 '5 printed Lawns,
l j Ssx 2. And be it further enacted That in case and duly ralifid by Mexico, shall call for the ROBERT BROWN, Speaker Ho. cIR the revenues cf the department referred to in the eipendi'tJ-e of the fane, or any part thereof; full M. D. PArT, Clerk House Reps.Febiuar Public Lands tot the State of Florida," at TaUihissce. parilla. and take no other Russia vA Cotton Diaper,Ac, c.
a trst section of this act, shall prove insufficient to and accurate accounts for which expenditure chill 27, 1S47 32 em December 12. l91. 6. 1847. 3)i


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