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: January 22, 1848
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
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The following resolutions, submitted someday ever existed. I might even po further, and s. t'
L that in Hs abmlntM ,
*ap by Mr. Calhoun, coming up for eon- assert despotism itselC: mmt j '
,4eriUOfl-; form. I will nottindertalteto explain why ft j jis j i -

Mexico and to i to. Il will take m* .further from the courut !
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to incorporate
bold it in the it, either Union u, would a province be inconsistent or with BY SIBLEY & DYKE) TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22, 1848. VOL. XIX-NO. 27. .ire; hut I will nay in a few word that it re. !t I, I f

mills from ilts fact that her Executive and th-
has beenprosecuted
the ;
the avowed object for which war : :-: ___ _.__ __ ,_ ,, lJon'.of Lords (the conservative branches uC '! f
from the settled --k.--- -- -
; a departure policy but they a vigorous of the war, so far as b directly opposed to what it has con- I
formidable objections, prosecution ca'se- her Government both whilst '
in conflict with its resistance from the few inhabitants with- These are ) a. hrrdiary. ,
of the any and disavowed of Ji'
than not to leave sufficient and influence emphatically ; or
g.U and genius, and, in the end, subversive in. From the Paso del Norte to the mouthof are not the only ones that are more so power tinualy for what ,ihc other lou.e of : f popular ; E
character of the last in the government to enter into a treatywhich ts intelligence, perceiving oughtto
Roman Goernmnenfezceed.
the commencement chararter. .
of few hundred at "
of ourfree and popular institutions.Resolrcd the river, a distance a they were have been :
1e for would be respected when our forces so readily anticipated. \
the further fact show what little force campaign. I hold that the avowed object edthr Briti'hinitscapncitylorconqueat. N <
That no line of policy in miles, a single "i the We have heard much of the 't t
less withdrawn. Such I know to reputation "
is are ,
of the war did esistand .
It the prosecution Government ever none probably r
t. of the war should be adopted, will be was a 4
prosecution which has this
:1. lead to disastrous. frontier between Texas and! Mexico when the certain being realized now than it was then; opinion of intelligent officers. They concur our country acquired by war ever will ,which in that particular equaled iu ', r 5 f
consequences r it the full far
which acknowledge to amount
IDlY will in thinking that the existing Governmentat ,
7II and if it should fail to be realized, u but its parity to hold conquered province in : f
CALHOUN raid: in offering, SenatorS former had but an inconsiderable populationnot ,
Mr. the military concerned. The has
than Queretaro, if it should enter into a! il army
. for consideration than hundred and fifty thousand leave our affairs in afar worse condition I treaty "j.iln was as nothing compared with that j i iof t
. resolutions more a
these your lone its duty nobly and conferred
That object, has been in conformity with the views expressed by hith.hon- ( Britain tni hence, when the Roman : FposTPr "i :
at treat
Jam governed by the reasons which induced at the utmost at any time-with no standing they are present. a ors on the for which I sincerely ; !
and ,
the Executive, would be overthrown country
and which I have and but few irregular ; yet, staled, is to obtain an honorable treaty ; one pr.,ed 1I'nd the limits of Italy. rro.". : j
to oppose the war, by army, a troops that bank them but that the
Ie. me the President, that we should be compelled to defend ; apprehend repu-
. been governed since it was sanctioned by for several years she maintained this line, which, to use the language tation acquired does not beyond this and ed the Adriatic Mediterranean; and the ,
for indemnity .
of Mexico which go
and portion we require 1
security ;
occasional intrusion will give indemnity for past ," liberty fell prostrate; the Uonvn people t i iIp"
without slight
allusion to
; Congress. In to my opposition any, except that in other we hive: lost instead of .
which will ) defensively, or rf compelled to return respects '
,. for the future-that is a l became rahSIe J
when Mexicowas treaty a
Mexico and that too I ; corrosion
touch the from
i the war I do not to on reasons the It would pnetra'f'd en'n
and the of the war. acquiring reputation by war. ,
z, that occasion fur far consolidated in her power, and give us a cession territory not only equalto renew prosecution depjiitment: ; of the GOf and j i I
which governed roe on more certain from all from'abroad. J
seem .
publica'ions -
I, indemnitbut If such is its weakness it be apprehended -
demand for miy ruled the and
i l
and day
revolutions were not so frequent, our present : anarchy,' military despotism
motives when s
is to that the .
J. ther than necessary explain my I Government itself has not
additional demand : equal to the that even noxv, without tIme vigorous the Now the ;.
her resources were far greater than a: equal to the pUhtnl clo ed ICfnf. on contra'y w' ; ;
money .
the gained reputation In the of the world
1 upon present.I because If then, Texas alone, under such entire expenses to be incurred in conducting prosecution of the war further, we are eyes *ee England with subject provinces of v>itlr, ,
I then opposed the war, not only present. which these for justice, moderation, or wisdom. Whether 1
f. could defend that frontier for the campaign, and a guaranty from the Gov. greatly I exposed to thp danger greater territorial extent, and probably of not s
been avoided circumstances, this be deserved
it might have easily : not only and or not, it is not for me to
believe that ernment of Mexico for its faithful execution. are to guard gint. inferior population, (I have compared them ) *
r. I because the President had no authority to or- so long a period. can any man inquire at present ; I am now speaking mere- ,
of Xow Senators I hold that, whether the war that it requires discretion and prompt her. I wiiho'il lb. :
in when she is attacked by the whole great of and in that view we sen repeat, goin? on "
tiers of the disputed territory possession ly reputation, : it
pan unsuccessful there is not onlyno action on our to avoid it. appears f 1
successful part
the United States-now, that Mexico is exhausted is o pers.mailiberyoftheouhjectbengmateriatly : } I
of the Mexicans to be occupied by our that we have lost abroad as much in civil and
,. and certainty that this object will be accomplished Hut, before leaving this part of the sub. impaired, the (;oeient to vio. '
defeated repeat, subject
believed the allegations prostrted-l O
not only because 1 political reputation as we have for :
troops; but almost a certainty that it will I must enter solemn protest as one acquired lence Yet. has .
tt the that would involve ject. my or anarchy England not
which Congress sanctioned can any man believe i a our skill and valor in arms. much as I !
upon considerations a sacrifice to us of men and money to not be. If the war be unsuccessful : if our of the representatives" of a State of this Bit who'.ly! escaped tbe curve which must ever l befall : t )
but (
be untrue runs high great much I
war to regard military glory, as as rejoice to
ot should be baffled, as I trust and believe Union, against pledging protection to free Government which holds extensive t ,
. of policy ; because I believed it would defend that frontier as did the l last campaign arms al) witness the display of that indomitable energy 1

lead to many and serious evils !O the country, No. I hazzarJ nothing in asserting that, to they will not be ; but if from any unfortunate government established in .Mexico under and courage which surmounts all difficulties provinces; in !subjection; fJr. although she ha. : 't t\
1- would have accident such should be the ca'e, it is countenance or encoura ement. would lost her fallen ".
J_ and greatly endanger its free institutions. But defend it for an indefinite period: I I would be indeed that our Gov. liberty or anarchy yet we :
'0 after the war was declared, by the authorityof required a less sum than the interest on the clear that we shall not be abje to negotiate a inevitably he overthrown as soon 8 our ernment should lose sorry portion of that high behold the population! of England; crushed to :.. i :

1. the Government, I acquiesced in what I money spent in the campaign, and fewer men treaty that wi accomplish the object inten forces are withdrawn, and mrs would be compelled character for justice any moderation, and discretion the earth \\ij !the superincumbent weight of .. ( ;

could:) not prevent, and which itva.s impass-: than: were sacrificed to carry it on. ded. On contrary, if the war should be in fulfilment uf plighted' faith implied which distinguished it in the eaily stages debt and taxation; which may one day termi. t : j
ble for me to arrest ; and 1 then felt it my So much for the past"e now come to successful, it is almost equally certain that, in or expressed to return and reinstate such of history. nate in revolution. The wealth derived from : t { 1

.. duty to limit my efforts to giving such direction -'the commencement of another campaign ; that case, the avowed object for prosecutingthe government in power to be all ,,vertunedand I The next reason assigned is that, either her conquests and provincial possession may i i j t i -,

to the war as would, as far as possible, and the question recurs, what shall be done? war vigorously will not be accomplished. again reinstated!, until we should he com holding Mexico as a province or have contributed to !\11 the overgrown for. i ;

". prevent the evils and danger with which itt The President, in his message, recommendsthe I might take higher ground, and maintain pelled to take the !government into our own her into the Union, would be incorporating tune of ihe upper da" but has done noth. : ",

v-;e- threatened the country and its institutions. same line cf policy-a vigorous prosecution that the more successfully the war i is prose- hands, just as the English have been compelled by in our history.unprecedented We to alleviate th, pressure on the !laboring .. S f\fin ;
any example
t For this purpose, at the last session, I suggested of the war-not for conquest. that is cuted the more certainly the object avowed again and again to do in Hmdostan have conquered of the neighboringtribes mawes below. On contrarythe xpn.f ". l t

... to the Senate the policy of adopting defensive again emphatically disavowed ; not to blot to be accomplished will be defeated while tinder similar circumstances until it has led of Indians, many but we have never thought incident to their conquest and of o1 : t :'

line, and for the same purpose I now Mexico out of the list of nations ; no, he de- the objects disavowed would' as certainly be I to its entire conquest. Let us avoid following of holding them in subjection or of and holding them in subjection, have 1"11 :: ','. tt .
;e offer these resolutions. This, and this!! only.is sires to see her an independent and flourish accomplished. the example which we have been con- them into our Union. They have: drawn mainly from their labor, and hate increased : t

- the motive which governs me on this occa ing community, and assigns strong reasons What is the object of a vigorous! prosecu- demning as far back. as m)recollection ex been left as an independent people in the instead of decreasing the sreightnfthtv : t f'prf

IYt.t. sion. I am moved by no personal or party for it : but to obtain an honorable peace. Wehear tion of the war How can it be successful, tends. midst of us. or been driven back into the for. urf. It has placed a burden upon them, .5. ,..' t 1 .

,-. considerations. :My object is neither to sustain -; no more of conquering peace, but I pre. I can see but one way of making it so, and The President himself entertains doubt ests. Nor have we ever incorporated into which, with nil their run and industry, xritb "

7.dnl the Executive nor to strengthen the opposition sume that he means by an honorable peace that is, by suppressing all resistance on the whether the plan of forming a governmentin the Union but the Caucasian race. To nil the vast accumulation capital and power .: 1: :
but simply to discharge an important the same thing : that is. to compel Mexico to part of Mexico ; overpowering and dispersing the manner which I have been considering incorporate Mexico would be the first departure machinery with which they art* aided, they 1 .( -

duty to the country In doing so I shall express ajree to a treaty ceding a sufficient part of her army, and utterly (overthrowing her and treating with it for indemnity. may of the kind ; for more than half are scarce capable of bearinj, without 'rueinij .{

.1' my opinion all points xith the free her territory, as an indemnity for the expenses Government. But if that should be done ; lot fail. I In that CSf, ho agrees that the its population are Indians, and by of reduced to the lowest depth of poverty. Take : \
dom and boldness which becomes an independent | of the war, and for the claims of our citizens, if a vigorous proscctol: of the war should very course To which I have said the vigorous the larger of the residue mixed I for example: Ireland, her earl'est and nnref .. ..

r. Senator, who has nothing to ask from j I have examined with care the grounds! on lead to that result, how are we to obtain an prosecution of the war will, inevitablylead I protest against portion the incorporation of blOOd'I' conquer t, and i isit not to this day a cause of hea !

,C. the Government or from the people But 1 which the President renews his recommenda- honorable peace ? With whom shall: we must be tnken. lie !a 's. after having attempted people. Ours is the of the \ expense, and a burden, instead ol a sourcn -, t ty

.d.t when I come to notice those points on whichI ,1 ton. and am again compelled to dissent.I .- teat for indemnity for the pist, and security to establish such a governmentafter man. The great misfortune government of what was !I of revenue! -1 i

..t.e differ from the President, I shall Jo it with I 1 There are many and powerful reasons, more for the future War may be made by one I having employed the best efforts to secure formerly Spanish America, is to be traced to On the contrr.our Government, in this '

.eit ,1 all! the decorum which is due to the Chief 'I so even thin those that existed at the commencement I party-, but it requires two to make peace. If peace-:f al fail. we must hold on to the fatal error of placing the colored race on j particular, very reverse of the British. if!

V Magistrate of the Union. of the las campaign, to justifymy all authority overthrown in Mexico wherewill I the occupation the country ; we mutt take an equality with the white. That error destroyed I Of all free Governments it has the lest en pa- r !

0.C.-- I suggested a defensive line because, in the I dissent. The sacrifice in money will be be the power to enter into negotiationand I the ful measure of indemnity into our own. the social: arrangement which formed j city, in proportion tn the wealth and population r !t

,) 4 first place, I believed that the only certain vastly greater. There is a bill for ten additional make peace T Our very success would ", and enforce such terms as the honor o the basis of their society. This error we I| of the country, lo bear patronage. Thf gen. ; t'

mode terminating the war successfully was regiments now before the Senate, and defeat the possibility of making peace. In the country; delaOI ." These are his word have wholly escaped.. The Brazilians, for ius of the two, in this particular it precisely "

nd to take indemnity in our o,vn hands, by occupying another for twenty regiments volunteers that case, the war must not end in peace but Now, what is this Is it not an acknowledgement merly a province of Portugal have escapedalso II oppnsile.however alike in exterior forms :

{If defensively, with our military force, a has been reported, authoriiin in all tho raising in conquest not in negotiation, but in siiHju- that, if he fails in establishing a to a considerable extent ; and they and and other particulars. The cause of this difference : it"

; portion of the Mexican territory, ,which we of an additional force of something upwards gation; and defeat. I repeat the very object government with which we can treat in we are the only people of this continent who I I will not undertake to explain on thw :

1.ir ; might deem ample for indemnity ; and, iri the of thirty thousand. This, in additionto you aim t accomplish, and accomplish that Mexico-after putting down all resistance have made revolutions without anarchy.And .- present occasion. Il resolu from i's federal !' .

yy- next, because I believed it would prevent a that already authorized by law, will be which 3-ou disavow to be your intention, by under the existing government, we mus yet, with this example before them, and character and elective chief magistrate ; and, : 1 I

yip I great sacrifice oflife and property ; bqt, aboveall sufficient to keep an effective army in Mexicoof destroying tho separate existence of Mexico make a conquest of the whole country and our uniform practice, there are those amongus so tar from the example of Great Britain con. ;

: because I believed that it was the only\ not much, if any less than seventy thousand overthrowing her nationality. and blotting hold it subject to our control Can words be' who talk about erecting these Mexicansinto diluting a nt precedent for tts to follow, the _0

1 way we could avoid the great danger to our men, and will raise the expenses of the out her name from the list of nations, insteadof stronger ? Occupy whol. country"- territorial and placing themon. title sbe ba gained from her numerous con. "" tl

institutions against which these resolutionsare t campaign to probably not less than: sixty leaving her a free republic which the .take the full measure of indemnity-no defensive an equality governments with the! people of these quests and dst provincial possessions, and thin 1.

-a.a' t i intended to guard. The President took a millions of dollars. President has so earnestly expressed his de-' line-no treaty-and enforce terms.", States 1 utterly protest agninst the project.It heavy burdens which it has imposed upon her 'j t.j

different view. He recommended vigorous To meet so large an expenditure would involve tire 10 do. Terms on whom ? On the Government ?- is a remarkable fact, in this connes ion, people lo meet the consequent expensrs,ought -f

hi.gI t prosecution of the war-not for conquest in the present and prospective condition If I understand his message correctly, Ihave No, no, no. To enforce terms on" the people that, in the whole history of as far my to be to us a warning never to be forgotten ; 1' : f.

. that emphatically dis8\"owed-but for the of the money maiket. i is to ho appre. his own authority for the conclusion to individually ; that is to say, to establish a information extends,there is mIn no instance a what especially when we ref that, from the na. ;. .-:t

purpose of conquering peace-that is, to compel hended, not a little embarrassment. Last which I come. He takes very much the same government over them in the form of a ever of any civilized colored race, ofany shade, ture of our we would lie s liable ::

Mexico to sign a treaty ceding sufficient }'ea money was abundant, and easily ob. view that I do u to how a war ought to be province.The being found equal to the establishment of free to the other and greater evils from whichhe o, I !

n.It.Dn.. territory to indemnify the claims of our citizens tained. An unfortunate famine in Europe prosecuted vigorously, and what would be its President is right If the vigorous government although by far tho largest proportion from the nature of her Government, is t ;

and of the country for the expenses of created a great demand fur our agricultural : results, with the difference a to tho latter prosecution of the war should be successfuland of the human family is composed of a great measure exempted. t5ucb and so S rh

V.of the war. I could not approve of this policy. product*. That turned the balance of trade resting on a single contingency, and that a the contingency on which he expects to them: and even in the savage state we rarely weighty are tbe objections to conquering Mexico .J .

1 I opposed it, among other reasons, because I greatly in our favor, and specie poured into remote one. He says that the great difficulty a treaty fails, there will be no retreat. find them any where with such government, and holding it as a subject.province. : J -
believed there certainty that the object the with a strong and steady current. from this that mae Nor are the reasons less weight against J
y.y.. was no I country of obtaining: peace results Every argument against calling back the army except it be our noble savages; for noble I will -
of'it intended to be effected would be accomplished No inconsiderable portion of it passed into the people of Mexico are divided under factious and taking a defensive line will have call them for their high qualities. Theyfor incorporating her in the Union. As ta If 3 i

let the war be ever so successful. the Treasury, through the duties, which keptit chieftains, and that the chief in power double force, after having spent sixty mil- the most part had many free institutions, but such law is concerned, that is easily done. A 1 :. I'

Congress thought differently, and granted full in spite of the large sums remitted to darn not make peace. because by doing so he lions of dollars and acquired the possession institutions are much more among that is necessary is to a Territorial

.. ample provisions, in men and money, for carrying mct the expenses of the war. The case isdifferent would he displaced by a rix-al. He also says, of the whole of Mexico, and the interest in a savage than a eaiyslstainfd people. we Government t for the several States in Mexico .' ir:

, I. out the policy recommended by the., now. Instead of having a tide that the only wa to remedy this evil and to favor of keeping possession would he much" to overlook this great crilized Are we to associate of which there are upwards of twenty ; to ap. r .

, .. President. It has now been fully tested under flowing in to ihr drain flowing out. the ) I judges and magistrates, aud :
, (qua obtain a treaty to put down the of more powerful then than: now. The army] with ourselves as equals, companions, and pint governors "f .
the most favorable circumstances It has drain is now ways. The exchangesnow the in Those who the to tbe population a subordinate right :. J
them, including one power as wel as itself wi be larger. live by fellow citizens, the Indian and mixed races of of i1
r. been. successful as the mOi sanguine: hope are against us instead of being in our I' the others. Wet. what then xve to war, numerous contractors, the merchants, Mexico? I would consider such association making laws, we defraying the cost of
r. of the Executive could have anticipated. Victory favor and instead of flowing into the a Government. So Jar as legislation! goe, the wi'
:\. : specie stop there ? -our Generals are, it seems, the antlers, the speculator* in lands and degrading to ourselves and fatal to our institutions -,
nJ. after victory has followed in rapid succession country from abroad it is flowing out. In the authorized to encourage and\ to protect the mines and! all who are profiting directly or I i[ work will l lie done ; but there would be a greatdifference

t without single reverse. Santa An. meantime the price of strcks and Treasury I between these Territorial Governments ; rli
inhabitants in I
I well disposed establishing a by its prosecution, will be ad'freto The next remaining reasons assigned, that I
na repelled and defeated with all his forcesat notes, instead of bring at or above par. have HB indirectly I II and those xvlikrh we bare heretofore" .' ( ;
V.V. republican government. says they are retiring, and will swell the cry of holding it would be in conflict with the genius and !
f.f.. Buena Vista ; Vera Cruz, with its castle, both fallen below to a small extent. The effects numerous, and are prevented from expressing I on to our conquests. They constitute an immense -I character of our Government, and. in the end I established within our 0\t limits. Thest : I 1
captured the heights of Cerro Gordo triumphantly of th of are only the effects of our own people! or foreigners .
f.ir ; depreciation Treasury notes anJ form
: I their opinions making an attempt to body of vast influence, who are growing subversive of our free institutions, are intimately ; ..
nd carried; ; Jalapa, Perote, and Pueb-- cause them to into the Treasury I from tbe same countries from which .1% :
i\11 pass such a government only by fear of those rich by what is impoverishing the rest of connected, and I shall consider them together. .
la occupied ; and, after many triumphant vic I I in payment i>f the customs and other dues to military chieftains. He proposes when they the country.It our ancestors came. The first settlers in lh, :. i "

ip tories, under the walls of Mexico its gates the Government a the cheaper currency in- have thus formed a government, under the i is at this stage that the President speaks That it would be contrary to the genius Territories are too few in number to form and ; 1
opened us, and put us in possession of the I stead of gold and sih'er. while the a government of their own, and 1 J
t and of art
encouragement protection our army, of taking the indemnity into our own hands. and character of our Government and subversive } I IUppr 1
capital But what has all those splendid the war, uhethrr paid fur by the transmission dtr obligation to the Government of the I
V.I. to obtain peace by a trenty with the government But why delay it until the whole country is of our free popular institutions, to hold
achievements accomplished 1 Has the avowed Ii of gold and silver direct to lIexic. thus formed, which !hal give us ample! : sub lued ? Why not take it now ? A part of Mexico as a subject province, is a propositiontoo United States k forming one for them, and ;,$ i 1 1
of the been attained T Have the of it-
goV. object war or by drafts drawn in favor of merchants defraying expense maintaining 4
for the for the be better than
indemnity past !security Mexico would a indemnity now clear for argument before a so enlightened .
we ? Have we compelled there body knowing, they do,that, when they have suf. .
conquered peace or other capitalist will cause ;
future. I must say' I am at a loss to see how the whole of Mexico would be at thtt end of as the Senate. You knOv American a n
Mexico to sign a treaty? Have we obtained whatever specie be in the vaults of the ficient population, they will b permitted t ' may a free and independent republic can be established the next campaign, when sixty millions of Constitution too Tell, you have looked ":
I& i indemnity? No. Not a single object con Treasury to flow from it, either by remittance under form a constitution for thfmsf'I\f1 and b ad. : f
in Mexico, the authority and dollars will be added to the present expendi into history and are to well acquainted with ; .
templated by the campaign has been ; direct on account of the ordinary transactions as I member of the Union. During \' J '.
'" etectedj i protection of its conquerors. I can readily tures. We would, indeed, acquire a control the fatal effects which large provincial pos- mite
and, what is worse, our difficulties greater of the or to the drafts which period of their Territorial Government, ;
in country pay understand how an aristocracy or a despotic over a much larger portion of her population sessions have ever bad on the institutions of free .1
,, now than they were at the commencement be drawn it. and which when no force is to keep them in a state( ?
necessary 11
- I may upon government might be, but how a free repub. but we would never be able to extort Slates to need any proof to satisfy you how _
wi and the objects sought more to be in the rite of exchanges, will be The c. will be entirely dif- f
difcult paid, present lican government can be so established, Under from them by all the forms of taxation Io hostile it would be to the institutions of this o.ubjcion. .
:>aor To is Mexican Territories. When
accomplished. what complete remittt abroad. But this process of paying such circumstances, is to ms incompre. which you can resort, a sum sufficient to pay country to hold Mexico a subject province. It.1
. failure to be attributed ? Not to our army.It notes instead of gold and silver, a you form them,you must have: powerful armies t
Treasury bensible. 1 had always supposed that such the force necessary to hold them in subjec There is not an example on ofany frf'f :
C.a. : hu done all thatl1i and gallantry could and gold and silver flowing out in both directions the recor \\o hold them in subjection, with all tbe ex* : ;
a government must be spontaneous wish tion. That force must be a large one, not State holding a province of same extent
. accomplish. It attributed to the cannot continue long without exhausting penset InIdent supporting them. You .3 .
pl.iCJpaRued of the people ; that it must emanate from the less certainly than forty thousand men, according and population without disastrous con equen.
. The Executive aimed call them Territories but would in ,
at I .
its and leaving nothing to may they ,-
specie hearts of the people, and be supported by to the opinion of this Senator from ces. The nations conquered and held pro

nity wrong way. Instead of taking it meet the public expenditures, including thoseof their devotion to it, without support from Mississippi I (Mr. Davis.) who must be regarded vinces have, in time retaliated by destroying a reallY, be but provinces; under another name, .. 1 (
into hand when had involve the in nil the dimcullies .
oar own we territory the war, but notes. Can they, wold country I
Treasury abroad. But it seems that these are anti- as a competent judge upon this j oint.He the liberty of their conquerors, through the
ia ample the claims of four and which I have 1
oar to
possession cover under such crcumstarcts, preserve even quated notions-obsolete ideas-and that free stated in debate the other day that the corrupting effect of the extended patronage and dangers already 'j
citizen and of the war he shown would result from tbe
expenses their not danger bonding :
th present great popular governments may he made under the now there, exceeding that number, are irresponsible Such certainly wouldbe country
ought it through a with army pwer. in that condition. how Ibis of t
indirectly treaty that will fall lower and lower, and long
they and of that of would sate
a and the Mexico
authority protection conq (ur. in danger ; urged on account, our ca e.
Mexico. He put it out of our own power th finances of the Government things would last before they would be fitted
S finally involve But suppose these difficulties surmounted, immediate passage of thv bill to raise ten add so vastly: to the patronage of(be Government }
a ,and under the control of Mexico, to say and ihe circulation of the in the he incorporated into the Union as States,
country how can wn make a free government in regiments. On this subject it i is H* \Y that it would absorb the whole powers If Ifto
. whether we should have indemnity or not, and Itu form idea from instance ? :
and ? we some
enabled her greatest difculy"I Mexico ? Where are the mat-rial. ? 1 is speak out plainly at oncn. \V. shall never of the States: the Union would become an imperial may aimia
thereby to defeat the whole object 'with xxhich we are ha* t t
Vg VI of the there not great danger prospect to be. I presume, a confederated government obtain indemnity fur the expenditures. of the power, and the States red iced to mere JfJao
campaign by simply refusing to been held in subjection by r ; :
with before, and the necessity of raising by like their former. Where, then. i is the intelligence war. They must come out of the pockets of subordinate corporations. But the evil would many 141
treat us. to this mistaken and. remains hostile, *
Owing policy although
lI.- after successful and loans near forty millions, of a commercial in Mexico for the construction or the people of the United Stales and the not end there; the process would go on, and the cf'nturie jet
a most brilliant of with the
campaign i her people are a race conqueror
I.II and financial crisis-even possibly a suspension even the preservation of such a govenmcntTIt longer the war is and the more i power transferred from the States io the Ifn. kindr .
involving an expenditure not lest the banks ? I wish not to create cfnlnuec *. The I.re colony .Canada still : Ii I
by pan. what she has been
probably, than forty millions! of dollars, aod makes is aiming at for mOlt numerous our army, greater wil be she ion would be transferred frnm this Legislativedepartment entertain feelingstowards their con.qucror f' f !
but there is dancer which
ic a
; great than but heavier the the the
twenty years so utterly incompetentare debt, and ihe imposed to Executive. All im.
the sword and
th.sacrifice, by by disease, of *, although living in the midst of them .
in a financial and moneyed point her for the task, that it } bent which Mexico J
dittrence. people has the mense patronage holding a a f
lives less upon
valuable probably not than andat for nrailj one hundred ,en If we ;
many of
iii thousand is left but the the state things now a complete failure from first to last. Th. these views be correct, the end of the province; would create, the maintainance of a may 1
or seven nothing I judge from 'hese examples, it would be
I has the commencement of the last session.- great body of the intelligence and wealth of policy recommended by the President, whether large army to bold it in subjection, and the np- nn un. l I
which acquired. safe tttat Mexicans .
{lory our army to conclude never will
Looking to the future it is to be npprehended tb .
Mexico is concentrated in the be of multitude of civil officers, necessary
it insisted priesthood, contemplated or not, to force the poimmt a -
b Bat as an apology for all this, it that not little will have to be wi l he heartily' reconciled! to mir authority. The ) ,
a difficulty disinclined that form of it, her veiled in him.
who naturally to Government to the other alternatives lo
t of defensive line 'ouldue are adopt on or govern word
a better have Ca tlian) in their veins,
\ ltbe maintenaoc the encountered in raising money to meet the ..ex' government ; the residue, for the most part alluded to in these retlution With The great infloence which it would give the das b.1 it'
involved as a sacrifice as cam' and of l the old
great are Gcsbc.stock-qmdte equalto
of the conducted
penses next campaign, on the of the haciendas, the this I the he President would the means of controlling
arc owners larger impression cannot support policy b
The President and the Secreta- the hi and Y
Anglo- xon in
"ig itl forteTtlining the large scale which is propse" Men you. planters of the country, but they are without recommends, for the reason assigned in the the Legislative department, and subjecting} it many re'pcta .
War have Of all tb
assigned many reasons examined may raise, but money wi difficult concert, and destitute of the means of forming first rrcolution. The frt of these is, that it to bis lictationripecially when combined withthe some IUllri! upl ert' )

Uem& thi opinion. I have to obtain. It is even to apprehended thai' such a government. But if it were possible would inconsistent the avowed object principal of ptoccription' which has now they are the moat pertinacious ; bld out f. 1
with This is the occa. and often$ when there would
not proper loans will have to be diY longer, seem to I
cr negotiated o very to establish such a form of for which the war has been prosecuted.That become the established practice of I he Govern b j
t discuss them, but I mast say, with all terms for the In the government I no prospect of ever making any effectual reistance. -
advantageous publc it could not stand protection of i ft would be so is apparent from what men?. The struggle to obtain the Presidential !
!, j( Werence, they are to my mind, utterly present state of things, if they grow no worse,''our wibouthe soon it is has already been said. Since the commencement chair would become proportinnably greatiogreat It is admitted, I believe, on IIhands J
I : ws; and to satisfy your minds that there can resort to Treasury notes.- army. I f/t a I that they are now universally hostile to t I
be'D withdrawn. of the war until this time, the President I as to destroy lb r freedom of elections.
r the case I place the subject in a increased without us, and the probability is will contiaue i ,
be !
. Ins. wi They cannot materially : If it be determined to have a treaty, itwould bas continually disavowed the intention The sad would b anarchy, or despotism ascertain s
of But this
pnt a ruinous depreciation ; and a resort mist be Mexico and her I addressing Ihe Senktp. suppose difficulty Sp
far subjecting to am
be of
" a preferable course, as appears conquering I .
Tbl propose by me, to which I supreasons had or almost entirely so, to bor i pose their hostility ,should crass. ard I
exclusively, to me, abstain from attacking or destroying our cotrL He has constantly proclaimed Let it not b said that Great Britain i an te1
intended be t I should desirous of ..
were to applieo of stocks become being
But at the prices inrrt.
present and that to that the holds
rowing. I the now existing in that only object was y. example contrary; provinces -
woaWbaeoTereuj government .h
in its whole from in Union.
t e -acfi, tt the Paw del extent Norte to borrow 1 large a sum a will be necessary,,I Mexico, and to treat with it, if, indeed, it h the war is prosecuted to e ai it by treaty; of vast'extent a ppatic without ma. Are our tbe Mexicans Ought we politieaUy&am associated 1

On i onQ can only be done at a greatly increased rte capable of forming a treaty which it and yet if the results ,h, be as 1 bare terially impairing subject, or ttto h -

;; O b1 bfl Gulf of California, of interest on the nominal amount of stock maintain and execute. Upon that point I do stated the end will be, that what was disavosvJ exposing the Government t tioene anarchy, with u T Arotbej.bipaIytogoYem'
Ihemselve 1 Ariboold .
f peopled by "r ginning .-
In a recent conversation with a gentlemanwell have information will be accomplished and what bas or so. But .
Ja& not to beyond CO
o profess any f I
I C trp'which oo Mexican force informed on this subject, he said that, in derived from conversations with those bee to ke its object will be mC., peculiar aD1 Btr
derted carder o member UaJooir
its the ayoe QMNtae & ,
'fI lot eoti occupancy his opinion if millions are required, a week be her Of sill e.
.dIlacziothis but forty I who have ben in Mexico, but from alit I :a ,al a deep Grerlt tba which ; ,nteratfau

:: wol b ruire loan cl not for more than ninetyfor can bear, may be doubted wb : impeacbtneot the sincerity or the i intelligence .. e. free cfcaracier, the ,British tiMexcal.: a ,

,._? keep i'the hun which would be about at the hire not already pushed what any be eaUeJ 'o lb* 'Omnt o/ its tinctriij, o8..b' o t .

tDr' met t rate of lfen per cent.

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: H ;- I which- : an "-/dl'll to giard., and that tojiress it at the alternative j would, us, and ay, without tne smallest hesitation, THE FLORIDIAN. Mexican journal* of Corwhfli peerk,.>,
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'i of wl i hare
: _. l4 far greater; part of ib inhabitants : 1 B t..sr5uiUli'I which v.is nif.rxisle ( render almost! certain the final doptlon of the that Mr. Wilmot! or Mr. Giddings could have the demonstration WadYby Mr. day st Lni :
it urgency
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pure I then ti' exist, that no time :10wl d Id policy recommended by the President notwilhslanding done no more. But Mr. Holmes tells us be - -- What FonJPen tttxk ..
Chocl \3 U
li .4 tbe Cherokees, _
j elevation of character to L I? Ul .A LO It.
! t the disasters which it Ihreaten.. Committees have been properly organized.
'. or these tiews upon Ibl Sel : Americans, iD
present press - eonleeThrs
I .J ;* taw*, or any of our Southern loian tnltI1i ;Such courv, l"ttft; the sarin of an immne Lt me say to my friends on the other side ot Let us look to the Committee on Territories = are, by all Iht laws of Grvtrot entitled a r ,1 'r,
lIpeop'e a 22
\, ;; : We make. a ,.at mistake Iii supposing sacrifice of m-n and mfD.and: av.nd. the chamber (for as such I regard them for that Committee, let it be remembered, that Saturday, January. 1848. the terms of peace. Jey law fntht well _.
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1 4 are capable! of !Irottmmeut Acting differences here do not effect tlift Alwlilionists endeavored to get from Mr.inthr.1" -- -- --- they havef.tig1Ifai-lj." '
Jt. which the political our per .
d in" tl : authorized to On. WILLIAM
i..r,; i under that impression, many a:1IOl e ; o er.il the .our, sonul r rrUtrons) that they have contributed by \ ihe pledge of his consent, if elected! tn. \VF ar. announce This is (Ibe langxrap of Iht" f.ondcaDsil1! Hrw t
I Ilia already ? country
11 jrcied candidate the of
&d1 te BAILEY for office GOT.
: f.f.i M a
all the
people |
IJ\: ; t..(fewce free government on our beingentanc'rd their course to f x tbe determination not toterruinate lo allow them to control it. Let us look at that which may be considered M espmain ; IIIe nj.

.i this continent. and over the wnrd.! they had \vmi-d hate effectually aSUirs of prevented)!cticn the war without suitable indemnity in Committee, and learn how far it has been ernorof this Slate, at the ensuing! election. ascot of a large portion of the Eng]ja people. ,.
: in the I
i': the! poxvrr. I has been 1 lately urged i in a vciyicsnectable fi.id it now *1'. tn f\triC'e rum'hich oar'CC5. territory. I do not refer to your vote recog. properly" organized. What have the Aboiilionists > Mr. ACKEW, Agent of ,the Washington Monument language extorted by facts-not uttered .ut eC *J

I it.t quarter, that it I tho tuis ion ol we! This! clificul" alone gives it tie- nising the existence of war between the.Re- ; lost, and what have we gained by its I Society. respectfully notifies this community tiality for our country. It shows that the war kI

t I. ,:I ., .._ country: to liret civil an.I religious lib- clni; the: adopted, and public of Mexico and the United States. I organization under Mr. Winthrop! Tbe Committee that he will leave in the coarse of a week, and will not thrown our name into tack bad r.pute'
cisite advantage' over course lO&e
i 4 lily ox-er nil l ,% and especially over' makes it vastly! superior, even if it should! in. I xvell know that you voted xvib; a view to fur. consists of nine members ; of these rix spend that time calling on the Ladies for their sub suppose and assert. Our policy M justified ky ||,

i ..4. .' this continent-even by !f.rr. if necessary', \ of men and money to, nish immediate support to General Taylor and are prominent and undisguised Wilmot Prod.I scription lo the erection of the Monument. He returns laws of nation, as laid down by the first wniw

,r :1" It i is a ad (!!:IHIJfl. N"ne )111 a people ad- nitintaiii\'oithp same' aerifct. would, to his army, then surrounded by imminent dan. so mm. Of these sir, fire are Whigs, I his thanks to-the citizens generally for their the subject and oat conduct in battle is viotff al:
a mt
I rancedtoa high sateof mora I and J.uMteI.ec-! the UMial phra
I : 'I{ : I t'k luI'lClltnce!! arts capable iii civilized' Gov.t ronj' .- the. war. Mexico is to us a dead hiidy. and war, and that you rcmonstatcd and pro. crat to waver, still is Ihe complexion! of the subscription to do sn before he leaves. justice. What better optftien could w. desire I 'I
free t
:1 fJL .!jti.n. forming: and iniinUiuing Committee made perfectly certain by the flee it ] far
tested that
that the against interpretation being put certainly a more favorable out than
I this i is way we can cut that*enm', .
far ad. tlf General William Daliev.This .
{ ,t!( .1 trnmeut; and) among ihose xvho are so i=h 0:1'us to he corp e. cor upon your votes. nut since it passed, and the Whig mf'mt.f'rs-all whom are Represenla.tves .: famed by many of our Whigs, if we Bay take Il&tr
had the good UIi gentleman ha to
4 indeed have requested us announce himas
i \8UCf veryfrxv In this! line of policy I look war was rpco nised. most of you have continued ( from Free States. The majority of the party speeches as evidence of what they"believe.
t; :i ; 1; firtuie to l l.ri; % constitutions capable of I JII.J recommending made of the a candidate for Governor. We do so very cheerfully .
Committee from Free
of but those ofn' ( to vote for appropriations, to prosecutethe up The paper we quote from
the interest* Mexico, to goes fnrlher.ani
not to .hew
fact in the : frankly that he is first choicefor
remarkable political ; confessing our
rane, It is a xvhea the prosecuting it was States, pledged to the Wilmoi Proviso! We that-it would be the
war, object merest prejudice
freeciinstitutional irown country, and to the preservation ofts that We understand be has and i ineo,,.?,.
of that there is a office. received from
| hi ,
: man scaicely)
I t"rJ With' avoxved to be to acquire territory as an indem- c-rtainly are very far from agreeing with Mr. : lencyia Europeans to cont'emn! our
; 1 (; ., which Las:been the free tlIu1a inctituti'c: me. I. various quarters of the State earnest solicitations tat policy Uwi ,
o\'nmr. is all in all. If that! niy.: Now, I cannot see how the two can be Holmes l hat such a Committee is properly Mexico. As tn taking part of Mexico for
IJ i indei
J .i' xvork excluively of foresight and x\fsd will be but reconciled-hoxv you can refuse to take indemnity organized" any t it says : For proposing to retain their
I hav" all !been the resuh! of presened. every thing prsen.tc; numerous friends he has determined to do so. Ilia held apo,
n frlunal. fir it ourselves
if |lost ail will lust. To it. it is, in territory, when you have voted means contrary, so as regards we are the Northern part ol California where is
: t. li preserve the
: combination:; : of circuniitances.: It is n very such indemnity. free lo declare that its organization is not onhiimrt'per name ij thus presented to the people] and it is for 4stg
I.t for the of entitled
of moderation to throw the first
I of: i indispensable to adopt a course express purpose stone at them ?
: dimVuU tak constitution worthy them decide whither he other shall l'ot
i to a but to or some
j mil able under- in the nvsl and violenl preside
and! justice! fowarJs all other countries ; toavoid I The p I'plc.arp. not to ; open Prance, while it retains the Paginate en
federal baDd
i! Iwing; called so. This adnirable; : conttitution disregard of the high functions with the dis. over them as the next Governor of Florida. one
combi4 \\heneveritcan be avoided ; to stand why you should vote money so profusely and Algeria on the other; not Prussi,. while it hid:
of our is Ibl result: of such a to ind'emnity, and refuse to take it xvheu charge of which he was entrust "d. So far as I We know of no man fitter for the station all thi fast the Saxon
continue get
let those province not Russia
causes now operating ; while
:. :; :' nation. It is stitnrrior to tbe wisdom of any great hence has been regards the Chairman of that Committee circumstances considered. Gen BAILEY h ;, \ it to work and which, by the mere operation ol' obtained ; and public opinion ,,I at Warsaw ; lot EntrUnd, while it retains half
v or all of the men by hose agency was to the conclusion not to Caleb B. Smith, it i if only to P long in the country, and his done good service in its if.
elevation brought 1I0 decidedly necessary say colonies
time, will raise our country to an to say nothing of India."
'1 .X made. l'be force of circumstances, not terminate the without 'territorial indemni. that the Abolitionists of the district which he behalf in its early, as well as in its later struggle Why, thn
'. an-1! influence which no has ever heretofore war should we have such fear of the
;} J foresight! or xvindotn, induced.. them to adl'ft country such tr. But if such indemnity; is to be had with. represents! in Congress withdrew their own I He is a permanent citizen a firm and staunch man, ? of (foretnl
If in
; attained. fly pursuing a course ers we, a just war" only do that which
J '. J imny, ot"I its provisions.: and out involving the hazard (.f conquering the candidate, at ,the late election, expressly for whose large interests are identified with the inter other
we succeed: in combining greatness nations do for the mere take cf
: .:1 Rut of the few nations who have been FO'i may : with country, xxiih all the dingers to xvhich it xvould! the pitrpot; of not hazarding the election oj rests of the Sate. No one within its limits wouldhave aggrandizement.
4' iil'N\tho highest possible greatness why should we tremble to what
: ij" fortunate as lo adopt xvise in institutions, .ti ; of libert and do expose tlq. we must riecide whether xve shi'.l Caleb B. Smith, who has pledged himself to, greater reason to rejcice in the prosoerity ol they may thick
the measure more of act ? To condemn
largest ) our Uf, would be to
2 .1Jf f-wer have had IbeIs m long to preserve I' : ,thascontinent adopt a defensive position or not now-this sinan the main principles of the Liberty Par. the State, nor greater reason to use his best exertions aehtow.
them than to liberty by cur example, over ledge their own wickedness, for that which
4 :: them. I is harder to preserve to (1'10 and the world; generally, than: would very ses'ion. It will, ii all {..ossibility be too ly.!" to promote its prosperity. The motives whichare we ire
I 't' : the forced to do in the honest ef
; .1.ail JJfrtJ.fer )ears prosperity: done thou-and victories. It be, late at the next.I We have only one word to add, and that re.lates supposed to operate most strongly upon mao, nr right
by a may have done without
J ofen
held i is too reasonable
:.- tenure Iv } hit ; pentiinents that I find I have now, Senator, delivered my sentiments to the correspondence between Mr. united with the dictates of patriotism and a proper excuse or pro.
' : : !: rrutfu'; and I fear, 8laos, that such is I in expressing in the these breasts :of those me. I with fievdom and candor upon all the Winthrop and Mr. Paltre,. Every one has I State pride. would conduce to urge him to a wise,, cation. We my rest as Ured that,whatever Lrrtpi

I'i :. tin case nIb UI. There is no solicitude: ihe now Iff-o.response:t must be attributed to the! aruunr f.nIIat} I I questions: connected with these resolutions. I read that correspondence. We have never judicious and safe administration of our atfjirs.: nations may say against us as l. this war, it wfll Mprmpted

I ,rr :'mut lii>rty. I was not so in the early first I I am growing ol-J, and tint my principles and propose nothing noI."", if I find that I will attached I the smallest consequence to it.Great .- These considerations, taken in connection with his mere by jealousy. than by any nspcin
tlavs of the Th.n was t that our country is in the
.I :. itIIIic.; ". The i maxim thn !' feelings! belong to a peiiud of thirty or thirty. be supported: I will move to raise a committee credit is given to Mr. Winthrop for re- ample qualifications to discharge the duties of the wrong.

..1 olijecl vas, ibut of" i is aixravs Mealing from the j i fixeear* anterior II the present date.! It is to deliberate upon the subject of the defensive ising; to make the pledge required" of him by office would seem to point tf him as a suitable person Son ifor the People.We have received the fint

:.._ |1ower the first tim I have ventured in Mr. Palfrey.} But did Mr. Winthrop give nc I to discharge ,the duties cf the office he seeks.
1 lo tie .tll price of liberty! is I not, h.wc\.tr, line.The number ot' this wtrk, published in Philadelphia
leU; ,
I perpetual many : vigilance.! Thrn no question of I th,'ir maintenance to stand: alone on this floor. opportunity is favorable! while: there pledge ? .1I votes arc on record. JVj, What say our cotetnporarie* ? What say the people GEO. B. ZCIBER & Co.. conducted by ALBIIT G.EMCXICK .

I :: ;. Hiiymagnitufie! came up in which the first in- When (;c'n. Jackson, some years: since, duringthe are so many officers from Mexico now in the speeches are in print. If they hare not been I ? \Ve wait to.hear some response before speaking Professor of Music. The work is illas-

I ci'bn, ( opinion would! be ofgreat value in srifh as to inspire confidence in course, more fully.
of l.is
litter my
ij'iiry was no', I[< it constitutional ? .i il it part admini.ratiol, recom- I t trated by numerous engravings and each number
t J consistent with our frle popular! insiifuJions! ?" mtrnJod to Congress to i$"iie letters: of marque: determining on the one to be adopted. If the nothing that I could gel up fur the occasion,in contain* a variety of the most popnlar songs set to

, .. } and reprisal against Trance: I stood alone in course of policy which I have suggested should! the shape of pledges or declarations of purpose, Mr. Calhouti's Speech.
nnsic. is
It in
i: : ;y Iioxv is. to tT.c our :'jbety! ? It is flt.i t'11 published monthly numbers, of 43
; 1 I b adopted! not immediate- ought to dn ,'0. The Abolitionists For the gratification of our readers we publish
? xve
mv place: here, and raised voice against it, may get peace were very
! : : M now. Qupfrliuns: i,f the greatest magjiitu my pares, at ZSjernts per number, or three dvllart
.i t j i The still continue forsome time unreasonable! to better this week, to the exclusion of much else. Mr. CAL- ;*r
rn.d tl. I ly. war require or a
| on the! Te v.i5 j jht cause of nriy ; expect
!ti aro ii'''.v dicu i .sfd xvithout reference: or ; tat ni year. It i i. a work which will male a valuable
; .> W wi.h her t in entering intu lie i I bnt, be ,that as it will it xvi.1 accomplish pledge! than this ; and if they did allow themselves HOCN'S great speech, delivered in the Senateon the ac-
.c Uitfltj tliee xital consiJfrations. I have < ; 1J treaty quisition the piano in every prior,and is
; .t- : to or Ir: o'd: claims agaiiiithT. ; i! all important: oi.j"ct-xvill extricate tho conn. for a moment, to Io"o their confidence 4th inst. It win be frond worthy cf the feme c< equally
fact that the jl"ri' ciliZt'J
Iiimt'ii of.en xviih tie! Iii i i suited; tn either Ii ;
; s'd from its with Mexico.frou in Mr.! Winthrop. "his conduct since his elevation the distinguished Caroiir.isn.fJAs cun-.grauorpJ ItVighly
t-Ili! : rf I'rarce r.J l.is Miii'crs! try entanglement
f. y_ iliscus; ioiis .fth' gitat ij'jestions in xvhichw: i :; : deserve, as we doubt net it will receive the popular

are IITV ;n. az..d, rtlatl. to tLc ori:i-i aid I'I declared! to o'ir :.Minuter t"t! it required: a ae fiat.'. t.';Jlfirury, IC.'A ;:"t. to the Speaker's! chair shows that therewas : an unanswerable reply to remarks in !he
in the favor.The
ve of:the! Chinli-rs! to nrtke: the upproprit. no jmicr. suspicion, and that Mr.
.- -t ibc cIll/t.:this xvar. their ftFt-ct 0:1: the ::IR.! II'JLM! ; : I::.' IX'I.\! \.\TO: \. has vindicated the last Sentinel on Mr. HOLMES letter, &c., we publish Union .Magazine.-We have before us tit
; fr aI..I] i1'iv ui; the t tin:: t.) car-y it i-ito efTrct ; and that they wee Winthrop assertion that no first number of the 2d volume of the Union
il.lioa p'nJ.I'1 I Magazine
. li! "jjpj readers the Charleston to that
: I' We l.avi j.i"! to our the explanation cou'd! do to indicate hiscourse Jfacury'a answer genleman'
their new pledges more
: l.is scarcely ailuded to. aliLougii! : their no fj.-tLer. res-ponsli.le: : to us* iictethrts of Literature and Art," published ;ia New York
1' .el of :)l Ir. !Iohnas, in relation! to him I than: his votes on record and his communication. It is a thorough aad complete -
to induce them to do This all! ,
': 1 -aring in that ie pect is so cirectand dixas"J -1 F( was conduct d'iring: the election !for peakar of ,lie "speeches in print." exposure of the sballownen! cl the reasons by IsRAEL PO'T, and ed.ted by Mrs. C. }I. luxL .

: ;j- irtnis. TlI'oahl.. in lrtr.a '! have communicated: to our I'xccutive, and ,the treatr3CC"J'I Mr. HOLMES for his _>-p, one of our most celebrated Jirt'rar.111'rilrn,
So far ire the ejection
C'JUI'S giren by
present as WB are concerned We that it would have cure
to been
I and ratified with this condition aitarb'd. i repeat us,
been the and J of discus- -
: :: great leading (. aiJi.'ttd by a sctre of ,tie pcpclar writers oi the
topics ill.
Mr. llolr.i-s'! letter hould Lave been submitted agreeable! to leave Mr. Holme's of Speaker. What a pity it is that our nei; bor
firm and vvoilJ aloe others have had And yet the Pc"iJ"/t. although he explanation
; a! J The work is bard cafly gotten and is tinWIi
hi: confluents without had not this article before he the up
; to comment sen penned
wit bout And such many
. ihs most poweiful eflect arousing ,the attention | adi>iifd that the King and his Minister had I eomme ,certainly, ,
l H ,'! fjy!! redenacJ their pledgo to use their !best from 11', if it were not that Mr. Holmes reem should! have been our course, had it not been fine things which ab.und in his notice of the letter hed with a number beautiful engravings, and a
of the Rut other :
t country. now tnplct' I to indulge! the opinion that e have prejudgej ofMr. HOLMES.We plate t the latest fashions. The price it $3 prannum. -
I for the reference Mr. Holmes! has made
the to
efTirts obtain
occ'ipv; the attention of Co.igrecs and of the !: ; necessary appropriation, I .
j him in the matter. There was nothing ether; h \r dn the
leconitnended the adoption ofthe OIIUf e c not approve conduct of
: ('ountr-militaJ glory, extension of the II measure'. said intended ii the few remarks with Wilful flnta trmnfll. We will act :a, zprt. for eilaero/the above works
er-I i or Ir. Holme and have
which I have alluded, and which would have now briefly staled' the
and the of the ,
pire: aggrandizement (
notice on the fourth of the bit Sentinel
which this matter was brought to the noticeof rage
: To L what is this great change lo be attributed! i been tantamount to xvar. r"rtua'cIj the I Mr. Holmes! that warrants this I circumstances which in our judgment, justify an article headed" Mr. Holme and Winthrop.,% If there be any thin; peculiar' in Mr. Winthrop'sopinions .
: opinion.We that
; is :it because there haI.ben a dec.iy: of! thel. J (;Io\enmei.t of Great Britain, I disapprobation. on the Slavery qnesrion it i. hat
l the truth
: which contains statement to
I' informed! him of the dssali: faction a so contrary ,
I simply views and natieailon
his are peculiarly expanded
;: of the ? I think sition prevented it. This example, I f ar, has
fpiril libeily among peopl which existed here, and suggested to him the From the Orleans Delta. that we will take the trouble to expose it. The ar- that subject, as compared with those of aiar-
*\ ..,. I beievc! that it was IH \t more ar contributed much to jiive the strong: ttodercy, I propriety and necessity of making such explanations tile ia from the Richmond H'Aig although it bearsno teenth-twentieths, of the people ol the ncD-slatc-
l. dent. The true is that Lave we have since witnessed, to icsort to ANTI.REPUDJATION.Jritheyear States."
cauSe we ceased \bib I as would be satisfactory. Thcr credit in the Sentinel. The article from theJ7ii holding
I to remember the 'tenure by which liberty menace onJ force in the settlement of our Jif- 1641the Union Bank Florida, this The above is from an article in the last Snat ttl
was nothing in this which should tare been ; $ ha? paragraph :
'1' alone be have had l lerences with other i for the the interest in Lon. To its extract the to?.
. can preserved.Ye so powers. deemed exceptionable.. Holmes, hoxv ( purpose paying -I It ha* been said, Indeed-and the Richmond En- expose gross deception we
/ of > eriij passed I don on the bonds of the then of Florida Charlottesville .lefl msonian. Re- lowing from the Richmond Enquirer of the 8th vut.
: I many len pro >| -; through s, According I to my opinion, all parties: are in. ever, submits his explanation not only lo bill Territory quirer, Lynchburg
.' many difficulties and dangers without. the loss terc&ted in a line of policy which will issued as the capital of the Bank,) created publican, and perhaps other Locofoco papers in Vir- M Mr. Winthrop had been in the chair bat a short
.! 'i fr li''. that l to think that adopting I constituency at large, but also to ourselves; sundry notes, bearing interest at the rate nfl,, hare nt hesitated to bring up the fact in time: before he had an opportunity to show hew
.:., erty- we begin xve with, ceitainty disentangle us from the flairs i and although we would prefer avoiding the post. judgment against hita-that on Mr. Winthrop'amotion II expanded and national his views on slavery art.

'; *,"*! 1 Lei I'1 1 it Ly rigLt Divine, from Heaven itself.: I of .Mexico, and avoid the great sacrifices of discussion altogether! xve shall certainly not of eight per cent., which were indorsed by ,that very Proviso was inserted:in tbe Oregon From tie time of the repeal cf the 21st rule ordering .

".1 ? :* Under this imprc iou, without ,thinking! or men money, and the many other: evils tow shrink from it when forced on us. We did noapprove each one of the Directors, pledging his individual Territorial bill,\.hichlast winter, after passing the abolition petitions to be laid upon the table ia

*.t.. reflecting, xve plunge into war, contract heavy'ft' I alc war exposes us. Let me ay to of Mr.I Holmes' before his responsibility The post-notes were House of Representative fell by the non-action of. favor of which repeal Mr. Winthrcp vuted it has
my course ex
I debts sold in London tbe Senate. Indeed t We marvel that any foutfiern been the practice of the House, as for a long time
increase of the at cent. discount;
i tat'I.the patronage friei.dj who the Administration their twenty per
support in plana'inn! and we do not ofit since.- Locofoco should revive a reminiscence in
"* approve paper before it had been oflhe Senate, to lay alt such petitions
; -?. lxc'cutivt: and indulge in every species of policy: that if and if and the interest paid to the London holders of which not of them so far as we know
)you persist peace Fome We have already given our opinion of Mr regard to one on the table, without debate or reference to a
: \; ,. extravagance, wi'hout thinking that we expo good fortune should not be obtained, the war Winthrop and if xve understand the defenceof the Florida bonds. Subsequently Union has ever bad the candor or the courage to tell its committee. A few days sinct, the House was sip-

j I ,;. .! e our liberty lo hazard. It i is a great andil' will on from to and xvill be ; Bank became a wreckand so did almost everything readers the whole truth-as not one ef them we posed to be equally divided upon a motion to lay
go year year you :[r. Holmes, it rests on these grounds : 1st
i 'fatal mistake. Tho day of retribution xvilli : else in the Territory. By various decisions apprehend, will ever do. They are prompt enoughto one of these petitions en the table, and the Speaker
trterly: as a party. Da you not see that :Winthrop has been successful in de. that Mr Winthrop prOposed this Proviso .
! proclaim promptly voted against laying on the tab? and
and xvben it d awful will be Ihelv it has been settled that indorse like these
$ come ; wn. that itseflectin reference internal affairs bill but dare not add that
our feating the Wilmot Proviso in (the Massachusetts to the Oregon ; they favor of the reference, thus throwing open the door
\' reckoning, and heavy the responsibility somexhere. is to rj"e! you into a course of policy directly Whig Convention 2d, that by the on sealed instruments: are not legally bound. more than TWFNTY SOUTHERN LOCOFOCO Congress and its committee !. the discussion and
: j \ to that which base The New York Journal of Commerce states i REPRESENTATIVES. SOME OF THEM FROM consideration cf abolition petitions. And this is
f contrary you professed tosupport I Mr. Holmes \Ir. Win
J; I have now shown, Senator*, that the conquest and in of that which have course pursued by that an agent hat recently come over with VIRGINIA, VOTED FOR IT, while about Of many not all. The next da* it was frond that there wuno
f.\'or you elected, and the Aholhionifts defeated their at niott of them, .
xvas c
more were entftom at $ tie. But the Speaker was not satisfied with this
*- ; Mexico, and holding it as a sutjc.ted charged your opponents with supporting. You ;" 3J, that by it, ,the Committees have these notes, and: visited the indorsee, who is ihrtifdly suspected hating purposely tritJuIratrn -he, against the practice of former Speakers, votr!

( 1 J1' province, or incnrporatinl it into our Union, have: ever ed to oppose, as a party, a been properly &niz'd, and Mr. Palfrey, Mr hue, notwithstanding; t they were legally exonerated ('as Mr. Holmes withdrew the election of Speaker to make it a tie, and thus defeat the motion to lie ra

'*f- i is liable lo many irresistible objec- national Iruc., charge x our with I and] had received no personal benefit ,) in enter that the Proriio, for vhich they were the table. This showed that the vote, with all cf
'; opponents Giddings and Mr. Tuck excluded from the ito.portar.t
: tions assigned in the first resolution. I have being its advocates. But what I ask the from the mgotiation, settled the matter by- not told enovsh to vote, mi'ht pass by their refusal its consequences, was a labor of love.**
are Committees anxious to f Now ask
they wOre so to their names we respectfully
. s; .si shown that the policy recommended by clFects of the war in this respect ? it not control. We are to ,that not one paying sixty-six per cent. oftheir face, amounting those Southern Journals that denounce Mr. Win- Very expanded" and national indeed, are the

:I % the I're&iJent, i carried out, would terminate, to create: an immense national debt,I greater of these reasons now sorry exits iu say fact. So far as to about $!OOO. This item would be throp for proposing the Proviso, why have kept so opinions of Mr. WINTHROP on the subject of slavery.

$ in all probability, in its conquest, and holding than that hich the which worth appending to some oflhe English tirades profound a silence in relation to the course pursued
part'lo are
\ you opposed relate to acts then! and
l. : t;' it M by the Mr.
any inducement to holmes! they are entirely one-hall VOTING FOR IT.
t- .: *f that such is th.opinion (ii' the President him- policy, 'had ,they been in The in So for as w? know, there are but three masks
j power. campaign different from xvhat Mr. Holmes and the other half in REFUSING TO VOTE AT
.J elf I I unless I in the I meant.me be obj suppo Till MEXICAN! WAR. cut for ending the war,short of extinguishing
r f peace car on xvhich you look so lightly, will addto ses. So far as they Lave since transpired ALL, in order that its adoption mishit be secured ?
tained. Believing then that this line of If it objectionable" in a .'.orthtTTa the lationolity cf Mexico. One is, to withdraw
"- ; policy it a sum more than half as great as the cn.tire and to be considered as the expectations that That (tie existing war between this country was !<> peculiarly
.*. ":* might lead to so disastrous, It7ti% to offer that proviso how much more so frcm the There are a few ultra
consequences debt of the Revolution. You have leenoppos.d Mr. Holmes ind ilged in from the and Mexico, has been conducted in the most altogether ccuntry.

:;*.|,- i ii I ought not, in my opinion, in the J language of to the extension of the patronage of election] of Mr. Winthrop, as, they resulting Lave been ut- extraordinary and unprecedented manner, its was adoption it in nearly by their fitly vote Souttiein in its Lotofoeos favor or to by secure their whig partisans who advocate this policy ; but they

: -. the second resolution, to be adopted. Thus the Executive, at least in profession. But this IcrJy fahifircJ.Ir.. Holmes may say, J Jtkougld I ,there can be no doubt. We arc assured by equally effectiVe silence. The Charleston Mercury are not sustained by the great mass of the party. It

: thinking I cannot give it my support. The war i is doing more to enlarge his patronagethan Mr. Winlrop suppressed the Wilmot the French and English papers ; and surely indeed denounced these Southern Loeofoco Wilmet is impossible not to.yee that such a course would be
I question is then What should be Proviso men at the time ; but no other Southern administration disastrous national character. One of the
presented, other policy which the French and English governments, whom upon our
any your opponents Proviso in Massachusetts: ; but that Mr. Win. echoed its anathema. Why, it
done. It is a great and difcul question, could have adopted. You profess to be in faor throp did not d<> so, i is beyond all dispute..Mr. .- these papers appear to represent, ought to needs no ghost paper from the grave to tell." great men among the Whigs, Mr. JOHXSOX, of Marjland -
: a and daily becoming more so. who have know all about have had declared ia the Senate of the United
; of a metallic currency. Do you not eee Holmes may say, I erpectcd Mr. Win- it. They more exicrience Capitals and italics are the IVhigs own. has ,

5 '*t usedery efr in my power to prevent this that', with the inctease of stocks and Treasurynotes throp would have defeated! the Abolitionists, than we have ; and are enabled, Now, what will our neighbor of the Sentinel say, States that be i is against it, because it will be da

'1.**:* war.I might excuse myself from answering it, you are in danger of being plunged and have, in my judgment, ]>roj>erly organizedthe through their extraordinary facilities, to do the when we inform him that the above which he has honor to our country. Fir the same reason all democrats

*:i : :Uu J leave it lo those I wJIa"e incurred greater again into the lowest depths of the paper sy*. Committees : but Mr. Holmes cannot nay whole work of war in the most civilized style. endorsed by publication, is a tissue of taiirepre!eb- cf tbe true stamp are opposed to it. We mist

:; j* ',.", lesponsibility in relation lo i it., But I xvillI tern 1 You, a a party} have advocated the that Mr. Winthrop has so done. Mr. Win- We should by all means copy a leaf or two tations from beginning to end ? What will the not hour our heads as with shame, and retura home,

:I P ..? unt brink from any responsibility where the doctrine of free trade. Do you not see that, throp never did, during his political life in the; from their l look. Suppose we compare our country think of a party which resorts to falsehoodto wearing the visage and mien of the vanquished.-

4.'}. ; _* :. safety of the country or its institutions are at by the x-at increase of expenditures of the State Massachusetts, make a movement adverse conduct and theirs. extricate itself from the consequences of its own The true patriot's heart rejects this policy as on*

ttake. and the heavy interest which will In the first were silly enoughafter the consideration of free and
t country you to the principle of the Wilmot Proviso.On pucexvc act in electing Mr. VmarnaorSpeaker ? Yet so it worthy a high-misjded
The first consideration in what have to on the public debt he battle of Resaca la Palma to suffer the
(1' determining pay you are crea. the contrary, he has been its firm, talented, is. Not a solitary Southern Locofoco Representa people.
'11"f line o|Klicy, in the present state of things, ting the necessity: of increasing the duties on and unyielding advocate. Surely Mr. Holmes! lying Mexicans to get off with whole skins. tive" voted for the :anti-slavery proviso offered by The second mode of operations, is, to take a line

ii: ought to be adopted, is to decide what line imports to tbe highest point that revenue will will not refer us lo ,the action of Mr.J Winthropin Wit didn't we follow the example of the no. Mr. WJNTHROP when the Oregon territorial bill and defend it. This is Mr. CALHOUK'S advice. It

&'I4., will most effectually guard against the dan. admit, and thus depriving the country of all the tho late Whig Convention in Massachusettsas bc! English army, which dro'e'tbousandi of under consideration. Instead ol Southern meets with very little favor from anv party. It is

'; r.. gers which I have shown xvould result from practical benefits of free trade, and preventing the evidence of his hostility to thin Wilmot ho Sikhs into ,the rivermercifully giving them was Locofocos" fur it, Southern WHIGS voted opposed because it is believed that it would greatif

.f"':r the conquest of Mexico, and the disastrous the government from making any material re. Proviso ? Do xvn not know, does .ot everyone he choice of drowning or tbe bayonet, and for it-three voting of whom were from Mr. CLAT'S own protract the war, and give it the character of a br
a ( would] follow it. duction, until the whole debt is which thus ferociously I massacred thousands of unre-
'ou&lencesbich know, that the Wilmot Proviso i was unanimously Statt' viz Messrs. GRIDER THOMPSON and WHITE. der war, which history describes to be OM of the

tt\ I. After the most mature reflection which I cannot be expected during this generation 1 1 adopted at that Convention And, istiiig menxvho implored in vain for pity The fourth. : man was Baxncr.zofMaryland. These. greatest of evils. Besides, it is not made clear \M

; i have been able lo give to the subject, I ahi oft What would jour opponents have done more, moreover, lliat'Mr.J Wintrop opposed the resohition In the second place, xxe were wicked alll the members from slaveholding States who the expenses of the war would be lessened muck

t c4" pinion now, and havn: l been from the first, or even as much, to destroy a system of policy of Mr. Palfrey, which xvas intended to enough to release the large number of prison- were voted ( the incorporation of Mr. WInTHROPSProviso No time can be seen when we night expect a peace.

: g; that tbe only mode "by which it can be cer- which you claim distinguish yon from them, pledge (be vote of .lassacliuseiiam against any ers obtained at Vera Cruz. Why did we not or Bill. But member from These considerations, in connection with the sup

: K1. uinly guarded against t ic to take the question and to establish Ibat which ) ou allege to Lethe candidate for the Presidency or Vice Presidency .lo ui tho Fiench in Algeria, with the Arabs the North into voted the Oregon against it, and that one man was CHAS_ i, posed impracticability rf the scheme, prevent itS

indemnity in our own hands-to occupy de. reason why they should be excluded frompower xvho might bs a slaveholder! on the manic< -put them all, men, women and children, the of adoption by those in authority, and also deny it tb

'li-nsivcly, and hold subject to negotiation, a 1 Has not and will not this war policy, ground that it was inexpedient as a Whig into a great cave, and there roast them alive 1 INGEPSOLL, who was rejected by Whigs sanction tf the people.
l I. if .rlhted, in effectually! and obliterate San Juan d'Ulua would! have made the Senate, at its last session,as Minister to France.and ,
portion of the territory Mexico, xvbich we p finally moccmenl? Did 'il I r. Winhlrop say I the Provisowas a capital exulted in Mr. ASH The policy advised by the administration, and
he line of which whose rejection was by
d ein ample to cox-er all claims ( |policy you have insisted as unconstitutional ? Did he Mr. Pal- lake oven.
proper say which, we doubt not, will be> carried cut is,to con
his due in
: 111) her, and which ill lx best suited to u* distinguishing from them ? Why, then, to frey's proposed proscription was unjust 1 Did In the third place, we were mad enough, MAN, Whig,of Massachusetts, as consequence "- tinue an energetic prosecution of the war in the heart

f ':" to acquire and I least d.sadrautagcous! lo her to 8avejuurselve, ft urn such a result(, do you hesitate he speak a word t forthu; H-tvehoIuhig States ? when xve captured the city Mexico, to cause of" bin uniform subserviency the South, : of Mexico. By sending expeditions to the different

,t. Jose. Such xihn the to adopt the course of policy I have he ublic palaces and public records to be as he termed his fidelity the Constitution. !
; xv.is my impression ug. No. 'ria" Wimot! Piovi&n, ai an article: of political |- i States and taking their important towns by acquiring
t 1. inewage t>f ihe President: oflhe United Slate gifted, us the only certain: means of prevent belief wis adopted by that very Convention protected, and to prevent our soldiers from pillage These facts may be found set forth in Congressional the control of the rich mines of the country, na

,.t" iccommended to Congrem the! recognition! ing thesIs and other evils, and thin danger to ; and Mr. Winihrop only opposed the tapine, and other excesses. Why were I documents and thus easily do we scatter to appropriating to own use the

.t the existeiic.sm the star xvil'i Mexico. My o. \\lrch our institutions are exposed ? The pride policy urging the further proscriptive pledge not our forces instructed( to act after the fash- the winds the misrepresentation of our opponents. by ctipplirg which cr have been used our to maintain the

:, xicxv&t thai time, as lo tP proper course Inli .*f opinion: may resist. I know the difficulty, that A
: pursued', was to vote tJot supplies to rescue and refpoct it, with which we yield measures of their creed. :, Washington, during (their last war with us 1 army may which tb c7

\: (:eti. Taor! and Mi army 'from the dangers hatc have advocated, even when time has' Mr. Holmes then tells us Mr. Winthrop Ve should, by nil manner of means, have II Aid and Comfort.** of enemy the whole to terms,-conquering will force a its peace authorities, to fl'

xvLich shown them to I.e But true I ted the executive and public offices, The New Orleans Delta states that the speech Mr. country
< surrounded them, and take time to wrong. magna. was elected, and the Abolitionists defeated I" palace main this policy!.
nimtly and the highest honor command that the records and stolen CUT made at Lexingttn, in which he denounced us. The objection urged against
1. letermine xvhetb xve should recognize the we Would to Heaven it were so f nut the recent destroyed public every' Mexico there will

) lj xvnr or rwrf. IJjtd i been adopted, I would should abandon them when they threaten toIe jvents in Congress show that Mr. Holmes! has, thing xve could lay our bands on. Ihe 1ftr with Mexico, deplored the existence of that if we so completely with prostrate which it would be sate to

I..E insisted ion raising a provisional army, injurious instead of beneficial to the coun- !been cruelly mistaken, and that instead of being The 'truth is that our unhappy nation has slavery and avowed himself opposed to its further be no government bet into

;i: to IN collected at some proper point and to try It would do great credit to the party in defeated, the progress of the Abolitionists, sunk into the depth of barbarism, and seems : extension, or in other words, avowed himself in favor make a treaty, and we would have otherwise to lake U sh

bo trained and difipJhut to postpone power lo adopt the policy now, in reference to I under the lead of Mr. Winthrop, has been on. to be ult.-rly'unable to attain that refined civIlization of the Wilmot Proviso-(hi* speech has been out own hands, annex her. or do fail. tf

; the declaration war unli Congress of be war, of taking indemnity into our hands, :ward and steadily progressive. Shall we refer which characterizes Fiance and Eng. extensively circulated throughout Mexico, and bas might deem best. ITe think the objection make .

t Mexico, in wliich, according to her cnsiru.liou .iy assuming a defensive position, which, it can to the remarkable casting votes of Mr. land. She will improve no doubt, in process created, as every body expected it would, a lively government in Mexico has yet dared the to indignatio peace.lest *

I the war'making power resided, should! hardly be doubled, they would have done when Winthrop ? To the vole on the question of of f time ; but at present, her condition is lamentable. sensation among the Mexican They do not di. it might be overthrown through made to f "

I b, todiMrovvthe intention of making he war was recognised, if they had foreseen laying these Abolition Petitions on the table .-Tlie John Donkey. guise their hope that the predominance of the of the people. But if the people are be

aJo'e and lo adjust all differences between the difficulties and dangers to which it baa led. -conservative practice set aside by his vote, whig party in this country will result in tbe withdrawal the weight of the war, if public authority off psfl.th tit

us It would be noble sacrifice of individual 1 The editor of tbe National in from Mexico. What a cwn- lyzed by our arm*, public resource* cut SO
t": the I Iwd contriel. But, if tbe refused, a and such petitions now made matter for discussion Intelligencer, of our \rnvp sbaIlPt

I ,','eo. then I would bare advised to seize, byway pride to patriotism. 7' To the vote on, the slave] trade in conclusion of a long article in favor of Mexico taunt is this on the course of the wbig part Al- will become impossible th*t.tbe people then $!

n( pr4'i? ', thft portJoa of f her, territory In asserting that the only alternative: I Is be. the District of Columbia 7 In fact, to,every -which be call a review of tbe President's moil every act of their u a party since the commencement feel the infliction to be heavy elf-defeocejbp one *

; f which'.,''tnigkt elect! ;*nd bold i defensively! ween the policy recommended by the Prc i. tote, without a single exception, given by Mr. Me.sage-la": of the war, hw been in opposition to it, expect a change demand of flairs. In Cerene
would a
l as -bare-just Itated.'Ibrtetd dfdecfarijTg dent And the adoption of a defensive position, Winthrop since his election as Speaker, on "We have filled vacant space. tbe'ineY table tendency ef which coarse ba been ple peace. theaoy / s
: mainl1'for Iare done because I' Nature abhors a"vacuum"-and Patriotism depreti tHe ardor of our eitirwt, and exalt the fear to make peace*would
'fr.iaUysgnbt; bets and that !the belIeve tbe voice"oTie any proposition affecting the question of slavery to by the orf**y f
the force ( publicTopinlon
I fef scdiigtha very dangers against country Las \croc&My Rgainit If, ; ? \Ve have Mr. Wiothrpp'n ,votes before i A vacuum tojilkd.-Boston Post. hopes of tlie enemy. Hence the publication in tie o

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elamIN', t. .u( ene. .N&fiooal .uftetill; For the Floridian. -A Yankee in a Cellar.-A crai nabob ,"* i .- bleLands and'NfTOe: for eRiAiE; SALSS.7ILL : : f:

what denies. Shall we Bare a state Coureotlon f living not a hundred miles frm Beacon rT'qlE udit iata pl the Sale.
: for ptstion jjow
I :.oa1& pin us JL hate established BOA RDINCSCHOOL
There This is the street, advertised for a servant, and a bright a THE HRST MONDAY IN FEBRUARY j;
nil policy we think will b tried. wl1.b subject begining to agitate pob- at"the heantiiuf aid healthy location of ON

in Congress in its favor,to authorize lie mind. The bear approach of the time specimen Yankee genius accordingly presented Orange Hill CountFborids, with the will be sold in Monticello for cash, .'
> Wahingo the f.JowinK Slaves : 8.
oug His satisfactory j ja
were "
adoption. As a party j the whip have n policy when owing to the geographical extent of our bimelf view of Classical Academy. Isaac, agell 45yeafi, a first rate fiekl nth/1/ in\) \
;its they are State it will be those who a bargain was about to be The hate engaged the services of Mr. ROBERT H. and !
that for child
.this war, and the consequences is, necessary may WINBURN, a gradnate of the University North perfectly healthy ; Sarah 30 years, I 'ear S .
tnd confused bsvirg no end H be selected its our bearers in the approaching closed."Cap'n. Carolina. Hill is situated the old-(food field hand ; Henry, IS vears. plou h-bov )0. ,
jctrtered defnite standar said the Yankee "I 'spo e Orange pleasantly o and cotton picker: Harriet, 11 yean hoe-hand and! 't l
is one contest the field ; Id miles of Marianne be ffiered for sale the 7ihI
ill nt-tre imposes Holmes' Valley road.twenty west \\ at AoCliVn, rn t
They oppose\b rrf cotton-picker Julia 9 l..n.l'Otton picker ; John, C 1
1t. which they eta icnnite. Some et rn justify upon every democrat the duty of reflecting orter to tlJ you one thint.-Im a larnin' is distant thirty or forty miles from the Gulf of Mexico years Armstead.; 3) yenm and Mann 23 vers. Pt dav of March I' 4V.) at Ihe CutfftV S-le ..fHcnton ) 'oli.
point upon French and abound in the free stone water af- ; County. Ea!t Flotids4 ,.evrraitncls of Lat>d
denounce him. But t. having no upon what course it will be l heat to adopt in play on hor. purest first rite field hands and perfectly he"!thv. and! Julia | t't.1 ,
the war, and yet "Well what of that 11 inquired the old furdin: a most drliglitful and healthy retreat, in summer I al! in ( .n Tnwn.hi.p21 l, R.ftge 15, -d la T..wn.hll'( 21,
". Susan 4, and infant one family
rf tbeir ,some are for one thing, some forBotherand bringing out our candidates. Now PO far a I for the planter in the adjacent counties year. ; Rtnge21.On j.f. ,

policy there C"n. a few who wl1 aid t.bt know and believe there is not H dissentingvoice g"n'eman!! wjio" by the way, was somewhat They deem themicltfes fortunate In the selection Elita Anne ft tearscotton picker. ; Jim. Harris. Js the 1 lib dav. i>f March at the Court IbnV* Cfliium ,". i
"i b years, a plantation carpenter;C lip o. t. veiM.firsfrate : '. t tf
I if \f
.I'n no objection, you your since believe it to be of Couiitt. tracts
celt the democratic in this section toa deaf of their sitmtion. they one sundry 13'Ivwnsmp '
dmioislration in its views. I seems pretty al among field hand Eve 5, Alice 3. arid J"K'tJ.in J f
attic chamber. the t healthy locations in the State, and one at 13. Kaitge 2f.,
to mo
Mexico must submit to more heavy Contention, believing it to be the most equita- ( your veer all 1-1 one family Ktlla 2' years first rate .. .
which there few allurements to "ict"-a 13. 21.
thereforethat The servant was accordingly inducted ; are as consideration find hand Rebecca S, Toby 4, and infant I all ,, .
and year .
LIe and fair when properly
not avoid them Ly tendering TH ( organized which should be of importanceto 14, 21,
Hows, she "i and amused his time by practising on paramount in one family Primns. .V years.and Lewis, 39years. .
i : ; .
conducted,) mode of selecting candidates.Tis .- spare every parent and ,13rdian. As they purpose edncatin I- .-. 2iAt .
his cracked instrument he had tint rate field hands ; Mary Anne. 21 vears. a t'nnt"houe"'I :1" .
peace. true the lT7iffr 11, of the Federal a pur. their own chilJren, at this place, thy not .
/ ant seamstress and held h nd. Florida 5.i '
\ Madison Court liuixr, tu il urxlsy, Ibe 23J
hand auction. But ifhis intcn.l at all times to Rood and s .
chased second at only keep a ; ;
Qeerlu,.Stua. Whig party in Tallahassee, did for a time succeed and Henrietta I "ear.an in one family; Joe. q eUli. Match : ;
teacher but that board shall be obtained '
l bnua and conduct of whig leaders in imposing upon some of the Lonrst andvnvusprcting master was satisfied, the neighbors were not the most reasonable term upon rotten picker; Mary Raker.2
Krotn lb the people have been led to democrats, by con talllJ ringingin .Ofi in the stilly night, their slumbers were TERMS PER SESSWThe rook itonet;1'M'lr.:1'trf' und hnuspsetyant.hi' lamein TileS 4 (f 21, I S. t,. rc '.

for t>ne months past. invaded bydesperate at the Mellow : Elementary Department 10 00 one knee, Caroline 9.infant 1 year, all one family S W It.f 2J, 1, ,

gearth&tt tbe accidental ascendency of that party in their ears that c.ntnfions and caucuseswere horn, and Wake,attempts lady, wake. Even the I Arithmetic, Grammar Geo.aphy and HI.. ; Martin. 30 years a strong active,, and first rate a. N w 4 f ..f v I, 7. ;; .

House of Congress: \ou:1: hate 'u cfect frauds practiced upon them by their party tory 15 00 field hand, but mbject occasional! tn t'pilentlr *. NE4 lIf '< 10 7. i .

the lower disgraceful tothe rountrt. in the selection of candidates and wit being sleep of the watchman on the door steps! was N. niral: rhilfwj'liv, !he 1 ulier branch of fits ; Lucy, 2ft tears a first rate field hand Matilda KJol 1. 1. *>, ,,. -5

our war policy tel, comersant with the false tactics (If that pic.ba broken. A rmonsrancp! was mad, and Hit IMjthematic" LatinGrerkand French Betty 3. and infant, to be sold in one linvlv.ANo" WJ'J '., |ii u. J
war is very unjust-if it is the PreiJent.waf !i old the Yankee that hmu THE PLANTATION known as Case r.ianea At Jefleron Court hoUse Mont 0
lUbe themselves for to gentleman finally J.aa0l'i uu 'v, 1)1) 27th r
f.tTered once tot
wanton invasion (f M.'\. ( party, in Jerlerson county Florida containing 3 .) March "
il uegun byla : .
was t wind ofTwith the "stop waltr. ->rd can b hid at lit f o eght dollar per month
inyoIation 1lip'C! them, the conseq-jerce of which was .. acres of land of which there are about fcX) rlearev*. S. T. R. ? j .
territory by our army-it it was brtlzl.t on "I can't music said The c nd puion of this school commenced on : ,
ICIB a to Congress of the Chief of that stripe give up llfanafico upwards of 700 of which hate been in cultivation TheE4ofNV4nf 13. IS, 6C,
10th of January.
of the Constitution all the4 things h< political r.Iur htutors, Mr. E. C. and also par rnusica, and I'll tell jou bow wo'l fix the P. W 1IORNE.J the past rear j in cotton and'corn. a' E t or S W l of j-j, J, 3. .' ,

true. as asserted by the wings,certainly it would b election of a mnjority of CaLel to the it. The last fellow! I hired with u5ld to toot ), P. F.VE.'UTT.miTTOV This Plantation is sitnated ii the most d" inlile tiofNEji.f 14, 1. .: ),t t

Bathing but proper| that our forces should be ithdraw lit it in the cellar." P.M5KT.EY, part of the State being within two mil and a half a. \VJofSE4ol 14, J, 5.S.. .
Ceneral; A emb'j.! But when that party of Monticello. i. 1"
It well watered throughout,abounding a. t'
: 31. 3.
from Mexico.andjthe war ended .hy l a surrender So the Yankee retained with the sim, GEO F. RALTZEI.LJanu2ry22. 1. .
I a false i in into was in springs of the finest and rrrha'katile: t:
succeeded water seven ;
by >sties getting power H4*. '7 4, \ N Eof to, 2, 3.as t
on our part of all claim to indemnity. The people. : what was its course on that subject ? Why pie difference of his placing under ground in this healthy neichlH>rhoodf
Do believing tbletbinis. but eeing in power sirs caucus! upon cavut was the order of the instead of in the sky parlor. Land, Negroes and Furniture lor health. On it thfre is a wry pood Dwel'ins' House, :- .rourthra'h. the balance 3.'S int r" ti

tO who did or pretended to believe tlH'm.liad, day with them, until it became a cant expres- Things ,went on in this way until the old SALE. with besides piazza servants all around apartments.containing Kitchen eight Store fine rooms Room, equal annual instalments, with interest in atitamn ..M4 "

pst cause to fear the result. But i we may ;jude sion in the street: when a whig member was gentleman found his London Old Particularnd O N THE FIRST MONDAY TN rEIWIT\RY Smoke House, Bath house Spring House for Milk, Or Ate, if any purchasers, should prt-ler ((0 p.V all titl't! .: i

too prevent indications, they lee fear no longer missing that he was in caucus do not disturb Scotch Ale running short. This led loan NEXT, I will, as aceit for MM. EV.. Wirt, Xc.all in (good order and repair. The Negro Q-jar- bent percent. will be deducted from the credit iistt'a.. .t .,

ae.ote of the whig have the couraze to carry that all the entestigation, and he detected our iriend veil at public! a"lclilln. f'r cn;h. him. So that the people now see particular tract can be had .
Count*, Florid i.TUT.NTY ?NrGKOES> by applying -
ferson (( )
all of them. ; Fences. &C' are also in nod order and capable rf accommotlatine J
with ;
their professions, but not *o one day in the act of making a mouth-piece to ol the Pint Masters in BClilon .
0t clamor of their wire ]Jules on this subject was among then a first rate Carpen'er! Wheelnzht, andS one hundred negroes. There i. aNo any I cr Marion .' .

they abuse the President on account of the war, for no other purpose '. and deception, oftho neck of one of his wine.lwttles. rew-maker, a Clink and St-am.trt'I'o. and other small but unfailing water power on which there is a letter Count!, or they will be furnishedif. apnlitd lor, by %j .1t. i.

vet they will sustain him by their rotes. This is and many of them perceive the propriety, } ca You scoundrel exclaimed the nahoL.U plantation hands ; and the tract 'f land known as Grist Mill now in operation. TER, AT peit-paul TALLAHAesEY, addressed. F to. RIJA.a THE" STATS Rcoi. : -I p .

whigs in will do. What are doing the Fountain tract, containing !:2P at-res :djninin"Ihelanrh Also on (Ihe sale of Ihe Plantation will be "'<1d ) '
whalnany I you
Cont. | the necessity of a Contention. But am JOHN BSARD. R, f "j
and r..id J f [lail -v, John Math- .rr .
nci Capf <
Ihe stock of Mules, Cattle u'ensiN
For the sake of preserving their party identity., 1 depressing from 1 the subject. I hope, Messrs. 41 Jest what jou told me I might. answer- ers, Eand] upon which there 11 about 1UJ acres and other personal ,.Hogs, farming Public Land of the State fir Honda. .' ,,t .

they i talk loudly against the Admiis1'rat ionbul j Edlor/: that the le-sotn we hate: had taught us ed the Yankee, with an air of injured inno- cleared and enclosed hv a coo !fence *far the Land promrtv.Term -One third cash the balance T..n"a.it'e.O'l.13 t 1>-I7. 17 t (

will with They dare not encounter theresponsibility cence. .You told me to fair horn in the ANo, a quantity, of household Furniture. TIZI' : jThe fulliiwing papers will plesse publish the : .
they act it { b\ the the : of ibe last elections hl'e j my payable in two equal instalment. at rne and two above three month, and >
rtsut wi their
placing thexnsehes in opposition tc' I j the effect to unite us as one man in important I' cellar whenever I wanted to have a blow I J*Meads) lure! iuj, Sofus, WarJrobe, ic. &.c. and a tear, secured by notes drawing interest from date State: Register viz : "'he Florists lleralrf.accounts St. Au to"thE-- j t .}

I their country. They will help to carry on the war., lcfiot! that is to take pare! in the 1 fall, 1 out. good- Piano R. 11. GAMBLE.Japimv92. and mortgage on the. JAMES land. A line; News, at Jacksonville;.Arzu*, Ocala : Savannah '' i.. .

It is better to be patriotic in deeds than in word i and that we will all go into Contention, determined It is needless to !i)thaj the rascal was 1H. 27 Agent, and Attorney in fact for T.ARCHER Heatry and Wif anc'jCoiirirr' Republican I he and Standard Geonji and ; Charleston; Mercury .:; r.
merely, and we are glad that those! who fall short in to select our btst men, and thoughwe I discharged, and we happy to hear that he Carriages &c. Jan. S. 119.. 2: the Columbus; Times, Geor ufX Rrgier Raleigh ; .: .

words to be found right when action is ne all fatonte l Jet has joined a and now ---- :
their are may not gft our C ln idatf' temperance Iwccly. SALE.-A fine family HORSE

cessary.. there be but one spirit amongst rs.: that of hirrnoriv. I abjures the Mellow horn in senses ONE e 1'INC" fyir CLOSE Feat FAMILY R ckaway CARRIAGE do. I k'FOR tears old His qualities area ( > The papers which hate been reqo fed to -; 'f'i

Throughout the country. too. the whi;. are beginning concession, and min n. M} motto, sirs, of the word.-Yankee lilade.Iforvchold Two no-ton P.ng.ie4.. good ridinj,draft or carnse horse eitherin the publish Kale the Madison"Florida Land Sjles"will pleise ad I : 4
to tale a more proper stand. Go'. Young i is ZWinl harmony and action ; and I hope to A fine'i Jrmrn! : of Saddles, Rndle4 Marfmsals, single! or double harness Enquire at thi Office. And the daily i in Jerterson Counties ikbotf. ; t i
and Jrmurer.-\ Januirv t.:. l u} ?. 2-' papers Charleston andannilh, s'
New York in his message to the Legislature I find that inscription on all the banners uf! our !, Wrights harness of all kinds Saddlery Hardware Carriage vizthe Mercury and Courier. and the Republican : : };.,
a all families with scales and Leather. Patent d".Srrin, Axles a .c.
out inf4vorofsistaininthewarathe from the Petd.do the St. Johns, and are not provided Trimmings Top Notice and Georgian will please pablisli, .
romes \a: part to in once a tceek only, -a- 'J
in and Hu'ibs Band and I"ery thin usually kept a for three i f'
weights referring to generaluse month
of the country. Various new spapeis have done tit 1 if such is the case. lest assured that Whigge- ingredients table Saddle Store. All wliich will be sold very cheap br A MEETING of the Stockholder* of the Union November 27, l 1"iJ7. 5. J,'

Gmt thin;. For the present. we Content our!eh.'!I r\ will be no more able! lo stand! 1 up against by every hOlsc-wiltlhe flowing I). K. hULL Bank ol Florida will be held at the IJatikine JI -_- a .i :

with an extract from the Albany Fenn: ; Juiirnal, our fire at tile! ballot box on the day! of theelection tom the .New York TriJune wi t found January: 22 IMS 27 3t House in the city of Tallahassee, on the first Monday Family Groceries. .a. -itill' it
in February;for the election of Directors to said
iwarm partisan whig paper. I sits- I than were their sympathetic friends : and Notice.SIX Bank. "TE have received by late arrivals Irom New York r. 1 i i

.\"e cannot bring our ehes to "die\t! that a. gainst the! charges nt t our armies in Mexico. I Weights Measure weeks after date, I \\n\\ i"v'v; tn lh Ilonora- H. L. RUTGERS, Caihier. lOuilahle and New! lot Orleans a choice election of Groceries .. ;
obtained tht ,rekneanJp'o.prr.ity Wbyat flour 1 pound is 1 Family and Plantation; use :. :
ai quart. :
is to Then after exhorting democrat or January 9,1S4S. 23Sals :
peace b MTt. : every in I Judi of I'"ibatein and for tie Count Cheese: ,
of the y prUm4tM. by tu Mtxico Indian Meal, 1 pound) J i is 1 I. -- -- -.-.- Cixltfh Mackerel lvi proving ounces f
tOUIb Florida first tn union, liarni'iut, and action, quart \Va\ulU fir letter .>f adnnni'lratton on the t:t' LOUIS Mo'ir Sides and Shoulders: :
world that in On the I I Bacon, French
and the we ait '
tt rrOlt. when the then be Butter, when soft 1 pound 1 ounce is 1 quart. of Richard 11. Cro\\ell.latl"n!," .i.l) County.eler-sJ. of Negroes.j Mustard, French Mushrooms t
we that ; tite conttt co nes on, lo punc- Rt l"i'I; l>errt and Current J
oolriry apprehend \ !' 1 pound is 1 quart. UARKici. i KUWELL.Nenporf. obedience to a Decres of the Circuit Court of Jellies. Preserved Gin I..oltlltt'r! f
jaen deitroy their ability fur wfulnem btaUins teal: in selecting their delegates to the Con. Loafsugulrkcn IN =er, and Salmon, ;
: 1 Jtniur2.: 1-t !7 ft administration 1
the only issue that can entrench the I j vexation, I lo brotlicr republicansthat Sugar, powdered, pound ounceis superior Tt"Ut : t
propose my 1017 in a cause therein depending in which Joseph Sard.ncs. For sale low by '
A government may the counlrt in an iu.- 1 STEADIER GLASGOW ; I
In"ol-e we ttt at the !lower Suwannee Springs, quart. Chaires and Cire-n H. ChairCli are Complainants and BIRCHETT k L1! V.'mERGrR.
"will.is stand and even bt their unjust COUNTRY.\ar< but b.in And:the iu, people Ctrj in Columbia! counton the :'U Monday 1 in Best t brow sugar, 1 pound 2 ounces is 1 quart. Angelina G Cn.ires, Administrator of Tom 1M rCh.rC' November _27, lvJ7. IV t 4\ ,i : I

the ordeal and the ruMet we ate eriudedthemore tore Mar"h next, for the purpose of selecting our Eggs, average size. 10 egs are 1 pound. ., decc _?d, are Defendants, we, the undr. Jefferson if'J
.. Commiss-oneM under said will Court.
signed, Decree
r unflinchingly will the fizhtinand. the toting mas- candidates for Cotenior and member of Con- Liquid Measure.Sixteen 1 as : : i
sell in the of Tallahassee.on Tuesday the 15th IN
adhere to the country, and to the admillSutlnu large table- poonsfiil are i a rint. city CHANCERY. :
other and emphatic roo"s. JAMES TUCKER MASTER. of February next, at public aUi'lion. to the highest I2iey! Aclm'r de
its embodiment more Loni..on .( John
1 A word Messrs. E JItors; the formationof Eight table.spoonsful! are I gill. I bidder for cash, about EIGHTY NEGROES or so Ccl- It1William
the in of war, ea lor the upon I mode of JAm deceased
words people tnrl f HlIIiundersigned avails I.imldf ol this )t Complainant, :' .
ceantrr, right ur wrons And in this unite trr 1 this Cun\.tutio: and I !hate done. I sub. Four large tallle' roon"II1 are j a gill.! M. informing the pnMir tint the new learner many thereol as may be nec *sary to raise. the eve* ft.Tilnan -

are of the people \\",cannot mit that each county. in the State: be entitled A common sized tumbler holds ] a pint.A (.L.\\sfOU'(; now performing her regular trips on ral sums of money specified in said d rt'eS.ale ttr : D Pifrllwyj JJefendrmt. t j

hop to obtain an honorable peace bj opposing the I to a delegate: in the COI\fuliOI for each and common sized wine gla s holds J a gill. the Suwinnre River between Columbus and CtdarKts be continued GREEN, if necessary CII.'lRE.". )day. to dav.. IT appearing to the "atijlaclion of the Court bv "i I{

On the contrary, in that wa> WE SHALL I' This boat i* tronclt built of the best ma Commissioners.JtnoarY afLdavit made' in this cause, that Tilman D. Punfov $
ONLY PROTRACT WAR by perpetuating every fi:ty democratic ctes cast at the lastelection fenalsarul' two ensmes, and capiMe ocarmrnr JS L. TOIPKI, j the yard defendant, resides out of tIe, State of <
t TiE nropel'ed by
At the Hall :
the authority of its authorJ. In obeying. therefore I' 'lor Goternor and member of Congress city je!!terday we met a soldierwhoserted "ne htindredtoni burthen or 400( bales of S, IMS 1'i ids Florida and in the State of Georgia. motion! r( :. l. f

1 far a the country it concerned the svzxtf.tionsotr&TEiOTiM ; &c., and that such counties as did not as a private in the battles before cotton, with suitable accommodations for forty pas. Sale of Real Estate I the solicitor! (or complainant: It 13 Ordered, Ihit e. c t

shall secure, at the earliest rtiatti-I I the Capital. At Churubusco, while! but seventeen inch. I'he aid: Tilman D. PiTifoy do and .
'f cit that i.urnber uf uch sues! and al! frac- crtsing enzer, of light draft reijuirmj and decree appear answer
and virtue ot order
caMe moment. through instrumentality! Ilf a ,1.1 her pursuance by an j the bill of complaint filed! in this it
the corn-field and within ten enabling her to perform tripseu1artv IN caine within four
; or I .
administration, the blessings ot an boiior.bieace.: | j tions of 25 or over of such totes in any conn.ly I ( ro" rs water of the between Olnm the Hon. Judzeot Probate and for I he county -I inontl from the date of the publication of this ot- .,
the just as he was biting the end from at all eason tear of Jefferson I will to public sale, at auction | :
also be entitled to one delegate in said enemy) Coliirr every TUES. expose der. or the said b.II of complaint will be takrt I
Cedar m f for
The article from which tie above txtract is tats a to load Ins musket ball struck lit* and Keys, leaving for cash,before the Court House door in Mon :
Convention. carriage a confessed : Provider, That .
I 1>.\Y mor'1insr\t T o'clock, A. M. and Cedar Key i I a copy olhn/ order l l's of I
with abuse of the administration ticello the first next being 1:
is interp.f With these views of the subject} I earnestly his temple passed behind one: eje. under the I every FRIDAY morning Should sufficient pitronbz on Monday in February published in some rewpapcr printed in the Mutd7!
the 7th day thereof all the n Nt we can i'e. so long a the editor will recommend that democratic ma s meetings beheld :i bridge of his nose, behind the other eye and l-e extended or the interest of shippers require{ IVilliam"II Mathers, late of said County,deceased 1 I; Circuit month of Florida, once a week ft.r the space of luur l' : t.

nstiin it in its patriotic efforts to uphold and pre- lout at the other her to perform two trips per week. the ,proprietors (Signed) V.
in each county in the State for the purpose temple Being exposed to a of, in. and to two town lots of land lYing and being THOMAS' DOIGLAS. w j

Ktre the honor and fair fame, of cur countrySentinel of selecting delegates: to said Convention ; I cross fire from our troops he thinks the }Jal change will: cheerfully or add another acquiesce new in,boat and to make the the line necessary, of like in said town of )Monticello known in the plan thereof December ll'i47.2'J 4mSheriff's Judge. t. -if

and that i of the thus selectednot I! came from them. did not knock him \ n, 'pd. As soon as as Nos. 43 and 44. .. f
ca"e delegates I capacity to the one now .tnrln praCticable said deceased !
: Also all the right, title, and interest "dIe.
the Hon. ED-
( Te recommend that being enabled! to attend, that they be authorized I nor has he suffered any other result from it this boat \vill extend her trips up the Sn- of, in, and to the following lands lying and .

WUD BATEI, of Musouri be placed on the ticket to appoint in writing a proxy orproxies : than the loss of sih which is almost total wannee river to the Upper Spring*, and also up the being in the said count, known and designated m ,: By"irlne of a of writ Wakulla of fi. fa., is.n.d (rom the Cirw }

with Gen. TAYLOR for Vice President. That won't to cast their votes for them. And He can distinguish light from darkness, Withlacooclne river. the Land Office of tbe United States at Tallahassee liam Bailey, plaintiff, County, in (aver ot Wil j \ ;
mj The und izned would further tate that he and ajrain"t Henry 1 IL Walker) .
do-the Northern wing of the party has got the I word on it if this} plan! is pursued and we enter nothing more. His eyeballs hate fallen in, others proprietor or thi boat hare nailed theme've asThe William 11. Walker and others defendants, and by \ Ojt!
J of S E 4 of Sec 20, in T2, Nof Rfi E: {
itirt. The N. Y. Courier and Enquirer M\S that and the lids are closed but his general health entitled. An act to consent ot parties I will sell t.t the first .
of act in
.: j into the campaign: determined: not lo fa'ler! ; of the proviMiMH an TheS J of S W 4 of' Sec2i m T2of Rfi.N JL E; Monday E 1 ;
DAIUEL WEBSTER is the man for Vice President I we shall roder the fair name of Florida from' has not suffered at all. We were not able to improve the nati ation and to navigate the Suwan- The E i N W 4, and the N E 4 ot Sec 2y, in T 2, January County next.of XVaKulla within! levI boursat Now p. rt. in aid ; J"
wand President in 1!53. TATI/JR is pro- the misrule: of Fed -rasm. 1 lear his name, but he belonged lo the New nperivrr, and for other. urp"of"the e. therein Le hture mentioned of the, of R 6, > and E.. containing in all 400 acres. more slaves, to wit : following named ot'

tbe condition which Northern Whigs TROLT. York Keciment. His case n certainly in.sular.l' enacted at the last e' inn rerentlt ri nied or I less ; subject, however, to mortgee to the Union Maria about 35 years 0,1.( Celia aiottt !
Iney. ( hate
orc 19
will support him will be thet an anti-slavery man __ I Y. Courier and Enquirer l tears old, Hampton a,"rg'i': -i'

-il b placed on the ticket with him a Vice President Calamities of (Scmns.-Homer was a beg. under the name and style of the Poridi! State Inter- SOLOMON psv E. MATHER*, about 12 years of a<;t'. ReuVn a boy about 1(7( Jeff

,aad in the next campaign u to be bis IUC eor. gar; I'lautm turned a mill ; Terence was a Good Toast.-The following toast is foundin nil Improvement and Steam Variation Company.The Executor of W. H. Mathers, deceased, shout boy! about lf;, Isaac 10, Daph a boy about woman S about, Sarah i... Rose a !

slate Boetius died in jail Paul Borghese Co pny.il1 loon romplefetheir9rran"ementiIof January y. isjs. 25 Is year a girl about ti: t S
; ; 12. Zine (
the National of a woman about SO
Intelligencer 1827; it was which dl1notjr, will be sri".n. for p-irchasm years, Sam a man lb..ut :.
0 3- \KDIE KE 'HEPY, f')many year* a member had fourteen trades and jet started with them given at a Democratic celebration of the bib Cotton and other product of the country, or makeliberal For Charleston S. C.6THE 30' years Jim a boy about I9yrarMary a girl abouf f oS-

of Congress from Indiana. died of small all often distressed 'liar few Bentitogolla I 17"Old Hark a mn ab ut .j.).titHe Hark
recently ; a shillings ; January of that held in Washington: cash advancr, upon all! property shipped a boy about ki .
G. Bourne, 14.
RngN. HeJtv a about 31.
woman Hannah
pox at Indiaaapolis. He a man of strong mind, was refused admittance into a ho pi- whn repnretl A. "04>n "practiraM a line ofiitblepsekels a girl about fl
to arrive 1 1" Lew
"By th PolLof Trnm.stt.- the daily expected teaw. a man about S ilyear!, Cinda
Till bee-taSlish'd by Company a w marf
and of character. tal he himself had erected ; Ccrtantes died of r 1 the above with des- about 21
generous The the States-Th reprobation of between Cedir Kev< and Ne'T York and New Or. for port aOd her child about d years,Solomon( a mart Li t
Imnser : Camoens, the celebrated writer of,: For freight or psesax.ar'ly; about 35 tears. Dtfcy, Cnmr.r.anra.Looisa.CutI'trl
an indignant country awaits those who may I lean for the rontefnre of freizht and 'ia'tsflCers.thereby ( !'i
The Mails."UV the, Lu.iad, died in nn almshouse ; and Vau- to distract it by sectional jealousies "f'c'lriDI I" all its patron- a .afp and expedi to JNO. GEO .A.\DER Tallahassee, Dine, Darcas, DanTol Smart and Ned. T,i .t
I exciting ORMOND Levied
gnus! left his t the lo his, attempt ; transportation r.( their property to M'NAUGHT Newport. upon a. the property of the lid Henry H.
hare received the letter from I.o.\ < surgeons pay between the io mode of C 5
following north and the .
south, (be to its nIece of Newport, January 8, JS4S. 25 :t Walker and William II. Walker, and to be add I hi t.
debts far it would In Bacon I eithei market a" well ai return cargo
the Postmaster at Marion. We publish it in lived a uk 8 ofmeanness go. and England di Sir cast and the west, between the eiatcholding
tbe hope that the grievance complained of a "tress ; and non slatcholding States." instance e>ceed tho.e hereofore charred or allowed Sale postponed till 1st Monday. February. A HALL. C
may Walter died the Sheriff
Raleigh on ; Spenser reduction of snchr.to Wakulla Cownty.
fcf.ld This toast was given by JiMns K. POLK, for like service5. but a material GADSDEN SHERIFF SALE. December Ic. I"i7. 22 j
1 lie redressed. the charming Spenser, and rontempbted at an early period a* oon as
the present President of the United States virtue of a writ of fieri ficns, issued from ----------I:

POST Omcr Marion, M. Florida, in want ; and the death of Collins came twenty years ago when he was a member of lheincren""of offered bustnes hall mrtie warrant of pVastire cnrh ted and vtion othersto BY the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for the I Notice. :I II
to :
Jan. 19, 1948..Messrs. 5 through neglect first causing mental derangement Congress. It is worth. ot being i published at The tsjt facilities the K "t.., at all "ea'ons of the tear one of County of Jackson. Western Circuit of Florida, |I ALL persons having claims; K-Insf the estate rf. ? slf

Sibky 4 Dyke: ; Milton sold his copyright ofar- thioparticular tune.-Ofua Statesman. the most healthY and desirable retreat for invalids wherein Daniel Cook is plamtiffand Reuben Scott u i A. hayward, J late of Tallahassee, deceased j
I have levied and will for ,
adi Lost for fifteen at defendant upon expose | ate requested to i
No Floridians issued e pounds, pay. in th.State.and the beautiful and rormn- present them,duly authenti'l:
DEIS SIRS at and othor
:- Ihe Court-House door in the
before of
your -- -- ale, town cated. \\ilbinthe \'J f
finished his life in ill. it i. I'H"pOOlpd. offer ) time
and prescubedhy
menu, obscurity Dryden of the Sint annee w 111,0' they '
; tic *
office hare made their appearance at this office Political Xariettc. T editor of enerv Quincy, on Monday, the Ctb day December, l1; will be barredhose indebted <
lived in and distress died e Louisville inducement lo many to avail themselves of so plea to the estate ar*' : '
for the two last mails. The only I poverty ; Otway the following described property to wit : negro i earnestly requested to make :
way Journal :
a Taylor paper, after much an' ,n e't'urllion prompt payment. They r.
and Lee diedin cog. slaves Jeff Dick, Fieldsand Spencer. I
hunger | reminded
prematurely through
; are these
can account bribe frequent failures of the reception itation Thi Company liatin-r as they' believe, inane allarrang'mnt' sums, though srftall individ- .- '.
comes to the conclusion that i.
the street Steele! lived life of a Nation Levied upon as the property of said defendant,and 1' ually, in the it
; a perfect f->r the convenience and accommodation aggregate constitute tbe widow and ,
of the Tallahassee this office ;
at or
papers al Convention is indispensable after all for the refjimite to be sold to satisfy said writ of fieri facias.B pban'sportion. l.e
f warfare with bailifF Goldsmith's Vicar of solicit its
of the patronage
I is they are not put in the mail hag sent to ; public C. WEST. SheriflNov. WAf. : :1. r
tat Wakefield was hold f>r a trifle to save him I. No-Party anty-caucus party : 5, 1S47. 16 By JAMES JuNE, D. S. D WILSON, Administrator. l
; & for Our Marion mail .. f'mbt-r4.1S4;.
We he np1v to Me*"r p. p. 20 2ra
exminaton. of the law lies says were some months ago, impressed For further fu.il'tthr" sale has been until _
from the in the above the _
gripe tfThe
it ; : j
H 'R-
; assorted in TaUabaef and frequently the with confident Co., Colnmb-i*. ){ .r. SMITH & It
belief SMITH &
of the. a lhat no necessi.ty first Monday in January, 1S4S.O I Notice. .
burning ground factory at Lisbon with- RICHARDS
; PUTNAM & ,
packages intended for this office are by mistake RI 5. Madron.; Me* r*
would exist for such a convention. We ( The above sale has..been postponed until the > if'
stone to mark the died in the under.ined. persons, creditors and legatee, entitled .
out Savage
a spot ; Cedar K\. or to ALL fa S
doubt in the mail in i
large Monday February.
: bag con.
put then
that the
n prison at Bristol where he was confined bra thought gallant heroic Tay- JAMES TUCKER or otherwise( interested in the e-- : 1
tuning between 100 and 1500 packages, but debt of Butler lived in lor, by common consent, and to a great extent And other Proprietor January 8, 1S4S. 25 tate of Lewis i Sannders late of Leon county, de- "

which tee little P. *. on this side olMadisonare eight pounds ; penury by the concurrence of both would be Columbu. Florida. January 22. ISIQ. 22 ly Select School for JBoys. ceased are hereby notified to exhibit their claims !
died Chatterton the child of parties and
and demands
i within
poor; genius two tears from this date the '
allowed to examine, we hare but 7 fo "
D a and misfortune, destroyed himself. proclaimed the candidate for the next Presi Nctice. TN this School which is limited to hnnly-fi",ru- undersigned, of the same will be barred ; and all ;

minutes allowed us to takeout and put in our -- -- dency. We hate slowlyjand: reluctantly arrived Invintr rlaims against the estate! of X pus, there are three vacancies. For cogent rea- indebted to raid estate, are requested to make persons : J

mi matter, and Le c compensation is so small Odds and Ends.-There is a man in Gcr at the conclusion, a conclusion in which ALL"persons I*. 1ff'tth.1aIi- Hamitfor! County deceased sons, ephemeralpvpili are not detired. immediate r.t'le? f. : a .

Ul we cannot employ an asistant. TliePackages mantown: who is so forgetful of countenances we think we cannot be mistaken, of the necessity are requested to present them duly authenticated To remove misapprehensions in reran! to the LEWIS 11. SAUNDERS, Executor. I i
belonging to this office within the time nr'STibed by law or they branches taught as well as to the rates cf tuitioif, December, 1547. 20 2m
frequentlycome that his wifejs obliged: 10 keep a wafer stuck of national enthusiastic subjoined schedule is published. .
u co"'enlion.Tht -----
indebted to the estitp.are ------------
those ------- ,
from the East with very insulting as to the end of'ier no>e in order that he may manifestations in favor of (ten. T;nW cainestlv will; lIP.bine'requested; to make nromnt iwient The rates ul tuition, (payable always in advance) i Notice. ?" I Ill :

i ell u disgusting memorndums or notes, her from other ladies Even for the hare JOHN c. SMITH. art as follows viz: .J
o. distingushed Presidency, notpercadcd the (mini Four i'eeks aftei date, I hall apply to the lion. : .
*rttten on them, .&you are a blind Eon then, be occasionally makes a misak. as ve expected they would do, and as they at one heriffand ex nTieio Adminntrator. 1st.1. Reading. Writing, Arithmetic, (Emerson, part of Probate in and fur the county ol Jr f' r j. J .

oa -! if you look, close you will see it u time teemed certain to do." January lilrI'; 2G 2m ) $6 per quarter. terson. lot leave; In sell the real estate of XViIJiafi k fi
The editor of the Savannah must 2. Arithmetic, (Emerson,part 2d,) English Grammar r
Georgian H Matherf 2
"The Pol.maler in 1%!. Florida must lateofraid enuntdeera.ed ; the ni, F" drunk this Christinas." .Put hate been thinking of shin plasters when he An old Cotton, Corn, Fodder, &c. for Sale1. (Goold Brown) Geograph history, $ -rer real estate consisting of two lots of land, lying mf ; l Cor l

b a on penned this sentence : Money, like manure, gentleman undertook to Icfurt a be old on the 11" of IVhruirv next, at quarter. being in \"nticl"lIo. Florida,and 4DO acres of land '4
joar lpck.&c and you will see it is forJuin. I i does no good till it is spread. volunteer on the character of the war witt WILL: late residence Tom Peter Chaires. deceased 3. The Latin, Greek and French .Languages: arid lung and being in the aid county cf Jefferson. :. t i I.;
want &c.ecan Mexico he called it Literature (ArnoldOlf'ndorff. &' ,) Arithmetic SOLOMON :
you specks ; a war against God. about f>0 or 70 bales .if Cotton the crops of H. ?\TIIE1t .
It has 'Wen decided Lord Denman and (Emerson part 3d,) M ebra Geometry Trigonomf'- Executor .: .
lead IOU Ime"-and a host of majiy more by volunteer reminded him that our arms had al. Corn, Fodder ic made on the plantation dunnn the Mensuration H.Msthem.tfecM. .Ii .
Natural ,
Surveying Bock-keeping. Jeffersirt
suns %foolish postscripts ;, all of which smart- the oih r judges of ibe court queen's bench, ways been successful; that God certainly did pastear.. plantation implements Tt'rm.-ra'h and many other try Philosophy, Physiology: Ethics $12\ per quar C unit, December, Irs47. 2U 5tin

action tbe of those who are guilty oft that according the new law England a not fight for Mexico. The old man ra. things* belonging to the hrm CHAIRES ter. A quarter consists of three calendar months Negro
par WeS ANGELINA: G. Kerseys,
such! meanness to be a to.Tkre .- marriage viih the slslcr of a deceased wife is ther fault but length thirteen weeks. .
ought put slop at ; at stammered out, Administratrix of Tom Peter Chaires, dec'd.January afUnded CASES KF.RNFY, 2 doLmset
bills wfcfn not earlier lo by *,
School a
null and void and of parent
absolutely matter
than 1SOO Post in the ; a a Well it does that 2'' 1\J
. are more otle seem Providence uids our 15,143. > *, will invariably b* presented one week before Jut r.-reitcd. and bar rtle 1w t .
;t:S. and it is but mis. course all the children of such a marriage are Sep. l'*. ls47 y LLOYD .
impossible some country, 'right or vrong. Male & Female Academy. the expiration of the quarter. : &. FLACG .
ides will occur sometimes, hut there is not illegitimate. Quincy H. ALLAN. '

for those cowardly who I Western orators have said a great many The Effects oflaconsislenrv.-A slave who TIlE exerciSeS of this Institution will board be resumed Tallahassee. December 25. JS.J1. 23 tf Choice Liquors*

Postmuter it absconded from Hon. Henry Clay, in an Abo l\fondal.Jnrnr,17,1S4S. For ,rates "fE offer lo the public the following choice Liquors ;
I afraid to their names totbe eloquent smart things, was a home-sick Irish & printed catalogues copy of ? ll
sign lition while he of tuition &.e. .C. see Administrator's Sale. 5 V all if tthieh wetvill
l 1crtgp? they write the packages,for fear man who said : Sir, I was hr at a very paper, says, "a pursuing which may be had by application to of the best warrant as being *
quality :
O unrequited labor for Mr. Clay,his (the slave's) N. H. STEWART, TILL. be sold at Tallahassee, on the first Mon- f.r \
of life and if I live till the
answerable for their period ever 2 r casks
tnigal early qftrt supr. old Cognac Bran I .
L 1T f day in February next, a named ly,
I mae wife came to him, raying Mr. Clay }had sold Jannary 15,164S. 26 Prindpil.THE negro man 2 aa f ,
death And the Lord
neuaesx I hope you will notice the mater day of my only knows Vernon and a lot ol law ,Books belonging: to the Madeira Wine, S :
her. Since which be has bbls.
n too* WIYO M |a 0 put A skip to this unPJ whether 1 will or not, my soul shall see swale no seen or heard Offices in the Basement of the Capitol are estate .Norborne. T. Taylor, for the benefit nPthe Monongaheta Whiskey
I before leaves Ameriky. of her, and be calls on Mr. Clay, if be is hone rent. Apply tinSIMON heirs and creditors. By order of Administrator. 2 > boxes of 1 doz. eaf1icld Madeira Wioe.of
e state of Yours tc.JAS. Ireland
tiD < i estly opposed to slavery to "return him his TOWLEy Comptroller.Janntry December 25, Ist1. 23 t* vintage of I23, "New ton,Gordon & Co,* S

C JOHNSTON, P. M. Thirteen Yean Work for a Bible..ln the wife and child." 15,1848-1 26 3t Provisions.By Champagne Mara chrnVi.Wine5 CordiaU.BIRCHETT Port. and Cfatat XTiue .

tbe of a laboring man were *
PrLdie.. .Tbe has suffir year wages CITY HOTEL, arrived from t LINDEXBUJBERNoyc *-
--- Oregon/just New
--- Of-
NuhTUSVbig while of
lent less than (our cents a day, price S7,1S47, 10
sense _
course ofposePjIrIna G. W. HUTCHIN& we have just received, for cash driby
plTehe IUK a Bible at the same ,'u'l8. A ,
prio 40 barrels auperio Floor
sfent mor courage t op common laborer in tbe roust o in. AUCTIONEER a. 40 &. rectified Whiikey, Clocks, and 3tftrclry
created ,
KPftKLik aMdh.B.iT arce I ; for long years, if he would FLA.' 7 casks sides Bacon, REI'AIKED,,
** the he say': God Now tbe 7'LHSSEE. 6 do Sbodders, 'T0'SVLE k MYERS, having ward the semrrs*
IWe &OC Whig a copy oldie word of .) parf of the to, and L
II'f SALE eoant"lende FLORIDA 85> keg of an experienced workx *i> who w ill attend to
t\Ih 'YO m.inrrel1 earnings of half a day trill pay the cost of a solicited. TALLAHASSEE 35 boxes Cheese, the repairing WstcheW> dockr esrtwiyely,.. .

I Glil iu novr made a. beautifully printed copy otbe sacred oracles! arnr4zNcIs: '.the;undersigned bu been confided the man- .Dried Apples,Currants Rauinr. are nrepantj sq&li wodeiv ta ir line of Wucst*

u Mitj receive a more sig1nrbelmioV What contract IVhat illustration of the H. Bonn E.q-, I I LUOTV tc FLAGO, JL tfetnent of this Hotel. ,BincHnr & LINDKNBRGEILDttembert : well and prnffUy. .
a < in a J. W. Au1, Ef:, | D. C, WILJ E* = HAMILTON' HUDSON. .'r:. TV November, |s<7. 16.

18,; d d i dd power of ibe press January 22, 15t Z Janna" ', 13J5. *J _




; Leon County f CeBectcrtffeale.TT -and_Kpe.f"- L._ &--H -EENBBRO'- Type Fod Pot Fainted I On that, By the PrertdcHt of the 1711fted

Blg TiE Ciizf. CI Ta1hul ar mttei.TN .
& at thtlr old AREIOUSE
Y1 virtue of the newer rested i ia me by law. I IPk IiU 75 Ktntlky ap m the teend ttoryf
shall expo** ten sale before the Court Hou edoor. 100 CnN Rope For tial t* hv Corner of Monroe and Jrfftrn* Canal ttreet Row. Mi*. DKMILLT'Boariiingiloweadjoinirmz( the
4t t the city T.ta.c Monu. the 6th IRCIE I LSDE'BEGE are now opening their bet; l leave to announce to Pub- Union Bank,) for the reception of Visitor, the un.dersigned .
0 2;, "XTUEEtht that the hue established respectfully t hi, service
d.yor March. IS UOi" th the Slate and Coun- TYPE FOUNDRY in this Portrait Painter to them ; to I
I v.or so noch GERMAN AND AMERICAN DRESS 'imtl
|y T se. doe refa.ip r 147.. Spices, Pickles, &c. Rich Wk Silk.Gro. de Rhine, ( o' this .Foundry was cut to paint a* falbfutan. accurate Likeness any in

Lands purporti'gtnb'on to A. F. thvaIan1t TTXDERXVDOD'S pickled Gerkm. hn Onions description coloredand fancy long experience and I no this Ldie and Gentlemen are solicited' to
U Lobster Wal- Silk. obtain the handsomest (aces call at his ; he be found betweenthe
Union Rank of Florida : and mixed Pickle pickled Striped and Cashmere,, may
:. Lot JC a.2.Se2.T2RN2TdW, nut and Tomato Ktchul. Caper Olive Oil, Mustard French Prinlf,Plain.Strille and Silk respect,we will venture' to hors of S, A. M. and 4, P. M. Atmd11.cb.e

I4.SIJ32T2R1Nan'iV. Pepper and .Cider Vmesrar, fresh ca, &.c. handsome, i if not the hand RUSSELL. Artist. .

1 l.NXVJ.Sec.S.Tl.Rl.NandXV.. I Gooseberries and Currants in bllt. fresh ahnfn. I A treat variety of Frf"cb. English, Slate of Flower We and have Job also Letter a very of Q3-: Gilt frame furnished, if required. A'4

/>, I and Halibut in canister. Carry Powder and : Calicoes and Ginghams;
.*. Land I.alnr* |,urportinp:3lacrn.to bon: 'J raes F. Trotti and I Ca.enre Shc Prandy Cherries Pmerved Ginger. Cur. Worsted Finds of different styles and we would call the atten R FERE CI' : pursuance ol law I, JAMES K. POlr Pr .
ewhere. All I dent of the United State of 2r
lh.Uninaflankrd| Florida: I rant Jrlly Macarroni, V"ermicilli.Rn ia and American Sha"t of every dfCrip''itn. color and purchasing OSBFBT B. LOOMIS. Artist New York : G. \V. Americado'k pert
N i. ScIT3.U1.Nadr, hinilas.! Irish, Moss, dried Currants, Prunes Swico. Jaone. Cambric Tarleton by us shall be of a material' LADy, Artist S. C. ; JOH<( MIXK. Artist New O- declare and make known, that public land *al;% ( pdW
to anY manufactured at the be held It the undermentioned Land
I F. 4.S w 1. Soc 17. T 3, R I. N and F. :and Citron }fu.linf ; leans ; C. CURTIS. Artist "!.; JAS. C. 0 "ia u. But
New OF
York the
XV J..si: 4.Sec 17. T 3. R .Naid F.. Nut mcxc. Mace, Ginger, All-pice. Cinnamon. Silk. Thrrad ansI Linen rItin. and a with encouragement.Type pri. Artist Philadelphia: IRA S.' Dn., Artist Ohio. I STATE mentioned. wit at period Jatrti let, eAnd

K J.S XV 4, tomannfaciure At the Land Office at ST.
W e.N i: 4. Ser T 2. R 2, N ami E. sweel Marjoram. Grange Flower, Rose 5. Pewh wa- Kid Caihmlrr. Silk and XVoolIen GloY BRAS AUGUSTINE. emmencing TheliYe.t
N E 4, N XV :. 1. T 2. R 2. N and E. teis. extract of Rose, Lemon, Peach and Vanilla.) and Gentlemen ; ,with' promptness. We of Copartnership.r on !Monday the seventh day of F Die
call the attention' of Pra. Dissoluto next for the di"poal of the public lands .it i.rr
SESW.S1.T2.R2.NanhiC. Fertile by LEWIS AMES. Silk XV.xillen and Cotton Stockings for
& entire' ol heretofore existing under the undermentioned and
lacing an new set township
\. wj.sEec17.T2.R.Nan. V.. December 4, Jb47. CU Linen Cambric Hdkf, plain and H. S, co-partnership and part or toast ,, No i
are enabled to furnish a title style of ARNETT $ MANNING ha viz :

NT1SE1S.cc.Tt.R2NanI E,, Handsome: Silk Cravats' French also Agent for the ssieoI! ptr.the thi*dav by mutlla.cOnlnt been dissIf. All per.sons South of the bate line and Eatt of the vrwM.meridian. Lie th
SWISWLcc.TZRZN3ndE Capes; PRESSES to are r AricYet.
Fie Perues and Smith which Ild frm. requestedto
: N"rieinc S M) acrr David Robinson and Fram the Manufactory of Paris. Range lor Dresses; do. Green ; and Cases, Composing icks.Fur make immediate' payment of the same. Fractional township! twenty cf rante; thirty '
Lnd to belong to Splendid assortment of 1.t.! Cap **
rUI'rrin J. F ARNETT. *
; : other article rctjnired in the Township fifty-six ( sections
Florida Club, Rosa Gr- Ribbons except six.it/
Iht : ,
HEDYOSMfA Helilrope Jockey ; be kept on hand, and furnth- JOHN MANNING. eighteen nineteen, thirty and tlirf1.enr,) ardiW "
WsW.S.c31.T..R1.NatV. latchoulv. ) Tuscan and Straw Runnels '
II tilnwnrtt. Xeopolitan November 23, lS41. [Dec. 25.] seven and section one, two, three. Lit
W i. N E 4. Sec 27, T 1. Hl. :and W.ronlaini" .tnbrosia, S rmca, Ber of Arabia.Ber.de I U Reins, Linen Damask and Iama T b'e: \ ; pricl. 2 ; nine! r..r.i."
wishing to establish! a New seven, eight, ten. eleven fifteen
1Vl acres. VanilU.loet! ,, rgamotte, Vervain, Dojle Towel Diaper &e ; Cabinet Making, &C. sv'1 grim
EdmIf. Office will be furnished with eighteen, w'neteen. twenty.twent.one. :
to Maltox and floueset. Rich Nett Children's XVuoI C.'s's aol : ar4 i Wl
Land to
belong Hampton I ess. .
,piirtxtrtini ; (
for the same,by stating the size O.PARTNERSHIP.-The underpinned have associated two in township fifty-eiitht cf ? sol
and th" S. L. I. &. Tru Ct : I .\St.: Glenn's Ashland Perfume and l'reston iMerrill's A large assortment of brown Sheetin< C themselves and from this date range thirty.;*]\t A
f particular style and quantity of together Townshtpsfifly.five.6P.sixexc.ept(
S F. 4.N W&W.NW4.S.c31T3RN.E, I Extract of Fragrant Shirtinz' and Honeput. ; section .
; Flo\rr. Striped the two shop will united and the business con and fifty.seven. (except
*? C 4. &I: i, S \J. Src 31i.T 3. R2. Nan4fl.NW1SecIT2RN&E. I The true Farina Coloerie-also the French and Eroadclolh. Caim.r!. Krr"'*. Lm of who ducted by LYNCH b VINGFRHOETS. They are six."s.lwenty.w'rn.twentl t.iOfJllw"rl."t.t.. ..

F,N 4. &. S\ :. N E J.S3i.T 3,R 2, :&11 American. Lavender and Florida Waters, Day Rum and Phi NliIUr. Jeans Twex! six newspaper'months,and wi paper pnb- prepared to do all descriptions& of work in their line thirty-one.thirty.two.1hirt.tbree. rwenll.ni.thlft1'o,t ,(. .
Cambric : \ r "
: t. ; and Aeiu de la Heine line Cosmetics, rich Pomades, Flannel TlckinZ.f.llrCI with and andon reasonable term and ; If.
will he paid for ,the advertise fidelity' despatch, I ty-five thirty-srt,) of range thirty-nice.
.. coitanineiOUarrea. : Hair-o.Uand Ijair-iye". Shaving and Toilet Soaps, sortment 't Tnranings, "ann' i times the amount of adver- for cash or approved acceptances as any workmen in Section OM.two. tbre/, tone, fit,, sis
j. to belong to Le\\s Conner and fine and coareeComh,, Brushefor the Head.Teeth &.r. All \hith !
purpn-tmtf MPry Culllery.
.f f.n. I the country. The continued patronage: of the public thirteen twenty-four, and twenty-five t;':
Tru, CR. article of Cold Cream low'for their store in this
ii .t I. & I Nails.and Flesh. A superior ca'h1 GREEN CO. is most solicited.' fifty-five and fractional township '
ENELan4ISE1.SecT3R2.N&E, 'i LEWIS AMES. their in Monticello. & repctull ((1J'Jt
in For salis tor
pot .y .
& 6m 17 Row. J. LYNCh sections two, three, four, five, and six
Sec 30. T 1. R 2. N and E, October : >, '- ,) Q "I.
i. N XV El. December 4-. 1"f ; t7. __ : GERARD VINGERHOETS. cane Bay," of range forty.
0 t: S E Sc 2:..T R .t, N Inll E.XV 5vbS
i. 1.
: Shoe Tallahassee November C 147. 1C Fractional i
( \VOODRL'FF'I)1SE\TERY\ ) township fifty-five,caMEueavB
', 3J T R 3 N and E, Maig. I.,"
i i. XV 3. '
; S: s EATING .
; BARRELS APPLES of forty-one.
.. > actei.Is '1 ., 0 I'BUTOE .J(BUG:! ; ;purchued the range irt.ta .
containing ;J I 2.! do. Iri-h Potatoes J stock and materials of LCAE Received by the latest Arrivals, At the Land Office at NEWNANSYILLE. B
belo to the estate : con-
: Lands pvirpoiting to ; OF TIT BEST HEMCDIFS E"!*
W.I 1U dOnions. who is about leaving the State LARGE assort'ment of READY MADE meriting on Monday, the twenty.fint div of Ft brv ,
,: .. Hart : Just received and for sale cheap for cash bv roi BOWEL pro 'XGFF A. SHOES BOOTS also CL ary next for the disposal of the public lands wij
inform* his friends and the ; a ,
a "t' SE.c.T2RNan4E December 4 IS 17. y) A. HOC. wooDruFFs DY ": T".RY THNG. a- the undermentioned diicotiw
s;;', \4. S XV I.See3.LT2.fl2.NandE, I E DR. Diarrhirj, Dvsenterv, i present at the old stand when o GROCERIE township parts *f .. ; ;)
: mihipsviz :
.t. .' .. N XV 4, Sec 2.T t. R2.. N and E. Notice. Cholera Inf.nlum. and Summer i all work in his line with' & GREENBERG t o CO. South of the late line and East of Mr Tb<
He hu on hand the fines October 30.1947. 1 jntctftlmenjian.
; : XV"i, NEJsr2TIR2NanJE, I dren.Fiom. : evil IcIes
'. containing acre week after date I s1al apply to the Hon. IT 11': Ifillierd, icily U. s. soits of materials, and wil
3i and I SIX of Jefferson and the best Goods for Wear. .Townships twenty-one and twenty-two ,.-
: Land purporting' fo helen; tl XX'ilIiim Hall <;e of Probate in the County Ifitnl. in manner. GEN Gentemen' nineteen ? *

.. :. the I. I. A. Tru-t Co. : for letters c\f Administration on the estateo( Dr. Dear Sil: AND SHOES of every descnp Black, roJdcoth*. Fancy oval1Udp

."i" :J.S XV 4. Ser 1.T".R 2, :and E, George.Ellis, late 0'' said County. d.catr. since I n-u.r--l' which soledand otherwise e repaired in BLUE. Saltinet' Kentucky *, Rich Satin twelve Townships thirteen twenty-one fourteen (except sectiou SM

,'. ScctM.i-, T 2. R 2. N and E.E CHARLFe .. enouali to send me. having u-K.l the I char (. He wi war Vesting,, Silk YeIet"ting*. Rich Satin Silvered four and twenty-five.) and twentt-three tvntv! race,
i : J. N E 4. Sec 0. T 2. R 2. N and f:. JefiVr"n County Dttrmbrr 1.1."t I 6t not hesitate to prn'llct it a most 'to any done in place Fancy e! Satin Cravats, a twenty-two of run*

.: 1\t. < E 4. Sec 3. T -'. K 2, N and t:. cino. Indeed, for such afTfclions <>f slisbction a to fitting a any Vesting of gentlemen's Bo'', and Shoe, twenty.Townships twenty-two and neIl

\4. :E 4, Sec 3, T 2, R :, X and E, Lard and Butter, we sometimes suTerwith' in the Suth Hats and Caps ; also a large stock of rudy mad twenty-one. twiaty-three.of run lopes

: ';: containing !;acrt. TUST received schr. Oregon, and fa ute low thing at ail c-oual! to ir. JOHN LERCH. clothing' ,just received and for sale bv Townships twenty-two and twenty-tkree.of actiVe
.. :\. A. FISHER. per Jones 42 S. F. nat
Shfnf J by A. E. HOC. Mv friend,Cd.I seaborn r BCRXE. twentj.t wo. litre
.. and ex vftcio Tat CHl'Xtor I..eon I hate hid September 25, 1S47. 10
remainder aide
;: it. the
't : 3m De'mb.r., IM7. 20( GOODS. At the Land Office at TALLAHASSEE.comatta- world
.0: .: November 27.1M7. U may need it. RespectfnIK.HENRY. emit on Monday, the seventh day of February IUI. eaba
--- -- Rifles and
.t' -- Shot-Gung.
.. I Wood Cutters. w. for the disposal of thipuhlic lands within fht aJ
.. ." Bacon, Flour, &c. would call the attention of the htdlment 1
A SSORTED size and dermentioned and
qualities just refX township of
TE ), number of strong and healthy men and extensive assortment price parts townships vu-
"T.\ a
., TUST received per schooner Eiicia, from New Or- I From Benjamin Garenr. Editor cf ceived and for sale by S. F. BURNEY. South of the bate line and tl'ett .f the prilldolmntdlo :
\ V to work as choppers. Liberal to Brig XVakulla and
wages per
g"o Ala.
: I an.. Shifl. } September 25, 1S47. 10Caps. ,. disco
I ialla. : has been selected with
to care, -
,: I Cz"k Bacon Ham., I tpn. Ply' LIXDES ERGEH.Xonmb ANOTHER LIFE .\ TiE establishments in Ness Fractional township two, northeast of Fort* beta
:: cltar Sid ICHE k .
1 of
6, t 11) tf .Iftrr Phv.itian' s&ill hid failed purchavd at reduced grant range one. comi.Ve
".. ; I stjoHlJer, > ln,. pncc.; received per the last arrivals! SO doz. Cloth I Fractional' township one, northeast of PoiSe*
Dr. I ( \ their customers at JUS
,: Z HSU Illinois Flour. I JiKrtr-DfII SirII f price Glazed Caps, for Gentlemen and Boy. new grant of range two. dliag
'. : r}{tbbls\ choice Famil.* Flour. Furniture. in te le cfonr D> Their styles, which will be sold very low. Fractional sections three (oar. nine. ten, fair- try; :
dial from tctirz i it* virtues in my own :
." I 'IW. nw Xo. 2. 1bckerl. I received from New York I : L. &H. GREENBERG &CO. teen and fifteen in a former Indian rPSf'nelullf'C'
low JU s Gardner wa I.t sutnner r.aot 1 1ATltJM
:: ; 1 IbrreU Cren; Apiil'i. :1f F. by HOC. hmllomf: Mahogany S'jfa, with that disc-i-..ant! alter eminent i October :0, isi.- I: tions twenty-seven twenty-eight, thirty-two, and otetSbou
.\LFRF.D >
X.veTnSfr27. l"17. l':> al .
; For -il 1r --- --- in township one
Dlnn- thirty-three township
-- 1 pr. I by had been balflcJ i it ; ,rt. to ; the eve of Mr. Stillman, all ; two. west
: > Notic: BIRCHETT 5. LTNDCNIiCRGEIt.Xovcmber27,1J7 : or afford relief, and:nprrhension: i. : thereby prcruder. and person Fall and Winter Goods. '!'of Forbes grant, and township three west cf t the
I river. of eiiht
U Apalachice.a range
,. IXointh* after d.le. th. \dini-tntor of the t tt myself that >i.e: vould not 'lr'.ivf I : upon 'tn an their article well I TUST RECEIVED from New York by Brig henry Fractional townships three,(except the 1O,11I""t lira,

S cute of R. Humphrir*. deceased hte of Leon I --- dt-r the inti...e aony, in which she arlire:comprising ss Buck a large assortment of fraction of section Ihntv-one,) and tracticaal I.wlt- enter

COalwillfe"ent| hn final account, and vouchers t BULL &PRATORIUS, I hid recourse to\ nr i-ualuable; I \'L\TER STOCK SFAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS. hip four west of Chippcla Lake" (except fhcticnal .
she had taken bottle I of it, 3ite<
if l'rohae ot I said County and l .
.. : U the corner store under the Sentinel Office and and alter taking two wi relf ing- Groeriu. Hard\1ae. XVood and Willow Ware sectional sections six, seven and thirlj-cne.)
; Lane
admni.traton.I : .
pra for a discharge Iroia aatl: 1 'I Frock and Dress Coats, of nine.Fractional .
Dad and Nails and range
November 27. ,--.47.. I 1_f m opposite the Fbffiiii Cuildinss, !hit I am inIbted to il for her lft. I I Castor Bearer Sacks,Sa.I Boots Rope and ShO:egin., I Sugar Ion., Vc. 'f'Clitls1'enty.t",, tw nry.thr" ,tittweny.rour. level

LEWIS NOW OPENING a choice and well elected this a* *ou' m: v sre Irnptr. and fancy col'd. Cassimer do For sale by on the main land in township two tf let(

: &AMES, ARK Qrtmtnt of CLOTHS. C.SIMCRS, VESTIXGS Eufiula.Julj! 15, hI.J ISJ. I Overcoats,, &,c., Heavy Pilot, Sept. 15. 1547. 9 LLOYD &FUGG.- range t1'entlix.Fracrionaluctions. thou

DEALERS I and READYMDECLO1HIXG. The great \ and Cloak of fine BIts! thirty-one thirry.two.lhi".

..: S. MEDICINES, PAINTS: OIL*:. I, care and taste bNlowt'lln the selection of these goods Worms Worm*! Vcra% I of Cas Notice. 'three and thirty-six on the main land in township that

Dm( warrant them in to all who wish to purchase WOODRUFFS WORM ., fancy Plaid, Check 5- Striped one,and fractional sections eight nine, twelve, .,. uitlUfl
Toilet Irticlft Pfrfnmery, it., Window (GIas aml DR. i net I and Jearsdo.&r. VEST! indebted to the estate of Thomas J.
i good bargain. jou will t.nl to call and examine etHcient' remedy for XVotms : ALL persons enteen twenty-fo,rtweaty-fivetwenfy-,twenty <

.. PUVTERS' EnVIEs AXD COLORS, 11 11t our stock It ...culd be a tax on time and pa. oud as the best and a* cheap as the Satins, Striped and Plaid Silk,, ,decease. are hereby notified to make seven and twenty-nineon the maiD land intowasorp let I!
STare, &c. I tienco to enumerate the dill rent SIbley t and p.lern : CERTIFICATES. :and Yalencias, Plaid Sill immediate payment ; :cd all those having demands twoot range twenty-seven.' nB

,.. : Apothccurics'3 I comp(ir this assortment. suffice it 'to say that a Icerhfy that I Dr. XVoodniff's will present their accounts properly attested, to the Fractional towrehip threeon the main land (except
rpjin above constantly on hand, and for sale a the rxirtion 01 1!these cloths' at.t Ca"it.tr.art ol Bl'ilalllN child of mine, and sue in a short lime it extensive assortment of Cloths. undtr.igner. who is duly authorized; to settle the sections onethree,sixseven sixteen and two- preccitr

I,. JL lowest market prices. i DoastCfl LllSlro, and the clothing anl wotms. JOSEPH unmanuf3cture. con!istmj same. JAMES T. ARCHER. ty-seven.) of range thirty-one.

". :- I every article of their stock i. of a style and quality' Mucogee County, Georgia 1 45. Wool Dye Agent for Magae Butler Administratrix. Sfuth of the bate line and East of At principalntendtan. TOOT
: We ha\'t received by Ute arrival* large additional that will please the most fastidious. do. do. do., English Blue and October 16,1S47. J3 2m .

': *\\W\\nulDruftMeJicin'tand\ Chemicalswhich. They \\ouldmention that these CLOTHS are of I do certify that I administered' to a Dye do.. Black Beaver and Fractional township eight and nine west n( the
o other with racist of the popular patent remedies, ack Cassimer-, do. Ribbed do. Deaf and Dumb Suwannee ,ef fourteen. tvb
; the finest texture, the bet Eneh-h wool dye French family Dr. XVoodrufTs Worm Sptcifc. : Asylum river range
,;' .. r' ".ler our ortmtnt the largest and most varied in vo'4 dJe blck.d/ Ca simerl London. wool the black,. away 5J worms ; and in case, Striped do. of the latest and OF KENTUCKY. .' rth of the bate line and Eat tf the prineiptl lid

.*. the State. f do. Cast., Frtch German black cloths,do. Cass,. m*' negro women ol Tenia or Tape 'f'i' !; VESTINGS'of! Black and meridian. Vwmn
": We hjvc'nowjn store a lot of QUININE war. French fancy Ca-siment. VhitesvihleGa.' 1S1G. JOHN J. do do. Silk Silk and Wooller flHE subscriber.as the resident agent of the said Sections twelve thirteen fourteen twenty twes-

'. ranted pure,and of very tupenorlquahty. VESTIXGS of fine black Satin fine plaid Satin,, Va'encias! Vestings of Kiel .1: Institution' offers for sale,in tracts, and upon tyone.twentytwe.twentythree.twentyfonr.twntyfive -
'.!." Jut received a ,large assortment of toil purchases,,about Four Thousand Acres twenty-six twenty-eight in :i
Silk XVoolIen Velvet, Cahmlrel! and Polkanett,, I certify that 1 gave Dr. XVoodruff' twenty-seven
': : FRESH GAUDE.V SEEDS, Cerro Gor.In and Cberub i!{. Monterey checked. negro boy -.>ho was in ba health. I ASSORTMENT OF of LAND situated in the county of Jackon. in the twenty.nine. thirty thirty-two thsrty-three !- wit

; ... from the celebrated gardens of Meters. Hovev i, Co. READY MADE CLOTHING.-Superior Fine blk. immediately 5 The boy ( rey)' ro. and Bleach'd. Cotton I State limited of exttyil.Florida. Also, the Right LcGlt. to a four, thirty-five aced thirty-six. in township ne.eC trottop

:- Atso small invoice of choice BR.\NIJYANOWINES French dress and frock coats, do. English word d he his health. Undershirts, range five.Township. (
.. .. .. of CIGARS of extra Duality. All do. do., French Ca,simer Sack Coat, Ioe-Vin do.,. Cow eta County, Ga., January, IS 17. (Silks and Merino do. The above lands were selected at an early date by one.and ,section twtft'y.fiu.' tweatysi -
and believed oo i I
of which aoflot for sale at' the lowet cash prices.. black and fancy cloth Sack. mixed dr.e-. .km opera {Lambs Wool and Angola;I an experiencedjudge, are to b amongst ,twent.even. twenty-eight,thirty-three tbitt!
the in the
.. ." LEWIS & AMES. I coat t!, black beavercloth. sack and o\er-coat, black 03* For sale by Lewis & Ames, Sole and ', .Undershirts' finest county. C. DUPONT four thirty-five and thirty-six and township two of "Cbe

: TaU.hasw. November. t47. IS Cloaks. 1'antaloomnl fine black Ca-.! ,>mdo lahassce ; also by the li.lloT.ms; :Brown and Cotton I. range six. !
". ., a great variety cf fancy Ca"rimer pants of the nine. Leon County ; James B. Beard, ; ado Colon", .fgent Sf D. .f. of fy. ,YbrtA of the late line and Weit tf t\e frinciftlmertdian. the

: ': A LL perons,, crellon.Itlalee., entitled to ais- II latest stvie. lre t* of (try description. Military *ookie. Leon County' ; S F'. Burne. ; KidGum Elastic Suspenders, Quincy, June 12, 1547.- 47 ly ebi:

'. .:. Jtntulion. o in the estate Trimming hosiery, Shirt!, Glove,, Cravat sell-, Samuel PII.ton. Urulit. Monticello' ; Merino and. Cotton Half. Fractions!township onenorth of"Forbes GrMt"
; M. D. P
of John of L*< County, are PAPY of six.Fractienaltownahip. car
Silh.lte decea.t adjusting Stocks, Suspenders, and almost everything Quincy Joshua Daviesi.of Gadsden i I Hose, range
:; O. hetehy their claim : I i connected with a gentleman's o'lit.I ker, P. M.. ClMttahoochie: and XVm. @m m A irw9 onenorth' ef"Ferbn'enato 1m
within two from this dale to the undersigned. *, Umbrellas. Money Belts.
;; Years I B &. P. are prepared to execute all orders accordI c chant Marianna. 1 ( range even. as i
: the same wilt barred ; and all persons Practice in all the Courts in the Middle Sections two, eleven twelve thirteen ftir-
or b indebte I ing to the latest and m< st approved sl\le*. August 14, 1M7. 4 &c.CLARK WILL one
make &. STILLMAN. Office on the first floor of the Capitol
aid to
'S to estate are requested pay X. It. Bv the nest arrivals we expect receive 'teen,fifteen, twenty-two I weDty-threetwenty-frer.
:. : ment. PATRICK SMITH THE REMAIXDF.R. Notice. 14 South \ing. room formerly occupied by the twenty-five twenty-.ix,twenty-sevenand I the scull-

. :. November 13, 1'17. 17It Admim.trator. October 16( 1S47. 13 and Secretary of the Terntorj eat fraction cf section twenty-tight in the feme
months after tiste! the acting Rope
November 15. 1545. 17ERSKIXE
SIX Twe Indian Reserve, the east frattica cf section thirtj-
. Tax Collector's .twill aol I testament Arthur wo
Wakulla ( Or- .
L: County Shr. llhfrtr frol three in the same, and section thirly-fcor.' thilt*
deceased make
application to JohN his
: j, SLE.BY Leon Circuit Court. of Probate Leo-i County 'for letters five and thirty-six 11 township one; sections h..plot.
tw nt.ti".
thirteen twenty-thrre. twenty-foor
virtue of the autlloritylttd in me by hw IN CHANCERY. as.Exec'itor of aid ht"ll
it' and thirt I'D townshiptwo the
I hat day levied and will 1 to CreJt/or Bill Kttate. July 17. 1M7 S2 Quincy, Florida. twenty-six thirty-five >-six.
t i .e i. upon opose fur of n M
(te1mt and section two, nice, teneleven and
Court House the C l ( attend the Justices Court of Gadsdei I ; '
sale, front ot the in coun.i
: public in E: and for Notice. WILL
James Broome others themselves and
, trmr
State of Florida. ( : m the Circuit Court of Middle Florida, twelve in township three, of range eight.
ty of Wakla. other creditors of A. M G31in. Complainant, months after date, the .' County Florida and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia. Sections thirtv-nve and thirty-tix in towaikip
On 1M Monday in May next tsTurbutt SIX six of twelve. injIhi;
;:' of William B. Kilpatnck; November 22. 1545. 13 tf range
fs R. Belton.Sarah A. Retton.his Wife, Executnxol "tte Circuit Court of the Middle Fractional township three west of Chectiw-
!!: I betwHn the u hour, the following pieces or present account and vOU.h.r* to I G:1-: Sentinel copy.
A. Gathn, and others Drftndantt.HCREA the County of Columbia of the river."of sixteen.
: parcels Lall.l.'IZ : 1. Judge cf Probate cf Jefl 'r!on Countr" range tb
oi : ; Lot numbers. containini 474 acres, and known I% **. By an order made by his Honor dihafc a* Administrator' of said U. S. Sections; twenfj-four twenty-five t. n'y'sil. tat

!t',.p",:... as the, Rivet Survey, according: the original survey IIIOMAS DOUGLAS Judge, on the 1st December July l. 1517. 52 ( 22, 1r. i l'AL thirty-five and thirty-six in township three.of rarp f
f 1S47. in the above entitled the undersigned seventeen. )
.. by Asa JUrttield, Surveyor Also 1 lots cause
'mae 40. .l. 4', -3. ,:1. 5., 51.Go. <,i. 02.C'J was appointe. among other things, to take DR. J. REESE'S Nori@e. Township three, ef range thirty. th
is due to Complainants for their Lands appropriated by law for the use of ,schools
? fiU, 70,71, 75,80, Si, 92. H.I. 1,7, S, 14. an
".' : Containing tS. each 31 X)) acres; and known and (ICS- claims and to nil other creditor of said A. M. Gat. LIVER & DYSPEPTIC (: & MAXWELL. military or ether purposes wilt be excluded feast w

l.'Q a cnbcd by said numbu.ccordin to the original turret tin, with interest thereon : and it was ordered fur. cf feeble constitutions the 'ale .

t by Survey or. ther, "That the mid later do caue '1 advertise PERSONS habits, are often I : return to Flo- The offering cf the lands will be commenced
lr mae Hartflld. ment to be Floridian, a routlN wil FROM QUI CY TO CHATTAHOOCniE, (he Jays appointed and rrcmd in the same order in
.\ rove decrib lots ot' Land situated, ly- published newspaper costiveness. which elUn Ixtrh attend all Courts of the
::'" ing and bin in county' ol XVaknlla.on the wet publiheuekly in Tallahassee, and in such influence upon their ;general health, Jackson and Franklin COln.I WILL be carried in TWO HORSE COACHE. which they are advertised, with all convenient o5s- cidl
t. of what puohc as he shall think for 1st Nov'r. Will le patch until the whole shall have been offered. II'the
.I, : tide of XVakulla River being a portion newspapers proper ularly manifested ty irregularity if B & M. will also attend the commencng
i' i* known a Forbes. Purchal. and levied upon a I the creditors of the aid Alfred M. Gathn to come appetite. In this condition of the I Court Their time will be Tuesays Sturdays. at G o'cok. p. M., arrive sales thus closed. Bat DO sale shill he kept dlF

Q the property of the Aptlachicola Land Company i in before him and prove their debt, on or before t the tide i confidently recommended with lo the legal profession, and sme days P. M., in open longer than two weeks and no private entry af

., ,:"; and wi be sold to*atu(> their Stale and CounttTn first day of May next ; and that such ol' the creditorswhoshall that', !if the dute'i: properly adjusted States for the time to take the Mail Boat for Apalachicola. Leave any cf (the lands will be admitted until after the expiration

: for con: of XVakulla, fur the year 1>4". not come in and proyethpirdebf by the time move the bowels to 3cliu.h', relief have atenti'e Chattahoochie XVednesdaysand Sundajs.at I. P. M.. of the two week*. S
AH UAH HALL Sheriff aforesaid, shall be ncuded of this decree upon without any or even the least arrive at Quincy same days 6 o'clock. P. M. Fare Given under my hand at the City 'XTashlogtsB..

."f .- and ex-tffieio Tax Collector Wakulla Co. ; and that such persons, not parties to the bill, resulting from these <)f :31 $2 00. T. D. WILSON, this twenty-third thy of October Anno Domini ew

i.:: October itt J. I I&H. 1'k" "hI.hall come in before' the said Master to prove lequenct tive medicine usually resorted' to. ''Proprietor.N. thousand eight bundled and fortyseven.By .

.: their debts do. before they are admitted.dlrectom; Persons subject to Bilious Cholic B. Private conveyance can be procured at any the President.

: : j Spanish 'Regalias.JUST contribute to the complainants their proportion of preventive properties of lId medicine Notce. time.November JAMES i;. POLL

received per Brig Lucy and the expenses of this suit, to be settled by the said the first intimation *,fan approaching present my final ac. 6, 1S47. 16 2 RICHARD M. YOrXG.Comnittioner .
:; 90,000 fur sale by Master. And it was also ordered,that.an accountbe are some constitutions Jia!':'eto to the Hon. Judge of Probate of the General Land Office.

l,1 L a- U. GREENBERG &CO. taken of all turitie or collaterals held by the Bilious Fever almost every lull ; to of Jefferson, and apply for a DR. J. S. BOND
creditors and a report be made of the of the estate of Abram NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS- C
October 3J. JS-1. 1: respectively this medicine is r. commended! be his professional service to the citizens
.1 .; -- I.me. .and of the value of each. And it was also by the middle of May or first of June. county.deceased. OFFERS and the surrounding country.' Every person entitled to the right of pre-emptx

; Dr. J. H. Scales ordered that I all parties may be examined upon in. Those hoe digestive rgan-i are (< WILLIAM GORMAN. Office at Col. Fisher's Hotel. to any lands within the I nits ef the township n'

1 : terropalone*.and produce all books and paper in perience a sense of |lillness, weight 13,1>-47. 9 6m May 29, t( part of townships above enumerated i is require! t
I SURGEGON DENTIST their custody or power relating I hereto,upon oalh about the stomach' alter eating will 181. : establish the same to the satisfaction of the Regvlf

I..J; b- found at hi* old Roms at J. L. Denvl- before>" the said Master, a the sid Master shall direct cine afford almost immediate relief. Coffee. U.S. MAIL and Receiver of the proper Land Office and mtkt

: WILL! Boarding louse during the fall and win. Ladies near their confinement COFFEE LIE payment I therefor at coin at p.ditdIIftrr It"
ler months, unless professionally cnjaped.l .- Now therefore all persons claiming to be creditors heartburn and costiveness : to such do. thit; notice and before the day appointed for the rca-

t t. l Ir. S. having just received a large supply of all. kinds of said A. M. Gathn are hereby in pursuance of highly recommended, a it can be used : do. mencement of the public safe of the lands. embrt-

: f Clf f material appertaining to his profession, .. now sid order notified' to produce their claims, and the least danger and with' great benefit. In and for sale by cing the tract claimed; otherwise orb claim will
in thereof and all
with neatness and support colaterl.and headache it invaluable be forfeited.
to rf\r any cperotion before ous io & y LLOYD t FLACG.
.rclut.to the ifl'st ap' \t1 l plans. securities' rhrreor. me, at my in CfCf Tala. This article will b found to art I a RICHARD M. YOUXG.

OctoWr,hi. 1S47. 13 biases, time limite dial and tonic, restoring the appetite Commissioner ff the General Land ffiet-

\ -- _ otherwise comply with provisions of the same, same time fulfilling every intention II. BUNTING, From Tallahassee to Macon. November ft. 1847. 16 13w _
that they may b admitt parties to the said suit. intended effect. It u
are to DENTIST
i : Kerseys_ Groceries, &c. purzatives N. 11!. ITIAilTIN
ij Dated this Dfmbr. A. 147. etable, and. when used according to Through in forty.tlN hours from Tallahassee to ,

:. ,'. '. Ie \S OF NFGRO KER>EYS. SIMON Speca Master. will be found an invaluable article' located in QuinCy.1orida. Macon and to Charleston in three days, Commiuion and fenranlii Imliait,

.,' \ c(. of Russett Brogani, a fine al title. December 4 o. 1S47. 20 I aflcred with Dv pepsia, Derangement (of his his profession.snicel From his in time lo take the Mail Boats on log Povdras stredNF.WORLEANS. .

." UI.krv'OJ'* Pickles, | --, or Debility. J\Torth the fourth day. LA.
t in he feel assured .
Lb.'en.' Notice Prepared by Doctor J. Reee, Griffin, pracice. him. THE Stage will leave Tallahassee on Mondays SELLING RECEIVING AND FOlt-

I. Prep-ued Cooa. Georgta and for sale by appointment : may patronise and Fridays at 4 o'clock A. M., BUYING. attended to with .

+ ", Red Currant Jelly IS hereby given to all person inrerlttl. that six E BARNARD, Jr'.., to and arrive in M-acontia Quincy, Bainbi e. Newton promptM'lloaU'Ea.
Dr. J. M. XV. D. TO
f Pepper Sauce months after dateI snail present my dual account Drug Store S.VIDSOJT, Albany Americus, and Perry) on Tuesday, Jjfo. W. ARGYLE, LATHAM & Banal,
Dr. R. E.
, Miuf j M. E. Church. Ladies waited
S While XVine \'inta. for the County of J.ftnol.and apply for a discharge e Mot time for the car for Savannah. Leaving Macon onMondas. December 5,1S-I6. 20

a Lamp Oil, Linseed ditto, ki the .' estate of Anna Brooks, a usual ,XVednesdays. and Fridays. at 4 o'clock A

I' Youu$ Hy on Tea, (very fne.) late of lid Couoty deceased.JAMES HARDY BRYAN S M.and arriving Tallahassee on Tuesday Thum-

; Gvni| "wder do. Black R. BROOKS Agent for Thomas county, days, and Saturdays at 10 o'clock, P. M. This line Notice.SIX .

i Now re iio per Brie Newcastle from Boston Jefferson County, Oct. 30, &. 1 {m May -2?. 1M7. 44 Notice. connect with the Central Rail Road,Savannah, Anpista months after date,shall present ay aerosol'

GE.IL MflNNIs ,I shall present my accounts' Milledgeville and Western Rail Road to Co vouchers to the Hen. Judge ef Probate* it

i4 October ?, Isn. Lad for Sale. the Hon.Judge of Probate in mbns, Ga. It also connect with the Mail Line Jefferson county, and apply for kttrr ef 4 misies

,I Fancy Goods.1ADRILLE undersigned will sell his. J teron.ld apply for a dis from Quincy to Chattahoochie thence to Apalachicola. as Administrator on the estate of Henry FeMbfff

: NEW.IOREIC4ORGE /" P DE SOlE, Black Gro.ode Rhine, T where he DW resides, 11 mile bori. no of the estate Passenger cart go from Tallahassee to late[ of Jefferson county deceawd'HENRY

V> Plain and Embroidered Mouslin de Tallahassee, on Lake Erie applied of aid County deceased1.T. Columbus in three day, and but one night will be GREE1'iBERG..Adm'r.

H. MEGINNISS Satin striped C.hmrre.plaid spun Lines, wi.be to remove to his place on BEATTY. spent on the road between Tallahassee and Macon' October 16, 1841. 13 ra'
Slu 1847. 50 6m The rest assured that every attention will
TS receiving and openinz at the tore next door French Gingham.,Tat tat Plaids, settlement contain 4S acre, 200 i public nay '
L to Mr. finrnev'*, a c assortment modsr.uitii Scarfs and Cravats, Egyptian and Regency Lace, and in good order. There is a be paid to the comfort of those who may patronize .Notice.
r nera 0 Collars trimmed and untrimmed with convenient out bevies, this Line. from
r > K DRY GRO- negro FARE persons are hereby tonwaraee :
Itc. wbich he Linen Cam. Hdkf French Kid Glove, This land produces u fine crops as Clothg. ALL a NOTE payable I. David XeiU .7 ..
,. wi .el very and i *. 20 do. Lu From TaUahawee to Quiney$13 50; to Bainbridge,
"EIF. Ladies and Mimes spun Silk Glove, section of country. : Plain. > hold bit papers for near the ameant ud be rtfss
and to Macon 822-
13 6&TSA Gentlemen printed L. C. Hdkfi,a new article, outlet and An nae.ld uDtuale Onaburg Virginia do., $5; to Alban.WRiGHT 811. to exchange.: The note is doe the first( 1MW?
OctoSer4oIS4l. *, 5 di,.7-8 Domestics 5 do. fc SAWYER Proprieton.
Do. Sam and Cravat, fine fishing. As tLtf may 3 eit. an4 dated inFebmrr lisf. "I wiUwtptytW
Now Carryl and Emetine, and I the lowest price that I will blanket, S CUt Negro B/JOHICM. TARN, Agent. b .
BALSAM OK WILD for receiving very bi. aid note,u&Iest eompeUta ; **
'S Brig Office at the Planter' HoteL Ta11ahuleeC.Eo .
CHERY. p and better Jut received and for sale bj UOTff
\: for sale low by IL'MEGINNISS.October per acre, a bargain NICHOLAS *
r" %iy lffl. LEWI J I 3MS47. 13 o rida. ). S. F. BURNEY. BAILEY,Agent; at Mai.12 NATHAN?,in tzninq.lulllsll. Cjecraber 18. 1647. n

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