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: March 18, 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
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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Remark* :of Mr. Yulee, of Florida. .I n ; ., ,
JWrwary, 14.15, & 17, ISIS.On !_', r
be RigKu ofths People of the United THE LO D t1
Slates in Acquired Territory. t l :
It will W observed, that I speak of the pro. f ')
Hibition slavery in the territories as! an ex. j4
elusion of the citizens of Ihe slaveholding:; -- -- - -

States. It needs no argument to show, that if BY SIBLEY & DYKE) TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, MARCH 1 18,1318. El"
the occupation of(he territory is made to de.
rend upon a condition which involves a total ;
change in the habits and capital of a citizen, should be regarded in the whole administration between the withdrawal of one code of laws as municipal, simply. It may well be doubt "Ii ;.
and a disruption in the form of his domestic of the Federal authority. If the States and the prescription of another by the new ed whether, under any 1.IfD of Government, quire. ; ;
community, the exclusion is, to all intents, are to be. regarded as equals, then what the sovereign, the custom has grown up among laws of this description, from their deep bearing : I '
complete, just as much BO as if the citizens of I' same author (Vattel, p. 149)) says with respect nations from a regard fir the interests of hu- upon the social: and civil relations, are not 1 f:
a part of the States were forbidden to carry to independent States, well applies to inanity, and to prevent a total dissolution of entitled to be regarded a* fundamental in their J.
their wires, their children, and their wealth. I their relations : "None can naturally lay social order, leaving in force in such cases nature, and appropriately pertaining to the the .
Congress, in its discretion, opens territory I'claim to any !superior prerogative, for what. I those necessary regulations which protect the clan political laws. t t I._
to settlement t, it is necessarily and of right ever privileges any one of them derives from natural rights of the inhabitant, and preserve But, with reference to our system of Government t; f
open in equal degree to all the citizens of the 'freedom and sovereignty, the others equally order in their social relations. But these regulations if I am not mistaken, there can be and t t:
several States. If the citizen of one State 'derive the same from the same Iource rest for their force not upon the en. no doubt. I have endeavored to show, in a Sir, ( .J
ray go upon it and enjoy its use, FO may. If we may borrow an illustration from the actmentofthe former sovereign, but upon the I preceding part of my argument, that the twrri- to gftr : t l
rightfully, the citizen of every other State! ot ordinary case cf joint or common property assent, which custom presumes, of the Hew tory ofthe United States being federative property may i
the Union ; for otherwise the tenure of the j among inJi\'iduaU.'it \ill *>.e admitted by all, sovereign. The municipal regulations! such must be held in subserviency to the The : .1 J
States would bo unequal. The ri-ihttogo; I that while! all tinjoint owners are bound to allowed to prevail temporarily, arc, in the very eqi.al' political right of all the prt ofthe Union 'J
Upon the territory involves the right:; to carry i j, equal contribution, so all arc alike entitled to nature of the custom, limited to the precise I to benefit from it ; and that property in and .I "
family and property \ for these, if I may so i eq'ial advantages in iu u>e.I necessities of the case and operate only to slates! leiuig rrcogui/et! in a large portion who ; t
speak, are a part of every man's political or I;I I need not enlarge upon; the importance of govern the relations of ihe persons thu tra..s: of the Union, is therefore to If regarded a abide '
tivil entity. Ifhis going upon the territory I justice in the conduct of governments. It is 'ierrcd, between each other, until a new code I' part cf the poitical! system of tLe United in it i
is legal, be docs not lose his title to he the basis of all bccivty, and without it, order, is provided. They cannot prevail a a law. States in their federative relation. If I am I t 1
tected in his natural rights personal pn/.j and all the other: virtues bocial and politicallife of government for the territory thus acquired : correct in this, the equal riht to the use of before ( 1:hi
tit!, liberty, and property ; and inasmuch would soon depart. Its observance is nor can any municipal regulations: remain H I: territory, and the rigl.t to hold stale property. this : f,
the Federal Government has become the I more important even with nations than individuals force which are inconsistent with the prerogative in feJ-ralite territory are political rights under I States \
agent or trustee of the people of his State in :)I and above all should it be an attribute and rights of the new sovereign, or j the federatae compact, and are thus a part ; ? f ,
the Government of the territory, it is bound to j of associate and confederate nations,or united which abridge or embarrass his title to the use* ofthe fundamental political lay: under the "they ( i
afford him the needful protection. The for., States. No voluntary! association can long of his new ncqui'ition. Of this nature would t Constitution. It would follow, 11.tI, that all
cible manumission of his slave would be u. endure hich is not ruled by justice. be any regulation! which confiscated or extinguished -I' ancient laws, in territories! acquired by the gage ;,
violation of his right of property, which, being I Before proceeding to another point in the I the property ofa citizen ofthe new United Slates, which might duiurb a citizen; I
contrary to the duty of Congress, could not be argument, I will notice, in passing, an'objec. sovereignty:; who came upon the territory to ofthe Government; in Iii, right to an tcpallic proud I (!
legally enacted, and being contrary to thoI I! tion that may be hastily made by some, to the enjoy of right, its use. The rights of prltr-I j or! it, aii'l to the secure tenure vI his slave: pro. I respond ( : i ;
right of the citizens, should be actively! pic. J Jvented. absolute dependence 11JJ"t shown to exist on I ty of the inhabitants remain Iaef'c; l ;i pertv while upon it. would: extinguished: ; State, I .1 ;
i I the part urthe inhabitants of a territory to. Jaof the old government can rightfully TC- [ lie-calls in the conflict with the pulilical: svs- right ." 1
It will be no answer to tell me, that what i is: j wards I may be supposed\ main in force which disturbs the tenure of: tern G'' the new sovereign : for it is universally : I i Id not = ) t
property in one State or community Is not necessarily j that I regard inhabitants of our Territories to, property in a meraber ofthf new sovereignty / admitted, that tli. laws of R political bearing i : 4 .4
so in another. That continues I to i be merely vassals or subjects. By no means. ; for this would be inconsistent with: the or as they are denominated political laws, I Ab/ : -.( .
be property, in territory ofthe United States, I I consider that the citizens ofa State of the sovereign right of use. \uuId cease of their force upon a dang of t.t: f
which is recognized as property in the Stateof I Union who goes upon territory belonging to I It is with these limitations l are lo rectite i sovereignty.! Congress could pass no law !I tion of :
the Union from which the citizen brings s the United States, goes there as a citizen of r rI I the doctrine that the municipal laws of a ceded \IiIl ccntlicted with the: political system of! I tke ? l ;
it. The trustee of the States is as much the, 'i the State of which he is a member, and does I' territory remain in furce. Any other slew -a fortiori: Mexico can transmit no, was i .'f.
agent of one State as another, and is bound| ': not lose that relation to his State while! resident -'I ofthe subject would, :l I apprehend, be at I 1fur our territories w hicb are of that natun .. I ed- .t. $J ;
to reverence and regard: the institutions of[ ;: in the territory, nor until he becomes a war with the whole theory ofbovercigcty and I : : ; t.o :
each. The tenure by which property in I i, member of a new State, by the organization: !jurisdiction. Ti e conclusion I reach seems to me sustained .. priest .i : : \
slaves is held must be treated by the Federal ]i of the inhabitants ul 'tie territory into a suvI 2. It is under and by authority ofthe Con.stittitioui by sufficient reasons. No law or rrgul j that ? : 'j
Government as a rightful: tenure, and be pro. :;I ereign community under the sanction of the that Congress holds the jurisdiction: l ltiumi. can remain in 'force or !h': t'n&ctedinI 1' '.
tected as property, so long as it is permitted I i ;; United States. I is in that character that he and ejcrci!es the government of territories any territory belonging: to the United Slates I catc l it ;
by a State of the Union. This is not the j j continues to be entitlC to the :guardianship; cfj belonging to the United States. ThU jurisdiction which is. incompatible: : with! the rights of the Go j I"I '
Government ofthe people of New York any |j his State, and protection of the United and authority are necessarily exclusive -I people 01 the United States under the Constitution = : :
more than the people of \ rgiui;:.. It is upon State, in all hisjisat! rights, including those of as I have heretofore shown. no matter whether such t-rrtary: be with : ; : 1- 4
this principle that the Constitution authorizesthe property. As regards inhabitants whose al.legiance .'I Now then, the ancient laws, municipal or I acquired with or without inhabitants. to : t .
recaption offugitives, and that the Federal is acquired. with th- territory, it may other, can only remain in force, in newY.ac.! The Senator took occasion ycstenhy! to of beiu i t.s
Government has always claimed indemnity i; be more difficult to define their precise rcla.I j quired territory, by virtue of an expressed o! cal my attention to the resolutions! of Dem- Times. !' ;
for injuries done by foreign: nations: to the tion. Let it suffice, that I, for one, am averse i I presumed assent of Congress : but no such: '! Convention (J Georgia, and to the ; .
slave property of citizens of the United: States j i to any acquisitions! : which bring with them assent can bo be presumed in regared to I laws (: opinions of a distinguished member of the A "'
The Federal agency was created as much by i! an)large body of inhabitants! not prepared which are incompatible with the rights of the j other House from \ irginia: and via writer in Llaml'lt 1
the people ofthe southern States, for the pro. I fur early organization into so\areign commu. I people ofthe States of the Union under the I,[ the Southern Review, with a view showing worl; .. ,
tection and benefit of themselves and their nilies.Mr.. Constitution ; for Congress is the cieature: of that the doctrine of a right in the inhabitantsof I I 2 !
property, as it was by the people (If the north : DICKINSON. If the Senator please, I I!'the people of Ihe several States, and the Con. territory of the United Slate to act upon but :, .,.. I
ern States. It is the Government of the I' desire to ascertain his views more Uly), by j I stitution is the rule of action tney J Lave pre. the subject cf;i sa'crJ:1! : recognized in the one-lo : -
whole! because it is the Government of each propounding one or two questions. /T i scribed to it. South and : J ;
ofthe States, and not the Governrnennt cfi:I Mr. Yi'tEE. Certainly.. I I We are now prepared for the note distinct The Georgia resolutions! to which he referred read ( -
each, because it is the Government of the i Mr. D1 IX50X. Fri t. Suppose Canada j inquiry whether, because slavery! was abolished will not sustain the ehjrct with which be J R
whole. Each adopted it by itselfand for it. I should be annexed to the United States with I! by an ancient edict among the inhabit- he referred to Them ; fur I 'find that th y expressly soul, : J j:
fcelC Hence, in their federative character out any change in her laws ; would the institution )1 I ants territory newly acquired by the United declare, I is the constitutional right the day : '
slavery is a legal institution of the people of r of slavery exist there without legisla I States, that edict would continue its operstionso of eiery citizen to remote and kettle with his :. ,
r the United States ; and it follows, as a consequence tion.Mr. so as toafiect the tenure of one ofthe people property in any of the territories cube United ". : i "
t ,that, upon federative territory, proper.I .nEE. If Canada was acquired as I J S of tho United States carrying his slave upon States." saw 5 J t
in slaves is a legal tenure. territory, any citizen ofa State of{ this Union I But I vill beg leave to present, as the best than I '
r If the United States cannot rightfully so could go upon it with his family and property I I readily concede, that although by the evidence ofthe position ofthe South upon the she a : ;
;;, discriminate as to exclude a citizen of one of'I j slaves a well a other, and would be entitled change jurisdiction the force ofthe ancient subject, the resolutions of several ofthe StateLegisletures axed eed.on.t'f. 1" "'
r the States with his slates from territory of the 'i to reside there, securely, under the guarantees i edict would! cease, shaves onco emancipated passed in every instance l by elbow ? .
I United States, nor destroy nor disturb! his { of the Constitution, while it continued to be a byits operation would not be remitted to unanimous voes.: ed her ," ; .
, rightful property in them, neither can it indifectly part of the territory belonging to the United 1 slavery! ; for this would be only extinguishing For this purpose, I will read one of the o\ri-h. 1 1':,
:: do so, either by delegating such authority States. one !law ofthe lapsed sovereignty to revive an resolutions of the Virginia Legislature, which I ye Ibll I : "' t.
i to an agent ; fur. the act of' the agent is t Mr. DICKINSON. One further question. older one, which had recognized the slave apropcrl is in the following language : : ; *
: that of the principal : nor by acquiescence of Can Congress, or any other legislative body, %. The inhabitants, whether black! or *. -. liesoltcd, unanimously That, underno was I :. iLl
i In a usurped authority over the subject by its S exercise any authority or control over the sub. I white, freemen or peones, would! preserve circumstances: "i this body recognize as axing W I: ?
L agent; for acquiescence, when there is power jcct, so long as the territory annexed remains their respective relations and social condition, binding any enactment by the Federal Government : into a : :
t to prevent, is adoption. But, on the contrary aTerriiory ) j j n existing at the moment transfer, fa far. as which Las for its object the prohibi. no fun. I j! : I : ;:
f< the United States Government is bound, Mr. YfLEE. Neither Congress nor anyother might be compatible with the general lundaj tion slavery: in any territory to be acquired cream I! .! :-
I by an active exertion of its authorityto protect L legislative body would have any authori. j i mental policy and laws ofthe United States. either by conquest or treaty : hdding it to be warnt I II :.
t and maintain the rights of all citizens legally ty to pass a law by which the property of a I On the other hand, it must be conceded bv the natural and indefeasible: right of each and I j I said Pru ; I 1
inhabiting a territory ; for the exercise otju citizen, going rightfully upon such territory, I every one, that no municipal law could remainin every citizen ofevery State ofthi Confederacv j t t'oluntar .
risdiction having been confided to the General could: be divested-no matter whether such force which would diminish tLe sovereign to reside with his property, of whatever j:I thunk '
Government, no other power can: interfere for j property] consisted in slaves or anything else. authority, or embarrass the use ofthe territory description, in any territory which may bs acquired -i; look it'
the purpose. There is no legitimate authority -!' But Congress would! be bound, IJ its duty a to its new owner. This is too clear to ad. by the arms of the United State, or !I a rale t-f "
within the limits of/ the territory except as the common agent of the people }the States i mil of denial.! yielded by treaty with any foreign power.:' I I I If I _, ;!
derived from the United States ; and consti- I of the Union, to ,pass all laws necessary to I ole us suppose, firt, that t tlir State: of A resolution!: of tke Georgia Legislature! as said i '
luted, as Congress is,the trustee! in possession, protect him in the undisturbed tenure of such this Union were all separate, and that Texas I Ias follows : I I athan. I I I ;. -'I i
it must guaranty the.just rights of all interested of his property.I I an independent community, acquired the I : lie it (further rcsdccd? by the/ aufliirilyaferesa.d '* I you ',
; and can only fulfil this obligation of guar- propose now to consider whether the circumstance territory : of course it would become a part of, That any territory acquired or to f I I t
anty by an active suppression of whatever that there are inhabitants I living !j t the domain Texas. Could! any law remain j i I be acquired by the arm of thc United States, I said j j
may threaten injury to those rights. If then, upon territory at the clato of its acquisition, in force in the new territory, after it covered or by treaty with foreign power, becomes than .
a citizen ofa SLate has a right to go upon can alter the results of my preceding argument by the jurisdiction of Texashich was contrary iLe comma property}. ofthe several States .* My i :
the territory with his slaves, the United Statesis as to the rights of the people of United to her established laws of f property ? I composing this Confederacy ; and whilst it so : .
bound to guaranty Lim the security of States, with respect to its enjoyment.Is I Could the Texan community, the owners, a continues, it is the right of each citizen, of |,v
such of his property against all interference the territory acquired by conquest or they would be, of the territory, be excluded: each and every State, to reside: with his pro. at all ,
while within the limits ofthe territory ; andto any the less a common property of t from its use by virtue of any previous ordinance ] pert of description wiihin: such terri your .f
prohibit by its mandates: and prevent by the United States, because there are inhabitants of its ancient sovereign abolishing slavery torr" e"erJ li 4
the public force, any such interference from I of a foreign origin upon it ? Certainlynot 1 Every one wi respond to this, assured.ly A resolution ofthe Alabama Legislaturp : and -a l
Any quarter. a all must concede. Then surely it must not. Now, to the people of Texas *. 2. lie further resolved That under nocircumstances have -
But aside of all other arguments, the general be subject to all the rules which apply to a those of the other fourteen s'aveholding: ,' Statesas will this bo'ly recognize as be. till you J
) principles of right are sufficient to the common property a between the owner I united purchasers with her : would not the ing any enactment of the Federal Government and ,' :"
resolution ofthe question.The Do the inhabitants foreign origin living result be the same ? Add, then, the people t, which has for. its object! the prohibition so that t
States are united as equals, and the upon such territory possess inherently any I ofthe fifteen northern States ; would their accession of slavery in any territory to LP acquired where : ..s =
citizens of the United Slates are associated asequals. larger rights than the free citizens (the United as joint owners alter the just rights of either bJ conquest or treaty, holding tt to I/? surance, ; ,. I
From this iffollexvg, that both as I States who go upon it 1 The answer the others ? If so, the Government of the the natural and indefeasible right of each citizen pressing .. :) ;
States and as citizens, equality in the adrantiges must be, no ; for if the right of the sovereign United States may be considered as a Government of each and every State of tLe Confedaracy positive !
\ as well as burdens ofthe common prop- to govern in his territory is absolute, it is ab. of and for the North, and not cf and for to reside with his property of very description nature is t i iI
(sly is to be observed.In solute a respects all persons whe live uponit the whole people of the Union. in any territory which may be acquiredby rupt and I ;. "
all civil societies, a pact (to use the without regard to origin. There can be Again : The Catholic religion is established the arms ofthe United States, or yielled :
'words of Puffendorff; Book I, ch. 8, 9)) is no power jurisdiction in the territory of a in Mexico, and Protestantism is excluded bylaw I by treaty with any foreign power." how : \j
either expressly, or at least tacitly made I I nation independent of its sovereignty.But : wouI that law or regulation remain in; These resolutions present, a I hold, the coiduce ,
between the society and the members, II) let us consider the subject first with force territory we may at an time acquire true position of the great body of the South ; books ; j ,1 1,
;I which the society engagelh to give him t reference to the laws and custom of nations, from Mexico ? Certainly not ;)far Congress j! and, upon this position, I stand with them. for their a !
'just share and proportion of the goods which'it and next with reference to the Constitution oftbe being restrained by the Constitution\ from I Mr.J FOOTE here requested to be allowed to for their J' : i
; enjoys as a common body ; aud the memo I United States Government. making any laws inconsistent will "the free I! read an amendment, which l.e stated it was to be l
'ber promiselh that he will bear his proper 1. Upon the conquest or purchase (terri. exercise" of religion, a soon as jurisdiction ,' the purpose of Mr. DICKINSON to accept a come ; -
S'and equal part of those burdens: which conduce tory, the sovereignty and jurisdiction of the ofthe United States attached, all J jaws creating !! an addition to his second resolution, nnd to & i t t
, to the preservation of the society, con. nation losing the territory ceases, and that of discriminations between citizenofdif1r. which bo stated was prepared and agreed medicine ;
side red a such. the acquiring power ,simultaneously! : succeeds. ent religions would at once cxpirr. Why ? upon somu time since. The designed amend. to allow t i j
Valtel, (p. 110.) speaking of common pro. Civil laws, all rules for the government or Because such laws would be contrary to a merit was in the fJnodn words : out a i i O
'JT7. describes it a being "common to all conduct of civil societies, have force, as laws, fundamental principle of the federative com- *. In lu : Federal Constitution of pious ",3
t 'the citizens who take advantage out, each only because they express the sovereign andsupreme pact. .And clearly, for the same reason, all and reserved rights of(La States and Pt'o.pJe. ;4 t t
according the laws which regulate their "i of the State. When the sovereignty laws which would create inequality' or discrimination ." .,
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'use. And afler statin. that the same ceases, itt will being no longer su- between the citizens ofthe United 11 r. Yrtr.c pro.edl'J I am obliged to and of !
: rule go" : property with preioe, the laws which emanated from it necessarily States in other-respect expire ; for equality : I. the Senator for ilfurmntion. He was so and | : t ;
fUpc to cf the corporation, cease of their force. Upon the withj of rights in the citizens ofthe Union is, in good to show me the amendment yesterday.But the dead ,
public property with respect lo the j draw al, therefore, of tho authority of the for. like manner, a fundamental principle of the while I recognize in it a good spirit, and ; I\ tl
whole nation, says, (p. ) 1 all the memo mcr the institutions federative But if :
11 j I' sovereign, pre-existing compact. the doctrine that and .t disposition to make the Constitution the enriches f j
bersof corporation h \"e an equal right to' and laws for the fountain all laws remained in force
I instantly expire ; municipal until repealed rule to which they will conform I must frank. the mind
the u of its common property. But, res. which gave them vigor and vitality is cut off. was correct, then the Mexican restriction ly bay, it does not meet the iesue. The effect But of : f i
'petting the means of enjoying it, the body cf'the To render the proposition more plain, ] upon the freedom of religion would con. ofthe amendment would ba ouly to declare were we -t 1";
corporation may make such regulations'u will present it in another form. The laws ofa tinue permanently in force ; for Congress that the local legislature must legislate under portant, '4. J-
they think proper, provided tbat those'ftgul&tiorzz na'ion are confined to the limits of its terri. could not repeal ., being prohibited by theCon.titutio the Constitution, leaving wholly undetermined to be the ; ** (J
I b no inconsistent with that torial jurisdiction. When it parts with the from making any law respecting the material point, what are the rights of without .
:'ttUr whic ought to be preserved in a jurisdiction of any portion of its domain, the an establishment of religion." And on the people of the Southern States under the :
:toauauuioa property. Thus, a corporaV whole body of laws necessarily retire to the supposition that the Senator ,,a correctin Constitution, in repect to the use of the territory ,
,V m determine the use of a common the limits of the territory to which its jurisdiction his opinion, that the inhabitants ofthe ter. ? i t
,Itd w pasture either allowing it to all the bcoms contracted by the cession. ritorr possessed the right of legislation, i Before I take my seat, I desire to say, that Hot :
:: .tin ttrtlie1 arnC to their wants, or allot- By political law of nations, then, there would b continued in force so long a in discussing this subject, I hare directedmy be made t
r &.th equal share ; but they bare would be no laws remaining in force in the population acquired with the territory main. if remarks principally to a reply loathe argument quarts :4 .
ot&tit exclude any one ofthe number, territory tkus dissevered, and it would remain tamed the ascendency. Nay, the restriction of the Senator from New York [Mr. and a ].
G ditLijsctio 10 Au dadoanage without government until a code was enacted might be continued even after the establish. IicxI5ON3 it has not been because of any three"or enough L. .
'b oth" him a less skare by the new sovereign. To suppose otherwise ment ofa Sate Government ; for the State desire to embark in a controversial debate .
> would be to suppose that a nation could would hare the right to create .religious establishment with him. But differiag from the views of cup of t I
ob! me htppiy, eipreMTepeople ; extend its laws beyond the limits of its own : and, in the event of our incor. which be sto forth &the exponent upon this to pour i J
e ot. of the United! States jurisdiction, and into tM jurisdiction of an prating any densely.populaled part of floor, I fell my duty to present counterreso.lutiens hour,
,15ePed: t t common property in territotbi ther nation ; which would'' b an absurdity ,? would aisurjdly b the to those he Lad proposed ; and, in supporting comb and S I : i .
L. .Sequala the Stales con. term as in principle.But It will b observed that hare treaed Jexi'j my position, I have been obliged to i
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andj. require* their equality innraueh a a period might intervene recognizing or abolishing property in review his doctrines- with such strictness of r what i it ,( I IuIP

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II"-'f'4 ; : ;:: -------HAY* MEN IN-MEXICO.TV at only a few short months since. This lim- therefore knows better how to operate up to shriek,up in, a tone which the gentlem: In pursuance of not ice,a Democratic lfeet- paper Tallahassee, and the Qoincy Timci.
'1\ '" Indiana Regi.trrgei' a ..rieuhery plo! f"ctlels the story 8 to the money mar. them. It is added, that swords dispatches of Generals Pil- ftncied was not unfamiiliar! to him. He tok Ing was held in the town of Quincy, P. W. W ,&.'..

j ;! ,,:' nlerestinj' ; ; letters from Cot Dumont of ii kct. MuneJ is a drug at 3 to 4 per cer ;. order low and to Worth restore, and the Colonel! Duncan." the liberty of lifting her veil, and h btM< lllb of March, inst., to appoint delegates 10 DEMOCRATIC MEETING IN

!' i'; .. Indiana Volunteer Te following is ni jib capital so abundant it must wek in1elt.and Tho A !vican Star of the 11Mb in acomjmentary _, his elJe-t daugh'er, whom be hs.J the Democratic State Convention, to meet al COUNTY.A ALci6A

1' : <: exceedingly l graphic interfiling descr )' mnt. Trade will feel the salutary effect, m supposed safe at her boarding school at Hamenimilh. Madison on the third Monday of the present of the Democratic
article to Scott : meeting
: '. of the famous Texas all classes will be benefited. says is needless to that he tok month. Dr. Thomas Monroe was called to party wts
; : Iron of the rntrnnce
:' ltn. say
orders it Newnansville
I held
reference to general at on Tuesday
By 14th
:. 'f:' 'r4 : into the city of Mexico : That Cotton should go up and become more wi precautions keep the Sunday Times out of the Chair, and P. W.White appointed Seer .
turned I for the of
j. gers be seen that Gen. Scott 'has over inst., purpose appointing delegateto
been ,
.I ( .-, .\rl yes, I was aboirt telling you IIOW active, is reasonable. I has depress and the command of the to Gen. Butler.We tho young lady's hands for tho future ; I Ihowever ns, (tary. A committee was appointed,composed the State Democratic Convention to
of trade army a.et
i''. 1,1,1 f. the Rangers came to town. They rode- owing to the great depression inform lj. readers fthls- eligible! a medium it might prove to of five, ta draft Resolutions, and report auch Madison the 30th inst., and
to our at
on WM
. t .yI' '.. """ .<,. w)me tideways .$oTTh, s'anding upright, .Iom" high rato of intfrt!t. These causes are 6toek( i rc-, when promised officially advised on the subject, and( we him for obtaining a wife, he had no desire that: matter a might be proper for the action or izcd by the election of THOMAS J. onrtn.PRE.

fhnk faced to the : moved( and, with small comparative should it to obtain hu-: the Said committee consistedGen. of
\ some his
: reverse daughter employ meeting.
; : >j rea Althoughwere Chairman and
: ; tit now do so, though with regret.' \C vAry, Esq. Gen. SAML.RUSSELL .
,.}, ." .:. .,'.. acme on horses, some on a ?cs, some on muse prices po up. that the had :re- bands. C. 11. Dupont, Ch'n., Ja.M. Gilchri, & The
, ) told in Puebla Gcnrt as object of lk*
t: : ". lang c, and soru* on mule Here they Clme, Asto HreadslufTs, we had nothing to expecf. active operatic R. K. SbawJohn Erskine, Esq., and A. 1 I K. Secrear.
: above that of : to be relieved meeting having explained by the
; :I 11', .;; '' rag-tag stud l bobtail, pell-mell, belter-skelt Our mukt here is decidedly to ceased quested, we were not prepared to receive the From the .\: J': Jferal.l, )b. 27. Allison, who retired and after a short time : Ct"man
farmers consenta .
: with slouched! Imt, Liverpool ; and until our THE REPUBL returned with the Resolutions :
head of< covered a IMPORTANT FROM following
t : The ) one We do HIGHLY
such had been case. of
that On motion James A. Peden
,. :; Flour there be I news ,
Ii reduction in Wheat and cm %
cocked hat, OF Resolved That decided E.
with 1. arc
: : that f( another a towering not think either the Government or Genera1: \EEZUELA. whie10 committee of five was appointed to
: 1 I ,. hnd a third htre.budlo whilst twenty olhers no export. Scott's inclinations should take him from t the Tcrrille Massacre of.Mcmltrs of Congress. opposed to that system Concussing", which delegates to attend the Stale Democratic Cue.vcntion. .

: ",' ,had oflhe *"iu of every vari Tht1 same paper says : has ANTICIPATED REVOLVTIOX.Wo not unfreqtiently results in enslaving the yeo-
I cars mide. He
mali ) until a is .
York willlout acom.
The of Nevr arc army peace
: : 'I : : c.fid!. and lame bca!ls. The dog, the merchant the pushed so much and against such great odJg<3 have received soma highly importa manry: of the country, to the behests of tbe I The committee having retired for a few
their letters and on -
I .: ," tho bar,' the coon and the wild cat, had for aro dependent pillshed that we to see him part with his com.: intelligence from Yenezuela.! It reachesby m office-seeker and demagogue ; yet as a indium returned and reported the

.. fallen! a willing sarrific accounts. regret for the interchange of opinion moments following
, this hesitation in last night's mail from the South. het\cen
t' : e.1 in and have no who had received
' 1 I ". 1 the :lion that one hair of This is a brighter day in \al slree; panions arms \1 the schr. Suo remote sections of the Sate, and as afford! names of persons no.
on no of the American 'to our despatches,
; that such the sentiments According committeeviz
tllrcsc is at o ination of the : Aldricb
I' and saying
: : be touched ; that is t.) say, I the news fiom Europe Washingtonmore the most practicable! means of consultation in Luis ,
arrived Nor! I
"J : : their shou1 matters not how nccrplMied : san L'ldttig:' Capf. Doty) : at < James G. Dell, Sam'l. R. !), .J. San.
... i' ,urpoc it must have been on this conditIn, fl'ora 11( I his be : on the 21th inst., from Lagu.iyra, whence sheI I regard to the measures best calculated! to pro. lea
and ( may Wm. D.
gillant M. Eabanks
'i successor 1: chez, George Galpin,
( Ttlciro !! I ,
it and th
to t tlery t fl\tJlal rl-Ry
.J. breach had a hanging: ClrrnpMlnc the interests of our common count': ,
j .t I cap hi pUcc cannot bet"t:!:' d. sailed on l't inst. mote
der the circumstances! W. C. Allen,Sam'l.! B. Co1din Peter Spark
41 ,:, ". ,:: tail, too, I am keen to 5ca that I LC. NEW YOIK. March G-C P. M.'I'efh'ct and if we know General; Butler: w' b,Sic? \ She was c1.uterCcl to bring. despatchesthe to we approve of thc call which has been made man, William Cone, Samuel { Tbo .
of the !* I of t news on the market for the State asseml Geigr
longed to the original owner II.I foreign and at.tenti'o the Democrats of to
: for ho i Washington our
: ;. that he will echo that sentiment, u i nt government ; upon C. Ellis, John Parsons, Fitchitt.
; .:. ftncy even nO'1 that I hoar the last request t of: Cotton to-day has been of the most ecided ambition to correspondent took advantage oft the in .Convention" at tho Court House in laJ.
.1.: d' by as ap.
: : much weighed iwn The nominations confirm
.. : ". :' ; that same old coon, which was, 'Oh pare I character.: Sales of BOO bales for Fhipmtnt< so the recall ahho-igh the act places Ilim circumstance to forward letters to the ison County, on the third Monday in the present the were unanimously
'cw. ed
(.! that tail !' This djing injunction has not to Liverpool were made at an advance offul| plaud nmnth. by meeting.On .
: ;i 1' in command of the pr4'lllo t army in the worWinfield Yoik Herald. motion of James A. the

: r : :' I Jenfo, gotln. Hi* tail is i still where naturc half cent per lb. on last tveeks's price.- Scott, this morning takes lea,'" We learn that Cap'. Doty ;proceeded i iimediately 2. Revolved, That in view of the principle Chairman was added to th Peen* Esq of, the

.. ,.1.:.; placed it, and n ill there remain. Hut II iwandering. 101Jcr are very firm, and in excellent sj pir- officially of the army of lhat gallant band with to Washington! with t the ce ptches. set forth in the foregoing resolution we nubr

;': 'r. The subject which I 5tar- deem it that the Democratic : delegate
: upon There have been terrible scenes cacti expedient party
/I which he has car\rd his; aol! their names up. somo On motion of J.. Aldrich commit
Esq., a
'. : i. '. ted was the Texas I Rangers! and 1 I find thai I'I The efTect of the foreign news on four< of : column. d at Caracas. The Yenezuclian: Congr: of Gadsden County should be fully repres -
i the 1 any .
on I highest point f:11 1 tec of five was appointed to draft suitable re*
I AI the
: .' am on the subject of coons. To retur. has not been so decided, and will fill wi'.h tears this wheu met on the 21th ut.! was overwhelmed hv ted in tho said Conventon.
for the consideration of the
r.obler of fellow: than! these same Textatterdemalions unsettled.! Tho sales to.day amount to 8bbls. an eye : That : of six IJe olutions meeting,
eel Resohcd
I i they read his / .: :. never nn'heathed a sword in good Genesce at $6,97. This price the Chair to nominate : following were reported :
Ii: .: Even; in his shoit! odtr lip pave the folw- dent, and several ol'lhe members horribly m3s. appointed by Ivtuly Resolved That cordially tb.
'" '1 : ,'. S..., tbeir country's cause, or offered up their liresIt could not be o'-taincd for any quantity, how- deserved compliment to his 5'ccescnr-: tiered. I was expected that a rC\lution suitable persons a delegates to the said Cventinn < be attained approve the StaU

.i. ':-. t on their country's altar. Young and \igoro ever as buyers insist on a decline.The brother ing officer, who! was his cmnnanion in wotild immediately!, break out throughout t the subject to the approval or disappi objects Democratic proposed Convention to to meet by at Madison

: ..' they h'f purpn eI. news has operated unfavorablycorn on val of tint present meeting. ,
It 'j'i ,: knd.genero'u'antllram arm in as he was until: to-diy.; Gen. republic.T1.C the 20th inst.
such, to but holders seemed but little disposed toipIJ. Ill: That on
'h ly dresslJ m'fIe! a garb as greatest excitement prevailed whcn -1. Resolved, delegates so appoint.
: That the nomination of the .
I. ,:i .'. prove to the world! at a glance that they ar' The sales to-day amount to 3,000 Scot"In says taking oTifial leave ofth trop? hf the Susan. I/iJ\vig sailed. ed, be invested with ful and ample aUlhorily vcntion Resolved should, be made with a view to Cn.

: '. ". neither regulars nor volunteers! common, blt I bushels heated Orleans at GO Cfns.! Ol J has so long ha-J the honor personally! to com. We have recenod several accounts of I the to represent the \ and feelings of I the the triumph and firm establishment of Demo Ieur

It P ;. '.;, .: Texas Rangers-as free and unrestrained a"1' prices were asked for sound), but nothing was mand in an arduous campaign i small pul scor.cs, one of which we annex. Democratic party' of Gad
.j i tho air or the deer in their own doue.The. all subjects, which be
thcbrtatlu- of whose glory his been, f/l: hi" position, i the JVcic- York may Irolght and that will full
rr. / we give our and
the Despatch
market is firm ne iccial luId.
:.; ,: _, native; wildoos. Proxision \I senior officer before the said Convention for their
them fort thtI has adianced. Sales of 200 bar-: fleeted on the -Major G.nCral C.IUYCA4, Jan. 27, 1943.I support to such nominations.
I ', Condemne.l on sight ; and Pork .r. Resolred, In view of the intfrsin!!
:. I 'ln Scott is happy to be a general of Resolved. That the thanks of this
':: ':. .: ,ari prone: juljp a m.an by his coat.- res Mess, new, at $10,97JaSIl. and rcl-clll/y herewith send you a hasty sketch of I t the crisis which it is evident i is rapidly approai meetingare
in the
established mrit di-'inction ser. duo to the Hon. D. L. Yulee, for bis able
and marked of this .
a, -. by correct deportment pro. present Mate cilJ.AIOjt ing in tho political affairs of our beloved coun.
I ...' their at this they won of the Ilrilania Xetct.-Tho Xcw vice .fhis country. Gci.: Monargas : vindication ofthe rights of the people of the
ri plac", outs<
: \ :. : j> <'ty during ttay Tftc A ofthe Mexican Congress had not year ago ":1 try, that a rigid adherence to "principl "
; :.;.; j rapidly upon the eSl'm! of those who had con. ofThursday last siys :- quorum j placed the PiCsidi-ntial: chair by the party is the paramount duty of every patriot ; and United States in acquired territor.
: received their letters 'cs. arrived at Q'i rrefiro, but the came': of That
' merchants ylorJay. yet Resolred we oC the
;: ._ ":. tlemned! them in a.h'nce.f "The called Oligar.juis ; the choice was a foror that no allegiance to mere party names, can heartily approve

f., .4 t .. ., t .* Before they left, thy accompanied Gfn. : Private advices ara still inoro favor peace was idrutly: g-iinig: grottnJ.: Thou. hope at the lime, as lie was the only person excuse the citizen for its sacrifice or aban' independent and patriotic course punut by
than the accounts, which is unu- permission had been: granted ::ntnna the President ofthe Uniled States
Lane: to Matainoras: and fought t.hlt: haul, bo! printed to oppose the candidate of the liberal, party.On .- donment. pro

p.. .:. .<,:, as usual, came cfl'first best t. with tho los': lat Money i is reprtsentet to be a drug al leave the country, and he : formally nn- tho arrival of tho President elect at I La G. Resolved, That in the threatening secution ofthe existing war with Mexico.
; tnt Tho in trade i itncourgin noun ] determination; :: to do so, still it W present That in case of of
improvement : inability
II. 3 cent. ,! him of frier our
: : 4)fltItOICfll3fl.: Ihan'd criLdtheenlrane.. per Guira; ,Gen. Paez. met : on terms of our political sky ; now when Reore
The staple, cotton, i. rumored that ho intended to tT his furlu sin aspect attend the Convention
great Delegates! ,they shall
L into haJ
of f disgutto
; Hays'* regiment wii } ship, (allHugh many years petitions are beginning to press tho tablesour of
I :1. ." flow tell a little l of what took place on are better. This news had a most fu.orabe! ef- another fi4ht.Corrp.o.1t. existed: them) and after 3 cordial em. National Legislative Assembly, calng have power to appoint proxies to represent

t, .. : rhal at the city of Mexico. j t feet on the article here ; an brace they canto. uj> to Caracas. Paez tled with fanatical vociferation for the disllution them.
the IS'tlti'inre
;. nCf ff .rvz.
men entered the city: ofthe Aztec has boon the result ; full 4,000 bales ha\'c hii: iall'jsnce' and a-Jvica lo form tho cabin, of our glorious Union. Now when .there art Resolved, That tb proceedings of this

I t .1; :; :.... .i and'IlJS'S will hcI1)'the South an un.: ofthe State.The .
I. ; : as at;his city.the hofuni\ers11clrioIJ': '. news very unti ment! started q-jictly, anJconfiJence and hope sentalives from Souhcr States, who, true

I ; .- The ideofthe streets were lined witb "ptc- Tlo'jr has unJergouo no change.: The usually late hour} this evening on tle treitj ani.nutcd; the public.; : A f few short weeks |put only to the behests of party, hesitate not to resolutions: were unanimously, adopted.

here is in few hands, who are not at ; Ail the amendments proposed J, were I II(3n, On motion the meeting .
ick ,
} : tater (1 every hut and] zra.L. fnm a rr.ajo! 't '1 an end to our expectations ; several of the aid by their votes in the political elevationthe of adjourned.

i' ; general ofthe North American: army to aI ; 'impending] (:the foreign deman'l Corn h voted on except thl motion; to striko out the cabinet retired in disgust, and the President! author of the .Wilmot Pronso" and T. J. PREVATTCh'n.. !

moved alon raIn' nearly cents ; sacs to-day at Wju a section fixing the boundary. The vote on Ihat SAMUEL RCSSELL, Sec'y.
I, Mexican beggar. Qjietly: they : kept the breach widening, by appointing then to excuse the traitorous act tc a

\ .. Not a word was spoken. They seemed un- cl. Meal I is also lower. Wheat is frm. will bs taken to-morrow morning. of a number of f f t-lu-ndcrs against: the former Southern attempt constituency, cither by the flirr DEMOCRATIC MEETING \TAEULLA.
r\ mad
It is said that an cllrt to I in.
.". .2: cundou. that they were the observed of a 5j are provisions. wilJe 01. Many influential men, and n- the avowal tLat
governine unblushing
plea policy, or
troduce the Wilmot it will be Pursuant to previous a meeting
.I : ':: observers. The trees in their own native fursts mong them Gen. Flores, endeavored to hea ; it needs no apology. Now when a distin-
Journal down without diicus ion. Tho the Democratic citizens of Wakulla
1 Frm.i; l\e Georgia fyTesen would have atttracted much of their at- gfner. and threats from ihe
: a remon: press pour. Statesman: of the West, mindful only
CITY OF JJCXICO. be that the final guished held at the Court in Newport
LATER FROM al opinion seems to vote Hoe
I : :. tention a they seemed to bestow upon any.; TiE wi cd forth in volumes ; finally, it was etermincd of the Presidential prize, consents in a pub. the Gth March 1848. Col.O
The in Action. be 'taken tomorrow.As Monday, day ,
around them. seemed to Georgia Troops before the
They the President
thing sy. to impeach Congress lie to for the morbid and
I learn there is harangue, pander \i. S. B. RICHARDSON called to tha
its ratification was
" We have seen men, and been in cities IJe.< We have by an Extra Picayune of tho Glh to' co I about to meet.
: doubt there but five six i Senators who! tiated apetito fanaticism, by unneceuariy Chair and Jonx G. PASS and Axos M.
tho ,
t 5 : lore.' The difference between their entry ii nst. advices from Vera Cruz to 2inst. : being or In the meantime the President dislmed the .
slavery, as se
introducing subject -
{ .' to the cily and that which I now describo wasi' ; It informs us of quite a severe engagement will venture to vote against it. the melitia actiro, and placed arms in the hands ] the remotest' allusion toils I .ALEXANDER appointed Secretes.
avoiding even
0 tenth section with the IeI. ulously The of the meeting was explainedby
detachment of The regard to object
that between a our troor ',
It is said
a mere freak of their own. a of iho melilia rcserca, known to be the mosl the .Wilmot Proviso." Now
-. much homo in composed, in part: of Capl. WofTord's Company ican grants in Texas, is stricken out, and t the counterpart, the chair in a neat and appropriate manner
.;. real gentleman i i. a at one favorable! to the liberal party ; the old Ii when the sacred Charter of our
: the Catholic Church al Conllilutonal followed and patriotic address
bear-dance and the Geogia Dragoons, under Lieut. Col. provision relative to I by a spirited
: placo another-in the Bs. erals were invited to return, many were be wrested to
: a and force Guerilleros. modified. Several other amendments ha rights is sought to own des by N. W. Walker, Esq.
!r. : .: hoe-down, a well a in the king's palace.- co a strong been made which placed in office, some not being entitled to ruction( it is with no ordinary feelings of Mr. A. M. Alexander offered the following
the Free Americana also none however gt.
is thus told in -
acted their well. 1 I IL In wi
In each itory became and
; I place, they part citizenship. Commerce : crippled, : ification and renewed confidence in
: a
its final ratification. M.From resolutions, which were unanimously,adopted:
_L ; this, it was to play the part of a bull at a f.irto CoHiscoe's\ command lef Vera Crz Endanger confidence destroyed ; the government ho. success of correct principles, that we turn I to That the Democratic

'.'4 show more courage than conduct.- on the I9th, for Orizaba, by nearer roulo tfie .lu inta Republic, ( Mug.) bled on with an empty treasury ; large those noble spirits of the North, Woodbur .Rtlorc do party of o
county approve
His command consist d heartily
j .. There, tho it was to show han that of Puebl. of were near Caracas and: and hail them bnihren .
; ./ a sequel pro\'ca and Dr.joons .TISTAS WE PROPHECIED. troops preparing ; Dallas and Buchanan, as Convention proposed to be held Madisoscourt
f".e' ; liotii h courage and conduct. Tbi, with then >detachments Georgia on the 21lh of this month, when there were entitled to the confidence of the Soul] the 3d a of
; : that at about 4 o'cloc] Soma of tho Taylor papers are already hast House, on Monday .arh
to be the and tho other tLc ; ; on members to form a but admire
I .:.:, was bear.dane observe work to and that General Tayloijattles :' scarcely enough quorm 7. Resolved, That we cannot for the selection of suitable candidates
try fr
tt ;. king's palace.! some forty or fifty gtierrilleros were prove in the House of Representatives, (there : hat: Roman boldness, that noble dsintereste! < and member to
of Governor
affairs in to Iiale. ffice Congress,
calico Matecordera. A were great opposition
.,. '. .. 6 After entering the cily, they had proceo< lt a place charge of Democratic that 1,000 troops in and near the city. On thc ness, that self-sacrificing! spirit, that lofty pat. md other
they were
made them and Iho ICI- nents purposes.
ed some distance without being molested ; tlt vas immediately on papers of Congress, serious disorder commenced 1 marks the
t after all. \c opening riot ism, which always politic: Resolved, That the chairman do appoint
i:' the temptation at length became too great for cans retreated to the edge of a chapparel whcl lothing very extraordinary between several members high Honorable John C. Calhoun
, ., knew that the would ridicule Iijattles ; course of ho :ommittee of five to retire and consult tojetk.r .
I. 5. a Mexican to withstand,and one landing up.| our troops numbering about twenl.f'e men:: Demorat- words drew a great crowd ; daggers WNe: whenever the exigency of the times requires
of five
I,. :. ,.'' ', orr the sidewalk threw stone at the headS i ofit' at that time commanded by Capt. \Voford, and the efforts to make him fine a second drawn, and, it is said, a member from the ciHon. he exertion of his masterly mind. : and report the the names of Wakulla in persons said t
would! have been County
with tho Mex. of the Georgia Dragoons, camo Washington. I a Ibing epresent C
: 'ne-ofthe Rangers. As usual : upon Ilcmeregildo Garciastabbedmember a 8. Resolved, That whatever diversity and took off the hem, some four hundred guerilleros rushed for the Taylor Whigs if the Mexicans could \ention.
he the II Antonio Sa-
; icans overshot Maracaibo
J : from exist individual,
; us as :
I,. : 4 ; instead ofthe head mar! intended victin Gut ofthe'chapparcl, and a deadly conflict ei >only have gained one battle out ofthe f rty.li\'e which ensued terrific pinion may amongst Whereupon the chair appointed the followng
: cap as. The scene was ; in reference to the policy of the measure!,
f : ued. Our however,succeeded in .vhich have been fought during] the war. But persons to constitute said commit.e :
t. : Never was a guilty act more instantly punish! :; troops, passing hose that could, fled ; and when the atari: especlively recommended by the President
their lines and then ilas they did not gain a single victory.- John G. Park, Thomas Barnard, William
ed. It lie last stone he ever threw- through gallant citizens fled in term .
h : .a cached street', : md Senator Calhoun, for the speedy and hon and Eze.
Samuel C. Williams
: ;, for < ricker than thought, flash was seen, an' chimed and again opened the ranks of the very arm has pltuck them down, every wa V soldiers rushed iii front of tho I. Walker,
11 ; S.', : ] n body bal >rabl. < termination of the Mexican War, we Madden who retired for time,and
been surrendered a
heard and thi offender fell deai] Mexicans. At this moment the main IJody : ropoit \a t iring indiscriminately hesitate not to tender to each the continuanc
.. of tho Americans in of aboi Mexicans have cowered where and no sceral'oHts reported as follows :
the Internal Thron every tliljor
h from reached
A fl4f al members
.e lightning convene assured
of our most implicit aYe Wai.er
' nan's character for That S.; B. Richardson, V. H. -
4S liavc called him to accoun s cventy.fivo men, camo up to rcscuo not sooner and dogs.
: were cut that the polar-star of either has bee
arc N.
(ouh Heir and
P. Carter
his little band, and a general fig''lt uperior to alolher.We Robr
the in his gallant
: TII Ranger quietly replaced member bleeding was not recogni; heir .
! ;;.t l rfdaimcd his cap, and rode on. Ero took place hand to hand, in which wo :\ find in the last Richmond! Whig neary ed by the soldiers, they loll on him-his Icheck country's G.Y.. Walker, Esqs., b appointed Delegates
the loss of friend, Lieut. n column in defenee ; TajSor's qua Which were unanimously adopted.In to represent this County hi the Madison
f it" '; : long:. another stone was thrown, awl another to regret a lender- offnCra and shutawa-a severe cut

L ,..i \. .. : greaser launched into eternity. During a son, of the Louisiana Volunteers! was fications, against atadk' some of his tho head care, and his head nearly seeredfrom accordance with the third Resolution,the Convention : that Amos M. Alexander Dan-

this noi heard disturbancwas lanced, shot, and deeply cut in the face hlhc emocratic neighbours upon; his abililio .- n'"fr gentlemen were appointed a con. el Lack, S. B. Richardson, \Vaitsel Bland ,
: : time, no \a no ftJ his holy, and! hi s I b"> Iy terribly mangle: allowing
It : and ilcxicans. Ho died like a hero, and,liiiamedeserves I'ho[ Whig says General Tajlur i is a man'dion ; t .- : perceivable, the column never halted, vith bayonets. Tho Hun. Julian Garcia,
'f,. }.: ;i' the ranks were not broken. to be recorded in the pages i of alJ'ery sensible ihal.: The eJitort Caracas, was shot' through the head-tho ba Jr., C. II. Djpont, Jas. M. Gilchrist, R. E. commitee. .

. .. ': .Information J soon reached Scott that two he history of his country. Wo have also I to say that Oliver Crom\rl was not : m.1 i of Altering one ear and.) passing: out at the other Gibson, John Erskine and Jesso \Vo<1 All of which was unanimously adopteJ.John

,". (I Mexicans were"killedas Hays entered thJctJ. nourn the death of four ofthe gallant Georgian much education yet ho ruled Englan! the fingers on the left hand cut oflj; sii The committee of nomination reported t to G. Park offered the Colowing resolu-
: with and] decided! ,cith/ --a1 ion which adopted :
who so nobly! charged the enemy. Thre great ability, matter was
exerted himself ; oflhe The individuals
' .f I Hating suppress al pen wounds in other parts the meeting the following named
, der and all the commanding ther men of the same corps, were scvcrcl \e rapidity of l'lli! and lire accuracy oj Garcia had sword boy. the Demo Resolved, That the Delegates appointed la
t I .. prevent outrages nluition.Vo { took the Ion. JUl : a run throng suitable delegates to represent Ihe Madison Convention on the part of this
rounded and three Louisiana might we .
,.. general was extremely) wrath and despatch Volunteers touhe his body, anJ fell de:11. Col. Smith was bad :ratio party of this County in said Conver all and
how that this : is unfortunate. Hut: meeting, have full power to act upon
;'1. : ed an order for Col. to appear instantl lightly. example I)Y wounded with a biyonct: -several other ion : C. H. Dupont, R. K. Shaw, Charles S. beforebe

'. .... .:' l.for him. I f'p Hay a tal, gentle The mules having given out from fatigue, we pS on with 1 mere expression of opinio dIed and SQtOoumll.. Those who coul d libley, Isaac Nathans, Zabed Fletcher, \ m.Slafur very subject which may b brought
Ihat it is best decide matter Convention.
Co! not to
1'1 .. manly young man before comman it: was thought absolutely necessary by generally not escapo off the iron barsof R. E. Gibson, Dr. R. M. Harrison, that the
: .. der-in-diief of the. American army, and accompanying tiscoe to abandon them, although we under- rith some rapidity in this country. The. back window, and, Iy means of a setter Charles Gregory, WilloughbIregory On motion, proceeding
further that the celebrated Marl 1 f this meeting bo published in the democrat.a -
land that be made all possibla exertions t to Whig states
." : the word with the proper salute, lado a bridge to the top of a wall, where a Daniel Brice, Dr. Jar

t' .., : thus addressed : 'I, sir, am Col. Hays, com- 6"e them. orough could! scarcely tcrite, was a lad spelt. few poles were found ; and with these thcy reU, JesseVoo David Grey, George prints at Tallahassee.The .

i t S.. .. manderofthe Texas Rangers and report my The guerilleros Laving retired from the cr an.elmert entirely iUi'craic. Very well, scapedjover, several walls, torn and bruised A. Croom,Joseph Chandler,James L. Shield meeting then adjourned.S. .

: .t elftto you in accordance with an order jut fe1 they were at different times pursued, bu bo was not a fctateMinn and we think woul 'ho wholt', square was soon sun ended by the and A. K. Allison, who were approved bythe ; B. RICHARDSON, Char'JOI

, t. Scott 'I have been thty were not anxious to come to close quarTS ate been unfit for President! of the UnitcdStates. :G. PARK >
.: received. G-n. replied : troops, and the honorable members were mad meeting.Gen. ALF.XANDEB8ccrdanp.\ .

: -" informed, sir, tht since the arrival of you with our troops. The'hi proceed to show by th risoners-somo with scarcely clothes onS0:10 submitted the following reso A. M.
The command then to Cor testimony of Sir Walter Scott (who never did Dupont
a on
command in city, two Mexicans haTe< proceeded without hats, boo', or indispensablesmo ; few the Centre Dm tt-
advocated in
.i itions which he a Fe
dova and then to Orizaba. 'apolcon justice)that the latter was not a good remark
,. for ,
\ ; been' kiecL I hold you sir responsible > few shared a better file. Tho crowd before the .THE UNKINDEST SHOT OF ALL."
. the I will be di, 6 The following officers were in the en. ramrnarian and could not wrte; French an meeting :
j. : : acts ofynur men. not gracrd : ished into the hall, destroying the furniture late the 3f i-
Henley, in a speech on
shall the of be, bjMich igem nt ; Lieut. Col. Hiscoe,commanding :; allan with great accuracy and concctncss. Resolved, That with a sincere and patriot 1r.
: J nor army my country id] cutting pieces large portrait of *flexican a
said The
w I air to Capt. Woflbrd, and two lieutenants, Gcorgi The Whigcotn-s next to Jen.; Washington, 3 esiro lo aid, as far as it is in our power, in iCln : paper wrapper
::i outrages. require you, eaj ,' In.half: an hour, thousands vagabond; missile of death its
cartridge, a
and that ho had but little education and institutions from theonly
.1= S s. whether my information is correct, and, if so,, ounted men : Capt. Kerr; Lieuts. Hender says wcre parading: tho streets with all kind oeapons Sieving our Republican of ki.
will render (killed) Berry, Hook, Mitchel, and Hun.ter. )mcludcs on Gen. Jackson, who he says hadless. blot which mars their beautiful harmony, U at Buena Vista, and picked up by one
me a closed
explanation. ton
'' you satisfactory houyj instantly Phili-
'i' was ; Webster's
; every onstituents
was a
to this would infe invite the of our: part
'J According one Whig party
t ". : Your information, replied Col Hays, ii. al 1 the foreigners w In,) had flags, unfurled then we respectfully His for this
_ I J General. The Rangers are The fallowing is from the Free American that in the opinion the lchronJhi al !ounty to co-operate with us in the approach delpbi3 speech. authority w
; ; r but thoso who happen Shaik,
protections nono
.rtc. ; ravin Davis and
: Capt. ,
;i t not in the habit of 'being intuited without reI theSllh nit : Gen. Taylor knows but litle. eJ to bo out were in the streets fey ing political canvass, to discountenance ant lajor Leut.

:: it. did kill Mexicans ]Il A company Louisiana volunteers, who AJthi! i is just; as wo expected it would bo ; every frown down those little tricks, resorted to hy; of the Indiana volunteers. T paper y
.r I T r tenting They t".o a linutes the harsh challenge, rica, or tin "
of these
f beheld themselves as cavalry only, Whigs throughout the campaign will ha't< qucn politicians, which, however they maj sti possession gentemn.
1 : entered the city, and I, sir, am willing to fancfd enlisle rush of cavalry broke on the car ; night lilIe the Mexicans
The in which hesitated to infantry duty when to try and prove that the Mexicans were good son result in a temporary success, never fail to en an uglr o

,.:'S this responsible said rOfi"whole manner and de dercd, were yesterday morning sent to thccate ."#>pst and that Gen. Tailor is a man ufmore losed in darkness, and a deathlike stillncsevailed lasting disgrace upon the party that loler ipping the tips of their lances ia rank poison,

l- : '. S \.a frank by order of Brig. Gen. Twiggs. Pre. than seine people make out. A columr: during tho night. them. and using copper cannon balls, is nothing aew

: jxirtrnent of Col. II's, was 8 sincere, the them scnc in the Richmond Hntmny On (the morning of the 25th, the citizen: ate hut to their bullets up in extract ofWebster's
S and manly, that none could have doubted his \ otis to embarking, general gave a Whit already, to prove R solced, That the practice so prevaleni wrap

.. belief that his men had done right. TheGeneral's war talk," tho severity of which wi ccrtainly men who but little wcro great crpt cautiously out. About noon the dead I i our County of treating to spirituous liquor: speeches, and fire them at our si
from nevertheless Think of that Thinkin were interred without ceremony. At one< is is a refinement cruelly, which we
.. abate and deter them any attempt repeat m MI durin'political canvasses, not only disgrace dier
.t! wrath began to ,desiring fear tho { will time before it is late I This 'clock the members wero escorted to the thc not even the Mexicans to guil'J' o
, .. the Colonel to b-j seated, be requested a fill Ibo oflence, and! wo ringleaders Whigs, too $ fu1 I to the candidate, but demoralizing to < suppose b

..S. : !'acmfct: of the facts. They were detailedlo : auf r a heavy penalty." ill 1 be tho great point of attack against Taylor. ill and compelled per force to pass several immunity ; and we therefore pledge our The capital cities of Mexico are t\ t1.four .
solutions. A bando ,
was proclaimed re.
Thf news from the Capitol is to the 25th se1ves, and recommend to all patriotic citizen: eonUjpulation S
f. -: him. Onlhelflth Col. Jackson arrived wilhth resting the citizens to resume their business,, who the > in numbr. Of these but five .
I .... u1t. Rencontre. of our County, esteem good name than Albany, J\K\ MM C*''
Unexpected with of greater
-. The JY' > wl ihf. Mariett.Tlio N. Y. orders for Gen. Scott's recall. The cor. gentleman assurance protection. and morality of their county, as paramour.' M.DO .-
.v. ;* of the of tho who resides in the vicinity Camden Town,,, On the 26th, the members met again, the 00,000; Puebla, 95,000; Guadalaiara
of their
Picayune the
ofthe to success peculiar Fosi -
: : E ..:: Express ofSaiurday afternoon, peaking orGen. Scott remarks a A-Idowcr, with a pretty largo family! adver. resident and his guards being in the hall will temporary pa-, ; Guanaxuata, 60,000; and San toi
: aid in their
Draitannia associations, to by means thus
f: *". accounts brought by the steamer fartwel brief and feeling. Nowthat tised for a wife in the"London Sunday Times," tho members, whilo several resolutions werecssedexoneratingtho ) every .. : 50,000. The population of all
pointed in down a practice injurious: ,
) j, theState
putting all
8 of
:- and
''k : ays of his of course under a fictitious signature. A corn executive from all centsuro cities is 840,000,
t is he is leaving the scene glorious to the best interests and disreputable to the
: 4s ." The news by the steamer decidedly shared and in reply was received, the signature and a general amnesty ,016,340. It is aid that the wblemmbr
those who victo- muniaton procaimed.
their for. elptoits, danger character of our common
ii t N5.; : better. Things were returning to battle like was also fictitious ; and after, abrief I the meantime, the first is country. of landed proprietors does not exee .
: portion. failures had ceased, money was ry with him ;in many a great weep ofwlicb bulclery The latter of which met with opposition entitled to
; .! met His recall correspondence by letter, arrangement reading to the interior, and the question isasked 00) and they only are
.. Cotton had advanced, and the stale with a father. may possibly from Gen. Allison and others, on account oftbo of voting' nt
abundant, chidren with the
and privilege
timo for
'p effect the should itevcr were made as to place 0 person- in an under tone, will Gen. Paez come 1 t tAl "

r .';:1: things in the manufacturing districts were be returned an from upon the United treaty State rati. a1 interview. At the appointed hour, the gen. eyes are now towards the plains. If thegreat clause, "disgraceful to the candidate, resident and sending member* to Congress

l' X; :; better. To fe tbU, Drea.tus had declined. tha who succeeds tlemf was in wailing in a private room inone chief comes with two or three thousand therein contained.A .
No doubt after
6 i. gentleman few minute iheradjoor-
A Cra.sk-A
i rf f of tho West End hotels ; and soon aerbia anaros and the soldiers have enough motion was made to strike out said tie
I market will do all that he thinks his duty requires, courage ofthe at the Capitol
, ofthe being rcsolu- eat Whig meeting
%* The condition money hin made her which motion lost. The
identified his fame with I i fair correspondent appearance, to face their swift horses and sharp lances, weshal was wkicbrns *-
kad chandelier
Scott apeace caue
low and confidence : Gen. her the splendid
i' ;.t healthful, the rate of interest the result of his in thisnley thic1y veiled, and closely mulled against inv have some bloody work among us. The tOM were put separately to the meetingS night, hall,and from which

._.: restored, there is a disposition to return a exerted operations himself petinent observation. She entered, of course h i now raising 1000- horsemen. Afev first was carried unanimously. The Bend the Representative retired, fell '
rt the bar.oraeter and would have more the had just
,Si. if; to butintM pqrsuit' Cone a great other man Ito bring the.war to a elo.ele wilb downcast eyes, which she did not venture days must determine. Should another was carried by a majority only few"oling artroent with people tremendous crash, filli ueom

.: .. bad r .en to 80|, which is nearly as too any from his longer residonce here, has a'bUer to raise until the the voice of her swain in re- portunily offer, [ will advise you of what i is against it. 9 floor a brokea gla**.- /|.
bare reached for I, the proceedings of with fragment
they Itn fell h"r She II Resolred, That
high a point M with the Mexican, and 'pecfyJ! greeting on car. star- to come. ico

r; J p Id tn per cm' above the rate they stood acquaintance

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FLdRIDlAK: differently from him and hit clique, about the pro The Wllmot Proviso were deposited in the various Government depositories being very large. Tbe Queeu ol fcaigiauo i. a vrr> in Jenerson-Circuit; : f f

fjiE priety of a State Convtntion. Nor is this all. They An attempt was made in the Hotwe of Representatives oa this 21it olL, subject to his draft, the sum proud woman. She does not pones great talent.. J

are bold enough even to defy that in terrarrm commodity on the 2"th ultimo, to carry through the of ,0'J7,1S9. but is smart ; and every year is becoming a better SPRING TERM 1S49. Ji. t
= = Chre.L.
= Queen. Powell-
11 he uses so well-tbe "freascd lightning." principles of the Wilmot Proviso, in a preamble and > retjtion ,0 Foreclose Mcr: r.

They did no such thing .. appoict Electors to vote resolution submitted by Mr. PCT>AM, (whig,) of paragraph EXPEDITION published TO THE a few DEAD days since SEA.A in the! onITUAKv.Departed -- --. Arthur Bumey. $ PS of Personal Prer rtj: }? J.

urday, Mat'Ch 18, 1848. for TAYLOR, I they were expected to do ; but they New York, I follows: New York Herald stated that a party of naval officers this life in this city, on the 7th instant, T lIE defendant and all persons interested are 'f

-- -==-- declared that their .frt choice for the Presidencyis WHERE, in the settlement of the difficult! under the command of Lieut. W. F. Lynch, hereby notified of the 'filing of the Petition (or ,
authorized lo announce Gen. WIL'Jif sail from at the residence of her husband! General THOMAS Foreclosure cf Mortgage in this cause. and they are 1 fr 1
would United f
i ? a hENRY CLIY, of Kentucky." This bad pending between this country and Mexico, terntorv shortly that port, in the f-
; a candidate bribe office of Gov"iLflf ,'a to may he acquired in which slavery dow not now exist States: store ship Supply, to the Mediterranean for BRoWN Mrs. ELIZABETH BROWN in the f2d required to appear and plead to the same, if r ftl pl..a 1
will find the
; B'ILE, at the ensuing election. They Sentinel wondering by what ; Jind whereas, Congress in the (organization of aterritorial the purpose miking an exploration and surveyof year of her age. they han.acrc.rdinz to lawr. The mortzae i is nper.: fi
tb's Sate- right they lake this and they will Sea. *on.l and trade to the J.t
,t refractory! step, government at an early period of our political the Dead The editor has since rf't'ei..ffi the In a long :and lingering illness which she be re to prnpeity wa secure payment l
::;; or: Cot S. II. Ucixtx.-We learn with be warned to do as U was recommended at the TAYLOR history established a principle worthy of imitation following interesting communication relative to the hundred dollars and inter-
the last with fortitude and resignation the deceased tHOS. JEFF. HEIR t{
in all future time forbidding the existence of expedition :
that Col. SJLMPSO.I II. Brr- meet ing here. I
:folt{ linre-f regret slavery in free therefore, In reference to the proposed survey of the Dead manifested the Chi iJtian virtnes it had been the *n- S't citor for Petitioner. I.t$
; j at hif reticence in Madison County, en We do not exactly see how our neighbor will territory! Sea several of the hate Much 11. 1.JQ. 34 2m
I$* die .R".lr. That in any territory which may be newspapea asked cut plyment] of her life to cultivate and improve. In i h
afleroocn lat, the loth instant. We did mara ge a case of this port. He says emphatically. Mexico, over which shall, be estab !"
*srsd acquired the character of a wife mother frienJ neighbor
a a a .
the particular of' his death. Col. B. was .the West j is clearly entitled to speak first in this lishfd tritorialjou'rnmfnl. slam ety or involuntarv As the first public intimation was given without RACES.-Central Confse, ltia ?on. 2 2r
) and a mistress, she had than the-
acquired more
columns I ask
knowledge through
.lr f South Carolina, where he had filled im- matter and there cannot be a doubt that her voice !lnitudt. except ; for crime,,'berfol my your pt'rmi.- f
sion to avail myself cf the medium esteem-she had the of all who within I'
the party shall have been duly convicted, should be sime to answer LOVE cam
,.r stations, Laving been elected to Con- will meet with a hearty: anl! mst cordial response forever prohibited ; and that in any act rr resolution briefly, to the point *f abruptness, questions at once the sphere of her beneficence. The overwhelming

and served his State with credit and honor. from every section rf the State." He is "pcakir a" esta ,lisl.in:uch Governments, a fundamental; provision natural and so reasonable. grief of her bereaved f.lmily-the fears he-d by the /f 1 :j jl

t ved to Florida several since and had to a candidate for Governor: but why has the Weft ouzht to be inrtE to that cflect." Although most reluctant to parade my insignificant -
years name in print I take this without multitude who followed her remains to the Irnr-
ycoIne l a permanent citb.en among us. He was any more right to speak U in this matter" than in Mr. PCTNAM, dt-maud-d the pr\"i"uI question, s'ant's hesitation,in justice! to the enlightened statesman aa in- bore i testimony to her various merits which will 111 111plrn 1

iveTsalY nlrme and admired as a gentleman oft any other ? We !suppose her voice is as ro'enl with which cut off all debate and brought the matter to whose mind in an instant gUlp| ecl the importance : long use i in the memory and affection of the! sueittv'ie d -

t; intellectual attainments, of amiable and sccial,3bitiIni reference to anv other inaMi-r touching whifrzery in an immed.ate: issue. Mr. rRO.\DHEAV.democrat, of nf the quest ions at ucsueand foresaw I flit credit I has left to deplore b-r less. .- .tJ ij

as a warm and de"ott Christian" the Florida. What then will the Sentinel ? Will it Pennsylvania, moved the resolution be bid on the For to be upwards acquired of by tour his thotuml country in years their the solution.Dead Sea It must be consolation to her surviving relative I ,- '.-- ------ .- ._. ---_ l

.tle of( man." His death is a los to cur still yield that the W M i.clearly entitled to speak table-on which motion the ayes and noes were has lad in its \onderrus
.btt iloepand chasm a withering and friend.,amjn the latter of whom is the writer '-
State. Cr. with every (.rospcct that lier \'oirt will be taken, and resulted in laving the Proviso on the table recrrJ ofthe visitation of Gd'"nlh his Regular Spring Meeting over the Certrii 1 t ;
growing upon of this
gnd brief obituary, that her lives 1. f V
cxairple to >n w,near this city will commence on TUESDAY t
; l tn will it right by twelve majority-Iti.l ''es to 93 sinful creatures. I ltselfenmn- fertile vale, teem nit
re or speak
say Iur
heartily : lo
ponlf teach others thf-M ot MAY The
to do as she! has done. And) especially: day ists. following
with and redundant with !
I D tth of Captain TLIrincston. speak at trrlWnJ., and then \11 repond.re this fortunate defeat the South i< indebted to the patriotism population prre'uetsola Pur-rs vv lit b. nfiVred. The money to be hang at
favored Church of Christ rxnit in the up jt
clime it n'>w lies inert and !In::i..h. a may afftCtirr; eviJencr
furnished Cor. are anim to r-c what hearty and most ccrdialresponse" of \'vithern JmoaaIntMHn cfwlom the stand ready for the winner of each race. ii
'rbnebecnkindly by MOFF il" na-M of dark and bitter wn'c-rs, with rn living thing which the life arid death cf (this e.x-e-J'enf lady ,
'lh,: the subjoined communication from Vera Cruz will bf. This thing of dictating nndoliu : voted to lay on the taM"! Eeety to'ilarytrhigfiom upon its Shore. rr ab-! >\oor Ixwnlb its 'nlace.Receiving .- ifibros eT the Pur,'. I
power of His religion to elevate, Tuesday, first day. I mile heat $JIf' Ci .
iMincing the death of Capt. R. G. LIVINGSTON : too, i i4 3 hard m.dlt. we imagine-two the free Slain present at the time the. swilt and unhilin at "1If" extreme river. anJ the tiie rusMy vrlureol torrents( a Ine, and ennoble the character of its followers. rr-I Wednes *!. second day 2 mile heats, 3<..> (Itl. i 1
!: numerous
Florida volunteers. Tim annunciation will lie masters cannot be served at once-the heart ca not vote was taken rated aziinst the 7fti'1 Tnt Thiu-day third, day,3 mile heat, COO 00 ) J
yt I that I'Uin; it.To it through thccleffs'i i'l its i'lei.; it .
Attired by the people of Florida with profound re- be
Capt. esteemed us a gentles to seem as if it were following the voice ff the pco- favor of the Provi>o. The.r arts wo think s.'ttle no viMMe ,>Met fir its tributary: waters". JM Ji.ffv its next stated vminnir.ghorse. 200 00 I z
pt. L I among a meeting. Providence permitting in Si ver Cup. worth :>oO, for second best, i .
but it will have a HerrtiUan task to do tl.is, the controversy between the Ftntinffund this parer 1 and fretted s-des riven by c3rh'11lla'I-Irrt': ; han'h.! .
of noble and generous impulses, and had many pIt the Presbyterian Church of Monticello, commencing if more than two starts. Q
the there blickt-nMl bv the
med and true (friend in our State. When an oppor- and to upliolJ the influence cf the Tallahassee meeting in our favor. They conlrm what wo h\f!Jid. that cilby r>oond[ M.ruiarly n fiftotn humlr-il feet 01 trmi.e..tri.c onesitJe-, Thursday, Al'f116Ih. at 7 o'clock P. M. Saturdaytrbeatenherses. ISO Ot ,.Ii

tit WI piesented. by a call on Florida for a cernjitv at the same time. if the South is to look to the North for a".i.tanct in and two !thdusjnd: feet un the! other : "bile from its J. P11ELPS, CHARLES. ELL .

cf Infantry to I n.e.in Mexico, Capt. L. was V*e think the drama of vvliiqrcry in florida is defeating the proviso, she must h>ck to democrats, sun.rnit the ane-s'r-uk !"I"f'at' r l ls'hieid! floating! Clerk tf Pres'nterv.Quincy ,a"On. March llth.Secretary'lrslS Central Rate 34 rClut-bw. ,. !if

;ia ig the first to tender bis cervices to the Governor reach'ng an interesting; crisis of its progre The and to democrats alone. The w hip .are unitr.imons-. upon its 'Irf.'e' huzo niajsr.s of pitun-en, throve n up March 1,1 IMS. .I--:0 9
1 if.ibis State to aid in supplying the rl
After great labor and exertion, be succeeded in mus- and it will be \r ir.Mrucme to witness the and in State L ibtltrl. Conventie: and so forth. hove tie Dad Sea, mhirh i is little! more than one Head Quarters Florida :Militia, .

a sufficient number of men, was received intojeU closing C tLc scene. The central power here i is :iumlr'J! miles Irotr.. it. The Tornl" in the Nlantl ADJUTANT GENERAL'S OFFICE, ) I To raitc a Revenue for the City if Talehea.(. :

n- S. service, and sailed for the seat of war, stririlf]Lard to maintain i it a-rf'erdjncy. It Lids Ccn. Taj lor .* >urrldC.i:;:." ot MiJoira is wonderful fir it u the bed ot a erattr TALLAhASSEE, March 11, 1SS:><. > Jortheyrarl'ria.S i

Since our last another letter (rita: Gen. TAYLOR nearly I level l with the ocean : hi! here i! a S.3. GENERAL ORDFR :. : 1. Le itOrJainI'JbYlltllltmdJ1ntlnlC.m- t : .
with] have been already -
rbere, after being in he heait of the enemy's connT othtr be content things as they .
has addressed to Col. MITCHFLL, of Ohio forty miles distant from andihTse,. and tit.>v\anlsrf moil Council of thf City of Tallahantr, That -
for abut pix months, l.e I.a died-universally orJcre-d. Tut they will not. What is to be appeared 1 l,1)')II l feet b-l-nv it. The in.hapi'V fi..ti.an. the IA GENER corRTnTI.L, for tho trial he 1st, 3(1. 4ih, ilh.( Glh, ith. 611'1, !>th, 10th, lllh; I t 2 .

and belcved. Capt. L. had received a rail- the re \1? Will the Whigs tlirougl'out the State dated February 12, 1S4S in which the General only n m vs ho has uiil.'rtakcn to cirrninnavi .t'1 this Major General Jvr:! G. COOPJR Connin.rdmg : and 1'Jtn &'C'I Ion, (with be exception of that pArt ,
ted the
:education at West Point and was an acrorruihed submit to act a* their big oran here shall direct ? shows that he i id: making iiiaiife'-t progress in 'he"consideration !ea, and l who perished in the aitrn rt, r< u1 l, in one : precrr'd Stcord! Division againSt on him the charges and JOHN sfecifications rf the 12tJi stxtion which provides that the City ',i

a ) and iuvestiztinn of those political place, fnd flu b the East and Vet crouch djvvn and be still ? Adjutant General 3d Iiriacle. .
and He
officer intelligent ceased is hereby orderedto ,
gcnteman. \,1 ImSsles! and an acitated onr.IC'e.'It..Iht'r: or monies collected by him and r-aul into t lh. City I
t ti practice of the law to serve his country' in the Such I is,exj>ected of them. They appoint Delegates mateu" about which he was "<> profoundly inoriHt not this b? the crater -(if a 'ubrn'rirfil vjl.an"*, f{,r- assemble at Columbus! in the County Columbia 'frL.I.urot r An Ordinance to raise a Revenue for L. i"( -

jtld, aDd had the occasion presented, we doubt in,t to a State ('onHnion! ,L'Jt the organ: tells tl.en there in his letter to Mr. DELOTY. the !.tl of Jan. minc a subterraneous al i't with the ocean, \>ho 2.. rn The Monday said Court, the will fifteenth be compo-cd day of May rext. he City ef Tallahassee" condensed and revised : 7J
of Ihj
4 conduct would have judgment of shall be no State Con'ell ion. Who is to rule the 1"47. and to the Democrat: I Tennessee, (,n the can tell ? Tim unfathonal! rp-f t. whether or not Officers, v'iz : followinjr from tire several Ordinance e>f the Ci'y Council -. t( t1 .
1inlicatt it the I letter thrc.ush an o\tmc vrlcam, in -iertioi v\ith the a-?*id prior to the lsll. and Austutt ..
Florida the in 2(:'111 of July laat. This most uplift Major General WILLIAM !! year approved : _. .t. t
volunteers, by whose unanmiou* voice he had Whig part in people primary meetings BAILFY. M Diu'slon.Lug. ; ,
depression ol s'lrfi'e and the height I f a oou'ignrus 1'11, be and the same are hereby continued in 1 -
he has written vet, and he considered asji-ttlmr : General A. K. ALLT-OV 2 1 : : 1.
my < Brigade.Colom .
Sentinel The
the is
ft placed at their head commander.The or struggle now going iMO'intain.; forms the Lest e traordin3rf.ull.. or fis- full force and effect, provided that in section 7thhe
letter, communicating a this: melancholy intel- on-the result we shall inihit tine note. The Sen- the great problem of the ag*." He says lo Cu!. sire, in the \.novlIorIJ Colonel 1 !SAMTEL*MrrL SprvcrR S. SiBLr.y,,Nt Oth Cavzlrv. compensation of Assessors shall be twenty intend [ ',
! is i follow: tinrl and its ei'lut. or the whigs in their mectinss, MITCHELL One great object cf investigation- lxlo asortaiu Colonel TIIOM S J. HLIR 7ti! of ti.'tv dollars. 1 '.
l'ce. I .In to the closinz marks of your w ':e-ther this soa and its shores are of Ynlcanuor : ., S c.2.. fie further Odainscl. That the tax Ievio .3 ci
nlnch will win ? The hero of" reply I.tr. II Colonel D. G. I.rvrvcsroN, *'thCil.nel
VrA CRUZ, Mexico reb. 29, 1SJS.Via lightning"is
jreasl.d have no hesitation in stalin, rs 1 have o-i tien-volranic oririn and to relu'e the position of <1 for license to puisne the following avocations. .vt
F'all ?I. 1'00" U
Excellency hard ti beat. bit on him. I inGdel hilosoihers with f"uT1ati"n.- i I it caliincs, no.1 l bir" hereinafter mentioned shall! .
f W'J former occasions, that I am a tchi .t WILLIAM D. MosIUT: ultra one, and that I have no d>;siie to conceal this I The elucidation cf this subject J M a suleratuii to !, i. detailed to act as JuJ Advocate aid Recorder >eas tutcvs.r.! : r: j
tii It becomes duty to to Profession vs. Profession.Said fact from any portion rf tbe people of the United science and would be most gratify 1:15 to the whole of the Court. e : it. On all Merchants and Jbopkeepfr vending i .5

, :- my painful announce General TAYLOR in a letter addressed to a States. I deem it but candid, however, to add, that Christian wot hi. It io1 a mystery \vhich: has remained Tx-eN, warts and merchandize. vs hose averse* capi- .
cominaad cf the Governor
/. the death of Capt. I G. Lm.vcsro.v of the Democratic Convention at Clurksville, Tennessee, if the whiz party desire at the next Presidential impenetraSUsince the \\fui moment when the By I L. A.: THOMPSON.,1'ljutant tat or stock in trade u less than five thousand dollars,' -

Sjrida Volunteers. Capt. LIVINGSTON died at Fort dated J517- ellti'J to cast their votes fOr me, they' roust .IH! it water ">f that wo'ulrous si-a first rose above the an icntnl tax of fWenfv iMlars, to be ascertained onath
July ,
Putbla, on the Oth instant, of wound : on their own responsibility., an J without any pledges smtxilJering rums i>( the vale oj Nid.lin. The con- March IS, 1 ISIS. anII.I'prc-Jr:tl Ceo era! before the Interntant. or before some Justice of j 1
idaoup. I cannot spare the time from ny ofTicial dutiis to from me." fig'ir.ition of one lit ot if* shores and its vcr extentare I tre I'eacebet.re the license is scran fed.2d. : :

?t. ; the particulars of which IJt devctc to the investigation of tho..e subject, [political This looks much like aurrenderin-tIie unknown. Its \\\att'r, ll petrify ,nr ', iali'y.: and Just Received On all Merchants and Shopkeepers v ndirjjxxJi I

not .ye been able to learn, but as non as I principle] which their importance seem to re- very hnj I 11 us a mountain! s'ream.! donI'lJ! hold ithin : wares, and merchandize, whose capital nrtoi'k

advised will forward an account same. ejuire, lo ettalit tne to rrply to them in a way t'tat qualification being a mere matter of moon hill. In their /m, and holding will reveal, thrse ruml. AT LEWIS L. AMES' Druz Stcre, a fre-h supply in trade is five thousand dollars and upwards,'

:hire b this day written lo the commanding o officer would tattxfactvry myielj, mid lest to to your fact. we expect condenly to see letters frern lit I upon the nonexistence of which the u: clitver states New and Valuable ,1t'icincj-atllol1' which an urinal tax ot thirty-tmo dollar '

honorable? committee. I must therefore say in this before the Whig National Convention shall a..en ble, his incredulity.Stralci are the f:.lowing: 3.1. Oa all Auction Sales one per cent .t
c cPuebla to have his remains and effects sent to this instance what I have stated to other on like occasions DHotSoros: Pliny and Jcephns among DR.SPEM EK's VEGETABLE PILLS! AND RESTORATIVE t'ii. On all Commission Merchants, ten dollars V.vh. .

mace: and on tbeir arrival, should I be here it will which is, that lam foltttfian, near forty divested of all" phsic"-thtrowir'g riirstlf entirely theancienJs-and Mi'indrell l'o"vf'. \b\p Mart Int', BITTERS, .' On all Auctioneers,, forty dollars. : 4

samelancholygratification to forward sane to his years of my lilt having been j'dfc-ed in the military into the arms and embraces vrhirgery '-embrare? Chateaubriand, La Marline, Stephens, and Robinson, Designed, and trill cute, Dyspepsia( Lver Complaint Gth. On all Retailers of Spirituous Liqnors in .

sxads. service of the Republic most of which in the field, which we puJic will crush him into :political among the moderns, all differ as to the extent and Pile. *!Scrofula Jaundice-and ill kindred q'iir.tities less than a qnart.aeventy-five dollars.7th. .

the camp. cn our western frontier, or in the Indian what he professed to be t.velvc many of the peculiarities of this ej. Coiib.ileri.Llr; ehswes resulting! from a disordered stomach or impure On every Billiard Table, .Bowling Alley, or ..
I have lie fesnor to be. Governor, territory, and I may say with great propriety for the streams arc said to empty into it, the very names of state t of blood. Ten Fin Alley, (technre'ally so citleS,) used for hire,

Your obedient servant mOt part constantly on duty, the last I"o ears in months ago. whieh. are unknown Some have heard the gamhol- DR. HILL'S WORM: LOZENGES, an annual tax of seventy-five dollars j

M. SCOTT Jr. Mexico: or on its immediate borders, during which ling* offish upon its !-;face, while others deny that The !safest most tPectual. and pleasant preparation *>th. On every Dray or Cart used for hire, a'n Jnual .
time I have not pag.cd one nicht under the roof of a / Santa Anna's: Pcrsaual: Ap.carance. any animated thing whatever can exist within its before the public, for the eradication cf \fot3r, in tax of eight dollar ,

The Treaty. house ; ou may therefore readilv suppo under such Mr. RCXTO.V: in a work recently written by himon dense and bitter waters. Fruits, luscious; to the eye, Children cr Adults L-th. On every two or four horse Wagon used for p 1
Icxlcn circumstances, I have had but little time to devoteto HULL'S COUGH LOZEVGES. tire, annual of twelve dollar t'
Mexico, thus describes the personal appearanceof but of nauseous taste, and. crumbling in the rasp, an tax
Oar latest advices from leave still
Washington us the consideration or inresti ation of important are said to be found upon its shores. Many travel Will FOEVENT Consumption, and crp.c all ra-es of 10th. On every hark or Public Carriage used for .
t. doubt to what disposition has been made of thereat political waiters to their ducuttion hare S.nt Anna when he landed at Vera Cruz from Colds, Asthma, ol Biord: I'. in the .
a or nor 1 1 lers deny the distance cf all vcg'ta'ioi: and Cha- Spitting ins Side lire, an annual tax of rizht dollars. ,
; ,. The impression was,however,that it would attempted to do to, o been mixed vp irith political the Island of Cuba, accompanied by his young; and leiubnaud asserts that he found branches of the tamarind Shortness of Breath, and all other Pulmonary Com llth. Oi every Public Livery Stable, an annual a ,$;

t ratified with amendments, but which would not men or tnattcrt in any tray, not even having voted beautiful wife.: strewn upon the beach. Its sou'hern! coat is plaintj.'L"O tax of thirty dollars.12th. I;

i for one of our chief maislrale or any one else since .Don Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna is a bale- said to consist of masses of solid salt ; while as far : On every Hawker and Pedlar TetwlinppfwHj. 4'
troy any of the leading features of the compact. I have been in public service. having been stationed looking: man between fitty and sixty, with an Old as the eye can reach from its northern extreme, it DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILL, wares, and merchandize, an annual tar of one hun- '

!Suna Georgian t( the 14th has received in- or serving lor the most raton the limits of tie Railey countenance and very' well l built wooden beholds only the washed and barren hills of Judea Well known as a Safe C Certain and Effectual Cure deed Jollar -I tZ; 4;

nation from a passenger who arrived in Savannah States leg. The Senora a pretty;girl of seventeen, pouted on one side, and those of Arabia Pctrea on the oth for Fever and Acue, Chills and Fever Intermittentand ITth. Oi all Shows, Circuses Equestrian,fcfTae'rical .J:
Said the same General to J. I.NCCROI.I. All uncertain and mYsterious.Are all other Fevers. Price reduced to Sctenty-fce exhibitions, a tax of five dollars for each exnbition -
tit day previous that a vote bad been taken in the R a at cool reception for not one' viva' was heard; er. is vague,
th answered Or shall mall Cents per B.x. : a license to authorize which must first t ire '
I tbe
from the which |' questions a
Pennsylvania Whig, only days after he bad protsiorl.
Senate and the unceremoniously congeed *
ratified. I
Treaty was '
The above Medicines fie nml g.-nnine fjr
consideration withhold such are nitafl.1 l from the Intendant and countersigned by
I she took in high The General was dressed pecuniary a country astLis 32
written the above the dudgeon.
T President is understood to have requested to Democrats c Tennessee : I in full looking displeased at the absence from such an undertaking ? sileby. LEWIS JL AMES, lie Treasurer, tinder a penalty of double the lair

C gress not to authorize the appointment of a for- 'I have the pleasure to acknowledge e the receipt of uniformian thin; applause, which he douhtle I admit that it is not a summer's excursion and Tallahassee, Fa. herein a.sesstd for neglect thereof. 4
of f your letter of the 7th ult, which I as every For certificates of recoiniscntjation. and other information 1 ii h. On all Bask annual tax of
commission to modify the terms of the treaty, tsteme s expected would have greeted him. His countenance that British officers are said to have twice tailed ina Agencies,an KT- -
just me, which you cay, I had the honor completely betrays his chancier : indeed, I I like attempt. Should that circumstance deter usI : concerning the abov Medicines see future nty-tive dollars.l'h. I ;.
ud it is therefore thought that it will simply b re- of being cane on la-t evening to address a mass never saw a physiognomy in which the evil pas- I venture to say that withen the broad peripheryof advertisement, and larephlets, which may be obtained On all Azenc'e of Insurance Coiipanies,* :

timed a the Ultimatum of this government, thus meeting Whigs of the city and county of Phil .
imposing upon Mexic the necessity cf deciding fcr adelphia. At that meeting your name was trefju'-ntl strongly narked. Oily duplicity treachery',avarice II from the frigid zone to the tropics there is not 1", 1>H. :31 l''th. On all venders Lottery TicVtt.,an anneal ;*
mentioned in connection with the office of Chie in and his one na'ive born tiue hearted adopted citizen who tax if twenty-five dollars. .
herself and lr
tbe of or conquest. sensuality, are depicted every f"alrr(
question pare Magi!tracy. I stated to that meeting as I well known character bears out the truth of the im- will an\ver in the'aRirmative. r.we s'.mi thing} Sea Island Cotton Seed. Sic 3. Btttjurther Ordained That th-re shall .'

Progress of "Creased LIhtDIDt." fore tlatf in my place in the louee of Representatives press his vices have stamped upon his lace. In person to the scientific and the Christian world, and while _f\ BUSHELS SUPERIOR SEA ISLAND COT- I>s a*:>C5ed and collected the follutt in property tax, .,

Washington, that you were a Whig-net indeed he is portly, and not devoid of a certain well- extending the blessinc of civil liberty in the south J\J TON SEED, from Charleston for sale by viz:

The Sentinel stands erect upon the Tailor hobby. an ultra partisan Whig-but a Whig. in PRIN bred bearing vhich wins f.r him golden opinions and west, my well attord to foster' science andstrengthen DANIEL LAD'D. 1st. On a*! improved and unimproved Town Lots; .

. Booted and spurred, and decked in all the parapl.ernalia CIPLE.' .Ill oftrhtch it entirely correct : and a te from' the surface-seeing fair. sex, to bom heoerpars the bulwarks of Chrittiamtv in the east. Newport, March 18,1>13. 31 a tax e.joal to bne-lulf of one per cent Upon th* .
the discussion which occurred in both W- F. LYNCIIU.S. N. valuation thereof. : !
I of true knighlbood.it rides aloft in most gallant Conjress at the last session, growing out of the car.ilulation the most courtly attention. To the EDITOR of the Herald. Notice. 2d On every practising Physician or Surgeon, an* t I.,

tyle. There's no such thing a checking its ardent of Monterey, in which disusion tho't We shall look forward to the result; cf Ihis: Ufo annual tax ff tigirt dollars. .
in the Senate. and
Mr. creditors entitled
ipirit.: On, and on it goes, shouting ever of the I proper to defend my conduct in recard to that transaction Car Jition with uo little interest. ALL persons, otherwise legatees ted in the to 3J. Oi every practising Attorney and Counsellor1 2
when asalil somewhat, i if not entirely, upon J. J. CRITTENDEX Las been nominated In the i iWhig : or n.tere" estate at Law. an annual tax of eisht dollars.4ill. } .,
glorious terrors of greased lightning. I Make ay, ot t Anderson Sn ed, late (If Jefferson County, .
rat ground, in the Hou a of which you werea I On all free colored Male between thi4 of '
candidate for Governor of Kentucky, and has THE SOVEREIGNS OF ivrorr.Thereare : ages .
deceased hereby. notified to exhibit their claims
/ ye people, for this hero of our time. You may member for are
a you have my sinCere thank- twenty-one and fifty years, an annual fax of ten dcIlars. .
have herd of him who rides the storm." but here which wa done in such a way hy those who disapproved accepted the nomination. His resignation cf his in Europe: twenty-two Kingdoms, thir and clcianJs within two years from this date to the .
that scat in the Senate will confer the Govern of ty-two Duchies which arc really ai murh Kin 'lkrnJ undersigned, cr the same will Le barred ; and all .
js one who quits a rozmante sluggish and lazy,andmounts mfas'ue. lean hardly imagine hove any upcn ta 3h. On all free colored Females between the aseJ '
the others, four Principalities and eight Repu'jlies indebted to snd: estate arc requested to make *
< persons
trho tea and heard the that his and of and annual tax of fiv. .
, tbe very lightning of heaven to speed himon. onl present speeches on Kentucky the power of appointing successor including the fosr tree cities of Gtrtnary.Then .- immediate parneot twenty-one fIfty years, an .
occasion, or read them after they were pnllithfd, toWILLI dollars. ? a
is stated the Cincinnati Chronicle from n.ha- I -
Behold this by in Kurrpe. \M SXEID.dm'r.
Instruction to be aretherefore, sixty-two zovrrnm-nts -
is r
wor.cer ould well mistake the complexion of my politics. ;th. On all white Male inhabitants between this
Lamed by watching the progress of a phenomena so ble authority, that Gov. OWSLEY will probably appoint Two years ago there were smy-eigl.t i but the'', Jefferjon County, March l I5!, IS 13. 31 3m azes of twenty-one and sixty years, poll tax of o&. "? ;?

splendid. To speak u* how far Vtir.trfl Sermon of ]!r. Adams. HEJSRY CLAY as the successor of Mr. ('RlnE- since that time, the rcpub.ics otCrjcoar.il dollar upon each poll.
seriously Tax Collector's
le Sale.
fe Duchy ot Lucca, have ceased to exist. The number '
General T has in The House of has ordered 20,000 in the U. S. Senate. No man is authorized to I 7th. On all Slaves between tie azes of fourteen? 4
this State in the
got Representatives DIX still much smaller
AYLI progress .. of governments, though large, n TN pursuance of an Act of the General Assembly and fifty annnal fax ot one dollar: Provided ; -
predicted for him by the &"timl. copies of the Sermon preached on the occasion of say whether Mr. CLAY would or would not accept than it was at the commencement of the present century I of the State of Florida, entitled An Act to enforce That yearsan the City Council may exempt from taxation '

Last winter a few whigs met together in Tallahassee the death of Mr. ADAM!,hy the Rev.. Mr. GCERLEY, such an appointment." as the tendency consolidation aiiorg the the payment of Taxes, seed and lo he assessed any slave laboring under mental or bodily afflic-

and proclaimed that TAYLOR was the man Chaplain of the House,to be printed for distribution. smaller governments u very great. In Germany alone I Is. against all Inslitut.or.9 claiming Corporate tint or infirmity on application of the owner tit s
Later. XCUh at one period, there were three hundred and privileges in this State," approved January 4tb, IS-l*, of stxh slafe.th. ,
Thedicoursc from the agent
for Florida. They could see no reason: for waiting chapter and 17th The Steamer Cambrim has probably arrived at'' .xty di
tl he or some other person should be nominated by verse of Job- New York ere this, with later advices as to the Cotton Kinc'loms, twenty-nine Duchies, and five Republics, highest bidder in front of the Court House in Tal- or their own time, within the limits of the city, sri 4 : t

a 1aio Convention. TAYLOR, and nobody else, "My dav. are pasS, my purposes are broken off, and other markets. This is the which are independent governments. The othersare labas'lep. on Monday, the third day of April next, all annual tax of forty dollars ; smuT if thft same is not 1 .
even the of heart." European nineteenth dependent upon some of these. the interest in law anti f the Southern Lite j
*va their and we'll him hook. thoughts my cijui'y e> paid by such slave, then a tax of double the amount .
cry, run on our own On Sunday, the 5th instantseveral of the Boston day since she was to sail from Liverpool. In Fifteen Kingdoms twenty-three Durhie, and Insurancean'I Trust Company the fellow ing described to be paid t>y Ih5 master of such slate : Prodded; '

Electors were to be chosen to carry out the behests clergyman from the anticipation of her accounts, cotton had slightly declined right Republics, have constitutional gcvcrnrnents Bonds and Mortgages and other property, That if such slave or slaves live within the enclosure I 1_

.f the meetng. Jvothing further was necessary, prtached following appropriate in New York on the l jh, bUNt generally!! in all-lorty-six go.ernmenlllllirfl hav constitutions. or so much thereof, as may or shall ho necessary, to or on the premises occupied by his, her or their master
except that counties. West, ic., should text in reference to the same subject At the epoch of the American revolution pay the amount of State and County T.xes. due by then and in that case no such* tax shall be collected tt t
and th Est. For lh.ld. the Lord of hosts doth take the preferring to take the chances of a still further advance there were only seven republics and two monarchies said Company for the years 1S4C and Is47 togetherwith from nosro or master,. jtth.
their e1ectot.. have
rD name Anxiously mighty man, prudent and the ancient, and the than to venture upon uncertainties. The same which had (constitutions. all cosB viz : William Fi her's Bond for On all four-wheel |IeaCte Carriages', an an I- (

te men been looking cut for tbe response, but I honorable man, and the counsellor and elcxj'ient orator. i is: true of the markets of Charleston and Savannah. There are twenty sovereigns, three of them Queens, 7."00. secured bv mortgage, dated 15th July, I'Sy.R. nun! tax of two JW-lOO dollars ; and on alt Bnggies, .'

yet only one county has echoed their voice ; and that ."-Isaiah iii-1, 2, 3. i At the latest dates, prices had declined au jth." viz ; the Queens of England, Spain, and Portugal. II. Bradford's Bond for $10,
Dee> ,not far from this place, spoke through a jneetug The Houde has also ordered that the solemn] and The male Soverugnsare all married except the Pope.A mortgage, dated let August, IrsoO, on slaves and dollars. Sj C
to their religion, ten are Roman Catholics, eight -
whose prime mover was also the cb eulogies pronounced in their own body, Five Million Loan. the Greek Church. and land.Wm. 10th. On every Slave publicly exhibited by a vender -
impressive one belongs to .
foe Te Protestants Burney's Bond for : secured by mortgage for sale, within the corporate limits of the city, ,
tan of the T.Uabaue meeting. I mat s not by Messrs. HUDSON, WIXTHROP HOLMES, Mc- The new loan of $,.OO.J proposed hy the Secretary one is a Mahometan. dated 'th Aus., 1*>39, on slaves and land. a tax of two dollars for each and every slave so ex ), .

S fr u we can see, th Sentinel and Whigs liereb DowEL, and others, when Mr. ADAMS death was of the Treasury, has been taken at a premium In point of intellect. Loin Philippe stands first A. R. S. Hunter's Bond for $7..100. secured by hibited.SEC. ;a -.

otj are determined to have their own way. They annou ceid.be printed with the Sermon tr.GUER. of 1.2G. The principal bidders were N. M. ROTII- among the sovereigns of,Eoro| c,-he is above seventy morteace.dated 3d Aug.. KL! ',on slaves and land. 4. Be it further Ordained. That all Licenses,' '
r years of age, but po e9vigorou* health,-heis John D. Harley's Bond for t2\)0t secured by mortgage '
hereafter l issued and the
to .
SItU adhere to tbe creed promulgated from their LEY. The'r najn Mr. A. have been convened CHILI Sass, of London, jointly with CORCORAN c signed by
of though evidently
c & a man personal appearance dated 2Uth Aug., 1"39, on land. and countersiened by the Treasurer, shall not be issued .
Reeling in the winter, and if others of their party his native State for interment. &Rices, of Washington City. The amount of growing old. W m. Tradewell's Bond ('\r (::-,21).1' secured by for a shorter period than twelve months. :

II J they prefer diflerent advice, the Tallahassee rrfw premium realized by the Government wa &boutV I The King of Prussia is next to Lous Philipr-c.hn: mortcaee dated 7lh .o\prit.I"40.on slaves. See 5. Bt further Ordained. That al Ordinance
d the resolutions intellectual .'.ilifJ'. He is about filt'-fLtir years cf Alexander Mclver' Iktnd for $." !CO, secured b
and Easily adopted ), of O.'eTin'anres. conflicting with the '
clique prick U? their ears, ani bid them SatiJ"J.-Oe $: ,000 .a handsome addition, says the I'nion or parts ] (
held in St. Angu-dine, I ace, a tine looking xnan.iery| near fcijrhted: of very mortgage. dated 17th August, Is3j, en stases and true intent and moaning"of this Or finance be and the" ..
hi! They are imptent of the wilfulnets of any at the Whig meeting recently of the !th inst to the miscellaneous receiptof i ru-l
*ho will Do folo diration. savs that the letter of the Hon. I:. C. CAIUL is the month." The whole amount of f bids, was % 17..1 that 'ho was intemperate t this i it nntnie, Charles Cole's IVrnd for (,,3owith mortgage, same are sid hereby in Council repeal, this*d.Pa .CMh nay February, 14*. .
Let na M this is not so. A whig meeting at enliicly ,satisfactory in relation lo Its; vote for (%JtJey, )': The next monarch i:1 Europe. ir. inlellizenr, anJ dale! C'lth Dec .11 ll, on land and slaves.T. F. II. FLAGG, Intendant. j

&Augustine, in East Florida,instead of Speaker of the present house of !Rejirt-seritalives." talent i is the Emperor of Ru -i.. lie is fi'ty-lno: R. Bet ton's Bond lor -j-l t :.UlJ". with mortgage, Te 'c, %: ;, :t
responding inches I l., .
ahout feet two aiJ
.was expected, undertook to express its opinion Good easy soul !-it drw s not take much to satisfy .Manufacture tif Iron_-From tl. moaning and one years of cf the:finest, lonkinp six mir n t'ic' vxorl.l.TIM 1:1 .igiil, amid Jatedi'Jlh annual April crops, 1M2 of cotton,on ldt"c.mulhcalll and rorn ,hogs, THOM BERNARD, Clerk C. C. .

that," existing circumstances rendered it neeeitary them. Every season in Mr CABJL'S. letter fcr his grumbling ve hear I about the iron interest in IVni- ugh somewhat .Iuut'l.jl.m from Iwo htm- Samuel W. Brown's: Bond fur $ftJUO secured by March. I'M-. 33 t:

that the whig party ia Florida kbould hold a State vote has been scattered to the wind*. ai.dLel.as ylvania, it would be supposed thai that trade u al I. dred and twenty to to hundntl: and lorry ;pound-", m"rtrrage, nn land.: :t 2RemovaL -

Convention." What these .circumstances" is been standing without a solitary ecu-e. Yet mot prostrated but the fact is that there were upwards 'l.e is so \erfetly forme! all not to be at all uncld... Lewis Connei's Bond fcr ;;.;,;O, secured bj wort- .
are If
There is that in his .nnd.'n\ hatl'.r circumstances on land and slaves. Ii \VE removed my study to the ro*>m on the' .- 4
: the ol St. John find in his apology matter "W/JOUjOoif more pounds of iron manufactured gage
\ llmae. though they must b very strong, I whigs you may see him whIch bespeaks Inn a man bornto Geo. 1-:. Dennis Bond for :l 11 I,V>)I. secnred by rnnrtgage I North East coWr: of the "Crfpitc.l; afji>ining tie -
involve The .. satisfactory," and they pledge him their in that State in 1M7 than: in JSI1'. This fact command. Hi* countenance and disposition are .
said j
t neceuity. same meeting "it entirely onslives and lan'l. ALSO-I large Iron Safe, oJhce of the Hon. TV Rocntrtitrzh. where I pur- ,

ftecfuary that the whig party in Florida should vote in the coming election (or r'prfcntati.e to demonstrate!! the senselessness of (lie cry cf ANDREW naturally pleasant, though 'from the multiplicity and 1 P per Case, 1 Table. 2 large Writing D.-"V*, I pose remaining during my stat in Florida, which' .. 4 .
of weight of his cares, his temper is less agrctMe than Book Cue Iralf dozen Chairs & will be hut few weet Those interested wilt
,e represented in the Whig National Convention" Con rcs*. Mr. CABFLLwill be relieved a great STEWART who has taken upon himself the Herculean large ,
(formerly.In A. A. FIbllER.Sh'fT. pfea.-e ISK due notice thereof and thccr-
deal of labor in the coming canvass, if his flimsy task (>f restoring tariff( 1S-12, and others, govern .
ow.neither of these things are permissible in thetys regard to the other monarchs of Europe it is And ex-ofCrio Tax Ccl. Leon Co. ai.isesaccoi'dingty. "

of those who figured in tbe Tallahassee meet- pretexts for his course have produced the same hap that the iron interest of this country is sacrificed to not necessary to say much. The present King of March 11, Is4. 31--f WILLIS MfK. RUSSELL' S .

T TA.YLOR was to be run independent of a Con- py effect in the minds of the remaining portion of that of foreigners by the tariff of IMC. One fact is Swedt'n.O teu.ramcto the throne about five years March 4, I4'I. 33 Portrait Painter. .
ago. lie is well educated and M one of the best _
his ccnstitnents they have in St. worth dozen theories.
Augustine.Jv'prel.ension a Tax Sales.
tw,n1 a to a Sale Convention such a thing a king in Europe. The King of Wertemberg, is Hamilton C

V's.set "me of. Hetoce we find the / 1I Pottage .1rrangemcnt.-The New York Courier an able man. The King Holland) is a man of considerable virtue of the power vested in roe by law, Ishan Land for Sale.rpnnnnder"gnetl .-
of Eppei the murderer tif J. A. talent but a unpopular and a B fir sale before the Curt Ilou. '
tht St. Whigs that a State Con very very expose e will sell that fine tract of LANf?
Augustine Miur. This notorious has been arrested and Enquirer says: wicked The King Denmark and (he the of Hamilton Florida .
personage man. King I door in town Jasper County, J. known as the Hacking tract,. aisul tffated about' '.
"i b.t .at all necessary." It further tells We learn from a source that admits of no que. both able but lack decision of first in the ,
'_ and is, ere thi.I lodged in jail somewhere in Virginia. of Belgium, are men, on the Monday June IMS, following fiiteen miles of Tallahassee, in Leon Cownty. Saia .
t.4m.ut .WM recommended by the TAYLOR tion.that at the time of the Hibrrnia's sailing, the character. The King of Sardinia was formerly very I Iunpopulat. desciibcd property, or so north thereof as will pay tract contain about fife hon rcd and *
the Macon and Western Rail Rnad sixty acres,
*** Sirs-do a; He parsed over on basis of a treaty between Great Britain and the United Jn the language of one of his subject, the State and County Taxes' due thereon,for thtfyoa'rIS ahoul l two hnnd'reti sntr hammock -
J-into.'a TaaM.To b sure Sunday, tbe 12th, on hW way home, where (pie -i States had been agreed upon,which would place he was regarded as not fit to cook broth f. r the to-wie : the baJsnce pine land of fifty acres good ;
superior rjBatiry, well
Are you hued that )ou cannot see I the Post Offic arrangements between the two countries' lie is however adopting wise policy W of the S E of section 33'the watered -
am tried (or one of the most cold-blooded murders on devil. now, a TheS f-4 J.4 ; entire thert bern* a: stfeam running between the-' i
a&J ** 1Cro>* a streak of" greased* lightning." record.b He had wandered re.*e than ajear in on terms of perfect reciprocity." and his popularity i is on the increase. The Popeis section 3.1; the W 1-2 of srtion 35; the E 1.2 of hammock and pine land. There is on said tract '

flitg. iaagefous to my or i a man of fine talents, the best Pope Rome has had the S W 1-1 of section 26; all in township 2. range about cleared arid otherwise im
I Wit, cro path oppose Texas, where be passed and was known. as Judge Tar.-The Savannah Georgian of the 23d ultimo for many a day. He is enlightened and liberal in 12, north and east; also the N VV j-4 section 2, proved. Satisfactory acres titles will be mad to.the '

Shelby. He was finally overtaken and apprehended notices the shipment to that port of 30 barrels of his viewsand though strongly attached to the Roman and the N 1-2 of section 3. and the N K I-4 of section chascf. Tems made known to pnr
on application
.f :r "" grntlns.n ar D tb only whips at the falls of the Rrasos.Penniyltania Tar by Mr. O. MORGAN of Black Creek East Florid Catholic faith yet desirous that Italy should 4, of township 1, range 1'l.nortb.and ea'sf. purporting JAS T. DAFFIK-
/f" S who tbe of those wi o take a higher stand among the coontrreff of Eu- to belong to the Estate Hector W. Braden. ll'afeh4lS4S.-
ref 33 61Lime.
deaiof M. will continue the if he finds
the Democratic *. Mr. shipment ALSO-The S E 1.- of th. S E? 1-4 of section 31 I
: t&le L :At aranna, in West FloriJi1'ta .-On the 4th! instant, ro\e. ,
', ( assembled at Harrisbuig a profitable sale. The same paper states this to be The King ol Saxony is a very amiable man. The township 1. rang* 13, north and'east, purporting to
1 o whip mot earnestly] recommend State the first shipment of the kind from Florida. Sultan of Turkey is a man of fine abilities. belong to the Estate of Benjamin Chaires. .

a te cai i. the Stefe, to met in CoBTen and declared the Hon. JAMES. BtC.Ufl to b The Queen of Spain is a young and interestingwoman. JOSIAH T. BAISDEN, Sheriff. ACflBARRELSF1RTRATELIMEIe'WjttJUby

t. at n.'e. is another nut for our their first choice for President. The vole was BeCIIAKAK Government Finances.-According to the monthU She possesses considerable talent. The And ex-efficioTftl Cot Hamilton' Co. A. K- HOC*.- .

la*. enek. Tie Iltuo Whlg think Tf ry SI, DALLAS.31, (TAIS I*. Yste, Dries : statement cf the Secretary of the Treasury there Q-ieen of Portugal remarkable only for her size, March II,1919. 3t-3m February 2t, ?t 33


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-: 11 ff" -L : i: .L .- FLORIDA LAND SALES. STEAMER i

t; :ii: f J' Notlce.- Bagging and Rope. & H. GREENBERG & CO.SUI Boot and Shoe Ma. ,GLAlOQW,-

It: : ?:; ;. Inonths iftev date,1 shall present my ns1t ac 7 PIECES best Kentucky a continue at their old stand, nE stock, and, materials .tb: .
SIX I entire
and vouchers to the H n. Jadge of Probate U. 10 Coils Rope. For sale bv of .'[ and Streets
.t li1 4M f Jefftrsen who is about leaving (the State
$ : in and for L'on Cotroty and apply for letters ofI BIRCHE&LNDE AND -nIHTELn
c $ ,
'i1 .4z..i. IiEREtbey are now opening their FA L. respectfully informs his friends and the -
I : "t:;;. dismission .administrator" the estate of Joseph NOYrbtr WINTER supply of FRENCH ENGLISI. public that he is at present at the old stand, where JAMES TUCKER, MA"

: .:'. Allen, deceased. AND AMERICAN DRESS all work in his line with
f IN he i is prepared to execute undersigned avails himself
D. .
ALLEN. TilE of
"'1 ; coucn. will anntxed. Spices, Pickles, &c. Silk.Gro.; tie Rhine, together with every promptness and despatch.( lie has on hand the finestof the public that the &hi 5**1

t .1".' i :. TTNDERWOOD'S pickled Gerkins, ) of colcred and fancy SilksParisian Plaids calf skins, and all soils of materials and will GLASGOW is now performing her n.:
/ February! (, ISIS. :32 Cm U ions and mixed Pickles. picklvd and Printed Cashmeres, Plain and Colored make at short notice, and in the beat manner, GEN WILL be offered for sale, at Auction on the 7th the Sowannee River between Coluab tr riPe-

: "'4' f. : Doctor John P. Duval nut and Tomato Ketchups Capers, Olive .erino. rl.in.Striped and Silk wove Alpac. TLEMEN'S EOOTS AND SHOES of every description. of March 1S4?. at the {County Site of Keys. This boat is strongly built of .

; : 'f tard, Pepper and Pepper Sauce, Cider \ I Boots footed( soled,and otherwise repaired in Ben ton County East Florida several tracts of Land terials and propelled! by two engines t -

.;. FFERS his profe ional services to the citizens Gooseberries" and Currants in bottles, frts variety of Fr.ncb. English, and American good style and at reasonable charges. He will war in Township, Range 19, aud Township 24, carrying one hundred tons burthen, and "

:) ..1 .ofTI1bbuseeandturounJinrountr, Office Shad and Halibut in cni31lu, Curry and Ginchams; rant his work to be equal to any done ia the place, Range 21. cotton with suitable accommodations or04 --Ie.

: .: ::1. ';." in Wm. Wilson's Building, over lUyward's .BookStore Gajence Brandy Cherries, Preserved Plaids of dirUrent styles and qualities; and to give as good satisfaction as to fitting as any On the 14lh day of March at the Court Houssjof; sengers of light draft requiring but g lor U .

JI \ .. ,' Tallahassee. rant Jelly Macarroni' Vermtcilli. n'Hia, Is of every description, color and quality ; other "or man. Marion County sundry tracts in es water,thereby enabling her to seveni '**-

11.: ''. .*e.;: February 26..JS 9.:2 ican I mglass.' Irish Mew, dried ', Jaconet, Cambric, Tarleloa and Cross Bar JOHN LERCII.MsyS Township II 13. Range U 20, regularly at all seasons of the year perrOf1laltrl betwear I"*

: and Citrons. Iins ; 1 m: : ; ::y Notice. Nutmeg Mare, Ginger Allspice Thread and Linen Bobin and a ne,style of .4 II. 21 J. DAY morning at 7 o'clock. A. M. aDd* ,?JTto, j

; '., months after date the undersigned, adminis CloY. Vamilla I ..ns. Sage, Summer edgings; NEW GOODS. 14, 22. every FRIDAY mornio Should .omdeaje.i t t1

.: j.. ; .. 4 SIX ol:the estate of B. F. Lipseomb.deceased. s..cc Marjoram, Orange Fow.r. Rose &. Cashmere,Silk* and Woollen Glve3for Ladies At Madison i Court House on Thursday the 23d age be extended or the interests of ship.. '
I : will present her scconnt and vouchers to the Hun. ters, extract cf Rose, ( and Gentlemen ; subscribers would call the attention of the her lo perform two trip week, the( .
: :'. ( and ask to bet LEWIS & Woollen and Ccttnn Stockings for do. ; THE choice and extensive ortment March : per ,
1" :; Jrtd, e of rrobate of. Wakulla County' Forsileby to the &ctJon. will cheerfully acquiesce in, and main lh
_. discharged adl nl tnt rl X of sid: estate.C. Deceab'tr 4-, IS47.- 20 Cambric 1 IKlUs, plain and! II. S loteprifetl; of GOODS now receiving per Brig Waku:1a and Township. Range. change or add another new boat fo the -J7
a The S E l of 23. 1 S. 1 I lin,
LI Adm'x.February Silk Cravats, French Needlework Collars Their stork has been 8f'lecled.Tith ,
.. ; E PSCOf. Emclinc. care a' SW4of 1. capacity to the one now employed. Ai "
21. t.
.t .. 4. .. 23, ISIS. :3 Pro Fine Perfumes, Capes; from the moot fashionable establishments in New I' NW.of" ticable this boat will extend her trips soon..
; ::1 '* I for Dresses; do. Green York and been at reduced prices 1. 7. e' *
0' ; having: purchased wannee river to the Upper "
.i Springs
i John P. Duval, From the "annfatorr of Lnbin, assortment ef Hat! Cap and Satin colored they are enabled( furni h their customers at prices u NE.lof 213, 1. 7. Withlacoocbie river. and a1io1l."Hi 1
Elof 6 1. J. 5.
: Helilrope.! Jockey Club ; propoilionate-ly' low. TheirZ&m The would
'" ATTOKNEY AT LAW undersigned further
e4 II state
W4cf 6. 1. P. (list u
,; .t? ''t TTt /rJ.L practice in the Courts of Middle Flnri> Ambrosia raniuro, erinia, Mlclleur.! f Patchouly ia.I 11cr. de Damask: Tucati, ard I ant Straw.k Table>CUtS nth ; Irl RrlftDS OLOTE3NQ]] At Jefferson Court lIOU4t', on 1\JOtK )1, the 2ilb others selves, proprietors the of this boat, have mildY., .

r I' 'f ::1 ..:.:. \ V Court *>f .&PItal and the United 'talc' Khntine, Vanilla Violet( 'r, Bcrgainottc Ils. Towel". LHapers. ; :is ct (the bost of materials, and I being manufactured March : improve the provisions navigation of and an to act etltiUfd the A. ![l'1
Court S. T. B.TheF.ofNV.Zef 1
District at Cut's anl under the of Mr. Stillman all
r Nell Wo..l ; directly eve ,
: Marrocain and ess. nnlhl1et.j ChiIJr'I'" Caps river and for other **
nee ? '
,' 0lein \\m. Wil:*>ii's Buildings,over Hayvvard's of thereby and IJ, 15. CL'. purposes therein I
k > .j \ls Glenn's Ashland Ptrfnme and a-iwrlment of blown Sheetings Shirtings fear s'lop-irvrk \* precluded, pcnnn51I1frdlafill enacted the last session of
z i ','. : Book Store, e. ; article II of SW l of 13. J. 3.t6 (1.Iatllrtei ,
tins will
i Talaha :\trris Extract of Frasrant Flowers. Shirlii( and llrme-spuns ; may rely upon get an State of Florida that they have ![.
,", ':. .:. 1'tbrunyI'b.; = Farina CoWr.e-also the Cjs' >mer,, Kersey *, Lin e>!, Striped made. Among (the articles comprising their tVhofNE4of 14. J. 5. their company pursuant; ta the recently ** I

: Arrricn. La\endrr ar.d Florida Water Pbid Salineiit.. i Jean,Tweeds, Red and \\'hill r'.ILT .'IXWl.7'EIl STOCKmay W 6 ofSE4of 1-1. 1. :. under the and provisions ay** ,
name style of the
: Florida '
,r ."1 ; .. Notice.SIX and de la Heine, fine Cos-metic, rich ,Tclin, -. clred lamlric \i'h a large bo found thc followin< .4 SIct 31.! I. 5. nal Improvement and Steam SfaltT/ '
1 L. month after date. Ihe undersigned will pre- \III Perfu- r: 'I NE.Iof 5;. 2. 5. Navigation Cy I
Trirnminz", Goods
: and Hair-d! and Fancy
; < Shaxing
>e s.rllelt The
.. Bk:! French 'loth. Frock and Dress Coats, Black, Clp3nywill.OOn ( ?!! '
\ : :: .: lt hi" account* anJ vouchersl(the Honutl :Sne and coarseComlea, brushes: for the Cutllery. Ac. All of which will bp sold II EIofNWlof 6. 2. 5. lmplettheirarrua / I
: ( Brown and Invi*. Green Castor Beaver Sacks,Saxt of which due notice will be porST *
: .j' Jadie of Probate cf County, and apply or h their store in this also at One-fourth cash the balance in three- given, for 1
for (
: : LII Nails and A superior article of ( l ra. at place TERMS:-
.li\t Tweeds and col'd. Cas imer loIViloN Cotton other
.a of the istatcof Fe31. Got(lh3. fancy < products of the .r !?
U itt l d'.li4Inn administrator Monticillo.: interest in advance.Or country.
rs I in pots. } b LEWIS store ia equal annual inilalmenls.Tilh
: & : and Blanket: Overcoats, ke., Heavy Pilot liberal cash advances, all I
., ..L '" henry J. Gavins hte of aid County deceased. December 4, ) i.0QI :?;a, l>47. 15 if any purchasers should prefer to pay all cash,, upon property .sj
WESLEY MANNING. A 'm'r. ,! _.. and Beaver Cloth Overcoats, and Cloaks of line Blk when required. As soon as practicable l2! ,
-- --- five cent. will be deducted from the credit instalments. ,
'"4 S. s. SIBLF.Y. Agent. and 1 Bin- Cloths, Pant-loom ol Black Fier.ch Cassiuvr per suitable packets will !>e established by the CD !
; Bv i
$ 31 I Om PMJTCLS; F.ATING: APPLESwl Notce. Blk !:1I.1..d: do., fancy Pl.iid, Check ii Striped between Cedar Keys and New York and X
"i'" Ffbr-mv 13.1MS. 22 do. Iii.h lol.to's. moithafti r <. 1. shlprr"cnt mv accounts do. ; aloOf,1'1., S.d?int'lt! aid Jean.&c.: VESTS Lists of the particular tracts can be had by applying leans for (lie conveyance of freight and nai t1t ,

Salt. 10 do. Oniul! and vou'lirrs l t.lilt JI( e C f Probate. rf of BhfU: and Fancy Satins, istriiu-d" and Plaid Silk, to any cl the Pi st Masters in Beaton or Marion thereby securing to all its patrons a safe and '
5. ;t eale Just receiveil l and for 5le cheap for (ollll '. nnf eli- n.i,iion Velvets, Plaid C hmercs and Valencias, Plaid Silk County, or they will be furni heclif applied for, by ditious mode of transportation of their
by a
: SACKS S.U.T.3UJt rlcifJarJ'C.r December 1I11. 2J A. I the > of letter post-paitl addressed to THE STATE REGI;-
on e < Henry Ftldberg eithei
20 .hnin'tr31.r : Mj7.mk.i9 ti.C. A.r. market well
r .. A.? HOC.Februry : as as return cargo lo iijV 1
of Jcfler ou c .nnlv' dtecascd.IIENIlY They l\'c aNo exfeniive assortment of Cloths TER, AT destination. The rates of
f. '. ..:: 21, I" t5. :SJ 1 Lard and Butter, : : (;ltEIXmnG.Jr'r.. Cas-iiiuers; a \"Nolin an iinrmnntacturcd: consisting JOHN BF.ARD, Register of instance exceed those heretofore transportation charged wm I ao r
i : Newport Mineral Spring. I received per schr. Oregon, and (" uJ. r J';, ]-17. la: lr it' j-a't i-f: Superior Fn-iich Blark and Wool Dye Public, Nov.Ijinds 13, la17.oj the Stale 17 of Plurida.Tallaas"e for like services but a material reduction tf !? I

: ." JUST A. 1 Cloth", eo. English: (}(. d.). ilo., Eoglsli! Blue and, rates U contemplated at an early peiiod.as taoT .
.4. ". DWELLING LOTS FOB SALE.rplIE December' *17. 23: Notice Invisible Green, Wool Dye do., Black Beaver and 5C5 The following papers will please publish lbs t the increase business shall warrant soch W U
above three months, and send their accounts to the i*<
'S fylly empowered Cantor do., French Black Ca<-"imers, do. Ribbed do. The facilities offered to parties of
e undersigned bin licri'1-y to aI( (list six pleasure Irtdot.1.t
JL to make wrnnh- tilK- has hod the Wood Cutters. (' CiVN', .f 11'tr.n.. n o final account do.. Fancy Plaid and Strii p,l do. of (the latest anti) State Register, viz : The Florida Herald St. Augustine .. to visit the Keys, at all seasons of the
present y News Ocala: Savannah year
: Jacksonville.Arus
'. ::4 1' I _tu. : tract iIfllL 1.;' ".' round ihe abuvc Springs vouchers to the Hon. Jude! eT. in and' most 1 fashionable styles ; VESTINGS of Black and ; ; the roost healthy and desirable retreats for "aI.'f! (
)jiU i>tf in jr- l MJf ii. ellin<: l I"tl of upwards ot t ant WANTEDa mnnber e strong zn.J C.ur.t l'rclIIf for Fancy Plaid Satins, do. do. Silk, Silk and WoollenVIvcN Republic: and Georgian ; Charleston Mercury and others in the State,and the beautiful ,
( % JfiTviai.n.and a e od
4 i : 0 0. for sale l..w. Phns choppers. Liberal wa 1.1 apply di"cha and Courier ; t the Standard! and the Register, Raleigh : tic of the mm "
and \'a
he Cashmeres Suwannee
: tcro t.h. which n.IoFtu .\ .! ('f the (->Ute \ 'ncias. Vcstings of RichVtlvttPln.il scenery will it i is supjxarf .?
: .. .' .,f the same: with tfrm.. &, .: be !. at Dr. F.:. mcn.rrl'' to said ('iuity: ,','a"l"L \nnalrcJs. A.C..VC. the Columbus Times Georgia. inducements to many to avail tbetcsclvw ifso plru.., .}
: Barsard's Talliha: 'e. First c .me has fir-t choice.Newport. SBIrmT& : : ant an excursion. 1
: J.\' BROOKS. ,
I November ; 11R. C3The which hare been sted fc,
: D.UL: LAUD. 1.1. 13 papers reqir; This i Company t
.e. having
County ', Ot. ,'{ 1'1 11. 1''m; I tali and 'Ert' and Bleach'd. Cotton as they believe Bad.
": February I!> 1 I" .". 31 I. _. C1i'hnh'n( ) publish the "Florida Land Sale, will please add I requisite arransements for the convenieDceinS all
.. Linen and Cotton Shirt, t"ndehhirl4, the sales in Madison and Jefferson Counties.( : above.. ccmmodation of r
:.. .' Bacon, Flour, &c. Furnitue.J U.iS. MAIL LINEr Elk Hal. Silk Cravats, $ilks and: Merinodo. And the daily papeis in Charleston and 0 'Dnnah,, public, they solicit its fatr! .

Elicia, from New Or. UST rcceitcd (roT New York Fancy Sit in do 4 I Lai.bs Wool and Angola viz : the Mercury and Courier and the Kepublicar I a"'p.For further
received scbooacr particular
o. ; .,. JUST per 1 Iiand: >unie Jfjihogany Sf., Rich Fancy Satin and > Undershirts and Georgian w ill please publish, once a week only, SMITH & Co., Columbu.,1fts, apply to D p. .
,. 1 rr. Iivai 0 VLiv Plain b Scarfs', |[Brow Cot ton and Cotton- for three months. ; 1 Cjf k Bacon I H rai IllS Madison Messrs. PUTNAM f
4. '. .. niRClICTT! 5. : Jenny Lied J Ill.ks. \ attic Drawers, November 27, IS 17. 10 Cedar & RICHARD.
to the
1 ctdr Si.l.i. November 2 7, 1- :7. J: ., s Blk. \\'hil and CoPe Kid'.Guni; \ Elastic Suspenders Keys, or underjgi .

0 1 h.ulJ.r-, '-M Gloves, Merino and Cotton HalfI Middle District of Florida, JAMES TUCKER .
0 6 And other,
: r1. lJiMi' ProprietoA
Tallahassee to Macon. I Hose WAKULLA CIRCUIT AND COUNTY. Columbus 1
DULL norid1.
f Lbl".rhoiCt 1.'imihFloor. January n, ists. 2 2
J bl. new No. 2 hrkerjl. & Patent Leather Shoes, Umbrellas, Money Belt?,. Daniel Ladd Plaintiff 11 t
; sale! bfyovemher27. the rorncr store umrr! the Sentinel in forty-tiro hours fian TaUahafsee to' Shoulder ,In Attachment.
3 Barrels l iJre-on A:' lo .tl : L'raccs &.c. i.c. City Tax Collector's Sale. I II
1 I"47. iu Al.FKED E. IU ". oppovie! Hit! i'liffoix; Buihlin! .1rUI, am1 In Cllfltalma. in tn'ldfl.a CLARK k STILL! fAN. Thomas Lockh'art, Defendant. ) Debt *.327 03NOTICE VIRTUE of
/ tit' ti tttki tlic .Wu l floats on Octtb'r BY authority vested in me by law I t
23. 1 I" J7.
1 14 is hereby given to the said Thoma! '
Notice. \ RE O01:1:4 a choice and vie!! .\ (l.r have this day levied upon and will
; il day. ,,
il fO/l1 cape sI
JT. .cnl (. CAS''IMF.K:! and all other persons interested in the r sale before the
: ; cf theO is-ot t.OTIS Sl':;<' will .ee on Mondays, 'q5 j J L'JOI'u N public Court-house door ia Ut
after dxte, the: tntor JTalhha Daniel Ladd has instituted City
o QIX: month* mrf i I I INGS *nd / : a IAUo'ncy above cause, (hat the plaintiff of Tallahassee 1
of Leon I : \Vedne-.J-ivs. "Fridays, o'clock, A. M., during legal hours,ou the fin*Jf08"
citateof 11. *, deceased l.!. at Law, this suit by attachment issued from the oflice
Humphrie; car and I bestow in the select ion of day in March 1S49, the
te in Maeonr/a following
Co'irttv' "il pr.?:>! hi.tinil amount and vouchers j warrant them 1. >>tying to ul! who wish to arire ( Quitaey noil.it.e.! Ness Montittllo Jefferson Conntf Florida of the Clerk of the said Wakulla Circuit Courl I Lots numbers S3 and property te l wit:
C : ( Albany, .'ainvi icut, and Perry',) on >elay S-I. being aDd huE ia the
of Probate! "uityta&d;
to the JuJj > against the lands and tenements, goods and chattels,
'. : Iron 1 IF air.in: trjtii>n. good bargains. you will da.well to c.l .day>-, and Saturdays! at 10 o'clock, P. M., in 1"\7"ILL attend the Circuit CourUof the Middle south half of county quarter within tilt limits sf I
fur a do'chsrze : > of the said Thomas I.oclhart.Tho resides beyond I
stock. l U be
Ira : .ur wO'1 a !rat tax on for the f,r Savannah Macon Circuit and,} of Ihe the City of Tallahassee, or so Loch thereof
1"I I m cars Leaving on v T County. f Columbia of the willpav
due said I
oemher. the limits of this State for a debt to the t
lience t' he cii\rent!
: style! : : s, Wcdnt-da) s, and Fridays, at 4 o'clock, A. Eastern Circuit, Floridi.Moiitictllo the City Taxes due thereon for Ihe year 1S47.
ccmposii.z this aortnutit : tuilice it lo LadJ on a promissory note executed and delivered I Levied the J JI
LEWIS & AMES arriving in T.sll.iha-i-ve TueJaThuB. upon as properly of B.
ou August 11,1S4G. 5 Rafferty.ani U
of these doths and and payable to W. H. Perry rr bearer dated the Sib I
cas imers are be sold for cash.
port"n o'clock JOHN
and Saturdays, alII P. M. This line WILSOS c
DEALEESIX iiu' Boasted Liiirr aud the of November 1S41, due one day after its tat.,31d
with the Road. Savannah, Au February 5, 1949. 2: City Tax Collect.
.. !)!KLTG5. MEDICINES, PAINTS, OIL*, (ve-ry article. of their stock is of a style t Milledgctillc, twtralloil and : Rail Road to Co- Law Aolice.BROCKCNDHOUGII which note was transferred l from the said W. H. 1

foilel Ariirlfs, Ptrfnaitrr, it.. Window ClasJ., : that.illu\ e mention the most t fjli I these iotu. CI *, Ga. I Chattahoochie also connects,with and thence the Mail I.in. & MAXWELL.WM. said Perry Ladd by delivery now amounting for a valuable,principal consideration and interest to the together Jefferson Circuit Court :

Quincy to
PAIVTER4' ERUSIIESND COLORS, the finest texture the best English wool "Pa tL from Tallahassee Apa- to the sum of three hundred and twenty- IN CHANCERY. 4

ApolhiM-aries* Glass Ware, Ac.rHEab \,01 d}(backdo.! Cassiir.cr,London wool t in three, engers days can, and po but one night will be to H. BROCKENBROUGH will tcaFLi. seven dollars and filly-three cents : Now the said William Bailey Adm'r. de loxi. can of lab B&

... vecon< on Land, and for nIe at the do. Ca..,French and German black cloths:, ; on! the road between Tallahassee and Macon. in time to attend all the Courts of the defendant and all other persons interested in the Jam,, deceased. Complainant ,
tintly French Cassimers. above suit arc hereby required to enter his or their
fancy .
ret assured that attention will Middle Circuit, and Jackson and Franklin Counties ts.
\ mjrkct (rkes VCSTINS; of fine black! Satin, fine public to the may comfort of those who every in West Honda. B. & it!. will also attend (the appearance and plead to the declaration filed in the Tilman D. Purifoy Drftntlaat.I
Silk Velvet Ca and day patronize said suit on or before the first day cf the next May to the satisfaction of the Court
4' received by late arrivals larje additional Woolen berel Supreme and Federal Court Their time will be IT appearing bj E
e 11"f ; Cerro Cbcrubu, Monterey FARE: d'r utZ (.xcliisirtlij to the legal profession, and Circuit Court to be held in the said County of Wa- made in this cause that Tilman D. Purifoy }
of Irugt.VeJitinetanJ
., J. replies with most of the popular Choliea\\hich remedies, HEAD MADE CLOTHG.-Suptrior Tallahassee to Qui racy, 250; to Bainbridge claims against the United States for the attentive kulla or otherwise judgment will be rendcied against Ihe said defendant, resides out of the State sf

renJr Aether our assortment lie lirgest and patent uiost varied in French dress and frok coat., English; ; Alba.iv, $1 I J, and to Macon fcya. prosecution of which arrangements: have been made him or them bv. default. Florida, and in the State of Georgia,CIa notiia ./ (
do. do., French Calmer: Sack Coats ) WRIGHT t SAWYER Proprietors. in Wa.bin ton. DANIEL LADD. the solicitor for complainant; : It n Ordered, Till
the State. black and) fancy cloth Suck, March 13, 1S47. 31 February 19, 1549. 31 the said Tilman D. Purifoy do appear and uiwe, (
We have now in store a ht of QUININE, tcar- rixe By JOHN M. YARN, Agent. .
coats, black beawrcloth sack the bill of complaint filed in this cause withis far C
,anted pure, and of very superior quality. Office at the Planter's' Hotel, Tallaha.,ee-C. Land for Sale.
Cloaks. I'tuilaloonsoffine black Casimer months from the date of the publication of !". (
'.S:;': Just: received a large assortment of do., a great variety fancy Ca.-fimer ) 111Y, Agent ; at Mai.NATILANS.inquincy. Notice.SIX undersigned will sell that fine tract of land der. or the said bill of complaint will b. fairs for t

1: -: '. FRESH GAUDHN" SEEDS latest si vie. I'tstt c l very description. 17. 1.1.:2 months after date, I shall present my final ac- TilE \\ as I he Ovcrstreet tract situate about six confessed : Provided That a copy of this order,

4 .j fr.'m Ihe celebrated ad.n cf Iesr Hovey & Co. Trimming*, Hosiery, Slill! :, Glo"ec, 'J'L. Fenders. and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probatein miles north of Tallahassee in Leon Coanty and adjacent published in some newspaper printed in the Middq ]

( # Al-w! a !Dul invoice of choice: KR.\NDYANOWINEJ I adjusting Stocks, Suspenders, and almost and for the County of Jefferson and apply for a to the plantation of Mrs. Hall. Said tract Circuit of Florida once a week (or the space of lay I

\ht ot CIGARS of extra quality.: All connected with, a gentleman's outfit.B. E DOZEN SHEET IRON FENDERS a handsome discharge i as Administrator of the estate of Abram contains about six hundred and forty acres, a portion months. (Signed) i

.. .: which! \e of.r fir silc. at the, lowest cash prices. 4i P. are prepared to execute all article, for sale byGIORlE Grantliam late of said county deceased. of which has been cultivated and otherwise im THOMAS DOUGLAS Jndn. C
LEWIS t AMES.Talah ing to t the latest and most approved !I)Ic1. II. MEGNSIS. WILLIAM GORMAN. proved. Satisfactory titles will be made to the pvrrcLa December IS, 1847. 22 4m

.ee, November 00. IM7. IS N. 13. n> the next anivals wo expect er. Terns made known on application to -. 1

't THE REMAINDER. Lamps &c. TIIOS. JEFF. HEIR, Sweet Orange Trees. j

: .' WakuUa County Tax Collector's October. 1C, IS 17. 13 PATENT PORTABLE, COMPOSI- Coffee. Agent and Attorney for the owner. Ifififs SWEET ORANGE TREES tWOJtII1 '

February 19, IstS' 31 4t 1UUU old for sale each the b
SALE AND LAMPS, a new article (that gives a )0 BAGS OLD JAVA COFFEE, at C4 by 100. j

: BV wirCr the authority vested in me by hw, Leon Circuit Court.IN liht, without either smell or smoke The 25 Tin' do.do. Laguira Rio do.do. Notice. January 29,1S4S. 23 M. L. 6t BAKIJL I

I day levied upon, and expose lu intends keeping a scpply of the fluid al- a
,'i CHANCERY. Just received and for sal. by8I.'pl. persons indebted to the estate of Louis Joiner -
/ublic iiile, in front of the Court house, the count on hand. ALL
.-: } \VaVulla, State of Florid, Creditors' Bill fur settlement cf GEORGE H. MEGINNISS. J IS, 1SJ7. y LLOYD FLAGG. cf Hamilton County deceased are requested Orange Hill School.I

4 f 2': PitS. 28 41 to make immediate payment ; and those having ry undersigned takes pleasure in informiBf '
Onlttfjlrst Monday in May nut, James. E. Rroonie and (.ILel., for IK. C. II. HUNTING, demands are requested lo present them in terms of _L public that they have established a BOARDING I

fcctween the ,,ual hcur f the fjllowing pieces or other creditors of A. M. Gatliii ; DR. J. REESE'S SURGEON DENTIST, (the law, duly authenticated. SCHOOL at the beautiful and healthy location W ,

pirreN of Landiz) : C'. I permanently located in Quincy,Florida, ELIZABETH JOINER Adm'x. Orange Hill Washington County,Florida with ,lit ,
Si .1 L jt number S, containing 471 acres, and known TurbuttR. BeItn,Sarah A. Boton.lli: ;* \ & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE HAVING tenders his services to t the publicin F'bruar19lSIS.. 312m view of establishing a permanent Classical Academy.

M tie Ilitet S>ircy, according; to the original !ur- Sun of A. M. Gitlin, and others, ] : of feeble constitution and those. ol se- the various branches of his profession. From his Notice. They have engaged the services of Mr. ROBEKTH.WINBURN. I

%ey md l hy Asa Jal6dd. "Survc>'or.1,0 lj's 1TIJERE.U'. Ky an order. made: by habits. are ullen troubled with habitual experience and success in practice, he feels assured weeks after date I will apply to the Honora a graduate of the University of florfi 1
.' number 'Mt 40, 41.I : -r>l, >, Z'l:J,GJ. Ill!, C2C3.C V Y THOMAS Judge, the SIX tie
i S 1 -J !. luVCLA. on I( : wl.ich dten fJ'rl' a very: uritav.ratle! I of being able to please those who may patronise him. Judge of Prcbate in and for the! County of Carolina. Orange Hill is pleasantly situated on fHolmu'
?. < .. Vi, 71,7- "'J. SIS I ,. "3. 1,7.5, 14.- comber, Ib 17, in !ore itkd cause upon their genera! htallli, which M partic Dr. B. refers the public to Wakul1a, fir letters of administration on the estateof Valley road,twenty miles west Marianna, 1

o. Containing each 3 Vi$ an't; and known and described signed as appointed among (>lher things manifested, ty irrtuulanty.it not total loss tf (01. W. T. STOCKTON, Dr.) J. M. W. DAVIDSON, Richard II. Crowel1,late or said County deceased. is distant thirty or forty miles from the Gulf of Mexico

., I by said nUlbrf according to the Anginal surrey an account of what is due to Complainants : In this condition of "the system, (this ar- Gen. C. H. Dcrf.>T, Dr. R. E. LJTTLK. HARRIET M. CROWELL. and abounds in the purest free stone water,if

Mad'eby' Asa HartticlJ, Sur'eor. claims, and to nil other creditor, of said A. confidently f'cl'mmcndtd the assurance Office opposite (the \. F.. Church. Ladies waitedon Jenuary 2'2, IS I 19. 27 Gt fording a most delightful and healthy retreat in SOB ,
'_ All the above described lots ol Land situated, I 1\- lin, with interest thereon ; and) it was if thed' ..e i is l'r"I'lrly| aJju" NJ so a cot to at their residence as usual. Newport mer for (the planters in the adjacent counties. fTh'y

1. in< and bein; in thccoutity of knlla.on. thewetide tier .That the vail Master do cause an the bowels lou aClinh. relief ma* be relied September 11, I 'Ii. S Notice. deem themselves fortunate in the seleclJoo ,

of the Wakulia Ru.tr, being portion' of what mont lo be published in the Floridiau: ,' a without any o or \0 Kast unpleasant con- of their situation, since they believe it to be one ot

; .. is known a Forbes' Purchase, and let'ied upon u per published weekly in T Negro Clothing. P. Heath. late of Hamilton deceased
the of the Land Company, other he County t
Apalarhicold public as
ta property new-papers shallhink ( ( u.'ullresortul to. which there are as few allurements to vice-a COB
7 i raJ"ill be sol J to *iti>!y their State'. and County Tax the creditors of (Ihe said \lfr"d :1 .. subject. to liiiious CLolic may rely on (lIlt I ho PIECFS: Kerseys. SIP'> do. Plain, 20' do Lin- are requested to present them duly authenticated sidcrat ie>n which should be of paramount importafiM I

Jo thacoaaty c| XVakuila. for the >ear I.I". in before him, and prove their lId I!, on or b propertiis of this medicine by using it on SI')s. ."> hales Lowell I ()sriahurgvSVirginuado., within the time prescribed by law, or they to every parent and guardian. As they purpose ed-!

4' ( I AIIIJAl! HALL, Sherirtir tir-,1 day of May heat t ; and that such ol the I l intimati>> i i.fan; approaching attack. There .". bales -I-1 I Domestic 5 do. j.< Domestics, 5 do 3-4 will be baricd ; those indebted to the estateare ucating their own children at this place they wl

ie to regular attack do., 10 bales Niro blankets, 5 cases Negro shoes earnestly letuested to make prompt payment. only intend at all times to keep a good and coope 1

: October19It7. It aforesaid, shall l be "eude the! benefit of I! : J F'a seC llo.1 t <"very fall ; to such the use v> wool hats and caps. Just received and f.'r sale by JOHN G. SMITH, tent teacher but that board shall be obtained apes <

cree ; and tint' .ads |I'tron!, not patties to : i is, fouintended, beginning to use it S. F. BURNEY. Sheriffand ex iffieio Administrator. the most reasonable terms.
.o.: Spanish Regalias. who shall! come in belore the said Master I midle of: May or first t of June. September 2% 1S47. 10 January 15, 1545. 2'5 2m TERMS PER SESSION I

., 0' JCST per Urig Lucy and (heir debs, d-. before they are admitted feeble often The 07
; 20 000 rtcci'e >f digeStive organs are ex- Petit Gulf Cotton Seed. Elementary Department $10 I
foraalehy wI contribute to the complainants their a sen,e r>f fullness, weight and oppression M. D. PAPY, Arithmetic Grammar Geogiaphy and History
; .. II. CREENBERG CO. the of this suit, to be settled SACKS genuine Petit Gulf Cotton Seed 1
& & expenses by 'the stonnch after eating, will find this rn"di- jrn lliJ1 40 13 0? ,
.. October 30. ;17. 15 Mater. And it w as also ordered, that .an almost immediate relief. W 9 For sale on consig'1meut-apply to Natural Philosophy the higher branches of JMalhf'malics.tbe J

be taken of all securities or collaterals near t their confinement often suffer from WILL Practice in all (the Court in the Middle J. R. FORTUNE, Latin.Greek.and French I

Dr. J. H. Scales, creditors respectively' and a report be : I ( and costivrness : to uch (this article i is Office on the first floor of the Cap- -'eb.5. 1SJ3. 29 At the Tin Manufactory. Languages 20 W ,

SUKGEGON DENTIST same, and of the value of each. And it recommended, ai it can Le used without (the itol, South wing, room formerly occupied by thes.'cr'tl.rv Furniture &c. for Sale. Board can be had at six to eight dollars per nootb.
: "ITriLL be fou'id at his old Rooms at J. L. DemilV ordered that .all parties may be examined ; r, and with Crest. benefit. In sick or nerv November of the Tt-rntorv." -I 1'AlR of handsome, Mahogany, Parlor Couches The second session of this school commenced U
terrogatories, and produce all books and 15, IM5. 17 :
it i ii inxaluiltle.! the 10th of
\ !h'. HOJSC the fall and winter January.
Boarding dtiiing : .1 1 handsome Mahogany Book Case wilh drawers
their custody or relating (hereto
I power ,
article lx> found to act cor D. W. hORN?:.
months, .unless when profcs.iona\y cnj,< (d- before the said btcr. ai the said Master wili as a pleasant JOhN EICSIUl\! and desk 2 handsome Carpets, I Double Wheel Pa-
Ionic, the and at the D. P. EVERITT.BRITTON .
Ur. S. receivH daft kinds nt-toring; appetite 1
) having jut a large supply rect." ATTORNEY AT LAW tent Corn-Sbcller the most approved article in use.
.. fulfijlingevery intention that the common BARKLET,
of material. appertaining to his profession, is all Apply to J. R. FORTUNE,
Now, to
th.rtfore. persons claiming intended to efi ct. GEO. F. BALTZELL.
Its with neatness and rtg- Cinlncy, Florida.WILL .
trcpare perform any operation of said A. M. Gallm Feb. 5, IMS. 29 At (the Tin Manufactory.
t or* are in
-. : Je patch' on the most approved plans. hereby, :and when u!e-.l\ according to (he direction,, attend (Ihe Justices' Courts of GacKlen) January 2'2. 15"9. 27 4t .
aid order, lo their claim
October lt>. Iii47. 13 Iltife produce f.unt an invaltiablo article,especially to I Lose (the Circuit Court of Middle Florida, Tax Collector's Sale.
i vouchers support thereof, and all .' with Dv-pepsia, Derangement of the Liver and the Courts in (the adjacent Counties of Georgia. Sale till lit in Marclr
securities thlref.r. before me, at TY virtue of the authority vested in me by law, I postponed Monday
my Debility. '
( \LSAM OF CHERRY, for olrf November 22, 1.,1j.( 13 tf
.; -4 ""JTST.\R'S LEWIS A1IES.aO hassee within (tIle time limited in pacd by Doctor J. Reese, Grifn. Pike county fc::>- Sentinel copy. J_) shall expose for sale, before the Court House GADSDEN SHERIFF SALE.

IS 17. 3iCO.PARTNERSIIIP.Tlie & otherwise comply with the l'roviiiol of and for sale; by app<. .door in the city of Tallahassee on the first Mondayin virtue cf a writ of fieri facias, issued frtttf'

.' tehruu that they may be admitted parties to the E:: BARNARD, Jr's., August next the following described property or ; BY the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court for ll>.

Cabinet Making, &c., Dated this third day of December, A. D. Drug Store Tallahassee, Fall and Winter Goods. so much thereof will be sufficient to I pay (Ihe State County of Jackson Western Circuit of Florida

undersizncd have SIMON TOWLE Special DANIEL LAUD; Newort, RECEIVED from New and County taxes due thereon fur the year 1&47 : wherein Daniel Cook is phintifT.and Reuben Scott i.
as December A, 1SJ7. 2 t her.and from this date Monticello, a large assortment ofSTAPLE defendant I have levied upon and will expose
(lui to belong to W. G. Gould. lale. before the Court-hisusa door in the towS at
: 'he two shops will tx united, and the business con ncy AND FANCY DRY GOODS.
: bv LYNCH &. VINGFJlHOirrS. They are Family Groceries. HARDY BRYAN! A. A. FISHER, Sheriff Quincy on Monday the Clh day of Dl-cember.IS41
t. Jlcat. A for Thomas Georgia. Groceries Hardware Wood and Willow Ware, and ex officio Tax Collector Leon Co. I the described wil 55'slaves
descriptions of work in their line. have received late tnt county, following property, lo :
I t. ,0,rt/JaeIOdo/ fidelity dp..ch.andon! a reasonable term WE and by,, a choice arrivals selection'from 02, IS 17. 44 Rope and Bagging, I Nails and Iron January- 2t. 1 IS-IS. 23 Jeff, Dick, Fieldsand SpencM
NlOaea Boots and
J Shoes Sugar Boilers &c. &.c. Levied as the of said defendant,w*
,. '}r cash or acceptances(as any workmen in ceries and Plantation u G. W. HUTCHINS, upon properly
api'rove For sale
Negro Kerseys. by to be sold to satisfy said writ ot fieri facias.
f i the country. patronage: of the pub Cheese, Codfish, Mackerel,
continue Hilinl KERSEYS SeptIS.( IS 17. .I LLOYD & FLAGG. Sheriff.
t lie u most r"petlly lo1citt. Louis Fo'n. Sides and Shoulder. Bacon 1 CASE 2 do Linseys, AUCTIONEER B. C. WEST
Just rcct'iHd. and 'for sale by Nov. 5,1847. 10 DyJaaarsHL'trz.P:5'cal
_l I .. : LYXCI. rent Frlnch, .ushroms., Raspberry Lobster and H, t117. 9 LLOYD &FLAGG. Deaf and Dumb AsylumOF T.1LL.1H.1SSEE FL.1. ,- The above sale has been postponed until t'
: Jellies Prll in'any part of the county attended lo, and
; Tallahassee, November _G, 1SI7. 10 Paper Almonds, Currents, KENTUCKY.TT SALES first Monday in January, 1S-1S.
Sbele !lp solicited. the
< Notice. I I (e-: The above sale has.been postponed until
For sale low
by ( HE subscriber t thc resident agent( the said REFERENCES :
Received the latest
first in
r. by Aval mnCIEr &LNIENaE persons, creditors and legatees, entitled to 'a': Institulion, nlfer* for 8Jlt.,in tracts, and upon II. BOND Esq.' I LLOYD & FLAGG, Monday February.
January 8, 1S49. 25
'I A I.flGEasiortrncnt of READY. November S7,11T. J1 or otherwise iutfrcle in the es- terms to suit pttrehasert,about Four Thousand Acresof J. W. ARGTLK, Esq.' I| I). C. WiLSON, Esq.
THING. SHOES. BOOTS; al-o, a genera as- Lewis Saunders, late on county de- LAND, situated in the county of Jackson in (the January 22, 1*>,1S. 27
'e' rtment of GHOCF.RIF Notice.ALL.personscrcditois are hereby nolift to exhibit their claims State of Florida. Also the Right to Locate lo a Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry

: L &II. GREEnE&CO. : within h1 yearsfrom (his date lo the limited extent. Thomas Jeff. Heir REPAIRED.

'X:A October :O. 1917. legatees blunted, ( in ( nfd, or the same wi be brt; and all per- The above lands were selected at an early (elate by ATTORNEY. AND COUNSELLOR AT, LAW rpOWLE & 'MYERS, having secnred !Ih* $dTTCW

of James M. Sloa, late of Jeflerxon to said are requested to make an experienced judge, and are believed to be amongstthe JL of an experienced workman who will stifOd' tO'the

: f;'.. Goods for Wear. are hereby notified to exhibit payment. finc.t in the county. WILL practice in the Circuit Court in each repairing of Watches and Clocks exclusively '
.,. Getemens' ceut. LEWIS M. SAUNDERS, Executor. C. H. DUPONT cf the Middle Circuit and in the Supreme of DUUBO*
within two ( this are prepared to do all work ia their lint
'EIXE.: Dlack.and u .. Fancy ((Oand years rom ,' 1817. CO 2m Court and United States District Court at
JJgent of D. Sf D.Jl. of
iu. .
.4 ; Ii Ca iaaer,. L'entucky Jeans, Rich Sa undersigned, or the same "il be barred : well and pr.mptly.November
.. ". Vc. S.linelt.. indebted lo wid are requested Quincy June 12. JS.j1. 47 ly Tallahassee. 6, 1547. 10 *.
:: ft tinis, yet Vestings. Rich Satin SilJlich persons Monticello January<,. 1543. 23
f r' y.e'rtin;., F.ncy Colored S tia Cravats, a immediate payment. Choice Liquors.
4 a"'mtnt ofgentlernen'sBootsandShoep, JAMF. n. TUCKER. offer to the pnbJic the following choice Liquors Rifles and Shot-Guns. CITY HOTEL ,
C ... K.'s .and Caps ; also, a large sto of ready made of and ex officio all of which we will warrant a being ASSORTED qualities sizes and price just re- Martin, Smith & Thorn,

_ .:::1 I ,,"biDd$ ( received and (or b February J 19.1S4Q.. 31 3m best quality : for sale by S. F. BURNEY. Commission and Forwarding Merchants

!:. K. BURNEY. Groceries. quarter casks cupr. old Cognac Bran Iy, September, 1847. 10Caps. No. C2 Street
i1 2". J I17. 10 u 'i" Madeira Wine Poydras

j : "pltrlr JUST received per Schooner Tallahassee( bbls. old Monongahela Whiskey NEW-ORLEANS, LA.

],.,' 1LJ. S. BOND .. of I doz.each old Madeira Wine,of(Ihe K. M. 1IU.Bl'IN-G. W. SMITH-THOS. L. THORX.Refert TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
It barrels superfine Flour, vintage of 18r28, I Newton, Gordon &Co." JUST received per the last arrivals 50 doz. Cloth to nnO the hu been confided Lbs 51#
services undersigned
his to the
-rTtM profesiionil citizens
--1J 10 ..C.iff Whiskey Wine, Port and Claret .. Glazed Caps for Gentlemen and Boys new
/ of T.lllha*'ee an Ihoiurruufldiucountr/ I ,Orlen. Sugar Cordials. styles which will be sold very low. J. W.Annie,A. Best wick, S. S. Sibley Tallahassee. JL agement of this HoteJ.
'.He at \ Hotel. >J. L. Smallwood, R. L. Edmonds, Quincy. HAMILTON
C..li.. I Kr I Lef Urd. For LJNDENBEBGBR: L. & H, GREENBERO & CO.abeT3O,1S41' .

ltd. !;. u I t Fe' 17, .U t Jk. IX b 1 BRCHE 19 & id I a rtlbrusrI 12, *.. M January B, 1845.'I

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