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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: April 1, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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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
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following!if one of.hh ttoriet. I gin THE FLORIDIAN noticed them barbarians, and the! IJ
Tie what it U worth premising, however,, ought to be conquered, and thil.t perhaps they t : i
fc&r from what 1 know of Bembo, and the might, at a future time, send their hordes into i t,
Daft fc4rdydire-devil feats sometime* perform. other nations u they did in former times. :1

IJiii{ the tperm whale fishery I believe in They are quite changed from what they werti t
be believed -- ----- -- ---- -- ---- -- ---------- ----- then. They are civilized they are attached I'
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i fg wild after fish. Indeed,, to the land, and all the force of the despotic ;
a one a FLORIDA APRIL VOL. HI-KO.
phew&mbo was Zealandert engaged in this busmen BY SIBLEY & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE, SATURDAY, 1, 1848. Empriorld not make them emtgratd .'-i

harmonize with _. in ancient times. Tbfri
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their.jg. blood-thirsty;, propensities. At sea the Sixty, sir.: How many head r cattle T Four; Some Account of the Whig Party.-A correspondent Ztft* Revenge, and Suicide.- the -1e- ; THE TRUE ELA N. are a great thing&t Russia that! i
1 belt English they speak ia the South Seabna't cows and two horses. Has the prisoner sheepor of the Boston Courier, who is de. 1780, a young London merchant, having Bishop Doane in a recent address delivered care one to think Europe. GIt <; .:'I:
slogan io lowering away, "A dead cattle t Neither. Do you not consider it sirous that old things should be put aside, and won the affections of a lovely girl, also nb- at Burlington College, uttered the follow their funerals, you find them Asiatic ; go : I
wtal or a stove boat I" Game to the marrow, a great hardship that he should be living on all commenced anew, thus sketches the hicto- tamed the consent of her father, to whom she ing admirabl sentiments : to their churches, they are the same ; go t<. 1 i
ifeM l fellows are generally selected as harnooners the industry of other honest folk ? I think it ry of the Whig Party during the last ten was an only child. The old gentleman had a 6 you have found a man you have their burying grounds, and you find them fuss ,.
a post in which a nervous, timid man is a great hardship. Do you know that the years : singular fancy that they should be married at not far to go to find a gentema. You can. ting; and leaving what rcmsins to propitiate
I of his element. In dart. belived to be "a pat. the same village church where his not make You the spirit. Marriages in Russia are curious. j:
Would be rather out prisoner, with his poor weak family, made Gen. Harrison was own hap a gold ring out ofbr.s. can. '
lug the harpooner, of course, stands erect several applications for relief? lie did so.- riot," and was elected in the well-known py union took place ; and being a suflerer not change a Cape May crystal, to a diamond. The priest meets the parties a' the door of the ::
it the bead of the boat one knee braced a"pinat And notwithstanding they were starving, was hard-cider campaign of 1840. It is a mistaketo from the gout, he placed the young lady under You cannot make a gentleman, till you have church. The relative also enter, bafing received ; : i
a support. But Bembo disdained this, he not refused T He was. Xow, look up,, suppose Mr. Clay could have been chosen the charge of her aunt ; and the happy lover first made a man. To be a gentleman, i the l benediction ot the priest. f hey i 1.to
and was always pulled up to his fish balanc. sir ; when you entered the prisoner's cabin as well. Gen. Harrison had had, previously,, taking his own vallet, set out on his journeyto will not be sufficient to have had a grandfa ; with him to the altar, where be puts wax : l
take that I he Westmoreland. Soon after their arrival ther. candles in their hands-a crown is placed ,
But
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lag himself on the gunwale. to mj did you not find the whole family devouring: a appointed care ,1'
the almost raw carcass of your sheep T I did, did not answer too many question, and dodg. at that place, a letter full of transport, was dispatched To be a gentleman, does not depend upon on his head. The priest put a ring on one ";;)
tttry.One morning, at daybreak, they brought indeed. Do you believe they were so hungry ed the subject of a National Bank altogether. to the father ; the wedding had first the tailor or the toilet. Bo will degenerate. of their finger, and it is passed round ti it is t
him up to a large bone whale. lie darted they could not wait to properly boil or broil He was, in fact, supported by many because taken place, the bride had been pronounced Good clothes are good habits. placed on the finger of the bride. n goe* 1
tit harpoon and missed, and the fish sounded. the meat ? I believe they were. You swore they believed }him to be opposed to such an liy the old vicar to he nearly as handsome asher The Prince Le Boo concludedthat the hog, round the ala followed by the friends, and ;

After a while the monster rose again about that the prisoner, who with bis family, you institution, (a well founded presumption, on mother ; and although the bridegroom in England the only gentleman, as being the couple- gives them bis benediction. ;i
a mile off; and they made after him. But he say were starving, applied for relief and was the ground: that Greek and Roman history, of wore no shoulder knots. open sleeves, or the only thing that did not labor. I takes place in the riches in Russia. T ; w
was frightened, or *' gallied," at they call it ;i refused ? I did. (Sensation in the court.- which the old gentleman was passionately pantaloons !I" he might still! compete v/iihthe I A gentleman is just agentle-man : no more same ceremonies are performed on a ;
and noon came and the boat was still chasinghim. Also, that you have 70 or 60 acres of land, 60 fond furnished examples for its establish. bridegroom of earlier times in appearance.: nor less ; a diamond polished, that was first riage in Ihe family of the Emperor, except .1 I
In whaling, as long as the fish is in sheep, 4 cows and 2 horses ? I did. Now, tnent) and was elected mainly because the After the ceremony, the happy couple took a a diamond in the rough. A gentleman is gen that the crown is held abnot placed on I
tight, and no matter what may have been previously McHale, I am sure you have, with the stock low pecuniary circumstances of the country walk in the vicar's garden ; and the valet tle. A gentleman is modest. A gentleman their heads. [The dotor gate an in'eresting : 'j!
undergone, there is no giving up, ex. mentioned a good haggard of wheat, barley, seemed to demand a change of some sort. aware that they would soon leave the placefor ,, is courteous. A gentleman is generous. A account of the nJarrlage of one of the ;
cept when night comes, and noiv.a days, when oats, hay, and probably some\ barrels of potatoes He died. Very soon, al an extra sessionof i their further destination, went into the refreshment gentleman is slow to take offence, &beingone royal family, ho had witnessed.] He said the !'
whales are .* hard to be got, frequently not with milk and butter ? I have no wheat,, Congress, Mr. Clay, who has a great deal room at the inn ; and knowing that that never gives it. A gentleman is slowto crown was held up by boys, and it was amusing .J
then. At last, Bembo's whale was long side : hut I have some stacks o' barley, oats, a cockof intrinsic knowledge', but who never yet had his master had drawn the charge from his pis. surmise evil, as being one that never thinksit. to see them stretching themselves to hold 1
for the second time. He darted both harpoons I hay, and potatoes, and, thank God milk experience, took the bits in his mouth, and tols the night befor, and that the state of the A gentleman goes armed, only in consciousness it up. The music was delightful. I have b
;, but, as happens to the best men, by and butter. Solicitor-So I guessed ; your went against the opinion of moderate and ju- roads required every precaution took this op. of right. A gentleman subjectshis frequently beard the choir of the Pop but it >
tome unaccountable chance, once more misted. appearance denotes that jou have such, while! dicious men all over the country, and in favor portunity of re-loading them. Upon their re. appetites. A gentleman refines his taste. is nothing when compared with have 1
Though it is well known that such fail. the prisoner shows the outlines of a starved of the re.establishment of a National Bank. turn from the stroll, the young couple went A gentleman subdue his feelings. A gentleman hear at that marriage. I never heard mu :

ores will happen at times, they nevertheless man. Look at him, every man in court, and It was not a great while after this that Mr. into this room, and the gentleman, seeing his controls his speech. A gentleman deemsevery so touching. Their dresses were beaufiful. i- ,_ a'
occasion the bitterest disappointment to the say if he does not exhibit what I say. And Webster declared that a National Bank was pistols laid where he had left them, the night other better than himself. Sir Phillip The bride had a train twelve feet long, "

boat's crew, generally expressed in curse. this is the man that even the Gregory clause an "obsolete idea." But for some good rea. before, and being; sure that he had unloaded Sidney was never so much a gentleman-mir made of rich Th.e and lined throughout witH 1
both loud and deep. And no wander. Let would not be extended to (Sensation.) Now, son or other, Mr. Webster, during all his long them, took up one of them and presented it at ror though he was, of England's. knighthoodas ermine, and it took five men to bear her train : s.
any man pull, with might and main, for hours McHale-and I call upon the court to take and eminent political career, has never his fair bride, saying, with the! most winning when upon the field Zutphan, a he lay and as she moved round the altar followed her. '!'
and hours together, under a burning sun, and down our answer-and mind, I have the thought it worth while to pit himself gaiast flattery, Now, maiden repent of all those in his own blood, he waved the draugh of It was attached (to her dress below the shoul-
flit do not make him a little peevish he is no book of the relieving officer here-by the Mr. Clay as a political ll"ader.-Ancl when cruelties you have been guilty of towards me, cold spring water, that was brought quenchhis der. There were many things about it tern : :-
sailor. The taunts of the seamen may have oaths you have here sworn, do you not get Mr. Clay said Bank, Mr. Webster said my sleepless nights, my days of anxious hope. mortal thirst in favor of a dying soldier.St. .- imposing. The Te Deum &sung most t f
maddened Mowree. However it was, no the outdoor relief Come, no hesitating- nothing. I will revenge myself! Fair tyrant you shall Paul, described a gentleman, when he exhorted beautifully. There are manytsery singular r
sooner was he brought up again than: harpoon answer the question. \\'itness-I do. (Murmurs Now came "a crisis" John Tyler-whom die with ally: .our instruments of torture about the Phillippian Christians, U Whatsoever things about their private life. When making l:"f
in hand, he bounded upon the whale's and sensation in the Court.) I a little pap, Gently administered! :would have you, and that enchanting smile, those killing things are honest, whatsoever things are a dinner, the hostess do not sit, but, like r
back and for one dizzy second was seen there. I Owing to the clever manner in which :Mr. I quieted-began to kick in bill cradle, and directly ringlets." just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever Abraham, serve their guests. The gentle ; 1.t
The next all was foam and fury, and both !. Bourke Jordon, the solicitor for the defence, had the whole whig party in an uproar. Pray, do not suffer me to linger," said the things are lovely, whatsoever things are of man go f tip to tie ladles and kiss their hands, : "
were out of sight. The men sheered off fling. conducted the case, the prisoner was not Mr. Clay's spanking did not still him. Find. confiding; girl, laughing merrily at his agreeable goo repr if there be any virtue, and if there and if they are intimate the lady kisses his :' t j
ing overboard the line as fast as they could, transported, but was sentenced to 12 months ing that he made himself important by squalliag i nonsense. .* Fire !" think on these things." And cheek. These are Asiatic customs, but there ti.
while ahead nothing was seen but a red whirlpool imprisonment-which punishment he is now he kept it up. The election followed, lie did so, and shot her dead Who can Dr. Isaac Barrow, in his admirable Sermonon is no doubt in a few years they will pass away ; j? ,
of blood and brine. Presently a dark undergoing in our county prison. and the whigs were compelled to stand onMr. I paint his horror ? After a pause\ he rang: the the calling of a gentleman, pointedly said, and European he introduced in their d
object swam out, the line began to straighten, :\ Clay's platform: ; no veto, Bank and all. I ball!-his servant entered, and his mnsterlock-: .he should labor and study to be a leader un. place.-Dr. Iiairds Lecture. i
then smoked around the loggerhead, and quick i Chinese Fable of the Creation.The Rationalists The consequence was, that the Congress of : mg the door, said in a singularly: marked: to virtue and a noble promoter thereof: directing Researches AinmrA. At the 'I:
as tho't the boat sped like an arrow through have penetrated furthest into the I 1842 was democratic all over. The demo. voice, and exciting men thereto' by his exempla. meeting of the a Royal Institute- of Architects'ordinary ;
M fast and the Daxlalian of this and in that more than William did load those ?" The conversation them 't a
the water. They were fairly mystery cosmogony theygo I cratic majority body was I you pistols ry ; encouraging by his at London on the 10th January, Mr. TIte introduced r
while running. Where was the Mowree 1] on to show what Pvvanku did, and how be two to one. Meantime, however, the sands unfortunate wretch, horrified at what he saw countenance and authority ; rewarding the ,
Mr. Layard who in remarks'on
His brown hand was on the gunwale, and did it. They picture him holding a chisel and of the compromise act of 1933 had run out. mt'cbanicallyans\\'ert"d, "Yes." His mister goones of meaner people by his bounty and his recent researches, slated some that the date a;,
,
he was hauled aboard in the very midst of the I mallet in his hands, splitting and fashioningvast The government had branched out largely in instantly shot him dead with the undischarg faor ; should be such a gentleman a the ruins discovered still iof i-
mad bubbles that burst under the bows.- masses of granite floating confusedly in Florida wars under Mr. Van Buren and had ed pistol. After this, in a state of insanity Noah, wl.o preached righteousness, by his but there could be no doubt was of their a mJster !
Each a man, or devil, if you will, was Bembo. space. Behind the openings his powerful got out of money and out of credit. No wonder we must hope, he wrote an exact account of words and works, before a profane world." antiquity. He would afford them T J' :
Melville' Adventures in the South Seas. hands has made, are seen the sun, the moon when we consider that the last year's the occurrence to the bereaved father, and one proof +
and stars, monuments of his stupendous labors ; revenue under the act of 1833, which bad concluded by telling him, that two hours ago Valuable Receipts for Diseases in Horses. of it ; the earliest buildings in Nineveh were xi
Thought for the Public-The world estimates and at his right hand, inseparable companionsof : then got to be a free trade tariff was less than he was made the happiest roan alive, but that BIG HEAD AND BIG JAW.-Take one gal- hurried, and the earth which had accumulaed .;.
by their success in life ; and, by gener. his toils, but whose generation is left in ob thirteen millions. In the session of 1841-2! now, as the object of his love lay dead at his Ion of Hickor Ashes, one pint ofSpts. ofTur- over them had been used at a burial placer :1
by a nation who lived 700 before Christ.Probably .
al content, success is evidence of superior. scurity, stand the dragon, the phoenix, and the the tariff question was broached for almost feet, he should finish his wedding day and his ounces of Camphor ; boil al to. the dated years from t. {:-
Ity. tortoise, and sometimes the unicorn, divine the first time in nine years. The protective life by falling on his sword, if his heart did not getber to a thin rrush ; fill a horn the Christ.buildings 1200yeartbefore t
Never under any circumstances, assume a types and progenitors with himsely of the animal > tariff of 1842 had to be taken, and was passed break before be could complete his intention.: mush boiling hot ; apply the horn with a thin dabs marble! covered The rooms with were bas-reliefs lined such1 with ,1r
,
responsibility you can avoid consistently with creation. His efforts were continued by the aid of democratic votes, because of the This sad epistle being finished, he put an endto cloth over the end, to the diseased part of the those ';
now in the British Museum which
your duty to yourself and others. eighteen thousand years, and by small degreeshe wants of government. The same reason, we his life. The body of poor William, whose lead or jaw.. Apply the horn four times, up. a '
were double dovetails of i-i ,
joined
Base all your actions upon a principle of and his work increased ; the heavens rose, believe, will constrain the revision of the fatal carefulness] had led to so sad a catastrophe on each time filling the horn with the boiling- together by ; f.
right; preserve your integrity of character, the earth spread out and thickened, and Pwanku tariff of 1846. was interred in the village churchyard, mush. ron. The doorways were flanked by wing j l-
aid, ia doing this, never reckon the cost. grew in stature, each of them six feet every John Tyler's administration stumbled on. and the cones of the lovers, attended by the SWI Et.-With a pair of blacksmith's ed figafes of greater height than the slab ; ;
Remember that self interest is more likelyto day, till, bis labors dane, he died for the benefit It lugged in the Texas question into the national bewildered auntwere brought to London, tongs draw up the skin on the shoulder, on all these figures was the mark of bo a II
rna if thrown them and
allowed Is
wrap your judgment than all other circumstances of his handyw.ork. His head became politics, and set the whole: country by and privately laid in one grave, in the parish red.hot spear through it, then rub it for ten j/..u. Tuc against wsiw w 01 son-dried brick*, It ]
combined ; therefore, look well to mountains, his breath "wind and clouds, and the ears. Tho whigs fought the battle of where the nw wretched father had once lived jays morning and evening with 6pi Tur ,and where these showed r above-the sculptur-! \ t '
duty when your interest is concerned. hit voice thunder his limbs were changedinto 1844 the tariff of 1842, and against and and man .
your ; going for a happy a prosperous pntine.OTS. ed slabs, op to the ceillicrg, they were coverd %|
Never make money at the expense of your the four1 poles, his yarns into rivers, his'' the annexation of Texas. All other issues .Take a half a pint of green Persimmons : with plaster and painted. The beams; '
reputation.Be sinews into the undulations of the earths surface I were studiously crowded out of the canvass. The Potentates and the Peasant.When or the inside hark of the tree, mix it where they found to be of c -
neither lavish nor niggardly : of the two and his flesh into fields ; his beard, like 'I Mr. Clay was believed by the abolitionists the allied army was in possession of Paris, it with one quart of water, and drench the honewilh mulberry. remained'Ire Lave been .

avoid the latter. A mean man is universally Berenice's hair, was turned into stars his skin be fishy" on the Texas question ; lost New was no unusual thing for the Emperors of it.BI. reserved so long puzzled many. In truth Z fl '
despised : but publick favor is a stepping stoneto and hair into herbs and trees : and his teeth, York, and was defeated. The old internal Russia! and Austria and the King of Prussiato SHOULDER.-Take three pounds of however, the bricks being simply dried in the : f t.
preferment, therefore generous feelings bones, and marrow, into metals, rocks, and improvement question, which made some stir walk out inrog. In one of these rambles corn bread, split them in half wet each bal sun, in falling had returned lo eartb"and thus "
should be cultivated. precious stones ; his dropping sweat increasedto in ten. Jackson's time, has since come up they were accosted by a countryman of rather with Spts. Turpentine, apply them to had buried the tablets and them.Fhe .- !
Say but little-think much-and do more. rain, and lastly (nascitur ridiculus mu') the under the old doctrine of the National Republican superior: address, who asked them to point the points ofthe shoulders, until you have used he said, were protected provided with & .
Let your expense be such as to leave a insects which stuck to his body were transformed I I and has been affirmed by a Congress largely I out the way to the Tuilleries, to which the rev hem ali-then with a pair of smith's tong, building: of setrerage. Each room .: ,1't
balance in your pocket. Ready money is a into people !"-n lliams'' China.I democratic. To be sure, the President vetoed ply was: that they were :going that way, and raise the skin on the shoulder and run it through had a lIyste-J with a main sewer.- ,
friend in need. Keep clear of the !law ; for, the bill. No matter. It was only Mr. Pork! would he glad of his company. The familiar with a red hot spear, then rub it for ten days VIr. Layard then proceeded to say, that irt t
when you gain your case you are generally a am Too Busy.-A merchant sat at his after all, and he always went againt internal I' tone of conversation of the Emperor Alexan with Spts. Turpentine, evening and mornS the midst of the ruins he bad discovered: a .r c

loser of money. office desk ; various l letters were spread before improvements, having taken his last lesson der soon brought the stranger to converse, wall chamber formed bricks regularly are ;1;
Avoid borrowing and lending. him ;-his whole being was absorbed in from the Maysville Road veto of Old Hickory. who after some' time, asked to whom he had SPAVIX, SUN, AND RIcBor.-Cut the : The over by him were, : ;
I Wine drinking and segar smoking, are bad the intricacies of his business.A !. Texas is annexed. And thus the whigs arc the pleasure of talking.: The answer was, born to fit the swelled parts, and steam it a in cases 1as-re1ef'lIt"nt, ( positions showing that .i
habits. They impair the mind and pocket. zealous: friend of mankind. entered the left with every old party issue fairly out from "I am the Emperor of Russ;a." This seemed in big bead.AFFICED. they many had been taken from other buildings and .: r ":
I and lead to a west of time. office. under them, excepting only the principle of to stagger his belief. He asked another EVES.-Through the centre of re-used. The sculptured face for Ii
I Never relate your misfortunes, and never 'I want to interest you a little in a new effort protection. A running fire is kept up on the ," And pray who are lOU sir ?'' "I am the the ear run a leather string, turn the string example, was turned to the wall and the back. :1' 5 :
grieve over what you cannot prevent. for the temperance cause,' said the good sub-treasury, to be sure. But with some Emperor Austria.." And you sir ?" "f once r a day, then take one pound of Tobacco, Builder ;'
modifications this must stand. Who will advocate I am the King of Prussia." This seeming the boil it to a strong ambier, bathe the eye eve re.worked.-Te

Grace Some Church of the have non-pacing sloped, because pew holders the min.of man.The merchant cut him offhy replying, a new United States Bank ? Who advocate I I climax of absurdity, he burst t into a loud laugh, ning and morning until well. Political Curiosity...-Gen. Taylor's letter' !?j ,

the line Oh to bowgreat 'Sir, you must excuse me, but really I'm another string of pet banks ? Nobody. ; and was going away, when the Emperor of STIFF COHPLAIJTTS" ; GI.ANDEHS, &c.-Take to Mr. Ingersoll is a medley of words inaptly. ; I ,
later gave debtor out!I' grace too busy to attend to that subject now.' I What follows ? The suh-treasury, with modi I Russia begged to know who he was. Oh," three gallons of sack! -water, one lb. of bur. strung together, and proves conclusively that ,. S J
a But, sir, intemperance is on the increase fications, will remain in operation. But the I said he, I am the Emperor of China !" and dock-root two pounds of elder-Bark-boil his former productions wee Written by a different .1 .
Why arc children at school like gummedmotto among us,' said his friend. war? This a new issue. It came with then walked quickly away, evidently under the them wel together, to one gallon, keeping the hand, or that this 5 n : forgery. We ;b 3 '
wafers Because jou must lick their Is it ?-I 'm sorry ; but I'm too busy at Texas. It is a part of" the entertainment to impression that be was not to be outdone. pot with spice-wood brush, during the hope every voter in the land will give it a careful : :
backs to make them stick to their letters. present to do anything: which we were invited" at the time of annex operation of boiling-drench the horse wilh ( perusal, and observe the numerous contra 1 t

The Philadelphia Galaxy says that a facto. II. When shall I again call, sir ?' ation. If we have peace, which now seems Two charming women were discussing one ,, one pint every morning, until well. If in dictions and blunder it contains. Here i is I i
fy proprietor posted up the following on the 'I cannot tell. I 'm cry busy. I'm busy probable, there need be no more battles either day what it is which constitutes beauty in the Glanders, great inflammation takes place up. specimen : 1 t i
outside : every day. Excuse me, sir. I wish you a I in Mexico or on this subject. If not, we are !I hand. They differed in opinion a much ain on the glands, steam the part lightly, a in big "I greatly doubt my want of the neCl"ss.
I will admit: no cigars, nor good.looking men good morning.' Then bowing the intruder out in the war and must get out. We have be. the shape of the beautiful member whose bead. qualifications to discharge the duties .:
within these walls. One sets a flame going of the office, he resumed the study of his pa. fore indicated our humble opinion as to the merits they were discussing. A gentlemanfriend POLL EVIL, FISTULA.-Take one quart of r erly of an office which was filled and adorned* ., :

among my cotton, the other among my gals. manner of doing so, and need not repeat this presented himself and by common con. Whiskey, half pint Spts. of Turpentine, one by a Washington and a Jefferson, and oth t .
pers.The merchant had frequently repulsed the opinion.And sent,the question was referred to him. It was ounce of Camphor ; put all in a bottle, each I iK,
Alexander Duaua.-The Boston Atlas has friends of humanity in this manner. No mat. now we may begin to see the force of a delicate matter. HP thought of Paris and evening pour slowly on the swelled par four ers.We can infer the General's meaning. He J t
a sketch of this famous novelist from the pen ter what their object, he was always too busyto the question, "Why is it that none but 'an the three goddesses Glancing from one to table spoonsful, until the swelling disappears. : intend to say that be doubts hit ;,
of Mr. Poore. He says : listen to their claims. Ho had even told old-fashioned Whig,' a 'nothing but a Whig,' the other of the beautiful white hands presen If the place be broke, take one half pound of of the qualifications for the ptsrr '
Dumas is a mulatto, with thick lips, a friz. his minister that he was too busy for anything an 'out-and-out Whig,' 'Henry Clay Whig;' ted to him, which, by the way ho bad the cnn lead, melt i in a ladle, while in a melted bit pen modestly tells the world that be doubt! t 11.
tied woolly head, and all the peculiarities of but to make raftuey. why is it that none but such a man shall be ning to hold for some time in his own, for purposes state, add a sufficiency ofsulpher to keep the hit U of them.-Fredericksburg server.der. .
the negro race. "There is only one country But one morning a disagreable stranger considered entitled to the vote of the Phila. of examination, he replied at last, "I lead from uniting, and all will become a powder n ?
I wish to see," said Dumas last spring, as we stepped very softly by his side, laying a cold, delphia convention, and the support of the give it up-the question is too har for me : -sprinkle the powder on the place oncea ::1 I
were taking a cup of coffee together one day moist hand upon his brow, and saying, Go great body of Whigs throughout the country?" but ask the poor, and they will you that day, until wel.DUTxPER.Take Manufacture of Glass.-A mountain of {I
00 the Boulevard. "And what country is 'home with me !' Must we apply to the candidate of that convention the most beautiful hand in the world is the half : pound of the tilex ha been discovered in Harrie. Sum.
that asked. America." Come over The merchant laid down his pen ; his head the whole batch of party tests which hand that gives." herb Life.everlasting, boil it to a strong ooze, ner county, Tennessee, ? i pronounced* +ne
then ; it is but a fortnight's journey." The grew dizzy ; his stomach felt faint and sick ; have risen and sunk again during the last fif. and a sufficiency of hog's lard to form an oint. by the State' geologists to be finest in the 1;1
distance is nothing, hut the idea that I might he left the counting.room, went home and re. teen years ? Why shall we burrow amid the All fruit trees arc much benefited by the ment. Anoint the swelled parts once a day Union. A bill is before the House for the ,
be intuited on account of my complexion, is a tired to his bed-chamber. rubbish of the past, out of which all the valuable phosphate of lime, (i. e. bone dust.) but the until well. incorporation of a company for the manufac f
sufficient barrier to keep me away. Why, sir, I His unwelcome visitor bad followed him, ore has been sifted, when we have new pear Where bone dust cannot be tore of glass, and Tennessee bids fair to out. ;
I was on my..y to St. Germain one day in I and now took his place by the bed.side.whis. mines opened all around us, which demandour had t"spcialy. may be dug in about A Philosopher. poor jolly weaver, in_ rival any of her sister States ia the manufacture ;
the cars, and though my knowledge of En. pering ever and anon 6 You must go with labors 1A the roots and allowed to de'omp e gradual. this city, not many years age, had a fortune of glass. "-: }
glish is imperfect, I distinctly under'tood a la. me !' I Iv. Four-fifths of al the the kitch. left him by a distant and relative, who .
to that in the United Statas I would be merchant's heart Settler.-During the able speech of Mr. th If these wealthy Gen. Taylor's Politics.-The Louisville >: J
dy say A cold chill settled on (the e'n are thrown away in e country. Went off the handle" England, rather { 's
expelled from the cars." dim spectres of ships, notes, houses and lands McLan-, of Maryland, on the war, Mr. Bolts saved and put at the bottom of the holes, when unexpectedly. When the news came to the Democrat is rellpnibe; for !the following in t
asked Mr. Kaufman, of Texas, whether the to politics :
flitted before his excited mind. Still his pulse trees, they would famish a most fellow he his regard
fat clack
at .
planting pear te
THE FARMER AND THE PEASANT.We boundary of Texas, as described by her act of poor I cicl.e "A gentleman who came the river .
up
yeslerday
I beat slower, his heart heaved heavily, thick enduring supply of phosphate to the roots.Horticulturist. .- loom, be stopped : I
give UM following case from the Mayo Congress of 1836, included Santa Fe : .i and who is good Whig had a conversation "
films his his refused Well the t E
gathered over tongue I I must
spend
Telegraph, u illustrative of the most grievous Then the eyes merchant knew "Mr. Kaufman replied that it did ; that it suppose money with Gen. Taybr, at his own home. ;t
to
At the speak. included all the territory east of the Rio Gran. straight. said it made difference whether .
jobbing or mismanagement. quarter Taylor no
that the name of his visitor was DEATH Go Back.-This is contrary to our usual The fortune, tome twenty odd thousand r
Garan accused of steal. de from its mouth to its source and that the Democrat elected Presidentthat
basins Although was ; or a Whig was ,
. All other claimants on his attention exceptthe advice know we bate a different realized nnd doly spent.-
M'Hale. The Crown of the United States which passed we ; bt dolarsu duly Bank out of the "
: tag a sheep from Pat Congress a was question;
friends of Mammon, had always found a character to deal You have ahead did the poor weaver trav. Nationa f
annexation resolutions, approved March gone brifyers little difference the
Solicitor examined the the and
I thus prosecutor : quick dismissal in the magic phrase, 'I 'm too too fast in the wrong track, and now our sol. el, make merry, riot upon .1 the luxuries wax on Tarif'
that Texas included San.
Solicitor to witness- Hale, you are an busy.' Humanity, Mercy, Religion, had alike 1, 1845, understood formed emn and earnest advice is for you to go back of the land. But two years the job, and He said emphatically that he would" no' };
that the States
boDed and a respectable man ; you are more begged biB influence, means and attention in ta Fe ; for it provided !' and take fresh start. Go back to the period he returned to his loom as poor a pledge! to carry out Whig measures. l
Texas north de. I a churc.moue
than that, you are an industrious and a thrir. vain. But when Death the out of the territory of o/3CJ vicious cricket and .
came, excuse was when you first indulged n thought, bu merry .a Census 6f State
fa should be free Stales while Santa Fe of TUa.The Secretary t
; man, which your appearance denotes.You .- powerless, he was compelled to have leisureto grees ; spoke an indecent and uttered a profaneoath. way again for hit daily bread, perfectly stis. the ,
north latitude. Mr. bas to Legislature
wor following
lost a sheep t Witness-I did, sir. You die. is south of 36! degrees Retrace and Mack pathway fied with the time" he had bad while rrportP th
toad that sheep with the prisoner at the bar? Let us beware how we make ourselves too K. further said, that the republic of Texas, Of eri; -bard and nncomfortabe as it may his fortune go. His friends called him census Texas : 'i
Total white
c did, Itr. He it a. very poor man, is be not Iy busy to secure life's great end. When the previous to annexation, had established post now appear-and a step will do hon green,but ki laughed at their gibes,and worked Electors population" 100,508
U Bexar to Laredo the east bankof 20,748
from on
all that indeed, sir. Up to the finding and about to routes character. the harder. In twelvemonth's time off
excuse rises to our lips, we are or to your heart and a Saves'!
Grande and from Christ! to 36,033
lour shoe with him the Rio Corpus
he consider.
P was not to do let another rich relative and the
we are too busy good, us remem popped news, '
I ed very honest roan* That wu his gene.nl say ber we cannot be too busy to die. Point Isabel, and that every portion of the territory There are now in the service of the Amer. post haste, tame to the jolly weaver, that he Free negroes',1 229
1 mouthto
' : character. McHale, you are an honest cast of the Rio Grande, from its ican Home Missionary Society 672 ministers, was again the of a handsome fortune.
wits ets;'now tell' how makes a man who it gene its source, and north to the 42d degree of scat possessor Total population, 155a"rm
me many acres you Nothing young who are preaching to 1,470 churches Stopping hui loom, and looking on .
eve got! Between tillage, pasture and motinI rally impervious to blushes, to ashamed of north latitude, teas included by different acts; tered through 26 different States and TerriUries. the letter, be despondingly said arcn\uly. glad this coffee don't owe me anything.
tu believe between 70 and SOacres. HowD1 himself; at to be caught at Doctors' Commons, of the Congress of the- republic of Texas, They are sustained at an annual er. Good heavens is i possible thai I must said a financier at breakfast. Why t"gram. '
: tins ku the prisoner 1 Abort a rood. looking over the will of the father of the young previous to annexation, within the limits of: pense of 8120,000 to the Society or1 at an go through elA again !"-Boston Saiur." bled bit wife. Cause I doa't UI. '.f. it ;

I I ) know whine Gregory claute meant? lady he is courting from. feeling of the purest II III tome organized'' or established ccmitry of tendreptMic average expense of$15 each. lay would ever settle.'* g,
flow air.
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[ i;' 'fcKI' z-oe* lA, Charltttvn Merevry Ezlr ;city. A provisional Government has beea I serration, (for 1 col bo be in tw places a be either t republicanism or the recall of the with the following incription :-" Vice le Republican F. O.

I 1 ;j &&,p ARRIVAL OF TilE STEAM-SHIP CAMBRIA. appointed, of which Admiral Ruggero Selti. once, and the crwd was so dense aa to limit Bonapa'rte family.But F.I. LATE AND IMPpHTAjSraoMlliSco.
: '(. THE FO&ZIGNJ. : EWS. mo, one of the,most esteemed inhabitants, is I I the view) an attack had been made open 'the I do allow myself to believe that
.\J.' t.!, ".01" : By the arrival of the Southerner, at an I I the head. The people have conducted them., Chambr of Deputies by Ben"rl thousands of the Kin* hat no lef France ; for although theNationAl BRIEF MEMOIR OF THE QUITMAN FAMILY. Since our 8t o HO.
: : selves and will now be content t who scaled the O( and erentmlly the ofthe Gen.Jno.| A. Quitman's. father, and grandfather lal the
...i)i I ,t : car/) hour this morning, we were placed in admirably no populace, walls ring troops Massachusetts and the
:X;,;;.' possession of our files of New York papers up I without an independent parliament of theirown. of the garden, and to the number an thre line, refused to act against the people, I were Prussians by birth and educa- Grafton, hue arrived (ship Daae--r
i ;i3.*- t' ,.:: fo Saturday afternoon and through the libe.n The King, by bis concessions at Na. four hundred gained the interior and filled th am certain (Chat they would defend the persons lion. His grandfather was an officer in thePrussian 'Jailer and r Ver Cr%itk
I t ::. 3: 4 \ courtesy of the New York Comme l, pies had succeeded in effecting what I anti. galleries. oftbe King and the Royal Family to the last service, and his son-Ihe father of ten brings important the latest int.Uga. The D

t u r--t';:; : ; Liverpool! and London papers of the latest cipated, namely, a diversion of sympathy between The trop on their arrh'alt cleared the extremity The King's. personal safety would the present Gen. Quitman-was also made to the 12th inst. from ai
: .. the ; and Sicilians, after the not hare been in aa officer in the Prussian service when Vent
t ; 'I\.J dates received by the Cambria. We are thus, Neopolilans graduatytok up the positions compromised by remaining very A.
I f'f, : : pot in po** uon! of the drtails of the impor former had obtained by the bra very of the lat. above named. hours, the troops France, wbilo the existence of bit dynasty young. Not relishing a military life, be resigned one advices we were the le to anticipate bvoorrW,
f I I .: tant intelligence from Europe not only in ad. ter all that they could desire. The Neapolitans charged at intervals upon tho multitudeoad would be perilled by a contrary course. I his office, and entered the Universityof negotiations 0 the Meileal
f : ':;; ranee- of the mail, but the Telegraph. now think the Sicilians are asking too m occasionally used their sabres, the people all have no doubt that his abdication and the appointment Leyden to acquire lterr fame. He was commiuoner, with those appoiated by GtT
; ; much. Ytve la .4 Fire of wouldat an accomplished graduated with terminated in an armiieev
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:; The papers art principally:: devoted to the r timeshouting" Reforme a provisional government Gen. Worth
t t I '. ".., events prccwlinj and accompanying the Rev There has been an emeuIe at Vienna, but of la Lig" and occasionally a baa Guizot." least put an end to actual hostilities. the first honors o his cal. As he was educated Butler in the and Gen.Smnitb represented Gtsv
"i i vL' .. rdution in France, which we are compelled to course it "'I trden down. At Mi. of the Minister of Foreign Affairs M. Guizot showed great dignity and firmness for the pulpit, W&sent to the island deal negotiation W. bear a not
: ,, defer until the issue of our regular edition.At .- Ian, 117 horses of the Imperial Artillery had I had also suffered an attack just before the ar. on the occasion of his resignation and Curocoa, in the West Indies, and there set- of the dissatisfaction expressed with the
: the latest advices, Paris was in complete i been secretly poisoned. In the present state I rival of the troops, and windows had deserves more sympathy than the King, for it tied as I German Reformed clergyman, to time convention dssctns entered into, bat h t
anna to
.t t '; .'- possession of the people, the King, Louii PhiL of Europe these symptom. aro worth noticing.In been broken, but no damage done.- is notorious that the King and not the Minister. superintend .that denomination in the island. i Our them here.
1 ;.1;. Ippe laving;; retired to En, and a provisional I Baril, Lola! Montez, who first made During the day portions of the pavement in urged all the extreme measures which have He had a military air {about him-tall-say the readers may recollect that Gen. Lang
of
; y Government had b?en installed. The foUot \\'. uso of her influence over the ol King in favor front of this Hotel and in several other streets produced the recent thunder stor.ni. Had the 6 feet 3 or in height-well proper lef city Mexico e the 17th Feboarr
: log was its latest builetiui : of liberalism and against Jesuits, ap. were torn up by .the mob to retard the move King continued to reign, Guizot would have tion, and very erect ; he resembled a gener. some secret expedition, with tlle
i t I-7 i ; : : ; l'umH', Feb. 25: 9 p. m. pear to have: gone over to the latter party)who ments of the cavalry, and omnibusses and. been in great danger ; but the King by abdi- al more than a priest. In Curocoa he mar. huacan mand which and accompanied apili T.
r t I : In the name of the Sneer e ign People. hadlearned the necessity of conciliating her. carts were seized and overturned to form bar eating has in a manner assumed the responsibility ried an accomplished lady half Spanish and Oriub He rture to MxJ.
: ... .' : Citizens : The provisional government has Th. result bare been a popular insurrection, ricades. At about five o'clock, the lung ex- of the obnoxious measures and removed halfeither Dutch or Englshsle; spoke the co and on the ins., afer eacftr
1 t ': : j just been installed ; it is composH by thn which ended in her house being pulled down, pected drum heAt-summoning the National it from the shoulders of the Minister. Spanish, French, English Ian. The dispered the coman of lar..
t ; y, will of the people, of the citizens Frederick and in her being arrested and sent off by the Guard was heard ::in the street I have not len myself tim. to write my usual gages so fluently, it was difficult to decide .I American give the
.j) .. :. w Arago, Louis Blanc, Marie, Lamartine, Fo.: command of the Minister, in a post chaise to The delay in calling them out had been at. English letter, although matters of much im. she belonged. While settled in 'the Gen.affair : t
c : con, Ledru Rollin, Recur, Marast, Albert-tovatrb .Switzerland.. The doting King perilled both I tributed to an apprehension on the part oflhe porlancs have been in pro res .here. I have Curocoa they had three children born, and L' Expediticn.-. La '.
command
: \ over the measures which will be taken hi. life and crown to save her, and she now Government, that they wou'd refuse to act much doubt whether Ministers wj pass their afterwards, in the United States four more. to the city' ,yesterday,b,.,'
., p h';. '. '. by the Government, the will of the people has a.trl that he will abdicate and follow her.' against the people. I cxnnot help thinking buJget, encumbered as it i is, ( as I prophesied The reverend cergmanUS of rather a ing made a successful expedition aiD t tU
4 chosen for delegates in the department of the It Switzerland all remains quit. Russia., that the delay to call them out produced f had I it would be) with an increase of tho income I corpulent habit, wam of the geri.rus. In this excursion he I.shy*
,'. ''. poTret the citizens ConsiJiere and Sobrier. however, has in'imated to the Diet that she i effect by originating this suspicion, and by ra to five per cent without making any i West ladies not agreeing with him, he determined of the name we hinMarian. -..
I .: The s\me sovereign will has designated the" considers the Jut events in that country to be 5 giving them time to be influenced by tho pop. distinction between property and income. to remove to the United States. He
a violation of cantonal! and arrived in the city of New.York about The second day oat the command
I s citizens El. Arago to the Direction General I sovereignty that I ular excitement. POSTSCRIPT. the
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.. of the Post-office. consequently she does not feel bound defend I The Chamber of Deputies met, but only in LONDoN, 26th February, 1819, > year 1794. He cane with high testimonialsfor by the trail they intended to take p
.( As first execution of tho orders giyen by t toe the neutrality of the country against I measures small numbers. They resumed th discussion Saturday Night. S talents and character, and was immediate miles, and stopped at a hacienda aa if with
p .' provisional Government it is advised that the which .any of the neighboring states I on the Bordeaux Bink [Bill. ;o'clock The Acadia" arrived yesterday at Liverpool ly settled in a vacant congregation in Schoh- the tiew passing the night there ; but I
1 a bakers, or furnishers ofpro\isions of Paris, might think proper to adopt in its own inter. OJillon Barret entered the Hall, accompanied ; and news has this afternoon reached arie county, in this State. Such was his eel- sooner bad dark set in than they saddled
.. keep their shops open to all who may have est.'' This is a step in conformity with the I by several ofhis immediate supporters. When London that the Cambria, which would have ebrity a a preacher and a scholar that he mounted their bores and retracted their ep u
a occasion fur them. policy of Austria, France, and Prussia. the discussion upon the Balk matter: tennina. sailed for New York this day, has been detained was offered the Presidency of the Hart wick on the main road to the tri in whi"
: It is expressly recommended to the people ted, M. Barrel ascended the tribune and deposited until lo-morrow ; thus giving time fora : Col ledge which he decline on account of ill gle, file, they made a muh I*.
.t ', not to quit' their arms their positions, or their: Correspondence of t\e .V.: r: Cour. S- Enqr. on the table' a formal proposition for the few additional item of French nexvs. health. He was then wanted to come toRbinebeck ture of the country would permit.About dst:

." I revolutionary atlitudc. They hate often been I REVOLUTION IN I'R. ::CE impeachment of Ministers. Thf House adjourned I now appears that events in Paris have Dutchess county, and take charge tonia light they reached the mountain of Sal A.

,' J"t :. d'ceited by treason: ; it is important that they' HOTEL MECRICK, P'RJ ) without discussing it, the President surpassed expectation and even conjecture.- of two Lutheran congregation, which he ac. Escapulalco. The track over and a.
., ,,,. shou'd'! Dot give opportunities to attacks as 23d Feb., 1949.- $ hating: announced that it would be brought Not content with overthrowing the cepted. He removed to it in 1796, and continued round this mountain seemed too difficult to trs-
., 'a. : criminal as they are terrible.: A confident expectation that the limo fixed I forward on Thupidiy. not satisfied with deposing the King, Ministry there till his death, greatly' esteemedand verse on foot, but the leader .foUo1
pop.
; : The following order has just been issued : for the much talked of Reform Banquet, Through the night the troops bivouacked on ulace have determined to destroy the Monarchical respected. The reverend clergyman was and it was accomplished .
,. '. In the name of the French people, would bo distinguished by events of an im. tho Boulevard, in the markets: and other public system and establish a Republic. born in the Dutchy of Cleves, Westphalia, ed, and the fatigues of the journey rested s5
It is interdicted to the members of the cx. porlant nature, induced me to make a hasty place, and ibis morning the excitement The Parisian mob and their ultra.liberal in Prussia, in 1760 : he died in Rhinebeck by a gO night's ..Ieep.t'eelngprectscur.

1. : Chamber of Peers to meet. journey to this place! that I might, in the character again began to shew itself. among the people, friends are intoxicated with success, and know in 1832, aged 72 years. His wife died in I that his mOJm'l
f Paris, 24th February. of an eye-witness, record for the infor. although at \\iihuutgivinganyrrrystrong not what they wish. At one o'clock on Tuesday 1805 They left seven children-three born Generl did no lr a
.. :. DCPONT (del 'Eure) AD CRCMIEIX, mation of your readers such e\'ent as should I I indications of what i\erw soon to be its results. there was certainly some popular! excite. in Curocoa. one in Schoharie.' and three in I ill late next morning, and after journey
'., !.AMRTIE, l\IARIC.\ actuillr occur. I But towards the middle ot to-day matters have ment in Paris, but nothing seriously lo alarm Rhinebeck, viz i : four sons and three daugh. three leagues again halted a the hacen t
1 ,. LCDKU. ROLl, ABIGO. My expectations that these events would be "I changed greatly. Collisions between the the Monarch who had reigned for seventeen ters. San Cristoral, represnted.biug m o

The people crowd the streets and are pre.. important, has been more than realized, for I troops and the people and between the Muni years, and whose troops, to the number of Gen. John A. Quitman (third son) was I beautiful scene the cuntr. Did
; paring to go and, kUack the Castle! of Vincennff. .. now write in the mnidstofanACTUAL REVOLUTION II cipal Guard and the people have been free 100,000 surrounded his Palace and guardedhis born in Rhinebeck, in the year 1797. He: place reached was El luhorit.
I : and not without some little doubt quent and severe. Capital. At one o'clock on Thursday was prepared for College by his worthy father .. of which came out, and with a e .-

: '.. Prince Louis Napoleon Bonaparte set out L whether I shall at present be able to transmitto The populace were thoroughly aroued. Louis Philippe. no longer King, was glad to and at the age of about 16 entered Hart. flag in hand, tendtre the commandth. t
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.. for Paris from London on Saturday morning; )'Ol the result of my observation. wa rutnored. thit the National Guard RCCIIIO his personal safety by a hurried exit wick Colledgo, far advanced in the classics,. pitalities of place. A few moments
[Ex-Chamber: of Peers is rather sigmficant. : When I left London, (on the :v'Oih inst.,) it taking part with the people-and this has pro. from one extremity of the Tuilleries, while He graduated in his first year, and was great. sed, and again in the saddle and off for p B ]
.] was fully believed there that; the Government, ved to be the case. Between eleven and an infuriated mob were entering at the other. ly distinguished as a scholar. Having resolved Nicholas, where every thing needed ,
Paris this morning is perfectly quiet but the ater much wavering had determined to allow twelve o'cock.lhe National Guards of the Second Thus the very climax of the revolution was to be the architect of his own fortune speedily provided. At 7 o'clock that igk
bops are closed, and the streets barricaded as; Banquet to lake place on Tuesday, merely Legion in the Rue Lepelletier, attained in three dajs, another trois he immediately started for the far West to seek they again started, and after traveling ibarteia a
jours ;
F before. sending an officer of Police to record a formal and legati shouting fur refwrm. Soon afterwards tho Revolution of 1931 repeated, to the his fortune. He went to the State of Ohio, consecutive hours reached Tulanciage. O ,
The following interesting summary of what t protest against the legality of the assemblage, they proceeded, \vith ,their sabreurs at time accomplishment, but with more&of the and entered the office of Col. Brush brother: readers were apprized by a letter flies I
h4* occurred in other parts of Europe, we copy and thus raising a question *o be subsequently their head, to the Tuilleries, to declare their character 1789 and 1792. of Gen. John Brush, of Poughkeepsie, a a command, published in the Star, that Pars. I
"' from the correspondence of the New York adjudicated. But on my arrival here on Monday sentiments, and then returned to their original After Louis abdication on Thurs. law student, and remained with him about L des had escaped from his house in th tow, C
Philippe's
Commercial Advertiser : evening, I learned, to my surprise, that position. At this time a detachment of cavalry day, the of Orleans and her infantson two years. Finding the State of Ohio well I by a back way, a few moments ft w I
LoNDoN, Feb. 23, 1848. the Government, influenced by some strange came into the street for the purpose of repaired to tho Chamber of Deputies to suppled with lawyers he determined to go further snrrounded. The wife of General Psredts t
With regard to commercial affairs there has infatuation, bad reconsidered and again chan clearing it. Tho guards closed their ranks claim protection. This was promised, but nothing west. He was invited to come to Nat. was very hospitable to General and hi staff. a
leen no change, and the price of the funds has ged their determination. The popular excite. and stood firm. more. The Chamber refused to chez in Mississippi, which be accepted and It "'a early in the morning tier I
.4 been regulated for the last few days solely by melt was evidently great and increasing.: The officer in command of the Guards step nize the rights of the Comte de recog.or the entered the law office of a Col. Griffith-a reached Tulancingo, and they remained ail 1:
: the political events ; by the former packet The opposition Deputies, who were to have ped forward and spoke to the commandant of Constitution of the Regency. Par more mod- lawyer eminence and very extensive law: day. Started the next morning for t"' t

: they were 69 ; since then they hue been 90 I attended the Banquet the next morning, had cavalry, who after exchanging a few words erate members and those disposed to support. practice. He was indefatigable in his studies enda efGuadaJup which the reached in th p
ond they are now down B7|. met and relolye that for the sake of peace, with him, and learning that the Guards were the regency withdrew, beaded by the President -was shortly after licenced a a lawyer, whence they sallied
Bullion still flows into the Bank, but money the be abandoned, and the determined to defend the people, wheeled his (Pl. Sauzet) who declared the sitting at and become the partner of Col. Griffith in the at 12 o'clock, M., for Sequahaplan, and reach '1.It
b. beta a little more in demand. The rate, people entreated to submit ; the Deputies a dragoons to the right about, and resumed his an end. many of the mob bad penetra.ted practice of the law-a very lucrative businessat ed it at sun-rise. Before arrrac.lownu.
however, continues not higher than 3 per cent. the same time resolving to impeach the Min. march. Similar scenes have occurred in to the Chamber, and encouraged by them that perio. His partner was in very fee. they were informed that 300 were
The only additional failures either on the i istry in the chambers, and that if their motion other parts of the city. At the Place des Pe. the radical deputies themselves into ble healh, shortly after died, leaving the there. By turn, the were in the ad.
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-v -. I- na ._J L.._ 1......_ for should resoled Gen. vance, preceded Lane and and
.. ., XVilK.m an impeachment be negatived, they tits Peru, the Municipal Guardthe Gendarmerie session, declared that and extensive law business. He short by Hays w\er
:1 Clay & Co .4 f London, woollen and Manckes. would resign' in a Dody. All mean were becoming ) charged upon the Legion of the declared for a Republic..e.ioa permanent ly after married an accomplished lady in Nat. they get opposite the lrt house fa the edge
)':: ter warehousemen, with small liabilities, Mr. the theme, and the only theme, of con. National Guards, and actually 3 crossed bayo. The provisional chez-the daughter of a wealthy widow ladya of the town, rolley escopeta balls U clI
L. Luoyt of Paris* banker, and Dubois & Co. I rcrsation and angry discussion in the Cafes nets, when the Colonel of the National Guard issued a proclamation government, embodying immediately their Miss Turner ; they have fire,children, all whistling (cern it. The doors were sooa 0
ffthe Commercial Bank of Havre. The lia. and on the Bulerares, and fresh fuel wu add. cried out, Hold, soldiers ( They are the lican and repub supposed living. pened, and the aniant killed. The Mil at
project, adding merely that it
bililies of the latter concern are ); ed to the excitement by the was He house or curate!,
489.000, appearance of a People. and produced such an effect upon the only an expression of opinion, subject to the grew rapidly in reputation a a lawyer, was same thing, aad '
and the suspension has created universal alarm Proclamation from the Perfect of Police, for. municipal force that they shouldered arms and will of the people. This was t followed on Fri. and when very young was made Chancellor Maj. Polk coming up, the town was rgl -
among the people of the town. The bankwas bidding assemblages of the people and an or. retreated. The Nationals of this Legion soon day morning another proclamationin which of the State of Mississippi. The Governor I l ly assailed ; the enemy firing from
"f
: ,. : conducted on the joiot stock principles der of the day forbidding the appearance in collected to the number of more than 3000, the tone perfect equality adopted in the first dying, he became by virtue of his office Governor house In some instances we are told, it C
and its paid up capital was 180,000. The uniform of National Guards, unless specially and having held council deputed their Colonelto revolution is ostentatiously prominent, and of Ihe State. He entered warmly ;into t to a hand-to-hand fight. In a short time th. 1
shareholders! are still liable for 25 per emit on ordered for duty. acquaint the oeoole that the National wears a ominous The the improvemont system ; was appointed by 4 enemy were driven from their positions, tc
tVir shares, 75; per cent only having been I Through the nigh and up to 10 o'clock on Guards desired reform, and a change of Min of the very government appearnce.style themselves I members The the Legislature agent or commissioner' ,to proceed some of them collecting in a body outside ai.
paid up. Imprudent advances on produce Tuesday ( ) morning, Ihe isters. to and town, were Lane and Cla
popular excitemeut citizens, Frederic Arago, &c.," and Europe negotiation a loan of some pursued respectively by
recommend
; karj been the cause of the disaster. It was had expended itself in word, and I ) At nearly 5 o'clock this declaration of he the people to continue under and three' millions for the State. In doing this Hays, and terribly cut up. (0
hoped that: assistance would be obtained from began to think that no immediate results o.1: National Guard, which had become general, not abandon their revolutionary attitude.I arms., he cane' near being ruined. On his way to The loss in killed, on the side ef th enemy b
Paris capitaJists; to enable the establishment t moment would be produced, and that I might bad its effect, and officers passed along manyof send (he to the latest Europe he negotiatedsome 50 or 60,000 Miss.i&sippi is set down at 100 at the We Di
,. to resume, but the events now taking place! uwel have saved journey. learlylO,. (he principal streets announcing that Mix- moment, and you refer newspapers to them up for details. stock in the Atlantic cities-, on condition lost one man killed, and four woune. Fifty tic
will of course render such a result almost t 'troops of the line, (believed you of his being prisoners were brought into city .
person ISTERS HAD KKiiGNED, and (bat Count Mole YOUTH, &c.,. personally responsible for yesterday
hopeless. Tbe bank is said to have lost ally attached to the King) were concentrated bad been authorized to form a new cabinet. ANGLO KNICKERBOCKER. the payment on his return.. He proceededto amongst whom were Capt MOB tin.
1 ..:. 1 20,000: by the failure of Ronafle & Co., Paris, and (the National Guar to a much The tranquilizing effect of this announcement Europe sanguine of f sUes; but he failed and two lieu'enants.! Ce!. Montano the f
American merchants: in Havre, who failed larger number were disposed to has been immediate. The funds of the Bourse The ; gentleman from in negotiating any loan ; was for pay. ther of the captain, was as was 10lco
;; two or three months back. assist in the maintenance of public order.- have risen of Grattul/ntr.-A ment on his return for what presse padre the second hived
nearly one per cent. ; and the execrutions one a fashionable establishment negot a. hrtinez was wounded :
i mi morning wo nave the announcement t Under these circumstances it seemed unlikely uttered by .the people, are changed in Paris to purchase a bonnetfor ted. His energy, however, did nbt fail but h escaped, with fire or six men. tl
I. .. of the failure of Messrs. Hemmingway, Afri. that the people in defiance of the to acclamations ofdvlight. The 'revolution' his wife, which he requested the mistress and in a short time he paid up all his recpon hn A guerriHero was panue by od* of 00 .
can merchants of Liverpool, but the amount t their own champions, (the opposition Deputies) was considered at an end. I find a, great of the establishment to select for him. The sibilities, and established his credit on a firmer men and took shelter forage r wherehe lit i
:b .. t is not important. and in the face of such an overwhelming difficulty in collecting accurate details of facts, lady selected a very elegant hat, and when was shot. The wadding from te piaolf pi. the
The export duty on Cotton has been abolhhed armed force would proceed loads of yiol nee. and amid the excitement and confusion which the gentleman inquired the price she answer. bais.Nex we hear of the General, he hal rais- ted the straw, and soon it was a blaze.- .1
Ii I .'., in India. This will be a great advantage But I was soon undeceived. surrounds me, still greater difficulty in ascer. I ed (that it had been paid for. The gentlemanwas a regiment for Texas, and proceeded with The house was consumed, as was several COt
4 I to your shipping, since when the duty ex. Troops began to move in every direction .taming their general bearing and probable much surprised and desired an explana all despatch to assist his friend Gen. Houston, others. r!
I isted, American and all foreign vessels were and the entire population seemed to be pour. result. tion. Sir," said the lady, ten years who was then contending with Santa Anna. Quiet was soon r.tor in the town, 'afler bet
s liable to double rates. Now you are on equal ing itself into the streets. The stream filled .Apart from the scenes which have passed you bought some apples of a little girl in ago the He arrived in season to place his little army the fighting was He
;J. a terms with ourselves, and hence your ships the whole lino of the Bouvelards from the I under my own eyes, I apprehend that my in. streets of Paris. The poor child had not between Santa Anna and the Camanche Indians men in the command are highly :
I .., f will get cargoes on their way to China. Place de Ja Bastille to the Madehiene, and be. formation a to the general bearing of affairs, enough lo change .gold piece which you who were marching to the relief of spoken of-the Texans, Rifeman and Dragoons .a
4 The India Company, owing to the difficulty gan to eddy and concentrate about the Place is less full than you will derive from the newspapers her, and when she mentioned that her moth.gave Santa Anna-thus preventing them uniting hare prye worthy to follow !. thf
of remitting in bills or produce from Calcutta, de la Madeleine and the Champs de and from er sick their forces. Gen. Houston such a fro
Elysees. a comparison of ihe various was very at home, you told her to fought Santa An. ..
I half have ordered home .500,000: in specie-one By 12 o'clock, tho entire space between the private letters written from bore I shall return keep the money Jill she had enough to change na, and took him prisoner, which ended the The best feeling prevailed with all the citizens tra
'. of which is now on its own way. Madeleine and the Chamber Deputies was this evening to London, for I am persua it. The little apple merchant now stands be. war, and General Quitman and his troops returned in the towns and hacienda*-quartermasters
In my hit: I mentioned that the Marquis of densely crowded. I heard tfce assembled ded that cither the tumult has subsided and I fore you. I have married a rich man, and home. and commissaries were along, who purchased .
.. Granby had been selected leader of the pro. numbers variously, estimated at from 20,000 shall have no moro news to tell, or that it will must beg of jou to accept the hat as a testi- The next we hear of Gen. Quitman, he all that was neede from the time'they tioht
.t tectionist party in the House of Commons, in to 40000. take a turn so much moro serious as (10 render money of my gratitude for a gift which saved was raising a regiment of volunteers for the l left until their rtur city.A .
the place of Lord George Bentick. It ap. \bt this time, a procession of several hun- the position of 1 mere spectator, at the least, my poor mother from much suffering."-Lon. war in Mexico ; he proceeded d, and placed few more expedition like this- a lilt par
; pears, however, that he has declined the hon. men, dressed in blouses of.the
came from the I disagreeable.If don paper. himself under Gen. Taylor. His operationsand guerrillas country will be I, Xtt.
or, and the post is therefore still vacant for Rue St. Honore towards the Madeleine, and I have time to add further I[ successes under Gen. Taylor and after. _It Js said that Gen. Pillow has been restored .
; "'... to,. any aspiring advocate of retrogression eventually aroppt at the Hotel, here the op. will not fail lo do so. particulars The French Reralulion.-Our French citizens ., wards under Gen. Scot-hs triumphal en. to his command a well as General f
A bill has passed the House of Lord auinonzmgdiplomatic position 1 have been in the hahit__ nf_. were in Ihe highest degree excited the trance into the city and his being Worth. We are exceedingly reluctant to believe ip
I ( relations with Rome. It assembling. Until this time although the LONDON, 25th February.I whole of yesterday on account of the revolu- Governor of that city-are known to all bet. this. ...nha
: .. was decided on motion ef the Duke of Weiling'on military went out in enormous force, I neithersaw have to-day reached London .to fiqd that I I lion in Paris. All of the French coffee houses, ter than the writer can describe. The steamer Edith arrived at Vera Crux (
) that the Pope should be styled Sove- nor heard of any interference on their bate loft behind me a state of things respect. the Hotel des Mile Colonnr, the Hotel de The General has led an active and chivalrous on the 11th inst. Mr. Freaner, the bearer
., e rein of the Roman States, and! not Sovereign part ; but at this period regiment of infantry ing which no one has any definite informs. Paris, &c., &c, hoisted the tri-colored ffag, life, and probably it is not yet ended.- despatches from the Government, was a passenger o .hoB
., Pontiff.: Also, that the representative depoted arrived, bringing with them a cyi magistrate, lion. The second editions of ihn London '.a. and the French importing merchants, abandoned He has talents of the frt order. He has truly on her. He lef the evening of bat( th:
\ to this country should net be an ecclesiastic who read a summons to the to disperse ; pen of to-day announced that all ccmmunica. their comploirs to congratulate each been the architect his own fame. His day for Mexico, by Kerr's Louisiana aie
:.. In the House of Commons tho- bill for the but the stationary multitude increased beyond lion with Paris was cut off; the people in pos.session other on the event. Knots of them might recent visit to his native State was 'to see his Mounted Men and some Dragoons.The .
.,' removal (If f the Jewish disabilities has passed belief. of the Railways ; the rail. torn up to have been seen in the street, in the French sister-widow lady with a family of children Great Western likewise arrived a .tclB
: by a majority of ;3. It has yet to encounter Several squadrons of cavalry seen arrived, prevent the arrival of troops from the country ; Hotels, every where, in fact, and rejoicing residing in the city Albany. His .three Vera Cruz on the llth inst.
: .. the bigotry; of the Lords. and a renewed order to disperse being disro. and the electric telegraph injured to preventtheir and gladness were pictured on each and all oftheir brother, viz' William an eminent physician '
,;. The King of Sardinia has voluntarily published garded by the mob, the cavalry charged r. being summoned. Later in the day we countenances. I is likely! that they will in Rhinebeck;, died in the year 1834 ; his ter r What said is Mrs.your Prattle opinion of our new rnidis.' liDfbl 1a
,''. a constitution for his subjects, on the peatedly/ upon them, first without drawing theirswords have the bare announcement of the astounding soon have a public meeting on the subject.- brother Albert diedon the MississippiNovem-- '0 to Mrs. Pari.&o' 1aaiI tr

: basis of the French charter. It establishes) and afterwards u.in only the flat lie fact that Louis Philippe has ABDICATED Ar. :}Herald. ber, 1845, and his brother Henry,November, repl.d the,.good Last lady he is
4 ., .. two legislative chambers, one elective, the of the weapon. ,bi course scattered tho Comto De Paris been proclaimed King, 1S47. Two sisters reside near Baltimore. ignorant-ramus. Sunday he preached ar
other to bo nominated by the King for life.- mob, who were entirely unarmed, and who re. the Duc De Nemours rejected as Regent, anda France and Her ol"tion.-Of all the They are all in circumstances and on the parody of the probable son, and he said IDtcrre
'3 laws ceived the charge with Provisional excited people in New York, none goo I it wasn't true, but only brought ia to
All yesterdaywere ha.
{ imposingtazes are to originate in the great good nature. Government formed, composed greatly respected, General reputedto
: .: elective chamber Prior to their the had of the morejoyful than Ireland's sons and their cinate a doctrine. Now ; did you ever
and each article, indeed, of dispersion people been leading members of the ultra-lilxral be wealthy. Ax OLD NrreiruoH,
.the constitution, seems fair and liberal, with singing tho Marteillaue and other patriotic party. I descendants, at the glorious news from France. Anybody can see, from inferianience ta C
a; the exception of one which appears Irish and songs, among which I fancied I could dtstin. The Royal Family have left Panis.This Nothing could impede their energy. They An eccentric it must be true. A pretty way
1s' .' equivocal, namely, fa The press wiirte free, gulch the celebrated ballad of Roland,' which news being read upon the Stock Ex. appeared to hail it a the precursor of their West Clapping.concluded- an preacfel irs thc. gospel, indeed I aint going to sit any Ion p
'II but subject to repressive laws." terminate in a chorus in honor of those who change, produced an instantaneous fall of three own country's independence ; and it may be in the charity sermon ger, under the droppings chuck a ICloDa I4J

:-,' ,:.. The Grand Duke of Tuscany has (followed "conquer and die for their country." This per cent. in Consols-tbey were at 88 a 83$, fairy said, that the Irishmen of New.Yorkare My dear following brethren language it has been: the a that.! So the old lady put on spectacles
I the of f the chorus runs follows : and they at 83; for a physical force demonstration. usual in great and read th ,
D example King of Sardinia, despite 1 now are J a.851. A week ago fashion for an to their indigation p. Uoe
i :," an injunction from Austria, forbidding him as Soldati Frncai., ehanttz Rolmd t Con sls were within a fraction of 00. Yes. There was not much preaching or praying amongst bation of that auia.nce testify appro. ble again, bible r ',
I' Son them but ba been said by the clap to end with satisfaction.MoreAfarder .
} : an Archduke of that to take such deitio erf digne d'tnvie t rJav was the ettlinir day. and tinnu this a large bodrof them nro. gining great
,' ,i country any Heureuz qui r-tut en eomalant. French news Lad ; ceeded to the Shakespeare Hotel, to take'im.mediate ping of hands, but I beg to recommend for of.
they 88 (
Vainere mount pour !" flen"o j-u your adoption a new method of ,less in Telegraphic
:l : atep.Tbe N eaptIitan.bave had three e la patrie afler the settlement the action. Mr. Bergen was promptly clapping Nn Mu-To Sun "
ditysotre.
the tumultuous and much
avenues the Chamber more pleasingWhen Correspondent Baltimor
to chosen chairman
and
Al
Deputies
a committee selected
oicing for their constitution. Del Carretto; filled suspension of intercoure" sent them downto leave this hands into under date Pittsburg,March 18P.M.aay.: "
immediately with (to work for you building, clap your
1 understand
troops. Opposite we the
83 and ibis
afternoon's
4 the obnoxious; minister of : leaves Irelan. 1
who news (
j. police, them
was
: : the bridge several re iment of cavalry at 85 It is rumored movement, it ilto fond 8100,000 to your breeches pkets and drawing them out Private I.ter.hare been rcercf a S
; obliged to fly from the fury of the people, has J. even that Louis Philippe Louis
from the
were stationed, and:the de la Concorde be used for Ireland's freedom again, clap into the box whichis o Ible h I.
circumstance
is as
: escaped to Marseilles, where in the already in England. .ibis true,
present Sboult prove been transmitted bert
at the door and telegraph.
was similarly] lned.are main streets lead the has may require, and from the enthusiasm and ; to receive it ; may the bjf
temper of France he is hardly likely to find kingdom not passed from w
avery away gin it his I" state that Mr. sheriff of plaw
i io n were occupied by in. him but from his lublcrption., there cannot be deubt of tbeirIceu Lr blessing .od. & .
I; cordial welcome. Tbe French are IB'
fantry. In the road from the Chambers faiT. have is staled that the had the desired attempting to arnt sojlndian cfcred i
.. ; At Palermo, the commanding general had -to the Hospital Jeadin invalids not just DOW in the temper ,to keep a,throne They. a mass meeting at the effect-and the adrel baring done the rebellion, was himself and party, 11
[been driven I by) the people to evacuate the fl.a and cavalry were blended. Prior to this artillery how. fo any member of an absent dynasty, ptrI Shakipeare, Tuesday' night tiext.-Ibid. needful, aa requested, clapped their baU upon the Indian pr, after capturing 1e71!. 'a
.
1 .nd.alier haTing wantonly bombarded the ever, but within reach of personal, ob. I ticularly whets the claimant is not of an age St.t_ ,John's Hall was illuminated, and transparencies their heads, and started for theit homes,. aUf 1 tem &tel r.dU65I o 'S c"f
it no my to assert hi*own rights. The next step would were exhibited in tb windows, ,much edified with the discourse. tw We. .



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1 In hii; anxiety to cxcMse himself for,sup. Monday of this month and that they will u *i and and of its chief ornament Hr. Hagne Sons of Temperance.

flIhtORIDIANVI p porting an abolitionist fur t speaker, h. maket beat Convention.exertions in sustaining the C- noine of sal* a'native of 1larln son o' the pres .l D. No. 9; will. meet at {fte Serfs!* Chmb# ,* r

.. a statement in regard to him which it not lrzw, j. : 3d Auditor Trasr. He 16. on Monday. night next. :t
and for making such statement he is overhauled Delegates were then appointed, and the meeting SIMON
"LET : ALOITE.' been i resident of Florida or nine TOWL W. P.

: by the abolitionist him.elf! He apologises adjourned. is i and at the time of his death was one Apri J. IQt 3 _- iiDickinson If

Saturday, April 1, 1848.ibMINATIONS.. to Mr. Winthrop misrpresentedbim" The French Revolution.The most widely esteemed an successful List of

; and promises to correct the missta'ement account which we pubih to-day of the recent at the Bar, in Florida. D EMAINING i in the Leter :

IEElOCRATIC ? in the 1 pamphlet" form of his letter I Has stirring events in France, will b read by our has left a widow and two infant children LtApril1l84 : Taah..; fs c
4
he d oft readers with the(greatest interest. A Revolution in heavy Grlt, Mel' ; Thorns, QAbneyBenjT 1"
.
roitGEN. GOT&UfOa .r n.oalDA: falsehood, knowing and acknowledging it to France was something the "boleorld had been LyunLewigW .t

WILLIAM BAILEY. be such-on its errand delusion! throughout looking (or; but it ".not expected to take place i is the opening of the Circuit Court for the Allen Aleunder. Bonnet, R C PfcRea.HonG faianIng Wi i I."

COKCKESS' : the whole] of Florida 1 U"e give the eitract until death should terminate the -reign of Lori i yesterday morning, this melancholy] ] Bakley, lon \; JlcGehoe Miss Jodg 3 .f
tt
WILLIAM P. DUVAL. comment is unnecessary : PHiLUprrE. In the disorder and weakness of gov was formally announced by Mr.Tomp Ballard, Lnpn D JleHHMrt jlarj A C; .
MR HOLMES AND MR. CABELL. the Court, as a token Revviace, Thee B McKaine
ernment which would hare followed such an event, an respt a. Brown Alt. I
toiL ?* &wrJAIo ELECTORSt: These whose in over until the day Nealy cCul olh. J.m
gentlemen, course relationto revolution
a would have been a very probable dr. Brown Mi .
GEORG It. FAIRBANKS, Of St. Johns.CHARLESir. the election Speaker of the House of Representatives cumstance. In fact, the whole world bad predictedthe took place from St. John's Church (of Brown, John.Josephine Dij.J J I.

DUPONT. Of Gadsden. gave offence to their constituents, hour cf the King's death as the hour for a refor the deceased was a member,) yesterday; Byrd, AlnaJdet Mir WasbingtoJ !
MILTON Of Jackson M. The Church was thronged, and Bnrns, Mr' Elizabeth n, S ,
JOHN County. hare undertaken justify their conduct, in mation. The French people, however, could not af BrowmaD, James Moore. r

Death of James A. Derthelot, Esq. letters which they have published, in reply to longer submit to the tyranny of his government.Their .- impressive address from th r\ern Bryant. Wm A Manor,Ichab. s 1
the animadversions which had been made the body of our Jamente was tiubhorn Mills 0 Wiia
up. of their
mouth-pieces
friends of this gentleman in Florida preu.sthe grievances !hnhal.. .
The numerous on them, by the Southern In the let- to to the grave sorrowing kin. Braltwe Dr D .
press. -had either been or of liberty : Mir ;
will read with sincere theannouncement lub.idizr
and elsewhere sorrow depri.e companions and friends. Though cut Hradley Cap Monday.
,
of
ler Mr. Cabell, in of the refer. H.rild
speaking to canvass the merits of the government. The -
people
of bis death, which took place on and Abolition he > i in the bloom of manhood, In the midst Bradley, Hon R I M.nl"jr. BagilCarpenter ;
t.iirsdiy evening, the 30th uJrimo,.ner a long and ence disposition petitions, bad been forbidden to meet together to consult it t; busy of a useful and honorable \S 1 Masbburn Sml! "
: have been repeatedly so referred. pursuits lark, ,
p says They about public affairs, and the talking of politics at Newman, P t
painful illness. He wu buried on Friday with" the The Committees have in ( torn suddenly from the bosom of a Clark. Jesse Owen :
al cases dinner parties been suppressed by force.In l Dnlf 2 :f
olcmn and impressive ceremonies of the Masonic reported them back to tbe House askedto military and Interesting family, and from a wide Conawa. r Elizabeth rt j p
short there left for the u. H
was no liberty
frsternity which society he was a distinguished: their consideration.TlIlS poor of friends, we were consoled to Ca pn, Mrs Eliza O ei.JM f
from
be
a devoe.
discharged Frenchman, but the liberty ot the arm-nothing' I, holier, John F G :
goober. He was' very much esteemed in this! community IS THE COCB5E API-ROVED BY MR. WlTTTimor. was left but physical t frm worthy pastor that he died in Cain, Isham ftou'se. I ;;

where he has resided for the last sixteen ." And this is Mr. CabelPs defence I' these oppressive acts of Loris strength. Unquestionably, ministers I to i assure hope of the Christian, 'and cold Cullerson, Fernonson Roberts NathanM 1 IClearman

f years. By birth Mr. B was a Georgian but his attachment before his constituents. Now, let us see PUILLPPE' moment of dissolution commit his soul] (i.Thomas D Rowland Nathaniel .
hastened the for his abdication. Had the
was for Florida,the home of his adoption. what Mr. Winthrop says to this. The Boston necessity filial confidence into the hands of its 3 Rawles, Patience 4 ;
been left free to discuss public affairs! -the liberals I DdvidsonWm S Robinson. R ADavii.WGM 2
press 5
Hi was a man of fine talents,and shone conspicuous Atlas in lr. t
defending Winlhrop : :
says Lewis Re, DanI
to meet and talk politics over their wine- T
ly as a lawyer,in tbe halls of legislation, whether We know that Mr. Winthrop never saw event which we mourn was to him but Dillard, G W 2 Ryan, Joseph .a
Louis might have died in on his throne. I But
I M presiding officer or as a member in the stormy either the letter of Mr. or the one by peace of a higher existence.-. Downing, CharlV 2 Rions. Wm h

Id boisterous field of politics, and in the social and Mr. Holmes, or knew Cabel they were to be he went toolar. The feeling ot liberty, utterly and us profit by the lesson of his life and death. E"ard",Edmund 2 Sintleton., C T J f ;

quiet w.lk of life. As a friend he ..a ardent and written: or published, until he saw them in hopelessly shut up could not wait for his departure, young men of this State he has ]left be- Ete. C 6 'Sheldep,lOuts D ,
F R
and for the third time, the populace of Paris have Standfiill, Mri Susan ,
'
._ faithful-as a citizen, exemplary and the very soul print. On the day, we believe, that Mr. him a brilliant example-of a high order Exum, Mathew Sturges DanI D '

p honor and truth-nd a a politician, intelligent Cibell's letter appeared, the paragraph whichwe taken the government into their own hands, with diligently schooled and dliplnld Freeman WW Sweat, Jas G .J' ;1

L ud. uncompromising. He wu a man of.IU CIPLE. have copied above, pointed out to him the cry of, Liberty and a Republic." indefatigable industry-of am. Franklin, Lansen D feoft. Baptist N ,.
"8
and intercourse with his fellow But will the other monarchical governments rf of and moral worth. Furlow, Newton J Smith,A J
sal in all his dealings by Mr. W., who said that such a precedingas sterling integrity Forehan, Miss )
Nancy Smith, Thoma ,
: san, keenly alive to his reputation for probity and he had related was not the course approved : Europe look quietly on, and permit the erection c a an ] : Ferrel, Lettia B Smith Mrs Margaret ,
but that such i Republic by the Revolutionists of France ? This u Nolle*?.-A I Union Meeting." ol' Col 1
koaor. It was impossible a man by him, that it would place him in a Floyd Robert J Thompson Smith D C J
tbould have many warm and devoted friends, and light before his constituents and the a question hich time alone can answer. Looking days continuance" will be commenced at Forrester, A J :Tompfti s,Joseph .

death be lamented and deplored. And it is to'; wrong that he I at the past however,and the present aspect of things! of 'Church, on the St. Augustine Road, near Fountain W E Tompkins John W 4 i
BIS people of his State. Mr. C said was Fern,Jefferson County, Florida, on Fri. Fitzgerald, Freeman F Taylor John L 'l
U was loved and admired, and bis untimely fate is: aware of it, and the whole thing wa a mis. in almost every country in Europe, it mizbt bethought the fifth Sabbath in April next, to which Forbes, Wesley Tracer, Col E D

'Dterelyad sorrowfully r regretted. The member I I take, occasioned by the transposition of some that no government would invade France 'or particularly! others are respectfully in- Fondren, John U Tmp'on. Noah If _#'

sf the bar in this city who knew him intimately and I lines on the of the printer, but the error the purpose of restoring the king. or the monarchy.No Z. WHEELER. Gray. David ( Wilson D il.",
par Pastor of the Church. .
w.l.hire expressed their sense of his loss by r solations had already been discovered, and in the pamphlet government can hereafter exist there, which has County April, 184' Gris ette, J S Townsen. Min Margaret,
Graham. David M 2 Wilborn, Torn R 2 .)
published in this day's paper, and in every I edition of the letter whic he (Plr C.) not its foundation in the liberty of the people. I : The Sentinel will please copy. Gad.dfn,Tom.'alle Qisha =.fH1

portion of our State the same testimony will b was then about to publish, paragraph the King should return through the intervention of Rn Wages.James

ben to his memory. Mr. L'. was in his 3Sth sear, would! stand correct. Here the conversation England, Austria, Prussia, Russia, &c., how long An Entire New Stock Iloldernets, Mrs E Wilde.Junius V 1

living ,been born in Savannah on the 4th of July, I dropped. We have not seen the pamphlet c. would he remain a supreme head of the realm? Spring and Summer Gaods Holderness Hare.Wm Wn T 2 Walden Walker Patsey H H t I

IS10. He came to Florida in 1S32, and has resided dition of the letter, but ue hate no doubt the How long would the French people endure his government Hill, Rob J Wat.onHT .
I offered to cash at a small advance
here ever since. I 1S35, be was elected to the sentence has Lecn changed." ? Indeed, we might well inquire whether for New York cost. b'yer Those who h Hutchins. Abner Wat, n.Tb tnas
wi"
1 Legislative Council of tbe Territory, and in 1535 he I We hate not seen the pamphlet edition 1 he would. consent to be again placed on the throne I ) unusually cheap GOODS persons wil find it to their Jorden Jones MIl Mary W.t,Mis Mary i ')
R"ubiD '
f was elected a member of the first Senate of Florida.lalSJl. o either, bu ire hare strong doubts vI.cOer the by any power. He would be reposing in the very o to look at them before purchase el,e- Jorden, R A Woolen.Peter B i' .4

I. be was again sent to the Senate to supply sentence la been changed; and if it has been, I crater of a volcano. All the po\ye Europe could I o of ; ,The HARDWARE.stock embraces DRY GOODS GRO, and Jovner Jmt M 2 IVaW Wood",.Oliver J J l'J. ;

: tbs vacancy occasioned by the resignation of GoDou. \ we have strong doultt whether Mr. Cabell's exert would not make the French people love and the for CROrKfRY&c. .e"New Kl sle.o Wallace, John

o After our admission a a State he was se: constituents have ever seen many copies of venerate his government. They hate him now more I : Pekin Tea agency Company I haveageneral Phildelphia selection Killebrew.John J Walter Miss Adalinf .

: Jfctfd by his democratic fellow citizens a tb(ir can- this corrected pamphlet edition." If Mr. intensely than before, and his government could not I I TEAS,put up in Imal I pareI to suit fao- Long LafTcon.Rev William Thos ?2 Willis. Henry or Job t

didate for tbe State Senate, and ,a elected lie C. was aware" that the whole thing wasa stand twelve months, without introducing such reforms : I that tbe lovers of may be supplied ... Persons calling for Rbinlo. letter,. ,'
the best and at low prices. !
wulhen unanimously chosen by his fellow Senators mistake," and he allowed this transPosi. a would make him responsible directly to the t at tbe artice where the subscriber, with \.il please say they :are "advertised." f a.

u PresideEt. He accepted the trust, and presided tion of some lines on the part of the printer" people. This he would not premise and vitbout it has supplied the public for many Ytau.THOMAS M. N.oSH. P. M. :

with dignity and impartiality. As a debater he was to go forth, without correction, he has been the people would not consent teceive him. Many HAYWARD. April 1. iS4., 37 3t j'.01

able and courteous, and a a legislator enlightened I guity: of gross deception towards his constitu.enta. think and predict that the Revolution ill! bring on ''I. I ee. April 1, 1343. .37 4t Head Quaer Florida Mffitld/ :;
Sentinel and Journal
4 and conservative. I all the relations of life, the and is unworthy to fill the responsible a eeneral continental war. Others again think that : copy .I.Concers ADJUTANT GE.ER\L'OFFICE, >

deceased was esteemed and respected, and stood de post he occupies. I is not unusual for a the lessons Europe has received from interfering in : his ." Mach 1 IS4S. 3 i.r

eely high. He had his faults-who has them thief to resort to a to conceal his crime, French disturbance, are so strongly impressed on MELODY AND EXTRAVAGANZAS. GENERAL 1 A GENERALCOTJRTMARflALforthetrjal ORDER 1:

ID' He was frail a ether men, but over his faults but for the Representative of an intelligent her memory, that she will be extremely backward celebrated Negro Meloists and Seranaders. 1. of Major General JAMES G. COOFEH, Commln-. !

tad weaknesses charity bids as throw the mantle of : community to attempt to excuse' a breach of in ordering a march across the French border. to arrive in about the 5th of in? the Second Division, on t the charges specifications .

forptfulness. May we profit by the example of his the sacred trust reposed in him, by a grot, I Besides, instead fighting with the Republicans of the ] instant and will give a series of Concert of preferred' against him by Major JoHn PABso.ts. ., ;
and intentional Melody and The J1elo- Adjutant General 34 Brigade i ordered
palpable Extrawganzcu. hereby .
death emulate all misrepresentation France for throne I
liusbuie.peciallyotbis a for Louis PHILIPPE and his descendants .
may
to[ assemble .
is somewhat and of I and Seranaders hare net with great success at Columbus, in He County of Columbia .
that was virtues in his character, and endeavor to be surprising, argues a want they will probably look to it that their they hare been, and they feel l% confident on lfonda.the fifteenth da> ef May next. .!

prepared for the dreaded s'rnrnoas.-ddful onlyt. honesty in the Representative, and manifeststhe I own thrones are preserved amid the general shako performance cannot be excelled i if euaned. 2. T r will b composed ofthe follow I I.
the
he has of the ? .
will notified their ngCfficeriyiz
.those who shall call contemptible opinion tgac.it b duly of ;
are unprepared-when i us ing of the thrones of Europe, which the signs the I ;
of his constituents.! f be 1, 1549. 37 Mijor General WILLAM BAILET, Jet Division. '
from earthly friends and association time unequivocally indicate i is about to take place. Eri,. General 1 A. Brigade. !
With regard to Mr. Holmes, we give the ALII.2d
Some of them beide that of France might be left National Monument. Colonel SAMUEL Ssrarcri. 1st '
Cavalry.
Death Thomas In extract from the article in the i.
II. another same
of Etq.-
Hagner following Colonel SAMUEL S.
vacant, should be made to the 6th Regiment.
attempts suppress \ from a ,dated 9th from IBtET. -
February ,
column will found remarks taken : leier THOMAS J. "
some 7th
appropriate
b French We do not think therefore, thai Hon.ELISH WHITTLEST to W. D. ACKCX,
J struggle. be :
from the Sentinel, in reference to the melancholy ,We thick that the use which has been Colonel D. G. LIVINGSTON Eth "
: who i is
for Florida, now a visit to the East
either England, Austria or Prussia will interfere.As on I
Jonjf M. 12tb" 11-
death made of Mr. Holmes'letter, by certain to Colonel Poss. 11ttlond
of cur Uwosman,THOMAS HAGXEB, per. of the State :
I. to Russia, no one can tell. Darkness still bangs 3. Colonel A. Judge Advocate Cen.eral :
E.q. His death is a great loss to our city. He was I sons in the North, to Mr. Winthrop's injuryis .4'o Presidept has expressed his consent to set is detailed E Mu"utt Advocate
I over the people and nobles of She has lessto the West of Fifteenth and and J
most The main statement in Is ground street
t: young gentleman of ability, and but disgraceful. al cofder of the Court.
ditinguilbe I dread from the effects ef t Republic in Fraace the Tiber to the Potomac,containing some- J
far his early death, would soon have ranked foremost it, that Mr. Winthrop succeeded in defeating than other because of like thirty acr*.. for the Monument and the By cCmiaud of the Governor i -, '-
I the
pbwer simply
any L.
with the first in the State. the Wilmot Proviso, at the Springfield Convention gross theref. Measures soon be taken to A TnOrrs >
len I ignorance of her people :and yet Russia would wil Adjutant and .t.
; very ; Gn + -
every editor in Massachusetts knowsto for the foundation and lay it. The cere March 19 1845. but.
Temperance Celebration. he incorrect. .Ur. doub'Jcst thought 'probably be the first to step forward in opposition to of laying the corner stone wi be performed 35 ._, r)
lolme 'the Revolution. But this is 4th of next, with and I
mere speculation.They July pa. '
the fact was and that it due porrrp Spring and Summer Goods.
Wt understand that tbe Sons of Temperance of so we was has been witnessed in this city We shall I J; :
all interfere
Magnolia Division, No.2, intend to have a Celebratisn to Mr. Winthrop that the correction should may or they may net. They may Committee from Florida and a Stale Fiag- iJO\T RECEIVING FROM NEW YORK, :' "

on Monday tbe 10th instant, in the Methodut j have been made by those editors who published attempt to crush the new government, or they may Georgia. Now we want )ou to converse 1 A Balzarines, Bareges. ,

Church in this City. There will be a Procession the letter. At the Springfield ConventionMr. preserve a I masterly inactivity" and leave the C.ul /me of your acquaintances on the subject and Printed Jaconets, Fancy L'WI ;
advocated and voted for the I to eat themselves! up, and in their own way. This here. Solar as we hearlh Agents about Organdie?,Ginghams', Cambrics.
sad an Oration. D. W. Eq. is the Winthrop Needle :
speaker Wotted
C""rP would be the wisest don? well : those at the North and Collars, ;
undoubtedly \et
course.
fo the occasion. The exercises will unqneitionablyb Wilmot! Proviso, and it passed unanimously.Here 8e( generaly gone into winter quarters" Ladies Colored, lid Gloves 'It
and The whole community is the resolution which passed : In this country the French struggle will meet Mr. friendly to the cause will please copy. Gentlemen and Lisle! do.Irish' '
impressive interesting.
is invited to join with the Sons in the celebra Resohed, That if the course of policy (the 'with the warmest sympathy. Our example-the 1, ISIS. 37 Linens, and Fa'nry Linen Dil.' } t
Marseilles
I freedom of our institutions, and the of VesUngs, (
cessasion oftbe war and no territory) shall be happines our to '
Marseilles Quilt,
lon rejected, and the war shall be prosecuted to people under them-have, no doubt, contributed I Notce. Musquito'ietting, .. -
r much to their efforts to throw off the against the estate of .
encourage persons having
: Mr. Cabell iud Mr. I the final subjugation or dismemberment ofMesico the caimt Leghorn and P. L. Ifafs! 't 1 ,
n'lntop chains which have circumscrined their words and H. CroweJlte! of Wakulla County '
We find i}.CABU.L'S Circular, page 6, in the the Whigs of Massachusetts now de. actions, and we are now anxious that they may fol. the are present them duly authen. Linen LTglit Verona Cambric and and Madras Handkerchiefs "f '

fourth paragraph Irom tbe top, in the pamphlet dart and put the declaration on record that low our example, and never lay down the sword I : within the time prescribed by lw', or they Coats! Cotton.Pongee do. ';; :
) Spool
I Massachusetts will never consrnt that Mexican until the\ shall have established a government which ban eJ ; those indebted to are .0 .
,
copy cent uDder bi frank.tbe following sentence : GEO. H. MEGINNISS-
:4
I a will be administered for the greatest good of the requested to make immediate payment. 1
7orrcrcr shall becomea March25,1S49.
t* slavery petitions and Mr. WIXTHROP'S sentiment- territory) acquired, greatest number." This i is the example them by by HARRIET M. CROWELL, Executrix. 3 4t : :

.'It is well known to those who are engaged in I part of American Union, unless on the our Revolutionary sires. I will be happy se for France val port, April 1,1'-43. 37 2m New Goods Trade.'
-Spring
this unholy purposetoti the blood, and exasperate ,i unalterable condition that there sbal be neither it her patriots shouffl pursue the same course, and

the feelings on this delicate subject of slavery nor involuntary therein, rived the same glorious end. Notice. ? F. ,I IJ '
slavery that the object of the abolitiom.ts can b otherwise than in the punishment of crime.' The news has produced the most enthusiastic subscriber would inform his friends and cus- BURNEY 'i :
obtained, so the reference of their feeling in the Northern cities. Public demonstrations return thanks to the J iO ,
fr'u petitions is So with other of b Mr. bar and the public in general that he i is mot WOULD public an
vote of tbe House matters spoken are talked of. The French and Irish for the Dt:1 : t
concre. a -fcimply by ) especially for any Wood Work, Trimming and plnter eneraly. past liberal
presenting them at tbe Clerk's table. They have I Holmes. ,rejoice at the spread of 'free principles in Eu. done by F. Payne as he has nothing to do age he ha rfeiyed them and respectfully, requests ..
been repeatedly to refered. [True-but a Whig I Doubtless Mr. Holmes thought the fact rope. At the theatres the Marsellaise has been all! further than when requested to send the a continuance of the same. I have just received :a

Home, and WIXTHROP Speaker by a casting vote, I was so I !" Doubtless he did 1 and for char. performed with great applause, and, in New York, \ to his shop. Persons \.wishing Wood ,per Warcallar from New Yfiik'a GENERAL' "' {
fife them the greater importance of a vote of the sake will believe But the tri-colored flag was displaced from the house of Painting, and done by me, ASSORTMENT OF GOODS, which call and exam.
ity we is not Trimminl
so. I wi
I
when thus shown by Mr C. to be unnecrs-' every Frenchman.At : send their my shop, at the old ine for yourselves.Marrh 'l ,
s ry.] The Committees have, in all cases, reported I Mr.I Holmes responsible for his erroneous a meeting of the Irish Confederation in few in to Mr. Payne's. Thankful( for past patron- 25. 1S43. SS rl ':
them back to the House and asked to be dischargedfrom .tbougbts. I seems, according to the At. Yok,it was declared in speeches that Jreland'n 1 solicits a continuance. Work done -

t their consideration. THIS I THE COURSE AP- : la "thought" what was not so, on of liberation had at length armed and that she must i in price, and a good, I can be done New Goods'FOR L" :

HOVCD IT WirfHHOP." .* the other matters spoken of" by him. i immediately take advantage of England! circumstances re in the State. SPRING AND S '
Upon first reading this sentence, it struck us and free herself. A letter in the Baltimore 1, lS-1. 37 4t 'H. H. BERRY. frcm'tfew fME TApE I
a !
If he is addicted latest .
arrivals
I so to thinking" wrong on Sun sass : JUS receie YCrk. per ,
rtther inconsistent with the Speaker's vote men. mater of so much importance to the South a I b'criptioD to the amount one hundred II Wakulla Springs asortlent of FANCY AND STAPLE" ,. o 1 1
tinned,and wit Mr. WfXTHROP'S votes and declarations this thousand c DRY GOODS to -hib'pariq11a attention is invi- .0' i'
I Abolitionism his constituentsmay dollars
( question were propesed.. money to be his ted. .
AND FEMALE ACADEMY WILLIAMS.
upon all bat it by no means prepared sent as soon collected the t. ,f {
i ocaio think" it is time to select a man whose a to Confederation in j the Marh 23, r 4' 36 2t
f us fo the following (rom the Jacksonville "thoughts" will come nearer to tbo truth, Dublin, to be. expended in the purchase of arms andammunition. has NEWPORT WAKULLA COUNTY. ; 4

.Vacs. which a S.uth Carolina paper and and coincide with ther lon subcribr respectfully informs the public SprhiandSnminerGoods. :i r
i Cuotc. more fully own. .A great mass meeting of all the friends of Ire.
the opened the above Institution, in
authority of the Boston We are unwilling ha -'---------- %
Atla. land is called
for
Tuesday evening. Our 0"nAme.rican yet all the pertaining to a liberal edu- I
believe this direct and wilful misrepresentation Democratic Meeting Walton. brnche BETTON & HIGGS. i
of citizens
charge I too, were excited. In tact, the city will be taught. The Institution will remain ..
I x&d'/raud upon his constituents, up. Dy the mail of Wednesday morning we receivedthe resembled a boiling cauldron. Many a joke was until the first day of November next in A IKK now receiving a large and general assortment f 4 \9

.this indirect of testimony. We publish it proceedings of a meeting of tbe Democratic cracked, and many laugh enjoyed, at the expenseof say that parent who visit the Springs with their of of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS TJ
r the ex-King of Frncp. In the bar room of one of to which they invite the attention of
tat Mr. C. and bit friends explain it. We party of Walton county, held at Eucheeanna on Sat. may an opportunity of educating their the public. 9
may our principal hotels I saw a neat pl.cal,of some and at the same time enjoy the March 25. 1849. 3 i g
should IjVe t. the South Carolina piper and the urday the 4th March, 1S4S. (just 2 da3s tins day.) two feet in breadth and width with !inscription : sea breeze and mineral water. advantages ( --

ston Will tbe .'.n or any friend send with a request to publish them. We insert the resolutions 4 FRENCh KEFCBLIC our terms are a follows per session of 3 months: Domestics, &c. $

them to us? The rote .bad enough in all conscience adopted at the meefin below. There are Democratic nomination see Department, which embrace Reading, pOTTON OS BURGS, IfA
without this stupid, ridiculous, and now but two counties in the State which have taken Whiff for President, Writing Arithmetic, $6 00 Yarn from Ihe best Southern Factories'T*
t adding GEORGE WASHINGTON LAFAYETTE 1
: En 9 Brown Shirtings, Sheetings,Jtc. t
rh,1D effort at imposition, to satisfy( both the no action in reference to our recent Convention, to Subject to th decision of th National Con with li.hndi. 12 0 Super. Cot.nadt. 4 y t

Boston Abolitionists and Southern Slavehold.rs.- wit: St. Lucie and Levy. These two counties however tin. with the French,. 15 0 Blue Dril", t 4

The rery explanation,of the transposition of some do not poll together 35 votes and from this, ,This placard was encircled with ribbon and : Bennet's system, 10 0 Blue '. ". .' t .": 2Alsj
gauze t
I|: line O the part of the printer" is absurd, and roust we can see that the desire for a Convent was not white, blue and red, and surmounted by miniature 100 St. Louis dry T.fls Fibm' (warranted)' 1 1:" .
classes will be Brass and HifSievev,
the SLorilardVand
b a libel OB Mr. CUEL It is difficult to see how confined to one section of the Stair,but every section French and American flags, connected together. It the and Gentlemen opened in the fo French Mrs.Millers' Scotch Snuff' >
language, > f
i transposition could alter the sense, and b sensible felt an interest in tbe matter, and appointed representatives was tention.very significant The anxiety, and to attracted hear further a good deal of at wish to study that polite language. Urorfa apd,tViaite Bar Soap.'etc. etc. $

a a; and more difficult to tell bow such a tranipoto to carry out its wi.he<. Indeed, a (cal from Paris j is intense. Many are undecided intelligence whether will be received into the family of the For sale at toe lowest prices by f :f
have the unanimous than the call for the the at $15 per month washing included. CEO H. MECINNISS: 1
revolution is
co.lc escaped proof readers of the was never more \1 compkte and ,general over France; ing Jsfarrh 23. .
4t
Intelligencer and Mr. CABELiand again escaped late Madison Democratic Convention. S auspiciousa but the French in"is that it is.and that the rule of, of young Mrs".Ladies\ wi. be under the. luperinle -. 1- -

fcac in the pamphlet copy, after the promise to tor- beginning I the Democracy bate hade hope and monarchy, is over forever in their native land." W. P. WILSON, Principal. Bugges for Sale; 7 ,j fll:

reef it, and after the (ae bad been observed by M&. trust will no end in a disastrous defeat. Right About-.$/aUi April 1. 1S4S. 31Atachent. JUST bandme Leather Top BUG/ : t
C.'and The the resolutions at the GIE made expressly, this market. Apply't
made to commented are
importance enough adopted
0 b rolowirli The Whig meeting in Tallahassee last winter to ff. H WHITING.
*pon ky Mr. WutTHRor, especially when a pott' EncbeeDna meeting above referred to: Marcb'. i N.
which spoke, I by authority for the whole party in Court for Dtrd of Leon county. ISiS. 36 At the Tin Manufactory. 4
WHEREAS, the several important elections which 2 ,
written to the the
.WI pamphlet containing Florida, resolved that the of this Slate would B. Fisher, Agent for FisEer '
lake place in Florida io 1848, will require the ut Whig Wilam'E Family Wagons for Sale J.
LrmtT We wait frr i
an explanaMe exertions TAYLOR (or the Presidency, let others think VI.Torris .
repndenc. mot on tbe part of the Democratic party, support ltte TUST received tw'o handsome FAMILYTAGONS.. t;
\ .bol glad to bear at tbe same time if not only for tbe purpose ol securing the elecion of a or do what they might. TAYLOR against the world Welbrn. J Apply 'Jo R. H., .

toueiet. if the insinuation at page C, first para- Democratic Governor or the State, but (or the pur. TAYLOR and nobody else-TAYLOR independentof and all of ctber this are suit hereby neti6f of Mach 5,1 lS4. 36 ..At the Ttn.MaJlatol.WHIIlG (.. I
commencement ,
the a
cf electoral of
pose securing vote' the State in the
Cth.t( that true he.1 Democrat, aad friend election of a Dmortic President of the U. States. conventions, caucuses, or pledges-a horse with' di ; to be held at Tallahassee on Ihe 12th Sea Island Cotton & ed.' i
I South and the Constitution. B. B. FREWCH June next, and to and .
Rtol"r. Democracy of Walton county out bridle rider or other incurnbrance on an open appear plead to the '
( the House of in the Given under my hand and seal, this 31st 50'BUSJEt SEA ISLAND COf- t
r Ck o Representative,) was measures pursued by the administration field without a track-this was the man for Florida ] from Chariest on'for uJe
I A. D. 1S48.. by .
d of the United States in
|f of the TOimot Proviso.was also the effect of conducting the
with Whigs. Lately the tune has beea.changing. There. EDWARD M. WEST. [SEAL ] ". _. 4 DANIEL LADD.
I.D other error, u be has ini.nll. war Mnic.Rnolf. That in their opinion, the Tariff of are others who speak out for CLAY regardless of this Justice of the Peact. Newport. March 18. 164!. 3

IS operates more equally and more beneficially in central resolve. They demand a convention desiring I.188. 37 3 Notice, V

its effects upon the general interests of the people of to compare notes. They say also that delegate gies Pocket Book Lost. ALL persons, wlon.'and; I legatees entitled to '
States'than the Tsriffcf 1542, and that
the United the trib tioQ or otherwise interested the
fr Jwbonrttfe must sent to Whig National Convention, IB es.
they
.MI I the Hon. R. J. Walker is entitled not only to the b r en Thursday last,between TaUahu tae ol Anderson late o( Jefftrsoo .:
iK dABELL. thanksoflha Democratic part* of tbe United Sate.but being determined to vote for the nominee of that to D'let'. Plantation in Jeferlon County a' deceased are Sne to exhibit c.tl. a
Tfc, fcOowiB. thanks of all in tbe United be he TAYLOR or else. tilj notife the clam
(rom a South Carol! to the St.te body any body cl.lkin BOK. cola snd"denandi within iroa thu dat ;
Jr tihibm Mr. Cabell io a of 'lor his eminent services in behalf of the Tariff of What say the Tallahassee Whigs to all this?- :. .. wt a Mtes and rejpt..' nnderaigrtMT. or ,the yn bo ; u th a
not recoUecred. A
_
pint 1846. ] reward indebted to said estate an requested 1
f persona PVMTimmeiCat *- ;
there at first talk
"fiatteriar t our. StaU Retolved That the Democratic party of Wa1. Why. was pretty plain telling circa to the finder/by jeturning it to., payment to t*

i1 ..ia ofl(4 awl delibefttff mil-; county cbeerfuillyeoneur in Ih* proposition! to them there was no use to trouble themselves the i the HAftDY GAINS .. WILL H S.AAm'r.

& I f Rate Cootenrfon at Madison .a HOt, n t>- 3'm.te WH all file*. T.f there mi ffaob4rin I,181: 3* .3fkraon County, M.rb J8 J 9a p

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;:J ;q !, t To--Florida Baptists. Notice. Spices, Pickles, &c.TTiNDERWOOD'S L. & H. GREENBERG & CO., M1ng.. the .T -

t' r /1;" SOUTH-WESTERN BAPTIST CHRONICLE.A months after date,I Ihal present my final tc.. pickled Gerkins.Mangoes. Onions J;9H11 uitiioe at their old stand, TIEancse.bvin porcbued.of LVAES

.\' SIX and vouchers to Hen. Judge of Pro. U and mixed Pickles, pickled Lobster, Walnut Corner of Monroe and Jeffenon Streets, .who is about leaving the State,
'loll '. LIOLflCAtDLY0TtD
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t 1 t- .. A WEEKLY: ; P T bate in and for Leon County, and apply for lelef,1 r and Tomato Ketchups' Capers,Olive OilMus ANDY .RIJIJ informs
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T17HERE respectfully
: I..i. J::. niligion Science, Literature, Corct and dismission as administrator of the estate Joscpl I hind,Pepper and Pepper Sance Cider Vinegar fresh WINTER they are now opninlheirFALL that he is at at hi frim.n, tb JAMES
: supply public present ;
General Intelligence: in Salmon
Gooseberries and Currants bottles fresh
': f Allen,deceased TUCKR MUKa
4 r; GERMAN AND AMERICAN DRESS be is prepared execute all work in his line with
'i"l: '' '. ". N. Orlean!."nJtr the Editorial care or! COUNCIL B. ALLEN, Shad and Halibut in canisters Curry Powder andGayenre Rich Rhine GOODS and He hand he finest a. .
; : Publlu.- Cur- blk .Gro. de every promptness despatch. ha on hiI o -
the tli
Cherries, Preserved informing
I. t ,. \ WM. C. DUNCAN A. M. Administrator with the will anne.Febra Brandy Ginger description of colored and fancy Silks, Plaids of calf skins, and all sorts of materials, and will public th 0
Pri.ian
tft' rant Jelly Macarror.i,Vermicijli.Ruwia and American GLASGOW is now "her .?!
?. 4 { hu long been the belief of the editor of tIlt 26,1843. 32 Isinglass Irish Moss, dried Currants, Prunes Striped and Printed Cashmeres, Colored make at short nOlice, and in the best manner, GEN the Suwannee Rive performing betwsen "t t
IT well the conviction of all OUT French MerinoPlain.Striped and Silk wove Alpacca TLEMEN'S BOOTS AND descrip ColVinbe,
,4 }2; : Chronicle a a Doctor John P. Duval and Citrons. SHOE every Key. This boat is
strongly built
,
I 0'ith-weitern Biptists, that the cause ot reh lon &c. tion. Boots rote. repaire in 01 the b.ft
1"i Cinnamon tenals and
Nutmegs, Mace (Ginger propelled
Allspice by
two
;j'. his fe ional Cervices to the citizen! tad American nable He i tad
11 t would receive more efficient support (rom thepublication OFFERS pn Cloves. Vamilla Beans, Summer Savory and A great variety of French, English, good style r charges. war carrying one hundred too tiQ ta ,
t ; .I i'11k- ot denominational newspaper in New Orleans ** asid surroundinc country Ofbc: sweet Orange Slt. Rose Peach waters Calicoes Ginghams; rant his work to be equal to any done in the place, cotton, with suitable ., cr Am\ .

f : .; than from almost any other agency that can I in Wm. Wil "D'S Building, over Hayward Bios extract Marjoram of Rose, Lemon. Peach &Vanilla.For .- Worsted Plaids of different stles and qualities; and to give a good satisfaction a to fitting as any enters,of light draft,accommodations requiring (or !fi!!!?

:1\' l: be employed. Many have exptcsxcd a desire; to see Store, Tallahseee. sjle by LEWIS Si. AMES. Shawl of every description color and quality ; other workman. water, enabling b.a'eDte!

t $ i ", cue located there,and have avowed their wiine.:a Februarv 2I l l4.,. 32 Decenahcrll517.I 20 Jaconet, Cambric, Tarleton and Cross Bar JOHN LERCH. e regularly thereby at all season cf be t bet. h I !:

-:. to contribu'e.bvth by money and by rn. l Muslins; 1., S. 1947.- 41 tf bus and Cedar Keys, Tear "r\C

I ,. : -.. -: finns, to ilss'ippoit ; but no person has, hitbetto,; Notce.s'x Fine Perfumes, Silk. Thread and Linen Bobin, and a new style ofA DAY morning at 'o'clock letting, Clumb.. "!
\ \ : been found ready lo un- rl"t the responsibility! / and months after undersigned adtnini' Muslin edginF NEW GOODS. FRIDAY t
:;" ." a a: t'aeaidiO'Ji labor. ot publication The time for it!.' of:the estate of B. F. Lipscomb,deeall,: From the Manufactory of Lubin, Paris.HEDVOSMIA Kid, and Woollen Gl.vesfor Ladies every a extended,morning.or the Sold sufficient .

# establishment hUt at length arrived ; and the Bap- will present her account and vouchers to ,. : Helitrope. Jockey Club. ROe Ge.r and Gentlemen'; subscribers would call the attention of the .1 two .hip p
(. I '.t.: list dtnommition especially! in the South-west is Judge of Probate of Wakulla County and ask to b r Patchouly!, Mignionette, Silk Woollen and Cotton Stockings for do. ; TiE to the choice and extensive assortment will prror trip p week rl'

r "t. now called on to u,um a paper whose grand object discharged a administratrix of said estate. AtnbrMia, Seringa, Ber. of Arabia,8cr.de la Reine Linen Cambric Hdkfs, plain and H. S., lots>priced; of GOODS now receiving per Brigs Waknlla change,or add another new boat m.Ib
is, the and the maintenance of true religion Adin'x. Ezlantine: Vanilla Violets, Vervain, Handsome Silk Cravats, French Needlework Collars an "
: promotion E E LIPSCOI. rgamte. Eroeline. Their stock has been selected,with (ae, capacity to tbe one now
)0 ; :;' in Ibe VaJIey of the Mississippi.Nothing February 20, 151 g. : Cm Marrocain and ess. ouqtet and Capes!; from the most fashionable establishments in New ticable this will epl01t. II'I"**
IJ 1 t : .. surely. need bt said to show the importance Also Glenn's A Perfume and Preston: tMerrill's Baragca for Dresses; do. Green; York and,having been purchased at reduced prices, wannee river bt the Il 'P .
I na)', 11f absolute necessity I.a religiousjv.int John P. Duval, Extract of Fragrant Mowers. Splendid assortment of Hat, Cap and Satin colored they are; enabled to furnish their customers at rricelproportionatel1 Wilhlacoocbie river.Upper Springs, and "LV"P h

t t" ._) of vie-v. of hUlog a deno8lnahona paper ATTORNEY AT LAW. The true Farina Colosne-also the French and Ribbons; low. Their The undersigned i would further
I' o. ,.;, published in this the empouum ci'y south Am ri an. Lavender and;! Florida Waters, Ray Rum Neopolitan Tuscan and Straw Bonnets ; others ltl that )k. t"\*
4] :.' i." we.ttncountrl' hl"vend] ntlyofhebenf'swhidli WILL practice in the Courti of Middle Florida,; and Apua de la Reine tine Cosmetics, rich Pomade!, Linen Damask and Dama Table C.'er) REAI9Y MADE i of .
United State
and the .
of
Court provisions act
l ..! ..ul rul to the city < Talaha Appeals.. Hair-oil,and Ihir.d'el, Shaving and Toilet sap!, 1)les. Towels, Diapers. &c.; is of the bt of materials and being manorC'ured improve the navigation and to entitled.An L I I'
District Court |
/., in an.! re'.igiou: influence which can be brought at !' fine aid coarse Comix, Hru-he fur the head.Teeth, Nett Children's/ Wool Coat and Caps; directly under the eye of Mr. Stillman, all river, and ( other navigate the S
'; ': lit br upon it. none will dor.the advantages accruing Om'rem \m.'ilou': Buildings ever Hywad'sBk I Nails and Fle-h. A superior article of Cold Crtuo. A large assortment of brown Sheetings, Shirtings, fear of shop-work is thereby precluded, and r er-sone enacted nee at the last or PUrl therein; ** %

\ :-a. : to the Bapus: cause from the of Store, Talaha4see.* 1 32 in pots. 'For sale by LEWIS &AMES.December Striped Shirt and Homespun; purchasing may rely upon getting an article well State of Florida ; that aion they o have sIaar.01.T;
: -Y- a denominational paper in a city where intclgene Icbruay 4. ll7. 20IjULlT&TPRATORIUS Broadcloth' Cassimers, Kerseys:, Linseys. Striped made. Among the articles comprising their their recently }
cf kind i. readily obtained and from' and! Plaid Satinett, Jeans,Tvreeds, Red and White company pursuant to the provision of tSE2
.. every f under the .
I '. -. than (torn Flannel.Tickingscolored Cambrics, with: large FALL AND nT\TEn STOCK name and style of the Florida Slat.ii'
it can be disseminated more easily any Notce. a ,,
: nal
:
.1., would be incalculable.With .- months after undlrsid mill pre. assortment of Trimmings, Fancy Perfumery found the following Improvement and Steam Navigajjon
:
:" other city in the South SIX Go. maybe Ceip.
; under the Sentinel Office and The will
the lisiisippi on the one side, and the Gull his accounts and vouchers to the Honorable \the corner store Cutllery, &.c. All of ( be sold BIle French Cloth. Frock and Dress Coats. Black, Company soon eompIefelheirirrinM.W'of

; .. 1f":, of Mexico ..n the other. New Orleans possesses far Judge of Probate of Leon County, and apply for letters opposite the Tho-nii Building low for cul at, their store in this place, also at Brown and Invis. Green, Castor Beaver Sacks,Saxa which due notice will b given, (or parcS2
: Cotton and
t.. u tl facilities .rcommunicating with every large of( dimi".io as administrator of the estate 01 NOW OPENING a choice and well nelecte their Monticello. Gotha Mixt T"ets. and fancy col'd. Cassimcr do- other rroUf the country *,

t .' -: city greater in the" United States and for obtaining an early Henry J. Gakin.lte of said Court*, dens ARE of CLOTHS CASSIMERS, \'EST.I October 30. .17. 15 Pellets and Blnke Oercol. A.C., Heavy Pilot liberal when cash ,, upon all property']l
moverflent which MANNING. Adm'r. CLOTHING. and Beaver Cloaks of fine Blk reuire. As soon as; practicable a I Tj
:. knowledge of every important may WELEY I INGS and READY-MADE The great Ofrcoats .
& : take place within its boundaries, than, perhaps any By S. S. SIBLEY. Agent. care and taste bestowed the select ion of these goode and Blue Cloths,Pantaloons of Black French Cas- between packets will b ttabliht by the ConnL.I J

other city in the Union. Situated in ihe centre of February 10. l purcha Notce.SIX simer Blk Ribbed do., fancy Plaid, CheCk & Stripe Cedar Keys Ne Yok and Nen
a leans
( the
,, the tuth.wuter country, of which it !the comnrcial Salt. good bargains!, you will do well to call a'd examine months after l.tt I present my accounts do. ; also Tweed Satintl t Jeans do.&c.: or conveyance of freight sad o
..S '., : metropolis, and throughout which its periodicals our tock. It would be a great tax: on time and pa- ou'hers to Hon. Judge of Probates of of Black and FacC ,,Striped and Plaid Silk. thereby securing to all its patrons, a safe PUp
'J SACKS SALTjust rcceived;>nd for sale by Jefferson county, and apply for letters of dismissionas and Valencias ditious mode of transportation of their t
: are freely!circulte. it imst impart more or 90 tience to enumerate the dirlerenr styles!and pjtfencomposirg Velvets Plaid Cahmeres Plid ,
'f r .r. less uf its own ((. How necessary A./.E. HOC. this assortment : suffice it lo say that a Administrator on the estate of Henry Feldberg, Mazurkas, & & I I eithei market a well a return cargo to{ f

?- _. it Ie. then tint some salutary influence should pro- February QO, 1S43. :32 1 I portion of these cloths and ca',imcrsare of' Britnlla' late of Jefferson county, deceased. They an extensive assortment of Cloths, detination.instance exceed The rae of transportation *P1
". correct far Lustre/ the HENRY GREENBERG, Adrn'r.Octohcrl6,15l7. Cassimers and consistingin heretofore charred or
t this city. to as a possible Roasted clothing"nd Vestings unmanufacture.
c..rur IrNt for like ofilv
.':/ .the evil it disseminates Newport Mineral Spring. every article of their stock is ..f a stjle and quality 13 Cm put: of: Superior ( Wool Dye se"icH. but a material redaction,

.- 1. The Baptists it is hoprd convinced of the( necessity DWELLING LOTS FOR SL1TIE I that will please/ the mo>t fdNtidioiii. Cloths, do. English do. do. do.,English Blue and rates Ihe increase M contemplated of at an early prio I inoT 11'

I :.. obtaining a firm foothold in New Orleans. I under i igntd, beins fully empowered They would mention that these CLOTHS are nr Notice Invisible Green Wool Dye do.. Black Beaver and The facilities offered business shall reDilL;

i ii otdr 'oppose a barrier to the progress of Roman. make \arrai.tce tilk!. ha, had the I i the finest texture, the b.I t English wool dna, French hereby given to all interested that six Castor do.. French Black Cassimer, do. Ribbed do. lo visit the Keys at to all parties of plesr ad oe

.4 a l-rn.which !S making rapid strides to supremacy in around I the above Springs 1 wool dye black,do.Ca simerLondon wool dye Marl IS months after dite.I shall peB"n present my final do.. Fancy Plaid and Stripe do. of the latest and the most healthy and seasons the year,0
( desirable
uf western: cities. Once establUbed on aI do. Cass., French and G.-rman black cloths do. Casi aCcount fashionable 'of : and retreats (or invaiy.
,
: Irun\' vur size duelling lots of upwards ot an : and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate in andfor mot styles; Bad and others in the State and
tbe
I :i ba here moreo er. denomination can the French Ca!simerVESTINGS Plaid Satins,do. do. Silk Silk bcliralaDd
sure i he now otters for sale low. Plan fancy the County of Jefferson,and'apply for a discharge Fancy tic of the Suwannee hu.
nor* easily: supply th ? destitution of Texas, which ( of fine blaCk Sati" fine plaid Satin Velvets, Cashmeres and Valencias, Vestings of Rich scenery i,
-I .r terms, &.C., can be seen at Dr. E. as the Administrator' of the estate of Anna Brooks, inducements to to Ilpp.t
1 in the proudence! of G<.d., has been lately thrown. Iiraard nmf i.Tallahassee. First come has first choice.DANIEL Silk. Woolenthe', Cashmere't: and Polkanet: late' of said County deceased Velvet Plush 5tc. 5tc. ant an excursion.many avail pI I

; S .:' open.and which invites Uf,with cries and supplicatio LADU. Cerro Crrl'1 co. Monterey chfkf.l.mADY JAMES R. ALSO, AN ASSORTMENT OF This
to her assistance. Come forward then, brethren : MADE CLO blk BROOKS Company, having I they believe,nad, 1
t, and assist by YO'lribnlity. in extending and Newport, February 19, lS1. 31 French dress and frock rmXG.-SIIrio wool dye 1 Jefferson County, Oct 30, IS 17. l: Gr Hats and Caps(}fontere,): Rro. and Bleach'd. Cotton tequisite arrangements (or the convenience *ill I

.. .ctrcngihcuing the ; Redeemer's king Bacon, Flour, &c. do. do.. Trench Ca! I Blk Silk ,. Silks and Merino do. ptM81
U. S. MAIL LINE lal ; :
dom. cloth Sack
black and mixed doe-skin
fancy
received schooner from New Or opera do Lamb Wool and further
'f' It is the intention of the editor) to pay special attention JUST per F.icia. coat, black beaverclotb sick. and over-coats black ; AngolaUndershirts particulars, apply .
.. Rich Fancy Satin and I SMITH & Co. SMirRm
; MesVs.
Columbus.
Xctrnte Literatuie, .
of
to the Cloaks. Punlaloonsnf fine black rmediumdo.
department anI I Ca."k.! flacon hams, $ Plain do Scarf, Brown Cotton and Cctton- RIS. Madison, Messrs. PUTNAM RICHAEis
in his article a scientific or of &
a almitting paper no a ereat variety fancy Caimer pants of the ,
1 clear Side, I II Jenny Lind Hhks. ade Drawers Cedar to the
Keys, or undersigned.
cultivation
: literary charicter which d'f not tend to the latest st>le. it.sts of < dtsrription. Military
very
a Shoulders, Blk. White and Col'd Kid Gum Elastic Suspenders
and improvement of the mental and moral 5 r.bls Illinois ,,' Trimmings, Hosiery, Shirts, Glove!, Crnt!. Hell Gloves, (Merino and Cotton Half- JAMES TCKE.
faculties" ; |by which means it cannot f.ilo prove a 6 bbls. Four.mil Flour, adjusting Stocks, Su:pender!, and almost ever. thing I Hose And others> Poprieton.
tal'iable dium of instruction to into Hal Columbns. Florida, January
connected with
rn any outfit.B.
lily a ly
gentleman's 2.198.
a : I new : From Tallahassee to Macon.Tlro'l 2
Bll. :0. p-ckerc. Patent Leather Shoes, Umbrellas Money Belts,
which it be introduced. .
;C'. may 3 low by 4i P. are prepared to execute all orders accori]
I A table l ot New Orleans Prices Current, corrrct- Apples. ALFRED!"If F. HOC. ins to the latest most approtedstUe*. in hours from to Shoulder Braces &c. & Jefferson
No\ember 2-;. h i. 10 ant forty-ltro Ta1ah0t Court.IN .
.' .. .l''ed."il: be found.n each number from whkh N. B. Re! the ,, arrivals we expect to receive Macon, and to Chariest in Ilrt days, CLARK&STILLMAN. Cit

e : any that are interested in the state Notice. TiE REMAINDER. in time to take the .Mail on October 23, 1517.- 1 .

.
ingrmaion.The SIX of R. Humphries deceased late of Leon lIE Stare will leave Tallahassee on Mondays, W. 3Attorney" LiT iH] lm",deceased Complainant, N
I
J price of subscription tl the I Chronicc" i iJfV is. County, present his final account and vouchers Leon Circuit Cou. T Wednesays. and Fridays, at 4 o'cok. A. M., at Law, Tilman D. ti.

p r annum, in advance; 53.J. oC to the wil Judge of Probate of said County, and IN .\ and arrive ,(via Quincv Newten Prio Del enJeiit.
six.D"ntbs; at the expiration the year.XOTE : Americus and Xontieello, Jefferson County, Florida IT appearing to the cf the &
I.oJ i pray for a discharge Iron said administration. Creditors' teltlemrnt Albany, Perry,) on Tuesdays, Cur
fur affidavit made in
November 27, 1S47. 10 6mLEWIS Ei of Ellatr. Thur>days, and Saturdays! at 10 o'clock. P. M., in attend the Circuit Courts the Middle this cause, that .P-
: -T.iis paprr since its estaMishnient in : James C Broome and othen, for themselves: and time for the cars for Savannah. Leaving Macon on WILL .and of the County of Columbia of the rifoy. the said defendant resides oat of the

Mirch, '-47, has; sustained a character in all its above AMES, other creditors of A. :M i. Gatlm Complainants, Mondi> ,Wednesdays, and Fridays at A. Eastern Circuit,Fl orida. Florida and in the State of Georgia, on notion .1(

a. nainrd df-parl Tents not surpassel 1.if indeed equalledl & rTurbuttR. .'_ M.,and!arriving in Tallahassee on -o'cock.. Monticello,August 22,1346Law the solicitor for complainant: his Ont na

>! any pape:cither in this or in any other country DEALERS: nctn.Snh A. eton, his Wife Exec day, and Saturdays, at 10 : P. M. This line the said Tilman D. Porifoy do appear alt

: aril should therefore meet with a cordial support DRUGS. MEDICINES, PAINTS OILS, utrix of ; and others, Defendants.WIICRIIAS connects with the Central o'cok. .Savannah, Augusta Notice.BROCKENBROUGH the bill of complaint filed in this cans withii fmimonths

from its own denomination as well l from all other Toiltt Articles, Perfumery, &r, Window Glass, ; By an order made by hi, honor Millrtlgevillc and Western Rail Road to Co- I from the date of the publication of Ibis or
who desire; sedilused( the coun'ry der, or the said bill of complaint will be
to throughout DOUGLAS, Judge on the lit DC llmbus, Ga. It also connects with the Mail Line &MAXWELL. taken for
religious and scte-ititic knowledge. 'he stcold volen p vrcRb' BRTSHES AD COLORS, confessed : Provided, That a of this order U
the above Chattahoochie
comber, IS-iln entitled cause the under from Quincy to and thence to Apa- copy
s will commence in March, 4S, and I would) reefel'f'i'.Iv Apothecaries Glass Ware, Ac. other Passengers published in some newspaper printed in the Middlt
__ signed was appointed, among things, to take lachicola. can go from Tallahassee to ; H. BROCKENBROUGH wil retnru to Flo
: advie thoe wishing to subscribe: to this rpUEabove constantly on hand,and for sale at the an account of what i is due to Complainants for their Columbus in three days and but one night will be WM. in time to attend all Court of the Circuit of Florida, once a week (or the space O(foot

valuable paper, that now is the very bet time they X lowest market prices. caim., and to all oilier creditors of said A. M. Gat spent on the road between Tallahassee and Macon. Middle Circuit,and Jackson and Counties months. (Signed,)

cwuld: select. I \ interest thereon ; and it was ordered further The public may rest assured that every attention will in West Florida. B. &. M. will also attend the December THOMAS DOtGL Iud.

W. McKINNEY RUSSELL 4e hare. received by late arrives lanjc additional That the aid Master do cause an advertisemcnt be paid to the comfort of those who may patronizehis Supreme and Federal Court Their time will be IS, 1S47. 2

I Daly fpfointbcnt., Tallahassee! Fl. supplies of nru ,,."f ditrt and Chemicals,which, t to be published in the Floridian,' a newspaper Line. devoted exclusively to the legal pofenon. and t

February 20: h-. : 3t ogether with m3t of the popular patent remedies, published weekly in Tallahassee, and in such FARE: claims against the United States, Middle District of Forda

Sales. render our assortment the largest and most varied in other puolic newspapers a he shall think proper,for From Tallahassee to Quincy,$'50; to Bainbri Jge, prosecution of which arrangements have been madein WAKULLA CIRCUIT AND .

Hamilton Tax the State. the creditors of the said Alfred M. Gatlin to come $5 ; to Albany, SI 1 I.and to Macon $22.WRIGHT Washington. Daniel Plaintiff;

..: virtue of the power vested in me by law, I We have now in store I lot of QUININE warranted in before him,and prove their dtbts. on or before the & SAWYER Proprietors. March 13, 1'.1. 31 !'' J/n Alt:h mt.

-. ? : BV shall expose for sale before the Court House pure, and of very superior quality. first day of May next ; and that such of-the creditorswhoshall By JOHN .. YARN, Agent. Thomas Lockhart, Defendant.D"bt *127 3

.1 door in the town of Jasper, Hamilton County, Florida Just received a large assortment of not come in and prove theirdebtsby the time fXJ- Office at the Planter's Hotel Tallahassee DR. C. If. BUNTING is hereby given to the

on the first Monday in June, ISiS- ,the followingdeei FRESH GARDEN SEEDS aforesaid, shall be excluded the benefit of this decree E. RA ILFY.Agent; at Mal. NATHANS,in Quincv. SURGEON DENTIST, NOTICE and other persons lad no.tU

: '. ibid property or so mufh thereof a will pay ; and that such persons, not parties to the bill. : July 17. above that al i
.1 i ; Iron the celebrate. gardens of Messrs. Hovey & Co.Alen IS4.:2 permanently located in Quiney Florida, cause plaintiff, Daniel Ld instituted
the State and County Taxes due thereon for the year I who shall come in before the said Master to prove HAVING this suit issued
a invoice of choice LDY.OWI (! tenders his services to the publicin by atachment. roan the of
147, to-wit : sm31 I their debts, do, before they arc adini I ted;directors, DR. J. REESE'SLVER fice of the Clerk of Wakulla
E lot of CIGARS of extra quality. All the various branches of his profession. From his sid Circuit Cwr
1.of the S El-to' section 33 'he en. ant contribute to the their
TbeSW ( 01
; complainants !
a nf which we offer for sale at the lowest cas'i'priccs.' proportion experience and success in practice, he feels assured against the lands and tenements, and ,
lire section 34; the \1-2 of action 3the E 1 112 of LEWIS the expenses of this suit. to be settled by the saicMaster. [ & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE of able to pleasethose who patronisehim.Dr. of the said Thomas o beyond
Lkbat.
being may
&AIE.
the S \1-4-of section 2''; all in township 2. e -Tallahae'aee. November 20, 1 1"-7. And it was also ordered,that" an accountbe B. refers the public to the limits of this a debt due to the
and also the W 1-4 of section 2, taken of all collaterals held the A
II east securities
: north ; : or by P of feeble constitutions and those of se- Cpl. W. T. STOCKTOX, Dr. J. M. W. DAVIDSON, Ladd on a promissory, note, executed and
: and the N 1-2 rT section 3. the N E 1." of secliji Wakulla Tax Collector'sSALE. creditors respectively, and a report be made of the dentary habit, are often troubled with habitual Gen. C. II. DUPOXT Dr. R. E. LITTLE. and payable to W. H. Perry or delinrt

4-, of township 1 1. range 12north and eat, par- County same, and of the value of each." And it was also costiveness, which often exerts a very unfavorable Office the M. E. Church. Ladies waitedon of oYmbr, 1S44 due one bae date Sl

}.(j.r-rtineti behngtottaeEetatecfllectorW. Eraden. ordered that I all parties may be examined upon interrogatories influence upon their general, health,which is particularly their opposite residence .usual. was transferred from the ca.u

: ALSO-The S E1-4. of.th. S E l-4o1. section :31, virtue of the authority vested in me by hw.I and produce all books and papers in manifested by irregularity if not total loss of September at 11. 1847.a 8 Perry by delivery for a valuable cODsi'eatioD sid \H

township I, range 13, north and eat, purporting to BY I have this day levied upon and wit expose to their custody or power relating theretoupon oath appetite. In this condition of the system, this ar- said Ladd, now principal and together

belon;to the Es'ateof Cenjamin Chaires. public .ale in front of( the Court the county 'I before the said Master, a the said Master shall di- tide is confidently recommended with the Isurancethat. M. D. PAPY to the amountng. inlere twenty

JOSIAH T. BAI DEN, Sheriff, t ol Wakulla, State cfvFlorida r rect." : if the dose is properly adjusted so as not to seven dollars and fifty-three hundre: Now the
Andex.officioTaxCothlamilton Co. row. therefore, all persons claiming to be credit move the bowels too actively, relief ma< be relied @m A9 defendant and all other interested b a
the
On
.- MarcbIll'1. 34-3m first Monday in .May neat, or sid A. f Gatlin are hereby in pursuance of upon without any or even the least unpleasant consequences Practice in all the in the Middle above suit. are hereby required person to enter his or tkeir
'
between the uual hours the following pieces or said order, nolife to produce their claims, and the resulting from the use of common purga. WILL Office on the Court first floor of the Cap- appearance and plead to the declaration filed in the
; In Jefferson Circuit Court. parcels l of Land MZ: vouchers support thereof, and all colaterlO and tive medicines.usually resorted to. itol South the said suit on or before the first day of the next May
Lot number S, containing 474 acres, and known securities therefor, before me, at Persons to Bilious Cholic the wing room formerly occupied by
.. SPRING TERM 1S49.CbarlrsL my ofcI Tala. subject : may rely on of the Circuit Court to be held in the said County of Wa-
,4. a tbe Rivet Survey according to the original survey hassee, within the time limited in preventive properties of this medicine by using it on : Secretary November Territory.. kulla,or otherwise judgment will rendered against
_: ': ::: PoweH, ) Petition to Foreclwe Mort- made by Asa llartfield. Surveyor. Also lots otherwise comply with the provisions of the same, t he frt intimation of an approachingattack. There i U. IS- 1 him or them by default. b

_' r $ gate of Personal Property number 3J, 40, 4-t, 42, -43,-44-,:'it, 52. 53.60, 6)). 62, that they may be admitted parties to the said suit. are constitutions liable to regular atack of JOHN ERSKINC DANIEL LADD.

..__ Artlur Brnty. 03, G'3. C9, 70, 71, IS. Sf. 61 1, 52, S3, J. 7. S, 14. Dated this third dav of December D. 1347. Jillious Fever almost every fall ; to such use of 19, 1843. 31
inter s'd. February
and all
rpHE persons are Containing; each 300 acres; and known and des SIMON TOWLE Special Master. this medicine is recommended, beginning to use itby ATTORNEY AT LAW, -
JL of the of the Petition for :
"- ) hereby notified filing crib by maid numbers according to the original survey December 4, 1S47. 2( tf the middle of May or first of June. Florida. Watches Clocks and
J. Foreclosure cf Mortgage in this cause, and they are Qulucy ,
by Asa llartfield, Surveyor. Those whose digestive organs are feeble often experience .ewel
TTTILL attend the Courts of Gadsden
.
and to tbe if pitair.ej Ju.tices' REPAIRED.
; d same
tu plead any
: r\or appear All the above dHrib'd lots of Land situated, lying Tax Colector's Sale. a sense of fullness, weight and oppression VY County, the Circuit Court of Middle Florida,
The
rJinztolaw. is on
.; ... cc<' made to mortgage tLe per- and being in the county of Wakulla on the westmde pursuance of .. Ger.eral Assembly about the stomach after eating, wi find this medicine and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia. r OWLE &MYERS, having secured the lnir,.
aid was secure IN JL
: 'i,. :a rrolll'Y. dollars and interest. payment of the Wakulla River being a portion of whatis the State of Florida, entitled .An Act to enforce : afford almost immediate r November 22, 19. 13 tf of an eperenced workman who will attend to
I. ol re .. known as For ei Purchase and levie upon as the payment of Taxes assessed and lo be as- Ladies near their confinement often suffer from Sentinel : tbe and Clocks exclusively.'.
THOS. .IEl } c fO-
t .. : p.--. .. S uicitcr for HEI.ner..t' the property of the Apalachicola Company, sessed against all Institutions claiming Corporate heartburn and costiveness : to such this article i is copy. are prtpae to do all work in their line of busiieM

.: 7 ; and ,viI be sold to satiety I their State and County Tax privileges in this State" approved January 4th, ISIS, highly recommended a it can be used without the well promptly.November .
... March 11. l It't :34 2m for county of Wakulla for the year IS I". I have levied up<.n, and will expose for sale to the- east danger,and with great benefit. In sick or nervous Fall and Winter Goods. 6, 1847. 18

AIIIJAI! HALL Sheriff highest bidder in front of the Couit House in Tallahassee headache it is invaluable. JUST RECEIVED from New York, by Brig Henry CITY HOTEL

: ; Land for Sale. and ex-officio Tax Collector Wakulla Co. on Monday, the third day of April next: ,all This article will be found to ac a a pleasant cordial J Buck a large assortment of ,

I uiders-smcd! will sell that fine tract LAND October 19, hSli.- the interest in law anI equity of the Southern Life' and Ionic restoring the appetite and at the STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS.
THE the Gaskint 'tract, and situated about Insurance and Company, in the following deinbed same time fulfilling every intention that the common
a.'p' ,r- fifteen miles 3 of Tallahassee, in Leon County. Said Spanish Regalias. Bonds and Mortgages and other property! >urgati>es are intende to effect. It purely teg' Groceries Hardware, I Wo and WioW Ware. l'

a tract contains about five bundled and sixty aCre!. 90 000 JUS reeive per Brig Lucy, and or so much thereof, as may or shall be necessary, to table!, and, USt! according to the directions: Rope and Bagging, I I Nais and ,
I will be found invaluable article,especially to those and Shoes, | Sugar Boilers, &c. &c.
the an Dots
: abut two hundrP*nd fifty acres hammock; sle by pay amount of State and County Taxes, due by
pine laJ of a superior quality g/o, well wa L. &II. GREENBERG &CO. said Company for the years 1S46 and 1347 togetherwith afflicted with DyspepsiaDerangementof the Liver, For sale by TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.

.' lere. there being a stream running between the October 31). 1S47.. 15 all costs, viz : William Fisher's Bond forSIO. or General Debility. Sept. IS.IS-ti. 9 LLOYD &FLAGG. the undersigned has been confided the BU-

and pine land. There is on said tract secured by mortgage.dated 15th July, 1S39. Prepared by Doctor J. Reese, Griffin, Pike county, TO agement of this
Dr. J. H. Scales
: about seventy-five acres cleared and otherwise im Bradford's Bond for $1,00 secured by Georgia, and for sale by appointment at Negro Clothing- Hotel.HAMILTON HUDSOK. ,

proved. Satisfactory title will be made to the pur SURGEGON DENTIST mortgage, dated 1st August, on slaves and E. .RARD. Jr's., PIECES Kerseys, 50 do. Plains, 20 do. Lia- January 9, S43. 25

: chaser. Terms made known on application to TTTILL be found at his old Rooms at J. L. DerailV land. Store TaUaa5 50 ,5 bales Lowell Virginia do., "

., : JAS. T. DAFFIN. \ l ly's Boarding House during the fall and win I Wm. Burney's Bond for $7,500 secured by mortgage DANIEL LADD, 5 bales seys 4-4 Domestics, =do.7-8 burg= ,, 5 do. 3-4 Notce.

:-I. March .. IS43.- 33 Ct ter months unless when professionally engage.- dated 7th Aug., 1639. on slaves and land. Monticello, do., 10 bales- Negro blnkets, 5 cases Negro ,shoes- t of Louis Joiner,

', Dr. S. having just received a large supply a1 kind. A. R S. Hunter's Bond for $7/1. secured by Quincy, wool hats and caps. JOt and for sale by ALL persons cf Hamilton County deceased, art requested -
of material his dated 3d and l land HARDY BRYAN,
\ Just Received appertaining to profession, now mortgage Aug. 1S39.on slavs S. F. BURNEY to make immediate and thoM
: prepared to perform any operotion with neatness and ff John D. Harley's Bond for secured by mort Agent for Themas county,Georgia. September 25, 1917. 10 demands payment; hail
.. T LEWIS tc AMES Store fresh $2.9. May 22, 1547. 44 are requested to present them in ,
.s .. A Drug a supply despatch on the most approved plans. dated 20th Aug., 1530. -
a; New and Valuable Medicines which g"ll. the law,duly authenticated. .
-among October Ifi. 1S17. 13TIST.WS TradewelP Bond for secured by Choice Liquors. .
I ,'-. are the following: mortgage dated 7th I IS t-0. *. Smith &. Thorn ELZACETI JOIN Adm'jt..
b Apri. 1 Mari offer to the public the following choice Li- _February J9I .
; DR. SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RESTORATIVE "TT
& Alexander $5IOOsecured by
( BALSAM OF WILD CHERRY. for Mcver' Forwarding merchants! all of which we will warrant as being
:t-; TER VV sale by LEWIS AMES.February mortgage August, 1839, en slaves and Comnlon of the qUOr best quality : Furniture Carpets &c. for Sale-
& ,
Designed for, and will cure Liver Complaint 62, Poydras Slree.NEWORLEANS .
I Piles Jaundice-and all kindred 21). J81. land.Charles 2 quarter casks supr. old Cognac Bran ly, PAIR of handsome Mahogany Parlor Conches
; Cole's Bond for
kroful. with mortgage LA. Madeira Wine 1 ,
,
2 .
disordered stomach impure e.5. 1 handsome Book Case with
4. diseases a or dated 20th Dec.,184lon J slaves. Mahogany drawer
&c. V. M. MARTIN-C. W. SMITH-THOS. THORN. bbls. old Monongahela Whiskey,
Making
and desk 2 handsome
stale of blood. CabinEt T. R. Betton's Bond for with mortgage, 1 : Carth. 1 Double Wheel P
of doz.each,old Madeira Wine,of the
$1.0. 1
boxes
_ _.-;. I' r DR. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES, C O.PARTNERSIIIP.-The undersigned have as- dated 2th April 18-,on ,cattle,hogs, Refers to of 1S23. I Newton. Gordon Co." tent Corn-Sheller, the approved article in .
i 't1 The safest, moot effectual, and pleasant preparation &iate I themselves together,and from this date and annual crops of sue. J. W. Argle,A. Bestwick S. S. Sibley TalahUe. vintage Wine Port and Claret % & Apply to J. R. .FORTUNE
coton ror. ,
: before the public. for the eradication of WORMS, in he[ will bfl united and the business con- &mue W. '* Bond for $1,0 secured by J. L.. Smalwo.R. L. Edmonds, Charapazne Maraschino CordiaN. ieb.5IS-IS.. 29 At the Tin Man\.te'

.. Children or Adults. duce by L YNCI&VINGFJIHOETS. They are mortgage on land. 12.18:0 LINDENBEHGER.Novwnber .
: i.*' HULL'S COUGH LOZEGE. prepared to descriptions of work in their line, Lewis Connei's Bond for $ ,700,secured by mort- BICHE& 19 Tax Collector's Sale.D .

ti ';'_ Will mvTENT Consumption 1 C3t atr f with fidelity and despatch and on a reasonable terms gage on land and.lue. Fay Groceries. 2IS47. Y virtue of the authority Tested in me by law,I

r Colds Asthma Spitting of mo. Pains the Side for cash or approved acceptances a any workmen in Geo. E. Dennis'Bond for$11,500,secured by mortgage hive by late arrivals from New York Course Macon. JD shall expose for sale, before the Court House
- : Shortness of Breath and Pulmonary Comt' the country. The continued patronage of the pub- on slaves and land. ALSO-I Iron Safe WE RACES.-Central ,
::'o. al t large and New Orlens. a choice selection of Gro- door, in the Qii ity of Tallahassee, on the first Monday
l I plaints. lic is most respectfully solicited. 1 Paper Case I Table. 2 large Writing Desks, 1 eries suitable for Family and Plantation use: in August next, the following described property,or
E. J.
ALSO LYNCH large Book Case, half dozen Chairs,&c. Cheese, Cofsh. .ackerel. Raisins Prunes, St. so much thereof as will be sufficient to pay the State

_ ,e "- DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS. GERARD VINGERnOE. A. A. FISHER Sh'ff.. Louis Flo'J Side Shouldf. Bacon, French and County taxes due thereon for the year 1847:
Well known a Safe Certain, and Effectual Cure -Tallahassee November C, IS-. And ex-officio Tax Col. Leon Co.
1 "A a -_ Mustard, French .ushroms. Raspberry and Current Section Township 1. Range 1. N ud E,par-
- .. : for Fever and Ague Chills and Fever, Intermittent Received by the latest Arrivals Mae 11, 1848.. 31-4.- Jellies Ginger, Lobster and Salmon porting belong to W. G.Gould.A. .

_ q .i. and al other Fevers. Price reduced to Seventy-fat Paper Shelled Almonds Currents, superior Teas, A. FISHER, Sheriff
"' -' per B.r. A LARGE assortment of READY MADE CLO Coffee. Sardines. For sale low by and ex officio Tax Collector Leon Co.

-II I L. The above ifedicines, fresh and genuine, are Cor.f.t. 111NG. SHOES BOOTS; also, a general as- BAGS OLD JAVA COFFEE BICHE& LINDENBEXGER. January 29. 1843. 2S .
_
AMES.
ale bj LEWIS & 20 November 19,
Tallahassee Fa.: L A. H. GREENBERG &CO. 50 do. Rio do. Js1. a.TW. HUTCHINS, .. .

- For certificates of recommendation, and other informstionconc.rningtbeaboveMedieinesseefutun.- October 30. Isn. 15 25. do. Laguira do. .
: : Just received and for sale Notce.ALL AUCTIONEER
by
$ ; for Wear. 18, 1S47. 9 LLOYD FLAGG. ,, legatees, entitled to dis- THE Regular Spring Meeting, over the Central ,
advertisements, and which be ob- Gods Gentemen' Spf persons
I I ; rmphets. may ,near this city,will commence on TUESDAY TJLL.1HASSEE, FLA.
otherwise intcujfed in the estateJames
of the Agents. DLUE, Black,and. Broadcloths. Fancy or the 2d day of( MAY, Tbe following attended to.int
tire of the
;: IS.S. in'any part county
or M. Sloaa late of Jefferson de-
t- .,.I:i"., 18. l81S.. 35J L) Ca.lmen. Sttnet,, Kentucky Jeans, Rich Satin Deaf and Dumb Aslu eased, are hereby notified to exhibit County their claimsnddemands Purges w ill be olere The money to be hung up at SALES solicited.
,. Vestings, et V"tiDg.Rich Satin Silvered OF D the stand ready winner of each race.
JIzrENzNCrs:
- -c Rich : within two years from this date to the
t Futue. Vetlng. Fancy Satin Cravats, a l niIE subscriber,I the resident agent of the said undersigned, or the same will be barred : and all Pvrse. H. BOND, Esq., I LLOTD & FL GC, ,
UST received or gentlemen's Boots and Shoes, 4i- Institution offers for sale in and upon indebted to said estate are requested to make Tuesday, first day. 1 mil beat, $;0 0 J. W. ARGTLE. Esq., I D. C. Wttsow, Es';.
Hats and also I'acl.
Sofa Caps; ", a large stock of ready made persons Wednes lay,second mile heats,
:s 1 handsome Mahogany tel to suit purchasers,about Four Acres mmediate 0 January 22, 1843. 27
-o Divans. For .ale by clothing,just received and (or sale by payment. Thursday' ,third day,3 mile heats. 600 _m
1. ; t i pr. of LAND situated in county of Jackson, in the JAMES R. Sheriff 0
- I, .A. ICIE a LNDEBEE S. F. BURNEY. State of Florida. Also, the Right tf Locate, to a of Jefferson County TUCIE.o Adm'r.February Friday, fourth day, best thr. in five, Thomas Jeff. Heir,

1-i .I:. _November 27,1847.. September, 1947r 10 limited extent. 19. 1848.- 31 3mLme. winning hen 800 0 ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW*
The above lands were selected at date,by Silver Cap worth $50,for second best. '
an early
,}; and Rope. DR. J. s. BOND if more than two starts.Saturdsyorbeatenhorsei.. practice in the Circuit Court in "k
WILL
;: : Bagg an experienced judge,and ire believed to be amongst 150 of ft* Middl* Circuit,sad IB thl &*

; Kentucky OFFERS hi professional services to tbe the finest in lb county. A. ELLS 0 orema Court and United State District C v*
75 Blur etUl1 A f\f\ BARRELS RATE LIME, for ,
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1OQCui1sRP._ For. l ahd the surrounding a H. DUPONT, FRT M CHARE TaUshiasis.MosUceUo.
coatrr. 4UU
--- at Col. Fi.bw .fzentofD.'P.4..frg. by A. Z HO Sr.t CnR Club
Jlt t BIRH- LNDE.BEE Otu HnlJ ,Jtnoary 29. 948. 2.
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