The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: April 8, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
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MISOSLLANIEOUS. otbereerree I. Though- Ml*. Trtriefcaat d'd
r- had only seventy pounds t-"a and tbe par ; i
THE DOUBLE SURPRISE. 'or .very small. yet ibis was one of the al{. ;!
KT KAr HOWTTT.Mft. THE FLORIDIAN cert little Christmas dinners that ever ...set J It
out or cooked. lra Trevubam bad gotneighbor a Ji

Jostrn: HILTAKD was a rich dyer in who ben cook in great fit
"foe of our large manufacturing towns, a plod. lo come in for the day; an I t ah } t
ding bard.headed man of business, who never looked beautifully ; was a damask }
but and'bt -- -- -.. tablecloth! it, with wbke a* i
lose light of the main chance once, -- -- 0 .i.. {.

I' was with,when xeven be thousand married old pounds Green's to her daughr fortune -. BY SIBLEY & DYKE, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 8, 1848. VOL. XIX-NO.. snow longed, aa ab family o Its better dtiab(1. had he J. .a 6 I t

f instead Ellen Stretton, who bad no. --- -- -- -- - -- -- -- -- -. -P_ .. __ -- bight glass and sparkling water,tad bo f f
thing He soon found out his mistake, for his had once been all the!world to him. With she held up her dress when the road wax wet.) little astonished, could he have seen bis nephew that state of alienation which had. been so which bad come among the good thing p 1.
wife was one of those unhappy-tempered wo. hasty steps he then returned to the inn, ordered 441 wish 1 rere young man for her sake !" conducted to Mrs. Trevisham's cottage painful to both.Edward in tbe last hamper. Bless I m! there was t ;
men who make every body miserable about out his chaise, drank a glass of negus, i thought Mr. Hilyard to himself; now I won. It wax a lovely afternoon, towards the closeof was a frequent, though secret, visitor dinner enough for a dozen people, an yet the r,t i
them. Ellen Stretton married also two and then drove home to his large, square house, dor who she will marry ?" and with that, aU summer ; tbe little garden wax as full o f at Mn Trevibam'a and the long history unknown guest could only eipeet tr! Mrij .
jean afterwards, not for lore, I am sorryto and his manysenants. at once, a grand idea floated into his mind. flowers as it could be, and jasmine and rose of all their was familiar to him. 1'reyham howe1er, expected l'f '.
say, and was not more happy than he. Her People talk a deal about the luxury of He would send for his nephew. Edward Grey, peeped in and clutend round the open parlor. He also knew of the five years' Christmas It grew dus and then ; the blinds T t '
hosband, whose name was Trevisham, was doing good." Mr. Joseph Hilyard determined and adopt him at his son, and he should marry window, and thfre sat Mrx. Trevisham in her present, and of all their fruitless conjectures: were drawn d"n ; !il was nearly five,and tb I ; I'
also adler, as hard a headed man as Hilyard, that he would enjoy this luxury ; but he did this good and pretty daughter of widow Tre mourning, and Kitty in a pretty pink dress and a to who their unknown friend could be. hearts of Mrs* Tremham and her daughterbeat
Lot without his good qualities. He was always not say a word to any one-not a syllable visham. It was a splendid idea. This nephew black silk apron ; her lovely dark brown hair, "You will dine with us, Ewar on Christ anxiously ; so, no doubt, would Ewar t:: i 1
in law with somebody ; be had a de pe. He thought a deal about the cottage fire.side wax the son of his only sitter,, who bad fastened up in its simple knot, and no single mae day ?" said the mother ; no doubt Grels had be seen his uncle along jt 1 44.
rate lawsuit with Hilyard about the fence of! and seventy pounds a.year. Christmas day married a poor schoolmaster in the country. ornament about her, excepting her own dear but wo shall have our usual dinner, but at ,I towards the house in a cab attd in I rvery :
their drying grounds, which unfortunately ad. was not far off and he remembered that pco- She had often asked him to do something for smiles and affectionate eyes, looking just like events you wi come 1" Edward promised, bpd humor, although he to makd 1
Joined; it was but a small thing to quarrel pie could not have fine Christmas dinners this, her eldest son ; he was said to be a fine a rose, and every bit as I\"tet, a she told Ed. i and went determined this should! be himself very agreeable to the two ladies. .' 1
about, but, like a rolling snowball, it grew at with only seventy pounds a year. Two days scholar; a very gentlemanly young man, of ward Grey, who from the first moment he saw the last visit he woul pay to this beloved fam. The cab stopped at the little green gattj ,
>every turn, and, in the end, brought on his before Christmu.datherefore, the carrier'scart excellent principles, and he was now six-and- her was quite in a bewilderment of dclght, fly without his unce'. knowledge, far he would and the house*door opened. It was a very ;f I
", un. He lost his lawsuit, and then he died, stopped at Mrs. Trevisham's cottage, and twenty. lie could not think bow he bar bow she and the servant maid set one make an opportunity if he did notjffn/Zone, that undigniied house j one was obliged to g ;4
fearing,: his affairs in a very bad state. When left, carriage paid, a large hamper. It was never done anything for him before ; he full morning, at five o'clock,to look 'for (uihrooms very evening. Te good uncle, to full of the through the kitchen into the parlor, but j
J all were wound up, the crcditers, out of com. I carried into the little kitchen, and the little all at once as if he had been a hard-heartec in the meaows because her mother was so delight of bavin sent off a still more bounli. was no avoiding it ; I the little mad-eryat: J: ,.
passion to the widow, whom every body re. servant-maid summoned her mistress to openit. wretch : never, till that day, had he :given a fond of m, bow she found, under a so fully supplied hamper than usual, together witha Itooith the door wide open, and Mrs. Tre
t t spected, gave up sufficient to secure her and penny even to a Ragged School. Well, be which seemed to have been cut out for letter, of which we shall speak anon sat saw that there was only one gu>st in: r: :
" her only child, a daughter, an annuity of seventy Dear me what can it be ?" exclaimed would turn over a new leaf now ; h. would prse.[ a gold watch and chain ; she said that evening in his easy housecoat and slip stead of two, and that be was rather A stout f: '
t pounds for her life. Mrs. Trovitham, as the girl hastily cut the send for his nephew, get him married to this .1 astonished that she did not know pers by the parlor fire, the very image of good gentleman, buttoned up to the chin in a greatcoat ,t
. Hilyard had been a fierce adversary to the strings, and opened the creaking lid of the poor, but good girl, and then he should no what to do, and as she thought that most likely humor, as his nephew entered. The fire with a bawl read his neck. She bad ,
husband, and the widow felt a peculiar griefto ham;>u. "Kitty come here !l" and Kitty longer be ashamed of himself. same thief had hidden it there, she brought it burned brightly, so did the lamp ; tea came Cot the least idea who he was: She felt con: t '
see herself in some measure, ruined by his came instantly out of the parlor with her sew. Little did sweet Kitty Treviiham know of away ; that there was no name in it except in, and the urn bubbled and hissed, tho' iderably elcilt and be, we must confess, r'i
means ; till she was not without comfort, even ng in her hand, which, however, she soon the schemes which were working in the head ing the maker's name, and that \8: London there were only two men to and this was 1 him.lf and yet, &I have said t'r
)ta depressed Circumstances ; she had good threw'down to help in unpacking! the hampera of the respectable gentleman who was follow. name ; that she and her mother considered meal, which seems so p peculiarly to require thepresence twice before, fifteen hundred a-yearj ;-
Health, a cheerful disposition, a heart full of turkey, a ham, a dozen mince-pies, so ing her. She was going to the Ragged School what had better be done ; they thought of ad. of woman, yet hare been and be had paid fur the dinner which be now ? .
lore both to God and man: a beloved daugh. beautifully packed that not one was broken, a for a couple of hours that evening and she vertising, and then it occurred lo them that I difcul to find a better image of comfort than came to eat. .
let, whom she herself was able to educate game.pie, and almonds and raisins, and delicious was thinking of nothing:: but her poor lchoara.: she might inquire of some of the watchmakers presented. Mrs. Tremham stood al the parlb'r i door id : iy < .
well, And beyond all-now that poor llr.1rnishq \ fruit for desert, and a dozen of wine In a month's time, Edward Grey was at his in the town if the watch had ever benin U Now" thought the nephew, "I will tell I' receive him ; he took off his hal In the kitch: :
: \ was gone-peace and comfort at 44 Who can have sent them 1 What can it uncles, as handsome a young man as his their hands ; that she did *o,anJ oon him." f'n, and stood with his uncovefed and bal j
her fireside, such as the had never known in mean?" exclaimed both mother and daughter.It mother had described him, with an open coun one who (told her that he had sold i only a .Now,'* thought the undo! 441 will make bead before her. She saw at once i
her more prosperous days. Let nobody was long since Mrs. Trevisham had hada tenance, and a great deal of decision in his few weeks before, to Mr. Hiljard, fi'r his: ne. the attack." Nevertheless,the lea was drankin was her own old friend, the adversary of j 1 I
claim at this, but it is true that when she CI-I regular Christmas dinner of her own ; now manner. He was one of those men who in phew, and that to him it belonged ; and, in silence. ujbancl- the aricld of daughter's! lover. :t
the' words. ** Better i i. a- flintier of- herbs and then she and her daughter were askedout reality do not need any one to help them on in confirmaton. he showed her an advertisement "Uncle s" -at- 1.ntJ b e gars .mo. __u__ ___ 441 feel l rrfi self rather in an awkward poei.iorl f :
love,-I than'a stalled ox and dissension there. but not often ; nowhowever, here was a life ; 'the elements of success are in them n paper; offcriog a reward for this very My dear fellow," interrupted juunjj the uncle ; my drr madam," he began ; but nd f
with," she could say 'amen," from her entire splendid dinner for them, and who must they selves ; and men ofthis character are not suchas I watch. And now here it was, and it was impossible u but go on-what were you going to 1" sooner bad he uttered these yar than Ed. 1.; 1
heart. invite to partako of it' Oh, there were can have a path chalked out for them by : for Kitty to tell him the pleasure she "I beg your pardon,my dear sir,after say you," ward Grey darted from the Kitty at the[ .
Hilyard had gained the lawsuit, and his ad- plenty! of poor folks who should have some oft another. J seph Hilyard found his nephew avery i had in restoring it to him. said Edward, with a ceremonious manner tery parlor fire, and seizing his hand, fldaime. } t
. unary was dead. There was: a triumphfor ; that was! soon decided ; and then nothing different person to what he expected ; beI I The watch had become often times its for. unusual to him. God bless you, my dear unleI' you 'r:
, him !f" people said ; but he did not find it I was thought of for tho rest of the evening but fancied that he would be pliable and extreme mer value a he received it from her hand.- I .'Vei my dear lad," bean t the uncle in Mid is this you Ed ward r Good heaven I s
exactly so. When the manUS dead and I who could have sent this present 1 They Jy grateful, and that he should open his plans How he longed to kiss that band HP was I goo 6& may 8 well tell you at first boW you here 7" I
gone, and his drying-grounds added to his 1 could not imagine ; it migld be this person andit to him with respect to Kitty Trevisham, immediately the last man in the worl to make fine speeches -I have often wished to tell you-I 441 never .so glad in all my life, xaidEdward 3
remembrance of the be that but it but there but his : helping his uncle efl'with his coat r ., f
own,many a reproachful might ; they hardly thought was an independenceabout expressed something to see you married.: '
widow and her child came to his mind. His could be They never guessed the fight pCr- I him which it did not seem safe to inter of what he felt. And then Mrs. Trevisham Very strange," said the nephew,joyfully ; for now a great light begin lo dawn into his t ,
own wife, who had been the thorn in his side son-how indeed should they ? ere with, ind almost an indifference about began to say that in former times she had .4 but I was just going to tell ynu that 1 a.mry mind. '.1 declare I don't know hew to express !
and the quill: -feather in the down pillow for so It was now five years since the first Christ. the large income of which, if be pleased, he known Mr. Hilyard ; that unfortunately there much disposed to get married." my pleasure to think of me&tin?* you" under >- 1: j
many years, had, in process of time, like poor mas dinner was sent ; and at the same time might be the heir ; so that his uncle felt! prettysure had been a law.suit between her late husbandand 44 What the deuce ; you have no girl in ibis roof of all pieces in the world. ,.y s ,
Mr. Trevisham: gone to her long rest, and precisely, for the next four years, did the same if he all at once revelled his designs, his him, and thu when she was young she your eye, have you ?" asked he, as the idea ** And to think of" ,meeting you here; returned r: i
then he thought with himself whether he I carrier's cart bring the same present, or slight nephew would turn restive on his hands ; and hd thought very well of him. Grey said truck him, that perhaps his nephew might be the uncle." You rttust excuse me, my ;
should not realize the dream of his youth, and I ly varied, to the widow's house. It was a there was at the same time so much manlinessand his uncle was the best man living ; that engaged to some girl at his native place. dear madam, said he, turning to Mrs. Trevisi r J t
make atonement for the wrongs of his former pleasant mystery ; it was a real comfort to straightforward honesty ofcharacler about he had given him the watch, but that "a no. 44 Yes, I have," replied Edward. ham ; and he then sal down in a large chair I
by marrying the ",'idoTrerisba.m.. know that there was somebody who cared that him, that he could not help feeling respect! for thing to his having taken him into business, What (be dickens coul make you think by the fire, feeling almost overcome Mrs !::
S-ars a deal about it ; he had never much for them. Rut the delicacies of that him. Besides this," as the foreman raid, which was :great thing for him, who was of such a thing 1 How I know who Trevisham was hardly less so. I
you "
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her for in fact it Christmas alone the business and the eldest of have My good lady, he said, at length, : ;.
spoken to years ; was years provision were not eaten by he took very kindly to and poor a large family. Mrs chosen-what right had you to choose o
since he had her for the widow and her Trni"ham had evident in feel now if I bad done tery wrong; I .: ;. ,
BOW seen ; though they daughter ; some poor seemed as one so thoroughly to understand it, pleasure hearing for youueJ 1" a .
dwelt in the same town, he J lived in a large neighbor, some sick woman or man, or invalid bat there was no doubt of his becoming a anything to his advantage ; and how astonish Soby had xo great a right to choose for ought not to have been 1 abrupt. 1 bawl .,. t ,
square stone house which a lawyer had built, chill, was always a partaker ; and, as to most valuable assistant or partner.: ed the uncle would Lave been could he have me as mysef": said Edward, astonished. done the whole! thing clumsily. .- t
and he had bought, in one suburb, and she, ; the wine, :Mrs. Trevisham's! little cellar was They were, in fact, two of the most excel. hear all that his nephew had said in his his uncle, raising. himself Mrs. Trevihar said truly that it gave bad her f
since her misfortunes called without She and her lent that and in praise in his chair extreme pleasure to find that Mr. Hilyard :: !
: as they were I none'er a supply. men ever met ; yet, some re. and looking very angry, 44I had )
lived in a little cottage-a very little one-in da 'gbter only drank a glass now and then, on specter, they were so different in character, Kitty went on with her sewing, and the mother chosen a wife for you before I had seen too ; ben their friend for*1. many years. 'r t .t,
an opposite direction. He questioned, as I very extraordinary occasions ; on Christmas hat while they remained in any degree! strangers and he talked a great deal. He sat with don't interrupt me, sir," said he, seeing his rb'e It1.; now; ;T\itfr turn to tomb. r.nnJ;i ti' "' 1
said whether he should her but fur instance when drank the healthof other worked the watch in his hand and the wonder 4 f piiin-I-the kind :
marry some- day they ,:: to each they ill together.Edward is, that nephew about to speak ; aad I should not '
way or other, the idea seemed strange ; he their unknown benefactor; but the sick Grey was unlike any person with he did not commit some extravagance or other, have sent for you if I had not wanted. bus- the Ragged )looJ: ,' t ; t
thought people would talk amazingly if he did. poor of that populous neighborhood had manya whom his uncle had come in contact ; as yet be felt so inconceivably happy. He said that band for this good little girl. It was no merit His .eyes glistened ai he spoke to ber, and _' t
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No his marrying days were over, he decided. vial-bottle filled from her store, which often he had been sole king and master of his the thief who had stolen the watrh"H 1::. _t T...*. ik.. -J- -- ,-,.. -.raw uij s" then FLiwani erfmpelled w.-aim- ** .wl.. jr..sJL ; I 1
.j People saw him buttoned up in his good did more good than physic. Indeed, dear world ; he had no Klea but of remaining to, her*, never imagined the blesin he was teem and admiration for her ; and I have made r.r ," said be, and t &be spoke he toC ,
broadcloth, going steadily about his business reader, I cannot tell you all the good which and now here was a young man whom he had onfrrring upon him. He not explain his up my mind, sir, either you shall marry her, or band "we had made our t.
and making his fifteen hundred a year, and these Christmas presents did to Mrs. Trevi introduced into it, carrying every thing his meaning, but Mrs. Trevisham knew very she shall be my heir;" and wilh this the uncle .Kittys ; the guest up be who he
I never suspected one atom of the romance sham and her poor neighbors.One own way, and that with the utmost quietness well what he meant, and perhaps Kitty did, crossed his Jeg and threw himself back I I might ; and tonight you, above le all, have a right to i,
which bad taken possession of his naturally day, when it was getting rather dusk, and apparent self-complacency. He never for she blushed as she went on with her work. in his chair, in very determined and dogmat. know our secret. This is my affianced wife; ;r
I good heart. One day ho took a drive to the Mr. Hilyard took another walk up that lane." asked his uncle's leave for what be did, and lie had offered, in his advertisement, 10 pounds cal manner. us have blessing !I" ** -T
little suburdan village in which the widow A gentleman overtook him ; it was the good yet he established directly Temperance So. for tbe recovery of his watch, but he never Very _extraordinary" said the nephew, ina le The uncle your teok the two clasped binds in his; 'i :?.
lived, and leaving his chaise at the inn, I. parish doctor : they walked on together and iety: among the men, and set about forming a thought of offering it either to the mother or tone in which his wounded feeling was very and pressed them warmly, bb be said ttWord. t '
strolled up the lane in which her cottage fell into discourse. :Mr. Hilyard was one of Mechanics' Institute for the whole town Mr. daughter ; he would much more likely have evident, but if that be the case, I must do Do .
stood. He had no idea of making a call, not those rich men who had not done much actual Hilyard, as we have said, was full of all sorts offered his heart and his life ; however, he the best for myself thai I can ; at the same Dinner was placed en the table. He ;,
the slightest in the world, he only wanted to good with their m :ney. The fact was, he of grand benevolent schemes a short time left a handsome present for the man who had time I must say that your ideas are arbitrary ; sal with their two bands ia his ; be wiped i ai.
i see the place. It was a very small cottage ; had never thought about it ; he subscribed to Before, and approved Temperance Societiesand etched him ; and who was a poor gardner I knew nothing of these conditions, and I great tears from his eyes, and then, in the .'t. p
.. two gentlewomen, living I on seventy pounds : the Bible Society and Foreign Missions, and schools for the people, yet now he was with a large family, and after he had taken tea came to you in good faith. I wished to love voice possible, said that they -f
l t<.year could not afford a large house. i the Tract Association, and as be paid his angry with his nephew for zealously co-ope- with them, and walked in the little garden, IOU as a father, and to serve you &an obedient eteruIel now go to dinner, fer that be .de1: ;J ?
' "It cannot Le above eight or nine pounds work people's wages regularly, he thought he rating in them. Perhaps he was displeased and helped Kitty to tie up the carnations, betook son ; and fathers do not commonly impose perately hungry, and after dinner they weald '' ,
a.year," mused he to himself; "a kitchen: a I did all that was required of him. He was a that men of influence in the place-great phi. his leave, promising to visit them again wives upon their sons ; besides," added he, talk about these things; ; ,
parlor, and two bedrooms and a little wash. stranger, of course, to the doctor, and they anthropists with whom he had never had anything before long.If cheerfully, as a new idea struck him ; u bow After; dinner, when the deuer was on the ."} t
house at the back, that must he all ; but it is I began to talk about the poor, of whom this to do, should seem to court his nephew's bis watch had been suddenly encircled do you know that the young lady you have table, how merry the undo was at the expense i; t"
prodigiously neat, and a mighty pretty garden.. good man knew so much. lie said how much acquaintance as they did, stranger though he with diamonds, it could not have been more done me the honor of selecting for me, wiruld of his nephew \ and he Ibid. how he bad "by : y
Ellen was always fond of flowers ;" and with more the wealthy ought to do for the poor was to them all ; it was a sort of tacit reproof >recious. His uncle told him angrily that he like me 1" chance" met with the doclor and beard 1:!
that the sunny, rose scented days of their youth than they commonly do; that it was often to himself and it annoyed him. But let the toped he never would loose it again. There She would !" laid the uncle ; ihe'x a Kitty and the Ragged School, abu _.> > i
came to his memory bewitchingly. They those in straightened circumstances who were fault be where it would, the uncle and the vas no danger of that.Thi. goo girl ; one just of your sort ; fond of Temperance thought first her an an Ie. !5: P
keep a girl no doubt, to do the housework ; their greatest benefactors ; and then he proved nephew did not get on *o comfortably ether aflair of a watch did not tend to abet Socities and Ragged Schools, and self and theft fnlofmakinc sending oferbim ne: ri
they could not afford a servant at full wages," this by saying bow much a lady and her as they ought to have done, when a little circumstance r understanding between uncle and ne. such thing. I don't know one like her." phew, and then he o warned that he wax j t
continued his musings ; I wonder if any of daughter, who lived in that very lane, and seemed, for the moment, to be the >hew, and spite of all Edward Grey's assidu. ," said the nephew, with half a a obstinate man Kitty, and that ha f'
their relatives help them?-but, p.or thing, whose income was under a hundred a.year, one drop to the full cup of the uncle's displeasure ity in the business, he could not find the way mile on his lips, if these be her reeommendattons would very not guided young by his good old uOcl. _4 j| t:
she had so few relations, and none of them did for their poor neighbors ; how the mother and made it overflow abundantly.He into his uncle's affections. the girl thai I wished to make my who meant b xo well by him i ; and then ,i 3 Ji
rich, and he was such a spendthrift that he visited them, and was a friend under all circumitances had, immediately on his coming, made "There is something cold about him, said wifo loves Temperance Societies and Ragged bad lo him how it was the 10i -''3 !;
drained his own family-I don't believe there ; and when they were ill sent them his nephew a present of a handsome gold lilyardto himself; "a very good young man Schools! also, watch ,,tel had brought bim acquainted with! ".k (
Is one that would help her ; the Trevithams the best of wine, which was often the means watch and chain ; and this the young man lost be is, there's no doubt of that-but I hate your The devil take her !" said the uncle in and how happy they had ever fc
bare not a bit of heart among them !1" of their recovery, though he questioned if one day when he was bathing. It was a nost : ,good: people ; h is not the husband for my great wrath, fur all at once he fancied it must since Kitty, with only one drawback, bin( was; V J. a
So pondered Mr. Hilyard as he walked upI either she or her daughter drank wine themselves distressing thing to him, and he could only titty-after shall be forced to have her be the daughter ef some of those philantbro- that his uncle was such a haaly-te'mpered pos t '\
lie lane ; in a little while he made a stand, for they had beenthe, means of establishing surmise, that some dexterous thief had stolen myselr" and with that he laughed amazingly. pie people who had been so assidiously court. itive man, who would not allow his nephew f,>
and turning round, took a steady survey of the a Temperance Society which had it from his clothes as they lay on the river's a deal about both Kitty and her ng his nephew's acquaintance, and of whom who wished to so dutiful to him, the right t J
back of the cottage. There was little to be done a deal of good. Ho said that this Mrs. bank. He said nothing to his uncle of his mother, and one day he was at the trouble of he knew nothing ; and taking up his bed. to choose a b for himself and bow this :?
Ken but a thick bolly.bedge, a green water. Trevisham was the kindest and most Chris loss, for so grieved: was he to have failed, as going to the Ragged School, where he thought candlestick, be went to his room without ano. said wi ked uncle had broken his ,n.. K t
f Lau, the little backrkitchenTindow, the cot. tian woman he knew, and that it was a pity he felt he had done, in winning his affection, bat be might have some talk with h .- ther word. pbew's heart by quarrelling Dear with bim altotit r.. $ \
: Cage roof; and one chimney. It was about that she had not the means of doing all the hat he was unwilling still further to displease There she was, as cheerful .a lark, and The neat morning his uncle, in a much his intended wife. ...I. .
; the middle November, in the afternoon, good she might ; and her daughter, he said, him by this apparent carelessness. In his fresh a a flower, among the little ragged ur. cinder voice then he expected, told him that There was a deal ofiaughter and merriment, **3'
and Mrs. Trevisham and her sweet daughter was a pattern to all young ladies ; he believed heart, Edward! Grey regarded his uncle as a bins, and the very expression of their laces, he had made an engagement for him to dine though it was only of '
a acr ws -
; Kitty, then just turned fifteen, were sitting at that she and her mother were obliged to make second father; but he was not one of those and the tones of their voices were changed as out with him on ChrUtmas-day, which was on there a Christmas' party tft for ; 'ti )
I the little parlor fire, the daughter reading and. out their income by doing needlework, but for who could make professions, and as his uncle they approached her. The master cf the the morrow, and therefore he begged that he out England, where arty there, high I*threagli love 4. \ II
was true
the mother at her sewing. Kitty had just put i all that, the daughter found time to teach in seemed cold and distant, he determined quietly school had not words enough to praise her, would be in readiness at the hour which be and kind-heartedness to found.more u"
OQ some coal, and the little servant-maid inthe I the Ragged School, which never would have to go on fulfilling every duty, trusting to time and Kitty had no idea, not the least in the named. Edward was engaged already ; be After ibis day the coarse b ef this ffue lov'a X s }g,
little kitchen had just broken up her fire i been established but for her, and that she her. and circumstances for making all strait be. world, that it was for her sake thai this goo told his uncle so, and that in a voice of as muchconciliation ;
smooth I fc
was exceedingly, and sunshiny,that
aDd put the kettle on for tea ; there was only, self gave half a-gulnea to its funds.. tweeD tbem. man now visited the school, and left a possible. Another one dropto it certainly s l would have become *'
ul said, one chimney to the cottage, and Mr. Joseph Hilyard pulled out his large, The watch bad been lost a week when it him a second donation. the full cup of his uncle's displeasure; and had not Mr. Joseph insisted monotonous wed., +}.",
these movements at the two fires had sent the well filled green silk.purse, and gave the doc. came to his uncle'x knowledge, and that accilently. How odd it will be." thought Mrs. Tre. he cup, as usual, flowed over. by of Hilar the on a : r
.b smoke curling out of the chimney which made tor five pounds for this school, which, he said, A person came to the countin .house \i.ham. the day after Edward Grey bad do. We said that I letter accompanied the bam. ding held in May.way variety j so wedding was (-1
quite a picturesque effect against the dull gray must be put down as from a friend, and then where they both were, and asked whether Mr. cart his passion and been accepted, &for per t Mrs: Trevisham's ibis year ; and dido The find Ifl fcH i
November sky. Aad it was at this very smoke taking leave of the good man, he turned back, Edward Grey bad not lost something. My Kill to be Mr. Hilyard'x niece ; I wonder ; and a letter which occasioned some ex.citeraent handsome young,boiur people, far from the a liin.. ?
which Mr. Joseph Hilyard, with his comfortable and walked slowly down the lane. Again the watch !I" said the young man, joyfully' ; "a what he will say, and whether he has forget at ftriiiely: ; it said that the friend )Mrs.no Tnvisham still large z.'S:
income of fifteen hundred year, now cottage chimney smoked, and again his heart gold watch and chain ; [ lost them a week ten those old times 1 Edward thinks ha will who had for some years the pleasure of the square one. she kepi ia t
though was not there 1
stood looking; he was not, however, noticing was as warm as if be had sat by its fire. He I ago l I"His be pleaed though he is to rich- -bul then E ending the fttfiall I present, proposed to eat theChristmas cottg her insisted her 3
the effect but in schemes of undo astonished and and in love and I know fIr hubn on b. : t
picturesque imagination, was filled with all sorts of grand was enraged.- dinner with them on ibis occasion, ing mostly with Tery often J
Was picturing to himself! the little householdthat beneficence ; he would do-he did not know 44 Was the watch then of BO little value that be once thought a deal about money.." and would also take the liberty of bringing a the. too t
Hilyard wax theo ; u be had of late ?
was assembled beside the fire from which i what, for such excellent :people as these.- he could lose it and say nothing about it 1"- It was Edward Grey's intention candidly to young friend with him. The band.writing so wise an for what i
this smoke proceeded. You may take my While he was thus vaguely thinking, ho ap. In twenty different ways he could look at this ell his uncle that he had fallen in love with a was unknown to them ; it was very different grown might !when a a aclion care in pilule tioa : > .
word for it, that Joseph Hilyard, middle-aged proached the cottage ; the door opened, and affair and be made angry by it. He never pretty, penniless girl, some day when he was had to that which had been f.ria to Mrs. he made say up his go to rsQide ras the que widow, '
baa and dyer though he wax, bad very vividImagination out came kitty Trevisbam, in her dark merino tad lost bi own watch, and if he had, he in a good humor; and it was his uncle's inten. Trevisham its former days.Of course they Trevisham to her p \'I"
for the picture which be thus dress, plaid shawl, and straw bonnet, with should been at some trouble t have found ton also to tell his nephew all about tweet weuld bo very glad to see* their kind unknown and remove fo giv his up lacge, cottage house altogether in the,
MW warmed his heart to its very core ; the dark blue ribbon. She looked at Mr. Hilyard it, etc., etc. Kitty: Trevisham, some day when they were frien and his companion, yet still there was character of his wife. suar .,
broadcloth in which he wax enveloped was as she came out, and theq walked briskly on Grey thought his uncle unreasonable l in be. talking about schools for the people, an such : anxiety in the bottom of their and the Christmas Te, weddag-1une'l.
nothing to the warmth of his heart.! He walk. ax if she had business in(hand. She was a ing thus angry without hearing him say one things, for then he thought he should able! : hear as to who it ttorfd t iris oat lo be. I. the 25th1 of December, 1847. together f}
*d back again past the little green-gate which sweet bright looking creature with the kind. word in his own defence. I seemed to him to interest him about the young teacher at tbe ,I was who wished tbf'mel., no O
led to the house door ; a little girl wax coming eat eyes that were ever set in a human coun that there wax much more sid than the occa. RaMe School. He fancied that he could doubt ; ibey only hoped that prove 'Eloyifnt F&trt.:-Tbe Mecklenburg I.
tip.ith. a milk-can, aDd, turning in at the tenance. When she came within sight of the lion warranted, and for that reason he was silent dr! i a very pretty picture of her in the midst t b one from they would like to re. Jeffersonian, speaking of I be Union of the .
CUt,knocked at the door. He wax a wealthy parlor-wiadow she looked towards it, smiled and by ibis means bit uncle did not knoW of her forlor group, ", he thought, con. : a r.o.Ve. rftwiys feel anxious States uses the followrag etoque'nl
-, u we know, and a girl taking milk to sweetly and nodded; Mr. Hilyard looked also, bow much he had auttre nor what paint be xidering his nephew's philanthropic propenst.ties i when a mystery, however a1!! is about to h Like otfe .r.t those wonderotai figure : '
*\ house would have excited no interest and there stood the mother, in her plain cap bad, in truth, tl recovery of bit would, very likely, make a deep hnprex- I solved. At al events glad tones read by.tbe old Whirls rocking the ,
u II mind ; and yet be Mopped to see who I and black dress, and nodded affectionately: to loss. lion upon biro. i Edward Grey would be there j and, lei the figure of child might cats Dri t la fts"centre
*?d*pea the door to take this pennyworth I her daughter. This little circumstance ex. The uncle was not only very angry, but Simmer and autumn wen now over.- I unknown friend turn C to be whoever he yet the might ofnJl. i. slept t
of !t It WM owl J the little servant girl. pressed ,a great deal; mother and daughterwere very much grieved ; in his anger ie declaredit Christmas wax approaching. There had I might they _agreed Kitty's engagement more frorfl iu oar ConstilutioaJ crtny is r
At the bottom ef the'little garden be Hopped all tbo world to eacjj other ; there was wax the last present that he ever would ba, ax one may say, a cessation of bostili- I to Grey should b made known lolim. nicely poised plt altar 'A so
SWi west looked at the front of the collage ; the most perfectly! good j understanding be. make him, and yef, next moment he threw for some time, between uncle and nephew, sway with aD breath of opinion atws, w& '
the fire wu burnIng in parlor and< kitchen tureen them, and the la* look even fur an him ten Ivrign an told hint to go and leif they were Crtl.n silently approaching I Tbe unknown fiDd wle bad sent much rooted eer the bitfl aid rt5rl of j
ant La low wkkin, for it was getting dusk, absence of an hour or t"q. wax full of affec be get bak watch for that money, each .other a mul good faith, more that. hnf u t&> on this oli: ; people, thai the wildest storm of treasonand '
ZT.S7.. doe 1***window* stood Kitty reading, tionate intelligenceShe I which he did net believed they took the mo. still neither of than fotfnd. ppiio mo I >ropoeed to- be for fanaticism kteaJcofe'r la vain." t
Jf* J4 gape to the window for light,- walked on briskly, and he followed ; ney tu ungraciously given, and went out meat for which they were aa EW Gray, fr. was there' a two; i
otrtliae of the benUliead, aDd the joutb.I8 she had achftO alprttljjfigure. She walk. with .town, who said be .&sent bj the I Ipn waabeginarng to Kkt the other so wo1.tbiti. which be aid Kitty A 'little girl bearing ber mother tar aba
14 it bs ?!'a. .ill warmer glow to bis awl; ed uoeowroonlr well, and, bad a remarkably l bo,bad found the Wl L ''J } almost feared to make the took ttf mfcie tka'J parlor to look u'prt was going ia half! ming, inqur i aajjf
waded him of that Ellen Streltoa who pretty foot to od ankle, .at ,lie omU leO when! Hiljard would have beat no- : ", 18 i shooM throw them back into .u posefHe,'with .beriied holly,h a her re tint "half f.*.



ff : i :

: : ;' _ _ _: l J- -i I it i. Dofittroos.
4.: will( crumble into dot, and per FLOBJDIANT'X.XT 111i
1-1f' 'i4" THE FEDERAL ish. inte1l o Fia 1 b tnt,,.
:- The sketch of Louis Philippe and LATER NtOX znoPE. -- tamed with daring the
1 ,i' : The Wartington cormpondent of the Ohio following DAY The government became con. -- rammer and Mi.

1' '! : ,. .. ., Statesman givf the following specimen oflhe1 his government previous the late outbreak, Republicanism Establuhed i FL stituted provisional by an or rather by the US ALONE. The Go.orDr, ia his speech,ran hastily.u tie

t '-L l { i' '; Federal dance in 1849. The figure runs, may be interesting at the present time. Philippe in England- Mal4. free choice of uuration. But, however that shortness of time required,over the varioot mbWt,

I! \. t 1 : briefl/, thai : The Government of France consisted of eleven member established a su i Saturday, Ap 8, 1848. to b thought of daring this ceovut. He en. ,;,
: may ,.
J. branches ihe the Chamber of Petersburg Rrjn&Kttn, ult. b --- --
three King -- of the
'" i TOKWAKD IRt"FFLE.t Frt T 2l at the Hotel D'Ville. Roy- strongest approval .policy of the

r .. 4 ::.' General TAylor is in favor of Clay ; there. Peers and the Chamber of Deputies. The The following despatch announcingjhe arrival ally promo and authority, have been swept away i ia is DEMOCRATIC }OMI (ATION8. I rat ion- He considered the Wilmot Pro aa

't".i :i'; I (fore he i is a Whig. King held the executive power, commandedall of the Steamer Caledonia was reite few brief peerage hour* ; but hunger, gaunt hunger, great question for the Sooth ID the coming.th
.J .. has the the naval and military forces,declared war, at our office yesterday about half! past FOR GOYCHNOK Or TLOH1DA : for e"t
'! l')' a General Tiylor whipped ; 11'co and one hundred thousand mouths, jawing a. th Presidency. Ter. mal not b any
r.", ) ';" therefore: be wilt take with the people. made: treaties, and appointed all the officers It gives I'Ut.' a meagre outline of r.und the seat government, and something GEN. WILLIAM BAILEY. on that. O rights demand firm and "; ,falt.

J. tl. :" General Taylor can l he made use of; therefore Government. He also made the ordinan. brought over by the steamer, but enough to was to be done immediately to appease themultitude I ma CONGBEM : There mast b D yielding no stepping btck. WiU

i ] ;:::'' : he will do for the present. ces necessary for executing the la\ s. The show that it is very important and 'to produce *. A gigantic system outdoor relief WILLIAM P. DUVAL. mot Proviso men mast b repudiated and rejected by

Chamber of Peers was formerly hereditary ; feverish anxiety to the \ These
a get
4 '. BACK SHUFFLE.G e\ais. was conceived and immediately executed. ; every Southern man. He said nothing abovt
1-.. letter. but its members of late have been nominatedfor we shall hasten to lay before our as TOR FKCS1DENTIAI. rLKCTORS: Mr.
nral written
: Taylor has
.. a Formidable legions of National Guards were C.uu we were led to contrast this .
: 'tJ j '! : General Tlor says be is a no party man. life by the King, who was obliged to select lon as we receive them. then formed at a stipend per day. These GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, Of St. John. position with that be has taken. Mr. C. did bU]

4 c' ..' General 'Talor* will not make rash promises them from lho'e who had held public officers RICHMOND, March: 28, 1 j P. M. have been packed t8 the frontiers. The CHARLES II. DUPONT, Of Gad. hesitate to tote for a man .

..... t. .,' ; therefore his availability as a Whig certain kinds. The Chamber of Peers The steamer Caledonia has arrived. Republicanism between of employers and the em. JOHN MILTON, Of Jackson Cwnty.Gen. highest office i in the gift Pb Congress to and one of the
compact ; i. .
could in its unless is established in France her independence -------- 0 it
.. not act legislative capacity -
,,1 : .1 .. candidate is doubted. ployed was broken, and in a short time a decree tempting to explain this vote,10 ofi
1., the Chamber of also in session. England Bel. Acceptance war tb
Deputies was acknowledged by Bailey's .
1 EIGHT was limitting the hours of la- it threatens him with, he deeper and
I ; t' of ." General Taylor has been asked his opinions. The Chamber Deputies consisted of mem gium, Switzerland, and Austria, and other surrounding passed We have been placed in possession of the follow the mite. This step let ha* led him dr it

i eneral Taylor has studied politics. hers who were chosen every five years by nations. Louis Philippe and other bor.The ing correspondence, by which it will be seen that wrong 4 t
: also to be propitiated. and mistake the
l : : journals were we greatly signs of
: t "- General Taylor has mined himself. 459 colleges distributed among the Departments Royalists in England. Al Europe is tramen I Accordingly, the stamp duty. was removed, the nomination made by the !late Madison Conrrn- : day of glory it not past if the charitable tb tile mantle i his

,:; .,. Therefore he is not a Whig. according to the population. The dously agitated, and people are leaning but these and numerous other decrees tion has been accepted by Gen. BAILEY: oblivion does not cover-him forever .
,, t convoked the Chamber Deputies and towards No in "i ) aRt
4 LEFT; SHL'FFLK.c King more fighting MADISON COURT Hoc e, &i
I : Rep'lhlcanism. the does the
hungry, nor Such
satisfy Congress.
: : General Taylor has won another 'battle. might dissolve it, but if he did, he was obliged France- flvord people. Italy turn. of one large class who earn their bread taxing by March 23d, 1919. ) in the South who"i yield.necessarily from resolute b late e.
: def
4 General lor popular. to convoke a new one within three months. ing towards a Republican form of goernment. Sir: The undersigned Committee appointed| > by ** t
Taj immensely
industry, in order that another class car. the Sooth. such conduct
may Against ,
> General Ta\Ior will be the peoples's candi. To be eligible as a Deputy, it was necssa. Riots in London, Liverpool, and Bel the late Democratic Convention, announce to you tb general .
: -I; a musket on the frontier in the garb ofa of the Governor well
date. Therefore he is a Whig. ry to be 30 years of age, and to be the payer gium. This is the most important news that ry Q that you were nominated by that body a a candidate marl may b Ipplie. Tke
National Guard, tend to carry out, to its legitimate difference between the two is a _
,, ,. ': PATRIOTIC SHUFFLE. ofa direct tax of 500 francs (about 8100)) ; has ever come from Europe. Money de. end the old received Jacobin doctrine (or the office of Govecnor. one, and .1
') *" S Mr. Clay eats his dinner. and to be a voter, it was necessary that a man pressed. and We take great pleasure in conveying this information leave to Southern men to say which n most entitle**
liberty, equality fraternity. to their confidence.
.. Mr. Clay is a patriot. should pay an annual tax of200 francs. The Breadstuff unchanged-nothing of Cotton. another decree has forth that to you, not only because your nominationwas
a number of electors in France in proportionto Moro Again gone aMw action of the Upon other subject* ofpoblie policy,the
;', Mr. Clay desires to slay a Mexican. anon. the result of the harmonious Con. ee
National Assembly is to bo called the
i Therefore Mr. Clay stands by his country the population, was about one to every two Further Particulars. The Charleston COM- 20th of April, when the Provisional Government rent ion, but all because our own personal wishes gave hit views I corresponding mainly witl th-er
of the democratic The
a hundred. of last Telegraphic party 5ftv/
tier Wednesday
ill the hour of danger. contains will resign its into the bands of and desires were thereby gratified. erl. ,
.- FANCV SHCFFLE. A dingle fact will show the limited state of despatches of the news received by the above the definitive power Universal We eel that your Ion; residence in Florida however, thinks he spoke g Whc-Crn.Wi
in that 'with the arrival. In addition to the despatches above, government. suffrageand aslue doctrine on the tariff. .
.. Mr.\ Clays smells powder. suffrage country compared vote ballot to and the interest you bave always manifested for COl"
It by
are secure
United States. The number of votes given find the following in the Courier: equa. He declared in favor of the tariff of 1S48
himself. we
Mr. Clay wants to be President and to France. It is her welfare, will afford an ample guarantee that if bim.el ,
in this State of New-York at the election of "The of.the Resolution had extended lily fraternity quite (which, by the way Mr. CLAY it not !
3 Mr.\ Clay say, down with Taylor. principles clear that the good work of Paris elected the confidence of our people will not bate particultr/
.. Therefore Rough and Ready is requested Governor in 1844, was more than twice as throughout the whole of France, and have: the vast majority in people the \i been misplaced. partial,) and if that b Whiggery,b to. W.

:. to ithdraw. many as the whole number of electors in all the departments were going in favor of a -leaving more or less profitable new Assembly Very respectfully, have no objection. But, says the Sentinel, tit

t France. It is estimated that there are less Republic. occupations Governor i in favor of flourishing xnaaofacfdrfe
faHCFFLE. Your ob't. 'ts
BACK LICK their hands ser ,
.4 General Taylor won't) withdraw. than 200,000 qualified voters in the kingdomof All (the titles had been plucked from the wi meantime try and a commerce statemen.is Shipping at a stand., in THO. J. HODSON) Well, who is'nt No democrat objects", unless pa

will. France. nobility, and the House of Peers abolished. V Committee. to make them fle-aruh at the
.. General! Taylor will abide by the people's The funds have fallen Coniderabte JOS. S : attempt expense
I General Taylor is no tool ; with best respects, Louis Philippe was born October 6th, 1773, A decree for a National Convention has failures announced. Clubs in W. A. FORWARD,) other people. o

a and is descendant l by a stock, from been issued, the of which the are the Gen. WILLIAM BAILXT. We need not
I.. : &c. Therefore h3 must be cast overboard. a younger on assembly formation to advise or the say more now. There is plnf*f
!, MESMERIC SHUFFLE. Louis Thirteenth. The family being of blood Provisional Government will resign the func. overawe time before( uj. But we mutt commend
Strikes the workmen
.. Mr.\ Clay's health is improved by a tour east. royal, have always stood next to the throne, tions to the Permanent Government which are government.becoming more numerous.among Daily AUCILLA, April 3d, 1849. democrats of the State the spirit which prompt th

:Mr. Clay makes a grand speech. and been possessed princely rc\enues. may he established by it. tives demand an incVease of and opera have Gentlemen : I have received your letter of the) Governor DUVAL to take the field thus early. Leg

The father of Philippe took an active : .Universal suffiage and vote by ballot are wages 23d ult. of nomination by the late about what
'a Vr. Clay denounces the war. part expelled! large bodies of the English work. informing me my us all le we have to do i in (thl not

.2 \ Therefore the Whigs are bound to stand by in favor of French Republicanism, in the to govern the elections. men for their rivalry) in the construction of Democratic Convention a a candidate for the office earnest manner. The Wigs are preparing for i

;; him. early stages of the first Revolution. Partic.u "The French funds: have fallen. enormous of Governor of Florida. had contest. They are already boasting of tit

4', :'.. CH,%!VD W HIP CRACK SHUFFLE. 'ar circumstances, unconnected with principle ly. All was quiet at Paris on tho 9.h of railways.PARIS, March 9-Our latest advices from The same reasons which induced me to announce spirit which animates their party, and of the orpn-

Mr. Clay visits Washington. *, made him the personal enemy of Louis March, and the new Government was progressing Paris the but the my name as a candidate in January last, are equally ized strength they are putting in motion. They art
represent city ,
: Mr. Clay whips in the slra glers. Sixteenth. lie was an active and popular finely in the work of reform. financial still continues a trnqui and forcible now in deciding me to accept the nomina. busy gathering up scraps of abce, tales of slander,
Mr. Clay must be President. member of the several Assrmblie which gor.erned "The" workmen were striking for higher,'. eminent houses art spoken of as being in some difficulties tion. In Oing so, however, it may not be improper to use against our candidate The Sentinel .

? ., Therefore National!.Convention must be France from 1769 to 1793! ; renounce I wages. but further failures have (or me to state, that the announcement of my naive two or three times uttered mysterious warning
no been an. I
.. held iu Philadelphia. ed the title of Duke Orleans, and assumed We copy from the Sun of this morning the nounced. The funds have fallen considerably. was tone! at (the solicitation of many friends from to what it will do in .this department after a while.

MR. CLAY. that of Philippe Eagalite, (equality.) following telegraphic despatch,containing im On the 8ih the Three per cent. funds different portions of the State, and at a time, too, (I we may judge by the past there will b no quarters .
the National Convention ho voted for the
In poitant intelligence from Europe, brought by opened at 50 francs, and after having been when it was not supposed a Convention of the Den allowed. We must b prepared to meet all tii .

The whig press cannot exactly agree a. deposition and execution of the King. He the steamer Caledonia, 'Ahich arrived at Boston I down at 46 francs closed at 47f., whilst the ocialic party would be held. I my fellow-citizeas We have an unscrupulous party to deal with, and
l the in which Mr. is he .
to conciliate and his
manner Clay
sought to Robespierre associates at half 10 o'clock last night. She shall deem to place me in the Executive
pa--t Five 83 francs proper we must brace ourselves for the
per cents opened at down at struggle.
I treated. The Philadelpbiae'I" speaks! by renunciation of all claim to the sailed from the 12th shall endeavor the duties
n Liverpool on being over 74f. and closed 73f. There Chair, I to discharge
I' in the following extravagant and fulsome throne. Ha was rich and popular two qual. fifteen days on her passage. The despatch is All at sad and was no tumultor the office with fidelity. c .. The South will vote for no man who is *:(stir

ttfrms on the occasion of his visit to St. Ste. ificati'tns! which rendered him obnoxious to the dated New York March 1 A. M. agitation. was gloomy. Men of the Wilmot Proviso. We of the North will let
conclusion I tender
:- In you my acknowledgments
2i and offered their
'. came securities for vote for one who is not. All the old ( .
>hen church Sunday : Jacobin wanted his and dread. money funky politicians
| They money Riots in LONdon, Glasgow, and Edinburg, for the kind and in which
flattering manner .
whatever could who talk about the
It being generally understood that Mr. ed his influence. lie suffered under the guillotine !. only, at price they get, but very preserving integrity o parties
gauc taken place. have been pleased to make known to me be thrust aside. They might to.Ieep.
scarcely a buyer could be found.Wo you my wi
Clay: would attend St. Stephen's church yes. in November, 1793! by virtue of a sentence The European Times, dated Liverpool, nomination. If you take up one of these raer.f
have received I
terday morning, that beautiful edifice was of an instrument Robespierre's ven March 12 just a telegrapic despatchfrom I Very the Yankee stock we will fight him I> base tnitor. -
crowded_ to excess at an early hour, many ofI called a revolutionary Sunday says Folkstone stating that the French gOY.crnment repeciuly. We will whip the dust off his i if IO
geance trbunal It is said that the revolution has spread Your ob't. servant jckt.
the seats filled with while the had stopped the payment of the bring him into the field. We will ,
being strangers, His Louis Philippe lk
throughout France. All the Departments Bonds which WM. BAILEY.. Judas Iscariot. and hang himself for
Treasury they have hitherto go .baU.
niiles and about the a
passage doorway were years old, (now 74.) He the fate of I
escaped have joined the Republic. Louis Philippe Messrs. THOS. J. HODON,) remorse. Do not take one ot those dough fae
equally crowded with those anxious to catch a his father by flight, and became a wandererand end the Royal family, Guizot, have arrived in been in the discounting. It is understood JOIPH S. MAT. Committee. I -you can't trust him. for he has deceived M.
r that the Provisional Government has W. A. FORWARD,) He would for good,honest,ce-mntn
glimpse.'bowevcrbriefjOflhe grandeur an exile from 1793 to 1814, in various England.The go any N
whose intellect the world to hold its abandoned the idea of removing Cavignac man, who was out and out for the Wilmot Proviso.
pf causes of Europe and in the United States.
parts revolution' in France is au fait ac. from the oval's. But we hope will not take the occasion to test
Algeria in order Gov. Speesb. you
.. 6r 'h in arreatthe Governship to
I a mere TTUnllonofhis name. His patrimonial estates were all confiscatedto .
comple. The abdication of Louis Philippe, the strength of this Union. Butwedonetintendt.have
Tie New York Courier" (a Taylor pa. enrich the persecutors of his In the appointment and rejection ofa place the war Department under his care.- According to previous notice G.v. DCVAL addressed slavery extended any further. EduetteA labor

per) treats Mr. Clay with very little cere mo- his wanderings he visited Switzerland, : the complete triumph of the Parisians regency over It is now fled that Gen. Lamorico is to be ,I the citizens of this county at .4he CourtHouse we will hue ; and we will not tolerate none ef y 1rin.titution.

fly.as follows : war, Denmark, Lapland, and the North of Provisional the ) War. ( on Saturday last. We bad not the pleasureof that degrade it. We will all Mitt.
the the establishment "
All lL HW ai Cap army, 8 latest The Hurons are on the war path already.
tcmniiy is
'w: Our
.ij : v/nrans. beyond theUI'"'nJ tvmc 41., ',I. toe of the foreign news not much in a. (hearing this speech but what we have heard satisfies
.:,, advocated the support of this very war, called and travelling under a feigned name ; some o'crtbrooftLe lo\'ernmen House proclaim of Peers Q Repblc distinction mount, but is important. The account oflhe us that he is beginning the work before him The above it from a speech made in the Hoot*iy

:. uponhiscountrymantovolunteerandexpress. times alone and on foot, and at others er. tho and tited of revolution in Paris reached Vienna on the lit in dead earnest. He had the week before made a Mr. ROOT, a Whig representative (rom Ohio. It
2t i rd his regret tbat be himself was too old to himself school precipitate abject flight instant, and produced a most profound shows that the of the North will
plowing a master for subsis. all {the of the Oleans and impres speech in Jefferson county, which was the openingof Whigs support .
,- take part in it, we all know. Even his best! tence. After these wanderings in Europe, their member to shores sion. The consternation which prevailed the great campaign ahead. He said,judging from one for President who is not a Wilmot Po.is nun.

. friends do not pretend to deny, that in all he arrived in Philadelphia in October, 1796, or other misguided places of ministry exile. The our immediate own recognition there, says an article in the National, can. the character of the political contests i in this Stte. The. dough faces'alluded to are CASS,Woepavar,

this he exhibited the same patriotic feelings visited most of the States from Virginia north. of the new Republic France by not be described. The five per cents' fell and from the weapons used by the I small fry, that BUCHANAN and DALLAS and a, gieatmaoy other

which rendered him so conspicuous as one of ward descended the to New.Or. Great Britain, Switzerland, and the from 95fto82f. he was afraid the people would be importuned to lay distinguished democrats who opposethe Proviso,u
,. the pillars of the var of 1812. We praised leans in the winter of 1799, and in.February, United States have fallen in such ranid The intelligence from Italy- received in Vienna i _him_ 9__<.id_<_>.. _because___ u he__ was too old:. but those who sustain the South in her opposition to it. Tie

that speech. The people nobly responded 1800, arrived in London from New York.- succession, that; the-events of -hour- come was anthing but satisfactory. The hear his speeches i they are all like the one be delivered Northern Whigs denounce them (o this, and say i

to it ; and among those who did so, and offer. From that period he resided principally atTwickenham teeming. with every Arch Bishop of Paris, accompanied by two here will be far from suspecting such an accusation the Democrat take one of them up,and ran him for
some mighty occcurrence
S ed his life in defence of bis country's honor, in England untitbe restora. fecting tho doctrines of whole nations ar vigars general, presented himself the Provisional for he shows that there is a full share of President, they will fight him I a base traitor

; was Mr. Cla)"'s own gallant son. How, then tion of the Bourbons. At he dnasties. The speculations, respecting the Government on Tuesday, and gave the young fire still :remaining. He spoke with .they will whip the dust off bis jacke.ad make him,
are we to account for the Lex- in his adhesion the order
speech at to new of
returned to France and obtained his things
patrimo. causes, incidents and probable results of this warmth and energy such as the importance cf the lik Judas Iscariot, and bang himself for than
iugton, denying that our country had territorial the name of the entire clergy: of the Diocese.M. g
any nial Not the
estates. arbtra-! "
adopting fully
sudden, serious, and mighty social convulsion, crisis demands, exposing the crooked ways of whig aW remorse. veiy men will take CLAT,
rights south of the Nueces characterizing ; Duchcre has been
ry principles of the elder branch of the dynasty are various and weighty. appointed under Sec. politicians bare the spirit of faction which because .they know he i is'. opposed to any fartker extension -
this war as one of aggression and I of State oflhe Ministry of France. lying
; ho lived most of the time from 1814 to The facts stand out in historical boldness retary has taken possession ol them, and contrasting in avery of slavery," as he told the country in hit
.. conquest, waged against the fireside, (he castles 1830, in retirement at his country seat at Numerous diplomatic appointments are announced Mr. Born in his utl-
and the altars of the Mexicans:\ war I outline, depicted in such indelible characters which are M. Ciderant happy manner, their conduct and policy with Lexington speech. recent
.. in Neuilly. ( that they must endure until the last syllable among to the conduct anl policy cf the democratic party. I TAYLOR pamphlet, says that CLAY will get the
( which Mexico it right, and our own country In the revolution of Constantinople ; M. de Fncas, to the United I
t. : July, 1830, eighty.nineperons" of recorded time. A provisional government not .to old, he has at least long enough to vote of the .blitionist in New York wj>. voted
altogether wrong I What would :MUterClay's ho had been chosen States ; M. de Beaumont Vasse, to Denmark
to the Chamber has been I ; two, and doubt he will for in 19. Hence, he it
: ultra friends if I organised by our neighbors, lee a thing or we not find B.E & says CUY
say, we were lo charge Cidevant Moskena lo Spain.
of irs whose election
Deput Charles Tenth the member which celebrated :1. tell which than in 1S44 and therefore the Whig
that he did belie are through language to a thing or two, will be high stronger now ,
not *e one word of what he had annulled assembled Paris and The coming election in France excite
uttered and that it at appoin. out the world for genius eloquence, and sci great ly gratifying to those who listen ; and he e.ince a party ought not to throw him away for TAYLa.-
was a mere electioneering attention. The aware of the
ted Louis Lieut. General of the
.. and made for effect Philippe King. ence. Some of them are almost of romantic Gournment ready disposition to do his duty in this regard. The The Augusta Chronicle end Sentinel sayt that they
? We
need serious importance ;
the ,
dom. On 3d he the were .
opened integrity. Carried by the eloquence preparing Governor is not of the Birneyitet and Abolitionists,) hive long a
Such away a man yesterday, to-day. He (
not would be
answer. a charge an out. session of in that for the crisis. Eight hundred of mercantile t :
'. Chambers capacity, the of Lnmartine, the excited, ungovernable mob ] hu seen and don service, and what he has seen and repented in sackcloth and ashes for not voting tr
rage upon our own feelings, as well as the Chamber of Deputies then of the firms, connected with the Paris I
feelings of all who like \ consisting of Paris threw down the muskets, which in the done he is willing to speak of fully and freely. AH him in 1S44. And it is so. CLAT'S abandonment
I us, venerate Mr. Clay: eighty-nine who had made him Lieut. Bourse, waited on the Provisional Government .
I j .. and we have no alternative, therefore, but to General and persons a of their associates first fury of their new-born zeal for libertythey to ask further delay ofa month on bills he wants is a tolerable showing, and, with that, he of the South in his Lexington speech hat opne

arrive-at the conclusion that Mr. Clay is feeling and the House of Dumbr consisting of those who, had taken up against the popular leader, due on the 29th ult., which by the desire of willask the princes whigdom for no further favors. the door for him among the Wilmot

S the weight of years. Either this is so, had been created by the Bourbons. and by their unanimous shouts invested the Government had already been extended to Already however he has had occasion to nail to the North. I he is acceptable to them it will b

or bis..YelD Orleans speech or that at Lexing. In his address, Louis Philippe cnmmunica. provisional Govervmcnt with full authority.As .- the 10th inst. It not being accorded them, the counter a false insinuation against his conduct in because they believe what he said at LuiDgoD. t'a"

I ton w as not honest. We doubt not his honv ted to the members Parliament the abdica. the the Revolution of July was the work of they were said to have threatened to dismiss years long gone by. In the last Sentinel before he he "IS"oppes to any further extnM.n slnrI.Mr. .

city or his patriotism ; and it in no Jesv Bourgeoise, so is the revolution of 1848 their clerks and workmen, and spoke was an intimation that he bad the BOTTS knew what he meant when he nd Cut
way tion of Charles and of his son, and recommended the commencedtheir oppo.e
tons our rrpcct and gratitude for the act and deed of the working classes, who Three last war Great Britain. This he positively is stronger now than he was in 1944..- His cold
great them to fill the which was accordinglydoneby engagements. per cent agin.
statesman of the west to be compelled to ar the vacancy choice of Louis Philippe, have sealed the inauguration. of their labors in the Paris Bours on the 9th at 52 f.coed denied. ,so fa was it from being true, he "1 in shoulder to the South would give him the Abolition -
with their
rive at the conclusion that he is failing in. under what was at time considered a liberal own blood. per cents at 73f. fart among the first to raise a corps for the army, vole ot New York, and with that,of coarse her

trllect. lie is, a ter All, but human, and is charter. On tha 9th, be accepted and The question" which every'1 one asks of his On the 10th the papers say that the Duke and take the field; and when afterwards, he was in electoral vote-party ties and th lash would retain

liable to all the ills that 'flesh is heir to'- took the coronation oath. Lafayette, believ. neighbor is veil it last ? Every man in d'Aumale and Prince de Joinville arrived in Congress he voted for the taxes and supplies called for him Kentucky, Maryland and North Carolina,

,t Th body may and will decay, and with it the ing that a limited, constitutional monarchywas England and, we believe, elsewhere, bop. that port and made communication with Admiral for, and complained that they were not enough and probably Tennessee, and he is elected.
., intellect that has shed such so. Lamarfine himself says in his Baudin This his of the and this This is the cool and deliberate it is expected
glory upon our the Government best suited to the condi. who, through telegraph, applied way opposing war ; way
country ; and sooner will we believe that that tion France, and that Louis Philippe would to foreign powers We desire, for humani. to government for instructions. The admiral, story may be taken I the first of that marvellousfund to b done. but whether they will succeed in it or
: period hat arrived, then accuse Henry Clay administer the Government on correct princi- ty, "peace may b observed. We even it was lid bad ben authorised to place a of unfounded charges which the Whigs intend not,is a problem ,e to b solved. I Mr. CLAY it

of any: the slightest want of patriotism or dcv pales, assisted in hIs elevation. hope i. Sincerly do we re.echo these words, vese at disposal the Prince to carry to use against him. The threat is out,and the Stn- the candidate,it will very likely turn out I that the

'?. ,- otion to his country." But so intoxicating i is rower, that In the applying enlarged tbem sense emphatically than Mr. Lamartine.even in a more We wherever .they pleased. tinel will have BO scruples in executing it. South wi not support any one," I Mr. ROOT trulysays
i course of five years next succeeding the elevation French Miscellaneous AetM.-:M. It i is another crime they are alleging against the who it i in favor of the Wilmot Povi.-

%' The Bonaparte Family.Tbe only turvir. oftbis patriotic King, he become hope the that peace may be observed boih without the Republican Minister .of Marine: Ug Governor that he .a Whig in 1.O. and was in Therefore, Mr. CLAY will not b Ipp.rte by
Republic and within the oUts
brother of the & sphere
log late emperor Napoleon, is to resemble his dnspotic and entirely the French Admirals in Paris. They all at. favor of HARRISON for Preident. That he was a South.

Jerome we believe, now in France, having disappointed the predeceur who raised himto domestic dominion. Our sympathies, nay, tended. He then addressed them and asked Whig in IsO he denies-that he was for 1'.111 Cnraacl Decline
interests all interwoven with the
asked leave of Louis Philippe, some time power.-liosfonTraveller. our are them if there were any of them willing to he freely admits ;and he explains his ion by the ae
'? .j maintenance of pit The last s contain a communication from
but the social
since to reside in the kingdom. He will lie peace, great the "ri"t
serve Republic. They all. He fact that his objections to were
... remembered as having( married Miss Patterson The New.York Courrier des Etats Unis problem which these men, who nre aiming then said he replied V.l personal Judge' CAIUVCK declining to b a candidate ef .let
requested men of and from his conduct in reference to the
cf Baltimore, about 1803, and by that tells the following strange story without vouch to govern millions by a stroke of then, U steadiness that courage arising whig party for Governor of this State. The not
for be knew them all to be so, Florida war, and his notion on the subject of slave
: he left believe ing trtb it : of intricate and complex a character at paper expresses a willingness to support General
,' Judy a son, now we % living in to -and be .
was ready to appoint to the command We can well understand how a man could
Jerome When the news of the revolution of 1630 once to be solved. r. very BROWN for Governor. We ought to astonished
; Maryland. repudiated his wife, by of the fleet of the Republic and still not of the b
arrived the any one they support Iha.Ie1 a whig
in United
: > direction of his brother the emperor, and after. Slates i was received The difficult question' of human labor, the might choose. b a this,considering the ranting of our neighbor over
i of the
In Iha-
'L:! wards married German Princess. with the 1 liveliest enthusiasm, and a. solemn real and only source nf n>*ftTth- And its more genuine mould. many parts country our Congressional candidate, Gov. DTJVAL. Hi isis
a lie '- '
was 7 He therefore appointed, in accordancewith RISON'S claims were advocated on the ground that he
,. for some time King of Westphalia. procession took place in this city in honor of equal distribution Is the great argument it their that he was a Harrison man in 1S40, and now h
the recommendation, Admiral Baudin, ,would not charter a Bank, and not disturb the compromise .
the Among of inViiginia
Louis Napoleon, son of the late King of event. papers one of the the height of which they propose to direct all who led Paris is a democrat. But Gen.BROWN was a democrat
or to take
'. Holland marshals, of that ;procession, who has since their efforts. They cut their gordian command tariff. These facts were gravely put forthin least he far democrat to
; Louis Bonaparte, and of Hortense, may and to sail fur; His instruction -at "1 1 a a
I ."- daughter of Josephine, lately escaped from a deceased, was found Q sealed package, with knot, but the sure process of the developed in. : to take Algiers.of he arc his favor by addresses from the Whigs of Virginia rote in the Virginia Legislature agtlntt; a National M
possession ships find in Was it that
any may and Georgia. strange some
I 'f-. prison In Ftsie, and has now"'returaed .there the following inscription : To be open dustry founded upon peace and security far the deIrcnl Bank. Surely, thatfvai rather B
Algiers of the FrenchRepublic. anti..hi.b.lnour
port or integrals
". ed on occasion oflhe coming revolution in exceeds the ephemeral of believing these things, should support him? But Ij
from England, on hearing oflhe Revolution. power any provisional neighbor ought to look well j

... He Is, we belie, over 40 years of age. In France." As that event has \taken place, government. "However, absolute or The Chateau of Nueville ha been sacked suppose all that the Whigs say on this subj.c b heart down 1 lard upon olhert.

1637 he visited the United States, and the package has been opened and found to : well ditpossed to make a government,"sid and burned the true, why should they complain i They took him .

,.. some days in this citr. The father. of Prince spent contain the Ladge worn by the deceased at Mr. Burke, more than half a century on to ground.A up in ''40, after a change, and elected him too.- Well Defined.

I Lucien Murat of Bordentown, was Moist, the procssion of 1830, with a detailed descrip. a si-nilar occasion, it requires no ag pru- Manifest Destiny Man.-When Lieut. Have they the privilege to do what democrat shall Mr. JOHN BALDWIN, a member of the La iu to

** % King of Naples, and his mother was a sister tion of the ceremony. On the Interior of the dence to settle the seat of power-to teach Emory stopped at Panama, on his return to not do? I it criminal in us to vote for a man,who Legislature (rout..Sabine. having been called on

if of Napoleon.-JV.: Y.: Express. wrppr, written : To serve on occa- obedience and the work is done. But the I tho United State last spring he encountered under similar crum.tance the Whig had a right define TaIlor no-party mm," give tb followingdefinition

,4 the net revolution in France, which formation of a free government I i.a t to'temper an American at that place half seas over, with to vote for? Shall bo that "URuce for the on paper: '

:r: A Fatal JtffWyiMTflKfc.-Charles VI. of will take place about 1847." It would have together the opponent of liberty and oppression whom he got into an interesting conversation. goose, b sauce for the gander? Beside, what i if is In answer to the resolution on the last night 5 e

I Franca-gav* a masquerade. In which himself I been difficult to make a more just prediction. which requires much thol h(and deep 41 Why dont YOU return to .vour Country 7' men do chlng is that any reason why the Whip bine the session, by a Taylor man, the to mean membeTt0m neune. _Y'I.

;' ., and fire courtiers; played the part of satyrs, IFAfdutin-Tbo following is at) extract reflection sagacious, powerfuland combining saidLt.Emory. -- ----"J. should ? Why, then don't they abO toll.nor cODid.r a a no-party a Jeffertonian.man AdamsoniM.

p to resemble jwhkh they were clothed in close i from a speech,said to hue been delivered by mind." 'I Return to my country. Never !I" and oppose WHSTKK ? He once opposed a protective Jacktonian demgue. ,State Right, cnlli

:. t:' linen ha'n'U' ;' besmeared with rosin and then a military officer, the other day in the gal. The French are but in the first stage of 44 Whyt"i i tariff with all his might, but he is quite on the lion, a backward-forward, upad-ow">"d;*,

j:. stitch with brown hair; all over. One of the lant State of Mississippi : transition. They must not only teach, b I Because I am a manifest destiny man, and I other tide now. Why don't they abuse and opp tide which-side, th "lide. th.de: .i 'Ii a

.. c company Inta froTc'; touched one of these ta- Gentlemen my mind naturally convert they must secure obedience from the masses, my country will be along hero long before IdieBalthnore CLAY also 1 The best speech he ever mae ,ou.wi.RapecuII.. JOHN BL"I'."

lIre with a lighted{ torch a* they were dancing I with pleasurable enigma; to the before the regular edifice which I I. to crown Patriot.Presidential against the Bank but that has net prevented him

p ? in a fit ; ttie consequence ira thai all the i tapestry ofihe Oregon Territory.! '.delibtl their hope can b raise. If the foundations from turning about long ago in it favor. Besides Death of CtL l. BOXTO&'i C.ie

; cix; mllia (:satyrs were Instantly enveloped that nature I f. more than for the soft are laid In peace, people may erred '- Election.-By the act of Congress where wu Gen. GALLUP up lo 1839 ? He had been a of.the Ordinance Dprtmnl.died *odde Jy !ifl"

: In flarct ; fpar"nf: the six were burned. to breeze(torn (he Hergo herlf! waft, the a proud monument consecrate through.out January| '1845, the next".Presidential) democrat, and w trute as such, and 1e the ton. o the 23th ulimo. B W ain e

I, death on the. rpof, and the Km/j/ never recov. listening ear the varied symphonies t the all age* t the glory and liberty ofa, gallantpeople. election will be held in every S juo on (he WJ>iga' Florida ran a* their candidate for Gov.tfnor New York, and a graduate o the Military A "l

; : rred tIe A* JI},i :.n.1! disordwr occasioned, by jackdaw, ."tt rrolllng to the melodious But If the element of war Insinuate j same day. This year the, appointed "dah in'1845. These'men have changed, yet it i.I it j at Wet Point. He bad been in the A,1 *'

I f;" the unfo.:......:. :'(-runulaace. I eplpblny cia thousand crocodile" their fatal agency Into the fabric, the whole I Tuesday, November 7th. |I no'fault in them ; bat if the Governor .changed, 1805,and stead deervedly high j hit p.in.>


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L.ibinhIrel. Fllcht, Ac, How Itwa doi e. That Vote. spring of 1815, he was ar.te and carriedto u aaiJ to be a purely vegetable otlCe-,

F v the last Steamer We have accounts of the estabiib1sst We find the following Card in the Charleston Some of Mr. CABEUL'I. old constituents seem determined a 'pongm -bou e, whl r bE jvas retainedtwo its magic influence the most infotm his friends and ens-

of the French Republic its recognition by Courier of the 2Dth nil : to uphold his vote for an ultra Wilmot Pro or three days. His life sufficiently show and bronchial irritations disappear. in general that he it pot

,, American and English Ministers; and mtny.fber u Mc,'.R EDITOKS-Having seen in your journal vioist for Speaker. Read the lolowin in the Oca- that his sense of shame was not quick, but he it, and can recommend it, Work, Trimming, and

I." interesting items with the Revolu- Monday lat.nQ extract 'fromaFlorida paperthata'mare la a whig paper published in Marion county, was deeply humiliated at this arrest, feeling when the great cause of disease at be has nothing t. Jo :
cenntf .rg. when send the t
has borrowed my name to out acts ol requested to .
JWO Wf have also accounts of the flight of Louis swindling this is to inform my friends carry(in New York Fotida: it a* .a profanation orbit person. prevalent.. Persons wishing Wood.

fsifrr and his family and their arrival Engj and elsewhere) that I am note and have been for the As to his voting for Winthrop, a respected correspondent .And now came the miser of his last scene. For sale by E. BARNARD, Jr., ( done by me. will

? One ef these.will found below. This lad ten year, located in Charleston. at Washington writes as follows :- He appeared to/eel l lift was drawn basaee. and by DANIEL LADD to my shop, at he old stand, i

j lisa. the is denounced b as ignoble and .WILLIAM S CARPENTER." S Cabl done right in voting for Winthrop,th best l to a close. To tome sharp remonstrance from Thankful) for past patron
jjjbt ex-King ever It his generosity, and T OBITUARY.Died a continuance. Work dune)
o" of hi. tyrannical Ti. is the name which current in this gave. Iho"e his wife cjn t bis'continued i irregularities' he .
termination I would rather
i fit confidence in Northern
-f irdly, aa as a justice. at Puebla. Mexico,on the ?lst as good, as can be dooo
He receives but little! sympathy from even gullible city a few weeks since. The real If. S. vote Calhoun than a Northern doughface.'. replied in o letter. "Never a. after a protracted illness ROBERT .

jap.English press. The Liverpool Chronicle and Carpenter"explains whole affair, in brief, and The same paper speaks of the Hon. Mr. Y LEal' gain," be wrote, let one harsh wor pass of Capt. LiviNcrroM'i Company of 4t H. H. BERRY. ;

:ibe(b, La'oD Time sum up a catalogue of his tjran- we presume, satisfactory manner. A" man bor late able speech a an abortion"-accompanied by between us during the period, may not teers, aged about IS yean The Letters f\ :

which make two extracts. The hit name to carry out acts of swindling" in language disgraceful and reprehensible. The whig perhaps be lorjg, that we are in the world together -
we rowe :
-, five of this city,where numerous reJ.ti I Feet Office it Tallahassee, '
c'rrle .sys: Floiida, and he succeeded most effectually and triumphantly party, ought to be held accountable for such wholesale -. and "life, however clouded to me, il.I. mourn his premature death.Hamilton .

.The whole career of Louis Philippe since he at least 1 la I we know to the contra abuse. spared to us. His last illness soon followed. LeeThoroasG i ,

Ill raised to the throne, carries out faithfully the rYe Yet this new Jeremy Diddler had some streaksof Even his dying bed was not free from.the incursion Tax L oa.Le"i.W .

jpntemptoout expression of Napoleon, respecting liberality about him was liberal in him Bridge arrow the Fall*.-The Niagara Falls have of writs and sheriffs. He was arres virtue of the vested ii I Manning, Wm R' 3 f .
that s they lIne learned nothing and witbal I is said to perfectlysafe BY power McRea. Hon GV 3McGehee. '
the been bridged, and crossing now b and would have been taken in bit
Burbn bales for before' the
Never did to leave seventy odd of cotton behind (or the led away expose sale. Miss Judge
they hd nothing. mnnarchycommence and is done by means of wire suspended bad not his threatened door in the town of :
physician ,
eal. I
a reign more auspiciously and never has benefit of those who had so generously counted out blankets Mclven Mr Mary A C
over the cataract, on which a basket is placed the officer with the of commit. rida on the first Monday in McKatne r
) Allen
the ,
I a ruler mo completely Calft confiding hopes their dimes in exchange for his exchange. Hewu consequence described .1 :
1 In of tribulation there and drawn and backward by pullies. Passage ling nl'lrd' r. At last the seventh of following property or so McCuIIongh. Jam
of his countrymen. liberal, too, in treating his customers with fords !on July, will pay the State and County Taxes '
it BO one to sympath'ie with him-no tongue to ex- only fifty cents. In a short time the enterpri- 1816 in his sixly-fifth year, be died. the 1M7, to wit Merit Elij.hMcClinfock. a .
bought and with their year :
champaignc paid for
'God bless him T To curtail money. J R
claim public liberty having the matter in will Then the of burial. South ( Section L
zing b came a splendid The V'rstquarerof
Engineer -
2 the pros*-to surround the capital with Indeed, he was the very soul of liberality. He ''1 care I f ller, Washington
tot" fort to cattle across the .-Dukes, royal and noble, bishops mar.quessess 1. Range 13.South and East, J :
prepared ral: McKewen. S .
,_lo attach the army to his |.ertnto rely for pro partted and fetedand wined, and roasted, aDd probably trn.prl I William J. Mills
brute force-to irnt mimrteri 9 i viscounts, right honorable., foorelchabod i
ttction on toasted, and of course he could afford to be liberal New York (jut JOSIAH T. R. 7
JOHN JACOB Arena died in on
< of $3-: ?sfsnerjr.Wilhiaia :
to promote family aggrandisementsire thn train ol his funeral. I-
1: been the primary principles'by which his whole -it cost him nothing, and why should'nt he be Friday the 31st ultimo. A New York letter says : France ermilously" ,said French journalist at the ar.d f. officio Tax Col. Marshall. Robert C ; 1
a AirilS .rlS. 33
policy) has been influenced. And hi. last atrocity lib-ral ? .The bar," lie had a" inning way of saying "By men with good means of kDwlg. his pro- Miller Miss Mary Io ;
is the live and
lime I for author Id in
nn ,
that "of preventing the opposition deputes from to the young Los mho seemed to hang upon perty i. put down at forty millions of dollars, and place Pocket Book Munday, Harrison I

meeting, etinandta1kingtcgether abul defect his kkirt*. the bar is the place to find every dollar of it the product of his own industryand I England the place Jo him to die in, in thel'uet's Manly jr. Bagil t
gentlemen subscriber lost
ol I their electoral system-is so utterly subteritve good management. Fifteen years aco he wa Corner of Westminister Abbey, the TilE en Thursday Masbbtlrn, Sallli
t ; of the independence of a free people, and so o'it a man-what'll you drink7" (Q.Ury-Hne put down at fifteen to twenty millions. He age was only ( remaining reserved .en Tallahassee and Dr. Dog. Newman. PM i.
characteristic of e sovereign who desires to put downy thy found him out jft') Indeed, it will be long S3 rt unoccupied 'a in Jefferson County a large Owens DanI W 1 i
establish I IIi )eat. _ for bJ.oChimhoe death-bed was not BOOK, with fifty or sixty dollars in Oversfreet. Henry
discussion, and to a military despotism, time ere the gentleman: with the borrowed name will k' to
I safe "rif. Tom Moore ina recollected, with a quantity of rwtes O'Neill. Jon J b
that it ceases to excite surprise that a spirited poI be forgotten in our city. The impression he left in (fjO- An election for Governor, Lieut. Governor aberifa viz: One against J. & J. T. Daffin John G
from 1 fine Parks
pIe like the French should recoil in dirist si ram poetical !indignation, published r
the minds of some of our people is a lasting one. Legislature, tc. look place in Connecticut on Monday FfKrnarT Q. 1'UG ? also! one 'tfffint \ Pr,... I I. to
tyranny of a selfish man who) outrages in their pr-I go ju.t after Sheridan death, thus cuttingly > ffii rgVhii6 r ;;i : ; i :'
tent the rights and dignity o( citizens." last. Two U. S. Senators depend upon the re- r a note against Robert*. Nathaniel ..f
Major Glddlug refers to the noble lords who I honored the 52 cents,dated 8th February 1S43; Rowland. Nathaniel 1
the Tine thus characterises his tilt. !
And reign-
.. Our citizens will remember the recent visit! of I funeral :- by John Daffin, for a note against J. 3 Rawles.! Patience 2 1, i,
He has Contracted the constituency to a mere dollars dated Match 3<(MS18
frtion of the pple. That narrate lod yle fiatfrrvpted Mijor GfDI C;!, of the Ohio Volunteers, to our ORDER OIl EXERCISES .How pruned thee can press to the funeral array fifty John Grantham, 'for $23, dated ;, Rea RobinisonRA, DanI T 3 2 ;,

with te ramtfiealwn ofpationtfe city and will not forget his gentlemanly and courteous At the public Addrrss before the Sons of Ternj Ol him M'hupi! they shunned in his sickness and sor note against J. P. Billingsby: : 2 Ryan, Jose .h >J. .
till there ru ntlkittg left that was really free. beannn the bnef } stayed with Domett, for 12 2% date not 2 Ri""l. Wm "
hat not the fabric of a > >vlar Conttitut during INiN jf rrancc, Magnolia Division, JYo. 2, to If r7rlircred How bailifTs may seize his last blanket lo-daj, f t::
lie j oj John
bUt. II. Chflord payable to 2 Sinjleton C T J r.
us. He left our town for his ovn State and having against .4
: be held nobles to-morrow!
a gigantic impolitic .Ministerial cor by Brother D. \' Gwy>, the pllal up by f-'o each, date not recollected; one C Sheldeh. John D lit..
a =
rspt m. Louis PhilIppe has raised an enormous arie in Columbus, was publicly prenfo with Methodist Episcopal ('linT/i, in lie City of The task oflighteninj the mi'erJ of Sher jamin Cause and one note against Standfiill Mrs Susan ; 1'.
irny : he has Pans with fort. and ramparts an elegant sword on the 7th ult., a? a testimonial of idan's last left such payable to John B. Dog Mt, amounts Stnrgess Dan'l. D -t ,

and filled it with military stations: he has his gallantry and good conduct in the war. Of Tallahassee, on Monday, lOlh April, 1S43.. IUf was to commonersas recollected; one note against J. Sweat Jit G ;
ttraeil a cold glance on new'born liberty and he has Samuel Rogers, Thomas Moore, and good f
the mode the John B. Doggett, a credit Scuff Baptist N
cour-e, Major a speech on occasion n'
cnrted despotism ; be hat conquered Algeria.and [Should the weatlier: b unfavorable, the procession Doctor B.iin. recollected ; one account against Smithj A J ..
brought into France a noble captive whose fall was and spoke of the war.its justice and so on He defended and address will postponed to Wednesday following for one hundred dollars, dated 1st Smith. Thorn 4.

eoinoui ef his own; he has doubled the debt and expenditure the righteousiie of our cause, and the ol- b with several other notes, accounts Smith. Mrs Margaret .
.] Masonic TribBte of Resptrt to the .Memory of .
of hi. country. '. ; dices engaged in it. The Major was a Whig before recollected. All persons are hereby '. Thompson, Smith DC. "

The following is the version of hi!ariiral in England the brokeout, but' he rebuked the Mexican s 'rojuthi'ers JAMKS A. IJEKTHELOT; ESQ. Cainst trading for said notes. A 2 Totnpkins Joveph ;
\a 1. The brethren will meet at the Division be given to the finder bv leavinz Tompkins. John W 4
as received by the Ca'.edar.n: : I f' 'J
who to be found in that
are only party, in Room at 9 o'clock! A. lJTc srly. The AT : Regular Mettinj of Florida Royal Arch i and contents with WESLEY M." Taylor, John L t .

ARRIVAL OF THE KING AND QI'EENOF THE a ffu.iJ and eloquent manner. He raid- :f Chapter, No. I, Ldd at the Masonic Hall, in the I ha "ee, or to the subscriber in Tracey, Col E D 1' .'
FRENCH. AT NEW HAVEN.BRIGHTON "But n".t content with questioning patriotism attendance of every member is Lighly desira HARDY Thompson Noah If a
jour of Tallahamei D. R. A. M.
) 3.Ve t. City 'ipul 3, A. 1IS,
lrr the hate anatliemalizif] '.ou, for ble.] April, 1S43. 3S_ Tarbiville, Wilson D 't .
\ have great pleasure in announcing tht in I iniM horrid terms, ,,:,ir1ti ing, wa2inl"a 237% the M. E. Graft! High Priest addressed the Town D, Miss Margaret
..' tithe ex-King and Queen of the French. The King drteeratiniz! templet and riolatinc tnuorrnee k,1 teak! 2. The procession will kayo the Division Chapter as follows : Sale postponed (first Monday 2 WilboraTorris R 2 t. j

on landing had on a green blouse and blue overcoat, rir/iie.! Upon jou, my fell< w vl.liers, has this pyramid loom[ at 101 o'clock, in the pillowing order : .V. L'. Jligh-Pfiett, A"rt Scribe and Companion: Tax Collector's Walker Elisha ,. -.J

borrowed King had (I.m.rom in the fact captain, a change of the of clothing.Express. The The I It j of cjlurnny and been hurnanitx}'fi'td-; \ou who have pract.td : l.C. 2. 1. S. and O. S. 3. Brethren of .the I bocour.es my melancholy duty to announce the TN pursuance of an Act of the l Wajres Wilde,,Juniu Jarnen V t, .
ut.known death I
fnrbenancl: untimely of our I: JAMES.
.: and Queen have l mr some time been I Iu'retofnr. Companion :1 j. of the State of Florida entitled .
ti-Kmg mo\'int I: to the victors in "'U-\\ 1 t hi iuesit wn mcrrjaiid Order. 4. A. C. 5. Aid Orator, AiJ. 6, lir.iiTiiiJ.oT.. l'aat.lhizb Priest of Royal Arch force the of Taxes assessed 2 Walden, Patser
farm-house to brm.holce in the neighborhood payment Tl" i-
of fro Treport, they were nearly exhausted l IIY courfi-s tvcnwlieri; Inttlma; : with an un!r>arirgf F. S. and T. 7. R. S. and A. K. S. 8. Chapter and Jxep e;uUtive ol Lodge of seined, against all Institutions Walker, H -
f.tiC\If f who cal \ I Watson H T
though thE
IiI c 1fl n1,1 In!t nselies Chritialu New York. Ltt Jbu heavy bereavement.. Companions in this "
his arrival the stated that privileges State approved
sad on King 0.1 a night or j lia\e tie\or lail< d to exltt:1! the treachery I1. and W. A. 9. P. 'r P. and S. n.) M. remind ui that we, too, are ha-terung to that I have levied and will f WatonThornas l
back, he thought he mu-t sire him4elrnr. On J upon expose 1-1I 1
uro and of I I Wyalf Miss Mary J :
barbarity l he the from .
ata4 to bourne traveller :
is returnsMN
ndlon country wll. no in front of the Court I
Louis ind the with W. P. 10. highest
Thursday eCJueen a Chaplain.
| read of the 5"ld.r, \\h,', 4.1!i sacred G..J. did you : we pass the square, and lie made fit atones for : the third of Woolen Peter B : %
lahassee day
nile and female attendant, who had the I on
during .
j grant to in the ,victory \\h< rotiJd: we not all perish :t. The proce!"ion will move in th<' ){{ hat vmttidl building, that h.uic cot inade with' the interest in law and of the \V'oodOlinr Z
wvek constituted the suite of their rojal master and e'juity .
i beneath the tattered standard of lmus! eternal in the Walli. J J at
one Heavens !
mistress, embarked in a French fi>l.ins. boat from regiment dist Episcopal Church, whore thi* thO-1 i! Insurance and Trust Company the Wallace, John : :1
Ilappin the belief that wl.oeter died beneath it.Iutd You MI I not expect from mean elaborate culoiry anti
scribed Ron and !
with the intention of i [ Mortgages
to I
Trtport, attempting rOC! > would n tin at ;'st the respect of In- coon- c'rdcrofcxerciscs will l he observed : 1. on the character and worth of jour P. II. I'nest. Asa much thereof shall Walters. Mi's Adaline ; iI
as or
channel. At the the or so may
the party was picked by
up i ( 2 Josh ;
tea Willis
But, fuends, thedav will Henry or
n and
trym my soon come man mason \\\\hoieconduct through life f
Eipress Southampton and Havre steamboat, "Iukhinoediatcly by the Chaplain. 2. Mu ic. 3. Reading of pay the amount of State and County Robinson t .
steamed for New Haven, which barber when :hee !lndr'r. will hide their heads for very you all were so intimately acquainted; )O'J can best said Company for the yearn 1*<4G and j.
she armed at ? o'clock in the (f shame. onrwhflrld % a universal his",that soundof the Scriptures! and r( pone? by the },r?thrn. depreciate: the kin bess: ol. his heait and the ability with all coats viz : William any of the* above letters : 3

On landing, the ex-king and Queen morning.were wtlcotnrj -I pubiC' hate' I am Katmfied that there are but 4. Music. 5. Address. G. Music. 7. Hen- a-nl impartiality ill which }I.e presided over the f".SQ9: secured bv mortgage,dated ; advertised.1 M. NASH P. M. _: !
fewvt\ few' t'itlzfn uf OKi, who are not crateiul' deliberaions of your Chapti-r. heath loves a shining I "
H. Bradford's Bond kr $ /
the nearly the hole of born R
by &
flxked out ilha3itant., and were gratified bl l,.mg shaken, by to you for your semce.; allhouzh II only mditid- ediction. 6. Dhiion i will return in procession mark. He! has been stricken down in the me- mortgage, dated ht August, 1539, 37 3t ..-
uallu Coigre w':Jio opposed the pa ge cf a recent ndim: of life. HU place in tLc Grand Council i" 4
the hand of Louis Philippe. The Kin: and Queen in the order above stated to the U.\ i iion land. Florida Militia, Joe
vote of tiiauk.from that body to the ami wa", I vaca'it The sound of fia will be heard "
} gax.1 no -
to the Bridge H tel. His first Wm. Durnev's Bond for & /">o.' .'
protde majesty's I ar1 paint to 1 lenrn a representative from our ttateHe Room. mere, and ncr again will be traced on the treble- dated 7th b3'J slaves .; OFFICE )
on the hotel was to a nnes.enttt gage, Aug., on
reaching March 14 ISIS. $
at ,
!dl-en Ins, | is a conspicuous one, i The board the bright designs of his master hand. Those Hunter's Bond for
to to the attendance of l&ilu'D-it public are to A. R. S. fcV>
Briglton. procure Jr'l and l lie> is welcome p'ricularlimited alent) winch once beamed with and 7': 3
cjes intelligence dated 3d Aue.. 1'39,on alas
second, to write a letter to mortgage :
Te There him tand, tb.ouh unborn, The five first ws in the body (middle tier ) tricnci closed in darkness. Silent MARTIAL, for the trial
irracious communicating intelligence of le ages yet p -hip, are now 11 John D. Harley's Bond for 2.0'X! '
: ins arrivaL sovereign The follow i-, we believe, a correct I Fixed statue on the pedestal scorn !" of the Church are reserved for the Division. that voice whose eloquent tones once thrilled the bosoms gaze, dated 2Uth Aue., ISS'J. on land. I on EI the G. COOPER charges and Command specifi ., a

statement ot the present abode ol the different numbers This refers to J. R. GIN"G- namesake, perhaps of his Companions. We mourn his (all, but Wm. Tradewell's Hood for $4,200' him JOHN PAR "
Iy order of the Committee, no requiem can soothe the dull cold ear of d.ath, '. by Major \
dated 7th !
the April
of the family. a relative of Major, though we hope not. mortgage Brigade,is hereb ordered
Luis Philippe and Marie Amelia, who have as- G. O. MrMULLCN, Ch'nCorre'pondenee and that heart which once throbbed with the kirid- Alexander Mclvcr'j Fond for :;. in The County Colum- J

the title of Count and Counter de NeuilU. e't f.lingofiumanjty, ill now: cold and insensible mort ac. dated 17th August: b:.'. ... U.Z .I .4..' _... .:
Another Letter from Gen TaJ lor. a' the .!i..1 .* the 'valley. Here let me aiM, If the tr. !
14 l at Claremnnt, with whom are also the Doc and of the Baltimore Sun. landCharles Manulactor1'N be composed of the follcvf-
Duchess: de Nemours and two children. The Count The papers contain another Utter fraT Gen. TAYLOR falling of the dark curtain (laih ftre''f'ICI C'd the i Cole's Bond for
i D'r. the Due d-Aleneuurand the Due and Duehe-s written in reply to a moiling in Alabama. WASIII.VTO.V, March 21, 18 IS. srene, miserable indeed would he the coirlition of I'' dated 20th Dee 1S41, on land and BAILEY 1st Division.
I man, but happily we are taujr'it' t hy Masonic tradi- T. R. Helton's Bond for 11.0"0.l .
de MontDensier, the Duchess of Saxe Co- ALLiacn,2d Brigade.
I Aujustes \bicb nominated him for the rreidencThe let The between
.! knrg. The Princes Demarthen i is ftajing with her I long expected correspondence icn.as well as by Christian Revelation Hope in a I dated20th April, lM 12,on .laVf'5, SPENCER, Jet Cavalry.
ter is written with great caution, and lookcasthioulithe Gen.:; Scott and the of War resurrection! Though now the touch and
husband, the Duke, on a visit to Her Secretary was yesterday gini ious icy and annual crops of cotton rorn. l S. SIB LEY, 6th Regiment.
Buckingham Palace. The Duchess lhjetyat, General is preparing to back out. I would seem ; communicated by the President and ot I death has chilled the genial current of In* heart, Samuel W. ISroAn's Bond for $I,(( ) J. HEIR, 7th t't

the Count ie Paris and the Duke de Cbatt are from this, and a//the other letters he has written on .1 has produced great sensation The Whigs and the shadows and darkness of night cover humid. mortgage, On land. : '", Wh "
and silent grave, yet this mortal shall put on immortality Lewis Conned Bond for $ ,'OO, 1 12lh. "
to bavearrived at Eni on the the that it would be for Poses
tate D'Aumale and the Prince and Princess subject, utterly impossible have of late turned their attention to Gen. and we shall meet agm in the brizht and gage on land and rlaves. .Judge Advocate Gen*

JoinriUe'were at Algeria. him to accept the nomination of the Wl.tg National Scot A their available candidate for the Pres. .balmy effulgence' of the morn of the resurrection !- Geo. E. Dennis Bond for $'1.500,. I i Judge Advocate and Re

Convention : idency, and there is, therefore, great anxie y Until then, dear Brother and Companion, farewell gage on slaves and land. ALSO-I '

From the subjoined account of Louis PHILIPPE'. BATON brat, Lv Jan. 23, 1S1*. to put him in a very favorable light before the Whereupon the following resolutions were offer. 1 Paper Case 1 Table 2 large : ; II
which in several without large Book Cas, half dozen Chairs, & THOMPSON
family, we GENTLEMEN Your communication L. A. ,
: complimentary ;
and to the Administration and
papn country array against ed by E. King Companion TH CBOWW, adopted A. A. FISH
it will be seen that his son, thf Db of Nenoors ot the 10th instant, enclosing to me a copy of and Inspector General. t7 ;
tit him-accusiong the Administration of a dis- by the Chapter : And ex-officio Tax 35 !
the and resolution* the tth ,
preamble adopted on .
I is cousin of Prince Albert of .
a by marriage; instant t h y a public meeting; (If m> fellow citizen3, position to cause his defeat, in the frt place Jletohed, That the Companions have heard of the Mud. 11. l-t.
: England. This circumstance will secure, from the death of their esteemed fellow Co npani, n, and Past Goods. :i 'i
without distinction: (.f pat), in Montgomery Alabama and afterwards, to refute to him credit An Entire New .
10a family in England, a welcome to the exiles has ben recti,(d. and glory of victory. But the documents I.-ch: Priest of Ihis Chapter, with IhedM-pest sorrow. NEW YORK, 4

befitting their rank. For the hich honor w bich they have been pleased Renohcd Thit we will wear the usual badge of Of Spring and Summer ,, 4
examination found ;
not maintain
were, to
S Louis confer upon me by thus nominating me for the upon Masonic mourning for the spare ol thirty d.ls. as aesurnonial Fane Lawns, 'g .
Family Philippe
L PliipT was these views, and therefore they of for the cf the de now offered to cash bnjers at a
Amelia, second ot presidency of the United States t and for the very : are pro our respect memory IS ', Cambrics, 'f
Prince. daughter ceasedand that the jewels of t the Chapter be clothedin on New York cost. Those pe ,
the late King of Sicily, in I Oj. Bv this lady, late kind language in which they have seen tit to notice nounced to be grabled. GOODS will J. I\
t, Queen of the French"he has eight children, ef my past life and services, I beg you, as their representatives : The correspondence does not place Gen'l.Scott mourning for arc months. new and unusually cheap before Gloves j* tt
the ef this Chapter interest to look at they
Resolved That Secretary
whom six to accept my profound acknowledgments; and Lisle do. :
: before the in
l"niY favorable
f sti country so a the be forwarded where. The stock embraces DRY
1. of Belgium, wife of and to as Queen ( Leopold,) ii
born I. 1612. meeting, that I.hal no aetire opposition to theme light a he deserves to stand. But that is not to tbe brother and sister of the deceased CERIES, HARDWARE. *, J

L t 2. Duke Nemours, born 114, married of my name Oft with thit rrtponMle attributable to any suppression of his letters, Rriohed, TfiafComnanions J. P. DUVAU, THO. as I have the agency fur the .? c1

'- .L"Augusta e Coburg, cousin of Prince Al office, at long Q they continue to use it thus independent but to the fact that his letters, from the time Buovrsv, and THOW hAywARD, of Chapter No. I, York Pekin Tea Company in, I fcmall have a :
and H DYKE. W. M. of Jack choice TEAS put up
bert. nfparly Hats
he left Vera Cruz till he reached the ofMexico :1 '1
city I'G committee tn the above ilies, that the lovers of good tea
f 3. Maria Clementina, born IS 17-unmarried. I am, gentlemen, with high respect,your obedient son Lodjt lrbe a carry so Madras Handkerchiefs, & i
t 4. Francis, Prince de Joinville. born ISt?, Admiral servant, Z./T.YLOR. are full ofquerrelousnes with the administration resolution into effect, and that the papers of this with the best article, and at low Pongee do. .

t. of the French N,y, married Francisca, a outer Metrs. Wi. M. MURPHY, N. HARRIS, A. F. and petty complaints.. city be requested fo publish these proceedings.Tete Call at the old stand, where the the ( p.CEO. .

of lie Emperor of Brail, and the Queen of Portugal HOPKINS, and others, Montgomery Ala. Gen'l Scott must not rest his fame on his J. B. TAYLOR, ficc'y. his brother has supplied THOMAS public H. MEGINN1SS- a

f By the way, we would inquire of our neighbor, petty quarrels with his officers and with the Talbha ve. April 1. 1S4S. 37 36 4f
5. Db the. male,of the 1522 Two; marrindto the Sentinel, it any response has been r cti\e from President and Secretary of War ; but on his DEATH OF MR. HAGNER. (tSf :inel awl Journal copy 4t. *8pring Trade. 1

f Carlna.. Anthoay co.in, Duke of King Mentspensier, Sicle.r. IS2. ; the General to the I popular Legislative nomination ability, and energy and humanity a I commander At a meeting of the Rector Wardens and Vestryof Concerts

Barried to the sister of the Queen of Spaii. made of him by the Whigs of the last session and his intelligence and patriotism St. John's Church, April 1, l5JSit was unanim- I MELODY AND BURNEY t'

r. The eldest SOD' of Louis Philippe was Ferdinand, of the Legislature ? I eo, le it be published. as a citizen. It was asserted in the IOU f -"-..1'.J v Or :' HO to the public and countty fl-;
Duke : celebrated Negro
his Orleans, born 1610. ; .ile by jumping 137. Helena from, to-day by your member, Mr McLane; ;, in; his R.ol?tJ, That in the death of their friend and TMI. to arrive in Tallahassee for the past liberal patron J a

ttaeJulJI He'marrieI Schwerin Conptlmentiry-Very. splendid speech in reply to Hr. Clin man, that aasociatethe late THOIAS II. HAGNER, the Rec. April i instant and will give a series them and respectfully re* ;( '

-by whom he bad two children Mecklenberg viz : Louis S\'erl of the Ctxr papers have complained of Gen. Scott was not arrested nor disgracefully tor, Wardens, and Vestry of St. Johns Church have J\"egto? Melody and : the New same.York I have GENERAL just re .i

Philippe, (Count of Paris.) born 163S, and now 10 the course pursued by the!advocates of TAYLR. in suspended.The to mourn the loss of one of their most active and I dists and Seranaders have met with which call i a and exama ,

rtaI. of a.aid Robert Philippe, Duke of Chartrcs, their efforts to manufacture public opinion in favor debates in Congress are the same now useful members} the Church one of her most faithful :I wherever they have been cannot, and be they -. t

ol 1S0. of running him for the Presidency. It is well known in substance, that they were at the I beginning and devoted sons ; society one of its fairest ornament [ The that their public performance will be duly notified of 36 3. 1 I

that they attempted to deceive the Whig party into of the session-the topics and illustrations are *. Ar'lrill. tS4S. 31Wakulla ,5
Slavery in the Senate. Goods. ,
believing that the Kentucky and Virginia Conventions the same. They will continue to relate to Seldom it H that the Church militant" here up- ,
On the 30th nit the troublesome from --- .
gentleman had pronounced in favor of old Zac especially the origin and management of the war the on earth is called upon to bear witness Ihe faithof I

New Hampshire, Mr. HALE whom the patriotic the former, when it was no such thing. They territorial and slavery question, &c., until-the I one so lovely in his life. Surrounded by all that MALE AUD FEMALE & 1IIGGS, "
Whigs of that State in the U. S. Senate a large and general assort :
placed by
have resorted to all sorts of man UHf to impress nomination of the two parties shall be made. :. can make life attractive ; Messed with (fdeud" fortune NEWPORT AND SUMMER GOODS ,. .
Biting with the Abolitionists, brought the question the with the belief that General TAYLOR .
country General Cass is still the leading candidate, and distinction, the departed early learned to subscriber respectfully attention of the public.

I tie abolition of slavery into that body, and a vote is the man, and no mistake; but the friends of in the estimation of the majority of the demo- consider all 'these gifts as simple earnests of that THE he has opened the above 38 'i 'I

-at had upon the subject. We copy, from the re* harry of the %cat" would not submit to such cratic members Congress. Others have sup love[ which leads beyond the gloomy gate of deathto which all the branches pertaining to

; ported proceedings in the t""iO: trickery, and they have spoken of it in language not posed (hat the friends of other candidates the glory fit our ascended Ix>rd, and the companyof cation will be (alight. The I null tot &c.
.1 I "Mr. Hale presented from citizens oflaine in session until the first day of ;
peitions' complimentary to the "no-party Whig.paty"Iproter combine against him, and put the host the innumerable throng, .
1 and New York, on subject of the abolition very up cithtr : shining order that parents who visit i the the best Southern Factories,
of slavery, and asking Congress to report on the of TAYLOR. Says the New York fix- Woodbury, General houston, or William R. "hose robes are washed .white in the blood of the families nay have an opportunity of I Sheetings,ix. a.j

sabiect. Te question of laying its reception on he p.t.a decided CLAY paper- King. Lamb." To the| consiltenll'curse of our brother asa children, and at the same time enjoy .

table me. the yeas and rajs were ordered on I 31 the Itfin parties that eter beset a coun- member of the' Church, since he fist, entered her of the sea breeze and mineral watrr.
the call of and resulted thns : I 'rv to the existing and dividing parties of their THE FATE OF SHERIDAN The terms are as follows per "
communion,th.*e who knew him best can moat 1 surely :
Ii which embr rarranfed.J)
Yea-P"I. AUtn."bey..I hi.tn. Hagby, true distinctions ar.d real character there ii.scr wasa Preparatory Department Flour. (
'& C.lbOn, t( Mississippi Dick- parry that could lie safest this no [party of all." The close of the career of this brilliant butunfortunate tl."stiand we cannot but admire and praise our Spelling. Wrmnjjand Arithmetic *.

mann, Dix, Douglas. Down., hlsnnen, Hunter, UtIle head-Jiira-or-die) metropolitan man ofTers a picture melancholy blessed Lord fur the power of that. faith, which, in Advanced English sl >dies. Miller's Scotch SnOrT,

Johnson o Georgia, LesrU. Mangum, Moor, Nile I Mr. Bores, interest while at the same time it a the i ine** aod caret, could Do. with the Classic. < Bar Soap< etc. etc. .. '
Peak, T"r.Westcotf, and Yulec-2 : representative from Virginia, *a>s pretty much the ; solemn conveys multiplicit.b| > pre Do. with Ihe French price by
warning :-
..Vayt- L"in. Davis of MassarhueU same thing in his protest against t the nomination ol serve our beloved' and departed brother from temptation Book-keeping Bennct's svstem, GEO U. MEG1NNISS- '

I ,Hl,Miller, .. ,Upham J." TAYLOR by the Virginia Contention. He chargesthat Closely ,lowing his shipwreck of character and at Lui permit him to glorify God by a Stenography 3G 4t

Now strike She. his seat in Parliament. and and full of Evening class?* will be opened for
hit rote ought fa every Southern man death IiO peaceful happy hope.
the nomination about misrepresenting
I a brought by arid Gentlemen in the for dale.
This was almost equivalent to a baa of his of Ladies .
of the .
peculiar forca. There are 23 jeas in f for of Published by Vestry.F.
.b constituencies, and circulating intelligence for he safe who maY wish to study that polite Leather LUG-
Hying the whole matter on Ihe table-equivalent to that peTonal1bertj, was no longer EPPES, Secretary. Boarders will be received into _the Top -
afterward have been
|>ro\ed to t be fl.e and to thir limn f/> Ii.. <4<*olli Ko __ for thi* market. Apply

Of fencing the prayer of the petitioners-and 7 nays. fabricated by some body. S they go, and so we gathered; arr.t i in the harvest- ting ears w of i indolence l: -f From the B.do" Chronetype, Oct. 1, IS 17. Principal The young at $15 Ladies per month will be washing under ( R. Ii WhirriNG
these 23 yeas,only one it a Whig-Mr. MAKGUMof note. At the Tin Manufactory.
extravagance, and vice. Disease was Consumption is the great curse of our Northern denee or Mrs.W.honNewport .
orthCarolina. All the Democrats
I (the are latitudes. It is the of domestic and W. P.
his felicity
eight whom are from free Statei. Every one oft rettelt vp for St. AIark, -Brigs Ocilla, Trim, secretly wearing away originally power. blight April 1. 1545. 31 :
o Matter, and Gtn. WilonMiner. | Master, were up at ful constitution. His face, once so full of intelligence the despoiler of beauty. It rob. the cheek of its claims against the estate of
it if HALE.
s* 'e of najs a Whig, we may except New York on the 29th uU.( for St. Marks and New. and beauty, bad become deformedand I healthful bloom.the mind of its serenity' and the Attachment. late of Waknlla CounU*
( and Mr. J. ItttsiLaw000
( States
are corn re one, the form dims the them, duly authen
Brig Emetine, Manwaring, Master, cleared bloated with intemperance. His old eye ot its brilliaacy. It wastes hi Jutticei Court for the 2d Dittrict ( present
from Kentucky, a slave State.Cwnoaat .- por. prescribed 07 Uv or they
.thit from the sara pOlt for St. Marks on the 2Mh. friends looked coldly upon him Brilliant intellect, and plunges i's victim into an early grave. Daniel B. Fisher, Agent for indebted to. the estate. ar

tt* upon vote ill lN The Impartial --- -- -- power of con venation and fascinating addressno The young tnd. h*.oM, the sriotrs and tiN gay the v*. ]mme
*' will see for.im.el which of the two get More English Troubles at Cant n.-The Boston longer characterized the i faded wit and city belle[ lhy puatryylas,are alike its prey and its TorrJi Welborn. CROWELL. Kxeeotrir. i

tt.G th coanlry, A'urt and Srtith, mot debauchee. The B1e t ibgj the then, whose genius defendant and all others are 87 2m C
lP Kd i Journal contains tb following extract of a letter shattered Prince Regent; victim 3n man, THE commencement of this suit,
t Utloeluld respect the compromises n the Const-! from Canton, dated Dec. $5, !Ss7 : for whom he had so often sacrificed his interest and research tarnished 'a* with weapons to bid defi- Justices Court to be held it .

** leave the qurstion of abolition with the I Sir John Davit has given Keying to Ihe 2Hh! ol and honor, left him, naked to bis en. nce to this Dweller of the Threshold!1" lie merits day ot June next and to appear onlitled Id '

CP,<< the Statei respectively.Detroit January to write to Pckin; and if. Ihe answeris not emies." All the mortifications which could the applause and gratitude of ages ;-he shall ."me. Gien under my hand and *, and! infevestefl leratee* fa the es-

I favorable, I presume operations of a hostile nature result from wounded pride and and the have oars, at least. March A. D. 1S4.EDWARD Pol. ( late of Jeffrrsoo Consty,
C"IatTe Fret Prtn calls a will commence in this pait of lh. world. Almost their claim
sense of decaying thickened One of the most important discoveries of modern Justice of to exhibit
think there be upon
that"the resolu- all the merchant here will war- intelect from Uu date to the I
tqo? Wilmot lrloD Proviso,one ver/ ., in that it it impossible for the Chinese. to accede to the him. Hi ruin swif aDd iure.. His science, for Ihe cure of pulmonary affections, is the April 1.1S4S 37 year will* bo barred; and til

'.Micotiu Legislature t were submitted year to ag Gen. i I terms of th English." creditor* seized upon every thing which the Balsam of Wild Cherry,and the credit of its discovery Family Wagons for estate are requested to mako I

I Ito pawnbroker had already taken. Even is due to the celebrated Dr. Wietar. This fain- I
the it handsome
draft*.wbeari inttriiiuatiMs 03- Louis PHILIPPE lid to have el no TUSTrtceived two
I caD IO Reynold/- portrait of hit first wife ai Saint able has restored thousands of mfieren to IL H.
I ae bl their effect, Ike.Aa1.11 invested in New York, and nearly compound J Apply ; IS, 1543. SJ 3a
f I, .CauAicV i England, lie ii lolcrablf ,,1 citE 61S.O Cecilia passed from his poueuion.. In the b altb. It u expeeUraat, took and demnlccllt.and March 3i, tS-L3. 30 At the Tin


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t :' BY AUTHORITY.ictt nineteenth and twentieth ;; and for the victories i 8. MAIL LINE M.THEnnenigne.huingpurhu GLOW, I
." cl) i ieved in front cf the city of Mexico Septembereighth .

Jt.; eleventh; twelfth and thirenth. and the ". an '
: it the Firit! Scuba .
and Betolutloni pautd capture of the metropolis!, September ourlen, eighteen >RtHnL.who is abut leaving the Stale,
t.y : .' ef the Thirtieth COBCTCH. hundred and forty. even,in which the Mexican -4...,_ "-'t. respectfully friends and the

v ,. I i. .: troops, tready superior in numbers, and wrtb every -." public t/iat/ he is at present at the old .tan where IkIES: TUCKER,
]J.t.: 1 :;0. 10,-AN ACT to confirm the bunJalline advantage of position were, ia conflict signally ,' he is prepared to execute all work in with avail. A
t \ between Missouri and : defeated' the American rnr promptness and despatch. He bas on hand the finest l ub& hir.f II.
; '. by am! Macon.
t ;_ J. B t it enacted the Seneteand Home of ReprecVsiW Src. 2 Retolvftl, That the President of the United to of calf skins, and all sotts of materials, and wi mforsit t peblic .&

c' ;. 6 tiMe L'nited Star* America in Conrr States be, and he i is hereby requested to canse to I | hour from Tallahassee to make at short notice, and in the best manner the 1OW.1 l'Hd Performing between hey rgis 1 t
t, :: .jrmi/r/, the dividing line between the be struck a gold with emblematical three TLEME "BOOTS AND SHOES of every .
,: r" Tat mral. and Clflt/on. day dnrp K y._ the b at it tfroaghy built C
1 .
I j.. States of Mi""' Arkans, surveyed by commissioners the series of brill yiCtorie! achieved by the army, tl .4a.l on tion. B'a' fole soledand otherwise repir terithanifpropeUed by ft. i rLrfJS
\ of laws ended Winfirhl Scott ,II I. si charges. He war. I
appointed authority and presented to Major General .as a good
; theforrrt/i
: ; !:. \ day. carrying one hundred ton/fonhen "! *
I.' : .. .: bv thoe Satt and rlfe as a commnn boun- testimony of the high sene entertained by Congressof will rt. Tallahassee on Mondays, rant his work to be equal l to any done in Ihe place cotton, with suitable accommodations, or.o b! *

i. ,; "t :; ::'. diry by the the l legislature of Arknulp. his valor skill, and judicious conduct, in the memorable 's.and Friday, at o'clok. A. M., and lo give as good satisfaction I to fitting as my sengers, of hzftt draft requiring Bui t I.Co I
..'. :. proved twenty-third of December. campaign of eighteen hundred and forty- ,(n'a Qnmcy, Bainbiidge, New- other workman. es wate tMJty enabling her to i= I
t : r and forty-"ix. and ot the legislature of ti.aour.ap- seven. Americnand Perry.) on Tuesdays, JOHN LERCH. regularly of the p4rr,in I
i J.; .. .'. .4 rro.P February sixteenth, eighteen hundrC aryl SEC. /MO/roi/.That Ihe Freideat of the tnite Sturays. at 10 o'clock. P. M., in May S, 1947.- 43 tf bus and Cedar Keys a9n,leaving y)tl bet h'f c
t :': fort.v-sovcn. shall ho. an.t i the same i is appro- Slate be reulte to cause the foregoing rellu- nr Stannah. LealJ Macon on DAY morning .t.7 o'clock. C.amb1.. eoff, T
: ,I I .'. 'ed ud "nfrme I the biundary between I hose tions to be ommlnicate to Major General &ot. in ,. and a.o'clock, A. I NEW GOODS. every FRIDAY meriting. Should snffxage
Slate the surveying and land district such terms as may em best calculated give Thurs- t Pd
i I : in Tallahassee en Tuesdays. be extended, or the interests
I 4 : bordering thereon; and the Secretary of the Treasury effect to the objects thereof.Approved 's, at 10 o'clock, P. M Thi line subscriber, would al the attention of the her to perform two trip 0 tippe., ,
a-ithorired lle hare the surveys of the puh- March 9, 1S48.: THE j pr th r
A M hereSv Ihe"Central Rail RoadSavannah. Au to the choice extensive assortmentof I will cheerfully acquiesce la/aad
.i .. :;.; lie lands of the United Slate closed on the line so -- -- --- V --- i and Western Rail Road fo Co- GOODS, now receiving per Brig WaknMa and : change,or add another new Boat m lo the p'
\ above mentiane'l. Vrondtn, the cx- To Florida Baptists. F connects with. the Mail Line Their stock has been selected with li..e like'
\'ft mile I also Emeline. care, I capacity to the one now ..
; t '" jP 4 ien. Ihrrrf shall not exceed six dollars necessarily per sur- SOUTIMVCSTERN B. CHRONICLE, Chattahoochie thence to Apa. from the most fashionable establishments in re I ticable this boat will emplJf A1.. ,
: nor every mile actually surveyed,or \PTIS can from Tallahassee fo York and been purchased at reduced ,. river Ibe
It TO go ; ,having wannee to ( Upper Sprin and if.oV.s
: .' vejed in closing. those> -$' A WEEKLY r-ERIODICAI., DEVOTED : three days, and but one night will be they are enabled furnish their customers at prices Withlacoocbie river. ,
I:. f I 1 : RO C. WINTIIROp. Religion, Science, Literature Commercial and road) between Talaha'see and Macon. proportionately low. Their The undersigned would farther stall ttut f.
of the House of Rpreentatives. ie
Sneaker Ge7Itrallntlgrnr: rest assured every alention will ethers, proprietors of this boat, hare nJ!
availed .r
G M n.\LH I t
I ", '. Publi.llr in N. Orleans under I the Editorial care of comfort of those who may patronize .11 selves of the provisions of an act rJJ
: Vice President of the Unite Slate and is of of material, being manufac tlf'Aw
; the Senate.Approved WM. C. DUNCAN, A. M. ant improve the navigation and to navigate ft* ac',
: Plrlident the belief of editor of the F.\RF lured directly under the eye o Stiman. all nee river, and ( other purposes therein IS.
been o .
Fcbuary 15, 1510. rhas long tl.e to to fear of is thereby precluded, personspurchasing meBJ
of all I; Bainbridgc, thop-wrk enacted at the last session of the
J.MESK. POLh. as well the conviction our $ itA'State
,4 .J 1 south-western Baptists, a that the cause cl religion in ; ,$11,and to M -2. may rely upon getting an article ,'el of Florida; that they have LlatDrl I
made. the articles comprising their erpa4
SAWYER. Proprietor Among
entitled, would receive efficient from the publication & their company pursuant to the provisions of. !
JC0. Jf ACT supplementary more support
n lothrac
: M yARN
By Agent. FALL AJVD STOCK under the name and style. of I the Florida I.
in Or-
*. S .. ". .. An art to regulate the exercie I appellate of a denominational newspaper New the Planter's Hotel l. Tallahas.ee-C. ll'LVTER Stif I"
of the Supreme Court in certain cases, lean, than from ulmost any other agency that can : K\ in may be found the following: Improvement awl Sleara Nuipl'D Cpj.
jurisdiction i ent at Quincy.
TH.-NS. The will
.e' and for other purpoc." be elploJe.: Many have expressed a desire to sec it ; 1fj. Blk French Cloth Frock and Dn Coats Black, Company soon ,
Ee if by the Senate and Howe of Rtpresentatifft cue lo3ted ,and have avowed their willingness :2 Browa and Invis.Green Castor Beaver Sacks,Snxa. of which due nofice will be given, for BurchMi
.. & :I nortr of United Stale of America in Conjrrrssa. to contribute both by money :and by personal exertions Gotha, Mix Tweeds, and fancy col'd. Cassimer do Colon and other product* of Ihe couatry*o .

t 'j .'irmJ>/nf.That al and singular the provisions to its support; but no person hxi: hitherto, : J. REESE'S Pellets and Blanket Overcoats, &c., Heavy Pilot rl cash advances, upon all property ,lq
.- f'' the art entitled," 'n act to regulate the exexue been found ready t(undertake the responsibility and and Beaver Cloth Overcoats, and Cloaks of fine Blk when reqjrel As soon as. practicable a Ibp!
ef appellate jurisdiction of the Supreme Curt in the arduous I labor oi publication. The lime for its : DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. and Blue Cloths,Pantaloons of Black French Ca,. pacel' wi b etaMibe by the COBBSB.

1. .. certain cases, and (or other purposes," approved establishment< hUe at len th. arrived ; and the Baptist and those of simer, Blk Ribbed do., fancy Plid. Check & Stripeddo. between a Keys and Ne.
feeble constitutions' se- leans for the
February twcnty.secondeittcen hundred and forty- denomination, especially in the South-we is .; also,Tweed Sat inett do.4cc.: VESTSof conveyance of freight and passeatwl"
1'\tn,10 which this is a supplement, so fa I maybe now called on to ,sustain a paper whose grand objectis ., arc often troubled with unfavorable habitual Back and Farcy Satins, Striped! and Plaid ... thereby securing to all its patrons safe and exp,.

1. batl be, and they hereby are made applicable to the promotion and the maintenance of true religion often exert a very which is Plaid Cashmeres and Valencia] Plaid Silk ditou. mode of transportation of their
cases winch were pending in the Supreme Court in the Valley of the Missi!sippi. their general health partic Mazurkas &,c. &.c. market a well as return cargo to ifj jjLijr
a al other Superior Court of and for the late Territcry Nothing, surel. need be said, to show the importance by irregularity if not total loss of They have aloan extensive assortment of Cloths, destination. The rates of transportation willhM

t., (If lao at the time said Territory was admitted into nay, HIP "absolute, cosity, in a religious I I this condition of thenystem, this ar- Cassimers and Vesting* unmnufadnrl. consistingin instac exceed those heretofore charged o aHonS
all c.a.. in which judgments of view, of hating a denominational paper a recommended 'with the assurance services, but a material of
the Union a State and to point put: of: Superior Indol Dye rt\iol sock
.. or decrees I have been rendered in said supreme published in this, the emporium city of the southwestern I t is properly adjusted 8( as not to Cloths, do. English do. do. do., English Blue and rates i is contemplated at an early .as soeiU
: or superior court of the said I late territory of Iowa, country. Ind pendentlyoflhe benfits which i 10 actvl. relief ma; b relied Invisible Green, Wool Dye do.. Black Beaver and the increase of business shall"aranllch reaio
J and not hitherto removed aloresaid writ of error would result to the city itself whose need of all the : any or ( least unpleasant con Castor do., French Black Casimer, do. Ribbed do. The facilities oflrt to parties of pleasure ototrt
a bJ
intlucnre which be broughtto r from the use of common purga. fo visit the ., all of Ie
or appeal. moral arid religious: can u1in do.. Fancy Plaid and Striped do. of Ihe latest and seasons the nr.OI.t,
That andangular bear it, will deny, the advantage accruing y resorted to. the mot healthy and desirable retreats
., Stc. 2. And be further ratrd. al upon none mQst fashionable styles ; VESTINGS of Black and or
.. ) \! the provisions, of the snid act,to this to the Baptist cause from the establishment ofa do. to Bilious Cholic may rely on the Fancy Plaid Satins, do. do. Silk Silk and Woollen and others in the Sate,and the beautiful and rooaal
.. is a supplement. so far I may be, shall be and they denominational paper in a city 'where intelligenceof ( of this medicine by using it on Velvets, Cashmeres Valencias, Vest ings of Rich tic scenery of the wannee wi. it i is supposed.. I
all which kind) is *o readily obtained, and from whichit of anapproachmgattack. There indueementstomnanyto & I
.. hereby are made applicable to cases Maybe every Velvet Plush Jlc.Jtc.ALSO them.ehe of so pI
liaise: to attacks of excursion. I
regular ant
other court of be cminated more : than (10m ; an
can any
pciiding in the or superior easily
4. and t for Territory supreme of the United States which other city in the South, would be incalculable.With .- almost every fall ; to such the uc of AN ASSORTMENT OF This Company having a they believe,mad.

.5. ." hereafter any be admitted a* a SUte into the Union, the'MisMssippi on the one side, and the Gulfof is recommended, beginning to use i Hat and Caps(Monterey))Bro. and Bleach'd. Cotton requisite arangrmenl for the convenience and a

.. .. .-. o may> ... ,;...(,.i.9ilmi! and to all cases in whch; Mexico f n the ether New Orleans possesses far of May or first of June. Linen and Cotton Shirt, Underhirt public, they solicit its patrsv-.'
4. : ::. judgments' cr decrees shall have been.rendered inS ;greater facilities for communicating with every large do. (dige.tivc organ are feeble often ex- Blk Ial Silk < do. age.
: eih or superior court at the time of such I city in the United State, and for obtaining early of fulne\eih and oppression do Lambs Wool and Angela For further particular*, apply to Messy,. D. P.
B-liaiition, and not previously removed by writ cf knowledge of everv, important' movement which may c Ch ( wi find this medi Rich Fancy Satin and Undershirts' SMITH L. Co., Columbus Mes SMITH fA.
err"r or appeal. take within its boundaries, than, perhaps, any immediate Plain do Scarf*, Brown Cotton and Cotton- RIS, Madison Messrs. PUTNAM &
. Sic 3. .Inl be it further enacted. That all case, other place city in the Union. Situate in the centre of do. their confinement often suffer from Jenny Lind Hhks. ade Drawers. r* da Keys- or to the undersigned.JAMES. 1 RCHARD

,, ; toother with all prore''.records,orders judgments, the !tIb-.wstern; country. \hich it i* the commercial costiveness : to uch this article is Blk. White and Col'd Kid Gum Elastic Suspenders,
eta and proceedings cf federal cbar.icU or ju- metropolis and throughout; which its peri i ( as it can he ucdithout .Ihe Gloves, Merino and Cotton Half. And other,TCIE

'. rliidio.'refs and not local.) transferred the State oical are freely circulated, it mlht impart more or a
courts uf the State of Iowa, ;pending prior tu and at its own tone and character. How necessary: is invaluable. Patent Leather Shoes, Umbrellas Money Belts,
tl time of the admission of the said State of Iowa it is, then that some silutary influence shot.Id pro. will be found lo act as a plc.ant cor Shoulder Braces, 4.C. &.c. Jefferson Circuit
into the Union in the district (supreme courts cf teed from this great city, to correct, as fr &s possible ing restoring the appetite and at the CLARK &STILLMAN. Court,
the said Territory of Iowa,are hereby! transferred to ,the evil which it disseminates.The every intention that the common October 23. lS47. 14 IN CHANCERY.
the district court'of the United States for the district Baptists it is hoped,arc convinced of the necessity : intended! to effect. It ipurely org. William Bailey, Adm'r. de boni non of Jab | L

: of Iowa; and it shall ba. the duty of the respective obtaining a firm fothot in New Orleans, used l according to the direction, W. 8. 1DDLWORTH l lam;, deceased Complainant,
I clerks (.f the said courts of the sid Territory of in order to oppose a barrier proRre of Romanism invaluable article,especially to t those v*.
Iowa, cr their successors in ofcr. with whom the ). which is makin; rapid strides to supremacy' in Dyspepsia, Derangement of the J.ilcr. Attorney n Law, Tilman D. Purifoy, Defendant.

records and proceedings of si.j C"S may be found uuny of cur western cities. Once established on a Itfontieello, Jefferson County, Florida, TT appearing to !the satisfaction of tbe
upon application by a.iy pcr.on or persons interested sure basis here moreover, the denomination can the B Doctor J. Reese, Griffin, Pike county, attend the Circuit Court*of the Middle -L affidavit made in this cause, that CIr. b
therein to make and certify full and complete copy more easily supply the destitution of Texas, 'which !alt! (by appointment alE WILL ,and of the County of Columbia of the rifoy, Ihe said defendant resides out of the p
. of the rcrorjj thereof, and transmit the same, together in the providence *>f God, has been lately thrown BAR'NARD, Jr's., Eastern Circuit Florida. Forida. and in Ihe State of Georgia,on ootisa if

with all the original process pleading, and open,and which invites us,with cries and supplications ida Drns Store, Tallahassee, Monticello, August 22, IS 15. 5 for complaisant: Kit Ordered, Tkil
other papers filed in such case or cases and which to her assistance. Come forward, then, brethren ] DANIEL LAUD Ke\ort. the said Tilman D. Purifey do appear and answer
.. raiy be removed without mutilating the records of and a'aistby yonr liberality.. in extending and I the Monticello Law Notice.BROCKENBROIJGH the bill of complaint fled in this cause within (tar.
said courts to the clerk ol the said district couit of strenttheninz. .the boundaries of the Redeemer' kin:-- IS t : Qumcv.. --.H_- .h.-.,.t. ,w)..s... vi .i.IUF. puuiiraiion_L1:_.:__ _I.i0155J.tS. :_ -
4 t'.e United Sate: ;and when the said records, paper, dom. I' HARDY BRYAN, MAXWELL der. or the said bill orr complaint will be taken fo|
and proceedings shall be tins certified to the said It i* the intention of the editor to pay special at.tention ; ; : for Themas county Georgia. & confessed: Provided, That a espy of this order bf

p List mentioned court, its jurisdiction shall be deemed to the department of Science and Literature, I the 44 H. BROCKENBROUGH willreturu to Flo : published in some newspaper printed in the MiddU

a1 full and complete I that of the court in which admitting in his paper no article of a scientific or 12, ; WM in time to attend all the Courts of the Circuit of Florida, once a week for the space of font
t, had beta to the said which does not tend to the i and Smith Thorn rill months. ,)
the said case originated prior literary b.nctcr. culi- & Middle ,and Jackson and Franklin Counties (Signed
admission of the State ef Iowa, or a if the said case vation and improvement of the mental and ; i and Merchants in West Florida. B. &. M. will also attend the THOMAS DOCGLAS, hJp,
hat been originally instituted la said district court faculties ; by which mean it cannot foil to prove a Forwarding Supreme and Federal Court. Their time will December 19, 1847. 22 4a
o United States. valuable medium of instruction to any family into G-2, Poydras Street b
I : devoted exclusively to the legal
".c----A I.I.-.z ..f -Wh table it may of bc inlro'JcP.A Current, corrected k. I -0 R L E. N S. LA. claims against the Unite State, pDfclio alenli'e Middle District of Florida,

.. NO. 12.-AN ACT provide additional quarters weekly,w rcw Orean3,) in each number from which -C. W. SMITH- .. 1 THOBJ prosecution of ,. arrangemints have beD mae WAKULLA CIRCUIT AND COUNTY-

.. :., ncarto New Orleans for United States soldiers Ind 1 1volunteers the plnter. and any that are interested in the Mate Refer to in Washington. Daniel Ladd, Plaintiff.' )

1 : returned from or going to the seat of of t Orleans market, may obtain all the desired Best wick,S. S. Sibley,Tallahassee. March 13. 1S47.. 31 I

4 .1 war in Mexico. information.The VU. R. L. Emond., Quincy. DR. C. If. BUNTING, Thomas Lockhart, Defendant. > ot l *
lie it enacted bl the Senate and House of Rtprettutaticetofthe price of subscription to the Chronicle" i is 19I5. : NOTICE is hereby given to the said Thomaf
Uniteil States ofAmetica in Concrete $3,00 per annum, in advance; S3. I at the cad of SURGEON DENTIST, art and all other persons interested ia lie
a\stmblcd. That from the appropriation office six months; $IW at the expiration the year. Notce. permanently located in QuincyFlorida, above cause, that the plaintiff, Daniel Ladd,bas ia*
Lundrcd thousand dollars for providing for the creditor legatees, entitled to dis- HAVING tenders hi, service to the publicin stituted this suit by attachment, issued from Ibs office
comfort of discharged soldiers who may bt landed at NOTE,-This paper since its establishment in i otherwise interested in the estate the various branches of hi, profession. From hi- of the Clerk of the said Wakulla Circuit Coon

New Orleans, or other places within the United March. '47, has sustained a character in all its above late of Jefferson County, de experienCe and success in practice, he feels assured against the lands and tenements, goods and cbatttU.,
States,so di able by disease or wounds, received : named departments not lurpaise.i if indeed 'ualtd. notified to exhibit their claims of being able to please( may patronisehim. of the said Thomas Lockhart, who reside beyosd
j.l the service, so a to be unable proceed to their by any paper either in or in any other country two yean from this date to the Dr.'. refers the public to the limits of this State, for a debt due to the paid
: homes and for forwarding destitute soldiers to their ; and should therefore meet with a cordial support! the.nme wi be barred : and all Cot W. T. STOCKTOX, Dr. J. M. W. D ITIDSOS-, Ladd on a promissory note, executed and deliver!
homes," contained in an act tnkin; appropriations from its own denomination as well from all others lo said are requested to make C. H. DCPOXT Dr. R. E. LITTLE. and payable to W. H. Perry or bearer, dated the Stk
for the uppoit of the army and of volunteers for the who desire to see diffused throughout the coun'ry W ; Office opposite the M. E. Church. Ladies waited of November, 1844, dee one day after its date.aa4
year ending thirtieth June eighteen hundred and religious and scientific knowledge. The stroud volume JAMES R. TUCKER Sheriff on at their residence as usual. which note was transferred from the said IT.H

ii furty-eight.and for other purposes', approved second will commence in March, '--IS, and I would respectfully County and r:officio Adm'r. September Il, 1547. S Perry by delivery for a valuable consideration to tbe
.$ March, eihteenbundred ard (orty.seventheSecre. advise those wishing to subscribe to this an 1549.: 31 .3m said Ladd, now amounting,principal and interest together
tary of War be,and he i is hereby authorized to apply valuable paper that NOW is the very best time they I M. D: PAPY to the sum of three hundred and tirenty-
a soot not exceeding one hundred thousand dollars could select. lin. 5t AMES, seven dollars and fifty-three cent: New the said
to the erection at or near the United States bar W. McKINNEY RUSSELL, i th I ( EIL AS? W defendant and all other person interested is i tio
racks, below New Orleans, of a wooden ho-pital, Duly appointed Agent Tallahassee, Fla. : DEALERS: Practice in all the Coart in the Middle above soil are hereby required to enter his or tbs

mmenurate with the probable wlnt of the ser- February 20. 1V1S. 32' 3t : per MEDCIN : PAINTS, OILS, I jILL Office on the frst floor of the Cap. appear jure and plead to the declaration filed in tie

t f \rice, also temporary quarters: for accommodation In Jefferson Circuit Court. I Perfumery-., Window Glass, itol,South wing,* room formerly occupied by the said suit, on or before the first day of the next Ma7
J : oi United States troops and volunteers during the Secretary of the Territory. Circuit Court to be held in the said County of Wi-
their proper detention at that port,when going to or I SPRING TERM. 1S-I8. in BRUSHES AD COLORS, November 15, 18-15. 17 kullaor otherwise judgment Trill be rendered1agaiut
S I returning from Mexico; and (or the purchase of additional I Charles L. Powell first Glass Ware, &c. him or them by default.
ground, if any shall berecessary.to executeadvantageously ; Petition( ( |o Foreclose Mof,- tantly on hand,and for sale at the JOHN DANIEL LADa
the objects herein specified. Arthur $ gage of Personal Property. prices. ERSKIN.A February 19, 13-19. 31
urnr. T TOR N E Y AT LAW
lIE: defendant and interested
: 11 persons are
\ T hereby notified of filing of the Petition for by late arrival large additional Qnlney. Florida. Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry

.. S NO 13.-APT ACT to antliorii the inning of a reg Foreclosure of Mortgage in this cause, and they are t I ,,.JcJieat.o1a m'cal"which, TT7ILL attend : Court of Gadsden REPAIRED.
ister or enrolment to the schr. Robert Henry. required to appear and plead to the same, if any pleat popular patent remedies, V V County the Circuit Court o Middle Florida 'T'OWLE & .MYERS, having secured the service
I. J' I Re it enacted by the Senate and Houte of Repre- have.acccrdmz to la w. The mortgage is on personal the the largest and nOt varied in and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia. J. of an experienced workman who win attend to

tentative of the United State of America in Con- propei ty, and wa made to secure the payment t November 22,1845. 19 tf the repairing of Watches and Clocks exclusively?
I grett astembled, That! there be issued under Ihe direct of fifteen hundred dollars and interest. be in store a lot of QUININE, tcar- 03-: Sentinel copy. are prepared to do all work i?their line of busiaosj
S ion of the Secretary of I he Treasury, a register. or THOS. JEFF. HEIR, ( of eeryiuperior quality. well and promptly.

i enrolment for the schr Robert Henry, formerly a S'licitor for Petitioner. a large assortment of RACES.-Central. Course, Macon. November 6.1 847. Ifl
British vHsd,but now owned by John P Baldwin,a March I,11S. :34 2m' GARDEN SEEDS _
a citizen of the State of Florida; and which said vessel I CITY HOTEL,
for Sale. : gardens of Messrs Hovey & Co.
4 having been wrecked on the Florida reef, and Lad
invoice of choice BRANDY AND
; which he has caused to be repaired and refitted for rpHC undersigned will sell that fine tract of LAND :
of CIGARS of extra All
lea again. PrOird. It shall be proved to the satisfaction J. known the Gaskms tract, and situated about qually.
a for sale al the lowest ..
of Secretary of the Treasury that the fifteen miles of in Leon County. Said
: cost of repairing and ufitting said schooner in the tract contains abut Talahase.fve and sixty acres, ors LEWIS I AME.

United States, after her purchase by the present about two fifty acres good hammock; said No''mbc 20, J8t .. .A.AL.LanAOoLr, 5J..UILJA.
I ownerexceeds three-fourths of the original cost of the balance pine land of a superior quality well Watered I 7 ; '
building a vessel of the same (tonnage in the United there being a stream running between the County Tax ClectsSALE. l.1 nno the undersigned has been confided the w

., States. hammock and pine lnd. There i on said tract hl JL agement of this Hotel.HAMILTON
February 2fi( 1845. HUDsOit.
; Approved about seventy-five acrt: otherwise im that the authority vested in me by law, THE Regular Spring Meeting, over the Central January 8,1843. 25Notice.
titles will be made fo the
proved. Satisfactory pur day levied upon and wil expose to ,near this city,will commence on
NO. 1C. AN ACT to amend entitled chaser. Terms made known on application to TE .
: an ac An of the Court the coun DAY, the 2d day of MAY 1843. The ( : .
act in amendment of the the JAS. T. DAFFIN.
act respecting judi .Florida, Purses be The
.. cialsysternoftbe United' March 4, 1549.. 33 Gt J the wi ofere.winner money of each to b hung up at A LL persons indebted to tbe estate of LooieJoiaoy

Be it enacted btl Senate and House of Jepre.aenJatite. Just Received } Monday in May next-, ready th race.Pvrte. XA. late of Hamilton County, deceased, are reqMst*
of Stale of Jjmerica in l hours, the following pieces or ed to make immediate payment ; and those having
first 1 mile heat
Tuesday, day. $
C01&r u nuevnbled,That in case o(a vacancy. in the AT LEWIS 4. AMKS' Drug: Store a fresh supply viz: Wednesday, second day, 2 mile o 0 demands are requested to present (them in terns ci|
ice of the clerk of any circuit court uf the UDile Ne.nd Valuable Medicines-among which containing 474-acres, and known Thursday third day 3 mile bel., 600 0 the law,duly authenticated.
in vacation the of the arc Ihe following : 0 ELIZABETH JOINER
Stales to the Adrn'
judge ditri. according original sur ,
v Friday, fourth day best three in five,
the district within such vacancy occurs may Hatfed. Surveyor. Also lots February 19,1848. 31 2m
winning hone 200 00
.- .., appoint a clerk,who shall bold said office until the BITTERS, I. ', .::I. 52, 5.6.01', 62, Silver Cup worth for second best,
; end of the nest term of the circuit court for sid di.. Designwl) and will cure. DlPlpia. Liver Complaint '79-, SO. 8), 82, S3,1, 14. if more than "$ Furniture, Carpets, &c. for Sale

trict, unless! the office i is sooner filled by to appoinment diseases, Piles, drofub. .. all kindrf :300 acres; and known and des Saturday for beaten horses, 00 1 AIR of handsome Mahogany Parlor Coaches,
r1_ 11
S according to nitng Ja". state reulins of blood.:--- :"i.u".r .tnm".h .r } according to the original. sur CHARLES A. ELLS I 1 handsome Mahogany Book Case,with drawer

: _,' ."I'prtvc March pure DR. HULL'S WORM HartficlJ, Surveyor. Secretary Central Race Club. and desk 2 handsomfe Carpets, 1 Double Wheel Patent

The safest, most effectual, and LOZENGE described lots of' Land situated, Iy- Macon, March IIth, 1S49. 34- \ Corn-Sbeller, the most approved article in w*
: preparation the ol Wakulla,on the west
RFSLUnOXS. county Apply to J. R. FORTUNE,
before the for the eradication S
'. NO. J.-A auhorizint the erection, Children publi. of WORMS, in Rrr. being portion of what Notice Feb. 5, la t3. 29 At the Tin Manufactory.
I on the public ground in the city of Washington, .' and leie upon -
HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES, months after date,I shall accounts
; of a monument to George Washington.Retolred Aparachicola SIX present my Tax Collector's Sale.
by the Senate Will rxtv'vzConsumption, and CURE al cases ef f ter Mtistj. their State Lnd Compny. vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probates of
t S. S. tiara of the United an JDtu/Rtp 6tla." Colds, Asthma,Spitting of Bo. Pains the Side Wakulla, for the 1S4" JeffeVson county, and apply for letter of dismissionas B Y virtue of the authority vested in me by law I
; tembteJ, the Siat. .fmer.! Monument Shortness' of Breath, and al Pulmonary Complaints AHIJAII HALL\a, Sheriff Adini.trtor on the estate' of Henry Feldberg, shall expose for sale, before the Court Hens

i 0". Society b Tat, it i is hereby authorized to e'fllhe ._ Tax Collector Wakulla Co. late Jeferln county,deceased. door, in the city of Tallahassee, on the first Hc>J7
HENRY GRE Adm'r.Otoher in August next, the following described pert1'so
: moment to the memory of George Wash.S -AL 19 "BER
r.: prop rich portion of Ibe public grounds or DR. HULLS FEVER AND! AGUE PILLS 16, 187. 13 much thereof will! be sufficient to pay (tbe State
i reservations within the city of Washington nol Well knoI Safe, Certain and Effectual Cure Notce. and County taxes due thereon for Ihe year 1847:

M otherwise occupied a shall be selected' by the PresidMil for Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever.lntermittent pmwnt my final at. Notice Section 15.Township 1, Range 1N aid E,purporting
.S and other Fevers. Price reduced to .hal W.G. Gould.A. .
: Scventy-fiee I to belong to
of the UoitedStateand the board of a1 '
manager :to lb n. Judge of Pro hereby given to all persons interested, that sis Sheriff
S r>f said society as a suitable site on which 10 erect per ( n County,and apply for leter of months after dateI shall present my final account Co.
The Medicines, fresh and genuine are fur and ex officio Tax Collector Leon
the said monument and the abe .It.
fo necessary protection I of the estate Joseph and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate in'and
sale by LEWIS AMES January 29.1848. 28
thereof. & laid
for the of Jefferson and for
-;.- Fa. County apply a discharge
Approved January 31, 164S. Talabase. acre COUNCIL B. ALLEN the Administrator
b"" For certificates of information a of the estate of Anna Brooks G. W. HUTCHINS,
of with. the will late said
of CouaftK
o., concerning('he above Medicines,see future annee. ,deceased.JAMES
N3 2-JOIN RESOLUTION expressive of the 32 n. AUCTIONEER,
.t. and which b. ob. BROOKS
Congress to Major General Winfielc anrtilments. .pamphle. may Jeflferson County Oct. TALLAHASSEE fLJ.O .
S Scott and the troops under hit command for their ent' John P. 30.181. *
t ..,. distinguished gallantry and good conduct in the March 18. 1818. 35Cabinet'Making Duva Deaf and Dumb ALES in'any part of the county attended to. tat
; 4. campaign of eighteen hundred and forty-seven. seniC, citizens Aylu O respectfully solicited.
,S 5 Retolved unantnuutly by the Senate and house :, &c., and surrounding country Office OF KENUCKY. xtriN liters:
,' Rtpretentotioet of the United Stale of America C O-PARTNERS1Il.-The undersigned have associated SIX Building, over Hayward's Book \\A nHE subscriber,a the resident agent of the said H. BOND, Esq., f LLOYD Jt Fiaoo. .
,. in Congress attempted.Ttnl\bt thanks of Congress Ibtmtlfeal.jflher.and from Ibis date .. Institution,offers for sale in tracti, and vpon J. W. ABCTLE, Esq, | D. C. Witsow, E*>

$5, be, and boy are hereby presented to Winfield Scott, the two shop b ume. an tbe business con. I 32 to utitpurchatert.about Foar Thousand Acresof January 22. 1849. 37
S. .: general commanding the in duce by LYNCH iiyiNGKRHOETS.. They are lo LAND,situated in the comity Jackson, in the
5. Mexico major and through him to the officers and army men of prepared> to do all descriptions of work in their line, : pray Notce. State of Florida. Also, the Right to Locate, to a Thomas Jeff Heir;

? she regular and volunteer corps under him. for thou, nth I tddill.nddepatc and on I reasonable I terms ndersigned, aAminis- limited extent. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW,
uniform gallant and good conduct conspicuously for csh plant a any workmen inthe I estate of B. F.Lipscomb d The above lands were selected .t an early date,by in the Circuit Court 12 Cat *

1 displayed at th .ieg andcaptnre of the city ef Vera country. The conjrnoeil patronage "tb pubic account and vouchers to tle an uperiencejude.and are belreved to b amongst T17ILL VY practice of the Middle Cirtuit.and is. I*

Cruz and casJle of San Jon de Ulna,March twenty i mOt r eetul111clt. O of Wakulla County, and lob the e01ll.C. County Court and United State District Cwrt ?
ninth, eighteen boodred astd (forly-seven ; and in the; of said estate. Tallahane.
4 uccessive battles o/Cerro Gordo, April eighteenth ; GERARD VINGERUOE r ( E. E. LPOMB. Mm'x. AgentqfiJ.4D..L.fry.Quincy **
0 ., Contreras, San Antonio, and Churobu, August Tat huKf November *t, IS : On June 12, 1St?. 47 Ijros Moaticello, January 39.1349.

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