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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 22, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
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And King has flown from hi* palace hall vessel, and began clearing away the main "' start in business" would be more benefit THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DEMOCRACYAND FLETCHER INSTITUTE. "Sir," said be to me ene day 1 am a sad
The And there the mob u heard! hatch. than thousands, at any sjbsequent period of! WHIGGERY. TiioiiASViLLn, March! 23, 184?. I fellow-very childish, very wicked, and of 1 I'I

TbeT hout in tbe heat of their maddened glee; The leader,a swarthy looking fellow, whose heir career. Dr. Franklin was impressed Nothing
(\,What it ound leaps can from compare bondage with to liberty a rution'kcryVhen ?) square compact frame indicated strength, and with the idea when he bequeathed a sum, the of the two parties and tbeir spirit, than for "Fletcher Institute" to be loca. -but I can't help it. 1 never see a fur cap

The voice sweep on like a hurricane's breath whose eyes, black and hazy, and half con. interest whereof would constitute a fund to be the following extracts the one from the Whig ted at this place, met pursuant to appointment. of that color, pointing (10 bis own, which lay
And the wondering world hear what, it saitb cealed by the lids, expressed cruelty and cun. loaned to deserving young men of Boston, in National Intelligencer, being as cold as au Members prelt"nt-l P. Smith, Ira L. Pul. steaming on a settle, before a huge roaring ,,.. '.
.' Fi ance, France is free !** ning, approached the cabin} hatch, where 1 order to start them in business and John Jacob ice.berg, the other from the Democratic U. I ter Wra. W. Griffin, G. A. Mal tttr. R. H. I fire-on the head via boy, without feeling as en I
sbod foot of the that the first thousand nion, exhibiting all the fire of patriotism : Hamilton W. Wm G. Ponder : if I could out. I have been .
The rough people tramps stood, and addressed me in very fair English. Aster once remarked Luckey, Sharpe, cry my eyes ,
Through the silken rooms of t royalty, Are you the captain of this vessel ?" dolars: of his immense fortune, cost !him more From the..Y'atiMtallnld/itnM". and Daniel Bird. what you told me you once \\'ere-a husband I
jrid over the the door shattered the mirrors monarchy and lamr.Lii Yes." labor and exertion than all the rest. Young; Through the Magnetic Telegraph, we have The Board than elected their officers viz : and father, a proud father and a happy bus. C

They have like grasped the throne in their irony, 41 What's your cargo ?" m 10 are frequency compelled to labor and toil the following account of the condition of af. Rev. Peyton P. Smith.' President, HamiltonV. band. You remember the fires we had id .
And have borne it aloft in mockery ; Flour." incessantly for years to get a start-to lay a fairs in France, consequent upon the late revolutionary \ .Sharpe Secretary,William PonderTrea.surer. :. 1324 Well, I had camped out that fall and I
Bat as if the ghost of a king Hugh; he Where from 1" tuun> a ion ;-but perhaps, af.cr all, on thep proceedings in Paris as contained was making a fortune, how and with what :
Still wielding a shadowy sceptre there 44 Boston." inciple that "seKreliancd is the surest source in the editorial 1 comments of an English paper They succeeded in locating the Institution on view, i ill nobody's business. You needu't ) i -

Shivered They dub to it dur.to earth.vith and the trample Orleans crown it down, 44 Where to'" of tjcces," it is the better way. of liberal pOliti:!. As regards what has hap.pened a beautiful Hill on Tallhassee Road, in full ..tare-I saw the question rising to your throat. ,

And shout with a *'oire tLaJ rend. the car, Cape de Verd." in France since the sailing of the last view of the village, and have made arrangements Well, I bad: left my wife ; no matter why; incompatibility s
France France is free!** Why sir, they arc all starving there," he from the Saoannah Republican.LAMAUTINE. steamer, this account is very imperfect ; but, for laying out the premises into suitable ; of temper if you like. All I '_ i;

On. joy to the world the hour is come. said opening his eyes and looking full at me. 1 I in the absence of other intelligence, we giveit sized lots for the convenience of those who have to say, u, (hat she was altogether too I :
When the nation* to freedotnawake. Yes, and the flour in my vessel was freely This great name is now identified with the for what it is worth. may. desire to patronize the Institution. The good for me. Had she been more of a WOe ._ \\I
t When the royalist! tand agape and dumb given by good Christians to feed the starring! Revolution in France. lie has not hesitatedto From the Jf'cuhmgton Union. Campus" is to be ten acres square, two man and less of an angel I should: not have : )

\! I Over And tbe rnonsrcha walls of with majesty terror shake people." adopt a Republic. Odillon Barrel wavered, Wo l l"e; 5u an age of prodigies. Nothing buildings are to be erected of brick, of a suit. been what I am now-an outcast-a wander ,,

.. UpLariio" u writ in word of fire The rascal continued his deliberate gaze a and recommended a Constitutional: monarchy, can be more stirring than the flood of events able size, two stories high, one as a male and er-a hunted mitlav. Ob, you needn't stare. '1 I)
f And the eyes of the bondmen wherever they b*, moment, then turned towards his men who in favor of the Duchess of Orleans and Count whirh pour: upon us from Europe by the Cal he other as a female school. In the arrangement I've told )ou about all that I mean to tell you '
Arelit with their wild' dcire.Soon by this time had broken into the main hatch, de Paris. Lamartine therefore represents the edonia. The heart of the friend of liberty the beard had an eye to future enlarge. on that bead. I

I.ikethe, soon OrleaDs.shall the into thrones the dust that be blot hurled the world, I and in a rough, commanding tone, spoke a republican movement. springs to meet the grateful intelligence which ments, which is contemplated! as soon as circumstances Well, we separated. In plain! English, I t: 1
And the word roll on, like a hurricane' breath, few words in Spanish, which I could not un. His views of a republican form of government communicates the extension of liberal princi. will admit. From the f f eing! ai away and left my wife ; taking with roe J'.
Till the farthest slave hears what it saith. I derstand. for France, are expressed in his Historyof pIes in the Eastern rord.! We do not aimat manifested by the citizens generally! I haveno only one child, my poor dear Jerry-th-. only
II Arise, arise! be fret!* The men looked up in astonishment, and I the Girondists, where he attributes the failure : the character: of propagandists. We avoid doubt but the buildings will soon be under child! I was !!sure of; for between oursolves, :

-- withdrew to the side, where they stood gazing of the Republic in the Revolution in 1759, I all active intervention with the politics of Eu contract, and we hope at least by the end of my good sir, the devil had put it into my bead -

F-JD r; !.. :A_ J U____._ curiously towards tbeir captain, for such was in part to the indecision of La Fayctte. rope. We leave it to her to shape her own he year, to be able to employ a faculty! and to be jealous of my poor \\'ife--and so I left -.
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thrust his hands behind him, and walkedto 44 La Fayette commanded tho army. lIe not to rejoice at the spectacle! of France enlarging The Rev. Peyton P. Smith is Financial Agent and took with me the only one that resembled i 41
A. SKETCH BY TUE CAPTAI.N. and fro quickly fur five minutes ; then he could have done every thing, but attempted :I the rights of the people.As for the Board, and! ;Is fully authorized to I mt'h., 'if you could have seen that boy** .
i Eighteen i tbe ship I commanded said to nothing. A man transition, his life passed I receive all deeds and bequests They like sunshine
I years ago, sharply turning me, America loves liberty herself she can. gifts, grants, : eyes were though
was dancing over the waves on a mission of You Americans are all heretics why between two ideas ; ifhe had but one, he could : not but rejoice that: our ancient ally shouldimitate In aid of this laudable! enterprise ; and we black as death. Well, Jerry and I got along '1

mercy, laden by the generous contributions ofa should you send dour to feed starving Catholics have been master of the destinies elLis coun. her example-made more imposing; at hope to be sustained by an enlightened:: pub. pretty well for nearly three years, when one ... .
New England city, she WAS bound to the ?" try. The monarchy or the republic were the present time, by the efficiency cf our pub. lic in permanently'! endowing an institution of day I received a letter from my wife, saying
Cape do Verds, for the famine-stricken and Because they are our fellew men, and alike in his hand ; he had but to open it wide. lie counsels and the splendor of our military earning in our midst that will vie with any that Luther, my eldest boy and the two blue. t
dying. Brighter skies neter gladdened the their Sariour is our Saviour," I answered, astonished he only half opened it, and it was only a semi. achievement other uutitution of the kind in the land. Let eyed babies were in their graves-two were '. .j i

tailor's heart,than those which was bent above at the conduct of the man. liberty that issued from it. Inspiring his ceun- It would be a miserable affectation! in u:, this be our one object ; and our prayer i i", drowned in each other's arms-the other died t t
us; pleasanter gales never filled the sails of If you lie to me, I'll nail you to your own try with a desire for a republic, he defendeda therefore, to conceal our sympathies ar.d our hat Heaven's best blessing may rest upon the of a broken heart-a mere baby but it pined
the sea journeyer, than those which sped us"D deck. Is this cargo the free gift of your coun. constitution and a throne. His principles! wish for the success of liberal principles in nstitution. itself to death after I disappeared-she told
to the haven where we would be ; and trymen to the starving?" and his conduct were in opposition ; he was! France. Th country feels! ire I3olj! parties The Iicalth of the location no.ie can doubt me so and I believed her-asking for farler.pnrfarlcr t .

now may God have the good ship in keeping," 44 I'll prove it to you by my papers" I an honest, jet seemed to betray ; whilst he struggled participate in good \\vishe for regftiera'cd who may visit it and why should there not a hundred times a day, and when .
the prayer which concluded tho old Englihbill swered. for the monarchy from a sense of duty! France. Mr. Allen, of Ohio :Ins this day be at that place just such an institution as our ever it awoke in the night-and dying, liter 4
of lading, had been heard and granted 441 don't want to see your papers," be returned his heart was in the republic. One life can come forward with congratulatory resolutions wishes demand ; and there is in additicn to ally dying, with that upon his lips. My wife ( II

we felt who trod the deck of the stout craft, swear it by the Saxiour whose name only be devoted to one cause. !Monarchy\! and in the Senate: of tEa U. States. The press this, an abundance of moans in the hands of added, that she was coming horn. What 1'
whose errand it was to succor the destitute. you have just pronounced," and as ho spokehe I republican! were both in his mind ; and he of the Uuited States sympathizes! with the our people to build, and sustain' it after it is could I say ? I knew that 1 had wronged her:

We were all in high spirits, forward in the crossed himself devoutly. i served for and against both. He died without I liberal press of France. Almost all our jour milt, and we hope that our citizens general. that I was a fool and a madman ; but what ..:

forecastle, and aft in the cabin. Sailors, who 441 swear it by the Hoy! Trinity," I replied, i having seen either of them triumphant, nals, sate tho blundering and bigoted Nation I ly will feel ::'5 they out to feel on the subject. could I say. :.
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are so often hungry, liable at any moment to solemnly, thinking better to fortify what I I but he died virtuous and popular. al Intelligencer/ of this city, participate in the and with their cooperation. no doubt but Well, our arrangements were made, and I i "
be (put upon short allowance, and compelled said by the three names than one.! With these convictions of the faults of the sentiment. The liberal spirit which is expressed Fletcher Institute will be a blessing to us and set off to meet her-leaving my poor little boy .k .a

at times to fast entire! know better than the The pirate lifted his cap, and bent his head great leader of the first Revolutkn in France, by the Whig press-and even by the abundantly more so to our po.'ttrit.r. It is for t at heme, with a hired girl to take care of him. -1
landsman how to pity those whom famine devoutly, when I mentioned the' Trinity. It Lamartinu could not hesitate to adopt the one London Times and Standard-is looked for posterity that we arc now laboring. Many until I got back.: To Lf sure that he would ..,

threatens. Jack has ready sympathy fur the was a happy: thought of mine, as Mr. Larking idea of a Republic, completely and fully.- I in 'am from that paper ; for it goes for the or us now feel with regret the want of fduca. I not go astray: I had lied a young Newfound :
man who has no biscuit in his locker.It afterwards observed. Accordingly the decrees of the present Provisional abuses of the government against the rights of tion in early life which doubtless many: would land puppy, of wLIch be was very fond, to the ;
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was our fourteenth day out just in the The man stood still, his head bent over, Government have swept away all vesiges the people. have had, had the facilities fur obtaining it post of his trundle bed-telling"him to stay '
:grey of the morning, that the mate aroused while one might have moderately counted fifty. i of monarchy or royalty. To us, there I _ _ been at band. But it is now too late for us I there until I returned with his mother, which .: :'o
me with the startling intelligence that a suspicious When he raised himself up, it seemed to me I appears to be some infusion of Socialism! and O'ConneVt Tact at Cross Examination. -but where are our children ? Do we not uight be in the course of that afternoon or to. .
vessel was in sight. With the first that there was less of ferocity in his countenance. Fourrierism in their decrees. But perhaps He was once examining n witness whose inebriety want them educated ? made respectful, intel- wards night-fall." ./

ray of light, the Tigilant officer had descried The eyes were no longer half closed, his arises from the want of State or Depart. at the time to which the evidence referred ligent and moral,capable of filling cur places Here be stopped and his breathing changed ; ,

her, and she was so near as to be clearly madeout but open, and clearer in their depths. mental governments. When these are organ. it was essential to his client's cause to as an educated people ? Yes, all say yes ; but after. a few minutes began anew, in a low'n I.
without a glass. 1 was on deck in an in. I looked steadily at him for a moment. ized, they will take from the central government prove. He was a fellow who may be described hen let one and all give this subject that consideration er and steadier, though much altered ton ;

slant. 44 Captain," said he, courteously can you I at Paris, such subjects as pertain to social as half foolish with roguery." its importance demands-divest 44 Well eir, we met once more, and she for. Ow
The first glance at the stranger almost dispelled supply me with two or three casks of water ?" I wants. 44 Well, Darby, have you told the truth to yourself of every prejudice, from whatever gave me ; and wo were happy. And so I
the fear that the mate's alarm had oc I gave the order, and the water was lower. I Lamartine has indicated the causes which I this gentleman 7" source it may spring and give it your: hearty trok her in'o my arrns, lifted her into the sad .; j1i
I casioned. ed into the boats.! A word from him sent his produced a failure of the first Revolution. If 41 Yes, your honor, Councellor O'ConneL""How cooperation.The die, and we etarted together-two as happy toI

Why, Mr. Larking," I said, laughing as cut.throats over the side ; but be lingered be. they do not exUt now, the French Republicwill do'you know my name ?" board drew up a Charter for the insli. I creatures rs there were on the face. of the
I spoke, "there's nothing suspicious in that bind, and after a moments hesitation, as tho' be permanently established. His words "Ah, sure every one knows our own path. tution, which we learned could be granted: by I earth-notwithstanding the self-reproach! and .."

Lubber looking craft. She is a Portuguese! be half repented of his resolution, and was are these : II r"r: the Inferior Court of Thomas County ; soon heaviness I felt, on hearing the particulars of ,
brigantine ; she can't sail." ashamed of what he was doing, approachedme 44 If the parties or men had taken their vir- ell,you are a good.humored, honest fellow as consummated, we presume it will be what I cannot bear to speak of yet, or even to ,
I ..She looks like of that build," the mate with his hand extended. tues instead of their impulses as the rule of: ; now tell me, Darby, did you take a dropof : laid before the public. think -the death of Luther and his two el .. ..

answered, ** but she is built for sailing, and God bless you," he examined, as he felt their actions, all these disasters would have I any thing that day 1" Our Agent will doubtless pay your town a der sisters. Poor Lntber-poor baby !- 4
It she'll spread canvass in a wind like this that'll my grasp, and send you where the starving been saved to them and to their country. If 44 Why, your honor, I took my share of a visit, when the claims of Fletcher Institute Well, we were already more than half way .7

send her skimming like a gull over the sea. are praying for bread." the people had been moderate-if Mirabeau pint of spirits," I will be laid before your citizens. back to the place where she was prepared to "'

t And look, now, at the men on her deck." The next moment be was ene. It is very bad been honest-if La Fayette had been de. 44 Your shair of it ; now, by virtue of your : Very respectfuy.! see her little nestling asleep: and dreaming of .. t

"Gire me a glass," I said, "I can see nothing probable that the piratical rascal was hung, as cided-if Robespierre( had been humanethe oath, was not your chair of it-all but the : Your obedient servant, its mother-his dear: new mother, as he called '

t on her decks. be no doubt deserved to be. But, however Revolution would have (progressed through pcvther?" HAMILTON W. SHARPE, and persisted in calling her from the momentI ;:

; One glance through the telescops was terrible his fate, I am sure that from the depthsof France and through Europe, majestic and Why, then, dear knows, that's true for Secretary of the Board. told him that she was coming to live with .
t enough to convince me that the mate was his heart, seared and calloused by crime calm as a heavenly thought. But it was pu, sir." us. Poor little fellow He had almost forgotten i
right. The vessel was sharp built, and of and self-desecrated, there burst forth a little otherwise decreed." The court'was convulsed at both qu-stion YOUNG :MEN-WHAT THEY HAVE DONE. her. Suddenly as we were descend

light draught, and rigged like a brgantine.Her ; .- warm glirrmer of light, which mitigated somewhat ANCIENT ANTIQUITIES. and answer. It soon, step by step( came out Charles XII,-of Sweden, declared of age ing the top of the hill, our horses began to '
masts raked very slightly, besides the the desolation! and relieved, though it that the man 'was drunk, and was not, therefore by the states, succeeded his father at the age snort-my wife caught my arm and as I
miles and round .
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canvass usual to such a rig, she was fitted to'' could not entirely dispel, the gloom of a dying was a competent witness. Thus O'Connel I fifteen. At eighteen headed an espedition turned toward her, I saw the whole western 4'f Uivi \
and thick for
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with 100 high enough
carry a lugger sail which spread before the hour. won his case for his client. I against the danes, whom he checked ; and sky in ror enaiaJ! glow. The voods wifj *3-t* !
wind, would add to her speed. In addition, three chariots.: Here is another instance of his ready tact with a fourth of their numbers, cut to pieces I on fire Before I could speak a strange 't' ? y
she was pierced for twenty-two sweeps. Her GENERAL:: WM. O. BUTLER. Babylon was 60 miles within the walls, and infinite resource in the defence of his the Russian army, commanded by the Czar, darkness swept Land I felt as if the hand of $ J

; decks were crowded with men. This officer, now in command of the Am. which were 75 feet thick, and three hundred clicn'!. In a trial at Cork fur murder, the principal at Narva,-crossed the Dwina, gained a vie- death were upon me. I tried to speak but f* v
with 100 brazen
"It'1110 honest craft, Mr. Larking," I said, erican Army in ;Mexico, is of Irish descent. high The of Diana gates.at witness swore strongly against the pris. tory over Saxony, and carried his arms into could not. I could ouly! urge my wife to fol. ., *7J if

"but she may not be a pirate for all that.- His grandfather emigrated to the U. States, 425 feet temple and 200 broad, Euphesus."al with 127 columns oner. He particularly! swore that a hat, found Poland. At twenty.one, be conquered Poland low, and clapping spurs! to my horse, 1 rode *. f3
One may not be surprised to fall in with a sla.: and settled in Kentucky. During the Revolutionary long roof. It near the place of the murder, beonged! to the dictated to her a new sovoreigu. At Itraitway to the fire. Once only did I turn 5 J *
60 feet to to was
ver hereabouts." war, he was distinguished for his extraordinary in high support prisoner, whose name was James. wenty-four.be subdued Saxony, and attvren. -and then only to look back: and forbid her V fl
.4 She's no slaver! captain. zeal in the cause of his adopted I 220 years building. 44 By virtue of your oath, are you sure that ty.seven, he was conducting his victorious to follow me further. i-
of the is feet
II Why do you think so 1" country. He had five sons, all of which be. The largest pyramids 491 high this is the ame hat 1" troops into the heart Russia, when a severe Well, I arrived at the place, and there I $!; 3 ;
and 693 feet the sides its base covered 11
"Because there are guns on her deck, instead longed to the Patriot and the father, on ; 44 Yes." wound prevented his taking command in per. found-bear with me patiently-first the hired \J3: !] '*
army The stones about 40 feet in ,
of water casks." although an old man, signified his! intention of acres. are length 44 Did you examine it careful before you' son, and resulted in his overthrow and subse- girl, frightened half out ef her senses and it V >:
"I did not say she had a cargo of slaves in," joining also. The neighbors remonstrated ; and the layers in its are erection.203; 360,000 men were swore in your information that it was the quent[ captivity in Turkey. hiding! under a fence. I asked her for my i ?i

I replied. but Mrs. Butler silenced their objections by I employed of contained prisoner 1" Lafayette wall! a major-general: in the Amer.. boy. She stood aghast at the inquir. Heron .,-1 f
Then why does she carry so many guns the following memorable words : let him go"! The labyrinth! .Egypt 3,000 441 did." lean army at the age ofeighteen ; was woundcd reply! was a wandering of eyes as ifin -, I
on her decks ? If without a cargo, her guns I can get along without him, and raise some. chambers and 12 nails. i Now, let me see," said O'Connell, as he at Brandywiae ; but twenty-one when be search of something. At last, with ',;t ;
there should Thebes, in Egypt, presents ruins 27 miles took the hat and began to examine it care- for the on his own credt she gea :
should be below ; if with one, thing to feed the with, in the bargain." up railed supplies army difficulty, recollected herself
army
be more water-casks on deck. If that ain't They all won great distinction for their skill round. It had 100 gates. full in the inside.' lie then spelled aloud the t, at Baltimore ; but thirty-three when raised say, that she had seen the fire in time to es- .-. '

a. pirate, Captain, I never swam in the Ken. and courage in the evolutionary struggle, Athens Cartharge was 25 25 miles miles round round.and contained name of James, slowly, thus : J-a-ra-e-s. to the office of Commander-in-chief of the : c 'pe with my boy-that being dreadfully, faigued !i :.ti

nebeck river, and a salmon ain't good eating." and were highly complimented by Washing citizens was and 400,000 slaves. 4Now, do ;you mean this word was in the National Guard of France. though she had not run sa 1_ f
As if to put an end to our speculations, and ton. La Fajette once said : When I want 25,000 The of, rich in do. hat when yoU found it ?" inttuzfli Pitt, the first Earl of Chatham, d I iwn to rest herself, looked towr the path .l
clear the the auspicious vesstl begin temple Delphos was so I do." but twenty-seven years of age when, as a bJ which we were expected how !
was
I up mystery any thing done well, I order Butler to do it. nations that it was plundered of l O.OOO some .: <
i it. to spread more canvass, and as she gathered One of his sons was killed; the other four, and Nero once carried from it sta 44 Did you see it there ?" member Parliament, he waged the war of I or other she fell asleep-and that the last she .
with the breeze there sterling ; 5,000 "I did." i against the corruptions of Sir Robert I remembered little had .
way freshening with ten of their sons, were engaged in the a giant I was something Jerry
ran up her foremast a flag, which when it last war with Great Britain.Of tutes.The walls of Rome were 13 miles. 44 And this is the samehatT"a I Walpole. said about flying back to untie poor Carlo.I .- : -,
reached the truck unshook its folds in the the second generation, nine are enga. It is." The younger Pitt was scarcely twenty I My heart had died away within me. I knew 474' '

wind. On a white field, we saw the terrible ged in the Mexican war. Gen. W. O. But. ROYALTY UNMASKED. Now, my lord," said O'Connell, holdingup years of age when, with masterly power, he I that I \\"a chi1lu1 knew it-don't talk to : JmeI J-

Insignia of the freebooter death's bead and ler joined the army as a private in 1812.- Jefferson, in one of his letters, gives the the bat tq! the bench, "there is an end of grappled( with the veterans of Parliament, in I it it was so. When I '.
croq.bonet-palnted in diabolical black. Since that time he has been engaged in many following daguerreotype sketch of the reign. tne case. There is no name whatever in. favor of America. At twenty-two he was I arrived at my I found it nearly destroyed ('
/ "I thought so said Mr. Larking, quietly, scribed on the hat !" The result was an in. called the high and responsible post of by fire and little ofT '
hard.fought battles, and has won his way up ing kings of Europe, as they appeared in his to I : way lay my poor :
"and the ship has no guns." from the ranks to the'! distinction of Comman. dal.'e trust that they have improved since: stant acquiuaJ.-Fagan' Life and Times of Chancellor of the Exchequer. It was at that I boywith Carlo watching over him. Te 1,

I ** What arms have you, Mr. Larking 7" I dcr-in-Chiefof United States Army. lie Louis XVI. was a fool of my own know- I. O'Connell. I_ _ age when he came forth in his might, on the I chid"a dead-that is Carlo you see )

,' uked. is a poet as well as a warrior, and has pro. ledge, and in despite of the answers made for Well Anxvcred. clergyman was once East Indies. At twenty-nine, during the I My in the madhous at Philadelphiaand

r ". An...' old horse pistol, and the lock out of duced several fine pieces of 'erse.-Fami/y him on his trial. The king of Spain was a accosted by ,a. doctor:.t a professed. deist, who firstinsanitfofGeOrge.. .! III., he rallied arouad I here am I, God forgive me.." '/ k1
roer. Visitor. fool-and of Naples the same. They passed asked him it he followed preaching to savesouls the Frnce 01 n ales.
And I have only a fowling piece and a their lives in hunting, and dispatched two T Edmund Burle, at the age of nineteen,planned A Blush.-Tbe following is both pretty and .. j

pair pistols. I fear these fellows will make PLEASE SIR START ME IN BUSINESS. couriers a week 1000 miles to let each other 44 y cs." a refutation of the metaphysical theories poetical-with a savory dash of originally.Who .-
tbeir own terms'with us." know what they bad killed the .. hear soul ?" Berkley and Hume. At twenty, he was the writer is we know nut : > r*
Being down the dock one af ernoon game pre.o.ding Did ever a
"Yes, cut our throats, and administer our in the latter upon of summer, we were accost. days. The king of Sardinia was a fool. "No."you 'I in the Temple, the admiration of its inmatesfor What a mysterious thing is a blush, that 5Ti I Ia
effects afterwards the he part and the variety word, a look or thought should send that inimitable .
replied mate
as of his
Bourbons. the genius
ed by a little fellow about ten years old, with All these were The queen of Pore Did you ever see a soul ? brilliancy carnation the cheek like the
walked forward. Please Sir start in business." We look. tugal, a Braganza, was an idiot by nature, andso "No." of his acquisitions. twenty-six he pub. over ,
me
We made all the sail we could, !but fifteen / satire entitled A Vindication soft tints of a summer sun-set too,
the of Denmark. Their her lished his celebrated Strng
ed into the boy's eye, and there was an honest wait* king sons, 44 Did you smell a soul ? the t
that that it is only the FACE -
minutes satisfied me was impoasi.LIe. ,
escape Regents, exercised the of 44 Natural Society. -
there of and as power government. No. .
a spirit enterprise
expression
The of from the pirate that is capable of blushing! The hand or
report a heavy gun The of Prussia the of "
king
which if directed would make a successor Did ;ever feel' a soul ?
properly lOU
go. The Boston foot does not turn red with' modesty or shame
and ball Candidate.
us speedilybrought
a whistling over Frederick in The Impossible
ahead Well what do the great was a mere hog bodyas Y es.i'C'
man.
we
boy, can.
us to. The pirate came quietly along for youl" With a my quarter of a dollar I can well as in mind. Gustavus of Sweden Well," said the doctor, there arc four of Whig gives the following crumb of comfort I any more than the glove er sock which covers 4
like a panther, which sure of its prey, wu in of Austria and from Massachusetts to the Taylor Whigs : it. It is the face that is Heaven There s
and were really ,
Joseph the whether
buy a gross of matches, with which to start in crazy the senses against one upon question the l ,.
be be traced intellectual
DO baste to seize it. ** In Massachusetts Geu'l Taylor can may phenomena
peat business." The quarter and George of England was in a straight waist there is a soul."
was forthcoming I
I The he within distance in other light than an impossible with confidence amounting a moral cer
moment came speaking away started our embryo business man, with I coat. There remained then none but old "Yes." regarded no t
I he hailed and ordered me to launch a a thank you," in a German accent, which Catharine of Russia, who had been too lately 44 Did you ever see a pain T" asked the cler. candidate. The politicians may sustain him. tainty. t C,
hoat and come on board. We got out a quarter told that bo belonged to that frugal and Indus- picked up to have lost her common sense.- gyman. 1 but the people cannot. His nomination by a SeTfisJaies. Selfishness has no soul. It is 4
boat sad I about in her, to and I Convention must be regarded as a signal -
to jump found it Whig
was trioui class: of our fellow citizens. We have In this state Bonaparte Europe, "No. I a heart of stones encased in iron.
f7' ay respects ia person to the villains, when frequently teen our little customer since, busi. was this slate rulers which lost it with scarce 44 Did you lever taste a pain 1" for the dissolution of the party. For our. cannot see the miseries of the Belt.hnrl can.
*.t. LadLing asked leave to go. struggle. These animals bad become with. "No." I selves, we should not hesitate to oppose him at worldi
ly engaged in bit vocation of match peddling, a not feel the pangs of thirst and hunger. Who
"If ikoy want the captain," a&id he, "l,t and yesterday meeting him in a crowd he sang( out mind and powerless, and so will every Did lOU 'ever hear a pain 1" all hazards. fight manfully against a selfish disposition 7

*ea lead for him. I'll see if the mate won'twell. out to us Buy tome matches, sir," and look. hereditary monarch be after a few genera. 'I No.' the teeti.Lion wi grows gradually and when nurtured increases f
&nrer Dress not Gmlilitg.'V
as ink he recognized us, and began telling of tions. a Did< you ;ever smell a pain 1" day by day. Prosperity and
up of the following remark \by Steele, do rapidly
I theL.Ud scarcely put his foot on the deck of his success since ha ".started in business."- Mr. Jefferson concludes the letter from "No." I I good the passion. Silver and
wlaeD h. again appeared on tke which the above is extract with the fol. feel 1"Yes. some of us any harm now a days 1 I luk fee g"l
j ,ml, lie had made considerable money, and bat an Did you lever: a pain When a speaks coarsely, he has mae it laugh outright. Who kM a eon _
eaceDded to the bosi which remarks I person
began .
employed two tub-peddlers who were lowing : of the selfish water depressed _
DOW himself
I ;::0Pu '.-L Almost at the sane instant, a unable to start in trade on their own account,' And so endeth the book of tho kings, from U Well, then," said the clergyman, there dressed mind clean is to no purpose.be The ers Who has not seen him leap a for joy
a
. I II .i was IWU & .'er the rail, into which and offered to replace :tha capital he had com. all of whom! the Lord deliver us. are also four; senses against one upon the qucstion'tHietber1 clothing of our that of bodies.certainly To to roger.inmen's the rise ef flenr, while the poor were starving
betray
before our
,fck ty n** looking rascals armed to th"r inenced Emulation is a noble passion, as it strives there be pain; and yet, sir, you ded about him t Selfishness is a passion hell Z
is much
:' Les*! Sprung, and pulled towards oi. T.aafierwarda'tbey How many upon.there are among our young men to excel by raising itself and not by depress knew" tlius t \ pain and 1 know there U a greater talk offence a corrupt against imagination the conreri&tioa, a of and good men should lbr t keep i tr.I o
were on board of Tardily; Visitor.
soul.
mj another.
just entering npon active life, to whom a little ing IEl _




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:. (,,1 ". :;;. j--: IJIXTS TO'PU15LL1CSPEAKERS.It .- FURTHER- 'fOUCIGN-.- -EXTRACTS.- ,-Cfl'tp.; / rl; 'iif the Baltimore; Pap -ITy Tel'tpraph. I TIlE FLORIDIAN.I Mr. Clay: started, fain. large bolder of both New Y.\Sht.wd eityl IoU!*

I For a long time tbe country bas been entertainedby and most likely cf the bond ., other
Slate .i
fart in the ,C 011r.d ssw
: ; f: is.a qurions history ( f
.L ; Sp"in-O accounts hem M-idrkl are of MR. CLAY AND THE PRESIDENCY. numerous letters and essays, ts t to what Mr. CtA the General Government. The ml

4)4 ,.::.'" that lh* lomlesl, noises always perish\vhfrcas on the Itbc J 12h!: .!!. The Chamber of Deputies uas CINCINNATI, April 12, 18-18. I 'I.KT US 4. AX.32CE. would do, at the proper hour with tefennce to the holds in the city of New York I. Immensely estate that:!

I j s 1 : fpot where they are produced, nmsical till discussing: the penal coco! bill, and in the Presidency. Even the last Sentinel was ornamented ble, and it is probably within tb* troth

.::1!' I ; } nott will l tIC heard at a great distance. Senate the discussion i : on the project cf law I transmit. you the folloxving important ::Saturday, April 22, 1843.UCJUOCRATIC with sundry extracts going to show that Mr his interest in property and credit ia to set dow.

';i4 5 .' "; f. Thug, if, approach within a mile or two of communication from Henry Clay, which Las the tail*!
suffer his before
t \! for investing government with extraordinary ---- CLAY not only would not name to go States at net less than five millions
of
) in which fair is held GOI..C to hand. It i i. published his authority dollars H
just
town or village, a we by .
t f a pouer h. 'ri nut yet been brought to a close. NOMINATION'S. the Whig Convention but that,as a man of veracity is most likely as largely interested in the
funds
"1 ,# I j : may boar very tainlly) the clamor of tho. nuil. The Itiked'Aumo! end the Prince de Join. : be could not. It has all along been insisted Great Britain and other European ef

r.if.on.: titude, but more distinctly'I fbcorgans and othr' vil'n: hauled at .Mulaga I on the 6th ; nfior reomOl.nn" TO TIlE 1'UDLIC. (FOR r.ovERNon or FI.OMPA : that he declared before he left home, he would not evidently rich enough." nations. He !.

VCr I musicl instruments which: are played for their ; ll-iop bout!' in th.' harbor the Irin- The various and conflicting: reports which GEN. WILLIAM BAILEY. think running. Why, though, did'nt he say so

: amusement. If a Cremona violin: z. real Jell f, JibruHer. The Infant Don En. would have ventured to The Court of Inquiry.
I 0 ccs r in circulation in to intentions lf>R CONGRF5S : openly ? (or then nobody
'I ;." :: : Amitlti, 1 he plated' by the! sido: of a 10fr: fid.le rifj.H1 hid: born .uuck oil the list of half pay Lave: been with to,the regard next Presidency my WILLIAM I P. DUVAL. ovrr-persuade him, as they hive done. Well, day : This Court has finally adjourned to the United

Mt -. '. :>" ,::1 th,' iatter will ound much louder i.f the! respect I States, for the better convenience of
natal ollicer ia of his letter of all the
t : consequence to me to furnish the occasionfor after day, the good people! were promised an early arUt.
pro.cr
4: '. .I"- ..:;f. IWO ; but the sweet, brilliant tone of the A. adhesion (10 t tie l IVcnch: Kepuhlic.Auilrtj. appear n full, frank and explicit exposition of my FOR rRTSIDENTIAl. FLECTORS : announcement of his withdrawal. lie was even engaged l or interested in tbe proceedings ol th

t: i' 4 fricnds; looked coldly upon him. BrilliaM ; All inc who had made FAIRDANKS St. JJhns. Court. The Court has thus far been
piinccs : feeling, wishes and views upou that subject, GEORG : H. of said to be decidedly in favor ol General TAVLOR, occupied ;ia ia.

t "]l ...t. puwtrufcol'eraliol.\lhJfoscinalintnJdn'c, : ,theimclres iiiijmpiilar; hart retired to private which it is now Ill)'pllrpMe to make. With CIlAflLS II. DUPONT, Of Gadsden. his fast and valued friend At last it was understood ve-li-cating the chafes against Gen. PUJXW. C,,.

I no lon-er chamctPiizi'd: fdcJ Rnj !io.! 00,000() of the National (J-md* were a strong disinclination to the use of my name JOHN MILTON, Of Jaclison County. that when he got home 'from his kissiag tour, ScOTT has not proved as we see stated in some of I

4 f 5VM tiaItered deb.iuchoe.: The Pr'ntc Urgent, ',Irearf" t'nr.H..tI. Ttvo Arrh-Dukes ofu cur exchanges, the Leonidas" letter
j
jigain in conn'ction'ilI.. that office, I I left uti5cd-J'ca, satisfied with the favors and blandishments upon CeL P. I
,4 .1 : : f.:. \ he had} oton: Mcrtfired: : his in. tria Albrr and Louis my On (the seventh day of the
: r ,Lon .. hare i ecu deprived residence in December last, under a determination 'The MadUon Ucsolutlong. bestowed upon hit.i, he vould then tell the trial Major Ba.nfwu" I
; :'.. tercut and honor, :left him, nakrd to his n. of their command examined,and testiBed that be
( a* officers in the )'.- lo announce to the public, in some We regilct to notice that the resolutions o( the world that he would not permit his name to be used was the author of(he-

". *-mie<." All ihe mortifications; which coul Some (.f the! people, the lunnbor as yet un. late Mulisnri Convention have been characterized I letter,which he wrote at the request of no I
It
o iiitahle: form, desire nut to be thought of in conne inn with the Presidency. wu amusirg one, and
; i aesult from woondfd prid and! vanity.:fuhhf know ha\e haul : their lives for the try .. Gen. SCOTT had bat the
1. : COn as a candidate. In my absence, 1 frequently :as un-.1e and disorganizing, by our brother of to watch the various phases of this rucnor. But, charged ( Leonidas letter wr I
? .;: sense of decaying; ; !! thickened! upon lib Austria has ceased bean not only written with the
.. .eec ccmrnon: him. Hi ruin was : as.l SII' ( Hiscreditors absolute' : (tion of Gen. P. but contained
monarchy. could: have carefully examined interlineations iafci
r cf thif not
print
'. .. j willingness: to be again in that attituJe! but i is at home, and true enough he wrote a letterto
which: the *
.:: t seized upon i-rery tiLing (Icr/Kimy. .\ ( Las broken (Gen. P..) band
war writing.
po..satitss though no one was authorised to publish my de. the pn.TMplos involved in those tr outions! or he every body when be got there. Accordingly vcitDessts
.. : pawnbroker had not :I it-July tj! on. I'venKertio'ids' : ttt in (; A number! of castles! have were with *
,;, : : errmlnJ' cision one xvayorthe olherII\'ing reseived \vcul l have arrived at a difT.rcnl conclusion. If our readers would like to know in what term pressed questions, to substantiate( tbi.
of his fustwifeas Saint
; i :. { portrait iiccn buint down. enm' of uhich have blood to Tl.* tirst bjection; is made to the third resolutionadjpUtl : charge, but Gen. CADWALADEK, Col. B. Hij.tr
the right to do soexrlusively myself, on reflection he has declined the honor of being candidate, let
Cecilia passed from his ;possession.: Ii: the :l cci.tnries. The horizon i is red HosKE,
r in Capt. rCol. DPKCAJI
Conventicn. The cf theIL'utn.r Lient. RAJXI !
many by the language
: '" dutaitcc tho other I thought it duo to my fiiends i to con. them read the letter from him which we publish in Lient
be heard
mat will at a parts from incendiary! fires. Villages! have sult with them before I took a final and decisive is as follows : mother column. The promised withdrawal i is expressed RIPLEY, anll Major POLK:,(the latter of whom stated
: '.:; cannot reach. Hr. Voting on tile authority' ao! bon burnt. Other castles: the residences that be had been a law student in
,. ; within the ol The titird! re"xlution asserts cnrrerlly: that the Gen. P.'s office
.. that at Jibr :Iter the human step. Accordingly, cnurso | in strange language ; as if a man intending f or'
Dcrhiim) ,
Males
-, : if ih greatest families in (iermany, 111'.Cht't"1 territory is the joint propertvoflhe Utit.vlStatce. two years, and knew his band
have had writing
I
.. ., voice be heard at a greateriitat.ce: : the lat three month, an opportunity to say he would be no candidate should say : People perfectly-
mxy razed lo the ground. The Stewards but it is difficult,: ( to cf.nceitc how the sovereign testified conclusively that the
.. t' thin other animal.! Tlr.is v. cotlager :. of conversing fully and freelyxvilh them. authority okrcr it must rest in the people of the IT.Y'F.nAL tell me I can be elected, which I cant vouch interlineations in pl.'

i any in; the wood, or in plain.1"1 1.P wiohe were compelled to throw the: archievrs the Many ofthcm have addressed to me the strongest Stare!" in any other srine cl sovereignly than {for ; but if so, I will not be a candidate, unless the per No. 3, (Leonidas I letter,) were not Gen.PILLOW'.;-
: -pen fire. Men! education
( wore in the ranks of appeal and the mn't earnest entreaties, that which re ids in the people. as piincipalt, aet- In addition to this testimony in favor of the ia-
Convention
I M call her huOianJ, who) is working at a distance nominates me, which, as it would be the
... ilo peasant I*. Two thousand tcliliers were both verbally! and in writing,to sudeinpfrom jag through their accredited agents in Congress ; cence of the accused, the New Orleans Dell of ue.
chance of of the States it
I bic doe not irx-ul but i pitches! her advancing unrn t them in all h:1 .h'. intended unless; it b assumed that the people: of the several only gaining some largo lib instant,) the in which tbe letter
.. toice toa musical hey, \\hiclihhc knn\\sfioir. The UukeofSjTc Gotha hn executing: my purpos Tht'rppre.- States alone arid net Con re.s, can legislate for the ought to do." Truly, have these prophecies of his paper first ap.'
Coburg : ? promi'iriod that tho withdrawal of pcarcd,) contains the
seated! to me my name nut could not have following :
:; and b that means reaches hii l'r.Thp .- his: -al! and lit territory. thislattersupposition declining been verified. Is it possible that the Whigscannot ,
Constitution the
Jal.il. } j"cls a would be fatal to the success, nn') perhaps been enterfaintd. by the Convention for a moment ? Gen. Pillow.-We consider it due to Gen. fi\\
!
of lion ccuM! not understand Mr. Cv.s'scharacteryet They
rot tl'lugft -ity of the pes.! lie has: accepted petition lead to tho dissolution; of the party with which in the face,of the constant: practice of legislating for low to correct a misapprehension which seems te

.. : penetrate M far.. This property of ir.U'ic. ; ia pointing cut the reform: re';ured.; The Lave been associated : in the the territories through Congress There is no con- sec not his vaulting ambition. They feel not that have possessed Gen. Scott and Mr. Trist, ia renrd

I the human \'oioo," BIVS the author! .is ttiiki ) -i Iving of Saxonv 1.8* positively! and insultingly I particularly slrn.tic.lJ, slicrt of running into downright ab.urdity, the stern despotism he exercised over them not long (lo the interlineations in the Leonidas letter, howl
abroa-J. :fieo States ; that at no former period did there which canb;, put thi propos.tion of the con. life still feeds his as No. 3m in the charges. These interlineations
i'igl ly shown in thCallicdial} !* refused to listen to petitions for rc.t.ru. upon since, will not be slackened while ,
any exist so great a probability: ('filly election, if I vei.tisi, mrej't that in relation to the territories as made hy the editor of this paper, in the ejerciwef
the mass is jviformed ::u rnii ; T-increaMng, e\er-burnirg thirst; for
p' line rntird. 1 m.1il.ulhe cf Ihe power.- Ihe prerogative which all editors claim
would consent to the II"P of my name that the 10 all othoj people several Statesare and exec l&
>;cal rounds, and Jt'clnt' audible to every The King of fla"lritlll" ordered his representative States ofNexv VeiL and Ohio;would! inall the 'ovf'r"nl.; and Congress the mere truleelor Did the whi -platform speech at Lexington mean of correcting and improving the language of anonv.

S J. (!t'u te.lo\e'u.} placed! the reiaoleit j.aiiof : to lh* Gcimanic: Hil't) to demand great azenti to express their} will!! [fn this case it i ii nothing? If asa private citizen stepped: forth to mon comnr-nications. The interlineations did not

b ." tbe church ; whereas if the same: ma>>s had a revision of the' compact/ and the probability ca l their votes for me ; that but a mer* truism, and] is pprftctly consistent with save the country, how could he refuse his public essentially alter or affectthe substancecfthe narn-
representation New York xvoiild: more certainly Lestoxr: her the idea ol complete control over the territory byConcr.'i. ire, but somewhat improved if,
according
have toonr
l t.ei read, the iOmdsou'i nt : Irar. of th-! f/ennai/ the
: much
the services invaluable to
in Diet.Poland.
f' people Convention could so more same purpose jCtgm'nt.e think it
the not have highly
.. the the choir." suffrage upon me than any other candidate ; i Sur-ly probably from the
eHed beyond prcci.ici .-At P<>sen; tha now produced a that Ohio xvould! : IH'r.il to candidate ititcinlcd. : to a sat that the States ern-oil. lad aright ? direct testimony as well as from other circumstances

Those orators who are heard ia I large as em- sensation impossible to describe. Nevertheless gve no ; to 1'g"loIle i our tie} joint property.. There can be no more speculation now as to what that the letter }o. 3, or the real Leonj .

a, (ties mos difctinctly, and at the greater (Hs.I an insurrection wa: not considered imminent residing: in the slave oiates but to ins ; that Now we admit that it i ii difficult to conceive Mr. CLAY -will do. lIe has filled the question letter, was written without the Cognizance or partic,
there is a belter prospect than had heretoforeat ipation of Gen. Pillow. Of the letter No.
lance, are thOc who by Ool.lalingthoo c, tile people! being ilrtormincd to wait time exited ; that Pennsylvania xvould: how" (the sovereign authority over it (t fie! territory) be has withdrawn the veil. The world is now apprised i is certainly very similar to Leonidas,we know 1, which notbinj. .

:" render it more musical. Loud speakers arcfceldom'heard calmly the doveJoprrcnf; of event. any must rest in the people of the several States in any that he has started again on the track to the But: having in our possession: proof of Gen
e unite with them that no candidate can be elected
:, : to advantage.. I uikc'. voice The Elector ofliesiC Casel, not having ; other sen* of sovereignty than that which residesin White House. That which is left for the good Pillow's innocence in regard to the inlerlineaticas

a : i is s-iiJ to hare been 1 soil oflofiy!! cry uhich gone f.trpiv-gi!1 in Eli concessions to the pcop without! the rcneurrnee be oftxx-o of these the people as principals, acting th'ough their accredited whi s to bother thcn.-elves about i is, as to the effect in the Leonidasletter, we think it our duty to mike .
three States, and none coulJ defeated the statement we have made."
: much the f hi discourse ; upon
tended, as al formality ( :>, they rcm-iined tinder arm and laid Irateri.Zf agents: in Congics," btt we deny that this his determination will hive upon the Convention.It .-
in the house Common: to fci.d the xx horn all of them should be united ; that "i eat Kj last accounts Gen. Scorr bad arrived in New
; : I with the &oldcrs;; l giving thc King three numbers of fellow-citizens both! of native i3" prrfc\ liy ccnj!tent with the idea complete i is not to be dis;uicd that the Taylorites are ingreat
Chal'ham's our : Orleans and
; lueiubrnt tc their dinner. :Jo\vet t preparations were making to give hima
I lod,'ci'e! their' domino "
Jars on
: control otcr the territory by Congress, except so consternation. The quarrel between them
and t foreign birth, who xvcro deceive-1, and his
fame
reception
whisper was tli tinclly heard his muM.'o! befitting and service .
; "' Dittnrlances at ilrntz.-The Hrostan Ga. therefore voted! against me at the last: election far as it relates to (lie p'iblir dmnain. Congress, as and CLOT'S frien'! -.\i pretty enough tefere. In

: '. tones wcresnc t, rich, Rml bentiIilyvaried! rto! stjtos: tat!: con! iJcrabe! disturbauros arc or an opportunity: of bestowing Ihe a;?nt'or' trustee cf the people! of the several Virginia particulaily, it had reached a very interesting E.rpl.on.-\nother whig hnmbog is thus exploded .

says a writer, describing the orator ; when lave lro1a'u out in three districts! IIruck, Jti- their noweajvr suCrac: on tna that ,.tit! there is a Slates! i* bound (II execute: the (11 n.-t confided to it crisis, and Mr. UOTT, inglc-harjjcd! as hen in the PGU"ile Emoriunzpublisbed in the
I.e raided his Voice to i its( pitch the "i; ;
: highest ; : JiMibi.rg and Iratz, in con
Loiiso was completely! !,' (illod: uith iheolumo lin; :ne s of. the, peasantry to pay the usual customs discriminations in f.yor..f the of State IRON -We are happy to find it
false
by t the great Iw(]yi-f tie! 'luiy part v t hi rough. people one aged (the State Convention so as to prodcce a now fully cm-
;, tif Kound, and the effect xvas awful, exrepi to Il.e loj.'s of the cedM that, besides the 30
manor. %'c are and those The on every SI00, allowed
another.
rfjudinal giveil with! to the relative cf f
out the UuiJid; i'tites, they! -the friend to | power impression regard strength
when he wished t cLeor animate and then home
to or to learn that! fire-arms by Congress a bounty on our IroD.Americia
i be had spirit stirring lote1. \lib! were perfectly terry bo resorted to. were obliged to whom I refer-at the same time are convinced Ly tlif: Con>tiluii.n! to Congress, to make all the two mighty champions they were in arms about. rail-way bars, because of tteir superior quality,

: : iirosh-silde.: Tho ; Lo\.c.u. that I ammore available linn any candi. needful rules ai.d regulations fcr the unrnmerr ofa Mr. CLAY'S letter will impart new and greater zeal command $3 above the price( F.ngliihwhich gives

.hi : Then( the house ThInsvrrecti -n in IVar'cmlcrg and Thzd.cn.'l'he dac: that could be presented! for the American territory was net t mod in reference to a political to the conflict; and when the Philadelphia. Convention our iron men 15 per cent farther( advantipe. And if

was peculiar power. rising ot (the peasants in Wuttomb"rg for the society, Lot cn'y! in relaliun to the public land will be in fine I heir ingenuity be not kept asleep by ever protection -
before him still he andwondeifilas peol'l'; : I elf not pretend to vouch necu- ? ( meets, the two parties plight and
MJI { ; was dlgnifpd, a:1I1: l Uaden i if gaining ro"ncJ. A letter we shall seen have to record farther and more
was his elv ucct ntendtd withimportmt f.omStt.UgrJoftL lllh racy of all these representation aiihfiigh I do! C'n;r.< '., p* the trustee: of the people of the State, practice; for a grand battle. Great ill be the fane astonishing: advantages. The price of iron has advanced

that il every.
"Travellers who
(ff.c. have arrived here
uith a conviclion thai ihcie was something just e>tymade! and are sincerely believed.It it does to all ether matter, must, in giving t- should happen, which is altogether probable! that I dency."
fiorn
1 i hi him finer c\cn than his words ; tint the Ilcchmgen stale tint the whole of tint. has been moreover urged to me that: thegrest pre, ion to their sill," confine itself to the objectsand I an umpire should step in, and, in adjusting the controversy In spite of the predictions AIVDKEW STKWAKT,
in and that demand
luan was greater infinite'jr greater, than the principality abolition: was of up all arms, The Duke they has obligations under which I have been : design of (Il.e trut and we believe there it demand that both surrender to tim The and ether whig leader, who sigh for a return of the

taxes. hitherto of thn who will contend that the of the federal tariff of 1342, the iron manufacturers will act succumb
orator.! -Coirpcr. in placed by a large portion peo- none agency I 1lot is thickening. At every stage, the game be-
so'.ight letter from
Fafe-y tliSllt.notll'r I pie of the United States, the full force of which government extends to every act which the peo. comis more exciting. to the ruin"brought upon the country' the

The God fl3-'dL.-I have now in my Stuttgard says :-"Th*? Duke of Ifecbingt'nl no one can be more sensible of than I am, demand I pie) of the States as sovereign communities have The Kloriila Whigs, as a matter of course, whatever act of IS,16 Instead of yielding and throwing up in
has this arrived
hand a gold! watch, which combine embellishment t;. dominion: moment The hating: : that I should! not withhold the use of' the right to perform.{ Its agency i is limited, and the Convention may do, will stick to TAYLOR.Eh despair, they are even getting more for their iron
uhoe! of ihe
and utility; iu happy proportions, and is Olicrand! is in Mate Jfrc'olution.'olcJs Wurtcmborg my name if it should he requested ; and I therefore, ,although the people cf the several ? They said so last winter, and it is presumed than perhaps ever before Hew stupid they Brail

usually!! coiuiJered a very vauibc! : appendage than castle a have have. been reminded of frequent declaration i States are the sovereigns, and Congress (Il.e mere they knew what they were at. Tiue they would te, not to see that they are being absolutely ruin.t. -

\ to the person of a gentleman. Its hands, burnt down'en lat are "reported The Cari to :ruLe been Ga. x\f I ch I have made, that whilst lifo and health trustees or, : tnls la express their will," yet under bate nothing( to do-with a Convention, and they have i isii.ce ." by tins !

'. J f face, and chain, and, case, are of chased and zette _'* night. bodies of remain, a man is bound lo render his best ser. the restrictions cf the Constitution, the expression determined otherwise, but that \\3 a small mat r ADd Still Another I
burnished Its gold teals sparkle! with says : Large peasintrv arescoutingihe vices the call of bis this ill be confined thrsc in .
of lo
.., gold. destruction upon country. w must matters relation ter. Who imagines that they care how their opinions General TAYLOR has favored the country with
country, carrvingtireand I
| : the ruby, the lopaz tLc sapphire, the emerald. along with them ; a fearful: spirit 'has Since my return home, I have anxiously to which the power to legislate has been given. change as to these corrupt cheating, spoils- another letter on the subject of the Presidency,writ

I open it, and find that the works, without been aroused, ar.d energetic measures should: deliberated upon my duty to myself] to my If, 33 is admitted by the Banner, Congress has [ seeking bcdies That has very little to do with (tie ten to a member of the late Democratic Convention

I which this elegantly chafed case would be a be taken by all good men to put it down." principles! to my friends, and above all 'to my no constitutional, power to prohibit slavery in the quesl it..n. It is the maD they arc after. Even i if all in Kentucky, from which it will be seen that hr

mere del. those han-J motionless! and those A letter from Heidelberg of the 10h: ult .I country. Tho conflict between my unaffected territories! thon it follows that Congress cannot exercise the little Conventions, which are called through theSatc again reiterates his determination not to be the candidate -

f.lresihout m- .nil are made of brass.: : desire to continue in private life, as most the powers of sovereignty over the territorit*, : to respond,"should express their preferencefor or exponent of any party. He will accept
says
iaveatig&te: furL er, and ask, what is the congenial to my feelings and condition; and my and if it cannot cieicisc such powers, then it has' what it.? The
\Ve Jim in ii limes and j CLAT. matters lightning was he a nomination from a National Convention
( >atrous proofs 01! laY
f-pring by which all these arts put in motion, wish faithfully:: lo perform all public' duties control" which is in
my not that implied
social disorder xUible i around "complete greased aol started, and it is too l late to try to stopit. for the Presidency, from the Whigs or Democrats, or
great .
are usA
-
: made off 1 I told it is miJe. of steel. I has and If
am oeen painful embarrassing. the .
the
remarks of Banner.The Tallahassee has
The :
of the Jaws has clique managed bravely. from both but will not consider bims ll tb, advocate
persecution commenced in as
;uk what is steel ? Tho reply is, that In I refuse the use of name, and those injuriou .
i my serord objection urged is predicated the the wires all in their nandf. when
our (b rJ.&nd. Mulhcim, the house of I the upon Having own one of the views or opinions of either. This isa

iron which Las undergone a certain process. I Mayor, xvho endeavored to them! consequences', should ensue which Lave filth resolution, which declares that the Territorial I break, they mend it at once, and say nothing about very important letter and corroborates tbo itito-
protect xxaspilliged. :
So then I Cod the mainspring, without which been fiiends, I
so confidently predicted by
my Governments claim exercise
In the caster districts matters I can rightfully or no it. General TAYLOR, if Ihe Whig Convention merits nnde in an extract frcm a letter in another
the watch be ruoiioues.! and its hands should! incur their and the
justiy reproaches
arc worse still.! A war of annihilation has political' or higher }j-ower than is demed from the throws him overboard, may console himself that he I column :

tjurc and cm cshmct but tops, i u uotofgclJ broken out against llhe landed: proprietors.oiL .- ,i reproaches olmy own heart ; and if en the organic law cf Congress by which! they are formed." has a Corporal's rruard in the sovereign SUt of BATON ROGUE, La.Feb. 6, 1S43.
-that is not sudiciently good nor of I should assent to the use of name,
; contrary my
The from the inference
Danrttr dissects II
0 .. the very ground where 300 years ago, the Ip'a".tut | entirely Florida. DEAR S'R-Your letter of the 12th nlliiro, ia relation
would but I
brass bat not do- ol iron. Ironis whatever the result be, I shall! escape
may exercise
Territorial
war .lxvi'i! SJfin the r that the Governments "can no to the next Chief Magistracy of the c uetrj.
: i therefore, the only! precious metal ; and scenes rage renexved. Tho), same I both. I have therefore finally decided to other or higher power than Congress" and add? :- New York Charter Election. has j".t leached me. In reply to which I L" tel

t this \.3lch an apt emblem of society. Its are of being the Prince beautiful leave to the National Convention, which is to There ti an inherent} right of self-government in The election for Mayor and Aldermen ofthe city I c,Ut tp, so tit' IS ITl am concern. J, I have not changed

'. kaaJsaud which the hour country seat Leiningen, which assemble June the consideration of I the position I first occupied, as regards boipga
f 'ires tel testable I next my of New York, resulted in the success of the Demo my
I Lc hid !built at great expense aller the model every people constituting a political body, especiallyin candidate for (that high office. At the same time,
} the master to \\ho in connection with such others! as i is elected
name W. II. HAVEMAYER Democrat
tpiiits thl age, !H may crats. ,
: .,Windsor Castle! has been reduced to ashes.AJditiotuI relation: to tiiir domestic concerns, net providedfor such has been the indications of the people, irrepcctive -
J movement every eye b 5 tirect d. Its usel s have 'been ordered to the 'Uo presented to it, to male a selection of a by a higher authority." The error of Ihe Planner Mayor by about 1OX> majority, and the Aldermen of party, as evinced by large meetings in
.. but seals; sapphires rubies troop satiable: Candida for President! of the United: of the Statein favor
.. ppaikling topz, theatre of those c consists; in tile applicstion of terms. It i is true stand. : Whigs Democrats Assistants : Whigs many of my being a candidate
and cmeI: !lncnts. are the ari tCcra l'Is depredations. Stale ; and whatever may be the issue 01 7, Democrats 11. Total : Whig 17, Democrats 19. for the office in question, as justify me, without
-' there is inherent ruht cf in
in self-government
Rome. His holiness an
Afi-urs honoredthe dearlinsr from the course I have marked oat (o
,.orks Ira s the middle class by the increasing its fair and full deliberations! it will meet with We notice that cur neighbor has determined to per-
S consul of the Uniicd, Sta'cs with a pri. every people constitutirg: a political body but un- fie, to accept a nomination (rem a national convention -
intelligence and power of which the 'alcauliencc 1-ih instant my prompt J ;n'l! cheerful acquiescence. It !'ortuiitcly( the expression has no application toa regard this result as a lair test of the strength ofMr. *hoald! such be held, for the Presidency, from

f i 1,1:1tr: j.irits( ot the! ago are moved ; and its the address on Saturday of to receive -. will bo s"cn from \ !hat I Lave related, that ( The of do not constitute CLVY in that city. This is not just, as Mr. the whigs or democrats, or from both, should they

number
of the people a territory
a large citizens territory.
Iron mainspring hut up in a box, always at! there was reason to anticipate that I xrould W l\t. V. BRADY, the Whig candidate for Mayor, is a think proper to tender if, without Being pledged, or
ofXexr Yoik to the bod, understood, and
Sovereign Pontiff a political properly even considering mvself so.to advocate the views or
I work but of uhen it is decline tho of
ncvortbought except giving consent to use
S expressive oflhcir respect and admiration for my my therefrre they can exercise no other or higherpowertliart strong TAYLORITE. It strikes ua that it would be opinions of cither. And I aram repeat, I have no
..i.'isorded broke, or wants winding UP. ymbolically l. name again as a candidate for !!I.e Prt'biJlIncy to consider the result fair t test of the fcr civil and candidate
1 the character of 0:16110 Las done much If exercised the"right more just as a aspirations ofTice. am only a
so Congress. they
4 the taLol iOU$ classes, Lich Ilka the of the U. States. Owhrr, perhaps to ibis, as strength of Gen. TAYLOR as opposed to Democracy. so far as (the good people of the country have made
to promote the causa liberty in the Pontifical of st'lf gorrr.ment, their lane would not be subject
j; main spring xvo wind up by the payment of well as other causes, many of my friend and me so ; and those who are net willing vote for me
States, and in Italy generally. Major to I the itvision f>f Congrtss,beca\JfQ the moment without pledges for the Presidency, let rnew cast
wages, and which classes are hut up in obscurity fellow citizens have avowed a preference for, Santa Aoaa otIat l ast.
Smith of Ncxv York, the bearer to Rome of you admit this riht: of revision you demolish (the (heir votes at the proper time for three who will
and though constantly at work, absolutely and directed their attention to tbc distinguished This wily Mexican bas at last left the country.-
make tbvrn. And should of whom be
this address, was presented to His Holmes right of selr- fvunment. II Congress has the one preferred
a* necessary to the movement of socie. name of other citizens of the United States. powerof The information is contained in a slip from the office to myself sod honored with the high station.it will

% ty as the mainspring is to tho goIJ watch, who expressed his warmest thanks to the citizens I take pleasure in truly declaring that 1 haveno revising altering, or repealing any law enacted of the New Orleans Delta and is as follows : be neither a matter of disappointment or mortification -
of Ncxv York and his earnest wish for by a Territorial Government, (and we believe this ( to me.
arc never thought of except when they re. regrets to express-no complaints-no reproaches DELTA OFFICE, }
the continued prosperity; of the whole American will not be denied,) it U difficult to conceive how With considerations of high respect and esteem,
quire their wages, or are in some want or disorder to make on account orallY such piefcrences New Orleans 12th April, 12 O'dlck: M. )
ofbOinc kind or other. people.! -Roman Advertiser, February which I am fully persuaded gen. the Territorial Governments can exercise any etheror By an arrival this morning from Vera Cruz, we your obedient servant, Z. TAYLOR-

.10 oJ. higher than Congress." learn that Gen. Santa Anna arrived at Antigua on
founded honest and comic power
erally on patriotic Slavery In Kentucky
the 1st inst., under escort of Tilghman's Artillery
: Short Patent St'rznon.-I'crl13.ps it miy not lions. If. on the other hand, the people of territory from Jalapa, and was offered a steamer by Gov. Wilson Mr. CLAY'S shameful abandonment of the Sooth

bo amiss to remember the printer in my dis. Rm''i I1DUs.-n'r.a fit of Pension.Walk Ashland, April 11, 1SH. II. CtAV. can exercise such other and higher right" by reason to carry him out of the country but courteously on the Wilmot Proviso, in his Lexington speech

course. lie is in a very disagreable! situation. out in the open air ; you may speak your miirJ of their inherent right of self-government," declined. He was finally received aboard of a Spanish meets with much favor from the Whigs of Kentucky.

He trusts body-he knows not whom totho winch without hurting tny one or proclaiming Arculture.Ir. Andrew Steve nion,once then they can exercise any right flowing from sove brig. and when(ur informant lel! was about to
every ; themselves in faror of the abolition
They openly avow
4 be Speaker of the Houe of Representatives, nnd set ail for Jamaica with his family and a small es-
yourself a simpleton. because indiVHaMe
I his money ii scattered where and :Le reignly sovereignty being necessarily
every afterward) Minister address' of slavery and for the Wilmot Proviso. At a
'. hardly! knows uhere to Iw.lc for it. Ills ;paper For aft 1.1lClIl'SJ.-Cuunt the tickings of in to Ilngland: in an met comprise all the elements essential to cort.There i is nothing new in Mn:C'o. Gen. Scott was meeting held by Mr. CLAY'S friends on the 23th.nit.

,. bib ink, his journejman's: labor, ha liv.ing a c(.k. Do this for one hour, and you xx ill I on agriculture Virginia said :- its existence.i Irj other words, they are, in such a houily expected at Vera Cruz The Court of Inquiry at Louisville,to promote his nomination by the Philadelphia

4 &c., must be punctuality paid fur. You :JJP glad to pull off)'our coat the next, and work I What oreupation ii more f full of dignity, case. an independent. people, free Jrom the controlof it is said, adjourned to (the United Sutrt. Conventionone of the orators,Mr.TnmTI
duties, more full of than those which distinguish The telegraphic wires between (this city and Mobile
Jlr.-and Mr.-and a hundred othrr like a negro. joy any ctttrnal power. Again : how can a right be
'1 the husbandman When it bat are cut. TO.N, is reported in the Louisville Democrat to hT
.4 I could name have takrn his paper ; your For a fit of Extracagance and FoIly.-Go from 1 xva (and inherent which is subject to be proided for by a utteied the foIT.owinglanguage.
servitude
;d children, your neighbors, ba11t"1"" amused to the xvoikhoust, '>r j>p"akvith tho ragged man ever rose a tate and its higher authority. If Congress then, having the Connecticut The slavery question, said Mr. Thruston to

.. and informed, and I "Lope, i itapruved "by it ; and wretched imuates.of u jail, and you will cultivation dependence th.it to proprietorship ho did' learn of l.md exclusive 'right to legislate for a territory, cannot The Richmond Enquirer of the IQth inst says:- be THE question, paramount to all others,in the November
; if miss think hard of not selfrespectand in the territories how (the contest. Mr. Clay has Hid anchor to
you' one paper, you very be convincedWho 'I' prohibit slavery can people The boasted whig victory is no great thing alter m
; become more elevated in his own esteem ? windward on (that subject at Ihe North. If* i **&
.. the printer ; )o't would rather go without toakei hi. VJ of brier anJ thorn of such territories, who can exercise no power all. The State ticket is elected by about (the same
Then it is that an entire: change take plac, the nil mot proviso men, asia!! the tetter* ft
best meal than to bo deprived of your Must Lc cunlttnt to lie Jomlun.1'orafaofAmiiion.Go not derived from Congre, prohibit it ?
lour Me
Then it i is, that brd.ithing no low or abject majority as last year. The Senate will be the same ;wrt/iernJree States will gofoe6iaa. lit iifet
Have ever complied wi'.h! ino the If we are right in these positions, (then the objection abolition and with
newrpnper. you : church. pirit, he from the soil harvest of xir- as last: year: 13 Whips, y Democrats. The House of slavery; said Mr. Thruston,
', the terms of'your subset iption? Have you yard and read the grave stones; they will reaps a ( to the seventh resolution, instructing our delegites I Democrats emphasis, I pray God, that when our constitution is
tae,-tho sobriety of tho father the will consist of 111 Whir10 ; one this
.' taken as much pains to furnish (he printer tell the end ambition., The will economyof to t tio National Convention, &c., is equally ; amended, il maybe so amended 19 to abolish
r ," you grave tho mother-tho devoted labor of the son doubtful and one Abolitioni-t. The Whig m.jr.rilyin curse from the sort of Kentucky 1*
with his as he has to furnish with be bed chamber the without fobndation.
money you earth .
oou your your pillow -the chastity of the these the the House last t was CO. We lose one United las
daughter, are [ year There can be iitlle( doubt that Mr TH TrsTOS
'Ir. Liz paper[ ? Have lou paid }him fur his type, corruption cur father and the worm We do hot seek to place ourselves in a singular
: } fruits glorious! agriculture. And this is States Senator, Dr. NILE!, who, .n the Important told the truth. Mr CLAT is with the Wilmot proviso
: Li, hand work his head work ? Lave my
Ifou desireto
mother and sister. attitude i in relation to these We
our questions.
) your answer to all who decry it. I pity those who I subject of the Tariff, acted, and siI1llink'JJoJ} :talks men,"50(1 will be supported by them in preleCUCC
and him off:
\ tiol, go pay Doxx' For a Jit of Repining.-Look about for the know nothing of; or are capable of enjoying, stand upon the platfoim! erected by the Constitution with (the Whi iI. For the benedl of Southern lo Gen. TAYLOR, or any other man soand oa that

; .I. Ju. halt and' the blind, and visit the bed-ridden, that soothing, cheering, and unsurpa sing in. ( guaranteeing to the citiiens of the different Whigs, we would say that the New Yo..!; Tribune question. The Whigs of Cincinnati recently nominated

.t i\. ,; '. Mr. AcIams'lVriling-The woiks of Jno. afflicted- and deranged ; and they will make fluence which agriculture beds over the mind Slates their rights in the blessings of our government crows over this victory, as proof that Whij Connecticut Mr. CLAY, and at (the same meeting passed a

Quincy AuUms, which will make some fif. you ashamed of complaining of your lighter and heart of man.' ; and, whilst we are far from wishing to impose is 'straight out, unequivocally unqualifiedly, resolution that they would support no mm for PresU -

:'- afflictions. .' Oh friendly to the best pursuit cf man, any doctrine or principles upon ethers, we are favor of CLAY ( next President, in extension Cf
teen or t\\'entllar.e octavo volumns, will soon in Henry or preference nt who is not opposed to the farther
Friendly! to thought, !I. virtue, and to equally determined to maintain our ju.t and equal
be given to the press by Mr. Charles Fran For a fit of fltttpondency.-Look on the Djmestic life in rural pltaMire pawed !peace" We to any other living man,' and is sternly te- slaver,, nr in other wards in favor of the priaeiplw
: that the Banner should
ris Adam, the ton and executor of the deceased : good things which Hod has given you in thi rights. repeat our regret solved to battle to (be last against any extension cf of the Wilmot Proviso. This CLAY avowed at Lexingttm -

.. st&tejinon, who had carefully revised theta world, and at those which he has promised Reflections on 1Vomell.Tho uselessness have found it necessary to differ with us on this sub. Human: Slavery under the flag of our Union." and hence the anxiety evinced in the tn

for publication, and ha by bit! will appropria. to hi* followers in the next. lie who goes and expensiveness of Modern women multi. ject. I States for his nomination. If ho M the aeminiS of

4 ted a sum of maney to defray the expenses cf intochis garden to look for cobwebs and t piders ply bachelors. Iritis Philippe coining lo.tlmtrita.The Courier 5C3- A French correspondent of the London ,7/70 the Whigs, we shall wkaew a spectacle degrading

S .' printing, &c. no doubt will find them ; while Le who Vile men owe much of their vileness to xvo. des Etats JLJnis says that a letter has been received say that Louis PHILIPS quitted Fraace leaving be. and disgraceful lo (the South. We shall see a South-

i : Among the unpublished writing of Mr. Ad. looks for a flower, may return into hi* Louse men chiracter, who hardly ever scruple to from a person who i is very intimate with Louis hind tweuty-five millions of debts-hi* custom being em man and a slaveholder sustained for Presides*

::i : ami ii auew version of the P aJins in Metre, with ono blooming: his bosom. receive them into their society, iflbe men are PHILIPPEJ which states that the ex-King has come to pay his customers but once in five year It by men who would submit tna diisolotioo'of Ihi*

: a tranfcljvjjpn < WieUnd't. Obcron, and *ev. For all Jilt of liubZPerplexify and Fear. rich, talented and fatUioeabh, even though to the determination to fix his future residence in is (the third year which \i. now.elapsing. In regardto Union rather than to the principles of th* Pror '

: eral minor poems; but tbe chief portion of Whether they reipect. 'the body ortLo mind ; they have been guilty of ever 10 much base. the United! States with his family. (the ex-K'ng's investments in this country", a late and yet who advocate the election ol a man wh* baa

t .br M&3. co.i.tl t .LUlorical\. biographical whether they are k load) to the shoulders, the nets to other women. i number o( the Philadelphia Ledger :)'- Louis thrown himself into the arms of Wilmot himself-

: K juid poetical works rcklivo to (be list hell bead, bribe burt.1lbe following" ii a radical Had 1 found a ,character for yjrtue gen- (J"hj', S. BORLAND,who has served in Mexico, Philipe. ex-King ot the French, is shown by the .l.ctsi Ma

icahfury.-t. Clipp. .cure xvhich may be!relied on, for I bad it from rally necessary to recommend me to,the sex, has: been irpointed| Senator from the State of Ar- trans'fer'books'of (the State of Pennsylvania to' be St. Lovu. S. M. KRUH* bas b ea V-

: a. .; Ii ii1 M'.niJct.-The number of tho Great I'byscbnCast thy burden on I would/' says Lovelace, "bare, had greater kansas, to the vacancy caused by the resignation bolder of about fiye hundred' thousand.dollars' of' five Democrat Mayor of St. Louis, over LuvI1KEitNEaT 4 nt7USEf'Gr. -
di1 siJ ;known lo be (th TAYLOR candidate.by 55 J
.. regard to morals. cent. oods. >It (, arery *
Ihe Lord Le will sustain iLce. j
church member i i. 7,000. my of Mr Sr.rirnQll I ..per '
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'1 1"I .GeDcfaI... ..Ta.ler'I., ._liiE;; ; ,L ST. :Arcrrti tor-E, April 17,1S(3To From-the *\'ew -Orltaju Delta q/Jhf.yth.inttant- .,- The 8..Ct'ni lAirdr;; ---The l oing.bt'IU. -- give them-confidence i believing that-their loss i ifcer Sale postponed- tojirst Monday in May 1 i f

the EJtiers vf the Ftari lan: LATER mOM VERA cn 'z. llfnl gem nTrbrn? the German of Krummacb. eternal gam *b. .Ji\ wtd. Jkd-l Iihout e"er Tax Collector* Bale. .' .f
Wa.hingtonlave --
Tbi wbigi about the Capitol ** GHNTt.un'I-Tbe: United States Court Judge From the Captain of the brig France cr : I having an enemy, and in resigning her to the place f Act of the Assembly f ,
I pursuance an Gene/al
the of J let- ( :;
tBrown into a heap by publication BROWSON presiding, eocitnented it session here on Lord Vera in the the appointed for all living they feel a soothing reflection IN ) '
learn
\ had six days from Cruz we the Early morning ns day began to Ihe State of Florid*. entitled' An Act fo enforce t .
announcing th tact that Gen. TATUOR Monday last. There had acccmulated on the docketa following. The brig left Vera Cruz in cem- dawn, the devout father ofa family arose with that she has gone 'Abraham's. bosom, and can (the payment cf Taxes, assessed and lo be MseiHn '; .1 j.;

I certain oplmoas in reference to p.liieal.tiou number of cases nf the United States, against persons pan with the schr. Portia, having on board his wife from ll eir couch and thanked God ay- !, acaint all Institutions claiming Corporate .
which were decidedly l anti-whifgish, and Adieu thou much esteemed and .in''} one, privilres in this State"approved J ru.ry 4lh. IM!, '
charged with titnbtr from the Corn. The for the neday and for their sIum-
The cutting public Perry's despatched. steam fiignle refreshing I have levied upon and will expose ('T tale, to the 0 f.
:;Jepd t 5 strongly to.uc democracy. I lands for several years pa!t. All the cases, I learn, Mississippi, Com'dr McKenzie, was on the ber.But Thy earthly toils are o'er-thy race i. nm ; highest bidder in front nf the Coott Hoone in T.!llabasxee l- It iii i

,jrsctI from those letters which we have seen, have been disposed of. Of those instituted by Mr. eve of tailing for New York via Havana.- the red jIotv, of morning beamed into A crown an endless crown now decks thy brow ; on MonJ !. the third djy of April next,all f

FII the matter beyond controversythat the Gene- THISTLE, the former Land Agent, sonic twenty to The sloop Gf war John Adams arrived from the little chamber where their seven children And songs celestial thy employment now. L. the interest in l taw and e-joi'y; of the Southern Lit?* jE n

fll i M more of a democrat than. The a whig.first is from We gif the thirty in number not one was prosecuted to conviction Tuxpan three days previous to the Bailing of lay in their bed, and slept. Died on the 16th instant MARGARET ELIZABETH Insurance Hood and Trust and Mortsr Company iri, and the other following property described i 4,, 41

bekW some of the utn(!! for failure to produce sufficient proof. or other the Frances Lord, and anchored at Sacrificios Then they gazed at the children one by !. ony.! daughter of J. L. and M. I. Demilly or 110 much thereof. I' may or shall b* necessary, lo s t.
the Legislatureiissi
Airman of the joint committee of informality-but of nine cases instituted by MajorJ. Four hundred marines for Com. Perry's flee one, and the motler: slid "They are seven aged two years six months. ind nineteen days. pay the amount of State and Coanfy Taxes, dnV t>r f .
< *.. ppi. who went to invite the General to defii in number alas I it mIle hard for to ,. of Ood." Slid Company for the j.nr 1M6 lrod lt7. feather U f'
L. TAYLOR, tie present Agent,seven were prosecuted had arrived from New York. Nothing ; us Of such is the kingdom with all viz ,
that noble State: co t-. : William Fisher' Bond
Ve of the hospitalities conviction. The resultill be favorable to nite was known ofthe Treaty, but the general find them food.V Thus sighed the mother Flowers for the loved the lost Bring floe er, 7..Jin. strnrfd by morfR e.dated ISth*Jnly.lWtf.fur .1 u

.In regard to the conversation had with Gen. the interests of the United States in the preservation impre"sionTal that it would not be ratified. for there was a famine in the land. The ,\eee't of the 't'tr. R H. Bradford's Bond for $IO.'J', tecorrd by ;;

1rLa,1 have to say He we expressed did not talk on the in tariff favor of the timber on th' public lands. The duties The merchants are in a state of great uneasiness Hut the fatheif smiled, and said, See, do r They charm'd her in lifcV happiest bier.Me hours, mortgage, dated hat August, 1339, on slays and 'l-+ .'i''
did on the war. bual I And let them strew her :
ffe
he favor of of such him into and uncertainty on the subject. These they not lie there, all the seven ? And they landWtn ?
said to
the war; he was decidedly in. Agnt ate as frequently bring (t emblems of a prinj, like hers. nnrney's Band for ST;WaO. swmred hy tey. : :
prwecufing it vigorously till they should yield loan collision with the citizens; but the present incumbent who Lave imported a large stock of goods care have all red chet-ls, and tie beam of the That bloum'd but to decjy. gage, dated ",h Anst l th39. on slaves and Und. ;.: i f a

fcoaorable peace. He was for indemnity certain. has succeeded in the discharge cf his duty, as not how soon the Treaty is signed, nut those morning stream;, over them, so that they ap. That .tolt'! ,in dreams of getitle bliss.! A. R. S. Hunter's Bend for $1.' 'J, secured bj .,;

inj that terriloria; was ht not wedded to kind any line of particularly well as in giving general satisfaction and doing am- that Lara not a supply are afraid to buy, lest pear lovelier than ever, like seven blooming .And innocence away. mortgage.dttd 3-J AM?.. I SJ,.on slaves and land. % '
perhaps, a cotnrremts .
; a had their new importations fall under the Mexican roses. Mother, that shows us that lie who ( v.rejtbou h cot in bitterness, John D. I tarts', Bond for $?.f .secured l by mort- ,,
Wilnst Proviso
the lie is !
with men we perars ple justice to govcrtarnentand highly esteemed ;ac., do1fld }'(th \nl.. 1'3. on land. '. .
to the 32J decree-making the laws and tariff. The noithers have I creates the morning and sends us sleep, is true Ojrs are not tears ofg'oom; ; J t.
better go up by the citizens East rlctida.I heavy No thoughts, but th' se of tendenm, \m. Tradewell's Hon.l for $.21), secured by "-: l .:
Ru, Grande the westernboundary up to that dtgrec; I Several private cases have been disposed of by the ceased blowing. The steam propeller \Vashin and unchangeable.,! : Shall gluten round her tomb. mortn .d.t..djth April'")," staveS.! J
.nd said the south thoBid never agree to the provii ton arrived at Vera Cruz with Mock for the .\nd\' they stepped: fron: the chamber they Alexander( Mclver' Bond for &;.1'10. secured b* .
Court which will |In session few rise
Wilmot froviso although: 1-edid not be- I coi.tmuc a days C? Xo painful rtcoll*'ctions I
'IOII i tie saw at the doof fourteen shoes in a row, Her dawu'd !.lfI.l.! mflrtl;l'. dJhd 11th! August, l23'r, cti stases and .1 :
would be there if the it KO
'II. ever slavery : yet loiter in trying Chancery Cases. The Jury was army. mom- land k.
,
sh'iuld Since above the ; growing smaller and smller twn by two, J\ .\,.I, cloud had ihmrn'd! its l..h'l1. ji
twatry aacquired, the citizens be left free tlNclnrjrd (.: &tturday't'ni writing the Mearnsliip! ere a I hir!,, rrJe r..nd for i'v'' .'. with; mortp.
on that subject. le tJ)s all Mexico \eventually\\ Julje,' BnoxsON udesene-Hj! popular with all Ohio: Capt. n! irn", has armed from Vein pair fur each cljild. The mother gazed at Sweet lamb, she was at rest. I dale.1 f'tl1l'ecl .41. m land sod .lay" "I j .

c.r.iatooul government bv' djrecsth. it cannot t bejnnexed. business of the Cruz which port she Ictt on the aiM 1 tilt.I them, and when} sLo saw that there were so SheV f\r away VetVtill we giz. : T. R. Button' Bond 'for SI t lt'J"O. with mortgage, I
Oa the subject nf politics. he <.t.d: he parties: intcrcs-ted the Court as '
was her dati-d Kb ..
I'pon face
this arrival have files of Vera 1'ruz man,she wept. ;, smiting :'pnt.I' !. jve4muleseattlehog! .. ,
m'politician-had been threr-fouiths of 1.1. life in well a< the Marshal and District Attorney..1nothrr >y we Still: mark her little winuiingwa'. and annnal crops of cotton and corn. 4
the array, devoted his time and mird to that service.tad papers to the 31st ull. include, and fir! oi Hut? the father said, Mother wl.y dot thotiwsep Her every indnt grace Samuel W. DroTT&'s Bond for $ ,OOO, secured by ::1

paid but little attention toati)thin; cl .c.:' Ltnr at Joe!*h and neatly.The w hiss papers from the City flf Mexico; to the 'Jtid in- ? have: *Iot all!! the! seven receitod \\'. listen for her airy tread. nv)rriraH, on (land.! ,- ..

This testimony! shows GeR. TAYLOR to bo clearlvis of Louisiana have ic.ol\ed to go into the National clu>ive. The Mexican papers contain no sound and Dcth.ej! feet Why, then shouldwe Her voice we turn'to hear. Lewis Com .t'< Bond for $-">."00.sec' ''f'd' ry raorfa (J

favor of the that, like hero who has Contention, and Late instructed their delegates to later proceedings ofthe Court of Ir-quiiy than l he anxious about that which} covers them ? Nor know we. till their itocJUtl.r! had a .. : ;eon land and slaves .
war- '
every 'xC'fIi und and a.NTRAsaMELLtPdiscrction." Tiie I If the children h-tve! confluence in should: That sIte was half BO dear. Geo. II Dt nni, floral 1'r $1 1.'secured by merfza "
tho.ve news
: a already publiuhed by us. us
ton engaged in it, be is in favor of *i orrn-lv presenting p on slaves and land ALSO-I Urge Iron Sate
I it until the enemy shall IJ ntisfN give from the interior is not important. In reference we not have confidence in Him who can do Cut Should these are lament pJst.lId doom why,*O child. I Paper Case, 1 Table. large Writing Dnk. 1 \: oj 1.
CORRESPONDENCE. thy
we
ass with indemnity for the '!. and seuri- lo the present state of the country, tho more than we can cornpreherul.a' Thou wert a plant too rare too mM.: ( (large Book Cas-, half doren Chair*.&c.

ty pace future. It is not a little remarkable, that American Star ofthe 2id till fiys : See, his sun riv Corne, then like it let On earths "blek waste to (bloom ( A.nSHER.Sh'ff... .1 A

I If the officer* of any note engaged in the war, We take pleasure in Riiiti the annexed: In every department the utmost julet prevails us begin"our day% work, with a cheerful! coun Oh. why should! we disturb thy blis, Mar-1. ll, l".is An,!rx-ottrio Tat Col.! Leon,1<-Co.t t'oc)

tny!a tl have opposed indemnity, and only one bocn correspondence a place) in our columns : -a quiet that argues more to us that some tenance. (For such thy lot mu!t be.) :.

favor of withdrawing our army. These two are PL.\ TER'S HOTEL, > change in about to take! place, than all the Thus they spoke, and foiled at lueir libsr. \\hy wish thee! in a wor.l! like tIps; Pocket Book Lost. ":

Col: now a whig member of Congress, Tallahassee, March 25, 1349. J talking that could be done. Matter appearto an'! God blessed |Ihe work of their hands: and From one, that" worthy thee 'T'HE subscriber lost en Thursday 3oth March.be- : p.

jadMijor J.IIIL.G.ns. Cot H. was for withdrawing; I. lion. WM. P. DI-VAL) : have approached that crisis in the interior. (they! harJ.enough and to partj. they and their! "- -- -- JL t\veen Tallahassee and Dr. IWcMi. .P"-nl...;.,.

tit the Texan side of the Rio Grande and Major Gfcis -. Sir-The undersigned Committee appoin- that we often witness at sea after a hard blow! II seven children ; for faith gives strength andcourage Lottery of Paintings. in BOOK Jefn-rson Cco-ilv.! a Jar. calf-skin POCKET ": *. $

thin lull and the heavens watched and I have eletatesthc soul.i"nanrLzL'Fhe !. TTTILL b? dipcsed of by Lottery a* soon as all .withfitluisldlIar.inIMAI'yf'J.iij..no, )' .
State Convention held are
such of the that lay the Democratic at comes \ recollected, with of
a poor opinion country, he is V the number are tAm, the follow ins; PAINTIXC arjnanlity; cotes an* rcieipls, _.
prosed to fighting an hour for it. Cut Gen. TAYLOR I Madison Court House on the 'JOiIi iust., hare with caper etc for the first signs i of change ?, all of which "j' ul bu encased in elegant gilt v./: : One against J. & J. T. Daffin for !no'.lat 4 ''; .

not of this class,and we do not see bow hp can the pleasuie ofinfurmiiif; you that you received whether loran increased blow, or a clearingup city council of Philadelphia frames : February 8, bb, aU one rcceiptgises Sy John J

.npported by those whigs who have git en their ad-b I the nomination of that body as the candidate ofthe storm. \\'e are not an alarrni.-t t. but! hate appropriated CGJQf.3'J! tW() fir the : A correct likeness cf Gen. DAVID E. Tmocs, in "Datlin. cent for,dated a note sh;against FebruarvIu49 Gcorrhitfield.. for *36S '. 9,

of the Democracy Florida for the important we must confess that the rc'cntt'J; eel' lflhe I I oal expenses of the city for IStg. which i is$3G6,5U.'i uniform. ; flTlereceiptisen I( n
John
besion to the erected at bv by DafCn. for '. *
platform Lexington I A correct likeness of Lieut. Col! C. A. MAT, in a note against J." Branch, for
The General certainly does not bob (.Ir'l and ros-ponsiblc; !{ office of Rqtresenia- political horizon does not suit u?. We had: 11 &b<)ve its mean" Taxes have u iform. fi.'ly! dolhrs.dated Maich 30. IS-ts; one note ;ain.t >

the( Kentucky oracle. the in the Congress of the United States.In rather hear them taik of war, than to remain been laid upon real and personal estate, anduj' With the following! Fancy Paintings, from LordRvronV John Grantlum 'for $25, d Ud March 1S4S; one 1\4 Jj'

I i il thus discharging lhi agreeable and so perfectly silent at this tim'. It is' t.O on pleasure: houses and carriages, tft make : Works: note against J. I'. Billinghby. payable to .t* Brf .! '
The is from the letter of
following an extract a Do for J.
'?fIt. &12 2Z, te not recollected .
at Maid two "flr-
l l.e allowed indication that action of iminrtant ) the cldicieflc cei.is: the Aurora Raby. AVarte. olSsraaoza"tz : j
(
who with pleasing du'yve inuit to express strong: an : some Ui Fifty-eight on H.
hly respectable gentleman, con"frtr j jie 3- Person appointed' (loact as "'!t"ntViII please agaitist Chllord. payable to John B Doggeft f.-, ,
our hopes that you will willingly the nature is being had. It be that S100 i ill the real tax. TV..'}each, date not recollected
old his residence Baton J accept may one rote
hero at at vue. I i- ._ __ return the numbers as soon as j>ossihp| ; against Ben'l_ t
.
rick more conclusive Iban the foregoing : nomination thus tendered to \oi; und that you all will, turn out well, and that the present lull --- : -- 4 L : - : Z RUSSELL, Artist. jimin Cause, and one note against Charles Cause. t-.

I may Le able to sustain triumphantIj, in the may ,be succeeded I by a gentle bo\v! from the Testimony of the Doctors iu favorKisiar's April J?, IG f Iq. 4) payable! to John B. Do. ett. amounts and dates not > f
"I take the liberty addressing and inn recollected .C' It-
one note J.
JCB ; will twice. ; against Dorktns. payable (vs
the .1 where Hut fr Quincy Times please( copy .
191 at the same time, some few f.ti reat..e to approaching contest t. prou banner of Democracr rjmrter peace pretailelh. now Balsam of \\VJ!! fherry.I'tFTFr. John D. Dog;ett, wilh a credit,amount and date nut { ;, JH

Crt TATLOB'S position before the American ptnb-! j and .qiialriilits.; ioie rr.n tell what the change will be. .f..inl'_ S.-nt fL. t. t..._ Notice. reci.Itecled ; one account a:ain>.t Jt hn B. Dozgett. ;!.$ *S
M it regards the presidency. In acnnvetsationiih Your very oncdicnt servants! The Piogreso Queretaro, is an exception -------007.-7. 'J"n I for one hundred do'Ur' ,. dated lit Jjnua.v.. ._ i., ...._ *.s
--- ----- .
D.IadPD. (a gentleman in whom the utmost (011- J. .t. i\rcniv; ;: ) to the rule! silence observed by all the otherpresses. Tt.i certifif* thI{ hive rTomrofnd' the use of ptRClISIr.:> of Public T.md.yho ofthe may call to with several other notes accounts and irceipt;( not :1IT
be placed) he told me tlu-t he )\V1STATVS :.,,LM OF WILD CIIflRnY: for : i.iakepavme'it in the abvnce Regnter, recollected. All persons are hereby forewarned a-
the old General at his residence at Baton n..Ie. J. S. DROO-ME, SCommittee.. Its editor is opposed to peace, up- dj of the Lu'iJs fur I will! J'u.d their notes in the hands of the Treasurer, cainsit trading for Mid note A liberal reward wilt? t. "I
a-rs two >car i>ast, and miaytttles
nd cnt some three hours in his company LIt C.T. JENKINS, J JTALLAH posed lo the armistice, an J he urges his oppo. who is authorized to receive pavmentand deliveru toe given to the finder by leaving the pucker bnolt \1. j
who describe him, he sass thai he i a a ition in strong terms to my knowf* &! c have leen mrJ by my pa- :I ;) (the notej. aid contents with WESLElJ.SSI G, inTallhawee *-- y ,[

ran of sense, open, frank and free in his manners.. i ..SKCApril 10, 1-l. Speaking of ihe treaty, be II') : We give lenfj.arc! all with J,nefinal resnlu. In two ca-, i Jot;' BEARD Roister Florida. er to the subscriber in Jefler'on C""I,. '. ..i
State of .
ready to give or reci-ive information Ihal"b of Public Lands for t .\e .5
tttr where it : HARDY
any was (h.iu.4t couflrm s.ai'tiun luc! GASK1XS.
1
i 'wllrmrn-Your letter of March 2Zii b. 01.0'lf' ) leagues-that ill to 5 more 1' '
of He states that he i square IIY. 4') .
use iswilhiig to U April2JlH. < April S, 'Si5. 33 3t .
rfthe(people not of a asiythat it the '< was received on my return fiona the Jefferson than half of our immen territory, for a miserable Un place the \Viid Cherry eCertcJ cure. ; -t

&mocrats nominate him he will run, provided tl cek > I Circuit Court to this place! and woud: hate sum-when it is worth more than :JG2,- H. nOVDE.|, Physician at Kxeter C.rntr. Store for Rent. Hamilton Tax Sale. .1 fl

no pledges for his future course ; or if the w higs I been answered earlier but for my professional I 000.000 of dollars, as we will demonstrate on Dr. "raJfnnl Kn'pp. of Crown Point X. Y., in a store formerly occupied by J. R. Forte,." i3 BY irtu? of the power vested in me by law. r .-.4 :

nominate him, be wi run on the same principles engagements in Court, during the last two a fjture d-.r.I filer dated .uzu-Illtl.: l t ISI5, says: "fn tberourse TilE\ rent : po:.*es u.n g>vcn November 1. Apji.: expose for sale, before the Court Housec ; ;
rdaoothers. should a third bring J 1:. 1'orrruM-i "r, in the town of JWper Hamilton .
tan cat, he will still be a candidate, if they party wecKs.My. I He says half of the Republic wilj: ha sacrificed tf m pnctice in thi vicir.ify, I hive tested in sonic (to r Coun'y.FIaid.1 ; t.
the first In
appear April 22, ISIS. 40' p > Monday November, ISi. fhefollowln :
I hive the majority. He is in favor of the presenttmff. nomination by tl.e late DemocraticState I //or twelte millions of collars-three go. pOl degree the rrHjjd qualities! : of .Vis'ar's E..ham of ; dcscriJ'cd pro krty, or so much thereof a. 9

and opposed to a national bank. He thinks Contention, asa candiJate for Conrc31i.is I I ing to pay the expense of peace negotiations! VilJ Cherry 1:1: i'uroiiar) > Comj-laintf antI I now iiUAII :M. WE.T, writ( pay th? -5''te and. C Alt the President .
blame about the
not to
that he (Gen. Tailor was) was the cause cf the mm'ingatbe war- duly appreciated It is now twentysevenyears -which accounts say the editor for the numerous wish to procure a supply( the neilicine. Notary Public, the vear 1517, to Wit .

f army on the frontier;and gave, as his reason, I since 1 first became a resident of Florida papers in the country who utgo the \ Dr. A. If. MacnaSr. of Taibrro North (\irclira.writts TILL..zJIl S SEE. FLORIDA. The South West t i.ml.Tof( Secflon; 31T..tIyup
I. Range IS imtli and Lasr purporting toSekw to I
: a large force was collected at btmorl. and ; and the distinguished honor and contin- I qIt''Iion: of peace 50 stronjr.Ho I its nuder date of F -b. (1-1, 1547, that he lias I April I 1.1. l 1"1.AMESDMTS. 33 William J. Mill. ; ,. '

wjesa there was an opposing lore in neihorbod ued confidence, manifested by my fellow citizens I c-ncludcs ihu* :-" a".ake from your used Dr. Wutart Bjlsam of Wild CLern. in Ids JOSIAh T. J5AJSDEN. SbcrifT. 5., .

at any, that amount the Mexicans of depredations might cross without over, his being com- through their Delegates of the State I profound sleep Soldiers! jour ruin is decreed practice the last ei;hleen month, and considers it TO TilE rid ex oflieio'T.az Col. Hamilton: Co.Jur '47. '.

t ale to arrest their progress, in time to save the in- Convention, i is the highest reward that can be The sacrifice of your dearcountry i is the best prepiratjori of the-Lmd he ever 5J\Y. and i Con&titalicn of the State of Florida. Aprils. 1S-H. S3 -I U 4 ';.4 .

tibitints. He says that was not the cause of the offered to an old public servant.I al.o-it! to be consummated !!' kmws of none o deserving the public patronaDr. *? \Vaknlla ';

fly, but the annexation. He was asked, .if ,ou accept the nomination, thus tendered to The news from Queretaro, on which all \Vm A. Shawf of Washington N C., writes, I Proposed and agreed to by the third General Springs a,

Could, fill be your elected cabinet.President" His,answer of which was party; "I would Mould me, with the hope of serving my country by a eyes are turned, is of little interest. The old under date of Way f'. IS,1C, as follows : Assembly ; subject to the action of the n-xt MALE AND FEMALE ACADEMY to,

rek 0 out the best men of the country, and select them steady and unwavering support of our true interest I story of a quorum soon to he assembled, is reported "I have heard of iaan\ cases IrcideJ beneficial General Assembly.AN NEWPORT WAKULLA COUNTY. 'i

without regard to party."" and honor. by the papers. The "Spirit e-f Independence effects from its use, esppciallj Asthma and chronic Till subscriber respectfully informs fie rnbfi* ::

, 1ow. if General T.TI is every inch a "hig." My past conduct as a public man is the best ," published at Oaxaca, announces cough spasmodic haracter. I hare used the Wild ACT to amend the 12th ClaJ.e of the 5th Article which he has opened"the above Institution ins .
of the Constitution of this State that the all the branches
!o pertaining fo a )liberal education
t i is certainly more than we can do to discover it, guarantee I can offer for my future action, the departure of the Deputies elect from that i Cherry a great deal in practice, and with marled Jude of the Circuit Courts shall hold their offices will be taughf. The Institution will remain' ., :'.

torn this definition of his principles. J is surely should it be the will of the public- to place- me place, for the seat of loverpment. The editor good results in those casts of great nervous nobiliij, for a term of eight years instead of during in session until the first day of November next in .

; lot whigjery to be in favor of the tariff of IS-lo-to in Congress. expresses the hope that the efforts used 1 andjrntabilityto I which phtbu.cal patients arc sub good behavior order that parents who visit the 5prfnrj with IL.-ir. .
Gentlemen I tender thanks:for the Srcrio.v I 1. l tit enictedby the Senate and Hmtse families may have an opportunity of '
b opposed to a huge National Bank-to sustain the you my there to bring about this result, will be seconded ject. The combination of these principles in \Vistar'a I and educaiTfttf their ,
of the State of Florida in General children at the same time
Rcprefentntivtt the
kind and have enjoy adraafagcscf "
in which other State and
. President his order march the Rio Grandeto feeling manner you by that Congress will Balsam of Wild
lo to to Cherry is ingenuous and judi- .isstmWy ctnirentJ That the 12th Clause of the sea breeze and mineral water. .
.; b in favor of a vigorous prosecution of the war communicated the action and the wishes of i soon be ngag-d in acting on the deeply interesting CIO'18. the Jib Article e of the Constitution of this State be The t terms are as follows per session of 3 month* : .- 't' I

the State Contention. ( question now occupying the attention amended as to read as follows viz: That at the Preparalory Derail ment, which embraces ReaJjl, .
-to b opposed to a peace which does not secure to Medical men are justly d.;.trusCfo! of Patent Jleditinrs ;
With sentiments of respect and esteem, ofthe public. expiration of the present term of office of the Judges Spelling TTrlfins and Arithmetic, .<*T (i., .
a indemnity, and that, too, territorial-and lastly, in ceneial, but candor must discriminate between
-
I remain fellow-citizen, The whereabouts of Santa Anna ill not distinctly of the Circuit Court, with the rf'pl1on hereinafter Advanced: Ensluh! !tndit',. 9 oo .f ,
thonjh not least, to be cppo!ed to the Wilmot Pro- your ontrasrom hnmliugs ard ncstrams and those taentioned, the Justices (.f the Supreme Court Do. with the Claries 12 wQ
vita. I these are requisites to constitute awLig. \VM. P. I UY A I.. stated in any of the papers before us. medicines which have proved salutary, and in many and t he Jui'pe t'l flhc Circuit Court3.shal; be electedfor !)... with the French, 13 Ot C..
To J. A. no\t"Gun., J. S. BRooM C. T. The Vera Cruz Free American of the 31st and shall hold their ortcrs Book-keeping, nenn I's
of ,
taen Gen. TAT LOR if a whig ; if not, then we cannot well attested ca es Curative.** a term eight yean system, 10 ("; .! (;
,
JENKINS. Ktqs., Committee ofthe Democrat says : for that term, unless sooner removed und.r the provisions Stenography. 10 tad
with what and what show cf consistencythey Dr. ( Huntingdon. Pa., cured child of ,
lloffmin
a
s grace
ic State Convention. We have, from good authority that Santa made in Constitution: fur the remotal of Evening classes will be opened for Ihe instruction; :
can ever claim him, much less vote for him (or .,"thma"ilb it, after he d-rtared) he could do no Judges by address or impeachment ; and for wilful of Ladies and Gentlemen in (Ihe French language :
President. The whigs affect not to believe the representations I Anna requests Col. II ughr*. (loternor of J a- Cloreilh his medifine, and the child must! die neglect of duty, or other reasonable cause, which who nay wi:.h to study that polite language. ,

in these extracts but by the T/ic French Provisional lara, to receive him, as he had a passport to shall not be sufficient ground for impeachment the Boarders will be received into the family of given ; Dr I'relri h, of $au;ertics. X. T says he cured j
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Quarrel among the Member*. GortrnmtnJ.-1 leave the country. Governor shall remove any of them on the addressof Principal at $13 per month washing inchsJ .
qairming manifested in the House of Bepresenta- Liver Complaint of four years standing, I hat would two-thirds of hue General Provided The Ladies will be .
Assembly under
Paris, March 19th, in the l We understand that Col. Hughes went out ; young the superinten .
tires when they fut appae in print as well a not %-il'h1l tbe u'ul l remedies. Aoircrrr, That the cause or causes shall be stated at dence of Mrs. Wilson. .I )
2>e lone cf the since it is says : wiUi two companies of dragootu and one of leneth such address and entered on thejournib of W. WILSoN rrinc z
T".Lea papers apparent Abraham Skilhnah. M I)., of D"an.I!>rock, N. J., in pa
the TATL.R stock l.u a downward tendency M. Ledrue Rollin is understood to stand a. artillery, to meet the gentletmn at his hacienda each House. And priTiJrtl,further. That the call e Newport April 1. ISIS. 37 ..
fat for
The TATLORrrEs lone in the ministry and gotcrmnent, as the of Encero. lie will probably embarkon sjy it is IhebfKt riiftliciiie| consumption every or ra'i-> .i !:)all IK; n.>titcd to the Judge so intended rg

i ii with go into a National Convention partisan of(be mob, and declared adversary of board ofthe English steamer for Havana. stage, that he his ever known. We might refer jou ti' bo removed and he shall admitted to a hearinzin An Entire New Stock C i C
more cordiality and in divers new attitudes the and to hundred rf case*, had we room, that would con. his own defence, before any vote for such removal

evince a wHIingness to t\e" :ny b dy" I hf the intelligence countnlie, property is the leader respectabilityof of thc lie will :0 to Antigua ; there he will takea \ir.ce V.I I of its ;rca| tirtue.! shall pa.s : and in such cases-I the vote shall betalten Of Spring and Summer Goods ..
Coomrtton, in H. wisdom select. corn. boat ; and finally he will proceed to Jamaica by \easand nays and! entered on the Journals of each offtred cash
,may ee proper to mon isti and those whose and For ale by E. .\llm.. Jr.. Dru; i"t. Talh- IS now to b-ijers at a small advance )
i opinions spirits Hou'e iv fly.Src. .
evidence of this, we extract the to await there an offerfiotn John Hull respect on New York cost. Those peroni who wash
followingfrom
A are most hostile to the maintenance of trnn.quilily haw, and by DA:;IFL LADE Newpoit, Fla. 2. Be further ma f'd.That the Jud e, first nin- and unusually cheap GOODS will find it I
the Washington correspondent of the Baltimore to come back to his native country. lie is a -- to their
-------t------ tinder Ibis amended Constitution. be
and order. artpomted interest to l toOk at them before they purchase else
Patriot, who signs himself Potomac," and the wo i thy son of his country. divided lot into four cla "r The first class shall: a,
, is Some curious scenes which have occurred ((: An adjourned rretir of Ihe Pre'!I jtcry of by where. The stock embraces DRY GOODS. GRO C
. identical gentleman who weekly furnishes our neighbor The Mexican Civil Authorities: resumed : hold his or their office or offices for the term of two CERIES. hARDWARE CROCKERY &I.e.
between him and his colleagues in the Hotel Florida will be hHd J in Ihe Presbyterian Cbur.h cfTallaha ic.. and .-
of the Sentinel with the : in Vera Cruz the 30th ult. \ear the second fur the (term of four}l'arl.lhf'I third as I have the agency for the Philadelphia aad New ; l'
r Washington gossip dc Ville, have formed the common topic of con- power on at noon, ee, corr.mcnrinij Friday, April 2h, at 7J for the term of six years, the fourth for the term ot York Pekin Tea Company, I have a : .1.
rt This correspondent's artier for glorious old ZC" is ; the troops having retired outside the city. 1' M. The Ordination and Installation eight general selectronof i
t rersation. o'clock of years.Pi choice TEAS put up in small parrels to suit (aas- f '
considerably cooled from some cause o other, and On the 15th it is said that a sharp altcrcatioi The Vera Cruz Free American of the 31sl the Rev. loin II. I irs:, IS Pj<=tor of that Ci.tin.li [ >ed the Senate by the Constitutional majerify ilit'.so that the lovwrs of good tea may be supplied '. ."
*e venture to that of the Mississippi General Scott and Mr. December 22. 1>I7. Parsed the House of Representatives with the best article, and at low prices. ; ':'
say Trit
publication Pioidencepfrmittin tie! t
tate
b took place tipwn the above persons, at 3jf- we tin. wilt l place ; on morning the Constitutional majority. January C, a
by Call the old stand
at
where
the .
letter has not contributed much to retire I the sitting of the members ot the government, dcrstand, will shortly arrive here and quarters of the following Sabbath. April'tf ash. I"tq IApril his brother, has supplied the publit subscriber for with 'r.if J

him : I in the Hotel de Ville. High words_ ensued be. have been prepared for the old Hero." J. PJIF.LPS! Clerk of PrevSyt,ry.OIlITU 15. 113. .10 rm THOMAS HAYWARD.many rear* if 4.

"I have no patience with any whig who say, tween M. Ledrue Rollin and his colleagues.The .- .A largo train left Vera Cruz for the city of I Tallahassee April 1. 18-iS. 37 4t ;

tnntnnles* the Whig lalionl Convention norai. Minister of the Interior, raising Lis voice Mexico on the 30th ult. All Y Notice. Notice. .a.1
*atas this that wil! the will :
man or not support week fter date. the undersigned apply
I nominee. Such a ifhif u not worth a brail Jar&tf to a high pitch, and using (be most extravagant Gen. Santa Anna was expected at Vera Dejiartpdthw life April 7th. at the residence of Mr t SIX tie Hon. Judge of Probates for Leon County THE subscriber would inform his friend*and cfts- 1

to hit party lit had Letter go 0"
Lt f'ui. It is right ,enough that should all dow with the apparent object calling in on A train from the of Mexico I MARY BYUD. I P crthelof. deceased, late of Leon Counlv.JVMES responsible for any Wood Work, Trimmirg. and 'A
city arrived .1
at I ,
hUt' our individual preferences; but if we are true his colleagues the thousands rabble who The deceased was,a native of Georgia but has beena T. ARCHFR. Pamtmz done by. Payne as he has nothing to Jo .
}upwe oojLt to be ready at any moment to )yield I filled the court belotr. M. Gamier Vera Cruz on the 30th, under command of I resident of FhrnJ4( for many years. She ha tell April (:i, 1E. 33 Cw with him further than when requested to send the ; r::1 tt
lh all up, and unite upon ANT ONE whom the Pages, Capt. Wl.ite: of the Louisiana Volunteers (Iron-work to his shop. Persons wishing Woodwork
i National Convention* deem the it is said thereupon drew loaded iiistol from nuny: near and dear'nlati' es to mourn her !1M" but Horses for Sale.kTWO Painting, and Trimmirif
( may most i I with a squadron of Louisiana Mnunter) mm C ne by me; will : t
M aalab1ead put (In nominal ion. No mat"r" clhr I I his pod d and declared (hat if M. Ledrue under Decancon and under, i it( hliould: lie the ro Tfort| of her h fiaiid! and children good HORSES sale, that work please send their Work to my shop at the old stand f I

Jk. aominoe shall be Cly.Taller, rr Scott or Mc5 KolJin advanced one step further he would capt. a company to Lnnw that their JpfS was her gain, for she has frequently double tr fJmle harne '.- aid not to Mr. Payne's. Thankful fur past plroA,1.;

a.or WtBsTCH.or cr Cnttenden, rr shoot him dead. He, in addition, intimated capt. Kerr. Major Graham wa met by its expres-ed when in good health her readiness R. H WHITING aZe. reSpf'C'lfull.olkit. a continuance.. Work "011. IF

COlWIN. or talents Bell, and or Rite charactub"?, or any other cares whig? of'y'ectable II (hat lIe had in his pocket evidence thatM.Ixdrue train troublesome at Plaza del the Rio.road.The guerillas were t.> "O when (:lil *aW proj rr to take her. altlnujh! she\ April 1. ISts. 33 At (lh. Tin Manufactory. as anywhere reasonable in! the in price Staff., and as good, as can be dole _

on she l h'1J 'ith him we can beat the Locofoco party, bt w e Kollin had plundered the treasury said strong Arrill.1b" 37 4t II. H. BERRY
New Trade.VITOULD
l to .0 e and to rejoice that we can t (1 He is not since his appointment to the gotcrnment of Passengers by the Ohio.-Purser R. M. yet (7o.l ,\'out1.\tch o\er and) protect her dear (li:tie Goods--Spring, :

od Whig who will taller and carp in this maier mili! .1 francs and that if Price, U. S. N., 33 days from the. Pacific ehi'.dren: ; and whcn| called to die sIte seemed not to -- -- Notice. -
fit nearly haifa n ( S. f. DUR'tEY
meant harm to the 1Vhig party ." further LerouM! and squadron bearer despatches ; Lieut. McAI. have .n anxious thought about the things of this person having claims against the estate of a.t
provoked produce pub.halt ALL
Kow this gentleman a few mOt I:1I ago would not hater W. G. Kingstery, H. II. Newman, N. : world She 'UI wfil known in J.pon county-and V V return thanks to the public and country II. c".n. late of Wafcnlla County S
this fact.IJereup.n. planters generally, for lhepa t liberal l pVron"aze
i.kof having, body else than Gen. TAYLOR. B. Wilmirth S. Tranaman C. Paritte and tho.'e that knew her best loved her most. She has dec'd., are rs-'tae'ted to prevent them, duly! ,her-
he- has received
from them and
the ardor of tbe .Minister of the respectfully re- floated within the time prescribed by (IJ". or they
tt wu: "TAYLOR first and TAYLOR Last,and T ATilt Interior i5 said 10 line allatrdhut; in the course child Mde. A. Durcaux and child, Mile. J. been a member of llije Baptn-t Church (or many j'eulI'l iiieiU| a continuance of the sam I have jo-t re will be b rie1 ; those indebted to the estate.ara .

all the time." But now, what a difli'rent tuneIiDCI Montague.FnosiTAMriro.. and always cntertaitned the Minister of Christ (.ivcllt'f'r Wareallar, from New Vork.a GENERAL earnestly reqne fed lo make immediate payment.
of the M. Lfdru KolJin i is aid
conllict tolaa'e
fct Chri""lan-tiJt'lity. It is painful to part with those we ASSORTMENT OF GOODS, which call and exam- HARRIET It!. CROWELL. Executrix. .
and this be taken for
as a The
; may specimen .- schr. y1acco
DC Ltirnartine the MinifcUr capt. I
approached for "o'ltE'hti.M.1fC"b .
me Newport. April 1, IS-IC 37 2m
sLouU when
not GWIi
*ft t. i love, jet we mourn will isiknic.
spirit the co-party" world present at the ) arrived last from '
i of rrcifYnfI irs with: the most ofll-n- Decker evening Tampico 2->, IMS. 3rt/

r'tKQt time. It is true, they bluster and talk with t>UeIyioVnt gesticulations; and to hate all which port she left on the 2d ins?. I Iy! this Friend afrtr friend tt.p.nl-; Goods. Notice. q
1 eming confidence of Ih* General higeery, but arrival learn that the Mexican C\'iI11.. Spring and Summer
but struck him openly menncinglhat he would we sVho hath not IUI4I a friend .. ALL persons creditors, and legatees entitled to p
cannot help feeling in what a ridiculous atti- pdce! bimsclfat: : the Lead of the pop-dace and thorities took possession of Tampico; on the There i is union here of heart BCTTON- -- -& -UIGGS- ur otherwise interested in (lie estate

k they are standing before the world. In no wn- exterminate the lt instant in accordance with the terms of nr here ol Anderson Snced, Ute of Jefferson County, -I .
not end.
gorernment.M. That an receiving large and crneral deceased, are hereby notified to exhibit their claims
now a a ort-
t5iisaeLaaGn. TAYLOR given them to unJer1114 De Ijimartinc is reported to have replied the armistice. O kOO'i" world our only rest. ARE. ? of e-f SPRING AND SUMMER: GOODS, and demands within two year (rrrn this date to the .g

that they may rely upon him as a partizan but to this tutu a contemptuous smile, and Capt. Wise's company left Tampico on the I.iyin ing. none were Licit. C. to which Ibev invite the attention of the public. undersigned. or the same will be barred ; and all

l the contrary, he Las invariably warned them of lo have said that be would rather lose his let for Huajutla, to put down tl.e Indians who Departed this lifeon Saturday the lit instant at March 2:. 1 G 11:1. ti persjus indebted to said estate are requested( to tnaVe
immediate lo
Wination not to be the candidate of any party life at the hands of the poptilace in an rinrulc committing depredation payment
I"*l were 9 o'clock P. M., al Madison Court-House Florida. Family Wagons for Sale. WILLIAM SNEtD. Adm'r. '
if
, bJ elected he must go into power untrartimclled than by the guillotine, which, would be erected Mrs. MAIITIIA TOWXSEXU, iwue of D. F. received two hu.tl onlt.I-'Al\fIL y W AGO S. JefT-r-ton County March K. IStS. 35 3m -

h'!\ Stand tree Ie adopt or reject tie dogmas of under the regime of M. Ledru Rollin. The TrttUIlT.'I.-Sinc an independent Townsend Eq. ag-d 20 years. ,Tt'ST to R. H. WHITING .

:1 clar"Ss
the it is absurd to talk about making him rnonljr circulated in Paris( en Thurodaj, the there has not, nt we are authentically informed ble wall of life, yr : her mild and winning di"position Justices Court for the 2J Dittriet ffLfon e+vty.

diCtaDdidate.NiuotrL'I'be 16th March. been! a single! !instance_ofthe. govern. had secured to Lcr large circle of'warm and Buggies for Sale. Daniel B. Fisher, Agent, for William E. Fisher, '

merit being defrauded by a. forged draft, or dovoted friend \,lOung in life he made choice of JUST received four handsome Leather Top UG- Torris t Welborn.- P

w&ri Whig State Convention of Misn SaIadin.'hen on his flying bed he com. false or irregular papers, notwithstanding that the Christi.n's lot. ind attached herself to the Prc made expressly for this market. Applyto and all ethers are hereby oetified et

ta4E h. &ed D. Miix3iEix for Governor, manded that a sheet should be borne before this is the paying office for tbe greater portion byteri&n, Church of I which she wa a worthy rneio- March O.'i, 113. 33 At the R- 11.Tin WH1T1SG Manufactory.. THE commencement of this suit, returnable to B

IIt1tr A* BATM for Ltewtes>ant Governor. This him to bit grave on the point of a pear, and of the United Stales. Upwards* eighty mil. her at the time of her death She has left to moore Justices Court (to be held at Tallahassee oth 12th

111111.__ prcpo.ed; tome time' ,since by these words proclaimed : Theg, are the plo.rious lions of dollars has passed through the handsof her loss sdii con olaie husband and two helpless efaildreo !. Sea Island Cotton Seed. day of June Given next under, and to appear and and seal pleaJCtothe, this 31rt | '
"t1InftiltJ lleil carries with him officers. This indicates the circle of friends feel the same. rajhand "
1 ,t1 nllhe Relind a. a suitable I ; ipoibj which Saladin its simplicity awl a largo vacuum :: RUSH ELS SUPERIOR SEA ISLAND COT. March, A. D. 194S. *
? for Vice Pr&. t Oft the TATLOa ticket.hptopositioa .- 3f all hu yictoriw and (Ir umpLs-of all his I utiLe system. and (ho vigilance and care with created by bet departure from them. Yet they II sorrow 50 TON SEED, from Charleston for tale by EDWARD M. WEST [Isw.j a

ci4 ftotmeet with any r. r-riet a riches and the realms he $ ...nothing which it U admini eredi-"Ye&D York fieningPott. not u those who have no ho pe.** Her pious life DANIEL LADD 4 Justice of the Peac*. 2

"responte being made toi it( now remains but bis win i .&beet.. .. and patient revigiulfon under her severe fjlictionj N'rolt. M#rr.b |le. IS I? 33 April 1, iSIS... 37 3ra -

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b w jJt.; ;; x- _BY AUTHORITY.- herein Innle:or tW redemption ol( the stock hereby Spices, Pickles, &c. I u. B.,MAIL. LINE Boot and Shoe Making.rpHEunderigned.havingpurchased. the STEAMER GLASGOW

; : .: cr atld. portion thereof the market pricenot TTNDERWOOD'S pickled Gerkins, Mangoes. OnU JL entire stock and materials of LUAU

,'ff: ;r ? eti and Resolution patJfil nt t (lie Fint Stuion admit below:of, slier pa(( !, ai the fumU nil the of demands(the government the treasury may ions and mixed Pickles, pickled Lobster, Wale 4IIIREUFELD.who is abwrt leaving the State

; of the Thirtieth Cosrrm.NO. ireeling nut and Tomato Ketchups, Capr. Olive Oil,Mustard informs firs friend and the
:
: be the respectfully
: erd I that hereafter may in
t ,:1' .t..f ; any surplus Pepper and Pepper Vinegar, fresh
( is appropriated to th.* object. public that he is at present at the old stand wherehe JAMES TUCKER, M.urZL
; trt"ury hereby Gooseberries in .
.1 t t ACT to make attachments which are and Currants bottles, fresh Salmon all work in his line withprotnotnesi
n.-AN execute
t Src Be it fui tnacted. That it shall be the I I is pfepared to
r. Shad and Halibut in canisters and undersigned avails himself
.- mae ut>d<*r process issuing I rAI the courts of the duy cf I th? Secrets' of the Treasury to report to I Cherries, Preserved, Curry Powder Currant to Mac on. and despatch lie has on hand the finest THC the public that of tbu -g oJ
,
Brandy the
FrpmJTallahasiee
s1 !i Slat;*,conform to the laws regulating such at tl'C commencement of the next sessin, Gajente Ginger or calf skins and all sorts of materials, and will new 1a1Dt
is
t i! : attachments in the (,"rr. cf the Suies.Be Cunlrpu.amourt of mo ej borrowed under this act, and Jelly, Macarrorti, Vermicil.Russia and Ainerican I Throvgk in forty-lico "Jurfrom Tallahassee. make at short noticeand in the best manner GEN GLASGOW the Suwimnee now River performing between her renl 1ar **'
li 1' T J it enacted by the Senate and Haute cf Lrprctentalioet Isinglass, Irish Me. Currants, Prunes in three AND SHOES of Colombo* aadcL
ti of \.hom. and on What terms it nhall hare been obtained and Citnns.Nutmesrs. ..,.aeon, and to Charleston days TLEMEN'S BOOTS every descrip Keys. This boat is *rterials
j :* ? of the Ur.ittti States oj ,1ninca in CVn- ), with an abstract or brief *taternentj of all the Mace in time 10 take Ae .fa 7 Boats on tion. Boot* footed soled.and otherwise repaired in and strongly built of 'tbe b *
wr- Ginger, Allspice Cinnamon. propelled by two taIaa
,. ntsemWed That wh .nr,ernn:>n : nti- reasonable lie will engines, and
p !process submitted for (the distinguishing be aDd : J\"orth the fourth day. good style and at charges. warrant hundred tons *'
I'opr'l fame. Clo Vamilla Beans Summer carrying one burthen
1 ,'r ; > ;! IUO! in any cl the courts' of the United States, property h\fn : accepted) and those rejected, with a detailed Sage, Rose Savory Peach (Stage will leave Tallahassee on Mondays his work to be equal to any done in the place, cotton, with suitable cMOOkttJ*
sweet Marjoram, Orange Flower t waters TIlE accommodations
-;'I "'. .'. thall hereafter be attached lo aatihfy such s'atement! of the expense of making such loans. extract of Rose, Lemon Peach and Vanilla.- sda'l. and Fridays at 4 o'clock A. is!., and to give as good satisfaction as to fitting as any engers, of light draft, requiring bat KvewWii for fortr *

t ; jiIaeutumYherccnvPre4hythepIail.:1ffQniuch Al'rrcvul March :I. 1S4?. For sale by LfcWIS & AMES. and arrive in Macon, (via Quincy Bainbiidge, Newton other workman. cs water,thereby enabling ber to ?"
i .1. :: process and any contingency oceun b, which 3( December 4.1S47. 20 Alpany, Americus, and Perry,) on Tuesday. JOHN LEKCH. regularly at all seasons of the perform ber hi ,
t. :. '. ':t vrJIllntbfI1r.oI2SI! ate.nuch attachment woJld tFoOLU rlO: Thursdays, and Saturdays at 10 o'clock P. M., in May 8, JS47. 42 tf and Cedar year between coi"rrbus
Keys,leaving Columbus
b 7
J morning at o'clock A. M.
r t to, the State t ceuite, then such attachment whi. h l cmi.ider satisfactory in application Mondays,Wednesdays and Fridays. at 4 o'clock A. NEW GOODS. FRIDAY and Cidar 1'_.
t 4 (,r attachment ': n procer'. iumg Iron, orpS'Jin for Ih.I"e land. From the Manufactory of Lcbin, Paris. M.andarrivingin; Tallahassee on Tuesdays Thursday every morning. Should I1ImcitDt
-I-- mae I bounty t< extended or the interests of !?*
{ .. '. 7' ; in. tie .f the tnt'1 StaUs nithineiioh Rrxrirrd l-vltie. Senate and tltuse. ofRrpre'nta.tn'rz TJEDYOSMIA, Helitropr. Jockey Club. Rose Ge and Saturdays at 10 o'clock P. M. This line subscribers would rail the attention of the age her to perform two trrps sbicmen,
J .hall di"h..1.! :aad meaainjof JLJ the Central Rail Road,Savannah, Au- THE per week. the pr pr&
State I'.t with
\, .. : 'fVle l'iilc .;'.. I Ihi. act being to place r.urh ,<.- ', ia tlie (J"I J'r.'i'h! .t mall cases application for bounty, Ambrosia, Seringa, nero of Aratia Rer. de Rome, eusta, Alilledgeville and Western Rail Road to CoItmbusj GOODS now receiving per Brigs Wakulla and change,or add another new boat make to tber
the
I .. C.\rtl oi the Sute* a.i-J th;I'tntcdMt! l As
\ t' o. tame fc.tting : Proei-l. Tint rtllnrj: l.frein Cinliud -! eighteen: hundred and fortj-seven the honoraie Marrocain and ess. lUmquet. from Quincy to Chattahoochie and thence to Apa.lachicoa. from the most fashionable establishments! in New tieable this boat will extend her too.
; op"Iwannee
< shall! int*'ifee with any f i.til or fj.urfUwrit ; t'tscti: ?Qlt I ht ; Kl.cwinj the same was Also, GI nn's Ashland Pcrfune and Preston & \ "Passengers can go from Tallahassee to York! and having been purchased at reduced prices river to trips Urf
'in priority: in ofd b'.s: to the U. : api1i.nt. and but will be ; theJJpper Springs, tnd t\K\ tbt'I'
: three
f 5 payments 'tatt.I predicated tn a rlificate of di abililv( Merrill's Extract; of Fragrant Flowers. Columbus in days, one night they are enabled to furnish their customers at prices Wifhhcoocbie riverl: Dp '
I KOBT. C. \YLVnir.Or.Speaker hall he -onsi'lertJ: "" satisfactory evidence to (the The true Farina Cologne-also the French and spent on the road between Tallahassee and Maeon. low. Their The wonTd

t 'J" \ cube Hoinecf I crre.ent.ti i"s cllHnisrl; cf r-rsioni I hat the disability ,a. inurri.J American. Lavender and Florida Waters, Bay Rum The public may rest assured that every attention will proportionately others undersigned of this boat further state fJif V. ..,
I : :M'I P.vLLAS.Ylcericfidcntcf the comfort of those who patronize REAiDY FM1DS OLOTH3NQ proprietors bate aniTe6 lU
rich Pomades
4 .- in lheeour of service. and Agna de la Heine,fine Cosmetics, be pai.lto may selves of the provisions( an act
i .. : UlcJ:! >::tcs.ndPresident ApproveMarch 31, I>4S. Hair-oils and Hair-dyes, Shaving and Toilet Soaps, this Lite.. i is of the best of materials and being manufactured improve (the navigation and to entitleaV'A't"b
navigate .
.I i the Scntte. --- fine and coarse Combs! Brashes for the Head.Teelh. FARE: directly under the eye of Mr. Stillman all river and for other lb....
nee
., Approved 21stca ."'. !il '. T Florida Baptists.SOUTHWESTERN Nails and Fle!h. A superior article of Cold Crem, From Tallahassee to Quincv, 2 50; Bainbridge. fear of( fjopwoITk i il thereby precluded, and person enacted at the last session purposes cI the therein mnl. ,
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j VMLS: i:. POLK.NO. : 1 and to Macon J,?2. Legislator, olni
BAPTIST CHRONICLE in pots. For sale fcy LEWIS & AMES. $: ; to Albaay. SII. purchasing may rely upon getting an article well State of Florida ; that they hate
December, IS.J7. 20 WRIGHT & SAWYER: Proprietors. made. Among the articles comprising their rrcrent11tf'n'
": J IS.-AN ACT cor.cvrr.inz tie] CoIrt4nf the A WKKsi.Y rraWDICAL. DEVOTED 10 By JOHN \. VARN. A .
.; United Sate in and far Ihc District Michigan. 1Cgion. ?c7r. Iiltat r, Commercial end ,- Office at the Planter's. Hotel Tallahassee FALL JIJVD WLVTER STOCKmay under the name and style of the Florida Stifthf/--
.. it the Senate and House vj Jitprencntatites General rnte : BULL & PRATORIUS, nal Improvement and Steam Navigation Cai/
lie by lt(7g II BAI: 1 LEY: Anent ; at MJj| NATHANS Quincy be found the following: '
t f the l"itc. Stales nf .J/.inira iiCon&rt3 Published in N. Orleans, n,1 r the EJ.'tcrial care of At the corner store under the Sentinel Office and July 17, Ib 17. 02 Blk French Cloth. Frock and Dress Coats Clack The Company will soon complete arraDtti ,.

1 I ;', aase7flt! 71t the} circuit sad district WM. C. DUNCAN, A. M. opposite the Pbtznix finildinp, Brown and Invis. Green Castor Beaver Sacks,Saxa of which due notice will be given, for Pllrchasi

t. courts of the Unit-d fn tf district. of Michigan has long beea the belief of the editor of the DR. J. REESE'S Gotha Mixt Tweeds and fancy col'd. Cassimer ell Cotton and other products cf the country, or

.. !hal continue to be held i ia I t'.e city of Detroit IT 4 Chronicle," *s well ss the conviction of all our ARE NOW OPENING I a choice and well selected Pellets and Blanket Overcoats Ac., Heavy Pilot liberal cash advances upon all property sbipvT.

4 vr tile' Monday ol June c.i J t2.e: Ie nd :MunIiV "ollh.\.e.t'r(! lpti.ta t that the cause ot religion ( of CLOTHS, CASSIMEKS, VEST- & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE.P and Beaver Cloth Overcoats and Cloaks of fine Blk when required. As soon uJ) practicable a lit/!/

c O.obr in every jear, a-i>' Ir\ftiol in snvat would receive more efficient support 'from the publicaiion I INGS and READY-MADE CLOTHING. The great LIVER and Blue Cloths Pantaloons ot Black French Cas suitable packets will be established by the CompuY
.
f, .. c Coheres?, herilofoie pvi ,' of R denominational newspaper in New Orleans care and 'taste bestowed in selection of these goods ERSONS of feeble constitutions and those of see sinner Blk Ribbed do., fancy Plaid Check Sc. Striped between Cedar Keys and New York and New (W
!: that all wnts, picas, suit, re- that warrant them in saving to all who wish to puicha leans for the conveyance of freight and puseertn'.
tlotwithmJwl! ; and than frun almost. any ether agency can dentary habit, arc often troubled with habitual do. ; also,Tweed Sat inett and Jeansdo..c.: VESTSof
C"pUUICfS. indictir.enU.i.-vf all oilier: p.-octedini;*, I be.employed. Many have expressed a desire to see good bargains, you will do well to call and ctamin co tivenxs0, which often exerts a very unfavorable Black and Fancy Satins Striped and Plaid Silks thereby securing to all its patrons a safe and tip,!'
civil anJ crunical, si.all be heard, tini1, and avowed their our block. It would be a great tax on time and ditious mode of transportation of their
: |t'f- one located thereand have willingness pa. influence upon their genera! health which i is particularly Velvets, Plaid Cashmeres and Valencia Plaid Silk proptrrtta'
CL''ith) by the said cout: ,. in the aaue maDticrHid to cafrihltc.1uh by money and hy personal excr- tience to enumerate the dit'crent! styles and p ltern, manifested by irregularity. if not total loss of Mazurkas &c. &.C. eithet market as well as return cargo to its pl!,f'

.. ) at the same ;place as IHrctc'lc.Al'plu.d tion., to iMuppot: ; but no person has hitherto compo:irg this assortment : suffice it lo say that a appetite. In this condition of the system, this article They have also an extensive assortment of Cloths. destination. The rates of transportation will in no-

March It, l fs.NO. t'tl1 found! rr. .iy t<' undertake the responsibility and I portion oi' these cloths and cas-itners are of Brit is confidently recommended with the assurance Cassimers and Vesting unmanufactured consistingin instance exceed those heretofore charged or lUowtf

.. the arduous l Ishoc ot publication. The time (tor its alii'* Iloaslnl Lustre,' and the ch'hinllandf'Very that, i if the dose is properly adjusted so as not to pait of: Superior French Black and Wool Dye (or like services, but a material redaction ef tack

a 19.-AN ACT for the rliefof the heirs of John \ estajJisln.-te.'it! !us, at leo h. arive; asid the Ban- article cf their stock is of a style and quality move the bowels too actively relief ma*, be relied I Cloths. do. English do. do. do., English Elus and rates U contemplated at an early period a* so au>
J' ul Jones. Sout! -wet. i isno.v that will please the most fastid.ous. I the increase of business shall warrant inch
J S list denomination, pecially upon\ without any or even the least unpleasant con- i Invisible Green, Wool Dye do., Black Beaver and redaction
Be il tn.trtfJ.by the Senate n' : L'rited Stairs t f.mrica in religion the finest texture, the beet t English! French purga. to visit tJre Keys, at all seasons of the
{ i II.t the pronv.tun an-1 the lirttlaDce of true wool die, tive medicinca usually resorted to. do., Fancy Plaid and Striped do. of the latest and yeas.f
e ayirw.That. the aefounts ,IthetAte. Coinj j! in the VuK! of the Mississippi. wool dJc bhck.do. Cassimrr,l.ondon wool"dye Mack Persons subject to Bilious Cholic may rely on the most fashionable styles; VESTING. .of Black and the most healthy and desirable retreats for innIi o

.. inod're John Paul Jones with ih.United Sattb! ? Nothmjr, sorely, need be said to show the importance do. Cass., French and German black cloths do. Cass, preventive properties of this medicine by using it on Fancy Plaid Satins, do. do. Silk, Silk and Woollen and others in Ihe State and the beantifi] tndrtmn-

referred lo the Secietary tf. (Il!: Treasury, ti adju l land I nay the absolute necessity in a religious French fancy Ca!suners. I the first intimation of an approaching attack. Thereare Velvets, Cashmeres and Valencia! *, Vesting cf Rich tic scenery o(the Suwannee will. it it suppose tStr

payoutufanv money cr M"ck of ths Lnitvdm! point of te-v, of Living a denominational paper VESTINGS of fine black Satin, fine plaid Satin. some constitutions liable: to regular attacks of Velvet Pluth.c.. .C. inducements to many to avail themselves of M;truant

the trc* ur>, notnlhernise appropriated, upci] th.-I published in this, the emporium city of (lie southwestern Silk Woollen Velvet Ca'hmere'.l and Polkanet, Btllious Fever almost every fall ; to such the use of ALSO AN ASSORTMENT OF an excursion.

r' principles: justice and eiuity, according; tu set* in country. Independently of the benfits which Cerro G >r.lo and CI'C'ruLlIco. Monterey checked. this medicine is recommended beginning to use it This i Company, having as they believe, nadt aft

., : feiir.ilar cas, and! vi>':.'*':'e th f.to. I would result to the city itself, whose need of all the READY MAD CLOTHING.-Superior Fine blk. by the middle of May or first of June. Hats and Caps(MonlereytBro. and Bleach'd. Cotton tequisite arrangements for (Ihe convenience an4 Kcommodation -

4., 0 ". SEC 2 .1ndbeiZfur(1aeriartedThtt (Le Secretary moral, and religious: influence which can be brought French dress and frock coals, do. English wool dv* e Those whose digestive organs are feeble often experience Linen and Cotton j Undershirts, of the public, they solicit iu palnc-
: of Ihe Tn-asury is Lereby in-: tctet to pay to tn bear upon it, none deny the advantages accr.iug do. do., French Cassiiner Sack Coats, Doe-skin d... of fullness weight and Blk Ital. Silk Cravats age.For
I thele I ;ll l represcntatit-ej cf the laid Jwhn PaulJones.an :I tf the Baptist cause"Il from the establishment ofa black and fancy cloth Sack mixed doe-skin opera the a stomach sense after eating, will find oppressionabout this rnedi Fancy Satin do 1 J Lambs Wool and Angola further particulars, apply fo Wessri. D. ?

.1 the offiters,seanun, and mannescl the squadron denominational paper in :city where} intelligence coats, black bcavercloth sack and over-coats black cine afford almost immediate relict. Rich Fancy Sjtia and \ Undershirts SMITH & Co., Columbus, Messrs. SMITH ft HAS*

: under his committd, being citizens of the United of every kind is ?o readily o.in-, and from which CI'Kiks. I'antaloonsuffine black Cassimermedium Ladies (their confinement often suffer from Plain do Scarfs, >'Brown Cotton and Cotton- RIS. Madison, Messrs. PUTNAM Jt RICHARDS

; fctaten.nr t1iPirr.preentati'.eeuZ cf ant moneys or I if can IK* disscnunstiil more easily than flom any do., a great variety of fancy Cas'imer pants of the heartburn near and costiveness to such this article is Jenny Lind llhJ.t.le J Drawers, Cedar Keys, or to the undersigned. '
,.tnk oi the United State in I Ihe Treasury not ether- latest style. I'entu of : Blk. White and Col'd Kid/Gum Elastic Suspenders,
: I other cih'l 1:1: the South would be very description. Military highly recommended, as it can be used without (the JAMES TUCKER,
o wise appropriated, t heir rcf ettive )proportions of I I 'ilh the'Misii-sippi i on the one side incalculahl.-I Trimmings, Hosiery Sliirls Gloves, Cravats, lell- least and with benefit. In sick Gloves, \\Merino I and Cotton Half- And other,Proprietor

the value, aj estimated. by licnjamin Franklin cii I of, Mexico n the other New adjusting Stocks. S-Jspenders, and almost ever_ thing headache danger it is invaluable.great or nervous i Hose, Columbus, Florida, January 22, 1543. 23 Jy
three < s captured! by the Fiiuuron under the I Icnrmad connected wilh outfit. Shoes
pnr greater facilili-. communicating every a gentleman's Tim article will be found to act Patent Leather Umbrellas. Money Belts,
as a pleasant cordial -
of tke said Joi.cs, and deliveted up toGreat city in ths United States, and for obtaining an earlyknlmled B. & P. are prepared to execute all orders accori and tonic, restoring the appetite and at the Shoulder Braces, &c. itc. Jefferson Circuit Court
liritai: by Deutnark.n seventeen I unJred' and event e ol every important movement which may in* to the latest' and most approved sylc.N. ( ,. intention CLARK & STILLMAN.[
time : that the
'-nme ;"to b? apportioned on the hui.(If the Oistril.'jtioa : -;i. take place r.ithin its boundaries, than, perhaps, any B. By the next arrivals we expect to receive same fulfilling intended every to efTV-ct. It commonpurgatives October 23,1547. 14 IN CHANCERY.

of a settlement. iia4e \\ith the (alto;i, f, r II' |ictlier city in the Union. Situated in the centre of THE REMAINDER I and,are when used according to the purely directions vegetable William Bailey, Adm'r. de bonis non of J.ia W.

I prizes captured '>> lh said siuadron civetl i' the south'.wester country of which it is the coinrnerciil October 1C, 1<-17. 13 will be'found an invaluable article especially to those W. &. IDBILWORTLHI 1ay, deceased Complainant,
from the court ol Fur.C/.1ud co.ifirmed b\ I .
and which its
ColJlejs'l| metropolis, throughout peri ts.Tilmaa
afflicted with Dyspepsia Derangement of the Liver
Law
; in srvc ilecn: hundred and t-ighty-sexen ; ; : oical.are freely circulated; it nj'jst impart more ortlti Hamilton Tax Sales. Debility. Attorney at D. Purifoy, Defendant.

: liu \:H'r. fr"m t Ihe share of attain Peter Landau, 1 its own tone and character. How necessaryit or Gentral Xonticello, Jefferson County, Florida, appearing to the satisfaction of the Caartov
received b him his : l virtue of the power vested in me by law, I Prepared by Doctor J. Reese Griffin Pike county, IT
the yJtn \ or egI repn-soi.lative, I aCdavit made in
then influence should BY this
i ii. that that
( some salutary proceed for sale before the Court House Georgia, and for sale bv appointment at attend the Circuit Court* of the Middle cause, Tilmin D.Parifoy. -
: tinder an act of Conress the ventv-j from this city to correct, as as 'possible expose WILL (be said defendant, resides cut of ths
Stats
great at
alh1Ho fa
: 'iotil- door in the town of Jasper Hamilton County Florida E. BARNARD JrV, and of tba County of Cvlnobla of the
of }
eishlh n\ :
M.rcb. eighteen tl.e ft'il which it disseminates.The Eastern Florida Florida, and in the State cf Ceorzli, on moUoa af
c.l. That ia 1 ir.our.t due the heirs of on I tie first Monday in June,15.19. following Drug: Store Tallahassee Circuit
:
'Ctainl; ,. convinced of the the solicitor for
tl Baptists it i is hoped, are necessity DANIEL LADD Newort ilontlcello, August :22,1S46L.av 5 complaisant: ffu Ordered, ThU
.. \ \id Paul Jones, i any.u.i interc-tt khzll be allowed obtaining a firm foothold in New Orleans descnbcd properly, or sutiudi thereof as will patl.e Monticello the said Tilman D. Purifoy do appear and auwar
State and Taxes due for the vga" ,
'Jtunty thereon
<: slebcLLim. in orii.-r to oppose barrier the progress of Roman. Notice the bill of complaint filed in this cause within fair
: Approved Mirch 21 I. I..E. in 1517, to-wit : Quincy, months from the date of the
in. which i is making rapid 6Iri.el to supremacy I TheSWl-loftheS( E 1-4 of section 33 heeu. HARDY BRYAN publication ef this order
mr.of stir western cities. Once established on a ; or the said bill of complaint will be taken for
f : : tire section 31; the W 1-2 of action 3V (the E 1-2 of Agent for Thomas county Georgia. ROCKEX ROUGH & MAXWELL.
10.21.AC to remit d'uir on books naps! cure basis i here, moreover, the denomination can the ; confessed : Provided, That a copy cf this order be
the S W 1-4 of section 20 all in 2 Mav22,1S47. 4
lor ths Ue bf the Library cf more casilv sup-ily: the destitution of Texas, which. ; township range published ia some newspaper printed Jn the Middle
H. BROCKENBROUGH
12, tenth and the N W 1-4 of section will return to Flo
eati 2
asa
; ,
". Cot re i the provi-lence cf has been lately thrown WM Circuit Floiidi, once wetk for the of(
j G. and the N Iof section 3. and the N E 1-4 of sec Martin, Smith & Thorn in time to attend all the Courts of the space asp
the and House ,
Be if cnttfJ.1 Smtf of ? -- opea.and vil.ich us.with cries and supplies months. (Signtd.)
lion 4 of Middle Circuit and Jackson and Franklin Counties
ritatit's oftite ud :airs of Aitizriea in Cenffreos ti"'ns, to her assistance. Come forward, then, bre township I. range 12north and east purporting Commiuion and! Forwarding Merchants THOMAS DOUGLAS. Judge.
,
to belong to the Estate of Hector W. Brad'n. in West Florida. B. & is!. will also attend the
a\.emblcd. That: Secre/ary the Treasury tiiren. aud assist) by ), in extending and December 18. 1S47. 23 4o
I o your liberality ALSO-The S E 1.1 of tho S E 1-4 of section 31. No. 02, Poydras Street, Supreme and Federal Courts. Their time will be
be, and hereby u, directed to remit duties the boundaries of the
upon strengthening! Redtemer'* king
al township 1 J. 13 north and devoted exclusively (o the legal profession, and
sUCh books, and charts ha been : range east, purporting to NEW-ORLEANS LA. Middle District of Florida
-
erupt om
a during belong to the Estate of Cbaircs. Claims against the United State, for the attentive ,
. .;: 1 : the presentear.. .r hereafter may Le, imported into It is the intention of the editor to pay special attention Benjamin IT. M.! x..aTJN-G. W. II4JTH--THOII. L. TUOBJV. of which
JOSIAH BAISDEN have been made WAKULLA CIRCUIT AND COUKTT.
: -:'. (he United States by authority cf the Joint Library to I Ihe department of Science and Literature, And Sheriff Refers to \Vasbill prosecution ton. arrangemtnU

. :r:. Committee, of Congress for tho use ot the library of, admitting in his paper article of a scientific or ex-ofticioTaxCoillaynjlton Co. Daniel Lash!. PlaintiflT.Thomas In Atfacbaesl,
March 13 1S47. 34
!. n March 11, IS IS. 31-3m J. W. Argjle, A- Bestwick, S. S. Sibt y,Tr.ilabassee. vs.
. f'ongiesi: Provided, TLat if. in an,caie, a contract literary) character which does not tend to the cuhivation J. L. Sroallwood R. L. Edmonds, Quinc. Lockba'rt Debt fl
'.: tball!! been made wilh any bogkfler.! orother and improvement of the mental and moral DR. C. If. BUNTING, Defendant.
ilprlrr. Leon f'ebruuyI2.1StS. 30
for books it fail Circuit Court. is hereby given to the said Thou
or far-iltfa: which cannot to
person naps : ; by means prove a NOTICE
___ __ .. SURGEON DENTIST
and all other interested ti.
u. ,
(ontrc the htcl.ellcr. impoiter, cr ether person valuable medium of instruction to any family into IN CHANCERY.Creditors' ixouce.ALL persons
shall have included TTAVING located in hove cause, that the plaintiff, Daniel Ladd, bu iaitituted -
; rl.id. paid th duty, or the which it may be introduced. permanently Quincy.Florida,
Dill Estate. entitled to dis
fur settlement creditors
rutJ in said contract, ia cise tbe duty shall! not A table of New Orleans Prices Current, corrected cf persons, : legatees -Li ie.pect fully tenders his services to the publicn this suit by attachment issued from fWof-
James E. Broome and others for themselves and or otherwise interested in the estateof ice of the Clerk of the said Wakulla Circuit Cain
r mill weekly l ,will be found in each number, from whiO : the various branches of his profession. From his rtigainst
'. .. Approvid. March :!, ISIS.I the ?.d any that are interested in the state ether creditors of A. M. Gatlin. Complainants, James is!. Sloaa late of Jefferson County. deceased experience and success in practice he feels assured a the lands and tenements, goods and ebattels.f .

of 1)1ter. Orleans may obtain all the desired vs.Turbutt ,, are hereby notified to exhibit their claims of being able to please those who may patronise him. the said Thomas Lockhart, who resides UjwxJ

) NO. 22.-AN ACT to authorize loan not to exceed information. mrke R. Betton.Sarah A. fictIon,his Wife Executrix and demands within two years from this date 'to the Dr. B. refers the public to t he limits of this State, for a debt doe to lb.said

the Hum of sixteen millions of dollats.Be The price cf subscription to the I Chronicle" i is of A. M. Gathn and others, Defendants. undersigned, or the same will be barred : and all Col. W. T. STOCK-TO, Dr. J. M. W. DATIPSOIV, Ladd on a promissory cote, executed and delivtnd

.0 it enaettdby il.e &'nateand House of Representatives 83,00 per annum in advance; $:, O. at the end of WHEREAS, By an ord made by his Honor persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Gen. C. II. DTJPONT, Dr. R. E. Lirnt.a rid payable to W. H. Perry rr bearer, dated OH 8ftif

:: ._ of the L'nited Slates America in Congress six months; $..OJt the expiration of the year. DOUCLAH, Judge, on the Itt December immoLate payment.JAMES R. TUCKER Sheriff OfEce opposite the is!. E. Church. Ladies waited November, 1541, due one day after its datf.iodvhich

,. ataeiiblet!. That the President
1 States be, and he i ia hereby authorized, at any time NOTE.-This paper since its establishment in signed \%as appointed among other things, to takean of Jefferson County and ex officio 3m Adm'r.February September 11. 1S17. S ?erry bv delivery for a valuable consideration to tU

within Olt year from the passage of thii act, to barrow March.17, has sustained a character in al its above account ol what ill due to Complainants for their 19.1S4S. 31 aid Ladd, now amounting,principal and initial to

0: the credit. of tbe lmtt States, a sum not named departments not surpassed if r'faltd. claims, and to all other creditors of said A. M. Gat- LEWIS & AMES M. D. PAPY ether, lo the sum of three hundred and twear-

I exceeding sixteen: millions, much thereof is in by any paper either in this or in any other country line with interest thereon ; and it was ordered further even dollars and fifty-three cents : Now the said

.: .. l.ij opinion tbe exigencitt cf the government may and should therefore meet with a cordial supoort That the said
I ., require at a rate c interest net exceeding fix per from its own denomination, a well from all other ment to be published in the Floridian' a newspaper DRUGS) MEDICINES PAINTS OILS, 11ITILL Practice in all the Courts in the Middle at!bore suit are hereby required to enter his or their

t. a centum p ft anur payable quarterly or sCliannuI who desire: to see dilT-ised throughout (the country published! weekly in Tallahassee and in such Y Y Circuit. Office on the first floor of the Cap- al l ppearance and plead to the declaration filed in tba

ally, which loan shall be made rc-irabursable at any religions!and scientific knowledge. The second vol. other public newspapers as he shall think proper for Toilet Articles, Perfumery, &e., Window Glass, Lcd, South wing, room formerly occupied by the aid suit, on or before the first day of the next MiJ

t-: time alter twenty years from tbe first day of July utae will commence in March, '4', and I would respec'fullv the creditors of the said Alfred M. Gatlin to come PAINTERS' BRUSHES AND COLORS, S ecretary of the Territory. C Circuit Court to be held in the said County of Wtulla.or -

I f .' t 'ost. afterthe pasSage of this ac; and said monevFO advise those wishing to subscribe to this in before him and prove their debts, on or before the Apothecaries' Glass Ware, &. November 15, 1845. 17 ki otherwise judgment will be rendered apinit

-. borrowed, shall, on being duly appropriated valuable paper that NOW is tho very best time they; first day of May next ; and that such of the creditors ins or them by default.
( be in addition the who shall not in and rpHEiabove constantly on hand,and for sale at the DANIEL LADD.
Ilereir. applied, to money now could select. come prove I heir debtsby the time JL JOHN ERUINC.
treasury, or which may be received therein W. McKINNEY RUSSELL, aforesaid shall be excluded the benefit of 'this de. lowest market prices. ATTORNEY AT LAW February 19, 1949. 31

: from other sources to defray any cf the public; expenses Duly appointed Agent Tallaha s.e, Fla. cree ; and that such persons not parties to the bill, ,
.. S which JU ben heretofore, cr may be l. re- Wfininrir, Of', loa. : It who shall come in before' the said Master to prove (have received by late arrivals: large additional Qulucy, Florida Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry
-- -- -- -- --
; after authorized by \, and the stock issued -- ---- their debts do, before they are admitted directors, upplies of Dru%,,.Mtd cl1&t and Chemicals,which, rTTTLL attend the Justices' Courts of Gudsden REPAIRED.

,, p such loans shall be transferable on the bovks of upon tbe In Jefferson Circuit Court contribute to the complainants their proportion of ogether with most of the popular patent remedies, V V County, the Circuit Court of Middle}Florida gi. 'MYERS secured the aervirwJL
,having
: the ender our assortment the largest and most varied in rid the Courts in the Counties of yOWLE
treasury. SPRING TERM, 1S4S. expenses of this suit to be nettled by the said adjacent Georgia. of an experienced workman who will attend
i Sac.:2. Be /urtr That the Secretary Mailer." And it was also ordered thlt. an accountbe the State. November 2J, 15-15. 13 tfQc
"adr. Charles > he of Watches and Clocks cxclosirtlv! ,
repairing
5 of the Treasury be, and he hereby)' with L Po\dl. Petition; ,0 Foreclose Mor taken of all securities or collaterals held by the We have now in store a lot of QUININE war- :>- Sentinel copy.
antborize. ci re prepared to do all work in their line of butioeai
;: the consent ot Ihe President ol the Ulit S.att.ln. Arthur Eurney. $ gage of Personal Property. creditors respectively, and a report be made of the S ant J PUU. and of very superior quality. 'sell and promptly.

4. .. cause to be cert idcati-s of stock which same, and of the value of each." also Justreceived, a large assortment of
a prepare lb.1 defendant! and all persons interested, are And it was [ ES.-Central Course, Macon. November 6. 1547. 18
be signe Treasury, and sealedti'h the 1 THE' ] notified l of the filing of the Petition for ordered that all parlies may be examined upon interrogatories FRESH GARDEN SEEDS, _

4'a, of ( .Treasury Department' for the sam to be borrowed Foreclosure of Mortgage in (this cause, and they are and produce all books and papers in from the celebrated gardens of Messrs. Hovey & Co. CITY HOTEL ,

: &atorcrtid, or any part thCf'of. tearing ai: required to appear and plead to the same, if any plea their custody or power relating theretoupon oath AUo a small invoice of choice BRANDY AND

interest not to exceed six per centum per annum, t bey hat ,eaccording law. The mortgage is'on personal before the said Mister, as the said Master shall direct. VINES, and a lot of CIGARS of extra quality. All

and transferable: and reimbursable a!aforesaid and property add made to secure the paymen ." u'f which we offer for sale at the lowest cash pricet.

: to cause aid rtilcaf to be sold : PiotiJeJ, of fifteen hundred dollars.a and interest. Now, therefore, all persons claiming to be creditors .LEWIS t AMES.

That n part of Iid : be sold below par ? Andprovided THOS. JEFF. HEIR, of said A. \. Gatlin are hereby, in pursuance of Tallahassee November 20, 1947. 19
: also.That whenever required todo so. (the Sdicitor for Petitioner. said order notified to produce their claims and the -
TALLAHASSEE
Secretary of the Treasury shall cau a to be attached March 11.1S1S. :j-4 2m vouchers in support thereof, and all collaterals and Wakulla County Tax Collector's FLORIDA.
_
to any certificate or certificates to be i issued under securities therefor before me, at my office in Tall,. 110 the undersigned has been confided this saUL

a! this act, coupon of( interest( ; and any certificate Just Received, haaee within the time limited in said order, and SALE. agement of this Hotel.

such coupon of interest attached to it, LEWIS & AMES" Store a fresh otherwise comply with the of the HAMILTON HUDSON.
hliD may AT Drug supply provisions same virtue of the authority vested in me by law r HE the Central
b transferable! by delivery of lie certificate, instead New and Valuable. Medicines-among which that they may he admitted parties lo the said suit BY I have this day levied upon and will expose to r Course Regular near Spring this city Meeting will commence oier on TUESDAY January 8, '.943. 25Notice.
being assignable on the b 'of the ; but are the following: Dated this third day of December,A. D.; 1S47. in front "
;. ( treasury public sale of the Court House, in the couny yj the 2d day of MAY, 184S. Tbe following
-, .. no certificate. of stock shall be issued (or a lest DR. SPE CER' VEGETABLE PILLS AND RESTORATIVE SIMON TOWLE Special Master. of Wakulla, State of Florida, offered. .
.
p yure will be The money to be bung athe
amount than Cttv dollars. BITTERS. up
: December,1547. 20 tf A LL indebted to the estate of Louis JoTatr
: I Sec. 3. Jl nd beitjttrther enacted That the Sec re. Designed for, and will cure Dyspepsia Liver Com.pIint On thejirst Monday in May next, tl stand ready for the winner of each race.Purse. jL late persons of Hamilton County, deceased, are reqeet ti t-
.
,. try orh.rreuury be, and he is hereby authorize : Piles, Scrofula, Jaundice-and all kindVec I John P. DuvaL, between the usual hours, the following pieces or first 1 mile heat to make immediate payment ; and those bavinfemands
Tuesday day. 00
$200
for the taking of such loans, or diseases resulting from a dirderf1stomacb t>r impure parcel of Land viz: are requested to present them la IeTOSJ
ATTORNEY AT LAW Wednes lay, second day 2 mile heats, 300 00
,
i any part.or parts thereof; and that before disposing; dale of blood. Lot number 3, containing 474 acres and known le law,duly authenticated.
S of the sut clock issued for such loan, the Secretary DR. HULL'S WORM LOZENGE. TTTILL practice in the Courts of Middle Florida as the'Rivet Survey according to the original survey Thursday third day 3 mile heats 600 00 ELIZABETH JOINER, Adal.
1 ol, the shrill be inserted V V the Court of and the United States Friday, fourth day, best three in fire,
'. Treasury .us to in one or The safest, most effectual, and prepaalon Appeals, made by Asa Hartficld Surveyor. Also lots FebruarVl9lS4S. 31 2ta
I 1 Iwo public newspapers printed in the city of Wash before the puh1e. for the eradication of WOUI. District Court at Tallahassee. umber 39, 40, 41, 42, 43..U.:U. :-2. 53,60,01,02, winning hone 200 00 -

: .j in on,an in one or two public Descapapei'l ptinttn J Children ( Office in Wm. Wilson's Buildings over Hay ward's 63, 6'3. 69. 70, 71. 7S, SO, 81, 62. S3,1 1,7.8. 14. Silver Cup worth $:, for second best Furniture, Carpets, &c. for Sale
if than
( in the Iincpal! city orcnpital of each Stats. an ad. HULL'S COUGH Book Store Tallahassee Containing each 3GO acres; and known'and dcsribed more two starts.
[ that bid. and als Will LOZENGEq. February 20, 1S49. 32 Saturday, for beaten horses 150 00 PAIR of handsome Mahogany Parlor Coiciw,
.. : stating prooc for such! rmEVENT Consumption CD.S I cases *f by said numbers according to the original survey 1 *'
handsome dnw
.- CHARLES A. ELLS 1 Mahogany Book Case, with
: will until certain to b_ Colds Asthma, Spitting ot
day. Pains
loa b reeie specified Blon. the Side, made by Asa Hartfield, Surveyor. Whet Tit -
f Secretary Central Race Club. an d desk, 2 handsome Carpets, 1 Doable
). r.'. ia not more than sixty l, Shortness of Breath and Pulmonary Com- Al, the above described lots of Land situated lying
advcrtiement. : Notice. *
io 5
: a I Macon, March llth, 1&-JS. 31-8w tei Corn-Sbeller, the most approved article
I leu from the time
S dais, or ol the plaints arjd being in the county ol Wakulla,on the west _
.
S J'. S frt insertion of said adtcrtisement in one or Iwo -AtsoDR. SIX months after date, the undersigned will pre side of the Wakolla River, being a portion of whatis Apply to J. R. FORTUNE.Feb. .
'. HULL'S FEVER AND hit accounts and vouchers to the Honorable Notice. 5, lb4S. 20 At the Tin Manufattery.
in the
of and
hI''paper city Washington stating; AGUF PILLS known as Forbes' Purchase, and levied upon as
1 I : ,.. the atnouatof (the loan requiredsnJin nlla in Well known asa.Safe Certain, Cure Judge of Probate of Leon County and apply for letters the property of the Apahchicola Land Company (;IX months after date.I shall present my accounts -

: utaltnenti and when ant"] where i will be i for Fever and Ague, Chills and Fever, Intermittentand of disroinnion administrator of the estate of :and Will be sold to satisfy their State and County Taxor k 3 and vouchers the Hon. Judge of Probates of Tax Collector's Sale.

,: .; .. .'s to be paid. And all such t>propofali sh:1 rfquirr required : al other Fevers. JViVe reduced to Setenty-Jite Henry J. Gaskins, late of said County dt'c aS"d.i i ( the county. of Wakuila, for the year 1S1" egerson county and apply for letters of disniiion 1Y virtue of the authority rested ia e bylaw.1 .

to be sealed aDd shall b. opened Secretary per B z. WESLEY MANNING Adm'r. I AHIJAH HALL. Sheriff s I Administrator on the estate of Henry Feldberg J shall expose for sale, before the Court How*

,r or other fficcr(flhe I depart ment.en the: day The. abut Medicines, fresh and genuine are for 137 S. S. SIBLEY Agent. I and ex-efficio Tax Collector Wakulla Co. ite of Jefferson count, deceased.HENRY do or, in the city of Tallahassee, on the first Wow

aplnted. publicly, and in the' presence cf such per sale by LEWIS &AMFS.Tilahusec. February 19,1S43.( 31 6m October 10, IS 17. 13 GREENBERG, Adm'r. j in August next, the following described property1

: \ a may choose tn attend ; aad no proposal shall Fa. October 1C, 1S47. 13 Cm 110 much thereof as will be sufficient to pay tbd &

( ., : be withdrawn after the citre shall have been re- For certificates of rfommenJation. ad information Newport Mineral Spring. Notice.Sl U an County taxes due thereon for the year 1S47:

1 ; reived at Treasury Df; rrtmcct ; and the sid : concerning the above Medicinessee future DWELLING LOTS FOR SALE. months after date 1 shall final NoticeS Section Township 1, Range lNadEp"-
l -.:.,. Kecretaryniy such be I advertisements, and which be ob present my account inz to belong to W. G. Gould.
pay espen.cs as tniy necetearily ( pamphlets may and to all ort
hereby given
undersigned being felly empowered vouchers the Hen. Judge of Probate persons interested that six
t-. {inc rd in Printing and issuing certificates of;( : tine of the Agents. -TIIE make warrantee titles, 1 has had the in and for Leon County, and apply for letters of I L months after date I shall present my final accountId A. A. FISHER. Leon Sbenff Ce-
stock: Pravijed. That the i JR. J8.9.. 35 and Tax Collector
itvuxver. employment of Marb e* officio
$4'-; ( around the above priDglIla.ad ismission as administrator of the estate of Joseph vouchers to the lion. Judge of Probate in and

*!"- 'I of arentt this,act arjd shall other Dot epen.t in all exceed incident the nm the sixteen execution Cabinet Making, &c., ot in good size dwelling lots 01 upwards of an : Alien),, deceased. fo r the County of Jefferson,and apply for a discharge January 29. ISIS. 28

e, acre each, which he now offers for .ale low. Pl.nlof COUNCIL B. ALLEN as. the Administrator of the estate of Anna Brooks, -
;' : thousand :.dollars' ; which sum of lixtern thousand CO.PARTNI1SUp.-Te undersigned have as- the same, with terms, &c., can be seen at Dr. E.uaud' Administrator with the will annexed. Is ite of said County deceased. O. W. HUTCfflNS,
J< dollars if hereby appropriated ( these
: or from this date
purposes
Tallahassee. First February 26,1843. 32 6m JAMES R. BROOKS.
an ", come has first choice.
: and shall be paid out of in the he will be AUCTIONEER
,. cry money treasury ( two shops united and business con DANIEL LADD. Jefferson County, Oct. 30, Ib4 7. 15 6m ,
rot otherwise appropriated: ndprovidedThat noeommissien ducted by LYNCH &VNGF.HOE.[ They are Newport, February 19, 1843. 3t TALLAHASSEE FLf.I .
:i .: :- .h.1 b allowed to any officer whose prepsredtodo all their line, Doctor John P. DuvaL, tttended le, *

I 'I. salary is for any service p rorme by with fidelity and,despatch,and on .reasonable terms Notice. OFFERS his professional services to the citizens Deaf and Dumb Asylum E 5)ALES inany part solicited.of the couatj
'I him a the execution of Ihia act. for cub respectfully
i .
: or appr..t acceptances as any workmen in - and surrounding country Office OF KENTUCKY.

:.' f', .. Sec. 4r t 6 U further tlod .Tnat (Ibe faith he countr. The continued patronage o( the pubic SIX months after date the Administrator of the ill \ Wilson's. Building over HaywarU's Book resident of the said RcrzrsrNcTs: Fa.aSa,
; l-iEsubscriberas (Ihe agent LLOTS
j L 1 -
; Of the Sate i il hereby pledged to provide and respectfully solicited. of R. Humphries, deceased late of Leon Store, TaUahauee.Feruary26l84S.. I- BOND. Esq., J Es')
rfkblR ; (or the regular paymenttbi4nlerest. a E. J. LYNCH 'onnty, will present his final account and vouchers 32 I nstitut ion,offers for sale MI tracts, and vponTHIS ,y r. %v. ARGYLE: EKJ., | D. C. Wiwo
Thousand
Acres
/ aDd tor th of stock. GERARD 10 the lion. Judge of Probate of said County and to suit purchasers,about Four January 22,1S4S. 37
redemption .ai VINGEJUOES -- 0' situated in the county Jackson, in theate
LAND
And toe provi- Ta/iaaatsec, N 6, for t discharge from said administration. Notice.3IX -
pray .
rDcipa.ua .mbr lI St of Florida. Also, the Right to Locate, to a Heir
Jeff.
t ;1" ions of intrtt thereon u the tame November 27, 1847. 19 .. 6m Thomas ,
months after date
Coffee. the undersigned, adminillil nited extent. LA**
due AT '
become and .
lo time
ftota Utae COUNSELLOR
ehall payableS
AND
O tratriz of the estate of B. F. Lip.combdeceaaed The above lands were selected at an tartdatt',by ATTORNEY
shall be ppid oat of any noneia i he Ireuury not BAGS OLD JAVA DR. J. S. BOND her believed be the Circwit Court I *$?
will and to in
4 20 COFr present account and vouchers to tie Hon. 111 experienced judge, are amongst TlLL practice th. f'S
1 oherwiasappropriatedS ( 50 do. Wo OFFERS hit professional services to the citizens pdge of Probate of Wakulla County, and ask to be tb it, BuM in the county. V County of the Middle Circuit, ID ill J '
: Scd 5. And Hi fu enacted. That the Secr4ary 25 do. Lignira do. ** and the surrounding fountrr. discharged u administratrix bf laid estate C. H. DUPONT, erne Court and United Stafw Dtrkf "CewMonticello.
of tbe he is hereby autho Just l received and for Iby Office at Col. F.her', Hotel '
; Treur b an E. E. LIPSCOMB, dm's. 4gentcffl.4D.J.ofFy. Tat]labs.,...
4.4, ,A rued io 8 >: liae before the period Sept 19, IS 17, 9 LLOYD I FLAGG. MsyQ,1&1. 45 !l February 2e. 1549. 33 em I Q'iincy' Juac 'T 1.2, 1947. lj January 2 14I.


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