The Floridian
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Title: The Floridian
Uniform Title: Floridian (Tallahassee, Fla. 1831)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 54 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Wm. Wilson
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla.
Creation Date: May 6, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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be rt* best 'butb a tertian vwl
.( ,10rod _a silken gown. ,
tr gaB MM bt told of the ctirfi who sold
- Their lint** to cmh and kill, I
It ifi.eter* word be.nnj or heard f"
.. (J{ the" wM ftIItp and till ? BY SIBLEY DYKE.TALLAIllSSEE FLORIDA "
ofI. tftr in ihcnfc t. the etordr thr'oogy.dfan & SATURDAY MAY 6 1848. ,
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). be for th'w the TKC kin,..Kiwo'who hare or ThE no:crown SJIL! pulous tradesman latigbed (in-bi-J1"e; ; ; ndkt'pt touches, he met a friend. As they passed, .biin- Tfif- H'atMnfton Union.- t ;
'* tinj his
'I customer. Baker I g
Bat the blue sky over their head saidThat's THE PRpVlSO, QUESTION.In One
jfcver Sultan or Dy k.d such power a* they Having withdrawn his support from Leon. an elegant house. It has been built to his \
. Ttf withhold or to offer bread. nard!, it was the candid opinion of Mr. Baker, since I was in this neighborhood.' the political aspect of the present mo.. chased a : ;

#. hood ships ma'. bold both* silver >Dd gold, that he was' going to the dpgs,'as he express.ed 1 Yes, it is a very fine house, and I suppose ment ble there is, perhaps, nothing so remarka.. with I t i
. the almost
. Tin wealth of a distant strand ; it, about as fast as a man could go. He didn't cost less than ten thousand dollars.' as (entire disappearance, in the for : ,
., jut ship would rot, and the valued not, often passed the shop, but rarely saw a cus. 'No, I should think not. Who built it ? democratic ranks of the once threatening ex. was
there none to till the land citement the ,,
Were on subject of the Proviso; in the
The wildest health, and the wildest brake, tomer. Do you know ? territories. This that : jl '
, Are rich u the richest fleet, 'No wonder,' he would to himself. A Yes. It was built by Leonnard.' day twelve month, chowder ;
say democrats
r ertbev gladden the wild birds when they wake man like him can't and don't deserve 4 By whom ?' Baker ]looked surprised. many good doubted whether, because he came I
Aid iee them food to eat. expect i of a diversify$ opinion on this question
g By old Leonnard. You know him. him ; t
. And with willing& hand,and spade, and plow' custom. any national democratic convention could! be
! Impossible He's not able to build a
The gladdening hourjihall called come. In the eyes of Baker, the very grass seem. house like that.' safely: held-or, indeed, be hrld at all. Nov, portions
J When sell thai ring which with is the Harvest the Home waste land"' now, ed to grow upon the pavement before the door Oh, yes he is, and a half dozen more like the day for the assembling! of the conventions phihious :

Then sing for the kings who have no crown of the declining tradesman. Dust settled it, if i i close upon us, and no one imagines: : that the house and ( t
.. blue o'er their head thickly in his window and the od! sign turnedgra"er necessary. Proviso is have, ;
But the sky Leonnard ?' to :any disturbing or disastrous time her
p Verer Sultan or Dry had such and grayer in the bleaching air. effect upon its deliberations.' The fl
al.-DtlUin he'svortb least dishes ,
Certainly.Vhy, at ,
withhold to offer br .
To or :
.. I paper.REVERANCE to the dogs and wonder Baker has almost A (the
Going no seventy thousand. dollars.' disappeared. mom' national frowning,
p FOR WOMAN. would! say to himself as he went by. He ap. You must be in error.' democracy it is alive only in the State of New I l

4 rr TrwKTiojc.' pcared to take a strange interest in watching 'No.: His daughter is to be married next York ; and there rt lives only in tho lingering Well.

,, !" I ,..Alone I said, from earlier than I know., the gradual decay of the mechanic's fortunes. month to an excellent young man, and this vitality of an old sectional and personal quar. Yes '" ?
lmtDerlPsj in ricL foretbadowingsol the world, One day a mercantile friend said to him- house has been built, and is to be handsomely rel. As an element of practical disunion in "I ;

loved the woman: h* that doth not, lives Do you know any thing about this Leon. furnished, as a marriage present.' the democratic party; of the country, the Pro. ed it. I
A drowaiD, life, besotted iu sweet self.OrpiMi nard ?' \"i.o !bU not even {4he force of :
in sad erperience wone than death. : Incredible I thought he was going, or a good or plausible .d it for ( )
Or keeps bit wtng'd affections clipt with crime : 4 Why 7' asked Baker. had gone to the dogs, long ago.' pretenceIi will not do any longer, even thought ; "
Yet was there one thro*horn I loved her one 4 Because he wants to make a pretty large Leonnard !' The friend could not help for a mask It is not to be denied that this to: fry it ;

i'ot learned,save in gracious household 'n's. bill with me.' laughing aloud. He go to the dos,!: He's good result has ben brought!: about, in a large 44 Why, .
; "ot perfect, nay, bat full of tender wants, measure, by the frank and "
4 the last to to the dogs. Oh statesmanlike man. fried. .
5o Angel, but a dearer being, all dipt On time ? one go no -
la Angel instincts, breathing paradise Yes, on the usual credit of six months.' There isn't a man in !his trade who does so ner in which leading statesman of the demo You

laterpreter between the podj and men, Don't sell him. Why, the man is going(to good a business as little show as he makes. cratic party have ,met the question. It is, of knew
Who look'd all native to her place and yet the dogs at rail-road speed.' Good work, good prices and punctuality, are course, attributable in a still greater extent to didn't you
Da tiptoe secm'd to touch upon a sphereToo S' the cardinal virtues of his establishment and the democratic masses. "
'Indeed 1\Iy
grou to tread,and all mile minds perClrreS"ty'd (
to her from their orbits as they moved '''Yes. I'm looking every day to seo him make all substantial. How in the world could But how stands, this matter with our oppo. you know I ] '
.4ad"girdled her with music. Happy he close up. lie might have done well for he you have taken up such a notion ?' nents ? They have not one candidate fur the it best I

With such a mother! faith in womankindBeats understood his business. But he.'s so unaccommodating 'I don't know, but such has been my impression presidency, with any show of strength in his So
with his blood,and trust in all thing high and I his for long time' replied Baker who t favor, who dares tt take make shoulders
Come easy to him and tho' he trip and: fall. might say, insulting to a ) any position or
Hs shall not blind his soul with clay.'" customers, that he drives the best ones he has felt exceedingly cut down on account of the I any distinct avowal of opinion upon the subject.Mr. deposited I :
away., I used to make large bills with him, mistake he had made and particularly so in Clay tells us that he is opposed to a war have made |
but haven't dealt his view of the house and thou. for the extension of sluer .." ly added to
at shop now for some elegant seventy Up to that
IMJD O !! !1..Jl OJ lU
sand dollars which all have point of he A
time. might belonged i i explicitnrss travels! fearlessly-and 4
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-- -- Ah I vtas not aware of that. I am gladI to his son, in time, if he had not fallen into l up to that point all the world travels with him. ed fish !

t From the Columbia Magazine. I spoke to lOu, for I shouldn't like to lose six such an egregious error about old Leonnard. Beyond; that he does not go. (;1.11. Ta)lor been ono i (

: GOING TO THE DOGS.BY or seven hundred dollars.' Most persons are apt to make mistakes of has not, so far as we know, found; room even you would ]

T. f. AKTUTK. 4 Six or seven hundred 1 Is it possible that this kind, and imagine that because from some I''for the word Proviso," or the topic to which His wife

he wants to buy so recklessly ? Take my advice slight! offence they have withdrawn their custom it i refers, in any one of his numerous letters- a tureen

'I I received jour bill todaJ1: r. Leonnard and don't think of trusting him.' from a man that he must necessarily be. early or recent long or short-save when the chowder. I
Mid a customer, as be entered the shop of a 41 certainly shall not.' going to the dogs.:: !! Probably in the attero1 editor of the "Sj qa1"' t epnnned the oTd General 4 My d

gutter mechanic. When Leonnard ordered the goods, the: stopping subscriptions to newspapers and periodicals into a most premature and injudicious approval please you. {_

4 We are Bending out all our accounts at this merchant declined selling, except fur cash. people are more prone to fall into of one of Jjis political "leaders'*-a 'I-

tetioo' returned the mechanic, bowing. 4 As you please,' returned the mechanic, indifferently this error than in any thing else. A man gets trick which} up tp this day weflare to say, comfited (

41 I wantto pay you.' and went elsewhere> and made his offended about something perhaps, throughsome the General has never forgiven him Of table

Vcrj well, Mr.\ Baker, we're always glad purchase.It error of the clerk, his bill is sent to him General Scott's views upon (his question, nothing have a !

tort money.' happened that :Mr. Leonnard had a vcrj after it has been paid ; or, through the neglect is Known. Among all their candidates. I This was

'But you must throw off somethin Let pretty and very interesting daughter, on whose,! of a carrier, or the purloiniug propensi. who can be said tQ be fairly in the field at this had been I i t f

me tee'-and the customer drew out the bill education the mechanic had bestowed grea!t t ties of news.vending lad!, his paper fails a few moment-wbigs and half Ligs-soldiers! and soon as the :

-4'twenty-seven dollars and forty.six cents.- pains ; and it also happened that Baker had a times, and in high indignation he orders a dis politicians-availables and nonavailables ered a large

Twenty-five will do. There, receipt the bill, son who, in most things, was 'chip of the t continuance. After that he is firmly convinced the great whig party cannot find a single one was a
tad I'll pay you.' old block.' Particularly was he like his father that the paper must go down ; and it he who already has taken, or who now dares to and

If But Leonnard shook his head. in his great love of money ; and scarcely happen to meet with it a few months afterwardby take, any defined pavilion vhalercr, in black length .

'I can't deduct a cent from that bill, :Mr. had he reached his majority, ere he began to, accident, will very likely saWhy }-'.- and white, "under his own hand and pen." a little I

B ker. Every article is charged at our regu. look about him with a careful eye to a good I. '_ i is this thing_alive yet ? I thought it upon the. question o slavery in the new territories tion. :
l price.' matrimonial arrangement, by which plenty of had stopped long ago.' My dear :

'Oh, yes you can. Just make it twenty. money would be secured. Go the world moves on. People arc prone tt I The reason is o \"ious. Just as soon as the ing tone, 'I !] ]

I L n dollars, even money. Here it is.' And Adelaide Leonnard, on account of her think that what they smile on lives, and what L whig candidate shall take any position upon to make a

i| Biker counted out the cash beauty and accomplishments, was much caressed they frown upon is blighted, and must die. that question, he fears that be must lose half ;

[ 'I'm sorry, Mr. Baker, but I cannot afford and mingled freely in society. Young -, --. his party strength. On the ground and doctrine I ly mood \ J?
:; to deduct any thing. If you'd only owed me Baker had met her frequently, and could not THE of the Proviso, the wbigs of the north into a hearty ] |

treaty-fire dollars, your bill would hare been help being struck with hex beauty, intelligence the grave-the grave It buries every- have been, for the last two years, ,figlatingagain.rt his wife Jike."a
sat that amount. I would not hare added ant and grace. error, covers every defect, exittinguishes nee their country's irar. Having paid, as and

< ceth beyond what Is due, nor can 1 take any 'There's a chance for you,' said a friend to ry resentmrnt. From this peaceful bosom L a party, such a price for that doctrine, hey have : :
ins leu than my due. : him, one evening. spring none .but fond regrets and tender recol. certainly cannot nqw relinquish it or compro. and he was ]

Then you won't deduct the odd money ?' In Mijs Leonnard ?l' lections. Who can look down upon the grave mise upon it. Because of tbe same Proviso OThe
41 cannot indeed.' 4 Yes.' even of an enemy, and not feel a compunc. question the whigs of the south were forced, \

Very well.' The manner of the customer She's a charming girl' replied the tious throb that ever he should have warred most reluctantly, to embrace the fatal issue of land ster is told ]
young Herald,
with the handful of earth that lies moul.
ckuged. He was evidently offended. The man. 'I wonder if her father is worth any.thin" poor "no more territory.* To justify this, they, can tainty of
b ill ii i too high by just the sum I asked to bate f9'Pe"ople dering before him ? But the grave of those only plead opposition to the Proviso. They it tbe I
stricken off. But I we ]o\"ed-what a place for meditation! then in
matter it. too to
no can pay so. are no position compromise, or
say A few
'Then you mean to insinuate' said the me. 'Indeed !' There it is we call up the long review, the recede or make terms upon that:. opposition.
dinic, who was an independent sort of a man Yes. They say the old fellow has laid up whole history\ of the truth and gentleness, anda Upon the whole subject! } the whig party- he was on ( ; }

tkat I am cheating you of two dollars and something quite handsome ; and as Adelaideis thousand endearments lavished upon us almost !. now that, by the ratification of the treaty, the He took the i ) ;

fortj-six cents !' his only child she will of course get it all.' unheard in the daily course of intimacy.: "no-territory" dodge has failed themhasnot for a
'I did'nt Then it is we dwell upon the tenderness of the and does have '
say so. 41 was not aware of that. not pretend to any middle conversation I
'But it is that think parting scene-the bed of death, with all its whatever of ,
r plain you so, or you 'It's all so, I believe. ground harmony uniQO.- was from the I f
f wouldn't have asked an abatement. If jou After this,young Baker was exceedingly at. stifled grief-its noiseless attendants-its mute, The northern whigs and the southern whigsare and he asked ,I

eentidered my charges just, you wouldn't dispute tentive to Miss Leonnard, and made perceptible watchful assiduities-the last testimonial of wholly and undeniably at issue with each ster ?
them.' expiring love, the feeble, fluttering feeling.Oh .- other the whole The .
inroads to her heart. He even went so upon subject. significant jrelf I I f
'Oh mind mind we'll how thrilling is the pressure of the hand, of their candidates
never never not far as to licit pretty regularly at her house, I silence proves that Captain
vute words about it. Here's your money,' and was meditating au avowal of his attach. the last fond look of the glaring eye, turning I i! they see! no hope of adjusting or compromising nobly did was he ;
said Mr. Baker; and he added another fire mt'nt. when his father said to him one day- from us even from the tbreshhold existence ; i their differences. at
soU&r!bill to the sum he had laid down. The 4 What young lady was that I saw with you in the faint, faltering accent struggling in deathto I How and whether the whig convention at Did he !

: mechanic receipted the account, and gave the the street yesterday afternoon ?' give once more assurance affection. Ay, Philadelphia will find an expedient to surmount j
citoge both of which his customer thrust into Her name is Leonnard.' go to the graves of buried love and meditate this difficulty, yet remain to be seen. None ster.'Oh

I kk pocket with a petulent air, and then turned The daughter of old Leonnard in There settle your account with thy conscience, has yet been tuggcsled, and it is about time Daniel.,'lei ;
away, and left the shop without another word. street !' of past endearments unregarded of that depart. that the suggestion should come. Political
It's the last bill he crer has against me' Yes, sir.' ed being, who never can return to be soothed decorum requires that even the whigs should And what .

muttered Baker himself as he walked away.Ithsi's \Zr. Baker looked grave, and shook his l by contrition. If thou art a child, and hast not wheel into a new party position too suddenly Webster. ]
i his manner treating customers, head. ever added a sorrow to the soul, or a furrow to Why,

; kell_soon go to the dog He was downright Do know thing about her ?'asked the brow of an affectionate parent ; if thou man, sir-I
you -
intuiting, and no gentleman will stand! tha t the art a husband, and hast ever caused the bosom (ten ; yes, sir,
i son. Salaries of the Royal Family of England, dead while
that ventured its whole ,
from mother much less from ,. happiness in thy arms,
if a vulgar me 4 Nothing about her, but I know that her JfC.-The following are the annual sums allowed !. Well '
chtnic. :Mean to insinuate !' Humph to doubt one moment of thy truth ; if thou art '
father is the fast
going to dogs as as ever a the
f L from public to her Majesty of
Yes, I did mean to insinuate !l' And Mr. Baker ,, man went.' a friend and hast wronged by thought, byword money came
t iho different branches of the royal and 4DanieId
1 family, !
deed the that
involuntarily his 'lIe'llose or spirit generously con.
quickened pace. Indeed I he well oft''Oh
thought was of
very for the the royal household officers '
support or
fided in thee if thou lover
oae good customer he continued to him. ; a hast
no! I've been looking to see his I of state :- about
&fIt 4I're paid him deal of I given one unmerited pang to the true heart yer
a great mone\ shop shut or to hear of his being sold out by her
up The Queen, Majesty's private
but that lies cold and still beneath purse
it's the last dollar of mine he ever handles. the sheriff; every day for these two years past.' I thy feet, besides Buckingham Palace, Sr. Jarnes' Pal. The Rich ..
then be that unkind look .
Baker was as good as his word. He with sure every ungracious merchant
;Miss Leonnard is :
a lovely girl.
and the
irew! very t word ace, Windsor Castle, Royal Pavilion! ,
his custom from the every ungentle action will come
mechanic '
offending She's the of recently
daughter a poor, vulgar me I back Brighton, -69,006 ; salaries of the great
lad thronging and
thy knock.
it another. upon memory,
rye to chanic. If ou ue anything so lovely in that don. He had
> officers of the royal household! and officers of
soul I
'I re of old & ing dolefully at thy ; then be sure that ble
got one your cUlt rs, Leon Henry, jou have a strange taste. state, and of the establishment of the various rate, a
thou wilt lie down
Bird, said a friend in ho same business to)t There is no gainsaying Adelaide's sorrowing repentanton of in his house. :
personal departments th0 household including re.
tb. the and utter the unheard
mechanic, some six or eight months after attractions,' replied the eon, but if hrfather and grave the tear-bitter groan, tired and supcranuated allowances to old with work

wirds., is in the condition you allege, that set. unheard pour and unavailing. because servants in those departments JC131,290: ; that with so ;
AbJwhoisitV'Baker! ties the matter as for as she and I are' concern- unavailing.The expenses of the household in the departments a glass of .

ed. I am glad you introduced the subject, forI Grate / Am."-Who can doubt that of the Lord Chamberlain, Lord Steward. compassionate .
Leonnard shrugged his shoulders.' I might have committed myself and when too I Mr. Clay considers himself the great I am" Master of the Horse, andliatrcu: of the Robes, ale, but the
came you to lose him late, discovered my error.' of the Whig parly-the first rwr8on"on the JC:17: ,500 ; royal bounties and charities and on his return,

C I'll Well tell bowl''If you how you can keep him.' 'And a sad error it would have been, lien.ry. Hit of Whig candidates for the Presidency ?- I special service,
In any future matter this kind, I hope 611." me" and my" is the tune sung more 500 ; unappropriated money, ..:9040 ; total poor man
jour amounts to thirty dollars, makeI you will be perfectly frank with me. I havea than seventy limes in his remarkable letter .:470,000. His Royal! Highness Prince Albert great an

thirty-three of the and a items.few odd rents, by increas. much more accurate knowledge of the con. 44 To Ihe Public." Take as a specimen the consort of bcrj, ;Majesty\ being his privy prison. The
iaj some He will
knocked off which want this I dition and standing of people than you can following paragraph : I purse for secret services and other officers, before the : ;
toplus ;
L. you can afford to I possibly have.' Since .MY return home / have anxiously .40,000, Ernest, buke of Cumberland nowKing was
: then( him.lie will' pay it, and think you just thebUa t The! son promised to do as his father with deliberated upon .J/1 duty to J/l'self, to MY of Hanover, with Kew Palace! .c 21,. ling ; but the

or ed. From that time the visits to Miss t Leon. principles to MY friend, and above all to 000 ; his Royal Highness the Duke) of Cambridge to; render to
'Y !lost thee because
OQ him you' wouldn'tLbale I nard were abated, and his attentions to her, Jlcountry. The conflict between unaffected I .21,000: ; Prince George of Cambridge pay .fO.;: as a 1'

S I did any' thing from a true bill ? when they met in society, became coldly for. desire to continue in private life, as .6,000: ; Princess' i Augusta Caroline, out a license

Thank mal.! The sweet young girl, whoso feelings most congenial to MY feelings and condition, his sister; married June 23: H44, to his Roj al former of the )
*: tw you. But suppose my bill should! I had really been interested, felt tho change, and MY wish faithfully to perform all .MY Highness l'redricVillitnt, Hereditary Grand lum.

I I couldn't aty.tlx, or seven, or eight ; what then ? and was, for a time, unhappy ; but in a few public duties, bas been painful and embarras Duke of Mecklenburgh Strelitz, ;:;,OOO ; her A ( : :
knock off the odd dollars for the
p PBrposo months she recovered herself and was againas sing. If I refuse the use of .MY name, and Royal! Highness Mary, Duchess Gloucester, gentlemen, is
'No. making an even cum. bright and cheerful as usual. those injurious consequences should ensue relict of tbe ]late Iuke of Gloucester, J.:13: ,. killed. The

fw above la that case' you must add on until I Time: went steadily on, sleeping down one which have been so confidently predicted by 000 ; her (Royal Ifigbness Princess Sophia : er. Murder i (

,And Ket thirty. and setting up another, and still old Leonnard MY friends I should justly incur the re. with Greenwich Palace and Park, .13,000: ;; as murder I !
'*... fall back to flat ? didn't go to the dogs, much'to' the surprise of preaches of MY own heart ; and if on the t the trustees of his Majesty Leopold, King of r which >
1 I".which It trill be knocking off the odd dolonet. Baker, who could not imagine how the me. contrary, should assent to the use of MY t lha Belgians as widower of her late Royal law. You ",

'Thatw.Dld be will think clear gain.' cbanic kept his head above water after having: name, whatever the result may be, I shall escape Highness Princess Charlotte, daughter of I one thing and (

a Haz.nr. hardly be I driven away his best customers, as he must both. I have therefore finally decidedto George the IV, with Claremont Palace, .1.)0:: ,. fore, if it is not

c But you roust' do it or low his long since have done, if all were treated be leave to tbe National Convention, which 000 ; her Majesty delaide, the Queen Dowager der. I i t
4 I a11ltay.day or other. had been. But he was satisfied of one thing, is In assemble next June, the consideration of rrlict of King: William IV, besides thc case. One )

p ose. 1f to accommodate biro, I sup. at least, and that was, that (he mechanic must .1fJ' name," &c. Royal Manor and ;Palace of Hampton Court, another ; that
Oti -wW,. cheated it can't be helped.' be miserably poor, as be, i ia fact, deserved to 441 am"now the candidate-I have spoken the Park and domains of Bushby, and also men I think )

trade.th.e7 g biD that Baker paid to bilabatement be, according to his idea of the matter. it ; and wb nope .ifYmouth, let no dog Marlborough, House in Pall Mall two parks I Murder, I say,

.:dolir s. u. he obtained &D of One day, about a year after his timely cau- baik., -Richmond Enq. and three royal palaces, .100,000; her Royal'1 father is called
*inely cents, 'odd money, but ion to his son in regard to Miss Leonnard Highness the Duchess of Kent mother of her r cide ira man ;

:rn P.* Itrre dollars more than was Baker happened to pass alojig a street where The Duke Wellington is said to have Majesty with Frpgmore Lodge, Windsor make up your

i- ._-;.. thj W. ke 4was very well satisfied, he had. not been for some months. Just op. received in salaries upwards of nine millions 32,000 ; the Duchess of Inverness relict of der is, and I

he baa m* a saving or one posite a large, new and beautiful house, to I or dollars, aid now rcctires about $60,000 hit late Royal Highness the Duke of Sussex, I repeal :

ninety Mnt The not. orer sera which the painters wrre ''giving their last: 'r arlr. J;I 10,000 per anntroi", with Kensington Palace upon ft, if lot Indfr1 tr PbiJoer' Sor.I S

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.1.1i J'. \.?.* Fr.", tv.V' T.-Cbortfr fid KnjwrerCASSIUS foundation"of|be wh.lecnte.". You "chin- .tiIm"U'r I'tH'*Journaltf.f ('o."c. lection LordsLip and expressed iebe1li n.the At sincere the tame desire of both whicb-laa of th. goternownts. This to o tafea ..I ul "-"

v CL. TO HENRY CLAY gad front. The WhIgs of the North were ARRIVAL OF THE
j' M. \ hss&t lu! attacked These
o-t. derating plague .our
Clarendon especial.ly my
f'' contend ACADI hiscol'eagues aid Lord & a upon
left .J
I:!;I.; t\ $.:. XK YOE, ApriMS: 1919. disgusted. They had nothing We to FIVE D.YS L.'T EROPJ 'lo listen to. and to apply' a rem. I..,.the Empire ofAlria, and the kingdom referred: to by yog J U 1 a
Tor. The baitle lost. our country's cmp'.lnta
... ,j i'oi''w' : ', Hon. HETOY Ct.w : wounds |fn f.1 paid your The British mail steamer ,Arcadia arriYd edyjir an alleviation to aoydlttrewei or evils oPu.and loday/ln its blind fury, men. llcationj, wrUea or Yr, ("pr h

:.1: ;:' S.. :-In she Tribune cf; this morning I Ii debts, we condoled your: with person.you in your rtirf. at Boston yesterday. 1'hf following interest which may exist. The accounts from Irelandare aC W which God .confided to differing any i..lla pan1ctj -
Heaven forbid that this should is here written
i .: ,1," t fioJ a letter dated Asliland, April lU.h, J 1848 men! once more, and railed inonumen'slojoni ing and important intelligence ,a communi.! hiore menacing than ever. The student urcare. But ar U'DdIOr" .

:I4 r :-. over root signature. The letter is aJdn-MeJ Oric more the excesses of the De. cated to us on Sunday eiening by telegraph in Trinity College are arming in defence of'be. I d Do know bal&la wrt

.,1.. ..,L I presume, to the American people. If I did memory mocratic party began to exhibit themselves.The The general' commotion on the continent 01 the Gore yment, and the members of the Faithful to tbe examplehandeddowu from on subject of DaloDa politics. I.

4 : ; ,' :r;' ''t.: nut know you well, the intervening spare cf ,unconstitutional' annexation of Texas, and Europe has gone on increasing. The intelligence Royal 1 Dublin Society are following exam- our ance.ton baring first invoked the aid cf engage in no Ihf 1 cwaiiaatka,:

r; '/4 I I .', three days only between: its date and its arrival the PUhi i Jenlial war, began lu .tir the souli of respecting insurrection .in.Lombar pie. Additional troops bare arrived from the Omnipotent, we are ready to encounterour iatrigues. If the Anrll people L%, !

i ..; I' ,';;;::.i: here, would lead me suspect} it* authenti in.iigr.mit !rtemen. Seeing that we were ina d) has een confirmed, with ,the "further important En hnd. The Repealers! in the city are enemies from whatever side they may confidence In me they ought DO to civ***

I; 'l : ::.'., city. If jour determination to allow your ninoii.y, and without sympathies' of the featuie that the KiQg of Sardinia, ai equally energetic, and are waimly supportedthroughout present themselves, anJ without bow sparing our their suffrages. If they d cot, J know
know well
i' :. : : name to go before the Philadelphia Convention people: -hating experience I but a p le.parlJ the head of 30,000 troops, crossed from tbt the province. At I meeting held own person, wo indissolubly enough believe me decUtTf I
t the hon
: defend
1 t". ,I- ; as a candidate fur the Presidency bad can never hAre tie confidence itf a Republic PieJinoiiles territory Into Lombardy, issuing,, in Kilkenny, four delegates had been appoint. united is our holy country, to shall be content. I am to old a xJdicr,

1c. :" :,. been in accordance merely with your wulie during a war-our leaders as he passed the frontiers, formal declarations ed I ty the Counci of 300, admittedly in defi.ance or of the Russia name and the in\iollLitl murmur against such high autboriiy. 1
ragtng rise Whig
.. ow" !. and individual! l judgment I should bare kept voted supplies, and llio Whigs turned out to the of war agiinst Austria, und marched direct to of The mayor and three mag. ofour territory, We are con\inctd eYe TAYLIR.-

"J" a respectful silence. But *s your deiermina- war, and once more we steadily brought our. Milan. The Austrians, defeated at every istrates are the delegates chosen. I was re. ery Russian, that every one of our faihfllub. To Capt J. S. ALLISOX

..,' linn is based upon she mippmi-d inh'ret of the sci e* a minority where you had again point, ft.J as he approached, and j hav. commended at ih s meeting that Council jecls, will resrx>nd with joy to the -.---- -. a. .

t :: Whig party, I shall venture, unatked. to add left us,uji f'u1f mijurily. ThI administration successively been driven from Parma and should assemble nt Liverpool, in order to keep sovereign. Our ancient war cry, for our faith., THE

: "' :'" nt) cpiuiou to that of the numerous \hlgl to bad all the r u of the baa of honor, Pornowcia, and Dt't'nzno, endeavored to within the limits prescribed by tho Conven. our soveicign and our country, will once again FLORIDIAN
responsibility lead in the of and ---
: whom refer. When Ilea y"'u that royalty establish themselves on the Mincio. tion'act. us on path victory,
jour men, anJ IJ the our Wuig generals .
J'V : hears the truth will think money ) "ar Dublin will he (hen with sentiments of hum Lie, as now with
that placed
t ; rarely you not reaped all th glory. Th success ot The Italian Duchies hare burst out into Il was expected ---

t 4 ',': .::. '" douU, that I repeat a \ery stale dogma, if not our p.uty was certain. The public, with a open insurrection. Modena and Parmare undtr the operation of the recent arms act, feelings of holy hope, we will all cry with 0

.- .. altogether out of place ia a republic.! Uutiieie
.: ,I in republics} well in of which extensively ye people, and submit, for God is on our -
.. are parasites as as looked to our mm: ; a ann whit growing to dying daily since ISih Jantriry, are being so purchased DEMOCRATIC

: .. ; : dr.poti,ms, audcf lbo>e you hate M vi'iy Iii" great (for the at Washington, was letito 1793, now just half century whew the Auv, uill be required to be given up. The provinces side. OJJATds

:: :. era! portion just now. \Vurc: I to claim to be perish \vih; powers a hkud.lil of men before twenty lrixnslO"k powssion ol that city by tirlue of especially in ih" south of Ireland, ap. Given at St. Petersburgh, the 14th March, in
FOR oo VCR no a or *
', '. personal friend, I might better, perhaps the Formu shows signsof to Dublin in the violence of tho the year Grace 1943, and the 23J of our
your thouand troops in the enemy's. country lint treatyofCamnjto again pea GEN. WILLIAM
: but as I hive tie ei and intimidation used by the repealparty Reign.A .
| ; accomplish my purposes ; Zachary Taylor was not the man to die, loaacommodate life. BA
avowed of Feutunents wlnUt in real. disor. and indeed it is openly' letter in the S.\eic r Zcilung" of roR coitcau*
.. ',. one cas either President Polk or his ally In Austria Proper, everything seems thp press ant
: .. ly holding another, I tell jou frankly that, al- Santa Anna The battle ofBuena Vista fit. ganized, ali! ami.kt the chaotic confusion declared by many of I he journals that a repealoftho the 23d ult., reports of the WILLIA ._DUVAL.

4 though from my earliest youth 1 had been ed General' Taylor in the hearts of the peo. which prevailed, i i is quite impossible to fix Union wiil no longer suffice lo satisfy concentration of a large army of Russian. FOR

: something more than a coM admirer of yourself pie' f Neither you, nor the of the hourly changing fc.'ne.. It is anticpled their alleged grievances but that the creation troops cos. to the frontier of Upper and Low.er GEORGE R..aIIIDZJTJ FAIRBANKS KLXCTORf:
wire.wfrkr consist of ,
0 '
: BO when you started, on the 14th of Au. party: nor the President, can cau c or his that the Austrian General, RadibkJ i iafrnul (f I Republican now alone remedy the evil They chiefly Cosack CHARLES H. DUPOXT. Of&
I v to the Virginia Springs, .. which the It and Circlsians. The same paper alsl con. Of .
r gust, leaving your fiiendi to surrender!" The honest old soldier to cuter Mantua for under country groans. JOHN MILTON
friends and to murder me in .sick the the of M. Lamartineto firms the rumors current of disturbances in OfJachtm
( family! my was geneiou enough to give a Iarting will compelled to capitulate upon appearance seen by judicious reply C
bed for those which the is said Irish that the French Re. the Russian part of Poland, especially War
.. I vindicating principles you compliment to your name, hy saying he. would of S.udiuial troops. I time deputation, Sale of

p t :, bad taught me, in your spetckes, at least, I have preferred you to himself to lead m on that a disposable: 'force will be shortly at the public is not disposed at present to run the saw. In mother column will Pint band a brief

ceased to he your friend, and became, by the In the battle. You have taken him command of Albert, of not less than risk of a rupture with Great Britain. The POLAND.-Prince Adam Czartoryski: and sale .(Greta b ictietw
once more Cbart a House Plants,to take plies is .
: of nature Whal will all demonstration of the Chartists, which other l leaders of the last Polish Revolution, Qit(
.' necessity my your enemy. at his word Immediately your fiends of the 200,000 ; an army not only great cr, on Wednesday, tbe 17th irulsot. IN
I bhall to then, will bare the liberated but be w.isto ofTin London the 10th inst. were at Cologne on the 26th, on their way to lo 't
say you now, "secret circular, under the pretence of being Lombardy b Autria may come on of the Presbyterian Church. V7. are intgr
1 f -, because wiii that ii the Sa. has been forbidden the Poland. The correspondent of the Morning |
more weight, \ou see the friends of General Taylor, stab Iir to ihrea'ened f'en at gnteg Vienna. by English go'ern.m"n' there are over one hundred varieties, aU !
from honest il not declared itself Swit. All the for the Chronicle describes an enthusiastic but dig. tlll.
unprejudiced has In
1 al the \itali. Tltl, sharp sighted patriots It) md Republic. arrargernents procession tion ofm lady of taste in such matters.
.: man : whilst I shall attempt lo ditest 1113sell not that Ge,,. Taylor was riot the choice of \0) a stiict neutrality seems to bo aimed were going on satisfactorily, the carriage nifiad public reception given to the Prince by be a rare chance for those demons 1i tl

I I r, of tbe iudiiiJual and speak as tbe member of the Whig*-that this willingness of the grateful at, and the levying oftroops discountenanced for; conveying the petition and banners, insig tho and ganison of Aix la-Chap- their gardens: &c., with choice flower 0 MJi

.. j \ a great party. )mtas, of the people was all a sham affair : by the Vororl. All the countries on the nia. &c., decided on, when Sir V. Grey an elle. The Colonel oldie Landwehr was the

: ,., t' I shall then lake up your letter in its proper in a word, that you would reluctantly consent right bank of thp Rhine hive been \iolentlj nounced to Parliament on the 6>h inst. the spokesman ; ho expressed bis pride and the The May &.

.I".. order. In saying that you had a strong dis- to run again 1 am a plain spoken j man, sir ; convulsed. At Baden: \rurpmtcrg, and Sat- determination government not to allow either happiness of all at meeting the Polish veteranon We acknowledge ourselves indebted cormpca-

; inlination to the U3t of i.ij [your] name in I I know these men, they would not on}*, liberal governments have been conceded the assemblage or procession to take place.A Prussian ground-he (hen embraced tbe dents, for graphic and well written d ,
conaection with that lead lel you a few hours after, Prince in tbe name of the whole! Prussian ar the rpO e
courtesy May
ofcf \ ventured to take, this step vilhout to the people. proclamation appeared party on Tuesday evening last.
to confine myself remark that yorCnscn the all! to attend the meeting.The my. The people Cologne and the author.
me you It is true this is not fair play II In Hanover triumph popular feeling forbidding persons

2 ., ;. deceive jouikell- but no one else So coon looks to me like political assassination Nor has been complete.In course pursued by the Government has ities manifested the greatest delight at the Late from Europe.

4' : a you were defeated in the last election, a it LI' cured' ) in the eyes of all which our Prussia after the bloody scenes which not bnly increased the former general excitemunt sight of him, and the authorities placed a la another column "i be found brief telegraphic

4 : committee of your friends from Frankfort \\'i in Fiankfnrt: -in Baltic ore-in Cincinnati took place in Berlin, I he King has put himsel but called forth the remonstrances of gad of honor at his hotel. He issued an account, brought by the steamship Jtmeritt, J

". wailed upon you and condoled with you on -:ami in New York, have ventured at the head of(he German ,' even that portion of the press hostile (to chartisrn.t 's claiming Poland to be free, unprivileged European affairs. It will b seen that the

: iliai u..I...!..:'j- .....!. Y.MI. .Doiided in a rtint the fiiends of and the promised extensive constitutional reforms. At I Tho effect produced on the Chartists and democratic, and departed for Posen. Chartist demonstration in Londoa passed p,.
Taylor liberty
a quieI
: ol
manner that led) moalntosl with the power of he has into has been hare been The same writer says that in tbe journey by The accounts are
of speech. The verdict of a Juij against >Ilr fame time plunged headlong a themselves as might an. s meagre howerer that I jet

.. certainly, to romatk to some friends that Ilon- )our son lately in Kentucky, ought to leach dispute with the Daues, Y&pectht1io long licjjattda determination to carry out their the railway, processions to the churches were but little can b known of what has lrulpire fines

ry Ca\! is a candidate ag.n for' the Presidency. you and them, that we ate not )et sl.ires even con'estedaflairof the Duchies of lol tcin and object more ardor than before. At the noticed in all parts of the country. the sailing of the Acadia. : but enough is kiewi t.

r TiMe attests my sagacity. to Henry Clay.It Schlusu ig, jrhich by force he seems determined first meeting of thp Convention held after the The whole of the persons employed on the satisfy us that E'glnd ;still goTernrdby a Quo,,

So strong was my convict that 3-0-1 would detach Denmark. On the of the unanimous railway were armed with swords and muskets.It Of the Chartists: whose
i is !trite : this is in you deep ingratitude to frln issuing proclamation, an increments in the
he a candidate: when Il'lcnH'Ie read in the IILt other }hand he it the Autocratof resolution, that the and is stated in the Brcslau Gazette, that 150 critical state of affairs pt
fo Gen. Taylor ; hut you are but playing out exasperating was come to, meeting English are watched.i. M
p. Cornrnion: of the Whig friends o'GeneralTalor" I i! pna life-long game: ; for when did ever Henry [Russia to the highest bounds of passion, by procession should take place despite the 000 Russians are already concentrated on much interest and anxiety, we find a brief history in
in tbe State House Tiauk'brl' fiom the Polish frontierundcrlhecommandofPrincePaskiewitch
at | Clay spare an .emy or a -friend I congratulate encouraging the Poles to erect an indcpeml.nlIo'ernmlnl threat of the Government. Every delegate one ofour exchanges. They hare been ia existeoct,
the Hon. J. J. Ciittendcn, Hon. Charles S.Mon'head in the of POlen. All Si. and declared: his determination ; it is also! reported that 30,000
I you upon your tletcMiniimlion at last Duchy present firmly cooly a an organized party, for about ten year A peti.lion .

and Hen. J. P. Gaines, begging UKnut to denftlc'e the Native American party, to I.sil, Brtslau and even Lithuania appear to to risk his life in the contemplated demonstration have suddenly been called to the came frontier ( was drawn up by some of the most pmniar&t
to no.ninate Gen. and thus from the Caucasus.LETTER .
Taylor, push whom you wrote encouraging letters during be in an alarming state of contusion! ; it is and a general belief was ex I leaders of the radical or democratic party,called tit

: you from( the track home, and retire saying from that the you would the last canvas ; and which they were kind rumored that 50,00 Cossacks have suddenly pressed that their constituents would emulate FROM GEN. TAYLOR. P (p1', C4arlcr. I was signed by nearly tint

in on the your return of the thousand there cau tags., enough to suppiecs ; you can do to with im. appeared at Tilsit, and in the state of excite. the example thus set them, by holding simul. million persons, and presented to the Parliament,I

I presence and declared that; assembled Ire. piinity The Native American party is dead mcnt in whirh the Emperor is at the moment, taneous meetings in their several localities.On BATOX ROUGE, April 22, 1848. House of Commons, where i was rejected,receiving

specteJ rose these up gentlemen, I bad although not the least Hut whether: the memory] of tha Irish and should the King of PrussIa waver, the consequences the same day, resolutions calling those Dear Sir-My opinions have recently: been only 46 rates out of 64S. This charter embraces lit

that ou would iu tru h withdraw. other foreigners still be as easy in forgetting may 1x3. serious. meetings, and for the issuing of a counter-proc-J so often misconceived and misrepresented, following principles

confJeDct )sagacity.' After had a wrong a you are in nut remembering n favor The Emperor himself vigorous and de- lamation: were at once agreed The members that I deem it due to myself if not to my 1st. L'niierial Svffa-age-By which a Etib.
ate$11 my you gone remains t fo, be seen Space compels me cided ; he is said to hare ordered every man in the procession are not to carry arms. friends to make brief of them men of 21 years and upwards, of sane u
New York and : chosen the a exposition
delegates to up.
oil to pass over the long roll of your self-advo in Russia Poland, between the age of 18 and Mr. O'Connor made 1 suggestion to the the which bare called who chaaden are unstained by crime, art lo b
National Convention whilst tbe on topics to you at. considered as
and it was again asserted you that were Ciy8gust cacy and confine myself to two specifications.You 35, to be removed into the interior of Russia. meeting which possesses some significance at tention. my 2d Vote by wotns Billot Secret rotingby tKket

decline return home I said you seem to think that Ohio will not go for Russia is concentrating a vast army in Southern the present time. It was, that they should I bare consented to the use of my namesas .V, Property QuaIifrtti.n.-%] persons -
I on your no, you any one residing in the Slave States" but Russia, which we should deem sufficient recommend to their constituents the withdraw. candidate for tbe I bare baring no property may b elected to terre is
refu.ed to to New York last a
go summer, you you ; and that New York would more certainly to crush any attempt to erect a Republic in al of al monies from the savings bank, in avowed Presdency. fitnessfor th JoaN of Common*.
would unless own .
not hare now bad de. frankly my disrst my Brobentett
..'..rj termined to run gone for the Presidency.you. Time bestow her vote on you than any other candidate that division of the empire. The Emperorhas order a much as possible to derange the financial that high station ; but having, at she solicitation elere.nnl1er..mU1iamlTe

I ." issued a manifesto. In Denmark no ac. operations gorernment, a the of of Payment of to paid
countrymen, taken .mtMembel b
.t. attests! the truth of the You gOS many my
prediction. say tual hostilities have taken place in regardto invested in these institutions for their serried .
yet sum
Ohio for the candidate I do feel whie Palament.61h.
went not at
S that friends that the withdrawal you by \'e&l.-rn reserve my position a a .
your represent the Duchies which hare declared their independence 2OOOOOO, and belong almost entirely to Equal Rtprt.mt ti.-Distrcs to b r
name would their rote, which I assisted in getting you, because liberty to surrender that position until my according tbe .
my fotallo presented
0 b but the Danes preparing their he middle and lower whom large t
are ( a
in declaiming friends manifest wish that I should retire
\\eretuspectcdoftrutk, a
If case An American would think that demands
they so speak to'lou. they speak jwt
'UCCt.S. fleet for offensive and defensive i is little doubt 1
operations, arc ,
I had much from it. I will then most do
difll-rent language I have been I against Slavery too respect gladly so.- and fair would
a ,
elewLere. for talent and a it is in excellent condition, would inflict to use Mr. O'Connor's own words, that if the I hare to at once b concee by a pI.
to would
lLatycu again no accomplish, no .
told that all the Congress from your suppose private purposes whose is, that it is enlightened nation
incalculable the Prussian would withdraw their from but th mol
injury on commerce people savings
the No to build no enemies to
our own State but one told you tbat you could atempt same sbaloW game your party projects up pun. on earth."
if actual takes There is these banks would attack
war place. they more effectually -
Janusfaced deceh'eno ish to but .
Dot be eiecedand divers I Icou'd Lexington, -nothing serve my country.I The
that oiLer"bor Charter at the time of its recent prestota
corresponding hesitation on both sides as to the than if they made a di.
the Besides government have been often add letter
name told the But ifthese longer blndest" very reled by tion .
.4 you same thing. ,wu signed by between 5 and 6.000,000peopis.This
\110 shall strike the first blow. Hanover is rect attack the horse guards. The
if the free not lako when gor. and opinions bare been asked almost
l he untrue allow you, my upon
to rorth
rfpors ma you staled in the House of Commons on 6ta
lel the and slace preparing an army to march in favor of the eminent has seemingly determined on bring. that might occur to the writ tb
question was Clay question
that 1 bare beard almost i territory, every
; universally yaur n by Mr. Feigns O'Connor,one of the advocates
German side of issue and bodies of -pri
to large
would defeat. In that will they take the issue which you covertlytender tie quarrel. ing matters an ers affecting the interests of their country
name bring a
again us for the reforms demanded the Chartists.
I them and In Belgium, a! to overthrew the. cavalry, infantry and artillery! ,hare been drafted their I have not always bj
? opinion I concur, and I give you my rea. Clay jo FREE TERRITORY ? !attempts i or par respondedto
wi to disturbances have into the that it is
government or create Metropolis, so computed
these inquiries, for various reasons.
sons. Because I am guiltless and With regard to New York seem Taylor and Clay.
you strange.
mJseif failed. Belgium and Holland that the force in the cannot he less than
are comparatively city I confess, whilst I bare cardinal
because of the bad taste of the will ly to have forgotten the fact that the Whigmembers great principles Quite the mostremarkablecontet which hasbtea
It is that the Turki The Times
; tranquil. reported 10,000 men. European sa5 which will regulate political lite I
., :. not urge objections to your private character.Neither of the legislature have declared that my witnessed in Ibis for is that
i iih under the influence of the it is to how this matter country many years
not conjecture
familiar with all the
government possible not sufficiently min.
will I of ill luck the State will for other "
press your prestige go any Whig. to low carried on between the friends of these tee
Russian Ambassador, refuses to acknowledge may terminate, hut our earnest hope is that ute details political legislation to give solemn
: in saying tbat all the measures which j I close the mouth of here 0Th
you your partizans gentlemen. equals in bitterness and hot bloci
{ the French have
the enough to keepout I
republic. Additional precautions people may prudence to influence if I Presi.
pledges ex.ert were
bare urged the people, ILa Mistouii city election of a Democratic Mayor in New my
upon except I that has taken between the
j place two
have been taken in France to the ofevil and the ministry sufficient good any
keep secure ,
dent, to out this or defeat that measure.I .
compromise, bare been erased from the I York, whilst friends the election carry
your put parties, and democratic. The
upon .
S r', of Abd el-Kader. to concede to the penpe! all reforms whig principles
person sense bare no concealment. I hold no o
tfatuie: Ikiok. For we lament in tl.e popularity here, demonstrates that opinion
; ,
; your your A violent emeute took at Madrid which be compatible with the onward the whig party Are 1 important very essential If
place on 1
may which I would not readily to
fall of the tariff the bank, and internal is indeed "all powerful" to proclaim myas.
name change a the evening of the 26th. The people and the march of the times and with the spirit of the sembled but crude the welfare of the nation,that they are in danger t
; provcrneat., under your lead 1 I shall Whig majority into a minority nt least !t I countrymen ; impressionsupon
sacrificed in
im.1 I soldiery fought in the streets from seven in ; British Constitution. being a personal squabble Aa
of which .d.
: ,. myself the question' availability.! I the Whig ply are capable of learning, the until three in the matters policy, may b right rable illuntratioii is Ibis of indifference to men.
t times have we run you and three times you this, they wi read the future I know the evening or tJJ morning SPA-Alempted Rerluion.-.n insurrectiou to-day and wrong to-morrow, are, perhaps, devotion le
and slain both to the interests of the We doibt
j name has brought ui defeat. So son Gen. [ strength party organization, and the des. a considerable were on occurred in on night of not the Lest test of fitness for office. Oiu CCUff

: : W. H. Harrison bad brought u, up a from a I peration of those who have life estates in bides. The cause was said to be a republican 26th ut.! A plan had been formed to overthrow who cannot be trusted without pledges, can. not that whig polican. could prove that the wv
your movement and it between the roses was a war of principle-not a con
miserable minority, where you had left us, 10 person-you may succeed in pushing Webster, was wholly untp cttd.- the Ministry means of an insurrectionary not be confided in merely on account. of thi.
S Courts martial hate been held of the to place or that man in York
on let power o
a large ,majority, you hurried on to Washington and McLean, and Seward, and Corwiii, and many movement, of which it was expected them.
.- but executions Lancaster, the throne. Men sometimes
when Mr. Tyler. under Mr. We'.istcr' Scot and others from the track once more- prisoners no tookplace. Queen the military would have remained passive I Mill proceed, however, now lo respond to upon .rl.
0 Christina said have ll-d. In history to suit their notions might
.. e lead was doing good service In (be country the dagger of your ecret committee and your was lo tb con. spectators. The leaders of the movement your inquiries : party ; so t.
'I Ewttsura the Minister the irhigs. is not that want Cz..ayor Tulsa
and party, and by attempting to force on him pubic inquisitor* may kill off Gen. Taylor, fie was .hot baring subsequently discovered that the troops First.-I reiterate what I hare alien saidI I they .
leg, and a Mr. Whitewell to: be President. This forms no of their tbo'ti.They
and us the obsolete Bank" which he hat jut -but tbe deceiver maybe himself de. English engineer were,determined to countermanded the am a Whig, but not an ultia Whig. If part
killed. On the 27lh tho declared ina desire the of
; purposely slurred in the canvass, you brought ceived Yes, Henry Clay C never be Pres. city wa orders they had given lo the people. The elected I would not be the more President ofa only success whig priDcple
state of has since To who to be hare the
S ident of tbesa States I hare the honor to siege-tranquilitr prevailed latter, .however, who _had been wrought up party. I would endeavor to act independent demorts sure, crt 0
us to a minority f but the *
speedy excited to it is hard understand
an being ignorant to
subscribe erer a Whig, and your obedient ; provinces are to the highest pitch of excitement, declared of party domination. should. feel bound to very
A" long time ago," being too old! to perform mself, alarming degree. M. Olezaga and M. Es- that they were bet raj ed, and that they would administer the Government untrammelled by this i it Ihe cue. They hear Cl1 friends sayir( i i

the duties Senator cossura have both been anested Narraez.hi elect him because he will adm'niftefthe
comparatively light you by u necessary to ,
C. M. CLAY.A fight even without leaders. They according party sebemcs.StcondThe
St 4 .ue the public ifarcicell address,and retired Portugal matters continue tranquil at pre ly assembled about 6 o'clock on the afternoon: veto The government upon the regular, genuine old waif

from public life. The Democratic by sent. power. power platform, while they have no assurance that Tijkr
; .
of 2Gh and barricades
Ihq ( ,
erecting tho Constitution to the Executive lo '
given by
the eicess of its numbers, was at once split Remarlab'e Mteiing.-The following! In Sicily, (the Sicilian Parliament is consti.! which in incredibly will use his efforts to procure the adoption of a al'
notice: American were completed an his veto, is a high conservative .
.." i into widely separated fragments. MessrsCa by an Missionary, of I late luted, and the separation of the Island from short of time. Tbe fighting communced interpose pow.er gle whig measure. On the other band, Ttjlor1'friends

.-- % Calhoun, Van Buren, Tyler, Polk and meeting in CooltantinoJII shows the harrnon- Naples complete. It is generally believed at space 7 o'clock, and continued without ; but in my opinion should never be exercised say it is necessaiy to elect him because I*
izin in cases of clear violation of the
S others wcie all pressing their claims with a ;! ( : that the King ofNapks has altogether abdicated intermission until 3 o'clock, A. when except will not bother himself about this sacred platters
Think of 1. Constitution, or manifest haste and want of
bitterness before unknown to the a great union meeting, consisting .
which is with
his worn-cat
pay.4 rights O'er Sicily. the military: ere successful at all points, anda up rbi .but.il
consideration Indeed I bare
by Congress' ,
6 Whom the gods wish to destroy, they firstS of Armenians, Jew, American, English, The advices from Athens state that the number do only just that which will secure popularity till
I make mad." determined Scotch, Germans, Catholics and Creeks and insurgents were captured-200 I thought that, for many years past the known
They to bring Texas Greek ministry had Conduriotlihad whig party, whereas Clay will push forward
resigned. civillians and said .
militaiy are to
and wishes of the Executive
,. iuto the Union, avoicedly to break down the al silting dawn together at the table of the accepted the task of (forming a new cabinet.In pnot killed, and a number woun. !. opinions exercised undue and influence Jiave .obsolete" notions, and thereby bring the part.

I power of the free. North, and to nuke this na. rd,-Ungregationalis's! Presbyterians, Lu. France, the wounded in the late revolution ded. An. vat of ihe of injurious upon gain to ruin. Demoral., we say, art to I I'
English name
T C tiou slave The friends of therans, Baptist sMcliiudit8, baptised gentleman the legislative department of the Gus ernment ; I
a empire. liberty Protestant Jewun received in the public hospitals of Paris, Whitwell is said to be among the number of and foMhis cause I hare thought our systemwas I E in these differences any union upon fixed principles.

rallied oue. more, and in spite of your .- \rtpnians. The elfnenl. were was 63S ; namely, 6' ., and distributed by a Jew a German and the in danger undergoing a great change
souri denunci.ation two
constant ,
compromise your these, up to the 19ib, 287 hare been discharged during MisUirbance.: The Madrid Gazette ence than between tweedle-dum and
deacons of the Protestant from its true The personal opinionsof heee-
; of all real action, your Raleigh I Armenian Pray. cured and convalescent and 99 died.: theo' This however their
ani-lal'c of the 27lb ult, contains two decrees, the to must be ut down to 11-
.' offered in.three the happen
crs were may
'I' letter made you, some fatality! our languages, Tuikisb, There now remain 23-246 men and 7 wo. occupy apprehension. can't that black
first the constitution n throughoutthe control the I they sec p
Riijllihhand! Armenia*. Remarks luspending the Extcuth'o chair, ought not to
candidate once more. The Democratic feud all exborations The of the Minister of War white the that wind and an I
department entire monarchy, the second demandingthat the of do. are same, or tf ;
were made in four languages action of Congress upon questions
; \ue at once cured up J by the greater hatred has been very busy since the account came of the insurgents during the bis to be like, it is no fault nf the wLig*. Much lest u it a'
and Turkish. captured preceding mestic nor objections
English, And ; ought
of Mr. Van Buren Armenian hymnswere policy)
Henry Clay. "Ia bad the disturbance at Vienna, and it is said (bat diiciedittd.or .
night shall be forthwith( tried court of constitutional reason why whig intelligence must
', in the tune and at be by where questions b
came ( interposed
ten similar ground with but who sung same
1 .. yourself tho Government has given orders for an army martial. Heraldo the loss of the rebels whig honesty doubted.
settled the
in three different says have been by various de. b
moment, Arme.
6'i cuul uol unite the party, was overthrown, and to be assembled on the eastern frontiers ol exceeds 150 wounded and 30 killed, although power and It being so that one will make u good
Government in
and by weU..Ule
iian German The first
.r. James: 1 K. Pok! substituted. Notwith. EnglsL. tune France, to watch the movements which they partments i.
date has been President the other the
no published. a Whig u
yet the cntyt1
that people.
Old Hundred will be
the claims! of other 1 wa same lhe
standing willnow follow
: Whigs
to in this
expect Lombardy und the rest ol At
to be tried the Council of narrowed down to ot availability.
\ prisoners by a
ill the Millen !lum. There question
I.. restrict niysrll to sayIng eqtmh was no confusion"no Third-Upon the subject of the Tariff the
your were Italy.
are 246. The of War has condemn. lit. CLAY himself com forward.ttprovtthat
". postponed{ who no one now doubts could bare discord. NO one was out of time or out ofune. Alnl-cl-Kader is receive in. Counci currency, the improvement of our great high. stagt .
likely lo
more ruled, tD
ed to 'death 2 of prisoners made on the be alone of tbe k ha*
1.ft :, been elected ; we, the Whig (parly, nil united The harmony was perfect ; while each, dulgencc! from tie Provisional ways, rivers, lakes and harbors, the will of party 1 long reader
governmentthan however
2Gth. The has, pardoned to win the l
ODOU. Wu fought with tie ardor ofbrutber.ho ritb the spirit 4nc the undci standing, and with from of Louis It is said Queen the people a expressed through their Repre. get States enough .lelin. that
: tht hem. Search was made for M. Salamanca, hare his calculations.
4' and with the moral power of a noble he greatest power and might, was singing in that he is be Phip. of sentatives in Congress, ought to be respected seen I..ace adherent*
e palace who has eluded the search made for him. his
the leader should forth to
';k cause. Our success seemed certain. Now his own ton wherein be was born, or with Pau, with his wires and follow rr.l' and carried out by the Executive. step do when dl
The of M. M. and
P4t.:: that which attends which he Is now familiar, the high of arrest Olozagn, Mendiza- Fourth The Mexican War. with confdence. What can an army
core more, by fatality you, praises An immense French obterration is sincerely movement
hal but without foundation.RUSSIA. when this i
was reported, General i i. inactive lAnd
came out ia Gairft letter and disclaim our Go. Th was overpowering. It of rejoice at the prospect of peace. My life ,
you your fcc in the course being formed on l tie whole .-The following has been { I fo
published it necmj'J
made marshal his
I 'I any iympahy with emancipation. It is va* voice of a great multitude, rcd em. line of the Italian frontier, from the Mediterranean at St. and received wish the- bus been devoted to arms, yet I look upon tt orer. bet.heads the otl( .
I true, there .a little inconsistency in this ed out of ; nations, kindred and tongues ; to Switzerland. enthusiasm Petersburg war at all tiles and under all circumstancesas tome movement of the old iP-
had and it many high 1 ke sound of greatest : national be avoided if tide. TAYU>R, secure of hi. availability
: inasmuch as you always arowed just the 'Ibf many The Constitutional a letter dated a calamity, to compa.lible what
hut waters.' ; crowded with luh1.be. MANIFESTO OF THE EMPEROR. national honor. The principles pose, at once take the occasion to give, .Ia.
doctrine with
O'rchap:1a com-
.: opposite ; .lOU wrote to me. Toulon the 25th nit., that a rein of his

.. "IJ o*, Ro Ctutiut," I thought at last, all 1\.icant; and our hearts were filled with forcemcnt of 10,000 men is aste.about to be tent After tbe benefits of a long peace the west ofour Government as well as its true policy tended for a more explicit Itstemet piwiews.

out howeverrju motions too big' for utterance." finds itself this to subjugation of other( nations While his friend are*tlliBfforth
tLiogs come right. 'fhia to the army in Algeria. Europe at moment suddenly are opposed unlike his opponent.P**"

.\ a imaU afTiir; between you and me, and In England and Ireland the greatest excitetnent given; over to perturbations which threaten and the dismemberment ofother countries by nets of his treogth he. t. *

'.: our abolition; fiUnds. But all at once, you Not iy.r-Jmes Fennimore Cooper is exists. Lord John Russell repeated in with ruin and overthrow all legal power and conquett. In the language Washington, that by to employ himself W. in IhapilCIe what be*.**Z

came *uf .In your Alabama letter, when you opinion tbatj a republic will nut be estab. the House of Commons on Monday last, bit the \ybole social system. Insurrection, anarchy .Why should we quite our own to stand on crease that .tr.ngh. publish that our r *d 'dl

!U sbed in France and that the that the whole the of Franco in the Mexican war our say ia ,and beg ..
wo *9t rejfft c permanent acquisition permanently, previous declaration weight offspring lon crossed foreign ,run.

1 t rrlltrj 'account y I temporary institution.!t 2arlits hare pow strong hopes of teeing of'I tbe government should b Applied t tbe the German frontier, and bare spread them- honor has vindicated, amply "idicaed girt it their attention. tl

: ;J TT;U .a4 a very d nwa4r.! It Jty at the Henry V OB the Irons cf his ancestor maintenance of order, and t put down dint selves in e\err direction with an audacity and in dictating the terms of my As we han. Mreloor given 0.iC t

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I w* wail** a* -f. tbtlaJuitt. VIr sca. ;e b sonbiUon in the adaunistrstiojBjBf at- From the Jtotrv Evenvtg Trnttltr, Ja*. 0, 1&t. Sa1eotGreenHoizeFt*.," .s4 1 1A

jfet lOW witb. f.feraic. t*'tbt'other.' Where the We .received from Senator Wfarrcorr theAennaiRaportef But few returns! 0 tin Vraa election which airs to rulf by sentiment and sye10Y.- It !i. perhaps bat an act of jsw'tee to the prrl VARIETY of vaiaabfe ManU wftl U od.esd 9 {

pinions and position of awe leaden owe lOCh bat- ,b Cotnmiaoioaer of the General took place Ot the 27th alt. riyC by the last Women( thy Due[lore; thy ,'I meJw. tOt of Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry fo for sale by aa SMoriatioa of lAd; la Qvfory, "t: f

tle U tbt rsnkf of oar opponents it is needful thmt Land Office,"in refe "eocsj to the mrvey, tale, and maiL So far, b.yer. th returns are favorable to .orecommands and lete is obeyed. Love .rules that our personal experience in the use of this article OQ Wednesday;the 17lh jI..rflfthe..t II |b. 4

democrats ".a14WIotda: ,Ibi' rariow turns of the disposal of the poblk f'I
When ttr..cb keroei M CIAY and TATUM >.a tb. fr. second an|, third quarters for be year both branches a the Legislature. Mr. MAYO Taylor rign sentiment. and of love! What a beautiful proprietors 0 the Traveller was entirely cured of a ; e

1CIOIIe their irtiUtiy upOD etch: other a cn* 1M7.: The report i isj very rolnminoos, embracing whig, .been elected to the House of Dltl"fm moral! All gentlenessadoration, and obedience sever cough nf four months continuance, by the Groceries &-C.in : I'

1 feat t* approaching which will be fruitful of great the la"ty iD the States o Ohio Indianna Illinois, the city o Richmond,over a Clay whig. This "0 happy state when souls together draw of this Balsam; and several of our friends and acquaintance LBS. BACON HAMS. SIDES. a net [

renltt. Tb\q gin rJl the fonner baa hardly uu. .Alauaua.jllichigan. Missouri. Wisconsin is regarded as a victory over the Mill Boy and theM Wbtl; love is liberty and nature law. who have tried tbe article, have foundit I ,000 SHOULDERS.i .

eiboominjU 1 011 ears, when its sound is followed Iowa Loaiaianaj Arkansas and Florida. The terrible BOTTS" I me of policy, 1 honorably pursued bj my of service in relieving them .f severe coughsand (,>, I Ibs. best Leaf Lard
get 3OO Ibs. Carolina
be Ji.cb.rrfrom the battery of the latter. surveys in all them States i progressing aa rapidry accomplished predecessors, has made our ancient of breathing. with which they hare Rice ,'i 'P
by a ry < stated the Owner des Etatt Veils, 20 bbls. St. Lotus Float t
"This letter of Gen.TAYim to Capt. Au.ioir. M as pible In the fifst four, all! the public lands 0J-lt( ; rn tptrebloom and blossom like the rose. While kin. been afflicted. Mr. Seth W. Fowle No. 13S Washington 10 sacks RoCofiV*.
that DukedeAumale and the Prince de Join-
"iU l ea. purports to bare been drawn out by the t. surveyed, amounting in the aggregate to114.10I.2S7 th drrd nations all around us are assailed with fierce street, ia tbe general agent. 300 esthete choice Liquors and Wines

that'be had been miscooceireo1 and misrepresented t acres In the other gates, there barebeen villa, sons of Louis Pipp. hare announced their wanitbeirru4ers. hurled from power,and their gOY.ernMl. remember that apnriowt iimta. dObbls d.ublerecufied Whiskey, i
(act n D deie.
to residence t. the Unite 10 dozen best Port WiN
,"sod it undertakes to define more specificallythanberetoforeliis ,849,975- aeres vurreyed, cot of a area of ddenio tb up ther essentially changed we have clung to our tions and other preparations of Wild Cherry abound IJ Madeira Wioe a
States. while at Gibralter. is r"
political tiea. Alto whethwb 273,990,003) acres, tearing yet to be purveyed by the D Jonie. sid faijh and enjoyed the repose of peace.- throughout the land, but it is Dr. Wistar's that has 4 M Shtrriy M t. : .1f

will be a candidate of not,t hit i. already settled Government 65.140,088 acres, .( which 7,379,000: is to have remarked to O of his officers, pointing to Every nation is our ally-every foreign power our performed many thousand wonderful cures, therefore 8 C Si Claret 5. 4'

Hiring takea bs position. M one.be dues not eel at under contract The total number in all the.Sate Brit me--wr lying at anchor in the bay:- friend. Athering"ih fidelity to the principles a buy no 1 other but the original i Balsam Soap Candles Starch Cheese, Pickle. Olives, t
board of Ilnainf. Olive Oil. Catsup. Mustard P"P r.Groanet 4 t.
"You will ae me a Lieutenant on an aid down and Pepper.
liberty to stmwder that position.. lie u now a ctndidatr envmerated in th Co&taMatooer'a rep amounts American few shot into some of expounded by the fathers of their or WiM Cherry ,aigoed I. But. on the wrapper. Green and Black Teu..II.c., &t.c, at the new gr. a
frigate reed he
and winterer a-.y Conreirticn may do, he to3SISl,3Ocres. Hie entire wbo e Flottda tbr"ia tonodently( hop at the annual return of For sale by E E.BRNARD Jr. Druggist t. Talla- store of S. S. KNIGHT. : III I t.

will remain ode. onless those friend who placed embraces 34,423,055 acres, o which 13,106,043 the this great festival of be able to retire fromthe haste, D. LADD. Newport, and Sy Druggists generally April, 29, 1949.! 41 t

him poo the track shoild adtiae him to do otherw hare Ma surreyed leaving nnsorreyed 21,317,010. -Taa, last, the 4th I"ta.t. was the dav ended throne with| leaving adamant."Sister her. wide spiead dominions all throughout the United States. Pure Sulphate of Quinine. j

w In tbi. be foes etc step beyond his competitor. add, Which IflSQ&JOu aadc 0 survey. appointed by the French Pro i.ina Government
subscribers have on hand two hundred and l .
Bluffing has no terrors for him It only makes From the report, ftpeera that t.,i_public (o the oth National Assembly which isles like that a happy smile OBITUARY.Depufl THE ovncesof Sulphate of Qamiue. which they .

him bluff still stronger.We land unsurreyed inj this State, than in any other body ia to Bomber 900-too many by COOFSsjr "oeller.ulty) < beauty and love." this life at the residence of her mother, hare obtained duect from the man./actnrers. and -

are afraid the old General as to his prtecifi'.es Sate in the UaiwL In Wbtoaoia, now n territory, To thee principles avowed the whole in Leon Count!,Forida.( IheSOlh Aprilla, Mr*. they will warrant it lo be a anperior, article. ; r.
.Stale there -The Washington correspondent of the 1 frankly GEORGIA AMNDA consort of WiU We be enlarged .r stock of Drag and Medicine -
but as are
does not stand much better defined now, thai ukingadmi.siess 3.1",4 horse SAUNDlR.
arclammationscfapplaiidt, and res- bv recent anival. and
N. Y. THtomesays that Gen. rang are prepared to execute
r. C hen be told us but a few mouths ago, that be know acres urreyed. an ont more by 290,412 acres, put forth a letter which will SATWFT T.U1R tvtuTBorT':"ilon! pnde in sentiments cf devoted Jo)alty. All moved lam Saunders, E1 and daughter of Mrs Elizabeth orders for article 10 our line, at wlkolesk' or retail, 3I

: bathing politics. He sajs be i. a whig, but DOt than there a acres i in Florida. by concord ol sweet sounds Davis on the most accommodating terms. i I
The his report, the attention As tbe full blown flower that in nature's We bate also a few acconnt yet dne to Be for tbe
[\ an ultra one. So we might say the MOM thing.- Comi.o I cal 03-The Duke and Dutches Montpensier \erf .Vow see to lead the sprightly dunce. grows

J The Very fault of the whig party is that It is wltra in of the Government to the suggestions cetaine last head from at Berlin, on their way to Spain at The lovely prepe aMnphsand well dressed youths ad- garden, unfolding to the wafting gale and fanned by but rear if 1 1817 the whole They could generally be paid shortly in small it would amrnnls. 't l

tULtIteetsDtes. Toe aw nig.and not ultra is to be in the annual report of the Surveyor General of Florida the invitation of the QucenFR %'.ance," Ac, the early Zllhyu.affording delight to the beholder, fir towards liquidatingceilain sums which we owe go

f omethia; different from what U know M a'whig ;in Col ROBERT Pirrucm.in reference to the survey when the Queen of Love and Beauty, lead off in the Is often etily plucked from the stem, so she in earl." LEWIS Jt AMES.

,' I war day. This declaration amounts to the same thing and draining of (the I I.r lde.* His report [ THE ILIDU ] g3y cotili!
as his former 'one, that he was a Jeffersonian whig says,page 152- M\Y D\Y cud run the gallipade with the sIriuS ese and grace idol of a doating husband and widowed mother-she Notice.ALL ,:

not "I now ask your attention to the everglades, thai she caa rule an empire. Wandering amid the died in the 19th year of her ae. in p ace with her
two not compatible cognate
TIlt things are This annual festival looked to by the credrors. leetees and
which cannot be .nrve>'ed without first being drained always persons entitled to i
Take Ik* wttra away front the whig party and there galaxy of wit and beauty, anxiom to tread a measure God .
You will observe from the diagram map accompanied young and the gay with pleasurable antictpations in theEstateofTbeophiluaBeatty. ]
would not be much of it left. In tact what he says that the vurie hate been extended off with unusual eclat A Ursre and brilliant with any fair damsel that would so honor me, I had -- --- deceased, are hereby notified that their claims and :,

afterwards, chows bow unwilling le is to be known round a large portion of them, and I am led to believe came tIle pleasure to trip the .. IIihit! fantastic t.>e" witli TAXES. demands will be barred at the expiration of two years -
: assembly, composed of every, rank and nf every ae, from the letters to the r.
t the be What is it to Le a whig, that it draineda I region of valuable land wouldbe one: who by,common acclaim had become I the load testamentary ""-
; name assun.es.
) .
y reclaimed and rendered but being convened at the Capitol, with hearts a light and Tax Collector's Notice. -rigned, onless the same are exhibited within the '.
teiy productive; the
U he does not out whig measures' Yet he evening At the hour of twelve tins H4id
carry stut gay two tears lo tbe undersigned, or to James T. ,'
illcior. and icitfurut an namgaUe stream as in days of yore, to observe an ancient cut undersigned Tax Collector for Leon Count, .
i be would bold himself untrammelled" by mel assembly w .s summoned iwo tIle other wrn; of the THE .Archer her Altoiney .
s ys JLtnng from them, a quilo aries whether the toes handeddown from the days of romance and chit- gives notice thai he will attend
:' these' .\ rote by any other mac would smell as draining of them by the would not conflict Capitol, wkere a sumptuous table welcomed their At the Shool House, Fort Braxkn.on Monday, 15lh ELLEN: A. BEAm .:
airy. Eserittrix of Will ofT. deceased
: eweeV.1 Let os see whether his other heads of explanation with Stale sovereignty And i Congress sboald eception-the richest viands, cream, and curd_ May Beatty '
J 41
.She the fairest doth April 29.1&43 w
bt specific appear. r :
so not a grant
place him in any clearer light, or invest dtuniDe- fo pur Crown her of all the and then what strawberries! all the delicacies of the At Beniamm Hale's.Fort SUnsterry, on Tuesday .
es, (auaVing sod building brdJe to failita queen 'f.r. ICth Maw
his figure with more definite proportions. intercourse,) be made to the 0 of one The Female Academy,long accustomed to furnish season wet spread in elegant profusion After do- At School 'house, near George Young's, Lake Jackson Lottery of Paintings. e.

I Under his second and third heads, with reference moiety, in a definite form,conditioned that the State the next in the line, flourishing under the au'pice in fsllj'i.tjce to the ba-iquet a:id the fttt.al returned ,on Wednesday. 17th.May, WILL be disposed of br Lottery, as soon as all ff

to the veto the tariff currency and internal authorities cause them to be drained at the State's honored the with renewed ardor to the gas imstic At Court House Tallahassee:on Tbnrsdav, Friday numbers are taken, the following P.UJIrT- ,
power Rev Mr. and Mrs occasion .
of the NEIL alI
t proper cost, and within a given period, of which I dance. and the 18th lt'th, and 20th MoY.At i>cs, all of which -A i ill l be encased in elegant gilt '.
improvements his news are not those we would expect believe thti susceptible The United States would with one of its fairest pupils. Studay., Ruadj on Mondir, 221 Mar, frames : a

from a man who has always declared that the thus (o Mrrey and sale, the othr moiety Fresh from the classic shades of Parnassus, where .All| love all likinir all d-lnrhf. At I Beard's Store Cros, Miccosookie.on Tuesday.23d Mae, A correct likeness cf Gen. DAVID E. Twice. in

Conatitution should be his chiefeit guide. We see no and the State acquire a valuable the pur- the heart well the mind had ,been cultivated Lit dlowl'd with train: endless l:mgbt" At Daniel Ilouck's,Cintreville. on Wednesday,211 ib uniform. 4. FA
in the veto i if the Executive poses above stated, after meeting the expense of a a At three o'clock in the morning, this large assemlage May correct likeness of Lieut. Col. C. A. MAT, in ::
use granting power. and adorned with those princely virtues requisite to
draining and thus woW be opened a larre fertile -30 gay so we hope to t Manning's Old Place Mannington, on Thursday. uniform u7
under his oath, is Dot to exercise his own judgment surface for the habitation of man, cultivating sugar consulate the perfect ruler, b aene the throne wiser and bapiy-t'lirel. awake .0 25th May With the following Fancy Paintings from Lord .t :

upon measures proposed by Congress (or hu sanction and tropical fruits extensively thereon." well qualified to perform the trust confided to her beter to-morruw mor. At Byrd's Shop. Lake lamo inon Friday Ith May. B.'r >n's Works : .

I If the opinions ot Congress, and not hill personal The Commissioner. recommends.-page 3,-that Native born and in the bloom of youth,she ALPHA- For the purpose of receiving the Taxes assessed Aurora Raby." Asfarte." Maid Saragora." t i-
charge I for Revenue of Stale, and County fur the ft> Persons appointed to act as Agents will pleas S
hat the
opiaioD.- are to control hu action, a mere 11|>ecial authority given by law, to contract for varied and year t
united her accomplishments
b happily to [Eon THL tLORIDI\N.] l 45. Hour tttendanec from JOj A. M. to J, return the numbers soon as O"'ibie. .
puppet does be become This power, which the the survey of the lands referred to, in such eligible pleading manners the fortunate prestige of a name P;M RUSSELL Artist ;
I the i
at .
was Party aid
Constitution him. and which must have been mode as be advi able and-that May many more besids April 22. IS-IS. 40 teiQ f.
gives may mot a special and lineage eminently' calculated to awaken sentiments J \MF.S W SHFRWOOD.
;r given Co some purposeu, then wholly inoperative appropriation b made for the scene" I these suggest ., and vouchsafe a and looked 10, sidled round and elbowed through the Tax Assessor and Collector for Leon County (: Quincy Times will please copy twice; ; If f

| Hare the balances and checks of the Constitution .I ions meet the views of Government, and laws happy reign u loyal. The coronation of the prosperous Queen of Mayis dient rowd with There was pleasure and temperate j"*', ra- May 6, 1849- 42 Store for Rent. t

t lol their virtue But, look at this view in another are enacted to them out, some of the finest handed down to beauty light and loveliness. Every I thing fJ
cry an ancient ceremony, according seemed designed to pit we, and who not Notce. r"pHE store formerly occupied by J. R. Fortune is j.
i light for a moment. Suppose the frt Congress under and most valuable lands in the Union will b reclaimed forms with n essential change, from the days of the must cleanse hu breast chaste "PROPOSALS will) ; at the office of the L for rent : possession given November 1. /rr'y' 1. .

f his Administration should pass batik and protective and rendered suitab'e: for cultivation Tudors and Plantagenets,w hen the nobility and commons I own ere delight can JL Secretary of Slate for carrying seventy.five co to J, R. FORTUNE. r!
tariff bills he would and sign them! Since the nestle there. In the galaxy around the thronencl We Florida to be April 2>, 15B. 40
approve last annual report of the Commissioner. are wont to meet en terms of equality pie of Thomr-snn's Digest( to -f :
t the second clusters of beauty shone. wbil single !t"r sparkled deposited in the different Counties for sale. .'. t
Then would come Congress to repeal there have been proclaimed lor sale 9l3,53l acres, .The of 'tis all a cheat Prop EUtVAKD M. WEST,
t thee, and re-ejact the su!>.treasure and trif of '4t>. (exclusive of school lands) of which 63,357 acres Tis personal rae famif.only makes us great" arouud. The fuwi/g while was relieved b) modest sals to be opened on the 22d mt. Public
blue and flowers for decked ; tiT.fLlfH.fSSEE.
f He would under the principle he lajs down, approve were in Honda. Of this amount, 6,417,251 acre Animated br an ancestral pride and hereditary jewels the fair Beauty Secretary State .
t aad sign these Here would be a President have already been offered at ],ublic auction, and the honor which boast a common origin- was adorned for nr'! hue:but added charms to Mir6, 1'H 42 FLORIDAApril f tJ
charms possessed, the whose 15. 1&4S 35 e UI
changing his policy fundamentally every} two remaining 721,272 acres will be offered during the .Princes and lords may flourish or may fade, except Queen shining .,t

) ars-" blown about by every wind of doctrine.- course of this month. They consist exclusively, of A breath can make a a breath has made. hearty Lid the regal circleand" hcr's was the reflection Notce. Horses for Sale. .

:, Does this suit the character of old Rough and Ready the Miami rfsenation," in the State of Indianna: But a bold peasantry, our country's pride. of her attendant tram The embryo fair. like SIX weeks after we apply to the lion A good HORSES sale.l that work ;' ft
When once destroyed can ne'e l'rrled. cherubs .'e of the Probate Court 10 and for CenlooCounlJS'uth Two
b in some
any! mOle than it does that which should belong to a and comprise the finest l.nds in the Great West. fancy pictureapoketheir parts with Florida for letters administration /.r rfN in double or single ;

President of this noble country We do not think There were sold during the year 1S46, 2,263,730 Here where there are no peculiar jmnltgrt man, fne, sweet little voices, and sang like sylvan warblers Ch.ulea Lang late o of said County, _fTTS_ Apply to R. H bameM.'t'1
free to follow the bent of his own inclinations and in a fragrant loveliness April 5.194 39 At the Tin I.
so. He saya here what he would n5 say, if be had acres amounting to $2tVQ4C37 ; and in the firt-t second grove. >1 was The deceased

had more time than has been allowed him to form and third quarters of the present year, cultivate those high moral and intellectual attributes spacious room, adorned with wreaths of gieen, entwined C. T nKIN, 1 Buggies fcr Sale. l
1.39. wLich alone constitute superior merit and true no- with flowers and tIle rich JOHN B. ALLEN.mrs .
his views. 024 acres have been sold producing $2,360,332Of .- bility, naturally looks around him, proud of his looked with llgnolia'i bloom, Benton County, S. F., May 6, 154=. .n 6t TUST received four handsome Leather Top BUG- ij
lit new the Mexican war is general and indefinite. the number of acres sold in 1646, 36,639 were in spce. joyful such a presence The refined J G1ES made expressly for this market. Applyto .t

He says o nothing which might not b said by Florida, producing $40,074 "3. Of- the amount soldin and bows to no superior. other than the bdit compliment passed, and the delicate and the majesty of the The highly interesting was made with March 2.5. 1IS. 36 At the Tin Manufactory.Sea .
every statesman of the country with I.rtt consistency. the three quarters( the present fecal year, 21, la" elegance and grace Lightly O N the evening of the May Festival.. (Tuesday : rt
the coronation in the
251 acres are in producing 72 Of ceremony was performed bound tbe heart I the trains of music(arose, and lnO) a child's GOLD. BRACELET with the Island Cotton Seed. .
Forida. $6,56 splendid Hall of Representatives, w here a blaze of the t engraved on the inner side of the
and nan
gallant to form in the Roalie"
of Which fay eccentric
What will be the effect this letter lands sold in this State doting and wrae
I tb year -{ exhibited an auditory the like of which had liIliOTu And the! cUsp It being one of a pair, renders it doubly valuable 50 BUSHELS SUPERIOR SEA ISHNDCOTTON 1.
will most subdue the Whig party, this thunder from for the three quarters of the present year, 23,731 lih youth in his teens dilated with to the owner liberally re- SEED from Charleston for sale br
before assembled in the There Te tne wii
never same
a new idol, o the thunders of the Vatican at Aih- acres were s(> at the (Und office in Tallahassee, plce. pride I lie looked on the fair one that sailed at his wardC on leaving it or Argvlr's. DANIEL LADD. :
were the dignity of rank-the graces of beauty, and side, and he felt that he Newport. March 18. 1S48. 33 :
too 6 IS13. 42
land? The straggle is deeply interesting. and we producing < >9.6SS 08-at the land office in New- was honored But Slorl. May ,

will watch it with our utmost attention. The result nan,ville for the same period, 31 ) ) acres, producing the elegancies of fashion Judges in their vestmentsof yonder the youth i! manly glory exchanges the Notice. ::
State in their robes His A Few Boarders .
-Bishops Excellency, graceful salute with his beauteous and
will be worth noticing $39,013 S', and at the land office irs St. partner, .
Augustine weeks after date the undersigned will apply 4
Slate Officers, and Governmental Official .
seduously .Bright love to that aiin." comfortably accommodated t Mrs SIX
2.0GJ acres, producing$3,237 IW. Ti tl number ; eyes looked eyes p.ke COULD. b dour the Hotel. the lIon. Judge of Probates for Leon County :
to (
doing the honors-Matrons with their fair-haired ", next City
Government Revenue. of acres ali in this iS Not long held love his pantomime ; loud and clear for letters ot administration on the estate of JamM "
Flirida 41 3t
period, Apnil29,154S.
; daughters blooming i in the pride of vouth and beauty the and lost in A. Ikrthelot, deceased, late of Leon County. '
music the
The predicti.nsofthe protective tanfi whigs the () producing to the Government $72,539 45 This rang merry maze* '
J. -Young men m the May morn ol youln, full of hope J UfES T. ARCHFR
of the dance. The I hours Loan.
but Proposals a
under the passed on, was mt
Union deficient
over, operation amount was all ing'Id ands;her, with the
ren'nue pi ex- April 15, 1519. 39 Cw
and fir of gallantry and of love,
ripe anxious
exploits thai hour1 of
ot the new Democratic tariff,continue to be falsified ciption of $t,564 3S paid in treasury Tt.ereare an pleasure and is not that something
Mte. to" sport a toe," came tripping over the TlH.Afl.RT DEPARTMENT,
The measure most gloriously and triumphantly in greensward gained WM there no Borrow In (the fullness of and Summer Goods.
is 257.'? acres Florida prepared for maikct April 17, 1&4S Spring j
vindicating itself. Up to the middle of April the but not yet ad"ertitl for sale happy a !ea'ln.ulhil. jn j, in the ndiuce of happiness, whv dies the secret proposals will received under the act C.
beauteous that doth b
Customs receipts were about .OO.and nearly Mnth ,and south and May warm, desire insj; ire sigh still surprise us J Fondly we cherish the SEALED March last, 3, p. m, on Saturday, BETTON & HIGC.-S, F

three months elapse ere the fiscal ,'ca close*.- Alan fioor Ilarrj : Woods and rOVe are of th\ dressing, ira' of pleasure and the hat springs exulting toffet the 17th of June.I5, for sixteen millions of dollars !- now receiving a large and general assort

This amount which the old tariff never did Poor CLAY'S" Presidential manifesto meets with a Hill, and dole doth boast thy blessing: it ; soon 'ti! received and embraced, but crushed of : stock reimb'Jublf twenty, ARE- of of SPRING AND SUMMER GOODS
i a ; and after the tat of 1S4S bearing
from day July,
realize in the aame length of time. The able Secretary very. indignant reception in certain q'artersof the Nor was military pomp wanting. Many a ?aaiit!( in the ear desire Like. the scene in perpec- ; ear six per cent. interest per annum parable semi- to which they/ invite tbe attention of the public. ;
March 2' 36
of the Treasury, Mr. WALKER 1.&been most Whig rank- The Whigs of Baltimore-that is to knih. renowned in the annals of courtly gossip asrerfect t"e. 'tis lost bv approach 1ik a dream or a vision annualy. on the first das of January and July of 18..J9. __ l :t

shamefully abu.e by the Federalists for estimating say the Ta\lor portion of them-were so enraged at .heroes of the heel"and M'rart!of the toe. of (anew, where the ima ;"afitr revel in the luxurj year. No bid will be reeie below par ; nor New Goods-Spring Trade. .

f in his last report,$3tQ1.00 a the amount which it, that they bought a Plaster of Paris bust" of the wi'h! hearts loyal and true, came burning with impatience uf fiction that bright scene passed bif">re me will any bid b considered: unle-I one per cent there t.
of in some of the United
it dep. depository
I would he derived from customs the current year, but .old dotard," fur the rurpose of venting their rageon to exhibit their saltatory exploits in the Surely love was there, it was his very court and i States at or before the date fixed for opening the pt<. sT BURNEY

there is an almost certainty that his estimate will I be it, by scattering it in fragment on the ra\'cmelf field of love and merriment with any faIr d.nnsd 1hz sf things were sid ; a" sh III' biu"hinl. with po als. The bidsin all cases,most be unconditional \TOULD return thanks to the public and country '

more than realized S also r>f the amount from The FMtimore .iritis say s- would 10 bo.or tliem gently bending head, the maul,'n an"trt in low, II and without any reference to the bids of others, and v V planters generally, for the past liberal patron e i rage .

Public Land He estimated I'We wit nesscd a port i'n of this which .Pleasures newly found' are I\' I ."ift tones mere sonthinj than "Min. of -Eolian should s-ta'e distinctly the premium offered. The he has received from (them and respectfully requests t
Slt. $3,5.0. a the profedlng. fe. proposals should b!eale.and endorsed ProposalJor a continuance of the same. I have just re ;
to lieboui the feet
enjoy Though seek for flowers
the revenue from that source, and for this, also, ha -ipanlteme gusto they b"rrA n why abroad when orown lie loan ./lS4 addressed to the Secretaryof ceived. Warcallar. from New York.a GENERAL 7 4
up lucion bust of "bat one of them But hark! the sound of heard in the distance boast > per
footsteps land such bca
fair can ridiculed
was by Mr. AICCKCW STEW AaT. But it called I the dotard," and laughing because there ; season the Treasury Washington City D. C. The sums ASSORTMENT OF GOODS which call and exam -
ol of the of on j to whom how bare tIle brent ,without flower which be accepted will be required to be paidto
now turns out that the Secretary was in the right in was no one purchase the thing. was below par." gave waDing approach a Ten may inc for yourselves.

his calculations, and that the high tariff grumblers Now if this spite had been exhibited I by Democrat all acknowledge allegiance secure t the nearest, the dearest the fairest n.ea it, the of dt'poitny residence cf of the the United,respectively States nearest w hose the March 25. 181S3d .. .1.

were4 fools but didn't know it." .Sweet nymph fur whom I wake m\ muse, cherish it. it. p00, Mill cherish and adorn (lie place persons ,
The from
revenue *, every Wbig newspaper in the land would have Thy. demands much softer lutes" al offers may be successful ; but the amount of the accepted Sale postponed first Monday in \ ( 1"
sales o public lands up to the present date is nearly, rung with the cry : Shame shame! The whig praise breast that bear-i it. C. bids from bidders not residing in the United t .
Tax Collector's Sale.
Little girlsbringing flowersdressed all in white with the assistant : .
Slates, must be treasurers .
leaving still over two months ol the fis- editors would have run mad with blustering fury.- deposited
I $.0.0. formed au aisle when the Fairy 'ueen, accompanied Fro the Macon Metsenger and Journal, 2J mat. at New York, Boston Philadelphia, or New Orleans TN pursuance of an Act of the General Assembly J 4
( year to etpue. and important sales to take place Our neighbor would have prated about Democraticabuse "
.1 of
a by her Paulnd Maids of Honor, advanced march of the State Florida entitled An Act to en ***
a b heard from. Thus do democratic measures and vindictiveness towards the .great American BY MAGNETIC TLLFGRAPH.it To give an epportunity to all persons to participatein force the payment of Taxes assessed and to be araessed '

and estimates vindicate the wisdom and statesmanship Statesman," and we would not have heard the ing to m.uic. all ma.bale by Heralds under Garter the moment of going to pus the investment of fund in this stock, bids will against all Institutions claiming Corporate ;? ,I
Queen-at-Arms, presented a sj>ectacle truly brilliant be received 'for the lowest denomination of certificatesaothorjzed this State." 4th I
privileges ap.prondJanua'1 1849
of their ,and show the reckless and insane last of it until some assault more enormous had STILL LATER FROM l i
autor. and imposing The grandeur of the occasion was by law-being for fifty dollars-as wellas I have levied upon and will expoee (or sale, to the ; '4
opposition of the whigs to be "conceited in chafed the other of! into (or etfulne". Oh, the '
bidder, in front of the Court '
fully equalled by the brilliant display of and Amcal for higher sums highest Hoase in Tallahassee t
felly, and brought forth in wickedness" con3i.teut. CLAY loving whigs! and grace n Ktcani'Sh'p America All certificates under one thousand dollars wi b on Monday, the third day of April next all 1.t
beauty, wit,
eloquence) poety. The splendid; new steam ship America, ar- transferable on the books of the trejSur'i the interest in law and equity of the Southern Life :. t..

Cassias M. Clay's letter. Great n.eJdingTbe Mississippi Ri.er. the .All thoughts, all passion*, all delights, red at Ncw York on 29th inst. certificates for that sum and upwards will be transferable Insurance and Trust Company in the following do- r, :
Whatever stirs this mortal (rme. Saturday, on tbe books of the treasury, or by deliverywith scribed Bonds and Mortgages. and other property : .
Father of Waters .
was united with Lake Michigan I
Our readers will Cud this .piquant" document in All are but ministers of lave. with Liverpool dates to tbe 15th inclusne. coupons attached, at the option of the bidder or so much thereof M may or shall be necessary, to '.

our columns to-day We commend it to their atten- O the 10th ult by means of the Illinois and Music vocal and intrlmfnfl. more melodious We are' indebted to our friends of the To avoid expense confusion, and multiplication of pay the amoont of State and County Taxes, due by : r

tire We notice that our Whig neighbr Michigan canal Tie ''citizens of Chicago had a than even the notes of the woodland Ing.ler. floated Charleston Evening .Xcics, and of the Sacan- accounts, all certificates with coupons attached will said Company fur the year 1848 and 1847 together ;"
prw great frolic in commcmrration of the happy event nah for the be for the sum of one thousand dollars. with all costs riz : William Fisher's Bond for i' 11
,of the with
good the Hall and Republican
pu, Caliu. through mingled with (he conversation llo\ Telegraphic
ere The suecesrful bidders will be required to depositethe r7.S0Osecured by mortgage dated 15th July :. '
PCt ailence. 1 was the same way with him in Chicago.* paper of the p'b uYtIfd.y )- poetical and sentimental despatch, which will I e fond deeply interestDp amount awarded in five equal instalments in each R. H. Bradford's Bond (or 910.000. secured by j

154. wbe the famous letter hem the Ashland Sage was an eventful period in the history .. Now 'tis like all instrument, and important.The of the months of Jell, AI ust.Spterblr.Ocob'r.Ind mortgage dated lit August, 1839, on stares and
of our city of the Stale,and of the West It was the
la Cascius was picked up and the contents Now like a lonely lute great Chartist t D<*mnnj.tration, contray November of the : year, except land.Wm.
hisl.fd. of the
wedding father of livers to our inland seas- And now 'tis like an angel' song, all had not exceeding twenty thousand d.lut. where trie Burney'a Bond for 87,& secured by mott-
of which conclusively r roved to an unprejudiced a union of the Mississippi with Lake Michigan fur to Cllwctlinl| passed off quietly' .
of makin
That bids the Heavens be mute. bidder may be desirous payment gage, dated 7th Aug 1S39. on slam and land. .e
mind, CA.*IU. M. CLAY'S to the the fruits of which union Chicago otands they hating final'y! consented to lu'wl! their
mission sponsorCommerce the whole
tat A throne was erected in the Hall, bcaulilully in which case amount may at once A. It. s. Hunter's Bond for $ .'. secured by j
Abolitionists 0 the North w,undei taken with the is i.s first bom-Agriculture and general immense jiflilion to Parlnment! l iy deputies, be deposited The stock| "'l bear interest in all cases mortgage, dated 3d Aug.1539.on slave and land.

knowledge and approbation of Mr. HZKRYCLAT. prosperity its increase .The frt boat borne on theIllinois decorated with eter-green tines and variegated flowers jertl'j abandoning tie! i.lt' : as 'rom the date of depoeile. John D. Harley's Bond for AflOO,secured by mortgage -
a Canal passed through LocUj>oit' to our whereon sat the Queen when the coronationwas utnunbing. The bids will be the land.
Our (P""tJt Treasury Department dated Oth Aug. 1839. on
also silent ir. to originally cpntemplated, in hody to .
glbru regard city yeterday performed according to the rites of faith, at 3, p. m., on Saturday the l"tl Jwne 1849, \ .m. Tradewell's Bond foe $4.500 secured by ,
that Cirof Bill fir the .
letter fcir
altbolh have believed it to b under auspices the most t graceful and imposing Before f Giej's security ofthe in the preenct of all person "ho may desire to at mortgage, daed7th! April, 1840on slaves. r-
nncbeeanna Convention.
: true, fo it w.acknowledged by Willis Green and Cruwn,] had pissed Pailiament, by the hno; blt.\n er a provision introduced into the art Alexander Mclver Bond for $ .1C). eecarrd by
'l. Horace Greeley to be genuine. He yet prates about This Convention ofthe Whigs of the West came bnllianj array of beauty and intelligence, normom majority of 400 ,'olfs. and give of 31-t cf March last, no buld..r will be prmil. mortgage dated 17th August. 1830, ca slaves and :.

slanders, and abuse, and hatred Mr. CLAY off according to appinment.{ and resulted in expressing the Queen arose, and in a clear pice and happy man great confidence in the stability of to withdraw his bid On all bid not land
o by THOMAS BRow for ner delivered her was a amoant: deported in advance will be immediately, Charles] Cole's Bond for 6,500, with mort pp. .
Democrats. It if not Democrats donot slander a rrefercnteor and beautiful Jnaugral..ddreI cute. returned.. The whole premium on the amount a- dated 201 h Dec 1841, on land and slaves. '

o abuse him. They believe just exactly what his Governor, and the Hon Mr. CAHTLL for Congres production, replete noble sentiments The disturbances nnd excitement slill con. warde must b deposited as part of the frt pay- T. R. Button's Bond for $14.000. with mortgage
Gen. JACKOH MORTON chosen Elector for the and truly eloquent-the eloquence of the heart tinned Ireland ; Juts dated 201 h .\pril.IS. l
name-tike. Cassias, says of him. that Le is ambitious was in though it u highly probable re'uire next vesmulescattle.bojs, A;
%Vest, and A. G SEMXFS, Esj alterrate Dde- After a brief description of the origin of the Institution that the popular moieiiient there Mill be con- K. J, WALKER and annual crops cf cotton and corn.
proud, arrogant, tyrannical, and
of the Trnon. Samuel W. Brown's Bond for
Secretary secured
which she $t.ooo
over had been called to preside,she by I
all men.HI.. whole gates were a!,o chosen to the Whig National Convention rolled, especially tbp Charti t> hue given ;
a things to history .nltin. proceeded to lay down the line of policy which was a Each of the daily papers of B "ston. New York, mortgage on Ia. d.LWH "
this character,and those who know much of but no preference wu tXrrt4e for Presi way in England. ; Philadelphia, Baltimore Challfton. and New Orleans Ciwnei's Rond for e1.'OO.secnrt4 by moc1Co

i and hare watched the course of our public pliu., dent. to indicate the (future course of her administration. Everything remained quiet in ..ranct. andreprations ., and! in all other ctate the papers selected to gaze on land and slaves. sGee.
ae Though the friend of her sex, and the advocate of were for tbe print the law of the United States arc authorizedto F.. Dennis Bond for $11 V secured by 1Dortt
well of it. They know too. just how much .Yurth Carolina.-The Democratic Slate Convention making approaching -
a.ae equal rights he evinced no inclination to go bey wd EIcCtioOR. publish this advertisement. gage on slaves and land. ALSO-llarg. Iran Safe. Zt
nine to attach to the remark frequently madt by en- of( North Carolina which assembled at Raleigh the true boundary of their sphere" An : April 21, IMS.. 41 I Paper Caw, 1 Table 2 large Writing Desks 1
the 12th appropriate Th War had .commenced in Denmark, ---- --- large Book Case half dozen Chairs Ar.
that .Hti CLAY on nominated Han DAVID
whig youngster S. .
tlauti J.T lb open field and,fir play for the exercise of their talent an engagement had taken New Grocery Store, A.A.FISHER.Sh'ff.
rather than be President." Ca M. Rcu as their candidate fur Governor. The Convcn. place. -
.1 right aius
b is all that she claimed. The chief object of the Austria had proposed to enter upon negotitiops TU H" opened in the building next to Mr. Geo II. And ex-officio Tax Col. Leon Co.
CUy thought soooc..but his eyes are at last open. lion was will attended, and the Democracy were in founders ofthe custom which they had assembled to for Peace with Lombardy J Mammas. where the various kinds of Groceriesand Mar-Kit) IMS. 34 4HamUtoa .

.*.lad he now ten CLAT I others see him. high expectation of carrying th Slate in August commemorate .I he elevation of her sex and the Prussia continues (to occupied with their Weler Proucenn b had at the lowe mar I
Senators Ho.lon.of Ten DougUf Illinois, b ket prices those winding to purchase Tax Sale.
its i. the
brightest on integrity difficulties in Denmark.
Ooitioj ej Jtboltiwnutt.-Tho Baltimore visitors in the Contention and commentary history 10 call and examine the qualities and pi ices
were it virtue of the vested ia law I
L me by ,
ad'Hd which its hare power
with been
CstTesposId principles The Commercial News is ( Con. before their BY
ent of the manlainH yora1,1e. im.eling muue shall for
Washington Union states that with and effect. < expose sale before the Court House
hs 6 Shore counties of pO'er handed down with no essential ta"& The crown, sole ha advanced 2 per cent. Cotton had de- S S K\IGHT xloor in the town of Jasper Hamilton Coonlr.Flo-

a from Ee'lower counties of Visginis.lbrlod.the slave. Br .-The New Orleans Evening "try.talu though unadorned with the jewels of regal splendor, dined id, but recovered. The sales of the .April2Ol49. 41 .iida. no the first Monday in November 1548 the 4

*** '' that the lion Mr. Santa publicly declared, in answer had, she rejoiced &observe, never yet trailed in the week 25.000 bales. Fair Upland are quoted Notice.ALL following described property or so mach thereof as
Ppearing IB gangs ; and the general impres"hftotl w ill pay the State sod County Taxes due thereon r-
4,they are carried b* some Yankee to inquiries by the citizens of New Orleans as dust or been trodden under foot. I was the crown at 41) Fair .Orleans 4* a 4|. persons who have ant demands against the the jear 1847.to wit :

that hare been o to tbe policy by which be intended to be governed in of love and beauty, all wreathed with flowers-the of Theophilus }atty deceased, are The South West quarter of See i. 31. Township
along our coasts. hi. negotiations with Meicotbat .be would write emblems of freedom and equality-mote beautiful P. 8. President Polk has sent a message lo hereby notified to present without delay to the Range 13,South sad East purporting to belong lo

hS! !"fleIaut Southern Christian jSdcttete endure than the India such as Kings bad recommending the a force undersigned, or to James T. Archer.agent of the UD- William J. Mills
m contains no long Ittt., nor prolonged netiation. ; diaem..r never Cngrea sending dersigned. ELLEN A. BF.ATTY, JOSIAH T. BAISDEN. Sheriff

t'li o eight deceased rerlc,, "ht* and if h* could not sector a peace speedily, he would worn although it had been placed on her head, protect the people of Yucatan, againtt the Executrix of Theophilus .aul. deceased

1t gs 'm 1 to 331 rears, at once einanf kesttlr;.itit1." shoild ba worn in her heirt I should be the pride Indian April 21, 18IS. 41. 8s. .\

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;( : i i.REVJLLI.ODIUss OJ" SANTA ANNA. shrieka, Lost lost I LS! Time lost sab- Spices, Pickles, &c. AMEltDXSXTS TotQnst1o1Io THE the ,
.J rpHEondanigned.haTing pwtbued
*I ,, \:'_ .: Tn* Net*'Origan* papers Saturday eon.nis lol! soul lost \ ..t.n lost ALL LOST, UlDER\OD"pickled Gerkins. Mangoes. On- of the State of Florida. P| JL entire stock and materialof LAJUta.V A.

J ; Santa Anna's address to theMeiicaa ) and lost forever J' The effect was so over Pickles,pickled Lobster, Walnut 'RxHTru. who U boat leaving tSe"State,
i th;: f..l whelming that two of the congregation fain. and Tomato Ketchups, Capers Olive Oil, Mustard I roposcd jsrof agreed to by the third Central P respectfully Inform t.i. friend and' the .

," .' .: *. and Pepper tn J Pepper Sauce Cider Vinegar, fresh action the next that be it at present at the old land,where JAMES TUCKER J&tn.T
the of public
I\:j find ted, and it required the preacher's tat Gooseberries and Currants in bottles, fresh Salmon. Assembly; tubjrct to .
; but 1
tl' i is a rich production, we cannot he if prepared to execute all work in his line with
: : 1 the which Shad and Halibut in canisters and General MderWgfed avails bhwelof
] ; foraIIorzt.' Wr conclusion : if.command to ridp through storm Curry Powder Assembly. promptness and despatch. He hat on hand the finest m.,
: giveth the
rom the I is own vived imagination and powerful af. Cayenne Brandy Cherries, Prwef ed Ginger,Currant of calf .skins and all .oit of material and will informing public that the It.
: i: i' When once the nation commence Jelly, VermicilH. Russia and American the :(1m Ar- GLASGOW is now performing her
:4 1. had arouied.-Sketches Wcslyan Aacaror.i. AN ACT t6 amend the 12th Clause of ( make at short notice, and in the bt manner, GEN. tmln trh
i i1 'i l. contest, four months before I relumed to i its. pea' o Irilh Moss, dried Currants, Prunes tide of the Constitution of this Stale s
;. fcotorrr, in of the apgressionj cf Ministers. and Citrons. Judges .f: the Circuit Court. shall hold their effaces tion. Boots Tooled, soledand otherwise repaired 10 Keys. This tort b strongly built of the be t .
; : eonsequencat tenals aDd !
l '; the United States, it became absolutely indispvntible Nutmegs, Mace Ginger, Allspice Cinnamon, for a term of eight years instead of daring good style and at reasonable charges. He will war propelled by two tnian s.adtapabl. .f
Tribins hundred
EGGS EGGS FEUD EGGS.-Mr. : Cloves, Vamilla Beans, Sag, Summer Savory and carrying one tons bortben. or 400
behavior. balr
good the
., his w-ork to be dual to done place, tf
1't "r:: that the whole Republic should co. Having of.en } that Lime. and Water sweet Marjoram Oranee FoV'pr. Rote &Peach w.. SECTION \. Beit enacted by the Senate and haute and rant to give as good satisfaction as to fitting as any COlon, with suitable accommodation for fortvT.
: : in the of its tom hear extract of Rose, Vanilla. Florida in General sengers. of light draft repairing bat iBcTes
'u;: t'- operate use naturl defence would preserve eg ; fresh fur a length of lime, tere Ptch Repretentotires of the State of other workman. water teventten ;
and For site by LEWIS & AMES.DecemberI. That Ihe 12th Clause of ,thereby enabling her to perform hr
C'i: .. ) the invader. The interests rights jiitenAly convened JOHN LEECh trip
j cuoq"er I have tested the fact ejperimrrrt.
; ihow ofi'if. by Abut IS17. 2 the 5h( Article of the Constitution of this State be If r"*" :}WllftT of the ynt betwi Cell-
vs ;t.'A *l''n' they l defended were no fIJ' Ihe middle of last October I mixed some lme so amended; to read as follows, viz: That at the MlySI'17. 42 bus and Keys,lewing Coiombtn every TljS"

f : y- the I.rewrt generation, but there was Mho at and water, and when settled I off Fine Perfumes, expiration of the present turn of office of the Judges DAY morning at1 >lo k'A'-*. C.d
poure GOODS.
ii I J'/ ,. Make the f iture welfare of the Republic and clean water into another velel, an') put a From the Manufactory o Lnbin, Paris.TTEDYOSMIA. of t tie Circuit i Courts, with the exception hereinafter every FRIDAY morning. sHould stffkieat pJrS!

; ,' ii* nationality. To iuffer the loss of the grca. fresh it. On the 13lh of the Club Roec Ge. mentioned, the Joitices of the Supreme Court age foe Mfenderf or the rateftsti of biftttr*. .
j into Hclilropc.
;; : X: it egg present Jockey and the of the' Circuit Courts shall be elected subscribers would call the attention of the her to perform tiro.tripper week. twill fHpS; .
. : .:) .i' tfr part of the territory.in"ol c not only month, ( \pril) I took it out of the limo water JLJ. raniuir., Millcflcurs, Patchouly Mi nionete. for a term Juc'ges of eight years, and shall hold their offices rilE to the choice and extensive assortment cheerfully acquiesce to, and make the aacaMpT

j j1; : : dishonor but the ruin of its political existence. for examination. I boiled it, ate it, and foundit Ambrosia, Seringa, Uer. of Arabia.Ber.de for that term unless sooner removed under the provisions of GOODS now receiving per Brigs Ifakulta and change,or add inciSes new boat to the,)!o,. Into know that F.\ntiut i Vanilla, Violets, Bergamotte, Vervain, Emeline. Their stock has been selected,with rare, capacity to the one now
T'-. Those I who can Juo : futurity in as perfect as it the dayI and made in this; Constitution for the removal of employed. Arsoon H Dn
h uned mind will every respect \'a rss. Bouquet. from the most fashionable establishments in New ticable this boat will extend her tripe sL.wannee .
|'; ->!: those fears which hare my Judges by address or impeachment ; and for wilful p th<
of this
I first it in As a knowledge Also. Ashland Perfume, and Preston reduced
! put flpll'S & York anJ.having been purchased at prices.they river to the Upper
: which ; Springs, aafr tAn .
other reasonable IL
1 limits of the neioh.fl of duty, or cause,
when the steej neglect
, f |;1',: |he realized, for fact may be of others, you will please Merrill's :\!rl of Fragrant Floss ens. be sufficient for (the ate enabled to furnish their customers at prices Withlacoochie river. r *
shall not ground impeachment
*?.t':; ." (hiring Republic are once e.vtended to the in-Ihis note a place in your paper. J. P. The true Farina Cologne-also the French and Go\ riser shall remove any of them on the addressof proportionately los,. Their The undersigned wonW farther state TharE,5'
.1 *tj j y ;J. ,t beau of our we lose fwrerer the Q- -- -- -- --- and American.Agtia de Lavender la Seine,all fine Flori.ta1ater'm Cosmetics. !rich, Poimdcs Cay tvNo-thirJs of Ihe General Assembly ; ProC"Jtd, [pmAPY MADS OLOTHJNQ selves others, proprietors of this boat, bare &nl1ed'nita..
of the
, jl.. : '.. quilibrium' ; and through an error in political To Florida Baptists. Ifir-oil. and U.ir-dt. Shavinij and ToilftIP however That the cause or causes shall be stated at is of the best of materials and being manufactured improve the provision navigation of and an to ad cptitted. AH MH

i' .1!' ;.f"; tabulation the war has been tarminnted' and SOUTII-WCSTERN BAPTIST CHRONICLE, coarse Comb*. Brushes f.r the Head.Tell h. length in such address and entered on the journal rf directly under the eye of Mr. Stillman all nee river, and for other pftrpoies navigate therein the &wuj>
That the
; f..i. with it all hopes for our children. Without A WEEKLY PERIODICAL, DEVOTED TORtligion Nailsand Flc$h. A shall be to
Judge so
" i r:'r.'. the I lr profound investigation, and in pots.! For sale fey LEWIS &AMES. causes purchasing may rely upon getting an article well State of Florida ; that they have
: ; necessity Keienet, literature Commercial and December J, 1"11.> '.'0 lo be removed and ha shall be admitted to a hearing; made. Among the articles comprising their their rec.'tDlly.t.'
'. ithout appeal to the secrets of foreign policy, Gtneral Intelligence: in his own defence, before any vote for such removal company pursuant to the provision of said act',
31-Z'- with dread that this ------- shall and in such cases the vote shall be taken F.fLL JIJTD IVLYTER STOCKmay under I the name and style of lb. Florida Slate lAIn'
I. '. :... 1o the man of reflection sees !ubli"bc in N. O'rlean ,und r the Editorul care of BULL PRATORIUS pa s : nal Improvement and Steam
from cat. 6 by >eas and nays and entered on the Journals of each be found the following: Navigation Camp & .
4h.t : unfortunate is proscribed jhc The
people \VM. C. DUNCAN A. AI.TT Company will
; soon
J ; ; ., the corner store under the Scnlinrl Office and House respcctivdv. Blk French Cloth. Frock and DressCoats, Black, complete tneirarfingeoenti,
of nations, and that the generation has been the belief of the editor of the \ the first of which doe notice will be given, for
alogue long the riiocnii Eiiildin s SEt: 2. lie further enacted.That Judges Brown and Invis. Green, Castor Beaver Sacks,San purchasi'siT
I i4.4: : ulich eaw the struggle of its independence J. .Chronicle" as well as the conviction (
.; i.,. will assist at ill funeral I hare therefore de. :oulh-we.tal Jiaptiittr, that the cause ot religion ARE: NOW OPENING a choice and well elected divided by lot into four classes. The first class shall Pellots and Blanket Overcoat, &c.. Heavy Pilot liberal when cash advance, Opon all property sfaipp ,
,rJ the would receive more efficient support from the publication of CLOTHS, CASSIMERS, VEST- hold his or their office or offices for the term of two and Beaver Cloth Overcoats, and Cloaks of fine Blk required. As soon aVpracticaole a line *f
t ; and
: .: sired! lu! war a only of a deuomin.tienal newspaper in New Orleans ING.SandRF.ADY-MAIECLOTIING.: : The great rear, tIme second for the term of four .\seats the third and Blue Cloths, Pantaloons of Black French Cas. suitable packets will be established by the CottbUT"

J j i means of exit ence. More has already been t than from alnoit any other, agency that can care and taste bestowed in t the selection of the goods for the term of _ix years, the fourth for the term ot sinner Blk Ribbed do., fancy Plaid, Check & Striped between Cedar Key. and New York and New orleans .

t : .,' .." V granted than the enemy demanded, and our be emjilojcil. Many have exyre*!od a desire to see wsnnnt them in aiyinit to all who wish to ptrcha eieht years. do.; also,Tweed Satinett and Jeans do.-c.: VESTSof for the conveyance of freight and pasanrs*

.' : children can from this moment say that they ole located there.and have a"owe their willingness goo bargains, jon will du well to call. and examine [Passed t tfcc Senate by the Constitutional majority Black and Fancy Satins, Striped and Plaid Silks I ditious thereby securing to all its patron, a safe and u -
.1 '.tt. future and May it Jo contribute, both by money by person*! excr-, Itock. It would be a great tax on time and patience December 37 IS 17. Passed the House of Representatives Velvets Plaid Cashmeres and Valencia, Plaid Silk mode of transportation of their propert/ty
'! ; 4 0 Save no no country. please 'ions. to its support ; but no person has, hilla.rto'ibetn to enumerate the dillercnl style I :* and )_tternscompo.ir.g : by the Con 1 itutional majority January 6, Mazurkas, :.c. &c. either market as well as return cargo to its plact'*f
I .i.:.. hf.irt'rt tht I may le mistaken iu my predic- found ready 1
: : : lilu,! ti! ardiu-us' labor of publication. The time for its I I I poitioti' of these cl< tl.s and C3'imf are ot '"llrll- April IS, 1",18. 30 Cm Cassimers and Vest ings unmanufactured, consistingin instance exceed those heretofore charged or allon,*
: .. .: Tho lorrrs humanity and justice hive: :fal'li,hment has, at length arrivf. and the Bap- I nlii'k lloastfd I.ltstre, Ind the clothing and pa't of: Superior French Black and Wool Dye for like services but a material reduction of Jick'rates

I' : ." raised their ioicvcn in the rican Capital list denomination especially' in -\ t. iil I every article uf tht-ir stock is of a style and quality! Notice. Cloths do. English do. do. do., English Blue and is contemplated at an early period a* soon it'
I the increase
: business shall
ca on to a )paper whose grand Cbjtc 'that the mot fastidious. warrant such ndact.
no\ Jet sustai : wil please claims Invisible Green, Wool Dye do., Black Beaver and
t \'.''\'. to war us of the immense danger we I is. the promotion, and the, maintenance: cf true rcli would mention that these CLOTHS arc of ALL persons II.having Crowell, late against of Wakulla the estate of Castor do., French Black Cassiraer, do. Ribbed do. The facilities offered to parties of pleasure and others

i .. run. Fatality and the rancor of party, ego- Ion in lIme Valley of the Mis4is4i1pi. i the finest texture, the b-M English wool dye, French Iec'd.. are requested to themnduly County authenticated do., Fancy Plaid; and Striped do. of the latest and to visit the Keys, at all seasons of the year, oaa *f
" : have prevented oar listen- Nothing, surely need be said, to show the impor- ool) dye black,'Ia.Caemirner. l.n.ll'n911 dye black : present the most healthy and desirable retreats for invalids
:;.: : lwn antI| treachery, \ within the time prescribed by law, or they most fashionable styles ; VESTINGS of Black and and others in
I 'i l*.' to the echoes of truth, and an unfortu- fance, nay, I.I absolute n e9"ity. in a reliiou do. Cass., French and (Jerman black clothsdo. Cass, will be barleJ' ; those indebted to the estateare Fancy Plaid Satins, d,). do. Silk, Silk and Woollen tic the State and the beautiful and roman
f mg of the Suwtnnea
) of \ ie-v, of a denominational paper Fn-nch fancy Ca" scenery will. it i is
;: point having ->nners.VIiSTlNGS Velvets Cashmeres Valencia of Rich supposed,offer1
of the to make immediate
? eamestlv requested
js treaty hs deprived us. advantages published in this, the emporium city of (the southwestern of f-neblirk Sum, fine plaid S.tin. : ; payment. Velvet Plash &c. &c. inducements to many to avail themselves afro pier.
i ?I": which we could derive by !suffering a little country. I hd"I'cndtn1Iy ofll tt. bentis! which Silk \\'ooltnhc. CahrlrC.t aid Pulkanclt: ant an excursion.
I 312m OF
; : ,- :.. i lunger the evils of the war and by showing would reiult to the city itself, nbosc need ol all the Cerro (: al11 ( !..-.>"'. M hntt'rfv checked. Nl''rport.pri' 1,1349. ALSO AN ASSORTMENT This Company having as they believe, mad ill'
., winch be brouh Hats! and Caps(Monterey'Bro. and Bleach'd. Cotton requisite for the
: and religious: influence cau READY: MADE CLOTHING.; -Superior' Fine blk. arrangements convenience and ac-
; !:.J inure firmness to- In'et emergencies.All oou.bpa ui'Q it, none will ilcnr, the advanlatjek e_ ..c. French dress tnd frock coats, do. English WO.1 the Notice. Linen and Cotton Shirts, | Undershirt., commodation of the public, they solicit its pars,*"

f ; : who know the history i of my public lifhi *- ruing to (be liaptis: cause Iroiii the estubh:hmcnt of do. do., French Ca",imer Sjck Coats, Doe.skil do., persons, creditors, and legatees entitled to Blk Its!. Silk Cravats {,Silks and Merino do. ae.

;: :i\' --\. > know the unlimited power, the glory :denominational paper] in a city here intelligence black and fancy cloth S.rk. ric doe-skin opera ALL or otherwise interested in the estate Fancy Satin do i Lambs Wool and AngolaRici. For furlller particular, apply to 11tuu. D. P.

J and honors which I have enjoyed in the midst: of every I Kin is so readily ottaintt, and from \hicl coats, black l arrrclotli' sack o\r-oats. black ot Anderson Snoed, late of Jefferson County Fancy Satin and > Undershirts, SMITH & Co", Columngua!: ff'tlr.. SMITH HARRIS

:: I .,1; nation-who have seen mar- i it can be eminated more easily than (morn any Cloaks.. I'tiHtattMfftsof fine black Cassimcr,medium dccenurd, are hereby notified to exhibit their claims Plain do Scarfs, j Brown Cotton and Cotton Madison, Messrs. PUTNAM & RICHARDS
: .fth generous and I ther city in the South, would t he incalculable.. do., a great variety f,f fancy Ca.sfirncr pants of the and demands within two years (from this date to the Jenny Lind Ilhks. > lOde Drawers, Cedar Keys or to the undersigned.
.: i ::'.' t'1! and bronze pay tribute to my memory, With) the Miasi'm..ippi! on ,the on.side, and the Gulf latest style. JPul of very dtfe-nption. Military undersigned or the same will be barred ; and all Dlk. White and Col'd Kid/GuU' Elastic Suspenders JAMES TUCKER,

'. who have known that I have bad an independent .>f Mexico < n the .,titter New Orleans I jKsseb tar Trimmings, Hosiery, Shirts, Gloves, Cravats, ,self- persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Gloves /Merino and Cotton Halfi And others Proprietors.

f' :: : fortune for year past-all these, I say, ,reatcr facilities fur communicating wither eiy large adjusting Stocks, Suspenders, and almost everything Immediate payment to i Hose, Columbus Florida January 22, 1S4S. 22 ly

1 nil! be convinced of the enormous injusticewhich city in the United SlitCl, and tor obtaining an early connected with a i>)>ntl!inaii'! outfit. i WILLIAM SNEEr .Vlrn'r.: Patent Leather Shoes, Umbrellas. Money Belts,

: :,'l: is contained in the supposition that it i ii is knowledge of every important movement which may; I U. 5i P. are ,prepared to rxiriite all orders according Jentron County, March 19, ISIS. 30 Sin Shoulder Braces, lie. &c. Jefferson Circuit Court.IN .
j' take place within its boundaries, than, ;perhaps, any; to the latest and most appio\ed styles.! CLARK & STILLMAN.
i 1 ::".,. .. not f>r these causes I have mentioned, but from other city in the Union. Situated in the centre of I N. B. Hv the next arii\als we expect to receive U. S. MAIL LINE October 23, IS 17. 14 CHANCERY.

t r : personal motives, that I have fought, exposing the south.wc'ster count iv, of which it i is the cum. THE REMAINDER.October William Bailey, Adm'r. de bonis non of John Bet l-

k I' : .' 7 life for the gooJ of my country. Partisan mercial metropolis:, and throughout which its pen. 1 16, IS 17. 1.1 W. 8. [ ill] W G1 if' }], Imy deceased..Complainant,
1 ) nlicalj arc Ireely circulated it must impart more or ts.Tilman
cruel in all times and countries, but'
; r Attorney at Law,
t. al and characttr. how D.
i. It'-' uf iu own tone neccssar; Hamilton Tax Sales. Parifoy, Defendant.
r outs .in this instance. hate; passed all liin ts, >t i.. then, that some salutary intl'.iettcebhoi I'I iro'ced Konticello, Jcffmon County, Florid, TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Cartbj

'; :. and in my person have violated all laws, hu- unto this threat city, to correct, as f.r1; possi- BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I attend! the Circuit Coartsof the Middle J. affidavit made in this cause, that Tilman D. Pt-
shall for ale before the Court
thceil which disseminatesThe expo WILL rifoy the said defendant
tile l it reside
., and divine. out of the Slat *l
,and of the County ot Columbia of the
rJn Baptists it is hopid .reconu"nrJof ho( ncce door! in the lo\n "I 1 Jasper; Hamilton County, Florida From Tallahassee to Macon. Florida, and in the State of Georgia. n motion ci
.: ?; The state at which} matters have arrived. ol firm foothold New Orleans on I the first Monday in June, 1slit1me I following hours Eastern CircuitFlorida. the solicitor for
sity obtaining a in Through forty-ttco from Tallal asses to complainant: It u Ordered, That
Monticello 19-16.
i );1'.!: renders my person of no longer use to my in older to oppose a barrier the progress of lomanistn descnbed proptrty, or imuch there as will. pay Macon and to Charleston in three days, August 2'2. the said Tilman D. Par if 01 do appear and answer

; :'T; -. country. A peace to I be forever execrated which !: making rapid strides to supremacy in the State and County' Taxes due thereon,for the year in time to take the .Mail Boats on Notice. the bill of complaint filed in this cause within four

las. boen granted, and tvro-lhtrds of thi na- mnof. our western cities. Once established on a 1317' to-wit : J\"oith the fourth day months from the dale of the publication of tbi or
f.i' : : dith ;ure ba!is here moreover, the denomination can the TheSW I-'t of the S F. 1-1 of section 33; the en- fflhlE Stage will leave Tallahassee on Mondays, SIX months after date, 1 shall present my final ac- der, or the said bill of complaint will b* taken fat
;-; : tioaal territory have been sod fo a of more easily supply the destitution: of Texas, \'hir tire section :34; the W 1-2 of srlipn 3*>; the E I-Q of JL Wednesdays, and Fridays, atI o'clock, A. M., and vouchers to the lii n. Judge of Probate confessed: Provided, That a copy of this order b.
t leniU A shameful and armistice has the S W 1-4 of section 20 all in township 2. I in and for Leon County, and apply for letters oldismission in
; in the providence .f G>d, has been lately ; range and arrive in Macon, (via Quincy, Bainbiidge, Newton published some newspaper printed in the Middle
."?' been sanctioned to consummate the iniquity. open. :md which invites us,with cries and supplications 12, noith and cast; also the N W 1-t of section 2, Albany, Amf-ricus, and Perry) on Tuesdays as administrator of the estate of Joseph Circuit of Florida, once a week for the apses of fo.i

.; ,: >.4/ >Vh"t recourse, therefore, remains, citizens, tu her a'.ibnt. Come forward, then, brethren and the N 1-2 of section 3. and the N E 1-J of sec-. Thursdays and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock, P. M., in I Allen, deceased. mouths. (Signed.)
t .. fur him who returned to his to and assist by your liberality, in extending and tion 4, of township I. range 12.nr rth and east. purporting time for the cars for Savannah. Leaving Macon on COUNCIL B. ALLEN, THomAS DOUGLAS J d.
-.; only country to belong to the Estate of Hector W. Brad' I Administrator with the will annexed.
strenjlheaing the boundaries ol the Ilcdccmer's king. n. Mondajs,Wednesdays, and Fridays at 4 o'clock, A. December 18, 1847. 37 fm
fatisfy' the public wishes and to fight in support ALSO-The S E t--I of the S E 1-4 of section 31, M., and arriving in TallahosxT en Toesday.s, Thursdays February 26. 18-19. 32 6m

]I.'" ". of the noble cause against the foreign enemy Jom.I is the intention c(the editor to pay special at. towiial.ip) I I. range 13, north and east, purporting to and Saturdays at 10 o'clock P. M. This line Middle District of Florida

.\ What is he to do who U pursued iu every di. to the department of Snnut and literature. belong to the Estate of Benjamin Chaires. connect with the Central Rail RoadSavannah, Augusta Doctor John P. DuvaL WAKULLA CIRCUIT AND COUOTT.Dani.l .

.*'. rection ? Retire to a dstant: land to bew.i! admitting in his paper no article of a scientific or JOSIAH T. BAISDEN Sheriff Millrdgevillc and Western Rail Road to Co- OFFERS his professional services to the citizens Ladd PJ
:> literary character, which dos not tend to the culti.! AntI ex-ofiicioTax Cot. Hamilton Co. Itmbus, Ga. It also connects with the Mail Line and surrounding country Officein nriB .llD tackaOTf.

..;..1' .., the immense. misfortunes of the Republic, vat!ion and improvement of the mental l and moral March 11, IS 19. 34-3m from Quincy to Chattahoochie and thence to Apa- Wm. AVilnon's Building over Hayward's BookStore Thomas Lockhart Defendant. S J051 *327 5X

;., since j>ofitical! passions and paltry interests faculties ; by which means it cannot fail to prove a lachicola. Passengers can go from Tallahassee to Tallahassee. ,

J- r,' '.: have succeeded in exalting themselves Ofer't. valuable medium of instruction: to any family ilio Leon Circuit Court.IN Columbus iu three days, and but erne night will be February 26, 19-19. 33 NOTICE i* and hereby all other given te the interested said Tbomaa ia tha.

which it be introduced. the road between Tallahassee and M. person
the of the may CHANCERY. spent on c<>!
holy cause country. above cause, that the Daniel Ladd
plaintiff, has instituted
i A table of New Orleans Pricft Current corrert- The public rest assured that attention will DR. C. II. BUNTIXG, -
In the exile which I condemn the editorV Bill settlement Estate. may every this suit attachment issued
lo by from
fur the
myself eJ\ weekly,will be found in each number, from whim I h of he paid to the comfort of those who may patronize SURGEON DENTIST -
which will James E. Broome and others for themselves and of the Clerk of the said Wakolla Circuit Cure
; : grief weigh on my re. the and any that are interested in the state this Line.
t. ,-. eeive some mitigation from the gratifying idea of plnler. Orleans market, may obtain all the desire other creditor of A. M. Gatlin Complainant, FARE: HAVING permanently located in Quincy Florida, against the lands and tenements, Roods and chattels
. ( !ion.Te vs.TurbuttR. From Tallahassee to Quiney,2 50 to \ tenders his services to the publicin of the said Thomas Lockhart who reside beyondthe
that I have ruin the mtrra ; Bainbridge
.;. .::' preferred my personal price of subscription to the Chronicle" it Bet ton,Sarah A. ltd ton,his Wife,Executrix 5; to Albanv, 811.and to Macon, $22. the various branches of his profession. From his limits of this State, for a debt due to the said

,',ct' J V. loss wealth and power, to bending my knee S3OI per annum, in advance S-I/M), at the end at of A. M. Gatlin and others, Defendant WRIGHT & SAWYER, Proprietors. experience and success in practice, he feels assured : Ladd on a promissory note, executed and delivered
: before the enemies of Mexico to obtain! by en- of being able to please those who patronise him. and payable to W. H. Perry or bearer, dated the 8th
\:f.tc- six months; $1,00 kl the expiration of the year. II :E.\S. By an order made by his Honor By JOHN M. YARN Agent.
...::.: treaty peace, which destroys the elements of W THOMAR DOuGLAS Judge, on the l>t December 03-: Office at the Planter's Hotel Tallahassee-C. Dr. B. refers the public t. of November 154-1. dee one day after its sate, wi4
wealth Q and My NOTE,-This paper since its establishment in IS 17, in the above entitled nUde.the undersigned E. HAILCY.Agent ; at Maj. NATHANS, in Quincy Col. W. T. STOCXTO.V, Dr. J. It!. W. DATIDSOJC, wLich note was transferred frets the aid W. H.
: her nationality. Dr. R. E. LITTLE.Office Perry by delivery for a valaiMe consideration to the
March. has character in all its above
.i" a takean i7 02
ether to IS-J7.
was appointed things, July -
1i! ; pierced by the balls of the enemy-the thous. named ,1 sustine surpassed if indeed equalled, account of what is doe among to Complainants-for their opposite the \. E. Church. Ladies waitedon said !& now amoanCin:.principal and interest tea
:: '"" ands of Mexicans wh fell in my presence and by any paper either in this or in any other country, claims, and to nil o4hr creditor of said A. M. Gat DR. J. REESE'S at their residence as usual. tret her, to the sum of three hundred and twemtysei -
en fifty-three cents Now the said
under orders blood of tbe invaders and should therefore meet with cordial September 11,13-17. S :
L I my a supnorl lin, with interest thereon ; and it was ordered further
deenT and all other interested
in tba-
.' and their v/hrch remained piled inJit.1 from its own denominain. as well from all other That the sail Mister do cause an advertise persons
t4e4 .. corpses who LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE.P M. D. PAPY above suit are hereby required to enter his or their
throughout the be in the
country ment published Floridian a -
tha fields of battle will be se newspaper and
heaps on so many appearance plead to the declaration filed ia the
; religious and scientific knowledge. The second vol. published weekly in Tallahassee, and in such ERSO\S r>f feeble constitutions and those of se- '
@EIr A'ff 1kY said suit
before the
: '. fiiU-s of glory fO my country and lor my chll- ume will commence in March, 'N, and I woirkl nospectfully other public newspapers as he shall thick proper fur dentary habits are ol'ten troubled with habitual 9 on or fiist day of the next May
Circuit Court to be held in the said
of Wakulla
I'il .r i .r e.. advise those wishing t" subscribe to this the creditors of the sjid Alfred M. Gatlin to come costiveness, which often exerts a very unfavorable WILL Practice in all the Courts in the Middle otherwise County
will be rendered
valuable that NOW is the best time before him,and their debts before the their health which is Office on the first floor of the Capitol or judgment against
': Mexicans One of the leaders in your indepcwler.ee paper. very they in prove on or influence upon general particularly him or them by default.
: 'l the devoted could select. first day of May next ; and that such of the creditors manifested by irregularity if not total loss of I South wing. room formerly occupied by the
.,: J;: .:. must to your good name \V. McKINNEY: RUSSELL who shall not come in and prove I their debts by the time appetite. In this condition of the system, this article Secretary of the Tcrritorv. DANIEL LADD
: > one who has had the glory of offering to the Duty appointed Agent Tallahassee, Its.Februnry aforesaid shall be excluded the benefit of this decree is confidently recommended with the assurance November 15. IS-I5. 17 February 19.1343. 31

i1; '. Republic trophies snatched from the foreign 2';. bJ5. 3l 3t ; and that such persons, not parties to the bill, Ihat.( if the do e'it properly adjusted so as not to JOHN EnSI'IN:, Watches, Clocks and Jewelry
i .- 'aden-one who has fought against them.overcoming who shall como in before the said Master to provetheirdeb' move the bowels too actively, relief ma, be relied ,

t. "' a thousand difficulties-one who In Jefferson Circuit Court. I ., do. before they are admitted directors, upon without any or even the least unpleasant consequences ATTORNEY AT LAW REPAIRED.nnOWLE .
contribute to the I heir of from the of & 'MYERS, having secured the Mrvic
SPRING TERM 1513. complainants proportion resulting use common purga- Quincy, Florida. *
has shfd his blood sustain! in
i : to your rights- Charles L. Powell, 5retilion the expenses of this suit, to be settled by the said tire medicine usually resorted to. attend the Justices' Courts of Gadsden JL of an experienced workman who will attendC.

,:f::." fine, jour most faithful friend, bids:you his last "$. lo Forcclosc 1 Mort. Matter.' And it was also ordered, that an accountbe Persons subject to Bilious Cholic may rely on the WILL the Circuit Court of Middle Florida the repairing cf Witches and Clock axclasivtly.are .

." I"' farewell. Arthur Curney.. $ gage of Personal Property. taken of all securities or Collaterals held by the preventive properties of this medicine by using it on '.and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia. prepared to do all work ia their line of butines*

.!,.o": "- AVTOMO LOPEZ OF SANTA AcNA.Tchuacan lIE defendant, andl persons interested, are creditors respectively, and a report be made of the the first intimation of an approaching attack. There November 22. IS.: 19 tf well and promptly.
T hereby notitied filing of (the Petition for same, ai.Jof the value cf each." And it was also are some constitutions Iiak'e: to regular attacks of C3 Sentinel copy. November 6, li-47. M
March 24 184S.
,:I:; ; Foicclosure of Mortgage in this cause and they are ordered that all parties may ba examined upon interrogatories Billitnia Fiver almost every fall ; to such the use of CITY HOTEL

:' f c. required to appear and plead to the same, if any pK-a aid produce all boob and papers in this medicine, n commended beginning to use it LEWIS & AMES, ,
.: they haveaccording toliw. The mortgage is on personal their custody or power relating thereto, upon oath by the middle of May or first of June.
; ::;: Anecdotes of Billy Dawson, the Yorkshire property and was made to secure the payment before the said Master as the said Master shall die -Those whose digestive! organs are feeble often experience DEALERS IN '

'ff;; FarcT.Dawson was delivering. a dis. of fifteen hundred dollars and interest. rect." a seise of fullness weight and oppression DRUGS, MEDICINES PAINTS OILS, .

: : .,- '.. course peculiarly) suited to his genius ; one THOS. JEFF. HKIR, Now therefore, all persons claiming to be creditors about the stomach alter eating, will find this medicine Toilet Articles Perfumery f &r. Window Glass _
"e."c ... ,. that will be long remembered in Solicitor for Petitioner. of said A. M. Gatlin; are hereby, in pursuance of afford almost immediate relief. ,
'. : many town March II, IStx :3t said order notified to produce their claims, and the Ladies near their confinement ofte suffer from PAINTERS' BRUSHES AND COLORS TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
;:. ]: g.. and Tillages of England._ It was generally 2 vouchers in support thereof and all collaterals and heartburn and costiveness : to such this article is Apothecaries Glass Ware, Ac. the
known to Le one ot bis fayortf t sermons, and Just Received, securities therefor, before me, at my office in Tallahassee highly rt recommended as it can be used without the rpHEabove constantly on hand,and for sale at the TO undersigned of this Hotel.been confided the mae,

-'. pled under the title of Death on the pale LEWIS AMES! Drug Store, a fresh within the tine limited in said order and least danger and with great benefit. In sick or nervous JL lowest market prices. agement HAMILTON HUDSON.
AT & supply otherwise comply with the provisions of the same, headache it invaluable.This .
As the reader will it is LEWIS & AMES.
suppose, was New and Medicine*- whichare January 8, 1919. 25
lul among that they he admitted parties to the said suit. article will be found
t.F may to act
!: as a pleasant cordial Tallahassee. November 20, IS-I7. IS
founded Revelation vi. the
7 8. It following :
upon a Dated this third of December
\& day D. 1817. and tonic restoring the appetite, and at the -
t( discourse of a arlR and impresirc char- DR. SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RES.TOH.TIVE SIMON TOWLE Special Master. same time fulfilling every intention that the common Notice Notice.A .

acter. In bofJ striking imagery, in pow TER December, 1 ISt7. 20 I( purgatives are intended to effect. It purely rrg- hereby given to all persons interested that six LL persons indebted to the estate of louts JoieeivTL
. Designed for, ;ld care Liver Complaint and, when used to the directions IS late of Hamilton County, deceased, are requested
erful, thrilling, irresistible appeal, it was unsurpassed wl DJIPtpsia. noble according months after date,! shall present my final account
Pile., & all kindred John P. Duval, will be found an i invaluable article,especially to those and vouchers to the Hon. Judge of Probate in and to make immediate payment ; and those having

L : by any sermon I have ever Jaene di.eu. resulting from :disordered stomach or impure ATTORNEY AT LAW afflicted with D>'pepsia, Derangement of the Liver, for the County of Jefferson,and apply for a dischargeas demands are requested to pieseat then in tern a-
4 'I. When the preacher was happy elate of blood. General Debility- ol the law,duly authenticated-
or the Administrator of the estate Anna BnQka
; livery the congregaliin seemed to suspend DR. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES, TT7ILL practice in the Courts of Middle Florida, Prepared by Doctor J. Reese, Griffin Pike county, late of said County, ELIZABETH JOIKCX, Adm'x.
most effectual, atl V V the Court of Appeals, and the United Slate aoJ for sale by at deceased.JAMES February 10, IS 13. 31 3ra
their very breathing in the intensity, of the'n nit srtt. pleasant preparationbefore district Georgia appointment R. BROOKS.Jefferson
Court Tallahassee.Oflicein
t ... attention and in the of the prvacherVvuice the publc. for the eradication of WORMS, in at E. BARNARD JrV, County Oct. 30, IS-I7. 15 Cm
pauses Children Wm.'iJ..vu'lf Buildings, over Hay ward's Drug Store Tallahassee, Furniture, Carpetst &c. for Sale.

a long and deep inspirtiona resorted HULL'S COUCH LOZENGES Book Store, Tallahassee. DANIEL LADD Newort, Deaf and Dumb AsylumOF 1 AIR of handsome Mahogany Parlor Coaches,

I : :.: to a a relief. On the occasion referred to, Will PREvENT and CURE all cases of February 25, Ib4*. 3> Mor.tkello, KENTUCKY. I 1 handsome Mahogany Book Casa, with drawer

: Mr. Dawson was indulging in that peculiarly Colds, Asthma Consumpion.t Pains .in the Side, Quincy, and desk, 2 handsome Carpets, 1 Dowbl Wheel Patent
t vived which was at the basis of his Shortness of 'Breath and all other Pulmonary Complaint Notice. HARDY BRYAN, D1fE subscriber the resident agent of the said Corn-Shelter, the most approved article in us*
imagery Agent for Thomas connty Georgia. .U I Institution offers for saleM tracts, and upon Apply to J. R. FORTUNE,
popularity' and exclaimed : '* Come and see I -ALSO-- SIX months after date, the undersigned will pre May 22, 1S47. 44 terms 1., purchasers,about Four Thousand Acresof Feb. 3, IblS. 29 At the Tin Manufactory.
':- the siuoer is u> the l rottd road to his accounts and vouchers to the Honorable LAND situated in the county nfJacksonin the
4; ::. takes! boll aud rujl-rtf DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUB PILLS fudge of Probate ol Leon County, and apply for letters Notice.SIX State ol Florida. Alo, the Right t. Locate, to a Tax Collector's Sale.
I step Lill nearer Well known a a Safe Certain, and KHectual Cure of dismission as administrator of the estate of limited extent.

: Leaven OnwuJ; ward he is going-death for Fever and Ajn Chills aiki Fever, Intermittent Henry J. Gaskins, late of said County, deceased. months after date I shall present my accounts The above land were selected at an early date by BY virtue of the authority Tested in use by law, I

and him-quickly, untiringly, i nd al 1 ot her Price reduced to Settnty-fire WESLEY MANNING, AcJm'r. vwxhrrs to the lion. Judge of Probates of an experienced jud/e, and are believed: to be amongst shall expose for sale, before the Court Hous
.fe Cmt per Bar. By S. S. SIBLEY, Agent. Jefferson county, anti apply for letters of dismission door, in the city of Tallahassee, on the first Monday
: with:! swift but noisleis hoof the finest in coanty.
: they pursue The abote Medicine, ficsh and genuine, are for February 1, 1819. 31 6m as Administrator on the estate of Henry Fcldberg, : C. H. DUPONT, in August net, the following described property.*r
-: the pain borso antI his paler rider are trackingthe sale by LEWIS &AMF. late of Jefferson county, deceased. I "igmtIf D. tf D..1. / l"y. so much thereof as will ba sufficient to pay the Stala

..c : godless wretch.. See 1 see they are get. Newport Mineral Spring. HENRY GREENBERG Adm'r. QuincI, JURI 47 12, !947. y and County taxes due thereon for the year 1847;

ting nearer to him-they are overtaking him!P' For certificate of recommendation and other information DWELLING LOTS FOR SALE.lllitTIlE October 1C, 1817. 13 6m Section Township 1, Rang lN&idEp.r-

At this moment the stillness of the coiicerninj; tbe'av Medicines future Martin Smith & Thorn, porting to belong W. G. Gould.A. .
congregalion advertisements, and ralphel.! which may be ob. undersigned being fally empowered Notice. A. FISHER Sheriff
,I was 10 complete that the ticking of the taint of the Agents. make warrantee titcs has hid the QIX months'afler' date the undersigned adminisO CfttmiisioB and Forwarding Merchants and ex officio TK Collector Icon C*.

clock could be distinctly beard in every par .ach IS, 1SJ8. 35 ) around the above Springs TraJrixof (the estate of B. F. Lipscomb,deceased No. 62, Poydras Street.NEW.ORLEANS January 29,1818. 23O.

..fib* (! this, with a facility pe.cu1.ul Uid oil in good size dwelling lots of upwards of an will present her account and vouchers to the lion. LA.

clapl. ,pn promptly seized and Cabinet Making, &c., acre each which he now offers for sale 10\". Plans' Judge of Probate Wakulla County, and ask to be W. HUTCHIOT,
:. O.P.tRTNEflSIIJP.-i-.Tbe undersized have associated of the same with terms, 4tc., can be seen at Dr. E. discharged as idministratrix of said estate. N. U. MARTIN-C. W. SMITH-THOS. L. THORN.
', seeming interruption. Leaning over C themselves t together,and from this date arurd's,Tall husee. First come has first choice. E. E. LIPSCOMB Adm'x. Refert to AUCTIONEER ,

c the pulpit!" iu th attitude of attention, and fix. the two shops will be untied, and the business con DANIEL LADD. February ?d, IS-IS. 32 6m J. W. Argyle,A. Bestwick, S. S. Sibley,TaUahassee. TALLAHASSEE, LA.

ing bis keen eye upon those who sat imme.iliately ducted by LYNCH & VINGERHOETS. They are Newport, February 19, 1919. 3t J. L. Smallwood R. L. Edmonds, Quincy. in of the attended to. sI*

beyore him, be continued, in an almost rreparP to do all description* of work in their line, Attachment.In February, 1&8. 30 SALES any part solicited. county

. .' supernatural whisper, Hark hark thai fdelity and despatch, ftndon a reasonable terms Notice. Justices Cou>.tfor tile 2 : r (Ion cah approve acceptances as any workmen in months afterdate, the Administrator the Fisher! Notice.ALL BONO, Esq.: I LLOYD FlAOOV
: rtift rider is coming, judgment is follow the of SIX Daniel B. Agent for William E. Fisher, .
country. "h pub of R. deceased late of Leon creditors entitled to dis E .
patronag Humphries ".. persons legatees J. W. ARCTLC. Esq, D. C. WO OK, >
;4he.s ing him. That is .the. untiring footstep !- lie i. most respectfully bounty' will present his final account and vouchers Torris Welborn. or otherwise interested in the estate January 22, 1343. 37

lark !"-and then iraita'ing fur a moment 01 K. J. LYNCH, 10 the lion. Judge of Probate of said County, and and all ethers are hereby notified ot of James M. Sloai, late of Jefferson County, deceased

I.n beat of abe pendulum* he exclaimed, N GERARD V1NGERHOSTS.Tai'i pray for I discharge from. said administration. rUE comrqeucement of this suit, returnable to a are hereby notified to exhibit their claims Thomas Jeff. Heir,
6 1817. t 16
a nas this date to the
.: in the highest pitch of bit voice, Lord I save .embi November 27,1947. 19 6m Justice Court,to be held at Tallahassee on the 12thda.of and demands within two yeart will from b. barred : and all ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT IA1 V
the same
Coffee. June next, and to and to the undersigned, or
.: the kinoer-save biro I Death fs upon him DR. J. 8. BOND under hand appear and teal plead this 31st indebted to said estate are requested to mate practice ia the Circuit Court i ut" *
and he 11 follows. See, the bony arm-is raised 1 O A BAGS OLD JAVA COFFEF same.March Giyenl. UHS.I my persons immediate P&JDut. of the Middle Circuit, and in the.
his to the citizens at
ZJ -do. Rio i \FFERS proessionalleryice. ,
: .i; The fatal dart U p
I him-save him-fur if death strike* Wm he .Iust t received #n
q "''I anI! bell receive him ; atri ai heftJls kc S4'it. 1', 1,. 9 LLOYD,I FLAOC I May 29, 19 IT 13 '.( April l.lsjl 37 3m

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