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

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0 '-tfloti.L1.! ij .t'rtm. TAYLOR lilt Rirhmvnd AND Krtyvirer.CHN. MR. CLAY..


It w ill be remembered that at the late Whif

INTERESriNG NARRATIVE. FLORIDIAN Convention in Virginia, Mr. Bolts stated p04ilivcly -

Ve are indebted to a friend at Canton, Cbi. THE that he had seen a letter from Gener.

_,. (says the Baltimore American,) for tlSingapore al Taylor, in which be declared his detrrmu

; Time of the 14th January con. nation to sustain the election of Mr Clay

.., Jjiwng; the following interesting narrative of should be bo the nominee of the Whig Con

sufferings of a part of the crew of the A. vention. This In
lie statement was acquiesced
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CIa wrecked "'
W -net" whale ship Lawrence, on i: by the'I'aylorleaders in I the Convention, whose

I. the coast of Japan : Dec. 29, 1847. BY SIBLEY & DYKE: TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATUR AY, JUNE 3, 1848, .v XIX-NO, 40 selected oratorical organ, Mr. Preston! urged! 1
DATA\"IA,
trfef ; this declaration of Mr. Bolts as a strong argtt.
lender lEe impression that it would not ___ *
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Sir- h -- -- ment of General Taylnr'"hiCttl which
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u. I uninteresting to and your redrri Front the Baltimore SitnJ\ay\ 19.) LOSING A-SEAT IN CONGRESS. A an Eagle and a l
h. lit wholly you and during tho time we were in her, aomp [ Ba bl S. should have precluded all ejection> on that 1

lie I take the liberty to send you herewit three or four months, not a single; moment ATTKJtlTED ESCAPE OK I' GFCLDT.- "Sir.bring;; me a good plain dinner," nid August, 1834,1 'a score ou the part of Mr. Bolts- mtttci1 4 (j

a. fat; publication, in your paper, if you choose, a were we allowed to stop on deck to breath His pair.-On Thursday night, as the officers ; a melancholy looking individual to a waiter ing up the Ohio river on board the fine Meaner passed Ell, and was regarded by 'fe public asa ? {j

' short account of the loss of the American the fresh air, or sec tho light. One day we who had Langfeldt, the murderer of at one of our principal hotels. Warcousto, Capt. Norman, when, a we "fixed fact," until the apP 'arance.of Old I *'

1rt whaler Lawrence, and my captivity, fogcthi were made to wash ourselves and clean clothe Mrs. Rademacher, in charge at Philadelphia: The dinner }vas brought and devoured, and approached a noted spot on the river call L acs' letter to Mr. lUldtvin; wherein the old <4 :e..

with six of the crew, in Japan.! were given us and we were conducted into' were about depositing him within the pl son the eater called; the landlord aside, and tbus tho Robber's Cave," my attention was at. soldier takes especial pains to refer to the f,

.h The Lawrence, under command of Cap the cabin which was beautifully fitted up with walls, he suddenly darted offal full speed dow addressed him.,) You are the landlord ?"- traded by several loud screams. I lookc' statement, and to deny the smallest fiHlrtdatlon. } I"h

Baker, sailed from the port of PoughkeepsiN silk and gold ornaments, they then gave us i the road. The Bulletin says :Officer Towc Yes." You do a good business hero ?" above where the sound seemed to original for its existence. A direct issue is thus invol.! \ fi

'Jr the "10th July, 1845, bound on a shoot him if he had .Yes !" (in atonishmrr.t.) and saw an eagle describing circles in the air
Y., on each a carpet to sit upon, and made us undo :gave. chase, prepared to ved, and nothing but the letter can solve tho J.
.. : whaling voyage. On the 27th May, 1946, i inlat. stand that we had arrived at a city called been unable to out foot or conquer him. Thrace You mak?, probably, ten dollars a day in a most beautiful and graceful manner. As mystery. We understand that Mr Butts prf. i* jj

'. 4* 30 N. ''on&. 140 E., in the vicinity' of MaUamai where the Emperor's eon I lived and continued for about a square, when Tow clear ?" it wheeled around in its gyrations with mail sists in his Version, and has written lo Mr. 7 j

I r, fce Japan: h'ands, we encountered a heairale \ that he was coming on board to see us. ny] ell came up with the prisoner and tripped him Yes." eraatical precision, with outstretched but mi Clay for a copy of the letter, which, it seems > Jj

.. ,at which time we had a whale along and by we heard a great stir outside, and all down with his foot. Upon raising; him uj:. .Then I am safe. I cannot pay for wha tionless wings, it ever and anon uttered thf was addressed to Mr. Clay by General Taylor. I *!

'v cod kept the ship drifting free.t about tenor ( the people about us fell on their faces to thground Towell said to him, ,* You are not satisfie I have consumed ; I have been out of employment peculiar scream which first drew my attcntioi will,no doubt, be shortly published. In the
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. eleven o'clock at night, she struck on some and we were made to do the same.- with killing that poor woman but you want to seven months ; but have engaged to go Whilst I was gazing in admiration at its el< mean time, we extract the following on the .* Ks]

j, fell on her Ftar. 1 will kill) to work to.morow. I had been without curves, it suddenly changed its motion
jocks and immediately over Shortly after the prince entered the cabin ac.< run away. Langfeldt! rt'plied-u fod gant subject from the Baltimore Sun t h

st board side and bilged. Captain Baker thpn companied by a numerous suite. W"e were you t.oo-thc evidence is loo strong against me.'" fuiir-and-lwenty hours when I entered you and descended with almost inconceivable n. 44 has been announced of late, '

ordered his boat to be lowered and, take:: then again examined before him,and this time Constable Towell, assisted by tho driver of place. I will pay you in a week." "I can locity in a pererpendicllar: line to the earthIt f that I a correspondence repeatedly to the Presi. r

: I some men with him, got into the boat, sayiiis the questions were put to us by a Japanese the prison wagon conveyed him to the priiorand not pay my balls with such promises," him went \" as one passengers d< Jency has taken place between Gen. Taylor ,

, he left the ship's side "each man for him. who poke| Dutch and who communicated with when about to pull the bell to notify tbe trred the landlprd, and I do not keep poo scribed it, "like a dart. Before we could and Mr. Clay ; and the New York Herald, a .

r t I self," or other words to that eflect. It was us through one of our men, :Murphy ,Well, keeper to open the door, Langfi IJt sudden house. You {.hou address the proper at. express our astonishment or give any npini few days since,attempted to give the substance ; M

. very dark at the time, and after be left the hip who also spoke a little Dutch. This lasted for seized Towell by the throat, and a desperatstruggle thorities. Le ve me something a security.'" concerning its object, it again arose and ascended ; out, in which Mr. Clay figured a having .

! of him. The first mat, them. Towel I have nothing." to a great height, with a rapidity al.
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f I saw nothing more about an hour, after which the prince depar took place between lectured General Taylor on the impropriety r
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Mr. Myers, then attempted to lower his boat ed and in the evening we received a box i of in selfdefence, knocked him down with his fit, I wi take your coat. most equal to its decent, bearing in its beak of his allowing his name to go before the National J

r. ,r with eight men in her, in doing which he AC. sweetmeats which they said! was from him.- and struck him several times|while down.I .- If go intj) the streets without that. sucbweath a largo serpent. As it mounted up, the long Whig Convention. The New York r

, : cidentally slipped the bow tackle, which plung.;; lie was a young man of handsome appearance : I This was necessary to conquer him. r a it is, I may get my death. : body of the stake hung down from the beak True Sun, however, gives the following more \ fa'
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4'f ed her bows under water, and on the boat; and on the whole seemed kindly dispose On Wednesday morning, when the officer "You should| have thought of that befog of the eagle like the end of a large rope. 1 It likely version of this correspondence : t .

'fr coming up under the counter, she was stove to towards us. The next day we continued oour went to Langfeldt's cell to take him to court, you came here." : was not, however, lifeless. I squirmed i in .'It now appears that General Taylor .

o pieces, and all, with the exception of one man, voyage, and were again: left to the mere he begged piteously, and refused to wear either Are you serious ? Well, I solemnly arc every direction, and made strong efort for.. wrote to Mr. Clay assuring the latter that if : *

! whom I saved, must have perished. I could of our jailors. \\'e then arrived at anotru the peculiar hat, or old fashioned coat, so that in one week from now I will pay you.." its deliverance. But in vain. eagl nominated' by the Whi Convention, no man Ts fi

,I hear their cries in the water, but could not see city when we were each put into a box the lid minutely described by the new witnesses as I will take the coat." held itith a death grip. would give him (Mr. C.) more ardent support. t &
of the them, as it was so dark.: about the hous The coat was left and week afterward The serpent resolving to sell his life as dear *yt
any of which was fastened down upon us, and i in worn by the man seen at night; This pledge was given in connexion with pro ,. rt
then the remaining boat ready nnd redeemed. Seven after that, wealth as possible, endeavored to impede the fly in; '
. I got this way we were carried to the town hall. where the murder was committed.The years legations of indisposition to be himself can. +

r left the ship with seven men, who think we ro Here we underwent another examination appearance of the prisoner, too, tha: man entered the political arena, and presented I of the bird, and by dint of bard struggling succeeded didate, and thus interfere with Mr. : etc* ; ,

. all that were !eft of the crew. We took witb the questions being put to us by the same irlerpreter morning, was in striking contrast with his at a caucus' as an applicant: for a congressional in getting its body over the back < lion. Ten to one, the Clays >

us a little bread and water and some hrpoonsand who acted in that capacity at Matsr general appearance! and demeaner previously, nominal ion. principal of the can- the eagle. The feathered pirate now became the General to Mr. Clay will soon see tho 2.
and steered about S. W. On officiousness held his he heard the name and aware of his danger. his wings were his: a
cordage mi. Their chief object in this as in all exan having changed from smiling! and hopeful cus pace ; lizht. Indeed, it is even now probably on .
the second day all the water and food we 1 Ilad {inations we went through was to find out whe to paleness and an apparent care the history of applicant, who was a mom only means safety. If these became bound the: from Ashland to Washington

were consumed, and from that day to our ma. ther we were not really Englishmen-and I worm subjection. ber of the chinch, one of the most respectable ho must perish with his enemy. Al his efforts whence way it is to be made public Very *-

king the land, we bad nothing to subsist} nn.- am of opinion that had we confessed ours'l"esof citizens. He was chairman. The \"ote however, could not dislodge snake. expected ,

It snowed all the time, and we had hardly nny that nation, wo would all have been killer The Verdict in Lallgfcld's Casr-Guilly. was a tic, and he cast a egalivc, tlicreb The wily serpent anaconda-like, drew itst'IC shortly.A correspondent of the N. Y. Herald, writ. ;

covering on our bodies to protect us from tbe The interpreter told us to beware how we Yesterday mornin: l eforo ten o'clock, the defeating the I I wealthy applicant, whom he more and more tightly around him. It ROW. from Washington& on the 11th April,makes: {
One of the men, named Hi. hour afterwards and to whom be said, had the advantage in the contest. The pinions ing '
met I
piercing.cold. for an
I tried to mislead them as they would find out Court of Ojer and Termainer assembled l the following positive statements, which our T
Yates, who 'was sick when we left the You don't remember ?" of the eagle were pinioned. The snake f'
ram who we were when we got: to !Nagaskie.- the purpose of taking the verdict of the jury; me readers will take for what they are worth : \ Vf
and buried Ilim coiled like around tho body of its adversary
vessel died on the 3d day we wit'lthe Xo. a rope -
I They then brought us a box! from which the)' in the case of Charles Langfeld, charged We have some new lights in reference r t J
in the sea. At last on the 3d June, we pe r. .I atcj dinner at hotel and, was enabled completely to fetter its *
told The once a ;
took out a print of the crucifiction, and us: murder of Catharine Uademacher. your to the late Taylor letters. It is under. 5]
aired land, for which we steered, and cnu-i although I told I was famishing and pledged wings and stop its flight. The struggle tear ooW
do
to put our feet upon it-on our hesitating to jury were sent for and brought into Court, you stood, or believed, upon strong Circumstantialevidence
ed into a large bay, where we could disco.t'rno word honor in a i ed. The eagle was conquered They both
so, the guards drew out their swords and threatened and in answer to an inquiry, announced tli.x my ana pay you w'tkJeu hang a man for
I I
marks of living being. We J.ndcJand :: took out into the inclement began to fall, bound together as they were Iufdenlto murer. 1
any to kill us, aud so compelled every one of they had agreed upon their verdict. Th my coat, nnd saw me go that the of the

caught a seal,the meat of which we cool!,;. us to trample on the print and spit upon it. A prisoner was in Court, having been }broughin air, dt tho risk of my life, without They came down a rapidly as So they interested had ascended was! dictated t'lf'r from Richmond Zc Va., and under'>
and fell into the river. '
eJ and ate together with some grass we four couple of epaulets were then shown to mon(' about 9 o'clock ; he was somewhat, pale,, it." the impression.aficr Clay's pronunciamen'i
CB) the beach. It was the only food we hat.! naval officers' and American Before the were "Well, sir,what then" were the officers and passengers in the sin '
an English one an }but bore himself firmly. jury I that the Harry would the nominee.
tn,
tasted for the last four days. We then strolle I called Chris. gular contest, that the steamer backed watt great b
You yourself a
Mneh.
and asked which of them belonged to our called upon for their verdict, Judge I King addressed Xof Hence the declaration of Zic that he t
the beach leaving one man to take care !, ''ian. candidate for a a boat put off and in a few minutes the twbelligerents
a
along To-nigld were
country. After this we were again conJuctc the present upon the necessity you will bow. It is believed, !
of the boat, and striking inland for about a persons I nomination but would have been were laid upon our deck, dead b a candidate any = st
aijd me
One manifestation offrel ) for you
to prison. day we were again summone of their restraining any equally strong testimony, that the Allis-
, mile we cam to a bamboo cottage, with a 'I to the town hall, when we were surprised to ing, whatever the result of the verdict might "Icctcd to Congress." The snake had wound itself completely around nn upon letter was dictated from Washington, nu. .

i river running between it and us.r e haile see a man in European dress sitting among! be. If it should be against the prisoner, i it Three year after, the Christian hotel-keep the wings of the noble bird. der the conjoint deliberation of Messrs. Crit

them repeatedly but nothing made: its appeal He took notice of first of er became bankrupt, and sought home in Whist I stood gazing upon the two objectsmy ,
our judges. no us at would be an unmanly exhibition feeling a tenden and Bell ofthe Senate,and Messrs.5to-: f

ince. We then sat down for about an hour and sat writing and talking in Japanese. \t :'and disgraceful of those engaged in it, and to Dele vue. The poor dinnerless wretch tha was forcibly impressed with the an rens of Ga..Pendleton, Preston, Flournoy and
between this incident and the effects of
of tbe
expecting to see some body go in or out last he addressed us in Dutch to which we did the citr. If on the contrary, the verdict should vas afterwards. became a high functionary alogy Fulton of Va., and J. IL Ingcrsoll of .
but this aid not and it was rice. At a distance sin is peculiarly attrac Stf'"ar
house happen
as not then in French which wo also diJ favor mark of disapprobation in Albany.
reply, be in the prisoners any of Pa., and Hilliard of Ala. Hence, from their
dark we returned to the boat. Th live. Serpent-like, it displays a variety
,
getting I
understand. He then anJ the Court +
not spoke English the within the
by persons better information, more judicious proto
.
we left in her told us that during our at- Sensitre Plant.-A young lady encumeredwith beautiful colors. It appears extremely fascinating
man
said : "If there be any John Bulls among would be against the constitution Zac and the reservation of
an outrage nl of Old ,
leaving
sence he had been visited by two men, whor the most'delicate nerves, mentioned one ; but when indulged in, its results anlatal. ;
.. you, you had better not say anything about it.1He ind laws ofthe land, and an insult to the dig- assembled in her No his case in the hands of his friends. But the :
him few friends It it fetters
he invited to come and sit with but tbt"Y evening to a, ensnares ; ; destroys.
then interrogated us concerning our coup of the Court and such would be followed will fuller
pity as letter to Richmond a mean.
then of hint that she had horror of the rose,. does it from towanheaven require
refused to do so. They inquired Irawing room; only prevent man soaring; :
the relative 'I
and circumstances of the in. :
religion
that
our the instant
by signs, how many.nf us there were, and on try by punishment The perfume of this flower,"said she,"gives but it binds and weakens him, am lation, and we are authorized to *u s pect
to our shipwreck, kc., all of which were lividuals who should be guilty of their infrac. instructions have down (to Old 1 1o
him intimating to them our number they ape 'I no the vertigo. brings him to the grave.-American Cabinet. gone Zha
the and
interpreted again to Japanese note ion. He anticipated no such outbreak, for the ; make it.
and conversation by
peared frightened runaway. down in writing by them. Ha then told ube entertained favorable of the The was interrupted
The next morning we got into the boat and he too an opinion visit of her fair friend, who was going to a Unkindest Cut of aU!-A jeweller of In the Richmond letter, General Taylor
I had some hopes we should all be set at lib of his fellow citizens and country- Th
f steered for the mouth of a river on one side of character jail, and wore a rose bud in her head dress. city, who shall b nameless, was lately; lays he has never declared that he would tiemination
it wbat.. srty. nen, to suppose that they would be guilty fair heroine turned directly, tossed nice man, to withdraw from the field in the event of the
the bay-as we approached we saw Our pale ipplied to by a looking young
I The council then broke and we were ta of decorum occasion
breach an
; up of such a upon of Mr. We authorized
be fort with ty and fell in a nake for him having in it a blade, Clay. are
appeared to us to a spears glistening her arms gracefully syncope up.on a gold ring ,
ken again to prison. At this place one of the< the life death of a fellow
or
involving friend of Mr. who
in the sun above the walls! ,but on com.ing the ottoman. rery delicate and keen, concealed except or lo say, by a Clay, knot.the I, '1
men tried to escape from prison and was immediately nortal. The jury was then called upon for that at the United States
fact Clay,
Henry
of with .
found it clot What susceptibility. a spring.
nearer we was a piece strange a narrow scrutiny, opening
f murdered by the Japanese. Hi heir verdict, and in obedience to the call the I Hotel[ in this city, last winter, exhibited a let
extended about three-quarters of a mile, and What a delicate and impressible organi. The bargain was made to furnish one for ,
had made known his intentions to us previously and in firm voice said
painted so as to represent a fort with guns.- breman stood up, a :ration !" cried the spectators. $30. On the appointed day the purchase: ter to several friends, avowing: the very con. ;
I and we did all we could to dissuade! bin of murder in the first degree. The Richmond
which
the
f Here as we landed, about 60 men armed wit Guilty .For heaven's sake, madam, go away !- appeared, paid the stipulated price, which wa :esvon to Mr. Clay let "
he said he would
from it but to no as < the and was "
purpose prisoner regarded authorized
anxiously jury and further
caused this ter denies we are by -
\ records and spears, ran towards us and me Don't you see that you have obbcd very complacently, the jeweller asking ;
die than suffer much there-
rather he
so longer.At understand the verdict
any able ,
lot to old
tioned us to go away. We, however, contin spasm',?" what he wanted to do with such an article,to fur informant, to challenge Zachary to I t
At after seventeen months in all of close fore asked his counsel whether it was "in.
them until the astonished lady. thick the to cut with. he Mr. Clay exhibited the 1 letter to % s
ued approaching we got very near, 441 ? replied reply was, open pockets prof
ind strict confinement, privation: and iIltr'at. replied guilty. StJ
when we all fell on our knees before them locent or guilty. They 44 Yes, of course, it is the perfume of the rosebud Ah,' replied the jeweller,doubtless in amaze perfect disinteretl'Jnel of feeling tit **
hut?, we were'! liberated and sent to the Diitc! lie! then inquired whether he could not geta that time between himself and old ijFZachary
do such with such! existing
and would hay hair. how things
One of them came to me in vent, can you
up Factory. Here we were received by the Di 1.1 new trial." During the absence of the ju. your I will sacrifice the pull and be detected V The and that, thus far, the friends of \ JJ|
struck me down with his sword, but his ban Really, i if( it is so, : in instrument not < t
rector .f the Factory, !Mr.\ Levyssohn, in whon with them the coat and hat Itsifted *
had

of $
I they of each consistently be the friends J JDOING"
was held back by an old man who stood be ry ty flower ;; hot judge before you sentence. performer replied that his art consisted in diverting might
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we recognized the European who interrogete have been worn by Langfeld on the j s si
> to
hind him. I made signs to them that we were The flower, detached from the head dress! the attention of people from anything ,oth.
Hall and whose active and I .
is at the Town to light of the murder. The coat had been suited
harmless people, and wanted food.fier passed from hand to hand among the spec. hat looked like a design upon them-that he '
humane exertions we were indebted for ou: I to the inspection of police officers, counsel wa A BENEDICT. I
much talking amongst themselves they brought ators, but thtlir solicitude soon gave way to a ubbcd his forehead, adjusted his hat, &c.,
clease-not only for this-but also for tin I and witnesses!, and it was thought had been A benedict who had recently entered 2t* r
bud late. He then young .
ua some rice and fish, which we ate. They liflerent emotion. The fatal rose was an and that discovery came too ,
wind, generous and hospitable treatment< horoughly examined in every part. Yet the luxuries of a a home, house- ? t i
then again motioned to us to be off. I took! \rrti ,cial ont >hade him good morning and went his way.- ipon \ifl
net at bis hands during the rest of our stay ir to the jury made a moat impor- and the of 7
them to our boat, and made signs te them tha range say shortly after, the jeweller, a be walked a. seeping, prospects a family, was

it was impossible for us to go to sea in such a Japan-we are under deep and lasting obliga ant discovery whilst the garment was with A Cll.P PAINT. ound the counter, was accosted.by the clerk, net one day by W., as he was in the act of y

small thing, and that if they would give us lions to him. hem. This was the existence of an inside The following receipt for making a cheap Why, what is the matter with your panta. ransporting a fine lobster in its native bluo Ifiniform.

the materials for building a larger one, \\'e Ten days after we were put on board: the pocket in the coat, the liningof which contain. paint> without; oil, is copied from the American loons ? how came you to tear them so ?'- W., suspecting his acquaintance tobe t i

if i would go away in it. On this there was another Dutch ship Hertogcnbosch-here we receivec ed; several spots of blood. Mr. Kademacher, J Burner, published in Baltimore. I was fur. Nothing that I know of' was the answer. green enough to be caught, went Up to him .-

ir consultation among them, and one of the best possible treatment and attention, unti in his evidence, says that when he was woke lished by James Boyle Esq of Annapolis, Where !l' Why just look !l'rhen 10 J his with a look of astonishment, and inquired how (jle

r them wrote something on a piece of paper and our arrival here, when we were handed o"erLy ip, and was engaged in a struggle with the Maryland. I is pronounced the very best pocket was found to have been cut by the are had suffered himself, be so dreadfully rj t

the authorities to the United States Consul, nurderer, the! latter had not any weapon ; he vergiven.To bit" i a
cent a man away with it. In about half an tist, with his new instrument, and his pock
who although in a very weak state of healti tnigglcd with him until so weak that the as. make i Ipaint without white lead or oil, .Bit !" returned Benedict unsuspectingly, f
hour be returned with a letter which was read took with not only the thirty dollars r
aloud of them and then extended his protection towards us! and fur assin could hold him with one hand, and that ike gone besides. Verdict of the "I'm sure I don't know! it must have been tone
by one we were ordered just paid, but 8400
to get into a boat again, after heirs rushed us with the few articles of clothing, hen the Jattcr put his hand in his bosom, as 2 quarts skimmed mik, ,ublic-' Served him right !'-N. Y. of those deuced mosquitoes ; show me :: tfl '
Trb.une.
searched and deprived of everything we had &.c., which we so much in need of-for a1l! if to draw out a weapon. lie took out some. 2 ounces fresh slacked lime, here they are and I'll get my wife to put I *, ,

about us. They then got another boat: to to\\" which we feel extremely grateful. hing, witness did not know what but thoughtt 5 pounds whiting. ome spirits of hartshorn on them !" *tl A ;

which Your obedient servant, a pistol. At this point his recollection ceas- Put the lime into a stoneware vessel, pour Spirits of fiddlesticks !" said W., "it's
the river proceedein
we
along and
ours
up lake GEORGE HOW, :d. Now, this evidence can readily bo ex- it a sufficient quantity of milk, to make The Presidency-Clay Taylo.Tcpolticans spirits of anotber kind you wait, my dear fel
this until l we got into a on one determined to ?
aide of way which stood a house covered all aroun Second Mate late ship Lawrencefor tlained by the discovery made by the jury.- upn resembling cream, the remainderf seem and the Whig signs rle ofthe Prt"a. ow. But metaphorically, I mean-how came >. t s'

self and fellow.sufferers. iVhen Mr. Rademacher was waked, it was the milk is then to be added ; and lastly to let yourself persuaded into buying fcj i
with which made to enter. you
Conven-
mats, we were that National
when the" after the murderer had despatched Mrs. II., the whiting '::is then to be crumbled and spreadn are quite clear a Whig a dead lobster Why,the thing is blue,almost ; itn
We remained in it until
night the of
,
of En
) Queen of England.The Queen and had broken the knifo found in the bed.lis the surface of the fluid, in which it gradual. tion wi again present name Henry I a state of !'* *, V-
came again with a lantern and ordered us I to gland has celebrated the revolution in France Clay; the people as a candidate for the pop. putrefaction
hands have had blood this it must be stir-
must some upon Iy At period wel "Why, I asked the woman about .
follow them motioning to us that if we endea do link. President. The demenstrations tbaf
and the threatened rebellion in her own lar suffrage t
hem which was transferred to the inside lining red or ground, as you would othfr paint, a eplied Benedict, and she coughed,
rored to go in any other direction we would ninion, by presenting her subjects with anothsr for Mr. Clay, throughout the North and a ;
his the knife lor There de added
of his out fit
coat, upon taking and it is use. may any hey were always blue before were .
, be killed. We followed them on foot for three ; dear little Princess. Mrs. Partington, from the establishment of Mr. Hortz and oloring matter that suits the fancy.' Vest, are very stro-g, and, we opine, over- ooked." \ '
or four hours until we cam to a town, when the Boston Post much in. while the demonstrations
to was we regret 3
according vhich the circumstances so strongly show the : It is to be applied in the same manner as owering; "You dont soYh! she must hate I
introduced into brick tha say !
ire were a building crested in this expected event : I in behalf of our favorite candidate,Gen. Tay.lor
been in of. That and in few hours it will
10 have ther a be verdant.
prisoner possession paint, akcn to Peugh not
quite
ti be the of tho town. They lecoDel half dozen you
Appeared} to prison ; 'Is the steamer signified, sir? asked the that with which Another coat are mainly confined to some "
r j jII hen locked all in small cell and kepi no other instrument except perfectly dry. may New and so near if you pleas, exclaimed W.f holding
All
us a Y 'a'm' States.
up old at the telegraph station. ( I England,
> lady, work i is Southwester '
ilr. It. was beaten was previously used, np- ded, and so on, until the completed.'his his nose. Why, what a cold must have '
whole of the 1 you
vigilant watch over us the < the clerk who busily engaged I tbe Middle States, and Ohio, embracing the
was
I cpiied >ears by his evidence ; and the fact of his lo- paint m of great tenacity, and posesses alight not to smell it." *
night.( In the morning we were blindioldet the leaves of the day book.- I lain Whig strength of the Union, arc undoubt.
over
urning recollection after the which enables it to bear rub.
his
&ing immediately ( elasticity "Well I have Butvhat
Lad led to the house of the Governor where I and a tbat'.tre.
of ccJ
Mr.
Can tell me, continued the. 'if the dly warmly in favor Clay ; we
you nurderer put his hand) in his bosom, is per hing even-with a coarse woolen cloth, without shall I do with thing 1" con. .
re were questioned and examined, and askecif d in Con-
iueeri's encroachment has taken place jet ?, apprehend, will prevail general Whiz
I jctly reconcilcable with a supposition of a being in the least degree injured. It has the with look of
inued a :
we were Englishmen alter which It"du' '' unhappy purchaser ;
they the
Some say she is encroaching all time, loss of blood from wounds by a sharp instru. or no smell even when wet, and whenry vt"ntion.-.Vtphi.(Ten.) Eagle, a Taylor di[ never do to take it hoe to my
to Not
again our prison. a da passed the oldIdy ltle Uitit'1 4
;aid! the clerk! looking pleasantly' at after the verdict inodorous. It is not subject *
nent. Immediately (was is perfectly pap.A laugh me for a month.
I without our being examined and (1Ut"litionedrega.rding wifeh. wol a
with his
II and evidently pleased own smart. delivered, the prisoner was taken back to tho to be blackened by sulphrous or anima! va. And right she would be,"
our country, religion, and the I call said very
Scene in Court. answer
i that could be every ess. 'That isn't possible, responded" County; Prison, in the charge of the officers. pon and is not injurious to health. Al upon you "I shall, sure. But tell .. i
her particular thought of.- what \ Im Il
herself
but said she to tbe counsellor to state distinctly
dame ,
,e.nerable upon
decided *
; has been
for trial it advantage
The motion a new not yet ualities gjve a over to il a porter, pay him before
made themselves understood arrange -
They to u" bj to the c
slJ'htLings
about to
how could he be expected to know nade, nor have the Court fixed a day for the rhite lead.! uthority you are prepared swear and, and give him a false direction. You e
ugns and principally by drawing& on paper, at hehonld'nt lare's ?" what authority t" sid
why
there is Upon
[ ? and no reason
yet above mentioned is sufficient age
entence. The quantity, send him to house, if like, and i
In this my
which were expert. prison "You re an yo Il
they very for all the bars to science, 'notary that has been with the ostler, interrogatively. are
about eleven We understand Langfeld for> covering 27 square yards one coat. hue thrown away for you !I"
confined bur months
we were and them is let down now-a-days, and ply to, and not repeat questions put to i ;
things onfined to the floor of his cell by a heavy "Capital, dear friend," the de1
:tad not once did we set a single foot out of i it like "I dosen't consider a man's bound to my sid .
satur is shown all undressed, a poppet chain which obliges him to confine his move. Horse's horse you. victim. Confound it what clever *
Ascertain ,
during that time. Every day we bad an allowance To a Age.-E\ery afore he's time to turn itin J piled a

of rice, fish aud water, and once they how sixpence a sight J'! tents for exercise within very small space ba six teeth above and below-before three answer his mind.a question Nothing can be more simple, feloTa are j you always bare an eipedi. t r

gave us a sort of liquor caUed sakie. W CI Tlie ranl-tt.-lIe is! self denying, always The desperate character of the prisoner and ycar old he sheds his middle ones--at three than the question put. I again repeat it : Iady-IU do it at once." _* .

drank revived and madeus Ho is the fear of his doing some boldily injury to the ho sheds one more each side of the central Ir do th* black fellow across the seet"
it, and it naturally us rying, and into everything: prying. a Fpon what authority you swear to ani.tal'a
then and the officers of the prison, are the reasons for the I seth-at four be sheds the two corner and said \ +., calling to him. ADd now f .
feel
a little more cheerful : they again aver of piety, propriety, notoriety, age? "The best respondedthe
examined us and took down our depositions it mperance society. lie is dragging, brag- doption of these precautionary measurers. lat of tho fbrc teeth. Between four and five witness, graffly.4t authority/such eva- : of it, I have a capital lobster at home. Coma f, ;

writing, thinking perhapa that under the influe&c ;ling, striving, thriving, swopping, jostling) ,I the horse ciits' his under tusks, at which time sion ? Why not state it at once 1" "Wel and dine" with me to-ay. a we will des

of the liquor; we would give them wbatt'trinf'ormation ustling, wresting,musical,qtiizical, astronom. Border DijJin} .-The Iowa Gazette com- his moth will be complete. At six the then, if you must have it"Must "i patch it. !
that the Hudson Bay Company is making and hollows will begin to fill up a lit "I will, I will," answered the humbugged,
we had before endeavored tc ical, poetical philosophical, and comical, sort plains grooves have it, vociferated the counsellor interrupt. f
"
Vprtu. About this time all the men, to. of a character} whose manifest destin is to encroachments upon that State. The 'I lie-at seven the grooves will be nigh filledup ing the witness. .Well, then, if you must "you may count upon me. Good day. hAnd

8eU w with myself fell sick and what with tread civilization: to the remotest corners oJthe article asserts that the Company has formed ,exceptthe corner teeth,Icavinglittle: brown and will have it," rejoined the ostler, with thw victim dined, of
illy: the miserable situation we were in, and earth, with an eye always on the look out settlements and erected posts thirty miles !' spots formerly were. At eight the whole of imperturable gravity, "why, then, I had it lobster-Ar. Y. Sprit of the Times.The .

the bad within the borders of Iowa, and demands that the hollows and groves are filled up. At nine mare's mouth. A simultaneous
clianco.Dickens. tho own
treatment we met with from our guards, for the main mselffrom committees with the .
charged
Who the United States! shall dispossess the intruders. there is vbry often seen a small bill to the the prepar.aliens
frequently struck and insulted in & Sonjalized bunt of laughter rang through
laid that Donibey
us every .-It i is I tt"eth-the of the tusk is for the National Conventionhave I

!J("iUe way they could, we gave up all hopes $30,000= yet Dickens! by his extrav-. I outside corer the that point was concave be. court. The judge, on the bench, could with secured the upper U.hi the Chinese
When worn part
Kentucky Judge risible muscles
ever in debt andre The Very Last.- a difficulty contain his to judicial
Betting out of prison again.::; ijant mode of living, is deeply to fill and become rounding-the Museum for its sittings. Te lower floor
t IS C 6'n better, however, and were informed proceeds of his brain arc mortgaged to some years since, was asked by an attorney, d gins of jhe up ccntral teeth begin to decorum. be devoted exclusive to delegate and
"Is that law disappear I wi
!bat squares
we bad a ruling, your
t, to jedj0f where the Emperor upon strange extensive galleries to ap'caa'ors.-PAila.
R0 cn creditors
hi it the court understand and the gums leave them small and narrow Header two simple lines we trace t
Iired. They put us on board of a junk, What the dirtcnt" does Boz do with 110much honor he repliedJJ: To fill what rise I were vacant space. American.
and slowed us in the Lold-a dark, filthy! place, cash: ? herself and she kink she do, it are ,' at the top.i: JeIAi





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Lrrc' : 'or ";:':; pots" of Washington. They have greatest- hrlng f tale, nan--tf -
'
ominously
P insulted and the is nun
..f.tr I Mr. Cabell'* Vindication. rprscntatioA"-Wlt making a statement ,Justice far, (roan in my the purpose allusion to I mde"iKepren to you. 0*He to then* youUte m- merely ,preaches a organ homily on "tinion lit not quailed before .the poplartemps. They rather U right" than b PrttMent 1ho .oJ
to correct .
true"-"promiaing than met United States. 0 t.
1't hare with more I
I
\ n that be from many ent1ementhat1 approved in the locofoco Party--party- frmneu
moify"
'T ig.t :" For tie Floridian.HoiSK the misstatement," which is not done-with of ba principle hear embodied 10 Mr lmot'S proviso is the party.altar on which its of.feritigs the shock-hare hurled the faggot Here, then, is a system (or the '
,1 ; 44 sending a falsehood, knowing and acknfticledging and this information from what be n jour country- the incendi. abi
!: ii << OF REPRESENTATIVES: receiving laid. It ha never sustained or encouraged and pointed Congressional slavery more revoking to the I 2

Wb May Gb; 1648.Genllemtn i t b such, on its errand of delusion," posed mind of to the be reliable; that source, but (,or he my had absence no doubt from 00 Ii are Mr. Calhoun or other Southern Senators back ary the gibbet u the ultimate reward of slaveholders than uy'bertorre Ufgc*.?

,il't; I t t': '. : I lure been too much en gf'd'J &c. city,be fac certainly have spoken me before peculiar friends of Mr. Polk,in their their Ja".leueu. and i cban'Dg. 0
t .... .,: with more important mutters, notice (be numcrous The Floi of the lit April copies this, taking the liberty t8 ne my name. t efforts no to maintain the rights of the slavehoM- I hare here expressed no opinion as to the people prone for &bn
article, indulges in certain strictures of i i. perfectly ; to me, of the Whig I point to their to the state of iU br
f i.; articles, published from time to time in Tll explanation at.fator ing (States by one word of encouragement or feeing party. adoption
l Jt its own. very much regret that I not receive I b and leave the task of and rewarding bring about. fair ,
..,.; .f'.r papers, in which you have indulged in di acts, analsing Te heritage !
ymir With of gentlemen, my relations fore sending any letter of the in.tnt to you. support.AJ them the They must answer would become 0 o fk
'J ; Iamb and unmerited censure and abuse i f al you and kindness. I The motive "of these unjust representations a to short tim we saw Mr. Foote, tberecgnie to pople. mockery in the bud
hare of
those
,; (...! tn)- c\Cf\ ; since the commencement of the pre. courtesy my opinion i i. perfectly obvious; and I may be permitted eg administration, sternly before that son. The degenerate descendants. The BOW
; '.,. sent session of Congress. have been pleased to btJe'e that the senior to add that I have been told that an attemptwas andharply rebuke one of the Senators from Southern ballot box will speak the voice of happy and prosperous under the bU

'!"i.1: ., .!"';1'_'' I ba'repaidiulercgardtoyourcharge!; that editor of I he Floridian my personal friend.He made to operate on some of my Ntrthera friends Florda| (Mr. Yulee.) for his efforts to sustain freemen, and it "j be rain for party leaders wise relations, which exist the ud
::1'
l t i c, :: :.'t\ I **betrayed tho dearest interests of the South," will accept my acknowledgments 'ibr thedeciara by stating to them the the opinions of I those have time thus and Lopwed again the rights of the South. And it was but the to seek to hide enormity of their offences and servant, would ere long, when m.ter nm.

.I ;b: ;::" ., because, with the entire Southern Whig dele- 'i in of his unwillingness to believe me expressed Mr. CABCLLKespvctfullv directly revere other day that Mr. Douglas, a democratic Senator from the people. They may be and doubtlesswill be red by a free and educated bUck |

.)4 :::':: galion voted for a gentleman to bo Speaker guilty of the dishonorable act which the edi. upon your- friend and obedient servant {from Illinois, dtnonc Mr. Calhoun and be to some extent deceived, but wo to the tion, present a seen of ruin andover Jt

lJ.;:., ,'i oft the House of Representatives: whose for 'lois of the JYnl do not hesitate to charge, in B. B. FRENCH. othef Southern Senator as Southern fanatics leader who are the instruments of that de. which humanity might weep 1 pfcQ.

1: ; j. '. tune it is to reside in a nonslave.holdingSlate. the most positive manner, upon the loose, in. I regret that Mr. F. did not publish the en. ,"! for the expression of their just indignation ception. Tekel" wi be graven on their anthropy drop a tea. Te presence ofw L
"
; :
:. ; ;;.L' Your desperate efforts to make the direct testimony", of an extract from a South tire correspondence between us ; but the foregoing 6n the occasion of the proposition of Mr. foreheads, and a a lasting and ignobleas a population, rioting in wild .

t;, ,. people of Florida believe that I am tainted Carolina paper. letter relieves me from the charges of Halei ( psuedo-dcmocrat,) to introduce a bill that of Cain will mark them to the grave.It liberty fur which they 'er delerQ 0

t t. ; with abolitionism! have but excited a smile of The charge of any unfriendly interview between intentional misrepresentation of him. It is but to protect a negro thieves in the District of Co. is necessary that great questions be discussed tion and habit would inspire in the t,
i
f !" : .. ': contempt. The accusation is too preposter. Mr. Winthrop and myself i wholly due to myself to state that the first note fromMr. lumb a. fully and openly. It is not, therefore, those still dragging along their grudging .(

'. ;.i; ous. Burn at the South-reared among slaves I idse. Mr. W. never spoke to me any but F. wa received after the publication of |s known that the democrat, who with in captious feeling that I have alluded hastily rio of servitude those sentiments of pe

;: 1 ::., -living and expecting to live and die among; the kindest and most civil terms in regard to the last copy of my letter. I. Calhoun, have been most inflexible in to the position of the Whig party in Congress. could only be extinguished in blood ug

: 2 .: them-the most of properly consisting nf my letter, which was written without consul Before bringing this communication to a maintaining Southern interests, hare been ris- I hare not intended to offend any, unless the slaughter.

j; (' .." .: slaves-this charge has really!! appeared too ndiculoiis tation with him. Nor did he ever suggest close, permit me to say that I have had no de. by the proscriptive vengeance of Mr. Polk, (truth should be of.siYe. And now I propose What bosom not steeled to every

L of :1. .'.: 10 des ne serious notice. I certain. any cemplaint at the statement that he ,'a sire to make the question of abolitionism a itt as unrelenting severity as have the whigs. to look to the position of the Whig party a of pity, or what fanataciim not eEi
not an abolitionist. On the contrary, h" ap. question in the South. No true defined themselves in Florida, and see if it deepest of the human
.; 'p '. Ir have not the least idea defending myself mere party But Ii forbear. I do not hold the Southern democracy by depravity bet
.t t .. pealed to the rotes of the three avowed abo. friend of the South will hesitate to is such the honest masses of the must condition of htu
: : : : ugaiittt it. You may make the most out, and deprecate certainly not the Florida democracy, a position a deplore a
!" ,. il you can make the people Florida believe litionists of the House, (Messrs. Giddings, such aUempt. All parties with us should be responsible for this, nor will I hold them rs. Whig party here will consent to stand on for would reproduce results that hare steeped i

''$ 4 '. this absurdity, I no longer desire to bo their Tuck and Palfrey,) again him a Speaker, united act together on this vital topic.- sponsible if as is believed, the Baltimore Con. one moment after they have ascertained the island of San Domingo in human blood,urf te

4 :" '. Representative. a evidence that he was not so considered by Those of the locofocos in Florida, who may vention refuses to repudiate the principles of finally converted that warm isle of the oceta

;; :. : : lint, gentlemen, my constituents have more them, and to the abolition newspapers of the seek to mingle this vital question i our local the Wilmot proviso, and nominates one of the fact.I believe it is taken for granted by eTer int* a waste 1 Then let the fremt of

: .\ .: ":: intelligence; than you give them credit for.- North, for abundant evidence to the same ef. party contests, do not consult the true interests infected democrats to catch the northern abolition man of every party amongst us that no can. rida arouse to a sense of danger. F

."4 '. '. They cannot (fail to observo that the men who feet. The only passage in my letter to which of the South ; and some of them, as I hare be. Vote-some "Northern man with Southern didate can receive our votes for the Presidency, not the siren song of the party leader Lt,
I he called my attention, was the following :- observed,are not identified with slaveholders who is not withus to Governments hare
; .. t. have inofct s'ioleiitlydenounced me, have gen. for feelings, like Mr. Van Buren-I believe Vice Presidency or Congress, sleep. crmble to
i '.' erally little permanent interest in the country i .I i is \'el known to those who are engaged l in in feeling,or principle, or interests. Their the Florida' democrats will, with few excep. on the subject of 11a yerl. I know this was dut and revolution and mark-
-that few slaves and : this purpose to stir the blood and exasperate excessive zeal and the superabundant noise such nomination insult peculiarly the feeling of the Whig three career of those who hare led the
:: .) .; they own or no are the feelings oi the South on this delicate subject of tions, repel a as an party pub.
;. mostly natives of the free Slalu--tbat they : Slavery, that the object of the Abolitionist can b they make may, without illiberality, bo considered and I congratulate them that they will have an years since when Mr. IOCKEBKOUGI run lie councils. If the Whig party can nllj

are in many instances. mere adventurers orpolilical obtained, so far a the reference of their petitions a exhibited to a"er natural suspicions opportunity showing their fealty to the South for Congress. They detected something in the standard thus upraised-if they eta t

S tradesmen, recently from the North, or concerned, without. a vote of the House-aimplf by as to their sentiments, owing to past recent affi by rallying to the support of the IVhig cnl. the address which he wrote, and which was operate with leaders who thus unscrupulously e

: .. foreign country, who have been, for a been presenting repeatedly them so at referred.the Clerk's The table.Committees They have hare, liations. If the people Florida will note the date, the gallant hero of the Rio adopted by the Convention of the Democratic swallow the dogmas of the great embodiment

; few years, "seeking their fortunes" in the in all case, reported them back to the House, andasked individuals of that party most virulent in assailing I trust, gentlemen, I shall find you party of Middle Florida, which they in their -then may the South, indeed, haul dow ta

: South, and who,coming thus a-nong us, with to be dilharge frtm their consideration.Thin. .- Northern Whigs indiscriminately, as ting with me and Mr. Winthrop in copr. keen sightedness discovered to squint of abo. glorious ensigns of her power and *

4,'. all their anli-slavery! prejudices of early edu. i.* I the course approved by Mr. Winthrep. I,in identified with Northern abltionist they will tion to the Presidency of an honest, truehearted lition. He said some thing about our slave and wrapping herself the mantle greal komH.

t. \ cation, pretend to understand our institutions opposed common their with reference.most of the But Southern the idea members that the, have reference perceive the correctness rmark. I do Southerner and ,lareOldt for whom the population receding farther South, and it becoming ity, surrender the last proud heritage 0 rle

f better than we do ourselves, and profess to be of one of these petitions to a Committee, bya not propose to question tht opinion which tM Whigs of Florida cast votes. I am at some time, perhaps, the interest of fathers.

;. I ., beJler friends of the Sout/i,than men who have Whig House of Representative, renders our slave entertain as to their peculiar fitness to repr. sure you will not suffer your party feelings to the more Northern and barren States holding In my next, I shall examine the position ef

'I ', been taught from their infancy to regard abo. property less secure, than the tame reference,which sent the interests of the South. These gentle. cause you for a moment to lose sight of "the slaves to manumit them ; and oh horrid the young and talented member from Florida .

,. lition and abitionists with titter abhorrence. had frequently I been made by a Democratic Houe,is men surely cannot be aware that, if I could dearest interests of the South ;" and if the con. thought, the idea of running a man who could ," and show that it is any thing but such
too absurd to deserve
0 : These purely disinterested politicians, and ration.palpably' a momentJ cD.ide. wish to prostitute this great interest of the test comes between Gen. Taylor and a north. think of any States setting their few remaining as a high minded and generous Southern party

44_peculiar_friends of the South," having _no This occurred some days miter the appear. South to mere party purposes, the most fearful ern democrat, you will rte with me for OLD slaves tree when they ceased to be valuable can tolerate. SOUTHRON.

'. slaves oftkfir own to care for, very kindly devote ance of my letter in the Intelligencer, but the proof exists of the fraternization of some of ZACK." as operatives was shocking, and Mr. .

.,. themselves to the interests of slaie holders day after Mr. Winthrop read it. The only the present locofoco administration with the incendiaries I repeat that I do not hold you and other BIOCX&HIO1GI hunted down by them

: "..'' and Leach them how to protect their pro. change he suggested in t the letter, was a trans. of the non-slareholding States, and Southern democrats rc responsible for the fact as though he was a fanatic, and our high toned THE FLOBIDM.}
1 that some of the most and abolition faction. _
$ : Iledr. position of a line in the above sentence, so : unprinciple desp. that the leading North are Florida Democracy an
;; No, gentlemen, you cannot: in this way af as to make the words : This is the course a rate enemies of Southrn rights are abolitionists ; but I woul suggest for your Now let us feed them a little out of the 'LET VI ALDUS."

'1 '.: fret my standing with the people! of Florida. approved by Mr. Winthrop"-preccdelhe sen. .Northern locofocoi. wi not follow the example consideration, the morl on a well known fable same spoon, but with drug immensely more 6 _

z ,, They know that ay interests in the State are lence beginning: The Committees have, in set me of accusing leading Southern in Esop-"Those who 1 live in glass bow bitter ; .and I am sure if they were honest before Saturday, June 3, 1848.

fixed! and permanent: and identified! with theirs, all cases, reported them back," &c.I democrats of being infected, it wouldbe es," &c. they will be ashamed themselves now.

and that I cannot betray them, without sacrificing : did not regard the alteration material, as unjust. But I do say that the influence of Indisposition, from which I hare not yet en. Various Whig meetings have been held in DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIOXS.

.; roywlf. They will not belic\e that I had properly represented Mr. W., so far us Northern abolition democrats has been all potent tirely prevented me from writing Florida of late, and most of them eulogised PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED

(;aIle and Hillard, of Alabama ; Toombs, regards the main of the sentence, to wit : with the present administration. Can it this communication immediately after the receipt Mr. CLAY, and nominated him for the Presi FOR VTATIf:
GEN. LEWIS
Stephens and Jones, Georgia, Thibodaux "the reference! of pint petitions under the rule." be forgotten that one of tIle'cr first nomina. of the Arcir of the 15th ult. I pray youto dency. Hear what tho Jackson County CAS,

: .. of Louisiana, Gentry and Harrow, &c., of But I expressed my regret that I bad misun. tions by Mr.I Polk was George Bancroft of pardon its length. I could not, in justice : Whigs said! in mass meeting held March 21, Or MICHIOAI.rem .

Tennessee, More bead, Thompson, &c., of derstood his position in the slightest degree, Massachusetts,whose incendiary abolition principles to mJel make it shorter. I respectfully ask 1818 : vies PREIDL"T:
Kentucky Chapman, Roman, &c., of Mary. were notorious ; who has avowed them of all the in the State I
for I feared it was too late to make any correc. Eitors papers Resolved, That the principles expounded GEN. WILLIAM O. BUTLER
land, Preston, FJournoj, &c., of Virginia; orally and in printed publications under his which this is ,
tion. My letter having been several days in in which charges to a replyhave and the policy recommended in Mr. CLAY'S
Or KENTUCKT.
He has been since
and Barringer and Donne]], &c., of North the bands of the printer, and some of the co. proper name sent to been published, will, as an act justice, Lexington speech and resolutions, are sound,
: Carolina, who voted with mo to elect Mr. England as Envoy Extrorinar and :Minister this letter in their columns. FOR COTERNOR OF FLORIDA:
and that give a place
,. pies printed, sent day to my constituents vise and patriotic, and that they meet with
% Wiuthrop, and Holmes, of South Carolina, a in Florida-among others to yourselves Pleniptentiar can indulge Ilis phi. Your ob't ,er't our hearty support and GEN. WILLIAM BAILEY. I

Democrat, who assented to his election, by and the editors of all the I with Clarkson and CABELL.To apoa. mR CONCBEIS:
: from the Hall all papers- Wright and their English abolition Now let turn to and see the
uiihdrawiag tainted U
are feared entire order had been compeers the Editors of the Floridian and News. WILLIAM P. DUVAL.
.. '. with abolitionism, and traitors to the dearest my completed. in devising ways and means to insult and outrage principles which he expounded, and the policy
I proceeded, however, immediately to the which he recommended and then shall
interests of lie South.1 And these the South. Another notorious antislavcrite For the Floridian. we
yet [ ]

gentlemen
office and found that about PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS:
printing 2000
Lave done precisely what I did. Had co. Marcus Morton, of Massachusetts, is a be at no loss to define the position and feelings FOR
pies had been printed. The The institution of is the GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, Of St. Johns.
transposition slavery now object
of the of Florida, announcedby
: insisted ; this election office-holder under Mr. Polk, nomina. Whig as
we upon makng turn on suggested by Mr. W. was made, and 2500 ad. ted fa'orit him Collector of open assault by the free States. Step by the party of this hold. CHARLES H. DUPONT, Of Gadsden.
sectional issues, and refused to vote for Mr. by a of the Customs for Whigs strong
J, Winlhrup, because he was a Nerthern man, ditional several hundred copies, thus corrected, were printed, Boston, an office in which he can best infuse step have their Representatives in Congress My opinions," says Mr. CLAY, "on the JOHN MILTON, Of Jackson County.

the of the Northern Representatheswould more than my original order. his principle to our injury ; though that nomi. encroached upon it. Cautiously have they subject of slavery are well known. They

_ 't'otl have been contentrated All of which, except a few extra copies, have nation was resisted by Southern Senators of envenomed us by their insideous approaches. hare the merit, if it be one, of constancy, uniformity For the Campaign !
some one
: peculiarly unacceptable to the upon South, who been distributed. This change was made at all parties, and, a I hare learned, by both of They bare professed to some extent to regard and 'long duration. I have ever regarded We will furnish the FLO a rci AN"from tbel h

would have been elected. So far from its the earliest opportunity. None other was the Senators from :Florida. the Constitution, but as the plot has ripened, slavery a a great evil. A wrong, for the Jane, instant, until Cbri.tma for ONE DOLLAR -
:
;1' : being true that my could hare elected a proposed-none other has been made. Thisis The appointment of Mr. Nourse, Collector they hare boldly unmasked their intentions, present, I fear, an irremediable wrong to its Six copies will be sent to one Post O&

: Southern Speaker, rte has been stated in the simple (trtb. Neither Mr. Winthropnor at Bath, Maine, of Wright as Naval Agent at and the war is now openly declared. Our unfortunate victims. I should rejoice if not a for FIVE DOL'RS-Tirtem copi.tor XYDOLLfRS

_t: you will find a, if you will take the trou.yourrapr myself has sought to conceal it. The Boston, (both rejected by the Senate, and chiefly slaves are enticed away. They are protected single slave breathed the air, or was within QO- No paper will be seat however,
of Ihe of Constitutional
statement of'.he words total provisions, "
in
the calculation, that, if Mr. Win. transposition re. by Southern rotes,) and of a dozen other disregard the limits of our country. at these rates, without the money accompanies the
ferred to being a typographical error," is Northern abolition by special enactments of some of the mol Here is the principle which he expounded order and the in all to
.' tfirop, who was in the House at the time, had leading demor against ; postage cases must b paid
.- voef and founded entirely upon these facts, which it can the wishes of Southern that populous of the free States. Masters pursuing to the which has excited the ensure attention.
( if every Whig role from State Senator Lelingonians
every readily seen would induce such them refugees, and claiming them un.
9. Xoutli rftlie had been given fur the supposi. the course of the administration has been to a of Florida Whigs, which OO: We are induced to make this offer that U e
Polmr tion, and hence, I the the Constitution, are murdered in codb0. !
'. highest democratic candidate, Mr. Boyd, of presume publication court and encourage e, and even the mostobnoxious del they pronounce sound, ue and patriotic, and people may b. fumi.he at a trifling cost, with a
said have been rewar Piratical vessels fitted and sent
to made in the Boston Atlas, are up which and
to they
Kentucky, he would not hare ejected.NotwJtWtanding of the incendiary pledge hearty support paper which is now and ever his ben battling on
bn i as that papor was not authorized to make such our shores to abduct them under cover of Now for the which ho .
l' :, predictions of Who is the author of the Wilmot Proviso ? approval. policy re the side of truth and justice; and we earnestly, invoke -

.' ..:" myself.These their are
cowardly
rights &c., to result from the election identified with it. Victor Piollet, of Pennsylrania goes on thus : Middle, E1 and South, in placing the M FLORQ
the facts in of officers for trial,
of an only within knowledge placed custody legal
4 the my is man who proposed in the Legislature IA in the haids of of the people u
hue the
4 1 Winihrop-notwithstanding lh According to system we a many pos
to sustain the charges, which, if true, they have enlisted the most copious Congres. attempted
cry which was made about packing Com. would and fchould of Pennsylvania the resolutions instruct sional No word of censure falls near the close of the last century, all slues sible. We are about to engage in aa exciting and
consign to sympathies.
S roiHecs! against the South," &c.-he people charges of"wilful my name fraud infamy and, ing the Pennsylvania delegation in Congressto from the lips of any, save one, from the free in being were to remain such, but all who important canvass,and it become u to keep the p
; of State that misrepresentation put it forward and adhere to it. He was ple constantadvised! of the movements of our '
my see not a single report has falsehood." You speak of other States-the gallant HANXECAX-whose name might be born subsequent to a specified day, D
: l I'ecn made having au rewarded by President Polk with the lucrative party-whig" There i i. better
byany Commitee, which in any thority" to what I base deserves to be enrolled amongst the noblest of were to become free at the age of twenty. opponents. DO way o
a
'-: l"grer, favors the schemes oldie abolitionists, You prove threaten pronounced i office of Paymaster in the army, and But efforts to eight, and during their service were to be effecting this than by circulating sound and tried
'I calumny. to produce it if I dare our statesmen. great are made
I. t. ., iLo3 b more than: five months of the session infamous accusations. I hare de. sent to the South on duty a few months since condemn and trammel the people whose rights taught to read, write and cypher. After a democratic papers, and we again call on our friend

.. kas pitted. They cannot fail to observe too, deny nied them your, and again them The nomination was opposed by the Southern are violently assailed. hard struggle, the system was defeated, and / to aid in accomplishing this desirable object.

; .; : ,that n tucccAtfiul has been made in the I pronounce basely" Senators, and among them, it is understood, by Gentlemen Southern constit. regret it extremely, as if i had then been
tort challenge to produce
1 : fae. you your au. those from Florida, and he was rejected. And representing Democratic Nominee
Whig of State would be rid of
.7 .. present Representatives to thority." Let me know who is uencies have become excited in debate when adopted, our now nearly
.. '. adopt tL{trincij'lc of the Wilmot Prot.uo1ic1 Let the people of Florida know the my authorityupon accuser. yet, within a few days past, Mr. Polk has re. they were,told that it was not wrong to steal that reproach." I will be seen in our paper to-day that General

: was carried through the last democratic which calumniate nominated him for the same office, upon the that it in the This is the policy which he recommendedand LEWIS CASS, of Michiganhas been nominated by
you and defame the our properly ; was justifiable
: ', n and that the attempt Jailed by a ma. character of their Justice written application of :orhr democratic sight of God and man. Whereupon such men which, together with the principles above the Baltimore Conrention a the democratic candidate -
: >rity' of 12, on thc 25lhFcbruaiy 1848-the representative. Senators. John \V. pro. the Jackson for the There others we
y from who expounded, was se captivating to Presidency. are
Illinois
.. justice to me, jtiaticc to yourselves, justice to as Judge DOUGLAS, professed
vote being It75, to 03. viso Speaker of the late democratic House ofRepresentatives the Abolition extort from them the following would have preferred,but he is the choice of the
constituents-demands the much
be to t
," my production of (to as opposed Whig
"i' has been appointed by Mr.
these
Under convinced thaimy : majority and we see no reason now why we should
.icstce. that "authority. The editors of the Aictrt any man from the South, rises in his
I < : constituents wouI aurLute your bitter de. will Polk Commissioner Extraordinary to the Court pry a and the fanatic "Resolved, That our first choice for the not support him. He is a frlolg-hie democrat,
me by informing me through their of openly congratulates
S ollge His
.::. wncatiUs f me to proper causes, no. press, what South Carolina paper" they Cccstial7lajestythe Emperor of China. HALE, the Abolition candidate for the Presi. President is hENRY CLAY, of Kentucky, the hu done great semct in the field and in the coun

: thing; 1li you have aid woWdhare rccciv. copied the article so singularly and gratuitously PioUet there are Grover dency, on the accession often thousand rotes. greatest living statesman, the man who would eli-house-ia a man of great abilities-Is familiar
Kathhun
and
. .S cd even -a passing notice at my hands, had abusive of an utter I am ; and also Preston King, congratulates him on the accession often rather be right than be President." with the history and operations of our government

k S you not, in the virulence of your political animosity by giving me the stranger date of the a Boston Alias, Brinkcrhofii this &c., who were constantly agitating and- thousand Yes votes, because the robbed and plun. I know that many will doubt and swear in and with our foreign relation.an maintains a character -

gone so far B to question my reracity, from which an "extrcct" is alleged to hare question in the last Congress, ( dered has raised the voice of warm re. their wrath that HENRY CLAY never uttered of unblemished morality, both in his print

.: and to charge me with personal dishonor.,, been taken. you cannot hare forgotten Jas. G.Birney, who Sot when the Constitution has been such senti.unl and that the Florida Whigs and public relations. Having all these recommendations

-- .' \ Even these charges I would not hare noticed, I do not suspect you, gentlemen, of beingthe cd boasts abolition of having elected Mr. Polk,) all avow. trampled under foot ; when our has could never endorsed such sentiments ; ,he is well worthy the hearty support of all

:, .' '. in this way, bad it not been for an article in, authors of this rile scheme ruin the re. faced democrats." The Northern "dough- been stolen ; our citizens murdered property in its yet such is the fact. Would to God it was not true democrats. We place bis name at tbe head of

.. .; the Jfettf of the 15th Jril from which I, of man who has never t democrats, who go for compromising, peaceable ; and the effort is being so. I refer the reader to Mr. CLAY'S pub. our columns, and will keep it there if the resolutions
putation that for pursuit
.:: make few a injur you. is half OUT rights instead
a, :.., .bor Your columns, I know, arc open your political of the whole taking who away would violate the Constitution made in Congress to justify the robbers and lished speech, to be found in the Tallahassee of the Conrention meet our approbation a Southern
"We find that tbe Whigs oi 4hi< Sate are begin- friends, and I see in of the articles ; only condemn the robbed. It has cometo this, that Whig Sentinel of the 7th December, 1847. nen.
b' ing to testify a jut indignation, many down to 80 30, and who, when seek.
to Southern which fO'Mr.only at the written against me, evidences malignity and Southern will we are to have our slaves stolen from us in They will fad him quoted correctly ; and in There was a time When Gen. CASS was
deal
Cab
treachery interest Il has ing votes, in mysticisms supp
: ,..' m nilf5te1." personal hate which can have no resting place and periphrastic evasions, include I. hordes by organized baads, and if we complain the sameVhig Sentinel of March 21, 1848- to b opposed to the South on the
,,,' .. ,, 44 Mr. Cabell, in Il. celebrate apole-gjr letter, de- in your bear The peculiar characteristicsof circumlocutory democraticcandidates and ;denounce the robbers and their will be found the Jackson County approval. Wilmot Promo but his letter on the subject show

,-, due. that Mr. \ an .boiition it., some of these articles readily enable me to every for one the Norer the dc. abettors, we are wrong ; and men professing Now let us sum up particularly the proposi. that this. is not the (ac!. This letter we will publish
I: the article in Intel-1 Presidency.
upon teeing the divine their aulhorx. be the Abolition rise in tions which hare been avowed by Florida week. The difficulty which has rest
,! inl. a declares ke u on of the South hare forgotten James to opposed to party, : next only
4 S :;: liffcrl.j.and Mr.ptln Cabetl promise* tha correct hittypographieal I shall make no further comments upon the mocracy Buchanan's declared their scats and exult in the accession of Abolition Whigs as sound, wise and patriotic, and sub. ed on Southern minds in regard to him being temo-

_ _- I : i. trrtr1 in his pamphlet. Mil pamphlet I course which has been pursued towards me. the subject slavery formerly before he principles on bo rotes. I there an open and avowed Ab. mit the decision to the whole people Florida. red, he is entitled to our support u a democrat e(
u publubed. and lo and behold there is the i But prfesso t The following are substantially and in almost
I must be permitted sincere olitionist We obsrrrohogot large
t express my fully reformed from federalism hare .in Congress wielding so dangerousan incorruptible interity.
same staring u* in the face." ? they
:tJPorphica: regret that the important election, now approaching forgotten his course on the Missouri question, infueR against us a he who, while he the same language the resolutions! which they Southern rote on every ballot,and this woW Do

0 .: .. But when the democratic papers denounce Mr. cannot be conducted by a fir,open and his avowal of the doctrines that Congresshad professes( tq regard the Federal Constitution, adopted in Mr. CLY'S principles expoundedand bare been possible if his soundness were questiona

- ';S_ Cabell for voting. for a abolitionist, and Mr. Cabell and honorable discussion of the great political the right to abolish slavery in the District thus aims, |with fearful power, the fratricidaldart policy recommended, to wit : ble. He has taken the proper constitutional gronad

-, .5 ,::!, rtIIetbt. Mr.tells Wmthrop Mr. Cabell if not an he ablitioDit and principles and issues in'oh'e. I am prepared of Columbia and in the at our vitals ? Certainly not. U Resolved, That slavery i a great evil, a on the only question connected with slavery which

f.. :. S... tllfM Winihrop! afaltthood.- knowingly for any emergency; ever feeling of my Silas Wright and John TertoriesVer The hloo sbout not course sluggishly wrong for the present we an irremediablewrong can come before him a President, by saying that

,', S \ 5 \he Mr. Cabell darn (o the charge we nature revolts at the idea engaging in a war the constitutional rights Fairfeld. defeners no. through ) any truly Southern man to its unfortunate victims. Congresshas no power to pass the Proviso; u -
e"
hall ." give our authority." 5 of personalities and defamation of character.I M. Niles or John A. Dix or Martin Van Bu. as he contemplates that high handed outragesand Resolved, That we should rejoice if not a being in all other respects a land democrat,b. i*

..::.:: 1 do KKrnA.riCAi.Lr and U1PCUiI"CALL1! fet a proud eonriction thai nay own reputation ren, or any of the prominent locofocos in New these deliberate insults : yet what is the single slave breathed the air or was within the entitled to the support of the democracy throughout

.4 ".E:>Y TUB CIUBCE," and demand "the au.thority" which, for the first time, has been atmt( York or New England ? Geoctal Casa a fact ? Has:any Whig member of Congress limits of our country. the country.
which it is cd to be impeackcd through your papers, a.hove I from the South become Has Resolved, That it is just and proper that W .
4 upon basod. I say, unhesitatingly firm and fearless supporter her rights 1 Can excIted T any The candidate for the Vice Presidency, *
and the reach of political malice. all slaves born after a certain day to come, bconsidered e Gen
: ., .- with .4ttl the responsibility which beyond you rely O any of them ? Those who not one raised the voice of just indignation and 0. of Kentucky a most *. ,

!.:...,, attaches nea* a gentleman, that there is or personal hate. I3t;tI tar.qit disgust. t.fro] ;avowedly our enemies, like Gen. Cass ar ternporizc denounced these lawless pirates a they would free at the age of twealy.eight i Of BUER.course no inn in the South can bare tM 1 least I

AL: not one vortiftmth in the charges contained a warfare so ignominious contemptible.Should .- vciat trim, dodge and shuffle,seek bare denounced me if I had thus lawlessly years, and that we recommend that the Cn. : particle of objection to him. He is well knows 53 :

in ibe preceding-extracts from the New:. I be forced into it, which God forbid, ing t in the abducted theirslares T No. They have stood stitution of the State b so amended and a (faithful excellent, and able democrat, and i;al!*>

_ ., ;'r, I i can be madetoapp.ar that they are it will bo seen by my constituent that the repponaibility and yet delude and suppor Souti. Nor calm and passionless as the domes of the capital laws so regulated it as to allow of the quite distinguished as a soldier. Great as .been

'. s admit that I deserve the execration of rests upon otLers. Look, too, at the course of the admioutra- in which they deliberated. They hare same, and also to compel masters to teach the the Whigs in his Slate, b. .bat-

- '. ,:;, all parties," t use the language of a correspondent I am Ratified t\a the following letter from lon organ of this city. Has it done iu duty left it to the {Southern Democracy on that floorto their servants to read, write and cypher during tied majority strongly o and constantly, with unfailing *"e.

of the News, who signs himself The Mr. B. B. French, published in the Intclligcii. the South on this vital question1 It ) speak for the bleeding South. They hare their period of servitude. I break it down. His efforts to strengthen the democracy
to
b
_ : ; Wbi;" I the charges be 1 true, the pub- cer of the 28th January, escaped your notice: sought t court and conciliate our enemies shrunk fromthe,, duty. 'fhey have feared to .Roor That slavery is a reproach to hare been partially successful, and he M

lie wi properly estimate- those who make TO THE EDITORS.WisHiNOTAtt party purses, and even me its columns the : speak the voice of freemen : have feared to the Stte, that we urge the above system to some reward at the bands of tbe party of

i ;':' J. 28, 1848. Van incendiary an. grasp tho burning faggot with which their of gradual abolition for the purpose of reli v- entitle Like CASS be
which he is so able a champion. .
;! k This !i. the first information I bare tad of GINTLKMSN : I received early this ting Utter athemas against the South. Has it done its houses are to be desolated, and cast them back ing ourselves from it. soldier's in the last war

,; : the indignation of Ibe V.'higs"atmycourse.. from lon. Mr. CAILL.dated on the 2td MuUAtia duty in denouncing the incendiaries in and out upon their miscreant assailants, because it 44 And whereas the above resolutions em. nobly peurme a in part the war with
: have themselves reply t letter to which I referred in my letter might weaken their attachments fairly the sound, wise, and patriotic prm- agiinit Great Britain, and present
No I Irhen
They eertainljr Do 1 expressed Congress! they faltered in blind party -mightalienate boy and inUlligencn
published in the Intelligencer o(this day,whki w Mexico has, his valor, skill
.5 : in pcUic meetings, in all of which obedience manifested thcjm from their Northern Whig ciples expounded and policy recommended by IJ the
-or
1 placed by bun in the post efface of the Hou e, .I have t party a disposition fairoU to tbe highest command i
_.5 .;: my course hat been and I bare since learned, oo that day, but which unforunatly. lo disown Mr. Polk as the greatest and friends just upon the heels of the Presidential Mr. CLAY in his great Lexington speech, to proved equal head of our forces, ti.
apro'ed serric He is at tbe i
_ _ 4. f been recommended (o of Floridaas failed to reach me until to day. best ofmeo doubted the infallibility of"the election. But, thank God, the Democracy which we have this day pledged our hearty now' .
p1e Had that letter reached me, it should have done, and approval : Be it, therefore, heat of the country.We
a candidate for a Organ then the huh has been unsparingly has met the crisis with the heroic firmness of suppor eemy. fuller details to
the of whatever would have the to give I
choke for
(a a former number of the News, the editors been necessity sny publication applied ; but Southern rights have been at. those who lore their homes and the rights of "Resolved, That our frt \i gentlemenbrtIt1T.
.. : wilful and deliberate pecl'Jded. mad the South has the South better titan 'lore the President Is HJORT Cur, -o Kentucky-the the life and character o! these
( charge me ,'ill" si I Idler.Ar. Cabcll says : I was far, very tempt&b outraged, been sunny they






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I The Hen. lire Cabell. the knee to Baal," it i no excuse for Mr. CABE National Democratic CYI a el their ft'orthern brethren ie to b let alone in the: SECOND DESPATCH.CIIARLESTOX Lottery of Paintings. I

Our readers will, nedoubt.be surprised to read in Neither is there force or reason in his assertion thai t This body met at Baltimore, on Monday the 22tult. en joy men| of their rights. They want no laws enacted May 30th 11 A. M. WILL be dijofsed of by Lottery, I soon ss all

, thu day's paper, the communication addressed to the his rote would not have elected a Southern Speaker .,and adjourned Friday, the 20th. After som giving them exclusive privileges under the Southerner arrived, bringing the details r>f number are t.ken.lhe (olo\Iinj PAI:T-

.Editor of the Floridian and the News." from the It is little matter whether such would have been the preliminary steps had been taken the Con\-entiof Government. They can live with the Con ititution news by the Hibernia. Political events in frame r.xnu. al of which will be encased elegant gilt

)( representative' of Honda, the Hon. Mr. C.UJLL case or no. I was his business to look at the previous was organized by the appointment of the Hon. Air I i i in. This is what we want-this will be oar reward Europe threaten great injury to trade. A correct likeness of Gen. DAVID E. Twice, in- I

( Not that they will, for a moment, question our rca- course of Mr. Wiathrop. I he had done so,I DREW STEVENSON of Virginia,a President, and the ; anq if our Northern friends join with us in Confidence had generally been shaken and uniform.

, dines to do that, or any other gentleman justice, he would have found that gentleman, on ail oceations name of one Vice President from each Stat.. A the can'u reciprocating these feelings, as we be spinners had consequently greatly limited theirpurchases A correct likeness of Lieut. Col. C. .\. MAT, ill

Eut the South his influence Committee on Credentials was appointed, to whom shall of Cotton. uniform. &
1 whenever unjustly assailed in our columns. ,voting against -using liee "i we be enabled to witness the

, S they will astonished that we should adn.it a communication and his votes to rescind the rule excluding abolition wa.t referred the claims of the two setts of Delegates verification ef the Penntyhanian't prediction,I all The imports were large, Si\le of week at Byron's Wilh the Works folUwing: Fancy Painting from Lout" *{

J b, which is not confined to a bare attempt petitions-sustaining the Proviso with alibis power, from New York. This Committee reported in favor is well." Livero12.,400 bales. Quotations fair qual. .Auror Raby."" Asfarle..I Maid Saragoza.. 5fjO -

. at but which makes a onslaught on the in Conge and out of it-voting with 22 other whigsin of admitting the Syracuse delegation, (commonly!; same a by last steamer. Inferior qualities : Person appointed to ae a Agents will please 5

whele iDkatio democratic party from the President down- February, 1844, against Mr. Belser's resolution, known a old Hunkers.) After considerable discussion Mr. CabelPs Ifonetty. had declined {d. return the numbers as soon as possible 4RUSSELL

" onslaught reckless and devoid of foundation and deprecating the efforts of aboitioni.1; to induce the Convention determined, by a vote of 120 tw In the communication from this gentleman, which In France a Temporary Government of five April 2j. 1843. Artist. g
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I an which the touchstone of truth will show to be conceived Congress (to interfere with questions of slavery," a 12., to admit both delegations to seats, but thit New will be found in another column, bf says : had been appointed, and I.113rtinf was tuurlli i : z

in a malignant and blind determination to misrepresent calculated to lead to the most alarming and danger York should have only the right (to 3G votes on al (that They no tiiceeiifuJ(iris contitulntt effort has) cannot been made fail in to the observe on the list having lust much of his popularity Teacher Wanted.! 1:;
pre
the democratic party, and to deceive the ous consequences"-rejoicing at this I cursed wa questions before the Convention. The Utica, or sent HT>ig\\ Home of Representatives to adopt the in consequence .f his defence Ledru Kolliu. ',WANTED the Miccosookie Academy-
reas'on Barnburner withdrew and principle the Wilmot Proviso." A proclamation had been issued for the election } who is well qualified to Inch j.
people of nrida It is for this very however with Mexico, should it result in I engrafting tie delegates subsequently or the Latin, and Greek Noi .
I that we publish the entire communication, for principle of the IVilmot Proviso PERMANENTLY New York took no part in the nominations. This is Hue, but who are we to thank for defeat of a President and VicePresident.Tbe need En/lish. cannot satisfactory Inlag. refer> t.g'
allly prOll1 t
on the score ofeourlety, Mr. CABELL had no claim and INERADICALLT upon our .imerican $ystem.If ." Tile two-thirds rule was adopted by a vote of 175 ingthatefcrt We are tothank those very Noilhern Pope had declared war against Auslri a teacher qualified, a go opening

I us for the publication of more than that which we say, Mr. CABELL had examined the previous to 78, and on Thursday, the 2?th, the Convention Democrats whom Mr. CABELL and his advocates and afterwards withdrew the declaration, ana is here presented. Applications l t"> (pot-pai l) '

upon related to the misrepresentation, in his circular, ot course of Mr. Winthrop, he would have found him proceeded to nominate candidate for President and here are constantly debouncing as our enemies !- was consequently deposed and imprisoned! d otherwise ookie. may b made to the undersigned atlflcco r -

Mr. WiKTHRor. He could not expect that we occupying all these, and many more, extreme positions Vice President. Mr. CABELL does not tell his constituents thisbutit A Treaty offensive and defensive has been GEORGE E DENNIS, Secretary. t

should throw open our columns, to give him an opportunity on questions about which there should be no Mr. McCanless, of Pa., nominated for President or is nevertheless true. 0 the 27th or 2Sth Febru. entered into between Austria and Russia. _June 3, ISIS.. .6 41

to assail democracy. Yet be has done division opinion in the South. What was hid!duty, the United States James Buchanan.Mr. ary last, the Proviso was introduced by Mr. PUTNAM Germany is greatly agitated and several Leather
Powhatlsn Ellis of nominated a NORTHERN WHIG and Mr. bloody battles have been fought between ihv Top Buggy for Sale.
BRODHEAD
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(hi* in a most iron and nnjustifiable manner; and, then, under such circumstances? Clearly and unequivocally Mississippi, a
Lewis Cass of NORTHERN1 DEMOCRAT, moved that it he laid Prussians and Poles! in which the Prussians ALSO ole second hand large two Horse
Michigan.Mr. aouch
.therefore, be had no grounds to expect that we under no circumstances, to vote for him upon Apply lo J. R. "
,
? would publish his entire communication, if indeed There can be no question of the soundness of this Hamlin, of Me., nominated Levi Woodbury, the table. Upon this motion the yeas and nays were were defeated.A June 3, 1SF.". 443 At the Tin Manufactory

.; i I that we would publish any portion of it. The whole position among us. Would any of us-would Mr. of New Hampshire, and the nomination was seconded taken, and the motion was carried by a vote of 105 great battle was anticipated at Verona Patent

.. document with whig slang and abuae-and CABELL,even-vote (or any man for President o(the by Mr. Hibbard, of the N. Hampshire delegatim. to 93. An analysis of that vole gives the following between Charles Albert and tbe Austrians.The Shower Baths.
i.taine The first balloting resulted as follows : facts : latter wero very critically situated. the Tin Manufactory may b had a neat ard
States who had taken the overwhelming AT
positions against
'yet, among the reasons moving us to give it a place Unite The Danes are the Northern convenient SHOWER BA intended for A
I in our columns, was its abusive and denunciatory us Mr. Winthrop has ? We knew that such a man FIRST BALLOT 1t. EVERY: WHIG FROM THE NON-SLAVEHOLD blockading chamber. It occupies but little room, sod is anclo- 4 .

character. We, for one, feel confident that if we would not obtain fifty votes in our whole State. Cass, 123 ING STATES vOTED AGAINST THE MOTION TO LAY ports.The New.Y ork Markets dull and unsetlled. sod] so a not to drip water on tbe floor.

I give our honorable representative a sufficiency of And yet Mr. CABELL has voted to place (that man: in Buchanan, : ON THE TABLE' ; CONSEQUENTLY IN FAVOR OF THE June 3. IS f. ..1Comited 3'
f I PROVISO. --- -- -- --- ---- ---- -
rope, be will most certainly hang himself; and in an office, in which, in case .f the death of the President Woodburv, 53 Interesting Statement '

ft our deliberate opinion, if there was any thing want and Vice President lie becomes,under the Con. Calhoun, 9 2nd. TWiNTySEJl NORTHERN DEMOCRATS THE EMPIRE STATE. tom Jail on the= May,two negro slave*.

t ing to complete the inevitable and overwhelming stitution, ex-oflici President of the United States Dallas, 3 VOTED FORlTHE! MOTION TO LAY ON THE TABLE i who say names are REUBEN and

prospect of Mr. C.EL' defeat in the comisg election What will the people of Florida say to this ? Will Worth, 6 CONSEQUENTLY AGAINST( TiE PROVISO ; and the Mr. S.Schuylerville W. Fowle-Dear, New Sir York: A April desire 29 to, 19(7.benefit : and that they belong to Isham

t hold him innocent ( what would Whole number of votes Q5I necessary to a choice Hon. C. J. Ingersoll, who reached his .TO near Groyer"ale. en the Ocilla
we have all that was remaining furnished to they or doing they set a mo the afflicted has induced me to make the following a about 45

our hands, in communication which we this day have seen this Union shivered into fragments, dear as IGS. Florida declined voting. New York did not ment too lat* to record his vote,slated that if he had statement of facts. My son, now seventeen years 01 ; and i hl. a low,. elow. about : -

publish from bit pen. Aod we very much mistake it is to us all, before they would have done so ? We answer. had the opportunity he would have likewise votedin age, has been afflicted, during his whole life, wilh a age. The owner is relow. take t
constant cough and pain in the chest, accompanied
the people of Florida, and especially the honest and cannot believe they will. They are not so lost to a SECOND BALLOT. the affirm afire..' with nigbt sweats and hectic fever, which thpm away to law., otherwise they will b dealt with according -

i incorruptible democracy of Florida our representative sense of their rights-they ara not so wedded 10 Cas*, 133 3d. THE ,NORTHERN DEMOCRATIC VOTE HAS great emaciation and debility. During this prnuctt J. W. SHERWOOD Jailer. .

is not held to a mOt righteous account for the party, a to forget what is due to their feelings in Buchanan, 5Weodbury ; REJECTED. THE PUTNAM PROVISO-.giving a majority was attended by many physicians of the highest repute June 3, HU8. 46 :

manner in which be has attempted to screen their representative. They will rebuke him I 51 in the House of Representatives of thirteen or whose prescriptions gave but temporary relief
himcl all who him him Proposals Loan.
our neighbors saw regarded an one a I
(rem merited censure for his public course. Thereis Southern freemen, who know (heir} rights, and know. Dallas, 3 fourteen aans the combined attacks of Northern who was rapidly!approaching an early and premature .

no excuse for him. His warmest friends here ing dare maintain them. They should tell him Worth, : Whiggery and Abolition fanatacism, and in favor. of grave. I was prevailed upon by a friend to try Wis- TREASURY DEPARTMENT. ..

must see that from his vote \TIJTTHROP, down to through the ballot box that, though they respect Florida again declined to vote. the compromises of the Constitution, and the rights tar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. He commenced its April 17, 1849.. "* :
of the South, use, and the bottle gave him astonishing relief, OEALED proposals will be received under tbe act ..
him a citizen and a man, they can have no THIRD BALLOT. frt v
this last faint effort himself from
to save a political a a .
and after u four bottles, his disease was ever- O of Slat March lastuntil3, p. m., on Saturday,
death be said in his defence. He voted sympathy-no fraternization-with New England Ca.s, J; The following Northern Democrats voted with and he
nothing can > come, was restored to sound and permanent the 17th of June 1943, for sixteen millions of dollars
for a man wbe, without contradiction,is an open ar.d Provisoists-and therefore cannot approve the vote, Woobury:3 the South :Messrs. Dirdal, Brodhead, Charles health. WM. PEIT.For of Unite States. stock, reimbursable twenty -

avowed Wilmot Proviso man, but when a pot lion ef and the reasons he urges for it, he gave for Robert C. Buchanan, 40 Brown, Cathcart, Clapp, Franklin Clark, Dickiason, sale by E. BARNARD, Jr. Tala. years (rom after the Jut day of July 1849bear- jf -
Worth hassee, D. LADD, Newport, and by Druggists generally six per cent interest annum payable semi-
Ficklin
their Winthrop.Mr. 5 Henley, Jackson, Lord, Kennon, Maclay, ing pr .4'
his constituents, not willing to see only representative throughout the United States. on the first of January and July of *
in the popular branch of the National Legiilature CAl ELL says: I Desperate efforts have been Florida voting for Levi Woodbury. McClernand, MsnnMillerPettit, Richardson, Rich. annualv.year. No bid will be received below par ; nor f

fraternuing with their enemies, censure made to make the people of Florida believe he i is FOURTH BALLOT. ey, Robinson, Sawyer Robert Smith, Thompson, Masonic Celebration. will any bid considered unless one per cent t thereof ,* .

him for thus misrepresenting them, he haughtily tainted tcith aoliio" m." If this is so, he can Cass, 179 Turner, Wick, Williams, Wiley-27. is dep*sited in some depository of the United 4
No. 11, will celebrate the
LODE States before the date fixed for the
point to in columns which coloring Woodbury, 39 I Whigs 03-NONE-fi! } MADISON or opening plo ;
tarns upon them, and declares:44. A SOUTHERN nothing our gives o John's day on the 24th oC posals. The bidsinallcases,mU.1 tbcuncondifional, sand

JUl I MOST CHEERFULLY gate my tote for .1r. to such charge. We demand a scrutiny. We Buchanan, 33 SEVKNTT-THREE Northern Whigs (being the June, 1849, at Madison Court Hou, The Brethren without any reference lo the bids of others, and 't- '

Wiltro for Speaker, AND MEAN TO MAKE no have acquitted him of any such taint. We believe Butler, 3 WHOLI of thtm) and TWENTY-ONE Notber Democrats -, of sister Lodges G.are M.respectfully T. invited to afend. should state distinctly the premium ntlre. Th *

APOLOGY FOR IT r What can his friends say in his he yields in devotion to the South to no man." Worth, i (being not HALF of them) voted against the' June a, 1343. 46 BRINSN. proposals should be lalc and f
for the loan of 1S4S, addressed to the Secretary '
behalf, after such a manifestation of bravade and But we have said, and we say it again, that it was Florida again voting for Woodbury. South. of the Treasury Washington an City D. C. Tbe sums ;4. 3j

audacity ? Their mouths arc closed-they are silent devotion to party which induced his vote for Win Gen. LEWIS CASS, of Michigan, having receivedthe Where is the .lalentc.l young gentleman from Jackson Lodge, No. 1. which may be accepted will be required to b* paid ,-

u the grave. But, we shall give a few moment's throp. There could have been no other reason move requisite number of votes, was declared by the Florida" no\r with his I no successful effort has A REGULAR MEETING of Jackson Lodge, No. to the depositary of the United Slates nearest tb e ; 4
him that been made in the of l.will be held at the Masonic Hall in this city places of residence of the persons respectively whrsa A
ing to vote. whole bad
consideration to some portions cf the extraordinary Winthrop's course President to be nominated as the candidate of the present J'Mg lout Representatives
this evening. Members will please be pnnclua] in offers may be successful ; but the amount of the ac- .
communication with which he has honored us this ben hostile us, and Mr. CABELL could, of course, Democratic Party for President of the United States. to adopt the principle of the Wilmot Proviso their attendance. All Masonic brethren in god I cepted bids from bidders not residing in the Unite .

day, and leave the matter for the present. We have have seen in this no reason for supporting him Mr. Bryce, of Louisiana, and Mr. Toucey,(f Connecticut ?" Will he take credit to his party for the defeat standing, visiting our city are respectfully invited States, must be deposited with the assistant .

ample time before us in which to expose Mr. C-- There could have been no other ground, then, upon both rose for the same object, to make a of that Proviso ? Dare his friends in Florida attempt (. to attend. By order of tae W. M. rers at New York Boston Philadelphia,or New Or :

SCLL'S groundless and absurd charges against the which he gave him his support, but that of party. motion by which those Slates: whose delegates had to screen him from the well merited content}t S. S. SIBLEY, Sec'y. leans. .
June 3, 1S43. 4''; To give an epportnnity to persons to participate
present democratic administration, and to show up This is our offence-nothing more. We have never not voted for Gen Cass, would have an opportunityto of every fair minded man for seeking to impress his I in the investment of funds a1 this stock, bids will

his aftnes to be the representative of the people of uttered a suspicion, to our knowledge that he wa gite their concurrence, in order that tbe nomination constituents with the false idea that a" Whig Hou e I Florida Royal Arch Chapter No.1. be rcri"e for the lowest denomination certificates "' -.

Florida in Congress,and we shall be sure, from time I I tainted with abolitionism." W* may have been might be unanimous. of Representatives" rejected that odious measure ?_ regular monthly meeting of Florida, Royal authorize by law-being for fifty dollars-as well I

to time, to bring the attention of our fellow citizensto surprised into language which was to intemperate, These States by the unanimous consent of the We challenge them to the issue. But, says Mr. CA THE Chapter, No. 1. will be held at tbe Ma. a All certificates sums.under one thousand dollars be j

the subject in a manner not to misunderstood. but it has never been our intention to convey any; Convention, were called again, and members of various BELL, the same Proviso was carried through the sonic Hall, in the city of Talaha.ee. on Mondaynext transferable on the books of the treasury ; wi all

Mr. CABELL opens his diatribe in an argument impression that Mr. CABELL was wanting in devo delegations rose, and pledged the votes of their last Democratic House." Here is a reference to the June 5th, at Si o'dok, Companionsare certificates for that sum and upwards will b transferable
lion to the South. His therefore this Three Million Bill. That bill the House requested to be punctual in their attendance. on the books of the treasury, or by delivery :
which cannot fail to arrest the attention ol the read. language, on < States for Gen. Cass. (We quote from the proceedings passed J. B. TAYLOR, Secretary. I with attached, at the of the bidder. J*.
option
\ er. He says: head, and in reference to a war of personality and contained in the Savannah Georgian.) with the Proviso tacked on to it by the votes of N. B. All Camp. R. A. M. sojourning here, and To avoid coupons expense, confusion, and multiplication of ?

constituents have intelligence detraction, can have no reference to this press. Ye In the afternoon, the Convention again met, and \V''TaO(Mr. CABELL'S Speaker) and other in good standing, are respectfully invited to attend. accounts, all certificates with coupons attached will'J
But more
gentlemen than you give my them credit for. They can. permit u to say one word here, in connection with after the appointment of a Committee, composed ol Northern Whigs, aided by Northern Democrats, and June 3, 1949.- 46 be for the sum of one thousand dollars. : VI

not fail to observe that the men who have most violently his declaration that I every feeling of his nature revolts .1 one Delegate from each State, to report resolutions went to the Senate, where it was stricken out by the The s'accesefulbidders will be required deposile ,
denounced me, have generally little at such We be votes of Northern Democratic Senators whomis Commted the amount awarded in f,equal instalments in each 81
permanent a cnnss. are not to turned proper (or the adoption of tbe Convention, a motionwas among of the months of -
a negro boy na- July AugustSeptember., .
interest in that
the few
no slave*-and are mostly country natives-of they tbe free own State or (rom our determination to scrutinize, closely and adopted to proceed ft the nomination of a candidate to b found the name of LEWIS CASS, the present I Jai WILLIAM, and say he belongs to and November of the present year, except for sums t
his whole political We Democratic candidate for President. The bill, thus Barrenton the Ocilla River. not exceeding twenty thousand where the
''t that t key are in Dan, instance mere adventurer impartially course. are not for Vice President of the United States. There near dolas.
r .-plikatTtdtmm, recently from the North, or disposed, however, and shal not indulge in I un. were two ballots with the following results: amended,came down to the House, when Mr. WIL .TO boy i is about 18 years tld, and blpck bidder may be desirous of payment ; '
who have been for few requested to come and take him sway. in which case the whole amount may at once .
Ile a merited censure or abuse" of any man. But while W. 0. Butler, of Ky., 114 MOT moved to have his Proviso again tacked on to I '
will be with according (to law. The stock will bear interest all
J7 in caie -
.seeking their ( in the South and b
depite.
r years ortune" Mr. CABELL all this let him recall the the bill. This motion defeated 07 102 deal
who, coming thus among us, with all their antislavery deprecates J. A. Quitman, of Miss., 74. 62 was by yeas to \ SHERWOOD Jailer. date of deposite.The .
t prejudices of early education, pretend to understand course of bis relatives and friends in the canvass J. Y. Mason, of Va., 21 8W. najs-Mr. WINTHROP (Mr. CABELL'S Speaker) voting June 3, ISIS. bids will be opened at the Treasury Depart :

our institutions better than we do oursle with Mr. BROCKENBROUCH. Let him remember R. King, of Ala., 26 5 for the Proviso. And yet, says that honest and ment at 3, p. m., on Saturday, the I'lh June. 1549- .:

and profess to be better frt of the with .shame and confusion of face," tha infamous Jef. Davis, of Miss., 1 0 candid gentleman, the Proviso was I carried througha In Hamilton Cicui Court. in the presence butunder of provision all persons introduced who may desire into the lo act attend .. .
;
who have been their
men abolition and abolitionists with inrancy utter abhor.to regard .negro witness bill," which was used so industri. J. J. McKay, of N. C. 13 0 Democratic House." S it was, but it was by the MIDDLE CICUT 'LORI. of 311 of March ld. no bidder will b permitted .. .

rence." ously against the democratic candidate,'.il not with On the second ballot Gen. WM. O. 1hTLRR, of aid of Whig voles-Mr. WINTHROP himself always MAY TERM, 1S48. to withdraw his On all bid not accented, the 1 ,

his, (Mr C.'s) sanction and participation, at least Kentucky was nominated as tbe candidate of the voting for it. Mr. WINTHROP sustained the Provisoin John Williams, ) amount deposited in advance will be immediately ; 1
This argument is enough to overwhelm us with r*. Bill for Divorce. returned. The whole premium on the amount a-
with his knowledge, and under his very eye. But Democratic fur Vice President. all its stages-he clung to it with true Abolition .
its force. That any man,who had the impudence to Party, Subsequent.ly Prusia Williams, his Wife j wadc must b deposited a part of the first pay
b born in a free State, or even in a.foreign coun- these things are past-still they are remembered by all the Slates which had voted against Gen. BUTLER ardor. In the course of the debate upon it, he uttered I IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court that re'luire July next. { "a.]
the Democracy and are now referred to, that our changed their votes, and he received tbe unani. the following unmistakable sentiments: Prusia Williams, tha Defendant in the above stated R. J. WALkER t
: tryshould to call in question the acts of does reside in the State of Florida and '
not of the
case Secretary t
representative may not forget that we have not been mous nomination of the Convention. I Sir, much as I deplore this war in which we are Treasury.
the Hon. EDWARD CAHRINGTOX CABELL, is an that the said defendant resides in the State of Geor. April 20,1513. 41 J'
I the whole
the first, in days, to of invoked-deeply a regret policy ol
by-gone begin a war personaldetraction
outrage which ought not to be tolerated 1 in this free The Convention then adjonrned over to Friday annexation, if the of these measures could gia, so that the ordinary process of law cannot be 4.IceIceIce
: and abuse. rtut her motion of M. D. L. Heeth !
served '
country. They should know, and if they don't they morning, to receive the report of the Committee on be to ingraft the POLICY OF THIS PROVISO, PERMANENTLY upon : upon
We shall take occasion, hereafer. to notice the AND INERADICALLT, upon Jimcricany Solicitor for Complainant, / u ordered by the Court, will deliver ICE at the Ice House f
ought to, that honorable has resolutions. ou THE
our
representative a
service be said defendant
other portions Mr. CABCLL'S communication.For .- tem\ SHALL! REGARD IT AS A BLESSING CHEAPLY That perfected upon by 5 to 7 o'clock every morning,at 4 cents retail .
prfet immunity from censure. He cannot do any PURCHASED."-Cong. Globe, ,e". 20/A Con. publication, according to law in that case made and at the Ice House or 5 cents per lb. up town.- i
the present, we leave the whole matter in the The North and the South. 2 dud it u hereby ordered by the Court, .
} ,wrong. Even if he should vote for Giddings, 40', 4b9. provided : Persons living in the surrounding villages
Tuck hands of the public,and to the tender met cies of our greasp. That the said Defendant appear on or before the furnished: Ice at the Ice for wi b
or Garrason, for Speaker of the House, what .When we remember bow both these wing of the For this our Representative voted. I As a frt lous 3i cDt. per 4
democratic contributors. : man day of the next term of said Court to be held on pound by tbe .
right have his constituents,especially if they be froma democratic army have coalesced for the common Southern man!* says he in his circular of the 13th Wednesday after the first Monday in October next, h'JnJre J. J. T. DAFF1N. J
weal on former occasions, be humiliated &
to
great we ought
"
free State, or some foreign country, to say aword Mr. Russell's Lottery of Paintings. at the mere suspicion of danger from any January last, .I most CHEERFULLY gave my vote and answer the complaint oftheComplainant in hi- Tallahassee, May 20. J849. 44. ,

about it? l he not a slave-holder, and was We call the attention of our readers to this gen movement like that alude to. Together, in a solid for Mr. Wiimmor for Speaker, and mean to mae the Bill chage or they such will be decree taken I shall confessed, and .
be not born in the South and raised slaves, column in grant I seem proper Notice. ,
for
among tleman's support o independence for it. But we much mistake the
Lottery of Paintings, in another column. wa. no apology very in that case made and provided.
an does not he expect to die among them ? How The collection is composed of several beautiful fan together: in support of Jefferson-together in sup.. people of noida if his bravado and audacity is suffered A true copy from the minute" of Ih,Court : SIX months after date, the andenige. Adminis-
dare port of Jackson-together for Louisiana,and together of the estate of of
man, then, not surrounded with such a JOHN S. PURVIANCE Clerk. Ekstein.lte
any cy Pictures, and the Portraits of two of our distir- for Texas-and noW equal participants in the tp pass unrebuked. They will not regard as a County will present his an I '
June 5 1S48. 46 4m Lon account "uchrsbfore .
brilliant ,
array of circumstances, question the public) guished military heroes-. Twicos and Captain glory and danger of the present war-how little we trivial matter his voting to place! a man in a position the Hon. Judge of or.said .
course ef our augurt ? Their temerity the past, hew little we compliment ourselves for a final settlement and from -
representative MAY. The Paintings arc six in number and may respec where, in a certain contingency, he becomes invested Hamilton Circuit pray discharge
In
f is and call neighbor of the In supposing_ that _we. can by any such ablation Cou. sid estate. 2'
astounding we on our be seen in the of the b divide with the Presidential who is their
Representativellall 1 al Capital as that which few robl amongst OF THERESE BECKSTEIN ber'Jeent. ..
'3mt l to raise bis petent voice to drive such is now a agitatorsin MIDDLE CIRCUIT FLORIA. (By ) -
pre- the democratic party We repeat, let not the most talented and influential opponents-who would Srnrxc IS 13. JOHN B. DE CORCE. Z
f -sumptuous wretches from Mr. CABELL'S. Stat No The Quluey Times.We I South believe that the North is ready to desert it rejoice even at this I abominable and war,'" TaR:, May 20.1*I 19. 44 Jim ,

|: x>ne 1t has a right to speak, except those in whom are glad to see that our brother of the Timesis now, after having stood at its side in *o many perils, f it should resji/t in ingrafting the wicket principle f TiE STATE OF FLORIDA : -4 1
the "bess blood of Virginia" found. Does not about to convert his paper into a Temperance and and when the Union itself was serioutlv threatene To all whom it may Concern. Lost or Mislaid, .
i i the H /mot Proviso .
t "Mr: virtually ? And isn't he Agricultural journal. Success attend him. The I by designing men. Let our brethren in quarter PER1.ANENTLY AND INE- Elizabeth Stapleton did, on the Two promissory notes, viz: one note on John C. t
a member WHEREAS
CUEL say s of the Union meet us with and with RADICALLY upon our.American system made
friendship of February last, file her peti- payable to & Manning or
should that his attains Arnet
; o Congress,and a slave-holdor? Suppose some .Sns" see to i paper a CONFIDENCE, and all will be well."-[Pcnnsylea- I was a ciimt in a Democratic house to carry tion for dower in the real estate of Alexander Staletondeceased Nearer, fur one hundred dolbr first of January 4

'of tO from free States or foreign i countries" did wide circulation. nian.What the Proviso-but our Representative can vote for one pl in the Circuit Court for Hamilton last, dated in the fall of 1847; and one r.ote on J"
( him Southern Democrat is there who Middle Circuit of Florida : These are, H. Verdier.made payable to Manning, for
for will
opport Con&rel-we tell them that i gives Tbe American Society not of its chief I ," and even County .rnet&
Fanatt m.- Anti-Slavery luporter CHEJRFULLT command all interested in said eighty dollars, due first of dated in the
to .
tbeni.no respond, heart and soul, to this of therefore, persons January ,
I pi.Uee for questioning his act. They at its recent session in New York city, after eloquent appeal refuse to apologize for i!" Oh honesty !-honesy estate personally to be and appear before the Judgeof fall also, precise date not persona

must b if Mr. CABELL votes for a thou- much discussion, adopted the following among oth. the Pennsylvanian 1 What good reason have we !especially Mr. CAD ELL'S honesty said Court for said County and District, at the are hereby cautioned aan.t reoletP.trading (Al either of J
.
nod Wilmot Proviso men, it..is none of their busi. er resolutions : for withholding our confidence in our Democratic Court House in said County,on Wednesday after the said notes. JOHN MANNING. '..

'ness. Was he not born in the South, and is be not .. Resolved That slaveholders .uchcan have brethren of the free State nov', with the history of General Lewis Cass 6ut i Monday in October next, being the first day of May J3, J9.8. 43 4t '
,
a
*
i ''idave-hotder he past before us .' Side by side have Baltimore Convention in our next Term, to show cause, if any they have, why ;
? And were you not born in a free no rights; that they have no rightful existence on they battled At the 1S4-1, Gen. CASS the said petition should not be granted, according to Notice.
State or in a" foreign country," and have you not earth ; they were never created by Go and consti. with us. President after President have their voles was the second Choice of the Convention. He was law in that case made and provided. .

'toot here seeking your fortunes," and are thus tute no part of the human race; are of mon. given us from our own section-and what lia occurred next to Mr. Van Buren on the four first ballots,and on Witnefs. John S Purviance, Clerk of said Court, SIX weeks after date, we shall apply to the Hon. v.
of the Probate Court in and for Benton > p
strous and diabolical origin, and law. constitution
no no
iBkere I advcntmreri," with all your I anti-slavery no compact, no religion, that endorellheir within the last few years to cause us to doubt he foorlollowiig ballots he was ahead of all others, ,[SEAL.j j this day of May, A. D. ISIS, and 72d County South Florida, for letters of administration f
( American;
"jr jo
'"interne-in. Florida-in "slaves" and land, we Poor, miserable, besotted fanatics They are to may yet arise ? I we contrast the position they at : l.t ballot, Mr. POLK, received 231 votes, and Mr. June 3. 1S4S. 46 4t deceased. >.
.
C.
T. JENKINS, ) -
te? Dotft J know that if you own few or no be pitied in their raving madness. present occupy on every question interesting to us CAl 29, and 5 scattering, but on the 8th ballot he JOHN B. i Admr'*. ;i,

laves," a I. permanent interest il tbeco.tr. On the Mexican war they are equally explicit: with that of Northern Whigs, we must see that our receie I 14 to Mr. TOLK' -44.. Family Horse for Sale.A Benton County. S F., May 6 AI4LE", 42 fit :

it i i.
I >riety oMr.Ciaias.'s course 7 Suppose John Mi. gainst Mexico is a traitor to humanity, and an enemy Democratic leaders in New York and one orwo the first ballot of a majority over all others, receiving JL\. for any one to drive. Apply to Notice.

Soc Bolts, a whig member of from Virgin. i uf American institutions; the Statesman whoconsents other free States have taken ground against us, 63 votes from slave-holding States-being J. R. FORTUNE. ALL persons who have any demands ( the
At
the Tin
ia,did rote years .inc Cong repeal t the rule oftie to the acquisition of an inch of Mexican i. this sufficient reason for distrusting the masses, one vote more than he received from all the free June 3,1S4S. 46 Manufactory. of Theophilu Beatty, deceased, are ";
.er territory on any condition whatever, betray the hereby notified to present them without delay to the
House excluding abolition petitions-and sup- rights of the North, though he hastens that welcome ed on I they are by those who have spoken and vo- Stales. On the second ballot, 6 votes 'from slave To undersigned, or to James T. Archeragent of the un ..

put Mr. Clingman soother whig member of Con- event, the downfall of the Union ; and that the te in our defence? What have we to hope from our States were cast ,for him, exclusive of the vote of Country Merchants. derlignlr ELLEN A. BEATTY,

'" t from 'North Carolina done the same thing Abolitionist who count the Wilmot Proviso any pponentsf h there a solitary Northern Whig, of Delaware, and G5j from free Stales, including Dela TiE Tin Manufactory has now, and is ronstan'Iy Executrix of Theophilus Beatly. deceased.
thing but breath-iced act up against the Mississippi to its stock, a complete assortment of April! 29, 1848. 41 8w
not a right to do any reputation, who has taken ground in our behalf ware-total 133. On the third ballot his vote
?
thC gentlemen so was has added
prfet has yet the A B C of his enterprise to learn. Tin of all description I nema.-
Were they not born in the Satb, and are they not These sentiments on the war are but the echoes on the Proviso or any ether question vital to us ? I $0-70 of which were from chive States, and 8 hmery by which the work I il done better than ever Notice. a

-Iae-hodtnl and is it to be presumed that their from Tom Corwin, and other Whig Senators and here a solitary Northern Whig who has not avowed from free States, pel a war* included. On I he fourth before There in is this Pedler place.travelling all the from Ma. ALL creditors legatees*. and persons entitled lo
CODtituents would hare dared to doubt tbe propriety members himself an uncompromising advocate the Proviso and last ballot, he received H9 vote, 0 more than a year in the Estate orThrophilus Beatly, f
of The Abolition maniacs have ianna to the Suvranoee to supply (the Mer-
Congress. RI'e
kindred ? We know the requisite number of two-Ihird.-S8 of which deceased, are hereby notified that their claims
f wch vote? What excuse have we, then, for con- and its meaure there is not- who always and
the chants, can rely on our going
only merit repeating and them. own section of wagon demands' will be barred at lhe
from the
endorsing were our Union and of
o 01 expiration two f
tkming Mr. CABELL'S vote (or Mr.Wilmet Proyi.o'iDthrp Southern Whigs know there is not. Upon whom from free States through the section above named, and delivering the from the granting ol letters to year
testamentary the
? Doot the people see how parallel the More Runaway SJaw"-The Charleston Mercury then, i our reliance ? To which party does the Tin. Any orders sent by mail will be promptly attended aulesa the same are exhibited within undersigned the
to and at the .
to MerchantWe
*:**** are, and will they tail to b convinced by the says- history of the past point, with unerring finger, asthe LATEr FROM EUROPE. state that detyere are once always the same, with.* aid two years to the ndersigned, or to James T.

Povdful argument put forth by Mr. CABELL on The schooner Wm. Hazard, at this port from I natural ally" aa Mr. JEFFLBSON said, of the From the Afaeor Messenger ,Journal, May 29. out the least variation.O.r Archer,her Attorney.

.this not bear in mind that a good- Key West reports, On the second day out (rem South ? We can all answer this question. We ar.nol Arrival. of the Hibernia. We have on hand the following articles,a well asvery Executrix of Will ELLEN of T. A. BEATTY,
pltil1tht
I' Key Wett we discovered the bark Sangari, also from DECLINE thing kept in our line : Beatty, deceased.
Whip ( slave in thee in the dark-we have had toe many evidences IN COTTON. April 29, 1843. 41 8w
coca
Sate are Key bound to Boston, Jving-fo, and Furnaces, such family needs
1* category with Wet on ap f their good faith to leave us in doubt. is to the The Stearmh ip Hibernia arrived at Boston a every ; Cooking
th" our UruDtiv? I is true, proaching she hailed, und requested permission to I Stoves of the most approved kind in use ; Air Tight Hamilton
Tax
..give account (or themselves, and we venitartfl lend on board a slave, who had that morning beendiscoveied go old Democratic Republican party of the Union on Saturday lasi having leA Liverpool on her Stoves for Chambers Parlors or Offices ; Coffee Sale

ture I that there is not coo of them but secreted on board. The slave is the property -to that party which hs ever r"pecte the Con. regular day of sailing.She Masters, Double Rod Iron Pumps; Ice Cream Free- B virtue of the power vested in me by law, I
mOt of a widow lady in St. Augustine." Zen, &c., &c. shall expose for sale, before the Court House
rt of bLs Tolt- J.. misery loves thntion, and left us in the enjoyment of our rights brings new. of a decline of J on the June 3, 1848. door, in the town of Jasper, Hamilton County,FJo-
'torn
I we will gif Mr. C. credit for the The New York Sun of the lath ult. says." The ntiiturbed. They are now our only hope. and we lower and middling! grades Cotton. Salesof 41HaTaa ida, on the first Monday in November, 1848. the

.iagesaxt, U "awletts j in ahslteringhicne.elf behind tndetgreuod abolition railway for stealing slaves, ell assured that the Democracy of Florida, I wells tbe week ami quotations no given. Syrup following described property, or se much thereof as

I1 4i ilf tol**" ieclioni of the Soath.who, with is said lo have been exceedingly busy for a week of the South generally, will not distrust them Bread Stut had also receded in consequence .Jtnd Prftertes at cost to close the Sale he will year pay the 1847.State to and wit :County Taxes doe thereon for

1 'M c.Wel .dragooned" into the support of a put, as many as ten o fifteen runaways having now. The Southern Democracy will meet their of fina weather. Canal Flour 27s DOZEN Orange Raspberry, and Orange Flower The South West quarter of Section 31, Township

; ) who .done I much to give the passed through this city daily." Northern brethren with I FRIENDSHIP AND CONFIENCE. a 28s. I t} Syrups d'oz. 1. Range 13,South and East,purporting to belong to .
Havana Preserves, in Jars
4
I rseiJJotdneDee. U a1 other man in the free ." They will go into the present canvass with Money had improved in consequence of a 4. Handrome Grass Hammocks. ,AI'plylo William L Mills
JOSIAH T.
la. Mexico in if their wonted teal and attachment to the feeling of confidence on the ofapitaliits. BAISDEN. Sheriff
f f/f-The news from though type principles greater part J. R. FORTUNE, Agent. and e* oJfUit Tax Col. Hamilton Co./or '47.
)be1r. Ilehte world besides should "bow unavoidably crowded out. common to the North and the South. All (hey ak : Consols are quoted at 83 J. June 3, 1943. Ht the Tin Manufactory April S, 1S43. 38 tsd





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.} : : : BY AUTHORITY.- ,;I Tbis-c nreli. ;luli t;;ratified: and the ralificat -- -Spices- Pickles, &c. -I i .AMENDMENTS TO THE Boot and Shoe M.TUEonccnigne.huingp1rchaa the

.t ZlIIT." !t be exchanged it Watington. within T TKDERWOOD'S pickled Gerkins Mangoes. OnU Constitution( of the State of Florida. ) '
I \dye months after its d.te.or
J ::'I ids and; Ewlnlionj passrJ at the First Scuion la faith "ht'reltlle respective sonrrlt PlenipuTe possible.,tiaiu inn and mixed Pickles, pickled Lobster, Walnut I RcHrcLD, who is about!leaving the Stale, Q

. l of Ihe Thirtieth I'oiifim hare signed the present Convention, and hatetherf tard.and Pepper Tomato and Ketchups Sauce Capers,Cider, Olive Oil.M"fresh' Proposed i ami agreed Io by the thir Gal respectfully informs his friends and the
Pepper Vinegar
at Ihe old stand, where ,
unto their seals that be is at
the public present
Z atxe Gooseberries and Currants in bottles, fresh Salmon, Assembly ; subject t actio t1 x
-
\ o all work his line with
) this eighteenth day of May, be is prepared to execute in
AN ACT term of the United Washington and General
t f'O. 2 V- authorizing a Shad and Halibut in canisters, Powder Assembly.
4. A. D ts7, and of the Impendence of the UnitedStates Curry and He ha on hand be finest THE
despatch.
promptness
4 1 'I. ); i St!.te< Cucuit and District Courts, at Chicago, the entt-firkt. Gayente, Ilrandy Cherries, Preferred Ginger, Currant of skins and all soils of material and will De a.r
is
; ; ": Illinois- .. Jelly Macarror.i,VermicilliRussia and Amer- AN ACT to amend the 12th Clause of the 5th Ar- cal and in the GEN GLASGOW now performing her regtUr
J \. a. ( ) short notice,
BUCHANAN. > manne
tip.
!J"R: i esl2CltJ l>y lt>t f"atf an<* Hautrof Tlrprt' ion Isinglass, Irish Moss, dried Currants Prunes tide of the Constitution of this State so that the AND SHOES Ihe Suwannce River between Columbus and
ANT. CHS. CAZKNOVE, BOOTS descrip
\ ttdrt.! of trW Stairs of America inCan [II] Citrons.Nufmes. TLEMEN'S every Keys. This boat is strongly of the
.. ,, U"jttl .n,1 of the Circuit Courts shall hold their ofh otherwise bit best
I !. And "hieres, the said Convention has been duly Judges tion. footed, soled.and repaired in Da.
That the terials and two
tutemUed by
ft en :term 01 crc\.it adlq both ratifications Mace, Ginger, All pice. Cinnamon ces for a term of eight years instead of during .t" reasonable He war- propelled f and
and the "pdI"
at
charges.
: .: district Courts of the tnlt: Shtt lor ot utit-.n parts respective Clove Vamilla Reant, Sage, Summer Savory and goo style wi carrying one hundred tons burthen, or .
good done in rf
sjtne were exchanged) at the city of Washii g- belvior. work to equal to any place, .
Illinois shall her 1 1.h;t the city of Chica- sweet Marjoram, Orange Flower, Rose &. Peach wa- it enacted the Senate and House b cotton, with suitable accommodations for f nv nT
. ton, on the third div ol Mar, one thousand :) by and to give u good satisfaction to fitting any
t eight a a of
; .'0': .. "0. oa the first MonJav of each year.'UOBT. Iniiidrcd and James Buchanan, Secretary ter extrac of Rose, Lemon, Peach and Vania- of Represent of the State of Florida in General other workman. scngers, light draft requiring but seventeen inek_
forty-eight by
C. WI THROP. water,thereby enabling her to
For !leby LEWIS That the 12th Clause 01 e
of Sate: ot the United States, and Ant. Cbs. k ME Assembly JOHN LERCILMsySlSt7. pro .
confmr
all trp
: Speaker of the House of Representatives.G IS47. regularly at reasons of Ihe year
the 51 tb Arficia of this State be
1 ltcabr 2 twe.
the tf
Cazenove, Swiss Consul Alexandria, on part 41
bus and Cedar
d.. :' M. DALLAS ul l their so amended to read follows, viz: That at (the Keys,leaving Columbus every TUlxI
-( Vice President: of the United Slates and respective Goternment.: Fine Perfumes, 8 a DAY morning at 7 A. M. and
I:I ; : President of tbe Senate. Now therrf<-re, be it known, that I, J.ns K.Po.x expiration |fir the present term of office of the Judge NEW GOODS. FRIDAY o'cok Cea Km
& From the of Lnbin Paris. Courts with the hereinaf- every Sbold !
President; of the United Stats cf iea, Manufactory of the Circuit exception : palrm
"T, T = Approved May *. ijjl7r \rrl the Justices of the Court aje be extended, or the interests of ,,
mentioned ,
tsr Supreme ,
ir
r have said Convention to be trade public, TTEDYOSMIA Club Rose GeXi .hPr
i' .:: JAMES POLK. cau"fllht lelitrope. Jockey subscribers would the attention of the her to perform two trips week, !
: shall be elected
; and the of the Circuit Court cal
: Judges ?,
: t<> I he end that the same and every clause and article rinium, 1'jtchoulv, Mignionette rUE pr riIol
choice extensive will
assortment
Milerl'uu if to the cheerfully acquiesce and make the
\ thtrcof, he observed and fulfilled it g-x-d faith Ambrosia Arabia Rer. de la Reine for a term eight years, and shall hold their ofcf an necMt&rv
may of ,
,
"I. therein add
Waku'Ia and another
NO. addition to an act men Srn13 for that unless removed under of GOODS, now receiving per Brig change or new boat to lint
7.C term, sooner provisions th ,ef
t by the United States and the citizens Iher'of. Eglantine: Violets rgamotteVervain,
with lik
selected the
tioned.Whereat been
.'H "' Vanila Emeline. Their stock has care, capacity to one now
made in this Constitution for the removal of emploJt soon
certain act approved second, In witness whereof, I hare hereunto set wy hand, Marrocain Douquet.Al Ihe most fashionable establishments in New ticable this boat trips I
L by a from ( sT
furl and wilful th
-fo. for .i ,
and caused the seal of the United States to Le Al and Preston Jjdges by bddress or impeachment; ste op
I :'P I. : hundred and twenty-seventhere\va< grant afud. Gl-nns Ashland: Perfume, & York and, having been purchased at reduced prices wannee river Io Springs, and
; also
& of! her whIch
f .irII1 duty, or ot reasonable cause, Uppr tWithlacoochie \
I' : (1 to Slat" of Indiana, Io aid in construct in; the Done at the city of Washington this day frri'" Extract: of Fragrant Flowers. ncItC be sufficient for the they are enabled to furnish their customers at prices river. *
not
ground impeachment
canal! of May, in the year cf our Lord one IhO&I Farina Cclopie-also the French an) The would further
: W and Eric quanttyofl3ndequaL! to proportionately low. Their undersigned state that \
:: h.1 : eight and Governor sand hundred and forty-t ight, American. Lavender and Florida Waters, Hay Rum
[ s.]
!
; ol five sections wide each side ol I proprietors of this boat, have
(.n : on
t sid other.
.' '... .bal; and wherea by an act .approvt-d Febriiry ol the independence of the United Statesof and Aeua de la Htine, fine Cosmetics, rich Pomade of tvvo-thiids of the General Assembly ; Prorideihoicerer. READY MADS LTO1M selves of Ihe previsions of an act a"iJe lien.
I (ana Americathe s ventv-second. Hair-oils and hair-thea, Shaving and Soap, That the cause or causes shall be stated at is of the best of materials, being tile a t.
twenty-seventh, eighteen hundred and fort.ue Toile ant mannflcture improve the navigation and to
in such address and
entered the oC nafat
JAMES K. TOLK.By fine and Comb brushes: fur t the .Teeth, length on journals Mr. all Suiru-
coarse under the
II 't' there was to said State the lands each House. That the directly eye Stiman. nee river and for other purposes thtrtin mentiennf
, : C\nrmec canal the President : Flesh. A superior article of Cold Cream, 4ndpruvidedfurtlaer, cam shop-icork is thereby ,!, enacted the last session
elected under said grant that of said 1ailand fea precluded persons at of the Legislators(
I 1 ; part shall be notified to the Judge of :
or causes tl
so
I 1 : between the mouth of Tippecanoe river and Terre JAMES BfCHAir AX,Secretary of State. pol. For sale hy LEWIS &AMES. to be. remnvedancl he be admitted to intende purchasing may rely upon getting an article well State of Florida ; that they have recently ernnftW

..e: '. Haute an
I r. ether l.rut s-Jbject to private entry, or Inch part of To Florida Baptists. shall pas : and in such cases the vote shall be take WLVTER STOCK under the name and style of tbe Florida StaUIttcr':
"id was hnlJen against the State by the BULL PRATORIUS nat Improvement and Steam
sl.tion" & and nays and entered on the Journals of each Navigation ConpaUt
SOUTH-WESTERN Iv'eas maybe found the following:
title of others which last BAPTIST CHRONICLE, The will
lezal incumbrancc or ; selections Company soon complete their
it the corner store under the Sentinel Office and qe respectively.Src. Blk French Cloth. Frock and Dress Coats, Black, arranttmcBU
w I hate never been made and completed A WEEKLY PERIODICAL, DEVOTED TO of which due notice will given, for
Be That the
opposite the I'hcrnii 2. further enacted ( Judges firs Brown and Invis. Green, Castor Beaver Sacks,Saxa b' partbamf
\ i i Thlrff.rt Religion, Science, Literature, Commercial and uidin 5'ARE appointed under (this amended ConstitutionshalI b Gotha, Mixt Tweeds, and fancy col'd. Cassimer do- Cotton and other prouct the country,or mak

rf] .E;: : Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rcpresentatiees General Intelligence: NOW OPENING a choice \elI1etc divided bY lot into four classes. The first class sha Pellots and Blanket Overcoats, &c., Heavy Pilot liberal cash adunce. upon all property aipp}
when
) 4E.: ; of the United Stales of America in Published. in N. Orleans,under the Editorial care of of CLOTHS \:' hold his or their office or offices for the term of two and Beaver Cloth Overcoats, and Cloaks of fine Elk reuire As soon as. practicable a
; :' Congress autntt-led That tbe State of iad.ana be, WM. C. DUNCAN .M. INGS and READY-MADE CLOTHING. great years, the second for the term of four years, (the thir and Blue Cloths, Pantaloons ol Black French Cas pacet wi be established byfJ the Cofiipm
".. .! and i is hereby, authorized to select out of any of the A. care and taste bestowed in the selection: oft hcsc goods for the term of six years the fourth for the o simer Blk ., fancy Plaid, Check Jo Striped between and New York and N.w Or
- ;Jrirf*:'- !public land In siid State subject to private entry a IT has long been the belief of the editor of the warrant them in savins to all who wish to purchasgood eight years. do. ; also Ribb, Jeans do.&c.: VESTSof leans for (Ihe conveyance of freight and pamBnrt'

< ?.* *' quantity of land, whichtogether with the land al- Chronicle," a well a the conviction of all our bargains, you will do well to call and examineour [Passed the Senate by the Constitutional majority Black and T\Ve.d Fancy SatintI, Striped and Plaid Silks, thereby securing to all its patrons, a safe and tip,.

- :SV .'- ready .1 fcel'C1 and hoi Jen by said State for the con- .0111 h-we,ter Baptists that the cause of religion stock. It would be a great tax on time and patience December 22, IS 17. Passed (the House of Repn Velvets, Plaid Cashmeres and Valencias, Plaid Silk ditioos mode of transportation of their Proptrtv t,

? 4 .V. ., ;' Atructionuf the Ialll Wabath. and Eiie canal, will would receive more efficient support from the publication to enumerate the different styles and pattern sentatives by the Constitutional majority, January CISIS. Mazurkas, &c. either market as well as return cargo to its plies! s f

j say hae
- **. ''.'. tions il wfilth on etch ,idt of ,said. canal : Provided, than from almost any other agency that can I portion of these cloths and cassimers are ol Brit April 15, ISIS. 39 Cm Cassimcrs and Vesting! consistingin instance exceed those heretofore charged or allevtd

f 'a : ; tiecrrthtlesi. That selection shall! (bemaJe of any be employed. Many have txpiesscd a desire to sec a III'* Uoa"lcll.lslre,' and the clothing and of: Superior unrannracture. Wool Dye for like services, but a material reduction of tush
land but fich to private on the one located there, and have avowed their willingness i of Notice. patt lack an rates is contemplated at an early period,
was '
; i '' I subject entry! every stok i. a style and qualit i Cloths, do. English do. do. ., English Blue and as toon u
; llr,l day ol' April, anno Domini one thousand. eight to contrHmrclth by money anti' by personal cxcr that will please the most fastidioui. persons having claims against the estate 01 : Invisible Green, W'ol Dye do., Black Beaver and the increase of business shall warrant such redact wi.
; support but no ha., hitherto, ALL The facilities offered to rxjtiei of
' .:. hundred andfoitycisht.Appioved tiols : ; person They would mention that these CLOTHS are of ; II. Crowcll.late of Waknlla Castor do., French Black Cassimer?, do. Ribbed do. pleasure and otb rs
County
,'. ";.:', May t>, ISIS. been found ready labor to undertake the responsibility and the finest texture, the best English wool dye, French dec'd., ara( requested to present them, duly do., Fancy Plaid and Striped do. of the latest and to visit the Keys, at all seasons of the year,ea. ,f
the arduous ot The the
time its healthy
publication. for most and desirable
: ;i. ,). 2 S.-\N ACT to make- Ship Inland, in the collection establishment has, at length I arrived ; and the Baptist do.wool Cas-dye,black French,do.and Cassimcr.I German London black cloths wool,dye do.hack,: I. ticated, within the time prescribed by law, authen-I most fashionable styles ; VESTINGS, Black and and others in the State,and the beantifyl retreats for and invil&rotaaa-
and Woollen
C3S will be boric those indebted to the I Fancy Plaid Satins, do. do. Silk, Silk
i I*??1-t district of Pearl river, a port of delivery, denomination, especially in the -wcst. i inow is trench fancy Larimers.VESTINGS ; estate are tic scenery of the Suwannee will.'it i supposed,sfbr
to make immediate Velvets, Cashmeres and Valencia! Vestings of Rich
T >.\' and authorize the appointment of a deputy col- called o'l to sustain paper svliearid object of fine black Satin, fine plaid Satin, earnestly requested HARRIET CROWELL, payment. I Velvet Plush, &c. &c. inducements to many to avail themselves of so pleas
; for port. i is. the promotion ad the maintenance true rtli Silk l. Excutrix. ant an excursion.
\.tl sid CashmereU
.i'11- < and Polkanett,
.
j I Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rcprctcntatiectoftlie giou in the Valley of the Miis: ippi. Cerro Woolen. Vt.lve. Monterey NevportApril 1, 372m I ALSO, AN ASSORTMENT OF This Company, having as they believe, made all

L."iCI State of America in ('on- Nothing, surely, need be said, to show the importaice : CLOTHING.- Chrcke.HEADY Hats and Cap(Monterey( ) nro. and Bleach'd. Cotton lequisite arrangements for the convenience and ac

Crci* at.ietn'jlcd! Ship island, in the collection ( nay, the absolute necessity in a religious French (MAO fnd coats, do. English wool dye Notice. Linen and Cotton Shirts, $ Undershirts, commodation of the public, they solicit its patron.age. -

.:.1.\? district ol Pear riser, in the Stare of Mississippi, is point of view, ol having a denominational paper do. do., French Casimer Sack Coats Doe-skin do., ALL persons, creditors, and legatees entitled I to Blk Ial Silk Cravats, ;Silks and Merino do. .
of and that the President published in this, the emporium city of the southwestern do ; : hereby port delivery, black and fancy cloth Sack, mixed doe-skin opera or otherwise interested in the estate Angola apply to Messrs B. P.
,4 :I of the United States be authorized, with the country. Independently of the benfitswhicl coats, black beaverclcth sack and over-coats, Mac of Anderson Snoed, late of Jefferson County; Rich Fancy Satin and > Undershirts SMITH &. Co., Columbus, Messrs. SMITH 4'HAIU

; advice and consent of the Senate,to appoint a deputy would result to the city itself, whose: need of all the Cloaks. Pantaloons fine black Cassi mc-r,inedi urn deceased, are hereby notified to exhibit their claims Plain do Scarf, J Brown Cotton and Cotton- RIS, Madison, Messrs. PUTNAM & RICHARDS

''I.: .k\; collector to reside at said port of Ship i is land moral and religious influence which can be broughtto do., a great variety of fancy Ca.!?imer pants of the and demands within two years (from this date to the Jenny Lind Bhk. S ade Drawers Cedar Keys, or to the undersigned.

t ;r. who is hereby authorized to perform the dule. of a bear upon it, none will deny, the advantages ac latest style fe.tr of every description. Military undersigned, or (the same will be barred ; and all Blk. White ad KidGum: Elastic Suspenders JAMES TUCKER,

.. ::. collector of the customs, and who shal before he cruin; to the Baptist cause from the establishment ofa Trimmings. Hosiery. Shirts Gloves, sell persons indebted to said estate are requested to make Gloves, /Merino and Cotton llalf- And others t Proprietors.

..' enters on the dUle of his ofCe. ,ublnbc denominational paper in a city where intelligence adjusting Stocks, Suspender, and Cran.everything immediate pax merit J Hose, Columbus, Florida, January 22,1S4S. 22 ly

: the oath contained in, and in manner prescribed oh.every kind is so readily obtained, and from which connected with a gentleman's outfit. toWILLIAM SNEED, Adm'r. Patent. Leather Money Belts, -

, r by, tile sfvcnth section of the act of the 3d March, it can be disseminated more easily than fiom any; H.) Si. P. are prepared to execute all ordrr accord Jefllraon County, March 19,1843. 353m Shoulder Braces, Soe. Umbrela Jefferson Circuit

l.T i eighteen hiindredandseenieenentitlcd"Anactto other city in the South, would be incalculable. ins to the latest and most approved styles.N. & &c.CLARK & STILLMAN. Court.

I : continue in turce an act entitled an act further to With the Mississippi on the one side, and the Gulf B. Ry the next arrivals we expect to receive U. S. MAIL LINE October23,1S47. 14 IN CHANCERY.

,i : ./. .:: !provide f.\r the collection ol duties on imports and of Mexico on the other. New Orleans possesses far THE REAIAINDER. William Bailey, Adm'r. de bmU non of JtLa Eel.I

' +. .. tonnage,' &.C-. and who shall give a bond for the greater facilities communicating with every Ire October 10, IS 17. 13 8. DBLWORTH laroy, deceased Complainant,
.; : true and faithful discharge of his duties, in the same city in the United States, and for obtaining an ; ". vs.

4 f',. .. manner I collectors naval officers, and surveyors, knowledge of every important movement which may; Hamilton Tax Sales. Attorney at Law, Tilman D. Purifoy, Defendant.

; j. are required to give bonds under existing laws ; and take place within its boundaries, than, perhaps, any; Monticello, Jefferson Florida, TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Curt,by
;'. II! ,compensation of the aforesaid deputy collecter other city in the Union. Situated in the centre of B virtue of the power ,(te in me by law, I Comity 1. affidavit made in this cause, (bat Tilmaa D. Ps-
.. ,bal be he fees establillit by law for tho services. the south.wester country, of which it i is the com shall expose for sale the Court House WILL attend the Circuit Courts the Middle rifoy. the said defendant, resides out of tat Stats sf
"I'" uny perform, more. mcrcial metropolis, and throughout which its.periodicals door in the town of Jasper Hamilton County Flur- From Tallahassee to Macon. and of tha County of Columbia of the Florida, and in tbe State ol Georgia,on motion ,f

1 :: rpron.MaJ>, IblvRESOLUTIONS. are freely crcubted. it must impart more or ida, on t the first Monday in June, IS IS, the following Through in forty-tico hours from Tallahassee I. E.tern CircuitFlorida. the solicitor for complainant: Hit Cratered, That

3 Its of its own r. How necessary tlcscr ibed property!, or so much thereof ai \II pay; jlaron, and to Charlrto in three days, August 22,134G. i the said Tilmaa D. Purifoy do appear and answer

,.. : I it ii, then, tha some salutary influence should proceed the State and County Taxes due thereon,for yea in lime to lake the ,,.rai Boats en the bill of complaint filed in this cause within low

: ,i; & NO. 5.-JOINT RESOLUTION respecting coatracts from :great city, (I" correct as far a possible IS 17, lo-wit : Jrth the day. Notice. months from the date of the publication ef this or

i. for hemp for the use of the American navy. the evil which i disseminates.The TheSW 1.1- efthe E 1-" of section 33the; entire /HUEStage will leave Tallahassee on Mondays, SIX months after date,I shall present my final ac- dee, or the said bill of complaint will be takea for

11 A. Jtcsolred by the) Senatc\and\ House of Rejirittnattiteitifthe Baptists, it i:hoped, are convince of (the ne. section 34-; (the W 1-2 of action 3;; the( E 1-2 of JL Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 4 o'cok. A. M., and vouchers to the H(-n. Judge of Pro confessed : Provided, That a copy of Ibis order to

."t:': United Stales of America, in Congresttutemlled. easily obtaining a firm fothliid tew Orleans, the S W 1-4 of section 2G; all in township 2, range and arrive in Macon, (via Quincy, Newton bate in and for Leon County, and apply for letters of published in some newspaper printed in the Itfiddl
t I. That the Secretary of the be and in order to a barrier to the Romanism 12, north and cast also the N W J.of section 2 Americus dismission administrator of
Navy oppose progress ; Albany, and Perry,) on Tuesday, 3 tbe estate of Joseph Circuit Florida, once a week for the spay,of tn
i -. he is hereby aUllltize if, in bis opinion, it will be which is making rapid strides to supremacy in and the N 1-2 of section 3. and the N E 1.of- sec Thursdays, and Saturdays, at 10 o'clock, P. M., i in Allen, deceased. months. (Signed,)

pt advantageous tl Iubic interest, to make contracts many of our \ctcr cities. Once established on a tion 4, of township I, range 12north and east purporting time for the cars for Savannah. Leaving Macon on COUNCIL B. ALLEN. THOMAS DOUGLAS, Jadge.

h. z: for any term exceeding; five years, fur the sure basis here, moreover, the denomination can the to belong to the Estate of Hector W. Draden I Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays, at 4 o'clock, A. Administrator with the will December IS, 1S47. 22 4m
t'i' purchase of American water-rotted hemp lor the use I more easily supply the destitution of Texas, which, ALSO-The S E I-I of the S E 1-" of section 31, M., and arriving in Tallahassee on Thurs 2 3, IS 19. 32 anee.Februay
I
i tlf the United States navy : Provided, the same Cal in the providence r>f God, has been lately thrown township I, range 13, north and east, purporting to daB, and $aturdayg, at 10 o'clock,Tuesays.. line Middle District of Florida
be had of equal quality with the best foreign hemp, open, which invites U:,wilh cries and supplications belong to the Estate of Benjamin Chaires. connects with the Central Rail Road, :Augusta Doctor John P. Duva ,

:\ and at a price not exceeding the average price or to her assistance Come forward then, brethren JOSIAH T. B.MSDEN, Sheriff, Milledgeville and Western Svnnah. Co- his professional citizens WAKULLA CIRCUIT AND COUNTY.

I .a,:",.. such hemp for the last five years ; the inspection and and assist by your liberality, in extending and And ex-oflicioTsaCot. Hamilton Co. tinbus., Ga. I also connects with Ri Line OFFER and surrounding.t"ice Office Daniel Ladd. Plaintiff. ,0
bo at the .la"e of the boundaries the Redeemer's I"I?. 31 Mai : country AtUcbmeBt.
strengthening
delierlo | purchase. king.dom. Mach 3m from Quincy Chatlahoochie, and Ana in Wm. Wilson's Building, over Hayward's BookStore 5l
..7 Alprued. May 9, ISIS.- I achicnla. -Passengers can go from Talahsee'o Tallahassee. Thomas Lockha'rt, Defendant. J011 S327

. .t.-: It is the intention of the editor (to pay !special at.tcntion t- Leon Circuit Court. Columbus in three days, and but one \ February 26. 18 IS. 32 NOTICE is hereby given to the said That

,, NO. C.-JOINT RESOLUTION of thanks to I the department of Science and IN spent on (the road between Tallahassee and Macon. and all other persons interested ia Iks
General to Major admitting in his paper n article of a scientific or CHANCERY. The public may rest assured that every attention will DR. C. II. BUNTING above cause, that the plaintiff, Daniel Ladd, baa is*
'' Taylor. literary character which does not tend to the cultivation Creditor Bill fur tetllement of Estate. be paid to the comfort of those who may patronize stituted this suit by attachment, issued from the office
( natt and Hause
::4 : (ofti/Uniled State of Rrprcsentaticct and improvement of the mental and moral James E. Broomc and others, for themselves and his Line. SURGEON DENTIST, of the Clerk of the said Waknlla Circuit Cowl

; .That the thanks of of.imcrica in Congress due and faculties ; by which means it cannot fail to prove a other creditors of A. M. Gatln. Complainants, FARE: permanently located in Quincy,Florida against the lands and tenements, goods and ebatttb.
auclPlrJ are HAVING
. they are hereby tendered to Major Congress General valuable medium of instruction to any family into T3.TurbuttR. From Tallahassee to Quincy$2 50; to Bainbridge tenders his services to the publicin of the said Thomas Lockhart, who resides beyvsd

I r;?,: Taylor, and through him to the officers and Zachary which it may be introduced.A Bclton,Sarah A. Bet ton,his Wife, Executrix $3 ; to Albany, $11 h, and to Macon $22.WRIGHT the various branches of his profession. From his the limits of this State, for a debt due Io the said

of the regular army and of the volunteers under soldier his table of New Orleans Prices Current, correct of A. M. Gatlin, and others, Defendant & SAWYER, Proprietors.By experience and success in practice he feels assured Ladd on a promissory note, executed and delivers

; v", command for their valor, and good conduct, e
: conspicuously displayed Ikil. and the planter, and any that are interested in the state Judge on the ht t December Q3- Office at the Plnter'l Hotel, Tallahassee-CE. B. refers the public to of November, 1S44, due one day after its date tad

.t weary-third days of February last twenty-second, in the battle of of the New Orleans market, may obtain all the desired 1817, in the above entitled cause,the under .BAILFY, Agent; NATHANS, in Quincy. Col. W. T. STKT, Dr. J. M. W. DAYIDll which note was transferred from the said W. H.

I .t\' ." liuena Vista, in defeating a Mexican army ot more information.The signed was appointed, among other things, to take July 17, IS 17. 52 Gen. C. H. DUPONT. Dr. R. E. LITTLE. Perry by delivery for a valuable consideration to lbs

. than four times their number, consisting of chosen price of subscription to the Chronicle" i is an account of what is due to Complainants for their Office opposite the 1. E Church. Ladies waited said Ladd, now aanounting.principalandiisterntgether. (to-

:; troop, unJcr their favorite commander General 3,00 per annum, in advance; $1,50, at the end oC claims, and to nil other creditors of said A. M. Gat DR. J. REESE'S on at their residence to the sum of three hundred and twcntv-
Santa Anna. six months; $1,11 at the expiration of the year.NOTE. lin, with interest thereon ; and it was ordered further September 11,1947. 8 seven dollars and fifty-three cents : Now the said

.Iletolccd That tbe President of the United States That the said Master do cause an advertise LIVER DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. defendant and all other persons interested in the

il' I be to cause to be struck a gold medal, with .-This paper since its establishment in ment to be published in (the Floridian,' a newspaper & M. D. PAPY above suit are hereby required to enter his or their
: ,:; r.lh..tc.d of this splendid achievement Mach, -47, has sustained a character in all its above published weekly in and in such ) feeble constitutions and those of sedentary appearance and plead to the declaration filed in the

< presented, to Major General Ta lot named departments not surpassed,if indeed equalled, I, other public Talahase. ,fur -L habits, are often troubled with habitual said suit, on or before the first day of the next May
proper 1@m
'I. ant testimony! of the high sense entertained Zachary by Congress} as : by any paper either in this or in any other country, :, the creditors newspapers of the said a Alfred M. Gatlin to come ostivene**, which often exerts a very unfavorable in all the Courts in the Middle Circuit Court to be held in the said County of Wa-

, : of his judiciobs! and conduct an thatmemorable and should therefore meet with a cordial supper in before him, and pro et heir debts, on or before the influence upon their general! health,which i is particularly WILL Office on the first floor of the Cap- kulla.or otherwise( judgment will be rendered against

; ... occasion. distinb-isLe from its own denomination, a well from all others frt day of May next ; and that such ol' the creditors manifested by irregularity if not total loss of tol, South win;, room formerly occupied by theSecretary him or them by default.
': who desire to see difliijcd throughout the country; In this condition ofthenystcm this of the DANIEL LADD.
(
Rftoleed, That the President of the United vhoshallnotcomeinandprovetheirdebtsbythetimeaforesaid appetite. ar- ( Territory.
I. ': be requested to cause the foregoing resolutions State to b* religious and scientific Knwlee. The:second vol shall be excluded the benefit of this decree tide is confidently recommended with the asurincethat November 15, 1S-J5.- 17 February 10. iSIS. 31

I communicated to Major General Taylor, in such ume will commence in Mach, .s. and I would respectfully ; and that such persons not parties to tho bill, if the dose is properly adjusted so a not to

l trUs as he may deem best calculated to give cllect I, advise those.wishing to subscribe to this who shall come in before the said Master to prove move the bowels to actively, relief ma; be relied .JOHN ERSKINE, Watches, Clocks, and Jewelry

!,' to the objects (thereof. could valuable paper, that NOW is the very best time they; their debts, do, before (they are admitted.directors, upon without any or even the least unpleasant con- ATTORNEY AT LAW REPAIRED.

, :', Approved May Q; IS 13. I .eect. contribute to the complainants their proportion of equences|result ing from the use of common purgative .
Florida.TTTILL THOWLE& MYERS
W. McKINNEY Qulucy, having-secured the servicss
the medicines resorted to.
usually
of this suit
RUSEL. to be settled the said
Duly appointed expenses by : attend the Justices' Courts of Gadsden .L of an experienced workman who will attend
Agent
Bilious
t Fl. And it was alsoorderedthat an'accouot to Cholic may rely on (the '
,L OFFICIAL.By February, IMS.- 32 3t la'ter. of all securities collaterals held thecreditors preventive Penonsubjec properties of this medicine by it on V V County, the Circuit Court of Middle Florida, the repairing of Watches and Clocks exclusively

; J, : lit PruiJrl A PROCLAMATION.of the United Statet. respectively, and or a report be made by of the I the first intimation of an approaching attack.using There and the Courts in the adjacent Counte of Georgia.November22 are prepared to do all work in their line of busioosi

S'a In: Jefferson Circuit Court. and of the constitutions liable to 1915. well and promptly.
same, value of each. And it was also are some regular attacks of
, j. Whereas, a Convention between the United States (&)tj- Sentinel November C, 1S47. 16
: ordered that .all parties be examined interrogatories bilious Fever almost fall ; to such the use ol copy.
' f" : of America and the Federal Directory of the Swiss SPRING TERM, ISIS. may upon every

Confederation, "'&cor.eude and signed at the city Charles L. Powell } Petition ,,0 Forccloic Mor(. and produce all books and papers in this medicine is recommended, beginning to use i LEWIS AMES Notice.A .
of' their custody or power, relating thereto, oath by the middle of May or first of & .
Washington, by upon
the eighteenth respective of Plenipotentiaries thousand Arthur IJurney. 5 gage of Personal Property. before the said Master, as the said Master shall di- Those whose digestive organs are feeble often ex- DE.'LERS IN LL persons indebted to the estate of i.onssJossr.

I, eight and day May, one defendant, and interested, are rect." perience a sense of fulnes weight and oppression DRUGS MEDICINES -TL !ate of Hamilton County, deceased,are requested
I : hundr lorry-seven ; which Convention, THE al persons PAINTS OILS,
; being and French is word notified of filing of the Petition for Now, therefore, all persons claiming to be creditor abut the stomach eating, wi find medi- to make immediate payment ; and those Jurisf
English
languages,
: (or word as follows: Foreclosure of Mortgage in this cause, and they are of said A. M. Gathn are hereby, in pursuance ol afford almost immediate Toilet Articles, Perfumery, let, Window Glass, demands are requested to present them ia term e

The President of the United States of America, required to appear and plead to the same, if any plea said order, notified to produce their claims, and the Ladies near their confinement often suffer from PAINTERS' BRUSHES AND COLORS, the law,duly authenticated.

k ., and the Federal Directory of' the Swiss Confedera- they haveaccording to law. Te mortgage is:on personal vouchers in support thereof, and all collaterals and leartburn, and costiveness : to such (this article is Apothecaries Glass STare &c. ELIZABETH JOINER, Adm'jc.

lion animated by the desire to secure and extend propci ty, and was made secure the payment securities therefor, before me, at my office in Tallahassee highly reommende as it can be used without the February 19. ISIS. 31 2m
by amicable Convention, the relations of fifteen hundred dollars and interest. within the time limited in said order, and east great benefit. In sick or nerv- THE above constantly on had,and for sale at the

existing a between the two countries, have to happily this. ef- T1IOS. JEFF. HEIR otherwise comply with the provisions of the same, ous headache it is invaluable. market prices. Furniture, Carpets, &c. for Bale.

feet appointed as their Plenipotentiaries,to wit : the Sdicitor for Petitioner. that they may be admitted parties Io the said suit. I This article will be found to act a a pleasant cor- LEWIS &AME. PAIR of handsome Mahogany Parlor Couches,

President of the United States of America, James Mach 11, ISIS. :31 2m Dated this third day of December, A. D. IS 1 (hal and (tonic, restoring the appetite, and at the Tallahassee, November 20, 1547.- 1 1 handsome Mahogany Book Case, with drawer

: Buchanan, Secretary! of State of the United States; SIMON TOWLE, Special Master. same time fulfilling! every intention that the common Notice and desk, 2 handsome Carpets, 1 Double Wheel Pf

fy', ana inc J'c.ra Diretor of the Swiss Confederation December 4, J5-7. 20 tf ureativtB are intended to effect. // purely vfg- hereby given to all interested, that six tent Corn-Sbeller, the most approved article in uI .
A. \ Swiss Consul at Alexandria Just Received, table, and, when used according to the directions, IS months after persons Apply to J. R. FORTUNE,
; final
: who,after the excl ange of their full powers, found AT LEWIS &. AMES' Drug Store, a fresh supply John P. Duva will be found an invaluable article,especially to those and vouchers to datelsbal. Judge present of my Probate account in and Feb. 11S. 29 At the Tin Manufactory.

.. in good and due form, have agreed upon and signed New and Valuable Medicines-among whichare ATTORNEY afflicted General with Dyspepsia Derangement of the Liver, for the County of Jefferson,and apply for a discharges
or Debility.
the follownt! articles the Tax Collector Sale.
: following: TT7ILL practice in the Courts of Middle Florida Doctor J. Reese the Administrator of the estate of Anna Brooks,
by Griffin, Pike
; ART. I. The citizens of each one ol the high contracting DR. SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS V Prepared county, late of said virtue of the rested in 1
AND RES- T the Court of Appeals, and the United States Georgia, tind for sale by appointment at County, deceased.JAMES B authority me by IswJ
S' .. parties shall have power to dispose of their TOR ATI VE RITZ ERS,. District Court at Tall ahiasseg. E. BARNARD, Jr's., R. BROOKS shall expose for sale, before the Court H. '

peisoial !property within the jurisdiction of tt.e Designed i for, and tall cure Dyspepsia, Liver Complaint Office in Wm. Wilson's Buildings, over Hay ward's Drug Store Tallahassee Jefferson County, Oct. 30, 1547. door, in the city of Tallahassee, on tbe first Monday
-
t other either bj testament, donation nr ab inttttator 1'iles Scrofula in the '
t Jaundice-and all kindred Book Store, Tallahassee. DANIEL LADD Newort August next, following described property,*
b > in any otber manner ; and the heirs, being citizens diseases resulting from a disordered stomach or impure February 20, ISIS.I 32 Monticello, Deaf and Dumb Asylum so much thereof as will be sufficient to pay the State
of the other shall inherit all such ,
party per- state of blood. and County taxes due thereon for the year 1S47:
'tonal ("tte whether by testament or a intestato, DR. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES I Quincy, OF KENTUCKY. Section IS.Township 1. Range lNaad.pW-

,. and they may fake possession of the same, either The safest, most effectual, and Notice.SIX HARDY BRYAN, P HE subscriber the( resident agent of the said porting belong to W. G. Gould.A. .
personally or by attorney, and dispose of them as before the public, for the eradication pleasant preparation i Ascent for Thomas county, Georgia. Institution,offers for sale,m tracts and upon A. FISHER Sheriff
of months
WORMS, in after date, the undersigned will May 22, lS47. 44
$1, they may think proper paying to the respective Governments Children or Adults. hi pre terms to suitpwchaaersaboutFour) Thousand Acres and ex offieio Tax Collector Leon C*
, np other charges thl those to which (the accounts and vouchers to the Honorable or LAND, situated in the county Jackson, in the January 29
1849.
inhabitants of the country: in which Ihe said propel HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES, Judge of Probate of Loon County, and apply for lel- .: State of Florida. Also, the Right to Locate, to a 28

, be fOnd would be liable ;its a similar Will PREVENT Consumption, and CURt 1 eases .f (era 0' dismission: a administrator of the estate of months after Notce. limited extent. Q. W. HUTCHINS
.hll
p Colds, ol Blood, Pains the Henry J. Gaskins, late of said deceased.WESLEY SIX I.hal present my ,
i' case ; an ia the absence of such heir or her the Athml Spitting Side, County, Vouchers to the Judge of account The above lands were selfte at an early, date,by
' same be taken cf the Shortness of Breath and all other Pulmonary Complaint MANNING, Adm'r. an experienced judge, to AUCTIONEER
1' cae .hal property effersorj county, and apply for of dismission ad belee b amongst ,
S. S. SIBLEY leter
be taken the like case, for tbe preservation of ( By Agent. Administrator Ihe the finest in the county.
FebruarylhlSIS. on estate Henry Feldberg, TALLAHASSEE. FLA.O .
the of -A 31 Cm a C. H.
properly a citizen of the same country, until 10 late of Jefferson county, deceased. DUPONT.
t Jbe lawful proprietor shall have ha tima to take DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, I HENRY GREENBERG, Adm'r. agent of D. $D.A. of. JTy. ALES in'any part of the county attended t ,'

measures fo po.ssin/ of same; and incas Well known as a Safe, Certain, and Effectual Cure Newport Mineral Spring. October( 1C, 1817. 136mNotce. Quincy June 47 12, 1847 y O respectfully solicited.

:, any dispute should arise between claimants to for Fever and Ague, Chi, and Fever, Intermittent DWELLING LOTS FOR SALE. Rxrxzemmczs :
the same succession I to the properly thereof, Ihe and al 1 other Fevers. reduced to Seventy-five Martin, Smith &Thorn, H. BOND, Esq., I LLOYD Ta-ted.

.. a. question t shall be decided according to the laws and per JD: .TIE underignt.being fully empwere Commission and Forwardiig Merchants J. W. ABQTLK. Esq., |I D. C. Wtt o*, 'P
titles
by the jud jes 0 the country in which the properly The abe Medicines, fresh and genuine, are for warrante around the SIX months after undersigned, adminis- January 22. 1S43. 27

L; is situated. sale by LEWIS & AMES, laid oil in good size dwelling lots of above Springs of ( of be estate of B. Lipscomb,deceased, No. 62, Poydras Street, Thomas Jeff. Heir
upwards
an ,
C ART. t. If, by the death of a person owning real Tallahassee, Fa. acre each which he now offers for sale Low Plans will present her account and vouchers to the Hon. NEW-ORLEANS, LA. IA*
? in the For certificates of recommendation and other io- Judge o( Probate of Wakulli County, and ask to ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT
, property territory of ont of the high contracting of the same, with terms, ic., can be at Dr. E. b N. M. K.JTIK-. SMITH U THORN. h
, 4a formation concerning the above future see ischargcd as administratrix of said Circft't Ce rt fticac
parties such property shall descend, either by Meicnes,see Jaraard'sTallahassee. First come has first choice.DANIEL e.tatp Refers to WILL practice in the 5
the laws of advertisements and be obtained LIPSCOMB, Adm'x. Circuit, sodm the -
a' tbecnt. or by testamentary disposition pamphlets may E E of the Middle
LADD.
I
t .1; to a other p.rtywho, on account of the Agents. Newport February 19, 1843. 31 February 26, ISIS.- 32 6m J. W.Argvle,A. Bestwiclc, S. S. Sibley,Tallahassee.: preme Court and United States District te n

j of bit being an alien, could not b permitted 'Io retain March 18, 1819. 35 J. L SalJwo R. L. Edmonds, Quincy.. Tallahassee.Monticello..

., : the actual possession of such property,a term of not Notice. Attachment. 12,184S. 30 Jannarr 2. ISIS- *C -

less than three years shall bs allowed to him to dis- Cabinet Making, &c., month after dale the Administrator of the I Juttittt Court for the District of Leon county.
2
l 1)of rich: property and to collect and witndraw r\Q-PARTNERSIIP. SIX Coffee.BAGS .
t the proceeds thereof, without pajiag to the Governtaent C undersigned have as- of R. Humphries, deceased late of Leon Daniel B. Fisher Agent for William E. Fisher, Notce. COFFEE,
themselves together from this date entitled to dis- OLD JAVA
,
any oIercharge.than those ,which in a similar (the li.te Ihop.m be united, and an business County, wi present his. final account and vouchers I vs. ALL persons creitor" legatees interested in the estate Q 0 Odo.Rio do.2do.Laguina .
conducted
10 the Judge of Probate of said and i Torris Welborn. otherise
vroaldbt
paid by an inhabitant of ha ,
cu I country by LYNCH i VINGERHOETS. County of James M. Sloaa late of Jefferson de. do-
They are for discharge from said administration. T'IIE defendant and all notified County
a are hereby of
in which such real be litu
property may ted.ARr,3 prepared to do all descriptions of work in their line, Jlra I eher. eased, are hereby notified to exhibit their claims Just received and for sale by
S'y1? 27, I Cm thecommencement suit, returnable to
The convention shall IS- thil a
be
present in Nov-mbr *
force
LLOYD
with fidelity and despatch, andon as reasonable terms Jnstices'Court' to be held at Tallahassee the 12th and demands within two years from this date to the Sept. is. 1S47. 9Buggies
i5 for the term' of twelve from the dale hereof on
i' and CurJnr.until the end year.of twelve months after the; for the cash country.or approved The continued acceptances patronage as any workmen of the pub in DR. J. S. BOND day of Jane next and to app.a and plead to Ihesme. underigne. or to the said same estate will b requested barred :to and all for Sale.
Given under hand and seal this persons BX'GIES
tJ Gt of tho UuifeiSatesontheone my 31it mae
nt
veron> Top
part or lic is most immediate TUST received four handsome Leather
\FFERS his payment.JAMES
resetCulh so1eitt. professional cervices to the citizens
larch A. D.
,4.* that of the Swiss Confederation on Ike other, shallhave J of Tallahassee and I he 1843.EDWARD R. TUCKER, J made expressly to (his mark' APP1'to
M. WEST
surrounding : Seif
4 givea notice of its intention country. tn.L.]
terminating thecams. GERARD VINGERHOETS.Tauaaaftsee Office at Col. Fisher's Hotel.( Justice of the Peace. of Jefferson County and t1 erD R. H. WHIT' '

N/veinber C, IS 17. 16 h,20 ISn 45 tti AprilllS4S.| : 37 3rn February 19, ISIS.. 31 : March 2 ISIS. 36 At the Tint. Ma t





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