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

with the nations ofthe Old Word, he says :

From Ike Jl'aMngton Unw" I have ,ro upon the plain of Marathon the
battle-field liberty. I is silent and d ?llle-
LEWIS CASS was bora at Exeter, in Iewlaire Neither Greek nor Pmi is there,to give life and

on the 9h day of October, 182. .. _animation to the scene. It is bounded by sterile
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Jier ctb'ryolution.. who enlisted a pri. BY SIBLEY &DYKE TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 10, 1818. VOL. XDMSO. 47. the Ocean were tea once on there tbe tber.and that Bat decayed spot In Persian wan. s

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and in all the important battles j in crowning stct, the surrender of Detroit, with power was in the hands of the governor a aIs5csssa1btcdItts' to the execution of such pro., -with regret but with firmne**-for one of thosedespersrestruggleg I have sto upon the bill oi Zi.a, the city }
war, was wbeie he out firing a gun, completed his own ruin and judges until 1819. That Governor Cass per. cen--lt i iJ n the inlftio'0' the President that which have sometime occurred salem! of oar RfdeerMr'e o.ero. $
the eastern and middle Sb&te was and any part ofpbe military force of be United Stte in the history of the world hut where a just caleand crucifixion and ascension. But the elmn "T
of his formed well his departed
valor and conduct brought dilgnC upon arms country.It high important de1cate should be into sceptre hi ,
distinguished fo his good th brought collision with the civil au.IhCrly. the favor of Providence have riven strength to from Judah and its glen front Ihe fanilol of I
and attained the rank captain. He was is wel known to country that both Col. duties, the whole body of the people fchi. le all questions jurisdiction it is the comparative weakness, and enabled it to break down Solomon. TheAwyrian. the Egyptian the'Creek, ,. .-
afterwards a major in Wayne's army, and onel and ColonellcArhur detach. gan will bear us witness ; and the fact duty of Ih, former to submit to the htter, and no the pride of power." (tbe Roman the Arab the Turk and the Crusader J ,

advanced after a life of use. ed from previous os. having been seven times nominated by four therefore consideration must interfere with that duty. If. The of this scheme, to long cherished have passed over this chief place of Israel, and have '
officer succa
died at an of the
fulness! &and honor, at his residence, near tensibly for provisions, butt in f"c. because successive Presidents, and seven times con. States, com with legal process State against or of Ihe yourself United and so long projected on the part of the reft East it of where its power society ar ra-sed beauty.its In in/ancv.it those regions.of ) t.:

Dresden, in Muskingum county, Ohio. His they were unwelcome consellors at headquar. firmed by the Senate, without a single vote an ottictr of soldier of your garrison yon will freelradmit England, turned upon the ratification of have.reached .- ; If the association srcm* which ti. t

son, Lewis Cass, the object of this biography, ters. Stung with mortification on hearing of against him in that body, or a single representation his him writ Within undisturbed.your post" and allow him to execute France. With it she could hope to establish he memory of their past glory! excites are powerful, f
at the age of seventeen, to the the surrender, Colonel Cass, when ordered against him the people over whomhe this new principle in maritime law, and with 1 hey are melancholy. They are without frratjfica. \ t.
tmigated territory, and settled first to deliver) up his sword indignantly shiveredit presided-a state things unexampled i h In 1830, General Cass was appointed minister that attain her daring object of maritime su ion. for tie prt.ent. and without hope for the to.tnre. l

; ten in the county of Washington. in pieces, and threw it to the earth, refusing the history of our territorial governments to France, and immediately resigned i his premacy. But the opposition of two such and can But look here f"Ir we are with in the rational freshness confidence of youth to, I t! :

He Irieua thus as he was recently called by to surrender it to the enemy. a sufficient pr.ofofthe wisdom of his admin. post a Secretary of War. On retiring from commercial nations a the United States and ages of progress that i"f1 power and ride tn \. '"
the convention of Ohio, oue of the early After the surrender, of Detroit, Colonel! Cass ration. the department, he received a letter from France to this interpolation would' have rendered man, and dignity lo human nature. If is better l 10 ;
pioneers" of that immense western region, repaired to Washington, to report to the gov. In the discharge of his duties as Superintendent General Jackson expressing warm personal hopeless its general recognition. Hence Ink forward 10 prosperity, than back to glory." ) ;:,

which has already risen to such a magnitude erment the whole circumstances attending the Indian Affairs, Governor Cass was cal. feelings towards him, and commending his her efforts to accomplish this measure ; andas Ill the summer of 1843. General Ca s re-

in our own days, and is destined to attain one expedition. He was exchanged during the led upon to enter into many negotiations with whole official! conduct. He sailed from Sew for more than half cent jry, she had not ceivcd the following letter from On. Jackson: : '
, much hereafter. The winter, and in the spring was appointed a brig. the Indian tribes,and ofter under circumstances York in the month of October. As diplomatic failed in any great object of her pcl.cy, her [ HERMIAGE. lasts! lCi. S

I so north ofthe greater Ohio then contained Territory country. adier general Shortly after this, he joined of great peril and responsibility. He formedtwent.ne relations had not been filly re-established pride and interest were equally united in this. Mr. e your DEAR SIR friendly: I hae letter the pleasure of the 25lh to acknoxr.led of Mar. l,

and about twenty thousand people. Generl at Seneca, where the army treaties with them, and extinguish with France, ho was directed to proceed to Her journals, therefore, were filled with the last. I reached very me in du.course of ; but *>n hvreie ( l.
, Mr. Cass bore his full share in the toil, was collecting, destined to recover the territory ed their title to nearly one hundred millions of England, and there ascertain (tho view of(the subject. It occupied the attention of her gov. my debility and alDictionj. mai have bern ;'o,

r and dangers to which the defence of Michigan, and to take possession of the acres of land-a vast domain acquired for the French government. He found that a French ernment, her people, and her press ; and her prncnle from replying ; to it until now ; and even

: of privations, ud its conversion from a western district of Upper Canada. The preparatory United States, but upon terms so just and satisfactory minister had been appointed to this country, diplomatic agents through Europe were active DO\\for with kind great expressions difficulty that I write. In return 1
a new country, your with rrffard
l 1 forest to the happy abodes of civilized arrangements being completed, and to the Indians, that no complaint was and he immediately repaired to Paris and lookup and persevering. While the subjecVu un. self, I have to rennrt.. that J .h.J' .-as.rrn-.".. f -J.
r primitive exposed. He read the lake being open to the transportation of ever made by them upon the subject. his residence there. After his recognition, far dieus"i"l In ilin Prmh cnamter Ot UI! near \rneral. with great satisfaction, the ,it- .

I law at man Marietta, are necessarily, and was admitted to the bar our troops by the victory of Perry, General There arc two incidents connected with the his first official duty was to procure the inter. Deputies, the eyes Europe were directed to lion, both us durif private the and official!, which cf subsisted between .. ,

\1 before the close ofthe territorial Harrison commenced his movement in Sep. formation ofthcse treaties, which strongly illustrate est due upon the twenty-five millions of francs Paris, anxiously watching the result. That Having ?full confi greater fence part in your my abilities adminNfra.tion. and .

: He commenced the and government., as was the tember, 1813, and embarked his troops at the Governor Cass's judgment and decision indemnity, which had been retained when the result was soon manifested. The public opinion republican principle, I invited you tn my cabinet ; ,: "_
custom then, visited prctce courts in a large dis. mouth of Portage river, whence they moved, character. In the expedition of 1820, principal "&paid. After some 'hesitation of France spoke too 'oudly to be resisted. and I can never forget with what discretion and :
of horseback and and were concentrated at Put-in' bay. From it became his duty to inform the Indians at this was effected ; and thus this great controversy The government gave way, and refused to talent you me: those great and delicate 'tllitO t
trict travelling on before
encountering country many difficulties unknown to the here they sailed to the Western Sister, a Saul de Ste. Marie ofthe intention of our which at one time threatened such ratify a treaty, nfotiater under its own directions over\hirh Ihe were Department brought of War you, which whilst entitled yen pretdtd yon to .,.'

oftbc bar at the present day. small island off the coast of Canada, where, government to establish a military post thee, grave consequences, was happily closet! and signed by s own minister. my thanks and will be ever reoleete with the :
. member In 1806, be was elected a member of the being all collected, the final arrangementswere and to fix upon the site for the same. The In 1837, Gen. Cass made a tour to the The part which General Cass bore in this mst lively feelings of ; *# ml. 'J

of Ohio, and the session he made. The debarcation was superintended chief ofthe tribe was openly opposed to the east. He visited Italy, Sicily, Malta, Greecethe transaction is well understood and) appreciatedby But whet has endeared o to ttr true American :
during the noble stand
legislature and directed General Cass of the United States in the of the, British islandsofihe his and if nas ywi look, as our t 1'
took his part in the business of ihe day. He bv pay gov. Archipelago, Constantinople, countrymen ; any doubt existed minister at Paris against the and ".
draughted tbe law which arrested the traitorous army, and Captain Elliott, ofthe navy ; and ernment. In consequence ofthis, they heard : and the Back Sea, Egypt, Palestine: and on the subject, it would have been removedby whichbv ,ou talents, ener quintuple, fearless treaty rcspon.ibilify ; ) lJ
the landed in order the intention Governor Cass with : Florence Rome Palermo the abuse him in the defeated its ,
designs of Burr, and introduced an addressto troops perfect expecting apparent Syria. was at heaped upon Engli ratification by France-a Irea'I !
Mr. Jefferson, which was unanimously a. to meet a formidable resistance. But the ill-will, and broke up the councils, with the Athens, Corinth, Eleuiis, Salamis, and the journals, and by the declaration of Lord Pal. infend'ed by Great Britain to change ou international ;,:

dopted, the attachment ofthe people enemy had fled, after destroying the public most hostile feeling.: On returning to their battle-fields of Platjra, Leuctra, Cheroniea, merston, in the House of Common, that his laws national make independence her mistrew not of only the seas of and destroy, th.but i; '

of Ohio expressing to the constitution of the United buildings at Amherstburg and Detroit, and encampment, they removed their women and and Marathon-at the plains of Troy, at AIexandria cflbrts contributed in a great degree to the of all Europe, and enable her In become our country the tjrant ; ) :

and their confidence in that illustrious were in full retreat for Lake Ontario. The children into Canada ; and having aeparedthemselres Cairo, and the Pyramid ; at Jaffa, rejection ofthe measure. of every Oad. Had Great Britain obtained thp ; 14.

man.States In March, 1807, he was appointed, by American army immediately commenced the for battle, raised the Jerusalem, ,Bethlehem, the,Dead SEa, Nazu- An American writing from Europ in sanction of France to this treaty-irifh the late
Mr. Jefferson, marshal: of Ohio. In the execution pursuit, and after capturing two small detach as a token of defiance. Governor Cass had reth, the Sea of Tiberias, Tyre Sidon, Baa! Niles's Register, March, 1642, our national treaty character of ll'athinton and to disreputable to I" 3.

of Ihe duties of that office, in the busi. ments, which offered some resistance in favorable but a small detachment soldiers with him, bec, and Damascus. Memorable places these, "Gen. Can has hastily prepared a pamphlet set. safety-then.indeed, we might injurious have rump our naliona hsrp- -r W;

ness of his profession, and in the occupation pOlitionso\.erlook the enemy at the Moravian while the Indians numbered eight hundred and calculated to excite strong emotions in ting forth the true import and dangers of this treaty.It upon I Ihe willow,and resigned our national independence 1- -
of farm in where he towns on the river Thames, about eigh. warriors. Unaccompanied, except by his the mind of an American who had passed a will be read by every statesman iu Europe: and. to Great Britain. tot. I repeat to your talents ). "
a Mu&kingum ,
county added to the General's influence here will i
resided, he passed his time until 1812. Thenour ty miles from Detroit. The British general interpreter, ho advanced directly into their large portion of his life amid the toils and privations effectually turn the tables personal on England The country energy for the, and shield fearle,!thrown s responsibility over us from, we the are impending in- t4.

difficulties with England assumed a porlentous (Proctor) proved himself unequal to bis com- midst, and with his own hands pulled down of a new country ones the General much for his effectual influence dehP danger which the ratification of the quintuple (\} :
aspect. Her multiplied aggressionsleft mand. Having some days the start, if he the flag, trampled it under his feet, and afterwards After his return to Paris, Gen. Cass re- with this government." treaty by France would have brought upon u.. .t

us no recourse but war; and the statesmen designed to escape, he should have pushedhis buried it, ordering the interpretor to sumed thi duties of his mission, and continued I The London Times, of January 5, 1942- For this act.'t e thank of every true Americanand ", Z

ofthe day prepared for it wih: firmness. As retreat as rapidly a possible. But he inform the Indians that "they were within in their regular execution till its termination. says : and the applause this noble of every act, I tre tender republican are yours i r 1

one of tbe preparatory arrangements, it was moved slowly, encumbered with much unne. jurisdiction ofthe United States, and that He was proverbial for his kindness and hospitality .The five power, which signed the late treaty admired fo the cone of Dr. Linn you in my tbank. in .
and finding the American no other flag than theirs could be i to his of whom for the suppression of the slave trade will not allo-v his Snltf. ,.
determined to march a considerable f'rce to cessary baggage, permitted countrymen, none were themselves to be thwarted in the execution of this urging; Oregon bil; and I hope hid energy
the northwestern frontier, to be ready for offensive army closing upon him, he prepared for bat. to wave over it." The moral influence of denied his attentions, and few of whom visited arrangement by the capricious resistance of the c bi- carry it into a law the next session; of Congress. ;
circumstances tie. ,The ground ho chose was heavily co'. this bold act had the desired effect : the Indians Paris without being invited to his house. His net of Washington. This will speak to England a language: which she
as might ren. will understand that will
der it Deaurers necessary. The command was givento ered with trees, and his left rested upon the returned the next day to the council, and observations upon the government and people I is not a little curious, in over the out of ou- territorial iff rigfitt not submit hereafter.Receive lo be. negotiated i'-I':

General Hull ; and a regiment of regular river Thames, wuile his right extended into the treaty was concluded, without any further of Franco were given lo the public in (he paper relating to this rpadin., see how assurances of my friendship and mfrern.ANDREtV .

troops, which had fought with credit at Tippe. the woods, terminating in a marsh. This threats or insults. On arriving at Green bay, pages ofthe Democratic Review, in an article some of the party journals! of the day in the JACKSON. "' $
canoe, was assigned to him. To this were flank was occupied by the Indians, who i in 1827, for the purpose forming a treaty* entitled France, its King, Court, and Gov. United Stales censured the minister for his To the lon LEWS CAM. ,

to be added three regiments ofOhio volunteers. was intended should turn the American lef Governor Cass found that Winnebago Indians ernment," which most of our readers will interference in foreign concerns; and foretold, In the spring of 18.1 Gen. Cue, in reply :
wing and attain the rear. The had not yet come in and the object probably recollect. Among other lo interrogatories upon that a ,
At soon this demand upon their patriotism army \ ; a litterary very confidently, that he would be rebuked by subjec.rote I
'was known a, the citizens of that State hasten. so rapidly that many of the troops were left of the treaty was to settle difficulties among papers he published in this country, was one the French government. And the London letter declaring himself in fa\or of the annex .

ed to the call ot their country, and the force behind, and a small portion only of Gen. Cass's some ofthe tribes, Ihe non.appearaneeo the upon the :French tribunals of justice, which Times, of May 16, 1842, states, with apparent at ion of Texas. .
without delay or difficulty. Mr. command was in the battle ; they were stationed Winnebagoes was an e\idence dsire contained much information interesting to an exultation that the venerable patriot, who In the, month of May following, the Demo .

t Cass.a rid was among the volunteers, and was elected immediately in front of the enemy's artillery for war rather than peace. He immediately Ameiican, and* in which tho author expressed has just been called from among us, (Mr. cratic National Convention met at Baltimore, 1.ro 1.1'

' to the command of the third regiment.lie .- which commanded the road, with di. ie-embarked on board his birch canoe, for his decided condemnation ofthe system of the Adam) said in Congress that he regretted nominate candidates for President and Vice. .

\ proceeded immediately with his regiment rections charge upon it :as soon as the action : their camping ground, to prevent any hostilities English common law, looking upon it a? a Gen. Cass : President. On Ihe first balloting Gen. Cass

f I to Dayton, where the army was concentrated, ( commenced. Gen. Cass volunteered his and lo bring them to the treaty ground. code originating in feudal
:: and whence it commenced its march for De- services, together with Commodore Perry, to He rapidly pursued his voyage the FO rive barbarous limes, and utterly unsuited to our some rules of the founders of his country u to interfere till, on the eeventfa, he received one h'in. f'rise

.: troit. The country a trackless forest, and ; assist Gen. Harrison ; and at the moment of cr, across the portage, and down the Wisconsin condition and institutions. This opinion is without instructions from his government,in a I dred and twcnty.lhree votes. Had another J <
t, much was low and&wet. Great difficulties I the charge of Colonel Johnson's regiment, to the place of encapment. Taking with fast gaining 'ground, and we. trust the time is delicate"negotiation between the great powers of I I ballot been taken that day. Gen. Caw would, f'f'I .

were oft interposed to the advance of the which decided the fate o the day, Gen. Cass him only his interpreter, he went up to the rapidly approaching when this relic of feudal Europe. I' without doubt, have been nominated. Before t

t by the streams and marshes, and by took a position with the right wing oft, commanded encampment, where he found them in warlike tyranny-this perfection of sense as it is This I delicate negotiation"directly involved I the assembling of Ihe convention on the fol!. : :
the troops road. But these by Lieut. Colonel Johnson, and ac. mood, and determinated not to treat.- called, but this perfection of nonsense as it in one of the most precious rights of the Uui. lowing day Mr. Polk was brought' forward as f
necessity cutting a '
were overcome with the usual good will and companie it in its charge upon the British Threats and entreaties were alike unava&ng: many cases is-will give u-ay to reason and ted States-that of sailing the ocean undisturbed a compromise candidate, and, after two balloting i .i'

cube American soldiers. The line. It was a dangerous experiment to charge with this exasperated tribe. He left them, justice.In and in peace. To prevent the con. *, received the nomination.On ,
perseverance reached Detroit the 4th of 1812. upon the British line. It was a dangerous and returned to his canoe. As he turned to 1811 arose the well-known question of summation of such a project as not lo inter- the day that th, news ofthe nomination

army Official inrornaiion on that war would July,be declared experiment to charge a line of disciplined go to the river, a young warrior raised his (thp quintuple treaty, in which General Cass fere with other nations, hut to prevent other I of Mr. Polk reach Detroit a meeting of the ,_.

oreriw k them in the wilderness but British soldiers by undisciplined mounted A. gun, and taking deliberate aim at him pulled acted a prominent and an efficient part. The nations from interfering with us. As to the democracy was Gen. Cass, in
the declaration" itself was not received ;until mericans ; hut valor supplied the place of dis. I the trigger but, providentially, the gun missed British government, in its scheme of maritime French government, it took no such a view of an able and eloquent speech, gave his warm rf"

they reached Detroit. Col. Cass was ciplined ; and, withstanding the resistance, fire. This is the only instance violenceever superiority, which it never abandons any more the matter. The answer of M. Guizot lo est support to the nomination, and declared *:

haps more urgent for an invasion of Canada per. that brave regiment broke through the line, er offered to him during the long period of hisintercourse than its plas of territorial aggrandizement, General Cass was in a very good spirit, and his readiness .4o enter the contest to secure t -,:[I:.
! than officer in Hull's He was and instantly the enemy was into con. with the Indians. He proceeded projected a plan, by which, under the pretence exhibited the best feeling to the United States. its success. In pursuance of this, he accepted t
; any army.
! decidedly in favor making an and de- fusion, and threw down their arms, happy to immediately to Prairie du Chien, where he of abolshing''the slave trade, her ships of war He stated that the treaty had not been ratified, the invitation ofthe Nashville committee, and r. _
cisire before the British early should escape with their lives. The British gener organized the inhabitants, and place them ina been enabled to search and examine and disavowed all designs of doing anythingwhatever was present at the great Nashville convention .' .

mOTment invasion. We conceive b al.! Proctor, fled almost at the commencement condition defence, and returned to Ihe and ultimately to seize, the vessels of unfriendly to the United States. in August. His arrival was announced by v

f o be no disparagement tc one to that I of the action,and was pursued by General Cass, treaty grcund By his prompt and energetic other nations at their pleasure. The plan On the 17th of September following this the firing of cannon,and he "'a received with '
be was the master-spirit of that army say until with a detachment, for some miles, but could prevented extensive hostilities, was to form a treaty, to which the five great transaction, the news of the ratification of the every demonstration of popular enthusiasm. 5.
not be overtaken.It Europe should be by which Ashburton treaty reached Paris and Governor Oflhis speech there a leading paper says : .
J tho affair the Canards ; which, it is the end of which no man could know.In powers parties
known he a disapproved of ate step taken is well known, that in this important bat. 1831, Gen. Cass was called by Gen. means a new; principle in the law of nations Cass immediately resigned. His reason for '\'f will not attempt a sketch of the eloquent ,
every tie General Cass bore would be established and so doing we gather from the following eltractsoflelersto and powerful speech that was cade by General
by the commanding general. There can a prominent part fully Jackson to take charge of tIle'ar Depart our flag, among Cass for we felt that nothing tbott of
Mr. Webster ; its publication
now be no doubt that Hull's army never would sharing in the exposure and dangers of the meat, and 'his removal from Michigan Territory otber prostrated at the feet of EnglanJ'-1! : entire word for word and iCRfence: for sentence ;
ba've entered Canada but for the persuasions conflict. An eye.witness, writing some twelve was marked by a universal expression of This treaty was negotiated and actually signed I It is unnecessary to push these considerations a* he uttered it to admiring tholuOJ. would do i L ;

of Col.! Cass. So anxious was he to push ycar since, says : regret. His colleagues in the cabinet wore by the ministers of the five powers-those of I the further task;an and in carrying: one.them Nothing thus tar,but I have justice found to him a full measure of ju tiet. was master.(. _,
"In the Autumn of1I3. well recollect General France Russia Prussia and unpleasant Curt of a great statesman; and the popular thunders
forward and do something to meet the just expectations Mr. Livingston, Mr. McLaneMr..: Woodbury, England, Austria myself could have induced me to do it. I could not of with which it f
Cam, of the North-western commanded applause wa ,
Army. by fifty .
-of the administration and the and Mr. who the -before the' nature of the transaction was clearly explain my position here, without rfcapitu.lalion. receive b the "
country Harrison and Shelby. He was conspicuous at the Taney-men psseud confidence acr.. of 'freemen in rang the t .
that he commanded the advanced detach. landing of the troops upon the Canada .hore, below of the President, acquired fully understood by the world. It became Jly protest of 13lh February distinctly asserted .- valleys! and reverberated from }liill t lo bill! exceeding ; 5'
son that the
United States would resist the
met and was th man t land in arms Maiden, on the 27th of Splember. and conspicuous that of tho country. The characteristic traits disclosed before the ratifications were exchanged of England to search our ,. I avowed pretensions any thing that we have ever heard before." -
i eneY'1 frl at the battle (f the a volunteer aid ol of Gen. Jackson's administration Lave now with the French government. Gen. at the same time,that this was but n.lel my personal declaration Gen. Cass spent some time with Gen. Jack. 'f,
1 I him in
the commanding general. saw the midstof
Cass published a pamphlet which entered liable be confirmed disavowed at the Hermitage. When 1
passed into history. It was bold honest to or by my son they parted -
the battle in the deep the banks of prompt, -
On the 15th of he ordered upon
lo at.
July was
woos into the whole and which I now find a treaty has been concluded the
the Thamesduringthe roar clangor and national. It sought no dangerous con. deeply matter, was government. scene was most impressive and affecting :,
tack a British detachment stationed at the river between Great Britain and the United which ;
and of the Then I translated into French and German, and ex. Satel. An I The of
savage jells enemy. wa green structive powers, and it endeavored carefully provides for the co-operation ol. the efforts eye-witness remarks tears the
Aux about fifteen miles from Fort "
Canars youth of seventeen, and a volunteer from Kentucky. to exercise those of which it was the trustee, tensivcly circulated upon the continent. I to abolish the slave trade but which contains no renunciation veterans were mingled together a they bade ,
Maiden, British headquarters. let General Harrison, in his report ofthe bat. for the American confederation. The awakened the public attention, and created a by the former of the extraordinary pretension each other a )last farewell." ; ..4

crossed the river some distance above the en. of(be Thames,dated October 9, 1813, says : I questions of tho bank, of Ihe removal of great the great sensation even in England. The London resulting a she said, from tfee exigencies Is compliance with (be popular demand. jDJ .
emy's and briskly attacked them when, I have already stated.that General and Commodore i of these efforts and whiefa Ml it
post ; GaS deposites, ofnullification ofthe French indemnity Times, in announcing it, said : very ; pr.teuW General Case took the tour of the Slates of '
assisted in forming the for to be duty to denounce to the
i after loss fled. Here Perry ice troops my FrPh
the some they was spilt the action. The former is a.officer of the highest and of the Creek and Cherokee difficul. ul j is a shrewd performance written with some In all this, I presume to offer no further government.judgment Ohio,Indiana,and Michigan- He everywhere ... f :
the last ColonelCass
hoo during war. promise, and the appearance of the brave Commodore ties-.three of which involved delicate points much bold as ertion ol fact. and a very audacious than a I am personally affected by the or.p met with th most enthusiastic reception from .
tok possession of the abandoned posi cheered and animated every breat." connected with State rights-occupied its at. unfairness argument,which, i is rather amusing the proceeings.and I feel they have placed me in o tb people. He was hailed the father of :. 'j I
when contrasted with a certain tone of gentlemanly :$
tion, and the false I but
immediately despatched a The battle of the Thames terminated can escape by returning But
messenger tention and : change had been effected
were happily disposed of.- is occasionally adopted even in with least Wes. t great ?.
al can.tor'hicb home the I therefore
delay. trust
to Hull informing him of his and end possible
Northwestern to
Gnerl lucces campaign, put an Few, ifany, now in question the wisdomof the very act of performing some of his mot glaring that the President will have felt no hesitationin since first be came among them. The ,, t. '
advising him to march immediately to the in that but not to the difficulties ..
war quarter, forests which be then
Gen. Jackson's course upon these impor. perversions. granting me the permission which I asked for." lofty traversed were now : .
Fort Maiden-the roidjto] which was opened.Had or importance ofthe command The U. lant subjects, though it is difficult now to real. In addition, also, to the pamphlet t, he pre. In December, 1842, General Cass returnedto fruitful fields ; the lonely cabins which he protected :

this been dOe, success must have crown. nited States being* once more P/"s ssion ize the intense anxiety they excited, and the sented a protest to the French government the United Slates. He was received by from the firebrand ofthe savage were
d the operatien, and the war, in that quarter, of the Territory of Michigan, and ofche prov. momentous consequences which hung upon against the ratification of the treaty. In do. the citizens of Boston and New York with transformed into populous cities ; the Indian '

: would have been over. He was however, ince UpperCanada| General Cass was assigned their decision. So far the War Depart. ing this, he stated that he had uo instructions every demonstration of respect. His bold war-path was converted into the railroad; the ?

sadly disappointed by the indecision of Hull, temporarily( the command of the district ment necessarily took any a immediate course to pursue such a course, and adds : stand on the quintuple treaty had excited the harbors upon tbe lakes and rivers which he .

who ordered him to return and join the army. and General Harrison withdrew with his in these questions, it prompt and energet.ic "I have presumed, in the views I have submitted feelings ofthe people in his fiivor, and hn was firstsurveyed were now the sats of commerce .
From this moment had cunsel. prevailed, army. On the 9th October, 1813, he wa and met with the approbation'a of the coun. to you, [M. Gui ot.the French Minister of Foreign everywhere hailed as the champion of the and of wealth ; and the scattered population i .
the lost all confidence in Hull, and he President Madison of Aiiairs,] that I fcxpressthe feetingsoithe I American -
army appointed by governor the which he governed were
At freedom ofthe and now a
in his try. portentous period nullification, anti people. If in this I have d ceivtdlysel. seas, the rights of American great peo
proceeded .
J 4ha advice own course, regardless of Michigan, at that time one of lb most important the military orders were firm, but discreet, andit government the responsibility will be mine. As soon I citizens. At New York be was addressed pie. The crowds which attended his progress '

three or weeks remonstrance of his officer*.- ( civil offices within the gift of the Execu appeared bymesaagc from the President, cn despatches from the United States, i in upon p.lRtcal subjects, to which he furnisheda through those States eeemed rather the triumphal .
Abut after the affairs at the Can. tive. He was the c 'i a well a military in answer to a call upon that subject, that no answer to my communications, I shall be enabled to brief reply, slating his unshaken attachment procession of a conqueror, than the .
whole army was ordered across the of a large territory, having declare to you either. that my conduct has been approved attendants private citizen.
governor many order the peaceful
river Detroit in which baba anytime given tt> "resist the President, that mission is ter principles ofthe democratic and
to ; time, had Colonel hundred miles exposed frontier, filled and tlecort by o my his party ; The following incidents at the public meetings .
Cass'i advice been taken atriiu of the State ofSoulhlCarolina ,mi nated.I hostility to a national bank. On his route -
Maiden might have almost surrounded with numerous tribes of littils said lo the west, he received at Harrisburg i at Norwalk, Ohio on the 17ih of September _,
thin th of But he did deceive His
reduced and not course &
a secure lodgment made cartu. himselr
of the
te hostile Indians, in the pay gov. Slate" Gtn. SCOt! informedhim Pennsylvania, and Columbus! Ohio, by the are taken from the democratic newspaper .
applauded by
Upper Canada. The order of Hull was warmly pco-
of hostility
re. and excited to acts at that
crnment published
constantly that, should, crisis arise and of(hose States, who :
tarn was not 'less unexpected to the than unfortunately, a pie, who are ever alive to national interest and governors legislatures .
army by British agents.As when the ordinary power in the hands of honor and coldly by the came out to meet him, and escorted him to 'a While a number rf revolutionary soldiers were -
vas the disgraceful surrender at Detroit, with or the th approved govern
0 proof of the defenceless stat civil officer should not be sufficient for the exe their towns. At Detroit, the governor legislature being introduced to General Cas.one of our citizens
ou a shot being fired, overwhelming to the it be mentioned that incursionswere ment. approached the General,and asked if he
country may CUl01 of the lavs, tPreident would determine The following short extract will exhibit the city authorities,and people came out 10 .
him. Upoii replying that he4id
country. made by the Indians, and some persons the be taken, and Ike welcome him home, children welcome the not. he gave the
which evaded this memorable a of their
t following account fist
p paper: sneering: In tise
On entering Canada, General Hull distributed made prisoners and others killed within sight to b adopted ; till then l was prohibited -int return eta long absent father. On the 8th ol spring of 1613.Fort Meigs was besiege by the British
a the inhabitants, of tho town Detroit, and three expeditionsof u But the subject assumes another aspect, when
I proclamation among January he was addressed ho committee of and Indiana, and the militia of Ohio were called
wfcich, for the eloquence and high spirit hat mounted militia hastily collected, were l led .fro acting. they (the American people) are told by one of the the Democratic State Convention Indiana, on lo march to fee relief*f Ike forts. Cen. Casa .
'fhe same caution maked the order to the parties tbat their are to he forcibly entered
i I contine cannot be surpassed ; bu it was Governor Cal in pursuit of the Indians, troops when there seemed lo be danger of a and examined,i ia.dtt weses carry iota effect these slip upon political questions ; to which be replied was appointed ait Upper 5s the Saniusky.onuuand.ol whom Six two thouand thousand assembled -
J with the fulfilment outs and some of ttena were killed within hearing ulations. Certainthe Americas does
pro. government at length, declaring national
cntr collision with the authorities of Alabama, arising himselfagainst a were selected to proceed on Ij the foit. The marshn 4 -
1-1" Unfortunately, for the country, tbe ofthe town.A out of occurrences upon the 'lands of the to not bejiee u| the high pec.fonact Ihe Dg VnitedSa parties j bank, (pposc to the d stribtiG of the pro. and woods were filled with water, making the

***bor proclamation, Colonel Cass, was single incident will show the nature of United States in that State In proof of(bis, 1b1.tylne I adapt any the meuUf to i its pro' ceed of lh public opposed to a tarif roads alMost itnpasable. The comnanding general
*the commander of the anY. Had he these excursions in the forests in pursuit of the extract of letter from *or to adopt its stp.tion. They have too, protection, that the revenue & hal not ye< armed, but was daily expeet. On ,
we quote following a Ihe second day ofthe march, ,
a soldier from
the would' have been saved General Cass's who mwch to fear tae lowest TOTJBJ t
1 country the lodianr. servant, Governor cen6denct in any kept t point compatible with the to the weather
th the War written by exposure was taken sick. Uaa&eIn
.L. *_Bonification of beholding the descent from rode immediately in his rear, bad a personalreoontre to Major Department Mcintosh, and dated October such results di.av-owil; apd made they will by yourself see with,sir,pleasure in the name the performance of its constitutional function,"' march in the ranks.be followed along in the rear.

II, ta.d IJ Pa to the ful lmen As it was, be with an Indian, who started from be. 28 Cal, 1833 : of prompt your country, at the tribune of the Chamber of and opposed to altering the* constitution b. When at distince behind,attemptinjr wirhdifficulty

F ding 7 exertion to arouse in the commanlhlt hind a tree, and having discharged his rifle, '. SIR : Your letter of the 21st instant to Major Deblir.of any intentions of this nature. But were abolishing the Executive veto ; that be shouldnot to along keep, one ra-e a with hU, and eamndrs the other two the oces ectooei, rod
brsatbssla Ssenat spirit of PatrI'tJ which attacked him with th lut.en and was killed General Macomb has been laid before me ; and, in and were it possible they might b de.' bo candidate for the presidency, unles I Inominated his regimer4.stranger On pissing him. the Colonel remarked of
I ner line of the admirable paper, after a short IM"er.1 1 hare to inrorm you that you will interpose csired in this confident upettion. .that. notialter 1 at the Baltimore Convention ; rn I : M General, that poor fellow there is sick;
It utt In 1'AL spirit of iDfautol or some. But came to put an end lo this state no obstacle to the set vice of level process upon any in one tittle their course the would be Their their duty de- that he would support the nominee of thatconvention. he is n good felloe thcagb, for he refuses tn go
officer soldier under command whether is. woald be the and tame
It. twJwoassstizsd pace of the Territory or your tUe. back ; bet I fear ba InA'ane will scalp him, or the
led him executive would them.
t. up.a Hull of power from the courts dow Slte of or of termination i it. They prepare crows pick him,before we get to Fort Meigi.* The
f eet.. sp to "ole tutll the wu alraojt 1 unlimited, sod the legislative! the United State. On the contrary.labama.wi give elvei,with apprehension ,but without dismay I On the 4tH of July! 1813, General Cu. ; officer halted, and isjnovnted from his hors.'a


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r When (be Juutig soldier& came up ha jreiwed kim : { that the tariff of 1846, and the independent LETTER Such, it a p to me, would b the conrtruetioo were nor no the indeed productions any portion e of it. north or south,is adapted should representative be the vole of Florida And if tocfe
tick and tired. I well put upon ioD of lb. Coftiturf.n.! cut,, could it be
My b are tta tbougU
y you alone facility wouldbe
established. It is loIh slave labor
a were not to ; poii
treasury consideration
this presented for ao bide. eur ble! that
and strong; mOlt m; horse and fc' The soldierhesitated. nOl question n.frt there from bm.te. 50 voter [La Florida would be
and the escape feoad
,free trade
? exclusive champion of and
Lewis Cass not imperiooa afore
< T ( Michigan, crum.tance.- to Co such
Di ho Wlll..i Fcfr; Int.lin. Hon property would be entirely insecure say a faifbJeMdeserter wtll *
I him witb the ultra of a bard-money currency, that original ordinance of the fn Sadl m
hit horse r'ti"nto
upon r adOatf Oft in of California. Il is morally good and faithful
inj the any part servant I"
night to the general's. tent, he on iw.i4.J'4 the protection and the enemies, feenton. pa.e in 1S1p and which was only of the .mi impiblt. Sorely not......
r pr..ef opponents o THE WAR AND THE WILMOT PROVIS b at the adoption of the thereroe, that a majority But this is Dot all. Mr.
; to join the army. At nigM, *the YOU1:; lo1difr\oe a )., are to look for the defeat r al upon fore frame of portion ef the territory south of 26 30'. which Dromgoole, of Vi,.
paper Constitution government
currency provided complete
: a from
& to the tent where he wa* met by the general a ; of citizens will ginia, a Committee S
will be our appointed
those measures. Such men are usually in the- WASHINGTON.Decemier29,1347 for thq country north of the Ohio while i in a chiefly composed ever to-

:1 : cheerul: welcome That ,officer which wu he General repaid'vrilh Ius, and tcar of pursuit' of some theoretical abstraction, which Sia: We hat learned, through various channels, territorial condition, and for its eventual admission re-establish slavery within its limits.M report on resolutions, passed by the LegWa.

l'IiIG.e. th that letter has been recently adiringihe in States into the Uoi n. And the In regard to New Muic.nt of the Rio Grande, ture Massachusetts, asking the
a yonto Constitution
< ldier vras the adlreti.ng him, them but little! influencn with practical atdreM separate pr.aa..ion
:_ the admission
llnn gives the hu been
.11' question already by
: .11the
within be
to amended
of contained
worthy fellow citizen,John Laylin." The General citizen of Tenn. delartiY that this ordinance Ilel .Ule so as to abolish slave
of and liberal views
of Texas into the
men enlarged \hus Ihe of the Wilmot Proviso. of execution, probably prevent.dany Union
c remembering the circumstance subject necessary means tation in Congress offered the
immediately recognized strength character and infuence carry conviction Having heretofore read with high satisfaction what dire reference to the lubJPt in the Constitution : Should we acquire territory beyond the Rio following a.
La remarked .
Mr. General, that
jlin : other resolutions
11m. from Me Buchanan i in Congress the right to Grande and east ol the Rocky Mountains, it is still rnongst :
done the with their action, isi has in different: forms, rs. farther than vesting
: act was not for world to look it I country emll.ate.
.. upon ; was in to the andbelieving admit Ihe formed under it into the Union.- more that a majority of the people would /feso/rrrf.That the nil established
opposition Spates impibl in the
d.tein the woods! with but three to "itnel it. i indebted for radical and beneficial reforms. P Cos.
'S that the promolgalion of from However circumstances aros-, which required leg. rt-"tabilI1uery They are themlIe stitution as the basis of representation and
Another Our old 'riend Parks, direct
: Majr on Gen. these the
bin CAl pave to great measures without' north of the Ohio a among them negro taxation,
leading Democratic statesmen cannot tx islation, .well over the territory colore aD resulting from a spirit of concession
: introduced' to Gen. Ca.s. urlm.d with able( weight of his influence, and bit zealous, and good effect at this time in facilitating the settlementof I over other territory both within and without the do. nt belong socially degraded race." compromise essential to the formation and tad F
animation, General, I tlunk am to perservt.
unflinching Al I the close ol that Congress the momentous question to, we take the original Union, ceded to the General Government ; With this last remark Mr. Walker fully coincides lion of the States, ought lo be held sacred
lith Jonathan aludf
: of by
the tb.
r .: see you I freight by Ire ynor suppr. in his letter written in 1844 the annexation cf friends
if aDd times, enlarged has upon of I be Union.
Gn. invited he democratic liberty of that you not disagreeable at various a mote power
Can and urcle, at the batilT&4 by : reu..linr .i. .
nit1 Ca
your wa and which favorablean *
referred to been exercised the thereby Texas everywhere produced Resolved That DO
to your to over 7.cn"toritl-meninj 1 proposition to alter
of the or
: the
#. W legislature be published th. I Union." the different Governmentlthan is impression upon public mind I to have con the Constitution, in relation lo representation
LZ'\ inpn!. and t the was a clr.nl bless* were General partake of a public dinner at Albany, &a J. THOMPSON' conveyed by] the limited grant referred to. How fa duce very materially to the accomplishment of that direct taxation amongst the Stales,ought la be t&d

:, for hi. take-during* :The General"'a. Cw. y!.u.tflected in math of their appreciation of his brilliant pub- W. S.WM. FEATHF.RSTON, an existingnecessity may have operated in producing great measure. Beyond the Del Norte" says Mr. commended by Coogiess, but that every such re.
f- nieMing the.friend and companion was.deepv: of hu father ; lie services, and their estimation of bis character SAWYF.R.THOS. this legislation, and thus etendi"1.by rather a Walkr. I slavery will not pass; not only because it position ought.to be promptly and decidedly! con.prt-
law,but because there "
I by race
\ J. TURNER violent implication thHolore
z while thn14 with pparUin*, recounted This honor however he de. nt rien
eyes >
.pttrn. a man. ,
in the ratio of over the
a W. W. WICK. know ,But certain it ii. that the of preponderates
which ntt. On the first of
.t the ''nl through they r..d tntrher. declined.In whites and holding, do. the Governmentand i these resolutions, simply
JNO. L ROBINSON interference,should not be carried beyond the necrs- ; I they sus.
., ,
'I. in men's the acuta.d-.>, :f.danger and strife-the time ttr I .August following, he delivered an address H. S. FOOTE tory implication which produces it. I should be most of the offices in their possession. they will taming the constitutional rights of the South

: before the societies of DartmouthCollege HOWELL COBB. limited lo the creation of proper governments 'for not permit the enslavement of any portion of tbe to their slave representation on the floor of

.4 Another anecdote of General Caw, while New Hampshire literary at the annual commencement ABM. W. VE.VABLE, new cuntrinacquird settled, and to the nelnrv colore race,"which makes and executes the laws of Congress, the rote stood: Ayes 158._Ntv,

; on hii tour through Ohio, was related wiib D. S. DICKINSON.Hon provision for their eventual admission into the countl. I 18. Mr.
much spirit by the late! gallant and lamented of that institution. The societies LEWIS CASS. Union ; leaving, in the meantime the people inhabiting : The question it will be therefore seen on examination Wintbrop voting with the little haw)

afterwards prepared an elegant goldheadedcane them, to regulate their infernal: concerns in : does not regard the exclusion of slavery fanatics,, numbering only 18 of all parties,

Jen.; Hamer. Tbe-cariiage containing Gen. with appropriate device which was presented WASHINGTON, December 30, IS 17. thiir own way. They are just as capable of doing I from a region where it now exists, but a prohibition from all s'ctionsoftbe Union, while Mr. Dg.

Cas Wa one dar stopped by a man who, addressing him I do, a* the people of the States ; and they can do so, against its introduction where it does not exist mocratic Speaker Davis voted
to in Washington on the 4tb of r GETnUl: Agreeably to your request placeat again with tie
the General, slid : "I can't 1--1 \ou I your disposal a copy of the letter to which ; at any rate.a soon I their political independence and where from the feelings of the inhabitants and South.
March, 1849. you i is admission into the Union. the laws of nature t it is morally ,"
to You don't reco/nizt by During impossible I
pass "ilbot fjieaking you. On the of the refer.With Mr. Buchanan that .bbli.h it On the second of these resolutions the
know me, General." Gen. C. replied that meeting present Congress, great respect. I am, gentlemen temporary condition it is hardly, expedient nYI. i can ever re- rote
Gen.C. was elected chairman of the Committee Your obedient cal into exercise a doubtful and invidicus authority, self.It was nearly the same-Mr. Winthrop 4;'
I di. he did not. Well sir, (said he,) I was the Affairs fir which he LEWIS servant CASS. questions the intelilenc. of a respectable augurs well for the permanence of our Confederation against us-Mr. Democratic Speaker voting ClIC
an .Military -a Davis
first in to out of the post limitation whatever ,that,during more than half a which
,Ii :.: man your regiment jump Hon. J. W. S. Featherston. Wm. Sajer.T. *' portion of our cri7ens. century for us.
_, No was most eminently qualified, and which, as Tompson. it be, 1 its ter has since the establishment of this
boat on the Canadian shore. jou I r. W. W. Wick, J. L. Robinson may rapidly approaching tlpse GO'frn- These
i c' were not, (saioocu. C.ue.) i ... ,L* c.t he had been unanimously selected, he considered H. S. Foote, Howell Cobb A. W. Vcnable D. S. mination-an authority which would give lo Congress many serious questions and some of the highest are Totes of Mr. Wiatbrop which

.. man nuselfon ebore." I True, (said the olhr it his duty to accept. Ills course as Dickinsua. a despotic power, uncootrol. by the Constitution importance, have agitated the public mind and should require no comment. The public

chairman of that committee, and his views over most of onr common more than once threatened the gravest consequences, mind of the South is not sane, when .
I first into the
i; ;) jumped nut river, to get but that have all in succcession argument
WASHINGTON country. For if the relation of master and servant they passed away.
the war question, have been seen in the 24,1S47. is to stir it bitter 'I."C A
: ahead of but held tack and upon necessary up resent-
you ; you me got may be regulated or annihilated by its legislation, so leaving our insriution. unscathed, and our country
: on .horeahcad of me." daily proceedings oflhe Senate. The following anwerit.DEAR SIR : I have received it i is written.your letter, and ,hal L may the relation of husband and wife of parent and advancing in hDmber power, and wealth, and in all ment. And if Mr. Brockenbrough was indeed

brief reply to Mr. Mangum probably as as frankly & child and of other the other elements of national prosperity with the unfit to in
: result! of the contest in 1544 is well : You ak me whether I am in favor of the any condition which our institutions a person represent us Congress a mo
Te -- a ofbis opinions can be given acquisition and the habits of our What rapidity unknown in ancient or in modern days. In few since which
society years ,
Ths of State. go summary a of Mexican and our whig
votes western territory what are sentiments re.
my times of
: every would be thought if Congress*houd! Cundtrtake to political excitement when difficult and him Dlma
in the Wilmot presented to be
: regard lo Proviso because
? of his
snys one) and that by a meagre majority, was I have prescribe the terms of marriage in New York, or to delicate questions present tbtmselvts for solution, District
ollen and Address
pircii for Mr. Polk. To the efforts of Gen. Now, with respect to the progress of the war, iris the so in the explicitly that stated it my views of r regulate the authority of parents over their childrenin there is one ark of safely for us,-and that i is, an which was adopted by the largest

lL.: C.ist. and his (Treat per onal popularity eier- said that General Sot is going on from town to fut question to t Snate. As seems alm'lstunneceuay Pennsylvania .And yet it would be a vain to honest appeal lo the fundamental principles of our slave holders of Middle Florida, how muck

4i.'p. ; ted.in furor of Mr. Polk! much of this is to be town, and from city city, conquering all before however, I shall repeat briefly give hlre.them.. you reue.t it, seek one justifying the interference of the NationalLegislature Union, and a stern determination to abide their dictates. more unfit is Mr. Wintbrop to be trusted with Pie
him. I hear it. I {In the This of hu carried in
am very glad to hope that the cases referred to in the original course proceeding us the
L j : attributed. (In, the following: winter, General commanding general Mill continue lo go on in (his Mexico I think, then that n peace should be granted to State of the Union. I speak here of the inherent safety through many a trouble, and I trust will carry greatly enhanced powers of the Speaker

4t : Cuss was elected to the U. Senate, and way. If he d'Jsso, I have no doubt he will conquer the injuries, till which a reasonable she has indemnity done is The obtained for power of Congress and do not touch the question of us safely through many more, should many more b ship conferred on him by Mr. Cabell T WiJl .ol

took hid.seat o the 4th of March, 1St:. In Mexican obstinacy, and thus conquer a peace. extent of this indemnity is, in the us. territorial L such contracts, a may b'ormed with new State destined to assail us. The Wilmot Proviso seeks any Whig answer ? Will any so much ss the
I have alread) expressed my opinions with, to frt instance, a L when admitted into the Confederacy.Of take from legitimate tribunal a question of bold their head and
tie f>r mat ion of the corrnii'tees' of the Senate, regard subject of Executive consideration. Ihe Constitution domerie up meet the gaze of the 7,
the war in Mexico, and have the all the that those policy having relation to the Union
nothing toY on questions can agitate us, no independent
a voter be
Cass has placed it, and there I as Mr.
; was unanimously tendered the am willing to charges CabeQ con
post tell the which and to transfer it to
Ij. subjec now except to senatcr from North are merely sectional in their character are another created by the people
t.t.,_ uf Chairman of the Committee on Foreign Carolina what I had the honor to say to the senator leave itsjudiciousexercis"it ; not only because, but because I have ful confidence in. the most dangerous and the most to be deprecated.The ,I for a special purpose and foreign to the subject- with doing infinitely more than that for which

*:v --.. Afoir which however, he declined. On Iwo from South Carolina I t the adoption of any resolutions ing circumstances of a war, it would, the ever-vary wavping voice of him who, from his chaacer. matter involved in this issue. By going back to our they so unscrupulously condemned Mr. Brock

kV* .: subsequent occasions, the position hIs in this Senate with regard to any danger-it by a public declaration, commit b indiscreet,p and services, and virtue had the best : to war true principles we go back to the road of peace and enbrough ? Of all the lame, deceitful and
sam danger there be-in the of tins wouldbe coun'ry to his Leave to the who be 'I
progress war us proclaimed to countrymen in his safety. people will affected miserable
be but be has line of which Farewel subterfuges into which
offered any indemnity
him declrn- might ,
(!n uniformly otherwise he politicians
but the idle wind. You this it
a might as well standby enlarged obstinate Address-that monument 01 wisdom for by question to adjust upon their own responsibility
....,t,. ed it. 'the cataract of Niagara, and say to itawaters' flow ,the a the injustice of the enemy hope it will be of safety for them-how much we and in ther own manner and we shall ren. sometimes run to save themselves, I roust

. :,. In December! J 1815 Gen. C. introduced nt,' a to the American people annex not territory sure.prolongs contest, with its l loss o blood and trea- had lo apprehend from measures peculiarly affecting der another tribute to the original principles of our think the attempted approval ef Mr. Cabell's emno

:: resolutions in the Senate relative to the national the,' ir they choose to annex it. It u the relu1al l of It appears to me that the kind of metaphysicalmagnanimity geographical porlrns o our counll. The grave Government and furnish another guarantee for its position, by a portion of tbe Whigs of Florida,
Mexican people to do justice that prolongsthis circumstances in we are now placed make and prosperity.I is the ,
" d fences, wl'h particular reference to : which would reject all indemnity at permanence most bare-faced. Ob, how they kicked
"ar. It is which operates on the public am, dear sir. respectfully
tht thesewordswordinfsafety ; for I am satisfied, 'from
; the clone ol and
. : the condition of our affairs with Great Britain, mind), and leads senator (from North Carolina lo direct a bloody} expensive war, brought on al I have seen and heard here, thai a soccessf'il attempt Your obedient servant, at Brockenbroughcould'nt! touch him
by attack
(: rowing out of the Oregon q1e ti n. These apprehend a state ol thing!vilnrh he fear,but which preceded a by a succession upon our of troops by the enemy, and lo ingraft the principles of Ihe Wilmot Proviso LEWIS CASS. with a ten foot rod-because he hinted at the

;;l : resolutions! he supported in a speech of which (or myself, I da.not anticipate. Let me. say, Mr. of}ears, ii asunworthyuithe unjust in nets which fcr a series live upon'thc legislation of' this Government, and to apply A. O. P. NICHOLSON, Esq., possibility of some of the most northern slave
age ,
' : the President, that it takes a great deal to kill thic.un. it is we them to new territory new territory beacquire "Yahrit. Tennesiee. holding States, ultimately
r: ; following is an extract, refrrring to the Ir We have had an crisis almost as revolting to the common sense and practiceof shoul. sending their slaves
; which be alarming e\ery mankind. would conduce but little wOlt seriously ct cur tranquility. I to the most productive lands of
in maintain'ing to future the South
course slmu'J pursueJ I our and
I ,
long I
ear as can the
." > a reoied. came on public not myself to foresee or to foretell the con. For the Floridlan. lettwer

i, ,-:. our right* to the territory in q-iestion: : stace a spectator JefTcn>on was elec to declare security that or we, indeed, to our present reputtion. !Nuentf that,would ensue ; (or I trust and believe In last, I noticed the of the then of their own free consent abolishing the
ted. Thit was a crisis. Then the repuJi.re.1 expectation compensation and my proceedings institution there. Now
:: I A, to ii i it neither to be di&.uuid came embargo from the thEre good sense good feeling enough in the they can support a ,
:: reJinl I nort' crii:-of the non.inrncourse-f t the war-of the not for <"erment. and art country to avoid them by avoiding all occasions whig mal meeting of Jackson county, in man for the Speakership of per
.. thought of to it but to denounce it-* de- bank-of the tariff of Ihe removal of Ihe dtposites fighting any practical rcfult, but for some which might lead to them. which they blind to or wedded Congress- a step frocMr.
nasriation which a in American vague, perhaps philanthropic which constquenccs higher-a of increased
'll1nd response every -and a score of Rut we have outlived them object escapes Briefly, then, I power-who
othrt. am opposed to the exercise of '
:. .. bosm. : i* ever gained national all,and advnce in all the elements of power and my penetration, and must be defined by those who by Congress over this matttr and I any am fo party, approved the monstroul.dotrine"proJaimd is openly opposed to us, and who, by his 'ova
i: .. pnsilaniinily. AI. Ibecountrvwhichseeki to pur- assume this new principle of national intercommunication. jurisdiction ; by Mr. CLAY, in that great Lex
prosperity w a rapidity heretofore unknown in the the votes recorded above
chare in leaving to people of any territory as is one of the most
I'mpoiary security by yielding to unjust pre- nations. wars are lo be deprecated as well by ington speech which made to catch the
' history If we should swallow Mexico tomorrow which may be hereafter acquired, the right to was fanatical and .
the regulate dangerous abolitionists of the
: tn.inns but. s nt at the statesman, by the
pr peace expense of ptrI I I do not believe i would kill us The senator a philanthropist. They are it for themselves, under the principlesof votes of the free Slates of the Union. I quoted
;I' nanent honor and sow the 'ind.lo great evils ; but there are general North and swallow 'is'
safety. I reap; from North Carolina ard greater evils than these ; now they can Mr. Clay,
'L: the whirlwind. I have ni elsewheie, what I will myself may not Ii'eto and submission to injustice is them. The ConstituriCn. Because from that speech his violent anti-SIavery article who denounces the iou,
among institution
see it, but I am by that the as an evil and
meafuii.6d 1. I do in the
i that it is better fo for n day nation which should refuse not bee Constitution any grant of which sho'ild astound
( repeat h.re fight thefirM inch will 'j to defend its rights and every Southern ear.
i i'I not in which the
come vhole of the conn"try and
vast the a reproach mode abolition ject.
I requsite to and I disposed a
-'I its power am not urges more
of ;
_ national territory than for the lasi. It is bettei to honor when assailed, would have neither to Congress Other whig meetings in the State have
J.l dfeaJ the door cut than the heailh-stone- he porch i around us will form on of the mo.t magnificent defend ; and when driven to war son it is not by to extend a doubtful precedent beyond its necessity sug. revolting to the public feeling of the South, fart):
t empires that the world has >etsren-glorious in its professions -Ihe establishment of Territorial Governments gested HEMIY CLAY an their first choice for
thin fi; altar National character is a richer treas'jre of disinterestedness and declarations of than any heretofore urged. Great God and FrWhi
i' : than gold or silver and eurCI.el a moral influence I ment pro"pt-rily and perpetuation, and still more of the glorious in the tirahlish- nanimity. that its.rational objects can be best obtain mag when netd-1 leaving to the inhabranf: all the Presidency. The Sentinel! the organ of is this the degraded tone into which the ,

P,:; in the borir of dancer, which, if not power it- and the principles office government cd., or other nations rch a lesson of forbearance the rights compatible with the re.lions they bearto the party, though, for TAYLOR on the score I of is political will
blessings "hich.lhe! bring with the Confederation feeling any party to degenerate in
I' i .
sell il its sorest all! Thuj faroir. is untarnished ; the strongest! We alone of has
;:':: a ad let us al join, however separated by party or by them. at war with M"xico. and permanent its vigorous peace. are is 2. Because I believe this mea-ure, if adopted avis labilY, : said nothing wouldso cur day ? Is inconsistency like this to be tolerated lug

i.::. ': ( n rru"r\'e 11." In December, 1847, Gen. Cass gave his the surest means of its speedy termination prosecution, and ample would weaken, if not impair the union of the States; gladden &to see him elevated to by Whigs ? Are they prepared, as rational Cais
and vould the
indemnity the sow seeds of future discord, which the executive chair-while not a voice of censure .
/" j In the month of March (following.. Gen. C. ; views at length upon the t Wilmot Proviso," currency of such injustice surest guarantee agains the re- wouVl grow up and ripen into an abundant harvestof has been where raised men, to rote down one man for supposing

11:Ji. delivered! his celebrated on the Ore. in a letter to Mr. Nicholson, of Tennessee. The Wilmot Proviso his a provoke the calamity.. him for any public and tbat slavery will, by natural causes, at 5
In that letter he avowed himself ( I country 3. Because I believe a conviction, that such deserting our some day cease to exist in some Slates as 'onetup
tKf. gon (p ition. As this speech has ben circu. opposed to some time. It has.been repeatedly I discutd in Con. general throwing the weight of his character they
the measure, and to the exercise goes, and by the public I a proposition would 8ureld. would lead to an immediate great I l>ave already in others and then turn round
|i'. v lited and read very generally, a nre. allusion ofanylegi* press. am strongly im. ,withholding the supplies, and thus to a dishonorable against it. So much for that. ; vests
with the and
, .. to it here is all that would appear netes- lation by Congress over any of the territories been prestcd in opinion, that a great change has tfrmin.tirn of the war. I think no dis-; Let us now look after the and talented sustain a man for the Presidency, who } ietvr
the "young
of the United States the going public mind upon Ibis subjectin observer has been, and still is, the warm advocate of : ; ; but the ( extract respecting domestic pa* orate at the scat of Government can "
airy -
following expresses so my own well others and that member from Florida and if he
*.' a a ; doubt are its abolition and c wOUt
? relations of (heir inhabitant. He believed douvt this result. a nun for Congress who has (
: '. futly tbl ofevery patriotic AtneriX resolving into convictions, principle has been more fortunate in his positions. At
can, that: it is wary! of record : J Jf.'V that all questions of that nature should be set. it involves should be kept out of th National 4. If, however, in this I am under a misapprehension the of each cast the vote of Florida for one of the most uncompromising onad:

tied by the people thermelvef who Legislature, and loll to the people of' the Confederacy I am under none HI the prctlcloper.rion of organization Congress some test, enemies of our rights 7 When S
ought to
r ll pain* me. JT. to hc.r allusions to the destruc- 1 be allowed "to in their respective local governments. this restriction adopted by Congrtn,upon atreatyof which is the great and ahs.bing issue of the such is the case,let virtue stand abashed let tioiIT alert<
! : ( this and to the regulate their internal con- The woole peace making acquisition of Mexican is made determine -
gOer 't dissolution ol i subject is a compreheni one, and any terri day, to the character of the
r V J- this ( pains me. not baus they in- cerns in their own way ;" and that Congresshas fruitful of important consequences. would be ill- tory. Surh ,a treaty would be rejected just a certainly Speaker, and he, when elected, is supposed to political honesty be forgotten, and (he public i iiati

:% ,ire me with any fear, but b cau'. we ought to no more power to abolish or establish time to discuss it here. I shall I atsume thai a* (-i.ted to the Senate. More than one- the mind relapse into that state of barbarism to

' :> have one unpronouncable word I the Jews had of' slavery in such territories than it has to tesponsible task, but shall confine myself to such third'of that body would vote against it, viewingsuch represent truthflly sentiment of the great which it is entitled The South can only
od! aud that word is ditiotution." We should! reg. general views, a principle an exclusion of the citizens of majority of the American people. at snargrass
% uUte other of the relative u axe necessary to the exhibition ol t I \1 el. stand and maintain her and
duties of dignity rights, ,
; any social
t eject the feeling frcm our hearts, and its name 'from my opinion Ihe slaveholding States from a participation in the the beginning of thn present session, Pro

fI our tou ues. This cry of, I Va,ico, to Jerusalem," life-that husband aud wife, of parent and We may well regret Ihe existence of slavery in benefits acquired by the treasure and exertions of all, vise involving the whole when her sons are true ; but when party feeling may

'(.' J ; gratsi harshly upwi IUY eari. Our Jeiusalem is child, or of master and servant. He said, in the Southern Slates, and wi.h they" bad been saved and which should be common to all. I am repeating rights question of the ultimately the Unionwas is allowed to run so high as to drive her eithechase

+* neither nor in dauber. is the conclusion from its But neither advancing nor defending these views. slave-holding sons into this the
bElelufrr I yet tit : introucton. there it is, and not by melancholy extreme, scep the rithem
.1lI:" up !a cloriou iu 'hat it i.ti more glorifus the act of present generation; and we must That branch of the subject does not lie in my way. the all-sorbing one, and one on which the tre of her and the prestige of her
. : by the blessing of God. in I to be-a I The Wilmot Proviso seeks to take from its legit with it a a great practical question involving real and Ilhal not turn aside to seek it. South was and is peculiarly sensitive becwst power great ,

;; landmark, inning the nations of the world, stiug- imate tribunal a question t of domestic policy having most momentous We have neither In aspect of the matter the people of the on iu decision depended name is departing ; and she will fail, corrupt &ate
consequences. no remote
fo'g'. ng uollhe stormy ocean a political oppression no relation to the Union a such, an to transfer it the right nor the power to touch it where it exist United State must choose between this restriction her prio and unhonored by any, save by those who, to i say
; existence. Here
to -How ui to a haven of safety and of rational li- to another, created hi the people a special purpose and it we had both, their exercise, by any means and the extension of their territorial limits. They very the free true to her and themselves, hare clung to her withibavinexelutheir

>* <'' berty. Na English Titus will enter our temple of and foreign to the .ubjct-m lM involved in heretofoie suggested, might lead to results which nowise cannot have both ; and which they will surrendermust rayed themselves. The Pro.is was insisted rights, at the hazard dissolving all
* .: freedom through a breach in the battlements, to bear this issue By goine ba-k to our true principles' ,we .man would encounter and which no depend upon their representatives first, and on, and adhered to-its principles laid down party
,*':a thence the ark.of our coaMilution, and the book of go bark to the road of peace and safety. Leave to thepeople good man could contemplate willingly without i then, if these fail them upon themselves. by the North and West with the North. SOUTh RON.

:i-- ,>'J law to take their stations: in a triumphal pro- who will be aflected by this question, to adjust The theory of our Government anxiety. that i 5. But, after all. it stems lobe generally conceded a an indispensable

!' '* cwtiion in the %street of a muff Rome, as trophies it upon their own responsibility and in their its various:members hate reserved to presupposes the Ibat this restriction, if carried into effect, could not qualification for the Speakernhip. Southern WASHINGTON DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION.At .

.- of con. ')jnpe formed from newly acquired democrats, with an enlightened and patriotic of Sathehavebut
the Democratic
meeting citizens
) may a of Wash
...'C Miny a r.vrn has croaked in my day but the Ihenrigina principle of our governmtntand furnish te toed their internal police. They are sovereign tenifory. The well-known attributes of sov.ereiintv. disregard lo patty where their rights held
ington County, to notice
public ,
pursuant atRoach'
, .- auzurr has failed and the republic has ona.l. guaranty for permanence aud prosperity." within their boundaries, except in those case where recognized by os an belonging to the State were not scrupulously refused
.,' mace rUjectEd. to Rlnff. on the 16th day of March. 1843. the
Many crisis his presented ibelfo imagination The Democratic State ofOhio they have surrendered to the General Government aportion Governments, would sweep before them any such meet their northern Proviso Convention was organized by calling the Honorable tany
: Convention on a nominee
of barrier and !
r our political .. we have of' their rights, in order lo effect the oud leave th people to express and
." ; till increased in political prosperity, as we have increased on the 8th January, 1348.. declared in favorof objects of the lnlon. whether these give concern foreignnations exert their will at pleasure. Is the ,rbjert. then, of for the Speak rlbip ; but tha Sllher WASHINGTON G. L. CRMBV TABOR, to.the Chairand appoicline cportButa

.'. ;' in years, and that too, with an accelerated Gen. Cal for the presidency, with a unanimity or the k\ral States themselves. Local institutions temporary cxcln.ion for 'short a period I t the duration I whig, always by words discarding the "loaves motion of Dr.Secretary.On G. K. Baltzell. it was

:.. progress unknown to Ike history of the world. We in the if I no whether of the Territorial Goytrnmenr worth the and fishes !
have class unequalled previous history of may speak, they have reference were yet longing for the pottage, Revolted, That a committee of one from each precinct -
of which it
a whose price at would
.. men ejes are always upon the the State. Although there much lo slavery, or >o any other relations, domesticor be purct.ared-werth the and allowed themselves be to draft Resolutions of reIn
differ to into appointed
was expressive
' : future overlooking the blessings around us, and forever public, are left t. local authority either. originalor discord it would engender, the trial to which it b dragooned the
'I appreenhiveos.megreat political evil which ence opinion in the selection of a candidate derivative Congress has no lo that would expose our Union, and the evils that would the support of an uncompromising .Massachusetts sense of this meeting. OcnatCityBarndemotickeCaroneatchilICounSoutPositi

, : ., is to arrest our course somewhere or other on this for governoryet the popular sentiment in favor there .hal be slavery in New York right or that say there be the certain consequences, let that trial result a Proviso man, whom they aided in electing The ,following viz gentlemen were accordingly appointed
.: side of tbe millenium. To them we are tbe image General Cass shall slavery in it might' As to the course, which has been intimated :
and the conviction that with Georgia; nor is there any other to that responsible station, and ,.Lo. by Dr. G. F. Baltzell, Afessrs. John Miller William
of gold,and silver, and brass than
aud clay,contrariety in him the candidate their State human power, but the people of those States, res ralhr proposedof ingrafting such a re- his first official! Miller Frederick Williams
. unity, which the first rude blow cf misfortune is to 8 could he pectively which can the .Iri< upon any treaty of acquisition, I .appointed an abolition Sharpies Evans, Ben
". strike from its redtta. placed among the foremost of the democratic therein ; and they change relations existing myself it would find but little favor in rer.uld committee to take charge of our territories, jamin Millichamp, Henry O'Neal, and James Cravy.On .
can if they will We will any
r:. .. For my part consider this the strongest States of the Union, induced an almost unan. have slavery in the fornur cay, and we will ,abolish it of this country. Such an arrangement would render and of the affairs ef the District of Columbia. added million lo the ot Major Committee.John M. Long, the Secretary

; : government on the lace of the earth for good, and imous expression in his favor. (At th last in the latter. Mexico a parly, having a right to interfere in our internal And it is here that, a one of the constituents was The Committee, after retiring for consultation,
the weakest for evil.
Strong institutions in .
.b'. the public opinion of a bau.e, supported to none by of election in the State of Ohio, the popular vote In various respects the Territories differ from the to the State Governments questions left and by would the Cnnllilu.hon inflict of the "young and talented member" from reportedthrough their Chairmanthe fallowing Resolutions

the communities of the earth in all that was democratic by a majority of 1,569.- States. Some of their rights are inchoate, and they serious blow upon our a Florida 1 desire to hold the of chastise which were unanimously adopted the last
.i: moral worth and useful con.titurl The State convention of do not possess the peulia atnbure of sovereignty. indeed I lundamfnta princpln- ro Resolution being carried by acclamation.
: knowledge and who have Michigan has also Their relations Few trust there among "ho ment for a moment. The Speaker of Congress .
V.: hrutbe into theit political the breath of him in to fee Georal Government is very thus grant to a foreign Power the right tS 1. RftoleeJ, That the Democratic party of Washington
* system unanimously placed nomination for the imperectlydefined the to inquire is the highest officer known to the
who would it, by Constitution ; and it wilt into the thir County having full confidence in the patriotism
; destroy they created it,if constitution and conduct of the
I presidency. In the Democratic State Con. be 'found, upon examination, that in sovereign of United Slates and and Ui isthe
.A? it were unworthy of them failed to fulfil their that instrument States of ( li4 Union; and if (here are I am not people under a.. fidelity of the party throughout the Union,
o the
U'; jut nrfttions vention of Pennsylvania, held at Harrisburg ed in only the grant of power concerning them if convey among them, and never shall be. To the any of contingency of the Constitution, he succeedsto pledge themselves to the support of such persona a* ,,

>;' .. weak 1'o evil.from tlisry consideration, on the 4th of Mach, 1848 a resolution, in the dispose of phrase and make, I Congress all shall have the power to this country,'under God. now and hereafter people are its the Presidential Cnair. The same qualification the Democratic National Convention of Baltimore ConybecitwscodeIeg,
* which would make. follies needful rules and may nominate as candidates for the Presidency and
the sigV highest degree rtlularionl. destinies committed ; ard we want no ( Powerto therefore
rult. Gen. Cass the foreign opinions, should be
nat of its is the complmentarrlo respecting and other a t required Vice Presidency of the United Stale.

: FTi"tence oVtrtbro1" rlurien can only subvert.government It may in reported by committee, to the United teritorr Certainly this phraseology blunging I: have interrogate,ou done U'this. treaty, or why in hand have, and left to say that Why undone of the Speaker, as those required of the 2. Resolved, That we continue firm in our attachment ,

j.;:. : he chanced ; but it provides for it own change, when and adopted with acclamation by the conven i is very the loose, i were designed to include in I the ? Our own dignity and the jon principle of national Presidential candidate. In this respect theyare to the leading measures and fundamental principles

I the public will requires.. and insurrections, tion.The grant well whole power of legialationoirer person. independence unite to repel such a proposi inseparable. I will not tire the of the Democratic party, whose uniform tendency ion,
as things. The expression I the and readr' is to the perpetuity and extension of
and the various which territory Republican
. struggles by an oppressed
Democratic National Convention other rin. patience by recuring to the vote and speeches UiiCf
': manifests its sufferings and seek the property fairly construed, relates to the institutions.
''jf. co"ryof Imputation it* rights, have no flaee. We hare nothing re-- which met at Baltimore on the 22d of May, lic lands as such,to arsenalsdockards, forts,Blip'pub, But there i i.another important consideration.which made by Mr. Winthrop, (Mr. CabelPs Speak 3L Resolved That we approve the principles of

'; to fear but ourselves." by its final action, unanimously placed Gen and all the various kind. of propelty Olh not to foe Itljht, of, in the investigation of I er,) in favor of the Proviso on its adoption in the Tariff of 1540, which has shewn itself, in its

Cass in nomination for the Pub. United States. may and must posses subject. that presents itself is nota I Congress, or to his votes and actions at home practical operation lo be more generally beneficial
Te part taken I/y Gen. Cats in tbe subsequent lie opinion, to his presidency.brilliant But surely th simple: authority lo J arul question of the increase, but of' the diffusion of to all clashes if community than a protective Tariff, ;
looking fe"l in the Massachusetts
} Whig Convention in
tl. exciting on ibis aniee., regulate does not to tll slavery. Whether its sphere be stationary or pro while it haa.at the same timeincreased the revenue. *J in
question eden
.; and his in controversy to the sterling integrity, and unflinching fidelity, had pOwer of legislation ; to passage of al latct in grrs't. its amount will be the same. The rejection favor of the same, all ofwhicb occurred before 4. RnolefJ, That the Independent Treasury system We

;, Toe opposition treaty, are pointed to him as THE KAN FOR THE TIMES, the most general acceptation of I that "' ; which I 'i not add one to the class of Mr. Cabell gave him his but will content while it has ceased to be an "experiment." ha, supof

r_ to well known to require further notice.- and the proper exponent the American by the by. it carefully udue(rom the .ntence. servitude not will adoption it freedom to aindp myself with pointing.urt out a of the become a"stubborn fact,"whose best commendation I theSlideshareeminplaliEssppto

: Having been trained in the school which Plain and o In And. indeed if thin '" W. .nnl r.n.pp unn.- bein? who is now nlaced therein. The- same pre. is found ia the safety and facility of its practical
democracy. hs vious of Mr. in
unassuming another provision : ; numbers willbe Tore Winthrop Congress on
taught him. in our intercourse with foreign na. cessary the Constitution which spread over greater territory; and so operation.
.. lions, to cLKk for nothing but what is and manners, kind and generous to a fault, frank grants to Congress the power to legislate, with the la a compression with lest abundance of the necessaries the all-exciting question of Slavery. Feb. Retelerd, That we are opposed fe the Distribution -

isI: submit right, and social in isis intercourse with bit fellowmen consent of the Sates. respectively, over all places of life, i is an'evil so far will that evil be 1844, Mr. Delser, of Alabama, o fie red th- of the proceeds of the sales of Public Lands

; to malting that is wrong he Lad the he ia in every sense of the word, A purchased for "erection of forts, magazines, mitigated transporting i slaves to a new country, following resolution : among the States and in favor ol a gradual redaction

k moral courage to stand up for the right, what DEMOCRAT. atsensladock.ymds. **.- These being the t pl'Opr.y" and giving them a larger space to occupy. of the pric of lands to actual settlers.

ever might ba the con querct'. of the Vnire States, if the power to make I say this in' the event of the extension of slaveryover Resolved, That all efforts of the Abolitionists or 6. Reiolved. That the Administration has oar cordial
. needful rule regulations new acquisition. But it there ? This others, made to induce Congress to interfere Ibe J
During this session, hostilities commenced concerning" them any can go with support in its measures with regard both to
between the United Slate and the Pounding and Pu .-" Will you giveme includes the general! power of !tgie.tin. then the may well b* ",ubred. All the descriptions which questions of Slavery,or to take incident step* thereto commencement and management of the Mexican ;

republic them pennies now 1" said a big grant of authority to regulate territory and reach us of the condition of the Talfornias and New are calculated to lead lo the most alarming and war; and although we desire peace,if it may honor
of Muic. Gen. Caw advocated the moat to a little after him boy other properly of the United States" is unlimitt lei. to the wq4i.i.io of which our eflbris seem dangerous consequences ; and that all such efforts ably be had,yet we wih no peace that will 5tit S'Y* stNovlOg.WIPrinsuppmpSethIf

energetic measures for a vigorous prosecution one, giving a severe tbum. wherever subjects are found for its opntion, directed unite in representing those countries have an inevitable tendency to diminish the happiness full remuneration for the past and ample security for

of the war: and for carrying it into the heart ping. exercIse needs no auxiliary I on the I agricultural region similar in their productsto of the people to endanger the stability and the future. .

. oflh .neiny's 'a No, I won't" other hand, it does not include such power legis. our middle Slates, and generally unfit for the production permanence 01 the Union, and ought not to becountenancui 7. Revoked, That we regard the Wiloot Proviso 18th

country. "Then I will give you another pounding." Ution over Ibe t other property"of the United State of the great staple, which can alone reader by any friend to our political institutions." as subversive of our Constitutional right ; and its ,
In the winter of 1847, the *' Wilmol Provi. then it does not include it their lave valuable. ef
over territory t"for If we are not grossly deceived continued discnsion in as productive
I Pound and be d. labr It would that Congres
d Me seem abort of the ,
away and Dr. body,
the any
# K> was inlrodiKfd' intolheSeiaat &an a. same terms which grant the one, grant the -and difficult to conceive how we can be-Ihe much danger to M r peace and harmony of the Union.

mendtnent to I hi three million bill, by a fed. Franklin agrees. Dr. Franklin says : take other. I Territory" is herechassedwith property inhabitant of thoe regions, whether they depend crazy fanatic, could assent to propositions so 8. Rnolotil. That those Democratic member w

era! senator from New England. The design care oflhe pence and the pounds will take eare and treated I such ; and the object was evidently to upon their ploughs or their herd, cannot b.slave mild, and so far within the limits of the Constitution Congress from the non-slaveholding States who ]

ofthertn.l eec." enable the Oaeral Government,I a property-hold holder Involuntary Jab. requiring the iHvest- as these ; and although \\e find that have voted with us on the question of the Wilmot

of tLo mover wat evidently lo deal the er, which, from necessity,, it must be, to manage, preserve ment of large capital be profitable when the almost entire Proviso, are entitled lo our cordial acknowledgments!
of all
passage of Ihe b.llo which it ".. hf at. The defrn M o the French enai' had been and dupe tf. such property as it mightpossess employed in Ihe production of a few ( articles vote parties were re. toT their adherence to Constitutional principle is
ordered to be and authority essential confined by pature lo uoe. corded in their favor Including the name of tbI14ibflthejstand
Inched, and lo the aminiltrationin placed in prrfitt condition?$ and i almost to special paying preference to sectional prejudices.
the war. several Regiments bad t been tfcitner. its being. But the lives and persons of our citizens, larger retuins than the usual agricultural products democratic Speaker Davis, yet Mr. Wintbrop, 9. Reiohedt That we fully concur in the proceedings -
prlutionpfthe Cal Yo en with the vast varietyoobjects connected with them, spread over more considerable portions the earth. with just 22 others out of the whole house, is of the Madisna State Convention,and will heir-

- ted against the prwviso, fO reasons &it in Report says that Commodore Jonee meAd cannot fee conrole by an authority which is cnerriy In the ibIs letter of Mr. Buchanan upon o this sub found voting against it. Could it be believed lily support the nominees of that Convention.

i his speech on tie occasion. taking Tipec, California coarf, by rro called into ei.tene for the pnrpcie of making ru/r ject, not )long siace given to the public, b presents that such sentiments should Tbe Convention then proceed to nominate tIN!ol'-

't It was during the sessions of thti government. an4regat.farikifupo.itwn aatden.gaaentof similar considerations with great force. a man, holding dates for the Senate and House of RepreaeofaUrea
Congress Ntitlrr.
; j o roty..IL I u!s the distinguished writer, I the toil, cimat.. under any circumstance, receive tad entire the next General Assembly ; which resulted in the


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11II"_of_Gco. K.j-BAi.TXtLiM- candidate fer'' pnttJle. Canwe set MJJ thing, then, in the present -member well that tbe Srntintl bu rang it ia anT They )asvetieevyetsoinjnated a anidb w. critic concessions- Conetitntioo- D derived dynasties- from, but the originatingfrom aants o Newport" ip.F d ; I'I'a

p_$ =ro tbr Fifth Senatorial? District, and E P- posture t.f the opposition to seduce us from for the last six months, that .both parties at a exception- This] is rn11 our the o kin.oure o of political power reccg- :

u candidate {o Ra rcicntatire our faith ? Certainly not. On the contrary, we the North are rotten on the subject 0 alavery."- sufferings i intole ble. With an eptiene of nized in I the States of tbis Union ; the inherent and t

p Binf i >'::11 COUDtJ. ought to more attached to our principles than When we see, then, a man in the midst of such general fifty or sixty years )before us-failing ech year to inalienable right of the*] people, in their ..cncr.igncpaciy ; .f

***'llotienof 5Lj; Major the John proceedings M. Long ef, it this was Convenported ever and b gin them a more cordial tupport in the hostility t3OT, stepping boldly,and avowingsentiments satisfy the Whig in our candidates-we ought, by to make and to amend tbe welfare their forms of a gov. ;
That in such manner u community
***' to Floridiaa and Southern Jour- coming struggle. And we are persuaded that such in tie very teeth of popular feeling, we this time to have arrived at the very summit of political require. THE WAKULLA IIOTELLavittguradergeneez- t t..
for tbe
th may iye b DOW reception a'
"'i: a n fo their plic*tion. will be the case. We hare truth and justice on our must be satisfied of his .in rit,. We mast believe sagacity. and not have placed before the Rtol"t That in the recent development of this of guests iraprovecents,under the supetinten open Clime of Mr. {ji

: 'CyttiOD thn .Jlfffe CAoirman.dee. side, and it would be giving .aid and comfort" him-it would b against the evidence of our reason country a man for President who had something in grand truth ol the sovereignty of the people M."D1J. wb M experience and well known qualities .

the to doubt how the people will decide in to distrust him, and we cannot see by what process hu composition wbi h would secure for him at least and heir capacity and power for self-govern as a hostess wairantatbe premise that DO expeb* '
C Qi.T. Serreay.fOLORDIAK. enemy ment which is prostrating thrones and erecting re- or attention will withheld that wovld add to tile i 1 t
; 1 the end. of argument the Sentinel can arrive at a different the respect!, if nothing more, of the Florida b
publics on the ruins of despotism in Ihe old world, comfort and of visito, f }
conclusion. We know that the Provisoists in New Sentinel! We humbly hope, however that, although we feel that a high and sacred ddy is devclecdssithincreased These pleasure situated o the Mark River, l*
Although the Whig presses, I was expected, bittftlv York refu.e to support him, on the ground of his we have, for!the nine hundred and ninety. responsibility uj'on the democratic party five miles above its junction with and '<

denounce the nominee of the Baltimore Convention partiality to the South; and these, and other indications ninth t.ime, ai't to blease the opposition, this consideration of this country I the party of the pevpfet\g sustain abut eighteen miles Sooth of Tanaha in the :

*'"': do with affected will make of ultimately and advance among us,coniitar ionallbrt, e<,uali- of a hnlby pine region open the constantea l
"1-T- tH ALOKE. fcr the Presidency they not, an are sufficient to convince every impartial not us altogether despair and f t.rnity. by continuing to reit !) breeze Gulf, rendering t a residence, S fi

sneer, enquire "uthoiiLnrir: CaitT1 But nUN, that on the question of all others interesting tarrying our ticket. We must recollect and exclusive legislation lor the benefit of the few during the sultry summer months, truly

gSmSiyTjune10, m8' the rancor with which they have t'.ready! assailed to as he is with the Swuth, and ought, therefore to that in 1S44-, the Whjigs were outraged in our nomi. at the expense of Ihe many, and by a vigilant and A substantial bridge .been thrown over deli.bUa1, t'

know him full that nation constant adherence to those principles and compromises iringing the and sea shore within n i
him hovrs that they t.l; they be supported by u?. -they were indignant-they could not find light-bo.
of the constitution, which are broad enoughand doors tide horseback In carriages, I
VQ or convenience
: & ocRAT0M1Tb0p.oz know him to be a statesman, whose talentf, energy, language in which loj express their contempt for our embrace and uphold the Union
string enough for sea bathing will be found at all time*. a
c.tiTto STATES : integrity, and firmness constitute an insurmountablebarier Truth Mighty and will prevail.We our candidate Anus i yet, in spite of their chagrin tn it was, the Union as it i.,and Ihe Union I it shall The bathing "taMi.hmet connected with the Hotel I

?R1uLn1T or TiE to the march of their party. commend to the Sentinel the following extract and mortification at the prospect of having to beat be in the full expansion of the energies: and capacityof has been thoroughly repaired,and improvements

GEN. LEWIS CASS, Among all the defenders of the Federal platform, from the New York Courier and a such a foe, we TRIUMPHED, and routed them, horse, this great aid progressive people.' made so that lunge and shoer baths can b fur.ruistae.i :
Enqie Reolrtl,That a copy of these Resolutions I e for. at all hours of the free of
01)(1CHIGM.To we know few who exceed in ferocity the Florida Sen TAT LOR Whig paper. Our neighbor wi .e i foot, and dragoons Let this recollection,then and warded through the American Minister at Pail to the acknowlidged intrinsic day value charge.tofelherwith and miracu- i i'

VICE .aEIIPCT : tine A parallel to his overwhelming torrents of while he .entertains leas: respect for Gen. CAlthn I the no less important fa.t, that we have never yet the National Convention of the Republic ol' France. bus effect of I be water in particular cases, present .

BUTLER sublime abuse is seldom to b met with North of that for any other politician of his grade in the mad. a nomination fo President for whom the Whigs Restlved, That the fruits of the great political attractions to the invalid and citizen of leisure noturpa '

t GEN. WIL .sister Republic" whose literatuie.eloquence.couraie whole country," otheis of his own party, who know entertained the slighest" tct"lene to strengthen triumph of 1S44, which elected James K Polk arid <>ed in the Southern fht,. Those in puruitof )
:. George M. Dallas, President and Vice President ol pleasure atoD find boats for fishing
ca& always
. JENTCCJY. and patriotism, have been recently illustratedby something of the democratic nominee, talk in very u< in keeping our1 faces to the foe, and a we have the Union in defeating the declared ptsrpos ot parties or exeuTiioM to theWakolla Spring and the '. I'

ftR GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA ISEN. matchless pronunriamentoi against the .vile different strain. Though opposed to him politically, ever done when united( xve shall carry ou ticket their opponents to create a National Bank in pre. Bay or can enjoy the more exciting pleasures of the

BAILEY. Americans.. they yet have the honesty to speak of him ass man with :triumphant 'ute s.Democratc. venting thecorrupt and unconstitutional distributionof cha e. seek exrrcUe in the Ten Pin Alley the game i
WILLI of the kind of to whichwe Ihe land proceeds., Irons the common treasury of of Billiards or the healthful dance. In a word L
CONGRESS : A specimen composition of ability and experience- f incorruptible in- '
FOR great the, Union, for local purposesin protecting the currency every tbing.poslit.le will be done to make the Springs
WILLIAM DUVAL. allude may be found in the Sentinel of the 6th tegrity in public and private life-as a mal whose Platform. and the labor of the country from ruinous an agreeable: resort. "

instant. Rare I this specimen is, and .bard to election to the Presidency, were he a whig in principle ;; fluctuations, and guarding the money of the people June 10. ISIS. 47 .
Mr. Coc, of Georgi5rm the committee on resolutions for the use of the people, by the establishment of the
think the transcendent
FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS : beat it it beaten. we by following would them much as that of
give pleasure
a stated that; the committee were ready to Constitutional Treasury in the noble
GEORGE R. FAIRBANKS, Of/ St. John rush of Abolition gall from the surchargedliver any other man, &c. This is praise which all true report arid the resolutions reported were read by to the cus of Free Trade; by the repeal impulse of the given Tariff Drugs, Medicines, &c. 7.

CHARLES H. DUPOXT. Of Gadsden.JOHX of a New York Barnburner :" democrat may well be proud. I afford, us great Mr. HULE of Boston, as follows : of 1SJ2- and the creation of the more equal, EDWARD-BARXARD, JR., : .

MILTONOf Jacb County.Inolntloni the \-t York dole. to spread it before our readers to.day. With Ketolvd, That tb American democracy place honest and productive Taif of 1S46- ; and, that, in
10 pleasure their tru in the intelligence, the patriotism, and our opinion, it would b fatal l error to weaken HAS[ received, by the late arrivals a :
The Baltimore Conrention. will be seen by areference such a candldite;tbe democracy can and will triumph discriminating. justice of the American people. the bounds of political organization by which these addition to his stork ol GENUINE J .

cnanlnonily adopted by the to our lelegr.phic report, that the Democracy .*- /foto/cfJ.That we regard this as a distinctive feature reform have been achieved-and risk them in DRUGS AND MEDICINES, all of .
of the United States have (ailed to combine, peat which are cf good Ittefor CojA. i
yi with whatever qIi
florWa Democratic State Central Cmlt A' I'. Courier and of our political creed, which we are proud to hands of their known adversaries,
National Convention, at Baltimore. Several dele- From th Enquire Qy30. Also, on hand a genuine assortment of the follow
a solicit surrender
the Resolutions by the maintain before the world, as the great moral element delusive they may our
/. Resolved That adopted Balti- g..tes from different States scmtled, and after a .Gen. Cats.-It i!too much the custom of the in a form of government, springing from and of that vi appeal, u the only safeguard of li ing, which are warranted genuine viz : '
Democratic National Convention at to nothing but what is Houck'c Panecea, RowanJ's Improved Tonic Mix -
rtcent croiracted discussion. refused to allow the ReprenUtivefc mere party press perceive upheld by the popt will ; and contract it with berty. .
part, embody the same principles contained in the *; of the I>emocracof New YOlk to participate i evil in an opponent.and only o qualities-real oriniainsryifl the creed and practice la of federalism, under whatever Resolved, That the confidence of the Democracy tore Wistar's Balsam of Wild Cherry. Erandreth's .. C

jWiocratic resolution ol 1K44, and deserve in like in their deliberations. They)' proceeded, how- I!' a political XVe accordinglyfind name or form, which seeks to palsy the will of of the Union, in the principles, capacity, frmnes Pills, Sherman's Celebrated Cathartic, Camphor 1
; I Her, to ascertain who was the of the Gen. CAl spoken 0''. a a man without character Worm Cough, and Dinner Lozenges, Boupland'eCelebrated
the full free cordial, active.zea'onsar.dconjjnotu preference I I' the constituent, and wilch conceives no imposturetoo and integrity of James K Polk, by
Jner, I gentlemen as"emblfd. and on the fourth ballot, it and without political strength. monstrous for the popular nomination and election lb-41, has l>een signally Fever and Agwe Remedy,Luceria Cordial.Thompson's .
support of the Democratic party of this State. proved that LEWIS CAIS, of Michigan was the I "This is a great eror. In all the relations of Resolved therefoict That entertaining creulty.these view, justified by (the strictness of his adhesion to sound EyeWaterMcMeerius'F.IixirofOpiuci.

Brllrrd? ,Tat the nominations LEWIS CAM for choice of a majority of t htmstl res. I private life Gen. CAl has been known to the w riter Ihe democratic part) of this Union, through their democratic doctrines, by the purity of purpose, the Sands Sarsaparilla. Turner's Fever and Ague Pill*. :

freiident, \ILU3 O. BCTLER, for Vice President I We do not regret that Ibis gentleman was preferred fur nearly thirty year ; and a more estimable father i delegates assembled in a general convention of the energy and ability have characterised his administration Tyler's ditto, Gordon's Billious and Ami-Dyspeptic ;
and that -for. in regard to him, the views ot the Democracy)' and husband, or a more honorable coOrpntlou"gentleman Stales coming together in a spirit ot concord, of devotion in our affairs at home and abroad ; Pills! Berkwith's Anti-Dyspeptic Fills, Peters' and ,
met our unqualified approbation- j of: our State have been frequently and fully expressed.j we are not acquainted "ir ralents.I'' to the doctrines and faith a tree representative that we tender al him our cordial congratulationsupon Spencer's Pills, and am Agent for S. P Town ends -

along .these divinguished nominees stand upon j course upon various questions, but more partio there can be no question; and were he a \'hig go\ernment, and appealing C to their fellow the brilliant success which has hitherto crowned celebrated Sarsaparilla, in quart bottles, at ft per .

elevated platform of the Baltimore resolutions.t ularly] on the subject ot maintaining freedom in territories principle, the election of no man to the Presidency, I'I'I citizens lor the rectitude ot their intentions, renew his patriotic effort, and assure him, in advance, bottle. Also, superior Lemon Syrup, prepared from
will cordiallv support them, and earnestly rc- where it new exists, hat earned for him the I would give us more plea ure. But he is not a White, and re.asert, before the American people, the declarations that at the expiration of his Presidential term, he pme Citric or Lemon Acid, fur pre'erable for the .
; of the of this State end I I and what is he in our I sick use than thai usually sold, London
i heart.1 contempt lee worse represents judgment, of principles avowed by them, when, on a will carry with him to his retirement the esl.u-m, or ordinary .
::end them to the people.JOHN !1 that an opportunity it presented of the very wor"t portion of the Loco Foc party.- i former occasion, in general convention they pre- resnect all admiration of a:grateful country. Porter, &.C.. fcr. Zr
P. DUVAL, Chairman. declaring tilLs tetittment at Ihepo'llt.Had Those who have contributed most to give him his sentol their candidates for the( popular surrszes : Resolved, That this Convention here present to June 10, l84. 47Committed

I the tepresentalivesof l.f New York been allowed nomination to the PiesidencyaretLe very men who 1. That the federal l one ol limited the people of the. United States, Lewi CAM, of .
Democratic Platform. to take part in this nomination, it will be seen KO for the whole of Orrgonal Mexico, Cuba. &c..1 power, derived solely from government the constitution! and the I Michigan ai the candidate of the Democratic party .

We publish to-day tbe admirable: resolutions a- I that a two-third vote would not have been obtainedfor &c., war ur no war. h.should be to : grants of power shown therein ouzbt to be strictly for the office of President and WILLIAM O. BCT- rfto Jail on the 5th instant, a negro boy na-

Jjptcd by the late Baltimore Convention. Theyrsbody General CAS.Ve are gratified that such was the Presidency shall hn.k upon a war with Kng- : construed by all the 'departments and agent* of the L -Rof Kentnckv, a. the candidate of the Democratic med ANDREW and say he belongs' lo ; .

tbe creed of the. Democratic party cf I heBIOD I n-.t the fact. and that we are thus relieved. from all land a* dfmande by the deliberate judgment of the C'nerr.ment ; and tht it is inexpedient and dangerou party for the cfiice of Vice President of the United Duct Shaffer, near Cherry Lake. Said boy
rej .onsibity fur a "ominatio tchieh ful drip people, sure 11fror hu success. I to exercise doubtful constitutional power*. States. Lis about 2-> years eld, black, and pretends to
[ on all the great questiors w hich l. ; c ant! da dif grate on 1e parties by it horn it Uc. The "We will not pause toenquire into the causesor I 2. That the constitution ducl not confer upon the have fits. The owner is requested lo come and take

.agitate the country. I delegates (torn New York were excluded, becausethey : the justice of his hostility; to England ; but ailwho general government the power to commence and Journal, If .Wttsengcr Extra, June 3. him away otherwise he will be dealt with according '.
were fiiendh to the presert alien of trcedrm in are familiar: with the Oregon qutHTion, knowfull internal to law. 't
( a general stein ol improvements LATER FROM .
reader's attention to the brief free and Ceneral nominated because well that it not his fault that did not carry MIX.O.IEACE
;j- We invite the territories. CAll\va-i was war I Igl 3. That theconstitution aloes not coi.ler authunty I J. W. SHERWOOD, Jailer.
; h 01 the Life; and Public Services of G.neralLrwii I he b>,li veil uch preservation unronatituticnal., COlt ol it. I the federal government directly indirectly, PEACE! June 10. 1S43. 47 t'IQULKY
Set ; This is exactly the teat jirest-nted by Georgia, Vir:i- .Yet notwithstanding these facts, it i is upon c
: the debt ol the se\eral! States, contracted
in this Thesb to from .
CASS published day's paper. I via, AUbama, and Fonda, and to which the Utica '. manifest to us. that except in thia Stale, General aiuf We received this eyening a despatch FOR S.ALE. Apply to
other State
> of ihis document, and Gfn. *.. interc tirgtfCtron I Convention re.oh'td they nrter would sub- i I CASS is altogether the strongest candidate that could I for lo.1, I.orQuid aternallmilronm.'nti such assumption, {be ju.-l and expe purfifsrs the Delta office containing important news I,) J. R. FORTUNE .

the Slavery question both of which we 111t The Democratic party of the Union has been have been selected by our opponents. Of this there i I dient. from Mexico by the steamship Edith, which June 10. 1S43. 47 At the Tin Manufactory'

to Ihe entire in i dismembered on this sole question and the Democrat I can be no doubt; and whit i is more, we sincerely federal New Orleans. Let P
Kit anxious to five public one pa- : I 4. That justice and sound policy forbid the arrived this morning at .
ol New York are thrown back to the alternative I I believe that General TAILOR is the ot.ly Whip in Western Produce and Groceries. .
excluded much other government to one branch of industry to t the theIst
p hue necessarily mater of State action and State nominations. It remains I the United States who i is $tion enough to; beat him. JOlter I! ters from Mrsstang" were received up to of PROVISIONS
interests of TUST received
detriment of another, or to cherish the i' a large supply
ear columns to-day. for them, to act with the calmness frrnnes*, Few men in our country ', have mote personal friends inst., from the city of Mexico .1 tf
I one portion to the injury of another portion of our : AND GROCERIES at the store
and iiftcrmiutioi, which has al'.vs. !signalized! theiracrinn. than Lewis CASK. The whole West Stilt NorthWest common ; that every citizenaou etery poi- I'I The Treaty was ratified hy tho ('hamt>r S. S. KNIGHT.
Geu. counlt
I IWe devoted hint and the of
Cn9 I' are ; upon subject tion oflLt country, has a right to demand and insist of Deputies on the 19h: inst., at GJ o'clock June 10. lS49. 47
We publish this week the letter Gtn. CAl toJ. trust arrangements wil! be made to receiveour the peculiar institutions of the sou h. he it as arrep- .
o :an equality of rights and privileges, and to I M. The it to .
upon I P. vote on was fifty-one
delecatim with the honor due! their di&tineuiahed !I table southern slave-holder: would be. thiry.t
to to men ai a
) the ol' the \\ ilmot f'c.fJ Sale till Itt in
on subject
and ample protection ot and property postponed Monday July. :
tICHOLO! : complete | persons! t In the other branch of there
fidelity and ability ; to hear their ,report and I Add t" these sottroes strength, the unexceptionable five. Congress
Of course it will b read by every body a* x- to : to the be I character of CASK, his admitted 4 fr.a domestic violence or foreign aggression. that will be Hamilton Tax Sales.
C07UUl at inJiriua/o o"l ftivate General 5. Tint it it the duty of every branch ol the government I is no doubt it approved by a comparatively
aiito learn his opinions on this interesting ,\> / this eri\i a' lard and the certainty that in this State, .
tht glorious talfllt. except to enforce and practice the most rigid much larger vote. virtue of the power vested in me by law, I
jed. Want of space precludes us from making a y of frt principles. New York has bIn outra- i he \\ .1 poll :the whole vote of his p.tyand there 1 economy in conducting our public affairs, and that Orders had l been i issued for the in of BY shall expose for sale before the Court Hou '

father remarks upon the letter this week. red and insuttd-theretnibition: will be :w.tI ran no question but that he is altogether thevtrc'nre.t no more revenue cugnt to be raised than is required I ca1ng door in the town of Jasper, Hamilton County. Floridi.on .
From resolutions: .t I will! long rirz in the .a. <.t( tho.* who have. .f uul.t i csytitate! that our opponent cot'.d: have to defray the necessary( expcr.ncsof the "\.rnii.tT.t, the outposts of the army, and they were ex. thefirst Monday in June, 1543,the following -.
following adapted by ,, to poy : nji -d. 1y have acted wiiely H pi-icing |1,1m before and for the certain extinction of the pected lo march for the coast between the let sciibed property, or mwch thereof as will pay

Ttig Legislature ol this State at the lat session, i* substituting a Erodtricfr for a HAvtMLTrn, a* tie :I the puSiic! : as their candidate; ""iUlhe Whigs dibt created gudualtut by prosecution of a just and necessary of June. the State and County Tanes doe thereon,for the year
? Jibeseen the of Florida i representative of our Ci'y Democracv. and puttingup lake a l lesson out of their b-x,k. and put in nomination -
f that Whigs stc. j 1547 tc-wit
occupy I war, after peaceful relations 5h.1 have been Gen. Persifor F. Smith had been appoint. : 1'
f x ground on this question to that taken by Gen a dou.h-face. a the had of a nation of freemen I the only"man in our ranks who is strong enoughto restored.C. I ed for the rmbarcation of the TheSW 1-4 of the S E 1-4 of wtion 33;the entire '
o I beat him : superintendent
: Ci.. These resolutions will be found on pages S3 We f ublish this effusion to stimulate our neighbor That Ccngrr.'s has ne power to chatter a national I section 34; the W lof action 3-"n the E 1-2 of
Then exhcrtation fore forces at Vera Cruze, and he was to leave Ihe section 26 all in 2.
follows an to the Whigs to bank that we,believe such an irslllicn. ne the S W1-4 of ; township range
Ki s of the laws of last session : to renewed exertion and to let others know how .personal preferences,.and unite on Gen. TAYLOR ot deadly hostility; to the best inlcieMs cf the country ; city of Mexico for the purpose of entering on 12, north and east; also the N W 1-4 of section 2.anJ .

Sec2. Be ilfurthtr resolseJ, Tar in the o,ina delighted Northern Abolitioni are with the nom- for in him the Courier the in dangerous to our republican institutions and the : this duty on the 24th inst. Ihe N 1-2 of sect ion 3. and the N El-4ofsec-
sees only man
fthis General .Assembly, a just correct i.i- I inition which is s!revolting to the Sentinel. liberties of the people, arid calculated to place the is (lion 4, of township 1, range 12.north and east, por-
*7retatio3 of the Con 'i Btiin the Territorial a well as the State Legit i says defeat as certain to follow the nomination of money power,and abovetbe laws and Ihe and we 'lake great pleasure in laying it before ALSO-The S E 1-4 of the S E 1-4 of section 31.

; iraTe.. telwtl j'lrifdiction: over the person of ia- : anti-Wilmot men from the same bundle- North and any other man. we shall see.We willot the people and that the result ot democratic ; our readers. township I, range 13. north and east, purporting to j

, d'tdials within their respective limits and that it i South join hands over it, and he (Gen. CAbs) i iS: put I i al observe\fI another in legislation, in this atd all other financial measures, I The few-Orleans Bulletin, after announcing belong to the Es'ate of Benjamin Chaires.
.eald be arbitrr. unjust and a usurpation of power forth as sound in both sections." .o Whig paper speaking which i issues:have been made between (he two JOSIAH T. B AISDEN, Sheriff.er .
upon of the ratification of the
. M the part Congress, to annex conditions to ih"tiaitsion Bit what say the dele f Why, that Cen. CAM' I high terms of Mr. CASS. We allude to the AugustaGa. political: part ics of the country have demonstrated to I the news Treatyof oficif Tax Col. Hamilton Co. lt>47- :.
. ef a State into the Union, or the annexi''. 'I ( .) Republic a strong Clay paper. That paper I candid and practical men of all partiestheir souncli Peace with Mexico, adds : March 11.1S43. 34-3mQ&

territory thereto, involving the right of jurisd c- course, particularly on the subject of maintaining says : >e!<, safety and utility in all business pursuits.. I .* ,e also learn thai a very considerable The above sale has been postponed until Ihe ;

. t in Con ? over this subject which exclusvi : *- freedom in territories where it now exists," (that.v .We bdieve that it will be conceded 7. That Congress Las no power under the constitution i- portion of the volunteers will probably remain first Monday in July.Lottery. '5.
I generally ,
t i belongs b the territory itself before its admission II to his avowed opinion that hat wjth control the domestic
say Congress no that whether the Democratic for President to interfere or in- in after the on their own hook.It .
f Ifo the Union, and to the State i>ft rwaHs."Sec. tic several States and that such States Mlic peace of Paintings.
right to with the of in the and Vice President is stitutiins: ol the ,
3. Beit resolvedThat it would bt I interfere subject slattty stronger "'ea\ it combines a : i i. sid, that the Mexican Government even
further hth order of wilh much are the safe and proper judges of every thing appertaining be disposed of by Lottery, as soon as all
territories,) has earned for him the ability integrity
: of the of Con- hearty personal he considerable WILL
E arbitrary usurpation power on part Gen.. CASS has been in the to their 0"0 affairs, not prohibited by the I ( plan to embody a numbers are taken, the following PAINTINGS -
long at
fwi to exclude slavery from anv sue1 t territory amy f of tbe people f this State: ," (New York.) public service of the abolitioni Americans order
( constitution that aU or : force in to
home and abroad, and, far as and talents ; eflrt. military all ol'which will be encased in elegant gilt '
hereafter b acquired by tne United States I Now, L it rcmeoibered, that the dole is a Democratic are concerned, it will a admitted fSI.tffOCf that he possesce o'hers made to indtce
I wiher by that way the indemnity people of the by territory conque,a'one or by have pur- paper, and thatconsequently, it is no: biased them. He is a statesman b ol a high order, and ; of!slavery, &r to take incipient steps in relation -f tions that the Mexican army has always ere- A correct likeness of Gen. DAVIS E. Twicer, in
c.l. calculated to lead to the )
to determine this and it for I by the principles which sway the Sentinel proof of his services and abilities ran be produced thereto, are rOt ated that this force will uniform. ; *
!right upon subject, is Whig and danirerru and that all or prompted, organized
alarming b Col. C. in
in his able A correct likeness of Lieut. A. MAY
speeches, arid writing. No conlutnCt.
, i while they remain a Territory an I can qualification to mere mental S
: kite when they shall ask to be admitted a* a State, I be has not, in his bundle," bat. for the Wilmot power and political intelligence." I happiness .( the people and endanger the stability i Mexico and that (he parties to from i it, will, With the following Fancy Paintings from LordByron's .
whether institution exist
.MT the of slavery R the Union and ought not
"lal men ," arid that hence, according to the Globe, his and permanency of when the is to be withdrawn after the Works:
ithin This
the limits of such Territory or theyi paper, like the al o exhorts the ( army
C.ue to be countenanced by any friend of our political in. Aurora Raby." Asfarte." Maid Saragoza."
of the Constitution. .nomination reflects deep on the parties by claim and receive their in
taring by a just interpretation disgrace Whigs to be wise in their selection, else defeat stitntK.rii. peace) discharge (X:>- Persons appointed to act as Agents will please ,

'oclusive eir limits.jurisdiction" over the subject matter within whom it was made." a"air them. CLAY, it considers, is a better man *4. That the separation of f Ihe moneys of the government If Mexico, and at once be organized 8 part and return the numbers as soon as pomible. &

, Our neighbor says : .Readers of the Sentinel, ware than CABS, and he alone can carry off the \ictory. from banking institutions i is indispensable for parcel -f the Mexican army. RUSSELL, Artist. ft r
of the safety of the fund ol' the government, and the t April 22. ISIS. 40
the Nominations. will
Deception sure, the Sentinel of
acquit us ( )
expressinga Between these two extremes of whigeery, ". think of'lhe people. ;.
S far a we are able to judge from our exchanges: mere electioneering opinion, i.c. when we ny that the democracy have every reason to bo encouraged.The rights 9. That the liberal principle embodied by Jefferson I FACTS TO EE REMEMBERED.That To Country Merchants.

&e Dominations of tbe late Baltimore Convention we entertain less respect 'for Gen. CAts, than for in flue Declaration, of and sanctioned It almost
: any one says TAYLOR is the only man in (the whig Independence Consumption always produced by a H R Tin Manufactory has now. and constantly
kate been responded to with enthusiasm.. f other politician of bis grade." in the constitution, which makes o'Jr1 the cold that be cured. That Wistar's Balsam T
ranks who can succeed over democratic nomination might easily addinz to its stock, a complete tsartmcnt if
to. .1 two States is there a dispositipn manifested by Doubtless the readers of the Sentinel, who are -the other says CLAY i!the only man. Whichis land of nation.liberty have, and ever the been asylnm cardinal of the oppressed in of i of Wild Cherry will cure any couath or cold, no Tin of all descriptions. It has added new machinery
uy considerable number of the people, not to sup Wiigt, will not only acquit, but will their e-very by which the work is dune better than ever
applaud to be believed 7 Neither-and why ? Because the democratic faith ; and every! attempt to abridgethe : maier of bow long standing. That the milder form ; -
him-we mean South Carolina and New Yor.. oracle for expressing an opinion which, in the fullness of citizens and the before in this place. :
pr we can beat either CLAY or TAYLOR. present becoming i of Consumption itself is also easily cored by this There is a Pedier travelling all the year from Ma-
Blt even in the latter, there are sure indications of of their faith, will consider of soil U ought to be resisted with
;, they ominous of the owners among BaWam. That i is conceded by many lawyers,clergymen rianna to the Suwannee River to supply the Merchants
i return,on the of the Barnburners to the d m- fate of the Abolitionist whom the same spirit which: swept the alien and sedition who
part dOICI Southern Important from the I'lrid Sentinel : I statute books. and phsicaDs that this Balsam has never can always rely on our wagon going
lav from our
, cratic fold again. Steps have been taken in fIe I shareholders, from a dozen slave States, have assisted Krsohed s That the proceeds of the public lands been equalled for efficacy in all affections of the through the section above named, and delivering the '

I, tity of New York. by the Central Committee of t ;.e to bring forward for the Presidency. But, recollecting ATTENTION THE WORLD ought to be sacredly applied to the national objects Lungs and Lirer. That scores now rejoice in the Tin. Any to, and orders delivered sent by at mail once will to the be Merchants promptly attended y

Barnburners, to this end, and we believe that the I that the oracle was not infallible four in the constitution ; and that we are opp 's-
for this Balsam
years ago n the last Florida Sentinel, we have been placed 'I"tift law fcr the distribution: of such possession of good health, who, but We state that our prices are always the same, with
democratic party, of New York 'i unite on the vJien a certain James A' Polk, .totally unknown" in possession, of the following important information: e any the Slates as alike inexpedient in policy proceeds, and would have been in their graves-having been given out the least variation. .

ucket and give it her 36 electoral votes. South was nominated, friends of Gen CASS will still U We entertain less for Gen. Can, than for repognant among to the constitution. up to die by their friends and physicians. Above all, We have on hand in the line following articles,as well ae #

Carolina will do the same in the end. The eminent hope that he may survive even the formidable alliance any other politician o respect his grade in the whole coun- J? ,o/re
character of Gen. CASS, u a statesman runt of tbe Whig Sentinel .r\d the Abolition Globe. I ry." from the President the qualified veto power, by imitated under various names, .n I that Dr. Wistar's Stoves of the most approved kind in use ; Air Tight

can the admiration and respect of the winle This announcement will probably cause a great which he, amply i is enabled sufficient, under to restrictions guard the public and responsibilities interest -- Genuine Balsam of Wild Cherry only can be relied Stoves for Chambers, Parlors, or Offices ; Coffee :

-lt.ln we "'i not believe that democratic Not to ft at, Neighbor. disappointment to those who were in, attendance at te suspend the passage of a bill whose merits upon to CURE. I has been warranted to cure Asthma zers Roasters, & ,,Double L.C. Rod Iron Pumps ; Ice Cream Free

Sh, Carolinawill; suffer herself to stand alone in op- We would thank the Sentinel to be more cautiousin the Baltimore Convention. In 1S44, they put out a cannot secure I he approval of two-thirds of the Senate in every stage-what no physician has ever achieved June.C.3,1S4S. 46Havana

fcwtion to him. Florida will give him her support.'titrne quoting from the columns of the Floridian. He man who was no-lody, in the estimation of Whigsa and House of Representatives until the judgment -and has never been known to fail. For a
be obtained thereon and
of Ihe peoplq cn ,
many witbin her borders Irdere ano- puts words in our mouths which we never uttered. man who was only a third-rate lawyer" in Tennessee which has saved the American people: fiom the current delicate health in YO\na females it stands unrivalledas Syrups

'*, but their withes were not the 'ilh the We have never expressed the hope that the arguments -an obscure politician, whom it was the heighth and tyrannical domination of the Bank of the it does for all diene of this climate. .ind Preserves at cost to close the Sales.

, g *'oef! ticn, and it is unwise to cavil and grunble he (Gen. CUl) uses 'against the Proviso of presumption to run against the great harry.But .- United Slates,and fij>m a corrupting system of general For sale by E. BARNARD, Jr. Druggist, Tallahassee 5: DOZEN Orange, Raspberry,snd Orange Flower

i because we were not gratified in our choice. When in the present state of things, will abide in his in J lb4ta- similar Convention meets, and, unlike internal improvements. D. LADD, Newport, and by Druggists generally Syrups, p 4p
**eoasented to go into tbe Convention,and cent our wind'-though it cannot forget that be expressed that of 1514, they take up a man who ha been in her JtfsoleedThat the of war and Mfin, pro\'okrd, was commenced on- throughout the.United State. 4 d'oz, Havana Preserves, in Jars, .
f part, by years il"ul injury 4 Handsome Grass Hammock. Apply to .
"ptes there, we expected to abide b) it* decia.isa. himself differently during the last session o Con the service o his country halt a century-who by her army crossing the Rio Grande, attacking J. R. FORTUNE Airent. .

,should its nominees not b objectionable in cer- gress." This is a pure and 'unmitigated fabrication, fuh gallantly in the "3 of 1S12-who has been the American traops, and invading our sistei Dr. C. C. Van Wyck, June 3,1543. 46 At the Tin Manufactory. 4
tEn and that all the iples of
particulars. I these rr'prt we It no rra- to call it by DO harsher came. Our Ilei-hl.or is prominent u a soldier, a statesman, and a scholar State patriotism ot Texa, and* -the laws of upon nations, it is a just and T ATE "Professor of Surgery" in the Franklin Teacher Wanted.

" *for refusing to resj>ond t1 nminatio'I'. Cen. surely laboring under some strange hallunciation of who was an officer,military o civil, under the administrations necessary war on out part, which every Anierican JJ Medical College"of Phiadflphia. has taken up
t d. views are clear, and opposed to of JErrrRsox MATI'OIV himself the side of hi. his residence in to engage -at the Miccosookie Academy .
any a!' mplion mind, he certainly would have been more partic NonoF JACK- citizen should have $hoI WANTED teach
o in all the duties of hi. profession. OiEce South ., who i is well qualified to
jurisdiction ,
by Congress over the s.bjl (.f .\ve. uar.: I be was not a S. ofT we should be tempted SKIS and VAN Dun EN-who,as Minister to France,by country and neither morally nor physically, by word of Bartlett's Building." the English. Latin, and Greek Ian2ua e>. None .
aid and comfoit to the enemy.r
} f W the terriloriet. In this we are all a"re and to accuse hiu of keeping late hours and to forth. his influence and great ability a a diplomatist, defeated or d.tl, hntfin.n'o would be at the assurances June 10, 1S. 47 need apply who cannot produce satisfactory refer .
! *ill, therefore, give him wa rejoiced To teacher thus qualified, a good opening
our hearty and cordial lie the the the famous Quintuple Treaty which was intended founded the ences. a
will do us I favor to point out paper containing of a with Mexico, OH juit
} ( tf"jr Code all the circunista.ices, ,t he election the language quoted I from this rrint, or to strike a blow at our commerce hy searching principles peace of indemnity' for flue past.aol security for Fetcher Institute. or i is here otherwise presented may be Applications made lo the by letter undersigned(post-pair at!) : b'
t Convention lithe thalcoull IMI while the ratification of the liberal
wisest have been make the amende honorable by a retraction. our merchantmen on the high cea,-who, a' a the future Institute, Florida Con- Micccsookie. ,

'ale. This is Ihe prevailing sentiment, t!.l is even There i i. another error into which our nribbr Senator in Congress, advocated, with unanswerable, treaty of offered the to Mesico to sustain remains the administration doubt, it is the in TiE TruJtel, will offer for sale, ,on 'I'uesday.the, 15i h GEORGE E. DENNIS. Secretary. '-

I f! in by whijjs.. They feel and ackn\"ledge his has fallen, which we will here point out. Gen.CAS ability,our better claim to the while of Oregon than duty measure countiy nece. ary to provide for the vigorous August next, a number of beautiful building lots, June 3.184S. 48 4t
every Thomasville. Ga.,
*lxnt fitness for the oCke, and hesitate not to aplin" did not .express himielf differently during the that of any other nation, and \.11, since the commencement prosecution of the wa. that treaty be rejected situate a high,at healthy Fletcher. well-watered Institute near place on the fellow Leather Top Buggy for Sale.

**o far a we nay expect approbal'O'i from last cf ." sewion of the present victorious and unavoidable Resolved, That tht officer and soldiers who have ; cash, oae-lhiid payable first
htieal p scsi on Conru" DUI the last carried the arms of (heir country into Mexico, have in: terms: Oe.thifl 1 A LSO one second band large ITO Horse Barooch.JTi .
opponents, the action of the Convi tiou.ttiWest Gen. CAl made a speech against the l'rosin, and war with Mexico, has stood by his country, crowned it with impenahaMe glory. Their unconquerable January IS4U.one.t bird January, &') !'urchaIPr Apply lo J. R. FORTUNE. .

North and South are rail i'lj to the voted agairikt it on the final vote. lie has never he did in Ihe war with Great Britain, and defended courage, their daring fnterris their unfaltering suit can procure them. from Persons one within In four to acres look togelhf at said lots, .may will June 3, ht1S. 4o At the Tin Manufactory.

Ip of the nocii1tes,and the democr: e. have but mode a speech in its bear, o given a tote in its her with an ability which cannot be denied, from the perseverance and fortiladl, "bfn assailedon call upon Mr. Hodsou. fct Thomasville, who will exhibit Patent Shower Baths.

i W active a moit briLliant victory in favor. His speech in the Senate against the measure assaults of her enemies at home and abroad. The all sides by innumerable foes, and that more formidable to them a plan of' the ground.P. .
-the diseases of the climate- the Tin Manufactory may be bad a neat ted
Wett5 enemy nl
*r. Our prospects were never more flatterJhpeat may be found in the Congressional Globe, pages Convention of 1S49, we say, placed before the people their devoted patriotism into the highest P. SMITH, A. ent. AT convenient SHOWER BATH* intended for a 7chamber.
; ; principles for which we battled in 549, S50 and 551. I is a plain, pncliealan stale- a man thus prominent, and therefore bad reason and give them( righ to the profound gratitude of Junel0,1S-. friendly It occupies but little room, and is enclosed
please copy.
;, ne, by t'le'r' UCOCTl'ro1 operation, re nvinced manlike! effort. After the delivery ol this speech to believe that their fastidious opponents would at their country, admiration of the world. 1 so as not to drip water on the floor.

tft e tl"f'he soundneM democratic policy.Prioeiu .- Mr. !ILLEa, a Whig Senator from New Jersey, leant. co-ifess in him a foe worthy of their *teel."- tion ResolvedThat rf the thirty the States Democratic composing National the American Coeven- For Cedar Keys. June 3. 1VLS. 46ALACHUA

1ii ****' the csunr'f guided by the tame rose arid attacked Mr C.I accusing bio with But well-grounded expectations Lave been mOt Rpubhc tender thfir fraternal congratulations to spv1b HOUSE. L'a }

PPOrl 'flegl Ie the nme polic rhe same having deserted the North, and gote contrary cruelly blasted-our neighbor dispels the pleasing Convention of the Republic of France, PLEASURE EXCURSION. ui.lsta, JWtm GLASGOW J
Fir* in IW4, us sj eitrjlir trio Lira. Tb!. illusion, andu are left to the bitter reflection that now assembled u the free suffrage representatives ol' f f"PHEstesmer UfV
'mph l l S wili"e to views previously expressed by i' all Ihe thirty-five millions of Republicans X Tcaum, Master,will leave Columbus 'IHI subscriber having purchased the hi use and
"then w' : 'ftour r are as dear to us the Sentinel Las for ill assertion that Gets CAS now, a in 1SH, we have offered them a man for ,8yeeilntyof on those eternal principle _' _ on Monday, the 12th inst. .t .1.. premises formerly owned and occupied by J.

b found battling. in the sair.e ranks. among the first to embrace and strenuously whom they can .entertain little respect." What of equal rights, for which their LAFAYETTE 1 o'cluck\ M for the Keys and intermediate port W. Pearson Eq at Nvwnansville. E. F-. is DOW
e .abD* enticing in whig d. in "I. Promo. There record to shall be.done-how shall we proceed to procure for and WASHINGTON fought side by side, in the Invalids and all others wishing the benefit and pleasure ready to accommodate Boarder and Travellers, and
her. "mi vocate" the i nothing on ou his exertions lo make his ae cots-
U of Rational Independence, and we of the :trip as well the breeze and sea bathing hopes by guests
"ne I 01"I .now While tie, have substantiate this, except the mere assertion of Mr. our candidate their .respect I" i not to bad struggle would especially our own convey to them and to the whole will have an opportunity a to indulge tbem..he. fortable as possible. He has good stabling, and a
th or in other word. I that each of our Conventions makes the tame sad first rate either always in tendance.
t c Ilt yielded MILLCK. Bat even if i were ao, we ran .e in this of France,out; earnest wishes for the conloh.daion Applyonboardor to
ltl8: Dot *O"Lmentd policy,we till no reason for refusing to him for tbe Preiid blunder ? They are forever putting out men for people of their Liberties through the wisdom |that t D.: P. SMITH & CO IS GEORGE M.43 GALPIN. s,
.w ( pUtform mppr their councils the basis of a Demo- June 10 1St!. 47 It* Columbus. Newnansville, May JM3-
o and .entertain" on I
idhcre to our oldL I cr. W. cannot d 1 tineer/!! We re whop our opponent can no rult- .lal guide

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1 t4 f.J1:;;.b: ; _ft_ p -- ; =- Shoe- -
.. ---- t Boot and Making. STEAMER GLASGOW -
1 ., (. THE RAT Proposals for a Loan. Spices, Pickles, &c. .AXRKDXEKT8 TO TH* rpHEurulersigned.having purchased the .

: :.;-.: The rat it not mistaken !in thinking that TTNDERWOOD'S pickle Gerkins.Mangoes. On. Ccnititntion of the State o Florida. JL entire stock an material of LVAKSRHrEX.i

; ': :\ cornstalks are as much for his use as the far. TREASURY DEP.aTME"T. U ions and mixed ., pickle rte Wale. >. who is bt leaving tbe State,
\ "prillI&3. nut and Tomato Ketchup., ,Mustard the GeneralAuembly friend and the
Caper. and to by respectfully
I : that the barns and his agreed p.ir hi Q
I iner's granaries
\.t. t ; arf SEALED propo U wi b reeh-e f ,Pepper and Pepper Sauce,Cider Vinegar, fresh roec the adIOS the next public that he is at present at old stand,where &
inter tint tbe miller is his acting March ., on Saturday, Salmon ; t
; magazines ; p. Gooseberries and Currants in btle.fresh Ic o he U prepared to execute all work in his line with
1 1f'I i i t partner, the cheesmonger his purveyor, and the 17th of June ISIS, for sixteen millions of dollars Shad and Halibut in Curry Powder and General Assembly.AN promptness and despatch. He has on band the finest TiE !
t" r/ the ttoiekeeper his steward lie places b tn of United States stock, reimbursable twenty Gayenre, Brandy Cherries, Preserved Ginper. Currant I of calf skins and all soils of materials, and will GLASGOW i i. *
fiom and after the bt day of July 1S48,bearing Clause of the 5th A r performing her *
sears ,
I t!. relation with not l his Jelly, .carorli Vermicil ACT to amend the I2lh make at abort notice,and in the best manner GEN f
self) in man, dependent the Sustannee River between
't a interest aemi- the Coi [jnJ'H?
I ; six percent per annum Pi)ale ican Isinglass Irish Currants, Prunes tide of the Constitution of this Sate 1 that BOOTS AND
TLEMEN'S every description.
li 1.j: '. 't like tbe coj nor like the cat, a his ally nor annualv. on the first days of January an July of and Citrons. dred I Judges of the Circuit Courts ld their offices Bool fooled, soled, SHOE repaired in- Key terhls. This boat is strongly, bunt of it,T-Td

i :. like the cheep as his properly nor like the ox year. No bid will be received par; nor Nutmeg, Mace, Ginger, All'pice. Cinnamon, for a term of eight years instead of duringgood style and at reasonable charges. He will war- and propelled by two engines,s. ?"'a

..t :1 t.\; .:. ns his servant, nor the horse and ass his will any bid be considered unless one per cent. there Cloves Vamilla Beans, Sage, Summer Savory and behavior. go his work to be equal to an done in the place, carrying with one suitable hundred tOi. berth,,,. 4rjotr'1.
:I a of is d'ep, sited in some depository of the United sweet Marjoram Orange Flower Rose PEach wa SCCTIOW 1. Belt enacted by the Senate and House rnt satisfaction, to fitting cotton, accommodations fbTcJ?!e
the who & and to give good u aa any
: lave like poultry are to "come of draft
} nor a light l
..& States at or before the date fixed for opening the pio- ten extract of Rose, Lemon, Peach Vanilla. Repreicntatieei of the State of Florida in General workman. sengers requiring hot fevMt *
., f '; and be killed," when Mrs. Bond invites them ; ponals. The bids,in all cases,must b unconditional, For sale by LEWIS AMES. AuemUy convened. That the 12th Clause of other JOHN .water thereby enabling her to perform vi1****

't..1 ;: .. .. '. but a his enemy, a bold borderer, a JohnnieArmstrong and without any; reference to the I of others The and December 4,1847. 2 the 5th Article of the Constitution of this State b May 8.1?.n. 42 tf LECI bus regularly and Cedar at ill Keys seasons,leaving of the year bt "el* ,
should tate distinctly the premium read follows, viz That at
) .t or Roh Roy, who acknowledges ho otere. so amended as to a. : Columb"
Fine Perfumes DAY at 7 *
morning $
,I proposals should be and expiration of tbe term of office of the Judge o'dak.
'y. .. ." right of property in others, and lives by spoil for the loan of .ealc', addressed. t:the Secretaryof From the of Lnbin, Paris. of the Circuit Courts present with the exception hereina NEW GOODS. every FRIDAY Otflifl5. Should suffieiiat *

4 :4 Wheresoever man goes rat follows or accom. the Tieaaury, Washington City, D. C. The sums Mnnfaror Ur mentioned, the Justices of the Supreme Court age be extended, or the interests of shipnJi'8her *-
". I" .. panics him. Town or country are equally which may be accepted will be required to be paid : Jockey Club, ROM GeXI and the Ju('ges of the Circuit ,. be elected pilE subscribers would call the attention of the to perform two trips per week, the Son-.'*''*
house to the depositary of the United States nearest the rinium, Millefleurs, Patchouly, Mistnionette, term of and shall hold their office I public to the choice and extensive assortment will cheerfully, acquiesce in, and tieiS.01
:I "I .. agreeable to him.: He enters upon your places of residence of the persons respectively 'hose Ambrosia, Seringa, Ber. of Arabia,Ber de la Reuse for Apr a that term, unless years sooner removed under the pro- of GOODS now receiving per Brig Wakuila and change,or another new boat mat Jia !?**

MS a tenant at wil, (his, not yours) works out oflers may be successful; but the amount the ac Eglantine, Vanilla, Violets,.Bergamotte, Vervain vions| made in this Constitution for the removal of Emetine. Their stock has been selected,with care, capacity to the one now employt. rb soon**:Ek.

: fur himself: covered w.lYI your wall, ascends cepted bids 'from bidders! not residing in the United Marrocam and ess. Bouquet. Judges. by address or impeachment; and for from the most fashionable establishments in New ticable this bat will eten he ?"
,: 'P :,.. by from one story to another, and States, must be deposited with the assistant treasurers Also< Glenn's Ashland Perfume, and Preston &neglect of duty, or other reasonable cause will York; and,having been purchased at reduced prices, wannee river the Up Springs,trip up also t I' s

Vj4. .: )leaving you i the larger apartments, takes pos. at New York, Boston Philadelphia,or New Or. Mtrri's Extract Farina of Cohtne-also Fragrant FlowEr.the. French and shall not be sufficient ground for impeachment, the they are enable to furnish Their their customers at prices Withlacoocbie The undersigned river.would further aD P ,
leans. Governor shall of them the address 10\ state
; remove on proportionately that I
: cession of the space between floor and ceiling, to American. Lavender and Florida \\'atc1 Ba) Rum any others, proprietors of this boat '
To participatein ,have
b give an ppoitunit\ al persons of two.thitds of the General Assembly; Proridct, READY[ M&&Z CLOT ] -
41 : for There he has and de la Reine,fine Cosmetics, rich Ponades naie.
a* an en rcssol himself the investment of funds in this stock, bids will Agna however That the cause or causes shall be stated a' selves of the provisions of an act 1"
denomination oteertificatesauthorized Hair-oiUand >, Shaving and Toilet Soapsfine is of the best of and being manufActure improve the navigation and to Al**.*
: .' bit parties and his re\els, his gallopaies, be received t the lowest lair-yc I length in such address and entered on the journals oC material. navigate the Sei.
and Brushes for the Head,Teeth. directly of Mr. Stillman, all and for other
: for dollars wellas coarse eye nee river
-I when would bylaw-being fifty -as each House. And provided,further.That the cau e purposes
: :. (merry ones they are) you be lor higher sum Nails and Fle h. A superior article of Cold Cream shop-wrk is thereby precluded, and personspurchasing enacted at the last session of the'beealf D.
shall be notified to the intended
", Hblecp! if it were not for the spirit with which For sale by LEWIS AMES. ot causes Judge so rely getting an article well ,
upon of Florida that
All certificates under one thousand dollars wi be in pots. & t ti be and he shall be admitted to a may Sate ; they have recently 0.1'.
the youth and belles of rat.land keep up the transferable on the books of the treasury!; all December 4, 1S17. 20 tit his remove defenee.before any vote for such removal hearing made. Among the articles comprising their company pursuant to the rovj io fT5n*'

$, '.. ball ot-er your bead. And you are more for. certificates for that sum and upwards will be transferable pass: and in such cases the vote shall be taken FALL jfJVD JFLVT STOCK under the name and style of the Flora t.t.T '

.. tunate than most of jour neighbors if he does on the books of the treasury!, or by delivery BULL &PRATORIUS, shl yeas and nays and( entered on the Journals of each maybe found the.following: Improvement and Steam Can D f.
with attached the of the bidder. The Company will soon complete 7"
mausoleum behind coupons option store under the Sentinel Office and House respectively Elk French Cloth. Frock and Dress Coats, their
for his At the
; not prepare: your To avoid and of corner Blck. of which doe notice will !?!*
confusion multiplication given '
p expense That tbe for
Be enacted
further Judges b
vis. Castor Beaver ,
to. SEe frt Brown and In Green,
.. -. chimney.piece, under your hearth-stone, retire account., all certificates with coupmi attached will opposite the Phornii Buildings A appointed under this amended Constitution Gotha Mixt Tweeds, and fancy col'd. Cassimer Sn Cotton and other prucl the eonntrv par?

4 ... into it when he is about to die, and very be for the sum of one 'thousand dollars. NOW OPENING a choice and wal selected by lot into four cJse. The first class shall Pellofs and Blanket Overcoats &c., Heavy Pilot liberal cash upon all property1ahW

''. son Hlford you fu1 proof that although he The successful bidders will be required to deposite ARE of CLOTHS CASSIMERS, VEST hold his or their office for the term of Iwo and Beaver Cloth Overcoats and of fine Bik when required As soon I practicable a LiT.?
I the amount awarded in five equal instalments in each The the second for the term of four ,the third Cloak suitable packets will be established by tha fW.r
: may have lived a hermit, his relics: were I INGS and great years years and Blue Cloths, Pantaloons of
., j. not in the order of You have then of the months of July the Au u3tSptembr.Octobtr. care and taste bestowed in the selection o'these good for the term of six years the fourth for the term ot simer, Blk Ribbed do., fancy Plaid, Check 3s. Striped I leans for Cea Key and of New York an iSfrl1
sancity. and November of ,
pre"fnt year except in to all who wish eight freight su o
warrant them sajine to purchase jears flo. ; also Tweed, Satmett and Jeans do.&c.: con'tance p
t the additional comfort of knowing that the not exceeding twenty thou/and dollars, where the good baainsOtl will do well to call and examine [Pa.p the Snate by (the Contitufionamajority, of Black and Farcy Satins, Striped and Plaid VE thereby lurin patrons,a safe m&7
will thenceforth he used bidder may be desirwls of making immediate payment House of Silk.Vetets. ditioun mode of transportation of their ap
spot so appropriated our stock. It be a great tax on time and pa. 22, Passed the Repnsentatives Plaid Cashmeres and Valencias,
in which case the whole amount ma at once to enumerate the dill rent and by the Constitutional majority, January C. cither market as-well a return eirgotoitiphX.J
( either ns a common cemetary, or family vault. tience styles patterncomposirg Maurka.&.c. &c.
interest all destination.
stock will bear The
lie The in ca- rate. of
deposit> this assortment : suffice it lo that a 1$4S] have also extensive assortment of Cloths transpoflationj.,
They an
I. : In this respect, in many others, nearer ap. the dateof instance exceed those heretofore i!t
a sea rom epoie.The I portion of these cloths and cas!imer ore of Brit- April IS, 1919. 3! Cm Cassimera and Vesting unmanufactured consistingin charged er
I .. .. preaches are made to us by inferior creatures bi.Is will be opened at the Treasury Department a Ill's Boasted Lustre,' and the clothing and part of: Superior French Black and Wool Dye for lik l"ict. but a material reductioa Ilol

,. than are dreamt olin philosophy. The adren. at 3, p. m, on Saturday the 17th June, ISIS., every article of their stock is of a stile and quality Notice. Cloths, do. English do. do. do., English Blue and rtf u contemplated at an early p-nod..soon I!
all who desire to attend the increase
ot of .
0, merchant for distant in the presence persons may that will please! the most fastidious. do. Black Beaver and business shall warrant inch itoVf;
; turous ships a cargo some I Ii ; but, under a provision introduced into the act ALL persons having claims against the estate of Invisible Green, Wool Dye The facilities to of ,
I port, rat goes with it. Great Britain plants a I of 31st of March last, no bidder will be permitted They would mention that these CLOTHS are of II. Crowel, late of Waknlla Counly.dec'd. Castor do., French Black Cassimers do. Ribbed do. to visit the ofere, all parties pleas.of
the finest texture, the but Kncluh; wool dye, French ., are them authenticated do., Fancy Plaid and Striped do. of the latest and san. the fa af
; I colony in Botany Bay, Van Dieman's Land, to withdraw his bid. On all bid not accepted, theamo'int requested present duly the most healthy and desirable retreats O
wool djeblack.do.Cassimer.London wool dye black, VESTINGS of Black and ,
within the time prescribed by law, or they most fashionable styles; fo
advance will be and others in the .Ii
: the Swan River takes deposited in immediately State,and the
or at ; rat an opportunity do. Cass. French and German black,
0 returned. The whole premium on the amounts. cloths,do. Cass, will be baried ; those indebted to the estateareearnestly Fancy Plaid Satins, do. do. Silk, Silk and Woollen tic of the bulirall
>.:W : f. for colonizing also. Ships are sent out be deposited of the first French fancy Casimers. requested to make immediate payment. Velvets, Cashmere and Valencias, Vestings of Rich inducements scenery Suwannee.wi. ropposed,offrr
must as to
!- on voyage of discovery ; rat embarks a a wde required in Jut. next. part ray. VESTINGS of fine black Satin, fine plaid Satin, HARRIET M. CROWELL Executrix. Velvet Plush, &c. &c. ant an excursion. anl tbemsl.of 1 pl. .

volunteer. He doubled the stormy Cape with I R. J. WALKER, Cerro Silk, Woollen Gor lo and Velvet Cheruhusco, Cashmerrt, Monterey and Polkanett, NewportApril I. 1549. 372m ALSO, AN ASSORTMENT OF This Company having as 'they believe,ntit i3

Piaz arrived at Malabar in the European Secretary of the Treasury. MADE CLOTHING.- chtcke.READY Hats and Caps(MontereyBro.)? and Bleach'd. Cotton tequisite arrangements for the convenience and ac.

vessel with Gama, discovered the new worl April :29, ISIQ.! 41 French dress and frock coats, do. English wool de Notice. Linen and Cotton Shirts, | Undershirts, commodation of the public, they solicit its paIrs
-- do. do. French Calmer Sack Coats Doe-skin do. creditors, and legatees entitled to Blk lal Silk Cravats, {Silks and Merino do.
with Columbus, and took possession i &c. ALL persons age.For
I Groceres, black and fancy cloth Sack, mixed doe-skin or otherwise interested in the es. do Lmbi Wool and Angola further particulars, apply to Messrs D P.
'I the same time, and circumnavigated the globe Id nnfi .. l MS. SIDES, aridIJJtJj coats, black beavercloth sack over-coats, black opera tate of Anderson Sneed, late of Jefferson County; Rich Fancy Satin and > Unerhirts. SMITH & Co., Columbus, AJes'rs. SMITh&AR.!
:: with Magillan, and with Drake, and with SHOULDERS, Cloaks. Pantaloontof fine an Casimermediumdo. deceased, are hereby notife to exhibit their claim Plain do Scarfs, Cotton- RIS Madison, Messrs. PUTNAM & RICHARDS

Cook.-The Doctor, by Sjuihcy. 10 Ibs. best Leaf Lard, ., a great variety of fancy Ca! imer pants of the and demands within )years from this date to the Jenny Lind Ihk. i made Drawers, Cedar Keys, or to the undersigned. '
Ibs. Carolina of or the will be barred and aU Blk. White Kid Gum Elastic Suspenders JAMES
: Rif latest st>le. l-ul every description. Military undersigned same ; Cold
,, Merry J"gland.-The Queen's house-hold! bbls. St. Louis Trimming, Hosiery, Shirts Gloves, Cravats, sell persons indebtp to said estate are requested to make Gloves, |Merino and Cotton Half. And others TCKE

: costs the mourful of merry England 10 sacks RIo CUIIP, adjusting Stocks, Suspenders, and almost everything payment tn i Hose, Columbus,, Fnrida. January 22, 1849. 22 I lv

over $5,000,000 3 year ; each of her children 5*>J gallons choice Liquors and Wince, connected with a gentleman's outfit.B. Wn LAM SNEED, Adm'r. Patent Leather SO Umbrellas, Money Belt,

: draws $l5OOOO, and King William'svidow 50 bbls double rectified WhuL.c10 .\, & P. are prepared to execute all orders accord Jefferson County, Mach ISIS. 353m Shoulder Braces, & &c.CLARK Jefferson Circuit Court
!. dozen best Port Wine, jog to the latest and most atjlc & STILLMAN.
\ is a to the for tune of a mil appro-e IN CHANCERY.
: pensioner J Madeira Wine, N. B. By the next we expect to receive U. S. MAIL LINE October 23.1S47.
lion, the public debt is :OOOOOOO, and the Cherry THE REMAINDER. arinl 1 William Bailey, Adm'r. de font* non of Join

yearly r expenditure 8i7G.000.000. S Claret October H 1547. 13 J. S. EOLWrlTHlf) lam j,deea3e. Complainant, &
Soap, Candles, Starch, Cheese, PicUcs, Olives, .
: In Hamilton Circuit Court. Olive Oil, Catsup, :Iutrd. PepperGround Pepper, Hamilton Tax Sales. Attorney at Law, Tilman D. Punfoy Defendant.

Creen and Black ,&.C., i.c, at the new grocery Montittllo, Jefferson Conntf, Florida, IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court.by
.MIDDLE; CIRCUIT O' FLORIDA. lore of S. S. KNIGHT. BY virtue of the power vested in me by law, I affidavit made in this cause, that Tilman D.
MAT TLRM, Ibl I*. April 29, 1"1 IS. 41 shall expose for sale before the Court House WILL attend the Circuit Court.of the Middle rifoy the said defenant. rsidt out of the P.1
From Tallahassee to ,and of the of Columbia of the
John Williams, } door in the town of Jasper, Hamilton County, Flor. Macon Forida. and in Stale. of Georgia,on notion ,f
> Bill for Dnorce.Priiiia Pure Sulphate of Quinine. ida, on the first Monday in June, IS IS,the following Through in forty-lico hours from Tallahassee to.Maron Eastern Circuit Florida. for complainant: R u &derei, nit
22 IS 16. S
., Williams r. l Ins Wife ) descnbed property or so much thereof as will pay; and to Charleston in three days, MonticelloAugust the said Tilman D. Punfoy do appear and answw
subscribers have on hand two hundred and the State and Taxes due thereon for the take the .
appearing to the gati-faction of the Court thai THE County year in tie to ,'fai Boats on the bill of complaint filed in this cause within fourmonths
IT ounces of Sulphate of Quinine which they 19J7 to-wit '
frusta the Defendant in the above stated : "\ rth the day.TiE from the date of the publication of this ST.
'. case,dot Wilams.rEside in the State of Florida, and have obtained direct from the manufacturers, and TheSW 1-4 of the S E 1.Iof section 33; the entire Stage will leave Tallahassee on londavs. SIX months after date I shal present my final ac- der, or the said bill of complaint will b. taken for

I that the sid defendant resides in the State of Geor. they will warrant it to be a superior article. section 34-; the W 1-2 of action 3:; the E 1-2 of and Fridays, at 4 o'dok, ., and vouchers to H n. Judge of Pro confessed: POt. That a copy of this order b
iaK> that the ordinary process of law cannot be We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines the S W 1of- section 20; all in township 2. range and arrive in Macon(via Quincy,Bambndge, New.ton bate in and (or Leon County, and apply for letters of published in tme newspaper printed in the Mid

served her : upon motion of M. D. L. Heeth. by recent arrivals and are prepared to execute 12, north and east; also the N W 1-4 of section 2. Albany, Atnencuj, and Perry,) on Tuesdays, dismission I administrator of the estate of Joseph Circuit of Florida, once a week (or the space
Solicitor uj'or Complainant, // it ordered iy the Court, orders for articles in our line, at wholesale or retail. and the N 1-2 of section 3. and the N E 1-4 of sec. Thursdays, and Saturcaye. at 10 o'clock. P. M., i in Allen, deceased. months. (Signed)

That service he perfected said delendant bj oo the most accommodating terms. tion 4, of township I. range 12north and east, purporting time for the cars &vnoah. Leaving Macon on COUNCIL B. ALLEN' THOMAS DOUGLAS
publication, according: to that case made arid We have aisri a few Iuntf jet due to us for the to belong; to the Estate. of Hector W. Braden. Mondays,Wednesdays, and Fridays at 4 o'dok. A. Administrator with the will annexed. December 19, 1947. Z 4m Judp
I. Jlnd it Iin the Court ear 1847.- They are cenrrally in small amounts, -The S E1-4 of the S E 1.4of section 31. M.,and arriving in Tallahassee on Tuesdays, Thurs February 26, 154S. 32 6m
: iikerrly ptfitrrdly :
proyidt. said Defendant appear on or before the firstS but[ if the whole could be paid shortly, it would go township I, range 13, north and east, purporting t to days, and Saturdavs, at 10 o'dok. P. M. This line Middle District of ;

day of the next term of aid Court to be held on far toward liquidatingccttain sums which we owe belong to the Estate of Benjamin Chaires. connects with the Central Rail Road,Savannah, Au. Doctor John P. Duval, WAKULLA CIRCUIT AND Ford

I Vedne.da3 after the first Monday in October next. LEWIS &A IE. JOSIAH T. BAISDEN, Sheriff, gusta, Milledgeville and Western Rail Road to Collmbus his professional services to the citizens .;
April 20, ISIS. 41 And ex.oficioTaxCot.llamilton Co. Ga. It also with the Mail Line OFFERS Daniel Ladd Plaitif. )
and answer the complaint of the Coirplamant in his connet. and surrounding country Officein |n AheBaifc|
t .- Bill charged,or they} will be taken as confessed, and Cigars Cigars Mach 1,ISIS. 34-3m I I from Quincy to Ciiattahoochie, and thence to Apa. Wm. Wilson's Building, over Hayward's. BookStore Thomas Lockb6rt.Defendant. S Debt3fl3.
..1 the Court will such decree shall lachicola. Passengers can go from Tallahassee to Tallahassee!
grant seem
: fur in that cue niade and pros ided.S a. pro 15 000 SPANISH REG ALIAS just received Leon Circuit Court. Columbus in three days and but one night will be February 26,1549. 32 NOTICE ii hereby given to the said Thesis ,
and all other interested is lb.above .
:r and for ute by spent on the road between Tallahassee and Macon.
.. A true copy from the minute of th fouit : IN CHANCERY. pnnl f
JOHN S Clerk. L. II. GUEENBERG CO. The public may rest assured that every attention will DR. C. II. BUNTING cause tha the Laddhai isslituted I
June S, Iq. MavSO, 1S13. & 44 & Cr ,/itor,' Sill for settlement of EIa be paid to the comfort of those who may patronizethis this by alacbment.i issued froratbstf' i
____ .I 4m SURGEON DENTIST fice of the Clerk of C
James C. Broome and others, for themselves and Line. sid \abUa C
In Hamilton Circuit Court ElnV AlI M. WEST, other creditors of A. M. Gatin. Complainants, FARE: TTAVING permanently located in Quincy.Forida. against the lands and .,jo and I

0 MIDDLE: CIRCUIT 01' FLORIDA. Notary m.TurbuttR From Tallahassee to Quincy,S'50; Bainbridge, XI lespectfnlly tenders his services to of the sid Thomas Lockhart, btjoad I
Publc Bet ton,Sarah A. Betton,his Wife,Executrix $5 ; to Alhasy, 1l,and (to Macon $22.WRIGHT in the various branches of his profession. From his the limits of this State, for a debt doe 10 tb A
SPRING TERM, 1545.. TALJ .' of A. M. Gatlin, and other, Defendants. &. SAWYER, Proprietors. experience and success in practice, he feels assured Ld on a promissory sole neu'e and denn r

THE STATE OF FLORIDA : April I 15, lM! .
.' T. all whom it may Concern.VyilERE W THOMAS UOULA Judge, on the Id December fjc:>- Office at the Planter's Hotel, Tallahassee Dr. B refers the public to of Novmbr. 1S44 due one daYlfer da"u'

... : S, Elizabeth Slapleton did, on the Spring and Summer Goods. 1317, in the above entitled cause,the undersigned E. BAILEY, Agent, at Maj. NATHANS,in Quincy. CoW.. T STOCKTOV, Dr. 1. M. W Dxrirsox, was transferred I i
Julyl7,1817. 52 C. H. DCPOXT Dr. R. E. LITTLE. Perry bv delivery for a valuable consideration toll*
; V V twenty-sixth of February last, file her petition ,-a appointed, among other things takean Gtn. said Ladd amounting principal and together f;
..: Icr dower in the real estate of Alexander Sla.I BETTON & HIGGS, account ef what is due to Complainants: fo their Office opposite the M. E. Church. Ladies waitedon to noW the sum of three hundred IDtea twenty-
4 |It.ton.detaed, in the Circuit Court for Hamilton claims, and to nit other cndL of said A M. Gat- DR. J. REESE'S at their residence i usual.
now receiving a large and general assort September II. 1547. S seven dollr. and fifty-three cents: Now the
Im with interest a
County Middle Circuit of Florida : These are, ARE theren ; it was ordered fur -
other interested
therefore command all persons interested in said of of SPItING AND SUMMER GOODS, ther .That the said Master do cause an advertisement LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. ad prn
which above suit hereby his their
to they invite the attention of the are enter
public. t
,. estate personally to be and before the Judge to bo the a Floridian, a newspaper M. D. PAPY
publidw tie
appear March 25, 1943. 30 and plead to tbe filed is
r f Court fur said and District in and in such "PERSONS of feeble cOtituhon and those of se- appearance delratio
q' lid County at the publiibe weekly
.. TalabJee. _L dentary are often troubled with habitual @m m W .id suit, on or before the net May
Court house in said County,on Wednesday after the other public newspapers proper,for habit
New Goods Trade. a Circuit Cburt to be held in the said of Vikulla.or -
tiist Monday in October next, being the first day of -Spring the creditors of the sad Alfred M. Gatlin to come costiveness, often exerts a very unfavorable WILL Practice in all the Courts in the !Middle County

4 .S.. our nesl Trim. to show cause, if any they have, why FTlBURNEVTX70ULD in before him,and prove their debts, on or before the influence upon their general health,which is particularly Office on the first floor of the Capitol him them otbersvisejudg'ment by default. will b rendered ifiuat
\ the said petition should not be according to S. first day of May neat ; and that such of the creditorswhoshall manifested by'irregulanty. if not total loss of South wing room formerly occupied by theSecretary or LADD.
.. law in that case made and Irante. return thanks to the public and county not come in and prove t heirdebts by the time appetite. In this condition of the system, this ar- of the Territory. 31

,iL Witnes, John S. Purviance, Clerk of said Court, ,V }planters generly. for the past liberal patron aforesaid, shall be excluded the benefit of ibis decree tide is confidently recommended with the assurancethat No'embr 1:. 15-: 17 February 19.1349.

.1' r this 27th day of May, A. D. isis, and 72d age he has rfe frm them and respectfully re ; and that such person, not parties to the bill, if the dose is properly adjusted so a not to
L ICAL J year of American Independence.JOHN quests a continuance of the same. I have just re who shall come in before the said Master to prove move the bowels too aClvel relief ma\ be relied .0l ERSUIHE Watches, Clocks, and Jewel

S. ptRn.CE Clerk. c<-dper Wacala from New York,a GENERAL their debts do, before they are admiUt directors upon,without any or least unpleasant con ATTORNEY AT LAW REPAIRED.
June ISIS. contribute to the sequences resulting from the use of common
40 GOODS which call and eiasn complainants proportioned purga. Florida. /yOWLE MYERS, having secured the sermi.L
.. inc for yourselves. the expenses of this suit, to be settled by tae said live medicines.usually resorted to. Qulney. of Gadsden of experienced workman who will attendt
,) Hamilton Tax Sale. March 25, 1S4S. 3<> Master. And it was al oordere.tbal"an accountbe Persons subject to Bilious Cholic may rely on the WLL atend, Justce' Cours Florida the repairing a of Watches and Clocks exclusive!

BY vittue of the power nested in me by law, I taken of all secunties colaterals held by thecreditors retentive properties o hk medicine by using it ont and the in the Counties of Georgia. are prepared to do all work in their line of buiuuM
S shall expose for ale, before the Court House In Jefferson Circuit respectively, and a report made of the t he first intimation of a approaching attack. Thereare Court 22. IS,15.adjacent IS well and promptly.
1. door, in the town of Jasper, Hamilton County,Ho.S Cou. same, and of the value of each. And it was also some constitutions liable to regular attacks ofBillious Sentinel t NovemberOlS-17. 16
jida, on the first lond.y in No\emberIStS. the SPRING TERM 15-9. ordered that I all parties may be exmine upon interrogatories Fever almost every fall ; to such the use of fjcj- copy.

,, following properly, or so much thereof as ChirlesLPoe11'; ? Petition to Foreclose MortAitrmrEurney. and produce all bok papers in this medicine is recommended, beginning to use itby LEWIS AMES Notice.
the Slate and t6. their custody or oath the middle of May or first of June & ,
wi pay County Taxes due thereon for $ gage of Personal Property. power, relating theretoupon indebted to tbe estate of Loan Joiner.
'I )ear 1S47, to wit : before the said Master, the said Master shall di Those whose digestive organs are feeble often exerience DEALERS IN ALL persons
defendant, and interested, are a > a sense of fullness, weight and of Hamilton County deceased, are reqseit-
Tbe South TiE a1 persons rect. oppression
., Wet quarter Section 31, Township notified of filing of tho Petition for the stomach after DRUGS. MEDICINES, PAINTS, OIL ed to make immediate payment ; and those bincf
Now therefore eating, find this medicine
1. Range 13.South and East,purporting to belong to all claiming to be creditors abut wi
William Mills Foreclosure of Mortgage in this cause, and they are of said A. M. Gatlin persons are hereby in of aford almost immediate Toilet Articles, Perfumer &e., Window Glass, demand are requested to present them in tersu

JOSIAH T. BAISDEN Sheriff, required to appear and plead to the same,if any plea said order, notift to produce their claims pursuance, and the near their confinement oftei( suffer from AND COLORS, authenticate.

"S and ex officio Tax Col. Hamilton Co.for '47. IheyhueaccCrdinglo la w. The mortgage is on person roHchers support thereof, and all collaterals and heartburn and costiveness : to such this article is Apothecaries' Glass Ware &c JOINER. A.'S

April 8, 33 ts l property, and was made to secure the paymea! securities.thereor. before me, at my office in Tallahassee highly recommended, a it can be used without the i Febrry'19.ISS. 31 2 _
ISa. of fifteen hundred dollars and interest.THOS. time limited in said order and east danger,and with great bneft. In sick or nervous rpHEabove constantly on hand,and Tor sale at th
X lowest market Furniture Carpets &c. for Sale.
N JEFF. HEIR, otherwise comply with the provisions of the same, headache it is priel. ,
persons who Ila demands the Solicitor (o Petitioner. that they may be admitted parties to the said suit. This article will be found to act I a pleasant cordial LEWIS &AME. 1 PAIR of handsome Mahogany Parlor Conches,
any against
L' ALL of Theophilus Beatty. deceased, are March 11,1 S4S.- 34. 2m Dated this third day of December D. 1847. and tonic, restoring the appetite, and at the Tallahassee November 20, 1841. 1 handsome Mahogany Book Case with drive

hereby notified to present them without delay to the SIMON TOWLE, Special Master. same time fulfilling every intention that the common Notice and desk 2 handsome Carpets, 1 Double WhetlP-

undersigned, or to J.me T. Archer,agent of the un Just Received, December 4, S47.. 20 t if p.rtah"e are intende to effect. Itispurely veg hereby given to all persons interested, that six tent Corn.Sheler. the most approe article in sis.
A T LEWIS & AMES' and, according to the directions, IS ,
dersigned. ELLEN A. BEATTY, Drug Store, a fresh supply dslt. months after date I shall final account R
: Executrix Theophilus Beattjr. deceased. .L1. New and Valuable Medicines-among which John P. found an invaluable article,especially to those and vouchers to the Hon. Judge present of my Probate in and Feb. 5, IMS.. 29 At the Manufactory.-
; the Duval with Dyspepsia,Derangement of the Liver
"prI129IS-S. 8w are folbwing: for the of Jefierton and for
4 ATTORNEY or General Debility. County apply a discharge Tax Collector's Sale.
I DR.SPENCER'S VEGETABLE PILLS AND RESTORATIVE I u the Administrator the estate of Anna Brooks
Notice. BITTERS, WILL practice in the Court of Middle Florida, Prepared by Doctor J. Reese, Griffin, Pike county, late of said County o "D Y virtue of the authority rested in me by !he,1'

f A LL creditors, legatee and persons entitled tot Designed for, and unit cure Dy.pepsia Liver Complaint Court of Appeals the United States I Georgia, and for sale by appointment a deceased.JAMES R. X) shall expose for sale, before the Court How

AA. dl.rlbullOI in the E laU of Thconh lu. lltty. Piles, .Scrofula, Jaundice-and all kindred District Court at Tallahassee. E AINARD, Jr'e, Jefferson County Oct. 30, 1841. 1 BROOKS door, in the city of Tallahassee, o the first lfotd<
: deceased, are hereby notified that their claims and diseases ruling from a di.ordert stomach or impure OfBce in Wm. Wion'l Bindings,over Hayward'sBook Drug Store, Talaanee. in August next, the following de rib property
I demands will be barred at t the eipi i ration of two years Store, DANIEL LADD, Ne\ort, Deaf and Dumb Asylum so much thereof as will be. pay the&*"
bloo. I
from the granting' of' letters testamentary to the un DR. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES, February 2fl, 194's. 35 i Monticello, OF KENTUCKY.HE and County taxes due thereon fa the year 1641:

.. d.r.inf unless the same are exhibited within the File safest, most effectual, and I Quincy, Section IS.Township 1, Range l.Nud&ptf
tWt years to the under.ignc or to James T. before the public, the pleasant preparation HARDY BRYAN subscriber,as the resident pent of the said porting to belong W. G. Gonld.
Archer, her Attorney. Children Adult fO eradication 0 WORMS, in Notce.SIX Agent for Thomas county,Georgia. i, Institution offers for sale in trattt, and upon A. A. FISHER, Sheriff
I ". ELLEN A. o month after cate. undersigned will pre May 22,1S47. 4Notce. terms to suit purchasers,about Four Thousand Acres and ex Collector Laos C.
:- -Eterittrn of Will ofT BEATY., HULL'S COUGH LOZENGES. hi* accounts vouchers to the Honorable of LAND,situated in the county, of Jackon. in the January 29, 1848.oj
.: April. ISIS. 41 Beatv derse. Will FREVE.VT Consumption, and CURE all eases of Judge of Probate of Leon County, and apply for letters State of f Florida. Also, tb Right to a 2 -
Colds Asthma,Spitting of Bon. Pains in the Side, ( of dismission .administrator( of the estate of months after I presei.t accounts limited extent. G. W. HUTCHINS

.. Notice. Shortness. of Breath, and al PMlt&onary Con- Henry J. Gaskin, late of said Count, deceased. SIX" vouchers to the I.bal lon. Judge of my Probates of The above lands were selected at an early date,by ,

I. plaints i WESLEY MANNING Adm'r. Jefferson and an experienced judge.and are believed to be AUCTIONEER
weeks after date, we shall apply to the Hon. county o letters of dismissionM amongst ,
'I SIX of the Probate Court in and for Benton -.ALSO- By S. SlBLEf, Agent. Administrator on the estate of Henry Fddberg, the ineat in the coanty. FLA.
County, Sulb Florida, for letters or administration DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, -February 10,1849. 3t 'm ate of Jefferson county, deceaed C. H. DUPONT, of the attended to,Ub

'. on the estate of Ch.ule Lang, Ute of said County, Welown I a Safe, Certain, and Effectual Cure -- Mineral HERY Adm'r.Ocfhl'r Agent of D. &D,.1. / JTy. any part solicited. county
deeu Ague, Chills and Fever, Intermittentand Newor Spring. 16, lEC. 13 em Quincy, June 4712,1547. y
,t. C. T. JENKIN al 1 ot her .'enr. Price reduced to SeventyJiveCent ;I VWELLNG LOTS FOB SALE. REJINDCla:
? H. BOND, Esq., I LLOYD U. Ful.J.
,. .: JOHN B. ALLEN. $ Admr .. per Box. undersigned, being filly empowered Notice. Martin, Smith &Thorn, W. AKQTLK, I| D. C. WlU. .

-.. .: ItenIonCounty! S F, May 6,113. 42 Cf sale The above Medicines, fresh and genuine, are for make warrantee titles has had the IXmonths after date the undersigned, adminisO Commission and Forwarding Merchants, January 22. E. 27
a by LEWIS &AMES, mTIE around the above Springs trstnxof' t tbe estate of B. Lipscomb,deceased, 189.
4. Ice Ice Ice I Tabbafe. Fa. size dwelling lots of upwards of an will present her account and vouchers to the Hon. No. 62, Poydras Street, Thomas Jeff. Heir,

I .:' Tim):subscribers will deliver ICE at the Ice House I For certificates of ( ( information he now offers for sale low. Plans I udge,of Probate of Wakulla County, and ask to b NEW.ORLEANS, LA. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT L".

a' .. 5 to 7 o'clock every at 4 cents retail concuninJ t the above Medicinessee future lme. terms, i.c., can be seen at Dr. E ischargcd as administratrix of said e tat*. N. M. MARTIN-C. W. SMITH-THOB. L. THORN. in the Circuit Court il tiC >
DlorninJ practice
at the Ice House pamphlets which may be ob. SsrsardeTaUahassee. First come has first LIPSCOMB Adm'x. WILL
or 5 the
( per up town.- of the Agents. choie.DANIEL E E Refertto of tbe Middle Circuit and in !
't..b: ;;. :: furnished Person. living Ice. at in the the surrounding Ice House for villages 3'} wi per be Mach 18, 1948.- 35 Newport, February 10, 1849. 31 February 20, 184S. 32 Cm J.J. W.L. Smawo Argyle,A. Bestwiek R. L. Edmonds, S. S. SiMey,Qumcy.,Tallahassee. Tallahassee.preme Court and United States District Court a

c ,. pound by the hundred weight. .' 18-S. 30 Monticello.Januarv Mv.1348. ft- _
J. J. T. DAFFIN. Noice Atachment .
.1 Tallahasw, May 20. 1819. 44 I Cabinet Making, &c., 5"IX months after eate. the Administrator of the In Justices COUtfo 2 D f Leon cly Coffee.

;"tf: CO.PARTEnSHp.-Te have a.. I.O estate of R. Humphries, deceased late of Leon Daniel B. Fisher, Agent (o William E Notce
from this date his entitled to di Ofs BAGS OLD JAVA COFFE
< County, present final account and vouchers vs. ceditor. atee. .
Notce the two shops will be and the wi ALL persons /OU; 50 do. Rio
: : : months after unted Lu.ine.con. to the Judge of Probate of said County, and Torris Welborn. or otherwise interested in the estate

.5 ,' SIX I or the estate of undesigne.AdmimV, ducted irenared by to L YNCI Sc. VINGldHOE. They are pray for a discharge from said amiai.tetiol.Novmbr rUE:defendant and all ethers are hereby notified of ot James M. Sloan, late of Jefferson County deceased 23 do. Lira and for do.sale by

s'T! : Leon County D, will present hi. &an I bl( with fidelity and and their line, 27,184. da e commencement o tkis suit, returnable to a are hereby notife to ehibit.their claimsandemnands Just 9 LLOYD !! G.
A-: before the Hon. Judge of aCcmnl. said.n.che despatch, on I reasonable I terms Justices Cot to be held Tallahassee on the 12th within years from this to the Sept.l8.l547.

'4't: and pray for a final settlement and fr discharge Covnty from,, the for C or approve. accetanC I airy workmen in. DR. J. S. day ofj June next, aM to&appear and plead to th .ndersigned, or the same will be barred : and all Buggies fbr Sale.
country. cntinQ patronage of(.fee to make
BON Grven under hand indebted to estate rqmested
and this Ii. wrJ
I said esla' Qr tic is most solicited. p" .ne. I my sal 31t persons TUST received four handsome Leather Top
4:1i reredul professional citizens March A. D. 1848. immediate
: paysnent. .
agent) te !
E. J.
ITutnEE LYNCH. and the R. TUCKER, GIES. snide expressly AiJnTii
; GERARD Offiae at Col. Filbert Jeflirson Coo ty and tx offiti Adm'r. f
VNGEnnOE. j Justice of the Peace. of
20, Ie In M
Ts/iafiassre, member 6 o 35 At the Tin
4 ? p 4 11120. 1SJ7. 43 t April ll. 15(8. 37 3 r.brua"19. 1818. 31 3 Msrch25.1S48.


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