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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: September 16, 1848
Publication Date: -1848
Frequency: weekly[nov. 11, 1837-1848]
weekly[ former 1831-oct. 15, 1837]
semiweekly[ former oct. 18-nov. 4, 1837]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -v. 20. no. 34 (Dec. 30, 1848).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began with Oct. 10, 1831 issue.
General Note: "Laissez nous faire."
General Note: "Democratic." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism, 1926.
General Note: Publishers: Samuel S. Sibley, <1837>-1840; Gibson & Sibley, <1840>; Gibson & Hubbard, <1841>; E. Gibson, 1841; F. Flagg, 1841; S.S. Sibley, 1841-<1846>; Sibley & Dyke, <1848>; C. Dyke, <1848>.
General Note: Editor: E. Gibson, F. Flagg, 1841.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 10 (Oct. 24, 1831).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Preceded by: Floridian & advocate
Succeeded by: Southern journal
Succeeded by: Floridian & journal

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BY AUTHORITY. LI------ to. ,
I.
VALUE Of t'm.K; CALIFORNIA. .5- ;.

i* til ItiolBtioii ptucd; tt the Pint Swioa We are indebted to a gentleman. arrived J

9l tti Thirtletk Coajrm.rtr4. THE fora California far a copy of "the California

FLORTDTAN.BY Stir" published at San Francisco on the lit _
ACT (or the relief of certain
.-AN rjrvivwidowsol : A ril.
anJ oldirre of the revolu- It contains a long description of the
. ittg oCf I. pro pec s California. They realize the

b tn.1 to It rwt*JT the S iof> and Houteof Reprt.tittt mast brilliant anticipations which we had

1. .j Unit State* of .America in -- - farmed nf its value, and completely refute the
.. : mtaucHiUed.Thtt widow all UfPf. -- I r steer of Mr. Webster, that our new acquisitions 1.
ofScew.miuiciaiu .
,
BY
ee.cowmiI4ioned i mar- i SIBLEY & DYKE. TALLAHASSEE
,, ,,or Bi"nti. and Indian spies. who tbill have FLORIDA! SATURDAY/SEPTEMBER 16,1848. VOL. II-KO.> were scarcely worth a dollar. t
a in the continental line State troops, volun. Agriculture--wheat, corn, rye, outs, potatoes t

If militia, or in the naval te"iee. in the revolu'rf at law or in --- ._ .- i I garden vegetables can be raided as eati- '
:
t with Greit Britain,thall be entitled to I chncpr1. pending the said district Correspondence of the Baltimore Sun. -- -- 1
a
t war wch widowhood, of ) courts at Huntsville, or in the circuit District of Columbia, contained in bis last Intercepted Correspondence. ly a* anywhere else. It. grapes are unsor-
daring equal
:i
'f pD innotn ion that their husbands would be entitled amount to, court of the United States at Mobile in which the WASIXGTOX. 31, 1848. letter accepting the Buffalo. nomination was The following letter is supposed to have passed by those Prance, and excellent wine
defendant
Jnivinr undeejhhi pension law. ; to commence ( or defendant, reside in the middle dutriet, In my last, I intended to refer- perhaps I not part and parcel of (ho inaugural originally i. been intended for (the Lynchburg may bet made (here. Besides great varieties
day of March, eighteen l.undrid I hereby established) at the time of serving process did refer the a Virginian, a of fruit from the -
athe fourth andft4tghtI be among omissions-to the fact prepared, but was added after orange and olive to tbe
and to *be |paid' 'n the same ,hal transferred for trial to the district cOfsua.tion whig and it was evidently written j
; manner that paper by a
that
Mr. Buchanan is the nat and I tie soil
r are paid to '"widows but court Mid middle district, and be pioceeded only distinguished with Mr. Robert 1. Walker, and the subsequent potnfgra e fig. produces tobacco,
l b'JDion.'a pen!ion Ihal bo enlitld to no receive widow in.heard, adjudged, determined i.I the name man candidate for tbe Presidency, before the last consultation of (the latter with Mr. whig : but by some mistake it fell into (he hemp cotton, and the sugar plant.

1 B0 further pension under provisions or this art ; tier the said a though OUlt originally, commenced or presented in National Baltimere Convention, who in his II. S. Foole, at present the successor of Mr. hands of the Lynchburg Republican, a demo Manufacturer are expected Jo rise up in

I.nd no widow, married after the first dj'of January', of t the Hid courts: at huntsville be the and duty Mobile of the cerk corrBpondence, publicly and privately, and Walker in the United Stales Senate. This cratic paper, which publishes it : California. Most of the materials are to b* 4

w0and eight under hundred thfs act.shall be entitled to recrtfapeni"n transmit, to the clerk of the distric court at lafd\Mont- in all his communication with public men and also is stated by authority." fnind 'ihere ; and if the agencynfeteam bn

Eomcry the oricmal private gentlemen, has taken a decided, P. S.-Since the pmp'oved.! varieties of and manufacures .
arts
eE.. Llndl/eiifutther enacted, That any pledge, papers ciCl hereby order open preceding was written I To the the many
Editor;
I e-d lobe f Mrginian
H3rt tpge.IaiC. a i nment, or transfer of any riijht. orders transferred.tojrether a transcript of all and straightforward course, in favor of 30 30, have perused a private letter from Gen. Cassto : may flourish. .

1 I claim, (interest in any way granted b>' this act, Src and 4. .1.1 other J be prnctdin it had thereon. a the compromise on the slavery questiona ( a distinguished U. S. Senator from the DEAR Sin : I tell you what, my friend and Commerce is advancing ; more vessels are
furthrrenarfed.
h 1 b!utterly cid and of no f.c. shalihe annu. or partsnflawscontraveninor. opposed That to all the laws., position which was finally sustained, at the South, of the contents of which I am permit pitcher, we are getting in an awful fix in thes touching at her ports. The total valu of exports .
itirtor i pension printed by tils act to at. of this provisions close of the session in the President's ted diggings, and I think it duty honorable from San Francisco
t In-y, or wizurc by any of law act, be, and the same are hereby repeaKd. message so far to speak as to that he regrets my as an for the last quarter
j jI ji jr jr jt tKbmfnt Moifybut ihall inure uholh' to the prOs benefit or accompanying his signature to the Oregonbill. the disagreement in the 5). Senate, on the whig, to inrorm you that several of our of the last year is near jOooo ; of imports, )

cube pensioner, rr annuitant eltltd prlona same Approved August 7, IMs. Hut such, is, nevertheless the fact ; last days of the session, between the North leaders swear they wont vote for old Zack no : more than $ i3OoO.(

i IL TVrttne rulfs of evidence regulation*, and pre NO. FfAN( ACT to annex the town of in and such has been his uniform view of the and the South expresses his unwavering confidence how you can fix it, and instead of catching The commercial] prospects of California .

) emption', *and hall apply and govern under the this Commi! ionerrfPensions Slate of Ma ;achusc-tls to collection F.ex.district subject} -as affording a line which everybody in the cocrine' laid down in his locofocos as I expected, we shall be bard at are brilliant ; and a little rrflectien will convince .

undr existing pension pension agenf laws, which act rdate as now to ef Gloucester.Be would understand-and this without regard "Nicholson leter, determination to work, from now until the 7ih of November, us that it i is destined in time to furnish
prevail officers it enacted by the Senate and house of Rtpie to Buffalo Hunts whether adhere trying to prove General Taylor lo be of the
tidowi of rtvr.Iutijrurv and soldiers.Sec. ttntatirei of the Unilrd contemplatedNorth (herein. This private letter is dated a whig, many most important necessaries and .
t \ 3. -Jnrf le it fttrth-r enacted That this, act m6/ev/That the Statetof.1nrica town of Essea, in,the in Congrtsi State' or South arbitrary linen. That this Detroit, nat August. and persuading many of our friends to support luxuries for trade, not only to the whole coast *

,111 take (fet immediately.ROBf. C. ot| Ma-sachi'Sftts!now included in t he collect ion district extension of the compronn'-es; of 18'JO and him ; and between you and me and the gale of western America, but to the entire commerce .

S.)eaVerof the Home of Representatives WIXTIIROP. of 1e\\bur 'prt. shall hcrealter be included in, 1845 will be carried into practical operation Gen. CHSS on Slavery.The post I believe you were right when you said of the Pacific, while* in many articles,

1 G. !M. DALLAS, and part collection district of Glou at the next session, appears to be the opinion Whigs charge that Gen. Cas became the Philadelphia Convention would disgrace especially quicksilver, it will supply the world.
cester.
, Vice President the United Slates, ar.d Approved August 7, 1545. gentlemen high in politics ; but as I ha"t opposed to tie Wilmot Proviso Horn expediency itself: if it suffered General Taylor's name to The bay of San Francisco (the finest known

rf President of the Sennit.JA.MCS heard nothing of a character sufficiently tan and nat from principlemerely to get go before il." I think as things have turned in any country,) is the safe, convenient, and \

Approved July 29. ls 4i. K. POLK. NO <>! .-AN ACT to annex that part of f the State of gible to authorize a change of the opinions Southern vtfes, and not from conscientIouscorivictionsofthe nut, however, and be did get the nomination, commodious harbor where all this trade will

( Indiana b rderin2 on !.Ae Michigan to the Chicago which I have: already expressed I hal re- constitutional rights of the that you turned around and whipped in for 'be concentrated. In a very few years, nu.

:co 7ft.-AN" ACT supplemental an art to con lIe it enacted district.the main for the present, on that point statu members d'the confederacy. The following him so soon, in order to make the democrats merous vessels of all nations -men-of-war. .3

; frm the surrey and location of claims lor lantN in I by I'st its ti Senate:Iatea and of.JOf.lea t of tn Rcpi Congrrxv eicntatitesofthe -- quo.And silences sub a charge and fnnishes new believe you preferred him to any one else, although .merchantmen, whalers, the Chinese junk, and

and State outh of of Mls'the iPJi. ea.t of the Pearl river. awm'itid. That from and alter (the thirtieth now I wish to say a few jhings by c(>cn n'eproo of his soundness on t thp question you know you told me you preferred powerful steamer-will find here the safest 3

approved Macb Ihlrtyfr1 three degree eighteen ol north hundredand latitude day of Septfmb next t. all that part ol the State (1 f authority." I have: fnterlained your readers slavery. I is from that able and mfljlential .. Crittenden or Scott. We have been doingour anchorage, the most central .situation, and the

. forty-five. Indiana b'.rdfriri on lake Michigan, and heretoforeincluded occasionally in the course of my professionalduties I W Kg i paper, the "Cincinnati Gazelle," prettiest here to get up a little! enthusiasmand best market of the Pacific. This will become
in .
the
Detroit
. Be it enacted by tile Senate and Hoitte of Rrpreunlalifct the same i* hereby, annexed collection to, and district made ,a be part, and of, I with the withering denunciations" and was published to injure Gen. Cass in the hurrah for old General and Whiley, but I the point of rendezvous for all the whalers flf j, i:

I of the United Slateof.1mrriea.tn Con. the collection District of Chicago in the State tl of G en. Foote, of the United States Senate I W cst. Te invite particular attention to it assure you it is no go-and I believe: it is be. these seas. They are now only waiting for

ye fret anembled.. rights for That lands all situate confirmed in the claim State and of Mis-settlement Illinois -the lexicographer of the United States Sen. as f-howiis thit Gen. Cass has always been cause he says he will not be the exponent of protection against tbe desertion of their crews. : -

ti,ippi, eat of the Parl river, and south of thirtyr Approved August 7. 1511.NO ate-personaly, a very amiable" gentleman- I with the South on this exciting question.HunJscilf .- the principles of ihe whig party" and the people Let this matter be looked to at once, let the y

I !degree of noith latitude, which had nt beitijetially 52.-AN ACT for the reliefofeertain Tennessee publicly, a learned classical, eloquent, fluent D mocrat. can't see the difference between being I hw be rigidly enforced. and we will soon see 4
'11''Pye on tie ground, and fir which no volunteers oralor-but possessing nevertheless, some h (;en Cass is not a new convert to Southern Tylericd and Taylorizcd ; and another thing, this desirable branch of trade centered here." .,

tevor plats! of general's turret office, uruth been ft Tenue telurned er to, on the or!before ur-- ;, Il it tna'rt by the Stnate and JJu8ofRrprt- weaknssts. which he i!seldom willing to al''. doctlne' ; he took it in the natural way. I think it i is a bad practice (to pan over our The fisheries are abundant and productive. i.
J tfntafipfeft ie I'nitrJ Slatft pf.lmenca mitt either to friend f for When tie subject of extending toMissouri statesmen, when we want a candidate for the The mineral
the first day ofSani3rv. one fhon v ..i asirnttlcd ] or >.e-always ready slavery resources are rich especially in .4 .
t Tl.ai the
I hundred and thirty-nine shall l.t and are herebv '. gt-tss I)". and he is Iler'L -, a.tlH ri/ed SferrtaQ'atul directed of the Treasury to .1 j:I a fight or a friendly demons'ration as thecae I and Arkansas was agitating the Presidency, and lake up a man who says k ha 'I quicksilver' which are described in very brill. 4 :

00firmedaccordingtn' actual tenets herefter io out of anv' mone\s in the T, wt otherwise pav may be, or circumstances mand.i He II III I country,Judge Wilson l edited a paper in Steu- has no qualifications, and never voted in his iant terms. Forbes' mine is said to be worth
fry ap
,. that bt made said.claims herein actually prot ided urteved for, i:the on same the mainer, I propriated, to the mounted( Tennessee volunteers! i t I I had a number of" bouts" with Ir. Calhoun, I hjt'nvilteand. strongly advocated the side of life." In this the democrats have the advantage in pure metal between 18.and 25 per cent- -

cl e and returned to the sUr'e'er'l general .fT>e pond t !I who served in the, comjiani* of Captains GiUes-pie, ( a few weeks previous to'the close of the session 1 liberty ; tn able paper pubihcd! in CbiJcotheconraineJ of us by taking General Cass. I see il richer than the celebrrted mine of Almadin, .. -

lime aforesaid. are tonfrrf by the art to wl'icliIhitis ann Pikp.irn"n Ihirt'..si1. to and each Ri, the frs.um in ti ot;htecn forlv, rent hundred | all of which were made upon Sunday ] articles on the opposite 8iJe-lJt is mighty hard now to find charges to bring in Spain, which has been rented by the Rothsc .

a authorized supplement aud; duected surveyor general i! daor t the use and riVKol his l.orf-e; and Fifteen rents|per j i after the long preceding nights session. the Jud


. bereby interested, to cause the nrvv, on re'u'.t of said claims"I f anvpirty per day lor forage, fmm the, first djy of cH'nlber.1| Wel, that distinguished Senator leaves vanlageof being right, and so was too strong brought will not injure him as I have not seenI "Star" states that 1\Ir. Alexander Forbes ,

. j jt' without delay, and at any time between (the passage, I tier eiphteen, ,01'! Genelal bur.dr.d and thirty-ia, the date of the or- j, to-morrow, for his home in lisis5iPfi. for his .avery opponent ; at this point several the first democrat that believes! you, and tbere I recently sailed from Monterey with a cargoof a
Wool
act and the fir"t, I until the day il.t Wfr6 finally and make appeared the ; side much Ia | are several of our who are I dollars
If this day of January, eighteen (,charce l, to law, from I "iJ speeches, by arlies on n'avery party going for him quicksilver, 20,000 in value, the
' )hundred, and fifty to be made and returned to his I :1'odi"l li.t public !fI ion his thither Va. capacity of the editors which because they think! have of ihe
,
I Iy 'ict: PiotidrJ Said allowances. *. be made bv' : route at Petersburg o'-p fe were II you proved him a. products mines of New Almadin, near J
; } office actual, and! he lUVL5'shall so eel trade tif! the to his return rflice and to the laU, ofluch I till' accounting cffjcfis upon; the same hal j rincip'.e' .| in North Carolina, in South Carolina in more dtcul for the Judge to ant r than all Federalist, and wore a back: cockade. Asl the valley of San Jose, and extricted within .

1 ,- and reccneHor' lands in the .\uu.a! district reg- and upon; like prooN a! are rei1ui'it! : l in ether cast. Jeorgia; in Mobile, Ala., in New Orleans, he ha to oppose up to tint time. It was 1.1 to his "extra pay," this seems tu our friend the short space of three thonths." .

. I lorwid e State. And the Minever g'Dtrl. and the I where similarallcwane's arc, made bv' law. and alter a week sTnt, at the latter place, in 1 ident Hal the editor could not write such ar.// rather as a n-coiwuendation, as it was allowed I -
t 1"h-
aid register and receiver, shall record these claims I An.rC'euu Natchez also! on his return to Jackson where tides, but the author was unknown him by whigs-and that shows he deserved it. MORE BOLTING. i a

. r ind plats (actual with the mrvev.claims in all re,pecl upon :IE' X O. si -AN oCT for I he relief ol these iire-emp-! lie resides. many fears afterwards, when the editors oi I wish you to write to our friend Roorback to I We scarcely open an exchange paper, but .. f .

"r .lime arvfye footing>l upon the by confrme( winch as actually this-/ finn clainunts. upon the, Mian.i lands in Indiana, Mr. Foote kno\t what is what," and, both pipers mtt, and conversation turned up. try and invent sonrjflhing better than this, or we find some evidence of the rapid dissolution .

it a supplement !rf'tul.subject t", and a(1 entitled to, the entitled\\\if\ h.th to *>ir Htieo in the Mexican \\a sic eccentric a he undoubtedly i is-the John on ihd'r early controversies. Judge W. expressed we shall be defeated ceri; in. I see you hate of the whig part- See bow tbe rats forsake ,
land.
1 benefits of all the provisions of said act : 1'ivruleti, I lie it enartt.l bounty l>y the Senate all Jfoii'e of Reprccntatie Randolph of the U. States Senate-as i i- Mr. a strong desire to know who wrote been trying to prove that he did not break his j the sinking ship : The Sandusky (Ohio) .
. if it shall appear t-> the -urvejcr from ihoseable articles in favor of sword when General Hull Mirror says :
Tht jentrl. <* of the I'nitrd .lutu (f inCmlrtl Stephens, Georgia, of the House of Representatives exlendinj ala.vervsral surrendered at De- .
of actual 'lmrira
., cfice puts,thit' any of sud survey d.ilm.already cann',t now be actually his I af<,,il/. That th"!? jfr-ons \'Im ate (n.tltltf : -though I suppose that I .hal the editor gave ( tn. Cass for. the troit, but I (bilk we let this thing sleep too. Homer Goodwin, a talented lawyer, and .,

f "Jft\ed on the ground, \ncto their conflict with to b.ni'itv. laid warrMi for cte Iundrand please ticithiergentleman by bringing ;, author : be had no expectation then ot ever long lo rake it up ; but one thing is certain, if a stumper fir Harrison in 1840 and for Clay J

. ether claims already confirmed a' aetaal1' surveyedcathecroaid. I' t the sixty present aTts in war virtue vvi'h i "Met.f Itch ien iro-\n, a'.d Cervices v\Lo dUI' like-irg : antipodes as they are, in politics, in nich; JTJ1 beinjPresident ; he lived in a Sate! opposed poor Roorhack can't do anything for our candidate in 1844, afier trying Taylorium for a while I

bv the act to which ,na upple- "i.bf entitled to the right of Pre.enlptionP"luay !1 mediate juxtaposition, Ptrs0nal1Y-ei5! il.\ to sls"ery ; he dare not then claim the honor we are doomed to defeat. It will: never and finding it no go, has abandoned if, and .t

.r claimant Jrnt.theD so it hal I b,lantu of his! I..r location him to grant to the I the Miami lands: in Indiana, under, tl.1 act r.f. tie walltrJ confident in his recollection ofe- of nrh I.abor. and we may well suppose he do to say one word again in old Virginia aboutour be now goes against no-principle whiggerr ,1
deprived a arrant I
provided by the fourth ertion of said act, without a! third have of August, eighteen hundred and forty-six, vents as they pass in the distinguished booy wroe his real sentiments: so that whatev. principles ; we have tried that ofien e. with a perfect rush.. {

causing the survey to be made. l.l payment the or prml"pe of nlving their warrants I ofwhich lie is such a distinguished; ornament.This ei djubt there may been his other principles, nough. \r e must get in and then we can Another.-:Mr. Porter, editor of the Car. .
the which
part f I"r tract to
Sic 3, .InJ le it fuilhrr mattr.That all war- : t 1"% may f-staHIi.li. th/ir p4sinent r ulit <.( .ji....""-'; :, : ":.Id I brings me to his speech, made in Failquier thf fe can be no doubt that in supporting the carry out ibese. The best way to catch these roll (Ohio) Free Press, tbs sole whig paper }
nn!*which have been t which .1 ...... ,_ ._ ...,
frftofore 1! Ur cr warrant (Io be since the .taplju1ikh..ti5. 'v'l w h a.- Ktfj&iWHg'fnA.tpfVHfI&: .'Jlholftffnr
when recessed Virginia, in the
z atrtud c. ptf c? '
shall hereafter cstlmarH. adjournment as'm ch about Palo I rry I
be issued, by the or general I d talk as possible j-
it Hit his and Southern men parta
fUI'f : of ,
sum act out
one > r and lw .tity-fne cents hr course ot which he details events which own princplcs. other consideration he therefore '.' (
cannot
wrath of under the, many conscientiously
TenDICee. provisions ol the ong- each acre therein confaiiifd : Ptundul, That in no trust it is just as certain Alto, Monterey, and Buena Vista, and hurrahfor
. act to which this is a supplement, and under occurred during the last few das of the H'!. mar safely ; aid in Ihe elevation of any man )p4
iDa the
case be Never mention Fillmore
to old
. tt ''rovisinI of this act, be, and they are hereby. .Ial the government estimated anonnf required of said rtIU.d warrant any, [ ion, in regard to the accuracy of which de. tha no man opposed to slave extension can whitey. or who was willing to accept a nomination from i \
(
t .
auLoriz to be located upon any land e subject to over and abevt th, price of the tract claimed to bl: tails there appears to lie a diersity of opin tnt him. Judge U'ison himself is my au- the Mexican war, or we are gone coons.I a National Convention, should such be held ":: .
private entry in the State of Mississippi in entered and for this and if he be livingwi tell you what, old fellow, you rode (tbe ,
I ; IbOIJ the tract claimed to be entered ion. Every man should be considered the thdty Etaleect for the Presidency from tbe Whigs Demo.
or
ufthe land districts in I
said
icy State, in the same Pillow well and I afraid rode it
aforesaid hobby am
a the
at ratefixcd lawthe said the Cincinnati Gaz. you
by same. -
( ( best of his intuition and the repeat from both '
f Banner that said: warrant are now authorized to be : sum then and in such the balance the I jur- judge own down, as I see that internal: court martial has crats, or should they think proper .
1. located in the Augu ta land district. rba"l money of raid tiact r.f Le paid in cash. best .construer" of his own language, and to tender it." "4
this would be
I in
&hal MADRE EXPEDITION. cleared him. was hopes
SIERRA
THE
I
Approved 5, 13H. .
./ t August Apj-rov d, August ', I" therefore Mr. Fote's version of these scene3
the left I reckon it would be better to swear
The continue to discuss you.
should be received authentic whig journals
1 ;. lO.' ;.-!-At ACT to authorize the issuing. a regis nEnLUIXS. under the as entirely circumstances, particularly of airbed Sierra Madre movement ; and the now that this was a packed court, and that you Another Whig goingfoi- Cast. -The Ce. .

. 1t to the Lark Mary Teressa.Be 10,-A RFSOLUTJX speedy payment :- peculiar Naional Inlelligenccr yesterday publishes know a d-d sight more about what be cil Democrat has the following : "i -
it by the Senate and Itovse of Rcpre- the occasion.
of the
''f matte thrfe Ionth'ltra pay to the rlfcell. noncommissioned done than these generals, although they were It hasbeen reported here that
United State that large number Henry -
.ndaift. of of 'mel a in Con- ., I I He is undoubtedly correct in saying that a aitement a ofTgons --
a i iIII there ofcNs. ru.iciamj. ald ;l'f'are.ates. in the Mexican and nearly all whigs, E. Wright Esq. of Queen Anne's
ttIUNblt. That be issued under the dl.rtion \- who sC'ed in the late war with Mexico the Whigs have placed much reliance sal to have been used by our army in lcxi.I war are a promi.
o Secretary of the Treasury a register upon and beard all the testimony. I thought once nent Taylor man, and Elector
{ ,allowed bv the act of July nineteenth, eighteen the ; ultimate course of Mr. Calhounand co,hue been purchased: for the use of thee a Clay in
. lo the bark Mary Teressa. formerly a French SlI hundrr and forty-eight. probable I xwdit ion.I you have got Cass upon the hip in reducing the 1844 has avowed his determination to take ,
but now owned by athan and Charles his Southern friends, and that all grounds
Rogers
. Butler, citizens of Baltimore, in the State: of Mary Rrsolrrdby the Senate and Hunte cf llfjircrntatirctofthe for from that have been t I We deem it proper, ihercfore, to reiterate pay of volunteers, but then Jefferson Davis, the stump against Taylor. ,
expectation
4 land Tnilt States of.Imertca in Cvngreit i quatler the son.in.law of General l Taylor, who was We bare also been informed .
; and which said vessel hwins been wrecked pro-1 former statements, that the government by a gentle
three
. aSI'ThaI ttlt ilonts'l1tra [ av removed by recent exenls. Mr. Calhoun,
J lad condemned. in t the Chesapeake Inv', and ha. , Wpaired at great expenseProdded: It shall he hundred and forty-etcht the j ecute in faith the treaty with Mexico, the United States, he must, tooMike] come Write will support Cass and Butler. We
proved to the satisfaction of the cl the Cass and Butler and the
Secretary officers, triu-iciars, and ptivalis who Ia\ been tactual support go forward and spike this Roorback. Well, about should be happy to hare this confirm.
l the
treasury, that the cost of the made in the between two coun- report
repairs vote of the South of be thrown for topreserve peace
service in the late with and vvl.o course, .
United exceeds of the war liXIO. ; these different lives of General Cass- ed Mr. Wright is a man of the 7
Sites tbree-folrths original have tri, and to movement whatt\e highest re,
served out the term of engagement, or !I that ticket. Calhoun's recommendation of ,, repress any
tost of a vessel of the tame teenage in the I have 'Ior | that would do well to talk about ii'our spectabilitr and intelligence and liberal and
.United States. been IIrOable dikcharfcod, and to the widows, neutrality" has this extent-no more."- I in our country, of an illegal character, lending very a
heirs of those who have dlh! been killed in the i had not done the same thing about high-minded politician."
, August 7, is.ic. r- his will i to (isturb our peaceful relations with Mexico party
'ppro'e service merit of *h.1 be paid and .etlf Ly the pay depart- I: lxctpting.himself Souther ticket: party lor to violate our position of strict neutrality j Gen. Harrison, and Henry Clay, and our
warmly,
ihe support
unner '
army gulatioi.sa9 Paymaster
10. 73.-AN 'C authorize theSecretary of the General with the tuch approval of the Secretary-j] and fur the reasons which :Mr. Foote has and non-interference between the Mexican I I friends now are writing as many lives and opinions Hopes ) Maryland.-The Sew Orleans
Treasury to yachts, and for other purposes. of War, shall of Gen. Taylor there are Slates: in
disaffection in as
establish. : and existing I Courier is right iu the following
Be it-enacted by tht Senate and Iluute of lltpre. o t laid down with minuteness, and a tolerable goiernment any ;
July :2'J. htQ. I this Union. Look at Ashman and Smith in "
Appro"e ihe'northern Mexican Considering We have ]
tent atitet of the United StJtct of America in Con- degree of impartiality. provinces.! : strong hopes Maryland.. If
J cress ottemblcd. That the of the the rumors now in circulation of such the North, and Gaines and Haskell of the Henry Clay were tbe candidate of thA
Secretary Treasury NO. I 17.-JOINT RESOLUTION ; many whigs
rf thanks to the officers What he sas in to Messrs Dickinson ; I
li hereby aut hoi ized to cause yachts used and employed sailor and regard movement, our South-look at Gen. Talor's letter to Baldwin he would that State with But
a
. marines of the United ctntemplated government carry ease.
exclusively as pleasure vessels, and designed : Statl Douglas, Hannegan, Bright and Fitzgerald -, Saunders said in
navy_ has already taken efficient measures of pre and then look at what she will not easily be made to support Gen.
models enrolled of naval American architecture vessels, and, to now be licensed entitled to .fleaoli-esl tui the SrQI 'and house of Rrjrrctmtatitetofthe I may also bo. implicitly relied upon cau'ion in the shape of proper instructions; I the Philadelphia! Convention. Upon the Tayor.: He brought contusion and d.irepueupon :
b a United Stolen for lie assures me. Juer.conallltoday, and authorizes -
of.1mnira.1 Congres : shall be defeated
think
which will authorize them to Iron boll to our and military authorities on u'boeI we again,' the only organization of bis friends that
ter. proceed assembled. That the thanks, and ci-i
declaration
Congress ate d'Je. mr to make the throughyour I
port to port in the United Stales without entering or are hereby tendered, to the c sailors, and uia- that: eflcct these objects, and to unless! we introduce our old game of coons,' existed there. They were obliged for shame
I clearing at the cUt m-hol. Such license .hal! rifles of the navy eif the ofcet.Sti:.!, for the zealand ]| columns, thai in addition to what he : our neutrality laws to be faithfully en- cider barrells, pepper pod log-cabins gourds, to abandon him, and dissolved their associa-
I II Ir "
be in such form .the Secretary of the Treasuryshall I :tility"irh which! their( duty during the late I there states, in regard to that fearless!, accomplished -[ r:1Se formed ; and neither vigilance nor energy will I bran bread, meal bags, &c., together with (lion ; and ibis was dona after ther had received .
prescribe: Provided Such vessels so enrc.hledandhicentedahall with Mexico and their efficient cooperation eloquent, statesmanlike., Democralic J
especially I and L '
not be allowed to transport merchandize 'a with the nf. the Uiiitfd in the Senator from Illinois Mr. be wanting to our government to see lhalihese. singing, shouting, hurrahing, drinking, his reply to their demand for an explanation
State Douglas,
,or to for : And army instructions are effectually carried out.1r"ahingto carousing-and the sooner the better, as ourfriends of bis .
carry passengers pay proU'I4. capture of Vera Cruz and the castle of San Juan de I' fl.n" be rose in his place and avowed his contradictory assurances relative ;1
tided / That the owner of any'. such vessel Ulloa was performed. Union. are leaving us daily, to his political views. lie requestedthem
before dclermina'ion( and the determination of the .t
taking such license shall give a bond in Re ofeeJ, That the President of tlp United States Your well-wisher, to keep his reply from the
such form and for such amount I the Secretary of be requested to cause the foregoing rescl.ition! to be Northern Democrats generally, who had been CONFIRMATION.We JO. BOORBACK. public eye. -4
the Treasury shall concitionrd that the but he cguld not prevent them from adjourning .i-
prescribe communicated to the cailoi, and marines heartily co-operating with him, and with the
hd vessel shall sat in unlawful trade of the rffu. bare ascertained the fJJo..iD facts P. S. Our friend I tell what sine die and dispersing in disgust, which .
entajt any navy of t hC Vnilfd Slah't, in such terns a he South, in our previous efforts at compromise, Goggin, you : {
W LOTi in any way revenue laws of the Uni- may deem best calculated to give effect to the cbjectt if we should withdraw all further confirmatory of what we have concern is franking Santa Anna's pass" all over disgust no one denied was produced by tai! .1
Slte. and iball comply with the laws in all t herfo(. opposition' the refusal of the whig majority in the of his ] The Bulletin
contents
ot and thus permit the Oregon to become a ing (his country but some of our whig friends say reply. now saysthe .1r.
Stt.resgects.2. 4r,4he it further enacted. That all such Approved August 7, J 1SIC. law, at the next session of Congress li to unite House of Representatives to enact the laws he is a guard dog barking like all night at t General has directed his reply to be made ;

T* *li ih., 10 all resi! ect., except a above beJeCttothelawsnfthe NO. IS_-JOINT RESOLUTION authorizing the I with us, again and heartily, in extending the (for which the treaty with Mexico stipulates! .leather wing btts: or a coon dog scratchingalter public, and that the democratic party will b"

f J United State, and shall be Secretary of Stale Io fornuh Ihe clerks ol f the several Missouri compromise line to the Pacific, and In addition to tlsl statements, it is a fact t ground mice. greatly displeased at it. Look out, then, for ;
;iaW tOMizu'i apd forfeiture for any violation of district and circuit couiN of the UntcdStates I thus vexed forever"to that, after what is correctly reported of Mr.Charles rare amusement to come off in the course of. f
provisions ef this act. with copies (,f LiltleV and flros n's edition of the i fllng'th( question : J. Ingersoll's statement in the House, few days !
Sec. 3, Jlndlt ujuitktr enacted That all such Laws of the United States.Keaolred I repeal, Io all this, thai Mr. Saturday, the 12th August there was a An Unfortunate Yoke.-Between Fillmoreand .
leaflIedachtisU &a c enal cf the form size. by the Senate and Houve Repieten- i, Douglas, and srreral .fthe others, .subsequentIv on Taylor the opposition is in danger of finding 5
Committee
an colors preacnoed b,' tLe Srerrt.ry of 1D Navy, felines oflise United Statet f.1meneatn CuniprssaerMfJ I and out of the Senate, it all, andfurtur special meeting of the on Foreign The Baltimore Patriot" refers triumphant
althfwnerlherefillaU af.1 time permit the Th,l the Secretary ol I State cause to be I rfl'fatt Afair on Monday morning the 14lh, when itself without any party whatever on the Ito letter in the Times."
Wheeling
that that a
1 architect in the employment ol the Unuled furni-hed, toiurhol the clerks of the several diolncl i vas upon tlts assurance I whigs, overruling two democrats, refused day election, Filluwr.e is the yellow f feter .
Irr to eiamine and cop t be o xjei$ ol eid yachts. and ciacuit C lh of the United SI.tfi. a sufficient tIl South/ fnal.I. on Monday, vithdreie al fJ.t t to act upon either of the bills reported I to all Southern Whigs, and is killing them signed by five democrats of thai city, which
AppilvedAugust i, lt4S. number of copies of Little and Irowu'l edition of f jwstiion to given their reasons for opposing Gen. Cass
TaIor is the
by scores- cholera all I
fur
the with those heretofore I to that committees-one boundary, the oth among for Con 'Ibe
statues at hrge feld.to and voting Taylor, fact is ofno
I L G9-AN ACT hit chance the place ol holding supply the c'rk'I otfice at each place where sa.d.: Mr. Foote feels very confident that this. I er fur indemnity ; and the session of Congress Northern: Wbigs, and is carrying them off account, lor the Wheeling Argus proves

diitrict, court of the United States for the mid- courts are f""I-) law to b held, one copy foi controversy will therefore be settled next winter \I closed with the determination in the whig by scores. Put up to work together, they that, with one exception, they were not democrats
district' the '>'e of said cleik's cflit-e, of said courts. that (he hate : in different directions and
41 of Albama. aa for other purposes I present adminiitratili I House not to acknowledge the Mexican war, arc pulling every and had not voted with the republican
I taaetcd, b fmat and howe of Rf prt- Approved Aujust 7,11V the credit of settling a wih the the Mexican treaty, or the Mexican conquests, opinion of the one is controverted or opposed the President.Louisiana. .
alrt'.f IM United State of.fmrriea.-in Con- of the President's last partfr present
doctrines to If
r< ----- -- -- --- message except Texas, but neither New Mexico nor by some act or sentiment of the other.
) "tttemVed.That the State of( Alah.wa hali be, Ttoch your Children Music.-You will (he House, and that Gen. Cass's admiti lra. (to Southern slavery .
the "me it hereby, divided into threa distrit*, California. On (the army bill1 r. Vinton Taylor promises support II .-A gentleman writing from
I p*nner following, io wi! : stare at a strange notion of mine ; if it appears tion. contrary to his own impression, will be stated in and to the House, that rather than even in indefinite term, Fillmore's consistent Baton Hwg, says "Gen. Taylor cannot car. .

TBe cO"nti. ol Mobile Waihinrlon. Baldwin even a mad one, do not wonder. HadI relieved from all responsibilities in relation incur the expense which the troops said to be Abolitionism is quoted to his confusion.- ry his own parish, however much h<* may la.

'J"="Ptr.Cakl., Marengo,Green, PickVru. Wilcoi. children, my utmost endeavors should he to thereto. necessary to maintain those new Territories I if Fillmore advertises for free soil sympathy, bor for it. Tlic democracy of Louisiana will

tailed the fouthern Mb. shall district(compose, and a court toe dl8trlet hall be, to held be breed them nnjiLciani. Considering: J haven Gen. Brown, i is probable, may accompany must cost, it would be better to restore them Taylor's Southern interests and instincts are do their duly. The utmost enthusiasm prr. .' -

ktthejd" dufrict, I heretofore, at Moliile.tountiec ear, nor even thought of music, the preference Mr. Foote part of the way on his jouruey to Mexico which would no doubt be the doc. held up in reply. Taylor praises Jackson, veils and meetings am well attended : while .

bi of Montpomer Antauga, Coosa seems odd, and it it embraced on free home. And here permit me. to say, on 'trine oftbe atiti.slavcryparyat all events.- Fillmore's votes and speeches against refund among whigs there is a coldness and inditTer 'S

''latoon'";", Cb ml>erfTalUd va, Randolph Macon, quent reflection. In short, madam, a my relaLIt authority, that the assertions, public Washington Union. ing the fine Judge Hall are pointed out.- I ence, indicating the desperate condition to -

Barbour.>< .. Dallas P.ke.Heorv.* Dale Coffee, CovingtT4drVOdc aim would be to make them happy, I think it lud private, which have been mad that Gor. If Taylor professes to be satisfied with tbe which they are reduced. The democrats --

t4,10511. hall hereafter, PerryBibb coicpoM one Shelby district and, to Tui-be the most probable metbo. I is a re&ource Brown will oppose Gen. support Clay and Co**.-The United Stales Mililary Tariff of 1846, Fillmore's boasted paternity r held a meeting in the parish yesterday, and

;'1lt4tb. middle dttfrict, and a court hall be held which will last J"es unless they Gen. Taylor, are entirely unfounded. He an4 Naval Argus says ;_" Between and zealous support of the Tariff of 184? are the court-house was rrowded J hundreds were

d : said liflfict at Montgomery. And the resifxweth grow deaf; it depends on not on may not, and probably does not, endorse all Clay and Cass the race would have been an proved from thtHmperishable' record. IfTy- compelled to listen outside, as there'' was not

b oDtie. ouid State shall hereafter com- others ; always amuses and soothes, if not of Gen.. Cass's opinion on the subject of slavery honorable contest for principle -.bqt between lor promises to make po removals for opinion I room inside the building. You rest as,

jljjr'JrtheTn l hld fo di.tict ama,of u Alabama heretofore, and, at a hunt.2. court. consoles ; and of al fashionable measures, is and be, like all other Southern Demo. General Taylor, it need no prophetic seer to : sake, Fillmore's connection with tha proscrip. lured that Gen, Taylor's own may parish wIll
-
Pilje. the cheapest. It capable of fame without rats, prefer Gen. Cass infinitely to Gen. declare that Gen. Cats sill on the 4th or' live cabinet of the hundred days in 1841 is give a two-thirds majority for Cass and Buf.

Jo'r ..4J4I kit(futc'' nac/e'/.That the next the danger of criticism ; is susceptible of err. Taylor, and will give hiD hi. support I March, 1849, be formally inauguratel! Prc"i. revived. If Taylor denounces all Bankrupt I her I If the rest of the Union will do AS Loo.

.r..:, district c or the said middle diltri thulium, without being oppressed ; and unlike -i rpeak from authority. dent of these United States. At such an is. Laws as frauds Fillmors's voles and speeches isiana, Cass and Butler will be elected bya

Iv,* 1&I"IIP"thPnffr. .ra hill. h'tof be held said'at middle other moral passions, is cure of being And here, at the conclusion of this long sue, this republic need not repine. \for the corrupt schemes of 1841 will also be It triumphant and most overwhelming mjjor.

: 'Ay reaire an fortLwitb to remove gratified even In; Heaven.-Horace n letter which you will perceive could not well shown fionj the journals, And yet this is the ity."
pe.
a IQ.t pip an'e0"1 belosirig to Missouri takes tbe lead this year in be made shorter, I will add a curious fact, Tbe King Hanover and the Duke of team which was to ride down, rough.shod,

tYe O C Tu caJoo i to Moot- pointroent of Thanksgiving day-oy. E. viz : That the position of Mr. Van Bureq'sinaugural Cambridge arft all that are left of the once the Democracy of the nation I I-Pen'-ryl. Cap Marrytir, the celebrated noTclist, *

S 3. .''4 H i fu/J e'iartea', Tat all cazs'es war having proclaimed the 24fh of Jfo on the subject slavery! i the numerous family George III. ion,. dead. ________




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; I' nai -S S S S icilleitabtish Give him the and
patronise
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.ft'J' I" it 4 'J r. Branch and the Baltimore Convention an able argument against the right: of the THE FLORIDM. cballtnge.and have published tl letter. of the Gnernm.ntltt him exercise it over certain FU. -

1- people of a territory to interfere with slaveryin good turn deserve another, and we have a portion of the country whose representatives votedon Who Dope j

,I...1 1.3 *. .:;, In with the request of L. II. it, prior to their admission into the Union. favor to ask of Mr. FILLMORE is yourcandidate this occasion to len that question for tutors consideration The Northern and Southern
: complying you. it that should free,and IdiOt J
settle
> >' ..!' '" .to Oregon b otL
i "LET US
the' AdJress al. Gen. Cass arpues in tnat letter that slavery is LONE. wieh to do him Mexico and California to Whig party are playing offtke boldest
IJNCH: Esq-i in publishing --- and, of course, you to leave New b dilut Wu ;
.li 4a, : ; *
:, a domestic relation, and is to be regulated liy and decided hereafter &-Let him power fraud ever made the
: i l-i I lod in his note, we take this occasion to Saturday September 16 1048. full justice and to every thing in his favor upon Arneria
":'" to the Slates in which it exUts, because as lo i it say of thj. government with his atachmenl with histalents pie. We will pe

,.jiji; .y': .. '. .\. that the Central Committee to whom they are s .rereign. Ofcourse, in the absenceof which his claims will admit or We ask you with his. indalem verily believe state he cue : 0
.
.
DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. that unless there is renewed strength,and augmented 1. There it Northern
I no
.'31 ..r. !'" t' : ..' -h frequent allusion! has been made, has the sovereignty, there would! be no power to return our courtesy by publishing the following strength of Whig rotes in he will accomplish Whig afc

10. Jr H., then continues in the Conlret Congress, statesman, ro
over it. same cent Ire have the Senate electioneering
i- vcr received, nor Mt themselves authorized roa rnrsmcNT or THE UNITED STATES : ; his purrn se.-CO lurety i
I i' nection : In vaiious'respects the Territories GEN. LEWIS CASS LETTER. and with the patronage of the government with even pettyfoggingaillage politician Pnl.?:'
: receive from the delegates to FILLMORE
'
11' :, anfl'port interest that he a Northern man can bring : -
y differ from the States. Some of their I lights i every a
ern
-' .. t- MICHIGAN.rbn I Whig press, or Tillage
Or
> i' I late Baltimore Convention. The charge, incWte an-l .' BUFFALO, Oct. 171838. tu bear, co-operating with every interest that the
rtt'\A are theyd uo new'peprD
'I .il.. : withheld CSlhflcc. SIR : Your communication of the 15th inst., South can bring to bear-we cry safety before we are i Northern Whig meeting or
1 Vvefore, that they suppressed! or liar a'Jrib-j'cs of sovereignty"1- l VICE FBESIPCJIT: there is .
: I 1"" out of the wood if we feel that no danger lIIQio
a
Ii
\ p.1 .iI ,.'. .' J t' .. .n publication 1 any uch I report as I has been do not posses a power which ho his just' before GEN. WILLIAM O. BUTLER, a chairman of a commit e appointed by to these new territories.." -but asserts, claims, and boasts ( Z\
1 : Anti-Slavery of the County of ,
\14 .. r said is a attribute of sovereignty. "Th Society This it does from Taylor, if elected, will teto the
t A .. "s :Vged, is certainly without I foundation.Ti peculiar Or KENTUCKY.TOR has just come to hand. You solicitmy testimony, coming as n ty"
He that has no Proviso. If there
Congress is
expressly
says PO\"e DANIEL WKBSTER is most important at this a single exccptionThave
answer to the following interrogatories ,
:
V-- the GOVERNOR OF FLORIDA : ,
it and neither Congress nor .
.i the Editors of the Floridian : orer a peo- GEN. WILLIAM BAILEY. 1st. Do you believe that petitions to Congress time, when such efforts are being made bj not seen it, and would b
; ; pie, so long they live under Territorialform gla I see
I.: :. V.'EXTLUMKX; :Having seen a puhlcation: of a can exercise a control Soft CONGRFSS : on the subject of slavery! and the slave unscrupulous partizans in the whig ranks to pointed out, a also a single o hem i
from of (government
the of this place one trade be received read and
Whip to Ii
UK .* : ..., delegates: paper who was selected to represent over it, it fo:lows, of course, that the power is WILLIAM P. DUVAL. considered ought by the representatives, respf'c.ful of thepeople distort and misrepresent the position of Gen. of any distinction who is not in favor

: .1"I :: i-if Democracy of this State in the Ute Baltii in ah<;jance, and cannot be exercised l hv any ? CASS on this great question. The attention proviso. t

; r, ..,*' ." re Convention, and apprehending that my boJy,it.until by the I forming people: for acquire themselves the sovereigntyover a fundamental GKORGK FOR R.PRESIDENTIAL FAIRBANKS ELECTOR, 0fN4': Johns. 2 J. Arc you opposed to the annexation of of all parties is invited to it ; and especially 2. All this is wholly reversed with ujer; .

t ,.M--, .- .'. .rfher might; he classed in the sime itrgory; : ,and coming in'o the Union. CHAKLKS II. DUPONT, Of tiadsdcn. Texas to this Union, under any circumstances, do we call the particular notice of the whig sal Southern Whiggery, which universally
cOlltiutill
: .. i .' p clfu\lr\ request you to ptilnUh the enrlo- Again, he denies that Congress has jurisiiictiun MILTON, Of Jackson County. so long as slaves are held therein ? organ in this city to if. The editor of that sert that Taylor would veto the provi il. "
4s : .i I Address from him to the Democratic part}' any JOf. 3d. Aro in favor of Congress exercising n
: you Southern
: -
--- only
.1 over the matter. How then can -- -----: print entertains for Mr. WEBSTER the most exception we have seen
'/. Florida. to its creature and (hat TWe are authorized to announce Dr. all the constitutional p.wer it possesses, to heard is of Mr. Adams
delegitfl: ,
F. Congress exalted and reliance in of wbj
4 hI. : L. II. nIL XCU.. F. A. BYHD, of Miccasuckie, a candidateS abolish the internal slave trade between the respect places great of Kentucky .
creature a which a
,
ofdouhlflllf'gilir3c) power is reported to have said in the
!
States whatever he House
t itself: not Siiifacit alimn! to represent Leon County in the House of ? opinion may see proper to publish '
: : F. To the Democratic Tarty of Florida : possess. per 4th. Are in favor of immediate resentatives, that he believed ofRp
tl per sd? Whoever does thing through Hepresntati res of the next General Assembly you leg. to the world. We invite the Sentinel to Taylor }|
:'I r The Madison\ Convention which assembled fact a islation for (the slavery in the Dis. not veto the
thus
V. of another, does it himself of the Slate. aboltiol attentively read WEBSTER'S declarations proviso- agreeing with
tie dele- instrumentality
:' i March last t. appointed me one of I -- -- trict of t&
S, : -:';..' ": .IPI to represent you in the Democratic Na maxim of ihe law, and the Supreme {;:} We have been requested toannuunce ROBERTII. I am much engaged and have no time to in reference to Mr. CASS, and let us see if in Northern Whigs.

!> : dischnJ Court would never allow Congress to BUTLER as a candidate to represent the people These two precisely
Baltimore and I future that abate little its opposite
; rial Contention al enter into an argument, or to explain at lengthmy paper cannot a opinion caj.-
: such shallow de. ol Leon in the House of Representatives of I
county
acquire a jurisdiction by an
.. 0' ?- the duty thus imposed on me, to the uS6t vice. ) the fiat Legislature of Florida. reasons for my opinion. I shall therefore virulence, when i speaks of the distinguished not both be right. Are all the Whigs Xoni

r ",. ;. .;' ability, and in accordance with what: Ic I content for the or are all the
my by wrong Whigs South
present
: answering nominee of the democratic
& But it is useless to multiply proofs of Gen. fienGKO. mJclf partVEBSTER wrong?
f'e have been to annnounce .
med to be wishes. Perhaps: it was requested
? your ALL :llories in the .AFFIRM The
Northern
c 6 r'l ; -.; ... to to the : I took in that Cass' opinions on this sut' lct. No one can WIHTFir.LD ai a candidate to represent the i is as good authority, we take it, as the Florida and Southern Whigs nuinti ,
duty part TIVE and leave for future
IT report you read the Nicholson letter impartially and deliberately people f Leon county, in the Senate of the next som eccasion a him on these two opposite
Sentinel and with positions
; S 'invention immediately after its adjournment, Legislature of Florida. more extended discussion on the subject. perhaps a great many he aD jet
that he doesnotentertaiti
:: .,.. .' 'I. .t t averse at all times to assume a position without being sati.fed I wouI however, take this occasion to say, would have the preference. claim to be the same party. With each

b I 'i'.iich: would render me conspicuous, and retanl the opinion tht people of a fjO- We have been requested toannoinre JOSEPH: hat branch their are radical
frankly giving opinion, I wouldnot opinions and
Indis.
Territory may abolish slavery before their admission CHAIRES a,* candidate to represent the people of my Light Bursting In.
:: 1 :-- to become an object of mis( presenta. into the Union, and that such Leon county, in the House of Rcpresertativrs of the desire to have it understood in the nature pensable to Taylor' support.

:. . '..':), detraction and unfair ciit! *ism, I easily opinion would be utterly incompatible! with all an next Generalsseintly of the State of Florida.rj of a pledge. At he same time that I seek no t. Since the publication of MILLARD FILL. Whigs are right then the Northern I Sohen
4 Tsuadcd that I might with propriety MORE'S Abolition letter of the Southern Whigs
but so ie
myself :
; disguise, freely give sentiments on '
; : the and contained! in it. my any would
opinioni
We not
arguments hive been to annr>tire, JAMES support him, and the
:frain fromappearing: in the newspapers. requested subject of interest to those for whose !l lI talk their reverse. Gea.
4 l '" : en now at a serluded spot in the interior of Leon in the House reprcscr am a candidate, 1 am opposed to { Taylor could settle the difference at a
giving
of
could not complain, because their candidatenot (county Representatives any him is not now a cordial and cheerful wor<
,"' :. ;.irth Carolina I am almost entirely ignorant the next General Avwmhly of the Slateof' Florida. 'ledge that deprive me hereafter of I and he refuses. this fair? Has be
:
f what is at home or abroad, and only expresses no opinion on any subject, d_ _____ &al heretofore. The Whigs at the South (at least I a right
J: .. passing f j but avows that he did have has discretionary power. My own character ali to claim the support of either half the
S any, : "NOTICED Union
'fi .: .,iiv.. bf? mistaken in supposing that there is I rH"r be the iruarantv for the rrencral correctness the honest portion of them,) are beginning to ,
I r : for me to address! )'OU: But having nona now, and does not intcnJ to have: any. The Democratic Electors will ; under the belief that he entertains aentim.-__ __...!.
1' : : son Can Democrats desire him to him clf S aUress the mylt"gilatir deportment. O. every important see the great danger they incur in giving their n .
: '
which he does
has seen made the express not without
effort ,
.ird that an by on that point any more dearly than he has people at the following places, viz : t subject I am bound to deliberate before votes to him. The Richmond Times, a Whig, correcting thi er.
: I ; :his of the South to produce, the impression
,, unsound in done in the Nicholon letter ? In the first Bon aII'n. Tuesday, '9.h: inst.Marion I act, and especially as a legislator i -to posses says : ror-nay refusing to correct it T The Northern .

',' c'L"::. i I'.r.l-t Gen.to the Cass'introduction sentiments slavery are! into acqtii.re. pi-tec, it clear from that letter that ho thinks *< Roa'N! Jefferson, Wedntsdiy, 20th. myself all the information, and listen to "This letter indicates opinions, which if unexplained :. Whigs rely upon his honor. They in'ok

: t' : vindicate the the ,'M-ople! of the Territory have riot a right lo lccsookie Leon County, Friday 2M. every argument that can be adduced by my must be deemed very highly objectionable. his veracity. They point to his
:
S 1 I feel it duty
territory, Silt.
my prior to their admission into School House Leon Saturday associates, before I give a final vote. If I We cannot believe that such opinions are now (if
,4 :. the prohibit slavery Jacksn They point to his running with
ti-Hi of the Convention, to repel imputa. ,"
t ; the Union. And in the next if the 23-1 inst. stand pledged to a particular course of action, they ever were) entained by Mr. Film'>e. and we FUmo .0
place
; ' cease a responsible but I become
question ever arises at all, it anise The Slate and Electoral agent
:. :II declare! my belieV) that Mr. Cass was nora.aicd can only asa Whi.; caididatrs machine. Should that they are not,I will be satisfactory to the Whigsof determination not to exercise the
judicial and in it in 1t"d attend a mere subsequent the South." veto npcn
Southern question no event can respectfully : to an// participate
55 and will! be elected by votes,
:
events show all doubt that the question of domestic
I ever come bet'or? the President for his action. in the beyond coursI any policy. Surely!
,h S .5 iJ will owe his elevation 16 the fact that hAS discussion. I had become There is no getting over it. The opirons: thej'have
hostile Southern inf I The power of Congress over ihe subject' is a pledged to pursue was ruiuouto in that letter still grounds to go upon. But grounds or not,
to entertained
; tertains opinion r- expressed arc by
55 no the Corralion.-In fur paper of .the 2d iistant, in. my constituents and disgraceful to
'S .. The vote of Florida question, ant only question which can mlelf they put it on these positive declarations: and
':sanJoutIiernhonor.: speaking of Mr. CABELL'S Winthrop votewe accidently I have no alternative, no opportunity FILLMORE, and during bis whole Congressional ,
come Gen.
S. .v'U withheld from him on the last ballot be. Congress has Congress.no jurisdiction over Cas the says mat., usl the word "speeches" for lettfs. We penUncc, and there is no power to absolve} me career, all his votes will be found to invoke his honor. Can he, a soldier, permit

S "ise we were acting under instructions should and ter," and is, of course, pledged to veto any should have slid two htters,' instead 4 f two from my obligation. Hence the impropriety, coincide with them. He is an Abolitionist them to rely upon his word and his Lonorlndbe

o. 5. ::.-.1ako was deemed to commit proper ou that to we the SUppOIt not of un.the law that may be passed by Congress interfere sle ches." I i 1.4 a matter of no consequpice! butwe not to say absurdity, in my view, of giving S a if there ever was one in this land \. deceived ? Could he, in the face of all

4 } ing with it. The time which ihe observe that the sapient editor of the Jtckscn- pledge.! now Northern
at
had decareda people Can bo passing accept support and be
ninee, until the Convention I it possible, then, that the Whig orators
Republican make it the! occasion of am aware that have not asked
interested may abolish! it, is a judicial ques. vile j-itting you any elected, and then veto that 1
which he would! bo proviso there
: "'S principles on rUI1.c tion, or at any rate one with which the President out a little \\'h\z\ spite against us. pledge, and I believe I know your sound judgment and papers will presist in urging him to f
the of Southern
.
would have pledged to support a Whig gentleman who could
you and good sense too well to think the of the justify
..' of the United States can have you support people ( not ra
VooJbury! or Dallas: : under the same circuminces nothing Tiic Mass Jh'ctlg at desire \Vi.bey him in so doing ?
.- because I understood that we had been te do ; and we might just n well require his !iteriat correspondence of the Qn'oc.E Flori-lnn. auy such thing. I was, however, to her abandon him at once, in view of the overwhelming .
whether prevent misrepresentation on the part of others The Southern rely the fad of
opinion to the Sato: of Georgia n7rg. upon
:4 evidence him of
; npliciily, instructed! vote for ono or the other Quincy, Friday eren presented against
may liberate: i's slaves without rig. :hat I have felt it my duty: to say thus his living at the South and owning ..lues.But .-
.5 5.t?( those gentlemen! but we did not conceive compensating The miss is nuch mud this his total unsoundness on questions of slavery
on subject.I
the owners, or other: of State great meeting pretty
on my question what is that to a man who has manifested
: itt could with propriety pledge to
we you policy! aid: in my humble! judgment, his opin. over-and I am very doubtful if any Vones am, respectfully, We shall wait with great anxiety to see what his
S t.iport other: nominee until the Conven- inordinate and greedy ambition for lie
) a V any ion on cither would be of just about nrich han been broken either side. Your most obedient erv.nt, course they will pursue.
on
bad declared its <;, :aH! t haS a Yesterday
n princir they j J MILLARD FILLMORE.V. : Presidency? And if he is with us, why not
'ten found to be in accordance: with the rriO.T j -" Ieqance as hji opinion: on the question he whigs had the control-to-day the d j I whether Hansilbal! was white MILLS, csq., chairman. Cass and our Delegates. honestly undeceive his Northern followers?
man or a nee
'
ions of il:IC :Madison Convention. If wo : crats. off well the demo '
j j'ued i gro, or on any other question which has agi Things passed Cas it to
: to pledge you to a ipport !. was i long laboring
!vi.l l less our intention to pledge! nt'ither.you I tated the debating societies. I do not rn-an to are well satisfi d, and mOldy have gone qdet- hs letter. It expresses the views of the some capital out of the fact that our delegates and more statesman.likt if he is with us -

; e S "".r ourselves to oppose him. Our course was I say that the question we are discussing ii of Iy home. The whigs are yet speaking: I Whig candidate for the Vice Presidency. to the Baltimore Convention did He knoxs they deceive themselves with his

:I-siziied to : entirely unco.nmitteil, no .importance, I. only meau. that the opinions udge to make up the ground they l lost (isevening. chow I not approvethe words and
t keep you- c I T' -- --'. J .. They will' need all him; to Lu ul unequivocally an ACULI nomination of Gen. CASS, has at length his honor, his Signal letter, and hi.nnti.veto.Lidding .

.;_ iulak proper. ccnseq-ience: because it can never come they can gt. TIONIST. This is no charge of ours-it is for votes. Can he
i. Gen. Cass: is admitted to be opposed to the I I before! any department of the Federal Govcrnment They faired. badly in the discussion to.dj', FILLXORK'S derived some "aid and comfort" from RA.FJTAEL elap
own language. To the question being a party to such deception ? The .
V"ilinot Proviso in all its phases, and is not !. except the Suprcmc Court, and is and wero fairly used up by the democrcspeakers. J. MOSES, which makes it put on a

'yen willing that the Missouri Compromise I I not likely to come before that. I Taking! it altogether, the f. ARE YOC IX FAVOR OF IMMEDIATE LK6I3LATIOS : long face, and deliver a very solemn lecture. errs Whigs also rely upon his letter to an Alabama .

4'S jould be forced upon us. lie takes the high! I No inference can be drawn. from the rejec Crt of the Whig has been a decided great failui. FOR TiE ABOLITION OF SLA\RY: IX TiE The occasion of its present .' expose" is the editor kept concealed till after A

S S rruund that the Federal Government has I o'l tion of YanclJs resolution. (I peak of tint Alter three (four weeks DISTRICT or COLVMDIA ?" he answers in the denial we cue not Ion since to a statement__ Whig nomination, in which he says, not that
or hard
!
; ting to do with the institution: to recollection! only, not struggle, thy 'AFFIRMATIVE on he will
except hvin"l ;i" which is nothing more in the EufulaAla. Shield that veto the proviso, but that in giving his
.
been mustered ( ) "q/krthe
S i: constitutional protection, and cannot take present in the Convention the some two hundred and fifty in
.. prv nor less than to Yes I in to the sentiments and views if
am of high approval
when it favor nomination of Gen. CASS
say .the Florida
t 'tgnizance of it in any (form, either in the was offered, and not having a copy' cession, from the Middle and West. Tfe dde. .
., before me.) If I I the immediate Abolition of slavery in District the Signal editor, (which were not only that
sates Territories addressed
S. or and that tha whole! ribt am correct in mv rocollec democrats about two hundred in th egates a letter to him, .in which

S '.':' ; .- must: he !left to the excuivc! management: lion, thai resolution called upon the Nation I days.. Well, has lost as may of Columbia." Is there any man inFlorida they put the construction upon his Nicholson slavery! should not be extended over new ter-
uhiggcry its
chan.
.';.ii control of the !persons iut rested. 0E"t"n Democratic party to take ground oa a question The who will vote fur MILLARD FJLORI letter for which some Southern CASS ritories. but that Congress forbid it, no President
days of hard men
which the cider and
S :- 'ilhoun, that: lone star, whose "nius will for Democratic party always said coon skins sec after
g a reading this letter ? Democrats showit contended and him should be allowed by his veto to defeat
!es shed a lustre over the South and her in. we have said, was local, and belonged exclusiyely among those which were. The people ae requested to inform themif
and read (to Whig neighbor Their it,) he, Taylor, only meant to not the
S fftutionf, even when that South shall be des.j" to the States and people fntercsed.: not to bo deceived by such flummery. Th" i your that construction was the proper one," to approve,

,,:'ite, and her sons recreant and degenerate, j I Woe 'to the South whenever at its instigation, will vote right this uninfluenced eyes ought to be opened on this subject.} which CASS replied by enclosing them.his sentiment and views which he approved ia

S i. M-er took higher ground. But whist! all this I or through its instrumentality, the institution flimsy trash. Hurra year for by sua Reckless Whig leaders are persuading themto Nicholson letter, remarking that he had nothing words but the errtio of sentiments and
CABS
... :' u conceded, it is said that he entertains the I| slavery is ;nlo National poliicl, and BUTLER vote for a man who himself expressly says more to that Whenwe views honestly entertained ; which expression
and BAILEY say upon subject.
..4. '" p ,-inion i thai the peop'e inhabiting the acquired any further than to disclaim for the and DDVAL. They are decidedly he is in favor of Abolition. Shew them this denied this stated that CASS wellas he nowhere mentions or alludes to in his Signal .

'''rritory may abolish or prohibit it Irmnedl'I I Government any control over it. That discl.iim.er popular in GadVlen. Hurra S. S. S. we as '
,'I letter, and they will see that this is the case. others letter; which expression required
is addressed the certainly
: f'lvafter. the organization of a Territorial rightfully made by the Baltimore was on subject of
.7'I'' .. :lovernment. If -he entertained any such I Convention in its seventh resolution, anti I we Cass' I ftcr. See to it that no man goes to the polls in ig. slavery before the nomination," and that he no extraordinary degree of courage in Cincinnati .

,pinion! I would not support him, except as theAlternative I I ought not either to ie ire nor permit any fur. We have been challenged by (tho Sentinel norance of this letter. returned a copy of bis Nicholson letter for did, Ohio not consider; which so expiessions bold the extraordinary Signalman .

-.:S :- : : of some greater evil, and I would I ther interference with it by any national par. to publish the following letter from Mr. CAES. Wi the Sentinel publish this letter ? "e answer." Here we admitted that CASS had seeing they were very the sentiments or of

.j. Denounce: him as worse than an advocate ly. Party ties are brittle, and party faith a We do it most shall a
i ; } cbeerfully : see. been addressed but it the the Northern Whigs, and all the Barnburning
not
't '!ie Wilmot Proviso. If we are to be ofl mockery. Party action might bo favorable to was before after

,55 5., : .!ed from or kicked out of a country won by us now, but hereafter it might be otherwise. Dear WASIIIXGTOX, Feb. 19, 18 Ii. Position of ITIr. Webster. nomination, and we admitted also that he re. Democrat ; seeing his whole newspaper w
-'I' My Sir-Your friend le Abolition iu its tendencies that he should
Let Dojle will
; : "'mmon blood and treasure, let it(be the us n t estop ourselves! from denying the his Nicholson letter but ;
by The by enclosing
... : : Vrnerican Congress rather. than right of other to interfere in the selected as a lieutenant, and I am glad we an mystery in reference to Mr. WEB- pled ; write all the way to General Taylor and enclose
few matter
I by a un4' What give you this proof of a desire to nay t STKR'S position on the Presidential question is we can assure the Sentinel that we never his editorial,to know what Taylor thoughtof
I verned, i norant. and balf.c \.iJized Mexi.ins arc we to rain. on this liv on. respt
r ''. and foreigners occupying the posing Gen. Cass, or- what is the sut.iec same -tbi.-r- to your recomrniendation.I at last cleared up. We know where he is hear, until we heard it through its column, the expression of his (the Signal man'i.)

.,' S 'vhen we acquire it. But Gen. Cass country a'iJ.! refusing to support him ? I understood Geii. write 1 am pressed to death by business, or I would now !-he goes for TAYLOR and FILLHORE bat the letter! addressed to Mr. CASS said anything opinions honestly entertained !

: f' ites no such epiaion. In the Nicholson! let. Taylor to have distinctly sanctioned and ap. you a longer letter.- However, thenewspapers On Friday the 1st instant, he defined hisposi. about "construction" of bis Nicholson When Taylor's letter came back, no bodf
', the giro you a account of our in the world gave it that construction. Nogrammatical
he proved of the fJI
S : -r nIl : principles Ordinance of tion at Marshficld and his is etter. The reports we had seen said nothing
S .. 1787, which is total absolute strange proceedings. \ have: not dOle speech being torture or distortion, no rule

-' ". S.-. iv jurisdiction Briefly then by, Congiess I am opposed over this to. the mailer exercise and: of I Ii. savery and invi-Iuntary ant servitude.prohibitionof" But much good ; but they say is darkest just before published in the Northern papers. It is well about this, and the communication which is construction imaginable, can make it mean o

5 .. in favor of ; day.lght, and I am inclined to think thit that of been made to the compliment to the bold of opinion.We .
S._, leaving to the people of any Terriry probably he did not know what the Ordinanceof known during the recent session of Congress spoken a having Journal expression
> which miy he hereafter acquired, the to 1787 our has passed. seems to rat pity the of man who can believe .
right He
S was. certai. I Mr. by the Lad intelec any
ly cannot entertain WEBSTER declared that he never Senind'l correspondent, we
'S -sxilate it for themselves, under the that is
f good
of
S general prin'pies out There it. the facts.
p. coming
of the Conttilution." any such opinion. But he is in effect, if not is a more determined mischiet would consent to the extension slavery over I never seen or heard of before. present Ta
.
spirit the administration Signal writes editorial in
in terms support man an ,
S. : pledged not to exercise the Veto h
lIe only asserts that Congress canrftt inter. Now than I have seen heretofore. one inch of the territories of the United States, We hope this statement will satisfy the take two positions ; 1st. The ordinance

.. "S.-S r.TC with it, but it must be left to the people power.majority in Caogress suppose sufficiently the Whigs large to to have a It is now distinctly undersloo and it will or to any increase of the political power of the alarms of the Seinel a most of its "con. 187, as to slavery, (which ia the Wilmot fro
interested t have exclusive give be
they the
; power over the Northern democratic stntirtnt through the country Slave States seems to been ,) must extended over all new Territories .
.. : i sJ, and the time and manner of that portion of their party a control! that With these views it was asserted tempt hae provoked bya b
S exercising ing influence, does doubt every thing must give way to a tigo. belief that knew of by Congress. No President must b
power and all other: incidental any one that the that he would prefer Mr. VAN BUKEX we the communica- 2.
S. questions! are Wilmot! Abolitionism rous prosecution of the war, and that uo mea. elected who will veto such a law.
e.' to be determined by would! characterize the for the but in his Marshfield ion to the Journal. And if it will take the
". ... ""the-generJ principles Legislation Congress! I have .re. must bo proposed that will embarrass Presidency, sends these to General Taylor, and 41 what

b ,' ,. what time in his Whig was not utterly ;
the
opinion, power may be and totally against us The Wilmot Proviso wi not pass the Sen. Intelligencer that TAYLOR is a more available tion with the pretended contradiction of its ,"At this time mypu.blicduties command
on
: exercised, but it is evident from questions' .
the
whole letter al ate. would he death
connected I the war-death to so fully attention, that it is impossible to
4 as I will show directly, that he does with slavery. With veto power all of candidate for the Free Soil anti-slavery correspondent, it will see that every fact it my
hope
not
S. ..',- think! it can be exercised before their admission paralyzed in the pocket of Gen. Taylor, what death to the administration getting an acre of territory: Whigs of the South: than any other man. Of state is true, and not denied. Then, why its answer your letter in the terms demanded by
S have and death to the its and the IMPORTANCE of the sac-
;. .:ito the Union. It is worthy of remark, that that security without \01 T I is my himself sincere belief democratic party. It was not so intended.: Gen. TAYLOR. Mr. WEBSTER said :- knit brow, long face, solemn countenance and TIUENTS courtesy to which U alludes., neither iadeed

S ,5 b5 I. ::Ie phrase "under" .the general principles of! either! publicly compromising or secretly this U It no doubt originaled ctJ with proper feelings ; ul I believed that he has been from the first opposed baking bead, as if we had said or done some have I the time, should I feel myself at liberty,

S S :hfl Constitution, or something equivalent, neither Gen. Taylor nor on other question, hut things have now come lo such a pass, that to the policy of the Mexican war, as improper thing to excite the wrath of all just men 1 It to enter into the few and most general! object',
U' (I have not the means ofavcertaining: accurate any 8outhf its adoption will produce these impolitic and inexpedient. I believe, (rom (the tKst
effects.
S Whig can get a single electoral vote in ihenonslaveholding information I can obtain, and will tike this do us justice, or not it of public policy suggested by the article
t" Jy,) was introduced into his resolutions! by .Ir! It is ( you I may a pleases-we
distinctly avowed "
the
Sutes by Southern I Ibrlitrcthat he hat He then to speak of hi. ?f-
'Jt--, because tho my opinion gentlemen,) no question. goes on
\ :' -. enator Dickinson, of New York, at the con. parly ofthose S'ates is rotten to the whig the members of Congress that: they would not vote disposition to cztrndlhe ttatetetrilory of the United certainly have very< little reason to expect it self and his aspirations, and in the last paragraph .

dusion of the able and unatmverahlc nrai. coo on I tor; any niea uic' for the Statei nor to increase the .! 'tr in from such a paper.
of the
'. prosecution t remarks
; whole atil'ject. This smothering of the Veto iljumunf but one, he says : .With these
: of the counnl of the nation. ,
ment Srn-itor Yulce n
.. against them, under Power I war, nor would they ratify any treaty, if .this I ant I trust will for thus briefly replying -
(1 pardon
.. the conviction ( wi say nothing about the Ordi. IS so much for what may be considered aebelon.ing! to you me
Mr.
wrought Yulee's becomes
by provision
,t.f. ami- nanco of' ,) the first to Northern a law. It will probably the Presidential election as a national queliun." Political New York Her to you which I do with a men oris-
f.. ,) intent, and to obviate. this offering back from Pro''Jccts.-The
avowedly very o1 ec. go (the Senate to the House
A3D
solemn ION of the SEJfTIHEXTS
Whiggery. This declaration of the tD APPROVAL
'
\: ;' : tion which had been so forcibly urged by the \\riiEKn 1 noi>n TIU: APPROPRIA great High t aid, a well informed and keen obseiver of Nest.
S I have embraced in
.. ;;'.t5\ latter Senator. purposely uoider saying any thing TION WILL PASS WITHOUT : Priest of Northern Whiggery ought to cause : passing events, has the remarks VIEWS your ediorl.
ANI'PRO
.
I .. .. on any other subject' and the in. following upon follows a paragraph of courtesy many
.
:.. It would be enough lo show that : abver. VISO. the Southern advocates TAYLOR to in
;(, ." .. easy a mere cidentnl questions.' On political pause the prospects' of parties : wishes for your prosperity in life, and great

; ; .. .'.. temporary government, owing its cxUtence I am, with great respect, truly yours, their course. "As stand usefulness in the in which talents
: : and all its questions, one sentence is enough. It is preg. mater now every day only seemsto sphere your
'....p 1: l that doubtful powers to an act of Congress and nant with caution, union and energy to the LEWIS CASS. Of Gen. CASI Mr. WEBSTER also spoke strengthen .the confidence,of the friends of and exertions are embarked, I beg lo acknowledge
R. S.
-#}::.: cause there constitutionality, organized be. Democratic party. LET fa BKMCMRCK WILSON, Esq. and his remarks: on this score commend them. Gen. Cass-not in their own efforts, not in myself most truly and respectfully your

";' :.1...., are for not themselves people enough to sustaina I PBOFE8SIOKS AND DISAVOWALS OF WlIICCEUV TiE Well, what of it ? This mind you, it paraded selves to the reflecting men of the opposition heir wisdom, not in their discretion, but ar. obedient sen'ant Z. TATLOS.

f:il.t :. to government MX and alter the fundamental: cannot institutions assume uf IX TiE CA"AI OF 1840. ThEN; LKT f 8 LOOK a something very monstrous against : in the South. He said- ising from the folly, the weakness, the imbecility Here an apology (or net going at lenthinto bo'

{hit-i TO TUB MKMOUABLE EXTRA SESSION OF 1841. our candidate ; but if it is the worst his of those Whig who cal themselves the the important sentiments, but he must
society not only for themselves but for the ene. "And now I venture 'to say, gentlemen, two with his and of
much) L. O'B. BRANCH. thing The is known to that Gen. upportersofGen. Talor. 'Ie have conven- content high opinion approval
;: larger number who are mice can produce against him in frt wel you
expected and they are a his
in
Warren A' Cass in ( ( tions and New York and the sentiments and tieux embraced oJ
l\t.ffi:;; by the General co., C., ttlh June, 1849.!: is n. o is called the CompromiseLine mass meetings at
? q encouraged Government to a. most pitiable condition. The only expression and that (the Wilmot Proil or the Ordinance New* England ; but unless tome new spirit itorial. In any matter of common life, wou
;: come after them excluding whom and what Worthy of Imi/alion.-The Hon. of his sentiments here of 1787, which slavery from the territories who .
? Andrew own given as to adopt. ucude springs up among the great body of the peo- not a man be called an idiot '
they' please! .from a vast eiteut of lying south of ( of 30 30. That is hi.opinion. .
common ter. Ewing. of Tennessee f--
f4 t'; heretofore an active the Wilmot Proviso, is a HOPE that He pie, th.luke.vrmnel by the Tay. there was here no expression of opinion
.\ :: and admitting only whom ng ( ) announced that before he was made a produced
ritory and
'Att what Taylor Democrat, has renounced the Whig APPROPRIATION WILL PASS candidate at Baltimore. If he had not announced it, lot Whig party in New by the Whig And equally idiotic to say that this was only

; they may choose ; but we may very u-ell, note candidate, and is 0:the dump for Cal and TiE he would have been 3Q deg. 30 min. further' oil from journals metropolis, and by Mr. Web. an approval of his (the Signal editor's) mam

;y vr'f. C that subject in Mr. YuJe,,'. speech in the Sen. Butler. An ear.witnets states, .that, in a late WITHOUT ANY PROVISO." DOM the any possibility of nomination. Then I undertake to ter'i oftbi in Massachusetts, taming thorn ? And yet Gea. Taylor il5 .

'....ihf! Ate. My bUll l 'ei i i. with Mr. Cats' opinions. speech he made thehi, speaker, CuUom] Sentinel or Southern Whigs.object to that 7 11. in the next place, that he uill do all Ae can II heir legltfrnato: results in wi produce. to the editor of the 'rialoa! Monitor, I f Ia
establish that And ofh&
th
CompromfaeLlne. ,
laatFywMJsis
:
: : .t of the "
t large portion Nicboltou letter is ptticaJy" lurreDder. Now, Mr. Smtinel; we hat iccepted jour matter .oftrtton,in my mmi. &*/.Ac ro of Buena '1.ta. Alabama, (not intcnied forpuMsCFft1U.5





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only y we.paWic after he bad received the -better prepared for Ihe shock which the opposition always) their friends say what a or and middling descriptions; caused by the Notice. I Notice.

Whig nomination) It was simply my desire, new of CASS' election will strike upon its powerful eforond rful production," accounts of the progress of the potato rot rz. subscribers hare on hand for tale a large j mOD: after date I shall apply to the lion.

on that occasion, (tbe Signal letter,) I to express sensibilities. Floridians be not deceived by 'great," glorious. the hoosier said tending in Ireland, and tbe wet anJ unfavorable THE new SEINE (hnin. only been used for t SIX of Probate fur the County of JctTenon.f .

my respect for opinions honestly entertained, the when he saw deep tragedy performed at the weather which prevailed! in England. three week*,) measuring 1 In 120yird in I.ntb. r letter of dismiMion .Administrator de tanit
Sentiners boastings. Whigs elsewhereare and 10 to 12 feet b. The price d i is $ of .'arubat Macrae late of mi'l
md u l long al thus held' *r approval of nis theatre, how glorious," and commenced ra. Much damage accrued lo tbe crops from the dert its ul.. j tl. HOI Cwintv ci-c'd.
little actual
them !" That 13 to be only trembling before the strength of CASS mere than haI Any party RICMARU HARRISON.JefTrmn .
maintaining say king down the sides of the houses with a railas continued rains. wishing to engage fishing can here meet with a ( County Seprcul( 0, 1544. 8 6m
r aid distinctly one thing as lo which his opin. and they are not afraid to speak out in warn. soon a he started home, and swore that Fair Upland Cottons were quoted at 4jd ; bargain.

ion was asked, and meant quite another and a ing tones to their party. They say that with (hat was the man that ought to be in the field Orleans at 4j ; Mobile4 McNAUGHT \ ORMOKD. I A Card.MI .

different thing, as to which his opinion was out a CASS is fur the Legislature. Newport, September 9, ISIS. S 5t *??? SMITH respectfully inform her (friend
change "almost certain"
not asked, and was of no sort ot importanceto to be Now, when we see and hear young man Arkansas E/ecgjon.-Retuns from 59 counties Notice. t and the public grn"rr that the exercises of
body and it would' have been childishto elected. Democrats hear this cheering con. do these I know that (twelve to from) give Johnson, her SCHOOL will be oron Manday. the 2d
any things we make
b bear
the Hon.
sLoul OIX month after date, I shall apply to October. She this occasion to return theca
five it. The most pourile attempt at non. fession of our opponents. Th FILLMOBITES due allowances t for party drill, every allowance (Dem.) a majority : over Newton, O Judge of Probate for the County of Jefferson, thanks for hl.lormer palrcntce. and solicits its

coraroittalism ever developed. Imagine the in this State will not admit as much, but it is should he made for youth and inei- (Whig,) for Congress. The Little Rock Banner (or letters of dismittion as Administrator. of' Paul de "continuance f.r the future. Te.me.
of the Signal letter, if it had been "The Johnson New Malhabe, deceased. 2 oua.Spl
importance because they hope to effect something, by put. perience ; but when schoolmaster editors do sajs- vote over m r Io .
I thus as General Taylor proposes to construe so, we have to reflect before we Ion for Representative in Congress will, in sll RIChARD HARRISON. '
can exactly:
bold and Jefferson CmAttachment. Horse and
9
ting ,
on a confident lone. But, if be than before obtained County, September Iff Buggy
it. ascertain the true cause opposition to South probability, larger ever to
Apply
The Signal man would tsy : I think there you will read their newspapers you will find, ern interest. But speaking to one of my in the State." In the counties bean I FORSALF. L. &. H. GREENBERfJ CO.

should be no more slavery! in Territories, that from their exhortations, and earnest, spasmodic : friends on the subject, he tells me not to be I! from, four Whijrs and twenty-ona Uf"mocrat I 11 Jl/ ct', Court for 2J Dittrict,Leon (.uny.Jubn Septembers, 184 1 7 &

\ ConTfss should prevent it, and no President I beseechings, that they are terribly scared. surprised at the editor of the Whig for the hare been elected to the State Senate, and S Bond, 1rt. taken

should veto it. General Taylor, what do you Let work course he in his public speeches : he nineteen Whigs and fifty-two Democrats to > Auiounf of debt $.:. Estray Up .
1 us Cur ,
on. is pursues luatant, rrrel '
cause a
u good one- Mondiy,21sl
Yu of for the the House of John W. Florey. 5 O mae t. .
think T are spoken Presidency is fresh from the Wilmot district, and agreeable Representatives. I with a blaze and one white

,*nd we wish' to know Jour enrtiments and our prospects are Lrigbt.Trouble to Whig testimony, not sound on the slave -- -. .. -.-- TiE 'defendant notified of and the all!commencement others interested of' this are I' _ foot, about ten or rct twelve yew old bi..o. f J
y
;iews." To which Taylor would be replying! question, (being from the North,) and that leI Statement of Cation reteited at the port of SI..Mark. suit br attachment returnaMe to a Justice Courtto owner i" requested lo come forward, prove property .
his Tu ciloosa 1 in the Camp. I September I, 1'I17, to pay expends,and lake her away. .
to Jia.frot .1u11
according commentary should nut be blamed, if he should frequently be held at Tallahassee. on the llth day of Decem. S :
respect for your opinions, which I Certain leading Whigs in the city of New let the t.I' ber neat, and to appear and plead to the same. j. R. ROBINSON.Tallahanee. ; .
out South
my and
on Tom
express personate Cor Stock on hand, September 1, 1147, 347Rec'd. August 26. 1S4S.! 6 4t $2 50
believe to be honestly entertained ; anJ, as York have i issued a Circular which bodes no win & Co., for it is only educated faith. fromSept. 1, ISH.to Auj 31, 1319, 2J.5U1J.S59: Given under n r hand and seal,this .4th day of September -
A. D. 1S4S. .It
as thus held, approval of TOCR mainfiiiing the As lo the d. ad Notice. .;! 59"ShlEco.partnershiji
long good to Zacharites. Indeed, we shall not languages used by some of EDWARD M. WEST, [i- s.]
them." There is soldierly, fearless the youth oftbis eventful I know Justice of the Peace. heretofore existing btt".rn
I be surprised to see almost the entire Whig day, nothing.It Exports of Cat fern from part St Mark*from September September 0, H49. S 3m _I_ the iiubaribeta was dissolved by mutual rtn frankness party of the free States abandon TAYLOR, and might have been goo doctrine. I do not I, lsl7, to .luguit :H, 1*43. on the 2.:>tli July last Mr. Isaac N. Drake is dull 1
of June
On the 9th 1947 Talor wrote to know of what tribe originated ; perhaps it To New York. 3VJ77 Notice. authorized to close tbe business. of the firm. ,
Pdony! that he had received his letter,in which : take up another. Certain it is, that the pre. was from some of the dead tribes of the nbo- New Orleans. 1,503 J. W. SHERWOOD. 1

be says that it is a happy feature in our gov. : sent ticket stands less cli-mre of success at this rines of Mexico, where their sympathy seems Charleston! 079Olherport ALL {persons" I.iing.baring late claims of Benton agair.County the,deceased estate cl. I. N. DRAKE.
S3 26,455 SAMUEL
: QUAIL.
*
that official! functionaries under it .14 .
ernrnent time than t > have to authenticated '
are thernduly
i any nomination ever before made gone.I requested present Tallahassee, August 5,1 S.t 19.
from the !lowest to the highest station arc not within the! time prescribed bv law, or they
the and have understood that Mr. Cabell has a Stock on hand let 1 4S. 4UI wil b _
by
Vrvond the reach and partial s'ipsrvUion of present Whig party, this fact, more letter in his brccd. s 1lode from Mr. Fillmore, Total receipts; from Sllllhr.( 1. 1&46- to debarred; and all person indebted lo fid are Florida Exchange. .

I the bvmtlestcitizen! and t that it is a right inherent I perhaps than any other, has: induced the im. and it breathes a spirit thought to be injurious A-Jzut3l: lf"47, JS.471! requested to make immediate C. T. JENKINS.payment to \ THE subs"rih7r will continue the business: of th. ; 4

'I in e\ery freeman to possess himself of, portant move )by the friends of Mr. CLAY in to the Southern interest and General Tavlo',1 Tuialrect.ipts from September 1. 1S47- toAugn.131 JOHN R. ALLEN,5AflmisBenton al the old stand, where he will at all timelbe

the political principles and opinions of those 1 j New Yoik alluded to. That Circular is as election, therefore he will not show it.until : 1S4S- 25.512 County S. F., August 2'j, 1Sl. 2i> 2m public happy generally 10*ee the Persons old friend indebted of the'o house the,firm and wilt the i: 5..

into vhose bands the administration of the :!i follows : after tbe election. Is this so7 I think (he i Inrrea!ein; 11 an'll 1S4S. Call b.Oll Attachment. {,lcae call and settle their iccrunH at an early day.
government may be placed, &c..; to all of i! laws of this Slate forbid any citizen from car. The part St. Mark includes Newport. ISAAC N. r ,I
DO RIGHT A>D TRUST TO PROVIDENCE FOR RFSfLTSNEW .. InJuitire't IheZd District Leon JJ.\KE
------ -- of County.
-- Courtfor August 5, 3
which I coinciJe irih in -- -- ---------
fully you opinion.I YORK rying arms secretly. 76. I8t' Snt\ copy.
: AuguSt 0, ISIS.
> Rtrrtes under the gallows are generally baited Jo ta3 R. Fortune, Agent) .. I
he this
what doe T Is !
cow mean by this too. SIR : The determined friend of the Whig Cause
FROM with stisfaction.ar.d the be aid olWHTAR'S > Debt $25 71 By the President of the United ,
and NEW-OKLEANS. sjme may t. )
Whig hate
only respect for opinions honestly entertained principles, revoked to act as the R. H. Whitin ) States. .
D*>es he not mean to commit himself ei'her emergence' demands. If j'MI can unite in the movetuenl At a late hour last evening we received a IHLSAM OF WILD CHERRY defendant and al others interested are !

way, as to the right of the people to know the nominate, whichMO tar as t\r are concerned, 14 fixed to dcspatch from our New-Orleans correspondent \\hichbcronJ all d"ubt hasrepncTcd many from almost TUB bv notified of .commencement t>f IIi
Henry Clay and Millard Fillmore jou will qually sure deaths by lung'com Mr. suit by returnable to a Justice' Court ::1
ar.c.hmffl
sentiments of candidates I 1'lease attend the: meetii-goi Ward Representatives giving us political intelligence of some 1inll
\Ve must suppose in this, too, he means no. to be held al the Westcl-ester I!ous,, corner of Bowery moment, in reference to the views of Gen. Fowl, the general) azint, who deal in the article ber.to be A.held D. at 1549.Tallahassee on the 13th day of Norert-

thin;. lie says in his Allison letter, I have and liruotne street on Friday evening-, the first Taylor. The despatch: started from New ",",nd>us I the following note which Le has Given tinder my hand and seal, this 23d day orAugut ,
of S o'clock.N I rjceiTed the ol bmine
at
concealment. I ; which I September Orleans that several will i just in way !s. A. D. 1949.
have yesterday so
no no opinion I G. 15RADFORD, Chairman.D. days Irdburth, Vermont, May: 5, 1917.ili. ;i. 1
would not readily proclaim to my assembled I WEBB, Secretary. elapse befoie we hate the official documentreferred S. W. Fowle-Dear Sir: I am nearly out of EDWARD M.Justice WEST of ,the[i.Peace.I ] i- '1 I

( countrymen." This too, must mean the same to. I, the Ulsam of Wild Cherry. You may forward if 21* *. 2m I. "
The Herald August
in commenting on this move, tlease dozen moreThe medicine i. ( ') I
old thing of respect for opinions honestly en. Gen. Tailor has (says our correspondent) vnu two or three .,
became be writes lo McCosikey, I savs : published another letter his five*better satisfaction here in palmonaiy comj.hiM -
tertained ; explaining POMtion. i.1 than any oilier that 1 rue kept. 1 'hate Notce. JN ct I.'T. I. JAMES K. FOLK Frei-: 'I
Cincinnati, "I have to inform you that I h\-e What th r.: ef-ha A PPLICATION to the next General 1. dent pursuance of the United Stated: of America do hereby 4 ;

laid it down as a principle, not to give my opinions | The ha* been, "e are nut Ht able to state been made with regard to his opinion by the : inj !ten troubled with aserere cough fo more than XL Assembly of Florida for an act of incorporation declare end make known that r-nblic sale will ba I
ho have hoisted
gentlemen now the Clay banner nizht sweats for the last to authorize a company to consruct a Rail Road from field at I undermentioned Land Office in .
upon, or prejudice in any way, the various have shon much several! parties that have nominated him. I a y,:, and having protuse theStats
I more prudence in keeping I monJi. I had tried various popular rmtdie withj Cedar Keys,or s"me eligible point on the Gulf coast, of } at the period hereinafter designated f:
questions of policy now at issue between the their counsel than has been eNhibiied He declares himself no man, but aWbig 'LORlA.
party f
on any rre'j.ou j i out material benefit-at length I tried Wnlar's Balsam to the St. Mary' River or some eligible point on the to '
political parties of the country, nor to promise o-casion: but. whattvei mat be I the issue, a rrg- in principle, and considers himself the tf WilJ Crffry, :and hetore I had finished the Atlantic coast, or the St. John's River. At the land office at EWNANSVZLLEcommen.
what I would or would not do, were I elected j j' ular explosion has: taken place! in the! whig camp, People's: '8 candidate. .j lir !hoile: 1 found treat relief. Tx\o bottle base August J 19, 151S. 5 3m cing on Monday, the ninth day of October next, Err 'IJ

to the Presidency of the United States." j'I and Cia A strong'hi. feeling and has been excited in favor of ilr! He understands that he was nominated by wru'ht a cure. Your, reflectuy.! $3The: News, Jocb n\"ie.fnd! Herald, St. "0. heduposal of the public lands situated within the
in !
Is this the who will thus stand and I city throughout the Slate. and consented IIUBUAKD IS11 gustine, will publish the month!, and undermentioned townships and part of township, :
stand
. man by I The whig- poor devils! are Gill and all of I them al parties to the canvass, Rr sale by BARNARD, Jr. Drl: I"I. Talla- send their accounts to this ulilce. viz : a
allow one half bis followers to be deceived ; destined, it would! appear, to kill otf their great men, the hope that tbe contest would! be conduct. r
baser, I). L\ N..vrj'ort. aid by Druists gene- South of the base line, and East of the S.I ..
who is to be President ; who tells the peop'ebe |I j if their great m -n du u >t spare them the trouble by I ed in a spirit of kindness and candor. a1hthrsohoutthe. United Suto State of Florida. pi"rpG. 11

this I killmz otl lhem!(Ives-and to do rer\thing that _. -. --_. -. -. The fraction of townstip'Itan. situated ef .r' j
thinks and that, and then that he meant them lies to the in'l He accepted the nomination of the Whig --- -- -- -- -- --- -- seven east
election of .
i secure General Cas*
such that he ill be : Convention with Tax Collector's Last Notice. t be Suwanne ri..er.(ecept Sections one,eleven an! .
no thing ; w not a pail can. make over (be spoils of office to the gratitude and pride-refers 'I
present
Melvc.) and lbs fraction of township ten, ? 4;
li ate, yet \iho is nothing ese' ; ulio Las no. j thies", wbo hate fattened on them for so many } or-I to his previous letters, and his letter to Capt. rjlllf: 'in'ler4iCoed, Tax, Ass<>s-.or and 'flt'clr aid river,(except: *>c/io/iJsix. ,!eveneighteennine-eat o 4

thing to conceal, but conceals every thing T- ti3't.' Allison for his opinions on all subjects necessary _L ti.r Lt i County, hcitby! gives notice teen, twenty and t thirty-one- ,)of range loorleen. i

Note well, the Southern Whigs do not tell usI I 1 The Express and Courier 4. Enquirer are to be known by those disposed to sup. nil FractZonatownship! thirtysix,or range seventeen.Townships ] .
The Court Hoti- in the city of Tallahawee: on
what it is which they want TaIor no! to r .'o.1\ both greatly alarmed at the state of affairs in port him. % :tistil the twenty-three and twetty-four. a'cl f
th! inM.
I' !ono. September! 2" Saturday fractional townships thirty.one thirt>.,ix, thirty. ;i.
The Northern Whigs boldly) avow every ; their ranks, and arc manfully endeavoring to He costs with the assurance that ifwlectl"d! 3h Inst.. for the purpose; of receiving psjment of seven, thirty-eight and thirtj-nioe, cf eigh )j
where 'tis the Proviso. I I he will to administer the government tie Tauten due the Slate and C.untj for I hr year I".HAt teen. range ,

OBSERVE, TOO, THE COXTEAST. j atop the ball, but it is impossible if we may in such a manner a to cement the union, and which lime he will: clo.c tin bookj.. and pro- Townships twenty-three and twenty-tear, fractional .

Every Northern friend of Cass avows and j''judge from the tone of the press.. A commotion I establish .be principles on which it was Icd to levy upon the property of delinquents, as re- PROCLAMATION BY THE GOVERNOR. I towrship t irt.ont tovrnshipj thir'.si* '
itnrrd bv law
knows and advocates him, BECAUSE ho will is going on which will destroy tbe last founded on an enduring basis. / of attendance from mi. A. M. to 1. P. M. BE IT KNOWN to al the people of this State. thirly-nne thirty-seven? of thirty-tight range! nineteen.i and fractional IO Dtip' .i

veto the Proviso ; and every Northern Wihg vestige of Talor.no-partism where, JAMKS SHF.RWOOn.. that, in pursuance ff the Acts cf the General i I Townships twenty-tbrei, ( the western I
every Assembly, approved 6th January. 15 17, and 4th De- i except lift .
him os THAT GROl" D. I Frtm the Charleston COIr Tat .A3-e33 and Collector Leon Count&ptmher \ of Sections,) thirty-one,thirty-two thirty-six, tltirj .
opposes II and secure the triumphant election of the ember. 154% Chapters 71 and ICC, an eliction: will "
1C 1S19.
U
I ARRIVAL OF TiE IIIBERNIA AT BOSTON. be held at the several\ precincts within the State, on/,j Ity- e.n. thirty-eight and "thirty-nine, Q range

What Vote for rillmore Xcvcr! Democratic nominees.: S. much for abandoning Later! .from Europe.INTELLIGENCE.. Medical College of Georgia. Tuesday, the 7th day of November next to choose I', twenty. J
Townships thirty and
I for three Elector of President and Vice President of the thirty-one thirty-two
This be the exclamation: of principle availability. .
ought to every 11 ranT AT next Course of Lectures will be commen United States. range twenty-one. 'I'

Southern man wbo reads the letter of Mr. I Yesterday, the Telegraph was :_ busy em. TIIC on the first Monday in November and Given under my hand and the great seal of the I I Town hips thirty tbirty-one. thirty-two tbirtj-
Badly Frightened. continue: until the lit rf April.FACULTY.. tit the 'raIlshee, this three and thirty-four, of range twentv-two. '
and seldom has the electric ibid Capitol in 1
FIU.MOBE State .
which in ploymcnt
we publish to-day another [5J.L l At the land office at ST. AUGUSTINE, corn mencinson .
J
I .
The from the New I 17tb day .
York
column ; and we doubt not it will be the following Courier been charged with more important information GEORGE M. XI\"O:1 D., Professor of Analotnv cust.: 1'4'1.. D. JI05ELEY f :bnd31.tbe sixteenth day of October next. ';u
I and Enquirer i conclusive evidence of the : than tb-t which i sent over the wires on thiroccaslc and Dca, raculy. 13y (Ihe Governor Governor of florida. for the disposal of the public land within the on.
:
"; exclamation of many Southern Whigs who alarm which now I. ; L. A. DL"(5AS M 1., of Physiu'.cgj and A. C. MaXWELL, I rmentiont.d townships and parts: of townships,viz ; .i
I pervades whig ranks tj South of the best !!r.e, and East the
P.t of
principal
bare heretofore intended him.r I hrloirialn3tomy.
to support e Three several despaL' came to LuI Secretary of Stat ':
to their of in the ALEXANDER CANS, D.,Professor of Chemistrv .5d
ask that it be read voter in Ho. prospects lccts coming during the day communicating; j I August I!, 1S1,. 3 ttriat.
may by every election. The Courier in I intelligence and )1'harrr.acv. I Townships eib nineteen an3 twenty, arj .1, .
rida. It is impossible that any true Floridian attempting to rouse I brought by the Br. steamer llibcrnia,arrive I)P. GARV1N M. D., Professor of Therapeutic and Marine Insurance fractional township twenty-one of range tWfnt!. .
its party to action, asks"Cannot I at Boston early )yesterday morning, from Liverpool ., Mjteria. t'dic3.I Fie eightFractional! Y'
can vote for him, knowing the sentiments and I even the" .lumt'fuus s tugs understand ), with accounts to (he 2Cth ut.! I L. I). FORD M. D., Profe jor of the Institutesand : BT THE township nineteen and township P twenty, "

views contained in that letter to be those en. I bow it is that Gen. Ta;lor i> no longer the t.nirrr- Practice of Medicine. Protection Insurance of range twenty.nine. ". ..
Sal favorite ., he TiE FIRST DESPATCH, JOSEPH A. EVK:, D., Professor of Obstetici Company Township twenty-fonr, and fractional ; .
11. "Ilul. peopl a4 \\ s a >ear I I' 11 to\shi. .
tertained by him. There can be no doubt azo ? the tthigs arouse thtmtelces Gave information of the arrival of thi and Di"eaies of .Vi, and ChtlJren.PAUL Of Xcvr Jersey twenty-five, ot range thirty. .

about hit Abolitionism after this. When asked I and make txertiont grtattr tan t'tty hart steamer, and a the mOlt startling piece I F. EVE. :.1 D.,Prufrssor of the Principlesand AT SOMERVILLE. Townships twenty-two and twenty-four and fractional 'I'
ofn of township ( Sections twelve
Practice except .
yet putfirlh, THE ELE.CIIC.V or CASS IS CERTAIN S'lrLrv. hnr.ly.fft.
if he was in favor of IMMEDIATE i telligcnce, announced the destruction H. I". CAMPBELL, M. D., Demonstrator of /.na- CAPITAL $200,000-Chartered February IS 13. thirt-en, twenty-four t.w eat j-five,) of range .
of the splendid! Boston packet ship Ocean Man i tomv. thirty-one. fd"
LEGISLATION FOR TilE ABOLITION
I There is no doubt about his election, whej arch involving the lo sofONFJ HUNDRLT: KOBERT CAMPBELL, M D Assistant Demon This Company insure on Merchandize,Furniture Township twentyonetwenty-twntwentj-tlirce rte, 4

SLAVERY is THE DISTRICT OF COLCMBIA j ther they arou&c them (\8" or not. AND FIFTY LIVES. st rat or. BaSdtnjs.:: Machinery Foctories, and property generally and weDty-frur and fractional township t w'entyfive.of ,' ,, '
!" he answers in the AFFIRMATIVE." ..Cour nf Lecture upon XTedir Jurisprudence in city and countrv- range thirtytwo.Township '! .
This magnificent vessel, one of the fnNt.f be delivered l Iv Prnteisrr? GArV' The Fa. nineteen, Sections one, two, three: 4
Out of his own mouth bo is condemned. lIe I Lost : Lost the many beautiful ships engaged in .. I Ii cully.11 will endeavor to make their instruction? asdeVsr1fltratisC DIRECTORS. Sections ten f; fi.'ieen:; inclu>i\ Sections t eI'Y.' :'I

is not shown to bo unsound by rumor Lost from the Scntin'l office, on Tuesdaylast i ropean trade, took fire on the 'JClh ult. in tie a. r"ble.: William Thompson, Edward Parson, York. one to twenty-sever* induiTf and Secticns thirty- .1
any vague I
be at from 613 to $17 Peter L. Stryker, Matthew Rudsdafe! one, thirty-four. thiriy-Sve arid fractional
per
.
British Channel l after may IhirIY.1ix.in -
that famous Union Bank Bond which it immediately Icavinr 1'lal .
or by any report of others, but by his I every thins included James Taylor. J S. Mcintyre Brooklyn.. township! twenty; township twerity-one.lrw n- )
r.' own trritien irorJ. says G(}. Dc%'AL signed, and which it has to i!1 1 port. She doubtless had a large number d The fees for the entire romst ct vlurf. in'lu David Sanderson, G. F. Power ship twenty.two ( except Section one, fwelve, thirteen .
I emigrant passengers on board and we 8 hu' dins ticket ere ?11". Matriculation! tick Willnra J. Bowne.WM. cnt.rlur and twenty-five,) and IcwnsLirs '
But we need not be *yrj'nsed at seeing such industriously! parcded on the third page of its der at the ,very thought of the distress anIS ft.. (onre Ho"pita only) $:. Practical Ar.atimj, ((10 be takeo THOMPSON, Pretidenl. twcnty.tiveandfwenty.eixof range thirty-jhrre., .

a letter from FILL'IOCE."o have again II paper for several months past. The finder !j f'ring that must have been (tho result of her on(.) $10. J. II. VOOR1IEES, Secretary. Sections three four, Cvi., Sections nine to fifteen
The ( and alumni of this Institution are in- inclusive, Section twenty-two to twentvevn in-
and again shown that his votes in Congrebs will confer a great favor upon the Sentinel by 1! envelopment in flames at sea, with two ua. cited to ritnel"send to the Faculty during the t.ur!e o THE Agents are authorized to state to the co! elusive, and Sections thirty-four tbirly-fu. and .

: proved him perfectly unreliable. He has always !. I returning it immediately, a that paper is rather i! controllable elements contending which should I I Lecture, person in indigent. rircutn-lances .rl r: c this Company that they recogni/e thirty-six; in township twenty two, towrxhip "
of involve the greatest destruction of human life. may require surgical operation, a. provision "a the Court the diilerent States: of the Union. t twenty-three (except Sections one to six inclusive.)
. been consistent his opposition to the scarce political capital ; and we have I Our correspondent states that English: Con. been mad for accommodation while undertreatmentAugu (vvh re they have azcnt) in case of difference,ar.d of range thirty-four. 0'

South-just as GIDDIXGS and SLADE have no duubt a handsome reward will be given fold had advanced. The lat Ga., Seteenhier; 1C 1S4S 0 5t that their Agents are instructed to conform lo the Fractional ? !hip twenty-two the four eastern
I quotations were tisazesof other responsibleCompaniesin the settle' tiers r| Sections in township twenty-five, and Sec
also.
been consistent in theirs. He voted and act. Search lor it, and send it back, that it I 6B;! to RG|. Education. nr-nt of 1Ic. hunt one to lour inclusive, Section* nine lo fifteen"

ed side by side by them and their Abolition may appear again in its appropriate place over Breadstuff! hid also taken a considerablerise. .'I. rjlhlEexerri'esnf LEON MALE AND FEM.\LE The ui-cribers hare been appointed Agents by inclusive, and Sections twenty-two twentyeven "7''

associates. Seeing and knowing this, we the columns of the &nincl.Currespondrnee Corn quoted at 36 to 33 ; Indian Meal : _It. ACADEMY bererjtn-don! Monday. .r the alo..e Company for Tallaha LEWIS*ee and&its. AMIS.Ansjnit vicinitv.. inclusive. in township twenty-six of range thirty.fire. .*V.t j
16s. 6d. ; Flour H3 to 35. October Rov. WILLIAM NEIL and Mrs ELIZA
J2, ISIS.1 4 ( mIn Fracl ional townships nineteen and
were prepared for any thing from him in the of t"e P/Cii'J. At fifteen minutes past four o'clock, we A. NEIL, !I'rmcipaN,ual.together will competent as- thirtj- ix. twen'yofiang. #

., way of Abolition sentiments. What surprises MAKIAZSNA, Jackson Co. Sept. 4, 184S.Messrt. were put in possession of a 1131..nt.Two or Terms three \oiin a u la'lies wi.hnj to become pu. the Circuit (Court! of the middle Circuit of At the land office at TALLAHASSEE commencing .

us is to see Southern men supporting him, Editors :-Last Saturday being- the SECOND DESP.\TCl PuS 10 the Female AcaJemy can be accommodated Florida, in and for the Comity of Wakulla. next on f-r Monday the disposal, the twenty-third of t "e public day landssituatcd'within of October b

[ knowing, as they must do, that he cannot be day set by the Whigs for the nomination of a Containing further intelligence o a lo..rd.u in 10 the, 1SJ3.family of the Principal Ct To Spring Term, A. D. ISIS. the undermentioned townships and parts of

trusted by the slave States. Even here in candidate for the Senate, at the appointed a startling and unexpected character, hut stik September : LeopoU Greenberg, Charles Green- townshirstowit: -

hour they assembled in good numbers, all giving nothing relating to the Cotton Marks, Horse and Wagon for Sale. bei ,lenl Greenberg and Adotp As'nmpsit South of the bate line, and East ff principal
Florida he has advocates. Is not this Kline, and co-partners damages meridian.
strange which merchant
dressed up in their new garb, smooth tails, &c. is always anxiously looked for a*o Think of it, people of Florida, think of it.- arH looking like so many coons with their tails a the arrival of a foreign steamer is ai- able animal-works well-pricelow. frm tadt L. &H. Greenberg &Co. Alachmentt. two. the east half ol township three and township -

Art you ready, at the bidding of these wire. shaved in order to make them look like ano. nounced. __ The WAGON( u covered and will be a for $466 25. four, (except the eastern tier of Section,) of racttbree.
From this communication plantation or market Wason. Price low. William S. Carpenter. .
ther animal. After the we learned that goo
pullers hunters afler office these nomination was made
taese men to J. R. -
Apply Agent. defendant and all other interested Township
two ( Section
REVOLUTION HAD BROKEN FORTUE person except *one to twelve in-
a OL.TSIJrA THE
: who sustain a paper in our mid.. which denies the rest of the day and night was in September 1C. 1319. take notice of the institution of this suit elusive l and Section seventeen, eighteen nineteen,
speeches and music, song, et cetera. Putic.1 EOUSLY AT ST. PETERS- by attachment and that they are required to appear thirty and thirty-one.) S ci0' six and seven, in
,t right or power in Congerss refuse the rt".1 uar! care was given to practice the f WARSAW. The Emperorof Notice. and plead to the declaration filed in this cause, according township. three and ( township five(eUPDt'Sufiol

q ception Abolition petitions-are you ready, I well as the junior classes of their speakers 8, Russia : mane his escape to Cronstadt, I Ma.onic Lodges of Florida and Georpia to law. three, four, flee aad six,) ol ranee-' or. ',- "
.. at their I I and a Provisional Government was establishedat THE all brother Master M >: ',are fraternally JAMES- T. ARCHER. Townships three and four,and fractiona townsbm
bidding, to vote for an avowed Aboli- leading off with some of the old pilots and Attorney for Plaintiff' five, cf five. } .
St. invited to join St. ThCmu' 101.o. 49. in Tlia- range
tioQi.tf e warn you aainst this fatal step. : wheel-horses. The junior classes seemed to Petersburg. makrillif, Ceo in hJina corner tone of the Angu 12. 15-?. 4 tin Towns ip fire. of range six.
Give have receied quite the Icudestahouts. having In Ireland ala a yet q-iipf. A special .Flft her Institute, on Thursday the 5th October Township nine of range twelve.
FILLMOEE the casting rote in tbe Sen. been .well prepared." The orators did commi.ton! was for the trial of next. o For New York. Sections one, eleven twelve, thirteen fourteen

S t.1t, and the rights of the South will be gone. themselves credit Smith O'Brien, which would shortly tike R. W. B HODGSON.H Sections twenty-three lo !twenty-seven inclosive,
great having surpassed any and! Section *.
Whatever A. PEAR K, thirty-lou ihiily-6ve and tlirty-sixi:
may be your feelings towards TATo during tie canvass. place.In WM. A. IVEY, 6 in township seven, and lon hi. eight; and nine,of -,
The editor of the Florida is England there was no di turbnce the rancithirteen.. *
remember that if you vote fur him you Whig some Committee of I"ritalio '1
r. the pumpkins" at plagiarism, garbling, and lo say I Chartist movement having been entirely! sup September If;, tF4q. Sentinel copy tt Tie fraction rf tpw-nship seven, sifnated west of
f..t same time vote for FILLMOEE, and this wanTie* river, of'range fourteen.

i' "ou are forbid to do by every duty, every in. the in rehearsing least f it,Mr.making Coiwia'a mis-dtatements speech in,opposi.elcept pressed.In Paris fears were still entertained oranoiher Removal. THE. REGULAR York and LINE St Marks OF P.-CRE'port.btwe..n"i''Lnd,, appropriated or other purr-o'ses by law, will for Ibe be excluded use of echrr.ls from*.'
comrcenre at the c-f the fall
: Ureit tie and right which binds demonstration on the part of the p-ople. subscribers hare removed to the store for- running (opening I the sales.
every Polk
every tion to the war and abuse ol Mr. all (|f ., TIC and continue throughout Ihe entire yea#. viz: 4
I I.td.' Government feared to take active me as-- occupied by Mr. J. It. Fortune,and two The offering M the above mentioned lands
Iou to tie WARCALLA Master I will b.
; South. which he garbled but little. Mr. Corwin isr above Me*.rii. HopL.ni and Mejnijss. Brig Josseljn, ,
commenced
of Louis door on the days appointed, and
for the Blanc ProjJhon
ures arrest OCILLA Trim do. proceed in.
.hould be under lasting obligations lo him BIRCHETT LINDENDERGER.September .
Ihe order in Ihev"re.ad
which
& 'ertsed; '
!, wilh
all
Hcxtmrr, do.
and others leaders of the Scialjis.'Fhe LUCY. convenient -
,
I Hurra for CUIK. lor the manly, firm, and eloquent manner 10. IHIS. 1 at SUWANNEE Clark, do. (new.) dispatch cnlil the whole shall hare been
The New York Courier and Enquirer, one which he advocated and sustained his true position Italian question bad not been definitely '. WACISSA, Perry, do. (new.) ofler l'd, and the 'ale* thus closed. But no sale shall .

f die most influential by rehearsing nearly all of his speechin settled, nor is any mention made in our des. Committed to Jal.tA These Brigs are built in the most substantial man be kept cvpcn longer than Iwo' weeks, and no pri-,
Taylor-Fillmore-Whig patch of(the state of affairs in that quarter. NEGRO man named aged about ner expressly for this trade, and are commanded vale.entry of any of the lan !presses in the counlrv. says : opposition- to his country ; and Mr. Clay. The Schleswig war is stated to have been 32years :feet 6 DCK ,"tout. and careful and experienced Captains. Freight and b after after the expiration ef tie two weeks.

.."We believe that in the' existing state or the f ubc ton, too, should be thankful not only to him, settled. bUIl; M.RGARET.hiswifeaged a. age al the lowe.rlr Acent*- ( Given under my hand at the City of Washington IbiV

< mind-without efforts on the part of tbe Whigs but to other young stumpers on that eventful! entirely de Joinville and the Duke d'Aumale 2 yea,and CHARLES,their Pn,aged COE, ANDERSON & CO., hundred Ihirdday and of July,Anno Domini one thousand efetf &
ballet put forth, Lewis CA" is almost eel talD to day for reciting his eulogy of Gen. Taylor. Prince about 3 years were picked up at sea. in a canoe a to Heaver street, New York. ly-eigbt.
lie borad bad the high from St. the 12th JOHN DENHAM.McNAUGHT Bv. rhe President :
el ted President in November next. We are Messrs. Editors : I only make these remarksto beinjj on a pleasure yacht, few mitt Mak light on ult. by
*pelled of the instruments of sating the Matki negroes say they belongto ORMOKD.! JAMES K. POLK.
to Ibis belief what gratification being St &
most reluctantly, by
.* show you that Wbiggery nbw is endeavoring Lloyd of Marion County, East Florida Newport. RICHARD M. YOUNG
**Pi tee efibrt"and know of public feeling, and the lack of lo change its dress, that its old deformities ONE HUNDRED AM SiXTY oftbe passengers iu ad.r.were 1i. Cedar Keys, whither they Newport, Aojust 12,188.Medca 4 Contmutioner of the General Land Offiee.
the ship Ocean Monarch, burnt in the English had br the of their lo I
be but it is the old gone purpose making way
The not seen ; same coon
Sentinel said sometime ago Cue wasH may Channel, mentioned in our first despatch. New Orlea., and are now is custody of the U. Notice. I NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTION CLAIMANTS. .
little taken from the a
S ".ak, that the race for the arrangement, only a At 3 few minutes before seven o'clock,muchto S. Marshal a runaways. H. O. M. D. J. CAl Every person entitled to the right of pre-emption:
Presidency
South 4nJ put North, and means little less The owier i is requested to come forward, proveproperv W11T. t \t. D. to any of t Ihe lands within the'oWniOiips and partsof
WIRT & CALL have
received < >
a M
osld tbemsvltrsX
U between TAYLOR and VAX BrRE.v.' I than direct opposition lo the South. You our gratification we ,ray and take them away.Applylo "P\RS./- in the practice of Medicine, iale, &c., and fownsnipt above enumerated,fs required to establish

'; Tidi ;il iti notion-is it T It bad beuer would be amused to see with what facility THE THIRD DESPATCH, expnsu. G. W. HUTCH1NS.U. offer their tertices to the public. Surgery. the same to the satisfaction oMhe Register and RI!Iteiverof
givethttle S. D. Is!. (for Middle of Fa. the limper Land Offire and make
i the state of the Liverpool Cot. Distric Store payment!
Containing Office over ,Monficello. Florida.
fttttntion these youngVe.t Florida Whigs get up and Drag thei( for. es soon practicable after .
tbe lb
to signs of tbe time, week 26th ult. TaUahasieo September 2IS4S. 5, 154S. 3 seeing >* no.
S If it j ia detiroui make fine speeches. They are never at a ton Market for Ihe ending _A-aguat _lyDivans. tice, and before the day appointed for the comrnejice-,

: 1wm&tl0li. to give its readers correct in. lou, for all they have to do is to look o\e tbe The sales Cotton fo the week amountedto Six Hundred Dollar ment of the public sale of the land embracing lh.

f. kdLs.50 We give the above scrap for its old speeches fracked bj Mr. CubeJ and theyare 33,000 bale The imports during the WANTED to purchase immediately, Six /fun ONE pair of M.bonny.Dinnl, for sale by tract claimed otherwise RICHARD such claim M. will YOUNG be forfeited;

. Let it ponder that well, and iufllb "in town." In two / commit came period reached 40.000'bales. A slightretluctionbad I in Specie. BIRCHtTTT t. LINDEN BERGER. Comatutioner if the General.Land CHKeljSO.IWS. :
.s.ch .urue41C on tbe infer-! AUjast jU. ISIS. 5 SoS KNIGHT. Ah 13, M .
without 181 1
better prepared for moreaocb them to memory, arW when delitered ( ber lOw







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t'f'* ,. *'h'". -- : MEDICAL- -- -- NOTICE.- I HE: fulowing.which we extract tom the Cam-_t Newport- Springs-,.-Florida.A -----. AXENDXEXT TO THE Boot and, Shoe Making.rpHEumltrsignedhaving AtUcSaest- LL

is fom the Rev. E Frazer. of Florida. p_rcba*>d the hi Justices Court for the
I.f.! ; DRS. WILSON and VAN WYCK (late Professrof Kcrxhavv Distl id. S. CoBititntion of the State of J. entire stock and matenal of Lr.\E, Justus 2 Dbtritt tfLitn .

1 Sur TV in the Franklin Medical) Collie ofPhiladelphia. Farminglon' Kershaw District S. C., ) 4RcRFL.who is about leaving the Stale, R Fortunt._ Agent, )

' fJ::J ;) have f rmed a ra-jmtnenhip for the May 19, IS 1C. J JI Proposed and agreed to by the third General? respectfully informs his frien. and the R-HWhinV $ Debt so. j
and for the I
} :h_.: "reticeof MEDICINE UROERY. have nied in my family Dr. Hull's Fever and AisembJy ; subject to action th n-xt public that he if at present at the wherehe PHE defendant and all thers. '
tk ,:: INSTRUCTION OF MEDICAL SlTmls Age Pills, an all Dr. Spencer's Vegetable Pills, WAKULLA HOTEL, having undergone ex- General lh o is prepared to execute all work in hi. line with i the commencement ar wtf.retJX* >
: Patients from a di.tance cn t he, 1 attommoat- last t\o years, and have no hesitation' in pro THE improvements, I now open for the reception Atsembly. promptness despatch. He has on band he finestof Justice Court to held of at thll h 0 \
I .. t ed. *ml on rr.onblf term either lotfl. or nuncinl them to be most "u.lent family mticmel of under the superintem.ence of Mrs skins, and all sotts of materials, and will day of October b TallahaWe : )
I" !"rivate B-nrdinz Hi < of the cityand c .rfeive -01 as an art of justice (Ihe worthy' proprietors MADDEN, ger experience and well known qualities AN ACT to amend the i2tb Clause of the 3lh, Article make at short notice, and in the best manner, GENTLEMEN'S .ame. nut. and to appear and pJJ1EDWARD t..
from the inch' )( and at- .fur the infor- of the Constitution of this s.tf, so that the SHOES ol
Surgica Pill I AND
Slbenb" .Ia of these innlu.ble wi state, -a a hussies< warrants I he promiaethat no BOOTS every deription Given under hand
!,. let ion .Ihtir ca es mav ) mation and Itifation of concerned, that my '>r attention will be withheld 'that would add expense to the Judges of the Circuit Clurt.lhIU bold their offices Boot t fooled, loled.and otherwise repaired in gust, A. P. 1548.m1 and_seal, this 2d d'l
A limited numrol! OFFICE; STUDEVTS wi wife prior to onr mmiaee. had been more or less comfort and pleasure of visitor i for a term of eight jears instead of during good style and at reasonable charges. He will warrant e A.

t'. ': he received, who will beuipplied with 'lk the subject of Cfiiltt and Ftvcri toy about fighl.n These Springs are situated on the St.Marks good behavior. his work to b equal to any done in the place M. WEST, ((1'41]
{(... Vtatomical. and other Prelatio.-.j regu- month' having tried various lemedie* five mile above its junction with the R\tr. SeCTiON 1. Beit enacted by the Senate and lru, and lo give a good satisfaction a to fitting as any Aogast5P4S. Justice of the p-
\ukula. 3
". leh'.eumif In Iher"rClofth IFtudi".ac- cess, and wasjfty much rllncl in fle h. A few abut eighteen miles South of Tlale.) the Representatives of the State of Florida in Gt- other wekman. 3m_
'. ". mole pursuM in the \hre Northern At\s after marruge with 5j pen. of pine era' Assembly ton 'ttd. That the 12th Clause of JOHN LERCIL lathe Cfrtoit
a healthy
t') slt commfn< region open the(ostant Court if tie Middle
"I and the 5th' Article of the Constitution' of this State' be
: b- la'iiV to cnm'ou dispense '
r -itit-wi aidin a dn or vo afterwards with breeze from (he Gulf, rendering'U a May 8,147. 42 tl
I't .' ., and will be ns'ructed i! the mill Pill,1 Pl.; he u.t,1 l about half a box ot each ; Illr. during!e the sultry summer months, truly rNitnce. so amended as to read I follows, viz: That at the Florida, in and for the County Cflt

:.: .f-tv ,/iv duti's flf the S'lrg-oa' -Bleeding, Cup slit was, a R A picL CR E. She regained her healthand A oubttaolial bridge has been brown over East Rt expiration of the present term of office of the Judgesof NEW GOODS. TO SPRING TERM, A. D. 1&43.
,. Raidigin, &c &.- and has had teturn the Circuit Courts, with the exception hereinafter -
: pin:? sf rne'I very rapidly, no of bringing the light-house and sea shore Leopold Greenberg Charles Green.
\
... Perhio* Private OJKeiti anY, .American ritv Chills Purer tince. I believe these medicineslobe hours nde horseback in carriages mentioned, the Justices of the Supreme Court berg
l o.d on or convenience ,an"
"hfrf subscribers would the attention of the Henry
.. aid and the of the Circuit Court.shal'' be elected' Grenbr Adolp Aaron ,
'. vIM aflbrJ a greater variety ( nt w approved harmless and safe and us<'das ,pe.ficahydirected Ju.gs fiE cal psJt
) ; "htn for sea bathing will be found at all times. to the choice assortment Kline !
I.b. rr-.ti", or presanl m' rc practical (.cihtir for are attended with satisfactory ruis. The bathing establishment connected with' the Hotel for for I a hat term term.eight unless years sooner, and removed shall hold under their olce- of GOODS, now receiving per nteniY Brigs Wakulla and in trade.usir Ihe na esljle ceartne)j d'I'HOOD."
provisions
:: .. students. E L ER.The has been 'thoroughly repairedand imprm'emrnt Emeline. Their stock has been selectedwiih firm of L. &. Greenberg In.
.' I connexion v.th this,department, it mar he prot made in this Constitution, for the removal of care I. & I
made so (hit plunge and sWer baths can be furnished ..
t ( from the most fashionable in New
.. ibl< *n Infjrmarv, Judges by address or and for wilful fstblilhmfnl. for $it
: : >*r to state that a. ,' a p following tesimonylrom influential Planter at all hours of Ihe day free of charge.logclherwith impeachment ; William S. Carpenter. 1 6 23.
an York and, having been
.. both M fical and Sunrical PalienM n of duly, or other' reasonable which ; purchased prices
of
ree-ntion lec ;Ie. >
(
frthe in take from the MaconTelegraph
Washington County, we the intrinsic value and defendant
;F acknowledged miraculous enabled furnish their and all other
they are to customers at price
will be om-n .l. when ftident mil! have the e not be sufficient ground for impeachment. the TiE persons interested
: effect of Ihe in ,
lake notice
cases
particular present of tbe
10\ Their institution
u"rtw.it of tie ty .f / ( diseases. Ga. 5 1517.1 Governor shall remove any of (them on the address proportionately of ibis
far ''inJ Washmeton County January attractions to the invalid and citizen of leisure not by attachment, and that they are nit m
11 TalUhawee, July Z)'' l I.lt. Dr. CahiuE. Hull-D..r Sir-It has been about' surpasssed in the Southern States. Those in pursuitof of two-thirds of the General Assembly ; proldtd.howr" iLY OlCYMJMQ] and plead to the declaration filed requiredloapi in .

t, J T. J. WILSON, M D. three }earssiuicc I commenced uinour Freer and pleasure alone, can alwa\s find boats" fo fishing That the cause or causes .hai b .!tatf atlength is of the best of ma'erial.' and being manufactured cording to law. this caustM.
M I D. in such address and entered journals of
C. C. VAN \VYCK .llt'ant.fnlf'rr Pills, on mv plantation.' I parties or excursions to ,the Wakulla Spring and Ihe tlr directly eye of Mr. Stillman, all JAMES T.

.i. Jnlv 22 1 6mFire lute a large num! or of rast. uf Chills ant Fe- Biy.or can enjoy the more exciting' pleasures!of 'time or each causes I 1.)1"1. .Indproddedfurther.be notified to the Judge' the intendedto Cal"f fear of. shop-tevrk is thereby precluded, and persons, Attorney for ARCHER.Plaintiflj
vtr, and someVew of Billions Fever, aui4 l in no instance chase seek cnrci"f in the Ten Pin Alley, the gameof purchasing may rely upon getting an article well July29l849. 2 I1D-
Insurance he removed, and he be admitted lo a hearing
ofeitlierforni ol Fever have I failt to effect Billiard, or the healthful' dance. In a word, .hal made. Among the articles comprising their
a cure when directions were followed andthev I : will be done to make t the his own defence, any vote for such removal STEAMER -
By} the JEtna Insurance Company taken at the commencement of the dicta!<*. "i "fre have an e\'er"hin agreeable; pocsi.lf resort Springs shall pa"s : and in such catst the vote' shall be taken FALL .AJYD niHTER STOCK GLASGOW,

c,. OF IIAR1TORD.. CONNECTICUT. had greater success in using your PilN,, than with, June 10, I 1M' 47 by yeas and nays and cnl.red on the Journals of each maybe found Ihe following:
.
still her Agency at any other medicine I ha\ ever used in my family ; House rtpetiVly.SFC Blk French Cloth.' Frock and Dress Coats Bla.'k.
1114 Company cOltinllf
The and stability of there i:no doubt' that when used according to direction To Country Merchants. 2. Be further enacted That the Judges first Brown and Invis. Green, Castor Beaver SacksSaxaGotha
Tallahassee l promptness
lIp ; the Compan for the last thirl'* years, is a sufhcient ,, will effect a speedy ansi radical cure. Tin Manuf.cor,' has now, and is constantly divided appointed under this amended Constitutionshall' be Mixt T\"ees. and fancy col'd Cassimer do JAMES
lot into four classes. The class shall: TUCKER
T by
: Yours Pellets and Overcoats &c. Pilot MArrts.
frt .
She has the test "llh respect j Heavy
of her sounJne** stood adding to its stock a complete assortment of
b? guarantee : hold his or their office or offices for of two
; F.MANUEL BROWN. and Beaver Cloth Overcoats and of fine Blk ; avails
of all the treat fires i in New York and other parts ol Tin of all desctiplions. ha* added new machinerv Cloak TilE undersigned himself of this nod. .
.I. I Years, the second for the term of four eais, the third I /
fjCJThe above inrdicinc, fresh and y and Blue Cloths, Pantaloons ol Cas- the
2t : the Slat' ?'. and so her bu inc s" that : Ylu.L1e genuine by which (he woik is done better than ever fr rmJng public that the new Stutler
; n9 one Unite fire can cripple or arranges injure her not allowing are for sale by LEWIS i.. AMES, before'in this ,.hcp. the term of six years, the fourth for the term ot lim r. Blk Ribbed do., fancy Plaid, Check &.Striped GLASGOW is now performing her regolaj' .

tJ j her Agents to take over a certain amount of rik in July 1 ms .Vj T.l.ha.cee. Fla There is a Pcdier travellms all the year from Ma- eight Passed tar.the do. ; also Tweed Sat met t and Jeans do.& .: VESTSof the Su\\annee River between Celnmbut and & !,
--- -- -- -- -------- [ Senate by the Con'litltionalrajority, Black and Farcy Satins, Striped' and Plaid Silks Keys This boat is built
one block aud avoiding all towns built entirely rianna lo tlp Suwannec Riter, to supply 'the Merchants December strongly of the best
any Dr. Spencer's Vegetable Pills can always rely on our vrr on going 22, 1S47. Passed the House of Representatives Velvets, Plaid Cashmeres and Valencias, Plaid Silk tertals and propelled! by two etigimies, aDd capable lIa--
of
:: '.wo. are settled prutnntly' ajreeahlv to the AND 'through 'tIme section aho\e and deterring the by the Constitutional majoritY, January 6, Mazurkas &.c. &.c. carrying one hundred tons burthen. or 400_ ._.I.1f.
i namN. ISIS] -
..;-., declarations' in the policy We are thankful for 'the Tonic :m l Itestoralivc Bitters.Fur Tin. Any onl.r sent by \ be promptly attended April 15, ISIS.' 3 f.in: They have also an extensive assortment of Cloths cotton, with suitable accommodations tot f rty p'ul
rL ::5. put patronage. and b. our friends to c.l whenever the Purification of the Blood, alI Restoring to, and delivered at once to the MerchantsWe .- ( Cassimers and Vest ings unmanufactured, consisting sengers, of light draft requiring hot seventeen? inch'
rkLw.t.. they ,wish insurance, and we wil risks ..n a* the Si/item fr(7 all .Morbul Secretions of the stale that our prices are always Ihe sane, without U. S. MAIL LINE in pa't of: Superior French Black and Wool Dye es water, thereby enabling her to perform her trip
favorable terms as any Comr v) equal standing.' Glands, Ski and Liter, Morbid Humors, and the least variation. Cloths, do. English do. do. do., EgHsh; Blue and regularly at all seasons of the year between Colun-*
j. R. FORTITNF. Azent I'lttateJ Mate ttf the 'ujslCfliC.. We have on hand the following articles, ai as Invisible Green, Wool Dye do.. Beaver and bus and Cedar Keys,leaving Columbus every TeES-
if At the Tin Manufactory."IMIihinee. n'UCvi: pills and Bitttrs have been steadily eainJ. every thing keN in our line : \et Castor do., French Black Cassimer, do. Ribbed do. DAY morning at o'clock, A. M. and Cedar Kt

..) L. Au' auion all clashes-are not now Furnaces, such a every family needs ; Cookin" do.. Fancy Plaid and Striped do.-of the latest and every FRIDAY morning. Should sufficient patronage
amon;; those "I l doubtful rtlicjcor. experimental' Stoves' of the most approved kind in use ; At Tight! most fashionable styles' ; VESTINGS of Black and he extended or the interests of shippers -

Groceries. charartt' but can be rtlied Upon( as compositions Stoves' for Chambers Parlors, o Offs ; Coffee Fancy Plaid Satins, do. do. Silk, Silk and Woollen her to perform two trips per week, the proprietors reqtiirt

KNIGHT continues to receive bv vei- founded upon cot reel tlurafii-utic principles, and Roasters, Double Rod Iron Pumps; le FreeZers Velvets, Cashmeres and Valencia, Vesting of Rich will cheerfully acquiesce in, and make the necessary
SS.el URGE SUPPLIES every OF confided in !safe, pleasant, and efficient Medicines .Vr, & From Tallahassee to Macon. Velvet Plush Jtc.&c. change,or add another new boat to the line,of lib

,; 'I.OUR.CO from Orlea"AND GROCERIES He makes whert\er a Tome nr.lpetitnt is nredt-J, and where June 1, t..". _4.I'Havana '_ Throvnh in forty-tiro hours from Ta/ahat to S ALSO, AN ASSORTMENT OF capacity to the one now employed. As soon is practicable
) : a Purgative simple Cathartic, alone is nccdcl I J. the JIacon, and to Charleston in llrttdaYI this boat will extend her
; it the interest bin ur to call and see him bo- Hats and MonlereyjBro. and Beach'd. Cotton trips up the So-
e\'cr time
take the
S Pill alone stand unritalicd. Syrups in lo Jfail Boats on wannee river to the Upper
I Linen and Cotton Shirts Springs, and also
with' their zr.oncv..uipiit3IS1. ; up the
2' lore they part They ill posiiUely cure, and hare in thousandsof } 1nd Preserves at cost to dote the Safe*. J\'orth thefointh day. Blk Silk Cravats, Undenhirh. do. Withlacoochie river.

'' 3 ra,u.t, D.ersia.) | J.lldil'e. Luvr Complaint' 5 DOZEN Orange, Rispbcrryund Orange flower /f HE Stage will leave Tallahassee on Mondays, I I .' Ial doLambs; Wool Mfrino and Angola The undersigned would further stale that !h and

Molasses and Sugar. Eruptions tl Sallow Complexion General I S\rup-, JL Wednf'"days. and Fridays, at o'clock, A. M., I Rich Fancy Satin and $ Undershirts, others proprietors of this boat have availed them
Loss 4 doz. Havana Pre in Jars and arrive in Macon, (ria Quincy, Hainbl New- selves of the
Debility' Appetite' Suppressed Procuration' erves idle, Plain do'Sarfs. J Brown Cotton and Cotton- provisions of an act entitled An smite t
,. ': I BARRELS EXCELLENT MOLASSES ic.c.. As an excellent eradicator of mercury Ha-jdsome Gra s Hammocks. Apply lo 'Ion, Albany, Amencus, and Perry,) on Tuesdavs. Jenny t edt Drawers improve the navigation and to navigate the Sowu-
a.. LfJ 15 do. Brown and : J. R Thursdays, and Saturdays: at o'clock. P. Ihks. nee river and for
Sujir from thesylem. 'those Pills Pittersar unc For 'ile I h"h\' the pas kar.. The indication-requiring Spencer's Pills ai.l! ,litter June r 3. IMS .tr; At re hnufu'brr. time for the cars for Savannah. f.eavinr Macon on Gloves, Merino and Cotton Suspenders Half- enacted at the lastjession of the Legislator of tbl,
r IRCIEI&LINDEXBERGER. -", and \\hen they should be Uken withrut delay. asa Mondays, Wedncsdavs. and !, .o'clockA.
.,,....'. July 15, ISI' pr rtltic of the formation cf acute dtseasf, ai e Ice Ice Ice M., and ari\ins in Tallahassee. on Tuesdaya.Thursdavs their company pursuant to the provisions nld act,
: -whtn the tongitr is lurrcd ; "lln| tie mine is THE subscriber! will deliver ICE at the Ice dome Saturday' at 10 f'dok. P. M. This line Patent Leather Shoes, Umbrella. Money Belt?, under the name and style of the Florida Slate Inter

, .:., Cryatalne Candles. lii-jlily colored ; when theme is pain m Ihe stomach' ,1 to 7 o'cl.uck every morin at 4.certs re- connects with' theCemmtral R.il RoadSavannah, Augusta Shoulder Braces &.c. A.C. Improvement and Steam Navigation Companr.

r ;, GOOD! .>r sale at 20 cents' per pound aid boxels.Alien 'there are nervous irritations tail'at the Ice House, or :cents per Ib. up tovn.- I Millfdgevillc and Western' Rail Road to Co- CLARK 4..STILLMAN. The Coopmy will soon complete their arrangements,
..: ., the box "'hel there are pains in the back and head ; when Persons living 111 the ..urroundinlate! wllbe Itmhus' Ga. I al,1 connects with the Mail Line October 23, 1S4 7- 14 of which due notice will be given, (or purchasing

I .:. .' BICHET& LINDEXBERGER. I the skin i. hot, dror yellow ; when the appe'i't' furnished Ice at the luuse : cent'rer from Quincy Chattahoochie, and thence to Apa- Cotton and other products of the connrry, or mk

<. JI)1v1.lsl : : is poor ; when there are cold chil11'1; the pound by the hundred (ei t Uchicola. Passengers rn go from Tallahassee to Leon Circuit Cou.l liberal cash advances upon all property shipped

: White Beaver Hats. dreams are bad. or startling in &J T. DAfTJJ Columbus in three das, and but one night will bl : CHA vi hen required As soon as practicable a line rf
If tken the of TalIahis.eefa T. HIS. 41 t the road between Tallahassee suitable will be
on occurrence any of these pent on and Macon. packets established' by the
;,':.::: BEST quality and most fashionable stvle, just re- indications' of apprlachinl disease; o 31 pain and ALACHUA The public may rest 3slred that every attention will James Creditors1'E. Broome Bill and for others s'ltfcment, for .f Estate. between Cedar Key and New York and Company New Or

: byBIRCHETT sickness. mm hI prevented HOUSE. J b paid to the comfort of these who may palronizetil themehel and : leans for the conveyance of freight and
11 tiiui other creditor of A. Gatlin passengers
&LIXDEXDERGER. The above ;Medicines, frt"li and eenuine, are for iilt *\itenanstt/le, Florida. .ji I ig. !Line. 1. Complainants, thereby securing to all its patrons a safe and expe
tt.t Lily 15, ISiv. :-ii_ _ sale FARE r. ditious mode of
; _ by LEWIS AME.July : transportation of their
to
& [liii: subscriber having purchased ,the Turbutt R Betton,Sarah A. Bet t hi is Wife, Executrix property
:; I. 1S49. 50 Tjlhhas.ce.. Fla. -L premises formerly owned and From Tallahassee to Qumcvc-2 50; to Bainbridge, of A. M. Gatlin, and. ton D eithei market as well as return cargo to its place er
' ,' Notce. -- -- -- --- --- -- ( :; to Albiny. ll.andlo Macon W. PearMin, Esj. at Ncuninsville E. F. ER order no
months after dotc. uldcr'i nl fill is law E.\S. By an made by HonorTHO
pre- Drugs Medicines &c. W instance exceed those heretofore
SAWYER
f" SIX Proprietors. charged or allowed
: ,'. their accn'ints and vouch*-rs to the Honorable ready to arcoDimrtdate Boardtrs and Travellers, aid &JOHN M. >"S UOCGLAS, Judge, on the ht December for like services, but material
B. hope by hi exertions' 'lo his ( By VARN. Agent. IS 17, in the above entitled a redaction of such
Jude of Probite of Benton County' and apply] Ila1t guests as co,- Office at the Planter's cause,the undersigned rates is at
HOWARD Hotel contemplated
BARNARD, JR., fXJ- Tallahassee-C. an early period, as sooo as
'1'" (.>r lettr of dummion as Administrator and Ad- n fortable' as po'ible He ba good stabling, anda E. ent was appointed, among (tt.fr 'things, to lake the increase of business shall
at hi. NATHANSin such
;. .. ministratrix' of the estate of William of rttin'd. I by the late arrivals, a first rate oatlcr always in attendance. BAI.F\, ; r) Quincy. an account of what is due to Complainants' for their The facilities offered to parties warrant reduction.
j. .id County. deceased. BOJd.lte h addition' lo hi, stock' of GEN GEORGE; M. GALPIX.Newnanville ? _____ >2 j claims, and to nil other creditor!of said A. M. Gat- to Visit; the Keys at all seasons pleasure of the and others

" t A. &A. CL\RK DRUGS .AND MEDICINES: all of May 13. l'.e. 43 DR. J. REESE'S lin.with interest thereon ; and it was ordered further the most healthy and desirable relreati for year invalids one of
:' Administrator Administratrix.AuZ'nta. are of gojdqujlitv, IoU" Canh. ----- -- "That the said Master do cause an advertisement
5 i Groceries &c. LIVER & DYSPEPTIC MEDICINE. and others in the State, and the beautiful and roman
j'. Enton ('n.. Fa lulv I. IM 5"i Om a general assortment of the follow to be published in the Floridian,' a newspaper tic scenery of the Suwannee will it i is supposed,offer
genuinei7. : lAinfi Lp-s- BACON HAMS SIDES, and "PERSONS of feeble constitutions' and Ihose cf se- published weekly in Tallahassee, and in"uch inducements to ua themselves of
': A. Notice. j Hward'l I Imr>ro\cd Tonic Mix SlotLDns.: j dentary habits, are often 'troubled with' habitual other' pualif newspapers as he shall think proper for an excursion.many so pleasant

A N APPLICATION \11 be m'di at; the nrtX ; : of Wild Cherry, BrandnthV ills, lbs. Lf t Lid, I tiventss' vInch cttcn exerts' a very the creditors' uf 'the said Alfred 11 G.tlin to This
: Unf3\.or.blt come Company having
I.: session of the (; .*emblv of Florida, for I Pills, Siierrmn's Celebrated Cathartic' Camphor 500 Ins Carolina Rice, influence upon their general health' which is partictularly in before him and prove I their on or before I he lequisite for as the they believe made all

S .n. caart'T of incorporation of the Stockholders" ol \r"m. Cough, and Ininer Lo/eng, Bnnlhn.-! 2''' bo!". St. Joui. Flour, mamltsttt! by!irregularity' if lot total lorn of first day of May next ; aid that such ol time creditors crmmodation arrangements of the public, they convenience solicit its and a!-
The! Southwfsieru Rail Road of HonJa. C.leLrah.d \erand Agui R-meriv, Lucpnu'"nrdul. l'i'' sacks n'l .., ppetmte. condition of the system, this ar- whoshall not come in and prove their debts by the time age. patron

: : J lV O Irsl'*. "M nm Thompson's I-v.u! Water, McMunn.' Elixir of Opium, 5'JO gallons choice tiqlnrl and Wines, iclc is confidently recommended with 'the asumr.ncehat I aforesaid, ,hal be excluded the benefit of this decree For further particular, apply lo Messrs. D. P,

J : Sands SJrs'parill. Turner's Frv r and Ague Pills, J) b'>!. double rectified Whiskey, i if the do"e i is properly adjuslt so as not to ; and such persons not parties to the bill, SMITH &. Co, Columbus. Mes rs. SMITH 4. HAR.
\ In Wakulla Circuit Court. IMei' dilo. Gorhn': Billinu. and Anti.I\!p"p'ir[ 10, dozen bent 1 Port Wine jniove the bowels too actively, rtllf ma be relied who shall come in before the said Master' to prove RIS, Madison, Messrs. PUTNAM t

.' ,. SPRING TERM IM. Pills, f Beckwilh'tf; Alli-I irptic Pills, Peters and It') Madeira Wine, upon without' any or even the unpleasant consequences j I their debts, do. before they are admitted directom, Cedar Keys, or to the undersicned. RICHARDS,
::.7. .- Thorestin Lump in, Agent f lor ) Attachment. Spencer's. Pills, i, Agent' fur S. P. Townsend's 4 Sherry resulting' from the use of common purgative contribute to the complainants their proportion of JAMES TUCKER

>.. b .. Robert Lumpkl, D-bt $ s%). (elbraho Saroparilla. in ''lnt bottles, at f I per 5 Claret I medicines.usually resorted' to. the expenses of this suit, to be settled by the said And others ,

'. '.. J f Bond. $hO'). bol Also superior Lemon Syrup, prepared from Soap, Candles, Starch, Cheese, Pickles, Olives, Persons subject Bilious Cholic may rely on the Master." And it was also ordered, that "an accountbe Columbus. Florida. January 22.1848.Proprietors.22
:. William S. Capr ntrr. {"lie Citric or l.fonrid., far preferable for the Olive Oil Catsup, Mustard, Pepper.Ground Pepper, irevenf ive properties of this medicipe by using it on taken of all securities or collaterals held by the ly
,..,. Tar defendant and others interested will take \ sick or ordinary use thai that usually sold, London Green and Black Tt t.&C., &.C., at the new grocery he first intimation of an approaching attack. There creditors respectively, and a report be made of thesame BULL &. PRATORIUS,
: of the institution of the aboveuit by attachment Porter, &.C., Ate. store of S. S. KNIGHT. re some constitutions liak'e; to regular cf and of the value of each. And it "3 also I it the corner store under the Sentinel Office and

k, and appear and plead to the declaration June 10, 1f1 47 April 29, ISIS. .41 lillioMs Fever almost every fall ; to such alact use of ordered that .all parties may b examined upon interrogatorie opposite the fhcenix Building
filed in the case within th time prescribed by law. Ins medicine is .. and produce all and in
rfcommndt beginning to use it bok papers NOW OPENING a choice and well selected
.': II. N. GRAY Western Produce and Groceries. Pure Sulphate of Quinine. ly the middle of Ma frst n I their custody or power, theretoupon oath ARE of CLOTHS, CASSIMERS. VEST

Joy I. ISIS. 50 Attorney 3ov for Plaintiff. JUST received a Urge supply of PROVISIONS THE subscribers have on hand two hundred and Those whose digestive' organs are feeble often experience before..the said Master, as the said Master shall direct. INGS and READY-MADE CLOTHING. The great

!) GROCERIES at the store of ounces ol Sulphate of Quinine, which ? a Fnl of .'Jlnesi. weight and oppression care and taste bestowed in the selection of these goods
' Molasses Barrels. S. S. KMGIIT. have obtained: dnect from the manufacturers, they and I ibout the stomach eating, wi find (thi. laediine Now therefore all persons claiming to be creditors warrant them in saying to all who wish to purchase
VERY CHOICE MOLASSES BARRELS for June 10. ">tS. 47 'they will warrant it to be a superior article. afford almost immediate r of said A. M. Gala, are hereby, in pursuance of good bargains, yon will do well to call and examine

WL 20 sale at the Store cf S. S. KNIGHT. -- We have enlarged our stock of Drugs and Medicines Ladies lear their confinement often suffer from said order nolifld to produce their claims, and the our stock. It would be a great tar on time and pa-
!'arlbur and costiveness : to such this article is \oucher i!support (hereof, and all collateral and tierce lo enumerate the different and
June 17. Bf Notce. by recent jmtaU i and are to execute' styles patternscomposing
1St. OIX months after ., "rsizned, Adminimtrator orders for articles in our line, at prepared wholesale or retail, highly recommended, 'it can be used without the securities therefor, before me, at my office in Tallahasee this assortment i suffice it I te say thai a
: f PHOSPECTtS $O of the estate' of Charles. ckstein, late of on the: most accommodating' 'terms. least, danger,and with' great benefit. In sick or nerva I within the time limited' in said order, and portion of these cloths an Leon County will present his accounts an I vouchersbetore We have few due ,S headache it invaluable otherwise comply with the provisions of the same, altl's Boasted Lustre/ and the clothing and
allt a accounts to us for the
fht Southern Literary Gazette.] the Hon. Judge of Probate' for said County, tear I 17. They are generally)e in This article will be found to act as a pleasant cor- that they may be admitted parties to the said suit. every article of their stock is of a style and quality
r amounts,
*Js&1 A WEEKLY JOt! 4L, COMMF.>CED ES .ATHE.NS U_i.OV go SIMON
rt:. ATITBDAT, Tit liss or MAT. said estate. la towards liquiJatingceitain' sums which we :Aine time fuldllmg every inlfntioD that the common TOWLE Special Master. They would mention that these CLOTHS are of
EDITED BY WILLIAM C. RICHARDS' THERESE BECKSTEIN. (B y her afnt,) LEWIS owe. lurgalives arc intended to effect. It purely tef- -December-- ---4,-1847.--- 20 IfAttorney the finest texture, the best English wool dye,French

i il not, South of the Potomac, a single JOHN B IE conc E. 2'M 1"1". 41 &AIE.April rlaband, when used according to the directions, w. W dyeblackdo.CawimerLondon wool dye black,
T.IERE whose: ole oSjvTt is to and Mar JO, I I1S 4* tit .- --- -------- will be found an invaluable article,especially to 'those ([t i, do.Cast., French and German black cloths,do. Cass ,

,., (.bter literary taMe ana talent in the suth de\'elufp thIs; | -- In -Hamilton-Circuit Court. Cigars Cigars (afflicted with Dvspepsn, Derangement of the Liver, tfontirello Jefferson at Florida French fancy Cassimera.VESTINGS .
.
uct is certainly a suihcient reason [or an earnest attempt 1 AC finn SP.NiSll' : received or Gtl'r3 Othilay.Prtpartd County of fine black Satin, fine plaid Satin
RFGALlAsjumt
,4 to establish, sach a Jornal The failure of I MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA. LU.\J\J\J and ( sale bv b)![ ctor J. Reese, Griffin, Pike. county, WILL attend the Circuit Courts of tie Middle Silk, Woollen Velvet Cashmerrtt and Polkaivtr.

-.. ;previous efforts cannot bo f'gatcd by tbe intdhient MA TERM, li>tS.! L. o II. GREENBERG CO. Georgia and sale hv appointment' at ,and of the County of Columbia of the Cerro Cor Io and Cberubusco, Monterey checked.

: mind at an argument ajunst such an attempt. Tho>e I John William; p May 2f), 'I h. & 44JIIMVAItn & E. BARNARD Jr's., Eastern Circuit,Florida.. READY MADE L'LOTHING.-Superior Fine blk.
': failures may have been, and probably were the re- r.. > Bill for Dhcrce. Drug Store, Tallahassee, -Monticello---, August-22, lS4f- S French dress and (rock coats, do. English wool dye

;:- alt of circumttante no I longer .existing.' The need jif I j Pru ia Williams, Ins Wife j :M. WJJMT, DANIEL LAW, If\ort, Doctor John P. do. do., French Cassimer Sack Coats, Doeskin do.,
: such a!organ in our midst is so universally ac- j IT appealing; to the ,;faclion of the Court thaI Notary Public, Montielo. Duval black and fancy cloth Sack, mixed doe-skin opera
k.. ; 5. ;'toowled ed, that not to attempt to supply the deficiency Pru:ia Williams, the Dcf<'-idant in the above slated T.1LL.1IUSSKK, FLORIDA. OFFERS his professional citizens coat*,black heave re loth sack and over-coats, black
would indicate a disregard of the ins of case.dots not reside in the State of Florida, and April I 15, IM*. :t'J HARDY BRYAN, and surrounding country Office Cloaks. Pantaloons of fine black Cassimer.mrdinm
the times scarcely more surpriMn* i than infcuible that the !*id defendant. resides in the State ol Georgia Agent for Thomas county, Georgia. in Wm. Wilson's Building. over Ha/ward's BookStore do., a great variety of fancy Ca .imer pants of the

f4T.' : The progress 0' the a;e, and the raoid advance of so tLat the ordinary process of law cannot b Spring and Summer May 22.. I-.n. 4 Tallahassee. latest sl\le. ret of very description. Military

1. the South in Commerce, Manufactur" and Internal served u;'ori her : upon niotmonof M. D. L. ,Goods. New Goods--Spring Trade. February 20, 1 1S4. 32 Trimmings, Hosiery, Shirts, Gloves, Cravats sell-
; : Improvements, imperatively demand a correnpondin I Solicitor for Complainant, II it ordered b.V the Covit, / -/- '-" -' -- John P. adjusting Stocks Suspenders, and almost everything
,. advance in li'eratlre. To aid in this great obicct. That service be perfected' upon sid defendant by BE'ITON HIGGS, S.; F. BURNEY Duva connected with a gentleman's outfit.B. .
he has established a Weekly J.urn3lat the seat I publication' atrnrdioj lo law in that case made awl ARE now receiving a large and general assort ATTORNEY L.\w & P.are prepared to execute all orders accord
I : .f the University: of Georgia and; rallied around it provided : .'ud hereby ordered by the Court ,'. the best writers of the South., That the said Defendant appear on or before the first to which they invite the attention of the public. I V planters' generally, for the past liberal patronage VV the Court of Appeals, and the United States B. By the next arrivals we expect to recasts
,.'- The Editor! is assured of the support of his able day of the next term of said Court to be held on March 23, IS 19. 30 he has received from them, and respectfully re- District Court at Tallahassee. THE REMAINDER.

,: coadjutors in tbe Orion 1lgUIt and also of muck Wedncsda; art'r the lust Monday in October' next, -- -- 'qiebts a continuance of the same. I have just re- Office in Wm. Wilson's Buildings,over Hayward's Oetmberlfi,1847. 13

thr aui.tnte from m0t prominent writers of and answer theccmplaiimt ofiheComplainamil in his Just Received, cend,per Varcaliar, from New York,a GENERAL Book Store, Tallahassee. Fine Perfumes
I}i thesuth. TheG.uETEsmadeupofmattrboth Bil charged,or (hey will be taken as confelr. and LEWIS: AMES" Drug Store a fresh ASSORTMENT OF GOODS, which call and exame February' 20, ISIS. 32 ,
AT & supply From the of Labia Pant.H
I ltc ; comprises. Talts. Essays, tlc C'ouit t will grant such decree as seem proper New and Medicines- whichare for yourselve Mannfactorr .
." Sketches of Tra\els. Poetry. Criticisms, and a General in that ease made and provided. 'the foil ivritig Valuabl auio&g March 25, 1S4S. M t G. W. HUTCHINS EDYOSMIA. Helilrope. Jockey Club Rose Geranium

;.44: Miscellany of information in all departments' of : A true copy from the minutes' of (Ue Commit : DR.SPENCER'S: VEGETABLE PILLS AND RESTOKATIVE IK. ('." H. HUNTING, Millefleurs, Patchouly, Mignionette.
Literature, Art and Science. Particular' attention i i. JOHN S PUU\'IASC Clerk. AUCTIONEER Ambrosia, Seringa, Ber. of Arabia.Ber.de laReine,

i.4!: jiveo to Scientific ind Practical flha"i{ June n, (l'4i. 4n; Designed i for, and ieuu..BlrnfS. Liver Complaint SURGEON DENTIST, TALLAHASSEE, FLA. Eglantine, Vanilla, Violets, Bergamotte, Vemin,

r In Mechanical. execution it i! surpassed by no con i Piles, SorofuU, Uy.p'p.ia. all kindred HAVING p permanently located in Quincyl'orida. SALES in any part of the county, attended to. and Marrocain and ess. Bouquet.
temporary, and the aid of the fine arts will not be Hamilton Tax Sale. diseases resulting, from a stomach tenders his solicited. Also Glenn's Ashland Perfume and Preston Jt
.1 wanting to enhance its attractions Portrait, of j I BY iitue of the power vested ri! me by law, Ishall state' vf blood. diorderl or impure in the various branches of his profession. From his aafENINeu : Merrill's Extract of Fragrant Flowers.
1.1. Southern writers, and pictures of Southern Life and cxptme for sale, before the Court HOHAC! UK. HULL'S WORM LOZENGES tipcrience and success in pncljne. he eels assisted I H. Bewx,. Esq.. { Luavo &FLG. Time true lana Corogne.-.also the French and

. ; Scenery, will be rr ..tlted.'a' door in the town of Lisper, Hamilton CUIUI FJI I T"e safest. root effectual, and pleasant preparation, r being able to r'ei' lh who flay patroni ehun. I. W ABGTLE, Eq. 1| D. C. WILOl, American. Lavender and Florida Waters, Bay Boa
The E'litor confidently, a pt1 to the friends of .ida, on the In si Monday in November hl). time I bff"rf the public, fo the eradication' n( WORMS in Di. B. refers the public January 22, 1S4S.. 27 E and Agua de la Reine.Cne Cosmetics, rich Pomades.
Literature in the South ; and is happy to announce following! described prr'ltr'y.' or a much thereof' a! : Children or Adults.HULL'S C..W. T. SToCKToN, Dr. J. M. W. DAVIMOX. Hair-oils and Hair-d/M, Shaving and Toilet Soaps.
: '.. that his enterprise is of no doubtful issue. By private wil pay the Slate' Taxes due thereon fur COUGH LOZENGES.: Ge C. II. DUPO>T, Dr. R. E. LITTLF.Ofice M. D. P fine and coarse Com**, Brushes for the Head.Teeth*

effort i;Urge and Ienfron. list t has been obtained sear I IS47 to wit : Will PREVENT Consumption and of oppoftite' Ihe 1. E. Church. Ladies waited APY& Nail and Flash. A superior article of Cold Cream,
f and upwards of Sub ribtl hu't TLo South Westo/mlerol. Section 31, Township ColdsAsthmaSpittingol Blood cURt.1 cases on altheir residence usual. NeJdle i in pots. For sale t y LEWIS & AMES.
the Side LL Practice .
aJi tfe
in Courts in
: their support to the Until this was I. Range I'i. South and Past tpuj port ing to belong to Shortness of and September 11. IS 17. S w December 4, 1841. 20
plede paper- Breath all
\' t I theditor was unwilling to William J. Mill,. other Pulmonary' Complaints Ci/cuit. Off** on the first floor of the Cap-

r :, lcoml..If., it i i. now given to the publish with, JSL\I T. BAISDEN. Newport Mineral Spriner. do South wing rom formerly occupied by the Spices, Pickles, Stc
Shtrif.and
''X tl.eune.piivocsIa'surauicethat shall be pubic r Col. Hamilton C -*LSO- DWELLING LOTS FOR Secretary of the Territory.. TTiNDERWOOD'S pickled Gertiiw, Mangoes. On.J .
: ISI-j. 3-s Is DR. HULL'S FEVER AND AGUE PILLS, being (SALE 1.5, 18.5. 17 \ ions and mixed Pickles, pickled Lobster Walnut
.. 1' TERM3-l. The Southern LilianGazette \i. Arri' Well known a Safe Certain, and Effectual Cure THE undersigned empowered and Tomato
a make Ketchups Capers, Olive Oil,Mustard
published weekly, on a htadsome im :<"'. < ; .1 ju Leather Ague Chills and -l"i'W JOHN ERSKIIVC.ATTORNEY
Top Buggy for Sale. Fever, Intermittentand .
: ane JJiliH.tract immediately around the above Pepper and Pepper Sauce,Cider Vinegar, fresh
from fine
p.gt.-printed new type, on white all Fevers. Springslaid
pa Price
I. ':- per. ALSO ole sc-oiid hand large two Horse Barouch. Cents Box. reduced to Snrly-rt otf in good size dn riling lots of upwards of. an AT LAW Gooseberries and Currants in bottles, fresh Salmon.

: ,;I., .; 2. It it furnished to single subscribers at Tic Appiy to J. R: FORTUNE, The per above Medicines fie h acre each which he now offers fo sale low. Plans Qulucy, FlorIda Shad and Halibut in canisters Carry Powder ana
_ 1. t Dollars per annum in advance-and to clubs of alaW4 June 3, JSIH. 46 At the Tin Manufactory. sale by LEWIS and genuine are for of the same, with terms, Ac., can be seen at Dr. E. WILL attend the Justices' Court of Gadsden Gayente, Brandy Cherries Preserved Ginger Cnrt
for Ten Dollan.Q3 &AME Barsarul'sTallabaaaee. First come has first t choice. ", the Circuit Court Middle FIorHa, rant Jelly Macarroni,Vermicilli,Russia and American

( -AU communications not containing remittances DR. 3. S. BON For certificates of DANIEL LADD. and the Courts in the adjacent Counties of Georgia. Isinglass, Irish Moss, dried Currants, Prucec
j recommendation, and other' in November 22, IS-IS.
Ins 19 tf and Citrons.
profaMional citizen
) solicited articles Newport, February 10,1843. 31 -
or must
to ensure OFFERS formation the above
b p.t'paid concerning Medicines,sec future ( :,- Sentinel
attention. amid 4 he nrroWJI countjjr advertisement and copy. Nutmegs. Mare, Ginger, Allspice Cinnamon
WM C. RICHARDS. Office at Col Fuher") Hrd. of the Agents., pamphlets which may be ob Notice. LEWIS &. AMES Cloves Vamilla Beans, Sage. Summer Savory aad
ATHCMar 13. ISFs Vay29, 1817' 45 tined tweet Marjoram Orange Flower, Rose&. Peach waters
. t 18, IMS.85 person having claims against the estate of
ALL .
.a Dr. Isaac DEALERS IN extract of Rose, Lemon, Peach and Vanilla.
late D.
Medical Notice. Patent Shower Baths Newton deceased,ol Leon DRUGS. MEDCINa PAINTS. OILS. For sale by LEWIS AMJSL.December .

-I.' ";i : THE undorsiicned have this day formed a co-part-- AT the Tin Manufactory may a neat ard Cabinet Making, &c., County Administrator, are requested, within to present the them time to Ihe underaigrted Toilet Artces Perfnmerj ie., Window Class 4, 1847. 20
under the name and of convenient SHOWER BATH, intended ( a O-PARTNERSH14'-The undersigned have prescribed(by .'
style TAYLOR o C associated law, this notice be plead bar re'coyey BRUSHES AND COLORS,
t. PALMER. foV the practice of Medicine, and oft>r chamber. I occupies but little room, and 'M enclosed t IhemseVves together and fron this date Q; anJ aU wi .l to said 0<4hejr Apothecaries Glass Ware Ac Furniture, Carpets, &c. for Sal*..
their professional services to t he k. so a to drip water on tte floor the two shops will be united, and the butiness indfbte estate5 aje I rTUI
pubi They hope con- requested to make jmm above constantly on hand,and for sale at the 1 PAIR of hanrVnme Mahogany Parlor Conches,
bf attention to business, to merit a continuance ol' June 3, ISIS. ..fWanted dule by LYNCH &VINGERHOETS. They are PATRICK payment. SMITH. JL lowest market price I 1 handsome Mahogany Rook Case, with drawers*

former patronage. prepared to do' al description* of work in their line JulylM4MS. 52 2m Adminislrator.N LEWIS BJiddesk. 2 handsome Carpets 1 Double Wheel Patent .
B. WALLER TAYLOR M. D. with fidelity despatch andon a reasonable terms Talaba!ee. Novfmbe 20. IS-'. &AME. Corn-Sbeller, the most approved.article in otc
THOMAS M. PALMER. M. D.Monticello. A uTE.ACIER.in a print family for cash or approved acceptances as any wtrkmen in oUce Apply to J. R. FORTUNE

.414q44 F. August (51 184*. 3 3m X\. or academy young fn'lema' who has had the country. The continued patronage of' the pub S HEREBY GIVEN that, at the next t session of Main Smith & Thorn, Feb. 5. ISIS. 29 At the Tin Manufactory.* .
experience in giving instruction in the different lie ia most respectful! solicited. 1 the General Assembly of the State of Florida ad Forwarding

.. 4 1.1' Thomaa Jef. Heir, branches of English, Cl.iul. and M.thematca E. J. LYNCH, application will be made to that honorable body for No. 62. Poydras Merchat Dr. C. C. Vu Wck
; ATTORNEY AND AT LAW education, and it in every respect prepare GERARD the grant of a charter of for ,
qualfe YINGEIOE incorporation Rail NEW-ORLEANS. LA.
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WILL practice in the Circuit Court 'in etc b youths .for any college in the The ap Tajianassee, N of the Middle Circuit, and io the Supreme plicant can furnish testimonials' of ability and character West Florida, to a point upon the Chatlahoochie Refers to L TGJU' Collere"of Philadelphia, ha*take* v?

Court and United States District Court .at and will be satisfied with a moderate salary SULKY FOR S-LF. Apply to River, at or near the section of boundary line be- J. W.Argrle,A. Berwick. S. S. his residence in Tallahassee, Vud it prepewd to en"

Tallahassee.Mucstieehlo.January22. .Address W. H. T.. Savannah, Ga. : I. R. FOfTtNF wen Fiends and AlUnma rik said river. J. I... Smallwood.'R. Edmonds Sibe.T.aw. of pgeinallthedutiesofkispg0f5.'a Brtlelt' BofldiM.JunelOI84S. .- O1o oi

131*. 9C July 1849.. 50 Jane 10, 1&48. 47 At the Tin toy.l JQI, '.I"). S vIT February I?1S4S.L 30 47






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