The Floridian & journal
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Title: The Floridian & journal
Alternate title: Floridian and journal
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Maxwell & Hilton
Place of Publication: Tallahassee Fla
Creation Date: November 1, 1851
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 6, 1849)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1865?
General Note: "Democratic."
General Note: Publishers: Charles E. Dyke, <1852>-1855; Dyke & Williams, 1855; J. Jones, <1855>; Dyke & Carlisle, <1861-1863>; Dyke & Sparhawk, <1864>.
General Note: Supplements accompany some issues.
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 (Tallahassee, Fla. : 1831)
Preceded by: Southern journal (Tallahassee, Fla.)
Succeeded by: Semi-weekly Floridian

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ADDRESS OF KOSSUTH revolutionary tempest under my direction was deceived. He sold his own liberty toKnssia
tie People of the United States. would have blown away tins antiquated and { for aid to enslave his people. Tlie our ofjour great Washington, we adopted, asj fulfilling my commands, under cunning pre.1 fortunate as to arrive in America. The sym
To Wa. liin-'ton I't, wi, of Saturday: con- helpless dynaMy like chaff before the winds choice of a coward i> to purchase a miserable and policy, conciliation, justice and legality, tences-by destroying national feeling in the pathetic declaration of such a people, under
scrupulously observed
Tie laws"of na- -by weakening its confidence and such circumstances with similar in
army by sentiments
,|IR, following stirring and fervid ada"k of heaven. ephemeral existence, even though at the tions.
*!: ilieilluMiiiHis exile, Loui Ko suth, j 1 not only preserved the house of AuMria, cost of his honor and independence. The lltismns j the destruction, through unnecessary expo England, is not a mere sigh which the wind
irjtc Iron) I Iiki and Anstrians made the soil sures and dangers, of that portion of the blows but is of the future.
> i l-ni'l: '"> "ur Chores. It has been ;| but placed in its bands the materials of a The Austiians fought against ns not only of Wallachia the basis army away -
(( i.t of military operations that ho could! not in hi base What blessed
no and ; corrupt designs a sight to see whole nations elevated
f ochman 1 4ong glorious future the foundation of \\5lh and
atj the aid
no-= 'v-i'>" Major arms : by traitor*, but and the Tiukish
) o goxcrmuent which either to make himself
military dictator. (lod, in by sentiments!
.iJtC(' I tiiruary lst, liiviiig an indestructible powtr in the affection of \\ith studied t and unceasing slander. They knew not its I
'rb own interests, or was nimble to his inscrutable wisdom knows the trait Free citizens America !
t I) ilais COUn1.x' hy ( tv. ti.ilia.zi: thirty-two millions of i p ople. 1 tendered ncv T ceasetl to i.npeach our motives and defend them you inspire my
j ? r 'n silently permitted this violation or was permitted to be successful. In vain to noble deeds
countrymen ; approval
kep* back, fr'n prudential considerr' them the fidelity and n *i tancc of my own I fal-ify our conduct, and vaunt the protruded of treaties and the your
as fell the
d rights of nations thus bravest of
r'" men in this long war-in imparted confidence ; sympathy consoled
: l\ tin1 advice of distinguished Amoti'until ] heroic llung.iiy, which lone was able to detfend justice of their own cau o before the judgment humbling itef! and your
:i" k I'elriviug? its own weak vain were the exertions of brave in adversity, a of hope for the future
my countrymen gave ray ,
; k '"''I8 release eouM be cflV'c- them njiains-t! the assaults of the woild. j seat of public opinion. Limits vere
ness. times
,, wediovc enemies -in vain did the father and enable bear
fa our aged send, with us to the weight of our heavy
'ji], mijiii.-il) if the proclamation, which 1 afforded them the glorious opportunity con.-t'intly made to weakt-n the the I
among jvope across Wallachian I
: boundaries, for it was I pious heart, his only son, the of his declining burden ; fellow-feeling will sustain us till
1 prop your
: Muvir will, according to mo x glorious than had ever bien presented of IIangary and the nation
; the! : ang1lagt1b :im il i t necessary our \itorious aimy to advance years, and the bride her hi bridegroom we realize the hope, the faith, that Hungary
'""' be deposited, t the next tJftIre---if establishing! an impregnable barrier the woild, that s\'inpathy and force \\hicV.
.flll.Z PI-': ;
into the !
} .)- ? countries of (the Lower Danube in vain di I all private interests yield to the is not lost forever." AcTcept, in the name
,,,.ii of < '(>" rofe iti the hands of the rep- to protect fieedom, civilization, and pro- spiirg from a m lighteous cause.ricecitizens I to rouo the inhabitants I loftiest
ag.iinM the Iltisiatis patriotism-in vain the of the of
1 the' pc'ite kc preserved a- again the ( 'osk which now I of North America have prayers my countrymen
ni i'iu' ( gross power you j and to tranter the war to their own soil. I of a suffering people-in vain did the ardent our warmest gratitude and our high respect.I .
I threaten5! Europe. To attain this honor this in of those slander-
:i rt 'SI given, spite : the fnllt-st Hot
I we the
respected laws wishes
ti1oI1 of nations andloppt.J of friend of freedom I know well
every accompany \ () Hungary so firmly believe
glory, one thing only was IlecessLly-tliat ,! sympathy for t'o of
[TraniJalion.] | cause my country.Ve ; ours cfni'jiK'ring forces on the con our c.qrts-in vain did the Genius; of Liber- she U not lost; and the intelligent citizens -
Ko'-.uUi to the Peoplo of thetYijjWtI they fJioulJ i eiiiain Aiithful to their oatLs.- !, had no oppoitunity (to explain to you our rnoitives fines of W.-dlacliia.! Her soil i
3rc' of was sacred to Us. I j tyhope for success. My country was martyri of America have decided, not only with
cf N rlh Ameriw.fw Hut when was it lliHt Austria was not treach-! and conduct and refute the HUIs
Ciates agair.sl Atr-trin Itlt (.I'all.ichh; almost ed. Her rulers '
unprotected, are hangmen. They have impuUive kindness, but with reason and policy -
(JoJ's Providence 1 Ir er< u-5 ? V'c look in vain for as much honor ,;, u1?; but we said-and how truly j jnoblo atid collected! all her
*, by forces
\ \ H s\\t.r' | to I attack( n*.- spoken[ the impious words that the libei ty-Iov- to favor the unfortunate but not subjugated
ir.l'l. I uly an humble citizen, held as is found rv MI among the robbers the and magnanimous conduct chows it !- Had we at this time sent '
; h \\ i I a small pot(ion of ing nation lies at the feet of the Czr.- Hungary. The sound of that encouraging -
g : ?\ 1, ,!-1'.j e dcbtiuy of die ivigiung Louse Ila .sbiirg family. that such a nation knows l hov to defend a ; our army to Inland' it would have va i ed a Instead of the thankful prayer of filth, of voice is not like a funeral dirge, but as
() : ( hi the very day they signed the grant of just Mul holy cause, and \\ iII give us its sym- general insurrection, and that heroic but uri- ,j hope, and of love, the air of my native land the shrill trumpet that will call the world ttjudgement.
jl,, i | 1 ambitions, or had I believed those moderate demands of the Hungarian Jpathy: ; and this conviction inspired nsith jot lunate nation would have revenged herself!, is Idled with the cries of despair, and I, her .
V'rous family were so )basely I people) and solemnly swore before (!od and more confidence. O, that you had been a'neighboring by throwing the Uu sian chosen r
(thi( : it '" :i< tinpi-e into a state leader, arn an exile. Ths} diplomacy Who does not see that Austria, even in her
1'k. 1. : aiki'rvat 4 j.E1I4MI tltsc1 the matin< to maintain them, they secretly nation !-the Old Woild would of revolution, lint wo acted in defence only, I of Europe has changed Turkish hospitality victory, has given herself a mortal wound I-
1" tli--' 1.iteIi'g$ jiHhus of their thrown I resolved and planned the moKt cruel conItir-j now be free, and would not have to endure and we deemed it a sin! to precipitate other to mo and my companions into hoi; cless bon- Her weakness is betrayed. The world no
flil3tl1d rind hU- apy againl us. They determined to break ] again those ten ible revuUions and i rivers of nations into
i 1' C a terrible and uncertain war, and dage. It is a painful existence. My youthful longer believes that Europe needs the preser-
MiwHi-.l traitors beneath! their ruiti their oaths, to desolate the !land with iusnrj P blood which are inevitableJSut the end i.i i. we rl-eeked! ( '
children have
i1 [
n ( : i our sympathies. l'.eside?, we begun the morning of their j ji vation of this decaying empire. It is evident
or w.' il'i !<:''i' * I avoided giving the Emperor of Uns>ia a preIrenco i life in t tiO! hands of my county's destroyer, j that existence is a curse to mankind : it
jr. ;. '.., t *1- i iwl<*s ciales, hearing noUiitii i md oxhauMed under tho burden of a thoti- : ; its pniporioss.Vu for a war of tetaliation against us.- | and I-but no : desponding does not become i ime j can never promote the welfare of society.The .-
iv'.in-mbnwce of their jxniidy and '|amid miiierios, I Hungary I might be struck from great and l free people receive the i Oh, it was foolish __for
> the for I I
\ I.'U' 1 < despotic hypo am a man. am not permitted, or I !j magic of its imagined power is gone : it
fi"i', ".A.thu: : vliicb tit, >"J. i li.>| ',r ovn wickedness. i iI. by the power of the bayonet, and, if necet-a- \\liich was a great moral support in our JMiugglo, the Hnngariati-PoiivI revolution, I tunalc ? I am in Droussa, where the great Among all the races of this empire-not excepting
I. hw i ; ,-r. tiiJ not Udtc advantage jf llwso |j ry: by the arms of Uussi.-i, to erect a united 1 tem i ii lit' conflict. j though the whole number of Poles in our Hannibal once lived an exile, homeless like the hereditary States-there is none
1' ':jMn.iHtHstawceR, ihougli the f ajtir*> ;land consolidated! ompire; like the Ku. .. ini,; .1 I m\ ttir atne land Mas the ojily? '| wxteen various nations; thev' hoped to realue to Autocrat, we, who \\ere fatigued \\ith our j We doubted! not that the European powers country, while 1 can claim only fidelity to i ii Hapsbnrg- This power Las no moral ground
w i, ,-t tJ \ In-art My nui4 j < were of that iheirlong-coiiceivtd purpose of making them- hardeanu-d victory,hut not subdued or exhausted > would! negotiate a peace for ns, or that they i mine. The ingratitude of his nation went j ot'fnpport ; its vain dreams of a unitedempiro
?) ; 7 i..|, ';..t1 in.e which, in ii! ? condition oil]j selves an b.-oliite p wer. I K-nv with apprehension the spectre of j would, at K">t, prevent tls? Hn ian invasion.j witlt lihn in banishment, hut the sorrowful -I for which it has committed the most un
I|ii i, :-M !-iti Karo}>t seeiutHl best Jitted for !j Never were so many hellish arts nscl against : Kns.Mun invasion-aninvason which violated j; Thoy said they pitied us hnnoreil our cfibrts, love of Ill)' countrymen follows me to my heard-of crimes-are proved to be mere ravings
n\ puiHiii-Mix-n.( 1 askinl <,f the Kim, siut a naiiou before. Not jiecting a the kiwsol nations, uhich was openly hostile amid condemned tho conduct of Austria ; b':t j f.hce of exile. To theo, my God, I offer at which the world laughs. No one
,!" r > I i''i! '- I i'ldopeiidouee of my bt40%'( d ; couiiSer-revoltition, or an attack, wo were not to the cause of civiliition, the rights of man, they could not help ns, because Europe rc-1 thanks that thou tlid :v _(.'a Lfany I3tbW ri-ihts ort )FiVil- 1 |Mvpm-d to d< fend ourselves, when suddenly of order, and oven to that principle which the I quired a power fid Austrian ernpi.'e[ and they j suffer for dear Hunar. Let me suffer af--' tear of regret will follow it to the grave. And
,,, U lliivi- things : i w j.: -- hi : i'j jl\- ( 'M? j support spite iti evils, as a balJa'ico accept them as propitiatory sac- it surely will. That moment Russia
i i -I. Tl'.d ho iualifi.ubk1 right!*, sane- 'lolls llar .eburg!=, destitute ,f all m1lamIme' and 1 power." I could not bt Tieve that the governments against Uussi.i: i Ia central an l eastern rilices for my native l.md. withdraws her support, the decayed edifice a
7.. 'h, !i\ :i I'mif-sjid'! *<*ar#, and by the ou-> (, rejoicing in the anti jmtiau of an easy victory of Kurope would! )permit tisia invasion j fuirope. What a mi-tak" What diplomacy I And thou, Hungarian nation, yield not to will crumble to dust. A shot fired by an
,\\i ', >!i i-i n.\ f1j&Vb1fllI, tsliouldbe guarai; Iivsit'itod not tn disclose before the civilized ; for I t-xprotcd 1'iey'! would inteivene to Fs it wit r.s clear a the sn-j! that (lie Czar, in despair! l>o putitnt : hope, anal wait thy English or by an American vessel f.om the
!e. ,i ).\ a ii.ihoaal and reji&iusa4e adiiiiui- world thur horrible plans-to subjugate cfiict a treaty of j pt1e, if not so pinch on j aitiing! Austria, would do it in inch .1 manner tit.ie Though all men forgtt thee, the God Adriatic would belike the trumpet at the city
us bv the force of arms to excite hatred of > our account, yet to prevent Austria becoming obtiiin
; 4t; v. I as to the greatest advantages for liim- Justice \vill not. Thy sufferings; arc recorded ofJerieo. And this impious, foolish govern
That! ever inhabitant of my race, to call in the :ad of lobbers, inccndiaj j the vassal of liiisUa-to check the; growing selIVas? it; not manifest! that Austria-who and thy tears remembered. Tho blood ment thinks to control fate by the hangman's
C.Utu I }U1 1&Edfli buIguag3 or rig! ] lie;, and reckless insurgents. | stiength and influence of the latter !poueriu had always, through the help of Hungary, I of thy martyrs-thy} noble sons-which moistened cord. How long will Russia be able to assist
,u, :. (t? LIftI cqul btfoi iho law, At this crisis of great danger, \\\wn\ many j jrtf the Hast. strength enough to oppose 1 lluia-would, thy soil, will have its fruits. The victims This Czar-who boasts that liis mission is to
ail ci.i li.i'i-i" the tmtue jwiviloges audI j our ablest! mon t-viMi were ready to jield j We di tired an honorable pence and were when she destroyed I Hmiirary by -llussiin which daily fi.ll for theo are, like the be the scourge of all the nations striving for
r..t. ri?; i.i friM'j (fie law. j j I themselves to lids 'decree of destruction, I willing: to submit to any reasonable tenns.- i iWe bayonet*, no longer be an independent pow evef'-gteen cypress over the graves of the liberty-will not tIme Almighty I whose vieegere -
Ti.n-.l.. TJI..I: all thi jiooplc of tlie Austri- ]!' Ktood atiKing tho e who called the nation to many times tendered the olive branch.ve .- er, hut inertly lie acan-'e-ffrinle r>f the Muscovite dead, the symbol of thy resurrection. The t ho profanely assumes to be, blast the
ant" i.i; :.f il'iit' aclittOttkdgi'd the\ sasue perstMi arms. Aud, coufi ling iu a just God, we ( asked the constitutional governments of J Yet Europe permitted the invasion !- p races whom thy destroyer excited against miserable boaster ? The very character of
a' Kij.jt rnr vlj.iw! tvc f Inngariants rccogintl 1 cursed the cowards who were preparing to i Europe to interpose. J'hey hoard ns not.- I ft i is an ideliLle mark of 1 blindness and shame. I I thee by !lies and cunning will bo undeceived ; his government declaration of war against
;a i Kiiij:. :an)J UJP fcarae law succesriou, i]I abandon their name land, to submit to a, The haughty i imperial: family, f&rg'tti ug that It H ever thus in the imbecile: Old World. they will know that thou didst not fight for t! j rights and interests of humanity, and the
frlntu.1.!.: 1 aivsjorWI ibc'ie ancient con itu-1 1 wicked dcspotitfu, and to purchase a. tntMjrab'.c they were the real trailers, rejected every They treated us just as they treat Turkey. '| pre-eminence, but for the common liberty existence of other nations. Will the world. a
I IMal; :t li 'lvis, of whscU llioy had been otiju- : i exi-tencc by sacrificing liberty. 1 called proposition, with the defying expression) that They assert always that the pence of Europe j that thou vast their brother, and bled for suffer this long ? Not long.
Iji pii i! "1 j"vlified l suit ti.eir wauls ajjd j jtk | the uati >n to anns in t4(4f-d4femce., 1 noted : they did not treat with reboR" Aye, more and the balaaeo of power regain the prefer1jvationnf I them also. The temporary victory of our enemies The Hungarian nation,in her warhas not on-
fjurit of .V :ijj<, I iiint with blind prej-umpiion ; cud emotions of i; -they threw ambassadors into prison, and the 'I'nrkiIl emj-.ire__tliat! 'I'nikey will but serve to t. ke the film from the 1)'gal imeti a consciousness of her own strength,
Tk-ftot t doiiuJiJ$ was not for any new 'I despair found MO place in my breast-for hoI I!lone of them-the noblest of Hungary's tons must exist, to check the advance of the Cossack eye of the deceived people. The sentiment of but she Las forced the conviction into the
grant I
iiifM. I b il>i arrangement made with our estimated the valor and power of my coun- J Still we hesitated to tear asunder forever the and I'rance destroyed the Turkish fleet i time smaller States and races the wish for a and to be independent; and she can show
anw l'.rs. u !*, !), by tln-ir free will, they elcut ', try, and on the verge of a fearful struggle.! 1 bonds that united us Ten months we fought at Navarino fleet which never could have j fraternal confederation--for that which I always justly that her existence and independence
j iLti.'iui cuudiiiuti M a- made that lh King should '! would remain true to herself, and fortify her j was only when every attempt to bring about with Jlussia ia the Black Sea. antee of freedom for them alL No, no Hungary is not lost By her faith,
;fewnc th.* iiii}<'jnde } the country, "lias independence and ihtauhMitjiii.i To sustain the stem resolution to combat j[ Joseph, who was never our King, (hired in ytem of policy !-while Hussia: ever alert, power of the haughty despots to the abyss of her to abide her time, she will be yet among
; \ou" the very vitality of our n.vlimi.i 1 such an enemy, we were supported, first, a- his manifesto of the 4th of March, 1840, to seizes pro\inee after province from Turkey. I! the past, and Hungary, free, surrounded by the foremost in time warol universal liberty.
( liiini;. Daring three centuries twelve j hove everything by our unshaken confidence i utter the curse //*/;/ Hungary should exist She has m.-ulo herbdf the sovereign of.Moldaii free nations, will be great, glorious, and indepondent. You, noble Americans, we bless in the '
Khol t !th.. }huu i < of ilnj* %:i'r had pwoni, I t in Hod; \\hosu ways are pat finding out, but noloiipcr"-when there was no hope of arresting -i via and Wallachia, and is s-i-ping: { the fonnd- name of the God of Liberty To you, who
iu lii ]'rt of die eternal tod? before'sv.vi'lj who supports; the right, and blesses the caue.Jof the Russian invasion by dipl. macy- t :ations of the Oltoninn empire. Already Turj At the moment when I hardly hoped for have summoned the murderers of my countrymen
( .i,' t'u' > tJirou?, that IIWy Mrtsjl.l; pre- all lioiieet |ieople Jighii'ig for freedom ;- ; when we saw that we must fight to save our- j ki-li ollii-ials are more dependent on the low- fuitlier consolation on earth, behold the God before the judgment-seat of the worldto -
:u- our .. <-u' a'i'i' i'. Ir Mv'|> i j..bjl a history of |erjKtunl ( desire of liberty, \\hL'h make the child a gi- ; nation when the house of Austria, by its through a thousand dangers, to reach me in -I will bring the complaints of my nation,
a RLI '. -.'it; jM'iju- -. Yet Mich conduct did 1 f ant, and increase the strength! oi the valiant ; endless nets of injustice and cruelty, and by Oil, that Hungary had received but a slight my place of exile! Like a hunted deer, she and before you I will plead her cause. When
Jc i4 i vu.il, 11 iur JJJi-ljIy. No nntlin ever j and, third-! by y ur examj I h noble Ameiij i- calling in the aid of a foreign povier, hud exitinguishcd token of moral support from the European j could not for five months find in her own native the house of Ilap&barg, with the aid of a foreign
i'i '"f .-,< j i iijore faithfulness to their rulers. j <- !-you, the cho-t-n nation of the (iod of in the hearts of the Hungarian powers-from those powers whose dream I land a place of rest. The executioners army, invaded my country, and had destroyed -
-*i> 3 i t.! .. ::; \vo jtoor Hungaiiuis made eud-Liberty My countrymen religious, a people every spa k of afleclioa: -then, and : are troubled with fears of the advance of the t of the beardless Nero placed a reward upon by their ma nifesto o I.the 4th March,
-. -i- in -i -, ofSuni at the cx| en e of onrin1 (*veneraUng EK'(1 pl 1. -in whose hearts burn- | then only, after so much patience, the nation (Cossack f Had only an English or a French I her head, but she has escaped the tyrants.She -IS it), the foundation upon which the union
i .J! \, !' U).-though the ;c Kings in times 1 eLI the al-! ] owe-rfd l 13iig of patriotism; were resolved to declare its abolute, independence..Thenspokf ; agent come to us during our straggle, what was to me and to my exiled countrymen j with! Austria rested, there remained for hungary -
(1 l! i. .'. -.'. >\- their i>utiort) | from us, and in( Jn j'5red' fiy the influence: of your sublime ex the National Assembly the word- iiii4it: Lc not have done! lie. too, would like the rai'.bow: to Noah ; for she brought t no alternative than the Declaration of
'>"! <,: v.iror: t danger n'lieu upon the un- I ample. which had long; been uttered by every patii- have seen and estimated cur ahlility to sustain I intelligence of hope in the unshaken soul oftho ; Independence which the National Assembly
fu'i-i.; |i,).. t-iro-igtU of our anny-thougl- tree \raerica from yourIaito-i; otic tongue ; Francis Joseph Hunt beardless ourselves-he woid.i have observed the 1m- I Hungarian people! end in the affectionate unanimously voted on the 14th April, 18-U,
*.,. i .. i t iit't d iti their words-they deceived ry, as ftom the Mar of hope in midnight yiniatf Xfro thoit darext to say J[angary i inanity, the love of i order, the reverence for sympathy of the neighboring nations who had I j and which the whole nation soLmnly acccpted -
j- .1 iV'ii-aii(3, titiies, and made our condition jl, <,om, we drew our confidence and resolution 3>h \\nrM'. j ia the doubtful days of severe ti nil. Accept, we do and trill rsid ; lit you and your ''nation. j Had these two powers permitted n of the mcch'sLindeicd governor of Hungary. ; dec-Lire to you, in the most solemn manner
\\ i.il ui'-.or' nations were able to npj y all!l| ''in the name of my countrymen, this declara- rra'-hrroitx house shall K'nnd lit) Jongcr!- few ships to come to OPSOIO- laden with arms Although the sympathy of the woild often that all which has taken place, or that
B .. to pmnurfethe penen*! wel : (lion as a tiibute of gratitude. And you, exelK Ytm shall no more be Kia-ra af Jfunfary. for the noble patriots who had asked in vain depends upon the icsult of actions, and the may hereafter take place, proceeding either '
iar- ant til, (o,> '(l4q.} thur in) >ans of In; MK s-i, ; <.- 'iit |licoilk] \\howcrtjwojlliylo be cho- Uii forever baniehc-d, 3e perfidious traitors tu for weapons, time Hungarians would now have successful are applauded, still Hungary, by | from individuals or government, contrary to
ce taI t st4: l on guard, like the v .V-huivii Ken by the Almighty as an c-xami la to fcliovvti the nation !" stood a more impugnable barrier against I her noble bearii.g and trial-, has drawn the I this declaration, which is in perfect accord
'flrt1tiM.4 j,, Sciijiture, f ir lliree centuri.-H, j; !' woill) how to de.scrvv freedom, how to I Vovere not onl3T ready to accept any ilusm tlian all the arts ot'a miserable and expcnixe t attention of the world. The sympathy whichishe with the fundamental law of Huuzarv.' is illegal .
tl \\if'VtPt; our trearhen Kings from de. '!'uhcit-you will allow t-at! the' I Hungarians, (&.1 ins that were honorable, but we carefully dij lomacy. has excited i'i both worlds, nnd the thundering and unjust.
ro\n;<.lltia.jv the foondation of our i.atinniUute i' though weaker and 1 fs fortunate than iou, L-.bstained from doing anything which would There was a time when we, with the neighboring curse which the lips of millions have Before you I assert that the accusation that
:iI ? : _.our coiifeUtutioa: aud iudet>ciidtiict. itl.r I ugli t'iedecaiug infiuu.csof the old IMroMan give the Czar :i pretence, which ho had long t Poles, saved CLri.-tianity in Europe. pronounced against destroyers, announce, the Magyar race was unjust to the oilier
l society, are not unvvoithy to be your sought, to meddle with our attain And now ] hesitate not to avow before Clod, like the oaring of the wind before the storm, races-by means of which a portion of the
1, as l Tppttscntative. of countrymen, imitators, and"that you would be I pleased to The Hungarian nation loved fiecilhm as that we alone-that my own Hungary the coming retribution of Heaven. Servians, WalLicLians, Slavonians, and Germans -
.u B0ui ng wore (.},.,? flY: constitutional ] see the t-Vira of sour glorious flig: emblazon! j the best gi it: of.o&I, but it never thought of could have saved Europe from Russian: (dom Among the nations of the woild there are dwelling Ill Hungary, was excited a-
""!'{ .. .r, whos* i nnnHbilttv would 1 the double cross of time I Hungarian I coat ofj I commencing a crusade against Kings in the ination. As the wars in Hungary advanced, two which demand: our gratitude,amid affection. gainst us-is an impious slander, circulated a
IL hi1g''' ""'iai htingU* 01t1. prevent I Ia amis. When despotism hulled defiance at t tI name of I iliei ty. I In I Hungary I there wore its character became changed. In the end, England, no less powerful than she i js by the house Hapsburg, which shrinks from ..
'Ilk' dtouai1l 1V3S htill less for rny j us, and began the) bloody war, jour inspiring none of those propagandists who alarm so the results we contemplated were higher and j free and glorious, supported us by her sympathy no crime to weaken the united forces of our .
; riLt. nlcetl for nothing tnore I example upheaved thu nation as one man, I much the rulers of the Old Woild. There far more impoitant-notl.irg! less, in fact, amid by the approving voice of her noblest army, to conquer one race after another, and
-... in (lie internal auiiiiuiauiiuuii t and legions, with all llu? means of war, appeared were no secret societies plotting conspiracies.Mv than universal freedom,which was not thought sons and the millipns of her people.And .- thin! > bring them all under the yoke slavery. .
OJ ll!|.. v-j... _a finij.ic act of justice slirli) to rise from nothing, as the tender I countrymen were not influenced by the of in the beginning. This was not a choice; that chosen land of freedom beyond the It is true some of the races in Hungary
'* r'jt'' >cray owj the 1)O1Jl. \ni\\ \\n Ujh, i i gra-s fehoot-5 up after spring hhowcrs. theories of'commnnMs or soci.ilists: nor were it was forced upon[ us by the policy of the ocean-tho all-powerful people of the United had reason to complain ; but these subjects
11o %' ; woiiI1 have g13lt.d! nllu. Though we were inferior in numbciP, to they what the conservatives, call anarchi-ts.- European nations, who; disregarding their States: with their liberal government-inspired I of complaint were the inevitable consequvnces -
friii4Ii ofiib| thr(,hc would have lKcniii- ;| the ciu-my, and could not compaiu with their ( The nation denrfd justice, and knew ho\v to own interests, suffered Uusm to invade and I us with hope, and gave us courage by I ot f the pre-existing state of things, and tho
( (('| !., |, ,IIIQ5 tliO a1rec1ioi3k I well-trained forces-though our aims were i bo ju .t to all, irrespective of rank, language; provoke us. Yes, wo were martyrs to the their deep interest incur cause and sufferings, Austrian interference. But the Croatians had
('fbi? Itz2jIg shorter luau tlieir's-yet the horoic sons of jor rehiziItl.! A people so wot thy of freedom can-e of fieedom, and this glorious but pain- and by their condemnation of our execution no reascil to complain. This race of half a '

,1'll' tii-.i! ; dvuiand wa promptc! by hunw" i Hungary Mipphcd the wnnt of numbers by I were generous enough to leave something to destiny\ was imposed upon ns. ers. million, iu a separate province, had a national
"> a .| f.atiMiial. icn-licig. It was the { indomitable bravery, and lengthened their ''time, -md to bo satisfied with a progressive Though my dear native Hungary is trodden The President of the United States, whom assembly of its own, and enjoyed greater
'. prpir| an-l I1lx( iiShjon of our natim, as the 1 weapons by a felep 11mm thor in advance.I devilopinent.! Noiolence was used; no just down, and the flower of her sons executed the confidence of a free people had elevated privileges than even the Hungarians. They
(JIJI 't ni.'JiilKT: of the emjire, aud possessing I Tlie woiU knows how bravely the I Ilungarians right was attacked, and even some of those or wandering exiles, anti I, her governor, to the loftiest station in the world, in his message contributed proportionately but half much '
a <- i-Muiiliid;; ( form of government, to raise foaght. And it is not for me, who was ; institutions were left undisturbed! which, in willing from my prison in this distant AsiaatTuikey to Congress, announced that the American in taxes ; they possessed equal rights with .
lb *'<: 111 In-hali of tho o sister nations uu4ir j identified with the war-who, obeying time ; their principle and origin, were nju-t, but > I predict-and the eternal Clod government would have been the first to Hungary ; whilst the Hungarian Protestants,
'dlij' >'1"1 ruli r, iud who arc united to u- wishes of the nation, stood faithfully :>t the i which, having existed for centuries, could not lears my prediction-tint there can bo no recognise the independence of Hungary.And .- on account of their religion, were not suffered
liv u in! niy! tih* o1 f ivlationliip. Loveiu of! helm of overnmtMil-to extol the heroic bo abolished at once with impiuiity. freedom! for the continent Europe, and that the senators and representatives iu Con to own lands in Croatia. Their grievances
lrt"1'1"1". MC \\ alum- : \ve would not boast ofpiiviltli however, th'at, while every day it became suppress) any-not even the aristocracy ;- water their steeds in the Rhine, unless liberty liberty with the stigma of ignominy1, and expressed lation of the constitution by the imperial government.
*;?"* it \ltr'\ did} not enjoy, but deuiit-d! to more evident that the heart of J'uropo beat !jlliey were more ready to make sacrifices: ho! restored to Hungary. It is only with with indignant feelings,their contempt But their own peculiar grievances
bt ',' ,' j1' 1( ''"Wfebiji vith free nations around to the pulsations of the 1 Hungarian 1 ttniggle, i than to punish the descendants of nobility for Hungarian freedom that the European nations for the conduct of Austria, and! their wish arose from the evils of former times, and from
Th. I, In- lllti.U was insjiirt-d by the convic"Jn we maintained the unequal conflict alone! CUt tho evils of miegovcrnment, and of those in ( can be free ; and the smaller nationalities to break tho diplomatic intercourse with such the Austrian system of government, which
l"al (two crowns-a constitutional and a off from the rest of the w oiL, and all oxternal filiations which emanated from their ances- especially can have no future without us. a government. They summoned the despots forcibly placed the Slavonian, Servian and
deRJ otic crown.-coulj not be worn by the! aid, till a year ngo we laid the haughty lois: nor would they let tho many sullcr for Nor could tim united lluso.Austi iairforces before the judgment-scat of humanity ; they Wallacian boundary districts on the German .
Mfn<4 head, no more than two opposing disiKJKitions power of the tyrant house of I Hapshurg in time sins of the few. have conquered my heroic countrymen had proclaimed that time world would condemn military footing. '
can hannonize, in the same breast, the dust ; and bad it not been for time intentional There was no anarchy among ns. Kvenin they not found a traitor to aid them in the them; they declared that Austri anti II!ussia ha.I 'J he moment, however, our people becamo (
tor tliat a man can bo good and evil at the and traitorous disregard of Ill)' commands the bloodiest conflicts, when the human man whom, believing in his honesty, and on been unjust, tyrannical, and barbarous, and free, and enjoyed their political rights, they
same titno by one of our leaders, who afterwards passions arc most excited, there was the most account of his skill, I raised from obscurity. deserved to be reprobated by mankind, while j became just, and placed all things upon a
'ii c King atul royal family granted these shamefully betrayed the country, not only perfect order and security of property and Enjoying my confidence, time confidence of Hungary was worthy of universal sympathy. basis of fieedom and perfect equality. But
rPquet'8. appealing to the handily of theitOatj1S ,. would the imperial family have: been driven person. How did the conduct of my noble the natijn and the army, I placed him at the Tlio Hungarians, more fortunate than I, some of these races, blinded by the internal :,
as a guarantee of their fulfilment ; and]| from Vienna, but the entire AuMii.in nation countrymen compare with that of the order.making" head of, our forces, givinghim the most glorious who were able to reach the shores of the New slanders : nd suggestions of Austria, took up
', v-oak in myself, but strong through the b wouU have been liberated ; and though by Austria ? Whenever the whirlwind pad to perform ever granted to man.Whatai .- Woild, were received by the people and government arms against us. This people, who for centuries
confidence of 'my countrymen and the noblo3'iipatliy such treason this bao family saved them- of war ceased for awhile where the social immortality was within his reach, of the United States in the most generous had endured slavery, fought against
of the Austrian |people, proclaimed; j selves from destruction, they were BO far elements were left in chaos, the instinctive had hobeen honest Hut ho betrayed his manner-yes, like brothers. With one their own freedom God forgive them I-
every where, alni tit the raging ttorm of revolut'on humbled Ill March, 1811), that, not knowing moral feelings of the incorruptible people, countrt. Cursed bo las name forever 1 hand they hurled anathemas nt the despots, They knew not what they did. -
ihm, the house of Austria "lIlIIL1|I how to be just, they implored foreign aid, in the absence of all government, preserved will mitt open time bleeding wounds by the sad and with the other welcomed the humble exiles In America people of different languages '
Stand l ; for by the blessing of the Almighty: and threw themselves at tho feet of the better order and safety than legions of police.A remcnurance of this event, and will merely to partake of that glorious American lib dwell, but who says that it is unjust for Sen. '
Lad whole nationno mcntitji( that the surrender nt Vilagos was the more to bo valued than the glitter oi .
begun to move in the right direction, common spirit animated the erty atora anti Representatives to use tho English
td would bo jut to its people" It stood,,: Czar.The Emperor hoped that flio Hungarian secret arm', no personal or locnl attacks crovvifng act of a long system of treachery I Ieecreljv crowns. Our hearts are filled with emotions language in their debates, and to make it Ihoofiici.il ,
zuId wood too, at a time \\hen, wliatevei. people could be terrified by 1U; threatonings, but a bold and open defence in the jractiscd-1i' not using the ndvantagcs I to pee how this great nation extends its sym- language of tho Government !
rii1At have been the fate of Hungry, tin, and wouU prefer slavery to dcutli ; but lie face of the world. Following tlu example tvluch victories put in his hands-by not I pathy amid aid to every Hungarian who I is &oj I This w as what the Magyar race asked in




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; that m Atnerie it wa1 Dot erre tJStg to es- error jbari; and bt* cams witi the scM V rZlLLttIdSSC State, b catioaalized aa! STralloweil a'r 3 sin; as to tb* correctness of the great j J dleath aralsrc* ..bZflwe he of ti r+a .,be,,i, &riwie

i Lib, 4 d bv Law fur the on oal ter a tattna. 1 iiadriesa. nraiire doctrine of seces- rtttta z mttr sat ,
t* -- ap is Free."ii=m. In Nrcclok the Woolly State Rtiats coo; Caioa 3 L,
bee sod .
f by rarorrf
4 Lilt b their i ia the eo iAtr ,j Go d blear cohrfuner'! : aa4 em
a. Istg your the SiJOCd
rieili aad Silver Gravs Have coalesced wit! .siJr:. Why !-imply beta send cw tr,fc!r5 of Ce* .
afe w't I | .
Ist in IJao-.ry a bw erg oe+'*etary to c ke Saf y it hare L- : ns deitiav to iotfce i +j mt x> "v w "'
t th. )$acra. tfe* oteial iact' a. The t s ? ration* tie b btewagi ef that l&wty t j SA7U2DAT, KOTZHEZE 1, 1S5L tie express resemioa o f tae right to crge .cannot sal,=arr e to it If so, re sspeetjo I ar ao<>cUte aad' wsal w 1 act

which aad &roe. die modification of t! aei hbrst labors under the same sei 94' TifF3t( if ,
t tithe Lssia lure--a bail relic of the eca titctei jtfcowE: tapfiae** or repeal ilk Fcgravejo : ;v a ; ss

tlieur *g ef, ewlirth the el-r:r and arbtocrsJwui May year great example, >Pfl bfe Amerkans, .wYwLi. '.,riw 7 Day. t Slave Law, and mate no toacealaxat,'*l with regard to other doctrines about which'we de'crled, s iaaabte : ..f

1{ t 1 pCTeer T d as tonattbitig jeiu, im- be to'ctaer n.teoai die soorce of soeial ti-tae; [ Iii* Excellency, G0vtroor Brow has ap- says the Uaioo Safety Committee in their ad- dit}'> c Taere are r..rioo3,1,0ts upon ![ pie-bod, ihwld J resolve!let her to + tit_ (;_ 'f 1
I prefer to
[ of all tkpr 3 n .2d
i4 tie seit Ne'rtr xrbo C2aed for ,roar power be the terror tyraats-- : !
pointed Thursday tae C7tb i in Htaat .dri s of at6 ietcler, of their to which as ecjoaHy wide dtd'm'nee ia ocrofaa- !Iberbysamarvforee.,
a-a 'Hb
aid cay >Taiw
3strwed freeriot
Jaw* to b< written it 521I!! k '1 3 oe high towers that the petpfe trim j try ewr eoctinee to be the A jiiua fat tie Tkickfgmag for tae m *her rhPraei-' dbrsgard d* Consritstioa, by a repeal of ions ezists, aaJ! by de same reasoning we,of|f iave-p >, thgii it actim st+a a

,r 4 : C fertU? i th4r rikte--bad tea rrtaaoedto. I ;i offfnced< of aM tettkxHL detail blessings eap,std during de past re?'r, tsii very law! In Obit, a. free soS vrbtg, ia coarse, avast hare ocr mwgmng* as to die ; pens Ifros be pees v fair;:,

r inane; It va> r.ecea4sry t) hare a!Knag i 6 Written at my place of Haoishinent,Broe- by tie f- le of tLU :fate. ; the person of Mr. Viotoo, has jest been dej j! correciae5 of all oar notions Very modest|* cediag State s&o d t sot .

l e fezled for Governor by anctaer free toiler;-- rElc. Bo5 oar neighbor"* saspteioo"
of the Uoiretained 5v
'i t'osld we hire thaw he noble M jar LOUIS KOSSt'TU, 57 this Scrub's XaiL anI 9=T
in Ma saeh35 _= Mr.I whose free }n ot well fbeeded. The wore we examine the '
tt Wiathrop. her
Gowraor of ? e ra s lir.c io
N + How aft ja have I, vA other l Vaden IA llmgery. Tae raii of tab moraiug lumrrJ nesn of'Oe
z zt' sotSstn i ore dipates, is ds? W'hig caodi- doctrine in di Hate, die itroarer are our cooi as z. eapme and *
tree, laid to am a :;t TUKSTJ that they mm beT arrival cf tae steamer Europe with tlsree'j no j ; sahj>t: ; tc, s
Bnedv sad ctk! thir store greatnesK, date f>r Governor-and ia Penasjlvaob t j vietkwis that it i is not only based a'pos reason t|f oawiiling to reman a* a, parta.?r.
A letter tea Oar. Srwre, of Rsrfda. ; data later intelligence from Eorope. The} I We do cot believe if die} door .
ia'tb of-I:,
.v that pfedccMbar.re one race ra; ta f
bet thai i
f with the t die noiarioas JonaiCoa has received nearly j jam? caaraoa sense, : isterpo 99 as a =-f
the perfect eqoalhj of*!l My eocase! was We have been obfigis ly favored Liverpool cotton market was depressed .t tae" i were bald wide open a Start err !J -,.
fcS wiag [letter for poUicatioo.( It b from'' ; die ease vets of the Whig party in oppositins barrier to prevent assaalts upon die Coastitndoo ![ed to walk oat ia the .
the -
a ofted, an d na4e the r* u of the goo rII-i 'departure of steamer. Safes of the Icteek coon rf> .,; ,-.-
,. J meett. Th<- wre: frwiom, the saine pm ilegc dw pnwei Governor of Florida, wi ose wise; bad reached 20,060 bafea aica eaa .t' to Bigter de democratie candidate,who and ii therefore eminently pee3zrez- I! century. If any did.: Ae vonli b- ; j7>

'' e'ithoet rv ard to !huyriwge or rfigiooT $ sad patriotic eomiseb orerrckd those of die crtnt 1 iras pJedged to ooierv? the compromise in tire of die Union it el If die U&iic b ever!, eralk ia a pia before two year?. ( -, \-

the fret deselmeet of each rate, ccder th*! .Senators aad Representative' *from that State, : ;! all fes parts, and es pccblly tie Fugitive Larr, \ destroyed, aU admit dial dib detraction w3 ia tnair.tained bj a force atewsc r ua '.
witicli red T the'
t g tv Da seeesMon opposed j
walls sad .
N. 1 +'W rGt etioe < a rot 45J r jaantotied the right to: ere any, ; /
wage ia"tberkiirtbrt and febonb,bet weZ&of44 nf Fha via into the fiat of the t eion. CVTTGX aneharged. Sales to-day 15CQ:: den j < ccing it on die stamp sad dxroogh die the! majority, but establish die Sea uuFsdocj j f j cwral secarily. A dozes Issas *..

*fJ for tie edocation and d?relopmeet t 1]i letter aadkorixeu is addressed its to Judge ia DariT celom&s who baa D FaaLx|. Rite, fair Organs i So 3 5If i-s quoted,Sptrte at Terpeutiae36c.I0|, Uplands; press, and carried shoat in hb pocket a law triaeandyoa satbfy this majority thatlLeir will I l-1 Daraes tody go bat a sboti Rao rr

j+ of each natwww&y. The principle w}_ and we incite gallwattort the atteri ri tm of our aB! o&r readers;-i .j PJ ire Ros4 $3 7'sub c
i aeoI ned o ai !lest tither the i State l iboaUiw I p ; (i iboti: regard ta s1ols1 j to give it art attcotrre | The Mtrioa t has arrival from Charleston} *and- da State for the imprboment of apprehended 1 Convince diem dial we are bat one eosiOKmity'i 1 .5. ''S C'tai.
> n-iigioe, ws i naJty- mt:
protect ', jru3aL It 1 aU to the free art m of ti*< peo4e- r that ti arf does not Se the ...: :
i tbosU protect ztl!! alik- ; erf si uiportaoee to the Sooth, fact itt arluc h 7t" ,tctaseaers No later nesr?. j be said of the coarse of fire Whig party in j territories' demand die distraction of the ie'stitatioa i with &e a ""jfiftnriij i for io JI z 2! p.

In { aAswaistratioo the UM Nort > t* xLeo mr-.tertaHr Inteteste Jf sox die and other States bat of ia die Disfciet of
tae jreneral peednar ?. I earn- we pass for ; ilavery Colonjbis I Coast( Owen. It d
Live been after i nc i t ct no ? a" <" marls that t<.e
to prepared sfi
ioatiee of o r fang, and ec. -Deily; th tIIJ J f appears dwlierthough writ&n ia ":,ast'a.n ntaut ? Ni w-O3r.r.s:**, Ort 2L |j cit present. E\r propose to check-oar r peremptorily]' conduct In the whole matter b .. '-.._r -,\ ...

tss nee edsani'ttateott that pok r r'y of wplta cwmty a nrsatrc afiair, which; lrtt, ir* r The satj-et* are, the tree policy of the Soith I t j Bj an arrival here thb rooming, we hare fToese\ little matters could not hare been stop the slave trade between the States, and I 1 j proach*'-thai to aaaaS it "asea !E: ;o

on ew re p aM -
State w North Accerlca, th- use of each : eeactr ia whseb f lacea her decfeiedly ia tl e ; CanUt! bad a-ked permission of toe Prcvb- and yet he travels oat of die way to strike a dock-yards, arsenals, and other public works> j sease." Oar respected coteaapcnrj ; ,=
i t'-rtjal
ln: tg? was granted, 'f r. tV eourto, ia tie rIit_+ air! rrrti>emu dnaticisni ij? the wrocg; \; CoKfres* Mexico to treat with dw bloc at die democratic party, witch 1t of die Govermeat. Tttey sp farther dues afi that 5le
I IecK
ss aware
hs refused Wliig G{
1 \ i the xt 1'r-J Jectial casr ss, sad what course Corrgr S3 to make anr pepers .Ya
.4 trial by j-fy, ea the Hi'1/ -"p-uiktii, M the re aoiho.-utd krmars---en if!he does net we refer him to tab : they become convinced that
+ the Democrats will most prob&Uy ponse, term;, bat the tJovcmr.irt to emI tS-y are : ]New York, and elsewhere, havI
of ail law tb
pubHeatloo wariuaa races bad tfan"_-'/ to use tiWr ,own* 'i" aad> whet the Whigs otigbt to do : I I-j I all the Bseaits, the Stele eoold afford, iaelcffiiJg *fr. Toonsbs of Georgia; for a knowledge of responsible for die very existence of die iasii- *I eoodoct of 3Ir. Owed, and dfeire -;e &&

f ExscrrrTB C tie National Goardvto; + sappress Ld! e fact-b doing its bet, with the exception i tation itself and die questioa then bee om *
1: ,:Wig<. In fine :, t1.i Ing a< :.- !?!! SB- llxta, FL: KDJI. ? Insurrection. A archer} of eerily condecnxts his rett'ail bj ie o -i

r 0re width.-dJ tt.> 4. to rli+" aB i a foottical- TWiaAatw, 7 f. 4, 1551. $ i Tampico and Vera E trine for the troops llio had G read.left! .; of is two or three Northern States, to pa:; w ith diem the great trading taaagkS, showing. {istratwe. T&ey hare f-3.-tr -atlv 1---L--: 3

r +; eft i :': weGt MT DRAB Sis:- la reply to your irwnsr. : : down agitation sod sustain the Compromise, i itself in die ithe, legislative balls, ia"1 ;he could sot ia&r&re i.i :.:* osEcLl i

t a( .- d' r: fa' U*. wwill T ry tirfi5t'ie yoa my ii i'erz to Etast r uiti4e "Slave Case. We caa account for this singular slip ii bi:1zeeUerier's 3'i '| their primary as tan-,Ia es and by the fireside, f f., -and I wp-. ;
r : , why Simy? wee,, as *-
A! jt
irws ; a1 'r+ ifl t+> tl.e c+?ar e ufeich 1 coacesVe tip! *-
a Pan :ocLj-aii, OeL :-I. memory or! die snpposi- i All! tLb, tre repeat, is the legitimate fruit aod I
y upon ]last week
; the Pte
rr.ike .. Hur. z 1tr: ., r..1r: iat1! t!+*, .H l j irsae ii: n f*?! to ile'rnci 1 Ieltt fi pr cIaiBa sl4
1 t Ji4-+' A t' r'r.tE: ':.r-: i -i: of ; '.z.t '-. t t.itirn of cas
f ''li'e n ; = rhtL .. i!-', ,! t > .-* -5, riecti;a. ', flenry Pt-q-Tf, aa aili lge f fugitive *l re i iogs; that the Whig National Convention will 1 E *duly begotten ofiVpriiig;"-aad is fatally dei i cot interfere for their sos.t;
,f .oJc! prafcctloe &i 31.Owea .
A rtatcsiTHia will hare} rr-a.J toe signs ofJ PtaiiUi;Tvn, of Ceei! county, JI d L' tarn its eyes to the Executive of Florida as i structiTe of Mate Rights and State sovereign- < beia the

of r po .-. Aod .. > \.\*< irtt .-:,: .-+J :b- :; .es to little parj ofe if h canrjot jan **- :,a? arrp-t+! at 7 cluck itii3 i niorsL bad : ,: tpepreaeataece ixc
a suitable to pby second fiddle their and of die talon inelf. On .
on consequently
a L-Jtfir i { and VMS rt-fmmded to his tty errraaect, wan booad by that
t.y Uii ; ; of the i --.i hu ea "t '. f- : .-' tir:d ta po.itin of th? fcliv.-jc| Jin J-1 master : Cexrem,
ar id is n>jv on Lii to Baltimore. 7. PresidentLl ticket for T50, ia gratitoJe forhb 'die other hand, the right of
l interposition-or ]he
r ?tl te- -eon '.. ic preA faWJ :: -. r.t th. {"rt-S'-Ttt ere V:*. A nan of way i r bterposed, k voaM aramnf :., tCOt!

1 t wri.'H: ownJ pli3osoj.$' Irf=re h ilounti's AidrwaT ; services in crushing die revolationizers of the' if< yon please, die right of seee4iixj-has no'' \than &s interference of 3 ps: e rer _

-. ,- : race 'I: .-. ,r;r-} fc' r.-1: .! m ''' '.' -. last ki e apr which 4t' To tle! exdoz'r n (,f nmclruiber ai4ter Nashville Convention, and for whfejing *garb tadenck" because it b founded ia the\.That due Conad hi.JnJelf so er t: ie;
w e :
r realt$1. f ', /!: -v! dfffc" nl.r.t w 't .:.'.'..". ha t '.M take to tLat it :
< /- great cac K-e ; Flori'la into the!ire of the Unton .I"-and hb quality of the States, which are "separate evidil
fi'i i what C'>iJ! i b- g .-.'. +i'AJ-hoii'! ; .*v t./ ntr ... !;:. t laces bif, ia Cie right pOrlnos, !bat; palUah to-daj the eloqi r.t Address of Kos- r matter i its from lid deti3ra,2ti.
No b ] *utTi' to the People of lire United _! Excellency, hoping doubtless to increase dib 'vereiga and independent nations, united in i prisocera whom he visited fc tat da
t > country. 01 A -M--rtJ : r- --kif-1-: t h .t ; -*_ hi* opponent clearly a in the} States. j ,

,nn wh tpoJi-i of t. 'U.-iri Jhl': Th 61 or ;. 'lis-! I eostive to be the atita? ll-e ennnerd it to the cartful pertnal of oar I> dell of gratitude, eaperad Is tee further qua!- ,;a confederation, bet each supreme whi'ain i its dent hat! procbfcned them wkuoct :es. .'t

Sentaef desired to h. };,+ rutr : I'' ,n'i of it. S rJtrjrrs Jft'.fcs, in a ceptiiig the readers, as a doecnject worthy to le stodied .' i ifieaiion of eqaalling if he does not surpass.the and he ea|j nothing for tLes."

te} three coaotiea of thv r,.-it as i-. >.-o. .,; C ..., : ;.'."- rr jisares iasfitetk." It frowns apoa the I Ii ComaxuidiT jPLits of tae
Servian State., The t1'st:$ ,+ !l.i aaa i 1 upon Honga- At&say c-:it---: ljproclaT&aooa
: v i- ;> t a as.- : il A4-:mrrt of the delicate and exit
[ run straggle to stake t/fftle |; 'party- JJ i Proviso, and all!! interference upon the part of, ia de
tare TranyJrj nia. They '*'> Se" i-t-, +a fir / '. -''i ,r; of tlavery. 0a the part of th'i : ttapifviag dom- j same way-ar.-i 2 L..Scrests

riot conibider that th >y owjt J i' w r.:: forliac.- i*<, ''. .t *'.u! neat will b adii-red to i srs i nation! of imbecile Austria. It will }xr.ee ni.} What La Ilxcelleccy: says shout the instrnetions l die Government with the rights and iu- s > we hare yet to see a declaration f.:>,& a.

ti'wi of the land in tleujrarv, r.a'I tJ!. .'. i f. i', f..!''.', arid from the North like good i : tliat Hungary dy not revolt to seew her to die delegates who are to reprej j j peculiar to etch which interference even i i i gettable aooree that it was tie Cxi-..'i ;-

nod the Uanat were \Valaehi-rs! <,' <, fat '- will! \\ri rc {,uterl. i freedom, as has been charged bj eertaial sent the Southern Whigs in die Convention, ; >the Sfotsofl concedes, if carried to extracts, I ty, critic the Presklent's p&cbnu:. a it a

and Magyar*, who rocd! not be rant! : ,i; ,r- U it!, t.e! fikrtds: of the Union at list l ; 5 and what Jiosdd do in end in civil y
'\ in this hot that ehe they case certain res-1 I pressc-s coantrjr, stood [
diaate to the less numerocs Scrvicn>. .So !Nort'., who have so nobly so tained and j a p c .mrr,
:1G| ia Tran rania ; to: resist encroachiaent aocieot 5 olntions are not passed, b all well enoughs of every tk that birds die Union togedjer. =j ji dss fiepvdlie at Washington, if -.,
tee were Magyars. : rm.i-.t..i Zii--d the Comprosnise ro arare*, tliv.f t on rig!,is t c-ar nr ;rr.

Jeklem and ftaicrns, who wonH compkin isaeb '-.'Urn! Wti s wi-1 corduHy unite ia thrj;:j Lbh} Austria was attemptirtg. Kos&ata's bat it b a mere tab thrown to tae whale.ft .._ Thai dus wholesome recd conservative doe- | does not fail 03, and if ir does t.e: ,.-.. -uaf

a connection with WalUcU*. i choice{ of a Chief Magistrate for the nation;; ; faith; ut unshaken hi the ultimate freedom of,' predict that die Whig Convention will| ; (trine may be abased, b no more true dun't can< probabi> set BS right,has n,xe iu -.see

A* there were varioo* races fpealiing diJferent t!- ;; \lit frflh the fanatics and ** Ligher laa fsction < !his i oppressed coaat voren. He knows them, 'pass no such resolutions anttainiiig die Fot"iy 'that die opposite doctrine may be abased.-t sail that ofic;3i y die Conscl tas risrr .d

languages in Hangar-' and dciderl i into :- tliey will not affiliate, or very qoktly ; ami is that at the tire Slave Law or opposed to its modification t'! The eossolidatioabt,while he denies die sov1 r; 1 from meddling with die
care xai
at many inidpci! *: *, who could Lhme EoU .it M any further agttati of the slavery appropriate time w e ', mailer; a5
Ctt for laying the foaitdation of gorenitnent la l' fj nkitrnn in the Nations CVanciis. | wit rise as oue man and force the oppressor" ; and dial their candidate for die Presidency r''
a jet equality to all Croatia alone was aAs; little as I have eerioatly apprehended; ; o t j t will make oo such avowals, whoever he may j :State Rights legitimately growing out of their'1 ;says he misconstrued hb mstmcS*'::.r rsa

1 ceparate territory, and how often have we any imminent danger of a dissolution of our ,i The ultimate destination of Eoaatii is nnkaowa. -} lie-and we make die farther prediction dia: 'sovereignty, does not expect diaian ** otanipotent 'cognizance oply of fit= denKarx-* ia Anterican -
,said to her that if afar mould! remain in onion C< 'u nf.dtrra* I Wieve the Presi-ientkl l ; citizen and
next Gov. Brown's rantf
y } Ifis wife H to rc-maia ia ;;i iI party in die Sooth w ill sec majority" b to cse its poorer for die ia- : appanaJ :3tby -
with as wa wri-dd{ give her the hand of brotherhood ?; election will be the test of its Ecgland, vriA feb onfartnaate h thaI
imt if die witrhQd permanency I +wbHa he iiits &h He 'port die nominee of that Convention, pledge pry of the weaker party but dist it may do i eoaBtrj-7.fr
to separate wo j and tail great wisdom and prudence will be J country temporarily. j I bands of their inhuman encmiti: A :1 ru

would not !hider her f Wp coc3-l not, how> J reqaired i ia the st-lection of the candidates y'; i is not expected before about tae first of Pe1 a r rt 1 i or' no pledge, provided, of course, he ys' so b admitted when u b declared that e in |;
; ever, pom.it web a division of Hungary ta and in concentrating the Union Conenrati-x- When he arrm s, he will be wi j l I 'not one of the more ultra of die higher latv I j sari event die minority will resist by farcet5ern Ten the Sfotiatl, withal! itesniir-fj. : HTWIdw

tjroold hare destroyed her an a nation. It |party of the na'ion. The failure ia an elec- corned br a s!,out that will cause the hocrvf f-school The whole history of die Soo : arms. So that because a State may cboset. President, will; pretend to sar. ; '.;.w of

tras Aafitria who sowed the meeds of di.iJoo t tip by the people should be ayoi+led if i : # its own interpretation ol his Ian- r : u
| :
; her
posfj shows that :
and dissolution. ; : :*P ota of the Old WorfJ tu tr:uiUeoo flu ir; Whig party they have never h right to in certain coatingencies -
| ]W*. If it goes to Congress, a theatre will i was 31r. Owen's ofik-ial defy to t :
Citizens of America! to yon I declarehonectly t- : be preseiifr-d for all the amLitiou, deigr.in trones.: 1 hated to tike their candidates oa troxt, end [ no more proves that there b no so-h < ,fered. '

that any ai-n in the federation of lionjgary i- ; sad e.il! spirits in the land, to fl ut otischief i; I Ij the day has not yet gone by when they will[I right, dun the abuse of die opposite doe-i

with the grualler nations, was to seen re (' *ni trensrj-j against the Union. Tie! nor:i:- i j J ae Planters' Comveaiios, ,refuse to exercke die same faith. Xotv i ii iUj- trine proves that die government b not a eon ii{ Czzszl O-s i a d His S

1 the nationality and independence ofach, and em aboli.iot.Iat4, and tho southern secesiorif\f The Convention of Cotton Phaters, says. standing i their abase of their opponents the p soli lotion, bat is framed, contrary to Jeff s r- |: The rumored removal of tit:. U*-'. r-.o

the freedom of all ; and had anything beenWfenting iota, will find it a fit-Id for tw! accompliftbt die Macoa Journal i. Messenger of die i sdi have always shown, to borrow an idea from son's declaration, on die principle of e n liaut- !j die Havana Consulate b at Lia: c- ..- r. .

which could have been justly gran mfact of all Heir views, and for which ttre y ult held Hb successor b JaJge Sfmkey of .*!:>-. :>
a preliminary r., -r-ting oa Mori-lay i(;oc. Brown that when it becomes ed satxissioa to the federal anthorities.
cd to any or all of die races in Hungary, the are now t.tn-.ing. The Democratic party neces-( ; pi. The Charleston Jlercury thus .
o -
Magyars bad only! to know it, and it would are makiag strong effort to rally cite party last j and adjoiirHvd over to nttt agaia Tues-; i nary to insure political garrets, they have Ve hold, therefore, that the States are SOT-j this -

}cave been perfonr.ed with readings, for Ire e- < upon 4d party ensues, disregarding: recent j day morning 9 o'clock, when die following i never been very scrupdoas about die means." [ ereign, sod have die right judging of die on" appointment

door and not power was their desire. g j dientuna, calcalatiiig in the event of a de i tgt-ndemen S were elected officers aftheCoaiu' |facts of die federal Government ;j The telegraph brings cs flit ae"-3 'rui
and if
I declare that ; ; Jtsdge Sharkey, of .Mississippi, has rve- .:?!
finally, by the declaration> fat before the people, upon their strength venttoa : ( Virgiaia Zlcctiss. !
t of independence by which I was elected and this wisdom i | their judgment the taeasares of the Govern the place of Consul at Havana, fief Oats.j .
go Congress; ; would admonii.
j '
of I Ex Gov. M0SELEY, of Floods Pre i. j i It gives as the greatest I lese to zn1 meet which is but die t of Georgia, removed tmpertiaeutly
crnor Uangary, protest, so long as the !' n to guard against ; for, notwithstanding create of their o. ; prrsJW
|+e+npie do not i by their free will rplf as n e their boasted all.orrenre of free-loeiisr rt, ; t i Hornet the election of Jud s Caskie to Con-' ,' mating, aad possesses no vitality bst sot a lag that die President meat whit he el
from that oSice that ; VicE-PsjuroErvT.-I?. S. BU.b, Ah; Wm. from the Richmond, District oveH I : when he denounced die Cobaa ad e:. -s
no oiie can legally con1 1 they have shown, in die whole history of fire I as is derived directly from them, tend to their .
"j'iVrcl, Ga; Jno. IV.;. Gamble I!la D. | and
Joseph as racier foriaitif. ;
twd) the afiaiPB of but ; pirates autars-or ,
-1 i iTLis tbnt head-hbn-or-die" han-
wben four
govcntmut party, it becomes to {in- >ott5, by some '
protestation is not made in af'aura necessary ]Bryaot La ; N. B Crowrll, S. C.; I ttAr- injury and consequently to the destractioa o ]Iy supposing that the President n' ,) a feeling politics! success, they have been 1 aced Thb i is
never of which
1 vanity or desire to be conf f:icuoas, but from t tretpoct teropulons about the t' e her, Va; Solomon Me Alpine, Ala;James M. majority. triumph die very object to scenic which the Govern the reponsitiUty of what was di=csered! c,

to the inherent rights of my countryi 1 i very Und*>r all the circnniitance means., I think }'ChambersGa{ ; N. B. I Powell, Ala! ; Thaddeu, the Democracy of the old Dominion may well!l meat was institated, that they hawk die right be an unpopular act, when he had L x

men. I strove not for pouer. The briliian I Jcy bona) Unioa Convention, disregarding a olJ!iG.( Holt, Ga; ; X. W. Phillips, Mbs ; Thomas: be proud. Eve:.r effort was pat forth by 1| to withdraw front the Union, aad to deny ; of fastening it on a subordinate' We luTa
; Affleck} do., and l.. B. Mercer, Ga. 6 ;; no sympathy for "Mr. Otven. He} wv_. loa.1
of a crown would not s dace me. The I pirty lines, would! lie the coarse of wisdom! Dotts and hu supporters to carry the Ditrict. *- this right b to cut die States off from ;
'j j SECRETvKiE'.Nathan B .*s, Ga; Wrn.j every | appearance, the mecicm by wLL-li; ; GjrriaB
final aim of lite after liberated ;
having j but if th'it be Caki2s
my n iy j cannot affectel t, there hs Judge State Rights
dear Hungary to end ono r j| j P. Gould, Ala., and J. KnowL-s, Ga. i 1 opinions hope cf redress for wrongs iaHicted! by was paid for deserting the S+,nth. He is; ;a
was days as a to be National Convention
my prij j a Whig and all
i; in the
The were misrepresent most unblushing Admit it end die in his coin i Jretivii
vat citizen and an bumble farmer. i the southern States should send delegates to Convention is i very numerously sttend-1 majority. Government-; paid own betrayal as
My in the hour of cd' and is manner. He was charged with sympathising moves in an element which it from Bat we admire the fortune: o:" J'j<'f?
country, danger, called l ) | it ; bat under instructions to require the an. composed of higMy: respectable o e n- j preserves i .
upon me to assist in die ttrupglt; for(reed+i I doption of resolutions by the convention that 'tinmen frontal! sections of the Southern eta c c?i,. With dbnnionists of every baa and grade i |\ die baneful influence of sectional fanaticism, .' Sharkey I What a dear (delight! f .:

I responded to its call. Others, doubtless, f j! no candidate for either the and with being an unsafe depository of the he b! The Preskk-niofthai hot-hea<:,=Jc-i-
Presidency or, Among the delegate* we notice Gov. Brut ye and e tatli>hes it ia the confidence and af-; : reactor in wbfoh ten-! :.S
were more &U and who could have i Mississippi u:
% Vice Presidency, thould be put in nomination '. ; interests of the people. Hut he has been sasj -
won more fame, bat I will yield to none who had not uindf, or would not make Cx-Governor; .Most-ley of Florida, and ; fection of the people. But deny Jr. or what trumpet note of organized resi,tan:e t<> tea

fa the parity of my motives. JVrhaps it was explicit declaration of his approval and, an 'several other gentlemen of distinction from i j j tuned most handsomely, and the people Ira e.\ b die same thing, sabstitute% font the doctrine g t Xordi, and called into being the Nash:,

1 oaCcJ nee in tny ardent patriotism I and ho Dport| of the Compromise; measures, and esj.ec-snp- 'the came State, from Virginia, Alabama,.I ts- thus pat the seal of their condemnation upon of consolidation, and fanaticism wrests the ]' Convention : die writer of private K'te.sOj

tfety of|>urnose which induc the peoplegive to !' tally of t'.e Fugitive Mace law : sod bin disap.l -1 :Miaippi, Tennessee and ;S. Carolina. Georgia : the consolidation dogmas and heresies of Government to a its own dangerous pcrpose j{ FooJe, approving of die Compror..X\; -'

me the power. They bdi'ved! freedom j proval of any repeal or modification of it- '' ; Botts and all those who hold with him that} confiicnce is ]t vrhich, oa further consideration, h F vras ?>
was very fully represented, by a raaltitade| destroyed, sectional animosities imach: I 1 concerned, he be woulJ! : ks
would l be safe in rny haiids. I felt my weakncsf j g And without gucti explicit declaration by the the States of this Uuion are united tobeth '" swore r.
arid them I could net ptomisj liberty j juslets convention, before proceeding to the norm- of her intelligent: and ejiteroruiatr planters. the of anlirmtcd! are engendered, and die Union b heldo i j (Foote's) throat if he dared to ful'as cIr .
i on sabruis-ion
they were united as one man, and I nation of the candidates, to wi ithdrav/ from principle together, not by the holy bonds of fraternali and which} were nevertheless ruE:! al ,

would lay abide nil j froJ, ail sectional in- | any participation iu the convention. Letter from Garsracr Bro?a. J t tj the I\dcral Government. !i love, but by the terrors of die sword, die hai1i l I | oat anybody's throat btingeut ; t!: r! : :,.t

ttgettR. I foretold that, if the nation was di-i Tbes are, hastily, my views. j Oar readers tu-day w ill find ia our colamas : Judge Caskitf is represented as a $earl-- i ter and de gibbet 5 I} of die first Nashville Convention an.l 1 Kn 7
tided i it would fall. As long as they folloivedtny I nut, yours, very truly, i a letter-we had almost said meixagc-fromt' man of the purest moral character and ason We conclude these observation j to attend the second, which met ia ,tetra!-.
with die'|' with resolutions he had si red w jrw *?
injunction!x!, and were united TiiOs. : :
they were imowx..W. his Excellency the (; talents of the order.
Jovernor of Florida possessing highest His i
unconqu* ratle-th-y performed .rniracles of G. M. DAVIS Ieq.: I follor.tag extract from the New Fork 7Viiun i". |' proved ; the writer of cac>fjc rt-torts oa tea
| { matters and things connected with the next election is a well-merittd tribute tu worth National Intelli :.zra
t v tor. TLc fall!! of llungary comnienceil the ?, onv hat that paper terms"die bog-bear{ : > ncrr eiudirati; IrC

day they I began to duid. Not knowing the Southern Jlanuf ttriurca-llere are in full j ;j Pref idency. We do not intend any special''and genius. i secession." There is some good sense iai resistance; and finally, theactiveaitawf-r: :

K-crcl causes of this division,and not suspectIng operation at Columbus, (;a., four cotton, !ccmretrts on this remarkable document at 1;) inin Congressional delegation, iti' these remarks, even if they are made Southern submission-ever new, fr ** **'

treachery, and \\i bitig to inspire confidence mills, with a capital of S-'JSO.COO: and employ ythb time, preferring to wait and observe its stand as in the last Congress-- by one I tile Judge Sharfcey does he not uCte rre wb
kill and pen is constantly fanning the flame of ? rewsrdeil for the necromantic acirit J c*
to give all the elements of ing .WO hands. In these mills arc l'G3li'! ;
effects the
/ success to our army, and eating nothing fur spindles and nearly -100( Ioom JnoJ} er [ upon the Governor's; own party in oUij I j Whigs having gained one ii: the Freder-j!;, discord. The Tribune, it will be borne in j jI I his tergiversations ?"

toy awn fame, doing all for the good of r cry cotton mill has recently been completed, i intended ; er sections. But we cannot permit die occa- \s trig District and lose one in too Wheeling j I mind!, is the bitter opponent secession, and ddl isg a J J e.oraniaioa of tt! D

country, I gave the command of th j forces to to be worked by are and \vhicb is j; lion to pass without expressing cur wonder Dittict.G.r jde.i23 it as a riglt ia any emergency. ocratic : We =osac*
Party. toas
I another I was aseurwi; Ly tie mart solemn[, said to bo much larger than either of tho cth-[ i i and astonishment at the singular oliquity! cfa1 W'hether are gratified of
I itt..icFrroon for is } a State lies a constitutional right j that we have the most cheerbg prospects
October received!
engagement, by the man to whom I gave the er four ; but it has not yet gone into ape j i vision which marks the j jj c
writer'siews of the i i to secede from our Union the a speedy, thorough and re-organ21"
power, that he would use it for the welfare tfon. There! ( arc also in Columbus and immediate j'dCmOCratic j contents : The Essays of Mr. Helps; My.jNovd upon occurrence complete f
,i party, as well as the strange! | of circumstances which ire her own lore of the Democratic party in our State.
and independence of the nation, and that he vicinity, a cotton gin nunu Varieties in Life Part
; ictory ; or English ?
blindness |judgment render such We ourselves ofakt
is ia
: apparent in reference to the notoii- a step necessary, a are just receipt
would be rcpponfible to me and the eo which turns out I 1UOO j
+ pie
[ annually, ayelie j !
The New Zealanders Tha A
; ; Italian question which we will not now discuss.- from a distinguished! Democrat in North, *>
for the fulfillment of these conditions extensive flouring mill, and two foundries and| oar fchortcorninga and backsliding of the redoubtable I
t i Revolution; Levantine Rambles; Day-Dreams j That she has no right, and can have none, to bama who has been ia favor of acquiescing3!
betrayed his country, and 'gave the army to machine tliops.Tho whig [.arty. Speaking of die den !
j nullify a law of the land, insist remainj the late He huaselus stroOj-J
of Exile A Voice from the i I yet on -
the Had we buccet-d after this ter editor of the Clinton (I Floridian an ; ( Diggings ;
enemy.title a.) ocratic party he is
j pleased to say- j j in the Union, was abundantly established in favor of at once putting the old D blow ho Should have met his reward. has an sketch of the The Leonard 1
interesting Woodville j Experiment. Republished by
j Notwithstanding their boasted abhorrence j by Mr. Webster ia his great debate with Col. ship in complete trim and expresses t-
And even now he is not freed from his accountability Mi., cotton factory, which i wiJ i to be turning Scott & Co., 79 Fulton street, New Xorkj c *
of freesoilisrn, they have shown in the v.Lolei Ilayue. But if we regard the several States confident opinion,after frequent conversstsos
to tho nation, no more than I, in out IM.OOO( ( yards of cotton cloth i per j of i j price S3 per annum ; \\ith any one of the g # *
j their that
that of
history platy when it becomes as sovereignties, and the Union as a confederacy L with mini from different parts
the moral right and Eetist. cease to bo here week. Four thousand spindles! constanti i! four Reviews '
are 85 tho
% Reviews! and
necessary to ensure political stucess, they! -, the right to secede from that Union incase tion, that the Democracy of North Alibaba
governor of Hungary. A fehort time may Iy employed. The capital invested 7.V)00; never have been very scrupulous about the! Blackwood 810. of a perversion outs powers to the \ital will respond to a man, and stand to their oB
verfe again the late of all. The aurora of profits shout fifty per cent, and the number} I (
means. injury of one or more of the high contracting colors under the old party organizationW
liberty breaks viaion at I'rous- of operatives is generally hundred and !
upon my even one those South % 1"
Surely Gov. Brown cannot bo ignorant of Pennsylvania Election. parties, would seem a legitimate inference the other ham!, ia Alabama
at cost of 81 5
twenty-five, a week.
< 1 I'k a.I have, theft-fore, entrusted to. LndULausIljhazi per the fact that at this very time the only conaervatiam Uigler's majority for Governor ia Pennsylvania from the premises. have, like ourselves been contending for resa'tar.ce
'' Bat our view of the to die Compromise,now that tiatq-
Obergcfpum of the faros corr.itat,and ( 'lirouglt a private letter from .hfre is, to bo found in either ,t the two is 8,171) practical question strips
.' die London Morning Chronicle !learns that! the abstraction of much ot its shadowy tion is settled, are falling into line withoataaj
s' r, civil governor of Comoro, tJ c mission to !be great parties in the tree Status Coulter, Whig Candidate for manitude
w.tii rare individual Supreme and importance. dilliculty.l t -Montgomery Ad err:iwr
l' and workmen employed four miles from the city' Suppose a State to
my representative of the Hungarian, through nation me to the the representative in draining the field of Marathon, found the exceptions, is centered in. the demoj j j Judge, is elected over Campbell, Democrat, | bo earnestly convinced that the Union has become (1rF'There are newspapers published
arid government of the United States 1 people place offcepulturo of tho warriors who critic ranks. It is well known totelligcnt every infll by a majority of-1,807. Campbell defeat a curse to her, and thereupon to have in California eight J0

It ( imping and that there in the memorable battle-1'JO years before man that the Whig parts in New is attributed to the fact of hb being a Catholic t resolved to secede from it-what shall do the -one religious
believing M a M !
generous 1c [ nomin
obv the birth of Clai t. DouUful. lederal government J Shall we call out the litical, and twelve neutral, or
c, plv will not judge the merits of our cause fork, I'cnnsjlvar.b, Ohio, 3IaJachuscta( > i'hamc on such! intolerance.: militia rcynforcc
I our rcg-ihr army, cast can- such.I .



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( ; ot rentk'rrO can and Mate Rights principles ;-the docfiiiiesupnn subscriber is now receiving a large and pplcn- David G. Rancy and 1 Harriet Frances hs Wife Extctors GALLERY. I the City Hotel. Ladies waited c.dnt
.: ,I \\hirli Jr-1soN :ind MAI ISO\ } \ of Vail an! Winter fliid- of Latinier 0 their rcbidcticb. if rtqcested. '

#**..*; ,n-or' tribatarv ujwn the Xotlli, built up the party in 17C8 and !}HJ :-prfnci- made ClothJiconistiiurii, part of, CLOTH CO ATS, Armistt-ad ti.EugenLi deceased, o VER llnrnariTs Drug Stcre. Open daily from October 23.1851. 42 3t '
.. r O Y Ell COATS f different 9. A. IL to 4, P. JL
tt.l: SCOUrSI' CW" dour the Union of the descriptions Block and Arimterl and
'f' 14.tJLiti4fl' rl1tL'eS pies ujMin which, Brown Dr- and Fr.tk Coat Cloth Mary Armlotead, Executrix October 18, 1831.! II Cloths, Cassimers, and Tweeds.X .
Ca f
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and the liberties A. Anui'tea'l decejunnL
direct of the States ,
of a States the rights
; but tho! |pr'jCt Twocd.Satinett and blanket, SACK and other BUSIXESS TTXDER tio OrJor of the Court in the nboveuwtiU % aMortment of the above articles Jvtt received

G1. tbc &it! and Eirtpe, *>f the people, can for any long \\hile bopreserved. COATS -. Clotl, Cinsimcrc, Tweed and! Sat- U cane, the following lands l>eoiim! < tiHlif Just Received 1 1 of the !latent slylec. 4

tcn of the Macon mott PANTS and VESTS of all qualities and ftyle* late partncr-hip finn of 14. ,fe M. A. ArciL-teaJ; will A XI) for sale by r.ETTOX WHITAKF.R.a October 25,1951. 42 J. 3L WILLIAMS.
object All of which have )bjen GENERAL ASSORTJIEXT OF FANCY and
irHncjc rn.-mufactured' from the Li be ofcred: T;r wilo at Public Auction to wit -
'* at all cliinicricaL Tho"r Democracy in the next Congress-Its influence test anJ most durable materialsof: workmanship superior I. Lvinj: in Leon County : : STAPLE DRY GDOOS. and Clothhjr. Hat aziil l NASH & CO.,

i not is uiduDk in Electing the nsst President. ami styles nic't fashionable. All of which Tho 1-1 i of Sec. U. the S.IV'. J and the W. i of Caps Boots and Sliotw, Bridles and Saiklle*. Hani- Dealers in Drags, Medicines, &aT7OL ,
c% Southern tites largt". iviU! bo offered f r ac nt a email advance ware, Quei'iKwarc, Groceries, tc, Lc including the
< ,
the X. of Sec. "
cot, Wi
The Ilichnond Knquirer, referring to the the JVVio 12, T. lf li 2t x. K, coHtainii ; \ LI> inform their frk4sk and the public, tl-at
at C'eA articles
of catenwon.U .- dotting Storf. following :
502 :31-WO
i of any amouat acres, lying near the plantation of Join they have on hand a good a-sortnuent of such
fact that there will be an n-er lining ma- W. T. MITCHELL. Parkhill, Exq.AlMi. Dry CZoods.Giorj .
matiafoctcreB in their midst November rtich"i a* are generally kept in their line of bnsines*,,
of joritv of Democrats in ths$ next House of 1, 1P51. 43 tf the K 4 of th
T : st a corresponding dei'1opr" W. J ,,f Sec. 10, and the X. W. J of Sec. 15. all in T. Kentucky io. ilo. ttrmi hall be reast nable.Tallaha.ce .

r" 'jlip conimadilias[ are Representation, draws the followinj contrast Etchangc *at Par 1, IL I, S it; E, containing 22D acres a-a-ljomin land Black, Mixed Jroy, and Striped dcxXo. October 11. 1P31. 40 -

, 1 -.( and the between the two parties : 1 TOCERI ES, Hardware, Crockery, Woolwarc,, of (ko. T. Ward, Rq.Al (It orgti. O-nabnrg"3, -- -

proturabIe econtsavi J S.ilt, Iron, Steel, Blankets Ker-evs, Bro
'. the (.044)Icntstuise transperortVru ''In view of this pratif>ing and glorious Hats Cups Bhu'k Press) Cmits Pants Vests Overcoats th- S. W. 4 of Sue. -29, an 1 MI much of tie E. | cf Saddle and Negro Blanket*,

oUviuug. 'fbe fact, Democrats Noith and South should feel Hunting! ("< its Saddles Bridles Ac., given in the! S. W. i and of the V,'. | of the S. E.i of Ser/29, Superior 10 anJ 11 qr. do. Attorneys and Counsellors at law,

l port onj that t:.<>3* have ia themselves a sure and safe EXCHAXGEf-rCtJi, Cotton, and IWuce of tic ava.. allotted to I,. ArmMcji-l in a partition with II. :llue Mackinaw do. ALLIGATOr:, E. FLA. ,

: i. t1-': movement was not made protection from abolition! agitation in tie! nxt Country goner illy. J. M. WILLIAMS. W. Krailiti. known as Rock Haven, containing 2i>0 Whitney Crib iii,. M. WHIT S-MiTrt. M. O'Eitrty
't>r November 1, leSl. 43 acres, all in T. 2. IL 2. S. & E.A' Brown and Bleached Sheeting ami Shirtings J ,
and at di mis whatever of Office at Alligator. | Offire at e'rnansile.
Congress; once _
o, a fl.utinj pre-emption to 1 18f( acreof public Fancy, Eniih-h! French and Oil Prints,
.14(1t' Refer to Col. S. S. SiutrY Savar.nnh
. (;wryrtw. in die following- sectional* animosity has divided them in the Lots for Sale. hind, gr4tntetl Iy Core5 to Mary Dawe and by Fancy Plaid, and Blnck and White Ginghams >( r..i.A3, Jacksonville! ;,CoL! J. PAISE; Judge, Ocala.Tuou.vlI 0

.. OIt Ii w4L3' in S'lIielI the iui> past. If Secessionist!;-that is to say, Democrats t LARGE a'wortmrnt of TALL and WINTER Ltr asw iied to L. ArmMead. Kentucky Jean. October 4. 1S51. Zt _
.,[ ,; \ibo seek to preserves the Union by L.V ROODS. co'npriing! all articles needed! in this The above will be offered for sale btf.jre the Court White, lie. and Yellow Flannel*, --.-- -

: .,_ ,ii ; -s til"valaaWe Timber j iu Florliiuet maintaining the rights of the. State*, and re- market, received by remit arrivals from New York, House ber next.in TsJIohasfiee oa the first MoaJay b Decem Plaid and Wool SIiawL*. a-wrted, .-

In-come nt uo distant day for wile iii Ijrt* to suit Two and Three Ply Carpctiiig.
to purchaser* 0
.. 8sting the consolidyUng srhenv s of Federaltii Attorneys at law & Solicitors ia Chancery
November 1,1851. 43 j. M. WILLIAM. Silk aij'.l EJrcsPliiM > Goott.
,4.. (1 : i'I tealth to ntir pe jitt : i -will aid the great republican, constitu- I 1. Lying in Gadsden County : Glaco Silk, TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.Ww. .

\\c -ir.1cs4f((l fjj Mr. IJnylor'K' tintial; part of the country to repel the assaults Notts' Lot No. 5 in frac. Sec 2S ((5G i acres,) nirl Lot Xo. 1 Plaid FonkrJ do.
: in frac. Sec. 5 ((155 acre*.) all in T. 3, IL 7, X. A W, A. FoRWAEr>, J SI.MON TOWL&Liitf :
t-J' those inter- of the mid I'n'eoil)
:tr i ':'!:-" attention WJjig parties upon TEST received and 1r salt at iirices to suit the known as the Aspalaja ttnvn i-ite. Cl.ine do. il.\ nf >'/. A Mffu*tlne. J

j.ti.'.'' r Tratltf of Sa\-wma1i, to the! Constitution-all will yet be well-the I, tines: 10 lvs NAILS, by AU, S. W. i Sec. 25 (ICO 25-100 acres,) Lots Xoa. Printed do. Jo. Octobtr 4, 1851. 39 0 0

.' .,.,. '. ht iht-re can !i? o Constitution will bd maintained and the U- November I, 1851. 43 S. S. KNIGHT. 3 and 5, and W. of S. W. 4 of Sec. 85. and Lot Xu C44rde.1 ICantl'n; dm.

hr..it!. t-lK-ciully it Jhtthud, a hot, saved. It i> in the power of Southern 4 in! Sex 34, all in T. 3. K 7, X. and W, containing Black Blue and Gro de Khiue Casbrnerci, Drugs, Chemicals, &c.QIJLPIIATE .
: For Floored
'' Families.A 5451 acres 4jonin the A' tract.Also. QUININE, warranted and fall
market for t'iis branch Democrats by uniting with' the sound Democracy p.tlaga pure
: Fluttered ari-1 Wateri-d IK Lilacs
: ;
p ti A SMALL and convenient boxes SOAP to be E. of S. K. i, and E. of X. E. 4 of *cc. 13, t>3 weight.
: ? ,!. e '. ;. Any T. 2, IL French Do Lame llobe, Oil. Black prppfr.Purilleil 0

,-t, nr ht< rcted in itis re- nntimi; ] platfonn of >U\-INTEU\F.NTION- November 1, II. 43 3, X. A. V'ni-oitabiji'47i CS-lOO acres, witliiu one Blue antI Pink French Met-tao, CiaiiTKhne, an article prepared from th
i! '. \r.! Bailor, at ti! ? Pa!; srn.iiii the platform of Baltimore-tho platform ol mil!<- of Qsiincy. Printed Silk* an 1 Tissues. Bark, considered nearly equal tu Quinine-
Printed and I Embroi.Ierei
: Preserves The above will! be offered fur Kile in before Iareges about one third the price. I
'IN of 41 of the olden time of &c. Quincy
'i*' necessary jiaiticulirs a"i Hej'uMicun) Batrn PLiifl! ant 1 Black do.Iirtek '
l : the Court ALSO general of Cliemicali of the b
i Houfec of"Decem a supply
.. on Saturday the Cth day s
4. 0 !;'Y' laeafctiri'immt, 4i1e., of the JeflVrstm era-to make :il!1 well again A FURTHER Mipply of Preserves, *c, i-c,just her next. ; anal Fancy Silk Fringe, qnahty

'v.'i.' ''i I avattuali cm ctiniaiit.: : with the country-to restore | oaee-to subdue receive 1 and iipeiunL Term frr all the amK one-third cf the purcliaw; Dicsscd BUttOns as-sorted,

,;T'y' titi;: tnu *efes.-ily of tuosi* iea.n9'-to! kindle in the breasts of the delicious 1 ca Preserve Eat India f **Uw Ch w Chow B beautiful and money in ca>h, and the balaicion a credit of one Neck Tie.-, Silk and Velvet, Fine Col' na. Luiiin's Extracts ant an assortment
ir Tabla Black an.1! Pearl Silk IIoe> .
interest 1tottet and who vear. Purchasersrill fr title e.Si'Jc of Fany: Toilet Articles, at very low trites.Iavi.4' .
n r-; ', to show an nn< patriotic men, have been 1 cau Sp-mKh Olives, pay putters aaJ Kill Gloves, assorted, Parn Killer RadwnyX
small ) this \villifjt jly alienated from it- their 1 Pa'jinitHnd 1JEXJ. F. WIIITXER.llastcr Ready
( C' :i i i ,1 way temporal original in Silk Mitts, Clit.lnizetts, .- uwl's In lia Choasf! >cjsp.R .

., >.t Let US haua beginning Vciion for tie! Uiiion-to diffuse universal 3 n .'wted Reserves, November Il8l.4m fit [Sentinel Ctuuicery.U" Lace anJ Swi Capes. Collars ami Cufi. >*e's celebrated Plasters, ant! other Family 3IOII
: : "
ccmtideiice in its pennanenry, and to i.npart 1 Jams Ladtes and Gents 1*. C. HandkardJefo, dc, icines.
(M 1 Saad! Cream. All of which t.tTtrn the
a frc-sh imjH-tus to the flourishing interest and they meet reaonatJe Javne'd Medicines, Ac, do,just received br
;' o. ,, K f a tatsr date announces 1 u Wlnvlcr Bitters, a fine tank, Quinine.A \etia\ *. LEWIS A A'MES.
uiir:1cu1Jus progress of our great Republic. 1 natural Piae VERY article f L'ETTOX A WHITAKEIL ..
(il.a Lonse :n Savannah (or Apples, superior < QUIXTXH,jrat receicd O4t'4l4eThl,1i1. -10 tf
t Harmony of the Democn.tii party for the 2 Sardines, at Apothecary and Drue Storo ofE. October 1851. 41 4t .

, ,ir,,(. v ol 1 i'riJngia: direct trade. Thus sj nke of the country, m-Jct now bo our watch 2 Enjjli-h Pickles, BAHXAKD. Jr. Middle Circuit of Florida. ;

,. ,,i. ,--iw, l--avoly: on. Wltcn ibis part word. VTo doubt not that it will be. WeexK 3 I *" Flavoring Extracts, October 23, 1851. 42 Sign of the Jlortsr. NEW GOODS. IX LEON CIRCUIT COURT.
preserved! Ghurer, dc.UKURY 0
i; ,,' !3.i -ii..ll 1ave become connected itj ct to see the Baltimore platform again & ROWLES, Auctioneer Ac. Kic2 and Onions.TUST : JAI ES M. V/ILIIA2I3 John (}. Gunii, }
eitcted the North the South the East and NovcniW 1 I3I. r*. > tlacliment for 370 I.
.:.t' V ,\ rti1-Oa4 cuu'nuneatn, we received and for f ale. 13 now retY'iving l.is Full anil Winter sippy of FranclM.. I iwrence. )

rtLitiU csta1ilii1iod witli the Wett, rallying fraternally upon it ; iitid ,, J. IL WILLIAilS.Octolwres NEW GOUl) to which! he calls the attention r I E Defen'lant, ai I all 1 other ? intere teJ

. i 1 i1iiil the tiag of our (Jnion floating triumphantly Brandy. 1P51. 42 of his cn-itociers and the public generally. Hi.- .1. are hereby notified of thu institution person t.f thi-suit 0
?$ EIGHTH cask* superior Pale and Dark Otard stock is well selected and aJjpted tu the seuson-
: 1U3t1L! o\er it. llit is the platform of the Nation by i'njct"- of Attachment, ami are forth?rmore re1*
- al Democracy-of State Republican 44 Brandy, a nare article purcliusod under Custom Groceries and Provisions. embracing quired to- appear and plead to the declaration filed
Iaop3ia latclligeacs.v sovereignty House luck awl key in New Y rk.BKRUY Gunny Dagsing,
tberein wilhia the tiaie law.
liberty and the platform of the Con fctiljsrnVr w just receiri-ior a fre,b of prest-ribed bv
: supply Kentuckv! .
havfibvvu three arrivjils & HO\VLES, Auctioneer., tc THE lit) IL"
ro oui 1a.t tire stitution. Xovember 1,1 51. 43 (and re'p'eetfully Do f.aie Rope and Twine,

. ;;, ._ llfrmann on the ISM uilh On lite other hand how for a.-kH a eh-ira of public p-itrcim.) consisting in P potent saving October 15 1R51.
41 3m
of Flour fl8]
jwrt I'wrk, Lard: Butter, Cheese. Su- _
,_ ,?' J( ':- _the L iftgara on tbs 25tli the Union will be the V.7hig party in the ap. Strayed1flOM ffjirs C..f'ee.s Texs Soav.| Szareh. C.'u11Fulton 1sset Brogans,
Kip taOsuaburgs In
Itli and the! Partfic the preaching Congress: -five iti tlio HIT ButOTiUr on the huh nit.. a P.lnck Market lJcf. Salmon, Sarth'nes 31ackerel Chancery.
, < \ > t'. oa Eighty two Crackers, (Georjris Mills)
Mare ;
Mu. jib.mt 14 bands l. < h, 4 "Id last GADSDEX CIRCUIT COURT.
? year Candies
Pickles fcc i'e..
liondred and in the full I.iiisevs Woo! hat,
thirty-three Kt-rseyj .
. measure
i tie lltly The Ilennaun Spring vi-ibe! marks collected. infbrniariiiii
. wt-'i ( :!I1L tn' ; MO Any Uw
an assortment of Wood mtn-l I Willowware.C. Cotton Yirn best Southern milt Frances A. Ru-sell, )
of their btrength for the Union If this be rJxetiiig the >aiJ lluio will b j tlmnkfullv! re- ( .
-lij.i iu cottan 4btM' U. AUSTIN vs. > Bill for Divorce.
-- j i ; i-iijTovctncul; Crockery ware, ltisda are,
the only |Tuic n ii tie! c.-ivwl. auJ nm4i :
patty country, pray any cxJeu'Le | Phoenix Wr'liata' Ruell.. 4
BailJing. next door to IL) K. Uull'j.SadU.rv \V od ware. Groceries, )
* :;.dv i-c Pttt no cha gf iu prices, the delivery of s.tii male to m-s a* this jtlacu 0
: what is to become of the country ? V at a EstablisLnietit. A lire assortment Shirtings and SLeetiD, |>earin; othe satisfaction of the Court, bj 0

, i''.: :':c i !' a ftL-diiie of an eighth tad rtT.jibor: of diutriotuVls fil! the land I It DAVID S. BRA NDOK. October 25,1'.51. 42 Zi Calicoes, Checks, Strij-es, affidavit in this came filed, that William Rui-'
Thcraasville, Ga, November 1 teal. 43: i If nt
sell the Defendint in this resides the
Ca iraere, &c. car.3-% beyond
tli-1 sailed. the Union and the Constitution and Drilling-, ,
,, : :IIH fi c Niagara every of this Court, and cut ut the State of
PROTECTION INSURANCE COMPANY.11AIITFORD A choice a5''rtraent ol fancy g'xxli, (lifestyle ])
and valuable it institution- Notice. .
thing good
". '. u'' '..I1!! i --t!' Colt MI OH !iandt *21.; our t-: Full prices ijivt-n for I Hides, Tailow,&e. Florida :

I : : .iidotI 1iud t9OO rest upun ILeir sJioutileiv, IKHV uepiorabi? is o N the firt Miwtoy in December next, r.t 1 o'clock. CONNECTICUT, All of which are offered at lowes-l market prices It ii CrJereJ, That the said Defendant do appear, '

last the predican"nt of all of them! just now A. M, I will sell at Public Auction bvton' Capital tock, 8100000.: by J. M. WILLIAMS. plea I, answer, or demur to the aid Bill of Com-
il sii-jb
T i1 at Uterjoot lfM
i year Wh.t: gmntl itiducemeiit des the pnUanfp5 the Court ilhinivithin three month, or said Bill will be taken
> ,
:> >.( ) !ii! >. iel tapuiy confetti, and tf.is cause be set for hearing
lo wit pro
3t for good, of the Whig l bohi! i outto : J- is repcud to take rik a.ain-.t Fire i/n buil.liijn -
T... \uc .- ji'"". rs" t'jrougu aaeaster, party, ( ie hun ired and twenty acres of Land, known a* anu their coctcuU, on the fav be Here I Am. at Ice next Ttrm of the Circuit Court for Garden

1 ,! ;. !h ;-inJ' M tucUester, cxfitcd great at--( th i friend s of th? Union lo join their ranks! the W. X. W. *. Stsc U, and the N. E. i of the X. i F. II.host FLAJG'.r. terrns. to certain the County in March nest ; and that this Order b'pub- t

T1 .' of intended Wluit hanuoiiy, or quiet r.nd safvty, among K J. Jstsc. 15, iii T. 1, C. 1, South and \Vust, lying in TolLihasHce! October 25 1851. Agent. ]FAILIXG! pr.rclia-w property on sea li-jheil in si.me newspaper pi inted in this Stateor.ce
: i. :r M ere rumors 42 (1.4 Jure, to attend to the wants of the a week for thiee months,and that Complainant takd -
Jj 'n
< M t$1d110f social Slate:; : honor County. ------- _.
vjin tV i CLI'I t'NI.ilt't. The 1'iince progjvs. --- Cither of Taiiaba.--ee an-1 the balance of our work!
i : $ Nt'ni slavo testimony ia the caa e. 13th October, 1"31.J. .
Maria about and
> < 82
. .1. 'Li"! i- > !: ))4'i 1)1It g a candidate lorthe lationul: dignity and American supremacy, a1'wt lt '. aged years, Na.'iyaged Fall and V/inter Goods.E All who iatuul pun.-ha.-in:; gouds will fiu.l it to their U'AYLES BAKER, Judge. _

.\- .:MT.ie rn.'jfli troops are leaving among young mc'ii-to fraternize with them Sold by virtue y.ear of a D'snw' in Chancery in T.eon wiWriber are now receiving their stock of intent to call before their" let the money .*lip from A true ropy-Attest,

U aul i'i" 1' >po wiU be under ib J piotec- A party under whose imbecile and plod Circuit Court ii: the ca-*of Matthew taker lii.d others J- XEW GOOD3:;, consisting in port of tho follow their October fingers 18, 185!. 41 S. S. XIGHT.tf Pk. C. LESTER, Clerk. _

ding iidurit.irtrr.tiun of affairs, the Confederacy vs. George Syford and Wife. Tf-rni< of sah.! cAh.IL ing artifli: WILLIAM II. MITCHELL, 0
t ItT \
t < : :-
Solicitor for Complainant. '
T. BLOrKElt, 1'Uiu and figured Jloaaliii da Lames,
has rent in twain iho Union
-f-n <<' -\TC3' ATO UoKrVSON: RlldI Sj>eciul Master iu Chancery. Jlarcg-o de Luine, Bagging and Rope. OctoTwrt9, ? >!. 41 3m .

I I. d! a IIu.-: --jaatl Co., Sugar Ikfiu.iikvL party A stjuud of i ighty-fivc iu the nationai November 1, l8l. 43srifrs 5t Plain and fitrod Uirc-g'c, LARGE ht of Gunny. Kentucky, and Dundee In

, :'.. .:, !. Liabililien eatiuiatc-d {:"ongre&s, seeking to infringe t! c Conatitulion Plain and I'Lud Gingiuuia.Mnzarin A Baggmg.; ALo, a lot of Rope anti Twins. For Chancery.
bv of its imlicv J3ale. blue and MIDDLE CIRCUIT OF FLORIDA-INDEX GADS- _
11't .;; //. every nieasuie 4imjiotgnt > >nt cuujeatie Alpaca', sale by S. S. KXIGHT.
to carry measure, the Union virtue of certainvnt< of fieri facias Cli-uigeable Poplin*, October 18. 1851. 41 tf CIRCUIT COURT.
:.. f, L < > fiaatemnla land arrived any ,
: ( B
] Gr de Rhine and Sinchew
We the of from tlhCWk's ffRc. of tin- Circuit Court forth
past hope men Virgin
) young 0
I Culiaa and S and
w t> prisoners, a Boots and
'- County of Lm, Ms '*Hc Circuit of Florida! wlicrc- Shoes.
..- .L' !., irjcj jV r their promut iiiL ia, who are about to asuue the highest prerogative Belt and Velvet do.1'ont. Thorns S Sad!, William C. Snell, Julia F. RImond -
in Ji'.tucs K. Jir fe Co. and others l'laiitiiE .
of the eilizt-n, will reflect UjHn the >n mc nr: j fl'f'. bacc! ItalianThibbt Cravat'i, UST received, a fine a.-H rtment of ,Susan J. Little, and Jenette V. G. DonalJm -
; ihfldftkOfllVLJ. .
: und Vi'iiliuni! Lye, d I.ccasd. iDtif ndant: I have J Ladies Black and Colored Gaiters
Shawl, Krbroikrej Lasting Executriv of the la.--t will and testament oC
inducements and which Shavb
peculiar attractions Cape
',! i <<: Sriij: lia-s confcrred a p fiaips,
presented Lr tlu .i< boastful impottuts to HuU'ttt dff-jr in fit1! city of Ta4tlias'eeon! die
Jlonday Enamelled Bu
: 'tvK{! on tlic widow of 5cncr- lx.bi! EIs Cambric and Sv >kinsDo. Love.Sheriit and ff officio Administrator, Jrlo-
. j<)iu their orgatizatiuu." 1-t lay e*. Slippers an J CusIIn: -_ _
.. i. ro -, ;, rtioa; of the guiluut eer- laubruiJered Mu-in! Collars luI non of the estate ot Susan S. Snell, deceased.IT .
itoriit fif th.! psii.A Ii.f.yi't! tVi1I-.ii 1.
Lanen Caiul/nc liuk'fa. from DA Calf Ba-kii'.H and Booteea.; appearing to the satisfjclion of the Court that
: L'Iatid.ntjaJQuetjen.. } ctf. to $1 00
in tlra following described) the ,
Doa't Like It property, beloriirmij to ALSO
}'reurh Ltwn do, W.ilum; C. Snell, one ol! the above named L'e- 0
The Macoa Messenger and Jattrna! is op- i-ftttU' of his father, William L '?, decoued, to wit: II-i-ion! Xett Cap Xetf. Hgcred and Plsiin Misses Colored Lasting Gaiters, aJantsreside* beyond he limits of thisStateand
The W. i of die X. W. St-c. 33. T. _', IL 2, X. & E. Midi. Swift*, Cambric and -I Ii. Kid Walkitiic Shoes ami Bns.tfns in the slate of Xew Yorkand that Thomas S. Snell.
S. .-/ i of the 17i nbkno p&ed to the re-organization of the Democratic The S. E i of the X. E. 4, St-c a.2, T.J.. K. f. X. i K.M0bu IV.Kiwt Cord long Whale wotictIVrlin Bouc Mu4jus, Da do. and Morocco Bootees, another ot suiJ fenilants, i* supposed iu reside

: j itI;: 1 ( sect to tlie future party ia ( eOrgL. Jn course" it is. one'4 uiro a wxajiaji i' Hnrri!, at:.d 18 v ..r.-". New York H51L Lrfig Cloth, And a fine awrtment t>f CliilJrtn'j' Leather, Morocco beyond the Limits cf this State, and the United

Prit1s! 50 J/lIr Lawn Irish Linens and Potent Leather Shoes. stairs,but s h'se resider.ceis unknown ;
Tho hass idea ,
M3H'nfr of for the
uo losing 44 a
: li:1ts: Dnocraey ou Ivy, Taylor, 2
.. CIiit.lreus' Torst'4 hIoe, // M therefore Ordered, That the said WillianC.5nell .
' I Wl.ig; PVeudi'i-iUul cav.diditte the votes of the ilui-m, i '4 ladies superior Merino Yesti. Gents fine Calf Boots ai'pt'ar and! plead,answerer demur to the Bill
.. Lovie 1 upoti; a- the property uf iaid dcfcmluut, and G. & J. !).> Imitation Stitched Rx>fc. of Com >iait t fil<"d in the above! entitled cause ortcr
LL !, v foiffi.-The Democrats %vhom it humbugged Into the Union to b nol j to aatify: naid writs of fieri faria. MEGIXXISS.
, < M TIK j October 25 1851. D 42
.. .. .. !. -, t'.u: fiif>t from a pro.eun., alias Whig rank in the! late election. IL T. BLOCKER:: Slieriff 4t Ilo. Calf Shoes rail Bootees, Thr-m.w S. Snt-ll within the peri .d of nine raonlhi

: : ..I i i r.t.e4.,1ld from aa caft-con- Should the Democratic party be re-organised, Novtanbcr I, 1SI. 48 St Groeer1e.I Da Kin Bru aii* and liossetts. from the date of the puSlication of this Order. cr

: -ALSO- the said Dill will be taken pro ronjestoagainst
. ,' :.vie pres"S of Alabama, iadito all die Messenger's 1-ibar will have been Notice.rPHE 1 tTSroccirii, per Wm. IL Patea, from Xew Or- Youths fins Pegged Boots, :hem : ProetJfJ, That legal publication ol this 0

> : harmonise die conflictarty St ic1liol 1(4rs I J loans half welt iio. daDa Order be made in published in thid
throw away, for it looked beyond the mere ; < ( of the Southern Life Insurance Bays some newspaper
: : t' '' ;!i,. in that Stile. TLis I t Trust C'inipuiiy ore )lit
. -, !.'.'h we arc inclined to tliiuk, election of howell Cobli when it raised the nwH-Uui? of the Stockholder will be held nn the first 5 Casks Canvassed Uauia, For sale l l.>rr (and no mutake) by J. U'AYLES BAKER, Judge, &.c.A .

'., ., t < ,, iu TttllaUasxfp f th ol 10 Kega R C. LESTER, Clerk.October .
> ctw a of a Board of
"". .:<. ;ti! ivquircthal the part party. It calculated on carrying its wooden 11-utee4.: unrct'aWy to the charter of mud Company.Xoveiflbtr 60 CbU. Flour. IS. IS' i. -It 4mmSm! 00

-j i i all the 8outboru Jlnte>.- and 1 thfil. 43 St It. LYON ".) do. Vihi.kiw Dwelling House for Sale.
hoiise into Troy, not stopping at the Cusber.
'l' LanlOiC Notice.
: t1iiughioiit Ii'a l.ordiTS, 2do. OX the firt Mondiy ia December next being De-

d ( ee in tie ;t1justtuiit? gate But the democracy of Georgia will In Chancery. 2 Pk like. : T 1-t 1851. will lx* sold for ca.-i, to the I JOSEPH II CARO. Keeper of the Spanish Archives .
. 5 Rose Star CairHca.Al"0 highest bidder! bfore the Capitol in the ci' of Tal- Ofilce of Pensicola, atulfoumitsioued
"< bui "h ai.j have linenV"'i see through this artifice iu time to leave the LEON CIRCUIT COURT. f duly quahilej
heartily as we SO IJushel- Seed K -e. For sale lirIJEUaY LiIia.--ce. Lot bl, &i, 83,8 1, and 85 in the North Atltluion in an.! for the State of FWMa, EVcarabii -
). 1 toit, \ t the time has come *!unnu. floating wreck of federalism. The tricksters Albert C. Jordan, Complainant, 1r d noWLES, AHCJaraiecra, .lr. of wul city. Upon tliii property Ls situated County, by his Excellency the Governor of tho

( 1.1.: !,.. i,.,, n uir.'S that niauifefctallll'Wv rave and 'curse, but their curses, like *. )j. Divorce. October 25, Ib51. 42 the C4bIur.tOdii)1t4 dVeI1ttL-1i'M-C. to.! at preselit occu. State and County aforesaid:

1 \ .vjld e-ase. IV 4 arc con1 may Lucy J. Jordan, Doffndant ) 0 pied by the irolL \Vayles Bake;. It is, in every TuU i ii to certify to all whom it may or s-hall con

x 1 t-l-"A tswfurt' of its young chickous, will always coma homo to TT' apet'rue.| to sat5factiun of the Court, by af3- Crookcry, respect, one of the rmstt desirable residences j: the cern, that the ll.rtia} e Deed, bearing date the ninth

I : : r diseaswoM caof roost. davit iuid iu tiii cje, that the Djffri'huit, Lucy r'ecivetI city. l'eri'on.s wl-hing to Lair. would du well to call day of September, in the year of our Lord one thousand

It.. iItkaf resuming in iis J. JurJan, rcniucs bjyuod tlu li ;its of thin Stutu so WE Glass bare and Stone a Ware jood a.'sortznt! cf Croctery, anil examine it before the iLtv" of sole. *-ight hundred cu l twenty, from Octaviua Mitchell

i I J ," /l' "'s **r wneadrtK'ut, cjui < uly iu aetl Thro sm Overboard. that the her ordinary pcuce.Ni of bubjuuua cauiiKi bo ecn' J tonal, flat and wiu-ire Dar, Iran, October 18, Ih51. 41 'Tt to John Forbe-s upon an undivided half of the

I; I ',' "J'.R'rB' < eairi aad c n |iacliijg The X. Yr. I'ovrwr 1 is out in upon ; |> cnid Nail, Rod Baud, Hoop, and 11. 5. Iron, Lind* heknjng to the ApalacLieoIa Land Confpnny
trj \', h(jj,, 4 Enquirer //1 in rffnir0rl rl. Tl at defendant appear un.J New Goods. in the Counties of Franklin, GaJ-dtn, Lc-n, and V"aknlla. -
whose Americau Blister Steel
pan t : :. ? party favor of Wtbster for the It uid> answer the Hill * Presidency. says ISacfcsmitL-: Anvils Bellows Vices,& Hammers "I UST received fr the La'Ki>', n day according
t ,'. :t 'I'"c'; es, the country ow -? j jv ml or 1fore the fir-t Jloiiday Iii March next, or said Collin* Ch.b. Broad nut Hand Axes *J Plain and Pbii.l Lu his nomination would to ciec ,
:zjd; ( 'lieh equivalent 2:1 lull will be taken for coifoei! airiuist her: 0
NarraIlet4ts said
mlnuuL'4tratler of the Join Ft rl
1'Iain the
iu all with and Watt-red IVj-kirw, Bronule, es, on
of fcizo-s Bareges
j ,- Xails a general assortment of
l'j"j(, rrassed and tiireateood iu j tion. The Washington JlcjmlUc endorses J'roi4I, h'>W"-r, That notic* >f tLLs.Order 1 be pub- Cutlery. Barege De Lriaes, Plata nut Printed Tusucn third judicial protocol, now en file in my office, at the '

L 'Mjlfftjjl' MBK\l hICh 4 C *1 t 111"**,Ml VI- Ii-het1 in nome iiBwapunor i'i Talbihu s* for three _ALSO IV'irt l, Plain and! Striped Dress) Silka, margin of ton 1 mortgage, and in my presence; he
Tin f 41* *4 %* **34'l'i the article from tho Courier and hcnco we --
I lflOLLtIli4 before the intid frt Mondiv! Manh
r in iwrt lull
: Rnsset 1)t,. it lo. Clack do. do liaviiKj ackiiowktged! to have received sa'i factiou
a tn int"rforevilli the local :SOO pair Dions'' 1'rogan',
infer that Fillmore is be thrown overboard J. U'AYLES IJAKBlt. Jad u, &c. the end the effect
i- to 100 do. Boy do. do. Plain. Black nn-l Watered Silk MantUIa, of same that of said cancellation u -s
: !
ir-j. lli* l'gili.ute and October 27,1 51. Atte : Kid Silk Cotton and 0 to release and relinquish from this date the said lands
I, tl Meat and black thick Beaver Gloves,
: and Scott ditto. 1 It remains to bu seen \\huber 20*) > Boys Brogans,
.. Iiiitg; of Fedenlism. I1& OSCAll A. JiYERS, Clerk. 230 dda tb.! do. da kip do. KmbroidcreJ II. S. and! Border L. C. HJkcTs fr. m the lien of the said mort aj e ; all of which wa

It.' fxistence, vUaliU', energy the friends of the latter will consent to see November 1,151. 43 SmGUXNY 5(1( do. Liulius Lcath-jr Pegged Boots, Lilt Tlircad! and M>i'Iin Edgingi and Insertings. duly suited, sealed,and acknowleped in the said ciort-

u IL: iir lii latter. Gt-nt's Caf.! Kid un.1 Goat Ik French wi.rkM Ct1c' Collars,Cuds A C1)enuIZCUa, gage's margin, before me and Walker! Anderson, witrif -
1 tablihi *1Zt their favorite thus laid on the shelf.'I'upprr's'Four.M ; 1opt', still. laos;, .tc. tB -*,
Lyi. t.. t t2.C! is 'VJP, Youths roiil Jli.- eShoes.. 1iu'Land! Colnretl t-mb'd CaJmtre Shawls, fei* r.r-U at the execution of the same, by the>
Uili no such tUna the ;; Baling, (a superior article,) -ALSO- White Crajie bhawls said John Inncrarity, aa the administrator of John
I'' I9Vip3ts of $ Martin I FarquharTup- do. Ilaliu Tttinu, .
', tat' sovereignty, White and Colored Silk; Bonnets Forbes, deceased.In
: 100 bunches larD, Xo?. 3 to 12.
I ., flfti ( '-' < an4 ii limitation of the per, who recently \isiU'd the States, i 5.-;, it is K< ntucky ILupe, New York Patent Rope AHf whicii wdl be st,ld as low as in the mar Straw and Leghorn do. testimony whem f I have Hereunto set my
ci '*'* "'f! "' s-iid about to produce history rather a Liverpool Salt, Iron un-1 SteeL In st>. any Iiand and affixed the seal of office
, | /'' iioraltJovermnetit, and we a or fir ale low. rejau kct HidcH. Tallow and Bjewuc taken in trade, for Blr.ck Silk Lare for Mantillas, my at
fc''i' "'!lliUuts! nf Maiac lliat Uiey sketch of American writers.MAHEIED.. J. JLOct4.ber WILLL't.I& vhicli we will allow the highest market price. Pii.k, Blie! and White Bonnet McsIIn, [L ?.1 IViiacoa! on the 27th day of Auirust. A;
25 1851.
-'i 42 1.). 1S1.
< Black and White Silk Il.we, Cottroi do.
fir the eiebce 01 I'lJtVCt' October 25; 1S51. 42 HEIIl[ t RUST.
'' LJ Black: it Colored Gaitfrs Kid Sliptiei & Bons.{ JOSE :E. CARO.
. !T'' 'Ia> ''ul if!'10 l'uiou i JK*, as
y il, .i"0"''*: )HIe {Treat Suite
] t !' iidivjdu1' States but the rerl mom n#, : Utli ullimo, by UKIlcv.. S. 1'. Jlicliard, *-\ Crock 'ry-\vuruHollow-wsiro, .stoiie-ware Wood.van' \ FINE a* >rtnwnt ju ;t opened, and for sale auLi. HEIR A RUST. TILlS! is to certify that the decree rendered against
c ( occupy Sa.d II.ry, IVxtts uiul I Shoes frioceiic",Ac.&c. prices to mat the thiies. October 1851. 42 tf the Trustee of the Apalachicola Land Company in
': '- J'1'.1 the ujuins of one of Mr. JOSEPH W. \VOOI D mid iliw IDA M.,&ugIerof ? All of which will be t-u'd low fir ctsli or R
r<" 1r'J"' l!) Conscience, to seek tho Dr. Jujn! D. Taylr,nil t f tLia place.In October 25, 1SS1. 42 J. M. WILLIAilS. October 25, 1S51. 42 Bonnets, &c.AX Forbes, iWea.d, on a petition for the foreclosure of

_ _ _ _
> ziljusj the
t.J-t d legislation, of the evils Miiiiticdlo, en Wwlncwby evening, 2'Jt'u) ult. a-'sortm of Silk and Straw Bonnets Artificial mortpijje from Octavius Mitcbtrll to Jolin Fcrbeson
Flour, Butter, 6c.1UST Plantation Goods. hinds belon in to the said has been
; Company
st ;
Vt V1'1'18"to ex 'n any ot cr<- by the lU-v.l: ]. S. Futh.-r. Mr.SA&IUCLl'ULKSTOX ; Flowers Wreath.sRonthesTab3Ac.of the
i Lmded from New Yrrk fully ati Ctl by the payment t& rue a? for
( l.i'6"1' s 1? fountain of jtractiabolilionistn. Kerseys Plaid Lm eys latest styles at extremely low rrices attorney
J; t( Mi MAJIY MAIIVIN, all) ,tl.atj.liro. HEAVY of the
< sai.l amount cf
aad Ii C Lts best tii.-hoii butter luncrarity. said decree and
wrkjir On the etherrodent C'ottons Osnabufjjs For sale by G. fc J. MEGIXXISS.
a tj a. a boxes bct-t Cigars Wool HaU, Ru 4ett 1rtigui'; a! of Michigan imlibes tie! Hats and Caps 10 barrels Flour issnwl uptm said decree; and I further certify
CPlJ1iCiii Kentucky, GiLiay Sea IsL-iml P.rjr rlnr.F..r .
: doctrines that tho Slates lire t ocou 2aks Porter ; Hats Boots Shoes that, ujion the transfer by me to the said John Inner- t ,.l.lI .ltTradOth0
> nil fcortft,just rwccivcU and for sk! Cur vr. sale by G. & J. MEG INNIS. Caps, ice.T7ASUIOXABLE .
eprati.' Rovercign, and independonti OF \V. T. MiTChELL C boics S mp, October 2 I8I. 42 4t Moleskin Hats arity, ndx'iinitrator, of the amount so received by me. 0
(* Pilot Water Crackers Butlor Cracker Soda he cancelled in duo form cf law. and in
Uzj.d Bread my presence;
i>t is true, in a confederation, November 1,1P5I. 43 tfYouth's JL1: da Cloth! Caps
i'Caeh ISixuit A. IL FELKELL.XtoKr Flour Salt llama &.G. the original mortgage, as stated ia the foregoing certificate
t ,
>u'ircinL'' within its limits and Boys do. do.Do. .
own of Jose E.
"14 ( EMJ.
Children's and 25, 1851. 42
| Boy's CiotbiajiSOilK
tiotu'i L1ig aIisoIut' Control over its own in tituw.nowW.r 1 r'SACIS Ui-erNNA! Salt, Glazed do. Witness, my hand, thv SOth tiny of Auqnist, X85ij
of \\Lkh: w very Iond.iome, just n-o-ivtHl 1 by 1tu: 150 Sicks Alltini A85(4T1f'l1! Colored WCH! Hat, WALKER
t tIie tt. much he may litJikv rfaviryI W. T. 2HTCJ1KLL.X Groceries, &c. 50 Table Pearl Fur Mexican Hats, Octohcrhl.1S1. AXDERSOX..

I* W tract' he wH fl that, practically! v nbcr 1, ISZl. 43 tf }A SACKS Sewl Rye 4 barrel OnionA -., 100 I1.XM Meni Calf Skin Boots and Shoes rki_ AdvertL, Apalachicola 40 8t 0

nothing to with it J and is no more A\ 40 bbk Ohio Flour, 8 do. Potatoes 6000; l lit.! bacon Sides Ladies' and Gentlemen's India Rubtar Shoes, copy. 0

fstttM., lor its exiktence in Jeorgia than Committed 4 ca-ks Sides, 4 Imxoa Star Caiidlca, 500 IK Sugar Cured Haav, Do. Kid Walking Shoes and Slippers, Middle Circuit-Leon County. 0

rtt1 eZiti4tIe O JaP. in MrtntJct-llo Ji'ffi SO barrels Hour, 1 tierce Rice, 10 K-gs Lard Da Cloth Tipt Gaiters
( hi Cuba. IIece the injor- T rccn County, Florida, aCe of keij1- tho the 27lh! ult at a runaway negro man. about Oranges nnd Apples. Just received from New 70 Ij.ls. Extra and Superfine Flour. Uo. Colored and Toilet Slippers 7'5. }. Sum sworn t >$144J50.

,eletaI udmiuistratran of theN 22 v ars of ao, \vl*<> say* hin'tianio is IIJenj? >rotipli Orlt' iu, und for rale low for cath bv Jlwt receivt'4 and for sale by S. S. KXIGIIT.OctobT (I. i J. MEGIXXISS.OcfoberCS James T. DafTm. ) As > .it 0.ryilK .

tiflerflinent -
all out of I'ederal hands ; nod be1ing tx 'thomas I I. Tripktt, but hired for the October i5,1851. 42 A. II. FELKELL.AyKV 18, tS5I. 41 tf 1851. 42 4t dof'ntant! ,and all otters umi interested, are hercl '

SJhn.7 """SN Uc importance of )prclr year Jo a Mr. Jl lgsou of WakulLi County. Said HOgro by notified of the institution of the above suit, -

uhe.lovlcrarut8 froti obtaining any man i* aljwut J> foct 10) indico higb-nil'c testt'ti1CIutfaitm Ht .c. tyrup 33arrel3.SniUJIJARRlILS 131anctsICcrseys, &c. and are required to appear an-I! plead t.a the declaration

eu .enaiancitt f4ot1io1i in tliQSu113. Z1uLIk. Hi* owner !b rcfjyMcd to take him away : t'rtnic'nt' of late tyl
Tbce; objects we btllcvc ai'i pay all diaries, WILLIAM WEST. Jailor. New Y '-k. J. }L WILLIAMS. 1Ju I BERRY i ROWLES. aivl lan' 'ya. Just ruccivc 0 ARC11ER A CORLEY, for t'IIL "

can ZiovcmUr L81. tj U October) 25, It51. 12: October, 51. il : October 25,1851. 42 J. 21. WILLIAMS. October 18, 1851. 41-3a *
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JJ .. ILUTovle :- : -
UJI.miLHlljrif J.
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i : P. P. LEWIS tgcll SUttcrtiscments The most extraordinary
M. D. TJiPf & thereat A mtd.Jirtlan
Amendments to the A. E. XAXW ELU Myers and Z't
Florida.T .
Local Dentist Tallahassee
PAPY -- -
: CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF FLORIDA.Adapted MAXWELL & HAVE on hand,and are now rirfivinsj new ad immpdiIV In Chancery.IN II. G. I'arrell's
OOMS in the building
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW, assortment of GOODS, ConoiLil'g' of v r---r ) new ArabUjHE >
Gold L-vor Huntin Watches Ic.a etch Eat of the Fo't ( hiee. where LEON CIRCUIT COl'RT.

A t by the Fifth i:< nnal AntmiVy, and pullithedinpurfttaHce TlLLVIIAMCi, 1LOKIIIA. Gold Anchor Lever; do rTTyiio will bo found, unles pn-ffsionally William W. Chcever, Complainant, T miraculous cores performed fc? ix

k of Article XIT, Sicttvn 2, Fvbnutri151.. 5 S.lvcr Lever Hunting do engrmgetL September 7, 1S&P. 35 rs. phyician mthedayscfM ?? *K,.
of Ihe Cvn tttution.AN upon a- the result cf marie, bat imf. 5--
.j ; Silver Anchor Lever do Ellen A. Erockenbroush, widow and adminif raf fix We
DOWNING I ,? PREMIUM COTTON GINS.ET. come intimate with the hUtoiy *'
CHARLES VY. Lapineand common do ol William H. Crcckenbron, deceapd, Lucy we cam',.
ACT Jo amend the EtevenlhCtaueof the Fifth ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW. I Gentlemen's and Ladies Do nnj Pia.a;
4 ., $ Article of the Con'titutiun ot this State ; and also Florida.t of Ear and Finuer King Gold Guards and *. Cotton GUI Manufactory, have the s ati W. Rroekes.brouijh, George L. Rroekenbroush, taintnecUin the knowledge ef '" ***:j:

:. : i to amend An Act amendatory of the Twelfth Tallahassee, Keys, Fob and Vet Chain, Seals, Gold and Silvn i tacticn toannounce to their patton* and the Planter George S.Hawkins and Mary R. Hawkins, his wonder rf the azu, while t the J4me'tnmeu! *,'" '

$I Clause ot the Fifih Artirlecf the Constitution of : Office nt the Capitol Pencil*,Gold IYn ,Gold and Silver Spectacle*, Gold generally, Ihrongheut the Colton gniwin;; repion wile, Th .ma* W. Hrockenbrough and John W.Brrckenbri'tigh pnceof ChemisT, which w'lhihemk *.

: tim State, in J ai pled by the Third and Fouilh March IS, IfM. 10 tf Sleeve, Collar and !iO"tn Button*. Silver! Pearl, and that they ate prepared to supply any number infant children of John W. Rrockerbrough.dfcpased wa Iu the ie tr.t the world a sealed fcijJV ''

t' : General .%i4em1IIIt'' so a* to give tbe Election olJnJz Shell Card! Ca** s, Gi-U! and Silver Thitnblt-s, fin* of their celebrated! PKKMIITM GI.N*. Lucy B. Maxwell, Elizabeth in Botany they were the most zrali ns tft *

; **!) to the People W. G. M. DAVIS, Far.' Silrrr! and ttufTalo! Combs. Where these Gins have been once ,ased, it would V. Maxwell!, Simeon Maxwell, Margaret Chsm- the beautiful groves which yksrt tkedn* '8'*,

1. But enirteJ ty the Senate and 1.\%' Also, French Mantle Clocks, Table Knivc*. Ttt deemed cf biaabound rare plant and cirrous ': '
SECTION ATTOUXEY ATHNS be unnecesary (lor t Ihe Manulacfuierto ray pun Sin*, widow anti administratrix Wtllian! wor, ,

I Ilepretrntnttreiioj: the Mate of Florida taken hi< a'.od'! at Tallaha* in General AMrmWycontenrd, That the Eleventh up Distiict *, Plated Spoons, Fork*, ("t am and Soup Ladles cbines have been bron ht to such perfection that Carter. Defendant sams, irdecinparable! ; .
: the Middle !
in the Couits of ,
Clium-of be I Filth Article( the Constitutionof Plattd Waiter, do. Tea Set*, Ca-tor. Candlestick their superior performance will recommend them, : virtue rf an Order of the Jud e of the Circuit poedand by whose stitnulatiDg,uing
this State ami Uo an Act entitled, An Act lo and "f Fianklin and. Jackson *, Solar Lamp*, Silver and Gilt Girandole in preferet ce to all other Gin now in uom. For the BY Curt of the Middle Circuit of Florida, eranted and Anodyne properties j it u, ,,

-* amend the Twelfth Clau- ..f the Filth Article <.I! M.rrh 'i. 1 lr.M) 0 Also, fine double barteiled Guiis, Shct and Game satisfaction ol those who have not mused the Gin, in thi cause on the IGth September, instant, we star.taneonlj difn'fd thren h iLe '

.; '_) the intitutiiin ol this Slatp. *o that the Jutlgeol -M. A. LONG & J. P. K. SAVAGE Car, and Flask fine pocket Knive Porte Monnif*, and are .unacquainted with their reputation the Proprietor will otTer for sale before the Court Houe door, in sm..ternataying! the most intenHepam. ,? ter. >
.. the Circuit Couitf shall hold their office* for the Port Folio* Violin* Claronct and Flutes Razor ibly short time if 10 or 15 nunote .
.. ffJ f fine need only say, that the FIRST Premiums! the City if Tall.ihafe, on the First .Monday inDecrmiifrncft. Ii-
.. lem of eight in tea .t. :, years 1. will atttaitknto *, Strop have been awarded them for the REST GIN exhibited at public auction, the fallowing described IIIthttPt}, :.
," be, itil the umt are hereby, so amended as praeticiii Lmr. give pxMnjit Rest quality and general or'mfnt of Perfumery, at the rreat State Fair held at A lanta.Georria LAN DS, to wit : danger. It penetrates the fiVsh to'hecontractpd -

Irea J alollow*. viz : That on the first Monday any ltu-iiM-i:' ttntrubted to their care. fcp., &c. TOWLE &. MYERS < : alo, at the Alabama and Gprrpia Agricultural! Five tlio'isainl eight hundred and forty acre of c nd*, ie-trres mjs e tn ln; ,,

I irittober) in th- year oip tho'i ati I eight hundred) :inly2 1S31. 2'J! tf Sej.lembf, 1S50. .JS and Mechanic'.* Fair, he M at Coluir.hu ; and! at the Land in Gad* and fifty.three, and on the (first Mmday in October annual Fair nf the Sruth Carolina Institute | out and rich blood tocirrulate! !'. -
: Firm. at Purchase at near and around Estffin l'.ri Blaff, being
',- ,. every nis van thereailer, there shall be elected by Bounty Lands and Pensions. Charleston. The C.tten sinned on thte Gin received six hundred and fully acres of James Innerarity's | I It restores the Syn.. ial Fluid rr J \\M\V "

.. theq.i&titieJeLector* ()each of the respective Judicial -I 1EAflD i nilKVAUD practirr- enpartneriip f fluE undersigned having trndearransfrmenl*with the fir-t Premium at the exhibition I eld in Reserve of five thousand acres, lyinjj t.cxt fo Robina this U the reason why it has bfn ,p HPIT- n

Circuits of this State one Judge ot the Circuit I .1.) in all the Courts of the iliddle Circuit of JL a competent and experienced Agent in I the City 'harle! >tf>nSmith Carolinaai.d; ai eviry Fair where llollinrpis three hundred and twenty acre tract at ce *f'd in cnnr.s all disease,of thr j, ,irf ,

.. Court, who( alull reside in the Circuit for which IIPloiy Florida. Office in TalLiliassee. of Vahinrt'n, and bt-inj; now proiidtd with! the aini-le* ff C .tlon from tl.tm have been Hbittd. the Sonth!) point rf that Reservp, as appea.s hy Innerarit''s ic affections! of the Spinp Liter, Lnm. !, r

beelecteJ, and continue in office for the tern JOHN HEARD. approved and r.qu i-itc forms, will I I I attend to i the collection The Pmpiirtet have in their poMessinn nntnerou deed to Joseph M White,and the rpmain-j this great .Arabian remedv sfard n"rar1! *
of fIN years tram anJ alter tbe firtt day of January T. W. UREVARD.Fe of 1 Cliiii; [by po.vers of attorney for Bounty ( cerlilicntes from Planter*, Cotton Crokf, (' mmision in five lhou and two hundred acres adjacent Azae Cake or Enlarge ment of tfciStr i irrn. v
next rjcceeditif his election, unless sooner removed runry 1. IRf.l. 4 tf Land, Pension*, and Claims Jrr Loes and Services Merchant, and Manufacturer of Cotton thereto, a' described in the deeds of the Apalachirola cific ; and for Rhewroati-m it ha-,,., Trt\\ *

under the provision* made in 1h14 Cpn* iJution for cpnn time United States Government.Olficcrs (Jnod-j, testiftinmhat the performance of the Gin, Land Company to Joseph M Whi'e. the most extraordinary cures rn r rt({ "T"

the rrtnoval of Jude; by addiesu or impeachment : SAMUEL HOYT & CO., and soldiers of the war ol Ibl2, or cfanyof and the sample* produced bj them, cannot be excelled Also, eighteen bur.drtd acres of. Land in Wakolb Tramps, Swellins*. Tains. U'nnd<. cj

AnJ for wiH'il neglect of dut\, or otb'-r iea< >nablc GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS the Indian wars since l"l'0, areentitkd fo Bounty bt any Gin. ever mannfacturpd. County, to wit : Lots number. nineteen, twenty, I'urnsVbite Swellings, Tot "rn, 4, /
impeachment l
'I : cause which shall not be -iit ground lor Lands ut.dir ;the late Act ot Cngre. For services All orrfei !fr Gin, eivjn either to our travelling twenty-five, in the Wa'cnlla ''UTPV. equally efficacious in dieasf rf .\rlr.
IN TIIV ELI.UG OF twenty-four
U 1 the Governor shall remove any of them rendered a rmderafe! compensation will be or lcml Alien! 01 forwardtn) to the Proprietor by and Lot number seventeen, (fractional. m IJartfieldiurvey Fistula,Poll F.cil.SeeeneySifIC.1: /;
the addres' vf \vo-thitd< oftIu t General Assembly -j Every Description of Agricaltcral Implements Farcv SprainV Crowes. \\
> on < n
charged, upoiidelivery of the warrant or theamour.t mail, tvil! always receive prompt attention. Gins and six 1un.iredacres in the Wdknlla survey per i. yr ,
: Provided, ttotoevfr. That the cauw, orcauo#, .VD .Lt evIxEl:r: \VindsjaiL*, Splir.t ; and for .
coliecu-d) D. I1 IIOGUE. will be sent to any part of the ccui.try, and warranted adjiiinmz lot number ninpteen-this last Wf> uitanla :
in such addn-ss and
i-hall be stated at length entirtij O and French Durr Mil! St Lu.V (;. W. HL'TCIUXS. satifactinn. either in nwnuibpasr.which rf.iptiration. ..
It L Otv-rffia >(> acres rpleas bv White to Rerrien.
That on the the caue Journal or* o caus.! each t',:shall! be provided notified,further to the, ...M.jii' C .lajeii. Cullia and liilfhi 1't4th.- March 29,151.! n tf JOS. L- DUTTON, A ent.Colnmbu The term* of sale will be as follow: Onp-fhird ..IbiS Litumttt stats at t rhe if"

Judje It* inteiidwi to be removed ; and he shall) be A'... every kind of IVoduc.rth anil! Svnth, and *, Ga., February 5, J551. 5 ly cah, one-third at twelve months and one-third at raedjcincs.Iier

admitted 141 a hearing in lusown d .fence, bctcre any < .OU j>aid for Wool, Ihdes, Deer Sskius, and SiLi|:ping Sight Exchange two year*-the credit instalments to draw eisjht percent Camp faint, EripeasSfRAirtncx

vote for such removal shall pa ?; and in *uch cases, Furs. rx NEW YORK, SAVANNAH, and MACON Pork. interest per annum from the djy cf sale, and

0' The vote !hi1! be ;taken bv veis and nayt., and entered SAMUEL IIOYT. HAMPTON L. BILBO.CKFETKXCIS __, for !-ale, iu s.ii5 LU suit, bvTHOMAS O n BARRELS Mess Porklanding from Brig UraJ the titles fo be conveyed upon payment of the I *t MARIOS Co. Kv., Mat nJlr

on the Journals of each House respectively.SBC. J. PERKIX'! J\ nus, and for sal! ; bvMc'XAUGHT instalment ; and in default if payment ef any of II. G. FARREIX-D*>ar Sir : Y nr L
; 2. Be.it further enaetid, That said election : October 17. l 'iO. 40 Asont Marine H.tnk.2ZTXA : & ORMOXD. aid instalment, the premises shall be re-scld at Uselliv: ? very well,and doiijr < v t e, ,

Mull conducted, an>i the returnstheieof, in : kctcs. Aynrasox & Co, SavannjJi] Go.FHANKI Newport, March 2. l51. UO the risk "I the purchaser, after thirty d-iys notice ntong the people. It has cnr"d a .,1 0 ,'e, :

the manner now pucribe l, or which may hereafter '. sx A BKAXTLEV uWFIKTFK INSURANCE COMPANY, "of such re-sale. rci.A9.and another of a amy nnni.; '. .

be j rp.>ccib<.*d by law, lor the election o1 member to 4' 4 fc PALMED, I HARTl-'ulID I C0.ECT1CU 1'. Cofiee, Sugar, Soap, &c. liK.NJ F. WIIITNER, A lady, who vra confined fc Yc b,.,

_ 4 Conceits ; midi It etiall be HIP duty of the Governor 4' SWIFT D&NBLOW
lo issue a corauii inn, under, the *fa\ of the State, WM. P. MILIEU & Co, Xcw Yfrk.Rn. O insured against ass \by lire. .h.. / 10 barrels StuartV yplww Sugar, in Chancery. HEART was entirely curf! 'i\i II., .

to the pei*" n rrei* mi; tlie highest numbei of votes i.Tx Xot'us. MA-IIX
in the Judicial District in which the election i isto B. Lo 'V!s, EMJ.. Xt-w Ix4hl .

*. IL S. MeCosiuHMJ, Wiliuington, Del. 'TO boxes family Stun, cured in a short lrne. 1 fesvthf i nRMrrMATiMi

SEC. 3.: Be it further tnaetetii That whenever pttnr 4 1851. S5 tf A. B. CLAEEE, 24 suprrior Tobacco. tlc, 4e.Landing Notice. for a tong; time, : :. .

-1 p Ihe General Asv.-nbly shall create a separate Supreme (rotSMFIlLY CHRKK U BT1LLMAN,) from Brig Uninii". and for sale by SIX months after date, I hall apply to the Judge spell if pa-nfd me so rowh th :f I f -j ,.,
Court Clwicery ourt, under the proxisIOQS Sonthera Hntual Life Insurance Company day ; and in the nisrht I consm. <-,' .
or < TTAVING pyrcha-ed :he interest of Jlr MeXAUGHT i ORilOIil Probate for Wa.ldnton County, fir a final *et- '
Constitution the Jude thereof s.ball of Louisiana.HAVING V?1 bing with joar Lir.imentandi-! .,
_ ot tJLJL S'illtran in their old bni.np. can be Newport, Marcia 22, Ifc51. 11 tlement and uL-t-hsrge from the estate of Joseph IX
be elected ia the manner ;provided HI KIP first section Ixvn apiuwtt-d Ai;< nt frtheabnveCorn- Lockey decca-ttL bing.the paiact-a- JO:1.N ;
J.ifnmd Hir old stand
I this act aij *'iall hold their ollices fur the came '! ArTJunji! it u'liu-cf-ar1.' t 0 dt-soii-. theiiiipr'jiTire .tt on Monioc *-trce', Bacon Lard kc. MARIA LOCKEY Atiafx.
bp ill n'f-'ivc i-i few ,
w neif w a days from >ew York ,
and be to alltlipproiisionsol t saidfi' t aii'! advant,* *>f t' o mutual iti'nrancepriiw
term, ;ubji.-ct Co & Stiff Complaint, fweeney. hitfrnp4.i, .
tic C"i'iilote Washington September 13,1 -51. JMJ 6m
| one 'tf! 1 ; asoitnienlt$ HtadyI A CASKS Bacw
p $eciioti : l'rof'ultdhawevir. That the Ju 'ees oi ihSupremeConrt !} '< woul'l! rt -]'. ftf'i'ly' ilrit: the con-idfratimi ] anti dctitleiiifn't LI Sides, _ Sore Ers Cur-iJ,
nt'idt L'totiiins J'anftGoads
hall be elected ticket f tli t"T.i.lii!! >nil Anvinfor- I 2 SlMmlKrs1ft
general '
hy ; < iM'izt1! < : vifin'.ty. In
off rt-d! .! iiiarfepl. Also zonenl Chancery. M. Mitchell, Postmaster it Fuf, Fs:>
i.i t ,
ever a ascriir.cut barre Me- Pork 3 C
amd the,Judsr ol Frttifh, I'/itJi, and Eef iaa Cfotlis, MIDDLE CIRCUIT LEON COUNTY. say :
25 Flour -
by feneral ticket,or by Districts, as the Legislature .-.ih--rll r. S. is. KXIftHT.X H.O. FARErttr Your
; Black and l"is'i D 't i.lits ./ / Caiaten, Black Mr Arabian Lr
way direct.S ,veii.n-rAlp.'i(>. 47 tf 2 barrels and 10 kegs Leaf Lard, AT CHAMBFE', TallaLassee, Sept. SO, .A.J 1S5I. here. Wecurrd
aii't Fig lined Si/4% a///i, Cmlimtre, and I'tleetI'ttiiniff 15 highly praised men rrn;
c. 4. lIe it fwtbtf tnattfdt That should a is .. Wlii-kt-y. James Nelson, } horses ci the Stifl Complaint by bni
uioh he
w ;iirpp to manulacturt at i< u
cithor the S ( THE TETJE MEDICINAL Just received Schr. Baniard. and for sale brMtXAUGHT
occur in ipretne, Chancery, or per
vacancy *. 1B21 Car DworcexIlarriet .
v I cured .fanov. *
tht sbo t'et noii-.p' and iii the mo-t approved !yle.Th1 applicationsand one own'
Circuit Court, by death, ipsisination, reinwal, or ; & OIlilOM).
J. Nel'on.!
COD LIVER OiL coirjmuuily ctfnfruily 'd ) Our Sheriff, Joseph Dkte. eir..v
are rc >ectiully rpoupt, ua
sha!! Ue the of the G t ( Newport, Man-h 22 1851.
wtbcfwise. il duty v 11 sarL-faction .
U of the Cortrt afS-
with he a'o
to Cdllaudes-iinitu- stuck brfore purrlM appearing by bad Cork it : tried if > r
l\ue a writ election to till i >ich vacancy, and be ill tb-; cure ot t Scrofula! Consumption, y in PCwhere. IT '
US2L"L davit wale! in thi that the defendant ,t. barf, am'cnp! 4diateiy.
; T .1 li. iid5 t'et co: }>er 2, l' 'iO. 40 Real ca i had the Distemper very d MIBIi
notice Mill Rock.
thpreul \ htna
loa t days' 'ii, tronchitiCotizh.
ball! give at sivty by proclatnatioi ?
NcL-on, re>i.it>* beyond the limits of this State, ?o that i He says it isderidi-c'lx the zm >.
and the Juil%nlil !>' 4 FEW IWr.nl French .
JOHN PHATORIUS Burr Mill R.k. 18 by the ordinary prtcess of Supoxa cannot Le served medicine he ever ustd. Tr -rt- I\ .-., hi.-
snail in nthce from the time he this vjliij'tle niedicine i i- received which i ,
continue qua ju-.t T2" inche s-ize. for '
Kile at cr.-t and ciar'e'. bvKewp upon her: cured of Sure E f9 with it. I IS-J.fjvtr: ; t.
idcs'undpr bis commiksion, which shall bo issued warranted pare, and of{ vtrv simeriorquality. [or TUT. L.VTJ: FIRM or nri.L t rILtTOuTrs,1] '
rt, May V, 1>;31. 13 IX LADD. / i* tin fort Ordtrfit. That sail Defendant appear medicine both tor man ani" besst.
imtneiilately alter thp. final canvass ci the votes by Forehy! LEWIS & A\E!
jTTOtLD: inf.-nn lil- fri >nd* nnd! tk-public and answer the Bill of Complainant filed in thi cau*
which his return determined : Prodded hotcfctr. May 2 t So'). 20( Tallahassee Fla.
j. \ t thai ho lian taken th store lately occupied ValuaMo Plantation for Sale. on or 1wfire the fir-t Monday in February next, or Beware of Counterfeits._T sisition. nee '
That khould it become nece* to fia such vacancy -
beiore an election can be aiy held under any the The Fire in Conway LIass.lr -I-by C. II. Ii!I. and !uj! <.iniiiij the ptore hi rely- r } PLANTATION whereon tie late fc-Lua II.B said Bill will lie taken f..r conft--ed agpin-t her: Read tAefoflmcii'S ('er.a.:j

thisConUtution, the Governor si,all have piovisionsot KPCujtie'! by toil .< Prt. rius,wluriho will Iw j plea.edto ;;r.l rnu-rly resided, ia Lt-on County near J'rorid'tl.; however, Notice of tht order he publi-h- THE Public are patticualy! r:>nhft .; ,.'

Hie lo fill ,;Jcit vacancy bv at-pomtuient, amiIbe ,; }' i inprt with rl'-icvre the foil-.win 1. tter from attend to the call- and traiiUof tlK! p who may be Lake Erie, containing 480 acre, cf which some 2 OO ed ia some newspaper ia Tallahassee &r three months Base Counterfeit which hasla'f!x r .t'e jance -

power appointed liall hold hit. office from Ihe the ('.!lwav Tool! C' mjirnv.! It-licws dearly di-1xmsed| to ptitniirw: him in hi- line of buima. are cleared. anti under cultivation. On the promises before said 1st of February next. and iscalkd by the Impi 5'er w1- r.kpiiB.

date person ot ins so cotr.tuiton until his succctis-ur shall be that the faith of the ; 'ilj'ic' in Uici/-i SJalauuindvr He ha r<* i\cd, by the late arrival*, a rlu>ir? andtc't'xflrrf'd i is a C4)flIftflmtllt. frame Dwelling Hou-e, with the neo j. VAYLES BAKEK, Jatb, & Far relt's Arabian Lin>zet, t. 1 hi', ( --,..

duly elected and <;jii.iituVd.SBC. Safes La not bccu n.ii.1&&i! : />}>ly (f Clo'/i*, Caxliirrf*, Vetting*. i.* ary out L('ae.<, .tc.: Tlii* Phiutatino JIOSX-SH* A true copv.-Attest, fraud and! Ere liable lo drrri\t! (fr IT I w-ta: .

3. /Je it Jttrftrr ocfif. That the second CONWAY. MAKS_ July 14, l5l. Faniy &'.o'ls ; nls 5Ie*=r R<-T( Steam* A Co.. <'tcCor- C. Rich 4 tCo. October 4 1S51. call for it ly tfie name FarrtU't Ln IBonptinciplrd
Y-MADE the rnne. is fi-nd fi cattle and hrii S
section of said a.-i to amend the twelfth clause ot tin- A D CLOTHING, very ( r >. The New
Constitution ol this! State, and adopted b\ the thud ., 146 Water itreet, New \.i-4entl.'nun-T.: ., AH of which) I flatter myself are co/ial in style! and port aaml I Gwirja Plank Road will pa-a within 4uo to dealer, ''null m;, e ;h'i >M C

and fourth General Assemblies as afoiesaid, be and your inquiries rc-jjccihiir the fite cf the .S.ilainanderSufe ijuality, ntid ijtiitt n* chfup, as any other that will be (iio yjird of the dwellinir, end I think will ff, on the Kctice.LL Mixture upon you for the gfBure l t.uu a.tf

(he same i is hereby ab.iltr.Led ; l I'ut it i i-s hereby provided $>i>. $.?-*!, | urdiacd of you thrth Me> T>sWm. found in thLj m.-u-ki-t. He will givp; paniciihir attention Hue, r-r through. the whole lenih of the Plantation; 1% persons indebted to the estate of James L. for H. G. EARKFIL ASABU.I Li.\.jif\i.

t that the Geii ral Aosetubl} shall, by the con Brycc A' Ct,., it is jxrhnp* wfrieittit to ay, that in hibuiiH4*, aol hopes !he will merit a liberal nnd when tliiR!iich is under cou- ri flelate of Hamilton County deceased, are re- take no other,?* the genuine a.'im t hu> i' .

current vote of the two 1Ioues theieof. at its next j I am nt pro-tnt wri'in at the time of tin di-rtruetion of mntnif.ictory and fhfscwuxdh.wnu i .
regular%e on, elect some person to fill the vacancy j our | XoveiulttT 2.5: I-5-'i., 48' tf Plantation on the ubole line of tie Road will surj>a.-* against said e tate. are required to present wrapper
by fire < n tin; iii'TT.ing of the 11 til in t. ILe K.ifevra .bottle: II. (;. FARBELL'S ARABIAN L
which will occur by oxjiiration of the term ol ulllcc j jof it for convenience ic. It i* now offered for sale at a them duly autlienticat within the time prescribed:

that Judtje wh(, m-iy draw the two year terra, under [ MI the If-vrcr fl-jor of a three <-t(*ry ltIl4lI1! nmUiinifi Pure Sulphate Quinine. luircmn Ptr-on de. in>tu nf purtbr.-ii-i., will pea-e! by law, Jr they will he barred MENT, PEORIA." .
con>-iieral! l
4 said second section i isLerein ; call! ELIZABETH ROSS Adm
the provisions ol u'hicii oo Joseph Chairca, E-qn who will -how them the t
her. and it was at a red beat when it fell into a IK df r r MIE sub-cri'.- i have on hand two hundred and Hatnlet in the United States iii w : if" < ,- '
be abolished.FlJTH October4,15I. S
declared land. Fin-
rtr ve tern*, tc to at residence > tf
theCwnstitntunal majority: December 13, Ib-'iO- about three hour, when it wa drmvii iut. and!, have obtained Jiiixt from tie inanut nv BENJAMIN BYRD.
n* soon a* juacti.-ubU1. ojK-ned. llie leatlnr UudtiKT'f I they will warrant it to be a supeiior arih he. bility. e.
t Vi"d the House ol December!Representatives 23 1tJ.Nt. by. ti'e Coaatiutiuual (. the Wit" were heated by the stcani, mind some oflowe We have enli.rupd our stock of Irug. a.d! Medicines January 18, 151. 2 tf ALL persons credhf, lezntees, entitled to distri Call on the agont rutmowill f'r'i-h i Frp'C'
( ouj Jtity, ,
; ivpei'< mere romowliat st.ined ; but not a t-in- by r --itanivaland are !priand| I lo execute or otherwise interested in the estate of a Hook conlaini'-.g muck r'ctluth.t. IHJCIK&

2. ale !jci'icleof jwjier in any W>k was injured, and l orders lor articles inoi>r Hue, at wholesale or retail, Kotice.1IIE Paul UhiKT, late of Jeff.'r* .n County, FVrida, deceased every class of ci!izwis.

( ] Kit -ingle mark exhibit their cLums ami PRICE-25 ct,. 50 c s. and one (lulUr nt,a "'

4w ACT In *Tn,nd the Seventeenth Claaw of the k'a iK-n or jH-neil. id.ifiu: BFarrfcll.

Fi'th Article ol the Constitution ot this Slate.t. in < i'-tion n hiaviag pa' ml lliro(,!h me of the ?evnt year ISliJ. They arc generally in small antour.t! *, t.Ktial! ba-5ue, from 9 to 2 o'clock, every day, Sun dersignosi. or the same will be barred ; end all per- ole inventor and pr< prs- V. *) i P kDru2rcf

$ L11o Re. it fnifttd ty t fit Xemt't and % tst to whii-h) it Cfiuld h.iv been put, and w but il the \vh
J.use ,f +j rrratnticc8 of fK'nte ou tl>.tt we rejo'ne' a* j jVe i' *-
in fwnrtl .1iraiUy i-oavrtwl, Tlut$ the Stventeentto ( will nvard ywi the bUflt Safe,and in the tifatiinie LEWIS! &, AMES. hour of bu-intrfe in public *"ffice!', are reci uized bv L 1 Ftt & M' '

C'' nse (4 the FiAh 'ti1ive o the Con-I itu. r. nI l ftiiy'ilier of the tame. Mxe and JuneS, ISoQ. >i law and usage, and are too obvious to require erphnation. Jefferson County, October, 1SZI. 40 Sm :
is patlcm,
Slate be and the
lion of tins same hrrt-by, oataeaJed CITY COTTON
astoi d j* follow*,to wit : 41'h MehaliLe for iixiiehtv u-c. Your*. rcepoctfiillv, New Goods."VPENING Notice!
C. W. DOWNING. Strrrtrrv Slate. -
Conway Tool Conipaiiv-A. 1'AUKEU, A enf.
Soiirilor lor en-h Circuit who all re-iJt '
one and shall beclerlod bv the votcts An nwsWiwnt therein
of inch,Circuit (he fiit Mondav qualified in Or'olier, in nn.J without pnwder-jiroof locks, for ale at 116 Water V/ J.MMiu'd, JIntania, and Cnaht Metal U'arp W. R. HAYU'ARD, Trrat>rtr. L ou the estate .'f I>jiii a B. Newton, deceased, !, r- I notify the PI-!- r ..-" i '

thousand, on fiht huadeiland fcirvet, New Yurk. consl liii2 i ia part of Tea and Cofiep Pots, French I). S. WALKER!:, 7.V7. PeWc LanJt.R. will present his final accounts an-1 voucher to the of Lecn, Ga the fifty-three -
., year one four Such times ALMON ROFF.JOHN Cofe Filfeior-! Pitchpr ('jndte St irks of diferentpirfliti" S. IIAYWARD, fUrk Sup. Court. Judge of Probate for Leon County, and aifc to he dis the Georgia Planter*, tfiat I will! H'--nd cffct. '
and eve. %ear thccedlter or al a*
Moul-l Gljss L.inttins Cake Bi\e February I, l,51. 4 tf the Iepnt in Tallahassee to runt r-'ftJ- '
the Geierdl A.si-mby! may by law niorribe, and G. STEAUNS, -,Jelly *, charged. .. '
A. S. 31AUVIX. Canui-li-rs, ami! a v. bill! r<*ceive for his services a coin;>cu 4tion to be
"I I ? i'--:
4 fixed by Javk ." % ru4 5, iS5L 30 3m the; otter lor.ilt on I ii-j< nable! fprtr.s.Aiio DANCINGACADEMY.. October U, 1S31. 40' Cm brought fri-m New York. v t
certified nf Srn'f .inf W ,
h''ndalujl c-\ifn-ive stock of Tin kthe Inpect
on si d
: *
it artfd T1 inch c1c-
Sec. 2. JnrtMfr f 1 inns cb all be held and conducted, and the reltitl Furniture. Ware of vpry BK. trill one advant.:: i\i r. i>\:
Ibereof made, in the same manner ais i now |pre. TTE have received 1 Lv Uie, Bri "J. O. ATIdI.FU:p good wirkinr-n. and nt l.n'r l.rice;. mr in the
Lead Pine and Cic'era er the St( rps-*a\inr llrnyi'sre: : :
pcribd law h Miter be pret-cribi'd % Snu1 Lead. Copper, Zinc, ify that l.i' S 'l.ol fi-r in-iri'cii in be ab., 1 fors.il.before the Court House at
by or may i bylaw nnd A\ill OJKIJ in a few days, a splendid ve accom- cent* bai of Cotton ml! < \.trd ft'
for the election of member to Congrcts from Nw York City made iUllMTUKE, cwiu tiiig Pumps; for snip Tin Roofing, Guttering ich., and Job ))!i-1.mont will I le opeiutl on Fiidny 31-t Oft lier. at Qmncy, in the County of Gad-ien! on the third strongly on pvt-ry fenced end? in geod ri: ir. fibe ' "

tfais State.FITTM in port of Woik executed faiibiuliv and will d-n;> 7; o'click, P. m for adnlt end Saturday, l.-t Novenibr. Monday of April next the following docribed pn>- fri and I j .tt! *> T
CO.Setennhor2t. more tfurc m injury ran
I1afwd the Senate T. WHITE & where peify.or so much thereof as will the State ard
GCWKRAL AfHKMHi.y.- Mttfttnny WarJrol.es at ItI o'clock. A. M, for juvenile all then3o.t pay d'I
:1 i
tied with I
Ijylbe Constitutional majoritr, Decemlwr 31 ISM.PMRed Marble U-p Bureaus, l.l 15'O. 37 if fiL-hiuiiLIe lances and modes of the day will be County Tax due thereon for the year lS">lar.d the I chant* will IPdelay.srfve mp their Lope r >_o'.'. me 1 :tC
the IIous ot K(>} rcentaiik'cg by the Cou littttiouai Do. Wa-li ftjtaud* tantflit nece*>ir> expense incident thereto to wit : patn '
Summer mined to dtrscrve it hv strict nr'f '," p rr
laajority, January b, 1SG1.OJTICK Do. TaUt*, Clothing. September 2 15=51. 57 Sm The whoU of what is called Korb-s' Purchasp." I.. Imf.3lh.i.Y
C mtrc and Side Tables A I). CL \ v has just received .rop New Yotk. -. lying in Gad .lrn Ceunty, or so ranch thereof us will CHARLES '

or ccRrrrAnv or STATE, 7 Sprins< Seat Ottomans 4..O a-fjetiei. l u-i-nnent ot summer rinihing! ofeveiy _Just Received from New Orleans. pay the Tax aforesaid, bi.uTiUeil on the Eit bv the Cotton :ivlTallali3cce. i' '" .'to W -

7'alFa&ate, May I. 1S5I j I;)n. 1)ivau4, tari.I! tx .nd tUle, which will be ?ill on the c BARRFLS Surn-rfine Hour, Ocklocknee Riverand on the West by the ApalachicoUKmr. Argn-t t 9, 15l.

ICfljntE$ XV. DOWNIXCJ, Si-cretaiy ol State, do Do. Sfiis nio-t rea'tuidli!'' t teun", at t the. xxell known store! on ;: 2 Ilh-K Cb..i-e Sujsir.80cO IIL'GII O. McLCAN,

Hereby certify the foregoing to be true and correct Do. Tele a Tt i, Monroe St.. 1.ia..rIc. occunied by CUrk &. S'.iSlman.Aloa !! Lb*. lac! n Side.-, and SLouIJcr*, Tax Collccti.r foi Gad.i County. Tallahassee Cotton Wareho*

copies of t'lfonuiuul' Acts on file :it iny oflice, and Do. Rocking Chairs line l lot t nl ClnlhiJ-'sncvand! Il.irk! Uue--Kim, liCO Susrar Cured ILuu, October 11.155': 40 Cm rTMIE: rmler-i' ned i* now rnr.: r l f"L '

herewith Du'iluhed in nurnisucet-f the provision ol Work-stand, Quartette ISockstands Ca.hnn'ret. t. C..1M.! and While I Diiilin.- Di..p'F.let 1" RUn. Iri-b Potatoes, STORAGE the /VrV* 'i fff" "'* "
titntion rdaiiveto Aujeudineul and Hcvieioa %Vmite and F.HICV Musiile! SjtiiiB and Fain Silk Tax Collector's Sale.
Co -
the y
,A % Trench Befl-t<-n.l.-J Common dar.nreaux. 5 Onion., lag to this market The builiiin i- .' "> ,
) ot.IhcCotitution.t lc: Ac. %ve_.i 4 tthirii he is ; reXiieil| to Hisn'ii.iMiife in 10 Sack Rye, 1)V virtue of the power tested in rre by law, 1 immediately ppfc-ife the Vrii n P.Mtk., tear"

C. %V. DOWNING, Secular/ Slate.f7 Which will Lc tola low. such a maunei as to |Tr. aNi>. hi fane'

M y3 1S5l. 6m BERRY A ROWLES. -AL'OA'fml C.EO. II. BESTVVICK. Quincv, in the County ot Gad>ilen, on the third the above in e.'trse of erectu n. 'r'T' / *

October, 11. 41 as'oitnent of ?VuisUrnwrrs, K'Jand TGlotcs October 1S51. SO Mundjy of April next, the following described property the storage of Cotten all nn'hr tlie IEKCj"
1 1TST roc ivo
S 9 1b.OftO lln." Ila Jn, Chairs, 6tc.'VT'E Cravats, Hdkts Cucts, &c. Just Received from New York. Comity Tax due thereon for the year 1551 aud the ton as may be sent to lam, and! i' v'' ,
ttO($ 1[anm* l$. "
Apnir>, ) 13 t '
1't"ctI mini Sewed Indies neressjry expenses incident thereto, to wit : sibff (<* thf (Illicit if of the C'x'o' '. '*' K J
2J< U)2P. lie** have received by tic J. O. Anderson, and KIP Bnnpm 15 20 4' IrWi VOtaIOes, 1 'V will! open in a few day f at our FurtjtureVaro- A Card.rpIlE Tie, T>u-\in*, Slipjier*. I.i"t rfrfirt'. '

!t) AITIIOs. Room, wane of the nx.-t) hjilcmlid C11A1US vvtr cf- ant Kruimeled J vny Um'loy' < Kip Brogans, McuV County, purporting to belong to Robert Jimerr, or The subscriber E a-o prepare'!. i: exercise f Mime SCHOOL will much thereof will the Taxa
> Ci-AvroxV so as aforesaid lving ST"Crittcrw
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pay IVrifflifr. to weigh with corre vTi! ac't.
crud for Kaleiu TulUdm We\ CafSl..cs'mnduus! Ot. Ttot.Kid d ). dc "
10 ji.tnMahogany '
Syrup, J- 1 1SSI at on Flat Creek. HUGH! O. McLCAN '
conii.ienw ,
Hair Cliairs on Monday, Septem'xT A l.O, delivered within the <-<.r;; 'TV" '
5 lleg* Btitt.T, ieat the School House attached'to Church.Auu.t Tax Collector Garden su $
St. Jehu's fur County. l41)idIftsee.) and at all tim bt nTt'
may -
4 bIds Ixatf iwir.1. I)'). Cunc-ecat do. A good n.sr.impnt{ of Domestic ambi l Foreign Pry
8 I.ardCMlcrerytbinz Rusleaeat do. 3, 1M1. S3 tf G.*od*. ClotLiug. Hats. Mi.I Ciit| Saddlery, hardware (h'tnherhlISSI. 4 Cm Cotton YarJ, ready and v.iH'n CH.RLES3.N.t3 r<> 1t'1X' "

T4Ijc1 iu Jie Omrcrr line Jenny LiuJ Chairs, uevr style, Hollow ware, Cutlery, Fancy Good., itc. lr Tax Collector's Sale.B .
: BERHY & IIOWLES.OctoU.rlI.1851. Atr du. No tie c.rpj pale by Tallahaw, Atrgrst! 23, Ifol.

4.0 tf Manic do.Oak j IE undersigned havimz f ware cine ncwarranje GEO. II. BEST WICK.October Y virtue of the power vested in me by law, I .

('aWakrut .1. inent j in,i his bnsincg i itfquc.t all' ernTr 111- 4 1851. S3 tf shall expose for sale,before the Court house at Leon and Gadsden Plank Bf"VTOTICE

Chamber Furniture. Cottage Chairs, debt- d to call and s-eilleup. I In tiitute Ic will keen tl'-.incy, in the County of Gad-den, on the thud i* bcri-by given, that Dw& of & *

lmv received the J. 0. Andersrn Rocking C'luiira .f all Linda, no books, but sU his c"fi c\flu.. ivcrircaih| ..rpriHltice Groceries. Monday in April nt-ct, the following- described property -LN tiort f.r the Capital Stock ft'the bo' ad
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or so much thereof a* will the State and
4 WE CliiWreim' I 11gb and Low Chairs, and bv .undoing be will l le able lo seLl at pay den Plank Road will >* ". '
will open iu a few'day do I TUST received, per Pticaliuntaa and Jolui StrouiJ County Tax due thereon for the year"l >.V and tie C.mnpany. l!
A few net**f Chamber Cottage Eniundlcd) Fur Ollico and Diniiisr, Arm da I tne lo'.vc-sil liviii<; j-ricee, which he premise? to J from New York day the Si'th iifctant at the office of F. Ii.
Wood and and 'ldeu-lorr er.and olheis t\i-hir.glo nereary expenses incident thereto, lo wit : of KD. w
beat Ciuie Feat do. reijuestshis < -
Freixi < Talalin! *. under the i-nperinti'iiili'nce
tiiture each net ctrtiMHting nf IVnl tead WafeliKtiuid ee
Tt.Lnrpo. hundred
20 t and forty of land hin
Foot.stools antI Reading Chairs, buy low, to give hirn a oil. I lleli.- iii> hand a good acres ? on P. Ilottue P. C. Wil-t.n. Ft.g!*. and atthe'-
Table, Bureau with CHasM; and Cluu'rH.Ito No. Rock Creek ,
25 1 Soap, purportng belong to L.S. G.itlin.or
Budded uilur Muiutic8. fssoitincnt of Shoe*, Hal, Ca >*. Munkit, Cotton
o.bove wt are beautiful, and will give a room | 5 Bbh N. 11 Rum much thereof P. W. White, in Uuiuoy.cndei the *BPrBf'ff]
5'> will
as the Tax ali>rcs id.ML'GH .
and \Voollcti Goud.s and pam
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&c. plaula-
UCRUY A- &c. fur ;amily sad
unilunn.aad handsome ROWLTS.Oclr C. II. DuPwit, A. IL Lunitr, B. Eaktr.ris. .
a Lpp..aratwe.1E1tliY >bcr 18, 1651. 41 lion usesJanury. I 0 3ou )Uiljel.i WUfkey, O. JIcLKAN,
i ROWLES. 5 Ann ricjn Tax Collector for Garden .
1-SSI. W AMOS RICHARDSON. Brandy, Countv. c. HB. DF1O
- October 18, 1851. 41 4 M. IVobYui.! Cigar October II 1S51. 40' Cm
Hats Bonnets
J Boots. ; MoLESKIN HATS, Co-Partnership. 4 Mani-kta R. HAKR&'

i Black Soft Beaver d ,. iind r'i' ncd have t'-i' foitnrd a Copart 10 Sacks Rio Coffee, Tax Collector's Sale.
;L DOZEN Pair of flrooka Pautit Slumk Doot.I THE day 10) P. II. do. August 1 ISSI. ::32Saddlery&C.
I :1 i April Z, 1851. 13 lAS 13. AMBLE.! Ptail lo. do. d ,. uwkr tutu cl G &. J. AJp-jrinnNa. 1 French Brandy B virtue of authority in me by law vested I have
California Hats of all colon*, ((5F.0.11 MEGIXNISS, Pijv seized arid levied' upon fourteen hundred and .

.; -- Plows.-- Black n id White Negio, Hats, July i, is'i. Jos. R JHGLVXSS. Muard Loaf utah, Pow.Ier Granulaled, Shot, Nutmeg Sugars*,,Tii-kled Saleratu Salmon*. Vinopr thirty-seven acres of Land, lym in Leon County, situate UST received a fine lot ofmea*. boys ant.'

Boys' Fur and California daDa a few miles South-eat of the city of Tallahassee, T Saddle Ilri.Ue Martni ale*. StiIU' Fes :
Mackerel Table Salt Lead Ac. For sale byGF.0. I *,
9 r f\ CAST Sweeps in store, nod for falc at low ) Cloth and) (J lazed Cup*, Bagging, &c. 11. BEST\VICK. purporting to below to William R Kilcrea.-c, and will Skin*. Lining Skin.*, Kip Skin. Patent L'
I 4.i rates. JAS. li. QAMBLK. McnV da d.,. sale in front of tlu? Court Iloiu-e door, tent Fustian -with good assortment of SP
Kentucky October 1851. a
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April 3, 1851. 1Z Ladies' Satin Ych t Bonnet., ,.., 50 coil. Ropp, in Tallaha-ee on Monday the Sd day of November For sale low by
Do.) do. Pearl do. bali ( next, within legal hour To lie sold to satisfy the 1IEIR
'l C1ol
Brandy. Da do.Do. uiiny ; Rates of Storage at St. Marks.
China do. .
Which will Iw sold at low pi ice*. Taxes due thereon fur the year 1850. October 4,1S31. 39

CASK very FIJIrIOT Brandy.AjrilS.ltil Albiou do. JAMC3: ; B. GAMBLE. (IOT'flNperl.nlt'. IX McRAENY, ,- ,

- ...J: 13 JAS. R GAMBLE. For sale low by C. C. BYRD. September G, 1851. S5 If _1 MERCJIANIIZF I'r barrel, bulk,. .. 121c Tax Collector of Leon County. Flour, &c.

Ot.ber 16, 151. 44 tf CORN and oilier Grain, per bvu-hel.4c"SALT July 2fi, 1851. 29 Sm BARRELS best family Flour,

( Corn, Oats, and Hay. NEW GCODS.I The Porwarding and Comnissson Business per tack.1 2" 1 60 3caksRice.
: ri BFKHKIJS heavy white Com, BEARD ADENHAM.. Tax Collector's Sale.
barrels Potatoes
.JJ'.J (,(I '4 Oats, 1 UST rrcivcd a fine assortment of Ijidies DRESS AT ST. MARKS, FIJJRIDA, St. Marks, August 23, 851. S3 3m SO Tiutfer.
I GOODS fucli du-l.tnt-res the Wjic-llon'p Mescr virtue of authority in me by law vested, I have 5 firkm best Goshen
; 60;g) bales Hay, U ns M. D'Lnnes, Berugcs IX beretofornrcupirdby B and for safr3IeSAUGIIT
- 4 .ov lantbiig (tutu Lrig) ITmnus, nuil l f >r pale by Berate D'Lnncs, Fisrurcd and Cliantreablo Silks in RROPIE Si Pi.TTr will be ecmlucted by the underMjncd Caps. seized and levied upon three hundred anti twenty Landing from Brig Uranus, 4 OR3

4 '1 JIcNAUCHT A OllilO.Va! patenis: 1'Jain and Watered BLuk Silks, 1'LJu and who will cnc'eavor! lo ivpn general sat- acres of land, lying in Leon County,situated about

March 22, ML 11 Watered Black Silk Yi-et {faction a*did their active and iklu-trionx! pmlecessors. T.TEIR t RUST, have just received a good assort ten miles North-eat of Tallaliassce. en the waters of _Newport, March 2 18I. -

I Al-o, a variety c-f gc.cls fur children wear. KCA1O: &, DENHAM. J.J. ment of mcns, l>.iy.s and youth*.Cloth.I'lu-h and Black! Creek, purporting to belong to Fabran Arm- -

.- I Bagging, Rope, and Twine. Which lie proposes to sell low. July 5, 1S51. 20Spring if Glazed! Cap*, whVh,; they oflr low. Call and sec tlcni. stead, anal will ho offered for sale, in front of the Hats.

"Win. IL IVtte*, 0.-toK-r 18, 1851. 41 C. C. BYRD. October, 1851. SO tf Court Houe door, in the city of Tallahassee, on Monday General assortment of Gents fius1e;

: PER fiO Pieces Kentucky Bagging, Gools. the "d day of November next,within legal hours. A skin anti Beaver, Drab and Black! _- ( '

ZO C.'il iojw; Shoes.r subscriber w opening to-jay a Fmall invf-ioo Boots and Shoes. To lie sold tofcdtiefy the Taxes due thereon for the Black and Colored Sporting Hat for *>**>

- S 100 Llw. Bazcinj; Twine. For pale by ADIL'S:: and GtuU Kubbur Overphocs! ,ju t rectivLi THE Dress Goods, Bonnet! Riblin*, Florence Silks, FINE Dress Boots and Shoe. Jn t received by jear 1850. D. McRAENY, youth,just recceived. And fersale 1V'1IEIR j & RC

____l. BERRY d IIOWLES. Auctioneer*, ic. eL JAS. B. GAMCLli Ac., \\hith. lie oilers at very low rieea. W.T. MiTChELL Tax Collector of Leon County. if

OctoUr 4, 1651., 'J April 5,1551. 13 April 5, 1Si1. 13 J3. B. GAMBLE. October 4,1851. SO tf July 26,1851. 2l Sm October'1,1S51. 39
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