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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 25, 1854
Publication Date: 1849-
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Tallahassee (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Leon County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Leon -- Tallahassee
Coordinates: 30.451667 x -84.268533 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division; Library of Congress, Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: 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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BY AUTHORITY. he expenses incident to their 'pursuit; the For purchase a site, and construction of delegates of the Creek nation of, In- made- in- consequence, of this -5 small* w a-ms' in

STATES. :arions expenditures required for the first and an arsenal at Uenicia, California, ihirty-threc dians.now in this city, one thousand'' beyond the stun heretofore >1'I..two, hi
THE UNITED
:Q's OF second reglmcnts'of 'dragoons,the comp.iniWf thousand nine hundred and eighty-five dollars ono hundred and ninety nine dollars, ted. M'V' **

> light artillery, the regiment of mounted ; and fifty five cents Provided That the .''S.S,1 Aniue i'i farther- JorD1DttCat3OD ute'A-
for the lUliefof Thorn Bronnugli, [ ,, or.DrepuinLr, .
Vet la. J.(2 WUj
jn ) iflenfen, aud sneh companies of ''infantry as For sword ordered to be presented to'flrc- S' _
tho Repeil of the Act to nid die followings appropriations ,contained in That the joint resolution 4
tdfor lie mounted 'viz: horse the ret General John E. Wool the v.
equipments, Mayor by
nay
construction the Indian act resolution 1mnndr.ftndcrgktao1Iars : 4 ,
Territory of Midnesota in the appropriation passed explanatory of the eight
of a. Railroad therein," approved the t wen- urchaso of travelling forges; blacksmiths joint it-solution hundred approved and January twentyfourtheigliteen' at the present session arc hereby annulled (tithe money for'theremoval of ) Tha't fltfy juKvgT Officer .Win. J
*nd shoring to'il horse and mule shoes, Iron fifty-four, one
tj-nialh: Jane, eighteen hundred and fiftyfour. and steel for shoeing, hire of veterinary snr- thousand five hundred dollars; .and repealed. of Red: liiver, approved January be ctfnrgcd witlTthe preparation, 34 L

geons, purchase ol medicine for horws and For payment of claims adjudicated by the For fulfiling treaties with the Shaw- enth eighteen! hundred and fifty or publication 7ot the 4

Beit enacted 1)y the ,Senate and House of mules, shooing horses mounted corps and board of army officers, appointed by the Secretary flees, pennament provision for salt, six Utf and ho is hereby repealed aud Alniaxuc shall receive'no J ((4
Representatives ofthe United States of A merca repairing dragoon and *equipments, three of War, under the sixth section of the ty dollars blacksmith and asStetrtrit the Secretary of th&Department for such dnty beyond f.

} !in t Congress Assembled, That the Secretary handled: and seventy-five1 thousand throe'hun* act nfAttghst'thirty.firt: eighteen hundred eight hundred and forty dollars-, iron be authorized to expend the ,trottld .rcceite.-' trhile (to dflt, b -J; -
of the Inleridf Is hereby direr to J to increase died and sixty-eight dollars and ibilty-two and fifty-two, ono hundred 'and twenty-nine and steel two hundred and twenty dollars. tion' in reference to the Red '* jnt V a ** *-* *a.-** .
the pension Thomas% Hronavgh, who cents; i; I- 1 thousand eight hundred and fifty-five dollars in such "way, and for such -For the pnrcbosebt.NnatlcfU inatm-
i is naw on tbe rolls at four dollars, to the rate For constructing barracks and other btlild- and twenty-throe and a half cents; For fulfiling treaties with the Piank- he may approve having rqnired'1brthesOfth'1twty) iionica1

of eight dollars per month, to commence ings at at post, which it may IKS necessary For the purchase of the best brech loading eshawsin permament annuities eight I improvement of the navigation *
January firsi, eighteen hundred and fifty-four.Sic. to occupy during the year, and repairing rifles in the opinion of the Secretary ofWar, hundred dollars. TCiver in and around the said raft.Sec.6 > jnstrmaenU- = ?*

I 2. And be it further enacted, That nnd enlarging buildings at the established forlhe use of the United States army, ninety For fulfiling treaties with the "Wen?, ] And be it fnrihef ittftrticfll *bbdter'-ro* And .
entitled' "An act to aid the Territory "hire commutation of thousand dollars : Provided, That the Secretary
the bill posts, including or quarters permament annuity threa thousand That in the event thot tteSeeret! : -
in the construction of a railroad for officers hire of for of War,alter a fair practical test there sf 1 '* *"-* *
of Minnesota ; quarters troops dollars. War shall deem it inconsistent tvreaty.. ,turee, i/tiiuaaanu, dol ci
therein," which passed the House of of storehouses for the safe keeping of military of, shall deem the purchase advisable and : :. .
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For fulfiling treaties with, the Mia- interests ofthc military Service .- : T 1$ -' :. '
the twentieth diy ol June and of for cantonments :
Representatives on stoies, grounds summer proper
mics money in lieu of ialorers two nrsh a sufficient portiOn of the For iHntint
und winch ,
That the officers
eighteen hundred and iifty-four ; for encampments and temporary proper accounting of the .
was approved by the President of the United frontier stations, fix hundred and twenty Treasury l be and they arp herein directed in hundred and fifty dollars ; nijricultiinil quilding-j at Fort Leavcnworth yjrogrtptcal 1survys.tun.t
States on the twenty-ninth day of June, thousand dollars; the settlement of the accounts of Captain Joseph implements two liAurlrcd[ dollars. use of the territorial abtttrvations!tiro thousand 4j .
eighteen hundred and fifty-four bo, and the For mileage or allowance .nde to officers L. l'4lotn, assistant quartermaster of For fulfilling treaties with the Dela- Kansas the suni of, twenty five ''Imndrod dollars:

same is hereby, repe'kd.Jtpprovotl for the transportation or themselves and baggage the) United State* army, to receive pnrol! testimony scareS permameul annuity fourth article sand dollars shall tc anti m tl For models drawing and! copying,

August 4, l.r l.Mi when travelling oi duty \vithoi ttioops, one b'indred and twenty thousand dollars; assistant quartermaster, in lien of vouch and ninety live, one thousand pcrma- erection public building fur working lithographic press including '
Act to extend the Kight of IVrmj>lion Tor transportation! of the army, inclndin ers for such disbursements which were destroyed mflalnCDt annuity, third article of tracty ef the legislature of tile chctHiciils keeping' grounds in. j
over Unsurveyed Lands in Minnesota[ and the baggage of the troops, when moving either by the fire in the city of San Francis (Pc hjtCtnber, eighteen hundred and Kansas to be expended under For fuel and .Ifeuts for rbpairs of \ ,

for other purposes. by land or water ; of cl'thing, camp co, on the fourth of May, anno Domini, eighteen nine ivc lmnimired dollars ; permamentr.iity rection of the governor of said buildings and.'for fell other contingent I
/. He it enacted by the Senate and House of and garrion eqnipatre, nnd hors.-equiprnenfiom hundred and fifty-one, and that upon the : ; iifth article treaty of October rs-. of the hydrographical otlico 3
Representatives: of the United States of I t the depot nt Philadelphia to the several testimony so taken, if satisfactory to the department I eighteen hundred and eighteen, four Sec. [7.} And be it further United States blise'rvatorr six ..-t

Binerica in Congress asse-ubled, Tliat: the posts and army depots; of subsistence from the accounts of sail assistant oaar thousand kollars J That time sum appropriated by thousand one hnnifrctl tlollilrsv ? :.
provisions of the pre-emption act of fourth the places of purchase; and from the! placet' master shall be audited anti settled nccordii article ; permament annuity ''of March third eighteen hundred For continuing:the.publichtion of the 3 t.
September, eighteen hundred and f.>rtone, of delivery, under contract, to such places as :<-1-> the principles) of t-.pity ar.d justice : supplementary, itc.eightcen( charts and
hundred and i nine fur the removal and of wind mud cnrrent ,
nine thousand forty
thereof bh.nl 1 be the circumstances of time service Provided That the rJlo** twenty )one
and the acts araondatjry e.teinled \- may require sum :cd snail not
to the lands In Minnesota: Tenitorv i it to be sent ; of ordnance, ordnance stores, exceed the balance- dnc I'oi said Fohomto dollars ; pcrmamont provisions for | tcticc of Monominees and for defraying all the fccjjensus connected
purveyed or not; but in ull cast< \-li-re jnocmptiou -- amid small arms, from the foundries and ar- the tivaMirv blacksmith) October cighte.cn hundred tablishment of a manual labor therewith te thousand dollars. ,,
i claimed on unsarvrveJ lands the in.aleto) the fortifications, nisenata and frontier .S'azrncss.-For the fast lslment: of intere and: ( eighteen hundred and eighteen tfcc., fur them and now To enable the Secretary of the,-K"vy 1- :

teltler shall file his declaratory statement \\itlij j )posts, and army depots; fieight*, tolh. -t at Jhe per cf.it. on forty thousand dollars seven handled: and twenty dollars ; together with the sums for pay of pay the salary ol Professor 'Jattles P.Espy'l'of .s

in three nioates after the survey has been and rriagt-s ; for the purchase and hire of f..r education, her ti.'ue article of the permanent provisions for; iron and ler heretofore appropriated be the trF'eiitfia1 drcz'diug '

made and returned, and make proof and j houses, rnulus, oxen, wagon carts, drays, treaty of May tenth, eighteen hundred and steel for shop October, eighteen hundred or expended fur the benefit of thirtieth, eighteen.,-hkmdrbd aud ". -'-
payment before the day appointed by the bhips anti other sea-going vessels and boats, fifty-four, f.o diousaml, dollars ; and eighteen two hundred and nononoc Indians, according fifty five twO thousand tfolhirs the i pay ft :
President's proclamation for the commencement for the transportation of supplies and for gar For tl'i first of eight nnnunl instalments of twenty dollars. ulations, of said supplementary nt to be niade ill the Same manner jj t

of the sale of the lands, including the ri on purposes ; for drayage and cartage at monv.: in -payment for lands per third article For payment as stipulated by the article mmdatory articles. arid under the like control former appropriations -
tract claimed : Provided, however. That if, the several posts ; hire of teamsters; transportation oi ?.lay tenth, eighteen hundred and fifiy-four dated June thirteenth eighteen Sec. 2, (((3)) And be it further for rncteorlogical observations.

when said lands are survey ed, it is found tint of funds for the paj and other diehurfiinr ',lie bun-lrcd thousand dollars ; hundred and fifty-four supplementary, That of tho appropriation of fifty -. .t4. -
two or more persons have K'ttled upon the departments; the exem'ss or sailing !I'or oxpe'ises! of siirveving the lands and to the treaty at Fort Gibson, of November sand dollars, for continuing the I-'or the wages t' of persons- employed : :
tame quarter section, each shall be permitted public, transports on the various rivers, the I Ptlini;apart the surplus as provided in the twenty third eighteu bundled and graj aim ical and Hpdrographicnl the observatory and hydrographical ff'- .

lo' enter his improvement, as near as may )be, Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic and Pacific ; tiflh aiticleof the treaty May tenth, eighteen thirtp eight to individuals: of the creek I of the delta of the "Mississippi -, viz : Onelithographer instru '_

Iiy legal subdivisions. and for procuring water nt such po .ls as hundred and( lilly-fonr, nine thousand nine nation for 'claims for and improvements such investigations "as may lead maker, two watfclnnen,arid one jf-. ,
4 1831. from their situation that it be property
Approved, August require brought hundred nnd thirty! MX dollars
; obaudoned ]lost iucon teimine te! meat practicable porter three thOusand one hundred -
from distance or epience -
a one million two hundred For for of certain t
An Act making appropriations for the Sup: thousand dollars; permanent payment and other relinqui-bment am.uities and satisfaction ( of their emigration west of the ] securing it from inundation; and sixty dell!art. -

port of the Army for the year c-nding tae Tor the purchase of ho'scs qured! for the for losses, <1:images and claims, per Mississippi," to be distributed under August thirty-lir.n one thousand For contingent expenses that may
thirtieth of June, one thousand eight handrt'd -, first and second regirnents of dragoon, the .I.-Vfltt! article of tbe t-eaty of May tenth, the direction of the chief$ and time agetitof hundred and"fifty two, the sum for the following purposes, viz -

and fiftyCue.Bo companies of light artillery, nnd the regiment ahrht i-n livntre'I and fifty-four, twentyseventhiitmitl the United State i'r the creeks thousand dollais may be freight an'd tr.insportfttion' printing and
it enacted by the Senate and House of of mounted lill'mcn, one bundled and fifty 4lollar.Ktzska.2ski.i .-. in the proportion as set forth and! determined -| der the t-pecial direction of the stationery adveatiin 'in newspapers, 4
Representatives oftbo United Stale( : of America thousand dollars ; anil Venria, aji'l TTfrt nni P1ce.rIar.V in tlie schedule referral to in tary of \\ ar, to the payment! of books maps models and drawings purchase : .

in Congress Assembled, That the following For contingencies of the army, six thousand r th'-expeii-"'' of ;.nevinir the the second article of the said treaty of; pciisu-; connected with said and repair of firms'engines and

earns be, and the same are hereby, appropriated dollars; !: iitl 1 as |-rovid't! in tli.j third and lo-irth arti- November twenty third( eighteen hundred I investigation? inctirrd'l prior to machinery rc dirs bf tind attending to -
out of any money in the treasury I'm the Medical and Hospital Department clea of tie! treaty of May '10th, eighteen huulrtd : and thirty eight three hundred of July one thousand eight steam1 engines ia nuvy yards purceasc 4
not otherwise appropriate.!, for the support fi.rty-ono thousand two hundred and forty < an-I J fifty-fourfive[ thousand three hundred arid fifty; thousand dollors ; Provided I and fifty two. and maintctjance of horses andoseti, ,4 i

of the army for the year ending the thutieth, dollars; dollars; further, That tho appropriation of-..eventeun Sec. 'J ((9J!)J And be it further driving reams carts Mirtbcivybeol* ori of June, one thousand eight hundred and fiftyfive For contingent expenses of the Adjntin'- For payment of the first of t'ireu instal- thousand five hundred dollars That the Secretary of War be i ii piirchacc and repair of wortinenji
,
: fioneral's Department, as division and depafrnent rn-its: in money of thirteen iha'ifeink dollars fi r interest thereon contained in the | hereby authorized and directed tools postage of public letters-, fuel, oil
For piv: of the army, one million eight headquarters four hun-lrcd dn'Iars; each, for purc'.n: '" of former permanent annuities Indian i'amine into and ascertain the and en nd Its for navy yanlS nh'd Miore h
the
hundred and thirty-nine thousand aud seven For repair and reparation of the PontonCKdge j and n-linquNhment) of el.aL'.is and d: majres apprppiatum) act, passed at incurred and stations r.iy of watchmen and incidental ;
dollars train, lo be stored and in readiness fcixth! present session be, and the same here expenses now '
ty-one ; hop -I per article of the treaty of May the State of California labor not chargeubla to any other-
For commutation of officers subsistc-ncr, for the fiald], fifteen thousarrd dollar; thirti"tb, "i btei-n bnn-lree and! fifty-four, thirteen by repealed. paid by stores'v TtttiiflthoilC-
eix hundred and twenty-four thousand tnrcc For armament of fortification* one hundred thousand: dollars Fur completing the Mcndota, and :suppression of Indian hostilities appropriation
; '
the bald State the first li of stores ion' titil fet t53t frnarfagb -v f'
to
hundred and tltity.sti.ty dollars ; and twenty five thousand dollar; For the first of fire instalments for support Big Sioux liver road in accordance prior ycfy
For corn-nutation: of forage for officers* For ordnance, ordnance st'tr.", and sup- of a blacksmith and sinant, -KT sixth article with the estimates of the Secretary of uary Ann( Dorntni eighteen doclcago and rent travelling expen ,
horses, one hundred and four thousand eight plii; s, seventy-five thousand dolLm; of trie treaty of the thirtieth of M.iv, c'ij'it-'en "War twenty five thousand dollar?, to and lifty four and that the amo of oflicers nnd others under orders ;
oftfcfe
hundred and thirty-two dollars; For the current expenses of the ordnance hundred arid fifty four, seven hundred anti bo expended under the direction of the such expenses when so funeral- l-.xpcnscs stbre and rcnt; t.L- I
For payments in lieu of clothing for officer servisr, one hundred thousand dollars; twenty dollars ; Secretary of War. into tieasury of Sutare : Provided stationery fuel.coVntfiissidna auii'jpay of .

*' sen auts,'thirty-six thousand three hundred For the manufacture of arms at the national For the frt} of five instalments for the purchase .Scc.2J[ !] And be it further enacted. the sum eo paid Shall riot exceed clerks to'naV-y ngcut *nd-stor-keepor ; :
and fifty dollars; armories, two hundred and fifty thousand of iron and steel, per sixth article of That thuumuunt which it may be found mount the sum of jiine flag Awning* and ,packing boxes bVcini-

For expenses of recruiting fi fty.fi vc thou dollars: Proridnl, That so much of a'l laws the treaty of thirtieth May, eighteen hundred lecessjry to pay under the of twenty, twenty four thousand two and other .bxpeue&j recruiting; I.
sand two hundrtd dollars; heretofore passed, which authorized the appointment and fifty-four, two hundred and twenty dollars seventh March eighteen hundred and I fifty nine dollars rind sixty five ; apprehending des'erterd. |>er diem pay

For three months' extra pay for nnn-com- of military officers to superintend ; fifty four to the widows and orphans which amount is hereby to ]persons attending courts tiaartinl any .:
missioned officers, mnsicians and privates, on the operations at the national nrmorre be, For the erection of a smith's shop, and of the Udited States who perished out of any moneys in tim conrtfi"of inquiry fttUl oMicr&Jrvices au- f
troops
re-enlistment, ten thousand dollars; and the same is hereby repealed; and from purchase of tools therefor per sixth article of by the recent disaster to the steamship otherwise appropriated: tliorized li-y Ja'w;.. pay to.jwJgts.advocate ,
Vor BaUistence ill kind, one million and and after the passage of tins net, it shall lie the treaty of thirtieth of May, eighteen hun pilotage and towage i vessela and l, :d .
San Francisco be of ArriioviiD 5 1354.Cliftp. .
twenty-eight thousand four liund red and the duty of the President of The United States dred and fifty-four, one hundred and twenty paid out any : August assi&ftuicc to Vc s'es In',dratrts5'bills of 1 4
ninety seven dollars; by and with the advice and consent of the dollars.Miamirg.. money in the treasury not otherwise health and quarantine*jijieusb-J of the ,1.'.
}clothing! for.the armycamp, and garrison Senate, to appoint a competent and well .-For the expenses of purveying Appropriated, ,, CCLXYKI.-An Act UnitedJStates in f 3
sev -
ureign ports
eqaippage, four hun rei and eighty qualified civilian as superintendent at each the lands as provided in the second artirje of Sec. [3.] And be it fttrtho enacted, Appropriations for the Naval navy hun- "
hundre'd nrid six
thonsanxTcigh
and thirty eight cents; For repairs and improvements and new fiftyfothseven thousand lour hnndred and twenty eight, one thousand eight hun one thousaad, eight huunrcd aiid "and sixty \J6lUrS;,, the. ., 1
For the regular supplies of the Quaitcr. machinery at Harper's Ferry, thirty-five fifty-two dollars; dred and fifty entitled "An act granting five. To enable the $ccrtta-of Navy .

waster's Department, consisting of fuel, for thousand one hundred dollars; For interest at the rate of five per centum bounty land( to certain officer* and( Be it; enacted by the Senate test and Srnprov'cntents In Steam -
age in kind for the horec-p, mules, and oxen For arsenals thirty.three thousand three and fifty thousand dollars for educational soldiers who have lOCim engaged in the I house of Representatives of the 'ot "other iiiSproVcnibiits appli- .i ;

tf the Quartermaster's Department, at the hundred and ten dollars; purposes, etc., j PE third article of the treaty military service oldie United States," States bf America in Congress to naval purpose ten thousand -d
several military posts and stations, and with For tne completion of magazine at Jefferson of June fifth, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, the act approved March twenty second bled, That the following sums : t
the armies in the field; for the horses of the barracks, Missouri, twenty-five thousand two thousand five hundred dollars ; ono thouri.md eight hundred and fifty they are hereby; appropriated ror the crcctio'n. nnleIturorbui1.

first and second regiments of dragoon?, tbe dollars ; Keappropriation: Far payment of the val- two entitled An act to make land warrants paid out of any nionfy iii tTic ti-i for ilnproveuiont amipreser .
companies of tight artillery, the regiment ol For an iron steamer to be used in tbe surrey nation of improvements dud lands ceded, ns assignable and for other* -jiot otherwise appropriated for the of the pounds *n mounted riflemen and such of in.fantry of the northern and north-western lakes in the sixth purposes 1
companies stipulated article of the treaty of and the act approved February ending the thirtieth Juries one at thcJiaVal academy at'Anha-
be mounted, and also lor the including Lake Superior, under the War Dedartment eighteen hundred arid }
as may thirty-four, and thirty third one thousand eight hundred and sand eight hundred and fifty five. Polls itaryidntt, tliirty nlucx ,thohsaud : ;:rix ;- fttV
authorized number of officers h )rs, when fifty thousand dollars; i-yht, the amount having been carried to the hundred and Buvcntjfcistfit rl llars : j .
three An continue half For of commisbion
w-n-ing in the field, and at the outposts; of For military and geographical surveys surplus fund by warrant number ninciy-four fifty act to snail pay pay officers That no Jwlrtjbf this sum. .
straw for soldier's bedding,and of stationary, west of the Missijfcippi, tvvonty-fire thousand Of treaty fourth September eighteen hundred to certain widows and orphans potty and Boairien ,de ; 1eMetbr tIi'oilsli.opun- 4
including company and other blank LoAs do'Lirs: ; and fifty-two, per fourth article of treaty June not be construed as: to deprive any widow engineer corps of the navy { i! -
h contract with to be : ,
for the army certificate of discharged e 1diert 1- For continuing Ihe survpy.tjf the northern tifth, eighteen hundred and fifty-four, eight from the bdncfitp, therein granted liou three hundred and sixty security approv
blank form for the Pay and Qu.irler- and north-western lakes, including Lake Superior thousand dollars and sixty-eighfccnts; for the services of her husband though thousand six hundred and forty by the Sec'rctnro of thti Navy been '

matter'ft Departments, and for the priming of fifty thousand doll.ird] ; For the payment of the Miamies, residing site may have married again : I'rovi- dollars. red into for tEu cordplctlofl 'of tlio
divinon sud department orders, army tcpUla! For repairs bf iu.!ruments of the corps of on the ceded lands, Of the first of six equal dcd however That the applicant a For pay of superintendents at a bum n< t exceeding five thou ir]
%ion$, and reports, iivue bundled and fifty topographical engineers, five thousand dollars annual instalments for pnrchas former perpetual widow at the time making the chuui constructors and all the civil- dollars and herein prdvidcd; N
I thousand dollars -
ld1l .l
incidental; ; and other annuities nub! relinquinhnlent Provided Such party shall not receive, ments at the several navy vard ir, ,
For the exprnscg of the Quarter For and charts oflake of claims etc. fourth article For tlie plifchasc" Barlow's Plane
master's printing distributing : per of the treaty pension during covetit ro. stations, one hundred and fifteen '
letters Department and consisting received nd of iota<-o sUrVeys, one thousand! five hundred dollars; June fifth, eighteen hundred and llfty-four, Sec.4] And be it further enacted, sand three hundred and fifty for the use of! the naval Acade
on packets tent by For purchase of Harlovv's planetarian for fiirty-onc thousand seven hundred and at 3tItrVlhn& two thou
officers of the on public service tit thiity- That the Secretary of War be, and he lars. Annapolis .
army ; expenses UMJ Of uie
military] at'CSt nine dollars and eleven cenls j
academy dollars.
; is authorised arid directed That the at
of Courts-martial and courts of I hereby to at navy yard San
inrjuir oint
two thousand dollars; J'or payment in full to John Grig anti For cdiHtriietion cxtemiort and t j
completion
including the additional compensation to 'or fuj receive and niuso to be placed on tho cisco time pay) of the commander
and ters for officers of the in the -
Sash-o-qnash as provided fourth article
quar of the following objects and for X?
judge-advocates, recorders, members, and army files of his: department such additional) be three thousand five hundred ;
serving on light bouse duty, the of saU last mentioned treaty, nine thou
witnesses, while on that sen-ice, under the of which is no longer made or provided payment sand six hundred and eighty-nine dollars and! muster rolls of the b.ittallton of voluntecrs per annum. One civil engineer ) ex pe'nses at the se\eralnzi- '

net of March sixteenth, eighteen hundred anSi; for by the Quartermaster', Department, five twenty-two cents ; commanded by Lt. Col. J, C,- thousand dollars per annum, yards, viz tPortsmouth ''
two; extra pay to soldiers employed under Jioasui-d and wxty.thrco dollars and mty- For payment of the claims Miamies who Fremont in California duly authenticated pay) of the navy agent who bhall Newllsiripsliirev-For :
the directiou of the Quartcrmabler'0 Department seven cents; live on the coded lands, for damages and loss by the proper, officers ns have not charge the duties of both Wall counectiug with dock hash ; 1*, '

in the erection of barracks, quarters, For continuing the explorations and survcys of stock and other property and for losses of heretofore been received and filed amid navy) agent shall bu four engine hoUse and macliiu- f
storehouses, and hospitals; the conduction to ascertain the best route for a railway improvements, eic., caused by their removal to cause such corrections of the mils lars per annum. tools for machiuists and Smiths,
of roads and other constanl labor, for perioJsf ) to lie Pacific, and for completing the reports from.Sugar Crook, per fourth article of the tcr rolls to bo made in regard to the For provisions for commission launching hatiling up xV ays bfsterns t-

not lees than ten days, under the act of of the surveys* already nndo, the sum of ono treaty, of June fIlth, eighteen hundred and fiftyfonr periods of inlistment and terms of ser rant and petty officers ami! officers quarters extending ship
March second, eighteen }inn fred and ninetecs hundred add fifty thousand dollars; seven thousand seven hundred and vice and the omission of names of the cluding engineers and marines inmuber 4 exteirtioh of slw l '4 riI

including those etnployt-d as clerks nt For fuel and quarters and for mileage o? seventy.flve dollars and eighty-two cents ; members of said battalion ns upon sat od to vessels for sea service six ; and launching ship and rcpairjj
division and department headquarters ; cx- transportation for officers and enlisted sol For payment of the expenses incnr- isfactory proof he'may deem right and drcd atnl eighty six thousand two all kinds sixty! three thouiand fivo
pen es of xprw>bci to and from the frontier diem of the serving in the coast
and army survey, red in negotiation the articles of May proper and as far as practicable to correspond dred dollars. ant! 50 dollars.Ifoston .
armies
poU in the field of in longer for the .
escorts to cases no provided by Quar.termasler's
tvvelft hundred Massacliusettg.-F machine
and
eighteen four
liaynaasterg, other fifty with the pay rolls" of Major For surgeon's necessaries anti >r
dibburbtng officers, and Department, ten thousand dol
trains when military escorts Cannot bi furnished lars ; with the JUcnomince Indians, supplemented P- U. Heading paymaster of said bat ances for tick and hurt of tho! sliop snlitliery fbriridrj and forge sboiboiler a

; expenses of the inte-ment of noncommissioned !For arrearages prior to July first, one and amcndritory to the treaty talion with respect to the periods of eluding the marine corps house and chimney new teatuengine'
officers and BuMiurb; autl.oii- thousand eight hundred and fifteen, payable of October eighteenth eighteen hundred service so that all who served in the thousand five hundred and for dry dock extension of thijS

zed office furniture; hire of laborers in th through the ofiico of Hie Tliird Auditor, Under and forty eight nine Hundred and military service of the United Stutcs dollars. add slip and repairs all kiridsj '

QuArtennabter'B Department? including hire an act approved May the first, ono thou. fifty dollars. in California during time late war with 1 or repair of vessels in lmUt1lTelliuIid! sixty six tliousand T -

iuterpreters spies, and guides for the army ; sand eight hundred and twenty, in addition For extra clerk lure for the servic of Mexico whether under the command for wear and tear of.vessels in and fifty dollars: ..

compensation of clerk to officer of the to a balance, of seven tlirttmrld six hundred the Indian office fur one year, comrnening'on of naval or military officers may bo entitled sion including fuel and Kow York, New York.-Towards'
Quartermaster's Department: ; corn ; anJ the first of August eighteen hundred all foundry.:lud boiler shop compleiog -
"cntjn: ( fifty.three dollars and five cents undrawn to the benefits of ull the acts hemp two millions five
ot forage and wagon master, authorize: bv I in h the IrenMiryon; the thirtieth of September, and fifty-four, live thousand six of Congress providing for |he enrolment thirty four thousand nine contintiation of nay wall dred -

tW a't of July, -ighte n liundd aid thiityUt one tho'i! ss,u! 'iirht hundred and fii'ty.three hundred dollars. of volunteoro in the Mexican war : liftv dollars. ging channels I liglfting! ronductdre! wa

; fur the .tj<|ireLeiieoj: of diteitcr! aul j three th'UrU1J! lime hundred dollars! ; For payment of the expenses of the Provided that uo payment bhall bo For ordnance and ordnance pipes iron railing ou wIl :alxmg


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1 II Xavy street extension of ship honre and. a ;oei..d an sJdtiifi* upno .staMjof o prrjlcrutwu ;I ;;; county, Greensburg Crane iville, ner, clerk, or any other person, 'the' wh.K> of al importer {io vessels of the Republican of said! gooili are shall be subject to

slip saw mill machinery )launching slip wbeu Mrviug iu, aLps wila Woe butdrwl O1J Lag Run and, Accidence, to AddUoufa such bid stall be rejected at the opttou ofthe S Salvador ;.and that BO higher or other like cases. P:11 in

balance due city Brooklyn for lien on JQMLAJ1PIO.d August 6, 18M. I Maryland. S &rWeDa-aDd that copartner of any dolief: anon the tonnage ef the vessel and ARTICLE 13. Both
account (Ifs assessments aud repairs of Iii Texas.-From Johnson's Station, via firm shall notibe received as sureties for each her cargo shall be levied and collected. wh,th- ties promise arid contracting ?.

Ji' all kind one hundred and seventy one An Act to carry into effect Tramly.ttweo the Fort Worth, to Fort Belknnp. other-and that whenever it may be deemed er the importation be made in vessels of the give their special protection engage fonnallr
to
thousand six hundred and"fifteen dollars United $ties and Great Britaiu earned on the fifth In Iowa.-From Fo t Madison via West necessary for the Interest of the governmentand one country or of the other ; and In like sons and property Of the the per"

;t 4 : Provided That BO much of these day Be it of enacted June eighteen br UM Senate hundred and aud HOUM fifty-four.of Repre- I, Point, and Rig Mound to Keosuuqua. tile health of the crews of the United manner that, whatever kind of produce, manufactures other of all occupations citi/enaof who eaCQ

first section of the act making utative* of the tlm ted States of Amend iu Con. Approved, August 5, 1851. States vessels to procure particular brands or merchandise of any foreign in the territories Inky De
appropriations subject
; i for the naval service for the rres* asftembled That whenever the President of the of f flour, which are known to keep best on counntry can be from time to time lawfu'J, diction of the to the jUri.
*. United State shall receive satisfactory evidence that An act to Repeal the first proviso of the 4th listant stations, the Bureau of Provisions and imported into the Repub'ic of San Salvador one or other tran8ieDt
.L1 year ending the thirteith uf June one the Imperial Parliament of Great BriUin and the section of the Act entitled An act gjftiit Clothing, with the approbation of the Secretary in its own vessels] may be also imported in dwelling therein leaving open and f r
thousand'eight.hundred and four Provincial Parliament of Canada New Brunswick them the '
March fitly Nova 8c>tia and Prince Edwards Island have pawed ing Bounty Land to certain Officer and t of the Navy be, and hereby is, author- vessels of the United States; and that no to tribunal o/jrwticefor j 2'
thousand
ti'pproveJ one eight laws oa their part to give full effect to the provisions Soldiers who have been engaged in the i isee to procure the same ou the beat terms higher or other duties apon: the tonnage of judical .recourse on theJUwe tenna
"hundred and fifty three as empowers of the treaty between the Uuitod State and Great Military Service of the United States," i in market overtApproved the vessel and her cargo shall be levied or which are usual and customary with

L Dud directs the Secretary of the Navy Britain signed on the fifth of June last bets hereby approved September twenty-eighth, one March 27, 1854. collected whether fie importation be madein natives or citizen> ,of the country

ki to sell and convey to any purchaser, all authorized b. has such to evidence issue bis and pnielamatioo thereupon from declaring the date that of thouaand eight hundred and fiftv. i vessels of the one country or the other.- which purpose they may etherappear! tor

: 1.i: that part of the navy yard 'lands at I.uch proclamation; the following article, being the Be It enacted by the Senate and, House of [No. 1C.] Joint Resolution explanatory oftlie r And they further agree, that whatever may in proper person or employ |in tIM pJi.

Brooklyn between the wet>t side of Van. growth and produce of said provioces of Canada. Representatives of tho United States of America Second Section of A Resolution to S be lawfully exported or re.exported from one secution or defence of their righ.t8,8Uch

M dcrbilt Avdenc and the hi s"ital ground New Brunswick NovaSootia and Prince Edward in Congress assembled, That the first Establish certain Post Routes," approved country in its own vessels to any foreign advocates solicitors notaries
iE
Island wit agents
I containing about twenty six and a half Grain; to flour and:I breadsofts of all kinds animals proviso of the fourth section of the act entitled July twelve, one thousand eight hundred country may ,,in like manner be exported oreexported factors as ther may judge ia ri\
proper
.. acres including Yundcrbilt} aud! Clinton of all kind; fresh smoked and salted meats; ; cotton An act granting bounty land to certain and fifty-two. rr in the vessels or the other country : their trials at law and such citizens all

': Avenues," be and the same is hereby wool; seeda and) vegetable; undried fruits; dried officers and soldiers who have been en- Resolved by the Senate and House of r ; and the same bounties, duties, and agents shall have free or
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repealed. fruits; fish of all kinds; product* of fish and all other gaged in the military service of the United Representatives of the, United States of I drawbacks shall be, allowed and collected, opportunity ble ,

[;, ? I'hilailJptta; : creature living in the water' ; poultry eggs; bides States," approved September twe ty.eigbth, America in Congress assembled, That the whether such exportation or re-exportation present at the decisions or sentences o(

nnwt b PranIY'Il'.fliFlJr store boat furnace forhtatrue furs.skin or tail. undreued; 'Ioue or marble in i'Beruc.le one thousand eight hundred and fifty be, and second section of the joint reaolutio to establish be made in vessels of the United States of the tribunals in all cases which may
p': tfteatu fur shed; ra'mitigul or wrought state slate butter or
; ; cheese, tallow i concern them and shall
I >l steam b: fX house; eouij-lelinf wharf number (lour ; lard; horns; manures; ores of metals of all the same is hereby repealed f certain post-routes, approved July the Republic of San Salvador. enjoy in such

. '* : tti+utf tuuriiic home: extension of*hip house *nd sup! kind*, coal; pitch, tar turpentine; ashes; timber Approved, August 5, -. twelve, one thousand eight hundred and fifty- ARTICUB 5 No higher or other duties cases all ,the rights ,and privileges, at.
:I wv;/' mid rejwirs of all kind, thirty-seven thou&audaeveu anLutidred d lumber uf all kinds round hewed aud sawed un .! two, be so constraed aa to authorize the hall be imposed on the importation into the corded to,the native citizen. "-

> and twentydoII&rs., District manufactured in whole or part: fire wood, plants An Act authorizing the payment of Balance Postmaster-General pay a reasonable compensation ., United States of any articles the produce ARTICLE 14. The citizenR\ (,.rTT"'A,1
'Wtiiliingtoti C"Ium1.1/J.-Fol' or ------
sh rubs
of and
W completion tree; pelts: wool fish oil rice broomcorn vu'c.cu
;
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:: ; fl f saw mill; completion of ordnance building; and bark ; gypum ground or unground;; hewn of the Proper Accounts between the United to the persons carrying the'mail manufactures of the Republic of San Salvador States residing in the territories of tLe
J&
! omplctiou ol marine railway; extending boiler shop; or wrought or imwrought burr or grindstones; dyestuff Stiles and the State of New York, for rom I Valonia Springs, by the way of Nine- ; and no higher or other duties shall be Republic of San Salvador shall enjoy

i&i, ; cxuvertiiig old ordnance to machine shop; quay wall, *; flax,hemp and tow, unmanufactured; unman. Military Stores, in the war of eighteen vah aud Coventry to Oxford, and from Ox. imposed i on the importation into the Republic the most-,perfect and entire
'F" a.m ri shears exteosioo of skip bouse and slip' ufactured tobacco; rAgs-; I hundred and twelve. ford by the of security of
way Coventryville. to South ot San Salvador of articles the conscience without
r 4'rht filling iu around foundry and laboratory dredgtug Shall be iutrodiKvd into the United State free of, any produce being annGycA..
c.
;' ut .and repafrs( ,of all kind, two bundred aod twen subject however to be sunpeihK-d iu relation to the : Representatives of the United States of America the time the mail was directed to be carried than are or shall be payable on the like articles -, of their religion in 'houses
;i : ty-tut! ee tbmu nd and *lrty even dolUare. trade with Canada, on the condition mentioned in the in Congress assembled, That the Secretary on said routes, up to the time the first contacts being the produce or manufactures of the private -
or .
.?\vrfak, J7fg li .-K>r brick saw wiw sheds, fourth article of the said treaty; said all other provisions -j of the Treasury be, and he is hereby t. went into operation thereon, exclusive foreign country; nor Ihall higher ;I on chapels or places of worship
f ; completing Bture boase number fourteen sheds and of the said treaty shall go iuto effect aud be observed authorized and directed to to the (:lover. of what ha* been paid under said resolution any other duties be any or appointed for that purpose provi.
for pay or charges imposed i in eitherof
uacniuery !
1. e r eaw-mill. setting up engine boilers on the part of the United States.Sea dea that in so doing they observed thc
and
Mid maeliiurry culvert continuation ,.1. e; dredging) chnnoel reservoir: commenciug foundry and the island of Newfoundland hall give its consent to eleven thousand nine hundred and twenty i [No. 24.] A Joint Resolution directing the any articles to the United States or to the worship ,and the
* e tnivchincry for tpe same extension of ship beuae Mid the application of the stipulation and provisions of nine dollars and fon.y-five cents that being Presentation of a Medal to Commander Republic of San Salvador, respectively than respect due to the laws usage and cu -
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4lt :r 4 .liv gi: fixture And piix for lighting ground and the said treaty lo that Pro\'ince, and the Legislature the balance duo said State, arising out of Duncan N. Ingrah an. such the turns of the country. Liberry shall also -
of the
payable
buildings, Mid all kind thereof and the as are on exportation
rrpnirr <>1 one huudrsd and) Imperial Parliament shall the be to the citizens
v ai1tl-t"u thousand two hundred: anJ tighlyoDC dolbrs. nesessary law for that purpose the above eu pass mcrated issues of military stores }by said State to Be it resolved by the Senate and House of like articles to any other foreign country ; granted bury of
the
; : .. i article shall be admitted free of duty fiom that officers of the United States army, and to Representatives of the United States of nor shall any prohibition be imposed on the | United States who may die"in the

. b. :. Pttitafula, F.'ot, I: >*:, 'lIt wharf, engine and blast) pipe* fur smith IUIII date of a proclamation by the President of the United I United States during the war with GreAt Britain President of the (United States be and he is produce or manufactures of the United Statesor in convenient and and adequate
1C'iitIe ,
and ;
f : chop; re1ikrs of nil I kind. on bundred State,declaring that he has satufucttry evidencethat
"! Mud 1 forty tltrte thoDAaud: Ove hundred dollars the said Province has consented in a due and declared in eighteen hundred and hereby requeste I to cause to be made a medal of the Republic of San "Salvador' to or places to be appointed and established

: t Navy Yard. proper manner to have the provision of the treaty twelve. I with suitahlu devices, and presented to from the territories of the United States, or t for that purpose with the knowledge

,' 'UI 'f, 5 4'1 Ff
'- >.Arj>eHtcr *b"j>, ituribuutfe, wharf, two hundred "UP'j J I full benefits,of Auju-.t all the C stipulation, 1S51.An tl.etuu: contained.Approved of the United States, as a testimonial San Salvador, which shall not equally extendto places sepulture as may be chosen by

r. juti dollars. i An act to establisn a Lincl( District h the of the high sense entertained by Congress of all other nations. the friends of the deceased nor shall the

l .\hut-bouse Stit-kctt'and Jhrlnr buil.ling AV* }wrJt-.-F,,r rftiinf)0.1 l ) f'n.l"f Act ruling Appropriations for the Sen'Ice of tic State of (Florida to be called the District o I his gallant and judicious conduct on the ARTICLE 6. In order to prevent the possibility funerals or sepulchres of the dead bo

M&u( j n-pair of all1..iD.I. tie pivr tb"U"tud; levelling aud: fty grading.dollars Podt Office department duiing the fi.cal year end- Tarn pi.Bo second of July, eighteen hundred and fifty- of any misunderstanding it is hereby disturbed in anywise, nor upon any ac

? Ij d Fur Miguciiire.: 1 dred\\n$ the and thntieth,five.of June, me thousand eight bun it enacted by the Semfe nnd House of 1 three, in i extending protection to Martin declared that the stipulations contined in the count.

At Mutton.-for fillit* rnoni in number, fiftcoa. nnd\, Be it eu.icted fifty bv the Senate and H.rne of Representatives of the United States o I Kos/Ja, by rescuing him from illegal seizure three preceding articles are to their full extent In like manner the citizens of San

:, I : pht.Ave rpttii.>f all Jullll.kiuJti, one tkoujaud three Luodiod aodiAt 'e of tire tVitc'd State of America in Jlepretivc Con- America in CtII re Assembled, That: aJl IS I :' and imprisonment ou board the Austrianwar.Ltip t applicable to tho vessels of the United Salvador shall enjoy within the

,.t.' yc S I1l1mU lire hereby appropriated f..r the of the ville and St. Augustine in the Slate, of Florida of San Salvador and the
JluJ extension f 1111.111.1110! .% and repair of i all kinds. service S August 4, 1854. reciprocally to vessels States and
unrestrained liberty
;J'b .] :vuu UmiH.-inJ three 'liundifd and liftv-ui.ic; dollars. Post Office tf June Department tho for the year ending the thirtieth lying south of the line dividing wnships! [No. 2f.] A Joint Resolution making Appropriation of the said Republic of San Salvador and a perfect -
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cmd conscience and
one i hundred their
: At IJ"a..Ai"1'ClR.1unlllAllcc, \rurk*. mid platform fi ve, out of < in the eight and fifty- nineteen and twenty, south, be, and the earn' for the Payment of those entitled their cargoes arriving in the ports of the United exercising
any moneys Treasury fromthe
vir' At fur. shot ten tli'Hibund: IIi! "" hundred, dulLira revenue of the said Department in conformity arising Ulhe : is hereby created :; land district to bo called I to the Benefits of the Resolution of the Houseof States, whether they proceed from the religion publicly or privately within
\'Clrfdt.-F
completing il.igarine at Fort I net of t tao .e .: .' JC.M folk, and repairs uf t-hcds fourtccu Lou mud six July ouc eight huu Representative of the United States passed ports country they respectively ;
p.5 L .t l.uuJrcd dQUltrl'r drcd and tLiity six! : : bhall) be at Tampa. August third, eighteen hundred and fifty- i belong or from the ports of any other chapels and places of worship appointed

i.p. II)Ir.uta1s. h hundred l'oitXutjortation of Ow mail, five million two I Sec. 2. And bo it further cnictcd Thai 1 four voting Extra Compensation to Pages foreign country ; and in either case, no discriminating for that purpose agreeably to too
ti-I;. .. .A t ]( .-For lC'l'\i. all .3n1 th.\UllmJ sue &"fcnt.6\"c thousand dollar*; this l laws and of the Uui-
d .MIII"-! v one For conipcuealiuu to pooUuaett, twu millions:; (f act shall take effect at the expiration of f Folders) and others. duty shall be imposed or collected I usages, customs

S., At Stir Yuri:-Fur pi1;, and) fencing botindarj1. dollars; ill months from the day of its passage. Be it resolv. d by the Senate and House of r in the porta of either country on said vessels I ted State

: -, and repair of all!! LiuJj four;tbou'Jdd thicc& LuudrJdiuliarB. For ship steamboat anJ way letters, Iwcnfy-fiv Approved, August 0, 1851. Representative* of the United State of I or their cargoes, whether the same shall ARTICLE 15. It shall be lawful for the

.r. '. thousand To.- dollar; America in Congress assembled. That the n be of native or foreign produce or manufac citizens of the United States of America .
At J'Jiif'i<-tih;a.-For water rent (1)1OflO thoui wrapping pnpcr fifty-vve thousand dollars; [No. 3. A Resolution
-. For office furniture in the office ] authorising an In-I sum appropriated in the (House of Representatives ture. and of the Republic of San Salvadorto
and eight hundred and fiftv-fivr and repair of all }post eight thou I. of the Forre in the ARTICFE 7. It is likewise that it
crease Office
l.ia.lt1 l four thousand 'u.J'IJ and dollars; of L' on this day for the payment of ita I agreed, sail with their ships, with all manner
i:. !.dl4. ecvcb forty fie-t1ol I. For advertising eighty-five thousand) dollar; Superintendent of the Pub'ic Printing. I pages and employees! to bo paid out of any Ir shall be wholly free for all merchants commanders liberty and security no disiinc-

..., i A t XorfM.-For rcpmrs of all kinds, one thousand For For mail blanks bags, sixtv-five, fifty-dre thuusiuid lh"us\n.JcJlllla.; Resolved by the Senate and House of Rep I, moneys) in the treasury not otherwise appro. of ships, and oilier citizens of both tion beinh made who are the proprietors
dollars
tl'1lgrs. ; resentatives of the iated.Approved. countries, to by themselves or agents -
For mail lock, keys, Bud United States of Americ:: pi manage merchandise laden thereon, from
l At 'Q"l'1.-Frr k titmH tampa, twenty-five thou
; conductors and re- 1 in >Assembled That 5 1S31. their own business in all the ports and
t-au dollar the August .
,
)'I\inl of all kiud' four theusanJ five hundred ; Superin : any port to the places of those whore
and For ui.il depredation aud tin lent of the Public places subject to the jurisdiction of each other -.
be
cighty.une Jull'lflt: pccial agents, *ixtthousand .V Printing and he i is a or shall be at enmity with either of'the
TUat tho law arrro"IirI! March eighteen bun. dollai; hereby authorised, to increas-j the force in I j By the President of the United States of A- as well with respect to the consignments It shall likewise
'dred and forty-three, directing advertisements for matcriali For nod d rx. iothe office of postmasters five hundred his office by the appointment of two additional I I imrien.A anti sale of their goods and merchandiss by contracting be lawful parties.
sixty thou-aud dollars for the citizens aforesaid
: fur the uavy be und is hereby *>i far modifies] ; cl.-rks the I wholesale! or retail, as with respect Jo the
,fi',.c .. iu to require the cass o.i1y of luati-rerials to be II'''a five F.tb"Usaiti'r poetage dollare stamps and tamixd; envelopes, fift.r allowed ,the at clerics same salary therein..iiproed per annum. now h I r PROCLAMATION* loading l unloading and sending off their, to sail with the ships and merchandise

.r .- to ted the in the several advert telOrllb and and c:1.itf.uf bidders to be referred I For -c'larieoui items; one LuuJred and twenty February employed 10, 1831.No. I WIIAREAS a ucncra) Treaty of Amity, ships; they being in all these Cases to be before mentioned, and to trade with
9. n.aygents burcauq who S I Lo. nJ vijatioii: and! Commerce between the U- the and from the
11 ,'.1:, will; fiin!i S : ; each aud evtry arUc'e, with tUtu; ef'' For conp.laUon of post route, as contal.ied in Hi( ]: 5.] Joint Resolution authorising a : lited States of North America and the Republic they reside, or at least to be placed on an e- places, ports, and havens of those who
.
J tIt
4 : dlk cry, ate. lilll' ve at present caiou ('f Curl a tlelsiug of San Salvador concluded and I
-I .
.. 's li mutes one thuufand dollars ; Supplemental Contract for certain Marble I was Fuality with the subjects or citizens of the are the enimies of both or either party
xr : For of tae olBwr}dariueCi'rps. To enable, the Poo t.lU"LSt.er.Ucntra.1; to purchase the for the Capitol extension. signed at the city of Leon, on the second I I most favored nation. without any opposition or disturbance
muummissincd
r) -. musicians pay and privates, clerks!* u. sengi.T*, .tt'ofSecr'lird@1*, pt'e.t of the uiHlicll padlvxrk should he be of opus i Resolved by the Senate and House of day of January, in the year of our Lord one ARTICLE 8. The citizens of the neither whatsoever, not only from the placesof

';:t'. find servants: fur rution and clj hiu: for eerrauU,I'JuJ iou the do.Lira.public acrvicc require: it,the sum of five thou of the United States of Americain Representatives thousand eight hundred and fifty, which treaty of tho contracting parties shall be liable the enemy before mentioned to neutral -
vubftuteoca and odditiminl ratioti : is in the words following, to-wit t
>ice uf officer; fur undrawn clothing* for fire and years'ration ser. SKC. 2. And be it further enacted. That there band e .. Congress Assembled, That the President General of to any embargo, nor be detained places, but also from one place belonging

IL;'::: :... )jooutie fur re-euli.tuieuu and pay for unexpiied I is hereby appropriated out of any money iu th C of the United States be, and he i is hereby au \ Treaty Amity Navigation, and with their vessels cargoea merchandiseor l to an enemy to another place
.
,. terra of previous service treoauiy uototh-erwise uppropriati-d, a lIum.oc.t excecdiug thorised Commerce between the United States of r effects for military expedition to whether
: two hundred and thirtri to cause a supplemental contract to I any belonging an enemy, they
,. rF? rty-fvur> \ thousand one hundred and sixtccu dollar* aod thou3.ind two f*ur hundred million 1 threu and wity-four hundred dollar and forty-foui r be made with the contractors fur marble for North Salvador.America and the Republic of San I nor for any public or private purpose i be under the jurisdiction of one power
to
: ; That the cents n commuiooed; officers musician find I any dt-ficiency: that may aiioe in the revenues supply uf:- the Capitol extension, to procure the columns whatever without allowing to those interested of under several. And it is hereby

v jfiyate* of the United State Slaiiue corps, shall be the Puet Office Department to meet the foregoiiappropriation g and ashlar in larger }blocks than required by, The United States of North America and I an equitable and sufficient in stipulated that free ship shall also give

r2.t: entitled to and roceiued the same yay and bounty for for the year ending the thirtieth 01 the specifications of their present contract. the Republic of San Salvador desiring to I demnification. freedom to goods, and that thing

,, .b. .!; re-culittingas: are now or may )hereafter be uhowedtu'.Uie ; Juue btc, oiio 3. thousand And be it eight further hundred enacted and, That fifty five. Approved, March 1, 1851. make lasting aud firm the frien hip and good I I ARTICLE 9. Whenever the citizens of which shall be found on board every the ships
nou-oommisiooed officers musiciuin, and hereafter. understanding which happily exists between I
t4 .4. Tate in the inlintry of the pri- I ho Postmaster-General be authorited and directed to i either of the contracting parties shall belonging to the citizens either of the
;r For prortiiou fur marines army serving; on shore, twen I4 continue Ui mail aen icu between Charleston KeVet [No. C.] A Resolution accepting certain both nations have resolved to fix, in a nlan-: be forced to seek refuge or asylum in contracting parties shall be deemed to
: \ and clear distinct and the ruleswhich
:; ty-nine thousand nine hundred und eighty-four dollar Havana during August and September Volumes and Medals presented by her ner positive, the rivers bays ports or dominions ofthe be flee and exempt although the whole
i
oiid; ereuty-fi cent by a competent steamer as it is now bring performed i-1 Britanic shall in futre bo religiously observed I
For cloUuiug, fifty-txvo; (boanud and sixty-four dolhr during ten mouths of the year; and 1 that to enable I ted States.Majesty's Government to the Un 1- between each other, by means of a Treaty or I other with their vessels whether lading, or any part thereof, should appertain

:-1t: .; him n..."_ to-.!do AU'eo..-f, ten_._thousand_.._,_u ..dollar_ *. are hereby. appro-* General Convention of Peace and Friendship merchant or war public or private to the enemies of either'|(con-
a i Fur (fuel fourteen tlwusnud one hundred and nine- .utb-u vise appropriated.uw. vi "Y uu/ncjr ui MM treasury noi oiuer- Resolved by the Senate and House of Representatives Commerce and Navigation. through stress wheather pursuit off tfaband goods being always Excep-

: rt ty-for dolbir acnd fifty cent* ; of the United Stated of America enemies want of ted.
SET. 4. And be it further enacted, That there be For this desirable object the President o pirates or or provision )
,.. ;I For military stores, repair of Arm.pay of armorer; allowed and paid to the i in Congress Assembled, That. the Government I- water they shall be received and L It also in like
agreed
;:.i'. for accoutrements ordnance st res. flag (drum, fife, post maatei of Washington the the United States America has conferred I or I 13 manner,
,'-.."_. -.., und musical instrument, eight thousand dollars; ciiy Dutrict of CulumbiA out of any money iu the ot United States accept ihe presentation I. full powers upon E. (;. Squier, a citizen of treated with humanity giving to them L that the same liberty shall be extendedto
not otherwise volumes and
.. For tMniportation of ofikt-r* and troopn, and ex, one treasury mill pound appropriated the a commi ion of medals illustrative of the the said States, and their Charge d'Aflalres all favor and protection for repairing persons who are on board a free

'.4,rt.1r PCFr'repair of recruiting* of barracks, twelve and tliousaun reut of dollar temporary; barracks lie d.cuniunts per printed upon by order aggregate of Congress weight and of pub de- and Exhibition fifly,oti0 in, London presented, in by eighteen her Britannic hun-Jred to Guatemala ; and tho President of the Republic their ships procuring provisions anuplacing I ship, with this effect that altho theybe

aua orfici-M, six thoatmad dollar; i pOllited| in the office of Bind postmaster, to be mailed ; Government of San Salvador has conferred similar themselves in situation to continue enemi to both or either party,
Majesty's in
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:: -i; .: For contingencies, viz: freight. ferriage cartage' act this and allowance to continue to comrnetK-e f'JrOile with the passage of this esty's Commissioners for, the behalf said of her Maj-1 and equal powers apon Senor Licenciado their voyage without obstacle or they are not to bd taken out ofthat free
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only,and to he exhibition
aid wharfage; compensation to jonge* advocate; per; year computed Dun Augustin Mora s. who, after having hindrance of kind unless officers sol!
o them for atteudingeuurt.s martial and (rum the iwoertaincd"weight for the month of nnd that they be placed in thu Library of any ship, they are and
.., ; for constant labor house rent in coun lie of quartet of enquiry *-. January, eighteen huudied and fifty-four. And that Congress. exchanged their said full powers in due farm, ARTICLE 10. All the ships merchan diers, and in the actual service ,of the

i4; Imrial uf deceased marine, printing. advertising, stalioucry said the said com.nissions jwatmaster the be required to pay out of the Resolved, That a copy of this resolution have agreed to the following articles t dise and effects belonging to the citizens i enemies ; provided however and it is
to clrrks
and other ARTICLE 1. There shall be firm
--h'1 ,forage postage pursuit of deserters candle employeesof be communicated a perfect I, of of the which that the in
his office a sum not exceeding two hundred laud to the British Govenmient: t one contracting parties hereby agreed, stipulation
wil straw furniture Uxl saek*. spade bov U and inviolable and sincere
peace friendship
.( picks, aDd carptmter' tool, expense of a horse axes forntentenicer. fifry dollar each per annum, a* compensation for the in such manner as the President of thu United between the United States of America and i which may be captured by pirates this article contain, declaring that the
t*. psy of a matron, washerwoman end extra labor performed by them in the assortment and States may see proper. of San Salvador in whether within the limits oi its j Inrisdicj flag shall cover the property; shall be
the all the
,J vT und for dollars the li<:*|iiul at bqaere hrety-fiy pr mailing to account of for sid, and documents settle with; and the that Post be Office be required Department Approved, March 17, 1831, tent Republic of their possessions and ,territories, exci j tion or on the high seas and may be understood as applying to those power

1 1 For Uo reappropriation of the ( carried for the diaburserneut of these commissions, and between their citizen respectively, without carried or found m the rivers roadsbays only who recognize this principle ; but
J ,; to the surplvs fund under 'the onowin s of any surplus that may remain b the same manner as [No. 7.] Joint Resolution) authorising the distinction of or places. ports or dominious of the other, if eitear of the two contracting,parties

r :.. tenth section of the let etit.Ao piaioB th ap is now SEC.required 5. And in the be settlement further of Enacted his other accouuts. Secretary of the Treasury and Light House. ARTICLE 2.persons The United States of Americaand shall be delivered up to the owners shall be at war With a third, and the
..1' propriktion for the diplomatic expeuse That Board to determine upon the Site, Plan : due form other remains neutral l the of
the goreniment for the Tear ending the thirtieth of the Postlnaater.G eneral be authorized and and Mode of Constructing the the Republic of San Salvador desiringto they providing in and proper : flag the
: June thousand LightHouMon live in and harmony with all the their before the tribunals : neutral shall cover the ptoperty of enemies
i1cPj one tght bunro and fifty three,and directed to establish a mail on the Mississippi Cahasset Rocks and for peace nation rights competent
: tor other nurponens. thirty tll opt one Ritrvr, from Cairo to New Orleans, and from other pu r. of the earth, by mean of a policy frank it being well understood that whose governments acknowkdgb

ihonsand payment eight bnndrea of and fifty incurred two. b aplie Keokuk, Iowa, to Galena in Illinois, and that poses.Resolved by the Senate and House of and equally friendly) with all, engage mutually 1. the claim shall be made Within the this principle, and not of other.
'Ih I ttt a exe prior he contract for the Representatives 1 not to grant any particular fuvor to other the themselves ARTICLE 16. It is likewise
I '; day of July, O oigli) fif same in one line or in of the United States of America: term of one year by parties agreed,
,,-t"o; for carrying ioto effect UN* provision an the such division or sections or both as may be in Congress Assembled, That the Secretary' nations in respect of commerce and navigation their attorneys"or agents of their that in the case where the neutral flagof
4 art providing fuf.the prusectitiun of the war oetweeotlic most compatible with the I which shall not immediately become of the
and public service, and of the Treasury and Light-Honse Boird be,I respective governments. one contracting parties sb,1l
1 ; t United States one buodred the Republic and fifty-ux of Mexion dollar, tweutyfiz and- to facilitate the execution of this section (he ,, and hereby are, authorised to determine upon I common to the other party, who shall enjoy ARTICLE 11. When any vessels belonging ; protect the propertp of one of the ene

:. fifty et.tud Postma5 r.Geueral may make immediate the site, plan and mode of constructing the tho same freely if the concession was freely to the citizens of either of the< I mies of the other by virtue of the above

bee t. .And be it further etiactud. That th p temporary arrangement for carrying said light-hoose upon the Cobasset rocks on the made, or on allowing the same compensationif parties shall be wrecked or stipulation it shall always be understood -
contracting
*. ti "i.iV oootsJued io tbs a of tho twenty-second mail by the trip, and if he fail to obtain acceptable southernly side of the entrance into Boston the concession \vas conditional suffer that the neutral found
.., 1 iril hundred foundered or shall any damageon property
] eighteen fifty-four adding a perceutag bids after AUTICLE 3. The two high contracting
for harbor par.tiel
Et4' to tW pay 'of the clerk employed at the oa. Advertising thirty And so much of the act approved likewise desirous the the coasts or within the dominionsof on board such enemy's vessels shall be
days ho make being of placing
may private contacts: for August thirty-one
Ty-yard" ia W hsogtnoeity. be ronntruotl a* inco" car- eighteen hundred and fife held and considered
i the clerk and oiesseugur in the office of the L Na: ryhig said mail, and tho said mail shall be ty-two,, and the act approved March third, commerce and navigation of their respectivecountries the other there shall be given to them aa enemy's property :

"y For said yard and u messenger io teCDJ."daut' earned daily from Cairo to New Orleans ; eighteen hundred and fifty-three, relative to on the liberal basis of perfect equal all assistance and protection in the e and as such shall be liable to de
"aeb
s t but the Postmaster-General) is authorized at the rebuilding of the light-house Minot'o L ity and reciprocity, mutually agree that the same manner which is usual and customary tention and confiscation, except

Se and. b fmllter Dctd. tiat all the his discretion to restrict the delivery of the Ledge, as are inconsistent with the, on i citizens of each may frequent all the couttand with the vessels of the nation property as was put on board socn ves

: fjound the tanD"avy in Shelby belouging,kD Teo->wn mail at all other points than Cairo Memphis, of this act, are hereby repealed. provisions i countiios of the other, and reside therein, where the damage happens permittingthem eel before the declaration of war, or even

',' .ae b and the same Yad i coded t county.. the Mayor: Napoleon, Vicksburg,Natchez, Baton Rouge Approved, March 27, 183-1. and shall have the power to purchase and I to unload the said vessel if necessary afterwards, if it were done without

;; L and of toe city of Memphis, far the u e and and New Orleans, to three mails a week I hold lands, and all kind of real eetate, and of its merchandise and effects the knowledge of it; but tho contracting
ocfit of swd eity and that the Socrefiwy of die Navy Provided to iu all kinds of trade manufacture having -
each herein moths
z way. Nothing contained [No. 8.] Joint Resolution relative to engage without for it im parties agree that two
order the oooxnandaat of said exacting duty
Yard any
Navy at
Memphis to surrender to the Mayor of Memphis said I shall bo so consttued as to impair the for Provisions, Clothing, and Small Dids1 and mining, upon the same term with the or contribution whatever unless; elapsed alter the. declaration of war,

: property: Provided, that the accounting officer ofth rights of parties heretofore contracting for for the use of the Navy. I native citizen: and shall enjoy all the privileges poet be destined for ; their citizens shall not plead i ignorance
consumption
they may thereof. On tho if tSe flag of(
f Ageo at Memphis, shall nut deduct the sum of two Approved, Aogost 5. 3854. I Representatives of the United States or may be made to the citizen. of any. m. sale in the country of the port where contrary
of Am
neutral does the enemy'aproperty
ir- not
tboustttxi u'dM bundrsd and sixty-fiur dollars sod and shall all the 1- they have been disembarked. protect
right, privileges may
6ft7I ica io country, enjoy
received ban and Congress Assembled That all bids f for ,in that the and
Bios orots wlresuly; by passed I f case goods
each
citizens of
ARTICLE 12. The o .
4 E' rsdit oo the book of UM Treasury Dtpsjtinmt t. from An act to establish certain additional Post 'supplies of provisions, clothma) and small and exemptions, in navigation, commerce -

.'4 bis; ssLuy a* acting purser, provided for by ao act making Roads. stores for the use of the navy may be rejected1 and manufactures, which native cii Li. the contracting parties shall have,povr 7r merchandise of the neutral embarkedon

appropmtiou* foi the u*ra} sorvice of the eoon. Be it enacted by the Senate and House !. at the option of the department, if made; Zeus do or shall enjoy, submitting: themselves er to dispose of their personal _r ff > such enemy's ships shall be free.

try forth* t"r the year endiogr tbe tbirtiUof ,. of Representatives of UM United State of by one who is not known as a manufacturerof to the laws, decrees or usage there established real estate within the jurisdiction of ARTICLE IT This liberty of naviga"

I Lrhtsen 8ec.,.bundritd Aud be and it further fifty-throe.eoadsd. That (be t.. America in Congress assembled, That the or regular dealer in, the article proposed( to which native citizen are subjected.But the other by sole donation testament C kT tiou and commerce shall extend to alt

"O.aeral order the Secretary of the Navy dated following be established o* Post Roads : : to be famished; which fact, or the reverse, it is understood that this article does not otherwise and their representation b 5- kinds, of merchandise, expecting those

August thirty-one, eighteen hundred and 'pt" ", la Mississippi.-Fmm Grenada to a pointon must be distinctly stated in the bide offered include the coasting trade of either country, ing citizens of the other party shall ouly which are distinguished by .tho

*uid Mytweotyvu, eigbteeo buudred and forty.. TalUhatcbeo river, near Dudley S. Ben that the bid of aH persons who may have, the regulation of which is reserved by the succeed to their said personal goods or name 61* contraband ; aud under thi*'
tttveo upoi r.1a1i" rauk,shall bare the Some and eftsul nett's From failed with the parties respectively, according to thir own good
pknta Philadelphia) to Pen.IAco to comply conditions of any real estato whether by testament or ab name of contraband prohibited ,

of 6.ltr.tica Aod be U further enacted That the pay ). contracts they have previously entered in separate lawLARTICLE intestate, and they may take possession shall be comprehended. -

vl the UaUwaius,ftmnan carpooter and aoilmalWjof In Louisiana.-From* Greensborg to a with the United States, shall, at the option too_ 4. They likewise agree that thereof either by thcU ul Yed or othcNacting 1st.Cannons mortars bx> itze1"iwvett1 *

the NarysfcallU I as follow.: point .intersection the railroad from New Orleans the department, be rejected ; that if more whatever kind of produce, manufacture, or for themand dispose of the san o bluuderueaa musket, riftt*,carbin'

I Ou leave W waI_orders per annum, sit him ( to J Jackson Mississippi at or near the than one bid be offered! for the supyly' of an merchandise of any foreign country, can 1 be will such dues swords sabre ancehulbsrfcj ..
their paying only pikes
t ."1'. seven w dred dells,,; from time to time lawfully imported into die at as en piatoL,
of WeiJ.u article of
...Jctuuwbondr :* own may
Virh3i1.-flom in lib in the .
( ; Creek in
MuJJr ouu n &wt'vr tame of his ,
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matches, balls, and all other which sail without convoy : and'when request and expense of those nho reclaim -1, 'IVy may apply directly' to tbe.authorities of 1 fnngv the rules of neutrality when the nation which and decide the same, without any terfefere' ;cr"
the district in which and I the consul resides is at war with another nation molestation hmdranbe on the part of a iy /I
which they reride they m easeofpyeremty.
k tLo of these tinder be sent tb the ships to they may
belonging. use said vessels shall be them to ,
convoy, VIII.
thiug rmxirse to the national government ABTICU authority of Borneo, either before, door 1!
the verbal declaration of the commander belonged, or to others of the same nation ; through the diplomatic agent of their narto. If The present eonVent'im 111111. ratifieil by the governments after the litigation. !fJ I 3 0:1

ar1Ui. Buckler belmets, breastport coatf : of the convoy on his' word of hon. but if they be, not sent back ,within two there b*.nvi or directly if there be no such agent. of contracting republics and the ralifieotKHM This shall be'ratified, and the ratifications :ft1
2d. bclU and clothes made. that'the Vessels his months, to be counted from the day of arrest in complaint against any infraction nf the treaties of shall be exchanged nt S'cuta within the term treaty I,
undor Bruniat t
ail infranty or protection 1 1I this date sooner thereof shall be exchanged at '
Counted from ,or U'M
( l they shall be s+t ut liberty, and shall be'no: :commerce committed by tb* authority or fxtBtni 'of eighteen mcutt*. j
ju tho form and> fur the military beleng to the nation whose flag he i I arrested, for' the I employed 1 by them in the country,to the injury nf the if nueaibla any time drior the fourth"da?"of Jnly.i'i \ i
up carries and when they may be bound I more same cause. commerce of the nation b Whose service the consul is Arncii IX. the year one thohsaud eight_hundred and flf- ;,;, }
A.T. 34. For the of more effectually thu j
ie. purpose engaged. The contention shall be binding j
baits and horses with to that they have present upon 1
d. Oavalry an enemy's port, no I protecting their commerce and navigation 2, They may apply to the authorities of the consular contracting parties so long as the treaty of peace ty.four. the of Bruni this 'twenty- f'
their flJrnitur contraband goods on board shall be the two Contracting parties do hereby district and. in toss of necessity they may have friendship navigatine, and commerce between the Done'at city on '' I
AuJ 1 jnorally all kinds of arms sufficient. to form as soon hereafter as circumstances recourse to the national government through the dip.omrie United States and New Granada the ratifications 01 third day of June Anno Domini one thousand / r. I
ith utnents of iron steel brass and ARTICLE 2*. It is further agreed. agree consular convention ) eoVof their nation if there be any, or directly which were exchanged at Washington on the tenth of eight hundred and fifty, and, on this.thirteenth -.11 {;
*n((1 i'ortr will permit, a if there te no such agent against any abuse June one thousand eight hundred and CurtJ'-e b1. day of the month Saahmt/ fthe He- 'ii ,
or of any other jnateriol inanu- that in all cases the established courts which shall declare specially the powers and on the part of the authorities of the country or the shall remain b force. ,., hundred and '
thousand hrtyuc.
two
opper prepared. and formed expressly for prize, causes in the country to immunities 5f the consuls \ice-consuls of persons employed by them against in vidnals *f In faith whereof we the plenipotentiaries of (heUnited gira one s.1OMAR J
; t*rcd conducted ,their nation in whose service the consul is engaged; States and of New Granada have signed the JOSEPH BALfcSTIER, [s- :: Ji ,.
to make scar by Sea or land. which the prizes may be the respec'ive parties. and they may, when nc warv. take, such meaeurtsas jwesetand hive affined to it our respective eealu,at AU 'SAlFEDLMNi. [y.. a.j : ', 1
5th. Provision that are imported inVeelced shall alone take cognizance of them.- AKT. & The United States of North I may he proper to prevent jubtice from being denied Wublngtsitj.Jp'fuurth day of Mania the year of And whereas the said Convention has been i. i

or blockaded place. Ahd whenever such tribunals of either America and the Republic of San Salvador! I to them,or del wed and to prevent them from be- our Lord one)thousand, eight hundred au'] fifty. f duly ratified on both-parts, and the retpeethro t. ,;' iI
W"? 18. All other merchandise shall desiring to make as durable as possible the i iujf jndgfd.or':p.i bed by any'otherthRn patent JOHN 11. CL.\1'TOY, [SIAU] iJ I
judgement against ratifications of the eehahged'at ; "
TiCiE- party pronounce same ,
I in RAFAEL tuVMIUL.
relations which are to be established by virtue jud:e? and acrecaM/ t the laws force. ] >
ui things not; comprehended in the any vessel, or goods or proper. have declared S. They may. si U* natural defender of their fellowcountrymen And ..Lerebe said Contention has bee duly fie city orBunt-ontht eleventh day orJnly, ';. ir
l\.S;fleS o"f contra ond explicity, eumerjniwi ty, claimed by the citizens of the other of this treaty, solemnly, appear in their name and behalf rr-tified on both parts, and the respective ratifications one thousand eight hundred and ;fifty-three : f.. I,
. nd classified as above shall be the sentence or decree shall and do agree to, the following points : whenever so requested them before the respective of the same were evcbanged at Bogota on the thirtieth bv Captain WILLIAH J. MCCL1imIY, of the .%* -
L W'; party, 1st The present treaty shall remain in authorities of the place in all cues in which their day of October last by Telvertoo P.King.CuarK* United EXDA ,'', '
I Jjdf the United States tu New Granada awl States Navy' And PANOSTKJCT :' .j t. I

(free and lawful commerce, so that which the same shall have been founded from the day of the exchange of tho I 4. They may acccmpsny the captains mates. or Yictoriano De Diego Parades, Secretary fur foreign MACOTAHJ 'Prime Minister of his Highness .a k"i;>:',
() be carried and transported ; and an authenticated copy of the years ratifications and if neither notifies the I masters of vessels of their nation in all that they Affairs of New Granada, on the part of their respective the Sultan of Borneo, on the part of their respective 5.1 i
they may ; party Government: .
have to do with i
may regard to the manifests of theirmerchandise Governments r .1.1
I in the freest manner ey the citizens oft sentence or decree, and of all the proceedings nther of its intention of reforming *ny or alii; and other documents, and be present ih j I Now. therefore, be it known that MILLARD Now,' therefore, be it known that I, 7' 1. ( s
both the contracting parties even to in the.case shall demanded, the articles of this treaty twelve months before all FILLMORE,President of the United Ltates of Am** : : S=-.i
FRANKLIN PIERCE President of the United
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to .\ be delivered 'to the commander or a- the expiration of the twenty ars stipulated the C3@eI'inWbil'htbelLhoritit'lIcourtl.orjudgt'30f'l' ica, have caused the said Convention to be made pub- .
y
an ,
I ]places, belongin enemy expecting I the above mentioned other lic. to the end that the same, and every clans and article States of America, have caused the said \ 1 K
I those pacing only which arc at gent of said vessel, without any delay above, the said treaty shall continue to their persona respective crevs. or any belonging 1 I I thereof may be observed and fuifiled wilh good Convention to be made public, to :the end '1 h..

that time beselged or blockaded : ond be paying the legal fees for the : Irndtng on both parties beyond the said 5. They may reaive depositions, protests, and I' faith by the United States and the citizens thereof.. that the same, and every clause and :article :.".1 q.., t 1

avoid all doubt in this particular, it same. I i twenty years until twelve months from the statements,from.captains, mates, and masters of vce- In witness whereof I have hereunto my hand thereat.. ., .be .ronsenrea u .I ana.J 'luinuea,.e" win L .'. ,. :..
to may ;
1 I is declared that those places only arc ARTICLr. 25. For the purpose of lessening time its that intention one of of the parties notifies to a reform.the otherof eels of at their wa nation and protcnts retpecting of anv losses individuals itn\l injuries of their snstained ,md caused at the the City seal of of the Washington United States this to 6th beafExed.Dune day of good faith by tiLe United States and the' citizens :.
proceeding ,
beseiged or blockaded which arc actually \ i E; the evils of war, the two high \ nation refpectin mercantile affair These documents December, b the year of our Lord one thou thereof. %
attacked by a bulligercut force ca (ontracting parties further agree that 2d. If any one or more of the citizens of drawn up in authentic copies certified by the omsul, [I.B.,] one thousand eight hundred and fity one In witness whereof I have hereunto set my <:i '.0 |H

of the entry of the :in case a war should unfortunatelytake either party shall infringe any of the articlesof shall he admitted in the courts and offices of justice and of the Independence of the United States hand and caused the seal of the United States 'l ntobeaffixetL
pscle preventing this such citizens shall be held shan have the the seventy-tilth.
] treaty, personally and same validity as if they had been ..,13 f.
them hostilities
uentral. place between and the been authenticated before [Slaved] MILLARD FLLMORK.
for the the courts.
) responsible same, same judges or :
ARTICLE. 19. The articles of contraband shall only be'carried on by persons duly and good correspondence betweenthe 6. They WRY determine on all matters relating to By the President: [Conntersigneil.] Done at the city of Washington;this j ui '
harmony
enumerated and classified commissioned by the Government, be injuries sustained at sea by effects aud merchandise DANIEL WEBSTER. Secretary of State. twelfth day of July in the year of 1. .:
before shall not interrupted thereby
orders nations ; shipped l in vewls of the nation in whose service the [L. s.] oar Lord one thousand eight hun : ,; :. ,
which may be found in a vessel bound and by those under their except each party engaging in no way to protect the cnusul i ia employed arriving at the place of his residence By tJie Prtiident of the United Stales of dred and fifty-four, and of;the Independence :4J .
shall be subject to in repelling an attack or invasion and such violation.3d. that I
fur an'enemy's port offender or sanction provided there be no stipulations to the America.A of the United States .. i I!
detention and confiscation leaving free in the defence of property. If, unfortunately, any of the articles contrary between the shippers owners and insurers. PROCLAMATION. the : I :. '
seventyninth.FRANKLIN
of the and the ship that ARTICLE 36. Whenever one of the contained in this treaty should be violated] or But if amnog the persons interested in such louses .t f";
the rest cargo PIERCE.
the United .
: and injuries, there should be inhabitants of the Wherea a Convention between
the owners may, dispose of them as ) contracting parties shall be engaged in infringed in any way,whatever, it is expressly i try where the consul reside, and not belonging' States of America and His Highness the SultanS B Y THB PRE IDZ T: 'f J '':: i]

\ii Xo vcss-cl of either of the two nation.I the other contracting party shall accept -I parties shall rrdain or authorize any acts of los.es find injuries appertains to the local their respective plenipotentiaries at the city ." -- '

shall be detained on the high seas on'' a commission or letter of marque reprisal, nor shall declare war against the court 7. They the may differences compromise arising amicably between, their and out fellow-of of Bruni on the twenty-third day of Jane one By the President of the United Slates of A- : !fd: -

account of having on board articles ofi for the purpose of assisting or cooperating other, on complaints of injuries or damages., countrymen. provided that those persons agree voluntarily thousand eignt hunvred and tiftv which Convention niefra. .

contraband wherever the master can- hostilely with the said enemy against until the said party considering itself offended I! to tubmit to such arbitration; in which (. is word for word as follows I "A"" ':
i shall have laid before the other a statonaentof i I the aWnment containing th' decision of the consul A PROCLAMATION. 1'V\ ;
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said vessels 111ddh.cr .
of the said at OMAR ALl SAIFEDDIX ebn
\ taing or supercargo parties so war under His Highness ,
It verified an'henticated hv Lim rlf and by hi chancellor or .ecretary \TnSR\II Convention between the Uni'f.; "*
sue injuries or damnges, by competent a '
the articles of contraband to the of treated Marhoum Sultan Mahomed Jamalil! Alam,
J up pain being as a pi bill have all the lorce'of a notarial copy au :
and satisfaction ted Stales of America and Her Faithful ; : .i
proofs, demanding: justice raos$
.
the unless the quantity of thenticate so as to render it ofeKgatory on the interested and Pangiran Anak Maniin, to whom belongthe
:
to captor rate.ARTICLE and the same; shall have been denied in I Majesty, the Queen of Portsgsl and of the I") tAIgrves
parties. Bran and
be and of soP 27. If government of the cotmtiy of f1IMeuipotentiari.s
such articles so great by fatility ,
any violation of the laws and of international concluded stud their }-
8. They my cause proper order to be mabtanvdon and for themselves was signed by :rt
received all its provinces dependencies
be
large a bulk they cannot which cannot be expected, and God right. board of vl'Wj" of their nation. and may decide in this City, cm the twentysixth ..l t 1
board the capturing ship without forbid the two contracting parties on the dfepntes arising between the captains the officer and their decendants on the one part, .
on ART. 36. The present treaty of peace I America the other day of February, in the year of; our .Ii f. :
and the member of the unless the disorders and the United States on r
great inconvenience but in this and all should be engaged in a war with each amity, commerce, and navigation: shall l he *, crew Lord one thousand eight taadred. and fiR'f' >
board should disturb the the
taking place on public I have agreed to cement friendship
P other cases of just detention the vessel other they have agreed and do agree, approved and ratified by the President of the tranquility. or persons not belonging to the crew nr to which has lung and happily existed between one, which Convention, bring in the Englisn. ,. t j..

detained shall be sent to the nearest now for then that there shall be allowed United''States, by and \\ilhtho advice and the nation in wlose} service the consul is employed; them Convention containing the following and Portn ese languages, is word for word : i :'t.
by a
: convenient and safe port for trial the term of six months to the residing consent of the Senate thereof; and by the in which cae the local authorities may interfere. articles as follows i t; : .. .i

and judgement according to law. on the coasts and in the ports of President of the Republic of San Salvador, vessels 9. They of then mny nation direct all which the mar opr ratiixis be wrecked for on saving the ARTICLE:1. Peace, friendship. and good The United States America and Her 'j-J \i

\ ARTICLE20. And whereas it frequently each other and in the interior, to arrange with tho consent and approbation of the, cnata of the' .Ii"trirtbere the conan) reside In understanding shall from henceforward and Most Faithful Majesty, tie Queen of Portugal ::1' :

J happens that vessels sail fur a port their business and transport their Congress of the same; and tho ratifications Mich CaM!. the local authorities shall interfere only in forever sabmst between the United States oi ,and of the Algarveg, equally animated .J.1!;'., ,-

L or plaae belonging to an enemy without I effects wherever they please giving to shall be exchanged in the city of Washington order tn maintain tranquility, to give security V' the America and his Highness Omar Ali Saifed- with the tiesire to maintain the relations.of .: !.it.." t1
interests( the parties concerned and to cause the .-.
knowing that the same: i is beciged them the safe conduct necessary for it, or San Salvador, within eight months. dispositions which should be observed f-T the entry tin. Sultan_ of Borneo_ __ and thoir____ resnoctive_ ___ harmony and amity which have always .i

: '/_.,i. 1,1.,1-1..1 uiuii.uvivv* vi nr invosst.i-d in ;it i is agreed 1 I which may serve as a sufficient protection ., i from the date of the signature- thereof, 01 and export of the property to be fulfilled. In the abcnce successors and citizens and subjects. ted, and which it is desirable to exia"m'! J t

that vessels ; circntnrtancedjmay until-they arrive at the designated sooner if possible. of the consul. and until his arrival the seM authorities ARTICLE 2. The citizens of the United tween the two Powers, having'agreed ,to :: : I
cvrey 1 In faith whereof the ] hall take all the measures C.r the minate the pending 1 4"
Convention
, be turned from such port or ', The citszens of all other we, Plenipotentiaries necessary States of nerica shall have: full liberty to by a questions
away port. occupations of the effects of the wrecked vewel itp
of the United States of America and of tho preservation between their respective Governments, -.J
place but shall not ,be detained norj who may be established in the Republic of San Salvador, have signed and 10. They may take pn *eMion, make in\'engine*, enter into, reside in,trade with and pass with in relation to 'certain pecuniary,claims of American -1-1I ., :'. '
to estimate the value of articles their merchandise through all parts of the dominions -
.
fcliall part of her cargo if not con. \ territories or dominions of the United appoint appraisers I. the Government '4i4 -
V.. any sealed these presents, in the city of Leon, on ami' proceed to the pale of the moveable property of of his Highness Sultan of Borneo-, 'citizens presented 4iy '
traband: be confiscated unless after States or of San Salvador, shall be the second day of Jauuary. in the year of our individuals of their ItIIt IQ'-OO tray die in the Country and shall therein all the privileges of the United States Against iDe' Government ..;: fl
enjoy
!' warning of such blocdadc or investment respected and maintained in the full Lord one thousand right hundred and fifty, where the consul reaies without leaving preen- and they with to commerce or of Portugal, have appointed'tstheir :,

l' from the commanding officer of enjoyment of their personal liberty and and of the independence of the United States I I tore appointed by their will or heirs at law. Io.n advantages whieh, respect which here- Plenipotentiaries tor that purpose, to wit ;. ". =
otherwise are now or
the blockading forces she bhall again property unless their particular conduct tho fceventv-fourtli. pnch prnce< of
with tvn merchant chosen by himself for drawing after be granted to the citizens or subjects
attempt to enter ; but she bhull l li e j,erinitteu shall cause them to forfeit this i:. (;ao. SQUIER. [tL. P/J' up the sni I papers or delivering the property or theo the most favored nation ; And the subjects of merica, Daniel Webster, Secretary .f'State .t '

to go to any'other! port or place|j protection which in consideration of| AUGUSTUS MORALES. [L. 8.1] pnflnce ( itn sale, observing the laws of his country his Highness the Sultan of Borneo shall, in of sai J I United State, and : .

the bhall think pru.per. Nor hall: any humanity: : tho contracting parties engage And whereas he said treaty has been dii'y' and the order- which.; h. may reecivp from his own like manner, be at liberty to enter into, residein Her Most Faithful Majesty, 1 C.'d_ ;Fi- t Qt:
but, 'flfltIlC tiaK cot iliscLurec these :
.
veSsel that may have entered into sucli' to give them. ratified on both parts, and the respective eovernment functions in those: (Site who e Pf'C'll 1r lesnalati"nmay I trade with, and pass through with their ganiere e Morao, of Her ConnctL- .Kcught e }

]Port before the same was actually be I ALTICLE 23. Neither the debts due from ratifications of the same have been exchanged not allow Whensoever there 5 ill no cr a ul in merchandise through all parts 'Of the United Com a8der of the Orders of Christ and of t

Mjiged blockaded or invested by the1 I individuals of tho one nation to the individuals ; the place where the death occur. the local antbtritie ; States of America as freely as the citizens 0.L. r Conception of ''Villa Yicoza, and n'

other be reatrriued from quitting that of the other, nor shares nor money which Now therefore be it known that! I, Frank ohull! take all the precautions hi their power to secure and subjects oft e most favored rations ;and Minister Resident of Portugal near. the Uov- t' :

place, with her cargo nor if be found I they may have in public\ funds nor in public lin Pierce President of the Lnitu J States, the 11.Tir"nerty They of the tkrnind cl!ccaed.: from the local authoritiesthe they shall enjoy in the United States 'of A- ernment of the United States- I ;1;
may
therein after tho reduction and surrender or private banks, bhall ever, in any event of have caused the said treaty to be made public arrest of seamen deEPrting from the vewels of the meriea all! the priviHgestnd advantages with Who, after having exchanged thetrespect- 4: 1" '

shall such vessel or her be war or of national difference, be bequestered to the end tkat the same, and every article nation in wb ee &y'j ice the enrwnl M employed exhib, respect to commerce or otherwise, which are ive full powers, fboad to be in due and proper j if
cargo .
or confiscated. I and clause thereof may he observed and ititig. if neee*"ary, the n-instfr of the\' her muster which hereafter be granted therein form, have agreed apoa aaicoaclsJed the -

liable restored l to confiscation to the owners but thereof.they bhall be ARTICLE 29. Both the contracting parties I. fulfilled with good faith by the United Slates : this r dem-iivl.',ll. anri any The other caul official authorities document shall in tftVe support eucKnievnre of now to or the citizens may or subjects of the most favorud following articles : b ji 'f t.'.

bt'ingde:rons of avoiding all inequality in and the citizens thereof.In all mac be in their power f.r the discovery nation. A&trcxs 1. i ; ;i. :
AUTICLE. 21, Iu order to prevent all relation] to th"ir public communications and witness whereof, f I have hereunto set An,1 I arrest of HtHi'1 deserters and shall place them at ARTICLE 3. Citizens of the United States Her Most'Fakhfnl_ Majesty the Qaeen .of i r t .

"kiud disorder in the visiting and examination official intercourse, have agreed and do agreeto my hand, and caused the seal of tho United the disposition of the consul' : l IJ if the Vessel to shall be permitted to purchase rent, or occupy Portugal and ot the Algarve, appreciating ..d:F t f

of the Fhips and cargoes of grant to the envoys, ministers and other States to be affixed. which, they Itelonjr sliall 'have sai ed. and no opportunity shall- l ,or in any&theriegaJ'Wiy to acquire all the difficulty of the tw. (jovernmenkV. agree- .'.P ,',

Loth the contracting parties on the public agents, the same favors, irnmmunities, Done at the city of Washington, this be kept for in seixhnj arrc L them at the away'should expenne of cccnr the xi!they ul.for,' two, kinds of property within the dominions of his ing *saUject .cl"'tftsrOMth&, 4i J' .:

high eeas they have agreed mutually and exemptions which those of the most favored eighteenth day of April, in the year or month; and if. at the expiration of that time,'they Highness engages that sueh citizens r>f I the difference of'eptmon entertained by them re. ,.i? r. ;.r

that whehever a national vessel of war I nations do or shall enjoy ; it being oar Lord one thousand eight hundredL. wltould not have ben sent awav. they shall Wool at United States of America shall, as far as lies specliveJy, which difficulty might fcaftafd the .' "*2._! -

public or private shall meet with a understood that whale%'er favors, immunities, [ s.] and ffry-threp, and of the Independence liberty by the) respective autljorilies and caaaot again in his power, within his dominions, enjoy full : continuance of the goodjuoderaUailing_:BOW .w[ ., [[ *'

nsutrrl] of! the" other contracting party, or privileges the United! States of America or of the United States the seven- be 12.*rfe 1'I..y'te l f.lr the give name such cau.-docnmsnts e. as may .b* necessary and complete protextioa and security for f prevailing between them and resolved: to .' _i J.', .

ths first shall remain out of cannon the Republic of San Salvador may find it tysevenVh.FRANKLIN fr; the may intercourse between the two countries themselves and, and for any pryperty which maintain the same anirftpMred* has as eoted ';= !*?; t 3 3to

fclot unless iu stress of weather and proper to give to tbe ministers and public PIERCE.BY aiyl oonnteiVi tTv e which may l av' been given by they may so acquire in future, or which they pay to the Government of the United 1>,*I ft* .
of other shall the THE PRESIDENT : lie authorities. They may_alao give bills of health before the date of the ,; 'Jt r.1
tend its boat with two or three Hgents any power, by same 'may have acquired already States, asam quivaeut indemnities. i
may \v. L. MARCY Secretary of State. if necessary to aeoseU sailing from the porl wh--re the '. .'''"t' I :: r..t.,
the said act, be extended to those of each of the con which hebelJlI the Convention.AKTICLE claimed 1 for scroral American ethleftWlu t "
men in order of ihe nation to
only to execute consul re'ule to the pots
\ tracting parties.AILTICLE also certify invoice, muster roIKond 4. Xo article whatever: shall be the exception of that mentioned in the f arth .: i ; :
l i the animation of the papers concerning 1 I 30. To make mOTe effectual the Br the President of tie Tuitc-1 States of America. 4be-; they papers may nceeesory(or the commerce and navigation prohibited from being imported kite or'exported article,) and which sum the Goverfimeot of j :;";'t
vessel .
the rilOCLAMATION.'Whereas
of A
f ownership; and cargo protection which the United States and the a Convention of the United States of of vessel from the territories of his Highness the the Unit:d States undertakes to'receive io. 11: .,
viHiout
causing the least extortion vio'ttiee lie-public of San Salvador shall afford in future Ain T:ca and lie Republic of New Grenada fi r declaring IS. They may appoint a chancellor or secretary Sultan of Borneo; but the trade between the full satisfaction of said claims except as :

or ill treatment for which the to the navigation and commerce of the enpeciullj' the powcre and immutiiticB of the whensoever the consulate documents.baa none and one a required United States of America and the dominions i aforesaid, and to distribute the came among ". ." ; : ; ;

commanders of said armed ships shall: of each othej Consuls and Vtoe-Comics of the respective parties, for'tuthhitieting the Sultan of Borneo, 'Shall ,: : .
receive
citizens they agree to They may anoint commercial nc Tit* to employ all of his Highness the oUimaots. :f..,, ) .
f beresyoiisible with their persons and anJ to admit consuls and vice-consuls in all was concluded and signed at Wasbiugtun on the fourth the means in their powe, in behalf of individuals of be perfectly free, and shall be subject only to 11. R1'ICLE 11'_ ..."r-.t' .r.II'A. .
t property (which the com-' who day uf May, in the year of our Lord on* thousand the nation in trfaose service the consul is,and fer exe- duties which hereafter fce in not -".* ::4
purpose the ports open to foreign commerce, eight hnudrtxl &llifl,. which Convention being in cotml think the custon may The high contracting parties, being
:. aauders private armed shall, before shell enjoy in them all the rights, preroga- the English uod Spanish laaguages, u, word for word, cut ng the to entrust commix.ns to them.xrhich cttt of the the place may of l his rest force in regard to such trade. be! to come to an agreement upon the ques- J'J ., I r!'.

'; receiving their coiutuiBsions. give suf--' t ves and immunities of the consuls and vice- as follows: dines proper! providedence; provided 'riowe'er. that such ARTICLE fx N duty exceeding Orte dollar tion of public law involved in the case of the .j.; -:

j fJclcnt: security to answer for all the consults of the most favored nation ; each Consular Coavevttan between the Republic of 2cW agents are not to eujoy the prerogative* conceded Incnninlft per registered too shall be levied on American American privateer brig General Arms- .-3

damage they may commit. And it ib i contracting party, however, remaining atliberty Granada and the United State of America.In ,but only those which are peculiar '-- vessels entering the ports of Ms Highness strong," destroyed by Brush vessels in the % : i

expressly that the neutral i It except those ports and places in the name of the Mwt Holy Trinity : cul-as eoLL the Stilton of Borneo; and this fixed du waters of, tho,Wand of .I'vt-.--.. in Seotember* 't_ ,:-. .h. --..";
agreed par Aivicx.z n. r ;:
the :
Tbo Govenun at of Republic! of Netr Granada it !,,
which the admission and residence of such .c dollar ton to be levied on all has
ty shall repejMSkresiding of one per 1814, Her Most Faithful Mnjesty pe
in no case required to go onboard and the United States of America,having eogagtd Tb.consuls of ona'of the contracting rcpnblics! ty
the examining se for the consuls may.not. Hem. convenient.ARTICLa .. by the thirty-fourth article of the Treaty of P ace, in another eo ttSry mav employ theirgood American vessels shaft be iu liev of all other posed, and the United States of America have ,;
J > of her orlor A 31. in order that tire consul* Amity. Navigation and Commerce, concfuded on the I offices b fy vor of bdiridjsjsi of die other republic charges or duties whatsoever His Highness, consented, that the claim presented the American -
l'urjx sc exhibiting' papers and vice-consuls of the two contracting parties Itrti of December, 1844, to form a consular contention which has BO uasnl in that.aoontry.Aancia moreover, engages that American trade and Government, (in behalf of the captain '- '
other whatever.ARTICLE V\ -z .
any purpose enjoy the and which shall declare specially the powers and im- shall be -exempt (torn any and of the said privateer
rights American
may prerogatives, no diplomatic goods officers Crew j
uuuiiies of UM consuls aatl vice oMius of the The contracting republic* recogrriie
22, To avoid all kinds of immunities which belong to them by their parties, in order to comply with this article respective and ,obaraeter in eensnla, for which reason they will not internal duties, and also from any injurioc should be submitted to the arbitrament of a |

: vexation and abuse :in the examination public character, they shall, before enteringon mnre effectively to protect their commerce and navigation enjoy in either Country the fmmonirles granted to pub regulations which may hereafter, from whatever sovereign, potentate* or chief of some'nation il 1

:, of tne papers relating to ownership the exercise of their functions, exhibit ,they have given adequate authority to their uc agents accredited in that ttusraoter; but in order causes, be adopted in the dominions of in amit/ with both the high contracting par i 9
r of the vessels belonging to the their commission or patent in due form to the resneotire plenipotentiaries, to wit: The Government that the said consuls may exercise their will proper functions the the Sultan of Borneo. ties
of New Granada Raphael Rivas, its Charge d'Af without difficulty or delay, they enjoy .
Sultan of 'kI
:
citizens of the two contrsxiUuc parties, Government to which abel are accredited ; faire in the United Slates and the Government of following prerogatives: AKTICLK 6. His Highness the AKXICLK III

they have agreed and do hereby agree, and, having obtained their exequatur, they the United States, to Jobs M. Clayton, Secretary of I. The archives and papers of the consulate shall Borneo agrees that no duty whatever shall be So soon as the consent of the sovereign (
t t that; in cse ODe of them should be en- shall l be held mod considered at such by all] State, who, after the exchange and examination of inviolable. and cannot b* seized by soy fcaotfosary levied on the exportation from His Highness chief of some friend'y! na tk>u, I
or
f war, the ships and vessels be the authorities magistrates and inhabitants their full powers, found to be sufficient and in due of the country In which they may be. dominion of any article tire growth, produce, potentate 'I
who shah be chosen the two high eon tract-
by
I the articlw in all that exclusively concerns The exercise
hare Cotttul,
following
tnging form
: to the citixens of the in the agreed upon ; 2. of those dominions.
other Consular District in which reside. manufacture I
they hsve'hut'vu
AETICLK LEach of their f nncnoaa, shall be independent of the or lug parties, shall obtained to ati *si
j must be furnished with sea-letters AKTICLE 32. It is likewise that His Hiabness the Sultan of
reside. ABticiK7
or agreed : of the two ooatroctiug Republics may maintain State b whose territory they > arbiter in the aforesaid ease,of the private/
I passporis e\pressing the name proper the consuls their secretaries officers, and iu the piiacipal cities or commercial place* of the S. The consuls and their chancellors or rerelariee Borneo engages to permit the ships-of-war of i brig General Armstrong copies of all .4

I ty and bulk of the ship, us also the persons attached to the service of consuls, other, and iu the p'rU open to foreign commerce,consuls shall be exempt from all public service sod from b eon-the the United States of America freely to enter correspondence which has passed in reference ,
they not of its charged with the protection of the tribotioDB personal and extraordinary, imposed and creeks situated within
name and place of habitation of the being citizens, of the country in own the porta, rivers said claim between the two Governments
which the commercial rigbts and interest of their nation and to where they reside. This exemption dew not to
consul country and allow such to
to ships
master and commander said vessel -, from all Asides, shall be exempt sustain their countrymen in the difficult to which comprehend the consuls or their ehaoeeUors or s?cre- his dominions pro. and their respective representatives shall be

if in order that it may thereby appear kind of taxes public service, and also from all they may be exposed. They may likewise appoint lanes who may benaticea of tfae'oooft&y'- "which they I vide themselves, at a fair and moderate price, laid before the arbiter, to whoso decision the 4 ?

that the really and truly belongs imposts, and contributions, except consuls-general as chiefs over the other consuls or to reside. with such supplies stores and provisions as two high contracting parties hereby bind themselves
ship those winch they shall I several commercial the of eobrab be required stand in need of. .
be obliged to pay : attend to the aftVirs of places at 4. Whenever ra'ae may they may from time to time submit. .4.
to the citizens of one [of] the on account of commerce or their( property, to : the sjme time, and vieconsuls for ports of minor importanc in courts woflioMoIjostaea, they sUU be summoned AXTICLB 8. If and vessel under the American to Astitiv IV. ;
parties. They have likewise agreed which the citizens and inhabitants *, or to act under the direction of the b writing. should wrecked on the coast
tint when such have I of the native and Each republic may, however, enpt those cities i ft. In order that tbs ctalfingt of consuls may be flag The pecuniary indemnities whieh Jlet
ships a
cargo foreign i in
country which they resideare I in which it consider the residence and generally known for the eonvenWne of of the dominions of his Highness the Sultan
they halt also be provided besides the subject, being in everything besides sub of places such or functionaries ports i incoBTeoient may such exception being I those easily who 07-ve to resort to thss*,'Ihej shall U of Borneo, his Htghnesa engages to give all Most F.itbfM.jftty promises to pay, 'of

aid sea letters or passports, with cert ject to the laws of their respective States. common to all nations. AU that is said this allowed to hoist oa them the age,and to pbse over the assistance In his power to recover for and cause to be paid lor all the claims' presented .t '.,

ftcttes/ containing the severrl particulars The archives and pspeas of the consulates leooTention of consuls in general shall be considered tbetr doors the coat of arms, of die nation whose to deliver over to the owners thereof all the previous to the 6th day'of 1850,.ia behalf i '

of the cargo and place whence shall be respected inviolably, and under no u to relating eonsois-f not eoeral only and to consuls rice-consuls properly in all so the called case,but to service the consul may be with SB him meeriptioa but those expressing insignia property that can be saved from such vessels. of American citizens by theGownmeat I

the ship sailed, so that it may be known I pretext whatever shall any magistrate seize which this eonreotion refers. the aha1Ild functions be considered discharged u by baportlnf; a right of. His Highness further engages .to ,extend to, of the United States (with the exception ofthat

"ffbethcr any forbidden or contrabandpoods or in any way interfere with them. AancLB IL asylum aor m pUcsog the house or Hs bnabrtairts beyond the officers and crew, and to all other per- of the "General Armatrnns1"! are fixed
are on board the whieh : AETICLI 33. The said consuls'aball have The consuls appointed by one of the contracting the authanty of the .nafistntee who may think ions oo board of such wrecked vessels,' full st ninety-one hIe; "D hundred andtwent.yen
same, to the assistance of the authorities parties to reside in the ports or places of the other, i.._ tn teardi them and who,hail hare that light their dollars, la accordance with the
ccrtficates shall I require both to property.
l he made out by the power shall present to the g ermnent of the republic in rr' tb with regard protection, as
them ill BMOoer m
officers of the of tho country for the arrest detention, their letters tn regard to same 9. His Highness the Sultan of correspondence between the two Govern .
place when the ship which they are to reside patent or commission to the booses of the other InhsnHanU.in the eases pce- Amen
sailed, in the accustomed form and custody of deserters from the public and in order that they may receive proper txeova.'ur seribedb the laws. Borneo agrees that in all cases where a citiZen menta. '
I; out which requisites said vesel ; with. private vessels of their country: and (or that if it be deemed expedient to give it, which ; JLancLS VL of the United States shall be accused of 4 AXTJCIB V. .

i detained to be adjudged bv the may be purpose they shall address themselves% to the shall,when be granted obtained without, is to be any exhibited charge; aud to the this chixf ZfqlUJtur authorities The penoos sad dwellings of eoonle shall be rab- any crime committed in any part of his High.U. The payment of the stum stipulated ia U*
compotent courts, judges and officers and I wet to the lavs and authorities of the eoantryban shall aatiele' shall be mad In Lisbon ia
tribunal and competent, of the place in which the consul U to ever. .- dominions, the person so accused precednig _. ,
\. ful may be declared law shall demand in writing the said deserter, cue his functions, in order that they may cause him CUM b which this they have not and received b the same special manner exemption be exclusively tried and adjudged,the American ten equal installment, In th 'eoirse'of,;"4

prise unless the said defect shall be proving by an exhibition of the registers of to be reeognised m bit character, and that be may be the other by inhabitants.AsnouTIL convention. Consul or other officer duly appointed years, to the prop rfy-auUwrts Jag ut' f dai

proved to be owning to accident and I the Teasel's or ship's roll or other public documents attained in his proper prerogative, in bis respective u for that parpott; and-.in all eaaea where United SutM. sin hjisisisisnf all l 'Hie receiving the
be consular district. government consul
satisfied or anxplied by testi:' that those men were part of the said withdraw the exryHetttr or bis ronular eom-- Coils shall not give passports to say mffvidsaloftbeirnatb disbutM differences may arise between- American thousand One heHM.t1..1..tIoI.

mony entirely equivalent.' crews ; and on this demand, so proved, (saving mission way whenever it may JUdge proper to do so, but or gomff to tbsir nation who maybe. ditaens, or between Americas aid l lars! seventy cent.:,wlth.IIU"' ..11 J ist.

AETICLB 23. It is further agreed that however, where the contrary u proved b sueh case shall state a rtasooatiu grouud fur the heM to answer before soy authority sommirtsd onset or judge.or el i tens and the, citizens or subjects of any ther ter provid H (or:" vqmlira..nt iPrtqiuss
u" stipulations by other testimonies the shall the country fat delbqobeies by the doniuuons of jthe SultanI rurmt ,) shsU bspsid''.'Il.flld" ;
| above expressed rela- ,) delivery not pruceediug.AUlcu demand whieh have been legally setaowl- foreign power in( money .

"ve,) to L the visiting amid examination of be refused. Such deserters, when arrested, The consuls ad nitted in either lit republic may exercise f edged f. : PnmoVt that may b serb P'adee u-.I I ofBoVneo, the American Consul or other du-,, ou the 30th day. of i.." '. 'J''t'.t.t$1NI.t .:.",) ?-i: :'w.a clf" '

***" thai! n 1'111OlJ J to those ahalljbe put at the disposal of the said con : in tbcir iccTCtire dulniU the follunitrj luoctiuuw of shill have been given IM the. consul: and they t I ly ajpuiiitsd ufiocfi shall hart pow to heoi -
tuls and at t sg' i
be that the ccucls
-a ruilJ. j rut iu the public |,ruous atthe ball st;*

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i IWl'ipu" ftnvornmont; and Itt t the end of. City of fliington. by tWir, n-opoctivo rhitn and caused the seal of the United States to be affixed. [L. s.] thousand eight hundred and fifty- iveljr, shall forthwith name'another person for in tirtlelo;VI.tf *fr aft r: -

: every *uf wpit'nt] l rxmnuthi: ( n like instIinentbiIIU 1} Hri' on, the f ixtrcjithilay of Juno flue thouwiM ?4ith.imnhieil Done at tlw citf'of'Washin rfnn. thia'first day of four, and of the independence of the act, as commissioner in the place or stead of ..AirricL1ItV'f ;I ,
thousand
and I fifty two ; and whercasa: nn :idJiti uJil Junco, iu the year of our Lord one United States the sevenYyeighth..FRANKLIN the commissioner named.. .
; h.> paid ; the iE1IgraI Mini of one I Inpcndonce originally The' High .
ninety Aitirlo to 'the Mid Ct'II'I."ti"u'as iigrced to 00(1ttt.rflq9l ( [L.S.] eight hundred and fifty-three, and of the ; Contracting Part it'S ,
iirvind seven hundred and I of the United America,the PIERCE.. Tho commissioners so, vrmmQd shall -
twenty-seven I I by the rJcl.iput'utiII'i.c i( of the pnities on the States of goge to consider. the result
ft :::dollars) or i equivalent? thus to he :lli-th'd $jXtt'il' hi (1 II)' (.f November, one thousand eight baniren PI'\'Cllly-.CHutb. By the President: meet. at London, at the ,earliest, conve- : wilt of the proceedings, of ihii;Cr.the f e.

Ult I or before the thulietli d.iy of September, nd, fifty-two; which Convention; : and Addition-1: By the Prti.le.it.' : FRANKLIN j'jjLCE. 'v. 'L.. MARCY, Secretary of State. rnetit period after they shall iave.been sion t conim'
W. L. MAKCV of as a n'pe"ect.and fin ltttt
State.
Secretary :
I
I nl. Articles being in tbe 1\lI:1i"b aud German languoycb j 1 before
.
,, 1 ta named and .shall
are! word for \vnrd ns follows: j the United StatejofA 1 respectively ; ment of eirert claim :'upon either
the President of
44 A1TICLE \. Convention for the mutual 1 delivery of cn-ninals. fugitive By' tho President of the United States of By proceeding any business, .rtjake and ornment arising out ef .

' i It is hereby ngreed (hat each and all of tim' from justice id certain ca:es, concluded, ) ) between Anicricn. rneric*. subscribe) a solemn declaration that of a date priortothe anvtransaetf??n

,* ,E4 instalments arc to bear and; to I ln paid. the Unitiid States on the one patt, antI J'nlll- A PROCLMATION.. and carefully ex- exchange f, e
4 L3 with pin and other Slates (.f.the Gci manic Confederation A PROCLAMATION. Whereas it is provided by the second article they impartially ratiffcations of the present Conreafi ,
inti-iest of
cent annum
J an MX per JMT on the'other .' Whereas it U athine ahd'decide, to the best ,of ..their and farther "that ev"i
part.Whereas the
the provided by second article oi the Convention of the 16th JunE', 1852. engage
from the dale of tho exchange of ratifications
it i is f"imd for the better ad tico and
of the present Convention.AHTHLK ministration, justice! and expedient hid prevention of crime of the Convention of the IClh of June, between the United States and'Prussia, and judgment, and according to ju claim wbetlJeror not the san'JL

: VII. within( the territories aud juiifdictiou of the turtle*, 1H52, iK'twcon the United States ond Prussia other States bf the Germanic Confederation, eqnity, without fear, favor or affectionto have been' presented 'tie notice If

; 4 This Convention shall) be approved at rntificntioni respectively, tlmt persons committing certain heinous and other States of the (icrinanic Confederation for the mutual delivery of criminals, fugitives their own country,.upon all such madepreferred or laid before, tho [

: shall be exchanged in thu city of crimes, being fugitives fiom ju"tiee, should under certain fur the mutual delivery of criminals, from justice in certain eases, that the ftipula claims as shall be laid before thern.pn commission'80al1, 'from and 'after VKi

4lI( tf:1 Lisbon within, four months lifter the date also circumstances to enumerate ,such be reciprocally crimes explicitly delivered arid up whereas ; and fugitives from justice, in certain cases, that lions of that Convention shall be applied to the part of the Governments of the conclusion of ,the 'proceeding* of,t :
; the of that Convention other State of the Germanic Confederation th
shall be Britannic
stipulations United States and of her
any
hereof, or sooner if possible.In the laws an 4 tebtimony whereof, the respective Plen.ipcntiaricg other German States, paiUes to thw Convention, f ll". applied to any other State of the Germanic which might thereafter declare its accession Majesty, respectively ; and such declaration treated as finally settled barred an 1

have signed the s- me, nnd hfiixod bid them to evrrfinlcr their own citizens to' n forcigu Confederation which light thereafter declare thereto : ] shall be entered on the'record thenceforth inremissible. 'oat!
jurisdiction,the Government the United States with i its accession therto : And whereas the government of Oldedbarg of their
;I thereto the seals of their nrnis. i a view of making the Convention strictly reciprocal, Free has declared its accession tho said proceedings. ARTICLE VI.
And! whereas the Hanseatic city of to cony en-
Done in the city of Washington, D. C., shall be held equally free from any obligation to surrender The commissioners shall then, and
has declared ita accession said ion and has caused the said! declaration *
Bremen the
4. J the twenty-Kixlh dny! of Fubrunry, of the citizens of the Muited Slates: therefore on to to before proceeding to any other business, The commissioners and the bitra.-

year of our Lord) one thousatideight hundred: the one pait, the United Stntes of America and on Convention, and the cichangc of the said declaration 1.Jt' lodged i.-i the Department} of State of the name some third-person to act a<* an tor'or umpire,'shall_ keep an acciiate
the other part His Majesty: the King of Prussia inn for my acceptance of the same was United States : record and correct
.t and fifty-one. '! own name ns well as in the name of lug Majeety made at Washington en the Mth instant!, by Now, therefore, }bo it known, that I, umpire in any case or, cases on which all their minutes or. notes of

my. DANIEL. WEBSTER.i. the 1 King Snxony. ]Hi* ]Itoyal Highness the Elector Rudolph Schleiden, Minister Resident of the FRANKLIN PIERCE, President of the U- they may themselves differ in opinion. proceedings'with: the data
[ *.] of Hesse His Iloyal HiuhnoFs the Grand Duke of rt thereof and shall appoint and,
If they should not Jje able to ,eraplo
Hanseatic oflh'emelln
said Free William tilted States
Mk- J. C. DK FIGANIEKE KMOKAO. Hesse and on Rhine, His Iloyal Highness the Grand of America, have caused this in- agree upon a clerk or ?
nuke(ifS Saxe-Weimar-Kisenaeli] His i His Highruts the L. Marcy, Secretary of State of thc United orrnation to ho made public, in order that the tho: name of such third person"they otherpersons to asst then

$$ And whereas) tie said Convention. [L.has s.]boon i Duke of Saxo.N,.inimmcti. Ilk Highness the Duke of Statds, on behalf of thrir respective governments stipulations. of the said Convention may be shall each name a person ; and in each in the transaction of the business. wife//}
Snxo-AUcnbnrp. His Highness the Duke of Saxe Co- mar como before them.
.. : observed and fulfilled with faith in and in which the commissioners -
... t. duly ratified on both pails, nnd the rcspec ; Coburg-Gotha His Highness the Duke of Brunswkk, good respect every case ''l2ach :
,4 ? live ratifications of the same: were exchanged llig Highness! the Duke of Anhn1t-Jt'fItJ.u. His Hignlies1 -: Now, therefore, be it known, that I, to the Government of Oldenburg by the may differ in opinion as' to the government shall pay to iu

.I 'a'tb : ut Lisbon on the twcnly-thiid day of JUlI(. the oftAuhalt-Beruburg, His Highness tho I FRANKLIN PIERCE, Pn.wiU.-nt of the U- United States and the! citizens thereof.In decision which they ought to give, it commissioner an amonnt.ofsafarynot

I 'i' in the of Lord one thousand ci-Jit, }r.ke of Na'!au, Hit Seienc Highncba the Prince of tilted States America, have ( nn ('cl this in- witness whereof, I have hereunto set my shall be determined by lot which of 1 excoedings. three thousand dollars or
our
, year Si.hiwnrlnmrg.luhsL-tuit) : His Sciene IIiihiiert timePrince I fonnation to be made public, in order that hand, and caused the seal of she! United States !six hundred and twenty jJbunds Bter-
; hundred and fifty-one, by Chailns B. I Had of SchwaiebuigSi'iiJeishHU'cn) Her I Seiene' the two persons so'named shall be the '
4 clock, Charge: Affaires of iho United States j' [Highne tho I Princess and! Urgent of Waldeck, I Hi I time stipulations! of the said Convention may to be afiixcd. arbitrator: or umpire in that particularcase. ling a year which amount shall be the I

: '. near time (:Government of Her F\ithfull\ftj<'s. j Serene Highno's!( the Piincoof Keuss, elder branch, l he observed! and fnlt lll'd with good faith in Done at Washington the twenty-first day The or so to be same for both governments. |
,
i... t.r.od Antonio Alui/.o Jenis tbtouguia I I Hi Perenn? Ilighnot* the Piinooof Rou-.i, junior respect to the Free Hansoutic city of Hremen of March, in the year of our Lord one person persons jlie amount of salary ,to bo' poid to
. .:b 'i.:' ''hraudl,11i1 1 Serene HighncM t the I Pi inert of Ci-pe, Hi4Screw I the United States and the citizens chosen. to be arbitrator or umpire, shall [
thereof.
| by [ thousand hundred and the arbitrator arbitrators
L. ? ] eight
: lifty-four or as.the
MiniMer If ?tite; for( Foieign AM'.iits; ; of her Ilighnes* the L-indgiaveof before to act such in ,
-se-Uoiiiburg III witness wheivof I have proceedings, as I
hereunto
I wiid Majcsly, on the pait) of their respectivelovenimcnts ) ns wtll time free city of l-Vjucf-'it IItviag: resolved set my : and of the independence of the United make and subscribe solemn case 'may bd shall be determined Ly
hand andcatied the sealof the any case, a
I th'n ', United States States the I close
i ( : to treat ('ii .uljt'tlm\ fir that purpose ajijv.intid severmtyei.dith.I'ILtNKLI mutual consentai the of'the coin-
tc. ir iee "rtivo plenipotentiaries to 1"'Jti\te and to he ntfixl.LDlllle :\ PIERCE.: declaration in a form similar to that -
Now, therefore, be it known that I, :Millard ] : '. i iI mission.
; ::;. I conclude a cul\n'lItioll-tloat: is to bay : Washington, the fifteenth day of! Bv the President : which. shall already have been made
ic .. : Fillmore, evident! of tlie I lilt.,1Iltl'o The President toe United Ht..tl'sc.f America, Dnnii I The sa1aryof the clerk shall not exceed -
: October in the and subscribed the commissioners
year of our Lord one v'V.. L. of Slate. by ,
.If' America, have cauml the said Conventionto >l Webster, Swrctai of State, mid) his1ajety I the .I'hncSecrct:1.ry the sum fifteen hundred dollarsor
.. ..t 0. be made public, tf) the end that the !:ItI1< f King of J'rucia! in Ins own name as well iwiutheiiiimoof [UK.] thousand eight hundred and fifty which shall be entered on the record of three hundred 'nnd'tc'n pounds sterling

44 h.. Hlld evei}' clnupc ;nd nrt'elc thereof! nny beiVf.erved the other I (:111\:1'1 8ver.igns' above I tnunierated three, and of the independence! of the By the President of the United States of their proceedings. In the event of the. a -
6 I } mid the free city of Frnncfort. Kre-li-ric! Chniles United States tho seventyeighth.1'KANKLIN merit'a.A death absence of such year.
.A
,.. : <, and fulfil! d whit good, faith by, the JUFf'lh't.1I Gerolt HIS .aid; Mlljc"'IJ'JMilti-tcr Itt.iI I or incapacity The whole expenses of the commission .

p United Slates: and the citizens theirof., \II\ lit\\ lien time Geverninent of the United States, who I I l Ih" PIERCE. PROCLAMATION. person or persons, or of his or their omitting including contingent

In witness whereof, 1 have hereunto set after eeijiroeal communication: their! pective; i p-)wer" : run PHESIDKXT: : Whereas it i is provided by the second article or declining, or ceasing to act : shall be defrayed by a ratable expenses

L ..1 ivty band and cntued the tcil of the United have arced l to arid signed;' the 'followin'j'nrUcIcs: 'I W. L. MARCY, Secretary of State. of tho Convention of the 10th June, 1832, I as sncli arbitrator or umpire, another tho dednction -
,,- AITICE 1. I between the United and Prussia i on amount of the'snms awarded
:tftateb t to ailixed.. I States and and different shall be named as
v t.s:. It i< ngieed that the United Stales and Pniswn, and : P the President person by'tho commission .
.' Done .at the Wafchinjjlon ll.is: y of the United States of other States of the Germanic Confederation, such arbitrator ; provided always
; city : aforesaid to act as or
; the "lli-'i States: of the (;manic CiHilWUintion! inclu- that such deduction shall
first day of Sej,tembor, in the car of i ileil! in, or \\hu-h mny Lcifal'liT accede to this coijvru A me li en. for the mutual delivery of Criminals, fugitive I umpire in the place and stead of the not exceed -

: [L. 8.J] our Lonl) ono thou>and eli'hl hundred him", liall, ispijii" mutual riqui-itlois| by thcni or th..ir A PROCLAMATION.Whereas from justice, in certain cases, that the stipulations so originally named as aforesaid the rate of five per? cent on the

lr. a nnd finy.mwtIIJ in the bO\'lIt). $htJ miiii'iif, olliei-r, *, or iiuthontie( ?, refpectivoly made, it is pn \ided by the second article of that Convention shall' be applied to : person and shall make and subscribe sums 'so awarded.I
ist I lo1iver up : : year of the Independence of the United munkr, slUltVilh I of the Convention of the KHh(; June, 1852, any -: such declaration aforesaid. any -
intent ,
\\ or at> toCi"flhimlt as
._, 0 muidor) ; between the United Static aii'l! Prussia l ( which} might thereafter declare its accession in moieties by the two govern-
.. : Stlt's.11I1..l. i-r J-iiacy, or arson or robbery or firgery an< ARTICLE II-
.l:, *, L .\RD riLLMORE.! or the utteianec til forg.-d pnpei or the fabrication other States of the Germanic Confederationfor thereto : The commissioners shall then forthwith ment. '"
!" b I By the PifsidcntVM. : or eiiciiHtio counterfeit money, whether coin the mutual delivery of criminals, fugitives And whereas the Government ftf Schaum- ARTICLE 'VII

?:. \ S. DKltRICIC, or PIJHT: money, or the rnilier.z'ejncnt! of public! mnn- from justice in certain cases that the bnrg-Lippe has declared Its accession to the conjointly proceed to the investigation -
stipulations The Convention shall be .
I o\_ I eoimnitledilhin the jurisdiction ofeiUier T 'rty.&li.ill of the claims which shall be present ratified
said COI1'nti.H1lId has caused the said declaration
h of Slate.Bv I
Acting Secretary of that Convention, shall bo
seek an asylum, or s-hall IH found withiu the tcriitoiii npiiied] to their notice. shall by 'the President of the United
.'s of I the other, : .Pio\idv il l that this( shall only betlincujxtn another State of the Germanic Confederation to be lodged in the Department of presented to They States and with the advice and
: (lie, r".i.J"llt tl.f tin1 lTiiit.l) Stiitf.s of Anioriea. ) MICM i-\i ,. acces-
I '. A I'JKK'LAMATIOX.) () I to the lawn of the plnee nliTv tinfiKit5T; <> or' person "iou thereto : I Now, therefore, he it known, that I, in such order and in such manner, as sent of the Senate thereof, and by her '
I
.i, '"", '\1\t'I"I''a' a 0-<>tivintiiiii'li I 4'fii tin Unit'sl StitcpAuioiiia : ., s-o ehiifed thall be found' would justify his ripirm.mn-tm. And FRANKLIN PIERCE, President of the U- they conjointly think but Britannic Majesty ; and the ratificationshall
whereas ,
the proper
':. ,.V ." ..f and I Ihu. FnanJ I H..i-calio i: ) 1 Il 'jiuli1i ic c'(1 i iainliur icion :11I.1 l commitment, tt.rlnal., if the crime or offence Government of Mecklcn- may be at London
.0, ... g. fWtui'n, anil) LuJw-fk, was <-nnlu'lo.J jui'lliy hud there Ui tim committed ; smd the rct>]>ective judges lJ1trg. trditz has declared: its :1ccl's. in to the nitfd States of America, have caused this information upon such evidence or information only exchanged as soon
; : .. ', IgIIt4'1 tiir! "''Jwvtlvc I ric-nijiottntimii's at the: city I'|I and fithcr. m.ngi-trafes of time two Governments shall said! Convention, and }has caim-d the said declaration to be made public, in order that the a? shall be furnished byoron behalf as may be within twelve' months from
.
:: ;'.. of % tt1iiuth4i, on ihc thirtieth! t1.,y f.f.April I, one i i have'i j power, juriidution :and. authority! upon: complaint" I to bo lodged in the Department of I.. stipulations of the said! Convention may be : of their respective governments. the date hereof-

:1 I f' tlltlUbiU"J! t-i I;;lit liiiiidrfil! ) ;ni'l fifty twoliuhO nirru- I, made: tinier Cloth, to is.-u warrant for the npprehonMOII tlio United States : observed} and fuliilled with good faith in respect shall bo bound to receive and In \vi.ness whereof, the respectiveI
titfl. b'-ing in the FI1LIi1: I and Gcrmiiu I JH I I They p2rnse
.' :; Unguiigcs, j of the fugitive or perw.n n' ehuge: l, that )he
mny the Government of :I
f', I: 0' : void (or w( rd its fulloWb : be biought before such judges <'r either m.igirttrati: j Now, therefore, be it known, that I, to Schaurnburg-Lippe all written documents or statements niipotentiaries have signed the same,

.,. .' I t. C"'ivetti'' foIl' the mutual extension <>f tLo jtit'isdic. : rc.epectively to the end that the eiidence (ciimma'.i-: FRANKLIN PIERCE, President.of the U. by the United Slates and the citizens thereof.In I which may be presented to and have affixed thereto the seals /If(

.I". tiun; "'f C nsiil\ between iso United States of I I ty may be heard audcotii
: America niul the Free iutd, HanFuitic: llojiuLlk-8 the evidence he tleemod suflicient U> Ptutaiu the to be made public! in order that the hand, mid caused the seal of the United Statesto in of respective in Done at London, tho eighth day of
Dionu-n it shall be the of thc I governments support or
Hamburg, an] Lii)>eck.lli charge duty examining judge or be afliixed.
1. .V.. ViiiUnl States of AmricA nnd) the Free ftnJllanscatw nianstrath to certify UK t unc to the pruiiercxecuitieauthotity ] I I stipulations observed and the said! Convention may be Done at Wn!hin ;ton tho twenty-sixth day answer to, any claim ; and to hear, if February, in the year of our Lord one
0 that a Wlrrallt issue for the surrender fulfilled with good faith in respect each side behalf thousand eight hundred and fiftyJtLree.
of may
KcpuLliee Hamburg: Bremen ninl LuIjrck of in the of Lord required one per on on
,having agreed to extend, in certain the of such fugitive. Tho expense (of such apprehension to the Government of .Meoklinburg-Stre- July, year our one j.
ea-es of each as counselor R.IKGERSOLL.BS.J[ ]
jurisdiction of tlu-ir rf't1Iwcth'c Consuls, mid toincresne,' and lelivery) hilt: be borne anti difiayed t b\ the party litz by thw United States and the citizens [L. c.] thousand eight hundred and fifty- government
m-,. the powers: granted to unM On uh by osit ing Treaty who makes the requisition and receives the fuglt\'. thereof.In four, and of the Independence of the agent for such government on each J. RUSSELL. [:L. 8.1

..-1".; .' a ttipulations. have named for this purpose, n* their refpecthe ARTICLE U.TIe witness whereof, I have hereunto set United States the seventy-ninth. and every j seperato claim. Should And whereas the said Conventionhas

k.,.a0 the Uuitod riotiipotcntiaiifs.Elates (If America to, D.iniclVlister wit: tins President, Sec-of to nny stipulctions other Stats" of cf this the C"iiv.'iitiim Genrianie shnll Ctiufvderation be applied hand: and caused the seal of the United State'sto my FRANKLIN PIERCE.By they fail to agree in opinion upon any been duly ratified on both parts

&. .0 ictnryofthe United States, and the St-natc of thee which, may hereafter Wlar ils ueeutfieu thereto. be ailixed.Done the President : individual claim they shall call to their and the respective ratifications of the

Free amid Unn'entic City, of llnmbuip: the Senate: of ARTICLE III. Washington the twenty-sixth day \'. L. M Alter, Secretary of State. assistance the arbitrator or umpire same were exchanged at London on the
( 0.' the Free and Ilnnct-atic City of Urcmf'n,land the Son- None of the oonlraelina: parties shall be Imnnd to whom have agreed to name
of they
in the ,
'f?
January, of our Lord may sixth ultimo by JOSEPH K. IxGERSOLL
'0a -
k1. .., ate of the Free aiiJ Han t'ltit City of LbekAk.rt deliver up its own citizens or subjects under Uo stipulations year By tho Presiden of the United States of A- determined lot twenty ,
who
'... .' Schumacher, Consul General of Hamburg and llre- uf this CoiiAcntiou.ABTICLE. i[:L. s.] one thousand( eight hundred and fif or may be by as I Esq., Envoy Extraordinary

t).t men in the United Statt.s; wh>, havinij exchanged IV. ty-four, and of the inccpendence of me nc a. the case may be ; and such arbitratoror I and Minister Plenipotentiary of the united .

10. .I-. their full |x>\":', found iu line nnd |pr"Ix-'r| farm, have Whenever any person nectwed of any of the crimes the United States die seventy-eighth. A PROCLAMATION.WHEREAS nmpire after having examined the States at tbe UGU.IJ of St. James

4 10. e agreed to aud oigncd the following aitiolcs: enumerated! in this Convention shall have committed) FRANKLIN PIERCE.BY a Convention between the Uni. evidence adduced for and against the ,
<' !. AnTILIt I. a new crime iu time territories of the State where be and the Earl of Clarendon, Her Britannic -
.!:" :.. Tlw Consuls, Vice l," uld commercial and,) vice has sought an asylum or shut be found, such person Tru PHESIDKNT : ted States of America and Her Brittanic claim and efter having heard if reqnir- Majesty's Principal Secretary of

A: t .*.' commercial ageiita of each of the high coiitractiui; shall nut be delivered up im.K-r the stipulations of tub W. L. MARCV, Secretary of State. Majesty, was concluded and signed by their ed one person on each side as aforesaidand State fur Affairs on the part

-, i Jiartien dmll have the right, aa cuch, to eit fa jmiJgt'* Convention, until he shall have been tried, and chall respective Plenipotentiaries: at London on the consulted with thejcomraissioners! Foreign ,
.: r' iuul arbitrators in mcli clifttreu'f'1118 nmy unec be have rcc.-helllhc punishment due t*> such new crim, By the President of the United States of eight day of February last, which Conventions of their respective Government ;
: or shall l have been rcof. __._ shall decide thereupon finally and Now therefore. be it know that I.
t ? ; twecu the tnasten aud crews of the vessels belonging acquitted U.I -
.. .
"un l'rJ C It. i word for word, as follows, : The decisions the
,.i ,0 10 the notion wuose mieretis are cominulcd to Incur ,AUTICIE ". .11 without appeal. of FRANKLIN PIERCE President of
,
The present Conrcutiou'skill continue in force A PROCLAMATION.Whereas Whereas claims have, at various times
a charge without the interference of the loe-il authorities until commissioners, and of the arbitratoror
rm. i onlos the conduct of the crews or of the master 1 the 1st (if J nnUf\'v, 183S; and if neither party shall it is provided by the second article I since the signature of the Treaty of Peace shall be each the United States Amerira. have
..: ,. fchould disturb the order or tramjuility of the country; have given to the otlier six nvnitlw' previinw notice of of the Convention of the IGtli of June, and Friendship between the United States of nmpire given upon I caused the said Convention to be made

:.4 ; or the said Consul*. Vice-Consuls commercial agent, I its intention then to terminate the same,it shall further 1852, between the United States and Prussia, America and Great Britain, concluded at claim in writing and shall signed public, to the end that the eame, and
I .j ice-commercial I remain in force until the end twelve months after It shall be
should their assistance them
ji f in executing or ageuts supposing their require own decisions. either of the high contracting parties rfmll have given and other States of the Germanic Confederation Ghent on the 24th of December, 1814, been by respectively. competent every clause and article thereof may be
:.. notice to the other of sueh ( for the mutual fugitives made tbe Uni'ed for each government, to name observed and fulfilled with faith
But this speoies of indgment or arbitration shall not intention' ; each of the high delivery of criminals, I upon the Government of I good
I 1. I-. deprive the contending paitie of the right they) have contracting parties reserving to itself the right of giving from justice ill certain cases, that the States on the part of corporations, companies, one person to attend the commissioneras by tbe United States and the citizens

i ; to resort ou their return, to the judicial authority of pueb notice In the other, at any time after the ex- btipulotions of that Convention shall be applied and private individuals, subjects of her Bri- agent on its behalf to present and thereof.In

'i their own country. pirutiou of tbe avid first day January, 1858.AUTICLI to other claims on its behalf and to answer I bave hereunto
,.t 4 ARTICLE TI. ; VI. any State of the Germanic Confederation tannic Majesty, and upon tho Government support witncs9 whereof,

4 ? '4 The present Conrcntit sha'l 1 l he in force for the The present Convention Mwll) be ratified by the which th ibiifter declare its accession of her Britannic Majesty on the part of corporations claims made upon it and to represent set my hand and caused the seal of the

9 .* term of twelve years from the day of its rntifieati'-uf; President, I by nnd with the advice and consent of the thereto : companies, and private individuals, it generally in all matters connected United States to be affixed.

I and turthcr until the end of twelve month, after tlieGovcrumcut Senate of (lilt United States, and by the government And whereas the government of Wnrten- I citizens of the United States ; and whereassome with tho investigation and decision Done at the City of Wash ington,thia
S.- of Prussia and time ratifications chall ho
1. of the United States ou the r>ne part, or exchanged at berg has dcclan-il its occesfion the said of such claims still and
r.-w to are pending, remain thereof. twentieth of in
,.. the Frte and Hanscalic Republics of Hamburg, lire- Washington withiu fix months from the date hereof day August,
( j Convention, and has canned the said, declaration the President of the United
unsettled
4 L men or Lubeck or cither of them, on tho olhtr j part or sooner if jxfesiblc. The President ofthe United States of the year of Lord one thon-
tthall hate given notioo of their intention to tcrlilillllte Iu faith \lI'rl..f, (the respective' Plonopotentiaries to be lodged in the Department of State I States of America, and her Majesty the America and her Majestey the Queen sand eight hundred and fifty
[L. s.]
0Jr. hare sinned this Convention and have hereunto affixed of the United
: the same ; each of the eoutn.ctinij putties reserving : States : Queen of the United Kingdom of Groat Britain of the United Kingdom of Great Britain three and of the Independenceof
Ernls.Done
to itself the right of giving such notice to the other our Now therefore be
it know, that I, and Ireland, being of opinion that a
;;i the end If said in triplicate ntWaEhinctfm, IheHxteonthday and Ireland, hereby solemnly and the United States the seventyeie'htn. -
at ( the : turn of twelve yenis; nlllJ l iti!ii FRANKLIN PIERCE ,
: the
Preiident of speedy and equi'ablo settlement' of all! such
of June, one twlIl'allJ! uiiht llUll'n"tluIIJ! fifty-two, nn.1tilt'
hereby agreed, that at the rxpiiulion of twthctnoiiUis sincerely to consider the decision .
ii after such notice r-hall have l.eeti received by pevtnty sixth year of the independence of the United United States of AmC'fichll'c caused this claims will contribute much to the maintenance engage FRANKLIN
.. ;'t cither of thc partK-s from the other tl.w Convention, States. information to be made public, in order that of the fiitiiidly feelings which subsist of the commissiancrs conjointly or PIERCE.

: and aU the piuvihimis tlit-ieof, fhall) altogrud ) ceine.11.V DANIEL WEBSTER'jr.6.[ ] the stipulations of the said Convention may between tho two countries, have resolved to : of the arbitrator or umpire as the case BY THE PRESIDENT :

''deteruune ns far us regards the States gvimigniiiI F1L v. [ It iy observed and fuliilled with good IaIqiI in make arragcments for that by means' may be as absolutely final and conclusive w. L. MARCY Secretary of St nte.
: Additional purpose
4 .im. receiving sueh notice: it being always un-leriUoutiand] Article .1 the Convention for the mutual
I ; screed that, if nc or moie of the 1 ree and J Jlmiceat- d.iveryil] criminals, fugitives from juMiec, in certain espect to the government of %U'urtenborg'bthe of a Convention, and have named ns their upon each claim decided upon by

0 ic llepubliw ufori.aiJ bholl t, nt th!xpirati H of twch (a -en, ('lIduJc.tJ.t'e.'n tho, United Sake un the one United States t and the citizens thereof. Plenipotentiaries to confer and agree thereupon them or him respectively and to give By the President of the United States of

)'earti from the clute of the ratification of the Convention ;art, nnd) Prussia and other States (If the Germanic witness whftiapft: I have her.unto1.iy -that is to say- full! effect to such decisions withoutany America.A .

3i. give or receive not.cc, of the leriiiinatiuii: of the Confederation 1 Glh of, June on,the other tbouoaud part at Washington, the hand, and cause A'lfcb seal of the United States Tho President of the United Stiles of A. objection, evasion, or delay what PROCLAMATION.
day one hundred
eight
and lit
tame it shall ncveithcle!:s, rcinain in full fulee an 1 < .1'
h. ojMfration.nsf.ir ns regard tIe tenininii.gllanseatic I'iee 11/111 l.y two. : to be affixed. -.tir'.L' merica, Joseph Reed Ingersoll, Envoy Ex. Soc ver. Whereas Consular. Convention between

,ii : Republic: or Ki'nblichich: | may nut Whereas, may not be practicable for the ratifica- Done at Washington the twenty-seventh traordinary and Minister I Plenipotentiary of It is agreed that no claim arising out ttho United States of America
#0 Lave n-ceivcd ruch tio >. imis of the Conventions fur the mutual delivery of day of December, in thy of the United States her Britannic
giveu or ii" < year our to Majesty ; ef any transaction of a date prior to I and ills ,Majesty the Emperor of the
f I, t ARIICI.K: III. criminal*, fugitives fioni justice, in certain cnsm''. he [L.s.] Lord omit! thousand eight hundred nnd And her Majesty the Queen of tho United the 24th of December 1814 shall be French concluded and signed! in
: This! Convention i U concluded hubjct to the rntifioa t ween the United States and Prussia and other States was
4f..s thou of the 1'icKidcut clf the UiiHe l SUitus of Anieiic (if the Germanic Confederation, tinned at Waehiugtoo, fifty-lhree, nnd of iho independenceof Kingdom of ( reat Britain and 1 Ireland, the admissible undsr this Convention. this city, by their respective Plenipotentiaries

I_'d. by and vith the advice and consent th<> Senate; (_n the Ifilh hay! <>f June, 11.\12,10 be exchangedvilh- tire United States the seventy Right Honorable John Russell, (commonly on the twenty third day of
I thereof, and by the Senates of the Free and ijailAcat4'iL .n. the time etipulnted in said, Convention; nndwhereIxith eighth. called Lord John Russell,) n member of her AKTICLE III. ,
it: Kepublici of Humburg, Biflincii, arid LuU'ck\ ; amid 11., pm ties are desirous that it fhould bo canioii FRANKLIN PIERCE.ll Britannic Majesty's Most Honorable shall be to the Feburary last, which Convention as a'
Privy claim presented
)1wt the ratilicatioiM shall L exi-liangf l at W 1I..J.ill.tt"" into full and complete effect the Pre"identof tho I'm- Tin PHCSIDRFT Every ] mended by .the Senate of tha United
ed) States ban fully empowered on bin HdwnrlEvrrctt : : Council, a member of Parliament, and her commisaionerfl within six months from
t.Ii1Lr within twelve moullu from the date heivof Putt ana
or buouer, W. L. MARCY States and being in the English
if possible. J StMcrtait Slate of the United Sutcs, IUII I Secretary of State. Brittnnnic Majesty's Principal Secretary of tho day of their first meeting unless in ,
Iu witntMher, rrppeetive ricnipolentiariei) Jli6 Majesty, the King of Puissia, in His own name, State for Foreign Affairs( ; whero reasons for delay] shall Fronce languages, is word for word, II
f.- ) ).a-e gned the above nrticlfK, us well in Ufimuu 118 ns well UK iu the nan e of the other German Soverigns By the President of the United States of Who, after having communicatnd to each any case follows ; .
UtcrcUioillxed, thiir \ (' enumerated in the aforesaid Convention has like- be established to the satisfaction of the LTh'ted
iu Knghfth; and have t-u\* America.A other their full found in Consular Convention between the
respective *,
JIJICII uadiujjlicate.! at the City \Vahingtt>ton wise fully empowered Frederick Charles J08f'ph'On power commissioners or of the arbitrator or
1 'j thethirtk'th day April, A. I), one thousand) iigh Ji-roll, his Hiiid) Majesty's( Minister Resident{ near the PROCLAMATION. good and due form, have agreed as follows: umpire iw the event of tho commisgion- Staete America and- his- Jbjr
hundred and fifty-two, iu the hevi-nty-sixth yeiir (Ir (joveinment of the United States, who Lave agreed to Whereas it is provided by the second articlo AltTlCI.B I. ty the Emperor of the rencb.

q1,- the JuJeix-txleiwe of the United Slates of Amcl elL I and KigiK-d the following article: of the Convention of tlio ICth June, 1852, era, differing in opinion thereupon ; The President of tho United S'tca
I The ratifications (If the Convention for the mutnal between the The High Contracting Parties that and then and in such the
DAN'L WKItoTJill! [fi. *] 1 United States and lrWl'illIUt agreo any case, period of America and his &* E1*
A.SCJIUilACJlliU. [tialAnti ] delivery criminals. fugitives from justice, in certain other States of the Germanic Confederation all claims on tho part of corporations, companies for presenting) the claim be Majesty y
; I may
(ascs, concluded on the Gilt of June, 1852, hall be of the French being qBv| T
vliorcnthe said Contention hu:* IHH-II extended time
I delivery of criminals to not
within exceeding
.changed at Wabbingtou one \cnrfruni the fugitivesfrom any of trienu-
hAh and the rutifieationi sirous to the bonds
(jj |. tin-h.nno: \\(-IC jHirtH i-xiliiinged \\tuhiiigtoli refprliie present additional l'tkle shall have time same of that Convention Brittannio Majesty and all claims on the ship between the two uatious,
I wi-iity (ilth of IVbiiury hint, by Ikluiird E\l'n'lt. shall bo applied{ to The commissioners shall be bound
development
the; force and effect as If it had been inserted word for other State of companies, or private give a new and more ample
!?}-t hcerttary of State >f Uuited : : '(, zulu Albert any of tlio Germanic Confederation I. part corporations, to examine and decide
word on' the ICth of June, 1852.and shall l be upon every intercourse,
approved their comrnerical
Hchuinsel'cr. Consul General "f the lljinm Towns, iu which might thereafter declare its indivinuals, subjects of her Brittannic Majesty to
the United States, on the of their reiiixetivei and ratified in the manner therein l>ru iood. acccs claim within ono year from the day of acconplisnineut -
purl the United
of for
0 6 In faith whcicof, we the respective Plvnopotcntiaries sion thereto: : 1' I upon the Government their first It shall deem it expedient, the

(O\'J"jilIlCuloi NiiW4 tLf'ld"t'e.l: it howlHd t I, FRANKLIN have higixil timid ngrccmciit and have hereunto And whereas the Government of Mecklin States, which may have been presented to for tho melting.commissionors be compe- of that purpose, to conclude a special

': I'IKHC'1, I'lfMdem 4.f the Uhit'd! Stniiii clf Aiijtjj.i. aflixed: our *eaK burg-Schwcrin has declared its accession to either government for it* interposition with I tent conjointly, convention which shall determine,

I tune\ caused lh* mid Conventi Io IN* made 1III1,1il'Itu Done at Wnt-hinijton this, sixteenth day of Noyem the Convention, and has caused time said declaration tho other sinco tho signature of tho Treatyof or for the arbitrotor or umpire, if they I' in a precise and reciprocal manner we*

,I .' the md Chut& the Ulllt Jind) every daiii-r II lid nitiel, : her, one thaoLsiuIm.I! l eight hundred of the and lilly two, and to be lodged in the Department of Peace and Friendship, concluded between differ to decide in each case whether rights, privileges and dutie* of t&fr
the Independence of the ,
M'Vfiity-M'vcutL
!I thctrof. Ul.'iy I It lfrvtd 111,id fnltilhil uilhgiNAl full 1 United SUlcn. year I, State of dIe United States : tho -United States of America, and Great any claim has or has not been duly consuls of the two countries.

1; l>y In lie vitni-HH United mln-re.if St ht t<*,mill I IlaaI"l tho ('itiZellS i'II\ltu thereof.""tI'J' IlRuJanJ KDWARD F.YlmETI'. [1..8.] Now, therefore, be it known, ,that I, Britain at Ghent, on.tho 24th of December, made, preferred and laid before them, Accordingly thdy have naiue&The

4 t caused tku uol of th'Uuitt.J Sljitca to be atllx- F1L v. GF.ROLT [1.8,1] FRANKLIN PIERCE, President! of the United 1814, and which yet remain unsettled, as oitherAvholly, or to a y'and what ex- President of.the.United States-

(.J. And) whefoas the said Convention and Additional States of America, havo caused tliia information well as any. other such claims, which may ten /'according to the true intent and The Honorable Edward Everett, See,
Article !have (been ratified both and tbe
1 I.nc at the, of W iington. thin, sixth clay duly ou part be within tbo time in ,
Cily to be Convention.
respective ratification of the same were exchanged made public, in order that presented specified article meaning of this of State of tbe Uuited State*-
4 of Jiiin"' io Ihr of Lonl.otie Ilioiiwinilus. rotary
; year (ear tho of the III hereinafter shall be refmod to two
at Washington on the 30th ultimo, "by William L stipulations said Convention may ARTICLE IV. of th
fight bundled mid Cflj-ihrru, amid of the !n. His Majesty te Emperor
]
I [ dvK-udeucc of the Uuit d bUtcs of Aiueiica Marry, Secretary of SUite of the United States, and be observed and fulfilled with good faith in commissioners, to be appointed in the following '
tLe| Frt'Ci rio Charles Joseph von Jerolt Miuittor lUrsident respect to the Government of Mecklenburg. manner-tnat is to say ; One commissioner All sums of money whicli may be French.

i I Bv the PrnUuit evcntyiuventi.i : FRANKLIN I'JEIIUE. of his 'Mnjpwty! the King (I' TruMia iu the United Hchwcrin by the United State* and tho citi. shall be named by the President of the awarded by the commissioners_ or by The Count deTar iget> co.mnander or

W. L. JlAicr, SecieUry of State. States Now,,on therefor the part, I of, Franklin their respective Pierce, lVtident GoveromtoU of the: zcns thereof. United States, and ono by her Brittannic arbitrator or umpjro on account_ of any of the Imperial order; of.the .legion.Extraor

1 I United State of America, have canted the said Convention In witness whereof I have hereunto sot my Majesty. In case of tho death, absence, or claim shall be paid by the one government Honor &c., fec., his EftToy at"Washington
By the l>rcaiJont of the United Slates of America. and .Addition Article to be made public to I hand and caused tho heal of tho United States incapacity of either commissioner or in the to the other as the case may be dinary and Minister Plenipotentiary

'r A PKOOLAMAT10.V.tni the end Ut tile same, and every claoM and aftiel I to bo affixed.I event of either coraidisMsuer omitting or cent within twelve months after the date ;

nT. ft C i viitioii h tw"Mi the United SUtct th.retm1 be obsrrvrd% ami fulnlUd with //food faith Done Washington! the sixth or Jautury lug to act as such the President of the U 01.. of tho decision without interest andS : Who after communicating to eaca.
of An"-ri fitid I'lti-tia and CUI', SI.lt.f tlieOrrtiiouic the Unitad 3 Ktn sail the citifim: (hereof. day -
by iu thu of Lord'onu lcd SUtoa, or hot Eritauujc.Majesty' rOjpec without deduction oiier their full powers, found ia good
ConfrJc-uti'*), van coucludcJ mini rijjuwlut th Iii wiloM TThcNuf I )Lave krcuUo nt roj banJ d ycor our any save as specified
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;i. ifcdilT InMreittnV:DetiLn JTjitiou :of the 1 o\'er their, pensnd' press s... Thigh a.perso- :BY: AtTTHOBITY. of,their districts as ih'ey may see fit, vice-! cannot agree, the competent locaL w AUtUorfty cle tthjLietween

V TJaited'StatesMu&ters, nal: mattr, -whieh eonld, perhaps, have excosed LAWS UNITED consuls or consular agents, who may be taken shall decide.* M! .. ...r the 4jt
FIILT. OcL37. The towards the citizen Sanders OF..TJIE. STATES., Indiscriminately from Americans ..
jopIx steamer a diseoartesy -* i j j j among AhcL* : bluer StatePThiPkWthII CPaI' j
of to-ffl-ow will artr the startling1 ihtellPKcnt if he sliould have presented himself on :'in : of the United States, Frenchmen, or citizens All oceeding',felative, ti,. aahng.e( for of criminals, fugitives k
His the' Minister the frontiers of did By the.President of the United Staes of of otter countries. These! agents whose '
that Excellency of France'but'it certainly i: American vessels wreck'ed 6pon the coast of fr justice irf certain: eaaeflUiirt me [ -
fcHed. SLtcsoAtnericaat the Court of not anfhorize a step like 'that against the America.A nomiiution, it is understood shall,be submitted -, France, awl of French v i'se1wreeked upon tionsofany. th4trI1si ItpIied tn

rdd has been expelled from France, United States Minister. Asto Cubs, Mr. PROCLAMATION. to the approval of their respective govern the coast of.the United States, shall be respectively other;State.( rf.tioa :

1tu.gb which country* he was" returning tr Mason absolutely denied-if I am well informed Whereas Consular Convention be- ments, shall be provided :with a certificate dirteMt Jjy the conwl .general, WbiCUiiI4! thereafter dec iI3 : if

k jfctwst. The simple'l'narrativc of such ,nnrcnl -the right of any power to meddle ween the United States of America given lo them by the consul by whom they consuls and vlce-cohsnN of Fmhcc In the IMnited m' thereto: *'iifcsion **- .

; u, 1 think, the best manner' of letting with difficulties (that may have arisen between Mid ills Majesty the Emperor of.tho are naned, and under whose order* they are States,'and untfl jheir'arrival by th respectivo. And wherc'is'thcGov'ernmeht'6f' ; Meck'Ie'n'bargStrelitt

vou know the evten.tfof; the indignation fell Spain and the Ifnfterf States.-lie, at all French, was concluded and siirned in to act. .consular ageuta, wlier ver ahagencylcxtsts. ':* [hIs derlatecf ita'a'ecuMteWio-th 'i -

here by every Amrie*nj-wUhout distinction! events, could notsee'JK>W questions of foreign this city, by their respective Plenipotentiaries AXTICLE VI. : In the places and ports where an said Conine niion aeti hasicatwd tiia nid deTclaralioa :' :

( e?party, and to bo felt, no donbt; by all! the 1o1ieCZUIIIP treated by 'affronts offered to on the twenty third day of The consuls general consols, vice-consuls, agency does riot exist, the local authnnttpg, jta-bfl lodged,iu theipepartuMuit: vf[ .1'

1 citizens of our iiitintionally'insulted Repub friendly Power. The twg Ministers parted Feburary last, which Convention as a- or comular agents shah have the right of taking until the arrival,,'of the cqusul in whose district the.United t Stales- ':T.i.Hifl .l .J JL/ ., Li

t 1 lic : so I give you'.the following' details : very much excited and Mr, Mason was fully mended by the Senate of the United a: their offices or bureaux, at the domicil the wreck may have.pccorred.! and whp Now, therefore' bo iLknowp,' that J,, :l1. ;t f

Pt Mr. Soule, having spent two dar in London prepared to ,ask for his passports. He sent, States, and being in the English and of the parties concerned, or on board ship shall bo immediately informed of.,:tlw .,occnrrence FRANKLIN-MERCE;'pUsafti dp th Di1-

r set out last Tu **d y..for Matitid via howeverhe$ special, messenger- Mr.'Bu- Fronce languages is word for word as the declarations of captains, crows, 'passengers shall take air necessary uieMurcs for nited States of AMm ;ft c* *tik! information

I France. On khi' arrival at' Calais) ; he was chanan, before deciding upon that step. follows merchant, or citizens of their,cjpintry, the protection ofpersonsi.nd the preservation to'benwL.JULiuofder that tii<* .

*ked to-'show' his passports and, .having Thus studs the matter now. You shall Consular; Convention between the United awl of executing there, all requisite fSparatbo of property. stipulations of diTaifcoivWI<.n may IM 4'
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done so, was requested to step'luto an inner know its continuation by next mail. Those / respectivejconsuU general, ,consuli, The local authorities: shall not othorwise ebMiveVl ind. IirJi- 11pectte
and
room of the Bureau de Police. Horo he was who 'could not help/ admiring the policyofj Staets of America hiarMajes VTce consols, or consular agents, shall have interfere than for tho maintenance of order, qc l4iphtg.S4i.

: told that be must leave the country b thQ Xapoleou III, whom they considered rather ty the Emperor of the French. the right, also, to receive their offices, or the protection of the interests of the salvors, litzJby. the. United, ,Stat a and .the citivn. < i _.
i O JVU-ic'-7U
ii , next steamer and that he would not be alloweVI.ln'thd a great man: ," will, I hope, feel their enthusiasm The President of the United States bureaux, conformably to the laws and regulations if they do not belong to the crews that have thereof.Ih : 2 l '
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: meantime to go anywhere ont of. and respect" somewhat diminish for of America, and Ins Majesty the Emperor of their country, all acts of agreement been wrecked, and to carry into effect the arrangements witness whorroC nire bc'rVunlS f my / ;

Calalv bejng; iu fact, placed under ..surveilliance. that honest man. It is to be. hoped that,this of the French, being equally desirous executed between the citizens of their own made for the entry and cxporta: hand, and eAnaed1aeal oftlie United) StAtes tls C.

question will be taken np by the people with to strengthen the bonds of friendship country and [the] citizens or. inhabitants of tion of the merchandise
There must be a mistake, sir," *nid our -ill the gravity and determinateuncrgyjt de between tlie two nations, and to the country in which.they resido and even all It is understood that such merchandise shall Done at.Wasi4.'tIie; twsnty.sjxihtday* -t'- .-. *

Minister. do you know who I am J" serves. It is to be hopedthat the honor of give a new and more ample development such acts between tho latter, providedthatthese not bp subjected, o'flfiy 'custom-house"doty if 'n of'January: nTi.in die'rear U>Jr --of r-jTr our J.'j.'ua'jLonl'f ,. : ...
"There.ii not.the! slightest uiiUako, ir" the United States will not be made a party to their commcrical intercourse, acts ralate to property situated, or to it-i to be ru.eiptclnd) if it be,entered.for L1 a. -one thousand ,eight hundred and fifF i ..- 4

wa the reply: "you are .Mr.Soule, ihe .4in- question, nor deciued by priceic sympathies deem expedient, for the acconpltshmcnt business to,be transacted, in the territory of consumption, a dimttnition of such duty shall *F 'tj4uiTmd vr t u, Mu M ae& a Of- .V '.I

bauador of the United States of America to or anlipathics-towards |>orsen .who happens of that to conclude the nation to which the consul or the agent be allowed in conformity with the regulation the' UIi1 SIItB t eutyteighth *

the Court of Spoin, and I have orders not to to represent it while it is insulted i have convention purpose which shall determine a special before whom they are,executed may belong; of.the respective''countries. -ci t AWciL:.j;.., ;. i

lot yon pass" said my opinion struugly enough of Mr. Sou- in Copies of such papers, duly ,authenticated B, ; taaPaurica :ndulti .
** \VLcre are your orders, biri'' asked Mr. le's objectionable act not to }be suspected of a precise and reciprocal manner the by the consuls general, consuls, vice-consuls consuls W. LMARC&CrCt iT orVSt4 .
The general ,
Soale. rights prieilcges, and duties of the r specth'eVOnsUlS z-tr -i -nft: T l>. !ft 1 ,), r -. ..' I rt'N
in his consular
favor. His
writi-g principles in most or agents, and sealed with the official vice-cbnjnls, or consular agents, as well as '
1'bia is" no business of year's fir; these cns"sare not mine, his'polipy I deplored very consuls of the two countries. seal'seal, of their consulate or consular their consular pupils, chancellors, ami secretaries By the President'iie Uiited'Stat of

1 orders are for me, and I am acting upo.i often, and it was yesterday for the first time Accordingly thdy have named, agency, ;shall be admitted in Courts of justice shall ia the two countries all the ui .America.i i. I :* &tt

them,*' said the C rniistry.: that 1 1 saw him.-But his person has nothing The.President of the United States. throughout tho United States and France other privileges enjoy, exemptions, and immunities : A PROCJ.AMA.TIQN. M w ,

This happened at Calai*. Something more to do with the very grave affair, which would The Honorable Ed ward Everett, Sec, in like manner as tho originals.AKTICLE which at future time be granted to Whereas it is provided by the,second article. -.
any
waa< said, but of no publio concern. Mr. have occurred to any other American Mini rotary of State of tlie United( States. VJI. th n'ta may of the time rank ef the most favored of the CoriventioRof the ICtt.b( 'June, m \
ixmlc left by Uie next ste.imcr and reached His' Majesty the of IQO ; ; <: ..
ter.-notjust now perhaps; but very s on at Emperor the in an tnestates 01 me unionwnore exist nation,
s.. London late In trie evening day before yes events. He who would judge this mattcr'from Jbrcncli. ing laws permit it, so long and to the same ; AXSICLK XHI. and other States of the Germanic Confede/a- .

: terday. The news bcf.ig> made known in a point of view of mere peisonal rancor towards The Count do Tartigos, Commander extent as the snid laws shall remain in force, The r. convention shafl ratiain In tion-forthe inutud delivery ef criminal, fugitives -
American circles, thW; excitement the is Frenchmen shall the of present from justice irf certakft I tax*, that ibpstipolotionsofXftat '
:_ greatest man absolutely unfit to judge the of the Imperial order of the Legion of enjoy, right possessing force for the of teat from the day fiv.ay..
4 prevailed, and. as may \\n? imagined, measures spirit of European Cabinets wards America. Honor, &c., ,&c., his Envoy Extraordinary personal and real property by the same title of the exchange space of the ratifications years which .Convention liaU be..applied -;
of all sorts were suggested amidst great indignatipa. I have no doubt that our Ministers at the and Minister and in the same manner as the citizens of the to astjr other State of tiie Genoanio Confederation $
Plenipotentiary at shall be made in conformity with the
respective Courts will have sent such information United States. They shall be free to dispose respective which thereafter declare Us accea. j '
Washington and
constitutions of the two countries -
The Legation partook, of cftnrse of tho the Government ; of it either ,, sion thereto: f *
to at Washington; Who after to each as they may please, gratuitously within, the period n :
general excitement. I have tial had the honoi as to inspire feeling of manly .letennination communicating or for value received, by donation, testament, exchanged at Washington And whereas the government of Wartenbcrg --- ':!4 ..
other their full found iu of six months, sooner, if possible'; Incase
of *e ang Mr. Buchanan since his return, bat to vindicate the honor of the Union. But our powers, good or otherwise just as those citizens themselves; or has declared itsoccession to the ..aaidCojetvenUon '

front all I hear, he maintained throughout Government must rcnienibcr that this is r > and! due form, have agreed upon the and in no case shall they be subject to neither party gives notice tbe'-fciiid, twelve months often and has caused the nail dec Lira; ; .
before of' period
this affair, dignified resolution following articles : taxes transfer inheritance the-expiration tion to fa the of State '
irritating a to Greytown affair. Noise and bluster are o! on or any others this lodged Department .
- of its intention .not to
in to require duo here. Acrjcj; I. different from those the latter years, ; renew of tho United States ; .
_ concur every step apologies no use A firm adhesion to a duly paid by or to : v -
: for au insult against our national honor. The wciglied resolution to exact a full apology for The consul. general, consuls, and vice- taxes which shall not be equally imposed. convention,. it shall remain in force a year until Now, theiWwre. bo it kaoisifihat I, '

S whole morning of yesterday was; passed in a gross outrage, is the only best, and sure consuls, or consular agents of the United As lo the States of the Union, by whose longer, and so of on 'from year.to from the1 year"day'on, FRANKLIN PIERCE, d0ntDf..the M-. '

consultation, the result of which was the decibimi way to lead to success. It is in many repectB :States; and France, Miall be reciprocally received existing laws aliens are not permitted to hold the .expiration a year shall dk United Stales': ttf'.Aacrics* have caused ikiav .
which ode of the give no- *
to scud over Mr. Sickles, in order thai the heedless and unprincipled policy and recognized, on the presentation! of real estate the President engages to recommend parties ,i information to be made public, in order that>
be might obtain real of what of their commU-ions, in the form established them the of tice. the of Ihe
a knowledge our government thai has emboldened thi.niner to passage such laws'asmay whereof the respective plenipotentiaries BtipnlatioB* sAid'Cortventioa'may -4It :
In
that proceeding really meant. It was though -' than expected-to insult our Hexthlio in their respective eountric-'. The necessaryceiuntur be necessary for tko purpose of conferring testimony have this convention and by observed ahd-falfifled .wrU* good iattbi; : -
- that the act might have been a and it is for the exercise of their functions this signed respect .to the of Wnrie
meru persuna [ ; so much the tnoro the duty | right. affixed their seals. government : berg by.ithe ,
hereunto
affairc&pa'.4.&of/ such a construction as not! of the Cabinet to blot out the hamo thrown shall be furnished to them without charge ; In like manner, but with the reservation of of respective the twentythird United Stat.n4.b.:citiwn*ti et '" I

to assume the menacing aspect of tin iuwjl npon the name of America) by the reckless and on the exhibition of this exequatur, they the ulterior right of establishing reciprocity Done at Ihe of city Washington Anne Dominienethoisand In witness wsMveof JflavebeneQht. set roy :, ;

from one power to aothcr. The mission o? hand of a fortuimte criminal, who calls him Flnll be admitted at once, and without ditfieulfv in regard to possession and inheritance, the day February and, hand, and -ca seditbea al.*f tk) UsulodStaiea 2

Mr ..Silrl e tr i* /nrrifnrlv? tn Im ntio i\f self Xapoenn! 111. by the territorial authorities federal.. tflyerJ.flt nf I'ru n> (> ><>/>nr .. _. ._. ._ ... .. .. ... ._ -- --- *- -n+jr-n mm I*'fS. \
; Mate, indicia( or executive ot the ports cities iT-: ._, : c? _! ; :.I...... :

extreme if tip insulting party should otTer New York herald ; CONVK.TUTV.The and places of their residence and district, territory in respect to real .and personal And whereas the said Convention day Deeefifheivrn ?1p :t
j Lave has both
rcceivex! been ratified
Fays dis- duly on parts,
]least for the luoniei.t an apology to the an ink-resting granted. Th(? government that! furnish there by its own citizens. and of theindcpeod! .. 4.
i patch from Cincinnati and the ratification the same
United States. Jt\vtts in this spirit of moderation -very iuU Haling, if es the exequatur reserves the right to with AUTICLB VIII. respective .of.th /United States,4bc,seventy- .
p true. It is to the uflVct that National Convention were oxchangedat'Washington, on the eleventh -
a
that Mr. Sickles was to go yesterday draw it on a statement! of tlio reasons for The respective consuls generals, consuls, 11ghth. -ncBy
it.
of the L. Secretary -
instant William
Nnow-Nothing is to be lu-ld in hy Marcy,
: eveping to, Paris, in otder fo communicate the wliitih it-has thought proper to do so. vice-consuls, or consular agents, shall have 'FRANKLINFLEC&r '
that States and the .
at of Stale of the United ,
city noon to nominate
Tiews and the advices' of' the Legation in to-day, a can AUrICLE II. exclusive charge of the internal order of the TT.L.UARCY, Secretary of.Stae. E
iliJale for the Presidence. and that Count ide Commander of iho ImjM- '
the nominee Sarfiges, JI-.I-
: v'JJPresidetft
London to that in' Paris. The consuls general, consuls, vice-consuls, merchant vessels of their nation, and shall a- --- -' %? .r:
will be cither Millard Fillmore of New nat Order of the Legion of Honor, -&c,, &c., t
-1 Imuii not omit to say that Ibis moderation or consular agents of the United States and lon take cognizance differences which may t.be fThUtW > rft
was deemed to bV; out ->f season by many. Yok, Sam Houston,, of Texas, or Jacob France shall en'oy in the two countries the arise, uitlier at sea or iu port, between the Be., and Envoy KrtraorO4i ayand Minister ''MneIeLztt barfWhereas N
?1 Broom, tf ) Plonii of his Majesty the Emperor
fPcnusylvania. Oouofour telegraphic >otdntiary :
: The outrage was palpably direct not to bertlained privileges usually accorded to their oflices, captain, oflicerp, and crew, without exception A .2,;
r dispatches published statcil of the French, near the ..Government'. the i- )! : 9
-sterday
t |* away, and tonseqoently not adHiHrtng that Sam Iloustoa been busi.iy.cupit.d such as personal hrrmmiity,except in tho case1 particularly in reference to the adjustment United States, on" the art ef their respective it.is pro'cit'4.byc: th in4atJ.g
any other step, if immediate satisfaction Ju hadLately very of crime, exemption from military billetiugs, of wages and the execution of contracts. Governments f '*' cle ofenen1iciaDf4 re IfitK J nc, X&i ; ? 4
should not be offered, than that of the .orgatMziag lodges or councils from service ia the militia or the national The local authorities shall not, on any pretext : Utati Ftank-' eeii'tfe'Um\ei Scales 'p
Now thereforebe itktiown
withdrawal of Mr. Mason'and'the whole Legation throughout Texas ho' has already received guard, arid other duties of the same nature ; interfere in these differences, but shall States, other Sta1es'ftho-hrau'lg 1YQdFdk11," 4 .
the nomination' for the !in Pierce, President of the United of
from France. That act i is the answer Presidency Irorn the and from nil direct and personal taxation, lend forcible aid to the consuls, when they for the'nmiftai ddvrty. rgItiti j
Olil Guard" of New America, have caused the Convention to
of European Despotism to the Congress of Hampshire. Milliard whether federal, State or municipal. If, however may ask it, to arrest and imprison all persons from justice in certain casoUthJi4s. r
Hll.'uore it ii stated Is bo made public to the ehd that the same,
uieuibur of the Order ,
American Democratic Diplomatists.) If it ] u the said consuls general, consuls, vice- composing the crew-whom! they may deem and and article thereof tions. of that,Conx-endoa s aB.bo >a
in Buffalo and Daniel clause ne r .
Ullinan may cil1l'
were a personal affair/ Mr. Soulo would not j I] candidate for Governor was hi* consuls or consular agents, are"citizens if the it necessary to confine. Those person shall observed every od falfifted witk'good fairh by the any other State ofthe frtrtiianiCjC-* .tt'-ff ., ::4 t. -.
have been allowed 1 at the recent election in which reside if bo arrested at the sole of the consuls tfon'-wlj'nSigW'ttorwifter doclax j'iti ? = '
to enter Vance on hi* in this State. Jacob Brooui country they ; they ire, request Untted States and'the ertizen IheveoC. < acc Pcioif ; j
leafing Spain, but he was suffered to do so. candidate for the was'the Native or become, owners ol property there, or enr addressed in writing to the local, authority, In whereof, I have lieremrto set tbeteto:' t "OT? i: 10 ll ; ) t.
Witness
lie went ail over the country-nay more, he ;;; Presidency in 1652, aud received gago in commerce, they shall Ix subject to and supported bp an official extract from the hand and caused the cal of the United And jvketoa* the GovernvMntoTchurgSchwena ;4.

and hu diplomatic confreres held cue of their elected twtmty-HTu hundred voloa. lie. was tho same taxes and imposts, and with the reservation register,of t\c ship or the list of the crew,and States my. io,be affixed. haedaedtsiacc.siou. .. .

coMuVtAtioua OB J-Ver.ch territory, at Bou to Congress in October by thy Know- of the treatment granted to commercial shall be huld during the whole time of thoir Done, the of Washingftm this the Convention. and,has caused the sa54.rdecl P '
at .
,
Nothings of the fourth district of Pen city .t -
logne, M tt %u not tho man Sonic, but the nia. Our jisylva. agents, to the same jurisdiction, as blher stay in the pit, at the disposal of the consuls* twelfth day of Aogurt, % the year- a ration' .lodged; 'in tire DVnartmeni of1 1 : ..iijf -
dispatch that John.) '
Muilfler Sock says Clay citizens of the who Their release shall be the T
lo uhom'thu affront has been country are owners of granted at mere request -
offer&L Among tho many persons who hold ton is out of the question so far as the Know- property or merchants. of tlw consuls'made Sri writing. The i[:L. s.] dred of our and Lord fifry-thwrrane'one thousand of eight the Inde-hnn No'w,. therefore, ."t ,5.U! known,* hkt"Ii : tv >
till! opinion i Nothings are concerned, and that twenty- of the arrest and detention of those FRANKLIN FLEECE Pfesidcht oUM U"nited. !
Mr. expenses
f
R.everdyJohnson, Baitunore States; They niny place on the outer door of their pendcne of the Uiutod, States'the seventy- !VS
tight : California will be
-even -
who represented. shag be oaid.by theconsuls.ABTlBUi jpf'Aioerica iLave in .
: wrote IDthat spirit a,very long ." offices, or of their dwelling-houses, the arms persons eighth. plates : causcjltijis ** '
letter to Mr. Mason. ) .. % of their nation, with an inscription in these IX. FRANKLIN PIERCE. formation.to be mad public in,ordcf that I

i These were the arrangements yesterday The special Washington correspondent ofthe words : "Consul of the United States' or The resptctivo consuls general, consul, By Ihe President; th'd* stfrMtions bf the saM C6nTOnIbH( : mn y'J

raoraing. But, sir, Mr. Sickle did not go New York Tiwcs says: Consul of France0 and thief shall bo allowed vice-consul or consular agents, may arrest %v. L. MARCY> M be observed and fulfilled with good faithlift11rispeoVto'tW *

after aU. He ivas prevented froni djing so The President stillsuspends the appointment to hoist the flag of their country there the officers,sailors and all other persons making Secretary>fSute.- GSchwerin

BJ a nie8 enger who cam over yesterday at of a successorto.Brigham Young. part of the crew of shirm-of-way, or merchant by-,the th : ii..-t. .

' noon. Your correspondent from Paris will There is undoubtedly 'good j reason for this.I on.They shall never be compelled to appear vess ls of their nation, who maybe, By the President of the -Uftitod Siatcs ,of .l e- w LJ, H ilit; ft .i r> .,-, '- ,i
probably send yon his reportabout what he hazard little in saying that the President as Witnesses before the Courts. When any guilty or be accused having deserted said America. In witness thereof have hereunto set my --V

know, hot I give you at all events, my ac ha determined to make die Isane with the declaration for judicial purposes, or deposition ships and vissesJfor! the purpose of sending A PROCLAMATION; hand and caiiscdthc kcal"oftho'Dnhid'Sbtcs'1 d .- .

count. Mormons, to see at orrcp''whether' they fa ia to be received from them in the admimrttratioa them on boird, or back to'their country. To toa-ze&. ,, 4

, Mr. Mason_-th ncwi of he Calls outrage tend to maintain the attitude of defiance,, 'to justice, they shall be invited, that end, the consutTof France the United Whereas it is provided J yhe ft&cond artjjcle (. One1d'Wa.J /">** -i-s fegtofl1 U / "Vr"tn**>%"-wrT H 'p4JMc. '1

r hating reached him-went to the Fon>irn: the Federal authority which their present in writing to acpear in court, and if unable States' shall apply lo the magistrates designated of the Convention of the iCtl of June _, -i ..J in; vpnp. TrJ ,Q Out, nni if's& IL S

a 4Mhice a u and wihcl to ae M1 Dro'yn de 1' Governor and Spiritual leader has assumed to do so, their testimony shall be requested inw in the act of ConSress.of May '4, 1826- 1852, lietween'ttie United Statea'and.Prussiaand ,[ 8.] thooad eik .udm 'aairy. S

It fftU ."- ..j __......t, f .1_____. ,, "._-----1.r ....al n.t Wo romp riling, nr bn taken orally at their dwellings. that is to'say, indiscriminately to any of'the o'tlier States. of the GernaazMc CpnfeJer-* -- -four/and of thn < !3
tirgt ofthl dmttd a' tast, ho rcftaiiced, pointed! tarn bnght not f io bo. If his successor Consular pupils shall enjoy the sand federal, State, or municipal authorities; and *ton, for the rnntHal Jdetivery of'.criminals, '" tto;

aOlGgie, pon hi-j? reception.! Some is to' have a struggle with" the ie j4e sonal privileges and immunities as consuls per the consult of tho United States in France,, fugitive from j justice, in certain case's' that 'I : : : i' .rj: 2i'H
were ad ;but in atone aiid'thin. of Utah, it is better that ho should authorities the stipulafions of that ConTeotibp BhaH be .
. tier> that convinced Mr. go out general, consuls, vice-consuls, or consular ball apply any of the.competent d !i lriL-iw ii1 ,
been aitn M1oiithat h&had arniftd with all the moral power of the Govt'runient agents. -- and make riques Writing for the des rt- applied to any other State of the Germanic' By'1Pv iidcntcf'e tUJijjjt'

Chat ntftiMr. howler Vur1oIy., and lie dropped possible; and i to this.end probably In caso.ofdoalh\ indisposition- ,.or absence ers, supporting it bin exhibition qf the registers Confederation vftatlt might thereafte-i.oe Oedve Tiv! ir. &fP bi-.s1 03 1t'iim', ( '

, j.ct 4f 11I 43fficiit cuD, and aaked tb he will not bo appointed* until?ilie Senate t of the latter, the chancellors, secretaries, add 'of th4 vessels'' and list of the crew; or by its accesaloii therto: 'A-J P1EOCILt.I3:1ot1 qj,4rr !

why ibuZe had &io. beea re.z* *. in session to conliirn the nomination at once. consular pupils attached to their office, shall other officid'documents, to 'show that men And whereas the Free Hansestic' eify ofBrehien it is ;

ibMa throuh.Frauce C4rou (.r perniitj to A rare combination wisdom, firmness and be entitled to cischarge ad interim the duties whom'they claim belonged lo said crew: has declared acwssion'to the said eIe.the.CouveMlois of the I Ibetw 2is1iI8,1 I -

.' Well," said* M. Drouyn .de 1 1'3p IUVo ', courage will be indispensable tb'tlio succcsful of their respective posts; and shall enjoy Upon'sach request alone, thus supportedandwithout Convention, and the exchange of the said declaration mthotfi '1JnItet $tai ai4 Prts aid' -

$ A very iropejtiiwnttow, there arc rW ?,I nouaueo for this important'elation.." whilst'thus acting, the prerogatives granted li! exaction oi any oath from the for my acceptance of the tame'waj {fates of uie 'jGertbanlc'Confbdera ;
H'tjannii--J j :
for that. Being pressed for tie*, rcawu vTatcipieity .. to.lhu iueuuibttuta -..tj.ARTICLE. consuls, thi deserlersT hof being citizens qf made.at WasWngttrj on the I41ntMI"bj niq>f I cfeb very- oITiVWinala fugitioto a aij
Mr. Mason was told that there were three 1110 Treaty. > III. the countrj where tlio demand is'made, either Rudolph Schleiden, MiniaterResiden''t'said of-the: :
ol I of the
1 Lbfa.First. tut fu.'Y iriBlructions Treasury has issued The consular offices and dwellings sh.illbo at tho tine of their shipping of'their! arrival Free Hanseatio-Bremen,-and William $ aIi Conyeimdsaijj b.ph4 t t_ t

I The treatment of 3Ir..Dillon, French Treat1'!?! m czrr)'hlS out to* Collectors of inviolable. Tho local authorities shall not in the port, shall be given up' to them.;- L-M&rcySe&etarycf; State bf'theiUniiJ any other-Slate W the 1i

Consul in California. J *' .Rvcirocity'I 4tion invade them under any pretext. In no case All aid and protectiop.Eoall.be, furnished them Statds/on behalf of- theiFniapective governmenU don. 'which" 1Zt:

Scconfo: Tke/JoUcrof Mr. >SauoVrsiu tLc entr Y.)9uxportfor shall they examine or seize the there for the pnnuit, seizure, and arrest of the deserters : r. >' -< aon ,thereto. i -- -

Fu. >nch, j paonle ; aiul of fij.! of the description mentioned cousump. deposited. In no case shall those papers offioo or who shall even be put and kept in the ,,Now, therefore,. he it knowny itkaC'L .Md;;; g f iflj"CTH O* vttdCQIffHRK: I

,, T/urtfy.'CUba' due payment of the duties Aereon zui4 dwellings be used of as'lnui. prisons of the country at therequest and at FRANKLIN PIERCE, President of the U- has-declared Iti.acceirfotf d tfre'dSd1 corir* ;'
as pUoes .
,
!r1ie. French: Foreign Secretary! sAii that I give the owner, importer or agent you will ARTICLE IV. thpcI9f. the.consuls! until these agents nited States. of America, hard caused this k>. Uon- : and bas.eaiosod* U' aatd* <* d' aratiqa.'/ ,(tf>|>, h5

p 9 (L. Imperial Guvcrntrwnt cannot1 tw expected; I attached teceipt tlrcwfor, with tho custom'-house"ro seal r The- consuls general, consuls, vice-consuls; may find in opportunity of sending them should awav. the formation Ktianlaiiona.ttphe of.iusde the said jniUic Convention,' jn.ordaritbat may be WTlil lodged J 0 _b_,the-"- Department of Stato. C" 4aJ.
to treat iu the specify lLe K: vciviuoh.opportunity .
UbuaKy ig ; name OP pnnnn. IUVAfl1 .I..1i # LV
.. __ .. friendly. way tho cili- .azg nation of **" w '-".-*'" be U I
; O w* obaerved and fulfilled with faitl
f < r. .. !>T good 'in
y
-
.. its lf within the of throe Now theietir $
.v.
-- $JL4AJ imn nun. oeoaywuiu-WJCII A f aovt vit yiui-i vuuicie, uic dale of the en. havo tho right to complain to the authorities not presea > space J 4 ;
a Lobl h3 manner towards it. : try, tho jilace-from.whence,arriving,, with the ,f the respecthr governm. inU, whether,federal mouths, counting from the day.of the arrest respect to the Free Hanseatic city Bremen

I am told that Mr. Man replied)! in fhu quojitlty.; description of the. *h.2 ./ or localjudicial; qr executive, throughout thleerterasbaU be.set *t liberty, ami shall .by th have hereunto
way that will have occurred to cwtry'tiifek; Should the parties desire to warehouse! (be xt nt'o'thiircomsnlAr' district ofany; no* again.bo arrested fox.the samo cause, In witness whereof set my formation to be made pob&honWlhatd i> .
hand and caused the seal of the United
; 4111 being told those reasons. llii said lit pnder bond, yon will permit the same to be i.fraction; of the treaties br '1cOnventIozi ,ex. -AjlTlOUE X a : v ia States. jstipvlatlons of -thte&M'Cortrentfot nWbaobservgdana .
: the affair of Mr. Di'lun' Uone'hj'acciirdanccf i j vtfh sting between the 1JiuLStitea and France The consul to-be'affixed. foMBed'wWr'' good Wdf && '"
wa ju tke.wurst cxiJting provisioiijof respective consuls general, '' !
|H>fHLU the. fifteinth day _
bf 7vii.i
Donfat'Washington
,
: aanalrmliuH) Im U Mw Uu.id &r vf-. w pn tho 'suLjccX taking, carato;, give or fof, the purpose, of protecting informally lce.consuls, or consular agents, shaIl'receive] October in the 'of Lord pcct t th 9overniept.4 Qnrg..by"tJnited
: our.
rourt of Jl1&14GrMd that such fwirticular of-the therightand: interests of their .year one Staaid toe chbums.thireot.V
LI1III44Ccord. tranaactjon the countrymen, tue declarations, pnrtesft"and reports of all ;r j
,
ingly. be made parallel with a case inwhich bond as to J M>W, tho truo object yfltlic1 obli- especially in cases absence. Should there captains"ofv4ise"'oflh4lr( nation in 'ref? enco [us.,] ihousaod icight; hundred sad fifty Io wttjieaa wnereef, I have h n.nto set nir -
tm! Uniled StaIearu be three, and of the indeHendence bf the T U I .I jAfc JCtV Vf ife. !. ,, T
huultcd hy order of lh gaLlon, 4 .? ,T ,. no diplomatic agent of their nation, they to injuries experienced at sea; they shajl examine United S'e ntjeIhthiXPikCE.; ,*I '' -' .h :-I sIte u ,, t
highest miUiority.of anoUier .shall! bo aut.huizedin case of tiued and .J, y. 3:41tof :
; JSuta. The JutU to have ., ; takq note, of'tho'stoxvagc; and .
Tcxai'Cotthu1CEop.
of Mr. Satideriu'as the act of an individ The "" recoU e Uiogeooral federal government .hen- there a re"ho stipulations f to.tho ,coutrarv -
ual who had, moreover boon fialvefcton Nw* oftw "t" '"St., says: of tho hi which : Br THK Mai'eI1iui oft,.,
insurers ar
recalled from While tlio country they ezerelsu_their b twt> n,.tie owners freighters, or ; IojL
an official position bcfuiu h' published! cotton crop throughout tho State functions. f shall be charged with the repairs. If LMARCy cretarjiofStaU. t' [ 5 } thoaIb.
l hia they ,
M" Auieiiraua luv l\t\ likv: itud Ihv bay Li. incristj.I,.>%hicIs wjll IflOht)1)! Tii6' ;fc % : A PROCLAMATION. / "* *; } %'
;
UyuTuwcullia* no cuul/o nc rrspective'"cbiisii1s' general, and conga consuls rubide. or citueiis of a third nation, .. seVnt3ei't
; : Icatt .o Sk* *- ftw -tf- **r -f *+* '
: uaauup at wjtul tot 4tuf1atcir. a.il l; thall bu fac lo. t5tablih! in tuch jPaILI. "art: iutcrcVlutl.. *the r uiattVr; :luTd'lLc"p'ar'ttw. S Whereas it i is providud by &c: Qz4 ti- 1 .ij4:: rxThLb :'

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liii oribian' 2iit't The (Georgia Watchman of Weilnesdajtj.contnins .:TJkf London corrcepscdent of the Tribune thus Triumphs of Tnaiqa- The Boston Atlas, of the 14th in Mm '-- N w OrnUAna, Nov. 81.
Out of sheer wearfwp s awl ihnsVwe are tempted up the resnllfof the election in that fUt -- : fbcide's Theatre was bunt this ucfwnf.. aadU

-) .-'-. -,-. .____. _._._-____,_._._ __,.__,_ Inst a communication from Judge riteo of the Soula Acuity : to clue the sickening red rd of triumphant treaoUatlheMr Theltotd vote* in 308 town*, whidk. m all 'n' stables'adjoining it Nothing was saved hot a few*

(4 TALLAHASSEE : A. kIne# H i.Coflhivho t A>few days Uidk, *:.sos.kwMretiau1toyraneet thb W ek after week] w4kItaeus the SUtOxcepl 21 towns* stands t Qjdno.< )*ol%. Plaeide himself made a narrow esp
< his way back in Madrid j he was fefusdl admittance ,med te chSiikk the victorks W b po1. Mbtheatrical wardrobe, Including that o/the
1iad beeti sctot ai delegates to New York to at Calais. Mr. ILsostbaieed t ds ai M day toylsitDrouys J a __ _' i A H*< ? L rt,, 78,13 ; Washburn $rbBishop. $,125 eoosomcd. The whole loss was |00,0XX( pe-

Satirda) November J5, 1854.Xotice 4'Jk )4n r t *aiirs of' thJ8rinslcki.nd ; de rfiuys,'the FretJeh F Jreia piinUter, 1,106 ; Wilson, <& ; \ .ai tb. wes a partial suiaaes.Couu41.
'llie unaware of the oecor.nee.h; w tLe1'fe'jster, ; Ism iplf-4ofth t tame, ermo1I,1isMehw'ettN, all othera,7'4'he majority for Gardner

-.x':_ Florida Railroad (Jompanj. report of cotnplaineil bitterly of Sand r as a most dangerous Connecticut, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania over all others, so far is 31,935. \ No,.22.

the delegates is gloomy enough. The affnirg firebaud. Mascn agreed in this respect,and regretted Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Iowa, and Illinois, twelve Simon Brown Concord has been chosen Mr. Soule has beta permitted to l tt
of
that it was impossible to his the North the East ,
tw'fl1..*rPwEwiit made with Mr. WIIUAMSe. stop writings; but Drouya powerful States, representing France. % =
tha Jd LumueM f..the ( of the Compun are in inextricable confusion de I'lluy continued to corn plain of American foreign and the West have deliberately arrayed themselves Lieutenant Governor, by a votes essentially -
maes
TW l.Ve! % k'dU'bmbnrraesment, so much so indeed as to P(xilicy a'nd its camsehfne6t,> *petiallyiujM| $KioGreytown lp line; Of battle-'against the South. There is the dim corresponding with the above. tt>l _--e Ajii1no
Dominica the SUKW: ich Islands aid Cubi pie fact If it is not enough awaken us from oar The are all
2 amounts dwe cs, tb. hard earning of yram irnd1ij weJwost extort (sum lie editor of the Watchman the had wouud up by infonniug Mr. Mason that he bad dull lethargy, la vain tire most eloquent comments of Congressional Delegation, vii sail' or wa.
Know and R. D. Hall J. Bnf-
*rfefUj kef* that tbosf ta hnm tiilftsntsent, expression that there is no hope, not the issued orders uot to admit Mr.oulc into France. M1.LiviykM the Frees. Scarcely jdf\ we have time to anoonncetha Nothings' are, xtsed
) & the reasnhs jre l clo d bot of Know Nothing and fington, W. S. Damsel!, L. B. Comma, A.Barlinghame with .Wot
Vrflll tnftite >r ,,they jv < < : triumph :.PolkJcV. the AH th Balakla* lOXS dUk 1 (P
V;ill rtlpoitd promptly Atonnnft ohttfar least that this road will bo built bj theprewnrmanagc'rs'
ever
the Frenchman inveighed generally Mr. Soule before railed Davis N. P. Banks
against htionist, la Pennsylvania we were upon Timothy The bombardment was vigoronsly proseauted. t
si ff1.hH- hv th, swuiwyh v-I .'** Messrs. 'Ilan9ell"rand ns s friend of Mr."Sanders,"nfid bf all' tt Eurvpesn fe ecordTBe'YfctoTy'of Clarb-a stilt more tlangwot JKTC/I; : KnappTA. DeWittrvr. Ndrrfs-T M: VM l tah WA ftS7 -> fl Ah B MM -lL *

proper entrfcs: il ke nsde ia the biitfthe l oewrvnccfn. republicans. The end was, that Mr,Mason.protested Abolitionist in New Verk ; and .even before the full Custoo.. Messrs. Banks land. D Witt are Th Twr s. .

..Bills Will be tent through:V>e pnpt-r. and Colliersay- strongly aga'nst the measure, and sent hw' Sci'etary details of this latter disaster have* reached us, we privat'despteI i .Iys&tOaTws
44 The afTaira of the company seem t "have been to I> nllou to get farther1 particulars from Souls' and mostproclaim the election of another Know Nothing only rnQmbers of the present Congress, vault on the 9d !nita i. other aeeogotaMJtopol
the moorj fej be forwerd 4>t ovr rik.CUAPLB3 strangely, andre fertT/very bixrUy managed, It was Mr. Buchanan. 'Mr. Sonic insists upon nn splogy, sod tofi6us Frc -soder, Henry Gardner, id'Massachusetts. Tha.State Legislature has beeo swept in was ia rnrios. Thfnatb

-4-- t .K. DYKE.- commenced.. zppsrestly.iu\ the prwumptind that and Mr.Uasoar declares that he will leave Jhris in Thus the three great Commonwe.ilths of the most surprising manner by this secret organization the Artillery moo that sbev theaiselTeft?, -

.- ---- : ttr xverv eu wzii'ug the' lU>aJ. tint we.would sub; three days unless such an apology is ofTert.d. All the the North,boasthg tbo highest degrfceof ihteHigence, who.have" chosen, in all probability of balls pour ,forth all oigbt, having the ]
i.Tbe GeaeraIi Assembly) mit to any uniioition to 'obtain, or tjmtre) were too American residents at Paru and London, without distinction refinement and wealth, have filled their Executive time to repair disasters. .
far offer 'ignorant' to learn And understand the secret of partv1, lire ImTiirnant ouaecount_ of the insult Chairs with men.having nooilier, claim to the position every.member of the -State Senate and Tne Rusuisn shfpe sought'.saclter f

> Merit on Monday ne\t. Revenil member* priceeJitigsofa'Wall Stretl Ik ard.' Unfortnnatoly offered to tic United State! ,which se rost> have save the excess of th !It taiwtieism against the 341 out of 348 member of 'the Lower rys; bat the allies pouMd hot sbM,fctrent'csptun :

f h.ive: already) reached the Capital, ior.tu>. our confidence in tlra eutcrpriee, (stimu; been premeditated, awl In some connection vitu the Southern portion of the Union, anti as we continue House. I.- ./Lord Dvnklio Vf. U JlasHaiieieeqsA
among laled by what seamed Kn[ iB timed opposition) was rumor that largo vessels of the late IXdtic et u'adroa the examination a still more appalling state of things Such a political revolution was never known Large French and English reJaforceoMiu sr.
i
i. "horn we notice Col. PKOVF.M-K, Senator (too rtruiy and4 we ,
: from Marion anil Aiachua; \V. S. HARRIS, Ikwnl, and its( proceedings, as' closely then, an we England and France though engaged in war,'are still In the next Congrws of the United States, it ia computed -S t the! )iarb i. I TO1 gun-beau and 40 ooatibr Dkttvri
should hare donp. It teems to h ate been one of the powerful enough fort preventing the United States that with the Inconsiderable exception of twentv have been ordered tbe-'Baftie. ii- **
Ksq4, member from Marion and Sumptor: fundamental articles of tup-fencht upon which the from taking advantage of tho'dilHbultits of Europe men, the entire Northern delegation! in the L- *erllouse PromWaAington.WAaiuoTo( :
C* bnscil Uiat in event should the northern for n Mn was no coup '
Dr. Srr&i from Ufr from company LCTTE .
) retL Nov. AUKBICA
Orange ; 13.Tht m>ic l *w Rtmtu An
;:P stockholders be required to in more than their your serious consideration, and) implies the forfeiture and for the first time in the history of the Government m
pay icon
Lucic E. J. Dr from St. the Nat'mial 'will be divided into President is said txavelujtf iu ftusu* yntes to tb*Lou Titu j__
t"L ; JIMETT, psq., first instalment of five per cent. The"stnall amount of American prestige go gallantly c-staljlirhed ly Captain legislature > have'c mpleted a na!. from St. Uow
j John anil Dr HAWS .Senator from St thus paid in Would be sufficient to enable thcrti to t>rjtariw Jngrahaml The Lilx-rals the Kiin pen> con parties strictly secUon.il and gcograpliicat.. ,Iu this pOTverfnF conatirational argument dn the question On Friday Petersburg I made'the M f> ; -
acquaintance
|
hotriif tinent whether the (JDItCJ States conflict the South mu4t bo immensely outnumbered o tan Xe -
litll nit anxious
nhdtr the charter, awl! t Johns, Orange and St Lucie. i wrk ; and then the Goorg ia subwtipUonswere lo will bear insults, or whether JSTapoleou! will apologize in the House of IlepreentaUve, and though the Sen improvements, which nelnxle.for A&irs tnfrtyjBaWpwt tC' Rtaemn Mnjister' of

pay ft>r the grs Juig, iiid| the iron r IK bought with The tunis orrespondeiit] of'the Courier de* Etnti ute, as at; present constituted, may f.r n tinw rcstoro will form ra part of his next mes 'ge. The Foreign ,a gent'eonm wh baa cs vrin
: lila brow
: The,8ouIeAffair' bmids. Thus #e \\crc to funiish both the money and Unit 4feo and of the equilibrium, the d y rapidly approaches when importance of the President's opinions on this on ,awl who told.pw fcf|| witk
flrtbCflnWr4)bLUld the Iload ;is a Frenclmian complains bitterly tbftt-body also will l be surrendered /huaUfism and years of my own axe, and coaseqiuotty 74. A *
mnch a
enable question'is
credit! ro tu>so tot, very diminished by the
A telegraphic despatch dated the 18lh inst., pay tbem elv! Large'sahiries for controlling and manajfkn the sympathy of tho Americana in favor RUUIa &ctjor,. flic State Legislatures! recently elected at of the late Elections. Thorn ?Will be result a of.more
fclatee that the Sori 'difficulty; an account ? our affair*, and make n heavy speculation in writes as follows: the N.rTnr.without n solitary exception, pledged majority of more than two thirds in the next letter Of'itiu'tetei to tb.RUMSJM Bftpwor'olfcfttt lAniilifii itijanoy
their lands and City Lot ,'-while they would only I the m u>nrc whieh has been taken in regard -to the Anti-slavery! interest, and H speedy and pov r- of aLR
of which is the of to regret 35,000 men T J, aart mam,A if J hsUU
fr published on first'page for such bill
Congress vetoed
tnt addition to that element iotbe 8. a 's.s was
Senate
pay about $6OOOO, and, soon contume tint in office to Mr.Soule, became'I can give my I timony, ( U. is hrc by a military oortuoi* with me, tiat I might *
has been It is little Ac. the idea 'itnbl In summing the late victories of the him at the last session4. That result is already sojp 4 ]
day's paper, adjusted. a reut. travelling exjwise', Truly was better, perhaps, tlino nn\lxMly else, to his firm resolution wp company the Emperor tp a review of 40,000. mr.He .
singular that this intelligence, observes well worthy of Wall Street and could not/probably, m't to meddle with French polici.arI because Northern Whigs and Abolitionists, we have, then, this secured, and cannot be materially affect was opposed to this van and is anivtrsaUy''rsid-'

have ever originated el-ewjicrej Acting upon this it will l be a new matter of recrimination and distrust startling record. Governors elected in Pennsylvania, ed by elections yet to occur. ed here M a man of great virtue, aswellia&grs*
4 I the Savannah Newt, which must have teach. nfbernc, they contracted for iron to be paid for in bonds between the two govettimctitsl New York and M.i sachusetta-State Officers and the The bulletin intelligeoee.Of .
General A"etnblies of twelve of the Union contains a dispatch -
i'd this country by the same steamer that bat the contractor tilled, nod when the President The Courier Enquirer, whose 'litor hates the great Commonwealthsone ''said to be from the bll of Sebastopol, welaoeboly. f.w.hThigs
made a subsequent contract wbiclj required the first hundred anti twenty-six members in the Hocde Judge Douglas, dated
: ibo of Mr. Soule's inade : made for present administration, and hates Souk', and i is an ar of ami in all are entertained by jtba Russian population bere. 1
kct brought account expulsion, payment to be in cash, and 'n call was Representatives, probability twenty at Chicago to-daytating that the Nebraskaites came here believing that* the conquest of t&a Cornea
tt sn Instalnvnt of five per cent on the stock it wss not dent ndmirer of the French and English alliance, yet champions in the Senate of the United States. have carried four of
is
4t: did Dot transpire At the same tirua.: ( the nine members of would end the war. I am now thuroogWy ontiTineed
complied with, and the cargo of iron brought to Brans nevertheless has nn Amcricon heart in his bnnom.heart- Such are some of the triumphs of treason at the Congress from the State and that it will protract it All that you bear 'i&nt
too that the London Times the Messrs. North and it is with that a majority of
remember
strange pres wick was never delivered to the company. pride we that
and dktreto htrei fcUft.
fly of Mr. Mason's:; course' in of England about poverty Tie
approves demanding the
ent apologist and defender of the nephew Naylor & Co., of Liverpool, Ujq Agents to carry out thiii iron contract claim a InrRc a- government a prompt explanation and has part or parcel in the victory. Myron H. Clark js Shields. character aod his and Sjddms
: J ; :' of i his uncle," should have Keen unadvised of mount of ihimnges from thetonlpKhy for this failure, apology. lie ndd V a Whig. Governor Pollock is a Whig. Henry CJardIMI nbounded.'a, figure personal

4C: the adjustment of the affair which it was so aud hold, we understood, about 600,000 of the sterling Mr. Soul u a representative of the United States, U a Know Nothing. Henry Raymond is a Whig. Illinois Election. Die manufactures of Russia are so far Advanced
o. 'a booda of ibo ompnI3y ,us colkteralsecurity..- and though not accredited the The State Legislatures are Whig. The Senators to
to Emperor of the to supply all her wants And the wealth of this eky.
:'t.b. prompt to justify. I everlheless, it may bo there i is debt due the Pcean Bwik also, of ?35.000,. French,is certainly entitled to his peciol'e twideratiDn be elected ill be Whigs. And, in short, wherever CHICAGO, Nov. 10. alone, concentrated upon her churches, would sustain

: : true that his Imperial Purity has condescended snd it holds abOut fSO.-OPO(); of dollar Um-Js as collateral ," so lung as he(Mr.Soule) is guilty of 110 act toward we look we find that the success of faction is identical Four Nebraska Democrats have been elected an army of five hundred thousand men for a tvelvemooth. -
Alcsibder have received nothing
Messrs. Collins A with the defeat of Democracy. The of '
the Freuch triumph
.
t: ;. to, recall his hiandate find to 'permit our on their contract for labor, but have commerced character. Mr.government Soule, we unbecoming, have the best his reason diplomatic treason is incompatible with the triumph of that par to Congress by large majorities. The for which She has preparation entered upon u yet a war to be not made.Antietpatej'aud 8W

A Minister to cross Ills territories. suits both in New York nod ia Georgia, and there is fr believing, denies that he has in any way given ty. Where the one nourished, the other must iuevita- Senate will be democratic. The House is claims an armed (oree of two millions, and eao resxfi.y .

: .- Baltimore dye them m about ?1 25,01)0) as we suj iosc. We do not jut! cause offence to the govenimcut'of LtmiJfa- lily languish. doubtful. Gen. Shields will be his own successor raise one half that number, aod that she *a newer
Sun the subject
The
: ; remarking on know whether there other bonds of the com What the next five forth who
are : bring ,
any poleon; and such being the case, the exelivinn of nn years may can iu the United States Senate. The log. -
4' says- pnny outstanding, but ns large issues Jiave been BUtliorized. American Minister from French Boil must be regarded tell! When We contemplate the nre ent condition of of the Democratic -
we four tin-re may be. as we learned tint as indefensible things, we confess that we sec little upon which to names candidates known -
? /t: The more serious nspect of Jhts affair rel.tte'a eoiuo bad been offered very heavy discouuts. dignity an vfftred Io caprice tie (Unili or a Stale wan
: 1 to Mr. Mason. Wo regret to learn, tltrir rrpieten(alive, ichieh' cannot It peimlUdllo prrttn tending factions and wasting iU precious strength in ; Gth dist, Thomas L. Harris ; 7th dist., DIVISION, No.25 8.of T. -

; : seml-officially, that Mr. Mason regard Illinois Election. pa.v( t tcith on t rtparation-Mr. Soule's ino' ence oflm- senseless quarrels over names, while the North become James C. Allen ; 9th dist, Samuel A. Mar- The following Preamble sad Resolutions wsrt adopted
.y the treatment he received from M. demonstration more united every day-when we contemplate '
proper hostility to the French Government ihall. The Chicago Times of the Oth
the conians : -
The first intelligence from from late clec the blade vixrotiiude of of i $ -
a portico our own people,
;J; : Dronyn do L'Huys as a personal, and consequently Illinois the Fusionistsa being always presumed. who constantly defame on Administration and a President returns which confirm the election of 'IIIIIEAS, It has pleased an All-wise God to remove,
tion in
1t a national indignity. sye cannot ? gave complete The Washington Union, as tho official crp.n of the sacrificed tlr. Harris which is democratic
who have tluTji-elves for ns-when, a gain, as from this earthly existence; our beloved Brother,
,: .. : suPpose that a gentleman of fio much suavity victory ; but subsequent returns reverse the administration, is properly very guarded in its language above all, we sec the most factious hypocrites of the the sixth district, in the present Congress is ZACIIARIAH JIRKINS, therefore -

.: of manner and amenity of disposition as Mr. case f. and show. a democratic Nebraska tri- After recapitulating.the reported facts in re Noith climbing into puwer upon the rums of the Democratic represented by Mr. Yates, whig. Resolved That we desire to bow with humble sub-
., Mason, can have provoked a personal! indignity > v J. lation to the expulsion of Mr. Soule it remark: party, we bee little reason to expect better
Tho Journal Commerce remarks
. umph. of things in future. mission to this dispensation of His providence,and to
: a from the French Minister of State.- An editorial of the London Tnnen, in which nn attempt This ir.ich is clear ''hat chance for the Sp.tiy.-A correspondent of the New whieh
The Chicago Times and telegraphic des our only lay seriously to heart the solemn lesson it conveys -
: Consequently an offensive bearing towards is vainly made to justify this conduct of Louis future equality in the Union, U. a cordial,efficient and York Express, writing from Madrid, and de- to the uncertainty of human life.
.' him indicates a studied aud premediated indignity patches to the Western papers assert that Nnjxdeon is now before us, and it removes nil probability UsIaniR'isupport( to the Dm >cratB of the North, the policy of between the
irccaUng a war
of the Rewind Ia the with
inaccuracy of the above statements. We That untiring industry whiehte
to the United States. If this bo Win: A. Richardson the leader of the Nebraska who are still stnig Iing so gallantly though without
.. ) so, do not however United States and
) .; fail to hope that Junexprted? decree avail, against their Whig and Abolition foes. Unless Spain, says: prosecuted bis-various business, and his self-earn-'
r: ? what is the purpose t Not war but diplomaWo interest in the House of Representatives relating to the American Minister was issued un something is done to cht-er! and animate them, they The kingdom of Spain possesses innumerable icing devotion as a Christian, our brother Jerkins has

:: cy.___ is re-elected ; also James C. Allen, who I den a mIsapprehension to the of facts, which, whenever made muat nm give up the fight, find when they five op, seaports upon the Atlantic ocean, left an example, which we who survive, Would d*;
apparent will induce Liiu make
Emperor to
z4- hare for some time expected a demonFtration nil i is lost Without tliminiit nf n ffrvStates Xrwthern ho Mediterranean and the Indian
*
.t sea ocean. *
i-oted for the bill. Willis Allen the other the reparation. well to imitate
only necessary
the South id unless that
: tn the pnrt of the Western Powers powerleand support Within four hundred miles of these seas very -
,
of member From Illinois who voted for the is received and we ourselces arc unanimous, the Rtsotoett, That to his afflicted family we offer ear'
Europe against the United States. Not tho
The Mexican Revolution. election of a Abolition President in ISOCis inevitable. year, following amount of inward and warmest sympathies under this dispensation, which'

4J; : however, with the design to provoke hostilities bill, was not a candidate for, re-ele been to ns a common bereavement, and that S.

z but with a view to a distinct Interchange S. A. Marshal, a Nebraska democrat, is elected several times killed, according to the Mexican official we that a single Northern State will support ns I IWhen i- to pass : of these Resolutions be sent to then.Rrsolted -
;XW1'i of national tenliaiont upon several topics of Pennsylvania deserted, we still had IH.'noisand Belonging to Great Britain $700,000,000 copy
in his stead. T. L. Harris, a Nebraska accounts, would seem from the latest advices to be in Indiana ti look to-I>ut now that they have followed That in memory of our deported BrotKey,
confiiderable interest tn nil parties. We do .__ .. ',, _, _._ .. France 000,000,000
tlchiocraT, is olectw in mcaangnuiimuiauui, r-J-f '- re f %\f S I I .i .u.it C. ? v.. i "i/.. \.t ?. .tn wpar thV mini a.w1ee for
P
:. moaminjj thirty days.
not believe that it would have occurred just from Aceapuk-o, dated October 23d, and published in hope. Let us trust that some few of our ancient al- unitea oraics fmuuwuvtF,
r ,. now while France and England are engaged over Yates, whig, who voted ngainst the bill. the New Oilcaus Delta contains the hiee may break the chains which this foul enchantress Whenever any sufficient aggression is committed Rttoleed, That these resolutions* be sent to the

.-.; with Russia, but that certain movements by Lyman Trumbull, Anti-Nebraska Democrat, followIng state of Abolition has put upon them, and again fulling into against the national rights of Spain, floridian- -and- WakUIIa Times'with a request to cop;.
ment: rank, assist the South and.! the in '
Democracy fighting f J. BL JEFCOA-r '
;.
: : oar representatives and members- legations is elected in the 8th district, in place ol Wm. The spirit of revolution bits spread throughout the tie battle for the Con-titution in 185G. she possesses the right to declare war. Six Committee, t.M.'ROtf83EAtf,

:. :j '% in Europe have lately excited the jealousy H. Bissell, Democrat, who was absent or not entire Republic, and it is correctly reported that San Then, if the battje be unsuccessful, the Democracy months after that event, she could put to sea tA.P. QRAMUNG. -

.. : and provoked action on the part of France. ta Anna cannot bold out sixty Java limjjer. His Serene could still point to their history with ruite. It would not less than one thousand armed vessel* of

The Washington Union of the ,18th places voting when the question was Liken. Illinois Highness has quarreled with the whole Foreign be Mid ol' them that they had earned their country every size and description. Every year such AL4ic1rvALonNo.2P.A.M4 ,
'
is represented in the present (old) Congress Diplomatic Coipc. and has 'nude j.lictttkiij fur the to an unexampled pitch of prosperity-that they had vessels could capture not less than one third Xswnsnsr.l6 Oct. 22. 18& ,J .
Impli reliance on the'reported settlement recall of the I'ntieh Miuiater.In vindicated her honor in oue war with Great Britinn
by four whigs and five democrats, who gave of the commerce of the nations above WIltitHs, That All Seeing Eye hom the Sun,)iooo>
of the difficulty. It was tho opinion of those Guerrero things ate going on prosperously. and] add another with Mexico- that they hod! extended -
three votes for the Nebraska bill and five against although a [irice bits been pet on Alvnrez' head, having her frontiers from the Allfglmnies to the Rio Grande, named. and Stars ober.aad nder whose watchful car*.**even* i.
I who had the best means of forming a correct seen him a few days ago, I was much sui priced to and from the Rio Grande to tic! l'acifle-that they Comets perform their stupendous revolution*, baa-

judgment upon the case, observes that paper,, it, (one member not voting.) The new find him io such excellent health nnd spirit Ho had ever been found flgbtmg for civil and religious Farther Accounts by the Asia. in the dispensation of his prondepee,been Lpleaecd

delegation, if they'all vote, will give four says he has determined upon his independence, the liberty-and, that finally they fell, if fall they must Nrwr "
YORK Nov.16. to take from
our midst who sad
that thVrefaga! of the French government to adoption of a new and liberal Constitution, and laws while defending the Constitution from the rage of one was.be3OV4 ,
votes in support of the bill, and five against zealots and the stabs traitors. After such The Rn -iftns attacked the Forts of BuTaklava respected, in the of 1:7;,? permit Mr. ,Soule to enter into France,, fimilar to the United Suites, separating Church from achieving person $ *
it Nebraska The old affair a defttiny, almost be content to die. unexpectedly on the Mth October, when the Turks WILLIAM who liIe'Lfather'
State party DELL
; gain, one. delegation inviting emigration, having good and any may departed this kU;
.b' which, rniffx plained, certainly appeared| to bet Nevertheless, lei still Let make ingloriously fled. The Russian seized their guns and
; wholesome laws and us hope. us CUM
.
perniitting
C man to residence ia
four the but every worship turned them the Allies of Alachua Cdbnty ITa, at M
comprised whigs, new delegation 011 whom the Scotch
: 4 ; of and manifestation of God in accordance with tho ilictates of his more fight for the Union in 1S6(>-for in our judge regi-
act a
an discourtesy, three. The following are die members of the cowcicnce.AUar own ment, tu Union will bo the stake at issue. meats remained firin. Other forces coming to their o'clock, A. Jt, 2d October, A. D. lSfi*. aged 80
unfriendly sentiments towards the United aM, the Russians were finally compelled to yield, 0 months and
years eighteen
-Aiasl he
it-
days
liberal
; >z"i and
patriotic, witlial democrat
E. B. J.H. a -
Wafehbnrn
new delegation :-- whig ; though they remained musters of two Forts, from
: Slates,was the result of erroneous Impressions, of the Jcficrsoniau school, nnd it is a great toes The Soule' Question Settled- which they continued to fire upon the Allies. Three gone 1 be who bat a few short yea*.**b e pmnbe4.
Woodworth, fusion ; Jesse 0. Norton, for the country that there is not a host of Alvarez." of the fair to enjoy the plessmrefl of life and the -'
and that, when the matter was fully exami We have a private letter from a well-informed regiments English cavalry being exposed to a : fimittinns
whig James Knox Whig VI. A. Richard. I will add that a courier this moment arrived,bring fire, suffered The French of kind friends and nlatives
; ; source in London says the New York 7 we.t of the cross terribly. in this en for many yean.
be revoked. Wo
:b i ned, the order would are in;* news of an engagement at a place ciJIcd "Cucu- 17th, written at the last moment before the closing of pagement, are said to have acted with great bravery. We he is !
son Nebraska democrat T. L. Harris .Ne- any gone gone from the busy soeaet f\
9P4?:. rejoiced'to be able! to .announce that this expectation ; > as, betuetn the limits of the Status of Guerrero and the mail, saying that "the French Gmtrnmmt hat The next day the Allies were attacked by Menadii- earth maiuriora *
braska democrat James C. Allen Michcocun. The Alvarez force U'uud r tb<>command koff and sortie made to on high; to that Celesdal L6dg%
from the
; Nebraska vilhdftnrn all vljrclloa to J//-. SovlS* flatting a was garrison eimnltabcously. -
has been realised: Mr. Soule has of Gen. Jalvora who to flight the aboTf- that* not made wkh1aadk?
put Santa Anna noose UrMr
Ihiovgh Froncer It is uUw elated that the English The Russians were driven back with great
democrat Trumbull Anti-Nebraska
not only permission to ent'eHnto France, but ; JLymati force, under command of Oen. Andradt; killing 800, Government feel a good deal of uneasiness about the loss. In Sebastopol the loss of life is said to be so In the )heavens," where the kked eeat4 frott'

has proabfy already availed himself of it and Democrat; is. A. Marshall, Nebraska democrat among whom were Gen. Kiiintciieaud lisnid. Many matter, on'various grounds. It dreaded the reaction great that the atmosphere is tainted by the Unburied troubling aid the weary are at rest* M Thus wtstrtman. -
: ; were wounded, and ft number taken The
pnnoners. Lord it id said
the French Ragland
bombardment
which Emperor's treatment of Mr. Soule corpse prefers a long
he forth tender' fen of
the
I ii on LIz return to Madrid. This information Alvarez loss was trifling. When the Government would create towards the Western powers, and Waet to making sudden assaults upon the tortreaIM To-day pets

': waft roecked by the last stcamor,jusl in tmt> troops were" rc-truating, they shouted "n'ta el iSury >|>cuially alarmed at his readiness U enter into new of Sebastopol. The Roman accounts represent hope; to-morrow bloBSoms, andjbears bis b/taWnf'
The Tampa Herald. Alvarez quarrels while in alliance with England. If our cor- themselves as having been victorious ia the recent honors thick spoir him ; the: next day comkf6it

j to be forwarded to the United States, unaccompanied The JfrralJ announces a change in its proprietor respondent's statement as to the inane of the matter is encounters with the Allies. Both armies were being which nips the'shoot; and when he'thiakai<'gre i:

by any explanation which,Alluded ship-l 41J M..Whit Smith rctiriie,and Dr. J. S.Jones NEW JinsEV: LEOISI.Afl4&L-ThO Seiute stands ten true -M,we have reason to believe! it in-the result largely reinforced. Lord Ragland's chief interpreter ness is still aspiring,be falls'like Autumn> leaves to
Democrats to ten Whigs and Know being a has very probably boon brought about by the intervention has been discovered to be a Russian spy.
Z : to it. I succeeding. Dr. J. is a gcutlcmoBvC talent.. Iu us Notiingn, or advice of the Eugli.'h Government. enrich our mother earth i" Therefore,be it

correspondant of (lie New York.Herald salutatory he nays- tie. The House stands twenty-seven famoorats .to From'another private letter from London, 'wiitten, INTERESTING''FROM''FRANCE. Res treJTbati in the death of brother"William Del*,
44 Itnp llc<&"t> motives of patriotism,and that thirty-three Whigs and Know Nothings. also the of the steamer's
y sense on eve departure, and based this Lodge Lad lost zealous and devoted member tha'
The for of Mr. Soule a ,
the version of the settlement reason given the expulsion
gives following of duty, which chould influence every American citi on telegraphic despatches from Pariajwe learn the
We have been so fortunate, Mr. Cunnrd of the from France, is the allecfged discovery by the government community, an active anil eoterpruiog citizen, society
nod ,
to those
1iiil of the affair, which) may or may not be cor ten udo4| promulgate political principles,, says following facts corroborating the above: of evidence of the '
furnishing positive
I the practice of tiluch he bflicVcy to be essential to English line of steamers, as to carry alout 180,000 Louis Napoleon had a personal interview with papers an ornament and u.etulmem&r.
ii sounds connection of that with ari extensive schemefor vlietolced
gentlemen
reel,.although plausibly; the pn>|>cc ndmin'Mtration of IVe Federal Government passengers across the AtlanUc-a diatajce of 3,000 Mr. Mason, in which he withdrew the restraints ,upon revolutionizing the whole of Europe. Mr,Mason 2dV In 1 ken of our respect and sigh esteem
',1 t;! Loxnox, Nov. 3, 185*.- 3 F. 1L| e do not hesitate ''to t&kt $ur posltigb among the Mr. Soule'n passage through the French Territory,din- of'Brother William" DeD" fl members ofuus
mile<-wkhout injury to one of them. bad had on iuterviewwith the Ministers and Emperor. we,
4p. Jlr..PUtt, Secrotar/the Uwtaf istw.L rauks of Democracy.__L claiming all intention of insult to the United States .' the latter of whom assured him that satiafactorv .t. y 1 _!II ___ _
.. wii wear sue DIDU. masonw w
(Dnvpnimflnt in t.Kjtvwnnn ttanf TkAM nnAwf juooge nxwniog
4': *t I'ri& has ju t come ovvr wit'b tfrpatchcs fur Mr.c It Is stated that iu of the high nnvsiw i reasons would, at the time, be given for the
: ]iuann. relation to the 'di cotirUBy! of the.French Defining hit Position'TbB consequence the Emperor was dry, curt, aud it is'beUeedthatth expulsion of Mr. Soule.proper Iu the'mean time Mr.Mason thirty days, and that the jewels and furnltara ot the:
in
rates of the of
the Asasncaa'Mniisler to Lnuu paper newspapers various sections disclaimer was a diplomatic move,understood to have be in for the time
moomiag
gevenan nl to BpKiq. Buflulo commercial Adu rf might refer the matter to his Lodge put same
k4b MspsWoa on last tewby invjkd Mas-HI to a private / irr the acknowledged the country are increasing the prices of subscription been dictated by England, the English Cabinet ad visiujf government Rlgd,1 SAfeellnglysynipathiae.wiA.the 5k.. --1..J.1.... V ..5.J-

: intervftw At the nlsoe. Ib the course el, discussion, Arjfan of President' Fil'uiore, with the view sad advertising. The Evonsville (liid.) pipers have that the initiatory .giot )Ir. &otaIo fim,, fy ALLIED I'KUl'bVrJON 'oiouBAThe ,-- Parents of-
:r 'Viok oocasioa with great finnnew, to let of vindicating that geutleipau's connigteooy the should be taken, if at all, bj their Government. The feel them d sb.rit
Mr. MawO on been raised from 10 to 16 cents per w'ecl the Toledo Madrid pVpers state that France, England sod ted Brother, that ve -with *
tits majestj+flnJsistaftil to'the fuH the diwmtrous coneqaeooss ..Slavery question, re-produces'the whole of his cele- ; banquet proposed U be given to Mr. Boule by the will send their combined fleets to protect the
,i :! $ of a war wkh-Ameriea, and that he had no bratedTeltw-'to'' (Ohio,) Blade from 6 .to ?$ per year; the Columbui Refugee Republicans in London will probably afford Spain of then In their great. bereavement. in the less of a BOO,

.. dsol.hk *>*A ay totJl e fours* wkkhQie AbenCM AnU-81avery Society of the Statesman from 10 to 12 i cents per week; and the Home Office opportunity for action. land Cuba. a bratbef, and-a fraod .i i-
"
Minister to Paris JfUfM pursue h the premises. Couo r'of' "Erie, in which bo.took decided* Abolition the Ravenna(Ohio) Democrat proposes Is increase its THE "VERY LATEST FROM THE CRIMEA. Retched 4th, That a copy of the fcreieing be.

4i: Tl.th. should atfMea wiOiout proper explanations groiind on all the questions propoundod to him. The price from 1-5Q to f 2 per unnuin. The rublisben of %.-Blaoktvood's Magmrine bas a long communication Radcliffconfirma spread on the minutes, and a blank page be vwerihwlto
the Frtsftch eoott, amiroe tie ) tnftn its Madrid corresriobdent irhich The latest dispatch1 from Lord
after
'wee ifen by wlwjeM- New York Evening,JPait it attaches set
speniIbaty of the consequences, aAd ask fof uis peJu- f says great; i>nportaa weakly papers in the State of New Jcmy also contemplate ting forth the desperate financial couditioo of Spain the Russian attack and capture of the Forts of Balak- the memory of our brother, and that a copy be,

.L L'lI4UIl "Sspalsoo seemed 'as if itwt awMkenedtq e. to .this ezplauaUon.. ,it "shows that he rawing their subscription prices botpi.o to thus concludes: lava. After a great battle the allws regained posseesioo sent to the parents of brother William Dell ted aho

4he beariaf /Lmerioya/ VK* and thinys.opaq propsw bit prcsidejit bms abaodonodall hope of .doing any. ft per year-the present prices not rcnuaerating Whilst contemplating the gloomy or at least un of the field. The Russians claim the English loss at a copy he sent to the Tallahassee. and 'Jadtsoaville:

I i roaUers. He ,thjpg.without tl4,aid of Zivrtbcrn whigs, and has no them. certain prospects of the Spanish treasury, I am forcibly boo, with the destruction of the French works and for publicatioa .
the in the reminded of Cuba and of the American spiking of their guns. papers
proposalsfor
: fc*9fmf hopq ogp4g *tic support iOK4 resuming his
S : aeeq'extensively repoWisbed In thete.eMoftb.'AmrIobns orii1a *aJaveryopioio'; Columbus DrewEeq, editor 'of the Jacksonville its purchase. 1 have not heard statement of the Hew Orleans Market-Exciting: Hews from A. M. CASTONSf7.
ns exact amount the States are disposed to give; but I Cuba y The Charleston and Savannah papers pea|
gard to this affair, bsxlSBDo: high as! tosifdst the ilji/i' 1'.ii..i .,Jl.---4---, Republican has retired from that pnny and been have been assured,on no mean authority that it would -" '
Nrw OatZAxa Nov.20. copy.
4 ictVreDh1. *A> lh' Mr l impaa&w lion. James C.Dobbin; at present the abla and popular -, succeeded bj Mr. Thomas C. Blanchard, a practical suffice to pay otf the whole of the debt, home and -

j ; was Uiat Louis Napoleon would, .uot r cd the Loodofl Secretary/of Navy, has written a letter de. printer. foreign, and that a handsome surplus would still remain Cotton is lower, with sales for the day.of 5,000
optrators sold a large anionht of French rentes. for roads and railways Besides these advantages bales. The market closed with middling st 8i to &f. $ Htm. ; .
The consequence b Paris was the fall ef stocks near dining to be a candidate for U. S.Senator from North trs Gen. Sam. Houston has consented b lecture in Cuba once sold, Spain might safely reduce her Flour is worth $8 50. Com closed at 93 cents. if je'

Si l7.laumat. As unit m tendency wesprti<}dwly Cafoliai,'tli Legislature of ibich' 'State iet on Mon the Boston Course of Lectures on slavery the fleet and army, for she would then have no reason to. The Delta publishes news from Cuba, received by PORT> OF ST. -MABKS ,
dangerous at this time, when the Emperor, i s *n want day last. >Two"i Senators are to be chosen one for during apprehend war with the United tales,as she at present the Black Worrier, stating that great excitement prevailed to
of money, and the news from S bastopol! so gloomy i itHsi the seat made "vaeant.>by the expiration of the term coming winter, on conditions that ho is to treat the has none to anticipate aggression or interference through the Island. A general rising of the Nov. 18. Bark Linden, Clark- fitim1' .. '*','
'F tin festiviUes at* Oompiegne are a second thnotiesiponed subject as he deems just, without reference the presumed ou the part of any European power. Relieved of her people to arms against the government was confidently ballast for Beard DeAham. -*il
of.the Hon W. P. Mftngum, and the other : Jet"
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he had no time-for hesitation or dignity ;to succeed opinions nf him bearers ""' heaviest burthens, and blessed 'with an honest govern--I expected, aod that too within a few days. The steamen Pampero" ande -.1--

Ilia note to Mr. Mason, breathing a still morr depre- Mr. Badger, whose term expires 4th of March next s. -.. I mimI, (if indeed it be possible that such endure in a Dot Mtiftd yestecd r sAetnoon, i T ..uCLEARED. ,

t L eafenr ife thao the CoaeUmtiooel,was therefore oqm- The Fayetteville Obimfer, speakin1' of,tbo assembling The Louisville Times states that a gentleman country upon which the camelot misgovernment seems Humored: Cabinet ChangeVASHINOTOH -' .. -
ra'uMcatod ultauCStOth$ .Paris Bourss soots young ''soon and easily forget the Ices Nov.21. k.ribeusN.wtorbScbr.
of the new Legislature, says- of that bad been to rest,) spain might NO.t7. ;
tendered
hours bieiW It iw* 'd !Ied f rmslfy to the Ls aCofa' wilt Vsess'on city noinnerswIeso reported
in order t* stop Ike dediftebr:funds. Tbenotewitb- It be'ttnqnrttibmb' The s&dSous of great Inter- b the Russian; array, and that he writ .'ptdbably circumstances, ia more a question of pride than ef change will he made in Oeo. Pierce's cabinetOutbrie .. VESSELS IN PORT. .
drawfe kU ohjeetionsto M.8oules free pawoge UiroogfcFmsce. satandimpostanee. tobenIde will l lesve the United Slates about and bose. lot* without compensation she -
& tbeirstof Fehruory profit, V> sad wttl be .donusaea, Marcy will Harriet Hoxi
but
be exekitig enough, even jthey side into Campbell Shin Mamvariug,
: ..', Lmij* Napoleoo moreover invites hi litSoitUtoprocetd insignificance when compared with oUiertmaUers ensapara'Uve or March, io company with several other Kuituckiaoslfor must, I fear, by the force of events,be prepared sueo- go as Minister te EngUn and be succeeded by Gushing Bark Frances Secor. Pajne; ,
tkrou FfflOfih way later
fbe to
which must come forward fordo iiiuu. Among these St Petersburg unless something else tarns or or in the State Department. Dobbin ,will take the Bark AM Sawyer. Gatas.

'I It b ecrtant Aat the wlole Mu nee of the British we his'y mention the extension of our system of later- np nearer boms. MAXurAcruax1-{rtt"U Treasury and Mason (which one!) the Navy GeneraL-D pvtment Bark Lindferi,Oark -
rr
1)1 become -
Attorney : i
and Breekemidge
nat impfoveaients thH settlement of the I
Lord Ctareodon: teovemaMot ; question of -
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eatsitsd -
Ministry has bee through According to the census returns of the United-StaUe, also to be efcaoged. '
bonb'nf caaital ; sad the aofioo' the entire The fonigu appointments are '
TtdPc ibit has Weu atiawuJ .Th ?reocb of statute laws of Utf SUUt ..Tba upo,eessioo will body Calamity-Bank Bobbery, &o- the liquor, maouhatur ia U>b country b a big bosi- Expedition- Dr. BTLoe Tendft -
did' not anticipaU.ao, dcaJed tiao4 _,, be thus COWI&IA, Nov, 20., nose, roquiriug the use of fourteen miluoos of i uqUtrs Mysterious S During a'pfattUWmer* thad, twenty iar"Dr.
that taken hy Mr. iCason ; it thought be would refer gresUyprort&ct4,wfijtoqbftoot."t j The Lower Ooogregational Church, at Now Lou- worth of grain bops'and apples and turning tout near Advices from SL Thomss to the 9U, state that the .WLane had attoadeil imunMrahl piteeta io-
the matter to the government at yVasblngfonj; wblct I don Ohio fell Friday, millions of dollars worth dtsUUed was still tlwreMarket and wUM
uE Tdred .Th 8o on killiug three. and badlf ly twenty liquors mysterious e HftJBB ted with avery farm of worm dWaee.ed .
radersdtio to& ; leDiItlIty.Sittled1. wounding ten other persons. and ale. One bushel of porn t*every flfty-fmr ground, to apply all.lb. energIes of ie niq!*IS Ibd-

,-. .I -- t. 4! -. Nxw Vo K,1 Novels. TU Bank of WI chester, Conoecticu't has beco is converted into ijitoxicatidtf liquors. The amount of of a termifuge o4tJoJer,.c'erti' ''
:anAs T.vToftYVhI territory b two bej. The$pks of this Oily ansoance that the Soule rotted fttftQ.OOO. liquor produced is, whiskey,42,133,955gnlloiu ; rum, 'NEW Y9 irNbv.21.; '' ery etets; the resuft ofhila labors is the Am.rIO5U'1' !"",'

and avea ml* W i4 average hundred, air I.a.ttl.d. The French-Emperor has resdudedhW Jn 4lie NDW York market, on, the 1 6th Cotton reuaioed 6,000,000 gallons and old, 1,777,024 barrels Tho Cotton is d1l. MiJdliog'tJrlanjUvS} to 81 Buy Specitic, io befcre thei
tni1 s b 1 Dth.cath vfUM 'dirWuu lute tLrttf BUttiw I order prohUaUn.Mr., Soul*n. psNue through !', uoobaPgedI'Tuwr w ens ierbjo p6.6:. amount pf }">rt, chAuinijjue, ,iud Coguau JJiauJyja: ( csufFluUria1b a rsJuctwu prieve. aand'ma' be !veu ,Iikntu bIIXU'' ILIIe4t

sue of Oitia France. Mr, wlfl ie.at WKX W JIOiiJ. !I Chii'a vjP&cial wajoiit/ New Th! S7T. '' ut'.itSUVsIs'._ .t - >.

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PJ4 ki1, oPU ipXArt.U.bI1arL -__- Between'I ew Pdrt'fti* 4lak*' iIi
at the Af Anrf
; .tiwin.gr.csi,r4'L A"in TALLAll ASttE HLOfcUA.Wholecale I DOUF < price, fnd proniru 4t
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_' DtJtwl m 1tb sa7A, 11I' ,h&tevcrp. ptio.p0' aler In A I !.in t ow*DUiteol1eeUoTis'xliibkiug at their of" CASH AND V EXCHANGE BOORS," ooo Of the largest and 211 proeurL1edtrthosewhobatitbcenaWtoei theJr can* Jf anj( kiev. reived] E'leaa H -I'oNEW' 1AjSi (

'gaS amount than ther were eataOed to,,lat me 4uowit Alto Between iamePlacei V V
cnp' .1 doiDg t 1 Ljury' $lie : HavioglW fecrta TeA ||mMari inU>i 'i
tfD, f. .w. An incredible' number of' ,wrn I V slip- :rt* efi.nWbtKi.cHvwUeh they think, uposuxnjn&tki.wilbS famd to equal,ia richness and variety cution.knd eeOHrig of G verWnt-claiiSa.Tnnder- 1 : ANDKETWSTv : Hf''V
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1coarrexp1I by; great,vermifuge ,? and JUST sod she anraaisTtmetsUif tie kind ever bruugbt Booth. .V V V stand fully ttfei ayt aad meine of gettktf dMtoo b the
in T.8ahaee,
tre &% Ibli ()K Th 8torte : i ri lass %% a general a en ofOuo 4 Tue great decline in'the prices of l>ry Goods, will be apparent to all who 11'iqflard. examine the qual varkwja DepartuenU at Washington. I hare in toy IEt4i

I fey aad.prices wf tUefrntoek.. They were purchased during the panic jn the X ew. Turk[ iuercantile crnnmu- jxmftslon record evidence of 23B Florid)*,87 Alabama, : ;

1,84. 4 2w I AY soar'ine: 11&II8 X. oity.wbecrnVqunqueu4.! Eastern;markts>being cloaed loanutactnrerf.. they were compelled to 120 Georgia besules'South 'Carolina and Tennessee t. I.. t. txfT ; .

-- V V I throw their sbviks mtn Ikat market,sad force tbeta off at suction, at prices below the cot >f.ymanuUctnriij.} Mutter RolUof rrr. *a uu agud ja pw? Florid* Wa' HB regular s a sUaqultlp i

R. A.' i.erv i. I Owmtt sad sreure burgaiua while u etwek ia fulL We are ,willing to give our customers the advantage* If you have ariy Quarter Master Pcn 1i4vor Bounty. JL rnaictur. will ply perinancntl7betweift& .1ii. V 11p1.si

3 VLerd* i A 1gu1r4f44fl of IIH*CliflpW takes ,? I "WE BUY LOW AND SELL'LOWV'I IL BIXXDD. and PensafioU, aeilina: regularly hereafter eo lt and V

Lc&i.tthoe jbHjbWE itjt t rf. OrT fi from th cthtry *dth k! I voti will ftnd N. R Pemw.with nnsclllcd btisinet* with himself 17U of eaeh BHwth Cruiu ihi;* V Pyct sod OQ' m4
will take-due utti By'rcaifinjj tHe folto'wlng OeqernrMemoranda, thstr.mljsneeurn1v a very'lurjan *
OSaskof wWch n> nbe/v ** OtUwia.
call .jJsj t2d.f each U Inn Ntw
or-A, ssevitei returning
m.>
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Ladies and- 1ent 'Dress Ooids of the finest and richest mnteriaU hi th. latent
S2 ti yt .imHliaUodbg.ar I elegant selection of stvl eslu
quali. 'alciaapouod& of at'rhy ofllce (over Uessrs.BfUW"L.WhitA&cr' Store,) Tbe jt aa> r JAP&T.U3tWl rno (tIl,, i1
stock PLANTATrTJlTlimi'HOtrsKllOLD
dcsirubboolors.. but also GOODS.
orTer. 1 ol tl.Vfl1"5t a large
I CAP;TSSitedtoaUaiU.' t!y t 1 ,1 an in Tallahaiisee., Fin.Noveui1ii.11'l854t, emmeetjuu withbe Pawpcrw.Jo fcey.Weat,(toochfne p
> Ugeful Oruameutal and Eatable pweuaaed'at nt tkia c UbIishm ut > *
iuj can raengera .
: : T. B.T4rtait. $ x ,ever) .li9' V ft 4I iV at Cedv Keya wl Tapa.)taii ind js! >*

I AIIOMPF'raALCT j' -rn I AT THE LOWEST CASH} rRlCES; VI V Toii.Pipert1TorTh1 froni .th.-Pamp! cp III'the, ,S4nbUuk.i,. I
'' ni ni Novembei'L& eMiblo aAehorage in tbe 8t M kJSutk 1
rr I I i.. Subscribef'onVre A* aale Iiia property io,
tb IrI'4t1l, CityofTallamaa 1 WIierLI1t. 1. I VIt V t7 Tallaluisflce, 'confuting.i>f ( imfroWd 6>rd the travellim; public botti eotiniuiewe aad zp.-' J
t ,, ''
maa* y V V and unimproved. You! Lots in Nor'fh'Additio facing dition. V V ;i7 <1 ,
)" Bank i ik is cow 11" Ot1I1 iidy, V 8s : Laws ChiWien'a Silk lioie-of, Worstetl and Cotton kinds; Furniture Fringe and Laees, Buy the Female Aeademy,'with 85 feet fn>nt to' each lot, .For fiirfhev.partmUrs,v apd arraogeovnU ,*nrcoiv. 1 : V
Linen
Si. .,, Oht 1ort, Frerh.Lobster. V I IMa Silk 141e5, ABHricnn Hose'Gents all ; BorlV Eye Pmper.Linen andOAlton.Towcling" and nii>n5ng"baek 840 feet Dumber d 279 V ? VV
277.278
tim sate: Te! &flJing (lu thi lot wit White1 and Bl maY I flitb yhtT jra, r '? > Shad;' : Sax.3tdweMeeklen, Black and Fancy .Cravate' Bleached Shirt- 280. On th, hut ene is a sutstantil t l dwelling boosed 'DANIEL LAUD. Ar at. iC
nod TUrt Ladies Silk gl Wool Snip and Liiw&
< Vrtd' fof'bttilding porpo Sherry. 1Vi r CI$3 % r HooiVJa-Valeijeienuca, Bug.Thread sheetings, Sheeting, with well of water Ac. Al* 2! good bnilding l l4>ts at VVNeW Ton. Nov.4. IBM. V V
; and Silk Pocket IMbw A
Shirts, Gents Linen Cane Linen. Bleached Jeans, > ,
London Porter the Nos. S5 and 1
L"tVth 'pS3S eaee of and FVencb Ijaees. Depot, 36.Sotith half County Quarter u
t.Wddft Sity.
: t.Scotch Ale5V' Sardine*, Handkerchief*,G cuts Wool,Silk aodColtou Apisa Cheeks, White and BrownHoImxU both nearly enclosed and In order. This L
good Asa Fbt.w
f'r Now Receiving Barfve
.. Forterm npp1.Tto &c. per
EmbrOideries, Uuderebirts Drawers, del Domestic Cot
Ginghams,
"TeAchcR ;is
b. W.--GWTNN Agvrit. "Bfiindy Tirnatoe1ctchup1 property offered at private sale.Juitif not sold by .,
and w aI. s
Brandy Cherries, Wnlnut. ** Swiss jL MAjatIelCambrie % Miisf1 ton Flannels,Seamless Bags,toeethPimity the first Monday in December, it will be offered at 1I111bAuL34ivFVwJIPAs, I
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,eqber2; ; 1S64. 6w 57 V raua. Jelly. M ,. '- V.V.ff Specs,, V J3ands.Edging, Luertmgant1hiniwiug We will at all times> be pleased er Tith a large rtcck of public auetRn| on that day to the bighf tj>idderTt IU U 20 Half Bbht." Potomac Ho* HerrwffV *, ;fJ F
._ Printed Embroid .
Plaint: 4'rQn. aid Fi14ta B.chvhest : ,,
$ ,
Picl third fourth cash the balance
Sale.TT Cttrrantdo.V to exhibit large stock of Fash- Heavy Dry Goods mis one or one secured
_____ _ _____ __ r rresined Quinct'p' Raspberry Syrnp ered. Hemstitched and Lace Trimmed i nalile Mantles.our Talmas, Cluake, Osiaburgs, Br'u Shirting nndSheet"K by note with securities, payable, in three insUlmentt. SO Boxea W*sUmi Reacnr Cbcwe.V (*rjtCrstesoni

Tidw* fa decree in. Chancery, rcndtryd, cm the H '" V Pears, V Strawberry1 |V Li non Cambric Handkerchiefs, Scarfs and Shawls, which we warrant Brown Jenna. Denims, Shirting of one, two and three, years and bearing eight per **,; V

p JSth'dtty of November, A. p. 1854'ui, JcflVrwtftjrnit ," 4 ( iner, v T.eii; ( Embroidered Book Caps. to be of the prevailing winter ap s.EedTicking,Marlton Plaids, cent interest. Application can be made to the subscriber 10 Kegs seTEauIier, V !
V
? Court,wherein Aia'May,administrator uf RichrJ Smrkllng G:; llatiqe, f Gingj>r", Collars, Sleeves,. &c, styles ns set at Hrixliex ..b..ss1ona31licljestor Stripes Green BJUZC, at Newport, or to Mr.John H. Rhodes.V 8 BbW. FolloaMarktt B4NOT. 1
Cole deceasedrand also of the estate of Ca'roJiwCi -C rtarorins Extracts line AJftyl? ,"* tionof(b beat Twilled NAT. WHITE. .4. 1854. 44 BEBRY KOWLES.. j ,
B. A.very Iargvaele Me'Mantilla Emporium, If. Y.. on Bagging, 30 pieces Plain p r rri
>'lc. deceased, and Margaret, ll.M.iy }bis 'wife. SuaaishOTivea,. 'Salad Ou; V ',. styles fif Gutporei,,'Makfese. Honitonami hi* opening day (Stith Sopt.) They an* Plaid Liusey S5 pieces Red, November 11. 1854. 4w 45 kit"ublIc
in right of bia'eaid-wife aud ZI s her uextfriftid Tj\Mish'JBiBtrJ. Ctpers; -if-i fcncJ Lien C41ara andS White Notice.UE c'V ; :
aLiaiL JLiy V >! V V* esinee *ie made of Satin Cloth, Silk. Me Green and < rays Flannel*, : .
hib V Fresh Crackers and Cheese. V
C ii'pIatiaBtCaAWiaiIytOiACatline Claret: ; Bnarklinij'Cidcri tta. ;E>grliib; SeoU-h, .Irish, andFrenrhBmbroiiKa'd ritio, nnd Crape, and vary iu price 225 pairs Coat,Bed,Saddle and Ne sub.iiberhi apaDtHy of Cana pistols le, Ir V

wife: $ol( the iufaut hiVP of.ftienfttxi'f% IXHO, and .th the, T.tbacco, Old P trt Juice; Collars.Sleeves from ?1 to f 50.Ladles' gn ; 200 peiccs Kentucky oflBOx1s: Soda Crackers, ,_ OQ hand which he baa rpalre4 rOrZrOp&' .s -
PufendauU. I wjH sell at public outer! before HflAS V r f Vi :ui11L.emnI.t 'Liueo Travelliue Jeans Tweeds' lU 10 flbla.Sugar and > V'
en and GbeioixetUo,1 Cflssimeres,Satinet, son*, but who hare not called paid flif tb m,and
Cwut House dixSrlft thb Towa wfMotttlowlo on JIoutle 11,1654.; V / 45 VM1' Habits and Sleevea iuruing Collars Dress Goods. Twills, Plain Kerseys, tc. 10 PilotS hereby gives notice (hat iml aa the artidetfarv taken The j-; t
t rt Ay hf Januirj', Al D..1 B5)JV) rthio logalhoiirs 75 Silk Dress Pat'ms Plain Bro Butter ( *
,)* Sleeves'and llabiU.Veils. away by Lbs flrt day, of February next;he wTff V
the allowing dcseribH lands, eitmitt; IvlnK nod ( Harness, mde. Plaid, Striped and Watered, Clothing. 6 Water M V eanM the same to befjdat public! .Wrtnrj to thi : t':
iu th Cuu&itjt$ Jer'o. tnVwt:, V V of (ilnce Poult Sole Moru Antique Gentlemen wishing to supply themselves ** H

cle Lemon
b'ii'g 6 V r
bidder to *
ofeVes1.t otfte cnrt1i ( Ft r Sale by P. B. Brokaw. lyire Veils, White. lnck and with seasonable C"aU, Tant" V V highest par expenses.V
TheSuthero pLrt jtc., in from 43 8 Cream M
ranging 1.
price
i SontL'of 4, Fancy1 Cfcl-Mvd do., Embroidered and Vests JOIINEoDoftn': : :
Range
select from stock
can
sectionI'tliTT&wrtslup Subscriber has jusl'Vecpivcd aNJ a
oArtcr of .UK cents to 87 per yard; VO patterns -ALSO-- Tallahassee, NOT.4,. $*4. V 44 3m .. i.
t eontaiulng'50 acres': ', *!W ftt an *>\\fi'el 58IT'W. very large supply' CairiagovBug- Lncodo,Ulaek and White Silk NettIllusiyos all Wool Mous. Ie Laincs and Feb containing over 850 parmenU. all of 25 Boxes English Cheese, V ; V 4 t' i;

.' nr thC JkugufctineIV'ad, *"d boueJed by lands I- =T J and Harness, which hewfllrslorreKnonaUe Thulcti, Blonds, Craps, Mtrinos; 175 Patterns of American late styles, made of black awl fancy 5 Fine Apple Jut Reeelrei per Bark KIable" froa-
uta.tef II 4c. col'd ,
,.f Wro. Gorman, Grantham'and the sale oa tii post terms. DeLainu; Printed Challies and Bc- Cloth Casairaure, 'Tweed, 25 Kegs best Oushen Butter. For sale by New York.
also otner If act 6r parcel of land 11LMf 'icti 40For'Sale. Fashionable Bonnets. Satinet, Velvet, < Vesta of Satin,
B Cole; one 5oveu4i r, rege tie Lames; also Persian Twills, BERRY t ROWLES.OcL21th .
. Black Silk, Plush, te. Overcoats of Blan- 1854. 42 FOK THC BxranTl or H JU.Tifc ; .
Ian d, and aim..one oiwr Winter in at Jams' :r ket Clotli, A-c. Hickory Shirts also .
.
q4'iith1 known tfc*Rsr't1. / Styles VogUe Satin, Bcreges, De Be'gennd Alpaca ; A CASKS Ale and *orter.lCaskOIJ1815"irraadyi- .
:(t ?parcel *,t1anf'iing'< | th* row! teaiing from VALUABLE plantation V of 6RO ncres Fashionable. Millinery Establishnt't, Robes, Saxony and Gata Plaids, a variety of Linen Bosom Shirts. Groceries, w

V e UU. of It. a Coet Moo icellu of fuureigbth'' V 1viim 'iii the Meridian R ad, six miles N. Y., on his opening (lilY, ((21stBeptcmbtr. French Chintz, Earlston Ginghams, Standing and Byrou Collars, Drawers Barque A. H. Kimball. from New York. T M

cwftiiniuiffin aflone tao 6aud and foVry acres moic I I Dorth'of TallahaFsee. This is one of the )Kt .) of Satin, Silk'Englishnnd Plain and Figured Alpacca. White
(fAfrrm a11 in (the year, nnd the wittered plantations iu the State, and, pniducea. fiiwly Swiss Straw, JU-.lgrade, Rut BLick, and colored Crepes,Florence Hats and Caps. 25 Boxes No. 1 Soap, 3 '* OldPeath" I4 V

nifoTt'wOne in two from the date of llic sale, will) both corn and cotton. It l Ita. moreover;the ailva land!, Cliiua Peed, Ac, varying in and Marceline Silks, Canton Cloth, 60 doz Gents', Boys' and ScrvtsHaU 10 Adamantine CooJlei. 6 AmerkaoGio'J?''|"' V .ir '
flr half jear to the richest Ijwlytof. tim. prices (ruin 37J cents to ?18; Fine White Challie White Poult de and 50 Sardine 1 Holland -' } 'qtV
from Avt.' at the mix of tg1t; per cent, to I* tageof lying ndjiiecnt 1o I Cnr*. Fanliionable Silk S
inUrK. oaflie premi.'ws.' clearwl land in Middle Florida (knownas( the Harris Mourning Bonnets. Travelling Sole Silk, 250 Pieces American, En- Black and White Brush, Now a- 20 'Lobsters, V 1 Cask Gordons'-pale-Sherry Wm, V V
ureJ. bv mL)1tge J AMES R. TUCKER' hammock ) which) will soon be in marketTl ere are Misses Trimmed lists and Bloomers plish and French Prints. Black and DaysWideAwakeShanghajKnog. 6 Tierces Rice, k 1 itadeira' ,

Special magter !in Cbancery2S mimermis never failing springs of the purest water on Higo1ette ,'Turbans and Coucy Colored Cloths fur making: Mantillas Nothing, Senator's Hat, Spanish 6 Boxes assorted Candy, 25 Baskets Ileidstc Cbainpe.igne.V.. j-j.j -

ovezn'br 1S34. 6\v 47 the place. For any inf
place, npply to Mr. Hopkins, Tallahassee or myself Ribbons,' Trimmings &c. and second Mourning Goods, and a Roots and Shoes 50 DemifoJni. 60 Bottles Old Brandy that wQI r.do VV or aoul. 1;:
on the pn-uivcx.!. \WL IL URANCILKov A nice 'a wrtment of Rich II. -
House and Lot at Auction.V 2SOfi pairs Boots, Sin*?,Russett.. good to taste. *..! -.- ? V ,
mbor 1 8. 1 S5|._Sw_4fiA3IEUICAX net jud Sash llibljous, i.f the very Dry Goods, Gaiters, SlijirK-rs, Pump, .f .all 10 Barrels" Crushed Sugar" V BERRT A EOWXES1

TItA j 1d nt AtK-ti-non Monday lie r ARTISTS IMOX.rf Iiitc't sfyli-c; a large collection) of. jbueh os Black and Fancy Colored!qualities and sizes,for Ludie,Gents, 15 Coffee .21.1854.. 42 '
firM dii3' <>f January uojrt, that dwirnNp V (alittii1e \\'muter Tririiniigs' 'Cassimcres and Cloths Children 2 Boxes.Loaf' __ VV V -
would |j' ,Cnshmnretts, and Servants. :
iTtrwt owned S S.iiihit. HE AvKRio.iv AuyflfTS TJ sum peetfully Itralis Ga1un' ltibbi'iis Vel 10 Starch..
% an-1 IA>I IU iIoC iiVliy by ( inp, Curtain Daixiak, Eniboidered Cur- For Rent
1 Ue"Unit State and ,
to die citieu t'f ,
annoufice .
is nAy nnd contains & large vets and Chenille Carpeting. -ALSO-
The HouiKi ;, Fringes /
EKJ' the Cumulus that for the'pnrjWoofculUvaUng ntnvtcf K, Turkey Red. American Furniture aud Three Imperial Tea, Almonds X the frst ofJiin.ary.n.at,a tract of land on tb.
.iro"M aaii two Of finivhiil.Al nn its.rtincnt TaJFettji. Satin and Hemp Ingrain Ply O '
tJnisb s ,
,> at Uie) B me lime the. l 1et ndjoinhi;; on tliriJe. *- r the fine art throughout the country, and wirKji Cap Ribbon Cord and Tassel, Button Furuiture IViota.Dimities Koglii-h un'Vcsccd d'i.d' n Carpets, 16-4 Drugget, 124 Linen Gnupowdtr Walnuts, .Chattahoochce River contaihi4g absitZ bivi. 4 V'
Cordad _
view enabling family tx> become possessed of > Black dreil' acres, with an excellent iaodiog nt-rrrtant nfftx. !
;
'Wust Tcrnw, Kmbrcidered Skirts. Grass .'Mar
tntitb iUL lt4re. &cri;late.V a gallery ofTm cngravinge,! l'attcrnsforEintroidcry.fF"eh| Working seilles do Irish Linen do, Table, dc., iLmilla and Clienille Stuarts Syrup, Olives, pied by tl>e MesfinL'Hodson&fannerly known aaKemp's ;, 4

; KK11UY A l UOVTLES, Auctioneers. FIRST ARTISTS OF THE AGE Cotton. Flawing: Thread, Bii- 1'JtV8td.t! V .Tufted and Chenille and Tapestry Brandy PeacLea, Salaratnii, Landing. FREDERICK TOWLE."" *
und I'luiQ Jaconet (lnml.xe '
V V determined in order to create'an csttn- FrVh FlmvYs ped Worst Citron, Wacc and Ground Ginger July 1,1854, 2ft V 4l'
;ov: !S, 1R54; 'Bent: njy 47 They" have net Linings, Wreath, Swi!>s, Mtill nod TarltonBeilin Mn.1iu,. Rugs.Carptt binduig. _V -V V ,
ive sale for their Engravings, and thus uot only"g'rve Tubs, silvered and Jet, JJcad OrGloves. Cord ted aud CutU-n Damask fi-r CurtniiiS, Currant, Scotch Herrings, V
Bonnet Plain
Sale of Negroes. vmpVoyinunt to a larye uumlnrjof fM And wtbcx uauwnt". and Fig >ad Tiissels! f sir Curtains. Raiska, LONG & GALBRAITH; '
Admlnistratpt ured Bobintt Table Damask Inm-
but ahi'Tng\ cbuutn men"si'taMc !for worts"of *'. ]BERRY"i ROWLES.0"t .
the 4lh day of Jaiiiuiry 1K55, I will] iiispirc; : Hose, &c. ask D< ylies Lnce Bed Spreads; Ti- Crockery ATTOBXETS AT LAW, TALIAIIAAISK, FLA.NOk.GALBRAfl1lbsve .
Thsday of Ibifir I
.nrr 1854.
tho pnrch"n engravings, 42
O sell aucticoi hefurri ,the Gmrt lUuscW art, to prewiit to ers La'liv nod Gerifs fed, t iIk, Woo] die*. Toilet and Table Cov r. Emliroidcrf Real Chiua Ware, Iron Stone aaao -
at public Koid t
t.I t. < iu the Town
tu Ui; crtnte of Richard JIoKiune, deccajn.- The i)0.flflfl CUTS OF THE tCTLL COST OF 150,000. ; Lndi.-s Blark. White and!Tliibvt Cloth, Stithury and Oira and French do. Common Ware, They will attend the Courts in the Middia Circuit, the t4 V

rumhtTis about twenty-five, omiproin iiicn and, wowen. ; Each purcliaser< f u one. dollar ffigrayuig.tbertforc, Mixed Silk, Ctttou and Wool llubejI'iauuels, Huckaback 1'iauo CuversSLone! Ware, Jz. and look at Staekbefore ym purchase Supreme Courts and the Itr1CLCOUrtI oTthe Uoiteti V _*,'.

I prU ami }*,)V. The nile will be Wjilue of IP* only iin vnirravjnc richlv' wrtltthdlu"4 J elsevhcrc. Weare, now receiving States at JaBahassM.- .r V ItU ,' V
V
&n order of thelleaoraWe Joseph B..Roulhn ,judge ivy but alive a ticket whiuli culiUcsifim tuouc of the Office opposite the Coart Hotfsev i

if Probate (Jl:4T1&ckb(4: Couuty, aud for tic puqiosc of GifU; \rhcu ihey rc dUuibutcd. from Ncv York a General Assortt October 28,1864. Ij V jik 1'

& division aiixMiir hc heir?., Terms cn!h.. FOR FIVE: DOLLARSA Hardware. Willow Ware, Notions, &C. 1 meat of Goods, suitable to your V _VI_ ;
1IESRY MtKJNNE, Mmuiuitrator.irvenrljert5 finished Kiipravine. PAINTED '
highly -autilully '
tw 47 FIVE GIFT TICKETS( will Ins wit,' wants, consisting in part CabbetV1V4tUB. 4
N 1854. in OIL and or Shell, Ivory. Horn and Rubber & mb'.of all klnd. V
live I>t*llars 'orth) of Splculni Knur.ivin, can be selected 25 lnzcn Pricket Knive Cloth of the follomng.articles L
Knircs and Forks, CaiVITH. and Hair Bru !>e<, Elastic Dress Shields, 'Plaiii V

Notice. fivrn the catalogue, and sent by rcLdrn mail or.xprees. Puwdir Flatk. Ltcka of all kinds, Angnrs.Bitts' and Fancy B'.ittnn", Port Mortals Banker's 'Canes, -viz rMY V4 I
PsrfiHMTJiip heiet4)kfe existing between WcsJL f Pabt and Varuivh Brushes Silver Thimbles
,Cologne,
rpIIE*r*:JjdJJne k Dilworli. is thi lay dienlTed l-y A o ipy of the catalogue, U f-ther with a specimen 1-Tlen, ChWls, Draw Knives,Plaaefi,Cat and Wrought Extract*, Farx-v Oils and Soap, Looking Glasses, GOODS DRY GOODS rrHl "Subscriber HX J Rmivit. ': VV

tcuruiil (oii! ent. The fintirmlud buworH* ml hit! lit, .f )::c of hu Ku ravoigs, van Le eeu-at thw oflicc of llinyv) *, BlJiij FaUuc, Ba-aJ Axct, Collins and Dreeing do, Mn<*tard S wms- Salad Spoons and and will keep constantly stbsd, a i imeot I *
attebded lo the auid 31 M TS. Er kine & 1> 1XM't 1- his J)1J)51.' ** 100 peiccs Georgia Ker-jmany other articles too of CABINET FURSlTOBi;eesiBalspe;isv pact V
>i'I tte by ; > Chop Ax ft, Spring JUlauces, Waiters, Tea Trays, F .mih. 1'Vr each duilar sent. &u engraving actually worth SPVS and Phuna, {numerous to mention. of the following Artidest I }
Patent Leather Brits. Coral and Jet Neck
that and (Gift Ticket uill iumidiatcly: be foiarLkL Norton .Store Locks Trace. Hi,east, H.Uti.r, Fifth and Blankets {
,
tem'ber 25,1I. sum. a laet-a. Wristlets Jit Birds Cake tmd 500 Negro DRESSING BHl&AU8,7l! eaaad Wood 3aboiiyj t %
Sewing Sugar
% V Ii'g Chains, ,ilaliogooy Knobs, Ward Itube .lloolis, I ozt-s, fiinry Baskets,Clothes Hamjn-n., 1'uDted nd !4prBed VfIO t FANCY GOODS. Walnut with Jferble Slabsv .i V ; V 4PLAtN'BanEAtrS

Cu nut f Florid l Lton'Qitv.f CJoNiphWhHe / >t AGflT5PV SliveIVau1Tis. Feaders, Fire Irons, Well Wheels Cedar P la, Keelars and Tnbs, Well Bucket Game Bleacb'd The Committee believing that the vnnecM of tTi ings and Sheetings. .Ladies Dress .DflOAitD& 'Mahogany, Walsa* as4 Jsy,. 4
3 : Patent S1l; Iroim, .Shovt-U and Spades, Axle Piilh'es Bags Dolls,Tovs and Foot Skives.Stone Match Safes, ,
V eat national undertaking will be siateiaIly 'nrorc'ed 40 pieces Plain aad.PladCOJWirfw: in of with and without aarbleShlbK, f ..r'ft'ENTh1t
Umbrella part
M. > Debt: by Attachment.J V : fur W>ulow< Saali ,C bv the amid entcrpiise of iiitelt, energy aes
ruy
Tuli Ciuw Chairs Children's Starch Pol-
J. Sewing ,
A. '
Roney.
\ V
<*vpi ted sUnt1mr, hterestedI 'ereeriiig Agents, have refcolved to treat with audi 'pc.JiIu{ y I4 f SIiot'Guua, frosj $10 to 50, horse i.1iTtiBiiihheB} Rubber Stays, Steal Pens Best FlaniHra of an qnaIities.Pl; Watered aad Gro. Bay; with Marble Slate. *' -J" V V

THE Tfnd"tt) fhe' ln etx'tifle't 1WYflfl puit at1hniet "U the mo.t liberal tei Ins. Sh' e fails, Cotton Cards ; also, a large lot of best Gau CIJH: Toy Cut* and Sariccrs, Letter and Foolscap French Engliih and AmerDe! Rhine Silks DINING TABLES.Mahsgvrr Waleot sstd Daj.r 9
viUtalce r\<**r w'vhinsl to become an Ag nt, bjsmd- iean Caiies. WORK TABLBS Sarf BT .
Ms1iogaoWsbist
;
Any jMsMui Cut Sails, liolkw Wau, 4c. Paper, Trutelliug Bags, Lcmou Siiueezera. C V
nnd they Ute berrtyn'quirodtoii ipe.irsndthe ouediHlflri wfll Muru of j Brown Bleached and Col-Crape PopKoa ,
filed therein. Dated JO th1R3 Ing ((1w.t j jiaid: ) re ; & In declaration dollar Gift Ticket ored Hose, ;Printed DeTainee, >ffl $ Iai-Tets N1
naiL a one engraving. n ; a prus'pcc- V V lerfitmda. LoeltSng *es; a W* Ihsj )
tnlHr *. HUGH ARCHER JR., Clerk1. iuS rmuli i"i. .- 6 fcalf Wool and Persian ,
all other flaidr
47 V tus. a catalogue, and uuetMary < V hpae BtoolsL, ) gy Rocking CMnCVaanis idiar. -
NovemherSB. 1PM.! V On the final completion the aalo. (lie Gifts wHhe Furniture and apron checks,; Delaines. V pie Cane,ba'A do/pane eat Mid<"Wood Ja>;.MabanyWrfrobecbenlV.a

Notice. placed in th: baud* of A cotnnuUoe of.the.ipurobalM OOR GROCERY DEPARTMENT Domestic plaids and stripesPW! P1aI sa1 Colored : ? Rso V :

n, to' be distributed due wdiwof which will Ix- tl .j,[ .,),. 10 pieces Fancy Tweed, ; Cassimew, a IWasfa S414 1al V 6V
DR1G my teerrR7[ nWnce, from the StaU, given thronglKnit the United Stales aud the Oamdas. TS at all Crnra' WfeU ippl 5d.w'itU fraJi Gro/jcriea,sol Provisions; ; which vsill be sold as hew as the Market 10 N 44 Ky.JeaCspesCiA1M5 mid Hde nut. Bay 'toft Poptxr do.; Mahogany Book Caaea.Wilaut 1Vi

| "Tovnaend is auUjopstsd to. transact Lid 'rIa.I JL will iH-rmit, for.CASS. yf e keep always on kind a'supply: Northern and Western Floar. Bacon Sides, Black and Fmy CaasimereBlaefe: and White Silk heee and Bay do.; Mithogasy high post BodstesA, Jis

)UTii5* in fn 'nao e *it The! t-ctilement, o1( ovtee incTi..Jth 1 00 marble busU of Washington.1 at., .?1 f<0 $1 0.Of K 1avVitfl.IV Shoulders. Lard, Suijjir Cured hams, Boo and Java Coffee, Crushed. L-wf.' Clarified, Powdered Black and colored worsted and Glove MahowfFrejvhjIo.,Walnut Cuctage do Bejg CDprry i i .

ajul the uU of three certain nejroes,lla'ptLa 100 "' Clayv.- .... !f >''v10.KiO and Brow Suairs Black aud Greca Tis. Pepper. Spioea itlall kind- Salernins, Sperm, Ht.tr. Adam.tntineami i Shawls, jBlack, White ad Cefcred and Poplar,IM ao3 low, puet da.; Mafcogaaj. I41ar1orObeanson&64taO.OffiO0diL f

aod ctuliTanil Ferftja. I'orcdns iudebted are -arns.t1j lOot *' V* V Webrter;. 10O 10,000 Wax CiOidIeV.iS''niiM "Fish, SaTiaon., 'Cn-lfisli, ilacltercl, Hernn Candies and Nata sif all kinds Cracker, ?laid Hdkf of afl pnrest Kid Gloves, V 4 l Tr

rwuej) >io Pillow ease and LmenBlack; Silk Mitta and La- Cane eea Ding An. <3rilden
us it may ure Court cxi>uues. i : M T)f titA Oil 'PMnlinp*. tn splendid "' 'ickhwf 0y4.A., Sardines. I"ickletl Lob4.ie. Fukon MAIet &eI Brandy I'eaebes and Cherries, Ale, Porter.JLa. V tSbectine. ; diea Buck.Gloves, Wood .gedf 'Mahtgairf. Yi mr
.. V .*. .. s.V.-TNIGm.V Gilt Frames. sio Tx4? frct, .. ,< .i-lOO fiXlOft1( Mustard, Nutard d Mnit'Durkee's Yeast Powders, 'Cranberr5ea, Dried Dried Apples aid Plaid and Plain Muslin of.Engines and InaorUngt, and Wire CTkk.i *: -, ;, ..,. : _Z
4 *," 47 V 1 r.rt, 'r.IVV.-I. T>..lt* .'*rm,* _'4 f.* t nnj.1. T.fl f fff500 \ Peaches, god*. Pre erv d Quiaoes sad Taraarhula;Ouiraut, Apple and Quince Jelly, IVMBes, Pie Fraitu, Farma allqualitiea, together witblMantiUaa; ttc, Ac. AH of which wfliiM soldUwfcr C-*. Purnitrj ,
V mu'' SI rwiw.1 Plnftxs ni g stinii ,o bnllimithjr l.Lssu ( Iives. C.,ooa, Bronaa, ChocoLate Gh ;ii Butter,
Found,, colored in OiVnch Engravings gUt frame* 24x39 IVmua, Apple V ine ar; Fire Pr.vjf Paint. Puie and Ni 1 WUite'Lead, Fine White t'utty.Boilcd Linseed Oi, Boots and Shoes.rll .. OobertI1S3 llw 41 jt

A PXTU t T.Saddle igs, VioL er R2Wd: inches each.... ... ..'.,. !. .-. ... 10 5,00010f Beat Sperm Oil. Lard Oil. Machine Oil, Campliene. iWder'ahl Shot! ; Kolaee, Scarfalata, SiOtfLuig TobaccSuufT TV TEN'S, B ,and Youth's RussettBrogma, a- V V ---P '

fr'&hto kemt to $*lougta5soine ru dieatxtfiwa >0) KJegunttsteel: hate Eogra inga; 'e' ; dare poriUa, UaspUwry and Lewua Byrup, Pine Apple Cheese, ILxccaruui, tc 5.ys V Kip and Calf I ew .Good*. Lii. : :'k-!

tbe owner will .find tLero St this office, coIoredinOil,4ftbeWMWIIItiMMcMurnentw26 ALSO ok V V
Gent's Calf SeW'd and Feg"d 'pT HAVE j ie..v.J aj Fifl and TTlbtef' .:
&n1
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cabs.e ftfm W payiug tc tli* advrrtisemoLtJwember e <*v..V.V. VT 44,000" 100 Boxes Superior Segars, Choice Brand* of Tobacco, Sew Orleans Syrup, ie.I Men's Kip Ped'd Boots, tight? sad bossy, ; cloth., a.Yests&e4

M, 1854. 47 '537,000 Ste-l (Plate Engravings; from' I November 4, '1S&4., v j 44 J liODGKLSS & SCOTT. Woinen's Rip.Peg'd Bxiteea, _LL of every color, style, and e ulstv.which ram -
different plates now in p>meK>i< n of -V 54 Buskins, 4
d1ima.npla ta meat fissaonaUe atjle osi
L&is, Otis, White Lead, &c anTbwnod bv Uf. Ajrfisjst.Uuion, of rr Morocco and Calf Buskins and Beoteea, short peepav notice and reaeooable terms. ,' I,V V
: the market'rafue1 oftrorti' Wl 'cents to : Notice. L'ttIieKid Ties Buskins and Gaiters, TV
tfiiiVw Olas<;eworted Iii7e1. 'NOTICE TO CONTRABTOB.S.t Copartnership -ALSO-- L
1 .. iJ. .. ... .. 41,000 Children's ,
I) No. 1 ?I' a.b..V. With a good assortment of Misses and V ;
4
OQkegWHt.enaS owe,extra the stand f a tAECB A7TD wELL BXftXCTED STOCK OF J JREApYMADECLOTHlNG JV
tfret undersigned having botizht nut >r- V
barrels L4nrned 1 first class Dwelling'ra'Thirty! ,, Alabama and Florida Rail Road Co., THE Shoes.
I' street' Tfew Yprk eify, ,.\.. 1200022l ; occupied by Jos.'White, at Centrcville, ;
IrdOfl; llnqdrcd and Caitr KNororJi'i QmcK, VTaawMLA FloiiU, will outline the business under the name callable forwin V ,
u'ridi'iglotst'Q'OTe of
garmeat o 'egs 7Ar, Pat, > Streets Neir OctoUv JO, IBM. ) and tyle of Dyrd A Combs, where they are BOW offering Hats aai Caps. Consisting every Aei wear.
pa& dT ralrrti O1. ftfl Ibrre One tcndrdd'and First a such aa OoakOCalmas,Coats,Vests, Pant*; ,*a, -
l Traio OS1, 1 hVLXVpml; VanriA, York city, each' 25x100.' feet 'deep.nt. Ql'AL1D: pr'pna1sll be received at his Office ; the present stock at a reduced price. We solicit whkt wffl be.ditpos 4 et*at.iow prices. ", 'p

s OBirits Torpotine in barrels aod ait retail.fc. .".' :':::. ;. ... .. .".... ....... i,000 2O0, L3No. 4, Hanover Street, New York, up to the 8thf the patrtuuge of.the former customers and others. -1 KSTTS and Boy'a Fasli'd MoleAin flats, Also, a large lot of Plain aixJ FalWy Shirts.CoHai'vUndershirts. '
Hi AMES. 1 Qfl Villa. Sttea,'containing each 10.000 > V Novf-mbcr; after that time, at the office of'the A. R. COMBS, V Drab Beaver If-its, CraVats.Stocks, Hosiery/Ae.Ac .

'!?fl3kerVh1.1654. 45 45I A Njuare feetfi ;lhD yBrbs| !! .jq1. ri Cormmy at Penwieola, till the 13th of December, for B. F. BYRD. U Wide-a-W, Seal and Now-aAlay Those ileeiriog'a thorough out-it will ecdsult tiarir V

-- | Ji ork city, an.fl$ .conimanding rnacnficent ., the'Cleannff-,- OnurnstioK,. sad Track Laying; a W>, Ccntrevilk,October 28, 1854. 8m. 4S U Sporting Hats of all qualities V own interests by giving rnea.ealIaaaUtbeabovI V h: ;r

Just Receired pirSleamcr Pampero \ .'rtifW of.ThCUIIO.VItIVCY( for tie brrilarny ef Bridges, Culverts,Depot Buildings 12 dor. Men's Black and Cofd Wool Hate, articles farve been selected with great eai ,aod wkji. IVT.. *

atifl l-orlg Island Soupd; t'.H.'i... ZOO 50OpO2Hicrpetual Station Houses, and Office, for the ALAVAHA L FI/OK- Tar Tar !! Boy's Youth and Infierts Sporting Hats, a special view to their adaptation to this market. .

I 50 SACKS Wrerpool V : loans of cash without in*. IDRxn.. 1t Ai AB Coxra.xr, OP FLournA. T70R sale, of Tar. made by the Patent Men's Ctoth Caps of all sized and prices, JOUN PB.A.TORZtT& .

jo C&msksSidea, 1. terert or security,4CfP;>afh: ,.;;; .... 5,000 The r-tnlc will be (fivided into emaD soHivw, and A Power., any This quantity Tar eing entirely free from any Bo/a,Youth* d Infats, a-d October l, 184. L43V> :1V
1 "s. F1&ln urns, I. 50( perpetualJoaoa-ot CASh W1UiOUtI-. bids can be made for one or more. Profiles of the ; vessel V ;$
dust etc is the best in fur riggiur. -
4 *| SupirCurei jlami ,.-j, i, terest or security;
'2 *" '--a 100 perpetual hVarmWfew>h rilhoutioteresior Ith proximo; after that time,at the Office of'he Corn- New. Port, October 23,18(4.MriTAUGHT < 43 Crockery, Glass, and Stoic Ware. WHITE & SLUSSERIJV r-

keuMt,, < *&n.4< w-- -6,000. puny in Pennacola. 'rtkk usually kept in this line. Wholesale and Retail Dealer M
10IfkiL 250 pcrperoal l Ian.ofeash wit1iouC interest II .couIItry: U ty K* ltrf] the grading light, and ---- ERY #

I IfkiLVrima.. . or aoeocity, of let) each,.,... 8,000 sufficient provisions and grain, can be bad on the line ; Marine, Bank, Tin, Sheet Iron, Brittama 4-.Ja-W... V 4kt.C3V
V l Iea f eaah ,without VintereM ( Saddlery.ADDLFS ,,, _,
Contractors will
W0iZtSLCSwas..sr 2,000 perpetual of the rcax) state what they will resumed the Agency of tlie above Bank, 'h
13EIULT ov.aear.it.' ( V *10000 ,ndertake to do the work for for cash, or for ch HAVING V tV
& o1ts.; ; fur the transaction of Vniueas. Bridles. Martingales, Girth, Cooking-Parlor and WOO41IS'Si' P 4
pSfl! V 4: ..Keferenoe :in regard :to th rea1eat&keJ.'hs.eher4CL bonds sad stock; the bond and stock will draw in- Sight Exchange ou New York for aale. "_ ''Surchicl**, Spurs Collars,Hamea Carpet V Z; .. : i_ .
V *dthvi..Nev..Vr Orders ieret at the rate of 7 per cent pr annum, payable V Irons and Letb.:: TVS'reee.ivedsIl (rimnmedand in cosp14. 3
THOa J. PERKINS Ag snL Vali Bridle Bitta.Stirrip
Valuable Landa (post paid) with nxMey enclosed *'he addressed V crai-mhoallT to'PsViencoU, New'York, or London at flags, s, )
; for 8a1I. October 28, 1854. fit Sent 43 also Stnng Leather Calf Skins, to, tc.Bonnets. !
I OFFER for sale IO new. nf UaA. >" J. .W. HOLBROOKE... VSecretsy. the eptJou of the ho\det\ : copy cia, __ sale at'reduced prices and wiHdefyosnpMtiina-. j, V
Kme tiO& Broadway N. T.Tbe To bidders penonaU/nnknowb to the radonigncd ----- fur oeUi durability ud ervw Jt)
*f Manama on tb'Chip*}* Rirer Wh -
! of th5 read leadinz.to Merrit'i Bridpe. on The tract aides w>mineueejiWifc tr f.ir Eograviogs mlLo caUlogus are BOW twWrty JKT ceot of the payments will L be retained fur 1 Master Chancery's Sale. fl.ssW: rk r ( (

HUMS ifrm-Town and rmbrarns bout 'NT-.',.,,' i delivery.,. tbe'YaitSful" rrform icc of t1e! emrtracta. BY vutuc of a decree in Chancery,rendered on the N Assortment of Bnoactfi, Wreaths and inside Roofing,Ornamental; H aA for Gotten.OtaiUd* V
'Ilut.r
n. IP51.7 45attt.WiU'im.wn 11Th It i k thMtrtentJon ofthe mdcraigned to hare the
ilire< tinadiw MTM f'tmmmock aud pine-bottom I S dayofOctoberA. D. 1854.in Waiulla fluwera,4e.lie. Tm conducting Pipea Sheet Zia 'Sbeet L-aul, La d p
entire rite of Road opeo for travel by tHefiratoflWffl : Circuit Court, wherein Eveline B. M. McGehee.ia'Coniplaiiant i Work -
editable for the pmdiieUda of Tobadob; Corn and Cot Pipe, Cistern PuJnpa,1 'Shop every daierip ;
t h;"about" tyc (j.6v, ;cret eanad. //Tliert are five r !areji, V and Benj. Byrd, Adm'rAc, of the estate tioa done with oeatne ama deapalek V >*{ V
TnpH ftui emin< tJbxtvlireulQvktloo'wItliin nn ardi CflVT TAIEou I : ; aIo l recelTe proposals for five LeeomotireEcjrmea of Joshui Byrd, dec.M <}, and othera are Defendants' Groceries. City and Cotmtry Merebanta will find K la>tlMraA f ,
,. ; one'of 15, two of 15; and .two of 20 toni pel at befur6-the Court House ,4
er&ge ,Unce U U wJhl of aMery on the ChiT I IK4I.j R Rs4u I will public outcry Coffee Old Government Java vantage to give them a coIl before ]ii>'[lniiBjg ,.rwhere. ;
:MARSCLOTJI $ eachu vAlst, five Passenger Cars, of the IAtCetVV.tjirthe con inth.CityahIahasaee, on Monday the 4th and Laguira '
*>la Ilu er,a atecyuq *a. gable-ly barge*t elai Ha I ( txiLSIIN'sNow door RIO and Crushed and V V
latest vntilatnra.H''Abo Brown Sugar Imperial
imprated day of December next, within legal hours, the following AU ariletea mnaofaetorrf faaej ti
yae so of|U J t, u J beidrn cAd .taml for- ten enelnecd'long Freight Cars. A Iso. Keen long and dewibed lands, situate, lying and being in the Green Powder Tea Goeben Butter packed in salt fJfN.B.best material o and warranted are ilmU t i

hvith lWpt.M.Ota 1ig50( good iniDue-rn ln(' oceuji d by Clarke A SWlnlna5 bun short Hats toV.be delivered at Pensacola by' 1st County of Leon to-wit: The W J of the N :E i iV J of Soils Crackers and Pepper Sauce, Old Winchester tfce very will be offered for Bale. <.7V n njaj. >' -V IV

a a bnqk obiiuoey, vitb oios&4iomwts, ailment of Superior ReaJ V lUd, C1othing, Vor,1 o"f" January, K56. Payment will be made In cash section 21, T 1, R 2, South and East, ((80 acres;) theN Whixkey 1836. Rose and Holland Gin,Madeira,Port other a -'
4J
4 I'akz .huti .J OVU td1' wail ft M tltiUt CloUii. C.sshe Vesin 4c., coinrz -VV .J; D viLLAMSOX. Chief Engineer. | of Uie S E i section Township'' and Range and Sherry Wine, Onions, Rice Tobacco and Soap, cctober2I,1854.? VV V 1

1. e f November 4, 1854.- 1m. 44 as abow,(60 acres;) tbe S W 4 of the S E J of secjownsnipnuu Starch Candy, Candles and Shot, Snuff in bottles aid V
I *in also ae 1siy inUrM ,o tU i i'M :1.mI! t1ii1hvj fine liUwk Iar a Frock Ooa*. ) ,/ ,( V.I j -- non.. -::.i., .i iuinge i) .- aa aoove, (-su Heres;; bladders. Powder in quarter, half and whole_ ..Kegs New Fall and Winter Good (

Wara-buus* sterritt.I3riJge.. ,Pwtssus Wimhismg JIaekt d OoTd aiagJe.&eaated Frock, aod tho W i: f the N W J of section 22, T 1, B 2. South --V and White* wine- TT"vinegar, SIL.wmie T num.> 1 rencn>A..WCider >

Z:1 aan bave a Urgai* MM!*r tV r f rnMi. for BuaiaeasCoaUj! Master in Chancery's Sale. and East (SO acres;) the E | of the N E 4 of section and Apple Brandy, American Brandy, and Old Nee- .DAVID C. mill r1Hs
| t Va* $. 4eUrg,.W. T.IWUat ,JV4ft Caarfmett iW., '
> Fairy :da.i fde. Township omie. Ranee two South and East, ((80 Whiskey.
> ,. virtue of Deercefn Chancery-rendered
iI&iZb Du Ui. a on from the trigs.Ttfcmmgjrw. Wad .
mSi Black ejdOoUraddo B now receiving *
| iittMrwaK the t4th of October A. I.). 1854 in Leon acre;) the SEof theSE1tfsection21Town.ship IS
;day ,
II. JUWAN. vessels his of jail
ClothlB and other osoaj supply aod
1.8. s C&rcUhtfthft' wherein D iiiel Leslie, Joshua Ed- one. Range two.South and East,((40' acres;) and. ?

____ : tw V IV V Fancy and Col'd Casximere Pante' warda and Catlierme. wife, and George Leslie infant .Ute W 4 of the 8 W j of section 22! Township ooe, Wack and colored Cloth Frock and Dres Winter Goods *U of which were Selected .

Sale of V V V V I Black ad hsic' l&eiL*, ,- by Alfred A. Fisher his next friend are Cora! VUthOt11ADC two, Euat, (SO acres.) GENTS Gentlemen's colored Tweed Frock, Sack

Lanfe |B a4s4 | 4BTc |!iteC7'V ivetli 4. do. pJahinnts, and Henry Watson and Eliza his wife and Trims otfvllowi :-Ooe, half of the pnreia! money and V half Frock Oats, Overcoats of all kinds, 'witji an terms, many of them at reduced

Sa3 M do. Cm! daCushttierK- '1'I lavid L. Evaos' and Flora Ann Ha 'wife nre dtfen4ant -' ,to be jMutl ID cash, and the other half, payable tooae | assortment ul VtaU, PaoU Shirto, Drawers, Collars, able him to aiipply his customers either" for Aid cash M ..'

in Chneertiiiv,4ut() hf, 7liutj 'if if11 I White Marsaillcs. _do, D. B. '. I will expose for; sale Afpabliooutcry,'before year. after. date, ecurc4 V fay mortgage ou the Und &c, V .V V favnur... him_J-eerj1jni with a eaB. wyjWiS __Ai_..flrL, : ppn dVCCtAAAAatV

County, w ele .th-3 P4tie1I (lie Cunrt,House door in the V CUy of Tallahassee on 'H. ARCHER,Ja, _
T"t.
tf&Id iniFaaeyA
"i in LOOM
Mandy lemLier, SS: 1Jtldt I 'of-December next witlrin V Special Muter ra Cfeanoery.Norember Hardware.TTWERYTIIINO V
IMdur, for a&1 : A fina awftaneutof SWti OWY !* % Monday,the(4th( day legal 44 staptoDry Good !!
4 1 85i, t *
g following tViidCr4VKd# WS1$1LJ Q1 yji&f-4jusk hours, for cash, the following described lands, to-wl: uatudrjrkeptfa this line.QUNS. tolCracked Al! > 1
Boot,
.taSSsSSSg? ing KUwkt Cotlon aDd ,M ripo vtfi N4IWIta, ,Juan.,, Sontienstisec'aon Township 1, Range -North Rope and Ba&iig. 4 Vi

M W. iotaiiaiv 'W tHvwera, Brown, PiiacyC4 UW( at d-.LuU .Jlread: 4 j jIlose. and West; situate, lyi 1 M.IQO er ,WereVlew, White and Colts I C nb\ie 1fanJ1iercieti.aiIul Leon, and containing; ,one hundred and sixty. ACTQS. I b#A COILS No. 1 Rope, ""Barrel Omw froni 1Grw VV I Ila
** 9fjI1LLanws1 d., .-?0 DonWe ; Turyin *odGlaHata.and w
PurcbliKr 1M) India
'far title I.U Bagging
leaa. to : ,
ps
reaaoaaM pay 1 '
I I 411 whieb me Differed to the public 'in terms, more or V
TflO.tS ;r. I1QDfl $50. ALSO a general tasoitiueat oIllaek1rn1h Cam.
V l l o VS
; and warranted olTtttd iu t14 r It ARCHER., 200 Ib )Nagging Twin- For palt y V 4 1 '
an good ** V
:.iria1 MmWtr iu Master BERRY & KOWLES.l Tn"k : ltd Tri ILa44.V V
in
3 f.iixW4.. V ; ; Cull :and cxainiiir., Special CLanarv.Kovembcr ," VP V
:'eYtIiAtI .1. it: di. 4. 185i.II 41 ;_ Ibil, iS : SI, lI. ;

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___ pRWIpW ST9 w : cb rtVlP. NK\V H'ATEXT 6TEEU JOOTW', CTL> : .thSId1fpsck.LirabsaD4JU11t1, en'ttuIsXng's this A! '
ML1AWTTON &
JL INDF.ROIN } swelllaL.fl.5r4 1nmu. %
: whose failure has been reported vi1, Wbi'e V ce Jenm ootumEis
: : : ft.'KNimtf ii*itrflrUl f fr>m through all.st.th g wlgiStjtBiThitlll Bwnnd this .: : : .1. j 1 'r f} _
qi6iibofbIif
t ; .* citr.'aAo'
-k trdr tn the 'Pr ., I ill brought to; that state of 'perfection: whkh"'renders lui Toew Plaslera pos s the advaotaga| of brlnjr Mrt *ImtnMrg'kio. ,V.Vii

,ir.'iithi 4Wj1VeS i aJ cmului'ti s f.r ui. i.irorMuivfH. V Ne. 13, Soithrrn Wharf, success certain. For shor staple Its great superiority up in air Ibht boxes: l hetWe they rttata their full virtue ADE'BVtVV1toBtaAVMEBjA' + Sc enibITy:124 i- lflPf VV -VitTsI2.

) iiaiHi iiitnuuige of the"poNic ecnrnillv. n* veu.U. j CHARLES TOP & C. over Ui* SAW tiin liAtrikfugly apprruf toKoJxl jndgti;V in all elbiiatei. V ew

t3 fCHOICE FAMILY AND OTHER 1 Au i l2G. 1SB4. 34 SuiCopartnership Hits unperiority consists in its leaving tbe lint cleaner,: 'Thin eWii te.J Pnin xtraet r has been irt V tttenthis .

. a- GROCERIES,, nt the Old SSniiiI rIflr. more uptn and/rte film Jt/io/n:, Slid does nut rut, si }# 1yVpb.IIsiVaiwI the people lu Wsera1, SngnHMiH Rolhe&etta,.
L Kuifhtt consisting in part of the full ii V Notice. break, of tn any way Injure the fibres at the same tinthlh country and Enrope. thai it a almost teed- r .Rzr-T41d; V V

.4. to wit :- IE undersigned have this entered Into time imparting to the lint tliat' soft and oIly feeling !lesstoeav any riling about it Yet there may be seme : //GUTTA PEROHAVai WheelSegments.1..r -
Mess dny a co- ,
; V 4 i. ;FLOUR n oon Si.W.;. Ttanw and Slin.1n', J- partnership theWHOLESALE which is natural to the ftaple% when picked,by band who stand in need of its healing powers wholiate Nev

PorkPickl Hl Beef L.ir.1, niir Cnrwl' Ham inClarifieJ e.anvJftva making the lint from the same7 Ht >f seed, worth yet tried it. Jor UieifiaHewe; : will simply state A 'COMPANYOj ;
AND RETAIL
i .
ml p.wleil, Orsu1ii.d. 1f from -J to 1) cents per pound more tLon when giuuedou what it has done inV thousands, of cases, and what it e

-j anJ Brown Sncara. Black *nd Orwn T a.Pfpprr. 1EwcBXS.: the saw gin. will dokrthmhenIreL

;f 3V 3plc* of all kin-l*. Spmn.Star awl A K or wnrs jKr.

; tms CanIlL t4* $. C&LtU of*11 Ithpl4l. Pepper *nd & MAXWELL. gio from 800 to 10UQ pounds per djrr;,aud ao for a. V IW A VOICE FKOM GEORGIA flj

k Wore.terSfl(*. Capen' Pcb1e'1 Ovst.rs. .SirtIineui, Manufacturers have tested it, the lint is Iu ajntich Reatj V VV ttiJaUoxii* testimony from a'Phgneian. .: I ; V anfezes.
S d FrwrrtiM of all .binl. ,CheMAatp, will be to their friend % :s4MURpcfo0c.2&I8&t"t
pleaded are
< better condition fur the Mill iwq Jwinany| O&ar .'
t. Jresh rail l ( tkfll BnttiT, 4bPIIC\ 8lrri| Viuerzr.B. patron's at the old stand of E Bainanl, ( hth.kdEx1oui Hebrew plaster boa cured me \ ? while
to
j ... anJIp foot anything anj everything usually Ime sie of the Mortar, corner of M urcx* Gin.In Nort'i Carolina Me orf Battle* Son of RU ecomU of pains of which I hare suffered for twelve years past. % stereQkwrat! irSept.3T8U.
During this period I labored under in affliction of V
V kept in the'eating line.PorCMa.'loira Cliuton street; where they will k epa County, and Dr. B. L. Hill, of Wayne County, and my .
-AIO- and sortinent of articles loins and side, and tried many remedies that my own 4% MM
V general
(
V fulj appertaininito several other* have tried the Urn on Short Cotton the uiM 4tured
?V4 ; L' and Clarrt 'Wiuw, TVliisker,Tobacco, their line of buoiness. and solicit the patronage of past season and are highly pleasid with the result.In .- medical experience suggested but wlthofct obtaiuitrelief. TTf&HE8T UetMfr WorldVFair aiJ J Gold lie* V ,

*! Baling, R..IKJ, Twine. etrs. A*, all f wlikb we their friends and the public.E. Texas the New Gin u bound to sweep cleans At length Used your Plaster, and *mVV DOW XJL of Ameriean'Institule awarded for these good V CII31kiit-. VV

ofFer for eae either at wU V Me or n-tail On us rei- HARVARD V JR., Cnpt. John Duncan of Matagorda.who ptireliRDfld the by ita good effects entirely cured. I will recommend WAREHOUSE OF co, 102 BROADWAY and timE sobseribar Lu 6'Q' : Bflhi
for C Aor acceptance as any other G. TllOUP the Jew David or Hebrew Plaster te nil who are suffering FINE STrtCET, where may be found 1 Tobaceo,of atwocted
ounble terms *' city MAXWELL. first two Qihs sold in Texas, ilucan tliat if he had qnt p0' V
Ij'f bt2es ID the cjt February 1,((4.) 1854. C rooeived them in-time to hive Ginsrd his holeerop, it f from contraction of the muscles, or permanent Gntfa ?Percba"G in Great Variety more care lbanJst, fieaec a lot,
in the sIde ,
Vt baric.
will all tlms be pahis or
Particular and prompt attention 'ld difference tffn ?? Far to to our climate all of WLIcb wiUchanta
%.u1t1 have inn H >m 201KJ to 8UOO superior any otter Water Proof Goods ui-llie; ,
3 paid; to the .xecutiIHZ of or.le Of for Inwmess Fanuly that.ppbeA wm. DR.W. C, WIlITAKElt dollars in his favor. ted The with people its virtues
we havepe.frclcdasy.torut. The CO inch Gins ore war rantetito pkkP. pouhdsoflintin Yours and Country Trade,consisting in part of Cunts,Cloaks V
RESIDENT M. W. D
truly WALKER. M.
aod dwriUeK.W.IS PHYSICIAN '
most
enable ui to nnrchaso the sxiwest 12 hours. The 48 inca Gins wiU'dofnjm Pouches, Overalls, Leggins, Cape. Soawesters. Camp Newport September 23.1854.Kew 38

ami at the same time to keep up our t4k by V TALLAHASSEE, FLA. 1Ut( ) to lOO pounds of lint in the same time, with To Meeirs. Forsjthe.Monroe County. Ga. l3hinketaHorse Cover Carriage Cloths, Piano Covcrs. -

eonsUnt wMitwms of New Qwxls by aluuwKSTery Yes OFFERS his profe nniiAl services to the citizens of proper speed, and to run aa long is a Paw fin j and Scotil A Mend New Orleans, La. fire Buckets, Travelling Big; Surgical Article,

.4. sel from X CW Y rk and KeOrleans.We and vicinity. Office fir$ tlior Easof MI case olfaflure,with proper usjg., they \r ill be made JEW DAVID'S OR illEBIlEW PLASTER IS'KOHTH BUani Packing and hundreds of other articles 1118?reed: a lot ( '
V VV
:: f; ask the fatorofnn eiatmnaliou of our BtocJcbcfore Poet Office buildiug, immediately ailjoining DrJunnnry good. These.goods are fre? from tlhnleasant odor dIiair matkuses

V i V $;: purchasl.,5 eewlier.. Nat1i. Price of 48 inch Cm ?200. Fo60 inch SS25. To CAROLINA.MEKSRS. tenacious,pUablftaod elasctienot injured by fatty very iubV but UrwhkbV eI.:'' V.rV
BRACEwfiLl A CO. SCOTIL A JlrAb -
I hare
? : .1. 1. 14, 185 2 ly : been Iron led stance, and unlike India :
; the Rubber WILL
be delivered at the nearest depot or landing to with the chronic rhcnmatkm NOT DE V V VV &
for the last twelve
V
Port V ,
purchaser, and JLui furnished to s ut the Gin runWug. years. COMPOSE AND BECpME STICKY;V are CHEAP July 15,1884. V ,
T The suWibcr takes great pleasure in availing hini- 4.ERitYC.4M4KERE I Oti the 1st of July, 1849, f was an' bad that leould ER and diffitreut frotn V
trial
dave
Cash other Gutta
VV Terms on ten afiy Fercha mftUb In Leos.
self of this to returns mnH grat .fiil IhsuU not turn myself in bed. aod the pnin *o severe that I circuit Court.Wflliam "
occ4S on, k17 A'7 There will be a btnek of these Gins kept tn Tallahasaee this'country or Europe,and
tq L5 fric1hauLl tbeUb1iCCflY for the m. had not Upt a wink for six days. At this time nvrvttcnaing BILL
,
Brick Store
3ite &L with which lie has cn fnvore.!. TALLAHASSEE, FLA, nt the rcc-ntly cvrvpitd by pby>>ician prescribed be"Hebrew Plaabcrj" WarrtBtfcl toStud all dilutes. Male T
;g-: 4. patronage Messrs. E. T. Taylor L Co. fur the sale uf their saw ,
..i4.0 rtii cCmuarkeJ btbosinee.. in this City, and May 21, 1853. 2U (he beet reLfieVdy H>r all sort*of liiaiw HAW in na CERTIFICATES from persoha whd few tested

V inrotirkghe moat cheorfolly reX>nimcl V ill* fnfl. (to wL 'm l io ball( dh poarf rf his Mock fand D. P. HOLLAND, coininiio'cotifin1'! addressed to the Agent at Tallaljasfice V V

J* trak) Mwira..J. '. 13rtwevefl 0-; to hi*
4 1'*'. (IVie4IlI nnl utomed. a bing gentlemen iu every Qninry, Florida, R. CARG1LL, A(JFST.: Coiintrrfiita untl 6(158 Imitation V purchasing elaewbere. ceowd, and against 1.. 'atrd William Lj.

41q ( way worth/if thcirjwufijcnco, aflJ S.1NIGUT.i,4j't t VTTILL practice in the Conrto of the Middle Circuit p. 8.-Tliwe Gins can be seen in operation ou Short flleVgenuiule in future have theMgnatnre Orders executed to any amount, on jjort notJeeCAUTION. / I l.ja, :andKarj.I.ia wife, aftF/easi vsdetjj..

t ll:1: V 1 i A"ami S. ..J"q' V and Jackson and Franklin Counties.jOrtohor2S. Cotton nt the nimmpnwimwt of the next Ginning of E. TA\LOK. on the steel ]plate engraved [kbekb the .-Baseinjitntfc>fis, m"aete of Varnished anU.: r V
.
'.. Octoer 2. 2 ISa 42 If seaa4'fl at the Plantiti'n .r CiA. it. \ir. Wiihiarns, Geu. tup of each In or.Purcbngcrs India Ruobcr, are alrendj being offered iu lje market T1'appearing to Iteof Court, b Et, tVIt
% : .! :. V $ Vrn. Jt.iky. .Jolti Iirsneh stud Vi. F. LloydufLcnii are advised that a mean coutiterfcif of Therefore purebasers should bear in mfo
LIEStBY1PORIU V WILLIAM SCOTT, C.uitv, : (Jo!. U. F. Vhiitner, of Galsileii Cu. ; this article : vii fxi tiiioe. v tujuje goods are stamped with ite trade' mark of tbe tbaSUff, tut within ;hU.it.45t.tSfld th.i

i-v/ I'hinrnas M. 'White, '1' N. & J. IV). Mirriek: and It.A.nuiig. The genuine i is sold only by n% and by our ngenUnppointcd Company. WILLIAM RIDER. d'efiftAiDU 'WilliU, LewJe. awTXirj,' b wtf $5f

: ffirrToiY A7 LAWMONTICELLO \ of Jacknn C '. :J. G. Anderson and! C.ipU throughout the Boiitli-titid no )rdu>r it A tisr. 5. '54. 81 "Km.V "' Pres'C N. A. (;. P. Co. Jesra Hatfa, reside u> the State of Florida, Lot oof fa

FLA. Daniel ]Urd, of Jeffer >hu County, nnd J. C. MGchee, all ovtd to tell it. Dialers and purchasers generally L liuMjdITeVCirSI3ItVV' f f V V V V

f. July SO. 1853. 20 tljnnJ3AKEU }IAt;. ami Cd. R. I1arri'n. of Mslisnn County. flfl. A .llt fl.P,11V ll_,l% llllf flf nnV Illlft ..!! tttw1Uey \ Florida Hotel It it oVcferedLThat the defendant liam V rrl-rl

n4 fl The 1, tier- from the MiUjMiiiuficturinj Compai ; ; will; l>e iniixfl l ttpnn whli a LO'rTICaLLO, JawrRsoN COtJYTI1VV.fI do appear and-answer the Till filed on or belurt tJi '
ore1ic & ATcIVEB
suircuibe-rS iro tiO receVifl : FANC'I pulili1itf l l leI"y.l tjucs t i* ida wf the t.iluc vf w ithlesa article. SCOVIL A MEAD rr.HE notice tint Monday b December next, and that said William'
f1E &I' tiet 1CCtC4 toeti.f : ATTORNEYS AT LAW thin Giu fur V undersigned gives to the, pubJL Lewis and Mary Lewis Lfi wife, and Jets
.. V 1rget an'1 deter. Long Staj'leCiettun. 113 Cl-nrtrcs at, New ()rIeans. 7 lie that h* has refitted the Hotel in HSTJI A
also
.,.! ; (;OI)3 ill eIflI8hI(I TALLAHASSEE AND QU1NUY. FLORIDA.ATTILL Sole general ngnf fnrthe Jstatru, to whom all orders I V MouticelJo appear and answer the said bill on or lntott
% formerly kept by New.
.' :;- V 1flIflVtl to fll tlWiI at audi 1rhes UI of ni CUL IIjUIC4f43Vl I practice in the Middle! and WesUm, Circuits lIuz.oii; Mais. April J, ISM in id njipriiMtliwis f T agilities uiii. t bu addrea ed.S nun, aud will be prepared to receive visitors CapU by J3th first Monday bill shall in October next ; otherwise the.plainant's com
betaken
.. thd KPt0V uf t1 bicrs v V ot f I'l.iiidtt, auJ iu .tiia! CouuUcs of Decatur and S. R I'/BKIIIHT, Esq. .iKl also by IX II. Ames. Bitrnar'l' tt Maxwell, of NovemSivr., The house is bow iu thorough pro confeteo against t tI tm
it
repair and is
.-'a.t V 4llek ready'sk.. E1 Tll.i- I'lioinnGa.. Nash tt t C )i V -
] Dear so
< Sir: We have n'd the few managed as to promote the comfort of tion t>f this order be made in of
: We>.lVit itn OW-ty:irly O'i' .uuti.k. nn-l I POI.LIXO ii.vKnn, A. x. M'IVEU, bilei of sea Island and other Itiiijj nt-ijilo Cotton, ; (!e'. F Ballzell. Maiuutw ; Jordan A Davulxoii guests and boarders. Attached are good stables,. papers once a week for four months one tl.

,. 'F'. tihiee ofihe eJ4rlIy. that i7 nIy I.e fully fiedK 'J1U1up.Tve. V Qiin 3f. Licli you says aa giuuu'J oti your txa Irian Cotton Quinsy Jlnn'ticcllo.KOT ; A.. U, Wilson, Newport ; SaiuUelPule where every attention is paid to horse*. Terms as lit Monday,fr December jiext ,
-V. ,tll % uyr4 tiek. f 7 1834.JOSEPH. ; ->Un, moderate as at other llottl in the
0 4 (mr ; January Gin. any country A Ordered at Chambers
Augnst Is*, Ak ft M54
: the f.ir Lt.utity a'i' % 4Vt) I1 We regret iu not liming: a forger supply of tbi ; 11, 1S6-1. 45 4meoiv.JbnJlurgdurff share of can torn u respectfully solicited. AT CUA BEBA., Jk WAYLESi
V V DAIflP:
10 ( K sit' the II; DcPONT '
vw I
VL1I O'tton to p iss through our w.rks( ; a larger quantity O.aBLESS. i August S, 1854. $1| 4rn.V .
t;" 4"i V tyld U! 4 5rduY:;: AT ''L uoiiKl cn.ilile us to juilge inoic (-'I rietly a* to the relative j AUaclmrnUrr )) Siin sworn toSalathiel Mnnticelln. October 28, 1 854. ly _43 V r
V ; :: Atlt.ghap V
BU03. Bank of
; 'F. IL ci1dULo\V S. merits of your Cotton Gin over the common U CharlestOn.A .
I. .j C'nssman. Notice.
,V S ; QUJNCFLIUIA( roller Gin. ) GESCYat New 'Port.Florida. V V V

p 1 mber O; 1651; WILL continue' to or upv tlic it1ir recently occti- With the HB Defendant and all others interested are hereby ."VTOTICE is hereby given that application will be ..LtMcAT.rW1TtQMbfl;
. our experiments on small l lf < f Cotton
>
! ; Lc. bv the late firm"of O. II. A.: J. 11 l/ulVmt/) ri'ccivcd? we are r-f the jiinion that Cotton Gin _l_ notified of the mnicnccmciit of th suit, returnable .1A made at the ensuing session of the Legislature Newport. January, 18S4.
, I' sI'l? l t<> i>ni'lir<* ill tl be held nt Tallabafl-! of Florida, for alterations and aniendinrflts in tW char V
; $.V l nTS. !M. 1. *2 "" sic Aike1 u1 MtiI 1 WofU-rn Ciicmt. He 'ill nUo .ittcml the terms there not ia an injure the Staple in tliovctiii.e.s of tbc Coltmi and and cleiudi-tliat 'see on the 13th of November, A. D., 1804, and to ap-- ter of the Peufloeda and Georgia Railroad Company, To THE PLAXTBP8 01'> FLOKID1,

!.V, j ) 10 Caiitb BbK o.1 % the Supreme (7 Yiurt in Tullaljiu-sc-e and Jlaiiuuna. necs of the improvement fil.ro, which, will materially: increase the penr and f tic-ad to the fame. Given under my baud pa* Uin 1852.August. Cotton Seed. .No Hambngr -.,

., i.V ,., V I U Qr, '' 1 4' January 7, 1854,. VV value of the article and reduce the cost of Mauufuc- and eeul, tl.is 3rd day of Knveniber, A. D, 1854. 2 1854 3m 84 I'HE undersigned, now fa Mississippi bat song (,

. ID .4 turin .' DONALD CAMERON, J. P. [LS.] JL TetoriK bvmfv ta le
8Ba ,
V Leon Circuit Court- -InChancery. : arame aej fc wi b tin
KiUsNt11 COTTONVPIANTERIS v.4.1RM.. 44 Sm *
However theRe are- questions whieh can be more most careful Planters ib the Weetion'aol'uDprorement "
--
: 'I- ., 10" Buxed1bh.LflOfl.r Fnr aQ by -vvx" o-DEC_ Oii fii oTo satisfactorily settled by cxHTirncit[ OB M larger Leon County Ii oa Works. and Albert John II.J. Giudrat Pkkelt and and wife wif ] o/seed. to dppy! bun with Cotton Seed krg fig

V', hEft i ROWLCS. It (I_ scale, and in order to ace iuplih i\att\ we hope you next crop. He baa taken V great pains to precnrt fix'

.4 V LTLL1I14SEII FLORIDI; tvill be able to furnish huger huppliei of long cbple TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA. M. V purest and best softs, and will engage fo furgiaft {Be1
JT.1: : 21, V KetiWtbhment N in full Samuel II. Duval, Admhv Planters of Florida with better
Cotton ginned by your Sea IsLntd Cottou Gin.V P now oHjratinn. All seeds than hatt tie?
orders will be Attended with f rntor. Joseph W.Field et al) J bef..re been bnragfit '
to the State. Be
Sale. Conox PLASTEUH autLotA'rt o/lhit and tAr ad- Yours Trulv, pmhiptucbe, and V will ddmr'the
Master in Chancery's jtinliig Court lie in I-luritli and Georgia; (Signed) J. L. DAY IS, Agent. all work doue with ueatncvnnd dispatch. IT being- made to appear by affidavit that Joseph seed to the order of the Planter in St MarksV
It. Drve in Ch.ricery. rendcr&! V All Liudi of work such Steam Work Mill Field Sarah W. Powell, EHmi Field, Thomas Newport, during the fall
vrthe of a lJa'lh'y Folks t>.. Mills. aa Work, next or winter,slid win
TI. the m
t. in Leoiifl \\ t2nIerri.r1I('(l sub-oriliera, return to Field, anti Harris Field defendants in this reside *
iL 'D. 154, you Gin cause,
tvein'twt Mill duce certificates
) the 2.1 day of ITT June 10, 1851. tfTALLAHASSEE. fJcaMn'j. Suijur Cirvular Saw Maihinvry, ,attested,as to die character of tb jam-
not thanks *
our grateful for tbe ZL
Circuit COU1, W1aCISII L1e .A.. Thoniii"u Corn.'f. xrKirfi firm KT } M.fsrtVM! very. libornltrnn.KrM __ HlmftiiiL'. Pulleys, H.-ui'-vrs, PIoic'Ii Castuuiga. Brass beyond the Itbtfla of the State oPFlorfda. to-wit: in tides furnished, and the staodiii? of the PT. nfn r.w
) mYi ffKr..ti.rli
3T. Ctttherine 3 Ua' Adiijiitratrixt imir kiiidnt'6 since i liiir.n fi V .lTYtYYp.Y L.T LI-TwT Li Y LILa AU Casting*, dt; aN, btiKar Kettles, of any sic, kept the SUite oFMusissipi, it a ordered that the said defendants whom they anr obtained. The kinds furnished fill
% hare been
; .. will iwuztJef Th'rna41. fl.agner's e-tat liitton we engaged iu the FLORIDA.OFKICK constantly .
1
and
Storage,Weighing S >
.: DefflIauth, I 'iU oll at pubik out.. llinK Business in tlii- will be done bv us with a particular regard nil)) shall be taken pra eovftttit against Little Brown. The Big White.Alciicun tfi.
p }?befor7tbe Courta-rme ilcor in the City of Talta.V rity, and we again offer our services the cnsuiuv < ijoii AT TUB COURT 11OUBE.Jannary to the strength and durability of the work. them, and that this order be published once a week w.ught after in MiVbisaippi us tEe most rti'aolt arc stock most
, : t 4th nt our old Btaml, and hope that our duty in the : 8, 1654. 4 in some printed in the Middle Circuit of ,
bat will
Laesee,tb the biL bidder, on Monday, tIy performance of business heretofre Competent Workmen always iu rcadlncde to put up newspaper supply either vt UM others if desired: V
L V hours Ue following your has beii so dtc. Florida for the space of four mohlhs.- Plasters
Engines
,v Deeeinb : next, 'sithiu It-gil Notice. wishing Seed, can address him at Madison
discharged to
...I iu the City of 'tall&lzu4e. tO-i'i as secure your patronatje and influeucc V Terms will be liberal, and all work done strictly for AT CHAMJEW Sept. 16th 1854 Court Hooa Fluaidsvpaapmid iJOSEPH
V described property iu the future. Very Resp<*t fully.BROOKE. interests trill Uike nolico that six J. WA YLK3 BAKER. :
hiI persons Judge.
Lot cunber one mnioIred auJ egbty-five. ((15.) ALL cash, or accepted orders on Home business firm in this L. DUTT01T
.. tf V : & HEIR. ',cths after the first publication of this advertisement A true espy. Attest:-'-Hut.U ARCHIE, Ja, Cl'k C
...t. lflMk fifty. ine, ((59.) ifltbt <*&& ** City place. Liberal prices paid W old liui, Copper and April 59.1854. 17 tf
September SO. 1S51.
39Notice. I intend ,
ud iniprocfl tberon, frunthig to apply to the Hon. Judge of lira*" Sepc 2$. 1864 4m 3fl '
.. : vf Ta1Wrnee, V
? V! ot.&tindted and seent7 feet ((1O ou Duvalstret, Admioibtralorbhip Probates ft L uu of Couutj the estate fur *of lux.Iutrge William 1L from Brock my All!! letters mtwt be a Mn>sed) ((post V paid) to AGENCY OF THE &TNA INSURANCE CO.THK RIENZIthavB
J.
4 anti thirty tt(13UooCIh1oQstret( ) M. SHINE A CO, Talkbaksee Fla. i7z; beennfc the
.:, -; hrtIJ.n.lMlntlred months after date I shall finnl eubrough. deceased. onderwgned, Agent of the alms oners of tbis
v tJItGS tighulis ut Lot nuwber two SIX present my ac- March 11,1854. 10 Company. y V
said Au thorough bred V Raee :HOTN wsil'
in City. and vouchers to the ELLEN A. BROCKEN15BOUGU ,
for I
V ID the origtnal J Judge of Probate of Adm'x. receive applications and make insurance
' W Inn.r4 In1D1netyUD (9),)(if Apule'yard Madienu County as Adiniui'trutrix with the will anaucxed June 17, 1854. 24-Cm P. B. BROKAW'S against loss by Fire on Brick and Frame Buildings Ggikd.q, Counties V known to most of the citizens of Laoo sod

iaitl cn); Jying at the corner MCarrY of Le\i Drew, and ask to IMJ from Furniture,Merchandize, Ac. having been owned by Gov.Thwa
discharged
; .trets in sAid City, eCarty stiectS eaid adniinistnttl'in. Cheap Goods. tlYEBY IHO SILE STAfiLES January 29, 1853. 4 B. C, LEWIS. as Brown,of Tallahassee, where.be*has been standing;
onBuulevs.r.l ,
ou.tpIlilNd auI seventy feet(1OnDa( ) V V f ir some years. He will standat the Stable of AN
MARGARET r"lIE
DREW Subscribers
.j fret ] Administratrix. eontemplnet TALLAHASSEK, FLORH.
and twea 3 an'vt. THONY MAJGE. 'in
bnuIred Notice. V' or tear Tallahassee who .il1
.tvsltcsS! anduth- October 14, 1854. 6m 41 JL such a new arrangement iu their have ; ,
the dwellings control
-, ._. (I'VtmereorlesS.P.Dd,) business ns makes it necessary todi.pose 'T'HE Proprietor would inform SIX mnntbft V alter the date of this notice. I shall Fall and management of him tor the premi-
Season and
tber.m.:1er,4Oueblf to whom
'I ev IInpISU the purcbai'o' xnoneyeab.ndImfat Notice: V of their present stock of (j
: tw.lve 00oth bearing .4lit ieraud A LL persons having demand against tho Estate consists of a good supply of Watchcsot every descrip .public, tha( ,he has rebuilt _ ison County. Florida, for my discharge aa administra the single service;followfogprieeei-TenDollira bribe; .&Dollars. jbr m1
J.\.uf finn, Jewelry, Fancy Goods, Cutler GUM Plated his large Briuk SUljles. old stand, sod is tor of John Coleman deeaed. V .
scoured by ben i.tlse premisII. William J ukiMO, deceased, late of Leon Coun *, a4ie now Twenty Dollars to inspieji Nuts traded sold will
.r. V1rY ARCH ..ft Ja. ty, are notified to prestut them to the Administrator Ware, and numerous other articles, which they pledge prepared to accommodate his friends and customers VANS RANDELL, AdmY. in every case be required to be paid for. tCe or

1.. Special Master in Ctaucery.Xbt within the time required by law, or this notice will themselves to sell to cash customers at greatly reduced He aim has attached Ufhi 4 Stables, a good Black May 20, 1854. V 2O 0mNotice. tfiefohlqIngfroin, GivC Browb sod J W. tfah2er appeal U

mWr 4,1864. Pedkree/aod
VP'., I V V payment immediately. April 15. 18S4. 1ftNails. Plantation :work; ,'Horse shoe-tag, and Carriage wot It. V q .siityofhistock. r V
'4q / in the best manner and with and months alter date, the oadertlgned adraiolstra VIV
-c:4-: : plantation for Sale. JOSHUA W. SAUNDERS. Adaj'uiiatrator. very promptness SIX .
.
; ; V October dispatch.V v.f the;estate Thomas Mills, deceased late
t ;V for 28, 1(>64. 6w 48 V o V_ _
rpH AT valuable Plantation1 b Jefferson County, V KEGS band and V Novembers 44 Gadsden County Florida will his V
1 A A on for sale low by IMS. present final account S
V" merry the resdefiei of the late JUr. Wvsley l AdntamoM James English & ) Petition to Foreclose Mortgage' -IUU HEIR A ItUST. [_ : and vouchers to the Honorable Judge of Probate for The tboroogb bred Kee Hors .JlilEK21 5j.
mile of Bayley'a Mill lying on tbs !Robert J. Small- f TO Term Notice. aid and ask to be Waa rais-
awe, Spring A. I). 1855, of August 19. 1854. 83 County, discharged. ed by brother
V my Riard
1 frotuMriotice1lOto Nvpurt,ecgaitsing 400 acres, Wood, Petioners. j Oadsdcn Circuit Court., Middle V SIX month after date the underofrned, admlhis O. B. MILLS Administrator.V VVestuiorelaDd T.Btowo,, of.Wiodsw,

t ; with all the te'esar7 improvcroenU about 140 acres t>t. / Circuit of Florida. Fresh Garden Seeds.
of the same cleared with Corn, Cane, Potatoes. Hog, Samuel W.McEI. TUST received from V late Jefferson County, Florida,will) present his final ;Mount WMTmpojcUdlbjrjCoL John Tavlor, of
per Convoy, tbuj'Yorkfresh Kewtl V Airy, Va.
i4 ;; CatttMnIeIftd Fanning Utensil with good bu- vy-Defendaut, Seeds of accounts and vouches to the Hon.Thomas J. Chae*. Notice.TOTlCE Hia'AibYy&Sbe eelebraj

:;.*' g..r Mill, well arranged
; of JflaJ a DivUion'amonic thclegftws this cause, that the Defendant) reside beyond the Early Turnip Beet, V WM. H. WA RE. Adm'r.November be made to the next General Assembly, to incorporate Jonepha andAnahtelMola.-FTa.1 There tl *
bert vl bo rboods fnr DO a smt
the
.... V in one of and witlnn limits of the State of Florida; Late Drum Head Calbogc, V 11, 1E64. Cm. V 4ft a Cooipany to be called the Tallahassee and thorough bred horse b'tbe United Stares.
j.
in the Couuftfv one
.s. LiIth and good 8odety It is ordered that the Late Quiuey Plank Road V
r Defendant and all persons in Savoy Cabbage, Beeswax Beeswax Company* V (Signed) THOMAS BROWLp
: mile 6Springfiel4 Church. wifl call Mr.Waah.a' terested, and claiming by, through,"or under him, tike Lettuce, assorted kinds, August 26, 1854. Bto, 14Executor's

M.qtoTpJttertoi to&jurcbaM wilt*i show tLan notice of the filing of the Petition in the above toted Long Salmon Radduh WANTED kTany: quantHv f.r cash or trade, by Notice. : It 1e51.
: on P106who cause for the of American Globe BERJIY A ROWLES V Withs
Turnip
purpose foreclosing the mortgage,filed knowledge of the Pidise of the V
:4: tL.tt' either oftbo subscribers. ilh said petition at the next Spring Term of Gadsden Improved Rutabaga Tuniip. OcL 21,1854. 42 SIX months after the o&derafgned. Executor of tie ENZI: as above described by GOT,Brown, I eae.
ti
t.Y .4.' Terms e. A1y Circuit Court, Middle' Florida, urxm the following described For sale by McNAUOHT A ORMOXD. Will and ToUmebtof-Ardiibald Bole. late I have raised eight Colts'fresa bin KismfsColts

.z V MtI Executors.S.nttinbsr real to wit 44> Newport, September .5, 1854. of Gadsden County, deceased, ttill exhibit ku account *
WITrnUTONJ property : o.i even thousand audtlnrtw.Bj.ven 3t To the Old Settlers of Florida. and are lanre and fine end all shuthai,1oswL .'flq are
.v2 'AllN Ell. vouchers before the .TlitTirp of TVoJ tn lor ad
the S.
W. quirter of the N, E of generally io color rich
It-kp 0. 1854. : section thirty on o .ti',, finitI.n. Sri.) L.4.quarter, .. ,& '7nn Arneg first rat T..n tm. Wi1 TIIIINM E. ITICIerr. late of the General Land County, and apply for a final aettlementand discharge Mane and Tail Mabooooy Bart, with Black
:':; being the S.' E. : Office end Pension Office, Washington D. 0 will from the administration of said Estate '., They are docile, and UM Bort tv
of the N. E, r HE ,
,' STORING AND SHIPPING BUSINESS, rjuarttT quarter; No.seven | Subscriber offers for sale big Plaitation lyfng attend to all claims under Florida DANIEL Buig perior harness Home I have ater M O.
promptly kecutor. V
Uiuiihaud, seven hundred and uiuo the JL ten and half miles Armed VV
V V V eighty being a imrthofTnllh,5... There (Signed) J, W. DlBHZT.-
AT KB W POET.rpltB E.lmfof] the S. %V. Occui ti<>n Acts of 1842 and 1848. Persons who October 21. 1854. 6m 42 V 'V :
quarter, and No. nine thousand are iu the tract, eveu hundred acrts of as good landau -_ October 7tt, 1854. 40 8w
undmigneJ UU earrios on LbS above buneis,, wile hufidr d and fitly three, being the N. E quarter can be found in the fcjt.itc-300 cluucd, and the were cttlcra under the said Act of 1842 and having Bagging and Rope.r ; _Sentinel copy 8 times.
JL in all its branches. Buildings well calculated furd of the S. E quarter; No. nine thousand eight hundred balance in wood. Oil the premises are Dwef- complied with thu requirements thereof, have not received ,

t' *pa chingwagons.. L. LADD. and thirty-five, being the E. half of the N. W,quarter hug house, Gin House and Screw, with n good cables the iVrK.fr for their laude can have theta ob-- >AGOING and BOPS furnished to regular ease .- Notice. V

Newport, September 654. 85 all included in section thirty-< je, Township three, and all other out buildings., Tp a good purchaser negro this t&iued or attended to by the subscriber. _.I D turners in any quantity. D.LADD." SIX mt>otlraftei? dateiTJmnpmeiitflnml 4 : V aeeotjol V

Ran 'o one, North and West; also No,ten thousand is a rare opportunity. IVrms made Address Also claims prosecuted for Pensions.Bounty Lands, Newport. September 184. M vouchers to the Jbdg% of Probate of
**
Jffito*
*' 1 Hides Wanted i arid fuity-seven, bong tlio& E quarterjnf} S.E.quarUr me through the TullaLaa&cu I'oat Oflice easy., or me nxi *n Scrip, Back l'jy, Jo., ta, oa the most reasonable DR.' LEWIS, V V Coaoty, Florida, and makeapplication fcr'mr d>sebarge *-

: *4 i V alt nlJes, also otter and Deer of section thirty Township three, Rau e, one, N.& W.; the premwes. J. ELIOT. tertu a* Adminbtratrbx of Gwrre .sney. tate
RESIDENT .
500 Pior Also the S. balf of S. W. quarter of section, twenty Juno 10.1854 23 DENTIST, V V -* Ta fl- .J W. V-i
market
:>/*'**kD$1fUwbicb< *thebi1aj A\ 1LSON..OcflWH.lSSf price. uiuc, and theWtsthufofN. W. quarter see.'thirty Hon. LEWIS CASS, U. S. Senate, TALLAHASSEE,,FLAG JA1I'aVi.'w
will bej>aid by two, all in three of N. t LIVERY 14 JAMES 4 jviuurii,1WM. fies41
TowtuJiip )lauge one, < W.oou- STABLE. CoorraJOIIX I---- now In. -. a *- *ww r-
*1Classical IS
V ining in all four; hundred uud eighty acres more or -_____0--- S. WlLBOS.V Wh"Il'Ofl, IX 0 (T' new and unproved pncMpte, with Tax Collector- Sale
XILfl i B less," all 1 lying lathe CuuutyoUadsdeu and State of WILLIAM H. NEWSOM Address Foal Paid JULIUS R MEIERKWashiogtrti 44-&Jx continuom gums, from'eoe aid tots I *
School for
ya.UVJ Florida. '- D. 0. other, without team or crack; leavinf low pbeeiV helodgirieht B Y virtue of the porter rested ra'merby law. I

rpu4iP e bofb[ 19,subscriber,will It i I. further ordered that UM publication of this tut- WOULD; inform his October 21, 1854. 8m 41 of food thereby renders tkswr perf edtIy sball expoee fir.*1&befOTI' the Cbort BOOM door

.. )e ou 1.y theZuth of Oqtobei. tics and prder b rnatieinevkne, public newspaper V V_ the public lifWikeland Tvetoribv the original_ aoBfattr of she faa, Pt Madison oo UM second Monday in, .April> rt;; t&
I f, IV W. ESTONEl'1'CS. priuted in Middle: Florida'one*V every two weeks for thathemayn1wajabeftuItit w ae to defrdsteetiOIL."-mrm 1O51iWII4I45BI1Sifl following described lad or so mtttb ''tbertof 'aa will

'""October 7.1184.' tf 40 at least four mouths before the first di y of the next tbe STABLE opposite the Jail, ready to accoumo; Great Bargains at the New Cash Store* Middle Florida- *i Pull 8ta.-Tbo 4'wkinf jell wry the State and county tax doe thereon for tie year

-, ., VV4JV V V Spring term of said Court, A. D. 1855.; date them with Carriages and Hones.CSP Setts can obtain aU:Dteamryr information by letter. 864, rnttbe tt maelda3tttJsM1.taiv; The

fttw 6o.dSI Jitw Qeods1,1 J. WAYLV25 BAKER, Judge.A : Horses kept at Livery on reasonable turns.t5jT [One Door; South of G. 4Meginnits..] He will warrantteeVery taatance?satisfaction, and forth balC citha Kthw.qwew.1 aestlisi is1

4 WHITAKEft*" reoeivin, per brig true Copy-AtU t: K CL LSTLU, Clerk. Yadaut Lute aud Feed V formehtd fit Drovers -It/rn E.M. FRALEIGH takespieosure to'infam. rweetoauitUff'tiae' *. .TurmaCaab,or wbea called fa towrabjp one North, &ngf n a Eaal.yorproUto

I BETTON: ton, a geoerul assortment of Goods,iu OcloUr U, lb&4. 2m 4iu 41 with houses and Mules. V V V the citizens of Tallahassee and vicinity Chat the &' belong to Jobn Patt i* ,r r
'JVtJ5 V V lie will exert himself to give satisfaction to lis patrons is Dow } 1II Winter styIesTi1VV Notice and solicits a share of the Goods and ____ V ,
1ekLttzrb DoeoIii, IrhIiIinn. -. public'custom. :a bugs assortment EmbroideriM atra Tax Assessor and Cfl.Msa. O- |l
; Icy FrenCl3 Cassimcres WeWsud lJr'n Domestics, ALL persons, creditors, legatees entitled to distri Tallahassee, August 26, 1854. 34" V Laces, Indie's Dress Caps.[ *also'latest styles of Head V ''Potatoes, Onions, ,4o. October 14.18 & 6n t. 41 '

::3 Fsvey.TweetU, V Dainask Skirting, or olhurwii iuteresUxl in the Estate of sesrCapes, te. At 'Keadj made CloUting of every received pev at aiosbin>Pampero frs New V VV

r K.s.ck7VJssz$, Aborted; Fluiiuels, Elizabeth, Miller, late of Mad won Couuty Florida, deceased COFFIN &. PJtlNGLK, deacriptiou, a No.l aasortoicntof Boots aud Shoe JUST ,*10 'bWs Irish Pbtatoee,5'bbttOnwos.. W11110VQTk1,:

llaid Unseys Carolina StriPe| ; are hereby notified to exhibit their claims and : V c xt B hats and Caps. also a fine asaortineot of Jewelry and irate OuIoti4 S KegPrim/ Goshen Bottv,*1 fsr Boxea vxwroxr,. LQ&ID.&. V

Itntad riannels, Mariners dCroiua demands within two years from the date hereof to the ,' other/uncy article* too numnroiu to meatMOmy" motto Extra Cb ose.; /All ngvod order and fcr Ml*bV etablishn14flti..aw inVj VtT'fflS

Oprecdo.. V V ) PlaiJs, undersigned, or tie same will be barred; and all pcr- CHARLESTON S. C. twiug. -Large sales and small Prufita. Remwnber 1 J.V BRACE WELLViaV orders will be attended to ith'V

Blue Denims, Ctiutou FLinucl, eons indebted to Iho said deceased, are requested to ANYconsignraei.tsof LONG and SHORT STA this stock M entirely new. : t.beeV1854. (41; > ,- aU work dsnc wits

.4 Drills, Bed Blanket. ,VI make immediate payment to other Produce, will meet Oebober ?, 1854.! 40 V V AU kinds of work
V V V MOB
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Blue lied A Ufa Blauk'U JOHN L. MILLER with their best attt'ution. Reference ol Notice. V
Administrator. can be hid
FaneyOalieoes, V Qiao "
V I *** Sager V Mai, cliieeIv 8eW 1aestsefly
} $. Neeru BluiikeU, MaJkonC. IL. Mad. Ce, Jiov. 18/54. Sm 46 JAM iumcy EH N.Fla.September LirseoMB. Madison County, or 11. E baa) New Books, &c. UE UndersIgned. dministratrb of tb* ealate of Shafting, Pulleys, Hangera, Plough Catiogs.Jn8fl,

4'. Printed elysle, White Oeorgi4 Kerseys, Middle Circuit of 1'lwida-Is Leon tuctul Court. SO, 1854. V NOW receiving from New York a large and care X Joseph A.Ulro rkUly iinnit L oa Coun Snear Kettle*,ef nf krpAU

V Aswrt Uoaieryf Uvurgi V 1'1Uas f George N. Huir i Jaiuci 8. Rust,)] 89 43, selected stock of Books, embracing every \J, gives notioa ftoall yirtim haviof damasxla afamut OU bead. work doae fa ansi aM estaVm
V iil'i W *-rn"y wa* of Literature and with the stock band aid estate to them to UM liabmaits ti; o .
b
Partners ttodiug Ac, as Heir & ( Debt by AtUcliiiu department on present adnianlnsriz. or ,*i* iwrtfaibir regard
l JUrioe. tJlarts, V t vi. I'meet For Sale. a larger ai>d more varied assortment than baa ever toMiOILTjBloeker.ksr agent, kbth. time pn>- $o.th.4th and d.rabiblyeqth. .

M 4' Draws, V V Joseph A. J. Roney. J 9 A A GUNNY V BAGS suitable for pMcing Cut- been offered to this coramnuity. Blank Books of every scrib dbylawerlU *) ic tw U be.pe4i bv; LOompe''enncViU' Wesias. Ii ais tepill VP

'rS Kapkba, Towel*, defendant and alt othcr persons ioterc tcd t\J\J tot HODOKISS i SCOTT. she end Ruling Station.crVf tbe.' best description.Baokera .- and all those indebted an rsqMMadlsvatetepkf mmtinmediately. ? IL

Vt: ? *., fiewtolt DiapeK: THE .Ufce'notke'bf, the iustitutioa of the 'aboveentitled' August W, 1854. ; V 88 Cams, Port Folio uvelppea.Bu White sod ., V > t V. 7 *. be Ubefd, lad all wertt.**.trktly*'faabes
&t tbe Iuwe.1 price, for cash or*nnrw.rf ,&twn,lbid different sod Tissue Pa- MA.T ULMEB this
salt by .dnriuut, nud they are lierebyrequired ausea Drawing I .. ft it
ereSata Stor onB.dwrnortb wf Mowr.. ug.klss'k to appear wid"plead to the declaration filed V Notice: rCAI ryIJthogr!:,puK>aod Oi1PainIiog.Baley'sGold 1 By LVTDk.wi4.M T&hI-I-iujs &t )iV3 ',

ooU. thtreiu1.l&flIV, Zth November. 1854. JIV THE co-partnersliip of TUNNO, PINCKKEY 4 Pens, with or w.thoutcues. Mavoard A Noyes, i October 23-1854 8v 4* V

: V o ; 1854 40 VV 114 VV V HUUU ARCHER, Ja., Clerk baviug dussolvedj the aulecriber willcuotiuue Harrison &1Uockwood Black and Red luk. Also a 4 V

I Jt-41 V I November 18. 1854. Sin 46 theFACTORAGE V VV largo variety of Fancy Articlea.. V VV V Land for Sale.
MILES 'WASH ;& 'CO. i V"I AXD CODIISSI05 BCSOESSou JOHN McDOUOALL. ; ,! ,:
; Notice. October 14,1654. tf V 41ForGNUe. V V T WILL s n #1y pbioiation on Urn* that an ten1 -
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4c. I Lis CWB aooouat R. Q. 'er'V
*"" V V PINCKNE Y,Jr, enable and wootnmodailng to the porebam; It

1I/OULD inforw tfcoir fiieo ls and the |putiLit%-:that I A LL persons indebted to tbe undersigned by M- Office, No THOoijirjaciiL WJUKF.REFERENCES. ---4 lIeiInJelereqnOoimty; Fla, eigbteeo milee East *f
_roouut 5)V5 rifU t d to forward ;
< eome imniedisO
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of
VV they l have on band .d u *.rtaisMsyof' aiich.liiclc. TalUhaasee,hi the nelgbborbo.d Waukeenah.) It
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U are genially kr pt j4heir lies .f unm, ly afcd* ttl i ulier kycwsh ur uoU ; ,M' IMI boskokluut small Farms (o Wakulla County, containing is choice land and Iu good repair,with two hundred RIJOOrRoLq TO, CSNTKR it co; V'

and will be ,'tesiviigsr&a1Iy ti-b sunpUti. Their aud. U aoq.t1uo.Li.iliouLssib1e. "JOBLWlS : : i> wwi- ;. I3aa&RA1 Jb WM. JOMN Faitu d Co, FOUR 8J acres each with good dwellings anti out and sixty acres cleared. Land buyers 'come and see GE3EEAL,

(ioc'5rfl( MATTIIVUEa Cs. LOOMS ou the same. Enquire at this office. fur vout1'el. ANDERSON PEELER.

teuuI TaiIJMAP3th, 1* 1 Ctj.jt&iTh:. l Itti V J Ctallc-toti,ScpU-uibcr: ?, IfcJL 3 Oclvtui% l1 V 1531. 11 May 6,1354. 13 tf Mayt3,1t54,, $XVV


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