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Title: Pensacola gazette
Uniform Title: Pensacola gazette (Pensacola, Fla. 1830)
Alternate title: Pensacola gazette and chronicle
Alternate Title: Gazette extra
Gazette
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 57 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Blount & Aitken
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla.
Creation Date: January 2, 1833
Publication Date: 1830-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida and the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 7, no. 29 (Nov. 5, 1830)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1861?
Numbering Peculiarities: Numbering resumes with new ser. vol. 1, no. 1 (Mar. 12, 1834).
General Note: Editors: P. Neufville, <1833>; B. Wright, 1834-1846.
General Note: Publishers: Adam Gordon, 1831- ; P.M.S. Neufville, <1833>; W.H. Hunt, <1833>; Benj. D. Wright, <1834>; John M'Kinlay, <1839-1858>.
General Note: Printer: J. M'Kinlay, 1834-1839.
General Note: "Whig." Cf. Knauss, J.O. Territorial Fla. journalism.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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GAZE' l'L. ilion 'has assumed in this case, by clothing In our colonial stale although: dependent 1 be admitted that :a Slate may annul an stitution ? If (t.i. should be the result of .
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I),'".\ ACOLA ilirlf with Slate authority and the deep OR another power, ..e't'r) early unconstitutional.', or one that it deems your deliberatbns when providing for the w

-udltt-- fed- ij, I' .v 1 .Ira JuD.cnl rlht. States intrrnt. thirli the people of the United considered! ouiselve: as connected! Ir commoii I such, it will not apply to the .present I future are yea, c.n you be ready, to
p.Wu-kd- --- --- --- -- mu>t all feel( in I preventing a resort interest! with each other. Ii'a!;ueswcie I risk all that .,bold dear, to establish, for
"PUll F44r Dollarjtr! uiiuuiii, 1.3)aLcID losirongrr measures, *hilr there is a formed for common defer.ct, and I case.The next objection is, that the laws in a temporary. od a local purpose, that
adtsnce. in-rrtcd at thrale, of *iAtertifm ., hope lutany thing nil I beyuMcd to rca- before tlut Declaration of Indepcjidci.cewe I question operate uurqu.ill}'. This objection which you rand acknowledge to U desj .
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Hollar! | f., rn Ltuitren Iii.$ ,."or Ir-s fwrtl.c ,first, <.undrenionsiranrelperh.ipHIeniand; vere known in our aggregate: diarac- may be made with truth, to every 'law j I truclive and ewp absurd as A general provision .
and Fill) Lrnt f..r all nmcrrJiiij: '"t.'rtious. and u II|| ceitii:i1v. justify a full exposition tlV AS TIIC UMTI t> COI.OMKS: OK Ajl.HI?.,\. that has bet'n or can br .passed. The / Carry oat the consequences of
Tbi |I.al"'r| |Ia iil li-lie. iLe Laur U.e Uuitcdw't'4 to S. U. and the nation oldie views I rntcrtaiiio That impm I.anl step was take i oiutly. wisdom of man never yet contrived a 'this ri&ht'elt I in the ditfeteat States,
.,y ..,it.,1,'). "t'tJIlf' .ta thin, important qurslijn, .is well) \\',, declared ourselves H nation Ly,joint, 'y.teni of taxation (hat, would operate withperil and you must j rceive that the crisis jour
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1 he r>|M-r i* i"1'l; .1 rry HI a .j Miinrt cnunciatinn of the CUUrsewhits not by several acts, and when t'?' trims cl eqiulity. I It the unequal opera- I t conduct prcst': at thij day would recur
h any K-i;>e of duly dill irquiromr of our confedciaiiun! were rcductd trform, ion of a 'law makes it unconstitutional I whenever ,ny w of the United States, '
rKOCLAMA I I ION lIu'l'd to (put !Hie. I I it ir-ii in that' ol' a solemn Icagur I.t'1 several (J and K all laws of that description may beabrogated 1 displeased any the States, and that w.
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j:y .11/" Ii' JmJ.n"11*.. < Tht-idinance is (founded not on the 1 States by which they agreed ihx lh-) by:any State for that cause, should I soon t," e to h: a nation. I
'flf *. mdrfrnsblo! right of rrsistinacts uhirh i, would collcctivily! 'form one n.tti t 'br the I i ;hen indeed is the Federal Constitutioniinuoiihy ,I j The ()rtin.! ..e. with the same knowI I
in['TIIIn! { E.\: >, a l'ol \f'III..1I asvm- ales j'l.iuily unconititutioi.ul anal too III'I purpose lIf conductm1..' some r *n dolii of die -lighted effort for it* prc- ledge of the fe' 'e tht: marks a former I
Y Y ,,1..1, ill tae St .h' .. South. (;..lIu1i.II. pr>iVL- to be endured ; but on the sir!nt", I llslt'tcsC""frltaa Bud all ;.u.c.,;.. i; '11.iuns.; :, UI\U: i.JaI. \\'u have Ilill...,... r..!ied u.. u wLjc.iiuu: ; : -ia' J"*. *..it v..e proceeds of J j
.'. I h.". jl r.1 -Hi' G''tli; ..H* 1.y wiittMflu |'t/.iliOH! tl,:.u or)' CHI" Stale may not (111''lilcchjie l\ j,, I the! ill. lIlIn1l'lIt formi-;! that| union i isfomid a* the. 1''rpt'lualbunJ of our \;"nion. Wehave :1 the tax wil IM unco.uiitutionJy| applied <
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v.'... '. ,t., *' It.ii II'.' *t'a'' "ru *'.* work ofthe: are If this could be ascertained with u>.rtainiy, ) i ul 1 .11 is! nl' the ( ',It'11'SS of .I.! .: United J iht Acrntioi, Ihai I do'uiih Slate 1t1.all..Ii.lo L tl.o deti'rniiiialieiiiot .
'- dry mny I ry ; sfn-blrd .. Jum ofthe uat.nii. We I.:tu the oljt-ction would with mom! propriety, i t
St.+u'* puiptiiiiiif to be 'law far the Illis( cuIri'i tf'UII.\' the Constitution; j I Connies;': on all tj-estions, 4hich by that trust lc..cJ to it as to the sl.it anchor til u.irsa1'ely' .Ibe reserved fur the !law s so Optlyiog.be .j
jut1Otic| ; tlf tfmie and in.post t.u the im that. tin- Inn riinsiniclionofili.it, in>tru-1 I confederation: shosld le :tidjnntU lo in the stormy lime.s of conflict with proceeds, but surely cannot b. urged 4
pull aIlU"' ed" l 'mii commodities! ,..ulll) \\' n.tiii ;pi units a Slate to letair. IN place in them." i ja foiri" n tr domestic! : (o"%. "'0 havu ;: itist the laws levying the duty.
bII2:' '.c'lfill operation .-.lIla "...,ci v. thin" the I 'uiiun, and yet b.! bound) by no other 'l.l1l'r the lOliffderatinn tli n, no looked to it wtfh! sacreJ awe as the paljaliiuin '' Tinsc ale the allepatrins containtxi in
the Uini .: State*, ami morn! i; ;en-illy, of I', lilt'I s linn tii'.xc it ir.-iy thno <* to Stale could Irs.lly bimul .1 tlecisio'i; ol the of our I'heities, and with all the soi !'I tin Ordinance r'xammc them seriuus-
tttO HC, 'llT lilt SaUlt' $pnipn;> j> SsCd Oil it.tMJn.i I a\ i-iin>titutionil. It is Inir, ('onzrrss or rrfusc, to submit In Its executiun ;i It-miiilies ol .l'IlliulI,: hale jdeilmd! to each i I 1) my fellow citizen*,-judge for youuselve5.
tin L-yiht'f! M.ty.lN.'s! J'i,d on ilu NIIInl \l:>t\. I4t1,1 t l( lh.it to justify' IIi,i, ;ahrcp.itiuliut : ; bu no provision wa> m.i-it to en* I UIIII' out 'lives ai.J ti'-W111111.S heir, !nJ our I appeal lo you to deteimiue
July, 133.!.' ** aii'iiii..uthunwl !I.)' the law, it must bt .patp.ibly! contrary Intl foici* llii'M* u'l.risious. Conyres; iiMihiequi titaI'a'ist't! | "hi;'pii.ss herealtnr in its de-I I whether they arc so clear, convincing,
C'oi.Miiuioii Ut the United ''ites, and 1 violate *! CoiKtilniioii : but it i i1 evident, that ilions hut the were not cotnj.lu\J with [ leiue.iiid. I unppotl. Were we llai-16l..t'II.1| as to leave no doubt of their correctness: ...
tu! tine :,neaniui i..1! inn n: then of to gitt> the light:; ol ie and :11udl and ,(1.1.; .:t.d r-) l-iw," cur: indict.: on tin 44.7.4l,1)l'tfPl1 Nite or IN t..1 1 riphi to decide what U,,> deserve] ti.it no iiM-an)", id. collecting<<: rex."me.: .I \\'.: ( uur t'fvonoli paid to thu tr/;'t- )! destuuctivc course which you are directed
ntficers ; .III I I'J il.e ....,1 lliditi.n, ', it i> ih natter, ijl to ui\c i the ponei ...I'I/' iill"U i\,. I lut! the defects! of than touts drraiionneed ,I.' cheil', i it'fl'.rieIal, clumsy contrivance,1wlurji !I to (purue. Review these objections, and
lurthfr: iic.Linl! in he un'.I""II"r' ( any of, ; I.'vl| .-l For, at! by tin tl' 'Int 11111"* tletutled. Under<< its oj.er-: I i.1a.t ibis new doriiine would iniLn it f l\\i the conclusion drawn fiom them, once
the toiJMiieied' anii.! riie ofihe Sate nr j jof there i is no .ippf.il.tl'e! reason; illlt"l',1! ':: t.\. n we could U' 1IClh' be culled .. n uiun.U lid ut 1'il'/Ige! oursilves |tu ihu %.IIJli'"rll.f: chore What arc they / Even law then
ll.c United Slates to I'Hlorcn' ilie: payj j I I litSli.ic, 1-0'\ in (L.iJ, must ;l'If'\ ail. 't' had: neiihei it n''eit.t( I iioum nminsideratiiMi an airy nullnu?, a bubble lh.it must be for raising revenue, according to the
ir.eM,t of the duties bubo,( tl bv the said: I I fit should bo said that iublc:: opinion i is ,"' uhioad. Tiii: state .,f. Llow n anrav b\ the first breulh of di.nfl" c- South Caiolina Ordinance may be right
act!!' wtihin the saint :-1..11', and t that it isllu :, a sot ttil'et; check agaiiut; the .those ol lhiipourr ", ,limps could not he endured and.. our pret'lil titan / Iti{" llls sell ilcstiovinv', visionary 1 fullly nnnullfd unless it be so Imned as
tin! 'v oll the! Livi'laiuie tit p-iv k MichIITVS it nn} be n t'.1d 1,) it n nmsuCUrirnt ,happy Constitution. was loin.d, butii'Mfid theoiy, lill't IIII, f.i the piot.nm'lsluiesinen i' HO law ever will or can be framed. Con-
i It" mtv 1 be w'n''s.um sits' : fun!) c.!- : ll"'lltt.,1 .. ? guard !irniiii: tl." ;,.IS- in vain, if this l-tljl iluctrire: pie- the exiitfJ p.itiio, 11) q'ho"l 1 I cress have a right to pass laws for raising
fi c' I" lite said Oldhiaiirr; ; .age ol nn 'nuunsiituiioii.il Act h\' ( 'on- \ ail,;. II".." fotmt-J for impoitaiit tlb'e'ct j| :!hu t.+.: k 1'1' t-.jiuMtuiional let'ormv.! 'j" 'revenue, and each State have a right to
tati t1LAG.t: ". lay, ttty s.fiJ O..Jin.lllrr l.Cir'I line is, hoHevrr a 1I!,'r.lilll II hit( are announced in tin ,pteamble; : f'lIlaU\II'J! t Di.J the narnt* otr..h- | oppose their eu'cutiou-twu rignisdirect-
if i. luilinT' od iint'd, I.!...' in no cage olla I tin,i..l.-t! rae; which mikes! the alumni'power .iMtlr in II..' n.tine M..I| by liar authority of mgtoii .I.ICliuli. dud the States deliberately r! ty opposed to oach other-and jet ia this ,
J tsr: eq.< tat tli iidcd: nt tl.n. ( ')-'II't "I l lS tit a tit lt, more iiidrfcn.ihlr, HIM! fie people ol' the I m'-J Slates, :l.o.sehv'.lei I r.itit.. such an ano.n.ily in thf hi.*OI \ .ibsurditysiipposed to be contained in nli*> ; JtI.
.id Stale, U 1.1 lent *,;..tll .,.. tlinr. n III !' M !lilt II duce notjfxist in the olh< r. 'i ni .. fiiiii't-.l", ami whose ccnvruiionsit. nl ful.dalln'tital. lesitlat.nn 1 io'u: civ I i 'trumcnt drawn for the express- purpose of ': .
qU.Iln: 11.t' .Iuli'y "f th'. ".,,1 ( .- 1:111 Iwo ttppraU !rum ill" on.oiiflitntinii.i1 '|1'luu\.1 The most impoiiant; ;.'ii*,n" not muiaken. Tdu letter ol this C Teat instiumcnt avoiding, collision between tho States and ... '. '
I! hat' o: of tlu nets, ot lilt, 1 1.rguKitnrelil { Act pted by Conprrs.-'ine tu th* .J II :Lest objic'+, that which is placed ,lirsl is free fiom, ,Iii, lailicnl ault : I the central government b1 an assembly!
n...}' be passed! I.. t-ive it tiled, orolU .ill '.'I\ ih other to the 1'iopl -, and J thr in liiiik, on which all llu t.thers lest, i is, its laugua. directly coniraa.cts: the imputation < of the most enlightened statesmen aDd purest
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'i said I iwjk ut the' Linted States, n"i apeI'111 'Siatc Theie i is no appeal hum' the "lifjiiru a nturc I'ttfitt lI"i.JII.u": ". : its spirit- u* evident intent I patriots ever embodied for a similar
I shall be allotted! lo ll.u Supreme' Stale derision in IllfOr, find the pracli-' IH II possible ,hal. exeii if there ueie noe > contradicts) il. JSo, we did! not err Our purpose R
Jour ol'the United States, nor shall; anycopv cal I illu-111'lUll shows tint the couits ill(' press (piovision eiviri" supremacy the Constitution does not contain the absurdity In vain have these sages declared that F .
of iheitcuid he penman! or allowed I cln,od acnms: nn apphcmion' to ie\iew it, ( shistltullOrl ill.tl |laws of the tilled States 1 of giving power to make laws and Congress shall have power to lay and '
for tint tiiid that any person both and l I" .....r tno.e of the Sl.ili: s. u be cvncviTII ;
puipo judge!* jurors being v\ornto < can another I..c' to ie ut them. The si: :is collect taxes, duties, imposts and excises .
atlcint'tin: to take: Mich t,1'Jo'al shall I ride in iu' '.I\'Itr. Slut re'''' nmt' on ihixkuhjcrl |, that an instrument made: foi the purpose whose memory will always: urlt'Ir.w..oJ, -,n .ain have: they provided that their
.:- br |iui.ishetl us liar a contemu of Court. i i. supl*rfl.u.a. vlirii our MiCI .l lI ol' "foimmi u more perfect Union" have given us a practical and as thu)' hoped uti 11 Iwve ro-.u. pau laW.Lwblcb alkali
t '19i!, tin diy, thc till Oidmanctfe-! comport I in v I'H'n tcuns ilrclai, ll.a. than lli-it of the confederation' could be so a permanttattutistitutiunal compact. be necessary and proper to carry those .
j. d.! .. it.a; ll.c .i..lt, ul So'it'i: (',.,..Im,. 'I the lu\s ot the Lniiid: ', iu ("onstnmion e'nsructedby, : lli.. assentbled.isiulsi! of the rather ol hit country diet' not ainx pow*.. tutu vxeQlioninat threat iivnttd 'S 5-* -
: wll iu.iint.im t! e sa.d Ordinance at t-very nd tifi'tu-s ma i li..7.ard ; uiul: that i.u-y will{ ,
pu.acc' of:hit art I. ('''IICH'''' :Iholislungtat c.iution ;illl.I. .. th.it the judges in e\'eiy .for its xi.tenco on the local inhrcal.: severally rattfit-il it, .10to under the! im- I every Slate shall be bound thereby, any +.
closing the poits ot the said: afae. or State shall be bound theicby, any :hi2)t ihc .party. spirit ol' n State, or of a .prevailing : | ie>5ioi; th..l a veto on the! I.ins of the U. thing in the Constitution or laws of any
ot'.frwut obsiiut! tii'2 tl-e lift mgiejs! orrgiess 111,1,,' Constitution 01 lau: ol' '1m' .State< (action: in M Slate ?-Kvery m.mol States was reseivcd! lo llietu, or il> .t tlucouM -\ State' to the contiary notwithstanding.
uft -sc.l I, to and. trout tin said Ilu the loutraiv nOI\\'itllaIHIIIIl; *' And) pi.nn unsophisticated understanding, excitise it tiv. midic.itii| >iSc.iuh In vain have jhe people of the severalSt
polls or "n\ ohti! act ol II." Ft Icral! j it may le asserted without (ear of rettita! who heats iht* (question will jivo such un.uisvver the dtb' ties in all their Cuuu'ntolls-l'X-: ies solemnly sanctioned these provisi*
(iiilc'il'nel't' to coerce tit bt.ite: .JI.I up j+lion, that no Federative (jovrnmentroulJ 1 as will preserve> the Union. Mete- ainine the M"evihe s of the most zc\\' u" ), ., undo diem their paramount law, andimlivid.itlly
her putts, 'P"U.V or barr.,s her roinin t' without. a similar {Il4).illn. I.t,,)'sirat subtlety| in pursuit ol" an imprnc ipposers of Federal uutlmiity-look at sworn to support them x
rce, Clr to etifuice' the snid) acts (.''ierwi Look (fur a moment to tin conseipicnce.: ticalile theory, could ulont hive devised: ihc amendments that were proposed- whenever they were called 09 lo exeCUto' .
i'C tl .-11 till uul h the civil iribunkU I': the II South Carolina toTisidci: the tctci.ue one thai is calculated to destroy! it. they are all silent-not a Nvllab, !"' oiteicd .my oflice. Varn provisions ineffectual
country, as incoiuistent with that 1 It.ncercontmurnce : luu unconstitiiiioiial. and leis n right to I .onsider then the .,o'cr' to annul a not a volet'iveii, not a m itoo madu to I rr-strictions rile profanation o f oaths!
of South Catolmu in the prcxrnt their execution in the pun ol. law ot i' I Union; ; and that ih. 1 peoplr: of 'Lt sailS Chailuston t'ai-io! would be a clear con Slate, 1\tII: I"'TIULE WITH TIIK txis r- ho laws of the Uuiun over Ihoc: of I barn mnjori-y of the voters in anyone
; le wiiltiiencelnilli hol- Mitutiunnl: objection to thtii collec-tion i r':\cG or Till UNION, XTR\IJICTID ix: SI.rs-or to show that ini.dic.i ion, a:> IN I I State ni-iy. on a real or supposed knowledge
tilMt: ftorn all ,further- ..bhgal: unto in -inIhin every oil.vr port :old! no irvrnuo eo'yhl i ':I..>4*,I.n,' Tin LeTTER or TIII: CONMTI- now contrnded towel: .ile'e t It: :Nowe : of the intent with: which. law has
en {IICelC th. I ir politic; COIIIIM 'ull be collided any whcre- fur hll inuputs ii HON. \uTiioiiuin: : nv IIH sruur, have not M red Tl-e C'onMiiution I is :, been passed, declare themselves free
tits lit (1"1'1t'' of the, other Slates, <1dvlill must be eij'ial. It i is no answer to repeat, \t'USoIIoITt.ST: "ITII1'"" rRINCIfLLON I till li.t object ol our levereace, tiie Lonuol I irim us uprralo't-say here it gives too
'oitLwith piocetd to oriMiiize a si'..a- that an unconstitutional: : is no law, so \\'IIU'IIf' 's IOUNULP, AMI DL8THUCIIVP. '- our Utii.m out drVncc! in .!;-.Ip'r.; tn- ; lit'h, tin're too much and operates uueqinlly -
rill' G.pr.IUlt'lil.+ and tlo all other acts limp Ilu question of its legality: is to lie! I ore TILL r.ltKAT OBJECT FUR VIIICII I I source ol I our I Ir/i jitriiy: in IIICt'. I It I II : -hoio it suffers tides to be free
m:<] IlIhl: ,!' which soveif i*.'!! ;II nxiep-! .ideM tlfcnled: by iho S.tto itst-lt ;* (for eciUv \ I : rtt't> roiiMi.D. I shall t!;M-rnd.) us wt hive ircriveJ it, U'l J I II th\t uii ,!ht to be taxed-there it taxes
St.;trs o'HV 01 right I dond ; l opcraliup injuriontly upon .iiiv lorIinteieit ; After ibis &general: view of the leadingprinciple I I I torrupted by !sopliislical! constr-tcti'tn, 10 I i those that ought to be free -in this else
:\ vhtitdf, the said Oidmance p. '* t will be terhaps( thought; and ct-r we must examine the partitulaipjilicdlionof our piKterily auu the Jiciitiires of local it' Iho proieeiN! are intended lube applied 1
fClibes to tiu- |><;opleol' oulh Carolmn .t mainly represented ns uiuonMituiion.il it which; is nladeiu Ito Or (I'rr..l. of S; te prejudices, of pti-onj' I 10 purpose which wo do not approve-in
course of cotntmi, ill direct viola'ion "f I Mid as has Lien !i'.ioxMi there is no aj-( I dinance.I al.ill"ili.5, tlt.it eiu n. ide lo ("il..; it Hut "''C amount raised is more than is
I their dUI itscitir.ensof the United State ,peal. I The pie.imbh? re ts it' juslification on emit, rxi-U'ir.'e, walla: :.:ilii be I p..ltluat.tiil': : wanted Congress it is true are invested
contrary to the law of their CIIUIIII)', .,.' If this doctiine haul l been established 1 at these grounds :-1 llaisuoioas{ a faci. tint tilM'Ifil Sal Us OippOli. ; In the Constitution with: the right of deciding
.ermve (ofil constnution. and having/ 'I.,r :: an earlier t.i\ the Union would haveI the OIIllIJI,'JIlIt laws, although;,;h they purport Thu iun rt'n1111,1'az .11 l \\r .-lions made by there quoslions according to their
its object the desiiuctiou of iho tTniunI, I I I been dissolved in its iufallc\'. Tic excise to be laws for Iilisin u'cn'I"f, II; the Oidiu.iucf: to lli-..* I leas! Ml' that thin 5JllluJ discretion ; Congress is composed
that; Union which, coeval with our pul.- ''law in Pennsylvania, the, embaico and in reality intended fur tin piotection of ,'.tat" intended to I., rai!'r.l by them ;are : of the trirtsurtalivcsof; ail the Sutes and
{.ira' t'J'ivtence, I led our fattier*, without : non.iiitercou law in the Eastern Sta'o, manufactures, which purpose it astern to gre.ltrrtha.eui requited', and the! the piocoed > of all ihu people of all the States ; but
any odu-r lies to unite them than those of he carriage lax in \uciuia. ; were all I be u..conslilulinn.1IIIJt the operation Hill hu uiKolMiluiionaily .n.ipltiV tree, put of the people of one State to
pnotism; and a common cause, through:i deemed uuconstitutiomtl i ass J wuru moici of these laws is unequal) ;-ih.it the ed. whom ihu Constitution has given no pow.
a M-njruma'V ,UtII!cleio a glorious jnde- I II I i I unequal in their operation than any ol. the i amount raised by them is greater than required The Coi. iitution h.ts; e.i\en= expressly; er on the subject, from whom it has expressly
-pU..1t'IUt'-1I1'e' saciid Union hitherto laws now complained) uf; but fortunate!} i by the wants of the government tn ("" '&; ess: the ri hi of i.n,iij! : rev 'un's | taken it a..ay-U't. who havo solemnly -
mvioUie, wbith, i+-rlecletl II}' our happy j jConstituiion | none of there States discovered that they mid finally! that the proceeds urc to In- and of dfjtcimiunuj! the al in it.u public I agreed that this Constitution shall
has ought ns I ) the (4-1 had the light now claimed by South Ca applied to objects unauihoiized by the eii';vnciis will require. I'hs Stale have be our law-trr, most of whom havo ,
vor ot' Heaven to U slate of pro"perily tulina.'I'hu war into which we were forced I Constitution. 'fhcsearc the only causes no conliol) over: the exercoe: of tiiis right; sworn to support it-wf, abrogate this I !
bone, and high consideialiun Nhroad' to support. tun\ ilignilj) of the nation nod alleged justify an open opposition to the Ih ': other llt.inlh.it uh'uli rr..idts: (,UIU the law a1J SM .r. and force other luswt/ar_ ,
rarely it. ever, cqu.lled m the history of!I the rights of our citizens, might; have cn. h laws of lilt country, null n threat nl seceding puiver cd* dlmIII'?' : lit Kepsc5fiitativewh.i i > that it shall nut be ob"J'ed-And we do
Mtiuns. To ,preserve this bond of our I f I I tied in defeat and disgrace instead of vie- !: 'fiom the Union, if any attempt ah..M il, i.111..i- j rocuiu tc.Ires.s.j iii: ., not k-cause Congress have no rightto
political (etislenee from destruction to tory and honor, if the States who suppo-1 siiouhl ho made to cnfoico them. The j CUll:!" ssin.y IIIJJh1111': abuse thi. discretionary pass such laws ; this we do not alledge,
(tin inviolate this st tie of national sed it a ruinous and unconstitutional. mea- I j fire: virtually; uiknowledges, that: the law I -uee'r, but iho; same ins y bo but because they have passed them with
Or And proippiity, and to justify tha5decce sire !bud! thou: ht they possessed the right :: in question was passed under' a puntr ex said ill. others with v.liua they ale 1'I'ite/1.' improper views. They are unconstitutional -
my feltow-titizcns have repoffd of nullif ilC the act by which it asdecla- 1 fred | preyivcn by the Constitution to lay I \ el IM! diifielion must C li..a soiuewheio.The from the motives ofthoso who passed
in me, ANUIIEW JACKSON Prt idtt \ and denying supplies for its prosecittion. I and! collect imposts ; but Its constitutionality Constitution has (j'.iven it to the 1 lie: them which we can never with earl -
of tAt United Ftattt, have thought I, Hardly and unequally as those I .it drawn in question from the pcS"III'lIi"-, of the Stales, fluby) the '' taiuc)' know-from their unequal opera.M .
\ moper to issue this my r It 0 e LA \ ATION | measures bore upon several members of motirct ol thoio who passed it. lluti- Lxecutive: : power. The Sonli Carolmicouilnictiou M. lion, although it is impossible from die
its-ting toy view oil Coiuli the Union to the Legislatures of none cn..pp'r..nt this purpose1 may; be in the ;i\es it to the L-i.'isaluro! or ,j nature of things,: they should be equal
tution and law applicable lo the measures did this efficient and peaceable( remedy, present case, nothing can Lo more dang; ?. the Convention of a single Slate, where I -and from the disposition which we presume
adopted by the Convnntion of South Carolina as it is called, suggest itself. The discovery bus than to admit: the position that an neither the "people of the different States, mil) be m..do of their proceeds, although ,
( and to tho reasons they have put of this important featuro ill our Constitution unconstitutional purpose entertained by nor the States in their separate rapacity, : that; disposition. has not been decia
forth to sustain them declaring the couse was reserved to the present day. the members who a.onl.o a law en* nor the Chief Maguraie elected by the red. This is the plain meaning of tbe
which dUlY will require me to pursue and To some of tho statesmen of South Carolina jcted under a coustitutiunal) power shall people. have any rcprescntatation. U hich Ordinance in relation to laws which h abrogates
appealing to the understanding and patriotism belongs the invention and upon the make that law void for how is that purpose i ii the most discreet disjiosition of the lor alleged&; uncoustitutionality.Bui .-
of the people, warn them of tho citizens of that Slate will unfortunately lo be ascertained tVho il to make [ {power 1 do not ask you fellow citizens it does not stop there. It repesls, in
consequences that must inevitably result fall,, the evils of reducing it to practice.If 'ho scrutiny! How often may bad purposes i which i i. thu constitutional deposition express terms, an important part of the
from .a observance of the dictates of the : a doctrine of a State veto upon the be falsely imputed-in how many hat invtruuicnt speaks .1 (alienage,; not to Constitution itself jud of the laws passedto
Coovtntkm. laws of the Union carries with it internal cases are they concealed by false profes- be misunderstood. Out if you were assembled give it effect have never heea
Strict duty voold require of me nothing evidence of its impracticable absurdityour 'oul-in how many is no declaration of in general convention, which alledged to be unconstitutional. The Constitution
more than the exercise of thosePoveers contiitutona! history will also stout motive made Admit this doctrine, and would you think the safest depository of declares that the judicial powersof
with which I am now.or may here-1 t abundant proof, that it would have beet, vou give to the States an uncontrolled this discretionary power in the last resort / tbe United States, extend to cases arising
\liter be invested, for preserving the peace''I repudiated with indignation had it been right to decide, and every law may be annulled Would you add a clause giving it to each under the laws of the U. States, aaeT
left tbe! Union and for the execution of the '' proposed to form a feature in our Go under this pretext. If, therefore of the States, or would you sanction the that all such 1 laws: the Constitution and
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. und lawi. The judiciary dependent nations, pone-rally, has no I So obvious Arc the reasons which forbid ered! by over production in other quarters 1 then! add, if you can, without horror t*} (
act prescribes the mode by which Ire r.ue sanction other than mural one ; or if it this secession, that it is necessary only to i{ and the consequent diminution h the faIlle remorse this happy Union we will dii.
may be brought before a Ourt of the Uiii-: should, contain a perntyt| as there is no allude to thrin. The Union wits formedfor of your lands were the soh effect ol solve-thit picture of peace and prosper.
ted Slates by appeal wl.tn n Mate in- common superior it cannot be enforced.A the benefit of all. It was producedby the Tariff laws. The effect ofthose news iiy we wil. defuce-tin* intercourse -e *
buntl slinll\ decide BainIIhlt( provision ( iokeriiineni on the contrary, has a mutual sacrifices of interests and opine | was confessedly injurious, but the evil was sill interrupt-thec fertile fields We will ..
!' of the Constitution. The o. dinalh declares r.nctiuncslrre4sed or impliedand, in our ions. Can those sacrifices be recalled / greatly exaggerated by the unfomded the. deluge with blood-tho protection of thai
there shall bo no ''peal-make* case, is i is; both necessarily implied and ex- Can tie States, who magnanimously surrendered r forY I you were taught to belief that its clorious l1.ij:; we renounce-the very name I Iof
the State law paramount to .the Constitution pu'nly'n.. An attempt by force of f their title to the Territories of' :Ii i burthen were in proportion to your rx- Americans we discard.' .\nil for who:, 1
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.n.llaw* of the United Stairs-forces arms 10 (destroy Government i is an 0(. the West, rceal) the grunt t Will the inhabitants '! ports, not to your consumption of impor- mistaken men for what do you throwaway .
JirJges and) jurors to .ear that they' ft'nct'by hatcherncans thuconstitution- of the inland! States agree to pay led article. Your pride was roused bytin these inestimable bescings-for!
will disregard their IIrll\ I!"i.us ; and exen al compact 1 may have been formed ; and r ithedities that may be imposed) without assettion that a submission lo those what wo'jll) you exchange your share ill
makes it penal in a suitor ce aitrmpt relict gush ( iovcrnmcnt baa the right by the t their scent by those on the Atlantic or laws; was a state ol 1a\msalae and that the advantages: and honoro.tllc Union
by appenl.: It further declares thai: it l.i\v of self-defence to .pass: acts for punishing ''the (ijlf, for their own benefitShall '! rt'sitalice lo them was equal, in patriotic For the dream of a separate ;independence
shall not ho 1 luvful for the nu'hlf ilil'I of the offender unless that right i- I there kc a free port ill one State and Ollt.I .- ': meiit, to the opposition! our 1'nthen offered -a dream interrupted hy bloom'
the United States or of tint State to enforro modified restrained or resumed by the roils Ides in another I Mo one 'believes lo the oppressive' laws of Groat Hritain. I ('unlliet."illa )'our neighbors,; and ailV ,
the payment: of dut'r imposed by constitutional aet. I In our Mileni. although :, that .iiy right cxUts in a single:; Male to You at ic told that this opjosilionle dependence on a foreign power. If your ;|
the revenue laws within ii iniiiIIi'ic -. : it i i. modified in the ca..eol lrea. on, inxelx all the ethos iu these and countjlexs. : I le ; ;alI.-mihl; he onstilnlion.dlv leader! could !succeed in establishing a sepiratioii m
i is a law of the I'nlcd Slate not yet 1 authority is cxpres.ly I given: to I pass till i oiier evils contiaiy; to engagements; !: ; made-thatou ttli'htt'rjoy.H\ : xvluit would [be your situation ? \ .
even pretended to h. oiror.Miiution.il, laws necessary to carry its powers into jsolemily made.: Kxc-ry: one must see tlie. aiUanates of the t'nion aid hear Are .xou united' at home-aie you free
repealed by the authority if Iho voter of effect and tinder this t'rant piovtsiuti, ha ', that lie other Stales in +elf ,defence i trine el" its. burthens filoquent: & alppt.als I fr.'I11.Illl' appiehension of civil discord',
;,1 single: State. Here i ie a putiitm i of the been made fur punMitn:; Arts uhich obstruct I must" rpposo it at all ha/.ards. l I II I!| to your passion., to yom Stile piide, I with all its fearful consequences 1 Do our
Constitution uhirii is s') '-itiIylbru.trd) the due .lminilr-alon; of the !law5. I; Tluse are the altcrnaiivc that I are preI to your native coursi;;i*, In.your sense ot I neit.hliorinp repuldir, "" (!rJ' d.I ty suffer-
by the same tuthoil\'. 11 would seem Miperlluou. to add any I seiiletj, by' the (' sentiuu : A repeal of : leal iiijiny, were uscil$ to prepaie > ou for I ink! some new revolution or contrnJin%
On such expositions; ar'Ire .oninz the. think to show the nature of tint union 'I'jail tlr act for l.iisin-j: levemio, leaving; the. period( wl'nllel', mask: ninth c'nceal-| with soui' new in'ur rc.rtiun-Io they ('xI -
Ordinance 1 grounds nni ojy an assertiont which connects us ; hut a* erroneous I I the. (toxernmcnt witlimit the means of edtlie. hiileotis I fealnicsofdisiinion sliou'd I rite your rnyyt Hut. tie dictates of ahifh
u1 the ri>,hl to Hnnu.il ifelw:s ol which" it opinion* on llaie sut jest are the foundation I support ; or an! arquiesienco in the dissolution he t .k'n "U). I It I..n. anti ,..m we made i duty oblige me solemly lo annoitni *
,--oinjdaiu, hut to enfuc t by a thieat,, of doctrines the irost deMrnctixe lo our of our Union. 1.Ih secession of to look null complacency on ohjeclswlr that von cannot succeed. Tlie nws o.
o'sccdilg from the l'..i.Bif any ;attempt ,peace, I nui,.t ic omc further develop- one u r its mcml! "I !>. 11.1en I: the first ivasjpiot ; <.li not! IIMII? ''IIICC111'. vioiild 'ia\e lepr.nled the, I( niled; :State must he executed. [
... made to execute lil'm.! mcnt to my \iew on this: slIl.I'I. iNu 'fl it xvas known that it could not with II'tttar. l.mik lurk to the hair tin di! "cri lio'Mry jtonrronthe MI'J.
Thi! right to s. cede i jleduced! fioni one, ffllov -ci'i/ens, his a higher! rrvrrrnte I he listiitel 1 to. It xvas known if force was arts uhith have brought ton to this !state, jl'ct-nn' duty i is emphatically{ /pwtK>u >-
the nature (If t i ilx*' (C'jostiiutitn; which they fur the teservid rights .f l llir St.iti>>, l''appliedTo I oppose, lie I execution ol'llie loi'k' lorWiiid lo (lie c..M.e.1"| m rslo M lrit "I red ;MI the Coiistilonoo.: & Tlio,.* ul 1.0 r..k>
"a)' i is a compact l heiwensuxereiJnStalc: +, than the Magistrate who nit; m'i\ s..e" ; laws iliat it must |h.> repelled I Iiy f.'I- i ii j'i it mint incvii.dlv lead: & Lonk I IH k xeai that .'.()ll mi:!:i'.i p*.!\cedily! prexr-w
lh'j Inxv pieixerj iheir. wh.de.! over .\ 'w.U one would n> .1.!... < i-.ri r p.'ron i j lirii Cnni'iesscoiih" *. not, ixitlitrit i i.Ii'in: what n :*" iii "t toldnu .h an ind'icimenl Their I I i exeMi'ion] .It-crixe i .1 l \ .,u-thfoiil'l -\ .;
ciijny, and lll.ti eloit. JI ne ....ol.eci.| to r.l..n d siciilices, 01 unit '! exertions, to j HM if' in disgrace! .uu1 tincoiintiy m iiin, lo sage i into this dai; :.-r..u.. Ct-ui ..... Tl.e !! nut Ii.iv:' !.. IMI Ilt! .. f.i ixed i tiemse\! |
per for: that heeau-e they. ni.nii the compact defend! them !frHm'Iul! It' but eijti.ilcaio j; .::ccede lo .proposition, : sir,-! xi ifllns, i i" 'I II CII'.II political truili w is le. e'..1..1 in yon, i! They know. t'ral a fornlde, oppoMliinriMild \
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tlvy can: bath it, whcn.11 their iuu>i hi Ial..n iopiet ut on their ; not done r : 'n.I ijixen d I iy, 01 ii any attempt): toot ) nil had the' rfvotutr t'iai\ lU'htotrt.. !: ..lone p'' exi'lit ll e xeculion uf the
opiuioi, Jl IMS I'eeu deputed It out hy me part an unprop-r into leirncevith, or 1 i is natl.o execute 1111'- !Uvs, tin-: State it i l ll. j i !oi' till!! all {;I'eSStint w ie !prdp.iLiy! tine 11.-1! ;Inn *, aill lli'JX !knox. digit curb oppoottunmust
Ollu'i =Slate*. /I'.ill.n..rn..i" this ni'irv olmiiouin ", ';; .,, of Hi* li.'li-s: II.! ">' have Xe.sleilio l.\' ihi{ Ordinance, did: .It..llu he out of sMtuiiiiit.il! ;and ir.t"l.T.il.ly oj i pte*, ,i\e-il I'' Inrepelled.! Their object ii IMHiiiu -
!? is, it t'llhl.tr Slate pride, anil) ii! "- irition. Tin line I a- not l.eeo so the Union. The maoiiiy; 111.1| Crrll'I1I : was i"rlh,111I It lee. ti-hi! lo tiuili') a lilt ii : tent 1-e n"t d deceixcd- n"I."'*; ;
fiids adx*t 4ii!' in liit hniic pujndii j I ixof !i'liuciy| dnnvu as" I.. in oil) iouLls! in .('uli,," ;a"sernlded for iu! .. purpose. hate t, tested on the. vriie i run ;rj-le) but tint' it''I el l.clrrll'li'i l.y armed feree, is llU: \!''oA.\.
those whi.. luxe not studied ".t. n .Iu. some e.ii' ot thei 'eici-e el! p .wi r. Men t'diilaie'l these '(,111I", or iatli; r thi tejee- {I was a pr.ir-.ble! t ru.' d\ f 'I{11.1" cliu.rier I Are xtMiieally ready' to incur its guilt: fIt
of our (JOVIM nmeni ':&l ici.'UIIV iu M-O .1.!.u. 'If lh<> best intent: on< and so n,dr\ i \ ieus014V i lion ot all leiri's, in the name of the ;:1' opr .., llida, t ixen t.> i', m H'I! V,u leI you are, on the. heads; of the instiiratwsof'ihe
radical ti rot on uhic< it rc h. diller! iu their: : con>trn "MHi of sour of'ouih 'aiolina.' It is tine that litei ..i\' with too .uirli cotilidei.ee II.. as..rr- art be the dreadful (,tJn' '.I"f nceson
Tlio people nf the I uitr l N itcs forn"| limits of hn Constitution : lout (there areothers :i (foxemor uf the State speaks. uf the: suhinivioi lions ih.itiin' mails ol the nrici'nsiirnti- their!: head. I he the dishonor; .hat onMiiMiaax
the Constitution, jictiittliioii 'h tin Si.tie ; on which: dispi 1":0": If' rrMlecttonc.n ,[ of their grievances: lo a r1rWrl1tion \- I,I ""..Iil_' oil l the' l',w an-l. its yppn ..s\e 'lect-. full the l'uui laU'nl-"n x.?ornnhippv
Legislatures in miking the compact, to ; le.ive no d!"'iih'. Of t e' elute appinrs ; t I of all the >tate; ; x\ Ili' fa heays I I.f')' -.Milk., mv fetlouciti/.T..., lliK lt\ the State will inevitably 1.1111.( .. ex"lU
1I, 'et and 1i!i-c.i"" r.& provisions, alit{ aci- I in he the "'11f1'11 rl.-hi: of secession. '**5iiceiely and anxiously frk and desire." 1 I lllIi..i..u! uf \ "ii le.i.lors. ttie ta.nBt Ii'II. of llie conllirt you force upon tho < JoxerniHat -
infill separate runxemion* when, I'ley ratified It lest*, :,* w. vo Miii, on 'heat '|. Yei ibis olivnMU' and III.illl"I,1| mll.ll'l 1.. liotit.lnirii'i I I'e y;. /y' ilit> e | tot'i-isHis* ; but the "'run: used peil .lh'i.'c.1 'o\ ire'int\. of tl-e! e.J" olil.nnini the sen'e of th<> other States I:justify sinter te'i':aice: or ntdliltcatiou! ', cide in the ina-l) project of wliioh loll
in its conductiondio'.v it to I be a :government : St ites, ami j.' 'ir I h.i\ii.g lo 'i'; .! iu tin I ; t I[ en thi 1111'11 IIM lion ol the tederai comI I NVliiit. 5 i.. the nieaninu of the: won! /wfA */ '1.1; nouM be the lint \nim.il'l first :\1:..
in which tho people ofidl! the <.n ..r..iLn capacity a coioput uhich! i.i I I !p'ici', iihd anifiidm<'u, if nei-t-aiy. t I...* /- its ll't' ki li"! in ludl it is Ie.... li....c..1 / citrate: cannot, if he would, avoial! ihepertoniKinco
!States" coll'-ctivrly! i are lepri. riled.We .- r.dlfd) the Constitution from uh'uh, hfciii 1,jnext-r 'ht-en all* nipted I hy those v.ho haxe -that finish is apparent to story IMK*. of his. duty-the consequence
iiro one people! in the' hoi e of. the "e they made it, liny hi\e: the lithl to I i uhii I II no m.'n .>l r wi.iu. ;.irx i ii.ttKi: r; uill fait must tie fr. .fitful for l'o't, distres-!
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(President and I Vice 1 I'le.sid-. (Urn the s. cede. Hot'i 0 tte>e positions ate er- ..: i I j lo peiiixe.. (r" li.e und'i'stili.r; un itxi : ;IM... to vim follow citizens here, and In
States hue* n<> ulh'ir :t; os v I'lan' to direct runr.OUi.an.l s me of the' .uiti-iits in :: tits call for it genera! conveniion lo tl.e :: ilii-M- 1.\\ 1-1.'that .h"'lipiold; Lei :''r.- tiiends' ; of 'tiHl ?iivernment throughout
the fii.idu in which :h:' \t' .'.. ..1.11 I begiven. prove them s I hc 'ii "'n antiil..Itrll. I''other 't.il'-s ; and ( '11(11.; >s, if a siilTi i it'lIl lii'iMamoiii! your laderwho! aritr ..ippioxed the xvorM.l I I'senrmie* halve beheld I ,
T'IC CtlItJiJ; llri. raving the majority The S .t-cn'rally hti not retained) I I nmnlx-r of ilu m concurred IIMI-.I haxe t .dj '- atd! .itlyucheel: ide j Iincij; i 1'h0! ol' o>ir pro' j'l nlv with \exation they, could! i
of.dl oho votes me rhoi 'Mr th i e' 5.. 'f'itIt\; I : h.ts; "hero ;1 j le J it. Hut. the 'tilt Magisirate ot SmnhI petst '... duties! aiisWM the mvtiuri: ; not i ,,"r..II-.1! a !standing refutation :
elector*! of a majority of State*. nriy InxiSjiven : 'h'tun tint in I ccnnu'u-parts ol a nation, I I ( '.irultu i, anon !i.e expired! a hope 11...,, and let them choo.. wheiher they trill of$ their lavish. dortrini's, and they will *,
their \ole" lor one candidate; .I yet :of members ot. a e'.t.iii. they *>uJI'n..r.* **oii a rexiew 11\' ( ."IJ!ress .md the June- lie ronsii'eier! ::s tltc.:jhahlr, II hit, ii, ofp r- point to our discord) with the triumph of
another, may IK I ? ('i..uu.! < Tlie poodle, ,.d ii. my of II. ir essential pu'ts oi .>ttr lonaries: of ili!;> deneral 'oveinnienl ..ftle I II ceixini, lliat liiih must liaxe !had u appa- II a HIT.; int jtJ '.
IIl'n. nil not the St ite", are repiesented! ,' ;ijntTh: *' nthl:: Io make tie -.ti..Ie.d.llc' .'*- ..I' iiietits i of the controversy," such a I 1/'tot I.) cxeix' man of rommon inid, r..III-1 i I It is yet m your ;power to di. : f loin''
in the Lxecutivo branch. wad-o.y! taxes: -I-MIC.M% i'xjudici.il Coiivention will 'he accorded! to them dinj! or as imposin-j{ upon{ your them. Tline is yet! lime! to show that thedesteiidants
In the llouso of h Representatives. the:' rllI"iyO aud lepis'ili\r; pu"i'r'Were must! haxe known ilia: neither ( 'UIIJ..t .dei. c and endeaxonnj; ; lo r.iis.Lad: .xounow. of the rmckneys, the bumpten -
i it this difference, that; the people' of one all of t tin m lunc.i i ns of %.)v* IP'i.i ini nor any functionary' of the (lenerid < ..tivi J In either ca"e, iluy ;toe unsafe the Iluilnlzeji, iI'Hlof the thousand! '
State do I'ot. n' in the case of 1'residrnt II'III i er. '(1"1-' and Vice 1'. .. ilcnt. all vole for the sam important p" |' !>e'. weiu eo tone w ..".. ; \...Mii; .n, a M|t._ ii tie demanded) hy Pvothiids .> ".-".t. iur.it-r! null nil ibis r..ri ; revolution' history, .IU i| nut abriti-
otfircr The people of all the States do L'tei'jn. 'I) he .dle ,:iancu of l 1II"lr citiietossae : of tar Slate: *. Tins !II"i.:i'esiion i I iiinotan-.', ;ind 3011 "iIIl..no11fJ'"' Iu apineciutc I ion! that I'li'iin! to support' whichso many
not volt for Mil hc memheri, teach :State transferred MI llee .h' ti 'tuict' (in theLJovernmenl 111I'n. is another inslanre; of the iccklessiii.iiieiiiion the e.t."erated l.itejuiue:= they! I 1"1 them! foucht and bled and died. I adjure
eli-ctirij; only ilfown rr1'r.'sent'tnt'e. Hut of the United =-Iah'-IIII' : to provisions of the Constitution I nddn "s to J. un. They iirei.ot champion'' I yuu.0 s inn honor their ,mmnory
:hi4 creates no material distinction hrnchoten became Americui eitit-ns, ;..Uti,1! I uith. xi huh this crisis has been ef liheity emtii.Hini.. the fame: ol OUr | txohitiniiary as xou love II'c! cause of freedom lowltirh
they nre nil representative: of the oho 'ience lo the Constitu+n of the. I I'm- in..dy!! bin i in d! on ; or of the attempt topeiMI.td T;'ihers, nor aie toil an up- ; tl..-v dedicated their li,ej-ns you
United Sfite*, not representatives" of the C'l :Mates, ud: to laws mule in conformi- <; tit. people hat a ,'institutionalMwedx i jpiesoed l peojil; (conti-iidii.i ii, il't' .V repeat I pri/i; the j face of) our country, the htsof
particular State from which ;his)' come.They .- I tv with he( powers it tl.t d in (''oUL'ress.riix ha I l free "oerfat: | :and) refuse*]. If to you, 'Mjainst UOIM: ||MO "ult.ni:1! its I l:4st: < itr/ensf! and! Jour own fair .
arc paid !by the United State, no: I.is! position Ins nut !heenUH! ('..11- I the legislature! oil Smith Carolina "anxiously J vas....d.ifi*. l'tl. air tier mendiet of a I I II .f'.n.e, to retrac4 coir Mtn! !'r. Snatch from
by the Stale ; nor uie they :r''countabl'to | not hidenied.. !Mutt' tl en can lh.il Sieue | | : ,!',iu'" a deneral Conxcntion loconsider fl.JIll ,hin'j; : and Irippy{ I I'ninn. 'Ilieteis'1.I i the .'1. hit','e 01) our Stale' the di; -it for n..y act done in the per'brman-r lit'I ,.,i i' to I... !M,verei"n and independent! : thou complaints! why have they I':I'no M'ttSi il iiesi:n to oppress > i u.- \ UII i/.iitL ..dict of its [Cunvl"nlioll-bic) its
their legislative functions ; and I.owc'et \\I.o'c C'l ll'US owoo'e icnr- to 1 Ian snot not nude ap I | Nation for U m the way the have indeed ft ll the uneipnl! operation III. riM'inliers to re-as.einble and promulgate
they may in practice, n* it n their iin\ m.nle by il, and xvrios m'.J.i:istiates aresuoin .: Constitution points! out. The assertion I I"u"" wliiih may haxe l 1'ri.n umiiMlji .1 I II i tin. decided" etpie, .ions of your will to rein
to do, consult and prefer the intere.t u of lo disir.'aril; tl.o lawsJn.Tl they 'that they "eirnestly seek" it i i3 completely I t not .unconstitutionallv. p.i.-.1d ; but th-t .tin in the I path. xvliich alone can conduct
their particular constituents when thev come in tonlhrt. with those passed I.)' another negatived !ty the mission.' I inequality IUU>I l.ie.. -..ii IIt. I'e t MtiinXed.At yon to safety, prosperity and hunor-
comu in conflict with any other parti il or U hot !shous cou'lusively that: l I Thisr then:is the /position uhith wtMand. : till very nnpmont'.viii n }oil wore' nl.I-1 Idill.. m that compared to disunion, all
local interest let it their first and 1)i:.!h- the Slates cannot !Se aid lo have; resrrxed!' I I, .\ trail, majoiity of the f li7.'ni01'1 I;| ly tir'.ed' on to lie iintorluu.ile iuoi 'e loft oil.i-r. evils ar -litflil r; l-ccaiise' tint biingsxvith &
cst duty as representative of the United: an undivided) soxeteivnty, is that they expressly one Slate in the Union: (iiaxe ejected delegates I.,,11.l\c he State, to promote the general I'oo-'f. i et..It..III.e( ri.t l t II) |plllli'll trea on, : hi ;a Slate ( "onxention : that Conxeniion had. coninieiKtd. Tlie! neatly ;'j-proacli-j t il':.t volt'Sill never take the field unless
The Consiiiutii of tlie United. ) Stales not lieasun .icaiust il fir xcp.naln jiouer" ; has oidained ill it all the laws of ill;! payn.im: ufihe. I puhlK di hr, und il.COIIM .< t I ilie; :m s;>an'!;led banner of your countryh.
then form* it gnrcrnmeutt not a league, hut treason ii'jaiu-t II ti e Uni d I I1.1": '.- the suited: Slates must he lepealen., or iiient| neies-ily .,a'it diniii.I'tii n tt. .. II 'f'oat! o\r you-:hat you ,.illnnt be
and whrthei it be formed by camp 'f't dr.tuccn Treason: is; an nfleiicr against f""U' ;i'/ ///, that they stir no longer a member of' the duties!' had .die.idy !piodim' a ("(Imi i !cr- j t I sti;: .i..ii.ed! v hen elt..ul. and dishonored!
the Stale, or in any other 11I..lIn'r. I and sovrreiifiity m'. t reside Midi the. Union. The ( ;tenor ill thai Slate his aide ifduclion, ,.'HIII..lt Inounstme ; r- 1 Hi1,1' !siotntd( while } CHI !hoc a as the :authors-
its character i ii! the sune. It is a Ju\'rra- ; power lo punish it. lut! the icseru-d rN'omnc'nc'.II"! the lett'lature llie raisin ii. irs uf t'< I cr.d CIM:" n |f.?:..n ill \ our ul the> (j',l attack un the Constitution! of
inent in which nil the people are represented ) I rights of the States are not less .varied' *.' of in army In carry the secession into :State.. The iieportaiuT! i.f. this chanLCuas ; :Xoi.r cuu11u-IisdestroyersyoucHnnut!
which operate* directly on the hftause they h:" .! for their conimon m- efi'ecl, and, that he may; he empovvtiidlo undrrr..trd, and .xou Hilt aulluiir.itixcly Lc'. \ ou II:.,), disturb! Hi 1't':1ce-'ol&' may
people individually) not upon i the 1.lll'C- I"u.'t! miile! the. (ientr-d i (;ovi riuuent Ihrdepnsitury ::clearances lo ves>elv) in the name to'd' tl'atla., fiiitlur. j lli xiiilinuofxonl inlcriupi the course of us pruSptrilYill -
tile/ rCli.incl.1I) 'the s power they did not "f these power The unityo of the :'tats.u act of violent opposition hmilieiis xvas lo he 'XJ'us| tool at I ) tu.ty cloud. its reputation for stability:
a'grant. Hat. each State having} expressly I !' our politic d ch.iracter (..s has 'hero lo the laws has yet kern coinmited 11.(' er\ time wlun. 11... lotidhioii! ui" cia'cflllnln' but its. lraiquilily: : ,,'iII1.Ic restored, its!
,. parted with 'i') many nowrr a< to constitute hewn for another purpose) commenced hut such .i state of things; is hourly apprehended inij crioii!>Iv ifeinandrd! rush! a 1. I Itp: ( sit}' will return, and the stain upon
jointly with the other Stale. a single with its V"Texistence.. I 'mice the Itiy- and it is the intent of this instrument modditation ot llie: di.'ii s as stiould reduce n> r.annual ih.irattcr willlo( transfirre
Nation cannot from that period pos>es>* al) (ju\o'rrnu.acu: \vr" h.-d no M'peiale 1'1.1- In proclaim not only that the duty them to il jut and i iiis t..bl' sc:.!I'. linid; H n..iin i.1I 'h'fllitllJto' on the mcmo-
any right to secede bccau !such secession Icier ; our opposition i I lo i its oppressionshecan impovd on me by the Constitution Hut, it' :1l'p.u..i\| ..ix *> tot the ituci otihts 'i iy ut throe who c..iiM'd) the disorder.
doc not break;. a league but destroys a, united colon'n! U'ewtteihoUnited take: care that the lax*.* le faithfully: etc ( thaiiin' iu allaying; : your tlisi cuti ul", I f I'fllow! c.n/ens of the United. : ) States .
the unity of a Nation, and any injury to States under the confederation I'IIC..I." !shall be I pfifurmed, lo the extent .Xt.ll weir t'1l.ti"itilh.1: ; into it.'' feiutid, I j'Titt.! threat (Jf unlirflluwrd di'4ulJllJn-ttl,
that unity is not only a breach which and (he n me was perpetuated! and) the of the pna'ersi.lready'vrtcd in me hy laxv, Mate in \vl-tfh' I xou nH'lilul 'xoiir h.,. u.1S1.rr tlf| those once respected, hy whom i is
would) result from the contravention of a Union rendered more perfect .h\' the Federal or of such others as (he wisdom of '-' 1 have fir ;"Hi xou lo took )h.-i-1.. to the ..\It'u'.I-tllt" aria Y of military force tojsnpi
compact but it i'4 i an offence against the Constitution.' In none of these st,ipe grr'e shall ilexise and entrust to me for mean. tint ueieiiMi: it! to hurry tout on io i .oil it-denote the approach( ( of a crij J
whole Union. To say tint any State; did we consider onrscUes iu any other that purpose. ; hut to warn the citizens of toe position you haxe: tones a>sunud, mal j i sis i in our (flairs on which' the continuance f
may at pleasure secede from the Union, I. light than fnriniie* one nation. Treaties South Carolina who have liven deludtd forw .ird lo the ('Uh..C'l'iI.IU.', Si \.iIlIHU. I, tit r.iirunexampled! prosperity out politi-
;ix to say that the United States. are not a and alliances were made in the name into an opposition to the laws, of the danger duce. Something' more is IIC.t! \'. Contemplate | rail] e\i tenf'l', aid perhaps hat of all free
Nation ; because it would) be a solecism to of all. Troop corn raised fur the joint they will incur by obedience lo the I (he condition: ol (lit t ctMinliy; ufwhich fioxerumeiils! may depend. The conjunci '
contend that any part of n Nation might defence. How then, ills all these pionNtliHt illegal:: and disoiiMiii/ini; Ordinance oldieunyrndonto you slill form ni ;intporlMtit 1 piriFconsidi : i lion demanded a free, n full and explicit \
Jissolvo its connexion with the other under all chaiiffs of our position ue exhort those xvho lean'lI.fu"dIO r.t.!+ '_'1I\'rll'JI"ni ,:niIn: in ore ''eiiuniiaiioti, not only of my intentions I
parts, to their injury or ruin, without coin- had, for designated: put puses and pith siitiport it to !peisexere in their liond ,t' contnion inti rest and gl'lc'ril'l"u-' I| but of 11),)' principles' of action ; end a? the I
milting any offence. Secession like any defined powers, created national Govern determination! lo uphold tutu Constitution' leclion so many dillcient States-i! ixin: ;I cI..im:1\ asserted of a right by a State to
other revolutionary act, may bn morally ml'nh-Ilu'v! i is it, tli.'t ihf must perfect: and! laws of their, "III.r.\-RI,1 lo point to all{ their inIul/Uants; the pi end title: tot annul the I liw.s of the Union and oven to
justified by the extremity of oppression ; those severxl modes of unilJlI. should now out lo ;,11. the (perilous! situ.iHon into xx (lull Ajir.KifXNCiTi/.rN-protect iu but to call it a Constitutional right i is con- l ha considered a* a meie le.iL'ne: that nvy: lh' good p."I..f. thai :Mate have: been -sretirinjj their lit.-i ,iline .I oil lluir: i of my opinions in relation to the
founding the meaning of terms andean) be dissolved at .pleastiie ? It i is from an led,-and that the cnuis they. arc tilled ails-faciHitaiintheir i+llhrcommuniI-1 I origin and form of out government and
only bo dono through gross l'rror. or to abuse of terms. Compact i* ueeo1 as synonymous to pursue i it one of ruin and disgrace to the lion, ileli-ndin their fwnlil'rilnlllU.I. the construction I :give:: to the instrument
deceive those who arc willing to assert a with league although the true jury Stale whose rights they: afP-ct to sup king: their name; re.peeled ill the remotes .I by which it was created seemed to bo
right (but would pause before they madea term i is not employed because it would) at port. pan of the. earth Consider the extent proper. Having the fullest confidence
revolution or incur the penalties consequent once show the fallacy of the r a'onin-; Fellow cili/.ens of my native Slate !- of its territory', its iallll... iuJ.: and I happy in th'justness of tlmleja! and constitutional ; "
on a failure. It would not do to say that our Constitution let me not only admonish you, as the first population' its. advance) in art*, which opinion of my duties xxhich his (been
Because tie Union was formed by compact was only a league, but it is l labored to Magistrate of our common country not 'lo render life ajjn-eable;: and thin sciences 1 expicssrd, I rely with equal confidence '
it is said the parties to that compact prove it a compact (nhich in one sense incur the penalty of its laws but use which elevate the mind See education on your undivided support in my determination
may, when they feel themselves aggrieved it is) and then to argue that as a league is the influence' that a Father would over spreading the lights of religion morality to execute the 'laws-to preservethe
depart from it : but it is precisely because a compact between nations must of course his children whom ho saw rushing to and general information into every cottage Union by all constitutional, means
it is a compact that they cannot.A .- be h league, cold that from such an engage certain ruin. In hat paternal language, in this wide extent of our Territoriesand to arrest, if possible by moderate but from
compact is an agreement or binding ob meet c\cry sovereign power has a right with that paternal 'feeling lot mo tell you, Slates Behold il a* the asylum measures, the necessity of a recourse to
ligation. It may by its terms have a to recede. But it has been shown, that my countrymen, that you are deluded by uhcro the wretched) and the oppressed( force ; nud, if it be the will of Heaven
sanction or penalty for its breach or it in this sense the States are not sovereign, men who are either deceived themselvesor : find a icfugo and support Look on thi that the rccui mice of its primeval curse
may not. If it contains no sanction it and that even if they wer and the national .: wish to deceive you. Mark under picture of happiness and honor, and say on man for the shedding of a brother's .
may be broken with no other consequence Constitution had been formed by what pretences you have been led on to XVR, TOO, ARC' CITIZENS OF AMf.IUCA blood ihould fall upon our land that i b.
than moral guilt : if it bare a sanction, compact there would he no right in anyone the brink of insurrection and treason, on Carolina is one of iheso proud States not called down by say offensive OB
then the Breach incurs the designated or State to exonerate itself from its obli which you stand First a diminution of her arms have dc"ndt'cl-hrr best blood the part of the United States.
implied penalty. A league between in. gations. the value of your staple commodity, low I has cemented this happy: Union And Fellow citizens I The momentous cast



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snp It u bcl.ct.edlj ferj pet oa, ptactscal or fn.ta-.Kiv.fnt, .no overwhelms the arms* tneotei this cuoa of conn try, i* a matter we hara aU net hwenr.hih. we not think take
On l.r scientific that the leases Cannot be ll IP .f .i
it bclutcrou. deoftourLotrctnmcof eatpn ( iu bottom : and it would he idle to M* lo
the
depends farther the I I way* l barn to gor.ou and one on which place. >lr. ttloa will wa )
up MiMKiippi. without manic .laujter the committee that such inundation otcr field of d"p4d K. Foiei/ri laID.

poi of thc Iralll qllf"cliun. il involves : lo JNrw.-(h Iran and the con'if UOM, country cntirtn and nustr ore ruinous in the Pa rmP. To we know .hl inlfli rDt. of oar Dt "burbo o take eharge or the Pat liffr* D.pnm.nt

(1"00 "actJ l talanthrr ttlHlle prr and e,en our Inuit \>r con' iiuril n,>t \\I.., Mrrinlerior tlsnunih! tin danger in the *lt-hte Deacon
Ot1i of Uw 11th
i IIC'rfteJ artiCrml .k. ,, that
to klinret
f"curr' 10 or tinaU.thal *oultl b. national I.n. fit far crater thin would Ii hed and we feel almost ?
blet'tl'' II : im| oten already, an an
and tlic u.O con*") the in|>.r 'iiiiidant ..,., to the urn to? ( ominen"tirite with the eot to he incnrred I fife Comrutnit.of I.. S. Troops have be.. ors
! ,,, ; ( that the of ttm Canal
doubting
eonalclaoa culling
as Ollr wo"lr 1 ,hall t Ilf' with olhet .nat. Iliau the n'er. It '" 1K span in have, thoielore' ,ursted.. that by cleanup out I d"r to proceed from TortreM Monroe to I'La*.
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I t"l" calf .' uhllUlt! tl.! r untninll' ( u% ir :'.at AH the I heur, 01! uf faith, that I the Mn>.t. the hr. tl3.sc in ills great route of j jI ) ,.0ul he at o r waling our cii!tence 'a l lean and l a quantity of Oidnance will besent

" which that l'c""4nn w i II fit. r"tff'.I. thr Irarnnl M..1e Prnuv had cmnmuniraird impnit I natural. ejnnlio' :. ou five the Mi'*-i*.11|'j.i out ,I 1"ACf of Lu.inc*., ht eipo inuto a competition to the me 1 place from the above
.iit taut "'f..n.II.'t.3.t. mentionedFortreM.
c'lui.I'IIt"1 : liru took Illlhough whuli rutrh of it. *ntlu. auluna! -
I Ill hl.pil r uric I c n Inch we are entnely incapable of .a.taimn .
will be'nrh ft4 tit II ItltI'ruJI"f' pare! on Stir .!nrei of the Ailiiatic : lot mclirru wnulj pa *, into the lake tint ant then into the : .
...,'uii.tllc.; .nl1 .Miintf.1 10 Our Delegate *ara. it t. hut one I link in the great
etainine
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an r"I"I".411 ap lu'o tSr c n\ i.l' calf M ,'I'4ut Ilanr.III it* horden.and with manif Late mtrligeme from liuruw Are
inform
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iI e a Ic into. lU.I tlJr triIIsleh .I fir ilr, ,a>iiiiiii* irr4''i>nri| hl 1'M arteM 11'-1 ,<.*t rrtif 10 it* Ira .,*. It I* liana that tnothetliil rhainof lulertial I Improvement-whiclii* In umle'

, II'' -i .i : .'-' :l't.' t'lIrt.. ,III ol the I.| .s. lir ,>criiai.ird II*t Il.. i.vri. >inreU ,.n. mouth i* Cle'.'..J. whrie I i* ao t'n.ni' I.' the water* ol the \'< et wih the .\tUntic. and ui that owmc l<. the an-jry tate of |,nt.lic fulang
Mat r.'"t-.-.l 1 61 dikr*. l.j.l tit I Iu1! at that place growing out of the .'uIL
them aft Inal41'cdmnJ "S"1"1'' iVpntitr. to a I\ .. ; a |Ilrl"ln tt Ito ''''tr.. In rr,it lair itNI .Mf. lu. l oohs-f that we mn.l have barn nn- 'ud 1.1.
.nmt r rai,rd llr 'f..I.. it* h.lttntn thti turt. | .i.| 1 al- otT. f.pre and) bu
I i: rt- : ;111 curie t ;."n a .urplu r'itiou! toit -lntsr, oar Chirp de AlTaiicn Mr Bay.
141 oar chiMi. i*. Was fllJOCt IIUI lll. (HOP Of the ItUIMff in |>,. "tier*. :and hazardous' lo \r0'.It.4,1t.! I 11 ,rqu..mffl l with tin fact when we penned our lie and 'Ir. Slaram. our Connul It ft that

M4. lit"! *(11 !!Hlrr of .oall\JltC Grant tcri. |111..* work the 111a1.lea are dr.UQtd.tlie h..'-'H.olI former ar.d IN. Our Delegate i*. nm1.Itn.'r and place

,1't tbr "s ttalttal 1 t.U-vit.! tutu nl.irl!, He! The .\.'lic e anti] tie I'o. like the 11..i.i.. | I I tor hrokwu up. and drith .irnti,h.f in Ito cat have I.aoJ much on )) hut hate arrived, Kits, from whence they embarked i

b\ Ih" mld are Hjrhrr( than tits atliacriil rounlrniu! the ',. Its driinin* the delta of ih Mi'..ippi, mn- 'l'I.Itn. 1fJ"c. for the LmtfdUte' in tIe Ship Jane. It c. re-
.. I :"" Dot et been conttrted We du not think thai
'n'l .v", t', ; Iflilftlt IICa..1 llir sale j'triik of A"UIa .'r. i tots or :' M'. ol land :ue reclaimed rrom inunda nettr ) poled that tmerican merchanU at Buenos Avrea

Ilrsl ,1" .." ,.III" : :1..".. ;. i-
"f.l. .n't la'.: : tnsla I1is \\ ..,' Li .1% ,nHttrifJi 'Ii-: .. j.:.. the H "HI'r.. t al..n..J to ttlPrnN.rnf.U ar oust >r'litoni ill iiiiprntiiiahtr I ; but we do think tint thr i property thence, being

: !." hn'r t.rl.'dt'.1 In:, nit 1 I In'." l,' iip t" 1I.11.rt'a'i fin+n a .nr& lal". our 1 "Uh.') Irrtd I trotn ':,e triht.te .1.! cear mi.nut and t\dl nut IN 1'raacnrrJaimil apprrhenvivt of a declaration of War Iraiutt

Ib.'t ill trio tlier } of the mo*! l-.nmr.l .'nl) phibas' .., 'f'.1,1,.,., n.I\T i 1'0\ tn tii' \rot Indni I 1.1 l ir.!. for the I jnrrtn ) fu..I. the Tinted Male. The h'. S. .Iup'lrnu wa*
tl'rtf filial; hrl ir .. iiKlfj) ndent 1.1'al; ,", \ are rMiemcItdoulalul
p c. t.% cps i i .at 1 .MM o. .-n : tU nhti ii 4tr wr.iirn ui>ooi ..' ol tint nrc"''trartn .i> iou.ionptionTin a. \ at Ul &I' of which
tune
!lIj.en' f" a' fttfl'!'.. : t.t i .' 't' a fr. (. ,: .1.:. 1 ..i I... \i| ?.""ii].i : ttkr|. rah'1! ,...n.1 would ron.vrt all the bit| ) ai.d ri i.'r i. hither the l Io nftit* an*au: I trains the we 'peak. ,

tt L.rni.'C Seh. t .':.O5 Sad t h. t' :."fl :.if It. '.5 i'- :.' I...>. rir ia carry M runritt front liar l. \ of! ,I." Cult furiifh :..If and ..4i.t ronte- completion of the wnrk would tae ouiTicivnt. to "', al -7e|, Norfolk Beacon of the ?th tilt.t .

... 1Ii' dl+ifa; art.t u I .r. J'.ti<. ".'.1 uUitr and lifnw! tt, faa ant'from all th*'tr ninifi*'ati15M. ol the t iuthlenil .
,1'c, 1",1t..u i li r 'cu*** and of rf '.alike "*.
10 'ou'f'.n"l 1
cat IfuM. ; of star
.c m.' ttiro : .... of.- tint. >ti a.i>r l.r.e ...r*.,. it. f .in i'. m .r. to ( .*r ;'I'I'r t ,cfifti 'n' o?' their '. 11 tne 1 loop 4\arfJ.r:. lying

Ian cbl .n ,. Il.e ar.1' .uf' .ha't... 11P Mat tttadr lilt .I"I.'t' tar aa. pi'tt* frotn \1.11.1.", rou'fj IM rtio.rt..r.,t ("<'I.tt..t11J I ftctmritlxn w .*> .ke ol "pinttl imprar- at the Navy i ard. do"| art. ill ordered lu te fitted

'nll': te "..th d'c' "1 = u I'e'la a' UJ ) fear (r..Hi .HJ!JM..UI; tf.'." .1..<. itnl.ln'tl'| I,' .n .Iupia.-alji, an mrrea.ultrtuet.s l hue j.ubhrItnd aliilitir*" we Iwd II'P immediate allusion I"j out itnirdialely. and that Tapt. John I'. /anl-

.' .CI1..I, :..e.ft.. Itr Cass...il M...i tlitct, tl..w:li 114! l>rn.(ja'aal! r..ifrn I '.llirotif 'tud..1) w. tl.' pa..*. and tr.>.i* re- ..line of 'I l i. .hr-me Lutthraul alakcn zinn. .has weD a "omled to the command.

,. i ... I u..1r f "'1wlt' I W"fJU' nit l.n u*..i i.uitur. t'(1
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I", I""fm \ r.r .if. .1, *. ... 'It I. .' .......ft. o rMtitr oiM>t. t'>Mn.>.:'tr. li* all j lu 11., L-rt. r lo the -4. I.'of \\ .sr. .* ID tin* in cur utleiiour 'Ills tar e't.* ol tuba .. I .' l'. S -lonp of \\ ar Burton f "j"i (;. \\'. t.

,, ., 11'a.t 1ti 11W ,. .. .1 I" b /eian. ant,,rotrinrtit the dilli, silly ..I rout 'nMtl '. C"nu'.1'.n. I hate .h.i.-.1 nj:....,." willtiiiiltiiii t aril l*. n"M..e..J :\ ,l I",I lime 'm'' wt < >u>rer. fruits MalM.n.f whence .he ailed October -

It'r,., tt ;,:ft,. '. I" : ; t .., .. .11'':;' fat lisea. u"li.y :u o farat555 .tNlila a > ; >. ,'.,t".. in M>ir"% {1.'f'l *:ai*. |...il u.. > >aul n f ri'tfr'naii, whom wt ,-.ti.' in ml theft j l I J:.tJr arrited at \a"'.kft |H...,,. Ulow Do-t n,

," M 't:. nil I..d. !*. eirai diffitultt ol ii!. (.atlona nl hie. it raS fnajitftfl "J.I..1 HI Frailty la-1. The t. >. .h> J
r.f 11 ..' t.$1t *.. u .,. h .l>.'.'o1> r'.. ...*' \\ "r. .'.'- 4< 0".",4NI 1 I... L-.I irt-pTP.' '.*> t c.'n' *i"in nl 'h.'t- ,&t' I It"I.or. (I "hu Adjinn,
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P. 1N M .,NtrtaIt& mtin It..* iu Hill: Ift(:TLfs: of tie" ftnuicota acodl

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tidiH it .tnl.\ **ante HI..1 aonnJ,1aak'> for Isle oatn; uf utiici.j hhl..u-h we do MM.IIIM. to Uke charge of tin ItutituLuo.
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out 'a .xit tin l 1*t. ol, rn.ac..* .!u tii'lrc. i<> ; om' I ....irr tl.it the Acadrmy will f. opened for theM
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; 1 Chef .Hhfticlor) lat. bf ah'nil liar ..imrti;ili -.. '.1"." ol -chwlur ouV t'Jnr day, the aecooc!
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,I0.:...11. ;.. fat a ..iT.M'aealca.t U 'ft all tin, Mall track n pats| ,) with' n fi.r mile* .f ih I a terv idxtarln to rnntrnd \\ .Ih. had tiTurt, latel I (pror ecaling4' hid not breu finniarlt 1, r"f in the 1 l i I 7crw of 1illt".ltlf' Quarter.

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\ IIr 1f' I to ilmctrd the
'J I.t iitrmiltal float into connect the Mate. ag uu.t the arbitrary Inea1 | r\ IIlu. i a rre hy

n'J"I! I*; \rA\r t>' ID4< e its \tratt fni i,s\ 1,;a'Iher I'l wik'rrii St.,\I''loJ", ...,1"1] o ':,': n..i,i. and in 16\ inr all the l.ind Cl .n." M'ult..I.n' 1: fun 1'1 l-'J bt I tiir* 1'ir .11. 11.' 'I he Mobile', 'i J llottorati'e.! Sup rrwsr (''',rt bur \\ e,t I )loruJj.I .

'.nt" 'u Cal ..ate e II.. ..t..t. datctl .' 4tie mnterfiil liv. ihr a,,Mind. .lakr Dud| hoyalu,, : ) 1 I'op** it aril) not atoui ol "-i'ti.:.i when I I .hall priK-ri it to et! t .
auu- i I I ltrg| iata'r nf Inc 'JTlti olt. av tin' t uni. :itui.d : Ue' t loliowni'' orljasrd Tract of 1.:1 N I
afar. Iwtin. Miid the whitl. llow neat. ,
I liter into llu. .red)ut hit: 1 "ucri.d in lhr c.tab:. hiiifnl
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-'. I. l-Ji. :- I;ipiril mUnd, ( ,lianml. "etlrndin around our .lu.1 : a cpt' the Proclami'i "a ..I tto\ I ;i.l iim :i* ti.e pin*,,i"rt) of vi!d il-lrtidant lo atilV atd

li \\ all IK tihTMel iti.i tiir MI.lat/pl'\ i, *fl outlirin to".t. Tin halo and : inchr. nl 'htitnchi of till Canal' the usual imp >tlaiit. of .:. j |'ni uas.re: ot' the rrMtlotnui >{ii-.!,'d wa.rn.< Ice 511. 1..nl.I.r .iitd to.t*. lu wit :-A Tract ol Land,

'"f r.-ttublsS& Iw lit '....HI all! the ...tll.. 11 ala ). ritri and e.wll! will hold turn nintt-d I.> i i i j I am, .UI' trom tlir *.|>int of )our rcnur!.. that in tint! Cilia Il* tow. a* -a-I. .an ...>>ilt I he lniurtnrlit eight hundred aipinc. .;.tniieu on

,.* Mini tl.r Uh.h.. '.... tkiutigu the ititii! ir- the .uadileaalnblr' link ol trade, inleie andinlricour !I I! ) "t'rf inj.lc with tinl l..l l't"' , oii'iualtt.' granted by the =|*nl.l hI.IIM

'.1' all tli"r.t. ilk Itrtl U uiiiiUIr' t> ionl.nil I' ,1.1! lie th, *:. | "I!'1 < "p h.ne !> cu in calling to a ,I
I h'n.. (l.aic* iM\i.tili. harts nti'l 1 t li.> "Ut bUh' .. nit). /Ilr| ea,l, at rtrit iMibonr, port aad I Ipi.ni' I j I i particular jour IjM into t lF.:tt uut.l 1 the fir-i of I fhru'iM, i.tt cut the ('omrni.'ioner ; it i* 4jmtle..N. ,
I nuir.tH r of inti,leu!*. which mukt I he and N U. Iron tlie Lit nf r.UJtI'
f.n. i'. 'I.I'I. aa 1 fio, inc itirfiji| i.e ,atr% ,.nllr. I .N. U. '. )
ul cuuiaci ('ii the AI..tt) to iht (;..1.I || t"..C'Ui take piatuiul thou l I.. twcrn tli.-Mlr '
..mco..1 titii finj .,. t>ml. t in ... (;Julf. au''i Mad liar! ,I,. t IQ in the hmitedn tv Coma teak of ".. tulijtct.I tola! : 1 U.undrda j4I60'tlit the .',. V. hy ta-
t'u! > d!< .rhpl11 ik isle '1.....r nr |It' ville! : In "n cffrc an,inland Ir. I..le.of unl.rnkrn ttlicient :u 11rurre11.1.. ,un..f" .rt1i; in th.m.<'"'timeftf cant laual..na! iltojie t a)f 'I l.omaP Ki >t O ; rm

a'iwul upset) mdrl.buae :Nr' Uiiant.. ruimnifinto I!i I rniili.iiiity, f.., .inilrt'iMtigaliou, bv CultinIJimli"*. "j., )("t to late )arts a role tf II.I ntort h*>]'" to. in,.h from the "a 1eiknn of < mjrt.. the ;. I:. b) lho-e of Jatmc ronltnal ; S. "'.

the L.kr llaurrpa| .. tac'" roiuioiiuiriilrtwiih i I such lite I Ubour a.,1 to be prrformrd I upjiorter' of tin i niipron-inei.t. :a I hvarant lau h and >. I.:. 11) the aid Crick of
cl..i., Tae luiidiaii mtoiitiK ** tluit work Mill he
I, ..oat tht b. a l iaa114111'a* .
lie tulf thruueii Lakes I'u"'ha.u and iMtoial, and to ettrniiai to an nnmirrruplrdcoinmonu 11'al1)a1u) IM mi ; a* to Far n place mt *

10'Ilt.. \la""I"r Hint into \iuilr I..' I' .uiKni front the nut 111 and rest lo 'I ,.ur aprr. I am our*. .Sort) (put to pre.*. from Its.1' j -n nt ('.1.! \Inti.. The laic wilt take place in front o the Court I

nun IKIIN ihnr j.iuriivu itTrrii mil,s lr.iu I'.. Mat, will from arsl to ate rrt'urnr tnntii4iid II.. J *. Mir Iffleg:. in ('n1.ferut.Ird.| k.-iihe llfii". in Per.MCoIa, lielvttcn tl.e hour* nf IU .1.tit. .
I :
"|,'i u"'i'j i. I ntuii..:,*d rural;. |"rr.e,it liter frrn th< nre lo the \tlantu Murrotrrir ( \'II1r. I. and : P.M.MFH
: of I and' 1'lorida .,. -lai'a.
n-t ; con'taitiit. -
Pun. 'i.ll' \.t .IIu' U. .1t4,, /. /
HAI'M. .
N 'iy ol MMirr to the Lnk.-.iiinri< .t l-r all tlir thr 'liitrt ol 1'rllnra'rp and co:'. l"Jt" i
\'UUII ..a hi.torol '1.,' alt| -< .i\irt' and ,r ttlfinent' P. JU:r.PH II.KKD.M..
gal tllc. It, ili .
rJ'M.rt na ir i "'r;> ot the wai IrnipUli a c.I.I'um the lrnnr.'reit | M.t.bma I )
t in 1't.urftiru.tiit M tcn.l.'II. Ii .>m tijlit -rii ritrr ol which Ihr flat .1 br Hof I the Pro's.and' ,I... ("orr'"pond'Mice b \ti\ :. .

t, t.rii'y Irrt. 1 ,iai tin gat MuM'i.ar K .tiijiriiil the outlrt ; tliut rrn.Irrmp tiua, -.I..lc".1 r,.nal. ioi|"f rianttn .Iwlltisr, nice anal.. "., trt */."-. unms.lt intralttr. I';: tv.it'it tin Itn'i-h Ministry .tnd tne (doternor,* of --jTTiT :i /;/;:1:11.1 i ; i/y.v I'e%. *

*. torn- tract oilier lit (;."i.4 i;51| \\ lUiu.uu, kidr Itlt "'_'' and moltvain.ubr! II e I i.ion.Iho ." 'I'l.f' foiepoing' l'u'.rh I', t n.j ly ithf': I Ion;11-. h."twtren the:)tar IT.K; and I- I. Th.* .rthrrn Dud \\ eMein nml' leate at f. c.*

">' nh lor thr pa..ayP tif H..ah Inn iuriiii| : pn.plr ol the netl hate .Ivne had to ft'n' ; f'lUli. IIou. JO'LI n .M. \\nirr t" (. r!:nn I::dUoiial :; clot I.. A. M. on Mundi) *, and "ridavii and nr- 1 4
the I..t' Ma'. the A".,.. I ( to;"'tl er with tiriou | ap" lifter pubJikhed. -
lr :
!! "It iiiii-n Mpprrt land fcaiiitt tlfi..hrl and d.t., in Itanat rt-mark 11.r. mder t:>* ', I..f'r" rite un ThurHlayii and *>unda\., at .( '\|high I'M'I
hendn; tl>. .|-.r* acd t.f the iriii 'ti 'I nmjnthrough imir piodoce lo a Inirign .n.k.I.- contamt 'in | I, touch.ng the ln
that channel. oriUrnl it IK U. ultimo Itnuch 0"11 nattiir .had (;,Cps tlirm M *>rrat (.ull. I title of (" '!and 1 "wrat rroinly. \V. I of tl.e'e Tf rri' .< to the Mate.; to ,bids will o'cltK-k. .\. M. aintr. on :ondats, at 3 o'cluck.
.
trd. h, fallinc a qu.. to titaara.. I.. fir rcmoted Iron Use cnursr of i rtp"1 ) to ourji r.'ulr. all he .oJ.I1! ,. .Lunnr th" extent and P. M. .
which r''fth MH wUta'-lr in iijvigaiim tint r.oriijon: trade. ; pluncins into the dull <>f \v\ wer UK* Dt'r'nte on thi The fir-t unpoiUnt j jI I alluJi 3.j The ISorthero and \\ e tern mail, clove at
: .IJut ,
..' rodui ti.iniof the \V
the rviuwvrd It.. \nlite of agticultural et
are h.lit.d l.Ctrariu |
that Ira. I lift inn) hate main' priiU to luate. flash.Irau which he has (faUru that he te u.d..a.l preredinf their departure and the Tal-
)( out tiff ova''tMriVn. drepenalt and m ',.'... hrfore tl>er...h the Atlantic I t'ul'r lulu i- Induce, and erpresnlly! the land! ul Culm; nhow- 1"I.a..l" mail at V u.tlUC'L.1 .n Moiu-'ay

iUrumr the beds! cofi trurln.f .'.>t| Uvr t (gala The l-tnzertof the ntt '::111,uhj*>ct themon make* u. .;y. O that reaMin and connnit.rt.e ing wont ptirtion of the*c article* might be grown All Ittler trust be dtpo.'Itd half an hour pte
.h.n >in ith ol' .
the
| their ou'ward and .
to the ofrlovinf.lLNS
pa* ae .hlfl\\ta plunder hute "liinK-d: a< iinprattaablv rutting a in the of aloud lo tune
mouth lhi .' ol "a'*, a coui :
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por.l.v MMiuld be| to
fiery t e jL\J\rjLTlM\
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>ii of the 'It'.r' .if th.i immriitr nvri "o..1.l.tlii'l on their '.tDr home, with :the produce of<8J Canal. hOwfen Mobile and Pen.arnla lla) II I hall look lo the appearance" of tin* "'0,11 I Ivithmuch \U'I'--- -

an uullrt to the Ctulf .ntfI.I".II." arc f1aJcd by atrratii. : \ A01IrIJ' w.t1 of Good D.ra.1
AJ\tR5": 11/ QUO' '*
whicb wnrld treats. tmi>T'r their .."ra""", and use atill dangers> of I the article itaelf. We fart 1 our want'af )1' ;
more pirates.lature ly .1.1..11.| the of our .Ia
b.> an aC UII.Ul"'I".1 .ai r lutf (will lootitrro .pl1.llol U.tt: quwution to l.i.l.ricl.llileralure lor 1.4 cent, fur thorumU1.1 Cfieen ,.
ba I"rl to 'I wr.t the finest lUirm ahilily to contend the Mental (inn) of i P. AUI'tIfUr
a5r II.* f_l.lr rrM.lanrr of I lie lnJ*.. anil the world : and if the GovernmeDt remedttlie W'll I countr). We know of r" man 1 comjietcnt to Jan .* ----

fasts a current utwaid la the Lull of MnicuIU defect of its duttant: di.mlll.eu..I.W,1 they the Two Florida ; hot humble A it tit, we trust t the tank .our Delegate. ( NOTICE.

tki .|.1. nl 1uciiiyr 'iff Ih- *a. start that it alwata he sufficient to defend us T
C' n surplus with their Atlantic brethren in the eijqal \\.1 weekafter date, IIuallais sly to the Hon
ten nf .w. Mwtn.ij.pi. iwn tint r,;iU wnuld be race of wealth and prnnperit on the gnat highway .jmiiot ; which we feel to bl nnwar* I "We under>t i.d." pay. the londian "that SIX the i onnt) Iuurt: .' Walton ( ounty

aebtedil i ..-.",i put ..,.. /IM riser and tiie of t.irwpeau: consmercr.and the i".ue is JNI' .iuted a/J Illul.huD.unjunt. We have alwai height it Glo..r:1 Adair of Kentucky, sod not Mr. Eaton. ? fur letter of administration on the estate of ...
taint
Gna. toe "am" h.,,|. 'f which htTf.t to their !I
er"'fV.frm lo rut a Canal between will be hkelto ucfi-cd tlie prraeut [UtU'I\t of Ward', deceased.
** fiuifi
u tt ctuiucutal to the planirn on the lownr of it* t"Ik., aad the fraFsIs ,UII"I.acl.ILe' .h1 I I I 4r.Kr.MIAH .\"ELL.uniiriilcd
HI ..r"t'u. ty of 'I letter, the Mit i.*i|>pi olteii burt haya. 1.1 wh.ihcr it would rc-ult in l.nrht t o thu "luury. in ca'** of hn retigmtion, au .1rrI'R





















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JJf. \SACUL4\ ACADLMC lV. I MARSHAL'S ,\Lt. CITY HOTEL. Dried Beeves Hides.WANTED. .

Toe. J 7, the 1Sth day of January, at JO : IIIUSTEF.S: of the rtnuuol .!cads Johu liro-naban [ 001. or Dry .,ea Hide., for wLof
ON' k, A. M. I shall offer for lease or & .. I tsy. haring employed Mr. JAMES I'. (:&"* n. U\'UtOD Orco.e. market price will be Jiteo

at the Mayer' Office intluvcit)'. following I j HIKGHAM, to take charge of this Jo"IIuton.IIYro"t.ce Class i ngage.f cash bj ALUF.N A. M. JU'KSOIN: if CO in
property or M nmch tl.ereol. a' will |par the that the Academy M ill be opened fur the .N blue or a .'. Pa tu me directed by the a i a

Corporation of 1' nq'Ol" for Taiea due thereon. ''reception of bchtlau on Wedne'day, the avconu Honorable Snj.er.or Court for \\rH Florida, DRY GOODS
up t\l the 3181 December Ittt, "Ie,. th e tatter 'day of January next. 1 shall proceed to sell t>n the Mi day of January, HARDWARE,

are paid to the 19 ubscribr.before the day cf stile 7Vr"* of Tuihowfxr Qiiarttr. next, the follow'iu niort/aped Tract of I.AM>, WILLIAM A. BELL Groceries & Chandlery.
tojetlier with all costs and crnrjrior '- Cur I Olho) ratiby", Heading and \\.1111:, fit
// tC.iTfr .-1 lot. numU-r :W. ntuatrd I"'EII..h Grammar, 'ic''gra'1lll. mortgage and costa, to "II .-:\ Tract of laud, oltled I.i, .paiua THRlXbTOUVUUICK 4 which sti ply kept conttaoUy ootft
will of
in Komana-trcet, valued at 10 rl.IUm.lrni.. .1 1'. h 00 coiiPitliup of eight hundred :. situated on 1loU: F:. corner of Palafvi and sale- orrctail hand be disposed at whol.

& arpen*, number 9 t. li, 00 01. t'i, ntualrd ru I itin. tint*, and the lli lu r I'raiuhiatl l'oa del ludio ; onjtiu.il!) "D"., tl r =pani"hliottrnmriit lUtbana-nlrt tt. ai a IIOTI 1. He will spare ALDEN l. on acromuiodatinjr A. M. JACKriU.N term,d.by CO.

the buberb. valued at 10 dollar. Amount oltaxm .Mathematics I It! UOI I tu fmittiMuidal.und. afterwards no fam.or ezI|>rii.m luini>hii> I(iud Table, -- -- -- --- .
due !)j. I Application for entrume ..:) be made to AI'. I continued by the I oniini.-Mwiivi* ; it l* 1611.1f'l\. Faithful and I.iJ'rrt vrvauU, die choicctt NOTICE"

/:. A Jcrr1--1 arprn. nuinl..* ::, ntu.it d MI 1'u1.uu'bani 0' IUi | ... W. and \. .N \\'. front tilt City nf Pen.atola -
the Suberb. vilmd ut 10 dullar Anivuut i
tail due 3j. I .-.\%IL. FIU. cant Liul". and tlior tit 'I'I.llurr P H.ob.; on Court liar the Couoly of IjK-auibut.

JI 1."ad,01l2 lot, iif nl'crn'-T :.id r '.tit 11:1. i! 61:0.11.1.1111.1/: : ; J f nuiUi*' thf b. I I.. b) tliOM- ff J.ItHif .i .."1.,1; U And the iuot Jsaple I'roifitdtr and attendance fur letter of Admiuutratioit on lira Estate art

tedon Cuna-fclreet. Ullut.ci ai IT dollai*. ..l..l.P. IJL.NJ.: U. "1:1t.1I.; bt \caullbd. and IN. L. by the f;rerk cf fuf tu. LpiluUM (;'oaf deceased.

., 2 lot., uomber 19 und 101. *.! t'fI',11 l 1'u Hit' 11:* I"'OI Pa".. .Ic I t.I {,r r" !' ., April. 2t3. T1105. coorr.K.NOTICE. .
natreet \alued at 1.% doll .. AI-.. *. 'Inambrra I-'". --- ---- 1It' 9A\f\ "dlu'. pUff in Iront of the Court : I
[1/I"/"f/rJ >sits ti> tin : ./i JilL""" ] .
V'lhi and :U3. itual..d oar l'ulla..I.t" 0VI Ii'u..sn I''r..t'ul., 11"11 ll.t ttn': ''' IU A. I He rt'j). itfullyk. tlif |>aiitMiageul bus! frund* .
valued at &l dutl.". Also I act nuinter 2.>. JOIlA\ FUKiSKiS kyi M.an.l J I' AI.I I I and the public iu {;..uial... (kill I A LL persons are hereby lorud irrditibp m)

ituated in Koininstrcr:. \fclunlifJDdolUrn 11.11.. L. 141 'l'); J. JI .".iJ.L'. J\MI i S W. I: MM. .V itll.Ujr ', -- ,. Gr '*\lv Mary Ana IWitic. on niv anouut 49

Also lot, number *;;. HA; .. .;"3. ::04 wiua' I ndri ll I!r sill 111.1 es. ,u.(' 11III'U...'". til M'i JOM.P1I: :11IU11.. M :.1 A.1'' ""'! l'upsIor l'tl.I"flt: *rlll'.I the no deuta of her contracting M ill Its paid by me.

ted in Ora street aued! at I" lotlar: A1n. .! .... ol il t. fcnj.i i nu ( "in : ol r:.. lulu.i i tsl'1. 'nv J- j .bUA.i: C 1K ( (11..1'I I I IM. LnHHV. A. I Jily'H-3: _+. % AI.LIIE.AMLKICAX .
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1 lot, number :lUH), pttunKd in huJf'II-.t, "''1. 11 \\ ett .I"lf'| i. 11 .il'lIJ 4 I".C'} J..i i I 1 I .

talucd it 10 dollar Alo i .,!' a :lJt. hUll I'.-t .'". tf, "-PH unnd "11111 .'i.. .,'ay (lit ln >i u.i) I i iil ----w.TC.: ; ::: -* uf IssJHIrJd I,11 t : >tnintp il tbbii<. r. ,'ft"lt! :l. tnlm'l) : 7'-1 ItrdlSTKIt.if .

313. situated in (','\'aUol. aturd' ut :. d. Li rAUo. ". .lnn Jl.ll "... kiit*nliri .:;It ik l l.ai kilt- inr IIJ I ; i'tut*, for tl.. ( lit. iru .I.tis.Isa I I I I i-*) ...tt in .t i liarat. Irr. il Mill f l ,bt. rift&Ptt th.lt 1'I 1111 I. Mrplrinber nand r,. hwu the tn.l unit
a lots, iiuinbrr sill!' Jll, 315, M u.irdin tilloHintaliialji- Ire) i.latr, Iu I % In llif, Cl I II I-: : IIIIIa All \. .1'" the |lull'I'r! l 'liuuUI I c.l t nix- his 1.I.n. aid. Ute I II I of II,c fcurth volume of the' AmirifunI
Manre->lr*'t, valued! at W tlull"!. AI .. ) 1.1 l'n..NCitl, MIIII tin itiji' till .c 1111,1..., ti7. j jJl ___- :_ ,,' I I ubj't' .bf .nH.. tt ui comi.lih. I I 'lrf htgiMT ttnd Sporting JIIIG":i'' publit.e/>
11.1 iiumb 'MS: titi> it *d l in laidcn4tmt t. i\U r It'I E I,1 ll.r r"115Iat., t./J.t. dKuiner, Itnltimote, :
I L/' I llMikiti-Hlui 1157. .iIlr| pit 11".11 it !1 'In ii iv potting ni in : s a mi- j |IM.slnlacr at >
\alunlat l III 110111..,. J! lots. IHI.IHIMIII. t lull'HI}.*, titlliillll J. II"I .",i (III p'::IC'I.-I' -UU i' '11,.vi'>>*rril:. r t..11/l llir | itblir tlmi ll.rub- lit L. JHIJ.uLtiuii, ttuli 111 nary t.i'lc AlniurrCrtltrrrO irr HIIIIUIII. Let its,!. Its .ppearaarIn iF *

&i]. situated in |(;>tnaua-stria. tatitt*! at a..'" I..Ilu.lly til itiird bt 1 :,t 'i-iOlilili, *llt|- r. Ito ..tl"l mi'iII I.",,' a. sir ,.. ( rata".. : air.1 birjce .l pjtf, antl vho dii,t.'ul I j .*ii;h t.ni-h tf it. rii intine, U.' Italia s ct it
:IW dollarx. Al.o. Ii ,lot*. ",".1..4. :', (>, ?. .if'l l try Mild boootllKi; i',utl. ... tLr L...y si I Obj 51.. e Italia I! Nit lt iii Ah1! as i1'" '".""in.1 H. I.. lion tb. lor-lii'i! \\1.-,,,,' i'O;." ayd l liter..r1 inloimili 'I ltypoir' r'll'tl+ u.d tli' tuiniy ol it. ,...it'hl.. I'

t. i III. 11.; I I. i:,. u>. 1:. i'. 'li. H. M. 1:.. -.- it 1"11.1,. -.1 by I'.. .I, ". .llttl. ... 1. U .i: !N in. '";'|, in d '11'.t,. |...nitfr..tMiil '>u thu.lr. IrrUn'ts.at1'r! ma :n ..i lt ". luaiiJaitiit i:. well e.Ubln>bed et.arartvr 'lit
ttittttl.n Hfllllau.1.tr'I. a a-'t! III -'..jla.I.u.\ > : 4>a,.Ma-l" t I, : 'IIa. "J 1"* ii .., La.I. IJ| '' l.ir Ili.t u.tiilal. &. dd silo -" i t'ui.lKMi. I d- tirtl I iiinlfi i* embellished Midi a tine ptiilraiturr ?

3 Jut, niimbcM &r, .*,". :>''. itn.itiil ill Kama 'I..'V'. S 'H tibia lu.t MliC. ibfWl, !'r kiilttt! | i I "lfU 1 ." ,'.M\;a %' I|11.,1 lo "'ivy. 1'out.H: an-t 1 In' ip in star I mil. i| uli II.. t.kbr''ted Curi.'iNi.it, riirirrl nu ri>i.ri
aa-.ttert ,alur
Lear lu the 'J'Mii*. i iu-d! a* I'l .lull.+rt. AI.! ii..tv. Il' M.ru on Mj>)'iii 1.1luii to J11.. i .iii s : .- -- it* .-14>u.i'uhiilii| >d, sir 't.iilnii.1iuuM lt tut 11't \- :. i t..I.'r ulo.&I& "Iltch ton'Ist' ot t.t 01 )-.. -

nu, Its arpeus, U'ri-t (.1 Ca"eI lilai.: ... >Iurcl .a L''j'. Mud .I.ith N hl Ili paid rl'111't I..". .i.i.i ..' i :.N.TriiTr\'iT' : ur U.U'I.: / i... ... 'I, v -UJ;'I.I| It I:i':.i!'.-.r.lhl h U.t ta''i 1. 1...'..
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re I .&tin tr > Al I uu nf I tanlupt'* and ." i.i..t .1..Ii'r ll. .,'In it n ,,.., '. lti .
those who bin, tj m II u.iiii' 'lite lolkmuip nit 11.1, tl Hill on ll at .. > i !, s >i lu. .1. I 1L fo : .Ilt'srurl tor _
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Prasi a I"LCf'1I1. oil vi bfr;.. ..t. <.< ull.i + ...1 ulI ] 1 niuiir .....1. I I|1 ..;. tt.r diti' lultt .& ,' ,! (.ountt, Cfur I nIriUr : art tin' literal) ut'{ afli itit.ll I i II.. \\cttPiii ])i\tnci. ten, stork ull''omia,
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till, b<*.l indigo. h"nrs'. U-iiit-d 1.l.::i'*.- ", s .,- 11.t iMUi.ct: in t-'jua! :.iiiut.l (f-k.Llrtl.tl itl i.i.t., In.ma!*** dri.....i'd.tt ailsalWpes tt.i.tt aatl.tt st.al..utls.t : .. Srf|.Irui'x l II'O.>i Mill adjouuud to tl e
tlt! asap. |111111. Jx.4 I |.., llr. *t us Ill I.... 1..1b.lrH.an' tUt .. u.hc\1Jf tar3salsrs 1.1. ty 1 I..|.i:., Wlllirlttilttii \, i;:-\.I..u.o.; 1:(: \ HO MOIM.NM.! : ( MUiiC.iitt .' 1'e 1 < h'. la the p "'j; K fi litviirt purHUlU tttul..f1..It.t .* iu DictMi', IIell.
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drul'"I.. ;I.n fial'tU .alm.II'; ,:/t.icfys) a aid 1'1- IIhae the :' -- - i L. .. .1., i>l ilir HotiwiaLU JoLii .\. ( -.'urro.s.
UI 'H Wr.AT.Mr.AT-: : .\ j luii i' ttli ii.-Mf inittiriit, l ..tarI'
gull Leaf 1".lh jcrtJti >.*< *. rlilvr.dr! t"jli HUM .-. '.JT 1:11.\ :- lrt, tlual.s.l.s-fury Jut; ul inn'! 1).*iii:.i.4liir .
sails, mifitif. i<.***i>tv ol >j"uto. ;t'fI"IU: iii,1st ,I JA.Mlt I'. .NLlfHlir.: V I", J'JI" cl : ji-t received -md fur 'l.Iv ., 'Lu.h l5. hit ;l.t.t t..uitvl tal lu Ilal.ti r 11/1 .. ..r She (."'ut house .li. <> 4iilI'
.\. \. M. JACKbO.N TO. 'ii5 ".1"" ,'1 5.t rlt.I.
bllll'l | <. rmizre' !nnp j water. cJ.lllat'UIII'"UII.| ,; lltti: ht \ I I I'RI III al'i 1 l IK-\:;
lualll''r corn [?l.ii trr. ri-xvUuJ'H tome I..,tune, !11s I I:1: 'II I iC\i ;-. 1 M \.. 'lit:VAX (' !e..I(, .
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t,'/ lint, #Uiu u'd.llat<*di, ttiiiM.-ed oil. .wiUi.sir t I -rir .. lli-kcn,:' 0'1'1111 El JII. I 11..1 I tti.i kit; nu a ,tatile td.uia "lrt111 hue .jia- ,U.111. :1 S/.I.\'lil i ; iA y>.

I.I'4t. "1.1..1..1'1. ander.on < |ntl.. {'-sic lush red I I MIIII I'll! .11 k.)(0l. ..it: |1M| \.N' \I"I"I' llAI.U. TIM r Muttirof Ifs' (sty (.f Pen I" poi all .O\'l."u Itiittt, t\ ills ll..tt tuluiii. soil a |ti rMi.il Tl.fi rtlifrn .ind 111.-t'-l1. in:u'!. leas. _1 G o'
}>eruian bark, ri>|'pcrh, I MI.ol.i haitalit. I ui ..I..! -.m.mill'' : lit u,i'il \'. nil ,.. at tale >* a. U< a.it ..i-,.it. (dt' k \. M. in }Vmnl.t' 3i..i 111I';" acd "..r

uafrr*. seniceturj.rntilW.fltllyj'ut| | ., cr(;ut. .naah>-, I I .t .-> ail 1 H' I .t. i.& .1..- Uj JM I |.ait "II. ,'Ji to fad. n lot'iiir*..1 1.r In. t, ,l.n. call. ,: ., .1... ,..' t ..*t hi 1"1| IIli.t,.. I nt,' ii.i Thuf. drfV4 and ".."..)*. at 3 oMock I'"
fancy no*ji.,c)U f ne water, lllutuLiuii r, latin- 1 i i ".:able I I1 M I'"' .' Inn.i't.J .-ell i.tor:e'it'i! Jn. nnd ul.ii j lit* i.1 l b > pur. ti auts <...l.nl ttitli' tit .... .* '1'iie'i'sILd.Ju.r m.iil has'. ou Moitdat*. at 'J

der skater mint wrier iiiniaiiioti '% a'tr mineral i I'A'l"U.U-tA: met>> flu+ II. .,1 tl.,- 1st I'..I i cue aad .ui in:n ) j* IMM.K tturl. I in ., 1. .' : n il.i. L. .\. M. urriteon :undo, at 3 u\lutk.
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ualeraiin'j 11t1Ii1I'I."un'II touijutior, I I'. 1l! : | |l'hI'Olla In liivt* i*.:nrd lioni till) tttn "1.1U1..p Mill! lunti.atturu: ', t s fl* .tuitil 1'. .M.

urinee rtIt Acr 1t'ater. I lit" arrtmroot ('r.tou --f- -. -- ._-- ---- -- r .: anal tt'iith 'JI 1'il' l I'u' t.15 ..."., 1,1j.a.| ; i tual iu ijtiiiitit) to 3 j'; Tl.i Northern l1t.1 l U.extern m.nN (lure at
oil, nipple .I.l-1J-. .1I"I.It.| l ;la?a<. l J...'" |liU., tl.1| iD 1' !: >.( .\.\ 1 In nn Otilrr: nl, iln> liiM.ir.iM: "!***J! tut I'tuflt"J.; I lit* i.al>i.ut IJi"oe) j j.l' '-, ir IIu'cUI..1..*-*. i.i 'ittf.K t ti lo- > u'clork pretcdin; their drjMrtuir, and the '1'allaiMf

cal ol. fjuiiuce W1. miiuioii,. "II alni<;iiiU, oil ll.r I "'iinly ('.uil ol I .i uindii ( '"unl; &1. : rh, I al lit h ht t,:nj.Irxion. und | ..1... l.tih t .d..ii.e ttill It -..'11I1'1.1111, >.... ri.ul at 'J v's :lork. \. M I <>u Monday r.

clovef! ,oil M"p rulll\" ml Mnrm"-'J, ivory black, 1.lu"; I ectula'J: l> '" :1.0':111.l WIll'II ElsehuItsegA .:."Ic: .. iii' a I 11c."r:1' utid li.ttt\ I .Ml h tier mu,l bi l c il<-|\.lleJ half an houi j reIn
hop, brea* tti'e ". Njui1l., IA kite wax, rutleu mid ilnj"rotut'tst. '''', uilll. t.t- 'I'I 1 t IJegt'ter sI lf".lr.! th. '-pirit nf Hit ArtTtiMjliHua. -. '1 tM |Ante hi Its Dollar l.ir !..:) Ivto nun:Iofultletll IT, UoUj the tune of clo in,.
fitone mare, nikrln:... sonar caustic nnvrv, '; | o-cu lo 1ub11calr, on thr tenth d,.> ol iHiunltr and Montromciv! J.mrfial; ire lequtnti j |I":f* i.llll, ,IJUC .I shirk It taushut JIO. KELLY. ).

davenV powders, napa: .H itam;; wap, tine mid ..xt, to 'il- J to (fit t* tin adicrti-vinriit II... in..titioii< in l..litrld'ii I c.1.1.t tSil.siseI, 145tro11.rd.,. I ---.- -.-- -
coar.e .)jiong ", nuildc inorur*, Mrii LIZ and soda lt number .,1. Lolnuini>fruaiid I
po<*der.,chrome )ella liair |Kjvl.r, .|uril" lurpentioe .41, iu the 1'ity of Peiuatnla. lour "11'" ol count lu tit .Maor of tLi .it) t.sr |I.a) nu'1.t. iI tti u |p nturi t.n --t.Lrtliter >t.all hoaH I 2. IJ ..1. ... n. In* wife, and kit cluldirulenity

quick: nU". gum ramiili.r, inorj'lunv, Land, iluated an the lauhttkipofih-1 dei;; | I lt'r. Mh |11:/>. _. a irttrljil, ill 'lull I b) iMiiilliHi II... publMivr 5 llOH t ,"..Ie kiiut.il on aiilinlion| to
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mu k, Holpiiunc and, uitric &nd, munatir acid niteil an numb*'in :. 11, I 19 I aril lo. t'ne undttidrd I; -- : -- I ), ind a l'lvl| .iiln.uali: ioin|,tn.ition lur u lag* : &e|. '. .\. .\. M.J.4CKSON {f CO
Lutith oil, apstaec5nraa.calrsaudwesglst.i l _in; th.nl part ol tvtoar. em. Luuttn .1* num i iUTIlK.CIIAItLM :. #1' uuu.bt '1'hi* i4ir it;fii. -iil ). m.nJr lo iu- -- -

glue in *li -e'., luirltm oil, f la*< bottr! liom IIJ&. her Maud i>5, lour hundiid! nrprn ol |..indituatid AVAI.I.f.., l.tttn-r Ol/l: |>oitiini ..It.... ..c tirtuia'.Kii Iu nu i-xttut vtltitl will I I \ O'11CE.

gallon down to half|.ml HI d fuuueU fr< nc'. bole, 111 t.e't..t rid,, of l /iainl"rl halter, r his laps''' .iitt \tiler I.- n..tlif it uti.1.1. > i tu I a) agent i..erall! ). Club* I ,\ 1.1.I'uIIOD" inr'tbted to the .tatc of JOHN

rack aDd horehound' candy, indelible Inks di;itaJi > .lluI' ,"It City of 1'tIII.ul.! l.i.own danrrr iiu 'llnkMCloi 1'1 IluIU. 'ielI'rtOtlCC ol litf ii.iiitnit.Ml* lea) (laws J'loiuic ,I." t\ufk lug '. UL: LA ICC.\ are ret.uire*! to make uiiu -

j. afe.. razor .trajn with pa.te. trof H*.ri.J l mr'<' lit Knmii tract One nnJiYdnll'url1! p-irl of that he i. ir&dy lu "li. it* uny Lu.ine., S> I I'1.. iy uniiin. m ti.in ren.ittjnttr.iiii. .. iltlc 1'11) mt'ul and all |-em>n. ha tin* deuiuin -
fienknire. chloride ol '"11- together with such tract. ol. ixtirn urprn., rulesly' tll"I"o thai may.oflrr. I > .-< iibrin h\lUI near tt;tnl other :article a* are u.uall) kept in a Drug Store pert| t'l Juan 1). tU'h'U. rituated 'In-iuir..the :' Jol I L\I.I:. I MubttiiptidiiH la ttitui ; tl.me oil.ertti>c situated I'.t'.t them M-itLoutdrlut lo3lAKiAKITA
Also| a general supply of CiAIUU.IIU: Lillltf linyouLtad I lug l>aon. C.w hurl of may rtnul Hit amount to the nubrtribti at ln. t'\ DE I.\ ILL.\_
. and IltriM, the nub.cnbern being the only agent laud, wills adtttllni'IiouMiiiidoi.tliou-f'iithfrron | \\ (.u r nutliONMil& t ..tmt.iii.ir 1 ( 'U L. penn*. Out a.I..uloc int'iiU are all u..uc l liar U.,.1 I I :Pj t ,..-tI' 1; 'CSillU.

for hu pan of Florida for the ale of the Mime MtuaUiinu the Itay ol l".n+arola about t ijrhl I i JC: M. \\ HI PI!, a* a ramJidate: fur Ih'leguttto luHiimrnlol our jail ollhe. ionliatt. I 1--
warrautr.l irfih and fcenume. and raided by the rnih- from the City., Containing :T-II"'N'| "''"uf Congress at the nell pl..t.tiun. 2>ub. ribtr-.' naiiirn *houd! be immediately I fur.s.sideu,1.l NOTICE.

Shaker'. Society, i l.iitirhl. Con. Thu under or lei*. One undivided. hall ol a tract of lu.d.1! --. -- -- --- --- biiir that tIt |.ubli>>liir .../)' kiiutthott -" L\ weeks after date application Mill Le made
signed flatter themlelie.1)541) their attention and 'II I ling& ou ih.t I.Matrbia, knottn u.lhe Mile U e arc uulliut iscd to annnuiitr (i KlK. \. many lo piinl ol lUe liitute nuinbeni. S to the presiding Justice of the Count Court

correctness in business Mill Mature them a ,.Iart'w Clulf iat, Containing eight ,hundred aq| ens. j K. CALL, a. I Candidate for Delegate to .*. Ldilor ol \ut+ .j>.|>trri tvl) u else the .tbote \Vuilnugton County far letter of admiautra-)
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I ( public ("trOll" .. '0 unditided' third part ol.Lot in the ( 1:' of Conren.at the neit election. Ihrtcur'lure' c.m.jiituou* 'UtIC."U", ttill bo tu- lion ou the elate of John Clark, late of.itS coins
. Ute 19 JlU'f'I1": S IIALTZM.I.: i iNOT1CK. Penracola, loimt-rly Uluekadu.trttt, ilualtdoii tailed tu uu xchat:0e) ol o'J iN'uinbers. "
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U'I flay of Peiiwarola. J ( AUAI'AI.U":, ) .
NANCY CLAHK.J.
I ITHCSubMnlerhaTi The rotate of the maid John de la llua tfecea underpinned requt.-ta II.ol tensing
fl "I Carpenter Mrttt, near *ev uth, under the' Av W. CAWPUELL-
red in the fore oia lots and Land to be hold as any demands against him ,.r"-cllt their |>rfutite' Lsbery, batk t/f the ,Arcade tvhtreaub
\V. P. CLARK.Oct. .
"'g obtained letter of, h. had atllo1 the aHicatlhetune of Isis death. arcounU for nettlement, and those indebted Mill ? cnptioiin mil be gratelully rrceisrd.O'I'ICE I
the rotate of Manuel I make 31 lr+g.
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I.1. also expected to pa -- -- I _
' Ueniitfi "c.ri"ao. deeeaced require. all peraoas 3IAIUiAIt14\ UIA.l'ucMr JOSEPH rORSllII. \ :. :

having demand icunat the httite to pre- Oct. G n,. 12.3 rtJ HE Subscriber hating obtained Lett:r Te. CUfF:, a and Lot of for very sale by superior 1'Cuba

Paul them and those io .bted to make payment.. Tlie sale of use above described property it tameuUi v oil the 'last WiU and T"I.unent I A. A. JACKSON A co. ,
NOTICE.
FERNANDO MU LNU.Uect'1'Itl postponed ant I the Fourth day of )I..rcl nut ol Adetattlt 1'rtIlCo, deceae4 a free colouredtt 7 a pril.
Dec IU wHkafe date, I shall apply to the I ions iequc'Uall persona bat(if dittos aghast _
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County said estate to prevent thorn within the time prenribvd PATENT BLOCKS. t

f,LI POUT and Sherry "'in.. A few do. COASTINU 31AMFLSTH fur sale at this ol' for I.ter of amiuiirDtioo on the t.tate of J..j by I..od .tliocc indebted to Duke pays PATENT nLOCK .or the LiTinfatoaCotDnr

\tenj of each, uery nperiur, for sissy quottel or by the single fleetsApril Ward, deCt"I.I. uieut. II L\ H\ MICHELLT, Ll.do manufacture fore ale by
A. A. O..JAOCO.. 21 April'JS I Nil" Q _Ia ,t
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