The ancient city
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 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: June 29, 1850
Publication Date: 1850-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Saint Augustine (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Saint Johns County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Saint Johns -- Saint Augustine
Coordinates: 29.894264 x -81.313208 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 1, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1850)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1855.
General Note: Published by: Ramon Canova, 1852-<1855>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001960025
oclc - 08789967
notis - AKD6657
lccn - sn 82014302
System ID: UF00048575:00023

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t t" : to vindicate their rlghtS,aDd arrest.this};Northern people with the belief either that we owe in common. with the mnjority. They must } bill. A free people can rtut Le ,stisfied with 1! *

Ss rNciENtJir>, Y .' course of things. ''The Mexican war broke value union with them more than 5'InstitutionofslavcrY a value protect ihenvsMvb* and protect the constitution; the moilo in which they are-deprived of.ihlirri '

y J;. ,'b'' out'1 and Instead of that patriotic co-operaiioh'', : .or.that fir(!|arc not movo and.if they Fail in this double 'duty, they arc I ;lils ; a sovereien State will disdain to en- .- ;
; .1 l. U'n'1r' .1.1 of all section of tHe Union which would have !,from a conscious inability to protect ourselves. nt, least ps culpable ns tho'ie' who, in agsres- quirq in what' manner she i is striped of her :

\-Y'q,.. LLAta. .ij 4.ptuci;; |' .place in the better days of the Republic, !' lou buvo uujjenerouslgstocdslilt whilst'your sing upoh their rights, o\'ertnroW the eunstitu- ; pruperh',nnd degraded from an equality with
.. t. r, : :, supporters,and the tJefende tsof, the Const jtuitlon -, tit n. And the public opinion of< the world i is i her sister States. It is enough that the outrage -
I r D" .1 ; z3iizJrq la DIqf.fCJ lt 3arubtt! ; carry ., in the Northern SIMS, in the efforts+ in conformity with these views. The oppressor i if done., The mode M uf tattle copse uence.
..i."r I ,'of .ie{ i r chi h. the..Northendeavored to thrust in. thesub- protect you from the a'dp {ion of slavery in is hited-but the! unresistingly oppressed is. i There is therefore in the mode of extending: :

cftir .a e.J t O. aiavorY' Tbtonghouithiiwar' )they' 'k Hitcss; $ive beeMpoliWfeally! anriihUat! d r iet disphcd. More respect follows the tyrant'I j the Wilmot proviso over the. .tknriturv, ofiCali-
s. )cP ttAi1i : g4tClJgJi.11f11 -icrtrl ..qai1J IlVPJlIfl:1il (,"r. 1ou hsoouth .' tha; t1b-Sl! p. ht#.' ulinlttsta. his pO, .r;..;rhctrf t,turn'resented b tha bil f '.:1t'i lt 'e .wggt2hhq
months. its .'.grin niJanatlon1; m oera ri 'qut Scs 11lm''i n r fRn f: th ." e.U i ;. iij. .ti1
r ft'T '. tt TWieyJ./ibne.ofjits operations hternal1 :: : 'become a high passport to honor are not exempt mirrj irft reippnsibility of pre;- [to ID.o'th determinatio u CireS3'ttliu
fttr.b1eifrmil. I cxtcrpal,shall' exempted from the p'Dtroduc-1 and power in the Union. You have unwisely' serving1'ihoconstlttuion, and, in preserving it, I wrom/, ifinmc'ct" They are excluded 'from. .
*.bilreMrd 4AD Uun ow danKerons au bjec Tho stood still,,whilst year after year the volume to protect thenr. elves; JfInVhat I the whole Territory oPCalifornis, a Territory ',-
ILL n ; r : : : J ed 'witi}minor ; and on i Imme3ne''tcrritory!' was .of anti-slayery policy and sympathy has swollen way1 shall they preserve the onsti- I t.extensive enough to contain four largo States II
.. OR J'DE 6UTUEU1 :'nd ta to the United! State's. 1h fir previous' If
into unanimity throughout all the non-' tution'nnd protect themlelves I I the Constitution proposed by California (
dJ. f .'.! I01f. i threats' were realized ; and Ihe nohriaveholdj j slave-holding Stales, and the section;' of.the 1\' a general rule, if is undoubtedly true, contained nothing about slavery, would the ,
To /i Mar 'ltz Tfarinfo, JV*rtA; ring &ates immediately claimed the. right to Union now face each other in tern collision that when,in a government,like ours a constitution North allow her to enter the Union ? Such ,
4 CMNlt., IOf'JIfa, F:ids, AMa Ttnnt.r.m. I excl'del the people of the South from all thq. You have waited until the Constitution oftbe is violated by'a majority, who alonecnn were the territorial bills propos:d for California .

,1cnteiy. ,.Lnl J na, tCfftu,iUusAuri' ,and I territory acquIred, and }6 appropriate it to united States is in dangerof'being abolished, violate it.in. matters of legislation, it cannot'i at the last Congress, but she rejected them
A.t.f -:.. '. themselves. If the pretension arose from a |t'or of becoming what the majority in Congress Be restored to its integrity throuh the ordina- :: because the -South was not excluded from thiN
> mjal.;", mere lust of power,it would be bard'to bear think proper make it.r'hli great principle ry means of the govornmc'nl; for these means,, territory in/express terms. The ialabitant.ftlus.terrltory *
In obedience.to tfagp-wfindt of those we the superiority and mastery it implies. It' on which our system offrce government being under tho; control of the majority, a ru I have been left without any civil
rep qwe' have oPunblMl together to con would degrade Southern Bmtes from being I rest*, of,so dividing the powersof Government,, not available, to the minorily. It is for this I gu tcrnmentsulcly, because the South would '
fer wfftr'each oilier cut cernirtfc your relation the equals'of the Northarn:Slates to a position thai to a common Government, otrty those reason t that frequent elections ofour rulers take .' not consent lobe legislated out of them with

with the general Government grid the. nonfeekiitnffit&le of-colonial I inferiority. But when your cxdlu 1 powers should be granted, which mut 'utfcctU placo in our i.ystcirt' free government, in or- her institutions ; and now that this object is accomplished c
of the Union on the subject sion is not from a mere lust of powrr but Is'' the people composing it; equally in their tier that the people,by their dia-ct intervention,, I : by Constitution presented by
#fafc institution of|laverr.) \Ve'deem only a further step in thu' progress of things, operation whilst ell powers over all interests( may change the majority. But tub resource California, these conservativeshrs; : advocates
ilp tope 'to lay before you as briefly iii tho aiming at the abolition of slavery'' in the :'tute' local or sectional should be reserved to local cannot avail us in violations'of! the constitution : of law and order-are eager to admit

l *, subject .ill' permit the result of our delibcrnoilV by the extension and multiplication of{ non-- or 'sectional governments is uprooted from & which now press and harrasrtbc; : South ht'r., without right or precedent;into the Union. .
and cawitll '; .. '. slavcholding States in the Union. the preten- their'Coiistilulionl Local and sectional inter- By changing' their representatives,how can the YYuare aware of the inconveniencies the inhabitants I'
I In order that your 'onditioQmnl: Lc understowj.nniliheconcluuionii I sion is seen to be as alarming as it is insulting. eslsabsorttyhe time and business of Congress, i people of flu South utfect the majority iu Congress of California may have 'suffered for 4
at which we hl1ve' Tho Sotilhcrn Stales in.their Legislatures, set and thus, a sectional despotism totally irresponsible and restore Iho constitution ? Tbeir Heprtiscnlalivcs want of civil government tt established by Congress ,

arrived tc juMl) Ippn: ated. it is necessary forth with great unanimity the, rights in our to the people of the Souih.c6nsiiluted; are'true ; and have done all that ; and therefore, are prepared to yield '
briny to icier too few past tranractions.. territories belonging to them in common with oflh'e.llcprcscnlaiivcs of Congress from the I men can dc), to preserve the constitution from t r ash on account of the circumstances in whichthey Mffl:

His now sixteen Tears since the institutionof the Northern Stales, and declared their deter- Mon-sldvc-holding. states,ignorant of our feelings the aggressions of he tjority. Removingthem f have been placed ;. i
b1 lv erv in tbe South began to be agitated in mination maintain' them ; and finding hi ,condition and iri's 'tutionsrcigns; at Wash I and putting other Representatives in The next measure in perfect. keeping with J ;

Cir.|-refti laid assailed by our sister Stales. the Northern States up disposition to abate ington. These arc the fruits of your past forbearance : Congress, could have no effect in restoring the this first feature of-'the report." It takes! from

4 { 'pat, drat'.tonic. the people of the Northern Iheirdcmnnds, the Convention in which we and submission <| constitution. It has been broken by the representatives Texas, territory sufficient for two large State, I '
States aw lttihaveresPactedtherigbtreserv are assembled has ,been brought together io I If we look into the nature of things,such results of the people of the northern and aJds them to New Mexico. What' thin .
: \\o the Southern Slates by tbe Constitution take counsel as to tho course' thc Southern !' will not seem to ba either new or stran :e. Status, who sustain them In their violation of bill contains with riwpsct to slivery will! I j
pnb B\a feted under the conviction, that Slates should pursue, for ,tho maintenance of There is but one condition in which our people : the constitution.. It is clear that the ballotboxin I be of little consequncc: fur it is dcsignedtthut \ I 1
the cubje tfOt lavery being beyond ,ihe legitlatipn their rightsliberty and tumor,, '1 can be safe under the dominion another the South is powerless bur is! protectiod-I nexi winter New Mexico thus constituted; 's )

f:. it on the part Congress was equally for bid- transactions: and they forcq upon; us the ) entirely identical. Then, tho .dominant, cannot liou of the constitution by the majority, {|rsvcntp j admitted as a Slate with a Constitution excluding a
den by the Con titutiun. But at-Ibis lime, a question, in what condition ,do they place oppress their su,rj'ct people without op- : its restoration to its mt grity. Tnroughuut slavery from its limits-far ivithbtit ';, '
portion oftbo'pc iC lthe North began to us- Southern Stairs ? And! .Brat tvhnt is their J! pre&,tng thl.mlv(*. Tho identity of interest ,he northern t'tales, then has be-'ti no in- such exclusion she cannol hopelo he admitted li1''

t ann in Congress, the iiiMllution of slaveryandto j condition in ',C1rThe time was.when. between than, is the security fur right. govern : f'icaiii| of any change in their plicOa the by the non-.lavi holding State.-* into the: !i!
1. ompliah their object of drapping it into j your Ucpretteiitativcs in Congress, were neither ment.I Hut us this identity can scarcely ever I contrary, the majority against tho South' is j Union. The effect will bo that territory over :,

,. .the vortex of cong'rmionu'l( Icgislntion they I, offered nor would they tlidure, reproach exist brlwccn any nvo people, hl.1crpLcars I greater in !ljy present Congress than in the ; which slavery now esistseqia to tWOStateswihl
claimed! the right of petitioning Congse upon in your bt.half. Bulfir"maiivtJirs pabtthev .but onu' lo'timony nslo the fate of a subject last t", following! : Inc ustiaLcour.se of every suece.Si.ivc ; be wrested from tiu South aid will bi:
all subjects .whAto.e er. As u petition is have heard you ill Ct egress habitually reviled I people. They have always been compelled election for years past. Nor 11:1'eye given Uri tt, luni-sliive-hoUing: .stat g" Th r rI

-vely thet step in legislation it wus clear by tho monjijiprobriuscpiihetson'accountii/ minister to the prosperity and ajgraniisu- seen in the mtioll'of the states, with few exceptions pretext is, that there i is some doubt as to ikeI
Hit J.k. 1 to' etition.ft legislative body% must the institution, offclavery i l if their spirits are anent nf their eras .-o 0 '. this has always any proof orreiufning sense or jus- I, boundaries; of Texas. Texas by her law,
etunbroken.ihfy, must bcchijlcJbyascnso t ] been the case under _51j I a ary ditfernnce of tjCQ'to us, or of revercnca'fur UHf constitution., when she was admilied into the United had
ii isy'our oj rep a.., ', tilt irParrnfgneiias am .' tft more cert' .. -
lado. _
that Wbldh'hcbainb mural or legal right resofulionli"niJmiu U 'neY th)9 a,1 ci N .
tribunal have the power to 1re1ceivo criminals Slavery isdrng;wl Into every {iericnceof history be realized, between theptGj.liofthe 'bu\iyC.fu reiteraie |n the ri:);;iTtJnsive'fJrms r cognized this boundary, ti ; down a line '
NorcatLany Wcotulder aoy matter beyond its Ju- debate, and Congress has become little else Northern and Southern States. their former declarations against our rights; I}' of limitaHon! between the slave-holding: and
than in the hands' of fcbol- of climate and productions and when Senator, repre.cltiu!: one of1
icstrument a
The claim therefore to present pe- a grand fort: is a.difl'crcuci! great non-sla\'choilling Stales-(being the Missouri ?
': rMiction.titiun.oC ress on the subject of slavery itionists defrade and ruin the South. instead 'throughout a territory stretching"along the ,henl,-anxious for the purpctuatioii of the UnJon Compromise line of 33 deg 30 tnin. paralleled
, the Southern Representative of pear .and protection, aggression and V'hoje belt of ihelernporaiczoicuffoctiigthepursuits I has ventured to advocate s imctiiing orjus- :
- lalilude lhafvery other
of North
considered by )-Ihrougii
v.e indirectly, to insult on the South, characterize its proceedings and characters of tile punplo: inhabiting Lice to thc:. outh, he has been rebuked! bIhe which is part :. 1
t' n attempt her right to nuw -
tcritory questioned.
generally and
jurisdiction over the subject itself, in and councils. And what is your 'condition it. But the great difference-the 0:10: great l/gislituro ol".tho: State he represents, Her boundary of the Rio, Grande to. its :
assume of the Union' The object without with respect to your sister States Where differenes.ho greatest which can c.xUi among ; denounced for his fidelity to the consti-- source alone her this country; and was ;
all p alls the overthrow of slavery in the is that respect and comity, which (due fromnllnatlcns a people is the institution of slavery. This tion. This resource then, under the ordinary thus recognised gave and ratified by the'resolutions '
disguise,but was vur ussailant& framed the petitions toward'each other) is more especially alone sets a part the Southern Suites a peculiar operations of the 'cun. titu ton, i is of no avail.- bt annexation.-To vidicate this boundary for -
filates; chle5Y8.una\tllvery in the Dis- due from States bound together in a'' people-with whom independence as to And how is it with the present Congress, thq Texas as d member of the Union, the Mexican
r presented, and which was is the condition of their .other source of redress in the usual aJ-
Territories and confederacy, once displayedin their internal policy, only
trict bf Columbia and our n- uathtn* I war took pfacc; and In I tie treaty of Gu d3.-
all their intercourse instead of andsympathydenunriation rule- themselves, or ininislralfo ofthu: constitution ? Yet
, what they call the internal slave trade ; respect ;xiste ce. 'J'hey.must lope Hidalago, it was timullyvindictted and
and hostilit in the wprlu where African diJiin to n,'rl the discontents which so
on ac, perish. Every colony has been 1
of slaves from one i the
transmission i sillied, bv a clause in treaty, designating
t Southfern het. Is, State to another. Conscious of the count of your institution slavery,' have for slavery existed with one1 exception gas ,justly exist in the youth, or restore a bleeding ]i the Rio dranae as the boundary between Mux-
past characterized the'communicationsaddressed been destroyed; and ifthis has been the case coti.titutiun. All we have received has |;1 t
fatal tendency of the agitation of Slavery Jn years leo and the United Slalcs.-Thus by the law
to you by the Northern States. And I under the old and effete governments of.Eu been bitter denunciations of our nv titution$'
the peace and stabiliiy of [lot Texas, by the legislation of eon re.s. and
to destroy I
Congress what is condition in tbe Union ? The under the dominion members of Congress-, and threats
Use Union an fort was Rude supported by a your rope, will it not prevail by many ': by a solemn treaty of the United Slate, to tho
of the Northern Representatives, non-slavebolding Stales stand ombi.ncd. not the restless people of the Northern Stales lo coerce us into submission Although nothing ;.I Rio Grande is'the western boundary of Texis.
luree portion it ba rule in the House of fcepresentatlvc only to wrest.frpm you your common proper 1 They do n6t practically recognise the infrriorttyof has,been done, a report has been' made in I I Yet the pretension i is set uphut' her territory ,
suppress vhlch. ,, that. all pcti-iI ty, but to place' upon your front, ,the brand the African to the Caucasjun' races the Senate by a committee thirteen members, 'i docs not extend within three hundred miles of
I I 11081011tbe.aubJec10, provided,.should be neither of inferiority. You are not to extend, on 'account i They do not realize, because the circumstances which Is now pending in that body : and as the Missouri Compromiseline, where Congressin

cenfclderod printed or referred, This rule ofyour institutions but they are' to i in of their condition do not compel them to the measures it proposes have; been pressed I receiving her into the Union cI : rmbed!
t and multi the shame and sin of amalgamation South worthy of her acceptance,
ed bar the .people of the-Norihernl crease ly'lhat realize, the impossibility an upon the as that her territory should be divided beiwesn
.u.> Violating that clause 9f the Constitutieo'which of!slavery, may by their philanthropic ,Agency .' between the races. Excm;>t Iran the institution we deem it proper to lay before you a brcit the slaveholdin! ant non-slavehq fig States.

l Btetesas prohibits Congress from ,passing be extinguished frorp amongst ,,. ou. But slavery, it is not surprising Ibat th.eir'l consideration of the mailers it contains Texas is the only State in the Union which .
the people from peaceably asewrtfeg the.worst. feature of your'' condition is, that il I sympathies should! be against us, whist This Report embraces four distinct meas has the solemn guaraii of the Governrnsn: '
laws to prevent and pct1Lionln;for a redress of griev- is progressive. As low and humiliatiog as it dogma on which they profess to build their I urea-1st the admission of California as a of the United Slates in every possible form to f

j aMes 1a December 1644, this rule /eU be- now may be, it is destined, |Jf not' arrested, to system of Free government-th&absbluie rule of State, with the exclusion slavery in her con-* her boundaries. Yet this is thc Government '
" forethealfnostiinanlmoup ,voice of the North ;. "a lower deep." Every effect t is a cause; and the majority leaves no barrier to their powerin stitution.-2d Territorial Governmsnts to be'! which disputes them; and; under the pretext

,C1.lttld.uQlimit.ed: peter of introducing the spirit of fanataclsm'brooks no delay in.the the affairs of thc General Government, and erected over the territories of Utah and New j than they are very doubtful! proposes lo take
r" AflSccffl-dderingthe subject of it every in Con. progress il creates If you were to yield! ev leads them to its consolidation. Religion: too, [e.xicoWth nearly one half of Texas to be : 'from her nearly one halt ofl her territory It .
r1ed. In the D q time, the thing the North now requires--abo'lish.slavery I false or al-fircs their enthusiasm ncainst added to the latter. 3d. The prohibition of i.s by virtue of such pretensions, that by the l
t 'c.' "oObc sa Northern people snowed clearly, in the District of Columbia, submit to the I an institution, which many of its professors the slave trade in the District, of Columbia ; I I; bill two States are to betaken from the southj --
; t i legislated pirates for conveying slavts from I believe to be inconsistent with its principles for the re-cupture of fugitive -
t JEtotionot fJILTryID Congress was and 4th., provisions j era and given to the northern States; and thus
one Suite to another let trial by jury and the and in the non-slavcholding States. 'i o
t thiNy 'mean. they relied on, to.over- precepts.To slaves : wrong is aggravated by compelling us to pay
: .. Iristittation' i throughout the Union. writ ofJIabeas Corpus, wrest: from you in the I expect forbearance from such a people understand whether these measures are consistent for itlhrotun the treasury of the United States.
W' eci up amongst them and Northern' Slates;every fugitive slave, give up under such circumstancestowards 'the institution with our rights and worthy of our acceptance 'It undoubtedly proper, that Texas should

N'.P'P Jfore)ired to gQ abtoaa, to exctd|adi your territories to swell Northern arro- ,I slavery manifeslly vain. If they each of them mudl be considered I be quieted as to her boundaries; but she should "

. thtlatn JeMertrt l we 1'e,avary id .the ,Qtti_ 'Stated feance and predominance, would things stopiiheref have been false to the compact made with usa separately.The !be quieted by a law of Congress, plainly acknowledring ;
weyelorttietrtq,frj" 'b fTslhrelm These are all means aiming at one the constitution, and have allowed passionand South is excluded by the bill from the i them. If after, her boundariesare
O-Z4&1 the South, aDd \e protect' them blvlor great end--thaj:abolition of slavery in the prejudice to master,reason,they have only whole of that part of California )lying on the 'I, settled the GeneralGovcmminMy carryout

... rB. Although the Coostt- aisles. SuritStdering one of these means you exemputiied thai frailty And fallibility of our Pacific, including one hundred and fifty thou- i the purpose of tee constitution, or itf good
fltgitivca will but l inflame the power by which another nayy which has producedJhe necessity ef all lone KilSf ref*"rrit rv' nr-l if 'sili faitttvfulfil all thClpbli :11()n.stlu annexatibn: !
/ f' .u1 r't&ftIJ1. b &hel will be meisd -end when all ar 'I produces wrong./ '.rt1 .&mfor&Shaving ...r (. w I"bili'.m is W r1 flllon, .J&S&F*.* the ,-wrfe of Texas to the Union requires should thidk r
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theyy lb BliliHarrestedt In.GR7.Yearsttvent entered hfi popular mind cC Hienonslaveholding the United States and all the arrangement may oo* uiioirjecuoTrjuic: .
I t l1ew non-w*. jj: States .,be ad- once ilbrnia belongs to
nv may States; for aclion.aml control in'that territory, But arrangement concerning her territo'ritts -
'ttert'No Ided to the Union. who stmsau; -? now action by the individuals any
,y'trtlhulscion' t, .,._ hbII. TidaYe-holding, may become nonslaveholdingStates. ; the test is inevitable.'-If unrestrained by us whether -from the United,, States or from the which leaves a shade of doubt as to the t

I .: trf tll ned' and calculated 'em Thee then, toil be np heed .as now they will goon, unliil1 African slavery will be i rest of the world, appropriating (tiie soil to right of the people of fhe South'to enter any 8. j .+
thia provision of the Constittb. 0. r to put aside the constitution to reach I swept from the broad and fertile South Tn themselves or erecting, a government over tt, 'portion of the Territory, which' according to ;
iw.t\h l1T 1keId law* virtually nullified non-slave-holdinj States will then have thepower periance teaches u$ thcre.cah be' .no safety in I no ProIieysense of the term'j. but are citizens neither Texas nor the General Government \
d by .Congress .to aid 119K. in and thred from whicn theyhave have right to make. The terms of annexation ;
t by two thirds, Congress submission.To .. of the States or. countries I any
woicuutent with the Dilation rthsor tbe States,to mend the constitution submit to evUsiowqver great whilst tneyore come, and tc which they still owe their | constitute the compact of Union, bttweca / i i
I cr.I1tt political circles, the,'Northern and then have its express sanction consummate endurable, is the disposition of every peo- I alle-Mance. When therefore Congress attempts Texas and the other States of the cq- '

i ..'.i41t also into the religious maocia-i .l .their policy. Your condition is pro I Icressie. -especially of an agricultural people, living i to carry out and confirm a acts of these individuals j I red'-r. }--and this compact securer irrevocably
u 't t and _, association in their stale and the people of the sliveholdinb.: : ; .
I .- g Over rte uuiuu, UHW --- apart, and having no i crt tin; California into a i to .'
I t _> 'tboUethoiist and Baptist chur- If from the past transactions t we have nar- pursuits. But the responsibility of preservinga 'excluding slavery therefrom, it u the same the right of entering; with their property all I
methods of with all us members t I lying 'south of 3$ leg/ 30 rri\j. -
I 'rei\ilt.or Jbeao various ,rated, we learn our ,condition in the Union- a government rests thing as bif Con;;rosl had ori-mully passed a her territory
.! my la the Southern States, was, teach us also that our past policy d!non. whatever may be their pursuits,' and not alone law,to thi effect, without the intervention :;of, north latitude whilst from all her' territorylyin" '
! t" stelh* grand topi: of inttret and' they and submission to aggression cannot with those who have the power or the will to these individuals. The exclusion of slavery 1 north.of that ling, they are, excluded.

IA Cocgreai, and nut of Con. action ns and safety;. When, the doors destroy it A minority by. submission, mayas : from California done by the act of Congress, 1ne bill in the Senate makes no provision for .
I elements, of bring peace constitution, as a majority constitution out these terms of the compact, but'leaves
:Ute ffioot iarportant l of Concresa were thrown.open'to agitation on much betray the and bv no other authority. |I
Il td Untoa. Thus an institution the subject of slavery, if the Southern States by aogrcss on.. The constitution does not protect of California becomes the act of Congress ; ia doubt the right ofthe Southern people* ;.
io tfeQ Scj ttieTC Suites exclusively had moved with energy to avert a state of a majority; for they have all the powers of arid theWilmot Wilmot proviso it contains, is ,the I throushout till the territory 'propped to be purchased -
froin tbair exclusive control ;andMttbM unconstitutional itself, and surely tend- the government m their hands and can protect proviso passed and entrcel by the |, ; whilst'many who support the bill declare -
Jprbteetion which :is the Jreae. \| things the slave-holding and non-slave- lh mselYes. The limitations(constitution legislation of Congress. Here then, is' that !: that in effect it c'xdueg.c:1tireIy !he I pec- l
aad which the Con* riir to brine into collision-although late it are designed to protect the minority-those zclosion from this territory by thcnct of Con- of the Soulhhern Status from alt the ter/itorv !i
to all holdineSlaies subsequent against those who have it. southern St.tc in \ purchased. Too least evil therefore the bill ,
Ualtod'Slates gutr&Dtecs not have been too late to stop who have no power, which almost every '
Northern might and duty of self would not submit j bring to peopls: of ins Southern Stain
:Cheir IrIdtutioDt the enC1OfCbmen upon our .rights. But Hence, great motive protection SeUn'ion has declared she I can } .
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j,; .lltl 1ii'o\ .. If. Three I times in Congress, during tIicontroversy On motion it was.ordered that said Report session of FIorida7anu .who-subsequently lived Howell, \V 1ha.m.H '; '

Cut; ; you will have: very inadequate conception the. South has proposed tho Missso-: J be amended by admitting all proxies to seatsin and experienced the,'progress of American: Dcbgales from the) zec l-Johu. p ,
lit'th? importance of tho territory* taken vrt compromise, which has been three time | Convention, and the report was concurred ker- tDekgatesfromtheCar 1
laws inthe
institutions same
Government and i
.r'tmTtxas: : by the bUt.if you confine your rejected by the North: Twice she has proposed ,I in ns amended. > S
!! 4 .views to'Texas.' If you will look"at, fte map. I a compromise 'which she has consented On motion of If r. Mays while! .she was under Territorial government Water Harbor Precinct S ..or.

.: vf the United Sates, you will prcjve that: the to Icavtf it to the Courts of the United R/a lMl.; That it is unnecessary to occupy and who has since witnessed her transit f cornTeItorial -Elias J. Hart' *

I' territory proposed to be surrendered by Texas States to determine her rights. Instead tf ihfi time of the Convention by fixing a scale to State Goverhment. Who moire Dektatesfrumii Tfe Precise/-John Darling .

I'. $, 'Ins throughout its whole extent along thu requiring sternly their recognition by Con voting but that we proceed nominate a than such a man l' We have' such ,' Benjamin Moody ;,, & >
\VesternfronticroTtheIndiRnterritory. This I gress, fifteen sovereign States have consented; candidate and take the vote by acclamation. proper The Convention wororganliedd tIme .
is now u slavcholdinp country and must be to be carried into the courts of the country'', Whereupon, the name of Major John Beard, men in our midst,. and who we repeat nave ap-

considered as n part oftho South.Place and there to submit their sovereign rights Inn being submitted, and no other name present rendered essential Service in, the. elevation. of pointment of Dr..Jt1Inkli.D Branch President.

p along: their whole western boundary territory belonging to them, to their final ted, he was unanimously nominated by acclamation both. President Taylor and Jfo Cabcll/ aiidJ. Darling Clerk, J .", '
two non-slavcholding.$tates and how long nbitramcnU Their humiliation .did not win as tho Democratic Candidate for Congress denominatedthe After mature._ deIe1at1CIi
Florida had the honor of
: will the Indians bo able to maintain the institution the respect or confidence of the North and at the election in October next. ,, being announced the following Prear /

i i of slavery It tho agency! of_ Congress tha proposition was twice rejected. On motion of Mr. Mays ommittee.ottbr e. Whig.' .banner.. .Stale.. Her vote_& .in'Lu&the &Presidential 'L___ lutions the and
as expressing sense
is not ,to bo used, to ubolwh: directly slaveryin Tho South, in our opinioh might& accept one I was appointed by the President consisting of election it IS true counted DUI inrec, '
the Indian territory, this end can be easily other compromise, not because it is cocxteashro D H Mays, G A Croomo and R B Hilton, to yet she is entitled to some consideration)' but the people of the county upon thi ,.subjccti S

accomplished by the very means now in operation with our rights,, but because it has been inform Major Beard, of his nomination. she has not the honor of having one of her.. "Thatthe te lingoCnYet rat h&tiJjt'whitC. the :
I i against slavery in the Southern States, twice sanctioned by those'who have gone before On motion ofCnraway Smith, the President Sefninole Indians manifested rffctiog ia-
i J/< which? the Indian have little power to resist. us-Jf tho North offers the Missouri Compromise of this Convention was. added to said committee izens appointed to any Federal office Abroad. ( .
: 1' TJie effect will be, that the Indian territory 0 extend to the Pacific ocean, the as Chairman. ,n Somo bumble one like the one we are now their bosoms towards the people cf this State

large enough tor two more Suites will be controlled South cannot reject it, provided,a distinct recognition The following resolution was then offered speaking of would be more flattering than by;;their wanton and unprovoked'agreaioa* "

4 j tt}. the, non-tlayeholding States. Thus ; of our right to enter the territory by Mr. Ryan : none. S of July lost, which "hcatility seven .Mrs of
I by these two points in the report, tho South south of 33 dcg. 30 man. north 1 11 titude, is expressed Resolved, unanimously, That this Convention kindness, conciliation and fbtben ve
vrill States in C California wu in the We should take
lose four large compromise.: records with
Indian Nori line line between tho feelipgs jof theMeepest sorrow The "Adjustment"t failed to soften or mitigate, rend rl Pj ,so- ]
in Texas and two in the territory. this as a 'p rliton two and regret the death of the "Great Southern ""
V / all. Th6 non-slavoholdinir States willI sections ofthe union and 'beside this nfothing lutely necessary that the said Irafians afeotlld! J
I : tiiis cr," JOHN C..CALHQUN. Comment is unnecessary I our last Mr. Settle offered in the Senate :
I Ii' western of Missouri but what the Consitution bestows. Although t 7 bait t6ieir !<<
be brought to the boundary his name is his e ttapb. the amendment the t once removed own countryth9 1& ,
; following to
and .Arkansas ttloafc! their whole extent the Northern Stares would acquiro by this compro* c '" f
That. wo also sincerelrrdepiore the loss of i WeaL Their: removal (t, desired becaaaitfi
and will bound Texas on her whole northern Compromise three fourths of our vacant territory mise bill, viz : "That when new territories shad '
another valuable South FRANK.
..... 'Md'" western: frpaljg". Thus the southern they will have renounced the insufferable LIN ELMORE,son the of.thcj successr of, Mr. Cal. be admitted:as. States they shall be rajeictd inS tkt "the only meaiw' hich they can .b,

Itatej.wiU; J tie uemm&i, in by .the nonslavHrttfSiklfcs pretension oftfestriciing and preventing iheeXlensfun' .'houn. D alh-ltai removed ttfe in.the.mo- slaqayt as their r Constitu p'rescrv: -e lour!fro i- .
6a Itoiir& vhblo *e tem border of the South, ''whilst theft should. tr.t1t oobrpt1f.ri < S -* t.& 'f'i theiiims qfthetr adaiissionA'which tier relieved:-/i&tf thi'pcrcl terrors esf In* .
prescribe .
mag : ,, ... ,
essential -
declared '
--ll policy which they have extends, indefinitely. "Like thesummer dried fountain .". a di41if.a rPl' 60 j .t. -
I o the end Abolishing slavery in 'the south- Hiving thus) fellow-citizens, laid before you When was agreed; to by the following vote., ,;.
our need was the sorest, Therefore thopeope Otouoty of HHIs-
tan States. What compensate the South a stiitcmenttof your condition-your rights Which was unanimously ordered entered Yeas-Messrs. Atchison/Badgcr, .Bell.JJen-
fbrsuch enhrmous wrong and spoliation ?, and the rerhfdy which, under present circum- on the Journal of the Convention.On tp.be. ton, .Berrien, Bright, Butler, Cass CIoyipte- ,borough i eaire the Uenerarassembl/' this

I But this is not the end of your concessions: stancevyou should aceeptfwc 'leave you for motion of M D Papy, the thanks: ,of the mens. Cooper Davis, of Mississippi, Dawson, Stato, to pass'an act at, their next session di-i
,I ; I hy Jhis! rep rt. We must not only yield to the a brief space: of time.. -r [ Convention were voted to the officers.It Dodge of Iowa, Dolfolas' Downs, Foote Houston rectmt the Governor of tho State to eau thd 'r.

\ interests, but to the prejudices ot the northern' It is proper to stale to you that while we,arc was also ordered that the proceedings of Hunter, Jones, King, Mason, Morton, Nor. Indians to be forthwith: removed.la t!w lands "':
pooplr. Slavery existed: in jhe District of Columbia I. unanimous in approving the resolutions which this Convention be transcribed tbfpublication ris, Pearce, Pratt, Rusk Sebastion, Shield "
wjjen Congrea.. accepted the ccnsioti 6tI accompany this address, the delegates to the in the Democratic Journals ,throughout the Soulc, Spruance, Sturgeon, Turner, Under. assigned them West fth, M1ssh3Ij'RiTO .
I the territory composing it trom the State ofMar'lnndl Convention are not entirely unanimous in State. wood, Wales AVebster, Whitcomb, and Yulee and that the said act provide! the peons necessary -

-No one can suppose that )[nrJ'- approving all-the arguments contained in it; Tho Convention then adjourned sine die. -38. to carry the same Into OZeCUtIOC., In accomplishing -

Jan'!, a slaveholding State then and a slav* particularly such as relate to the Compromisebill B. F. \VHITi\ER, President. Nays-Messrs. Baldwin. Chase, Clarke. Davis the desirapqfmeosurethe people of
holding S&ie now, could have designed to pending; in tho U. S. Senate, though none S. G. ROOERS Massachusetts, Duton, Dodge of Wisconsin coftdence
give Congress any power over .the institution are in favor of that bill unless it be amended S.: RUSSELLSecretarus.\ Greene; Hale, Miller, Smith, Uphara, Hillstorough rely with upon tho
slavery in this territory. Independently of in conformity with our resolutiohs or in such and Wajker12.This? .. co-operation and aisistanco.o(,heir sister Bounties S

f the wroiig to the people of the District, to etnancipute Intoner as shall substantially secure to, the SAUGU8TNES decisive vote is denominated *.he udsa& throughout tho State. ,

their slaves: it would be on intolerable !. South the rights asserted: ;jn them. Until Con. and burial of free soilism. It certainly: received In the meantime in case tho General Government .
C cit to have,a District between them, gress adjourns we cannot know, what it will Saturday, Jnuo99, 1S50. War the Indiansin >
where emancipation prevails by the! authority dOor will fail todo. We must' therefore meet .. a very strong support, but after all should, make upon
<*f Congress. Congress, in the bill reported again alter its adjournment, to consider the FOR nRPSESENTATIV'E' CONGRESS.: what does it amount to,. it nothing; but a order to effect their removal, or the United

05 n ltt01t110 !so-cnilcd compromise, now be- final condition in which it will leave you. WS JOHN BEARD, OF LEON JO. simple declaration of a constitutional. truth, States troops be withdrawn from Florida, thenit .

t gins: the worfc cf emancipation bv declaring I S recommend to you, ajid exhort you to send and what iV: to prevent:any future Congress will be the duty of the Governor of tho Slate : JL

; .. that if any slave i is'"liberated brought into and thn free.District" If:| delegates from every .county and district in the Address of the Southern Conyeution- I frdm makings different declaration. The more, to organize and place upon the frontier military -,: J
ir salt, ,ho shall be Southern tatcs to meet us when; we again as "
H slave liberated! because he i is brought into scmblc. It i is no ordinary occasion which has This address will bo'found in our paper of this subject is agitated and debated tho more force sufficient for: its pro tlon. :1

iht Di !rict, the next step, to l liberate him bocausu assembled Us: together. The Constitution,and to-day. It is -an able document ,and clearly clearly it is shown that nothing but a compromise Ordered, that tho procccdi*' of this .Con '

huis tAt District, is not difficult. 'rho'power the Union is created, so long dear to your cluaidntcs true interests of the'South. We division lino will pvcr put an end to vcntion be signed by the President and Clerk.a.nd ,

to claimed and exercised trust it may: t>>rove a platform for the whole slavery question. 30 seems Newspapers arc
I tr- Columbia. isAhys by anj yoiir institutions maintained. ,
V ./ Concrciw. Many' of the ablest men of the I I South to stand'upon.. to. be gaining favour und'if'our. Southern men requested to publish tbe'suno-abo .V 1.

:, South" him denied that Congress possesses DEMOCRATIC STAT: CONVENTION: are united it, will in oJr opinion. be creed ordered that a manuscript copy of these pro-' .

I atfv such power.whilst all agreed$ until late- At convention of the Democratic party of A new Steamer on the St. Johns upon.. cecdings be forwarded to the Governor,, andy ;:
fin to int rere.with this inootitntion tho Stale of Florida,'assembled at the Lower '
Jythat, congress
; Wo arc pleased to hear that our neighbors the President of the Senate. and spcakef. oTIhe
whilst existed in Maryland Suwnnnoo Columbia countJ'l1onday'tl1
: s111\'ury Springs of assisted few Stockholdersin Onr Democratic 'State ConventionOur
Savannah of the'General
S by a House of Representatives Assembly
1850. ;
r :,\'irinila, would be a groJ$ breach or :) 17th day ofJune!
i : : iowurds those States, and an outrage! upon the On rnetion 'Of D. II. Mays, Cu!. Bcnjnmin F. Florida,.arc building. a new and splendid readers are referred to the proceedings i of the State. '

l' whole Suulh. How long will that facility Whitricr, of Leon county, was called llo the steamer to run between Savannah and Pilat- of this body. It will bo seen that the party. On motion of E. J. Hart, .the ConyentionS,

which yields to the prejudice against the buying Chair: and Samuel G. Rulers, of Franklin ka, this boat, we are informed, is now being was filly represented, undjhal the candidate then adj'qurnctl "sine die.
: ,ami NcHnjj| of slaves at nil in tho DistrictOf couniy, requested to act as Secretary.:
built in New York i about the size of the
Columbia ? Mr. Mays moved that the roll of countiesbe i ; for Congress was selected by acclam{ lion. We President.

For all! these frcrilices to, the interests and called'bfgining with tscambin, ami that Metamora, of LigIiCraft und proper dimensions believe Major Board wonld have preferredthat J. DARLING, Clerk. .. .

jircjudicu- hp'rf'ople ot tile North. tho South tho Iekg.tea: in altcndanca! from each! county and is guaranteed to perform fifteen i theij choice should have fallen on Jane
the I last inwurcotlho themselves when the county they re- THE LAST DAY OF THE CONVENTION.N .,
islundehyl compromise present miles an hour. Whether it is intended, to put > other person, but as his nomination was unanimously -
A' -the f giive'sla'u: Ldl[ as they propose' to prcs3nt is called, in order that their nanira her in opposition to /' or the other of the I 3HT1LLX,.J.0 *.13. 1850. .,..
desired he has
uucnd It'4-'T.4: understand the extent: rf the iiay.. be enrolled, which .was" jiccordinjjlyt (>' --, to" accept" In the morning IOD.Jud o'Teibf .'
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sisSsfaconfers. .n t 'yJ -i--i -L.4- : ... S r ; '" .
e"mus j' 00 t 10 Mr. ays mnveu1nta Oininhtt compo :compction1 wb'-flro. .rioC"advisedVhh the TALLAHASSEE, June" 2", 1850. of the adoption thiTaddress. lie'was" followed .
?tt '. cd of one Delegate from each county rcpresc*. speed calculated upon it would seem to us she Gentlemen I have received your letter of by Judge Wilkinson, of Bliss. with a
The framer of) the Constitution were ted bo hppointd for the of 'nominating -:. and beautiful
per purpose' could make two trips a week. The Savannah the 17th ;nlllt., informing me that I have been few eloquent remankswhe ;wa*
i ) feet I v Awaie that: the! General Government ( permanent oft.cl'rs of the Convention; nominated by the Suwannee Convention "as succeeded by Judge GpIdlhwaiteVbtAraJ, in -
..oulD han jbut little power to secure
Ji ... J4ieir lujrii'V l slaves in the nonslaveholding gentlemen wt'r appointed, viz; I[ ing up these boats and adding to the numbers party, at tho enluiirg election for Representative rights and their duty to maintain them tall .
;rat !t.rrllO wbul!c internal police ota State S. G. Rogers, G. A. Croom' N. W. Walker, as trade! increases.they secure 'Savannah to Congress from the State of Flor hftzzards For cogent and 'souud reasoning .:
IJc "unller' the control of tho and! It. B. Hilton E. I':. .Blackburn D. U. '
must Stijrto, Mays, ns the depot and trading mart for all the interior ida." there have bcenfew: durioj the 'Conven
J bv this chiefly could slaves be re-c p urt'd.- J. G. Smith. W. I.I'eV. IMl, S. utfiugt"n ; Though averse to political contents, and S diffident tion, that surpass that of the delegate front
!lhe Constitution therefore, not relying on the I IJ. Geo. Center D. Province; M. D. P.ipy of East honda, as it is now two thirdsof l of ability to fulfil the hopes of Alabama. '-'.
kgislation i of 'Congress alone requires! that aI I nml J. B. Cole. the wholesale and retail business of all that my my
friends the circumstances tha 'Joor" !
my Judge Sbarkey occupied the, .at the: 1
iugitivc slave; escaping. into n non-slavehold- The Committee retired, and after a short absence region of country, contiguous to the St. Johns nomination forbid me to decline it. opening of the afternoon sitting in fuvor of

in<'; ,State1: shall be 'tleliv red upon claim of returned nnd made the following report: is transacted in that city. Were they to put My trust, however, not for he success of the the substitution. In ttie-addrr.uolthe: amendment X":

I the party" to whom ho belongs. Fugitive For President, B. Whitncr, of Leon. on Propeller from Savannah to Key West, Democratic' part' only, but ,for the perma. of Mr-MucRae; of*Miss., .in relation to <
slaves nro put!ion the footing criminals and John Dro1V\rd, of'Duval, i of the Federal Umonr is a
"Vice Presidents t nence based upon the the Compromise bilk The effort of this distinguished
: I / to delivered by authorities. } A G.Johnsonof touching in at St, Augustine&cw Smyrna In. '
are up the I truth,and force of those principles which the juried S fully equalled the high.- '
)It these ;authorities do not t1nforc' the requirements II Sccrctuies G' Rogerof: lIamlliun'l I dian River, Indian Key,: Miami i and Nassau immortal Jefferson- made the groundwork of opinions previously formed,of.his high abilities. ;
of the Constitution, andjiid in tno rtcnpture .. l' ? s. Ilusellt of : '
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New Providence they would secure all the that party, and which: were. illustrated bv the :
t. \ and fugitive slaves,, ConjTr -' which 'ReportVas adopted. '
recovery lamented
travel, produce,and trade of the sea coast, nost Calhoun' He was followed by oEx Go. ILcmmord .of :I
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the Chair. '
"ss can do but little to enforce them. Tho Col. Whitnrr, in taking; made! his the
tiilt: providcn for; th" co-operation of the few acknowledgments to the Convention for tho of which :goes'now to Charleston in schooners.AFFOIKTMEKTS rance Accept of my, 'gentlcnj sincere,esteem individually! ,' assu. S. C., who spoke for abo thaCanbour! ia n, ;j

oiccrs!:: of the United States Government in confidence implied in his election. in appropriate S JOHN BEARD. strain of eloquenceonly; matched by the most ,.
a State, is practicallr quite insufficient to accompti terms;; alluding (in a few {:general marksto. BY :THE PBESIDXKT.-Chas. II. T9'Benj F. WhitnerD.3I.Jlayi S George A. gifted orators: of that chivalrous State. '
hits aim. What'can they do Iq such .the grounds encouragement on which the.I .Mcrritt, as Agent to take the census of New Croom and, R. B. HiltooEsquires The Convention; then upon a call for: the ;

t n State, as Pennsylvania, to recover fugitive Democratic party will enter,npon the approaching : Mexico. _' previous question, determined to put ,the;IMin, :
,,'Iu"C'S'?, Yet Congress does all that it can canvass, qnd tho importance of unanimity the ',Mr. CABELL will "declare uell.f' a candidate I q estiopein the final adoption of.the Address 1
to census -
: Young, as Agent
do i by 'Icgislatit/n, to enforce the Constitution, and harinnny in the action .oftho Convention.On as appears4 from the following letter in as reported by the ( Commtt! ,. and the t
I it only dues its duty to'the South. There can nintion( of J. S. Droomc, n Committee of' Deseret. vote being taken, the.severa} Slates Votedunanimoustyfqr
I ho no concession or favor to tho South in five, constting of:J. S. Broome, E.E. BlackburnM. J.N.Johnsonas, Agent to take the'census response to the Newnansville resolution asking its adoption. ?

.jjifina: : her only wlnt she has a right to have D. Papy, I I.. Ryan and W. M. Ives, was appointed of California. '" .' .- 1 him so to do. : The applause was IonIC and loud whettit.was .
; un'lur' the Constitution-unless, indeed, the by. the President, to examine tho'cre 1t1 Copy of Mr. Ct JtU', Letteri!] announced that the Address bad Dcen adopted *
Constitution lor her has no existence.. The dentials of the Delegates, present, and report. Of Mr. Merritt the person appointed, asAgeatto HOUSE or KEPRESEHTATIVES, May 21, 1850. without a dissenting, State. '

; J I billlhulI, is, in thejfi( irt place quite inadequate the names of those entitled to scats tOn take the census of New Mexico, we My Dear Si;: I have been much gratified. On motion the.na rnej of the delegates,were

; :Ic I i to restore to us our fugitive slaves, und in the motion of D. II. Mays the usual Parlia. have no, knowledge; and consequently cannot by reading: the.proceedings of a Public Meet ,called and. rccord' upon. the rote on the

., secon.I place giving;. the South nothing but mentary rules were adopted'for,the governmentof speak of his qualifications. The office to in* of the Whigs of our county held in New- passage orthe Address GOT. Matthew "f
:.:, what she entitled to. If this was all, there this convention.The ( nansvillo on the 4th inst. Miss hero arose and'gave a nhort b tdrrof
which ho is is that in the l hands
I i would be nothing in the bill for which we Convention then took .a recess until. 3 appointed one To you,as presiding officer of that meeting, the orgin of the Southern CooreoKoft ami
i ." should! concede anything t') the North. But o'clock P. M. of an observing and pU rwise competent man and through you to its members, I beg to tender vindicated .it frqm the .aspersions! .

'i it i hI qot nil. Un.der the pretext of bestowing 3 o'clock P. II. The Convention was called vill afford an opportunity of gathering much I my thanks, for the flattering manner, in who had misrepresented b ObJactze ''cIio- !

.. f on us n benefit, it perpetrates a usurpation on to orJqr. information. As the Spanish language and which you allude to me and express a desire ales! most .phatTcftll/ the'i ,Mr. f
k the reserved rights of the States. It provides: The Committee on Credentials then made the customs prevail in that country, it would seem that I should be a candidate for re-election'. to ?hOOD fn.X>rtgInaUnz'it, andaflcra few *&
that a slave may artaign' his: master: by the following Report; Congress. 'IJo- *:'. .iateiftemas-cosea. ; with the tarffliair tln;
I authority. of laws made: by Congress; before "The f/ommiUeo appointed to examine credcntials an indispensable requisitethat any one going I I have recently been induced i to abandon teoco: of nU Jm.r.io3s'or ntzzvzr ca..'
9 ihfcnftrts of the Slates and tho United States, f' report the following persons entitled too i among them expecting to report their true I my determination not to be a candidate. Let. TUZ m'l'JlDo ft.\'t' 1i same? S
I i. }" 10 try |his right; ,to hi., .fr, a4o.n-- -1.0"l -..-_' "-,,,u o '.:-.. .! ., j f T rWAnder.tsonTTVnienrtricics maDnernJHWeU1eao> ; n,,; .- 3r-tnp & 'i* rejK&sentaUons from all parts of the 'l'beCQnmst.
IL=- -- 3LUY '..'Lu jJuwUC 8taSl1T nnd C. ivKnapp, {by Caraway ancr-efpl lJnr to 1ZUrj -mnt me feel it my duty to the Whig, of,.the 'fa T"B W f&.' i
: "' It can; .abolish slavery Ip the-States. Thus' a ] Smith, proxy.) converse a nd be familiarjlgaould be a man of i party and to- n mr_" -Rtatp-. !_ .nnt.-..tv..._._..ttJ-..-_!:- -. _.---. on b1 tk eommiuee
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[? 1 po\Yet! is assumed in that bill which virtual For Franldin-S. G. Rogers.I ii good knowledge of the Spanish language, and public. r I.--- time- : *hbot2t ft c1T entl -
extends the of' For GadsJm G. A. Croome W. E. Kilcrese I5DbAIIttiursflOr make! public responseto .
ly jurisdiction Congress over alike conversant with (O pubJ&hecr Ytnl
and.Amer the calls e(
I fclavcfy in the State*. And this is a benefit W. H. Mitchell, numerous made on mo to present, ,andC UI., .( .dayg1Thmap I...
; I' i to the South Under u euise ot a benefit, the 'or Lton-D. F. Whittier Thos. Ilodson, B.Byrd ican Instilutions/yThere'' are men in either for myself reelectionIn to the people Florida .IS* a candidate. wf1. ...

'I' \ ; bill i is, useless as n remedy-and worse than R. B. Hilton, M. D. Papy. St. Augustine, Pensacola. or, Fernandina and the time S Resolutions expressive of th* d.k_

: i 1, useless lonjsurpations. Sirh are the Tan..ousnicaurcs j I For Wokvlla-N Vt Walker. who are good Whigs, who did good service for good mean friends of Alachua, accept for yourself and the officer*, were adopteLunai hld

; which constitute. this comprom. J For Jefferson-Caraway, timith E B Black. Gen. Taylor in the last election,and who have grateful my appreciation assurances of my were responded to in the JaappleSt_ '
cfyour kindness. __
t 1
*ise.' j burn F'P Millers, Joshua Taylor.I by
_? President
T J I ft I l' I Madison-D H ,Mays, B Waldo, R G helped with all their means and influence to Yours, very truly Shariwy and Va P..w..t Vc
We do not believe that many of thoso.in the S Donald. The thanks or tbs Corytj
E. C.
elevate Mr. Cabell to his eminent CABELL. .
0 J S Broome, present position "
Mays tendered
: outittvhoatancarJ3daycxIrcsda willing- LEMUEL WILSOIT S the Trc tseaeffcofficm '
For Hamilion A G Johnson J E Tutten J who would have filled that office Esq. t Jk
: f ncpto support it, bad1,11 considered its imurt of the Odd felmra.! A1' :1
: ] Qr ever contemplated supporting it without \G Smith, J S Poviance", C Parish, W'Pumlngi credit,and who would have gathered a fund'of [COMXUXICATEI, ).] Ministers 01 the icepel Cot their __ieszg _$

I' material_ amendments. We fully tOfl.r' S information of more value to the the Tennessee deigszjca
appre. Government
Tampa, Fin.,Jtnrs 1Othir1850.The Cor.Jbeit Qalli
FurC'llumbia-S Hancock J M Crews J W .
: cit tnd i i ,
: : dulyhonor the motives of those who 1 hOlpttaJa _
S Jones W M Ivcs, J C Pelot W H R J than all the pay taking the census. Much Convention Delegates from the
AvoU'ul': D'store the ssenu, several On motion of
tranquility to country, nor Gea. Gord __
\ shall, ve impugn many form those who have J Kniiiht G Miller,John Funk, J R Durance, of New Mexico is a country as yet unexplored _Precincts of the county of Hillsborougo! ) TeDtiOD adjourned _die =.. IL.Ia. .... I't .

!_ assisted to iraino or, who kaveyicdetl: a support i'i Jno., Prevat, James Powell. I'I by, the American. A man whose duly it is convened for the purpose o(giving an,exprts, We cannot csmitexp""'QI Outl
to the measures. tho non-slavc-! For Alachua-Wm. Dell, Saml. R 1sscI to take the at the .
Why must and
1 I census, necessarily traverse sion to the wishes of tho people of the happy
.; :dll'l' : States do not these For DuralBufiingtonL Ryan, McQueen, I ntrupon l ,,:
,taI.i41rc unable support measures, McIntosh J B Colt, D C Prt'&COtl.V H GSaundersbno. I the whole country, and we know of no,situation the subject of the removal of the SemI, themeetfo-g; d.ctaskwio .'t I
I to'uDderstnnd. unless it be that i its enemies: had
1 I I 1 a.haughty[ fanaticism, inflated with success, Browardsr. G Christopher. calculated to force so faithful an exploration nolo Indians, ,assembled of the Court House to proved a Gwaro so fondly'bMft,'a, icjp iss3

t tlwiiaius! ;,fomplishing it*' object by indirec ,I-os St. .Johns-Geo. Center.. as this very one. Why could it not bare day At 12 o'clock. platform upon wb1cb. all.otb arkS 'b. .,.WI, j

tion. 'If iir-sc! measures however were real For Put1l4m-J I B Cole. been given to a native Floridian, some one' PXESXST.Delegate stand andourselves battle a .pa .. S
S I I. : J.r:1( ct>mj,:ronis9 in which thwfiouth had e- For Orange-J B Cole. who has ,
to manhood
\ For Marion David Provence. grown up and bad experience from the Manatee 'Pmrfnc/ Dr. thiz'day e
n'r fcains with' the North -
'I otJtlUtJl 41u l rxprdichrr( : for th :It" 'llfh would? to propos.I be of. I'', For .UJzrct11 D Papy. ,. under the Spanish government and institutions Franklin Branch, Jud c Josiah Gates.; consecrate eased, humble avevy POW tcf." ;!t'JrO Te p

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." U. ."...1. "' "' ,I AfflGIJ TREE AND f L'8TORY. :1 :,.. l'fot : An Ordinance to ampsad nn O diu- ''CZio1eeVroviaioU.'i i i ':1
ftit ._1 mt we'p1ACo' |' A California corretpenqent' of die Salem IX month after' date I shall present my accoG Dace V> prevcpt.lo eaUpping 'ow !landing at Wauon's Wharf Picoata'er!* f L'' ,

(tKaIdrergr anfce bead of our Gazette,Joseph VVaUivsaViillhat Colonel t ._> ta and, vouchers as Adminitsratrix of the or running of Hones la Vie mreet 1'G Bri, Oregon, 10 days froia cw York? I.' -

':' MiIaV 1ebCtk $dite i for ConSKMT Temple Tebbets oftLewiston Falls, Ju ate of William! Gibbons, Deceased, to the Hon. of the City of Angmtlae, passed 4U kegs Goshen Butter i : : .
lk formally II ned e of Probate of Alachua County. for a final la 137, Bad for other parppses. sacks RioCofl'e. 'iJ .
"ttI... sMer desiring the lion* Me., cut a tree.of thejredwoodj tpecies.in California a ttlement efsaid Estate, and shall at, the sam time, &c. 1. Be it ordained fa the Mayor and Alder- 25 bojea Itaisens. '.; "' [[/-ti'' .-

-S M ,. been ehoeoi by be unanimousI 1I which 'was two hundred and fifty-four :ipply for Letters Dismission asjsach, Admnwtra-! nen fifths City
*of. Prt7M I litstanikribsaerinthe i feet high, $pd measured at,tM top two feet in t UoaoTwhich all persona interestcdHn said Estate : and alter the passage of this Ordinance i any 2casChVe: ', 1,: i5 i- '

..1. 1'1)1 a respect l1amst rO d at the butt twelve feet In diam-{i will tale notice. person galloping or running Horse or bJ Lard J; :& ,t," f'i' i

aWl 4Oit-nt'ne ether from I'cter, and.the tree was woedrjnto lumber one;1 $fjgr ANN'JOHNS.Administratrix, Mule Iit the Streets of tho City any of Su Augustine 15 b*{ assorted Cracker .. ; -

.t li1ecIedCrom hundred and forty feet fronf Ibe butt where wr Per T.J. PKVATT, Agent.. i sfcfilj; conviction thereof before 40 bales'Hay. 2-' ,'! : '," .

moW tUHw pwfeioeftt NmI era of the party it measured five feet in d diameter. There was Newnansville., *.Jane 3d.. 1850.PtoBATtOrricx.ST.Jouxs. Justice of upon the / fine of Five 3d casks Ricv. :: :,'i' J
any a J-
peace pay .
fen Jti choice made from hun 10 boxej Sperm Caudle ;t t
vitli fe i dtotinnMttac *ot% 1 conj this giant of the [forest one : ( "',- t Dollars and Costs or be imprisoned cot less i: .

tlarrao r fortkkmpoasible poor dred and tenltf. shingles;,six!*It[. clapboards; 4., 13th March,1850. S than, Five nor more than Thirty days, ht the 5 3J dozen chest Dioom Tea. '
I :;Lwece hit worth.WerW1'wbsreaftct four thousand feet ihreoVby-four' Is,twenty .:
lIfod e. discretion of the Justice of the Peace before 1J boxes Soap. ',"' .:
Hula fa his two feet lon ; and there was leftt a moderate -: Admtniatraton,Guardians and others. whoth complaint be made of the viola- articles '
may Making complete. The arc now .
_I. known an4 esteemed throughout calculation,from seventy bt ghty cords Executors failed to file in this'office the annual tion of this Ordinance.SEC. bein<*hauled and at retail ur sold Jelivrrntk at IV S I i ,

le; fiftd 'wb re knwn best Is eoMfe of wood. The clapboards 'were'i ld for $ 00 accounts required the Statute ; are hereby notified, 2. Be further: ordained by the authority cohta. U. E.CARR- ,. .

t II.... % In OliO irreproachable per M.,the shingles for$56 per M., the joists that nnlesr'the same are presented without further I aforesaiJfrhat so much of the Ordinance to .- Co8Icctor\ Salc.H /

... ona pT&potle&i purity. Jbr $375 per M.,end the remaining part of the unnecessary delay,the prorisions of the law, against: :which this is an amendment as conflicts I with Tax of the vested in rae by law, I w .S. .
virtue power
: of South Caro- tree sell in San Francisco fire- defaulters in such matters willbe rigidly enforced
Tltt1li woujd ready fqr this Ordinance, be and the same is hereby re By shall for pale before the Court Hocs I'door
of oJl'Uiat ii iain wood'CLt; $SOer cord thus ut safe estimation G. HUMPHREYS. e of Probate. expose
,H JIea pure ; I pealed. in the city of St. Augustine on the first Monday .
.__ eiuniplary in'all the retirfe ,there was derived from |he workfflg'oftMaf March-1.6. _ _- I I SEC. 3 Beit further ort intcl. bu The authority of August next the following. described ropcrtyor '
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than the Democratic mammoth dweller of these forest ju .I.n rt.j. .J f+ '
.\.or primeval\ IS THE MATTKl OF THE GUARDIANSHIP OF ) aforesaid, That one half of all fines collected eo much thereat as M'lll pay me oiaic ana vouniytax
tIOMioHMack a candidate one who the neat little sum of$1IMVe ROSALIE L. ASD AtttED O PcxrALi.vrnoK V under this Ordinance shall go to the i informant for the year 1849,auJ the necessary expenses incident ', '

will Ibulmeaaaor. unfetr, cxpedi- \ would be inclined to doubt the bove cu&or. GAB. \V. PcRriti., DECD. ) and the other half to the Poor Fund of the. City thereto viz an undivided half.(f fifty ncrc i. ....
who, ccspliiog all the story.did Ht not appear in print; but we arc ,Probate Office, Sfa County, of St. Augustine. which s3id fifty acres of land was c'riyinnlly part of ,

et bas yet secured a do- somewhat like the .old lady who told a pretty \ 18tHfMay 185U. Passed in Council this second day of July the new Switzerland tract situated on the Kiv'rr St. I'

which ihp Uertwgopae caa tough yarn, the truth of which,one of her heard : P. ANDERSON having this day, as 1849. John, and bounded as fulloivs: beginning at DO'. .,

ro attAiD. h, ea I ged leave to doubt. t's as true as can SARAH Guardian of Rbl1u L. PF.KFAU., JOSEPH M. HERNANDEZ, Mayor. oak on said riverand running south & tgreesE ',,

.= wnf? icA let iJa5fotfiHfrlSSx :. a14 she, "did not I rend'. it in the news- and ALFRED O. PXIPALL, presented her ....II.f.r Attest ,CHAS. IlUOEJtl 9J chains, thence West 50 degrees. f; 35 chiim t <

.1" We haf f.great faith' in newspapers! settlement and allowance a appearing, that *he across big dam Creek to the JJ5t Augustine road .

r .. laaQlil (I above tree mast.bear some klight re em-v hath not; (as is by law jrqiiMiptfciven notice,of her l---- TOE 1BAGNOLIA. thence south SO degrees, B10 'auts ant i.0 links, 1 t
( .' blancejqjin oa.lc:wejBnce.iea4 of which grow intention to present the omeIt Ordered* thifaJI THIS establishment the mo t desirably ; along said rood to the other jj surrey, c'I
'li.l "r tJ"&th .1)r".wat:" 4 ,Uiss1sippIan,; peisonsItanywiieinerested in the Estates"of tbV .situated! of any ia die City having.4 prorainade 1 which as follows : it being liii\kt, .riverata, .. '. ,

J "il'" as trftglng to a Yankee of thie fertility u1'1I10'lO sai&Roeiie1'PerpalI: and Alfred O. Perpall;Laving of 175,feel"foelag.South, anrf( a street I cypress and runs south 83 : ,theac u"-C?4 *1-* l r--
DOW countrlf objections'totntte to the allowance of the said guardians running parrallel With the River and Ocean, consequently N 50 degree, E across MS da'Creek47hsT .
i to .y tlvVuiuoeratto. candl ato. lln his regiOfrlTo give a; practical l tilustrationjDfhis account; have notice to appear and state the not exposed to the North Ecast winds, has the said road where the bit line terminates now or I ;

;a piipk*, gs and optn1osII subject) be said :,that ho went tq same,before this Court; on or before the 29 ih. day of I I this last season undergone thorough repairs, cod now late belonging to the tlev. Donald: Mclntosh.II. ". .

taM..deMeJ & ffee 8ot h c5uldMwiiMMtfflCtlMi i 'thy.lA'Oodrib cut dowp an oak tree., ,Aft r he July next, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. It is fur- vies with any niniilar !ahmtnt' in the State,being D.CANOTA. Sheriff and ex-c-iT.

Jat yoketed to Congress, wilt cnr-. days he thought he would takea walk round iba a certified copy of this order, be published in the I -of itself .will recommend it to Invalids and Jan J.J850. ___ _ _
office that bulslncss ttxlot the,tree, lust to &e how much more be hnd .to .Ancient' City" News l'aperfor eight weeks conre- others. The high reputation thia House sustains : Tax Collector's. Sale. .

ry .Mfc MBfettHS and, rience in cut. *\Vben begot to the other side he t&;another cutirely and that copies.of the same, be posted up,on from its numerous guests, it will, be the present proprietress I ,:virtue of the powcr vested in me by law, I v {
.eo ,Ofwu lr3r eSp public man chopping away on the same oak. the outer door of the Court House and at some o her aim,Mas. Divu to sustain. The table ia Bj shall expose for sale before jhe CourtHouse '

1 tnfe wtkii are BO important to the faithful4lheM5' "I say,'! says our friend" how long have you public place in the County, for the same period of time.G. supplied with the choicest Game, Oysters and Fish door in the city of St. Augustine on the fiirt .,

\" it* 481*, A forth Carolinian been cuttinr "Just three, weeks" says the HUMPHREYS, Judge Probate. which our Forests and Waters abound,and no pains Monday in October next, the following described.

by Wrth fce srrad for Rfftebor cf years in strainger. The tree was so thick roundf that A true copy of the original order on ecord lathe jrill be spared to make the visitors 'of tfis House property so much thereof as trill pay the Slat

I t tfw bi-6* .ottll6! i l4JittJreor his na| they did not hear the sound of each other's Probate. Office of St. Johns County. pleased I nd Mtified., T and County tax due thereon for the year 184-9, and '

". tire Surt?. Declininjr then n CongressionalcarmtM axes!-AT. C. Argus. G. HUMPHREYS Very Respectfully, ,the necessary expenses incident thereto,viz: Eight Z
whteh WM urged itpaa him, be came St. Augustine.Yay 8w TilE PROPRIETRESS." hundred acrs of land supposed to belong to not-n .

10 Florid twelve yean since. In this State. 4Will you dino with mo to-morrow,llr_ 1 i .oIIce.- -. St. Augustine, Jan. 1, 1850. ,, Towland, a nonrtidentsitunted in the county of St.:

I 90say aetWi41tof ether positions of rejfponslbfiity. asked ono Irishman to another I'fin WO month (rom this date I shall present Florida JLaud Aciicjr.; Johns State of Florida, being the tame piece ot f '

be has held for nearly four years the 'Fain, and I will with all my ,heart,' H. my Accounts and,{Vouchers as Administrator undersigned as Agent for the respective land tbat wu allotted to Mary M. Dunham as her -"

JOgfely Jwportent office of Sato Register.TTtee Remember 'tis only to a family dinnerl'm of the Estate of Manuel' Romero, deceased to the' THE offers for sale on execedingly reason- share of her father's Estate at New Switzerland "\

tmanw in wMefa he has discharged JuA askln' ) &o.' *** Judge of Probate of St. Johns County.for settlement. able terms,the following lands among which are some bounded' on the 'Vest'by the River St. JohnsmtltSaI j

duties i / lands of Louisa Fatio the East by va [ I
: JOHN M. FONTANE, Administrator. North by J
bj a owjorlty approaching to unanimity. mighty pleasant thing What have ?' lands in the State.
you got Augustine May. 18,1850. cant lands,and on the South by land!*formerly otfn '
It aewreateinM for the party and the people THE ARREDONDcGRANT. red
,Ocb nothing uncommon, an legant pieceof IN by Eleonora Colt. ..f''UDle8ITutaandnpen
10 sty we&er they will secure the eevices of corn beef and potatoes.' .. .I. SN Otico is hereby given, thnt six ninths after ALACUUA Coenr.I s3rep:1icLbtrorethed3r i

suewffifl hi the caute of tho.State and of the 'By tho powcrs, that beats tbq yvorldl jist my date we will present to the Judge of Probate T9.R 18 ; Sec oDlll,14,15, 22,23,2t,2G,27. of sale. ,;

8Gutt The Sppeel ii to. tbcm. We make it dinner. a haIr -. barring the ietf ofiSu Johns County, for settlement and allowance, I In 9," 19 ; ," 2,3,8,10.11,, R; B. CANOVA. Sheriff and '- >

boldly eM,4 e14eatly. our-" accounts.-as- Executor's. .of the. Last. Will- and, 34,35,30,18,' Tax'Awearor and Collector St., Johns coAyril ; ,
A boy, who displayed a long dangling chain, Testament of Mary Keyes, deceased, and as Testamentary -' I 6,9. 27. 1850. : 'I' :

&UOCSSSFUL iaiirw was asked Guardian other I children, and further notice In" 9," 20 ; 19, 22,26, 27, 25,29,30. 32, ;Tax Collector sale.l .
iaform hereby given that we will at the same time apply I \
A vrortcterjrrtitn us rcccntlr, 'What's the 33,34.In
timo of Joshua.
day, I, 1 fl l\ virtue(the power vested in me by law, I shall' ;
to the paid Judge, for our final discharge, as such Executor's ", .,
tWio' seven acres of miserable( lIe drew 9" 21 15,19,20,21,22,23,29,
ptireI&sed out bis.watch very ceremonious]y, and Guardians.Fovrrjso ; ..a, expose for sale before the Court House door in ,
..ndfkMJQ nejcbborhood of Saratoga and after examining it awhile,'referred to another : Exec. and Guardian. 32,33,34. the City ot:t. AngnsUne oa the first Monday fcf Au- :
ruw slace, wchicb, by manuring and and : THAT ,Test'ry .Ia"10"18. ; 23,10,11,15,22,23,26,27, .
a years I asked. : BARTOLO OLUTEKES, Exec and fetfrj Guardian. gust next,the followingdescribed property or so tnucli ., ;
Judicious cqlUvatton he brought up to such 'ls this the figury nine or the,figury seven?' By G. N. PArT, Agent.St. ". 1.817,19,2030. thereof will pay the state and county tax due thereon i
condition that from three acres and a half He wasitold: that it was the'figury seven. ". Augustine, April 6 1850.* In 10 19 ; 13,14,16,28,29. for the year 1849, and the necessary expenses f '.,

only, he produced green fodder throughout the 'Well then, Joteph, it lacks. just about hilf> In" 10" 20 ; 1,2,3,4, 5,6,7,8,9,10,11 cident theretoviz: an undivided interest oi bOO acr" ". :'
In" 10" 21 ,
Macs, fwthteuccwL One bull'one horse, and an inch of Cltbt. Notice. ; of land, being eo much oft ceJtain grant made by the ; 1
*cvrn sheep and cut all tho hay consumedby gj IX weeks from date I intend to make application 12.13,14,15. 1222631. Spanish Government to John Huertas anJ confirmed .
'I will K9 to the Judge of Probate for the of fit. In" 10 23 ; 6,18,19.In" the Court of the United States eaiJHuerlaa.sitnatc
them in the winter. The hay, howeverwapletcod bet you a bottle cf Wine thnt you county 24. by Supreme to ,
out by the uso of rniu, roots, andtttW shall descend from that chair before task'youtwice. Ions, for Letters of Administration on the Estate of 11" 18 ; 1,2,9,11,13,14,16,17,18 lying and being on the St. Johns river
10" 11 ti 19
$ ,UfcAO .from the remaining' half of the .' : : Henry Kloune late of raid** countyjjTdecra, ; 212330.I in the county of St,Johnsi.TloriJa* ,above a'(.lace called .

seven 4fllt,'% ncn ho sold the laud, he reoverllw Done,* said the gentleman who seemed d--, FRANCIS BRID1ER.6w.Noltce. In," 11" 20 ; 7.18.20,23,24E'l-2 of25 the Ferry, about \twelve miles then from and below .'
I, termined St. Augustine, May 4, 1850. John D'KyanU,bounded on the south by bud of John
for what few not tu obey tim sumbonJ 1.20r 36"ll"2l
eeve4 an here, a so o- 37.20.33.N froRt
Mure,and thence east: to the head of Deep creek .
.was bougt for as many shil.'L. bediently. : /. ; ", 1,2.3.10,11.12,13.14,15, :
P'f'1oual, taking fn the east and west bank of said creek and
.. ,t '1 .' : ", 'Come dowZi ,1 will not' was the rent. SIX Weeks After date I will apply to the Hon. 19,20.21, 27. 29,31..33. bounded on the north by the south west line of Toco 9\r- '
; ;lli'1 l MTnU>Kvnr J.- : Pn tf1.el-SH.1 _, coac7, flaJot -'L.35.36., _, ', .
vVo te ii"'p lo out'r t-m+* fc vacccssfbrthe The gentleman having no desire to retain Letters Administration on the Estate of 'FrancisX. H 11" 23 ; :' 6,7,19;30.-31 "" John'Bensod foJ,9b .sqposed4' ,,".' .... '
fut fhrMInr last few years IInd have deceased. beon j to ufBrooklyn, New York : :
jft itykb> Jb Bd.lhit intelligence and '11. care his position till that period, came down fro 1 THOMAS NELSON. ARREDONDO GRANT. R. 8, CANOVA, Sheriffm.l h.bfI !;
of tha and best the chair, and the party won the wager.- MABTOX COCKTT. _, Tax .\sscssor. nod Cultor' J' .
,,1\It tavfBHPfon cxperlraants > St:Augustine,April 20, 1850. In"12"18 1, ,3,10111,12,14.15 .
,. ; January -.la
the work _
praeiiswitTOhers,furnished ground MAIL AItRANGE ENT8. .' In"12" 19 ; Ie 2.,6, ii. 12. 15, 16,13; 19, .
for the superiofitv of every ony who has at- IotIcc.Sil 22,23,2 'faiCoiIecLor's'ale. I
lalnf eminence in So much Due Mondays and Thursdays by 12 M. WCCk after date I will apply to the Judge 0,21 virtue of the power vested in me liy law. shall .,
to agriculture. In 12" 20 'E 3-4 of 10, B'
Close do do iIIP.M. of ; Ift3,5,0.7.9. for ale before the Court ,
fttr book farmiug.--Mricall 4tricullurisl.LIGIII' Probate St. Johns County, for letter 11,14,16.17,18,23,24. H.j:- tluor in
p_ -- *of administration on ,the Estate of Francis X the city of Augustine 6n the first Monday cfAugust -;
ln"12 26 ; 1, 2,3, 4, 6', 12, 13, 15,
Notice. Sanchez, deceased. 21,22,23,24.n"13"23 next, the following de:ribt-d propf riy. or tx' 'f
'; AND HEAT FROM WATER. weeks afterdate I shall apply to th*' Judge tof PHILIP FRASER. 7,18,19.. much thereof will pay the State and County tax fur r

TM discovery uf Mr. Payne out does ali the SIX in and for the County of St. Lucie, t or April 6. 1850. Cm ; GEO. R. FAIRBANKS. the year 1849 and the necessary cijxnjej Ucidn. i

woodent ot this ate of marvels, and realizes letters of Administration Upon the estate of F.;M. K.. For Sale. St.: Augustine Feb. 16, 1850. thereto, via : 370acres of land lying nod b-fng on- I I
the head of Maaltrie! Creek in the Cwuntv ,of St.
Mouuaox, late of raid
" the mart extraordinary( visions. The fact that County. Hammock land situated and
tract of being near
; John, in the Stoic of Florida al. milts
out three West .
t F. ; A
< fire end
water, tight
br4ecempo&ing : the ricolatt Road, ten miles from St. Augnstlne -
of the of St.
city | lands of :
bMB pfdJuceJ,if ailvBtcd by living'witnesses June 22d. 1850. .x./*- named Eat Head Augastinebonlll'll North by '
pot the place of Spri* $900,000. Joseph FontaneEast and West by lanIsand
efll thom U Purrit the ,"learned Black- Notice. V* ''gert< Hrnck," containing 500: acre, which tract THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE south byjands adjoining Bushnel's'Milkfite, '

*;" wdlo the USes to which the new al.- ,SIX weeks after date shall apply to the Judge of : widgra'nted to Flora Leslie, on "the 12th April 1816 COMPANY '. by the Spanish Government Joseph lMr'j granted>m* the ,

ejry mn be applied, are readily suggestedssIUco in and forjhe Ooonrj; of:St. Lucie. for ,and surveyed 17th June 1817. OF NEW YORK-NO.35 WALL St., : figures and marks of which are .rt-prfmuted in the-: 3

; BUf tfou9 aud important. The im.sktlon letters of Ad tnfnUt ration upon '"the*estate of Joan Apply, to Pan, .BIlE1'.. V mET Accamnlated Fund, NOT..1st, 1849, $900,- Plat and Survey thereof made by Robert McIIardy." '" >

ia feeble to comprehend the chance I Blftxci, deed late of' said Codnty. WILLIAM CLARKE. 1000| ,securely invested in bonds and Mortgageson : and now, belonging to the Estate vof Edward, UGibson. .

)".l create in the world if it praciiity .WILLIAM' F. RUSS LL" 8L Augustine, AprilS 1850. real estate in this city and Brooklyn, and stocks. .; : .

ca should continue to be proved. 8cl- _June 22d. 1850. ; Choice Groceries, Provisions, : of tha State and City of New York and United 1 U-CANOVA.. ,\, FIierifTand ex-ofi! '

enceaiy wed boast of it as one of the nmnd- Mou a., ., ( : Groceries,' Provisions, .now discharging States Government. Tax Assessor and Collector s. j r '.

egckioycsot* of any age, We await fuN SIX Months after date I bill att'my account FRESH brig Benjamin Carsnr, 15 days from New This fund is rapidly increasing by' t widely exten- I Jan''1, 1850. .

\kr deveiopfitcQU in regard to this cxtraordimuy ;voucher as Administratrix of.use estate of York., We solicit the attention of the Trade private ded and prosperous business. :' Tax Collector' Sale.B .

. I discovery with much interest. MeanwbHeyJet Charles W. MeMain,deceased to the JSdgt of Probate families and others, to the large and extenfivs The declared a dividend ol profits of fif I Y viriae of the power vested in me by law I shall t II ,
Company J
it* not be astonished if the way is of Alachua County for a final settlement of said Stock now being received lad offered to the Trade n all existing policies oa the 31st expose for sale I before the Court House doer in '

BOW opened to others equally not more roiraaiiioHa. state and shall at the same time apply for letttn of original packages, customary terms at Charleston of ty-two January percent 1848.on. I .I the city of St. AnSiuiine on the first Monday of August .

lie who only yesterday.wrote the dism ission is such Administratrix of which all perIODS prices; i next, the following! described proptny or so much .

/-H co f.Streftro jnay, in all probability, interested ia said estate will take notice; ", 200 bbls Flour assorted brands, 95 do P Ho t Bread All the Profits'ofrc divided among thereof will pay the state and ounty tax due therr. : '
himself be shortly called upoh to MARY McMAIN. 20 do assorted Crackers, 1500 bushels Corn, 75 bales the In nrcd.Th'e on for the year Id49. and the necessary expenses incident -
: PfPSTO* A tratrii. Hay,75 bags Oats 50 do Brand, 15 bbls Mess Pork, premiums are payable in cash annually, sem- thereto,'viz: the undivided ont thirj of 1600 ;:

,Rqu cwuy/wnurn.. a i Jnejs185O. .. 2 hhda Shoulders,2 do Bacon, 1 do Hams, tierce_ annually, 'or quarterly' interest being added on the acres of land granted by the Spanish Government to :

,dried Beef, 15 bbls Lird, 35 kegs do 25 do" BntteBj6cask deferred PaYD1'nt8. I Samuel Betts, deceased supposed to Wong to*John !
I AxxJcHINSToRY.. ii t1ce'ts hereby given that application w,be Cheese,30 boxes do, 3 half bbls pickled The cash principle adopted by this Company w- Lewis and wife or of the estate Samuel Betty,, i ,

I btauUfiJJ and touching story 1. made (or amendments to the act incorporating Tongues bbls Stewart's Sugar,10 do kild,dried do Lures to the parties for whose benefit the insurances I'lf.' a4.'d, situate lying and being in the county CSt.

4 r Shelby, Maryland, at a the Presbyterian Congregation of the city of Su Au.Paine. > 5 do pulverized do., 2 boxes Loaf do, 3 bhds N 0 are effected, the whole of the advantages, without on Matanza river, bounded south by IVIIicer ,
1 Mew York, to bear the expo at the next meeting of the:.General' .Assembly' do. 10 hexes B II do, 10 barrel Molassesea, 15 i j subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accumulated creek and cost by Matnnzaa Inlet.' i,
4 ,rcforayd drunkards : A lrun sacks Rio CfTee, 5 hlf chests Black Te,SO boxes I' premium nous. ,R. B. CANO.Sht'riff., and es-ofi I
8f Aojrostioe, March 30 :. '
their lives "Tex Assess-or and Collecjor.!! ).
effect insurance on own c
Persons t
I hN wo had run through hit property re- Starch,40 kegs Nails, 3 bgi Pepper, 40 bags shot. may' 1 te5 :
in- January ,
I .. borne ooo\ Digbl to, hKa Wi fW'DlIhid felM. Ifotlcei 5 kegs Powder. 200 ban Lead, 25 bbl Putty 15 and the lives of others. A married woman can -- .
I wrterod his emptyangu1t given,thai I shall, six months after, date;I boxes assorted Glass, 2 bbls Louisiana Oil, 2 do Tur- cnre the life of her husband,the benefits of'which are Ta Collector's Sale. ) V

ws gaftwtee at his heart strips, and jan.g ., present to,,Ihjl,Jadge: of Probate 'of St. Johns I II pentire, 30 kegs white Lead.2 bbls whiting, 15 cans :I secured by law for the exclusive use .rh.,1f or chil-. By virtue of the power vested in, me by Jaw, I .\
aDd 5 bbls Coal Tu>10 baskets Champagne I dren. : for sale before the Court UOUMT \
Iuifeis inMOtwtte to express pis agony asE I Coonty, my t etWuta (forsettlement! allowance) I Verdigris, expose :
irtt9ptfea4 there be- I t*"Admlnirtrator of the Estate of Robert Mickler,late I Ief Wifae 10 cases Cordials.1C baskets Champagne Cider l Clergymen and all others dependent upon Mia-I door in the city of St.Augustine on the first Monday .'

r J. r1.a:1..1I said coentydaItirft'TaotIca : ... ,Jbb1llerrings UaokcroL-a Jteig* jCodfitb.an f\n.\ F.xicaa.re&peciau1 invitedjottvaii themselves of t reI I of.August next the fblftwing described :property, c,r. ,',..Jito ,
Md dadlng' M cd .r *T5 I tLsTTttlhe same tune ask fpr t final discharre 35 sacks Bait, 3d 'do table Salt t. 20 I t source whereby their surviving familesmay be secured much thereof as will pat the; mate and Voonty tax '

esaMjiIseIfwkboUta 'I; AdmiBlontonhib of said Estate boxes Tallow Candles, JO do Sperm do 5 do ; 'rom the evils of penury. due thereon for the year 1849, and the necessary' expenses ...

- fee oouM ,aot _ ; M tiES A. MICKLFR.I 'Adamantine, SO doCgxtra SoapJJ5 do.familr -]! Pamphlets,explanatory of the principles of Mutual incident thereto,viz : 500 acres orlnn" situated ':.
I I Accnitine,June 1,85O., Gm. do, 2 tierces Oil 40 J boxes 'Raisers, 2 bbls. Life Insurance,,tnd illustrating tu advantages with on the east side of thq&river St. Johns, being \
aei.f aid to the JHU4 angel er'vomcmycbtldjUatlmetogo -* Almons I bag GinRCfjl bdl Hops, 5 baskets', forms of application.may be obtained at the office of part or parcel 1 of that tract onand known ns the New

to :4 IN CIRCUIT COURT Sweet Oil Id do Huitard, 1.bblRosc Cordial, the Company,35 Wall% st.. or of any of iu agents. Switzerland,bounded north by lands of Mary Dun- '
: 1kt11bbabe! aa wu her wont, knelt bjrL .; ALACHUA AND LEVY COUMwk ham, east by public Ian Js,south by lands belonging .
Gin & casks Wine TRUSTEES,
y Mkebp. and gazing wistfully Into thfr < IK CBAHCZET 21 pipes Brandy, 1 dp to the estate George A.Jljiicoll, deceased, west by ,' ,
d David C Colden.
I Jterfef parent t. like a piece of : "* O. M. Dorman, 24 Brooms 6 nests Tub \ reams wrapping Jot Wm B J ColLies Alfred Edwards, the river St.Johns, belonging now or late to Jost',," T :\ .
5 boxes assorted Hyclop
10 B BChockolate I
I her vs. Creditors bill to paper, W. Brown.
cthI.e1edtrys1owPy repeated night
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ly orison i and when she had finished; the James A..Peden,Adm'r.of I ,Marshal. Preserves 3 hhds Leaf Tobacco, 15 boxes assorted R Ered II McCan'JVm Winston Joseph Blunt R.B, CANOVA. Sheriff and tx-otr.:

&M,. bat WoryeaHot said to her mother B. G. Ltyiugstondec- Aawts. Brands do. 10 dp Pipes, 3 do vials Snuff Tax Assespcr and Collecior s. J. (. .
1 .4er & tti ago t' "H"N pursuance oft decreeta order of said Coort'to J 5.coils assorted Rope 7casks pints Po ter 6 C W Faber Isaac G Pearson, Jan T 1850. J _\
.'Tie .= And she prayer lifted me'directed, all persons bavinf demands against do Scotch Ale, 5 do iMononganela Whiskey John P Yelverton, Henry Wells, Tax Collector's Sale. '
Jietpfay. Win Moore,
y and the tbove estate are hereby required to come beforeme 5 cases Pickles 2 do Olives J do assorted Catsups Theo Sedgwick. virtue of the power vested in me by law :;
. 44&t reycs prayed: tt the towa of Newnansville,lo Alachna county, ,'2 do Sardines 3 bUs White Beans, 2 bbls Stacy B Collins, Jona Zebedee Miller Cook, B y.I shall expose for sale before the Court House I
pe, taif ,
papa'That John Swift
tt office therein on the second (2) day of \3 hlf bblt Pickle Bricks II ,
with my September assorted Corks Comstock alellonville in the county of grange, on the r4 '
electric John Wadsworth JbidA ,
pewwtftM rapidity to 1850 tnd exhibit their demands against the Laths White Pine Lumber Yellow do. Lime,. the '
Monday ol September next, tollowin described
Robfrt ;
k ..
I', 001 w. Was heard -it was heard aDd all who shall not then for- S M Cornell Shuyler,
tame persona come Hair Plaster &c. much thereof will the '
James property, or eo pay state and ,
Wilkins, Chambers'
te'.men i burst frcnt Gpuv
ward and provetbeir demands against said Mate,shall t
due thereon for the '
The above are now in store and purchased John V L Joseph Tuckerman, c unty tax year 1&J3, and the' :
t 1M p_Mt fck heart of etona bccilmoiijts be exeludei"Jr iajhe benefit of this ;idecrec. And incident thereto
low and with much care as shipment Fred Whitilcsey. Moses H Grinnell, necessary expenses to wit ; 859
at rates per ,
Wife and dd were both such ptraolll" parties to this suit who:shall come in granted by the Spanish .
ai "iMI Mt beso R eiad in penitence heM before me tad prove thtI.r'' demandt,shall,before theyare II I warrants. The several Invoices are now I Charles Ely, Eugene Wm J Bunker Dutilh, acres Yongeon'the 5th March 1814 government, situated on to the Henry west '
retail. John C Cruz, ;
**, aII,yi-Te cared your &ther admitted tascch creditors,contribute the propor- being opened at 1 Francis S d e of the river Halifax,bounded n the tooth partly
Walter Lathrop
.fcW Ulmfcud. tioatu thereof; to be settled by ma tt Muter June 22. B. E. CARl I Joy, of G.
: 111 lip the expenset I .AUltd PeU, J 0 Tbatcher, by lands PerpalJ, on the east ptztly by river Hat- \
: *
.JlAN'L RUSSELL Irlsii I ifax,west tnd sonth by vacant lanSSnd
7 and Scotch Whiskey. which Faii .
V c '. Jane 6-'.3m Special Master in Chancery. ALE,Cider,Porter Pints ana Quart,! lands were confirmed to John *illiamscnby th* 4 ;

1NiEED OIL Whit Lead, Turpentine, Vtrnlth. SCOTCH; .Sherry. and Port Wines. Champagne ABBATT Btcsr, Counsellor.Secretary. 4 r,, Superior Court for the District of Bait Florida on the t .
M that j JosUU ,
I ,, wire,sign .Li Tar, Rosin, -Otkaut, Spiket Limes, I II <,Brand,Holland.Gin, Monongohelt G. R. FAIIBAXKS, Agent St. Angnstine.FIa.Febl6th. IStkMijr 1832." .i.r .' .
\ ..i :$*ebiitvcrylattIemcuoyerbe \Vi lI4 I rted ,ror q l.by ted Wine, I4quorsCotdial0&c., for Wbiskey.lIfOr'l ', v. :" VIRGIL KPDUPOST, Taz Coli! toraorf r
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i HOTELS. Vr.tN TERM. 4.P. t.Md..1 Sale rf.T: virtue of the power tested in me by law .
,: Magnolia Hotel. I On :t. George Street north cf forth? Couities of Orange and St. Lncie, .D Y virtue of the pow vested in me by law I shall M.D I shall expose for. sale before the Court House .r,y shall virtue of'the power,oeated ia ,me by'l ",1'

a,' 1'.fI. public Bquars and one door north of the Meth4U lonville, on the'third Tuesday in ApriL < -. I I -Jr p expose (or sale before the Court Housedoor in at MellonviJle in the county of Orange on the first expose 6jr safe. before. th 'Cboit no rat

: .- .. Church. For the county Putnam, auPilaikn, the city of St.Augustine,on the first Monday in August Monday of September next, 'the Iowraj described l\elfonTWe of in tI1e1 aatjr of Orange, on M fm' ,

t Florida Home. On Treasut North of day in April itcond'Tue.1 I next,the following descried property.or so much thereof property, or so much thereof will pay the .state and Monday September next tie foflowigpt6penyCrsoth i .
: ., the Public Square. Forthe county of Marion,at Ocala, fourth Monday I ad will pay the state auid county tax due thereon for tax due thereon for the 1849 qpd the : ch thereof aa.l! pay the S
couDty year,
:. !City Hotel. On Charlotte and Bay Streej, a few of -pril. w- ; i the year 1849 and the necessary expenses incident necessary expanses incident thereto*, to' wit : 850 county tax doe tvoa fi lfi*year \8&t teetsary the-. "

"I .' I i .oors South East of the Publifr Square. : tPlantert For the Counties of A tchoa and LevyatNewf thereto viz : jCUO acres,being a tract of Ian'rctnrnel- acres granted by theepamshtgoreinment to Henry expenses jnoideiit thereto, to wit- _:1
HoWL Street end Treasury nansville first Monday by John M. Fontane, for Antonia' Slawtre,lying mS' 'left'S'asR'Ued to &t D.1La ". .8ftu1
l, Charlotte 111 May. S j Tons on the 5th March 1814, situated on, the west ntar New .
Lane nortlrof ths Public! Squire,-(hoi open.) For the County of Columbia, nt Alligator'onlEe' the west mar u-Matauzas River west of the old j d e of the river Halifax,bounded ri"the south partly VIRQJL. ; S 5 S S 5i 5 :
second Monday of fortat a place called Holrnrs Old Field.being Sefi3a DUPONT.. Tax CdlectGra
,1. I 3Iay. / by lands of O.PerpaU, on the east partly by river Halifax
; BOARDIXU' HOUSES.." For the county of Nassau ayNassauC. H.,on the Town 9, flange3Osouth and (l.5t.and is bounded as ,west and south by Ttcant lands and.jrfaich said -March- 1850 I, %oL5

S ; Mr. M. Reid. On Charlotte StreptN\near ,the Wednesday before the fourth'Monday May. foovs!! ,to wit: ':Begimng at a pine tree marked as an Jands were confirmed to John Williamson by the JTax, ,1 1 '. '
j '; For the county of Dun/ original corner(standing at the welt margin of the '
t Barracks.: | J nt Jacksoaville. on. the : uperior Court for the District of.East Florida od the .
; Miti,' Fttio. On St. George Street a few'doers fourth Monday of May. I march Matnqzas, river a'nd south margin of Holme *l5thMay 1832. .* Th y virtue of the power 'Y a._

\ South ofthe, Court House end.Public Square. For the! County of S John', at St. 'Augustine, creek at A, set post, S 22 W C pine IJ M :M, running VIRGIL R. JJUPONT., Tax Coleetor aid : hall.expceef for.sale bcfbra \K Cir] It
ont e'conJ'\J on Jajr ia June. .' thence West 43 chs to li, thence d IU 30 E 111 cbs to :)leUoarilIe.| .th4t COODt of
i j G. N. Pllpy.. On Bay street! corner of Bay andS Feb.S3. 185' *? Assessor.. e. OlQ&e.DO the int .
I uarjbn: Lane. ; I AALL TEns. 9 C,thcnsc East 0?clu to D at west margin: of ihe-tnarsh day of September next the foilawiM dre4njc 1._ S
) -' 40i'ane of thc'JVIatcazai river thence down the river as follow, Tax Collector Sale. erty, or so much thereof as wifi. '
S. : i Forthe counties anti gt. Lucie, Tuesday NUT; :W 33 to E. N 2. W23 clis to F, thence N 24 :: virtue of the power vetted in me by hwr I county tax due thereon for the psy d JGII. .
I DOCTOR before the: firei Hlondav of November. By year P'a. the.
D9ct F. Wt d8n. I W 60 cha to the lining come?a t.A. shall Expose for sale before the Coup HodSe at cessary expenses incident thereto to wi .
> Oflice a hit D-VliB HoureHouse. ''oi the :2C80
i g of tots
I I' t county Putnam; at Pilatka, the second RJB. C.\ OV\. 8henfJ" nnd x oj, Mellonville the county Orange, on the first BIcn oaTomoca creek known, as the Oraoaiphaialion.stttt .d
on Bridge Street. 1 : : TuesJiV befcr the first of I .
J I J Tax Assessor and Tax Collector.Jan. day of Septembernexi the following ,described property VIRGIL IL-DUPONT.Tn CoUe .
S .. Deet.JoAn E. Fed. Office n St. George Street For the county' of v St. John', en the first Monday 1. 18, ,or so much thereof as will pay the state and, M1irelt2,1850. adat 1"\f ;
I' a few door North ofthe Court iaNovember. \ Azseiicro.e:
: county tax due the on for the year 1849 and the necessary .
For thX county of -Ja?;au, Thursday before the 'J.'nx Collector's Sale. \incident thereto to wit : 2223it :
? DRUGGIST., third Monday of over.l-ifr-. y virtue;jef the pc wer vested to me by !awi' I expenses Indian Tax Collector's, $
S- v B : (' of land situated at the head of Hirer .
.5 ; r. c ZyZstra. -Chemist and:JDru;gest, North East For nc county of Duval>on the third Monday of S shallexpose LJrtiak before the Court Housejcor i assessed t'> P.W.Loud. -, '{ By virtue of thepower tested! .S. "

I of the Public (Square, opposite the uiddle basin.LAWYERS. November. \ (I in the city of Sf.,Augustine on the fir.t Monday I VIRGIL.R DUPONT, Tax j Collector and .ban'expose for ale before the CoanUQlllltlt.

t J J-or the county of Marion, on the first Monday in August next, the'foHowiag: lcecribed property or soj S March 2. 1850. Assessor o.. c.\ Me l nville hiaihe, cbuary5fOrange, j
I t December S \ much thereof will be?Stnte and tax : 0114jp.
pay County S \ 1at: of Sepn3etnext iMolloW&
1. E. B. Gculd. Coundcjpr at Law-ofafce on Artillery / }'or the count :s Alachaa. and Levyi on the secondMonday due thereon for the year l&gjand the 'necessary e-- I Tax Collector's Sale.By y-JIOmi. r ac wiff paT IcriI4 t!*. qtcf

I 'f I' 'Lane. *! .; j I' !I.o I. / in December. ; "* S x lenses inrident thereto,vivjjan undivided interest virtue of the power rested$n me bylaw I S cococy
r "}VilliamAt Fo"lJ", Attthey at Law end So Forthe cfcumy of CoJambia! on the third"Monday coo itch,5c'f land belongingfnotf,or late to orj lI.expose fur sale 1 before \he'Court houseM'elonvifle iiy expenses incdebztaM. w -

S :.,W., licitor-in ChancerySofSce i: on ths- j"fund tI .;/IL ia D'c?mkr. '% : "V I L'urti.jr ofNew York city, being pnrtfp> .. >at in'the county 'of t>range,.on-the first a.a toHetJrjR ui Q ; -1 :

r > Ihe South Wing cf the Court House.. / The U.S. District Court at St. AagusUae onbe"I conSnned by thc Supreme Court of the United Stats j I i Monday September next the following/described IwamP.'IOU 1 oCNf1: !: '';: -'.

: t George R.Fairbanks. Attpmey and Counsellor :f first Monday: in April. t io Join Iluertaa. deceased,situate lying itml beh.oit ;: property or so ranch tfc>recf las will pay the state t'VIItQL a.DUPOlnT j 'AI :t ,.

Law-otiice in the Court HOUBC. / tile East; t\j.l.l ofthe River *St. Johns about a pa! e I:' county tax thereon for the yeart9. and the necessary -March 2, 1850. ''i. .

1 I/ Valuable Plantations Wild Lands I catIt'4.tbe Ferry; about twelve miles thrretront anti! exjwn e? incident thereto; 1o wit. 300"I1rre ) S S ."G.t ,

r PUBLIC OF CES. / *&,,.'.. i:. JSast: Floriila., Lt'iJW Jolm. B. Ryants bounded South l l.y hnJ ofJohn ,ofland granted by the spanish government i tVJ .dZ3iCo7Jector'sS : : : :.

,: P.tt Office. P. C. Zylstra host Master,on'the' corner ,I&O undersigned sAgm forthe! reactive pro- Mur and'frui&t thence Lu
E t of Bay_Street and Public Square, Norit of Market 'I j pti tors, o{..'u tor fale the! following lands,to CrecliXaiid, bounded on'the North by the S !; on hc zt! Ji>iiua River at a place called! :Sprang Garj .LV y shall power'restei:ia .BM by bur. 'I ",

'. buildingi. ,' -x wit : That well known and exinincly valuable! Plantation W line of Tocoy. aud on .the West by tlw River SI j d<'a La the ccnnty Orange, and bouiuUd by the r- at 3Iellontfte expose for sale bcforr the o flou *,
: the
'sur"tJorneral': ,,0jice.B.\j A. Putncia Sur- called! the l3' low PIanwticnBt the head of .St. Johns. j NIL iginalsurvey thereof a* follows ; Bounded on, ..c Monday of county of Qraupti> _
/ B. \ Sheriff( and September tli (
cx-oT.( next
CANOVA north by land of Paul tiv cast by $ ollo
lnponon vacant
i Teyor General; on Hospital Streetcorner of Artillery* Halifax; River formerly occupied end planted by thc : much
Lane and Hospital Strecu j jy lata John J. Balaw with! a force of 300 lands fuitalle! S 'Tax Assessor.and Collector,. c.. pine hmK on the south by l lands of iht' !ale Fartolorac.Casuo property tar or doe so thereof w2) paje'sta;tad, f.
Jan county thereon '
j Land Office. Doct. WilliaaVlt J : Simmons Register for both&\ .F:1'lCotion, and advan tag ousJy located 1.1653. y}Ferrer and on the wes>t b! mer St.Jc'bnj fo&'the year 18-19, and tie

1 of Public Lands-office-in :the Court Houaf.That. on nn'ig"tlle'ntl'rs. It lies tJlICt1h.! coast'about ( Tax ollcctok" :"e. S, ur t')eJ by Rcbt McIIardy'on th I'
T. Rvttell. 'Ri ceUer office in Court forty miles south of&. Augustine,anJ contains about y virtue'ot;the powervestedfe by hv.I shall 1817. S ;: wAy known cache plantation! Ia u4 '
j' B Orsn&Grote
VIRGIL DUPONT Tax Collector oft.f i ,
I HOU3C. o. 4000 acres. .4 expose focsnlebefore'the! CourXlIouse door in raerTy owned paatittnnf.
bf H.
f? Altarex.. Keeper .Spanish: Archives office in .Also! two thousand acres adjoining the last described tha City of 2 t. Augustine on the first; Monday in August Feb 23, I8)S, \s.esor,0.c. mytr7pre& \ViJtmm situated oa 'Haih".'1 '.

: Ihe Court House. J. hnd, being the PeliicierGmnt, ia Graham'samp. next tIC_" fyllowiag described prod rtv, or- so -'- ,Williaru' .ownet, .0 tn1io': .:s), .sanseCf! tors., 11: ,

: Judge of 'Prelate. (G..Humphrey's"Judge,) office ALSo the Spruce Creek Pnntation.- contilag !!'J ) much thereof.will pay ths State andCounty' x due: Orange County 4'ax Collec S rVIRGfL-R. : I
( in the Court House.; acres suitable for Sugar rulture an .nf."Jr to navigation thereon fbr the Iyar 1849, and the necessary expenses -I I r. tor's Sale.By Marth2.' 18 O. ,. ColIectosnd'

4 Peter B. Duma\! CI rk. Circuit;Court, office in about 70 mites south of iSt. Angustin, near s incident thereto, viz : an undivided'interest of virtue of the power vested in m* by 'w, .. S., AlUlIOr.o.e.of : .
the Court House. I II Ncw S\lnna. COO acres of land now or lately belonging to the Cbtate shan expose for sale before the Court If'juse --- -. S I S S I 4i'

Rafael B. Canotct., SlATilTand. Tax Collector'. office Also, the Mount Or.vnld Plantation on HaiiUx!; of John Huertss and mortgaged to William Lamed I :1 lelIonyilIe in the county of Orange, on the.first S_ ." Tax CollectorSal. I .., ;

f in the Court Hue.I River about 5') imL'! *eoath of St. Augustine, near the of the city of New York being so much of a Grant Monday of September next the following des -ibed BJ Tirtuc. of the 'power Tested ia.m* bylaw '

I Collector of Customs James R. Sanohes, office coast formerly! pint in Sugar:: by thl'! late GN Anderson made by the Spanish Government ta John Iluerts,I; property, or 10 much thereof as will pay the stalt and fthaUf'Xpose for sale before;tlw Court H. .

i at his Dwelling House on Day Street. nn I now ths pToi>crty Joseph Lauton, con and coufirmctkby the Supreme Court of the United i 1 j tiyunty I tax due. thereon for the year 1849, and tl ne-r at :M uonvjlle in the county of Orange oa the Jm.r

I 1 Jiitpector $f Cuttor.it. ira Howard cde in .aniirlflO: f acrt-ij. ,' i tf LaWs to said John Hnertas, situate lying and being I., expenses incident thereto to wit: 3000 cres Monday .September next, the J 0 iD.4e..w ,_

Howard Buildings Market square.LJL Also, 1000 acres south cf New S.: rrnt'in Turn- i i11 the: cast St. ro n'.s River above a place cail-d the of land granted ,to Paul Dupoo on the 14th ,of May,' property, or so much thereof as.land paT tb \-It .

S Brontonl; Judge U. S. Court Jiorthem I bull's swamp, being the north half cf tlir Rosette Ferry. cbout twelve miles therefrom and below John ISIS by the Spanish- government, situated on the county tax for the year' JSU, ,.au4 da .esjy ".:

5- District of Florida office in the CQurt House. I Grant well timbered anil near n3vi atioll. B. Ryants,bounded South by lands ot John Mure, i River St. John at a place known ai I Spring Gar- expenses incident thereto,to'w//II; JOOO kcres of IIa.t; '

I G. U. Eairlankt. Clerk U. S. Court office. ia Also forty thousand ceres oaths Si. Johns River and front thence East to the head of Deep Cre k, j den,bounded northwardly by /and* of the Instate of( being puc of a gtUnt, of.I WOO acrea'mad tq .. 0'

: the Court House. ,' I, between Like George and Lake Monroe, c-oruistln: { ;: ttikiug in the Cast and"West bank of raid Creek,and : William Williams, Eastwards by,vicant pine. lands, J.. Sibbal,1 by the spaashgoye.9.Q' .the 2-1 of

S S Deputy Nard George I. Zehnbsur oGee in valuable pine hamniock a>>d timbered laudj in various bounded. on the North by the S W line of Tocoy. and eouthwardly by lands of John B. Gaudryand west Aug\ 1817 ine whieqaaillDoo." c ; rc of,

a the CourtJIcpe. ," rrle's. Oil the.West. by the river St. Johns. wardly by the river St.John, which said lands were survey of 4000 acres of said grant in ''rumbWt.''1Di

'S I It ; Also 3JOO arres i Alacuua county, suitable for I R. B"t A. OVA,Sheriff and ex-off., confirmed to said Paul Dupon by the Superior Court S between New Sinyrna sad Indian ewfi, iera. ,

(ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT.Ccft Cotton S or M :;:3r. > 5- Tax Assessor and. Collector s.:. c. of East Florida on the Ig'J. May, 1832. 1000 acres belong to.or are, auppose U beta fa H

Jamf R.Ila' /(Jt,. Ordnance Siorc'keeper, Also COD) acres in Columbia County, good piselaad.5 Jaa1,1S3O.\ VIRGIL R. DUPOST, Tax Collector and Thomas Stagg. =" -sj:

J S 08ice on'dt. Jeorgestreet; a few tIoors South of the on the Sinta Fe River. -S--- Feb. 231850. Assessor,o*c. VIRGIL R. DUPONT, Tax CoKeetorind

Dry Good store of $?. M. .akEixi. IVnons dcsilous i.j Apply: for terms partw-nlars, ic.v. roGEO. Tax .Collector's Sale. Tax Collector' S le.By S Feb. 23, 1850. Aas ior. .. c.
; 1l.1"\UW' ,K : FTJ y virtue cf the power vested in me bylaw,! ,
visiting the Fort will make :rplicakn i i to virtue of vested in law I shall -
the by ,
JL3, bill crposeTor sale' before the power me chic o S& AO
j 1 1i Agent for the pun-lnae and saie'of 1,%.11.!*, Court HousaJ ;D.t1.e.
S : Capt. Hanham v ; S 1'ayrauu: : ;Aon Resident: Taxes, &c.Si .;or|n the city of St. Augustine, on the first Monday ;' for sale before the Court House door in NOTICE is hereby given that the City Council .f

i .' JUSTICES OF THE PEACK. i I -. AUtl9i:1._ Fel)2 1859.. S I cf August next the following! described property, to the City ot St. Angnstine on the first Monday cf August I of& Augustine will apply for amend :I
S next following described or so much L ments to the
---- '-' S 55 pay the satel1'. county tax dae thereon for the property act incorporating Cityi sf the
( targe L. I aillip*. Justice ol Uitr caf tauNotaryPublic Notice. 1S49 ai.il the hece thereof as will! pay the state and county tax due thereon meeting of the General of next ,
year ? i office on Uav Hteti.. Ncr'h t.f al.e l ; 1 ix lllQKthcafti-r I shallprerentmy AcLi thereto viz : one lot on Oneida expenses street supposed ,for the year 1849, and the necessary expenses incident By order of the CounciJ4of' f.
: basin. < count aud as Adiiviui tiator of the I's- : .
JtiJdlco I. Vouchers I theretoviz: an undivided interest ot 800 acres I MATHEW
tiPe-ter Skcn
t ; F.-J. no: by by lot
Iota final settlement cft U Es- l a supposed to S
I : ,
S '.. I ,jI j- '- the said Peter Spanish Government to John Haertas and confirmed -
belong t Sken
c' : ; Smith f ot by Oneida .
.' -'. .' .w I ; uJ.b.r.i1t he foi Q&i..tPf I .. '
I time.awly .
1" \ t ; 'Jj ; .tu: IDimi4oi rtr, t .ndvHt Ttbe\MtldteU'lut. fd v .c "8 Ak1 .W (. .
.' ":'if ;'H'' CITYQFF.ICERS. '. sEuch Administrator,of which all" periiouaintcrotted acres more or less. r Huertas situate lying and betn'd'TSC7imw river '_'(' .W. .
I l., _{ I i Jlathevr Sotane.! Mayor. H in sail Eft ate will take noUcLt.I : ALSO another lot on OncMa street supposed to belong in the county.of Jobnj, Ftorid3,above place called. RECENT AR&iI.d'-r-ilII VALS Jo.
: .c. j \ 1. I ESTE3AN ARNAU, AdJuini :rtor. the ,about twelve miles therefrom1 and
Ferry |
A-Iraro. J ,.: Peter riken Smithy beqw
to nonresident of
1 a bounded customary supply Grace
: .-t. fiogeio, Jan 1. IS.a.; | Cu John B Uyaatsbounded on the south by.lands of John ; 5'
f ; \ } .Mennen.l north l>y the above advertised lot, south by a lot of &e. usually kept at hb ,well.known .1su
P. DffitlrX.Mefai 31ure, and front thence east to the head of creek .
'i \\ ,cast Deep The attention Private
o1 ee.iXC10Z1t Philip el' t. an ,by O:1eidi street antI west bY txmflie anel _
*, ; / tZ : .t after date we shall present our the .Mitch"!! let containing: thrii acres liiore or lejs.] taking fn the cast and west bank of said creek and Ikited to our extensive assortment. :

S\ Clerk' : of lite City Crjr.cjl, Charles Hazjer, cEce L) ArNunt, Cfll.VvSuS-t! Ta1'xecutor.i of the lls- ALS.. anotlu-r lot OntLJa street sopposed to belong bounded on the north by the south west,line of Toco rated below below can be had in offzinai Daekafem '
i: ..the Ccam-il r
it' 1" .,c.Y end Clrrk 'f-'thc Mark, F. P. of Probnt., rf St. John's County, for a final: settle, S.nith. Philip Weedman and other, i its undivided, to John Benson of Brooklyft. New,York.R. TEAS.-Youn Hyson, Old Hyson Guapowiltr

., S erretra.i i i I I'. :: .. 'r mfnt. and shall at tli,' same time apply for Letters of r nieasurwgUO feet,north, and south, by 150 feet east I U. CANOVA Sheriff.and ex-off. Imperial.Twanb,,Pouehong, Souchong. "

; I D.ul ion RS such Executors of vvliic'a all perscn and west, bounded north by a lot cultivated by Tbs Tax Assessor and Collector'S COFFEE. -Java Green Ground do. Mocha dt. -

i AUCTIONEERS. iuisrcs.ted ia .aid Kstatc: will take notior. S' Cosby south bv lot of R. U. Canova'. cast bv- Maria January 1850 Rio Cuba Chocolate ,Cocoa. nd COCOA Pmtt. .
'! /". P. Fetrelra. and J. A. S1ri, :Jz1n. JOHN M.FONTANK.[ (g gS J. Sanchez Creek and west by Oneida street. Tax Collector's Sale. SOAP.-$haTml' White aeD .BlO"n..DeI- -----To

I .I / I R. D.FONTANK. &.4ecL.t. R. B.CANOVA, Sheriff and tx-cff. D y virtue of the power vested in me by law, I shall legated do. r: VSPICES. ,

.1 -" *, MERCHANTS. *, Jan i, is5. :'. S Tax Assessor and Collect c.j. C. ,expose for sale before the Court House door in GingerRacedo Ground biackpKN-, t

':; 'urroNE.. Cam Wholesale and Retail, c"alert ':' otic.tZ S hal, 1350., --> 0 the city of'St. Augustine on the first Monday of An- per. Pimento Nutmeg Cloves Mace,;C&aanMaLj S !

; 1 | first qutlity Family Groceries ol'al!! kiuii*. Li.t ix month' after dalo 1 etmlVprc. nt1 my c- S .''" -- -; gust next, the following described property or so Arrow Soot, Vermecelli, MacdaronI "---* < TW

i : qiors&c.t NO- 2 East side Charlotte.. Street, North _, ni1ts :Vouchersaa 3J.umi.m'tor of the Estate Tax Collector's Sale. much thereof will pay the State and County tax for Mustard in jars and bottles. ."* /S .r j

S 'f t-lht: Publie square.. i j o**?Daminjro IX:vis, (' I'.IJII'.t, :o .tiis Jiul eof '1f: y virtue of the' power vested, in me by law I the year 1849 and the necessary expenses incidenv ; FRUIT. Bloom;Muscatel and'Baltaria Ra'" '
a.D> shall expose for fate before the_ Court House thereto, viz': 370 acres of land lying and befng on : Z nte 'soft shell .
currants, Almond
liual: '
cf Jolia's
George Hurt uealer in Staple end Fancy Thy IVcbnte St. ; County, fora stiiemeut ; Smtraa rra
door in of St. on the first the head of Maultrie Creek
the city Augustine ? in the of
Monday St
oods Vest side of Charlotte street, a fsw --''--id Estate, anJliall at the tnmif tuutS; apply! foiLettet3 County Sicily rUberts.Madein, Wahrets,Brtzltf(1 Geict'
j of Augc.-t the following describe Johns in the Stale of Florida about
next three miles-West ,
: propeny orEO Citron. S S ,
orth Treasury Lane. i of Ditl1is..iou as sucb :niiiU-iratofr,of which C.!, *.*
much thereof will pay the State and County tax of the city of St. Angustinejboonded North by lands of CANDLES. Coamon
interested in tail Lstaio de red Sperm arid
: are to T
Tallow sal
Seth M. W l-tman. Wholesale and Rctnil dealer aIl1er.'n
due thereon for the year 1349and the necessary expends Joseph Fontane,East and West by vacant lands, and '
i Dry Goods and Groceries. Grocery store on tileS take notice. : incident thereto, viz : 500 acres of land on south by lands adjoining nshnel's Mills site, granted Wick S S I

,( ound floor of the City Hotel-Diy 'Goods Store, ESTEB-VX 5 ARNAU, A 1lliabtrator.Ja.n the Fast side ofthe river St. ions in the County ofSt. by the Spanish Government to Joseph Delespmc the PICKLES \UCES, &e PkJUes, assort*? &

I S I e rner of Picolata anti St. George street, opposite 1.1850.: I(l 6m J hh .boimd'd South by lands now or late of the figures: and marks of which are represented in the half gall glass Jars Do Do. bonier Capers, (fives; -
.e Court House. 1} -5- L'oUce S Rev. Michael Crosby and North and East by hnda Plat and Survey thereof made by Robert Mcllardy, MnshroornCszsop Tomato do. Fish'saaes.assorted
Misses S. t* JV Pinlhem. Decors'inFancy} lierr by given that Four wek after date we will now or late 'vacant, supposed to belong to 'Turner and now'belonging to the Estate of Edward 'R kinds Pepper Staughtoa Bitters, Lraoa ''

I : I I t"M>d', &c. opposite ,the Planters Hwtel on East 59 apply to the Hon. JuJ e Probate of. the oun.tr' Goldsmith. S I Gibsoa. Sugar of Lemons, West India. presjrer Safi Ctf,

>, I fct le Charlotte street of st. Jbhns,fur leave to aclLso much of the lao a R.. B. CANOVA S ,.Sheri.TanJ ex-off. ,R. /?. CANOV'IShtri.'rand'uotr. Anchaviesw ,. S

_1 Pedro Btntt. 'Dealer i ia Groceries, Provisions, tc.i b t.nJ'; (J the Kitate (.James Janjcsla/vol- Tax A,"!!c sor and Collector, s. J. c. Tax Assessor and.Collector s.. J. c.. TOBACCO. CaTaadlsh, Ladjea twirt.Paper T-.

a .mer ofCuna aod St George t'trt't't.MUld'Crt8Po. val Couaty, Ji-ceaped, as are situaied: v.-uhia the Jan 1. 1850. S Jan 1, 1850. S bacco, Macaboy Snuff Scotch do,fiegaliai Cte*'. ,.

Dealer ia Family! stores, Proviiti County of St Johns. .- S -- .5- Tax Collector' Sale. Principe jdo. Common .dc. ; -4

I :.ns, Itc., corner of Charlotte and Bridge street TH OS. !. IIAGIN. Ajminbtrawr.MARY Tax Collectors Sale. virtue of the power rested in me by law shall 1I! IJQUOR3. Brandy Otapi, pnp". A Cor "

i 'F. J. Qtivcy. Welch maker and 'Jeweler, on S ANN JAMES, AJaiinistratnx. IJ y virtue ofthe power vested'ih me by Jaw I BY for sale before the Court House door in Borle Spirits Jama**,Ram,Old ttatloa Do, 1 Ie
I >tj rge Etrett. nearly opposite o5c of Dr. Peck. Threh9, l@::;O. jlJ t-h-til expose for tale before the Court House the city of St. AnSustine on the first Monday of August 4 proof. G, HoUanoVP* SliToTismriVTuaify Da.
T\... Nelun. Retailer of _m' door in of Scotch a m aroclsA sorted Utfaki .
Boots, Skses Caps, Police. 'the city St. Augustine on the first Jl/onday next,the folowing! described property or so much *
r 1 9 Us &c., cast silt ofCksrlottet .rut. .c0rarr ofijarietts ix: inOitth, after date I shall .Accounts -S of Augiist next, the following described property ta thereof will pay the state and county tax due there WINES. Madeira, Howard.

: airsstasd Treasary Last.iatrrtn .' .' and Vouchers ns Adniinistra present tor of my the Cs- pay the state and county tar''due thereon for the on for the year 1849, and the necessary expenses seilles Iblags, Sherrr. Pkle A (

r Andreuf Tailor Charlotte! ':'ct'ti| tate of Isaac Baccua dec'd.! t> the Judge of Probate year 1849 and the necessary expenses incident thereto cident thereto viz: undivided prie third I of 1800 & Co, Cbimpagne,Ho& Y.ui&iCo.1flf.

_, ; j tar the K'> j ,of St. John's County,for a final srttetmentof Es- viz : one lot bounded east.by barracks street west acres of land'granted by the Spanish Government to. I Vinegar,Bbrdean, Porter L .'

L I Thonti .An Irlil. Tailcr. Charlotte :.Street near tSte.anti sh3U at the same time apply! .for. Letters of by New or Charlotte street extended.north by an Samuel Betts deceased supposed: to belong .to Jom LoddQtt md Leith.Jo'; Beer. ,

I'L e store of Georgt* Bart. '1I DLjaii.-eion as such Adjainistrator. of which all.per- alley being a lot immediately south of the Unitted II. Lewis and wife or of the estate of Samuc .BeU$>*i ,. ion.s. Ol j4perm.. Coda. Cuf; .

I John Usina. /i Boot maker Charlotte! street near ou: interested In said Estate: will tr.ke notice. Slatesbucial ground owner unknown: deceased, situate; lying and being in the unti of Slf: : Plff.1Ia1m.SMInes eri1iaiL '
; .1' City Hotel.I R. B..CANOVA Sheriffand exofiI Johns .c01 f.. P .
the S ROQUE LEONAlDY-/Admimsttator l{ / on Matanzas river bounded loath by pellieerS. I ". ...?' .
S. Jottfh Lope ,Manufacturfr! of S ears, shop inHoward's Jag 1, 1550 Cn I Tax Assessor and Collector S.''J. c. creek and east,by Matanzas Inlet. fl/ & : }IJSC :
S .t.A'NEOUSRbo.
f4' BuildlngSji. ', : ,j I SeS S@x -. Ja.L:1.a. ". -0-S. S S __. .:.:S.0.0'r.. S R. 11. CAN n.- ,Sheriff and ex-oSI MeaJ,. Q rof Oat
I' G. N. Papy. Dealer-in Dry Croeericnnd' Provittons CIToflce.: S : ; : S Tax As esW. J c.!U.i.r,.. j.e .' Wtt''i' Jj._

. I Chariotte street, a few doors ,' outh of the IltOltth after date I shall present my Ac- Tax Collectors Sale. January 1,1850 I ''t S .- Liquid BUcJdmr;in'pbJ'&

City Hotel. ; .A j';i iI. I ] 'and Vouchers as Aduiinistrator of the BY virtu of the pow i?ted in me by law, Iball Tax .Collector's, Sale. JI Shoe cIo..Cca

I. _Jssrg MuMon J{S ffillizsn. Caaiuet makers, Estate of John Morel dec'd. to the Judge of Probate expo e for salabe fore the Court House :_ y virtue of the power Tpsted ia me bYlaW. 4 S : b. NiZImU4It W5IIrI-

3 t corner of Market square adjoining the ,Council room. of St. Joh n.! County for a final settlement of said door in the city of St.,Angnstlne on the first Mondayof J .shall expose for sale before the Court House .r t t U f c. .. D I'jy DDor".,

0 John Mariucy. Black Spith and Gba Smith.ncar4he Estate, and shall at the time apply for Letters of DU- October nexi'thft followinjfdepcribed properry.or door iu the city'of St, Augustine on the first Monday ,potidn. t;, ftrpoo140. .. .

1, ,i I ; w. North Gate of the City j(; mission as such Administrator, of which all persons I so much thereof ts will pay'the State and County !;: of August next thef"Uowinz described property, or Sg: iPOVIil0MS. ia.sna Bcd lJ" "

I interested. in said Estate: will take notice.ROQUELCONARUY. 1 tax die thereon fofcjb year 1943 and the necessary (, so much thereof a$will pay th r state and county tax: cti ete. .
f '. | : Adminttrator, expenres incident taereto'viz:' One hundred acres of due thereon for the year 1849, and the necessary expenses ;\"S 4'" "t

: S AMUSEMENTS I' Ora Jan 1. I85. S Cm hnd more or less,situated on the South of JnHngton! incident thereto Tiz : 500 acres of land situated CROCKERY ANI"OLASSW.u. -
J KUitrd TuLle ? Alley' : Creek in the County of St Jons belonging to the S ALSO, S :.
side of
1 : 'III nn east ,the river St. Johns being "
Howard ; Market I Provisions &c. I .
Buildings, square. Groceries A Variety
: Hall nonresident ,
< Henry a purchased by the' said of -5' 5 "
that S
parcel of land known
part or tract 5 !
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; Philip! Gomez. Retailer of Ltqaor?, Refreshments. &c., by chr- Cyprus*iua discharged,for satebv' .of sale.: ham east by public lands south by lands belonging S ,.. ict
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Btidier'a B. E.CARR. S. to the estate of George A. NicoD, deceased,west by : .1
I &:., Charlotte street, opposite Bowling March ; K. B. CANOTA Sheriffaad ex-e: : other utiete
the river St.Johns many
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S l I' : I STAGE OFFICE..) Sherry and Port Wine Champagne S Sale" -' Assessor and Collector s.J.c. ;- ancl.,1f&e. cpa .
S ..OJir' fJ the Picoleta-Weil Slayr,1: Bridier's City Brandr.Holland Mononjohela Whiskey r.1 Janl,18.j0. dDce4. o fii :s1 S.
iioti. .' ''j;' -: iciVnes: LiquowCo tl.ic., for sale bv .: I B y virtue of the power Tested'in me by law, I 1rimll L, .S aWl private Euiue: *. ,.t ,. .
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I. I F.b9 B. E. CARR.FNSEED Jan. J. 1S3O_ ,1
k ,i CHURCHES.Caiioh'c I MeHonviUe in the ccnnty of Orange on the first 'ion- f By virtue of the power vesten in me'by law,t ', : ,5' :t. '.. ,

S : OIL.. White "Ji'. Turpentine, Vnish ; j day: September nxt'the following deecri bd prop- t I shall expose for sale.befo the Court House : 'W..s .j -."

; :'Rrlllll'la' .- Church. North I side Monumen Tar Rosin Oakum Spikes. Lunw,, ertycr i> ,touch thereof as will pay the 5 te'anJ I at Mellonville in the county of Orange on the:: 1 Is moUEb n F. '
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