The ancient city
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00048575/00026
 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: July 27, 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: UF00048575:00026

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# ,be P:lp.no! I .Free Soil mar'triumph i '' charged, good drula may W'matle'of'' plno:cr.v utruqive\little monster last: year ,will' "make.}l- .: DADfccou .-ARROW: RooT. .1 :. ", .;: f

# r f. ..,ncere' that the meeting 'trhicb hemlock boards. Slit thetit'tou*ttihbletvieith.t tifr! :experiment:this year;'BJuLwe1: hope to have'the 1 :Bc&uuzu. iiuiii:RIVEK Fla., l' ,- *. Vlife. t

I r.lrir&t jIa"l' pia *I&bqro s tJfo--f WM-**** be *JfH vtMwjhoutJhejr n : \ inches, Rhea WIth tt' com paint ..a result 'fuivpublicutioiK.-ThviLexington: J2QthJiitie,18$0., i ',f. :

, $ A"T vY rr4 ttfbt dlI>tiM' ; tate; add*thai _cover them on .both sides wjttfltar land 1 pa r says the"above is an exact copy of. / yi/of.--I'.wjslito\ sujrg <ew' actl. Q ;

,01 'FJ tid w fiffm\ifi" 1 caute tIloMo VwiHM' U"*. J 4 ,melted together;'hail.them jn.tbe from Mr.' San8ings I receipt, and it teems to us his relative to. 'ourjwlatcd' sculenienir and'dc<>- ,, !

1$1 cxtat t,,.bd 4 once hadtfl overnor'' all of wbcw'ener- 'ever'.prism, place them at the bottom of theditch. ..f.lfO i* foundedTttVei.
""'J.Ca and entUuikwn would,bare fonod fit an'd ,'and cover with ekrtb.asalrcaiiy describ- we, should watch' cl ioshly,and wAjin i t1Dtil.om wealth of our coijnjyi Labor here i is worth i io !
: Yi i&iPlito i iimFioa oi.t" ypf4otag. t isare, sus o ftro adopt tlag t if.etec' :dollar pey da ana found, These: 'arc; ho i ij

'. 'f Aldo WtT t4 ;_ .t ;+rod ( +ewathenfcIttiatt vres" .e+ .ore.rhGr Fi.,rra .' ., ,. ,

a .t." Cot m-be t o rat mCni."FI ditch,and cover over with a'layer ot, bra j 'b is 'Iprth'iMual years I cair obtain.We have, rafiojiof cduhtry

A .m.. r tetada tar tsoth+es tai ,, placed crosswise, which would' require one subscription to any planter into ,wboSeaDcLtth here nearly: 100 miles in length and 15 miles.in "

.... TXM-. -Extract of a letter, dated hundred bricks to the rod; or if a layer of paper ,may fail."VidbizwgSentinel.. breadth, covered with a spontaneous growth

Tamppr June 2b.r'Wa are without ,Indian bricks Is'required at the bottom it would tak? Arrow Root,and so rapidly reproducing
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Plan Growth.We
MfraM PUCK neto for their scl that. there is fcaV .of exhaustion. The.
hundred and no
one fifty
mews at but tobear u ,
.IM ,W*,. Wt. ov present expect some are informed, says the Savannah Republican ,. writer has -
j soon,as (the green born dance is' over. The The draining tiles lately introduced area been engaged in ihi business of
. delegation bout with' the Indians, ttartleipa- decided .improvement. Each farmer will ot that Mrs. J. L.Allen,of Elbert coun- collecting and manufacturing this Root for .

AOKQULTtALcw ting la the dance and other ,luxuries found course decide upon the.materiul to 'be employ I;y. Ga., while experimeMting on rose cutting, six years, and! even tit the high rue! of wages ,

lOt JIvoL-Tbe Agriculturist for only at such assemblies.. Tbe ,.prospect has ed.whether wood, brick,glass,tiles' or I Iron. But has die successfula ovcrd a new and,should.valuable It prove generally l paid.here, has found it to yield an average. "

.1, thus of l .fields be drained some must plan r'growing ntttproticofftSOper; acre -a yield greater, ',
F "i apartieleonl aures, speaks once more brightened, and there is a probability your thoroughly by ;
I y'tisrbt I t formed or formiug on of other Indians leaving'for their homesn method jae the. first point to be in successful method peach used trees from this the limb .' perhaps, than that of any other product of tho
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wftatros of tk4 coulltT t | ,tbe West: Sam Jones qoldi out. ,d larmingendtheb.b L' careful ploughing improved by lady substantial.ly Southern Mates. \\Pe have abundance of _
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01W jaeaoub _. deposits in New says be never Intends to.etnfgrate. >The last rtwnurs1 :'and' o proper succession of opened "orri for emigrants- .and,there is an established '
receive the tae.lover ends'of the limbs, of the length of and read market for the article. With
.to" no KicoosWerable portion cftho7th Inflmtrr leaves today on the U. 3. rops fou will' tne reward watch ;
tmL iiflriiA Mninif *Ifen16WOK l bestows, six or tea incbesareptaced. nod the trench i is but little exposure 'lklJ1'th settler
> eSrIb or now
III *J HlfWVVTIBWuU d||*wu steamer Fashion for New Orleans. on their bouts % > Upon intelligentlabor.e7t then.filled with pulverized charcoalnnd dirt. ,
t wsof ..-. coast Jefferson Barrack u.. car i way to : M1 Thts should be done in 0.-tuber. when the and .. .. ,. .-
b ia manbpSwbkA soon find numclf manufacturing asumcency -
(. crary i i i : THE 1UIIATU !leaves' have fallen from the-tree&- By the .
[ eeds but' half the THE CROPS. ; ; l command a haiyisome income. .
_talW.-a deviate the ezhumatlonc Lotruuxju -Wecomplained last week of This plant or vegetable' sometimes' called ;nsung[ spring roots will have been finned, We are'much' embarrassed for the want of

... to develop equal wealth oppressive beat and heavy fainr; this week we Luvuf Appju JerucaKm ..Apple which be* and She limbs may be transplanted in the labor and team, and roads,arid we cull:upon

ri. IatyT.re .'4 a much betttr title to prefer the same longs to 4Be'sume, enus with the jwatatce, wait 'orchard." our fellow-ci'.fofehs in other parts of.'tho'Srnte' !
f rkw4 ways of oompoundiag II.complaint. These heatruin are the climax first 'r) q4'Ja* South & The use of This we think a'new und valuable metbod'forr to unite in procuring from the next Legisln- ,
"v : sea or swamp muck tu the toil* requisite for the annihilation of every planter's tais truit. .is a food' is said to bar ben derived growing peach tress, 'rnqqiring less time Lure 'stn appropriation; ,'uopcn a road from our

.gray jfidpfteaspctwrallf 'prof- hopes. The clops wo-eeffctually destroyed, frcm(hp 'Spaniard;*.: It' bas long.. been mod arid.trouble than any other plant. We trust place to intersect with that running from Indian s

+pttiet '. other fertiUzlDIC in the largest poiUon of our parish, by the also j by >e,Fjlnch,'tad"Italiauj., The dale 01'I that some,of our horticulturl friend will River to Jupiter. Tliis would enable emigrants -, '

kale Iters u asrh**'.ado'boner, the tuldition II l!4datoIti8 I extensive overflows w. have.tolonj bef u subject I iuiniroductioonto:this o\iutrt unknown. 'periment Upon it,arid report tom the result.Till eX-I i to comu in with their stock and fam- '

it ,.pto$ ERs for partial drain- 1 I to, but now those plaottri Whop farms It is said that 'the"tomato bas been 'Used 'Jq ,, CANVAS.j l liics.. \

. sold before applying.! or if, are' above high water mark alert that they souse pails of Illinois' for mordthah' fifty ye'. / Political.scriblers have already commenced Dade County will present herself at the coming -
die;land'r.e a"tuBfry, felidoui (wndy orm3l' 'never knew the crags to be backward as they Its introductio'a on our tables'as iC'cufmaryvegitable i their dirty work of misrepresenting and depreciating session and demand that sho bo permitted (

'apply"it U soon as taken oat are it the pres nt me, or so inferior' In ap is of ,recent ,date: Thirty years Maj. Bcaid, the Democratic candidate I to assume, with her counties, the burden of '

*u okrcUy dried for ecaa pearance. Aa experienced planter bas just in- ago it was hardly known .but as an ornament for Congress. Thus far Editors of Whig,papers i government, and in return she respectfully V

,neural.-TAG-saiid will .seize uponiMe formed us that the first Cotton bloom that be to the flower garden nod for picking. It is with one exception, have had too much I asks tnat she may receive Its'f steranw care

i w.W food with great avidity,and will rsp- :; bas:seen this year appeared only ten days now cultivated in all parts ut'the country, and regard for their character to engagein these in developing her untold and undeveloped .

poee convert It into .t,table alto, and that the present rain bids fair to re- found in a c ok d or raw state un most tQ bIt.. filthy labors. Rut their correspondents, whose wcaJth.. Your ob'r. servant, ,
mare i / The salt k oil such as Is' exposed 1| tar. still tnnher the growing crops. One In warm climaws it is said that they are more names will never be known are with held by G. %. FERGURSON. ,

to the ocean tides,will add materially I 'tu its fourth, of an ordinary yield I.she says.a liberal uied than In nortnern, and have a more agreeable no such consideration. One of the first and -

value fbr raanare. I calculation for our parish.-Pr ltnte (La.]) tarte. It ii now used in various put of most unprincipled of those personal attacke TOLERABLY WARXF. '

"If the,."iaatioa is to be made to clays I Republican.AtiBAiiA.. the country in soups and sauces, to wuich it is made by a writerin th6.-Jacksonv.lIe Its'pulr Talking of warm weather the Philadelphia .

or ndbesive Jtnds,Own tb u muck should fir.tpu1.a1 .-For a fornijjhl or more the cotton imparts an agreeable acid flavor; and to also lican.. Wo refer to his communication not for Irdger says the warmest paragraph wa could "

1 undergo decomposition. To effect crop of Kputh Alabama and Mississippi. stewed and dressed in various ways, verymucb'l1dmired. th'u purpose of dignifying it by exposing its find in our exchanges yesterday was the fol ,

I taw severs! modes may bo adopted. It maybe i qndeji the influnce of the warm and otherwise ,. and many people condJer it a mal- \ements, or replying to its as sertions. lowing.

moet"'*'apeO I<11 thrown into the ,eat favorable weather bat been rapidly im- luxury. We uf\en bear it said that a relish Their absurdity is such us to impose on no one When the British, trignte Liverpool 1 wo on

1 'mod Nftfi** prifkix, to. absorb and pro,ing'-loan extent,indeed that.bas induced for this vegetable is an acquired one sacs d, Of course, then, if the conductor of )Vbit her way from Mureat toBusnire, the weatherwas -

"- i ,ait : is,tJtJ in.ate uartet, of a fair Y cld-'But any perjKnat. first lining,jt. It has indeed' presses choose to give thtm'currency.iathuicc ; .so hot that thirty three persons were ,

h-kr i A *- drtdy iret\.genesap ....l .R. ] 3ucht4r3odQ,I.. sun trlitck(.J0t of>whom, died. Doable awnings .
t'f't' abiuflJeltera' beat| LyukWU Jlhjuij im. tcq erudl 4 jrrt 'decks .\,-_. -
>*. n1"" I I of pjolUtcat'warfare only shows the smftTto were;.up-nod wcr? P'i.t 1l
woollenmrvttfaetor The boll-w bat also been doing a le. learned medical in the'Wtst
ter tibps, t nncri&i; t rm A > professor which men resort in their desperate exertions itantlf scuttled:to no purpose: No matter \ '
p, .In,this it pood! deal of damage di)> many plantations. ,the twnatu a whoie orao food
t esahd the iifciu way, pronounces very to uphold a finking cause. Tuylorisrn is defunct fur how brief a period the men were exposedto
|iec< ..deeomp'on every way fated for, We do not think however that any serious laV&npus'ways and advises i the daily use,of in Florida,as elsewhere in the South and the sun, they were struck down senseless:

thr jrruttiofct utility but it sUo act as un abs injtry has yet been entertained from the e iu, He say s ttiat it is very salutary dyspcp efforts breathe life into its dead body by depreciAting vertigo followed,'arcompanied by foaming at

f .itcMt.orttrun I : boxtohoitrd those soluble : cuu,1But we adhere to our turmerexprrs-, s d'ai L4| itiUigestion, and is a good antidote to the popularity, and talents and consistency the mouth. la the same place-the Persian

( ; \Ilil;ilo nutters tQat Would escap auto ttd- siL'd uj'ii'i'/':that the crop is too backward it}. bilious' disorder?, to which personiare liable of the Democrats nomine, do but exhibit Gulf the glare vflhe moon it so painful and
The girt: test -. uf even a a fair turn out. W from a northern to warmer cHmate.!
v tit ritvlehtOTctcfurtto'lu!\ the ulr. ; : ?- ; going a consciousness onftho part of Whigs of communicates fcelines so disagreeable, that
..t: i* t \ tlm nwterla, when applied in this j loam ,tru\i\ .' ec&'tnn rcy;,tin that the date oa : He recommends the use pf it a'so i.i diurrhon t, the profound "deep" of oddium'into' which the at night person may be observed sheltering

j 1' :-.3 m c&l ruiabtev and should always bo Lluuiutlt' \.a'; tixU ? ititf; 2 5th, June. I and thinks ,it prtt rab a to calomel. The lo- Administration with its Galpbinisms and himself from its rays tctik the tarns care as he ,

,.? ,! t 3 tt lJ..c tent uf pia u4Caullt* U1cy, 1 I ; I. \ i>..' Tribule.IJtRUVJ. ,, umtjisu tender, herbaceous plant, of rank !' Ext-cutive Provisos, has sunk. And they feel would in the day from th.tJU.ofth sun., L.

'n'l! when lit remote dwiancou : frt.+!rt thetnucli 1 ---- .1t.4 fllSY DUAIMMG.it growth, but weak 'fcetid and glutinous. The that as Taylorism goes down Mr. Cabell one WhIt would those who complained .of the

c'MIr! 1'ttrttrUr 1'r ,unt'Cl111' quan"tiQ:4 VLd4.tlrn"'}lfg..rnj\, Qf, ..ioo i-avc s resemble tbUlt,ur the potato, but the of its main props in Florida can not remain bent of the nun yesterday say if they bad to wear .
}PJ"ct H-rju
etibi11 t list aft elbes $ pared in this way c t1oxr3 arc yellow and arranged in large, devide standing. Hence they shrink back from a de. th i' sombreros at night to keep off the rays of
Whttlt; !.'It-i"4I. ./eldaiaektd; oj 6t' ll.\:: ''N'; :J' az 4}j"el1, rd'rrtt>Li + ,' }t fr Ut'itly t; ndarwloJg JUau-ues. T ttu.,feyit is of a light yel-, feacc of their defenceless and of tae, Free Soil the .moon? Arabian moonshine is not to be
t that '
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J hqe1,'blltrr' es'rito tsfiiuiee# .dec\imt'fItf uf n, I race "86m'Ie1t sj" ttm i '.._'n'eiint\sd1h use !.trayrri' Ior' acd bright) red color, pendulous, a n4.formed policy of his Cabinet to make, personal and sneezed at.

thtre: tttt ik beLJ' Vhew-ure iiequdtaj ,moo'wi' ot"vh m'tHI\'C'lf\lrnishl-d! it\j'ufim Ukft the large. squash-shaped pepper. calumnious attacks upon the candidate of their. MM : 1Tuc y.
andtfalks, orai Tessa ark& smaller varieties i one pearshapedvarittj 'VJlJJ.&V1E -Wi4 desire tocall, the.I.I I.
bt 1'1toate ) opponents-hoping we by misrepresentation -
aurliricfit suppose
for iu fir ahl1nni toJr.tHV 'Off'flH} sur. and also red andyenow. These are attention of our readers. to the June,number ,
years 'f to sink him as lowas, has
wh k-J/'fI'fe'.e.'l\when brought ihto rtqw..:ter\ Iiefprr j fA!$!,ft:.sr d;.Qr(.senid'taut!\ \ : eaten,and. relished! by. many from the hand sank Mr., .Cabell that, thus there Taylorism my be no of the Whig Review' and particularly, to abiographical
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\fJ'' Q. rUUFl trI{ c 4 t.h.q"IJ. b rJT ; Oust tor for sketch of W. H. TJu
and.similar miltt. The: are cookinShctYtJow reason to prefer the former to the latter.Nowiif Sep! ( ; >,
,- the or !' tins
rant s hbJA r41n c' H tnnst' .
cWiVenrted Jntu slicing like cucumbers, seasoned with pepper.. article abounds in Abolition sentiments, of
t''r tt 't.ttU, ; it pcae| Mr. Cat:11'* friendsfor we
cause of the f ilore'of the I '
rlaitnttt'ecwbionSstetpable.at! once, of yseldangttshMrittnessttt 'I comiiion Jil1blndlMn! crupk3' j jlocking y 'saltur:*! vineger :and euttq! /"raw. The red! suppose be is to bathe candidate of the Whig the grossest and most infamous "ind. Itw
KJin'1ep ofruu.
\ to"he roMUg"PW lit. tai. 4iilp around; hitn-'jti' furionie 1:1 nlrfii.Teen should fc sown in the early':pan of March, in partyO to conduct the canvass in this wise- just such B paper as ought not to be circulated
yuiu !
TMi '*fcixt' m'Wfy*.thefi'bflf added! ,to other t mote .'a\l4., iutlicler.l: prodacb the clfectW a "JigJH hut-bed, and! the plants! setout In the, taep,be it is. Little as. are such contests to our in the Southerp 8tAtesoM we trust that:every,
mltnflr l'l 1 {onart' 4Wurcropytwith I open ground in ;Mar:, In private grounds U* taste 'we shall 'not hesitate to meet them'un subscriber in Georgia ,will at once directita*
l tuc familiar *'1thftbe many c4i se> hHSijjniu '
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Wo have ho doubt what
fence discontinuance from
will be nect-f>ary Kb!'plant etir near a ,
aCt, that choose. evading
Ik,. the"b. __ __ for the repented failures of the poatocrdp; any ground they may ;
them be that has been con-
.u trellises for to trained learn there a plan
i _.4. 1 onto provide .the principles.and loosing sigh:of the conduct we can ,
I -R ttOPPIARtDA S .WITH- .1 qinyp1rsO". v:Piias observed. ..c1relesi'f'mc --- Iho North.bv which Seward is to
1 D1A11S to, i in the same rqanner ns for hasturliums of the two parties they prefer',to make an issue coctated at
O WovALl c o( culiiviit o. Adopted with this vegetable however do Well if plantedout be foward, the Frea Soil cdndiJate:
l ARAt'Wecall thuy wiry' .very the personal merits of the,two candidate brought as +
will no: hesitateu/a i : iigtr i [ ,as the| original caUse upon : *
of NldCri to. tbe' feet from each other the Tha Review from
the attention our : four distant every we; are, prepared for thAt issue, take wha for next Presidency. 1.
\\ib\ turtle mould! .
oflltl1sbor.oub" in damp \(:.| so often 'nelectddfur w : But nice erect indications to be one.of bias .
"wettltte, .r.tH 11 LV a wayto ep"the.praDt shape it may. 's a for qualifications. whether present is organs.The
cattea! to the ttsfcqvS of the Indians from Iho i I potato i'uicli. It has boon a .common aod'tho fruit fromihe ground I..to'ade down reference be hadtfr talents for speaking sooner therefore, it 'is banished from. tho

?', nsuli. Tfeey speak out plainly; but aura\j I practice with farmers .fo plant that portion of four stakes .These will keep-tbe vines from (w at I is far more important talents for business Southern States the better.
field with which 'I >
Iv'iot'inore so than ,their condition and,cir* .lib| pouituft: was \\wt wet for falling and expose the fruit nicely to the jun ire fear not a cpmparbc.n between, MoJ The above advice comes from the'e itoo of .

cuawUkaee ftbocaso dumuod 'tbc.raIUbut.'. .ficjrn. When w i utJd to this 'Jio fact thut' the for ripening. They 'will bear till ;float: Beard and Mr CabeIl.A> tithe ir.biira ter and the Journal,and Messenger, (ilaconvGa.) He

SuteftUilrtdth the ,IV.ituiulact. the tava. seed used hxs lct-n r&fccd in the sama way, [Journal fAgricuHtr*. habits whether political or social, in public or Ii considered among tint ablest npd post zeal-

<**, who,io the great danger< t>f\the life of the and, that the Table pro:ew has been continu in private life,.we challenge investigation the out partizans in the State.! lIe never :would .

vtites ulcer it. They aH upon.rtber.coun- for many acajous. >ve Bead pot -urprhed at THE BOLL-WOd! most thorough, and ,inquiry the: mild search h'if e given: the above wholesome advice unless

tt 1--s tor tUwrnid and operatioa fa this( just the .reault. Itt.smor than probable that the We lately published an item stating that a ing., If either has:reason to shrink from such he thought it moat indubitably right and,prop-, :

..trrprise. Will ,not .the wbole State speak rapid degeneration of.graiiis' Jr1'e etalEei gentleman in one of the upper countries,the I' a scrutiny, It'l is .not be whom' the Democrats er., The Whig linview is at the head oft e .
out decisively *nd .m l Ul I end ear tb-aJ.{ ? and fruits of improved varietu' is owing Rev. Mr. alD.ing.'bld discovered an infallible the peop1orVlorlda for their suffrages. "& American Whig party:fame 8fn.
tawny| unfatorableness ofcliqmte.;Ore; arJists of bollworm presentto ( i
..U.11eo tel"finda.borne pit meihod to prevent the ravages : the -: entlf' '
tnese pee, I se 1IIet do, by heir have nut failed, to observe the poor quality of ; that bis neighbors and binjelf bad !. .
thou' tl rpttftst.pi'oer. the. mite' of acknowledged. excellence. .. whentolddarta successfully tested it. and. that ,he ..proposedto j: But while we are prepared to meet all issues GEH.TAYLOB.'S LAST aJD\GE. .
p ccs 'Ij =illJhl bt''. )lt: .oNoOh ,aelUhe secret /"or J10. pajaW text chill joTttptrsonalchaJ5cter there are ethers upon We fiin4 the following paragraph, in theWftihmffton
I' j": ',' .y Ihe'surfed1 ol'lhe'ground should f the purcaafwas perfectly saiWIeej that'the. wlicb tfrTCabtlwiirbeljtld"! to answer. Her correspondent of the Charleston _'

or-Wl1att'W heQInW et d'iytt. 'Taltia',8ae'' 'to drateed but some: plan 'must be .adoptedwhich I remedy was effectual otherwise nothinv to-be the credit of dole much to ,bring about CoWl, ot the lhl t.f, """ "' J. 1

c.bsW4 tesibO will effectually remove aU,unnecessary taid. A person.who ,,parehasetltbo '.Information ; hominstioh Taylor, and of exerting bin> .
mint of. tbe subsoil in inveigling the people' of Florida into his .fGen.Taylor wrote a message to Congresswljich
II4.aaI to j&oltturefrom to the depth of at has rather unfairly we think, fowarded it I .
Ptoidessf'F't .
wad copied by some.Hand,
least two drains WQ,shall call our citizens to .
TIe .atwin.\O feet Open; or ditches should I to'the Lexington squat (hta ibtr publlcaion, support. upon
botJ\HDeatJ attsee in ithe cf last week several l important
1 part upon
M-.In"- ,out be entirely dispensed with. They are nr-' from which we'extract it as follows' bold him to a accountability for the gloss
communicated h
us' .1eW1tI1'. Net Or1e naref" th.; lltlry to furnish a rapid passage lor the surp Receipt far Jhtrcy&g&a UoB.WiJrH-The mil.i ileru.uaUldo misdeeds of an administration which has betriyed topics. Had 4tbeen sensation
ua..af : would have caused a. profound It .
alii motive .e in the spring and, to pe.rren; the !*oer eggs.durinc tbe montir: the South and disgraced country-
onli troopsiq bis .views as to the adjustment of the,ter-
exerted nil his Intrueaiceto urged
of cultivated fields by the pverflow.cf Mr. Cabcll having
= J of July about, the third week-whca deposit
legc': nnd the immediate admission
of the 'Upland t s.wamps. noPsD .channel is also Defcessary she makes ia the.top'and' Wghest parts of,, seduce the peoble nf the States to place in P-01f.- ntDrialquen'ioh ,
tea toe Jib eaKims: California It importune Congns to
of provide
tteiel! lawle f whose has been hostile to
when some brook Is requiredforsake the cotton where they everytolu'i hatch'aodi I orfooe w o e policy .
I .j\J. enai&M&re4, Uwt br per- It 1 the supplieWor the government.
their interests.-fondian necessary
to the Crookedness of his and :
their downward "
I I ways boa they commence ravages
.pssett.itsvtt U"tJobe re declared his determination to,support the
raid.w.-,'' tltItl ..tt o.tHcil1 flow l in a, direct line The smaller.draipta should To destroy- the,l in the: latter 'part of ih* HUSH .oDo .-A down-caster lately came' pfesentrstate; of things- New-Mexico, ajcniksi

bs c -O$.,lWhM be covered, to,'Jordan' unbroksa sur acetc third.or the early part of ,tbqf berth week of to New York,and took Mrinjrs for the nightlaC' the pretensions ot Texas. The message,a.1b''I'e'

w t Jlare they IbeDlougb. July carefully break off tbetop ofthecottontdeer one of what might be called the A;Vhoases. !reed, lies in they Slate Departme'ni.That t

ilia ir for tWr dted &fiii : A cheap method employed in Europe is as withobe.tops;of all U hu'mt prominentr Telling the waiter: he ,wished to be Called in ., tbe'b. administration will carry out
t .a&alL They bare follows An ordinary ditch, is madeabout"twoibetdeep : branches, put them Ina ligb'teack: and ,.carry the, morning,: for the.boat* both of them proceeded j'a cb 'a'policy to every partioalar is not to

s istiit 1bi.. pIJ4 to.go lot aught Had fourteen ibCbes wide at the bot-. them out of the field. Tw'above ii tor an wdinarrtoison on their winding way* upwards till be supposed..Mr.Fillmore cannot take so bold .

i A cbaDnel, ,eight inches in .rift and ; but the la,tier-part of June and having arrived 'the top of the eighth ffijtht of a'tone., He rill ,be obliged conciliate andoven ,

-.W.wt..II..1eft./iD.' delIth Is cut 'thebottproftlledstch' opesv'sliglt '(wrlfr pan cC./wl be' y ry .met, t may ,be stairs, when: Johriatbah caught the. 'arm of his and temporize, He will rely on the passage .

r IYw .j, 1M or..mM-t l; siZe -necessary to watt a faw days i l logger; uJn guide and accosted-him= .of Ihe"Senate:adjustment bill, if pass it

,-fT ,_.:.- I AI' ; to:fill'Ae ebaBOe, li placed'In iuW'e eartbisinandtiedrald ; jdse time may be moremcearatety;c1 S t'..sier+rstrapgerl if you intend to call I eVer should, la settle the .New Mexican disi i
& b obsemng occasional bud of cotton cutwork :'tbe .
\ldJ ''Ma not' IdI,ttqtel4d ioarpletcd.oet [ an meat iix o'r'icek :; morhingYybu"mihlaswelldo pute. *
t. II .] .'save. 11a Ji t pm 4 tbetwtct; me are inteq-; .winch shows that the.nD commenced !it)now' ; as 'twill. 'be that time, afore ,. I .
1ItJ 111 : $e4 to & i'WWatw' jRterincumbeot )11 ,of dmnxHioa' big>bich case- close' I fan jrff:fflrff again : '' : The Portsmouth' (N. H.).Journal of a recent,

The r 111' tta; !kite thratghttftet .atttation'to this re exipcl.oeceiiarf.We Pray, Mr. Curran," said the Judge."Is that I date records the death i in that place,on the'9th

" t. t 'B: ;Uia" riw Udcea7 d. Could not! suf Best weOteir topptnr tbe' cotton at hung beef beside you t. If it U,.I will try.It.",1 iost;of John ilelcbcr tbe oldest practical Printer

= tmel bt filled trith ccarw rdeta, '. .tartP.ni.1 -, such.a-tfewhcalfltko iuli vigor c( growth, '"If. try.IWmrlpraV*.replied Curran' 'Ht i is,.I :ta. New. lUrapsbirc.probably in the U -

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:\'c, I j! 'I ",:dtrdsy" July ay, 1850.FOR I t ; All i is'in. I different,result: ;but, imraedfately- 'tliejreaAe t .MrPollock !$! :" >> 4and. sixty slaves frorri tiie'cVmst., of.Af1 '11 clqj and be hemlfj whilst 605poor d' '
: -:--- -- T : =--.- :-: I IS >moral ihaVTho vote by whichTlha bill rJC : Q bcen landed at the-towcr of Marl l latP1tZ'Fdenas Remain in danger of.the former UJoQ *' ,....

J hRrKESEKTATlVE' CO.XGRES&JOHN ) clothed with \vasjhIIn! i ; the table bo reconsidered} and that. : ; ,' Cuba, within u few weeks To obtain the object of'hisaspihtiotQb

; ''t.: { l KRAKD, _OF LEON CO.:.._ of our the:aId'mution. reconsider, be laid upon the ptiatitjiated: that the Captain General of the representative of an. hon \&m01UQt1 ft*

t 1 r.. : Millard Fillmorc Substituted i in a critical! 'table; which was decided in the affirmative by Gub.Treceived., a .fee of fifty dpllars for each Hon. E. C. Cabcll fcurdosccndcd to t\evUe.t. "

I : ,__ Prcsi- drawn an4 a'voteafil3:: to 90, ktrange to saYL1I'r.'Cu'bcllrol .,sln\' .' > ', principle! of chicanery<< ,*subtilhy aridc"g6tkt I
I : : : dent. controver- aga 1ut.tie motion Not withstanding,however \VohavQ: ,further intelligence 'from Texas. cal I duplicity. :.;.' '

. ;.1 \ At tho death of Gun. Harrison, as provided! a whole! the vote of Mr.;Cabell the. bill:was by The excitement on the Santa Fo question still Professedly a lover of the dear pcuptehe'V! 1

, ; I by the, .Constitution; : in such cases, ihc then a ,nim x'. thfe'carrying of. this motion' itf the'affirmative. 'coatinucs. Meetings have been held at San before them in his first campaign ,a sort tf .

". f j Vice ,President, Jphn) Tyler, was inaugurated he finaa '11.19 situation; to bp brought up at'any ime'ruiIr Antonio 'and on the battle' field SanJnein-. a mtndescjupt in..:'politics. or in nib[ Wonb. _

I ) I \t- :' --- President. Tylqr not complyin" with the of a blo'qdy i:?consideratioiK;'s,I'rorn this time up to the 14th? to, nnd resolutions were adopted denouncingthe was a democrat {in the presence 1 1a otdcm e

. ;1 :C, wishes of those who elected: him) was on his : ) ho'finds augustwen:;.congress adjourned i ) neither i, Mr. General Government, and calling'upon whig i withntlalnonentity tho.'IQ.hotprordS f. J ig l.

[ : vetoing tho bill providing, for a United States j f attended with Cabcll or any, .oilict'ICnsol.l. madir any\ 'attempt, I the Governor to proclaim fiinta Fu .in a state. I a with those who had not broailti,

r.:: I Bank, denounced, by the Wh'gj: :and denominated result has'ex- ta brinjj up And urge the' biH.lhus corigress, was .of insurrection. 4 enough to classify their principe: w'thon:? or;

L I by them as *hi*; acciJmcl.* 7As this was time only allowed tp pas t wjthout.jCpfcurriqj! 'l ; 'in. the An Extra Session of the Legisla'ture J is call- the other great parties. of country; with Ihit:

: t \' the first instance in the existence of our nation in hostility or} action'of tho" B nate. .The election for President ed, to commence on the 1-Jth! of August. The l latter class,we think ho miy be fairtt: r:1nk

of the death of thc President during his ) $,and in Ore was to bike place on the following November alarm respecting the'Indians is subsiding.An : since his: whblo cuur*!, tmb&nof: the

k, term of oihce.it.*vas not'8urprj inJ: the: ucces-: eve of war Air. Cahell being more interested in Educational Coin.cntion.Jms been called: ; quivering, uncertain ch irnclcr.In tho. receaielecTttonXor

... \ ful! party not expecting Or thinking of such un I ; with Hayt that'election than he was for the,good of the, by the leading .men ,in the Cbero &Nittion., "' .'\.' Speaker. ,, hy hud: not. the 'minlinctsto

L evcnthad not in\ eir selection of Vice President 'States in country, .allowed his party affinities to draw .!;c.Qre, Copway. the Indian chic *ijyas W to go*, support tU3 TJoniir\ee\ Of his ,own pdrtf-

;, provided foniuch a contingency. Wiih.some : citizens him into the scheme of leaving' these TerriUPfies -. 'ouFHf the Cambria, on his way to the Peace I had not"tbe.. Qncs tl.tp govern. himself. by4.

\ propriety substitution under,those circumstances rina. With' 'to nit) the Free soiliig'itation 'in that cam Convention at Frankfort, on the Maine.: '. principle.co.nmn&4 bo,th'partlcs toi wit
.:: i might be 'termed accidental: But _".htm. ,. ho has paign. Who can doubt( that. had Mr. Cabull A company has been organized in Baltimore. casting votJuTavour. ; of thevlej! };th" ,:

:. j no such term-:, can iHTapplipd to NrLLiorc. .party ,dismiss' with his Southern;,whig' brethren gone fortboSeha'loTbilkftiat tg work, one, of the quTcI ilver IUiIIeI.i4'LL11.-. nominee.** On"ihc. ,contrary. j h thritOn

: t\ ,Tho Whig'.tvhcrfthcy sccted 'him had : rch.... -con( .... fusion. i 'Territorial J governments wit tini 1..5 1 (',aif ,J. t' <
\I hut recently mcwithjust! retribution for having .. frngm nts.- o'ut the Svilraot I Proviso would have been en: Mi i ncsotaPibriccr says.there'r'he is a band feels, etcrnnllv $ hii nall1 !. .

'. placed' upon( their ticket n man for effect suppose, that L ,acted for all I those jterritorics, and thereby bur of Chip wo. Indians north of us who are thus! descend to post grit()*us n candidate; for-

r. only. and for having pla'cd*upon the pcoph of the tyigh- country,, from the civil, war which now Catholics, who dress like white folks, and Spcakership, appended! Luqn3.vpte ns1 f riM
: : with fuUvcolors by holding out Mr. Tyler to ; ,, experi threatens We pause for reply. live comfortably by their l labor. They arcszild vote from the Ifon. 17. C ,.Ctbli, t: ri I .

.E be what irr 'gun ho. bead of the De to be tivc frornFlorid.ih.m. .
was not ; besidosilnringilicranvassol a very interesting people.'f'f. .
_s. 1848, the Whig party wcrc 're ? One Tele A CuriosityTiiis1 An old soldier ha* been lately admitted into ; 'To bo sure the Democratic!: party} was vcrT .

: 1 minded the' position Mr. Fillmore would I persons. i is truly a progressive age. but we rarely -' the Hospital of tho Invalidcs at Pan'*, who much obliged Mr.. ..bcU aiid a,:: f 91f... othcrnondescripts

:' occupv in ,the event of the death of Gen."Tay of State l ,meet with quite such a specimen of acknowledged was born about beginning of' the reign of fop thus chanco.givoa tq,.Elect: ....<

';:. lor. Both .North nnd South voted understandmgly ot the Interi destruction' of the political fruition Louis: XV. of France and served in all the favorite son of the South; but ..no .ihank-i ar
nnd'should. oiihe? the North 'tor' South of the of Abolitionism as exhibited In 'the following French wars against Frederick the Great ol; actually due however since MrJ. Crwbul .

i -' I \i'be .betray
: t'- to 1 be)' no one can cail Mr. Fillmoru;.tho accidental Secretary Liberty party. This man Gerritt Smith of ago. lie is of Polish origin, named Kol- cast! a vote i in fu(or of any..Dmocrat. ; ....

t President.$ We, consider! him just a who is the-political' master spirit of this party ombeski, an&!. has outlived ten different forms On s mo future occasion,' f may:.reneir thb j

:; : much, elected President. as tho' he had been i Secretary is j brother of Gen. Peter Sken Smith i who formerly of government in France. subj ct". :In the meantime advise tthd'Fltwiltr ,

:j'I.I. place.! 'at" the head! of tho ticket. ', "Post-Master: resided in this place. : ': -. Whit,not to'prate too much a'6.J .coniW

', It will! no", ci') for the Whigs now to .srijthey LIBERTY PARTY CONVENTION."The .. (Communicated.) its a.trick,that,two c: play at. TellU4 raihej t j 'I

I/ :: made no provision for thedeath of Gen. Tay: } Gene Convention of the Liberty Party of "Consistency thou art a; levelfc what good things the Hou'.E. C. Cabull .Me
lor they did mnko date, corrects the State of New 'York; assembled at !Syracuse I done for the benefit of his beloved comtituea i
; provision and those South on tho 3d inst.V; L. Chaplin President : The above quotation suggest& itself to ,my,
,; crn States; that voted for Fillmore may iveil I as continued. Ellis Clizbc; and Dr.Joslyn, Vice President -;,mind after reading the following choice.tit. bit" I i four years have mnro. than' elapsed since 'nei'

I : \, mourn_ their 'follies. past. 'Georgian. i ;'Joseph R. Johnson, and H. Smith.Sec-I II : found! in the columns o'f theFlorida! \\Vhr. I;r first eleption; :-:a perfect: ,Rollin Hi1tor1.11I ; \ -

t it may DO said! we arc prejudging, wo trust *, July 20- 1 I I retimes. The Business .Committee, consisted r "In the selection of" their candidate,. the opposition therefore bo given of his great efforts ,"to
REPORT of Gerritt Smith J. 'C. ackson, D. Plumb J.Thomas.and .. ,
.. it may: turn out wo make false predictions.It .- I have certainlyshown h 'Jrn wisdom vanco the1 prosperity'of the state. Fur 0011
is true, thai during tho CABINET,. I j I' A. Pruyn. The following reso than they did two years ago. ,Politically, ,6wh parVwqrcannot discbVer'a singlb i let drQ
:' present' scssioi :! Secretary of i lutwlsnmonf! : tbcr3 were passed after discussion Major Beard i is infinitely less 4l Inernbln! than i: thai '
Congress sucty has .been the position of Mr. S : the last Locofoco standard bearer though like measure n appropriaifon ': can.'oc)Ic-mAmieni
:, Fillmore that but little is known of his views 'of the Treas-I I "Resolved, That'passing event-s do but deepen that worthy individual, hehas also "boxed the II I gill mately called his own. : : I'
our conviction, that a' sectarian religion is : .
and I. to different
feelings ; but from such facts as we have I compass. permitted topoint ._ '
of the the greatest hindrance to the deliverance of t epochs in his he will be able'to'suit "' ;fort.\e .,
: "
at hand and from-the sayings of those ." career City. )
I the slave. .
pretend to speak for him let I I"o/m/Th3t Government every* variety of tastes, however fastidious.; : S The! people of East Florida I arc somctlaei
us fancy : Secretary : every slavcholding L It our information' be correct, his political
I: he will be found qn the great question which 1 h but a piracy,and that hence, if pirates invade .temperature has varied from lukewarm to :the and in! some places peculiarly i influenced .

.. is! now shaking this Union to the centre.On of War. I Cuba, or South Carolina, Brazil or Georgia I boiling point upon the sliding scales of both! perhaps none of them arc under more Itra ,..
yerv York, Post Mas ; there is no more reason why Abolitionists and' Whiggery and Locofocoism." influeucc:r than a lew in Levy Country..
thu3d of this ,
present month : '1.believers in righteous Civil Gov rnment should I evinced their 4th of
I Dodge of Iowa, in debating n resolution of \ Attorney Gen-, sympathize with the iuvadedtbau the invading: In replying) to this text, the. members of the by July proceedings:; tf r*>

State legislature,., requesting cnutors, -\I pirates. Democratic party have reason, in the first Cabell, it seems ; was unanimously ninate1
& "
.I Jtepre scnt&! }H|'. I. which disfranchises which denies to have been and
unjust woman, present perhaps. two hid51erdd4wihter
Au.nnexWwpqnn!! new Territtrttehick 1u that pur .it fe subjects the rights to'buy i anil sell freely .i principals' republicanism-o(thevcarried n M1.LJbeI1 I i. .

-':; j) ....: w4< thereafter. 'jJrDu,..ratE FROM SLAVJCRT.rnakcs 1:1'-1fs!!!''''.' fi i&hat, tJjey;'plehse whlch permits tbe-ial eUi fl'CfJ.i: Jl : :
rkI \ weilrhertlcd home"thrust'UponFlorida ; .' SS. .... ;" I into c ffng drinks;Vhicfrwnsunics tlie'eJrnings. -i out in lh 'nominaTion'ofM.ijorB.ard east Florldlan' c\n., '0' for' I;:'Cjixbo., -i,5

P : and: ad rcsscs.: Jliv; Filimoru then in .. of its subjects,fn wars;-which toterntvfc or ,as the peoples C4nJiJte'for' congress. i Whig party in any hapo., DtdnotGqv.Brgw'aj.
,' July 21. practices Land Monopoly;' which refuse*'to the the lender: of tbeVh.g party in the states op
I chair in the
,following Qngu:1ge. The voice of the people has been heard, and
noted in my accused or to any party litigant the right cf pose most biterly the scmlidgof voluuteen.to .
"My friend .from Florida (Mr. .Yuleenenr been con- having: his cause tried by judges and jurors made! manifest in this nomination ,rcsnectabl C protect the lives and property| ot the pwplo
mo, hits complained elsewhere,, that ull who are nut members of secret societies; or \ citizens 'from the remotest boundaries of the of Last Florida and after they were seutdbl

t J ,free States: were unsound on this question. I both printed! which sanctions or po mils the pract.cj of the State assembled in convention; they were sent I he not express a hope, and if not a hope,d.'
: \vouldasknim, Mr. President, if Florida I tnutchlfs-i: crime of ofslaverv. it not imply a hope that Ger.. Twi &g:< would
., Georgia nnd some other Southern i 20th 'say that MIV/ier MThe New Yurk Slate Temperance as Delegates from town and county meetings: have the Florida volunteers arrested. -and did

not a littleso, when, at the Inst I : to tho Society i has from the first proclaimed that the with instructions to select the most Exemplary, not Jilr. Calxll asrca fully with Gov. Brown uu
election, they cast their votes for you, tnlerta The Charleston suppression by civil government ot intoxicating: and honourable member of the Democratic this.;subject, and did not secretary Crawford .
: lug at youwerenotoriowly. known to '&),'lmn4 despatches. drinks is the measure most emphatically indispensable I- party to represent their interests in congress. ridicule thu idea of volunteers being: sent there, .
The opiFWmI fur the carrying into effect tf, to the success of thu cause of Tern, beuuso they would bu another element of '
( I fa some of these tame States hate threatened, (correct if so, perance; and Whereas at its late'nnnuni meeting Major Board! has been thus selected. It I is' strife and do more harm than good, and is not
now boldly threaten a dissolution: of the Union 1 sent to the it reconsidered and rescinded its resolutionit sufficient to know he is the unanimous choice Crawford Whig in Gen. Taylor's Cabinet ,
f, rcf r to you Sir, in connection with this sub.ject <<: { the same is that grossly inconsistent for the friends of of the Democratic:party; his name has been and did not the Gov. (Uosely. )vend two commissioners *

with none other than feelings of Temperance .to be connected with political hailed by the Honest and the Independent with n to Washington, and one of them Geri.'
greatest kindness and respect, and only"do which refuse to favor tho aforesaid"RaoltetT Thompson' IeudingWbi'inorde 'tofeaeedt
to show bow inconsistently some of measure parties : degree enthusiasm thnt i is felt throughout the n"n.... "I'ltvll\" .-",..' .l..... \" .._ l.I- :.._.. __ ___I
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States havo acted.'" --' stated i ; Especially is this feeling manifestedhere : iihiis ivaiucui urmean
zeal and therefore, That a member of the on and of our people in East, :
The charge was suffered to pass' party. LiberlY party can no more belong to the unprincipled -' in t he "Old City." Florida and their property and did not Gen. :

by President Fillmore, and, was ( ) two : New York State' Temperance Society He,identified in'all our associations for Taylor and his Cabinet treat these gentler.e4coldly
made :Mr/Fillmore ( on the than he can mono. of the rum political par- giving them Unto audience and seat -
ere thus addressed this he has
waS the 12 during peiiod,
past years them a with flea
a in
% f to the Ter- I way their ears, and ,
: substituted .as Executive head of the U I would not have tics."The following nomination* for State officers filled offices of high trust and honor in such aminncr did not Gen. Taylor refuse to live bur delegates .

which.he tacitly,admits ho is notoriously aid' were made:. For Governor, Win. L. Chaplin of as to comm tOil the admiration and respect :.- his attention tut all good ;-ourtesy required, but -
", -but to his Albany for Lieut. Governor,.Joseph Plumb ot while hearing their relation of ,
ingto'df.,4ve.| ; of all m-'n; such has been the courtesy, cur wroan aD&
Tho will proceed Erie Co.;for Canal Commissioner,John C. Harrington thi brutal' outrages: being committed by the
Philadelphia North American, 4' and of his life that no member this
President Polk ot Oswegt:; for Prison Inspector, David I Indians on our people,did not her, Ge .'l'IIvor.-(
S 'I. friendly to Mr. Fillmore'speaks of him. t the treaty PJumbofTroy." community; has ever been arraigned againsthim I continue to sign death warrant: for the white

his inauguration In tho following! words. in bitterness of feel 1 ing. man, or what was equivalent, did he not continue -
I ."Millard, .Fillmoro! )is.a Whig ,of stern an I IT a Messagd Epitome of News* Dispassionate and independent. in his actions this, when to sign cororHHsionsj/yp; Wafcs and ail ..
inea principles ;, a decided incRd,to tho protection c6urtey required that he should
,of our ,.domestic industry : uncomjnomisinply I of territorial GREAT EXCITEMENT AT LISBON. and opinions,he has uniformly'supported measures receive commission from a suvercigti; stale. :,
I hottild I. to ;flie extension f slavery : .of our laws The greatest excitement prevailed at Lisbon and men, best calculated to advance the and confer fully' on tho mttcrs in 'interott '
Ttml tJ.t tnD freet though untramelled by ar. deemed owing'to the'arrival ofah,\Amencan squadronIn prosperity an infant community struggling And did not our Commissioner on returning
tional prejudices! ; devoted to. .tho. Union blc the Tagus, for the pur pose ol enforcing the against the pestiferous influences of a venal home ill publish! jo the world the fact that .irS* ..
f its welfare to were treated by Gen. >
its Taylor and did
and glory of I they
; claims of the United States Citizens against Bank The heart of hori
liability'and fidelity. Representing, a party of corrupt party. every notfbel 1 'indignant not onlr tliemselvcs: but for .
t ho will, nevertheless, prove truo to, tho interests protection the Government of Portugal, amounting to cst nun sickens when we look back through tbo-State: because'ofthe treatment which tbef .

of the entire nation ;and by the develop- seventy thousand dollars., Twenty-one days the lonz vista of the past 12 years; and behold received t And.after being abused and abused ,

,. thCJ policy-thq brood, compruJlcl1, \Vi wealth which were allowed by American: commander for the wreck of property nnd men made by the I and their neglected fate ;by all whig officials and kftu

\1 t'' nOd just policy-marked out by Presid! "' n'final'rcpln: ;Fears were entertained that the operationsoftheUnion Bank,the) Life& Trust ed to lick are the the rod people with of East Florida prepare" I:.
I Taylor, he pilL secure to himseIi. the country. which they baTa&ca :
1nd, nOt-ctfon or Ibn" people. .fq r gri.tf \ imj dk Portuguese Qoyenrnent: would.refuse to complyt7bad and God knows ) JDW.otherJr 4? ana' IwtitedM say aoL -A&T the did not .
t. ;; theuntlmeljndirrcparabThiusi of: t>_. : ; passed* 'a' bill Witlf uf T cmap3jf, determined to matrusts that have bcstridde-q-: little population about trrM ri.ightly gnod U5Deuacraic Gotr.JUIaf .
( I nnd good man ''bo"hot been,called away { resist iherau" '- embraced within the limits. of Florida when beiheard that the Ina.tMi

j r u it is n grateful reflection that his ot ) 1ish the territo. Russia; and Denmark.TlScblesw1gdicu1ty The Union Bank how many at the present? and were murdering: t&peop of' E4it Flonda .
S robes have fallen, ono" "ho deserves ,and New I didhenot oir-firtdlnytfiat there .
." succeed*him.1* upon* Wilmot Proviso between Russia and time shrink back, and "startle. 'at dcStructloqitwheoever moner i lit the-Tdasnrr borrow$03,000 waS'cafe M* .

provisions such Denmark: has'been.satisfactorily! adjusted. .. this nan.e sounJed-like: the insdi- own sibilit1/ana' tu .
.. Uncompromisingly HOSTILE TO '1113 Fatal Accident to Sir Hobert Peel. GUS maelstrom its "eu'fJ'enls ,hare beeii, silent I la tne-wtshe4- of the South.
or SLAvccy. IBTO TzRarrosy., to GOT.'Browniethfpeopteoffr jirvTT
row -oArtiftijii>
I FREE Sir Robert Peel was thrown from his horseon strong,and deep en ulphing within ltd bosom IF F I nad tMa" "
is.hostile 1848 sent to i2S Fioriis
the which .goj
tlio the 28th_ June and.atmojt! ,instantly.killed.I the substantial elements of ,wealth and' pros S If it CthA. himhi.HtA_ : ,"'..'1T.. "' !,, ,be'_ toteeI. J.,
r to United States -- u .n -- "" 9
1 a. common rigbi to, UGJ'ancJ GOIItiHIesU
Mr. .Letcher, our Minister. to Mexico, nas perity. :Its power is circumscribed, by no 'PcopleofEa c' Florida; know 1
J territories that, is,. in Was suffered to ,! that'l.-.sIWlv
; DerDocratsacd
I succeeded completing .a treaty with that J limits; upon the outskirts .civilization. ,along the DemccratJc.Gov; that "1
vor of uivjng.to to the.North all tho action I for
I territory any or power for the right transit overtho. Isthmus the Indian Boundary, you will find the ruined tast protecting them'a aJ rds c1 fa... '
cured with the blood and of when Mr How el1tem1tr. ThOydiiM
S treasury ''or Tehuante Its'provisions are similar to and impoverished man; driven there by the up for'MajorBzAm *ot tier..u "
\ South.; There was fact conncctbd with the )andter
; a to com those of the Nicaarajiu treaty. "Our 'Cl izenS"says. unspairing hands of Mr.__Cabdl and.his Bank for them'I They ".111. Yoig thty Ity\dr3J. acdd1lpl, !
Mr. ugf JIbed
I S pecuniary'aflairs an4 personal interests Stephens : he Picayune J ,. "wlUth' ,bc'aabledto .relations. ,. from'the <-. :Ld,. "? ,
1.1 !"*
I Gen. Taylor? urged by his friends that the same' upon ,' S r.
'' II carry Into efiect their, cherished. enterprise of Batthe snake is scotched, not killed so long : ,- ", .' ...EVERGtAD.. .. '.
d : edasasyrenbopowith oil, wichwas. th by; a. vote S \ v ...
building a railway communication_ betweenthe 'the rankest satellite of the Union Bank Rufus I. t"tt !)t. .!
: r as. he"himsclfwasaslave l holder, a .80 other .So thern whichwill t' continues '" .fbriicrl i,=,(f; jjadftt1&t1.
bring New Orleans
oceans .
twQ. :
and 'his [ ; to,be the,r ,representative Dcmoccratb; rAlbUt'me ,i.
in the '
S man urireasonnblc. I JUitcrcsts' to. Sputh, that. it.. within twelve days. travel of: San Fran people, with honey: upon bji, lips, and poison ctroa; .1 CuiJt 'f r. Itft: 1 IIa.i'
would '
suppose tc, Bill!.came up cisco. S :th4't' .
I tltnt
: In his heart he has been > time arid again In pI r .t
brought to thoMcst sanction He2SKsSH
a measure .Georgia (a The;Turkish Government has issued a decree the midst of as,disclaiming' any lotjiart or interest -Bfa1nbalba. dijeM; _
: : ving him of his j
P .Tb.iJ'f'o, w laid the 'a
say, : 'upon of considema1e1rnp0rtaIcO.: fo 1Iedit r- with this. fnstitutloh'when.at tho,, ', fr.,,,1). ,:'t
ihc only'assurance samo a '
left the $
j I ,Gen.r, Taylor the Southern to man'is South: ;". by,a vote of ranean eommerC.'he port,of Scodra,,(Scu- time, :we knew ,him, to bava'been itc<< papvperedattorney "' iMM i}? S 5S -s *. 1
no Mr. Cabell we W1F a'
t i Atbania.has' *$ 'been dcclared* theson ,of. ccnti:
,tan) a.freeS ;; adoption R
hisdeaihnho .his'i : ..
in South weakened! by'the d ; \
,! .dfspositio,., of 'portndaroad1Stbbe0P fled from it nj MMI b .lbS&g&.fej
II 1he'thithrlll !: fortune! hispositionabeenathied maln- "
of Calhoun without, = *!: .
I: ,L SouthernVhigs municaling with the lower. Danube. I I Iy'by.thcl'owertiiI. hassway d in his ; jialf:, I.".u.;L lcfnfrr.. n3Gr. """,' 1Qrr!f :ij

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W iti" It Or Y. **irt r, i c, Y yirtue of and as directed by decree of 31A months aller 'dat\" I'shall'"present my ,ac-I,. A very choice lot of flutter SuipiT.'choirv. tLmS '
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:4 tae HSout. T 0 (,"114 M individual reportedUseiie :;the ngs "l etch "! hi* first' visit M the "1djIOfl"of- Florida for ihe county.i>f1KjJohn. Inn B' teof William\ Gibbons 'dewawd, to''the" Hon.Jud .. tri. &et, LJ cllr. Cyprusj discharged, fornfehyrrhl -

I are : A fcw dny DatJ un Zoological_ Gardens: ttcgcnt'ararkyLon.den ." "M cause .wheru Mathew Solana U Complainant, e of Probate 'Alafhua County .for a 'fin.il ? _B. R. C AR It.
Mr. Edward P. Tesson Broker, : and E. and olhet : set 'aient: .fgaid Eatt1eIUld shall litne.p.J S
1W upoa AJar) Hernandez lk-fcru. at.tBe saYiie 0 'I' Cttolce GroecrIcc.
01 Main-strcel about the time oC closing, and This. Is the first ofhh specie ever importedinto it must dants, t .will expos '.for sale iu frontcfrthu ; .,1 T, fur Lettersof'D miSsion as such' Admnktratio .14 FINE Jot, ofButter. Lard Ches :.ott J ..

I M4lenftc some cunlcient reason purchased England. The illustrions stranger .Court House in the city ,ot' Ht. Augustiner ,oa f whjcIalL persona interest. .in said Estate i .m.: Crackers, hams,. Bacon, Fib'h' Smokt .'I
bank for two hundred be sadly confessed does not answer the ex 'fI take ootiCe.' v : } L'; f .
! Mr:V& check on tho Monday the second day of September flxt1 and Fulton Market Bref. .

I' aoUaw. B/thta check, it is supposed he acquired -., pcctations that were formed of him; 100\1.'Un I between the hours of ten and two of that day, -ANN JOHNS;Aimintrtr.st 'j .retail.,. !: _,_ _S ; l(S. R. CAR Sat R.:
nlcn. i is S.- "
, tho tnea.s of counterfeiting imitating old Rhinoceros in the Zoological! [.the fullowiog:mortgaged properly lo wit;_' : Per T.J: PKEVATT" Agfht. Choice Grocerit Provisions- &.5 ;"
Mr. Tea dn'. $inatUFO. On Tuesday evening much! more remarkable being twice as larga All that certain.House and lot of ground and -,,/NewnanlTiUc-_ I ._,Fb.. June-3d.- _1850""; <.:. c."' -,04. --' :, : Groceries. Provisions't .. now dia4'lu"g.n,

just at ISr/Tesson was closclru hb banking and very.nearl y twIce aa ugly, which is says every other building thereon or thereunto appertaining 0 d PKOBATE OFFICE; ST. JOBNI GocsiT, \ I FUESII, ;! brig Benjamin Carsur l&byd'froiii N.w

' i1ousJj-paua; afld IgAln purchased a check !Ing a good deal. On your correspqndenVs ftrs(, situate lying and being' In the said .. ., 0 Uth.March.lBSO.V' \ ,York.""Wepolicit the nUt"nlJoll' of the Trade, ptjvate .

I** for SSlMlmin'ict.iv :paid bills of the bank. introduction the i animal was fast :asleep uo .city ot L Augustine on' Block No.' 21; .bounded -' Wolicc. ( f.E families and others to ihe large and txtfiutvV ".

!If.%! Th'w ,chI' wiaflUTObcroJ 379, nnd it Is sup- I some hay taking things as easily asan ..,pI as follows On Hoe on the' Eastfronting ,. ncutoni, Administrators,.Gnardinna* and otVrs. .6'iock now bring received and' flerrd to .the Tratf.juoriginal :

nosed Ue obiect In calling so Iste was, to get I during a heavy speech after dinner. ,His Arab %f JL .!_ _.8t_J.A A,me r f n' '-'< '_K_J" tvo f*ereightInchesN. who have failed to file jn this,office the annual package. customary u-rias! at' Charl jtonpricty.
of the house. Yesterday attendenl wasremaaklysensitiveofthe bruto'sComfort ; .Recounts required by the Statute ; are hereby notified r'
IRI\'MFfIher-oftbeebecks the the S
the aq W. IirTecn: ut .frlJnt- .
that unless the BDme- further
r wortrfngthfo be k'or $210, and another and dienityTor he reftwed 40 wake\ Ing Bridge street tneailrIng sixty four .: :. are p"Se'ntt"dwithout law 200 LbU Flour 3s''C1rt..ll.rauJi. 55 Jw I'.lt.t.! Irc; 1.1 l "
rircsented by a ne him up notwithstanding entreaties to that efrfeet unnecessary delaytheprovisiuna.ofthe against 20 do assorted Crarkern, lirn. 75 balri
W. the
, NoN tei.bO'wr. .67' iciufciui; iua .ouuui ,i>isi ujruuf.ui delautlera in such matters; will,b* rigiilly'4nforwJ.otG .
: roprttMI&.l\tor'bl't o':1n", ILnd nld. Th from lips and eves that might have tempted sation ,of both lines;tho other, ,two lines run- JIUMPHUEYrf,Judge 'of Probatejw Hay;75 btg.Oat.,511 Jo Brand; 1:".tbU.AIiVt-1'oi'k' ,
I'., latter I" i ( una 1h.Uiq owse,ot ttOf Muhomot from his Paradise. 1 ning parallel tyiti .tbetwo, Deoiooed, ; the March 16. ,, ., > L' 2 hhds !!iouIder?,211u liacon, 1 ilo Ilam' :. I IHK, .
1137, 11._ \11;., that Mr. Tcsson.. hid "The pet had broaKf as| late/ bd did'not feel norm or third line adjoining lot of John,Drys- I .,_ '. dried Bet-f, 15 bbls Lird, 35 krgs doj Sdo4Buttr. ,
k.F1e particularly'wcIL having; 'merely slppod fi'e; dale roeasuring three feet mid the -yfiice hereby given that six montlta. ,;after 1 'Ccask Chei' .SQ bores dp,"3. hIt tbIs..iYUc&tTouguea
4ravU sixty l
in- gallons of milk and not taken .more' than a Weror | John X'Hedrick 1" date twe.will jDWcrlp t Jk Judgei.r Probate] 12 bbla Sttwari'a Aigar,id tu kHJ:. rit.a xN! ,
ropot.OC'h9nube.1Sas r1 srn hundred'wcfght of jrjlw. 'The little I noWnt arit.otins County, for settlnaenttaad" allowance 5 do' pulverized do., 2 Lors Loaf; :-Jij: 3 Idufe N t,
The master yedriiidyaqI'y4 measuring eighty thrue f et, as will.more fully do 10 lioxca 0 II do H3fT li Jb'i's: ,
. J Iy, W ant its.leeth,rind cuts iibciit n niuclidiy. )ol accounts Ezecntor'a.of the> Lat Will: and, lio .
tM tionhengrnwo1Pjn. im&Q1I 'CUll( present |It contrives t6 swallow. ten appear by the,Plan .and; Survey, recordedin Testament of Mary Kcyer, deceased, and nx Trstanentary sacks Ilio Cofij-e. 5 hlf rhcatsBlacV Tcn,2(( Lo sareh140egiflaiis
ro.batdl ( the. office of the Johns County 'afore 3 bgsl"pi\eri 4U Lnjr ihot
UJttj much io'tho cdificniou' Guardian of her,chiUryn., aud JurthrrAQtice
) diem
Awathifalf.'pii1JC gallons ,jrnilk per said in Deed Hook, } 206 annexed to 5 kegs .Powder.,200 burst Leadi.,25 bbls l' (
Jt .,bapJW\.l2 O. ( page is hereby cly n that \vc will nt,II.. same time apply. \ tty.l
\"JCL.l.ul I Be. | :oClhy ariKtocrutic, ,wet nurses who el"c..ntty .the conveyance of.the i said House and lot of Id.Uio Boid Judge,for on? tina, tlucharge,as such Kx- b/ixes assorted jGlaia, 2 bbUtouisiana7P I ,I,,3,do 1'ur.

L .' ,... .''r.".' .... ,1' "j .. ardeosV.flnd,,t ho. ,i w'ondef "bJtaLw"ke Ujo .n und trade to Joseph I1h nand z*by.Anu>auiP..Medeci '8..WJru.ansr.. .1" 0 i.ecuto ,'' pentlre, 30 kegs white LCntt.2'bbla whitingUi. can> .
able tot 0
41f. 1 $it>t ly' b before" IfIs 'the widow'.and Attminutratrix of tlDJ Verdi3rfa&bblA.tronJ Tar,,10 bonkeuWinefc10jcnses
." v 'Fo mm&tjTlExe Te }.(Junnlian., Champagne
' t : Th lch; re t Us, food 1i1c a full gi'own .hip; sinbatiiiwillkeep the Estate of Francis, Medices deC ,BAKToLoOLLivniEs, txrc: .and Test'ry Guardian. Cordials ,10 baskets .Champagne ,Ci- t

CflUT& I. the ollcuYin accoan'-i\ a,cUe growing'till it is fifteen,,years old Also one moiety or half of all that.'certain A '. IJjf po' N. P.Arr Agents der '. bbN Mackerel iJ Vb xcsi; Codfish, 50.doIlcrrinirsi

1 rious r", "aQism itt; :..Ph'illchuJ' '. and n/is not n twelve' mouth vet, At last it lot of ground situated on Marine street 'within si': Augustine, April 6 1820.JoTins ,.25 sacks &ilt,. 30 dor tahlc siLt, 2s

* .p $$ cJtJ. f t.'I I gav -ia 'snort like an alderman fn n fit of night- 'said city* of St. Augustine, bounded on the .' I'-. ..,.-Nolice- -.- '. .". boxes Tallow Candles, 10 ,do/Sperm do- 5 do

tceRleoC,1bi''bCQtiful i ina e'then 1t staggered up on its stumps of legs East by said street arid measujing ,thereon ,1I1"ro n.t Jf I.trJt, L\I prscut, amnntin(,.Jo, 30 do extra Soap, 25 do family -

rtOlA.d1etallef"ut ait.it itteMIhih! ann flapped l Into the tank:' of water where itqpddIed forty four and a half Spanish Yarns ;Qn the Jl'my Ac ount5!od .rzch.I! ;:'Mdninitrator do, j 'tierces Oil, 40!boxes Raisens, 2 bbls. SAlmons
,."C9.JWJJ about half an hour, sometimes below of the Estate of Manuei norn.t'r 'IlCCraM4l. to the '
f ( wiachinerj north by a lot formerly the properly of Frun- J' tJ Gin r.r.I'bdl flops, 6 baskets
swe4 !;('Qaaufactcrcdl; \ oie rum) by Mr. '. Stein ittacir-j tile urfuce; tt en.came' oat DoS dry as'though it cisco ttoseymeasuring thereon fly one anda.half jdthe ofPru1ite: ott. County{Ir J t.t tt'mcrit Sweet' Oil, 1:5 .10 31u.itnrdIbbIRoso Cordial I.,

do 1 had been in nn oven, and tumbled into anothersleup. and allowance. I do Gin 6 \ .
QKY. 1'be clock WP -preeiiti4d tothccpn- Spanish varas : on the South by a lot JOHN .M. FONTA.VE AOmipbtnior.! 24 pipes Brandy, quart casks Vine.t
our his ad- .
Colin Cotrlpttell &.q. wacreiu you.corrc tondcJ1llcnjt. form rly of John Tate and measuring thereon IS 185U. : do Droops, (t ntostt'Tub. 40 ,cnms'vrnp- t
gregiLaoRhbiChUrch1bY St.
jnirutiuu or luppopotarni very, considerably und Augustine May., nln\f nnnpr... 1Q Chnrknlnf.. '. .p. fi hnvp>'n.cnrtf>rf"P !
Art nine and half ,
{If & C. and1tt mttter.pie 6V forty a Spanish vura'. on |"'- .- y -- ** ----' i wy mf**V- l w"Va*Va
$ t
55r Mli ltt'!etd the\ cchuflical A 'dult jT dimimsh by this spedmen, which has been ; tho West by a lot formerly' belonging to Notices' Preserves, 3 hhds Leaf Tobacco, 15 boxes assorted .,

Mff M1t'acltit It ii wthlfty libut1jrnc pu- drtily visited by.tho "wealth" rank, talent and', J? H. Ugarte nnq urinf.hrreon tortyIourandn. Six Monitrfafter date I shall present my account Brands doL 10 Pipos.'S do vials Snufl.

.1tinil1Mtbb__. __ ua'rrer bourt. Vith, four.hammers, beauty of ihe,metropolis.L : --- _.._- halfS___ _banish_n-._ .:---r_ -.-- -lhl-.- -1.1.- W.'McMain'.df'cf'l1 vouchers Administratrix d to tl1eJIIJge the t"iIIUeol'"Charles of Probate 15 coils assorted Rope' 7casfc! pint Po tcr, C
.n the hour ,, of Michael Nelli- .do Scotch Ale 5 do Monorignhcla Whiskey! -
tJ'eUs'nna'ttrik on ground was purchased by '
been discovered
C'n1I1 has svttleim-nt of said
for n'final
A sovereign cure Cholera of Alachun County for /
_tor cTbelfeevehin J nurnDcrr thq gan jointly with Manias Leonardy, from Ben- S'cascsPicU, .a do Olives,2 do nssortcd.Cat- "
the Mexico. It is tho Rats'i dcllndio estate and shall at the same lime npp'lyfor letters ofdsmiseiOflaSsuch
600Q pounds. Tlvp jaman A. Putnam. as ,will fully ,by sups 2 do Sardines, 3 bbls White Beans 'J bbl
cnr .appear
I weiJ T the: Indian Root) Tho Monitor advises theGovernment : Administratrix of which all persons I .
cSiineji i '}three Deed and Record in the office of the I. assorted Corks 3, hit b.bls Picklc8fJUBricks,
: movements jjf the : : plays to lose no time in collecting large county interested. iu said estate will take notice.
I oWbfUt lhrco this gratis
f pieces quantities root giving
ring the twcnty-f hours,.viz Wtteoroa our 328, and the said moiety or halt of said lot .l hair, Plnsler,&' -tj-.r :J

Day of Regt" 'il*lan '" % .* UOUIt" nnd .thopoor.The,Palancn|. says ; \Vo know, from, ji, per- ,was sold, by tho pnrtie1t Michael Nelligan nnd June 1st..1850. I The above are nw.in store nnd purchascfl
I -a'hese tunes are play ? I his wife olarchoru to Joseph Hernandez. as at low rates and' with much carts
I -Komtgwcc Hom< & flpq of truth that the. most marvellous; cures Florida _IjiiutlL,CIICJT.rjftHE as per shipment '
I cc'ififin l"t ss f'iiotQ,and -regularity, hare been,effected, by nis, 't.' As. an act will appear by Deed of sale recorded in the undersigned Jw'Ag,?nt 'lor ,the respective warrants. The several' .' 'Invoices' *are now

that55iWBi fo credit to parlor Inusis box. of charityvo,call ,upon Scnora, Iloppe who oiHce oC thu clerk of the County Courtof JL proprietors offers ror sale on exceedingly reasonable I being opened at retail"-' ",- "

A frmm ork &* bven crectcd* we nru in- : herself administered liifs"specific to. numerous tit.Johns County, nfoicsaid' i Book N. page terms the following lands uitong which are some i June 2:1.!, \ D.. E CAttfcMACJNOLtA. .. .

IbrnSirwHhitfee aid -ofMitch, Other"' 'ofmu persons ,in 'ther .ha band;* cstablishmerlt, tocome 546 together with all and singular the tenements of the most valuable Cotton, Sugar' and Tobacco. ., TOE ." :

Ssaabeiflertbfniftdii A'fricnd'has sugces- forward;and testify*tbv ihtf truth 'of our heacditnm rits and appurtenances there- land, in the}.State. S : TillS establishment the. mot d irablr*

ted Art ." fItNo'eltralIbdcn"proYidfd' .statam 'nt." 0 iinto belonging or,in .any wiso nppcrtniuing.t IN Til, E ARREDONDO G RANT.AtACHVA situated of in therCity/hovinsf i'promi"-'
by thdvatryplve>tafictrlo !tho ius icj, nnd A portion of,the root, tho .size i of a nut, is1 R. B. CANOVA.Sheriff. COCXTIT. i .nnde of 175 feet facing'South, and"C'IItre(';

niftfy our music Iwfagcommunity. Mr.Stein infused In .a quart of water, The water is St. Augustine,July 20th, .85Q. T9, R 18 ; Sections 11,14,15,22,23,24,26.27. running parrallel with the RIver fend .Ocean', consequently -

lins kitin'ttfdenc
Btruetiorl'rif this cloclc and alsb pieces of mech- every fifteen minutes. )Jt is very seldom that State of Florda, Circuit Court of : 3t,35, 30, 18,21. 17,27,5,, this last season undergone thorough repair, and now

I"ilnt.Vlien' The wklterlJrclyCOtZPlet0d: more than four doses 'are taken before, the St. Johns Connt .. 0 6'. 9. 0 vies with any similar Establishment in the State being -
th. dials will be Utbmtn ted at night und jho dreadful symptoms$ cease." In' 9.,". 20t 19.22,20,,32 built of wood and perfectly exempt from dampness
whole will be not only on prnamcnt bui/ 0 IN CII NCEltY. 0 33.34.In of itself will recommend it 'to Invalids and

highly.useful work to the citizens gunerully. Cholera.r-\ caso.of Asiatic Cholera was reported Peter Benet, Adrlnlstratorol) .. 9" 21 ; 15,1 1P,2O,2i,22,28,9,3O! others. The high- reputation this House sustain
.nt "Boston, oriihe l"t instant and the the Estate of F. P'S neht'S; 0 1 0 32,33,34.in"1b' from its numerous guests, it will' be the present pro

Ti \.ArzuRA"IMN *at **$**< Mnds of itonrd of Health! Cincinnati i announces several deed., for the use of AafaronFnelandcr Bill! for Account} .18 ; 'Jr23.10.1J.15.2'J.23.. 26,27! p etresaaim.Mss. DAVIS to sustain. The table i* S

and the pleasure! he hat enjoyed,!,ended deaths from the satne disorder! in that city.TJIAVELUNGT" Complainant. Marthaling Asseisand ] ,34.35.36. Supplied with the choicest Game, Oyatera' and FinJ
I wiKftr InformMiftn begchj from a ncw.|iartr 0' ) Against / Distribution In" 10" 19 ; '7,8,17,19,2030. which oar Forests and Water abound nnd no |>mir.
I but\IIc' tvhn.verk. George W.McAHistrr. claiming the Eftate of PcierMiclurldccd. In" 10" 20 j 13. I4.1C.S8.S9. will be spared to make the TWION 'of' this llousi- -0

is treasured Up' in''he It mtedtK no"sp1per u c4 1i not the I The rush of travellers from the South andWest to" be Executor of JosephLongworth.deed.and ., Iiit"10"2l j.' 1.2.;..,.,. 6,7.8,9,10,11; pleased ,and sntified. ( SS .
occsKion call*fur X others, ... 12I3.'M: 15, I1'--2' .2ti, 31. j jt
recreation'and from the 0 ,.. Very Resp'ctfnily- '
f'lltl, wisdom seeking scup If
'Wl m n VIls said; be(ehdrmous. "'rhebfttMtt' \ .Defendants.. I 10"10i".22' '' j'41rl9tnt. '.. # ,., tt. .114. t 0 THE rROPIU&TnE$$.; I
A'tlW hnatof q1
i1VkwJt E'ri'm :; ..d.14.. .t.s .if' 'J .<. iIr !; 't it" 'l7. h.1.t .' .. (0 Stl: A1tgQSI.iewvJ 1a18O'b.5I. .
W1'JfiH'ne. HIM* ut%*c r" &mT 'JttiYi )?rn ; riQI' ftilAlc." IhWt evt.ibafDe..w. P11i.411'r" : It_ .
<. 1 19 ;i, _" Jt19'hI, 13, 141C, 17, iS '
4 ru hf .idl SUd1 the various hotel In New YorK.J.b 'weck, at, ,frndant, George \MeAlhsteri living at r.U. 21' 23. 30.: Tax Collector $alc;

1 never S hv* think ttboufc rAnch tbsre.U6 iho little eighty.IhouWuid,and" the. amount of'moneyleft 'I'l".dd'ta''beyond the limits of the State of}Florida viz.in .. In'iif"T 20\; .,7. \8, 20,, 23.24." F; I.2 of25 B Y virtue of the pflWJ Tcs'ed In Die by bw I shall 0

u in li uranco.witb Ut a-tulle there,unuand a half'anlU! \J1U of dollars. the State'of Georgia, 0 27.2S.33, N 1-20f 36- expose for sole beibre. the.Coort house door irt
one* It is therefore motion of Win A. Forward Solicitor -,
> *, on (n" Ii" 21 ; ," J..2.3"IOII..I2.; 13. 14,15. the City 01 St. Angnntine on the first Monday of AH

fending. 'tl wife who Ordered that' publication be made in )!. 20,2l'j 27, "s. 29. 3o. :13, post next, the following! described property or sa niurli
Beside' all there evils thuro'n o An Jionbiit. Duclunun training up his "ont ome Newspaper primed in the' Kast m I Circuit ., '3.V36.jn thereof will pay the state and county tax doe thereon

when) her vork is l done ha* lo sl i| down with' n tins way flU Khould go, 'frequently exercised' o> Florida for four'ia6uJhs udecesslvely, Irom this II 0'.. ; ".", I u.! 7. 19.30..31 (or the year 1t:4J.and the necessary.expense icidenttliireto.viz HJ'

bier hands In her hp zlnJtoinRtuUIflU8OICt, him in Uiblo lessons. One! 01 ,ooccasions date requiring raid Georpe' W. ItcAlliwter to pl.ad. AURnbONDO I : 'GllAJ i'r. : an undivided..interest ut tOO 'cn'

mind IrbnC the loils and tares ot the domestic he asked him; 'Who vas dat would not shlccp answer,br demur to said Bill,or the tame will be la- MABIOX Cot; : n. 0 .r;.. ,0 of land, being so much of n cejtaiu grant made by ib.panWi .

cirra.Vho! then would bc-.w_thqut unt.wspa- mit IJotiliper's wife. .CD pro COB/MM. II'" 12' IS 0 I, 101112.. 14. 15 : lovrrnuii-ut ta John Hiicrtas and eonfimz< :

Ixr f-n* nJ.lraJ&1lm. . 0 htoi'ph.n.. 0 TIIOS. DOUGLAS Judge, &, & Iu"12" 19 ; : 2. 6. 11. 11. 13. ""i. Iti, 13.on by the fidprrnie Court of the United Nlal lt'to ,sau,!
I ; ; i v Certified to!be a' true Copy ; Huctlaa.sitnate lying and bvin on tho.$,. Johns rjvr'
I Dai's. u coot DOV! ,veil vat vas tic reason 0 .v.I.01 -)').*-).1 I. .ot:.. .
, IXDUXA 'Dr.Drow brolb- : \ Witness my Hand and the Seal etsaiL. <' in th.county of St JuhnFlorida, n place eailoii
ritz GOLD Rsgiox. vy hu vould' not brel..p mil her? 0 |' In 12". 20 ; E 34 .ofI, 35.6.7,9, 'I 10,
Indiana [ S.] Court the loih July 1850., t the Ferry, about twelve miles "thcr/froui and tdu\! >
I er-in-law of the editor of$the Stnte'&uincl Don't; know-sposuho; wan't.ahlcepy, .. ', .11,14,1G,17,12,2l.:
': P.'B. DUMAS. i' John I) Kyantx.bodnd d the south b, lands vf Jot*
), In n letter to Coy, Wright gives the result 0 -- In 12 ., 26 ; 1, 2, 3/4/C. "la" 13, 15, on
I 0 Cleric C. C. &t.: Johns County. Mure, anti 1 front thence vast to \the head of Lkeptrre.rt
of his geological researches in the gold rctMO&jBKoatly MAIIiAItR4NGE3IENTS.Dte 21.2'J.2.1. U:
July20,.1850. I taking In 'the cast and west bank, 'or raid creek aiu'bounded
In) 6.'r7lVlTK' .
discovered in Indiana. The.extcnt Mondays and Thursdays by M' Mi ,,12 ,2'2 '
the north by the south west line of Toco'
in which ins been< foundi do do at 1 P. M.AH '. CEO.:: R. ..AIR .\NKS. on
MOOuiitrr gold Close ih1 eboouer Jeremiah Leonard 9 days. Iron .
and on the west by the river :. John*,"sup Ci s d: '
thirv-tlvu miles !in width ten miles. -r _. New York additlori St. Augustine. Feb..1C, 1850.. '
|Unpth now discharging; .''e ,offer in U-onjj to John Bcnri of Brooklyn, Ni-w York,' '
.iber .or hands employed in tho yarionad&tca.U' OrdillUIlceto.prohibit the firing of Gum to recent arrivals a choice and well .electtd lot : ADIL1T Y E U-R..f\IJER 'ETU'J'Y. R. U.CANOVASheriir.andex.ofn I i'S

from, two to three hundred,and ex ,other firearm dquibs. Crackers and other ofUroceries,Proyi and Shelf gooda usually kept' 1 0 'Tux Assessor and Collector" *

'hkr.ds cast wash fiom.two'td'three combustible and Intiamable Instruments and ..Material in our establishment,corusiJtiogio'part choice ,Cutter v" $900,000.THE ) 0 Jamuryl' 1B50 y. S. .'fI ,. ,

bTmdrcd dpllara: worth of,gold) per day inexperienced ; within the limits of the city of Su Augustine. .Leaf'Lard Crockery, Hams Bacon Mess Pork, Fulton MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE. TaxfJoIiuclor'NMUIt; .. r" -
than thclrhoard. See. 1. B,it ordained iy thi Mayer end Aldermem Market Beef dried beef.jl/ackerrl, Codfish! IKr COMPANY 0 '
bands not clearing
more virtue of ihe verted IqlIw'! I shall
in I
I in Council Atitm. YORKNO.3 U'ALLSi., power me I
is in the of LAS city of St Angtutine, ring,Flour 1 8 barrel for Family ue. Extra canal OFNEW By CourtHouse'
comprised sale before the deer
The gold for
region % in
from and after he of this Ordinaance Fund Nov. isi, 18-W.$000- :
Flour. Oats Teas
lUd That passage com Hay ,brand Rio coffee Hytupa JfjJETAecumulated
.Mr.Owen in his report,the suucarbonerUero the city of2iI.Aultint"oD the firsl1U DJay&i"August -
taelion by be lawful for invested in BouJ ,und Mortgageson
it shall nor any person or perSons Molasaes crush Sugar; N 0 ditto Loaf and Lump' l/f OOO.Becarvly
.1 toils whlrhon'erl'tbe''te. at to discharge pr fire njf any gun or gun, or other Sugar, Raisens, ,Almons Dates, asaorted Preserver real estate>u this city and Biouklyn, and stocks next, the following1: described"property} or funiuch

'y the thofelleoftheOhk in a northern fire anna within the Chartered Limits of said city; cheese dried,Apples Vennacilie Macaroni cigarsMyers's nfthe State and City of New York .and United, thereof(will pay the State and County'lax for
4 'direction uJ\till9St to h, between violating tho provisions of tttates Government the year 1849 and the necenary expense iociden.
or Tobacco Cuba Tobacco
trATei" and any person person Kentucky Leaf cerrons ( ,
CoT1hgtOft aDd Attica Is of opine this Ordidonce shall be subjected to a fine of Five ,anicles now being opened and warronted. This fund is rapidly Increasing, by .a widely extended thereto viz : 370acres'of bud lying tod .befnjr on
the head of Creek in the1 St.
Mauhric County'of
ion that gold will In this rc- dollar*,to be recovered before'' the Mayor. Ju,15.! _B. E. CARt and prosperous business.
m it maticrofwucU ordained declared dividend nl pcttfila off Johns in the Stale of Florida about three,mikAVenof
gioain.tufficieBLquaulitieslo 11 &e.2,Be farther by ike authority The Company a
CARD, the city of St. AuguftUncJbwmded North brands
.-J bitATIISiTRE I l re..id. That if any person or persons shall within tr-two .percent on all exfctiug policies 011 the 31:4
I the said chartered limit, fire, discharge or let off any Mr. GEORGE L. PHILLIPS, having .re gued his of January,, 1848. : Joseph Fonune, East nnd West bj vacant land*,and

I \iS CoxsTAsniion.1.r. Albert squibs, crackers,or other combustible or inflame ble Commission aa Justice.of the Peace for,St- Johns All the' Profits. arc divided. :among couth by land adjoining Bashnef Mills site,granted ,
the tht
shall be County, will (dithe futurauend to the duties \ the Iiisured. by Spanish (iovernment .to. Joseph Delspane
or perrons subject to
a appertaining
account of his visit to.a.theatre matter, MUCh person .
8ml\h..ahts of which in Uic
figures and marks
) Grand <*irco(Umpi- fine of Fife Dollars to be recovered, before the Mayor to his office of Notory Public,and to the drawing ; The premiums are,'payable in cash annually F"m- : : are represented
Coiwtantinoplo <
in that place. The spectators SaL 3. Be it further:ordained by the authority out of all wri\ngs and'' papers. that may be .required .annually pr quarterly. interest being ,added oil the Plat and Surrey thfreofmade. by .Uobert,Mel lardy
co-lbe Asllcy'j of That if Minor thall violate the provisions of him. deterred payments. and now bropgiag.{ to thtEnateof tEdward H ,4
forttaid any ,
"I have 0 .
ilent ,
and tat at asjudges. jhis Gibson. r ,, \' 0 S'I
smoked w- jfe
41. by Company
of this Ordinancethe;Fines herein impose' hal t ngnstIneJuIy13th,1B5O. The Vash principle' adopted '
was a curious one but my surprise R. D CANOY.,. p"riJI'aod CX'OLtp,' .i1'al
Mid tbo sIg'hl be recovered of the parent br guardian of Aid minor. 0 .iaresto the parties forwhoee. benefit tljc iiuurancesare ,
was excited beyond bounds when a SEC. 4. Bt it further ordained.. That if any slave Choice FumIIyPlour.. effected, the Whole of the '8Juntagl"fI.! without Assessor' and Collector. :.i.l. cS
Crackers Sugar do" Hard biscuit, J; J8.50. .
clown a real ') Merriman of tho arena, riiall violate! the provisions of this Ordinance, the BUTTER do. -extra- i subjecting them to, the heavy drawback of accumulated Jan, S .' 'P.c.L1. ,
*, Pilot Bread Navy I J'.
Ito11e ring and cried out in perfect fines herein imposed shall (be recovered of the muter brands premium Dole : $ ; :; ; '.
ju Family Flour do i do do, Flint Co JJiscuit vTarCollcqor >itfff; :
Uof their lives
4 wemrf w n! a Jump or miatrew of persons haVing' charge of each Slave. Barley, Tapioca 8agpxfor taJe\., E. b. extra Perseus may eflect insurance on. own (r.p>V' viraio of th. power vested i in,me b'Lw 1nL'ii .
nero. Dut3pon3 t ther 0 ;11j k4lflfWstirTht 1t shaU'.bea __, jL .3&y..tokhrn: -A jinnveA woman can incore1 -' ,
1IoJtDl.ywt" J J ----'-- 0 H for sale before the Court Hou, dooiiu
w y TOW tTiw.uinpiT heir* I .iI k"C, oftitionfthis .:+. -"Ofli 1e..lIte." ;the life'.fheinafibandthj; } benefits ofwhlch are'ecured eityofSt.'AoSnsitnfe'oTi expose the'first it4n: .

!.I'" .nod tbe poor clown Ordiaeeiiid ,tbjttitshalji.be} the epe- '11II.1 PICES Chocolate;Rid Cofiee, Teas,Jaya, o' ( ? ,by law,for the exclusive' use ot herself chit. "b.u-t next,11w f o lov.'ihg? dt-'j rilx-d! pwbfrty'ot/b Moniljy inncJi

.Ift 11' h1ss1aryfor cia'' duty of the City ilsrsKal todo jo, who.aaall. in fee, Ale 10 plS.&Dci qtsForterj&sand. qta the dren. 0 % thereof as will jwythcftalcnhJcotJBry. taxlixethert.( ,

fBcj VodUcsV Ifookibcribod such cafes be competent witness- beef English erticje Congress Water injitand' qts Clergymen arid all others dependpni pon'R1a- 'on.for the yithr I49, "and" the nrcesHiry erpcnfce>inciii -

1JS9 .oafoVna'hi i a*.the: SEC. 6. Be it further:.ordaintd. That nothing HeidWick Champagne'.qta andpu' ,choice" ?Principe Cigars flee are Fpectally invited ro avail therh lvi-j of it resource .*nt thereto, viz : the undivided' pnr third 6f 10U S.
contained shall be ib construed AS to John An4ei n'i fiwae, cut Tobaccotl1.ef.. whereby their surviving Cunilts, may'. be pccurcd
.1. Wtyiie J ,...1 did nut 1'P-: herein prevent ; i "j' ncr-* f land granted by the Spanish Government u.
In DOr.aol." with die an the abootiD ( iftome1 slonfthe margins cf the tit. $e- Honey w, Cay ndish, ChMBpagne .Cider'In'qta: rom ,the evils! of penury. Samuel Bells,deceasedsnpposed To bHonr tb John
mm$ -afta the United! Stated W 'Militia audpts,at Rry troops L Pamphlets '
but .clever fellow. r. 0 ,11. lAW and wife or of Th'- ta.-or Samuef B*>tt .
I\.ot Astle, mod wben.'jrat bo.8ddrc tcd;thb of the Territory from(ainf ihdr arms' while in the ". I>ricd.Apples, VStc.. .InMiance,and illnstrating! n'd vantages, with; ''deceased, situate lying Il MIng' lathe eotraty of Pr !I
U3Wi4b",.. duties aod that Whenever forma be obtaiucd at the orfiri or. .
their military ohppU.ahon.i '
of Johns couth J'elIieir.creek
diechargit Lemons,, dried Apples Almons, assor oil Matanznn river,bounded by : :
ma&1er.GfdacrlDJ.aDC oblCned..lfou. pI ae'I in the opinion of the May>r, the firing off or discharptrg DATC5 .,assorted Confcciionary Cheese, the. Company 00 ,'35'Wall st.. or of any of- It* a'. and east by MataazaJ Inlet. '*' A 0 ;

ThLIaMnc"u. UtM.grew,' M-Qud' any gun or Erf anN bj wy feewori abill be eo -(I &c.foraaleby 0 B. E. C/UiR. ,T; ..TJEIV TEES. ':T- _.. CANCVAkSheriff aDd n-ca

jJ'i1i1b .N'J7" uobody had said, gidcred necessary ths foregoing penalty shall not be t Jos B Collins '. David C.CoMen. 'If Tax Assessor and.Collector,..w.e ,
with inirolcnr ofo"d Win i hIykp Alfred Edwards. asjWy
D thlN iDc Ord1nJ I I.-| :Jfotlce. ,' 0 ;! Jnnary1,18O tt *x T :. .
,"q\'M;;s&t:1zv* like c 1, IB* tf/arttw r&t* *', That all t we ks after date I.bhall apply to the Jadgeoft R. II McClUf'Y, BelLs,. ? ?, 1 .

1""t.. _. ,hemeaning of gJic heretofore passed, 'prohibitiiig the firing 'ofGana' SIX in ood for the. County.of t..blcie'l\or Bred. Winstdn, 0 Josfph .Blunt, ( .* -Tax' rCJi'tJ.rl8.; ltf.'I''I'

the :w tL ; sealed book to. :Pistols.'Bqpibs, Crapkert| 'and other 'eombosU-' letters of Administration upon the estate of 7, Mi K- CWFaber,' ."' ,-- IsaacG-Penrson ; Brt'e ,0 ; in.' W Jovp'rof

1_ + t. c -r "I! ble'and inflammable InatrameBta and MiteaIwith.J foRW30s..fced*late of.said Cotintf. 0 John P ,Yelvertoo 'Of Henry Well-v '' '4l 1 H '% sale before the nurt llcu.v
: ".fI in cerU5n'limits of'the C,ity oraL Avgostiae be,and ., *.i-ri '? ,,WILLIAM F.RU&SELL. Theo Sedgwick.'" ?....Wm Moore '+*' '?.> at Mellonville in the county of Orange, on diP 'Gr.t
letter dated JUDO 9tb'tnenE. are tit** .*A repeiIed: J < "' -* *" June 22d. 1850, *. I I Suc';B 'oUias < -* .,Zcbed.Cook0: i Monday of September next ;following dr cril-d

,psie4 e'rentbaayfAPn1. JSO.\ 0 -r Job II"dwift, -.% ." Joaa Miller. -'. .. property 3inucK.thereof in\l\ a'y. ihe state.an.Jcoanfy
.efe'fIlup'Hargranr ;irom' a ABRAHAM 'DUPONT Mayer' -i: -"n'', 1r U cJ ,.,' 1Q'tX John Wadiworth ..DaTidA muiockj 'tax thereon for the'year :.13-19; an'd thenV.ces .

". per IhS' OtUt6t5 $ 'A est.P. BL 'Dpu3CC bT til*'Council weeks after date I ifcalt.apply to the Judg Tojf S 1'1 Cornell. t. 0'Robert.Slmyler* > <-* ry expenses incident thereto, to wit : 300facrraoflandgrantedJytheFpanih '
60 each thin 01 601Aleuer .
ea ; pants CRA-a 'M WilkinatM .: iJarnw Clumber government ti'
'.trU cop! Probates and forth Cont>' of St. Lacw. t Gtxsv *
II81JM@P"lG. _. '0 ", Clerk RAAGER01 letters .of'.AdmnWraton.upon.' the estate Gf-Joi. John,.VdLJPniya. <-, .d,JoarpbTarkeniua, .' John B. Gaudry,on the 8th of October 18'l7tiiuntcJ .

,_ .u. I 0 sAuuuc.Juy) ,.iopft. BiitEJt deed late' of'sal* C ant. -" .v ?f, }.Fre4Whiitleaeyf. u:. Mose if i Grinneit. no St-'Johnj River at A. place catted Spri g.Garden -
,IrolaPrcWLfocria .' F. CbarlciKly '! 0 > 'WraJ.Banker; in the county oi Orange and bounded by the,ot;
-:,,., ., .marMatter. -, I I : WILLIAM RUSSELL "- ?
17th*TCOWAt ; .- Ea eneDntilli.. 0'II' i iginal survey,-thereof, as.follows! the
dL May .Batter. LeafI rd, r hi Hama.'Beef,CodWkHcidrt'i'ttrpeaiatrtl 'June JSd.: 1850. / Jobs C Cnigec << 't jt Boun4cd4on, .
111'\ .{
the a8.uctttded l -qY'o '. "t"r Waller Joy. i I: ; A.'"' FriBcis8,Lathrbp; no! fi y 1a1ofigu1 Dpon oai1ec 3c yJs ifit

f&' Jj' ...GaIJI' I! r-.5PNW' ,.., .Mbpoi8h4IJe. .,. :,B"tiAlUl.rap Ji if D,'ih',.PI OD wiU', AHied.Pe'' ,) u .). MII. JjOThthhe" .. ; .0r. pine'bnd.f"on the'south by lands of j'' ''ta :pp''uQ.lomeC .
". d' tQt-'l1t u1cby& !, i j l, made for Jmradinenu, lo die TocorporiimgW"f .. :*JOSEPH: COLLINS:, 1'rf'1'idmtJ1h.1C l iQ y Ferrer and .>a the \K(it: by flyer SI

s ;t" .ura .".or.II ,it'iN$1ED Oltiii / Vft 1i I> "? u W ti _?>fc rltf'fLS 'MJi S. Burr.. 8ccretsry... ".1' ,; 4.' ) .0 John: 'i urveyeil by Roll McIIardy 03. the.,JZLh'J, ,. ,rrJ
n'f t.' '* is11r'-r&t,f !um"Spikb.J nits 11 i .gu5tiie.atth. ae" f nielein} rtAf:..:(.aEr!? A> CTVjj JosUIlBLUX1'jCOQJtncr.-/!;> j i.4 ) I 17.' -

bbc t. a tWic Lath. andaseoded Lamb 1Joa&aJh"t tW...I, on'or ..;,,',; .. "-'fa?' 10 I ,pn11V G. R* AWiAjmt.SU A gu ?
mous nGailiflft' ofa ,. ty'cen'hi w from : ; '2ii.. I : E. CARR* I 8 AlIgut1eMarrb 30. 1.50 i: tjrd J ..1."tI r"1. '5'J'r.. : t-t' c.: SI

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I Illltttttlkq directors.HOTEL. OFFU, I lp JToba'i Co.QBjf 4TarCollector' Tax Collector fi&le.Vjyirtjie .,
X intro 1 of.thr power m ed ia Bf by I .
\ Street north of :; For the Bounties of Orange and SL Lade at Mel- X virtue 1'Y of thepowetmtedlameby taw ?. .1 B 1 Wpos for ale More thoCoan House : h

the Public Sguare tad Cap tout torch vf the ]leech; lonville,oa the third Tuesday in April. > exposeforak;'before'the'Court.Hoase'door. the City otdti A*. ostiiw oa the first MoD I "
'.. -!! ist Church. For the county Putnam, at FSatka. ,second..Tues. the city of 8.Augudneod( the first Monday in Augustnext just next following described property or
r. Florida JVovre. On; Treasury Lane North'-of day in April ,the following described property or*o.much thereof thereof i s will par the state and county tax :
' 1 .f' ,tho Public :i quare.I < I Fortbe county of Marion at Ocaia,, bcrtL Monday as,will pay the ute snd county tax Sue thereon for o:,for the year 184?,and the lecvaty' #
; \ ) City Hotel. On Charlotte sod Bay Street a few 01 A the year 1843 and thenecrssary; expenses incident cU
\ ',1 doors. South East of the'PuUie Square.Planter For the Counties Alaehna and Levy,at New- thereto. sit t 600 aeret,being aL tract of land returned of 1 land,being so jnuchr of :ce.1t3n grant r.a.ic :
.. i : Hotrl. On'Charlotte Street and Treat- nansrille, first Monday in May_ by Joha'M. Fontane, for Antonia. Maestro,lying on tfpani&h Government toJohn hueita'v and !

s t". ury Lane north of the Public, Square,-(not open.. ) For the County of Columbia, at Alligator on the the west margiii.of Matanzaa River west of the old by the Supreme Court of the Unitl.L Siatea ,I _
II .- '. seccnd Monday of May. Con." a place called Holmes,Old Fiddbeinf See 39, Huertas,situate lying add being"oa the.Si. J ; :
\ i BOARDING HOUSES. ,For the county of Nassau, at Nsruau C. H..on the Town, Range 30,south and east,and bounded as in the county,of St JohW FIoridn,above pII
: : Mrt.. M. Reid.. 'On Charlotte 'Street, pear dieBarracks. Wednesday before the fourth Monday May. follows,to wit Begjnios at a pine tree marked as an the Ferry about twelve 'miles therefrom I ,J
} 1 \ ; : For the county of Dura, at Jacksonville on the original corner:standing;at uw.west marjin of.the 'John' B Kyants.boonded oh'the south by t :
I Mitt Fvtio. Oa St George Street,:V few doors fourth Monday of"a,. marsh of M *tOTtt Titer and south margin of HolmeV Mute, and front thence east to the head of D
s i ',' South of the Court HotAe and Public Square. For the County of St._ John's, at St. Augustine, creek at A,set post,A!23 W 6-pine,B H M, running taking m the east and west bank of said
\ I O. N. Pp ; On Bay street 'curter of Bay and oa the'second Monday in June. thence,West 43 cbs to,B.thence S 10 30 Ell chs to bounded on the north by the.sonth.we8t line
; I Garden Lane. : i RILL rsaic. C,thence East 67 ehs to D at west margin of.the..marsh i a'IOD' the west by the river ,tic. Johns
;. \ i.: oldie Matanzu rivertbence down the river ss follows, beong to John Benson of Brooklyn,'New ,
' & ; DOCTORS. : For the counties of Orange and,St. Lucie' .Tuesday N J7 W 33'10 E, N 25 W25.dialo'F' thence N 24 R. B.CAN OVA Sheriff.and ex- #

; !J I / D ct. f. Weedtn jpffice at hia Dwellio f House before For the the first Mondar of November.. W 60 cbs to the beginmg corner at A; Tax' AaessorandColketot \
county of Putnam at Pilatka .the second "
I. R. B. CANOVA, 8hen3aaderoff.Tax : Janmaryl 1850
i \, -- .on. Bridge Street. ; Tuesday before.the first Monday of November.: '. .
1 Doet. JoknE. Peck." Office on St. George Street For the Assessor and Tax Collector. Tax Cal ectc r'. ale..
} coaaty of Si. John's, oa the first Monday Jan.' ... i
1 f 't I a l;w dojors North of the Court. House.DRjUGGIST. in. November. 1. _'_j__ By virtue of the power vested in me by.la .

: I For the county of Natam: Thursday before the -.' .Tax 'C Mleptor'; Bale.,_ for sale before the Court. \:
., i ; third Monday of November. >virtue 'of the power vested; tome bylaw I the city ofSuAngustine'on.the; first .
f '. P.C Zylttra. Chexai is find Drugget. North East I Ir. For the county of Daval,'oaths third Monday By ahallexpoflc-for sale before the 'Court House pal next, the folbWing described I.
f ,the Public Square- opposite the, middle basin.E. November. I.door In the arty'of St.' "Augustine on the first.Monday much thereof eta will pay the State and Count i ; .'
? \ r 11 ir= For the county of,Marion on j; the first Monday iaDecember. i of August'next, the following described property or so the.yearJ1849, and the Qecessary' expenses ;
'L : LAWY a8. i I much thereof as will pay the Bute and County tax thereto Tii': 310'acres of laud lying ad l'
. I I B. Govli. Counsellor' at Law--oflfco oa Art For the counties of 4Uchua pad Levy- oaondMonday -- da/s thereon for the yetr849.and< the neeoanry expenses tho.head of Maultrie Creek, fa the'Goun ; : :
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\ t f' I i illery Lane. iUilliemA. i ir : in December.., ," Ir .'.' I incident thereto ,Tiz ;*an andMoVd.interest of Johns in the Stale of Florida,abbot three
't Forn.r,. Attorney at Law sod SoJiritor For the county of Colombia; on the third Monday GOO acrea of land biIoapDDOWi late t Daniel of the citnof St. AugusUae ounded North. |
i i'' in Chancery -o&ce oa the ground floor ot in December. '. Curtis jr. of New York city 'being pan.of a grant Joseph Fontane,East aad West by vacant)
M I the Sooth Wing of th.Cost Hoa*. The U.S. District Court, at St. Augustine, on thefirst confirmed by the Supreme Court.of, the United Ststss south by lands adjoining Bashnel's Mills site
l Guns & FairltkJt Attaney and Counsellor ifs Moaday in ApriL to John Huertas, deceased,situate lying and being on.. by the Spanish Government 'to Joseph
s. Law-office ia the Court House. the East side of the River 8U Johns about a place figures and marks of which are '
called the Ferry about twelve miles therefrom and Plat and Survey thereof made by Robert
PUBLIC OFFICES. Valuable Plantations, Wild ,Lands below John B. Ryants bounded South by lands of and now belonging to the Estate of
&c.in East Florida.
Peat O e,. |>. C.2latra Post Master oa the corner be undersigned u Agent for the respective proprietors John Mure, and front thence East to the head of .Gibson
of Bey Street and Febttc.Square,North of .Market T ,offers for sale the fallowing lands,to Deep Creek and bounded on the North by the S R. B CANOVA Sheriff and
W limb qC and' the West the River Tax Assessor'and Collector,
buildings. Tocoy, 'on by i
wit: That well known and extremely valuable Jan 1,1850.
Stf Gf neraft B. A. Putnam'Surveyor St. Johns. ,
neyor Qgt. ,called the Bulow Plantation at the head of :
t j General on Hospital Street,corner yf Artillery Halifax River,formerly occupied and planted by the R. B. CANOVA. Sheriff and ex-off. Tax Collector9. Sale. .
Tax Assessor aad Collector .. i
Lane and Hospital Street. late John J.Bulow with a force 300 hands suitable } i. c. virtue of the power vested in me by
Land Offiu. Doci.Y;illiam H. Simmons Rejtfster.of for both Sugar and Cotton and advantageously located Jan 1,1850.Tax By' for sale before the Coon .
Public LaadWomes ia the Court House. on navigable waters.. It lies upon the coast'about ; Collector's nale. ,. the city of St. Augustine on the first ; '.
1 Tkaa. T. Mttll.:' Receiver, office in Court forty miles south of Si.Augustine,and contains about. B' virtue ot the power veiled. in me by law,I shall gust next the following described property : .
110_. 4000 acres. for sale before the Court House door in thereof will pay the state and county tax '
; A.Altar*f. Keeper of. Spanish Archives, office. in Aao! two thousand adjoining the last described the City of St. Augustine on the first Monday Au- on for the year 1849, and the necessary
Ahe Court HOUM. ''I ,. lands being the Pellicier Grant in Graham's swamp. gust next' thej following described proderty, or so cident thereto,viz: the undivided one third
Judge _/ PrAtt*. ('((D.Hoiaphrys Jed ;a) office 1 Also, the Spruce Creek Plantation courting 899 much thereof u will pay the State and County tax due acres'of bud granted by the Spanish ,
Tjfn the Court House. t acres suitable for'Sugar culture and near to navigation thereon for the year 1849 aad the necessary expen Samuel Betts,deceased supposed to belong
Peter B. Duma Clerk Circuit Court office in about 70 miles south of St. Augustine, near sea incident thereto viz: so undivided interest of H. lewis and wife or of the estate of

.he Court Home. ; New Smyrna. 600 acres of land,now or lately belonging to the estate deceased, situate lying and being in &hili ,
Rafael B. Canon. : Sheriff and Tax CollectorofDlce I Also> -the Mount Oswald Plantation on Halifax of John puerto and mortgaged Ito William Lamedof Johns on Matanzas river bounded south by '

i in the Court House. River about 50 miles south of St. Augustine near the the city of New York,being so much of a Grant creek and east by JMfatanxas fnlet.
,_ Collector of Ciutomt lames R. Sanchez, office coast formerly planted in Sugar by the late Geo. Anderson made by the Spanish ;Government to John Huertas, R. B. CANOVA.Sheriff and ex- : t
f hia Dweltfag HOUM oa Bay Street. I and now the; property of Joseph Lauton containing and confirmed by the Supremo Court of the United Tax Assessor aDd Collector ,
iJ' Jtupettur ./ CiMU. 'Ora Howard, office 'in 1900 acres.S ri tales to said John Huehas,situate, lying and beingon January J, 1850 '
oward Buildings >"aWllquare. +* S Also,!000 acres south of New-Smyma in'Turn- the east St. John's Rtver, above a place called the ; .
/. H. Bnnn. ;Judge ,. 8. Court Northern bull's swamp, being the north half of the Rosette Ferry,about twelve miles therefrom and below John a,2 Collector's Sale.By >
District Florida office' ,.the Court House.G. ] Grant,welt( timbered arid'near navigation B. Ryants.bounded' South by lands bl John Mure virtue of the power rented ia me ;
R. Pciri. .. -C1ert; U. S. Court, office in Also forty thousand acres on the St. Johns River and front thence'East 'to the head of Deep' Creek chili expose for ale before the Court .
the Court House. ; 4 'f between Lake George and Lake Monroe consisting taking in the East and'West bank'of said Creek,and MeUonviHe'iu'the,: county Orange,oa the' ; .

J Deputy N r.1al. George I. Zehnbaar, office in of. valuable pine hammock and timbered lands in various %bounded on the North by the S.W line of Tocoy,andon I day of September next;the following ;
Ahe Court House. I 1 tracts', the West by the river St. Johns. erty.'orso: much thereof_as _wilT pay the : +
Also, 3000 acres in Abchna county suitable! for R. B. CANOVA,Sheriffand ex-off. county tax due tberrdo' for the year 1849, '
i ORDNANCE DEPARTMENT. Cotton or Sugar. Tax Assessor and Collector '.a. c. I I cesaary expensesincident thereto : to '
., Copt JamttS.Hfaaoxt. Ordnance Storekeeper, Also COO acres in Columbia County good pinelands Jan 1.1650. acres of land situated at the head of <
office oo du George afreet;a few doors South;of the\, on die Santa Fe River. assessed to W.Ixmd. 1: :?;.
,t Pry Good store of..s M. Wakeman. Persons desirous -'I Apply for terms particulars, &e.to Tax Collector ble.By VIRGILR.DUPONTTaz .
of visiting the fort 'will make application to I : GEO. FAIRBANKS; ', virtue of the power,vested jn me bylaw,I March, S. 1850. _
Capt. Hacham. Agent far the purchase and sale of Land. shall expose for,sale before the Court House Tax Collector' Sale. '
; I ; Payment of Non Resident Taxes&e. door in the city of St.Augustine, on the first,Monday 1 virtue of the vested ia
D'i power me
PEACE. Feb .. of August next the following ,described ,property to .
JUSTICES OP THE St. Augustine, 22. __ shall for saje,before i
I -lIfI' expose
George /. Ptallipt. Justice of the. Peace and pay the pate air county tax due thereon, for the
: Ifottce door in the city of St,Angustme.on on the first '
.Notary Public, offic* oa Bay Street North ,of theMiddle rear 1849, aid the .necessary expenses incident of the described
t ,S.\\S basin. I IF Six months after date we shall present our thereto, via : one ,lot on .Oneida street supposed jAugust next following Pro M'r
: .ami Vouchers Executors of theEs nch.tbereofaawt7lpay. the,suis sad ;
,i: t' J. Q i.. Justice of the Peace, office at hi* : as t to belong to Pete 5kt1l Smith a noiiresldent*bounded .r ad m'
teafaoyes .
tatsof Richard Weightman deed. to the Hon. Jadpo t a
store I north oy the Papy lot,south By a lot supposed to' i
I f Probati of John's for final ettl peises _bride:tbereid'ili''SttO' icttirf' I
; 11 ,____ t r itJITV & St. County, a belong the said Peter Ekes Smith east by Oneida
OFFICERS.t, nient.and shall at the same time apply for Letters. ofDismission street and west by the.Mitchell lot, containing three ate4oath( ft east side of the' river .Su,
: as such Executors'of which all par t or parcel of that tract of land known a*
persona less. .
Math Srlaaa. Mayor. : : acres more or
interested in said Euatevill take notice. as'FuuriaDd.boanded north by lands of .
ALSO another lot on Oneida street supposed to belong ;
C. Brice \ ,
ham, east by public lands,south by lands
.4. Rottr.' \ !Aldermen. R. b. FO NTANE.E$ ." CU to fl. to Peter Sken Smith, a nonresident boundedDonh I to the estate of Georgt A. N.icoll, deceased .j
the above advertised lot south alotol
; by by
P. Brnrt I $ < r.
I i the river St.Johns late
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M.Medttit. ) }1r I 'f' Jan 1, 1850. _\ j& .Philip Weedraaneast by Oneida street andwest by 1' W. Brown. belonging now -:1

Clerk itf the City fCouncil.Charles Haagrr, office Tax of, sector'-Salc.D' die Mitchell containing three acres more or less. I R.B. CANOVA,Sheriff and \ _
Council ii l virtue of the power vested !in me by law, I ,Also another lot Oneida street supposed to belongnow T k Assesscr and Collector '..r!
i the rOOlDJI hall for sale before the Court or late to various individual, viz.: Peter Sken .
s l Cleric .the Market, F. p" Jan 1, 1850. ;
I City 9f House door in the city of St. Augustine on the first Smith Philip Weedraan :and others its undivided .,:
errrira. ]i Monday io October next the following described measuring 200 feet north and south by 150 feet east Tax Ciit it r'.S le.D'Tirtu \ :

1 pro tnyoz so much,thereof us will pay L he State and west, bounded north by a lot cultivated by Ths of the 'power vested ia me :X
; AUCTIONEBRS. and County tax due thereon for the- year 1843, and Cosby,south by lot of R. B.Canon.east by Maria expose for Ale before the C -
{ t F. f. Ferreira,aad 1. A. Slrickk the necessary expenses incident thereto Tis light Sanchez Creek and west by Oneida stree t. at Mellonville in the county of Orange, oa I

k Immlrrd frn. of land supposed to belong to Rot.rtTowland CANOVA. Sheriff and ex-off. Monday of September next the following JT.
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,, MERCHANTS. | anonresidentsituatedhi the county ofSt. Tax Assessor and Collector' i* c. property,or so.much thereof will pay the ;! ;
Burrmght E. C4f'. Wholesale,and Retail dealer, John, State of Florida, being the tamo pi'ceof I Jan... 1850, county tax thereon for the yearId49, i ; : } .
i i first quality Family Groceries of al! kinds Li- J land that was allotted to Mary M. Dunham as her r cessary expenses' Incident; thereto, to 1.>
J q 10rI &, No.2 Cpat| aids Charlotte Street North share of her father's Estate at New Switzerland and Tax Collector Sale.' acres of kind granted by 'the panfch -gOY ; fw
,the Public square. bounded on the West by the River St. Johnmeuta virtue of 1bepowtr vested in me by law I.ball John B. Gaudry.on the 8t'of October a-1'
i George Bwt. Dealer in Staple and Fancy Dry ring thereon in front 18 chains and 30 links,on*the By expose for ale before the Court House on the St. Johns River its place caked ; : ,: '
i cods, West aide .f Charlotte street ,a few doors North by lands of Louiki Fatio on the East by. vacant door in the city of St. Augustine on the first Monday den in the county ot Orange,and bonded i :
crib Treasury | ane. lands, and on the South by lands formerly own, August next the following described' property or iginal survey thereof, as follows : i '.
SeA M. Wtkttw Wholesale and Retail dealer ed by Eleor.ora Colt. so much thereof as will pay the State and County tax north by lands of,Paul Dnpcn. the east 1 i '
f 1 Dry Goods cod Groceries.. Grocery store on the Unless Taxes and expenses are paid before the day due thereon for,the lelf'tI849.IDd the necessary expenses pine lands, on the south by landi cf tW l* .4.
1 ound floor of the City Hotel-Ury Goods Store of sale. incident thereto viz : 500 acres of land on loaoe Castro y-Ferrer, apd on the west by j
;$ irneref Picolata aad St. George street, opposite R. B. CANOVA. SVriff and cs-ff. the Fast side of the river St. Jons in' the: County 'oGSt. ) Johns, surveyed by Robt McHardy on. the 11
0 Court House.Mittti Tax Assessor and Collector St. Johns co Johns.bonndfd South by lands DOW or late of the 1817. T ,
!t ? S. b N. finlla Deslers ia Fancy Lyril 87, '1850.i.TBj"'jU'nu Rtv.MiehaeICrotb"ll1d North lad 'East by lands :VIRGIL fcv DUPONTi'Tax : <' e
I Fc!2;. I860. . 1
cods, 4w. opposite .the Planters Hotel oa East or THE ociRDUxsmr or i now or late' vacant, supposed to belong to Turner :

k! le of Charlotte street. KOSJ.LIEL.UDAUUDO rEJtr.U.L.L Goldsmith.R. I "J
Hefts or GABL. W.l't&riu.; DCCD. .B.CANOVA Sheriff aDd ex-off. Orange County': Tax ; .
Pedro Benet. Dealer ia Groceries, Provisiops&c. )
Probate Tax Assessor and Collector, s. J. c. t "to 'B'Sa' 'I.'I.t
Office tit.
<> roar of CliO and.81. George street. County, I } ; (
Mooed Crtp9.!' Dealer in Family stores, ? Saturday 18th. May I860.3ARAH Jan 11850. t ])j virtna of ftepoW-r! Tested in the (( ;;

;i' Sims, 6Ve.,corner:of Charlotte and Bridge streets.F. P. ANDERSON, having this day as ahf! Vxpoefcf"a1! f J. q i ''Wateh maker and Jeweler oa J.3 Testamentary Guardian,of ROSALIE PzuuL Tax Collector's Sale. cIt >!llf in r.c6nty of Orange, tn ] ,
'. wrge arreel.'.earir opposits office of Dr. Peek.Jt and.ALratn O. Ptxuit, presented her ,accounts',for,! y virtue of the power vested in me by law. I Monday of Septrn-.bfr next th* W!!cwing .
*. Ntlu ?Retailer of Boots, Shoes, Car, isettlement and allowance and it appearing, that she I 13' shall expose for ale before the Court House prop -ty, or so mach thereof rs will f:y ih*
f Hits fee., east aide of Charlottes street corset of hath not ;(u is by law required) given notice,of her I door in the city of'St. Augustine on the first Monday county tax .'.disroon for .he y--ar 1e 40,! ? : _
.[ various street aad Treasury Laae. intention.to present the .same-It Ordered, that all of August next, the following described property to cetsary eipen.'ce inciicat thereto.to wit : :
Lawn'. ,*. Tailor, Charlotte street persons in any wise interested in the Estates of the pay the state and county tax due thereon for the of land granted.to Paul Dupon on the I4lh l ; :;
ij near the }t'. Cb said Rosalie L.PerpaU' and Alfred'O. Perpall;having year 1849,and&a necessary expenses incident thereto 1818 by the ,Spu,h government, ?;:rifet
n' Tkmt An ".. Tailor, Charlotte Street near objectioos to.make to the allowance of the said guar via: 'one booaded east by barracks street west' River .t. Join, 'at a place known" ai' Sf1 : ;
f! ltd the store of George Burt. _' dians account; have notice to appear and state the by New or Chadotte street extended, north by an den bouDded''aoihw-arny landof, Vivt

Joker Uti**. Boot maker Charlotte. near, name' ,before this Court; on or before the 33th. day'of alley,being av lot immediately isout Icithe Unittedenkaowa .. William'Williams, Ea twardly by vacant
\ the Clti Hotel.I street July next,.l10 o'clock1, in the ferraooo. Iris for*; 8Wtt. banal gwald..r ; -'f .' a. somhwardly bilaads'if7oha- B: d*-;
) the ordered to the endthat.h notice bo affixed J-"' A..UF..4-- ,, wardly by-lhe:nsa 8f.J.h&i. _U__
: JoiepK Lopez. Manufacturer. of Sugars, shop in I the a certified copy of this order, bo published in ths TftVXssessor and, Collector. s. t. c.' eonfirmedTto said Paul DpponJby 'the .
fktl Howard's Buildlafi.G. Ancient at," News Paper for eight weeks consecutively Jsa 1,1850. .- of East Florida on the.("! ', 1833.
N.'Pq,. .Deader ia Dry Groceries sad Provisions and that copies of the same, be posted up,on VIRGIL DUPOftT.' .. Tax }
Charlotte ftree& a few doors South of the. the outer door of the Court House and at some othef Tax' Collectors. Bale.BY Feb 23, 18S0., Akee '

City Hotel. ;, public place,in the County,for the same period of time.1 virtue'' of the power.vested in. no by law I :.j.1
Mtttri Mumiofi *t NtU;,.. Cabinet makers, G. HUMPII KEYS, Jd,. Probate. ', expos for 'sale before the Court House IN CIRCUIT".CQUR.T. '

I Corner Market sWreadjoiaiafiht. Council f09IB.t A trot copy of the original order ten record ia the door in the city of,St. 'Augusilne'on the JBrst Mondayof ALACHVA ,AND .bEVY "." ;
t \.I,1. tttnucy. lubck Smith and Gun Smith,Bear Probate Office of. 8t. Johns'County. October next the folloirittg property bi. CUUCXXT' .

,; the North, Gate or.Mko City. G., HUMPHREYS- 'so much thereof aa will pay ,4BoStato+and Coutoty. ,O.M.boWnae, I. j j
., St. Acgastke,.36y 95 8w tax des thetut.a for the year 1849._ __.and_ citezjearesiacldenttheretoelx vs. { 'Creditors t
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4iUSEMENTS. : 'uu hundred aeresund James A. reenf Adart.of i JUrshal ,
Billiard Teller, Staling AlUy. Ora Howard Tax Collector ale.By ai or latsi 1&U4 ea the Souse\C Jaliagton R..G. Livinmondec'. I ,Amts.IK '
t Howard Buildings Market square virtuo of the' power Tested in mo by law, x' Creek ia the Ceoaty.of.8t; Joos, beloagiag' to pursuance of adecreetal order of' said :

I o .Bowling Alley, Ztf". and PtfrttlurL, by. shall expose for sale before the Court House'' Henry Hall, a oonreaidrtt parchased by the said. directed"all peraona.haiiaf ; "
door io the city of St. Augustine the first '
s on Mondayof from James James.
t F. BriJ eT. City Hotel. HenryHell the above estate aiv hereby, to
I. 'required
;+ \ Philip Gtmtf.! RetaikroftiqconfE August next the following described property, or ; Unless the Taxes and expenses are paid before the moat. r the Wwa of Nevens .Iz. i 1
&.C., Charlotte ;'street, opposite Bridie t'. Bowliag : ant thereof will pay the State and County lay of sale.< at myofestberinoa .I\. .seeood; m ,
: Alley. \ tax for the year 1849,and the necessary expenses incident R 8. CANOVA ftwriffasd ex tTaxlsocEMraadCoUeetor tember. 1850, aadexhibttt' tbelt4 demands a :
thereto,via aa undivided hell of fifty acres + 8u labia c. aada0perseons who shall nott&en ;
; which said fifty acrea of land was originally part of! A rflS7, 11M. same ;
and said
ward .
OFFICE provetfyir demands
!- the new Switzerland tract situated on the River St.'' I apiasf : A
1 t Offitt tJ the CIICt. }.USb ,. ,Bridjera C.' Johns, cod bounded ia follows: beginning at aa : Tax .CeUee&rfr sale.. be excluded fiom,,the ," &:of ijiis li t

Hotel. : oak oa said river,and running south 83 degrees;;E.Ii of,tae. power ,rested.ia.,m. by.hw,I' sachpeitsocs Botpan&sSo U&&suitVbo' :
chafes thence West 50 degrees, :E 35 chains tB.msa s t csle belcrtKa,.Court HooatatJ before JBO aad.prove their,demaadj,sbaD;. I
CHURCHES. across big dam Creek to the St. Aagwtiao road, HeDoavflkia the coea.tyoi'QnBgo.one 411t'Koajiay are timhtrf ;Mock'creditors,eon tribute

':\. R Caikelic CJatrtk. /forth side 'Moacaea thence south 80 degree, E 10 chains c aad O'Iiaksr t September jaexttaoi[ foOowiaf. desert bd propjertyVoiLM tioaato eipcnses. thereof td to kL.IlU3REL.June

.qaare..I along said road to the other line of said samy, .tSjexwf.as wul,par taoataVaad
Bilt..l'Cktd.! .Sesth aide:;ln mcDhqan.' which is u tallows: it being oa tho aiM rmr at a 'Icouaty taj daa thereoa for the year 184%and tbs,*- .,"' 4m' -1 i Sjecial h. Master. -f ia C
; Oa St. cypress and,runs south 63 degrees, E 13 chtias.theaMN 'eeTT rOZ O liadiaittbtreto, wit : ICd agree '
) Pr. loci.IChrd.( Georgo street I SOdejrfts, E acroabtg dam,Creek 47daiasi or"'d', auzvtoIt3 L'1S.' &'le r 11'".Bttyr&U ,tiSD rw'ir tc"" f
: "Jof Q at Porter ia Piati ;
South of th..qure. I
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the said road where the Jut yin terminates BOW or ... I ,
St. th.'MaCDoha '
Methodist Cktftl. George street, near ': i3.i tied P Wisest'
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late belcngiag to the Rer.Donald Mclatoch. J P 1Cria. .'i.ib o tH r"
Housei R. B.CANOVA, Sheriff and ez.. \' the Hfibooroojm rrar Rr r .Smyrna.TIR6IL i'G ; Etios"
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DUfQNT Tax deflector tad
Tu and Collector ,
r11-I.8 COURT7 EASTERN CIRCUIT Assessor. ,s. r. c. 1159. Aaotssor .. ',I Cat.l. !! : 1 '
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