The ancient city
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 Material Information
Title: The ancient city
Uniform Title: Ancient city (Saint Augustine, Fla.)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 56-68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Sylvester Manucy
Place of Publication: St. Augustine Fla
Creation Date: March 20, 1852
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: UF00048575:00079

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THE; ANCIENT CITY TUB MODERN BELLE. {f be broken immediately after the corn is I CURIOUS MODE OP GET rJ G A WIFE. DEATH OF CHILDREN. \

ts ru,-LitnED, WYXKLT' The datiKhlcr situ!'iri the pnrJor, planted we think, that whatever: may ,be tho O.ie little act of politeness will sornuiimes

4: EVERY SATURDAY.3tt And rocky in here."" cluilr; mode, the earth ought to be broken' by. the ) t>>ave;the way to fortune and pref.-rmvnt. Tue Death, at any period of life before the ripest *

3 "LV $' JMASUCX: % ..she's fInd| in brr "ilknn' : A.uLjt'welr ore Ifybefhnlr--: :'#. .. the.aced are deposited*' ,Afier.plantlD'g; :lbfs :| A sailor, roughly garbed, ,was sauntering plain la.us, that tbe Creator man made him
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: "i", ,IIMJJ"jf: )o" M ; .t'Oln1 010.uevcr-ire.reacbcd. Qnd.unlefcS; done through the sjeeti: otNeir,Orleans,"then in :with capacities for |livhag.i nl the. taaae Ioef1. t'lheittt

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PoLuf per Koareof 12 lines or 'lIodiCor the first 'And' Tough slio '&tli"bul n little, ; untirred Immediately under tb;.. talk-: : ,1.therfcebflhotida.. TurninJgth9'corner'oraamuch of. eta .putt t y +t. ::- .

totr-uon, and "8tvtratr>;-Fwz CEKTI for each aabie- 7 is vastly more than Mho thinks. However well the middles of the row. may;bebrotcen '' frequented and narrow alley,hcobse-ved physrologic.il InW9, uf nature ara''otwyetst} rlrt' -

iqaent loitrtlon deduction will be made lor, no HIT f.uhor clad,' In his. by afterculture; :this neglect, irithe1 11!r n young Ia3ystanding in -rplcxityappnrently''hieasuring -" hum ly, instances of death before the full term of
ga ruasetsAnd in existence fulfilled will be as .
beginning can never be cured: Hence he I the depth: of the muddy water rare, as
Inverted for six months,
ticet .
rugged :,eedy wt Ihut: I extreme old
: is With
ago jipw. our Imperfect
indispomable: Imporlnnve, in our. estimation', between her and the opposite sidewalk; with present '
JCT Allidrertisementi most be paid for before Ho( oui4 are all out at tlie.elbow; or Kind and thorough preparation before I no very satisfactory countenance. knowledge of the art of life, and our

insertion..unlfM by a regular customer. By refer lien Hears n Chocking and hail hut.. planting We urge one more general principle I Tqo sailor pursued, fur ho was a great.-admirer disregard of the laws of health,' wo' ere compelled
hoarding saving hit .
rioj 4* oar terms, the requisite sum may be serer Sib / Shillings ;of universal application to this crop in of beauty, and' certainly tho lair face lo witne the terrible fact, that: 'a largo*

(.i bed lIDO tnnimhted with the adrertisement.D" Wlulu nuelully she day by day, ; the South. Itmust be '"well in the ground.All that peeped out ffom under the little chip bat, proportion of all tho murtuiiiyof our racd OCr

Adrerttferoenu not marked with, the nura-' I*' on ilum her beaux and poodles, who have obeevervrd the habits of the and tue auburn. ; rutting buds
ulljixvuy.She and blossoms that
will be continued until corn plant, have.marked the tendency of- the over her muslin dress, might tempt n Death tramples to dust,
, fcerAflattrtioM required, when the sturdier
lies n.bfd in,tho mining, a. large'roofu to grow up. dpon stalk, and to curious, or an admiring glance. Perplexed, 1111,1! maturer plants escape;
.d for.Notlct.io and if '
fotbi charged his shafts arc aimed alike at all.
Till the surfaceIf the forih little foot wlien: the they
n nearly the hour of noon ; spread themselves out near lady put; one gallant
: tell with
Debtora an I Creditor, : $7 00 Thcn-comes down snapping,and snarling, therefore. the, first.atari ot the plant is not sailor, with .iracteristic uitpuLivenes., And it greatest effect upon the lillie ones.

.\p; icatlu. for Letters of Administration, 5 00 Bcraune sho wan called' tiecp m the ground,._so that at each success- exclaimed! "Ihut'per'y foot, lady, should not the hs bhJ\YiIJul1 thickest and hardest upon )
so soon of the '
O" Atttelijiouj notice will, be inserted. gratuir Her hair: In sllll in tho pnpcn,; ive working, an. ..\ddiiional supply of. earth be soiled with the nth: of Ibis lane ; wait' for the core rent -the family wounds circle-inflicted nearest the heartof
ttiay be the these addition a moment' and I will make :' pi there arc
Her pJo'pc.a roots, only, you a path
10151 cheeks
: stilt dabbled with paint and
most dcup isting. There is in ,all this'
al supply of roots which old in the maturity JSo springing oat ncr into a carpenter' ,
p shop
All bm, for Job Printing be /ftmmns uf her 'last night's blushes chcckcicJ world sorrow
: must paid like
BT on3tbe no (that of the
Before she hUrndud ; of (the crop, and .the strength of the stalk; opposite, ho bargained fur a plunk board tl l1stor".a
| lulut. bereft of
of the work. y parent children. David of old said.
; deli-err suffer from i iii the and back to tho
I necessarily improper expo- doorway, coining> ..
O All letters on business,and communications, She dent I upon mp.n' unslmven, .: sure to the sun. Tpcsei results are 10 be Icok smiling girl, who was jUt coquettish enoughto am" distressed for thee, my brother: Jonn-
than but ,the d.'od
mutt be rose n to receive attention.An And m..n with "the flowing hair," I ed to and provided for, depositing the accept the service of the handsome young li"U; over body of bh rebel. ;
be crit'dVould
.. Shof eloquent over moustache, seed deep ;in the ground. ;To do this,the opening sailor, he bridged the narrow. black stream, died for to God I had* ': .
mnkinar- They pivo uch n fcni.f nHir. furrow thould be made with. some plow und* she tripped avmss with u. merry "thank O.J.Ithostf thee, O.\balomIJ'Y scn, my aon: !'

Ordinance provision: ':tae talks ul Itnlinu music, a j which was long and wide enough to throw you1: nnd a roguish smile, making her e,)ea'asdazzling who hnve drank'lhiscflP can rraliz jti
abe expenses of .lIle City of f bitterness The : of
: or tho 152. : And fill* in lowilh tin. moon, out.alll clods or Lust, and dllow tho seed to as they could bn. symphaty friend, though; '
Angmlliie: fQr year : lnd Iliu' but 'be dcpnsitcd at uniform and depth. Alma our,, sailor perfectly greatful to those who are be.eaved, mils-far -
u fhiHild'rnuct her proper young Ivnl
mouse I
tie aid short of .
ordained Mayor fur
If Mdtrmea w..ih it is
Ut it *of I[ charmed. What object kingly intend '
bite fciuks nabs'in a \\66u.. We do not consider that much depth of earth else: could make him catch
St. Angaitlnt, in Council Aturmllf, ,d. There i is consolation:
Ii city o/ ? i should be and shoulder the plank and follow thu little no to be derived
placed upon the planted corn, us up ,
That lor>> ibe purpose of raising: siipplira fur the yenJune Her feel 10. BraId from earth, and the power of religion itself! .
ntc witch the her !
rather shallow ob- through litrces: home shetwice
., very cuver ng secures every lo ,
thfttt-anJ riahi hundred and t.fty.iwo; ilic ''olTazra (
; only enables us to bear ti.e wound which
shah be aescsaeJ, levied nuJ collee '! Her IIIIIKU aru *>o very white, jjcl and greatly: increases the chance of ne.rturmcd the ceremony of ",vulktn c.the even
it. h.'ol. How
d. that.is to say : lien }'Wt'lai urn "p very kftivy, ,: coming up. It is difficult to lay down any plank, and each time thanking him wits one ol whose cannot many mothers there are* '

tt On every ale: boiled elate blongta tl'C" I
said City between the f,u of fifteen and Her rtilor i i. made uf cosm 's'icn: I us ihe character of the coil and the season young'lady trip up the marble steps of a p \\I- ,aru every moment flying to the

fifty-firr years, Twelve" and it hit f teats.' .'' Thdti li this she never will mirth, 'I of the rear, must always vary it, and the discretion luce ufa house, and disappear within its rosewood -, gravs t\h-rn sleep their, little ones. How ,
Oi t"-.rf.tn! belonging to a nonresident of this Her,b ,d) '. ni.uli1 mostly (Ir ,cotton; ; of the planter must general! settle entrance;' for full a minute he stood look inlay a father is: there,who, since he first rose-

$tate fur hire or tervice.! Ten Doll r,. llo heart is made tvhullv ul steins". the question to suit each C1se.Vd prefer ing at the door,and then with a wonderful big from the dust in which he was pro truled by
On ableb-i lieil Free of color, male F i i the turned d i+ of ft's: Iho'blovVhl h struck from bis side a darling:
every < person covering the: seed with hoe, as more uniformity sigh away, posed: drawbridge, ,
female: between the IIge.'of liftern Iud fifty.five Shn alls in l love with n fellow t' : may be secured,. and better earth se and wended bis way back to !his ship., 'i'tleson: has covered the bleeding wound from

rUN Two Dollar Who w"l'lI'ilh a foreign air, cied, for cfJvcringlhuuih we have seen very The next day ho was astonished with an order sight, and whose very life: depends upon hiding -J:

On every tw wheel pleasure: carriage drawn by llo in:irnes her fur' her moisy, go.d: work .done'witl the plow, und good of promotion from the captain. ,Poor Jack it from himself the world-who is: obliged. j i

one hone One Dollar. 'he rii.
T' On every four whfel Carriage drown by ont hone, Due. of i he,very best rnaiclies; -' w drtanicdul ,being exalted to the dignity of a would wrestle with his spirit at arm's length, ;;

two Dr.lars'. Bmhnrc very 'Mrflinaled III life The distance is a question which properly second mate's office on board one ,of the most lest it should hourly prostrate him iu the dun .'J|

t _, ,, 11.- r11 D'whf'tltnrri.ze.drll'Wu.1-: ,hueHevery -,I toIhtJ- .oral n loot |i.r her: husband, \: conic up fur comidcruiion' at this -time.- ships that sailed but of the of -who must r'on-tuntly drive away from thu A
; ;,,: ii.. w-- Ie"t 1 ... -' I0..J \ 1:.,T.: i "'il :. \ >1 .11....'L.ThHr i lioriekept for Loire on I oilier Bones not ihe of the land to co.nietent, which would r
I largo txlcnll'pon quality;, for instead of spending his money tor nmusc, coni't to commune with Its .
Jti-pt prineipailytotlabor, Fifty Ccntt. I [Vi7i the Sail of the skuth. '''Lc planted.) Rich bottom lands can sustain earthly father, must even unclasp .those littler j
]. IKS and
me visiting tiieaircj bowling-alleys
2. Be it further ordained, For every License !: stalks the ,than the from the
that the
to casement
i many more acre common lingers too dearly f
hareorkrrp and Cart tray l Wog- WORK FOR TIn: MONTH-CO N PLAN. his return Iron sea, hu.pui chased U>K>! lo every
any j uplands of, the country. It will perhaps loved from may drop into the dtknrsivilh': -
of the i I had bream quite u student ; ,but he expected
ritlu-r for I
C'unwge Vwcrirtion purpose TIX G.
eon-or I bit best, that our instruction) tike the e hitter before out, or rmjsl also turn and flee from himself,
for hue reward..GoodsWor years to intervene Ins ambitious i
for carrying" Meichondice or Irani-porting other or fiom la our last wo rcconinC'ndedthe: bl'Jinninr j r as a ba..is, and leave the variance to be made, would tie rel1llz':d. His oulcers hope. md strive in the whirl of the outer world to .:
or superior
or any property ot fornipl.iiiiiiif tiu: List of the the of each We the vision with ,
t nt place to aooihrr within this city at the rate ofSixDi'lirt : month, in laj to suit circumotnnces { case. seemed to look upon him with considerable csc.ipe haunting which hd ever

per annum- I\j II voralile lucl1 Irt itS. Hut March M thu month think upon our uplands, that as n safe general leniency, and gave him many a fair opportunity .. longs to commune, but darts not-who praysand .!

3. 11 f it further orJlittd. That eetion two I in which the great hulk ol thc business o| rule lo Miit nil seasons, about lour feet to gather nrui'.tma knowledge ; and in a waits for the time to cum. wr n he call ,

three, four, *u, I't'\'f II Bud eight '..f the Ordinance: ;, .pi.iniin is to bo done, and \ve uihi e Party pach way 'Ibrt.io hills of- one ;stalk each, is a year, tile huud
making provU n for the .jfiirtn, and l hlr paying und, l'ulitiil| ii'tcrnon tn it. Tin !>uct: 'sa of good di taure. If ih year should be wet, we hud ucquirid unusuil favor in the eyes ot the yield himself up fully lo ihe sweet memories

the debts of the City i ft.. Au:unnit, l'a..l'ot'd the tho crop must d pl'rad'f.rv largely upon thu 1,111tl..." corn will do well (planted thicker, portly co'nmandei Captain Hume, who had of the past, when they lived und were hnppv ;

third day of March IR43, otil uls* Kcpnon, two, !. Lute and manner of planting. Uihci branches, but it'dry, much injury would result; to the first taken th: smtrt little black-eyed fellow", together II ;"w many Lto about with smiling "J'!

three and(urof the Oniijinncc making' provision of bribe expanses of the City (If St. Augustine pnsvd 1 carelrs.snoik4, HJII| u fhiincu of corrtcingnn: l rule, Irish has been found t'1 wurk well, and cabin boy. while, the parental floe: n/h, dammed in their

theaixth day of January 18"1, and all ohci or- to ammo extent, remedying the evil by after which my te regarded as the 'basis upon One night the young man, with all the other bosoms. ready! lo overwhelm then wi'h agonyv: l J

dioanceajLod parta of ordinaacrs, that run be ep- eff-rts. UoiO howevef, our errors are fatal, wnichcalculu ion ure to be made, whether officers was invited to an entertainment: lit tt.eetptatin's Th-3rcure g.-iels, and this is hue of the mishit

plied in aid of the provision uf this Or Ji nance,ez and do not admit n reared}. Ti e badly planted the planting should be in tau drill or with house lid went and to his a.ton. est, loo deep'for teartoo heavy to bear, .in I

re/ii such at may be inco.u tent with ibis b' and crop, with u consequent'failure of stand, raws, narrower one way and wider the other. ishment, mounted the identical steps: that two from "h'ch weinu-ti sly when possible-wjth

lie Muie are hereby declared to be in full force. inflicts an injury .burn which there is little Wo regard it best on several accounts, to before, the onghtesl vision he hAd ever which we must struggle: best we may when

Failed' In Council December. 6. 1& 1.GLO. ch.inc: nl recov ry. With all sorts ol. bands make the rows for single stalk corn lour and I: seen years, passed over; a vision he htd: never for they come upon u* in the '0:1.: : watches! of the ;

L. PHILLIPS, Mayor.Attett to do the work, there is no security in any a half.leet by ihreo and a half, or perhaps" it I gotten. Thumps thump went hit brave heart, nigbt,nr.d for which our best como'ation! i is, '.

CUAS. HAAGCR. Clerk of the Council. thing use but close pi-rwxial attentton, which would 'b.; even belter to make the rows three as he was ushered into the gr at parlor ; atd that 8 time time death will cure them by bringing 1

sees ;!hat the \vholO operation it performed ingootl by live feet.. On hinds of tho kirtJ now under I I like sledge hummer it bvat again, when,Cap. us into the" presence uf those who have '

Ordinance Huth and according to rule. Some men 1 nsia1e'ationYC. prat :rune to too lam flume brought, forward hU blue-eyed "gone before. J;
A sa an addition to an ,never la it, while others seldom succeed, in stalk curn : the certainty of securing a good and with smile said "the
Ordinance relating to the Police daughter, pleasant We should! not deem it j"S'i, .lble to strike i
gelling a good stand ; ThcicnMJiietiej; : of the stand, Iho ease cull..re', and, thu larger support indebted
.a of the CUr of St. Augustine ynuog.lady unco to our pnlttenrsfur this painful chord in the bosom of others as '
Bauson- .always seems To work out peculiar I rum a tivcn space ot soil, nil being in .ite' '
Be ordained ly the Mayor and Aldermen of a s and dry walk bl< me. His ejcs well as our own, without applying Inc great
flee Cite!sa. ,AlIlfl"iu, Tit\ t if any person or harm lot:us latter class-tho' weather is too tuvorol tile limnt'r.Vu hcafcely; consider were all u-bhze, and his brown cheeks flushed I less<>which grief for premature death is calculated ;

persons! shall commit or cause to be committed wet or too drji,. too cold or too hot-it never it necessary here 10 discuss the relative mer- hotly, as the! noble captain *.u > ered away to tertch-hat n i-. one of the highest. ;;

aid or be concerned in committing anylff"pas.* upon come_ right, nor ever can, whew carele.sgrix its ..flhe hill or drill planting. Circumstnn* leaving lair G. ace Hume at his side. And in dutio to atudy titer art of life.NKWSPAPKH .
any lot, garden, grove or plantation within the n>- + ate lU'i to do !iho work, away from ctii oiten control this question and settle i', a.l that assembly was not so htndsmc a coupl j

City of St. Augustine, or upon any fruit trrr.luubtery the care: and d rec ion of their ullen sor.-' ant when they do not, we have a b ir(! leaning .; as ihe gallant sailor and the"pretty I ladle; :

plant, vine or vegetable growing in any With :h"u class, alt Hontes smou'.hty: enough. to the hill in preference to the drill system, It was: only a year from irrit limo thai tie DEBTS:

such lot.garden, grove: or plantation shall. be con and swif.ly: tisi,as they are general I ti elirsit feeling than the latter is rather more difficult second mate CroJ the quarterJeck,second onlj la a case recently tried in Philadelphia J ag

retard destroying or carrying away any fruit, finish, and crow over the tardiness of u in culture, and with less guarantee of a in coinmund, and put owner with flU' c"pt.'in,, where suit was ought: by t so Germantown: 1

vegetable or thing of value growing therein: such pttins-lakint! neighbor, unl coming up time. I uniform tit intl. not only in his vessel but in the nft;ction.-i of Tftrgrapli '"Jillst a subscriber for twelve I :
person 01 per.on (if free) shall on conviction for Then vented the"sad of ubHcripiionaniI the defendant
IH year'm
luilures.ren > pleaded
story Grace Hume who had always
will advice further his daughter, gentle *
rich We not
offence be now our ,
flue press
dollars and the subject of to a not tad excelling if ten sons and excues appended, vI'rutllng in the man. to. the tmpuruancuof cherished respect,to say nothing of love, the statute of limitation, lha Judge chargedthe : i
costs piojecuuon : a slave on thissunjee, urge I
ground, eaten <' I'J moles, cut down Jury as reported by the Philadelphia .
lie or she shall: be liable to whipping not exceeding p by straight: rows and btrnijEht planting. Wo for tae bright-eyed sailor. par
worm or pulled up l>y birds. All these do horn,' but st act of to pens as follows : jt.
His ear.it pall\en'.u
ly, \
ten stripes and the like costs : And in every cue do not nk this as a mere concession to good .
cf eon fiction the offender shill stand committed I happen sometimes, to the most provident, hut taste, but m a beail'lit.in the culture ot the wards his. chi d, had! pleased thu captain, and Judge' Kelly charged: the jury that,' whets a

,auitht'l fine or penalty and all costa thall bay much is charged to this: account, that belongs CMP( of great value. With this done, the la 'Ugh the )'uut:; knew it nut, was the cause, person sub'>cr.tc3 for u piper, and gives di- ,_ 1

been satWied and paid to ii not her, stol plowman. in all except the first working ot bit first promotion tip that now the old I eclions where it shall Le left he is bound tit :

jBt itJ.r'An.rda lld, That it aha U not Ie law. The explanation is generally found in the of' corn, w II l do about all that may be nun hud retired from bu louse, ycnrjr. Wwilt pay tor It.. unless try nrrscnutnr. me rrrmrfurwhich :

i+ ifal tor any taercbatit or fliop-keeper or other person manner of p'i1' +tintt. To?, much haste'' and needful, and leave: the 'hoes in t he cotton, is Capt-Wellsr.nd Uraco Hume-- is, occordmgto ,it shall 'bu !left. If subscriber withe's .i'

le1..'Ware. or siercSiaaJiae on the Sabbath day or I done when. uf crop U wcllJu, led. The nigh much ncened, (as the Almanac: man would! fact, our honest sailor i i'l one uf the richest -quarn(his ncconn'K and then give notice of"'*_ -1dtsconlimmricp.

.barter or aril the ume,shah on conviction be find wosend bywa}'' which are getting ; to be about this time men iq! Ibe\Crescent City and boWes, perhaps If. paper is sent to a person {

JO the sum of ten dollars fur every inch offence"together introduced so cencrully, for doing t-ie; thing star) the greatest part'ot hi* prosperity to hla through the post office and he takes it out,he '

with the cost prosecuting the sane: quirk.huvo oU n crated ns great drawbacks tact and putiteoew in crossing the z.trect.-Ol-. is bound to pay for it. If a subscriber cban-
J e it further ordained,That it eh.lIl1ot bf lawfulor has the
Tho Philadelphia Penusylvanhn his residence it does follow that the, '
/ in the ultimate yield of the ,crop, andreserved ire Branch. gerf not
any person by himself,servant or aunt, to give,
for anotocr day, much hard workto futlo"'me broad : 'carrier must take notice of i ;-and A delivery
u'cior barter oT ,to any slave or slaves any vinous, be done in the cultivation, which might UE JUST BEFOUK Ynu Anti GssERousV !- A stddtngubtt-f; wind took a parasol from I of the paper at the place where ho was first>

licence epUitotu in intoxicating liquors without an eipreas have been 'avoided by better preparations in \ ., see nmon"st Hose gnzettfd as having tie band uf its owner, and a Ihely Irifchman. dirctccd to leave it, i is a delivery to the sub .

of aaid writing slave or from slaves the,pcrscn under bavins the the control of the beginning. We hope our patrons will be 1: colitribucd largely to the Kossuth fund, the dropping his hod ot bricks, caught the parac scriber, unless the pnMi-her receives .notice

twenty doliara for each and offence penalty, with the ready lor on early start I In the business: of I I I nnmn of'a gentleman who stands indebted on hute. "Failhtll m\uid he, ".f you ucreas I m discontinue. send it to another place. .

t'-oftU ; lad the informer shed!every be entitled to the one planting 1 but if lOU are not, with; all our predilectionn 'lour' bocks for some four ) ears' subscription. struts PS you air handsome, it would not have 'rlu olntutc of lirnitatio-i did not effect ,the

jlialf oftwld penalty : and if the person orperson.a for putting the corn in early, we ], The person referred has the reputation ol got away from yi.u.! "\Vhich bull 1 thank case ns the defendant hid nail somethinr on I

:w oBendiag shall be. Iicen ed chop keeper his or may ay though it may be with great reluc-I'R generous whole soulcd clever fellow-and you for first-the service or thu c.mlllilTl'rrl"Ulkl'd | !| ncccount in June 1844. Verdict for plaintiff .
i.. but lor all that, \\o ('ouldnut j
I believe smilin iy."Trothaiam"saidPat'n
we ; the
their Il license shall be- revoked. tnncc, delay until you have made your preparations lady, : I II 822,59.:
JP *ei i, help thinking that if a portion 'c'4'the check nun touching the placu\where once stood
t.twcilMay\ 2CA, 1851.E. good, and let n >t tour hast-, by any
4 handed over to the"KC)*.uth ', Nacr, that
B. GOULD; Mayor. induce to plant badly. Wo" no'ostentatiously I the\brim ol hi"vn's oncca <
moans you + fund" hud been appropriated to the debt so tliunkFd unfur bob DE.1tTlrCLTile Cint' .anti of the
Attest, would havo, if possible all lands intended I look of)'uur ootJuaaiul} eye Enquirer .
Ci.AS. llAAGER i long standing tho donor would have stood 24th ult.,tIlYs-Oo Monday night last a party :
,Ckrk of the Council. fur IbOIOU hly broken bet. re planting! ,
I Forr1 that there are a 'little higher in our estimation us a just, as Duuelas Jorrold say : Tre. \rrcnare all of females armed with clubs, entered a drinking
< tha assertion, '
und venture
we well as n generous man. .d ko. When they are maids, t"ere' mild 's! jal.mti nt Mount, Vernon, in Ibis Stale, and
f0'1'IICE. in. which compensation:
8 RECEOr GIVEN .heirs. caps in the milk ; once make them wives, and xlhey lean mat'.i n gcncitl smash up decanters, bottles,
to ill Creditors, would not, be found for ttm; either *
the their certmcatcs J .r". &c., nnd departed. leaving tho
backs aguitul marriage place upromiscuotnlv
kgtScbknthcra Estate -of EDCCATIOX GEORGIA.Thero arc their
interested In the ultimate y cld.ot the t crop, or the greater cas ur
coq KJocne late of tit. Johan County deceased i4: cu.tiration.. ,Yet there are cases in which State ot Georgia, 1450 school}*, colleges and and dely >'cu._FIt piled up mass of broken elas,
tht on il dater thousand hundred andtwentytwo p a n.I's, whiskey candy. &c. It was one of j
B.ejpiration of six Months from the often academics with one nix
be nnd fifteen
lle"9f I this previous plowing may very cwt, the people of the United States, the rffrirts to enforce the oftha *
wW,"CP1'1 **the Court of Proba tes "r the serious difficulty teachers and an ltrl'g.'te number provision -
fgtEaty W* St. JobDJ aforesaid for a final settlement I is dit'nSl'J with Land no very; in Cotton, I of pupils. Notwiihrtandm/, the number pI! millions of dollars a year for ncwrpapersand j Slniny tc-mprnnco 111"1 nnd was encourige.Iinn'I \
has been
.!f i ny.tcotuta with said Estate: and a discharge a- in'ucit. that in the State, over t -cncrears : other periodicitls, the army and navy i :'uctained! b\ men belonging to Ih8 temper-
soft I white yweut ,
.rt-dminittrator! thereof. 1 j and on which no stock has run, or very i persons write costs twice. as much. Which i is :.hc 1Y)1 III nticc or lIniz'tion. The wun1'1 .irfcortainlyr
who cannot read: or is x '
lands which have borne' other C'ulli'a.tl'd .i of ago, \ '
FRANCIS RIDIEJl, Admr.' light \ vcttmcni t ",:tros:i'g sme in this! direction.
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THIi ANCIENT CITY. J Weir York Correspondence.NKW March: these two Steamers ate unsurpassed: f holy. nit Ih if is precisely, what the Cuban directing the clergy
i I YOKE, !ABCH, 2nd 1852. by any now afloa: for speed safety and comfort Filibusters' desired lo accomplish nearer to the name of' their several t communes Ibe i'ia:
The now has almost altogether disappeared and home. They wished! lo diffuse science, civi- +!i ship! of the h.>uc of Orleans,and in this atinT
,-a new splcndcd Steamer now near
'(iid: free institutions in a neighbor-: +:rJto' obtain, by Urn n approbation '
: sincewinti the half hurricane of Saturday night,but completion and named Cortes also owned \ thopciipj-l-.
by \mg i island, which nature has designed to sup the< acceptance: ot a national act "*
: dies hard and even now is coming down Davis Brooks &. Co., will soon join the "Win- 'port 'millions instead of the thousand<< '.0 procslaieoi of the lestamentufy legatees: the

on us with a cold drizzle which freeze as i it field Scon" on the Pacific sid ., .. .v: -... monopolize its advantages.,; But the GovernL J Philippe.M.Aozicr .of. '_

fall'.end, compels the people to pick their meat of:Spain, lakes that of Jap-m, bhtmatdv Minister from Belgium
) VA.LJTr or rEDCBAi. ;RIOBTS AKDXES1STAICE DE1EIUIIKEt steps .. I kn w.pf no cwMctof or throutrrline,from had .f.
,. this benvoleni nnd Vived P.iri rend had.
I : opposed phiUnthrophic ol long -
interview .
Att OPTOSE THEM as daintily as Ifthey..wcre treading on egzs. f sine
---- New York: to San Francisco.(vt't ChagrexandPunnmalEhat purpose, and employed the mst brutal 1111111 Louis Napoleon.! It is positively ass'. rtrd that

i ST. AUGUSTINEMARCH! 20th, 185J.f : Grunzig has expiated his crime upon the has through tickets to Tarnishbefore wivaRe mean+ for repressing the spirit of ex- the purpose of the interview contemplate' *| .

gallo ws. There are few cases on record in the 'tailing o) this -Unitcd Slate*** on I pending liwdou and chiliz.llion.-and in all lionwi union between. Belgium' arid ,France. as ItM --.

Ht' Correction. which murders have made (after conviction the 36h! March-and whore pisengcr* (having this it had no stronger advocr.e, nor did the buleived ih+*t ihe project "ill provoke' twat'
J.tUnri. men who sought to establish in this hostility England, aril intimated
and of death ltttat
sentence were pronounced >> iditk
We have discovered I, that in ihe proceedIngs upon i throug'i' tickets-signed by DavJ; Brooks f.iilhtul; island ;he progressive; and developing, .: event of its CUUSUJll ttlon. Franco and Belxiug

+ published In c.ur )Jlt-of the Democratic them) greater and more persistent efforts to &. Co.)-go by "WinfieM, Scott from Panama ideas of thi Republic,hav'a bitter f'ncmy"rid under the covcrnment.of Louis Napoleun": WatrJ,

+ County meeting of St. Johns held for the nrI evade the penalty': I know'of bu one. ins to San Francisco" on Ihe lOfh, (,f April. rcviler than. this same New York Exprest. come clattering about his ears like a house i/ .
stance, and that was Prof. \Veb Wr'a. I sat, cards. The "Union" will "
Tho owners of this line sell : not endure,tho
I polntment of delegates to tbo Madison fConvention no more tickets tell
within: (From the Baltimore Sun.] ter predicts, beyond n few months '
'' arms length ot the latter throughout his Shan have berths at best, ta.
: a mistake was made: ; as to the trial and observed his they to give to passenger! FliANCE AS SUE IS. date of its ratification.

time at which (hot body i I. to assemble-the countenance at every on board, and each Steamer ,is amply provided
I Important item of evidence link alter I link, We make the subjoining translati-jn of
ns, : a
s true time, fixed for its meeiingj' being the 19th -and ably commanded nn'd.eoch, has ah FROM TEYA31NDtAN DEPIiEDATIU:t
letter from a distinguished friend of
I the fatal chain of testimony was elicited which the re-
I I of April instead: of the.20lh of March, os Him experienced Surgeon and Physician on board bubliCDn cause in Paris, and being wriiten Late Texas papers state that the Irdjlrn:
to drag from
was his elevated I
i published by us. position as Families sending Lndirs'IInct1Ch! will there, and under a full sense of the character continue their depredations. alon the Bad
..... a citizen and man of science and evil around Grande and Nuce. and
t I' find this line of Steamers very doirable-i-the! of Louis Napoleon's pr ceedings nnd the effect even within fifty ,

I his i memory forever. But there was no change stite-:ooms being commodious und of them, :l will be received by our reader?, no miles of Suit Ajitoniiy On the evening of4
The feather. .. every convenience the ibr iuli.a party of them, fifteen in '
d ( expression from his dignified propriety of doubt, wha degree of iuirrot commensurate nom

i The, present month j has been, most of, the manner, am. air of innocence evident lo. .: provided on board fur their comfort with the atatemenrs it contains : ber charged un *me fourteen Mexicans wall "
f me, Americans uli '
were out wild!
t' running horses
lime, ri1d jilensant-wilbin the I lost two \1'8'Februari< 8. 1853.
i until the stub.of-rnpc-vinc was produced with i I near Sin: Aiitoni:>, killed &>n il.lo' ;Virar
t renew and cc will
caution By mcr sift
or three however it assumed a less acccptablo repeat my to passengers you leceive:: ctinntelligence g
dnys which he wrote the citiz-n' of that wounded .
intended I r.in place,
anonymous letter *' which to be increasing "uhp.rat:
no faith in ticket always
character and from 12 'o'clock on I put any for passage Rlufdmvp off all but of hoS' '
to diver the search of the body of the vie of the political 'condui of ou un- six their a 7.I'
; : Tom Panamr to San Francisco unless it indicates I l h.fcfC-Hiri%r in from Laredo nipoctrJ
Thursday ni ;hl,.until yesterday afternoon.es: tim to a different q.tarter. Then, he removed lortunate country. The re-.nomfnatfon of lhir.k
. pecially it was moil foul aD boisterous*,; the l the name; ofihe Steamer-and is signed Louis! Napoleon, b 'sed Oport; .tho', coup: d'c!al Me !cifJtflUtf "by Induin 'I.wo hun nlI."
i I his.RpcctacJe! and with an.ex ressioa*half' cit fb-t, e--o of of the latter, wnrrior, are reported luiicimpc.liit t.:
I 'e : %tr said Steamer otherwise of the 3d December, and which has resulted :
ymniMPtm"" rMy-- \, tfT '. tT ,!....'. r. .. r ,eppte' ViousHmir-contenrptuous, ,and a smile &hhil r'maf' not o'lY'bo' disappointed but defrauded. you in a voice 7,500,000 for th- infamous usurper Like E..,. IlIluZ I, near Ihe juactioaol I..
1 head, must tit sea, h produced serious; seemed "Ho ihe Leona anduures rivers and '
ridiculous will about,7'twentyrive
I. repeal wall uwhnt event ally open the eyes of Ihe
and dot't
disasters albeit, by that, leave with o ticket ,which promise miles nbi.Vf the elation b.r.ftilt
\ was accompanied, won/ they bring up against me next !" took French people. The middle classes, indeed, -
\ \ which will In the future, not a little! corrpcnoul his : only to secure a passage "irilhejirtt independent already I,+:.ccivr ihe great error they hive six. compun es of mounted ritlnnn artlto

solo fur its di3agcecab: sacs-namely-a plenncs eye-glass and looked over to the wit Slt mer'=-?'ut Panama orrefund, the mo committed, and will 'rake the first opportunity" b< MI. llunc.f. Tnlii'lians de'i,(n makmg"""-l.
stand hero lay this little relic of his belter in whu'ever firm it the above (Miint headquarters tor sntnTrI 't.
teous fall elaborate effort 13: cover up his crime. Bu' I pocketi, '* them to reverse the net and escape its conquencei m?, and milt (panics am conlinu illy sull)- >,'

tanning tq be sensibly fell, as well in the gar- notwithstanding| his command over his countenance 1 a- The confiscation of the estates inn; forth fur the purpose of rapine and murg ,! ;.

dens of the c1t.va in ihe neighbouring fields I noticed that hit hand From the N. O. Delta. of too house (;Orleans is denounced throughout ,Ilrr .:0 "
fc-crnblcd I6ih
the tlo C'dIQst .with what very tne whole << and the On the ult. the Mexican who had been _
storm night: a !om(! | NORTHERN country ; undi-guised t.
-;- much ns he replaced his spectacles upon his FILIBUSTERlSJi.One : dispelS II l of the offices of 'tuteias marketable for six yenrs H prisoner wilh the Cumanchcs ve
though as trust not hurtful frog
9 heavy ; >e nose. Excuse, this which I of the must violent denouncers came intu'Bcliuvill", "*
digression,; was of the commodities, tor: the promotion, of his own opposite Guurreru lIitrrporlld \!
; ; nnd to day the sky, is again cloudless, bright led into by the resemblance between ihesotwo Cuban Expedition,which invoked the vengeance plans, is exciting+ universal, indignation aJifnanst U puny of li.dian., from whom he ;

,'., nnd cheering.Chevalier.- 1 eases in respect to the extraordinary cf-, ] of heaven upon all persons, ai pirates the Presdcnt. The despotism ot hi* h ul. v..capc". in the iieiglibiirhoixl. In tweo-

and freebooters, who proposed a measure character,, i it, moreover, exceedingly: offn ry ininut* s the active and eilicieut roimdfng -
; fort used by the prisoners and their friends toclear i by which the : Lieut. II.
settled officer
sparsely and cuts i- 9 ve in the reckless imp I onlnl'flt ot some lIt Tyler, omp.my C. ;
them, after contiction.> I I I tntcd island .of Cuba would have been rvn- "the most respectable and honorable men, 2d Ura:'O is, started a party under an oljand .
''I ajjI
This foreign, functionary: recently paid our The ruse of a pretended confession by )Mar- j dried available to support millions of civilized !I- parenll) for the single .purpose of laying well tied 'tt+sol.Jicr Corporal Hi ranker, Jf-
town, ,l! fan Ce""Gnie.yisit. of tt'me two I j;arena Lohrenvhe paramour'nnd confederate York and enlightened teailreswas the New I I hold of their property nnd appropriating iier struck the trail, tuUowinc I it until dark,

t Express. This jlJuruul"now whips a- !!.. I to his own u+e. But no act of this chancier u hen they 'ame..n the Indians tern in
'drys of
Jayn. Ho is entirely unostentatious in : Grunzig in the murder of his wife, was undoubledly i round and recommends .
that the Vnilt'd.Siales i no seizure of property, no ..citlZen'is exiled number,eiiin nth -d in n rnvinu in front of the ",
nnd manner ; and bad he not been specially inlcndeJ to-elicit a full pardon fiom I shall -organize nn expedition tn proceed !;'. !but it would embarrass the Government to\ chi 1lpa, erR I. The corporal insian
b pointed out to "us, as 'tho representative of the Governor, in which case it could not bave'l'I to Japan to gicjrothe opening of her
Austrian despotism ws should with our uninktructed. i- been rescinded, though the trick was certain ports to our commerce, nnd in calk mor-l itu jarc i insulted by imprisonment, un ) mo'her* killing, four of iiitf Laiinuathe other'r" unpinR it:

cyeu, have looked upon and considered ito be discovered. As it happened the fraud Ion shall fail lo teach Ihe Japanese: the n eand i children are even at thiinnnfiti under in thuclnjpirr.il.nnd; tro,. the 'Jarkratli, c..uaf; .
cessity him, as nothing more than a mere I produced! only a temporary rcspiu.during: this of our commerce ihe
; or, rips Express has i it ll >cicty, ns it were, in a stale of oil hur>eriaild two Iicld. :
man ; un-cndowed, by deputation even, wit h reprieve quite a number ot the country-men.::: "to secure ante" redress of past and ptcseiit r i cl.isscs nnd people find themselves oppressedn .k,,'

::( t nught like "divine rights. We saw him seyI of the convict (a German bf goo I birth nnd grievances, then it advises that I"U 4urer III Ihe exercise of their rights by this in xlerri Tits JAPAS EXPEDITIOX.-Mncrf activity taw "

I ral.times, ,under circumstances enabling us education it i is said) visited ,the p' isaa and i interested i- :' coercive mint try what ban virtue words.there That: i i. in means more Nero of unhappy Franco. But Ihe working, prevails in somu ut tin? departments of tll".r r

., we may do our mn, the cormm.TCMl class, he d Unit'-d SaiesNivy Yllrll. nl th i*place, in,
pretty well to form an opinion, and wo readily themselves for hilt liberation with. a. brother no injustice, wo nobility, a > preparing t;
give the ,, nlists the bri_ nd
argumentH even r } are united in their Perry :+ rt.r!hip i"Pl.l,

I admit, that he sernfc to be, quite a civil zeal whichconsidering his (n.inifcst guilt w a in 'full, a. follows : to sb'l kc olf this"oJIUUi opprct-ion purpose tilt thusexp: edition. Workmen Nrccmtued. 'It

nnd courteous gentleman : we must be free to unaccountable until explained subsequently -'Bnt the Express. we admit wentTurther. General /fr>ndon, commanding in Alien 1 a, until: near inidnight u&'o both of them vesr|_, w
It held
sny ; that ;it' Iho face is any thing; like a faithful I- bf his interment with .Masonic honor) mid that airs general moral principle. Jat ihas already received the custody of 2500 ns a's so upon the outfits ,-f tne steam fng aus .

and true index, of mental capacity : we You have read, I presume,, in the -news t pun iJoluirous nu right condition to remain in the.heathenishi'und political I prisoner, exiled bv Louis Nil(HIIt.nIU Ms.l lasip+. This: last iianifd v+-ssel' is now nt It.Jlh
P which
in she i is.- the imo: success aud he still 2| thorough
should I' take, him to be, by no mean, a great pers tf yesterday ofGrunzig's+ revengeful in-, ]!I We argue'd that it '\'al6 a .tart of 'he duty of stalks forward with his eyes rinsed; to the ly ov rimled! : and 1\11111.<<:.1; !aU JwrOlht'f work '

man-such |an one, nsTmight; (had we iu-/ Icntion to kiU Margaretta, his mistress and i j i i chriKlian. and civilized nations to convert the very verge ot tin abyss in which hansel: iSlu l o Jon-r here ah
before, seen, abundant proof to the contrary!;) two mother of his children. This oiiserable iI. !i! un bristian nnd unciHlized, and to ass nil his government mid infamous satelitcs w fla-r ship Commodore Perry. In ndII, nn
: morai means in their power, to'send them be presently engultcd. to the i.uai: eoiiileiii'nl .f sin III .i
with reasonable chance HI' kuccew ; engngc creature < i spread among them the principles ot You hate, without doubf read will De provided wins :2.1ojnll&J.. of
in the tiaiskc/
in n diplomatic; set-to'; with a min like thut I. with him, and his wish to have her sign t Iho I religion, ihu msliiutioos of commerce, and awls of the day, an account, of the attempt jour-to nail the .'.inn timber caeh, of IIJotulll..cu-l '" ),

id Dnntcl Wcli,ter. .,\Ve understand that i iF in ono or another of the diff''rent wills which ho the great .blesioxs which distinguish II'ne assassinate the 1'rr:,latent. The net has been bas3ov'd c. Mio will 1.kiJ an cqu.el.nwitber..t.

making now, a iroviously conumplatcdtour hud prepared, was undoubtedly to net her ':which and liko intelligent Government from one, readily but falsely itttrihu'ed to our Irtea iux'nrTor' lift: steam rri ice 'Sit:qudanu t. I'.'ui
tour, tlio! Chevalier, has been governed where he could kill! her with a blow. Car nicy ant and idolatrous.Japan," cruel, bigctod, 'inlet ras I are al arts of violence, but you know how in llios soap and which is t.. ID m our:ut that

kk by a sensible the German convict'with The sincerely we oppose nil) illegal and unworthy sqntdrllu. The MisiMS pi w.ll rill-. 'lake: wi'fa \
desire whom
very. to escape t the he had entrusted writer proceeds in this wonderful .
min- her
means. am a park ol 21 Ib. '
t ., glad to My that the new con?* twelve rNrtz 'r5. As all
atmosphere.olVal'lngton! ; wdich was at the the knife which he intended using firstupon ling' of'State commercial and religious facts, ctt: of Mate contain several of our own numio duspaicli i i.i ordered to be us"-d m unking there ,. I

period! of Ms leaving there, becoming too ', her and then upon himself, is the ruffian to ah into'.w'tbat all tht God, having commanded us ; ber ; a fact of some importance; since for ee Prt'par.'tion3, it ii expecltd that the e.tinditioit "

strongly charged with Kottuthitm, to be entirely Wbd committed the fiendish murder of the old go 10; world, and preach: the Gospel political envoys: representing dinvrent po\v. will soon bo ready cur snilaJC. .
f every Crt'alure'ery conscientious m.svinnnry : ers, have arrived in Paris It is nid that Lieut. ,
nnd Arthur Sin.
exert I l.irhns
ngreeablo to him as the Vicegerent ofluuhappy. man in Dey Street, about n year ago. You> is bound to bundle his I far particu- '
books influence.( been
up One is JL'I',+uffs r ordered lo the command for the
llungar)'s opprcfcsor though in may remembur that: he stabbed the: old man.1son' and clothes, and proceed ut once into nil tho ; of Russia ; another M. It; (;prcsentnlive note du- Tae frigate Alace'l: ..nia, <%filch has Supply.Uvnrazc'd

1 [I the service (as we thinks of u decidedly bad AS they lay bcsiile! him in the bed which dirk corners with of the world''j and in case he' Hturm r. formerly umbassador from A us'ria I and almost r,-l uilt li.is jut t.eeJ n- I'

I! prine ; judging fro-n the gentIem' a amenity i- they bawl hucp ta b'). shared with him. Corn- meets natural and oLaaclel,su ch as the churlish un at Constantinople ; and 51. le PriiK-e do PuckIcr moved fiom the dry diM:". Her th.n.'fwill" _::

of bearing, &c. that ho'has naturallynotltt Icy' betrayed Jrunzig's plot against Margaret- ftllfiiMi firt r O i unscriptural law.. .of.' Japan... ,.ex-.. Moscow, representative- of Pru.'tfin. And' : consist t of tw. 10 inch, and twenty 8 inch .,
...m'ra.-- --. n tlinte___ nit._..... ... .M. ....U...Z.....:..n t ese three ninistersrcnasitute ill i _fat___. guns. Her destination is at _
I 01 tIc tyra t it in his disposiCoo: we wish to to the oIQ: latmg clergyman! Mr. Vernon, in i Gcvrrtimen, is bound to remove the obstacles '. privy cuunl." of the government of the. r republic rte- N. Y.Jour. of com.CAROLINE present unknown

him nothing less than well time to frustrate it. With.this tact in mind, and down aid the in idols diffusing Christianity and casting I! vested, ns it is, in L.ui. Itiapufe un. '

it stems that Mr.. Verron oh/juld of Paganism. Thus Russia Austria and t'rua
I queer have To I .1 Jr' imle.-d I MATILDA, QUEEN OF DEN. .
,Mr. (t'ubell; and "The Political Parties on the gallows his conviction of Grunzig's in- ailibustcnsm arouse: the the spirit Express of this sort of pious j the* sources of all those nets of sere iy; and ..MiH.K.'i--:
gives a glowing despotism: whcb!
.. Was oppress our unf runax The official ''
n+ the journal
+c 'uccf
reverend Gentleman under account grande Jed-
; r party
of the I letter
Country.: anr unseen coercion ? de, the capital of c..tJied-n ')said fur the tint tunx-trotn '
The fu eral of tbemurtler"r Japan, dwelling with Russia exhausted: "t
par- by forty years of war the secret archives of -
the Stale 1ae ,
We find tI ulur written I
unction by
some weeks since, seen extracts look on the gorgeous m.tacnificcncr suit ntd
place at Mr. Vs church, and ngJimst Ihe Circassians, is Quwn '
empluy.nt unhappy of Dninmrk
the J aril
palace of the -
from ,
the speech of pur Rrprcsentntivfl, on the thc body was followed Emperor mi the bull ot all her means to France in da George 'f. ;
to intermcrt by a bund audience, eng-ige a war sister lo UI.: .-w incident ol nvid* ,
supported by pillars of massive .
lIu11c ct of party organization ; 1)u11 wo'' have nnd nearly 2000 ,Masonic Germans with banner gold, the towers, covered with plates ol gold the withEugland North will hive by this means the powers of era sory err wrnpt in grente? sic} lill"fY than _

not enjoyed leisure, or had patirncp enough; and parade. This is a great country ? and much other tempting ttnd exciting des prehend a political no further' cause to ip.nd the rise .and course of Hits dark- :. i ccus.ll+wn,, ,a
rnov meat in France mado uinst
until wi'.hinihe: last Iwo Iln", to wide through The "q.e1fCc'nt City one ol.the flue vessels cripti n. Allot which must .be'very edifying expect to facilitate the co.solid.lli.,11 of, a tho und mother.u the honor l orthat- du QUC\ J. ,

I it. intU cntiioty. nnd tvo rnsf, we mist to the meek and humble messengers whom despotism of their tfuppoed ueeoinpticeH in .be! 't't' :. ,
say, belonging to tho U..S. Pacific .Mail line of California ('hrillt commanded respective coumri s. All l sh'ime suffered on Ignominious death shot .. .

from the ('Crus.I, with a feeling of mortification Steamers brought back from the Isthmus part of the earth.to preach the Gospel. to ever these measures, not''Jlhstnnclng, result in no was driven from court and titan her children; ,.-:'/. .
injury to the Dei
ns r-cifzcn. of Florida ; ot what' we look n number bf persons: who had gone from 'fhe conclusion ot ihe Express's argument tinues: united nor in ntic party, which con und'-r the most terrible of Mignun ; her royal ,
upon: as H clear. prostitution and wic! is exquisitely lino OIK man. England is relatives cspo.istd: her cause with doubt and
departure this port in "ind 'peIlJcnl" Steamer, with Ihe and striking.Alter referring :-usy in 'farts,ying her entire cue+t. Admiral and
from the true nnd) i to the obstinacy ot J"pm.in tingle b-'sitajion ; dim{ probably urn broken .
purposes digniiy.! of assurance from those of whom they "recording received orders lo reiair 1 to Ply bcurlMK-fore she
the (representative, chnractcr in \'law I purchased and progressing backwards;* und to her persecutions mouth and to take comin.ind t"cn&-'our years i ota,
a ma- I tickets that they woul I .lind at Puna.ma .- of the Christians: two centuries at Portsmouth. !squadron in txiie and tJlCl'ru c. Ye her guilt WIU nev.ei .
king body ; us. displayed in that cffusjon.'if ago Tne British ni in the vie the .
our other "ittdepndent; Nioamcrs" which would the article proceeds : diterranuan played 10 .lIi"t.CIIUQ of! the MijMrtia, !- '

St A e'5 chosen n gent,-we have nil nlpng beer, put them through, or "refund the money.** 'But i it i is taid that we have no right to do has also received coinmnnleJ orders; by Admiral Napier and htu.y begins tuhuwuauy Migns of a .
to the &
and s'itlrrr! of the opinion that the great I this.( The argument tau of ivpas4 air nits dispo itMii tn rcvcrnu in her case the verdict
nnd Being' unused, to New York tricks, they had proves much. Was Gibraltar. Thus the policy pursued by l ol for inlufior .
Columbus rihl in court Tae letter .t .
appropriate duty of legislator'! i fo, ,to study been gulled into taking passage to Chagrt-s, Wore Ferdinand and ,Isabella discovering America f tbt power uJ the North, is by no marl,, I subjoin is onn ol the plea ih.a the tribunal we

the cojvditwn and enact laws, to mec the exigencies and right in provi vorauli: 10lheir :interests, lna,much MS t history will
t only discovered the imposition on reaching ding means cur, and thus encouraging the des are forcing England .iI-1 not re"u:5l. receive in eYid-=cce. _; CI

of the country end that to depart from'. tho Isthmus. As there is: no chance to gt'l.nJ covery o. a new cupnuy{ lv..,. should aryl democratic movement into the support of Thus" U runs:- ,t
the ,
this, and convert your hulls n in
blowing on any Romans, of __ :_ .. the .promi- utuu mvself IO Vou. tnv Rnvnl hrnllu_ in order l. 1j
,. for Hungary by the h' ) .3
.re" party disquisition and) strife is n of the Pacific' Magyars who dis U..IIUU&; -
ttcnmcrsvllhout I'uwera ann
a "through tick- tL buropc enricncu 'manliest to :
possessed the j j' you my feeling* of gratitude for .
I early inhabitants
the the
ol i
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dwerral ion such country, spoliation of the
things better bccomo.in CH" these unfortunate exiles th- Kindness
men thought it have
more were you shown
prudent to reflurn provided.1 events. But me duri.ig ray _
.lag t *... *.....Lw, -ancMo' according unhasiintinglr to the dictation of! 1 life and
rrNttgcs tro .
w. the '
; (plea to V?York than (o waif, until uitrrl!l., out r reasoning oHhe-timc* we t tfiould, it wt representatives orho.tllo particularly! during, my loo* misforiun .
pie in their primary meetings-Wo hivc been of health and could restore the Aborigines lbh..e'po.Po"rs.. -.. I duo I is ... .
pushing u .
v f money, nt Pupama as hundreds : to tarsi homes, king of Naples hits contented,rifercon.: bUild inn this wlifU-ncilher >
wholly un.h1o:0 discover, in the vpccch un.' of poor fellowsart(* doingat thi mo.lienl. and heathenism+ to it* pristine glory and bar s-airing Au,+'rist", store lo the Bonaparte tarn Ihu enX-.yimrnis. which my )'uu'h nor ,_.
der consideration. barity. usually ranked us' cunoorYa- ily the estate of the might sotmer or later '
one redeeming scnjenee t Mural. :.
$ ex-King bu .
Thc safest
; ors way is lo purchase steamer tick live, but we eschew all such conservatism A my portion. Besides, can life hfiv.. ... .
syllable ever;* In'rcrfcrcr.ee any proposed, cs: .at the office of Iho owners of he( line. this, as not of the true com. as detained large in party the of poll t oil prisoners recently 1 charms for a woman wuo H removed from any all .,
prisons of Paris
new cnaclme.nl, having for its object the i t-to lines We say rather that barbarous were transpor: these whom she loves and cherishes
promotion e "are nol wort) y the name, )Inns. natinnn owe red during; the night, into the different -her has
of tho public weal-the whole! burdenft I much ns they have no connection on the Pacific some!h ing to i tie earth, which they inherit f run learn that tho dipart.meths. :, I band, her children, her brothers and #r s'
Gud among number who
were am I
.< two via Chsgres and flUlul),-to I t race, have led the most .
society to
improvement wretched life
organization I ihe democratic Panama in the ul Murauu L-rfonttine, Marnee, Z.-nnan do InI I furnish and I .. '
pan}, upon which implicit confidence may Le timate tale or Condition of the world and A'oi&c. tu the world a fresh example that
we Varcnne a .
its old and sound prv form-such a coruumn-- placed, viz : the U. S. flail lineand the "h'c ro too, in turn ai the better educated and the security. has been released- upon 1!'I erowu and a sceptre cannot prufuct IhlJiC who '::..

lion Mr. Cabtli.ioo plainly and pain fully fore York and San Francisco Steamship lint."The N r oils more humane portion of the family of man, From a letter received from the same sourcn :i f I r declare wear them that from I the greatest misfortunes. I ":f'

sees, must give the finishing stroke Y.and tbem.Vo certainly do not owe ns the above am Innocent,and this declara
-the deathblow San Francisco them. by the last _
line"uf steamer
-; I Steamship which evil in any form of trade we will.learn hon I write: with a trembling .
; to the "Constitutional Union" humbu-r Davis' Brooks & whether it ntJ" that the conduct of Mr. Dupin and his' band, bathed with 04
Co., are the general) agents itself i inthetunnol'ipiumqunpowdcrorother' collea tho cold sweat of death. lam .

upon which he and such as he, who sided i in I 1 here is composed at present of the "Winfiel d unnatural appliances-but we do owe them gues the Orleans, testamentary legatees of ihu estate of G. d whom I invoke, who creaiei' mnoi me enu The !
bringing into Itfc, have been .relying, to scS(l j Scott" and -Uunitcd State" Tho Winfield good will the fruits of science, the benign I arbitrary conttscaion family, in thereof protesting by Louis nga nt Nil the ,'!!:' will soon judge meri n w.tnessof my tnnu-

cur their continuance in power. .On the I Scott i is a tine new Steamer owned by them blessings incident to honorable( and peaceful I (Icon, is applauded throughout franco It bus po. .omen aster I-numbly implore Him that Ho will .
wholo this.Us ,, commercial relation, the advantages of induced :; my deathconvince world -..
'e.coDlidcr. Mr Cabcll's most I' of over Two Thousand Tuns the thu National Guard to thai I Imva
-this Steamer great; example press earnest: never merited
to which ofthe
any <<
.unsuccessful effort,. 'at diJpl'I-it be1 1 leaves Panama her wilfully shuts claim for reorganization, in Paris and the de terrible accusations
may on the 10th of April for San eyes, IN a Government which, has partments by wbicb my cowardly enemies have
deemed a- kind i dying up as this has grown I and the effect of this dcm.and.bat. ; to blacken sought
strujrglinnd as such ; 1 Francisco-and will take the passengers who under stimulating progress induced a secret council my character, tarnish repuV

though linble( lo the objections we hnve indI I have through tic-ttl-I leaving New York in the ol lion our*. politically Let and reb K j.ust/ free inslitu. Napoleon and the foreign on the ambassador.p-tn of Louis At lion. and trample under loot my B my'yaldigmiy. -. ,I
us at feast| Sire belleyo
'c.t< d ; tntilleJ perbsps to tc excusedt .-1 I fine new Stramer''Uuitcd States on the 26th complish this." make the attempt to ac this council llt was decided address the Pope, abd, "UI. your dying islerm ttecn, -
to the end that Pius IX. W1U mufc'11 Christian irhl wiia
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the 'eeJU. worUUf Her hart cunlVwmo were n Arkansas is sa'd to be tho:oulr St.too in the -a age os',toe Thermometer.FBOMlTS d--! -- t ;

falsehood. Ba,fissured I dIe with pleasure) for Union where:the mineral culled lapis( luzula J FOBWABD & TOWLE----; Tax, Collectors Sale, ;

the wretched regard death at a blessing But is founJ. It ic wortii luur times its weight In NOV. 1851. I ATTORNEYd AT LAW AND SOLICITORS D': virtu- of the power vested in me b11a..t. _

what is raise painful to nvj even than the aJf.J'gold.. expose for sale before the Court House '
IKept( 1M Barracks a \ .
81. Augustine.DAT .) IN CHANCERYl door '
the in the city of 8t the first Mon. i
pales t.f death, is that none ot persons ...... Acgusline on
.nom I love H near mf deathbed in give me j I I "Sambo<; why am de pen dill General Scott ... A ::5 JiEJJ da.o(*JAy next the following described property

a but adieu, to console me by a loot of com writes aid, like a fiber in Maine ?.MWoll ?" .,.s'ti- at49.A..L. J ,':... 9 P.... or text so much and the hereof as will pay that State and county ,
fLasIDA.; I nseetasry expenses doe thereon for for .;. i
and clos Nevertheless i ---
psiifto, ray eyes. i|I Ginger, I drops ibesubjick.VelJ:, WM. year 1851.ta
alone. GIN, the only witncn of my den I told I 6-1 74 '78 '74"I A. FORWARD, I ,SIMON TOWLE. :
nut it BIXMSO
I am you why am. it am d Late of A lot of hud In the city of St. born
: St. Augustine,
. innocence, sees me at this moment, ,when ly Prti-oft.cou" (PonohrtconCoteh me iiI lie 69 83 86 73. Augustine,-East.-- -Florida.__ ded on the east b' Dragoon or Spanish street and .

in; oil my adiiary much, I urn n prey to the bur, Gingcroloxy. gwine. lo drop" a 68 68 72: !9 FROM JACKSONVILLE lots of G Pomar and A Masters, on the West by ,

most excructulln, agonies. Mv guardian an ,I ..., 4 41 59 69 \ 6J: Tolomato ,street on the south blot of JdsepU f
jrof'watches over me; he will saba conduct me In the southern portion of.Arkfttisn. nonr 5 015 61 '75 66 For Enterprise and Mclloiiville.LEAVES Andreu decreed, oat the Nonh by shall ),said IU I '

where I may in quiet jirnjr for my weU.bctoved, .I nuiunlatn'f iron, a mountnin of em"fr or cur. 6 6) 6j 65 54 WEDNESDAYS. waaomKmally owned by the late George Bartlett i

and even fur m)' rxecutioncr. AUou, my Royal ''ondum! has befit dicovrrcdequnl, if nut supcriur 'I 68 .60 61 68 _, ON deceased, and assowed to G. R.Fairbanks confin A

brother; may llraven load you with its Wetting to tIe KiiMian etn+lry. Infuwhn emi 8, 49 86 63 65 THE Steamer SARAH SPALDING having log in all two acres more or leas. 1\(

*, as aril as tai husband my children, 'i try, rubies "M found; and that in Arkansas is. 9 66 68 '71 65 newly fitted up, will resume her regular Unless taxes and expenses ,are paid 'efrre>> the : '

England, Dcnm .rk. and lh, whole world. I of the same components. 10 68 7' 72 69II trips for the above places on Wednesday, the 14th day of sale. ,

supplicate you to allow my body to be laid in ti9 '76 '74 '72 inst., tone) ing at all the Intermediate ndingsnndwill If. B. CANOTASheriff and ex-o8'. t r

Ihr tonih ot my ancestor, and now receive thu Look ahcr Sam/ Mid .;wcitterii;;:; negro to a 12 71 '75 '75 72 continue punctually to leave every Wednesday Nov Tax Assessor' and Collecter, ... j. c.
1.1851.TO .
lost adieu of your unfortunate sister.CiBbUxc fiel hand over the fence 'look a-hoadyJy* 13 .'71.. ( 10 1B '71 I morning 9o'cl ck. connecting with'the U. 8.
Mail steamers to and from Savannah. For freight, ,
MATILDA. see dnt lull tree lown dar f % 14 6'718. 77 73
1775." Yjih, Jim, I .::001.' -TVVnil : 15. 70': 7:1 '781 63 engagement, or passage, apply on board, or to LARGE PLANTERS '
"CWfc ( ). May 10.
FERNANDEZ,BISUEE & ,Co., Agra: Valuable Tracts
of Land for Sale. .
I datlrn last. t
got up night afore, 18 63 63 65 66 Jan. )
10. 1854. \ _
fillH : subscriber
as Agent ot the several
A D&u. Via flED.oIICI and Queries' "Whlt you mailer in dut tree. i 17 54 67 67 65 JL offers for sale of the owners
some valuable lands
an Sn'ertfciiinj took just published M England:: 'I 1 wits arter a coon.' J8 65 72. '71 65 Tax Collector 8ale. in East most
Y -virtue of the Tested in me by law, I Florida to :
hfts the following touching+ n queer prophetic You Catch him, Jim t* 19 65 69 68 61SO n have levied power and will for saleat 800 acres valuable hammock Und, West of FlemIngton. -

cttllI..ul n captain in "ho Brills;i lIf nct" The Ante till I lell) du lux. S.unba.VdlfMCCtfd. .' 67 72. '75 68 Fort Capron on anon Indian River St.expose Lucia county .known aa the Gibbe Lands in Marion Co..

*t+'r* in rt-hitrj by the CUltllllll liiru: c.t li It w :' '\ : .' II 59 63 62 44t (there being BO Court Huuse'In said county) on the 1100 acres near the Alaehna Savanna known u.

well known that in the afternoon of Uio 12lh ol j jM4 'I chiivd de coon out to tud-Jer end nb dal I 2 4' 66 66 41sa first Monday of May'next,between the usual hoursof the Carey Grant. '

I8lj' ho lion, 8pnrer Perriv.il then' longest Inn, aud' den I heal .ulftu rap_ 41 65 1i 62 sale, the following described tracts of land, or so4ntch 1400 acres 4nj3sa Felasco I'antmoek'nesiNev, "'-<+' .;

Prune' Minister.. t.v the band of Brtinjbiiniin :' .4I'.yeux4'us'IWn4,8itn 1''Dcuun 3 At !Ii 00; C5 6. as will pay the State ,and County Taxes assessed aanni1Ie.mWi"'u the Lawton L 1lcll.

obit lobby .il. the1 Ii
cause assigned by the murd'srcr being ;the nf''K- 'Nu you don't : *\wn din ere nigga like to 25 41 5:1 67 62 "IOO acres of an Island known as Hutchinjons dondo Grant.

lect or refusal to discharge a supped claim broke its ru ck-been 'Hmpin 'boui ebcr since. 27 63 63 68 10 Island, situated in said,county of St. Lucia, bounded 7000 acres on Halifax River South of St. Augustine .

he had tin got'ernnli'nt. On Iho sum I 28 ''70 14 '78 68 on the North by Indian River Inlet, on the ,known as the Bnlow Plantation having 800
upon youth St. Lucia Inlet Gilberts Bar the acres of open land suitable for cane anti cotton.
by on
the nttemvn: abo\o alluded lo,rei-IJii.g DOLLARS 29' 65 63 61 ti5 or
night, g 25 Fall by the Atlantic Ocean and the West by And several other bodies of hammock bind on
..t Trcmnti n, bud the irngic ci uu MI ) 30 63 6& 81 13U2CEMBEB navigable waters. .-
Indian River, assessed F. Woodbri
against Major ge
and painfully derided In his sleep" that he DE PAID ns a Reward to and F. M. Robinson residents. Unless the taxes The -titles are undoubted and terms low.A p ply / 1

could: not mtist the tehe! of sending ih! par* WILL who will npprchcnd ,nnd nny per I 56 57 65 65tll thereon and costs are paid before! the day of sale. to CE 0. R. FAIRBANKS.
itcuinrs to a friend in town, which few hour he did after by (!M> that I coq obtain .poAses-tion. of her;) eith I 62 66 69 65 Also 3:10 acres of land, (the same being ,. part herb 28. 1852 St. Augua o-,Florida. / R

the up mail, which departed n er in til. Johns or Duvnl County Jail ; 8 45 5:1: 68 47 of a Grant of 12,000 acres made by the Spanish
be tad risen, on the following morning. woman II HANNAHSho! is of rather; my loll l 4 36 49 59 41 Government to Eusebio :Maria Gomez on the 15ih Tax Cull<
informed his friend that his lUI'oJrnphlt'ulknu.h'Ctfo 6 40 6.a 65 41 July 1818) situated in said county of St Lucia on ''virtue of the
and slim make amid of creel carriage power in me by l I.w I
and very -olbluck By
| uf London was very rut'nltre, end between: 6 68 63 65 57 an Island lying between Gilberts Bar and Jupiter expose for sale before the Cou Houae
complexion the
thus its to lieu HOUNC of commons the old om,) und ages ol 7 61 67 65 69 Barand known as Jupiter Island except 80 acres lying door at .lellonrille! on the first Monday of July/ next
had rtor. Ho on.tostnir Forty.five rin--8hu ran away from my the Mf of Narrows belonging to
lie only kern the i .xl went 8 60 62:: 67 62 on went Jupiter the !following described tracts of land,or/so much
that dreaming her was in town, he hud 11 Inmiiy in St. Augustine, about the 11111'of October 9 68 65 68 51 the Estate of F. M. K A/ornVm late deceased or so tl.eaeol will pay the taxes due thereon the State
in Purlinmcnt tui-j or Jirstol November 1851-nndi Is supposed much thereof as will pay'the State and County taxes
the debates Florida and County
from the
desire to near (l66 [ Orange 1845,
10 7:1 tJJ1 year
to be secreted, somuwhure in the of : Assessed theun for the 1850 and 1851,
vicinity 1849
for. this purpose Inquired his way lo the lobby 6S 63 ..'79 65 yeah to and including 1851 to wit: /
the Citj.- unless the taxes thereon and paid before the
urchileclurnl peculiarities uf I costs are 100 belonging to '
oft lie Ifouw, the acres or supposed to belong to +
: 62: 64 71 69
LEWIS of sale. C. L. Sbl'rift'Ex.
which minutely d''scnb'd; hognvoun wend 13 Robert Shepherd and Jone SaneW being in section
69 63 63 b' .
ul the e-ftkinls ntd nthers in the St. Augustine March 13iu 1852. Tax Assessor and Collector. 60, toenshrp 17,range 34, the place known Du '
) descriptiou 14' 49 .8 60 49 S1. Lucia Co. Florida. bardy's Cana!. ,
ol lull thin limn H'hoactmrd I
u ,
and ptTially '
room 16 49 68 68 4t1 Jan 31, ISS2. Unless taxes and !
dear 8TEA.TlEt FLORIDA. expectcs/re paid before the day
to watch thcfipeningrifiho Mnny "-
16 31 48 56 41 Tax Collectors Sale. of sale. .
oneeutrrcdWitbIi wild mid rcailes* gaze LEWIS COXETTER !1.\ 'rER. 17 42 49 49 38 I
virtue of the vested in me by law, I.hall
At length llr. Ptrrcivol armed), who* per 18 2S 29 3i I3Y power Alan, 3010 acres nivessei to Clarke and Atkinson
fur ale before the Court House
n>although unknowp to him,. and dross hedemerit 19. ,13 36 49 36 Mrllonville expose the first of Septembernext ,being in sectiott'37, township 13, range 29
on Monday
eel;- tit nlso the mnuner in which th: ,.0 t84 49.i 6:1: 44 at south andean at lIaw Cretk.: W.A. Forwlrd..<\ren\ )
the following: described tract of land or so much ;
torrid dit-d! ""'.done. Hu lurlhcr ('oinmuni. : mar ., 21 37 58 60 65 thereof will the State and County taxes Also, 600 acres in Township 18, South rannt ;

rated liar 'Words utten d bi"1hi'victim lo (h necessary expenses year
I i fleet, '' \illnin hns murdered;*' how the Will touch at--r; AUGUS- 62 69 68 66 1851. to wit : Hardy south of'New Smyrna.Also t,
treated hud the rnoti til'tin* 500 acres assessed to the eaid heirs of Caro. ; $ .
wounded will p
men 21 54 65 66 61 160 acres of land formerly owned by Nicolos
mrdicul mnn who .f,s on Ihu Iii>iin>i c.II.lln 'IL\i-on g Friday the 23th March 25 6 I fi6'; '75 61 I Sheperd at Lake Munroe. Present,owner,not known. line in Me Hardy, being' in sections 49 and 50, and '

with otluT piirticulnrs whir a hrayn euraprd Double taxed for the 1851. pan Township lt, range 34 and part in township i
Thi-se, inst. at J 10 A M. 26 61 67 7:1 6a year 13, end rang 35 south of N Smyrna.
ourWmorv, were thus rrcorded und the 21 64 65 61 t5 SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector o. c. Unless'taxes and
first isewnjinprr; he received co- limed the All order /nddressed.to JOHN F. 28 65 13 63 64 Feb. 28. 1852. day o(/ le. expenses are, paid he'

arCurfCyr'fthidelta..nSluary drenin. Drellmaateceralint 29 6Q 74 61 65
Tax Collectors Sale.
). sometimes ver) pn>phcic. O'NEIL"Chnrcsloo,\ ) will promptly ao 62 74 '73 fi6 Also 5000 acres assessed to Philip R. Younge I ly '
J I virtue of the power vested in me .bylaw 1 ing"in sections 37 and 21
-- township south
31 68 75' 71 .69JAWAnr By range
be attend to.
THE EXILE. J expose fur sale before the Court Howe 30, and township 21 south range 31, east being on ; i

A piterim! from th : cn>|prn shore : 'rcight and passage will be the 1852. i door at Mellouville on the first 3/onJay of July 'Lake Jesttup Forward Agent. ,
Ncv.du'i.ftrund I 6i' 65 71 54 next the following described tract of land or Ia'mucb Unless taxes and expenses are paid before th*
Stood on ; same as from Ficoluta.March I 46 47 62 45 thereof as will pay the taxes due thereon the day of rale. :
A leer woe in his hither eyo- 8 38 47 57 43 State of Florida and County of Orange for the,rear: I.I

A pickaxe in his hand, \ 6, 18"2. 4 85 47 58 41 1851to wit: AI=o. 1000 acres of land in section 37, townships

A tear was in his hither eye- .15 48 .49 62 b9 t>O9 acres of land being part of a grant of 4000 17 and 18. range 30. asewed to David 'R.
Am) in .his I l"t, to match, I 6 : 40 6d acres assessed to Domingo Acr eta. in section 38. |I Ounham,heine on Lake Berrisfbrd St. Johns Riv
Them would 1:11bt't'n another tear, QCUR. JOSEPH UBNRY. days from Bsltimoie. township 20,Range 34 and 35 near Flown'Jer Creek
490/ nils Four: 3000 bush Corn 40 bales 1'7 36 4 t 55 41 er.Unless
But lor n healing pncb. Indian River taxes and expanses are paid before the
liny. 33 i kings Coffee, 10 hhJ Sugar. 40 bUs Lard. 8 42 44 63 49 J. SIATPSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector, o. R: dsy of sale. i '

And ether pntehon to>, he wore 25 ,Keg. utter 40 Mi Potatoes. 20 bl.ppl; ,.., 5 ,,9 49 AS '71 67 Jan 3d 152 .
Which on his uunntnt's I l.unir : Casks Cheer, 100 bag: Oats. 5 casks bits: Urackt-rc. Ion kegs Nails, 25: boxes Tobacco 3 49 59 6:1 44 Tax Collector SaleBy ship 17 south range 33 cast assessed to the e.ta'e y s

pot1'hrt' hlitls do, IU bUs Moiasi'fH.: boxes Soap, 2 casks 12 40 49 50 44 virtue of the power vested in me by law, of Lind y Tod near New Smyrna Foiwardagent. .

Oil. 60 boxes :andls. 15 baskets Champagne 10 28 26 I shall expose for sale before the Court Honse Unless taxes and expenses are paid. before the ,
.13 36 31 '
hal-a ..hillin M'oxtn once- door Mellonville the nrst Monday of
U. at on July next
of sale. '
hats CkI"r.10 Ten. 10 dos. Brooms, 10 neets 6131
.14 .
WON IMI ken now', and diip! Tub*. 5 boxe Oranif-s, % boxes Lemons 10 casks 23 31 the following d scribed tracts of land or' to much

And uni-n his' bciinlf.l le.iiitres gli'amt d. Rice, 3 Crates 15 boxes Starch, 400 boxes to 16 36 42 69 ,51 thereofas will pay the taxes due thereon the Stateof i Also.000 acres awed to John Robinson being
16 .45 66 61, 4J: Florida and County 'of Orange for the of tract of 2060 acres
From out& the Iait -rtd! brim. March 6th 185- B. E..CARR. year part a granted to Briggs and
17 34 65 68 49 1851 to wit : Robinson bring in section 38,township 15, range! 32

The pitgrim! ..I..d. D: d lixniking down, 'TiCi: isherrby given,that I will.six weeks 18 45 51 .73 63 377 acres of land; belonging or supposed to belong .and township 15. range '33,. 9 and E on Halifax

As one, who i ill in drubs, NO, due, apply tit the JuJg- of Probate of St lu _51 47 44 28 to Thomas Forbes being in section 45 town. River.:

Hu u'ghed to see ho* fast that pair Johns Countfor Letters of Administration; on theE 20 22 .2d 38 31. 16 range 29 south and east, assessed to the said Unles Taxes and expenses Ire paid before the day

Of boots were wearing ..UI. -:ate rf 3u.n Fulli,.late of said County I erased'' .21 31 3' 51 41 Thos. For l.Ateo,542 of solo. .

Anti while he tilled au niieieot pipe, ANN 11URLBERT. 2:1: 32 42. 41 '41 acres in aect'on 40,.township! 16, south, Also, 60 acres used to Cornelius Monroe on the I

His Wretch- lneM to cheer, St. August: March 6th 1852. 23 35 49 40 59 range 29 east, assessed to Thomas Forte Wtkivs Creek bounded on the south by George R.

He iopp4'd with hurried hued to pick 24 t8 7 65 51 Also. 515'acr-ain! section 39. township 14 south Fuirbank's lands. Unless taxes and expenses.are
a ordlimure to nmend Or.diutttire 27 at., being on West banks of Lake George
au range
53' 57 59 5:1 before the day of sale.
A lieu from out his cur. \ 25 : I I acsessed ThomasForbea.J. paid
J prohibit Horws nnd and to
26 51 65 '70 66 J SUI PSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector.o. c. f
Cattle from going at within HIM PON, ..s1icriff'aad Tax Collector c.
from the !
'Then spoke"' that pilgrim casM -. the City ol St. Aagtistlue. 27 40 52 50 451 \ Jan -3, 1852. Jan 3a1, 1852.
am n wietehed coon, 28 37 64 53 43
Fur lust of gold hnth lured me to De .{ ortlaineJ by the. Mayor and Aldermen of 29 35 53 62 49 Tax Collector's Sale. THE WORLD AS IT PASSES.;: i

Tiu shovel hud tin pun, the (..ity of SI. Avguxtine, fn.a it shall also 30 39 59 61 virtue of the power vested in me by law I .i

I MW In drcttms n pile of gold be lawful fur the City Marthnl to rrlort to the 31 61 '70 69 59 \ By shall t-xpose fur sale -before- the Court House -

Its dazzling radiance pour- Mayor, the owner or keeper of my hone, mare, door in the city of St. Augustine on the lint Monday BIORRIS & WILLIS'S.HOITJE ;

No visions are ol gold!=" gelding, colt or mule, and also any row, heifer FEBRU.AD.Y. of Miy next the following described prop-
more my JOURNAL FOR 183O.
bull oxorcair found running at large within I the
Alu..lmbo ore.i. I 56 68 erty or so much thereof as will pay the State: and '
arc ,
the City of St.uwtine' ; contrary to thrprori* S 6) 6:) 55 51 I county taxes and the necessary expenses due there A FAMILYNEWSPAPBR. .J

*TI rlcc have I I left. thi cursed spat, ions of an "Ordinance prohibiting horses and 3 "t 54 56 45 ; on for the year 851, to wit : t
But mine it was to lenrn Cattle from going at large within the city of St. 4 39 55 60 46 One lot of land within the limits of the city of TOBLUHEU WEEKLY AT TWO DOLLJCVS A TEAR.

."f"o The fatal truth that MUM wo are, Augustine. 6 40 61 68 56 St. Augustine bounded on the North by, Lot of I -
Passed Council February 7th, 1852. TEX rntsr ITCSBIX or THX :sow sxxns WILL sxtsscxn
To dust we skull return; 6 63 58 1'7 63 Marquis De Forgeris! on the South by lot of Rev. .
E J. de MBDICEi, Mayor Pro Tern. 'I 59 70 '7t 61 U Axtell and M d lo auk: End by Maria fc'nnchcs l ox TOX ntsr or UOTAXT sm.
. So hero condemned by futcs unkind
Attest, Rev. II Xxteli'a' Lot and
- 61 59 56 creek,and west by marsh -
8 64
rock illusive sand, CIIAS. HAAGER.c., c. the St. Sebastian creek eaid lot was returned in Tux Home Journal has now become universal.
65 55 65 t of ....... ..
And ..f winling bates ftt home, 54
ere nm usma.ana few familesa cultivated
l&lby Michael aateueato William II. There are of habits-(few of
Uurockid.au orphan band." ,- JTIAGAOMAHid BETHEA'I'. 10 66 61 7:1' : 66 Shadgett. those who seek to enliven and make home the most

:: COMMODIOUS ESTABLISHMENT II t 60 \ 6:1 \ 71 54 UnteasTaxea and expenses are pail before the intilligtnt and attractive place-who do not now
Tho pilgrim paused for now he heard, JI. is now opl'neJthose drsirous of amusement 12 41 5fi 65 \ 41 clay of tale. receive it. It is read we believe wherever run the

. HIM dis'nnt comrndi bouts ; can Lave every opportunity; tales and regulationsrach 13 36 61 6:1 It. B. CAXOV4, ShftriffHnd ex-o$. gold threads of domestic happiness and true moral

lie drew a l+iM whiff from his pip, as tai please. Attached baD Oyster saloon
- And knocked th,r ushen out ; and t&tiDlIouw' which will be satisfactorily sup STATE OF FLORIDA CIRCUIT COURT Nov IP 18M' stronger and coarser web of our country's industryand
And stooping he gathered up plied from day today with the Game of the season. energetic prosperity. The Home Journal is the>
His shovel and hillsan. Hours of amusement Gentlemen: and Ladies will be EASTERN CIRCUIUT ST. Tax Collector' frale.By speaker to the hearts of,this boay nation in Use hours.
; vested in law I
." The bretxo Ins Inteitt accents bore- i rom 9 to 12 A. M. and 2 to 5 P. M.-Theiniemv-. COUNTY. I virtue of th fcw+ power sale before the me Court by'Houae given to happiness and relaxation.
date Hours and Evenings for gentlemen exclusively. shall expose i At a New Year Pretest from a Gentleman t. a .
wretched man! R. Sumoer. .
;; am a Compl l I1* CsuxctftY. in the city of St. Augustine on the first dlonday of
NOT J5 K. MUt ND \. I a Lady, the Home Journal is one of which the rf* ;

The (III) Journal says that Morton Cotash Sumner. Def. 5 JCill for WTorce' i iIt May next the following described property or so membrane It rjtxtwtd every wad',and it ia onsur*
JuekMwrrile .
t ; : Billiard Table and T.u Pin Alter ,I much thereof as will pay the Mate snd c runt, taxes
Hnt of the for Ihepoor the satisfaction of the Court ] poesed as a gift in good taste.'Atxs.Foronecopy$7.
,: w..e"(ba. tttipcrini n Asylum the Magnolia /iftrtteat, open throughout the appearing to I and the necessary expenses due thereon forte year for three
in \\hilt county first took charge of it, he At day and jftrening. by affidavit, filed in this case, that Morton Con.Dish 1851 to wit.: ; copies, 01

found ari nssno mnn who hid b en ImldOfI! wit Nor 29 no48tf S. MIRANDA. Sumner the Defendant above named resides beyond 2000 acres 2d rats haul l being in section 34, private or for one Subscribers copy fur three without years $I5-alwa Address toad .
: heavy chains for yenta<< Believing that this Oyster Home. the Limits of the State of Florida eo that the surveys, township 5,South, range 26, east and vance. MORRIS &: WILLIS, 1.,

cruelty& kept the man insane h* took the res in every style served up daily at Mag ordinary process Motion of Law of cannot McQueen be served Mclniosb upon,him.Esq. section 39 township! 5 south range 27 east being i Editors 107 Fulton street N,w.X rrk.'D'S .
ponsibiliiv of takilig them. ft"Gnd gradually) trl'at. Parties can (have Therefore on part of the New Switzerland tract, lying about 28 .
( ruAiu, any prepare Solicitor for the Complainant it is ordered, that notice miles from St Augustine, in St Johns county, said -
retto'lng himoItb'rty.Themanatltd ations and private apartments.NOT '
of the pendency of this suit ,be given to the said &
in 184SJ D R Dunham ADAMS
retimed by 1
'.:.Ipect'"II". la lorture then he doubted, and 29 no 48tf 3. MIRANDA. Defendant, Morton Cornish Sumner by publication land was
and to John LEngle.
of John L Bogle
filially realized that be wa". In-e' He wits N'ollce is hereby given that the City Taxes in "The Ancient City a Public Newspaper published Unless &a and expenses are paid before the day ,__ A '

overpowered with del' bt.excl.iminar..nstant- assesed for the present year, will be due on the in the City of 8f. Augustine the County and of ule. '
___ .
ly.as be looked upon the outer world ref sun 13th instant_ and. tbat_, I shall on that day, proceed_ to. Circuit: aforesaid, for the space of three months re* R. B. CANOVA u 8berUrand exoff.Tux .

"biOOil, how beautiful The gratitude to an enforcement of we Ordinance rcguiauog, to collection quirieg him the sail Defendant to appear and answet Assessor and Collector'' s J c.
liU liberator prevailed. At length he ,voluuttsri l of the came the said Bill or the same and lJIemallel.lllul things

ly I went to work in the garden, though, he had F. FERRFIRA, therein alleged will be taken aa CODeased.tADd t Nov 1. 1851._u NEW YORK "-

nearly lost sill his of locomotion, and Assessor aud Collector. it is 1 further ordered that a hearing had in Tax Collectors alt. a- ISO 'f' ;
wtine Feb. 14th. 1852. this Case st the next June Term of Said Court, to :
_, became entirely recovered lie is now working St virtue of the power vested in me by law I IVE1VEXPRESS.ORLE4.
be holden in and for St. Jrbna County afo4tuid, at BY
for sale before the Court House .
OD a farm. &!!i8EMsont8lWoTI E.I expose .s'-
TAX the Court House in the said City of dt. Augustine. J/elIonviIe on the first Monday of July > ;'
am receiving returns of taxable property for 1M2, Given under my band at Chambers, tins. 4th, day door st following described tract of land or so -- ,.
A P.l.TKuaca.-Tbere is now living In Waldo Owners or Agents of property subject to taxation are February, A. D 1852.THOMAS next thereof will the taxes dae thereon the rrnczs : ". .4

bee, Maine an old' gentlemen' named Conrad respectfully requested to present their lists of taxable DOUGLAS, Judge, &e. much of Florida ss and County pay .of'Orange doubled tax 16,18 & 19 Wall at. New-York. '

ll,'er.a hero uf tho American Revolution who propeny before the unit day of April next. Owners or A trU cop y from; the original order. State the 1845 to, and including 1851. to :3rt'Mnin at.. Hartford, Ct. I ',1 ,. .

will be one hundred and three years old on /treats of burl* in this County are repaired to give a p B. DUMAS, Clerk,o. ST.JOMTS. co.. ed: from year 5t Stale fct., New H/ivea.Ct. .4 '

the 10th of April next, if he lives. un'fl 1 that Mnieular description of their location by Sectiou.'rcnr1Pbips F..28dal852 wit le86: acres assessed to Theresa Rodrigues. in 16a Baltimore st., Baltimore. I I '

lin '. tie entered the nttho. of and Ranges or >y what water eoorjesbended. 28. .H
army ago I. abltc JHeellnS.-Prfrate Rooms,&ttins section 37 township 19. range Pennsylvania, Washington. {
-, 'wen- ve and served for three years, wo and f'SptDtn rtQPaHbfoni the Fourteenth st. Richmond Va. -,
ia Unless taxes ,
B. CANOVA, Sheriff and ez-oll: Rooms for temporary purposes always' .
telwted to Col. Bond's regiment, and was nt TL of wl- J.IMPSON.. riffand : 84 \ st., BoEi'n. 4aa-"' ;
.... Tax Assessor sad Collector s J e. readiness: at the :Magnolia Reiteat. day Collector. I IVnlhintft.Jn
Tax !
_. ol taking ofTicotidcrogft and tho surrender &. Augustine, Jany. 24th 1659. Nov29 no48tf S.MIRANDA. jan3, 1552.: 72 Cramp s!.( New J Orleans.
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-north" -1 41 tl virtue of the power vested in me by uw l': ,, virtue of the pow-r Tested m me bylaw -
gw4i'Hoi.1iOn 01 '
t. George'iStreet.: third Monday November. !
\ i 900,000. B '
: for sale! 'before the Court House ; shall for sate before the
- The Public Squire'and one? 1NCKAICECOIQPAW1T'
I t '> .t Church. "i L November. THE JtttJTCfAI LIFE door in th. city or St. Aagllitine on the lust Mon- at Mellocville on the first Monday of JsJjr Dext,be. '

I Florida House On Treasury LaDe,'Nonh' ..ofthePublie For the of Marion, on the first Monday 'e { dar of Mir -next, 'the--oUowiag. described property I following, described tract o(land-somnch thereof 11
8 December.county .-- OF NEW YORK-iO, 5AYALLSt.. 'OMO much thereof. will par the State and as will pal the ,uxe due thereon the. State 01 0

t.\' I'I City Hotel.quire On Charlotte and Uay Street, a few For the ccanties of, Abehua and Levy, on\the sec- J'"ET Acc-mubted Fund In, Nt.'Bonds 1st and, 1849.8000LNI Mortgages,.! county taxes and the neee ary expenses. due thereon I Florida" and Couaty of Orang* for the year 1851,to., ,

: loon couth East of the Poblte'Sqaare.Plantrrt I ondMonday in December, OOO.securelrinTested for the year J Iw wit r wit ,;
, i Hotel.' Oa Charlotte Street and Treasury I' For the county of Columbia, on the third Mondayin on repl estate in this city and Brooklyn?and stocks( One lot of land within th- limits of the city ol 200 acres orlAnd assessed to Joseph .j 8a ,, .: .

: i Lam*, north of the Public Square, annexed to the December. nfth State flfd City of- New York. 'and. United. I St. Augustine bounded on the North b1. Lot of ehei in section 40.township 16 range 33 S aad & _. .}

, Florida The U.S. District Court, at St. Augustine on thl .States Government II I.FMatquisDeForgeris on the South by lot ol, Rev. on, the HallifaxRIver ., .
t "House..BOARDING HOUSCS. fret Monday in ApriL I This fund is rapidly increasing by widely extended i II Axtrll and, M d rojaud, Eat by Maria banchesI Abo,'310 acres aJRs' to the 'said Joseph ,JI '* ..,

Mitt 'F.iio. Oa t, George. Street, a few doors THE TRAVELtEU'SGtJIDC.ROUTES and prosperous business. 1 I I I cretk.and west by Rev, II- bteU'* Lot and marohof Sanchex. in see SI, tOwu.bip 17, range 34, 101id1f*
: South of. Court Horse and Public Square. The Company declared a dividend ol profits of 6f- the St. Sebastian creek.raid lot ,was returned in Sal east,-wett ofSmrna. );

G. N. Papy. Oa Bay trett, corner of Bay and FRbiTcHARLESTONFrom ty-two per cent on all existing policies on the- 31st. I 1 1851 by Michael U..nl.aDd adseasedto WiUiani II. J. SIMPSON ri' and Tax Collector; c. "' ( .4 -

Card D Lace' January, 1848. Sbadg.tt. JAn.3, r85i ,
: DOCTORS. I Ckarleiton to Few-Tort. Leaving daily at All the Profit* are divided an20n; I'f t'ntessTe1e3! and expenses are p'ij before the i

>Do:t. F. IVetden Office 'at his Dwellin g House I 31-2 o'clock r. x, By Steamer to Wilroing 180miica. i the Iiisnred. I day of tile.1l l Tax, Collector's *ale. \-,
t I' : in8ddgrStrept. By Railroad to Weldon 1C j miles.-To Petersburg The premiums are. payable in cash annually, sem- D. CANOY A, hrrifruntl ex-off. BY virtue of the power vested in me by law I. \ t" '

Voet. Jok E. Peck. Office on St.George Street. 63.-To Richmond 22.--TO Acquit Creek annually, or, quarterly, interest being added on the T.I.X Asscsror and Collcclor, .J.c. : expose for sale before the Court Hocua 'r
doors North of the Ctwrt Houae.DRUGGIST. deferred payments. doorat Mellonville on the first Monday of July '1-
: Railroad next *
7i).-By Steamer.to Washington 55.-By to Nov I, 18M ?
The cash adopted by thia. Cbmpany e- the following described "
: .. To New-York principle tract ol' land or as much ;;
I P.C Zylitra. Charlotte Baltimore 40.To PluladeluhU 92.- :nres to the parties for whose benefit' the insurances I 'T&s Collector" nle. thereof a* will pay the taxes due thereon '
Clitmitt the
and Drugget, Fare State- :
,; hours. .
miles. Time 0.0 law
8. Total distance 771 vested in by I
; Street. are effected, the whole nf the advantage, without B' virtue of the power Florida and County ?( Orange for the year..1851, t
r 'j 1 820. subjecting them to the heavy drawback of accumulated shall,expose for sale betV.re the Court to wit : r
-V-- i'. r The "Southerner" (Steamship) leaves Charleston iii'the of dt. Augustine on the lint Jjonday of .
LAWYJRS. NE. -*> premium notes. 310 'acres assessed to James Clark, in section
/ tenth after the 27th of April o'clock ? M.Thro described *&
every day PCPlnl effect insurance on their own lives May next, the following property or '
Arllery 42.
11. /Councilor at Law: --cCice on nut townJiip 1J. Range 31 south and eaatonthe. f
Lane. | XxJtl. : In CO' hOQ! Fare (Slate-Room) 82s- and the lives of olh '. A married woman can in- much thereof will pny the State am c unty taxes Hallifax River ,!.

I A; ulam. Attorney nnd Counsellor From Ckarletton to Philadelphia.-The 4 o'clock Osprey cure the life of her husband,the benefits of 'which are and the necessary expenses due thereon for the year I J. SIMPSON, Sheriffand Tax Collatoro -' -\i'
leaves Charleston other Saturday, at j
every of.herself
secured 1851. to wit
Law office Picolata bylaw for the exclusive use : Jan 3,13J
' I nt street. \ r. x.-through in 60 hours. Fare $20. dren. 2000 acres 2d rate laiii I being in It'e1U, private : :
LI \ "Gen,ge R. .F irlHJd,. Attorney and Counsellor From Ckarletton to New-Orkaut. Leaving daily 5,South, 2C, east, and Ttix -
township range Collector'Sate.
sab- I
: l4aw.Dblce.; in the Court House 136 Clergymen and all others dependent 'upon surveys ', '
3Oo'ctockL.x. S. C. Railroad Augusta .
ax By. Ties are specially invited'ro avail themselves of a resource section 39 township south range 27 east being .virtue of the power vested in me by bwlv' "
PUBLIC zcisI miles.-By Georgia Railroad to Atlanta 171.-By whereby theirsur'viviugfamihsiflny be secured l part of the JVew Switzerland tract, lying about 2$ tBY '11 expose for sale before 'the Court House '
i Pod-" ; Mac'nnd_ Western Railroad to Griffin 42.-ByS I miles from' St Augustine, in St John. county, saM duorat Mcllonville the first .Monday of July '.
Offlce. G. E. L1ambis.rost! Muti'tOtI rom.the nib openurf. next *,' .
i '"e toOpobkB-35. Railroad Montgomery land was returned in 1849 by D R Dunham, Agentof the .described ,
House. Pamphlets explanatory of principles of,Mutual following tract of land or as much -'c '.
65 -By St amer to Mobile 331.-To New-Orleans with I John L. Engle and asjessed to John L Kngle.: thereof as will the taxes due thereon the : '
I Surveyor General's Office. B. A. Putnam Surveycr 123 hoon.I Life Insurance, and illustrating its advantages pay State .
lCa Total distance 1,006 miles. Time the oflice 01 Unless tazea and expenses are paid before the day of Florid-i soil County,of Orange for the .
I g General,en Honpital Street;corn?r of Artillery Fare $39. 50. \ forms of application,may be obtaiuod at of sale. I year 1851, \ \ :A
F I I .1aneaad Hotpital Street. I the Company,35 Wall'st., or of any of its agents. town : .-. '
From Ckarleitoitto' Ma-Orleansviz Savannah, R. B. CANOVA, Slieriiramlrfx-nfl' 190 acres wwd to ElfzaScth Bunch -' I
rr LendOflce.-t.. Noda, Register of Public I TRUSTEES, I in see. ,:\, :
II 1 I : Lnnda-office in the Court Hon e.House. I daily at 9 A. M. By Steamer to Savannah_ 140miles.. Jos B Collins, > Th1itic: Colden, Tux: Assessor and Collector, s J c. Cl. township. 16- ran-.
I' 1 ; TAD,. T. Ettstell. Receiver office in Court -By Central Railroa*toXMacon and Western Railroad Wm J Hyslop, Alfred Edwards, Nov. 1. 1351. Hallifax, 'Kiver. 'II .-d'

'to Barnesville 40.-By tage to Opebka 100.- R H McCun'y, fWan Detail,-. Tax Collectors ;uc, J... SIMPSON, Sheriifand Tax Collector, o. tf, : -:/

; Tudge of Prolate.! ((0. Humphrey's Judge,,) office By Railroad to Montgomery 65By Steamer to Mobile Ered Winston, Joseph Blunt. vutuof the 'power vetcd in me by law, I jan 3. $1852 ';

I in the Court Hou*. 33 I.-To N w.Orlen"l 166.Total distance 1,032 C W Faber, Isaac.U Peimon, D' fur gale before the Court lIout'dooriDtlJe'eilyof:01t ? :
expose TUX (1f&UeCtor
Peter B. Dumat. Clerk Circuit Court, office in Ciiea.! Time 77 hours. Fire 039.50X John P Yelverton, Henry XVelLs tlle. ,
Aesusijne the first ,Monday .
," If the Court House. MISCELLANEOUS TABLE.' Thco Sedgwick, Wm Moore, on BY virtue of th power vested in m* by law, I ; 'l '
of May next, the following described propertyor !! for sale before ,
Fare-\ Time. the Court
Distances. I ook expose HOUM :"
/l. Collectorof- Zebedee
Rafael Ca'IONI. Shf'rifhnd'rn Stacy B Tolling, .
so much thereof will the State and
lice in the Court House. I To Athen, Ga.. 221 m. 87,95 N20 h."Chattanooga. John H !wift. Jon Miller, taxes the as pay due thereon for county the at Melloiivillr on the first Monday of July neitt& 1

Collector of Customs John M Hanson, officeI .- :Tenn.. 445 13.12 3k: John Wadsworth David A ComslockvRolnrt 1851 oscesaary exurnses following' d.scrbeJtrsct. of Und or so much thereof ..;:
I Planters Hotel. "(:ollimba, S. C., 130 4.00 8\ S M Cornell Shuyler, year tft wit : as will pay the taxes doe thereon the State of a. .
; A lot of Iud of St. boot
in the city Augustine.
"Cnrndf'n, S. C.. 142 4,00 9 N GoUT James Chambers Florida. and County of Orange for he 1851to ; '
Inspector of Cu.om! 'Ors Howard, office in M Wilkins
Howard Buildings, Market tquare. I "IlarnburgS.C., 136 4.00 8 John V L Pruyn Joseph Tuckerman, lot of (> 1'omir and A Masters, on the West by wit : ..' {
I. IL "Memphis Teun. 740 28.00- 1OIf'l..H 33O4 acres on the Wet 'ide. and 815acff'Son '1
Brtln'0 If. Judge U. S. Court Northern FreiKWhittlesey Grinnell, Tolomato theMouth lot of
I J i District of Fl! 'rida. offire irr the Court Hoiue. Ia | Passengers for cither of the above plsces! leave CharleVEly, Wm J Bunker, Andreu deceased street on the North Joseph the cart ritleof llalli'ax River a** *d to Peter
by alkysaid l It.
\ on aa
G. R. Fairoankt. Clerk U. S. Court office in s Charleston, daily, by S. C. Railroad at. 10 o'clock John C Cruger Eugene Dutilli, wasorri'/mally owned by the late George Bartlett Mjrantfa.b'inginm-ctioa; 39 anti 40, township 19,. '
the Court House. )l. Walter Francis S range 2.) south and east. .
f A. Joy;\ Lathrop, ? :
deceased U. R.
and assessed to Fairbanks coap-m-
Deputy Martial. George I. Ztlmbanr, office in Y virtue ot thpower vested in me by a awl Alfred Pell, J O Thnteher. big in all or less "* J, SIMPSON, Sheriff and Tax Collector,o. e". .
B two acres more ;jnn 3. 18.2 ,
J'! he Court House. I t shall expo.e for sate be'ore the Court House fcEPH B. COLLINd, PresiJtnt. Unless taxes and exponsra are paid j before she -

JUSTICES OF TilE PEACE. door at Mellonville! on the first Monday of Aujast ISAAC ABOATT, secretary.JOSEFII day,of sale.! 'I ART 'UNION PJIJVADELr -f. :
; I' .Gid, Humphrey*.office in the Court Hoirr. 'I I IGeo. next the following deFcribcd tracts of land Or so .BLUNT, Co Isllor. U. B. CANOVA,Sheriff and cx-ofT. fA. :vit

: L' Pkillipt. Notary Public office on Ray i much thereof as wU pay the taxes due ihercon the G. R. FAIRBANKS, Agent St. Augwtine Fla. Tax As*$:or and. Cotlect! <>r,, s. j. c. Incorporated- br Has? Lvsblatnre of,.- Cf .

Street a little North of the Market and nci 'door Ito I .State Florida and Co-.nty of Orange for the year Feb 16h... __ \ Nov 1,1631. > Pel.u 'lvnJ1la. ,, ; ...Irirji.
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tin! Post ol ce. n FQR THE PROMOTION OF THE .
1851, to, wit ; '- -
CITY OFFICER 75O "cm of Lind in Turabml swamp. belonjing"or ?- 1i@ it& 'mi li J Tax Collectors ftnli. .'lllrS; DBS'IJ.191t1' 2'nz _

L ,. Miy>r-Geo L. Phillips.Liurncf : tppo>ed to belong to Will G Foot. returned ST. AUGUSTINE E. F.Tlll Ip>y.virttir 0(the power vested in me tyy bw I.I lINITi D M
Andrea} by nenjiniin A .Putnaai.AUo ; I I e.uD shill expose (or safe before the f'ourt House ;(
Paul Arnau, \ hnv.undergone in the city of t. Augustin* on the first Monday of -. .' I"j :>
1 i ; E. ..* Medicis.tuC1RZUfl. 351 meres belonging or supposed to bl-Iong May next, th? following described property or .so I 4'! .4 .
Chariot T Gobert, returned by William A For IE i : Thorough Ropiurs this Ilint C., CAEET. Present. Wnxux D. Knur !
; / J. Quincey. J to much thereof os will yay the tf tate and County taxes .f--c :

ii f Clerk i>f the City Council. Char! Haftjjer. office ward.Alv. i I present nt srti&on IS FAMILIES now rcadvXfortccpption AITRArSIZ.'r and the necessary expensej) due thereon ror the I tee 'Pretidfut.. F.. H. EDWARD Mcrcnsix. Trenwrer. -'{ S ..-?!

1 at the Council rouan. t I J 100.1.acresbc'onsinjj; : or Mipposed to belon; BOARDERS Cnmpnny. have apaciousN year, l'51to'wit: GEORQE W.BcrtEB. Recording Secretary. >i. ; :.
; i Wry Martial and Clerk of the Mailet, F. P. to N. llairis, turned by,John /' ntJne. can I\30 acres 311 l rate bind assessed to Nieobs Sanchez DEWET'orrt.J1'tlidill.g See.MANAGERS 'i"' :

: ;" ( r.lfeirl. \ I I Apartments. being section! 2;' nf private surveys township J -00- .0'.
t. 1 PORT \ ARDE-$:' I I r AIn. .r;55 acres bringing or siippoif J to belong Rooms Airy; Clean, and Seat- 4, sooth! of range 29 East, beingin St.Johns Coua- : '.'

} I /'. C. ZyJttrot Charltt Jfaater1 Jo.. E. J'ornar.J \ I to the heirs of low. I tie* Itself fiirnislied Uaiidsomely ty, arijommg! lands of Estate ct Uobeit Mickler! and I J olm Sartnin. Charles l'oppanJames S. Wallace i '?, !

>J Also 9"0 acres belonging or supposed to belong Nothing \Van1Isi.The ;. E.tate 'ofEyl' Jenketi.! Charles .Mncaleater.! E. II. Butler. Henry S. Patrer j \

t I .ArCTldNEER.o. Robert Martin, returnel Dy B A Putnam I IAls f Ituuxe i is well known AS being rc' ently L'ncsstais.aud! expenses are paid befqre. the eon, :M. D., Charles! (;;. Lrbntl. William D. Lew.is. ., -.

r 'rnter1r. P. Frrr ira ant J. A. Strischa.MERCHANTS. Built, Expressly with n 'view to the nr.comodntion day .of sale \ .Joseph D. Stewart. D.. E-Iwip R. C pe'. :

'- :, 810 acres belonging or supposed to belong of Innilids ;and others, being entirely 1 R. B ('.. NQVA, Sb.'riflfund cx-off. : .FJward P. Mitehrll. John S. Hart AM., : -

I I .to John P WUillm on, returned by B A Put! built of VVooi!, with Rooms connecting, Fold- Tux A sstsir. iui-1 C.lk>ciur, s. J. c. I June. f.. CI ud.Jm. .
Bar!! ngame anJ Treamry Lane. ': |I J SIMPSON! Sheriff and Tax. Collector, o. e.I' o-ireplul'p.C, Blinds windows' '- '.'ii.iiJulIcitkr's I Erery Iriom!!>pr. for Tt-nr.18$1. ; ',1 jJ

TShrro'jght E. Carr. Wholesale and Retail dealer ; Jan. 1' S2. 1 I I Piazza Promrnnde 'I'wohundred i.It Wilt nsfor. vae'.i :'1"iCription of Fin DoLtas ,
thrttuiih.oncninjj on of Tested '
virtue th in law I
> me by' .
in fir.it quality Famil)' Groceries of al! kinds Li- :!i' Thx Collectors ,Sale. Ft-ct. Protrciion from Rains; .CoM tWiIlClti&c. .BY levied! upon and wilt exp'>ve for Fair a print uf I. '
quors&c.. No.2 East aide Charlotte Street, Northof TC Y virtue of the vested in me by low I IJU TIGTO1I.IIRls'fIXA AN'D :
power ., forming n desirable RETKEAT from "at Fort Capron on Indian; ./Kver.st. Lu<::. (01101,. HER
the Pub1ieequare. I I IUeorge House
JtS the Court "
I bhail sale before -
I expwfor confiticmcnt nt nil seasons of the; ycnr.- { (there being no Court l/c.use in said county) on the I" ClIILDItBN "
Jjurt. ''lJcaler.in Staple and Fancy Dry i doo at .Vcllonville on the first Monday of July next crarfd ly JOSEPH ANDREWS "' .
; The House is situated facing So.jth in ct'tll mIl I Ipo first Monday of May nextbetween tiN uaI hoursof Bottom.. -
Goods West side of Charlotte street, a few doors the following described tract of land or so much >ilion, and retired from oilier hale, the following!! described tracts of InntL or so AND TUB COMPANION, .;
North "Treasury Lane. I thereof, will pJYbe taxes due thereon the state D\\'ellinls'I' A of Hitntin ;:
print toiC *
.'rhe.llnuse contains 45 Rooms. much as will pay thc.State JinJ County, lax : 'IIERCl DREAM. t 4
Seth M Walctman aDa Retail denier of for the 1651,
Wholesale Florida
and Orange year
I County sewed ihereoii for Engravedly; A. H.
01 Parlor Dininir Koonis.nnd J I the ynr Ir5'viz| : s RITCHIE. AVir York. .:
?, Setting
in Dry Good*and Groceries. Grocery store on the j; to wit t Ii I l cun- Ot the choice
I 00 of Island ofauy'Irp4.f f "
t 2 arrc nn known a* t thefitowing
fif of Goods Store Ffceh being In vcnienccs in general' For Accommodation can
ground >r City Uot.I-y 6:130 acres assessed to Thom
i Island, situated in ilit l of 3r. Lucia, bounded Four Splendid -
roitntr Engraving*. ;
,, Charlotte street, opposite bees Pinkhann. i, section; 36, 39, and 42. Townslnjs 14 and 15, not be surpassed. | the North Indi-nn River Inlet the \'__' ,.
on Ly I'
Mints S. If S. Pinkkam. Dealers in Fancy rang- 32. J. SlMPsON.Pheriffand. ( The well carnod Repuntion! thin House : St. Lucia vn \_ viz : f ':
South by Intel Gilberts liar the ,
Goods, &r. opposite the Planters Hotel on Eastside Jan 3. I 852. Tax Collector. has from )'C'Rr to YeAr ncquired.jt ,will be th" I Fast by the Jil.iniic Ocean, And the West on 1.'Jonx K-ox's TKTERVIKW WITH MALT Qcccx or. :

Charlotte atreei.4Pedra TO1IMASTEIS.vos'i Proprietress, Mrs. DAVIS aim to "lIstnin, and ''Indian River n.-sesbed aga-nt Major ou F. WoodbriJgt-by Sors.Painted by Lenlzn, titrated by &r' i.'f" ,r
fienef. Dealer Groceries, ro\sionl., Sic. 2..RUTH A am Boa, Painted Jjf Rylhermel E"r
FIJI 'J.'AMI'S. for the liberal Patronage heretofore, she returns and F. M. Uobinson, residents. Unless the taxes rtl.l .. .
corner of Cana and St. Gforg? ttreet.Maxvel her thanks." i \ tv Srtahs3.MEIci3 .. ;
undersigned. Postmaster Pleasant Grove I II thereon and coats ore p-iid before the day of sale. .

k4'.,corner Crenpo.of Dealer Charlottt in.anJ Family Bridge stores street, Prova'lion" I I THE ) Co. Maryland, was the first person in The Table will be supplied with choicet i'I AU! 3J1 acre of lanl. (he same bring a part DuEA N ,PainltJ vedby 6.mtce huntington! ,Eagri-j '

-F. / Qviacy. Watch maker and Jeweler, on ''the II. S, who conceived, and nndertocU extensively Game, Oysters Turtle, Fish Duck Venison -'of a Grant of 12.000) acres male by the panhh.Government .-CU&fTIjvA An Ix CnzLaEvPaintd Ri. 11 .", : '.
Peck. t 1 to publish, tie idea of supplying all post offices with Turkeysrand Shell Fish, which"at Ihis time i to Eusebio Iaria.Gomez on the 15th ,;
of Dr.
George nearly opposite office tihgton, Engraved by Andrewi' .
Tkot. fftUjn. Retailer of Boom Shoe's, Caps cheep stamps. All stamp, made by. him are war our Rivers, and Forests abound. Two or1:' July 1818) situated in said county of St Lucia on And a copy of the \ :'';1
Hatsan.l ranted equal or superior to any othtr that can be more Hunters, sporting exclusively foe this an LlanJ lying b -tweeD Gilbert Bar and Jopirrr r" !
Goods Charlottee
I Dry east aide atreei, I PhlladcJpJla '
corner or Charlotte and Treasury Lane. j procured at the rame price, and whenever any are House. i Bar and kn iWO ns Jupiter Lisa except 8D acres lying .Art. Union Reporter ;,'11
street .
Laurence Andreu. Tailor, Charlotte street, 1 sent out in any way defective or unsatisfactory duplicates Horse, Carriages, Ponies Guns, Fishing on the west .">di- of Jupiter Narrowa belonging to A monthly! 'Qmp'1.r.! t3ining\J't'pon of the transactions -*
.near he Fort. | slull. be forwarded, on notice, without Tackles, Boats for Excursion,&c. s the Estate of F. M. K 3/orruon late deceased or so of the Institution and information on ihe ,-1" t'r=1

Jokn U.i".. Boot maker, harlotte street near I' charge. AU who order a set of stamps, WITH ciuxoIroR Very Respectfully. II much there of as will pay th: State and County taxes subject of the' Fine Arts.THROUGHOUT "' I -
the City Hotel. I DAtts. at Two Dollar only.(for thirty piect.,)- I PROPRIETRESS. Ascened thebn fur the years 1843! 1853 anJ 1851 THE WHOLBHVORLD. .f ,

Michael Nelligan--Cabinet Maker, Charlotte shall be kept in stamps adlibitum. unlefs the taxes thereon and costs are paid before the ')) \ "

.treet,bdow Teurperanee Hall. I I Address "Post Master, Pleasbt Grove, Alleghany day of eale. C. L. BRAYTON, SheriffEx. Offi.r Thert Union'of Philadelphia awanla prizes la .
J. N. B.-It is the wish of the Proprietress
Co Md. Tax Assessor and Collector. its owa cate with which original t American/ ; # ,
John Manuey. Black Smith and Gun Smith, near that the Servants attached J
--- ;i St. Lucia Co. Florida.Jan3l.l852. works of Art may be purchased in any of die '.
the North Gate of the I Collectors pin U-rrft
City. Tax Stile to the Home should be civil, .attcn-. States, at the option and selection of the wbo f
f Virtue othe veiled in by law I live, and obilgins : JkllUn i -i
power me obtain a at the '*
Billiard Table, Lowling Alley. Ora Howard,I BY !!expose for sale before the Court House CARMICMAEL AND osuuutY3DhIElGING Tax Collector* Wale. may Annual prize IW1.icl& .ct.* ',:' >
Howard, Built I inca Market f qua re. door at 3/eIlonvill on the first Monday of July MACHZNE. I virtue of Ihe power vested in me by Law lakes Dfstrlbntlon, :.:;

Bowling .J flee. Liqvort. cad Refretkmentt, by next the following described tract cf land or so underssignecl have been appointed agent By shall expose fur sale before the*Court House place day on in the Krening Year. of lht tall. weep t'h.; .* ;;

F. BridierC.jrUoiel.PkilijiGomex. much tliereof' as will paY the taxes due thereon the THE owners ofhis invention and w-uld! recommend 'at Mellonville on the first .IondayofJuIy next, the TilE EXKCUriVE every Ii

Retailer Liquors.. Refreshments, State of Florida and County of Orange for the it to Contractora, Companies. or Individuals, following described tact land or so much threof rOMUITTEB .OF TH1AItTUNION. l1

&c., Charlotte street, opposite. Bridiet's Bowling year 1851to wit : who are about doing work ot' the following description as will pay the taxes due thereon the State of p- ..

Alley.r. t ,, !I 100 acres nsaessed to Joseph M Hernandez in ,viz: I i i I Florida and. Coanty of Orauge fi>r :the 'Jtlr 1831,? When. to requester,select works of Art,without charge .-'
II STAGE : I I section 43. township 14, range 32, sooth and cast. Extensive drainage of Swamps, Marshes; and ?u- I to wit : : -FREE- compensation, from their ? )
J. SlMPaON, Sheriff and Tax Collector, o. c. Plantations. 300 acres gland !se' eu to /JcrnarJo Segui. GAfLEaY,2IocllNUr STREET
.Office*.1 1W"Tieolata. Mail Stage.I Bridier'a .City Jan. 3, 1852. gar Building Levees around Plantation or Towns, I being ia section 44, township )5 range 33,south 'or those persons in the country; who may live re1. ( -, :
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HoteI., and mite from Galleries,or public exhibitions of the :,
r- east on Hallifax River.
I' Opening Channel and removing' Bars atjhe, .
Tax way ..
Collector Half.BY ,
Fine .
Arts.Subscriptions -
I and Harlwfrs. J. SIMPSON Sheriffand Tax Collector!
1 : o.
mouth or Rivers 1 1-- c. .
CHURCHES.JTomau ., virtue of the power vested In me by law I Jan 3. 1852 / :
t CMtMic Ckwrck. North side Monumeoquare. expose for sale before the Court lIon t I Making Canab through 5wampsmur.byoandygrcnnd. of mnbeHhp.! hld be le '
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:na ,
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.1 nJZrntcopal t doorat Mrllonville on the first Monday of July next f TO L&HGfrl IITEI' nsealya4 practieaber eiriilmemSenof '5Ttarly ,
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t Cktrek. South aide- Monmrarnttquare.jPrf 1 the following described tract. of land or so much I Deepening water around WJjarvea and Piers. Valuable Tracts of Laud for aie.' zn.nStrioftha. "Rriiirter," 'w'oic will fc ,;;

1 '. Chtrek. Oa .St. Geergw street ,' thereof as will pay the taxea due. thereon the State I' $ Keeping open channel way through Lakes and Riv- rnHp: subscnber as Agent ot the*several owner ward U.'upon' the receipt-. the to foret ,

4 .South of thssquare. I Florida and County of Orange.to wit : yen; 'emo'. ; Rafts tit' kaak-n Loga/trariBf upr JL AlTers for sale some .of the.raosi,afuabk.lud_ I'JJ( thf" count .., ., money. ,' any- .part' '{..
Metkoditt Episcopal Ckurek. St. George street, '' Nine Tenths of 41,000 acres of Jnn-1 granted to' Roots' of Trees, ete. .. in East Florida, to;witi. i\t The Honorary rJ' Secretaries- will ,; '.

near Magnolia). .', HOUK i i Joseph Deletpin, oppodte .Morrata Idnm, Indiau II I pe-sons this marbin desirous of be improving be waste Lands bY ,i 800 acres valuable hammock land, Vest of Flem. .abecriptio ,or remittances mar he made glv rece'pta to .rOl" .", .
drainage CIID recommended"aa
| Hiver: doubled taxed_ from the year .1845 to and including the ingt known a's the Gibbs Lands Marion Co., ". GEORGE' W.
COUIITT only! one adapted to all the purpose "' DEWfiY, wi
TERMS OF EASTERN CIRCUIT 18S1- !j 1100 acres near the Abchua Savanna, known as

..J. OF FLORIDA. I, Unless taxes and expenses are paid before day otrale. To those who are building or repairing! Canal, or the Carey Gr nt. 210 Cht:3ntll C'trntpanding Street Secrcsgr,4. ,
Enttvo ntx. .' J. SIMPSON. Sheriff and drains it. will be found immense nlul', as U will 1400 acres in San Felasco J'ammock. ner Ne -pnansville. Philajeiphi:,. ..n

.Forthe Cyintirs of Orange tod St;Lneie, at Mel Jan. 3d, 1652 jftx Collector, o c. deepen the Canal, sadat the.tome time form an embankment known aa the L,wton Lands. t j' Frt' h Snppllev. .,' .

: lonville on ::ih 'f ,Crst Tuesday in April, and oa the or levee. Several thousand acres good and in ,the Arrci JUST rrccirpd per schr. Mary Ann from :...t

i third Tuesday, before the first Jl/ooday ,in Novun. Tax Collector' Sar.Y Tub machine is used with either horse or steam j i dondo Grant. the foll >min{ aftfclcs, %rz r r l '

ber. ineach and every year. i 1 ll I Tirtue of IP* pawer vetted in me by bw I .power which can be Increased to .any.exte-t. !I I r '7000 acres on Halifax River, South, of St..AuI Crackers, Butler, l/ird, Harm, Bacon.Cheese to '. -

Forthe com, "of Putnam,ft'Pilaika,second Toesj j I t' ii) htllexpose frrsale before the Court House j| They are now in eucceseful operation in all part of j I II I gnetine,known as the Bulow Plantation having 800 Potatoes; Onions, Teas, Sugars, flour Rico

day in April ; :, doorat Mellonville.on the,first Monday of April next ;I ;he county,and may be seen at Charleston,South-Car- 'acres of open' land suitable for cane, and cotton. Coffee, Beans Spk-es Soaps Broom "' 1''_ .'

Forthe coaa'y of Marion. ,at Oeab, fourth Monday the following described tracts of land or so much f[ olinia; Nan Yard Pensocob; and on the Canal be- And several other. bodies of hammock land on Corn, Oat, Brand Purtr V Harj .

of ApriL I : fc-*' :'* ; |i thereof win pay the taxhs due thereon the State 'I tween Galveston and San Louis. navigable waters. Air,, Brandy .
For the counties of Abehua sad j Levy,at New- ; of Florida and County of Orange for the year 1851 By application to.J.S. SEC R. Eaq.;our Agenat The.title are nadoibted. and terms low-.Apply RaisIn.Vyine. OranRcn Tumnnnd., Cocoanni*, Almnnds" .j
&c. '
.a irville, \loDd.jiraM.y.. :"' 'i l:1t'or : I i to wit : f Mobile for the States'of Alabama and Florida la GEO.K. FAIUB \NKS.Teb B. 'E.t RR ...Id'

the Cout'y of Colambia;at-"AlUgator/ theIftO j I 144 ncrea'of land being part: of a tract i>f drawing of the machine can be seen, with informatiosaatoihe 28. 1832 St. Augustin\Florida. --- r!

d Monday of May. I Clat'lte'uf ost.ete, Plt".dc. Ac. CItolceiiIquoijc.. 1 .""
j620 acres the Anton Ponco North _Preserves Id
For the counts of Nassau, at Nanun C. H. j, July! 12th 1851 Brandr, 1I01lani Gin, 1\funoophe! f.
,on. the of Smyrna Barr, doubled taxed. I RESERYI'1) EJufrli..rt mrjeaehes.. m fN'OTlCEahereb \
Vhiskey, Irish and
Wednesday befcre the fottrthMoadayin )hay. GILBERT & SECOR,New York P Limes Apptes! ,, Quinces Pin Apple! *. ..Cur Scotch do. Ale add Por- :

For the county of Duval., at Jacksonville the AIIIO, 232 acres of land on the Enut tltr.ft'i of 7 Tooth Powder, Ac. rants, Oranges, figs Strawberries. lwmtl. and ter; Chxurugntf Wine, J/adVira,,d*. Sherrr!do.l '! .' *
fourth Monday c (Mar. Lake Gof to Dominen'Acofttn roCongrei. .Wafer. Cordial Claret \VM.'I 1
'" r"uppo"cd belong to T\r. CIcTeland Tooth PowdEr._EogUfh Guava Jelly. Vermacilli. Macaroni gieet Oil, :
For the County of St. Jotn'a, at St. ..acuatiar, in section 38, township 13, nnge 1,1' JLToctabni bes.CoIbm. Water, French. Hoap, A1lDon ., Madeira Nuts Filhrits Pea Nuts,assorted .-Ittt.# Bo' F. (4R. H.

I 'ea ihe second M c oday in Jane. I doable taxed.: j Cer.iplor'80ap! Honey Soap asorteJ Perfumes.ofRbgftV ,- Candy,Rock Candy. Citron Raisins Cawia. BajRuin. ",.- *
Mill TtXX.Forthecounte Philieome Oil. Pears giTvft. to all prsoutshay i4
OiJ..toUet.Powdn fine : Congrtss Water,. Cordials, Prnn es. GiUgft _:
: ofOraBreand St. Lode, Tuesday Also, 16667-100 ,cre" of la ml onth*' east H ir"'n Water, 21liitary Shni poage Olivfs ( the Estate of Femantio '.,g!
tip Preserves spanish .Charnpaifii L'laret..Lir,
j I before the fintMbndar November. t side of Lake ('eorge in scciion 41an,1 38, supposed Srhps1, Brusbr torr'P.erfuma,.1 kt1.r11. "; quora:-FaHna' Wheaton Gnu, Sardines, Fresh. 'Faltaatnr.. "deeetse.f! e1ht'r.a! Legatee. CreJi:: If'

Forthe county of Putnirt, at !il3tka,' tat second to belong to the .elLl..te ot Richard & Also, 1ft snMntnt' & Worttfri' Salmon. Pickles,Capers S tort orotbenrtseTtnaTlheynrequired;, to prraJct .rvV'f .

Tuesday before the first Monday ef November., i ,1] Wcightman, doublcd taxed. horn's Cutlery, Fancy note and Path letter Soaps, Cratkers,ADdtnoUJ p..S1to..8pidl.Fine cat-Tobacco Fartcy' 31 the same within'two':years:frdtrf the date, herecf. ,11 !...

!,. For the county of St. JoJa.. .w:o.\. the "first, fo..ldi. <\!I I; l ; SIMPSON. Sheriff, and 'at retail by *B. E pper.1 erslEoney Dew Tobaccoj &e. at retail.'. \..,,., or'such eta I M will forever be barredT. *'' :'*i It" 4'
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1A\onmbtr. jaa 1852 CAPO AlministraioK'StAnjiwtme *
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